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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
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Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: January 29, 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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WA, FL..ORIDA,. SATURDAY. JAINARY 29, 1910


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I-TRIAL OF MRS.


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LeOOUX-UT FOR NEXT WEEK,
sUT IT MAY BE POSTPONED.


rrO oWA. CriL* Jan. S-The sec-
~.M l o Mrs. Rma Le Doux, con-
lit I@ h bavbag murdered Albert
s o-X. NMeVicr. er former husband, four
UEWWI4[Y1OM ye 0 is scheduled to begin here
a1"-Sai week. During her long confine-
I- Bmemt In Jail the woman has develop-
JIM& d consumption and recently she has
Sen reported to be in a serious con-
__--_- -+ias. Whether her trial will begin
t.Hl 4. -aeet week or be indefinitely postpon-
!ed will depend upon the report of
l the pu hysician who attends her.
The crime for which Mrs. Le Doux
t r. was once tried and sentenced to death
E^ _K attracted attention throughout the
fei: t am country. McVicar, her alleged victim,
at t is said to have threatened to make
ts trouble between the woman and her
musa to second husband, Le Doux, whom she
itor of had married in the belief that McVicar
Swas dead. In order to put McVicar
ll Umtion, out of the way she is alleged to have
allured him to her home and killed
| e~ th.im by administering poison in his
Eu y the coffee. The body cf her victim was
i shipped to San Francisco in a trunk
-pp.'wrhere its discovery by employees of
t.1. t taUratm d company led to the arrest
Sand and conviction of the alleged murder-
Sof es.
the
JAIES J. JEffRIES TO

l START TRANII SOON.
| fliifty-eigt
5 temd-,CLOSES HIS THEATRICAL EN-
Swere' GAGEMENT TODAY IN CHICAGO
a WITH S50000 ADDED TO HIS
*-i!' BANK ACCOUNT.
a. The


fO ]CHICAGO, Jan. 2--Wlth $60,000
Added to his bank account as a re-
Ssu lt of his ten weeks tour of the
country. James J. Jeffries today wind$
istiry o'up his theatrical engagement and
Si meaed will start at once to get into condi-
F 3l. were oti for his coming championship
ftght with Jack Johnson. Several
I a kinfg weeks of hunting and fishing, with all
-- ai 'd the benefits to be derived from life
nw par-In the open air and tramping through
l the woods and over mountains, will figure
Grad' as the first stunt on the big fighter's
Pob, programme. Then will come the ar-
S of the duous grind of the training camp,
were which will continue up to within
V Union and twenty-four hours of the battle for
Ia various the championship.
N ent sep-l1 Just where Jeffries training quar-,
hP y with t;rs will be established is still a
I States in !matter of speculation. Either South-;
kflent of ern California or Mexico will probably


Auto Owner


Don't let that Top "*o biad" put on a coat of
Devoe's Top Dres,,* and for the body, we
have the famous Devoe's Polishing Oil. Ask

anyone who has used tit'i.'.


Gruber-Morris Hardware Company
"* you don't trade with us we both lose mosey."


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iNCH CITY.


TONIGHT CLOSES THE TIME GREAT REJOICING IN PARIS OVER
ALLOWED FOR MUNICIPAL CAN- THE FALLING OF RIVER SEINE
DIDATES TO GET THEIR NAMES -DANGER NOW PAST.
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ON OFFICIAL BALLOT. PARIS, Jan. 29-The river Seine
Entries close today for the mu- has been falling steadily since one
nicipal contest which is to occur Feb-, o'clock this morning. It is now offi-
ruary 9th at the City Hall. The time cially announced that the flood dange
for filing petitions with the City Clerk is past and scenes of joy are evident
closes tonight and only those who throughout the city, despite the ter-
closes tonight and only those who _
rible suffering and devastation. The
have filed will have their names on sun is now showing and some traffic
the official ballot.. has ueen resumed for relief purposes.
Following is the line-up: jM.1.,i sabea have been reopened.
For Mayor-Henry T. Titus, E. W. The government plans an immedi-
Greene and M. H. Zuber. ate inspection of every house in Par-
For Treasurer-F. T. Peck. is, and it is believed that hundreds
For Clerk-A. McF. Porter. will be condemned as unsafe.
For Collector--W. H. Edmondson, The danger of pestilence is serious.
R. L. Smith, Geo. F. Smith, W. G. The food problem for the poor is a
Hobbs and E. L. Bond. difficult one, but relief trains are as-
For Assessor-D. F. Randolph, J. L. sisting to relieve the situation. It
Lynch, W. M. Moore and F. W. will take at least two years to re-
Pope.. store the city, even more to restore
For Alderman-(2 years) Henry some of the buildings destroyed.
Schmidt, Simon Heymann, S. W. Many deaths, yet unknown, are ex-
O'Brien, L. G. Lyman, H. E. Bur. pected to be discovered when the
dick, Jas. M. Osborn. (1 year) E. T. Nowater recetanding the receding flo
Conrad. a Not with nding the receding o,
For School Trustees-(3 to be elect- many buildings are still cavin' In
ed) W. M. Hankins, Wm. Jackson, and it is expected that the ttal
A. J. Wilder, C. M. Rogers, Joseph loss will be augmented by fift r .-
Osborne and E. S. Hall. 'lion from this cause.


BLOOD THAT CAUSED


HYSTERICS WAS ONLY


CURRANT JELLLY.


PORTER WAS PAINTED RED FROM
WAIST TO HEAD AND APPEAR-


THE


ED PREPARED TO JOIN
DEAD.


It is a que-er world with comedy and
dr.ita tt talking haind i;i hand ujo:'
tI Ie stage, and often i, timiel k ,'
k "IXvCst danit er n I' i id d( Ist!tres s

MANY "BOOZE" SELLERS

HAVE BEEN ROUNDED


UP BY SHERIFF SMITH.


FIVE AL-EADY CHARGED W'TH.
ILLICIT SALr OF LIQUOR FCR
NEXT TERM OF CRIMINAL


COURT.


Sheriff E. 1-. Smrii t un: vivr i 'r2
1l-auid today to tak.e l'',,ck .To TI
11 t V sea 'it All", toS t-pl' 1)
%iond. a color. d -lad"x 1:.~U\


MEAT SALES


ARE FALLING


IN NEWYORK.

MEAT SALES FALLEN OFF FROM
THIRTY TO FORTY PER CENT.


IN NEW YORK.


NEW YORK, Jan. 29-Despite the
statement of leading Chicago meat
companies that they are not curtail-
ing shipments of meat eastward, re-
tail butchers here declare today that
sales have fallen off thirty to forty
per cent. They insist however that
they cannot reduce prices permanent-
ly, as packers will merely kill less.
They insist that if packers continue
shipping many carloads of meat will
spoil, as cold storage houses are pack
and the demand is not sufficient to
empty them.

WiLL BROOK NO INTERfERANCE

FROM FEDERATION Of LABOP.

EMPLOYEES OF THIRTY TWO


RAILROADS


ENTERING


NEW


YORK WILL STAND TOGETHER
NEWV Y ORK, Jan. 2;--President
Lee, of the Brotherhood of Railway
Trainmen, in an interview today de-
clared that the empolyees of thirty-
two railways entering NewYork would
brook no interference from the Amer-
ican Federation of Labor, but will in-
sist on demands being met in large
part by the railroads. A conference
will be held next week.


