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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 28, 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: VID00416
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JUM STWART HAS FILED NO.
TICE OF HIS INTENTION TO AP-
PEAL THE MATTER TO A HIGH-


ER COURT.


`Thy got me foul in the first
round wit their mud guns but
Ir going to appeal the "ses"
mid Judge towart to the Dally
NOlMtdaly.


Sf Jud Isaac A. Stewart. who, by the
SWr deciio of Judge Mc-Crory, at De-
Sat ad Tuesday evening was not allow-
S ed to qualfy as one of the executors
MmL
W of the WM of the late Ann Grace
-I KOOl g, who recently died in Dayto-
M, hsM fled notice of his intention


o appeal the case to the Circuit
ouit. In case he does carry the case


WAITER COHEN


GO FREE


OF ABDUCTION.

CHARGE BROUGHT BY ROBERTA


DE JANON'S


GRANDFATHER,


THE MILLIONAIRE SEEDSMAN.


up th e bod which he wll be requir- PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 28-
e- to give wfl" be one of the largest of Fednand Cohen, the w
ever furnished in a judicial proce oe-
in ju |icia Vohf ora counts. was the companion of Mis
Yesterday attorneys for Mrs. Sco- B. De Janon, the young heir
I vil Wed suit to compel Judge sensational flight from Ph
wi wt to reconvey to Mrs. Scoville and her subsequent tour of
d1a h oa ai d lot in New York valued
S' U which she conveyed to try, was called in court to
w0li tr tMust some time ago. Af- preliminary hearing. A c]
otr the nttation of the suit yes- abduction has been made as
Ilt Orday afternoon the property was hen, but the impression li
Sui- e-mayd and the utdismissed. ground that the case will
I er of eats t i ha be dismissed and the wahte
bw a t evtsin-which the bit h"
Snteorested tfor nearly a year. to go free. As Miss De J
S Laspt srtg Jaems E. Scoville was ar- adheres to htr story that
ati on a charge preferred by her was responsible for the at
at he attempted to appropriate the believed that it will be dli
ppq ty ofMim Kellogg. who at that scure conviction on a ch
ItIt-e was -ill ad helpless This oc-
Scj w ta Dasytoma. Mrs .Scoville was ductlon, which is the onl:
me-ne to -MrL Kellog. They imme- that can be made
S_ tMO Wly eame to DeLand, pending pro- Cohen. Moreover, it is said
le ii ia cout. Scoville's defense desire of Robert Buist, the i
1 a tht hbe Mpected his wife of seed merchant and grand
g b& siv miller istentios and that he Miss De Janon, to avoid t
Iwas M er* keeping her from tmupta- sty that a trial would prods
Iat t0M His cae is till pending, hav- De Janon will be sent to
lo" e anrteaued. In the mean- school and arrangements a
til Mi- KeMmlkg died, sometime last Cohen and his family to M
*nmeaMth, ad she left a will naming M I future residence elsewhere
r--.,.onv le as beneficiary. The proper- Philadelphia.
* ik ty amounts to something like $60,-
S.,HI* HriIDFnI.


WEI WSTAl oF IN .

S0 SAY STATISTICIANS WHILE


PUZZLING OVER IMPORT


AND~


ay atE
,In ~ EXPORT FIGURES.
of the WASHINGTON, Jan. -"-Tie lIv-
i rep apartment of Commerce and Labor to-
a iP5-a day issued a bulletin showing that ihl
SUnited States imported $C<."J ,.,oAt,
H P iD vorth more of foodstuffs last year!


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JACKSONVILLE


GIRLS OUT


FOR A Ti

LOCAL CASE OF "COHEN
DJANON" NIPPED IN THI
-YOUNG LADIES SENT


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BACK


-me case HOME FROM ORMOND.
rarer who .
ater who Perhaps not dreaming what such
s Roberta
s Rber. indiscretion means, two young ladies
ess, in herominent family resdin in
cf prominent family resldlne in


Liladelphia
the coun-
day for a
charge of
against Co-
Is gaining
ultimately
T allowed
anon still
she alone
fair, it is
!flcult to
rge of :ab-
y charge
against
to be the
nilionaire
6ather- of
he notori-
,ce. Miss
a private
nade for
aake their
than in


HOMELESS


IN ITALY.


Jacksonville, started out Tuesday,


accompanied by two young sports, in
an automobile for a "time." They
landed at Ormond, where they were
intercepted and the girls sent
back hotin yesterday, cery repentant


girl is 14 and the other 18.
The quartette stopped at the
Bretton Inn, but out of respect to
the families of the girls no effort is
being made to give their names pub-
licity. The escapade was romantic,
but brief, but nevertheless furnished
an interesting subject for comment
among the guests at the Inn and the
Hotel Ormond.


-OLDEST NEWSPAPER WEST
OF ALLEGHANEY MOUNTAINS.
PITTSBURG, Jan. 28--Today is the
171st anniversary of the establishment
of the Pittsburg Gazette, the first
newspaper published west of the Al-
leghaney mountains.

HAT RAISING A SACRILEGE
SAYS AGED MINISTER
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. 28 To
raise ones' hat to a woman is blas-
phemous sacrilege, according to aged
Rev. Mr. Watson Dana, who declares
that in his seventy three years of
life he has never been guilty of such
an act of politeness. Dana alleges
that the Bible teaches to uncover on-
ly on entering the temple of God, and
that this courtesy should be sacred to,


4W 1O1NED


IN ENGLISH


CHANNEL.


BRITISH TORPEDO


TROYER WRECKED-FORTY MA-
RINES RESCUED IN BREECHES


BUOY.


LONDON, Jan. 28-Forty marines
were rescued by breeches buoy from
the wrecked British torpedo boat des-
troyer at Eden, near Dover, today.
The English Channel is being whip-
ped by the fiercest storm in years.
Partial reports show fully 400
drowned in various wrecks.


ANNUAL RECEPTION OF


THE PALMETTO CLUB.


ONE OF THE MOST CHARMING
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE
SEASON HELD THURSDAY EV-


ENING.


The annual reception of the Pal-
metto Club, held at the clubhouse
on Orange avenue Thursday evening
from 8:00 to 10:00 was a delightful
affair to the large membership and
their numerous friends.
The fact that club work among wo-
men engenders a warm fellowship
feeling, made this function more lk.
a big, happy family reunion rather
'than the formal hand-shake and
pass-down-the-line idea generally held
c! .-ception%.
It was guest ripht and each mem-
ber invited her best friend, or near-
ly as may be. This brought a con-
tingent of gentlemen, but of course
the occasion was largely given over
to the ladies, and the gentlemen pres-
ent had only to "look pleasant" and
-be entertained.
Tucker's orchestra furnished the
music for the evening, and the fine
program rendered added much to the
brightness and Joyousness of the oc-
casion.
The social committee was in charge,
and everything went off most credit-
able to their excellent management.
Those receiving were, Mrs. H. Y.
Stillman, Mrs. M. Huston, Mrs. J. B.
Downing and Mrs. Wm. Atwood. DaiL-
ty refreshments of ice cream and
a variety of cakes were served in the
dining room by a bevy of beautiful
young maidens, future Palmetto Club
iiemnbers.

