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~~V'~' IL CLAXiC,
D& C, DeW.AX
m I TII.
k tkB road arvVI^R vvani aug11
a IS NO MORE.
sO.DIED IN NEW YORK LAST WED-
am, u NESDAY LEFT DAYTONA TWO
Iq tr dy. WEEKS AGO LAST SATURDAY
it1 a col- "Big Al" Russell, known as the
60i rUP Bowery King, died in New York last
p led1 Wednesday. Russell spent some time
1 tor in IDytona, accompanied by a physi-
at white clan, and left here only two weeks
Sdottklc g4o last Saturday. While here he was
hi a guest of the Prince George, and,
although a sick man at the time his
death was not expected so soon. He
V made up his mind to return to New
Ima, York and during the trip contracted
Sarm- a cold which hastened his death.
?4S lach- Russell, whose real name was Al-
*16 how bert, started his career as a bootblack
th but gradually climbed upward until
She became a power in New York
l- Mt politics. He was a philanthropist of
Sla the considerable note and a friend of the
e men homeless and unfortunate.
ALm WMURKIERE Of A61D
WOMAN ON TRIAL FOR LIFE.
I To the Pubic:
We command every m woman and child to trade ------
with us. If you disregard this you will bring upon your- MRS. GOALLi
self a loss. I
Gruber-Morris Harv-ware Company
"if you don't trade with O Poth lose money."
BLACK*HAND An9 OTHER
By C. G. BURGOYNE
At the request of the Daily News Commodore Burgoyne gives his
views of the Black Hand letter, and, incidentally, of anonymous letters
I think the Black Hand letter was
not a hoax. The writer, as the ear-
marks of the communication indi-
cate, is anything but a foreigner.
that is not printable. This letter
not written by a black hand.
hand is distinctly feminine.
Here it is:
The composition, barring tne capit- Daytona, Fla., June 13, 1f)05.
alization and punctuation, is the pro- C. G. Burgoyne, Waldorf-Astoria, New
duct of a fairly intelligent American. York:
Consequently, I conclude his object "Well, brute, you had better stay
was to recoup his fortunes by ter- away, as all Daytona hate you. You
rorizing the writer. I attribute his have let your vile temper rage so
failure to the publicity the daily
failure to the publicity the 1)a ilyoften that people are tired, and be-
News gave his letter. cause you have a little money, don't
After all, it is, perhaps, for the think you can do as you like. High-
best that Daytona's first "scare" minded people are not influenced by
was tried on a man who is not al- money, and they hate a baby like you
together a stranger to mthhe, .1re ttfwta*W ys eating crow. Peo-
of people who deal in "black hand." I pie accept, at least some do, your
refer to the anonymous correspond- hospitality, if such one could term it.
ent. It seems to me that if public- But I think it beggars descrAption.
^ 1 -_ 1 1^,1 r "j1 tpr r .1 --. __zo -0
iByes- ity win marie a UtCD B uau A, -, m mTat wile or yours
re-i LETTER WRITTEN ON CRUMPLED fall flat, it will make an anonymous ,loks and acts like a washerwoman.
the letter writer feel like a Joke to know She thinks she is stylish but sle
him to! PAPER THE STRONGEST EVI- that the recipient is hurt so badly looks like a freak. 4 I needn't o
a" leftI DENCE AGAINST CLINTON ST. that hlie is willing to share his hurt in detail. You know where you be-
S-Angus.I with the whole world. long. You helped to steal money from
Iin CLAIR. It is borne in upon me that the the auto club. The town is alive
Sie- ROCKFORD, l., Feb. i -The case "veiled" correspondent has been a yet with rage over your actions with
I c f Clinton St. Clair charged with the feature of this locality for many Mr. Steck. His old sock is tco good
i u tomurder of Mrs. Mary E. Mcntosh, .years. Several persons admit receiv- for you to st(p on. We all know it
m ytoa was called for trial today. Mrs. M- ing such letters, but decline to share was a jealous rage that prompted
k4c C OM-!Intosh, an aged recluse was found their contents with their friends, you to be an ass. You found some
e ot murdered in the little ottage whereWith me it is different. I feel very one who could go far beyond you
she lived alone on the morning of liberally disposed towards my neigh--you couldn't stand it any longer.
I 0 mt re- Jan. 21, last. Her body was terribly bors, and am always willing to share Your old boathouse will be dynamited
SVOus muti late. The woman was reputed to my literary "treasures." to your surprise as well as your
sbbedbe rich and robbery is supposed to As it is not unlikely that some of house, and that homely wife of yours
bodyhadhave furnished the motive for the our citizens have never read an anon- w-ill go too. Stay away until a
Sbody had crime ymous letter, and. that I may proper- year or two and let things settle dow
ke- tha On the day after the murder the ly impress "Antonia Zuzza" and "On,- No one misses you and it is a blessed
m discov- police found a letter addressed by Who Knows,- and others of like ilk ie:ief. You are dubbed brute by
WI gave the rpoliceofouandayougtardaadressednby
SteClinton St. Clair to a friend in Stillp&- with the fact that they are barkng old and young, and a. boer and a
S Clinton St. Clair to a friend in Still fvI-n 11e, -bull in a china shol)." You are a
S ot man Valley. The letter was written up the wrong tree by favoring me ull in a china sho You are a
i of a country ehich was with their efforts, as well as to dandy (?) ONE WHO KNOWS
t over eigh-cogniz ed as having come from Mrs. regale your radrs, I repro.c a The foregoing is in about the usual
recognized as having come from Mrs.
i ws bouht 104orN~icliI e,-ivo narl fi!'vle of anonymous letters. Thxy.
I brought McIntosh's home. St. Clir at first htr which I r';ivd nearly fi'e aii
wo by win- aeteds inocece ,u v->ars ae. 1 ws in New York at t.ne lke black-hand letters,. are liarin-
atI by-i in \cvwokint-~e
~e ho ookasserted his innocence, lout when con-
rtosato k Ie:ted itn 1 hle !!t -tah' letter h, itil'- l'h(, s:ars eliNlinate langua,.,. (Continued on four I p- '
ir stled witil tiie' ill-taI t1 lethat h ( h
kBdormatory of-ie- th w i : I ... .
MAW hrk_ y ... !killed the woman, ,;:,k: '.- t ^.. .')
PNEUMONIA CAUSE OF DEATH -
REMAINS SHIPPED THIS AF-
TERNOON TO MAINE.
Mrs. Ruth Goodall, wife of Thomas
Goodall, the multi-millionaire plush
manufacturer, died at their winter
home at Daytona Beach early this
morning of pneumonia The remains
were shipped this afternoon to Spring
daily, Maine, for interment. Mrs. Good-
all has been in feeble health for a
number of years but was attacked
about two weeks ago with a cold
which later developed into the dis-
ease which later proved fatal. She
leaves a husband and three sons, aUl
SEVEN BIG ENTRIES ALRKAOW
FOR THE BIGGEST EVENT QF
THE RACING WVRLD.
