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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 16, 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: VID00435
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FKTZWUPATPl & OATES
~.Mtm"s *aad Co~asnlors at LeW7
7*0aIFa1lties for E. nila
_IS Nrfed saglkand Tltes
sonadDfLadiag 'Pos5


Isn't it


GOODS AT
: k tTil PRICES
-aoto Treat You Right.
Us B Y oo Jewelers.
L H ROWE & CO.


'aim


To figure out a place tork Refrigerator, Ice Box


NITO SEINArT

I AWAY- HS FRIENDS WOULD FEEL SET-
.| 9J36D1 TEItABOUT THE QUESTION IF
WOOO THS KNEW ROOSEVELT'S IN-
'ENTIONS.


bift Pifod
Mr~v. Phil-
~- out.
inare
r-Abe dayh
bwodave


bdlvision |
and the
wi n no
at much
south end

aytoma very
as a man of
bans the rep
all of
the sale.

NGs;
EUROPE
of Boston,
w0taeat the
wved a let-
Tufts Vooi-
earoute from
rM V to visit
t e took unto
Wed to Miss
"AMhter of
d~rlnwnr Mr r


ALBANY, N. Y., Feb. 16-It is ex-
pectd that Senator Chauncey M. De-
pWs boom for re-election will be for-
,oUy launched here tomorrow night,
*b the Senator will be the chief
maker at the annual dinner of the
Albany County Republican Organ-
Iatosa. Senator Depew recently con-
claded that he wanted to return
to the Senate, While the Republican
party In this State has not yet de-
elied whether it will permit him to
do o. The prospects for his sue-
cea, however, appear somewhat
brighter than they did a while back.


Timothy L. Woodruff, who has had
ematorial aspirations for a long
t0me, has announced that he will
keep out of Depew's way and has
accepted an invitation to speak in the
Senator's behalf at the dinner to-
morrow night. Representative J. Slot
Fassett, another man who has bten
willing to go to the senate for a long
time, has also assured Senator De-
pew that he will keep out of the race.
S Senator Depew and his friends
could plan more accurately if they
Knew what Colonel Rooseve:t intends
to do when he gets back from Africa.
Some of the former President'
Sfrlends here are quite certain he will
desire to go to the senate.
SWhile the Republicans are trying
Sto decide whether they shall retain
Sthe services of Mr. Depew, the Dem-
Socrats are expressing the hope of be-
I ng able to capture the legislature
a elect a Democratic senator.


JEIhESi CLEANED UP
AGMIK A f UUM4f*


or Water Cooler. Remeibe


r we have the one


you desire.


Gruber-Morris Hardware Company
"If' youo.4't trade witi s e both lcse money."


VETERAN


CELEBRATES


70TH BIRTHDAY.

HENRY WATTERSON IS TODAY
RECEIVING CONGRATULATIONS
FROM FRIENDS AND ADMIRERS


ALL OVER THE WORLD.


LOUISVILLE. Ky.. Feb. 16- Henry
Watterson, the veteran editor of the
Courier-Jounal, and often referred to
as the foremost journalist of the
South, celebrated the seentieth an-
niversary of his birth and was the re-


cpient of many congratulations. Fam-
ily bereavements and failing eyesight
have combined to cause the veteran
editor to relinquish active work al-
most wholly during the past year, but
his interest in public affairs Is as w,
tive and his pen as ready, when he
chooses to use it ,as in the stirring
days of his youth when he was edit-
or of the saucy "Chattanooga Rebel."
Mr .Watterson was born in the
storm center of national politics, at
Washington, February 16, 1840. In
consequence of defective eyesight,
which has always troubled him, he
was sent but little to the public
schools, but received much careful
education at home. At the commence-
ment of the war he enlisted in the
Confederate army and became chief


if Scouts for Gen. Joseph E. Jo
At the end of the war he ma
vay. practically penniless, to


START ON LONG HUNTING TRIP ville, where a few years late
joined \V. I). Haldeman in the
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 16 James paper enterprise which made
J. Jeffries arrived here today from and fortune for both of them.
Duluth. where he recent y finished ha Mr. WVatterson became act
theatrical engagement, and will start poli.is in 1S72. and between
immediately on a long hunting trip. tim I and I', no democratic
Jeffries has made nearly $60,000 clear r f0,1Aavs writtenn \\ without liis a
oat of his theatrical eng.ageent Jut ( ,usel lie t)resided over thi
closed, while his last ye r i's profits t -, \i, h i ii (iui ,a1 ,,d 'likde
came close to $1 (eto lie is there- p1ol!iil l a a ladt-r ;int
lore telling hini friend t uia lie % ill jt 'rta -l':'ilra1" ut til Ili c' (o IVelit
not have to worry o\.e: tikaaicial mat- ]vi,;. \\lii1 lb kh !!iileate1il \Villi
tears agaiii. flfc'lrit .- i. i ra ni .n 1", ,; u ili a flt 'e si,\ i phl i
el'ffort ill lee t. '- ii v i i. \ ie.'ti t mll, i lI, l ii 1'o:ii t \\"a l
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OVERSPREAD


BY GLOOM.

SITUATION ALMOST AS BAD AS
DURING THE FORMER CRISIS-
MUCH OF CITY MUST AGAIN BE
DISINFECTED.
PARIS, Feb. 16-The food situa-
tion has again assumed a serious as-
pect today, forcing the st'cond evac-
uation of houses in Altortville and
other suburbs. Most of the work ac-
complished has been for naught and
cQnditions are almost as Lad as dur-
ing the former crisis.
The Seine is rapidly rising and has
now reached a height of 192 feet.
It is expected to reach 24 feet by to-
morow arwithin four feet of its
fear 1at the flood may surpass its
former records.
Hundreds of people area gain flock-
ing into the city and another month's
idleness of the river-front factories
is certain. Much of the city must
be redisinfected.


LIQUOR MEN TO ABOLISH


DIVES AND GROGGERIES.


CONVENTION OF DISTILLERS AND


)hnston
hnston BREWERS NOW IN SESSION IN
tde his
Louis- ST.LOUIS PLAN TO IMPROVE
er he
news- CONDITIONS.
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that
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MARYLAND AMUSEMENT
CO. IN FULL BLAST.


