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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 8, 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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IMPROVEMENTS MADE IN
SMITH CREEK BRIDGE DRAW
W. D. Bradshaw, Wiley Melton and
W. 8.- Edwards, who returned Sunaday
from the head of the river, where for
ten or twelve days they have been
mMring repairs on the Smith Creek
draw bridge, say that the draw is
now in fine condition and can be op-


ened or closed in one-third


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time formerly required and with mucl
more ease. The wheel used to han-
dle the draw has been replaced by a
lever, which they say even a child
can turn.


CHARGE


MADE THAT


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STREET IS TRYING TO INFLU-
ENCE THE ADMINISTRATION


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NEW YORK, Feb. 8-Charges that
the pronounced liquidation in the
stock market which reached near de-
moralization yesterday, and threatens
worse today, is for the purpose of in.
fluencing the administration at Wash-
ington and the Supreme Court of the
United States in dealing with trust%
are made by stock exchange experts
today.
They declare the "interests" am
giving the Supreme Court an obJec
lesson to prevent adverse rulings, ant
also want changes in proposed legislr
tion which would effect them. Wash-
ington dispatches indicate that the
same belief is held there .


01- SEN- B-ey O-idd and His Monster 200-Horsepower Benz. OldBeld Has Positively Announced That He Will Try for Records
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mWm TO A ISE. Automobile Race Meet
Bridge Companies .. .. $200
_. Merchants Bank, .. .. .. 50
TOMORROW WILL DETERMINE Merchants Bank, 50
Schantz Electric, Ice and
WHO WILL OFFICER DAYTONA' Water Co.,. ............ 5
W. M. Hankins ...... 25
FOR THE ENSUING YE"R. Fitzgerald & Oates .... 25
aywill close one of the most Gruber-Morris Hardware Co. 28
lot tamg aod warmly contested mu- W. H. Peters, ........ 25
idial mags is the recet his- L.M. Waite (Hotel Des-
try oC iayto a and tomorrow will plan) .. ........ 25
b winoll i e tecity .B.Gree ........ 25
trhes ^ year.Hilyard & Holroyd (Prince
There littlecmpetltion for the: Dayr George)...............25
meo of aolerman but for offices' Daytona Auto Transit Co. 25
wit salaries attached there to spir- E.D. Langworthy (The
lit" -omrov0e~y. Ridgewood )......... 25

The office of mayor is perhaps at- Bingham & Maley Co., Inc. 25
taslgt more attention than any one Bond Lumber Co..... 2.
e th R. 8. Maley .......... .25

^^7T~lt*EW*~eJ. B. More 25;; .;
d4aes: Neavy-T.Titus, E. W.Greene J.8Moore........... 2
Conrad Grocery Co.....
a m. H. ouber. L* H. Row & Co. 15
It is quite generally conceded that L.H. Rowe Co...... 15
Judge Titus possesses the greatest Ceasde Inn.. .........15
1'L,,' having the support of a Conrad 4 Bullard ...... 15
mnrrtth, *h>in< the support of a ^
majority of the business men and oth- Anthony Brothers......
i enry T. Titus......10.1
era who desire an up-to-date progress- henr T Tts .. 10.
s*Ive city. Daytona has long passed' The Chas. E. Gardinar Co. .. 10
out of its swaddling clothes and is Young's Pharmacy......
now on a wake of progress and pros-


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Crystal Theatre ...... 10.00
J. H. Allen ........ 10.00
Norman 8. Dayton .... 10.00
J. B. Garrison ........ 10.00
C, C. Barne ........ 10.00
R. H14. Lese .. .. .. 10.00
E. J. Mills .. ... .. 10.00
L. G. Lyman .. .. .. .. 10.00
Howard Y. StUIIlman .. .. 10.00
R. D. Johnson .. .. .. .. 10.00
C. 0. Chamberlain (Palmetto
House ).. .. .. .. .. 10.00
R. H. McDonald .... .. 10.G0
Geo. H. Clark .. ... 10.00
H. H. Manwiller (The Au.-


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M. L. Stanley ..
0. Brnumett ..
Eric D. Mills ..
H. M. Williams
H. T. McClellan
F. W. Pope ..


Graham Thompson......
T. F. Curtis ..........
T. B. Collins ..... ......
H. Van Dorn ..........
The Pines ...... .. ..


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NINE HUNDRED ANO FIVE DOL-
LARS ALREADY SOBSCRIBED-

ELEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY
NEEDED

Nine hundred and five dollars is
the amount already subscribed to-
ward the expenses of an automobile
tournament on the Daytona Beach
course next month. It is estimated
that $1150 will defray the expenses
of the tournament and insure one of
the most successful events ever held
cn the famous speedway.
Barney Oldfield has positively an-
nounced that he will go after the
mile record of 28 2-5 seconds with
his big 200-horse power Benz. Ar-
nold's Fiat will probably compete
with him for honors.
Robertson, DePalma and other not-
ed drivers have signified their in-
tentions of being here for the big
event.
A number of amateur races will
bo provided for. It has been sug-
tested that a Florida race be inau-


MEAT TRUST SLAPS THE NATION-
WIDE BOYCOTT AGAINST IT.
OK
NEW YORK, Feb. 8 Wholesale
and retail memAJj hreu
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reach the highest ever known before
this week ends.
They declare this is the answer
uf the packers to the nation-wide bop
cott. Packers, they say, are pull
more meat into cold storage and kill-
ing less and selling less at higbie
prices.
The wholesale price of lamb Is 3
cents above iomal today. Reta"
beef, mutton and pork is up 1 % to
3 cents per pound. The supply is de
cleared inadequate in retail markb
Similar conditions are foretold 9r
the entire country, which is depead-
ant upon the packers for supplies.

REPERENDEM SUFFRATE
VOTE PROPOSED.
ALBANY, N. Y.. Feb. 8-Senator
Brackett today introduced a bill pro
vidin- for a referendum vote by wo-
men of this State to determine whethb.
er or ndt they desire the right to
vote at general election. The refer-
endum is to be taken the day be-
fore the general election next fall
with the usual election machine.


DEATH OF FORMER


OHIO CONGRESSMA.N


Archibald Lybrand, of Delaware,
Ohio, died Monday afternoon at 2:30
from a sudden attack of indigestion.


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OPTOMETRIST.


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-- her d oowaroade beach. No
... v p- evher. a t rkot upo I*s
1-d- packed ands; BO one who
Mw f pedle a bicycle 6ver itso-
pans; Bo one who ever drove a
pradng pair of horm and Ulten-
tho popping of their .sael shoes
up 'tgo i4s aphaltun-lik face; no one
kif&. who ever steered a high-power an-
I.Ktouimobfle down the broad stretch of
uwave-washed and surf-packed sand


