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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: February 1, 1910
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00420
Source Institution: University of Florida
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FERART 1, 1910


RMUT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
Dht flion to Treat You eight.
*=U Be Your Jewelers.
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NEVIE IL CLARK

OPTOMETRIST.


EYES TESTED-FRAXES FITTED


DR. Q DeW. AKE
m Dentist
OmeeHourj-6-t I 4
Office, SouthD Boch Sat, Opp- .'
sit City Hall


IM COAL


A G"A EXPLOSION IN MINE CAUS-


ON ES THE DEATH OF OVER ONE,


YORK.


HUNDRED MINERS IN COLORA-


1i-W~h- 00.
BtI^ew PrIMERO, Col., Feb. 1-Miners
tea m tky exploring the Primero mine
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,pthi at-! wrecked by an explosion here late
.my e a Jyiemday afternoon. They expect to
jkjw recoverr all the bodies of the one hun-
ms m sd',dred -and forty-nine victims by night-
||n4u 4 tall. Ninty-four bodies have already
446 mls beow taken out, the majority of whom
BIIU were horribly mutilated and could
I?* iw omly be identified by their clothing.
averaged i
e O tGuards are fighting the frenzied rel-
usibety StIves back from the mouth of the

[l, iWt a There is a bare possibility that
W o nsoame are still living in the lower lev-
a, e1g, but not probable. Seventy-nine
ad will bodies were found piled up at the
place of foo (of the shaft. Eight more were
,K4p a large: found in the hoisting bucket evident-
b10w the'ly having been killed by gas while
a aMd being hoisted up The explosion was
at Chi- caused by gas
to New
SNTUSAL'S SOVERiN TWO

| ,-- TEARS ON THE THRHO L

even
mM.an; EVENT CELEBRATED WITH A
Strip, MIXTURE OF REJOICING AND
of many1
Sj walking MOURNING TODAY.
. lEUCJ.cCOJ in LISBON, Feb. 1-King Manuel to-
ANW ^ which day completed the second year of his
sf his ear- reign, which dates from the bloody
Sledestrian tragedy of February 1, 1908, when
AD. Aheri his father, King Carlos, and his broth-
Mi walkinger, Crown Prince Luls, were assassin-
w rt" aftr-. ated he anniversary was marked
t"^ i after-!
yge aet I by a quiet mixture of mourning and
ahead of rejoicing. In the churches of Lisbon,
requiem masses were offered for the
d o sd ext soul of the dead Monarch and prince.
"Macim c- There is no doubt that the youthful
IB S1, in Manuel is much more popular than
n i Bostoo his father ever was. Surrounded by
OM th inaugu- his court 4dtg*taries, he attended a
S-ulhn. Silx memorial service in the Cathedral of
w weeget St. Vincent, where the remains of
1 walking King Carlos and his son lie buried.
Os C(eao in King Manuel is now protected more
,at te age thoroughly than ever before, owing
the same to the recent discovery of a plot to
assassinate him and many of his ad-
Smarkable visors. The palace is now guarded IT1
a- I .,.. .. emai n rr o-.. a it iC s aid that Mai-.


SCORES Of JAPANESE


MURDERED IN AN


UPRISING IN CREA.


THOUSANDS OF ARMED COREANS
HAVE JOINED IN AN UPRISING


AGAINST THE JAPANESE.


UNPRECEDENTED FLOODS

MENACE PORTIONS OF


ITALY ALONG RIVIR TIMBER.


THE RIVER TIBER AT GREAT
HEIGHT, FLOODS LOWLANDS
AND MAKES THOUSANDS HOME.


KOBE, Japan, Feb. 1-Urgent or- LESS.
ders received from Tokay today-call ROME, Feb. 1-The River Tiber
for the preparing of troops for the, reached an unprecedented height to-
suppression of the latest Corean up- day. Lowlands are flooded and
rising. Instead of twenty Japanese thousands are homeless. Soldiers are
being killed it is now believed that; conducting the inhabitants to the
scores wer3 massacred and that an highlands. Warnings have been sent
immense amount of property was out to all towns along the banks of
destroyed. All government officials the river that the reports from the
in South Corea have been murdered headwaters of the Tiber declare, that
and government buildings.burned, ac- the flood crest will be extraordinar-
cording to today's advices. Thous- ily high. Officials are working fran-
ands of armed Coreans have Joined! tically to prevent damage to the pro-
in the uprising against the Japanese. posed World's Fair site.
0

ALL CONSIMPTIS IN W TAIAJA

TEXAS MUST REGISTER. AND FRANCE IN EFFECT.

NEW SANITARY CODE GOES INTO PRACTICALLY ALL PRODUCTS OF
EFFECT TODAY A NUMBER, BOTH COUNTRIES ADMITTED
OF NEW REGULATIONS. UNDER THE MINIMUM TARIFF
AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 1-Every case RATES.
of tuberculosis in Texas must be reg- O ,
istered with the health authorities, OTTAWA, Ont., Feb. 1-Following
according to the provisions of the ne- several years of agitation and many
State sanitary code, which goes into long debates in the Dominion pariia-
effect today. The reports on tuber- ment, the trade treaty agreed upon
culosis are to be privately kept and last year by the Dominion of Canada
are to be considered in the light of a
confidential communication, not for and France was put into operation
the purpose of isolation, but with the today The treaty provides for corn-
object of education in sanitary pre- mercial reciprocity between the two
cautions and to supply literature of nations in the broadest sense. Under
the State Board of Health. A num- ,its provisions practically all of the
ber of new regulations in regard to manufactured and natural products
the quarantine of contagious diseases of the Dominion are admitted to
and the sanitary requirements of ho- to France and her colonies under the
tels and sleeping cars are also con- minimum tariff rates and the pro-
tained in the new code, which has the ducts of France are to enjoy the same
absolute force of law. privilege when exported to Canada.


eEI1VFDNMFNT BFRFAFTFR Will


b e covered ,a ,-, S al:, LZ*" ---, ---.. .--... -..-- uuv Luii iiLiii -iiunu-r aILI I Liti.
in six days. uel changes his sleeping quarters ev-
I last year ery night.ACCEPT ONLY FEDERAL BONDS@
arch 1, a ud The plot has betn sho%11ItteP &P N LDtL BN
E July 15. pers seized to b,- m- ,iiu ir e ,I.i:. ,
; tfian any of th"- k"id un!,iu\t,.d "in NEW RULING OF THE SECRETA
"~? ^i'E i ,, it TO object of the 'On-jiilt' isi- RY OF THE TREASURY GOES IN
INDE ARMOND tution of a republ)lican ftriui of g^'ovi; yTO EFFECT TODAY.
S inent aud the driving I'roti lPortugaii


DRIVERS SEEM


ENTHUSIASTIC


FOR A MEET.


INTEREST IN ANNUAL


EVENT


OF THE PAST ON THE DAYTONA


BEACH AGAIN MANIFEST.


"Warm Prlt 0sMiOis


Toasters for any kod of soves. Take a glance

at our window, the Mutin and examine them.



Gruber-Morris Haware Company
you don't& trade & -m*e boti lose money."


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THE BALAN


IF THE PROJECT CAN BE FINAN-
CED WITHIN THE NEXT FORTY.