PERIODICAL PUBLISHERS TO


L[llMIS


ACCUSED OF


MANY CRIE.

IF GUILTY OF HALF THE CRIMES
OF WHICH HE IS CHARGED It


MOST DIABOLICAL FIEND.


PROVIDENCE, R. I., Jan. 28 It
Ernest Wilhelm Lorenz, a young Ger'
man baker who was given a prelimin.
ary hearing in court today, on the
charge of having murdered Gilbert
Mann three weeks ago, is guilty of
half the crimes to which he confeaes
and others of which he is strongly
suspected, he is certainly the mt
diabolical fiend with which the police
of this city have ever had to deal.
The murder of Gilbret Mann, whlek
occurred in the town of Johnson on
January 8th, is the first crime for
which Lorenz is to be tried. Mann,
who was an old soldier, was waylald
and mortally shot and a companloa
who was with him at the time wan
seriously wounded. Robbery was thu
evident purpose of the assailant. The
companion of Mann has identified
Lorenz as the murderer and the charge
against the young German was
strengthened when a watch positively
identified as having belonged to t"
murdered man was found among L-q
renz' effects when his room wan
searhd after his arrest.
Lorenz denies the murder but freely
confuses to having either assault
or robbed nearly a score of women,
mot of the occasions havia bee lin
towas near Provideoe 4durmthea"
fall and winter. He had a note bo
in which he made a memorandum of
each assault, filling in the name af-
ter he learned the identity of his
victim through the newspapers. Upom
his own admissions and as far as any
inquiry can substantiate his state.
ments, Lorenz was a lone operator.
Though he admits he robbed indti.
criminately men and women by hold-
ing them up with a gun on unfrequent-
ed thoroughfares, he frankly admit
that women were his quest. He only
attacked men, he says, when there
were no women about. Leaving his
lodgings early in the morning or In
the evening he roamed the streets
seeking unprotected women with tel
onious design. His dairy which he
faithfully kept is a record of succeed
by violence in his pursuit.
The most fiendish crime which the
police are inclined to lay to the door
of the young German baker, but which
they have so far failed to fasten on
him conclusively, was the murder of
Miss Laura Regester, who was found
murdered in the Jewish cemetery in
the western suburbs of the city early
on the morning of May 11th last.
The discovery of the crime was made


tile Most High. Dana claims to be at A I Aq I IA'S PLAN U 4 pdsst-uv, 1u U uuuU in u'aU
RIVER TIBER STILL RISING- i i o f the late ('has. A. 1D)auia, ed \V YORK Ja 'rsid-nt and mutilated body of tht. rtng w(j-
N \ V()RK, Jan. 2 -- Preidt
man iu a clump t4 b8lshtm. {mroken
SCORES OF DEATHS REPORTED ito o t the New York Sun, anitd a ri- att. r.Cldaid t.( r at it ii.rvaI us a es a i d ntap a'uk- o, t(,,'._i rio ts
atio' of Archbold, the Standard Oil 0,.u h s tat t nc ,, or..pa tn.. ,,ath
AROUND ROME. Ad t on l> 1' ats li iaazii es % told thit U. ..iIa. I :""iI ht
: ttitttack 'd aIt tou izLt atilul il ba'i- h t rd f'r hfor hot'i ;.l i.r-t ui her
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Itmatlg e*aWoe can be seen at
Va tie. Phone WL I


T. T. PITCHER
HAVANA CIGARS
I North Beach St., Daytona, Fla.
CALL FOR MY CIGARS
lar Havana Smokers 5c.


I JACOB ESPEDAHL
I Contractor and Builder
S Designer and Craftsman
SSuperintends Construction of Build-
S lu's. Plans and Sp-'lflcationi I
on Short Notice.
S DAYTONA, FLo)RI IA.
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CONTRACTOR
Filling and Grading
Heavy Hauling a Specialty.


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rIdm I h --erpaae bech No
It.- who over sot $t. upon I
MW peale IS blonde over ftt exM
pam; BO one who ever drove a
plaMeg pair tof hore aad liten-
ed to thaowP Iig of there sto show
upo Its a uphaltu-Uke e; no one
whoM ever steered a high-power au-
tomobile down the broad stretch of
wave-washed and surf-packed sand
but realized that It is a world-beat-
Ser, a world-wonder. Go stand upon
this wide speedway and see the hap-
py souls flit by in Joyous mood, and
Sanower whether this is not one of
i the seven modern wonders.
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.
V Where think you is water with more
-pictiresque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wde, fringed with tropical vege-
tation. artistic cottages with roomy
verandas looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless num-
*-bers b.ckoning, as it were, to those
with rod and reel; her bosom fleck-
ed with duck and coot and snowy-
winged sea birds, which sit about as
if for the sport of bobbing upon the
waves; watch that lubberly old
white headed pelican pouch a fat
mullet, and that fish hawk struggling
upward with his floundering load he
snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick
and span, their hampers and lockers
bulging with refreshments both solid
and liquid ready for a cruise upon th
beautiful surface. Take out your fiel
glass and sweep the river from
Ormondg bride to Ponce Park
light house, then say whether the
Halifax isn't a thing of beauty and
u ivw ,f.rpvav ar nd nne nf the modern


I AUTO OWNERaS ATTENTION-
We aboMt to enjoy another rise in
Rubber. DonN yonu think It will pay you
now to Investigate the merlts of Vuleants-
Ing. wth proper work you get one-third
more mlleage-quite an Item at the present
time. Practical work done at THE VUL-
OANIZKRS, COTTAOGz AVzwux, Win. S.
McGregor.
FiSK TRES Ur FLrORIDA ROADS

FOUND AT LAST
A place on Beach Street where
you cam iet Hot Chocolate that's
made riA t md served with Whip-
ped Cream 5c a cup.
T. F. CURTIS & SON


See Dunn Bros.


25c Window.




BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL





Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G.
Daytona Office over Gile's Phurumacy, hours
2:1.0 to 4:10) p. ii.
Nose, Throat, LUas and Rbk--ti- treated
by time Electro.Tberms-Vibratory Method.


