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N, FEBRUARY 3. 1910
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A TtGZ& RDow mAznS
Afttoreys and so mausd uu at Law
Spe ela siftttefor XzIlt #*Be Y r- wle
COM In eered Buhflag. 'Phoas 3 4L.. ROWE& CO. TgA F1T
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SWhy don't you stop hic-g about that Coffee?
Remember we have the remedy, "The Universal
Gruber-Morris Hardware Company
"I you don't b ad with s we both lose money."
0O=N9 OF KANSAS.
BTOPKA,. Kas., Feb. 3-After fiE-
Caeyea= spent behind prison bars" A VT A
g 'during which time he has grown from|an||||A ||
_masehe- AYTONA MiAY
youth to maihood, Jooeph Walker rg
w- o released from the state pen-
titry tomorrow by virtue of the
B- a se of Governor Hoch in commut- lI| |||| A
l tag hi life sentce to one of twen-
Sryam. The aged father of the I 0 BUIIl
S oomer, wowas chiefly instrumen- P |II
S tal In having his sentence reduced. P 0 l UILI
has I agreed to look after his son /
K?'' ^. whea& be Is Measeed.
wat W eIr wsemu et to the peniteni- BILL HAS ALREADY BEEN
? ta1ry from Ford county In 1894, for ULATED PROVIDING FC
Suu r sl ithe first degree. He plead-
ed gusty to that charge and was orig- APPROPRIATION FOR
how m ced to death. His crime PURPOSE.
u the murdering of a little baby.
VIM we the killing of the baby was If plans now under way
atihtietiofAl. He was attempting to Daytona may in the course of
kM a ns adult. At the time of the three years have a Federal
crme Walker was 16 years old. Near o be used as a postoffice.
hme lived William Kim- Postmaster Smith has been
brel, his family and a young woman sting with Senator Fletcher
namedAlice Ferris. Walker had paid end and a bill has already b
some attention to Miss Farris and mnulated and will be introdu
'he had had words with Kimbrell over Congress shortly providing foi
it. On the night of the tragedy hlie pro)i'itio or tthie l)urchase
took a shot gun, went to the Kimbrell .n(i tlhe creation of a building
ghala: home and shot through one of the N1hat thle outc(-omie ill be
H1tpjwindows. It was supposed he was at- course, hard to determine, bul
as tempting to kill either Kimbrell or many winter residents of
10 MUiss Farris. But neither of them uvho have personal acquainta
was injured and the charge from the members or Congress and S
Sgun killed the Kimbrell baby. ill write to then asking th
P e 'c ,1,ort of the measure when it c
" |-IlY NEWS AIYVERTBERS such action may mean nuch
nULthe success of the bill.
S.iCF WiTH DRlllT.
M4 oe.; ILLA)LU WUIII RLULIO.
OMm l H REPORTS OF INCREASED BUSI-
mrer M NE"S AND QUICK SALES
pihll fte THROUGH DAILY NEWS NO-
y-s'a fTestimony is not lacking as to the
S ttf *'" beneflts to be derived from advertis-
f ea ng in the Daily News. Occasional-
, ly. of course, some one is disappoint-
uw1tth ed. but this is due to the fact that
tlal Ithey have failed to interest the pub-
&aboo- lic in that which they are offering,
and not because their advertisement
has not 4een seen, for people are read-
ing the Daily News and saying
things concerning it that are most
gratifying to the publishers, who are
Cutting forth every effort to make
EDITOR, PROMOTER AND
HYPNOTIC EXPERT IN TR
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I WILL SOAK
GREECE SEEMS TO BE IMMI-
CONSTANTINOPLE, Feb. 3-The
Minister of War today dispatched ten
officers to various European countries
yi Vth inqtrm- tin., LAL1LAD IAJ LJL V Lhu. A
OAK oiL l N liE1 WAS
CAPTURED TMS 1M0K
SHERIFF SMITH ROUNDED THE
NEGRO UP AT OSTEEN ABOUT
About three o'clock this morning
iLeriff Smith captured \Will Jones,
'-he negro who murdered Henry Wing-
tall, of the same color, at Oak Hill
Sunday evening. The capture was
wade at Osteen, in the southwest-
,'rn part of the county..
Jones was today taken back to Oak
Hill where he will be given a prelim-
:uary hearing tomorrow morning.
Sheriff Smith learned yesterday that
Jones' wife was going to Osteen and
thinking perhaps she was going to he
husband the sheriff started for Osteer
aud found the fugitive in the shack
of. another negro.
HEAVY WEIGHT CHAMPION
W LLI 5i;JLI U. I LI.Ilb V L. U.,U, V, :A ,0 lA^u
guns, anticipating a war with Greece. MAY GO TO PR| SN.
Four destroyers have also been order- V lV
ed from Germany. The Third Army
Corps has been ordered to cross the WHEN HE SHOULD BE TRAINING,
frontier immediately, if forthcoming __ ..- A.. ...... ..
Greek Parliament accApts the deTi)
Most of the .Reqrd
Money In Sikht-$300
Seven hundred qf the neceeaW
thousand, which is estimated to be
sufficient to pull off an automobile
race meet on the famous Daytoa
Beach Course, has already been sub-
scribed, and the balance is assured 2f
each one who has not yet subscribed
will do his part.
Another effort will be made this af-
ternoon and probably tomorrow the
list of contributors will be published
in the Daily News.
A consultation of the tide tables
show that beginning March 22 would
be the probable date, at which time
the tide is low at 11:17, thus allowing
racing to commence as early as 9:00
The board of directors of the Flo-
iida East Coast Automobile Associ-
ation meets this afternoon and it it
probable that some definite Action
will be taken toward securing a sanc-
tion from the American Automobile
Association, which govern all racing
r an ap- ties from Crete in membership. SERVING A SENTENCE.
c)f a site:
IS- 5XTY-THREE MINERS KILLED
Jiust N \ ..,K .tb ;-+ .t r V
is. f ENGLAND WILL STEP IN. SE F U l't. .-Fers are n.V
is- of xp:,esvd that .lack Johnson,, AND THIRTY INJURED, ACCORD.
t if the LONDON, Feb. -,-The English Fcr-
1)aytona eign office is deeply chagrined over -111 J2 11 a 1l'IS011 sent' e ING TO LATEST REPORTS.
ince Of Crete's insistence to send deputies, i,,i he Luld bie in aiig forICO CITY Fb 3-Sixty-three
.MEXICO CITY, Feb. 3--Sixty-three
Senators to the Greek Parliament. They have tie fight with Jeffries. 'uners were killed and over thirty
eir sup- woundedd Italy, Russia and France, aid Tl'e case against Johnson on the ijured in the Paula mine explosion
homes up they will take every step possible, ti indictment charging him with as- at Las Esperanzas, according to lat-
toward prevent Turkey from forcing the .Z- sault on another negro, was today (,st reports received here today.
uation. transferred to the Supreme Court Fifty-two bodies have been remov-
where Justice Goff recognized as the ed. The majority of tae miners ap-
NFW SEAMER RFD IIRIIC sternest jurist on the bench, will iear to have been suffocated.
