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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 10, 1910
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00429
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NAWARtD LITTLE WILL DIE TO-
MORROW IN THE ELECTRIC
CHAIR AT RICHMOND STORY


OF THE CRIME.


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RICHMOND, Va., Feb. 10-Unless
oermnr ann sees fit to interfere, C TY CMMISSIONERS TIM10 I YEARS OLD
HowardLittle, "the sextuple murder- ME AT DE L WILL BE M N ELK.
er" of Buchanan county'; will die in A LAN WILL E AN L
the electric chair in the State peni-
tntary here tomorrow morning. The CONSIDERABLE IMPORTANT BU- JOSEPH TUFFREE WILL BE THE
codiemned man has abandoned all
hope of receiving a respite. He is SINESS TRANSACTED AT MEET- OLDEST ELK IN THE UNITED
chiefly concerned about the disposi- ING HELD MONDAY AND TUES- STATES-GRAND EXALTED RU-
tion of his body. He wants to be bur-
11 DAY.LER WILL ATTEND INITIATION.I
ied at his old home in McDowell Co., DAY. LE W L ATTEND INITIATION.
West Virginia, and has received as- The Board of County CommissioneE MARSHALLTOWN, Ia., Feb. 10-
surance that the small amount of
brne tha left wil be usma tomet in regular session in DeLand A large family party assembled today
be has left will be used to carry
out his wish. Monday evening and Tuesday fore- to celebrate the one hundredth birth-
The crime for which Little is to pay noon. The following road and bridge day of Joseph Tuffee, who is be-
the death penalty was probably the I reports were submitted: lieved to be the oldest men in this sec
t
most fiendish in the criminal records, District No. 1-Progress on prison tion of Iowa. Mr. Tuffree is a hale
of Virginia. For the purpose of rob-; house on Osteen-New Smyrna road and hearty man for his years. A
bery he wiped out an entire family! few weeks hence when the Elks ded-
of six persons anl then sought to con and cate their magnificent club house
ceal the crime by burning the bodies District No. 2-General repairs. here, he will be initiated into the or-
of his victims. District No. 3-Pinestrawing Stet- der. The occasion will be made a,
The scene of the tragedy was the son-Glenwood and DeLeon-Clifton notable one, in view of the fact thai.
little town of Hurley, Buchanan coun-t
little town of Hurley Buchanan c roads and general repairs. Mr. Tuffree will be the oldest Elk
ty. The victims were AuntDistrict No 4-Repairs to Daytona- iu the entire country. Judge J. U.
jims. an aed woman who was Sen- v ftMvin *I1eMarr, Grand Exalted
etmrally supposed to keep a large sum Fort Orange road and the DeLand-iler, and a number of other pro-
of money about her ,her son-in-law, Daytona road and rebuilding Smith inent officials and members of the- o-
George Meadows, his wife and their Creek draw. attend the nation. .r.
three children. District No. -Shelling Oak Hill- der will attend the iniDelewaretion. .iur.
tlieechidrn.Tuffree is a native of DelewaeN bm
On the morning of September 22. Titusville road and general repairs. las been a resident of Iowa for mon'
last, neighbors discovered Meadows' The former action of the Board re- than half a century.
mutilated body lying in the yard of fusing payment of bill of S. H. Gove
his destroyed home. Two bullet holes was sustained M T T NT NTI
through the body and a gastly wound Commissioner Cade was granted au- ENTIRELY
ta the neck, which almost severed thority to build a lighter for Astor,
the head from the body gave the dis- Ferry, Lake county to pay half the TO BLAME [ OR B6B H PRICES
coveters their first evidence of the cost.
extent of the tragedy. The attorneys of the Board were
A search of the ruins of the house instructed to notify all Buss autos, SO DECLARES THE FEDERAL BU-
disclosed a sickening spectacle. The log carts and lumber carts, the provis REAU OF STATISTICS IN A
blackened masses of half burned flesh ions of the law as to their use of
and charred bones of two women and county roads. STATEMENT MADE PUBLIC TO-
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^ three children were found beneath tne
I to enter, the debris, each body bearing evidence
She would be- of murder committed before the
S or later and house was destroyed by fire.
Year's prison Bloodhounds were rushed to the
Ordered that scene and a posse at once started in
tokely tO be- pursuit of the murderer. Many signs
The "public pointed to Howard Li.ttle as the mur-
to prevent deer and within a week after the
wh lho'are un- tragedy he was taken into custody.
H was educat- Little's wife confessed to having
above average vashed his bloody clothing the day
easily prove after the murders. She stated also.
Ak living and so that he had left their home about
o t; courts, dark the night of the tragedy and
ot of Appeals, icturned the next morning with his


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the County Commissioners of Hills-
boro county that the Board will at-
tend the Commissioners 'meeting in
Tampa. Feb. 24th, 1910, as a body or
by representative.
The clerk was instructed to adver-
tise for lease of all county prisoners
except females and those whose time
shall be three months and under.
It was agreed by the Board that
-when the citizens of Port Orange
and vicinity raise the sum of $,-10
and place same in Merchants IBank,
l),ytona. for the purpose otf takin-
care (f the convicts, ConnInsoi:)lkt'"
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DAY.
WVASHINGTON, Feb. 1-1-Figures
showing that the meat trust is not
entirely responsible for high prices
came from the statistics bureau to-
day. The bureau declares that live
stock receipts in seven leading inter-
ior markets last year was consider-
ably lower than the average for the
past five years. ('attle rec'ipts ,T
Chicago fell below three miill.oi fI,,r
the first time since l9t'2.
Grain receipts at fift'-een of ti, ,:--
Sipal interior miarket5 x'i, s i1'.A' :" l,-
:lr than ani y i1e -.<( '.,, .4 A


E. W. GREmE


IS AGAIN



THE MAYI

LARGEST VOTE POLLED


TERDAY OF ANY


MUNIC


ELECTION IN THE HISTORY'


DAYTONA.


Those elected:


Mayor-E. W. Greene.
Clerk-A. McF. Porter.
Assessor-W. M. Moore.
Collector-W. H. Edmondson.
Treasurer-F. T. Peck.
Councilmen (two years) H. E.
dick, L. G. Lyman, S. W. O'B
Henry Schmidt; (1 year) E. T.
rad.
School Trustees-W. M. Han
Wm. Jackson and A. J. Wilder.


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Three hundred and seventeen out
of a possible 326 votes were cast in
the municipal election yesterday, the
heaviest vote ever polled in the'city.
E. W. Greene was elected mayor
lby eleven votes over Henry T. Titus.
Greene received 125 votes and Titus
114. Zuber reck ived 69 votes.
The vote in detail was as follows:
For Mayor:
E. W. Greene, 125.
Henry T. Titus, 114.
M. H. Zuhtr, f9.
'or (C'lerk:
A. McF. Porter, 247.
I'or Assessor:
\V. 11. Moore. S7.
.i. I. Lynch, 52-.
1). F. R-andolIph, 0.
F. \V. l'oi ,. 4:;.
1or Collector:
\V. t. Edniondsoni, 114.
WV. G. tlobbs, 49.
R. L. Smith, 4S.
E. L. Bond, 47.
Geo. F. Smith, 33.
For Treasurer:
F. T. Peck, 2"'6.
For Councilmen 2 year.-).


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Attorney
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"yes" is
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RIVERS




THE MEI

BE PRE
LATE "
WAS HI
million dc
propriatio
committee(
Ie report
afternoon.
The bill
MississipI:
Ohro and
It also pr
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FOR


SAYING


IY MINING MAN CONSULT-
M AS TO LEGALITY OF'


I BED MARRIAGE.


