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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 19, 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: VID00438
Source Institution: University of Florida
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DAYTOKA, FLORIDA SATID, FEIARYT 19, 1910


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T. IL. Flterald F.OSUe
FITZG RATjI & OATES
SAttorneys and Counsellors at Law
Special Facilities for Examining
and Perfecting Land Titles
Office in Oonrad Building. 'Phone 1S


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CONRAD-OATES REALTY,


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AND INSURANCE COMPANY TO
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HANG-UP STOCK CAR PRIZE.
Another handsome trophy has been
added to the list of prizes for the
winners of the Daytona Beach speed
carnival races The Conrad-Oates
Realty, Title and Insurance Co. this
Morning announced that the officials
of the corporation had voted a beau-
tiful cup to the Florida East Coast
Automobile Association to be hung
up in one of the stock car races.
The trophy was selected from a
large number of photographs of de-
signs sent out by manufacturers in
Boston, Providence and New York.
Exclusive of a solid ebony base, the
ctp stands twenty-eight inches high
and is twenty six inches in circum-
ference. A border of. laurel leaves
adorns the top and bottom, while in
the center, on both sides, are hand-
some designs of racing automobiles
in has relief, with a figure of Mer-
cury urging the pilots on to victory.
Appropriate inscription will be added
to the present embellishments, and,
taken in all, it is doubtful if a more
handsome prize was ever awarded in
a stock car event.
Said F. N. Conrad this morning
"Since I have seen the manner in
which autnmodilists and the press
all oxer th,- country have w eltcou'oed
the announcement that the-re would
be a Daytona Beach meeting this sea-
son, I am indeed glad that the local
(club did net abandon the ra,-s ti.-
year.
"There i.- hardly a doul)t ill1 iy
mind but that the one and tw,, mile
records will be broken next minit)iiih,
and o(,f course, this ilealls that llte
long and middle distanct- marks will
simply be slaughtered. The out-
come will determine if it is possible
lor local interest to inductt these
meets at a nominal cost, thus mak-
ing a speed carnival each winter a
fixture, ith thile dat-s seletcted
months ahead so that all adv -itisiu.L,
issued by tilthe hotels and tlh rail
roads may give all information long
in advance
"Automobile racing (on thle beach
has done l min hli to r)o"'ii k --, t', It
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YACHT CLUB TO DEEPEN

WATER AROUND DOCKS.


AN APPROPRIATION HAS BEEN


MADE FOR THE PURPOSE -
FILLING TO GO ON CITY IS-


LAND.


At the regular meeting of the Hali-
ax River Yacht Club Wednesday
night an appropriation of $300 was
made toward the work of deepen-
ing the water at the club house docks,
so that boats which can enter the
channel may have no difficulty in
approaching te building.i
Tht amount appropriated will not
accomplish nearly so much as the
members ,I the Yacht Club would
like to see done. but is all the club
can maiiana at thle present time. i
Some of ti- ilmemcbers feel that the i
mnerclhants. w ho would benefit from
the sale of supplies to cruising par-
ties, sihoull ie willing to subscribe
toward il.. \tortk. They would like
t(, hate a i:.-,i excavated all around
ithe (1ln, iI. ;-. -o that a large fleet
(f lo;t' t jhl .li'h ll" t t' a tle
-dill,' ttiltit'.
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t,1n :it i'tl ililauid. and Alderman -E.
.1 M.:il. tttiiks tlihei' ill \ be sbiifft ielit
ill; ; ..Jd to t.(iiUIl'tt" tilO e l o\\ 'rk

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'WRECKED ON ROCKS OF DUN-
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Swe b lose oney." NO DETAILS RECEIVED.
LONDON. Feb. 19-News received
here toda; says the steamship Ho-
I PA IDAA henzollerin, from Bremen to London,
lAHRUl 'was wrecked on the Dunmorley Bay
rnlks lst night and that the crew
ANT NAME ON TIICET. o thirty perished. No details have
WANTS NAME ON TICK[T.1be-ree~d
been received.

TO TEST MINNESOTA PRIMARY DIVERS, UT
;NOT Ht-Gli DIVERS, B&UT
LAW THE OBJECT OF MANDA- DIVERS JUST THE SAME

MUS PROCEEDINGS BEING: Tw-o. brother doctors, living on an
i avenue of fair view, in the northern
HEARD TODAY. section of the city are, according to
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 19-Judge Jno. some of their neighbors, adopting an
Day Smith listened to arguments to- anphibious life of late, probably
day in the mandamus proceedings to through force of circumstances, how-
compel the auditor of Hennepin Co., ever.
to place the name of David Morgan. One of the brothers was out oys-
congressional candidate of the pub- tearing about a week ago and the
lic ownership party, on thie ballots tongs slipping from a clutch of shells,
without the payment of the usual fee he went overboard. gracefully, of
of $!to. The action is to test the course, to ascertai why they fail-
validity of the primflary law clause ed to hold. and came up blowing
requiring the filing fee. Th en- like a porpoise and more than sat-
requiring the filing fee. The en-
.. ^,. isf'ied with what he fttnud.
tire public ownership l)arty ot Min-isfied wit what he found.
esot is behind the test. Tht other brother not to be out-
nesota is behind the test. J ,


MOTOR BOAT SHOW
OPENS IN NEW YORK
NEW YORK, Feb. l',-llhe 1)055-
iliities of 1he mo1tor boaMt fi, i pleas-
Mr. Z*~piT0 k' iid hlSii5 r 'h~)''
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ilone, tried a lintl. diving aLo Wedu-
nesday morning, in the bayou, north
of the Central Bridge. while looking
tor a propeller which had. slipped fro:
;1-s boat.
.Ilusth IIO, 1 s ha)peleld i nUot klnowi,
bill !le e 1vi nlitly splipI)ed ,or lost his
lancee, anud w eit i:u with a mighty
-li, i.' l (',)i0 uti in i t a tnolnent, lie
.tiat hit e:zirkel ro an interested
-I.tc:it(, t ihat lio foItn4 fully as'ti muchli
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S-CRETARY MAC VEIGH
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FORM A MUNICIPALITY- COW
MITTEE HAS BEEN APPOINTUI
Port Orange Is getting to be ,,M
of the livliest small towns in VoZaft
County and it Is peopled by an Wp-
to-date class of citizens.
For some time the matter of form-
ing a municipal corporation haa bee
discussed and at the mass meeft
held Wednesday evening a commit-
tee was appointed to gather all it
formation possible and report at m-
other meeting to be held next Wed
ncsday evening.
A prominent citizen of Port Orange
in speaking of the incorporation
movement said. "We have outgrown
our swaddling clatles and want a
larger suit. Many improvement
have been made in Port Orange rem
cently and we feet that the place UM
a great future bekbre it; therefore,
we might as well start the greatt
future' by incorporating.


