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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 5, 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: VID00424
Source Institution: University of Florida
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SRARY 5. 1910


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WasJ GOODS AT

Wto trTO You Right.
SoTw Jeweers.
IL ROWE & CO.


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We say again to the


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Mkjiiu come in and be


AT convincT d that we have te oly safe Gasoline
Lit%___ o Stove made.

ALL NIGHT WITHOUT I


the atekI annooced in yesterday's Daily News
---e--'as umising, was found in an almost
a c*i miraculo]us manner by his nephew, J.
9Me* be- F. 6agrles. last evening.
which An stated yesterday, thie. old gentle-
is am- man who is spet"ing the winter with
of the his aphew, J. F. Searles, and wife,
B ic th in the Van Dorn cottage on West Vo-
irtrmm- hisla avenue, started out for a walk
triaL,about nine o'clock Thursday morning,
SVbn first saying he was going to the ocean
b w i- g beJLach. Mrs. Searles asked him if
Is look- he would be back to dinner and he
ai ft l a replied that he would probably not
it Irobly return until evening.
I When he did not get back by dark
Vi- -drm they grew anxious about him and Mr.
._wV the Searies started out to look for him.
B mal, The only definite information he
le mauiming' obtained was from the toll keeper of
1-- bwadit the South Bridge, who said the old
B" eoulld- entle"men had passed there at about
hish baa ten o'clock on his way to the beach,
Sbcgan shoot- 'Lut had not returned.
SA colored man thought hlie had seen
Mt instant him on Keating's pier later in the
I < and possibly this may be so, and
H^ oward, that on returning he passed the en-
also shot trance, from the beach, to Halifax
L lowingg. venue, and continued south.
iBramhd froal The lost man himself says he could
l his es- not find the road across the penin-
Se had sula when he started home, and af-
Ot f the ter walking for some distance he
p omomand- became tired out and very thirsty.
4 the point Hle walked into the ocean and drank
S the street heartily of the salt water, getting
&&o bwff u r, wet to the waist In so doing,.
i1apable; He then made his way up the bank
frO and some distance into the scrub
ttogh'palmetto and lay down to rest and
Sslept, it then being just about dark.
.L er hbank a, He remember being awakened by the


0 40dk a"d mild delirium from the exposure and
S Mk i ode1sat water he had taken and did not
M- of New realimse anything very clearly. He re-
i W 4-. An members of being fearful of meeting
-- 0b0o with rattlesnakes, but he had lost
I db t Uime his stick and concluded he would have
7t e fit in to take his chances with the reptiles.
their His nephew says that when he
6f d b @ly I found him he looked like a wild man
* SOW peWil o a from Borneo, being soaking wet, cov-
i-/ ered with sand, his face bleeding
0 901100 stood from cuts he had received on the
I-d the sharp edges of the saw pelmettos and
. Imaa-dlng his mouth covered with froth or foam
b1W the police from the sea water he. had drank.
!1 akea poison The manner of his finding was


Gruber-Morris Hardware Company
"1 yo7 dM 't trade & wi" we lSie iomey."


I


CLAIENNN ROPOSIiON


NOW NEARLY FINANCED.


BUT $12,000 WORTH OF SEVEN
PER CENT. BONDS YET TO BE


SOLD.


Whether the Clarendon will be re-
built now depends on the people who
live and sojourn in this community.
The proposition has been financed
with the exception of $12,000 of seven
per cent. bonds which are yet to be
sold. This looks easy, but it isn't.


P m iML FEATURES Of


PtOPSED NEW ARMY BILL


WILL PROVIDE FOR SIX


NEW


REGIMENTS A YEAR AND OTH-
E R CHANGES.
V4 ASHINGTON, Feb. 5-The United
P; is able to give today the prin-
cipl features of the forthcoming
reorganization. Changes will be pre-
sented to Congress in a special bill,
accompanied presidential message
It will recommend five new regiments


SHOW OPENS.


$100,000 SPENT ON DECORATIONS
ALONE 250 MANUFACTURERS
ARE REPRESENTED IN THE


DISPLAY.


CHICAGO, Feb. 5-Chicago's ninth
annual automobile show, representing
the results of months of hard work on
the part of manufacturers and deal-
ers and the expenditure of nearly
$100,000 in decorations alone, was op-
ened to the public today, to remain
the center of interest for automobile
enthusiasts during the whole of the
coming week.
The Coliseum. the Coliseum Annex
and the First Regiment Armory house
the show, which comprises the most
ii:agiiiicent exhidition of automobiles
and assessories ever assembled here.


All the wealthy men who feel like a year, doing away with various small; The show is the only large exhibition
investing in large amounts have al- departments and the concentration o0. to be held in America this season in
ready done so and it now remains the army in the zones, and the htich manufacturers of licensed and
to dispose of the balance of the training of the national guard with i:-dependeat cars display their pro-
bonds in small blocks and it's time the regular army. The report se- ducts under the same roofs. Two
for those who want to see The Clar- verely censures the present system, l.und4ed and fifty manufacturers are
(ndon rebuilt to take notice, eI)resefnted in tiih display of motor
ARMY MEN OFF cao's, itoortcy.i'es. parts and accesso-
SEXTUPLE MURDERER FOR THE PHILIPPINES. "S
NEARS HI IThe decorative scheme adopted this
*NEARS HIS END. S N FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 5 year is as unique as it is pleasing.
RICHMOND, Va., Feb. 5-Unless f 'tee nineteenth Infantry, together The Coliseum, which is the main ex-
another reprieve is granted, which is with a large number of other military hitiion hail, has a forest setting


BATTLE


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SREVOLUTiONII
S THE CITY 0
WILL PROBA
FORE NIGHT.
BLUEFIELDS
Dreldiug t:t ,
Nicart;'iguaii evc,
today in Mana8
administration a
ing back thougI
ly since the rev
advance from A
ionists are now
from the capital
they have been i
ever since the a
expected that th
gua this afternoon


NEW TARIFF BI

BY GE

GRANTS CONVI
TO THE UNIT
TURN FOR
MUM.
BERLIN, Feb.
the new tariff a
f'nited States w


TOEAY


PTAL Of


CItAA6lA.

