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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 27, 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: VID00415
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H:7UIA IUDAYTONA MAN STEALS
L MAWN ON HIS FRlENOS--WAS
MARRIED THE 12th.

p -it will perwha srprise the numer-
r m tr--ws of Dr. Nevlle H. Clark
L ,__ f tO hm that he was married during
N oreseatabsence from Daytona.
SMaw The Batmbeus (8. C.) Advocate
of a reemt date haes this to say:
[JaaTl Cupi vilsts Suamerland Inn.
U'R-p-es-=ma-_V-- from fields of Ice
S &nd LadM of Flowers unite.
-tr "Oa Wedneeday evening last, Jan.
l k, tahortly after Old Sol. in all his
IL Sbry, had crowed the horizon and
WV. jinmumed on to give day and good
oE chr to the other side of the globe,
Pa rmantic occurrence took place
!^ "% ttl he lobby of The Summeriand.
KiS M.L leasor Moe, of St.L Paul, Minn.,
and Dr. Neville H. Clark, of Daytona,
iF12. we u aietly married by Rev. W.
of11 tem, mg;-
-Ms. Moe is a trained nurse and
Owt has mamy friends and connections in
IS Uth e cold northwest, but has been
s'"-nflng the writers in Florida, and
a- ba water caasce directed her steps
"to Daytoma, Florida, where she met
her fate.
"Dr. Cark t a progressilve busi-
i14 w a of Daytona and has a boat
at"of tmd there, who will, no doubt,
info rne ad to loatr of his matrimo-
60 vWt weft=r They wete both guests
a m loe INS a" each came from n "op-
'. jret Wheter or not the
If i r -i woen 3r-e ati.- or cupid
SiIiri his caewds-well after they ar-
as- I" eWL. ent be ecertained, but one
Ib ts o ow certain, and that is that
J.r- At th are now maa and wife. Dr. and
*we ] Mu. ark will make their future
0% e IM n Daytoa, erida."
a JMra. c lark ex0-y- to return to St.
a Pd very shortly, where Dr. Clark
Pwll Jois he Is the spring and remain
: r/the summer, the couple re-
tuig to Dayto1a next fall.
w moe The Daily News Joins with a host
a jw friends in extending congratula-
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VISITORS


FILLING


DAYTONA.


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THAN AT THIS TIME IN ANY


PREVIOUS SEASON.


Daytona has already many thous-
ands of visitors with in her gates and
every train is swelling the number.
The congested condition of the side-
walks along Beach street this after-
noon was the subject of comment by
many.
The business of the postoffice is
far ahead of any previous season.
The hotels, on the average, have
many more guests than at this time
last season. Cottages and rooms
am xeaUng rapidly, and most of CQ
smaller boarding houses are well fill-
ed.
Business men generally are com-
menting on the increase of their bus-
iness over previous years and they
are wearing smiles of contentment.


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TOMORROW.


CITY COUNSEL WILL INSIST THAT NO


CRIME HAS BEEN COMMITTED


BY THE


BELLEVUE STRAT-


FORD WAITER.


PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 27-Ferdinane
Cohen, the waiter who ran away with
Miss Roberta De Janon, will be given
a further hearing tomorrow on the
charge of kidnapping.
Counsel for Cohen will insist that
under the law he has committed no
crime. It is alleged that the girl
went with him willingly, and she her-
self admitted that she alone was re-
sponsible for the affair. Police offi-

that Cbhen did not harm the girl.
Robert Buist, grandfather of Miss De
Janon, is active in the prosecution
of the waiter and has engaged able
counsel to assist in making a case
against him.


TENESSEANS TO LEAVE


fMtL JAIL T9IOMOW.


LEAGUE BACKERS HOPE TO RE- CONTEMPT SENTENCES OF FOR-
ORGANIZE DEMOCRATIC PARTY MER AGED SEHRIFF AND HIS
OF THE EMPIRE STATE. TWO COMPANIONS EXPIRE.
ALBANY, N. Y.. Jan. 27-Delegates WASHINGTON, Jan. 27-When Joh:
from nearly all of the 150 Assembly F. Shipp, former sheriff of Hamilton
d s of te st wr county, Tennessee, and his two corn-
districts of the state were present rades are released from the district
this morning at the meeting of the jail tomorrow they will depart im-
Gen-League, which was organized at mediately for their homes in Tennes-
the Saratoga conference last Septem- see, where one of them will be greet-


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TWO HUNDRED VESSELS WRECK-
ED-RIVER TIBER THREATENS


TO INUNDATE ROME.


LONDON Jan. 27-Partial returns
today from European seaports show
that fully 200 vessels, mostly small
fishing craft, have been lost in the
storm of the last forty-eight hours.
Deaths are reported in at least half
of these wrecks.
Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Germany
and Scandinavia report appalling pro-
perty destruction both inland and
on the seacoast, with great loss of
life.


The water front of Naples is flood-
ed and the quays wrecked.
The River Tiber threatens to in-
undate Rome.
Venice has suffered heavily, al-
though the tidal wave report is un-
founded.
Interior points of Spain are cut off
from communication.
Railway traffic in Denmark is bad
ly interrupted and many trains are
stalled; the passengers being with-
out food or fuel.
Many American tourists are cut off
in the snowbound Alpine villages.


TES TIMOANY


OF 6LAVIS


SENSATIONAL.


HIS KNOWLEDGE OF INTRICATE
ALASKA COAL SITUATION CON.


SIDERED PHENOMENAL.


WASHINGTON, Jan .27- Actual
sessions of the committee Investi-
gating the Ballinger-Pinchot contro-
versy will be held hereafter only
Friday and Saturdays.
L. R. Glavis, the Chief witness yes-
terday, will resume his testimony
tomorrow. Glavis' knowledge of the
intricate Alaska coal situation is con-
sidered phenomenal, and his testimo-
ny is creating a sensation.


her. The league backers hope to re- ed by a new addition to his family.
z e i p o t For the offense of contempt of cou. GERNMANS HOCH DEl KAISER
organize the Democratic party of the in failing to prevent the lynching at
Empire State along conservative lines Chattanooga of Ed Johnson, a negro fftYT BI
Its purposes are announced to be under sentence of death, whose exe- O N Ir IRSTI BIRTI
as follows caution had been stayed by the United
"To spread knowledge of funda- States supreme court, that court on CONGRATULATORY MESS
mental Democratic or liberal princi- November 15th last sentenced Sheriff
iaes. Shipp and two others to ninety days POURING IN UPON HIS M
"To stimulate interest in the Demo- in prison. The sentence was shortened' TY FROM ALL PARTS OF
cratic party organization as the best two weeks for good behavior.. Three
and most natural means of carrying others who were sentenced to sixty WORLD.
those principles into effect. clays imprisonment for complicity in
-To bring back into the party in the lynching were released from jail IBERLIN, Jan. 27-eEmperor i
_. today quietly celebrated his fifth


