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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 22, 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: VID00441
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F3Mati and
Their usual
receptions
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AWV VOLUSIA AVENUE SOHULD
W CitOWNED AND COVERED

WITH SHELL-TIME TO STOP


EXPERIME NT&


SWhy should Daytona's streets be
in such a muddy condition after every
little shower?
Hah anyone far to go to see a
demnstaatlon of what the oyster
Bhel In the old shell mound does and
has been doing for years? For tle
ife of me I cannot understand why
yowmr city officials will keep trying ex-
periment after experiment, year at-!
ter year when they have such a dem-
mcastration at your very door.
Take Volusia avenue today, the,
avenue that should be the pride of
your beautiful city. The one street!
everyone who comes and goes, mustI
go over, and first impressions are
retained by those who come to your
Scity. One would think they were en-
tering some boom town that had not
out grown its corduroy, or, were tak-i
tag a slide on a roller coaster.
Thla street should be the best stre(4
in the elty. at least forty or fifty
feet in width, well crowned and shell-
ed ftom the Railway to Ridgewood,
mand at least thirty feet from Ridge-
wood to Beach street.
Look at your other improvements
---sidewalks. Can you blame people
for riding on them when streets are
in such condition? Such work is
very well and should be encouraged.
But, Mr. Street Committee, make
a noise like improvements and put
Ibis cue street in A No. I condition,!
rtgot ow. The cost will be but a'
trifle and show the people that you
are up to the times. Nature has
done a great deal for you, but you
must build your streets-so level up
the foundation to grade, crown it up
as it shoWld be and widen it out to
meet the travel it is obliged to carry.
and have one street that you can look
upon with pride DO IT NOW.
Practical Road Engineer.

COLORED MINSTRELS SAID TO
HAVE FINE WARDROBE.
Appearance is everything' You can
not help but be impressed with the ap-
pearance of Richards & Pringle's Miin
strels when they visit your city.
No old hand-me-down, faded, \orn-
out wardrobe. Instead. you well see
the best dressed minstrel parade you
have ever seen on your streets. Uni-
forms of the .ostliest material, built
by the best tailors in the land. And
the deportment of these talented col-
ored boys is. alwav- a sutbjett (of 01m-
lelit in e cry city tlity \ :'it ; and
that includes all thle pr ii-pal (,iit-s
fromfl Maine t (<'al t>r i.i i
T ih p e r t '\ l l a i l t l ;i t- : \ t l i .**- ; n -
p).illy unlll -ke luuinp ,. +i= +.\. ti. "i;"
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1HEAY 01o rfS ()U*TRYMyEy.


NEXT THURSDAY WILL
BE MINNESOTA DAY.
Ti., :- i.:.ril k,-lehiration of MNitim e-
:,+:i la;:>, \ b.ll l>, held Thursdtay atr
the 'Twkill-do Cottage on thle ocealli
tea'hili, a t'e\ door,)S north o f tile auto-
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NENORY OF WMMIN .

NATIONAL GATHERING OF GRAND
MASTERS LAUNCH THE MOVE-
MENT IN WASHINGTON TODAY.
Alexandria, Feb. 22-A movement
fur the ere.tion of a national Masonic
iieniorial L,, George Washington was
(.'fi. *. ilvly 1-!i.i :hed today at a national
-'!I.;.i i- o; i t' -1ilit I Ma- ..!s held t.n-
ticL.'r t,.e a .-ies of Aiexand:ha-W\a. h-
in: .,t Lo>ift .of this city. Grand mas-
t_-1 M4:so'nis trom ma i i.y sections of the
(t untry attended the meeting this
i:(I*rn:i vhi'ich a national organi-
(.tti(;n wa a lorn.ed to carry out the
i project. Later in the day the visitors
journeyed by special train to Mount
Vernon to place a wreath on the toui
of Washingtcn.
George Washington was initiated as
a member of Masonic Lodge No. 4,
(' Fredericksburg on November 4,
1752. No unusual display was made
--t hi," initiation, and the only relics
(.f the occasion handed down by the
lodge are the records, the Bible on
which he took the oath, the certifi-
cate or check for two pounds and
three shillings, fee for entrance, and
the punch bowl which figured so
conspicuouslyy in the repast follow-
ing the degree work.


SURRICK LINCOLN AT TiHE


OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY NIGHT.

ASSISTED BY MRS. LINCOLN, IN
A REPERTOIRE OF PICTORIAL


TRAVELOGUES.


