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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 15, 1910
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00434
Source Institution: University of Florida
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JIM oCJOr TO FOREGO THE

PLEASURE AND POWER OF THE


POSITION FOR SAK OF USI-
1NES INTERESTS.

L. 0. Lyman, one of e recently
TOIe eited candidates for aldern, has,
^ .on more mature reflection, decided
P that he will not qualify for that posi-
S- o. and has so notified the au-
Sthorlttes.
mk ark Mr. Lyman, in discussing the matte
Hp ~with a Daily News representative,
f to i 8 Tb decision is made for
a ytona Purely personal and business reasons.
eanmva, At present I have, so far as I know,
no enemies, and .1 prefer to make
director of none unnecessarily.
the a Judging by the experience of others
by the it would be impossible for me to serve
a few the city without calling upon myself
no& the the personal enmity of many, even
r d he though I acted with the best of mo-
mIs a tives for the public good. Realizing
r. rro. this, I feel that it would be foolish
with to Jeopardize my business interests Ly
was no the acceptance of this thankless of-
'-e bun- fice."
wothe Day-Phone 28 will call for your clean-
0 A 4" ing and pressing. 0. S. Burnett. tf


g2 DEPOSED
N

r SULTAN

INANE.
With his IN A E
Use6 pract10"
R| aleffort
record to ABDUL HAMID STARVING HIM-

bo"r no cars SELF TO DEATH IN HIS PALACE
o f clipping
14-. In the IN SALONIKA.
weamt .Constantinople, Feb. 15-Abdul Ha-
I mea mid, the deposed Turkish Sultan, is
a y hopelessly insane and starving him-
"l result i* self to death in his palace at Salon-
B* we werlika, according to authoritive advice
p we w today. His death is expected in a
@@@owe that
e*v t few days.
elas ,even
be stusi- THE HUNGARIAN ORCHESTRA
|^ FURNISHED MUSICAL TREAT,'
1The Royal Hungarian Orchestra re-
ceived an ovation Monday night at I
s *the First Baptist Church, where they
HlnDL provided the third number of the Day.
tona Lyceum Course, and merited all
the praise bestowed upon them.
IN O CURRED The church was packed, even the
B SOUTH OF Sunday School room being crowded. ;
with an appreciative audience from t
I Y. the best class of Daytona's citizens
_ -f is stated and visitors. t
Ifatfatt all The orchestra is cumtp(,sed of six
!tthern & pieces and under the able leadership i I
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DSI~Ionto T Out O u fL~g

H, IROWE CO.


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To the Public:


We command every mat. woman and child to trade
with us. If you disregard this, you will bring upon your-

self a loss.


Gruber-Morris Hardware Company
"H you don't trade wth s we both lose mosey."


IDA1OANS CHARGED WiTH


DEFRAUDING UNCLE SAM.


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LAST OF THE IISCO


BRIBERY CASES, MAYBE.


KETTENBACH, KESTER AND DW- THEODORE V. HALSEY, FORMER
YER PLACED ON TRIAL TODAY AGENT OF TELEPHONE COM-
FOR TIMBER MANIPULATIONS. PANY AT END OF HIS DELAY.
BOISE, Idaho, Feb. 15-The Federal SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 15 -
district court convened here today for i Theodore V. Halsey, former general a-
the trial of the so-called Kettenbach gent of the Pacific States Telegraph
timber land fraud cases, in which Wil- and Telephone Company, who by plea
liam F. Kettenbach, of Lewiston and oft, illness has succeeded in delaying
several other wealthy and prominent: fo( many months his trial for alleged
i residents of Northern Idaho, are connection with the Ruef-Schminidtz
charged with defrauding the govern- gaf operations, now finds himself un-
ment out of valuable timber lands, able to delay his court hearing further
The cases wAere brought here from On the strength of a report made by a
M.o:co.w on clange of venue. board ofr medical exaift'-rs, wi."
l'i llhc t,.j; h -hl Klstvr al!d 1 yer, will be neither heart disease nor tuberc ulos.-
ri-d oi to (.)cunts of an indictment as his physicians asserted, Judge Du-
retLurned( agai.IS t then five years ago. ,le assigned the case for trial toda:,.
They have already beeu trie, and ac- Halsey must answer to the charge CL
quitted on three counts of the indict- r- ug, Iw f-Schml4tz board of su-
ment. The other two w(re apj)ealed j)erv'%isors in connection w ith a te.(-


ai.d ri-mande(d back to, tit. Idaho d;s-
(rict co( rt 'o1r r!,trial. Thte tw\o counts
charge conspiracy to defraud the gov-
ernmemll out of timber lands by making
illegal arrangements with entrymen L y
which they agreed to purchase the fil-
ings of the latter and induced them
to take the timber lands which were
later turned over to the defendants.

PROMINENT BUSINESS
TO CHANGE LOCATION.,


On the first of April L. G. Lyman
will take possession of the store room
now occupied by the Globe clothing
store and remove his large stock of
groceries from his present place in the
Rogers' building to the new location.
which he considers much superior in
many ways
Having more room, Mr. Lyman will
increase his already large stock of
goods and make other improvements
in his business.
Mr. Lyman is one of D)aytona's most
h''ccessful Iusiness men and is amnibi-
ioi:s to( expand and increase his trade
vhiich lie v\ill t, lnt;tti I:tted to do ill
[h11" lit \\ (pa i; ; ; .


ROY.-AL TEMPLARS PLAN
TO rMAKE MANITOBA "DRY.


prone franchise.


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WHETHER


COINCIDENCE OR


IN.


TENTION THE REBUILDING OF
THE HOTEL WAS COMMEN CED
JUST ONE YEAR M E
DATE OF ITS DESTRUC N.
The fire which destroyed''the\Clar-
Sendon hotel at Seabreez*'occurre'o on
SSt. Valentines Day, Feb. 14, 1909. The
I 14th of February Iat year fell upon
Sunday and it was shortly after day-
light of that Sunday morning that the
people of this city and vicinity were
aroused by the alarm of fire, only to
learn that the magnificent Clarendon
wvas in flames and doomed to destruc-
tion.


For a year rumors of the rebuildin!
of the hotel, and counter-rumors of
the abandonment of the project, havt
kept the people in a state of uncer
tainty as to the ultimate result, but
Dr. Potter has maintained that he
would rebuild, and Monday, just a yea
from the date of the fire, the work
of cleaning the grounds for the erec-
tion of the new building, on the site
of the former hotel, was begun by .
large force of workmen.


FELL FROM


BIYLTHEN Di
THEUN DIED.


\ TOURIST EXPIRES OF CEREBEL


TWO YACHTS BOUND
FOR SOUTHERN WATERS.
ALLENHlURST, Fla., Feb. 14-Th
yachts Brooklyn and Yaqui. pass,.iu
through the canal yesterday goin-
south.

WANT MORE UNIFORM
AUTOMOBILE LEGISLATION.


