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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 12, 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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Volume ID: VID00431
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DATTOKA FLORIDA. SAll


,AT. PROT 12. 1910


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2. 3. itaerald Z.7F. Oates
P1TZGERALD & OATES
-Afttameys and Counaeflor at Law
O pecial FaciltIe, for It mtning
and Plercttag Lead TItles
O0he In Gonrad Builing. 'Fbone M


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JRaTr GOODS AT
S- -RIGHr PRICES
DIfmt ooon to Treat You Right.
-.I" uh be TW e &CP.
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DotI cI.DOW. AKE
D~ent-

Os so*& son amwOfi-
Am*Cftal


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-p athu-
jg Saw busy
road

pwsoa and

Ift wrd
| > that

SNorth
Oak

that
t Volusia

6 at work
O Hill
4mt Prtre,
Vrtvate sub-


most of
tayrin Vo-
-Msred that
eigbboring
Bthat

a they ar-
uP to the
upwove the
ite Brevard
amured
woul
their road

ftor the dry
and 6ll
wth wa-
fiver and
u.Pm p to make
o wtte et us-

proed the
down
lookwville to
pi lirch has
this season
through
il e to Tampa,
h rete are


SVolusia coun-
ScUve steps
t n ebove mention-


NEW HOTEL.


ACTUAL WORK OF CONSTRUC-
TION WILL COMMENCE MONDAY
ON THE CLARENDON--CHANG-
ES IN PLANS HAVE BEEN COM-|
PLETED. "
Seambreeze is now presenting a
more busy aspect on account of the
interest being taken by the public at
large in the work of a new Claren-
don Hotel. Headquarters have been
opened up in Dr. Potter's office on
the corner of Ocean Boulevard and
Grandview avenue, and the actual
work of construction will begin on
Monday. The change in location nec-
esaitated changes in the plans and
Messrs. Price and McLanahan, and!
their engineer, Mr. Street, have
been hard at work on the new plafts
since their arrival.
The street will be arched and the
center of the house will be played
directly over the street, the appro,
to the entrance being by a circular
driveway. In an intervie\- with \V.
T. Hadlow, of the \V. T. iladlow Com-
pany, who has the contract for the
construction of the hotel, lie said,"I
am very much pleased to hlite tihe
opportunity of building this houi.e as
it will be unique in many ways. It
wUill be absolutely fire proof in every
way and the general plan and scheme
will make it one of the most attrac-
tive houses in the South. I am very
much pleased to have the pleasure
of spending some time in the Day-
tona vicinity, as I consider it one of
the most attractive places on the
East Coast."
The firm of which Mr. lladlh\v is
a member has just recently comnplet-
ed the Seminole Hotel in Jacksonville.



CONFIDENTIAL


AGENT OF


RYAN MISSING.


NOTED FINANCIER FEARS UUL
PLAY HAS COME TO A TRUST-


ED EMPLOYE-MISSING


ff"WTRATlO1..
~~way, of Neu,
W'l"mnfnritfhnn-


SINCE


CHRISTMAS.


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"Black Hand Letter"

To the Public:
We command every man, woman and child to trade
with us. If you disregard this, you will bring upon your-.
self a loss.

Gruber-Morris Hardware Company
"It you don't trade with uas we both lose money."

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NEW BANK


ORGANIZED


YESTERDAY.


PEOPLE'S STATE BANK EXPECTS


TO OPEN


FOR BUSINESS


INI


TWO OR THREE MONTHS.


A meeting of the stockholders of
the proposed People's State Bank
%%as held at the Armory yesterday af-
tll ad the organization of theI
U1,110011 Mid thie organization of the';


illst itlit jul-I Ma(s Pelt cc I ed,


by the


ele,'t,(, (,of the f&olloh\ ill officers and


di i t' (,rt':"
'r,--sident-S. I'. Leland.
Vice Presidents--\VWn. Tt\\ocd
M. L. Waggoner.


and


("isiti,,r--IM. E. Carter.
li.e.toIrs -. \V. i. l'hillips, \Vmi. At-
V\oud. .lmltl T. Hallmmond, .James C(ar-
icell, \l. 1.. \VWaggoner, C. M. \Carrier.
R. S. Maley. S. P. Leland, W. ('.
Jackson and M. E. Carter.
It is proposed to have the institu-
tion ready for business in two or
three months during which time a
charter will be obtained and prelimin-
ary details arranged. A location has
not yet been definitely settled
upon although two or three build-
ings are under consideration.
M .E. Carter, who will be cashier.
is from Williamstown, Ky., where he
is interested in the banking business.
Hie has been in Daytona for a couple
of weeks but left this afternoon for
Kentucky to arrange his business af-
fa;rs lvrei;.iratory to ioi \ ing to Day -
tona.


STIOWERS RESIGNS AS POSTI-

MASTER At '. PALM BEACH.

HAS HELD THE OFFICE FOR SIX-


TEEN YEARS-FORMERLY


'$500 REWARD


FOR ARREST OF


ANTONIA ZUZZA.


MR. BURGOYNE WILL PAY NO
ATTENTION TO THE DEMANDS
OF THE MYSTERIOUS LETTER.

February 12, 1910.
Editor Daily News:
I authorize you to offer $500
reward for the arrest and con-
viction of the writer of t,ne
Black Hand letter.
C. G. BURGOYNE.

The story of the receipt of the
"blaek hitd" letter by Commodore C.
G. Burgoyne yesterday afternoons< a.
told in the Daily Ne',S created (t .os:t-
erable of a sensation. -
Mr. Burgoyne today offtr-s a it' ard
(of $500 for the arrest and conviction
of the writer of the letter, which lie
contemplates turning over to the Fel-
eral officials.
The penalty for writing a letter of
this kind is very severe and Mr. Bur-
goyne is determined to ferret out
the mysterious epistle. lie will pay
no attention, however, to the demai-Is
of "Zuzzl," he says.


HAPPY MOMENTS AT
MOSQUITO INLET TODAY.
General Jared Smith, G. H. Foote,
Geo. H. Ludwig and Louis Adlfr are.
the guests today of G. H. Hulett,
aboard his boat. Happy Moments. o,
a fishing expedition to the Inlet


SOUTH POLAR EXPEDITION


RETURNING UNSUCCESSFUL.

REACHED WITHIN 1400 MILES OF


THE POLE --- MEN


BECAME


SlICK. TH,,LJ:' H NDNE. DiED.


135 LIVES


LOST NEAR


MINORCA.

FRENCH STEAMSHIP CRASHES ON
TREACHEROUS REEFS 1W AW-


FUL STORM.