THE LYMAN TWINS
APPEAR HERE TONIGHT
The famous twin. comedians, the
Lyman Twin Brothers, have arrived
in Daytona and will appear at OW
era bouse tonight in "The Priw"._ -
ners" their latest and greateSt ,-1
ical comedy success. This excellent
companyI with its beautiful scenicl
equiplient, numerous wonderfull me-
ctianical aiid electrical effects, to
vethcer ith on t-iof tlhe strongest cast&
t(da% in musical comedy, comprising
a pV.etty c.hor~ls, wotnderfuil dancer
Idi cleave. (" C(metiaiu--: producing orl-
,ial no1\clit-.s w.IL give one of the
16 .:1is:, 4 leli 'rtt i 111Ui-'u ts of the sea-
>t'll
Th' .osttiming is .uiiperb and togethA
S-, th tht (i da/.zzlinLg effects used In
the niiiner'-us specialties, including
the pIoppy girL dance, the country
tahidens, and tkr.. chariiAl-n daisy
~- (,t' I' at- Slure >of t atn ovation


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to, interlaced with wires of
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of she'l streets as hard and
a a floor and over-arched by
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f New Stryr..a is truly
of rom*-re and rest.
bue ere is very inviting to
tand pleasure-seekcr. here
be found the best fish i aNud
in the State of Florida.
i'people are thrifty, ithe bisi-
ja enterprising. a;d all unite
I ding the welcomnie hand ci
'lalty to strangers. T-,er,. are
hlutch ed;fices for vwhite peoile
amn equal number cr the cclorej
tion; lic town !.as an excclle:t
lntooL a splcnC.d public lb-
m ad up-to-date business hcus,.
are any number oi pretty
for the permanent population
numbers close to 2,000, and
very fine winter residents.
Utr good Lotcls and boa',n.
where you can find acccaiio-
i to meet your reqir..t.ant,.
ang New Smyrnia is a-. ;::e .
eof vegetable land as can he
i anywhere. This laLd hl.
Jj ided into small farms which
bought at reasonable pr ces
f1 the finest celery grown in
lis raised on this land. All
VSetables grow in abundance.
too, is the home of the tam-
M River oranges.
S myrna has no bonded in-
Sand the tax levy is low.
piat that no tourist should fail
i*the ruins of the Old Span-
Iwhich stand somber and
ab*dout one and a quarter miles
lof New Smn4-na. A good
sto the place and the trip
S asily made by an automobile
s the great pine flats by the
of the forest, is this place oi
Jfiq ~for the pious; this ren-
for the picnicker. The ruins
| |4- sive, and while there is no
history of their origin, it
| lmmmwed that the Mission was
by the Franciscans in the days
tM aOce powerful Kingdom of
first planted its flag upon what
bUM American soiL. It was built
lquiaa, the roof being of the
Materal, cut into thin slabb
Covered with cement plaster
ive gardens surrounded it.
were enclosed by a sto:,c
, portions of which still reni~iii.
rtmtiors usually come in parts
lly and curious but tlhe spell ot
IM place soon tails upon them and
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P~ORT OIRANUE

DEVELOPMENT

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THORNTON
ORMOND
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V IITOUKS
WELCOME


THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

"NUMBER NINE"
Their Reputation
is E-,tablishcd. No,
Coninc:lit i-, Real:,
N.'r^.^irvry


PORT ORANGE is a pretty little
village situated live miles south of
Daytona on the Daytona-New Smyrna
hard-surface road, the -,:cenic highway
of the East Coast. lThe town is lo-
.ated on the Halifax River, over
which sp.its a briA .e irom the town
to the peiiisula opao.-te.
Thel ,) %t a is well l. ont aind ha.
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Lots for Sale.
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VOLUSIA

COUNTY

BANK
DELANI, FLA.


Capital $100,000
v
A. D. M)} NRIDE
Pr. .id. nt
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Vio. tPr. -id, nt
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G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
,ru.-. Sationery,
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Grocer
I)ELAND, FLA.

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LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Pr: tictlcln4 ill AII
St;itt ;i id IF, dtirit,
Courl't
Spl eiil fnvilitt-> lor
in v,.'4ti_;it I f n ;itid
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STEWART & BIY
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Attorneys at Law
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"FOUNTAIN'S"
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Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


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FARM s

T'IMB3ER O0
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ORMOND is iive- rnIl!s north o
Daybonla. l0C.Cad C:' the western
ba-, : !nf #t!Ie alifzx River. Ile lo-
0 ~ ca fthe i nPenmits of 1%o
:.~~e ndp-z' ct saaitLallon; the
CLCval isr~~ip~ and ide.d fc,

ht2Ch ~aaiJWdfll COrtlX?!d Beach.

t : .!.: eiher s,.c of tCie river,
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STETSON

UNIVERSITY
PirLA-N 1). FLA.
Fouzr cA'vit-gs-and
Tiaehnical %Ac'hoej&.
Fq'pikepnlt cost-
'li- !-'ttrly 54').fIw.
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f~ aind In-

Focr I r. Iim, ytiv o n,
Liti..-o~n Hulley,
Pa. 1


- DELAND, the county seat of
i .... Volusia County,
is situated 23 miles southwest of
Daytona and is reached from the lat-
ter city by an excellent hard-surface
road recently constructed.
At DeLand is located the John B.
Stetsonu University, one of the lead-
ing educational institutions of the
SSouth. Because of the interest iu
I matters educational DeLand is known
as "The Athens of Florida.'
Stetson University has a faculty of
,50 professors and instructors. There
arc over $400.000 in buildings and
equipment; nearly $300,000 edlow-
meut: a Carnegie Library alone rep-i
rescntin- an investment in building,
endowment and books, of i-ore than
$120000. Trie library is te U:itcd
State-, Government deporitorv for the ;
State ef Florida, and co'u:-uas over,
I15.0WO volunies. Scie-':c- Hiil, one
oi the ncewet of 16 buld.;-. A:h
s iur n'is ia,,-;, repre ;its an *,. tv
,t $50,000, Ehizabe-h Hall : ." oi
the i o.'t beautiul colic t: bl n.
ii. t'he Snc tI.
I he city La a l population -1; ab.,'
3.500, vi'L a thickly settl.:d country
ad -cct. DeLaiid proper is nvc
:iItcs ca it ot the St. John-, Rtver.. -n
the !'i.h, rolling pine laiAd ot me
:.;-e t "'' i.-'.e Rid1.e 0 Florida.
lTe pccloe^ ia'atinu products arc
_.id,_:t.,, ad d raperuitt, the estimated
cr.'p irom tins vicinity being over
300.0t0 ,,xc'es tI i,; year. Grapes.
e C-c:,C'-.. pears. Japan persimmons,
plums, pecans, guavas. strawberries
aud cther fruits are grown in plenty.
In thie way oi public improvements
are manaay miles of fine shell roads, an
excellent high school, electric lights,
a system of waterworks that is owned
Utad 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
coiamodious and best equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
l
The trip irom Daytona to DeLau d
ii made by automobile in a little
.over an hour, and there are nxLay
petty drives in the vicinity of the
.ciuty site. A good road lead4 to j
DlLeon Springs, hve miles, a LjAisric
'pot, where 60,000 gallons o, jxater I
bubble from the earth every ru.aute.
Ftora lDeLand automobile gesouth
to Ostecn, 18 miles, on a~iul and
marl roads. theSt, Johus a, .>' sed by i
'erry near Osteen and ca., ,u then
continue to Sanford and Atlando by
hard road. There i a -dcll road
fro'-- D.Laiih to Ora',, City, five'
lfil',s>. nttii a ",. road ?%ai D.LalJ
to l-ike il,.t 't, ;i like .Iri.akat c.'


J. A.
ERICKSON
& Co.
Lt. 2.a "'4t(,ck of
FPiauos, Organs and
Sew i ugMachizv.s



F'lorida Wagon
Works and
MIachine Shops

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SILAS
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DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA


BbN D
B1"'-OND
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CO 'MPANY
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SHINGLES
MOLLDINGS
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ALLEN'S
Nrxt to Postotilo

DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS
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di~ ~ a..- h& ~a.~" L ivcs tLtNCl :plaiita-
tiousIL", tihospitable settle. -, whose
places are replete with t~lic iterest
of Southern fruits and ficowems
0 (4 t t lic. e iitrcoagplanta-
iota1-, 1i-;Namfuher Ni i...locad onil.ith
cLi.instila, tive iunics north 01 the
1-lutl Ormiond. 1uI: ieyuseafti
1 .I'"C I@ I e to'~t, W'i'Wth great Va-
ric-; sof other s nh'-tropical fruits
ALI k VW C! S.
F 11tiC iut~ht'r c" N-011colle to
Mo..'11-Agrove, (1eol t he huest oraiiute
bI---ovs inl thlis ''iOf Florida.
Mou z..1ro'jc oil IV c lead waters of
!h- i. l iI tk iv cr aLAi. s amid pretty
u: r*' u I!l1J 2 (-. L- is reached
V '>'Ii-caJ Vt'-aiii N umb e r
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o-Iedes. Our asortment IS unusuis

Afvr even w such a -first class store -

Sthis. 'We have the wholesome home-

ly sort and the equally wholesome,


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At tic Motor Cat Conply

52 South Beach Street


beautiful goods In boxes.

surprised at the prices.


