a I Noman2 A
AXR 2, 1910
* 3 0 **
~---~ J77T -
u low e-
wMo Iis ~RW THA EVENT
W" w LEDOF A$ US-
MV SION iMb. vgquked to have
to nobs s me" tuo- ay mBeeadt
|a t 11 tA A wmbisrl$s litis
iwT~~~~V ^ ~^^lffbus-
sf|7 aav .P &en. tet the
wmv! he "NA of 'beunarem e
*'Ik |~wnBaMWe ddhfleld
wflfc W %w ft W-: 30o
Id to be
&~ lar on earth. He will
Sbrag two other cars and a
U K, all to be driven by exper-
ftei drivers. The bif Fl7ft will
abso tely eater-so will ds. Then
it ist paned to have local eees, so
that In all it will be one of the great-
est meets ever held on the famous
It's up to you!
HEAVY WEIGHTS TO
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Feb. 2 -
What promises to be the most nota-
ble wrestling match pulled off here-
abouts in several years is slated for
the arena of the Casino rink tonight,
:.,hen Harry Ornamirn. the Minneap-
orn the olis heavy weight wrestler, is to en-
Smder-. I gage in a finish bout with Zbyszko,
Sthe giant Galician mat artist. In two
previous encounters the Minneapolis
i -rdo twe wan showed himself a worthy oppo-
nent of the big foreigner. The many
-"local admirers of Ordamann believe
bl ber taomr he will be able to hold his own with
M aM albl Zbys ko in a finish contest. Should
i -> 8ows" the latter fail to defeat his opponent
0" ti tonight it will probably spoil his
"Ow Cam c ance of getting on a match with
Frn k Gotch for the championship.
do Oi QOVERNStNT CALLS
Same, POR BANK STATEMENTS.
#' WMHINGION, Feb. 2-The Comp-
Stawr of the Currency today issued
a Afttr statements of the condi-
tar of NaUoaal Baks at the close
IDo: 'ae s Januar 21.
U. NDAUaHTfR OP WILLIAM
i ^ A$OR MARRIED IN LONDON.
?WDON. Ferb. 2-Mis Caroline
SAafD t Dmyton,. granddaughter of the
"to William Ajtor. was-quietly mar-
riod here today to William Phillips.
m n. first secretary of the American Em-
PFrrzGORA LV & OAThS',
AWIN iIuaselo" at Law
Epsbi7~W sfor 'Ring,
1 I-HT PRICES
. I m mlt to Tr.et You Right.
I Yo Ur Be Yor Jewler.
, L ROWE & CO.
UW -. -'s
SToasters for any kbind of toves Take a taice
at our window, then come O and examine them.
Gruber-Morris Hardware Company
"$o yeo don't trade vitb we both lose money."
MUAL OF MRS. J. C. MALEY '110 CINDTIONS IN PARIS
y HELD THIS AfTEIS
IMIAINS WERE LAID BESIDE
THQSE OF HER HUSBAND IN
- PINEWOOD CEMETERY,
AE VRY MUCH IMPROVED.
THE RIVER SEINE IS PRACTICAL.
LY WITHIN ITS OLD BED
The funeral of Mrs. J. C. Maley, CHES SINCE YE8TERDAY.
* Ike Jth was briefly noted In the ,-_._
wsew yesyth was briefly noted in this PARIS, Feb. 2-The River Seine is
aterNon at 3:00 from the residence practically within its old bed today,
South Beach : t0freem The service having fallen seventeen inches since
SSouth Bed byh street. The J. Wilderviceyesterday morning. An epidemic of
weaso omdt.ed by Rev. A. J. Wilder, typhoid fever, caused by the contami-
rector of St. Mary's Episcopal Churcb, nation of the water supply now
an4 the interment was at Pinewood atnohe, trSUIl nw
an theInterment was at Pinewood threatens the city, several cases hav-
Mrs. J. C. Maley came to Florida ing already been reported to the au-
Mrs. J. C. Male came to Florida thorities. Bulletins have been issued
in 1866 with her husband and several warning all people to boil all water
small children, being members of a used for drinking. Acute suffering
party which included J. D. Mitchell ue o n ^ ^ ^en
party which included J. D. Mitchell still exists, particularly in the su-
and family, who afterward settled u s b th s-
on the peninsula opposite this city. burbs, but the situation is improving
Mr. and Mrs. Maley first settled on
the site of wbat is now Ponce PA -i i .'. A
but was then known as Port Orange.' T, S S R UN HfOG DA
Several years later they removed TMf IS UND 006 DAl.
to Daytona and made their home at,
its present location on South Beach Today is Candlemas day, and
street, their house being one of not "On Candlemas day, if the e ,,i
more than two or three which then appear,
comprised the settlement. Mr. Maley, There'll be two winters in th.'
who had been engaged in the iron bus-' year."
iness in the north, opened a black- At least this inspiring couplet is the
smith and wagon shop just south of Scotch version of it; but the Scotch
his residence and conducted the rhymester was only half canny, for
same until his death, ten years ago. he left out the essential part of the
Mrs. Maley, since the death of her matter, which is the groundhog.
husband, has continued her residence Candlemas day, in popular parlace,
in the home, in company with sev- is nothing more nor less than ground-
eral of her children. She has always hog day; ground hog day from the
been closely surrounded by other frozen Yukon to the palms of Panama
members of her family, which corn- The story of the ground hog or
prised Fred D. Maley, Mrs. Win. woodchuck, which is scientifically
Jackson, Mrs. C. M. Bingham, Jr., known under the ponderous and awe-
whose death occurred shortly after inspiring title of Arctomys Monax, as
her father's, R. S. Maley, John K. told by the country folks for many
Maley, Miss Esther Maley, Jerome years to their children while seated
D. Maley and the Misses Florence and in the glow of the great hearth fire,
Isabel Maley. I is that on noon of this date thousands
In addition to her immediate family,' of years ago, when the earth was
Mrs. Maley is survived by a brother young, one of the first members of
and two sisters, members of a family the ground hog family, after sleeping
which originally included fifteen chil-I away the long days and nights of win-
dren. ter in its burrow, awakened on Feb-
Mrs. Maley had only been ill for ruary 2nd and crept quietly from its
about two weeks and was thought to hole to take an observation of the
be improving shortly before her death weather.
occuirrpd. Tuesday was the tenth an- The animal found the sun shining
ELKS TO GAT
3PENT CNE NIGHT AND MUCH
MCVIEY IN FLORIDA METROPO-
LIS AND THEN DISAPPEARED.
F. F. Smith, whose safe was robbed
as[ week of nearly $300, returned
Monday from Jacksonville, having
been unsuccessful in catching the
Mr. Smith had intended going oni
to Atlanta but was disuaded from so
doing by the police of that city, with
whom he conferred by telephone.
:ahy assured him they would get the
man if he came to Atlanta and that
his presence was not necessary.
The fellow did not stop at St.
Augustine, the point to which his
ticket was purchased, but continued
on to Jacksonville and spent Friday
night in a carousal in one of the sa-
.oons of that place, spending money
lavishly and treating all who would
fie. .he vaishcd f'om ,JacksoAi-
ville, however, the next day.
Mr. Smith has given up all hope of
recoverii:g any of the stolen money
., r.ks he was fooled by
th: ;niophi;tic;t d appearance of tht
t .! ..td ii at t hle l ovy was f 1
shrewder than he thought him. lie
c C 01 th t the (-'iolo 1%,"I go
to hlis homn eat Atlanta,
St!,he money lasts.
