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Title: Daytona Daily News
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Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: February 11, 1910
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
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DAYTONA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1910


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T. 1K. Fituerald L .F. Otes
F TZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Special Faellte*s for Rxalming
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RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
Dispoiton to Tret You Right.
St Your Jeweler.

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-H.MLAD inUUEVE BROTHER.'
M-OOG aK RECOGNITION
RATHER THAN INCREASED
WA*E AND SHORTED HOURS.


NW YORK. Feb. 11-A state- GruberMorris
ml 1t am1d today accredited to the
New York Central Railroad that the "M you do't trad.
Botherbood of Railway Trainmen an
Sof Ra trlway Conductors through-
out the country are fighting for union,


SHardwuMre Company

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lSE OF E RYfIm


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THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE UNABLE
TO RETURN TO THEIR HOMES
IN THE 8UBURBS-20 INCHES
ADDITIONAL RISE EXPECTED.
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PARIS, Feb. 11-The rise of the
Seine which today measured 30 inchliEs
prevented the resumption of business
in factories along its banks. It is
also keeping thousands of people from
rtiilrnine tn third h i-rnq in thoA ,ai_


I IIAIIITII! t IA 44ICLNL N! JA ALARM OCL....... III-'"e""- ""
n ition rather than Increase of M ATNO ACOMPANY NlAVEAOfurbs. Twenty inches additional rise
Pan W better hours Is taken as is expected by tomorrow. This would
Itag the belief of the unusual OVIN6 IN PUBLIC FAVOR. RE BUT TOO LATE. the rver within eit feet o
nr w of the situation, is ,:-atcst record height. The
:'i,,S?!:, rise has greatly increased
Upon the outcome of the conference PERFORMANCES OF REAL WORTI TWO WOMEN BURNED TO DEATH s" offering aong the flood' vtius.
in Baltimore between officials of the spring among the flood victims.
nBaltimore be nofails o SHOULD HAVE STRONG SUP- IN AN OHIO FARM HOUSE-MAN
Balimore & Ohio and railway em-
ployes In said to depend the calling PORT OF RESIDENTS AND VIS- SERIOUSLY BURNED. TAFT MAY TELL WHERE
of a strike on all railroads east of ITORS IN ORDER TO GIVE DAY- CHARDEN, Ohio. Feb. 11-A dog TH[ TRSTS Ak AT

The situation on all railroads hay- TONA FUTURE RATING AS A belonging to Hubert Hayes gave the
lig terminals in Chicago is the same. alarm of a fire which destroyed his EXPECTED TO OUTLINE HIS POL-
SHOW PLACE. EXPECTED TO OUTLINE HIS POL-
master's farm house near here early
IW F NIU T FlM The audience which greeted the today, costing the lives of Mrs. Hayes ICIES IN A SPEECH BEFORE
M 1 Manhattan Opera Company last night an invalid, and her nurse, Mrs. Hover NEW YORK REPUBLICAN CLUB
WITI EUIADS APlIENMTICf in their performance of the Bohemian When neighbors aroused by the dog; TOMORROW NIGHT
10911 MO TOMORROW NIGHT.
Girl was proof that the public is orrlved they found Hayes unconscious 1
WASHINGTON, Feb. 11-An ex.
THE PAIR TOOK $3,300 OF THE I wakening to the value of this ex- and probably fatally burned in the ASHINGTON, Feb. An x-
Uo ND MN ARET. client troupe. snow in front of the house and the .ensive discussion of the Admiinistra.
HUWAND9S MONEY--ARRESTJ g cne'tfulen"r1 ri SIt is not every day that a city the wihin. tion's attitude to\ ard trusts, etc., by
I Fresident Taft in his speech before
ED TODAY.Is.ze of Daytona has an opportunity of:
Ci te ;(--w York Republican Club to.
NEW YORK, Feb. 11-Mrs. Annie witnessing an operatic performance: ENTERTAINED IN HONOR te York Republican Club to-
DPATIG UE TS.iorrow, night is predicted by high au.
Selz, age 45 and the mother of eight by as thoroughly trained and accom-, OF DEPARTING GUESTS. imoo it predicted by high au
children, and Abraham Glassman, o[ plashed a group of singers as compose Mrs. J. C. Howard gave a very toiTy here.
Baton Rouge IA., are8^ u ae 1f 1^^^ ^- JThey declare that the financial in-
Baton Rouge, La., are under arraesto the Manhattan Company, n&d it DIai-%,eas&natu.-tIwment at The How- forests have urged Tat t otn
b1 Tftumnd awaiting the arrival of terests have urged Taft to outlq
a wa t from Memphis, Tenn., tona is to enjoy really first class tal- ard Wednesday evening in honor of his policies more directly so as to
charging larceny of $3,300 from the ent in the future, she must, at the Mr. and Mrs. L. T .Wilmarth, of eliminate any nervousness in business
Aar i ircles that he plans to do so.
woman's husband, David Seltz. the present, give liberal patronage Grand Rapids, Mich., and Mr. and
lasman worked for Seltz as a and support to such high class Mrs. W. E. Macey, of Rochestor, N. NORTHWEST BOWLERS MEET
tail.-'s apprentice, and four weeks troupes as this which is now playing y., on the eve of their departure. OA AT PA MIN
troupesir isappeaedonGevematheir.1TODAY AT ST. PAUL, MINN.
ago the pair disappeared. Glassman at the Daytona Opera House. I Raymond F. Brown, of Buffalo, N.
swears the woman paid him $500 and Tourists and winter visitors are y., was master of ceremonies of the St. PAUL, Feb. 11-Bowling teams
a diamond ring to elope, often heard to complain of the lack evening, from nearly all the towns of Minneso-
of entertainment furnished here, yet, The program was opened with a ta, Wisconsin, North and South Da-
SILK MEN GATHER when an opportunity to witness some- solo by Mr. Macey, followed by a kota and Manitoba, Canada, are in
TO HEAR REED 8MOOT. thing really good is offered them, reading by Mr. Hayward, both cfS
NEW YORK, Feb. 11-Members of they frequently fail to give it their: which were greatly enjoyed. 'r. second annual today at te opening of then
the Silk Asociatlon of America will support. Hayward after reading, told a very second aual tournament of the Int
gamhr at the Waldorf Astoria tonight Messrs. Snead and Weitz, managers interesting story to those assembled, national Bowling Association. The
for their thirty-third annual banquet of the Opera House, are making evert Next followed a beautiful original meet will continue o Feb. 22. Some
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0w- The list of speakers on the program
a t lInt lude Reed Smoot, United States
bhebeam Senator from Utah, who will speak on
M d or "How a Tariff is Formed." The silk
M a trade will be Interested in the Utah
iii wh Senator's address as he practically
i n early drew the silk schedules found In the
IS. o first at- tariff act of 1909. Mr. Smoot was
4A t helives
Sthe lve chosen for this particular work by
m* O a ort Seator Aldrich.
N!*m a e taM Mo .A mamhpr of Conressp have