You'll be


W. F. GILLE, Jr. & CO.

The Prescription Druttists.


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DAYTOHNA AUTO TRANSIT 0 1

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SMA'JkTiUl AERONAUTS TO FORM A FTTLIERS' FEDERATION.


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Federation of the aeronautical societies and clubs of America is the object of tlie confteretie called to meet
S Bt. Louis. The conferees are men interested in aviation in its scientific and sportiig i'vaspects. nt iii the com-
MeIial development of flying. They have been interested in the promotion of thie recent s c.-tst'stiil \v iation mieet at
IA Angeles, the first held in America. Among then are Cortland I'ield Bishol, l titesidnt >tf thhe Aero Club of
Amterica; A. Holland Forbes, first vice president of the club, and Augustus P'ost. its secretary. i% rules to govern
Mets, laws for licensing air pilots anid thie estaliishmnent of at distinguishing. tine loet\vte<-ll protfesioinal and alma-
tnMr aeronauts are among the matters of importance to come before the 'oinferenc'e. l-'Forl.s is liiarked with an X


to the picture.


A Thrilling Sport.
At Waikiki. the home ot surflio;,:-
No for pleasure, there is no ,danger
M reef. but in the south P'acitic
Often the reef is two miles from shore
4ad Is exposed at low title. The,
Waves form almost on thd' edge ot
the reef and drolp down upon lite
hard coral perlieudicularly, coveiii,.,
the reef for the time being with ab,:t
two feet of rushing water. 'I'The ('tt
that nIust j11111 1 this rI'eef pjhlace't it
self 'tolre a \;i\e, evtry olie 'ldi
dies fotr tdea-;r life. and if the boit dl,,,
not ttouc'h 'i'rai. tult is held suslic'lit, I
until a cuiiln oI water rl'uslt'hes to.
ward to receive it, tlhe jumlp i- s,--
cessfully IY i-gotiated. tile r'-et i -
crossdt Hiiil hori.e ist .it 1 two inilt


A Big Baby Farm.
What haits been called the biggest
baby farmn in the world is situaleO at
Moscow, and it is claimed that this
institution shows an antlital 't. crp ott
some 14.AK0 babies, not to speak of
that put out by a branch at St. keters-
burg. which numbers ,.tHMI. The Mots-
Cow Foundling as3ylum was fotinded liv
Emiirtess ('atherite 1I.. a tif, lt is l aiil-
tained. uiddiv enough, by a tax on
ljin g tlards. Servatits in the red
livery oft the royal family guard its
doors, ad .,l its accounts are carefully
audited bly the Kussiain Itreasury ((,-
partimentt. The buildings comprising
this institutions stand in a hollow
square round a garden with trim liwn
andi tre s 1" w> lhich ftfiniva n n~loi-rrn,,..A


He Didn't Complain.
Young Wife-This talk about tme
being so Impatient when a woman i
getting ready to go anywhere is a
nonsense.
Frlend-Doesn't your husaintd ',(
plain at all'!
Young Wife-No, indeed. 'Vhy. .;
evening 1 couldn't tinid my gloves aI,
had a long hunt for halt a dozen olt,
things, and yet whenl 1 aIs tiia:lt
dressed and went downstiii tto )i
husband there he was reading ati
smoking as calmly as if 1 wasn't h;il
an hour late.
Friend-Well, I declare: Where ,wer
you going?
Young Wife-To prayer meeting.


THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Published every evening, except Sun-
day, from *ecembor 1 to April 1, by
STHE GAZETTE-NEWS CO.
T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor-Manager.
c. S. HARRIS. City Editor.
Geo. F. CROCCtH, Suplriintendent.
Entered is s cctvintr 1, liV9. nt the post office at
Daytona. Florida, under the Act of
March 3 S7V.


Simply a Man Hunt.
4"I declare!" shouted a bellboy in one
of the big downtown hotels as be
dashed into the lobby.
"I declare!" be shrieked again, or at
least it sounded like that.
An irascible old gentleman whos-,
eardrums were Jarred by the shrill
screech wheeled about and glared ai
the boy.
"I declare:" he piped louder than
t before.
'Well. what's the au.;Nver?" detnaudl-
ed the old man grutl]y.
"1 declare" came the s:rill reply.
'"Oh. you do, eh:" snorted the old
fellow. "Well, why the deuce dfn't
you?"
SThe bellboy cast a wir herti, -!;i,'
at him. gaz(ed sea rciinly about ll-
room and elitted a shv'iil *"Pe' a:',"
"Say."' exclailied the ld cli.;0. <'i
laring the boy. "'\\h:it the di' keus is
wrong with you. inywvV;,vA Are y;i
going crazy '*'
"Naw. 1 ain't .oini crazyy" repiic1
the brass buttoted one. "I gtt a ttiei
gram fer *eij; that's all. Aw. look ter
yerself!" exclaimed the boy disgusted-
ly as he shoved the yellow euxtl,',i
under the old fellow's nose. It was
addressed "'l. D. Clair."
"Well. I declare:" gasped the old
man weakly as he sank into hbi seat.-
Plttsburg Gazette.
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Show Windows In Austria.
The Austrian shopkeeper takes great
pride in having his window dressed in
au attractive manner and the glass
perfectly clean at all tin-ies, no matte."
how smatill the shop or how small the
city. Frettquently the greater part of
the stock of merchandise is displayed
in the windows of the sinailer shp...
It is much less difficult to take at
tractive displays than in Americat
stores, as windows poen outward oni
hinges. Even heavy plite glass win
doWSW ten to fifteen feet square are so
arranged and dressed from the street
Instead of from the inside, as in Amer
lea. The large windows are usually
arranged in the morning before mtany
pedestrians areon the street. The wall
space between shops is frequently
rented by owners of adjoining store.,
and arranged to appear like windows.
giving the appearance of being a large
shop. When one wishes to examine
an article displayed inti a window the
proprietor or clerk goes to the street
with a key, unlocks the window aind
takes out the article, then locks iis
n window again.


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Different Now.
"They say his wife was tho Inspira-
tion of some of his best plays."
"Yes; he produced them before h.,
was muarriled."-Chicago ItRecord-Her-
ald.
Significant.
Tow-Do you think your father dis
likes me? Tess-Well, he gave the
dog's chain and muzzle away yester-
dtd
+, '.;"* dt'ss to dispute upon .v"
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PEERLESS ENDGI

A perfect and most economical fueled fr


and Stationery


For sale at aN primfdpd

GULF REFINING


DAYTONA

AGENCY


S. B. Green,
'Phone No. 70 r


Just


SCity limits seven acres

Sof water. House with



Norman

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For reservations or other information, commauicae aw I ,

A. W. FRITOT, Div. Pass. A#iL,


JACKSONVILLE,


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RIDGEWOOD


LANGWOxKrH Y, Proprietor.

NOW OPEN


iB be managed by white Northern help,
Sof the finest hotels in the North, and white
t the house. The table will be supplied
wes of the season, cooked and served by the


Faitresses obtainable.
-E Pt-r~ietor Prospect House, Shclter Island. N. Y.
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Walter Price,'postmaster, and re-
tired Rhode Island politician of state
reputation, arrived from Westerly,
Thursday and is, a guest at The
Stillman.