NlELW STE RLIUBLIC preside. Johnson's trial is expected'
DOUBLE. AT PRINCE GEORGE DOCK. in about two weeks MRS. BROKAW GRANTED
IN MEMORY OF
3M. @. = @,oE e ., r.,T.n THE-, N.TITU- WILLIAM GOEBEL. FPAIATlN FMN HIRIAI
SIDNECY r LOJWEFlO IAKKflP%~I~h Urd-u Im 1 o ir-m am sr ,..
FEDERAL COURT ON CHARGE TION
WAS BROUGHT DOWN
OF FRAUDULENT USE OF THE FROM HOLLY HILL THIS MORN-
CHICAGO, Feb. 3-Sidney Flower,
once well known as an hypnotic ex-
pert and later as a promoter, whose
financial schemes in the past brought
him into conflict with the authorities
in Chicago, Buffalo and other cities.
is again ti trouble. Today he was
arraigned before Inited States (Coin-
inissioner Fo'(,(te to answer to an ii-
dictmient rece muly f ound a-ainst hli
The handsome new steamer, Re-
public, recently completed by McCoy
Brothers, at their Holly Hill place,
w as brought to Daytona this m(orn-
ing and now lies in her berth at the
Prince George dock. The R.-public
%\ill make the initial trip to St. Au-
gustine on Saturday, leaN\iii the
Prince George dock at :}, a. ti ,
a'id returning,! Monday
Capt. Louis I at,,, .l St. \ipl^-h f
FRANKFORT, Ky., Feb. 3 The
tenth anniversary of the death of
Governor William Goebel, whose as-
sassination as the result of a polit-
ical fued stirred the entire country,
was observed today with impressive
memorial exercises at the Goebel
monument recently erected in the
State cemetery in this city.
MABEL PAIGE COMPANY
GREETED BY FULL HOUSE.
A large attendance greeted the in-
itial appearance of the Mabel Paige
Company in "Tempest and Sunshine"
-A the Oper'a House last ni;ht. Thos.
E. lDePew, as Uncle, .luber and Miss
FITI Tn I IIvIAND i V UmiAL .i
FIFTEEN THOUSAND ANNUAL AL.
IMONY MUST BE PAID
MINNEOLA, L. I., Feb. 3 Mrs
Mary Blair Brokaw has been granted
separation from William Gould Brok-
aw, with alimony of $15,000 annually,
The petition filed by Mrs. Brokaw
asked $30,00w' annually.
Justice Putnam's decision cleared
P.rokaw of the most serious charges
(f drunkeness and threats against the
life ',f his w tif'-, but stainedd the
"harg of cri-elty.
T1M WTENCE OF JOSEPH
WALKER WHO KILLED A BA-
6:*C, COMMUTED BY GOVERNOR
FOR BIG ~MATCH1 HE MAY
DISASTER OCCURS IN IEXItL
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QUWOSm' BAKERY I
IOOES OF THE
Srtcno OF w
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d nd C rm WBmAheat
No. 2U North Bech bStreet.
T MAL STUFF
STOMOKA RIVER ad I
|r EW SMYRNA
SL"est, F t and excellent 8er-
vc IA. L. K. ELLENWOOD, Mgr. 5
I H. C Thompson, Agent j
PelpogisratIn engine can be seen at
ay t$ine. Phone OL
E. T. PITCHER
North Beach St., Daytona, Fla.
CALL FOR MY CIGARS
Clear Havana Smokers Sc.
S-Contractor and Builder
3 S Designer and Craftsman
Superint-nds Constructiou of Build-
I in.,.. Ph% n.ild swi; ci tl('loll,
"on Short Notic..e'.
I 1.AYT,NA, FLORIDA.
[ OSCAR M
By L C. EMMAREL
One at Dytoaas crowaclag o-
rte. Is her bmadNparaoh
m- who ev W t MAfaet No It
OOtM p a '; ed n whoo I m lM-
*VW pedaadu a UNOdoe we u zo
-ez; O os e Who vmr dove aa
prancing pair tof hor-s and .I.to
ed to the popping ofat their .te hoe
upon Its amphaltum-like nce; Bo one
who ever steered a high-power au-
tomobile down the broad stretch ot
wave-washe and surf-packed sand
but realized that It Is a world-beat-
er, a world-wonder. Go stand upon
this wide speedway and see the hap-
py souls flit by in joyous mood, and
answer whether this is not one of
the seven modern wonders.
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.
Where think you is water with more
picwt.resque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wde. fringed with tropical vege-
tation. artistic cottages with roomy
verandas looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless num-
bers t.,ckoning, as it were, to those
with rod and reel; her bosom fleck-
ed with duck and coot and snowy-
winged sea birds, which sit about as
if for the sport of bobbing upon the
waves; watch that lubberly old
white headed pelican pouch a fat
mullet, and that fish hawk struggling
upward with his floundering load he
snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick
and span, their hampers and lockers
bulging with refreshments both solid
and liquid ready for a cruise upon th
beautiful surface. Take out your 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-
IA A ro OW of
ie are rD t to ensimoy another rise in
lubber. DAm' you think it wUyI.y YOU
nw to Investpgate the merits of V
Ig. With proper work you get one-third
more mi~ea-qu-te an item at the parent
%tow. Practial mork done at TH K VUL-
CANIZERS, COTTAGE AvTNrt, Win. I
FM TreES hfr FLORIDA ROADS
FOUND AT LAST
A place o Beach Street where
you can Det Hot Chocolate thats
made right and served with Whip-
ped Cream Sc a cup.
T. F. CURTIS & SON
See Dunn Bros.
Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G.
Daytona Office ovrG(1!t1-', Ph. rnacy, hours
2:44) tO 4:'Ni p. i!.
Nose, Throat, Lungs and Phn.atism treated
by the Electro-Thernos-Vibratory Method.
Daytona BPach Ofic- in Th. VanValzah
Block. hours .:i to 1O:wva. in. Specltalhours
m wii i- Vli V '?Aif V' V A if
fm 1 m
smperfichi oMerr. With such lav-
ish wealth of atral beauty ft be-
ie an eW tt for th*b hand of
taM to glv the flanhing towces
whik hav wNrht oout the colors
and outnlus of the big picture.
Ma did all this In the laying out
of the streets vith their wide margins
of parkage. The entire city becomes
a great park with driveways inter-
secting. mies upon miles of drive-
ways so gooP as to attract motorists
from all over the continent.
And as for the pavement, 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 wita 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
is the spice of life and here is where
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest DlK. J. 'i. H. HUUIHUI-lNI V you find It.
of a broad ridge, straight as the crow The bir .ds flit in, and with their
flies and the wide-spreading branches qi Dentist I joyous notes help to give fullness
of the heavy-trunked live oaks ex- JM Office i n Peck Block 0 and symmetry to the picture .
tend their giant arms across the mag- PHO 32 West End South Bridge ruits ch
nificent, vista. forming an arch. ant' 0 As for fruits, choice citrus ... ... .. .