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POLICE AND SOLDIERS DRIVIlN
THE POOR FROM THEIR HOMU
TO SAVE THEIR LIVES-RlEPf
UGEES FLOCKING TO THE CITY&


PARIS, Jan. 27-With the theMr-
mometer below freezinfW a4-. th
Seine still rising, Paris aWoke -tofay
to what probably will prove the most
terrible day jIn he r htmry.
The indumtrial life of the ciy la
completely pded, and every s-
way, sewer and tunnel in the city t
flooded These subterranean rivlsf
have caused the collapse of scores e4
streets and buildings underminif
the entire city.
Engineers today declare that it
the waters subside immediately It
will take two years to repair the
underground damage alone.
Police and soldiers are driviaf
hundreds of poor people from thelr
homes to prevent death in collapSin
structures.
Public halls, churches and school
houses are being converted into il(-
uges for the poor.
Thousands of refugees from tb
surrounding territory are flocking to
the city searching for food, draggig
their household possessions and Cal
trying children and cripples.
The German eba tisf-oo-
todaY, snd the eftre s.-ft I -
is threatened. The water is now
over the arches of the Archeveqe,
Alma, Selferine, and St. Michi
bridges, and hundreds of boats
ned by marines arrived today to
rescue the imperilled people.
Thousands face starvation unlm
the government disregards red tag
measures and hastens seoding sp-
plies of food. The entire city wvl
be short of food in three days axIM
some railway transportation is reM
stored.
President Fallier's palace on the
Champ Elysee is flooded today, aM
water surrounds Elffel Tower.
Conditions in the suburbs are equal-
ly bad.
The loss in Paris alone, it is now
believed, will reach $200,000,000.
Food prices are rising and it is nex
pected that the government will have
to take control of food distribution.

SOUTH DAKOTA DEVILS
RUN NEWSPAPER


SIOUX FALLS, S. D., Jan. 27-South
Dakota "devils" and other subordi.
nates of the country print shops, coun-
ty-seat weeklies and the city daily
papers will have opportunity during
the next few days to give expression
to their journalistic genius. A large
portion of the editors and publishers
ot the state are the guests of Sioux
Falls today at the annual meeting of
the South Dakota Press Association,
and will remain here tomorrow. Speak


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I- |irDwa Cawnfd2hh I came an W e thl fw the at ted
X -- U l tea a em e W mo *TW s st seat upo n-a sl--M =-man to gi.e the finntahg t I
Sa -ad a s;3a o ue whic ]k aT& a ft eh have wrought out the col00
Islso Poo" a'we MWItsGa-dLm U 3v. lofcedawr
io m; e h wo evW drove a Man did al this in the laying out
,: :I e I a i ar.nLe of the streets with their wide margi
.T ....... .4 dto the "p, a of tb.-tr itMa Bhoe AUTO OWNER- ATTENTION- a of pwkage. ThIe etire ctY beo
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LAD M pow.tv sl ~n otu- er abosomb. D_ _t y tmn t u11p& uXgur l1"FUoners, n, Of rmT
Who- -_-41 eveU-N-- w eo Wer teered a hih power an- nihtoeoam' othiweS e r m4inos t ormile of drlv
i- 5 l ?S t- be dwn the br"h fretch of doa. Wirt" wOrk .o ge oe-third ways so gooa as to attract motorit
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"oorth s o bbb n t e tat rane itmems at thevu.
UomUe i .. ....... wav-wvasaed and arf-paeed sand Itim, r I M domemat from all over the Cwttpent
Lo .... ......... ...o t 8-CANI RdTnE a ET-.. .
UtK5 rUd that itrs a worldebet- r C AG A W. And as for the pavements, pave-
m r. a wld-wder. Go stand pon r T S flr FLORIDA ROADS ments that look and act like graMito
-46 eag r a this wideo stand usee tMhe
t' ths wide speedway and see the ha -where else between the eastel
iy souls flit by In Joyous mood,, and FOUND AT LAST and western seas are so many !il
Rirv "- answer whether this is not one A of Aplae U B& & Seetwere f in popOrtOn to inhabitants? The
BAK ERY the seven modern wonders. & 701at- lM pavement questions stands with tne
OFlE *The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River. an md st street as one of the chief drawing
,,ssw Wh cards. Tillos some unp heard
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f h B-I-,-i-y---a-, J, = ,,,^ ^ e r. to those. ,_-,. m,,i.:..e-, or.- eve ,ca. __ ous" '_
l- -SpiS'que sur oundh ings? NearIy a d rerin- p place reported s more and better I
mile n!de. ringe with tropical rege- T F.C & S Ntona throws down the goantlet tohe
1Latozi. arrtstie cottages with roomy world.
veI looking out upon her bosom. See Squirreis, *Flovet Birds and Fi
gamey food XLShes in countless num-1)11fjWheerons hrtmngad
.er c kosg,- as it were, to those however indifferent or even ca-,,-z
w ith rod and reel; her bosom fleck- 9CAT done may be to many things. the mer
at edwith duck ad ot a ndi# 5 snow()y- 2 c W indow, 'mention of 'flowers and Squirrels
a&Mvt ob"g ingedsea birds. which sitabout as birs andifrdit"w stendeda tiL
Iif for the sport of bobbing upon the tandisprefletearnsitedd.u
T-he En waves; watch that lubberly old a-----nd picked ears.
i--e eaded pelican pouch a ft For every visitor wi n a spare goo-
Sullet, and that fish hawk struggling I ber there is a bunny read to come
I MACS a, upward with his floundering load he | NA and accept your gifL He will sit bolt
| "B NESWTn r snatched from the water. PO E OA |-upright and knaw into the meat,
1 MAr*CSCASee the beautiful launches spick ADVERTISEMENTS f f saucy glances at you
S. and span, their hampers a.d lockers meanwhe.
hIg With refrashments both solid flows. usually fresh and bloom-
a d liqui d -ready for a cey poz in t-g the yearte utnd You are reminded,
Sbeautitl sure. Take out your fiel Dr. Juo. A. Va VanzaVph. of Goldsmith s couplet where
9136,s andr sweepw ^tw he nive frj=, S..ring spring its earlst visit I
-TOMOKA RIVER md br#de to Prl, -Amd summer's lngerin blasso
OrmcondS bide to Ponce A&rk i0 am dla. !h
1* iht lih e.then sa iw-one &aa *deltre,
| WW y jWIA* n^ ^^^ ^n g^.whether the t m~, ThWat. L^s d4 n-r treated! wdly^
aftl af snt a iai of beaty a'd b ty &e lectr*-Th r-VarstU y MedAd. In one yard roses of varisated hues
Ua Moy foraemeM and oe of the modern o "^, 4I1*.. r- vvzh predominate; another household has
MAMMA% l Sjtm10 l* -f-t a penchant for the poincetta and the
us lta ML ivJDVQ> c.B onders. lw^ appo(nnma-rn. ..
premises are aflame; another is hid-
The Enchantingly Pkturesque Rifte-, --- den in a jungle of tall cane. Vari
_______________________ oOdIs is the spice of life and here is where
la E Ridgewood areaue is upon the ces DR.. H HOUGHTON you tind it-
XLA LM B ... CK o of a broad ridge. straight as the crow F nts The birds flit in, and with their
Lama r MI e and the wie peadixg branches -entSt ijoyous note help to giTe fullam ii
S ao the bavy-tirwked lre oasks ex- C* n Nit Pek Bkoek 0 and symmetry to the picture .
48611W afta be Wes at t od their gaxta a wrn s the m a ,i PWO"M Wt A d Soath Brsdge As for &nuits, choice citrus f mis.
aifkeuat rista. foroug an arch, and EUiytona yields the palm to none f
frm t bw exteoded au- great fes-:1 quality and quantity per acre. There
toof ofgoa, s 24 Myas he are score of citrus groves in prox
ST. _T trade winds from the tropic seas OSTEOPATHY imty to the city, branches bending ;
XL f. HtAA GR hem IA3kig straight ahead IfY DI J.LC. .am o the earth with their burdwA of
HAVANA CIGARS Cinaead u awu~-rAT U tmro
A downA this whae shell street one has!g "CskT.atKisT. iL luscious golde globes which for
B 1 s- & fa jitk T 3L V*=fi M* ft he ._ = p es* a a fa .iL.. patt^ ^K f. '.* ^ I* IT -> with % r
f --- --ca Sm AM j HIM ri j i^ isipre~-oa cs a ra~y pa*^ wi~:A Lo X r'MY^ C^A--< 3 elfs^ drip&e ^H^^^^^^^^^^**gt: az~i d tien :o~ the left you s 9x g boe* in t&^.ek =c^c~ct __.**W -.^ T^*.* ^ T '^ 5,- -. ." *