St. LOUIS, Feb. 16 To abolish
dives, immoral resorts and low grog-
cries is the object of liquor dealers,
brewers and distillers and others in-
terested in the trade who gathered
here today to take part in the annual
meeting of the Nationual Modcl li-
cense League. Additional s, .-ui ()!..-.
'ill be held ttoiorrowi ali Friday.
This is the third allitiatl con'O int i<'II
0,, thvi lle te llb .' iTi (i'r-'a1 ia.t:( ti
;tnd \w ill br, 0.i ,ti,' l fti .-l,i rhet, !
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HENRY I


IS AGAIN


THE PRESIDENT.

WILL PRESIDE OVER CITY COUN-
CIL FOR ANOTHER YEAR -COM
MITTEES NAMED ME VA-
CANCIES. '
Henry Schmidt was unanimously
elected president of the City Council
Monday evening. No other business
of importance was transac(ted.
!
President Schmidt has announced
the appointment of the following
committees for the ensuing year:
Finance-E. T. Conrad and G. A.
Klock.
Streets and Public Improvements-
E. J. Mills, S. \V .O'Brlen and H. E.
Burdick.
Sanitation-Dr. G. A. K:ock and
S. \V. O'Brien.
Building-H. E. Burdick and E. J.
Mills.
Ordinance-S. WV. O'Brien and E.
T. Conrad.
There are still vacancies on some of
committees which will be filled soon
as a member of the council is elected
in place of L. G. Lyman, who refus-
es to qualify.


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Dentist
oscal Sueb owk
ift City Ball


ELKS TO GIVE


THRI EE OTHER


CHARITY BALLS,

FIRST TO BE GIVEN AT PRINCE
GEORGE, WASHINGTON'S BIRTHr


DAY


-TWO OTHERS TO POL.


LOW.


The charity ball given by the Ioal
lodge of the Benevolent and Prote-t.
ive Order of E'ks New Year's ev%.
met with such popularity that it Uha
been decided to give three more tht
season. The first will be at the Princa
George hotel the night of Washing.
tens 'birthday. and two others w
follow later in the season-one at them
Ridgewood, and the other at the Dee
pland. All will be invitation affahn,
with tickets at $1.00 a couple.


THE HALIFAX RIFLES


ELECT NEW CAPIAL


FIRST SERGEANT L. J. COWAN It


ELECTED CAPTAIN


OF MIL.


ITARY COMPANY TO SUCCEED


CAPT. N. H. CLARK.


'AtL a meeting held for the purpo4a,
Sat the Armory Tuesday night, Fint
LINE TO B Sergeant L. J. Cowan was elected to
R iPLINE TO n E i the office of captain of Company K.
I NAURlATED OVER SEA. to succeed Capt. Neville H. Clark.r
signed.
EGLAR LINE TO BE For some tin.e the interest of th
REGULAR LINE TO BEOPERATED; ^,^^ cmpn a o
Pt members ot the company has BOnt
BETWEEN LONDON AND PARIS, been very keen, and attendance iat
1 drills has been light, and Captain
ACCORDING TO STATEMENTS Clark, wh.) found the same conditiem
MADE TODAY. when he assumed command, spoka
vIery earnestly to the members proa
LONDON. Feb. 16-Channel aerial cnt at th.- election, urging them t*
issenger service will be operating support the new officer, if they real%
ithin a year, according to statement ly wished to continue the organlia-
ade today by the Paris London' tion.
aerial company. Negotiations were Sergeant' Cowan is conceded to be a


begun today for sheds at Dover, the
terminal of the English Channel. The
company will use aeroplanes and diri-
gibles .


PURELY A COINCIDENCE;


MAY PROVE GOOD OMEN.


THE COMMENCEMENT 3F WORK
FOR THE NEW CLARENDON ON
ANNIVERSARY OF FIRE MERE-


LY ACCIDENTAL.


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strong man for the position and wil
pull the boys together and hold te
company organization if it is possl
ble to do so, but he must have the
earnest support of a majority of the
members and a regular attendance ati
drills, and if properly supported he
will make a strong company of the
Halifax Rifles, and otherwise, dt*
bandment starts then in the face.
The members themselves must make
the choice.


"LOVE ONLY A TEMPORARY


NERVOUS AFFECTIOIL"


SO DECLARES A MEDICAL EX-
PERT TESTIFYING iN A CHICA.


GO MURDER CASE.


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NEVUE K-CLARK
OPTOmETRisT.


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EDITOR PARIS AGAIN


NOTED


IUUN FASI TWAK.

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LOS ANGELES TODAY AND WILL


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i!^jjB-.By L. C. DEMARE. y
-O Ie of t to wa crwiu 41o-
B i1^' '- llp jiW'"^ frims In her Incomparable beachi. NO
^Hi^-Lii~mm -S -to at amo who ever sot foot upon its
ilH HDK 2 s1 mooth, packed sands; no one who
Ser pedaled a bicycle over its ex-
'S...-...= *.- *pan"; no one who ever drove aj
.... "WEN prancing pair of horses and listen-i
ed to the popping of their steel shoes I A
/ '" W A D upoU its asphaltum-like face; no one
M-"S.E L.AUMRY a R,
't.l- SSS e,]K & RDR who ever steered a high-power au- n
mY i -------,,F.....A.---
...... |Ight irts ......10 tomobile down the broad stretch of In
W Woolen Shirts 10..
Ui .S-rts. ... ,wave-washed and surf-packed sand tM
........ a Drawers .... .....V
tL.--. ..| ws .per pair S but realized that it is a world-beat- M4
e lB O.fl..2 Handkerchlefs. er, a world-wonder. Go stand upon
... s wide speedway and see the hap-
-tI2 l i i0illnlFre"thsseteap


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m~. St~dGoods,
&a- UGOODS. o
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pyy ouls 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
pictIresque surroundings? Nearly a
mile \,de. fringed with tropical vege-
tation. artistic cottages with roomy
verandas looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless num-
burs t,,Akoning, as it were, to those
with rod and reel; her bosom fleck-
Ad with duck and coot and snowy-


BWA1S I I winged sea birds, which sit about as
3. 36Neeh Deach street. a
m or~**.~0 i f for the sport of bobbing upon the
waves; watch that lubberly old
-- white headed pelican pouch a fat
JP -S--I mullet, and that fish hawk struggling
MACS A 6 upward with his floundering load he
T N PAL STUFF snatched from the water.
S See the beautiful launches, spick
MAIS 0 and span. their hampers and lockers
A TBN bulging with refreshments both solid
iaoMMMMon **O **om To and liquid ready for a cruise upon th
- I beautiful surface. Take out your field
E-O glass and sweep the river from
MOKA RIVER and Ormondg bride to Ponce Park
NEW SMYRNA Iliht house then say whether the
SeaSteasers Halifax isn't a thing. of beauty and
UNCLE SAM ad CHEROKEE 1a jo, forte'er, and o:.e orf thie ,uod-rn
Largest. Fn ,--t ni -. E FNI s'I. r ,, td rs.
Vier. L. 1. I.IF: N\ HoI1 1
m -uom omomomomomomo The EnchantirgIy Picturesque Ridge-
.............. .. ood.

