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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 31, 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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CUPSCATD CONETEST OVER
A ACUMTTS ESTATE OF
A WARTUR MILLION DOLLAR
DOSION. Jan. l1-When William
J. COWbtt died two years ago he left
a will om th bottom of a wash tub
d-it of a fos Lute of a quarter
46 0 MiUDm doars. which he had ac-
.nafd in the Junk business. The
court eed the will to be invalid
G today a hearing was begun in the
0eo09t brought by those who claim
to be the heirs of the dead Junk deal-
er. The coatet was first brought
by Albert and Frederick Barlow, half
brstbM of Corbett. Recently, how-
Wer the came was complicated by the
uperancle on the scenme of James
P. Oorbtt the brother of the dead
man, whose whereabouts had been
Uikaown for years Francis F. Cor-
bett was working in Newark, N. J.,
whom he happened to read in a New
York paper of the death of his broth-
er. He came to Boston on the first
train and easily succeeded in estab-
lishing his identity.


TE MElU STATES TO


S PORTS TO CHINESE.

HEREAFTER BOSTON WILL BE
ONLY EASTERN PORT FOR YEL-


I -' LW INMORGANTS.
W T I!b-I BOSTON, Jan. 31-All stations on
* Lat atbo 'the border through which Chinese
S have been admitted in the past, with
iyearasthe
bsme a ithe exception of Boston, will be clos-
S gieM the Aafter today.
on dlBth The bulk of Chinese immigration
t "b- in the eastern part of the country
tbwa will therefore be through Boston.
Stations to be closed are those at
B. Malone, N. Y., Richford, Vt., and
4 bobs Portland.
swif h ThliM new order was issued by Chas.
i Nags, secretary of the department of
1.8180 co2MMr e and labor, whose original
y c-intiention was to have all chinese ex-
bay Ia*Mimd at Vancouver, B. C., and, if


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Cotton and Wire Woud Hose that bears this

year's guarantee. The secret i buying hose you
must remember is to procure from fresh stock.


Gruber-Morris Hardware Company
4"I yo don't trad wit= we boti eI* m" e.'


THE DAYT


ROAIl


OnAM-DELAND

) RAPIDLY GOiNG

fRM BAD TO WOSE.


SADLY IN NEED OF IMMEDIATE


TWI NAVAL OffICERS


ARE ON TRIAL BEFORE


COURT MARSHAL AT BOSTON.

EXACT NATURE OF THE CHARGE


REPAIRS -AUTOMOBILES BAD- AGAINST THEM SURROUNDED
LY CUTTING THE ROADWAY. BY CONSIDERABLE MYSTERY.
Hell is paved with good intentions BOSTON, Jan. 31-A court martial
-so is the road between Daytona to try paymaster G. P. Auld and Past
and DeLand The magnificent road! Assistant Surgeon A. H. Robnett of
bed is fast deteriorating and unlessIt'nita t aenavoned
something is done with It immediate- the United States navy opened at
ly, by springtime the $80,000 spent the Charleston Navy Yard today. Cap-
L.y Volusia county in its building will tain J. M. Helm is president and Cap-
be as naught, tain H. J. Hirschlnger, V. S. M. C.,
The heavy travel by automobiles is.
.,,is judge advocate.
cutting the marl very rapidly, espec-
ially when it rains. Immediate re- The exact nature of thy cfar^
pairs could be made and the highway* against the two officers is surround-
saved. That marl is not a substan-, ed 'vith considerable mystery. Th,.
tial road material has been proven in charge was brought by Medical In-
-this case, although some may say.,.dltR.Aic t
tIt tt fault lies in the quality bI .Ame attaced to the
the marl. navy yard, who accuses the two o'-
The road between Daytona and New ficlers of insulting and assaulting )Dr.
Smyrna practically takes care of it- E. S. Cowles at au entertainment ai
self, because it is built foe the most )r. Ames' house last month. I:.
part over shell beds, and shell itself
( owles is a cousin of rear Adlmir'.i
used for the entire road. It has beer
suggested that Volusia county would, W\illiam S. Cowles.
be wise in investing in an automo- For the first time in many years Li
bile truck, and with it transport shell addition to the ordinary charge, aj:-
from the mound near Port Orange to pars the curious old accusation o
the el~n rod. Te epens ofpears the curious old accusation oL
the DeLand road. The expense of ,
ta. Te e s of "while on shore maltreating an in-
such a truck would be far less than
for hauling marl much lesser distance habitant," which is reminiscent of
with teams, and the road would Le the old wooden navy.
far more lasting Naval circles are much stirred up
The road is growing worse day by over the trial. When it opened this
day and its condition has become the ...


go -W e enter at Seattle. But the subject of criticism by most ever
in 1M Catdian Pacific Railroad made ar- one who travels it..
C me r meats to carry the aliens across
at_ t mthe ostinent to Halifax, N. S., from
ilpi t their ships at Vancouver and from ANERICANS REACHING OUT
tIere to Boston by the Plant line.
BowOU being a statutory port could AIT| U
at be closed on a department order. IALTE CUBAN TRAI
i ay ITh Warraagement will mean an in-
lJot cnse of about 600 Chinese appli- COMMENCING TO-MORROW
s cats each year, and the nationality


IBN ther e oBso ytePatln.'Swlfn n^^^ na THROUGH PACK wi ill form an important proportion of
foreigners held at the detention quar- BE OPERATED FROM CHICAG
I* terms. Chinese Inspector McCabe will
mloy be given more assistants TO KNIGHT'S KEY.
awyst rec-
4^t -~and- CHICAGO, Jan. 31-For the pli
4a bwnew6 CLARK COLLEGE TO pose of aiding this city in comiIet ir
kt young! INSTALL NEW HEAD i G ermany and England for tl
Wrt them- WORCESTER. Mass.. Jan. 1I-Offi- I
(ati'ai trade. the Illinois Centiral .ii,
cial delegates representing vail'i'ui
-!seats of h warning thirouglhout the coun- ig Fur Iailroads have ar'aiged I
i'irv are arriving here ito attend the operate e beginning tomorrow a throu;
!a PROJECT .nauguratlon toiiiorlro of lIr. Edmund package car by way of Knihits I.
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morning reporters were reiusea aa-
mission to hear the testimony.


WESTON READY FOR HIS

5. WALK FROM Tilt PACIFIC.


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IN TIE f PA

SEINE RECEDING ONE-HALF INCH
PER HOUR-THE SITUATION IS


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STILL GRAVE.


PARIS, Jan. 31-With 200,000 home-
less in Paris and its suburbs, and
300,000 without employment, and hun-
dreds still imperilled by the flood
and acute distress on every hand,
the city is today preparing to fight
possible pestilence and rebuild.
The Seine is still receding but only
about a half an inch per hour. In the
suburbs many families are still im-
perilled, and boats are bringing ma-
rooned families from the roofs and
upper floors to land. Many hae


been without foo
Some are delirious
ly ill from expos
The grave dang
onstrated today
the Rue St. Taza
tin sidewalks into
streets are closed
The authorities
charge and disinf
iag thie reopening
tos of tht city
-,i,e all ipplicant
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AND MACE
LACKING.


