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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 7, 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: VID00426
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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*O '"41 LOSSES OF THE DAY AMOUNTS
,rY.--TMC TO MANY MILLIONS OF DOL-. Gruber-Mo
O AT 40 LAR8 --STEEL THE WORST. "If yon dos't
NEW YORK, Feb. 7--Conditions on
the stock m Pvchange today bordered
Law" no Ma L- -M-t-o_- due presilmably to iUT Se CiiC ilP iM
teen the br at Federal attacks on va- INTENSE IiLtRIN6I IOM
am Eg i- rto 1 krsw corporations. Rumors of
b1 VemI' w erametaction planned against the CIll I NeW
"-.Iw b ~e iel trout is partly responsible. "
StJack- M-Thew loses of the day amounted to
m accord my millions of dollars WORST GALE OF THE V
fia Mast
BLOWING-NEW ENGLA
N. JbIAT1N AT ANAUA SO REPORTS SEVERE C
W evealft
""d into T IIM TI WII ALAM NEW YORK, Feb. 7-Th
Sx IUMS IV WIL ALARM. weather of the winter is b
"l h' g perienced here today. Alth(
Wf a" MENA AND CHAMON THREATEN sun is shining brightly the
*. Itma
I ad REVENGE FOR THE PARTIAL cure at nine o'clock this mc
po^ t an slightly above zero. The i
SJckson- LOSSES OF YESTERDAY. tense suffering exists among
A thirty-mile wind adds to
MANAGUA, Feb. 7-The jubilation Ati.
betee the that followed yesterday's advices that firing.
Three hundred people, thi
k la South Madriz' army had won a decisive vic- T .
were driven into the street
w limits of tory at Sano Tomas, was turned to this morning by a fire. Ri
Wy. wildest alarm today by the news that t is mring .byabi.tr
i__--~ ~ ~ .ic is imp~ended by a bitter
M Generals Mena and Chamon have re- intense cold is repor ted fro
^ -, .intense cold is reported froi
1 t iz- organized the revolutionary army England, ranging from zero
Dr at-tIU Ad are now only forty miles from beo
ty below.
tlalmv0a the capital, well equipped and threat-
I W made ening revenge for the partial losses
; .Pull of yesterday. WAR ON BUCKET SHOPS
1*4%r, sWWI
"WW. TheML PRDC S
n e, th WANT TEMNINAUGURATED IN C
7=5"f- the ML RDCR
at the col- WANT THE MONEY
SCHICAGO, Feb. 7-More than 1000 EXPECTED THAT THE MO0
with ELgi- farmers and milk producers met here
m throttle, today at the first annual convention STARTED BY COUNCIL C
FOUW the of the Milk Producers Protective As-
--- ._; _.. ,GRAIN EXCHANGES OF
1M the big sociatUon. They will perfect plans GRAIN EXCHANGES OF
010fc force', whereby they will get a large share CA WILL BECOME GENEI
VU ea0ne' of the retail price of milk instead of
0I the car. the city delivery companies. CHICAGO, Feb. 7-A syn
.80 vratt and determined war on budc
.........O. which is expected to extend
"- -EFFORTS TO RECOVER
IO OB No. EORT TO RECOVER the nation, was inaugurated t
tJ. IBODIES 18 ABANDONED the Council of Grain Exchai
I an of the CHRRY, m., Feb. 7-Efforts to North America.
recover the bodies of the miners who Efforts have been made by
I o as all lost their lives in the terrible St.Paul cago board of trade and ot
j Setwoml mine disaster months ago, was a- changes to drive out of busini
. There bardoned today. Five workers es- bogus "brokerage houses" wh
-e...... caped from cave-ins by a miracle to- lead to no exchange, whose
intiy In- day. The gas also makes the work tioas are wholly fictious and
I of Mrs. extremely dangerous. Scores of de- io real buying or selling of
composed bodies were seen by the One of the men who has fI
It coIected workers. been on the trail of buckets
*-t w _ras timates that their running
Ifd train PARIS FACING NEW have. ia some prosperous
wter .tank DANGER FROM RAINS. amounted to $30,t'Oo00, anc
I 1taO Jack- to $200.0F,,N00, and certain i
W the car, PARIS, Feb. 7-Fear of a new s, 'ne bucketshops have gro
ft resulted flood siezed Paris today 'hen heavy mensely rvhl through their
Former co subsidence. Though the authorities
t Coast RaiN say there is no danger, the people
I are not e-assured. CIBARGI) WVI D[AITl
I wa "dead- '.,e to.a! [dll of th,-t S t ,i,. > noV
Jackson- thirteen feet, seven inclhs. (IF TFYA Pi


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TOE DAILY NEWS EXTRA 7/

MET WITH PUBLIC APPROVAL.

THIRTY MINUTES AFTER THE
STORY OF THE WRECK WAS
RECEIVED NEWSBOYS WERE 0 |
THE STREETS SHOUTING.
An "extra" within thirty minutes


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DIVIDE. THE

GRIM REAPER CALtoS FIVE PROM- CONVICTED 0
INENT PERSONS TO THE LAND WILL PAY 1
FROM WHOSE BOURNE NO THE HEINIC
TRAVELER RETURNS. / THEIR LIVE!
/ KANSAS CITr
LESTER DELOS PITCHER rations have be,
Lester Delos Pitcher, age 70 years ty jail for the e
and 7 months, died Sunday morning John Williams a
-L iis home on Orange avenue, the two negroe
Mr. Pitcher was fishing on the of assaulting ,M
bridge Saturday afternoon and return- More than one
ed home at 6 o'clock in fine spirits, have been recel
remarking to his wife that he never to see the exec
felt better in his life. He was strick- plicants being M
en with apoplexy shortly after reach er of Mrs. Jack
iag home, however, and lost conscious be permitted to
ness which he never regained to the however, and it
timp fr his dipath Sundav mrnrnin- at vatP as nnaftihlP


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GALLNL

)F ASSAULT AN&
*HE PENALTY OF
)US CRIME WITH
B TOMORROW.
Y, Mo., Feb. 7-Preq
en made at the come
lecution tomorrow ot
and George Reynhlie
's recently convince
irs. W. H. Jackass
thousand applicatioam
ved for permitaata
ution, among the ap
rs. Vera Henry, mnth-
kson. No women will
'Atness the hanging
will be made as pri-


