~r in5 atII~ WthiWatw Restit a Plodd
"IZ~ : .~
Mnuu~ fLat, I
- ~K~a AVENUE
a a hav"i
~tit Cu p
hr mun taway
AMU M-ti- at
sming of the
bb ar before
A letter was
f 11 to come
'W a warm re-
of the cement
the rainfall is
In many places
l the residents of
Iulating the pur-
f.- the carnival
kB~ose of stocking
SmAd adding an-
the Lane. F.D.
I of this avenue, i
#t as fish warden.
TO BE HELD AT THE PRINCE
GEORGE HOTEL TOMORROW EV
ENING MUSIC BY TUCKER'S
Invitations were mailed yesterday
for the Elk's Charity Ball to be
given at the Prince George Hotel
tIL IL~wm V. P.
p ITZGE RALD. & OATES
A mys adCs am t Law,
Spca actiliftisfor mZ-iamluia
aI nifeotiugLam uld 1- -
In La Ostdjkmiiag. 'PhomIS
RIGHT GOODS AT
DisC VlPon to Treat Yo= Right.
L 'a B Your JewElers.
L. H. ROWE & CO.
.' NEVULE IL CLARK
EYES I rwTK^-FRAMES FlTE
Ofimi3af -- A bk
"Oh, You Skeptics"
The highest powered auto in the world "The
Benz" uses the famous MONOGRAM OILS.
If these people can risk it, do you think you can?
Gruber-Morris Hardware Company
"' you don't trade with uas we both lose money."
May Connect Canal With
tomorrow evening under the auspices t We
of Daytona Lodge No. 1141 B. P. 0. St. Johns In Six W eeks.
The 'committee in mailing the in- With only four thousand feet re- each other from the north and
vitatioms undoubtedly omitted many mining between the two dredges the sGuth.
names but It is the desire that all working toward each other from the It will not be long before a water-
Es having friends whom they de- canal at the head of the North river way of sufficient size to permit of
sire invited, hand the names to J. D. and from Pablo Creek oa the north the passage of small boats will be
C. Morris, Exalted Ruler. All visiting it is now believed that there will be completed. This will then be speed-
Elks are invited to attend whether an open waterway between Jackson-, ily widened until the last link in this
they have received invitations or ville and St. Augustine within thirty, great undertaking is brought to a
i' days or six weeks at the latest, says conclusion. There will then be a
Tomorrow evening's ball will be a the St. Augustine Record. complete waterway, extending from
Tomorrowrevening'scbaolvwill be Key
very elaborate affair 'n keeping with Five machines are now working Jacksonville to Key West.
al social events at the Prince George away, tearing the earth from the line; Capt. Seth Perkins is in charge of
Music will be furnished by Tucker's cf the cut and hurrying this great, 4 active work of excavation and
O7^ .yt i project towards final completion. The' i keeping in close touch with the
Dancing will commence at 9:00 o'- canal is being cut to a width of seve.I work. The other officials of the cam|
clock and tickets may be procured at ty feet and to a depth of six feet company are also frequent visitors to
either Young's Pharmacy or Han-.at mean low water. Between the the scene, of operations and are
kin's Drug Store upon presentation of dredges are two excavators which; watching with interest for the final
invitation cr Elk's visiting card. ire removing the surface earth and iad of the work. Sixty days more will
thus preparing the way for the. see it all complete according to pres-
l tT- J [ dredges which ae work.t-ng .1l ..
MMI ID COnrMEDY@:' RESIDENCE RANSACKED FEELING RUNNING HIGH
AaMLAA MUSICAL COMEtDY. 1- 9 % 1 111001% 0% 31EndAR *
AND LAT[R IIURNtD.
THE MUSICAL FARCE COMEDY,
TRACTION AT OPERA
Notwithstanding the inclement
weather of Saturday and Saturday
night the l.yman Twins drew a large
crowd at the Opera House to witness
Lheir popular musical comedy "The
The people of Daytona are accus-
tomed to stay closely at home on
rriny nights and the large audience
that greeted the Lyman Twins was
in agreeable surprise to the manage-
ment of the Opera House, emphasizing
the fact that the public is beginning-
to realize that Messrs Snead and
Weitz are providing Daytona with
attractions of more than ordinary
The program .an unusually lonii oi ,
vas full (of int te .e t t';f: nii I ,ikinin
to end The twins. H<>C.artl C. a;.d
Herbert 1. Lyinani. ;le tx iI'elt'
levertr COI"t(i ,t ii s and ,I : i :;ip ':, ,,i
i,y a stro m, co r ( in I'a '.. x ;:: 1 ..-. il- : i
AT- JOHM E. PRICE RECEIVES UNWEL
HOUSE COME NEWS OF DESTRUCTION
OF PROPERTY AT COLUMBUS,
rtei'eda ilettei' froam thle caretaker
(I i. io:ii' at ('oliuinbus, (i o.dted
F'e ). l!Ithz. -.ayin- 'that his h(1'~hn
ht II r'aris: eke it h d uf,..linr' lit ,z
ti; d ~~ %kt,: t eias to) I,
ground, en!tailinizg a lo~ss oil fully$2-
THOSE WHO INSULTED WHITES
WILL BE PUNISHED WHEN THE
TROOPS WITHDRAW, DECLARES
A MOB LEADER.
('AIRO. Ii1.. Fel). 21--Feeling is in-
nse amai:'sZ Inezro's who insulted
*:-: v,..itets a: th'e funeral of Alexan-
,iz'r i.,!lid',.v a mniember of the mob
,,t Aby a dtllputy in the attempted
. ncii:.ng Tlhursday night.
An acknowledged mob leader to-
ti-iy made the statement that no at-
,'*ipr to lyn(h will be made while
*iCt militia is on guard, but as soon
,A' t!1 troc'is withdraw the insulting
!"'o '-.s wil! l)he p.inisl. d
All tro'ops :t!- still 1n 1d ity. :id
(Iot ', '"r co I;)p .'iy ,t:':':\ ,l ,i'>i.'-y .
UNIDENTIFIED STEAMER SIGHT-
ED DRIFTING LAST NIGHT BUT
UNHEARD FROM TODAY IS
FEARED TO BE LOST.
LONDON. Feb. 21-The latest es-
timate of the fearful storm which has
been sweeping England is 100 dead,
and the list is constantly increasing.
An unidentified steamer was sight-
.d last night drifting off Cat Craig.
Scotland, but she is unheard from to-
day and feared lost.
The storm is general throughout
MARYLAND AMUSEMENT CO.
TO REMAIN ANOTHER WEEK.
THE STREET CARNIVAL
CONTINUE TO LEND GAITY AND
EXCITEMENT TO THE CITY
THROUGHOUT THE WEEK.
The Maryland Amusement Com-
pany, which pitched its tents on the
Beach street parkage last week, has
arranged with the city authorities to
continr.ue the show through this
week. in order to make up for the
less of time occasioned by the unus-
aally bad %eatlier of Friday and Sat-
The company is a well organized
and well conducted aggregation of
.,iiows and in the afternoons and
eveningss particularly when the lights
ar'e on, forms a very attractive feat-
ure of amusement for the visitors
ai d townspeople alike, as was evi-
-tnced by the crowds around the
,.,rG; bot(.hs and shoxis during the
L ;sanr weather o f lis' week and
the unusual number of people upon
TIl." shows will all be open this
lftternoon and evening, the Ferri-i
\\heel and merry-go-round will aj;aiii
attract, a (crowd. the canaries and the
"old fish % ill be in evidantce and the
li:i!h diver will make his perilous
i)l tiii- fr'o:ii the dizzy height. Co('n
"it amni i th', l r.1i' )a ili, 'eP t (!'UW,'A t,
.i i ;
OPENED THIS AFTERNOON.