Sit 'rick Linctln, travlle'r a1d r1i i-
i (niftNI NA', \\ ill t i t' t 1 an vI tl I 't ai 1it t nt
;:t thtl I)ay I o()lia (p)l)era I i is,1 FriAday
i! hit that i- btth intt' i ltt.I y itt erest-
illy u'id edrIIt-ti tnal anI d ti t is ably
assisted by Mrs. LimUolii.
The lina.gitificent illu. trattits., in
., t tUrt a) ('ol(o s,. c('ovter a \litde 'aige
a ijec t ro i l"il i( ih hlitllsiiphei'es
,'itt t" I Mr .n (tep sr'iptioais of
e',> .a. ....r "4 i' t-j l .isiit ., and
i 1-' 1;' ti t: "| ht'.s r 4 t i actions of
-a'-c :te!'F ainll litV- art-'. s',1ll!t i"f;tt': Ud
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KILLS HIS PAL THEN HIDES

BEHIND WASHINGTON STATUE.

RELEASED PRISONER QUARRELS
WiTH AN ACCOMPLICE OVER
THE DIVISION OF SPOILS OF
RECENT L3\G ISLAND BURGL


LARIES


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STRIKERS


OFF STREETS.


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"SeIling at Cost"


Every Shotgun or Rifle n the store we will sell

at cost. Come in and see. for yourself.



Gruber-Morris Hardware Company

"Ilf you don't trade with as we Loh lose money."


CASHIER


IN THE


PRESENCE


OF 100 DINERS-$300 SECURED.
ST. PAUL. Feb. "2--The police arm
u ttitr a cli c a.. to the iH'.' -t?
t\()o inieti in dress suits who early to-
ltay held utip the cashier of a fashion-
W.e!(. restaurant and escaped withi
$::"o, in the presence of 100 diners.
Stanley ('olburn, tht, cashier of
(Gtrii,"'' ( at'e, was going over hiS
'.*t,,nt.s wihen the men approached
rho dsk. ('Colburn thought them
d(ut-r., read to pay their check, but
l ),'ko.-t Int, the lmuzzles of two re-
..l-rs ani va. .onuimnianded "hands
.) Tl' t%,o robbers then seized
t'. ta-.h drawer containingng; $:;<0 and
'.,ickk ii( oi or f the ,,(i ,ir
Th. d oti. ii u t') :i r t-ne but
,*. <- -hot at, tb1 .+ t, .ill-r +ashino
t *, r< ,**i -' ; th,. l't-- d+' ";
\.t i (- ,t, .[,:, u.w:.- d thong the
.," ,'. r 'if tl ,', .- :. : '!:, t ,ilenea be-
,:i:r~, !;:,-',: .t t!"',,- z ,n diners

,. '-' ,i t ":. i ,' ii* turn ed in-
i ,. ,. :: i ,1 eral shot.
A i ,'*. "!.r,,ilih t'i~e w in-
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2 TICSo-mars


3FEN'M ..-7 FCLRTH DAY OF
FH!LACELPHiA C\R STRIKE.
P:I+LA.;ELPHI., -e,. e --Drench-
', l' .in t*i:'t>u- ,> '.z t.e ,'. ict kept
uos5t (-f t .t- ;(,v.u.- c:t tl.e streets
cc day.
oi.: rot marked the opening
h :i u-. th' i tar strike.
Germantown and Leigh avenues in
the i Aensiiltu district .... ..
populated with union sympathalnra
and a mob of 6,' o: 'i-m wreket
v car this forenoon, but later fled
before the mounted police.
Arrangements have been made to
use the state constables as jON
in the riot sections fully armed.
.Foi.. Murphy, president of the W
t:ral ?,abo'" Union. and Peter N*
coll. president of the local carme'U
I'i4.i), left this morning to coviW
with Samuel Gompers and Job
Mitchell, president and vice pink
(tent of the American Federatioa o#
i-aboi, at \\ ashingon. regarding the
Jvsia-:iiity. of cat1iIB 4 otu ,'.t e y union
ii ;2 P .1.A.'.l..a i' : ILt-o. t for
,. a:-,.t, P o, 'ratt, the strike or,

The general feeling f-ivors strikes.
F.-ank Ka'.b and Walter Stad, boys,
wvere tata'iy injured this morning in
the Kensington riot.


FASHIONABLE ST. PAUL CAFE

ROBBED BY STYLISH IL

IN DRESS SUITS THEY HOLD UP


ALL IN READINESS
FOR ELK'S CHARITY BALL.
All preparations ha\e |)tat, coi-
detedl for the ('harity aill to be
-ivt-n at the P l'lmi (t'i! e i" t- \
.ning undd-r thit aispiie-(s ()' Iliyt(oiia
I. Tih hot-l 1 l til s t,-i. N \,-r,, d ia ntily
,lt'coroted for ti,. ^ ,, i in tltid

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N CELEBRATION OF
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY.


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CHIMNESE LAUNDRY
IMMIAlM en Tr, DATTRA4 FLORIDA.
z--"- mi MMa r......... It Night Shirts .... 10
1. ..... 10 Woolen Shirts .... 10
W. I8cri hrU8 ...... U Undershirts ....... lq
"1 -l ...... ..1 Draw rs ............ 8
i collar Ott.., 13 ocks, per pair .... 8 i
I b[s C or Ouffs. S Handkerchlefs .. 8
-.-" IM- lmadles Clotbev at corresponding prices. I
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QUIGGS' BAKERY
PRODUCERS OF THE
PERFECTION OF
BAKERY GOODS.