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ORMOND, FLA.
Frank Mason, Prop.
Rates: NA0 and IMO
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OBMOND9 FLA.
ManufNoturer of
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S1UAVA JELLY
MARMALADE AND
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ORMOND, FLA.
Fine Groceries
Vegetables Fruits
P..It and Smoked
MEATS

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Grapefruit -
Best Grown
Grov" on t. Augus-
tine Automobile
Round 10 Miles
North of
HOTEL ORMOND
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g QIWD sA vge miles north of I
'Aftytoa, Wated on the western
bank of tm Halifax River. The lo-'
ctio of the tows permits of good
drainage and perfect sanitation; the
elevatio s superb sad ideal for
winter homes. A wide .bridge con.
Sects Ormomd with Ormosd Beach I
Manay gioe re"dences are main..
taiad on either aide of the river,I
most of them embellished with sub-;
tr-pica flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit!
.trees. .
The town is very cosu-politan,
Shas an excellent graded school, sev- i
eral chtuihes, a fine public library, 1
up-to-date places of business andi
comfortable and convenient hotels
and boarding houses.
Ormond has many of the Florida
attrwtionm fine fruit, good -fishing,
excellent -utomobiling. 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-
ca icu a position overlooking the
SHalifax River, while the latter has as
itsoutlook the magnificent beach and
the broad Atlantic.
The walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
bors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
rustic seats which are mute invita-
tions to enter into the enjoyment
thereof.
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-
riage or autonobile-long drives and
shot drives; drives through groves
of golden oiaiges; 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 it-tintg planta-
tions is Number Nine, located on the
peninsula, five miles north of the
Hotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
orange grove, together with great va-
rieties of other sub-tropical fruits
and flowers.
Five miles further on you come to
Moundgrove, one of the finest orange
groves in this section of Florida.
Moundgrove is oq 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.
PATTiP? AND ROOMS TO LET-
IJI/IAILN Furnished; Modern Im-
11VUw provenients; on River
Front or 81id Streets. R*nts Renaonable.
Write to W. F. COLBY at Ormond.


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OALL ON
Ot WRITE TO

'Ac.


ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAT
INTERBSTXD
IN PROPERTY IN
ORMOND OR
ORMOND BEAOH
He Will Give Ygur
Business Prompt
Attention


MILDRED LODE
(Formerly Mildred
Vilfla)
On River Front
ORMOND, FLA.
A First Class Mod-
ern House; Rooms
Single or En Suite;
with or without..
Private Bath. Ser-
vice and Cuisine
Unexcelled. ....
A. L. WATSON
Propr.
lo.

COOK'S 6ROVE

On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
I South of Ormond


One of
Groves
County


the Finest


i,


v A1.5A VAJaJ
WELCOME

THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are produced at

"NBER NINE"
Their Reputation
is Established. No
QCmrmnt is Really
Necessary.


PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE J


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
(Inc.)
OWNER of the BEST
River Front
PROPERTY
IN PORT ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands
Sce...
L. F. OATES. Sec.,
Dos ytona, or
W. C. OWES, Agt
Port Orange.


PORT ORANGE is a pretty little
village situated five miles south of
Daytona on the Daytona-New Smyrna
hard-surface road, the scenic highway
of the East Coast. The town is lo-
cated on the Halifax River, over
which spans a bridge from the town
to the peninsula opposite.
The town is well laid out and has
many pretty homes owned and occu-
pied by residents and winter tourists.
Tt has several churches, one of the
best graded schools in Volusia
county, two general stores, a real
estate agency and two or three hotels.
A 1-nf -_l. j f n 4 tfr<.l4 nntr


PORT ORANGE'
BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
(Convenient to Auto-
/noblle Rn.<',_cours,
und Bridge .
Apply to
WM. C. HOWES
Agent
Port Orange, Fla.


VOLUSIA
COUNTY
BANK


CapallO.O

A. D. MCBRIDE
preddent
J. B. CONRAD
Vice President
I. A. WOOD
Oashier

G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drugs, Stationery,
Huyler's Candies,
Iooqfs, Cigars
I DULAND, FLA.


Ij. W. PERKINS


Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


Will Practice in
State and
Federal
Courts

DuLAND, FLA.


nVolsia s. D. HAYNES
Grocer
DULAND, FLA.