WASHINGTON, Feb. 15-UnL'orm
Federal and State legislation fo.: the
regulation and control of automobiles
is the desire of a large and ent'iuslas-
tic body of men who assembled in
Washington today for a three (lays'
convention to discuss the subject. The
gathering meets under the auspices of
the legislative board of the American
Automobile Association.
The purpose of the convention is
two-fold-first, to secure the passage
in congress of the Federal mnot0or ve-
hicle registration bill, and second, tli
t'ring before tle officiall deltgatcs
i'i0nl thile ta o:.iS stat ,, thte e' ,e'.sit
,i; elnactinl.4 i.- a i vii; ; it-Ill.!l t0. ; I '
K.'ie law.


BRITISH PARLIAMENT
ME ETS IN


iFOR NVALLY


HEMORRHAGE WHILE


RIDING


ALONG RIDGEWOOD AVENUE.

J. Warren Smith, of Orange, N. J.,
age 61 ye-ars, while bicycle riding on
Ridgewood avenue yesterday afternoon
dropped suddenly from his wheel to
the ground and expired in a few mom-
ents. A party which was driving by in
an automobile just in time to witness
thile fall, stopped and took the dying
man in the car to the nearest iospitAl
but life was extinct when medical as-
sistance was reached. Tlej doctor
pronounced it a case of cerebel hem-
orrhage, and the body was taken to
the undertakers' parlors.
Mr Smith was a tourist, spending
the winter with his wife at Daytona
Beach, in one ot the Bleekman flats.
The remains, accompanied by the
wife, were shipped this afternoon on
the 4: 13 train to Orange, N. .1 for
,lit el',ll[leti.


200 DROWNED


ABOIT $10


FIVE MASKED MEN DYNAMIT
CITIZENS BANK AT CHATr
WORTH AND MAKE BIG HAUL.
BLOOMINGTON, Ill., Feb. 15-Fil"
masked men dynamited the Ctum
Bank at Chatsworth, near here eay
today, and escaped with a large am
of money, estimated at $10,000.


fIRE ON COTTAGE AVENUE

DOES LITTLE DANAIL


KITCHEN


OF B. F. HOUGWS


DWELLING FOUND IN FLAMES
ABOUT NINE O'CLOCK P. M.
About nine o'clock last night Mrm
J. F. Hargis and her daughter, of
Cottage avenue, noticed flames in the
kitchen of B. F. Hough's residence, to
the south of their dwelling, and IM-
mediately notified Mr. Hargis. who
iiried tl(e alarm at.d rushed to the
scene (of the fire.
Attorney 1. I-'. Oat,'- was passing
down Beach street aiid heard the
Alarm. lie at onu' c aclled to Fire
Chief Titus and started for the hose
reel at the City Hall. Chief Titua
sounded the alarm bVJl, while Mr.
Oates was getting out tho h otn SM
and then together they hurried to the
fire and laid the hose. but Mr. Hargis
had found a bucket and water lone
beside Mr. lHough's house, and break-
ing a \'indow subdued the flames
,t a few well applied buckets ot
water.
Mr. l'ough, who was sleeping o0a
the second floor of the main building&
did not know of the fire until he was
aroused by the noise of the fire fight-
ers. He contends that the fire was
of incendiary origin, as there was no
possible cause for it, and afterward
an empty kerosene can, which did
not belong to himself or neighbors,
wa* Jound in the yard, near .
house.
The fire started in a corner of the
kitchen, or rather dining room, In
which no fire was used, the gasoloe
stove used for cooking purposes be-
ing several feet distant in an adjoin-
ing room. A kerosene stove in the
room, Mr. Hough says had not been
lighted since Christmas.
(One corner of the room was pretty
Ladly scorched by the flames. Fortu-
nately thi.-'re %as ni t ind or the fire
department might hit"e had a better
opportunity to display thf r prowess.
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'North Beach St., Daytona, Fla. 0
CALL FOR MY CIGARS
U-Clear Havana Smokers 5c.
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up UIts -W-" -tim; so an
who S.r M e a high-power aur
toaflme down the broad stretch o
wave-washed and surf-packed amnd
bat realted that it to a world-beat
er, a world-wonder. Go stand upoi
this wide speedway and see the hap
py souls flit by In Joyous mood, and
answer whether this is not one of
the seven modern wonders.
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River
Where think you is water with more
pictt.resque surroundings? Nearly a
mile '.v'de. fringed with tropical vege
station. artistic cottages with roomy
verandas looking out upon her bosom,
gamey focd fishes in countless num-
ber's t,'c-oni~g, as iE were, to those
with rod and reel; her bosom fleck-
ed with duck and coot and snowy-
winged sea birds, which sit about as
if for the sport of bobbing upon the
waves; watch that lubberly old
white headed pelican pouch a fat
mullet, and that fish hawk struggling
upward with hj floundering load he
gn.atched from the water.
al, beuutlful lauchee, splck
Se-. ;i lockers
a,.d span, tneir "-- l
bulging vw-ith refreshments both. .0
and liquid ready for a cruise upon th
beautiful surface. Take out your flel
glass and sweep the river from


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light house, then


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whether


Park
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Halifax isn't a thing of beauty and
a joy forever, and one of the mod--rn
wonders.
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge-

Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest
of a broad ridge, straight as the crow
flies and the wide spreading branches
of the heavy-trunked lilv oaks ex-
tend their giant arms across the mag-
nificent vista, forming an arch, and
", these extended arms great fes-
t)ons of panish maoo fway at sthe
trade winds from the tropic seaM
fan them Looking straight ahead
down this white shell street one has
the impression of a fairy path with
elffish draperies, but as you move
along and cast an eye first to tWe
right and then to the left you see dis-
tin,4uished cottage homes in the most
d,,i ': ,f: I s things.
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Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage
lomes.
No ofn. of Daytona's attrac-etions,
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*E@*EOSEOOUSOEOOU 3l l degrees of spetd frorm acj
-me-Beg* gmomomom omel l. two-mile-a-minute clip. Y
SD. D. & C. M. RO* probably catch the spirit, wi
D. D.&C..M.OROGERSb:r
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Lw Jm odM an thf etn to he y teA
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i AUTO OWN ATTLNTSON pwftrg. ThMae eotrk t baai
* WS& W"tI M aotr ritf pa ement pr. Ztt W th tdrivay itrt-
*o c DM% Yeo I*Aa kUisVIWowy ls strt n n3 on mtt c f dria w

S TSASSS OOF. AT AV Itu, WON. 8. Atd as dow the paaunteat, pate.
noworld.