STRANGER BROUGHT HERE FRM
ATLANTA SOME WEEKS AGO
DECAMPS WITH HIS EMPLOY.


ER'S MONEY.


F. F. Smith, saw mill owner, wjW
lives a short distance south west 4
this city, was robbed Friday after
noon of between $250 and 4300, by a
man he had brought home with hid.
from Atlanta, Ga., about three wedo
ago.


d for several days. Mr. Smith met the man, or ratbM
is and many serious- boy, for he says he was but eighteen
ire. years of age, in the railroad depot o0
er was further dem- Atlanta, while waiting for a train tQ
b the collapse of return to Daytona, and the fellow.,
re and Rue Caumar- who appeared like a green country
the and u Cau youth, appealed to him for work.
Ithe subways. Many"Mr. Smith told him he was on hia
Ito the public.
will take immediate way to Florida where he conducted
will tak c it. ei- a saw mill and would give him work
f e c t t h ec c i t y P e n d .. .. ..,
Scin the mill at $l.5u per day. He said
of mainy closedd por-
S iv e lo he would be glad to get away fro
the authorit-ies will _
t00 aUthoriis illAtlanta, but had no money, so Mr.
: a cihance to e-nrn h paid
aSmith paid his railroad tare and ex.
[1 titie (' t. ,
)ptiieS O tii is city \ith the under-
statdin.i g that it \\'t t )- b repaid from
I ||Ll his wages.
liih.r' V \ .- 1.)0 U ';i :" (o:k for him
V AfhIII the present so Mr. Smith kept
1 MOllRNING t"I-. him busy as much as possible about
the house and Mrs. Smith says she
(IULLED ANOTHER several times reproved him for hIi
p)rying ways, but merely thought It
ESCAPE-DETAILS: arose from an undue amlount of curl-


At am early hourLi tlis morning a
murder was committed at Oak Hill.
C('omumunication with the hlieriff's of-
fice at D)eLand elicits no further de-
tail.s. Sheriff Smith was on his way
tLo Jak Hill at noon, although from
a message received here by Deputy
Sheriff Myers it seems that a negro
named Will Jones killed another ne-
gro and then escaped and is still at
large.
Oak Hill being cut off from tele-
phonic communication, details are un-
obtainable.


WENT TO PICTURE SHOW;


LAUGHED TILL HE DIED.


JOHN HOLCEND, OF BROOKLYN,
A TO START TOMORROW ON LONG


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JOURNEY FROM LOS ANGELES.
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LOS ANGELES, Cal., Jan. --ld
N ard Payson Weston, h -e ftats a-
Spedestrian, have made ;Im ifaIlimt.-
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BECAME HYSTERICAL OVER A


MOVING PICTURE.


NEW YORK, Jan. 31-Although the
dileath certificate signed today a6-
'ri hte "overtaxiiig of heart" as cause
I dltath, John loflBr.lid. (f irooklynii.
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osity.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith have been pre-
paring to move a house on the De-
Land road. a couple of blocks west ot
Ridgewood avenue, and on Friday Mr.
Smith set him at work piling some
wood at this place. Mr. Smith wenttQ
New Smyrna for the day and at nona
Mrs. Smith took some dinner to th
young man on her way to a mill whio"
Mr. Smith has been operating ontUm
Tomoka river.
A lady living near by, says that
as soon as Mrs .Smith had gone the
boy also left, evidently to go directly
to the residence, knowing that neith
er Mr. or Mrs. Smith would be
home before night.
When Mrs. Smith did return at a-
bout half-past four the boy was not
about but had left his suit case ready
packed with clothing belonging to Mr.
Smith as though he had intended to
take it but for some reason had taUel
to dQ so,
Wheii Mr .Smith returned at be-
tween ten and eleven o'clock she re-
ported the fellow's disappearance. Mr.
Smith at once thought (of his safe,
but his wife assured hnim that it wai
all right as sh, haild L: ti tr ,erfre
she left at i(.ou) ii ..1 .',. 1 r.!r -


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HAVANA CIGARS
Morth Beach St,. Daytoua via. _
CALL FOR MY CIGARS
SClear Havana Smokers 5c.


J JACOB ESPEDAHL
S -Contractor and Builder
SDesigner and Craftsman
S8up-rintends Construction of Build-
i ln Plans Hliu ftp-('illcalIOI Io
,(,l Short Notlet'-.
| 1AYTi'NA, FI'RIDA. 0
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SOSCAR MICHAEL
I CONTRACTOR
Filling and Grading
Heavy Hauling a Specialty.'
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h aiwtayb found at I
BIRCHWOOD'S i
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On or e Smg be,
rtie t her Ia.uBIMpEa each. No
|m w o etm ; bt upm Isw
bW- NO

evr pedaled a bncye Iover fa eU -
"ame; n am who ever drv a
praneg pair of oMrMes and iMen.
ed to t po ft their steel show
upoMa Its aphaltm-ke ace; no.e
who ever steered a high-power au-
P tomobile down the broad stretch of
Swave-washed and surt-packed sand
but realised 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
Answer whether this is not one of
i the seven modern wonders.
o;The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.
j Where think you Is water with more


picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringedvwith tropical vege-
tation. artistic cottages with roomy
verandas looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless num-


bers t-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 field
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
a joy forever, and one of the modern
wonders.
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge-
wood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest
of a broad ridge, straight as the crow
flies and the wide-spreading branches
of the heavy-trunked live oaks ex-
tend their giant arms across the mag-
nificent vista, forming an arch, and
from these extended arms treat fes-


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AUTO OWNERS, ATTENTION-
We are smbout to enjoy another rise in
Rubber. Don' t you think it will pay you
now to Iveatigaie the merits of Vulcaniz-
tng. With proper work you get one-third
more mlleae--quite an Item at the present
time. Practical work done at THE VUL-
OANIZURS, COTTAOx AvxxrE. Wni. 8.
McGregor.
F TIRES wr FLORIDA ROADS

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


See Dunn Bros.


25c Window.


Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G.
Daytona Offlc. ov,,rGilI-'.s Pharmacy. hours
2:4U to 4:l)i p. in.
Nose, Throat, Luns and 9hu=amtis-- treated
by the Electro-Themos-Vihratory Method.
IDavtona Bvach Oflct, In Th- Van Vaizah
Block. hours s:,i to 1i0:01at. il. Spitchil hours
by appoiitim-nt.
moumeloielelelelelelulebOl
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DR. F. I- HOUGHTON