)enU 4: is not a great "stunt for a metro- 4:15. Rev .and Mrs. U. S. Tabor wer The two negroes continue to mal&n
tem iera- politan newspaper but to do it with telephoned for Saturday at 9:00 tain the same stolid indifference to
orinig is
most in- a "country" daily is somewhat of an o'clock, and reached the bedside at their fate that they have exhibited
the poor. effort. Nevertheless 'twas only half 10:45. ever since their arrest. Reynolds Ua
the suf- an hour from the time the story of Lester Delos Pitcher was born in shown some slight inclination to
th o wreck at South Jacksonville Sat- Lewis county. N. Y., July '2, 1839. eaken and seek spiritual consola-
nly clad rday afternoon was received in the \Vas twice married, last union, 1871, tion, but neither has expressed any re-
.nly clad, urday afternoon was received in the a as-ge o h arcoscieo hc
ts early Daily News office until an extra edi- ws to Miss Abbie Cramer, at Marsh- great for the atrocious crime of which
ver traf- ion of the paper was on the streetsI, alitowvn, Ia. It was the daughter of they were found guilty. Both men,
iver traf- tion of the paper was oil the streets. I"Nr.Tbr wowssm ic hi ovcinhv eoe
ale, and Many commendations have been re- this union. Mrs. Tabor, who was sum- since their conviction have devoted
m New ceived by the Daily News on its en- moned from DeLand to minister to iiost of their time to sleeping.
)m New ceived by the Daily News on its ell-!Teatc nMs ako a
to twen- terprise. But the Daily News always her father. The attack on Mrs. Jackson was
endeavors to give its readers the The funeral services will be held cae of the most brutal in the annuals
news while it's news. at the home on Orange avenue, at tor Missouri. She was waylaid by the
2:00 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Rev- negro brutes while she was on her
U. S. Tabor and Rev. H. H. Mal- ;ay home from the Crittenden Min-
Yrtn-S ISMT"t'S. TO FLY linson officiating. The remains will son, where she had been playing the
lAM FILY beL placed in thile vault at Daytona violin at an entertainment. The ne-
"lO ACAGOI.A Beatch and will later be taken to groes dragged her into a vacant Lt.
ON DAYTONA BEACH. Mr Pitcher's old home in Illinois. For days after assault the woman's
L/EIE.J \A telegram has just been received condition was such that her life was
VEMIENTJ
IT IS SAID TH W from Lewis Pitcher, a son, that he will I despaired of, and so great was the
OF THE SHORTLY reach here from Chicago in time for shock that even yet fears are felt
SESTABLISH A SCHOOL OF IN- the funeral, that her mind may give way.
AMER"I I The two negroes were arrested al-
AL. STRUCTION ON THE FAMOUS EUGENE C. LESTER most immediately after the crime
S OCEAN BEACH. Eugene C. Lester, of Jackson, Mich, were positively identified by their
pathetic! N BEACH. Eugene C. Lester of Jackson M victim. They were convicted within
tetshops, Next month the Wright Brothers age 67 died tt Daytona Beach, Sat. thirty-six hours after their arret.
all over are to establish a flying school at urday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Public feeling was strong against the
today by Daytona Beach, Fla., and their work The remains will be shipped this af- men but no demonstration was made.
nges of there should give an impetus to the ternoon to Jackson, Mich., for inter-
sChi.ale of their machines. At Daytona ment, accompanied by his wife MAA iT TO K I
the Chi-Beach those who purchase a Wright MANIAC WA T ILL


other ex-
mess the
ose wire
transac-
t involve
Grain.
or years
hops es-
expenses
s years
i profits
t is that
wn li i-
Sopera-





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Ig l train The request for $4.kwo,.1. to, aid 'il IL L nO dulV uIIn.
il a day last in the restoration of the flooded se.-
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machine will get from their instruct-
ors everything in the way of flying
lore which the brothers can impart.
The Wrights also intend to experi-
ment there with the idea of perfect-
ing their invention and working out
the problem, as far as may be, of
automatic stability.
M a ^a S n., n *..n n, a a T-n t n na..nor


rue a
and if
attract(
to the a


OFFICEl


A. M. MARTIN.


A. M. Martin, guest at the Stanley
House, had an apoplectic stroke Sat-
urday afternoon at noon and died Sun-
day morning at 3:00 o'clock. His son-
in-law was wired, and will arrive from
West Virginia today to make arrange-
ments to ship the remains home for


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MRS. ANNA R. BOLLES.


TAKES OATH OF OFFICE


APPROPRIATION OF MONE Y OF ,;OS T4l)N, F't. 7 I. .: i 1' Fitzger-
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rris Hardware Company
trade with us we beth lose money."


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uuvv is ,uru a uu-u paper interment. WOBURN, Mass., Feb. 7-Declar-
it proves true will be another ing that e h as to kill President Taft.
on for this section in addition igta ,ehst i rsdn at
n for this section in addition DENNIS F. O'NEIL. a big six-footer known as Gardiner, is
automobile races.I
utomobiDennis F. O'Neil, age 4. died at jailed here awaiting sanity examina-
S d. T tion. He was found in front or the
Stabreeze Friday. The remains %ere s
RS Of MrXICAN shipped to Chicago for interment, ac- police station, avng a k ad
(ompanied bv Mrs. O'Niel and chil- gun. When arrested he -.led. Lt
[lie go, *I e got to, kit il 'r,--;detit
IN yCOMPANY N Ii dren Mr. ONeil came heref tr his; ,
LANDl COMPANYON RL 8 I .! health, and rt.ently suiffet*'d BOTN. sNveEre Ta
relapse. BOSTON'S NEW MAYOR


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Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G. or Ju sm s Lin UP'L". c
il .dDO.P.. aD Ylial, ltD. .Smiling sprinr :r: -*v4t ,_:
A ) to0' 3 1.r And suanmmer's i-m r blu bkcSSU
!,,,, are dt-iayed.
Nose. Throat. L=s ad lhmatism treated! are d- "ayed.
b by tA Electr eo-.Vahratory M'od. In one yard rcses oi vanri.atedh nas
uIvytona B.a<-h ,-ffio-' i Th--v \ -, Va z.,i predominate; another no'.-b'oid h,
1 Block. hour ,:* to ":E* *.'-.. .p-,Lho,'.r a pencha-nt for the. puinetta and tni
by appoiintm,-nt.
i j premises are aflame; anoch-r :s hid-
* umI somOeOO iOl l den in a jungle of tail caie. Variety
* I' is the spice of Ife and here is where
SDR. F. H. HOUGHTON you find it.
* The birds flit in, and with their
Denlistl Joyous notes help to give fullness
Office in Peck Block and symmetry to the picture.
PN PKOXX3 West End South Bridge ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^1 U
a PEo l West End South Bridge = As for fruits, choice citrus fruits.
... U-......3@.... LDaytona yields the palm to none for
-- --* .quality and quantity per acre. There
are scores of citrus groves in prox-
* OSTEOPATHY unity to the city, branches bending
DRL C ll--mm-
Graduateunder .T Still, ounderof to the earth with their burdens of
SOteopbhy at Kirksvlle, Missouri. luscious golden globes, which for
NI- NETH EA1ON IN DAYTONA .
SLocated on Volusla Avenue, 2 doors beauty, proflicacy and all desirable!
west of Beach St., oppowlte The Gables m uali-i^ ^.I rul-- a^onish -'ou i
Phone 40 o.dy attendant qualities would truly astonish you. ;
a-- --on. -------- The Fastest Autos and The Finesti
0 Out.