ALL THE POLICE FORCE AND
MANY EXTRA OFFICERS
QUIRED TO STOP THE FIGHT.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb 21-RioUtf
among the. street car strikers waS
resumed this morning when the cow
pany attempted to run cars.
The entire police force and hau-
dreds of extra policemen succeeded
in stopping the fights Becau-
many fighting workmen were foo"
to resume their regular duties, the
city is practically in a state of selge.
No cars were run throughout tW
Few cars are running today a"
thousands were forced to walk CW
Union Organizer Pratt says the
company is beaten.
Many strike-breakers were rm
ported thi3 morning. There is 4WA.
ger of a general strike as the load
Federation sympathize with the strik
ers. The company and strikers y
they will refuse a compromise. Frm
the present, outlook a long strums
is in prospect
ered together In New r'W P
and are now on their way to Philaddl
pia. Four hundred more will arrive
this evening. Four thousand will bq
rciruited in New York.
The attempted lynching of a motor-
man in Kensington resulted In injur-
ing f(-rty rioters by the police riding
down the mob. Police-lieutenant
Sikes. mounted, dashed into the
crowd, rescued the motorman and
dragged him several hundred feet
into a store, the rope being already
affixed to the motorman's neck.
The miob then attacked the con-
ductor and wrecked the car.
A second riot call brought out ti.
pnlirhce reserves, who charged the
n)ob, wounding forty and arresting
Th- C('owmpany has ordered all cars
from the FVrankford barn off te
streepts ;is t'ry rcar riun tolay has
been wr,(.kt d.
MARRIES BROTHER OF
.\ I. i itie I of this- place,
( N, 'A ~ :i.~! iarried
* K ~ *. N. i.~*. \ P.
:1 ~;. lt ~ r.Wit.
()I ile of.
AGAINSI CAIRO Nt6KgtS@
"r o ,
1 i '
- -, *~~~1*
~- ~ -~ -~__
Emm n- LAUUKY
SM m-- -UT, RATnnA. FI.KU
^-*---r-. t? Night Shirts
..wo.. o uhi ..
s-afr rT i sockfi. per pair
-W Owff. I Handkerrhief.
Al Imdow ChCkbeo at correspoDdi ni p
PRODUCERS OF THE
I 3~Cfbter we Bar
No. 2u XNorth BaF Ure-t.
Lpe Leoom In Embroldery an
TOMOKA RIVER -
O 0E0 SMYRNA
ON= SAM id -ROKEE
"Lnrin. rowtt. and EKxe-Ilf-t e.-r
Vkc. L. IL ELLUNW"OP. Mgr.
IT A VTT)FO"T CYCLE
SH.L C Thompson. Agent
D wXo nsra,'lnr enz:B nh^ t:
m any tim-. Pbon- V-.
FI E. T. PITCHER
North Beach St. Daytona. Fla.
i CALL FOR MY CIGARS
Clear Havana Smokers Sc
X Coatractor and Bmilder
n aon Fbor i No' :*-,c-.
S l'AYTTA. F A4R114
I Filling and Grading
I Hearv Rauling a Scal,,y
RPGOOD MEAT bTC
__ TI b:.h a ^c^2nc
10 W- V
L~f manl u
ma lo ab m
- D.- D & -. M. ROGERS-.-
I y L MAREE. observer.
| e r ata' iJog o-(mni IL isp h wailth of natund a W K- 1w
rn i- ber u"a r"e beachL NA 1 LEe an eay i for the ta
An who ever set foot upom its IRS&& to give the f p"t tonbe
msooth, packed =ad&; o me who tWhicr have Wrougt out the cotom
. I ever pedaled a bicyde over It ex- jy I and outline. of the big picture.
pae; o e wo eer droe a Man did all this in the laying ot
Spine; pir hof ever ad -irt ... .. .... of the streets with their wide margin
ed to the popping of their steel shoes j AUTO OWNERS, ATTENTION- of package. The entire city become
upon its asphaltunkHlike tface; no one we are about to enjoy other In a great park with driveways blue-
Rubber. Don't you think it will ay youlO-
DA. who ever steered a high-power an- nowtoin tit thi merit of VIca secting.miles upon miles ofdrive-
0 tomobile down the broad stretch of ing. With proper work you get one-third ways SO gOOu as to attract motorists
1 more alge---quite an it-.m at the present
Swave-washed and surf-packed sand time. Practical work done at THB VUL- from all over the continent.
.... but realized that it is a world-beat- CA IZM RS. COTTA-E AvriEo-. Win. And as for the pavements, pave-
i er. a world-wonder. Go stand upon nS TIRES for FLORIDA ROADS ments that look and act like granite,
ori-es. this wide speedway and see the hap- .-where else between the eastern I
Mo py souls flit by in joyous mood, and FOUND AT LAST 'and western seas are so many miles
answer whether this is not one of A place -- Beach Street where. p portion to inhabitants? The
r the seven modern wonders. yo a e o Cooaeta' pavement ques-t'on stands with the'
:1^ ax R~e.^you can et Hot Chocolate that's.. .:dw
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River. stAjeet as one of the chief draw
Made right and served with Whip- cards. Till some unheard of
n -Where think you is water with more. t _
u;-.-s,1- surrou gs eary a_ _ped Cream 5c a cup. pace reports more and better, Day-
P-m o..T. .le T F. CURTIS & SON tona throws down the gauntlet to the
t-:o i-. a.Tis::c cottages w:t. -roomy ... .b c n a
mo verandas locking out upon her osoeme r s Squirrels. Ficwers. Birds and Frut.:
S. JLSe D unn Bros. \'hV"atever oone s shortcomings and!
r- bi konig as i were to thos- however indifferent or even callous
*be-S. 11-wic-s~ing. as A4: were, to those;,s,. z
.. .... r 2 TA Te 1 oC may be to many things, the mere
Ait rod and reel: her tosom fleck- u Se s. .
and rel he b iC W n eI5ndow mention of flowers and Squirrels
Sed with duck and coot and snowy- vi a.w e. t l
-, .. .. birds and fruits" w il send a th -m
ad winged sea birds, which sit about ast s rflte i send pl
8 i* f for the sport of bobbing upon the t a..._c__ ,n -, en e pu
-- waves; watch that lubberly old and pricked ears.
White headed pelican pouch a fat For every visitor wtan a spare goo-
m .llet..and..hat mish hawk s,~,,, m ber there is a brnny ready to come
O muuet, and that fish hawk st-nli | m BUSINESS ANDD I u n ",/...