Recent arrivals at The Stillman
Walter Price, Westerly, R. I.; H. F
Snyder, Springfield, 0.; G. C. Haste
St. Louis; Rec. Robt A Chase, Chi
cago; C. G. Haus, wife, daughter and
P. Smith, Providence, R. I.; H
Scott Connington, Miami; Ameli
Buschman and Julia Bockholt, Cov
ingtoii, Ky.: J. C. Davis, Mrs. Jes-
sie Lund, Cleveland.

Ridgewood arrivals: Miss E. D
Kadri, New York; Mrs. RIt. S. tlan
nah, New York: E. E. Schermies an(
wifee and soIl. Parkersburg, W. Va.
Fraiiklii Clark, .1.F. V ygart. Marl
bor(o N. V.; .las. \\t-st and \vife, Chi
cil .. Mr- I;i d Mrs. .1. S. I,ach, II
iin,)^. : \V. \V. I'l, 11kb a1 ,! \1,if,. Syr-,.
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r. ft. |k for a mouth, with
^Art daghter, Ube" Helen PhfaUfp&.
PrO lt BoIn come Mr. and MO.
Conra, K. c. Davis and Dr. J. W !k
toa Prks, who are regular Tvlsitor&
Mr. and Mrs. W. Fp Peet, of St.
Paul, and family, accompanied by
Mrs. E. W. Peet, have taken Cot-


tage Gotham, near the hotel,
will remain tor the rest of the
son. Mr. and Mrs. Peet are
known in Ormond and have j
friends to welcome them back.
Mrs. F. Townshend Dade, of
adelphia and Miss Henderson,
returned for six weeks.


and
sea-
well
nany

Phil-
have


Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Meeker, of
Baltimore, with Master W. P. Meek-
er and Charles R. Pflaging return-
ed this week. They have their au-
tomobile and always enjoy the rid-
ing as well as the motoring at Or-
mond. Mr. Meeker lost no time in
going fishing with Dr. J. W. Parks,
nrid made a good catch at Bulow
Creek.
Miss Carletcn, of New York, has
J'oinui her mother and her sister, Mrs
1'rael Putnai. for a fortnight's stay.
(')iiil 3s S-utt, .Jr ()or hiladelphia,


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Seminole
West Palm Beach
D. C. HOAGLAND, Prop.


tUCLIOOF. 73 Re-m SSinle or EM Smile. %d
Cusis in City. Sepwated from Lake Worth d inh
Beach Ferry only by the City Park. Barber ShI
Laundry, Launches, Sample Room. Northern Sevice,
Distilled.water, Artificial Ice. $2.50 PER DAY md up.


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" PRINCE GEORGE
Ifyiard & Holroyd, Proprietors

DAYTONA, FLORIDA
t and Improved Since Last Season.
iiful Grounds---Located on River


Concert Twice Daily


as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park. N. J.


omstitution leaves Prince George dock f(
mr every Tuesday morning at 8:00 o'cloc


E HAM1ILTON


New and First-Class.


DAYTONA,


- FLORIDA.


Electric Lights


Electric


Rooms with or without Baths.


4 L M. MABBETTE,


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"THE PINES
he highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
Acco modates -O guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
ic ghts, furnace heat, private bath. New and
mmamwnts. MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.


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LW SEASIDE INN
SAND FURNISHED COTTAGES
emuruM, Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on
ft Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
HORACE F. STEWART
l ACH FLORIDA.


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r boom catering to th. im ost jiart wu1l,; Jk41J10 t10.t' it 1 uc i ('i
0001w. iravtr. Ies th atn two Itok s 11461tI o.rvII Ii LA-. k1II ~1 .( o.~t (.,. t

Open November to May.
Wmn. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.


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ORMOND HOTEL NEWS


MiXiv atal \It Sk,hiiau~, et(1' N).,:k
iii'ti Ned 1'(' tIchir amiiiual x iK! .T a IId
haVe 1i'01ough1 it ot onlly t hell Alit oil'-
bile hut their 'saddle horse-s u.S well
hiot It Ir. aitd IM .;8ea 1 it i sam IuI(*
I L I I Iyv I xe- theitsports ('41' vr I I IdI.
M~ r. a~itl1 d.1 s C. C. Blloom fitild 4 '
Jackoi. IXI .Mcli, art, again at Ilthe h.-1
tel and \\% ill stay a month. 11r. t ni
Mrs. ('yvru.-\Woo d of Gvrce'ii ut V, 1Pt
ACalso stay ing a imonith.
Oild pat rons, too, are Mr.' and :
HeniIXN o(straud, of Jamacitaa~~
Island, wh'~io art, here for The e-',
w'ilhtht Iitr aihe,~l~ s &
s It. V,(kers, iOf B1kinlt-iii, %N.K

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I ( l, r i t thf S iti l ti h ; .s nli t >(, .M ~s ~s t
il1tcll t i l i ,f N vw York. are niak-
11^ \ stay at the hotel. .\It .SMith li
vs vice ofp i nt >th,' [ti ttoi fll il
olllpa8ly, New York.
Tht. president of the Bretton Woods i so list it with us
Noiiaiiy., ', ..N. ('oriynhliain, has al- ft
oil Hi (i Id fo a mori t, with Mrs. II M i's -
"'""" ""' "" "'at once. W e are
Sinyi.ghiani and a party including o c W ar
m\lrs. J. Hood Wright, Mrs. John Mar-
and Richard Robindson, of Wilksbarr 2 d mn
I. l.- ylvama. |having dem hands
I M ,>-srs ..Joltil II. l ark ;. [.dlnoid)it
2%Morris and ('harl-s MaX ii(), of \Ichi \
a a almost every hour
lofi a y. Mt ar, iatrC i-rtsdiit ( -I
ake 'i Ii in the day for nicely
A glm klat iiiiiilK r Is' ^I t .' !t i~ 1 1 I't I
s ithe 1.11 i, k i' t l, h furnished cottages.
isttl'((I ll t: l, t ,',k d tit ,' A ,-
t; l is rapidlv t:;ll1i1 T \. sPa.-,ni ,0
['iifr h s beet W'u l \\. t1 ltztId 4)1 tlit, a 'r *
a-e i ht 1t"4 Olt "" X'.1 if you cannot find
iHg and th, l'1st wt th \\ ,tc" tr',n-0
; 'S [('i i) bt.' liol't.' andlt nIo!}'*' s!it'('c'sl'Lll. ;^
"The baae ball gamlt e,'. '' ti. tim o l a r
!Kciitu.ky Militaryv l,-,,tlt,., r..-tUlttd 1I1time to call at our
1sco1't' svictcod ,or to l, T"l'h K. Tlltck*!
oys.. 8. u ad n:, ,to.t!i'r. office, just write a

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SThae our watch-word in the candy
brne. ~Our assortment is unusual,

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Sthit.I "We have the wholesome home-

I ly sort% and the equally wholesome,


beautiful goods in boxes.


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Street J W F. GILLEJr. & CO.
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DAYTONA AUTO TRANSIT CO.


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-KATEUR AERONAUTS TO FORM A FLIERS' FEDERATION.