ITS ADVANCING ON
)F MANAGUA AND
kBLY ARRIVE Ba.


, Nicaragua, Feb. -
ie great ba' 1-h f t o
lution may be foti ti
ua, the capital, the
irmy has been tall
i fighting desperate-
volutionists began ta"
Lcoypa. The revol-
Sbut twenty ml-f
and reports say tha
successful in fighting
advance begun. It In
iey will reach Mana-
)n.


ILL PASSED


MAN REICHSTAL

ENTIONAL TARIFF
ED STATES IN RE-
AMERICAN MINI-


5-A bill embodyl
rras passed bywit'
'as passed by UR


considered unlikely, tomorrow will be passengers, sailed for Manilla today. -itli giant pine trees and a wealth Reichstag today. The bill grants the
the last Sunday on earth for How- cn the transport, Sheridan. -,, ii;,(- ; t'oia. "ile c L ..., olvenltioual tariff to the United
ard Little, who was convicted of the eurn Annex has been fitted out as a! States in return for the American
murder of the Justis family in Buch- OBSERVE MOODY'S BIRTHDAY rose garden, while a rustic atmosphere minimum.
anan county last September. The AT NORTHFIELD, MASS. ias been provided for the First Reg-
sextupple murderer is to be put to iment Armony. FIFTEEN PRETTY GIRLS
sextpplemurdrer s tobe pt to NORTHFIELD, Mass., f~etb.
death in the electric chair in the S TUESDAY
State prison here on Friday."Founders' Day," the anniversary o ALLEN'S MINSTREL SHOW WILL SING TUESDAY
the birth of Dwight L. Moody, the The fifteen chorus girls with tje
5,000 MEN WORKING 'ianous evangelist, will be observed' DREW LARGE CROWD. Manhattan Opera Company which will
N STREETS O PARIS y the faculty an hundreds of stu-' A. G. Allen's minstrels gave an sing "Fra Diavolo," at the opera
NSTRET O A ients of the Moody schools. Memorial excellent performance here last night house on Tuesday night, February 8
PARIS, Feb. 5-The total fall of exercises will be held tomorrow in their big tent pitched on the show are said to be the prettiest girls tha
the Seine today is 10 feet, 6 inches. in Moody Memorial church, grounds Just west of the depot, have appeared in the South this sam-
While hundreds of basements are The popularity of this minstrel son with a musical show. The Ma-
tilled with water, the streets are prac LOCATION OF BIG FIGHT troupe was shown by the fact that hattans always did carry a good coi-.
tically free. Five thousand men are DEFINITELY DECIDED ON notwithstanding the chilly atmosphere pany and according to the Jackson-
working on the streets and sewers. SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 5-The Jef- without, there was no frost in the ville Times-Union the Manhattans of
The loss in Paris is now estimated fries-Johnson fight will positi. ely be tent, the performance being well pat- 1910 are better than ever. It maa
by the government officials at $ ,- h iel ronized by an appreciative audience, been a long time since Daytona has
held here according to a telegram
000,000. In other parts of France from Jack Gleason, from Missoula, No doubt the tent would have been heard a company ot the calibre of
$70,000,000 loss has been sustained, Monaa t y : a.over crowded had better weather pre- the Manhattans and credit for bring-
and the interruption of business will lH saysRkard has a.u vailed this excellent company here be.
bring the total far above these fig- Alpui in ilen's Minstrels have showed here longs to Messrs. Snead and Weit.
the plan and will meet him Monday: .., ..
ures.. he plan and will meet him Mondayseveral previous seasons and always It is expected that the patrons of the
ures.,to complete arrangements.
Sto good crowds, the big canvas the- theatre will rally to the support of
DISTRICT ATTORNEY WILL WRIGHT BROTHERS ARE ater being filled to its utmost capac- the theatre management and through
PROTECT COURT VICTIMS. ity. their patronage of the opera prove to
NOT RIGHT AFTER ALL the theatre management that their
NEW YORK, Feb. 5-District At-
torney Whitman, of this city, has es- WASHINGTON, Feb. 5-Answering HOBBLING ON CRUTCHES efforts to give the Daytona people
tablished the novelty of having his the suit for infringement of patent- AT NEW ORLEANS. something good are appreciated. No
tablished the novelty of having S brought by the Wright Brothers '' > O A r company ever received the flattering
office act as attorneys for the defense! NEW ORLE.\NS, Feb. 5-Six races "
a, well asp t ps tn n l, owr -a notces rom tho Soutthern press as
as well as the prosecution. and will!against Ralph Saulnier, owner ranging in distance from five to twen- hayf th Manhati n fl, rh.':. ,


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As aw ruins Of the Old Span.
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of New Smyna. A good
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nmimnLI and
HODOES
PROPRIETORS



6AL1ECATH
SHigh Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA I


BELL'S
While at
New Smyrna
LUNCH

BELL'S


L C. CIIISHiOLN
Tonsorial Parlor
Oldest stand in town
NzW SMYRNA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
Removed Without
Pain
8ANITARY BATHS

PURA

ICE CREAM

Cold Drinks

The Dsst of Every.
1bifl InOi r nae


New Smyrna
isthe Phme



Ma.B. MOZLLR
Propriteuoea
Meals for Transients
a Specialty
NKW 6MYRNA
FLORIDA


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Pleasant' ., ..
On(n r-.. .-
ORMOND, FL..
Frank Mason, ,
Rates: 1f.00 nind f,.'.
per day; S to
$15.00 per wzwk


JAS. CARNELL
ORMOND, FLA.
Manufacturer of
Pure Home-Made

6UAVA JELLY
MARMALADES AND
TROPICAL
PR SeRVES
Spedi Atteut]" to
F--y ewrs
NN3WUSm1AWAU A~W
Psn American Ex-
_posltion-Buffalo
Wpst India Expoui-
t ion-Charlmton
Louisiana Purchase
Ex position, F.t.. louis


