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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: February 4, 1910
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00423
Source Institution: University of Florida
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ERROR WRIT.
eon A wae pm some local
i t .tr.t w. pasedd upon Tuesday by
1 ase Umifd States court of appeal at
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r Joba T. Hammond, tor-ewly of Or-
n ht butt o president of the Stat
IN Bemk of New Smyrna, was awarded
k$26, 00 damages in a lower court up-
' wvll do a oa a bowing that he was driven out
- vfth his C the wholesale grocery buainesas by
II De- the Comodated Grocery Company,
.f- e* equly which he alleged is a conspiracy in
*o reors ralUt of trade and in violation of
. the Sherman anti-trust actjost in the
MM atrter, United States circuit court of appeals
elast Tuesday, when the decision of the
1-s was re- lower court wes revered and the
| &a severe caMe rekuauded for a new trial upon
pa f the Day- amsigment of error.
i year. The error upon which the case was
reversed was the admission by the
k lower court of a letter which was ma-
terial evidence tending to prove un-
lawful conspiracy.

IN PALMETTO CLUB MEETING


SI ON THURSDAY AFTERNOON.

r ONLYt LITERATURE DEPARTMENT GAVE
INTERESTING DESCRIPTION OF
lOWNS OF INDIA, WHICH WAS ACCOMPAN-
0lt0T DEFEN-
'IDE ,j lED BY SONGS AND STORIES
PORT. RELATING TO THAT COUNTRY.
i. 4--The Unit-'
' 4t2he Unit -The president, Mrs. Stillman, intro-
r*at tartung
i AM eb)Ii- duced Mrs. Ida Niver, as chairman of
| t te report the Literature Department, which had
Us Wy w tl charge of the afternoon at the Pal-
k ig. afte mettoClub.
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gns.L It wil Rookh, Intermezzo by Pabst; B-Indi-
to repe lan Idylie, Nocturne by Papini.
PMrs. Niver announced that the
-&W *W iln Literature Department had spent its
S thP clflec last season in the study of India and
ewlthia ten gave a very brief description of India.
Sin two' Mrs. E. K. Bigelow gave an inter-
V-cna& on the testing article on the Women of In-
dia. Mrs. Bigelow is a very de-
Sdeeare tht lightful speaker, always listened to
ent con-! with pleasure.
in ame only Mrs. Niver gave a synopsis of the
Kashmir love story, after which Mrs.
|Chowning sang two songs from it;
VW HATTERAS A-Will the Sun Never Set; B-Hindu
i Slumber Song.
C., Feb. 4-The, Mrs. H. Y. Thompson rendered in
I this afternoon a very beautiful and impressive man-
o the e Ier the poem of Shah .Jehan. MNrs.
ew Y o Thompson was accompanied very
Ift *xn New York .... ,_ .. xiic \\iil1inie. whO


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Why don't you stop cki aor that Coffee?

Remember we have &e remedy, "The Universal

Percolator:

Gruber-Morris Hardware Company
"1 you dm't trade wit4 m we blt Ioe mmesy."



1 LEANS AUTOESENO TIE ALLOWS;

TO C. TUISW. GETS NEW LEASE OF LIFE.