- iM Dentist
^Office in Peck Block
* PHONY 32 West End South Bridge
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toons of Spanish moss sway as the nM WTO i
trade winds from the tropic seas 0 OSTEOPATHY
tan them Looking straight ahead ra DR. J. C. HerSoundero
*Graduate under A. T. tStill, founder of
down this white shell street one has tothy at Kirksville. Missouri.
NINETH SEASON IN DAYTONA
the impression of a fairy path with S Located on Voluisla Avenue, 2 doors
elfish draperies, but as you move S west of Beach St., opposite The Gables
elish rapes, u as ou move 'Phone 40 Lady attendant
along and cast an eye first to the son*** ------
right and then to the left you see dis-
tinguished cottage homes in the most **@ UO*0*0103--@m.n*@m
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delightful settings. E. L. STEWART
See the glistening leaf of the grand ; Physician and Surgeon
magnolia which nature has varnished ,
a X-ray and High Frequency 0
as no artists' brush ever could; and j ,a
,, *Appratus.9
the cabbage palms ,%ith their burdens A pru.. o _. 4thI. l i i (1
of slioyv fruit and swaying palms; ,emm
see the lovlyv holly with its exquis-_
ite berry; see the climbing vines @*sooo OoOMORoON******mo*so
run riot in the trees; see the cryp- S V
S. H. GOVE
togainols forn,.s hich gain a foot- 0
S* ARCHITECT, BUILDER
hold on tie re.ztt oaks and stately and CONTRACTOR
IUndCONTRACTOR
p a .h1is. L.;d survly you will join i R.-l :t,1(I the chorus and say that this i t g Trl r ..L worldd fo r lor beautyTl v t ..
Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage __ o****** o* o*
;lomes., m omeomn m|
No one of Daytona's attractions, S
perhaps, (omminds more nearly uni- 10D. D. & C. M. ROGERS
versal attention and praise than does Civil Engineers
the artistic cottages The owners of A
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1. e1'ythin-5 ^,e, fromuii a 2 o's,'
i '"-V-' Up to a 2'.a)-horse pov.,or. aid
a1l degrees of speed from acanter to
. t'uo-mile-a-miuute clip. You will
p:,bably catch the spirit, when you
doc the roads and the beach are yours.
IThe Florida sunshine is free, the


balmv ocean breezes are freep tho


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superficiale observer. With sMch I&v-
Ish wealth o 0 tural brent it be-
came an easy thin for the hand of
man to give tho isahing toucheS
which have wrought out the colors
and outlines of the big picture.
Man did all this In the laying out
of the streets with their wide margin
of parkage. The entire city becomes
a great park, with driveways inter-
secting. miles upon miles of drive-
ways so goo u 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 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 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, branches bending
to the earth with their burdens of
luscious golden globes, which for
beauty, proflicacy and all desirable
qualities would truly astonish you.
The Fastest Autos and The Finest
Out.
The seventh world wonder, do you
ask'? Come, whether from Missouri
or from Maine, from Kalamazoo or
Timbuckto, and you will be "shown.",
He're is wh-re the wxoriu s record for
sp1,.,,l is broken with every rvcurrin2:
-,*aoon. Autos, the biggest, the fast-!
,-t, anid the finest are on daily parad'
.'. t,.h b i. she is as free thei
!i,',C. a,'r.;siatn ar.,r from the thous-
un.'l!. ,,f flowing e.lls. It is a con-j
t:: ;oi'., si with constantly shift-i
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mands. Besides hotels and
houses there is ample cottage
modation for all winter viaitoe
Seabreeze contains a
opera bouse and a Congt-J
Church; at Daytona Beach is a X. 11
Church. An excellent high schu
is situated near the division lieW
teen the two towns. Both
have euterpriiing business esta-li
lishments, as is evidenced by tI
advertisements on the left and
All the attractiveness of Seate
* applies to Daytona Beach, the t
Towns being so similarly sitnd*
The development of Daytona
has been fully as phenomenal Mo
sister on the north, and each Vl
there is a substantial growth,
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THE

PRINCESS

ISENA
Seabreeze

Six Acres of Park-
age. All Modern
Improvements

Rates: $3.00 per
Day and up


L L. BURDICK

Cottages a specialty.
estimates furniahed
All work guar-
anteed.
Sembreem. r~


FITZGERALD
A
OATES

LAWYERS
Dayton, Fla.




















































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e Mew Smyrna is fine a
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1r s~o mall farms which

"the Ernest ceiwy grown in
Sraised on this land. All
nMgrow in abno ance,
Stood, is the home of the fam-
a Rimvr oranges.
i -Ira has so bonded in-
H l sad the tax levy is low.
Vt no tourist should fail
e ruins of the Old Span-
Swhich stand somber and
sstl c and a quarter miles

of New Smyraa. A good
l to the place and the trip
mIly ade by an automobile.
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s eorset, i this place of
Stoo.rs the pios; this ream-
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IPORT ORANGE

IEYELOPIENT
COMPANY
(Inc.)
OWNER of tth BEST
River Front
PROPERTY
IN PORT ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands
See...
k. F. GATES, Sec.,
thavi sue or
W. C. nOWl 5, Agt
Port Orange.


P. W. SAMS
P 2OUITOB


S&O V Day
Specalm per
Week
Exceleat Ruating
m4 Fishing
NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA


HOTEL

TUMIiLL
NNW SMYRNA
JKORIDA
A HouK Strictly
First Class in
Every Resject
muwner mo otor_
In&E Patrties a
Specialty
Rats $2.00 per
Day and Up
BEnMnTT and
HODGES
PROPRIXTORS



EALIIEATBI
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA


BELL'S
While at
New Smyrna
LUNCH

BELL'S


L C. CHISHOLM
Tonsorial Parlor
Oldest stand in town
NZW SMYRNA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
Removed Without
Pain
RA TART BATHS

PURl

ICE ClEAM
rV-fe1Cti01Mf
ColdDrinks

T Bmt of nvery
thing in Our Line


New Smyrna
Is t*rtla-



MRS. H. MORLLR
Proprietre
Meals for Transients
a Specialty
NNW IRMYRNA
FIORIDPA

ASK
ME
ANYTHING


I'm Just going to
Stt her" and fish nnd
eat Oranges this
winter. Thero 1 r,
some good cirnp
grounds near mine.
Oome and nirch ; our
tnt on oni mitd join
nte on th' 1o";.
LONEB FT-TTE'RAy


ROSE VILLA
Pleaaant!y T.o,-to'd
on (Gr:,,,., Av..
ORMOND, FLA.
Frank Mason, Prop.
Rates: V.n0o 0nd f2.50
per day; 81:"5 to
$15.00 per wvk


JAS. CARNELL
ORMOND, FLA.
Manufacturer of
Pure Home-Made
GUAVA JELLY
MARMALADES AND
TROPICAL
PRBSBRVU
Specdal Atom to
nElonmU1 WOMIDAft
Pc- n Amedoaq Xx-
im~tfttoaBuffalo,
eW~t India xpoit-
ton-Obharleston
Loutsiana Purchase
V xz Osltion, Rt. Louis


E. C. TOTMAN
( 'I< ,ND, FLA.
Fin.e Groceries
.Vc *.'tbles Fruits

V ATK


N :, GROVE
ORANGES
and
Grapefruit -
Best Grown
(4rov on Rt. Augis-
tiiie Ati t0kt .: 4OS)!
Ro-'d i Mlh s
North of
HOTEL ORMOND
Beed, Knox and
Beed Company
BT" O1W Postoffice