GO, Feb. 10-The case of
Seth Crews for a $35,W
renouncing the single word
on trial here today.
says he was consulted by
th, a wealthy mining man, to
Sdeath-bed marriage was le-
vs 'answer was "yes." Smith
tried Miss Sarah Patterson,
Hours later. Mrs. Smith
egal heir of $400,00 left by
Drews wants $35,000 of this


AND HARBORS BILL


HAS BEEN COMPLETED.

SURE WILL PROBABLY
"SENTED TO THE HOUSE


THIS AFTERNOON.


NGTON, Feb. 10-The forty
)lUars Rivers and Harbors ap-
n bill was completed by te ,.
e today and will probably
ed to the House late this

I provides $4.:,4u ,ii for the
pi river, $3,>uooou for the
$1,000),i00 for the Missouri.
rovidus that a board of en-
hall investigate various poa-
r and harbor improvements.

{RY OF THE, SUGAR
COMPANY ON TRIAL.
YORK, Feb. Il Charles
-cretary of the American
fining Company of New Jer-
)laced on trial in the Feder-
today for alleged conspiracy
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II i t ()na "'(t eiramu tmie gov trn iiifnt- rit 1y urt-
L. G. Lyman, 22,. -"2', r tne J, erunLLnI uy un-
S. W. O'Brien, 2"'2. d4-erAeiglhin.i .
II. E. Burdick, 192. IHe has the novel defense that he
Henry Schmidt, 16o. c.(ured an immunity bath by his
S J. M. Osborn. 146. t#.tifyitvi bt-fort the. grand
SSimon Heymann, 7. ilry v hir'h bro iht rh-. indictment
For Councilmen (1 year i ;iginllst him on i th, str-ngth of his
E. T. Conrad, -221. 'I- I P.il.ral azttr'loy.s say the
I For School Trustees: '' 11 i ,t h(ld.
\V. M. lHiankins, 2'22.
Win. .Ja(ksonI, is. SOCIAL AND MUSICAL
A ... Wildr. 1-. AT EPWORTH HALL TONIGHT
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AiM LesOiothes at 00 responding prices.


QUIGGS' BAKERY
PRODUCERS OF THE *
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SAKERT GOODS.
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WVOKAJS EXCAMGE
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STOMOKA RIVER and
I NEW SMYRNA

SomCLE SAM am CuEROKEE
X Largest, rtst, anod Excellent Ser- 5
vice. L. E. ELLINWOOD, Mgr.



FOUR CYCLES
ILZX BVPMarine Kngif g
LH. C Thompson, Agent
DeMonstrating engine can be sen at
Sany tnim. Phonef8t

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F. T, ril-CHER
HAVANA CIGARS
North Beach St, Daytona la.
CALL FOR MY CIGARS
$_ Clear Havana Smokers 5c.


| JACOB ESPEDAHL
* Co.,tr-'tor and Builder
2~fligper and Craftsman
a .uperlntends Construction of Bu'ld-
SInes. Plans and Specflcations
3 on Short Notice.
I DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
iniInmmumuau s***nil*I Jil


OSCAR MICHAEL
g CONTRACTOR
5 Filling and Grading
S Heavy Hauling a Specialty.
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By L C. MAR .
0- ot ~Ditom.a's boring glol
rhes ta ht I"omparable beach. No
me who 'er t oot upon Its
smooth, pmew Un; "o 0" who
via. pifled a bloycle over fts ox-
gawe; 19 09 who ever 9IOTs a]
pirancsg pair of oes ad listen-
ed to the popping of their steel show
upMon its aphafltum-Ulke ee; no one
who ever steered a high-power au-
tomobile down the broad stretch of
Swave-washed and surf-packed sand
but realized that It is a world-beat-
eru a world-wonder. Go stand upon
I this wide speedway and see the hap-
py souls flit by in Joyous mood, and
answer whether this is not one of
I the seven modern wonders.
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.
SWhere think you is water with more
pict .ibsque surroundings? Nearly a
mile w'de. fringed with tropical vege-
tation, artistic cottages with roomy
verandas looking out upon her bosom,
Sgamey food fishes in countless num-
bers t.ckoniug, 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
wonders.
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge-
wood.


.JoBn K- SHEELEY

A .oy Af t



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 Vulcaniz-
Ing. With proper work you get one-third
more mileage---quite an item at the present
time. Practical work done at THB VUL-
CANIZIRS, OOTTAGU AvzxIUE, Win. 8.
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.



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Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzab, Ph. G.
DIaytona Offlc, ovr GiIl-'f lharimiacy, hours
2:(I) to 4:(i p). iM .
Nose, Throat, Lanss and Rhumatism treated
by the Electro-Thermos-Vibratory Method.
Daytona Beach Offic', in The Van Valzah
Block, hours88:LIto 1O:jiuji. in. 1 p,.,cial hours
by atppolntment.

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superficial observer. With such lav-
ish wealth of natural beauty It be-
came an essy thing for the hand of
man to give the finishing touches
wbich hae, wrought o t the colors
and outlines of the big picture.
Mn 4 am w oi1A the t W 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 all over the conptnpot
And as for the pavement^, 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 msre
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
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SIs the spice o[ mlie
Ridgewood avenue ts upon the crest DR. F. H. HOUGHTON you find it.
of a broad ridge, straight as the crow The birds flit i
flies and the wide spreading branches Dentist Joyous notes help
of the heavy-trunked live oaks ex- Office in Peck Block and symmetry to tl
tend their giant arms across the mag- 3 PHONE 3o West End South Bridge fru ch
g As for fruits, chi
nificent vista, forming an arch, and ------------- ------n- Daytona yields the
from these extended arms great fes- quality and quantity
toons of Spanish moss sway as the -- -n -- are- scores of citru
trade winds from the tropic seas OSTEOPATHY imity to the city,
fan them Looking straight ahead D;J. C. Herman o t to te earth with
Graduate under A.1't. Still, founder of to th. earth with
down this white shell street one has Osteopathy at Kirksvlle. Missouri. luscious golden g
te impression of a fairy path with NINETH SEASON IN DAYTONA S
te impression of a fairy path with Located on Volusia Avenue, 2 doors beauty, proflicacy
elfish draperies, but as you move we hofBe St.,opsit TheGabn qualities would trul
'Phne 40 Lady attendant
along and cast an eye first to the SU-n --- ---- ---0 O N-- The Fastest Autos
right and then to the left you see dis- O
tinguished cottage homes in the most 0mmo92oI9I9OE O @NNOI@ The seventh wor]
delightful settings. E. L. STEWART 8 ask? Come, whet!
See the glistening leaf of the grand Physician and Surgeon 5 or from Maine, fr
magnolia which nature has varnished 3 X-ray and High Frequency 0 Timbuckto, and you
as no artists' brush ever could; and Apratus Here is where the
N Appratus. 0
the cabbage palms with their b.,rdeus 'Phon ., 4thdoorw.vtof 1 speed is broken wit
of showy fruit and swaying palms; 2Po .h0or.-t seso bok t
OMOSlMlGNOMN *EgglOlOl n ~loI season. Autos, the
see the lovely holly with its cxquis- *eat, and the finest a
ite berry; see the climbing vines IOlO ltlOn--OEol-llOl- and the big show
run riot in the trees; see the cryp-* S. H. GO VE pure artesian watei
togamnions forms which gain a foot- ARCHITECT BUILDER nds of flowing we
0 ARCHITECT, BUILDERadsoflwn j
hold on the great oaks and stately and CONTRACTOR tenuous show with
palms, and surely you will Join in (lhI'PC ;.nlc: Nrthw. -t 0 jir scene.
the chorus and say that this is a rii.r Rid.r,'woo ,,nd V-u1u).... Everything goes,
T*-~n. U' illf O
world wonder for beauty : Tl-tin power, up to a 20)0-
Surpassing. Beauty of Our Cottage llllnllll lll _all degrees of speed
Homes. ----- --lI---l-------l a .two-mile-a-minute
No one of Daytona's attractions, rbl cth the
ehrnearly uni- D, D. & C. M. ROGERS : roteabry crtaan th
perhaps, commands more nearly uni- C. M. do the roads and th


ana nere s were

n, and with their
to give fullness
ie picture.
oice citrus fruits,
palm to none for
:y per acre. There
is groves in prox-
branches bending
their burdens of
lobese, which for
and all desirable
y astonish you.
3 and The Finest
ut.
lId wonder, do you
her from Missouri
om Kalamazoo or
i will be "shown."
world's record for
.h every recurring
biggest, the fast-
ire on daily parad
is as free as the
r from the thous-
Ulls. It is a con-
constantly shift-

from a 2-horse
horse power, and
d from acanter to
clip. You will
spirit, when you


Beach are yours.