Within one week after the fi&4
anrtouncentenc that 'in. DaIyr
Beach automobile speed camltl
would be held on the 22, 23 and M
of March, entries of seven famom
cars have been assured and the for-
mal entries will be made as soon m
the official blanks are off the preomb
Thus a greater number of ragl
racing cars are already guaranteed
for the coming meet than were actu-
ally here during last spring's races.
Barney Oldfield and his 200-ho-se po'r-
er Hemmery Benz, which travAMI
faster on the
track than did Mawjott with hM
steamer over our sands in 190
heads the list, of course, but a for-
midable array of cars to be driven
by favorites in the space annihlat-
ing sphere follows. David Bruge
Brown will drive the same 120 BeBo
with which he swept the boards last
year, and Ben Kerscher, who was
mrechanie for lrnwn. will nilnt the
of whom are interested in their fath- Darracq. with which Hemmery won
er's large manufacturing business at the Vanderbilt Cup race, and which
Sanford, Maine. was afterwards driven on the Day-
tona Beach by Samuel B. Stevens, of
*Sewing machines for rent by week Rome, N. Y., millianaire sportsman.
Smooth at Singer Sewing MachiIe lrsiier has been making racing hia-
ont at Si ge Sewin Al ch r _, _tory with the fast Darracq, during
Co.'s store 107 N. Beach St. m&s-tf tory with the fast Darracq, dur,
i the latter part of the season and a
Week ago, in New Orleans, defeate4
RS.RT JRalph De PalIma and his famm
ROLJFiat in a ten-mile race.
HP H D I AFIEAniiie Stoecker, a noted German
IK nHUSBANDU IN AFRICA. pilot, will handle the 60-horse' pow-
.r !renz, whi(h is supposed to be a
WILL SAIL TOMORROW FROM i,,.arvel of speed in the stock car
(lasses. Fr, d Shaw, or another drivT
NEW YORK ON THE HAMBURG er will be at the wheels of two Kn
FOR HER LONG JOURNEY. cars, one of them the six cylinder
with which Oldfield won four race
NEW YORK, Feb. 14-All prepara- at the New Orleans races in th
tions having been completed for the stock car events. The other KaO
departure tomorrow on the Hamburg- will be a four cylinder, known as the
American liner "Hamburg," of Mrs. "Giant."
Theodore Roosevelt, who will sail for The seventh car is a four cylldr
Naples, to join her husband in Afri- Pope-Hartford which E. H. Hotchkn
ca after his return from his hunting i brought here for the purpose of show-
expedition. The Hamburg is the same ing the aspirants for stock speed hoa-
steamer on which ex-President Roose-, ors a thing or two.
velt and his oldest son, Kermit, sail-
ed on March 23 of last year, on their
way to upper Egypt.
According to reports received from
East Africa lately, ex-President Roose-
velt will arrive at Whartoum, the
capital of the Egyptian Soudan. on
March 15, from Gondokoro by thl(
monthly government steamboat. The
journey down the river from Gondo-
loro to Whartoum takes eleven days.
A.\fter remaining two or thr-ee day s at.
ti;;- hotel in Vhartounim, wh:e- rc rwill
nilft t Mrs. Ro seve'.t, Mr. lIoo-ev,,!t
\, ill travel Kacro(ss the l.s.:r, thilrty-
x \ i' S [v Si 'l):l'n ':' '. .
The newspapers from the Atlantic
i !he Pa;.1-jc ha car-ied a rgi
amo.;,i( i tc-M ( :.tplh.ic r .'v iatto
.bo, tl e tOf:iig m ni* t. as a result
of the Associated Press story which
went to one thousand papers through-
out the country a week ago. AD
over the world, wherever the automo-
bile is in use, the Daytona Beach
meets have always been looked upon
as the speed classic of each season,
and it i- only the fact that the two
cars which are looked on as being
rfast ioiiLgh ro break Marriott's rec-
In ',Vfre t",i. (;it o'i !l.e Brook-
'- ., -t
-lot "D O -$. -
IL so me -h
; 1i i npM. th is ide speedway and M te hap-
s gMMM T" E The wo cid, Pellucid Halifax Rivar.-
m m n ....------_ I.... t om d bf off -t e brood @t ot -o
..= ig......... a e v d d aa w a b n
,,,'$b OF W.ereamd think yo is ater with more
or Oaf.t I AN or.. a 't Oume. Go studup=
X~~~~~ RKRGOD. Spicu risque surrotmndfnlr? Neariy a
^^^^i^^-:--_:i- h*ismwde fringed with tropical vee-
Stauo:.. artistic cottages with roomyd
a ~ ~ C TU fm) -- I The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.
~~C allg O Whaere think you is ,rater withmore
GOODSat piett.rmsque surondinr.Li? Nearly a
....... O milen! e x. f.t,'nged with tropic" vege-
.... .... tauo.*. artistic cottages with roomy
M --' verandas looking out upon her bosom.
Sgam. ey ocd fishes in countless num-
*"f^ ^ Guad. : ^G Eber tksMisg, as I: were, to those
S -_ ^^^W ~ *^n. A* 0 it-d and reel: her bosom fleck-
m Lawrpet weaw a
IM MAL STUFF
NE IEAL TMP
TOM OKA RIVER and
-I NEW SMYRNA
I00=O SANm d -EM -mm
tArcool. Fu~sszt. and E1c~iWD- nr
L .ELLEIWO~P. Mr.
L Li OUR CYCLE
H. C Thompwon. Agent
I~rn~stzngeuginemn be se r.at
Nor&h Beach St-. Iaytoua. FIa.
Colutraztr and Bxuldcr
*memeo*" ueu4*ao go* soIi
ied with duck and coot and snowy-
0 winged sea birds, which sit about as
*_ if for the sport of bobbing upon the
- waves; watch that lubberly old
AUTO OWNER ATTWNTION-
W p beeS ob I Sat ree mer
rRbbr. Dsm y! tn wt a
- i.Iawlto Iba Mint of Yalm
lug. W3kf~eWjwk you gel no tfctr
-ed t-o tMe tr*a = "a.
urn.P ?Vl- work Gene am T aTsVL-
OANT.F, OUTIAe AVRNU. VSn. I
FM TI S ar FLODA ROADS
FOUND AT LAST
A place em Beach Street were
yo cm iet Hot Chocolate that's
made r awt d served with Whip.
ped Crei Sc a cap.
T. F. CURTIS & SON
See Dunn Bros.