BARNEY OLRFIELD AND OTHER LEGALITY OF CALIFORNIA 8TAT-


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John Searles, 80 years old, is mte
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NOTED DRIVERS TO COMPETE UE UNDER WHICH OPPENHEIM. COAST AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIA- The old gentleman, whose home tof
T N APPLY FOR SANCTION Rockford, Ill., has been living with
ON THE MILE CIRCULAR TRAC!,. ER WAS SENTENCED, IS IN TION APPLY FOR ANIN F. Searles in the Van Dorn ct
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 4-Every- QUESTION. MORE MONEY NEEDED. tage, on West Volusia avenue.
thing is in readiness for the opening SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 4-One of The directors of the Florida East Yesterday morning he started out
tomorrow of the big two-day automo- the happiest men in the big prison at Coast Automobile Association last saying he was going to walk to thW
nection with the annual Mardi Gras San Quentin, is Jacob Oppenheimer, evening decided definitely that a ocean beach. Toll Keeper Jones, of
carnival. The meet promises to bewhose life would have been ended ou tournament will be held in March on the South Bridge, says he psrls
one of the most sensational ever held the gallows tcday but for a writ of the famous Daytona Beach race there about ten o'clock, and that is
oeedof error granted almost at the eleventh
on a mile track, as many of the men,
on a mile track, as many of the men, houranby the State Supremte Court. The course under the auspices of the As- the last definite information h
entered are record holders and 'sociation, nephew has. A colored man say be '
will be much rivalry, i tight to save Oppenheimer's life shas
The practice work augurs well for been carried on vigorously for the Application has already been made thinks he saw the old gentleman oa
the smashing of records. Many of the past three years and not until the:t the American Automobile Associa- Keating's pier later in the day, how-
score or more of driversc Supreme Court of the United States ition for a sanction covering the week ever.
score or more of drers completed opportunity to pass uponicommencing March 20th and at the
the circuit close to record time to- mas had an opportunity to pass upon unt m The ^or Mr Searles has become
day. AmongC the drivers who will the validity of the California statute meeting of the Loard of County Corn- The unior Mr. Searles has become
compete in the two days of racing under which he was sentenced toin missioners next Monday application alarmed over the disappearance of
compete in the two days of racing bill be made to have that body set his uncle and fears that he may
are Barney Oldfield with 200 horse death will his fate be finally determia-:, ide the toeaneah acting d r h e
power Benz; George Robertson, 90 ed. While trying to escape from aside the ocean beach for racing pur- be out in the exposure of today's cold.
power Benz; George Robertson, 90 *B-neen rvfpib h n< f
horse power Simplex; Ralph DePalma San Quentin Oppenheimer slashed a poses as provided by the laws of i fie says his uncle was somewhat
:0 horse power Fiat; Louis Chevrolet, trusty with a bread knife. At the Florida. childish and may have become cow
Buick; "Speedy" Shaw, Knox; Ar- -W1a serving a life sentence For seven years the speedfest over fused and wandered away. Being a
thur W. Greiner, National 40; Ben for killing his cellmate. He was sen- this hard sand course has been the h dsappr
Kirscher, Darracq; Joe Nelson, Buick, tenced under a law which provides one real speed event o each year. of the man is all the more strange.
Joe Grennon. Buick; Billy Lynch, the death penalty for a life-term con- hile the monster cars wer e going If anyone has seen the missing = Am
Jackson 40; and Arthur Chevrolet, vict who attacks a guard or fellow eighty miles an hour on the straight they will confer a favor by telepho.
Jackson 40; andArhrCeolt stretches of the Vanderbilt cu
convict. 0 stretcesug the Daily News.
Buick. course, the modern Juggernauts were
The complete programme of events speeding mile after mile faster than
for the two days is as follows: BASE BALL MANAGERS AND one hundred miles an hour on the CITY OVERRUN WITH
First Day. Daytona course. Marriott in a steam-
Five miles-Stock chassis, 130 to 0| n E AT ON er clipped off a mile faster than 120 N1AN
230 cubic inches piston displacement; OFI[CIALS MEET A MONTREALcmiles an hour anMENDICANT lIULm
prize, purse. For four years the record of Mar-
Five miles-Free-for-all; prize, tro- ANNUAL SPRING MEETING WILL riott has never been approached, and HAVE THE CITY AUTHORITIES NO
phy, value, $50. automobilists began to look on the
Twenty miles-Stock chassis, 301 DISPOSE OF MUCH IMPORTANT performance of Marriott as being the POWER TO SUPPRESS THE OPIN
to 450 cubic inches piston displace-BGAYNW8 RVLN
eto 450 cubist prize, $50; second prizsplace, BUSINESS AND ADOPT SCHED- limit of daring and speed. Conse- BEGGARY NOW 80 PREVALEMT
ent; first prize, 0; second prize, quently the Florida East Coast Auto-
$25.00. ULE. mobile Association officials decided ON THE STREETS?
Ten miles-Free-for-all, irrespective MONTREAL, Feb. 4-The annual some weeks ago that they would not
t rophy; donated by Miss Mabel Me- spring meeting of the Eastern Base- promote a meet this winter. In the The city for the past week
trCane, of Chicago. ball League opened at the Windsor meantime there arrived in America been beset with a horde of alms-a-
CaTen miles-eFree-for-all handicap- Hotel in this city today with more a 200-horse power Benz racer, with Ing cripples of allrdescriptions.d14g
Ten miles-Free-for-all than a score of officials and mana- .which the noted Hemmery had cover- less, armless or otherwise disab
Twenty miles-0Stock chassis, 161 gers in attendance. Owing to the ed a mile over the Brooklands track men are to be met at every turn
Twenty miles-Stock chassiston1large amount of important business in England at a faster gait than Mar- with their story of distr ess to pla
pto 230acement. Trophies 450 451 to class in to be disposed of it is expected that riott travels in Florida. The monster upon the sympathies of the public
iers and $250 cash to first two, irre- it will be the first of the week be- car was purchased by the famous Bar In many cases, perhaps a maJority
ners and $20 cash to first two, ir fore the meeting concludes. ney Oldfield, and prompted by a de- they are worthy objects of charity
.5l),-,e of class. The adoption of the schedule is the sire to prove the real speed of the and the man or woman bodily souna
Second Da. ca optn or tate Bes, an y and whole must be indeed hard of
Second Day. first important item of business on, car on the Daytona Beach, Barney heart not to possess a feeling
Five miles-Stock chassis, I 301 to first prtsitem t buin ow hired the club officials to ascertain heart not to possess a feeling at
450 and 4-1 to 600 piston displace- the program. President Pat Poverstwired the club officials to ascertainfortunate fellow
a(;0 a sche4p(,du1l which will. if there was a chance to have the pity for these less fortunate fellow
meia; trop1.% probably be adopted without change. March meeting declared on again, creatures, but it is not the parto n
F'iv l iles-sr oc,1.- c:t s* anutetirs wisnoe sned d om;ree fknnst n
74at gams botl$60to$.
Sit; provides for a season of 154 games About $400 to $5i00 more is needed cwisram s or pen beggary.ss to en
Kla' id Er;.- 1 t-te same as last year. The opening to carry on the meet and those who courae thIs probably no State in the
Twen nles-re-f ot yt subscribed may sign'-li I
".rie. ~ econ prize, ~dates are as follows: Wednesday, Ap-Uhave not yet subscribed may sign the T pdoes not provide for the
Iare ftthanindofnttlassdnd-i
1.'ze. 7,; st-,ond prize, $ rii 21, Buffalo at Baltimore; Thursday subscription list with any of the di- ni
I-e miles-ew Orleans chi lhster at N.wark. Mon- directors of the association. care of this indigent class and It
.. .. ............ .. ... ., ---. .\.. wvoiild seem better for them to remain


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Famufs z muag
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NEW SMTKYRNA
FLORIDA


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NEw SMYRNA
VWRIDA
A noun Strictly
Fin* Cla in
Every Resp~ct

Bpoaty
Rate $o per
Day and Up
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PROPRIETORS

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6ALIREATH
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA


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


L. C. CHISHOLM
Tonsorial Parlor
Oldest stand In town
NEW SMYRNA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
Removed Without
Pain
SANlITARY BATHS

PURK

ICE CREAM
Confections


Cold Drinks


The Best of Every-
thing In Our Line


RIZY'S


New Smyrna
Is the Place


ROSE VILLA
Mas. H. MOELLER
Proprietress
Meals for Transients
a Specialty
NEW RMYRNA
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TWnUfIcoing to
At hera mfish and
6t Ora& es this
winter. There are
ome good cmp
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ome and pitch your
tent on one and Join
me on the log.
LoU FTSWHVMAN


OSE VILLA
Pleasantly Loc:ted
on Grmnnnda Awv.
ORMOND, FLA.
Frank Mason, Prop.
Rates: (8.00 and V.50
per day; l.t to
tI5X) per wet-k


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

6UAVA JELLY
MARMALADE AND
TROPICAL
PRESERVES
Specl AttetlM to
F yly Orders
iNOKMT AWANS A"i
Pnn American Ex-
position-Buffalo
W -,'st India Exposl-
t !on--Chrleston
Louilsana Purchase
E \ wositlon, St. rFouis


F. C. TOTMAN
ORMONI, FLA.
Fine Groceries
SVegetables Fruits
t-it a ld ninoktd
M Y'ATS


OUNDGROVE
ORANGES
and
Grapefruit -
Best Grown
(;rov" on St. Aiigl.s-
tlii Ailoivnlolil Ro'), 1 W M1I s
North of
HOTEL ORMOND
Beed, Knox and
Beed Company
BTTr )W Postoffice