(a --o00gitam

Boo-


THE
PRINCES&

ISSENA
Seabreeze

Six Acres of Park
age. All Modern
Improvements

Rates: $3.00 per
Day and up


L Z. BURDICK
CONTACTR
Md BUILDER
Cottages a specialty
Estimates furnlsho
All work guar-
antefd.
Sembregie, Fuorldi

FITZGERALD
&
OATES

LAWYERS
Daftoau. Fla.


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mands. Besides hotels and
houses there is ample cottage
modation for all winter visit=%
Seabreeze contains a hand@=$
opera house and a Congregati |H
Church; at Daytona Beach is a JIL
SChurch. An excellent high
'i situated near the division line bw.
twcen the two town.r.. Both tow s
ihave enterprisiad bu-iniess establish-
lishments, as is evidenced by the
advertisements on the left and righAL
All the attractiveness of SeabreM
Supplies to Daytona Beaich, the h.
towns being so si'.:Iarly sitnatdL
,The development of Dv-itona Bea B
has been fully as p:enoninal as itb


BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


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byam cof tourists.
deree $ in the summery and ,

rin the winter, with an
who deeire to camaps tadw d^



extra rise or drop of a few




ation, marks this as one of ths
Shealthful locations a in any
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The mean itself, withits
degas a floor, is the greatestnd
in although e winter, with and air and
extra rise or drop of a few ^ ^^
ation, mar ks thia as one of tft^^


ao have entered into a Mns
Sthe country, north. cast, souft er'i^


Sto enhance its every char its .
- beach is the famous automoM i
as a floor, is the greatest
although earth and air and w
Sto hesave records it onto ainues to
to enhance its e rivalry. cha
The sand ofis th is famous atoma
is compoursed l where every of therld's


the coquina clam, which awe
5 one-half inch long and very
For ages Nature has been made
them up, wase records it continues tom ck

is round, unfit for mortar,
The sand of this sfamoSothnsM




its holding together, yet, .
is contemposed large, the vly mome t
leaves the wtcoquina cla, apwhich are s





these round particlesset
into a cement almost as hard!
pone-halt, beyond the cong and er
one who has Nature has b seen nit. l
Them up, washing them Back l B
surf and pulverizing them. -U B




unndeccrery, s twhe micpe each M
it is e round, unfit for mortar, b
The beach has a widts thn of
I its holding together, yet, n R B




con feet, and can bte, the ved fry mome t a'
leaves the wet, apparently sof tH



after until two hourticles before hte




thus giving an average of s'
* eight hours for automobiliag 8
part of each day.
Seabreze and Daytona fesir d
intohave a permanent populatias hu .






proximately 1500. Sanitary
nances are strictly enforced, d
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Confections,
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LUNCH

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L Ce CHISHOLMI
Tonsorial Parlor
Oldest stand In town
NKW 8XMRN A,FLA.
Moles and Warts
W-moved Without
Pain
BAiriTAiky BATES

PURE

ICE CREAN
Confections
Cold Drinks

The Best of Every-
thing In Our LUneI


RIZY'S


New Smyrna
Lb the Place



ROSE VILLA
MKs. H. MOELLER
Proprietress
Meals for Transients
u Specialty
NFW N'MYRNA
F l. RI IIA


ASK
ME


bIt afit niam.
ORMOND F


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eat 9rer twe

Switch yoi
fatonoe .nd d.oi
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Pleawiri-t! .;* <
on .' it .. v
ORMOND, FLA.
Frank Mason, i r-.
Rates:f9.00 r nd T!jI
per day; I -:Ato
(i6.00 per wt

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

GUAVA JELLY
MARMALDES AND
TROICAL
PRESARNES
Specid Attesta to
P-By Order
Pn American Ex-
jtifon-Buffalo
west rIndiaExpos-
t Ion-Charlestou
Louisiana Purchase
Expostttlo.sRt.L ouis


E. C. TOTMAN
()RMOND, FLA.
Fine Groceries
Vcgctables Fruits
F4.lt jind Smoked
MEATS


MOUKDGROVE
ORANGES
and
Grapefruit -
Best Grown
tint, Atil<)iiobivt
Ho;'(t l')Ml] I
North of
HOTEL ORMONID
Beed, Knox and
Beed Company
I'-)W Postofflce


} ORKNOD is fv miles north Of
latd on the Wetera
tak of t Halifax River. Th1 lo.
Catioa of the town permits of gd.
drainage a*# perfect saitati.; th*
elvtio s I .prb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge on-
Aects mond with Ormond Beach.'
Many fine r'id Stained on either side of the river,!
a most of them m.belliehed with sub-.
S tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
* thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
r treesL
; The town is very cosmopolitan,
has an excellent graded school, sev-.
eral churches, a fine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
comfortable and convenient hotels
*zd boarding houses.
Ormond has many of the Florida
Atth -lions-fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
isalubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
At Ormond Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
sister, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
Halifax River, while the latter has as
Sits outlook the magpficent beach and
the broad Atlantic.
The walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
bors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
rustic seats which are mute invita-
tions to enter into the enjoyment
thereof.
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-
riage or automobile-long drives and
short drives; drives through groves
of golden oranges; drives through
dense tropical forests to Spanish
ruins; drives to the ancient Cause-
way built by the slaves of planters
of long ago, and drives to the planta-
tions of hospitable settlers, whose
places are replete with the interest
of Southern fruits and flowers.
One of these interesting planta-
tions is Numta.,r Wiae, Located on the
peninsula, five miles north of the
Hotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
orange grove, together with great va-
rieties of other sub-tropical fruits
and flowers.
Five miles further on you come to
Moundgrove, one of the finest orange
groves in this section of Florida.
Mound.rove is on the headwaters of
the Halifax River and is amid pretty
surroundings. The place is reached
by a good road [passing Number -6
Nine] and is a drive all tourists may
enjoy.
ATTAI AND ROOMS TO LET- i
ALFurnishe.d; Modern Im-
!;C liOT USi proveinentR; on River
Front orSildeRtr.ets. Re'nts Reasonable. ]
;Vr' to W. F. ('IOLBY at Ormond.


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OLLON
A WuIrM Ao
a a ab6bb


ORMONDi
IF IN ANY WAY
INIBRrPnD
nr PROrPzTY IN
ORMOND OR
ORMOND BKACH
He Will Give Your
Business Prompt
Attention


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


COOK'S GROVE

On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South of Ormond


One of
Groves
County


the Finest


in


VISITOR


WELCOME


THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

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


I PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPIENT
COMPANY
ine.)
OWNER of the BEST
River Front
PROPERTY
IN PORT ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands
Se-...
L V. OATES. Sec.,
Ilatona, or
W. C. hOWf:S, Agt
Purt Orange.