Aim to ca "i H- Lbs-
16 M m an thte a to do- Ogo
ccParkaaf t a eaM M cty bsec-
seotft& -as witha n lwbat 411M
wona so 90"o as to attract trit
bran an ovarta otiet
And astte a avem Oawe
mnwts that kaook and act Uk a granite.
-when elk between the easateM
and weatem seas are sao many mles
in proportion to Inhabitants? The
pavement question stands with the
street as one of the chief drawing
cards. Till some unheard of
place reports more and better, Day-
tona throws down the gauntlet to the
Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Frut.
Whatever oone's shortco"'nigs 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 9lstende4 pupilst
and pricked ears.
sror every vistor witn a spmare&I900
0 white headed pelican pouch a fat r ere bunny ra a sine .
mullet, anad that fish hawk strggg BUSINESS ANDpt your gift. He will ,t bolt .
In upward with his foundering load he | aeCen A I gr ce wn t- o t
40 atcd w-"m hi ftneri PROFESSIONAL upright and knaw into the meat.
snatched from the water.
.. e tg an~ie, saucy glanees at you'
See the beautiful launches. spick ADVERTISEMENTS furt" saucy lance at
ad span, their hampers and lockers ----- meanwhile... i
a' ,.. ., .___ ., -owers. Usutally fes n 1diebl -
z wth rereshnmen c both solid Wlwr mually!
I ^d ,id ready (.r a cruise upon th I ingthe year round You are. reminded,
1"'3,-dliquidready- for a cru;Ze upon Va I..." ..
bsu-rface. Take o=t your iel Dr. A V Goldsnith's couplet where
~4e Dr. Jno.. A. Van Valz-ah-,-Ph. G. .0
*fo v. Vaizak, *Ph. G. gSmiling spring its earliest visit paid
... .md s-weep l- .' ia i>7--<,i .. ... -4 v,& .. ,i
0:.oc Pr':kAndi stimer*@ Lgrering bloswma
ardle :o Ponce Park I are clayed.
---::r.': LcOte. sthen v whether theN os. Threat, Luins R.n..i --- a ... ... td
...-.-- ix-', a :-b'1 of beau&v and by the ELr-Thwmo-Virtry Me&&. ;In one yard roes of vargated hues ,
*II a1 ^-- c' "" .... ,.,te ode? ^o Bach ,4`."- !c Th- van vaela!h predominate; another household has .
on s Bk h .. ...a-pe-- --- o I Pnchant for the poincetta and the
^! o premises are aflame; another is hid-j
"'The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge-, d ,e .uajngle of tal cane Vaiety,
s md.n in a jungle of ta cane. Variety
wwood. i s the spice of life and here Ia where I
U I&dgewood avenue is upon the crest DR. F. H. HOUGHTON y nd
g *you findit-
, of a broad ridge, straight as the crow The birds flit in. and with their
* flies and the wide-spreading branches U lJ altl~t s noe hel to giv. tnlln
of the heavy-tUnked uve oaks ax- U g offi ceIn Nk Block and symmetry to the picture.
tend their giant arms across the mag-1 P0ONR 2 W- End South Bridge U sf ft"uits, choice citrus ftruIts.
intflcent vista, forming an arch, and j ..... ........ .... .. EDayoa yields the palm to nae for I
,From these extended arms great fes-
rs f ", .......mos gata. the ........ quality and quantity per acre. There
l itoons of Spanish moss sway as the!8 ........... ...... are scores af citru' grove in prox-"1
Strade winds = m the tropic seas OSTEOPATHY -'iaty to te fcit bragche bendng-
9i fa hr ckigsrih bedDJC imity to the city, branches bending!
G far ues r LA.odr.A.g Tr.gt ahedi ,- 1._.,e wto the earth with their burdens of
Sdow- th.s wZ'te shell street one hasU 4p-I yb t Kirk-le. Mor. luaicious golden globes, which for
o a fa -; I h F IE A *- YN IN- PAYT TkA N .
the -p-re-on c- a -fry pat. W. Lk.?-
e.f.sh .r-aperes. 3. as you n-o.e<: *j r Sc Gy an
^ :- c-:- .- ye es ":o .i- u ..u.. ..... @ 1'The Fastest Autos and The Finest
- r:-.i- .--, ::- ': ", e c- s .e" t,-" i*n d:$r- -,
u --- .... -: ...- U E. L. STEWART a,- ,o-. e-r "-: M ,
S1.. ... Physician and Surge c
:..L-L:..: "-' .:h : ---''----- :-,L-- VA---^::sL^ X -a y .. ---4 Hi 'h Frec- c- T :.;.-. "----.- -;- ^ 1" -- : ^-,-- !
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S. -- ---- -
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4- ,~-. .-
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D. D. & C. M1. ROGERS
V *- -
'Lot m an Oka
im Mum man ds
Six Acres oi Park-
age- All Modern
Rates. $100 per
Day and up
L L. SMDICK
KUUMOe -turrm sbwd
All work irmar-
- -- -- .-- -
-.-------~ --- .4
= S.- *
~w ~ces a~ b:~opcmd
ds. Bs:sz! c 3 .s3aad
--c ;e.0 and-
to have mfmta Md i
tow~ Mawt vuygo
For aMe.i Ntur
sur ad ul~Ind1 t
one whom as nAa t
cla of ftwy tw d&
fet nd mma be WOsd
after intiltwohe UNE
athun.smarks thas avmtMg
*eht heounr. n ortk eiK
bE! :each hrasmcdam.
Salthough arth andaira"
coursewhere every eait
aay recod hask baewen vmt
-;** p. ,c
*. 'a. .
-fl4 -r <'- -
A, -7- JT M
*^ 1 -p b flMjr4t^
!JyMlft t lan. thatm tmew n sate
iam" ( l by.
^*p^^tr, Me, Smrn is t-l,
s Mt l sw very dinviti to
ftt pas-seeo. Her
t f twadtb best fishing ndby
mfor e giaeththh grew instate-
fB -a en~trprsing, and all unite
-ing the welcome hand ofby.
DNew Smyrna Us truly
iy to s=a ad Theresre
Mt hav in very inviting toI
-chrc ifv-. for white people
i am --msm. for the e olore
Sebite the beat fishing andllt
la the State of Florida.
Sto-date thrifty, the bu s.
enterprisiany number ofall united
Sthe welcome hto 2,0 andof
-I to meet yoag4 There are- t
&urch "$'fVtI'f for white people
uain N m-nher for the colored a
of the town has can belle
ool, a Lyw ler-m This land hasb
didd upinto-d small farmbusiness whihouses
l me bought at onber ofle prestty
fof the inmast celery growpa in
i t e is raised onse this land. All
Svely s grow inter abundance,
good hotels and boarding
id o s C e of the facomo-
to i yo River o requlgez-bt,
oIiW New Smyrna hais no bonded as fine a
of vegetablnd the tax levy is can blow.