AMERICAN RESIDENTS OF


NICARAGUA UP IN ARMS,


ADMIRAL KIMBALL BEING CEN-
SURED BY RESIDENTS OF NIC-
ARAUGUA FOR UNDUE FRIEND.
LINES TO PRESIDENT MADRIZ
BLUEFIELDS, Jan. 29- Admiral
Kimball, commanding the American
fleet in Nicarauguan waters was ac-
cused today by natives and American


residents of undue friendliness to
President Madriz. Admiral Kimball's
warning to American residents of
take no part in the revolution under
penalty of forfeiting American protec-
tion, has caused intense indignation,
being construed as evidence that the
United States will recognize the Ma-
driz government despite the outcome
of the revolution.


INTERESTING ACCOUNT OF
GAINESVILLE CONVENTION.
A L .t ,.'- 'i bi,- a d

KILLED IN


RELIGIOUS WAR.

FANATICAL RELIGIOUS WAR itN
TURKEY CAUSES THE DEATH
OF TWELVE HUNDRED PERSONS
St. PETERSBURG. Jan. 29-Latedt
advices from the Russian Commander
in Turkestan says that twelve hu .
dred persons have been killed by
fanatical religious war at Bokhara, be.
tween Mohammedans and Persian suan
worshippers. A civil war is threate-
ed and the situation is beyond tM
control of the local troops. Reinforce-
ments started for the scene of hos-
tilities today.


KILLED SIX FiNE DEER


IN THREE DAYS HUNT.


PARTY OF FIVE HUNTERS


RE-


TURN WITH SIX DEER, HAVING
SECURED EVERY ONE THEY


SAW.


Probably the most successful deer
hunting party on record in this sec-
Lion is that which returned from Bull
Island Friday morning, bringing witl
them six deer.
.,e party was composed of T-if "
Stones, R. L. Pappy and T. 0. Mel-
ton, of this city, and Mr. Melton's
.iLlhe:-in-law, L. K. Hatfield, and
friend, H. Lobdell, of Miami, who ar
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Melto=
un Baker street.
They left this city early Monday
morning by wagon carrying with them
necessary camp equipment and four
good hounds, two of them belongtac
to Mr. Melton and two to Mr. Papp ,.
When hunting they formed two parUea
each having two of the dogs.
Three of the party, Messrs, Mel-
ton, Pappy and Hatfield. are veteran
hunters and have shot many deer,
but Fred Stones had only one to hia
credit, previously, and H. Lobdel
had the glory of bagging a fine
buck as the beginning of his hunting


career.
All the deer shot were in excellent
condition and the fine doe that fell
to Mr. Stones was started up by hi-a
when the dogs were not at hand
and was shot among the saw grasm
ihearly shoulder high.
A' ,nE eiime all fol r d(gs eie niup-
ring different dee-,' aiad at another
the hounds of five different hunting
parties wer,, In full cry within a
small radius, itizkng a perfect bed-
i'iin of noise
Th- only tini oc )(c:1irging to mniar the
trip was the less of o:ie of Mr. Pap-
.i, (. ... :A It ;- r, t u.ts,)niewhere
T A IT V i,-ii the hound


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
ostion to Trmt You Right.
bi Us B Your Jewelers.
ROWE & CO.


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By L. C. DEMAREE.
One of Dabootlrs crowaln glo-_
rim to bar hmmipaurable bewl,, No
on.who ever met foot upon'#
smooth, packed sands; no o0ne who
ever pedaled a bicyde ver -fts ex-
Pasmu; no one who ever drove a
Prancing Pair of horses and listen-
ed to the mIping of their steel shoes
Upon Its asphattam-11ke fac; no one
who ever steered a high-powPer an-
tomobile down the broad stretch of
wave-washed and surf-packed sand
but realized that it is a world-beat-
er, a world-wonder. Go stand upon
this wide speedway and see the hap-
py souls flit by in joyous mood, and
answer whether this Is not one of
the seven modern wonders.
The Placid, Pel lucid -Hal ifaxn Rive r.
Where think you is water with more-
picturcsque surroundings? Nearly a
mife w~!e, fringed with tropical vege-
tation, artistic cottages with roomy
verandas looking out upon her bosom,
,,gamey food fishes in countless num-
berrs huc~koning, as iE were, to those
w-ith 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
upwfard.with his floundering load he
snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launched, 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 Ponc e Park
light house, then say whether the
Halifax isn't a thing of beauty and
a joy forever, and one of the Modern
rqnders .
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge-
wood.
Ridgewfood avenue is upon the crest
of a broad ridge, straight as the crow
flies and the wide-spreading branches
of the heavy-trunked live oaks ex-
tond their glant itrms across the mag-
nificent vista, forming an arch, and
frnm theap extendedn arms izreat fes-


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ands of flowing wetlls. It is a con-
tinuous show w~iith constaritlY shift-
ing scene.
Everything goes, froal a 2-horse
power, up to a 200-horse power, and
all degrees of speed from acanter to
atwo-mile-a-minute clip. You will
probably catch the spirit, when you
do the roads and the beach are yours.
The Florida sunshine is free, the


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K L. Waggoner
Resident IhmU""r

Lob on an Xtreeft
in town; also riTer
and occan sit= -
Omeea on
ocean Boulevard


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have enterprising business establi"
lishments, as is evidenced by,
advertisements on the left and
All the attractiveness of --da~
applies to Daytona Beach, the
towns being so similarly siturlA
'The development of Daytona
has been fully as phenominal as
sister on the north, and each
there is a surbstantial growth,


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LAMB MPrjJwftYif%&j
H. Thompson, Agent
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Umeti. PboneOL


f~OSCAR MICHAELL
t CONTRACTOR
i FiMing and Grrding
Heavy lHalift a Specialty.



GOOD MEAT '~
Is Wwanys found at

Our Beef f&mb Pork


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HAVANA CIGARS
Xwft Swclrrh St., Daytona, FL1 0
CALL_ FOR XY CIGARS 0
Clear Havana Smokers 5c.L



JACOB ESPEDAHL
Coal-we or and Bulilder
Designer and Craftsman 0
8uperintownds ~onstruction of Build-
Ine~s. Flanot and R1,*-elfications
bn short notice.
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
--ones""" ON90026098I11


S. H. GOVE
ARCHITECT, BUILDER
and CONTRACTOR
0 Cornv~r Ridgic~wood and Vo luuia.~
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0 Civil Engineers


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)AUTO OWNERS, ATTENTION-.
We are about to enjoy another rise In
Rubber. Don't you think It will pay you
now to favestigate the merits of VulcaIItz-
Ing. With proper wrork you got one-third
more mileage --- uitt' an item at the present
time. Practical work done at THE~ VUL-
CANIZLPRS, COTTA;~z Avicxvz, Wrn. S.
McO~regor.
FM TfUME for FLORMDA ROADS

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


See Dunn Bros.


25c Window.





BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS




Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G.
Dnyvtona Offico over Gille's Phairnincy, hours
2:0r) to 4:00 p. in..
Nose. Throat, Lands and Rhllmatismr treated
by the Electro-Thermoz-Vibratory MLethod.
Daytona Rench Offlee In The Van Valzah
BLOvtk, hours 8;4k)~ to 1(1:(K) a. in. Spv~ccial hours
by oppoirtutinnt.



DR. F. H. HOUGHTON
mop
Dentist
I Office in Peckr Block 0
SPHolqz at West E~nd South Bridge 0



r OSTEOPATHY
a ~DR. J. Q Herman
G raduate under A. T. Still, founder of 0
0 ytoat~ at Kirk~sr-ille. Mitssouri. 0
WIN2THt SEASON IN DAYTONA M
Lobadted on Volusla Ave~nue, 2 doors i
West of Beach St., opposite. The Gables


superficia observer. WVith such lav-
ish wealth of natural beauty It be-
came an easy th ins for the hand of
mma., to give the flinishng touches
which have wrought out the colors
and outlines of the big picture.
Man did all this in the laying out
of the street& with their wide marginfi
of parkage. The entire city becomes
a great park, with driveways Inter-
mecting. miles upon miles of drive-
ways so goou as to attract motorists
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
pavement 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 callous
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 witn 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 earhe~st visit paid
I And summer's lingering blossoms
are delayed.
In one yard roses 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
are scores of citrus groves In prox-
imity to the city, bmnechea bending


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Seabreeze


Six Acrcs of Park-
age. All Modern
Improvements


Rates: $3.00 per
Day and up


L. Z, BURDICK
COMMACTOR
Offd BUILDER
cottages a specialty.
fEstimartes furnisbed
All w~ork guur.
anteva..
S02bre~e. Florida


FITZGERALD

OATES

LAWYERS
Daytona, Fta.


SURF CREST
Daytona Beach
N--,,w -Managenien~rt.
HRtnoOvnte-d througrh-
Oil t oz y a nd honw --
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toons of Spanish moss sway as the
trade winds from the tropic seas
Ifan them Looking straight ahead
down this white shell street one has
Itthe impression of a fairy path with
Selfish draperies, but as you move
Along and cast an eye f irst to tue
Right and then to the left you see dis-
Itinguished cottage homes in the most
delightful settings.
See the glistening leaf of the grand
Magnolia which nature has varnished
as no artists' brush ever could; and
the cabbage palms with their burdens
Iof showy fruit and swiaying palms;
se~e the lov-ely holly with its exquis-
ite berry-; see the climbing vines
run riot in the trees; see the cryp-
toga mon s fornis which gain a foot-
hold on the great oaks and stately
palms, and surely you w-ill join in
the chorus and say that th~is is a
world wonder for beauty.
Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage
Homes.9
No one of Daytona's attractions,
perhaps, commands more nearly uni-
versal attention and praise than does
the artisic cottages The owners of


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Atlantic Ocantoth H sa
thet P oiful tid-warrrbat.
sets them apmi fromDatn
which tbcy havae c to
by =sons of three bridges, a
Sa half-hour favy service.


sorts and are seakin
new frienids every Tow awo i
who desire to camps th
ing zbmmes of beat and coW,
their hotels and bowding
are now te~m-Ioi g splen"
age from the m a a di
class of tourists.
The mean averae t
degrees in the an11;trd 70
in the winter, with an
extrar rise or drop of a few dalne
ation, marks this as one of the
healthful lorticma in any~r '
Sthe country, north, east, south or
The Ocean itself, with its
bach, hard as nuicadam and
as a floor, is the greatest
although earth and air and sky
to have entered into a
to enhance its every charm.
beach is the famous autoonmebani
course where every world's d=4"4~
awaT record has been made a"4si
these records it continves to at
without rivaky.,
The sand of this famous ~j
iscomposed largely of the shdb'
the coquina clam, which MV -
one-half inch long and vc~C~:
For agsNature has been
them up, washing them bac.7 iiaft
surf and pulverizing them.
under the microscope each
is round, unfit for mortar,
say, bCcause its smoothness
its holding together, yet, stifand
contemplate, the very moment a
leaves the wet, apparently soft
these round particles settlee
into a cement almost as hard as
phalt, beyond the colup. cheaoa d
out who ha3 not seen it. itepeft
annnedrep._, as twice each 2
it is entirely rebuilt by the
The beach has a width of 300 to
feet, and can be used from two
after until two hours before hi
thus giving an averagee of seven
Cigat U94n fot automobiling
part of rch day,
Sftltftzt and Darytona Bawh m&
have a permanent population of alow


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FLORIDA


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LUNCH
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L C. CHISHOLM
Tonsorial Parlor
Oldest stand in town
NEW S8YTnA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
Removed Without
Pain
SANTAzYT BATHS

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ICE CREAM
^?~feffomT
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The Bmt of Every-
thing in Our Line


New Smyrna
I the Place
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WOSEILA
Mu. L. MOULLXR
Proprietress
Meals for Translents
a Speclaty
NEW RMYRNA
FLORIDA

ASK
ME
ANYTHING


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I'm Just going to
sit here and flah and
eit Oran .. this
winter. There hri
sone good x enp
grounds near mine.
Oone and pitch \ our
tent on one vmnd join
me on th.4 log.
LoNE ?rWTTnRMA~


ROSE VILLA
Pleasantly Loc.t'-d
on Grindu Av,..
ORMOND, FLA.
Frank Mason, Prop.
Rates: 82.00 .nd 82O)
per dny; $,.6 to
$15.00 per w4ek


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

GUAVA JELLY
MARMALADES AND
TROPICAL
PKtfbURVES
Special Attentioa to
Family Orders
MBGROT AWA1D ATI
Pan American Ex-
position-Buffalo
Wint India Exposi-
tion-4Charleston
Louisiana Purchase
F x ?)o!Stlon. St. I ouis


iE. C. TOTMAN
t>RMON1, FLA.
Fine Groceries
Vegetables Fruits
s.t rind rnokvd
; 5M, ATM


NOUNDGROVE
ORANGES
and
Grapefruit -
Best Grown
Grovi, on St. Augus-
tine Automobile
Rond 10 Milest-
North of
HOTEL ORMOND
Eeed, Knox and
Beed Company
BT LOW Postoffice
t


CALL Olt
OR 1WRIT" TO

IACSN


ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTERESTED
IN PROPZBTY IN
ORMOND OR
ORMOND BIACE
He Will Give Your
Business Prompt
Attention


MILDRED LODGE
(Formerly Mildred
Villa)
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


ORMOND is five miles north of
Daytona, located on the western
bank of the Halifax River. The lo-
cation of the town permits of good
drainage and perfect sanitation; the
elevation is superb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge con-
nects Ormond with Ornond Beach.
Many fine rsiaen-es are main.
trained on either side of the river,
most of them embellished with sub.
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees.
The town is very cosmopolitan,
has an excellent graded school, sev-
eral churches, a 6ine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
comfortable and convenient hotels
and boarding houses.
Ormond has many of the Florida
i 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
Halifax River, while the latter has as
its outlook the magnificent beach and
the broad Atlantic,
The walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
bors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
rustic seats which are mute invita-
tions to enter into the enjoyment
thereof.
Beside; 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 SpanishI
Sruins; drives to the ancient Cause-
Sway built by the slaves of planters
of long aJo, and drives to the planta-
tions of hospitable settlers, whose
places are replete with the interest
of Southern fruits and flowers.
One of these interesting planta-
tions is Numberqiwy., located on the
peninsula, five miles north of the
SHotel 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.