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K ke~ker (here we Bar-
0" sim wyeraylhhjat ibe
^--- 2 ---wk^* &
No. 21 6orth Beach Street.
FPree LesOm in Embroidery and
Stamping.


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HVMS A CIGWRS _e
e, Fahsteotand excellent Ser- 5
N. L. K. ELhS. ayWOOnD, Mgr.
low-...80


I CALL FR) YOUR CYCLE S
LAMrtBlav Mnarine Engines
o H. C Thompson, Agent
Dvu-ionst-.trh11 4-iigin '.call IN. s*-in fit
any tU11'. l'lion


E. T. PITCHER
HAVANA CIGARS
North Beach St., Daytona, Fla.
CALL FOR MY CIGARS
rHavana Smokers Sc.


rACOB ESPEDAHL
*j- Contractor and Builder a
S Designer and Craftsman 0
W upertnti.in (ont ruotion of Ruiht-0
S lit'.. Pu il *il1 Mp. 'itlcatiu'iL
I I AYT ""sMiome" Notice'.o

SOSCAR MICHAEL 0
CONTRACTORS
S Filling and Grading E
/ Heavy Hauling a Specialty."
o-im omom-emeome


by L. C. DEMAREL
One of Dayt 's erowaIng gio-
rie is her incomparable bet. No
one who ever set foot UPOM Its
smooth, packed and s; so one who
ever pedaled a bicycle over its ex-
pase; no one who ever drove a
prancing pair & hormes and listen-
ed to the popping of their steel shoes
upon Its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power au-
tomobile down the broad stretch of
wave-washed and surf-packed sand
but realized that it is a world-beat-
er, a world-wonder. Go stand upon
this wide speedway and see the hap-
py souls flit by in joyous mood, and
answer whether this is not one of
the seven modern wonders.
The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.
Where think you is water with more
pictt.rtsque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wde. fringed with tropical vege-


station, artistic cottages with roomy
Sverandas looking out upon her bosom,
0 gamey food fishes in countless num-


bears tu.koning, as it were, to those
with rod and reel; her bosom fleck-
ed with duck and coot and snowy-
winged sea birds, which sit about as
if for the sport of bobbing upon the
waves; watch that lubberly old
white headed pelican pouch a fat
mullet, and that fish hawk struggling
upward with his floundering load he
snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick
and span, their hampers and lockers
bulging with refreshments both solid
and liquid ready for a cruise upon th
beautiful surface. Take out your field
glass and sweep the river from
Ormondg bride to Ponce Park
light house, then say whether the
Halifax isn't a thing of beauty and
a joy forever, and one of the modern
wonders.
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge-
wood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest
of a broad ridge, straight as the crow
flies and the wide spreading branches
of the heavy-trunked live oaks ex-
tend their giant arms across the mag-
aificent vista, forming an arch, and


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JOHN M. SHEELET
A Sparityal
laterir Decoratig.
Ords May DB Lou at Roves
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TIRE TROUBLES
Don't worry. 8"e Mr. McGregor at the
Daytona Vulcanizing Works. So. Beach
end of Cottaze Avenue. opposite Yacht
Club. Valuable Advise Given Free. From
the New York and Atlanta workshop of
the Fisk Tire and Rubber Co.. of Chicopee
Palls, Mass. High Grade Materials and
Work Only. Wx. 8. McGREGOR.
FSK TIES fr FLORIDA ROADS

FOUND AT LAST
A place on Beach Street where
you can get Hot Chocolate that's
made right and served with Whip.
ped Cream 5c a cup.
T. F. CURTIS & SON


BIRD CAGES


$1.00 at


DUNN BROS.


BUSRNS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS |



Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzab Ph. 6.
Daytona Office ovr Gil Ie's Pharmacy, hours
2:0JO to 4:40) p. ui.
Noe. Throat, Lmas andml Rbaism treated
by th Eiectr.-Thermos-Vibratory Method.
Daytona Beach Officin The Van Valzah
Block, hours 8:A) to 1i:btla. mi. pt.cittil hours
by tppolintm nlt.