EIGHT HOURS THE HOTEL
WILL BE BUILT.
The people of Daytona must de-
cide within the next forty-eight hours
% whether or not they wish the Clar-
endon rebuilt. Strenuous efforts have
been made with in the past few days
to finance the proposition and the
project is now within a few thousAd
dollars of success. As is the ca1A
with every undertaking where rais-
ing money is concerned the last few
thousands are always the hardest to
get and on account of the failure of
the people of Daytona to take the
proper interest in the matter the
entire proposition may fall through.
The securities offered for sale are
first mortgage bonds, bearing interest
at the rate of 7 per cent, payable
semi-annually, and secured by a
first mortgage on the entire Claren-
don property. The building will cost
approximatelyy $10(,tU60(, ;ind will be
f;re proof ii every wa,.
This proposition should appeal to
our wealthy citizens, who, by taking
$1000 or $2000 worth of these secur-
ities could make the success of the
proposition assured. Some of the com-
mon stock of the corporation is still
for sale and this without question will
prove to be a good paying inve M
Very person owning property iD
Daytona and vicinity should be deeply
interested in the success of this hotel
and they can make the proposition
a success by coming forward and In-
vesting their money in these gildt-
cdge bonds, in amounts of $500 and
upwards, or by subscribing to the
stock issue in amounts of $100 and
upwards.

ELECTION OCCURRING
IN FINLAND TODAY.
HELSINGFORS, Finland, Feb. I-
An election is in progress today for
the new Finnish diet to succeed the
one dissolved last November became
of its refusal to sanction the bill In-
troduced by the government asking
for an appropriation of $4,000,000 for
the defense of the empire. It is ev-
pected there will be no change lt
the political complexion of the New
Diet which which will assemble on
March 1st.


I.-pl TiII, "I. TO DECIDE WEATHER
now see where our meets have been T DD WEATHER


looked uponi as a fixture and it seems FOR NEXT SIX WEEKS
NEW RULES TO KEEP OUT hard for an outsider to believe we WASHINGTON. Feb. I-Tomorrow
are not going to have a race meet is the day and date on which the
I KIt hI is uviitt_.r. ground hog will decide the mnetero-
UNDESIRABLECHINE "l-l,,t' b 'cl vry cff;tir tl a'ialge logical conditions for six w--t-ks to
!a carnival t'or tiu r i,,ddlt r lattr ,,oie, if th!e old s p rs in .irround-
i'a t )t 31t (t 1; ', l )'': 1., all 114 i Cg atndleIiaas 1)Day ;,r.,' i.) b P
UNLESS YELLOW MEN CAN SHO\/ W ( t( P "" *'- d 'a e
''d it iII ) tll). d i ,n ti t' i(ttPI' a sWV (i't (, d at th.-ir t -;i< h.ti, I n le
A CLEAN BILL WILL NOT BE i : t1, ccasl tit>iia>h:i, .sso(iation ";rti s \,.tla.fr :>atf'j-, ;., i, ast
S.n; -d l ocal IIi \1 \ :Il t i,;< all d t tails mlt it, a[Id .-,. i, t, <>;,- on their
ALLOWED TO CROSS THE BOR- ina iio rnc p. t -.tL it r the
flR ':l Ir+ s ;ir;d adt e, .t.r : .,l aii li tU i.; '. .i .. ." t ,. rj'ii, d l tI .g had


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Following the announcement some
weeks ago that the annual Daytona
Beach Speed Carnival would not be
held this season, a flood of letters
to the officials of the Florida East
Coast Automibile Association has re-
sulted. The communications are
from all parts of the country, many
of them making inquiry as to why
the proposed meet was called off,
while others make strong protest a-
gainst the abandonment of the great-
est automobile race course in- the
world.
The Daytona Leach did more to
bring America to the front in the
automobile sport than any other fac-
tor It was here that the European
makers brought their fast cars after
they could not send them at top speed
in Europe, and it was only after the
famous Brooklands track, a three mile
circle, was constructed in England at
a cost of three million dollars that
the foreigners could race their cars
at home.
So urgent are the demands of the
Futomobilists and factory managers
that the local speed carnival be not
abandoned, the officers of the East
Coast Association are realizing that
every effort must be made to pull
otf a big meet this winter.
The recent arrival in this country
of a mo.ister 200 horse power Benz
racer, with which Heinmmery covered
a mile on the Brooklands track in 28
seconds, practically assures a mile in
25 or 26 seconds if the car is put on
the beach here.
Barney Oldfield purchased the car
two weeks ago and as arrangements
for a motor race prior to this time
had been completed between the own-
ers of the Benz and Lewis Strang's
200 horse power Fiat, it seems that
this great match could be gotten here.
In fact, there is no other course in
America where the two cars could
be raced at top speed with safety.
A prominent local enthusiast said
this morning "I did not realize that
the automibilists throughout the coun-
try considered the Daytona Beach
meets of such great importance. But
when I read a batch of newspaper
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^ I -^ I^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^iE a*II I I-e a wih d -wk onrd Go p a sen up -
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I WS #B U Y tha AI. esevten boemutfwomndhers. p
o M T The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.

U T GOODS.rt pinwteq suea bidu whdicG Nearyt a




Sle i otringed with tropical upon thge-
(atl'U. waves; watcottages with roomy
verandas looking out uponrher bosom,




------ --- ---a fo gie shed i reicn ountless num- f
T O ll_ rs u d--eP as ime were a to those
be ~ ~a6-&~ i@ with rod and reel; her bosom fleck-
Cwpd VREA( d ua with duck and coot and snowy-
*wingtrd sea birds, which sit about as
k -2"- low 10 -- i: .- for the sport of bobbing upon the
waves; watch that lubberly old
white headed pelican pouch a fat
mullet, and that fish hawk struggling
MACS a!upward with his floundering load he
M TCAL _W 51- snatched from the water.
I ,S 2 a'See the beautiful launches, spick
MACS 0s jand span, their hampers and lockers
e bulging with refreshments both solid
and liquid ready for a cruise upon th
J beautiful surface- Take oni your '!,e
a" glass ard sweep tle river fro=
*TON KA RIVER m id 0 Ormondg bride !o Ponce Park
i z gIt h--.;se. then say Whether the
Halifax isnt a u::~ of t'eauty and
90 SAN wdt0 E--3u a joy tor-er, and one of the modern
XLar~ees, F-te"t. and Excellf-at *r i
B L i K. EKU-mWOOD. Mgr. 0 nders.
The Enchartirg-y Picturesque Ridge-
____ ___ ____ ___ ____ ___ ___wood.


FOUR CYCLE -
LAMB Marine
ILH. C Thompson, Agent S
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Pw bowe UI


E.T. PITCHER
HAVANA CIGARS
Narah Dach st, Ntoa. P Fa.
CALK FOR MY CIGAR5
Clear Havana Smokers 5c.
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rJACOB ESPEDAHLu


Pisn% a.and -i''0
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1 -A" t'A. FL-ARM1A.


OSCAR MICHAEL
I CONTRACTOR
I Filling and Grading
SHeav y Hasln a Specialty.
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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 great fee-
toons of Spanish moss sway as the
trade winds from the tropic seas
fan them Looking straight ahead


down this white shell street one ha,
the impression of a fairy path wit!
elLssh draperies, but as you mov,
along and cast an eye first to tn4
right and then to the left you see dis
tinguished cotaize homes in the n-os'

S-e the -:tn. n g leaf of the &rarx
mzagnC-lMa v.Wl: i>ah r h-~ s va~i~sh'-c
a~ rn-? a::iw><' brrsh e;'r could; an";
Ssh,. 3- :.-. a:.d s a r pal--s.
5< :.^ c- ".- F L.. 'y't -'-[,',- :Ts ,'r-x .
::e L-77"'; k" lh cw h the:rn -'",.d -r
*o = -:- f,' -* 1,.h!_ -.i: *o -.

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^*c'-:^ .:-L --:or ea--;*y .
Surpassi-g Beauty of Cur Cottage
;Aomes.
No o^ -: Daytona's atract.^ns.