-whSne else between the eastern
SFOUND AT LAST and weterg seaD arena so many mals
soA place OB Beach Street where u" n gu to inomtants? The
*U y c geefta Hot C "o T ae paveoet qneit"tn stands with the
met iAsond o f ao ther a chief drawing
M de rDht aRd serve with Whip cards. Till sota" e unheard ofa t
ped Cream 5c a cuph. place reports more and better, Day-

F UDA LA Tand priked sears a o. ie
T. F. CURTIS & SON tona throws down the gauntlet to the
world.
See Dn B s Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Frut.
S^ee 1u in Br"os. Whatever oone's shortcomings and
however indifferent or even callous

2 inA one may e to many things, the mere
5 cindo W. mention of "flowers and Squirrels,
birds and fruits" will send a thrill
that Is reflected in distended pupils
and pricked ears.
SsFor every visitor with a spare goo-
B UTSINESSAND.be Anr there is a bunny ready to come
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt
SPROFESSIONAL upright and knaw into the meat.
ADVERTISEMENTS casting furtive, saucy glances at you
meanwhile.
-X-g ^ ^Flowers. Usually fresh and bloom-1
,.. ^-ing the year 'round You are reminded
Dr. TMo A17. V 7 Vaiza, Ph. G. r Goldsmith's couplet where i
Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph.G~~ of^ ^^1st ad
~avtfl~ 't~ ov.r~il~ '. ~Smiling spring its earliest visit paid
2a1.Pto ^ i,.,. And summner-s lingering blossoms
Nose, Threat, Lunt *ad Rhunatism treated are delayed. S
by the Electro-Thermos-Vibratory Method. In one yard roses of varigated hues
I)aytonaft Bach ffc, in Th. Vun Vat/ah predominate; another household has
Block. hours. z:to .' ,a., p-ci; hourS, penchant for the poincett -, '
.. -A. A-A--I
S..... .. ...... premises are aflame; another is hid-
al ll il l l O den in a Jungle of tall cane. Variety;
I is the spice of life and here is where
DR. F. IL HOUGHTON S you find it.
--. The btrds flit in, and with their I
Dentist joyous notes help to give fullness
I Otice in Peck Block and symmetry to the picture ,
I PiHO!E 8S W.t End South Bridge El C ^ ^ y^ ^,
PHONE*12 Wvst End South Bridge As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, C
oaol-mol-meue --meaeu* *Iu Daytona yields the palm to none (or
~~ ~E*O5OE* *~ -O quality and quantity per acre. Ti oe.
1 -- -are scores of citrus groveU !- pro. iS1
I UOSTEOPATHY L Ltt 0 th w -^ ranch, bending-
D R J.JC. .H er man fi
oraduat.undriArT..1Still. ounderof *'to th earth with heiL burdens of I
A kfteopithy t6.% n.ira,-, ,". .,t WIff r" iu ,lO,,, godnM, globe, which fort
S N iN fi T a aE A RO .W IN ItA Y 'It^ A -- .. ..o af so e g i... = ., .... .. ,
Located on VoluNia AveIuu, 2 doer,, ) beauty, profllcacy and all desirable:
i wf(t of Beach Mt.,0opposlt Th- Ga~bles Z. ...... "i !
i t'Phourd to Ltady attendant bi qualities woUld truly astomns you. i
IOUSEOl** UU@UlOlOlOlOEOi The Fastest Autos and The Finest I
*E! *Out.
IO.OI0l *lllllOOm The se ~enth v orld wonder, do you;
L9 STEWART 0 ask? Come. whether from Missour \
'2 Physician an Surgeon ,' .r from Maine, fro- Kalamazuo or
.2 Y-ray queny w .:iw'd(~L&. and you will be !hown."
'~* Appratus. S wi:r thf w "I'!,,,;,,.-:. : ,l...>o ,;r .-,, r.,:, ,:. "L-^- ),:,:ok~tu w ,1 ery roc. Lrrin,? j

l l 0 E k 3 i B e S @ l @ l l U^ l lr l r W s t b i g g e s i t h f a .- :
--- -. -...- -.-.. ... ., c -L.e finest are on daily arad t
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say be.4causbe its edt~C
'fter unt'ai twogehubefr. et
*otmpae thhegvnga av r-e
leavsgh'mthours fr ntaoblyseft
thesertofuenhdpartile
intoe acermaent alost as bof

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mIfMasis Vay iavitng to

B isftbeuad the b" fishing and
pptfin as ft"e Staeo Florida.
Mpe arwe thiftn the bssi-
MO Ma Va iag all unite
verdytthe wilatme ,band of
^-sa Nwmto ytra is -Ie&e aTe
d edinto fsma l fawhitermsoh
fn epaln miser for the colw d
te *s rthe town thas aa n Acellet
Sdbook a speadid publc licb.
Id mW o dat i shies houM .
am o aiy number of tphetty
W sor on per-- t po-pOuaion
numbers cose to 200 M&"
4 "ei naa* winter rMid. McAS.
eame good ho"els and h-ln

**a-to meet y Y qoammets
Na Mew Smyrna is as fine a
Hploaof vegetable land as can be
andywhe Tax levland has
Divided into small farms which
bji e bovUgh at reasonable pr ces
|H oW the finest celery grown in
M tad is raised on this and. All
abot o--e-s- gro w in ab-rermil,
sihlu f i to the home of the fam-
|e2aiaa Rtiver oranges.
OWSmyrnadb has no bonded in-
ind and the tax levy is low.
-A pe that no tourist should fail
VW fis the rins of the Old Span-
Jfssion which stand somber and
P- at one and a quarter miles
mest of New Smynta. A good
lAds to the place and the trip
b'a easily made by an automobile.

of the foredw is this place of
petIms fr the pious; this ren-
Sc tue picsb w. The rsins
plaesnfaA while u there is no
B||--bCid"< F of their origiaN it
edintatied thude tearchesob was


i ade plancinft aft upl. what
a1mr Am ... a -o-L It was belt
seauilme the read being of the
||I1 amlm-iaL, ew into tlhia tIhl**



=sD. portioo of which .tinrmi

nryad curious bat the spelt of
Mheplace soon falls upon then and
tary eepsrute to sit alone, silent and
meditative, under the arches or be-
slde the ancient weLL


CORONADO
is ituated on the peniftvta opposite
maw Smrma and is connected by a


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KlAN ORMOND

F. W SAMS _____


SUS fw Day

W~sk
Rselbnt HBunting
am filing





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FSIbRII)A-


MIK


NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Class in
Every


Rates $2.06 per
Day and Up
ftNlfrT and
HODGES
PROPRIETOR

bLA.