DR. F. H. HOUGHTON !

y Dentist
)f oict- iii P.,ck Block *
I'114)NF : :,' -,t Fild Soutih Bridge. U
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from these extended arms great fes- -... .
coons of Spanish mioss sway as the ***** *
trade winds from the tropic seas U OSTEOPATHY 0
fan them Looking straight ahead DR. J. C. Herman
(;ii'tt t;itft iitl(ir A. T. StilI, tounm d r of
down this white shell street one has I ,-ateoplthy it Kir'.kville. Mi.-ouri.
NS IN EKT H M E.X ^(t iN I N I1>-\YVT the impression of a fairy path with i: IEtHd oi ou. Av9nu.IN 2 doors.
elfish draperies, but as you move w Phof Bth4 ii St.,oppo.it* tThe Gittl i s
along and cast an eye first to tuie @inod tt*-t ndu*-n-
right and then to the left you see dis-
tinguished cottage homes in the most EONO 00ONEOEOI OIOIOI OI 08OIO
delightful settings. E. L. STEWART0
See the glistening leaf of the grand Physician and Surgeon
IN Physician adSurgeon 0
magnolia which nature has varnished y igh Frequency
a X-ray and High Frequency 0
as no artists' brush ever could; and 1
the cabbage palms with their burdens A ppratus., .
of show fruit and swaying palms; 'hn" '.* 4 ii oi,*-t of .
see the lovely holly with its ex(uis- _
ite berry; see the climbing vines I909l*l*i*l*i*le i*l**ioi g
run riot in the trts; see the cryp- S. H. GOVE i
togaunons forms which gain a foot- 0
ARCHITECT, BUILDER 0
hold on the great oaks and stately andCONTRACTOR '
palms, and surely you will join in H..i. t't.. u ,d *. \. Mt 0
the chorus and say that this is a U (*"*''* r w<.i ,n .
world wonder for beauty. h T .o'. 0
Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage illiil* illll ;
romes. IIOolilllm OilO
No one of Daytona's attractions, D.
perhaps, commands more nearly uni- D. D. & C. M. ROGERS C
vrersal attention and praise than does Civil Enpineers -"


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or from Maine,
Timbuckto, and
Mere is vwh(re
spe-ed is broken
s -eo(l. Autos,
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mili-'s o" f ifow ri-
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probably catch
(o the roads ait(
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(Incorporated)
M.L Waggon
Resident Manage
Drobable BOidi
Lots on all stbM
in town; also riv
and ocean sites
Offle on
Ocean Boulevard
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from Kalamazoo or
you will be "shov.-n."


t.he worktld S record for
wvith every recu-uirin
th,, biggest, the Last
,t iart- on daily parad
(, is '. ree as tihe
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,' r;oi a_. iCI '.'s^'
2""'-horse. lo\tr.-, a';d
','ld fro'., acaliter to
ltute clirp. You. will
the spirit, when yol-i
d the beach are yours.
inshin u i frpe thE


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houses there is ample cot i
modation tor all winter visi--M
Seabreeze contains a
, era house aud a Con
Church: at Da',tona Beach is al
,:..i. Au Ai :ceIlent high
-' ALILl.&icJ : l Q' 1t e division l
--:%t t A -Vns. Both
'^'.c c:!^'"'. Oi-i^ uinessesat f
S-*ii c-^. ^-. i-. evidenced by
-:d vcrt ,c *' t -C n the left and
A:kl thc attrc,:tveuessof
phpleCt to LDato.a Beach, theM -
to r-> bwiu<. -.10 -;nilarly i"la l q
Thc dcvelopmniit or Daytona
has been fully a-s phenomenal
sister on the north, and each W
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superficial observer. With such lav-
ish wealth of natural beauty It be-
Scame an easy thing for the hand of
man to give the finiahing touches
which haYe wrought out the colors
and outlines of the big picture.
Man did all this in the laying out
of the streets with their wide margin*
of parkage. The entire city becomes
a great park, with driveways inter-
secting. miles upon miles of drive-
ways so goou as to attract motorists
from all over the continent.
And as for the pavements, pave-
ments that look and act like granite,
-where else between the eastern
and western seas are so many miles
in proportion to inhabitants? The
pavement question stands with the
street as one of the chief drawing
cards. Till some unheard of
place reports more and better, Day-
tona throws down the gauntlet to the
world.
Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Frut.
Whatever oone's shortcomings and
however indifferent or even callous
one may be to many things, the mere
mention of "flowers and Squirrels,
birds and fruits" will send a thrill
that is reflected in distended pupils
and pricked ears.
For every visitor witn a spare goo-
ber there is a bunny ready to come
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt
upright and knaw into the meat,
casting furtive, saucy glances at you
meanwhile.
Flowers. Usually fresh and bloom-
ing the year 'round You are reminded
of Goldsmith's couplet where
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid
And summer's lingering blossoms
are delayed.
In one yard roses of varigated hues
predominate; another household has
a penchant for the poincetta and the
premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety
is the spice of life and here is where
you find it.
The birds flit in, and with their
Joyous notes help to give fullness
and symmetry to the picture .
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits,
Daytona yields the palm to none for
quality and quantity per acre. There
are scores of citrus groves in prox-
imity to the city, branches bending
Lo the earth Nith their burdens of
luscious golden globes, which for
beauty, proflicacy and all desirable
qualities would truly astonish you.
The Fastest Autos and The Finest
Out.
The seventh world wonder, do you
ask? Come, whether from Missouri


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PRINCES
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Sebrecze