....... .... ..... .. US IS and accept vour gift. He will sit bolt
upward with his floundering load he n I MTrCCT^MLT A I
S snatched from the water l o hPROFESSIONAL upright and knaw into the meat,
a snatched from the water. casting furtive, sau.cy glances at you
See the beautiful launches. spick | ADVERTISEMENTS|VIL1
and span, their hampers and lockers i |.. meanwhile-
S bulging with refreshments both solid in Flowers. Usually fresh and bloom-
Sand liquid ready for a cruise upon th ingithe year round You aere reminded
beautiful surface. Take out your fiel JoA a n Vaa, P, G of Goldsmith's couplet where
ad* glausaiu swee te r r. r J BO Van valzahl, Phr. Smiling spring its earliest visit paid
0 glass and sweep the river from -antona ,',-Mco -T^;" "** .. ph;-:,- hour, ,
d -Orondg brde to Ponce Park .: : ... And summer's lingering blossom-
_0 lionght are todoceaPar
: light house, then say whether the Nose, ,Thrt. Lm at l R thai treated are delayed.
Halfax isn't a thing of beauty and by the Electro-Therimos-Vibratory Method. In one yard roses of varigated hues
0 ,a joy forever, and one of the modern i'1^ tn B-,:-.'' T.- T.- v-. -,r predominate; another household has
.- o | wonders., :. :"- ....ur a penchant for the poincetta and the
S.. .. 'premises are aflame; another is hid-'
i The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge- i a .. .l al ai
I wood. iosone ***- some*"60"5 den in a Jungle of tall cane Variety
.... i* I.i'a the spice of life and here is where:
Sg R.dgewood avenue is upon the crest'. DR. F. H. HOUGHTON =you find it.
0 of a broad ridge, straight as the crow !The birds flit in. and with their
flies and the wide spreading branches; lSt joyous notes hep to give fullne
_of the heavy-trunked live oaks ex-, 1, ... p.- and zyvmmetry to ,h-picture, .
tend their giant arms across the mar- 0 PHOMK w F. -. B A for fruits. hoce trus fruits, C
.. -.,n, v.:. f. .rmgz an arch. and eoUSUSSUoUSUSoio Uon US Daytona yields th.e pa- to none for
Sc- 4 e. tended arms gqalt f aty and quanttyr per acre. There
-C-- c.-- Spar:sh moss sway t *, E icors of ::,zs _-ores in prox-
wtrne :.ds from the tropic seas OSTEOPATHY t t lec t hes bending
f-an rthe-m Looki.-t' trabght- ahead i DR. J C He'-..an
d ,,wte hl l r.h j;"oe,-A .... ...., 1 1 _oT e ete wi. e r burdens of
|down tvis white shell street ose ha0 j m -,- ., Y -. eoden ;.-es, which for
1 N E T H F .A w N N _k Y T A
:he impression of a fairy path with N 1 T.H ,.. : ,.r- ea.:y, profi.ca', and all desirable
*ef.fh, draperies, bu: as y Ou move; ," .-- ;--:o T ,-It;- .,* w wl ':il, v .,, .s c,
m- P5 .f(.o n + o. ;->" -" -I x- 0 a:. .b:s h w c u .
a ong and c&^t an Eye first tCo te om*oEOUOBH*U--OINOUNOiOIIu The Fastest Autos ard The Finest' 1
i- j.gh.: and then to the left you fee di?-! Out.
;UO tinguished cottage homes :n .the most 30. 3i E@ElUtEmt OlO 300 ,l crlwoider, do TOU
*: ,,I ". 4 Ta evenuh r.dwnedyo
.di._tful stings. U E. L. STEWART T C-me. whetherr frcm Missouri
__ _-e the glistening ieaf of :he grand Physician and Surgeon -. -,- Ma:ne. fr-o_ r Kaiamazco or
magnoiLa wh:ch nature Las varnished X-ray and HUgh Frequency --;---c -- 7 ._ "sho-'.n'
njs C arisis- b~s erer anM;Bd X*-ra and ats H:-h Fr *^ ^-^:&r-. an fr,-~ sh'~
s cr.:.~" .ush ., cou-d: *zd equesncy -:.+: w+e"h, r, : ,
5^ecabbage palms w::h the~r tburderns ^ App-atu., -., .^ t.r. .~. e.er r. ":C>-
*, sh ~owy f.--: and s iyv" paa : U :, th
lO O y.-r s- :n- HV ---* A--,-- b;'e the fra
e : h e l cv e .y h o. .~ ^ e x q u :s _. ^
g .:e .-.rc .:.e 5.5-tei.._.,. v:cre AIORO*0* IOTOCOEOLDOE O O ._ : .+ -.z --,- ... = .- ';,-
: ". /^ "-- i- S "x ." E fa :r:- S. H. S- -
* :. -- ARCHI EILER -
* ,. :'' -:=. : ;"e'. :,'. a .=" S:... a=d CONTRACTOR -:. --*- -- L : .... .L :"-
--. -- =
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Six Acres of Park-
:=*'- -: S
age- All Modern
Day and up
L 7. BURDICK
Six Acres of Park-
age. All Modern
Rates; $3.00 per
Day and up
I Z. BURDICK
All work 2'Utr-
ai the increasing popul-
mands. Besides hotels and
houses there is ample cot a
codaticn :or all winter viA
Seabreeze ;ct.a:ns a
cpera hose azd a
Church at Da;-c.=a Beach is a JL
Cz:r-ch A= ex:e.ent hi4h i
-- -:=-a-.-he -ision lia a
-*eez :he :r.- *tzs. Both
.-_ e enerr-s.= ".,s css4 en,:ne
--'-~:c > 3- .' cr:dened by
A.-'-e z'..c left anad f
:he a:!- the
.1.* .- *^ --.~ Beach. h t-
Th;~ ~~ ---.-.- :^c X':avtoua ab
-- .- --.
m la o
* A4 r inthe ine1
r thei winters wit b-- ,
so low = ins me
Sbycas of noro wrBft,,
1a 'of~ nyMT s
wheo dentrine to snmt
ing exfrmmwa of hwoM0
t he i interan, widin
am DnOW raTing
ateion. hards ths aso i^
thvealhu loctiod int ^^^
ate from the mN*
class of tourigts.
The mean itsr age l B
degrees in the s mzowma
in the winter, with an
ato ]iOimarks thie as as 4
healthful locations ina"
the country. north, w
The ocean itself. wh it
beach. bard as ma- 3
a. a e Cor. is the gr o
although earth and air
to have entered into a
to enhance its every o c
beach is the famous
cos where every vmidS
tawa record has be= eo
into ad p~m talmostin *T^ *t ^
ptnd eyon the mcocp *^ ^*
these reords nit coatiuu,
ithsout rival. t b
The amd of this famo s
t composed artesdy of O m
For ant Natwe ha bum
Itheom upen washing eat bf
suarf and pale driin to
under the mcroan pe O&
is round, unfit forn it ur
say. be--am a its Stwoothinm
its holding together. ye4
contemplately, the vrt yM
leaves the wet. apparently
these round particles sdf
into a cemet almost as e .d
ephalt. a beyond the o
'one who has not Sm it.
tunes aivi, as tverae of *n-
eigt i ous ent r uooely^ rebil
Thet beach has. a idh f
feet. and can b sd fryom t-cwk
aitr umtelv t 500 ouSantr --H
ahs sidewal asu avrae wel k- af
Secasreces aebend Dtopna JatJ
xw K now& a
~ *. -
0~ ftmif i>Wm by i -
and"="W0-- 0 ilt.illl-Itlls
fli 1 Pft of F. W. SAMS
(UMatm tMAW of ta.