MAND ROOMS TO LET-
fLITAI' Furnished; Modern Im-
COTTAES provements; on River
Front or Aide Streets. RWnts Reasonable.
Writo to W. F. COLBY at Ormond.


One of th4
Groves in
County .


VISIT]
WELCOP


Half Mile
of Ormond


VOLUSIA
COUNTY
BANK-
DSLAND, ILA.

Capita $100,000

A. D. MoBRIDB
President
J. B. OONRAD
Vicoe President
I. A. WOOD
Cashier
mmm

G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drugs, Stvtio"ry,
Huyler's Candies,
Kodaks, Cigars
DELAND, PLA.


J. V. PERKINS


Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


Will Practice In
State and
Federal
Courts

DELAND, FLA.


W: W.D. HAYNES

Grocer
RS DELAND, FLA.


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THE

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and

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Their Reputation
is Established. No
Comment is Really
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PORT ORANGE

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


PAS TTiI!Rfl r9fl


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
winter residents make Port Orange:


PORTIRAUGE
BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
Convenient to Auto-
mnobill Ra+cp (CoLir-'
and Bridge.
Appil to
WM.L C. HOWES
A celit
Port ()rang'. F'.i.


Port Orange


"We Speak for
Your Trade."


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


STEWART & BLY]
Isa" A. Stewart
Egford B"y
Mary Stewart
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Public
DELAND. FLA.


"FOUiTAIN'S"
DBLAND, FLA.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


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

THE GOULD


DELAND, th cout eam Of
Voluia Comity,
tis itated 23 miles omthwem. of
$lytoMa and is reached from the lat.
tr city by an excellent hard-outads
road recently coMastruCed.
At DeLand is located t1 John I
Stetsonm University, one of the lead.
ing educational intitutios of the
Soath. Because of the interest in
matters educational DeLand is known
as The Athens of Florida."
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and intrc.tors. There
are over $400,000 in hIildings and
equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-
ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
rze9nting an investment in building,
endowment and books, of 'more than
$120,000. The library is the United
States Government depository for the
State of Florida, and contains over
15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one
of the newest of 16 buildings, with
its furnishings, represents an outlay
of $60,000. lFIfmbeth Hall is one of
the most beautiful college buildings
in the South.
The city has a population of about
3,500, with a thickly settled country
adjacent. DeLand proper is five
miles east of the St. Johns River, on
the high, rolling pine land of the
great '"Orange Ridge" of Florida.
The predominating products are
oranges and grapefruit, the estimated
crop from this vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches, pears, Japan persimmons,
plums, pecans, guavas, strawberries
and other fruits are grown in plenty.
In the way of public improvements
are many miles of fine shell roads, an
excellent high school, electric lights,
a system of waterworks that is owned
and operated by the city, supplying
the purest water at little cost.
Nine houses of worship testify that
DeLand is a church-going commu-
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth-
odists (Northern and Southern), Pres-
byterians, Christians and Catholics,
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
The graded school offers a ten
years' course, and the building which
it occupies is newly f h"4i160
throughout, and is one of the most
commodious and best equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DILaid
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 hstoric
spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
bubble from the earth every minute.
From DeLand automobile- go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
marl roads; theSt Johns is cossedby
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 iestmnce.


BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO.


Manufacturers
Light Granite, Buff, Red ani
Drab Brick


lr (,i'pt ';i~tv I n-nr.. Promrt hiln-


BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
Manufacturers of
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
Aents:
Msury Is Paints
Paroid Roofing
Whitehall Cement
El Dorado Plaster
Georgia Clay Brick
Bond Sand Briek
DELAND, r wLA.


ALLEN'S
Next to Pobtoffllee
DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS
DIuLAND, FLA.


A. Us. WODALL
The
T-eading
GROCER
I DLAND, FLA.

J.A.
ERICKSON
& ca
Larst Stock of
PManoa, Ordaa$a
sewiftnag Mt
South of Je'oTnvuls
DzLAND. FLA.

Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Shop
800TTW ODGK
DjruLAH FLA.
Manufacturer of
Buggies and Arr


SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSURANCE
AGENCY
DELAND, FLA.
SILAS B. WRIGHT
ManIager
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Three of the Four Pickerts,
flO APPEAR AT THE OPIA IOUSE TONIGHT


THE MABEL PAIGE CANADA'S THREE-
*> COMPANY NEXT WEE. CORNERED ELECTION
r Mis Mabel Paige, supported by her OTTAWA, Jan. 29-Bye elections
,xmoslent company will be here two are being held today to fill the va-
S NOte, commencing Wednesday, Feb-cancy caused y the resignation of
E ZISy 2nd, opening in the domestic
= ediy drama "Tempest and Sun-' Sir Wilfred Laurier, and nominations
a em.," based upon certain incidents wi take place next week. The con-
Sf the book by Mary J. Holmes, of th test will be bitter, three different
18ame name. All the principal char- parties being engage in the fight
. ftet are shown in the play, in fact for political supremacy.
O- tt dramatization follows very closely,
M the book. As nearly everyone has MANAGER FALCONIO TO
i 1d the book a full detail is hardly CONSECRATE CHURCH

Mis Paige as "Sunshine," Miss PROVIDENCE, R. I., Jan. 29-The
t^ Lomdsberry, as-"**Tempest," the two Catholic clergy and laity of Provi-
S @maghters of Joshua Middleton, and, dence and vicinity turned out in force
an- m their names imply, furnish very today to greet Mgr. Falconio apos-
ov og acting parts. Chas. F. Ward, tolic delegate to the United States,
a the father of the two girls, has On the occasion of his first visit to
a n d fga t part. Mr. Luce, Mr. Rhode Island. Mgr. Falconio comes
h aM aad Mr. Lawrence, all to preside at the consecration tomor-
tbav xlent patts. The comedy, of row of the new Church of the Holy
Vhkk thenr is a great quantity, will Ghost. The ceremony will be attend-
b.. t- Ie by Mr. DePew, Miss ed by many high prelates of the
mBinh Miss Clements and Mr. church.


-Tempest and Snnahine" will be
mestd for four peifor"anes in
Jaeksoavllle and it is an assured fact
L ms t ft ished production will be
W s, as the Mabel Paige Co., are
Oted for this. The play for the sec-
d night will be announced later.

NEW COMMANDER OF
THE MAURETANIA.
LIVERPOOL, Jan. 29-Capt. W. T.
Tuner assumed command of the Mau
rtania with its sailing today. It is
stated that the Mauretania and the
Lusiatania will hereafter be in charge
of comparatively young men.


FREDERICK OF DENMARK


FOUR YEARS A KING


COPENHAGEN, Jan. 29-Frederick
VIII today began the fifth year of his
reign as king of Denmark, and the
anniversary was made the occasion of
much rejoicing in Copenhagen and
throughout the nation.
Frederick has proved a highly popu-
lar monarch and a worthy son of Kin
Christian IX. The second son of the
king is Haakon VII, king of Norway.
The Danish king is a brother of
Queen Alexandria of England, King
George of Greece and the Dowager
Empress of Russia.