.Daytona Beach Offico In The ,L, Valzah Ti


I .-- .IO.cK. hours 8:w to 10:W. : Sp.cial hours
Waders. %ppolntnunt.
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge-
wood. lllll llaC
SRidgewood avenue is upon he crest DR. F. H. HOUGHTON so:
of a broad ridge, straight as the crow I
* flies and the wide spreading branches a D entist
of the heavy-trunked live oaks ex- S OL fflce in Peck Block 3 1
Send their giant arms across the mag- Puolx 32 Wtst End South Bridge
Snliticent vista, forming an arch, and OIt *OIO*OI *-_- ----*3 ]
* from these extended arms great fes- _
Stoons of Spanish moss sway as the M- -- -
Strade winds from the tropic seas OSTEOPATHY g
hea DR J. C. Herman
pfan them .Looking straight aedU RJCHra
fan them Looking straight ahead Graduate under A. T. Still, founder of
* down this white shell street one has Osteopathy at Kirkeville. Missouri. W
NINETY SIEAKON IN DAYTONA
ithe impression of a fairy path with Lcated on Vousia Avenue, 2 doors
Selfish draperies, but as you move west of Beach St., opposite The Gab le
I IP hone 40 Lady attendant
I along and cast an eye first to tne *OI mIuIuIoI*IIOI -I*** "
I right and then to the left you see dis-
I tinguished cottage homes in the most. "N@IUSIO --I -I -I -OI*
delightful settings. E. L. STEWART R T
SSee the glistening leaf of the grand Physician and Surgeon (
Magnolia which nature has varnished y can ih a rduency 5
ha0vr Ishdn X-ray and High Frequency 0
las no artists' brush ever could; and | 0l
.,A ppratus.
the cabbage palms with their burdens ,0.to. h o w f P. '
N of showy fruit and swaying palms; mI mmmm o mmm s
see the lovely holly with its exquis- e
/ite berry; see the climbing vinesm Im*IOIEIIIOI*OIOIOme ***U 0 a
I run riot in the trees; see the cryp-.0 S H GOVE
I togamons forms which gain a foot- A T BUIa,
a ARCHITECT, BUILDER 0
hold on the great oaks and stately a nd CONTRACTOR 0 t
I palms, and surely you will joining in Residt-ne.and Office: Northw.st iI
Ithe chorus and say that this is a Corn-r Ridgwood and Volusla.
,. .0 Telephone S1.4
I world wonder for beauty Tp
Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage a]
Homes. ----m--um -*m **u --u a
I No one of Daytona's attractions, 2p
perhaps comm'inds more nearly uni- 0 D. D. &i C. M. ROGERS
versal attention and praise than does MCivil Engieers
the artistic cottages The owners of x ,.M "I
> 0 DAYTONA, FLA. 00b
I these charming villas hail from every 0 b
f .. + Ik x%. 1 Y- Established 1875. 01.


superficial observer. WIh mO&k t-v
in- weath of natural th y '
ea.ne an 6ahn for t tM tm niB
-un to give the finibtabi 'r -
which have wrought out the coiRn
sad lestnol of the big picture.
Man did al this In the bYto oMt
of the street with their wide -fia
of parkae. The entire city beeo
a great park, with driveway* Iter-
aecting. miles upon mile of drive-
wayn so goou as to attract motoet
from all over the continent.
And as for the pavementS, pave-
ments that look and act like granite,
-where else between the eastern
and western seas are so many miles
in proportion to inhabitants? The
pavenwnt question stands with the
street as one of the chief drawing
cards. Till some unheard of
place reports more and better, Day-
tona throws down the gauntlet to the
world.
Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Frut.
Whatever oone's shortcomings and
however indifferent or even calos
one may be to many things, the mere
mention of "flowers and Squirrels,
birds and fruits" will send a thrill
that is reflected in distended pupils
and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare goo-
ber there is a bunny ready to come
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt
upright and knaw into the meat,
casting furtive, saucy glances at you
meanwhile.&
Flowers. Usually fresh and bloom-
ing the year 'round You are reminded
of Goldsmith's couplet where #
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid
And summer's lingering blossorms
are delayed.


In one -,ra rose of varigated hues


predominate; another household has
a penchant for the poincetta and the
premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety
is the spice of life and here is where
you find it.
The birds flit in. and with their
joyous notes help to give fullness
and symmetry to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits,
Daytona yields the palm to none for
quality and quantity per acre. There
ire scores of citrus groves in prox-
imity to the city; branches bending
to the eartl with their burdens of
luscious golden globes, which for
beauty, proflicacy- and all desirable
qualities would truly astonish you.
rhe Fastest Autos and The Finest
Out.
The se;-entli world wonder, do you
ask? Come, whether from Missouri
)r from Maine, from Kalama.oo or
rimbuckto, and you will be "shown."
-ere is where the world s record for
speed is broken with every recurring
season. Autos, the biggest, the fast-
est, and the finest are on daily parad,
and the big show is as free as the
pure artesian water from the thous-
ands of flowing wells. It is a con-
inuous show with constantly shift-
ng scene.
Everything goes, from a 2-horse
power, up to a 200-horse power, and
.11 degrees of speed from acanter to


i two-mile-a-minute clip. You wil
probably catch the spirit, when yoi
Jo the roads and the beach are yours
'he Florida sunshine is free, th<
)almy ocean breezes are free, th4
birds and squirrels and flowers ar


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PRINCESS

ISSENA
Seabrreez

S,2 Acres of Park-
age. All Modern
Improvements


Rates:
Day


$3.00 per
and up


L BIHUUCK

CQttages a pecialty.
Estimates furnished
All work g r-
anteed.
Seebreemow leddaf


FITZGERALD
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OATES

LAWYERS
Daytona. Fla.


SURF CREST
Daytona Beach
New Mann gemerit.
Renovatvd through-
out. (C'ozy and honuie-
like. Modilrat,.
pric,.s. )ckrin Front.


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opera house and a Congrgati-
Church; at Daytona Beach is a L. K|
Church. An excellent high schlt
is situated near the division line b-
tween the two towns. Both towu
have enterprising business estabibs-I
lishments, as is evidenced by .he
advertisements on the left and ri
All the attractiveness of SeablarM
applies to Daytona Beach, the tw
towns being so similarly situaft"
The development of Daytona BeoI
has been fully as phenomenal as As
sister on the north, and each yaw
there is a substantial growth, The
great sand dunes have been levelsI
and handsome homes have b-


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dgiees in t:he summer m d
in the winter with an"
extra rise or drop of a few d
ation, marks this as one of -
healthful locations in any ac-I
the outry, north, east, soth
The ocean itself with its i

as a floor, is the greatest a
although earth and airnd evy
to hae entered into an
to enhance its every charm,
beach as the famo neus atof



ithe holntrt orcthl, yeat, smtjkll(
course where every worlds th
away record has been made,




asle Ba ressth hegetaprnteysot
athcrougdhearth n ir ea dtt7
these records it continues t s
without rivalry.
The sand of this famous
is composed l-Agely of the sheib
the coquina ciam which are a
one-half inch long and very
For'ages Natanre has beenro -
them unp washing them back ifm
surf and pulverizing them.
WIder th@ microscope each
is found, unfit for mortar, *
say, because its smoothness p
its holding together, yet, straw&
contmtemplate, the very moment a
leaves the wet, apparently soft
these round particles settle ,Id
into a cement almost s as hard as
phalt, beyond the a cmnpoihatio
one who has not seen it. Repm
unnecessary, as twice each 24
it is eati"4, rebuilt by the
The beach has a width of 3e to
feet, and can be used from two
after until two hours before oight-ik
thus giving an average of sevem41
eight hours for autoeobiliog w g
part of each day. a
Seabreeze and Daytona Beach -c
have a p..nianeat population ofaf>
proTimitely 1500. Sanitary oi-'
nances are strictly enforced, Jr|
and sidewalks are well kept,a-
new streets are being opened as -
as the increasing population *
mands. Besides hotels and b~-
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tI RMONDON=THEHALFAX |