MARSEILLES, France, Feb. 12-
Latest reports show that 13.- lives
were lost by the wreck of the French


steamship, General Chanzy,


which


c.'ashld at full speed, in the dead of
ii h.-, on the treacherous reees near
he island o( Minorca.
turned mail bags which Ihae Leen
washed ashore indvat, a tc.'rific' ex-
plosion.
L.oditS f tng ncai" the reck can-
not be rescued on a.cou'ilit of tile con-
tinning storm.
Thile passengers were mostly Fr'ench
officers and officials returning to
their post in Algeria, accompanied
bly their wives amnd children, a few
soldiers, some Italians and Turks.
id on,.' PI'ic'sL. The only AnIlou Sax-
tn nan-es on the passenger 1', (Gree'n and Stakley.aTk1 T \ t- n,' 1, -
-'. rs of an opera tr'Wui,)' : 'i 'n




lt>d Ull.; bl to) cope t t: ; tile tell-
1,est of almost unprecedented vio-
ef. -',. Other ships in the n eighbor-
'..' nl li:d sif.nly .rdd e (. i,, !.


TWAIk


TIED UP


BYSTOM


SNOW AND WIND PLAY HAVOC


ON LAND


AND SEA-TRAINS


NOT MOVING IN NEW ENGLAND.
BOSTON, Feb. 12-Heavy snow,
driven by high winds, today, haa
practically tied up traffic throughout
'New England.
The fishing schooner, Minerva, was
wrecked near the eastern port light
-Wday. The crew escaped in boats.

Schooner Ashore Off Norwalk.
BRIDGEPORT, Conn.. Feb. 12-A
two-mniasted schooner, name unknown,
is ashore on Nauvoc Island, off Nor-
walk. Tugs hae been sent out.

Steamers Forced to Harbor.
NEW LONDON. Conn., Feb. 12-
The steamuers New Haven and Provi-
dence were forced to put in here to-
day on ae:ouat otf th,2 terrific seas In
tik' sound. "h. s:t'arie:'s carried 300
|p;..s.-eti~;">.

Fishing Schoo; er Wrecked.
S()01'S\iW"*TH. .N H. F.b. 12-
.k r;s!:'," >. iK u-i :. \', F. Reed,
.'..t tl,: 1l, :. ; '. r, k ,,i r ,:ia y at
1s"'u.'i, s P i t'.i. L-i;, s.,2-s-it rescued
ti' c "',V. ,ft, .' terri '.v' da!"in er's.

FOUR CARS OF TOURING
PARTY ARRIVED YESTERDAY


- ,i ,lI [iet -, v- ,,, 1 ) L I'T o cars. a Chalnmers-Detroit and
&:t, $Lln V s1\-c ijder 1' 10 Mitchell, belong-
, o)A Is o th r o ul g h tihe '~ l a r a'h p ^
9 II 'tilr 11 h tli ft" t', .irs. G. M. Davis and her son,
>,*o and brout t up o t,.. .C1 (,'I V. W EDais, of Chicago, and a six-.
SinHorc.a lin the %i ihity of (' i.uadl,. 'cylinder Chadwick and six cylinder
.*Mora, owned by E. W. Andrews, of
Chicago, came in from St. Augus-
V[ALT II tine yesterday, E. A. Hilderbrandt be,
WEAL T 1tIing ii, charge of Mrs. Davis 'cars and
Bi. E. Williams those belonging to
HIC^AGOANMr. Andrews. The party are making
CH CA O N Chauffeur Hilderbrandt made the
Strip from Jacksonville to St. Aug-
M lUlr rl tine yesterday In two hours and ff1-
lURDER. teen minutes, and today they came
fromin St. Augustine to Daytona in
three hours.
STILLETO GUARD DROPPED BY The young men say they had a very
THE MURDERER MAY SOLVE pleasant trip, without special incident
until they mixed up with some soft
THE IDENTITY OF THE ONE -and on the Ormond Beach and Juwt
HWHO COr TTDTCRIME. ht hat happened then s likely the re-
pot,-"tr did not frn, for they showed
I Hi('.\ it I- ,*i' .- .!-; .' -.~ varn. favoritiSm ',)r th.ir cars and
,; *; I. ,,, .;r-l t ,;- |ii;d rbrardt say., thO Mitchell pull-
.. : ,: i:i:;d fr- :i ". "", -r .:. t --d ti-r- .if (out 0i the .`e ind 'without
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OUNSS' BAKERY 1mIodem wmhde
F OF lEE 0 The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.
IN-Where think yo I s water with mom
pkctt,-rt~que surro'un4invw? NeMAry a
I m de _d e fringed with tropical ege-
Li~o~. Atiic cottages with roomy
f verandas looking out upon her bosomh.
wgamey food fishes in countless ru-h f
i S 0 bers t..-ckoning, as ie were, to those

S=i-ith rod and reir l her bsm flck-e
ns 3AUg*ged with duck and coot and snowy-;
U.. u Um~h Of winged sea birds. which sit about as
0 if for the sport of bobbing upon the
waves; watch tuat lubberly old
white heade'J peiican pouch a fat
*mullet, a-d that fish hawk struggling
MACS B U upward wIt~h hsflounde'ring lc-ad he
T1 AL SUF .saat bh,d vr~ua he water,
0.CB W E lt htl, beautif'uilaunIiE5~k
MAC'SCAFE*! and sparm, tlleir hamners and I lkers
TU FALTUPG
9;blzz with re '-sh1-ments t-otlh so~il


TONOXA RIVER-

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Largst. as1et. a nd KcI h-Dn Is-
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LABFOUR Cc

EL C. Tbompson. Agent
Deinmust~htliS engla* Can betrt-n a
aw amme. thomn W.


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HAVANA CIGARS
North Beac St., aytona, Fli
CALtL FOR XTY "C'ARq
Cear Havana Smokers 5c.
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IL And at SW 00 1 PaW5elt
_--__ elm betwm te imieis
&ad westeMn s aro mam0=A "=DO
w~e In pportim to inhabitants? The
pavement que*Iotl stands with the
street as one ot the chiae drain
Scard[& TMl some unheard of a
place reports more and better, LDay- ~
t0na thr ws down the gauntlet to the 1 _
world-
Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Frut. 7-
IWhatever oone*9 shortcomings and Si4'. v:::
,however indifferent or even callous
one may be to mny- thins, the mere
Imentl on 'l-owen and Suirrels
'birft and fruits" will send&athril m .
that is reflected in distended pupLIlS -
and pricked ears m-
For every vistor with a spare 90o- 5::t:
ber there is a bunny ready to COMO
'and accept your gift- He will sit bolt!
upright and knaw into the meat1
casting furtive, saucy glances at youl TH
Imeanwhi e ~R CESS
PFwwers. Us-aily freb,!2az.d bloom-,
dlrS the year round You are reminded !fISSENA