sbbery offer-
*e exercise of
a detector
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L t to a
the robbers in
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been invited to make after-dinner
speeches. The association has many
Japanese members and it is likely
that one of the speeches will deal with
the relation between this country and
Japan. The officers of the Silk Asso-


LLUri LU t 9-ULo Isc L aaliuu0 Li. t :A
very highest class for the theater-
loving people of Daytona and vicinity
iand they should have the united sup-
port of both regular residents and vis-
itors.
SIt is a fact that many plays and


especially operatic performances are
greatly magnified and strengthened
by the stage setting, which must, at
the present time, be somewhat lack-
ing here, but do not be too critical,
particularly on minor points. A
really good company, like the one
IoA playing, rises superior to these
points of detail and should be( a'-
(cpted for the actual worth iof T-
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poem read Dy Mrs. Riicnard r.uuy,
of Keene, N. H., and written by her
granddaughter, Miss Helen C. Bad-
son, formerly of Vassar College. Mrs.
Eddy's interpretation and delivery
of the poem were exquisite.
Mr. Brown announced that by dint
of much persuasion Mrs. Howard had
finally consented to dance the minuet
which she did with her usual grace


of the best bowlers of the United
States and Canada are residents of
International Association territory,
and it is expected that the meet
will be replete with fast and sensa-
tional work.

EXPECT SOON TO PLAY
AN EXHIBITION GAME.


and elegance, after repeating the The basket ball teams held a prac-
poem, How Grandma Danced the tice meeting at the Armory last
Minuet in Olden Times, Mr. Brown night and will practice there again
singing the chorus between each tonight. Visitors are welcome to at-
verse. Mrs. Howard also gave a very tend these practice games. The boys
numerous illustration of the grace of ex)pet-t to play an exhibitioi, gam
k.er dancing pil)il pul)il *t a lTh,- il,\ j etir \\ithrin the. nxr xt v-,k or


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HAS GROWN STEADILY WORM
AND DOES NOT NOW RECO(
NIZE HUSBAND OR CHILDIIN.
EYDTKUHNEN, East Russia, AI.
11-Alarming reports of the t-
dition of the czarina were received
here today.
She has recently grown worse, un-
-i now she is unable to recognlise
her husband or children.. Death in
L -lieved to be a question of only a
short time.


EIGHTY PERSONS ARE


KILLED BY A VOANII


COSTA RICAN ERUPTION THROWS
STONES WEIGHING 200 POUNDS


EACH SEVERAL MILES.


PORT LIMON, Costa Rica, Feb. 11
-Eighty persons were killed by the
eruption of the volcano, Possa, accor-
dtng to reports received here today,
v.hich say the %orst eruption In
mhe history of ihe mountain has
ceased.
The deaths were caused by stones
shot from the crater, many weighing
over 00 2 potds eac, which ".
thrown several miles.

NOTED GUESTS ASSEMBLE
AT LINCOLN DINNER.
NEW YORK, Feb 11-Seldom, if
ever before has the banquet room of
the Waldorf been the scene of a more
distinguished gathering than that
which will assemble tomorrow night
for the Lincoln dinner of the Repub-
lican Club. President Taft is to be
the guest of honor and principal
speaker. Among other notable guests
will be Governor Hughes, Speaker Ca
non and Dr. Alfredo Zayas, vice pres-
ident of Cuba. Dr. Zeyas will speak
on "The Influence of Lincoln on Cu-
ba ."

JUSTICE FULLER NOT
LIKELY TO RETIRE


WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 11 -
Chief Justice Fuller today celebrat-
ed his seventy-seventh birthday and
was the recipient of a flood of con-
gratulations from his colleagues on
the supreme bench and from many
other friends in public life. Although
hf has been eligible for retirement
for seven years, it is no)t regarded as
likely that th, ('h,.f .l isr: will take


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Ose e of Daytoma''9a" "ola o-
cue AN& rver -M Ket upm a
SGOIN ri s s her incompabl beok No

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B~n EEM{00the awl Sadx ; so onewhot MJSUMSaS? mi
own ~evs pleft a blcycle over itse- rs eBelmaRev
V.I iy= *P O F ILr am& SL $&we.^1 wo T ts^i oh *
^*- *c-- 9pM;1Oio who emVe drove a 0-ft^^^^.^
i~rr rrrrrrrriprancig pair of horses and IUsten-. .. .
STir WAH ed to the p oftg their steel shoes AUTO OWNER*, ATTENTION-
C Eu LAUNDRY p =p its aphaltum-llke face; no oneI we ar botM to enjoy anotbr rue in
Ai a aRUbtr. D*n' you think t will pay y70
U-T-IO.NA. VIA RumA. who ever steered a tgh-power an- now to ravsigate the merits of Vuloniz
l.3 .... Nigt U ..... MI itomoblle down the broad stretch ofi lng. With proper work you get one-thuid
V ..a-.... M Woolsn t h ... 10 1 .ore mlJe1 e--quite an Item at the D t
'@ b**b ala ware-washed and surf-packed sand i mre niol- an Item aT
~...... 8JU111i11ser .......---8, wave-wats el ~ MTp.e Gtlmo. P=ractical work done at THVW L"[
IM ... Drawm .. ..... :4.. ... ..i... .h. tt is .. a orld.'at- ANIZKRS, C*WAGK ArB-wri. WM. 8.
isolarL tat. 2 mock pr peir S bt realized hat i ns a wor-bea McGregor.
eor Cuff. I I H&ndkerehief S er, a world-wonder. Go stand upon CISK TE Aer FLORIDA ROADS
Alm A I dh ciot s.tcor-rt p aonl~ingprices. thit w o % w-- v .. &^p t A bF TI E hr FL RI A ROADS