Iit Mw wiayraa ies trOf
is eroy inviting toe
-,, 'm, zda, .
r, _,--=ft as bd t]amite
^f i G M&e owe a ched by
~t a wmgewin state-
~ fg there thlape of by-
ntew Smyrna as trullet
SmB p re-t y eeker. Herpret
i dt.e best fish aing and
f f t US of Florida.
B e thrifty, the barm s which
IMI kah- at reaonble pr~ce
Bhp el th&es celery grown in
risedo- this land. Allunite
MH ^ala iow in a --ce,
t t. w te come the aom-
ft sste no Thereare
ai th e tax levy is low.ple
t te ruins ofor the Old Span-ored
Ot wanted somba andcllent
~edun a spbeahd public lib-
m a y a quarter milestty
1Wt w Sma.a A goodn
as cloeda to 2,000, and
wwy twewinter residences.
-l goA teels and boarding
Sas by an find accutomobile.
to mo1 your requirements.
t- te gat pine flats can be
mte resT This land has
alld into small farms which
of he finest celery grown in
Sft is raised onus; this land Alren-
jfties~ grow in atw~nAsnCe,
b-@ %o is the home of the faruins
anSy ma hs no bonded in-
a the tax whilevy there is now.
1-ft-tic history of their origin, it
Ja pt that touhe rist should fail
"ilia tee oo powerful Kingdom of
^-efirs planted its flag upon what
4a *ow A-erican iL. It was built
I ib the ruinsoof being of the Old Span-
-- atnl cut into thin slabs
-d 06*.u d with cement plaster.
-trivegare surronded it.
whic were nlo _ed by a stone
Sof whichstand still remain.
toa s anduaaly o me in parties
-rry and curious but the spell of
of New Sm,,%rna. A good
o place alls upon them andtrip
emsipmadte to sitby alone, silent and
aseditative, render the arches or be-
i the great wpne flats by the
Is itate on the peninsupla oppositeof
wefor the pious; this ren-
for th picnicker. The ruins
'Mandl %a"While there is no
PPhistory, of their origin, it
pussmed that the Mission was
OMby the Fra-itc-ne in the days
Ow heonce powerful Kingdom of
ew Smyrna panted is g unconnected by a
amAmicza soil. It was built
good road and bridge overing of the deep
rrt of Indian River. Here youslabs
d #W.&. with cement plaster.
Mkntsive gardens surrownred it.
$3.00 per Day
A House Strictly
First Class in
Dinners for j lotor-
ing Parties a
Rates: $2.00 per
Day and Up
L. C. CHlISHOLM
Oldest stand In town
NEW MSXYRA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
Is thb Placui
MRs. H. MOELLER
Metn! for Tr n,4lents
., I TI A
I'm Just going to
sit h,,r- and fish and
eat Oraagos this
winter. There sar-
omte good epnip
grounds n-tar mine.
O01ni xnd piteh vou"
tent on one ::nd oith
mef on th.- ;o:.
IA ic r6F T Y.Tr
Ploa. nt;'.*. .,
on(ir..n d... ,
ORMONI, 1 .. .
Frank M.,son. *."-.
Rat-s: V'2.' nn"i $-..>
perdtay; S ,
;5.#b) p,-r w. -k
Pure Home-Made "
Speddl Attention to
1E33UT AWAUDi AlTI
P&n- Amerihan Ex-
N#e-t India Exposi-
E. C TOTMAN
I ,..!t :nd t Rmok.'d
c ; o'." R' St. A i i, 1,-
S N ,; r !1 of
. 1*T i.L t);ItNiAIN
IBeed, Knox andl
* T" l".'1 V, P,- T,, ." !
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.
Many fine residences are main-
tained on either side of the river,
most of them embellished with sub-
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
The town is very cosmopolitan,
has an excellent graded school, sev-.
eral churches, a fine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
comfortable and convenient hotels
'U- 1 boarding houses.
Ormond has many of the Florida
atti --tions-fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
salubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
SAt Ormond Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
sister, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
Halifax River, while the latter has as
its outlook the magnificent beach and
the broad Atlantic.
The walks in all directions are
Particularly attractive, and the ar-
bors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
I rustic seats which are mute invita-
Stions to enter into the enjoyment
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-
riage or automobile-long drives and
short drives; drives through groves
of golden oranges; drives through
dense tropical forests to Spanish
ruins; drives to the ancient Cause-
way built by the slaves of planters
of long ago, and drives to the planta-
tions of hospitable settlers, whose
places are replete with the interest
of Southern fruits and flowers.
One of these interesting planta-
tions is Number Nine, located on the
peninsula, five miles north of the
SHotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
orange grove, together with great va-
rieties of other sub-tropical fruits
Five miles further on you come to
Moundgrove, one of the finest orange
grove in this section of Florida.
Moundgrove is on the headwaters of
the Halifax River and is amid pretty
surroundings. The place is reached
by a good road [passing Number
Nine] and is a drive all tourists may
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On River Front
A First Class Mod-
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Single or En Suite;
with or without .
Private Bath. Ser-
vice and Cuisine
A. M. WATSON
On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South of Ormond
One of thi
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Will Practice in
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Comment is Really
PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE
OWNER of the BEST
IN PORI ORANGE
Fine Truck Lands
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PORT ORANGE is a pretty little
village situated five miles south of
Daytona on the Daytona-New Smyrna
hard-surface road, the scenic highway
of the East Coast. The town is lo-
cated on the Halifax River, over
which spans a bridge from the town
to the peninsula opposite.
The town is well laid out and has
many pretty homes owned and occu-
pied by residents and winter tourists.
It has several churches, one of the
best graded schools in Volus:a
county, two general stores, a real
estate agency and two or three hotels.
A large number of tourists and
*,.i:at'r r,'-id.,tits make Port Orauc
Lots for Sale.
Ocean or River
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Attorneys at Law
Practicing In all
State and Federal
Special facilities for
pI erfeeting titles
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Isnac A. Mtfwart
Attorneys at Law
sind Notaries Public
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DELAND, the e ty "at of
is situated 23 miles southwest of
SDaytona and is reached fom the Ut-.
ter city by as exmelleat hard-suwam
road recently Pnaty -uced.
At DeLad is located the John B
Stetson University, oan of the lead-
ing dcatio-al istinos of the
South. Because of the interest in
matters educational DeLaad is known
as "The Athens of Florida."
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and inshuctois. There
art over $ ,000 in buildings and
equipment; nearly $300,000 endow.
ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
res wnting an investment in building,
endowment and books, of more than
$120,000. The library is the United
States Covetument depository for the
State of Florida, and coaftiw- 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 pop, itio of about
3,500, with a thickly settled co.Atry
adjacent DeLand proper is five
miles east of the St. Johns Riverfa
the high, rolling pine land of the
great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.