,.etha;,s, c< AS more nearly u,_i-
versal attention and praise than does
the artisic cottages The owners of
these charming vill.s hail from every


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....-- superficial .observer With such laV-

A O wt MIh weat atf -atuial beauty It be-
e 8 mim o f ae m an eay Wthin for the hand of
l! ith^- woIrk^ 1k _P 11- in Mo. 8m to gti the finishing tou' es
1--s o n" itm at Wn whieh have wrought out the colors
a nd outline of th big picture.
I_______ ) O,-Man did al this in the laing oaut
ILO of the sare"e with, their wide wgim
AUTO OWNE RS ATTENTION- of package. The entire city becomes
We are about o eulor another rte in A fat Park with dvewys witter
Rubwr. 1er. T T hinM It will pay y sw eCt mles upon miles of drive-
noW to tftwvictbate thou merits of Vle.nt mz-
IaIr. WIth prpdr work 'on gti one-third way so goou as to attract I oftor
Uore mlii a.p-quit- an item attheppt ao o rte n beti te. y
tImi. Praketkal wee don- a THE vL- from all over the cotient
CAiZeR&. COrTrA S AvSrN. Wtn. 8. And as for the paTPmntle. pave-
McGreMwr.
F T S jar FLO)A ROADS ients that look and act like grAte.
-where else between the east*e
FOU nD AT LAST ani western seas are so many misd



rhoAT LASTn i nhereitao vnts 1P oTh
A plac Bec SfjrT g "t ^_ in proportion to inhabitants, The
H w nate t mn pavement question stands with the
ym aCe d Not C 3a street as one of the chief drawing
e& A amisved wi ViP- cards. Till some unheard of
ped Cre 5C a cop. place reports more and better. Day-
T. F. CURTIS & SON tona r throws down the gauntlet to the
i world.
S Brs.* Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Frut.
i ee lDunn Bros, Wiatever oone's shortcomings and
h however indifferent or even callous
2A t Atone may be to many things, the mere
25c v W ndOW. mention of '--flowers and Squirrels.
i birds and fruits"' will send a thrill
that is reflected in distended pupils
,b ---- ----to I .and pricked ears.
""-" -..'- pFor every visitor witn a spare goo-
1WMi AMr I er there is a bunny ready to come
Sand accept your gift. He will sit bolt
SPROFESSIONAL upright and knaw into the meat,
ADVERTISEMENTS casting furtive, saucy glances at you
meanwhile.
':J Flowers. Usually fresh and blcom-
1^m -"ing the year roundd You arc- reminded
% I A i? \ in o~f~k 'af Goldsmith's couplet %h-?re
Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah. Ph. G. *^ ^ ^ ^ ,p
~ .EflO van Ph. spring its e:i~:vis't P-id:
ld.0.I- Cp. ---r:O-:y= And sDmerls lhgerimg blossoms
...... ... tmeera r e
Noe.. -T ..rot...... iLas and eated are delayed.
b y the Electr-Thermos-VArtory Method. la one yard roses of va:i"ated hues
B i h *~ T-. v,. v1:zh 'predominate; another household has
SBX.-.uat .-- .hJ.u-i u:. i h a penchant for the poincetta and the
Pi premises are aflame; anothe-r is hid-
* -den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety
* is the spice of life and here is where
:: DR. F. H. HOUGHTON jyou find it.
i oB. .. T he i. The birds flit in, and with their
i rMI HIIIJ-De Intist I joyous notes help to give fullness
is N om~lh (rffi<(ce in p-ck Block e and symmetry to the picture.
* PRO -OU. v End %oth Brigt 0
* .hsU nOurgeon ,-** *rDaytona yields the palm to none for
-a n Hh e n .,quauty and quality .per acre. There
l are scores of citrus groves in prox-
OSTEOPTHaY n*imity to the city, branches bending
GIdoat- ud-r A SliOnd.-r oI to the earth with their burdens of
('_-tepathy at KtrksMim. eaor:i. 9.luscious golden globes, which for
lNINETH O EAON IN .LAYT-N4-A a g-
*I seit'-d on Vou.ia Av.-a--. 2 door. : beauty, proflicacy and all desirable
W !tof .TheGa s V.. .. -. -, I
*Ihta- AR TEC Bli attea-t qualities would truly as.o aish you.,
---ad ONRA- TO-I-.-.*.; The Fastest Autos and The Finest'
Out.
*-* -- --- T ..s n.e wAorld wonder, do yeu
E. L. STEW/ART 0 sk:' Come, w-heth-r from Missourn
Physician and Surgeon r :rom Maine. from Kaiamazco or
:X-ray an d High Frequency Tl uco and y:.-o w.i t~e "sno;-.v.';
Arrratus.- -l *' -* -r ^-.-. v;o-".^ s record for
P:-.: '- 4:h '*^. v-- ',- p. U l->-~-- -3 b*7cken '-I; :'x .-evry r^<^:rrix2
***0U**--- *U--U*--0i*3*U "-" iO^.c, th- 2~S's, th- fast-
;e~u~eouu~~um-... --- ''-^^ r-nr* ;..*.- ondiv aa I

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Six Acres oi Park-
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Rates:
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FITZGERALD

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LAWYERS
Daytoua, Fta.


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SFlorida usiee,
Lah~ocean breez.:s are frnee,te
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as the increasing
mands siA hotels and
houses there is ample coUik
m oda:ion for all winter viiit
Seabreeze contains a
opera house and a i i
Church: at Da-.tona Beach is a&_
Church. Aa excellent hio
is ;:-rated near the division
txeea the two towns. Both
h.;e etnerpnrsing business i
ilshments. as is evidenced by-i
advertisements aon :h.e leit and
All the attractiveness oi
applies to Daytoaa Beach, thW
towns be:an s, s:-- '.arlvy
The development: -: Daytonam
has been fully as chenomImil .#
sister oa the norh,, and R
there is a substantial growth,
great sand dunes have been"


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NEW FIMYRNA
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NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
Dinners for Motor-
ing Parties a
peolalty
Rates: $2.00 per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES
PROPRIETORs


M.m&
6ALIREATH
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW SMYRNA
FIA)RIDA


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


L. Ce. C SOLI
Tonsorial Parlor
Oldest stand iii town
NEW SMYRNA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
Removed Without
Pain
SANITARY BATHS

PURE

ICE CREAM
Confections
Cold Drinks

The Best of Every-
thing In Our Line


RIZY'S


New Smyrna
Ia the Place |


ROSE VILLA
Mus.H. MOELLER
Proprietress
Meals for Transients
a Specialty
NEW MYRNA

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ORMOND


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ORMOND, FiLA.
Frank Mitso0, Prop.
Rtntes; ??. r'i.1 "^
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JAS. CARNELL
OULJOND, FLA.
Munu;. cturr of
Pure Home-Made

GUAVA JELLY
MARMALADES AND
TROPICAL
PRESERVES
Special Attention to
Family Orders
HICHKfT AWARID AT,
P. n- .niAme-rican Ex-
t.sil ion-Buffailo
'.-.t India Exposl-
1 :-)n- h'rlt, retou
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Pxi.


I ( {.t,.'N ', FLA.
iFi~le Groceries
V. ttabics Fruits
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j(;: aqd
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Best Grown
(ji'o i fl orSt. Ausili.-
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North of
lbTi-"L E.ORMOND
Beed, Knox and
Beed Company
If LOW Postofftce


ORMOND is five miles north of'
Daytoai, located on the western
bank of the Halifax River. The lo-
cation of the town permits of good
drainage and perfect sanitation; the
elevation is superb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge con-
nects Ormond with Ormond Beach.
Many fine residences are main-
tained on either side of the river,
most of them embellished with sub-
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees.
Th' town is veryV cosmopolitan,
has an excellent graded school, sev-
eral churchc-.. a fine public library,'
up-to-dat r places of business and
comfortable and convenient hotels
and boa-din^ hous:-s.
Ormo.i hais paimny of the Florida
attractions-fine f.-uit, good fishing,
excellent automob'ling, safe boating,
salubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
At Ormond Beac.h 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 scats which are mute invita-
tions to enter into the enjoyment
thereof.
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-
riage or automobile-long drives and
short drives; drives through groves
of golden oranges; drives through
dense tropical forests to Spanish
ruins; drives to the ancient Cause-
way built by the slaves of plAnters
of long ado, 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-
ticli;.s is Numnilber Nine, located on the
pc,.iusaWl, five miles north of the
Hotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
orange grove, togcthier with great va-
rieties of other si.b-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.