o"C"u!e, T- --= .-l Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G. Ii n gs 4o*earl" w-st S1Paid..
.- -.J swe_.p .12e v fom. : -. P,:..c: A, umner' !irger g blossoms
6I c Or _dg bride to Ponce Park .,
&a -- 4-- batedaredelayed.
*a:gt -o-:s. then s.y whether t ,e Nose, Throat. LIai J 1rehu er dl ayd
th .. .. adbw ITVhwry M d. Iaone yard roseZ of varigated hues
0, H a' -fax ;sn ~t a6 t~ins of b-eauty &adi
*I .rerand ,~c~ the ,od-r I Q, I ,- f.- T'-- VaT, vi:zh .predominate; another household has
ea joy fo~rever. and Ore Of the mod-_rn 1B -'v "c.' -":- .:--', ',,;o'::a cltfrtepic and tMe
1CW ok. n.C- "S:.'--5 Lwf42 a penchant for the poincettaadte
r- orders. ?.remiee aare aflame; another is hid-
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge- den in a jungle of tal cane. Variety
IFOOood. is the spice of life and here is where
Twdgewooda ,enue is upon the crest DR. F. H. HOUGHTON you findft.
of a broad ridge, straight as the cr ow i The birds flit in, and with their
flies and the widespreading branches a Lentist )oyous notes help to give fulln
of the heavy-trunked live oaks ex- PM Bio:k a,', symmr to the picture.
tend their giant arms acros the mag-0 PHooE 'i "Wr.t EEnd South Bridge As for fruits choice citrus frui,
Asfofutschoie ciru fruts
*niflcent vis-ta, forming an arch, and '0U0*0 UU-0 O Daytona yields the palm to none for
from these extended arms great fes-; :quality and quantity per acre. Them
m toons of Spani h moss raway as thhe are scores of citrus groves in prox-
trade %inds from the tropic &OSTEOPATHYimty to the city, brch ding
fan em. Looking strgt ahead: DR. C.. H n
nd,.,ur.-dor A. 1%. ti',.fou -.nt- c to the earth with their burdeas of
d own this wL.te shell street one *La s ,,t tirlopvtbat. MI&Dllfi. uscious golden glotws, which for
NINTH "EAiQN IN_
* the .=pres .:on of a fairy path with 1cat. "'n vc. vru-.2daoo.N --beauty, profbeacy arA -11deeirable
ef '. draper:es, but az you movie* P St..4';."k.')"T"-'w, *T'A t -"'.
a.on" a_.d t .... -, --;rst- "- t:14- em.Ulm..UU11ilUO leml The Fastest Autvs and The Finest
m -- and then to the fet..youc ie ds- Out.
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dctegr in the p
in the winter, with
exta nw ordrop of a hw
ation, marks this as am ad

the country, no&-h, aE
iThe ocesanitsel. ,w~tb if
'beach, hard as macadam
as a Boor. 'is the gereatae
Although earth and air a"
to have entered into a
to enhance its Cevay
beach is the iamous
Course wbaer every w
away record has been =of
thes reccwds it coctiuaf
without rivalry.
The sand oi thi~s ~m
*is Composed Larte IV of the
the coquina claim -wu-ch
one-half iach lone and
,Fqr ages Natiitr has bgft
the,-- up. waahang 1them be
suri. and pnivenz-.ag theMM
Under t-lC -crcsccp e.
13 roan._-'un : fr inMX"
.;a-,. be~caase i" ts smothg
its holdn.g t thelru, y74
contemplateg, t!Ie very
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2t, in -h S whow i of

of dwU o-v- ha"dsa
as ~a saw mwwwmbmby
amm Ig gtte rut d am state.
during the elaoe Of by.
bisurims6 Nerw Smyrnm is truly
of romnc aand rest
Wtm heme is very inviting to
mUNd lesmt-aeeker. Here,
Dbe e ounduthebest fishing and:
in the State of Florida.
people are thrifty, the busi.
1U enter prisine and all unite
the welcome hand of
ty to stranger There are
cdurch e'ificet lfor white people
asequal number for the. colored
;,the town has an ,-wcolient
ool, a splehdtd public lib-
md up-to-date business houses.
are any number of pretty
ftr the plrm -met pop"lution
mbe close to 2,000, and
vny fins winter residences.
Sagood hotels and boarding
1a where you can find accomo-
S to meet your requirements.
S New Smyrna is as fine a
ikof vegetable land as can be
etanywhere. This land has
'WFlvided into small farms which
b 8 bought at reasonable pr ces
of the finest celery grown in
bftis rais ed on this land. All
r vegetables grow in abundance,
|Hftst too, is the home of the fam-
ladiana River oranges.
.0w Smayrna has no bonded iu-
en and the tax levy is low.
p"Wt that no tourist should fail
Vistis the ruins of the Old Span-
M hsiou which stand somber and
abc mhout one and a quarter miles
mwet of New Sm-c.-na. A good
blds to the place and the trip
bi easily made by an automobile.
aO W te great pine fats by the
tof 8 iorsti this place of
har the pious; this ren-
S sr the pica ier. The ruins
l ev. and while them is no
hb story of their origin, it
b lmmd that the Mission was
by ane Pmsc-aB in the days
IM on"Powerful igd of
pMt ed its ag upon what
U ,i asoiL It was built
estuam, the roof being of the
m m Il, cut into thin slabs
N covered with cement plaster.
v-e gardens .rk0o.gded it,
J mf wu wclo e by a stone
Sportio 6f .hich still reaaia
usually come in parties
mry and curious but the spell of
I- place soon falls upon them and
Ny separate to sit alone, silent and
!Mnitative, under the arches or be-
afi the aicicet welL
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Specal per
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Excellent Hunting
and Fishl
NEW SMYRNA
9PIARJTIA


HOTEL

TURNBULL
NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
Dinners for Motor-
InD Parties a
Specialty
Rates: $2.00 per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
L HODGES
PROPRI ETORS



SGALBREATH
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW R .MYRNA
FLkRI DA

BELL'S

While at
New Smyrna
LUNCH
at
BELL'S



L. C. CHISOLM
Tonsorial Parlor
i Oldest btiind in town
NEW SMYRNA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
Remnoved Without
Pain
SANITAPY BATHS

PURE

ICE CREAM
Confections
Cold Drinks

The Beat of Every-
thing in Our Line


RIZY'S


New Smyrna
S Is the Place


ROeg VILLA
m us. H. MOPLLXR
Proprietress
Meals for Transients
u Mp-.cYalty
NEW "MYRNA
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ORMONDwON-THE-HAuLFAX


I'm just going to
sit h'r, and flmh and
et Orango.s this
winter. Thavr, .re
nonie good c: nip
[rounds na 'tar mnin..
Orne nnd pitch our
tent on on(. nr 1.oin
me on th jo_.
VA'o i F'l 1


ROSF 7
on sr
ORMONI, F1..
Frank M:Uion I .
Rates: ? rl I r-'.
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JAS. CARNELL
O(IMOND, FLA.
Mnnuficturr of
Pure Home-Made

GUAVA JELLY
MARMALADES AND
TROPICAL
PRESERVES
Special Attention to
Family Orders
IfUMBMT AWARDS AT,
Pi n Aiertican Ex-
}"il tion-Bufflalo
V.t %t India Expost-
SaI -- ha rrl.ston
T. F \p ta.ltton. Ht. ro l,


E C. TOTMAN
fIM >N 1, FLA.
Fine Gioceries
Ve'.etables Fruits
I -.t .t i>d MSinokkd
i .MFATM