SORMND is ve ail- e a o-
DRyt.oa, located ,oa the weoterni

lak of the Halifax Rivi TAhijo.
catioa of the tow pita of or0d,
drainage aid perfect ituio the,
elevation is superb a"d ieal for
winter hoaes. A *ilde' bdd. coRn
a c1t Ornoad with O- on d Beachd
* Many fine residences are main-
tained on either side of the river, I
most of them embelliahed with sub-
tropical oa ad shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit i
trees. j
The town is very cosmopolitan,!
Shas an excellent graded school, sev-
Seral 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!
attractions-fine fruit, good fishing, i
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
salubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
At Ormond Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
sister, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
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 ncuter into the enjoyment
thereof.
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-
riage or automobile-long drives and
short drives; drives through groves
of golden oranges; drives through
dense tropical forests to Spanish
ruins; drives to the ancient Cause-
way built by the slaves of planters
of long 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-
tlions is Number Nine, located on the
peninsula, five rniles north of the
Hotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
i orange grove, together with great va-
rieties of other sub-tropical fruits
and flowers.
Five miles further on you come to
Moundgrove, one of the finest orange
groves in this section of Florida.
Mouudgrovc is on the headwaters of
the Halifax River and is amid pretty
surroundings. The place is reached
by a good road [passing Number
Nine] and is a drive all tourists may
enjoy.

COTTA S AND ROOMS TO LET-
Ftirntlshod; Modern lin-
COTTAG provenmnts; on River
Front or tid. Rtreets. Rents Reasonable.
Wrii, to WN. F. COLBY at Ormond.


ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
IN'IER JCSD
IN PROPERTY IN
ORMOND OR
ORMOND RICACTr
He Will Give Your
Business Prompt
Attention


MILDRED LODGE
(Formerly Mildred
Vlla
On River Front
ORMOND, FLA.
A First Class Mod-
ern House; Rooms
Single or En Suite;
with or without..
Private Bath. Ser-
vice and Cuisine
Unexcelled.. .
A. M. WATSON
Propr.


COOK'S GROVE

On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South of Ormond


One of tl
Groves ii
County


ie Finest


V i 'J. Jl...l'V
WELCOME

THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

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


PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
(Inc.)
OWNER of the BEST
River Front
PROPERTY
IN PORT ORANGE
Fineu Truck Lands
See?...
L. I'. OATES. 5ec.,
l)Datuna, or
W. C. GOWES, Agt
Port Orange.


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.


PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
('Onviit'nllt to .XltO-
inobll liy Ci ir^ll-
Appil to
WM. C. HOWES
Po'rt (riln ",', F i,


VOLUSIA
COUNTY
BANK
OBLAD, FLL.

Cap"tl$XO

A. D. MCBRIDU
J. B. ON9RAD
Vio. President
I. A. WOOD
Oashler


G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drugs, Stationery,
Huyler's Capdie%
Kodak, Cigars
DiLAND, FLA.


J. W. PERKINS


Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


Will Practioe In
State and
Federal
Courts

DKLAND, FLA.


Svoluia V D. HAYNES
Grocer
"c, DELAND, FLA.


"We Speak for
Your Tradt."


LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practicing In all
State and F.deral
Ooutrts
Special facilities for
Investigating aind
perfueting titles
DxLANDII, FLA.


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


"FOUNTAIN'S"
DsLAND, FLA.
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Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
GROVES
TIMBER or
TRUCK
LAND
HMvld for Bargain
Sheet to
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At DsL^A is a l aih J
M s X deo fas
tag eilmaltT i-titstlur of .se
So th. Buse off the intrt. in
atters .mdatlcm DLand is Imowa
Srhoe Athena of Florida."
Stetson UAiverity has a faculty of
SO professors and i ctc There
are over $4,000 in buildings and
equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-
meat; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
res" iing an investment in building,
endowment and books, of iore than
$120,000. The library is the United
States CvvUa ant depository for the
State of Florida, and co-ntpin over
15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one
of the newest of 16 buildings, with
its furnishings, represents an outlay
of $60,000. Flirabeth 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 county
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 predomin'ting 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
DeLcon Springs, five miles, a historic
spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
bubble from the earth every minute.
From DeLand automobile go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
marl roads; theStL Johns is crossedby
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.


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Mitnufactu rr's
Light Granite, Buff, Red and


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LUMBER
COMPANY
Manufacturen a
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
Agents:
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Parold Roofln
Whitelhall Oemuat
El Dorado Plaster
Georgia Clay Ba
Bond and BrI.k
DzLAND, WLA.


ALLEN'S
Next to Pobtoflfe
DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS
DILAND, FLA.


A. H. emOODA
The
Leading
GROCER
DzLAND, FLA.

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ERICKSON
&Cos
Largest Stock of
Pianos, Orans amad
Sewing MachinVs
8outh of JaeoartUll
DaLAND. FLA.

Florida Waoa
Works and
Machine Shops
800T M HODGKM
DuLAND. FLA
Manufacture oa
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DLAND, FLA.
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WAMITON. Feb. 4 Counter
I e wee fl4d today by the State
I ^etm at the British Embassy,
to the British government's
-- M of the case I n the New
k ~aa4 Finheries dispute. Simulta-
. ~l *l the BrltUsh foreign office filed
41 11111 bries with the American Em-
bwn i la London. It is announced
Of p dte" arguments must be ready
bN A(l*h.
i I fI ex0pecW 4 that early f May the
I 60Vrters. who have already been
S Wioated, will meet at the Hague to
S ar final arguments. and it is hoped
*at their decision will be reached
b r the beginning of August, in time
9W the opening of the next fishing
0saon. In the meantime fishing on
the New Foundland coast may be car-
tie on under an extension of the
Medus vivendi of last year.
I For more than a hundred years
,lAmerican fishermen have been embar-
lesed by local laws and regulations
4t New Foundland with respect to
their rights in those waters.

MOTHERS HOLD
INTERESTING MEETING


Mothers meeting was held at the
Kindergarten rooms on Bay street,'
Wednesday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock.
aEL. H. A. Perkins, president, was in
O chair. Two interesting papers1
re read by Mrs. Edw. H. Arm-
SeOB and Mrs. 8. Wright. Mrs.
A~introng spoke on discipline and
oral progress, and Mrs. Wright on,
NhviroamentL Both quoted largely frca
Mld Study, the text book recently
adopted by the mothers. Those pres-
let were also highly entertained by
OR interesting talk by Miss Turner,
4 Boston, who has done much pio-
Leer work in Kindergarten, especi-
ally In Cuba, and who, in this talk,
drew on the ripened experience which
has come to her from years of work
nla this field.
It was decided by the mothers to
extend an invitation to Miss Knox,
director of kindergarten at Sittsut
University, to address the mothers
at the next regular meetin-'. Feb. '.