Scent vista: -forming an ah ... ......-,g--,-- ._Paytona yields the palm to none for
& a .W A 4
* fZm these extended arms great feA- --W _l -iquality and quantity Der acre. Th0re
toons of Spanish moss sway as the ..... -"- are scores of citrus groves in prox-
trade winds from the tropic seas OSTEOPATHY imity to the city, branches bending
L k sta" ahad9 DR. J. C, Herman
fan them Looking straight ahead GraduateRun... Sti.. od to the earth with their burdens of
down this white shell street one has Osteopathy at Kirksville, Missouri. luscious golden globes, which for
the.imprssion.o.a.fair path with NINETH SEAtON IN DAYTONA
the impression of a fairy path with Located on Volusia Avenue, 2 doors beauty, proflicacy and all desirable
elfish draperies, but as you move wst of Beach St.,opposite The Gables P0 qualities would truly astonish you.
Phone 40 Lady attendantqultewodtryasniho.
along and cast an eye first to the *, m _eu :___.___-_*ueou The Fastest Autos and The Finest
right and then to the left you see dis- Out.
tinguished cottage homes in the most *@n u T:.. :m ssshe seventli world wonder, do you
delightful settings. E. L. STEWART0 ask? Come, whether from Missouri
See the glistening leaf of the grand 0 Physician and Surgeon 0 or from Maine, from Kalamazoo or
magnolia which nature has varnished X-ray and High Frequency Tirmbuckto, and you will be "shown."
as no artists' brush ever could; and I Appratus I Here is where the wormiu s record for
the cabbage palms with their burdens phone th door wt f P. sped is broken with every recurring
o0 showSy fruit and swaying palms; Pthdoor!to0t in
u umof showmmm m fruit and swaying palms; m season. Autos, the biggest, the fast-
see the lovely holly with its exquis- .et, and the finest are on daily parad,
ite berry; see the climbing vines :!i u mu.m***O *m... $...... i nkd the big show is as free as the
run riot im the trees; see the cryp -S H GO ; p ep artesiani wat-r fro0:i the thous-
togaimons forms which gain a foot- ARCHITECT BUILD ands of flowing wells. It is a cou-
hold o,., the reat .aks ad _staely'* ARCHITECT, BUILDER 0 ""
hold on the great oaks and stately and CONTRACTOR "I tenuous show with constantly y shift-
palms., and surely you will join in R.nc.'nd Otlc: N -A ing scene.
s, ." -" "" 0 Resd-.l :ne, and otlic,.: -N-ortf., n-s!ne
the chorus and say that this is a i 'orr R tvwood anl Vo.:- Everything goes, from a .o'se
STelephone thn-,goes, from.a "-Lorse.
world wonder for beauty. U O power, up to a 2u",,-horse power, arid
Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage *allu dgreesofpe- rm atertot
...all degrees of speed from acanter to
;-iomes. mm m *mmm -o m a two-mile-a-minute clip. You will
No one of Daytona's attractions, p probably catch the spirit, when you
perhaps comm-inds more nearly uni- D. D. & C. M. UROGERSl o the roads and the beach are your
eaat ds C i E do the roads and the beach are yours.
versal attention and praise than does Civil Engineers The Florida sunshine is free, the
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Six Acres of Park-
age. All Modern
Rates: $3.00 per
Day and up
L Z. BURDICK
Cottages a specialty.
Iseshtow a, &
The sand of this famous
is composed largely of the
the coquina clam, which-
one-half inch long and
For ages Nature has be
them up, washing them bec
surf and pulverizing them,
under the microscope a 1
Sis round, unfit for mor
say, becrue its sioothas
its holding together, yet,
contemplate, the very
leaves the wet, apparntly-
these round particles
into a cement alaot as
phalt, beyod the coriWmn
one who has not seen it.
"narevay, as Mtwice c h
it is entirely rebuilt by
The beach has a width of
feet, and can be used frm
after until two hours befm8
thus giving an average
eight hours for aui a n--
part of each day.
Seabreeze and Daylona
have % permanent popu:labi
proTimi-tely 1500. Ssait"r
nances are strictly enforced 4
and sidewalks are well boo
new streets are being openmd "
as the increasing popu
miands. Besides hotels and
houses there is ample cote 40
modation for all winter viaift,
Seabreeze contains a
opera bouse and a CongD&%
Church; at Daytona Beach is t&
Church. An excellent high S4
is situated near the division I
twcn the two towuas. Both -
have enterprisin- business
i shments, as is evidenced
Advertisements on the left M*
All the attractiveness of i
, applies to Daytona Beach, ,
! towns being so similarly U2
The development of Dayto
has been fully as phenomiu'
sister on the north, and GOW
there is a substantial rowlft I
wel-ofe to rsam fs
isltixtdm f meneq
ageTh from t
The mean averw an
-ldegrees t-het n i i
in the winter, with a
extra rse or drop of at
ation, marks this as o the
healthful locations in ay
the country, north mt ug
The ocean itself, with itol
beach, hard as miaad
as a floor, is the grem-
although earth and air aj
to have entered into a o
to enhance its every
beach is the tmous a
corse where every war
away record has bee m
those records it o ofa
- GOOD MEAT ^
j Is always found at
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OIRMON D-ON .THI3-fAUpAXI
DULAND, THE ATtINS OP FLORIDA
^hue i. s very inviting to'
01 -11 allOnta46
Hh a-e ie l ao rei.
er*a Ste wry fae i.
siliA far white people
*twfccr tows to am0 exalnt
Bpl- 941 New trua is a
SThis land has
Hlh~edin~to unali farms which
athe iest celery grown in
R riased on this land. All
~~stab grow inl "h-ndnee.
S too, is the home of the faim-
|||fll-m Alle uniteea
iyu mymas no bonded iu-
abd the tax levy is low.
at no tourist should fail
|l tike ruins of the Old Span-
S which stand somber and
f. --and a quarter miles
Sof New Smrna. A good
|i- to the place and the trip
||Slyimads by an automobile.
hegkereat pine fpats by the
fthe forest, is this place of
n nukmry ber ofPi r it
i taet p C ti u Mision wr
Bh^B-o powairfu h ruinsdmo
ba. its lug upro what
c KsL. It was built
the roof being of the
w Smt r into thia slabs
Of Vwith Clandmt last r.
ut ms surrunded it,
S- Wa Thd by an stone
tM which still remain.
UMO ---atemana palprties
thed ui but the spell of
ISoon calls upont them and
rJm mtto sit aloe, silent and
IrI n -d the arches or be-
W sIa mncimt well.
-Mtod on the p-io-ui. opposite
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F. W. SAMS
$LOD p Day
A House Strictly
First Clan in
Dinners for Motor-
ing Parties a
Ratc: $2.00 per
Day and Up
L. C. CHISHOLM
(Oldest stand In town
NEW MYKNA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
Theb Best of Every-
thing In Our Line
Is the Place
Meals for Transients
Pn Just going to
sit her and fh nd
eat Oran0ea. this
winter. :ere tare
JASe good Cnnip
grounds near mine.