MOUNDGROVE
ORANGES
and
Grapefruit -
Best Grown
4 iro: on St. Au tigu -
tie'! Autiiiio';l.
Ro-l, .VMm li, S
North of
HOTEL ohMONI
Beed, Knox and
Beed Company
P, IA W Postotlhc'


ORMOND is five miles north of
Daytoa, located on the western I
bank of the Halifax River. The lo-
cation of the town permits of good.
drainage and perfect anei*itio.; the
elevation is superb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge con-
nects Ormond with Ormond Beach, i
Many fine residences are main-
tained on either side of the river, :
most of them embellished with sub-
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees
The town is very cosmopolitan,
hai an excellent graded school. sev.
eral churches, a fine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
comfortablee and convenient hotels
.. boarding houses.
'--r.o-d has nanv of the Florida
atr ltions-fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
salubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
SAt Ormond Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
sister, Bretton Inn. -The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
Halifax River, while the latter has as
its outlook the magnificent 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 euter 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 ado, and drives to the planta-
tions of hospitable settlers, whose
places are replete with the interest
Sof Southern fruits and flowers.
One of these interesting planta-I
tions is Number Nine, located on the
peninsula, five miles north of the
Hotel Ormond. I i',re you see a tine
orange grove, toetticr with great va-
rieties of other sib-tropical fruit,
and flowers.
Five miles further on you come to
Moundgrove, one of the finest orange
groves in this section of Florida.
Mounddrove is ou the headwaters of
the Halifax River and is amid pretty
surroundings. The place is reached
by a good road [passing Number
Nine] and is a drive all tourists may
enjoy.

NITTAPGC AND) ROOMS TO LET-
I.11III1/l A Fmrnlhr; Modern Im-
'COTTV prI-vlnints; on River
Front or MIld, Mtr.-t,. Rents R'asonimhh.
:'. to WV. F. )LBY sit Orniond.


CALL OW
Ox WITU TO

IA,9.


ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTERESTED
IN PROPERTY IN
ORMOND OR
ORMOND BEACH
He Will Give Your
Business Prompt
Attention


MILDRED LODGE
iFormuer!v MNildt r
()0i liv I Front
() tMON1)." FIA.
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 the Finest
Grcves in Volusia
County

VISITORS
WELCOME


THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

"NUMBER NINE"
Their Reputation
is Established. No,
Comment is Reall-"
Necessary.


P
PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
(Ine.)
OWNER of the BEST
River Front
PROPERTY
IN PORT ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands


t .04A iTFS, -e c..
Da-,tona. or


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


PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
i 'oilivenit'it to .\Aut(
l n~d n {;i } '. ',i~l-: ,
A r "id ii t< I
W .\i,'OV t(,
W+M~ C~ }IIWES


I


VOLUSIA
COUNTY
BANK
DBLAID, FULA

Cap" $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
President
J. B. OONRAD
Vice President
S. A. WOOD
Clashter


G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drugs, Stationery,
Huyler's Candies,
Kodaks, Cigars
1i [..AND, FLA.
L


J. W. PERKINS

Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


; Will Practice in
State and
FVdoral
Court-

IDLANI, FlA


W. D. HAYNES
Grocer
DELAND, FLA.

"We Spak for
Your Tradv."


LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practicing in Hli
Htatui id Fldt-ral
Corourt
Special facllltihs for
investigating nand
.-rfecting titles
P.ELAND, FILA.


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


FOUNTAIN'S
DBLAND, FLA.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
GROVES
TIMBER or
TRUCK
LAND


DELAND, "b county =et of
I at Volusia Co y,
is situated 23 mila outhwest of
D ytoma aMd is reacbd froM the It-
ter city by aa xcllemt aId-erfa
rd romtly coasftced.
At DgLand is locat the John L
Stbton University, one of the lead-m
ing educational institutions of the
South. Bec nse of the interest in
matters educational DeLand is known
as 'The Athes of Florida."
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and instructors. There
are over $400,000 in buildin'gs and
equipment; nearly $300,000 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
3,500, with a thickly settled country!
adjacent. DeLand proper is five
miles east of the St. Johns River,ion
the high, rolling pine land of the
great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.
The predominating products are
oranges and grapefruit, the estimated:
crop from tnis vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches, pears, Japan persimmons,
plums, pecans, guavas, strawberries
and other fruits are grown in plenty.
In the way of public improvements
are many miles of fine shell roads, an
excellent high school, electric lights,
a system of waterworks that is owned
and 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 (Northeni and Southern), Pres-
byterians, Christians and Catholics,
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
The graded school offers a ten!
years' course, and the building which
it occupies is newly furnished.
throughout, and is one of the most
commodious and best equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DeLand
is made by automobile in a little
over an hour, and there are many
pretty drives in the vicinity of the
county site. A good road leads to
DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic
spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
bubble from the earth every minute.
From DeLand automobiles go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
marl roads; the St. Johns is crossed by
ferry near Osteen and cars can then
continue to Sanford and Orlando by
hard road. There is a shell road
from DeLand to Orange City, five
miles, and a good road from DeLand
to Lake Helen, a like distance.


BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO.


UNIYOISITY




.w a ".V
struoubWL
but nont-bra
Tecking.
For taftrmasbm,
addrhus;
ITflinol;m H.Ufly
bt.I.. Litt. D,.
LL. D.
Prs-wlde,k-t


BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
Munufactur.rs of
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
Age*nts:
MAsury's Paints
Parold Roofing
Whit-hall ('emeat
lITior:ido Plaster
CG'orgian'Clty Brtck
Bond bhind Brick
D)rI.ANP, rLA.


ALLEN'S
N,'xt to Poutoffic*
DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS
'.ILANIi, FLA.


A. HI. WOODALL
The
Leading
GROCER
DRLAND, FLA.

J. A.
ERICKSON
& Co.
Largest Stock of
Pianos, Organs ar
Sewing Machines
South of Jac'onvUtol
DuLAND. FLA.

Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Shopl
sUOrr HODOKINi
Proprietor
DELAND, FLA.
Manufacturer of
Buggtos and Surrmy


SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSURANCE
AGENCY
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M. L M. Sprague and Mrs. S.
ML BRndey, of Lynn, Mass., friends
-M Isabella Stimpson, are at Mil-
S Lodge.

Mr. W. P. Bloom, of Columbus, 0.
wV bar been In Ormond since Jan.
mw flrLt leaves next Wednesday


u ORMND -M 3O ND
RD- Jgo


TOLD IN INTERESTN


Dr. Carl E. Bowman, Frank L. Bar-
nett and Samuel Pratt, prominent cit-
IxeSf of Alden, N. Y., called on the
Abbotts Wednesday. These men spent
a night at Hotel Ormond.

*The Ladies of Ormond are invited
to call at L. Hobbs' Art Shop, and
see the latest new designs in shirt
waists and Irish crochet laces. Mag-
nolia avenue, 3d store from postoffice
Daytona.