OFF SANDY HOOK.
SANDY HOOK, N. J., Feb. 2 A
big three-mniasted schooner sunk oa
the bar off here today. The fate of
the crew is unknown but the mem
Lers are believed to have been ta-
ken off by a passing vessel. It is
believed that the schooner collided
with an east bound steamer.
THIRTY TWO DEAD
FROM KENTUCKY EXPLOSION
DRAKESBORO, Feb. 2 Thirty-
two dead, two missing and six injured
completes the list of casualties in the
mine explosion of the Elk River Coal
company near here late yesterday.
About ten men escaped. The explo-
sion is believed to have been due to
the ignition of gas from a Miner's
DEMOCRATS WILL ATTEMPT
TO AMEND TARIFF
WASHINGTON, Feb. 2-The demo-
.-v *-n f + ,-. Tr/viox,/ tvil irri -<- n l a Qtr n-/
ANTLERED HERD WILL
STATE CONVENTION IN DAYTO.
NA BEGINNING APRIL 6th.
At the meeting of the local lodf
of Elks held Tuesday evening Ift wat
voted to suggest to C. M. Broedwvtrl
president of the Elk's State AU&Q@
tion, that the convention be held Is
this city commencing Wednesday,
April 6. At the last convention held
at Orlando it was voted to hold the
1910 convention at Daytona durtic
the first two weeks of April. The
convention will be in session three
days, and the fixing of the exact
dates is tentatively left to the lodge
of the convention city.
The Elks' State Association com-
prises all the lodges of the State and
many delegates are expected to be
present. Daytona Lodge is planning
on an elaborate scale for the enter-
tainment of the delegates-in fact
they are planning on having the ban-
ner meet of the Association.
SALE OF RARE BOOKS
AND VALUABLE WAR RELICS
NEW YORK, Feb. 2-The sale V
the library of the lateaG WUlam
:.'): k. VA., ( .de tred to the
South as the "hero of Fort Fisher"
autracted a large throng of collectors
and dealers to the IMerwin-Opayton
auction rooms today. Col. Lamb built
ili hid ton)clllamnd of -'Fo()rt Fisher, un-
til its fall in 1865. After the war he
served a number of years as mayor
of Norfolk, and was one of the lead-
ing merchants of that city. His li-
brary contains a number of rare books
broadsides and autographs .
Among the interesting items to be
disposed of in the two days' sale is a
copy of the Daily Citizen of Vicks-
burg, July 2, 1863 and a copy of the
Vidette for August 16, 1862, a single
sheet printed on both sides and pub-
lished at Hartsville, a village north
of Nashville, Tenn. It is a presenta-
tion copy from Brig. John H. Morgan,
the "Kentucky Raider," with the fol-
lowing written on it in pencil in hia
autograph: "This is the first paper
published in the army-published by
members of my regiment. I see Un-
cle Tom's name mentioned among
killed. I do not believe a word of it.ft
A rare Confederate broadside in-
cluded among the items is the original
Russellville, Ky., issue of Gen. Simon
D. Buckner's address, Sept. 17, 1861,
crais ot til Houuse win ma U xa SLll- calling upon the people of Kentucky
uous effort to amend the tariff so : r u
hat otakeul food sffs arms against "the usur-
that all foo)d stuffs may b~e lact-dII., I"y .11
NEvILEI H. CLARK
E0S S-FAE FITTD
EYESM METE-FRAMES FITTED
DR. C DeW. AKE
Office Hour--8: to 4 r
Office, South Beach Street Oppom
site City HalL
**holes-! nnow R40*1a Placid&
y -^ 2' :
..... > jm.^.' :" -. -,
... .. -2; -^
j -- ^
atot com sing priest
1 PUT OTION OF
I mmmi P i.--
IN A" Crp'et Wehvr at
No. us North Beach Street.
TI REAL STUFF
vIc L E. ELE ODMr
JTOMOKA RIVER and
| NEW SMYRNA
9 M M slew s
SM SAM CHOK
2 LaTmest, Ftastest and Excellent _er-
X ve. L. E. ELLENWOOD, Mgr.
* T A wdri" FOUR CYCLE !
i L2AlB MarineEngines
I H.L C Thompson, Agent S
SDemonstrating engine can be seen at
any time. Phone i.
ii------------ women MOI*
E. T. PITCHER
SNorth Beach St., Daytona, Fla.
CALL FOR MY CIGARS
ClearHavana Smokers 5c.
I JACOB ESPEDAHL
--Contractor and Builder"
I Designer and Craftsman 0
SuperintendsConstruction of Puil(1d-
S Ines. Pluns nd ipei-flcations
oil nhort Nottice.
I OSCAR MICHAEL
Filling and Grading
I Heavy Hauling a Specialty.
--T__-_---- --*-_---__---____--_--_- I --I
By L C. De MaE ,
One.. of Dato, maa'a crown o-
Irim Is hn hernonmpable beach. No
me who ever pet foot upon Its A
.#*o _aed sad; so one who !
e-er pedaled a bicye over Its -
pame; 24m one who ever d 1 -
pranci pair of home and lten'.
ed to the popping oft their Steel shoe *AU" OWNERS, ATTENTION-
upon Its IpphaltntI-Uke face; no one
who ever steered a high-power au-
tomobile down the broad streteb of
wave-washed and surf-packed sand
but realized that it is a world-feat-
er, a world-wonder. Go stand upon
this wide speedway and see the hap-
py souls flit by in Joyous mood, and
answer whether this is not one of
the seven modern wonders.
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.
Where think you is water with more'
pict.resque surroundings? Nearly a
mile u'de, fringed with tropical vege-
tation. artistic cottages with roomy
verandas looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless num-
bers b.ckoning, as it were, to those
with rod and reel; her bosom fleck-
ed with duck and coot and snowy-
winged sea birds, which sit about as
if for the sport of bobbing upon the
waves; watch that lubberly old
white headed pelican pouch a fat
mullet, and that fish hawk struggling
upward with his floundering load he
snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick
and span, their hampers and lockers
bulging with refreshments both solid
and liquid ready for a cruise upon th
beautiful surface. Take out your fiel
glass and sweep the river from
Ormondg bride to Ponce Park
light house, then say whether the
Halifax isn't a thing of beauty and
a joy forever, and one of the modern
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge-
We are about to enjoy another rise in
Rubber. Don't you think it will pay you
now to investigate the merits of Vulcaniz-
ing. With proper work you get one-third
more mileaae---quite an item at the present
time. Practical work done at THE VUL-
CANIZERS, COrTTAG- AVmuz, Win. 8.
FISK TIRES for FLORIDA ROADS
FOUND AT LAST
A place on Beach Street where
you can get Hot Chocolate that's
made right and served with Whip-
ped Cream 5c a cup.
T. F. CURTIS & SON
See Dunn Bros.
Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G.
Daytona Office over (GllhIs Pharnic-y, hours
2:t) to 4:0 p. In.
Nose, Throat, Lungs and Rhumatism treated
by the Electro-Thermos-Vibratory Method.
Daytona Bench Office In Th Van Valzah
Block, hours 8:(N to l1:M)a.i. .Spvcinl hours
m --o0 U- -0-m|OO|
SOW& Beach sblt
superficial observer. With such lav-
ish wealth of natural beauty it be-
came an easy thing, for the hand of
man to give the finishing touches
-which have wrought out the colors
and outlined of the big picture.