E. L. STEWART
SPhysician and Surgeon
* X-ray ..:d High Frequency
Appratus.
S 'SPho;i-- s2. 4th door w.--t f of P.
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ARCHITECT. BUILDER
0 and CONTRACTOR
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SE-cC~kJK S~wt~ea er. a world-wonder. Go stand upon
AfrIrt inpitprr. ho w ie spesiway and a ee the hap-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-^-^py souls tint by In jeymu mood, and
^^^^^^^^ -av answer whether this is not one of
SQ-U---- BAKERY tie seven modern wonders.
O..... TH The Placid, Pellucid Halifax Rver.
OF US Where think you is water with more
RA T GOODS. St ? P1 a surw;d"ingo Nearny a
th mile sp e. frlned with tropical aege-
9 answei. art:5hic cottages with roomy
Of 0 Werandsthoinkgyoutuponater wib osom


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Deay uiter nA ael-fcaman
Superlnte-r~sConfstrctlon of Bui'd-
In4-b. Plaw, and Specillcation,
on short Notice.
LOAMYTA. FL40RIDAp-.



IOSCAR MICHAEL
5 CONTRACTOR
A Filling and Grading
SHeavy Hauling a Specialty.


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1 GOOD MEAT I
Is al& avs found at
3BIRCHWOOD'S


gamey food fshes in countlem num-
b.-rs : ckc~iig, as it were. to those
with rod and reel: her bosom fleck-
ed with duck and coot and snowy-
winged sea birds, which sit about as
if for the sport of bobbing upon the
waves; watch that lubberly old
white headed pelican pouch a fat
mullet, and that fish hawk strnigg ing
upward with his floundering load he
snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick


and span, their hampers and lockers
bulging with refreshments both solid
and liquid ready for a cruise upon th
beautiful surface. Take out your fiel
glass and sweep the river from
Ormondg bride to Ponce Park
light house, then say wb-hether the
Halifax isn't a thing of beauty and
a joy forever, and one of the modern
w-onders.
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge-
wood.


Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest
of a broad ridge, straight as the crow
files and the wide-spreading branches
of the heavy-trunked live oaks ex-
tend their giant arms across the mag-
nificent vista, forming an arch, and
from these extended arms great fes-
toons of Spanish moss sway as the
trade winds from the tropic seas
fan them Looking straight ahead
down this white shell street one has
the impression of a fairy path with
elfish draperies, but as you move
along and cast an eye first to tAe
right and then to the left you see dis-
tinguished cottage homes in the most
delightful settings.
See the glistening leaf of the grand
imaiLolia which nature has varnished
a- :no ar-tists' brush evr could; and
the cabbaz pal-s w.:h their burdens
of sho-y fru:t and swaying palms:


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-. Supassi g Beauty of Our Cottage
-----e Homes.
0 iNo on ,.- Daytaona's attractions,
ier cim'tud. more nearly ULi-
versal attention and praise than does


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AUTO OWN RS ATTENTION-


We am about to enjoy samf 1r rtw in
Rubber. DeWut you think It wUIway ycu
o ffv i the artte orf VIca-
'MC- wIth eperwcork yow get awe-hUd
avow rfe-quitt pa Item attheprWeat
Ute. Prmthcl work done at TIM VVL-
CAWIXKUR COrrAGN A AV 1. Win. 8.
MeGregor.
f TS faw FLOIDA ROADS

FOUND AT LAST
A place w Beach Street where
you cma et Hot Chocolate that's
=a& r md m served with Wip-
ped Cream 5c a cap.
T. F. CURTIS & SON


See Dunn Bros.


25c Window.
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BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS
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SThe se'ent-i world wonder, do you
i ask? Come. whether from Missouri
or from Maine. from Kalanmazvo or
* Timb*uckto, and you will be "shown."
Here :e.s .h.'-. ?l wusL 3 record for,
sp s.-. bo,_ken with every r-c:rring
sea,.so:.. Auios, the b;ggee., rl.. fa-.-


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t" C4-.'a i- *5: --. <; ".. >:- l
Sproba.ly" catch the spirit, "hxa yu,
d, the roads a:d the b,-a'h are yc'urs.
Th Florida sunsh-n i- f'-, th


me-mo.-


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iadap~ica unvw. WIth sAck v-
ai weath of natural beat? it be-
I Gne an athi for the band at
I to give the fnshfng-- tjuu
which ave wrought out thO cdaos
an Urttsa of the big pictures
mn du aln this in the laying Vt
of the street with their wide margi
oat parkae. The entire city bmeM
a eat perk 'with drtivewS inter
ectiBn. miflea upon miles of drive-
wayn so gooa as to attract moforists
from all over the continent.
And as for the pavements. pave-
ments that look and act like granite.
-where else between the eastern
ana western seas are so many miles
in proportion to inhabitants? The
pavement question stands with the
street as one of the chief drawing
cards. Till some unheard of
place reports more and better, Day-
tona throws down the gauntlet to the,
[world.
Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Frut.






mean -siand
Whatever oone's shortcomings a-nd
however indifferent or even callous
one may be to many things, the mere
mention of "flowers and Squirrels,
birds and fruits" will send a thrill
:that is reflected iu distend-d pupils
and pricked ears.
For every visitor w t.: a s-ire ooj-
ber there is a bunny r--Iy to ce i:'-
and accept your gift. l z;1 it biA!
!upright aad kna-w .*o the mm-a,.'
-casting furtive, sau-_ y giant*-s at -:.i
mean,%ile.
Flowers. Usually fes l
ing the year 'roQ uLu Y') a'-i Lii-
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Cottages a specialty.
KZsUmale furnished
All work 2Bar-
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LAWYERS
Daytoa, Fla.