The predominating p odm.t* are
oranges and grapefruit, the estimated
crop from this vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches pears, Japan persmmnes,
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 ights,
a system of waterworks that is owned
and operated by the city, supplying
the purest water at little cost
Nine houses of worship testify that
DeLand is a church-going commu-
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth-
odists (Northern and Southern), Pres-
byterians, Christians and Catholics,
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
The graded school offers a ten
years' course, and the building which
it occupies is newly furnished
throughout, and is one of the most
commodious and best equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DeLand
is made by automobile in a little
over an hour, and there are many
pretty drives in the vicinity of the
county site. A good road leads to
DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic
spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
bubble from ,he 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
hard road. There is a shell road
from DeLand to Orange City, five
miles, 2nd a good road from DeLand
to Lake Helen, a like distance.
DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA
DxLAND, V Ia.
Next to P
Largest Stock Of
Mouth of Jac'onvUle
D LAND, FLA.
Buggies and Surr@yV
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ly srad r.squaly w~e~n
hsaulfWgs~In hinin. Youll he
mrpdsed at tePrIGMs
We Fe GILLEDx Jr. & CO.
The pro= ~in
Vik top baudhLg ,
~ him nAftnbWKsim-o apilo
~, ~w"ahm 410 ll6etoon
the in of atuto n pio16e
~ aSMO moMto n pltof sa*k
W iowes=& Il te Plumtse awa
S&D t I nm t A f o od. T ow. soall
~ aime hbb d f frwud-h
____an -to hare a ti ltk
him fr allftera
@. tm at dC tism Is. lIagp.
ft be-aWfo bema pikAt eofishark-
Is W to- mthelatteratwu~'
a ubqo shut Ow tmM te'
GN a w vowbim famil- whie
r- 40 OW t e -- waneMtog in er.
the P" thltte scapod "n.
14b ftsp v- a*m of x tha 4.-
I bty Man mt bIngamnse
An mk vet Rktodiouly n T thck.
Swith eewly frielnsobetio 9 ~apL!
"mbye bamelboade t impomitug"*toI
1- m tSa frgvthes a diat.:so
the tweut than whretulPruail
atom*"anif tbf iturn sime
The Odn Dif---W k
Orteda wa as black as might &od
f b e proportions& but It eery Pon-
uftt way she a ied her lender young
-. for whom shae had a great ad-
aom1t? -1 lie to look Jew'. muce
Mks you as I ean." she often said.
4 '5 ee you looks jes' like a lady orter
bok. MW Heedaou."
Qorlita ntrustmed all her sabopping
o Mrs. HedernMon and scorned the
iht colors and pronouuwed styles at-
ftA by her own friends. One day
she asked her mistress to buy her a
pair of low shoes. As she made the re-
quet she glanced with admiration at
the slim little foot showing beneath
te edge of a dainty sUirt.
"An' I want 'em j"' exactly like
yours. Mis' Hend'son." said Clorinda.
Do dif'eoce 'ceptin" dey's gotter be
Side nines so maybe de buckle might
*pear better If 'twas a teenty mite
larger'n yours."--Youth's Companion.
Odd French English.
A correspondent has been studying
EngUish prouneictioa in a French d.ic-
tionary (Pierre Larousee. 1890 and
picks oat a few examples to show bow I
much effort is neceary for a French-
man to acquire a true articulation of
Egfish. They are all taken from
a surpbringly long list of English
pbraes current in Franc. "Broken
down" (as applied to a race horse. IS
*"br-kDidaouU" "Dead beat" Is ren-
dered as "did-hith," which Is Ingenious.
but hardly correct. -Al-lalf" Is not a
bad attempt for "high life." although
the aspirate mUasing. -Self govern-
ment looks an even more imposing
political Ideal as -elf ghbeuvernmentt."
and the word "shocking" is quite ap-.
pUcable when rendered "chok-inn-que "
The opening words of Hamlet's fa-1
mous soliloquy have a decidedly for-
eign look. "Ton bl or nott ton bl.
that is thi kouess-tcheunn."--Manches- -
An Order Could BS Filled.
Customer (in Boston restaurant)-
Waiter, have you any fried eels? Wait-
er-We have eels& sir, and they are
usceptible of being fried.
Number of Nails to a H srohm.
Centuries ago there lived a farrier,
Walter le Brun by name. whoee dex-
I0ty at the anvil ou the occasion of
a great tilting meeting on the banks
of the Thames was noticed by the
them reigning monarek. Edward III,
who rewarded the blacksmith by
granting him suffelent land adjoining
the tilting green for the erection there-
on of a forge. As quit rent he had to
present annually to the king six horse-
shoes and sixty-one horseshoe nails.
To the modern mind the number of
nails would appear to be superfluous.
but when it is remembered that the
horseshoes of that period required ten
nails apiecet it will be seen that the
calculations of Edward II1. merely al-
lowed one over in case of accident
Furthermore, the.shues were all to be
for the horse's fore feet, from wiii
fact some historians draw the infer-
ence that the animals ridden inr the
knights' tourna ients were encouraged
to injure each other with their front
-Correct to a T."
Our earliest quotatiou for Eris or for
the kindred phrases "'to suit one to a
T." "to fit to a T." "to know one to a
T." Is of 1693. Can any one help us
to an earlier example? No one of our
many instances throws any light upon
its origin. A current obvious conjec-
ture would explain "a T" as meaning
"a T square." but to this there are va-
rious objections. We have no evi-
dence as yet that the name "T square"
goes back to the seventeenth century
and no example of its being called
simply "a T," and in few if any of
our Instances would the substitution
of "a T square" for *'a T" make any
tolerable sense. The notion seems
rather to be that of minute exactness.
as it were "to the minutest point."
But the evidence is mainly negative.
If examples can be found of "T
sqouape" before 1700 or of its reduction
simply to "'T" or of earlier examples
of "to a T" they may help to settle the
actual origin. London Notes and
T IE ATTHA AILY S
I Published evry evnhng, except aun-
day, from December 1 to April 1, by
T.N Frl BAXLDo, ditor-Manager.
C.S.I HAI,-ts, City Edttor.
Oco. F. OnovC. superintendent.
Entaed as seeond-elass matter De-
cmlber 1, 19W0, at the poait offlee at
l.ytona, Florida, under the Act of
March &I, Ml9
During a receuL slight UliDeM the
fle.year-old Teddy, usually so amia-
ble, flatly and obstinately refused to
take his medicine. After a somewhat
prolonged and Ineffectual argument
with him his mother at last set the
glass of medicine down, leaned her
head on her bands and "played" that
she was crying. A moment passed.
and the tender hearted Teddy, unable
longer to bear the sight of his mother's
stricken ,attitude, inquired. "What's
the matter. mother, dear?" With-
out removing her hands from her
eyes she replied. TI'm grieved that my
son won't take bis castor oil for me."
WberunIiii T eddy sat up in bed and
offered consolingly: "Oh. I wouldn't
Feel bad If I were you, mother, dear.
Father will be home soon, and he'll
make me take lt."-Delineator.
Bunching the Hits.
A legal journal tells a story of an
Illinois attorney who argued to the
court one after another a series of
very weak points, none of which seem-
ed to the court to have any merit until
the court finally said, -Mr. -. do you
think there Is anything In thee
points," To which the attorney re-i
plied. "Well. judge, perhaps there Isn't,
much In any one of them alone, but IJ
didn't know but your honor would kind I
of bunch them."
Eskimo Baby Talk.