Man did all this In the laying out
of the streets, with their wide margink
of parkage. The entire city becomes
a great park, with driveways inter-
secting. miles upon miles of drive-
ways so goou as to attract motorists
from all over the continent.
"And as for the pavements, pave-'
ments that look and act like granite,
-where else between the eastern
and western seas are so many miles
in proportion to inhabitants? The
pavement question stands with the
street as one of the chief drawing
cards. Till some unheard of
place reports more and better, Day-
tona throws down the gauntlet to the
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
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
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
j4 the spice of life ann4 here is where
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest DR. F. H. HOUGHTON a you find It.
of a broad ridge, straight as the crow n The birds flit in, and with their
flies and the wide-spreading branches D lentlst I joyous notes help to give fullness
of the heavy-trunked live oaks ex- Office in Peck Block e and symmetry to the picture .
tend their giant arms across the mag- PHONE .2 West End South Bridge choice citrus fruits
nificent vista, forming an arch, and *00OO UOO O UO OO*0*U* EmoI@ Daytona yields the palm to none foi
from these extended arms great fes- N quality and quantity per acre. There
toons of Spanish moss sway as the ...... are scores of citrus groves in prox
trade winds from the tropic seas OSTEOPATHY im ity to the city, branches bending
SDR. J. C. Hermantb
fan them Looking straight ahead Graduate under A.T. Still, founder of 0 to the earth with their burdens ol
down this white shell street one has IOsteopathy at KirksvAlle, Missouri. luscious golden globes which foi
*N 8 EAON IN DAYTONA --
the impression of a fairy path with Located on Volusia Avenue, 2 doors beauty, proflicacy and all desirable
west of Beach St., opposite The Gables
elfish draperies, but as you move 'Phone 40 Ludy attendant qualities would truly astonish you.
along and cast an eye first to tie *..** g*.****.* ******** The Fastest Autos and The Finest
right and then to the left you see dis- Out.
tinguished cottage homes in the most **** The seventh world wonder, do you
delightful settings., E. L. STEWART0 ask? Come, whether from Missouri
See the glistening leaf of the grand Physician and Surgeon or from Maine, from Kalamazoo or
magnolia which nature has varnished X-ray and High Frequency Timnbuckto, and you will be 'shown."
as no artists' brush ever could; and _O here is where the woriu s record for
the cabbage palms with their burdens a Po 4th door wu..t of P. sp'd s broken with every ro,-urring
of showy fruit and swaying palms; eason. Autos, the biggest, th fast
see the lovely holly with its exquis- Im I^bt@@ao@s the b "g g aesd h fyas
....~ lest, an.d tlhe filiest are oa daily parad
ite berry; see the climbing vines *l .** @* ** j and the b"- sho-. is as fre as tio
run riot in the trees; see the cryp- S H G VE re aT fro te to.s-
togamons forms v.hich gain a foot- l of owin ls I is a c...1,-
;ands of tlo7X n, l.- it ,
ARCHITkCT, BUILDER'. "
hold on the great oaks and stately and CONTRACTOR I tinuous show with constantly shift-
palms, and surely you wil join in RIld,#n. nl )mr: Not-w ing scene.
the chorus and say that this is a 0 Corn.wr Ri,.woo! nd V-ou. -i i o from a 2 horse
E I V r F Vt h I ii `,., g o e s f r I i O f/ a O e"s
Telep hon, s. r : 0" "'In
world wonder for beauty i 0 T ,j% up to a 2' Id-horse power. and
Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage O iOUnlonom nolomoioo. degrees of s -e e fowerto
Surlladegreeslo speed from ac'anter to
Homes. *EOBOUOEOEOEOUOOESnO Eo.oio a two-mile-a-minute clip. Yuu will
No one of Daytona's attractions, probably catch the spirit, ,hen you
comad uni r rt n jur DM nV ^*I0" ac the spirit, when you
perhaps comin.nds more nearly uni- D D. & C. M. ROGERS do the roads and the beach are yours.
otAs on all Strad
inm town; also rAT
and oman sites
Six Acres of Park
age. All Modern
Rates: $3.00 per
Day and up
L 1. BURDICI
Cottages a specialty
All work guar.
Seabr n, Fwlerin
Stands. Besides hotels and bo
houses -there is ample cottage
I modation for all winter visitors. -
SSeabreeze contains a
Opera house and a Cong
SChurch; at Daytona Beach is U .
Church. An excellent high
,is situated near the division lineU 1
tween the two towns. Both-
have enterprisinri business
lishments, as is evidenced, by. t
advertisements on the left and ui
All the attractiveness of
applies to Daytona Beach, the tW
towns being so similarly sitoid
The development of Daytona B
has been fully as phenominal
sister nn ths- veAL6 -A -Ik^& *M
l GOOD MEAT
I Is always found at
53 ITo Ir~i 0C
I tA2 -
LABRU Z am, M -
ffI J rrItic l~ *nm t mo iM|
--~ ~ -SM We' o
.lthwgh iacarp owo -
aicpaite The tomm-
P th in n wa Uorth and .
* of from three ma
four miles and ezkad
ag 'wedt from the suginag -
t h Atlantmic Ocean to the a 1
Pr the beautiful t tide.wates
s aets them apart fromat
which they hav oe clsa
by means of three breiad.A
a half-hour ferry aervic.
PreZ and Dytwma
esmatisljy MIw rand
sorts & aAwre mwakig
new friends evert yw
who desire to eascpe the
ing fmes of hfeat nd
their hotels and boading
are now receiving .p '
age fram the motd
dian of touritsts.1
SThe me-an average te tli
degrees in the summer and
in the winter, with an c
extra rse lor drop of a few
action, eause its as one of
healthfUl locations in any
the couts y, north, east, st
The ocean itself with it
beach, hard as macadam and
as a oor, is the greater at
e although earth and air and
ito have entered into a cd !
to enhance its every it LI
Beach is the famous a to
course where every world'st
faay record has been =md*, _
these records it continue es
I without rivalry. '
The sand of this famous p
is composed largely of the
the coquina clam, which e
one-half inch long o4and viy
For ages Nature has benc
Stem up, washing them becc d
surf and pulverizing them I
under the microscope eacht-
is round, unfit for mortar,
* say, because its smoothness
its holding together, yet, t-r 3
contemplate, the very moment a
leaves the wet, apparently sft
these round particles settle
into a cement almost as hod so
phalt, beyond the core
one who has not seen it. ReM-O
F "nnnccevry, as twice each M a
it is entirely rebuilt by the fkJ
The beach has a width of
feet, and can be used from tw ta
after until two hours before lihMH
thus giving an average of sesem~f
' eight hours for automobiling S-
part of each day.
Seabreeze and Daytona Beah -
have a permanent population ed -
proximately 1500. Sanitary -
nances are strictly enforced, *m
Sand sidewalks are well kep$,4-
new streets are being opened a -
,as the increasing population ds.
M ,- hes is vey itt to,
B ofy i m
*, ,Md ,,,,,,. ,d by
lamOW a s ute.