FOUR CYCLE
0 (ifa Mri YEngs : a Uro, rid-e. st.raiht a's the crow
|LA 1V1D Mariuc Engines ^ ^
SH. C. Thompson. Agent '- ,... ,. -
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E. T. PITCHER m :', a:.d
F HAVANA CIGARS 0 ,. 1 .(- iia.,-
North Beach St.. Daytona, Fla. U I ; .. .u l a .: pat- i'h
A CALL FOR MY CIGARS -.. dri{---, et a. '"'"
Clear Havana Smokers 5c. ,..,! a ,ir it et- *i t t tol'
hi nf'in h arid tIIn *0o tl -ft y)(u see dis-
--o-u-eio0ioUo-olomolo 3 t u,,i,<,'.1 ,..t a-e ,lio)-! in rithe nost
F JACOB ESPEDAHL hL 't .....
X -Contractor and Builder tU 1 ,. ;" .
3 Designer and Craftsman m .!:,l., V ch natur't-!;e l.;, varni_-,.' 'd
I,'a h u ,,ld a-id
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r OSCAR MICHAEL '' : -.
S CONTRACTOR n ... -,ei
*Filling and Grading :,.:..- ..: v,. ,
Hcavv Hauhu< a Specialtv. U t,. '.'d .. .. *
--SurpassirgBeauty ofOur Cottage
o -no *onono | none o ; 4 o homes.
F'GOOD MEAT No one of Daytona's attractions,
lBaIR HWO.OD' perhaps, commiund more nearly uni-
(BIRCHWOOD'S ^f I versal attention and praise than does
Our Beef. Lamb, Pork the artisic cottage The owners of


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JOHN M. SHEELEY
A Speddo-d
Interior Decorating.
Orders KM B Left at Rewes
-eary Sire.


UTO OWNERS, ATTENTION-
We are about to enjoy another rise In
ubber. Don't you think it will pay you
ow to investigate the merits of Vulcanla-
g. With proper work you g9t one-thtrd
ore wtleage---qUite tn ltem at the present
me. Practical work done at THE UL-
LNTZlgRS, COTTA(4E AVE-rN. Win. S.
[TNretcor.
FISK TIRES for FLORIDA ROADS

FOUND AT LAST
k place on Beach Street where
on can get Hot Chocolate that's
made right and served with Whip-
ed Crem 5c a cup.
T. F. CURTIS & SON


See Dunn Bros.


25c Window.




BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS



Dr. Jno. A. Van Vahzah, Ph. G.,
Ihtvytona Ofl0,- ov-r ':Ilkl tto) 4:A11 p) I!1.
Nose, Throat, Lungs and Rhumatism treated
by the Electro-Thermnos-Vibratory Method.
it.tvt, n.'i P,-:,'H ot i', :; Ti'l V :. ;V al.z:i!h
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m X-ray and High Frequency
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DAYTONA FLA
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superficial observer. With such Mtv-
lah wealth of natural beauty it be-
came an easy thinS for the hand. of
-mn to give the fininhiPC touches
which have wrought out the colors
and outlines of the big picture.
Man did all this in the laying out
of the streets with their wide margin
of parkage. The entire city becomes
a great park, with driveways inter-
secting. miles upon mile of drive-
ways so goo% as to attract motorists
from all over the continent.
SAnd as for .the pavements, pave-
ments that look and act like granite,
-where else between the eastern
and western seas are so many miles
in proportion to inhabitants? The
pavement question stands with the
street as one of the chief drawing
cards. Till some unheard of
place reports more and better, Day-
tona throws down the gauntlet to the
world.
Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Frut.
Whatever oone's shortcomings and
however indifferent or even callous
one may be to many things, the mere
mention of "flowers and Squirrels,
birds and fruits" will send a thrill
that is reflected in distended pupils


and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare goo-
ber there is a bunny ready to come
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt
upright and knaw into the meat,
casting furtive, saucy glances at you
meanwhile.
Flowers. Usually fresh and bloom-
ing the year 'round You are reminded
of Goldsmith's couplet where


Smiling spring its earliest visit paid
And summer's lingering blossoms
are delayed.
In one yard roses of varigated hues
predomiuate; another ho,:.seLold has
a penchant for the- poiucetta and the
PremIises are ailamne; a,._o--' r s 'r--s
de in a j ongle Of tall ca!.. Va .-.
is the -'p of 1ii .::d L,' s .'.. ->
yo,. find ;t.
The b:r Is fiti in. a:id ',;:th t e:.1
Jo0 o',S I t, s h*-Kp LS' .L, : '. :I

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'The Fastest Autos ard The Fi, .est
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,!o tht roads arid the beach ar- yo'i-s
T L Florida sunshi.,tj ,s te, te
balmy ocetw breez-s ar~ eef7 e