With the ordinary Eskimo language
consisting of such words as igloo, ah-
we-lU-ah and ka-loo-lo,-ks one can but
wonder what their real baby talk
sounds like.-Binghamton Republican.
A perfct and imosit cuo ial ftd hr
and Statlory Oid
S. B. Grn,
'PhusN& 70 w
Dixie Flyer and South
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Lv Waycro-. A.C. I.. ...... 10:1S pm Lv W
Ar Nacon. G. & F ........ S:Oam Ar A
Ar Atlanta. C. of G .. .... .*0 am Ar AU
Ar Chattanooga, W.& A ....... 11 am Ar
Ar Nashyllle.N.C. & at.L L .43pm Ar
Ar St. LoulsI.C .... 7a Ar4 am AH
Ar Hopktiasvillle. L.& N..... S: pm Ar
Ar Henderson, I.& N......... .:15 pmn ; Ar
Ar Kvansvlle. L. & N ..... 9: pm Ar
Ar Terre Haute, K. & T. H. I.-JO am. ar
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Rolld train Jace'onrllle and Chicago. i
Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping 'arm. ta--a
Coaches and BaKggage Cars. Pullman a". 7-=
SleeplngCarsJacksonville and 8t. Louts. and
Dining Cars Atlanta and Evansvtll-. Cars to CM
For esa. w other iDa i. Passs d
A. W. FRITOT, Div. Pass A#.
Ccime and -see for yc'urst'
*vv* I v I Tvvv~,y vyy~ y-y.
Is the name of a new addition iust outside the City limits of Daytona
and we will offer a limited number of lots at your price, and on easy
terms. These lots front South Ridgewood Ave., facing the east and
are all high and dry. Daytona is growing rapidly and real estate val-
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e ed by white Northern help,
GooI IG hos in the North, and white
ic'thbmo. lThe table will be supplied
f m amMo, cooked and s 4
IP, d Homel Shelter L
erved by the~
land N. Y.
D & Holod, Proprietors
d improved Since Last Season.
IM Grounds-Located on River Front
Coert Twice Daily
ml m THE BRISTOL, As"mry Park, N. J.
tatio eaves Prince George dock for
Ty Tueaimy *MoMig at. 8:00 o'clock
New and First-Class.
Roms with or without
L M. MARBETTE,
Prop's and Mgrs.
highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
inomodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
bt, furnace heat, private bath. New and
dmatb. MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.
iFD FURNISHED COTTAGES
ib Homelike and Comfortable. Directly
Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and
HORACE F. STEWART
-M _ACH FLORIDA.
E IVY LANE INN"
etering totb most p.rtlculnr proplE. (.ntriral loentlon.
6 ,ilwr.I m than utwo blocks from theclul*. .Wnk. j off'ttev.
*MS. B end 5.M per day-$&.0. anid h:hIcr p r wk.
Open November to May.
Wm. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor,
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. 4
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0.. at the moa no~Idie
@1the sm occrredat- .The Des-
'DIM" saturday iWgt.
The sacred concert at
wood Sunday evening
enjoyed by the guests.
/ The guests at The Despland en-
joyed a concert by Tucker's Orchestr
Sunday afternoon, and several vocal
solos by Miss Radcliff, who has been
studying music in Europe; also Old
Folks' songs by the guests Sunday
D. L. Rowe, cousin of P. M. Rowe,
arrived Saturday from Corry, Pa.,
and iP a guest at The Ridgewood.
Mr. Rowe is ticket agent of the
Erie Railroad, having held the posi-
tion for a number of years. He is
taking a vacation and will be here
for some tCme.
The hotel season is at its height
and all kinds of entertainments are
planjued for the days and evening.
The past two days of falling weather
called out the originality and facility
of hotel management and guests for
pastime pleasures and the results
have been most pleasing in forming
vew friendships, and cementing for-
Arrivals at The Ridgewood: Mr.
and Mrs. R. M. Smith, Clarence D.
Randall, New York City; Mrs. J W.
Scully and child, Detroit; John Whit-
ney and wife, Lincoln, Ill.; D. L.
Rowe, Cory, Pa.; Dora J. Noyes, Mil-
waukee; W. W. Parsons, Terre Haute
Ind.; Miss Irene Taggart, Indianapo-
lis; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Bliss, Mr.
and Mrs. W. WV. White, Worcester,
Mass.; S. G. Rowley and wife, Medi-
na; Geo. D. Coon, Buffalo; Jas. E.
Walsh, Philadelphia; C. F. Warner,
Arrivals at The Despland: Mrs. E. P.
Wilscn and daughter, Minneapolis;
D. Hart, wife and daughter. Cleve-
land, 0.; Mr. and Mrs. Jas. C. Peter-
son, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Stransburg,
aJmestown. N. Y.; S. Narulski, Dan-
bury, Conn.; A. R. Doten, and wife,
Poulleet, N. Y.; Nelson Cutman, Bal-
timore; 0. Baxter, Cleveland; M. E.
Gruber, \\'st Palm Beach; l)r. and
Mrs. C. (. Foote, Cleveland; Mr.i
and Mrs1. D. llyde. Miss ;C.org.al
llHyde, Syracus, N. Y.; Mr. and MIrs.
Geo. M. Chichester. Philadelphia; T.
L. 1opikin-, Minneapolis; T: S. \Wl'vI
ai.d wife, Fond du Lac, Wis.; I. T. '
Sim and w ife, New York; Jas. .1.
Weigart and wife, Emporia, Kas.; W.
I. Chandlr and wife, New York; Mr.
and Mrs. Winm. Ely, Mrs. II. M. Mlc-
Guire. Mayville, N. D.; .1. V. New-
best. Yonkcrs. N. Y.
!ll ite_ftm itthe .ike at
^lleB ia .-
NO boy at the eand of the clas wb,,
waMs e' lypaying very little atte..
tka to what was said.
"WDi you heaM that. Spry.r he d
"Wot. ry?" asked that youth Inno
"As I thought, you were not listn
tg. We will suppose your father de
dded to have a day's holiday and rish
the seside. What would be hbatve ,
do before he could take his meat In tte.
Without a moment's thought the
youngster electrified his teacher b)
"Pawn his tools!"
A case was being tried before the
late Lord Young. "Crabbe versus Crab-
"I may explain, my Id," maid the
advocate. "that my client Crabbe Is a
nephew of our opponent CrOabble, but
a few years ago he dropped the 'I' In
his name for the sake of euphony."
"Ah." replied Lord Young, "he ham
Biblical authority for that-'If thy "*T
offend thee, pluck It out.' "-Westmin-
To the West
I A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., A. C. L. Ry.,
No. 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
Na r TVT CABINET MAKKR
N. ERICK SOW N% ( ) ItKF.R
Picture Frame.. PIoor and Window 'crt-*nb
Made to Order. Cott.ige Avenue.
STo make some money; property for subdivision
inside the city limits.
I Norman S. Dayton
Se ain.ham ale.'-Th. Q* hm* IsIL plow I-. n soei*
md opubg Me m ftL W &A i*a"
SFort Pierce Hotel
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The Natioual Biscuit
Star Hams and Bacon
Simo Pure Lard in Pails
EELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,
Si* the M g- izes
5c, 6 tor 25c 10c, 90c dozen
Armour Star Ham .... ** lb 20c
Ferris' Bacon ........ ... ....
Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
Pal;s, 3 lbs. 65c.; 5 lbs. $1.00
10 Ibs. $2.00
Pride Oleo, in rolls .............. 30c
N. Y. state Cream Cheese ... 25c
Swiss Cheese .. .4.....0... .. 4.-
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 lb., 2 for 25c
Currants ...... 13c lb., 2 for 25c
Apricots, evaporated ......... .18c
Peaches, evaporated .. ...... 15C
Pears, evaporated .......... 20C
Orann e car dozen, 1 ......... 15C
GraFeruit, each ....
Lettuce, Radishes, Green
Pineapples ...... 10 at
Cranberries .. .. 13c qt.
. .. .. s c
all 5c bunc
id 15c each
, 2 for 25c
Cakes and Crackeu
Uusu, passed in Purity
Orange City Mineral
$3.00 per case of 12 oill
60 cents allowed for ef
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It should be up-to-date the same as you would have your clothing up-to-date.
Has just received over one thousand pounds of the most Modern and Pretty faces of Type.
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dfie Beauty of the City is as
Wl f tUe diverse left It.
English law to a surprising degree.
this gentleman had spent little time
in marine law and was rather dubi-
ous as to his ability to cope with the
duties of his new office. His colleagues.
in recognition of the occasion, gave
him a dinner, after which he was called
upon for an address. lie made a Iong
and serious speech, which embraced
about everything from free trade to
England's foreign policy. Then. pius-
ing a mimieiitt, lie glanced round the
crowded room and said:
"Genl mernei., i" losing I catI think
of 11no tt'rtr \ 'ds t1h:11 the lines t,
"And ri.iv t i e tbe ito Tmaning of the b.ir
N hVti l I ,t ouLJt to sea."
To Munch a Viper.
Thuuhli t ht.I lre-scriptiun seeIIs to
have ii:tp;l,'I-'d from the pharmaco-
poeia ,f n',,iern "beauty specialists."
it was for -ceitturies notorious that to
feed oTn snake meaIt was the way to
win pl'rpetuall youth; to cure goiter.
qW *Wafts POW^
Pft ee you' coae to take a
t-mui neMaIt. wtieh you do no0
-Ivf It lI owned tby suaome ue
kIh. Tbft eagn the uatVal increase
it WaW retda-49o your own profit.
Ion lte no one to dictate to you as
INto th inside furnishings and decors-
OWLr. Bods. It makes you more par-
Ufnear wth regard to whbdt you put
teto It. If you live in a rented mind
you don't care much. You will drive
mSallt In the walls and get generally
care Iess about It. But when you own
your own mind you are constantly go-
hag about picking it up. You take real
prdMe in it
Be it ever so bumble, there is no
place like a mind that you own your-
Length of Dreams.
Three physicians were discussing the
matter of the length of dreams.
"One afternoon." said one of them.
"I called to see a patient, and, mu-ch
to my satisfaction, 1 found him sleep-
ing soundly. I sat by his bed. felt of
his pulse without disturbing him and
waited for him to awaken. After ;i
few minutes a junk dealer's cart with
discordant ringing bells turned into the
street, and as their tirst tones reached
us my patient opened bis eyes.
'Doctor.' be said. 'I'm glad to sev
you and awfully glad that you woke
me, for 1 have been tortured by a imo-t
distressing dream that must have last
ed for several hours. I dreamed ilihat
I was sick, as 1 am. and that my boy
came into the room with a string of
most horribly sounding sleighbells and
rang them in my ears. while I hadn't
power to move or speak to him. 1 suf-
fered tortures for what appeared to be
an interminable time. F'm so glad you
"The ringing of those bells for one
second bad caused all of that dream
and Just at the waking moment."
Mark Twain when he worked in Ne-
vada on the Virginia City Enterprise
inserted in the news a good many
boarding house Jokes.
In revenge the humorist's sensitive
fellow boarders in Virginia City de-
cided to put up a game on him. They
enlisted the landlady's help, and at the
Thanksgiving dinner at the boarding
house Mark Twain by a dexterous piece
of sleight of hand was served appar-
ently direct from the fowl with a tur-
key leg of painted wood.
The humorist sawed away solemnly
at the wooden leg for some time. Then
he said to the landlady, with a smile:
"You've changed your poultry dealer.
haven't you. ma'am'"
"Why. no. Mr. Clemens," she replied
"What makes you think so?"
"This turkey." he answered, giving
the wooden drumstick a little whack
with his knife. "It's about the tender-
est morsel I've struck in this house for
A Modest Judge.
A certain prominent English jurist
was transferred from the chancery
court to the admiralty court rather un-
expectedly. While conversant with
ponds, drying them and then eating
them with as much zest as an Ameri-
can boy eats peanuts. As near as the
peon can explain it. their flavor is
something on the order of the chest-
nut. but as no white man has ever
tried eating water bugs or. if he hais.
doesn't dare confess it. the exact taste
of these Mexican morsels can't be de-
scribed very accurately. The peons
dote, too. on the nice fat pulque worm.
This insect is about two inches lI,:n
and half an inch thick. They fry the
dainty in grease and pack it ii lrow \n
paper packages of a dozen wrn>.
which bring .' cents a paper. .\A in-
dustrious puiult'uc worm colhCt,,r ti:iks
a good living.-New York \Vrl1l.
Turkey's Unit of Value.
In Turkey the unit 1't aluc i.s thl
piastre, wlich is dividthd iltn 4I', Iaras.
while the para is divided into ;3 isjw's.
As the piastre is worth *)uly 4.4 cents.
the para is worth a little iunre than a
tenth of a cent, and an aspe is worth
a trifle over one twenty-seventh of a
^--"+ 11'.-., ,vw IL .,rii;.-n | in 'Turkev
m inst 8W if
M which gie& ftmo to the i
Uses ot ha~neus sad atuplilty IaiG~t
S it. It aU veon&0o t ap
Petmlat a- "a grm umbrella,! to ow
l flamuel Bmakers word.. itrrwe.
bate twig, dried hrubt and the
tough. papertike ubnUtauees of the
dome' palm form the cbhf cournea In
the menu prwepered by nature fur this
delmen of the demert. The marvelou.
arrangement for the retaining of a sup-
ply of water sufficient to last for many
days makes the camel's powrms of en-
durance phenomenal. The ordinary
freight camel Is expected to (arry a
k0ed of from O5 to 1.000 pounds across
the desert at the rate of twenty-tive
miles a day and to keep it up fur
three days without a fresh supply of
water. Some will cover fifty miles a
day for five days without water, and
the swifter species will carry their
riders 100 miles a day.-London Spare
The Humming Bird's Flight.
The flight of the little humming bird
is mere remarkable than that of the
eagle. We can understand the flapping
of the eagle's immense wing support-
ing a comparatively light body. But
our little bird has a plump body. Ilis
wings are not wide. but long. so he
must move them rapidly to sustain his
weight, and this he can do) to )perfec-
tion. The vibrations of his wvings are
so rapid ;is to make them ailmoiust in-
visible. lie cant use them to sustain
himself in midair, with his lody as
motionless as it perched on a towia
In this way hlie can sip the nectar o(f
the delicate, tine stemmed fltowel'sr
without alighting for a moment. lie
never alights while so engaged. lie
moves from flower to flower with -t
graceful and rapid movement, some-
times chasing away a bee or hum-
ming bird moth, of which he is very
jealous. Nor is he much more favora-
bly impressed with any small birds
that seem In his way. lle knows his
power of flight, and he has no fear of
any other bird.-St. Nicholas.