I "We Speak for
Your Trade."


LANDIS & FiSH
Attorneys at Law
Practicing in all
State and Federal
Courts
Special facilities for
investigating and
perfecting titles
DKLAND, FLA.


STEWART & BLY
Isaac A. Stewart
Egford BIy
Mary Stewart
Attorneys at'Law
and Notaries Publico
DULAND, FLA.


"FOUNTAIN'S"
DuLAND, FLA.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
GROVES
TIMBER or
TRUCK
LAND
Send for Bargain
Sheet to
TUC P-IIfll


DELAND, thw __ !*t* 1
Volsia Cowty,
Ia It-rad 23 all- ws &wi at
40 is 116 of .-
1s0 s ity by s m to b' a m Ja m IL



seed ,mmeu d i a




are over $W8O00 in anmd

ment; a Carnegie Library alone eiD
vacating an in.esuet in building.
t endowmentad books, of mo e tha
$1s000. The Ubivnty, s the Uitd.
Sta tes Ctio antl imtitoti fo the
Soeth. Umssa of th iatera .{a
mauties educatiottal DSL-ad is kmw




State t of Flord and coa."s ever
Stetson University haa a isealty of




5,0 p00fors al d inscic ll Thme
arof the newest of 16 building andwith
eqits frnipmait; nearly $3,l00a endowutlay
f$60me00t; a Carnegie Library alosOne rOfp-
thresenting an iful'cot in building
endowment and bookh., of more than
$120The city has population the United




3,500,with a thickly stted,--u&I
adi-eent. e nd r p s isfive
=jig* cast of the St..Johns River, on
States Co urouit eporiltory lador the
State of Florida, and contains ver
15,000 volumes. Science Hall, cae





of the newest of 16 building, with
cropits fromihigs, reprevit an overutlay
30of $60j000 Elizabesthis year. is one of
peahe most beautiful clJapan buildsmingso






plums, pecans, guavas, str.awberie
and other fruits are grown in plenty.
In the way of public i o.uth.t
arThe mcitany mihales a population of about
3S, wiexcellenth a thickly settledctric lights
adjacent. lDeLand proper is five






miles east of water St Johns Rirthat is onw
thand operated by throwing pe city, supplyingof the
The purest water atig products aret.
oranges and grapefruit. te estify thated
Deandop from this vicinity behurch-going overmmu-
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,





nity.peaches, peartists, Episcopalians, Meth-mons,
odistplums, peans, guavad, strawberrin, Pes





byterians,% histians and Catholics,
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
and other fruits are grown in plenty.nted.
In the way of public imjpov..u-j~ts
are many miles of fine shell roads, an-
excellent high school, electric lights,




a sysThe graded school offerrks that is aowden
eand operated by the city, supplyingch





it occupies is newly fnrn'-heA
the purest water andt ittls one otmost
commo0ie houses of worst equip testify thatd pub-
DeLandic sch is a churhe State.going commu





The trip from Dayton& .to D~n
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth-tle
odists (Northern ,and Southern), Presny
pbyterians, Christians and Caftholics,
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
The graded school offers a ten
years' course, and the building which
it occupies is newly fisn cresed
throughout, and is one of the most
commntious 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
oeLeon Springs, ie ista historic
spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
bubble from thq earth every minute.
From DeLand automobiles go south
to Osteen,, 18 miles, on shell and
marl roads; the St. Johns is crossed by
ferry near Osteen and cars can then
continue to Sanford and Orlando by
hard road. There is a shell road
from DeLand to Orange City, five
miles, and a good road from DeLand
to Lake Helen, a like distance.


BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO.
Manufacturers
Light Granite, Buff, Red an4


NWlaRus
sl6 I ire1k
lift D


BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
ManuBsurers m
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES

Is MeflWN
SMOULDImS


WhitEbalU Winawt
l Dorado Plsser

Bn d sand It k
DiLAND, LA.


ALLEN'S
Next to Psotoas"
DRUGGISTS
JEWRlW RS
DuLANDPFLA.


A.I VfAL'
The
Leaading
GROCER
DuLAND, FLA.

L A.
ERICKSON
*cfa
Largeet Bet>B a
10100068f aMTtol
S.WiataoOam
South b ciJosviD.
DILAND, FLA.

Florida Wagoe
Works nad
Machine
SWFI' HODOlt

I Manufacturer of
Buggteaand Bre


SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSURANCE
AGENCY
DELAND, FLA,.
SILAS B. WRIGHT
Manngo.r
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god'a to box buyers we shade
[... o ,o.w o
|e price Oxtremely low. We have a
SuruprSlnfgly good cigar for a nickel.
I DRUGSTORE
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leavesM Hau'Dni

Store at 9:00 a..


every day.


DAYTONA AUTO TRANSIT


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COLONEL SWOPE'S GIFTS TO KANSAS CITY;


PHYSICIAN OF LATE MTLLTTONAIRE.


TO AMANL M
O Doai Io *or me 'rn ti OW t r drm r-se wand bet
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'f not It my be quesrdoned whether e
Sft u lov and respect your wife.
A If you oake ft your business to
Syow- -r m otber-in-law Inin the
Me Oft your wife the first thing
Stknow you wj lose the respect
S t Iw ot e f your wife. .
SLAd you o U ght to lose it.
E SoM. the shafts of wit and Caf
SbYOeU level at your wife's mother
R%% tl Mie heart of ber daugh-
MW maytot Iemsent it in speech.
B ya Ing ot the mother


