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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 17, 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: VID00436
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, FEBRUARY 17, 1910


i~ERMV 1~vr~AV


15 Cumt pw eV


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
D sipotlon to Treat You Right.
Let Us Be Your Jewelers.
L H. ROWE & CO.


NflTE-I H. CLARK

OPTOImUtTKIST.

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HB the re-
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MIn order


ARNIVAL.




Val
cags-ra

|Jfea- bird
oft c year
rlsfte head-

|m, vwile the
p~e bird
Sthe ef-
soe time
ti- Inlux of


* 7O DeLAND.
iM- of the
Were brought
HRehUgan, pro-
&We 'bus line
rit And, leav-
corner in
the weather
pk la the morn-
fe Main street.
i- to carry
Swill be al-
oa Other round

AIh .interesting
|tIy to visit
-Imthe charac-
and on the
Shas placed
00mable figure.


-UENZGA.


CONDITION IS


TO RACE.


APPLICATION HAS BEEN MijDE
FOR ENTRY BLANKS BY THIS
FAMOUS BAND OF RACERS.
The famous National racing team
may come here for the Daytona beach
speed carnival March 22, 23 and 24.
A letter was received this morning
froa Indianapolis, where the National
fctiory is situated, asking for entry
blanks for the meet and requesting
ful information regarding garage ac-
comodaton.
The National combination proved


one of the most successful teams tra-
velling the racing circuit last season
and President Newby ,also one of
the owners of the famous IndianapolFs
motor speedway, announced a month
ago that he would go in for racing on
a more extensive scope the coming
season than ever before.
Jack Aiken is the star driver of the
National team and is considered one
of the most fearless and capable
drivers in the racing game. Kincaid,
also of Indianapolis, is the other pilot
and is in every way a worthy assist-
ant to Alken.
The National cars are eligible in
five different classes and if the team
comes here it will mean that a Na-
tional car will be in almost every
race on the program.

SIMS mSSiOm IN

CuPORATION TAX LAW.

NO MONEY APPROPRIATION TO
PROVIDE FOR PUBLICITY FEA-
TURE CAUSING SERIOUS DIF-j
FICULTY.
WASHINGTON. Ftb. 17T-The omis-
sion of a money appropriation to pro-
vide for the publicity feature of the
corporationn tax bill is causing se-
ious difficulty, according to party
leaders here. Some declare it prac-
tically nullifies the value of the nmeas-i
I
uire. This feature was the one oppos-j
ed most strenuously by railroad and
financial magnates.
Champ Clark, minority leader of tL.
House today declared, "It is either
necessary to repeal the la (F o(1 dip
money. A $.-,.4"", appr oplia 'id i as
needed -lHow it (-aile t(o 11 t' .tte'i,
cannot be told,'


HENRY PIEPGRAS SUC-
CUMBS TO PARALYSIS
1 t -e n r y tP i e i 'a .- a \\ -: l ',\ \ .i ; i .- -
- ihitet in Ne% York N't\; :J .t'-
died \edne.day afie 'I.o : .1 it


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To the Met who Fish


For pleasure, for money or killing time! We


have poles from 15c to $12.00.


We can fit any-


one along these lines.


Gruber-Morris Hardware Company
"11 you don't trade wiu ms we both lose money."


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THE LARGEST


SEASON


IN HISTORY.


FRED.


D. MILLER, SOUTHERN THE


PASSENGER AGENT OF THE I.
C. RY. MAKES STATEMENT TO


THAT EFFECT.


Fred D. Miller, of Birmingham, Ala,
southern passenger agent for the II-J
l!nois Central Ry., conducting the
Seminole Limited, an advertisement
of which appears in the Daily News,
is in the city, a guest of the Des-
pland.
Mr. Miller, who has just completed
a tour of the State in the interest of


BLIZ


ZARD MAGIC CITY


RANKMMED


AND SUNK.


STEAMSHIP MAGIC CITY AND PAR
THAN IN COLLISION AT MOUTH


SOUND ALMOST SUSPENDED. OF THE ST. JOHNS RIVER.
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 17-One of the The steamship Magic City, of the
worst blizzards of the winter is rag- Cook Steamship Co., was rammed a&W
ing throughout the northwest. I sunk yesterday morning by the steam-
The thermometer is several degrees ship, Parthian, of hte Merchants and
below zero and a driving snow falling Miners Line.
Railroad traffic from the Great The Magic City was outward bouad
Lakes to Puget gound is almost sus- from Jacksonville to Miami with a ma*
pended. cellaneous cargo and the Parthian w"
Entering the river when the clash oc-
IAIIS PA1IIAM ENOIND Icurred. The collision is due, it Is said
LOUIS AULA ENOIND'to a misunderstanding of signals.
ROM MAKiN r6iiHTS. I The Magic City was struck on the
RMAKI N fL16TS starboard side, about amidships, thQ
breech extending through the coal


ASKED


BY WRIGHT BROTHERS TODAY


GRANTED


AGAINST


NOTED


FRENCH AVIATOR.


NEW YORK, Feb. 17-United States
Justice Hand today granted the tem-
porary injunction asked by Wright
Bros. to prevent Louis Paulhan the
French aviator, from making further
flights until the courts Iasses on the
question of patents which the Wrights
say are violated in the machine which
Paulham uses.


FOUR THOUSAND MINERS


ARE IDLE IN MONTANA.


DISPUTE BETWEEN ENGINEERS'
AND MINERS' UNIONS AS TO JU
RISDICTION CAUSES TIE-UP.


BUTTE, M\ont.. Fb. !7-Nine thus
arnd miners a;re idle here o(% iig t') a
: ::ke following a (disput)t between th
te.Lgiuee'rs' and Miners' unions.
Two a lmal igama ttd sielt, rs em-
ployving 4.00, w men, are exp)e,-td to
have to close within four days. The
trouble is o)t jurisdiction between eli-
;_iee.-'a.nd miners' unions.

A FAKE CARNIVAL FOR
CITY ISLAND BENEFIT.


The ( i lepartlilvet ()ft the Pajl-
Clut (b %illgv' a faike carnival
a t h tie W m'rv tit- ar't'I'IwwlI '11)(1 tAN'

II~~i-L s''If f ox 'rvt hJill,'

u ml ~Lov a ut. r~~s ([:: lZ ~ h fte
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bunkers, and she sank in a very few
minutes after the accident.
No lives were lost and both vessel
and cargo are said to have been in.
sured .

A VERY PLEASANT IN-
FORMAL SOCIAL AFFAIR


The Christian Endeavorers enjoyed
most delightfully informal social af-
fair at Social Hall, Congregational
church Tuesday evening. A fair at-
tendance %as out, but not as many
visiting members as the home society
hoped to welcome. New games, gusM-
ing contests, espectaly w1mle wit .
measured wit, or where the guesses
vent wide of thie mark. and every-
body went home with a very pleasant
impression of the social ability of the
endeavorers.

ATTEMPTED MURDER IN
JACKSONVILLE LAST NIGHT
JC('AKSONVILLE. Feb. 17-The po-
lice early this morning arrested C. B.
Burns for ti- shooting and attempt-
ed robbery (if Geo. Speigler last
night. Thi, vi't. i- 1 v.l probably re-
cover.
Burns ,sa h [ t. bt .ali. ,l-.ies)erate
and intended to r b) his ',.;-tim.
"Slow horses aand fast Arnomn" he
said. "was- th- ,au-s- of my downfall"
as he was Ied away to h:scell.
Burns is a strikeiingly handsome
young man, about yv,-ar:s of age.


6400 SCHOOL CHILDREN AN-

NUAL TOLL OF TUBERCULOSIS,

APPALLING FIGURES MADE PUB,
LIC TODAY BY SOCIETY FOR
PREVENTION OF Cg'SUMPTION.