Mouie and pitch vour
tent on one itnd join
mP on the log.
Pleasimntlyv r&,oc: .d
on Grimn' Idi Av.
Frank Mason, Prop.
per diAy; :.tH to
16.00M per we-k
Special Attention to
NIGOMOT AWAJUM AlI
PItn- American Ex-
W).1t India Exposl-
t ion--(Ohn rleston
Ex ixi t-4lt Ion, St. lini Is
r C. TOTMAN
S*-:I .-:;o i.l Min i"v
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tin' -f \ itiio iit' l'i '
lfon'< it MiI, '
Beed, Knox and
S ORMOND is five milesa north of
Daytoiua located on the western
bank of the Halifax River. The lo.
cation of the town pearmitsa of good
drainage and perfect mutation; 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,i
most of them embellished with sub-:
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
The town is very cosmopolitan,
'has an excellent graded school, sev-
eral churches, a fine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
comfortable and convenient hotels
and boarding houses.
Ormond has many of the Florida!
Sattractions-fine fruit, good fishing,'
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
Ssalubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
At Ormond Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
sister, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
Halifax River, while the latter has as
Sits 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 iato 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.
SOne of these interesting planta-
tioins is Number Ninec, located on the
peninsula, five iniles north of the
SHc+el Ormond. iHere you see a fine
, oranmte grove, tothlier with great va-
rieties of other sub-tropical fruits
Five miles further on yoa come to
Mouudgrove, one of the finest orange
groves in this s:ction 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
PftTTAPFP AND ROOMS TO LET-
,11 TAIl\ uirnishtd; Modemr In-
prov'inents; on River
Front or Hid# Rtreet. R,,nts Reatson blh.
Wrii to W. F. 'oIBY at Ormond.
IF IN ANY WAY
IN PROPERTY IN
He Will Give Your
On River Front
A First Class Mod-
emrn House; Rooms
Single or En Suite;
with or without .
Private Bath. Ser-
vice and Cuisine
A. M. WATSON
On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South of Ormond
A. D. MCBRIDN
J. B. CONRAD
S. A. WOOD
G. W. Fisher
J. V. PERKINSI
Will Practice In
rolsia W.D. HAYNES
PC DzLAND, FLA.
v Ibi AOIJ. V
Are Produced at
is Established. No
Comment is Really
PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE
OWNER of the BEST
IN POeT ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands
E F. OATES, 5ec.,
C. C. OWES, Agt
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
Lots for Sale.
Ocean or River
(Conveiilent to Auto-
mtobile Rao,'- i' tit
iland t ldj.t.
WM. C. HOWES
LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practicing In all
State aiid F-deral
Special facilities for
STEWART & BLY
Isaac A. Rtewart
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Public
cua(m ior Bargain
amp a nag #A
ferry near Osteen and cars can then
continue to Sanford and Orlando by
hard road. There is a shell road
from DeLand to Orange City, five
miles, and a good road from DeLand
to Lake Helen, a like distance.
BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO.
DELAND, a40-* ]
JI^kB sit="kA~t mum-.- -^**
1Werty by aM"M"m-WOM O
At DeLand is loaed sk J30 L
Stets Uzivrsity, a of the d.
ing educatloai institutions of the
South. Demu of the interest ai
mauttrs edMcatIomal DeLand is know
as *The Athens of Florida-
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and iath.cto. There
are over $400,0 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 coint'int 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 co.waty
adjacent T)D *c,4 proper is five
miles east of the St Johns River, on
the high, rolling pine land of the
great 'Orange Ridge"' of Florida.
The predomioating products are
oranges and grapefruit, the estimated
crop from this vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches, pears, Japan persimmons,
plums, pecans, guavas, strawberries
and other fruits are grown in plenty.
In the way of public improvements
are many miles of fine shell roads, an
excellent high school, electric lights,
a system of waterworks that is owned
and operated by the city, supplying;
the purest water at little cost.
Nine houses of worship testify that
DeLand is a church-going commu-
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth-
odists (Northern and Southern), Pres-
byterians, Christians and Catholics,
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
The graded school offers a ten
years' course, and the building which
it occupies is newly 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; theSt. Johns is crossedby
,i i. l R W u ir ci
Whitehall O Ml
Gergia Clay husk
Next to Postoame
A. H. WOOAU
Largest Stook ca
South of Jse'omflifs
Buggies and Srm
us t wo a sow I
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W. m lw-pet -mr oo a rV oma .ALofS at read nika
Ir somme s AM(om I& a fr iobt at b Pmto -m The.
FWAIN* Um WAL OMMRM of the Baraca claw aam:
JO 1.. M0H amir a wkw tm Bob" Bem. Alred and lack aStho.
mw mol -m A -m er, Ehka (Cm- 3Mkr ytftiail
or im Xrmmukmd Brm- cb ck Oreame. ~ and
F~ 1d1and 1k. WammWat
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4W ftm. 4* to 5 P. LTheremat the SOMm.
lo b m PMto 39mrw.w Dcke an. al
W& A Par~' fC e, cw the'and bmdM.s. JO CU1' T=Jan
JbW -wan&evwybindy was inter-'*wochildren.and aurse.ar--va-d
alo*in the ael~t ~a Chicw thi week and are piessant-
ldbmdft adbeen waZC" ly 'oiredi m;)eanC)-ouilevard..
W~Y trSutM VWC&ickwas
1111410 M at the ttim 3101e than
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p.~the bsmyand Ir M"
mok -00 .- lavs nd e&Autym
vion o lended 2n horuimon
IMM the draperies and f 5rishln
PN*W an& diting rMCuffl as axiuae
A ae at dauaty rerPshrnf-pi~t
MM mared -a the dm.nag :oom v-a
W& sand at
~ins Prrei =d Aceg:
1~.. were assisted yMean*
~, Welks. rd.1je.
Ift flekL, jUabeihoez. azd -.'"e :cu:-
VORMM ek rVI -c al re-sent.-
booeaswere Lavitect1--o in ~-;.enzg
ftt bolgg and f~l. e lumdred. -oilor-ng:
~ suVW was 3errctLa
-5 -g he L--e -m.
'M~ on rue sg&Ly -.!dveing..
& A im-ce- and .ze t-tr4ax's;v
M dI7 --Dcflt-A.--t pranc z .0
IN= Sk Petrwamand a =mo
&L Msad boyMsMWinired a~id'
tID the m eP o1M rP t heevening,
~ ~. he pinder atthe,
~I~T t~iomsof :he coaugr-
00i ctL =a. a~d L da ayof:
VNWWf orFeb'3y 24V'and :he woumn.
V 1il*a are exted o3aer
tftdtay with -he womenl3t )tbLer.
u Md rqs .ohnn ennr X- 7ly-
V zcago. :Anst w.-eic -Oined ar rc
am C C. Vorj'ey nnv-:-
Mrs.Meiccn eorze, :~ *'
1100dfame, zro :onaz~i .a
U~ .t lard :.-faxr-oa
ask oi c ~ir -.-
Mrsm'Vo A .fSlprmgt~eld. Mass..