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bWt realized that it is a world-beat-
er. a world-wonder. Go stand upon
this wide speedway and see the hap-
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^ ~py souls .ilt U i nJfWY --A-,W---, ---,-
..... ^ answer whether this is not one of
SQUIGGS' BAKERY a the seven modern wonders.
PRODUCE0RS OF THE The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.
S-----ECTIO OF 5 Where think you is water with more
Lf= 0U picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
0 ..... mile w!dec fringed with tropical vege-
INmtation, artistic cottages with roomy
rm --- --g go" verandas looking out upon her bosom
.....~. ~ c S (gamey food fishes in countless num-
5nummA..u 9S-0 0 bears b-ckoning, as it were, to those
*_ 3p Wom &i,&0 S with rod and reel; her bosom fleck-
B w =11 A Wu.et at 5 ed with duck and coot and snowy-
S4 1 winged sea birds, which sit about as
No. W North Beach Street. U
0 if for the sport of bobbing upon the
waves; watch that lubberly old
^B^^^^ ^^^Bmemem.- white headed pelican pouch a fat
"---. ... mullet, and that fish hawk struggling
MACSS BREAD upward with his floundering load he
TB REAL SUFF snatched from the water.
-*MAC -SC -AFE 0 See the beautiful launches, spick
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t I -- and span, their hampers and lockers
SB,,AL THING O bulging with refreshments both solid
-mmi_- -----_---de and liquid ready for a cruise upon th
r -..... ... m __-_:_= : beautiful surface. Take out your flel
--- W---- W-* glass and sweep the river from
TOMuKMA RIVER and Ormondg bride to Ponce Park
NEW SMYRNA 0 light house, then say whether the
5buu 0 Halifax isn't a thing of beauty and
L Z Z Z a* a joy forever, and one of the modern
L uI st, Fastest and ExoeUlent Ser- wonders.
-. L"EZ. LZNWOOD, Mgr. wonders.
h1-** The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge-
U- -- 0 wood.


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D -_-UstraUu gnglne can be seen at U
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E.T, PITCHER
HAVANA CIGARS 2
Nofth beack St. Daytona Fla&
CALL OR KTY CIGARq .
Clear Havana Smokers 5c.


jJAMOB ESPEDAJHL
Contractor and Builder
t Degner and Craftsmn
Superinteuds Construction of Buildd-.
SInes. Plans and Specifications
m on Short Notice. "
SDAYTONA, FLORIDA.


SOSCAR MICHAEL
CONTRACTOR
a Filling and Grading
Heavy Hauling a Specialty.
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5 I& Always found Alt
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Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest
of a broad ridge, straight as the crow
flies and the wide-apreading branches
of the heavy-trunkod 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 the
right and then to the left you see dis-
tinguished cottage homes in the most
delightful settings.
SSee the glistening leaf of the grand
magnolia which nature has varnished
-as no: artists' bush ever could; and
the cabbage palms with their burdens
of showy fruit and swaying palms;
see the lovely holly with its exquis-
ite berry; see the climbing vines
run riot in the trees; see the cryp-
togamons forms which gain a foot-
hold on the great oaks ;/"d stately
palms, and -surely you will join in
the chorus and say that this is a
world wonder for beauty .
Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage
Homes.


No one of Daytona's attractions,
perhapss commands more nearly uni-
versal attention and praise than does


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AUTO OWNERS, ATTENTION-
We are about to enjoy another rise In
Rubber. Don 0 you think it will pay you
now to Investigate the merits- of Vuleanls-
tig. With proper work you get one-third
more mlleage---quite an item at the parent
timp. Practical work done at TH]f VUL-
OANIZRfS, COTTAGE AVENUE, Wm. S.
McGregor.
FISK TIRES for FLORIDA ROADS

FOUND AT LAST
A place on Beach Street where
you can get Hot Chocolate that's
made right and served with Whip-
ped Cream 5c a cup.
T. F. CURTIS & SON


See Dunn Bros.


25c Window.





BUSINEiSS ANDT
|i PROFESSIONAL |
m ADVERTISEMENTS I


Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G.
Daytona Office over Gille's Pharmacy, hours
2:00 to 4:00 p. m.
Nose. Tbroat. Lums ad Rhntis treated
by th e Eectre-Ther.os-Viratory Method.
Daytona Beach Offlce in The Van Valzah
Block, hours8:00 to 10:00 a.m. Special hours
by appointment.

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. DR. F. H. HOUGHTON

!i Dentist |
S^3 Offlce In Peck Block U
* PHON St West End South Bridge
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N OSTEOPATHY
SDR.L. C. Herman
SGraduat& under A. T. Still, founder of
- Osteopathy at Klrksville, Missouri.
. NINTH BEACON IN DAYTONA
SLocated on Volusia Avenue, I doors
West of Beach St., opposite The Gables
* 'Phone 40. Lady attendant
*momemimmomomemeemeumomm

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m E. L: STEWART 0
SPhysician and Surgeon
0 X-ray and High Frequency
N Appratus.
_ 'Phone 82. 4th door'. west of P. .
non on o on on eon onomenono

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US. H. GOVE
E ARCHITECT, BUILDER
Sand CONTRACTOR
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C ('orner RidgwocKl and Volu.siti. 0
S Telcephone S9.
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superficial observt. With such lav-
ish wealth of natural O bu t *
came an easy thing for the
man to give the, flnishInb toiphee
which have wrought out the 0iU
and ontlnex of the big-picture..
im did all this in the laying ot
of the streets with their wide m&Zgiib
of parkage. The entire city beo1caali
a great park, with driveways later-
secting. miles upon piles of drive-
ways so goou as to attract motorists
from all over the continent.
And as for the pavements, pave-
ments that look and act like granite,
-where else between the eastern
and western seas are so many miles
in proportion to inhabitants? The
pavement question stands with the
street as one of the chief drawing
cards. Till some unheard of
place reports more and better, Day-
tona throws down the gauntlet to the
world.
Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Frut.
Whatever oone's shortcomings and
however indifferent or even callous
one may be to many things, the mere
mention of "flowers and Squirrels,
birds and fruits" will send a thrill
that is reflected in distended pupils
and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare goo-
ber there is a bunny ready to come
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt
upright and knaw into the meat,
casting furtive, saucy glances at you
meanwhile.
Flowers. Usually fresh and bloom-
ing the year 'round You are reminded
of Goldsmith's couplet where
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid
And summer's lingering blossoms
are delayed.
In one yard roses of varigated hues
predominate; another household has
a penchant for the poincetta and the
premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a Jungle of tall cane. Variety
is the spice of life and here is where
you find It.
The birds flit in, and with their
Joyous notes help to give fullness
and symmetry to the picture.
As tor fruits, choice citrus fruits,
Daytona yields the palm to none for
quality and quantity per acre. There
are scores of citrus groves in prox-
imity to the city, branches bending
to the earth with their burdens of
luscious golden globes, which for
beauty, proflicacy and all desirable
qualities would truly astonish you.
The Fastest Autos and The Finest
Out.
The seventh world wonder, do you
ask? Come, whether from Missouri
or from Maine, from Kalamazoo or
Timbuckto, and you will be "shown."
Here is where the world's record for
speed fs broken with every recurring.
season/ Autos, the biggest, the fast.
est, and the finest are on daily parad,
and the big show is as -free as the
pure artesian water from the thous-
ands of flowing wells. It is a con-
tinuous show with constantly shift-


ing scene.
Everything goes, from a 2-horse
power, up to a 200-horse power, and
all degrees of speed from acanter to
a two-mile-a-minute clip. You will
probably catch the spirit, when you
do the roads and the beach are yours.
The Florida sunshine is free, the


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their cotry norta B
are now r*ci.('
age from the = d
class of tourists
The mean average t
degrees in the r uma
in the winter, with a
extra rise or drop of a few1
nation, marks this Wras on
healthful locations in
the country, north, easts
The ocean itself, wiftibq
beach, hard as emacadon
as a floor, is the -r-ut--
although earth and air.
to have entered into a.
to en1honCe its every *
beach is the famous aai
course where every
away record has been i4
these records it continam.
without rivalry.