!7- -'ilA t -iXty-


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DESPLAND


HOTEL WILL


HOLD A TENNIS TOURNAMENT
BEGINNING ON WASHINGTON'S
BIRTHDAY.
A tennis tournament will be held
by the Despland hotel on the hotel
grounds for the guests of the various
hotels and for cottagers, beginning on
Tuesday, Feb'y 22nd, Washington's
birthday. Entrance to the tourname-I
will be complimentary.
There will be an open tournament
tor ladies singles, for ladies doubles


his road, says emphatically, that eja.a"d fereid doubles.
are more people in Florida at the I Entries may be made by phone or
present time, as there are also in Day note to the Despland hotel or by per-
tona, than in any past season in the sonally entering names on the lists
i
history of either, and Mr. Miller is at the hotel office. Those desiring
in a position to know whereof lie to take part should do so without de-
speaks. ,lay, as entries close at noon. Monday
Feb. 21.
.lames N. (;ainble and party. (corn- Cups will be given to winners and
prising nin persons. arrived WVednes- runners up and everything ill be
I tIi t nAAi t +n f lyid in-!


day night from Cincinnati, 0. They
took dinner at Ivy Lane Inn and then
proceeded to Mr. Gamble's handsome
winter home at Daytona Beach.
0


REV. J. L. COOPER


SUDDENLY


DIES AT DANIA


AT ONE O'CLOCK
TERNOON UNTIL


LY PASTOR OF KINGSTON


E. CHURCH.


THIS AF MET AT CORNER OF BEACH AND


RECENTLY


UVLIU L) a LUU LU
rerest of those
I tournament, and
attractive event
visitors, who ar


tile pei(lvei l d 1 i inl
taking part in the
it should prove an
S for all the city's
e interested in this


i away7
B a
AK


'W229 A6U AVENUE


T. I.rlitsrao 3.LF. ON$"
FIT7rn RATn & OATES
Attorneys aaJCuueors at Law
Special ractlttim for Examining
and Perfecttng L ad Tltle
OMoelnOoastd Building. 'Phone Li


DR. C. DeW. AKE
M Dentist
Office Houm-S- to 4al
Office, South BewA 9wtI Oppo.
site City Hall


RAGING IN


NORTHWEST.

RAILROAD TRAFFIC FROM THE
GREAT LAKFiS TO THE PUGET


THE DESPLAND


TENNIS


TOURNAMENT.


TEMPORARY INJUNCTION


TWO AUTOMOBILES,


WERE IN


COLLISION.


ORANGE AVENUE-NO ONE IN-


JURED.


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FORS OF THE
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No. 25 North Beach Street.
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MACS BA
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MACS CAFE
MU EAL TBWG


ed to the popping of their steel shoes
upon Its aphaltsum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power au-
tomobile dIown the broad stretch of
wave-washed and surf-packed sand
but realized that it is a world-beat-
er, a world-wonder. Go stand upon
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
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile w!de, fringed with tropical vege-
tation., artistic cottages with roomy
verandas looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless num-
bers Nckoning, as it 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 his floundering load he
snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick
and span, their hampers and lockers
bulging with refreshments both solid
and liquid ready for a crUise upon th
beanutiful frfr>A Ttt,--:. A;,,4 ^,I tI.,0


T OM A RIVER and"sglasg and sweep the river fro
TO ONEWKA RIVER and Ormondg bride to Ponce Pa
Slight house, then say whether tl
o s-b SM- Halifax isn't a thing of beauty ai
N OC SAM -=4 C0=ROKEE Ra joy forever, and one of the mode
Largest. Fastest. and Excellent Ser- wonders.
Svke. L. E. ELLENWOOD. Mgr. 0Wonders.
L----. -------oO The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridg
Oiel-I- U l**U*lle_ wood.
SRidgewood avenue is upon the cre
UT AR FOUR CYCLE 0
LA M B MarineEngines aof a broad ridge, straight as the crc
flies and the wide spreading branch
H. C Thompson, Agent of the heavy-trunked live oaks e
Demonstratingiinent vis a, forming anearch, a
ionstrating engine, ('Ciii |I' ti K li t tend their giant arms across the ma
anytini.. Plhone. 2. ificent vista, forming an arch, ai
IOUOU0UOE0UOEOUEOEO*O from these extended arms great fe
*ouOuO uOuOuOOOO ***** :no,' s of OfSp1anish moss sway as tl
E.c T PIT ER trade \ inds from the tropic set
ET mfan thv'n Looking straight ahe
NHAVANA CIGARS down this white shell street one h;
SNorth Beach St., Daytona. Fla. th: impression of a fairy path wil
S CALL FOR MY CIGARS 0 elfish draperies, but as you mom
a Clear Havana Smokers 5c. aloUg and cast an eye first to tU
U0@I@OOO OU 0EU00ENO@OIOI right and then to the left you see di
F OIiOnuu--OI*OIO.O.O.O*O tinguis'ied cottage homes in the mo
JACOB ESPEDAHL 1 dightful settings
S Contractor and Builder 0 See the glistening leaf of the grar
o Designer and Craftsman magnolia which nature has varnish(
I ulperintnds Construiction of Build- i as no artists' brush ever could; an
i ll-. Plunfi *n]l Hp-cfifcutonsn
oil Short Notic.. the cabbage palms with their burdeE
I AYTONA. F RIDA. ofshowy fruit and swaying palms
oi ****ne emu *es o U see the lovely holly with its exqui:
F -- -- N--- **- ite berry; see the climbing vine
OSCAR MICHAEL 0 run riot in the tre(-s; see the cry]
rT T R togamons forms which gain a foo
SCONTRACTOR hold on the great oaks and state
U Filling and Grading a palms, and surely you will join i
S Heavy Hauling a Specialty. the chorus and say that this is
Hevy*Haun* a S l. world wonder for beauty.
___-----_ ,,_-n---i___ Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottag
** GOOD MEAT U Homes.
* "GOOD MEAT -* No one of Daytona's attractions
I IaHlIa'sfourndat 40 perhaps, comm-inds more nearly uni
BIRCHWOODS0
SBIRCHWOOD versal attention and praise than doe
Our Beef. Laib, Pork 0 the artisic cottages The owners c
and MuttonarealwavR t
prine. (our table dell- these charming villa hail from ever:
B cacis are th" l*st the market afford. U corner of the country and they bring
SA Trial ord.r olicit-4d. *Phon. their own architectural plans an(
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superficial observer. With such lav-
ish wealth of natural beauty it- be-
"ame an easy thing for the hand of
man to give the finishing touched
which have wrought out the colos
and outlines of the big picture.
Man did al l this in the laying out
of the streets with their wide margioa
of package. The entire city becomes
a great park, with driveways inter-
secting. miles upon miles of drive-
ways so goou as to attract motorists
from all over the continent.
And 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
nf Gnldminith's ennnlolt where