Federation otf the aeronautical st citeties atid clubs of America is tlhe otljt'1ct f thie .'itt',t e cailctl to meet
t St. Louis. The conferees are mell iliterestedl Il aviation ill its scientific stiiot :-111;', I t. ,t i:i tlie co)n-
m ercial development of flying. They have bee iinli trestetd il tile pl)t ')ii n ti t,tit I, 'I t s.'t ','--.fI' ll ; Ji \ i.iti ll et'et at
TZ Angeles. the first held in America. A mii tiltIem lret ('ortlahd l"iehl ldi.lii,, p';.'s.i' Pt 1i!f Pt A o ') Club of
America; A. Holland Forbes, tirst vice p resident oft Ihlie -lub). andtl A.ustus I'',st. it- .-'. ;'t it. Itiuls tto govern
meets, laws for licensing air tpilots tand tlie establishment of :a distillguishii4 lin lc t\\ 'I"t ,i.f,''<-iotal ;iild anin-
teur aeronauts are ahioi. thle matters 't f importan'e t)o cot)im before tile doitlit'l'e,. "i' '- is .;;:i'k, with an N
In the picture.


A Thrilling Sport.
At Walkiki. the homt ( tt sutrio;>it-
IM for pleasure, there is no (dangcv
a reef. buit in the south l'acin,
often the reef is two miles from slho te
m is exiosed at low tide. 'I'llo
Waves fornm almost on tl i d e td- vt
the ref anid dropl down upoi (tict(
lard coral perpendicularly. c'O\eiit'l *,
the reef for the time liein-g with al),,;i
two feet of ru.4iilig walter. 'The (tt ii,-,
that n m s jt ii p tiis l'-ef p-,h t-s', i'-
selt | '!'oire it wv& e. '. +*tlrv y tolit' I,;ii
dies for deatr life. and it lhe' ,t:at ti,,-'
lbut touch cit rai. .lit is held 5u-i';,, ,:
uutil a kti l ot, \\attl" Ir rusli's .k i
ward to r'ctive it, the jiml)' i- tl ;
Cessfully itgli;itilted, thle ref-t -
crossed. itli there is liut a t\o ,, Ini'


A Big Baby Farm.
What ha. been tailed Ue bizgesti
baby farina inl the world is situated at
Moscow, andt it is cla.nmd that trnis
institution shows ni aliiiiLl some 11.(K0) b:ilies, lint to speai of
that p:it outI by a branch at St. t'elers-
bur., which iinumbiters S. cow -'ounit lli;r! :tisi i \\.Is fIniti.d I t,
Kl:-prr ess I'itieriitn I .. aI:1;1. I is li;I ili-
taiiildI. ,,t.< 1V e 'iio.i i, ty a t xl\ II
p'ia\ i. .irtls. Ser- v:iits il llthe r'edt
livery v ot the ro ;il! t:tiiily iuartl its
d('" is. 'ii1l its ac'-olilts are caretully
au'l~t c,lt 1,\ tth,' l~tl.ssil~ii) lltrfa, l' ilr,
1,11rtit0,11t., The buildings col, cilsriil, '
tht in stit'ut io s ia :.l Il a i!o\>,
sqjuarte round gazirdenl with trim i:i \\i
anid trees. \hichli formIs playgrinind


He Didn't Complain.
Young Wife-This talk about mien
being so impatietnt whit'nt a woman is
getting ready to o aiw\\tw'-e i's :;1
nonsense.
lrlend-I)oesn't y ,: ti ; *:
plain at all'
Young W ife- No. i:.,!, ,tt \\+!iv. :,)-*
evening 1 c I d'i't ti'.t !.iv ,:l+:v,,s .r: i
hadl a loIng hunt It hI ;!t a t tit't. ot ,'I t
things, and1 e+ V !,'a:: '. I.is !ii1i \
.Aressed Ita l \\ 'lit tit'I\\ IN%'I:l i i;t
husbantld t!ere he \\.,., rti.tl!li ai.,1,
snmoking- as- c:ii a l" as it I \vs.';t I:i
ain hour late.
Friend- VW ell., I t c.la.ir,' \\'],r w ,'>
you g'irlL.!
Young W\\'ifet-To prayer lc('0it11 .


THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Pub]iIshed -Vfry evenI ng, except Sun-
day. from Decemnhor I to April 1, by
STHE GAZETTE-NEWS CO.
T. E. FriTZERALD. Editor-Manager.
v.. f. HARRIS. t'City Editor.
Geto. F. ( Io(kli. Superintendent.
Enterd as s'cond-class nlittt.r D)-
(cunilr1" 1, IW). !t the post ottic, ft
D:ayvtona. Floridai, unid-r the Act of
March 3. 171.


i Simply a Man Hunt.
"I declare!" shouted a bellboy in one
of the big downtown hotels as he
dashed into the lobby.
"I declare!" he shrieked again, or at
least it sounded like that.
An irascible old entitlem:n whos,
eardrums were jarredl by the shril.
screech wheeled ab,'ml :t'!d glret4 ;i
the I)'vy.
c"I (,c!;rt: t e l ii)Q, louder thaiv
1: eft're.
"\ei;. wh:,t's tfihe :;;:xvr'"" flet't i:,!-
ed the olI i:.i:i gru:l'y.
"I declare.' came the -':ritl reply.
"Oh. you dio. ell'" sn'trttedl the old
.fellow. "\\'VIl. why tile detUe don't
yon?"
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1"' tl "' 1 ? .. "| l i
at Iliti ,l S, '' t t
room :a d ;;teiK t'l a sh::ii "'e iir,.-"
"S' s,' I ," e'Xt';iiI!!n tl the t d ,- ilil:':). ,*',;
laiii th, l,','. "'vh:t tI!he le !h Ans i-.
wroTlT vwithi you. aMIyVv.i'Vk': Are V gni!I!Z cr:IZvy''"
"Na W 1 4(i1,'t (,A>i *.'':',y." r'-piJ'- I
the bras4 b tt ni i'ul;L,. 4"I rt a t'll
grain fer "e;i: th.it's :i!. Aw. l k tfer
yerselfy: e a l1itnel the l,)y dtis t.it',Tvl-
ly as he shoved the yellow eiir'e
under the ()id fellow'i nse. It was
addressed "1. D1). Clair."
"Well. I declare:" gasped the old
man weakly as he sank into hi. seat.-
Pittsburg Gazette.

S Show Windows In Austria.
' The .Austrian sholpkeeper takes great
Pride in having his window dressed in
.an attractive itanz ier and the glass.
perfectly clean nt all ti,,.es, no utiatte';:,
how stimill the slith) or how small the
city. Freti;uernly the greater part of
the stock of nmerchatndise is disIplayed,
int tilhe windows \ 'v f tlhe s.ai!ti'r sip..
It is i'mich !ess difficult to maLe at
tractive d(ispltays than, i:! A.\ 'ricar't,
stores, s itdo,) s ),S pe4,1 t wtat1:ird Ionll
hiinies. IC\.ei lieiv y I'L~le iatss wvin
do1 ws ten1 to) 1 it'tte'I feet s, juare are s,
a rraunged anid dlressed fr,!',i the strevti
instead (of from the inside, as in A ier"
ica. ''The lar.=e w\itdow -s are ustuailv
arranged in the ornrin. befort'e mi1any
pedestrians are on the street. The wail
space between shops is frteiiently
rented by owners of adjo;ilting stores,
and arranged to appear like windows
giving thle n|pp<>arance of being a large
shop. WVhen one wishes to examriuine
an article displayed in a window the
proprietor or clerk goes to the tree?
with a key, unlocks the window amit;
takes out the article, then hloks ih.
window again.

Different Now.
"They ,ay his wife was Uh Inspira-
tion of some of his best plays."
"Yes; he produced them before h.:
was marrled."-Chicago l{ocord-ther-
tld.


Significant.
Tom-Do you think your father dis
likes me? T'ess--\eli, he gave tthe
dog's cha'i and rtztzle away yester-

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and Stationery Gasodfte


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GULF REFINING


MYTONA

AGENCY


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For reservations or other information, commuiaca lft u 9p

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SMGEWOOD


L LANGWORTH Y, Proprietor.