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inn es afory, is thewretet aH
in the winter, ad with an
Sextra rise or drep oifo a few
atio. mntrks thi' as one Of
healthful locations in aaM
the course north oeast u o
The oceantir. with
beach, hard as vdC Day _





teas a floor is *he ieatest
although earth and ar: and





to have e-a lan arr a.--Za
to enhance,: a.i eveO'r c emm i
beach is d*Z famous ant/_
course ~Where every World,
awaFore' rd -has bea ban f
these c-.h

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is zomj. ~-cU '.: ~:. notar. *riJ
IS :Or, IZ a-^^cd : :_ 1;oth e< -S a
the z clail A stich am
cito a '3: al oa an :anid v i
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lea-- aCS.- :-- 4.:.e-.arntsa t
the-e ---. acisstl
iato a Zemcz: a>lmst as bd -n
phali+ bevc'nd the campru
one who has not Samnit.
unnecessary. justice each 6M
*it Ls3 entirely rebuilt by t.
The beach has a width of b3
f feet and can be used frm t"
after until tw-.o hours befacrWO
thus ivincraui average o
: eight hours for automndl ftt
part oi each dav.
Seabreeze &ad Daytona 8= g
have a permanent papulat-m d
proximately 1ISM Sanifty
nances are strictly enfor=4 a


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f and thetax levy is low.
,BJpy-t that no tourist should fail
lft is the nins of the Old Span-


H B oa which stand somber and
oi dif oe and a quarter miles
BO New Smbrna A good
Jle tothe place and the trip
Bil easily made by an automobile.
~n the great pin flats by the
Iof the rests, is this place of
ffor the ptous this ren-
S tShe picnicker. The ruins
&".ad while tee is no

that the Mimioa was


SS w. semis e roof dasin
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AI inosaaly ola in parties
s rai edaioI Lt the spell of
too i s tallpofthae and
VOWmWn to sit aloe. silent and
t heive, der the arches or be-
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THWE DIp a line to me at
KC IiuSEl ORMOND


F. W. SAMS
PBOPNUMTO

Rate
US3Oper Day
*peca per
Week
ixeelent Hunting
and Fishing
NI W SMYRNA
FLORIDA


HITEL

TIUM
NVw. SMYRNA
FLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Class in
_Every RespectI
Diner. for M=otor.

Ratew $2.00 per
Day and Up
nEmN T and
HODGES
PROPRIETORS



GALRIIAU
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
NKw SMY NA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
Removed Without
Pain
SANITARY BATHS

PURE

ICE CREAM
Confections
Cold Drinks

The Best of Every-
thing In Our Line


RIZY'S


New Smyrna
L Is the Place


SE VILLA
MM. H. MOELLER
Proprietress
-Ag
Meals for Transients
a Specialty
NEW SMYRNA
FILORIDA


I'XQ Just going to
sit h'r. and snh and
epat ;Or a n -.e this
winter. Tb'.r e.re
soine good cmimp
grounds n-'ar min,.
Oome and pitch' our
tent on one nd oln
me on t o...
LONE- FT V v


ROSE L' l'
Pleas: JitIL
on (;r ,ui -
ORMOND. FLA\.
Frank M .soia, ;( .
Rates: f2.1X) vnd 2.' l
per dity; -.i to
$15.R)-per h, s.-k


JAS. CARNELL
ORMOND, FLA.
Manufacturer of
Pure Home-Made
GUAVA JELLY
MARMALADBS AND
TROPICAL
PRESERVES
Spedil Attestbin to
Famly Orders
*IOtumT AWARM A7
Pin- Am erican Ex-
}oaitpon-Buffalo
tit India Exposi-
t ion-Chairleston
Louisiana Purchase
lr nostilon, it.Louis


E. C. TOTMAN
RMONdn, FLA.
Fine Groceries
Vegetables Fruits
^ It;nd Hinok d



MOUNDGROVE
ORANGES
and
Grapefruito-
Best Grown
( rov on St. Aukiu--
tlloc -XIA IIIifiviti
Io (i;' Mi =
NI-t h of
HOTEL &)RMt)NI
Beed, Knox and
Beed Company
Br w ~ Postofflce


SORMOND is five miles north of
Daytoma, located on the wasteau
bank of the Halifax River. T7 tS a
cation of the town permits of et i
i and perfect sanitation; the
elevation is superb and ideal for
winter homs. A wide bridge con-
nects Ormond with Ormond Beach.'!
Many fine rAiAc.q are main.
stained on either side of the river,A
most of then embellishAd with sub. !
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides.
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit..
trees.
The town is very cos-nopolitan,
has an excellent graded school, sev-
eral churches, a fine public library,!
up-to-date places of business and1
comfortablee and convenient hotels
nd boarding houses.
0- -nond his many of the Florida
atti "lions-fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
salubrious climate aid 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
its outlook the magnificent beach and
the broad Atlantic.
Th. walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
bors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
rustic seats which are mute invita-
tions to enter into the enjoyment
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-
tigons is Nunmber Nine, located on the
peninsula, five miles north of the
Hotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
orange grove, together with great va-
Srieties of other sib-tropical fruits
and floweis.
Five miles further on you come to i
Moundgrove, one of the finest orange
groves in this section of Florida.
Moundgrove is on the headwaters of
the Halifax River and is amid pretty
surroundings. The place is reached
by a good road [passing Number
Nine] and is a drive all tourists may
Enjoy.
TT AE AN ROOMS TO LET-
C A E Furni~htd; Modern In-
'COTTAGlE provctments; on River
SFront or IdoeRtreet. Rents Reasonrbhe.
SWrlc to W. F. ('oLBY at Ormond.


ORMOND-ON -THE- HALIFAX
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CALL ON
On V1U= TO


-UI

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IF IN A14T WAY
INfTEREWTUD
IN PRQPURTY IN\
ORMOND OR
ORMOND UNACH
He Will Give Your
Businew Prompt
Attention J


MILDRED LOKE
(Formerly Mildred
Villa)
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.


CO's GOG

On the Ormond


Road
South


One of
Groves
County


VIS'
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DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA


VOLUSIA
COUNrY
BANK'
DuLAND, PLA.

Capital-I MX
Ac suoRXDm

AJ. D. UBD
J. Pregfdent
I A. WOOD
O(bler


G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drugs, Stationery,
Huyler's C-nAics,
Kodaks, Cigars
DuLAND, FLA.


iJ i. PERKINS

Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


Will Practice la
State and
Federal
Courts


Half Mile
of Ormond


the Finest
in Volusia


ILTORS
LCOME


THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S
JELLIES
Are Produced at

"NUMBER NINE"
Their Reputation
is Established. No
Comment is Reall7 '
Necessary.


I ,PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
(Inc.)
OWNER of the BEUT
River Front
PROPERTY
IN PORT ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands
See...
P P (ATqC. 96o


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 Jialifax 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


PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
Convenient to .uLlto-
olll blik Ra', < oi l'-
anid P.I id- t'.
Atq>i1v to\


DiLAND, FLA.


w. D. HAYNES
Grocer
DuLAND, FLA.

"We Speak for
Your Trade."


LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practicing in all
State and F.deral
Courts
Special facilities for
investigating and -
perfecting titles
I)NLANI ), FLA.


