is- MjILi 7
MITA FL3IDA ZutUI e FARY9,1910o
x ; 0 0
MRL C. D&W. AK
Offc. Sn & DflNch 91 16
sift s 017
SNEVILLE I-t CLARK
'Take it b
r,,ad this side of Spruce Creek. where
Fair weather isfon: flmim~d -Warfe marl WI Mr
EPEALEDI I prepared to supply thaW hle.
&AID THAT THE TAX IS RESPON-
YV MEAN IBLE FOR THE PRESENT HIGH
PRICE OF BUTTER THROUGH.
K w 5aic 1-
t. or the
||f E Brope.
at th.e hbow.
||, l st Uas-
a~sK d re-
of the lis-
- woanA of to
Ca matter of
jprWos as a
B *.Ct of Lent
$. -To make
bk I in lthe
-t ftat Fed-
mm l session.
fI all the
SI the w State,
ofti wState of
tr the me.t-
Gruber-Morris Hardware Company
"-fl y don't trade with ms we both lose moaey."
OUT THE COUNTRY-MAY RE-.I
PEAL OLEO TAX.
WASHINGTON,. Feb. 9*- Hearing l CONTRIBUTINS ASKED FOR
at evidece was commenced today by I
^^^^^1 WORK ON NEW SMYRNA ROAD.
the Houle Committee on Agriculture, WORK N EW M NROAD.
on the bill introduced by representa- O
Uve Burleson, of Texas, repealing the!
tax m on olomargerine, which tax, he AUTOMOBILE OWNERS ASKED TO
aserted, was responsible for the DONATE $5.00 TO A FUND FOR
present high price of butter through-
out the country. MAKING TURNOUTS IN NAR.
Before this tax was imposed, Burl- ROW PLAC(ES.
son said, there was manufactured an-
Rually 130,000,000 pounds of oleomar- A movement is on foot to raise
gerine, which he characterized as a funds for the purpose of making the
pure and wholesome food product and ry turnouts on the New
very necessary turnouts on the New
which sold for from 12 to 18 cents a
'ound. The price of butter was 20 myrn road from pruce reek
o 30 cents a pound. northward to Port Orange.
The production of oleomargerine hai Three turnouts, each forty feet in
been diminished 66 2-3 per cent. as a, length, have already been made on
result of the tax, and the price of Spruce Creek alone, and there are
butter has gone up from 's to C o
cents a pound.
Passage of the law was secured,
Durleson charged, by the National
Dairy Union and by "a stupendous
lobby which, it is said, expended vast
sums of money."
Mr. Burleson said he represented
many associations of cattle growers,
cotton seed crushers' associations. Na-
tional Retail Grocers 'associations and
V.'estern and Southern chambers of
commerce in demanding the repeal of
the tax and the lowering the price
MILLIONS OF PEOPLE
TO QUIT MEAT.
a number of other places
TWO KILLED, FIFTY INJURED
IN STREET CAR ACCIDENT.
STREET CAR RUNS DOWN STEEP
GRADE AND IS WRECKED,
CAUSED BY FAILURE OF THE
PITTSFIELD, Mass. Feb. 9-One
man and one woman killed and fifty
others were seriously injured in a
street car wreck here today. A car
o ama tinwn a c-*an gyemadarn mnwn ,
ATTACK ON MANAGUA
V. STA ITh
TMAY ON X
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDER HAVE
ARRIVED AND ARE
AT WORK LAYING OUT LINES
I FOR THE BUILDING.
Messrs. Price and Street, of the
firm of Price & McLanahan, promi-
rent architects of Philadelphia, and
W. T. Hadlow. of Jacksonville, arriv-
ed in Daytona this afternoon to coin-
raence work on the construction of
the Clarendon Hotel. Mir. Hadlow is
The house will b
old site at Seabreeze, a
plans prepared by Pri
han last spring. The
be reinforced concre
fireproof in every way
t:in l1.-0 rooms.
The financial end of
gu/ig uu"n1 a os-eep- graue. ran tt<. It
-11i ^( a i f w
caused by brakes slippiplg. At the foit
;be disposed of.
of the hill it jumped the track and
crushed into the railway abutment.
The car was broken to splinters. FDkfF THIA
I RIIlL'L I IIAIIR43s. I IlL
e built on the
according to the
OF THE THREE CANOIf
DATES FOR MAYOR SANGUINE
OF SUCCESS IN TODAY'S ELEC-
One of the most pleasant day of
the winter is greeting the voters ta
the municipal election being held to."'
day and a heavy vote is expected.
The greatest interest centers In
the three-cornered contest for mayor
and each of the three candidates to
sanguine of success.
ice & McLana- E. W. Greene predicts that 2W
building will 'otes will be cast and that the vote
te, absolutely will be divided as follows; Greene
. and will con- 145; Titus 100, Zuber 4)5.
the proposition Judge Titus thinks 310 voters wil
dr.liu.n^d al- express their preference, as follows:
yet remain to Titus 170; Greene 100; Zuber 40.
M. H. Zuber gives out as his opla-
i,,n that 3.'0 persons will vote and
F ;,;at he will get 1.,: Titus lll., and
tmrnout should be established for the! ALMOST CERTAIN SOON rtlRILlltt1 I LUI LL.
comfort and convenience of thosei
traveling this attractive highway to' BLEFIEDS. Feb. attack SATEMENT GIVEN TO THE UNIT-
New Smyrna. on Managua is almost certain w ithi S!
in many places the road bed is tforty-eight hours, according to rmes- ED PRESS FOR TRANSMISSION
too narrow for automobiles to p .sages UM1d here from the inter- l
in safety, and in some places quite It.' Reports state that General Cham- TO THIS COUNTRY.
impossible to do so, and with the in- (rre is within forty miles of the capi) PARIS. Feb. 9 Aristide Brand,
creased travel, it is sometimes nec- al and is marching on with an army premier and Minister of Interior. to-
essaryv for an automobile or other ve- of twenty-five hundred revolutionary ;day gave to the United Press a state-
hidcle to await the passing of a nuni- troops and with no army to oppose x:ient for transmission to the Amn.r-
ter of others before it can pursue its him. (an people, thanking them for symn-
way.. pathy and help extended in connec-
In order to accomplish this work NATIONAL SUGAR REFINERY tion with the terrific flood disasters.
owners of automobiles are asked to N AR E o TD
contribute five dollars each. and PAYS LARGE SUM TODAY.
NEW YORK, Feb. 9--With the be- these donations may be handed or foro NEW YORK, Feb. 9-The National
Awarded to Maj. A. B. Foster, E. D. 'Sugar Refining Company today paid
ginning of Lent today, it is expected Rose, A. W. Wells, W. E. Blodg- ,to the government six hundred thous-
that many millions of Americans will :tt, or George H. Munroe, who con-'and dollars, amount due on sugar im-
Join In inaugurating a period of ab- stitute a committee to receive funds ported, upon which duty was unipid.
solute fasting, so far as meat is con- for the proposed work. It is officially announced that this
oeaed, and the outlook for the pack- does not preclude criminal p -"secu-
era Is but a gloomy one. With the ATLANTA UNIONS WANT tions for underweighing frauds. This
sancUtion of religion added to the e- EIGHT HOUR DAY. sum makes over three million dollars
*Micun ui <-*so received by the government
economic appeal, the anti-meat eaters ATLANTA. Feb. 9-A determined received by the government.
consider the victory already as good ALNA e.9Adtrie
as won, andider the victory already as goodi campaign for an eight-hour work day
aa won, and they predict lthat by wLas launched today by the Atlanta ANOTHER CHANCE
Faster all kinds of meat will be el- Federation of Trades. The federa-: FOR HARRY K. THAW.
ling at little more than half :he tion embraces about thirty-five labor NYACK, N. Y., Feb. 9-Harrv K.
prices recently charged. Reports from unions, only a few of which enjoy Thaw has obtained another chance
all over the country today -appear to tl. eiht-hotir schedule at present. r,, ,,.iw fro MtT atr n asvluim for
confirm this Miw.