Six Acres of Park.
age.. All Modern
Improvements

Rates: $3.00 per"
Day and up


L. Z. BURDICK
and BUhLDER~
'ot taga.-. a p.-eil~tit3


Seabreezte, Florida

FITZGERALD
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OATES

LAWYERS

Daytona, Fla.
PRINCES





ag. ll Modern
Improvements

Rats: 3.0 pr
Day and up-

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er distance of f& G
er to four miles, ad E
d west from the s-
Its Atlantic Ocan to the
Sthe beautidl ti.
sets them aprt Ina
S which they have cehg
- by meaas of thee i
-- a half-hour ferry 8 'ra^
Seabreeze and eyr
esentially M
sorts and are Inis In
i new friends every y ya
who desire to epe aCatIM
ing extremes of heat
their hotels and
are now reeivintQ
age from the mot d
class of tourists.
The mean average t
degrees in the summer
in the winter, with
extra rise or drop of a
action, marks this as oem d
Healthful locations in r
Sthe country, north, eat,
S The ocean itself, wift
Beach, hard as maucxdif
as a floor, is the
ig although earth and air
Sto have entered into a
to enhance its every
Beach is the famoustm
Course where every
away record has be-
these records itcoat
S\without rivalry.
The sand of this fain
is Composed largely of go.
the coquina clan whi
one-half inch loag pal
For ages Nature b s
them up, washing t l"
surf and pulveri-a a iU
under the mi uen re
is round, unfit fori
Essay, because its unooh-w ig
its holding together, yet,
contemplate, the very M-
leaves the wet, appareatlyl f
these round particles
into a cement almost as I B
phalt, beyond the con
one who has not see it. I
unnecessary, as twice each 2|
it is entirely rebuilt by
j The beach has a width of 31 J
i feet, and can be used from tw|ll
after until two hours beforllelk.
thus g:vin< an average of
eight hours for automoWl ,i
part of each day. ]
Seabreeze and Daytona |
have a permanent population C
proximately 1500. Saniay
dances are strictly enforced,
and sidewalks are well hq i
new streets are being opeaodl U
as the increasing populdies!'.
mands. Besides hotels aad H


















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SORMONDONTH AUFAX
ORMON-ON- -HALIFAX


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DIELAND, ME AThENS OF FLORIDA


_4


`=atWow THEWE

*i ~s~s b elF. W. SAMS
rp WRity"


^^J^^p~=in aiftyth b-ik
=mltam with wit of

dam% -W d and
*bin -' wr-Mhed by
l-tee grw inae
igw w of by-
5 iyi t is truly
mo and n

Or -e w La Here
:best s tatx i-and
s iftUft o fo ida.


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|lMtof Nha I.St cleyi-a grownd
it plase aad th e trid
v d n na~untmaine






IpM^ ~ ~ G fowgwa iefats by the



il sa, ishesei thspe ofain


the pxor y theis lown
*im tostmi aad whiol fail
alln m-stry of ter of trown iy
Eas a-q that the issiAon, as



ihoe p dbomd io









Ml- m in patimta v i ss llgu onw.a
M runt of the r Old Span-e


of, --rialb. a catiothn slbe
On stad Tomber andha



i "l y ide by an a utomobile.

i=i &ors t, is th s place ofA

RllMB--ll cme in parties
foi tee ou l os; this ren-
S~h picnic r. The ru ins
,a-a-, while there is no
ry of their origin, it
*Smmdthat the Mission was
,ythv Francis oan in the days
m powerful Kingdom of
lt pflarted its ag upon what

&&to thm roof being of the
oOwfial cut into thin slabs
Ger wthemenus;thplster.n





~. galrden su~rrounded it,
wah encl-ed by a stolie
perie an of which still remain.
Stshally come in parties
and curious but the spell ot
e soon falls upon them and
searate to sit alone, silent and
~Ttae c usd tr the arches or bs-
won withanemnt welL


CORONADO
ituated on the peninsula opposite
FUSmyrna and is connected by a
rid and bridge over the deep


Ratm:
$3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
Excellent Hunting
and Fishing
NEW AMYRNA
, IORIDA


HOTEL

TMNLL
NEW RMYRNA
FLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Cla inm
Diinrs to- Motoor
InA Parties a
wpoetalty
Rates: $200 par
Day and Up
BUNNETT and
HODGES
PROPRI ETOR

MLA.