-i 0 w10se M"iL by-
[3w yrm is truly
IWu is Very inviting to;
m Hemera!. her. re
lm"t Gbat farishig and
b rSft cow o Pl ida.
lesa thrifty, the baro-
atiewhc This land has w
nt|raM iat saidall swunite
dgthe hme- b had Ofa-
S*as fcaTbre are
Ak tar white people
-s-paer and the oloredip
immIe by a automobile
a qohad public x ib-
m- en of they
rtCl, oset ito 2 as, s
belth ad boarding
ilmayea S;W ~u
yi-ltm nuitm te seu o
s, fod p- them ao-
NOWyto rtaie silent and
I.dhhe land as a or be
wel This land has
nOD MBl farms which
On finest celey grown in
mined on this land. All
-grow in abrnAonare_
am is the bone bf the tam-
!-On obedied in-
t a levy is low.
nots*Umist should fWI
AM-n ,A tine(MOld ani-
'whch stood smber and
am and a quarter* miles
,of new Smpua. A good
to Mhe place and the trip
_ly Mae by an autonmoble.
*son It is this place of
Sthetb. pious; this ren-
Ow f-sib=The rains
and while there is no'
oy -dr-afia it
am-ft uMion swas
-~ ~ in the days
am wsfulKingom o
~ima soil. it was built
ea -te pminsola opposite
a"is connected by a
im4 aad bridge over the deep
- Eiadias River. Here you
F. W. SAMS
I Ft te in I
A House Strictly
First Can in
tinw tnOur Lotor
Rates $100 per
Day and Up
Oldest stand In town
NZW SXYNjrA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
Tb. Bst of Every-
thing In Our Line
Is the Pla"e
Mus. H. MOELLUR
Meals for Transients
Im eurt going to
Zs*I bore a-UWaah and
&it Orange this
winter. TU re are
some good en nip
gounats ndar mine.
Oome and pitch your
tent on one ind join
me on the log.
Pleasantly Ixck. tud
on Gr in d.. in..
Frank Mason, Prop.
Rates: :2.00 r nd 7.50
pl'rday; $'2.! to
$15.00 per w.'ek
Manuf- cturer of
Special Attention to
IuBmamT AWAUM ATI
Pat n American Ex-
We1t India Expos -
Louisiana Pure hose
ExposittIon, Mt.r ouls
E. C. TOTMAN
S-..:t nd Smokt-d
I !V 60UnDROVE
Grov on St. Augus-
Rod 1) Mikcs
Bred, Knox and
iOKO 'D is five miles arta0 of i
ytona, locatedon the .eUtr
bank of the HaliUfx Rivr. The lo-
cation of the town permits of good
drainage and perfect saaitation; the
elevation is superb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge con-I
nects Ormond with Ormond Beach.
Ma, ay fine- esidences are min-'
tained on either side of the river,,
most of them embellished with sub-
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
SThe town is very cosmopolitan,'
has an excellent graded school, sev-
Seral churches, a fine public library, I
up-to-date places of business and'
comfortable and convenient hotels
and boarding houses.
SOrmond has maay of the Florida
i attractions-fine fruit, good fishing,
Sexcelleit automobiling, safe boating,
Ssalubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
At Ormcnd Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
Sister, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
SHalifax River, while the latter has as
its outlook the magnificent beach and
the broad Atlantic.
The walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
bors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
rustic seats which are mute invita-
tions to enter into the enjoyment
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-
riage or automobile-long drives and
short drives; drives through groves
of golden oranges; drives through
dense tropical forests to Spanish
ruins; drives to the ancient Cause-
way built by the slaves of planters
of long ago, and drives to the planta-,
tions of hospitable settlers, whose
places are replete with the interest
of Southern fruits and.flowers.
One of these 'interesting 'planta-
Stions is Number in:, located o he
peninsula, five :,1tA.Attf "o theW
Hotel Ormond. Here7y04 see a, fine.
orange grove, together with great va-
rieties of other sub-tropical fruits
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
PATT PC AND ROOMS TO LET-
i11TTIA|A Furnished; Modern Im-
wuu i ~provements; on River
Front orilde Rtreets. Rents Reasonnble.
Wrier to W. F. COLBY at Ormond.
IF IN ANY WAY
IN PROPERTY IN
He Will Give Your
On River Front
A First Class Mod-
ern House; Rooms
Single or En Suite;
with or without..
Private Bath. Ser-
vice and Cuisine
A. M. WATSON
On the Ormond
One of the Fines
Groves in Volusi
1 .D. HAYNES
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DEILKND, THC ATHENS PO FLORIDA
A. D. MOBRIDB
J. B. OONRAD
8. A. WOOD
G. W. Fisher
J. W. PERKINS
Will Practice in
RUBY ORANGE'LANDIS & FISH
and Attorneys at Law
... ..^.... .Practioing In all
DuS liPiwM State and Federal
I~" DAlI C Courts
S....S. special facilities for
JEIIEI investigating and
JLLLIL rting titles
A DELAND1, FLA.
Am rmaucc4 ai
is Established. No
Comment is Really
'STEWART & BLY
Isaac A. Stewart
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Public
Stnd for Bargain
PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE
OWNER of the BIST
IN PORT ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands
E. r. OATES, 5ec.,
W. C. OWES, Agt
. iTTi| I P Pnl
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 nunmbcr of tourists and
winter r-cilrdnts make Port Oran,_c
Lots for Sale.
Ocean or River
Convenient to Auto-
minobile hnavt C u;r-.'
and Br didu-.
WM. C. HOWES
Port (trr1 ,, FI'i.
DPnrt (rn'2Tn c-'
I LAW-" V s.ti W, "
e v Voksia County,
~sm frtom the
ma t,.ter 3 13 mis soIIthwt 6i w
s city* y a.e ouet hard-sura.
-pre m r~fy a~kd*1&
At DeLead is loUm& the Joh1 3l
Stetson Univemity. ae of tha ld.
g educational itttiaO of the
South. Became of the inti d in
matters educational DeLand is ksown
as 'The Athens of Florida."
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and instructors. Theie
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 contain' over
15,000 volumes. Science Hall, 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 coumtty
adjacent DeLand proper is five
miles east of the St. Johns River, on
the high, rolling pine land of the
great 'Orange Ridge" of Florida.-
The predominating products are
oranges and grapefruit, the estimated
crop from this vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches, pears, Japan persimmdus,
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 shell and
marl roads; the St. Johns is crossed by
ferry near Osteen and cars can then
continue to Sanford and Orlando by
hard road. There is a shell road
from DeLand to Orange City, five
miles, and a good road from DeLand
to Lake Helen, a like distance.
BOND SANDSTONE BRICK C0.
Light Granite, Buff, Red and1
1 1 !1 I I f I r a ., B .rick I o 11 1 .
nUfs n ture at
El Dorado Plaer
Georgla Olay Brtek
Bond BSand BrikX
Next to Postoffloe
A. Us WOODALL
Largest Stock a.
Pianos, Orgm ad
South of Jaconvilge
DuLAND, F .I,.
Buggies and urrm
.IL.\- B. WRIGHT
S. B;. \Vr',HT,JB.
&.--v ~ .- A-v
6.6W ftM dk,~
Me 'u favs~ ah..All .
from" trWalbe Was togifft pcags
- Sadist poomsrg, too.
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INPAX8 -OVWEMDBY. FWOD;
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uwjrIE- M AN.-WI
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TiHE DATOTIA DAILY NMS
Published ezery mauewr$ ain- -.
day from 1 Apl! .t by
T. R. ?rG.MUALi, ZdftoraM-Mauer.
-.08. &lR ,T Olty rdlttr.