ORMONDmON-wTHEwAM-'Aifl


I ~DoLND THE ATLENS 00--FLO~tOM


~&To


ORMOND
IF D ANY WAYT
IhTKBMf0T1OKD
o PROPERTY IN
ORMONDl OR
ORMOND ReA1OW
He Will Give Your
Business Prompt
Attention


MILDRED LOWE
(Formerly Mildrted
.Villa,
On River Front
ORMOND, FILA.
A First Class Mod-
ern House; Rooms
Single or En Suite;
with'or without..
Private Bath. Ser.
vice and Cuisine
'jB.<"lU ....
^MJ WAXSON



I^WE

On the Ormnwd
_Ra4 Half Mile
, ithof Ormond


I ORMOND is five miles .014
Daytona, located on the w
bank of the Halifax River. TblG. ;
cation of the town permits of 6"d-
drainage and perfect sanitatio; tae
elevation is superb and ideal Sor
winter homes. A wide bridge oea.-
nects Ormond with Ormond Bpch. I
Many fine residences are main-:
tained on either side of the river
most of them embellished with sub- '
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides I
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees.
j The town is very cosmopolitan,
Shas an excellent graded school, sev-;
eral churches, a fine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
comfortable and convenient hotels i
and boarding houses.
Ormond has many of the Florida
attractions-fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent antomobiling, safe boating,
salubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
At Ormond Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its leser
sister, B&etton Inn. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
SHalifax River, while the latter basa m
its outloonIr the magnificent beach md
We broad Atlastic.-
The walks in all Ai.on, .
particularly attractive, and th "
bors, shady and inviting spots ad
romantic nooks r& -crwdsd .wiV
rustic scats which are m6te ri 4t 4-
tions to enter into the eaJoya mt
thereof.
Besides the broad, smooth oc0a
beach there are many dive for car-
riage or automobile-long drives *acd
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 ado, and drives to the planta-
Stious of hospitable settlers, whose
places are replete with the interest
Sof Southern fruits and flowers.
One of these interesting planta-
Stions is Number Nine, located on the
peninsula, five miles.,nqoth of the
SHotel Ormond. Herc'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 I
Nine] and is a drive all tourists may
enjoy.

AND ROOMS TO LET-
lFurntshed; Modern Ia-
COTTAUS provements; on River
Front or Side Rtreets. Rents Resonable.
Wrilte to W. F. COLBY at Ormond.


the Finest


in


VISITOR


A. D. MOMID
Prevsious
J. B. OONRAD
Vloe President
S. A. WOOD
Oahier

G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drmgs, .Stationewry,
Huyler's Candies,
Kodaks, Cigars
DuLAND, PLA.


J. V. PERKINS


Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


Will Practice In
Btte and
lFderal
Courts

DzLAND, FLA.


,oluia w. D. HAYNES
SGrocer
RS DELAND, FLA.


WELCOME

THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

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


"We Sp, k for
Your Trade."


LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practicing In all
State and F, deral
Courts
Special facilities for
investigating and
perfueting titles
P)LANID. FLA.


'STEWART &.BLY
Isaac A. Stewart
Egford Bly
Mary Stewart
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Public
DPLAND, FLA.


'FOUNTAIN'S
DzLAND, FLA.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
GROVES
TIMBER or
TRUCK
LAND
Stnd for Bargain
heett to


TUE GOULD


MBanufacturCrs
Light Oranite, Buff, Red anAI
Drab Brick
Sr,,,'t l ui' itv ln r m-o,, r.m.,$ l it<.w


-U
Lbcok ff~
PLO JAn.N
L1hD~tJ
- FraMes .3


DLAND, O *-mWm iftaI
Vol"i" Co-If1,

.Ad isIa nrom h.
by ma smi .
ssmly de __ .

UDeLWad is tloco" ai Jha R
Odom University, me of the lMdU
*iv, atHM~a i-titutiom of the
S3a Dccase of the i -t&t in
m~sseducatiomal DeLmad Is ewn
as 'Tb. Athens of Florida.**
Ssson University ham a faculty f
M pfessors and iastructrs. There
m over $4t00000 in buildings and
equipment; nearly $?M},OO endow-
meat; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
r-mting an investn ent in building.
endowment and books, of more than
$12,000. 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 $64000M Elirzbeth 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 prediominting products are
oranges and grapefrmt, 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 furnished
throughout, and is one of the most
commodious and best equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DeLand
is made by automobile in a little
over an hour, and there are many
pretty drives in the vicinity of the
county site. A good road leads to
DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic
spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
bubble from the earth every minute.
From DeLand automobiles go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on abell and
marl roads; the St. Johns is crossd by
ferry near Osteen and cars a then
continue to Sanford and Orlando by
hard road. There is a shell road
from DeLand to Orange City, fve
miles, and a good road from DeLand
to Lake Helen, a like distance.
BOND SANDSTONE-BIRICK CO.


SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSURANCE
AGENCY
DmLAND, FLA,
SILAS B. WRIGHT
B. B. WHIHT,JR.
A,. tnnt


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 Oran.'c


POUT ORAME
BEACH

Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
C'onveultbnt to Auto-
inobilt Rit' 'i l 'it-
aund Hiidg-.
Apply to
WM. C. HOWES
A~t iit.
Port )rt1'n ', ';,.

Port Orance!


A


RIZY'S


I PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE


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BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
Manuaotuwa wI
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
AI ents:
IMasnry's Pall

WhItehalUO-
RIDoradolta
Bfo n Band 2-
DrLAND, FL


ALLENgS
Next to Poast
DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS "
DIuLAiND, FIA.
I |

A. iN WOOUAL
The
Leading
GROCER
DuLAND. PIA.

J. A.
ERICKSON

Largest Mk f

South of Jaqo
DKLAND. FLA.

Florida W
Works ad |
Machine
S0oTT HODO

Manufatelr |
Buggies and &Mn_ a


One of
Groves
County


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M5 a L 0., Jan. 31-Thr e case









tN all beng lawhiech nigheest.o ae a h per tte pr os e.2dad3d
ft te ata th crimpinalh con- ^ ._. .
9 ON%, Hms called for trial to-
Inaftie eon plowourt.Mead-i
e Bmmm ca dynamiting the horn
*fte 9INo r fmiyIn Arllngtr m last
A n by w ich Mrs. Spaino and her
O n e m et their fate.