6ALIREATI
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA


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


L C. CHISHOLM
Tonsorial Parlor
Oldest stand in town
NEW SNMYRNA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
Removed Without
Pain
SAIXITARY BATHE

PURE

ICE CREAM
ircmfection.
Cold Drinks

The Best of Every-
thing in Our Line


RIZY'S


New Smyrna
Is the Place



Mus. H. MOELLER
Proprietress
Meals for Transients
a Specialty
NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA


ASK


I I'm Jnt going to
*tt hwles adfh and
et Oranges this
winter. There e re
some good ermp
grounds n-ar mine.
.Oome and pitch your
Stent on one: nd joln
I me on th! Ro.
Lnw


ROSE 'Nb
Plens n t Iv .-
on (iir i
ORMUS r
Frank Mason, 1i rc .
Rates: t2.Io Ind r2.W
per day; $ -j& to
$:5.10porv.,-k


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

GUAVA JELLY
MARMALADES AND
TROPiCAL
PRESERVES
Specid Attenmton to
Famly Orders
UNm"UT AWARMS ATI
Pan-American Ex-
position-Buffalo
Wet India Exposi-
t ion--Charleston
Louisiana Purchase
Exposttton. St. fouis


E. C. TOTMAN
OIMION)D, FLA.
Fine Groceries
Vegetables Fruits
S.lt and Smokcd
N MEATS


MOUNDGROVE
ORANGES
and
Grapefruit -
Best Grown
r-ov on i St. Auo us-
tine A l> Ro,,d 1D Mll'-s
North of
HOTEL ORMIOND
Beed, Knox and
Beed Company
BI ,Ow Po-Ooffleo


ORmON DmON-THE-HAUFAX


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I PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
(Inc.)
OWNER of t BEST
River Front
PROPERTY
IN PORT ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands
See...
E. F. OATES. Sec.,
Daytona, or
W. C. HOWVES, Agt
Port Orange.


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


ORMOND
IF IN ANYWAY
INTEBK8TED
IN PROPERTY IN
ORMOND OR
ORMOND BRAOH
He Will Give Your
Business Prompt
Attention


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


COOK'S 6ROVE

On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South of Ormond


I ORNOf tU ls five .0 il ajof
Dwytome h, 16 wido td U ws
bwak of the Nadiu RiveTbr. I A..
cation of the toV perIa"hofAd"
drainage and perfect anition; the
elevation is superb mad ideal for
winter homes. A wid bridge con.
nects On"od with Oro-nd Beach.
Many fine SetiiA.Pa aWe main1.
gained on. either side of the river,
most of them embelliabed with sub-
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees.
SThe town is very cosmopolitan,
baa an excellent traded school, sev-j
eral churches, a fine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
-omfortable and convenient hotels
.nd boarding houses.
Orwond has many of the Florida!
att- .-tions-fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
salubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
I At Ormond Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
sister, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
Halifax River, while the latter has as
its outlook the magnificent beach and
the broad Atlantic.
The walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
bors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
rustic seats which are mute invita-
tions to enter into the enjoyment
thereof.
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-
riage or automobile-long drives and
short drives; drives through groves
of golden oranges; drives through
dense tropical forests to Spanish
ruins; drives to the ancient Cause-
way built by the slaves of planters
of long ago, and drives to the planta-
tions of hospitable settlers, whose
places are replete with the interest
of Southern fruits and flowers.
One of these interesting planta-
tions is Number Nine,-located on the
peninsula, five miles north of the
Hotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
orange grove, together with great va-
rieties of other sub-tropical fruits
and flowers.
Five miles further on you come to
Moundgrove, one of the finest orange
groves in this section of Florida.
Mounddrove is on the headwaters of
the Halifax River and is amid pretty
surroundings. The place is reached
by a good road [passing Number
Nine] and is a drive all tourists may
enjoy.

PTTAP AND ROOM TO LET-
tOTIITAl Furntih.'d; Modern Im-
iviA )rve -olents; on River
Front or Sld' Rtr,-"'ts. R.,nts RP-aaonnblo.
Wirte to W. F. (' )LBY at Oruiond.


VISITORS
WELCOME


THE

RUBY ORANGE


t


VOLUSIA

COUNTY
BANK


Da-AIND, HTAA


A. D. MCBRIDm
President
J. B. OONRAD
Vtee President
8. A. WOOD
Oashler

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


J. V. PERKINS


Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


Will Practice in
State and
Federal
Courts

DELAND, FLA.


a Do. HAYNES
Grocer
DzLAND, FLA.


"We Speak for
Your Trade."


LANDIS & FISH
AAA -.._.-. .A V.T .


and Attorneys at Law
and I Practicing in all
State und Federal
MRS. BACON'S S'ao',ourts
Mpeoial facilities for
pI ~ lF Investigating and
JELLIES rfecting titles
v~biuu D^LAN I), FLA.
Are Produced atADFLA.
"NUMBER NINE" STEWART & BLY

Their Reputation Isanc A. Stewart
is Established. No Egford Bly
Mary Stewart
Comment is Really Attorneys at Law
Necessary. j and Notaries Public
DELAND. FLA.


"FOUNTAIN'S"
DzLAND, FLA.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
GROVES
TIMBER o
TRUCK
LAND
Scud for Bargain
Hheet to


PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
Convenient to Auto-
imobll- Ra -,' 4'our-,.
tnd Brllg'-.
Apply to
WM. C. HOWES
A '*int
Port <)ran ,:t-. Flit.


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SDELAND, -007yn t a
!I- .m. SSd ,.Cs .
is mg Bs-"! m n--0 s* .


l etis .- F- da



SIms. U"iventty a a t- lofd-




mint; a Carnegie Liba alo.6 rep
rImtig an =v6t .at ina Wia
*=a noay~~iD~edI i









endowmAt t and booWs of mre tiae
$1t20,0 Te lbra is te United
Stes Couit divu" toa facor theof
0State pof Florida, and "mtains or




15,000 vol-_um_ es. Scinc Hal1, one
aof the $U2U of building with
uipment;ishi ay p ts a outlaw
of mt; a Carnegie Liby Hall is one pof
the mt eautinlat colee building
in the South.andbooks of math
The city has library is the United
St3,a00, with C thickly sttled country




atpo)t DeJand proper is live
miles east of the St Jolae Kiverqlon
the high, rolling pine land of-the
greState of Fe loridada contain ov
15,000 volumes. Science Hall on.











The predo-Min'tq products
oranges and gOrapefr16Mt, the estimate
itscrop from this vicinity being outlveray
of 30$0,000 boxes lizabthis year. onrapesof
peathe mst pearsutiful college buildings
in the South.











plums, pecans, guavas, strawberries
and other fruity has are growpulaon ofin plenty
35,In the way of public impsettledoCouentsry
aAatjcreet DeLand prop.' is five





are many milesast of thfine shell roads, an
thexellent high school, electric lights,





a system of waterworks that is owned
grand operangted by the city, supplyingof Flida
the predominst water at little costse
oraNine houses of worshipt, theestify that
DeLandcrop from this vicinity behurch-going commu-ver
300,000nity. Baptists, Episycopalians, Meth-






odists (Northern and Southern), Pres-
byterianches, eChristians Japand Cathoic..os,






besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
lumThe g raded school offers a ten
years' ourse, and other fruits are growbuildning whichplenty.
In the way of public imptof.rne"t
throughout, and ie many miles of fine of the mostan







conmodions and best equipped pub-
exlic schools in the State.lectric lights,
a system of waterworks that is owned















The trip from Daytona to eut
is mand operated by automobile in supp littleng
ovthe purest water and thertle cost.are many
pretty drivhouses ofin the vicinity of that








county site. A good road leads to
DeLeon Springs, five miles, hstcommu-i
nispot, where 60,000 gEpiscopalalons of waterth-
odistsbubble from thern and South every minute.
byterians, Christians autndmobiles go southolics,
tobesides colored Baptistshll andMetho-
dists, are represented. S Johns is sseby
Thferry near Osteen and cahool offers can ten
continue to Seanford anthe buildng whichby
ithard road. There is a shell road
fthroughoutm DeLand isto range ofCity, fivemst
comiles, andmoious a good roadbest equipped pub-ad
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to De~ad







isto Lake byHelen, automobile distance.t
over an hour, and the BRICK CO.many
pretty drives in the vicinity of the


.