fQUIGGS' BAKERY *
PRODUCERS OF THE
SPERFECTION OF
I SBALIY GOODS.
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Sil, Sta eGoods,.
PSti Pming
Rt and Carpet Weaving at
WOMANS EXCHANGE
No. 21 North BeRech Mtr-- t.


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! MACS CAFE

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H. C Thompson, Agent
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S. T. PITCHER
HAVANA CIGARS
Norft Beech St, Daytona, FU&
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JACOB ESPEDAHL
Contractor and Builder
)....nerand Craftsman 0
RpPrintonds conltructlon of f;;il-
In-.. Plans sndI Ppoll flfieutlor-
oit Short Notlc-.
IAYT'ONA, FL',RIIA.
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F OSCAR MICHAEL
a CONTRACTOR
Filling and Grading
SHeavy Hauling a Specialty.



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BIRCHWOOD'S foun t
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py souls flit by in Joyouts mood, and
answer whether this sI not one of
the seven modern wonders.
The Placid, Pe!lucid Halifax River.
Where t -L.Uk .o is water with more
p.-.i^. .- 'rroundlr.g5? Nearly a i
m. ,,.. f:'rgeid with trop.c(al vege-
.-,C,.,:.; a:-.-..= cottagees with roomy!l
vra-aa ./ok.:.g o~.t uIpon her bosomr,
D:,,:-', A_ .-i-,our ii; countless murn-
-...- ., :.... a ere, to those
.ir. ro>d az', r-!e; her bosom fleck-
el f 'A..h d;:ck and coot and snowy-
w ing, d sr-a Lirdi, which sit about as
for the- sport of bobbing upon the
wa.esa; watch that lubberly old
white headed pelican pouch a fat
mullet, a.d that fish hawk stuggling
upward with his floundering load he


snatched from the ;ate-r.
See the beautiful launches, spick
ar.d i.pan, tLeir hampers and lockers
building with refreshments both solid
and lqr:;;d ready for a cruise upon th
leaitful s-rface. Take out your fiel
glass an.d 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.


Ridgewood avenue is upon
of a broad ridge, straight as
flies and the wide-spreading
of the heavy-trunked live


the crest
the crow
branches
oak ex-


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


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Dunn Bros.


25c Window.


Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G.
I'vtona t'-T* ,: -' ov.rA'y! '*-' r.i, oura
2:'j to 4: ; .. !n.
Nose, Throat, Lungs and Rhumatism treated
by the Electro-Thermos-Vibratory Method.
lrtytona B.ach ,*f-- i. Th.- Vu, Vunlzah
Block. houri N:',' to 1,. :,.' i ;;. i;-c:-ai hours
by appotutni-pnt.


DR. F. H. HOUGHTON =

I fDentist I
SI Offloe in Peck Bfock


tend their giant arms acess the man-* x oyN I West End South Bridge
niflcent vista, forming an arch, and -- ----
from these extended arms great fes-
toons of Spanish moss sway as the ---------- --umOOn
trade winds from the tropic seas OSTEOPATHY O
O DR. J. CHeman
fan them Looking straight ahead rd n .C Stlaounderof *
1 0 Grad rato under A. T. OURl. founder of
down this white shell street one has Osteopathy at Kirkavllle. Missouri.
NININKTH REASqON IN DAYTONA
the impression of a fairy path with 4 NJeTo iB Aven e 1Yon
Looates on volusla Avenue, 2 door
elfish draperies, but as you move w tot oLdsy ttoenant- *
Phone 40 Lady attendant
along and cast an eye first to the euoau-_-e----- _-onnon2no
right and then to the left you see dis-
tinguished cottage homes in the most -memo -momo -meo o no-O_
dolightfuI settings.0 E. L. STEWART 0a
See the glistening leaf of the grand* Physician and Surgeon
magnolia which nature has varnished i -ray ad High Frequency
jo X-ray al-Ld High Frequency 517
<. no ar.wts' brush ever could; and 0. j
Appratus. ,
the cabba- paims with their burdens .... P .t. .
; "x )li" -2.4th ])i r W0 Co' f P. 1 ). ''
o0 .sh. y" fn-.t ard swaying palmsb i '-Y, --l'- 4t;m, %AOf U
s, i.; :;', I.-l ;holly with its ex*'eis-; eme
i;*<* b:-rr-;y ,, t.- :. climbing vines *OlOm l omono**iommi s
SruAn r:At :?. tx'- !r.-; 5'^ the cryp- U S (3. C)Xr
,~ t,, (....<: .-,:( ; !;ih Kain a foot- _
I A t,- -a, ,--,d.., a t ARCHITECT. BUILDER S
:.2. I :.: t:.- L'.7&t oais ard Stat :I." and CONTRACTOR t
U ndCONTRACTORU
p :;^ ,i .. -i;r Ty yo- w, l J^ : .. ;; -:'.; ,~ ,- ,". OT:
t ; < <' : .-:: T'.+-r, ".i ,= .,, a ;...'..*** K ri -''' :s'n ; \ -" nj. i.
v orl:I <':.'N-r for b-.aity T i .i.. U
Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage emmmmmS'a
Homes.U mo moeHee Oeno nonomomoil a
i No or:- of lDaytona's attractiort 1 ,i
S"-riaps, corm-tfd. more nearly Li-i. D. D. & C. M. ROGERS
vprr.l\ n tt-ntio n an nr, p r ira than Hr,(.a' -4-_'-;__I1 TM -,_' .....