Geo. F. 03o0UCE, nperintendnet.
Entered as second-class matter De-
cember 1, iW, at the post offloe st
Daytona, Florida, under the Act of
March 3, 1879.
A PC~, fad mr.
GULF REFINING -(-
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one a the a m ,eroosg tturm of the great flood in Paris i. the flooding of underground Paris. consisting of
ftr "D =lq of sewers, beside the famous catacombs and two subterranean rivers. The sewers of Paris bare
b. & 6usb In literature for a long time. The picture shows a party of men In a boat Inspecting the sewers. The
. %.utl I .ndated by the overflow of the Seine, contain the bones removed from tha cemeteries of the demolished
-e 1a 1 the burying grounds In 1T86. They were originally the quarries from which materials were obtained
T rtac the edifes of the city. When the Champs Elysee quarter, one of the finest In Paris, was threat.
(7 ttboUsaD tof muen were put to work to erect a wall to keep the waters out.
r Itt..way orf Edward 'ayson Weston, the veteran pedestrian, from Los Angeles to New York In 100.
S4ay irfom the former city Feb. 1 is attracting the attention of men and women througho_ countryy
ia.J4e H. ELnls ordered by Presldenj aft to Chblcao to assist in the beef trust aInv, 0 t
_e E ns, .ord..e- .y_ ...... .. Isone of the gov-
anmwe's best known "trust busters." He -was formerly attorney general ou-hio and tisnow as* ant to Attorney
A SUCCESS STORY.
This is a short story of success about
John M. Smytbe. merchant prince of
Success sttNes are all alike.
The bloom and flower of great pros-
parity nearly always grow out of the
rich.muck of poverty and narrow con-
ditions. That is why success stories
are usually alike.
The steady progress of a success-
ful man Is from beneath upward.
When Mr. Smythe died a few weeks
ago he left a monument to his success-
ful labors in the largest concern of Its
kind in the world.
He built the big store for $250.
That Is all the money Mr. Smythe
had when he started bis business in a
little hole in the wall on the west side.
And that $250 be had saved a dime
Sat a time.
SCompelled to go to work at the age
of thirteen In order to support a wid-
i owed mother and younger children,
There is no gloss of romance on this
'tale of sordid poverty and small sav-
Ings and short dinners.
Romance and modern business sel-
l dom go together.
Smythe was the pionweer in Chicago
of the household installment business
Not out of philanthropy, but as a pure-
ly business proposition. K put the
credit of the poor man on a par within
the camb of the rich man and thus en-
abled tens of thousands of families to
He bad competitors.
But many of his would be competi-
tore tried to practice sharp methods.
They ',barged all the traffic would bear.
Some of thei lied and cheated and de-
These merchants could tot prosper 9
alongside Smytbe's honest methods,I
one price to all and big newspaper ad-
vertising. His establishment soon be-
came n synonym for fair deallng. hus-1
tie and achievement, I'
The proprietor became a several
times millionaire. The Irish boy who
stArt-- on $250, saved In dimes, grew
rich on his expressed motto thathon-
esty Is the best policy.
And that is the onJy real success.
Mr. Smythe did good with his mon-
ey. giving to charity and helping
r xne men Hila nivat1a* fwan aw
ILOAMemplary, and his homnevi~
m But you say no Amei
"p Judg Hn T T a^ do what John M. Smythe
SIYes. he can-if he will
Judge ey T. u XUThe price of such su
>work. study of business,
JB 5 votion to details, bones
rlam~espirit and liberal adverti
SCandidate for Mayor of City of Daytona i akes r maoneya
aS *Tag make so much money
^p .^^T he yago merchant, but be w
,C 11M Was ex
rican boy can
pay the price.
access is hard
ty. a cheerful
)day may not
s did the Chi-
ARE b. D. H91.m As
'lPae Is 70 or M.
$3,500 invested bring
NORMAN S. DAYTON
COMIC OPERA AT ______
OPERA HOUSE NEXT WEEK.
"The Manhattans all that is claim-
ed. Can safely be endorsed both by
press and public." That's the endorse-
ment that the dramatic editor of the
Asheville, N. C., Citizen gave the Manw
hattan Opera Company to the dramat-
ic editor of the Lynchburg, Va., News.
The Manhattans will be heard in Day-
tona for five nights and two maU-
ness beginning February 8th. "fra
Diavolo" will be the opera which will
introduce the company, and other op-
eras to be heard will be "The Royal
Prince,' "The Bohemian Girl," "01-
Ivette," "Martha," "Pinafore," and
"Maritana.' This engagement willI
prove t9 be the event of the tourist!
season for the J&nihattans are en-I
dorsed by the Southern prees a being
the beat repertoire light opera corn-
pany that ever toured the South. The
seats go on sale four days in advance I
of the opening engagement, I
WTEMPEBrT AND sUNH'WNE" I
AT ePfeI% HOUSE TONIGHT.,
Miss Mabel Paige, the "Idol
the south,' will appear at the
.era House tonight in "Tempest
"Tempest and Sunshine" is
sweet simple story of domestic
in Kentucky, based upon certain
cidents from the book by Mary
Holmes of the same name. All
principal characters are shown
the play, in fact the dramatization
follows the book very closely. The
play is interspersed with laughable
comedy scenes, which are furnished
by the two negro servants. Josahna
the earser 4
ast or drf
Insure With SS.
See Or 1t
~ .- 'I
- b7mm A &
Ccsm N1Twif now
ma w TM, A*.zy Park KN.L
~ PriamCve oore do for
w~~v Ms .gat L-00o'clck.*
New and First-Class.
El-cb i c Lights
IbNs wit or without Baths.
. MABBE--TTE, Prop's and Mgrs.
pas p"t on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
P 1t I50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
-ll *, farMcO heat private bath. New and
MMS- J. a IMNSKY, Proprietress.
I SEASIDE INN
|tani Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on
rf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
HORACE F. STEWART R
a^ a p ^ ^ mmm- S T
wwwwwwwwwww, ww w '- -. -
E IVY LANE INN"
WeterIg to the mmt particular people. Central location.
0l ~,MWr, thai two blocks from the clubs, bank, post offloe,
S "ad ns IM per d ay-PIO and higher per week.
Opm Novmbe to May.
P Wnm. W. FOLTZ, Pliopi;etor
rpnjdr. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
m me tiful Halifax River.
%* t do""IUar
Xer~eWl and usally uh. ~
KW~h go I pwt at d wtiontloufo ts. 0mr
att~c?1e In fti'Mit Int is Opitli~ty Soinl
-*Y the *mtwrtalament is without hop
~~~f*& Temoomet tipbatho
VWL o wevetoezeboWge ves agod
U. ~~n~Aioi- NhLST. opnomfu a little age clui or adufa--
~~Img thO S~t., m gue ats The. tUon It emmis to-to --a~t ai *
no'dfts hwi MRomla en!t"Psaja. Tb. lininas Un
of hospitaliy ut be pwfote ief
The question left ms to Wive In Indf-
'W~eI~y arivaM t A. ~v~dul cbs.IsWbhichWill give the
pha: Ms. haubgAllensand sonno OOsaIt 4,tiou, as society snow or-
Wr .A.* U einjmeJnw,-jQaU*gsftr) sgnized?-Embel Drsvlston"Dlshou6Aty
Mn U.moos,_ Mrs.Hi~ Peldinann, and Caste.".-V1
Cba...8. Marks 9nd friend, E. C.