:s ~ ~ ~~~- gus r:r.e.V Vejis :i
A- .. V cClary, -.1 Dougciaavr.ie.
Ga... irn1a -d a SeaD reeze ~Saztrday.
-or a. few iays t u s former
fellow !:owmn.%n :..as. S.A~bereromnwe
aW left Monday -.c:c ntL-me as -77i
to Lake County. -vaere -,e -mxmeets -j
-:n~oy 1 season 2.anziag a tsmznd
Stxj. i:za. ~a~. isz a
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a .1wir 7)r ea.-* a... --o :J .a
pa. a-- 1s ;la -
-t~ ta: -,,A iz.
owners i 4i Japidaey rd ze efO
jok~n. 4the I I (I t wholn
mumahmumo account of scns
The dour reemmwere 526,Which
Sow u& pt to churciLhaddniug tund
Wins Cremna.an a welt as her 'Aam of
boM ,deserve great credit f~or he -n-
joyable prqpm presented.
The regular quarterly meermz -:er-
'ices wtIll -beIteid .'n --he MN. '7'E-ur-f
L-ext Sunday. Rev. G.- 'V. 3.u -sn s
D-, :)f CIuago. I fleffier t -:--e
!U~v'er Conference. s C~V~
7, rea e a -1 E e-vmr -F-
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Mr.-S.3=Spragwe sad family arl
r~ed ~Rm ingtmIYtinlN~. Y., aniil&mi
are -stabhisqied a-.le Sprague laome i
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*eilftng at a M= in Nevada. La..wh
bfega rbe tw sfd It SW St tAe 4W at
atavtng *0 abmzs'oetbe W
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to rue ftma an~d gmg 8I
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El a. iWei to be a lawyw
Wbm a c0a out at 'Aw ~~ICWI ne
v1lU be IfryFeam A taS. arIW 3
friends are U~kN seem= or WaLm
3ut -Ut a r oi~y tb* cofnufZY 'cIL-
gree Yft A aitgb 3Daemrting sire S
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= -t* meguiar -*oiuu -it jto 4Stare
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| of t&ae amm, cooked and served by the
r:::1WFNree ped House, Shelter bland, N. Y.
.IMyard & Hoiroyd, Proprietors
V DAYTONA, FLORIDA
d and Improved Since Last Season.
lifu Grommnds-Located on River Front
Concert Twice Daily
pmmat as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park, N. J.
rtitA.ion leaves Prince George dock for
ev=y Tuesday morning at 8:00 o'clock.
New and First-Class.
lRoo ms with or without Baths.
L MI. MABBETTE, Prop's and Mgrs.
ON highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
4a-Cmodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
lights, furnace heat, private bath. New and
||fab~ent&CMK J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.
o"R SEASIDE INN ,
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
Modern, Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on
bL Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
HORACE F. STEWART
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p p p app p p p p p p e41.~
E IVY LANE INN"
IW catering to th-' most partieulitr people. ('ntranl loCatfe.
River, less than two biockt from th
be&. "lOI and 64.(1 iwr day-M1i.I1l Itid ilth'i lK'r i ,.'k.
Open Neember to May.
Win. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor..
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2'rnmn q 'doZMA &Ik
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B-WFOOT ORANGE, Feb. 3-Mr. Wil- r ort ereX 30101 Fe
retund from Melbourne Satpr- DSneg U mbjd 4011*UL 4 Ed"d Bom I 1 R
L Mrs. Milburn was hostess of he '- A' ^ >
chureh tea last Thursday, assisted
_; basinens trip to, Or!dum4.
r a" M F D b Miss Charlotte Bemis, Mrs. Lyon H TELP UI A GNL I S. k. I.O !t
Mr ndMs..IFD- er oml- nd Miss May Milburn. ,A ,t ,T ,, L lk 1 Isam ft
,ent New Yorkers, ve made their Miss Lena Sparkman returned home fo 3-'d --l F-I. 3tdW Sa k im m7 S s u pi@'&YM
room reservations and. wig arrive at from visiting In DeLand. 3. M 1., B? !! ^
the Priness Isse[a Friday. Mrs. Bennett, of Daytona, who pur- w. ALE t cv LL .
chased a house and some lots from G. ------
Mrs. J. J. Seeley and family, who W. Johnson, is having the house mov-
have been spending a short time in ed so as to front on Herbert avenue------------- -
Sthe interior, have returned to the and will build an addition. FIREPROOF
Prinees Issena, where they win spend Mr. Robinson came up from Oak M S moin ie A aa. S__wm*i ker Lr__f
the remainder of the season. Hill last week to visit a lady friend. $ sea Fw by. CRY P& B0W
\ Capt. Myers, Daytona's popular map4 West Palm ReCAh1 L N SI Bi t
New guests at The Ridgewood are: shal, was In our town last Saturday. D. C. *OAGLAND Pro. D Disdi u Arith rhSO UBAT MW"
David Taylor Ivens, Trenton, N. J.; Mr. Thomas left Sunday for Pa-
C. M. Power, St. Paul, Minn.; M. M. latka Monday night. 0000
SCollins, Fort Wayne, Ind.; S. V. V. Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Chas. Harris -_ ----
, Homman, Philadelphia; C. D. Keller, cf Holly Hill drove down Monday in
SJaeksonville. their auto.
Doctor and Mrs. Lonnie Martin and
S The following are among the re- Mrs. Finch drove up from New Smyr-
cent arrivals at the Princess Issena: na Sunday.
C. K. McGreggor and wife, Toronto; F. J. Wells, Mr. Moore, F. W. Figge
L, Fletcher, Minneapolis; Mrs. M. J. and L. G. Porter have set out shade
Seerley, son and daughter, Burling- trees along Orange street in front of ----
ton, Iowa; Mrs. M. Glenn, Springfield. their properties. AAyy
I Tenn. Mr. Supes has moved into his new W9 lve=w
Wednesday's arrivals at The Des- Mr. Pewatt is putting (own a well s
pland include: Mrs. Wm. Dutchess, for Mr. Davis.