"BLIND MAN ELOQUENT"
85 YEARS OLD TODAY.
BELLEFONTAINF, 0. Feb :" -
Judge William H. West, popularly
known as the "blihd man eloquiet.,
.... I -. .. ..... ... >' t ,(ItI v I '11-k
TO TRY BANK CASES
NA\SIHVILLE.. Te' ll, Feb. 9-C'a.-'s
S.t- ,s.t .\Mortau 1P. .ste-s and Alb,.rT
S \\ .il:afli.. \ :',' iprtsdelnt and pF-*'
,li, l.r t '.Lt- t. lY ,, tl, ('>it S 't -
k It -1 IL a. IJ IVr* L I V &.I *-T L %., -- L4 -_ LA t
t., criminal i -tne. ,Jutice TomrukiUis,
l,: the Supreme t'ourt. today appoint-
'td a referee to hear evidence ()u
Thaw's behalf, to decide if tran-,te:"
a a hllotier at-yl II ue,.e-,tIy :
TIaw's health. Ie. ti, \ ,e\ c ,t,' di
";;;, le('t' le '.-. 1 t, ai' \ '- attu 'i > t r., i r
" :ail\\ jip t" :. n .'*- (}'q ;. 4. ;, -(! ,j'" :
CRUISING IS ACTIVEc
IN INLAND WATERWAY
ALLENHURST, Fla., Feb. 9- The
yacht "Nemo," the auxilliary sloop,
"Nomade," and the "Constitution,"
passed through the canal yesterday,
JUDGE REEVES WITHDRAWS
FROM SENATORIAL RACE
"i' he 1te fL.-u. s e're ,ien by
each of tihe ca.dldades :o .a Daily
N \' s rel).es_-,1t.A.- e tv is f'ou'enoon.
THE MANHATTAN OPERA CO.
IN "FRADIAVOLO" LAST NIGHT
"Fra Diavalo" as presented by the
Manhattan Opera Company at the
Opera House last night was listened
to by a large and appreciative audi-
etnce. This opera is tuneful and gives
Sii opportunity for superb character
acting which was well portrayed by
the members of this excellent coa-
Fra Diavola, the bandit chiefton.
%as well rendered by Gus Vaughn, as
was also the part of Zerlina. by the
leading lady, Kitty Nice Perle. Both
these characters brought out a ge-
rous amount of applause. Beppo. a
bandit, by Karl Stall, was well por-
trayed, Lorenzo, the Captain of the
Carbiners, Jetbro Warner, Lord AUM
cash. an English nobleman, by WIM
bur Cox, Giacoma, a bandit, by Wal-
ter Roberts, Matteo, the Keeper of
thi Inn- hv Victnr T) DeLce.V_ WAre
PENSACOLA, Feb. 9-On account ""' ..-.. -.
well taken. The parts of Lady AU-
of ill health. Judge L.. J. Reeves, in a t fad A
card issued today, withdrew cash by Nellie Brown, rancerab
by Claire Whitney and Roberta, by
from the senatorial race. He has Parl Hamilton were all well recelv-
been compelled to remain in bed for ed
nearly two months, and this has pre- The chorus was an exceptional
ented hiim from making an active strong one and the music all through
tlana s(o he decided to ,withdraw. ',%as well rendered and very pleasing.
Th. afternoon the ,nnL.paUhy are
*v OLVES RAISE HAVOC piaing the Royal prIln(.-, a:ild tol ht
IN NORTHERN ITALY. !; i r, i 'u ()l'i..-
,).! 1'."" :,-S :' -.. ,... LOCAL LODGE OF ELKS
-geat Fac~lutes for Uzsmtatng
00" in (bared Bowl"n. 'bU
RIGT GOODS AT
I mma to Tre Yt Tou Bight.
Ss B] TYour Jewelers.
LI "ROWE & CO.
.. '. ^
lm %& TV %-o ma wo-
-. -,%~ .~ -
|l Mn -By L.C. DEMAREE.
oe or I Daytoa" crwngA go-
ri I her incomparable beach. No
SI M ISoft a one who ever met foot upon Its
w Asimooth packed sands; so one wbo
% 9L eve' P.eled a bicyle over its =x-
B paune; no one who ever drove a
S______ Mprancing pair t horses and listen-
"AH'"S,- -WAH ed to the popping of their steel shoes
mL&uaMzKY upon its asphaltum4ke face; no one
M-Z5- r.DATmRA,TWILEDA. who ever steered a high-power au-
.gth...M w irt= ..-10 tomobile down the broad stretch of
..... s Undershir ...... 8 wave-washed and surf-packed sand
DSSS ....- ,........... but realized that It is a world-beat-
,ro O .ffs.% HandIkerchiefs.... s er, a world-wonder. Go stand upon
Ai 1*1oe lOthes at orespondit prices. this wide speedway and see the hap-
... ....-m'--u-u-_g-^.a. ty souls flit by in Joyous mood, and
------- --W--WWv *Wl V,, l
U answer whether this is not one of
QUIGGS' BAKERY a the seven modern wonders.
S PRODUCERS OF THE The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.
iPERFECTION OF Where think you is water with more
BAKERY GOODS. *picturcsque surroundings? Nearly a
...... .. mile wN\le. fringed with tropical vege-
SipraNL. Stamped Goods.
L SamlaiNg, Painting, s
R umd Carpet Weaving at
Wt OMAN'S EXCHANGE
1 No. 216 North Beach Str^et.
iur 0 0 e u m o mome. u e
2 E REAL STUFF
I MACS CAFE
STHE REAL THING
I TOMOKA RIVER and:
NEW SMYRNA 0
UN=L SAM d CHEROKEE
5Laremt, Fastest, and Excellent er-
Svice. L. E. ELLENWOOD, Mgr.
O T A Uo R CYCLE 0
1t JL.A..JVMJ. Marine K-ni-m
SH. C Thompson, Agent M
I Demonstrunt engine can be seen at
a y Utime. Phone 92.
| E.T. PITHER
3 North Beach St, Daytona. Fla.
O CALL FOR MY CIGARS 0
Clear Havana Smokers 5c.
r JACOB ESPEDAHL
S Contractor and Builder
t Designer and Craftsman
SSuperinteonds Oonstruction of Build-
n Irs. Plans and tpeciflcations
Son Short Notice.
1 1AYTONA. FLORI DA.
O OSCAR MICHAELn
Filling and Grading
S Heavy Hauling a Specialty.
S GOOD MEAT
a Is always found stt
S 10 T.. . ..T. .
tation, artistic cottages with roomy
verandas looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless num-
bers t- ,ckoning, as it were, to those
with rod and reel; her bosom fleck-
ed with duck and coot and snowy-
winged sea birds, which sit about as
if for the sport of bobbing upon the
waves; watch that lubberly old
white headed pelican pouch a fat
mullet, and that fish hawk struggling
upward with his floundering load he
snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick
and span, their hampers and lockers
bulging with refreshments both solid
and liquid ready for a cruise upon th
beautiful surface. Take out your fiel
glass and sweep the river from
Ormondg bride to Ponce Park
light house, then say whether the
Halifax isn't a thing of beauty and
a joy forever, and one of the modern
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge-
Ridgewood avenue is upon
of a broad ridge, straight as
flies 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 the
right and then to the left you see dis-
tinguished cottage homes in the most
See the glistening leaf of the grand
magnolia which nature has varnished
as no artists' brush 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-
togaamons forms which gain a foot-
hold on the great oaks and 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
No one of Daytona's attractions,
perhaps, comninends more nearly uni-
AUTO OWNERS, ATTENTION-
We are about to enjoy. another rise in
Rubber. Don't you think It will pay you
now to Investigate the merits of Vulcanis-
Ing. With proper work you get one-third
more mileage...qulte an Item at the present
time. Practical work done at THKM VL-
CANIZMRP, COTTAGE AVYBxUz, Win. 8.