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and -sites..
Oe oon
Oceasn Boulevard
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3tt ibncorlpomtadt
n cipaitie& The
tm pcmMi,- north amd,
distance of from three
to four miles. and
west from the sur iiv
Atlantic Ocean to the i
the beautiful tide-wak l
sets them apart from
which they have close
by means of three bridge.
Sa half-hour ferry ser v ic
Seabreeze and Daytesw.-
essentially summer ad
sorts and are making
Snew friends every year
Swho desire to escape thl
Sing extremes of heat ad
Their hotels and bo
are now receiving spl-
Sage from the most "
class of tourists. "
SThe mean average p
degrees in the summer
'in the winter, with an
Extra rise or drop of a fem
action. marks this as onse
Healthful location s in an ^
'the country, north, east,
The ocean itself, within j
beach, hard as mcadm
as a Boor, is the grtad-
although earth and air
to have entered into a
to Anhn,- its evWy
beach is the famouS
course where eery W l
away record has bl et
these records it na-lbH
without rivalry. 1
The sand of this fame.
is composed largely of tk
the coquina clam, whicrl
one-half inch long aadl
For ages Nature has
them up, washing them I
Ssurf and pulverizing t l
under the microscope
is round, unfit for z !orft
say, because its smoothaa
its holding together, yet, A
i c:ontemprlate. the very
leaves ih i' apparently
hc'>c r~unJ p'art'*;les saK|
.:* 'A j : -:c ::o. st as d
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mMuatlmdwit~h wires Of
useirn SN4Ph and telephone,
I of he!I "me as bard and
Sas a oor and over-arched by:
forest giants that grew in state-
during the lapse of by-
zfae ue&, s New bSyroa &s truly
i g of romance and rest.
I nature ereis very inviting to
twistt and pleasure-seeker. Here
IBs lobe found the best fishing and
-lli in the State of Florida.
|hs people are thrifty, the busi-
m an-terprisin and all unite
tenaig the welcome hand of
ty strangers. There are
dMcrch edifices for white people
laa equal amber for the colored
Sthe town has an Trcellent
h, a splekad public lib-
m d upo-date business houses.
an amy auaber of pretty
r the pmsnm t population
i~mbers close to 2,000, and
O vry fins winter residences.
aM% g ood hotels and boarding
were you can find accomo-
|6to meet your requirements.
jloirNiag New Smyrna is as fine a
sof vegetable land as can be
i anywhere. This land has
divided into small farms which
bhe bought at re-sonable pr ces
9 of the finest celery grown in
SState is raised on this land. All
vegetables grow in abundance,
he, too, is the home of the tam-
badian River oranges.
Mew Smyrna has no bonded in-
d-~daess and the tax levy is low.
A pint that no tourist should fail
ft visit is the ruins of the Old Span-
- Mission which stand somber and
to about one and a quarter miles
;qlflwest of New Sm'.4 na. A good
AlasWds to the place and the trip
e ealy made by an automobile.
in the great pine fiats by the
of the forest, is this place of
for the pious, this ren-
fotr e picakmu The ruins
Vs, -A whl. there is no
F-T his of their origin, it|

S by a t m di &a F thess i idays
SthM aa powerful Kingdom of
amP1 b bt g upon what
now AMm. asoiL It was built
H it Oww the r*(f beiag of the
I mtoral, -t iato tain slabs
hM v d with osuait plaster.
-ve garden sutzuunded it,
S h wre enclosed by a stone
*-1. pestles of which still remain.
toaa --ally come in parties
*rry aad curious but the spell of
S-mo-M falls upon thma and
S Baslpne to sit alone, silent and
Uiiibtive, under the arches or be-
a- the ascent well.
COiRONADO


t 4Ntd 9a t peamuuinsula opposite
ftSmyrna and is connected by a
road and bridge over the deep


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PROPRXmOa

Rates:
$3.00 per Day
Speci per
Week
Excellent Hunting
and Fishing
NEW FMYRNA
Pl (b14t lih



HOTEL

i TURNBULL
NEW RMYRNA I
FLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
Dinners for Motor-
tig Parties a
I pecialty
Rates: $2.00 per
Day and Up
SBENNETT and
HODGES
I PROPRIETOR

M. A.
GALIREATH
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW HMYRNA
FIAORIDA


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


L. C. CHISHOLMJ
Tonsorial Parlor
A ld Stl >.l t.IAI [I town11
NEW .MMi IKNA, FI ,.
Mol-s nd Wnrts
R,<-Iov-d Without
Pit n f
Pnin
KANITARV BATHS.

PURE

ICE CREAM

Cold Drinks

Th* Best of Every-
thing in Our Line


RIZY'S


New Smyrna
In the Place


ROSE VILA
Masm. H. MOELLER
Proprtetrew
Meals for Transients
a Specialty
NEW FMYRNA
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I'm Just going to
sit br'r(..and fish Pn(I
eit Ora ijngvs thlit
winter. Th',r,, tr
9031k, good (-- niIT
grounds fl-3ir 'ninz
O omei a nd Tt4 '
tent on one: ndl().it
In., Oil ?ti A


ROSET


Rat, I-~

p r d:ay $i .


'JAS. CARNELL
ORMONI-, FLA.
Manuf eturerof
Pure Home-Made

GUAVA JELLY
MARMALADES AND
TROPCAL
PRESERVES
Special Attention to
Fly Orders
HIC2iKMT AWARDS AlT
Pain Anterhlan Ex-
position-Buff.ito
# "t India kExposi-
tion--t 'liarl,'ston
Lo0tiia Ina Purchsmse



.* C. TOTMAN
4 1l Fine Groceries
Vegetables Fruits




OINDGiROVE

ORANGES
and
'Grapefruit -
Best (irowvn
l (,r i\ 'n St. .\ s
j tl O ( t ni!

S{< >TI;",1. 'l.MI ,NI'

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IOALL ON
OR WRITE TO




ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTERESTED
IN PROPERTY IN
ORMOND OR
ORMOND BEACH
H,. Will Give Your
Bus;n.,.ss Prompt
Attention


MILDRED LODGE
SForim-rlv Mildr di
Villa ,
O)l Rivr Frovnt
)ORION IP. FLA.
A First Class Mod-
ern House; Rooms
Single or En Suite;
with or without .
Private Bath. Ser-
vice and Cuisine
Unexcelled. ...
A. M. WATSON
Propr.


COOK'S GROVE

On the Ormond
Road Half Mile.
South of Ormond

One of the Finest
Grcves in Volusia
County .


, ORMOND is five miles aorth of
Daytona, located ona the western:
bank of the H0li'.: River. The io-
cation of the town permits of good
drainage and perfect sanitation; 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
trees.
The town is very cosmopolitan,
-,s, an excellent graded school. sev-
cral churches, a fine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
c:,-.fortable and convenient hotels
nd boarding houses.
O';-oud has many of the Florida
i ait: ions-fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent aultomobiling, saie 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.
SThe 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
Sense tropical forests to Spanish
ruins; drives to the ancient Cause-
way built by the slaves of planters
of lon, ago, and drives to the planta-
Stions of hospitable settlers, whose
places are replete with the interest
of Southern fruits and flowers.
SOne of these interesting planta-
tions is Number Niuc, located on the
peninsula, five miles north of the
Hotel Ormond. le]re you see a tinhue
orange grove, to,,cther with great va-
rietics ot other sab-tropical f ruits
and flowers.
Five miles further on you come to
Mound-rove, one of the finest orange
-roves in thiis section of Florida.
Moud-^rovc is on the headwaters of
the t1-ilhfax 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.