E. C. TOTMAN
ORMOND, FLA.
Fine Groceries
Vegetables Fruits
Fult and 8moked
MEFATS


MOUIJD9ROVE
ORANGES
and
Grapefruit -
Best Grown
Grov- on 9t. Augus-
tine Aulomotlile'
Ro: d 10) Mil.s
North of
HOTEL ORMOND
Beed, Knox and
Beed Company
D T LOW Poqtofflce


mOtoD is fie nail" oI"leofi
latom, loat.I oa the w tu
heak o4 theaKH Rive. Thel40
dtim of the twm permits of 0ood
d-iaa d perct smatiom; the
ele i i; a~peA ad da for-:
winter homes. 4 wide bridge con.
Seds brmoad With Ormond Beach.!
a=7y ime a- ce ae. dam=ai" .
tained on either side of the river,
most of them belial with sub.
tropical ora and shrbbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees.
The town is very cosmopolitan,.
has an excellent graded school, sev-I
eral churches, a fine public library,i
up-to-date places of business and
-omfortable and convenient hotels
4.d hoardin g houses, .
C-m and has many of the Florida!
att, -lions---fine fruit, good fishing,
Excellent automobiling, safe boating,
salubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
SAt 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
Sthe broad Atlantic.
The walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
Sbors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
Rustic seats which are mute invita-
tions to enter into the enjoyment
thereof.
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-
riage or automobile-long drives and
short drives; drives through groves
of golden oranges; drives through
dense tropical forests to Spanish
ruins; drives to the ancient Cause-
way built by the slaves of planters
of long 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 tnteftsting planta-
tions is Number Nine, located on the
peninsula, five miles north of the
i Hotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
orange grove, together with great va-
rieties of other sub-tropical fruits
and flowers.
Five miles further on you come to
Moundgrove, one of the finest orange
groves in this section of Florida.
Mounderove 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.
PATTAPIC AND ROOMS TO LET-
i.11IIAIlrN Furnished; Modern Im-
vWlinVE < provements; on River
SFront or Side Streets. Rents Reasonable.
SWrito to W. F. c'OLBY at Ormond.


ICAL Ira5O
029 'TO


IF nN ANY WAY Cp~ us
IN PIMOPERTY IN "BI~
ORM019D 019 A. ixMsm
ORMOND UZACH IX-TL TIl


He Will Give Your
Business Prompt
Attention


MILKED LowE
(Formerly Mildred
Vifla
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
South


One of
Groves
County


v'S.
WEI


Half Mile
of Ormond


the Finest
in Volusia


ITORS
COME


THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

"NUMBER NINE"
Their Reputation
is Established. No
Comment is Reall-
Necessary.


I PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
(Inc.)
OWN8R o the BBST
River Front
PROPERTY
IN PORT ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands
See...
E. F. OATES. Sec.,
Dyeona, or
W. C. OWES, 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


PORT ORANGE
BEACH

Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
Convenient to Auto-
mobile Raee Courst
and Bridge.
Apply to
WM. C. HOWES
Agte nt
Port Orange, Fli.


he Preldeut
S. A. WOOD
___ 0- ler _

G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Dmgs, st.ticm .
Huyler's Candies,
Kodak*, Ciga,
DuLAND, FLA.


J. V. PERKINsI


Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


Will Practice in
State and
Federal
Courts

DzLAND, FLA.


LANIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practicing ln all
SState and Fderal
Oourts
Special facilities for
investigating and
perfecting titles
DLAND, FLA.


STEWVART & BLY
Isaac A. Stewart
Egtord Bly
Mary Stewart
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Public
DxLAND. FLA.


"FOUNTAIN'S"
DsLAND, FLA.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
GROVES
TIMBER or
TRUCK
LAND
Send for Bargain
Sheet to


VOLIJSIA
COUNTY


B~U1~FLA.


Manufacturers


DELAND, O w.00 0"t of
Volusia Cinty,
tis ittd 23 mile msouthwet of

*W CUy by au ezslh
fel rettUy o l ,
At DLMand is kated n Jo" IL
Sloboa Univerity e of the m
ag edacatiomal srtitutiem of a*
South. Beene of te inter-st ain
matters educational DeLad is known
as "The Ahn of Florida."
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and instructorse. There
re over $400000 in building and
equipment; nearly $30,000 endow-
ment; a Carnegie Library alone p-
resenting an investment in building
endowment and books, of more than
$1206000. The library is the United
States Coteumient depository for the
State of Florida, and contained over
15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one
of the newest of 16 buildings, with
its furnishings, represents an outlay
of $60,00. lirabeth 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&utry
adjacent. nr T nd proper is five
miles east of the St. Johns River, on
the high, rolling pine land of the
great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.
The predominating products are
oranges and grapefruit, the estimated
crop from this vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches, pears, Japan persimmotos,
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-
4ic 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 autnmobile- go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
marl roads; theSt. Johns is crossed by
ferry near Osteen and cars can then
continue to Sanford and Orlando by
bard 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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MOULDINGS
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lbIDorado Pbe
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DRUGGISTS
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DKILAND, FLA.


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J.A.
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Largest Stok a
Pianos Oganr&=ad
Sewing Machim
South of J3ae\>nvt
DaILAND, FLA.

Florida Wago
Works and
Machine Shopa
SY0IT HODGK1u%
DULA D, FLA.
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!-' : 0-lKNCllla IN MANILA.
3Ai1LL4F. eb. "-A great carnmilval
30 Gf _1 ttval Wa com-
isa eafa today" and will be
F !i6 BtM ol Iof ts kind ever held in


iU Y EARS SINCE MEXICAN
CONSTITUTION PROCLAIMED
(T TY OF MEXICO, Feb. 5-Patri-
W i Mxicans all over the Republic
aft eebra today the fifty-third
mlaaulerary of the proclamation of the'
6 1muitution of Mexico.

OA.R. PILGRIMAGE
TO THE HOLY LAND
NEW YORK, Feb. f-Europe, Egypt
^ WtA the Holy Land will be visited by
a- wre party of Daughters of the
!-t_ *. Af a Revolution who sailed today j
4aI' I thie Grower Kurfuerst.

I.. NEW MAJOR FOR
,- SECOND BATTALION
S Cptain Sam J. Wolf, of Key West,
has. been. commissioned major in the
ForWda State Troops, ana assigned
.i- -t'the commenA of the Second Bat-!
S talIou, second Infantry, to succeed
Major J. D. C. Morris, of this city,
who some time ago resigned.