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puflicil observer. With such ia'-
lt wealth of atWral beety Kt be-
-e an eaWy thdig for the band a
man to.gste the fnlshing t'C,-
vhich have wrought out the colorIs
and outnts of the big picture. -
um dM an this in the lainf out
of the streets with their wide arW=
of parkage. The entire city becomiw
a gret park, with driveways .iAntR-
nectg. mile upoi miles of driwv-
ways so oo as to attract motorists
from al over the cowtl-
And an for the pae mentA. pave-
ments that look and act like granite,
-where else between the eastern
and western seas are so many miles
in proportion to inhabitants? The
pavement question stands with the
street as one of the chief drawing
cards. Till some unheard of
place reports more and better, Day-
tona throws down the gauntlet to the
world.
Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Frut.
Whatever oone s shortcomings and
however indifferent or even callous
one may be to many things, the mere
mention of "flowers and Squirrels,
birds and fruits" will send a thrill
that is reflected In distended pupils
and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare goo-
ber there is a bunny ready to come;
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt I
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 vislt paid
And summer's lingering blossoms
are delayed.
In one yard roses of varigated hues
predominate; another household has
a penchant for the poincetta and the
premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety
is the spice of life and here is where
you find It.
The birds flit in, and with their
JOyous notes help to give fullness
and symmetry to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits,
Daytona yields the palm to none for
quality a&d quantity per acre. There
are scores of citrus groves in prox-
Imity to the city, branches bending
to the earth with their burdens of
lusckis golden globes, which for;
beauty, proflhcacy and all desirable
ualities would truly astonish you.
The Fastest Autos and The Finest
Out.
The seventh world wonder, do you
Lsk? Come, whether from Missouri
)r from Maine, from Kalamazoo or
Fimbuckto, and you will be "shown."
Hiere Is where the worhl's record for
speed ia broken with every recurring '


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THE
PRINCESS

ISSENA
Scabreeze

Six Acres of Park-
age. All Modern
Improvements

Rates: $100 per
Day and up


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Coitag. a specialty.
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LAWYERS
Daytoa, Fla.
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Autos, the biggest, the fast
the finest are on daily para"
big show is as free as the;
esian water from the thous-i
nfla :ng wells. It is a con-
show-v with constantly shift-

thn.: :,A'.S, from a 2-horse,
lp to a 2,.'0-horse power, and
aes of speed from awanter to
ile-a-minute clip. You will
catch the spirit, when you
oads and the beach are yours.


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mands. Besides hotels and
houses there is ample rc lt S
modation for all winter visit, -
Scabreeze contains a
op-era house and a Congi -
-hurch: at Daytona Beach is a 1
C.urch. An excellent high
.' 3 situa'cd near the division habi
tween the two towns. Both t
have e:LcrpnriLzr S- a ss cstabHb>
Izhment, a-; 13 c:.denced by i
advertisements :n the left and riOl
All thc attra icTess of Scabr'
apF l:c- to D3 a Beah. the tw
,to'*a, b -,.i .o a.arty-- situatA
The I:velopme:t ,:, Dayona BCaSO
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them up, washing them --aw surf and pulverizing them.
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after until two hos been it.
thus giving an average of ssini
eight hours for iiutiiiniiI~ i |
part of each day. -*
Seabreeze and DaytonaaBc ftj
have a permanent populatim Ef^
proximately 1500. Smaitasy
nances are strictly eaforcai Ml
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p bashee. vy inviting to
,=_ pint s ema(rs. Hers
le ftG S the best fishing and
fa OwheStat of Florial.
-M, am e ift the bai-
lpri oia land allunit*
is Wthe ose and of
to Isemnem. There awe
eifjics S wwhite people
slumaber iGa the colored
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= I Close to e0006 and
$ Igo t wiater residences.
Good hotels and boarding
wle yrou can find accomo.
ato met your requiremet.
--c ofNew Smyrna is as fine a
of vegetable land as can be
anmywhepe This land has
dideinto small farms which
bought at reasonable Pr. ces
the finest celery grown in
is raised on this land. All
vetables grow inos -b -snc-,
m% too, is the home of the fam-in
lad River otangs
SSmyrna has no bonded in-
Sand the tax levy is low.
-A VOit that no tourist should fail
a ais the ruins of the Old Span-
Msmion which stand.somber and
about one and a quarter miles
of New Smyna. A good
hads to the place and the trip
be easily made by an automobile.
fin the great pine Lats by the
tad asforest, is this place of
gar the pious; this ren -
Gor the picike. The ruins
miv aand while there is no
hieatry of theiraoig it
,mmmm tba t M e mission was
by so FXIMdMISM in the days
a men. peW Ialo of
A p at ted f tSo po what
-a sicm isoi It was built
ftthessUWroef being of the
001r e ct inko thin slabs
SP d with cmsent plaster.
Ivs gadn surune it,
were wnlkoes by a stone
potiesof whc stil rmain-
~~usaily ,ine, in parties
Inmrym curious but the spell of
ilildi fallso upon them= and
li 81[atid to sit alone., silent and
re *itve, under the arches or be-
i the ancent welL


U CORONADO
H hmuaed on the peninsula opposite


Rafytey
SLO.B Day
per
Week
slieHt unattang
aa yFshing
HNW SMYRNA
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N EW SMYRNA
ILORIDA
A Homuse Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
Dinners for Motor-
ing Parties a
specialty
Rates: $200 per
Day and Up
BKJNNETT and
HODGES
PROPRIETORS

ILA.