too' much of a gentleman
6w open.iItk-sm.Uf rouare at heart'
Saf ft our wife's atten.onis to
S 1ShwU l. you cannot bide t.
&aM you wife wll think the less of
oft o your narrowness and vanity.
W.et m wt of woman would your
V &be if whn she married you she
4 tumu bet" back on her own fam-
|p" aut bar?
oS- m Wet tUm the very qua u paes -
q111 mo wt" anOne of the most spnSytiatl stories ot attempt at wbulesale murder of recent yearp Is that toad iu couuectio
4 hr o' Si twhe ti ey qIusl- with the deaths of Colonel Thomas EL Swope, the millionaire philanthropist of Kansas City. Mo.. and Chrlstai
h-- *Im ee rbel to yoo? e Swope6, hiS nephew. Colonel Swope died Oct. l and his nephew, a beneficiary under his will. died soon thereafter.
htoOif le eoow precisely se Several members of the Swope family, also beneficiaries under the will. became mysteriously ill and had narrow
S 9 Vb- your ou you ae 'so- escapes from death. Dr. B. Hyde. who signed the death certificates of Colonel wope and Chrisman Slwope. i
Sview r ht may the huMban of a nlete of the millionaire and inherited $175.000. Colonel wope. was considered the most public spir-
l St Mmi U ifted citizen of Kansas City. He gave to the city 1 350 acres of land for a public park. now known as Swope park.
il O He also made other public donations among them the land occupied by th splendid uew genral h hospital of K(au
V bdidae to the wora~n who bore m
b M fft 3.Be Awd minded a&W gen-
lM &-Fw U amdmt= udlL
it-~ nls nosbru~e' a niece of Mrs. Baggett. breeze, and as regularly receivs
Pt b~ aNR yOU do. AndEdward Benedict, one of the old- warm welcome fram her friends.
ym. a u and rllyingI s la,' The cement and brick foundation
soft& u t~l woman you have PPE st settlers of Ida county, Iowa, a nteAmtogctaei
~hm b4 he omn yu hveon the Armstrong cottage is about
u g Nureasme that you are big neighbor and friend of C. P. Lund completed. The lumber, or much fl
g-ftomb am will worship you In some forty years ago, is in Seabreeze it ; now on the ground and the car
% INM .with his granddaughter and house- penters will begin work under L. Z.
kwM, y oweetthe mother of your keeper. Mr. Benedict is a wealthy Burdick, contractor, Monday morn-
Wft a KIns debt of gratitude. If stock raiser and is stopping here for ing.
3 W i.f Is ympatbetIc and helpful
U a agood Wuse'k.eer she gets these SEABREEZE, Jan. 27-A reception a short visit with Mr. Lund.
~mU~m fromn her mother, who more wfll be held at the beautiful new The little reading room at Sea-
ohrmade ber wbat bIt'f adNiii erg ei breeze is being well patronized andi
Oh Ome of Mr .and Mrs. George Lewis the promoters are very much pleased
t*mother-tn-law Joke Is silly. CFarrell tomorrow, from 4 to 5 p. n. at the prospect of receiving a number Doingsfl
",d lmthe -maw criticism Is nn- Mrs. Farrell and mother, Mrs. Mc cf duplicate copies from the Daytona at Daytona
oIy,-eand the mother-in-law hatred !Gregor, the hostesses, will open the library.
1"a R L season at Seabreeze with a brilliant Rev. Geo. B. Waldron, the Daily Beach
.No chv alui man will ever permit social function. News correspondent at Ormond, was,
~ to act or feel other than as a Mrs. L. J. Frances, of Chicago, ar- in town Saturday with a party of
Snot a son.-toward the rived last week and joined her moth- friends. DAYTONA BEACH, Jan. 27 -
lbe fther t womansuwhom he loves.
er, Mrs. W. Foster Burns, at the Prof Homer Wakefield has just re- city council have decided to put in
In the Uited Stan. are Burgman home. ceived from W. M. Halloway, State nine lamps for the better lighting of
to ms M hmefM n aw sv It In 1Mr- and A m Vhq(,Ot t w.zh,,bin ,h- .. -- 1L


A prfefrct and mo qm!skaItKw 4
aind Statbmmry0


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PAYTN
;AR Y


LF REFINING a
LF REFINING


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'Pbs MeT. "70r


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invested brings


AnnuHy.


LMAN S. DAYTON


Duggins designed her visit as a sur-
prise, but as she had to inquire for
the house, never having been here
before, she was recognized before she
reached the front door. The visit is
none the less appreciated however.
Harry A. Horn was in DeLand on
legal business the first part of the
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Reese and son, of PQ-
oria, Ill.,, arrived last week iAd are
at the Seaside Inn, They are friends
of Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield and made
the trip south with Mrs. Duggins.
Misses Florence Davis and Jose-
phine Work, who were visiting with
Miss Mattle Yelvington last week, re-
turned to Palatka on Monday.
Miss E. Thompson, of Boston, Mass.,
has leased the Surf Crest at Daytona
Beach for the season, for boarding
house purposes. She has had twelve
years 'experience, is proprietor of the
Bemaken, at Kemberna, Mass., and Is
prepared to cater to Northern viit-
oro.
Ernest Jbhinson, who is suffering
from an attack of appendicitis, was
suffering a good deal of pain when
last heard from Wednesday.
Mrs. Sarah Manahan and Mrs. Mary
M. Bond, of Crown Point, Ind., recent


arrivals at Daytona Beach, have ta-
ken rooms at the Wilcox house on
Seabreeze avenue,
Thomas Keathg is having his riv-
er lot on Valley street grubbed and
set to Italian rye.
Mr. Griffin, who came here a short
time ago from Ohio, will spend the
winter at Pinehurst.
Misses Leona and Jennie Eagerton.


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BAI


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the former sof0
onue of tUe -
both &and =
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on or addiem,
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SINCE GEORGE


XI


& Iolryd, Proprietors


SDAYTONA, FLORIDA


- d-vetd onSiice Last Season.
1U1 Gruads-Located on River Front


Concert Twice Daily


I *NN TW E aBsSOL, Asb"ry Park, N. J.

..tio leaves Prince George dock for
H3TS inoeiM at 8:00 o'clock.


, -HAM/ILTON


-New and First-Class.


6TTONL9


- FLORIDA.


M Icr Lights


Electric Bells


Room with or without Baths.


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


HE


PINES


st '--point on Ridgewood avenue. Large.
mModates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
ift furnace heat, private bath. New and
Btos MRS- J. R HINSKY, Proprietress.


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IV SEASIDE INN
ANMD F RMSD COTTAGES
Romsihkew and Comfortable. Directly on
Ba--u-g and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
SOCACE F. STEWART
wml. -LRIA.


E IVY LANE INN"
inttdtStotbe *=ot particular people. Central location.
MKMWii atm W@o Wek. from the clubs, bank, post office,
W Pisse m(JO perday-3OD anad higher per week.
Opm Nvobcr to May.
Wm. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.
---'.1000--- -MWIWIMI- 'j^


so


lofatfod Conn,. arrived dB&
04yad are seamsonwgasts at
IU upland/

S.T. Browning, who is making
bb headquarters at The Despland,
reltred yesterday from two week's
fishig trip to Eau Gallie.
-New guests at the Princess Issena
I are: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Davis,
Philadelphia; Mrs. W. Edwards and
child, Mrs. B. C. Turner, Mrs. 0. F.
Noel, Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. J. D.
Davidson, Presno, Cal.

New guests at the Seaside Inn are:
Dr. and Mrs. Burns, Evanston, Ill.;
E. G. Hamlin, Owesso, Mich.; U. G.
Baumgardner and wife, Louisville;
Edwin Petrey and wife, Patterson, N.
J.; Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Herndon, Tar-
Pon Springs; Mrs. H. Holmes, Jack-
sonville; Miss Irene Wilson, Cincin-
nati.