#.9"e% of &rle, Pa., arrived in Day-
tona Momndy ad are season guests at
Ivy Lane-h KLm. Also Judge and Mrs.
M. M. Granger, of Zanesville, Ohio,
wrho are also at this pleasant home
botel for the seaMIson.
Wednesday arrivals at The Ridge-
wood: J. W. Cochran, Philadelphia;
Sameli Weller and wife, Dayton. 0.;
IL IU McBride. Jas. T. Miller and
wife, Moundvllle, W. Va.; H. H.
Hursch, Atlanta; M. V. Baton and
wife, Cedar Rapids, Ia.
The guests of the Ivy Lane Inn
were delightfully entertained with a
piano program by Miss Jolley, who
is an accomplished pianist, on Sunday
evening. On Thursday evening the
guests will again be entertained with
a musical program, songs by Mrs. C.
C. Bohannon and Thos, Lane, accom-
panied by Miss Jolly, and instrumen-
tal selections by Miss Jolley..
Progressive bridge was enjoyed at
The Despland Tuesday evening. Sev-
en tables were set. Mrs. S. P. Fales,
of Boston, won ladies' first prize. L.
M. Waite won gentleman's prize. Re-
freshments were served and a very
delightful evening was spent.
The usual Wednesday evening con-
cert by Tucker's orchestra was enjoy-
ed at the Despland lat night.
ENTERTAINED AT CARDS
Mrs. Montana S .Ludlow entertain-
ed the guests of the Parkinson and a
few outside friends at five hundred
The forepart of the evening was
pleasantly spent in the popular card'
game followed by supper at 10:30
o'clock, during which time the guests
were treated to music by the Sea-'
Several beautiful prizes were award.
ed the most successful players uf
Among those present, not guests of
the house, were Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Hankins. Mr. and .mrs. M. P. Corn-
wall and Mrs. J. H: Cornwall, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Hartshorn and Mrs.
H. G. Wilson, Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Bo-,
hannon, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gardi-i
ner, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Clement. Miss!
Ella Hughes and Dr. P. R. Bennett. !
ELKS CARDS-with the beautiful
embossed design, printed to your or-
der-50 for $1.50 at the Daily News.
Time at the North Pole.
At the north pole time Is nothing.
and If one were residing at the north
pole it would be unnecessary to wipd
one's watch. You are always at 12
o'clock and can't walk out of the ho-
tel without walking south. All times
of day meet at the pole as the meeting
Space of all the meridians. A man sit-
Sting with the invisible mathematical
point right under him would be In all
twenty-four hours at once. or a twen-
ty-four hour watch placed on the pole
couldK e made to point to the corre-t
time in every part of the world. There
used to be something of an approxi-
mation to this In the extreme north of
Norway, where the degrees of longi-
tude squeeze in, until recent days., Cap-
tains of Norwegian coasting schooners
will tell you how inconvenient it was
to change between the time of Hol-
land at Bergen and that of Crete at
the North cape while correct local
time was maintained. General Norwe-
gian time became Indispensable.
A Traveler's Tale.
The passengers were begui:lng the
Journey with pleasant conversation.
One man in particular, who had the
look of a traveler, told of long sojourns
In foreign hinds and kept them all in-
terested with his anecdotes. "Yes.
gentlemen." said he. "there is nothing
like travel to expand the mind. Now.
I don't suppose, for instance, that
many of you have ever seen a beet root
putting on a waistcoat?" 'His fellow
passengers stared In surprise. "No;
we certainly have not!" "Or a lettuce
donning a pair of trousers?" "*No!"
"Or a spring onion fixing on its tie and
collar:'" "No. not even that!" "Well.
gentlemen," said the traveler as the
train drew up at the terminus and he
prepared to alight. "you may believe
me or not, as you like. but several
times in my travels I have seen not
only a beet root or a lettuce or an
onion but a whole salad dressing!"-
Leatner Money and Medals.
On the authority of Seneca a curi-
ous account is given of a period wheu
leather, appropriately stamped to give
it a -tertain legal character, was the
o0 iy current money. At a compara-
tively recent date In the annals of Eu-
rope, Frederick II., who died in 1250 at
the siege of Milan. paid his troops
with leather money.
Nearly thi- same circumstance occur-
red in England during the great wars
of the bar-:ns. In the course of 1350
King John. for the ransom of his royal
lperso(n, raised to pay to Edward III.
of Fngl:ind .(:,).(K) gold (crowns. In
order to fulfill this obligation John
was reduced to the mortifying neces-
sity of ptayi-;g the expenses of the pal-
ace in leaat'Aer Imoey. in the center of
each piece thl're being a little bright
point of silver.
In that reign is found the origin of '
the burlesou, honor of conferring "a
leather medal." King John having used
them when he wished to confer honor '
upon oine not)lemsn)
- momo I
bmb ~ I
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FOUR THOUSAND ACRES
Of the best land in Florida,
some cleared and the balan
growth of hickory, cedar and
pine, situated within one mile
of the largest 'grove in the
the State, reached by train,
automobile or boat
For Sale at a little
$5.00 an Acre
Entire tract platted and sub-
divided, with many streets al-
IH opportunity for some one who
H wishes to engage in the farm- I
par Lard n Pails
HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,
g N I 0U5OIS.
t i nse Ie smwMh sizes
Sc. 6 br 25c lOc. 90c dozen
Armour Star Ham ..lb.
Ferris' Bacon .. .. .. m.
Armour's 81mon Pure Lard In
Pal's, 3 Ibs. 65c.; 5 1b1 I
10 lbs. $2.00
Pride Oleo, In rolls .. .. .. .. .. 3C
N.Y. btate Cream Cheee .. .. 25c
Swiss Cheese .. .. .. .. ... 40c
New Potatoes .. .. .. per peck, 40c
English Walnuts, new crop-lb..20c
Brazils, new crop- .. .. .. lb...20c
Almonds, new crcp-.. .. .. Ib..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 .... .... 18cl
Peaches, evaporated .. .. .. .. 15c
Pears, evaporated 2..... ..... 20c
Oranges, per dozen, .. .... ..15c'
Grareruit, each .. .. ...... .. 5c
Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions,
Turnips, Beets,Parsley, Mint,
Carrots, .......... all 5c bunc
Pineapples .. .. .. 10 and 15c each
Cranberries .. .. 13c qt., 2 for 25c
CALL AND SEE OUR LARGE VAR-!
IETY OF FRESH VEGETABLES.
-~ ~** ~
Cakes aad Cr
Orange City Minera
$3.00 per c e of 12 bones
60 ces allowed for e y
bodies and case wh rdem d
All data proves this water to be quite ree fr Oml-rc m
henlmtil palatable drinki A water aud Mone aby a
Aomwstic and general purposes. :
A HIGH CLASS
INDIA and CEYLON
Puri-Tan=Ated Brand Coffee
If you're a lover of fine Teas you'll
enjoy the delicate and refined fra.
grance of these delicious Teas.
PUT UP IN PACKAGES SO AS
TO RETAIN THEIR FLAVOR.
Contaip only the finest grades of
Coffees purified by a process that
increases and retains its essential
qualities. ... ..000 0ow
Quarter Pound Packages
I II 35=
I I~ I La
A Person is Often Judged by His
pRI?1.N T IN 1m [
It should be up-to-date the same as you would have your clothing up-to-date.
mm- -m -- -a
SrBams and Bacon
From Choicest Concord Grapes.