K.~f VIU Glyts


AIIMETO


*OSEREEP!R& k

"DON'T TURN FOOD CRANK BE-
CAUSE PRICES HAVE ROSEN,"


HE SAYS.


"Don't turn food crank because
the things you like have risen in
price.
"Don't boycott meat because
steaks are expensive. If you do
you may get sick, because your
teeth and your digestive apparatus
were built for a mixed diet
"Eat more canned goods; they
are cheaper than ever before.
"If combinations continue to
control the prices of food products
Sthe Government may be obliged
i to enact anti-high-profit laws simi-
Slar to those aimed against usu-
ry." Dr. HARVEY W. WILEY,
Chief of the Bureau of Chemistry
WASHINGTON, Feb. 3-Dr. Wiley
gives advice to the housekeepers in
the present financial crisis brought
about in the family purse by the high
cost of living, is to abstain from wor-
ry and buy everything she has been
buying-only not so much of it.
"A ten-cent soup bone will flavor
half a bushel of potatoes," said Dr


creased cost of living. The average
American cook throws away or
wastes enough to keep the ordinary
French family going. Over there they
save every scrap of fat and every
crumb of bread, and convert them In-
to appetiing dishes. They know how
to make the most out of the cheaper


cuts of meat. Over here the average
cook turns up his or her nose at the
cheaper grades of meat and thinks
that nothing is fit to eat unless it
comes from the neighborhood of the
tenderloin.
Of course a great deal of the ad-
ded cost of meat products has come
about as a result of combinations of
dealers. The farmer is not getting
much more for his cattle than he did
ten or fifteen years ago. The Gov-
ernment or the State will have to
step in one of these days, if the comb
nations continue to increase the
prices, and enact laws prohibiting+
dealers from making more than a cer-
tain amount of profit."

"FRA DIAVOLO" AT OPERA
HOUSE FEBRUARY EIGHTH.
Some of the operas to be sung by.
the Manhattan Opera Company during
the Daytona engagement, which opens
on Tuesday night, Feb. Sth are "Fra"
Diavolo," "The Bohemian Girl,'" The
*"Royal Prince," "'Martha,' "livtette,'
"Mlaritana, and "Pinafore." The Man-
hattans are heavily endorsed by the
Southern press especially by the Jack-
-onville Times-Union, after the 0on1-
pany's repeated performances in
Jacksonville last year and this yea.'.
Miss Kittie Nice Perle is the pria
donna with the Manhattans and h',r
charming work in the leading roles
of the opera is bound to be the t,.lk


i viey, anwu init, I coKu ligliLt, LtSL otf Daytona as soon as her voice is
just as good as a dollar steak. With heard. Messrs. Snead & Weitz are
the addition of an onion, a carrot preparing to handle the biggest au-
and a sprig of parsley that soup diences that were ever inside the
bone can be made to produce enough opera house, for already there ar3
good, nourishing soup for a big family signs of a big outpouring of people
Then after the soup is made, save a to hear this celebrated company of
little of the fluid and boil it down artiste.
in the kettle with the meat Then'
ycu will have a "pot roast" which, if TO AID TUBERCULAR KNIGHTS.
made right ,will be fit to set before NEW YORK, Feb. 4-One of the
the president. largest charity balls of the season
"Canned goods of all kinds are will be held tonight in Madison Square
(heaper than ever before in our his- Garden by the Knights of Columbus.
story. Beans and peas have not risen the receipts to be used to provide re-
appreciably in price, and make the lief for members of the order afflict-
best of food for man. \Vheat flour, at ed with tuberculosis The ball ,the
the price it is now selling is the Knights hope, will be so successful
cheapest food that can be boughtt, that the organization may be able to
aind corn meal hasn't changed i,F build a saliatariumi for ('onsuml)tives.
lprice in the last tenl- years.
-If the American 4.,ook w(,Ild st-Idy ELKS (-ARI)S--ith the beautiful
Le ."ethods if tO' Fr"',coi .oh, embossed designn, pr'inte(d to your (a-
wlio usk,, sup all tlhe left ov .rs, ,W o der- >-5 for .$1'7,1' at the Daily N..vs
would d ,(,t hI'a1i 'r 0, m tuch ahout the, ir- office.


TIE DAYTIA PaIyEl
Published
dxy, fro1De1bw 1*.iby
T. N. F6ZZ~ dt- ar
as*. R, inlendeat.
Eutoerd a e~cond-class matW Dw
oembir 1. MW At the POst OM a
Daytona Flouda, under the A%::i
Marc 4,ISMo


Heart to Heart


Talks.
By EDWIN A. NMYE.

DAUGHTERS OF EVE.
There were ir ,t to 4teui-.Ittnmie.
Margaret a:d i aid. agedti atilUt eiP ii(
years.
"*Vh:it are .v(' I(,I'I;! to le whicu you
are a uwn, i .t:'it.'
"I'm toi.: I, be a :;rwy'r aid tear
a bilh ri:-t. like I'twle ( proniptly rejlr 'd :li e ? ,'.li.n iinaiu.
"A li yeo. MaPrMti- et'."
"\V y. I'tll ,ulg to ue :t t. their r and
sing li-:y i;ly ai pretty y lullatty."
"'l'Pst v,. In at l .s not blu .' uI .llm,-'ii
quite hK, ily "',AU.}<' <,c u t i tie a tuoth-
e0."
"'Yout (tit;'!." s;,;>;,; t'
th it li -ti 'll .*I 0 t ** fli. l f<, Iii I I Il' erM l.




lb I" ~ *-.'t h a r, i.au t- il
w l/h'D f % ti--- c +I+ '1 ;il zi, ,t;L* -rt rue"+
a ,ilt't v i. \f- ir t l i tt ',Ill y ,t l e I YI '
"u ti. ;;i- i ; :, ."* \VI i+. "unl, M.\l u'1.