Yesterday's arrivals at The Des-
pland included H. H. Scofield, Ro-
chester, N. Y.; C. A. Hurd, Beverly,
Mass.; J. M. Boyajoin, New York;
H. W. Novagon, New Castle, Pa.; R.
W. Kennedy, Lexington, Ky.; J. T.
Klinge, La Crosse, Wis.; Ira See-
bacher, New York; R. WV. McCarthy
and wife, Chicago; Otto L. Kscheak,
New York.


Recent arrivals at The Pines
A. G. Woodruff and wife, Short
N. J.; Geo. P. Bassett and wife,
ton, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Philip


are:
Hill,
Day-
Kna-


ter, Frankfort, Ill.; Leo C. Stone,
Wacoma, Iowa; A. T. Derry, St. Aug-
ustine; M. H. Brown and wife,
Cooperstown, N. Y.; Mrs. W. C.
Henks, Rome, N. Y.; J. K. Walker
and wife, Holland Point, N. Y.

The following are Wednesday's ar-
rivals at The Ridgewood: Mr. and
Mrs. P. H. Gilbert, St. Paul; 0. S.
Jordan, Jacksonville; F. A. Daugh-
erty, Geo. F. Driscoll, Thos. A.
Clarke, E. J. Bilford, Brooklyn; D.
Elderb and wife, Mrs. J. A. Duryea,
New York; T. B. Walker, Cole Dan-
ley, L. & N., Jacksonville; Reube4
Small, Honesdale, Pa.; Dr. C. PAF
vester, Boston; Mrs. E. C. Dodgi
Boonville, N. Y.; Mrs. A. C. House,
New York, and the following promi-
nent party from La Crosse, Wis., Mr.
and Mrs. B. E. Edwards, Miss Ed-
wards, R. E. Osborne, WV. L. Osborne.

On Tuesday evening the guests of
The Ridgewood were entertained with
a progressive "500" party of nlne,
tables. The first ladies' prize, a sou-
venir spoon of Daytona, was won by
Miss Woodruff. The second ladies'
prize, a Sepia picture, was won by
Mrs. Remey. The third ladies' prize
a hand painted alligator bag, given
by Daniel Lees for which the ladies
were permitted to draw, war won by
Mrs. Hansberg, the lucky number
being 13. Later fruit punch was
served. All report it the most en-
joyable event of the season.


MUCH INTEREST SHOWN
IN LYMAN'S DINNER


SETS.


Much interest continues to be man-
ifested in the Wednesday distribu-
tion, at L. G. Lyman's, of a hand dec-
orated china dinner sets.
To receive this dinner set, which
Is given absolutely free to cus-
tomers, it is necessary to be at the
store at 3:30 o'clock, Wednesday af-
ternoon, and the past Wednesday
_-__ A _^j nA~ra


I


I lAm s,



TODAY THE SIXTIETH ANNIVERS-.
ARY OF THE BIRTH OF SAMUEL
GOMPERS, PRESIDENT OF THE
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LA-


BOR.


WASHINGTON, Jan. 27-Congratula-
tory letters and telegrams sufficient
to fill a bushel basket poured in to-
day upon President Samuel Gompers
of the American Federation of Labor
to remind him of his sixtieth birth-
day. On the desk of the noted labor
leader was a bunch of sixty roses,
which was a birthday reminder from
the clerical force of the Federation
Headquarters. A majority of the prom-


EOThL
,~ s.d.
p


Seminole
West Pat Beach
D. C. IAGAND. Por.


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flmOF 73....hotor e so b
C&I" is aw. s Ie fe Ab.VW"mlad
son& rawy e* kg.do attPb& bibs' Ip
-aef. a 8bmbS b Ro X-"m a
DiW did, r.Art~dheb& SMPMMRAT ml w


inent labor organizations of the Unit- -.
ed States and Canada sent messages
of greeting and even the British
Trades Union cabled congratulations.
Though Mr. Gompers is one of the
pioneers in the labor movement in
the United States and has been con- -
nected with it from boyhood, he is
Iot a native of this country. He was 0 |
born near London, Jan. 27, 1850, and AA
at the age of ten years he was put
to work in a' cigar factory. In 1863,
when 13 years of age, he came to the an
United States with his parents. He
had been in America little more than
national Union was formed and no age L
limit appearing he became a member. B
Although the organization now num-
bers many thousand members and
each member counts his membership
in numerical order, Mr. Gompe'rs
membership due card is No. 1.
A call was issued in 1881 by trade
unionists from Chicago and the East
calling for a meeting in Terre Haute.
Ind., in September. Mr. Gompers
was among the sixty delegates who at-
tended. At this meeting a general
call was issued to all labor organiza- F TAN
tions of the country to meet in Pitts-
buL, Nov. 15, 1881. More thah 150 R T
ias tfes were present. This meeting .
elected Mr. Gompers first vice pres-
ident, and later the chairman of the th la
legislative committee. In 1883 he S Of the best land in Florida,
was elected president of the body,
then styled the Federation of Or- some cleared and hie "Ak m e
ganized Trade and Labor Unions of s
the United States and Canada. At covered with maicent
I'LX^s^^n~ev~d |covered with magnificient
a meeting of this body in Cleveland
in 1887 a new similar organization wagrowth of hickory, cedar and
also In session. Committees were ap-
pointed to confer with each other from r w o ho c an
the two meetings, with the result that pine, situated within one mile
the two joined hands and formed t
the American Federation of Labor, of the largest grove in the
electing Mr .Gompers president bya a ra ,
unanimous vote. the State, reached by train,
Mr. Gompers has filled the office
president of the American Federa- automobile or boat
tion of Labor ever since, with the
exception of the year 1894, when the
socialist element in the trade union
movement brought about his defeat.
The convention of 1895 re-elected him For Sale at a little over
by acclamation and has done so year
after year since.