The sand of this famous
is composed largely of tha
the coquina clam, which -
one-half inch long and
For ages Nature has
them up, washing them -
surf and pulverizing them.
under the microscope ema
is round, unfit for mora
say, because its smooth
its holAig together, t
contemplate, the very iown*
leaves the wet, appmaidtly
these round particles
into a cement almost a s l
phalt, beyond the U
one who has mnotsee it

it is entirely rebuilt by
The beach has a width of 3MI^ ^
feet, and ca be used frMsta
after until two horms b e sm
thus giving an aveag l
eight hours fo ICtoiM MlH^
part of each day.
Seahreeec and Dafons a
have a permanent
phrohimaiDy 150on StBed 1H
nanices, art strict" 9i^
and sidewalks are welln he^
new streets are being opetw t-
as the increasing busi
imands. Besides hotels' a d-
houses there is ample aCON*
maodation for all winter viuili
Seabreeze contains a
opera house and a Ct-0n1o
SChurch; at- Daytona Beach is .
Church. An excellent hio Dtd
.s situated near the division ,-
tween the two towns. Both*i.
have enterprising business -
lishments, as is evidenced byr
advertisements on the left and.
All the attractiveness of'"
applies to Daytona Beach, the
towns being so similarly si
The development of Daytona
has been fully as phenominal M..
sister on the north, and each
there is a substantial growth,


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Seabreeze

Six Acres of Park-
age. All Modern
Improvements

Rates: $3.00 per
Day and up


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FLORIDA


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While at
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LUNCH
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Tonsorial Parlor
Oldest stand In town
NKW SMYRNA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
Removed Without
Pain
ISANITAyt BATH1

PURE

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Cold Drinks

The Best of Every-
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Meals for Transients
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Frank M,.oa, -rr-.
Bates: f3.00 Pnd 12.)
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JAS. CARNELL
ORMOND, FLA.
Manurlcturer of
Pure Home-Made

UAVA JELLY
MARMALADE AND
TRPiCAL
PRBMERES
Sp~Attent. to
mWOnMOv AWAaM A-t~
Pan-American Ex-
position-Buffalo
West India Exposi-
tion-Oharleston
TLoulstiana Purchase
Ex position. Rt.[ouls


E. C. TOTMAN
SORMOND, FLA.


I Fine Groceries
Vegetables Fruits
1.lt Pnd Smoked
MEATS


M0"UNODROVE
OIRANOES
and
Grapefruit-
Best Grown
G roy:- on St. Auwus-
tine AUloinobiiv
Rofld 1DMll- S
N-rth of
HOTEL ORMOND
Beed, Knox and
Beed Company
Ef If)oW Postoffice


, OiMOND is liv miles nra of
DAytbma1 locatpE oa the wead
bak of the Balifex Rivr. Tim W.
cation of the own jpwnits 61 g9bA
dralaw -so piq t!
elevation is s perb abd ida for
winter homns. A wida bridge 1on.
mects Ormond with Oan"d BOl I
Ma"y ae rerr4muse are f ain.
tainted on either id of the river,;
mot of the m hed with sub-.
tropical fora and ahrubbsry, besides,
thrifty orange aed other citrus fruit
trees.
The town is very cosniopolitan,
has :kn excellent graded school, sev- i
eral churches, a fine public library,1
up-to-date places of business and
comfortable and convenient hotels
-ad boarding houses.
0-nond has many of the Florida !
at tions---fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent automobiling, safe boutin,.
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
the broad Atlantic.
Thc 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 invitn-
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 a.o, and drive to the planta-
tions of hospitable/settlers, whose
places are replete with the interest
of Southern fruits and flowers.
One of these interesting planta-
tiors is Number Ni-e,locjt 4 pthi
peninsula, five miles north of the
SHotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
orange grove, together with great va-
Srieties of other sub-tropical fruits
and flows.
Five miles further on you come to
Moundgrove, one of the finest orange
groves in this section of Florida.
Mouidgrove is ou 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.
ipfiTTA AND ROOMS TO LET-
IIlll$ff Furnish, d; Modern Inm-
,CvoToSi provements; on River
SFront or Side Streets. R.-nts Roasonable.
! Vr.. to W. F. COLBY at Ormond,


ON






IF nV A"r WAY
!UTZUWW=D
IN PROPERTY IN
OBRMOND OR
ORMOND REACH
He Will Give Your
Business Prompt
Attention


MIL tED LODGE
(Formerly Mildred
Villan)
On River Front
ORMON I), 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 EROVE

On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South of Ormond

One of the Finest
Groves in Volusia
County .


VISITORS
WELCOME


THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

"NUMBER NINE"
Their Reputation
is Established. No
Comment is Really
Necessary.
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PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
(Inc.)
OWNeR of the BEST
River Front
PROPERTY
IN PORT ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands
See...
E. F. OATES. Sec.,
Dovtoha, or
W. C. HOWES, Agt
Port Orange.


PORT ORANGE is a pretty little
village situated five miles south of
Daytona on the Daytona-New Smyrna
hard-surface road, the scenic highway
of the East Coast. The town is lo-
cated on the Halifax River, over
which spans a bridge from the town
to the peninsula opposite.
The town is well laid out and has
many pretty homes owned and occu-
pied by residents and winter tourists.
It has several churches, one of the
best graded schools in Volusia
county, two general stores, a real
estate agencv and two or three hotels.


PORT ORANGE
BEACH

Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
Convenientto Auto-
mobile Riwt" (ours,
and Bridge.
Apply to
WM. C. HOWES
AgPnt
Port ()ratnge, Fln.


Do THA E AHRNSOF
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VOLUSIA
COUNT


DlNAD, W-AL



A. D. VMURRIDU
ProdMut
J. B. OONRAD
Vie Premdent
IS. A. WOOD
Olahler ,


G. W. Fisher
Drug C9.
Drugs, Stti6u"ry,
Huylor's Candies,
]KoA-lki Cigars
DzLAND, FLA.


Ji. w. PERKINS


Attorney and
Counsellor


at Law


Will Practice In
State and
Federal
Courts

DzLAND, FLA.


W. D. HAYNES
Grocer
DzLAND, FLA.
E"We Speak for
Your Trade."


LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
SPracticing In all
SState and Federal
courts
Special facilities for
investigating and
perfecting titles
r).LAND, FLA.


STEWART & BLY
Isaac A. Stewart
Egford Bly
Mary Stewart
Attorneys at Law
WJ Noai,$les Public
I DrLAND, FLA.