ur. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G. 1 miling spring its earliest visit paTd
Dayton O 1. t over (li's Ph.1r1n.Ay. hours And summer's lingering blossoms
2:(10 to 4:IMI p. im,
Nose, Throat, Langs and Rhumatism treated are delayed.
by the Electro-Thermos-Vibratory Method. In one yard roses of varigated hues
Daytona Betch Offlc- in Th.. Van Valzah predominate; another household has
Block, hours S:w to luw:t. ilm. .s'ciial hours a penchant for the poincetta and the
by appolltil .n-lit.
yp".____ ~premises are aflame; another is hid-
***************** ~den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety
SH is the spice of life and here is where
DR. F. H. HOUGHTON you find it.
S* The birds flit in, and with their
_, !LDentist "joyous notes help to give fullness
tIce lt'-in .-ck Block 0 and symmetry to the picture
0P11ONEF 32 W.estEndl South Brkdl!.- N ^ ^ ^ ^
"*i PHtONE 32- \V-t I1 .,h BrIid.I, As for fruits, choice citrus fruits,
*Uole O EOI O UmolOUlOU*em**om Daytona yields the palm to noie for
-quality and Q(ualltiLy ptr aTre. There
Share scores of citrus grov--s ill ux
iOSTEOPATHY iimi.ty to the city, bN" cib s b. IdiiA
*- DR. J. C. Herman -- .
(i r ill it.. u n l-r Lot o th e e alt',i w ith thli.,i bl ,' l ,l ,,
(4l'htitiit.," U r" A. 'I'. 1 iII. funl,-h foI
0 '.t.'olp:ithy l I~ ir(lr- il!, Mi'-- tiri. 'lusc'ius Lo.d,'u -lulps, wi.c' I,)'
NI-NETIi I.:.1;Ah N IN Iw.\YTIN.\
Ior(t-d (I V) \Volsi Ai .\V# In4'. ll1(ll'- l ty, p oil i (( y ;i;41 :,I i :
0 vc ">t of H'-ii li St.. p( t in Ii:l,, 1 :. i \
'P lLi im l l.;:i41ly itIiilil\ s .
*.*.*********i*.*.******l "The Fastest Autos and The Finest
| Out.
~~I"l'h, -,,,1 th orl.d "(b) ,;" t, v lZ
I ) :. Ii! ii ,(1 (1( 1 Y u
E. L. STEWART aisk? Coiu. \\hethrr frr'iln \(1 sso1ui
S Physician and Surgeon i or from l Maine, from iKaLiiniazoo ()or
X-ray and High Frequency jTimnibuckto, and you will ln "sio n
*A .ra.tus. lif.re is where the, \\()r:u s reco.-. fo
..Apratus. ,"
*P1 owe ,4li(o( .-N% I of I sp1-..d) is broken witiI ev.t! e '* "'i
s* ason. Autos, the big--estr, the ,.-.;t
est, and the finest ar. on daily parade
*OO EOEO E@E*O E@E@* OE*OEOE and thte bi-g sliow is as fre,, as th!t
S. H. GOVE 0 iure alresianii \vair l'o;i thi. tlOils-
S ARCHITECT, BUILDER 2 iantis of" loxi .Is. It s a con-
and CONTRACTOR 0 tenuous show itli ,s,:t:sriTy .-.ift-
* Rosldi'li.c' in(l i Oi l.: N >; tw-%t lj i g sceli .
N (orne r Rid(_,l'wo(< id fd \' i. u ... ,. eI
li ,,, L'\er'Vyu li .-i .(^o .s, :.,_.,!n ;i _-1,)'s*'
U~ TH-'jplion.- **'.~.
pew.#, ) tr tpla
:'-'""""""-'"-'"':**i ".t'' l ; ;,L-:':* i"'7 '..
... all d ge,." s of spe. ed f i"roi aia'" To
*OlO lO lelelleiele*fle***** la tv o-nlile-a-miiiiitr ,'1;.t. Y, i will!
D D & *C.M .O i Iuli'o ba ly cat'h ihe t -li'ir.t, 1,._r)i -,i
D. D. & C.M.ROGERS (1 0 ,., is a, the h,,.a,, -, ,..
0 Civil Engineers h Si Florida Eirishi: s fr"e, t
SDAYTONAbalmy ocean breez, s a', fr,-f. the'
0 D Y N, F birds and squirrels and( flowrs-, are
Etiii. fre, the sparkling fI',inainu wotr i,
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NL. L wglom
Reident Manager
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Lota o all ba-nt
in towa; alsO ni
and oca ates. .
0m0 UBoulevard
OStN-B!IAT


my L. C. EOft'L
i of Do~' roin*` tio-
rthe ha' IeompWraft beftC lM eo
aW who ever set foot upon Its
ah, packed sad; so one who
ver pedaled a bicycle over its ox-
panse; no one who over drove a-
prancing pair of hores and Usten-


Seabreeze


Six Acre- of Park-
age. All Modern
Improvements


Rates:
Day


$3.00 per
and up


L. Z. BURDICK
CONTRA CTOR
and BUILDER



Scabreeze, -Florida


FITZGERALD
&
OATES

LAWYERS
Daytona, Fla.


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mnand-. Besides hotels and
houses there is ample cotta
modation for all winter visit. .
Seabreeze contains a
opera house and a Cona -
Church: at Daytona Beach is a JL
Church. An excellent high
is situated near the division lites
teen the two towns. Both t
have enterprising business
lishnments, as is evidenced by.l
advertisements on the left and
All the attractiveness of
applies to Daytona Beach, the
towns bein': so similarly situai
The development of Daytona
has been fully as phenomenal as id
sister on the north, and each
there i, a substantial growth, The
great sand dunes have been leveld
and handsome homes have
built for both winter and all-y*I
roud occupancy. Flowering shr2'U


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AUTO OWNERS, ATENTION-
We- are about to enjoy another rle In
Rubber. DOn't you think it will pay you
now to Investigate the merits of Vulcanis-
nlug. With proper work you get one-third
more mileage---quite an item at the present
time. Praotical work done at THK VUL-
CANIZIERS, COTTAGE AVUNUX, Wm. 8.
McGregor.
FISK TIRES for FLORIDA ROADS

FOUND AT LAST
A place on Beach Street where
you can jet Hot Chocolate that's
made right and served with Whip-
ped Cream Sc a cup.
T. F. CURTIS & SON


See Dunn Bros.


25c Window.



BUSINESS AND


PROFESSIONAL
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Stinm iiplo Thk e
t~~o Oftenlk ftSan
to four Iil, sA d a" aj
west fro= the qusg g
Atlantic Ocsa to the
r
>the bm-tifdl ti seot thin apert firm
which they have clo"g
Sby means of three bridgu%
half-bow ferry Mvwclg
Soaksee ad Daybeft
essentially summer aand
sort and are miktif
new friends every ye m1
who desire to cpe the
ing extremens of heat a
their hotels and o-I
are now receiving
age from the most
class of tourists.
The mean average *
degrees in the summer -
in the winter, with an
extra rise or drop of a few
action, marks this as one all.
healthful locations in aMy
the country, north, east, u
The ocean itself, withi*f i
beach, hard as macadam -
as a floor, is the great*
although earth and air and
to have entered into a
to enhance its every
beach is the famous
course where every worst
away record has been =aftI
these records it coatings ft
without rivalry.
The sand of this famousM
is composed largely of the d
the coquina clam, which a- i
one-half inch long and vWy
'For ages Nature has been
them up, washing them backi
surf and pulverizing them.
under the microscope each
is round, unfit for mort,
say, because its smoothness
its holding together, yet, i
contemplate, the very momactla
leaves the wet. apparently soft
i these round particles settled
Into a cement almost as hard m
I phalt, beyond the comrnbcs
one who has not seen it. Ke-liH
unnecessary, as twice each 241
i it is entirely rebuilt by t h i
The beach has a width of 3S ^S
feet. and can be used from tw hi|
after until two hours before highI
thus s~iving an average of sv-i,,.
eight hours for automobiliug
part of each day. -.
Seabreeze and Daytona Beach
have a permanent population of I1
pro irmately 1500. Sanitary -r
nanccs are strictly enforced,
and sdealks are well kept
new streets are being opened M II
as the increasing population


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ltclds to the place and the trip
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H covered with cement plaster.

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l of whichstand still remain.
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CEAN INS[


F. W. SAMS
PbWPRIUTOR

Rate
S3.00per Day
Specal per
Week
Excellent Hunting
and rFithlag
NEW SMYRNA&
TIURIPA




TUONILL
NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Class ii
Every Respect
Dinners for Motor-
I Parties a
peeialty
Rates: $2.00 per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES
PROPRIETORS

M. A.
GALBREATH
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEVW MYENA
FLO RIDA


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


L. C. CHISHOLM
Tonsorial Parlor
Oldest stuind in town
NEW SMt-RNA, F-LA.
Mol.s and WVHirts
R Pa I n1
SANITARY BATHS

PURE

ICE CREAM
Confections
Cold Drinks

Th,- Best of Fvry-
thing in Our Linuv.