w ol'i i l :i lv ht-: -tt t I 'e't l \in *i -
1'h"el 11,141! itl v< Il W ife1- 1: ^^ '
'hood a t!rd r:' .t ,> (\. ;.a hi
v"f4'u tii+!l |ii .';' r ;u+-+ \',i '. t' "oni e~I ..I 111)


iDeep dt -i' t : i, ,l",r n, a r>ilr tis
thew l .mother i, I jt :iisli !i l\ ? t)o hl Z l eso-
licIs t I h t t 1 ,iz a d a
No, ltlnt ('.:1t ,s ,;,I+s,. IItlt',rifJvel.\ do


bolr e and a : tl lti I% .', I vi -
hood stlti 1nit,+l+-rh',- t1.
Deep d<-\\li IIn tilt" \\-,(rnI;IU b:I- rt i.s
the nio(thtel" il,.trln t ;lln~ 1 D+ t'1 n tiel so)-
llcltuide--th +ti io t-. ttr a tsiiiu atnd a
honle anld ;i iliti~v
Watcb thet Ma-s aijd the Margarets
at their favorite play of keepingg
house." Tbey sing their dollies to
sleep and turk theuim away in the min-
iature cradles,. cook their meals on the
toy stoves and serve them in toy
dishes on toy tables, all as intently
and faithfully as If It were not make
believe.
It Is the real homing Instinct that
moves them happily, like young birds
planning the future nest.
And nothing less can fill up the wo-
man heart-not wealth, not social dis-
ttinction. not success in a public ca-
reer nor any other thing. !
Woman is built that way. i
Every treat wotnati :artist hbs so tos '
itinel. Vtl'i ( dot'es lt1,coCtiparlble Mar\
.kALi'.frsun c*arl tor t, he ili'e. tlie. he tio i
(.'tr tilth sta;.e .-s!...ladlY (q ittt.d f tor l'v
hti ni r \ A. l v, I '.H c'ta u t'i' dot .'s (! W
i'i'tt .;:,;':t' Sili UIi;!i [I ii~iL iove tIn L
'ettei r, .id1 ':,:i t- -. llt' ."iS ot" the care ot \
thfe t' ,i" ,1, ('Hi tl'enj at toiie'.
1 '.+i' r nni ;i; .1 \l; fl'a t ;
[.M ., ,\ \ !:' i alst/Z:ttiol o f the
kt'"'?," .4 .!.- Io fif \\<[iiltlhood-a
i>'l- ,'." ii I :"\ <.. :i ti->,ie to keep, a
b': l (, 1 -.I I dle:Il, .S t0:


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"IS MARRIAGE A FAILURE?" BA R I

MIRTH-MAKING COMEDY BY THE I
MABEL PAIGE CO. AT THE OP- i 1
ERA HOUSE THURSDAY NIGHT, -Two Co a .
two otaca
AFFORDED MUCH ENJOYMENT. the ornerofl,,O
--one of the eAI-IA
tona; one cottr
"Is Marriage a Failure," a mirth-and and ll other
both and a sepe s
provoking comedy, presented by the eatedoanddel.kto
on or address, 0&
Mabel Paige Company at the Daytona Bingham &Tha
Opera House last night, afforded an FOR SAL O =
evening of prolonged merriment, rip- cottages fuTwb
on Ridgewood Ave.
pies of laughter and hearty guffaws 113SelsNb
to the large audience that greeted the FOR


company on the second evening of
their appearance.
Mabel Paige, as Mrs. Gertrude West
was truly realistic in portraying the
sufferings and tantrums of the jeal-
oius wife, and was splendidly sus-
tained yv A. 13. Luce, as the inno-
I' dt I:,-,i.,a d. The sl" y u-1 h,, .-
a '. t fl:..'[:. \\:t. t!h- t [ o "\,sp, .tt -
.:1 p i "s, th,. R _\. [.y iian Lan 'he .
itad .1 ,ilt \Vu-at.,'.e by, r.., moddel h.,.-,-
i.ca d, ,ia t.- seti 1 t' i;)l V!i l .ii t (i r i-'_. '! -I
'Ca+ i.t'1)l eV e, t'' edy 1 i i .tiL;,r'.;:d
I( i e r e a' l t ', .; ( t'

al l-iotind rz-cottn il:ith ~
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Bargain.
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WCE GEORGE


md & Holrpyd, Proprietors
DAYTOA, FLORIDA


and Improved Since Last Season.
lM Gromunds-Located on River Front


Concert Twice Daily


t -as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park, N. J.

t raon laves Prince George dock for
T Tuesday morning at 8:00 o'clock.


04 HAMILTON


New and First-Class.


DAYTONA,


- FLORIDA.


Electric Lights


Electric Bells


Rooms with or without Baths.


, L 5. MABBETTE, Prop's and Mgrs.


Ytermy's arrival at The Des-
pload are noted as foBows: Mr. and
M*. Clifford Floger, Nantucket, R. I.:
,. -and Mrs. S Roth, Cincipiqtl;
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. PFKler, Miss Jessie
May Fitler, Brooklyn.

Miss E. B. Churchill and friend,
Mrs. M. A. Phillips, of Boston, ar-
rived in Daytona Wednesday and are
pleasantly located on Ridgewood av-
enue, at The Magnolia.


Recent arrivals at the Pines are:
W. H. Triche and wife, Lexington,
Ky.,L. C. Anderson, Bainbridge, 0.;
L B. Tabourse and wife, Geo. W.
Henchman, Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr.
and Mrs. Stanhope and family, Lex-
tfton, Ky.; Mr..and Mrs. D. H. Sel-
den, Burlington, Colo.

Yesterday's arrivals at The Ridge-
wood include: Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Hammerdine, Stroudsburg, Pa.; Mr.
and Mrs. Perkins Berkley, Washing-
toa, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. C. N.
Wheeler, Miss Jane Wheeler, Peor-
ia, Ill.; and the following party of
seven from Chicago: Mrs. J. M.
Faithon, Mrs. J. B. Jones, Mrs.
L. Bietler, Mrs. C. A. Hill, Mrs. Frank
Sidley, child and maid.

Among the recent arrivals at
The Stillman the following are noted:
Thos. F. DeHass, C. E. Jones, Atlan-
ta; Nancy L. Fawcett, DeLand; M.
C. Wood, Ohio; Mrs. Mary S. Rigel,
Cleveland; Mrs. C. B. Ellison, Eau
Claire, Wis.; Chas. G. Bunnell and
wife, Hutchinson, Kan.; W. M. Col-
lins, St. Augustine; John A. Barry,
Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Brayton, N. Y.; C. E. Shande, Balti-
mnrp .