THE DAYT A DAILY NES
Published every e rtung, except Sun-
day, o Deem o Api by
'Ma~ GAZZTTB-19]BW 'CO.'
T-B. PFrTGuxBAA, Editor-M!angter.
V. S. HARRIS, City Mditor.
Geo. F. O OuCH, Superintendent.
Entered as second-clais matter De-
cember 1, 1909, at the post office -at
SDaytona. FlorItida, under the Act of
March R, 1879.
I




Heart to Heart


Talks.
By EDWIN A..NYE.

RATS."


My dear girl-
Did you know that from a mere
.....man's standpoint the present style of
using *rats.'* or rolls, to puff out your
hair is not a pretty one?
W. C. T. U. MET YES- I dare not say it is hideous. That
TUESDAY AFTERNOON would be personal.
TTEhDA AOne scart-ly wonders, therefore, that
The regular monthly meeting of many of the department stores and
the W. C. T. U. was held at the So- other places where girls or women are
cial Hall, Congregational church yes- employed absolutely prohibit the use
terday afternoon. of "rats."
An entertaining program had been One naturally asks:
prepared, and a full attendance was: Why should a girl try to dbguilse
expected but the thunder shower corn- the shape of her head?
ing up shortly before the meting hour Of course if the bend is ill shaped
reduced the attendance to a quorum there might be some escuse. but really
meeting. However, the faithful few; there tis nothing more exquisite than
present had an enjoyable session. the usual well shaped head of a girl
present had an enjoyable sessi poised on a handsome neck.
though no business of importance! And why cover the forehead?
came up. Miss L. A. Cross was chair-, Along with the fashion of enormous-
man pro tern in the absence of Mrs.: ly puffing out the hair is the further
Herman G. Porter, and the meeting' successful attempt at hiding the fore-
adjourned until the last Friday in; bead by a mass of hair.
February. The forehead of a human being Is
the leading indicative feature of in-
Stelligence. It ais the result of the slow
THE BIRTHDAY CAKE 'evolution, by thouiods of years and
MYSTERIOUSLY DISAPPEAREDt dpWard tendency. Of the low brow of
"- l :the primitive man.
A birthday celebration was held Why try to d this noble feature
last night at the home of Mr. and& Mrs h the face were that of a poodle
R. H .McDonald, on Cottage avenue, dogoodle
R. H .McDonald, on Cottage avenue, 'dog?


in honor of the anniversary of the,
birth of Mrs. McDonald's brother, Ton
Ditson, who holds a position with. the
Southern Express company at this
place.
A large and toothsome cake had
been prepared by Mrs. McDonald, but
when the time came to place it on
the table, it had mysteriously disap-
peared and the feast had to proceed
without it.
Today one of the boarders is suffer-
ing with a pain below the belt and
dark suspicion rests upon him as the
guilty party.

*"For Rent," 'Furnished Rooms,"
'For Hire" and "Table Board" pla-
:ards at the Daily News office, tf


I Judge Henry T. Titus


Candidate for Mayor of City of Daytona


The "rat" Is made of false hair. and
whatever In false and artificial cannot
be beautiful as nature is beautiful.
Besides-
The "rat" Is dangerous. A young
girl of North Bergen. N. J, actually
contracted leprosy from her "new
transformation." The hair of the roll
fad been taken tow the bead of a de-
ceased Chinaman. -
Fact -" "i"
Ought not the horrible Incident be a
warning?
It is impossible to trace the history
of false hair. And you do not know
what germs of disease you are bind-"
ing up in the midst of your hair.
Do you not think nature is the bet-
ter judge of what Is most attractive
in you?
Art may sometimes help some In
beautifying your face and figure, but
it should always be remembered that
art is imitation, and an imitation is
hard to conceal. The "made up" worn-
an runs the risk of discovery.
Am I an old fogy?
Well, so rapidly does fashion change
that when you read this article "rats"
already may be largely relegated to
the limbo where they belong.


I PEERLESS ENIN

A perfect and most eomuucal fad bre
and Stationery -amlm


For sale at aNl bcprle l1


GULF REFINING (


SDAYTONA
SA6ENCY


S. B. Oren,
'Phone No. 70 or 2.Z


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RUSSIAN TERRORISTS


TO BE TRIED.


(Coitinued from first page.)
The court before which Tchaikovsk
and Mme. Breshkovskaya will be
tried consists of the presiding Judge,
officially representing the government
and one delegate each from the no-
ble, citizen and peasant classes. The
case has created profound interest in
the United States and Great Britain
and some time ago a petition signed
by five hundred citizens of New York
Chicago, Boston and Philadelphia was
sent to Premier Stolypin, requesting


that the two defendants be given an
open and public trial, "In accordance
with the time honored principles of
Justice in all nations." In view of the'
fact that Justice is practically un-,
known in Judicial proceedings in Rus-i
sia, especially in cases where the'
defendants are suspected or known
revolutionists, and of the additional
fact that the government and the po-'
lice authorities feel extremely bitter
against the accused, little hope is en-
tertained for a favorable outcome of
the joint trial. Tchaikovsky and Mme
Breshkovskaya have both visited the
United States and have hosts of
friends and sympathizers in this coun-
try, who will anxiously await the final
result. Mine. Breshkovskaya has
spent the two years since her arrest
in December of 1907 in the terrible
dungeons of the fortress of Saints4
Peter and Paul. Tchaikovsky spent
but a short time in the same fortress
when his health broke down and he'
was released on $25.000 bail. furnish-


for a nickel.


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DAYTONA. FLORIDA
Aw -m. Since Last Season.
-u1GJ (ds--Located on River Front
Cm Twice Daily
Om- MOL AmTry Prk N. J.

wlonveI Prince George dock for
MNy .--u ormin at 8:00 o'clock.


HAMILTON


N w and First-Class.


f]DATONA,


FLORIDD.


SDmS with or without Baths.
AL MABEt Prop's and Mgrs
tiL ML MABBET Prop's and lgl"S.


:HE


PINES


point on Ridgewood avenue.
ites 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up


Large,
Tele-


, furn ce beat priSate bath. New and
W MRS J. R HINSKY, Proprietress.


-SEASIDE INN
SIURMnStl -n COrTTAGES
H Hoselike and Comfortable. Directly on
Baing and Fishing. SZ59 Per Day and up
1HORACE F. STEWART -
IftftAC a FLORIDAa {


BE IVY LANE INN"
|M-=I fto theOnm t particular people. Central location.
N me, thM tmo blocks from the clubs, bank. post office,
W. iMend OpO per day-- Opam No vmber to May.
Wina. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.


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Ectrir Lights


Electric Bells


A~ at Th Rit' -00L


Mr. aad Mrs.- C. W. Hanm,'of Citn-
C'nata, arrived in "Daytona yestea-
"yt and are at The Rldge*ood for
the Mmseason. They brought their
car with them.

SMr. and Mrs. Pickert, Miss Blanche
; Picket, Mr. Dodson and Mrs. Lillian
Pickert Dodson, of the Four Pickerts,
afe at the Hamilton. The reminder
do! the troupe have accommodations
at the Glenn.