RIZY'S

New Smyrna
Is tht Place


ROSE VILLA
MRS. H. MOEII,ER
Propritress
Me'aks for Trn n ents
tt Ppclalty
NVW aMYRNA
VIA KIIlA


ASK
ME
ANVTHiINCI


IORMOND-ON-THE-HAULIFAX


Yr


SDrop a line to me at
ORMOND





I'm Just going to
sit h' rt nnd fish ind
ent Oranges this
winter. There o r,
onie good (fimp
grounds n ,"r mine.
Ooine and pitch your
tent onl Owl: :1(l io)nj
me on th o,.



ROSE 'V.
Pl-,ppint!y .
on Gra i .i
ORMONo,. ....
Frank M.son. i I
p'rdny: S *... "
$15.,r !'r v".* .


JAS. CARNELL
ORMONI), FLA.
Mi nuf,,eturr of
Pure Home-Made

GUAVA JELLY
MARMALADES AND
TROP CAL
PRESERVES
Special Attention to
Family Orders
HIiHIK"T AWARPI. AT:
P. n AIIIric: i 1 x-
lH V. *-t InIdlia K' xpt-4-
T,,n 'inii, ,n [' i,'r!h.....
K \ 'x>-i l i'o,. ,s' .1 .tti:i-


[. C. ITOTIIAN
<>IMI ,N J,. I" i.A.

Fine Groceries
Vegetables Fruits
- ,,itt :iund Miuok,,d
7. :.\'J's


MOUNDGROVE
ORANGES
and
Grapefruit -
kBest Grov n
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j~ed.Kn!;!x art!
BLeei Comipan~y


SORMOND is five miles north of
Daytona, located on the western
bank of the Halifax River. The lo-;
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. I
Many fine residences are main-
tained on either side of the river,:
most of them embellished with sub-
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees. I
The town is very cosmopolitan,
has an excellent graded school, sev-
eral churches, a fine public library, .
up-to-date places of business and.
comfortable and convenient hotels
.nd boarding houses.
Ormond has many of the Florida!
att thions-fine fruit, good fishing,,
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
salubrious climate and pleasant!
walks and drives.
At Ormond Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
sister, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the I
Halifax River, while the latter has as
its outlook the magnificent beach and
the broad Atlantic.I
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 enfcr into the enjoyment
thereof.
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-
ria.e or automobile-long drives and
short drives; drives through groves
of golden oranges; drives through
dense tropical forests to Spanish
runs; drives to the ancient Cause-
way built by th: -laves of planters
of lon, ago, and drives to the planta-
tions of hospitable settlers, whose
places arc replete with the interest
of Southern fruits and flowers.
One of these titerestinl 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-
rietics of other sub-tropical fruits
and flowe! ..
Five miles further on you come to
Mound'ove, o:e of the finest orantgec
,rov',s_ in this scci,-n of Florida.
,ou ,d-ov is cn the headwaters of
ie i-' id:i x. Ri\ 'r ?;nd is amid pretty
l '. -ace is reached
' v a O'- !ro :i [passing Number
N':.] a:-d is a k::ivc all tourists may

CPT ) 6To LET-
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PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
' COMPANY
j I[1W. 3
OWNER of the BEST
River Front
PROPERTY
IN PORT ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands
See...
SL. V. OATES, Sec.,
l avtona. W. tC. howEs. Agt
! Port Grange.

'ri TTII I ( A NI


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
*-.fe. -,..,.t make Port Oranic


PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
Sot ii. i tm i A t., '-
;ti* \ P ; i 1
WM. C. HOWES
A-' 3r1
Port riatp'. '...

Pc'rt Oran pe


I DELAND, TJ1E ATHENS OF FLORIDA


CALL ON
OR WRITE TO



THOK8
ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTERESTED
IN PROPERTY IN
ORMOND OR
ORMOND BEACH
He Will Give Your
Business Prompt
Attention


MILDRED LODGE
(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 GROV

On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South of Ormond

One of the Finest
Grcves in Volusia
County .

VISITORS
WELCOME

THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

"NUMBER NINE"
Their Reputation
is Established. No.
Comment is Rc:ill'.I
Necessary.. I


VOLUSIA
COUNTY
BANK
D3LAND, FLA.

Capit $10s0,000

A. D. MeBRIDE
President
J. B. CONRAD
Vice President
B. A. WOOD
| Oashler


G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drugs, Stationery,
Huyler's '-dies,
Kodaks, Cigars
DzLAND, FLA.


J. V. PERKINS


Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law

Will Practice in
State and
Federal
Court-,


DELAND, FIA.


w. D. HAYNES
Grocer
DELAND, FLA.

"We Speank for
Your Trad,.'


LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practicini In Hll
State and FP'deral
Courts
Special fi inv.-stltat ini ta(nd
pfrfKetinL; titl,,s
i:LAN l. F LA.


STEWART & BLY
Ist c A. stt-wirt
I,.fori ]Ily
Mary St.Nw;irt
Attorneys at Law
;o,'! Notairiq- Public
I'vIAN D. FLA.


"FOUNTAIN'S"
DELAND), FLA.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
GROVES
TIMBER or
TRUCK
LAND
_, Lid ;or Biar2aitn
fh,'-t to


THE GOULD


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.M1;i :i i it tt ,i~r ', i'
Light (ranite, Buff, Red ant1
Drab Brick


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UN! VIESITY
DULAD, VA
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but non-ftetrm
Tnfounaatln
Lincoln UuVley
Ph.p.u1 w
Pres~dcu


PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE


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DELAND, th om eat Of
Volusia County,
is situated 23 miles oathwest of
* Daytona add is reached from the lat-
ter city b7 an excellent hard-surface
road recently coastructed.
At DeLand is located the John B&
Stetson University, one of the lead-
ing educational institutions of the
South. Because of the interest in
matters vimu (tionut DeLand is ksown
as "The Athens of Florida."
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and instructors. There
are over $400,000 in buildings and
equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-
meat; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
resenting an investment in building,
endowment and books, of more than
$120,000. The library is the United
States Government depository for the
State of Florida, and contains over
15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one
of the newest of 16 buildings, with
its furnishings, represents an outlay
of $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of
the most beautiful college buildings
in the South.
The city has a population of about
3,500, with a thickly settled country
adjacent. DeLand proper is five
miles east of the St. Johns River,16n
the high, rolling pine land of the
great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.
The predominating products are
oranges and grapefruit, the estimated
crop from tnis vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches, pears, Japan persimmons,
plums, pecans, guavas, strawberries
and other fruits are grown in plenty.
In the way of public improvements
are many miles of fine shell roads, an
excellent high school, electric lights,
a system of waterworks that is owned
and operated by the city, supplying
the purest water at little cost.
Nine houses of worship testify that
DeLand is a church-going commu-
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth-
odists (Northern and Southern), Pres-
byterians, Christians and Catholics,
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
The graded school offers a ten I
years' course, and the building which
it occupies is newly furnished
throughout, and is one of the most
commodious and best equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DeLand
is made by automobile in a little
over an hour, and there are many
pretty drives in the vicinity of the
county site. A good road leads to
DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic
spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
bubble front the earth every minute.
From DeLand automobiles go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
marl roads; theSt. Johns is crossed by
ferry near Osteen and cars can then
continue to Sanford and Orlando by I
hard road. There is a shell road
from DeLand to Orange City, five
miles, and a good road from DeLand
to Lake Helen, a like distance.


BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO.


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BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
Manufacturers o
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
Agents:
Masury's Paints
Pnrotd Rooflng
Whitt.hall Oemealnt
El IDorndo PlastWr
Georgia Clay Byrk
Bond Sand Briek
DKIAND, PLA.