I; te Pam, Beach.
.e SHERBERT W. PACKARD,
S ]Mt. and Mrs. Charles P. Rignell, of After a lingering and painful illness
or,-.Y.-aestppn a few
ort, N. Y.. are stopping a f Herbert W. Packard passed quietly
4 Way t Rose Villa. They are friends
S- ... --bt away last Tuesday morning. Mr. Pack-
S- Ct D. Abbott. M
ard was born in Brocton, Mass., six-
Mrs. Cornella Scott and her daugh- ty three years ago last December.
tWr Miss Mary. who have been He was the second son of a family of
S. month at Rost Villa, leave today six Of these only two survive, Chas.
.for their home at Sandwich, Ill.. F. Packard, of Marion, Mass., and
k Mrs. Carrie Pitts, of Ormond. Most
A number of unregistered books ju Mr. Packard's life was spent in
b ave been returned to the V. I. A. rockton.- For a few years he lived
i~l Wst ForidNatr fwhyearse livedna-
i library, but the library committee re- ii \est ridge'ater, where he mar-
r over forty books yet missing. nied Miss Clara Edson. They had
Soone child, who died in infancy.
: Be on hand at the costume party! Mrs 'ackard died two years ago
2 Sat eight sharp, next Friday night to l:st May. and since that time Mr.
e the grand march. There will be ackard has had no home of his own
*t four-piece orchestra for the occa- Two years ago he joined one of the
i Nn Methodist Episcopal Churches of
Brockton, holding that membership at
*WANTEID-Woman to act as gov- the time of his death.
ses to two children, age eleven an After Mrs. Pitts completed her beau
fte*, for two hours each morning. Ap- tiful house in Ormond she invited
W to Mrs. G. C. Phipps, Ormond her brother to be with her and he hs
- tte. Ormond. tf been in Ormond since a year ago last
I*


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G PARAGRAPHS.


October. About four weeks ago, while
at work on the east side of the riv-
er. Mr. Packard began to suffer se-
vere pains Soon they grew so bad
ae returned to his sister's home for
care. But he grew rapidly worse and
eight weeks ago was taken down to
Dr. Bohannons 'hospital. There und r
careful nursing Mr. Packard made a
strong fight for life. Twice he was
under the surgeo;:s 'knife. But the'
case was hopeless. Tuesday morning
after two days unconsciousness he
passed quietly away.
There was a brief funeral service
Wednesday afternoon with the few
friends who could go to Daytona. it
was held at the undertaking rooms
of Bingham &Maley. Rev. George
L. Waldron officiated. The body was
then put in charge of the express
company and has been taken to WVest
Bridgewater, Mass., to be placed be-
side the remains of h:s wife. So
died a quiet but coura -ous in i of
faith.

SALE FOR ST. JAMES CHURCH.


The Valentine Tea and Sale in *
aid of St. James Church, Ormond
I.ach, was given at the hotel on
l'useday and realized a neat sum for
the church. Beautiful decorations
of palms, bamboo and magnolia, with
flowers scattered about, transformed
the south end of the hotel rotunda
and tables were set for the sale of
fancy articles, valentine flowers and
fruit and candy. At the other end


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Eatery as ueconld-claas na
dymber 1, W st pos t I
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of the rotunda were tables decorated
with ferns and flowers and silver can-
dlesticks where tea and lemonade
were sold later on.
The following ladies were in charge
of the affair: Valentines-Mrs. H. C.
Irons, Mrs. Israel Putnam, Mrs. J.
Dumont, Mrs. S. R. Kaufman. Fancy
table-Mrs. George Shiras, Mrs. Earl
Gillespie, Miss Besson. Candy-Mrs.
Albert Goodrich and Mrs. J. W. Scud-
der. Flowers and fruit-Mrs. George
Duncan, Mrs. J. Blake White and Mrs
H. Huntington. Chinese booth-Mrs..
Stilwell and Mrs. Cammann. This
last table was covered with packages
of "laundry" for which children dress-
ed as Chinese sold tickets and inci-
dentally it may be remarked that
they did a fine business. The tea
table was in charge of Mrs. P. T.
Carr, Miss Riley and Miss Glenn.
Miss Gillispie and Miss Shiras pre-
sided over the raffling of an evening
cloak and hat which had been for
some days displayed in the window of,
Madame Moghabghab's shop, with the1
label to the effect that they would
be disposed of for the benefit of. the
sale. A good sum was realized in
this way. The fortunate ladies were
Mrs. M. A. Pettibone, who got the
t'at, and Mrs. McCrea. who won the
,loak. The whole affair was not only
charming but very successful 'finan-
cially.


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Answered.
Village Minister to crofter's wlfe)-
Well, Kirstie, bow's your husband to-
day? Kirstie-Ue's just like yersel'.
He has plenty to dae. but he winna
dae tt.-London Answers.
His Affliction.
She-Your brother is a writer. isn't
he? He-Yes. She-What does he
write for? He-Goodness only knows.
I guess It's a disease.-Judge.


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K~l mp Ij by white Northern help,
.of dw t haekb in the North, and white
wi ti boee. The table will be supplied
6Wnt of te Imonm, cooked and served by the
1 VaitSehtes obtainable.
IK Npoqfieor Puespect House, Shelter Island, N. Y.


PRINCE GEORGE
-By ad & Holroyd, Proprietors
DAYTONA, FLORIDA
rged and improvedd Since Last Season.
motiful Grounds---Located on River Front


Concert Twice Daily


Iment as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park, N. J.

mtitation leaves Prince George dock for
very Tuesday morning at 8:00 o'clock.


E HAMILTON


New.and First-Class.


DAYTONA,


- FLORIDA.


Electric Lights


Electric Bel


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Rooms with or without Baths.


L M1 MABBkfT',.


Prop's and Mgrs.


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THE


PINES


B highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
A:omodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
Slights, furnace heat, private bath. New and
dodments. MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.


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SEASIDE INN
SAND FURNISHED COTTAGES
,pd = Homelike and Comfortable. Directly
. Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and
HORACE F. STEWART
KMA BEACH, FLORIDA.


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UPS eb $ .( I Iid $4.4 lo ~t 1, ( J: :4. v.
Open November to May.
Wni. W. FOLTZ. Proprietor.


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ble b OakThe ~taiktemOIL i&SS^

Tbe .ual weekly camd party wbll es l eutftfat for a *eg.r
be ejaored at The ERdgewood (omlhL f m W tw loiwy wi the
1 V*to r 1,"Wbut a lot Of people wft
Mr. And Mrs. J. Warner, of the MUt c aad o M aregs 1 tiltty If
Mahata Opera Compan are guesta "IMta Kbg Cbmm was d m and I
at T=e Hamilton wa lat t a certcate to fjle
at The Hamilthe bo of halth 1 boulM tdk
-&-- --- "I molre pat than 1 ahal for that
Mr. and Mrs. Lovejoy were up bmfly tlt has h1t a dof. His age
from New Smyrna yesterday and had and the date of death will be Trecorded,
hnchPon at The Ridgewood. and the dbm*m that carried him off
will be Iemmrbd i ndeItil. Of eoa.
the owners of valuable animals are
The guests of The Ridgewood, or- most Uke to ask for death certl-
ganised by Mr. Lees, of Philadelphia, cates@ but very often the p eo If
enjoyed Thursday evening's enter- an Ugly little cur that a crept Into
tainment at the Crystal Theater. his aeetloa wants one too.--New
York Son.