SFriday's arrivals at The Despland
were: F. Ak. Newbeach, Monroe, N.
Y.. J: Metjen,. Indlnmftpolis; Jos. L.
B.nnrn, W. T. Hadlow, Jacksonville;
Mr.. and Mrs. Demen, Chicago; Mrs.
L. H. Dewing, Hartford, Conn.; Mirs.
Allen Ames, Oswego, N. Y.

A delightful game of bridge whist
was enjoyed at the Austin Thursday
evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. L.
H. Scranton and family of four, who
have been guests at the house for
some time. Ten tables were set and
four handsome prizes awarded. The
evening was one of special enjoyment
to all participating.

Friday's arrivals at The Ridge-
wood were: W. I. Phillips, Jackson-
ville; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hanson,
Cincinnati; J. H. Greason, Mr. and
Mrs. P. S. Jarding, Pittsburg; S. L.
Quimby, E. J. Wygart, Marlborough,
N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Cohn
and son, New York; Mrs. E. A.
Beekman, Miss Anna Perrine, Highs-
town, N. Y.; Margaret D. Perrine,
Philadelphia; B. S. Pearson and wife,
Isaac Hirsch, Chicago; J. B. Conrad,
DeLand.
d
ANNUAL MISSIONARY MEETING
OF CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH


The Woman's Annual


Missionary


meeting of the First Congregational
church will be held at the church on
Sunday evening at 7:30. A pleasant
program has been arranged Mrs.
Richard Stevens will read a paper
and an original poem contributed by!
by' Mrs. Lillian C. Keech will be read (
by WIss L. A. Cross. ..

FORMER TENNESSEE SHERIFF 1
RELEASED TODAY WITH OTHERS (
WASHINGTON. Jan. 29-Capt. Jos. b
Shipp, formerly Tennessee sheriff, to-
gether with LutherWilliame and Nich-*
.olas Nolan, former deputies, who
were serving sentence for contempt
of Supreme Court in connection with 0
the lynching of a Chatanooga negro,


3^ 0UtHN -TO BE ILLEGAL AND
wee IN THE MINDS OF DEMOCRATS


WILL NOT BE BINDING.


Nearly every newspaper in Florida
which has commented on the action
of the State Democratic Committee


held here recently


&SW'a


HOTEL MAGNOLIA
rmw so" .son g r -~
SPEMAL WEEKLY. PAUM= a Ma&DOVELI,
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the errors made and urging that the
committee call another meeting and
issue a call according to the law, as
the one just issued is illegal besides
being distasteful to the Democratic
voters of the State says the Jackson-
ville Metropolis.


No one charges any-unworthy m
tives on the part of the committee, i
the errors made are due to ignorant(
of the law and the rights givenI
the members. The Metropolis w1
the first to discover these errors, ai
that the mistakes are serious ones
evidenced by the criticisms in tt
State press. Unless these mistake
are rectified there is a belief tht
they will result in much friction, an(
in the minds of many, the results
the primary will not be binding c
Democrats. It is said that severs
State Senators have taken thi
view.
The Pensacola Journal, in speaking
of the matter, says:
"The state Executive Committe
seems to have made more than on
mistJ.ke in the primary cali wh" h i
ad;,ied at its JacksonIville m,.tttin
Tht. Journal, therefore, sugge._. t'a
the committee again ge' togCtLher an
,r."r -ct its numier(,as errors.
"The committee's inst ciror was i
exceeding its authority by leaving th
offices of Circuit judge and State'
attorney out of the primary. Its oth
er errors consisted in its failure-n
doubt, an unintentional failure-to ir
elude the office of United States Sen
ator in the primary call, and of mak
Ing a provision for the payment o
poll taxes in direct conflict with th(
State law governing such provision
There may also be other errors which]
have not yet come to light.
"Now, in view of all these circum
stances, the committee should do on(
:f two things, viz: It should reas
semble and correct its errors, or i
should do so by referendum vote o
:he members. The campaign commit
tee can easily prepare a form foi
each member to fill out, sign and re
turn to the chairman, and the mem
bers can thereby authorize and rati
'y such changes as are necessary tc
correct these mistakes.
"If Chairman Price and his cam
paign committee will get busy at
once the matter will soon be settled


were released today, and leave to- GENERALLY OBSERVE
night for Chattanooga. Gibson, Ma)s GENERALLY OBSERVE
and Padgett, who were sentenced to CARNATION DAY.
sixty days for the same offense were WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan. 29-Car
released a few we.as ago. nation Day, as the birthday anniversL
i"y of William McKinley has come tc
*"For Rent," "Furnished Rooms," be known through the land, was gen-
"For Hire" and "Table Board" pla- rally observed in Washington today.
cards at the Daily News office, tf Public- officials, from the President
down to the pages of tihe House and
Stagn Struck-Is the nminnaer in" Senate, appeared this morning with
Manager-He is r'ut. Sta-e Struck- red carnations in the lapels of their
Funny! A goutl]eian at tlhe entnri (- coats. The anniversary was further
just told me that you are the man- o ved by memorial exercises held
ager. Manager- That's true 'ioullh observed by memorial exercises held
but I'm out. all the same. l'i out under the auspices of the G. A. It.,
about $1.r> onf that last play I staged the Spanish War veterans and varin-
-Boston Courier. ous other organizations.
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1the State, reached by train,

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English Walnuts, new crop-lb..20c
.Brazils, new crop- ... .. l b...2c
Almonds, new crcp -.. .. Ib. .25c@
Mixed Nuts .... .. ......
Florida Pecans ...... .. .. 200
SheUled Almonds, .. .. .. .. .. ..60c,
Seeded Raisins.. ..13c lb., 2 for 25c
Currants .. .. .. 13c lb., 2 for 25c
Apricots, evaporated .. .. ....18c
Peaches, evaporated ...... .. 15c
Pears, evaporated .. .. .. .. .. 20c
Oranges, per dozen, .. .. .. 15c
Graperuit, each .. ... .. 5c
Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions,
Turnips, Beets,Parsley, Mint,
Carrots, .......... all 5c bunc
Pineapples ...... 10 and 15c each
Cranberries .. .. 13c qt., 2 for 25c


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INDIA and CEYLON
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_____ MKiSoftwbkieb Ivoves Uteumets put
the pmzeba" of the canal property
k)W 5J f4es Ulm. flaub of the United States ch
bf OC I&W rwk. The al low ibelkM ostbt
UM .MPIGentIanCIM paignand webed tbi
$0 4N~t t08t he GenaauadeA the proeseutl on
NVW eary A. WOWe. United States district attormey
Wm m i m Joirs D Uuadmay and (De Lancey Nico4


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is No Place


Da


:ona


it which to spend the winter
f iL Daytona is known the
r the Prettiest Resort in
d*e Be-iy of the City is as
i &e Universe left It.