ALLEN'S
Next to PoatoMee
DRUGGISTS
JEWRIRT--R
SDBLAND, FLA.


A. H. WOODALL
The
Leading
GROCER
DFLAND, FLA.

J. A.
ERICKSON
& CO.
LUrgedt Mtock of
Pianos, Organs and
Sewing Machines
p$outh of Jnc'onvltie
I I.,ANI). FL.A.

Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Shops
sCOTT HoIDGKICS
Proprietor
D) FlAND, FLA.
Manufictnrer ot
Buggl-s and fMnrr.ys
I 0

SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSURANCE
AGENCY
rIFLAN.D, FLA.
.IL R. F. W.rVIHT

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SMmnem. O* aertment Is unuuim9*

for evn such a first class store as
this. We have the wholesome home.

ly oorts and the-equally wholesome,


beaUiftutM goods in boxes.

surMprieed at the prices.


52 Smh Beach Sreet


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NEWS ABOUT ORMOND AND ORMOND

.-RESIDENTS AND SOJOURNERS

TOLD IN INTERESTING PARAGKMHS.


M EliBzabeth Neal entertained a
wuber of her little friends at a birth-
4ay party on St. Valentine's Day. An
JDyable afternoon was reported.

Jarea P. Stanton was home Sunday
ba Jacksonville, where he has a


consist of fifty shareholders who shall
pay the sum of twenty-five dollars
and hold only one share each. Pro-
vision is made for associate members,
who shall pay five dollars annually,
and be entitled to all the privileges
of the club, except voting and holding


aiou with the Southern Express .office. Charter members shares are
t O pany. That new boy has grown transferrable subject to the approv-
m t e since the last homeward visit. al of the board of trustees.
I Annual meetings of the club are
After several weeks of weary wait- fixed for the first Monday in Februa-
In work is in progress on the!
Swork is in progress on thery and stated meetings for the first
changes in the Bristoll cottage next Monday of each month. Applications
to the church for Miss Anna Lippin- for associate membreship are made to
*At. Harry Betts is in charge of the secretary and must be approved
Work. by the trustees and by two-thirds
S .,. .of all the members present at any


Aout forty ltalians are now at
work clearing the brush for the p w
gW grounds of the Hotel Ormond. A
e k bua been built to shelter the
"ON n) It Is hoped that a force will
be employed sufficient to clear the
ad before early summer.


Dr.'. F. Barsh and wife were wel
oe visitors at the Unioh Church
arionage last Saturday morning.
They came up in Dr. Marsh's auto.
Dr. Marmh is the popular pastor of
the Daytona Congregational Church.

Does anybody know who those two
lA41es are who came down the river
Sday this week in a row-boat with I
teaing tackle, in trying to tie the
boat to a stake along the shore a
akort distance above the North
bre, both fell in the river and
haly scrambled aboard and seemed
Vl be anxious to get away before any-
me saw them?
J. Wilson Miller has recovered suf-
ficiently to be back again at Frances'
grocery store.

f_ Ii Hallister had a dolightful ox-!


meeting of the club.


Under the provisions of this consti-
tution offlcerB were elected for the
year as follows. o,
Presldent-D. \V. Lewis,
Vice President-Charles McNary,
Secretary-Fred Carnell,
Treasurer-A. A. Buck,
Commodore-Israel Putnam,
Vice Commodore-Jas. Carnell.
Trustees-J. D. Price, Henry C.
Irons and Frank Mason. ,
Much time WAs glvi t0 the discus-
sion of building. A communication
was read from the town clerk that
the city has granted the use of land
at the foot of Lincoln avenue for
club purposes .S statement was made
that certain lands, if needed, in front|
I of the Union church parsonage could'
bE obtained for the club.
It was voted that the building,
should tle placed over the water and!
that its west wall should be fifty
feet east of the wall at the foot of
Lineoln avenue A statement was
mide that the ladies have a l)ropo-
sition with reference to enlarging the
proposed building. Discussion develop-


%lenA la st... ,wee -La%.i r. o ed the, eniure willingness of the mem-
Dwience last week. Leaving Ormond .
SThursday by auto they spent the bers to give the ladies a place in the
*nTursday by auto they spent tne .
plans.
atht at Daytona ready for an eary p' .
..ht at Daytona ready for an ear A committee of six, consisting of th
MorMninag start. That evening a party i. t ,
. .. a w tI three trustees, with George A. Carle-
at sixteen sat down to an oyster ,i. .
.,, ,.... 'ton Charles Griffin and Charles Mr-
toast served in the most approved tN Chas Grfin ad .che M.
orida style. Starting about seventh Naryof wlans: One forto club consider two
the next morning thirteen people ets of lans: One for club fnuds aloue
De .and one fo:- a larger building in co-
(a two autos made the run to Der- on wt la di n e-
{Ad and thence south to Astor's Fer operation ith the ladies, and to re-
ty on the St. John's river. The port at the next meeting, which is
MOB hit a cow, a hog and nearly ran subject to call of president.
down some turkeys (fatal thirteen) i Architect S. 11. (ove,. of Daytona,
but the party made Daytona in safety had been requested to submit tenta-
the same day after a run of eighty- tlve plans for a building 21 x 36, with
4elght miles a seven foot piazz-a on the south


ORMOND VS. KENTUCKY
MILITARY INSTITUTE
The Kentucky Military Institute
Club plays a fine game of base ball,
but they were up against a better club
last week, Saturday. when they play-
ad nn thi/ vr i-^,,. ,.f l.. I,. i,,..I ,


and east sides ,and these plans are
iin the hands of the (committee.
Follow ing is a list (of charter lIentm-
bers that hai\e so) fart signed the
a gi'eeuiIetit t) c(wtIt'i itIte t\wenty-f\iv
dollars I-each: A. C. Weatherbee.
Geo. (\. Carlt'ton. Frank Mason, 1. II
Sawyer, 'T. A. Reilly, Mary .1. l.awv-


the Niagara. They would run from two
are a number of fine streams running
into the Halifax, within easy reach
with a power boat, so this is a
sportsman's pararise. *
We like Ormond on this account, and
also because it is quiet and home-like
and the same people here every year,
except tourists." Mr .Tompkins men-
tions J. J. Hopkins and S. C. Briggs
as his associates at Camp Tuscaro-
ra.


SEABREEZE, Feb. 17-C. Wilcox,
building superintendent, has a force
of fifteen negroes at work on the new
Claren1on site ,ten of whoQu arrived
last nljlt, ti'aviating, cleaning brick,
etc. A much larger force started In
Monday morning ,but struck for shor-
ter hours. Mr. Wilcox expects to
have at least forty more men on the
job before the end of the week, and
in a short time the approach to the
ocean boulevard will present a scene
cf life and activity, The work of
repairing the circular wall will begin
right away. Tests are now being
made of the different qualities of
sands for brick making to get the
best results. All Seabreeze and Day-
tona Beach are pleased that the ho-
tel should be rebuilt, and the pro-
gress of the work will be watched
with the greatest of interest. W. L..
Price, of the firm tof Price & Mc-
Lanahallit, architects, alid .J. F. Street
one of the firm's engineerss. are still
here perfecting plans.
E. Barrett and faminily have taken
the Seninole cottage on the beach for
the month of Mlarch.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris, of Detroit,
have taken the Hiawatha beach cot-
tage, and will take possession next
Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harris' daugl.-
ter and her little child will occupy tie
cottage with her parents.
Mesdames l. T. Phillips and Frank
Meyers, Miss Nellie Phillips and her
little niece ,a party of Atlantians,
who are spending tihe winter on
Grandview abenu,,, hadi a pleasant da
at thle inlet Wedn'sday, ")ilng by tht'
way of tlhe bt'ac'h aud r t It rnIrIl' l ) I.
the Peninsula road
Thle Ttoroniil took their' fellow in-
party uip tlie To"inokat for ait days' out-
ing oin W\Vtdnedlay-esda iey: es s A. S
Randall, M .I. 1.. \Wagoiner, Harrv
Woods, 1D)r. \Walk,.r ; a(nd brotht'r, .1
I. \VWalker. amid t l'' ty of touri'ists.