Plainfield, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. A.' W. Mr. Brittenhelmn and Mir. Edwards, r
Cornwall, J. M. Andreas, Louisville, of Walton, Ky., arrived from Sanford ^ 1 ]
Ky.; J. E. Wheelock, South Monroe, Tuesday and left for Cuba WVednesday Ha m l I
Pa.; C. B. Hewitt and wife, Kansas S. Fred Cummings, proprietor of LI.O l L
City; Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Thompson, the Port Orange House, had quite a
SOtto F. Pachike, Cleveland. number of representative citizens at 1
the hotel for dinner one evening last _
SAmong new guests at the Seaside week. During the evening city im- _
SInn the following are noted: Mrs. provements was the topic of conversi.- rl a
1A. Appleman, Lena Appleman, Detroit ing for Tuesday evening at thle hotel,L Ln
Mich.; A. P. Frybee and wife, W. E. when a committee was appointed to
Caulkins and wife, W. F. Fanning and arrange for a general meeting of the i
wife, Hartford, Conn.; Mrs. Win. H. citizens looking to some decided steps
Hahn, Rochester, N. Y.; C. F. Green- the improvements. eKepl the ball
ing and wife. (Grand Meadow, Minn.; rolling. J
C. XV. Greening, Mrs. R. A. Blood, Egbert Carpenter, one of our oldest
Melstone(, Moit. inter visitors, vlio o ns i-tt
lio, e n l)unlawtoli uveliui, 0 lit's I W / I
The (Child's Actors, under Miss \Vhi quite sick at Iiis lioni ltl'rice. Mr. I I- I .
pie's nailaginilent ,)priesented a very (a'r enter camlile doW(l alo(le tlls \\i- %\ In
dllig tlul juvenile programin at The .er. Ibit his family have ,tw ii, H ,'
MAlagnolia Wednesday evening. The ,d of hlis condition. -
concert was enjoyed, not only by the V. C. ,Fuller, of Fraikifort, Ini., .a--a i lA1 I i OIt O
guests of tdie house but by a large rived Tuesday night and is a guest lll I ml .,
number of cottagers who were preseiN a t the Port Orange Houset. FOUR THlI l VOOUSAND ACRESI
[he dancing, the songs and the reci- Benj. Dorrance and family, of Dor-
tations seemed to show not only care- ranceton, Pa., are shaking hands with S j
ful training but inherited talent in their many Port Orange friends |
no small degree, and by their grace They arrived Tuesday night and are O ff bhes td l=inl in F '1i' i-
and brightness won the hearts of all guests at the Port Orange House. t a-- ye lwa nd ra ori aa A 1U1U|
present. This good family missed Port Orange [S <^-A a*I A- a ,-1AL L-- .
-lst season and their friends are dou- 0Cu(n0
Late arrivals at the Prince George bly glad to see them this season. | 1 a
are: Mrs. Anderson. New York; Mr. F. Boyer ,of Troy, N. Y., and his g C0Ver e I1w3magn Ci t
and Mrs. Elmer Sereno two children brother, Chas. H. Boyer, Providence, of c- =d a r --
and maid, Mre;. C. B. Shoemaker, H. R. I., John XW'. May and wife, of Sunm- g _rowth oK hickory, dar and3(=
Shoemaker, J. Rieche and wife, Al- mit, N. J. Mrs. M. E. Ellis, of Kin- "S ce
lentown, Pa.; J. W. Ilibbard, New sas City and Mrs. Sarah Reed, of p Pin" e, situated within one mile-"
Rochelle; J. C. Morill, Jacksonville; Falls Village, Conn., are this week's *
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Walker, Monroe, arrivals at the Port Orange House. of largst r the
Ga.; G. E. Roberts, Norfolk Va.; Mrs P. K. Cross and wife, of Morris, 11., th in
L. S. Donaldson, child and maid, Dr. guests of the Illinois House, returned --
and Mrs. E. E. Storke, Minneapolis; Tuesday from a brief tri) to Cuba. t Stte reached by train,
Mr. and Mrs. (G. F. Rose, Hlot Springs Mr. Cross is a prominent real estate (- I
Ark.; \W. P. Roinmmell, Newark, N. .1.; I man of his city and says 'iCuba real es ,1 automobile or boat
L. C. Quoyle, Cleveland, Ohio; Mr. tate looks good to him-%%hen 1i'c
and Mrs. S. Prescott, M'iss Prescott, Sam gets hold of it.
Miss Helen Prescott, Washingtoi. 1D. C. W. Brittenhelm ad .\. KIt.I' i- a a littleover
(.; Mr. and Mrs. J. l!. lainimett, wards, of \VWalt,,n. Ky., ,,.sts it t !I ,, -- For ale l l
'ittsbuirg;; Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Ellis, Illinois Ilous, left t -s\\',listl over
lo)stoll, Mass. an extende-d iriI) p t(,' i'i all ,
SThe Oldest Joke. conCliar ly \';y ,t' l';Mli. $ O A$ 0
It wxill tw ditlicult to (liseover anriold-
er pfdren f1im M1-. $5.00 an Acre
persmith and the maker of brazen oo, of \\lto, K: .P, aist ." c
ages for. the temple of (Osiris. which Is the Illinois Io lse, \ itli A... 1'rk- K
embodied It Egyptian Inscriptions dat- hurst, \\if,, and so,, j, C -.' (. Ill., m
Ing from the reign of Menees. founder left W,.nesday l a .ii ti Entire tract platted and sub-
of Memphis. who ruled over 7.Ot down the river, on ith, T Frif, 1ls.
years ago. According to ancient rec- Capt. Perry Villiamis.
ords. there dwelt between these two Tribbleproriket.,t i divided, with many streets al-
craftsmen a quiet manu whose desire Bay, at Dayuna h, f the a ,I A J CI
w.a for nn.e and who was sadly dis- Bay, at .tu hon-(. f the
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ConraJ G ocelrY
- .-.~<. -. -.
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SStar Hams and Bacon
Simo Pure Lard in Pails
HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,
5c, 6for 25c
0lc, 90c dozen
From Choicest Concord
In Half Pints, Pints and Quarts.
Our Daily ,Mrkiet
Armour Star Ham .. .. 1. ..lb. 20C
Ferris' Bacon .. .. .. .. .. 56c
Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
Pal;s, 3 lbs. 65c.; 5 Ibs. $1.00
10 Ibs. $2.00
Pride Oleo, in rolls .. .: .. .... C30
N. Y. State Cream Cheese .. .. 25C
Swiss Cheese .. .. .. .. .. 40c
New Potatoes .. .. .. per peck, 40c
English Walnuts, new crop-Ib. .20c
Brazils, new crop- .. .. .. Ilb...20c
Almonds, new crcp -.. ... lb..25c
Mixed Nuts .. ... .. .... 20c
Florida Pecans ...... .. .. .. 20c
Shelled Almonds, ........ ..60c
Seeded Raisins.. ..13c lb., 2 for 25c
Currants ...... 13c lb., 2 for 25cl
Apricots, evaporated .... .18c
Peaches, evaporated........ 15c
Pears, evaporated ........ .. 20c:
Oranges, per dozen, .. .. .. .. 15c
Grareruit, each .. .. ...... 5c
I Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions,
Turnips, Beets,Parsley, Mint,
Carrots, .......... all 5c bunc
SPineapples ...... 10 and 15c each
Cranberries .. .. 13c qt., 2 for 25c
CALL AND SEE OUR LARGE VAR-
IETY OF FRESH VEGETABLES, .
INDIA and CEYLON
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.
The National Biscuit C
Cakes and Crackers
Unsurpassed in Purity
$3.00 per case of 12 bofles
60 cents allowed for epty
bottes and casewhen retur-ed
All data proves this water to be quite free fo Oramic attere-
healthful, palatable drisid water amd one admirably adapted 1
domestic and general purposes. : : :
Quarter Pound Packages
a'- -- _____________
A Person is Often Judged by His
IEPRIN T Ilt.
It should be up-to-date the same as you would have your clothing up-to-date.