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
Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G.
Daytona Oftic. overGilIl-'s Pharmacy, hours
2:0i) to 4:10i p. in.
Nose, Throat, Lunis and Rhumatism treated
by the Electro-Thermos-Vibratory Method.
Thmytona Beach Offiet in The Van Valznh
Block, hours 8:() to 10:00a. mi. Specal hours
DR. F. H. HOUGHTON
n IT Office in Peck Block 0
PHoIqN 82 West End South Bridge U
DR. J. C. Herman
Graduate under A. T. Still, founder of
Osteopathy at Kirksvllle, Missouri.
NINETH SEASON IN DAYTONA
Located on Volusisa Avenue, i doors
West of Beach St., opposite The Gables
S 'Phone 40 Lady attendant
E. L. STEWART i
SPhysician and Surgeon 0
SX-ray an.d High Frequency
i Appratus. ]
g 'hlio e k2.4. 4th( door ',.t of P. ). U S
-m no~w& L.L Wair,
S~ as AU re4
is ftn A"n; give
00"Osem llB d
JOHN X HELY I
iuterfor DecoratWn. 4
mG --o** -----
est, and the finest are on daily parac
sOme-OeeOeesOsomOesoOes O m and the big show is as free as the
S S. H. GOVE pure artesian water from the thous
S ARCHITECT, BUILDER ands of flowing wells. It is a con
and CONTRACTOR tinuous show with constantly shift
0 iRldnc't- !in )titd: Nor hw. U m ill sC ClO.
0 (ornir Iil ,wox( l :,rut ri ii "C a .. ..... .
r.ii... ... "'1 m ',Everything goes, from a 2-horst
"- .... .... ipowr,ti up to a 200-horse power, and
-_ iall degrees of speed from acanter tc
moims umo-ononoono 0olo .o a two-mile-a-minute clip. You wil
S *' D R, M Tc 2 probably catch the spirit, when yoi
D. D". &" C. M. ROGERS do the roads and thie beach are yours
superficial observer. With such lav-
th wealth of natural beauty It be-
came an easy thing for the 'and of
Ians to tve the finIshing touchme
which have wrought out the coloS
and outlines of the big picture.
Man did all this in the laying out
of the' streets with their wide margin
of parkage. The entire city becomes
a great park, with driveways Inter-
secting. miles upon miles of drive-
ways so goo# as to attract motorists,
'from ll 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
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
Flowers. Usually fresh and bloom-
ing the year 'round You are reminded
of Goldsmith's couplet where
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid
And summer's lingering blossoms
In one yard roses of varigated hues
predominate; another household has
a penchant for the poincetta and the
premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a Jungle of tall cane. Variety
is the spice of life and here Is where
you find it.
The birds flit in. and with their
joyous notes help to give fullness
and symmetry to the picture.
As for 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
The seventh world wonder, do you
isk? Come, whether from Missouri
)r from Maine, from Kalamazoo or
[imbuckto, and you will be "shown."
Iere is where the world's record for
;peed is broken with every recurring I
season. Autos, the biggest, the fast-!
as the increasing population
mands. Besides hotels and
houses there is ample cottage
modation for all, winter visitors
Seabreeze contains a ha
opera house and a Cong
: -hurch; at Daytona Beach is a
Church. An excellent high
situated near the division line b
teen the two to.^ns. Both toW-
have entcxprisin business
Slishments, as is evidenced by
advertisements on th: left and uiO
All the attractiv-ness of SeahrIM
applies to Dayt-),a Beach, the t"
towns being so similarly sitated
The development ,: Daytcna SaCS
Shas been fully a,- p.cneminal as i
f istt= ~*4^. cm fh Ind 0-1 Vetf wHt
Six Acres of Park-
age. All Modern
Rates: $3.00 per
Day and up
L Z. BURDICK
Cottages a specialty.
All work gUar-
Sefi-br. 0 Pforld
.,* h 4.
* >~ -I t -
A- ZK ad and
I rqipsositi"w towns ^^
fax Ninia. we
ths pmimh north B
T distance of fresthus
r to four miles aM ed
g we* from the -iriag M^
1 w AtimMtic ea to the
Sthe ba otifl tie- l
setes them apart from
which they hatve do in
J by ise orf thofo bridge
asstionarks ths as one od
saorb and are making
nw friends tevey yew anB
who desire to seape th s
ingo extreise of heat ed
their hotels and arn
are now receiving
age from the most
class of tourists.
The mean average twlH
degrees in the su n m a
in the winter, with an ]
extra rise or drop of a few
action, marks this as one ofu
healthful locations in any t
the country, north, east, south
The ocean itself, with is
beach, hard as ma2d2m a Md
as a floor, is the greatest
although earth and air and |
to have entered into a
to enhance its every chbrf
beach is the famous autn
course where every world's *
away record has been mad
these records it continues to
The sand of this famoussa
is composed largely of the
the coquina clam, which a
one-half inch long and
For ages Nature has bee
them up, washing them back i
surf and pulverizing them. W
under the microscope each
is round, unfit for mortar,
say, because its smoothness
its holding together, yet, stx^^
c**itemplate, the very moUMi a
leaves the wet, apparently sof M
these round particles settd
into a cement almost as thad
phalt, beyond the m n
one who has not seen it X--
unaccee ar, as twice ench 2d,
it is entirely rebuilt by th eJ
The beach has a width of3
feet, and arn be used from twafl
after until two hours before h~llJ
thus giving an average of S--
eight hours for automobiag--
part of each day. *
Seabreeze and Daytona flncah
have a permanent population of *
proximately 1500. Ssaitay *f
nances are strictly enforced, l
and sidewalks are well kept, -
new streets are being opened in-
^^^N~tata Saftef o W Florda
tm b A is mn -- by
e m, aii 6t i w t ul
of W ic Maest.
In O-b an oufF of by.
inP& we w imtyr. ih tiuy
s-kumo-d tem and -alluit
bethe we aoa i d tof
^Ml~lft- to 19e Th eqiemwens
ied tew ew hi ante people
a we SiWf, r the cloed
Hta~smiiago eethbe wl hand ofca b
SIown rehas an *t A aslet
m d business hoes..
m m y n amber of pretty
for e pinrmest pownaion
cloae to X000.and
wayfn winter ro-sidembon
4 g oid wothis and boarding
wber m y ma r ind accomo-
-Wudfti New Smyrna is as fine a
of vegetable land asu can be
-anywhere This land has
divided into small farms which
hebougU t .* usionable prices
of the finest celery grown in
I1fts is raised on this land. All
vegtae grow in abundance,
B as to is the bome of the fam-
Abijen River oLmgaaC5
Smyrna has n o bonded in-
Pand the tax levy is low.
ApOst that no tourist should fail
jM is e ru ins of the Old Span-
gmiion which stand somber and
about oe and a quarter miles
of New SmVL-na. A good
hads to the place and the trip
B e easily made by an automobile.
lin the great pis Uats by the
l tofe fornt. is this place of
for the pi w us;this ren-
o th a e picicces T The rlins
Md. ant while there is no
|a bwimy ofM their reg it
~ tb Se ass31ies Was
bye ase -ci in the days
anone mPowerful Ki-.o0o
bm e pms d s la U-. owha
mm soil. It was built
4w f, Se roofbeing of the
isdate cut into thin slabs
-eee with Cemnmt plaster.
vs giin su1,o..d it,
weeenclse by a stone
patim of which stili remai-
Sbd us ualdly come in parties
yand curous but the spell of
8mpbm moa falls upon them and
Seyseprate to sit alone, silent and.
msdtati we, muner the arches or be-
esi the ancient well
h situated on the peninsula opposite
Spanm s tomt
A House Strictly
First Cla-s in
Dinners for Motor.