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Air -


One of the Fines
Groves in Volusi
County .


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SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSURANCE
AGENCY
DiIAND, FLA.
SILAS; B. WRIGHT
I. flu r ik rra


BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
aManufaewn of
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINS
;A=I Pats"
Whitehall C
ElDorado Ptm

DILAND, A.


ALLEN'S
Next to Poatoflm
DRUGGISTS
JEWI-T-TRS
I. DnLAND, P1A.


A. H. oOOIA
The
Leading
GROCER
DnLAND, FPA.

L.A.
ERICKSON

Largest took f
Pianos, 0ora
bouth of Jae^vrl
BLAND, LIA.

Florida Wgo
Works and
o a" HomD i
11oprtdT
DuAMN, FLA.
Manufacturer oa
Buggiesaa&Wnds













P71-~


A.
?haft%@wahwd In the


Ou'artmti Um


for even such a first class store


seat


aso


thi. We have the wholesome home-

ly sorts and -the equally wholesome,


beauftIul goods in boxes.


You'll be


-surprised at tho prices.

SW. F. GILLE, Jr. & CO.

The Prescriptiuo DDruists.


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To Now Syf

latoes fuhs'Drat:

Store at 9:00 a.in.


every day.


RAYTIA AUT 'TIANSIF


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47.


THE MEN IN CHTARGE1 OF
WASHINGTON CONFERENCE ON STATE UNITY.


THIE DAYTONA DAILY NES
Published every evening, except SBn-
day, from December I-to AVprl by
THB GAZ IM _-NBW CO.
T. B. FTmUE.A&D, Kdltor-Manager.
C. 8. HAMilS, Ci0ty editor.
0eo. F. Onouc0a Superintendent.
Butered as second-claam matter De-
eomber 1, 1809, at the post o3ee at
Daytona, Florkla wuder the Act of
March S, IWO.


S


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W. S. Carter.

Head of the Brotherhood of Loco-
motive Firemen.


PEERLESS E


A perfect and most economical f
and Statliony
For alet m yrted|

GULF REFINING-)


IDAYTONA
SAGENCY


S. B. Green,
'Po0 s N e


SJ


S In connection with the meeting of the "house of governors" In Washington the conference of the National Civic
, Iteratlon to organize a movement to bring about greater uniformity of Ideas and greater unity of sentiment among
,t11 states has attracted the attention of publicists throughout the Union John Hays Hatuammond, chairman of the
Sderatloo's committee in charge of the conference, said of it: "I think this is one of the most important and far-
IcaChing movements the federation has ever undertaken. If in the end it serves its purposes and aids in weldin,
Into a more compact, efficient and united whole the states which make the Union the object of the federation will
hare been gained." President Taft expressed entire approval of the meeting of the conference and delivered the
qOfenlng address. Among the ,members of the committee in charge of the meeting Dr. Harry Pratt Judson, presi-
dleut of the University of Chicag,,: Cyrus. H. McCormick, the well known Chicagoan and son of the famous invent-
or. and Myron T Hlerri'k. former r',,vernor of Ohio. were conspicuous.


SATURDAY'S ATTRACTION


SURPASSES ALL OTHERS


RECEDING TIDE LEFT
THEM HIGH AND DRY.
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STRANGER TOOK WATERY
PLUNGE FOR POCKETBOOK
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f The Touch of Fortune.
"What do you think, my (lear? Such
luck! We leave for Paris in an hour."
"Yes; we're going to Pasteur's. My
husband has just been bitten by a
mad dog."-Bon Vivant.



It Is Running

Out


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To the West and

VIA

Dixie Flyer and South

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lv \' aycr -. A..'. IP. ,(':15 p ; Lv WLr
Ar Macon. .I. ,t F ..& .. .3:49am Ar M
Ar Atllanta. ('. of ( ... 6:. asn Ar A
Ar hHtltanoora. W. A ll:l0am Ar K
Ar Na.-hvlll-.. N. & St. I, 3:10 pm ; Ar
Ar St. Loui, I.(' C am iAr
Ar Hopklnsville. L.& N........ 5:Upm Ar I<
Ar flend-rson. L.& N .. .:. :15pmiAr Ial
Ar Evan.VIII. e.L. & N :46 pm Ar
Ar T.rrc Huut.-. E. & T. H. .12:1Jam
Ar Chicuae,C.& E.I... :Tanm Ar
Molid trtin Jan -konvlll and ('hicago. I
Pullmnn IDrawing Rootn Sleeplng Cars. Pnd
(Conch.s and Baggage Cars. Pullman. Dnal
tiet-pln" ('ir-< .Jneksonvllle n(t St. Loult. and ]ahpPI
lining (';r- .tlaLnt and Evansvill-. Carsto Ch
m4
For reservations or other informatiom, c-is

A. W. FRITOT, Div. Pass. At,


JACKSONVILLE,


One of the most enjoyable- per-
formances cf tl,,- prrseI.t ,- n vI11
be seen at th, DI.vt'-. ; 1 ,,p. 1 ': 1' .


next STir> ."."


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the Popular I -,I. : !I ( t" 14:;I -1


large ;,,: .. ... r .


R11 OteSZ' .
play The l*: :;/,. \\:L;i.n-;-.

all others :r, wvh;.ic th,,s,: el,+\,.,-vou:;n-
comedians !La%,. y.-t. .,t ;). a:,,d. ;',
SUppor '.i ( if T i,, n i ...* -
comedy entertainers today in the m us
ical field. The pr lation in beautiful s.,,nry, prei'
Costumes, a dainty (choru a;j. ;1 \\-
d arfill d I T.]- ? f- -.* ..1... .... .


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t4- I ia ;on- -(ltt itL:, ie a F i()11. tli. othL .r ti: I ii
N44thuIA141it i a-np titthait. I f Nouuit r-- 11W!r-
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on1 or :1iddrt.%~. 4. M. B1iHi.tii. 'U!'
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John Barrett.


.- I,


sEWOOD


- a wi tY Ppetor.


lOW .OPEN


U h ---:--(e Iby white Northern help,
of do amt hobads in the North, and white
1 kmt- boe M The table will be supplied
Sof the mon, cooked and served by the

Hos o tiable.,sdN.Y.
|t hepctotor Puusjmct House, Shelter Island, N. Y.