SNOW OPEN
*0in be managed by white Northern help,
of the finest hotels in the North, and white
.the house. The table will be supplied
Sfeie the season, cooked and served by the
IWatresses obtainable.
m: Proprietor Prospect House. Shelter Island, N. Y.


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Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors


DAYTONA, FLORIDA


and improvedd Since Last Season.
iful Grounds---Located on River Front


Concert Twice Daily


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

r Constitution leaves Prince George dock for
hc every Tuesday morning at 8:00 o'clock.
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Electric Lights


Electric Bells


Rooms with or without Baths.


, L M. W1ABBETTE,


Prop's and Mgrs.


-T.HE PINES
highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
Amcomodates 5O guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
fghts, furnace heat, private bath. New and
llm~ets. MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.



BW SEASIDE INN
SAND FURNISHED COTTAGES
lRnisr Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on
Saf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
SHORACE F. STEWART
ACHK FLORIDA.


WEi IVY LANE INN"
~S~Se~tring to thf most paitivuflap- p. lv: c'j-1#'n

Open November to May.
Wmn. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.


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,ITHE PALMETTO


Walter Price, potmater, and re
tired Rhode Island politician of state
reputatioa, arrived from Westerly,
ThufadaY ,and is. a guest at The
Steflman.


Recent arrivals at The Stillman
Walter Price, Westerly, R. I.; H. I
Snyder, Springfield, 0.; G. C. Hast<
St. Louis; Rec. Robt A Chase, Ch
cago; C. G. Haus, wife, daughter an
P. Smith, Providence, R. I.; H
Scott Connington, Miami; Ameli
Buschman and Julia Bockholt, Co,
ington, Ky.; J. C. Davis, Mrs. Jes
sie Lund, Cleveland.

Ridgewood arrivals: Miss E. D
Kadri, New York; Mrs. Rt. S. Han
nah, New York; E. E. Schermnies an(
wife and sen. Parkersburg, W. Va.
Franklin Clark, J. F. WVygart. Marl
boro N. Y.; Jas. West and wvife, Chi
caE(, Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. BIeach, II
lino-s; \V. \W. ITimb and \ift'c, Syri
I ibnh.,Iii, I)!,iia(l-ll)hla; M rs. Ida II
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iho.,,a. A yor, ltaldwin Place, N. Y.;
1. E S ,iil,. Atlantic City, N. J.
(uisiav \Voigt and wife, Washington,
I). C.; William Rtussell, Jr.. Wim. T.
Kanon, B3rooklyn; R. S. Russell and
wife. S 'pringfield, Ill.; Mrs. Jas.
Ritchey and daughter, Kansas city,
Mo.


ORMOND HOTEL NEWS

'111 week has smen the arrival of
many o(ld patIr)i;s at Hotel Ormiond.
Mr and Mrs. Sea mans, of New York,
arrived for their annual visit and
have brought not only their autom)o-
bile but their saddle horses as well.
Both MIr. and Mrs. Seamans thor-
eughly (enjoy the sports of Ormond.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bloomfield, of
Jackoin. Mich, are again at the ho-1
tel and will stay a month. M1r. and
Mrs. C(yrus Wood, of Greenburg, Pa.,
are also) staying a month.
Old patrons, too, are Mr. and Mrs.
llenrN Nostrand, of Jamaica. Long.
Island, who are here for the season,
with their damuhter,. Miss Nostraiid.


S. R. \Vckers, of BaItim)r(,re, \kho
coIlet'S to ()rmond everVy se:!-o, 1.s
Ireiirncd ;intd b'rouLlit his .ir 'A.TI
im 1\.: Vickcrs is i) 1 i >;.
anll all ciitolo ori s. orIs.
M1r'.);n

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--| 4Cwb. .'i Crb and, Dr. J. WT.
I r. w web are rbw vui sltor*e
"d Mrs. W. F.-Peeta of St
family, accompanied by
Mrs. E. W. Poet, have taken Cot-


tage Gotham, near the hotel, and *
will remain tor the rest of the sea-
son. Mr. and Mrs. Peet are well
known in Ormond and have many
friends to welcome them back.
Mrs. F. Townshend Dade, of Phil-
adelphia and Miss Henderson, have 4
returned for six weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Meeker, of 'l
Baltimore, with Master W. P. Meek-
er and Charles R. Pflaging return-
ed this week. They have their au-
tomobile and always enjoy the rid-
ing as well as the motoring at Or-
mond. Mr. Meeker lost no time in
going fishing with Dr. J. \V. Parks,
oand made a good catch at Bulow
Creek.
Miss Carletcn, of New York, has
Joine(I her mother and her sister, Mrs *
Israel Putnam. for a fortnight's stay.
C(harles Scott, Jir., of t'hiladelphia, ,
*;:fs jinod rIts .,scot and v.ill stay:
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HOTEL MAGNOLIA, f ^M
Strictly Girt&-ass Family HeteleStm Iseled. Fity Se vit wAhPrivde hf
A cm-- 'dti- for 300. Mnoic Twice dy. Rake U2M per da M d
SPECIAL WEEKLY. PALMER & MacDOWELL, Pr*.|
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West Palm Beach
D. C. HOAGLAND, Prop.


FIREPROOF. 75 Reooms Sin&le or Eu SSite, Bld
Cuisine in City. Separated from Lake Worth aed Pah
Beach Ferry only by the City Park. Barber Shop,
Laundry, Launches, Sample Room. Northern Swrie.
Distilled;water, Artificial Ice. $2.50 PER DAY Tad p.


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i -'o)lfi'It a ni~l o/it(l(o<)i .sp))rts in! .pi);t in"()f^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
'i;ns ,;,!ity (oddl yV al's..
(. Butler Smith and his nic(, ,, A1Miss
lat cli ior(ld, of New York. are iak-
;n' a stay at the hotel. MrA .S1mith
5 vice president of the lhretton IHJall
*oimuiaiNy., New York. h u
The president of the Bretton Woods If so, list it w t US
oipalany, ,". N. Conynghamin, has al-
so ai rived for a month, with Mrs. a
('onyi.ghant and a party including a o
Mrs. J. Hood Wright, Mrs. John Mar-
and Rtchard Robindson, of Wilksbarr h dan
Pen,.vilvania hav ing: dem ands
Messrs .John I. llarktr, Edmond
Morris and Charles Maiden. of Michi- almost e ery
gan City, are at the hotel for a l v ry u r
long stay. Mr. Barker is 1)prsidnthe for
of the Barker Car Coi)pai y, (,f Mii.nh- ; n
igatn City. in y r niy
A great inamleer of uest.s ,iav' re- ish c
isterd in the last we,.k ad thi,, furnishedh-
tel is rapidly filling. h 'il, season soc f ta e
far has been'I well ahead (f the avt r-
age and the rest of the w inter pI)rom-
~If you can not find
;ses to be more and ior'e successful. I
The base ball game between the" +ti t t o
Kentucky Military Institute, resulted time to call at our
3n a victory for the home tea in. The
score stood 3 to 1. The Kentucky off c s w it
boys were at a dance in tlll ,,ni office, just w rite a1
and brightened the room \itli tlieir *'
picturesque uniforms. description of the
Metssrs. l)uncan, ,Jlin, description of the. r
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ing experiments on a degree of cold
considerably lower than any which
occurs naturally, and he found that
at temperatures between 110 and 1,N0
below zero no covering of any kind
would keep cold out, or, more exactly,
would keep warmth in. There is noth-
ing surprising about that. The sur-
prise is in the result. M. Pictet is a
geutleH;.:i, who has suffered greatly
from iilivstiii. After an exio of s ctvr';ii it:es to the cold which
he h;xl *ri.d*.i>t, lie experience a sBn-
sa ti'l '4 i:l; '"r" \\ Iici'h he las h '.e-
scrilt 1t, 1: ,-:1 .t'- s,. \"lieii h tie had
eatel !; t. l u' i i'ie o(f the tir-
turv, tw- a dili:; '!t. ;iii aIlter: i'l i'ii :titl t'atein three or
four i;, < tiet, 10,1 ,1l tiirnl e"t entirely
cured't ]- .i;t,;* J ('*i':r ;!ii .