"FOUNTAIN'S
DiLAND, FLA.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


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


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eq& pment; nearly no0 ewdow.
ment; a Carnegi library alos rap-
resent Ding an vetmeat n bildig,

sendament and books, of me thain
as$120,000 Th lib is the United
States Governmsit story f acultyh
0State prof Floridae and _rbo ovTer




15,000 vol-me- Scien-ceHal o
aof the newest of a buildings with
equpmet; nearly $M=0, .dow.




imet; a Carnegie, letbay alan outlay
resenting an investment in building,
endowment and books, of moms than,
$120,000. The library is the United
States Government deoioY for the
State of Florida, and '-ont ve
15,000 volumes. Science Hall, as
of the newest of 16 buildings, with
its fuzrpishirtgs, represents an outlay
of $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of
the most beautiful college buildings
in the South.
The city has a population of about
3,500, with a thickly settled country
adjacent. DeLand proper is five
miles east of the St. Johns River, on
the high, rolling pine land of the
great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.
The predominating Vodu%,s are
oranges and grapefruit, the estimated
crop from this vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes
peaches, pears, Japan proashuauns,
plums, pecans, guavas, strawberries
and other fruits are grown in plenty.
In the way of public i~upoO.ueats
are many miles of fine shell roads, an
excellent high school, electric lights,
a system of waterworks that is owned
and operated by the city, supplying
the purest water at little cost
Nine houses of worship testify that
DeLand is a church-going commu-
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth-
odists (Northern and Southern), Pres-
byterians, Christians and Catholics,
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
The graded school offers a ten
years' course, and the building which
it occupies is newly furnished
throughout, and is one of the most
commodious and best equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DeLand
is Fmade by automobile in a little
? rW 4. ^U L." + 9^
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 automobile. go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
marl roads; the St. Johns is crossed by
ferry near Osteen and cars can then
continue to Sanford and Orlando by
hard road. There is a shell road
from DeLand to Orange City, five
miles, and a good road from DeLand
to Lake Helen, a like distance.


BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO.


Manufacturers


BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
Manubetwmer
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
AgentU:
cmavunr ift"a
Parokl Rool~a
Whitehall OmeM&
ElDorudo Plbte
IGeorda Olay ia
gB:16ouflad rahl
DzLAND, FLA.


ALLEN'S
Next to Potatol*e
DRUGGISTS
JEWUT-LRS
DmPANiD, F1AA.


A.IH.WO!OAL

The
TLaaing
GROCER

DULAND, FLA.

J.A.
ERICKSON
&CO.
Largest Stock of
Pianos, Org 00 am
Sewi*% macbia.



I Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Sho


Manufactu at
Buggles and amnvin


SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSURANCE
AGENCY
DELAND, FLA.
MILAS B. WRIGHT
Mtn~tiger


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in f "3 ii.t a.4:6M. "M-t t.eir lHit BALL 6AME TOMORROW B
g^" I? ." DaAYTONA v.. ROLLINS. TIK ITTINA lIt fIS
tX0 -lo ftf. n, or o Am** o
as&' -mimi t Ba<" 0 f Lover df that rat Ameulcan summhed -1
?. had" n11 l.f .of. i. b-lr.for- me. -ball, should not forget
;x. t ^ .. ..-i, -wbayvqr be ba la aCOI j Their for- ..me .- T*ri-i *nrMaai
'*, WA N "RI. T tU Wl --'a very much -e,.-", for at-- the game to be played tomorrow a T. SS.-.
-A r THM WAY ON TRIP TO- t r r sto-a ,'sP aD of ternoon, .Harrison's Park, between G F.Omw h r
METWTH MANY....... "e-i- "- cheery 1g"- (f ,.,_ ,,,.. ,, -,, ytonar an4 the Rollins College tmmb.r 1h poas w i
N.A.. NETc e -.WITH MANY =90 099.06.n!...[.s ---a- .-- -, --t JberothePost oe*
beach they sWw before th e fi The RIolis College boys played at g-aytemsotae unde the Aet o.
TMWUU NOT ON THE PROGRAM of a elnele camp. Upon q Ormond yesterday afternoon snd are March 6iw. __
Sa naoblfl touring the Indians,, who luckily. were able to play there again this afternoon.
,npea P--- -ngithe elcted- th ..-- Quite a number from this city at-
...-M .an ._-Mrs. E ._ speakB kh,teee deltheteMondaye... .a Ben-
iPNo2"- mMr. and -rs. ILcBrack-"ment that they were only a few miles tendedthe Monday game and Ben -r
a three ldren of New York from Lake Okeechobee, and miles and Jamin Foltz pitched one or more in-
; Min aHughes, of'Scranton, Pa.; miles from civilization, except that nings for Ormond. Manager Nash, et t
mme AUlsport. of Cincinnati, Ohio, represented by their outfit. of the Daytona team, says there was
-I Fred J. Baird, of Warwick, N. The Indians were very much a good deal of heavy hitting during T
T., which left this cilt) the 14th of pled with the automobiles, apparently the play and the score ran high, but T alks.
Iit month, continuing their Journey not having seen one before. They the field work was excellent.
1ho Jacksonville to Miami, met did not trust themselves to come near The Daytona boys are good ball By EDWIN A. NYE.
Wh some extraordinary experiences er than five to ten feet of the ma- players and though it is somewhat
a the way, in most part due to their chines The Semlnoles sat up all difficult for them to find time to MODERN HERODS.
having strayed from the none too night watching the autos never speak- practice at this season of the year, The milk trust of Cik-ago has raled
nih acig th5 ato, neer peak-
,U 4elnnd highway. ing unless spoken to, and the merm- they are in fine shape to meet the the price of milk rroni to cents per
The light difficulties encountered' bes of the touring party es pcially Rollins team and the game promises quart. alleging te big ,pr:ve of eed
tm Jacksonville to Daytona did not the ladies, to whom the Seminoles to be an interesting one. and the greater utwatis o 0 e dairy-
la any way prepare them for those were as much of a curiosity as the The game is to be called at men.
with which they were confronted lat- automobiles were to the Indians, also 2:30 p. m. Which bson(.l pIU'-iip. bt--
on. Through many difficulties th spent a rather uneasy niIf you buy li!k y ti e pi the
spn ius*nnyumute eernt a rather uneasy? nig-ht, their fit- ONL ULVNpiei et.;prltto )c
ket of which were blowouts, broken ful slumbers being filled with dreams JOHN L. SULLIVAN price Is 5 .e Ir ,.nt ,r .t cets
S and clutches that would not hold of Indians with scalping knives, alli- SAILS FOR EUROPE. per u t .u poor ot the c
k Hill, Titusille, Rockledge and gators and wild beasts lurking around BOSTON, Feb S8-John L Sullivan, That heas tb t-ei poor o the city.n
Ndbourne were successively passed ._.. who are th e.at at.e e tj. lpU
w left behind Through sand mud c he "only John took his departure pay more tr milk Ltua t te cli.
..letbehi Tr o ,u boards Setting out early the next morn- for the Old World today and some of The telni.tent folk do riot b)Uy tilk
sad aterup o th runingboards
tthe acarsfordg n lakes and around cing and making little time through the\ best talent in the boxing and by tbe quart. Iw vm wu.t v w ,u
-stumps, lay the course. Thegreat- ntinued wate, mud and sacd west theatrical world were present to say in swall quauli:ic ..a. ly I s.'Il -
s enjoyment of the trip was thee Jupiter was finally reached which w 'bon voyage." When Sullivan engag- tieful or te ,usiiiae w ;lLil milk iy the
m enjoyment o the trip wful repast pre the first sight of civilization for about' ed the bridal suite on the steamer pint.
p. After a delightful repast pr-three days. I Ivernia two weeks ago, his friends And t fnr,:e ,f tiir pvertrty thet
&ared by tbf- ladies the party would~
ed byu th ladies When within twelve miles of Palm began suspecting him of taking a poor of Chiago .omust pay 2 '
~wer cap ire, mo ing Peachebegan suspectingl hirmtheofmilkkingn th
ter round the camp fire, smokingI Peachevery leaf in a spring was bride, so his sailing today was not as CENT MORE tor rhoir 'nilk thil
aad exLhanging comments on the ad- broken, and the distance to Palm quiet as he anticipated or wlI t' 1(
ventures of the day. Beach had to be made on the frame. Do you w.ptte h. i t
From Melbourne to Fort Pierce was a rest of several days the party "INGOMAR" AT OPERA loe poi.e*y
Smother continuous struggle with mud4 motored to BoThntone poor tainiii., ha terabies. hey
Wad and water. Sticking in sand to Bonton, and then on toami HOUSE LAST NIGHT. have Uire i.bs a1 th riu. le
*^ ^ ^Miami. equatlouu Is* lilikf this:
t0 axles, it took all the engines pow- I he adventure was unique in that it "Ingomar, The Barbarian Chief," More babip-le.-s !nnty.
r and the aid of a half dozen negroed was the first expedition of the kind was presented by Allen Holton ,'at Less money higher price.
W more to release the cars from the on which women and children were the Daytona Opera House Monday Babies nuist luvei milk. Their little
of the a Sa& carried. And it was no little exper- evening under the aupices of Live stoiaco Will ot dige"t or a4miilate
ark te government road near lence for the men of the party who Oak Chapter, No. 1, 0. E. S., and more substantial food.
WUt City., the party felt secure as had to meet almost insurmountable Abigail Bartholemew Chapter D. A. Milk 5 a nWcvwity where there Is a
f tiir direction, but a wrong choice difficulties offered by the terrible R., and a delightful evening was spet I baby. And thue me who .mnag the
bewen the forks threw them off the condition of the roads., y those who enjoy high class mono- mk trust kibw thit. With a bbt m
During the afternoon the Florida is noted for its good roads logue acting. poor babie alike.
tlkt car which contained the most of and, while the route to Miami may The Shakesperian drama was not if the milk is impure the babies will
tMe baggage, ran into a real lake of not be among the best of them, the thle only attraction of the evening, diea od thousands do die on that ae-
1ater across the road. The lake was difficulties of this party arose prin- however, as a fine musical program coun It there Is not enough milk
t em crossed, but the triumph was cipally from their lack of knowledge was rendered. 1 the baby will cry and languish and
aort lived for a half mile further an- &f the proper route to follow and then Mr. Holton did a fine bit of acting d9
6er was encountered. This one was losing their way south of White City. in the impersonation of Ingomar. the T milk trust knows that thoua=d
of watr. The c#ntinu- low ANTLERED HERD TO misery aspirant fsor te hand o ar rv the ta
*cems of water. The continued low thenia, the heroine, and in so doing: t house baby will get Its milk. It
speed caused considerable difficulty HAVE BIG DOINGS. showed a wide vesatality in character there ii oo money the mother will go
with the engines, which demanded Big doings are scheduled by the portrayal. One of the largest audi- to the pawnbroker up at the corner.
eomtant care and attention. local loige of Elks this evening. Sev- ences of the season greeted the the Now-
At one very large lake, the second performance. The following young Investigation shows the farmers are
car was stalled, and had to be un- eral candidates will be slid over the ladies acted as ushers: Misses Flor- ti Do more money for their milk
loaded, the ladies carried and the car slippery slides, after which a big ence Cook, Marguerite Shields, Ruth than before the raise. The trust is
Itself hauled by ropes to the shore, feed will be spread for the members Rodgers, Lee Bowers and Flossie ot the onysueezn at ra cent oat
Overtaken by night the party camp- and visitors. Bingham. 2 CENTS EXTRA ON THE} QUART