TH5E

NCEA IWSE
F. W. SAMS


$35. per Day
S a per
Week
Exielent aHunting
and Fahing
NEW RMYRNA
_FLORIDA


HOTEL

TUINIULL
NEW SMYRNA
FWLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Clas in
Every Reect


Esftm Ws Uper
Day and Up
UKNNTT and
HODOKS
PROPRIXTO"R



EALIREATI
H& Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA


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


L C. CESHOLN
Tonsorial Parlor
Oldest sland In town
NNW SXYRNA, FLA.
Molesand Warts
Removed Without
Pain
SANITAzY BATHS

PURK

ICet C11111

Com Drinks

T2% Bet of Every
L111"ine In Or


RIZY'S


New Smyrna
Is ti Piae 1



ROSE VILLA
M as. H. MOELLER
Proprietress
Meals for Transients
a Specialty
NEW MYRNA
FI< >RTIIA


ASK
ME
A M Vrr 9 1W 9Z f11


Dropa n D tome at
ORMOND


I'm just going to
sit her, and fish and
est Oran geM this
winter. Therc are
somne good cemnp
grounds near nilu-.
Oome and pitch your
tent on one and join
me on th. log.
LoixB FrSHRx.kAN


ROSE VILLA
Plesasntly Loc'ited
on Oran.-td Avv.
ORMOND, FLA.
Frank Maon, Prop.
Rates: (2.00 n nd f2.0
per day; 8:2.&A1 to
115.00 per week


JAS. CARNELL
ORMOND, FLA.
Manufcturer of
Pure Home-Made

GUAVA JELLY
MARMALADS AND
TROPICAL
PRBSBRMB
Speca Attmtlm to
Fwdy Orders
Pain American Ex-
_poatilon-Buffalo
Wext India t xpoIl-
tton-C-harleston
Louisiana Purchase
Exposition, St.rjouls


E. C. TOTMAN
ORMOND, FLA.
Fine Groceries
Vegetables Fruits
Palt and Smoked
MERATS


MOUNKROVE
ORANGES
and
Grapefruit -
Best Grown
Grove on St. Augus-
tine Automobile
Road 10 Milea
North of
HOTEL ORMOND
Beed, Knox and
Beed Company
BIT [OW Postoffloe


SORMOND is five miles north of;
Daytona, located on the western
bank of the Halifax River. The lo-
cation of the town permits of good
drainage and perfect sanitation; the
elevation is superb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge con-
nects Ormond with Ormond Beach.
Many fine residences are main-
tained on either side of the river,
most of them embellished with sub-
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees.
The town is very cosmopolitan,
has an excellent graded school, sev- '
er.l churches, a fine public library, i
up-to-date places of business and:
comfortable and convenient hotels
and boarding houses.
SOrmond has many of the Florida
attractions-fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
salubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
At Ormond Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
Sister, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
Scupies a position overlooking the
SHalifax River, while the latter has as
its outlook the magnificent beach and
the broad AtlIntic
The walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
bors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
rustic seats which are mute invita-
tions to enter into the enjoyment
thereof.
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-
riage or automobile-long drives and
short drives; drives through groves
of golden oranges; drives through
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 iatereting planta-
tions is Number Nine, located on the
peninsula, five miles north of the
Hotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
orange grove, together with great va-
rieties of other sub-tropical fruits
and flowers.
Five miles further on you come to
Moundgrove, one of the finest orange
groves in this section of Florida.
Moundgrove is on the headwaters of
the Halifax River and is amid pretty
surroundings. The place is reached
by a good road [passing Number
Nine] and is a drive all tourists may
enjoy.
TTAPP AND ROOMS TO LET-
1TT11IFlliL Furnish,.d; Modern Ini-
COTTIM provenwnts; on River
Front or Side Streets. Rents Reasonable.
Write to W. F. COLBY at Ormond.


CALL ON
OR WRITE TO

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TE9NT9N
ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTERESTED
IN PROPERTY IN
ORMOND OR
ORMOND BEACH
He Will Give Your
Business Prompt
Attention


MILDRED LODGE
tFormerly Mildred
Vtllft
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. M. WATSON
Propr.


COOK'S GROVE

On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South of Ormond


One of
Groves
County


the Finest


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VOLUSIA
COUNTY
BANK
DUIAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

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


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


J. we PERKINS


Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


Will Practiee in
State and
Federal
Courts

DmLAND, FLA.


S.Volu... e. D.oA YNES

D- I FGrocer
I DuLAND, FLA.


V .J A J.XV.J
WELCOME

THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

"NUMBER NINE"
Their Reputation
is Established. No
Comment is Really
Necessary. j


I PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
I COMPANY
i OWNER of th BEST
River Front
PROPERTY
IN PORT ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands


See...
E. F. OATES. Sec.,
DaytSian, or
W. C. HOWES, 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.
It 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 large number of tourists and


PORT ORANGE'
BEACH

Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
('onvenient to Auto-
llo| lt'f 1 't-l'in '
and H i.,..
A\ppl[ to
WM. C. HOWES
Port ( rou1nm F- .

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Your Trade."


LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practicing in all
State and Federal
Courts
Special facilities for
Investigating and
perfecting titles
DKLANI), FLA.


'STEWART & aLY
Isaac A. Stewart
Egford Bly
Mary Stewart
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Public
DsLAND. FI.A.


"FOUNTAIN'S
DBLAND, FLA.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
GROVES
TIMBER or
TRUCK
LAND
t ud for Bargain
Sheet to

THF fOlII D


DELAND, te comaty at f
TVolusia CoAny,
is situated 23 miles southwest of
Daytona and is reached from th )t.
tar city by an excelet hd-surfac
red zemily c ne wtruchm
At DeLand is located the John B
Stetson University, one of the lead-
ing educational institution of the
SoutLh. Because of the interest in
matters &-ctio"la DeLand is known
as "The Athens of Florida."
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and instructors. There
are over $400,000 in buildings and
equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-
ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
resenting an investment in building,
endowment and books, of more than
$120000. The library is the United
States Government depository for the
State of Florida, and contain over
15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one
of the newest of 16 buildings, with
its furnishings, represents an outlay
of $60,000. lizabeth Hall is one of
the most beautiful college buildings
in the South.
The city has a population of about
3,500, with a thickly settled country
adjacent DeLand proper is five
miles east of the St Johns River, on
the high, rolling pine land of the
great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.
The prA1ominitiug pi'od&it are
oranges and grapefruit, the estimated
crop from this vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches, pears, Japan persimo-%
plums, pecans, guavas, strawberries
and other fruits are grown in plenty.
In the way of public imptiovw.oents
are many miles of fine shell roads, an
excellent high school, electric lights,
a system of waterworks that is owned
and operated by the city, supplying
the purest water at little cost.
Nine houses of worship testify that
DeLand is a church-going commu-
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth-
odists (Northern and Southern), Pres-
byterians, Christians and Catholics,
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
The graded school offers a ten
years' course, and the building which
it occupies is newly fnrniehed
throughout, and is one of the most
commodious and best equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DeLand
is made by automobile in a little
over an hour, and there are many
pretty drives in the vicinity of the
county site. A good road leads to
DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic
spot, where 40,000 gallons of water
bubble from the earth every minutes
From DeLand automobiles go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
marl roads; theSt. 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.
Manufaectur.ri
Light Granite, Buff, Red and
Drab Brick


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BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
Manu tWEraa
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINOS
M&&w7 Palate
parom Boo0am
Whitehall 0ment
EIDorado Piaster
OeorcltaOiayBrtok
Boad 0and Brtol
DuLAND, VLA.