9NCEGEORGE

fla ~& Holroyd, Proprietors
" DAYTONA, FLORIDA
.d and Improved Since Last Season.

-tiful Grounds-Located on River Front


Concert Twice Daily


po-at as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park, N. J.


situation leaves Prince George dock for
every Tuesday morning at 8:00 o'clock.


EIHAMILTON


Newand First-Class.


- FLORIDA.


Electric Lights


Electric Bells


Rtoms with or without Baths.


I. L M. MABB.T IH, Prop's and Mgrs.
*' S


.THE PINES
e highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
JA.ameiates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
c flights, furnace heat, private bath. New and
m,. iiqts. MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.


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W SEASIDE INN
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
idem, Homelike and Comfortable. Directly
Surif Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and
HORACE F. STEWART
[A BEACH, FLORIDA.


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up

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HE IVY LANE INN"
i A catering to i ti most ptrtI.- cu i J .nr:ii lot-I i'.
*tfe river, less thau two Miock% from thf it -Iu-. It:.ink. p PIfe (OOand 54.)(> iwxrrdny-Sh5.14 tui(I l-iii-lv i- r i. tt
Open November to May.
Wm. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.


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Recent arrivals at the Hamilton:
Miss Hartley, Pittsburg, Pa.; Mr. and
Mrs. 0. M. Cleveland, New York; Mrs
A. R. Blood, Miss Edna Blood. War-
ren, Pa.; T. Hood Muic and wife,
Brooklyn, Mr. and Mrs. \V. IL. Cur-
tis, Chalmer Curtis and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. Hankey, Petoskey, Mich.

A bridg-e whist party was enjoyed
at The Despland last night, given by
the guests in honor of and to cel-
ebrate the birthday of Mrs. W. I.
Thompson. of Cleveland, Ohio, also
guest of the hotel. Mrs. Thompson
was pres-'ntd with a beautiful birth-
day gift, .s a n expression (of the
high regard of h,-r numerous friends.
The top score at whist was won by
Mi:;. F. If. ('anipbell. of St. Paul. and
.'Irs. 1F. \V. ('uiraldt wias awarded sec-
C( i1 l ';<. R| 'Irfs.s IIIc' .11 \4'were ser'Vt(d
Il'ter tilt ti,., ;i l u c il htful c",-
! ninliZ enIj, .ved.

Yest'c};iy'a irnlv;,,.ls at The Ridge-
Soo(.l inclt(1-.: Kyvle .1. Kinkead, De-
Land: Mrs. (. Quiggle, Miss Mil-
dired Quiggl,'. Miss Svlviliolles, Mi s
Isabelle Towne, Miss A. Towne, Hart-
ford, Conn.; W. C. Langford, Jackson-
ville; Mrs. R. W. Kempshall, J.
Kempshall. Peoria, Ill.; E. P. Megler,!
Mrs. Margaret Megler, Columbus, 0.;
M. T. MlcEldowney and wife, Winches-
ter; Mr. and Mrs. I). P. Alpany, PlaiL-
field; ('has. WV. Many, Chas. B. Many,
Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. Frank G.
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John G. W\Vood.,
child and maid, Mrs. John Boy-dell,
Detroit, Mich.


Yesterday's arrivals at The Dis-
pland include: E. S. Kelley, St. Jo-
seph, Mo.; John Alcott, St. Augustine,
F. I). Miller, Birmingham. Ala.; Mir.
iand Mrs. (ehlert, Geo. B. Nayer and
Iwife, I' ,nton Harbor. Mich.; Mr. and
SMrs. .\Ah.x. P. Maynard. lBostoni; .,,,in
1P. FlThompson, Mr. and Mrs. I. Allb't
Scfhwari; M1iss< Lou;so (,. Sch.witrz, 3 Ir.
a: t ar.
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jo<\ed 8 lf'8uttil l "'li ;i't'" party 11 ill ,I
parlors (of this hii(lsd-ine hlotl last
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W, 3.M. .l@Twias &o. "a -13U a w =d o m
USUAL WEEKL. PAM=& DMacDOUU.sLs PftW&


J. C. Vertre, a prom Palat-
klan was in the city yesterday, reg-
Istered at The Depland.

G. F. Paddison and wife, of Eau
Galie, were in Daytona Monday, stop-
ping for the day at The Despland.

Wm. R. Conklin, president of the
Franklin Savings Bank, of New York,'
arrived in Daytona Monday and iS
stopping at The Ibesplin4..

J. P. Carter, who is a guest at The
Despland during his stay in Daytona,
is custodian of the Security Safe De-
posit Co., of New York, which posi-
tion he has the distinctionof having
held for twenty-five years.

Mr. and Mrs. Win. L. Curtis, Chal-
mers Curtis and wife and Mr. and Mr
C. F. Hankey, a party from Petoskey,
Mich., who are interested in the St. I
Cloud colony, near Kissimmee, arrived
in the city from that place Saturday
and are located at The Hamilton.


An example of a newspaper man
who has risen high in another profes-
sion Is afforded by John Barrett, who
has been director of the international
bureau of American republics since
December. 190.


May Be President of Mexico.

General Bernardo Reyes, Named to
Succeed Diaz.


General Bernardo Reyes, who is now
in Europe, is one of the leading states-
men of Mexico and is looked upon in
some quarters as tho I locial successor
to President Diaz.



Charles E. Townsend.

Michigan Congressman an Author-
ity on Railroad Questions.


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Pride Oleo, In rolls.. .. 30c
N. Y. State Cream Cheese .. .. 25c
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New Potatoes ** ** ** per peck, 40c
English Walnuts, new crop--lb..20c
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Pears, evaporated .......... 20c
Oranges, per dozen, ........ 15c
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Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions,
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Carrots, .. ........ all 5c bunc
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Cranberries .. .. 13c qt., 2 for 25c
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Captain Graham L. Johnson is the
representative of the Infantry arm of
the service on the staff of President
Taft. Hlie Is a native of Alabama.


Henry S. Graves.


Successor of Gifford Pinchot as
Chief Forester.


I which to spend the winter


Daytona


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= the Prettiet Resort in


the Beauty of the City

f the Universe left It.


as


ei nr(, S. Gra\xes, successor of Gif-
'Jotd Pinchot as chief forester of the
United, States, was formerly associated
with the removed official in the gov-
ernment service. Mr. Graves has been
director of the forestry school of Yale
university.


Captain Daniel Van Voorhis.


President's Aid Figures at
House Functions.