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


J. W. PERKINS


Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


Will Practice In
State and
Federal
Courts

DELAND, FLA.


rolusia W. D. HAYNES
Grocer
RS DELAND, FLA.


"We Speak for
Your Trade,."


LANDIS & FISHl
Attorneys at Law
Practicing In 11
State and Federal
Courts
Special facilities for
investigation g and
prfecting titles
MPKLANI), FLA.


STEWART &11BY
Isaac A. Btewart
Egford Bly
Mary Stewart-
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Publio
DEMAND. PLA.



DL.AND, FLA.

Clothiea
Furmishijngs
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
GRaVES
TIMBER or
TRUCK
LAND
'til for Bi rg*Ain
ht(bt't to
Pr 2 IV% *3tU


PORT ORANGE
BEACH.

Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
C'Ofiil"flt t0 Auto-
ni iu)l -,nt i t' (t"'our ,'
niul lirl ,' .
.k p i)v to
WM. C. HOWES
A.\Fll n
Por "1 |tl*'rl.i'+'-, F it.


BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO.
MINinuftktunr* r-
Light granitee, Buff, Red anti


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: te *Mr~l ldittima of the
s$1 BM s of the interI U it

aS The 0tmm l FlIordta."
hairtty has a faculty of

art of- N iW an buildings and
equipm tW; amy $30MOO endow-
ment; C0 mg. Lienbrary alone rep-
resentihe ns wt ivubeutiin building
endowmeadt ad books, of more than
$120,04L The lbfRary is the United
States GOvummACt 'epository for the
State of Florida, and camtins over
15,000 voumes. Science Hall, one
of the newest of 16 buildings, with
its furnishing represents an outlay
of $60,(00 Elizabeth Hall is one of
the most boatful college buildings
in the SouWt
The city has a population of about
3,50,: with a thickly settled country
adjacent. DeLand proper is five
miles, east of the St Johns River,ion
the- hig roUliag pine land of the
great "'ange Ridge" of Florida.
The jiedouminatin ,-odutb are
oranges and grapsfrit, the estimated
crop from this vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches, pears, Japan persimmons,
plums, pecanzs 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,1
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 rcprewscted.
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 Oste"n 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
LUMBER
COMPANY
Manufacturers o
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
Agents:
Mu1ry7F PSalmt
Paroled
Whitehall Oemme
ElDorado Plaad-
Georgia Olay
BondYandw
DmLAND, VLA.


ALLEN'S
Ntxt to Posto ee
DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS
DiLAND, FLA.


A. H. OODM
The
Leading
GROCER
DzLAND, ILA.

J. A.
ERICKSON
& Co
Largest Stock a
Pianoet Organm=Id
Sewing Machias
%outh of sacmn:lUi
DuLAND, FLA.

Florida Wagoa
Works and
Machine Shops
"OOTT HODGO KI
Pronritme
DzLAND, FLA.
Manufacturer oft
Beg1iles and Marrey


SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSURANCE
AGENCY
I)rFL.\N ', FLA.
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-J -a groandu have bem
d of the bunaed 4W 1s and rub-
BIuOO vbwhch ba eitheI bees hauled
iio off or it n amt PU and tng
abmnt the place are greatly Improved
Nature will soon be weaving a green
S flower strewn turf to obliterate all


E w i- F ... a signs of the fire which struck such a
-n a cruel blow to the interests of beau-
stafT Schadl is in a fur- -beautiful Seabreeze.
U llcabidoii anld large congrega-
t ttmd the afternoon services. j-- -,.
~' w*tege by Dr. B. F. Marh arm
I" 437. Doings
ffi M Hunt, of New York, is spend a TDaytona--
lo the winter with his parents, Mr. S -- -
a -I Mrs. John Hunt, at their winter B each
bh" eM Q Halifax avenue.
NMauricee Thompson is included in
Sa new arrivals from Newark, N. Y. DAYTONA BEACH, Feb. 10-A pret-
tm located for an indefinite stay on ty little wedding ceremony took place


ramadview avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Demuth and
aughter, who have been guests at
th Princess Issena for two months
kft Monday for Palm Beach.
3. B. Case, of Lakewood, 0., came
Up from Clearwater last week, anc
will spend the remainder of the sea
son on valley street.
Mrs. Frederick Baylies and child
of Chicago, arrived Monday and are
located at the Waterman cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. Wood and family, wh(
have been spending the winter or
Ocean boulevard at one of the board
tg houses, have recently leased Mrs
Julia Martin's cottage and are now
occupying it..
John Dock, of Seattle, Wash., is a
Very spry young man of 75 winters.
?eterday .morning he started from
icean boulevard at 7:30 on a little
lmunt and reached the inlet at
1:*3, going by comfortable stages at
4 rate of three miles an hour. He
me back by boat. This morning he
V feeling none worse for the walk
M is ready to try it again when the
VWather is just right.
The boaWDixie carried a large del-
qation from Seabreeze and Dayto-
ma Beach Tuesday evening to hear
lkyon W. King's lecture.
The sewing circle met Wednesday
WVthMrs. A. S. Randall, the presi-
dent. It was hand bag day, and all
Numbers were expected to contribute
at least one sample of a new idea on
the subject. A pleasant social af-
ternoon was spent.
The little reading room on Oak-
Iftdge avenue is growing apace. Sev-
nral book contributions and also mon-
ey has been donated recently, both
of which are highly appreciated. Looh-
Ing over the register it is quite en-
couraging to note the large number
of entries made.
Mrs. Chas. Calder, of Toledo. 0.,
Joined Mrs. Emma G. Taylor at the
Abercrombie home for a few days vs-
It. On Friday Mesdames Taylor and
Calder left for Palm Beach and M'iami
for a few weeks visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Benford and a party
Of four, tourists who are spending the
Winter at Sanford. arrived W\Vednes-


at the Seaside Inn at 2:30 Tuesday
afternoon between Miss Virginia Mc-
Kenzie of Negannie, Mich., and W.
P. Cole, of Hot Springs, Ark. The
ceremony took place in the front par-
lor of the hostelry, in the presence
cf about twenty-five invited guests,
most of whom are hotel habitues, Rev
\. H. Burns, of Chicago, officiating.
Flowers, most beautiful, the orchid,
and lily of the valley, were not want-
ing in the wedding decorations. The
guests at the hotel table with Miss
Mackenzie and her mother, presented
the flowers to decorate the
table at the noon luncheon. The pre!-
ty young bride was becomingly at-
tired in a traveling suit and hat, the
groom in the conventional black, and
they both looked absurdly happy, so a
(rusty old gentleman said as they
boarded the buss on their wedding
trip. Mr. Cole is a prominent real es-
tate man of his section and has for
his bride a very charming young lady
all the way from the Wolverine State
Mr. Cole and his bride go from St.
Augustine to Atlanta, and from there
to their home in Hot Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. Hoskins, of West
Virginia, who were visiting Mr. and
Mrs. McNutt at Daytona Beach last
meek, have continued their journey
to St. Lucie. this state, where Mr.
HIoskins has interest in a large pin-
cry.