ALLEN'S
Next to Postomes
DRUGGISTS
I JEWELERS
DuLAND, ILk.


A. ILVUALL
The
Leading
GROCER
DuLAND, FLA.

J.A.
ERICKSON

SLargest Stock of
Pia"0oa,00ianead
South of Jae'nviliI
DSLAND, FLA.

Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Shops
800HO"?MODGIK
DxLAtD. FLA.
Manufacturer of
Buggies and Surme"s


SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSURANCE
AGENCY
DELANL, FLA.
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IIa -O" laft Frday m-rN"g for
Mw .. wsbM by the sudden
Um ,ether m~~.

T. J. Chlk As b ouoflnied to
t I m- w* several days with l-
S- t-t ia better again.


a. C. Totaa Is making frequent
I to Daytoa. He toIs under the
un et o Nm of the physicians of that
'iJy.


Jk Mit r, of New York City
| .,Mdk Iag a few days with
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S mea of Harrison Bristol.


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S.H. qm er joined his family in
Q R4 last Sunday ,comini down
aem awgo, N. D. He reports deep
UM and unusual cold in the north.

DU yu attend the debate on Wo-
m's Sutbeg thi week at the V.
L A.? Spme is reserved in the Or-
E-w Gsette-News for a report of
tWS interesting occasion, next week.

James Carnell returned from Jack-
Mvflle last Saturday night where he
6 been spending the week at the
---- Lodge of the Masons. He re-
Irta an extremely interesting occa-


Ri Thrall left for the north Tues-
Iy morning. He was called by a
gram announcing the death of his
W& .- Ht brother expected to go al-
I -t was stopped by a telegram
trha his family advising him to re-
TMIt In Ormond. Mrs. Thrall was
Well known to Ormond people having
t several winters here at the
Trall cottage on Granada avenue
OPposite Rose Villa.

IThe Ormond city fathers are build-
hta a new cement block house in the
Mear of the town hall to accommodate
te 35-light acetyline gas machine,
Wch is on the way from the fact-
WY.. Theu hlldin{i' it ha. *t,.n .


aty te. Some laterItl-g events
are scheduled to take place in the


DEATH OF SIMEON MILLER.
C'*
Simeon Miller died on the evening
of January 26, 1910, at the home of
his son, J. Wilson Miller, Ormond,
where he spent the last Live years ot
his li e Mr. Miller was bmoeaJay 23,
183I near Fort Plain, N. Y. His home
was the old estate which had been


nHall in the near future, purchased by: his great grandfather
from the government before the Rev--
RECENT CATCHES OF FIH solution. Here his childhood, boyhood
Competition on the Tomoka fishing and manhood were spent among neigh-
growu is fast and furious. Last week, bors and relatives who knew his ster-
Thnursday, was a never to be forgot- ling worth and appreciated the kind
ten day for Messrs P-mmons, Moer heart and helping hand and sympa-
and Brigs. They took the Niagara thetic love of a good man.
up the Halifax and Into the Tomoka He was united in marriage on Oct.
that day When they returned they 26, 1859, with Jane K. Wilson. To
had the sport of their lives, and ac- them were born two sons and two
cording to a communication on this daughters. The elder son, Jacob,
page, they brought back 145% pounds died some years ago ;the younger son
of fish-bass and trout. The weights, Wilson, is a resident of Ormond. The
they give are as follows: two at 7%! daughters, Mrs. Charles W. Price, of
pounds, two at 7% pounds, two at j Fort Plain, N. Y., ana Mrs. L. T.
6%- four at 5 1, two at 4%, makingI Miller, of Pittsfield, Mass., are still
a total of 70% pounds for 12 fish; living.
then there were twenty-five more av- Five years ago Mr. Miller was left
erasing three pounds each. to mourn loss of his wife and about
John Reilly and Charles Griffin weiL that time suffered a stroke of paral-
up the Tomoka this week Tuesday ysis from which he never recovered
and brought back twenty-one bass an4 entirely. Some weeks ago a second
trout weighing from 3% to 8 pounds, stroke took him and last week, Thurs-
each. Next day the Myrta went up* day, he suffered for the third time.
again but the sport was too vigorous Since then he has been in a seem-
for Mr. Reilly and Milo McNeal took ingly unconscious state most of the
his place .They brought back four- time till his death. The end came
teen fine fish that time. Beautiful' quietly latef Wednesday evening.
specimens of all these catches reach-; The funeral took place at the
ed the editor. son's home on Lincoln avenue, at 2i
p .m., Thursday. Rev .George B. Wal-,
ACTIVITIES OF THE dron, pastor of the Union church of-'
FOURTH DAY CLUB ficiated. The body was sent to his
The Fourth Day Club claim the daughter at Fort Plain to be inter-j
credit of raising the funds for the red in the old cemetery beside that of:
sea wall in front of the V. I. A. his wife. The two joined the Dutch:'
and church, also of putting the walk' Reform church in Fort Plain manyC
in front of the library,. years ago and Mr. Miller was a
They were assisted in raising funds member of that church at the time
by several skalp parties given by V. of his death.
I. A. ladies, who gave $71 towards the
work and the church did all of theICONSIDERABLE MONEY


filling in of the water front. The en-
tire cost of the wall and the walk,
was $219.75.
The club propose to give an enter-
tainment in the near future in the
line of a vaudeville show, for the pur-
I pose of raising funds for some worthy
object to be decided upon later.
On January 26th the club met with
Mrs. Bostrom at Mrs. Carnell's. Plans
were discussed for a costume party
to be held in the city hall February
18th.


.. ,W The next meeting will be February
s a-nd eight feet high with a ce- 2nd, with Miss Wetherbee.
nt floor. F.. P. Freeman has the Officers for the year elected at
tract for blocks and work on the rs. Darwin's last week, are as fol-
alls a floor to cost $60. New drive. lows: President, Mrs. Rachel G.
Wd walks are being put down in front Neal; vice president, Mrs. J. D. Price
of the Hall, and altogether, it is pro-.....etary. .trce
Weto makea verye attrac ttivesyPr"p-secretary,_, Miss Emma W etherbee;
e'v v treasurer, Miss Bessie Clements.


IN CHEWING GUM.
NEW YORK, Jan. 28-Dividends a-
mounting to 18 percent on the com-
mon and 6 per cent on the preferred
stock have been declared by the Amer-
ican Chicle Company, which now con-
trols about 85 per cent of the coun-
try's chewing gum output.

COLONEL BYRNE GOES
ON THE RETIRED LIST
WASHINGTON, Jan. 28-Col. Chas.
B. Byrne, Medical Corps, chief sur-,
geon of the Department of the East,
was placed on the retired list today
on account of reaching the age limit.
He is succeeded at Governor's Island '
New York, by Col. John Van. R. Hoff,
former chief surgeon of the Depart-
ment of the Lakes.