CPTTA PEP AND ROOMS TO LET-
COi I.H/AI Furnihe.d; Modern In-
v nv ^ ~pr(vtineflntq; on River
Front or S1do Rtreetq. R4 nts Reasonnbhl.
e.,c to AV. F. (O0LEY at Ormond.


= DELAND THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA 7


-CALL ON
0o WRITE TO

NACON

TENTON
ORMOND
IF IN A.'Y WAY
INTERESTED
IN PROPEURY IN
ORMOND OR
ORMOND BEACH
He Will Give Your
Bust\i,.s Prompt
AttentSion


MILDRED LODGE
i Foi-rlvl,," Mihll(n d
V i I a,
()RMON(), FI.A.
A First Class Mod-
ern House; Rooms
Single or En Suite;
with or without .
Private Bath. Ser-
vice and Cuisine
Unexcelled.....
A. M. WATSON
Propr.


COOK'S GROVE

On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South of Ormond


One of
Groves
County


VIS
WEI


the Finest
in Volusia


ITORS
LCOME


THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

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


PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
(Inc.)
OWNER of the BEST
River Front
PROPERTY
IN PORT ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands


F.0A- .-e.


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 churcte3, one of the
best graded schi'is in Volusia
county, two general stores, a real


PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
('Oti v,1 li.ii ; '*,! \lif, -
AlI plt it -,h
WM. C. HOWViS
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VOLUSIA
COUNTY
BANK
DULAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

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


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


J. W. PERKINS


Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


Will Practioe In
State and
Federal
Court s

iDELAND, FLA.


W. Do IHAYNES
Grocer
DELAND, FLA.

"We Rp<,ak for
Your Trade."


LANDIS &fISHM
Attorneys at Law
Praietltii in 1tiall
Statt and F.,derIal
courtss
Special facilities for
investigating and
perfuctlng titles
iELAND, FLA.


STEWART & BLY
Isaac A. Htewart
Egford Bly
Mary Stewurt
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Public
DEMAND. FLA.


For Florida
FARMS
GROVES
TIMBER o
TRUCK
LAND
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Equipment ease

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tSors ad
struotors. C.,ilM-,
but Ynon-Sect0manab
inform at on,
address:
Lincoln HBullk,
Ph. D.. Ltt. D.,
LL. D.
- President j


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DELAND, the county t of
Volusia County,
is situated 23 miles southwest of
Daytona and is reached m I Oh lat.
ter city by an excellent hard-surface
road recently cosaructed.
At DeLand is located the John B
Stetson University, one of the lead-
ing educational iatitations of the
South. Because of the interest in
matters e4dc tiol'w DeLand is known
as "The Athens of Florida."
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and instructors. There
are over $400,000 in buildings and
equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-
ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
resenting an investment in building,
endowment and books, of more than
$120,000. The library is the United
States Government depository for the
State of Florida, and contains over
15,000 volumes. Science H3ll, one
of the newest of 16 buildings, with
its furnishings, represents an outlay
of $60,000. Elizabeth 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 tnis 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 w.tcr at little cost.
Nine housz- of worship testify that
DeLan.d is a church-goiuI commu-
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, M,;th-
odists (Northern and Southern), Pres-
byterians, Christians and Catholics,
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
The graded school offers a teu
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 shell and
marl roads; the St. Johns is crossed by
ferry near Osteen and cars can then
continue to Sanford and Orlando by
hard road. There is a shell road
from DeLand to Orange City, five
miles, and a good road from De.Land
to Lake Helen, a like distance.


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Manufacturers Ia
LUMBER
LATH1
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
Agents:
MasuIy's Paints
Paroidiooting
Whitehall Cement
ElDorado Plaster
Georgia OClay Brick
Bond 8nod Brick
DPLAND, WLA.


ALLEN'S
Nv.xt to Poitoffnoe
DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS
DT.AND. ),FLA.


A. II. WOODALL
The
Leading
GROCER
DKFLAN D, FLA.

J. A.
ERICKSON
& CO.
Largest stock of
Pianos, Organs and
Sewing Machiwne
South of Jac'onrile
DeLANI). FLA.

Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Shops
WOW HODGKINS
Proprietor
D.rAND, FLA.
Manufacturer of
Buggies and Surreys
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B.
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*A PANI, AND COMPANY MANHATTAN OPERA COMPANY LIBRARY ITEMS OF
HERE FOR TWO NIGHTS. HERE FEBRUARY 8th TO 12th. SPECIAL INTEREST.
t .M- -bi Paige (the Idol of the Messrs. Snead and Welta, of the In answer to the librarian's appeal
I g^ o .bgr- mun e9eienet corn- Opera House, have managed to close published .in the Daily News last
I wiy l ob e I at the Opera House a contract which will bring the cee- week, four books have been received
S- a com cing Wednesday, brated Manhattan Opera Company to as donations to the library within the
tb y ,2 & Daytona for five nights and two mat- past two days, as follows: Mrs. Mary
2U speata pky will be a correct inees, beginning February 8th. The Duck, two books Mrs. Jarecki, one
a tIsim of Mary J. Holmes' Manhattans have proved to be the book, and Mrs. Cowie, one book.
g p e movd entitJo "Tempest and sensations of the South this season The new books received at the It-
ilhtne." The Jacksonvlle Times- and the local theater engagement brary Saturday ordinarily would have
Vab In Its iome of Monday, January means that the tourists and local taken several days for the librarian
I lt commented as follows: patrons of the theater will have unassisted, to cover, label and index,
but through the courtesy of a number
S: standing room was at a premium something worth while during the en- of the home and visiting patrons of
t the Duval Theater last night and gagement of the Manhattans. A dif- the library who cheerfully set them-
gfgi from the continuous interest ferent opera will be sung by the Man- selves to work Monday afternoon,
Ad frequent bursts of applause from hattans at every performance, the the books will be ready for distribu-1
tm great audience assembled, the opening presentation being Auber's tion by Wednesday afternoon. The
generous workers have the thanks of
opening night of the new play, Tern- "Fra Diavolo." e librarian as well as the reading
---- -the librarian as well as the reading
W a0d Sunshineby the Mabel Paige The Manbattans number thirty peo- public.
ay was a success. The story, pie, and with Miss Kittie Nice Perle, More chairs are badly needed in the!
byl Mr. Holmes, Is familiar to many foz prima dona, the company is fort- library, for the the past week the
Ad it need only be said that the ified with strength from the prima patronage of the library has been so
ramatixation has brought out all of donno down to the smallest chorus large that there was not seating ca-
te important features of the book girl. Seats go on sale for this en- pacity for all present.
Uad that the various members of the gagement four days ahead of the op- Work on the causeway from Beach
Pige company assigned roles In the ening performance. Orders can be street to the library was discontin-
Wfay proved fully equal to their roles left ahead of time with the manage-,ued .or ak material, While the
md thoroughly pleased all present.,ment of the theater. coquina was ordered some time ago
AU senes in Tempest and Sunshine I ^ ^\g r r
cenes in Tempest and SunshineI now that it is needed the lighters are
nt laid in the South and there areI ACTORS' CHILD LEAGUE all engaged on other jobs. It seems
T actsr and six scenes used in tel- AGAIN AT DAYTONA. a shame that a delay should come
tUg the story, Miss Mabel Paige ap- mi f h ti
in the role of Fanny Middleton, The Actors' Child League, which Just now, in the midst of the tourist
*ams in the role of Fanny Middleton, I;a~ when better accessihilitv to
iik-nwamed "Sunshine," and admir- entered in this city last season ar- season, when better accessibility to
CUCX-nameCI .~~ie 1n theri library would ad~d so mteriallyT)1
ably fills the part. Mr. Luce, as i vel Saturday and will again make the library would add so aerially
ia ytoShe part. er. LUtne, as ex
Richard Miller, has a congenial role, aytona headquarters, making ex- to the pleasure of our visitors.
and was often applauded. Mr. DePew, cursions dcwn the East Coast and:
as the old darkey, caused many of elsewhere from this place. BATTLE FOR CUE TITLE
the laughs, and in the comedy work Miss Nella Whipple, general mani- WILL BEGIN TONIGHT
Vas ably assisted by Miss Hurlburt, ager of the league, is assisted this CHICAGO. Feb. 1-In Orchestra HaU
Who appeared as Aunt Judy, the old season by Miss Corinne de'Armour, eresta Ha
whgroap rmy,,e an art student, of New York. tonight Calvin Demarest aLid Harry1
mammy. T e are sevn c n i t P. Cline are to begin a tournament
Tempest and Sunshine is appropri- There are seven children in thechampionship at 18.1
ately and handsomely staged and party, five girls and two boys, the balkline billiards. Demarest is the
prWsented with alU attention to de- latter being among those here last present holder of the title and em-
tal. It will be presented at the year. blem, which he won in contest with
Opera House, Wednesday night, Feb. The party were in Jacksonville from George Sutton last fall. The tourna-
Bd Tuesday until Saturday and while ment is to continue three nights.