The Tofigny Club were entertained
ty Miss Green Monday evening at
her winter cottage on Valley street.
The San Souci Club will meet with
Mrs. J. A. Coburn, Seabreeze, on
Thursday afternoon, the usual hour.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mortimer s-t
up their household goods last week
Sin their pretty new winter home on
Palmetto avenue, where every pros-
p)ect pleas-s and they" are as happy
as two birds in a bush.
Dr. I. I. Springer has recently
purchased of ('has. A. Cherry, the lot
*,n Paln.ttto avenue, north and adjoin-
inLz Mr. Cherry's home property.
Mrs. \V. I. F-rt.-man went up to
Jacksonvill- Sunday to visit her m,.)tl-
er who is in feeble health.
E. J. Collette and wife, of Chicago.
art, temporary sojourners at Pine-


co-tume social will be given at theM '__m. 'u.
paronage the evening of February f1[ 5kA ILu 1
2id. A progr of tableaux, reef- film "_fe a
tatioms, etc., win be given. f ay. ftm Dpemoriin ft
The Tuesday evening dances and T. IL FmrnALD, ittW c-gW.
the Friday evening concerts .t tbe H US3 OitWr -
Seasife Inn furnish impetus for at mnr as Ucond-camb P-
Ileast two pl"Wnt social gatheDrings mbenr 1.0F, Sat th. -n e eA ct
Sat this well known hotel each week. March uM -_
SThe E. H. Webster'Co., have re-- "
cently had to put in a delivery wa-' '
igon in order to supplythe .rush of bus- INCREASE OF BUSINESS
Iness. I DEMANDED MORE HELP:
-- O0. S. Burnett has added another
THE NEW MEN'S CLUB. member to his tailoring force In the
SOrmond is to have a Men's Club*person of P. Cook, an experienced
with appropriate building very soo man from Jacksonville, formerly of
:ith appropriate building very soon
., I St. Augustine.
:.f plans now rapiuly maturing come; i ... .. -* ..... --r
o planythng.amaj e i Mr. Burnett' s force now numbers
-o anything. Major Lewls is engin- been
e.-:sIn seven, or two more than has been
eering this new enterprise with all necessary in former seasons to han-
the enthusiasm of both youth and ex-, die the business.


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FOR TRUCK


perience. Two meetings were held .-
l "OLIVETTE" LAST NIGHT
last week and a third on iMondayI AT.OPERA HoUSES
night. AT OPERA HOUSE
This is the way the project takes The Manhattan Opera Company U
shape. The old Yacht Club, with its playing at the Daytona Opera House I j
property at the foot of Lincoln ave-. this week, presented that sprightly -
r-ue is to be taken over bcdly. This! opera, Olivette, to a rather light, but AT
calls for ten shares at $25 per thoroughly appreciative audience last U
share. It is proposed to raise_ twen- night. D
ty shares more at $25 to put up the' The part of Olivette and that of
shell of the proposed club building, i the Countess of Rousellon, as taken !'
This will stand near the west end by Kittie Nice Perle and Nella I-
ot the present Yacht Club pier. and: Brown, were particularly well por- j- "
about ten feet east of the new sea trayed, although the characters |lf | s MlAIt"
wall. throughout were well sustained and UPUvnlYLIEV LkfINALS B
It is proposed to make the building the music exceptionally fine, the cast'
one story high and twenty by thirty being supported by a strong chorus, A R L
with the end toward the street. On, The make-up of Wilbur Cox, as
the south side will be added a gener-j Coquelicot, was a smile in itself and' Concluded from first page
eus covered piazza, where in easy this clever comedian kept the au- census of the prisons throughout the
chairs problems of state can be dis- dience a-titter, whenever he appeared country last year showed that 15 per
cussed. before the footlights, cent. of the prisoners were foreign
The club wants to add shares! Mr. Kane has certainly assembled! born. TWO
aTcompany ofnmoreothandusualetalen
enough to the proposed thirty to sup- a company of more than usual talent "This problem is far more im- UW
ply the needed furniture but has wise-i and ability, and Managers Snead and portant than the white slave business SiMd
ly decided to strike for the building Weitz, of the Daytona Opera House, ever will be," said Commissioner of andS&lH
first. Most of this money is already! are to be congratulated upon secur- Immigration Keefe. "Why should estedusi
promised or in sight. The city cou- ing for several nights this excellent we fill up our jails with this sort of n 7
cil has granted permission for the operatic troupe, truck? If a man becomes criminal .
ilding and it is expected that work! Tonight the Bohemian Girl will be within three years after he enters -
will be actually begun soon. Good for presented and at the Saturday mat-! it is proof enough that he isn't fit cote
the men of Ormond' inee that always popular opera, Pina-! for American citizenship, on .d
"f______ ore. "In all, the people of this country 11
ORMOND VS. ROLLINS. Do not fail to embrace the oppor- are paying for the keep of 1,347,0001------ --
Te R i ba bl ta tunity of hearing the Manhattan Op- people born in other lands. I believe N
The Rollins base ball team has era Company during this engagement, the best part of our immigration is!
v-isited Ormond again and everybody....'- Dwelfirf% 1
visited Ormond again and everybody: if you appreciate clever acting and past and that the laws should be ;
is happy -except Rollins. god music made more strict every yr In theL Oak.
The boys arrived last Saturday and l musc made more strict every years I there were 6.617,00 an.
HoielOrmon wastheir whie the DAYTNA W< nclastc seven years there were 6.617,00, ORO -
Hotel Ormond was theirs while they DAYTONA WAS DEFEATED immigrants let into this country and 'CON R
remained. J. D. Price did everything IS
possible to D.ke their stay pleasant BY ROLLINS COLLEGE TEAM over 70 per cent of them came from INSURAU
Possible to i::ake their stay pleasant'
except to p'... up a ball team that The game played Wednesday after- southernn and southeastern Europe ard-
Rollins could beat. There were tuo nioon between Daytona and the base Western Asia.
games, on the afternoons of MN ball team from Rollins College Winter "People dont' rea'i-e how many peon o*i
!v.T -cioi.i1 ,aA ;_ i- Vh *)-I^ %in #.j. tL i "I _, V. PH ^ ^^ ^


day and Tuesday, and in both gamti-.-
Ormond came out ahead. How ti.
games went by innis s told by,
following s or's:
Monday afternoon. Feb. 7th.
Rollins ,, U 1 o uIj -
Ormond u 3 u j 4 3 v v v j-',
Tuesday afternoon, February Sth.
Rollins v 1 .I t 4 0 u< 1 et--'
Ormond ,v 1 6 1 U 0 uv -
These wvere close and hard foug:".
Cy.- 14 n) I" .:-n Q- -,I I i r% -1 A ; A ,l-* .,^


,i a,. sui .Lvu in a neavy defeat for k. L-- - home team and up to the eighth than a million Uior:, tnan the popula-
ining it looked as though they might tion of N?w n-"and today. I is
:'-.t score at all, but in that inning a more th-.a the combined population
-.o bas- hit secured a run and saved (!t California, Oregon, Washington,
,h boys from a whitewash. Idaho, Nevada, Arizona, New Mex.-
Tht- score at the close of the game co, Utah, Colorado. Wyoming. Mon-
tod 1( to 1, the Rollins College tana, the two Dakotas and Nebraska.
.*,am making three runs in the first
inning, one in the fourth, six in the'-
.xth and two in the ninth inning. r T A r
The result whilo in nat di Tt.. I A


INStEP
REAL.


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;4NCE GEORGE
d & Horoyd, Prop ietors
ZYtONA FLtioDA
and proed Since Last Season.
"tifu1 GrIojds-Located on River Front


Cowcert Twice Daily


mt -a THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park, N. J.

Rtiom leaves Prince George dock for
wy Tuesday 6%ornig at 8:00 o'clock.


1 HAMILTON


New and First-Class.


- FLORIDA.


Electric Bells


Electric Lights


Rooms with or without Baths.


L M. MABBETTE, Prop's and Mgrs.


'THE PINES
6 kfbWt point on Ridgewood
:amodadels 50 guests. Rates


avenue.
$2.50 j uip.


Large.
Tele-


private bath. New and
B. HINSKY, Proprietress.


W SEASIDE INN
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
bie.o Ho-'like and Comfortable. Directly on
. Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
HORACE F. STEWART
a 2ACH, FLORIDA.