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


"FOUNTAIN'S"
D _LAND, FLA.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
GROVES
TIMBER or
TRUCK


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DIWIIrneiiieRiIN IP DlUPl 'P


DELAND, th c ty an of
Volusia Cointy,





3Stal~ &ivuutty, o9 of the 1-.
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as uThe Athesa of Florida.*
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 poymfer and instrlmctors There
Mre over $o40000 in buildings and
equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-
ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
resenting an investment in building,
esdowment and books, of more than
12-0,000. The library is the United
SbtasCo -vr--.c"@,t depository for the
State of Florida, and CoPTihas over
15,000 volumes. Siie'e Hall, one
of the newest of 16 bouidngs, with
its f, hiigs, represents an outlay
of o60,000. EliSabeth Hall is one of
the most beautiful cllega builds
in the South.
The city has a population of about
3,500, with a thickly settled country
adjacent. DLand 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 estimatedd
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 line shell roads, an
excellent high school, electric lights,
*a system of waterworks that is owned
and operated by the city, supplying
the purest water at little cost
Nine houses of worship testify that
DeLand is a church-going commu-
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth-
odists (Northern and Southern), Pres-
byterians, Christians and Catholics,
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
The graded school offers a ten
years' course, and the building which
it occupies is newly furnished
throughout, and is one of the most
commodious and best equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DeLand
is made by automobile in a little
over an hour, and there are many
pretty drives in the vicinity of the
county site. A good road leads to
DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic
spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
bubble from the earth every minute.
From DeLand automobiles go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
m|rl r9~ds, theSt.Johii is crosd by
ferry near Osteen and cars can thenzi
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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LUMBER
COMPANY
Manufaeturers ao
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINOS

Ano-tatOm
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PrlRoofing
Whte hall CemeM
ElDorado PAur
Bond- amd Brtok
DPLAND, VIL,.


ALLEN'S
NIxt to Postoe4s
DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS
PELANTD, FLA.


A. WOODAL
The
Leading
GROCER
DzLAND, FLA.

J.LA.
ERICKSON
& CO
Largest Stock of
Pianos, Organs and
Sewing M M
South of JaconvTllkl
DuLAND,) FLA.

Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine ShojI
800TT HODOKI98I
Proprietor
DILAND. FLA.
Manufacturer of
BuggU4a andurruys


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The food which has devastated Parts I s not the first that has wrought great damage in the French capital.
Owing to Ita low lying site. through which the Seine winds, Paris has frequently been visited by floods. The pie-
Om shows soldiers at work during a recent inundation erecting barriers to check the spread of the waters. The
41m St. Lazaire and the other stations of the railroads entering Paris were put in especial peril. The extent of the
Good can be appreciated when it is known that the St. ILazaire station, situated nearly a mile from the Seine,
Iras undermined by the waters.
Mrs. Benjamin R. Tilliian, Sr., wife of the S,'wf'i Carlluna senator, holds that she has a right to keep her two
Ittle granddaughters in spite of the legal fightt Ihy her daughter-in-law to regain them. The children were
neededd to 8 Sad his wife.
Miss Dorothy Hesler of Chicago is "the \voirmii ii the case" of the court martial at the Charlestown navy yard
f Paymaster I;eore I* Auld and Assistant Surgeon A. 11. Robuett of the navy. who are charged with affronting
Dr. Edward 8. C0wles of Bostou at a navy yard dance. It is said that a remark made about Miss llesler's photo-
@f"aph "I t .', t 1-'-. r,.'! ls lesser is said to be the fiancee of l)r. Hdonett.






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THE VILLAGE OF UOFE.
Over the hill to tie roorthouase--I can't
quite make it tieai.
Over the hills 'o .he gI,,house --t seems
so horr10 1,4 air 411.te'v.

The ipoorhon-'e. ,ftini th,. drearievhst
place in everyIV (":1:n1 tLsit'. ,. 4 o0
called In the old tli d.s. % lien- tpaiiers
were tr leated t, ilie l titteri tli:tn
beasts andl all u.s.it. lpt':i:t wvre put
In irons.
It was a na e ;chat ;',.I, l1terror to
the unfo'rtuiiltt.
Now there is leits built at Oak For-
ent. built eitltttwtl iiifles trici ('Ill-
cago. a Ial Iil'iehp lo;' ihe poir or)t
Cook could *t.%. s'!:titis on i hie)h tract
of rolling i;ij l l :1 r line! :.(t>ve t o(ik
and*'( wi tti \uw *.. (.i'',(i '",'d I"
(XX}.
It Is notl lii:( 'fi i i.
It is calit.,l ti i;ii ; 4 H, ,pe.
That siilt ;i n 'V, :1-I r ie iltil-
tarial sii P l I r i ([,t-,t cs. I1 (,t:t iIop|e
into tile lheai'tts 1 liit tI i, t'e'es?.
This ie t' 11 tl1l14 is ;|i iti:a1-e of
idtreets. tcli.h <.o!l; le IL i tI elf. t d
married acouple1, -e Io it it I ep-
rated tito %uarls. twnt will oIet.IY tie
rl'OOIms together'. htre' Ielty cull help
and Comfort one uitol)ie''.
Life will 1we made worth while by
broad, open lpor'lites. rerv'eatiou rooms.
a chapel, aui artii cial lake anti all sur-
-'oundings or coitiort.
But will it pay*
That is tlle qtluestion the taxpayer
asks the county colliii.ShiuiefS.*
The answer Is: "Yes. It will pay.
even in dollars and cents."
There is a tinte farm. with barns, ln-
Splemeonts, tools. The people will bej
glad to work as bert they can under'
such conditions. Those who cannot
work on the farm can do housework or
go into the shops.
The people will be kept happy by
being kept busy and under conditions
that will promote self respect. If they
work for their living they are not
paupers.
It is claitned that with pleasant
homes and cheerful surroundings the
workers will support not only them-
selves, but will in time repay thit
$2.000.000.
That is the experience at Cleveland,
0., where a similar experiment has
been made.
The world moves.
The time is coming when the grim,
prison-like, dreary quarters of the
county poorhouse will give way to vil.
lages of hope.
Society owes its aged and unfortu-
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and SttethMry 3ate

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A House In Pompeii.
In the exhumation of Pompeii one
house was discovered which was evi-
dently being repaired when the vol-
canic storm that overwhelmed the city
hurled it to the ground. Painters. dec-
orators and cleaners must have been
Dusy at the very moment of the catas-
trophe. Painters pots and brushes
and worknwt's tools were scattered
all over the house. Telltale Spots of


whitewaLsh starred wall and floor.
Such doinesti, i mplemeutsns pot" and
kettles liad teu Ibundled up in a cor-
ner nall lby themselves. 'bThere wa a
bronze dish ii waHitlii-. before the oven
and on the dish a sucking pig ready to
be baked. But the oven was already
engaged with its full complementt of
i'read. So the pLg hnd to wait. It.
however. rttver entered the oven after
all. al(l nd the l;aves were not taken
(.ut. TI'ey had(i relallinted where placed i
to bake. It i-, aich-ilated. close ul)on
2.000 year's. There were twenty-thee
of them. rather crusty, of course, and
somewhat dark colored, but otherwise
perfectly preserved.
How He Paid His Fine.
Pat Kelly. the owner of the only
jaunting car in the \ llage, went on a
spree and was sentenced to a fine of
20 shillings or seven days in jail. Kel-
ly chose the latter.
Now, the pri. I v. :i.s ten miles away.
and the ony lpo6saili i.,-ars of getting
a pristoner tlhvr \< '- driving. As
Kelly himself LuI uL JLy car In the
place, there wvua L, 161 tw do but to
hire it. For b'uic time the constable
and his prisouA-e haled over the
terms.
Kelly stuck out lirnmly for 30 shil-
linugs, to be paid in advance, and at
last the constable had to consent to
tho extortion. Accordingly they drrov,
off and without any misadventures ar- '