mmiamt, l I 0A" 0m p
a 4is emy WMi' .rr $a&
$*" MW -+w m% i ho .and t-e m
I y N *- delay. I atrom. r at L
H o:rt tu ua mI w a 0u
dew tWek Me WaY p old autuln
al Im a- U- tC ia. it ,rrur
m ll s m ll oave ,ome to
Jaoe" a&-- I -opet tewq ft r
2 Uo N=W 6WIam W" ase 00S awu
I fMl-M iook of jo w e -caumm
S"Amrw you Mm Duboblr I asked.
"And I atm duoa Boyr, wtt
Tftet A"& Tint .attorney.-
AJb. e'eS voum (It Is yon I have
baum expecting."
I got into the buggy wttb ber, and
sbe drove me to her borne. As ioon
S we alighted she began to stare at
m. Then she said to me In broken
Prench: 0
-Pardoo. You are the Image of my
late husband. When I saw you at
b- the station I thought for a moment
Syou were he arisen from the dead.
SYou bear G Fre.nec name. I see. Yon
e must be of French extraction."
j "My father came to America from
f DUjon before 1 was born.-
S "FProm Dijon: My husband's family
It live there. 1 came from Parts a few
months ago. 1 am here to secure
some property that was owned by my
uncle, who came here years ago.--
Mine. Dubols showed me her hus-
band's likened. and my resemblance
to him was astonishIng. It was evi-
dent that be and I had sprung from
the samine stocAk. His widow must have
loved him very dearly, for she could
not disguise her feelings at meeting
one who resembled him. and she treat-
ed me as though 1 were he who had
returned to her.
My feelings at this treatment were
singular. While it was pleasant It)
be coddled by a pretty woman, my
amour propre was ruffled at being the
recipient of especial attentions as the
represenrtatrin of another-a dead man.
At one moment I would experiteice a
delicious gldtnee, at the next would
knit my brows at the thought that I
was being worshtiped as a wooden Idol.
Then when Mme. Dubols saw that I
was troubled she would give me a
A teous look from her big black liquid
e% and 1 was In haven again.
My widow spoke but lleZoW b
and I not a word of French. The con-
aequenm was that we fell into pan-
tomime. and pantomime In often more
expresive than words. Indeed. love
can be better indicated by one look
than by a dosen languages. I soon
got used to representing another and
discovered that any omission of a dis-
play of affection for tte dead had a
harrowing effect on the living.
Of course I did not get a proper
knowledge of the business Mine. Du-
bolt wished to Intrust to the firm of
Twining & Twining before the last
train had left Saturday night. 8he
declined to take the matter up on
Sunday. She was very methodical.
Her tirst Inquiry was what would be
the amount charged for legal services.
I had been Instructed to ask for a


retaining fee of $50. but declined to
name any future amount. Next she
gave mee nil account of how the prop-
erty had been acquired and lastly a
statement of claims made upon it by
builders and others.
I bad been looking into the case of
Mine. DubLois three days when 1 re-
ceived a note from my employer ask-
ing when I w,,uld return. I replied
that. since our client spoke very little
English. iiuch time must be spent in
getting the tacts. Two days later 1
received a peremptory order to return
at once.
I was standing in the hall bidding
Mine. Dubois goodby when she said
to me:
6"Ze retaining i'argent? Must 1 pay
nowr
"*'My firm usually collects that before
taking a case."



~~hPyou =So't hawani'
~haeVhis'Sba p rIinkyen
g~'. 3tt ehe mMthe 4gWas a
age at Ohatpoint In'the emomvitlom.
-W"btook plowat the o&Wal't do
SWrflhY roMdom wi*- MW&tjbs'a
ftbafi Evart st* beo VGeU nWaa.. a
maji black and ftantrir a4
mm tme*gspi n made N0a yapoft lit.
lift to aw lowaeoqhed fral
To Kr. HBrW" chagrw bhisd" lpav
a*e 4Mma yedyep MA so54 dippear.
"He may be a great Ugbteor, mM
umrsHatamy ina *aMW!tbar-m'tone. "but
bee a pow Judgew odamtbat new- wan


Km Rum

Ow. of lnia'ksvies ading Experts
Un Arctic Work.


Knud Rasmussen, the Danish explor-
er, who upheld Dr. Cook's claims for a
long time. is one of the best known
men In the little kingdom. He expects
to head an expedition to the north
pole soon.


John F. Fitzgerald.

Former Mayor of Boston, Who
Sought Elestim Again.


John F. Fitzgerald was mayor of the
city of Boston In 190)6-7 and was for-
merly a member of the national bouse
of representatives.


Nathaniel H. Taylor.


Newspaper Man Named For Mayor-
altv of Boston.


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THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE aul


WATER COMPANY.
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We admit it fraky the Mercdats Bmb waos yw bahs


cam assure ye thait in retmn for yor. humoess, ta hbank mnt o ly nors a s MVm
which we believe almost perfect, but uquest.ed secity for every dolor esunil-
ed to our ecre.
in coul, _.a-m fiBures, here is our guratee to every dAepiitA reard-
less of te amnbt he -ay have in this bank.


* a a


a $100,000.00
a 50,000.00
S100,000.00


Total, $250,000.00


That amount stands between your deposit and


any possible loss.


We repeat:


This bank wants your business.


Merchants Bank


(Branch of Volusia County Bank)


A. D. McBRIDE. Preident
J. B. CONRAD, Vie-Prsidet
F. N. CONRAD, Cashier


Daytona, Florida


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M S Library Tables

Chairs and Rockers
Hall Racks and Clocks j
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Auto Trouble-Finder?

SIt's a little Tungsten lamp
to hitch on to your bat-
. series to have a conven-
ient light when out on
road.

J. B. GARRISON
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U When in need of
* 0
SHigh Class Wines and*
LIQUORS
* Write for Price List to the a
Oldest and largest house in
Florida. .
S Hotel, Club and Fine
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In fact, for any want call ont
BARNES
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:-A Bmdhdii's Love Affair


-The 6ol Goddess


-Whots Your HOw"?
3*e S"ke cream



MATINEE '3:30


TBOS. W. LANE
S"i-- a-d Momoloue


fIUISTRTED SONG
C UBT WOODS' ORCHESTRA

bwe eenPased upow, by th. Now
,To& Vwb Cgow Board


Nl.,s. C. %V. Frawae aid Mrs. E. T.
f __, IAllen, of New York City, are occupy-
|- ^I T ing a Lrown cottage, 233 South Ridge-
.|- ^^P^^^ \wood avenue. They will be joined
,J -next week by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wea-1
verson.

,i, ^ *Sewing machines for rent by week.
^o," month at Singer Sewing MachineI
MUs. M. 8. Ludlow and Mrs. Walk- Co.'s store 107 N. Beach St. m&s-tf
r a guest of The Parkinson, were
ooevlle visitors Friday. Rev. A. J. Wilder, rector of St.
SMary's Episcopal Church, and M. P.;
ose 28 will call for your clean- Cornwall, as delegate, attended the
Iod pressing 0. S. Burnett. tt Episcopal Convocation at Orlando this
week, making the trip in Mr. Corn-
a. wall's car. They were accompanied
... as a visitoraby Mr. Cornwall's mother, Mrs. J. H.
ear by points on
i Cornwall, and a friend, and returned
SThursday night.
I
DON'T FORGET !t.
ONT FORGET FOR SALE-Nice mare and bug-
rday Candy at Young's Phar- gy, suitable for draft or driving.
mmy at 2cts. a pound. 28-2t Qualities guaranteed. Apply to Ga-
zette-Ners office. d24-mws


Mrs. Herman Beck, of New York
City Is visiting with her friend, Mrs.
Leon Vann and family on WVest
Uanolia avenue.