TIE-M IA -AO RE
TH PDAYTONA DAILY -NitWS
Published every evening, except San-
day, from December I to Apn t1by
THE GAZTTB-NZWSEW0.
T. K. F'zGlaUALD, dltor-MaBger.
C. S. HARRIS. Oty Edttor.
Oo. F. CROCCH, Superintendent.
Entered as seoond-class matter De-
cember 1, 1909. at the post office at
Daytona. Florida, under the Act of
March 3, 1879.


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sister, Mrs. Homer E. Wakefield. |D T ON
R. L. Evernden was up from Fort AISAl hrtB G e n
Pierce and spent Sunday with his par- I AUENCY- so -' ---n
ents on Oakridge avenue. The family, '14a No 70
had an enjoyable forenoon motoring
to Ormond and return. u "------ -- --
Mr. and Mrs. AVard Mclanahan and
baby arrived from Webb City, Mo., *
the latter part of last week, and will, F O RR .
dlivide their time between Mrs. L. B. "
Hesser, Mrs. McLanahan's mother,'
and Mr. McLanahan's parents, Mr. L g Roo
.: -,.Large Store Room as
and Mrs. S. McLanahan.
Mr. and Mrs. Milford E. Buiss and R a_ l
son, Donald, of Attleboro, Mass., sail Beach Street nea
from New York today for Seabreezej
via. Jacksonville, and will spend sev-' Ik
eral months with Mrs. Hesser, Mrs.!0 @ 0 "
Bliss' mother on Valley street. i
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mitchell, of; : T
Plttsburg, are at the Elmira cottage REAL ES
for an indetinlte stay. *(
S. McLanahan and son, Ward Me- -Ooo-MMo


Lanahan, and Harry Russell, made up
a fishing party for spruce Creek last'
Wednesday.
E. B. Case, a regular winter visitor
has gone down to Coronado Beach f(i
a couple of weeks fishing.
A. N. Fleming has just completed a
new kitchen and bath room addition
to his home. The interior of the house
has also been remodeled until it is
as complete in home comforts as a
California bungalow. Madam Rumor?
has it that the gentleman had a def-
inite purpose in all thsee improve-
mients, which will develop later.


PORT ORANGE


PORT ORANGE, Feb. 17-The en-
tertainment given by the Ladies' Aid
Society of the M. E. church, was a
most entertaining and successful af-
fair. Don't miss hearing the humana-
lphone if it comes your way.
Mrs. XV. E. Johnson has opened her
Palnietto Work Bazaar, at her old
stand, corner of I)unlawton and La-
fayette streets.
J1s. White is having a substantial
-e'a wall btilt along his water froat
ht his fine winter home.
\Winm. Brittenhelmni and Mr. Edwards
,.tur.irixd Sa urday froin their trip to
C'ula.
\\'ni .Tliheoias liahas soltl is house
,'1id lot on Il l'ai ttY lk strt 0 Ic ) t ('has.
1 llr-old .
I ,,shop (ray \was hl Mondlayv and
iiI'ld di\i' se '\rvi'es, conftirliniiig five.
.l rs. 1. I). l.', \%as hostess o(tf the
,t'd paarty Tl' sday ili.ght.
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Moderua, Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on
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Open November to May.
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A eghtfml dance was enj d by
th*oe bo ge st0 at the Deplmd last


Mr. and Mrs. Will Carland ,and son,.
of Albany, N. Y., arrived yesterday
and are stopping at the Despland.

Mrs. Wm. H. Nash, of Columbus, 0,
widow of Brig.-Gen'l Nash, arrived
today and is a guest at the Despland.
Mrs. Nash is a friend of Major and
Mrs. J. B. Downing.,


Recent arrivals at the Seaside Inn;
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Mall, Arthur and
Reginald Mall, Kenton, Mich.; Edwin
Walker, J. T. Walker, F. R. Laughlin,
Evansville, Ind.; C. E. Perkins, Do-
ver, N. H.; M. T. Chapey, Lansing,
Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy, Young
town, 0.; E. V. Vedder and wife, E.
V. Vedder, Jr., Hartford, Conn.; L. R.
Tessdale, Atlanta; Cabill Hamston,
Walnut Grove, N. C.; A. H. Mershon,
C. C. Mershon, Philadelphia.


Recent arrivals at the Princess
Issena are: Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Smith
ers, St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
Bingham, Miss Spinney, Buffalo, N.
Y.; Russell Berthel and wife, R. NV.
Berthel, St. Paul; Mr. andMrs. J. XVW.
Osborn, Miss Alice L. Osborn, Miss
Alice L. Sabin, Kalamazoo, Mich.; W.
S. Mabry, San Antonio, Tex.; Mrs. R.
N. Corwin, Russell Corwin, Waterloo,
Iowa; B. Taylor Smith, Birmingham,
Ala.; J. IM. Martin, Nashville, Tenn.;
Rev. Ramsey and two children, Miss
Lenell, Chicago.


The Ridgewood register shows the
following recent arrivals: Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Black, Milwaukee, Wis.;
A. H. Sickler and wife, Philadelphia;
Miss Maude D. Parker, Evanston, Ill.;
Mrs. W. P. Bloom, Columbus, Ohio;
J. WV. Wilson, New York City; Paul
H. Vercamp, Cincinnati; Wm. H.
Evans, Jr., Akron, 0.; A. H. Mershon
Lansdown, Pa.; C. C. Mershon, E. R.
Bathrick, Akron, 0.; W. L. Phillips,
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Remingtcd
New York; Mrs. E. Orear, Miss Orear
Maryville, Md.

Recent arrivals at The Despland
included: C. C. Booth and wife.
Youngstown, 0.; G. H. Clement,


Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
timer, P. Arnold, New York City;
Mrs. R. WV. Kemphall. PeoriA, Ill.;
Miss J. D. Mc('auley, Louisville, Ky.;
Mrs. Caroline C. Goodwin, Miss D)aisy
G. Goodwin, Cincinnati; Dr. A. E.
Street and wife, Camden, N. J.;
Sarah Brush, Ithaca, N. Y.; E. C.
I.ewis, Tennessee; Jas. BI. Bush, Ith-
aca, N. Y.; G. \V. Martin, Miss Mar-
tin, Martin, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. Hluston, New York; Mrs. Martha
Webb, Nashville, Tenn.; August Fink
and wife, Syracuse, N. Y.; Mrs. E.
Orear, Miss May Orear, Maryville,
Maryland.

He Did Not Hesitate.
"You must rest." said the specialist
after a knowing thumping of the pop-
ular prt'eachers person. "Y'ou will b'e
in the mUext world in three months ull-
less you g go abroad and take a coin-
plete rest."
"Oh, then I'll go abroad at oince," rte-
plied the preacher quite innocently.-
Youth's Companion.


hq u~Aweaf t aiMiw
afte' aim OU r.bg
d Um. "pre a mt ttue *ouw I
begtk with tihe muay rd put by. and
a elgant ngale It bad last year. t M.
but DOW teWs neither stick nor stalk
ito It."
"What was It. bes or dogsTr' asked
the doctor, sympatheucally wentDloningD
hIs own areriouSMM.
"Sure, me neighbor-bad luck to her
-had a ditch dug in her land. and the
water ran down Into we garden and
washed all me seeds away."
"And what did you do about it?"
"What could a poor lone body like
ime do?"
"Well, didn't you at least say some-
thing to the woman, complain or tell
her that you wouldn't stand it?"
"Now, doctor, dear. hard words jun<
leads to bad feelings among neighbors
and that ye know as well as I do. anc
it's not me that would be using them
So 1 only said to her. '1 hope 1*1' livt
to see the floods flowing over your
grave as your ditch waters have flowed
over me garden.' and I let it go af
that."-Youth's Companion.