The family Pair.
Te Wriggly tilllness of the study
dd was broken by a slamming door.
-M a thit boy tIn dirty, ragged clothes
iC. h- aro the room. Halfway to
S0- mhacbmOs dek hbe drawled. "Pa
b thatO yo hould let Jim go borne
WS mw." A MMin Davis looked a
INI d -ubtfOl. be added. "He kin come
M& right away.'
'f. The pwmbis given, the two badly
S .B. balf htaruved aons of the most
:bNM" ftulmly In the district shuffled
Ow" the stala. Very abortly Jim re-
-* Maed. wearing a pleased and Impor-
at Omile oM hi pathetic little face.
I eoe aa n ooo' I could. Pa's
bMtb* dyltn* to Poplar." be innounc-
I cheerfulMy. Tbart why pa wanted
S "But yoM weret gone long; you
t*t G'tayb homne. I meant see why you
W t at all." answered the bewildered
NMIa Dav.
-Why, pa'0 geo',"- explained Jim.
Ye, but what baa that to do with
iour asked the teacher.
"Pa had to have bis suspenders."
Was Jim'a matter of fact reply.-Ex-
ebante.


Allen Holten in "Ingomar"


Dont' fail to secure seats for this Interesting entertainment, which will
be given next Monday evening at the Daytona Opera House. Tickets can
be had at Peck-Hendricks Dry Goodss House, W. H. Gardiner's Art Store,
or at the Comfort Shop. for 50 cents, exchangable zt Hankins O.ug c'.,rc
for seats without further charge.
Mr. Holton is the best inpersonator of character in this country.
The entertainment is for the benefit of the D. A. R. and the Eastern


Star-proceeds to be devoted


A CHALLENGE.
We, the undersigned members of
the Seabreeze High School, challenge
the Daytona and Kingston schools
to a track and field meet to be held
on the beach, February 18 and 19,
1910. Judges can be from each town,
Spaulding rules.
Seabreeze High School Team,
HA.HN CAMERON,
KIRBY SMITH,
CLARENCE ROSE,
BERNARD SCHMIDT.

MUNICIPAL EMPLOYES
TO HOLD CONVENTION
BOSTON, Feb. 5-The National
Federation of State, City and Town
Employes' Union will hcld its semi-
annual convention tomorrow at Lynn.


to charity.


GOVERNMENT TO iNVESTIGATE


LOST SHIP, KENTUCKY


NEW YORK, Feb. 5-While the Bal
lory liner, Alamo, is speeding down
the Florida coast to Key West with
47 members of the crew of the Alas-
ka Pacific company's steamer, Ken-
tucky, rescued last night off the Car-
olina coast from the sinking ship,
government officials are preparing to
begin an official investigation of the
clearance papers of the lost vessel.
That the Kentucky was unfit toi
start on a 20,000 mile voyage from
New York to Seattle is the contention
of shipping circles here today. Se-
rious consequences are expected for
those responsible.


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netored s aeCond-el= mawte De-
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ytoa, Florida, under the Avt of
March 5, 171. _





Heart to Heart


Talks.
By EDWIN A. NYE.

iAhV JLE ORPHANS.
Not liig ;ig ; (lie iile eleVeD-year-
old dztu&ii- eil viiiamu iv. Vaioerbilt
Jr.. ll'nii i,.-l :i iii
'The tia1'utie uia sucih that for a
tilte t n;.;i1; .. i143 1: tse i- e ii-t' i -sit s. tr3
The liatli 'i,;,e .-itlTs-r t.I very muclhai and
cried ti t r Irit'lri pala. I, lit sih lte IN
very rutitl.
UOi ;VC't1'll.tl father '. ihi Is. ; I' t ':. .<1. w Uic
S Uf tle l't'ltd i t1 ,.ilit- I L
arui a i !t" :*i.t 1 G;l..:, ;1 i &tlfi.r.
"'lie i.ri; ': ['i is v :izl'iihig )'OI U
thr(iur!l iiie t :t ii '
That \;.a> n;>. .
A nd i,,-t,l (-I'l l 1 :'1: it .. t( U IhC
llttl* Sill Pl lt'i ;l.- .. !, i ^f t -il.
l j ittle ,* .: -; :,. :'i'i l i i l):,pu p i
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usnllill\ !., ;,,;, ,i l.< ;'iy. l'aul
com(i sits : ; : '.; ':i; i.-i IJt'vart4s.
W lo'Ill I t tlt'" i gll t .l, Vt:;ii!. tl "I'tlln -
pr'eil ~i iii \ -;;ir,; ;i. i ;i~i l;I.,. t -ii their
playiii:!'s ;I,., ".\{ ; ) i ;1 Iliauniil i
is in -h i 'i ..' w i; it l i ti i r di-
VOrCe oi'l.h;;k,.s ,'.y
There is li.tle- .\ t. e' A_ ;or.
She is ti. baibIy (l4if-iiittr eof (olonel
and Mrs. .Jlhu .Javi.l A.stor, r. .eutly
divorced. "'1he dietv' glevs the father
pOSSessution f the son ut ad the mother
of Alice.
Alice will have beautiful clutbet and
all the luxuries, but cau any new papa
ever take the place of her real papa?
Is It uot really sadder to know that
one's father or mother is living and
not to know where thau to loie that
loved one by death uor to know where
the parent lives and be denied ono-
panionship?
Poor little lads and lassles!
There are asylums built for the or-
phans left helpless by death. Shall
there be asylums built for the more
unfortunate?
Poor divorce orphans!
Their fate Is both pathetically sad
and Irremediably hopeless.
Defined.
Johnny Wise-Pa, what is a prosper
thve bridegroom? Mr. Wise--Well, my
son, a prospective bridegroom nowa-
days is a young man prospecting for
an heiress.- Punch.

Suffering.
Suffe.i.. overo.omes the mind'8 Iner-


tia, develops the thinking powers.
opens npw) n ew world and drives the
soul to ;i<-t;on.-Anthony D. Evans.