~TCHFO WORLD'S
.POOL CHAMPIONSHIP.
SrT YORKM Jan. 31-[Two of the
Dialers of po5-ball pool.
Ai w arsi begin a world's c ham-
Smatch tonight i n the New
Theatre concert hall. They are
' -. s Heuston, the present cham-
b mand Jerome Keo-gh, of Roches-
gwho rmerly held the title. The
.-match requires the winner to pocketI
it balsg and will last three nights, a
balft being played each night. Mabel Paige who appears at the Opera House Feb. 2nd and 3rd.
It ts a gemuine championship con-
Houston havf-g ben formally HOWARD GOULD HAS GiENERAL WILDER'S
Wn hea 4- by Keough, while Lhe Xe Wj
K.TUk Ucouke soci, w ioe he wIs TO PAY WIFE'S BILLS. EIGHTIETHBIRTHDAY.
k.;.Irw Rcouwepe]r's Avoociation nuas-EGHIT
L Waat~ed a purse of $1000. It is NEW YORK, Jan. 31-The domestic KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 31-Gen-
.. first cbampionship contest to take' troubles of Mr. and Mrs. Howard; eral John T. Wilder, who became
....... i ~~fa mousa h edo 'idrsBi-
911M in New York in several years., Gould which have been aired in the ous as the head of Wilder's Brig-
a m have been In the city for iade during the civil war, received
--, weeks and a ngdcourts so often came again beforeimany congratulations today on the'
11- M wesadaeigodcon-tepbi oa he ayr o'a-
S tthe public today when lawyers for occasion of his eightieth birthday an-
parties filed brief in a suit which a anniversary. General Wilder has been
;i $STION AS TO Fifth avenue haberdasher has insti- a resident of Knoxville since the war-
and is known as one of the foremost
REPAIRING STREET. tuted against Mrs. Gould for $249 forcapitalists and manufacturers in this
'- b t st ind proper time to re- shirt waists, linen collars and stocks. section of the south..


am r4 or street. is awhie after
H bt w fale the water or damp-
I aMlmtt very p linly the hol-
bw r 4eressmlons which should be
Ulem the hollows are very
inmoakf it Is almost impossible to
"*ermty make surface repairs This
A h -ow at the north end of Palmet-
ta avemme, where a couple of deep
~bsw were filled, while several
L Wtwr Piaoe near by required atten-
. .Int Could not be seen when the
gMrt was entirely dry, but are now
iable stee the rain. This is no re-
^ setton aUpon the workmen doing the
b. but to show that it was done
S hen the hollows did not show, for
-I bbout enough marl was used to have
I[ Oe the entire work in a satisfacto-
1 lway, at a time when the imper-
L tct places could be easily seen ***


The judge in the case favors the de-
fedant and says he thinks a man
ought to pay his wife's bills whether
they are separated or not.


HOTEL MEN TO AID


IN MEAT BOYCOTT.


CHICAGO, Jan. 31-If a resolution
to be brought before the Western Ho-
tel Men's Protective association which
assembled in convention here today
is adopted, the meat boycott will re-
ceive a decided impetus. It is pro-
posed htat the hotel men throughout
the country shall for the time beipg
omit all meats from their menus, or
at least take steps to discourage their
patrons from eating meats until the
prices are reduced.


At the outbreak of the war Gener-
al Wilder enlisted in Indiana as a
private, was elected captain the same,
day and was promoted to be colonel
in. March, 1862. He compelled Gener-
al Bragg to evacuate Tennessee, led
Rosecrans' army to Chattanooga, and
began the battle of Chicamauga, and
during the three days' fight the lines
of his brigade was not broken.

COMMITTEE TO REVISE
FOOT BALL RULES.
NEW YORK, Jan. 31-The foot
ball rules committee, composed of
representatives of fourteen lead-
ing colleges, meets here Friday and
Saturday, and hopes to revise the
rules so as to eliminate the dangers
which caused the terrible death and
accident record last season.


Judge Henry T Titus

Candidate for Mayor of City of Daytona


r

THE PLATFORM HE TANDA l FlR


Til IATW DIMLY E
Published every eeniugn 3S3P
day, from December I s
T. B. FrsmIQUADO, Et~ W
C. IL HARM~S, Mt ife.
Goo. F. OaoUuz9%m:=mi""~t
Entered as second-elan mUst 9
cember 1, ISM, at the post oat
Daysm, Florida, under tb Acd uof










By EDWIN A..NYZ.


It
"So
the
just
WI
Wl


MOI MZDDMLING.
is proposed to cut out the words
help mw God" from the oath in
District of Columbia courts of


lee.

hen


will provoke opposition.
the bill Is Introduced in con-


gress it likely there will be devel-
oped a most determined objection.
Theodore Roosevelt tried the temper
of tbe people along this line.
He ordered the time honored Inicrip-
tion "In God We Trust" omitted from
some of the coinage. The storm of
popular protest compelled him to re-
scind the order and restore the motto.
Roosevelt's popularity could not
overcome this unpopular order.
And so of this latter proposal. It
will be very unpopular.
There Is no good reason for the elim-
ination of the solemn asservatlon that
concludes the usual oath. The oath
Itself is not a long one, and, although
the declaration Ito oftentimes mouthed
by the court clerks Into three sylla-
bles. it certainly lends a certain so-
lemnity to our court procedure.
A little more of sanctity Is sadly
needed In some of our American
courts. In the reaction against the
cumbrous methods of English j"i
prudence we have gone to tbe other
extreme.
Besides. this is not a godless coun-
try.
It tos .utomary nowadays to dcritclise
the church methods. That may be
well enough. The church Is fallable,
being made of fallable people. But
there are millions upon millions of
devout worshipers who pronounce the
name of deity with reverence and sin-
cerity.
And there are other people out of
touch with the church and out of
sympathy with some of its methods
who nevertheless are devout believers
in God.
It will be remembered that France
once tried to go against the deepest
religious Instincts of its people.
The revolution leaders enthroned the
"goddess of Reason" in the person of
a prostitute and wrote over the portals
of the graveyards. "Death Is an eter-
nal sleep."
But when the orgies were over the i
sacrilegious proceeding became a mere
episode of history.
"So help me God" is coined out of
the deepest Instincts of the human
heart.
In his hour of crisis and of agony
the wickedest man will exclaim. "God
help me!"
No, you can't cut across the grain of
i people's most sacred feelings and
traditions.
If the concluding part of the court
oath should be ellmioted It is safe


PEE RUSS


A plsc s int mpukdtui
amd SaenyO


pa'blt~ I mlo-


GULF REFINING


DATIVA
AMBK


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PI t N "o 70 rn 2b


11


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,500 invested brings


NORMAN & DAYTON


ROBIED BY NMHEN h


PIa BEIIEE.


(Continued from first page.)
How the fellow opened the safe is
a problem for both Mr. and Mrs.
Smith insist it was securely locked
and the combination a difficult one.
The safe is a two-ton Moseley.
Mr. Smith at once came to Daytona
and Informed Deputy Sheriff Meyers
of the robbery and telegrams were
sent to Jacksonville and Atlanta to
lookout for the theif. Later, it was
found that he had walked to Port Or-
ange, purchased a pair of shoes and
a ticket for St. Augustine, leaving


TwoCo

'10m; __


andU


Port Orange on the belated afternoon
train of that day, which did not reach
here until late in the evening, D0
Mr. Smith and Deputy Sheriff My- Live
ers went up to St. Augustine Satur- barg
day afternoon but could not locateC' NI
their man there and Officer Myers! C
returned Sunday afternoon while Mr. i
Smith continued on to Atlanta.
After his return Mr. Myers received;
a telegram, followed by a letter from
W. D. Vinzant, Jacksonville chief of
Police, saying that the man wanted'
had passed through that city on his'*
way into Georgia. i
Mr. Myers says the fellow has a sis-
ter living near Atlanta and was prob- P
ably headed for that place In:
Mr. Smith was not very positive as
to the man's name as given to him, St
but thought it was Walter Carner.