GALIEATI
H0h Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA


BELL'S
While at
New Smyrma
LUNCH
at
BELL'S


L C. CHISNOLM
Tonsorial Parlor
Oldest stand in town
NEW S MYRA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
Removed Without
Pain
SANITARY BATHS

PURE

ICE CREAM
Confections
Cold Drinks

The Best of Ev,,ry-
thing In Our Luint


RIZY'S


-New Smyrna
Is tho Placoi


ROSE VILLA
M-. lII. MOIELLER
Propri,' rsasi
M, ii- for Tr:i n'ients
;i ,' P., cl itY
NF~XV -MY1NA
N i l, N.T !i N\


ASK
ME
A % I rtl I 1 T 1-1


I


I'tm just gol, to
sit hb.r and f.,!i- rid
eat Oran'i-. this
winter. T tvr'> ::r,
401110 grofwd (*nmp
Sounds r.,r iln,.
(mour, nd p!tc. yotr
tent o:1 on-, ; ii'(otil
me on th :- .
LOwcz! F -, -,r -


ROSE :'Ki4
Plenst nt ly
ontnr .,n '.
ORMONI, >.
Fnink M',-i. i'. "r
Rat.-s: V2.O1 i1 .-'4
per day; $.".- to
$'5.'Ni |-r w-.,.k


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

6UAVA JELLY
MARMALADES AND
TOPICAL
PRESWVES
Specid Atetimt to
Faly Orders
*rn3mT AWA-e ATt
Pan- Anmerican Ex-
position-Buffs io
est India Exposi-
tion-Charleston
Louisiana Purchase
Exnosltton, Wt.Louis


E. C. TOTMAN
oIMoNND, FLA.
Fine Groceries
Vegetables Fruits
i!.;tt i nd Smnoked
M EATS


MOUNGROVE
ORANGES
and
Grapefruit -
Best Grown
i!'-<\' oY. Rt. A -_.ii --
l 1 '" .A 1 1 I I III "
Nt rt !: 4,:

Beed, Knox and
Beed Company
i ril'i.li 'wi P.)-T(,n~i, .


PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY
[ 'hl..
OWNEIk of the BEST
River Front
PROPERTY
IN POiRT 0 IAN'G&
F,,c Truck Lauds
| h. I .ES, Sec.,
|t I~ Da t,.na. (.,-
Wv. A. i 't\\..s. Agt
S Port n(ran.;.
I


SORMOMD 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
trees.
The town is very cosmopolitan.
bas an excellent graded school, sev-
eral churches, a fine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
comfortable and convenient hotels
:.d boarding houses.
Ormond has many of the Florida
att> 'i.ons-fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
salubrious climate and pleasant :,
walks and drives.
At Ormond Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser'
sister, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
Halifax River, while the latter has as
its outlook the magnificent beach and '
the broad Atlantic.
The walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
bors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
rustic seats which are mute invita-
tions to enter into the enjoyment
thereof.
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-,
riage or automobile-long drives and I
short drives; drives through groves
of golden oranges; drives through!
dense tropical forests to Spanish
ruins; drives to the ancient Cause- i
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 mile awrtt of the
Hotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
orange grove, together with great va-
rieties of other sub-tropical fruits
and flowers.
Five miles further on you come to
Moundgrove, one of the finest orange
groves in this section of Florida.
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
enjoy.

fOTTAP ANAI N ],M To LE'rT-
I l- I Adik. : M( ik.d .r'1 IiII-
CO TTALE ,,V-" .,'iitS: onil Riv-r
l"r'ir' t ,r ?,. *-. I, 1 i it> ; I lIHI! .,,.
\\ ;** : > \ F i* ?. :.? t ;'llio ;ti.l.


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-
jied by residents and winter touri-ts.
It his several churches, one of the
bct graded schools in Volnu-,ia
county, two gc:rial stores, a real
,:state agency and two or three hotels.
A large iumibcr of tourists and


('ALL O


CALL O-
OR WRITE TO


-Ii IN
NAC9S

TENRTS


ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTEREI4TE D
IN PROPERTY IN
ORMOND OR
.ORMOND BEACH
He Wilt Giv Your
Buitxi.-'s Prompt
Att,.ntion


MILDRED LODGE
i Fornmrly Mildrtd
On River Front
ORMONIM. FILA.
A First Class Mod-
ern House; Rooms
Single or En Suite;
with or without..
Private Bath. Ser-
vice and Cuisine
Unexcelled. ...
A. M. WATSON
Propr.


CON'S AiVB

On the Ormond


Road
South


One of
Groves
County


Half Xile
of Ormond


the Finest


ii


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VOLUSIA
COUNTY


BANK


DuLAND, 7LA6

Capitt$10A0

A. D. McBRIDN
President
J. B. CONRAD
Vice Presldent
8. A. WOOD
('ashler


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


J. w. P uRKIS


Attorney and
*Ccounsellor


at Law


Will Ptvctiee m
mtote and
Federal
court*


D~ULAND, FPLA.I;


I Volusia V I t ifl
Orocer
DzLAND, FLA.


ViWELCOME
WELCOME


THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

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


PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed tor
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or River
FISHING
'i ; 'CH H E \ Sl',-
,, t 1 >: I -
WM. C. HOWES
A-" ;.t
t 4It'n r t t .; :'i->'.

1


"We Speak for
r Trade."


LANDS i fS I
Attorneys at Law
Practicing in all
State and Federal
Courts
Special facilittei for
investigating and
wrfvetntng titles
mLANDI. FLA.