White


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SRb-body wa km o c orj
t but 1 lawli. egs prrgudPot d from
begh o tt~am locew, triangle
w* a trte's mt haMb -mal vwhe It
, aad waved a fmhale tare-
Sto tMe p ag uoderwatr world.k
N tur. wa* a ag tim m In msti-
i hbs trrapin, bat It w a happy
lbW. H whofe body bWtmk eon-
" fly, &Wd be waved Isa for legsw
With a aremsang uU t a motion x-
Oky Uk that of a child at the .brt.
Thm be wagged bi bead l*eoamjy
f.m side to side. as a wise turtle
might who ftels that ascb good
-meibes are put up by fateo enuy for
th kWwig ooe of thi watery
Wi, and pum- ed blm f m halfway
UndWr the rooft of a tuusock for a
Ba> "


A Daring Augum-,
A quick witted and daring lawyer
M"oce saved a guilty client from sure
onvla ctio on a charge of potoning.
It was proved that the poloning had
been done by means of certain cakes.
a portion of which was produced It
court. When the counsel for the priL-
oner had finished his speech he said:
"And these, gentlemen of the jury.
are some of the alleged poisoned
cakes. We declare to you. gentlemen
of the jury, that they are not poisoned
cakes. They ire as harmless cakes as
ever were made. and In order, gentle-
men of the jury, to show you that
these cakes are not poisoned I will eat
one of them right here in your pres-
ence." And he did eat one. He took
good care, however, to leave the room
at the earliest opportunity and to
make a bee line for an adjoining room.
where he had an emetic In readiness
and an antidote. But the jury never
heard about the emetic or the anti-
dote until the lawyer's client had been
acquitted.


What He Saw.
"Do tell me something about Mr.
Oldplot's latest play!" said the young
lady Qu the bottom stair at the dance.
"They say the climax at the close of
the third act's superb. Won't you de-
scribe it to me as you saw it?"
"I will," grimly consented the young
man with the split white kid gloves.
"The heroine came slowly on anl
knelt, dagger in hand, behind a clump
of pink ribbons. Then the hero emerg-
ed from a large bunch of purple flow-
ers, and as soon as she perceived himn
she fell upon him, stabbed him twice
with a handsome hatpiu, and he sank
back into a beautiful aigret."
I"What ind the world are you talking
-b&ut?" exclaimed the fair listener.
.*'Well," replied the narrator, "you
see, the lady In front of me refused to
move her hat, and that is Just how
the scene appeared to me."-London
Scraps.
One of Florence's Jokes.
That genial comedian W. J. Florence
had a habit of promising a man a fish
or some game when he was about
starting on a hunting or fishing trip.
Day after day would pass. and the
game would not be forthcoming. But
almost every day a letter or telegram
would come saying that Florence had
not forgotten; that Florence was just
about sending the ga me; that there
was no cause for worry, as a tine tish
or deer was on its way to thie express
office. At first this s,licitousncss
would cause coulrteolls letters alli l tlt,-
grn ims in return. As Itif (V 1;ty '-'il
lon.gr tlhe vietitm ,,i L ir il i T
and w would (li Th l I P e I :' ,iV Iv K ',w t''l
by l111--o fslieS 4'! ncr, '"t! tL'
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Qu'?n't Hy-ymrs.
I 'o r u ln -.Y : l i~ y 't' s < ti ,: ,. ;>ti \ : ,,,i

century. here is a;i iivst:l m'it:
\Vhat sigId upon ,arthl i- so ft!irI
Not all the tay iHaeantr that hreattht
CFan with a dead budy compare.
It seems strange that de'tth should
have been th e occasion for a touch of
unconscious humor in a hymn. In the
collection entitled "'iymns, Ancient
and Modern." there was and possibly
still Is the following verse:
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WE CONFESS

We admit it frankly the Merchaonts Bank wante yewoa Ides. But we aIm.,
cm assure you that in return for your businessM, ths bank nt a*y se a si ek
which we believe almost perfect, but questionedd security awr evay de" .r ru-|
ed to oar care.
In cold, umnassumij ures, here is oar guarantee to every depomitor rejrd.
less of the amount he may have in this bank.


Capital .
Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders Liability


0 $100,000.00
0 50,000.00
S. 100,000.00


Total, $250,000.00


$250.000. That amount stands between your deposit md
any possible loss.


We repeat:


This bank wants your business.


Merchants Bank


(Branch of Volusia County Bank)


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


Daytona, Florida


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STI LES PATIh5 JUST RECEIVED.

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Ciimuimeiry Buter. 34c lb.
flittB Pkntt Hams, 2~22 Ib.,
-Litmel 8xMtkod Hams, 19c Mb-.
LAWrel rSmIoked Bacon, 28c ib
SRalston's Whole Wheat Flour,
12 Ibs. for 50c
S Silver "Skin Onions, 5c quart
Granulated Sugar, 17 lb, $1
7 Pkgs. Grandma's Washing
Powder for 25' cts.


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'Phone 119.


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wIol alo framo your, Pctur, fix
your- lamps and umbrellas, sharpen
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I alimt anytb~lfrtht is out of whack
S. In fact, f4o iy want call on
SBARNES
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PROGRAM
'Aesw the Istums.-Sbowu
hi The Pa-a Cmal and
ter terestia incidences
a the work.
Muriae of Nahamrazah's
Nephew
(mind Pahed)
Two Cums looking for Wives
Nature Fakirs
Dear Old Grqrdm2

THOSE. W. LANE
Singing and Monologue


ILLUSTRATED SONG


MUSIC BY WOODS' ORCHESTRA

Us piycta shown by us -less they
m .bem passed npan by ihe New
Tok Poice Ceaser board.


Mrs. G. B. Seaman entertains with
cards this afternoon at her home on
Rldgevood avenue.

Benjamin Foltz went to Winter Park
the latter part of last week to take a
course at Rollins College.

Chas .Clarke, who. with his wife,
has been located on Bay street for,
a time, left today on his return north.'


J. R. Collins and wife came in last
Friday night from Kansas City., and
are visiting with Mr. Collins' mother
on Palmetto avenue.


**FOR EXCHANGE-:.' good lots; fo
automobile. Addreb IBox 4"12 1 I-at


Next Saturday


THE LYMAN TWINS


In a bit new girl show


The Prize Winners

Car load o f gorgeous scenic equipment


PIETV GIRLS


BEAUIJ~f UL COSTUMES


A Big Musical Surprise


Seats on Sale at Hankins'
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 [rait and how it is
banrdled. Your orders solicited
Special attention giveu to lillin_ orders
by the box [or shipment.
MUNROE GROVES,
George H. Munroe.


**Middleton, good sign painter.

henry Davis, colored, aged 30, died
Monday night. The body will be bur-
ied tomorrow at Mt. Arrarat.

Mrs. A. R. Birch and daughter, Ruth,
and mother, Mrs. Lanning, of Milwau-
kee, Wis., are recent arrivals at The
Magnolia.

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

D. N. Dunlap and wife, of Fontanell
Iowa, are among the recent arrivals
in Daytona, and are located at the
Waldron home, on Ridgewood.