In Half Pints, Pints and Quarts.
,.0 I -
. -.6-1 ,
am atthe < g db A ba oot io warfare will be that
by Bauimms against tmhe parent government
*-^T--CL Tb. bWHOoM. couitsected In Indlanapolis
La Od e amtamnt. Jack Bennett, bas a speciall-
lAar cUGI Intemods to fly over Managua ttw
dnv I bina'nb s fte etly. Hi Idea I engaging to tb
p tr m.aweawucry coeratoa. which is said to be veor
Wate. a tloary that the employment of flying craft It,
i6 tw d*tAructive thet their use will prove to be ou
n;me1 hi rt mvr U henmaz mu s u iav eii
w No Place
it which to spend the winter
Daytona is known the
Sthe Prettiest Resort in
ane Beauty of the City is as
oE the Universe left It.
bswn lng abmutkuk~
wftm Uft bPIwt7ut wuw'i
a ) a hIt -I *iOsrvas another aol-
l anial -nexptlned direction
Snlu 3centsa fVat*. In oth-
t -hit n e nb have ocxupIed
.!Vi deaWlble vacant point on the
atlUi when the governor at Aden
aMw mio liable a fleet be wondered
wfht a. ts object. He uaskeld the
Voi ira, and the admInra aver
ma a" 0ih ali wee making an or
M erubw but thbe Brdnfir* knew
y -nla tb.t tvea in bam day
St. ma ordinary cruel In fleets.
dnl ubrtty wI a.--psamd by the
OV ,.e -*ply. Dslvng that- mote
moat o Importance poDtOIaly was on
(et, hi gave orders that the repairs
O ttl vel should be dragged along
a ftr a m.poilble and in order to avert
any susmiiou as to the cause of the
delay that might arise in the minds ot
the Fiench officers arranged for a se
rie of functions for their entertain-
For a couple of weeks the French
and British officers fraternized while
the work on the vessels was pursued
with a pretense of activity, but with
little eccompltshed. During this pe-
riod the Britishers made every effort
to learn the Frenchmen's secret. The
French are not a secretive people, but
for once the mouths of the French of-
ficers on the subject of their Intentions
were shut like clam shells.
And so long as men alone had the
matter in hand the secret might have
been kept forever. Wheedling infor-
mation is a province especially be-
longing to women. The governor, de-
spairing of inducing the Frenchmen
to speak, asked his wife to help him.
He was met by the simple reply, "Why
didn't you ask me before?*
"Katler" she called.
A trim serving maid whose pink and
white complexion denoted that she
hailed from Ireland came into the
"Katie," said her mistress, -what
are your intentions with reference to
that young French sailor who Is at-
tentive to you ?"
"Please, m'm, it's only sparkin'."
**Do you love him better than your
"01 don't love him at all, m'm.
Leastaways It's only French love be-
tune us. and that's no love at all, at
"EHIs awceellncy is anxious, Katie, to
learn to what point the French fleet
will nUsail after leaving Aden. Do youen'
think you could find out from the
"9l'll thry, m'm.'
"Well. try, and If you succeed I'll
have something handsome for you."
In a day or two the French sailor.
who was a petty officer on board one
of the French ships, came to see Katie.
During his visits he had been used to
taking an occasional kiss. This time
he was refused.
"D'ye think." said Katie, "that Oi'll
be givln' ye kisses and ye goin' away
to Maddygascar or some other haytheti
place and never see me again?"
"I not go so far as zat." the French
"How far ye goin', then?"
"'Oh. we go west."
"To Ame ikye."'
"Non. I d,^'ot know."
"T'lic ye'il get 110o kiss."
"XlWhy y<:u w ish to knoww"
"'Oi lonl't let a fella kiss me in9' thin
go t, tihe otiier side, o' the worruld."
The baicter wa's kept up for some
ti13i(. Eaty's red lips being very near
those of the Frienchman. At last. hun-
gry for the ki
AS solid is he h;ad gone Katy sought
her mistress The governor was pres-
"lie told ile. m'm."
"Where do they go?" asked the gov-
"It's a place called i'arim.'P
"Tis. sor; P'arim."
For many years, until his defeat for
election to the Sixtieth congress Gen-
eral Charles H. Grosvenor of Ohio was
a prominent figure on the Republican
side of the national house of represent*
Captain Nathaniel R. Usher.
He Commands the Michigan, Latest
of Our Battleships.
- am --e~ds
Full stock Electric Irons, Coffee Percolars Toastw |
Griddles., CGi Dishes, Fans ad Wm t Pads. "
THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE r
We admit it franukly the Mercbamis Bank wmats your busi.
But we ai.
cam assure you that in return for your habess, dis k kwet omly ofBers a sre
which we believe almost perfect, Wt aq-estioned security for every doBar erul-
ed to our care.
In cold, nassumig fBires, here is our guarantee to every depositor regard.
less of the amount he may have i this bank.
a 0 0 a
Surplus and Profits .
That amount stands between your deposit and
any possible loss.
This bank wants your business.
(Branch of Volusia County Bank)
A. D. McBRIDE, Pr-idat
J. B. CONRAD, Vice-Prfidemt
F. N. CONRAD, Cashier
Captain Nathaniel R. Usher, United
Btate navy. is the commander of the
battleship Michigan, the latest of Un-
cle Sam's big sea fighters to be placed
Cleveland's New Mayor.
Herman C. Baehr, Who Defeated
Tom L. Johnson.
U .,~: a
Chairs and Rockers
U Hall Racks and Clocks
UBINGHAM & MALEY CO.!
loll lElE@IDIOEOI@El~l I~lDOU D$1OOEOlE@I@@OIOIIOUEOllO
SElectric Lights for 0
: Transformed from
0 Gas Lamps.
* See the
o When in need of
SHigh Class Wines and
* Write for Price List to the 6
oldest and largest house in
S Hotel, Club and Fine
0 Family Trade our
Iwm X"NfLT A
46 &webUac Stav ft, WistmNo-
LOW T0196ON THE 8ACH
O..- Every Day at 3:00 p. m.
The Brit =md the Boer
Comedy and Tragedy
meA icU PoSiSon
A Diffcinlt Position
THOSE. W. LANE.
Simhg md M~omoioue
I ST WOODS' oRaIESTRA.
so 16~ ~ .s bymlssthey
have tesP up" t the Kew
TM&* adssmr md
mN MWr ORAWS
To are m vited to visit my rowves.
and ap4-dae Packing House, mand
see the handsomest frit and ow it is
bandled. Your orders solicited
Special attentioa given to filing orders
byi the box for shipmeat.
George H. Munroe.
Mrs. Charles Frank, of Columbus,
Ohio, is expected the latter part of
the week for a visit of some duration
with Mrs. J. Schneider and daughter,
Miss Flora, on North Ridgewood av-
For fam n Florida: Partly cloudy
ad warmer tonight Rain In north-
wet prten Thursday; moderate to
brIek em and moutheat winds.
MWu Dora Petrce, of Richmond, Ind.
who is located for the season with
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Vande Vord, on
West Volusia avenue, went to San-
ford, Tuesday afternoon, for a few
day's visit with a cousin, who owns a
large tract of land at that place.