ATTAPE AND ROOM-'fS I) LET-
COTAIlGES Ful*inh, d; Modern I n-
bpr~v mfnts; on Riv"r
Fi, W 1Z- )9 V;'. )'.,"' )I, V a .t ( 'rin:'oid.


THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

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


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PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
kInc.I
OWNER of the BEST
River Front
PROPERTY
IN PORT ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands
ee...
E. F. OATES, 5-eC.,
Daytona, or
W. C. lOWes, 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
estate agency and two or three hotels.
A large number of tourists and


PORT ORANE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
C'onvenlent to Auto-
mobll* R,a' (ourws
and Bride'.
Apply to
WM. C. HOWES
Agent
Port Orange, Fii.


*VOLUSIA
COUNTY
BANK
DuLAND, FLA.
I %D

CaplI $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
President
J. B. CONRAD
Vice President
S. A. WOOD
(1ishit-h r


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


I. Wv. PERKINS


Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


Will Practice in
State and
Federal
Courts

DtLAND, FLA.


1. D. HAYNES
Grocer
DELAND, FLA.

"We Spvak for
Your Trade."


LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practicing in iall
Statr a Courts
Special funelliths for
inv>stigatlng and
perfucting titles
T)PLANI). FLA.


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


"FOUNTAIN'S"
DLAND, FLA.
---- 1
Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
GROVES
TIMBER o
TRUCK
LAND
vkud for Bargain
sht-et to

THF GOillD


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Light Granite, Buff, Red anl
Drab Brick


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DELAND, the iny n&0
V Tol usa Co1.
is Situated 23 Boiles
1 aytina a"d is r0 F m1 b l
tsr city by an mclUsat I4m *ait m
redreamatl~y as dini.-
At DeLah d is loctsd the Jo Bn
Stetson Univerity, oae of la a od-
ing educational iasti, tio a of the
South. Because of the intugs in
matters educational DgLaad is known
as 'The Athens of Florida."
Stetson iivevmity has a faculty of
50 professors and instructors. There
are over $400,000 la building and
equipment; nearly $300K0 endow-
ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
resenting an investment in building,
endowment and books, of more than
$120,000. The library is the United
States Government depository for the
State of Florida, and cou'tns over
15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one
of the newest of 16 buildings, with
its furnishings, represents an outlay
of $600000 .llijseth 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.
Tbri- from Daytom t9 I~and1
is made by autom*1'!* 1.. 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 cana 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.

B D SANDSTONE BRiCK CO.


SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSURANCE
AGENCY
DELAND, PIA.
SILAS B. WaiHT
M anaier
W. B. WELHUT.jA.
A- -'sisnt


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DLAND, ToHE ATHENS OF FLORIDA


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WELCOME


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LUMBER
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SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
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Georgtsa Clay IlnI
BondSand Bri k
DrLAND, LA.


ALLEN'S
Nt xt to Postoft
DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS
DULA.ND, FLA.


A*H. WNAI
The
Leading
GROCER
DULAND, VIA.

J. A.
ERICKSON
& co.
Largest Mtock

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P~1gab^M-4

V DaLAND, Pt&A.

Florida Wag..
Works a*&
Machine,,,
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t w o high officials (of New York state have beeau made the objects of -barg -,if ., d .t -L'.i: .- ;"(." ,."
re l They are JoUmtam P. Allds, president pro tern- of the state senate, arnd lura':e WL>:. :,r-.'ici, ir ,.
Ir uf Itkat. by virtue of his office of lieutenant governor. Senator Alids is charged b.y [;,!ni ,'.',r, ff.-,w r1em:-
S of the state senate, with taking money for aiding in the defeat of proposed highway ;e;i;iti:,. Senator Co'..
a t' JIqeu that the bribe was taken nine years ago while he aud Mr. Allds were fellow ieiiemb,-rs of the assembly
e charge Is denied absolutely by Mr. Allds. Mr. White Is accused of being involved in a fiian,:ial transaction
WiLeby the control of the People's Mutual Life Association and League of Syracu.e, N. Y.. an insurance organiza-
H@Ib mid to have been transferred without regard to the interests of its members. The chargee is obtainedd in
4 teport of State Superintendent of Insurance WI'Allam H. Hotchkis. Mr. Whites secretary d.:red that the $24u,-
0 which the lieutenant-governor received was paid to him for acting as counsel and to % to him by John Tevis of Louisville. Ky., who bought the control of the ,

Ti OWINl IMPAE[NT


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OVER LONG DIUAY.


SUMMONS SENATORS TO WHITE
HOUSE AND URGES THAT LEG-
ISLATIVE MATTERS BE HUR-


ELA WAR ON Il TH The Lottery Mania.
VThe first lottery un record in Eng-
I1ETM f f p i land was drawn in Lo Indon in 15u '.
UII[T ED KlIU COMPANY. tbe pro.-eed beir., d-voted to public'
purposes. F,-ur L'u: dro-d tbhoisand lot,
were drawn fr tie prizes (f cash aril
IDEPENDENT CIGAR DEALERS Silver l,!ate..,rid f.,r f-,ur ruirLb.s t,)tb
ing el.- \v::! ",s .,ugtLt or talked of. arnd
AND DRUGGISTS TODAY PLAN- the d-light ,f the winuers anId the
Despair of the uIfortiuates seemed
NING TO STOP ALLEGED MON-fexu ak .,-.r:,rl,. A r,.rfe.t ,,i-


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G.eo. F. CmwcC3. UPLON -, I
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the creature to cover its es' ape. Some
naturalists say that the fluid is brown
lsh.b, which becomes more credible whbon
we know that this Is the source of
sep:a. The pigment Is really a powder
which diss,,lvws in water. Its srrengrli
may be estimated by the fact that it
wi, color l.,mo times its own buu!
WVhea t ,p ctoipus has been killed TI,
s.vk or tha- is rerLoved aud dried to
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PRINCE GEORGE
& a
pard & Horoyd, Piopzaictors
DAYTONA. FLORIDA
a"d taproved Since Last Season.
Wl Grounds-Located on River Front
Comcert Twice Daily
Ms THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park, N. J.

Itution leaves Prince George dock for
ry Tuesday morning at 8:00 o'clock.


o!HAMILTON


New.and First-Class.


rOATONAI


- FLORIDA.


Electric Lights


Electric Be


Ils


Rooms with or without Baths.