FFWEILSS FRI

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BuyiAg In His Note.
Colonel Bill was a pioneer legislator.
merchant and banker of the vest pock-
i et variety.
It was seldom that Colonel Bill got
caught by a debtor, so unerring was
his judgment of men. but his transac-
tion with old man Blaukerton was an
exception to the nile. Blankerton got
into Colonel Bill's ledger to the amount
of $60 and finally balanced the account
with a Dote.
When tih pailwr was a long time
overdue and there was no prospect of
a settlement. to the eminent dilgut of
the colonel, hie declared, with a strong
Anglo-S izon eiuplhnsls. that be would
sell Blnukertou's note for 50 cents on
the dollar. The sttpmenmt was not
long reaching the ears of the maker
of the note. He ment the colonel Io toe
village street one day and accosted
him:
"Bill. heard yon'd offered to sell my
note for WI (-eutb on the dollar."
"Yes; I will."
-Will you sell It to me at that rate'
"Yes, sir: I'll sell it to you at that
rate."
"All right, Bill; make out a new
note."
Colonel BUrs symptoms of apoplexy
became noticeable from that moment.
-Chicago Record-HeraId.
Knew What Was Wanta.
Miserly-So that woman doctor
charged you $2 a %i.it. Well, what did
shbe y? His Wife-Said I stayed In-
doorrtoo much. Here's her prescrlp-
tlon. Miserly (reading It)-"For exter-
nal use only. One nice walking dress;
one new hat; one pair of gloves to
match. Apply every afternoon between
3 and 5."-Boston Transcript.
Man's chief wisdom consists in know-
ing his follies.-Rochefoucajaj. -


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Ptd Hoaoyd, Proprietors
IflTONA FLORIDA
IHmd proVwed Since Last Season.
11 Gromnds-Located on River Front


I t e THE BRISTOL, Asbry Park, N. J.

ttion leaves Prince George dock for
emry Tuesday morning at 8:00 o'clock.


SHAMILTON


New and First-Class.


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Electric Bells


Prop's and Mgrs.


PINES


host point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
bMis e 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele- |
"'It, furnace heat private bath. New and
V MRS. L. a HISKY Proprietress.


SSEASIDE INN
OwD FURlSWHn COTTAGES
B Hom~ehlike and Comfortable. Directly on
Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
WORACE F. STEWART


FLORIDA.


EE IVY LANE INN"
m -rl tothe most particular people. Central locution.
i rle, ei than two blocks from the clubs, bank, post office.
WMi 0 and 16 0 per day-41i56. and higher per week.
Op. November to May.
Win. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.


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The Allen touring party, wbel hae
been at The Austin for a week, left
Tuesday morning on he Floridlan
for St. Augustine.
Mrs. William Nash, of Columbus,
Ohio, will ba a guest at The Despit"T
next week. Mrs. Nash is a cousin, of
Mrs. J. B. Downing.
Recent arrivals at The Austin In-
clude: J. B. Brother, Win. Wagner,
(Cnton, 0.; Z. J. Barrington, New
Swn. N. C.; Mrs. C. R. Hunn, Chica-
go; F. P. Gibson, Toledo; John '.
Harris,. Mrs. C. C. Royce, Escambla,
Mich.


Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jones, of
SAsbury Park, are guests of the Prince
George. Mr. Jones is the proprietor
of the Columbia Hotel at North As-
Sbury, one of the leading hotels of the
Jersey coast. He is also a big lumber
Dealer.
P
SYesterday's arrivals at The Des-,
Spland include: Frank C. Boyleston,!
i of the Seadoard Line, Jacksonville;!
SMr. and Mrs. C. J. Neare Cincinnati;
Mr an Mrs C. J. Ner, Cniati;
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Field, New
York City; C. H. Walterhouse, Hull,'
Mass.; Mrs. Chas. E. Daus, Evanston,
Illinois.

Yesterday's arrivals at The Ridge-
wood include: Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Harmon, Miss H. B. Harmon, Miss
C. Harmon, Lynn, Mass.; Mr. and
Mrs. 0. F. Humphrey, Mrs. Edwin 0.!
Strachley, St. Louis, Mo.; Miss E. J.
Kyle, Mliss A. C. Carson, Cincinnati;
Geo. K. Baker, Lancaster, Pa.

The guests of The Ridgewood were
entertained Wednesday evening withI
S) progressive 5(0 party. Four hand-
some prizes were awarded to those
holding highest score and the remain-
ing players each received a prize
from a grab bag which afforded great
amusement and all enjoyed a pleas-
ant evening.

Miss Belle Mc Cord, a season guest
at The Despland, gave a delightful
party Friday evening to -a
party of ten, guests at The Despland.
The two prizes were awarded to Mrs. I
Slatmeyer, of Cleveland, and L. M.
Waite, respectively Refreshments
were served at the hotel after the
game.


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A card party on Tuesday evening
was a pleasant social function of the
week enjoyed at The Austin. Eight
tables wer< set, and after the game
light refreshments were served. The
three ladies' prizes were won by
Mesdames Willie, Geo. Rappole, Ma-
brey. The gentlemen's prizes were
won by Messrs. Rappole, Moore and
Allen.

Yesterday was a busy one for the,
guests of the Prince George. Ia view!
of the poor weather the orchelstrai
ga e an extra (conceit in addition toj
the regular offerings. In the af-
ternoon a bridge and euchre was
held. Mrs. A. \V. Kirk won the
first prize at the bridge tables with
Mrs. A. \V. Gabeler second; gentle-
men's first prize went to Mr. Ham-
nett. Mrs. Prescott was the winner
at euchre with Mrs. DuBruel second.
The final of the gentlemen's pool
tournament was played off, D. E. Gil-
lingham, of Chicago, the scratch man,
winning first prize, after a very ex-


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Baron Uchida. :he new JaLpanese am-
bassador in VWashingt ni. rforinerlv rep-
resented the minikado at the court of
Austria-FH ungary.


Warren G. Harding.