there gave entertainments at the
ROOSEVELT PARTY Windusor. Aragon and Seminole Ho-
Af IRTHWAM tels. No admission fee is charged to
HE ADl ING 'NIORTHIIWA&RrD


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WATRIA!, Belgian Congo, Feb. 1
-According to reports brought here
by native runners, the Roosevelt
hunting party will leave tomorrow or
next day for Nimule. This place is
to the north, in the province of the
Nile, and will be reached by boats
up the river Barel-Jebel. The trip
will occupy about two days. When
the expedition reaches Nimule the
big game hunting will practically be
over. The former president expects
to reach Khartoum about March 15,
where he will be met by Mrs. Roose-
velt.


these entertainments, but a collection
is takvn up to defray expenses and
further the work of the Leagite. he
children's serv:'es are given for the
good of the cause and the officers
of the League receive no salary. The
purpose of the League is to care for
and assist in various ways the chil-
dren of actors. The little people
were great favorites here last season.
They give a very interesting enter-
tainment.
*"For Rent," 'Furnished Rooms,"
'For Hire" and "Table Board" pla-
;ards at the Daily News office, tf


both men have been practising dili-
gently for the match for several
weeks, and both appear to be in
excellent form.

FREIGHT RATES ON
BRICK REDUCED.


WASHINGTON, Feb. 1I-By order
of the Interstate Commerce Commis-
sion, the rates charged by railroads
for the transportation of fire brick.
building brick and paving brick from
Central traffic Association territory
to the Atlantic seaboard were reduced
today from 25 cents to 21 cents per
hundred pounds. The commission al-
leges that the former rate was un-
reasonable.


IJudge Henry T. Titus
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Rev. A. L. Abercrombie, of the'
r'irst Baptist Church, will instruct 0O OOO i* */
a missionary study class in the lec- -g
ture room ut the church this season. HAD NARROW ESCAPE ,,,
The first meeting will be held on H NRO EC
Thursday afternoon at 2:30. Ladies FROM SUDDEN DEATH. REAL
,re specially urged to come, both R. R. Poston, one of S. H. Gove's B A R
members o& the congregation and foremen in charge of a detachment BA RI
strangers. The study class will be of carpenters at the new public schocIl
conducted in connection with the Wo-,
man's Missionary Socity. building, had a narrow escape from
death Monday forenoon, .i*
Mrs. Edith M. Durbin and sister,. While on the first floor of the T
Miss Jennie M. Little, who are lo- structure a heavy 2 x 10 inch Joist Twoh o
cated for the season with Mr. and twelve or fourteen feet in length, --eftm
twelve or fourteen feet in length so


'. J. springg, On Ivy Laue, len s un-;
day for a two weeks' trip to Palm
Beach, Miami and Cuba.

Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. White took'
a party, among whom were Mr. and
Mrs. Graham Thompson, to DeLeon
Springs, DeLand and Lake Helen,
Sunday, in their handsome and com-
fortable touring car. They spent some
hours at the DeLeon Springs, return-,
ing home towards evening, i


slipped from the hands of a couple
of helpers on second floor and fell
end first, knocking Mr. Poston's hat
from his head and striking his right
hand and side in its recent. A few
inches closer and it would undoubted-


ly have brained him.
Mr. Poston returned to his work a
few hours afterwards, but his side is
still somewhat sore from the effects


C. M. Wilder, of Daytona Beach, cf the blow.
went up to St. Augustine Monday!
morning and returned in the after-!CURED "LUNGERS"
noon with a party of friends from Bos' CELEBRATING TODAY
ton, who will spend the season at the'
tawson cottage on South Beach St. ISARANAC LAKE, N. Y .,Feb 1-
The party consisted of Mrs. Abbotti The Adirondack Cottage Sanitarium
iid daughters, Mrs. Emma Kebler founded in 1885 by Dr. Edward L.
atid Mrs. Kate Kebler. Trudeau and -hich was the first in-
stitution in the world for the open
.Mrs. Eliza Pellett and son, \Vm. W.' .
Mrs. Eliza Pellett and son, W. W. air treatment of tuberculosis held
P'llett, of Cleveland, Ohio, are vis-a
iting their friends, Mrs. J. Schnei- a celebration today in honor of its


der and Miss Flora, on North Ridge-
wood avenue, having come over re-
enitly from Eustis, where they are
spending the winter. They are
here only for a short time but expect


first birthday anniversary. Among
those who took part in the celebration


were twenty-five


former patients


of the sanitarium who were cured
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bothMWaa --
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day, from DecAmbir lio Apri I, by
T. R. PmG*ALD Xdlor-Mnsger.
C.S. HAWW4, Otty Bdltor.
GeO. F. COnOCi, mSperintendent.
Entered as seeond-ela matter Do-
eember 1, ISO, at the pomt oee at
Daytona, Florwida, under the Act of
March 1,18M



ME Of DAIITNA'S


OLDEST SETTLERS

DIED THIS AFTEIUR.K


Mrs. J. C. Maley, one of the earliest
settlers of Daytona, died this after-
noon at 3:15, at her home on South
Beach street, after a two weeks ill-
ness. Funeral arrangements have not
yet been made.


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WE be maingmi by white Northern help,
jam fWawis th North, and white
llam t Tim Ia will be applied
of do so&= cooked and served by the

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I PRINCE GEORGE
UD1r i Honroyd, Proprietors
^ OAY6roMA -LORIDA
Vu" au Improved Since Last Season.
-u1 Grounads-Located on River Front


Coi~ert ThiceDaily


ot TH BRS1TOL, Asbury Park, N. J.

Utio leaves Prince George dock for
.y Tueday mormig at 8.00 o'clock.


SHAMILTON


New and First-Clas&


- MYTONA


- FLORIDA.