MABEL PAIGE COMPANY
WILL BE HERE WEDNESDAY.


The general public of Daytona will
undoubtedly herald with delight the'
coming of the "Idol of the South." T
Miss Mabel Paige and her "aTllant Ie* -


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5PRNCE GEORGE
,~ahld 4 Kobroyd, Progirietors

SIDYTONMA, FLORIDA
SGad Improved Sinceu Last Season.
--tif1 Grounds-Located on River Front


Coacert Twice Daily


adt THE RISTOL, Asbry Park, N.J.

tmtiom lear Prince George dock for
cry Tuesday mor img at 8:00 o'clock.


.. HAMILTON


New and First-Class.


Electric Bells


Both&.


higtt poist on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
| dat* 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up Tele-
(hl, fin ac heat, private bath. New and
SMRS. HINSKY, Proprietress.


SEASIDE INN

UD FURNISHUD COTTAGES
J"ra, Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on
Oef Batding and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
H.ORACE F. STEWART
O-AH[, FLORIDA.


IE IVY LANE INN"


S catering to the most particular people. Central locution.
4wrfiver, lesw than two blocks front the clubs, bank, post office,
sm. fjO and 400 per day-416JO and higher per 'eek.
Open November to May.
Wm. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.


HE PALMETTO


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Sw Van 8sms, agua t Mama
Pal0e 0., was In thelli
?qbterad at4 Op-
SD. P.- Beacboard and msc., o,
.-. HW-9 Mich., aMrtved am s
their friends at The Hamilton.


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R. W. Kenmedy, a guest at The
Ridgewood, went over to Orlando to-
"dr on a business trip. He will re-
trm Tuesday.

The members of the Four Pickert
C0o. who were guests at The Hamil-
ton, left Sunday afternoon for Pa-
latka, after a very siiccew-ful three-
nights engagement


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Capt. H. A. Perkins took the F. H.
Allen touring party, twenty-one in
number, on an excursion up the To-
noka river today. The Allen party
are as usual at the Austin, which Mr.
Alienu makes his headquarters on his
annual tour.

Recent arrivals at The Despland:
Mr. and Mrs. Edw. R. Cohn, New
York; Thos. Eagleton, Mrs. A. L. Dun
ply, Newark, N. J.; G .S. Conger,
Mrs. A. J. Rushton, Mrs. Mary Boble
Gouveneur, New York; W. H Stewart,
S. Orange, N. J.; Geo. W. Young
and wife, San Francisco; Lawrence
A. Slatenger and wife, R. D. Chidsey,
Cleveland, Ohio.

Recent arrivals at the Ridgewood:
Thos. A. Fenberg, Georgia; Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence D. Saul, Col. Geo. Mc-
C. Derby, New Orleans; Jno. C. Whit-
ner, Jr., Jacksonville B. H. Shany,
Atlanta; R. W. Kennedy, Lexington,
Ky.; Mrs. Neal Glenn, Springfield,
Tenn.; N. C. Simmons and wife, An-
son, I11.: E. Winship and wife, Owat-
onna, Minn.;Geo. W. Rippley, Con-
necticut; C. L. Pierson, R. P. Ship-
ley, St. Louis.

THE ALLEN PARTY
AT THE AUSTIN.
The Frank H. Allen party of Nqw
York, twenty-one strong, arrived ii
Daytona Friday from Palatka. They
left New York on the 15th, one day
late on account of the storm, which
was still rtging when they started.
They had fair trip down and arrived
in Jacksonville on the 21st; from
Jacksonville they took the St. Johns
river steamer to Sanford; then to
Altamont Springs; took the Ocklawa-
ha trip, thence to Palatka' and on to
Beautiful Daytona, was the interesting
itinerary of the party thus far. They
expect to remain at the Austin, where
they are now pleasantly located, for a
week; from Daytona they go to St.
Augustine, where the party disperses.


I he party includes the


tso Moktan

~ Imv. wba W mLitsub. t
jW I,*etv uam- an t is,
ewe ~ ~w m .r umide fbr my
'Uqdmxv,,ft in tIaUm od the
Soak ed dmt18 swhY I a ere.0
am Twdbt, ilftor~
"Tbp. allow am to prewritov a dum li
at your own asieletne." And Mairte i
was bande a t4Wof his book Whie'l Sc~
Beard MWd been sd.tg
"I thsek yM" 'rvplfrqIthe bum'urut.
"It took woe a year to get. that toowdl bowUMIA
eta. out of guy syptem, and I do amu
MPrOpWto Imbibe It amain."
A dbwsumplon of the bnak was fol-
lowedi by a hearts dinner, and Twalin
left bbs trlepd. baring mectvrdthe
cheeir that be nerdmd I


The Alligators Tongue.
On oue ItXiaKlon wtan traveling
along the wewrt old skipper who bad known many
missiouaries. but "did not see the use
of them." Bishop Taylor-Smith was
obliged to endure a string of taunting
questions, such as "What was the
good of spouting at Exeter hall?' and
"What did missionaries know, any-
way?'
At last the bishop could stand It no
longer. Turning to the skipper, hbe
said: "1 know you are an expert. Can
you tell me the length of an alligator's
tongue?'
*Certainly." was the reply. "but It
depends on the length of the alligator."
"Very well. then; given an alligator
fifteen feet long. what would be the
length of Its tongue?"
"Three feet." was the answer.
But the bishop, who bad kept alli-
gators and watched their ways. knew
better. "It is evident that you are an
authority on the west coast of Africa."
he said. "but It is also evident that
some people see more in ten minutes
than others in twenty years. Let me
tell you that an alligator has no
tongue."
Declined the Job.
A writer of cheap fiction relates a
trick played on him by a collaborator
in the days when dime novels were
longer than they are now, and the
compensation made It worth while for
two men to write one story between
them. After his partner had finished
the first chapter of their initial col-
laboration it was handed over with
the following announcement:
"There. I've Just thrown the hero
over a thousand foot cliff and told the
reader that nothing could prevent the
lad from falling to death on the rocks
below. It Is up to you to save the
boy."
The other writer said nothing, but
sat down and wrote furiously for an
hour. Then he quietly handed the
manuscript back. A glance at the
second chapter showed the funny man
that his friend had completely Ignored
the events in the first part of the
story. Introduced a new set of char-
acters and left the hero still hanging
over the cliff, waiting to be rescued
by his creator.-New York Sun.


following:


A. S. Long and wife, Boston; W. L.
Main and wife, Paul Massey and wife,
Mystic, Corn.; H. D. Brewster and
wife, Bayshore, L. I.; Frank H. Al-
len and wife, Mrs. R. W. Kimball,
Mrs. M. F. Fuller, Mrs. E. Small, Mrs
L. Mayberry, Norwich, Conn.; Mrs.
C. S. Darrow, New London, Conn.;
Mrs. J. H. Wood, W. Springfield,
Mass.; Mrs. J. C. Marsen, Taftily,
Conn.; Mrs. Harriet Webb, Cleveland,
Ohio.


Ex-Queen Liliuokalani.


Former Hawaiian Ruler Seeks Aid
For the Islands.