Judge Henry T. Titus


SCandidate for Mayor of City of Daytona


11 .~ranDAy
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Entered as second-Olas ui De-
cember 1, )US, at the at
Dayloua, FWouMaunerm ato
March 3, IKS


'Heart to Heart


Talks.
By EDWW A.. Y
KNOW TUTSELV.
One of the mont succesful men in
Chicago sat at a small table In the big
dining room of a downtown hotel.
Pointing to this solitary eater, a man
said:
"He always lunches alone--says e's
got to have a chance to do some think-
ing on the Inside and that be has put
over a lot of things just by taking a
noontime luncheon by himself."
Suggestive, Is It not?
The most of us do oar thinking from
the outside In rather than from the in-
side out.
That Is to say, we are so much In
human contact that our thinking is
suggested by others rather than auto-
suggested-from Inside ourselves.
Most of us are too busy to get ac-
quainted with ourselves.
And this IS especially true of young
persons.
They live externally-In contact with
others. They live In a perpetual round
of "something doing,." and five minutes
of real solitude Is a torturem
And this is true especially of city
people.
In the country there is platy of soli-
tude. A man growins up withb himself.
And perhaps that Is why. other things
being equal the country boy succeeds
In the city. He has had a chance to
know himself.
His thinking has been from the in-
side out. The city boy's thinking has
been from the outside In.
One of the best possible things that
can happen any human being Is the
regular opportunity of confronting
himaeIt
Self comiuulon makes for Individ-
uality, personal force.
The old Greek was right when be
Uaid the first thing in Importance Is,
"Know thyself."
A man should live by himself a part
f his timea talk to himself, advise
himself, argue with himself, entertain
ilmself.
So this successful Chicago man has
discovered that depending upon out-
side forces rather than upon inside
forces does not make a man strong.
Young man or young woman, you
should cultivate yourself.
If you are to get on In the world it
nust be because of the forces and the
races inside yourself.
SYou can learn much from the world.
Duch that Is 'ece-mry to know, but if
'very day you will do some honest, In-
Ilvdual thinking by yourself and of
ourself and for yourself you will
earn a great deal more.
If you are bored when you are by
ourself you are In a bad way.


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LtAL T1AM (OLLIES

11T1 THE LIMTEi.
(Concluded from first page.)
After setting the brakes, it is said
the engineer and fireman saved them-
selves by Jumping from the engine.
Three passengers on the rear plat-
form of tOe Pullman also saw the -
ger in time to escape.
The heavy steel framed Pullman
cars were but little affected by the
impact of the collision, but Mr. Brow-
er says the interior of the dining
car was strewn with broken glass
and china ware and porters were
badly shaken up.
Mr. and Mrs. Brower had Just boar
ed the train at Rockledge and were
taking their seats when the collision
occurred. Mrs. Brower was thrown
over a chair and roughly tumbled
about as was the only other lady in
the car while Mr. Brower also feels
sore and bruised from contact with!
one of the chairs. He says the im-aI
pact of the trains sounded like the;
report of a cannon and the coach im-i
mediately filled with dust, so alarm-;'
ing them that they fled from the
car as quickly asposible.
A porter was injured about the boo .
and taken to the hospital an4 several-
passengers received some injury, oneI
lady having her teeth' knocked outt
and others being cut about the face
and head by flying glass. Many wo-
men became panic stricken and hys-
terical and for a time confusion reign-
ed.
-The rear end of the observation


car was badly smashed and the en-
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Thb Four Pickerts in Specialties at the Opera House Tonight


FOUR PCKIRTS MEET WITH


L &Af A ft A aA a A A & aAA N A &A*A A A AA mAs N


DE GEORGE


i Ejd & Holoyd, Proprietors
DAYTOMA, FLORIDA


d famprd Since Lat Season.
11 Grosds--Located on River Front


Concert Twice Daily


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C~o. hewsPrinc George dock for
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New and First-Class.


DALYTONA,


SFLORIDA.


Elscbric. Lib


Elecric Belk


Rooms with or without Baths.


L M. MABBETTE, Prop's and Mgrs.


.THE PINES
ft Mh.t point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
'mmodatesM 50 guests. Rates $Z50 up. Tele-
hk lg.ts, frnme heat, private bath. New and
t-st MRS U i. i HMSKY, Proprietress.


W SEASIDE INN
AMD FURNISH u COTTAGES
m, Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on
Suf Bamthig and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
1ACE F. STEWART
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t oU to the mMt particular people. Central location.
Su -ert aas tha two blocks from the clubt, bank, post office,
. t*W M per dy--41LGO and higher per week.
Op" Nvmbeir to May.
Win. W. FOLTZY, Proprietor.


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Senator Rufus Magee, of Logansport
Indiana, is season guest at The Pal-
metto.

Ward G. Foster, of Palm Beach,
was in the city Wednesday, guest at
The Palmetto.

Mrs ..u.. ,i. Stewart, daughter of
Senator Magee, was spending the day
with her father at The Palmetto,
Thursday.

Major B. L. Ten Eyck, U. S. A.,
left this morning for Miami. He had
been a guest at the Prince George
for the past ten days.

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith, after
a pleasant two weeks at the Palmetto
will leave today on their return home
They go by steamer from Savannah
to New York.
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Mr .and Mrs. S W. Baum and
friend, Miss Julia Humphrey, of Car-
tersville, S. C., arrived the first of
the week and are spending the season
at the Stillman, as usual.

Mrs. Jos. A. Curtiss, Meriden, Conn.
and Mrs. Geo. W. Rector, of New
York, arrived from 'the north Sun-
day, and are at the Stillman foe the
season This is their second or third
season at this house.

Recent arrivals at The Stillman
are: Irene Johnson, Chicago; Jas. R.
Franklin and wifet Rnlrklvn N V Y


USUAL BIG RECEPTION.


SHOW,


IF POSSIBLE,


BETTER


THAN EVER AND THE FAMILY
MADE A PARTICULAR HIT IN


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SPECIALTIES.