IJudge Henry T

1* 1 A el I Ar0 A&


Titus


Camnd~ida~te tr Mavnr nf ca(uF n~ iau,%,,d. ;


UUT" UO THiff MOTHER LOVE FOR
THE BABY.
Could there be a meaner thing?
The New Testament, which tecthes
love. contains few curses, but it has
one especially reserved for the spoil-
ers of babyhood.
It says in substance that he who of-
fends one of these little ones would
better tie a stone about his neck and
drown himself in the depths of the a.


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How Sugar Melts.
If we drop a lump of sugar into a
cup of tea we tind It takes a conslder-
able time to melt if allowed to remain
at the bottom of the veaqel. but If we
hold It up lu the s*xxu near tbe mur-
face o( the liquid It dissolvesI much
more rapidly. This is owing to the
sugar a It melts rendering the porUon
of the te coontalning It heavier. The
sweetetwid ptart. therefore, descends,
lnaring the Pttg r constantly Ino contact
wUh uuswtwetttww or only pastmlay
vwcetPtq'd teil- fIIact. a eoatnuhal
rirrulltlkin of fluid In promoted until
the while tiW ulLqolved. Wben the
sugar le phis-e, tbhe l lmo ,, of tbe ,'up It dhoiwes oatil
tbt l:-r of fluid uext it Ii tborougbly
swve4ud tJr cKituruate. when It prac-
ti-ally evnuseM to dli'olve any fUarhber.
t1w owet-t-tied ard bt:.vler tratum
above It i acting fur a -onskierable, time
until the law of difftunloun coes gradu-
ally Into Islay. like an In4ewrious cov-
'-rig. In keeping back the fighter, un-
sweetened fluid above; heoc the rea-
son also why stirring. in breaking up
the saturated layer and allowing ac-
cess to the onsweetened portion. so
effectual In bringing aboul the uni-
form sweeteuing of tea. Life Is not In-
frequently sweetened by the ame @Ur-i
-ag up wrces.
"Put that tInto your pipe and smoke
It" Is an alulon to t b pipes o pee
or war that ai, .-. smnly smoked by
some Indian trUi*.


Meannss to a Blind Man.
A man with dark glamm over his
eyes touched the conductor on the
shoulder as the car neared Euclid ave-
nue and East FIfty-fifth street.
"'Pardon me." the man said, "but If
you're the conductor I want to ask a
favbr. I'm blind, and I want you to
lead me over to the curb wbeo the car
stood If you'll b es o rt -


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Homlit and Comfortable. Directly on
Uwi bfting and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
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S IVY LANEINN" N
BO--ra to the M to t particular people. Central location.
mivem, em than two blocks from the clubs, bank, post offlct,
E5-1 OMUO per a-y-4IM and higher per week.
-- to X .
Wmn. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor..


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Among the new guests noted at
The Ridgewood yesterday were: Mr.
and Mrs. John Raynor, Westhampton,
L I.; Mr. and Mrs. L. S. W0oonsock-
et, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Long and son,
Chattanooga, Tenn.; -J. C. Horton,
New York; D. W. Stonehorn and
wife, Wallansburg, OnL; -Jas. W. Ste-
wart, Jacksonville; Mrs. H. E. Dar-
ling, Troy, N. Y.; M. C. Paul, Phila-
delphia; C. H. Wright, Brooklyn;
Mrs. W. R. Morris, Knoxville, Tenn.;
'Geo. A. Steyvesant and wife, Brook-
lyn, and the following party from
Cranford, R. I., Miss Dorothy Sperry,
Mrs. M. C. Thomas, E. R. Miller, Mrs.
G. Miller, also the following party
from Fargo, N. D., Mr. and Mrs. E.
H. Magill, Miss Grace M. Baker. Win-
nipeg.
SHIRT WAIST STRIKERS
RESUMED WORK TODAY
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 8-Having
compromised all difficulties, all the
shirt waist strikers here returned to
work today, closing a severe struggle
of seven weeks, which has cost the
operatives more than $200.o0i. The
strikers received a majority of ilhe
concessions in the compromise.
"PUG" JOHNSON'S TRIAL
HAS BEEN POSTPONED.
NEW YORK, Feb. 8-Jack John.son,
heavy-weight champion, will not be
tried before the March term of co.rt
for assault on Norman Pindtr, the
consumptive negro. The case v \as
btricken from the present calendar in