Editor of Marion, 0., Who Is Will-
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Ridgewood


Property,


Worth at Lowest Estimate


$4,500


For


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Eight room house,


Warren G. Harding, editor of the
Marion (0.) Star, who has been active
In Republican politics for many years,
has announced his determination to
seek the party's nomination for gov-
ernor.
The Power of Snail3.
One day by way of experiment I
harnessed two common garden snails
to a toy gun carriage to see if they
could pull It along, says a writer In a
London Qa1azin(Ze. Although the gun
carriage was a heavy lead n one, the
snails pulled It so easily that I loaded
the body of the carriage with small
shot. The snails, however, were more
than equal to the task. Anxious to
test their powers still further. 1 at
tached a toy cannon (made of lead and
brass) behind the gun carriage, but the
snails and their additional load moved
on once again with the same apparent
ease. Out of curiosity I decided to
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and otherfruit trees


This place must be sold as owner

has made other investments and


wishes'to use the money.


This is one of many


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R.& idftbore wbuom the -ase or :he government against
obe wa brought in Chirago. is the jurist who
i bIbe In 1W0 by inpotoling a tine of $44.240.0O0 on the
T big floe Bas sintdi theu L t-n d"-Inr,-d illegal by it
lais has been judge of the L'ni;ed States district court
of Illinois rince Marn-h *. 1.JO.. Hte is an Ohio
SIndtanian by training and tsi a t.,r-.her of former Con
^B. Landix and Ftq-derit'k L:indi. -f Ilnd:.i:i. Judgee landis
A bar in 1891 and pr:etieed in iI ;-< from that tin,
|t te the federal beach save for twvo %ears when he wa.
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1 Daytona is known the
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Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stetson, of Phil-
adelphia made a short stay at Ormond
going to DeLand. They were a:com-
panied by Miss T. T. Potter, who will
remain at Ormond.

\V. .1. Bell. of Philadelphia, who is
connected with the houe of Wan:t-
maker, r< gistered at the hotel for a
brief stay.

Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. NV. Pettibone,
of Hannibal, Missouri, and Mr. and
WV. B. Petibone, of La Crosse, Wis-
consin, have reached Ormond for the
rest of the winter, after an interesting
trip through the South.

The games of base ball between
the hotel Ormond team and the Stet-
son boys resulted in evenly divided
honors, Ormond winning the first by
13 to 2, and Stetson the second by 6
to 3. The hotel guests wree much in-
terested in the sport.

A large party from New York has
been seeing the charms of Ormond
for the past week. The party include
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyson, Mrs. H.
H. Tyson, Mrs. C. W. Tyson, Miss E.
JH. Tysou and Master E. C. B. Tyson.
Mr. Tyson is the head of the well
known ticket agency in New York.


M. N. Kaufman and S. R. Kaufman,
cf Marquette and Detroit, Michigan,
left the Hotel Ormond this week for
a trip by automobile to ,ampa. They
made the 145 miles to .Kissimini'l be-
tween 9:3u and 3:00 o'clock. The,
roads were v.ery good, whici ;mi<,I(ed
hardly needs to be said with -uch
record speed as that. The pi ;'i 1 ',ill
return in a few days._

Mr. and Mrs. \V. "1. Ja(k:.-.:. of
London, England, ,re iikn :8 ki..,rl
stay in Ormond.

Mrs. 1. C. Irons, Mrs. Albrt (-od-
rich and Mrs. Earl Gillispit' have
given-bridge parties this w,.ek.

"X4r_ 11*.7.,1 a -c: -n n nn 11 .-. 0, o- c t nr


WaUMMa0 OUtM qlllA
at a.3 otel for w w ,.

Mr. and -Mrs. J. w. Wagner, of
hiladephia are making their "firt
visit to Ormond and plan to stay a
imonth.

Mr. and Mrs. E. E Butler, of Mont-
clairp N. J., are again at The Ormond
for the season. They are old patrons
and have many friends here.

Mrs. P. Farrelly and Miss l abeth
Farrefy, of Morristown, N, J- have
Joined Miss M. K. and Mrs. 8. S. Far-
relly and will stay several weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Douglas, of
NOw York, motored down from Jack-
sonville and will stop at Ormond for
two weeks.

Mrs. E. W. Hyde and Mrs. F. B.
Hyde of Washington, D. C., are visit-
ing Ormond for the first time and
will stay two weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. William Alexander,
of New York, were at the hotel for
a day or two this week. Mr. Alexan-
der is the head of the Equitable Life
Insurance Company.

Mrs. Allen Ames, of Oswego, N. Y.,
and Mrs. L. H. Dewing, of Hartford,
Conn., are touring the East Coast and
will stop at Ormond for several
weeks.

A party from Massachusetts in-
cludes Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sanford, of
Worcester; Mrs. J. A. Dobbler, of
Manchester; Mrs. E. A. Hunt, of Am-
hurst; C. W. Smith, of Boston.


"*,vX ryes ror i wu.
The drawback of fancy names for
dishes is their tendency to 1be deficient
in pr'saic information. Would you
order "angels oi horseblack." for in-
stance, if you did not know what so rt
of thing it was? And to appeall to the
waiter to interpret is humlliatin,.. A
correspondent recalls his own fate In
the matter of "ochsenaugen" (ox eyes).
Having repeatedly seen them on the
menu among the pudding class during
a tour in Germany, he and his wife
eventually ordered them. "Two por-
tions?" asked the woman waiter. "Oh.
yes, two portions." It proved that two
portions of ox eyes meant six fried
eggs-as the final course of a hearty
meal. And, as the wife had the moral
courage to refuse to eat more than
one, the cowardly husband, unwilling
to give away that he had not known
what he was ordering, had to worry
down the five others.

A Startling Hat.
A lady's hat which would no doubt
create as great a sensation today as it
did at the time of its first appearance
In 1352 was that worn by Blanche do
Bourbon. queen of Castile, wife of
Peter the Cruel. It cost 35 and was
made in Paris. The hat itself was
composed of de chypre a:d relieved
with great pearls, garnmets and ell1nael
work. Children, carved in the whitst
of ivoryv, were depicted picking acorr1-;
of pearls from the oak aid scatterin;;
themll to thile swine lelBw. irds wrer
singing in the trees. a r,1 at the fi)t
were 1,bees stealing oIiley f:romn Itle
flov.wer-'' spring ingt il ul fro;) tbI' ,.,rdire.