Yesterday's arrivals at The Des-
pland include: W. F. Pottella, Atlan-
ta; H. Goodman, Jr., M. Loeffer, J.
Klenslaher, Fred Saul, Mrs. R. B.
Tisdale, Miss Halsey, Miss Brown,
New York; Miss Klint Cunningham,
Miss Olerig J. Nelson, Frankfort,
Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. M. Greif, Mrs. Nel-
son Gutma, Miss Lillian Greif, Bal-
timore.
t
Recent arrivals at The Austin are:
W. C. Westfall and wife, Newark, N.
J.; J. E. Mendenhall and wife, Far-
king, Neb.; Mrs. Ida A. Weatheson,
Miss Bssie Connelly, Hiolyoke, Mass.;
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. WV. Rice, Mt. Ver-
r.on; Mrs. R. Sheahar, Mrs. M. E.!
Fuckley, Atlantic City; C. D. Math-
ewson. Bristol, Vt.; F. E. Adams and
wife. Miss F. Ethel Adams, Brooklyn,
N. Y.; Chas. E. Hills, Walter Caslier,
New York.


Yesterday's arrivals at The Ridge-
wood were: S. E. Matter and wife.
I)uluth, Minu.; Mr. and Mrs. WV. G.


Paxton and daughter, tHammond,l Ind.
I. S. Naftzi-r and wil'c, Mrs. J. M.
ilarpr. W ichita. Ka1 .; \V. I. Phil-
lp)s, .lacksonvillt; .1. T. 'arsons and
v. ife, l'it sAilrg; ir. and Mrs. Sav-
age, N. E. tlarbor, Maine; M1r. and
M\is. l.,,vtjo, Nev Smyrna; Ilenry
.I. Furiiia .l Miss E'. ertmha lIrrown,
Miss Beatice ro\vn, .Mtrs. ('has. S.
Mills, Philadelphia; C. (C. \V William.;
and wife. Hoopeston, Ill.; Geo. W.
Ripley, Hartford, Conn.; Phil WValsh,
and wife, Port Arthur; Henry Baker
and wife, St. Joseph, Mich.


*"For Rent," 'Furnished Rooms,"1
'For Hire" and "Table Board" pla-
ards at the Daily News office, tf

WHY SALVES FAIL
TO CURE ECZEMA.
Scientists are now agreed that the
eczema germs are lodged not in the
outer skin or epidermis, but in the
inner skin, hence a penetrating liquid
is required, not an outward salve that!
clogs the pores.
We recommend to all eczema pa-
tients the standard prescription Oil
of Wintergreen as compounded i0
liquid form known as D. D. D. Pres-,
cription. A trial bottle of this D. D.
D. Prescription. at only 25 cents, will


oi
Sol


stattly relieve the itch. We have
Id and recommended thiI, re,"c--Idy
r yea,-s, aind knov. of -Aonder'ful


How to Hit.
With one wtft straight right to the
jaw the little man had knoced the
big, fat bully out completely. Now he
was b.ttng modestly about the mat-
ter.
"I learned bow to hit," he said.
"fom Gentleman Jim Corbett Gen-
tleman Jim claims that in street fight-
ing if you land one clean right you
win. But few men know how to hit
out straight and clean. They swing.
And a swing is no good because it can
so easily be dodged.
"To hit out with the right straight
and swift-this is how Jim taught me
to do it. You step forward with your
left foot toward the enemy. You hit
straight out with your right arm at-
hard as you can. at the same time
shoving your body forward and push-
ing off with the ball of your right foot
as though you were going to shove the
whole earth from under vyu.
"That is how to laud a straight right.
It is easy. and it wins every time."


Why He Gave Nothing.
"I've encountered mtany arni excuse
for 'sidestepping' the collection basket
in church,." remarked a jerseyy conm-
muter. "but the prize excuse came to
mue last Sunday out in our town. Next
to ine in church sat an :acquaintlieL'
who had taken out a dollar bill. but
when he saw the collector was a slub-
stitute for the regular brother lie put
the money back in his pocket. 1 taxed


Shim with it good naturedly on the
way out. and he was very frank.
"'You needn't publish it.' said he.
'but I know that man pretty well.
Now, I happen to owe him $5. and
he's dunning me unnecessarily for it.
I know him so well that I know if 1
.put that dollar bill In the basket he'd
find a way to abstract it and pocket it
as part of what I owe him. And he'd
really feel he was justitled too. That's


toe way he's Duilt, aon't you see. "'-
New York Globe.
Religion In Holland.
The following incident was told me
by Lecky in suomnewhat whimsical Illus-
tration of his belief that if religion
were to die out of all other European
nations it would still survive in liol-
land: A Dutch peasant was tu sole,
straits about the impossibility of muak
nlag his hens observe Sunday. Ile came
to his pastor with a present of egs
1ie regretted, he said, that he could
not prevent his hens from laying these
on the Sabbath. but he made what
amends he could by giving them, t,
God's minister that they miniht 1.,
handed over to the poor and i'!t')
"Old and (hld Me!lorit-.'"
Her Sad Fir 'h.
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Alomids, new crep -.. .. .. 1b. .260
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Floria PPen .. ... .. .. .. 00c0
ShIelled Almondt, .. .... .. .. .. *
Seeded Ralisins.. A.13 Ib., 2 for 250
Currants ...... 13c Ibv 2 for 25c
Aprioots, evaporated .... ... 18C
Peache, evaporated ........* 15C
Pears, evaporated .......... 20c
Oranges, per dozen, ...... ... t
GraFeruit, each ... .. .. ... 5c
Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions,
Turnips, Beets,Parsley, Mint,
Carrots, .......... all 5c bunt
Pineapples .... .. 10 and 15c each
Cranberries .... 13c qt, 2 for 25c


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INDIA and CEYLON
FORMOSA OOLONG
MIXED.


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InHafl Pints, Pints and Quarts.


If you're a lover of fine Teas you'll
enjoy the delicate and refined fra.
grance of these 4licious Teas.