Couldn't Stand Satire.
A burglar while attempting to rob 0
bloated bondholder of Maryvllle by
mistake got into the humble residence
of an editor next door. After unsuc
cessfully fumbling about for suitable
assets for some time he was disgusted
to observe the tenant of the house sit
ting up in bed and laughing at him.
"'Arn't youl old Skindersen. the capi
tallst'i" inquired the housebreaker.
"Nary time," chuckled the journalist
"'I'm the editor of the Screaming Ea
gle."


"Jerusalem'!" said the burglar, look-
ing at his stemwinder. "And here I've
been wasting four precious hours on
this branch almshouse. I say, old
quill driver, you never poke fun at
your subscribers, do you?"
"Not the cash ones."
"Exactly," said the burglar, taking
out his wallet. "Here's six months
subscription to call this thing square.
If there's one thing on earth I can't
stand, it's satire."-London Tit-Bits.


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Disli5sd~waow, Artmcial Ice. 52.5 flU DAY d ~.
D. C. EbAGLAND, P-qi.


Free Postage.
When the postoffice was first opened
at Kai Feng. China, the clerks had a
fight with iomue men who bought
stamps and refused to go away until
the stamps were licked and stuck oni
their envelopes for them. The foreign
postoflices in i'alestine are usually con-
vulsed by a spirit of keen competition.
If a parcel exceeding the regulation
weight or size is taken to an office
and refused the traveler in the ma-
jority o(if cases has only to threaten to
take it to a rival office, and it is
stitghtway received without a mur-
mur. So keen is the rivalry between
some of these offices that residents iii
Palestine possess a free post within
certain district. Between Jaffa an'
the surrounding colonies and also with
in Jerusalem the German and Aus
trian offices make no charge for thi
delivery of local letters. Chicag.
News.


An Obedient Dog.
'bhnapps Is a dachshund, and the
people who know all about the breed
call the queer looking animal hand
come. In the house in New York where
he is the pet he is credited with more
than ordinary dog sense and with un-
derstanding every word said to him In
English or German. In order to dem-
onstrate his sagacity his imaister said
to him a few evenings ago: "Schnapps,
the young people have been here lungi
enough. Go down and tell the boys to
go home." Downstairs te waddled
and. standing before the visiting
youths, barked and howled, then ran
to the front door and back again and
kept up the performance until, as lis
proud master explained. "the young
men heard and sawv the point. 1'rettv
smart for a dachs. eh'."-Exchange.


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Pat up im the following sizes


FAMILY
10c, 90c dozen
$3.50 case


TALL
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$4.35 case


HOTEL
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Armour Star Ham .. ... ..Ilb. 20c
Ferris' Bacon .... .. .. .. 5c
Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
Pals, 3 Ibs. 65c.; 5 lbS. $1.00
10 lbs. $2.00
Pride Oleo, in rolls .. .... .. 30C
N. Y. State Cream Cheese .... 25c
Swiss Cheese 0............. c
New Potatoes ...... per peck, 40c
English Walnuts, new crop-lb..20c
Brazils, new crop- .. .... lb...20c
Almonds, new crcp -... ...lb..25c
Mixed Nuts .......... .... 20c
Florida Pecans.... .. ..20c
Shelled Almonds, .... .........60c
Seeded Raisins.. ..13c Ib., 2 for 25c
Currants ...... 13c Ib., 2 for 25c
Apricots, evaporated ...........18c
Peaches, evaporated ........ 15c
Pears, evaporated ........ 20c


Oranges, per dozen, ......... 15c
Graperuit, each .... ..... 5c
Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions,
Turnips, Beets,Parsley, Mint,
Carrots, .. .......... all 5c bunc


Pineapples ...... 10 and 15c each


Tetley's


Teas


The National Biscuit


Cakes and Crackers


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Orange City Mineral S
$3.00 per case of 12 bottles
60 cents allowed for emply
bottles and case when returned
All data proves this water to be quite free from Orgamc O
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domestic and general purposes. : : :


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Cranberries 13c qt., 2 for 25c
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INDIA and CEYLON
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have be bere before. for I know
t place eo well. only thMre ouht t
be two room nbere, and there is only
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weeks the owner bad caused a par-
tiom to be take down and made the
two rooms Into one. Ktill the lady wa'
puzzled at her knowledge of the place
till be rememnlbered that it was a
bous abe uesed to go to Ip her dreatin.
"Well. some time passed. aud tbe
agent was up at the boute agtiln. wbeu
the lady complained that one iart of
the contract bad not been ulfild.
They had hired a bouse and a gboat
for the summer, and no ghost bad she
seen. The agent replied: Of course
not. because you are the ghost. We
recognized you the moment we saw
you.'*"
Why They Were Selected.
It has been recorded that General
Henry Knox in 17,83 was the "*great-
eat"' of eleven distinguished officers of
the army. weighing 2S0 pounds. Noah
Brooks iu his book entitled "Henry
Knox" gives the following incident re-'
lating to the general's full habit:
With a Ca)rain Sargent hlie was se-
lected to present the hard case of the
starving and inakedt men at Valley
Forge to the attention of a committee
of congress. One of the congressmen.
wishing to show his wit and sarcasm.
said that he had never seen a fatter
man than General Knox nor a better
dressed man than his associate. Knox
managed to' keep his temper and re-
mained silent, but his subordinate re-
torted. "'The corps out of respect to
congress and themselves have sent as
their representatives the only man
who had an ounce of superfluous flesh
on his body and the only other man
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who possessed a compTe-e suit of
clothes."

Wanted a Pattern.
A ragged Irishman was charged In a
London court a short time ago with
tendering a counterfeit shilling in pay-
ment for a penny loaf.
Though forlorn in aspect, he was not
destitute of that shrewdness which is
characteristic of his countrymen. He
stated that he was sent for the loaf
by a person at a public house close by.
who gave him the coin to pay for it.
and that ou discovering it was not
good he bought the coin for three half-
pence.
The Magistrate--low came you to
buy the shilling after you had discov-
ered it \\al a liad one?
TI'he pris(olnel", with mlich apparent
gravity, reipliedI:
"Sure. their, your lionor. I bought it
so lhi;t if sholihl happen to have ai
bad oiie .(t',ll<,' !o b ii 1 liiight know it
lyv I|.ol4i4' j il4 li( Ull II l l vhidli mi !"
J'hhe'rx' \vwtis ;i I,1'"-I of l til htt'. and
tivoll.

When the Presiduit Lost His Hat.

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Ful stock Electric Iroins, Coffee Percoors Toasters.

Griddles, Chafing Dishes, Fans and WarnmiN Pads.


THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and


Howard Chandler Christy, the illus-
trator whose marital woes have filled
Muchi newspaper space of late. is
thirty-seven years old and a native of
Ohio. Besides his Ipopular illustra-
tions for books and mai razines, he has
done considerable writing.


Richard Harding Davis.

"Finis" Written to Famous Au-
thor's Own Romance.
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We admit it frankly the Merchats Bank wants your business. Bt we ai,.
can assure you that in return for your busiess, tiis bank st only Be a earvicm
which we believe almost perfect, but uuestiomed security for every Mar enha'
ed to our care.
I cold, u. asuafiures, here is our uarantee to every depeaTer reard
less of t be amount he may have a this bank.'


Capital .
Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders Liability


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

Total, $250,000.00


$250.000.


any possible loss.
We repeat: This bank wants your business.


Merchants Bank


That amount stands between your deposit ad


' Branch of Volusia County Bank)


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


Daytona, Florida


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Op.. Every Day at 3:00 p. m.