Ing larules a
Rates: $2.00 per
Day and Up
L. C. CHIISHOLM
Oldest stand in town
NZW SXYRNA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
The Bet of Every-
thing In Our Line
Is the Place
MRs. H. MOELLKR
Meals for Transients
NEW N% MYRNA
I'm Jmt oing to
sit here and-fsh and
0" Oranges this
winter. There ar,
some good camp
frouds nwar mine.
Oom0* and pitch our
tent on one "ind join
mo on th -log.
Lftx v- T, ..
PleR st4.r v .,- "
on( i+r "I! .1
Frank M.,son, 1 rr;.
Rates: 2.n0o Pnd f2-.!)
p;r day; I -:.No it
$'5.( pir w.-I k
Special Attention to
*IOKKRT AWARWS ATI
Mr'-'t India Exposi-
E"xnos.tlon. t.F ouls
L. .T MTANI
O t:alt "nd Mmok',d
G(rov, on St. Aug'is-
Ro:,d 14 M. s
Beed, Knox and
I ORMO is Ave miles north of
Daytoma, located on the western
beak of the.Halifax River. The lo-
cation of the town permits of good
drainage and perfect maita.t ; the
elevation is superb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge con.
nects Ormond with Ormad Beach.
Many fine r e st-e- are main-
tained on either side of the river, i
most of them embellished with sub.
tropical flora a shrubbery, besides
thrifty oragM other citrus fruit i
The town is very cosmopolitan,
has an excellent graded school, sev-.
eral churches, a fine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
comfortablee and convenient hotels
nd boarding houses.
Or-nond has many of the Florida
am ti :-tions-fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
salubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
i At Ormond Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
sister, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
Halifax River, while the latter has as
its outlook the magnificent beach and
the broad Atlantic.
The walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
Sbors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
rustic seats which are mute invita-
tions to enter into the enjoyment
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-
riage or automobile-long drives and
j short drives; drives through groves
I of golden oranges; drives through
!dense tropical forests to Spanish
j ruins; drives to the ancient Cause-
".. ,ti by the slaves of planters
Soflong agvu, -- thplanta-
Stions of hospitable set3,. ,
Places are replete with the inter,
Sof Southern fruits and flowers.
One of these interesting planta-
I tions is Number Xine, located on the
Peninsula, five miles north of the
SHotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
; orange grove, together with great va-
rieties of other sub-tropical fruits
Five miles further on you come to
Moundgrove, one of the finest orange
groves in this section of Florida.
Moundgrove is on the headwaters of
the Halitax River and is amid pretty
surroundings. The place is reached
by a good road [passing Number
Nine] and is a drive all tourists may
A STTPEP AND ROOMS TO LET-
i ICIOTTAGESA Furnlished; Modern Yin-
C'V1 prov ments; on River
SFront or Side Rtropets. Rents Rasonnble.
SWrite to w. F. COLBY at Ormond.
OI WRITE TO
IF IN ANY WAY
IN PROPERTY INi
He Will Give Your
On River Front
A First Class Mod-
ern House; Rooms
Single or En Suite;
with or without .
Private Bath. Ser-
vice and Cuisine
A. M. WATSON
On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South of Ormond
One of the Fines
Groves in Volusi
Are Produced at
is Established. No
Comment is Really
I PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE
OWNER of the BEST
IN PORT ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands
E. F. GATES. 5ec.,
Df lNona, or
W. C. OWES, Agt
Port Oran e.
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 reai
Lots for Sale.
Ocean or River
('onvnl,,nt to Auto-
[lobilo. Rav'e- <'our-o
Itd lid rid ge'.
WM. C. HOWES
Aport 4 'ranto
Port < ,:';tlinr*. Vii1.
Captil Q 0,0
A. D. MCBRIDE
J. B. OONRAD
S. A. WOOD
G. W. Fisher
J. V. PERKINS
Will Practioe in
a V. D. HAYNES
-Q' tk for
LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practicin Itn all
State and Federal
Special facilities for
STEWART & BLY
Isaac A. Stewart
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Public
S n'l tor Bargain
DELAND, S G y end
+-- Vorda Cuty.
Jtys~a-dis usctd from tl|
r city by ab eal t -inA P_ rl'
read ueWm y M M-L
At DLd s oteind Se en "L
as% Uai.iM n s of S lned.
so-A sumld tu-m sofa tm
South. BDcause of the interns in
matters educational DeLand is known
as "The Athens of Florida."
Stetsona University has a faculty of
50 professors and uWt o.& There
are over 400,000 in building and
equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-
meat; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
resenting an investment in building.
endowment and books, of more than
$120,000. The library is the United
States Government depository for the
State of Florida, and contains over
15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one
of the newest of 16 buildings, with
its furnishings, represents an outlay
of $60,000. Wlinbeth 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 products are
oranges and grapefruit, the estimated
crop from tnis vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches, pears, Japan persimmons,
plums, pecans, guavas, strawberries
and other fruits are grown in plenty.
In the way of public improvements
are many miles of fine shell roads, an
excellent high school, electric lights,
a system of waterworks that is owned
--and 6 city, supplying
Nine houses of worship testify that
DeLand is a church-going commu-
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth-
odists (Northern and Southern), Pres-
byterians, Christians and Catholics,
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
The graded school offers a ten
years' course, and the building which
it occupies is newly furnished
throughout, and is one of the most
commodious and best equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DeLand
is made by automobile in a little
over an hour, and there are many
pretty drives in the vicinity of the
county site. A good road leads to
DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic
spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
bubble from the earth every minute.
From DeLand automobiles go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
marl roads; 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.
El Dorado Plaster
Georgia Olay rsk
Bond ndSd Brk=
Next to Postomee
As g ?OOALL
Largest Stook o6
Pianm OrgR- me
South of Jae'mWvoU
Buggies and Surys
S r,\- .. RirUT
Ph LL9 D..
DELAND9 IE ATHENS OF FLORJDA
, S: -
. & lP
* *t~ ~
- "1~- ~ -Irk
I MOtOR CARS I
42 mad 43 BeEch Street
A AiAAi AnAtAAtATArA A AAA AI A' AA"'
W the .,ewly ar nved sBby blessings
Sn bh~ftg rlnga, Powder puffs, comb.
*Sushe and the more matter of fact
things like nipples and nursing hot-
el. Soothing syrup., too-but you'd
bet, iask the doctor about those and
send the nurse here for what you
W. F. GILLE, Jr. & CO.
Tie Precrwiptio Dlutitl.
- -. ...~
_k .' .
'* ii. *
To New Smyna
leaves Bluii Drui
Store at 9:00 a.
RBOMA RTITUANSMI CI
UEDAT BDOYCOT READING V. ERE:
FEDERAL PROSEUTOR AND FADINGG PACKER.
ew pro w'itlun Oa 01 recent years have met with such widespread acceptance among the people as the boycott
11 tOe eating of meat as a protest against the high prices. The movement originated in the middle west and haS
PwMdwtthk remarkable seed,to other sections of the country. While the people are concerned principally with .
Ift veunm of theit food bills, men In official positions, both state and national, are seeking the cause of the
t puces. Prmlueot packers, against whom the federal government has begun proceedings under the anti-trust
W, declare that the mason for the high prices Is to be found In the scarcity of meat animals, while the consum-
-Bt to the high diM1eod declared by the packing companies. Michael Cudahy. one of the heads of the Cudahy
Sa company, which Is one of the biggest of the meat handling concerns, declared recently that the cause
f fh (bd pices JBU to be found in the discrepancy between "'consuming power and producing power." The gov-
Vr m n prosec ont of the packers centers In Chicago and is In charge of Edwin W. Sims. United States district
0m w for the northern district of Illinois.
Danger of Poor Teeth.