The D)espland entertained at drive
%hist Thursday evening. Eight ta-
bles were set, and the prizes award-
ed as follows: ladies' first and sec-
ond prizes w-enht to Miss (Canipbell and
Mrs. Campbell, of Toronto; gentle-
mian's first pri)'i/Let to W. 1. Thomp)SOn,
of Cleveland, and stconld prize to A.
Park, of New York. Rlefreshnments of
punch and cake were served after the
game, and an elegant time was en-


joyed by the participants.


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


AL


Diavolo," at the opera house.


The


Manhattans are deserving of every
inch of patronage that the people
of Daytona can give them, for a big
audience will encourage other big
companies to come to D)aytona du-
ring the tourist season and help furn-
ish entertainment. "The Bohemian
Cirl,"' and "Martha," will be two Inora
of the operas to be su:;-i" by the Man- I
.'. itiis iir'.;II. the (* ~ ~ itlt h
\\'d'lt'sday Iatilwe will \:e "The
lVoyal hince," while on Satul'day inmat-
int.) the offering will bei "Pinafore.,"
I'r,(le'er(.d especially for thol childreli.


I.:ipt hearted zmen are the fruit o(
lu:; xurious countries.-HIIerodotus.
Varied Formula.
"Did he tell the whole truth?"
"Practically. He told the truth witl
a hole just large enough for him t
crawl out of It."-Puck.


FIRST AEROPLANE BUILT BY STUDENTS


HE


PINES


bghtst point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
COmodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
I'Yts, furnace heat, private bath. New and
mments. MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.


S ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ,A Tppp TI- OO


W SEASIDE INN
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
Pern, Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on
Sarf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
HORACE F. STEWART
A BEACH FLORIDA.


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we cate~ring 14) 1 lit-iiio-1 jt i t a ***3 ji i.: I'I J 1 t
he*ftver, lesist ban two llc~frtom II i~t, iki-. Li Iti .jI, t ~Ii
35. P9.00 and $4.(KI per dajy~-$15.i4 a ind I) i ., Lr I1),I 11
Open November to May.
Win. W. FOLTZ, Proyrietor.


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HOLLY HILL. VFeb. 3-T-esdy
*after spending several weeks at Mrs.
dmoudson's Mrs. Bogle returned
to her home in Piainfleld, N. J.
Thursday morning the McCoy Bros.
new boat, the Republic, left her
moorings for Daytona, to be in read-
Iness for her trip to St. Auustine.
The McCoy Bros. are to be congrat-
ulated on the appearance of this last
addition to their line and we wish
them every success in their new ven-
ture.
Mrs. Palmer gave a house warm-
ing on Wednesday evening in her de-
lightful little bijou cottage to a few
friends. Cards and conversation, fol-
lowed by the daintiest of refreshment
made the time pass most pleasantly,
and we think if this weather contin-
ues her house will need warming some
more.
Among our visitors this week we
are pleased to number Mrs. Wmn. Wil-
der, Dr. E. L. Potter and Mrs. Ed-
wards.
Rev. Abercrombie of Daytona, held
services here on Sunday afternoon,
and if satisfactory arrangements can
be made will continue to do so one
cr &iore Sundays in the month.

SEATS FOR OPERA COM-
PANY ARE SELLING FAST.
Seats for the engagement of the
Manhattan Opera Company, which op-
ens at the opera house Tuesday night,3
February 8th, are already being spo-
ken for, and judging from all appear-
ance a big audience will greet the.
artists when they appear in '"Fra


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h~ti ol m a- umtkal b/mu
is te Iowa picture are a follows: Lower row
af auA d of South Cat1rola. Fort of New Jern.-
I 'Sbes of New 'YorLk. The upper row ahows Pleumi-
Of I KO-BKl. WOO- of Oonmecticut and Prouty oi
,of tWl iM hitm rst. .nom left to right. are (vor
0a @d DrDaper aw MatcIMetta. The lower ro"
,p eotum4d of Govemoru Weeks of Connecticut, F',
st New Hampshire and Sloan of Arizona.


No Place


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tona


i which to spend the winter
d* iL Daytoa is known the
r the Prettiest Resort in
d She Beauty of the City is as
d d the U-iverse left It.


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jm *n i 6. wasitt
*Slk 34d rhgedL an 6 t
*4 N4LAO ymg" Ni.IOno
b e and go tmt 10 w a
a"a to ion e with bf dangt
-Aw =6 tha when e axskd ftM
itr=e 1 d drawn hmlnwLf ,,tt
ail nil
SltMUMt be. @Ir! I am of the army
-MdI though retired us half pay by
S td countryy, umo uf the arm
aIWs o the army. My demrest bi p
b s o Saoot to Vinarry aoiaaeal. ac
et Allw 1 lM speak to -ber ai
U. Uk-at IXHc&"
S the major said the nest day
1b bl daughter. t tbere usat be. mn
Sm at t W noien sebetwee 'jo
* sew Huambert."
Xet w~ aL The maj or uMntm
bbd hbiwe that isa order wudM be
ebq9i mad M ,i Janet put o a look
I m o -n" the attdtode at a broken
N 1 wel ot hw fPor the w-orl
thii-h6m became worked and pdr-
htAu&W and the major became a little
bit aaxkms and talked about spring
tIMicsB though he bad no idea of coun-
tmrWaauc his order. All might hare
WoSe well If the grocer who auppHed
the boon hadn't called his delivery
boy a slotub and a lazybones and It
the mad boy hadn't fired up and quit
his Job. Another took his place Just a.
Miss Janet wanted to send a note tv
her lover real bad. The change of
boys perplexed her for a moment, and
she hadn't time to go into explanations
fultlher than to hand him the missive
and 10 cents and mention Mr. Herbert
The boy grinned and nodded, and the
wagon rattled away. and ten minutes
later he was perusing the letter. His
name happened to be Herbert. and he
happened to be a vain boy, and be fur-
ther happened to believe that Miss
Janet had got struck on him. It waS
a proud moment for him, for he al-
ready had another girl on the string
She worked in a shirt factory, aud
she wasn't a tony girl but he loved
her. He was also jealous of her. and
now was his chance to get even.
Mr. Herbert did not get the note in-
tended for him; Miss Janet did not get
a reply as expected; the mother ssav
new cause to believe that her daughter
was not long for this world, and the
major sighed and wished that sonice
one would come i1 and listen to his
war stories. That grocer's boy had
brought butter, eggs and potatoes, but
he had left a load of carking care be-
hind him. Next morning brought
something like a sudden thunderclap
Miss Janet receive:1 a letter mailed at
the village postottice the night previ-
ous. It was ill spelled and was not
capitalized or punctuated at all. It
was signed "*Black Han," and it con-
tained some dire and awful threats
If she did not change her course she
would be shot. stabbed, clubbed, boiled
in oil and die many other ways. It
was to be a first and last warning, and
there were many bewaree" in it.
Janet was frightened, her mother was
more so. and the major swore by the
bloody sword be bad used at Gettys
burg that he would get at the bottom
of the mystery if he had to call out
the entire army of the United States.
The village marshal was consulted.
and he struck a clew. That clew led