PROGRAM


The Sbaje Driver
(ais. FdlRel. New)
SMai-oim Srial
Cops om a Strike


Smtler's Dahter
The R3e md Bee
(Mood Patd)

THOSE. W. LANE
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JALUSTRATED SONG

M-OCK T WOODS' ORCHESTRA

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Next Saturday


THE LYMAN TWINS


In a big new girlshbow


The Prize Winners

Car load of toreos scenic equipment


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IIAMU1 IMUICSTE


A Big Musical Surprise


Seats on Sale at Hankins'
Drug Store.


Damce every Tuesday niht.



"INDIAN RIVER" ORANGES
Tou are invited to visit -y proves.
and up-to-date Packinat House. and
see the kandsomest fruit and bow it is
handled. Your orders solicited
Special attention tiven to filling orders
by the box for shipment.
MUNROE GROVES.
George H. Munroe.


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


Mrs. Fred Niver is entertaining as
a house guest, her aunt, Mrs. Laugh-
rey, of Pittsburg, Pa

Rev. J. F. O'Boyle was a Hlarwood
visitor Wednesday afternoon, return-
ing by the evening train

**WANTEI)--.A lpositiom a.- c(mi itmi-
ion or to are f ,r t(hil(tr l.rn Iiiquirt'e iat
this o|t'it I'i-A e st


DeajMI Sptl'h -;,
inent Epis opiii
hands with h::
Daytona.


M. J. Crews, of Kingston, made a
business trip to Bunnell yesterday af-
t trnoon, exi)ecting to return today.

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

Mr. Mclntire, of Springfield, Mass.,
\lho is spending sometime in Daytona,
is located at the Wilkinsmon homt, on
tidgt-w ood avenue.

Tihte pi. opal ('hiurch tea \\ill be
field tomorrow(w afternoon at Mrs. F. M
Ia idsa1 n.- n. comer r (of Palhntt t and
],Oonli;.'- a \e I utc."

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S LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
: 7:27 tomy; 8:37 tomorrow

THE WEATHER.
Rain tonight and Friday colder,
with a colder wave in northwest por-
tion ;tonight colder; Friday, brisk
and high south shifting to northwest
winds.
The Republic sailed with a pretty
fair crowd to St. Augustine this
morning.

Mrs. J. S. Hogue, of Madison, Ga.,
a friend of Mrs. Hinks, arrived lat
night and is at the Magnolia .

Miss Bessie Carson, whose father
was at one time in business at Day-
tona Beach, is visiting Mrs. C. A.
Kenny, at Seabreeze.

Miss S. E. Tompkins and a party
, of ladies on Myrtle avenue, made the
trip on the Cherokee to the Knox&
Beed grove today.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Jen-
kins, of Scranton, Pa., are among the
week's arrivals, and have taken
rooms on Ridgewood avenue.

Mrs. L. M. Murray and little daugh-
ter, Elizabeth, who have been visit-
ing with friends in the city, departed
this morning on their return to Ocala.


A special meeting of the Ladies'
Aid Society, of the First M. E. church
will be held at Epworth Hall tomor-
row afternoon to complete arrange-
ments for the chicken and waffle
supper to be given at the Armory
on Feb. 24th
i
LIFE OF A. 0. HITCH
SLOWLY EBBING AWAY
0. A. Hitch, who has been confined i
at his home on Second avenue t
several months with paralysis is un-
conscious this afternoon. Dr. Bohan-,
non says he will probably not live
through the night


Blood For Bread.
Hunger: To what lengths will It
drive men! Here is a passage from
"Force," a tale of Napolleons days de-
scribing how t.n \ tn ter in1 hussars un-
der a young tiRcer. after two days
without food. fti iJit like tiends for a
loaf of bread s.,tdlen from ;i woodlan:t
"He trembl he did n t :.;o\\ lie \\:is starving.
but be w;Is ;il >:ih e"
"'The f,,reti, up vith lii, .;i ; ,r'i. ;tu' t-il it ;111,1 i
g all toI t;it. 1 i '14, r .-; ii l .l s

fell iito) !i i.I l h lj t1: *1, l.1 W
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SPLMETTO CLUE LECTURE
VERY POORLY ATTENDED
D'. Xa Stevefls, chairman of the
Health Department of Flordia Wo-
men's Clubs ,lectured at the Palmet-
to club house last night. The date
of the lecture having been changed,
the audience was smaller than the
club members would liked to have.
The lecture was on tuberculosis, and
its different phases and characteris-
tics, and was instructive and inter-
esting, and it is to be regretted that
there were not more out to hear it.


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DAYTONA BEACH, Feb. 17-Mr. FS
and Mrs. John Sherman gave a de-
lightful house warming on Monday
evening at their new cottage. The
Wakefield, on Ocean avenue. Music
was furnished by a colored orchestra
from Daytona. Cards and conve:satica OUr S Sb pDC 0a Swd -
were enjoyed; dainty refreshments
were served and altogether the even-
ing was spent very happily by host -- --
and hostess and some twenty-five in-
vited guests. O AT SOUTHWARD BOUD c
Miss Irene Esch entertained a par- venience at ALLE UM
ty of ten or fifteen young friends at Five Hundred Feet of Frrs l 'k. Fr,-Wat.r, Home-naf
the home of her parents, Dr .and Mrsma (rocri t-s at city Prie'. Lunch Kuppit-s. WK CANTA
wr, ou af OENJOY tdhz piiHit. we We an hereck
J. P. Esch, on Peninsula avenue, Mon- TP O vi nd o INDIAN RIVEM R OM A
day evening. It was a holiday enter-
tainment, that is, each of the guests -
were in costume representing some Hotel Despland Barber Scop a"
one of our national holidays. The idea H At DeS B rbeop RL
was also carried out in the games
played, and the refreshments served. Miss Faibanks A
The affair was very pretty and afford- SP-es rii La""es' H s Si -
.Electrical Facial assage and Sorti-
ed a delightful evening to the partic- S ca Chfr i
pants. Work loj- ajt R..sldentut by Appxintmt-nt. I
TelI,.phone i3.
Mrs. A. J. Beardsley and Miss! :po .
Green entertained at 500 WednesdayT CL A
evening in honor of Miss Silverstein H. T. McCLELLAN


e- of Boyne City, Mich., who is a guest
of her brother Jack Silverstein, at
Daytona. After the game, which was
much enjoyed refreshments were
served, and the guests dispersed with
the pleasantest impression possible of
Mrs. Beardsley and Miss Green as
hostesses .
Mrs. Dobbs, who is spending the
winter with Dr .and Mrs. I. H. Spring-
er, on Peninsula drive, is now at New
Smyrna. visiting with other friends.
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Taylor, of Mid-
dleburg, Vt recent arrivals in town.
have taken rooms at the home of C.
L .Horni.
Mr. and Mrs. Stratman, ,ii) have
bet-ii (),'cupying a river frtoin cottage,
left Wednesday morning for St. Pe-
terb.'urg They we re ac(u(,'(I)ani--d by
.\tg Schhitt and dautgh"-:, Miss
.\i!i,. t. d 1v4a l ,. ii } llit 1: ave
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*1Mitufatture-r of
WINDOW and DOOR FRAMES a d WINDOW
and DOOR SCREENS, Mi s-s F-riture.
Turuja. Scrol Sawig. etc.
SNorth Ridgewood Ave. Phoae 123

Mr. and Mrs. Baily, who ar- o cl-
!pying the Horn cottage on Holly
avenue, left this morning for Orlan-
do on a week or ten days' trip.
Ernest Johnson, who is recovering
from a severe attack of appendicitis,;
was able to sit up for about half an
hour this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Banks. Miss
Mabel Wakefield, and Mr. and Mrs. B
H. Gardiner, of Daytona, a North Da-'
kota party, left Wednesday morning
on a motoring trip to Eustis and the
lake region, to be gone three or
four days .
The following party from Seabre.ze
and Daytona Beach, viz: Mr. anrid Mrs
R,,bv't C. W\aterson. Miss Mary vIanu:.
tou,: I E Freeman, IMr. (Gr'ffu.
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