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S-^ I wastd to apeak tond y; but.
SImao g you tvoa't a phas to your
lam coudn'lt. Now rwe got yru
h W o ywbat I want'
-a a3ewsy.s
mThe enemy has got hold of some
What enemy?
0c. ywo know--the galoot we were
about th t fie Is
Sdog to. try to make a break between
S and Nell. I want you as my best
hl *=-in my "beat man. Ibope-to
Id him off/.
"You mean Bert Tburhton. of
courser*
I Certainly."
S "Well. what are bis points?'
"In the first place, he's got bold of
the fact that Flint & Latham are
pressing me for a bill of $500 for
clothes."
"Hold on a minute. I'm called away.
I'll be back in a second. Hold the
wire."
In a few minutes be returned and
told me to repeat what I had said. I
repeated it. and when 1 had finished
he told me to go on.
"The next thing the scoundrel has
got hold of Is that I have been en-
gaged three times previous to my en-
gagement to Nell."
"I didn't get that."
"He knows I've been engaged three
times before my present engagement."
"How many times?'
"Three-three times-t-h-r-e-e."
"All right. Anything else?"
"'He knows I play poker."
"Didn't hear that. Repeat."
"He knows I play poker and some-
times for big stakes."
"What Is it you play?"
"Poker."
"Spell it"
"P-o-k-e-r!"
"All right. Anything else?"
"Nothing, except the thrashing I
gave him."
There was no reply to this. and I
asked, "Did you get it?'
"Yes, I got that You needn't re-
peat."
I heard a woman's voice ask "What
is itr In a whisper. The connection
was perfect or I would not have heard.
I got an idea that something was
wrong. Any movement about an In-
strument produces a clicking, and-4.
heard what made me believe there
was a struggle for the receiver at the
other end.
"Is your sister In the room?" 1
asked.
"Y'e's."
"Give her the receiver."
"What is it?' In a woman's voice.
It flashed upon me that all this was
a plan to trap me. I had been talking
to my enemy, who bad been with my
fiancee. Doubtless she had asked him
to call me up on the phone, and I bad
given myself away before she had got
the receiver.
"Is that you, Mary Greenwood?"
"Y-e-s," hesitatingly.


0& *t.

. b ^^ a sUl an

Vem aat tnf "ioff
W aft fm "a" e at oath caU.
^" btf-t w*n the awth of
tu WpOee, Wa aL y e of the
slag to bom f am num oc Tat
they woubn mMe
lMh Kate Van Guas. mck ws then
the belle o tf tow, uand two t, the
city "blood" Derrick Sebsrmurbogm
and Bee=km Van Corier. were u-
Pfrtant tor her hand. A few evalns
before the lIt ot January they bap.
pened to mt In MlN Van Gaas
ba ks parlr, meck bhopn for a favor-
able answer to hin suit.
"I desIre," sai t lady, "for a hus-
band one who wfl join with me oIn a
SUceuful socie career. You two
each take a notebook with you when
you call on New Year's day and have
every lady you call upon enter her
name in It. Begin calling at 10 o'clock
In the morning, ending your rounds
here at 5 In the evening. He who can
show the largest number of signatures
shall have preference over the other."
Now. it was not that the lady had no
preference. She had a very strong
preference for Derrick Schermerhorn.
But at times a woman moves like a
crab, backward-that is. when she is
expected to go forward she proceeds In
the opposite direction. This. however.
will be recognized at the end of the
story. At 10 o'clock on New Year's
morning the two suitors, dressed in
the height of the then fashion and each
with a big bouquet in bis buttonhole.
started to make the rounds of their
lady friends. Derrick, who from the
fact that his father was a rich brewer
was popular, had been able to make
the larger list. Beekman relied this
and had great fears that his own list
would be exhausted before the limit
of time had elapsed. However, he
could do only what he could and ac-
cept defeat, if it came, like a man.
The first call Derrick made was on
Miss Van Horn. After a few remarks
he was bowing himself out when the


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ilkyji pem left mand corn,.
eOu by Commander Peary
l pe.. The iaauilar pio"M were left by hihu
m at the tiNe moN gorteuvly bodies of land in t le


No Place


ona


I t wn ch to spread the winter
i X Daytoa is known the
.as the Prediest Resort in
Id he Beauty of the City is as
Af nhe Universe left ItL


50,000.00


"I've been telling George that Bert
Thurston claims to have a lot of
charges against me, all of them
groundless, except one. with which to
effect a break between me and Nellie


Clement."
"That's very mean. What's
charge you admit?"
"Giving Bert ai thrashing."
"A what?"
"A thrashing t-h-r-a-s-h-i-n-g.
you get It?"
"'Yes. AWhat did you thrash
for?"


the-


Do


him


"Speaking disrespectfully of Nellie.
That was before he had been Intro-
duced to her and before he began to
want her himself."
"You don't mean it.!"
"I do."
"But these charges, especially about
your being engaged three times before
DroDOsing to Nellie Clement. do you


, 100,000.00

Total, $250,000.00


lady reminded him that It was not
complimentary that he should hurry
and he must have some refreshment.
He waited half an hour for the re-
freshment to be served, then, after
partaking of It, got away as soon as
possible. At his second call the lady
Insisted on reading to him from her fa-
vorite book. and he found it impossible
to leave her under three-quarters of an
hour. Even then she reproached him.
The third call was made with a similar
delay. After this came a number of
,tt which were completed with dis-
patch. And so passed the day. About
one in three of those he called on de-
layed him.
Now, It happened that about 4 o'clock
In the afternoon the two suitors met
at the house of Vanderpole Ten Eyck,
a manufacturer of calico, in King
street. There were a number of girls
In the party, and they had heard that
a contest was on between the young
men as to who would make the most
calls. A bevy surrounded each of
the contestants, testing him to reveal
his score. Both refused. Then one of
the girls snatched Beekman's note-
book from his pocket and ran away
with it. Having examined it. she sang
out:
"Thirty-two calls!"
This was sad news to Derrick, who
knew that he had made only twenty-
eight. It was half past 4. and even If
Beekman made no more visits Derrick
must make five more to beat him. He
started to go, but the mischievous girls
locked the front door. But a rear door
was open, and he plunged through it.
followed closely by his opponent. This
door led through a passageway uniting
the dwelling with the print works.
The two men rushed through this pas-
sageway and found themselves mov-
ing on a raised platform on either side
of which, their upper edges rising
some twelve inches above it. were dye
vats. *A brilliant Idea occurred to Der-
rick. Lessening his pace, he permitted
Beekman to overtake him and gave
him a push. Beekman's heels caught
against the projection of a dye vat,
*,A ha &A-II into It iwtchinf With his


Water.


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We admit it frankly the Merchats Buab want your usim.


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can assure you that in return for your business, tib bak met e*y earS a srvike
wbich we believe almost perfect, but qUested security for every ler arm t.
ed to our care.
In cold, nrm n figures, here is our uarantee to every depositor rearJd-
less of the amount be may have in this hbank.


Capital


Surplus and Profits


Stockholders Liability


$250.000.


That amount stands between your deposit and


any possible loss.


We repeat:


This bank wants your business.


Merchants Bank


(Branch of Volusia Counly Bank)


A. D. McBRIDE, President
J. B. CONRAD, Vioo-Presidt
F. N. CONRAD. Casir


Daytoua, Florida


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**Lost-Cover iron for automobile.
Pieae return to Daily News. 24-3t.
Messrs F. N. Conrad, E. F. Oates
and Dr. E. L. Potter were visitors to
DeLand yesterday.