Electric Lights


Electric Bells


Sheriff E. L. Smith returned to
SArthur HID, of Corry, Pa., cogme in his office at DeLaad this afternoon
SlIaturday night and Joined the large at two o'clock from Oak Hill where
Corry contingent in Daytona. He is a tLe had been in quest of the negro,.
guest at The Glenn. Will Jones, who, Sunday evening a-
e- ta-- Tnbout seven o'clock, stabbed to death
j The following party of Pittsbmrgers Henry Wingfall, another negro. Jones
farrved Monday and are guests at left the house immediately after the
The Ridgewood: Mrs. E. H. Meyers, killing and has not been seen since
Mrs. J. A. Scott, Carl M. Scott. although the officers have been mak-
J ing diligent search.
Mrs. M. Hannah, who has been: The details of the tragedy, as re-
spending the past two or three weeks lated by Sheriff Smith over the tel-
In Daytona, guest at The Magnolia, phone this afternoon, are about as
w et over to Daytona Beach today, follows: It seems that Jones' wife
and win spend the remainder of the was in a room with Wingfau and
season at The Seaside Inn. t Jones learning the fact secured a
knife and broke open the door. With-
The following party, who are tour- out saying a word he started cutting
Ing the State for the first time, ar- Wlngfall and the latter fell dead at
rived at The Desplahd Monday night his feet with six knife wounds in his
and will spend a few days here: For- body, two through the heart. The
ester Reid, Miss M. Reid, Mrs. W. coroner's jury returned a verdict
Robinson, Miss Alma May Robinson. ; charging Jones with the murder.


Monday's arrivals at The Ridgewom
include: W. J. Bell, Philadelphia;
Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Straebley, Cincin-
nati; Thos. A. Ferlong, Savannah;
Mrs. L. H. Adams, Evanston, Ill.; Mtu
Roemer, Chicago; Mrs. H. G. Hamlin,
Springfield, Mass.; Miss H. Masbeth,
Chicago; W. L. Conwell, M. D., Mrs.
M. Harmon, Boston.
Monday's arrivals at The Despland
include: Wm. Hart, Columbus, Ga.;
W. H. Pickens, New York; Mrs. Ed-
ward Sterling, Bridgeport, Conn.;
Mrs. M. C. Childs, Newton, Mass.;
Mrs .Frank Garlord Cook, Cambridge,'
Mass.: Wm. B Conk David Cook.I


Both negroes have been in the em-
ploy of Owens & Little, turpentine
operators, for a number of years.
The description of Jones is as fol-
lows: 28 years old; 5 feet, 10 inches
high; weight 155 to 160 pounds; gin-
ger cake color ;full face; wore a
mustache, high crown hat, striped
sweater and checked overalls.


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AUTOMOBILE JOY RIDE


ENDS IN DISASTER.


E. G. Roberts, an! a party of
friends from Orlando, while on the
!ew Smyrna road Sunday in Mr.
Roberts' E. M. F. car, met with an


Broo V A. ". Y.& W. B. Cover anI, accident that badly disabled the ma-
Brooklyn N. Y.; W. B. Cover and,
daughter, Miss Aileen Cover, Jack- chine, but fortunately did not result
sonville. in any serious injury to any of the
occupants, five in number.
PROGRAM AT THE CONGREGA- The car struck a stump on the road-
TIONAL CHURCH SUNDAY NIGHT s;de and veering off from it was pre-
cipitated into the ditch, throwing two
A very interesting program was Cf the gentlemen out. One of the
presented at the First Congregation- men in falling, struck the other in
al church Sunday night, as follows: the side and for a time it was thougl I
After the usual introductory service his ribs were broken, but this prov-
y.ed to be not the case.
of music ond responsive reading, Dr. ed to be not the case.
The rear axle of the automobile
Marsh lead in prayer and the congre- was broken and the housing badly
gation sang, 'From Greenland's Icy bent.


Land


FOUR THOUSAND ACRES


k6-m with or without Baths.


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L MABBETTE Prop's and Mgrs.


HE


PINES


b hgerst poiat on Ridgewood avenue. Large,.
Maites50 guests. Rates $2-S0 up. Tele-
jt fulrnamce heat, private bath. New and
X& MRS J. & HINSKY, Proprietress



Mf SEASIDE INN
M AMD JFU RNIjH- COTTAGES
6m n Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on
ik Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
- HORACE F. STEWART
J MAKCH, FLORIDA.


HE IVY LANE INN" j
watering to the most particular people. Otviitraul hication.
Srt!vr, I eb than two blocks from the clulbt. bank, post Whtlc,
MS. M and$4 .0 wper day---lIAt and hlht'llt-r ptr t-k.
Open November to May.
Wm. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.

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Mountains." Mrs. C. H. Abbott read&
a paper on the fruit of Missions and
Missionary efforts, written by Mrs.
Richard Stevens. "0 Loving Fath-
er,"a solo sung by Mrs. M. S. Ludlow
with violin obligato by Miss Elinor
Walker, of Hartford, Conn., and or-
gan accompaniment by Miss Willaunad
exquisitely rendered by the trio, fol-
lowed the reading. Miss Cross then
read an original poem, written by Mr
Lillian Keech. A recitation, "Marga-
ret's Might Box" by Mrs. F. H. Bogle,
of Holly Hill, followed next on the
program. The offertory, Shubert's
Serenade" on the violin by Miss
Walker accompanied by Miss W\Vil-
laume, was a beautiful production,
and gave great enjoyment to thel
large congregation. !
Mrs. W. I1. Edmondson, pres'!.'t,'
was in charge of the meetiti The,"
collection amounted to $21.03, "Uhh
amount greatly encouraged ,t:,. 10-
joiced the earnest body of mnii- ':.yY


workers.


PAY CENTRAL NOTES


A team was sent down after
and it was brought up to the
of the Daytona Auto Transit
repairs.


the car
garage
Co. for


COPPER COMPANY TO
REDUCE CAPITAL STOCK.
RAWVLINS, Wyo., Feb. 1 -Stock-
holders of the Weest Virginia-Wyom-
ing Copper Company, at a meeting to-
day will act on a proposition to re-
duce the capital stock from *2,u00,000
to $400,000 Under the plan a large
block of promotion stock will be can-
celled.
STANDARD OIL STILL
PAYS GOOD DIVIDENDS
NEW YORK, Feb. I-The usual
February dividends otf $1- a share
en the stock of the Stanldard Oil Co.
will be paid this ear ,re-ardl s tof
government suits '['vT '*,inaiy >s
vow earning app roxi iatlY 1 1.
000 and paying; $-ti.4.H '


shareholders.


NAXOS,


Of the best land in Florida,

some cleared and the balance


covered


with magnificient


growth of hickory, cedar and

pine, situated within one mile

of the largest g'rove in the

the State, reached by train,

automobile or boat


For Sale at a little


$5.00 an Acre


OF JACKSONVILLE


FROM STOCK ISSUE. SOUTH BOUND TO MIAMI
NE\W YORK, Feb. 1--TwentY t -Ue
million dollars of New York C-nt-.,ral ALLENILURST, Fla., .Jan .; -!The
three- year 5 per cent gold ii'tes houseboat, Naxos, of Jacksonivillc,
are due today and will be paid f,,om passed through the caiial yesterday
the proceeds of the recent stock is- going south, bound for M1iaii and in-
sue. termediate points.


Entire tract platted and sub-

divided, with many streets al-


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$4.25 case


AnmeM Star Ham .. .. ....I 20
PFrwm' Bacm ...... .. .. ..
Ariw'o _Simon Pure Lard In
PaIs, 3 -be. 65c.; 5 1be. $1.00
9 Ilbs. 20
PriM Ole I'n rolls .. ...... 30c
1. Y. t CreaMm Che .... 25
SWksChes ** ....... 40c
New Potto .. p peck, 4 c'
English Wanuto new croop-lb...20
Brazils, mw crop- .. *. .. Ib.. .0c


Almonds, new crcp -....
Mixed Nfut ........ ..
Florida Pecans .. .. .. ..
Shelled Almonds,.......
Seeded Raisins.. ..13C lb.,
Currants .. .. .. 13c lb,


SApricots, evaporated ..
Peaches, evaporated ..
Pears, evaporated ....
Oranges, per dozen.