PUT UP IN PACKAGES SO AS
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taeedafor e frong nstay. A ofw M a'
Mrs.M. Joy.e Joined- the party.-
Mr. and Mrs. AJ. B. Dumont, of
Plainfield, N. J., have oome to Or-
mond for the season. It is their.first
Visit. They are friends of Mre. and-
Mrs. H. C. Irons who have Tallah-
loko0 cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wooltson, of
Toledo. Ohio, who have visited Ofr
mond In former seasons, are bamk fort
stay of some length.r o Moi
Mrs C. A. Busiel of New Hfamp-
shire, and Mrs. Wilson Smith, ofa
Philadelphia, are making a six weeks

stay.
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aMr. and Mrs J. F. Hathawayof
Boaton, are at the Ormond for the
season and have their own automobile
They have spent several seasons here
Mr. aofd J. Rayner Edmunds, of Cam-
bridge, Mass., awell known here, has o
returned for a meaon the's stay. Mr.t
iRayner is professor of astronomy in
ofrs.hotn. .Inswohv al-


HaMr. and MUniversity. m Woo,
Elias Thomas is another regular
Patoe of Ormond who has re visiturned
for the se season. Mr. Thomas e comes
back forf momelngth.ti er

from Portland, Maine, a city which
sends a good many visitors to Ormon
yparly.
Mr. and Mrs Charles D. North with o
Miss Kathryn and Master Knight, of
New Yorkt are at the Ormond for the
w inter. Mr. and Mrs. North are fond
of shooting.
Mr. and Mrs. Thom ver asWood,-nser
Bryn, MawrS, with Miss Wood and the
Ishar~stay, E..Aani. by MWr. Muvited





armnd Start sesouaddad.cm
Mr.r.e.d for a months isaS. Mra
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paork, motOreod dwh fom h 'soreturned


for a st ofthe season. as comes
shm ortland Joined yhshsan citnwic

dassghter.nadMserKiho
geon Yofrk. Louis athas ormen for ah
shanter stay acopniedb Mrs. OrMur od

and Start Mudd.Tom W da
+Brs. \w. E.iThopo, Miss Woodanthe
Thi~sses R and L.- l-. Wood., ) visted

borok, Pooednyvna do as rom e d~(kownvl
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this '\ ut-ck (onthe' charge of ~.t
gro~ig utit (4ii s atteuipit to
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time Be fell aa wo.
About four houm tnd to UA4i or


whom he ad been "t tg his wilt"
awoke with a impr cw that he
bad beard a curioua od. She elt
nervous and uneasy and thoogkt that
If she went downstats and took a
drink of soda water I might have a
quieting effect.
Oomaing back, tse wau atoundad to
see the form of Mr. Godfrey -tAsdOltg
on the staircase. He remained stand-
lug there for three or four second
while she stared at him in borrified
amazement. Then aa It approached
the staircase be disappeared.


Right or Wrong!
Professed politicians who have re-
duced offlceholdiug to an exact science
find the independent voter a sad stum-
bling block, a fact which is amusing-
ly disclosed by a story found in the
life of the late George Monro Grant.
the eminent Canadian educator and
clergyman.
Toward the end of Sir John Macdon-
ald's life he and Principal Grant. then
the head of Queen's college, met at
dinner at the house of the premier's
brother-in-law, Professor Williamson.
"How I wish," the premier said to
the principal, "that you would be a
steady friend of mine."
"My dear Sir John," the principal
replied. "I have always supported you
Wj you were tightt"
The premier's eyes twinkled, and he
laid his hand upon the shoulder of the
principal.
"My dear man." said he. "1I have no
use for that species of friendship."

Spoiled the Trick.
A New York official who had gone
through a political campaign, speaking
of trickiness, said: "The tricky man
usually winds up by being too tricky,
like Brown.
"Brown, who lives in Fifth avenue.
suspected his English butler of drink-
ing his wine. So one night be drugged
a couple of bottles of four or five dol-
lar Chateau Yquem and left them i:in
the dining room.
'Unfortunately that night lBrownI's
wife returned late troit te' *,pera.
She sawv the rare vwite :tnd hadl It pl:t
down in the wine cdfl:>r ;al',,i with I L.
twelve dozeii otict'r o.-tt, f < .t ( :itt<,i
Yque in that lIro ',, ii I l, 1. ,l it'.

one-,,. + ,
on lt.r. s t'.- t,. t ..4 .
teal Y (il iii. i ,i Il, 1 *l1 ',*lI "'lt:t I:
wlhw 'le sttici- if it i- I,,r* ,:tt' ,. a. iv,
sonabie prit l II.


Trutti and Fictic~n
At the 1Limis ('1111) t' !J Liht i\cret':
numbler o*f Ilit era ry juL1:I.-; (d ifllwi
gut tb4. Nv~lui olu Som e one :t.IN elit tor'Illico
to the bromidlioml:
4A f ter all,. gent itni-,I i, t II'! 11i
stranger than flti~tol."
"Perhaps it is," said Wiltuiu Lack-
aye, with a sly glanhce it an Indiana
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whicb we hbev am absoWpwerlelbut .aeVymd m r ewwy Mrarub.
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Capital .
Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders Liability


S$100,000.00
50,000.00
O 100,000.00

Total, $250,000.00


$250.000. That amount stands between your deposit nI
any possible loss.
We repeat: This bank wants your business.


Merchants Bank


(Branch of Vobua Conty Bank)


A. D. McBRIDE, Pridet
J. B. CONRAD Vi-Prit
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High Class Wines and
LIQUORS

0 Write [or Price List to the
oldest and largest house in
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I MOTION PICTURES

@WZvuy Day at 3:00 p. m.

PROGRAM

The Wache Cavern
(S5* LooMd Fou)
SCdre l o Tea i Japan
(m..P P-td)
fModSawes o a Pair of
*Tomwse


Mwy Stear
(FoR R.Le&sm Pained)


THOSE. W. LANE
S ia mnd Monologue

ILLUSTRATED SONG

UOC BY WOODS' ORCHESTRA

I -e-r-wma by a mdm they*
b,. b passed pon by the New
Tak PdF 3sr Beare


Seats on Sale at H2-kin-'
Drug Store.


Dance every Tuesday night.




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


A .. **Middleton, good sign painter.


Miss Mary Stones came up from
New Smyrna by train yesterday after-
SLOOn.I

**FOR EXCHANGE-2 good lots fcd
automobile. Address Box 402 11-6t

Jacob Eapedahl made a business,
trip to Dupont yesterday afternoon
returning by the night train.


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

J. W. Ball was called to Jackson-
ville yesterday afternoon by business
He expected to rettirn today.


*Board in private family for a few
refined adults, select table, choice lo-


Miss Ella Jane Black, of Chicago,
is visiting Miss Lurene Hull, at the ;
residence of Mr. and Mrs. WV. B.


Reed, Daytona Beach.


**LOST-Since Tuesday,
mink-lined cape. Leave
Morgan and receive reward.

Prof. J. L. Wright was
from his school work with


attack of
class was


I: vw t* t n T Wt AcMM
^ 2:46 Udw; t:M8 omarw.

THE WEATHIEH..
SFor am rn Moers: Pair tonioht
and 9WSNdy; r'*nigp eI
- .In neotlevvt potlen Prost I north
and central portenS t tOUht; ,o8-
rat northwest winds.

W. H. Wright has had a cement
walk constructed in front of his prop-
ertY on Magnolia avenue,. Hough &
Bond doing the work.