*Phone 28 will call for your clean-
ing and pressing 0. S. Burnett. tf

M. Leidreadorf, resident agent for
the Howe & Currier land interests
at Indian Springs and Lake Ashby,
was in Daytona from New Smyrna to-
day.

*LOST-Elk tooth charm. Liberal
reward for return to Daily News of-
fice. 27-3t

The Atlantic Motor Car company
yestreday sold two "30"Cadillac tour-
ing cars. Mrs. R. W. Whinfield, of
Seabreeze, purchased one, and a Mr.
Donald of Daytona Beach, the other.
t
**BUICK, 5 passenger, 22 h. p.,
automobile for sale cheap; top, 2
new Goodrich tires, 2 extra tires,
speedometer; in good running order.
Price $400. F. H. MESSER,
27-1t Hawks Park, Fla.

Hon. J. Lee McCrory, county Judge,
was in Daytona today looking after
those who failed to pay their State
and County license taxes.


BASKET BALL EXHIBITION


|GAME ELL PATRONIZED,
INTERESTING GAME FROM START


Tom Maberry was a Jacksonville TO FINISH SCORE 17 TO 8
O visitor Wednesday, going up in the'
morning and returning by the night IN FAVOR OF DAYTONA.
train. There was a large and sympathetic
Crowd at the armory Wednesday
The steamer, Dixie, carried a party Light to witness the exhibition first
tl mf lm UmmB i of twenty-seven from one of the ho- game between the Daytona Basket
Stels to the Inlet today on a fishing ball team and the Daytona High
excursion. School team. Not a vacant seat in
the bald Leaded row, and the mothers
I m. Bdwta Walrath, who came to *LOST-Elk tooth charm. Liberal and the cousins and the sisters and
B--rw- about two weeks ago, from reward for return to Daily News of- the aunts were all there, as well as
wtuov, N. Y.. expecting to re- fice. 27-3t numerous visiting friends.
ON tklo the eason, left this As it was Daytona vs. Daytona both
f-- Oe- her return, called north Ernest Kreitzberg and several oth- teams were Impartially applauded
6tbe IlIes of her husband, era are out on another hunting ex- when a good play was made. The
petition having started Tuesday game was Interesting from start to
e iftSh has a large assort- morning with John Bennett for their finish. At first it seemed that the
tof sore cards andinexpensive guide as usual. Daytona team would have it all their
for card prti own way. At the end of the first
.i.e. for car p White girl or woman wanted for half the game stood, Daytona team,
d-th-r-tu-we general housework. No children. 13; High School team, 0. But at the
Three in family. Address Box G, beginning of the second half, business
Miss Daisy Erbb and mother. Mrs. Daytona Beach. 26-3t began to pick up for the D. H. S.,
lrb. ofa Old Orchard. Me.. stopped and it was evident that it was not to
th Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fulgham on Mr and Mrs. A. Brower and Miss be a walk over. The playing was
Uoday and left on Tuesday for Palm' Mary Brower, her daughter, who ar- quite spirited on both sides,, and'
,Ialch, but expect to return here later rived last week from their home at while it was evident that both ,teams
ft the season. They were here in Fernbank. near Cincinnati, Ohio, are would greatly Improve with practice,
te leather work business last season "1w occupying their beach cottage at it was also evident that the good
or the season before. L'aytona Beach. material was all there. At the close
of the game the score stood 17 to 8,


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SWEETHEARTS, ENJOY SOCIAL


TIME AT MILLS CAFE.


The various members of the Gem
City Minstrels, who had been gener-
ously donating their time and ser-
vices in the several benefits givftn
by that popular organization, were
treated to a banquet, Wednesday
night, by the management, in recog-
nition of those services.
This banquet, which was quite an
elaborate affair, was served at MllW
Cafe, and reflected great credit upon
Mr. Mills in every particular. Being-
himself a member of the minstrels,
he evidently made an especial effort
to arrange for everything that would
appeal to the eye and appetite of his
companions.
The affair was necessarily postpon-
ed until the closing hours of the Crys-
tal Theatre, so that it was nearly ten
o'clock when the guests assembled at
the cafe.
Following the more substantial re-
freshments the party were regaled
ith songs by Messrs. Baldwin, Rox-
by, Erickson, Pellecier, Cowan, E. J,
and Eric D. Mills and several excel-
lent selections by the Mandolin Club.
It being nearly twelve o'clock good
nights were said and the participants
in this pleasant social entertainment
departed for their homes.
SThose present were: Messrs and
Mesdames. W. F. Thomason, W. C.
Smith, L. J. Cowan, E. J. Mills, R.
D. Taylor, H. T. Titus, J. P. Morgan
ond E. H. Winney.
Misses Willaume, Killmer and Pel-
l*tt; Messrs. W. W. Wood, F. W.
fope, Percy Rodgers, B. B. Baggett,
H. N. Erickson, Garth B. Young,
Eiwood Dillingham, Eric D. Mills, Otis
R. Pellecier, E. C. Willaume, Dr. W.
A. Gove, H. G. Pollitz, J. B. Baldwin,
W. A. Roxby, E. Fairfax Ludlow, W.
G. Nash and W. M. Hankins.


TWO MORE CANDIDATES
FOR LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD.
Petitions are being circulated re-
questing that the names of Joseph
Osborne and B. S. Hall be placed
upon the official ballot as candidates
for school trustees. Both are well
known to the people of Daytona and
should prove good officers if elected.


A. G. ALLEN'S MINSTRELS
ARE COMING SOON.
A. G. Allen, owner of the A. G.
Allen Big Minstrel Shows was in Day-
tona today arranging for the appear-
ance of the troupe in this, city on
February 4th.
Allen is not a stranger to Daytona
but his company has appeared here
on several occasions and generally
gave satisfaction .
A mammoth tented theatre is used.



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TO PRESENT


"HELLO BILL,"

INTERESTING PLAY SCHEDULED
TONIGHT BY POPULAR COM-
PANY AT THE DAYTONA OPE-


RA HOUSE.


Tonight the Pickert Dramatic Com-
pany, better known as the Four Pick-
erts, will open its engagement at the
Daytona opera house with 'Hello
Bil."
This company has always been pop
ular with Daytona theatre goers and
no doubt large audiences will greet
the company on this appearance.
Tomorrow night "St. Elmo" will be
presented. Saturday afternoon "For
a Girl's Love" will be the title of


the matinee. Saturday night "Child
of the Street" will be presented.


Minstrels]


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