6ALIREATH
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW MYRNA
FLORIDA


BELL'S
While at
New Smyrna
LUNCH
at
BELL'S


L. C. CHISHOLM
Tonsorial Parlor
Oldest stand in town
NEW SMYRNA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
Removed Without
Pain
RAS.9TARY BATHS


PURE

ICE CREAM
Cnfections
Cold Drinks


I'm Jst oLng to
sit hbr. anl flmh and
et Oranges this
winter. Therm :re
dem good nip
xrouend n ar mintx.
o:e and pitch, your
tent on one n.l .otn
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ROSEL'I
Ple sa ;:t I v .. ,
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ORMON1. FLA.
Frank Mason. 1-rc -
Rates: V.00P. n-d .2.50
per (dhy; '.:., To
$ o..: p,'r v'.* .i


JAS. CARNELL
ORMOND, FLA.
Manufactur.,r of
Pure Home-Made
GUAVA JELLY
MARMALADES AND
TROPICAL
PRESERVES
Special Attention to
Family Orders
*IEmRST AWAJRM AT,
P.in-American Ex-
,si tion-Buffalo
Wrest India Exposi-
t ion-('bharl,-ston
Loulsilana Purchase
K"x position. ('t.rouis


E C. TOTMAN
(ORM'>NI> FLA.
Fine Groceries
Vegetables Fruits
t'.tit siri\ SmIok-d
I F: EATTS


MOUNDGROVI
ORANGES
and
Grapefruit-
Best Grown
tine A ii' o ,iio ,i'
Ro-,ti I Mi. M -S
North of
HOTEL ORMONI'


IBeed, Knox and
Beed Company
,[IWL)W Po0tofflce


.Okaa IM is fwa" ld aiore&6f
Daytbomm lomst9 bank of the Halifaz Aiver. The Io. I
catik of the tow n1Vit @ of ho
drainage aand perfect maiti the
elvation is superb and i"d fori
winter 'ham. A wide bid e l
nedts Ormond with Ormon d macI i
Many fine j.6lA4f"nr, ane -ia.
tained on either side of the river,
most of them embellished with sub-
tropical flora and shrubbery, beide
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees.
bThe town is very cosmopolitan,
has an excellent graded school, sew.
eral churches, a fine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
-omfortable and convenient hotels
.-d boarding houses.
OImond has many of the Florida!
atuc -tions-fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
Ssalubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
SAt Ormond Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
sister, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
SHalifax 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
I 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-
Stions of hospitable settlers, whose
places are replete with the interest
of Southern fruits and flowers.
One of these interesting planta-
tions is Number Nine, 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.
Moundgrove is on the headwaters of
the Halifax River and is amid pretty
surroundings. The place is reached
by a good road [passing Number
Nine] and is a drive all tourists may
enjoy.

OTTAN-D ROOMR TO LET-
11ITTAGI Firnikhpd; Modern Im-
'C iV Oprovnients; on Rivor
Front or idole Rtre.ts. Rents Reasonnblk'.
Wr!*.o to W. F. c' LBY at Ormnond.


CALL ON
O WRIMT TO
UXRn



ORMOND
IF IN ANy WAY
IrTERE~flTD
IN PROPERTY IN
ORMOND OR
ORMOND REACH
He Will Give Your
Business Prompt
Attention


MILLED LONE
(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 Volusia


VISITORS
WELCOME


THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

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


The Best of Every-
thWng In Our Line


RIZY'S


New Smyrna
Is the Place


' OSE VILLA
MRs. H. MOELLER
Proprietress
Meals for Transients
a pCl eialty
NEW RMYRNA
FLORI IA


ASK


PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
(Inc.)
OWNER of the BEST
River Front
PROPERTY
IN PORT ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands
See...
. F. OATES, 5ec.,
Davtona, or
W. C. OWES, Agt
Port Omnnr.


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


PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
Convenient to Auto-
mobil0. Rae' ICour.
and Brid,'.
Applv to
WM. C. HOWES
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VOLUSIA


- BANK.
BL1~MK


A. D. McBRIDU
Preldent
J. B. OONRAD
VitoPresdent
IS. A. WOOD
Qashler

G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drugs, Stationery,
Huyler's Candies,
Kodaks, Cigars
DiLAND, FLA.


J. V. PERKINS


Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


Will Practice in
State and
Federal
Courts

DKLAND, FLA.


W. D. HAYNES
Grocer
DELAND, FLA.

"We Speak for
Your Trade."


LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practicing in all
I State and Federal
Ooumrts
Special facilities for
investigation and
perfecting titles
ErLAN, FLA.


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


"FOUNTAIN'S"
DLAND, FLA.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
GROVES
TIMBER o
TRUCK
LAND
S-nd for Bargain
CQL.t-. t r.


DxLAND, .sia C a
*--: ,-- Volaia Couty,
is dtUMil 33 milee .osthwe
=ued of



At DALG Ioe" tame Joh &
is amof am
9 m Imltat of aes of the IW.

3outh. SuMs, of the interest hi
m -s6-s--d_---0 DLnd is known
a 'e Atheas of Florida."
Stetson Univaersity has a faculty of
50 profeMsOr and imtructor. There
a over $400,000 in buildings ad
equipment; nearly $0,000 endow-
ment; 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. Elizabeth Hall is one of
the most beautiful college buildings
in the South.
The city has a population of about
3,.00, with a thickly settled county
adjacent DeLand proper is five
miles east of the St. Johns River,gon
the high, rolling pine land of the
great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.
The predominating products are
oranges and grapefruit, the estimated
crop from this vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches, pears, Japan 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 operated by the city, supplying
the purest water at little cost.
Nine houses of worship testify that
DeLand is a church-going commu-
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth-
odists (Northern and Southern), Pres-
byterians, Christians and Catholics,
besides colored Baptists and Metho-


dists, are represented.
The graded school offers a ten
years' course, and the building which
it occupies is newly furnished
throughout, and is one of the most
commodious and best equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DeLand
is made by automobile in a little
over an hour, and there are many
pretty drives In the vicinity of the
county site. A good road leads to
DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic
spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
bubble from the earth every minute.
From DeLand automobiles go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
marl roads; theSt. 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.