Iset what effect on the stomach is
Quucled by the constant swallowing
ria and pus from diseased teeth.
ifgtled with decomposing particles of
los we are unable to determine, but
t to reasonable to suppose that gastric
Mkturbances are greatly aggravated if
M Induced by so doing. In every
tasuunity there are those who are
enthusiasts on the subject of pure air
sad wholesome food. but whose
-atbs are in such a neglected condi-
"tu that the air which passes
through them is almost as polluted as
at of a crowded tenement, and every
mouthful of food swallowed carries
With It to the stomach millions of bac-
I Seven h.h
Live upstairs i i,, i
good health "'i'p irt% ;u.i ':..ai. .
Only one flight
First Slep.-Ent ,' I hPei. o.s.r. 'ti!
fruits. Itw t. Iilu lllo i. p!;iin -%,,!xpI. I;
modern quiiiantity aid Ili twoV( i(i.*.i!-
Set-ond Ste...--l'.re thie go
Thlird Step.--Excrcise freely in int.
Fourth Step.--ltire early tn(d rise
Fifth Step.-Wear flannel next your
Skin every day of the year and so dis-
I pose your dress that your limbs may
Delacrulx. the ialuter. was walking
out one day i: i Paris with a friend of
his when be lIll Into a brown study.
"What is up with you now?" said
"I can't get a certain shade of yel-
low." replied the artist.
"'What sort of yellow?"
Just then a cab drove past.
"The very thing!'" the painter gasped
out. "Stop, atop!"
"'I am engaged." tbe cabby replied
Delacroix started in pursuit and at a
steep place In the Hue des Martyrs
overtook the cab. Opening the door.
he said In tones of entreaty to tbe pas-
TIE DYTIAO DAILY NES
Published every evening, except Ba-
day. from DeeWmbtr PArU 1, by
THax OAZlTx rW 00.
T. U. IFTmALD, Ldttor-Manager..
0. & HAi l4 ,Otty kdltor.
(oo. F. O OUCC, superintendent.
Bntered a ssecond-cla matter De-
comber 1, 1I0O, at the post office at
/aytona, Florida, under the Act of
March 9, 1879.
heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. PYf.
I want y.ou ro read this fine. true
story of o.14w ;id Sn I.' ;-d. broth-
ers. aged s ''!d ffcurtteel rispet-
tlvely I 0v1t i ,' ui'\vwsp;ipi-rs )pretty
closely. :11i!\'.1 ; i" "f tlhe I:'4t hiu-
mran lntt'er'-r i' i lii' e -'i len 11i
Of thie rN ,ir,'rtsle SiiT! i4 blind.
Flaxen titired. fors',,re. !-inburned.
one leudiig i lit- wihier tthey were futild
by a Chc:,, |>uliceiiiau. lwho took
them to a srfiti,'ii. vwh're t.%'" were
Tlhey v l:iW <' i fm ew Orlean.-""
ridludi in h,* .'!:i;'- %' 1s w *is J "e
"I d,'nTi Sit' sr inult :t i *il ii myself.
but I .;> il t t, I l ?*" i t l;'il)1 (J.
I C. llie 1*1 () '1ii<';i-' I,, O v, i";. I ( \\ill <
ali.thl it-r. I rili i,--!i.._ i.*.;i uftS lu
S (c IU tl iiii,l ".i ,,, i t ,,i m-l l i's s ~ik e I
Jote's v h,!i' : I4 .. l ie uttered
the last ,, i '.*:., ,.,
A.S he t()!( <>., O ,n ,f thcir fai-
.ti'. : !i nr i' ti e"- ; i New Or :ll is and
of their rt'-il'_l- S:i ri', nr stolen
around l(w<-, w"1 .J-w> sol *d.lpers.
but got sil-k. :m il 0ev hait ioly $4
left \Vh Is left Withis siiteleft for -the
big city in the noi-il." of \vhi-h they
had heard so nti
But Joe cain tell rhe story better than
*'I belrod Faiinoy on a freight train.
I got on. and we rode to Memphis. I
was so afraid ,eonipthlne would hap-
pen to Sammy I could habnrdly sleep.
"One night It got cold. and I put my
coat over Sam to keep him warm. A
tramp was In the box car, and I was
so Siepy I couldn't watch him. When
I woke up Ion the morning he had left
with my cost and $3 wbkhh 1 had In
Then they put uti off at Centialla.
IlL, and we aod to wait a whole day
before a freight Iraiu *topped. I beg-
ged a little owetbuig for ammy to
eat. I didn't waut much."
Getting up on his sturdy leg'. Joe
spoke out bravely:
"I am strong and healthy, and I am
going to work to keep Sa You
know, Sam Is pretty smart, aund I will
soon make enough money to put him
through school. Oh. If 1 get a job
then we will get along fine!"
Splendid Joe Leonard: Match him
as a big brother If you can:
To the touchstone of hardship the
soul stuff in the boy of sixteen rises
Into the heroic optimism of strong
In true feeling. In brotherly Pelf Rac-
riflce, in high will power. Joe Leonard
is already a amun!
T'La '1tv af I 'hinrln A,..(,ll h, a ...._.. .
A perfect and mot ecosou -I
and StaUtsmy (
S B. Green,
'Pb... No. 70 or
0 O B~lRaaf~omu
Name to Fit the Trade.
Old newspapers give us many In-
stances of men's names fitting their
callings. Thus we have Last, a shoe-
ma'k-er f "-Exeter. and Treadway, Wbo
plied the same trade In Hanmmer-
smith. There was a Bristol school-
Smaster named Rod. Dodge and
Wynne. attorneys at law of Liverpool,
Must have beenti the butts of their
fellow townismeni, while few could
have a ino)li appropriate name than
Sthe l'rimlntivte Methodist preacher Riv-
er Jordan.- llidotn Chronicle.
No Escape Via Temperament.
S"Mat.'tl i getting past the marriage.
Sa, h* age. in't she.?"
"Ye. and it's too [ad she hasn't
I "'She won'tt Ii able to tell ber Mfeds
thailt temUl.er;ineut proimpts her to give
up matrimtuony and devote bernsf to
nrt.'-St. Louis Star.
A Focl-sh Queetion.
A reader of the New York Worid
writes to that paper to ask whether It
i )n) proper for a young man to send
(andy to a girl whom be has met but
once. What a question' Why. most
:.young men begin h.inding a gir taffy
:'s soon as they are ialroduced to her.-
Mrs. Crabiehaw--' ut tAw girl I have
said she had taken a course in domes-
tic science. Mrs. Crawford-Ia she dif-
ferent from tihe other girls you've bad?
Mrs. Crabshaw-m)nly In one way; she
wartod% 5 n mon)nth uiore.-Ll)lincotts.
"Yes. my husband and 1 quarrel
*"Why don't you get a dlvorcer*
"iWecan ( T't l-ldrl t, It.hnt' .w &AtI
--one of the
and gall ohe
on or dii
Insure Wit I
AI& AIL AM Ak Adlik
K40 fp -e,
*H ) p flM~f by White Northern help,
k.Gb at t3 North, and white
I b lo Te wd mi be supplied
-of So m-amao, cooked *ad served by the
'aspi'Petalfkpsct House, Shedtar Island, N. Y.
& Holroyd, Pi optletors
and Improved Since Last Season.
Iful Groundq--Located on River Front
Concert Twice Daily
as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park, N. J.
titution leaves Prince George dock for
sway Tuesday morning at 8.:00 o'clock.
New and First-Class.
Rooms with or without Baths.
L M MABBETTE,
Prop's and Mgrs.
highest poiat on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
S* -oigodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
mght, furnace heat, private bath. New and
eats. MRS 3. BK HINSKY. Proprietress.
W SEASIDE INN
AND FURNISH n COTTAGES
Iam', Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on
, Smf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
HORACE F. STEWART
" WJCH FLORIDA.
- All& ALww~
FHE IVY LANE INN"
iMftIhk catering to the most particular people. Central location.
k rvtf river tban two blocks fronl the clul iank, post office. ,
lomi PLJOd 64.O per day-415.f0 and higher ptlr week.
Opea November to May.