E ON- MA M- EU E-0-AM I'M M A -=-'M m-0U AV l
An ~ .4 -
rd up i the 5-m- 1 11sW& es
A HIGH CLASS
Puri-Tan-Ated Brand Coffee
Contains only the finest grades of.
Coffees purified by a process that
increases and retains its essential
A I I
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ftitk. anud cbhoe an American, Is the eldest daughter of George
S Vurk s- ts marry Anthony J. Drexel, Jr, a member of
p1 and verv wa.Ithy l'linladelphla family. The picture was made
p| 4'I.agrna'ii 't M%.i's Gotuld. who is In her twentieth year.
is No Place
Resort in which to spend the winter
Daytona is known the
ever as the Preffie-t Resort in
t-and the Beauty of the City is as
fdtect of the Universe left It.
T. ANTHONY TWINING.
m' rw. IA A e-ay PEm Am*
Whare at atmy. Kevin, aboo
y WN ftrom Morro eatle.aduti
the wapanb.bmerlean war
"I 69 eaped from MoMv catle.'
"Wdlyo e-caped from mnwher
"fwe. I was captured while 01
picket by a troop of Spanish cavalry
The captain didn't want to be both.
wed with me, ohe left me with a
od OtaIn named Campanol. a small
farmer. teUln him that be would be
bMck that way In a few days ad &
be didn't flAd me be would bura the
hosoe and tear up the Uttle garden
patch which cotamned all the ftrmei
Ibd to live on or a year."
Well, the captain didn't find you
ta he came hack. did her
"No; be didn't."
"Too aid a p0a1 Im tl" --
"No; I did't layt a plan. though I
bd plety of time. I was principally
eaped killing tt-the time-with my
jlaer. You know Spaniards are the
meot inveterate gamblers in the world.
and Campanoni beat all the rest of
them. I had a little loose change
when 1 was captured, and he won it
alL Then he won my garments one
after the other. He played fair too.
I watched him closely and never could
detect a bit of crookedness. In fact.
he was awfully scrupulous in giving
me every advantage. I played fair.
too, when it came to playing for arti-
cles such as clothes, money, my watch
and all that. but I'll admit there wa;
one thing I didn't play fair about.
You see-what do you suppose put into
my head a way to get out of his
"Some bones and a lead pipe."
"You don't see any connection be-
tween the two, do you? But there
was. The old man was very fond of
shaking dice. I taught him poker dice.
and he went wild over the game. lie
was ready to play for anything lie
had. but I hadn't anything to put up-
that is. nothing available, though I
had plenty of money in bantik at home.
Singular how funny it is the way
ideas pop into people's heads. I hid(
borrowed my jailer's dice one day to
relieve the tedium, for I hadn't t
book or a newspaper even in da,,
language and. suddenly looking ip.
noticed the lead water pipe running
through the room. See?"
"See? No. Go on."
"Dice and lead meant loaded dice to
me. That meant freedom. 1 would
draw my check for a lot of money and
play it against myself With loaded
dice. Sure thing."
"But not exactly square."
"I don't pretend it was. Didn't I tell
you that I played fair in everything
except one? Well, that was too impor-
tant to play fair about, though the old
man didn't lose anything in the end.
as I will explain later. I first began to
tell him about my bank up in the
States and held my possessions up be-
fore him long enough to get his cupid-
ity on the rampage. Meanwhile of
nights I was chipping the lead pipe.
digging little holes In the dice and
stuffing in the lead. Campanoni lent
me a little awl, never even asking
what I wanted it for. lie was no jail-
er, simply a farmer."
"I should think you could have es-
caped from such a man."
"Escape! Ile never took his eyes off
me in the day and locked me in safe at
night. You see. I was a mortgage on
his home to be foreclosed if not pro-
duced. WVell,. when I'd filled (the bones
I asked for pen al d paper. wrote an
order for $2.(XJO-inore than twice
what t lhe fariii \\as wortli-:iiid offered
jailer l hdl out just five imin ,es.
-WV ..,:it ('v 1 t.41 a g: imne of poker
dice. I'd pranti'vd rolling themin. aild.
knowing. iust wl\horle I'd put the lead.
I could (I<, pretty imich wliat I wanted
with the n. \Vhinevcr he'd get a full
I'd' get four of a kind. and he got
'fulls' pretty often. fior the dice rolled
nearly as \w l! fr ihin as for me. 1
didn't teat hiiai soI '- after all. But
I beat him. and I U :'it he was hor-
rified at what lie liid done. He was
sure everything would wbe destroyed
mi~r Fim~m f totrss
Drink Lily Waer
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eb COMMENCING rd
Wednesday, .3 d
O ^ '.'%NIN^ ;il 1t,. l'(? i
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Prices 25c 50c 75c
Manhattan Opera Co.
FEB. 8th to 12th
Seats on Sale at Hankinc'
Dance every Tuesday night.
"INDIAN RIVER" ORANGES
You are invited to visit my troves,
and up-to-date Packing House, and
see the handsomest fruit and how it is
handled. Your orders solicited
Special attention given to filling orders
by the box for shipment.
George H. Munrce.
l.is.s Emima Ble.cker, of Logan, Olii(
arrived \Vedm( sday niight to sp,..:(d
some time with her friends, AMr. and
Mrs. A. H. Kling, at their winter
home on Magnolia avenue.
*Automobiles stored at reasonable
rates. Saratoga Inn Garage. d-Fbl-tf
Cl. e t c u The floral tributes at the funeral
Col. Charles Dougherty came up o r. C. Malev, Wednesday af-
from New Smyrna,* Wednesday af-
teroo to attend the funeral o ternoon were both very beautiful and
ternoon to attend the funeral of ,,,
-- T^- I z i.^i- abundant, a separate vehicle being
Mrs. J. C. Maley, whom he had known abundant, a separate vehicle being
e te ey d o necessary to transport them to the
mnace the early days of Daytona.
*A Welch 6-cylinder, 7-passenger Mrs. Chas. E. Gardiner returned by
touring car for rent. Phone 112, Sar- auto bus Wednesday night from Orlan-
atoga Inn Garage, George W. P. Des- o, where she has been attending the
Jardines. 25-tf D. A. R. State meeting, one of the
d leCatt-q frrrt Aho.-iil Fin thrlnifw
Mr. E. Childs, a friend of Mr. and
MJi. F. D. Spring, arrived Wednes-
dr night from Rochester, N. Y., and
will be located for the season with
Mr. and Mrs. Spring on Ivy Lane.
vi a t- l l. t I) I i, V/AAAl .-k I (^ 1 *,C I AI Jk di a I, 1 1 Ulfi llS H i ) r
**HIDES WANTED-Skunk, ott
raccoon and all kinds. Granville Bak, C
Magnolia avenue. West entd. 2-'2t
LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
7:50 today; 8:4 tomSortow.
Rain to-night ; Friday unsettled.
Mr .and Mrs. R. D. Wilsan who have
been spending the past two months
on Third avenue, left yestreday on
their return to Winston, Conn., their
Mrs. Glenn C. Frissell, of Miami,
who has been attending the D. A. R.