STEWART & BLY
Iasic A. St-wart
Egford Bly
Mary "t4t-wart
Attorneys at Law
fnd Nolatrlt, Public
iv LAAND. FLA.


"FOiNTAIN'S"
DzLAND1, FL.

Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes


For Florida
FARMS
(iROVES
TIMBER or
TRUCK
IAND
>. !ii ;,,: Ba r-;;tlii
: *' t t4

THF riffi I0


m


to Lake Heleu. a like distance.


BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO.
.M tI 1. !i I. ;( 1 a 1"; !'*
Light (iranite, Buff, Red ant1
Drab Brick


.mmran







LD.
P".iIpu


INSURANCE
AGENCY
T) vLA-NID, F LA.


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DELAND, Me s t
Voluia Couty,
-is situatd 23 miaM w e-
SDaytona uad is ria fpeoa t" A
ter city by an excellent d iw-fs
mofi ft-uy cottrc
At DdALad is located the John A
Stetson UaivWuity, one of the led-
ing edcatismal iastitutioa of the
South. Baous of the iaitsst m
matt educational DeLaad is aowa
as '$Th Altuam of Florida."
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and astructors. Them
are over $M,0 in building and
equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-
ment; a Carnegie Library aloe rep-
resenting an investment in building.
endowment and books, of more than
$120,90 The library is the United
States Goverunmealt depository for the
State of Florida, and contains over
15,000 volmes. Science Hall, one
of the Uewet of U buildinga, with
its fr 4hi"^ reprats an outlay
of $60000K Eliuabeth Hall is ae of
the most beautiful coUege buildings
in the South.
The city a a pplatie of abut
3.1 with a& thiy etie0 notaary
adjacent.D.a m d powr is five
miesam*adtfheSti Johns Itivw a
the hi =rili net piAt lod i oiT
grat-IOaase Rdgk of Flarida,
Theprdmata e
mA limpfrs~the estm""
eropI ft Wie vcofty bef over
30%W boxes this yar. Graope

phUs, pSaan guavas, strawbIi s
ad other fruits am grow is plenty.
Il the way of public improvamet
are many miles of fine shell roada an
excellent hio school, electric lgta,
a system of waterworks that is ownmA
and operated by the city, supplying
the purest water at little cost
Nine houses of wtrship 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
ovLr an hour, and there are many
pretty drives in the vicinity of the
county site. A good road leads to
DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic
spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
bubble front the earth every minute.
From DeLand automobiles go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and;
marl roads; theSt. Johns is crossed by
terry near Osteen and cars can then
continue to Sauford and Orlando by
hard road. There is a shell road
from DeLand t<. Orange City, five
n. li's, and a good road from DeLand


BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY

LUMBER
LATH
SHINOL
MOULVENN
Agento




DKLAND, VLA,


ALLEN'S
Next to Postie
DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS
F-WRI.RI
DBLAIND, DIA.

IIAILW IL


The
Leading
GROCER
DRILAND. FLA.
a a

J. A.
ERICKSON
& ca
Largest Stock Of
Pianos, OrgaW)aN
Sewing achia
touth of Jacnvile
DaLAND). FLA.

Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Shop
m;Y Proprietor
Di:.LAND, FLA.
Manufacturer eft
Butzgls and Rurroys


SILAS
B.
WRIGHT


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ly


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,oan "o wIePwerd In the candy
boineum. Our assortment I unuinl,

for even such a first class store W

this. We have the wholesome home-

ly sorts and the equally wholesome,


beautiful goods In boxes.

surprised at the prices.


You'll be


W. F. GILLE, Jr. & CO.

The Prescription Dru#Aists.


malt&


With top ud fo- se- ;

second bad.



DAYTONA AUTOS TRANS CL


"n ARUAWr NOTE SPLIT IN MOTOR RANKS
AT ALLENHURST SATURDAY BUT SHOW GOES ON.
ArNHUBST, Fla., Feb.m 21-The MILWAUKEE, Feb. 22-Although
T, Fla. Feb. score of representatives of prominent
f- 'lhfar" o Jacaavflle, pass- *
* xmn ar of Jack vlepasautomobile companies have refused to
l fcthe eared saturday, going ..
u b b the cana l aturday, goingexhibit, the second annual show of
i, ened today, promises to be a de-
-irPfSENTATIVE ^lcided success. The seceding dealers
PERKINS SINKING.. conducting private shows in their
WASHINGTON, Feb. 22 -- Repre- own garages.
ftn tive James B. Perkins of NewI FLORIDA VETERANS EN-
York is sinking. Dr. Beal said this TERTIAN CHIEF.
fMain' that he entertained small Gainesville, Fla., Feb. 22-Samuel;
hope for the congressman's life. R. Van Sant of Minnesota, command-
er-in-chief cl the Grand Army of the
KAISER RECEIVES FORMER Republic, was the guest of honor to-.
VICE PRESIDENT FAIRBANKS day at the twenty-seventh annual en-
BKRLIN. Feb. 22-Former Vice- campment of the department of
President Fairbanks was received by: Florida. A considerable number of
the Kaiser today. -veterans from all sections o f the
He attends' a Washington dinner State attended the encampment.
tendered by the American colony to-
night and leaves for Paris afterwards., MANY NOTABLES TO
i SPEAK AT BANQUET.
MANV 21m 0 hARS IN PEORIA. 111.. Feb. 22-Following its