pifa atmrhe flau lh e,
Sa ra mw M 3 cc Ca. -who
*Wi a winter kome In thb dtir....
Roe"n arrivals at t. IVy' L a4
I= are: .Oeo. M. _e-ol- Ph-A_-
|hNa; 3. 8. Short, Pulaakl TeMk; &
5 Irsh and wift;, De-a rU a .;
.r and Mrs. N. 8. HLarrts, vanston,
UL; Dr. and Mra. D. H. LGong, Chk.-

ier amd s. J, ]A. DmwIl.
-ta atTe )eedalnd, O6L and Mrs.
ar an a Ml MKok Wider em-
10 a phemaft _&ut-ot I111e i1iw to
New yrImna Sunday aftel-M with
Mr. and Mrs. Thee. White In their
touring ar..
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Barnett, Mra.
J. E. Glezen and Mis Alta Glmen,
and chauffeur came d6wn from Jack-
MIaville In an automobile Monday
and were guests at The Ridgewood.
They leave this morning on their re-
turn to the metropolis.
Yesterday's arrivals at The Des-
pland include: Arthur Gordon, Hali-
fIx; T. W. Weeks, Cornwall-on-the-
Hudson; C. W. Screinger and wife,
Columbus, Ohio; A. Kern, J. W.
Jones, Bellaire, Ohio; W. H. Cass and
wife, Detroit, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. F.
A. Wilcox, Miss Genevieve Wilcox,
Jamestown, N. Y.; Geo. R. Taylor
and wife, Buffalo, N. Y.; Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Daval, New Orleans; J.
H. Braker, Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Wilcox and
daughter, of Jamestown, N. Y., are
in the city for a week or more on
their first visit to the State. Mr. Wil-
cox is the head of the firm of Wilcox,
Birchard & Co., wholesale grocers, fcrt
whom F. M. Rowe, of this city, trav-
eled for five years, previous to com-
ing to Florida. Mr. Wilcox and family
who are making a tour of the State,
are guests of the Despland while
here.


All are invited to attend these
services.
HOME CURE FOR ECZEMA


Does it not seem strange that so
many people suffer ytar in and year
out with eczema.
A 25 cent bottle of a simple wash
stops the itch ind will surely convince
any I)atient.
This washi is cemlj)('Sd o(f mi!d and
soothing oil o(f winter ret-n mixed with
thynmol and glycerine, t tc and is
known as 1). D. 1). Prescription. We
do not know how long the I). 1). 1)D.
Laboratories will continue the 2.5 cent
otfer, as the remedy is regularly sold
only in $1.to bottles and has never
before been put on the market on
any special offers


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iPude.nt waosw e was n--- f...e
hat putri beef to kew h f ""0
heaOim t bto .wy Pla-to ey %ft.#4K
day Metao rDodge rmumi s 'd
Dr R t suolthd at tUe Whte HBWo
Dstge t de terie =b the fptefte
committee of thie rln. wbHl& b e-
pU- thpog t fhe te"o Ume *I
Pl9 the MteWmO at t e
White f rQinr t Boom% aftkft
lTha listen Ilt ailguyt thdoat toh


ft ROWN"P~i
Dr.Josto y who wee a isilw er
pggr *bb (. gS,

.wae WW.. AMt tft* docwt'r b-e
h called becka oIft rhaietg caits a
dos."
The rainall in exemive" Immedi-
ately corrected the doctor.
Dr. fBatom then vetured down the
step to determine the force of the
elements aod wasv thoraoogbtly drenched
by the driving main. Hurlang back
upon the porch, he exclaimed. "Indeed,
it is raki ig pitchforks!"
The student glanced at the doctor
questioningly, who was visibly em-
barrassed because of his exaggerated
reference to the Storm. In coiuftubn.
he ditsmissed hi visitor after giving
him the use of an umbrella.
On the way bome the student ran
Into a projection of an awning, which
pired a hole Into the umbrella.
The Dart day both men were plan-
ning explanations and apologies the
doctor for using -patchfork-" and the
tndent for ruining an umbrella
Dr. Basoom lost no time In relieving
his mind, but was Interrupted by the
grateful -tn'nr, who saw the way to
explanation made very clear, when he
said:
"Doctor, the term you applied to last
nlgbt's rain was correct. Thus your
umbrella was struck by one of the de-
scending pttchforks."-Pearson's Week-
ly.
Her Unfashionable Figure.
Emma-I must go right away to at
cure In Marlenbad.
"Indeed: What doctor ordered that'
"No doctor-my dreemaker."--ile-
gende Blatter.
Punhmet iM a cripple, but he 0.
rtvs.-4' hnlfh Proverb.
ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICES.
St. Mary's, Daytona-Service and
sermon 10:30 a. m.
Grace Church, Port Orange-Ser-
vice and sermon 3:00 p. m.
Grace Church, New Smyrna-Ser-
vice and sermon 7:30 p. m.
Regular Lenten Services until Holy
Week.
Wednesdays-Morning Prayer and
Litany 9:30.
Thursdays-Holy Communion, Even-
ing Prayer and Lecture 4:00 p. m.
Fridays-Litany 9:30 a. m.


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me 8L V .day oues itsa contiudeittc
'hooi* bsgr has Its pnkacika as well as w-~
w -0 -i--le to fiawy ~puuper., silk. 1bwte and tingel.
SIMsrbIUM bIS ea Slid hilgh Iorivev pIrevitil. the ~ otw,t
Or fact tbot a rmesa a."ia'. IIK)ls nli
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ate Beauty of the City is as

of the Universe left It.


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i linh.mld twteir
in so lm their isi b It & ho
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soreTn no A U W616aw.
^Ro H a m e waoI
LJBM-BI j*rs or aftf-gif. as
inw* b h e niusd, u d it pate*
m ihor aned a If. usconwu
Tft- Y M rub asbold be oba
mf,. nbbks by their ad
%.al _Nler, be partial sa.
te e oband eand not al
Sthe tbrd i Whole weoh
AM *on their arp but w
dteat, ears-Watchword.

More Them One Way.
Te caller, a man whomr
ktown in the old town back I
hrtvanIa. bad dropped in to I
tlMes with the busy lawyer,
awyerb had endured It patlem
as boor and a half. Then, uE
the caller, he pushed a small
the end ot his desk. and a b
tI the adjoining room.
"Excus me a moment. Mr.I
splutter." he said. stepping i
other room and proceeding to I
one sided conversation over a
Inary telephone:
"Hellor"
"Yes."
"No, Bertha, I'll not have
come home for dinner. It's
4:30. and I have several hour
yet to do. I am very busy ax
been detained."
66_ -_ _.,V
"Yes. Goodby!"
Then he went back to his des
Mr. Hockensplutter had already
to go.-Chicago Tribune.