Edw. McCready, who accompanied
his grandmother to Jacksonville, re-
turned to the city Friday afternoon,
and Joined his family at The Magnoliai

C. R. Wright, vwho has been visiting
his father, Prof. J. L. Wright, left
this morning on his return to Pitts-
burg.

Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. White were
Jacksonville visitors yesterday, Icok-
ing up furnishings for their hand-
some new bungalow on South Beach
street.


* Rev. H. H. Mallinson will take for
his theme at the 11:00 o'clock ser-
vice, Sunday, "The Ineffaceable Rec-
ord:" and for the evening sermon,
"The Peerless Man."

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

Mrs. Charles E. Gardiner enter-
tained the local chapter D. A. R.,
this afternoon, at her home on North
D* nnh o traz, ill 1U1mnrU n-fl T A-.iL-n 'Wio.


Di ,ac.ll 0tr te ill in u L u i jL m I tJI M. I ,,:
Birthday.

Mrs. Geo. K. Boak and Misses P.
\\'iges and 1. Schroeder, wVho have
been spending a few weeks at The
Magnolia, left this morning for St.
Augustine.

Mrs. W. E. Hull and daughter, Lu-
rene, recently returned from Dune-
din, and will spend the balance of the
winter with Mrs. Hull's brother, W.
B. Reed and family, at Daytona
Beach.


A. M. Harrison, who
up both in the early A.


and various other old
a ladies threatened with more
at Hotel r
also the recipient of a


detained
a severe,


pleurisy Friday, and
dismissed for the day.


DON'T FORGET -
Saturday Candy at Young's Phar-
macy at 29cts. a pound. 28-2t


SMr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Reed, who
have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
WV. B. Reed, at Daytona Beach, leave
SSunday morning on their return to
SOmaha, Ne)b.

f *(;iE:A.T tBAtRGAINS-N\"\- spr1-ig
.!,,i.K!,'> i;; :,l(o;',. i ]:.:;ie ('(".i c ia nd
t- t;,';:ii ;!t III, N odlt.Taft Silop,


has been held
M., late P. M.


hours, is now
trouble, being
Black-Hand let-


ter. mis is too complicated an
epistle to reproduce-Ask him to show
it to you.


his *The Royal Hungarian Orchestra
wi be at the Baptist Church, Monday
night, February 14th.


Richard Jones, colored, died at
Midway at 9:00 o'clock last night.
He was hard-working and well liked,
as representing the better class of


W bw s that coesnlow

imi icet .the ~lewalswv
them bdu V
4--ha-I lp Hmm Oka OutJof
-. t-Woe 'hew Lpool s t19 3
min*t.; they anatmumstwettic W".b
"Ouzt u~LAbmINthS WO kDOwW tb
eertaiftty. b*SeMahthbeir arrVal PTO-
dam -no -'ursloansofrmoKouu


among te plants of the solar system.
while tbW lbeIombte lawn of ncWhan-
'Sal science tell us that a marive
comet must surely disturb the uunl
orderly planetary orbits. A cowmet
might. Indeed, strike the eurth, though
such a collision Is most lmprolmblle.
But vreu If It should ever occur ih"
visible effects would probably be tmo
greater than those produced ovURasionl
ally by meteorites, or "-railing stars.'
The other possible danger from i th
comet, the chance of suffotKation from
gases In the tall. Is also negatived Ib)
actual observation, for it Is alollst ver
tain that our earth did oice prss
through a comet's ta ill. and no oIne 1140
tHiced It at the tlie. Only tnhe suitse
quent calculations of astruonouer'
brought outn the fact that the 'otiletar.%
orbit and that of the eal11' really 1la1
a common point of initersectl'ou H Ul
that both bodies occupied that point a?
the same time.-New York American.


Doubtful Praise.
A fullback iu a football team once
had the misfortune to put the ball
through bhis owu goal. This regretta-
ble error lost his side the game. dud
he suffered agonies of self reproach
onD the long journey home.
*TI'm no more use than a chocolate
footballer." he said to bis sweetheart.
who had traveled many miles to see
him play. "*A slip of a boy from school
would have shaped better thaei I (lid."
"Now. George. 1 won't let you say
such horrid things about yourself"
declared his loyal sweetheart. "Yofu've
no idea how popular yi;u are. I heard
a gentleman praising you tip to the>
skies this afternoon."
-Never!" emphatically exclainmied the
Incredulous player.
"Oh. but it's quite true'" she said
proudly. "tie said yoUd hroiirht his
club the best bit of luc(k they'd had fior
ages. and he heartily wl.hhId yonu were
playing against them in every match."
-Exclihange.

Melodrama to Suit the Locality.
In New York.-MSlarry me and give
me those papers and you will receive
$500.000 In cash. Refuse and I'll toss
you from the Brooklyn bridge:
In Wilkesbarre. l'a.-And you will
receive seventy acres of richest an-
thracite coal. Refuse and you go iute
a coal breaker:'. Choose!
In Denver.-And you will receive
7,000 shares of Umpste gold mining
stock, worth umpste dollars a share.
Refuse and you will be e-r-r-rushed In
a stamp mill to p-o-o-wder! Choose!
In Memphis. Tenn.-And you will re-
ceive 10.000 bales of finest cotton. Re-
fuse and you go Into the cotton gin:
Choose:
In North Carolina.-And you will re-
ceive 18000 barrels of turpentine. Re-
fuse and you shall be boiled In resuin:
p.hoose!-Puwk
nomeSUuB E u E uai m mnamna malm.


tiU' tJO i n Ue ciUI at-u LLL tl. ...-~----------w-- ww-
lie has been in charge of the Christy 1 1
place on North Ridgewood for a 4 0 EF R i
number of years. C me

This afternoon Pinafore is being HAND ....
presented and tonight tht_ Manhattan D 0
Opera Company will clos, the engage- DECORATED
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Our Sixth Shipemi oA


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{ 10^A TCSOUTHWARD BOUU
BOATS soi.... at
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Five Hundred Feet of Free Dock. Free Water, o-4U
Groceries at City Prices, Launmh Supples. WE C
STOP OVER and ENJOT the FISHi o. i we W e r(amJl
INDIAN RIVER C'OlMW
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T I..^ ,,, J "oth lurnlsheO corn-
Two Cottages p ;eteiy; sltat rd at
the corner of Orange and Palmetto avenues
-one of the most desirable corners in Day-
tona; one cottage 7 rooms, the other 6; barth
nnd niall other conveniences. Price 6.0W0 for
loth and a snap at that. If you are Inter-
ested and desire to look at the property, call
on or address. C. M. Bingham, "Ity; or
Bingham a Thompson. Agents.


FOR SALE OR RENT-8-room, modeD
cottages, furnished; vacant lots for sale
on Ridgewood Ave. J. G. BROWN,
113 South Ridgewood Avenue


FOR SALE.
Dwelling, corr.er of Palmetto and


Live Oak.


All conveniences. A


bargain.
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INSURANCE COMPANY (Inc.)


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Manhattan Opera Co.


Will present


THE STANDARD COMIC OPERA


"MARITANA"


Saturday Matinee
"PINAFORE"


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