to a tin peddler. who fainted awa.
when arrested. Other clews were
struck and followed, and before night
of the tirst day five persons had been
hauled to the lockup. The Black llaiud
had re:whed Clifton at last, but it was
to be rotted out forthwith. On the
sec(oiII id morning after reelvhig, thlie let
ter .:llt-t s:i\- the --rucers' s boy at t!!'
b i ;'l 4 Q'11ii' A!.'.il. 3 lO; l S!^ s l i* k a
t',,U ll ;. ;, ,.-- -t *. \- I i t a i t <,, t' c r
(.'P i\ t l ;t \ ,i ^, t -,I'i l ii i. s lt-lI p .:t' i
th e % \ :I.": ,i i '' ,1 1 L" .. to. ,' "
\vit ti U .f ;,'i 'l'r e. -( ii'i~til, A-.! ii:,t''
tihe l;;, i 1 :-A tLe thr .':t. "i
idlio\vcl ;,,, .i, dii It v i 'Ic.l t P. e."
read tis tlit F. "'iill tlie ito lu ', ii\'
ful W- V%. *. ;'I :.-. >' I LU .S S!l'
wrote *u i.~ : ; t: l',i 't liniid dtier
I will wl r for tF V.>U-
HYl-ri'l t. =te rocer's uoy, had taken
overt lit \\!"i'tship I f the miissive fur
Herbert. the l over. lie had show it to
the shirtinaker. and tier jealousy had
been aroust-d. She it was who had
written the "Illack Ilan" letter. Major
Cleveland %\ as lduuging around and


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Louis IL. Glat a former employee
of the general land oce, n the chief
accuser of Secretary Ballinger. whom
his enemies charge with being Impli-
cated In public land frauds in Alaska.
President Taft defends Mr. Ballinger.
while Chief Forester Pinchot. recently
dismissed, upholds Glavis.



May Referee Big Fight.

Eddie Graney, Fight Promoter,
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WE CONFESS


We admit it fradly the Merchants Bank waats yoeur bumkess. But we ale.
can assure you that in return, for your buuiess, this bali net oly uers a r
which we believe almost perfect, bat aUeWiaed security for every delar e hrud.
ed to our care.
In cold, -"-s,,uad Ehures. here is our guarantee to every depositor regard-
less of the amount he may have is this bankh.


Capital


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Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders Liability


$250-000.


S$100,000.00
50,000.00


100,000.00

Total, $250,000.00


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any possible loss.
We repeat: This bank wants your business.


Merchants Bank


(Branch of Volusia County Bank)


A. D. McBRIDE, President
J. B. CONRAD, Vice-Presideut
F. N. CONRAD. Cuashier


Daytona, Florida


Eddie Graney, mentioned as possible
referee of the coming Jeff ries-Johnson a
fight. is known throughout the country U M S 0
as a fight promoter. He was an un- t l
successful bidder for the big bout. 0 0
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Library Tables
Frank B. Kellogg. Li ar ocTersl

Famous "Trust Buster" May Enter Hai Ras and Clocks
tY Senate. Hall Racks and Clocks
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THE STANDARD COMIC OPERA

"FRA DIAVOLO"

Wednesday Matinee
"THE ROYAL PRINCE"


Wednesday Evening
'OLIVETTE"


Seats o Sale at Hankins'
Drug Store.

Dance every Tuesday nitbt.



"INDIAN RIVER" ORANGES
To* are invited to visit my groves,
and up-to-date Packing Hmuse, and
see the k--Oso-est b-nuit and how it is
kandied. Your orders solicited
Special attention ghren to fillin orders
by tke box for shipment.
MUNROE GROVES,
George H. Munroe.


I Rev. S. F. Millikan, of Chicago, will
preach at the First Congregational
Church at the 11:30 service, Sunday
morning.

Automobiles stored at reasonable
rates. Saratoga Inn Garage. d-Fbl-tf

S RobertSperry, who has been con-
Rev. C. K. KtchBam, of Hastngs1fined to his home with a fractured
was In the city between train Thusi,! bone,account of which was given in
y. aferigwth hi. ditric sthe Daily News at the time of the
day, emeerrig with his district su-e accident, is so far recovered under
PerindentRev.erman G. Porter.i medical care that he will be in school
DW *oii again on Monday.
-Phone 28 will call for your clean-againon onday.
iag aad pressing. 0. S. Burnett. tf'
SSam Lucas, a large farm holder, of
W. L. Reynolds, who has been vis- Washington, Ind., who spent a week
ting with his family on Firt avenue or more looking about the city, has


since the forepart of the week, re-
turned to Jacksonville Thursday af-
ternoon.

*Don't forget the ball game, Wed-
eeday, Feb. 9. Daytona %s. Rollins
d-1-6t

ev. Wm. Stones and wife. who hav%3
been visiting with their son. Fred
Stones and family, (on UBellevUe a\-


gone to St. Augustine for a few days
before returning north Mr. Lucas
was very much pleased with Dayto-
na, and it is probable that he will
establish a winter home h-rt-.

DON'T FORGET -
Saturday Candy at Young's Phar-
macy at 29zts. a pound. 28-2t


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":ft; 9 :42 tuw.Ow whu te issm w~.Norther o
day doae IOIfth
T3It WEATHER.
Fair an.-a~ d"N ;SW atorday,9 .sinan etage cen cter at aht
fair -am e G~be Inebowo woorthtra--i.Aj
of so 08h Uno wU pm- to 'sAft So- 4
umI owf; stWbft


T* k ARt Yo Kin gives his ta-
O lectuM, "All the World's a
Btage," at the Baptist Church at 8:00
O'clock.