A |0Xnt that no tourist should fail
Stanywtt is the ruins of the Oland Spas-
divided into stand somber andwhich
bae bought at onone and a quarter miles
j-- we~t of New Sm ,a. A good
M od to the place and the trip
- h easily made by an automobile.
Ce in the great pine fiats by the
gi of the finorest, is this place ofwn in
9for the pious;s raised on this rland. All
~1 vgetalesgrow in abundance,
bU oros he hom picnicker. The faruins
Eadian River oiauges.
SW Smyrna has no bonded in-
Scteie, and while therevy is now.
dhm-ti history of their origin, it
A point that nothe Mourist should fails
Visit isby the Frauins nof the Old Span-ys
1 idon which stanerd somber andof
- -about oneand its a quarter mileswhat
of New Sn oiL. It was gooilt
leads to the place and the trip
-be easily made by an automobile.
dina the great pine foats by the
of the forest, into thin splabsce of
for the pious; this ren-
duvins for the picnicker. The ruins
Mt cveeand while theme plaster.no
fl-sOivt gtrdens sm,, ,ordel it,
wkich were enclosed by a stonc
wall, history of which sti gin, it
tn ummally comthe Mission parts
mar by andthe Francisas butin the all of
Sp soon fawles upon them and
the sepatrae to sit alone, silent and
mditqtive" under the arches or th-
oe r the ancient welL
Is situated on the peninsula opposicI
New Smyrna and is connected by a
- ,- .AI ..A... t -I
ima ...a a ana D:Lcvemover 1Lt ucs--:
S3.00 per Day
A House Strictly
First Class in
Dinnert for eotor-
ing Paries a
Rates: $2.00 per
Day and Up
L. Ce. CtISMOL i
S):dc'st stund In towi n
NEW SMYP.NA, FLA.
Moles nnd Warts
R .inov.-d Without
The Best of Evpry-
thing in Our Line
Is the Place
MiS. I. MOELIER
Me Is '. or Trnansients
a Hr!. cl.nlty
ias ; ,1 :
Drop. ap to me at
I'm Just going to
*&&iwr aad fisth ound.
e,t Orangs this
winter. Then. ,.re
some good c-mp
troandta n-ar min.-.
4mue and n:rch your
Ftent on onf- il oin
me on th .. .
L| AWf Ft-, .-
Plea s:int'^ ... *
ouN~r I*"' 1"
ORMON.,. r L.,.
Frank Mason. 11c:,.
Rates: 2.,U ntil .'A,
perdiy; f -2.. to
$'5.0W pt r vw.. k
Speciald Attention to
*VEIbT AWAIDS ATI
P.in- American Ex-
go t ion-Buffalo
w.est India Exposi-
1 DnoSlt Ion. st. Louls
'E. C. TOTMAN
tl:. *t *in ts.o!'
'1 : +.
cj Best Oroxnv
i ., "< c ',t ... ( '"
| f, i ,' ,r i;, -
; "1 ; r 1T,
J 11 'I'*rKI, ()t 3Z'<)N"'..
Becd, Knox and
',!" I' it' ,-',,,' ,c
OR WRITE TO
IF IN ANY WAY
IN PROPERTY IN
He Will Give Your
On HRiver Front
A First Class Mod-
ern House; Rooms
Single or En Suite;
with or without .
Private Bath. Ser-
vice and Cuisine
A. M. WATSON
On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South of Ormond
SORMOND is five miles north of 1
Daytona, located on the western
bank of the Halifax River. The 1o.
cation of the town permits of good
drainage and perfect -sanition; the
elevation is superb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge con-
nects Ormond with Ormond Beach.:
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
The town is very cosmopolitan,
bat an excellent graded school, sev-!
eral churches, a fine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
-omfortable and convenient hotels
nd boarding houses.
0i--uond has many of the Florida
Atti -lions-fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
salubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives,
i At Ormond Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
sister, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
Halifax River, while the latter has as
its outlook the magnificent beach and
the broad Atlantic.
The walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
bors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
rustic seats which are mute invita-
tions to enter into the enjoyment
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-
riage or automobile-long drives and
short drives; drives through groves
of golden oranges; drives through
Sense ti opical forests to Spanish
ruins; drives to the ancient Cause-
way built by the slaves of planters
of long a-o, and drives to the planta-
tions of hospitable settlers, whose
places are replete with the interest
of Southern fruits and flowers.
One of these interesting planta-
t.ons is Number Nine, located on the
peninsula, five miles north of the
I Hotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
orange grove, together with great va-
;riLties of othcr sub-tropical fruits
Five miles further on you come to
Moundgrove, one of the finest orange
% roves in this section of Florida.
Moundrrove is on the headwaters of
he Halifax River and is amid pretty
surrcundings. The place is reached
i-.y a good road [passing Number
Nine] and is a drive all tourists may
IftTTfiPS ANI) ROOM TO LET-
COITT IAGES Frinlh-d; Modern Iim-
~iZ~Nd pro-mnionts; on Rivor
Front or Std,, tr,,,.t -. R,-nts Riusonnbie.
W-.-, to W. F. COLBY at Ormond.
Are Produced at
is Established. No
Comment is Reall7
1 PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE
OVNER of the BEST
i sker Front
; I, i)Rj ORANGE
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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-
piCd by residents and winter tourists.
It has several churches, one of the
! let graded schools in Volusia
! county, two general stores, a rcal
Estate agency and two or three hotels.
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Lots for Sale.
Ocean or River
Convent-en to Au n-
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WM. C. HOWES
Port *i;lL-, I"" ,
S DELAND, THE ATHENS OP FLORIDA 1
A. D. MCBRIDM
J. B. CONRAD
S8. A. WOOD
G. W. Fisher
J. W. PERKINS
Will Practice in
W. D. HAYNES
"We Speak for
LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practicing in all
State and Ftederal
Special facilities for
STEWART & BLY
Isaac A. Stewart
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Public
,'tud for Bargain
Tu~r PAITI n
I DELAND, thO a ty set of
is it=ted 23 =ile *southwest of
Daytma and is reached m t mbte.
Ur city by au ezsimt hart *face
road reaUly mOOCh10
At DeLiad is tootOn the John B
Stetoa Univeriaty, o of ta lead-
ing educationalt t--:utia- of the
South. Bca- of. s the intewt ia
matter ednmcatioal DoLad is known
as 'The Athenms of Florida."
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and itnsuctaots. There
are over $400,000 in bbildings and
equipment; nearly $30M000 endow-
ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
r"senting an investment in building,
endowment and books, of more than
$120,000. The library is the United
States Government repository 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,on
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; 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.