Win. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor. 4
"M T T -.% T-%A T LKIM r1""r fl
niously. If one is the least bit out the
tone will be spoiled. The first of
these notes is produced by the vibra-
tions at the mouth of the bell. the sec-
ond by the vibrations a little higher
up, the third still higher up, and mo
on to the fifth, which is produced
quite near the top. As the character
of the sound which rings depends
upon the thickness of the metal, it Is
possible, by talking thin shavingus from
various places In tihe inr-lde of the
bell. to alter the five notes until they
are all In) h:,rin,,y.
The Experiment Failed.
When ita small boy mentioned in
Short Stories grows up the scientific
curiosity he displayed may be a valu-
able p(ssetssioni. Meanwhile his moth-
er objects to it.
"Ma." remarked the boy. "isn't It
funny that everybody calls little broth-
er a bouncing baby?"
"Why do you think it's funny. Wil-
liam?" asked his mother.
/ 0- -gaoinm the ,sbwe n
SW t two momtha. and Mr. Waf.
a Cindy a Fi4. t
-- her full waff, for tbmt t
ft* VABg lia' the key to tUe wU
A few days after the return of the
umily Cindy oame britling into Mrs.
Waronm's letting room..
"1 wants m" wageo." se a--ouncd.
"Why, Cindly." ecxaimMd the $IW'
pie mlBUtri. -oeu are gstdtg betl-
f W than at M Cook I know of In a
ii them aim of orum. You barVe a
-e-- 0 -omft-able room and wood trat-.
mait Think how kibd It wa of Mr.
WarreN to gie you a long vacation
with teuB e wagem."
'. ara h It, c bd Ctody. "Ir.
WMa pad me at tmoaey fr d
MOSW. AW now al 7ou fiOk" Ia come
bmack far me to cook fur al watt on.
IAn I gits more mosey or I tmeave.--
A CosFly Client.
Miss Bayley told me that Mr.
Phippe the oculist. told a gentleman,
who told her. the following anecdote
of the late Duchess of Devonshire:
Mr. Phipps was sent for to Chats-
worth to operate upon the duchess'
eye. He stayed there some time and
at parting received from the duke a
fee of 1.000. .lust before he stepped
into his carriage a inessage from the
duchess brought him to her chamber.
She hoped the duke had done what
was handsome by Mr. P'hipps. The
"Yes. and more than handsome."
"It is an awful thing," continued her
grace, "to ask. but really I anm ait this
moment in Immediate want of such a
sum, and if you could. Mr. Phipps."
What could the oculist do* lie pro-
duced his 1.000. took his leave and
never heard of his money from that
day to this.-From "Recollections of a
Long Life." by ILord Broughton (John
The house hi which the master bard
was born is located in Henley street.
Stratford-on-Avon. England. Wasli-
ington Irving said of this famous
abode of genius: "'It is a small, mieanI
looking edifice of wood and plaster, a
true nestling place of genius, which
seems to delight in hatching its off-
spring in by-corners. The walls of its
squalid chambers are covered with
names and inscriptions In every lan-
guage by pilgrims of all nations, ranks
and conditions, from the prince to the
peasant, and present a simple bat
striking instance of the spontaneous
and universal homage of manktid to
the great poet of nature."
Several years ago the house was
purchased by subscription with a
view to the careful preservation of it
and of Its contents for the inspection
of future generations.
Tuning a Bell.
No matter how great may be the
care taken In making the mold. a bell
baa to be tuned before it will ring a
clear, true note. As a matter of fact,
every bell Bounds five notes, all df
which must blend together barmo-
tried an elderly Welsh widow "neither
rich nor beautiful." This "'merry wid-
ow' did not make a congenial help-
mate, and Whitetleld remarked, with
refreshing candor, that "her death set
"his' mind at rest!"-Westminster G.a-
Ulngtalled monkeys, which rank
among the most valuable, commercial-
ly speaking, of the ujall animals. are
caught in an interesting way. A co-
coanut is split in two and a banana
with a piece of wood running through
it placed lengthwise through the nut.
the two halves of which are drawn
together by wires. Then a hole is cut
just large enough for the monkey's
paw to enter. The monkey spies the
tempting nut from his tree. He hops
down. looks It over. sees the hole and
smells the banana Inside. le is fond
of bananas. Putting his paw In. he
grasps it. but the wo
from coming out. 'Th4,n the catchers
appear. atnd the monkey runs for a
tree. But hi cannot climb because of
t w kd t cap who would bve
MuV4 ahadee with a shnge tbuket of
watWr. To look down into the bat,
of a gun Ine the oth-w felows &bai- d
M" .M paWIdly accepted an affair for
him am to litht his pipe. He was seat
tf one day.
6 'What'a the matterT be asked.
"Cowboy In that room.' mld a eltl-
men dsignatnf the place. &He's wild
and dangero. He'e locked himself In.
Ad we're afraid they'll break out and
do s barmL
"So this officer opened the door of
the room and looked In. The cowboy
had a ilx shooter In one hand and a
Stick of dynamite in the other and
calmly remarked that be would taurn
them both loose In came the ofieer
came Into the Mom. The officer con-
Sidered the thing for a minute. Then
'be-backed away and as he did so re-
"-Let him aleep It off. They Is
times when a man who alint'afraid Is
a blind fool.' "-Kansas City JournaL
"People who write begging letters
are entirely too lwrsistent," said a
clarity official. 1'hey remind me of
a snumitr resort episdo. A young
man weft there for his two weeks' va-
cation. He put up a.t a cottage. He
paid about* g9 a week. Well, when he
came to depart this young man said
Sto the board'.ng mistress:
S"'Madam. you have been tuost atten-
tive to nme during mny rtay here.'
S"'Thank you. sir: thank you very
much.' said the lady.
"'Yes.' continued the young man.
'you have been most attentive, and
not only you. but everybody-every-
body in the house, if I may say so-
has been most perseveringly attentive
to me day and night, and. madam, to
show my appreciation I am going to
offer you a small present.'
"i 'How very kind!' said the landlady.
and a bright, expectant smile lit up
her face. Then the young man thrust
into her extended hand a packet of in-
Ssect powder aiid retired hastily"
Out of His Line.
Western Uelatrlve.-\% ell. Wendell.
What was the score today? Little Hos-
ton Boy--eally. 1 do not know. Is it
not your opinion, Uncle William. that
the theism of Clement and Atbanasius
furnishes a much more tenable basis
for a rational. theory of creation than
is afforded by that of Axgustinetf-
Whitefield on Love and Marriage.
George Whitefield. the most persua-
sive preaci$er Iugland has produced.
whxw1e41.m Sept. 90, 1770. could ap-
peal so powerfully to the emotions
that- be once enticed all the money
from the pocket of the prudent Frank-
ln. Yet be strangely anticipated some
modern unromantic views on the sub-
ject of marriage. In 1740 be applied to
the parents of a young lady for the
hand of their daughter, adding, "if 1
know anything of my own heart I am
free from that foolish pasilon which
the world calls love."
Whet) this prosaic proposal was de-
dined the undaunted Whitetield mar-
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against Sicknesslor Ac-
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liability from accidents
to your guests[or ser-
caused by your teams
theft or burglary.
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Simoa Pure Lard in Pails
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fiO AKqD. liJJKOS.
Pat up in do e-0- uze
lOc, 90c dozen
From Choicest Concord Grapes.
In!HaI EPints, Pints and Quarts.
Our Daily M arket
Armour Star Ham ... .. ..lb. 200
Ferris' Bacon .. .. ... 6..
Armour's Simon Pure Lard In
Palls, 3 lbs. e5c.; 6 Ibs.
Pride Oleo, In rolls .. .. .....
N. Y. State CrOm Cheee ..
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New Petatoes .. .. .. per peck, 40o
EngiM h Wahtnuts, new rep-b..2O
ituls, now crop- .... .. I b...20c
Atmonds, new ercp -. .. .. lb..20
Mixed Nuts .. .. .. .. ... 20
Florida Pecans .. .. .. 20c
Shelled Almonds, .... .. ...0.