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hfMfti rtlng to the most partlcubtr tpeopqlv. Ontrul location.
cbhO'tUe riv, Ie, than two blocks froi htK clubs. bank. poIxt otltcu.
iplbsc. "1 and $4.W per day--15.00 and higher pit' i Nvk.
Opm. November to May.
Wi. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.


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ter C. Putnam, who are "a thA&r vi-
ter. home at upohidt spent yesterday
fn the etty, guestss at The De"phand
Recent arrivals at the Stilman are:
IDr. E. H. Dwyer and wtrs, q0oodan,
Nb.; Win. P. Thompson, Ha ig,
Pa.; P.C. Gliumore, Greenwich,Coun.;
John Smith, Toledo, 0.; G. B. L-
comb, Geo. Duncan, South Conn.
Hubbard's two big touring cars we.e
chartered by a number of guests of
The Despland and some of their
frIleds for a picnic party to New
Smyrna Wedneeday. The weather
conditions were ideal and a fine oiLt-
ing was enjoyed.
Arrivals at the Prince George yes-
terday include: Mrs. L. Woods, of
Philadelphia; J. McArdle, Miss May
McArdle, Cincinnati; Mrs. Cutler E.
Cordly, E. R. Weacher, New York;
J. B. Heaney, Chicago; G. Ross, Port
Richmond; B. Moliter, Long Beach, N
J.; V. M. Watkins and wife, St. Paul.


Eq14 towrta ear He vaao-
N I by M 0 O N, N o..; mr a&.d

Mr.kk JoeMd mbbg wift, at the Prtyc
.<3trwho they ro be loeatted for
the b Ice of the Ma.n.

Recent arrivab at the Princess a-
ama i wie: Mrs. NeiL (8ean, sprtnc
fleM, Teoo.; Mrs. J. T. Janfan, Fort
Levexuurthk Kan.; Mis Gertrude L
onas-, P Nul Mina.; Mr. and Mrs.
* Frank D. Creamer, Brooklyn; W. D.
Lawrence, Miespolls, and a party
- ^f ten whd Uade room reservations
for Wedneda&y.


Yesterday a charter party from the
Prince George visited the Inlet in the
Dixie. Thirty-eight fine channel bass
were the result of the labors of the
twelve members which included Dr.
and Mrs. Gabeler, D. E. Gillnghami
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Hammett, A.
W. Kirk and wife. Mr. Woodruf of
Minnesota made the biggest catch
.'.ith twelve, the largest turning the
scales at eleven pounds.
*0& *
George T. French, a guest of the
Prince George, slipped away from the
other fishermen of the hotel before
AnI ICr 6 +1 ISV A -1 _- -+. -_ -- _I- 1 -..+


Recent arrivals at the Saratoga u-,1ai on o mvonaay returning about
Inn are: Mrs. L. H. Ryan. Dr. Ger- dinner time with the nicest lot of
trude Lake. Atlantic City; Solomon black bass seen in this Vicinity this
Ketcham and wife, Amityville, N. Y.; year In all hq had fourteen, five of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vincent. Orange, which turned the scales at 41 pounds.
N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Mann, Evans He admits getting them out of the To
ville, Ind.; Mrs. J. Lyons, Glovers- moka just below the island with the
vile, N. Y.; J. H. Greaceu, E. aid of a small motor boat, and troll-
J. Greaceu, New York. ing with live bait.
New arrivals at The Despland yes- Arrivals at the Seaside Inn re-
terday were: R. E. Ramsey,. Mrs. I. cently are: Mrs. Robert Montgomery,
F. Linwell, Miss F. A. Linwell, Bos- Mrs. Jennie Tussing, Lansing, Mich.;
ton; E. B. Smith, Merritt B. Smith, Dr. H. Burns, Chicago; Mrs. Chas.
Mrs. R. N. Corwin and son, Russell. Barnard and son, Moline, Ill.; Mrs.
Waterloo, Iowa; D. M. Tupsley, Mr. S. M. Finley, Dallas, Texas; A. D.
... .. .. ,. ohn and wife, Mrs. Oren, '%rs. Sib-
and Mrs. R. E. Doolittle, New York; Bohn and wife' Mrs Oren rs Sib-
ley, Mrs. Bohn, South Bend, hId.;
Mrs. C. C. Mellor, Mrs. J. H. McH I Mrs. l X, Bohnm South Bend, Ind.
!AMrs. \V.Jerome Chambers,L. .
Reinhart, Pittsburg; John P. Carter, ..
.oungs, Montgomery, Ala.; C. H.
Wm. Morrison, New York; Dr. Theo- !"es -eontgoe, L C .
dore HF. Lemnerz, Master Theodore F. a and wife Ly Va;
Lemnerz, Jersey City; J. N. Harrison, Thos" P M. Lough. Jos. F Maxey,
Jacksonville; G. S. Conger, Gouven- ewRochelle, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. A.
eur, N. Y.; Geo. W. Mills, Jackson- D. Perry, Syracuse, N. Y.
ville; Fred E. King, Hartford, Conn.; MNTB LGSA
." _^ T,- *, MANITOBA LEGISLATURE
E. G. Spaulding, Port Huron, Mich.;
Lee Richmond and wife, Roche*g,.. NOW IN SESSION
N. Y.; T. B. Attleburg and wife, LakeT WVINNIPEG, Man., Feb. It)10 The
Hopateoug, N." Y. Manitoba legislature met today and
was opened with the usual cereionitS
The Ridgewood's arrivals yester- The session promises to be an inter-
day were: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Mas- testing one in view of the probability
ter, Moline, 111.; 11. L. Cobb and wife, of a general election at an early date.
Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Gaston, The report of the University corn-
Frances P. Gaston, Lawrenceville, mission and the report of the royal
N. J.; John McConnell and wife, Chi- commission appointed to investigate
cago; Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Rathene, concerning the proposed workmen's


DeLand;


F. RIt. Bolton, M. Harding,


Boston; J. W. Stearns, Mrs. M.
Stearns, Buffalo, N. Y.; C. C. Paige
and wife, Painesville, Ohio; Geo. \V.
Ripley, Hartford, Conn.; Mrs. David
Harny WVatts, Mrs. Lewis Bremel,
Mrs. I1. B. Hamell, Philadelphia; C.
R. Norton, P. Ledeky, New York;
Geo K Baker, C W.. It. Baker, Cleve-
land; Mr. and Mrs. B. 0. Bowers, N.
Y.; .Miss M. A. Townsend, Oyster
Bay, N. Y ; Dr. E. W. Wells, Bing-
hampton, and the following party of
prominent Philadelphians, Mr. Ind
Mrs. J). Peoples, Ewing Peoples,,. .1.
Peoples, Miss Florence Peoplles, Mrs.
Jones, Mrs. Knectel.


compensation act will be among the
important subjects of discussion.
INTERNATIONAL BOWLING
TOURNEY OPENS TOMORROW
St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 10 Many
prominent teupin artists are arriving
in St. Paul in anticipation of the o-
pening here tomorrow of the second
annual tournament of the 1Internation-
al Bowling Association. T he tourna-
ient will colntinute t\\e 'd(ays and
will be participated in by teams and
individual bow'vlers from C('iticago, Min-
neapolis, LaCro.-se, W\innipeg. I)u-
luth and numerous other points.