Light Granite, Buff, Red and
9l Dorado PlNw
Georgtia lay 0
Bond Bad rt
Next to Postoref
A. H. WOODAI
Largest Stock of
South of Jac'ouvU*
Buggies and xms
DF LANrD, FLA.
SI._\- R. WRIGHT
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wmV 1 0W A first class a tor# as
tI& We have the wholesome home-.
4y sort and the equally wholesome,
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hwu HaM.? D~
52 S eiklah fm
beaftlful goods In boxes.
swpriesd at the prices.
we .FeJ& COD'
Theaa Pecrumptio3 Dr. jisis'.
MN AUTO- TWANSiT ,
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"^^**JIVf ft fin C(3O- EIt
^^^~t Haehttto A eomweniont,
r 3bwff Grom, w, w
b hI of the jail at the time, in-
Sllel a iomlite to examie the
--p a atlio thee1mwlvft that the
md--er wag t there. This they
4M not finding the murderer, the
loft- -per e-.
While the men who assisted in the
,iwnre can hardly be blamed for
vatilng to mete summary justice to
a fied, Sheriff Smith is to be
inlmi led for protecting the pris-
fi m l I "/which killed Monlian has never been
9 "LL '" A- .found. It was neither In his body nor
.. .. "ANNIVERSARY OP THE .
AFTER TRAILING AN ARMENIAN. DESTRUCTION OF THE MAINE
FROM ONE CONTI-NENT -- WASHINGTON, Feb. 14-The anni-
Scersary of the destruction of the Maine
OTHERS HE 18 FINALLY AR- in the harbor of Havana was obaerv-
T !ed today by members of the various,
RESTE. organizations Special services were
BOSTON, Mass, Feb. 14-Two of- held as in former years about the big
fliers of the Massachusetts State O- anchor of the battleship Maine which
marks the entrance to the section
lice have left Boston for Bucharest,
Romania, to bring back Vahan Nal-
bandian, a young Armenian, who has
been sought for several months,
charged with the murder of Minas M.
Monjian in Lynn last summer. After
a chase of 6,000 miles Nalbandian was
r" to ta it corea It /. isese liast .eki Roumania. i
SWr and giving the law an opportu- arrested last week in Roumania.
h t t core It is lThe chase for Nalbandian began
ow9H to take its course. it. is likely
I wlal s a w ap" -a -.- last July, after he had been indicted
of tt Jvdge Jones will call a spec-ial ,
one e sp for murder by the Essex County
.. ft of court to try Hanchett. Grand Jury The police traced him
| ~TMe Tedder family is one of the ^ ^ ^*^ _
eTedder family is one of the first to New York, thence to Eng-
i t prominent in the western part land, and then through Germany. On'
SVolusia county and the crime has several occasions foreign officials,'
amused intense feelingagis th
rde intense feeling against the acting through instructions from Lynn
rderer. were ready to lay hands on him only
.I to find he had disappeared.
El!IOTY SIFRAU OPEN[iD For several months Nalbandian kept
working South through Europe. The
f THE RAfCE CARNIVAL police lost trace of him, and then re-
Slocated him at Alexandria, Egypt.
(Continued from first page) Throagh an acquaintance of the Lynn
'- chief of police, who had been in Alex-
T meeting of the board of direc-tors andria, the chief got in communica-
S et the Club will be held tonight and tion with a mission priest in that city
a racing committee of three will be and persuaded him to keel) Lynn in
appointed to handle all the details formed as to Nan!,andian's move-
[ of the races. ments
KMACIK HAN AN OTHER
ANNH S LETTERS.
(Continued from first page)
leas. The writer only is injured.
'f "Antonia Zuzza" felt small at
reading his letter in print within five
hours after it was written, what a
Joke "One Who Knows" will feel
herself to be when her ungrammati-
al tirade, in cold type, stares her in
the face five years later.
I am not committing a "breach of
confidence" by publishing this letter,
as half the town read it in the ori-
Kginal years ago.
PARTY MOTORING TO
THE FLORIDA KEYS
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
C. F. Barnes, Iristol. ,Conn.: Mr. and
Mrs. C. T. Heasley, \Vestfield, N.. J.,
and Mr. and Mrs. B. voni Kolintz.
New York, wer guests of the Prinue
George Saturday night, They are on
a tour from New York to the Flor-
ida Keys ,y automobile and left
Sunday morning on their journey
via. DLar d and Orlando.
The party are traveling in a Hup-
mobile and Pullman automobile and
carry all necessary equippape for al-
The priest followed Nalbandian to
Silistria in Bulgaria. Here Nalbandian
evidently thought himself safe, for
the police learned that he had started
a small clothing store there. The
Lynn police were beginning to de-
spair of again getting track of the
murder suspect when they received a
cablegram stating that he had been
arrested while visiting Alexandria,
Roumania. The Massachusetts author-
ities lost no time in getting extradi-
tion papers and despatching two of-
ficers on the long journey to bring
back Nalbandian to answer the charge
A peculiar feature about the case
is that evidence against Nalbandian
is almost wholly circumstantial. Mon-:
jian, the victim of the tragedy, met'
his death in a Lynn roomingi.g house
in which both he and Nalbanddian li-'
ed. Mojial'ans body ,;.s found ii a
truikiji hl.s :'(,ioii Wit'i a bulltL v.Liundd
i:i is ii.,,irt. hN d l li':.?.:i \-;..s lii: s-
,1 T'ile Po, i"'t fo( nIid that 3 :i.ij.;i"
had stv'r hu;;dr.(! tili.h.. \.which al-
":ao tiiI;; : ';t'r ,.
. a t i o n. :;: 'o ti e, (l'.. i, (ci" '(;inj :;,li tI L "
; oi l i a ',. ( i ;:t l t : ,_ ) ;, o) t ] I; n ( .in % Z :n : tL";>
Iih '.. t "' ] u -* :-* ..i .ni ;.I ,i:(i tfli ,:
a],it;ii( .;.d souh t to hide the
.<"Jy a-,d i.-;A f'led tliirough fear. The
ien Viw-r(- f'ri inds, a:id had beeti seenA
where many of the victims of the.
explosion are buried at Arlington. i
Wells In India.
The question of wells in India is
complicated by the coexistence in eacb
community of two castes-the purer
Hindoos and Gonds on the one band.
the weavers on the other. No weaver
may draw from the well of the Hlun-
doos lest it be detailed, nor will the
Hlndoo drink from the hands
well of a weaver. TIhus it becomes nec-
essary either to dig two wells or to
depute a certain number of the Hludoo
element to give water to their less ex-
alted fellow villagers.