Seeded Raisins.. ..13c lb., 2 for 25c
Currants .. .. .. 13c lb., 2 for 25c
Apricots, evaporated .. .. ......18c
Peaches,. evaporated .. .. .. 15c
Pears, evaporated .. ....... 20c
Oranges, per dozen, ...... 15o
GraFeruit, each .. .......... 5c
Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions,
Turnips, Beets,Parsley, Mint,
Carrots, ........ .. all 5c bunc
Pineapples .. .. .. 10 and 15c each
Cranberries .. .. 13c qt, 2 for 25c
CALL AND SEE OUR LARGE VAR-
IETY OF FRESH VEGETABLES.
INDIA and CEYLON
If you're a lover of fine Teas you'll
enjoy the delicate and refined fra-
grance of these delicious Teas.
PUT UP IN PACKAGES SO AS
TO RETAIN THEIR FLAVOR.
Quarter Pound Packages 15c
The National Biswl
Cakes mad Crackers
Orm City Mineral S
$300 per cme of 12 bes
s o e Jewed br e rfy
belies dcaMse whO reIl
All dat prs i watr to be ,,-- fr- pWIe s
bealtLRhfu tae -& -h water mi M dl-lj al
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Contains only the finest grades of
Coffees purified by a process that
increases and retains its essential
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It should be up-to-date the same as you would have your clothing up-to-date.
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N sad the sident
*Om ar aware, suppmo. that thit
sm ai s molly for matug moey
t pays eom; what do-aot pay
gop Beies, my .d
r hmi ~ up to making dfvreads. If t
WNt paly dlmdeds my bead gm os
We can et your work done or ball
a the salary we pay you. We shail
00t sNd your services after the lt ot
"-, Mr. Tinkham. I'v bees with
WV os sixtems years. I'm now thirty-six.
M les are beg flld by younger
SM. I tar I kay not get another."
t ai your misfortune "
"I domt know what I shlar-
1 have no time to utan to what
-o fMtuare may be. I have other mat-
ItaM to attend to."
Bkkfbrd fretted over his dscharge
S t nmde e him 1L One day a chum
Ud to him:
ck*rd, I tell you what you do.
To've got $1.00, I know. Sped half
of It having a good time. Resign your
position and go pff where you'll find
something to distract four attention
from this bugbear. When you feel
strong come back and go to work at
anything you can get to do. If y'm)
stay here you'll go under."
Blckford took the advice. He went
to Florida, putting up at a hotel where
he paid $5 a day for his board, and
stayed there a month. Instead of get-
ting matters into a better he got them
into a worse fix. He fell desperately in
The object of Bickford's affection
was Miss Maida Tibbetts, a young girl
who was staying at one of the less pre-
tentious hotels. It was more quiet and
comfortable than the caravansary
where Bickford was staying, and
Miss Tibbetts' mother, an invalid, was
with her, and the house was better
fitted for such a person. Nevertheless
from appearances there was no money
in the Tibbetts family. Bickford felt
that he was playing a contemptible
part in making it appear by the
amount that he daily expended for
board that he was opulent when in
reality he was without any income
whatever. But in his affair with Miss
Tibbetts he found at least a temporary
mental relief from his troubles and
had no heart to break with her till he
was obliged to. When his $300 was
spent, except enough for his railway
ticket home, he found himself in a po-
sition to make an explanation. iHe
told the girl the facts.
Probably she would have blamed
him for what be had done had it not
been for her repugnance to the treat-
ment he had received.
"These modern ways of doing busi-
ness," she said, "are execrable. As
soon as a mean man has established a'
successful business hb capitalizes it.
This gives him a board of directors, to
whom he pretends to be responsible.
This in turn gives him an ostensible
excuse to run the business without a
soul. Then he gits rid of those who
have helped him build it up and re-
places them by cheaper men, mere
cogwheels in the great machine he has
The question between Bickford and
Miss Tibbetts was what should they
do. They loved, and Bickford could
not support a wife. Miss Tibbetts
Colonel Spencer Cosby.
President's Military Aid, an Engi-
neer Corps Officer.
[Copyright. 1909. by Underwood & Under-
Colonel Spencer Cosby, one of the
military aids to President Taft. holds
his rank in the engineer corps of the
army. Colonel Cosby has charge of
the public buildings and grounds in
Wahbtngtou and of the Washington
Lieutenant Commander Palmer.
Naval Officer Chosen as One of the
Aids to the President.
*is No Place
ti im which to spend the winter
i o i
over as the Prettiest Resort in
d the Beauty of the City is as
dedct of the Universe left It.
The chairman of the interstate
commerce commission. which should
have more power, according to Presi-
dent Taft. is Martin A. Knapp. former-
ly a lawyer of Syracuse, N. Y. He has
been a member of the commission
since 1891 and has been its chairman
was an ardent believer in love as ft
basis of matrimony, with or without
money. She said that when she got
back to the north she thought she
could find something among her rela-
tives for Bickford to do. He had $300
In bank at home, which, with some
funds of hers. would last them for sev-
eral ninths. Bickford saw that she
favored the plan of being married
then and there. and. with many mis-
givings. he ecn.Iented. Ile had come
away without an1y income with which
to support even himself. Ile went
back %vith a wife requiring-so he con-
sidered it--a far greater income than
Mrs. lBickford after thle marriage in-
sisted ot remalninig a month longer in
Florida. HIer uiother needed to stay
there and would stand the additional
expense. The young wife did a great
deal of writing and received a number
** %_^- .-.:i+) +1 j_- ^41 i.m <
any possible loss.
That amount stands between your deposit and
This bank wants your husines.
(Branch of Volusia County Bank)
MFd stock Electric Irons, Coflee Perc,,ors. Toedus,
Griddle. Chan Dishes. Fans anid Wam Pad..
THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE ad
We admit it frankly the Merchants Bank wants your business. But we alse,
can assure you that in return for your business, this bask not only offers a Mrv
which we believe almost perfect, but unquestioned security for every dollar emrhI-
ed to our care.
In cold, v.ss-m figures, here is our guarantee to every depositor reamrd-
less of the amount he may have in this bank.
Surplus and Profits .
Daytona is known the
A. D. McBRIDE, Presidet
J. B. CONRAD. Vhe-Posdest
F. N. CONRAD, Cshier
Wool and Cotton Blankets. Medium and High Grade
Comforts, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Spreads, &c. a
BINGHAM & MALEY CO.I
FURNITURE EMPORIUM 1
r% V% I s *A* A Aft
When in need of
SHigh Class Wines and
0 Write for Price List to the
0 oldest and largest house in
0 Hotel, Club and Fine
*HIHM~lBsp b-- bew -- f -S ^y'9 1* -b
Wtrivim to 1bi
l-d g~.ds ad cm sfely s y we hare
rome nso ar as oints are concerned.
STrLES d PATTERNS JUST RECEIVED.
THE PECK-HENDRICKS CO.
felifs StaU~nery a.adchool Supolies,
* Wtougmpaph,. _Se Ing MaibKlffl
Um.SId rlS~Dle 43c b.
*7 b. peeking. Eram Wasmag Pew.
bla nowo ah a-go purchae.-
N. Beac St.
pe ters, Orockery, laswMe,
Otiery, Fishing Tackle, Toys and
Will also frame your Picture, fix
your lamps and Umbrellas, sharpen
your Saws and other Tools and r pir
almost anything that is out of whack .
In fact, for any want call on
THE NOVELTY MAN a
40 South Beach Street, Daytons, rA.
Skits from $1.00 Co
I SAkE. Perfect form ad Corset C-
ii Glove Fit i Corset '
T McCALL'S PATTE
IThe Chas. E. Gar4
I 1 it
Op. Every Day at 3:00 p. a.