Daytona theatre goers and tourists
packed the opera house last night
and gave the famous Four Pickerts
a 48-horse power, 12 cylinder recep-
tion, which, in the vernacular of
the autoist, is "pretty fine." The
Four Pickerts always gave a show of
exceedingly high character on their
annual appearance here but they
were never as good as last night,
because this year the Four Pickerts
have the best show of their success-
ful career and that is saying much.
"Hello Bill" was the title of last
night's offering and from start to
finish it was one continuous roar of
laughter for the audience, because
the many complicated scenes were
cleverly handled by the entire com-
pany
Of course the audience waited im-
patiently for the appearance of"The
Family" in the specialty. "The
Family" always sing and dance them-
selves into favor and last night was
no exception. Despite the fact that
the company had been in a wreck
and were late in reaching Daytona
thus depriving the members of supper
in order for the curtain to be rung
up on time, they displayed t heir
noted snap, and with costumes bril-
liant "The Family" was given four
enchores for their specialty. The
familiar faces of Blanche, Grace and
LilianPickert were signals for individ-
ual inceptions, and of course Blanche,


.A ---------... .... & ... well remembered for her introduc-
C. S. Jordan, Jacksonville; Wm. G.tion to Southern theatre-goers, re-
Stone, Newport; E. C. Thorman, New to Southern theatre-goers, re-
York; W. H. Wilson, St. Paul; C. S. ceved special atnetion from her big
host of Daytona admirers.
Mathis, Sara K. Mathis, Haddonfield, h o f Dayto d m ir er
N. In short the Four Pickerts made
Sthe biggest hit of their career here
last night. It can be meritoriously
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith, Mr. and said they have the best show of their
Mrs. Edwin Capron Smith, Mr. Daugh. career. There isn't a piece of dead-
erty and daughter, Miss Lulu, made wood in their entire organization.
up an automobile party from the Pal-" They made such a hit last night that
metto and enjoyed Wednesday at Port those who attended last night's per-
Orange and New Smyrna. Yesterday formance were the first to buy seats
the same congenial party spent the for the Myron Lefing VWells version
day in DeLand. of St. Elmo, which will be seen to-
night.


Yesterday's arrivals at the Prince
Yesterday's arrivals at the Prince:
George: A. Del Genovere, Mr. and EFFORTING TO REMOVE
Mrs. W. Nunley, Miss P. Nunley, of! ALL FOOD TARIFFS.


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Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions,
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make my acquaintance. Finally 1
told him of the man across the street
wlo sFared at me. The truth Is I
craved protection. My friend was
sympathetic, but nothing more.
The next day I had occasion to go
out to do an errand In the early morn-
Ing. I bad Just closed the door behind
me when I heard a door open on the
floor below and my friend appeared
He waited for me till I came down to
him. I noticed that be was dressed
all in black. Not a white speck was
visible, even at his throat. I asked if
he had lost any one dear to him, and


said he had uOt. He regarded me
with a singular expression, which I
could not Interpret, but it seemed to
me such an expression as a man to
whonm I belonged might wear or that
of one wht, was making a sacrtllce for
me. We walked down to the street
together. A carriage was standing at
the door. My friend looked at me ear-
nestly. lifted his hat. got into the car-
riage and was driven away. I went


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THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE mi


WATER COMPANY.


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WE CONFESS


Wie admt it framdy the Merchams Bak waits ymr h"-yew --- B v a .we
cam assre yOU that in retrm fomer yew beu. this bk mat e*-y sr a mrwin
wich we hbe eve alm t perfect., hut n tioed mcrity fr every ddsr uagm.
ad to or care.
In coldd, "-"assi"im Siam, here is our juarmtee to every depeII- reId.
l of the amount he may have a this bak.


Capital


Shelby M. Cullom, United States
senator from Illihois, ranks after Sen-
ators Hale, Frye and Aldrich-in length
of service. Mr. Cullom has been a
member of the senate since March 4.
1883.


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Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders Liability


a $100,000.00
0 50,000.00
a 100,000.00


Total, $250,000.00


$250.000.


That amount stands between your deposit aud


any possible loss.


We repeat:


Harry M. Coudrey.


-IIW USt Mboot hin wfthc
aw Ie to Is eM Magai
. d1d n-ot happen to meet or
i says. Then wo met qut fre-
qBttyl I was so conceited as to
tak that be Mearne the bour wten
I Ms from the at tebool and met me
ppoly. P eslbly be might have.
watched at a window for me to enter
the building. At any rate, we met so
flWquently that I felt I had reason to
MaMect that it was not all accidental
After awhile he began to raise bis
hat to mea when te passed. I replied
to his salute with a nod which I tried
to make appear indifferent. There was
nothing presuming in his notice of me.
0only civility. Indeed, his manner waf
e0 defretlal as well as engaging
that 1 was quite won by It. In time
be gave me a scarcly pemrceptible
moile In passing. I did not return It.
I was brought up In America with the
undertanding that if you give a
Frenchman an inch he wil take an ell.
Nevertheless the time ,came when
there was occasion for me to speak to
him. I was carrying some sketches up
to my room. and one slid out of my
portfolio and fluttered down the stair-
case. He ran down after It, picked It
up and handed It to me. His lips
wore one of his sweet smiles, and he
looked things unutterable with his
eyes. Of course I thanked him, but
that was all. I passed on up to my
abiding 'place and entered without a
look behind me.
One day I became aware that an-
other person was Interested in me. As
I entered the building where 1 lived
I saw a face at a window opposite.
It was the face of a man, and he
stared at me. Indeed, It was so evi-
dent that I was an object of marked
Importance to him that I felt trou-
bled. I ran toW the boose took tb;
devatr and was IK f to my -e f,
After that every day when I went
bome the man opposite wao at his win-
dow, and every time be stared at me.
FinaUy I delayed or anticipated my
tlva In order to escape him.
TMere wa& sich a contrast between
his manner and that of the young
man on the floor below me that 1 rath-
er warmed to the latter. The next
time 1 met him I spoke a few trivial .
words to him. He replied In kind.
treating my action as a matter of mere
politeness ahd passed on. After that
when I met him I encouraged him to


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Merchants Bank


(Branch of Voluia County Bank)


A. D. McBRIDE, President
J. B. CONRAD. Vice-Prmident
F. N. CONRAD, Casder


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Harry M. Coudrey, the Missouri con-
gressman who has introduced an old
age pension bill similar to the law in
force in Great Britain, Is a Republican
and a resident of St. Louis. Ile Is a
prominent insurance man.


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Ollie M. James.

entuckv Congressman, High In


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Auto Trouble-Finder?
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It's a little Tungsten lamp
to hitch on to your bat-
Steries to have a conven-
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road.
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!i Class Wines and
LIQUORS
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oldest and largest house i
SFlorida.
Hotel, Club and Fine
Family Trade our
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md Oproupt service 2

N. Bea St. 'Phone 119.
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yo'r a Wind otber Tool. and ,P-
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In feet, for any want call on
2 BARNES
STHE NOVELTY MAN
40 south Beach Street, Daytona, vla.


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The Chas. E.'Gardi


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LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
3:35 today; 4:22 tomorrow

THE WEATHER.
East Florida: Rain this afternoon,
followed by fair andt colder tonight;
Saturday fair and colder; high south.
west shifUting to northwest winds.
Displaymen were warned to hoist
southwest storm warning at 9:30 this
morning. High southwest winds, shif-
ting to northwest are predicted for
tonight; storm over Alabama mov-
ing rapidly northwestward; warnings
ordered from Key West to Nantuck-
et.

Miss Louise Ayres and mother, of
Westerly, R. I., are spending the
winter on Ridgewood avenue.

*If you want to see a good show
attend The Crystal tonight.

Dr. Chas. Foote, who is spending
the winter on Ridgewood avenue,
Joined the excursionists to New Smniyr-
na Friday.