Teic Gallant C;bman.
Nu;t!;: _. rriiilos produces quite. su
ninml %i t I i' in a cabman as a sense of
beiitg hij'ti 'aii. which in most case.
moans t;i:ht lie has been Justly plaid. A
lady \vhl 1);i been guilty of this kind
of justice experienced the usual sense
of discimfr't when her driver straight-
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am -s, a e
*K.Mas ftera elderly bJ-tlee "o
ft pW te a beautiful MNew Ham
*lri Bv sWear W ae Srpee I
UaA the all night wi t this fline.
mOeN eo4 mUn. He anmwed me adzp
peaMd me with hS mordant humor.
Dw~ng t0e ele W the questi oa
the mstm both u ot womeacnatd
CUMe op for d o. A d the
odj ce'wiimaro to anrea abk

able as woIan. 1 remember thattmy
tie a of w-e talking over


plasran 'fdayt. a, "ye savree yohaet.
aBd U ot yor hptoint o we ooust

S'eaH, my dear/, i said to my wife.
rwe init both economgape-niothr
" 'Very well, Henry,* she said with
a tired air of submIssion to an un-
pleasant coing 11ts. a youn shave yourself.
and i'll cut your hair. "-Boseton Post

Hymnological Inoptitdoe.
The story of a minister who held a
religious meeting in a penitentiary and
aroused the ire of the Inmates by an-
nouncing as a hymn that one begin-
ning "The dying thief rejoiced to see"
is equaled by the Jale of jal ocal
preacher whoie church got In debt not
long ago. A congregational meeting
was held for the purpose of extricating
It, and the chairman of the board uf
deacons, or whatever the financial body
was, got up and stated the situation
and ended by calling for a special col-
lection to make up the deficit
a*I suggest that we sing a hymn," one
of the members of the church sug-
gested.
This Idea was carried out, and the
number of the song was announced. A
smile overspread many faces, however.
when they reached the line, "When we
asunder part it gives us inward pain."
Nevertheless the "sundering". process
was most successful and wasn't partic-
ularly painful either.-Louisville Cou-
rier-Journal.

Tailed Englishmen.
Natives of southern Arabia believe
that Christians wear hats only to hide
their horns. Formerly the continent
of Europe clung to the conviction that
the Rngllshmin's nether garments con-
cealed a tall. So late as the reign of
Edward VI. according to Bale, "an
Englyshman cannot travayle in anoth-
er land by way of marchandyse or
any other honest occupyinge. but it is
most contumeliously thrown into his
tethe that all Englyshmen have tails."
The belief probably arose from the
legend of the "Kentish Longtails.'"
The people of either Canterbury or
Strood (for the legend varies) mocked
at Becket as he rode by on an ass
and cut off the ass' tall. Wherefore
they and their descendants were cursed
with tails thenceforth. At least so
said jesters of other countries, and the
slander eventually reacted upon Eng
land in general. Another version sub
statutes St. Augustine and [orsetshire.

Cold as a Cure.
Cold of a certain intensity produces
not only hunger, but. as it has been
proved, health as well. Raoul Pictet.
the famous Swiss chemist, was mak-


Swallowed and Climbed.
A woman newly rich was invited to
an aristocratic dinner party. During
the course of fowl and salad this wo-
man noticed with dismay a fat. furry
caterpillar on her topmost leaf of let
tuce. Glancing up. she met her aristo-
cratic hostess' eye. The hostess, too.
had seen the caterpillar. Her gaze im-
plored the guest to save the dinner
from catastrophe. The guest gave her
hostess a reassuring smile. Then she
doubled a lettuce leaf around the cat-
erpillar and swallowed it calmly. The
look of awe and gratitude that her
hostess gave her was an assurance
that her footing In society was at last
firmly established.
"Did you think," said Mrs. Newly
rich to her daughter afterward, "that
I'd lose a chance of establishing the
family socially for a little thing like
a caterpillar?"

Spanish Surnames.
In addition to three or four Christi.n.
names the Spanish child cars the coi,
Lined family names of Ils fatiler an
mother. When the surnlahies are dlou
bled or connected by the v, .inaing-
"and." the first is the more I.iitortait
one and the only one that nmay ,be tak
en alone, for it Is in the father's na0n1,
while the last is in the inaine of th,
mother. In Spain they kno10w tM "sTII
lor" an(d "Junior." Father ald son"
may bear the same Christian n am,
but each takes his own mother's unamn
as a distinction, the father being, f,,i
instance. 'Pedro Diaz y ('astil I o ntd the
son Pedro Diaz y ivanco.


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101mbNiot Ppagmain. Utm mw tbe
tUts thus tate two am* CM am
bi tdwins aaufL thu brilliant
eing. comwt-.Utke apparition, over-
Saw" the mns mm or whoe fvor be
Is, a igh bidk while the German.
the ariou diglfled, deep artist, ap-
Paled to the eonnomeum and cultur-
ed m1 Wnea. Spobr both by prtcept
and example exerted a tremendous In-
Moce oN violin playing and violin
eoUmposIon and, tIn act, on compost-
.In general The greatest musit-
-a Ottf tiO At Jod In awe of him,
and even mRichad Waner, after Sphj
1m"w1r P&Kfu'[eDnfm'"
at Camel In 1843 where he was then
eoductot of the opera, In a letter writ-
ten to the great vlolnist displayed a
eose of gratitude of which in later
years mhe seemed Incapable. Spohr died
at Cassel In 185.--Argonaut

Tit For Tat.
A newspaper man who called on a
local manufacturer the other day to
pay a friendly visit found the latter
In no mood for friendly calls. He was
In a white beat.
"What's the matter?" asked the vis-
itor. "You don't seem pleased to see
me."
rOh. I would be pleased to see you,"
said the other, 'If 1 wasn't so mighty
mad at the meanest piece of petty
holdup I ever saw. Here's a check
from a fellow who owed me a bill for
ninety days, and darned if he hasn't
mailed the check at last and subtract-
ed the 2 cents for the postage stamp
that brought the letter."
"Can you beat that?" exclaimed the
visitor as he eyed the check.
"I can." said the other as he reached
for a telegraph blank. "1 am going to
wire him a receipt in full. and I'll wire
it collect."-Newark Call.

Supreme Court Ways.
When the supreme court of the Unit-
ed States assembles at 12 o'clock on
each Monday the room Is filled with
lawyers, clerks, newspaper men and
spectators. Routine announcements
are made by the chief Justice In a
voice no one can understand. Deci-
sions of great moment are rendered by
other Justices in mumbled words which
are not heard. Lawyers, clerks, news-
paper men and spectators stare hard at
the honorable justice who may be talk-
Ing or reading, some with hands curv-
ed into a round board so that they can
catch a few words If possible. But no
one In the courtroom shouts "Louder!"
No one would last very long if he did.
And should a person be sentenced fuoi
contempt of the supreme court it would
be the end. As an old colored em-
ployee once said, "Dere ain't no appeal
from dis cote."-St. Louis Star.


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can assure you that in return for your business. this bahuk t do y oilers a mlee
which we believe almost perfect, but noquestiesed security for every dolar eatrld-
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In cold, a-sumiigBlures.aere is our guarantee to every depsiter reard-
less of the amount he may have in this bank.