The Prodal Soa
(FdRed. R indPa-itod. eNw)
- The Wa-rior's Sacrifice
Siaging and Monologue
MaSIC ST WOODS' UKLM~bIKA
g. *@A u by "- lem Hey
bw ps"om by -&CtheNow
Tk& Pefi. Camw Br d.
A. B. Kimball was a Daytona visi-
tor from Ormond this morning.
rPhoue 28 will call for your clean-
Iag and preying. 0. S. Burnett. tf
TUESAY NINHT, FEB. 8
Manhattan Opera Co.
7 Will present
THE ST KDARD COMIC OPERA
"THE ROYAL PRINCE"
Seats on Sale at Hankins'
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 orders
by the box for shipment.
George H. Munroe.
S a Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson, who
S O1 *have been located for a month or
t more with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Carson
cn Ridgewood avenue, departed this
\k morning on their return to their home
__at Charleston, Ill.
*"For Rent," 'Furnished Rooms,"
'For Hire" and "Table Board" pla-
ards at the Daily News office, tf
Byron W. King, who lectured at
the First Baptist Church Tuesday'
evening, visited the school Tues-
day afternoon and entertained and!
instructed the high school with a
Mis Lillias Purdy is substituting as -----y m----- .- -n o
teacher for the fourth grade in theta
public school. H. J. McGruder and Frank Mosby,
of Oak Hill, and Comn. J. H. Allen, of
-FOR SALE--One ReoandFordAllenhurst, and Co. Lorillard, of Ti-
runabout, cheap. F. W. POPE. 9-.3t
1 tusville, were among the out-of-town
SnImembers of the local lodge of Elks,
The many friends of Mrs. S. H.; o attended the meeting Tuesday
Gove will be glad to learn that she is ',.n n
somewhat improved the last few days.eening.
at -. t -' ta~llfltA .'fl 0 C U ?t .~ 4*~LILJ:t
LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
12:40 today; 1:10 tomorrow.
For Eastern Florida: Rain tonight
or Thurday; colder In northwest
and central portions Thursday, mod-
erate southwest, shifting to brisk
**Middleton, good sign painter.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stanley left
by train this afternoon for a ten
day's or two weeks' visit at Miami.
Mrs. C. C. Mellor arrived from
Pittsburg last night. She was accom-
panied by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Rine-
hart, both of whom are temporarily -t
The cruising yacht, Marieta, which
has been lying at the Halifax River
Yacht Club dock for several days de-
parted this morning to continue her
cruise to Palm Beach.
As the Daily News goes to press
the match game of base ball between
Daytona and Rollins Collins College
team is in progress at Harrison's
Park. The result of this contest, like
that at the city hall, will be known
M.-s. Chas .G. Dawes stopped Sat-
urday for a few days visit with her
uncle, John Blymyer, and family, on
her way from Chicago to Palm Beach.
Mr. Dawes, former comptroller of U.
S. currency, is now in the banking
business in the Windy City.
Willis Smith who was for a Ti:-
: in the employ of E. L. Shoa.'. :;!t :!it
Daytona Steam Laundry, and w.as ti-
ken from hc-re to his li hoie i .i SIarn
Springs, N. Y.. about two weeks
ago in very bad condition, died, it
is reported, in a few days after his a.A
Rainsford French, who came down
From Washington, D. C., with his wife'
and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ballough,
for a visit in this section, left Tues-
day for Billings, Mont., where he will
enter business with his brother .Mrs.
French will join her husband in a
month or more.
*Board in private family for a few
refined adults, select table, choice lo-
cation. 25 Orange avenue. d-9-4t.
The North canal, in the rear of the
residences on Bay street, the water
being as clear as crystal, and flow-
ing with a strong current, has lately
been, at times, almost crowded with
small silver mullet, and a cast net
thrown in would catch almost a buck-
etful of fish at a haul. The water
of the canal is clear and uncontami-
Henry Alexander, who has for two
years conducted a soft drink and con-
Albert Bennett arrived from Jack-
sonville this afternoon to exercise his
light as a voter at the municipal
election being held today. He will re-
turn to the State metropolis tomorrow
THE RONDA OFF ON TWO
MONTH'S CRUISE IN GULF.
The cruising yacht, Ronda, left
this morning, southbound, with a
charter party for a two months' cruise
along the gulf coast. Her owner.
Capt. J. Mortiiner Smith will go with
her as far as Miami and from that
point the party will carry their own
A wire from W. H. Pickens, racing
manager for Barney Oldfield, has
been received by T. E. Fitzgerald,
secretary of the Florida East Coast
Automobile Association that he would
arrive here tomorrow from New Or-
leans to confer with officials of the
association in reference to the corm-
ing race meet.
BAZAAR AND VALENTINE
SALE LARGELY ATTENDED.
The St. Mary's Guild Bazaar and
Valentine Sale Tuesday afternoon
and evening was largely patronized,
notwithstanding the several other en-
tertainments and proved very succes-
ful, the valentine table alone return-
ing between thirty and forty dollars.
The griddle cakes were delicious
and went as hot cakes should, while
the coffee, cake and cream added to
the enjoyment of the visitors and
Helped to swell the total preuoed1- of
thie afternoon and evening.
HANDSOME YACHT, IGLOO
AT H. R. Y. C. WHARF
The cruising yacht, Igloo, of Chi-
cago, arrived yesterday from St. Aug-
ustine via the canal, and is now :it
the Halifax River Yacht Club dock.
This handsome boat was but re-
cently built at New York and is own-
ed by J. K. Stewart, of Chicago, who
has rented the C. C. Mellor residence
on North Ridgewood avenue for the
season. Mr. Stewart is now in the city,
and his family is expected to arrive
The Igloo is eighty feet in length
and draws four feet, seven inches.
She has two forty horse power, Stan-
dard engines and is beautifully fin-
ished throughout. Her furnishing will
be completed at this place.
COLORED BISHOP SENT TO
JAIL FOR THREE YEARS
BALTIMORE, Feb. 9-Denounced as
a menace to society, John Samuel
Sturdevant, negro bishop of the
"Holy Church of the Living God"
and leader of "Holy Ghosters" was
sent to jail today for three years
by Justice, Grannin. He was accus-
ed of assaulting one of his white wo-
man followvers. Other women follow-
ers refused to testify, against him.
By Express T
Both Ladies' and G6
Our Sixth Shipment ot Sweater
0 \ AT'C SOUTHWARD BOUND cow
j ,AT Ivenience at ALLENHURST|
2 Five Hundred Feet of Free- IVock. Free Water. Honw-Mad<-i
G (rocerles t at City Prices, Launch Supples.. WE CARRY thwj
.sTOP OVER tnl(d ENJOY th- FIsHI ;. We n1wrehe I- An
IINDIAN RIVER COMIPAT,.
PEARY MADE A
REAR ADMIRAL.! 3ii
\WASHINGTON, Feb. :.--The Sen-
- te today passed a bill to make Com-
imander Peary, North Pole discoverer,
.i rear admiral on th, retired list.
SIX KILLED, SCORE INJURED,
IN MINE EXPLOSION TODAY
IEXINGTON, Feb. 9-Six persons
were killed and a score injured to-
day in an explosion in the Sterns
mine. State Inspector Norwood re-;
p(ive'ri teletrrani and hae riuqhed toJi
Rents new Idpi h
week; $G6.00 per mml'
the scene. -iV ltm, Inil
W-st End Central
TWO BIG ALLIGATORS
ENGAGE IN BATTLE Erb
Two of J. W. Booth's big alligators Coll s
in the pen at the rear of Bingham
and Maley Co.'s store, engaged in a ant
battle royal Tuesday afternoon and
before they could be separated the 0
larger one had twisted and broken By Our NwM
a leg of the other Their mouths ,
were pried open and they were beat-
en apart by the use of clubs.
BYRON W. KING Daytona
AS AN ENTERTAINER.* Laundt
The second entertainment of the
Lyceum Course was given at the First PhoM
Baptist Church Tuesday evening, and i
the lecturer. Byron WV. Kinx. A -i _
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