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COMPANY
Manufneacturers t
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINOS
Agents:
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Paroid Roofing
Whitehall Oemas"
El Dorado Plqsmb
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DuLAND, FLA,


ALLEN'S
Next to Postome
DRUGGISTS
JEWET.RR$
DmLAND, L69


A. 0f. WOOAU
The
T-eiding
GROCER
DiLAND, FLA.,

J.A.
ERICKSON
Sa COL
Largest Stock *
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ISewing M~bhiNj
aNuth of JAeWvtB
DuLAND, FLA,

Florida Wago
Works ad
Machine Sh
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Proprietor
DuLAND. FLA.
Manufacturer
Buggies and


SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSURANCE
AGENCY
EL.AND, FLA.
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TIE HAYTIA DAILY NEWS
PInbH"V" every ivon g exoett San--
day, fromt Neem ber 1 to April 1. boy
'rii GAZETTE-NUWoo
T. L. lmenzAw D, Editor-MMaNmer.
0. 8. HAIS, City d1to1r.
GOo. F. OouCH,. Bvqpertnteodent.
Entered as second-clas matter De-
cember 1, 1900, at the post office tM
Daytona, Florida,. undvr the Act cf
March 8, 1879.


TUXEDO PARK
TENNIS BEGINS
NEW YORK, Feb. 11-A series of
weekly exhibition court tennis and
racquet matches have been arranged
by the Tuxedo Club, beginning today.


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and Stationery Oa ,


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'Phone No. 70 or 26.


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CHINESE CELEBRATE
EMPEROR'S BIRTHDAY
0
PEKIN, Feb. 11-Following on thel FO R T
heels of the Chinese New Year, the = T
entire country is today celebrating
the birthday of the young Emperor0
Pu-Yi, who was born Feb. 11, 1W(6 *
and today reached the mature age of
four years. The dragon flag of the em-
pire is today floating from every stall i
in the capital and festivities of all I D
kinds are in progress.

GEORGIA HAS A NEW '
LEGAL HOLIDAY.
ATLANTA, Ga., Feb. 11-Public
schools throughout the state today IiTU Ii
held special exercises in celebration NOITD SLUL[TI IN


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of "Georgia Day," the anniversary of
the landing of Oglethorpe and the
founding of the first colony in Geor-
gia. Tomorrow, for the first time,
;the banks and courts will close and
the day will otherwise be observed


O ft SI y IN a the river Seine, which blects e Parts, been so high as In the flood which covered
at r|ff SI dh capital with muddy water, damaged property to an almost Incalculable extent
may hiteoric buildings. In the city and In the provinces thousands were rendered
R l 6 d the goermot V 1oted 14000 for their rellet Among the famous edifices
49 te Beim wired mndermlalnn their foundations, were the lofty Elffel tower,
V g mmfa tdo ful cathedral of Notre Dame, The wires on the Eiffel tower from which
I W fftWtd o wh ale teecraphy were ordered down by the authorities on the ground that
SW r I peoplo-. M- h o the O Clty of lighr was left by the flood without the services of
SW- Um uaw the dynamoa. The electric street ear service was entirely suspended.


Helping Hubby Out.
Yonr wife seems to be wonderfully
interested In your business. Must be
a sourm of great satisfaction to you.'"
"Yeas, indeed. Do you know I used
to think she cared nothing about it."
"Why the change?"
"I don't know. That's the funny
part of it. I can't imagine what has
changed her. A few nights ago I
went home. tired most to death, and
during the evening I casually remark-
ed: 'lole. my business is getting most
too much for nwe to haudle. I am
thinking cf employing a nice. steady
stcnogiraplwr unid tylwwriter. Don't
you think it would Ixb a good idea?'
From fhnt fi iinet the- ,d- c ll th. wa.


Tbeatw of Diffwrent Ago.
The difference between the play-
house In whbih we see a drama of
Bronson Howard's today and the play-
house In which Sheridan's comedies
were originally acted Is greater than
the difference between Sheridan's
Drury Lane and the house for which
Congreve wrote and In which Better-
ton acted. And that restoration play-
house was very unlike the Elizabethan
theater for which Shakespeare wrote
and in which Burbage acted. Even,
more apparent is the difference be-
tween the theater of Dionysius at
Athens and the Roman theater at
Orange. These theaters are sharply
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HOLLY ,ILL, Feb. 10-Miss May
--t --t--" came down from Bu-
*w for a'ireek's end visit to her
father and -isters.
Mr. Freneh, son-in-law of Mrs. Chias
elloughl left Wednesday for Mon-
tasa, where he expects to engage in
S buines with his brother.
It is generally recognized as a
M that Scuipernong vines do not
.b ew any signs of life until all
4ft- of frnot ia n9at Tn nr noizgh-


as a legal holiday. The holiday was
created by the State Legislature at
its last session.

NOTED MEN ATTEND
LINCOLN CLUB BANQUET.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Feb. ll-
The greatest array of public speak-
ers ever heard in Grand Rapids is
scheduled to appear at the annual
banquet of the Lincoln Club here to-
morrow night. Included in the list
are Vice President Sherman, Com-
mander Peary, Gen. Frederick D.
Grant, Senator Julius C. Burrows and
Bourke Cockran. Covers will be laid
for nearly 2,000 guests.


AT EPWORTH HALL


THURSDAY EVENING.


A very pleasant social function was
t:eld at Epworth Hall by the Metho-
(!ist congregation and their friends
Thursday evening. The program as
inlishe(d in the 1)aily News with
The excptioln of th_ organ accompani-
ments, \vhich xvwere rendered by Miss
!;,likinor,-, .Mrs. ('Chowning's Charm-
ing sister, was carried out in a most
pl askingg \%ay. It was a matter of
- rv'L tOI all that Prof. Hardy was
i ot able, on account of sickness, to
; ikte his part on tlie program. Light


SHADOW OF DEATH.