"Oh. George." tearfully exclaimed his
wife. meeting him at the door. "that
parrot you brought home the other
"What's the matter with hfm?'" ask-
ed Mr. Ferguson.
"'I don't know. He won't tell me.
When I ask him what the trouble Is
he just swears dreadfully."-Exchange.
The Chinese Burglar.
"The Chinese burglar is the most
difficult to nab." declared Lecoq. the
detective. "I might say he is impossi-
ble to nab. When this yellow scoun-
drel goes burgling he goes naked and
covered with oil. and thus he is as
slippery as an eel. But. you say, why
not nab him by the pigtail, hey? The
answer to that is that his pigtail is
done up in a knot on top of his head
and stuck full of needles and hatpins
with the points turned outward. You
often see a Chinaman in Pekin or
Shanghai with his clothes stained with
oil and with tiny red pricks all over
him. He's been having trouble with
It Is Running
the ti.. fy. Nalbandlan had a good
1TrT 117. S.-1. I Ii
T IE DAYTONA DALY IES
Published oveey evenrnyt
T. B. PIImuBwA WUor-MsMgzr
0. HAlBIs, City 4Utor,
Geo. F. OBOUCH, aperintendut.
Zntered as aecond-cla nustter 1]e-
cember 1, ), at the pot oAe at
aytoa, Florida, under the Aot oa
SIay EIM A..N YJ.
THE BIG APPLES ON TOP.
The other day a man came to my
door with some apples he was selling
from a wagon.
"Are they 1li like those tI your
band?" I asked.
"Yes. sir; all of them."
"Then you may bring me a bushel."
Profiting by past experience with
this man. 1 went down cellar when he
made the delivery. The apples on top
In his measure were fully up to sam-
ple, but when he poured out the re-
mainder, somewhat shamefacedly, they
Were discovered to be small and knotty.
1I said to him: "'My friend, why do
you try to deceive people in this way?
Those are not the sort of apples I
bought (oft you."
The fellow flushed and grew angry.
but finally inughed, saying. "Oh. they
all do it:"
Whereupon 1 replied he was iuistak-
en in his supposition that all men are
Dishonest. And I told him the story
,of a Michigan truit grower.
SThhi grower inscribed, together with
hbis name and address, the following
paraphrase of the Scriptures on every
crate of his peaches. "By his fruit ye
shal; know him."
He packed three grades of fruit.
And he made this standing offer: If
you could find a second grade -'peach
In a first class crate or a third rate
peach in a second grade crate you
could keep the entire crate free of all
One commission house In Chicago
handled this man's crop for years, and
usually his entire season's shipment
was sold in advance.
He grew rich, proceeding on the
theory that honesty is the best policy.
When I had finished the story my
apple man appeared interested, but
I told him to take his apples back to
bis wagon, and nowadays when he
drives past my house he whips up his
team and looks straight in front of
I.ike mazzy others, he believes that
the v,-:n s th,;t are dark are promotive
,f 1':-Z. rit-t:. and that It is *-smart" t;
d (-C'e( V
...... -.- i' bui.t ,Dn faith, Ard wvh,,n
iii'.s^. ] *i't" r ti lii# ",.\ a; j L-- :. !
il\ Ir' '1' !.:ti'I! s o f A :;'l'l! ii i .' ( ;!.<-.
draft-;- a!, :.,fr ,. f .... ;,. .',.*
traded (,on ,(;ii.s s ,, ; :, .-
Misrepresentation rulus trade.
But my apple man will never see It
that way. Hle does not believe tiat
honesty is the best policy, to say noth-
ing of the ethics involved.
TTa nhma a hwlian h,- 4hlnb'a 44 a
A perfect and eW t economical f
and Statismry M
Per sM -l
GULF REFINING '
So B. teen, G
'Pm. N.4 70 o' 2L
I To the West and
Dixie Flyer and South
Lv Jacksonvill" A. C. L -:15 pil mv Jac
Lv Waycross. A..I. L ...... 10:15 pni Lv Way
Ar Macon, G. & F ............... 3:49 am Ar MaenIOG.
Ar Atlanta. C. ofG .... 6:0aam Ar Ataut.
Ar (Chattanooga. W.& A ..A ll.l1am Ar KnoXtliH
Ar Nashvlle. N. C. & St. L 3:40 pm Ar Corba,LQ
Ar St. Louis. I.C .7:SDam,, Ar Lo usvl,.
Ar Hopkinsville. L.a N....... 5:54 pm Ar Ioddia
Ar He'nderson. L.& N ........... :15pm Ar It illegx Mi
Ar Evnnsville, L. & N .... :45pm Ar CIlnnMci
Ar Terre Hitite. F.& T. H. l12:0am Ar Rich].-
Ar Chlcage.4.& E. I .. .:47am icamL
Solid train Jack4onville and Chicago
Pullman Drawing Roome M lping Cars. Solid trai
Coaches and BitLtgagt, Cars. Pullmun: natl. Pulrlu -
HwplnepnCarsJacksonvi!leinnd St.Louis. and Baggape i
lulnlng ('irs Atlanta and Evansvll'-. Cnrs to Chieampa
For reservations or other informtiea, comunaie wtt ,
A. W. FRITOT, Div. Pass. Aj, A.&
T17wo Cotlages 4
-*-*l?~f(4'th nio-.t 1. irninI. *(8Vh P hI'
t~fli, ;(Al, cottaI,Z* 7 r'o. yn. 1.t. A *- I- r ~
Ii1 ld .I I(ot h rru, n %-*- n i ir. -. r* ,j, i I i
W ~)li and itP %la 1)i t t lit ,. If '. (OIL 1r-
stil 11 hld d jr v to.4('. k\I. iit:; k,' '
-r 4 .'*"
I a wam
.- .: ,'
c I iatt i ldf-asantly
it f Uaftei -States
. e Jd by white Northern
*0Ga e f st h in the North, and
Ow hp. The table will be supplied
of ml -U, cooked and served by the
,rbr Favpect House, Shelter Island, N. Y.
prd & Hohoyd, Proprietors
and Improved Since Last Season.
Wfl Grounds-Located on River Front
Concert Twice Daily
as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park N. J.
Hiihion leaves Prince George dock for
e y Tuesday morning at 8:00 o'clock.
Rooms with or without Baths.
L N. MABBETTE, Prop's and Mgrs.
highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
w xmodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
lights, ftu.Ace heat, private bath. New and
itments MRS, J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.
Vwwwww w w w U' -
qww mw w wW -- -
INDL FURNISHED COTTAGES
ern- Homelike and Comfortable. Directly
Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and
HORACE F. STEWART
L BEACH, FLORIDA.