Capital a* *
Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders Liability


1 $100,000.00
50,000.00
100,000.00

Total, $250,000.00


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


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This bank wants your 6s,,ines$.


Merchants Bank


(Branch of Volusia County Bank)


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


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Seats on Sale at Hankins'
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Dance every Tuesday night.



"IN AN RIVER" ORANGES
Toe re ited to visit my groves,
md up4-date Packins House. and
seethe h-adsomes fruit and how it is
hbdaed. Tour orders solicited
Special attention givee to filit orders
by the box lor shipment.
MUNROE GROVES.
George H. Munroe.


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C. E. Curry was in the city yes-
terday from his turpentine farm at
Harwood.

Mrs. B. H. Williamson returned
yesterday afternoon from a several
days' visit at Lake Helen.

E. M. Mansfield left yesterday af-
ternoon for Crescent City. on busi-
ness. expect ing to bI) -one for se-,eral
days.

Mrs. C. G. M Nlitthes and Mrs. E.
P. Porcher and daughter, Mertis, came
up from Cocoa bl traiiia yesterday ai.-
ternoon for a visit m ith :, I>. ,.
Blodgett and family.


S*Launch for sale at a bargain. 30
by 7, with 8 h. p. engine. P. 0. Box
57, Daytona. d16-tf

Thc musicians of the Industr'ial
School entertained the guests of
The Austin Thursday evening.


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


Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Fleet, of the
Culver Military Academy, Culver,
Ind., Aho have been spending a
iiontil or ii.cre on Grandview av-
eue. Seabreeze, left this week for
Atlanta, where they will spend some
time with their daughter before re-
iari 'ii: to Oliver.

A *- \ Nl)--'iio best place to buy
.'-.ilie,, I'reseves, Marmialades and
' :,sNli/eiu -a.ll:, 8C. C. GILLEa1TT,
3;1-0r No Vall,-v St. Seabreeze.


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LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
9:47 today; 10:48 tomorrow.

THE WEATHER.
For Eastern Florida: Rain tonight
and Sunday; Partly cloudy in the
Northwest portion; warmer in north-
west portion; brisk northeast and
east winds.

*WANTED-teacher, morning hour,
Address, P. 0. Box 52.

Mr. and Mrs. D. McLaren are en-
tertaining at their Daytona Beach
home a party of friends who arrived
from the South yesterday afternoon.

Hon. Fred Sims, Secretary of State
e. Indiana and friend, Robert Brack-
en, of Frankfort, Ind., were in the
city Thursday, guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Smith, on South Palmetto av-
enue, for the day. They are enroute
on ap extended tour South, which
will include Cuba by way of the
East Coast and return by New Or-
leans.


*WANTED-Carrier boy for
peninsula. Apply to Daily News.


the


Mr. and Mrs. A. Hilliard and
daughter, Miss Marion, accompanied
by their maid, arrived Thursday
night from Dicknson, N. D., and are
established for the balance of the
season at their winter home on
South Ridgewood avenue. Mr.
Hilliard and family are several
weeks 'ater than usual in reaching
Daytona.

Win. Allen and his nephew, R. B.
Alien, are "in the city for a time.
Mr. Allen is one of the earliest coast
residents, having erected a hand-
sonime winter home at Port Orange
years ago and for a number of years
owned the Fleming orange grove, at
Holly Hill, now known as the Chris-
tiancy & \V!Ison grove.

Mrs. Sarah Atkinson and daugh-
ter, Miss Bertha. of Taylorville, Ill.,
.,rrived yesterday afternoon and will
spend: the balance of the season with
Mr. and Mis. Edmund Miller, corner
Pahnetto avenue and Cedar street.
.,irs. Atkinscn was located with Mr.
UiAd Mrs. Miller last winter, being
at thac time accompanied by anoth-
CV dcaugiter, Miss Lou Atkinson.


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CARNIVAL TENTS ARE CLOSED


AND BEACH STREET HAS


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SUMED AN AIR OF QUIETUDE.
It is not often that we are treated
to two rainy days in succession such
as wc have enjoyed (?) yesterday
and today. Wet streets, gray skies
and falling weather are usually of
but an hour with us or perchance
a day but rarely longer.
The rain is bad on the carnival,
which started off so auspiciously. The
little poodle ducks have been floating
down the street past the big hip-
podrome tents and all the little
,t1ts all morning, making one think
thatt the clowns and the various
other show people must be having a
damp time of it. It is bad on visitors
who had planned land or river ex-
rcursions; it is bad on the huckster
venders, and delivery people; it is
bad on the reporters and carrier boys
of the" Daily News.
But it is grand and glorious for all
growing things, and the millions of
tiny white roots away under the soil
ace saying. "Thank you: thank you."
And they are storing away precious
moisture that will be transformed
into life blood, and will return to us
later in foliage and flowers and vel-
vet lawns. In a utilitarian way,
which should have been mentioned
first, it has filled our soft wa-
ter tanks and washed the atmosphere
clean of all impurities, and it is
good all round, though temporarily
discomforting, for the sun will be
out tomorrow, and then the rainy
days will be forgotten, and we will
realize as we do 300 days in the
year, that Florida has the grandest
climate in the country and Day-
tona the most beautiful location in
Florida.


TRAFFIC SUSPENDED IN


WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA.


FOOD


AND FUEL


FAMINE


THREATENED AT CHICORA-15


TO 30 BELOW ZERO.


Does anybody know who those two
ladies are who came down the river
one day this week in a row-boat with
fishing tackle, in trying to tie the
boat to a stake along the shore a
short distance above the North
Bridge, both fell in the river and
hastily scrambled aboard and seemed
to be anxious to get away before any-
one saw them?


HOME CURE FOR ECZEMA


Dobes it not s,,cm siran,,'-e th~at so
Itlanl'l d -s ve' yir iin and vYe.ar
out wVith teczoea.
cen. Omt bottle of a simple wash
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IITTSBURG, Pa., Feb. 19-Rail-
way traffic in western Pennsylvania
is crippled today from a three
days" blizzard.
The temperature in tile northern
p-irt of the state is Ieported 15 to


;,0 below zero.
A food and fuel famine
e'iid at Chicora.
No mail from Pittsburg
;'p(.#-',\ d ;it IButlerr since
day.


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BOATSY vni"ce at A T ot
Five Hundred Feet of Free Dock, Free War, MR
Groceries at City Prices Launch Supe w v
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Hotel Dsln Barer Shop and
SM RDRTSSUIG PARIMOS
Miss Fairbank A E
Specialist i La&is' -air Darmi, Mami-
curin. Electrical Facial Mamsge d Swrgi-
cal Cbbvpwdy.
Work Done at Residences by Appointment.
Telephone S3.


H. T. McCLELLAN
Manufacturer of
WINDOW ad DOOR FRAMES amd WINDOW
and DOOR SCREENS, Misio. Fmnitmre.
Trnjt. Scrad Sawig,. etc.


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TRAINS COLLIDE; ONE FALLSW End IAI


TO BOTTOM OF A CREEK. L
: Collars "I
ONE FIREMAN INSTANTLY, Colrs
KILLED BOTH ENGINEERS Cant C
WILL UNDOUBTEDLY DIE. i.
if By Our Mnrr
WHEELING, WV. Va., Feb. 19--In a 7
rear-end collision between a freight 0Try
and an extra train on a bridge overt
a creek on the Wheeling & Lake# Dto na
Erie road near Conners, Jefferson .
County, Ohio, today, one man was -,T "
killed and three injured.
The bridge collapsed anid flt i vita h h.
ai1 engine andl two lo-aded cars initot c
the creek.
It i repo():te(d l tl itt the a,'idei.: .t
*\a -dIuse ,% a iniaundcri.-tandin4 ****,-,
S"(it'r. t Try a TriOe i-
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