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-PRIMNCE GEORGE
Slyard & Holroyd, PiLoptietors
DAYTONA, FLORIDA
ftd and mproted Since Last Season.
ihMatiful Grounds-Located on River Front


. Concert Twice Daily


mt m 1H 3104L Asbury Park, N. J.

ftfiom Iaw" Prim=e George dock for
it, *-- o1iaat 8:00o'clock.


HAMILTON


New and First-Class.


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le-chLigts


Roofs with or without Baths.


. L M. MARBETJE. Prop's and Mgrs.


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Mr. aid Mrs. G. L Qdeflia and
Se.Mrs. L L Sc1. akr atted
flrom Philadelphia Suday. are
messes gwents at The Ridgewoot. The^
i 9t lat.wnter at this populW ho.-


One of the pleasant social affairs
the week a- The Despland was
te birthday dinner given Saturday
wt in hoimr of Mis Fracis Kam-
malB, of Boton. The entertained-.
aw Hds'.rt clpated In the usual
Saturday evening dance.
Recent arrivals at The Hamilton
are: Mrs. 0. B. Church, Mr. and Mrs..
G. L. Harriugton, Erie, Pa.; Joe F.
Dunn, of the Johnny Jones Co.; Mrs.
Morgan E. Rose, Miss Rose, Mans-
field. Pa.; Mrs. Singleton Smith, Mil-
waukee, Wis.; G. W. Jenkins, New
York; A. W. Latour and wife, Chica-
go; C. B. Turner, Jacksonville.
Sunday arrivals at The Despland
were: F. Roesmelt, Hoboken, N. J.;
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crawford, Okla-
homa City, Okla.; Mrs. B. M. Rose,
Mrs. H. L. Riggins, Winsten Salem,!
N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. T. Irish, Grand,
Rapids, Mich.; J. E. O'Neil, Fairbault,
Minn.; Oliver L. Pattillo, Jacksonville;'
Mrs. W. W. Chaney, Ormond; John
G. Clark, New York; H. W. Bassett,
Jacksonville; M. Brewster, Pall Mall,
New York.
Saturday night and Sunday arrivals'
at The Ridgewood were: A. L. Davis,
Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs. A. Thrift, i
Washington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Gur.-
definger, Mrs. I. L. Schumaker, Phil-
delphia; W. N. Brotmert, E. A.
Brigg, Henry Ledman, New York;
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kellogg, Milwau-
kee; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weaverson,
Mrs. C. W. Frame, Mrs. E. T. Allen,
New York City; G. C. Haste, St.
Louis.
*'"For Rent," "Furnished Rooms,"
"For Hire" and "Table Board" pla-
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}tat a e here today to partpte
iAte Mutehir meaetiang of the Lay.
and* Mrs.oBaey Movement, which
begins this evenIng with- a banquet
and a program of addresses.

POSTMASTER GENERAL GIVES
DINNER FOR PRESIDENT
SWASHINGTON, FMb. 7-President
aid Mra. Taft wiffl be given a dinner
tonight by the Poetmaster-GeneraL
Ten days later Secretary of the Inter-
ior and Mrs. Ballunger will entertain
the President and Mrs. Taft, and the
series of official cabinet dinners will
close with that .of the Secretary of
Commerce and Mrs. Nagel a week Ia-
ter;

NEW YORK GRAND JURY TO
PROBE TRAIN WRECK.
WHITB PLAINS, N. Y., Feb. 7 -
The February grand jury convened to-
day to investigate the recent wreck
of the Montreal express on the New
York Central at Croton-on-the-Hudson
which resulted in the death of Spen-
cer Trask, the New York banker. The
grand Jury is to consider the question
of indicting Eugene Flanagan, the en-
gineer of the freight train which
crashed ftto the" express, for man-
S.:,ughter in the second degree.

OMAHA ELKS DED-
ICATE BUILDING.
OMAHA, Feb. 7-Judge Samis, the
Grand Exalted Ruler, and other prom-
inent members of the order, partic-
ipated. today in the dedication of the
new building of the Elks.

HEINZE CASE HEAR-
ING IN NEW YORK.,
NEW YORK, Feb. 7-In the crimin-
al branch of the United States Cir-
cuit Court today Judge Hough listen-
ed to arguments on demurrers of the
iiidietments returned against Augus-
tus Heinze, Arthur P. Heinze, San-
ford P. Robinson, Carlos Warfield
and Calvin 0. Greer. The indictments
charge conspiracy to obstruct the ad-
ministration of justice in spiriting
away the books and papers of the
United States Copped Company while
under subpoena.


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k igh furnace heat, private bath. New and
fatsi MRS& J. B. HINSKY, Piopictress.


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SAND FURNIStin- COTTAGES
deri. Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on
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tboom e caring to the most particular people. Ctutral Iocutioni.
kB t*ls river, lew than two blocks from tht- clubs, bunk, post otticv.
*ibos. WOOand 64.0O per day-S15A)0 and higher petr week.
Opea November to May.
Win. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.


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Currants .. .. .. 13c lb., 2 for 25c
Apricots, evaporated .... ..I.18c
Peaches, evaporated .. .. .. 15c
Pears, evaporated ........ 20c
Oranges, per dozen, ........ 15
S Graperuit, each .... .. .. 5C
Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions,
Turnios, Beets,Parsley, Mint,
Carrots, .......... all 5c bunc
Pineapples ...... 10 and 15c each
Cranberries .. .. 13c qt, 2 for 25c
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SOF KEO E GOULD AND HIS DAUGHTER
MARJORY.
ftomr tends of the Gould family regarding the
Gold e Iengcad to a titled foreigner the cables
WWW. It Is known among friends of the family that
powd to foreign suitor tf,i his daughter's band. but
roa r from hintm oitivrnintig the suit (,f the i'rin.e of
man in a r on itweh-tly married Mih' Anitt ti:ir Neu York Tlo
y uI r'srfdl ,is fnortunli, !-t-K -r- -'t I r w' ilt oua lnt to l ll (<.{ IIIi< nmitii i% tr- ; of ihem


is No Place


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sort in which to spend the winter
rt of it. Daytona is known the
wr as the Prettiest Resort in
hd the Beauty of the City is as
led of the Universe left It.