Among the sales recently made by
!the Atlanta Motor Car Co., of this
City. is that of a 20 horse power
jHudson roadster to Cassius M. Car-
rier.

Gardiner C. Voorhees, of New York,
who arrived here Wednesday noon on.
a visit to his mother, Mrs. C. C. Voor-,
hees, enroute to New Orleans, left:
Thursday on the northbound for New i
Orleans by way of Jacksonville.

*A Welch 6-cylinder, 7-passenger
touring car for rent. Phone 112, Sar-
, atoga Inn Garage, George W. P. Des-
jardines. 25-tf

J. E. 0. Pridmore, who with Mrs.
Pridmore, has been spending the
season at the Islington, returned Sun-
day evening from a brief business
trip to Chicago and Duluth. He wa.I
accompanied on the return by his
brother and brother-in-law, W. A. Prid-
more and Z. E. Martin, both of Chi-
cago.


The meeting of th_ A.r:.-t.Qn
WVoman's League. htld at ef Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Waldr,. t.1
Rldgewood avenue, Thursday It--
nrooa, was well a t t.-::Td, '>-
t'rable btusir-es: ;:':_-.t;-^ '^ -d d... :: :;^ h--
S'-ss on. I t- a'--.f o; M '. C
H. Abbott, ,r-'.de:-:. "-. L.:=:I:; S.-
\ens prt---i d.

J. W. Br..y: ou, a I):o i::.t bank-
cr of Poland. N. Y., ... .ed in Day-
Luna Thursda. c e:.,:.. on his first
S.s.t (> Fio:id.. 'Mr. Brayton and F.
N. Conrad rou-ned together whiie at-
tending college seven een years ago,
but had not seen each other since.
Mr. Conrad was busy today showing
Mr. Brayton a few of the many
sights around Daytona.


Through courtesy of the Pala, dto
'-lub the Lad'e Missionary Society
of the Congregational church will give
an evening's entertainment at the
Club house this evening at half past
seven o'clock. Sixty-five slides show-
ing life and scenes in India will be
thrown on the screen. The entertain-
ment is free and the public is invited
to fill the hall. An offering will be
taken to defray expenses and he!p
along the mission cause

In the province of Seawind, they
smiled at the caper, of printing that
skit of frivolous vapor, concerning
s.cietys remarkable plan, of invit-
ing the coat, instead of the man
And whoever wrote it. they are
willing to grant, was affected by hav-
ing a wardrobe so scant. So the gos-
sips were swift to make declarat-.n,
that they knew NvLo had d.'.!orCd h.s


Miss May Milburn was the gues of
Mrs. W. W. Carter, of Yathu ave-
nue yesterday. returning to Port Or-
ange by the evening train.

Little Elizabeth Maley, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J .D. Maley,'had one of
her flnxers badly crushed while clean-
Ing her bicycle this mourning. While
she was wiping off the chain her fin-
ger in some way caught between the
sprocket and thee hamin ;the wheel
revolving, pinched her finger sever-


John Y. Detwiler is in the city
from New Smyrna with a p&rty of
ladies and gentlemen, who are located
with him for the season. Mr. Det-
wiler came up yesterday with Dr.
Haggatt, of French Lick Springs, Ind,
in the Doctor's launch, while other
members of the party came up by
train. The latter included a Mr.
Ellis and family and Miss Bundy and
Mrs. Hemmfng. of Janesville, Wis.


Mrs. E. R. Thurman and little
daughter, Virginia, and nurse, arrived
Thursday night from Chicago, Ill.. to
be for the balance of the season
v.ith Mrs. Thurman's mother and


brother, Mrs. E. R. Carswell and Wm.,
Carswell, on North Beach street. Mrs
Thurman is also accompanied by her'
f'->,nd, Mrs. Win. ('utler. rf Evanston.
I1.,. They '.i1l occupy the Carswell
residence corn:-er of Beach tree-t and
- s.
F st avenu d r:' T.--: y.

ALLEN'S BIG MINSTRELS
ARRIVE HERE TODAY
.lien' ,i~n.re!s are here an-d have
spread their b:.- t-nted ttetre w-st
of railway station. The show is said
to be one of the bs: minstrel orar.-
izations of its kind and a large crowd
will undoubtedly greet them this ev-
ing by the inclement weather. The
parade this afternoon was good.

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CONFERENCE AT ORLANDO
SMrs. C. E. Gardiner and Miss M. E.
De Voy, who made the trip to Orlan-
do to attend the State D. A. R. con-
ference, were accompanied on their
return by Miss Kathryn Thorpe, re-
gent of the local chapter, *and Mrs.
Glenn C. Frissell, regent of the Ever-i
glade Chapter, of Miami.
Miss Thorpe went to Orlando by.
Strain in order to be present at the!
!fkrst session, as she was to give the
Response to the opening address. Mrs.
Frissell remained here until today in.
order to attend the meeting of the
Palmetto club yesterday afternoon. L.
F. Steere, in whose car they journey-
ed, made an exceptionally speedy trip,
mnuh enjoyed by all the party.


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OATS SOUTHWARD I
BOATS venience at ALLE
Five Hundred Fert of Frt- Iock. Free- Wat.-r. H
Groverli*' at City Price-., Launch Supplis. wi
STOP OVKa and KI-JOY th*- FI.1HIYG. W e an b
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We want to start some bright am-
bitious young man in a good paying
legitimate business in Daytona. A
smail first payment required, balance
from profits. References required.
Modern Methods Co.. Orlando, F13.
4-31A

CAPITAL Of N{ICARAGUA


IN A STATE Of PANIC.


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INSURGENT FORCES UNDER ES- week; .0opW,


TRADA NOW APPROACHING THI


MENild


CITY OF MANAGUA.
W-it Ead Cets&m
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4-The city of
Managua is in a state of panic over C0-O-^
the approach of the insurgent forces
Lnder Estrada according to advices, CoU
received by the State Department to- -t
day. Can't C
It is reported that Estrada has ta-
ken the town of Boaca after two *
hours of fighting, and that Madriz OB 08
forces have been routed. This is only TI
sixty miles from Managua.
The insurgent forces are expected
to close in on the capital soon.
Daytona-.
DEATH OF A WINTER LauaJ
VISITOR THURSDAY.
Chr:stian E.:e, of St. Louis.ded 'n :f
Thursday afternoon on Palmetto A.e. .
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koch and farm- _


.ily l:t with the body L'a :n- at.-
L..n train fur St. Lou.A. \v2p-r. aL

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