State meeting at Orlando, came over
From that city by auto car last night,
for the purpose of making Mrs. C.
Hinks a short visit
Mrs. Russell Scott Sherman, a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Sea-
man, arrived Wednesday night from
Milwaukee, W'is., and will sI)end a
month or more with them at their
home on Souh Rtidgewood avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Fleet, of Ctul-
\er Military School, Culver, Ind., ar-
rived a few days since and will spend
the month at Seabreeze on Grandview'
avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Fleet spent
last winter at the Bernard cottage.
/" T L -] n -.- -_ fi _1 -* -*
U r rea Price is assisting CliarK
G. Smith, of Daytona Beach, in his
photographic business Mr. Price is
experienced in the work, having fol-
lowed the business some years ago.
He is now engaged in looking afer the
business on the Tomoka river trip.
Owing to the temporary iildisposi-
tion of Mrs. A. B. Faster, the Epi.ic(-
pal church tea, which was to ha\e
b(,en held at h,-r lio:%io tomorrow .[-
ternoon, v ill be givein at the res.-
denc e of 1)rs. I. A. I'lodlet. (or-
.er of Ridgew(ed aiicd lJ.ivx Oak a\,-
A li (-. j
,IrS. V.\ .': l: l (I I), U, ,; ,.
Cet. i ',I M t this
luo li'il,.a i;^.- lR .I \ il l l-ttirn in .
t':1i day.- or t\x() o x\xcks, but iMrs. Grort-
ja:i will r .iijain at St. .\ugustine_
\\i:hi ani tht r ( t(au lit r, Alrts. ('ooli,
until heir re'tt rni iio'ih.
IMrs. E. A. iulbbard rect-ived the
hand decorated dinner set at L. G.
Lyman's grocery store Wednesday
afternoon. Mrs. Hubbard is the wife
of the owner of the two large Rapid
busses which made the trip from
Traverse City, Mich., recently. Mr.
and Mrs. Hubbard are located on
South Ridgewood avenue.
An elderly gentleman fell from his
Licycle while riding on North Beach
street this morning and received
some severe scratches on his face.,
but seemed otherwise uninjured, as
.ie remounted his wheel without aMsls)
ance and rode away .
*Don't forget the ball game, Wed-
nesday, Feb. 9, Daytona vs. Rollins.
COMMODORE J. H. ALLEN
INVESTS IN AUTOMOBILE.
Commodore J. H. Allen, who came
up from Allenhurst Tuesday afternoon
by train, returns today in a Buick car
purchased of the Atlantic Motor Car
Company. The commodore said he
intended to drive with one hand on
the wheel and the other holding an
TIE MESDAMES CONRAD
The beautifully gowned Daytona
tye hundred, or more accurately
speaking, one hundred and twenty-
five, repaired to the Palmetto Club
house WVednesday afternoon ,in re-
sponse to invitations by Mesdames
E. T. and F. N. Conrad, for an after-
noon, from 2:30 to 5:00, at bridge
and five hundred.
The hall was a bower of green in
Decorations of foliage plants, palms
and bamboo, the latter of which pre-
dominated. Seventeen tables were
set, the division between the two
games being made as nearly equal
Mrs. F. E. Bond, of DeLand, as-
sisted in the receiving line with the
lhostesses, the Mesdames Conrad.
The game proved very entertaining,
aitt the close of which foir prizes
were awvardtd. The to) score at
bridge and also the second bridge
prize were wvon by DeLaii(d ladies, re-
si ('tit-ly, AMrs. G. \\. Fisher and IIrs.
F L. end. The prizes at five Ihun-
dred wcre awarded IMrs. \V. A.. tlan-
kils, first prize; and Mi:-- Youing,
After the game the cards wVere re-
nimoved and twhe table spread with
handsome lIni,.h cloths, and course
refreshments of salted nuts, salads,
sandwiches, cakes, bon-bons and
coffee were served by ten charming
maidens, as follows: Alisses Chamber-
lin, Browning, Ruth Rodgers, Wil-
laume, Cammelling, True, Rist, Cook,
McKinley and Shields. The young la-
dies were charmingly attired and
their deft services elicited many com-
Mrs. S. L. Stackhouse and little Ours and Theirs.
son, S. L. Stackhouse, Jr., arrived "A play on names unconsciously per-
Wednesday night from Boston, and petratd lby my youngest son was very
funny." said :1 Flatbush man Tester-
will spend the season with her cous- 1 Flatbush n -
day. "' e live next door to a family
in Mrs. H. H. Mills and family on da." eeitenour. and the oto r night
naml(4 edlteitnour, and the other night
Baker street. This is Mrs. Stack- while my family was busy reading in
house's first visit to Florida and she the lIhbrarv we heard a racket on the
was delighted to awake this morning back por.h. M31y son went out to In-
to the beautiful weather now pre- v;etij0te. ;il )1 his return my wife,
vailing always iniqisitlve. asked what had
caused I he noise.
A T. G a Ronld J*#,.Notlhin' blut a couple of cats,' Jim
Messrs. T. Grotjan Ronald. Jon tol her. and then I heard her ask.
Both Ladies' and
Our Sixth Shipment of Sw
BOATS SOUTHWARD BOUND c
Hnrd FI o venience at ALLENHTST
Five Hundred Fet of Free Dock, Free Water. Home-MalbM
(4rocerlts at City -Prices. Launch Supplies. WE CALNNy l
STOP OVER tn1d ENJOY th, FFISHiiYG. "We cian te reaeb
INIDIAN RIVER COMPAXlt
WEDNESDAY EVENING i
The following announcement cards
v. il be received by the friends of
.i,'. and -Mrs. Dan R. Lovelace to-
S"Mrs. Ella H. Glenn announces the -
ijiarriage of her daughter. Mayme
Fllavilla to Dan R. Lovelace, Feb. 2, GENE
I1911. Daytona, Florida. At home on -
Third avenue after February 10th." Rents new b f
The marriage ceremony, which was week; $6.00 perM
in the presence of the immediate fam-
ily only, was performed at the M3. E.; TR l 3
Parsonage at 8:30 p. m. last night, by'l ICNRAL
Rev. H. H. Mallinson. _
Mr. and Mrs. Lovelace are wellWst End Ceti
known, popular young people of this,
city, and have the hearty congratu- 4'
lations and best wishes of the com- Collars
munity for a lion's share of happiness "
and prosperity. Can't C 01
To the citizens of Daytona: As 1, ByOlr M
am desirous of filling the office of; Try
school trustee, I will appreciate your *.
support, by ballot, at the coming mu-1 _
nicipal election. d2-7t TI,2r tona
JOSEPH OSBORNE. *D yto
M i aund
Ope- Every Day at 3:00 p. m.
"The Lie" Story of Franco-
Prusia War--Full Reel
The Sons of the Cradle
The Wheelbarrow Race
The Miner's Daughter
THOSE. W. LANE
Singing and Monologue
MUSIC BY WOODS' ORCHESTRA
N. pictures shown by us unless they
be been passeI upvn by the New
TYwa Po i c Ci.sur Eoard.