the girl. She was a small, slender
creature, with large black eyes and
hair equally black plastered down over
her temples and coiled up behind in
small braids. She was very bashful
and ready to blush at the slightest
provocation through her olive complex-
Jon. The clerk questioned her before
she was brought forth to her lover.
"llave (you got aniy money "' he
asked.
"'No I have a sweetheart."
ll'nu:" s;aid the clrk. "A biird in
their ha.iid is w; nrtlI t\\o inl the b.lsh.
1I "'],,-w:is otl( ,,. \\tluid strike bii dead
if li,. <411l tt ki'elp l% promise."
A i.i+, !i,. \\ ,,li;M tt t..e r vr it. t \' m ell
this N\,i "
lIe it tI her to \v!lre htier lover was
with lhi wit i,'sses a nd lthe prio-t. As
en ;;s, \a~lii s;t t;er standing de-
,iurely iintg thlie otherss he ran t, her
and. ,ti iiig tiis armis around her, was
about t, kis htier N %tien s ie drew back.
1Her cheeks flecked like two roses be-
hind dark" lace.
"VWhat do you nAiean, ToshkowhT?"
asked the lover, territed. "Have you
changed? 'lhn't you want ine after


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bme of roasance a an ash bmep. But
wherever the baman heart beats there
16 renmie. PaInters and poets like to
piture it a far as they can from tphe
68las world. especially eschewing
eaties where people are hboajlug
with their trapped and roped chattels
ftrom the odoriferous steerage of a
hlp to the smoke and dust of a rail-
way train. Nevertheless there are
countUe romance among Immigranta
.tsin the Unied States.
Isthi the place where they keep
the imml rant girbr" asked a black
.yed young Armenian who came bur-
Lledly Into the New York barge ofilce.
But the man's English was not intelli-
gible. so he received no reply till after
hs "mtlonqilty was learned and an in-
terpreter had been called. The inter-
preter told him that he had struck the
place he was looking for. He at once
beckoned in the direction of the door,
and several dark complexioned fellows
advanced.
"These are my witnesses." said the
young man. "This is the clerk, and
this is the priest. Give me my girl,
and I will marry her at once. so that
you.need not be afraid that the go)v-
ernment will have to take care of
her."
"What sort of nonsense are you giv-
ing me?" said the interpreter.
"1 am an Armenian. Toshkowhi is
an Armenian too. Why do you keep
me waiting? Didn't I tell you that 1
am ready to marry her?"
"See here. you crack brained luna
tic, I am employed to interpret what
you say from Armenian into English:
Talk in your native tongue and stop
the long roll in r's.'"
"IIuh: I not speak English. I been
in this country three years." Then
he commenced again in his adopted
tongue and rattled his r's and bounced
his b's. An otilcer cried. "Call the
madami."
The "xiother uvf immigrants" made
her alipeara:inlce, and to( her the young
man o,,ld his stcry. WVonieni are more
keenly .-sensitive t0o r' li:Ince tha mieni.
and it NV;;s o()t lng before the matron
sc-ntvd a liuve affair under the rat-
tling r's and laoutncing b's. It wvas
this:
Thrte years before the young as-
pirant for honors in the English
tongue had (come to America from Ar-
menia. His name was Vahi Krihorlan.
He had left at home a pretty sweet-
heart, then seventeen years old, named
Toshkowhi Gobedian. It seemed sin-
gular to the investigators that a man
with such a name able to speak en-
dearingly to a girl with such a name
should after three years in America
have made so little headway in Eug-
lish. The upshot of the matter was
that Toehkowhi had come over to join
Vahi. who was abundantly able to take
care of her. and proposed to relieve the
government from all responsibility con-
cerning her by marrying her.
Then the matron took the officer to


Highly


recommnded by

Physicians for

Kidney Ailments.


Ful stock Electric Irons, Coffee Percolators, ToMners

Griddles, Chag Dishes, Fans and Warming Pads.


THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and


WATER COMPANY.


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WE CONFESS


We admit it frankly the Merchants Bank wants your business. But we also.
can assure you that in return for your business, this bank not only offers a service
which we believe almost perfect, but unquestioned security for every dollar efrum-
ed to our care.
In cold, uuassu,,nj figures, here is our guarantee to every depositor regard-
less of the amount he may have in this bank.


S$100,000.00
50,000.00
S- 100,000.00


Total, $250,000.00


Henry U. Mudge tois the newly elected
president of the Chicago. Rock Island
and Pacific railroad, succeeding B. L
Winchell. He was formerly second
vice president. Mr. Mudge is oan au-
thority on western lands.



Head of Pension Bureau.

James L. Davenport Is a Veteran
Washington Official.


$250.000. That an'miunt stands between your deposit and
any possible loss.
We repeat: This bank wants your business.


Merchants Bank


(Branch of Volusia County Bank)


A.. D. McBRIDE, President
J. B. CONRA:. Vic .-President
F. N. CONRAD. Cashier


Daytona, Florida


James L. Davenport, recently ap-
pointed commissioner of pensions.
served many years as deputy chief of
the bureau.


Owner of the Cubs.


Charles W. Murphy Is a Power In
the Baseball World.


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Chairs and Rockers

I Hall Racks and Clocks
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SHigh Class Wines and :
LIQUORS
SWrite for Price List to the
oldest and largest house in .
Florida.. .
S Hotel, Club and Fine
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BARNES


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THE NOVELTY MAN
40 Both Beach Street, Daytona, via.
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DAYTONA

OPERA

HOUSE


TUESDAY NIGHT, FEB. [L

Manhattan Opera Co.
Will present
THE STANDARD COMIC OPERA

"FRA DIAVOLO"

Wednesday Matinee
"THE ROYAL PRINCE"
Wednesday Evening
"OLIVETTE"

Seats on Sale at Hankins'
Drug Store.

Dance every Tuesday night.



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


_**\VANTED-Coaster brake bic:.cle,
cheap. d.>2t
L Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Holmhnes return-
S \ed yesterday from Norwich, N. Y.,
-where they were called by the death
of Mrs. Holmes father.

Mr. and Mrs. Edw. McCreary and
family, including Mrs. McCreary, Sr.,
*ive-passenger touring car for sale returned Saturday morning from a
cheap. W. H. Gardiner, 110 S. Beach weeks 'visit with relatives at Orange


Street. d-7-2t City.

Jas. P. Vining, of Ormond, trans- *Theladies of Daytona and vicinity
acted business in Daytona Saturday are cordially invited to attend Mrs.
afternoon. S. M. Ryan's Millinery Opening on
the' Shell Boat, Friday and Saturday,
The Civic Department of the Pal- Feb. 4 and 5. d2-4t
metto Club will meet tomorrow af-
ternoon at 2:30. Capt. R. H. Nutting, Steamer Path-


Miss Emily Randle entertained a
few friends at cards Saturday even-
ing at her home on Bay street.