*The Gift Shop has a large assort-
ment of score cards and inexpensive
novelties for card parties.
B. F. Hough returned Monday from
his cruise down the river, on his boat,
Nettie, accompanied by his friend,
Lawrence C. Moore, of Roseland, with
whom he had stopped for a visit on
his way home. Mr. Moore is the owi.
er of the famous Ercildoune Planta-
tation, where frost is said to be al-
*"For Rent," 'Furnished Rooms,"
'For Hire" and "Table Board" pla-
;ards at the Daily News office, tf
prehrisitms are be. ingl u ,
place with aew powtet ee ntmE
of telepbome poles ot r eack Street. i
**WDES WANTWD-Bkub oV. 4
raccoon and a& kitet. G r.ib BSep-
Magnolia avesa West end 2-2t
~ ~ o FRSL -Afn o Bintomb
C. R. M. Bb VpanL of North Beh
street, ha sold the frsh meat bnac
of hisntbe noer to J. P. tomfl, w ho
opened a meat- market some time
*since on Beach street, between Third
avenue and Bay street. Mr. Shep-
pard, as will be seen by his advertise-
ment, will continue 'o handle grocer-
ies, vegetables and fruits.
"FOR SALE-A fine combination
buggy and saddle horse, sound and
gentle, not afraid of automobiles, a
good roadster. A bargain at $175.00.
Address at once Bgx 41, Titusville.
J. Allen Hunt, a contractor and
builder, of Freeport, L. I., and his
son, Fred Hunt, who are located for
the winter with N. Erickson, on Cot.
stage avenue, have recently put up
a handsome metal ceiling for Mr. Dr-
ickson, in his carpenter shop. Thej
work is particularly well done --I
Mr. Erickson is very proud of tt
well finished appearance.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Curtis and little sm ery a that trip to Ne
Sson, W. B. Curtis, Jr.. arrived yester- Smyrna. Take U tomorrow I
day afternoon from Joliet, Ill., to Big Atos0.
spend the season. They will prob-
ably be located at Daytona Beach. Nowadays Beach street is crowded
Mrs. Curtis is a sister of Mrs. H. W. with vehicles of all kinds, auto-obi
SWilliams, also of Joliet, who is spend- predominating, and bicycles are veryjl
ing the winter in this city with her numerous Already several accidents
husband and daughters. have occurred to riders of wheels and
There have been very many narrow
*Don't forget the ball game, Wed- escapes It has been suggested, in
Lesday, Feb. !', Daytowa vs. Rollis. i(rder to relieve the congestion of the
d-1-6t street, and to remove the danger
to bicyclists, that a path might be
Mrs. C. H. Stewart came up from specially constructed for their use,
Melbourne Tuesday afternoon, and is at the edge of the parkage, where
visiting with her father and mother, they could ride in safety. Children
Mr. and Mrs. C. Nash, on Volusia are often seen on wheels riding along
avenue. Mr. Nash has been in feeble ia the street, in dangerous proximity
health for some time, but is slowly to fast running autos, and certainly a
regaining strength. Mrs. Nash, who Ispecial path would make it much saf- s
has been so faithful in her care of er for them. 1
him is now suffering from an attack
*"For Rent," "Furnished Rooms,"
*'For Hire" and "Table Board' 'pla-
2 jN E I *Automobiles stored at reasonable cards at the Daily News office, tf
U; (P rates. Saratoga Inn Garage. d-Fbl-tf
S Mrs. Robert Knox entertained a few H. B. Harward. and mother, Mrs.
friends at her home on Myrtle ave- Dr. Neville H. Clark returned Tues- W. H. Harward, of Apex, N. C.
me Tuesday evening. day night from Columbia, S. C., Mrs. who passed through this city by
Clark leaving from that city for her rail several days ago on their way
-Pbtoe 28 will call for your clean- home in St. Paul, Minn. She will join south, returned from Rockledge Mon-
MIg and pressing. 0. 8. Burnett. tf Dr. Clark here in about ten days and day and will spend the balance of
they will occupy the A. J. Hutchin- the season in this city. Mr. Har-
The boys" band from the Jenkins' son cottage on North Palmetto av- ward is well known here having been
"Orpanage, colored, Charleston, S. C., enue. associated with the Parkinson for sev-
which has visited here in previous j eral seasons
easom is again in the city and giv-: All members of the American Wo- -
Iag concerts on the streets, man'stauei- who are viRt.c, i T J D.,. P P.... i .*V
man~~~ -~.-, ]['S.I ; .. Vzr &-i4Ltn inJ I .l~ ;, .. -LAt _
IDaytona, are cordially invited to at
"**Take a trip to New Smyrna in tend the Cherokee Chapter meeting
the Big Autos tomorrow. Leave Beach at the home of Mrs. E. N. Waldron,
St.. at 9 o'clock North Ridgewood, next door north of
SHotel Magnolia, tomorrow, at 3:00 p.
The Mission study class met with i m
SMIM Young on Ridgewood avenue
J. *. & I IL LL 1S uusJ straiLW .1teUnig
up his stock and store building on
North Beach street, recently purchas-
ed of Henry Alexander and G. H.
Bliven. In addition to the stock car-
ried by Mr. Alexander, he will put
in a light line of staple groceries. Mr.
Pollitz took possession Tuesday, the
*D. M. Guleserian, the proprietor
of the Armenian Bazaar, next to Gil-
le's drug store, invites all ladies to
call and look over his naw display of
drawn work which was un-ked ,this
afternoon. You are reque d to look
it over and will not be asked to buy.
To the citizens of Daytooa: As I
am desirous of filM ti W O
school trustee, I wiffll# -M-p "or
support, by ballot, at4th qinbg u-
nicipal election. t
Wife (lookiux tip from pg~peM--Wb~
wns4 "llobsimis ebolcer'!
Husband-Mrs. Hobsoni. I --jppoe4..
Why Is a camelP easily angered?
cause it always has Its back up.
Both Ladies' and
stALLM u -it"
mrWM Awn vnwwaitwvBsmo-
G"r ov. and kojoir t rumime.- We can be
I LN D I AN R JIM I =CR
SHEP BIVINS DIED LAST i
WEEK AT BOWLING GREEN
Word was received yesterday by
W. M. Hamuktns, of the death, last
Thursday, of Shep Bivtns, of tubercu- 4
loss at Bowling Green. Mr. Bivins
was a brother of J. B. Bivins, who'
also died of the same disease a few
months ago. Jimmy Bivins was fcr
some time in the employ of Mr. Han-
kins and his brother Shep, was in the
city several times.
A ftvy of Gsmnbetta.
It ft taMoi#dGambom that ow..
wbm Ib the headay at bibpower
whea be wonst s -1agricutua lde-
Ibqo aethe auSIP ibw
wa f are at sot tome" Of
iswatI amnfa F~,'prow-
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a do= min te ame
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CEAS V. aTCE Presents
(The Idol of the South)
Miss Mabel Paige
And her most excefeat Company
COMMrCMCINX; t |
Wednesday, Feb. 3rd
OPENIN( in th !,:i estle Comedy
D)ranaa, a correct dr; niattzatlon of
Mary J. Holmns' greaz look
"Tempest and StInshire"
Prices 25c- 50c 75c
Manhattan Opera Co.
FEB. 8th to 12th
Seats on Sale at Hankins'
Dance every Tuesday aildM.
week; $6.00 per
West 19 Dd C'entrma
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