That Genius Whistler.
Of Whistler Lady St. He
"Memories of Fifty Years" writ
"He was a genius and had all
fects and qualities of one.
everything was a joke, the su
a bonmot. The lightest and d
of persiflage was what he exc<
and one never had a dull mo
his company. He was always
dinner, arranging the immort
of gray hair In its proper place
came into the room. with a
and excuses, none of them
which he was perfectly consci
also of the fact that his h4
hostess knew that they we
Wherever he was there would 1
cle listening to him. and his
laugh would be heard all o
room as he sent his shafts rnj
left into the joints of the ar
those who were attacking'him.
a greet surprise and almost i
when he appeared as a becedic

How Eskimos Measure Til
Writing of the Esklmo met
measuring time in a region
months day or night. Harry ^
in Outing says:


"The Eskimo divides his peri
'sleeps,' but a sleep does not dt
by any means the civilized mee
day and night. It is, in fact.
uncertain .term. Often wet
from twenty to thirty hours
rest. Now there was no night
so far lost count of time tha
not at nil certain of dates. Ou
marches with the succeeding
not infreluently covered a fu
eight hours, or two ordinary
The oliie(t of these extended
was to take advantage of good
er aind :eener;tl (condlitions or
no safe or ctnvenilent camping
presentedl itself in the interim.'


Two or a Kind.
There is something about tt
acter of mules that makes the
ers at times almost equally st
Tn thp 'nehlnrttit Stanr this (


SSB ~ ~ ~ WWy; 9O^r"lI^I*'C WML ?
t losow SM Ow ate Jil wfM .

Wa on m am uuulingWhim J160
I .t 'r wa tryig tahd t s g o imaMet-t-e
Ltroia4 boUtgap were all too WC fbr the boelo*
g~y i hi Wbih d a ax barik dbtwa.
Bae m stai. JAimmy stopped at Once, and
iOr o hto b ybW and ars wet M opm. At
tn and another bark. bar dreamed be dadbed
od. and t ouf his room and downstairs. There
t by In the library he aaw a. prettUy a #tlUe
N qifur l tere w' steppedd oS LoWr
3 MoetA fret JAum M 50ood lookif at the two,
lea anu- riMt. and the terrier stood with his
",ute ei" POW 'W e ad -.*Bt eyes turned
ous tor di'rcty Jlimmy. 4'bea by way of
making Jimmy' qualntance he wag-

erved nd hI i naU. At that moment JlmAm's
L Tbey fttbhrceme Into the room and mid:.
Mppurteo "He'x your Chritmas present, Jim.L
owed t u Howdo youM likle himr'"
t strain- Jim wa M9 wrapped In admiration
MU-ily of his dog that be made no reply.
Finally he gasped:
*" Iie really all mine, papar"
*AI1 yours. sonny. I Intended to give
be had lm .to you at breakfast, but his ba1k
n Penn- stood In the way. Come; we three will
talk old go up and finish your dressing. I sup-
and the pose rl have to help you now that your
atly for attention Is diverted from your clothes.
Iseen by Come on, Zip."
knob at "Is that his name'
knob at
el "That's a good one for him. don't
Syou think so? He looks as if his name
Hocken- might be Zip."
Into th An Zip the terrier continued to be
old thi called. There is as much affinity be-
Ln imag tween children and dogs as there is
enmity between dogs and cats. From
the moment Jimmy saw Zip he loved
him, and from the moment Zip saw
Jimmy he adored him. Jimmy began
to go to kindergarten that year. and
ftime to rom the time he departed Zip did
already nothing but wait for his return. In-
rs' work deed, he would have gone with his lit-
nd have tie master had the door not been shut
on him when Jimmy went out. But
as soon as Jimmy came home Zip re-
sembled a rubber ball on the bound.
sk. But He Jumped all over the boy, his ex-
ly risen pression plainly denoting his joy.
Then what times Zip and Jim would
have together! They would romp till
Jim was too tired to romp any longer.
lier in Then Jim would get out his toys. and
tes thus: Zip would sit by watching him. turn-
the de- ing his little head at Jim's every mo-
To him tion.
bJiect of Jimmy's parents objected to the two
laintiest friends passing the night as well as
elled in. the day together. and this was a great
meant In hardship for both the dog and the
late for boy. Many a time, notwithstanding
tal lock great precaution, the family would
,e as he awaken in the morning to find Zip and
pologies Jim in bed together. Jimmy's mother
true-of threatened to send his pet away if he
ous and di it again.
et and One morning Zip waited as he was
*re not. always directed to wait for his chum
be a cir- to come down to breakfast. Jimmy
ringing did not come. Zip noticed that the
ver the father and mother looked anxious, and
ght and the dog was himself correspondingly
rmor of worried. He ran this way and that
It was way. butting his nose against a door
i shock that confined him, and when a maid
;t." opened it without thinking Zip sprang
through and ran upstairs into Jim's
me. room. There lay Jim in bed looking
bods of red and hot. His mother was bending
of six over him anxiously. Zip sprang up


Whitney on to the bed. The mother ordered
him off, but one look -from Jim
ods into changed her Intention: and she per-
eslgnate mitted Zip to remain.
sure of But Zip had to go when the doctor
a very came and was kept out of the room for
traveled the rest of the day. In the morning
without Jim was a little better, and his Christ-
t. and 1 mas dog was let into his room and up
t I was on to his bed, where he licked the
ir single boy's hand, looking at him with mel-
r 'sleep' aacholy eyes. as though his heart
11 forty- would break. But he was not permit-
y days. ted to remain long. Ji.my was too
inarchies ill. Indeed, there were times wlivu he
I wveath- probably did tot know that L S pet
because was with him. Zip was put outside.
ig plaee but remained at the door, looking ,up
wistfully as people went In and out.
as if for a bit of comfort as to his
friend's condition.
ie char- Jimmy grew worse, and it seemed
eir owu- that he would pass away shortly be-
tubboru. fore the dying year. The day before
dialogue Christmas after the doctor's morning


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WATER COMPANY.


WE CONFESS


We admit it frankly ti Mercbaie Bmkw mb i yew- bih m. it weabi
cam assure you thatnis retimrfor yew husie s. t bmln Nos n de l arsame
whicB we believe almost perfect, b ut-tui- md eily hr every ddIs ednrm
ed to our care.
Ia cold. Masua B.re, here is ou ruaria el to every ,depoitor ra .
less of the amount he may bare in tisa bas.


Capital .
Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders l-ability


$100,000.00
50,000.00
1003000.00

Total, $250,000.00


$250.000.


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


Merchants Bank


(BrawJ of Vobusa Coty Bas)


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


Daytona, Florida


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5e FURNITURE EMPORIUM


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High Class Wines and

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LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH MUSICAL PROGRAM AT
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THEATRE

MOTION PICTURES

Open Every Day at 3:00 p. m.

PROGRAM


The Restoration


Blide aad Groom's Visit to
ZmsstcaI Garden. Central
Park. New YTork.
(6OOJCmck)


Rubber Heels


Clow's Daughter


THOSE. W. LANE
Sigin and Monologue


ILLUSTRATED SONG
MUSOCMYSTWOODSI ORCHESTRA

U. $~s ~m by m inow anthy
bm bo heem pmmsi16a Y t0Now
TM& al Cume BOWL


DAYTONA

OPERA

HOUSE


TUESiAY Ei?, FEB. lIh

Manhattan Opera Co.
Vill present
THE STANDARD COMIC OPERA

"FRA DIAVOLO"

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

Seats on Sale at Hankinc'
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
sndled. Your orders solicited
Speial attention given to filling orders
by the box for shipment.
MUNROE GROVES.
George H. Mamnroe.