Fresh Air For Sleeping.
A persn reiquir't twt' hr.Titly i
Inches of fresh air at a res'irti' n.
or (in an average of 400 per minute.
and in ten hours' shel) le h ci!isumlsq
130 cubic feet of air. The air of a i
bedroom ten feet sluar,. having its
doors and windows closed and occu-
pied by ione person, wulid become fiU-
lit for respiration in four hours. In
the case (if two occupants the time
would, of course, N' reduced to two


$250.000.


A Pure DrihWag


Water.

reco-


Highly


leaded by


- .1 *^ ^ f l p -*W -l c i f e
l a cave rC*.apI I-. pmaw
fc#d Sarnd in poonoenio tr fnj the exi. and a fvwises wer
thtu throw In. Thbe w. o reIt
at first. but a moe lar er stoImei
crashed In there came a faint bum-
ming and then a roar like the Ma un-
der the cliffs. In a moment the air
above the cave's entrance grem'w dark
with-beesn As one man sportsmen
and gun bearers fled for the camp. A
few were slightly stung before they
could reach their teats and pull the
flaps over theU- entraoce which the
bees tfaor some tim besieged. Incredi-
ble though It may sound. It Is tb truth
that, although the camp was full of na-
ttMe servants, horses. etc., none of
those who had remained behind 'and
were not cocerInd In, the attack on
the bees" cave were stung. It was a
considerable time before the bees beat
a retreat, but during all the time that-
they stayed In the camp it was the
tents of their aggressors exclusively
round which they angrily buzzned."

The Crab In the Whale's Ear.
When the whales were still frequent
along the lines of passenger travel
across the Atlantic nothing was more
common than to see the great beasts
hurling their bulk clean out of the
waves and, after a flight through the
air. falling back into the sea with an
enormous splash, a spectacle never
failing of Interest to the ocean tourist.
but not due to any sportive disposi-
tion on the part of the leviathan of the
deep-quite the contrary. The) breach-
ing of the wha!e is no fun for the
beast. It is a frantic effort to rid
himself of the torture of earache.
There is a marine crustacean which
pesters whals to the verge of endur-
ance. and there seems reason to be-
lieve that some whales have been driv-
en insane by these tiny parasites. It
is a crab of about the size of that
which is found in the oyster. When
it lodges on the whale it Infests the
Inner surface of the eyelids and the
ear. By swift rushes on the surface
the whale is able to clear its eyes. but
the (rab In the inner ear cannot be
dislodged by any such means.
id ..iPrC .. ".AP


Full stock Electric Irons, Colee Percolators, Tokte,

Griddles, Chan Dishes, Fans audammin Pads.


THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICEr aada


WATER COMPANY.


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WE CONFESS


We admit it frankly the Merchants Bank wants your business. But we als,
can assure you that in return for your busyes-, this bank not only offers a ervie
which we believe almost perfect, hut unquestioned security for every dollar ent rust-
ed to our care.
In cold, unassuming figures,: here is our guarantee to every depositor regard-
less of the amount he may have in this bank.


Capital


* a a 0 0


- $100,000.00
* 50,000.00


p 100,000.00

Total, $250,000.00


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


Merchants Bank


That amount stands between your deposit and


(Branch of Volusia County Bank)


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


Daytona, Florida


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Monday, Feb. T

Under the Auspices of the


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Admission 50c

Seats ow Sale at Hankins'
Drug Store.

Dauce every Tuesday niht.



"INDIAN RIVER" ORANGES
You are ui3ted to visit my troves,
ad up-to-date Packing House, and
see the k-'Aoo-ezt fruit and how it is
hauled. Your orders solicited
Special atteatio given to hilint orders
by the box for skipmeat.
MUNROE GROVES,
George H. Mumroe.


_! The Boys "Basket Ball Team pr,.--
ticed at the Armory P'd.v n. h*, ^. Vt _E/ B if tere was a there. prac6it a h.-
larity they put in aLA re.r t

"FOR SALE, cheap--Perfectlon"
cil beater and gasoline t-ove, used
-\ O only two weeks. Apply to Mr s.Moore,
Saturday and Sunday. corner Ridge-
'wood and Third avenues .-t
ev. Herm G. Porter spent Fri-
iat teBBnl OB ckmrch brlness. ..... ".,------
SIn u on church business. Prof. J. L. W right is expecting his

-Pn 28 wi for your clean. C R Wright, from Pittsburg.
S W pr I in& 0. S. Buett. tf Pa.,tonight, for a week or ten days'
Ing~'Ai with him. L it i;
Svisit with him. Mr. Wright is chief
M. H. P. Carty. a winter sojourn- clerk in the coal and coke transporta-
r. is assisting this week at the tLion department of the Baltimore &
Crk b-ok tore. Ohio Ry., at Pittsburg


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

Hewitt Edmondson went to Jack-
aoville yesterday afternoon, ex-
pecting to return today.

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


M~rs.Foster and daI12hi?;r-'W- \.. (r


*Sewing machines for rent by week
month at Singer Sewing Machine
'Co.'s store 107 N. Beach St. m&s-tf


Bishop W. C. Gray will
the services at S!. Marys
CtifrK., Sunday evenirn.
at 7. :9 o'clock. Anycn% -
(Q:.f,-r ".:zh tU re^t.'r. A.
i:: r-ra..-, tr .,f,, iar ".
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preside at
Episcopal
Feb. 13th
w:.shing to
J. Wilder,
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LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH 4 Rev. D. H. Batter now of P F
:42 today; 10:42 tomorrow write they awre ejoyin the A
weather. Rev. Mr. Ratter is I1
THE WEATHER. murt a spr retrial.
Fair tonight and Sunday. Front t r ... ,
night mact In xtrem mouth poar- *WANTKD, at once. a good,
tioin. LUght to moderate northwt dy maa to work at The Central Q
minds, ag .
! -T. H. Ellis, manager of the NJ
iddleto, sign painter. I land A -aeunt Company, is in
B H wa i city, making arrangements for
SB. F. Houg h was a New Smyrna appearance of that company in Da
visitor between trains today.na oa Feb. 14th, St. Valentine's d
b This is the company, a percentage
*WANTED-Coaster brake bicycle, whose receipts will go toward
cheap. d52t City Island Imporvement work.