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Lettuce. Radist3es, Green Onions,
Turnips. Beets,Parsley, Mint.
Carrots........... all 5c bunc
Pineapples .... 0 and 15c each
Cranberries 4.. 3c qt.. 2 for 25c
CALL AND SEE CUR LARGE VAR-
IETY OF FRESH VEGETABLES.

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PRODUCT.....


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If you're a lover of fine Teas you'll
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Mr -,aoa%' t aItm ae-a Ls to aJ with
a o w wlbte hair enhance" hia dignu i and
i, J lce Lurtm l 0.o tne In becoming an active
I after e wm sworm I by the cidef JulOce. He Is noted
K- amm at oem ph-awd Into the buinDe of the court.
m wMhh bp We aerM write opinions.


is No Place


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Daytona is known the


as the Prettiest Resort in


N I&e Beauty of the City

fet of the Universe left It.


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AMK a 'So.tlf016 is 0tw0 a,
*tNWM to raw 0110.t onow
ww-M alwas ie &M wism.
ASM* s T cn4 it vusr oj r
.fv Fwbw be bad 'beem bum" And
a &t r om o b eb1 01 tI e w0 d wN L and
4k he CM t-ut mWm t'
r Is ne Mm 4. -Me r 1 d
himMolf thawmu. al mai a a
taWJ 4l0r r a wtbO
Van IMEWW". MIp eaoqI em flaM r
C I~. XB fitn^Q r,~ ,mbgr. he
a tor a mibe be tb6 t t r
InKI. On. ubtI whie s1-hsl mg M
the tW cabin l be bad thrown to b
W OwMO U-~57 b~edu e Was
abakmd by the ond -tof foo p
UtMb L PrmmNtly be aw wberr his
door was a atrek of perpendicular
Slifbt and knew that the door was be-
lIg opened. In a few moments the
lUght had become a square. ion the ceo
ter of which was a crouching figure. It
crawled Into the cabin and had Its
bad on what few dollars Vano Rastle
pOseMsed when the matter came to a
ertis by Van Rastie ordering him to
throw up his hands.
The next scene was a western court
room. the judge sitting on the typical
dry goods box. The prisoner, an illI
favored young man with a crafty eye.
stood apart. The Judge addressed tb:,
prisoner:
"Nqw. then, Tom Baker, what you
been trying' to rob this man for?'
"Hain't I got a right to plead guilty
or not guilty ?" asked the prisoner.
"Oh. you been tried so many times
you know a lot about law. don't you?"
"Reckon I pleads not guilty."
"How air you goin' to prove sich rol
as that?"
"I don't need to prove it. You got
to prove that I robbed him."
"Waal. that's easy. Step up. Mr."-
"Van Rastle." the witness supple-
mented with some of his former pride
in his name.
"What's that lust part of itf'/
"6Van."
"Well. Mr. Dan Hustler, tell how
this galoot robbed you."
"'I heard a step without"-
"How didn't you know it wasn't a
painter?" interrupted the accused.
"Then my door opened," continued
the witness, "and 1 saw the figure of
the prisoner."
"How did you know It was mert
"He crawled In and had his hand on
my money."
"His money, j edge Jes 's It vajmU
able looking' coyote like that ever bad
any money.!'
Mr. Van Rastle winced.
"*I ordered him to throw up his
hands. He did so, and, grabbing him
by the collar"-
"Jedge. he's got to prove 1 had a
coat on! I ain't got no coat and nary
collar to my shirt."
*Then I marched him down here to
Empire and turned him in to the corn
mittee."
"1 tole you. Tom Baker," said the
judge sternly. "it was easy 'nuff to
prove you (lone it."
"Mightn't 1 have the witness?" asked
the prisoner.
"Have the witness; No. You got his


money. What d'you want him fur?"
"I water cross examine him."
"Oh: More law talk. elh? WVeil. go
ahead.'
S"WVhat's yer name. Dan?"
"l'eter St vesaut Van Iastle."
"i've lie-:r that. jed(.e? He admits
he'S In <) l uit zf i i rustler."
Tlheifi ,liwv(id questioIIns as to the
%VitiiW"s' :[*,'. iplaice of residence-in-
deed. ever lhin tilthe prisoner could
thlik f lF'ii:iAly tile judge stopped
the iue "You. 'F,,:i In l ier. shet uip! Yer
thinking" '\,ii air a-rannin' this case in-
stead o' 14,' o.llmui many times you been
in. j:iI.'"
"S',puse I hev been in Jail. edge.
Didn't you ne ver read any stories in
the newspapet'rs tellin' how an inner-
cent man went to jail because one o'
him pals turned state's evidence and
swore him away?"
*#?&rrhf h-An't* nn ai&t-h rnaa T'rnm RA-.


One of the western representative,
who have been a thorn in the flesh of.
Uncle Joe Cannon during the present
session Is Elbert H. Hubbard. who
represents the Eleventh Iowa district.
Mr. Hubbard comes by bis facility in
congressional work by Inheritance
since his father represented an Iowa
district in congress forty years ago.


Victor Murdock.

One of the Leaders of the Insurgent
Congressmen.


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kitty


Physiiams for

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run .h Electric ..f Csv N6csr. Tuj

Grdiss c~g hbsFsmad WugPam.


THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC. ICE


WATER COMPANY.


WE CONFESS


We admi it fHradly the Mercamts B" wobs yew buoim


ode weabsh


can aSure o t return er yo r yewims, lt is bmai mEt dly rs a O mEwMa
which we breer alost period. h Plct Imd seM foy hr evey -dr es-
ed to our care.
i ncolw.d urnuwe n, heoe oeuranhu tom to evar d=apsdh rqds ms
less of the amount be may have.in this bhok.


Capital .
Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders Liability


$250.000.


$100,000.00
50,000.00
100,000.00

Total, $250,000.00


That amount stands between your deposit aad


any possible loss.


We repeat:


This bank wants your business.


Merchants Bank


(Branch of Volusia County Bank)


A. D. McBRIDE, Preident
J B. CONRAD. VisProdat
F. N. CONRAD, Casier


The very head and front of the In-
surgent opposition to Speaker Cannon
has been Congressman Victor Mur-
dock of Kansas, oine of the ablest fight-
ers in either branch of the national
legislature. Mr. Murdock gained some
of his pugnnacity while sitting in the
editorial chair of the Wichita Daily
Eagle.

am
Gilbert N. Haugen.

Iowa Representative, One of the
Leading Insurgents.


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THEATRE

MOTION PICTURES


PROGRAM


1The -zp-imti-Full Reel

dw oud .of&owDa go @1wgo
A Rm im. the Amdes
(Rin P s)
The Boys Heir -
A Slave's Love
(MA rdmii)


Udom Tdeaet


THOSE. W. LANE
Skig and Monologue


ILLUSTRATED SONG
IUSC BT WOODS' ORCHESTRA

MH ihr bywnlamess they
mm hem prmed area by the New
lmye Pem Cmmr e-ad.


CAS W. RITCHIE Presemft
(The Idol of the South)
Miss Mabel Paige
A"d he- meet asodm l Creamy
TWO-NIGHTS--TWO
COMMENCING P- a.J
Wednesday, Feb. 3rd
OPENING in th I domestic Comedy
Drama, a7 correct dr matizatlon of
SMary J. Hoimns' great book
"Tempest and Sunshine"
Prices 25c- 50c 75c

ManhatWan Opera Co.
FEB. 8th to 12th

Seats on Sale at Hanlkins'
Drug Store.
Dance every Tuesday night.



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


J. M. Chaffer was at home from
Oak Hill from Saturday morning un-
ti Sunday evening.

A couple of colored men are run-
ning a very successful moving pic-
ture show at Williams Hall in Mid-
way.