Mrs. C. D. Condon and two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Mary Lowe and Mrs. Maud
Wynn, of Birmingham, Ala., have
rooms at the Waldron home.
**FOR SALE-16-ft. cedar clinker
row boat, with oars and rudder, in
good condition. Apply Chas. McDon-
ald boat yard. 28-2t


The members of the Ladies' Circle
of the Congregational church are
preparing to give a Valentine Supper
on the evening of February 10th.

W. A. Jones, of Louisville, Ky.;
Sol. C. Rice and wife and Miss Nellie
B. Hope, St. Paul, are included in the
arrivals at The Ridgewood Thursday


bK T OOS"'Oma zSTA **Lost-Cover iron for automobile.
B f Please return to Daily News. 24-3t.
htfraw sofa by^^ theB K e &*Iw
af- ..--t. Adolph M. Jaehde, who has been
4^^ ^ -^ __________________ in this city for several weeks, a guest
Sof The Stillman, on his annual piano
tuning visit, left Thursday for his
j 0- "Clarence Vincent is now driving home at Leesburg.
the delivery car of the Daytona
Steam Laundry. Mr. and Mrs. Isreal Putnam and
S- party, Mrs. Geo. Carleton, Mrs. B.
J. P. Turner, of North Ridgewood Putnam, Mrs. Hoffman and son,
avenue, was a business visitor to' came down from Ormond Thursday
New Smyrna Thursday. and had luncheon at The Ridgewood.
*Phone 28 will call for your clean- i *LOST-Elk tooth charm. Liberal
S. ing and pressing 0. S. Burnett. tf reward for return to Daily News of-
*a Mr. W. F. GlUe, Jr., enter- fce.27-3t
a *ybeast party of ten or Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Mott, of Ham-
Msbm with a Dutch luncheon Mond, Ind., arrived Thursday and C. M. Carrier, of Sardis, Miss., who
eteyr eveag at their home 6n joined their friends., the two Messrs. owns valuable property in Seabreeze.
bweo avenue. Hohman and wives, at the Call cot- south of Ocean boulevard, has pur-
tage on Palmetto avenue, chased from H. Y. Stillman 600 feet
A Welch 6-cylinder, 7-passenger of ocean front property north and
t acar for rent. Phone 112, Sar- *BOAT FOR SALE, finest and best adjoining the golf links.
g Inn Garage, George W. P. Des- fishing cruiser in Florida. 28-4t
m. 25-tf E. D. W. ROSE. Daytona. M. Ella De Voy & Co., invite all


be motor for Geo. H. Southworth's
W boat arrived Thursday. It is the
w type Sintz Horizontal opposed,
kose power and is a very fine
e of workmanship.


- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Foye, Jr.,
ft have been visiting Mr. Foye's
A-to and other relatives, leave Sat-
,ty on their return to Jerdevf City.
L J., after a very delightful visit


The Daily News has the best equip-
ped printing plant on the East Coast
south of St. Augustine. Bear this in
mind when in need of printing. Lat-
est type faces, excellent workman-
Sship and good paper is what pro-
duces first class printing.


* LOS;T-FICIk toc d h Hut i. Uiwa I
f id *r rtiiirii it) I aily NtN .s of-
I' 2 -,;


the ladies to their first showing of
Spring Millinery, Friday and Satur-
day, February 4th and 5th. 2S-7t


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from


B. Case was a( Daytona visitor
Port Orange today.


Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Colby were in
the city today, accompanied by Mrs.
E. M. PeRield. They drove down
from Ormond.

Mrs. C. J. Schoonmaker, after
spending a week at the bedside of
her father, W. R. Roberts, left for
her home at Cocoa on Tuesday.

The pupils of the Kindergarten had
their luncheon out of doors today. MiE
Freeman is taking advantage of the
bright days to give them nature
study.


*The Crystal will show their
iroi s tonight five ree's; showing
of the greatest pictures produced
canvas.


pa-
two
on


\V. R. Roberts, who has been crit-
ically ill at the home of his daugh-
ter. Mrs. S. W. O'Brien, on Orange
Ave., is slowly improving during the
past few days.

Dr. LeRoy Smith and wife and Mr.
and Mrs. Albern Anderson, who are
spending the winter at the Carson
cottage, were enjoying an automobile
trip to Ormond and other points of
interest yesterday.


*On and after Saturday afternoon,
tickets for Ingomar will bt on sale
at-Atwood Pharmacy, Peck-H6ndricks
Co., C. E. Gardiner Co.'s, Comfort Shcp
and from members of 0. E. S. and
D.A.R. 28-it

ELKS CARDS-with the beautiful
embossed design, printed to your or-
der-50 for $1.50 at the Daily News
office,


C. S. Branch, who had been visit-
ing with his son, W. C. Branch and
wife at the Willmer for some weeks,
left Wednesday morning expecting to
return to his home in Minneapolis,
but upon reaching Jacksonville, he
reconsidered the matter and decided
to return here and prolong his visit


until later in
back Thursday


the season, so
night.


came


MANY AUTOMOBILES NOTED
IN DRIVE TO NEW SMYRNA.
As an indication of the unmber of
automobiles in use here at the pres-
ent time an instance of Wednesday
afternoon may be noted, when Dr. W.
E. French, in driving to New Smyrna,
counted thirty-three cars upon the
road. While this a fine road and
popular drive, it is only one of the
many about Daytona which must have
had their share of autos.

McKINLEY BANQUET AT
HARTFORD, TONIGHT
HARTFORD. Conn., Jan. 28-The Muo


Mrs. F. XV. Conradt and daughter, Kinley association of Conneqticut will
who are spending the winter at The hold its annual banquet tonight at the
I)espland, returning from Palm Beach \Vauregan, in Norwich.
where they had been on a short trip,
were onil th train wvrcked at Ro'k- gonNonemen* 09onm9momm0 omem
hedg, vstrd ay iaft''rnooi(, ; alo-n isslo m
K\altIafli41. ls IE. St-' aid M j
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Our Sixth Shipment of Sweaters Hi



ATSOUTHWAR BOUND cal
B0A IO venienceatALL NBU ST i.
F!ve Hundred Feet of Free Dock, Free Water, Home-Made
Groceries at City Prices. Launch Supplles. wv os & t *l
STOP ovYzRand JzqOY the FHInvo. we can be' reac by
INDIA.N RIrVER


NEARING 60TH ANNIVERSARY "'
OF THEIR WEDDING DAY. l ..


Mr. and Mrs. John Blymyer, of
South Palmetto avenue, passed the
59th anniversary of their wedding
Thursday. Mr. Blymyer is afflicted
with paralysis and Mrs. Blymyer is
Just convalescing from a severe ill-
ness, but they may yet reach three


score years together as man and
wife and that they may both recov-
er to enjoy many more years of wed-
ed happiness is the hope of their
many friends.


SEVERAL CRAFT
PASS ALLENHURST.
ALLENHURST, Jan. 27-The houw
boat, "Kenesaw IV," of Philadelphia,
the yacht "Frances M,"of Princeton,
N. J., the launch "Kathryn F.," of
Boston, Mass., arrived here yesterday.
After a few days fishing will con-
tinue on to Miami, stopping at in-
north today, bound for Jacksonville.
termediate points. The auxiliar
schooner, "Irene Albury," passed
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