I M. MABBETTE, Prop's and Mgrs.


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STHE PINES
Womst point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
odates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
[-.-Sts, furnace heat, private bath. New and


~SEASIDE INN

MWD FURNISHED COTTAGES f
kdi.ru Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on
Suf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
SHORACE F. STEWART
UKA ,CL FLORIDA.


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HE VYLANE INN"
lot ~nUIUCtothegmogt particulartr pople. Central location.
AolftwIerlow Uhnm two blocls from the clunI. hnnk, post oftihe.
ON"& ")and4900 per dmy-S16A'i aind higher pt-r wet-k.
Open November to May.
Urmn W FtT-T7 -Prtonrietor,.


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Dr. Houghton gave a Vlctor recit-
al at Ivy Lane Inn last night which
was much enjoyed by the geusta.

J. E. Diamond and wife, of Minne-
apolls, Minn., were temporary bojoun-
ers at Ivy Lane Inn the first of the
week.

After getting the preliminary work
of hearing the ground for the new
Clarendon undew way, Dr. E. L Pot-
ter left yesterday afternoon for New
York ,from which city he returns to
Los Angeles.

Among the recently arrived season-
guests at Ivy Lane Inn the following
are noted: Mr .and Mrs. Fred M. Ta;-
Icr, Barton H. Taylor, Mrs. Henry
Kohl, Albert Seeger Kohl, Newberg,
N. Y.; I. W. Riggs, Mrs. J. F. Kraft,
I Riggs Kraft, Pittsrburg, Pa.


Among the recent arrivals at the
Saratoga Inn are: Merritt Hammond,
Jas. T. Wasson, Thos. R. Crane, Hor-
ace Vann Voast, Schenectady, N. Y.;
Chas. Van Scheick and wife, George
Van Scheick and wife, Schenectady,-
N. Y.; Jas. A. Powell and wife, Noris-
town, Pa.; Lee Stones and wife, Wa-
tertown, S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Conway, Brooklyn, N. Y.
i
The Palmetto entertained with a
heart card party Tuesday evening in
honor of its guests, Mrs. N. L. Ely,
of Peekskill, N. Y.. The parlors were
handsomely decorated in yellow jas-I
semine, palms, ferns and hearts. Six
tables were set. The first and sec-
ond ladies' prizes were won by Miss
Lula Daugherty, of Webb City, Mo.,'
and Miss Louise Brazeau, of St. Louis
The gentlemen's first and second
prizes by George Courvoisier, of New
York, and Sen. Rufus Magee, of Ind.
Refreshments were served after the
game; Senator Magee made a speech;
old folks songs were sung, and an ev-
ening altogether pleasant for old and
young was pass.d. Mrs. E'y was tho
pleasant recipiei:t of a number of
han(sme p)reselints, aiong, which was
a beau:t iftul silk wvork bW., presented
by tlie llBusy It'es.

Recenit arrivals at thle Pa'mietto are:
Mr. and1 Mrs. .1. S. Botstord, Kansas
City, Mo.; 1. \V. Rice and wife, of
Chicago, season guests of the house,
Bachelder and wife, New Hampshire,
who return season after season. A.
Bachelder and wife, New hampshire,
also season guests. W. B. Collins,
Gloversville, N. Y.; Miss Helen E.
Gilbert, Mrs. Helen E. Lantz, New
Haven, (Conn.; C. E. Argersinger,
Wnm. Makee, Jamestown, N. Y.; Mr.
and Mrs. G. S. Griswvold, New York,
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Hall, Jamestown,
N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. W\nm .iJ. Kline,
Amsterdam, N. Y; John i. McL.:,in
and wife, Inkster, N. lak.


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Roberta B. de Janon. the youug"
Philadelphia girl whose elolpement
with Ferdinand Cohen. a miidlle aged
waiter, attracted the ;atteittiin oft the
entire country, is the graindl(lnightr
of Robert Biiist. a very wealthy seeds-
man of i'hiladelphia.


Ferdinand Cohen.


Middle Aged Waiter Who Attracted
Young Heiress.


I


On the river bank,


of Day=


Beach;


Lot


100x450 feet.


The man with whhom HRoberta It de
Janon, the heiress, eloped from Phila-
delphia to Chick-o iand who w" 1ar-
rested with her is Fe'dindiiid Cohl'ii.
a waiter, about forty years of age.
He left a wife of his own age to run
away' with the young girl.


The Rev. William H. Roberts.

Presbyterian Leader, Said to Hold
Too Many Offices.


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Daily Market
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Armour Star Ham .. .. ...lb. 20c
Ferris' Bacon .. .. ........ 55
Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
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10 Ibs. $2.00
Pride Oleo, in rolls .. ........ 30c
N. Y. btate Cream Cheese .... 25c|
Swiss Cheese .. .. ........ 40c
New Potatoes ...... per peck, 40c
English Walnuts, new crop-Ib..20c
Brazils, new crop- .... .. lb...20c
Almonds. new crcp -..... lb..25c
Mixed Nuts .. ........... 20c
Florida Pecans ... ..... ......20c
Shelled Almonds,...... .... 60c
Seeded Raisins.. .. 13c lb., 2 for 25c
Currants 1...... 13c lb., 2 for 25c
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Peaches, evaporated 1........ .5c
Pears, evaporated ... ..........20c
Orances ,cr dozer,......... 15c
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Cranberries 43c qt., 2 for 25c
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Miss Marjorie could(, daughter of
George J. Gould and one of Ainerirc's
zreat.it.t iheiresses. rejected several 41f.
fers of titles and( will marry Anthotny
J. Drexel. .Ir.. imeinler of thie old lhil-
adelphia fainiily. Miss would d is in her
twentieth year.


John Bigelow.

Lawyer and Statesman, Who Was
Born Tl 1817.


in which to spend the winter


Daytona is known the


wer as the Prrttiest Resort in

W the Beauty of the City is as

dct of the Universe leHft It.


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William C. Brown.

President of the New York Ce::1t'al
Railroad.


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TieV'er tbet' 'rk has ua ship ~lwtu:i sa etli1I
Its judicious 8jippi-1t ilLI III ia
storm mnany ears aL,, a sh.li',s -.'
were all at praiyvrs %%lhen a hM' bur-,-
Into it tit (if v~ideuit laughter. [il-
Nretoveul for his ill timcd mirth ztnl:i


A Pure Drbldik


Water.