LOW TI0S ON T HE BEACH
4 :12 today; 7:00 tomorrow.

THE WEATHER.
For Eastemrn Florida: Fair tonight
with frot, except In exterome north-
west and extreme southwest por.
tlons; Wodneday fair and warmer in
north and central portions; light var-
iable winds.

Mrs. Frank E. Bond is visiting with
friends in this city.

H. Lassen, of Wichita, Kansas, was
among the Sunday arrivals at Daytoi a


I *Millinery opening at Mrs. S. M.
Rya'.. on the Shell Boat, ]riday and
SSaturday, Feb. 4th and 6th. dl-4t

The dances formerly held at the
Guild Hall will be cottfnued at the
Palmetto Club house every Monday
evening under the same patronage.
**FOUND-Pocket book containing
small amount of money and papers.
Call at DesPland Hotel, room 88.
Mrs. G. L. Traffarn, a member of
the millinery firm of M. Ella DeVoy
& Co., and a niece of Mrs. J. H.
Meagley, arrived today from New


York.
John Davis, colored, died at Midway
Saturday morning, and was buried Mrs. Charles E. Gardiner and Miss
from Friendship Baptist church Sun- M .Ella DeVoy left for Orlando this
day afternoon, morning, g(;ing over by automobile, to
attend the state convention of the
*Automobiles stored at reasonable D. A. R.
rates. Saratoga Inn Garage. d-Fbl-tf
The public school has just received
It has been rumored that some of new chemical and physical applianc-
the boys of the city were to form a es, which will make class recitations
basket ball team, but so far it has more interesting. Also the promised
failed to materialize. Ws it merely raised maps, which are excellent
rumor? and just what was needed.


E. R. Godfrey, a prominent business
man of Milwaukee, Wis., arrived in
Daytona Monday night and joined his
friends, Mr. and Mrs. 4. A. Bryden,
who are spending the winter here.


Mrs. W. F. McCoy, who was with
her husband, Capt. W. F. McCoy on
board the steamer Constitution, re-
ceived a telegram at Rockledge an-
nouncing the death of her father and
left by train from that place, Mon-
day morning.


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SThe launch, Carolyn, having in DU- I ve. enC.atALLENH T
I to osba iha riigpry1V venience at A LLENHURST
tow a houseboat with a cruising party The entertainment at the Crystal Five Hundred Feet of Free Dock, Frev ater.Home-Made a
(Tro'eries ti('t CRYPrices. Ltunt-h f~upl?1les WE CARutY tinil
aboard, tied up at the Root Dry Dock Theater was especially pleasing Mon- roP'rs t City Prtce. Lnch HuPPeS. WK CAB3Y tact
Mna to h s work dn a especalpleasTO1n OVER and j NJoY the FpXHIX.. We e cn be rewchd b____
Monday to have some work done up(an ay evening and drew a good house INDIAA RIVER COM PANV.
their Loats. They are on their way throughout the performance. Wood's
to points dcwn the coast. orchestra gave a fine program, and
Sthe singing by Messrs. Lane and Pel- Mesdamen E. T. and F. N. Conrad
SMrs. C. L. Lloyd, of Toledo, Ohio, lir or apreia specialtis. will entertain at bridge and five hun-
and Mesdames Good and Moore, o' dred atl ti. Palmetto club house on :
Petosky, M ich.. who are spending Lf'l Ife~joafoi :1 o
wietoskyr Mih., who are spenditnt Mh,. The following lI r'e party fro:i TIe \Vednesdav afternoon from 2: : to ,
winter in this city, went to Miami ,Magnolia made the trip )on th 'her- p. m
Monday night. The last named 1.- okee today: Mrs. Sanf9rd and grand- ;
dies to spend a few days and Mrs. daiiuhters, Elizabith and Isabel, Mhs- Mrs. F .1i .Nash. of Norwalk, Conn., .
Lloyd to remain a month or more. 1 ,,- \ .. Coidul!, Lowe, O.er- and daughter, Miss Winnie, will ar-'
: .v, and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mercer- rive here focr the season this week.
Miss Ruby Wilson, daughter of Rev. ea:, and Mr. .erce'eau's brother ad Mr ash s sister-in-law of C. Nash ENE J
J. L. Wilson, arrived Monday night his wife. and has spent one or two seasons in
from South Bend, Ind., for a three Daytona, visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Rents new biyA
months' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wil- W. C. Caswell is busy remodelling Nash, but will probably take cottage
son at their home on Baker street, his cruising yacht, Hazel, at Root's this time. week; $6.00 per v
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I Voo VYIbOUn, w u s 1 a ntriiiu nurise,
has visited here before.

*BASE BALL, Feb. 9; Rollins Col-
legs vs. Daytona. d-lt


Mrs. Geo. Bartholomew, who was ELKS CARDS-with the beautiful Mrs. F. A. Mann, of Seabrook, was
hero over Sunday, left this afternoon embossed design, printed to your or- the guest of Mrs. Emma Edick, on
for New Smyrna. der-60 for $1.50 at the Daily News Volusia avenue from Friday until Sat-
office. urday and again Sunday, spending
-P8ome 29 will call for your clean- Saturday night with friends at Holly
bg ad pressing. 0. 8. Burnett. tf Born, to Mr .and Mrs. R. A. Pellett, Hill. Mrs. Mann came down from Sea-
a nine-pound son, early Stmunday morn- brook and returned with Mr. and Mrs.
Min Carrie Cunday arrived from ing. Dr. G. A. Kiock was the at- E. A. Lapp.
New York the latter part of last tending physician.
week on a visit to her sister, Mrs. *Don't forget the ball game, Wed-
G. W. Enory. Mrs. Richard Gardiner, a friend of nesday, Feb. 9, Daytona vs. Rollins.
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Munroe, ax- d-l-6t
*BOAT FOR SALE, finest and best rived Monday from Chicago to spend'
fishing cruiser in Florida. 28-4t the season in Daytona. Claude S. Smith departed Monday
E. D. W. ROSE, Daytona afternoon for New York, leaving Mrs.
I.... atCO n-: r-A.Ne.Y--!, n-gIMrs


TR. D. Taylor went down to Cocoa
SMrs. G. W. Emory and daughter, Saturday night and returned Sunday
. Oipha, returned from a trip to Palm! morning accompanied by his sister
-Beach and are occupying rooms in Mrs. F. II. McGill, of Atlanta. Ga.
Sthe Fulgham apartments. uho had been visiting there for near
II \ throe weeks aftor hcing frnr crme


Dry Dock, and hopes to have the
work completed within the next three
weeks, when he will cruise to Miami
in her. She has been lengthened
several feet and other changes and
improvements made.


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

Miss Sara Griggs and friend, Miss
Mabel Henshaw arrived from East
Aurora last Saturday and are occupy-
ing rooms at the Brush Shoemaker
home on Third Ave. The ladies are
on their f;rst visit to Florida, and


Smitn ana ineir little son, Vernon, will be hern for a month stopping at
Sfor a longer visit with his parents, points of interest on their way as
, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Smith. Mrs. theov return North .
SSmity'*will go up to S. Augustine a
week from next Saturday, where she-
and Vernon will visit for a mmn1,,,91..


C. 3I. Carrier, Sr., of Pittsburg,
Pa., who has been spending the past
two weeks on Volusla avenue, left
this afternoon for Cuba. Mr. Car-
rier is a prominent lumber man of
his section. His son, C. M. Carrier,
of Sardis, Miss., owns considerable
property on the ocean beach at Sea-
breeze.

NOTICE
To the citizens of Daytona: As I
am desirous of filling the office of
school trustee, I will appreciate your
support, by ballot, at the coming mu-
nicipal election. d2-Tt
JOSEPH OSBORNE.



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