The Sewing Circle of the Congre-
gational church met Friday afternoon.
It was decided to pt %chase a new
stove for the kitchen in view of the.
roast lamb supper which comes off:
February 10Th.

At the First Baptist church Rev.,
A. L Abercrombie will take for the'
Sunday morning theme, "Working
with God." and for the evening ser-
vice, "Greater than a Great Man.",
Rev. Abercrombie will also preach at
the Seabreeze Mission Church, at,
Seabreeze Sunday afternoon at 2: 30,,
following the Sunday School service. '

Mrs. Sarah L. Nash and daughter,
Miss W. E. Nash, arrived in company
with Mrs. Margaret Lauder and dauga
ter. Miss Margaret Lauder, from,
south h Norwalk last nigh:. Mrs. Nash
's a s:s.er- in-Iaw of C. Na.h, the
*-,ec^d arrival chf w: D.va.< N---
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Melton & Shear, owners of the
dredge, Kiondyke,, have a contract
for excavating a channel for Israel
i-Punam, at Ormond, and doing also
some filling behind the sea wall at hi
piace, which will consume probably
a week's time, Mr. Melton says. The
Kiondyke will be taken up to Ormond
the forepart of the week to commence
the work.
it
*Theladies of Daytona and viciniVty i
are cordially invited to attend Mrs.,
S. M. Ryan's Millinery Opening on
the Shell Boat, Friday and Saturday,
Feb. 4 and 5. d24t

Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Lewis arrivedA
yesterday from Fargo, N. D., andi
are occupying their winter home on
South Ridgewood avenue. They are.
on South Ridgewood avenue. They ar
Lauch later than usual In comng this '
seaso. Mr. Lthwn s saym. that al-s
cough -?o far p.ayst a Jan-
huarv was r a:har a pasa:- oa- atll
Far-, o.


The Cor~zrez-alon~a: I.'- : :,nary .-n-
.-.ra:i2entn g..v-.. a: ,h_ Pa'ne::..
fi Lb Lo_'.is ,:- t i;; -,h. 7,,-_ 7L'..I ":.::
joy*,d by :L>--. .n a.z.nda:.,:*. Th.ee
-er'e v,. Leaut::.f ,= s .-_reo~pti,.,t:;- .i-7 :
cf India displayed, wh.ch .w-ri rz.:'-
1;. ',d.catuonal in v:r-inx a fa:r !,-la
o : ,.,c' e ph a e c.f I:: :, -::e a."
r"- faa
E st. Dr. Marsh read the ,i&-.r..p::p -
as the pictures were thro-x.n or: ,ht-
- r.e.'-.. A sl.z- rc feri:-, *a. take-.
Mr. Condi: s-cured thes-e suid-s ror
t- lterazure day a- -2 Palmn-tro
club from the CongreZa::onal Amer-
ican Board, who used pa., of theme at
their Thursday afternoon meeting.


.and the Palmetto Club tendered--ne
Re.. H. H. Mallinson, pastor of then I d e
,clubhouse to the Missionary Society
M.. E. Church. will take for his theme Ifor the evening's entertainment
tomorrow at the 11:0)0 o'clock service, -
"Civic Ideals; How to Make Daytona I
an Ideal City.'" A cordial invitation CENTENARY OF
is extended to all city officials as: FAMOUS VIOLINIST
well as to strangers within the gates NEW YORK, Feb. 5-A cable de-
t be present. Mrs. W. C. Chowning ,
....)peetMr.WC.spatch from Christiania says that the
will sing a solo, "Calvary," and the'
choir will sing the beautiful anthem, ione hundreth anniversary of the birth
"Bread of the World. iof Ole Bull, the famous violinist, was
'widely observed throughout Norwav


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FOSTER


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BASSOUTHWARD BUDc
BOAT~enience at ALL"MI4IIj'
Fly'- Hundr'-d F(--t of Fr- I @wk. Fr*-,-,water. Homo-Maib
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We want to start scme bright am-
bitious young man in a good paying
legitimate business in Daytona. A
small first payment required, balance
from profits. References required.
Modern Methods Co.. Orlando. F'13
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Two Ways of Seeing a Pi:ture.
An artist bad sold a -icrure for a .
exorbitant price, and th, ; ur,.'tLa,
sued ro recv-r. The barri;t*er for t-.
purbchaser was rDaking T2t artist u:
comfortable by blh quesTitns
*Now. sir.'" be aid In thatr plps.ao
ingratiating manner of lawyer wirbth a
witnem -do you think anybody couai
see beauty to that picture?'
Some persons certainly could," r-
pled the artist.
"You think the Initiated to teCboleai
matter might bare no difficulty In un-
dertanding your work
1 am sore they would not."
wDo you think you could make me
mv any beauty In that picture tbl-
moot superrltoualy.
'Probably not ow. air." and the art-
let was moat bumble. "but onc !
could bare donDe so easly.-
"Nonw air- how to theY I A n-


John Price returned from Allenhurt, today. In Bergen, his birth place in dtand you- Explain. If you pIOeW.
yesterday afternoon by train fromI -' r "-ba quit- ay air. I -,mid bare
ooa Mr. Price ad .... e Christiania, where he resided for done. Itimply by employing you a
C-coa. Mr. Price had accompaniedoy
Corn. J. H. Allen to AIlenhurst in the many years, and other of the chief my couneI no this case."-Londoo Tit
Buick car purchased of the Atlantic cities especial performances were Bits
Motor Car Co., of this city. They given in the opera houses, while men3 Early Automobiles
made a verv good trip. Mr. price whl me- Eany Automnobin-
a a oo tri r. P orial -xercises were held under the 1Durin- the fifteenth and sixtoenr.
ikas on the ferrv cross o ooa -L
a on the ferry crossing to Cocoa auspcs of numerous musical and lt-. centuries, marking the age when me-
hen th north.-r s-.e-pt down Ysi rar societies. chanlcal genius was just awakening.
,,Aray morning and says he water there were attempts to drive vebhlcle
- pr-::.ty rougL for a t.rn-. other than by animal means. Indeed
*o omomonmomo***on*momo mno as early as 1459 tbere was a rurlou.
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