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Bral, new crop-. ..... Ib..20cs
Almnds, now rcp-.. .. lb..25c
Mtad Nuts .. ............
Florida Peons .. .. .. .. ... 20c
holllod Almonads, .. .... .. ...
8seded Raisins.. ..13c b. 2 for 25@
Currants .. .. .. 13c lb., 2 for 25c
Apricots, evaporated ... .... .. 1
Peaches, evaporated .. .. .. .. 15c
Pears, evaporated .. .. .. .. .. 20c
Oranges, per dozen, ........ 156o
Graperuit, each .. .. .. .. .. 5c
Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions,
Turnips, Beets,Pareley, Mint,
Carrots, .......... all Sc bunc
Pineapples ...... 10 and 15c each
Cranberries .... 13c qt, 2 .for 25c
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.M. ME_ rel Watom-M~ ry s.r
Re lk... obwa by arri"Lag at M-i
raI Lofte from her home near At-
b in kft week, Friday afternoon.
Br .amy Onot d frMends are glad
to welcome her. She was accompa-
*itd by Mia McCurry who is no
aagw to this town.
J. D. Price took an auto trip to
Nw Smyrna Saturday and brought
bmak his son, Hubert, who came
hoae for the Ormond-RoUllns ball
gamne.


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Da


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Sin which to spend the winter


of iL


Daytona is known the


as the Prettiect Resort in

the Beauty of the City is as


t of the Universe left It.


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a-- dtASIS "M34ou.' H -attm.d"

OWe UMa adhool aad left noe aaim e o-
t e i tn too ef oa at to e M in .
4tSM utmsat i the Umtoi t army.
,kt rupaigtd together ad aft*-
Seh fiett Immediately uou~ht e~ac
to lean of teir Untal afty.
On MW occasou YoUng abot a Coi-
edste who wa about to nm a bay-
0Mt hto hl f rie'r breast' On a-
Other Ares carried Young. who had
been wounded, for mm oan a retreat,
aavSaf him from a moutbern prison
ad perhaps death. Their devotlom to
ea& other was wen kon a In-.the
army In which they served, and they
were retired to as fturnah n f an eZ-
ample of a typical friedhlp.
In the fourth and last year oC their
| Wvce they quarreled. Bot had be-
come sualtern oefier and were teut-
mates. One day Young entered their
teat and. looking under his cot. mimed
a chip he kept there an a rest for ht
soap.
"What's become of my soap dishh"
he asked his friend.
"What soap dishr'
"That chip I had here."
"Oh. that dirty thing! I threw It
out."
"What did you do that for?' angrily.
"Because I propose to have the tent
I live in respectable."
"And I propose to have something to
put my soap on. and 1 won't allow
any man to interfere with It."
It Is not essential to give the steps
by which these two bosom friends be-
came more and more angry and finally
alienated. The contemptible cause
was a chip which its owner considered
a soap dishi and his friend as not suf-
ficiently aesthetic to grace their can-
vas habitation. They did not speak to
each other during that campaign and
before another Ayres had been trans-
ferred to the staff and assigned to
duty with a different corps.
In 1865 Young and Ayres were both
again in civil life. On Christmas
morning of the next year on going to
the postoffice for his mail Ayres was
handed an envelope addressed to him
in the familiar handwriting of his
friend. Opening it. he drew forth a
card on which was a picture of a
dove with an olive branch in its
mouth. Nothing was written on the
card, nor did any letter accompany it.
but the recipient knew that his friend
had remembered his birthday and sent
a peace offering. He was not a de-
monstrative man-nor was Young, for
that matter-so he put the card in his
pocket, saying nothing to any one
about it, but thinking on it a great
deal.
The next Christmas morning Young's
wife, whom he bad just married, atul
ed him an envelope the superscription
on which was in Ayres' handwriting.
It contained the Christmas card he
had sent Ayres on his twenty-third
birthday. Mrs. Young asked her hus-
band what it all meant. He prevari-
cated. He was ashamed to tell her
the story-firstly, on account of the
insignificant cause that had separated
him from his friend; secondly, because
he blushed at this missive passing be-
tween them, worthy rather of two
schoolgirls than two veterans of a


great war.
For forty years the card continued
to pass at Christmas time between the
two friend-enemies. Picture processes
improved, and the little dove of 1S(;5
was a sorry looking bird beside the
dove of the twentieth century. Be-
sides, the card was worn and soiled.
Possibly had the twvo friends been
near eacth other they would have re-
turidt to a itloster relationship. But
ill all these \e t.. they e\ cer I.iet.
Ay res t.\ cr ai.wrrieil. ind Mra. Yoiiig,
wvho iiiiaiil"\V!' l' Ic ta l 'icotlle iitto *>es-
sion of i.w -t,ry tf their quarrel. -aid
fIt 'Otitilsy that ',i l.t,.hlieved he lived
her hu 1'ki,.i; td'. % \\tciIt(t II' iIiarI' \VO-
A ('i ii iiftl t ;c. n tle i'l ild \\ hl si i'cter
Younllllg \ X.Is iii 1t1' li lod to 'ellit'i.;,t''c to
sei.d l lhe car'l \ r :h ithe dt',e inti ",ive
bran-h. A crisis had come In li, af-
fairs, and wihat he had been f ,r 'cars
building fell with a crash. The ciown
of hI li anid his wife's sorrow was that
his health broke down uindt-r the


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Physicians for

Kmd.ey AieA,


We admit it frankly the Merchants Bank wants your buim.e But we mame
can assure you that in return for your business, this bah met ey *bA a mrvie
which we believe almost perfect, but unquestioned security hr every dobr e'rl.-
ed to our care.
In cold, umjsumin Itures, here is our guarantee to every dopeeiler reom&
less of the amount be may have in this bank.


Capital .
Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders Liability


$100,000.00
50,000.00
* 100,000.00


Total, $250,000.00


Daytona, Florida


Bedding.


Medium and High Grade


CO.


The United States ship Yorktown.
sent to Nicaraguan waters when the
situation between President Zelaya
and the United States became acute.
Is a gunboat twenty years old. She
carries fourteen small guns. the big-
gest being six Inch rifles. 1IIr crew
consists of about 2c0 men.


Consul at Managua.


lose de Olivares, Called to Inform
the President.


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


Jose de Ollvares, summoned to Wash-
lngton to give information about the
situation in Nicaragua, is United States
consul at Managua, the capital of the
Central American country. In his ab-
sence and that of Minister Knowles
our interests In Nicaragua have been
In charge of Henry Caldera, the vi-ce
consul.


Our Legation In Managua.

Center of Trouble During Disturb-
ances In Nicaragua.


Bedding.


Wool and


Cotton


Blankets.


BINGHAM


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MALEY


FURNITURE EMPORIUM


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During the absence j ,f Mnlulster
Kuowles frm hLf Hspot In Mtlanagua,
the capital of Nicaragua, owiltg to the
stralued relhthnSa betAnVc 0 the Ulited
States and Nicarfigat, Amierictan iin-


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SHigh Class Wines and I
LIQUORS
SWrite for Price List to the
Oldest and largest house i*
SFlorida..
Hotel, Club and Fine
S Family Trade our


Full stock Electric Irons, Coffee Percolators. Todwa.

Griddles, Chafin Dishes, Fass and Wamn Pads.


THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE a.d


WATER COMPANY.


WE CONFESS


$250.000. That amount stands between your deposit ad
any possible loss.
We repeat: This bank wants your bh,,s1nss.


Merchants Bank


(Branch of Volusia County Bankh)


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PROGRAM


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ILLUSTRATED SONG


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DAYTONA

OPERA

HOUSE


TUESIAY NI1T, FE. 811

Manhattan Opera Co6.
Wil presut
THE STANDARD COMIC OPERA
"FRA DIAVOLO"


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

Seats on Sale at Hankins'
Dru" Store.

Dance every Tuesday night.



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


S- Mr. and Mrs. F. McCartney and
INir. aild Mrs. E. Furrv arrived from
Angola, Ind., and are located at Day-
I tona Beach for a month or more.


Mrs. W. M. Hankins and children
"ill go to Bartow tomorrow for a
two or three weeks' visit with rela-
Lives at that place.

*Board in private family for a few
refined adults, select table, choice lo-
cation. 25 Orange avenue. d-9-4t.