Conicliuded from first page
came filled Nxith superstitious fear of
the man and it not surprising that in
the course of time Byrnes became the
hero of countless romantic and sen-
sational stories and yarns which went
from mouth to mouth and made
Byrnes appear endowed with almost
supernatural powers of penetration
and divination.
Brynes proved himself a man of ex-
ceptional energy, ability and determin-
tion. He never shrank from hard
work and often would work on im-
portant cases for twenty-four hours at
a stretch. His persistence was pro-
verbial and he was never known to
abandon a case until he had exhaust-
ed every effort and had sifted the
clues to the very bottom. Although
he had surrounded himself with the
(,ry best detectives obtainable in
the country, he nevor depended upon
tiem altogether, b':. ud most of thi
v ork himself.
It was under 'is lei that the so-,
(alled "dead line" was drawn for the
protection of the financial district of
the lowtr part of tht, city and it was
I:yrnr.-s who originat(-d and used tilh:
"Third Degree" in th,- most effective
manner to obtain conifs.sin.s from


suspected evil doers. His methods
were criticised by some persons as


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PRINCE GEORGE
rd & Holroyd, Proprietors
DAYTONA FLORIDA
and Improved Since Last Season.
Wf GrCMnA---Located on River Front


- Concert Twice Daily


as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park, N. J.


iion leaves Prince George dock for
T Tuesday morning at 8:00 o'clock.


HAMILTON


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SRS. HINSKY, Proprietress.



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hhai6 entering to the most prtIcular people. Central location.
MMB rHwr, lMU than two books from the clubs, bank, post office.
lIMS. L.00 "and 4A00 per day--PW.X and higher pe"r week.
SOpFen ovember to May.
Wm. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.


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Diward C. Sedge.t a d. -
. Marks, of Erie, Pa., afe guest 7te
Ivy Lane Ian. Mr. Selgl is a remr.
winter visitor, having spent the past
Four seasons here.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe. M. Christy, of
SDes Moines, and friends, Mr. and Mrs
E. T. Binnis, of Bryan, Ohio, retur-
a d Thursday from a trip to Cuba,
are again at The Palmetto; en-
Sroute north.

; The following automobile party,
Mrs. L. It. Braswell and two daugh-
ters, Miss Hood, Senator Magee and
.dLughter, guests at The Palmetto,
fpaeft a delightful afternoon in New
SSmyrna Wednesday.

The following party arrived from
Winsten-Salem, N. C., Thursday and
are guests at The Ridgewood: Mr.
and Mrs. H. G. Chatham, Miss D.
T. Chathamn, Mr. and Mrs. A. H, Gal-
loway, two children and nurse.

Wm. Price, of Philadelphia, archi-
tect of the new Clarendon and Mr.
Street, engineer of the construction
work, who have been at The Pal-
metto for several days, will be locat-
ed at Seabreeze after today for the
greater convenience of their work.

W. I. Jones, a guest at The Ridge-
wood, who is a devoted disciple of
Iziak Walton, had a most successful
fishing bout Tuesday morning at
the Inlet, bringing in a large catch
of sheepshead, and entertained a
number of his friends with the fruits
of his spoil at a delightful dinner
party Tuesday evening.

Recent arrivals at The Palmetto:
S. B. Richardson, Boston; Jos. M.
Christy and wife, Des Moines, Iowa;
E. T. Binnis and wife, Bryan, Ohio;
E. V. Mahoney and wife, New York;
Mrs. E. Hertzog, J. P. Edwards. Ot-
tawa, Canada; Geo. A. Mirick, Bos-
ton; N. Deyfres, New York; Wm.
Flint and wife, Spencer, Pa.; Miss
Augusta Brenlen, Alberta, Canada;
W. L. Ely and wife, Peekskill, N. Y.

The regular card party entertain-
ment was enjoyed at The Despland
Thursday evening. Eight tables were
set. The game was bridge whist.
The gentleman's top score was won
by Miss McCord, of New York; sec-
ond score by W. E. Thompson, of
Cleveland. The ladies' first was won*
by Mrs. Hidgson, of Toronto, and the*
second by Mrs. C. C. Allen, of Kan-
sas City. The game was very much
enjoyed, after which refreshments
were served.

Yesterday's arrivals at The Ridge-
wood include: T. T. Rice, E. G. Spald-
ing, Port Huron, Mich.; H. L. Reese,
M. D., New York; Mrs. D. B. Kinne,
New York; P. F. Herbert Gray and


wife, Leonard Jones and wife, Albani
Mr. and Mrs. B P Remy, Anderson,.
Ind; .Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hastings,
Boston; G .C. Haste. St. Louis; Edw.
M. Ballard and wife, W. W. Bean,
Mrs. Green Penn, Mrs. Barnes Penn
and child, Benton Harbor, Mich.; Mr.-
and Mrs. L. 0. Smith, Eloise and Eva'
Virginia Smith, May Doling, lPhiladel-
phia.


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f Y~e'~A" wlvals at TMe DeOW
4ltadm.: ,Mrs. Harry Gemntt,
I Bo Gennett Harry Gennett,
Blolhmo, Id.; Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
DaOhter, Raleigh, N. C.; Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Buterick, Philadelphia;
Dr. A. t. Baker, Cleveland; T. H.
Campbell and wife, St. Paul, Mina.;
F. ILH. Laugland, Pttsburg; Calvert
BooJt and family, Toronto; Geo. K.
Baker, Lancaster, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Gamel, New York; W. T. Had-
low, 8. G. Boise, Jacksonville.