Solme enterprising citizens of Sea-
',rocze have joined in the work of
h A i ii v t hd rtr v zitc .- v/l iiir-ti.ti m 4.f tht,.


LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
S 4:22 today; 4:50 tomorrow
i
*THE WEATHER.
For Eastern Florida: Fair tonight
and Sunday; frost tonight and in
north and Interior of central portion
light to moderate west winds, be.
coming variable.

Tie offering at the First Baptist
church tomorrow morning will be
Laken for foreign missions.

The Actors' Child League arrived
this afternoon in charge of ;diss Nella
Whipple, assisted by Miss Corinne
de'Armour.

*Large furnished room, with break-
fast, or privilege of preparing same,
Ji a-ii ad electric lights. P. 0. Box
637.

Mrs. Catherine DeLong and daugh-
ter, Miss Mona, of Wopaponeta, 0.,
are spending the winter at Daytona,
located on First avenue.

Mrs. Montana S. Ludlow will sing
a solo, with violin obligato, by Miss
Eleanor Walker, at the Congregational
church tomorrow evening.

Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Hulet, Mr. and
Mrs. J. WV. Shields and J. WV. Morgan
and family left yesterday morning in


RECEIVED SUBSTANTIAL
TOKEN OF ESTEEM.
At the Episcopea Convocatton held
at Orlando this week Bishop W. C.
Gray, bishop of the Southern diocese
of Florida, was presented with a
purse of $1,000 in gold, by the people
of his district, upon the fiftieth anni-
versary of his ordination to the priest-
hood.

ENJOYED FISHING TRIP
- TO SPRUCE CREEK BRIDGE.
Mr. and Mrs. Ozias, of Miamisburg,
Ohio, who %re spending the winter in
Daytona, accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
SL. Gunn and children and Mrs.
Gunn's mother, Mrs. J. J. McDow, on
a fishing excursion to Spruce Creek
yesterday morning, returning in the
afternoon. They drove down to
Spruce Creek bridge and fished and
ate a picnic lunch in that vicinity.
Several fish, new and strange to Mr
and Mrs. Ozias, were captured, among
them a stingray.
They enjoyed a very pleasant out-
ing, although the rain of the after-
noon shortened their pleasure but
failed to dampen their spirits.

A FINE PERFORMANCE AT
OPERA HOUSE LAST NIGHT.


By Express To


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Both Ladies' aud


$3.50 $4.00-


FOST ER


Our Sixth Shipment of Swedier


The Pickerts and their stock com-
pany of sixteen people scored anothLer
,. ,,. nii in thdir production


tneir several CLUrs tr a n atLouluuI of the Myron Leffingwell version of
trip to Orlando. St. Elmo. The play seemed to be
properly staged and every character
*LOST-Elk tooth charm. Libt-ral protrayed. Special mention is
reward for return to Daily News of-: due to Miss Lillian Pickert and Val
tice. 27-3t C. Cleary, also Grace and Blanche
Pickert, Clint Dodson, Bert Edwards,
Mrs. J. R. Maiby returned last night in fact the entire cast was well bal-
fromn Jacksonville %%here she had been I ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^^
from .Jacksonville where she had ben anced and the play gave the best of
summoned earlier in the week by the satisfaction. The illustrated songs
ilhnes. of her son Alfred, who is again; and the specialties by the Four Pick-
ab to be about, erts are the up-to-date latest ar-
rangements.
Geo. A. Foye, Jr. and family, left The Captain's Double, a four-act
this morning on the early train for iity coey drm, t n
Jakovlewee hytk hlmilitary 'omedy drama, with new i
Jacksonville where they take the specialties will close the P.ickerts
Clyde Line steamship for New York, present engagement.
on their return to their home at Jer-
sey City, N. J. -__
BROKEN ARM RESULT OF
*T &T f.0A.'n har "in- &Aw ft fi II I &1J B tJ fta%"Iat%


j.'O8 -La .UJy UA jr LIPL, JULalulugA
two stones. Return to Mrs. 0. M.
Healey, Howard House. Liberal re-
ward will be paid. d-27-3t
Mrs. Win. Ronald and her mother,
Mrs. M. GrotJan, expect to go up to
St. Augustine next week, to visit with
Mrs. W. L. Cook, who has returned
from New York and will spend the
winter in St. Augustine.

The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Congregational church will


oWINra.


Robert Sperry, a sixth grade pupil
of the public school, received a brok-
en arm as the result of a high jump
from a swing.
The accident happened at the
home of W. E. Blodgett. Arthur Blod-
gett and certain of his boy friends,
Robert among the number, were hav-
ing fine sport in the back yard swing-
ing out on a rope swing, the other
end of which was tied in the bows
of a tree, making a high jump at its


pack a barrel of clothing and other longest distance. In doing this stunt
articles for Pleasant Hill Academy, Robert Sperry fell with his arm under
Tennessee, Wednesday, February 2. him with thd above result. He was
All donations can be left at the taken to Rev. S. D. Gammell's apart-
church at that date, at 9 o'clock in ment house, where his father. Har-
the forenoon. ry B. Sperry, a season sojourner, is
spending the winter with his family,
T. Grotjan Ronald and a party of and the doctor was summoned. On
friends are expected up from Cocoa examination it was found that one
tomorrow, by automobile, and after of the bones of the right arm was
a brief visit will return to Cocoa, ac- broken; it was promptly set and the
companied by Mrs. Ronald who has patient is reported as getting along
been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs very nicely this morning.
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BOAT SOUTHWARD SOUND
BO\A venience at AT-T WNHURSTr
Five Hundred Fe.t of Fre'e Dock. Free Water. Home-Made a
(rocerit-s at City Prices. Luurnch Supplles. W CARSY tho10
lIOP OVER Und ENJOY thti- IsulHIN. We can bh erched byA
INDIAN RIVER COMPAV1e
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CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
Sunday School at 10 a. m.; preach-i
n-g :t 11 :', a. mi., and 7:30 p. m.1
1cI- in, Sic'2ess;" evening subject, "The Rich
Man's Failure.'" The public is cor-
dially invited.


EPISCOPAL CHURCH SERVICES
St. Mary's, Daytona-Sunday School
at 9:45 a. m.; holy communion, 7:30
morning prayer service, 11 a. m. Mu-
sic by vested chorus choir.
Grace Church, Port Orange-Ser-
vice and sermon, 3:00 p. m.
Grace Church, New Smyrna-Servlce
and sermon, 7:30 p. m.

DUTCHES TO LEAVE MONDAY
ON CRUISE DOWN THE RIVER.


The Dutchess. Major A. B. Foster's
boat, Is taking on supplies for a week
or ten days' fslahing trip to Indian
River Inlet. Major Foster will ave
for his guest, A. L. Davis, of Cleve-
land, Ohio. They expect to leave
Monday morning and will fish in the
vicinity of Indian River Inlet and
possibly make a trip up the St. Lucle
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Next Wed. and Thu.
MABEL PAIGE CO.


Manhattan Opera Co.
FEB. 8th to 12th


Seats on Sale at H,2nkis'
Drug Store.


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