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111 4 12" f twt4..
1* ~-Ie at woamu' weight." ma*1
botblr Unru who bad mink. waletrd
.tbe S1e& "She weighed 152. pounds
Iemt4ld of 140..'
MI know that." said the clerk. -but
OW never would have forgiven me it a
bad told her so. That woman's huus
bmId died about six weeks ago. Sii
Ma2 gained even pounIds In that time.
. but to keep her In gM)d humor witt
herself I had to make her think slie
bad lost ftve. I don't know why it is.
but anybody who i has suffered bereave-
ment seem to consider it a disgrcme to
take on flesh. That woman has Hel-ii
weighed three times sinca her husband
died. She would be shocked if she
knew she bad gained right along t or-
tunately she Is too nearsighted to read
the scales herself, so it is e t": t;
make her think she is wasting away."
-New York Press.

Law and the Queen.
The quaintness of wamiy provisiotis
Of Briti:b law is curiously illtsti-r:adl
In the status of the 4iuen lof Engl..tsli
So far as her majesty's private [ii:-!
ness is concerned. she is niot ......2 d
by. the laws and customs of li,:;'
as a ilrried woman at :11l. Sthe ii h4.H
only woman iII Great Britain who bluess
not cole within the st(,('e of the mar
ried wonian's property net. The idta
it all this is that affairs of state con-
sume all the time of the king, and
therefore no responsibility for the
queen's private business rests u10on
him. If the queen contracted debts It
her husband's name he would not I.-
responsible for them. as any other
husband in the United Kingdom would.-
The king cannot be sued for debt. but
the queen can be. Should the king die
some authorities hold that the queen
could not marry again, in case she
wished to. without the license of the
king's successor.-New York Tribune.
Dog Law In Constantinople.
"'When one of the street dogs of Con-
stantinople gets too old to be of use
to the band the captain dog decides
that he is to die." says Albert Bigelow
Paine in Harper's Weekly. "A day
comes when the captain issues an edict
that lie is no longer to have food
From that day until his death not a
morsel passes his lips. With longing
eyes he looks at the others eating. itut
he mntakes nio attempt to joilt them
Now ail aIr.ztil a it of s n 'tlin^ f.ii k
his way. Tihe teli:>tI: ;irti, is ti stl',.'I,
i-he re.iclh .s tow\:rl it' iti,,rst'l. i1,ii
(c;n pt liin. \vllo overl'l, s int!;iit..,. -i':-
s h rin~k s hI. kI w itl;,,itt ;i ltiiii nl'lt t : tli
Ik ow s' the il' w I'edi:i '.- I,'(, t<. V,
told me that sle haul triei to fe't' v
of tl ,,r'r W llt'n (* ,,*! '+ *s< ;*' ** i i + r "t ,'' ; !
he \\', l l ,,!(t .*'.y "* !,,, *, :", ..-'.'.- :* : ..*
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too '." In ;t' <. ly i .: i !- -*
Vetl't.eit i i-.
"Nor is .'" :l'iairl t! t..'.l. ".y '.
tllir is ii t':lrnicr'."


WATER COMPANY.


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WE CONFESS


We admit it frakly the Merchants Ba wants yew btrim Bat weadM
can assure you that ia return for your busiess, this bank met a* N- a Mri
which we believe almost perfect, but ---estied lsenur IT er uy .r eid.
ed to our care.
Ina cold, -ussun fi es, here is owr guaratIee to very 'euoi-r rurd
less of kthe amount e ay ave i banthisak.


Capital .
Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders Liability


S$100.000.00
50.000.00
S. 100,000.00

Total, $250,000.00


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


We repeat:


This bank wants your business.


Merchants Bank


BrI' nch o. Volusia County Bank)


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


Daytona, Florida


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CRYSTAL

THEATRE

MOTION PICTURES

Open Every Day at 3:00 p. a.
PROGRAM

Acss the Iland of Ceylon
(Rand PahftLScmuic)
A Duel in Mid-Air
A Loely Bacbeldor
BiD the Bill Poster
The Dacer and the King


May's Diener


THOSE. W. LANE
Simin ad Momoloue


ILLUSTRATED SONG


J NK BT WOODS' OKUc.tCiKA

me UPI- CeA by aseds yey
im Ihmpm oeed .mby the Neo
I-Ta& Pdim CmwrBord.


DAYTONA


OPERA

HOUSE


Next Saturday


THE LYMAN TWINS


In a big new girl show


The Prize Winners

Car load of gorgeous scenic equipment


PIMm GIRLS


IAUTIfUL COSTUMIES


A Big Musical Surprise


Seats on Sale at HFnkins'
Drug Store.


Dance every Tuesday night.



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


I*o
_______- **Middleton, good sign painter.


Da


Prof. E. B. Wakefield and wife. who
left here for a two weeks' visit at'
Clermont and St. Cloud, are expect-'
ed home tonight '

*A Welch 6-cylinder, 7-passenger,
touring car for rent. Phone 112, Sar-


Subscribers falling to receive the atoga Inn Garage, George WV. P. Des-
ilyv News raularlv will confer a sardines. 25-tf


favor by reporting the omission to
the office.

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stanley re-
turned Tuesday afternoon from a
plkesant visit of a week or more at
Miami an4 Palm Boach.


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

The Actors' Child League left yes-
! terday afternoon for Walton, Palm
Beach and Miami. expecting to be
gone ten days or two weeks.

*FOU'ND---The best place to b)lu
Jellies, Preserves, aralades ai;d
Crystalized Fruiits. C('. ;ILlIJ-:'lT.


Mrs. Lulu G. Tutt and Mrs. E. R.
SDull, of Chicago, have returned to
this city after spending two weeks
in Hlavana, Cuba, Miami and Palm
., a aoi'e located v.ith Mrs. G.
\V. Ilalch on Ivy Lane.


-Phone 28 will call for your clean-
iig and )pressing. 0. S. uraett. tf

Mrs. Robertson, a cousin of Mrs. J.
IB. Moore, arrived Tuesday afternoon
for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Moore
at their winter home, corner of Ridge-
moodi aveime and (rane. Mrs. Rob-
Ciertsoil is I toi Vallcoliver', I. (C.


v!'1 of1 tJ~1~, 1 No~. 2


LOW TIDE8 ON T HE BEACH
6:21 today; 7:27 tomorrow.

THE WEATHER.
For Eastern Florida: Rain tonight
or Thursday, warmer in northeast
and central portions tonight; colder
in north portion Thursday.