SRecent arrivals at The Pines are:
Win. F. Stanhope and family, Lexing-
ton, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Mills,
Jacksonville; E.'L. Harney and wife,
Chfllicothe, 0.; Henry Allen and
wife, Mrs. J. C. Vaught, Winchester,
Ky.; J. T. Broughbar, wife and daugh-
ter, Kansas City; S. E. Huff and
wife- Urbana, 0.; A. T. Burdick, New
York; Jas. Markey and wife, Mrs. A.
Markey, West Alexander, 0.; R. A.
Troney, St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs.
Adam Cornelius, Buffealo, N. Y.

Rebuking a Greenhorn.
A whist expert discussed at a dinner
those overconfident and foolish per-
sons who think they can learn whist
in a year or two.
"Such persons should be called to
order." the expert said sternly. "I for
one am always glad to see them called
to order. A young green horn stood
behind my partner during a game one
night. At the end of the hand the
greenhorn said:
"'Why didn't you lead hearts?
That's what I'd have done.'
"My partner smiled and answered:
"'Ah. but you. my young friend,
have the world before you and none
but yourself to consider. You have no
wife and family dependent on you for
bread, and If you lose heavily no one
suffers but yourself. With me it is
different; hence I led spades.'"

Necessity of Air Baths.
The conditions and conventions of
our civilization demand frequent bath-
ing. Any one suspected of avoiding a
daily bath would quickly find himself
persona non grata in decent society.
It is popularly supposed that frequent
bathing is essential to health. This is
quite untrue. Much of the benefit at-
tributed to the water is in reality due
to the complete exposure of the skin
to the air. The respiratory function
q-tUh*1Mn is of high Importance, and.
although water may be dispensed
with. closing( the pores to air would
result in speedy asphyxlation.-New
York Medical Journal.

A Dreaded Contingency.
A young girl of fourteen was taking
a trip on Lake Michigan in a small
steamer. The lake was somewhat
rough, and many were seasick. The
girl sat in the bow and was unusually
quiet for her. "Are you feeling sick.
4aughterr' inquired her father. "No;
I don't think I am sick, but I should
hate to yawn."--Lfe.
Blocking Him.
'Say, old man." began Borroughs, :
'lend me your ear for awhile, will


you 7'
"My friend." replied Wise, shrewdly
suspecting a touch, "I'd gladly lend '
you both of them; then I wouldn't be
able to hear you ask me to lend you
anything else."-Catholic Standard ajd
Times.
Inconsistent.
She (pretty. but sedate)-I admire a
man who holds fast to his ideal.
He (a ninny)-But-but you won't let
me.-Boston Herald.


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Currants .... .. 13c lb, 2 for 25c
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Pears, evaporated ......... 20o
Oranges, per dozen, .... ....1o
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Carrots, .......... all 5c bunc
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Cranberries .. .. 13c qt, 2 for 25c
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Mr wpual hav.e leped the tfe.e and
nm the wayfarer bhalft a mile, but on
bthtoecasion hetvilted hbm over Into
the corn and gat down with him for a
comfidental conversation. The result
of that coovereatou was that at 8
o'clock that evening the tramp ap-
peared betbre the Widow Tompkins
and made threats of what he would
do if she didn't set out victuals, hunt
up old clothes and come down with a
dollar in cash. Ebenezer was not far
away, just far enough to come run-
ning up and knock the tramp bead
over heels and rescue the widow. But
as he started to come running be fell
down and got tangled up with the
bushes, and before he could get away
the widow had broomsticked the tramp
into flight. She didn't say she was
glad that the would be hero was so
near at hand. What she did say was
that she wasn't afraid of any old
tramp walking the roads.
Ebeneser's first try was a failure.
but within a fortnight he was ready
for another. Behind the farms ran a
river. The widow had a skiff on the
water and often rowed herself up and
down. One night the farmer's hired
man took some tools down to the
landing and was busy for an hour.
Two evenings later, just at sundowir.
he saw the widow making across the
field for the river, and be was not long
in following her. He expected to bear
cries for help, but they did not come.
He expected to find a woman clinging
to a swamped boat. but he didn't. She
was wading ashore when he arrived
on the bank and dashed in, and all he
got out of it was a good sousing and a
cold in the bead.
A cold in the head casts a man down
for a few days, but if there be any
hero about him he rallies and becomes
more daring than ever. Ubeuw4
rallied. Two or three farmhouses In
the township had been robbed, and
this fact became the basis for his third
plan. One night at midnight he left
his bed. descended to earth by way of
a window, and, armed with a club. he
became a guard for the widow's house.
He circled around It and patrolled the
garden and the orchard, and he felt
that he would give a year of his life if
a robber would appear. He would first
fell him and then arouse the house
and when the widow came to know
that he had been guarding her for love
her heart would melt toward him. But-
no robber came. Instead of that his
footsteps awoke the widow, and. peer-
ing out. she saw some one walking
about, and she got out a shotgun and
raised a window and blazed away. The
gun was loaded with bird shot to shoot
hawks that might come swooping
down on chickens, but in this case
they a:uswered just as well for a man.
Ebetez<.zr receivedd about twenty of
them aid ran two miles to a doctor to
have theml picked <;ot. Lie also had a
vacati n fri'.mn work for a week under
the excums" that he had sprained his
back titritimm. over in bed.
Ninety-iniie out of a hundred would
be hero,&,s x'ould have given up the job
right her,, lut Ebenezer was a man
to hanl., 'n. It was while he was
limpi.-g around on his vacation and do-
ing a lot of standing up and wander-
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hero of the Russo-npanese war: The
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Dr. Austin Flint, Sr.

Member of a Famous Family of
Physicians.


Dr. Austin Flint. Sr., of New York
Is one of America's leading physicians.
He Is the eon of a famous doctor and
the father of Austin Flint. Jr.. a well
know alienist.


Albert T. Patrtick.


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For Liberty.


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can assure you that in return for your business, Mts bak meot only ailws a mrike
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In cold, unassa-mi1idures, here is our guarantee to every depositor rejrd-
less of the amount he may have in this bank.


Capital .
Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders Liability


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Total, $250,000.00


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We repeat: This bank wants your hsiness.


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