Mrs. A. Staples is the proud pos-
sessor of the hand decorated dinner
set given away at L. G. Lyman's
grocery store Wednesday of this week

-Phone 28 will call for your clean-
Ing and pressing 0. S Burnett, tf


*Pictures for card prizes at Roxby's
tu & thu & w

Mrs. Josephine Overby and grand-
son, Gartrell Nicholson, and Mrs.
Vason, friends of Mrs. C. Itinks, who
have been at The Magnolia for a
month past, left yesterday on their
return to Madison, Ga.

*A Welch 6-cylinder, 7-passenger
touring car for rent. Phone 112, Sar-
atoga Inn Garage, George W. P. Des-
jardines. 23-tf

The l)aytonaa Basktet Ball team and
the High School ttaiI had a pra'tictt-
game at the Armory the early pmAt
of \Wednt-sday even iig, after which h
tilt b vy' t'tt li held d( \\1d thk' board',


Giles Abbey. a great unIcle of 16,v. for" l


LOW TIDE6ON T HE BEACH
1:10 today; 1:58 tomorrow.


THE WEATHER.
For Eastm Florida: Partly cloudy
tonight and Frlday, warmer In nouhi-
wet portion; light north winds shift.
Ing to eatrly.

**MIddleton, good sign painter.

Mrs. W. C. Howes and daughter,
Miss May, were Daytona visitors from
Port Orange today.

**WANTED to rent, a baby car-
riage at once. Apply to C. S. Clark,
The Astoria, Bay St.

The annual reception day of the
Daytona Industrial School for Negro
Girls will be obsrevde March 2nd.

Miss Bell Maley, who has been
out of the Peck-Hendricks store for
the past week is again at her post
of duty this morning.

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. King, who are
spending the winter with their
daughter, Mrs, Cutten and husband,
will make the trip to Palm Beach by
boat next week.

Work on the mill being built on the
island near the west approach of the
Peninsula bridge by the Halifax Riv-
er Lumber Company, has progressed
to the laying of foundation and floor.

Mr. and Mrs. Lindke and Mrs. Mary
Saunders, who are spending the wili-
ter at Daytona Beach, went south by
train today ,for a few days vizit tt
Palm Beach.

Paris Williams drove his noL1hCr
and aunt, Miss Bryan, to DeLaid
\Wednesday, where Mr. Williams met
"jhem and sent Paris on to Sanford
by train while hlie brought the party
.,ack home by car, and is spending to-
day in the city.


Prof. L. C. Harding and wire, wl'o
hIave been at the Gables for the past
five weeks, will leave tomorrow mor-
ing on their return to their home at
Ravenna, Ohio. Prof. Harding, who
was for twenty years an instructor in
Oberlin College, has visited many
places in Florida in company with
Mrs. Harding, but they have found
no place they like so well as Dayto-
na and expect to return next winter.

WATCHMAN BURNED TO DEATH
IN MARYLAND CONFLAGRATION
CRISFIELD, Md., Feb. 10--Early
today fire destroyed the Baltimore.
Chespeake & Atlantic railway wharf
here, causing a loss of $30,000. Night
Watchman Collins was bim-ned to
death.


AMERICANS IN NICARAGUA
FEAR FOR THEIR SAFETY


WASHINGTON, Febo. II Ser'iau
tprehensi'oin o~r the safety of them-
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Turtle and Farina.
Turtle and farina tal'eu together rep.
Ngmt to those who live on the Am-
On, be they white, negro or Indian er
one of the numerous crusbreeda
what the salmon does to the Alaska
Idian. the cocoanut to the south m
blanrder and rice the MegUlan.
A short run of salmon in the Alaska
river, a crop failure In tlhe paddy
felds of China, a turricaue in the
south sea Islands, all reduce to the
same thing-famuine. On the Amaso
a shortage of turtles may be tided
over by a plentitude of farina, or vice
versa. A failure of both turtles and
farina in the same year brings great
and widespread distress. Farina bi a
crude, locally made product of the
root of the manioc, a further refine.
meant of which results In the tapioca of
commerce. Tapioca Is the pure starch
of the root, farina the starch mixed
with a woody fiber, the latter impairt-
ing a yellowish color to the compound.
Farina under a number of different
names is more or less of a staple with
the natives in all of tropical America
from the West Indies to Paraguay.-
Los Angeles Times.


In Wild Wales.
Tourist-Good morning, my pretty
maid. Whose sheep are these?
Shepherdess-They belong t0o Mr.
Gorbnwy Cadwaladr. sir.
T.-Oh, a very nice name too! And
where does he live?
8.-At Tre'rgeifrgwylltion.
T.-Have you been much from
home?
S.-Only in Anglesey, sir. 1 went
with my brother and my sister to Lila-
'nerchymeddymmondo and from there
to see Crelgiau Crugyll and came bamck
tO Llanfalrmathafarneithaf, and tlf..u -
T.-Hold hard! Let mine It-ithe a
little! Well. where afterward'
S.-Well, my brother had to go baik
to Chwarel Caebraicbycafn and rny
sister to Llanaelhaiarn. but on ,;ur
way home we went to see tbe little
church by the river-such a funny ol,
fashioned church, sir.
T.-Wliere is it*. I mean what par-
ish?
S. In Llanfairpwllgwyngyl!ga,!ery-
chwyrndrobwiltysiliogogogoch.
T.-Mercy on us: 'That's enough:I
However shall I find such a pla<-e?-
London Spectator.


Suspicious.
During a period of politicall agitati,.
a stranger arrived in Magdeb :r.
where, on applying to the authorities.
he obtained a permit or ticket of resi-
dence. He hId not been long in the
town before he became aware that his
steps were being dogged by a mau in
blue uniform. He bore it for days.
but at last said to the spy: "Sir, do 3you
wish to drive me mad? Why do you
pursue me In this way"'
"I am a detective, and my instruc-
tions are not to lose sight of you," was
the quiet answer.
"Why, what fault have the police
to find with mre?"' shouted the stran-
ger in the greatest excitement. "My
passport is In order. Here is my
ticket of residence. I am a citizen of
Berlin. Why ido you follow me abott."
"It states in your passport.'" was
the reply, "that you were going to re-
side here for pleasure. That looked
suspiciuu., s it is the tirst time any
ot' (C.tie 1 rs;,, in Magdeburg for
p a su r,..


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It is said that before a man has dis-
covered the color of a girl's eyes she
is planning her trousseau and ieading
him to the altar-but-
The bachelor girls* destination u,-
zessltated their going through Woox-
lawn cemetery, a portion of the cit:.
they had never before vis.ited. 'h1ey
stopped for a long time on thbe bridge
which crosses the lake to qdinire the
wonderfully well kept banks. whici
slope down to the edge of the lake.
with here and there some artistically
arranged shrubbery serving its a back
ground. As they -ast a hist look at
the island., situated at one end of the
lake. which is so tiny one wonder,.
how the large willow tree standing at
the water's edge. with its drooping
branches hanging so low that they
sweep backward and forward in the
water with the wind. could possibly
have grown there, one of the bachelor
girls was beard to remark to her com-
panion. "Wouldn't this be an Ideal
place to bury one's husbands and
come and weep over their graves '-
New York Press.


! Minstrelsy In Boston.so.
"*M2stah HowJames. may I ahsk yo'
to point out de distinction 'tweeu a
Roman stoic philosophah an' a uetri-al
narration in lofty an' impressive style
of some great historical event, de same
being a paht of de scholastic co'se pre-
scribed In our institutions of lea ri-
Ing?"
"No. Mr. Ticklowell; I confess
"'Nor. 1 cofes y~
Inability to disce.-u the points of dif-
ferentiation. Will you set forth cate
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