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HE IVY LANE INN"
ll m catert g to th. ni ost ,rticut i :ir I', *j .'. t'c ',.I ir: ,,..Tioll.
ib e rtverl, essm than two lwovk-' frotm II,, lInt-st. .il.. i .'-t !li'"
IJlC S. (Aoand $4.01I w r dIty-- l.'.':";ntl 1- i l N 'I t
Opai November to May.
Win. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.
- W. H. Picken Barney
racing manager, to is n the
Itered at the Despland.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Adams,
eyvflle, were guests at The
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mills, of Ral-
eigh, N. C., are among Saturday's
I arrivals and are guests at The Des-
Spland. Mr. Mills is president and
manager of the Raleigh and South-
port Railway Company.
J. H. Rafferty, Florida passenger
agent of the Georgia Southern and
Florida Ry., was down from Jackson-
Svlle Saturday, accompanied by his
wife. Mr .and Mrs. Rafferty stopped
aot the Despland during their say in
Yesterday's arrivals at The Ridge-
wood are: B. Taylor Smith, Birming-
ham, Ala.; S. Sulyhachar and wife,
SSteubenville; Mrs. E. B. Mix, Aurora,
Ill.; Miss L. Woodworth, Scardoro,
N. Y.; Mrs. E. I1. Barby, Miss Vir-
Sginia Barby, Sumpter, S. C.; W. S.
Babry, San Antonia, Tex.; J. M. Mar-
tin, Nashville, Tenn.; W\. C. Moore,
Antilla, Cuba; las. S. Doak, Shilo,
Cuba; Elliot Cobb, New York; Mr.
and Mrs. David Carell, New York
City; Mrs. Edna Gilbert, Georgetown,
Saturday's arrivals at the Despland
are: A. C. Fields and wife, Miss
Fields, C. P. Fields, Miss Dutcher,
Miss Pringle, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.; R.
B. Currier, Springfield, Mass.; Mr.
and Mrs. Adams, John A. Mills and
wife, Raleigh, N. C.; Alexander
Strock, Norfolk, Va.; \V. C. Chapman,
H. V. Chapman, Mrs. Dr. Gco. L.
Chapman, Toledo, Ohio; Win. 11. Pick-
ens, New York; Miss K. Radcliff,
Mrs. E. R. Radcliff, Cincinnati; Chas.
Loridand, Atlanta; E. W. Pond, New,
York; Mrs. A. H. Harby, Miss V. S.
Harby, Sumpter, S. C.; Wm. Holmes
and wife, J. M. Lowden and wife,
Brooklyn; G. S. Kelley and wife,'
Whetstone, N. Y.; C. A. Arms, E. B.
Hersey, New York; J. S. McCheenny,
The Change From Black to Red.
"See that little woman who Just
went out?" remarked a Fourth avenue
milliner to a customer. "Noticed that
red hat, did you? Well, as a milliner
and a person whose business it is to
study the different characteristics of
women I have watched her for two
years. It has been a kind of study of
the 'evolutions of a widow.'
"Two years ago she came to me. re-
cently bereaved, and had me make her
a hat o[ deepest black. She was bro-
ken hearted and declared she wouM I
never again take an Interest in t!ie
pretty things that women like to wvcfr
A year ago she came again.
"'Don't you think I ixilght have t'.;
least bit of white in my new lh:a?' !,-'
"'Yes,' 1 said; 'I thiik yv u ii];.
am d thlt hat w;is ifl:t'. Tl ', '.1 -
laittr she caxh.. f' :;i't li 'r !i:b :"1 :'
shf' 5!' *1f'rd l' a-; lin c to~;] !l *f ; I
de r. N: ..t s i.: L t;;i ;: Q v- ::. >, :* t
anid l'.- r v. t'k I nlidiA ,' h,-y l.'_:; (**",'
hat. I1 jitn st' ,-w \\ ,:\. t.:';c v i! ,..
In lift : t':'.rt k",v,'e.l i 'd"-
lI,,uisvi: ;e 'l'Snies.
If i ;e hi:i't l, 'liz a Irailif I,, -
and tlhe hour wasn't s late it i' ,; i,
possible the lovely girl would lhItve
refr:nined from the exercise of a :tr-
tegic scheme, says the Cleveland I.:.'in,
1 Tt I1,r
amd .waW lb awn Desk. 3d.. 23 Pwr Dem s
Fort Piercmoe L F.ETykro mjwd
3e~ tm.j s~d1 -roard Crim=d .
HBO TKEAL MAGNOLIA,
O T* k d m F y E aL S m N Iad, k L it V Comm
Agsssd~mtsr3M. udsTwis 3Sal
West Palm Beach
D. C. HOAGLAND, Prop.
FZrOO.753 m s ww .Iosm Sib adh*
CWWhe h y. SNuisd frmLdws 1 d~hD
leawh Fwry e* ITy m .* Pub.aDarker h
Dbstlledlwaiu, Artilidm 52JO P.3FR DAY o w
William EK Corey, president of the
United States Steel corporation. Is the
husband of Mabelle Gilman Corey, the
actress, who expects to give birth to
an heir to the Corey fortune in the
spring Mr. and Mrs. Corey were mar-
ried In 1907 after the first Mrs. Corey
obtained a divorce.
Mrs. William E. Corey.
Former Stage Favorite, Now Wife
of Steel President.
It was asserted some time ago that
Mrs. William E. Corey, wife of the
president of the United States Steel
corporation, expected to present him
the coming spring with an heir to his
millions. Mrs. Corey was formerly
Mabelle Gilman, the actress.
Young Heir to Throne of Menelik,
Ruler of AlyV3ssinia.
On the river bank,
just south of Day
tona Beach; Lot
Good seven room
house with all mod-
House entirely fur-
i wished. Fortybear=
A"ing orange trees.
IA Bargain at
U W~*:~~'%~ ~ U
and Sunday, leaving
their tour South.
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emjoy the debate Td refined fra-
trane of these de icious Teas.
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A Person is Often
Judged by His
It should be up-to-date the same as you would have your clothing up-to-date.
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Swhich to spend the winter
Daytona is known the
Sthe Prettiest Resort in
f4i6 Beay of the City is as
I t he Universe left It.
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w-I b a"- -Pari Be
eMU OW tat Z-o- is e
Umier mi ni Ohuto
warn ( of 3--'-- P--_a, ka~eip
ft Madow S agbaze.
"SpakItng of Iak ftver; 1aK a
Murvey ofdal. "reminds me of 'bear
age." Never beard of It, oh? Wel I
frst ecov-ntered It in Wtangel na r-
row Alaska, a number of years ago.