A Garrick Incident.
The picture of Garrick in the wit-
ness box. tongue tied and smothered
with confusion, Is an amazing one, for
Garrick where speaking was concern-
ed was the pride of London. Members
of parliament envied him his powers.
Burke envied him. There is that in-
stance iu parliament when during a
heated debate a member moved that
the gallery be cleared. This was or-
dered to be done, and the strangers
withdrew, all save Garrick. Still the
member objected. 'Then uIp spake
Burke. Would it be fair to exclude
from their debate the master of elo-
quence, the genius who taught them
"Tle art of speaking? he demanded. For
himself he was proud to acknowledge
his indebtedness to Garrick. Fox fol-
lowed in the same strain. Ard Town-
shend. The house then voted that thif
"stranger should remain." And (ar
rick did not budge!-St. .lames' G,:
Water bugs and wortns are amotng
the tidbits in which the Mexican peon
delights. Hle catches his bugs as they
skim along the top of fresh water
Full stock Electric Irons, Coffee Percolators, Toasters,
Griddles, Chafing Dishes, Fans and Warming Pads.
THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and
We admit it frankly the Merchants Bank wants your busiess. Bt we also.
can assure you that in return for your business, this bank not only offers a serie
which we beheve almost perfect, but unquestioned security for every dolar irem st-
ed to our care.
In cold, unassuminafitures.iere is our guarantee to every depositor reuard-
less of the amount he may have in this bank.
Surplus and Profits .
$250.000. That amount stands between your deposit and
any possible loss.
We repeat: This bank wants your hasiness.
(Branch of Volusia County Bank)
A. D. McBRIDE. President
J. B. CONRAD, Vice-President
F. N. CONRAD, Cashier
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40 Moth Bmeah Street, Iaytoms, u..
St.t a $LWe^CMj
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8-6 BT WOODS-(PC' BESTRA
&we pmd mup= by aw Now
YTW ltbe Cm" Nesed.
Gilts H Bl.en v'as reamc_,'ed Sat-
ardav falai h,-;~~eo No-,-:h- R.d~t-
wood to t eL)Avto:n.~, Hs
bette: Lartand ra:t
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ing aziu ~'S !;,.:- ta
T. F. W.: 1la m s .0a m e f.r~-~:S-
.,--d b,. .raanSundaya:
inthe ,!y today
Del~anr~ Friday ':abs
LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH I John Clements, the ycung North
11:42 today; 12:29 tomorrow. I Carolinian. who has been visiting for
several weeks with Mrs. F. M. I[vid-
THE WEATHER. son and family, corner of Palmetto
Rain tonight or Tuesday; cold. in and Loomis Ares., left yesterday for
northwest portion; light variable jacksonville, where he will visit for
winds, becoming moderate, north over a week or more with a married sis-
northwest portion. 'er. before returning home.
Lew Wallace. manager of the ice
plant, is again on duty after a seere;
illness of a week or more.
J. K. Presser, of Oswego. N. Y..
:s vtn I th Gilman Dav:s and
orher Oswego fr:er.ds ths c.ity.
J. H. Hathaway. a guest as usual
of the Hotel Ormond. while in the city
tlis morning made a pleasant call at:
the Daily News office.
RENIER OF EGYPT IESn
FRO WOUNDS BY STUDENT.
ASSASSIN AND TWENTY SUPPOS-
ED ACCOMPLICES HAVE BEEN
ARRESTED WERE MEMBERS'
OF AN INDEPENDENCE S0CI-
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LOST-Belt pin. large round de-F
sign of Scotch pebble stones set "n* CAIRO, Egypt. Feb. --Egyptian
.-ier. Return to Mrs. Arnold, Trov Premier Boutros Pacha Ghali died to-
House and receive reward. 21 d3y from the three bullet wounds in-
flicted yesterday by Ibrahim Warda-
County Assessor S. B. Wils-n was ni Leader of an Egyptian society
in the city for about two hours this seeking independence through ter-
riorning to grant the residents of rorist8 methods. Twenty supposed
Daytona and vicinity an audience. accomplices have been arrested.
The W. C. T. U. will hold their1
regular monthly meeting on Friday ENTERTAINED FRIENDS
afternoon at Social Hall, Volusia av-- LAST FRIDAY EVENING.
Are now here =n
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Sebring en-
ter.ained i few friends at dinner last
Friday. even:.n at t!ieir beautiful
winter hot- on South Ridgewood av-
enue. in hcnor OF Dr. and Mrs. A. C.
Rogers. guests of Mr. and Mrs. \V. E.
Blod.e:t. and th-ir own gues:, Mrs.
Orv:lle H- Sebring.
A pleasu-"t feature of. the evce,,ngn
'was an z n lutain off the
sign lanu,.e by MsA ~Nov i s
~m~h. ~ faibaut. ~La..With aa,
L! t .
- ~4 it.
LIa *. .
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BOATSvenience at AT T IP
Irive Hundrod lrowt of Jrr- lww--k. Fr~- Water.
Grocerto." at City Pric". Launch Aup 'IP& WR CARNO
13TOP owss and E-'WJ4-)T th- Fr4HI.,9rv. V -&a be
Hotel Desplad Barber Shop a
HAIR DMRESSU PARLORS
SpeciaWst a Lams"' H- i-Drm' Ma
m,- Ecrical a Nana",ma d MS,
W ork-. ?. R,-4d-n
H. T. McCLELLAN
M .412 n3 ~~
WODOW md DOOR MRAKES aed WU41DOV
aad DOOR SCREENS, Miss...Fm miewe
Tm ~.Sar*I Sawft, etc.
t North -idtew Ave. Pimse 123
Two Cottages '
07''c1- o -Wa~d f -*
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Oh You Lagh Hungry!
Rickard & Priagle's
Are Comi to Tows Headed by
C(&iB mu t I3M Y U
TheS am. Dremmis o Comedy.
AND 40 OTHERS
A Revela6 in Mistrelsy
Ok Tou're Boemd to Laut!
BG STREET PARADE AT NOON
Seats o= Sale at Haais'
Dace every Tesday ight.
dialauy welcomed. 1
J. W. Booth has just received ai
telegram containing the iniatellignece
Sof the death of his mother, Mrs. N. D.
Booth. at Philadelphia, who died at
the advanced age of .S years
Mrs. W. G. Catherma,:. vho has
been visiting with her sister. Mrs. E.
H. Glenn for the past :iv we-ks.
let: this n:.rning on he: r,:.r. toI
her hc.t^, at Meadvil,-.. P-a.j
.,r. an d M r s J. R 2,...--.-. of D u-,
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NmAN IVER" RAWS
Yu mame iew to visit my res.
-d 1 >* ^*1b Packia Hsoue, awd
me ti hmdee wmt fruit MaM dow itis
-m'-. ---Yew oders eoke
Spedmi aft~dess owes to fil 4wam rdr
by the b-a hr --a.
Geore H. Munroe.
enue VIISIElng memoers v
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