Mrs. F. H. McGill, who has been
visiting with her brother, R. D.
Taylor and family at Daytona ;,aclI,


finder, of the Peckhands & Matthews
Steamship Company, of Cleveland, ar-
rved Saturday night from New York
for a visit with W. Clyde Spring and
Ins parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. L.
Spring. on WVest Second avenue.
Clyde was with Capt. Nutting on the
Likes during the past summer.


LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
11:32 today; 12:13 tomorrow.

THE WEATHER.
For Eastern Florida: Partly cloudy
tonight and Tuesday, frost In north
portion tonight, moderate northeast
winds.

**Middleton, good sign painter.

S. H. Gove is a DeLand visitor to-
day on business.

**LOST, Saturday, gold pin with
topaz. Reward if returned to Miss
Margaret Rhodes, 334 South Beach
Street. 7-1t

The following guests at the Magno-
lia went to St. Augustine Saturday
morning to spend a few days: Mrs.
Maud Wynn, and sister, Mrs. Mary
Lowe, Mrs. M. A. Phillips and Miss
Churchill.


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

Geo. H. Foote took his baby grand-
son, R. M. Bond, Jr., and the baby's
nurse, Miss Conrad, to DeLand, Sat-
urday, by automobile, to join Mr. and
Mrs. Bond in their new home at the
county seat. Miss Helen Fdote ex-
pects to go to DeLand tomorrow to
visit with them for a month or more
before returning to Europe.

The High School had an interest-
Sing musical and literary program Fri-
day afternoon in which Allan Shaw
gave two violin selections, accompa-
nied by Virginia Maley, and selec-
tions on Arbor Day were read by
Lessie Quatflebaum and Ruth Bond.
S. C. Harding, a retired music teach-
er of well known reputation gayia!
r s a lesson in music, reading and
afterv.ards sang "Rainy Day." much
to tile et-jjoymlent of the school.


Mrs. A. Hladfield lost two valuable
birds Thursday and Friday of last
week. Polly, a double-headed yellow
parrott, and handsome dwarf parrot.
Polly was a good bird, said her pray-
'-rs, and was quite a fluent talker.
She was ailing a few days, had med-
ical attention, but succumbed to an ap-
parent attack of asthma. The other
bird was all right at bed time, but
was found dead in its cage Saturday
morning.


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

At the Sunday morning service at
St. Mary's Episcopal church, a let-
ter was read from Bishop William
Crane Gray, of the diocese of South-
ern Florida, thanking this church for
its offering.. The three gold medals
for conduct and attendance at choir


*Pictures for card pritz at Rdxby's
tu & thu & w

Miss Mae Finley, of Daytona Beac.,
has taken a position with the Singer
Sewing Machine Co.. on North Beach.
street.

*Have you heard of the special
prices on birthday photos at Roxby's?
tu & thur & wk

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hathaway, of
of West Sommerville, Mass., and sea-
son guests of the Hotel Ormond, were
in the city today, driving down in
their car.

Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Wessman, of
Chicago, Ill.1 whose arrival was not-
ed recently, are located for the sea-
son with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fulgham,
on North Beach street.

Mrs. Charles Frank, of Columbus,
Ohio, arrived Saturday, for a visit
with Mrs. J. Schneider and daughter,
Miss Flora, on North Ridgewood ave-
nue.


Mrs. Sheppard and niece,
Spindler, arrivel Saturday from
ton, Ohio, and are located for
season in the W. H. Gardiner
tWge on South Palmetto avenue.


Miss
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FOSTER


The Home Mission of the M. E.
church, will meet Wednesday after-
noon at 3:00 o'clock for the election
of officers, and a full attendance is
desired.


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rff\ HPCSOUTHWARD BOUND cm
BOAIO venience at ALLE.MNHOX
Five Hund red Feet of Free Dock. Free Water, Home-Maajm-
Groceries at City Prices I.aunch 8uppqles. Wm CAfrM At
STOP Ov-ER and zK.jow the rnHIirG. we can .e.reched


C. Roy Miller, who owns property a ] NDIAN 1IVIR, Kto jII t,
Holly Hill and is well known in Day- g g
tona and vicinity, arrived Sunday
from Chicago, Ill., comiii --- 3 -' t Arght m"j q m
from Baltimor e experiencing som bitious young man in a good paying
rou .,ather. He expects to remain :legitimate business in Daytona. Ah "
until spring, small first payment required, balance .
from profits. References required.
C. R. M. Sheppard went up to Jack-1 Modern Methods Co., Orlando, Fla.
sonville Sunday morning and returned 4-3t
in the evening accompanied by Mrs.
Sheppard, who has bene under the FRIENDS MEET IN DAYTONA I
care of Dr. E. N. Leill, at St. Luke's 1 IE ,
Hospital for the past six weeks. Mrsj AFTER LAPSE OF FiTY YEARS.
Sheppard is now improving nicely. The almost general migratory habit ,
of the American people today, results R
Prof. J. Chaffer ,of Oak Hill. and quite often in the meeting at tourist week; $6.00 per M
his son, Prof. Herbert Chaffer, of places like Daytona of friends and
relatives who have not seen one an-, i TIr
Kingston, went down to New Smyrna, TtherfryarsNRAL M[
Saturday and took the census exam- othe fo years. I
nation. Returning Saturday evening An instance of this kind occurred west ind OenulI
nation. Returning Saturday eveningashrtieinwenSH.Gv'
J. M. Chaffer spent Sunday with his a hort time since, when S. H. Gove
faM. at hig n brother, C. E. Gove, and wife were '@I I I
family at Kingston. visiting here from Nahant, Mass. -
One day while Mr. Gove was killing Co ISrS
A number of the young people of time at the City Hall, he became en- i
Kingston met at the M. E. church, gaged in conversation with a gqntle- Can't
South, parsonage, Wednesday evening man from Springfield, Mass., who a
to help Rev. and Mrs. D. D. Dieffen- gave his name as Charles Ladd. When .
weirth celebrate the second anniver- Mr. Gove said that he was from Na- f By Ow
sary of their marriage. A candy pull, hant, Mr. Ladd said he was born and. *-i
the wedding march, etc., were feat- raised at Nahant and further quex-. TrE
ures of the evening, and a social time toning elicited the fact that they l
generally was enjoyed. had been companions and often fish-' r 4,o
ed together at that place fifty years a DLayI
**The Big Autos will leave fnr De- ago.


practice and church attendance were Land Tuesday at 9:00 o'clock a. m.,
awarded by Rev. A. J. Wilder, to from the corner of Beach and Magno-
three of the boys who stood Al, as lia streets, and will make regular
follows: Raymond Green, Duncan Mills trips every pleasant day thereaf-
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