We were on the old surveying steamer
"Just as we rounded a point of land
Dot more than 200 yards distant a big
black bear was seen on the beach
looking at us. Eight men took up
rifles at once and were about to shoot
when I told them to wait and fire all
at once In a volley when I gave the
order. They all took careful beads on
the beast. 'Ready, fire!' I shoutedi
"There was a rattle of musketry as
the eight pieces were discharged, and
every one looked to see the animal's
death throes. There was the bear run-
ning up the hill as lively as a Jack rab-
bit Not a shot had hit him. Bear
ague. that's all. Every man's hand
was trembling so he couldn't hit a
house. Buck fever's nowhere along-
side of it.'"-San Francisco Call.
Her Vocal Soleotlon.
A wedding was recently held which
was of the fashionable kind, and
there were all sorts of preparations
and frills. Among the "features" was
a song by a baritone singer of con-
siderable local renown, and Just what
he was to warble was a matter of con-
A little sister six years old of the
bride took much Interest in the pro-
gram. "Sis," she said, "I want to sing
at your wedding."
"No, dear; you can't sing." was the
"But I can, and I want to." she
"What would you sing?" ber ft"te
"-Heaven, Look With Pity." was
her rejoinder, and her father hasn't
got over it yet.-Kansas City Journal.
"Scratch a southerner and you find
a knightly soul" might be said to be
one of the morals of the Chicago Rec-
ord-Herald story below. The second
moral is reasonably obvious:
"What is the reason." began the ir-
ritated traveler from the north. "'that
the trains in this part of the country
are always bchii:d time? I have nev-
er seci' one yet that ran according to
"That. suh." r'.I1blicd the dignified
(; t r. i., it. "ji- a iinatiah that is esily
Lt i, (do1u to suithern
' i\ t'.. I \\h.i t i',ces
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5am.Visgi. pin~st of the phils-
4udpha Natlomal issue baseball club.
IN on. of the bmt known newupawa
mmo Of his city.
St. Louis Business Xan, Financially
Interested In Baseball.
Stanley Robinson. owner of the St.
Louis club of the National league, is a
wealthy St. Louisan, with other large
business interests He was formerly
part owner of the Cleveland club.
John G. Milburn.
One of the Country's Leading Corpo-
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THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE
We a"t it fraimy the Morehaml Bam viaws yew ubui .
but we due,
a assure you that return or your business, this bank mot o lyla a aowvim
wi en w be iee amot parted, but questiomd security hor ev-y de u-ok
d to our cwe.
in cold, -MmI J res. here i ou riaratee to eeory dpoito.r reui -
eas @i the amount he may have t his bank.
a a 0 a a
Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders I ability
That amount stands between your deposit amd
any possible loss.
This bank wants your hsiqess.
(Branch of Volusia Comfy aBk)
A. D. McBRIDE, Preolodk
J. B. CONRAD. VewPru-idet
F. N. CONRAD. C@@Mr
Wool and Cotton Blankets. Medium and High Grade
Comforts, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Spreads, &c.
UBINGHAM & MALEY CO.
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1'iV t ,:j N, 11 ~ery
Ii;;'iL! V''i '', "I \ i^! yo'u \v;ulMxvi't call
me'I t'o' *xi t~i.t't"iKr."
.\Vli ot(iit'" let iaided hiM ife ex-
lilosiv eiy. "" '-e *' is your giveii tamee"
*1* kbinwV. mty dear. but It mrake my
friends laught when you call me that.
I s tititkitiz you might call me
'Job.' just for a pet name."-'-Cathollc
Milburn. one of the Stand-
SOMETHING NEW _
On Exhibition at Gruber-0
g Morris Hardware Store.
When in need of
High Class Wines and
Write for Price List to the
oldest and largest house in 2
S Hotel, Club and Fine t
S Family Trade our
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rates. Saratoga Inn: Garage. d-F _
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THE LYMAN TWINS
The Prize Winnmers
Car wa of wtetas semic IeqePat
A Bi Musical Sau pi ise
Seats on Sale at Hamkins'
Dance every Tuesday night.
SLOW ToE ON T HE BEACH
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| THE WEATHER.
PWFm IWjm: F~r aWmi Tines
f Mr. and Mrs. John Frost, of St.
Lou*ar. ied today and will spend
the rlnder of the winter with
Mrs. Frast's sister, Mrs. C. E. Star,
at Daytona Beach.
Dr. Nevile H. Clark, 1ret9 -
ed Sunday afternoon from Jackson-
Tive, accompanied by his bride, and
they are comfortably established n
the Hutchinson cottage- on Nc :.
Dr. Edw:n Walker and t :.3::er.
John T. Walker and Frank R. Lagh-
Ln, of t.le Sonntag I'es:r-nt ,:o.
)f Seabreeze. arrived Sunday morainz
rtom a short trip to Cuba. and v-:i.
)e located at Seas-de Inn "iuring .-
itay .n the vicin..v.
Dr. E. Ma:;. .-e anti
and -Mrs. Robert Stobe-,rt, c
ham.,-Alla.. after spending a c:
months at. Rc'ckleUge. stkuppt-44
Mn D~ayv-na ,ma a few ia-;; ..
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L LYMAN TW!%S COMING
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"INMAN RIVER" fORANES
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[ HUNTING PARTI I.
Richard Stevens and Fred Stone
who were out hunting quail and squir
rel the latter part of last week in the
vricnty of Orange Ciy, met with flae
sumicem. They brought home twenty-
eight quail and a liberal number of
squirrel The trip was made in Mr.
Stevens' motor car.
Mesrs. John Milligan, A. Milligan
and S. G. Hand returned Friday from
their hunting trip up Spruce Creek.l
They got in just before the rain. and!
reported a fine trip, and pretty fair
success with game.
TONIGHT. FEB'Y 14.
"LipskL's Royal Hunga:ian Orches-
.ira appears .n Dayro"a February 14tLa
as the third number of the Lyceum
P-ourse. This Orch.-stra is compos-
ed of sIx numbers. .d by Lupsk,, a
we:i- known t-ach-r o:f Hungar.an
music. They carr- :-.:h nem an o:.d:
Hungarian piano, cie o, t-e ;rst eve
made Thfs Orchestra w-on the firs:
prze nmeda ;.a cote:it:.oa with many
others at 'he anamo.-is Columban Ex-
pos::tion. Ths -..s a .- rare chane- to
qear a r ianous m~s.cxan, h strong-
-uppor-t :n Ph: -t mpa:a.- iapt:st
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MET WtTH PAINFUL INJURY
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Our Sixth Shipment oi 2
BOAT~enience at ALLE1IHUR
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IN T-. RIVER low
Hotel Despiand Barber Shop
HELAIR DRESSING PARLORS
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H. T. McCLELLAN
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and DOOR SCREENS, ~Me ssFmwsit=
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North Rid~ewood Ave. Ibe 1in
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