I 'OF


S Poetry Didn't Save Them;
A New York prisoner accused of
drunkenness who pleaded his case in
rhyme before a magistrate got a sen-
tence of six months on "the Island."
for, as the judge remarked, his "jag"
wat bad enough, but his poetry was
worse. Over in London a "plain (drunk"
put forth this:
I've been drinking wine that is drawn
from the wood:
No bottle rubbish, but sparkling and
good.
But it got in my head, so my friends all
explain
That the wine haa gone back to the wood
once again.
The effusion and the celebration cost
him 10 shillings.-New York Tribune.


College Sentiment.
Dr. Blank, about twenty years a
professor in a certain college, was on
the eve of a trip to Eiurope, to be ab-
sent two years In pathetic and rath-
er harrowing tones he made his fare-
well address to his class:
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In Half Pints, Pints and Quarts.


Pride Oleo, In rolls .. .. .. ... 0c
N. Y. State Cream Cheese .. 25c
Swiss Cheee .. .. .. 40C
New Potatoes .. .. .. per peck, 40c
English Walnuts, new crop-4b..20c
Brazile, new crop- ... .. lb...20C
Almonds, new crcp-.. .. .. lb..25c
Mixed Nuts .......... ... 20c
Florida Pecans .. .. .. .. .. .. 20c
Shelled 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 bunch
Pineapples ...... 10 and 15c each
Cranberries .. .. 13c qt., 2 for 25c
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If you're a lover of fine Teas you'll
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PUT UP IN PACKAGES SO AS
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Quarter Pound Packages 15c


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s oNft trwiMfd ma that of a manu on whom the
wbal tbnre was any necessty tor federal
lHade a Ma for bl.melf as an InvesltatorW. He
p'so l s t OMo and cosdieted the suits of that corn-
om ii ( company and oiler big corporatlonm.


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uttl thL irs i w ords < ~sor and obey
to be qoken, Jenny promised to
ljoy, homer," and stopped.
SObey.."' M the clergyWman.




Of won't," replied the brtde.
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hut up theV* a btbook.



"Jenny!" exclaimed her father.
M& MWy It. sa-d her mother. You
needn't pay any attention to It after
yoOre U married. haven'tPU dO
Can I do that? asked Jenny ofpmm the
SOMCM, o, sw" auw Stoppe&



"Oclergyman." tl gyma.
"Lea we It out" replied Tom to the doe.i-



nee.
"That Is not permitted. Tb]. service
Ts presrlbed by the churprisch. have
sot powerup te-bo add to It or take awayo




from It."
"h Jenny!' exclaimed an aunt.
"Say It, saidweetheart" whispered the-You
needn't pay any attention to It after









groom. "I'll give you your way LD
everything."ore married. haven't.
"I do that?" asked Jenny of thenny.
cergyzman.
"NO."




"LJennyavett." said er father angrily.
"That In not permitted. This service
Is )Pres-tnbed by the church. I have
no power to adid to It or take away



Trom Iashamed of you."
"O.Jenny "began to cryl animed nfrom crying.
"Say It. sweetheart." whispered the
groom. "Il'll give you your way In
ererything.to
"I won't." said 4enny.
"Jenny." sold her father angrily.
641I'm ashamed of you."'
-Jenny began to cry. and from crying


she became hysterical. Her mother
put her arms about her and attempted
to quiet her. but without effect.
"Can't you slur it over?' the groom
asked of the clergyman. "It's only a
form anyway."
"Slur it over. Only a form! Every
word of this service has been carefully
considered, and every word means
something."
The hubbub commenced anew. The
clergyman stood waiting while efforts
to Induce the bride to speak t ob-
jecbtocable word wa renfet fway
ly the clergyman, with a twinkle Ito hI
eye, said impresslvely:
"Dearly beloved, whereas Tbomas
and Jane having come to me to be
joined togetbw in te bonds of hoy
matrimony, and whereas the curch
tr Its wisdom formed these Ift to
give to very family a head. and
whereas Jenny refuses to acknowledge
Thomas as that head. 1 me but one
way by which the intention of the
church can be carried out In this case.
Let Thomas acknowledge Jane as the
head of the family; let him promise
the required obedience. If he will do
this I will proceed with the cere-
mony."
Every eye was turned upon Tom,
some in evident expectation that he
would accept this solution of the prob-
lem, some knitting their brows aud
giving vent to their disapprobation in
subdued inutterings.
"I'll be-banged If I'll do it!" ex-


claimed the groom.
The lbride wept on.
"Toni.'" wvhisperted his mother, "the
word doesn't mean anything. A wom-
an always expects her husband to be
at the he,d of the house. If he isn't
she doesn't respect him."
"Never"' cried Torn. growing excited.
"Tonmiy.' i,!eaied his Aunt Mary.
"do be r':ason:'be and stop this fracas;
it's diseur:icful."
**Thomas." put in his Uncle Josh,
"you might as well promise. You'll
have to knuckle down anyway."
"It isn't that." replied Tom excited-
ly. "I don't care who's head. I'm a


William E. Humphrey, one of Wash-
ligton's three representatives in the
lower house, is the author of the
joint resolution calling for a congres-
sional investigation of Secretary Bal-
linger. The latter is a resident of
Washington.


Congressman Kinkaid.

Nebraska Man Who Has Been a
Stanch Insgent.
Stanch Insurgent.


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Griddles. Chabg Dishes, Fas and War i Pads.


1i THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE l4

WATER COMPANY.


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WE CONFESS


We admit it frankly the Merchants Bank wontos yoM usies.


sm weSAM- I


can assure you that iam return for your huases. this hbaak at dly ws a sowima
which we believe almost perfect, bi umqueiomed secity for every ddmw -ae11-
ed to our care.
Is cold, Smammia fires, here is our dmurantee to every depeiur rejd.
less of the amount he may have is this bank.


Capital


a a a a a


Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders Liability


a $100,000.00
a 50,000.00
* 100,000.00


Total, $250,000.00


$250.000.


That amount stands between your deposit ad


any possible loss.


We repeat:


This bank wants your h,,sioese.


Merchants Bank


(Branch ol Voluda County Ba k)


A. D. McBRIDE. PrMidemt
J. B. CONRAD, Vice-President
F. N. CONRAD, Cashier


Prominent among the Republican in-
suurents against Speaker Cannon ham
bWn Representative Moses P. Kin-
kaid of Nebraska. Mr. Kinkaid can
claim familiarity with the house and
its rules, as he is serving his fourth
term in the lower national house.


Daniel G. Reid.


Capitalist, One of


Owners


the Principal


of the Rock Island.


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UBLUSTRATED SONG


M1SK BY WOODS' ORCHESTRA

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Ia Helen Balbrige returns today
& Ir winter home at Orange City
Mr a pleasant visit with her sister,
Im. hdw. McCready.