*FOR SALE-$5,500; a modern
1-room cottage centrally located, fully
furnished, furnace, hot and cold wa-
tcr, bath room and laundry. Address
Box 523, Daytona. d-1l-4-t


The Uncle Sam made its first trip,
Sunday afternoon, with about sixty
excursionistis. As the boat passed


LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
6:22 today; 6:21 tomorrow.

THE WEATHER.
For Eatmrn Florida: Partly cloudy
tonight and Wednesday; warmer to-
night, except in extreme northwest
portion; brisk east to south winds be-
coming higher over northwest portion.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Peck spent
Sunday at Ormond, visiting with Mrs.
H. B. Parsons, Mr. Peck's sister.

**LOST-On Sunday, February 13,
a small black leather purse. Please
call at this office and claim reward.
15-1t


Mrs. Ayres and daughter, Louise,
who have been spending sometime on
Ridgewood avenue, are now visiting
in St. Petersburg.

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Colby and A. G.
Weatherbee and daughter, Miss Em-

ma, were in the city from Ormond
Monday, making the trip in Mr. Wea-
therbee's launch, Wauchusett.

H. Y. Stillman recently purchased,
through J. C. Butler, two lots of Wm.
Hammond, located on West Volusia
avenue, and two on North Beach St.,
from G. W. Kingston.

Mrs. L. B. C. Davenport, of Hollyi
Hill, went up to Jacksonville, Sunday,
to meet some friends from the North
and spend a few days with them at
St. Augustine.

The WV. C. T. U. meeting will be'
held the last Friday in the month,
Feb. 25th, and not next Friday, as
\\as generally announced( at. the
church, s Sunday, through a mistake
i; h, t i, n dat:,.


A.Lii's May. colored, (lied Sunday
night at the Industrial School, of lock-
jaw, caused by running a nail in his
foot. The remains were shipped to
his home in Jacksonville this after-
noon.

Mrs. James C. Brown, of Shamoak-
in Valley, Pa., who was the guest of
Mrs. H. G. Porter, for several days,
departed Monday morning for St. Au-
gustine, en route to her northern
home. Mrs. Brown had been making
a tour of the State and stopped here
on her return from the lower coast.

Mrs. Chas. Anderson, who has been
conducting the Riverside, on Beach
street, has given up the house, and
left Sunday for Wilmington, N. C.
Mrs. Julia Martin came over from Sea-
breeze Monday afternoon to take pos-
session, and will spend the rest of the
winter there.


AN AUTOMOBILE PARTY
CAPTURED BABY COON.
T. B. Collins while out with a party
in his car Sunday afternoon caught a
small raccoon on the New Smyrna
road and brought it home in the lamp
of the machine.
The little animal was seen to climb
a tree at the roadside and one of the
party shook it from the tree and Mr.
Collins caught it in his gloved hands.
A negro who saw the other 'coon
in the lamp of the machine while on
the way home could hardly be persua-
ed that he was not "seeing them
again."


To Get His Money's Worth.
In a village near Edinburgh there
lived an old baker and his son. T'beir
trade was in a flourishing condition.
but unfortunately in the midst of their
prosperity the old man. who bad once
been a great drinker, turned insane.
The son. who was renowned for his
love of money, was forced to put him
in a lunatic asylum and. according to
the terms of the establishment, to pay
a fee for three months in advance.
amounting Ito O). The old man was.
scarcely in a fortnight, however.
when he died. The son, thinking to
raise an action against the establish-
mient for the recovery of the. as he
termed it, unused money, inquired of
an old lawyer who was a bit of a wag
whether he thought it would be pru-
dent to try to recover the money or
not. The chil) of the law. putthig on a
grave face. replied seriously. "'D'ye no
think it wad h)e best to gang and put
in the rest o" the rime yersel'?"


He Saw a Great Light.
Wrecks on the coast of Cornwall.
England. w(ere onc(. a source of reve-
nue to the natives. A writer says
that in the lon!al dialect "the folks on
the coast tai(ch their children to zay
in their prayers night times, 'God bless
father an' mother an' zen(l a ship ta
shore vore morning.' The Cornishli
folk were great smugglers too. The
Rev. R. S. Hawker had in his service
as man of all work old Tristram Pen-
tire, the last of the smugglers. One
day he made to the vicar this notable
confession: "Well, sir, I do think.
when I come to look back and to con-
sider what lives we used to live-
drunk all night and idle abed all day.
cursing, swearing, fighting, gambling.
lying and always prepared to shoot
the gauger-I do really believe, sir, we
surely was In sin!"


Brought Down the House.
On one occasion, when Arthur Rob-
erts, the English actor, was perform-
ing the part of Captain Croastree in
the burlesque of "Black Eyed Susan"
at Glasgow he converted an awkward
contretemps into a hit. In one of the
scenes Crosstree entered supposed to
be inebriated and staggered about the
stage. In doing so Mr. Roberts acci-
dentally came in contact with the
scenery of the inn. bringing the whole
set down. The curtain had to be low-
ered. and the vivacious comedian
came to the front and said. "Ladie


Geo. M. Campbell and daughter, of and gentlemen, you see when we come
Joliet, Ill., are in the city for a few to Glasgow we always bring down the
days' visit with Hon. George H. MIur,. house."
roe and family, having stopped on Belated.
their way to Nassau and Cuba. They "I understand that F.-allman has
will probably stop on their return for come to the conclusion to contest his
a longer visit. Mr. Campbell is a geae wife's will."
eral contractor and vice president of "Well, what is there courageous
the Jolint National Bank. I about that? She's dead. isn't she?"
the Joliet National Dank.


Hotel Despland Barber Shop and
HAIR DRESSING PARLORS
Miss Fairbanks
Specialist in Ladies' Hair Dressing, Mani-
curing, Electrical Facial Massage and Surgi-
cal Chiropody.
Work IPont nt R-s.idenc-vs Iv Appointmnt.
Telephone 5:;.

H. T. McCLELLAN


Manufacturo-r of


WINDOW and DOOR FRAMES and WINDOW
and DOOR SCREENS, Miuios Furniture.
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The Fate of the Oneida.
One of the most extraordinary catas-
trophies that have befallen vessels of
the United States destroyed the sloop
of war Oneida In 186). She was bound
homeward, with a jolly ship's com-
pany. eager to see wives and sweet-
hearts and native land onm-e more.
when not far out of port she was
struck by the British steamer Bombay
coming in. The stem of tlw, Bomubay
cut off the stern of the Oneida. 'T'he
ship was sinking rapidly, and guns of
distress were Immediately tired. lIrb
the Bombay steamed on tier way am.,I
left the vessel to her doom. She went
down, and all but ,ne or two of hr
crew were drowned. The captain of
the Bombay gave no other reason for
,his conduct than that he had Ladv
Eyre, the wife of a dlstingui.Mihed B.ri-
ish satrap, on board and did not wis
to disturb her nerves with scenes "f'
shipwreck. He was mobbed when he
reached Yokohama, dismissed from
the service, socially tnbooed ,Mnm th-ir


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