TIHE WEATHER.
For Eastern Florida: Rain tonight
or Wednesday, moderate to brisk east
winds.

**MIddleton, good sign painter.

G. A. Pacetti .was up from Ponce
Park, transacting business in the city
today.

The steamer Cherokee had between
70 and 80 passengers on her initial
Sunday trip of the season to Ormond.


-s. L. Bellamy came up from
Pierce yesterday and is visiting
mother, Mrs. Chas. W. Gilman,
Blake.


Fort
her
at


Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey and their
I daughter are recent arrivals from Jo-
I lieL They are located on Palmetto
avenue for the season.
*
Mrs. Schragg and .Mrs. flei:-y, of
New York, who a:e spending the \4in-
ter in the State. have bei!n: visiting
with Mrs. (Chas. V.. (ilnan, ::t Blake,
for a few days past.
*Tonight Byron King gives his lfa-
mous lecture, "All the World's a
Stage," at the Baptist churchch at :'
o'clock.

The steamers Constitut;(ion and (Re-
public, of the Indian Ri\e:- line-. l.it
the Prince George dock th. s L1.0::L( ,
l),rolll)tiy Oh 'hedule tiie. h,. --
iuiblic ha\iiiL a ta; i r I !>Tj' i'';-
5"I:e'"s lor S'. A I'u.sI ;t1( !:d lie
(oils t. tilt lio ll qu ,. a (*i'p ,\\ (-w '% (...
Each.
Cli htirnian Go. F'. ('rouct (, (4 zhe
Couiity School Board, returned today
From DeLand, where he had been at-
I tending the regular monthly meeting
Sol the board, having driven to the
county seat yesterday in his car ac-
comnipanied by County Commissioner
W. D. Bradshaw, of this place, and


_____ -J. N. Gamble is expected to arrive W. V. Carter, of Port Orange, both
_._ .. .,of whom returned witth him.
O g &L^ Iat Daytona Beach this week. whom returned with him.

l B l| *Sewing machines for rent by week *"For Rent," 'Furnished Rooms,"
V ^ \t ".'.. or month at Singer Sewing Machine 'For Hire" and "Table Board" pla-
Co.'s store 107 N. Beach St. m&s-tf ;ards at the Daily News offke. t

C. R Wright, son of Professor .r The surface of the street north-
L Wright arrve4 from Pttburg ward from the South bridge, has re-
SPa., Saturday night on a visit to his repaired at a trifling ex-
cently been repaired at a trifling ex-
11 will call for your clean- father. Penate by flli the depressions with
_._ .e marl. Many of the streets of iayto-
&-0.*Picture frames and moulding, all Marl. Many of the sti reets of Dayto-
D. MeLarem left Monday afternoon the styles at W. H. Gardiner's Art na could be repaired very satisfac-
m a blminess trip to Cincinnati, Ohio, h d -Feb 8w torily in the same way. instead of al-
inpMetic to be gone for several days lowing them to remaining the present
r a. week. Pof. horrible condition, and soon compell-
S Wakefield"d wf h ing the-great cost of resurfacing them
decided to spend a few weeks in the'
*WANT3D Board for lady and Re.... all. Fill up the holes and many of the
I ooSouthern part of the State while Rev.
d child In private family on pen i ez is here to fill the a-a streets would remain in fairly good
~ chid in r10at G. Hertzog is here to fill the ap-1
mmla. Box 53. City. 7-2t I.. .o .e o a condition for a couple of years or
pointments at the Christian Church.
sCi more and maintain the credit of the
Ms Win. Ruger went to DeLandt H city in two ways
Mrs. Wi. Rue en t* ^ r.PJ.Hwe, ..... No Rd
Monday afternoon to visit during the odra P J hawey, of Nortn frige-
. .... tD i. i o.; w-odd avenue, "nas returned ..from St.
week with Rev. and Mrs. F. J. Long- .wo a r H. W. PACKARD DIED
ao. Augustine, where she was called by H W A R I
Sthe illness of her daughter. Miss THIS FORENOON.
L. H. Rowe & Co. have just made Frankie, who has recovered from her 1. W. Packard, of Ormond, who
Ml i..ro -v ha er t f n n v indisposition, lias been ill at Dr. Bohannon's hna-


RTH HALL-


The umic studmts of Mrs. Go.am
A. Main gave an entertainment at
Epworth Hall Monday evening. The
musicakle wa iven more for the pr-
pose of tutoring the youngW mr-
bers of the class to appear before an
audience-on this occasion to con-
sist of parents and interested friendl-
rather than with the idea of entered
training the general public. The elass
r ut itted itself, however, to the cred-
it of its teacher and the encourage-
ment of their parents.


THE MARIETA, OF NEW YORK,
ON CRUISE TO PALM BEACH.
The hunting cabin cruising yacht.4
Marieta, of New York, which came
in from St. Augustine, by way of the
canal saturday, and is lying at the
Halifax River Yasht Club wharf, will
leave tomorrow, probably, to continue
her cruise to Palm Beach.4
SThe Marieta has aboard her owner,
A. V. Wyckoff and wife, of Bay
Shore. Long Island.
S The yacht is forty-seven feet and
(sunie inches in length, eleven foot
beam and carries -'.'-horse power gas
engine for powvr. She is rather deep ,
draft for these waters, having been
built for lake service, but Capt. Thos.
Lamphier, who is in charge of the
Marieta, brought her this far south
Without any difficulty, although un-t
familiar with these waters.

CRANSES GROWING SCARCE; ,


PRICES WILL BE HIGH.


i'eople are inclined Lo qu .e i(i1f t.'2.:
i,-ice ot oranges and grape fruit in
the local market, not realizing that
the fruit is going rapidly and, owin 1
to the fact that California oranges
suffered even more damage from cold
than did those of this State. Prices
are ranging higher North. even for
fruit slightly affected by frost.
The New York market last week
gave from $4.00 to $5.00 for Indian
River or Florida East Coast fruit,
while special brands like those of W.
S. Hart, E. P. Porcher and others of
established reputation, ran still high-
er, some of Mr. Porcher's orange.
bringing as much as $5.50 per box at"
auction, in car load lots, while his
grape fruit went as high as $6.63 per
box.
Hon. George H. Munroe, of this city
on last returns, netted $1.75 per box
for his oranges on board the cars
here. Mr. Munroe shipped two car-
loads last week and is sending out
another and probably the last car of
the season today.
Mr. Munroe would have preferred
to hold back more of his fruit for the
local market, but finds it Is beginning


to( lighten up and would not hold well
on the trees and the prices North
also are much better than the fruit
will bring here.

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MANHATTANS HERE;:
TO SING TONIGHT.
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The Manhattan Opera Company is
in Daytona. The first performance
will be tonight, when '"Fra Diavolo"
will be sung The Manhattans are1
thoroughly known throughout the
South as a reputable company of song


birds and their appearance in Day-
tona will unquestionably fill the op-
era house at all five nights perform-
ances and also the two matinees,'
Wednesday and Saturday. The prima'


;donna with the Manhattans is Miss
Miss Kittie Nice Perle, a young lady
who has won much praise for her
charming manner in h n'dling the dif-
ficult leading roles of the many op-
eras sung by the Manhattans. The
chorus with the Manhattans is the
prize ring of the organization and
the initial appearance of the compa-
ny here will prove why it is that
so many flattering notices from the
Mr. Kanes' song birds are receiving
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