DAYTONA

OPERA

HOUSE

CHAS W. k(iCuIC Prmesents
(The Idol of the South)
Miss Mabel Paige
Aad her most exeellent Company
TWO---NIGHTS---TWO
COMMENCING Feb. 3rd
Wednesday, Feb. 3rd
orENIN(; In th !oiit-stic comedy y
lrmtllt. :a correct (!r.iltiztizontlO of
M;try J. Hoinios' .r ..t look
"Tempest and Sunshine"
Prices 25c 50c 75c

Manhattan Opera Co.
FEB. 8th to 12th

Seats on Sale at Hanlrins'
Drug Store.

Dance every Tuesday night.



"INDIAN RIVER" ORANGES
Tou are invited N6 visit my groves,
aad up-to-date Packing House, and
see the handsomest fruit and how it is
handled. Your orders solicited
Special attention given to filling orders
by the box for shipment.
MUNROE GROVES,
George H. Munroe.


r W. B. D. Barnes was in the city
C & |from DeLand Saturday and Sunday.

*BOAT FOR SALE, finest and best'
, fishing cruiser in Florida. 28-4t
E. D. W. ROSE, Daytona.%


J. B. Moore was called North by
the death of Harry Knox, his friend
and partner in the real estate and
loan firm of G. W. Moore & Co., of
Hartford, Conn., and left for that city
Sunday morning.


-Phne 28 will call for your clean- *Lost-Lady's bar pin, containing
te and presing. 0. S. Burnett. tf two stones. Return to Mrs. 0. M.
Healey, Howard House. Liberal re-
SL. K. Hatfield and H. Lobdell, who ward will be paid. d-27-3t
up from Miami the forepart of
week to Join T. 0. Melton and Miss Laura Schoder and friend,
lon a deer hunt, which proved 'Miss Tevla Wigbels, of Covington,
kiauy successful, departed Satur- Ky., arrived Saturday and are at
t aenoo lon their return to Mi-the Waldron home. They are tour-
arL" They were guests of Mr. and ing the State and will be in Daytona
VM*. Melton while here. about two weeks.
SI *NM. Ella De Voy & Co., invite all
*LOST--Gold bow spectacles. Lost the ladies to their first showing of
-Em Beach street. Return to office 11o- Spring M millinery, Friday and Satur-
Wl Bennett. day, February 4th and 5th. 28-7t


LOW TIDES ON 1T HE lEACH
5 :30 toy; 4:12 tomorrow.

THE -WEATHER.
For Eastw Florida: Generally fair
tonight aWd Toseday, colder in north
and oN*t-f poftMN frot In norWbern
pefrmfoizt'ti ; moderato north l and
norlhwoft wfnds.

DAYTONA vs. DeLAND
BASKET BALL GAME


The DeLand team played the Day-
tona Basket Ball team at the Armory
Saturday night, and while there is no
criticism to make against the Dayto-
na team considering their brief or-
ganization and little practice, still a
game between the two teams at the
time seemed a slaughtering of the in-
nocents as far as the match was con-
cerned. The DeLand team is one
of the longest organized and best in
the State, and did credit to their
sustained reputation. Miss Lee Bow-
ers, who was a member of the Stet-
son team last year while at the Uni-
versity, and who was one of the for-
wards of the Daytona team, made
some brilliant plays, which brought
Hearty applause from the DeLand
Contingency as well as the home peo-
ple. The score at the close stood 42
to 12 in favor of DeLand.
The line-up of the two teams were
center; Misses Keone and Hough,
Forwards; Misses Nahn and Rowe,
guards. Daytona-Miss Winnie King-
ston, center; Misses Lillian Bingham
and Lee Bowers, forwards; Misses
Marguerite Houghton and Roberta
SHobbs, guards.
S The referees were Spec Campbell
and Mr. Hichcock.
Mrs. Gaulden chaperoned the De-4
Land team who came over Saturday
shortly after noon and went up to
Ormond to witness the ball game
between Stetson and Ormond teams,
returning after the game and were er-
tertained at The Magnolia and sever-
al private homes by the Daytona
team.


*Sewing machines for rent
,* month at Singer Sewing
Co.'s store 107 N. Beach St.


by week
Machine
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SEVERELY BITTEN ON
WRIST BY LARGE DOG.
A large dog, said to belong to
Schmidt's Villa, has a habit of wan-
dering about Bay street, and Satur-
day morning went up on the piazza
of Mrs. Abbott's cottage and went to
sleep. Mrs .Abbott's granddaughter,
Evelyn Roxby, was in a hammock,
and Jumping up suddenly to go into
the house, the dog sprang up and
bit her very severely on the wrist.
The dog had snapped at her once be-
fore and she was afraid of him; he
had also exhibited unpleasant traits
at another house on that street.


An Awkward Selection.
Tbe first ruaron Keuyou was rather
fond of telling the story ot bow while
on circuit with .Justice Hook they en-
tered a village just In time to accom-
pany the population to the little rit-
lage church. The parish clerk, anxious
to have the congregation show due ap-
preciation of the honor conferred by
the nrEnre of hfthed litnmiihodl i.i


PICKERT COMPANY CLOSED EN-
GAGEMENT SATURDAY NIGHT.
The popularity of the Four Pickerts
was fully demonstrated Sturday nigh
when, with several counter attrac-
tions and a cold evening to contend
against, they played to a well filled
house, closing a three-night engage-
ment at the Daytona Opera House,
with the comedy drama, The Cap-
tain's Double.
This performance fully sustained
the good impression created by those
preceding and clinched the fact that
Mr. Pickert has gathered about the
"family" some very excellent talent.
The Four Pickerts song and dance
specialty was enthusiastically re-
ceived, as usual, as was also Val. C.
Cleary's illustrated song, My Lady
Love, and enchore, Pony Boy, in the
closing chorus in which the audience
was requested to join.
So pleased was Mr. Pickert with
the reception accorded here that he
may return with the company again
this season if he finds he can ar-
range the dates.
Saturday Afternoon Matinee.


The Child of the Street, presented
by the Four Pickerts at the Opera
house Saturday aftrenoon was a spark-
ling comedy and finely rendered. A
fair audience greeted the performance
a preponderance of whom were young
people from both sides of the river.
But whatever was lacking in number
in the audience was more than offset
by the keen enjoyment of those pres-
ent.
Miss Blanche Pickert, in the role
of the child of the street, was charm-
ingly natural, and the true hearted
lover,- the. gouty but noble old uncle,
the inevitable villian were good casts
and had good support. The illustrat-
ed songs were well received, a novel


feature of which was inviting the au-
dience to join in the chorus of a
popular street air, which invitation
was accepted right heartily.

ANOTHER FIRE IN COLORED
SETTLEMENT OF MIDWAY.


The ire alarm was sounded again
between half past two and three o'-
clock, Sunday morning, calling atten-
tion to another fire in Midway, in
which two frame buildings of two
stories each were destroyed.
Frosts and fires are often close
companions and seem to have a spec-
ial penchant for occurring Sunday


mornings, and this occasion was no
exception to the rule.
The fire was the result of the ex-
plosion of a coiloil stove in the upper
story of one of the buildings in which
a number of persons were sleeping.
The fire spread so rapidly that it
was impossible to save the houses. A
colored man was burned about face
and feet in escaping through the
flames and but little was saved from
the honses, which were owned by a
colored man by the name of Jones.


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