C. M. Rogers has been a daily vis-
itor to New Smyrna on b .siness for
several days past.

Two more lighter loads of coquina
rock were brought down last night,
from the St. Augustine canal, for use
in the wall of the causeway to the
public library on the City Island.
There is supposed to be enough to
complete the work, which has recently
been delayed because of the shortage
of material.

Dr. Ellen Lowell Stevens. of .Jack
sonville, is a guest of The Austin.
Dr. Stevens, who is State chairman
of the health department cf the Fed-
eration of Women's Clubs, will, as
previously announced, lecture at the
Palmetto Club house at 7:45 this
evening. A general invitation to be
present is extended to the public

ENTERTAINED IN HONOR
OF VISITING DAUGHTER.
Mis. G. B. Seaman entertained
Tuesday afternoon at Bridge at her
home on South Ridgewood avenue in
honor of Mrs. Russell Seo.t Sherman,
of Wilwaukee, Wis., who is spending
a month or more with Mr. and Mrs.
Seaman. Mrs. Sherman assisted Mrs.
Seaman in the reception of the
guests.
Miss Jesse Chamberlin secured the
first prize, Mrs. F. .1. Niver the sec
ond prize and the consolation prize
fell t( Mrs. T. E. Fitzgera u
Following the cards very elaborate
refreshments were served and a
pleasant social time enjoyed in their
discussion.

"ALICE IN WONDERLAND"
CALL FOR PERFORMERS.


"Alice in Wonderland," D. Hope
Leopard's Spectacular Extravaganza,
which has been pronounced in every
place to be the "best amateur perfor-
mance ever given here," is to be pre-
sented at the Opera House, Feb. 26,
under the auspices of the Elks. The
instructor is now in the city and all


children between the ages of eight
and sixteen, who desire to take part
in the entertainment are requested
to assemble in the Opera House to-
morrow afternoon at 3:30. Adults
willing to take principal parts or join
the popular medley chorus will meet
:n the Opera House at 7:00 p. inm.
The young people who participate in
Lime presentation of this ever popular
story of Alice's adventures among the
people and animals in Wonderland
' ith many attractive sp)eiialties in-
'roduced, such as .Japanese girls, liel-
Jo girls, S-xett-tte. Sailors, lindans,
tic., catchy musit, and funny dia-
loimie, will be surl'e of aii enjoyable
timn anid those' wNho N Nim!n-s. the spe,.-
tat.le of a real treat.


A TREAT SELDOM


i BEAUTIFUL ENTERTAIN- .'
SMENT FOR THE D. A. R'o


A BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR
THE LITTLE PEOPLE.
Mr.. ('. M. Rogers ga\e a birthday
party Tuesday afternoon, at the res-
idence on Fairview avenue, in honor
of the third anniversary of the birth
of her little daughter, Mary Katrina.
Fifteen children, most of them ac-
companied by their mothers, gathered
around the long table bou:.tifully sup-
plied with the delicacies dear to the
childish heart. Both the dining room
and table were beautifully decorated
in pink for the occasion, and at eith-
er end of the table was a handsome
cake, each surmounted by three
candles. An attractive favor was
presented to each one of the little
guiests
Launch for sale at a bargain. :;,
by 7, with S h. p. engine. P. 0. Box
-7, I)avtona. dl6-tf


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$3.50 $4.00


The Stars and Stripes floating
proudly from Palm Hurst, the attract-
ive home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E.
Gardiner Saturday afternoon an-
nounced a meeting of the local chap-
ter of the D. A. R., and its friends
Among the cut flowers whichh bright-
ened the parlor and dining room a
cluster of eleven calla lilies and an
azalia in full bloom, we.e the special
admiration of all, while the unobtru-
sive pansies and sweet violets yield-
ed their beauty and perfume to the
enjoyment of the hour.
It was Lincoln Day, and the an-
swers to roll call were with quota-
tions from this great man.
The first number on th- program
was an Irish Folk Song, a solo, by
Mrs. Endsley. The paper of the af-
ternoon was read by Mrs. Chas. A
Young, "Benjamin Franklin and Dip$*
miatic Relations of the United States
with France." The discussion that
followed was lead by Mrs. Octavia
Thorp. Notes of interest were con-
tributed by several of the visiting
Daughters concerning their home
chapters.
One of the interesting features of
the afternoon was the presentation of
a gavel of historic value, to the local
chapter, by Miss M. Ella DeVoy, First
Vice Regent. This gavel was made
from wood which the doner obtained
from near the battle ground of Orisky,
and the corduroy road built by
the soldiers of the Revolution, which
led from Fort Schuyler (now Utica)
to Fort Stanwix (now Rome). In this
connection it is interesting to know
that Miss DeVoy obtained sufficient
material to have four gave s made, the
other three being presented to New
Smyrna, the Jacksonville and the Or-
lando chapters.
The program was closed w th two
violin solos, Schumenn's Traumerai,
and La Czarina, by Ganne. The us-
ual social half hour followed during
which dainty refreshments in patriot s
colors were beautifully served. Mrs.
Gardiner, as usual, proved a charm, g
hostess ,and the afternoon was profit-
ably and delightfully spent.


Our Sixth Shipment ok !


Groceries at City Prices, Launch Suppils. WE CAII= 01
STOP ovEK imd PKljoY the FJSHING.wrne wei
I ~INDIAN RIVER UOMPAI


Hotel Despland Barber Shop and
HAR DRESSING PARLORS
Miss Fairba-ks
Specialist in Ladies' Hair Dressing. Maui-
caring, Electrical Facial Massage and Surdi-
cal Chiropody.
Work lont tit Reside'ne-s iby Appointment.
TeIephone 5f. [


H. T. McCLELLAN


Manufacturer of
WINDOW ad DOOR FRAMES and WINDOW
and DOOR SCREENS, Misiom Furitue.
Trin., Screl Sawino etc.
North Ridgewood Ave. Pbme 123


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The Palmetto is entertaining sever-
al prominent newspaper men. from
the Empire State, who have been
attending the National Editorial As-
sociation meeting in New Orleans
and come to Daytona for a brief stay
before returning North, probably in-
fluenced to visit here by one of their
number, \V. B. Collins. who was fa-


miliar with the beauty and attrac-
tion of l)aytona, having visited here
several previous seasons. .IMr. (Collins
is editor of the Glov -rs.villN, N. Y.)
Leader, a live daily wirit a l;i ( r-


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