ro vvW1 I %#r% vW% W sal
PASADENA CLIMP.
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 22-Nearly
4M the leading makes of automobiles
bre entered In the Passadena-AltadeLU
HID climb of the Los Angeles Li-
seaed Dealers' Association today,
WUch shares honors in sporting in-'
terest with the Attell-Conley fight.


WANT LONGER VACATIONS.


Spokane. Wash., Feb. 22-Demands
thOt Uncle Sam's postal employes be'
Given a vacation of thirty days a year,
taLtead of fifteen, were made at the
tavntion here today of the postal
Owks and carriers of the State of
Washington.


kX..ULTAN ABDUL HAMID
,X-SULTAN ABDUL HAMID


IS REPORTED DEAD


VIENNA. Feb. 22-Persistent ru-
Mors are afloat here that Abdul Ila-
mid, the deposed Sultan of Turkey.
IL dead. The rumors an, denied at
Salonika and Constantintople, but
credited by many lhre.


NOVEL PARADE IN TAMPA


annual custom, the Creve Coeur Club
o! this city, has engaged a nota-
ble array of speakers for its Wash-
iigton's birthday banquet tonight. Tie
I;st includes Senor Don Enrique Cree',
the Mexican ambassador, Secretary of
mimmerce and Labor Nagel, General
Frederick D. Grant and Representa-
tive J. Sloat Fassett of New York.


FELL ON SIDEWALK;
INJURIES NOT YET KNOWN
Mirs. M. Black, sister of Messrs.
Blymyer, fell from the steps of the
Anderson candy kitchen to the pave-
ment about noon today, and though
the doctors have found no broken
1,ones it is feared she has wrenched
"' ligament of her leg which lmay con-


ime her for some time.
J. B. Dunn, who was close at hand,
assisted Mrs. Black to Mrs. WV. W.
Catni"i.;"s atl(o. \vi>I:h 'l at- ; standing at
thei c ,rt, ;Ia, Ml 1irs. ('artcr took ,th r
It( til !. \ i \ t (th. r, .' 1.11. i \
,\ t *Wit"

'!I i,=t',UiL t and ihsii -|', 'ilr-tss-
Lf ournunijerous winter visitors dis-
plav thtmlliselvt.s iin some new fad each,


WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY. ,-casoi. A few seasons ago the marsh
TAMIPA, Fla., Feb. 2-With a pa- rass was gathered, and by a pleat or
geant several miles in length, with a two, a twist or two and a stitch or


mcore of handsome floats and Mys-
tic Krew ot Gasparilla in line, was
the WVashington's birthday feature 1of
the Panama Canal Celebration. The
floats depicted the various tpochs of
the growth of the city and State.


MEN OF PROMINENCE AT


ROSE PLANTING FESTIVAL.
PORTLAND. Ore., Feb. 22 With'
many men of prominence attending
the annual rose-planting exercises
t the( Portland Rose Festival were
held today on the grounds of the
Forestry Building. The ceremony
was one of the most notable civic dem-
onstratioi;- in the history of the city.


$100,00 FOR MEDICAL CHAIR.


two c(nverlted into beautiful baskets
olld other articles of utility. This
season thtey are gathering the small
i"ownI acoins, polishing them and
bringingg themin with bright colored
e.11ds tfor n,,cklaces, chains and por-
l ier'e. It is surprising what a fine
o lslih tile acoris will take on, anid
ii,\" Well they appear as rtftdes (of!
.>dornmeInt

ITCHING ECZEMA WASHED AWAY.
iS :.t \\)rth 2-. tenlts to stop that
awi\l agoinizii it(h? ,'Surely you w\\ill
spend -,.- c'tllS on yOllu" (l'U '.ist's 'r(-
ouficlndatiuij, i to Cool anid tiheal aid
suottie tl hit trrilhle itching eruption?
By arrangement with the D. I). ).'
Laboratories of Chicago, we are able
to make a special offer of a 27'. cent


The Mahogany Tree.
There is no such thing as a forest
of mahogany. The mahogany tree
lives by and for itself alone. It stands
solitary of Its species surrounded by
the smaller trees and dense under-
growth of the tropical forest, rearing
Its head above Its neighbors. Two
trees to the acre is a liberal, estimate
for mahogany "finds." lMore frequent-
ly perhaps only one tree will be found
over a larger stretch of territory. True
mahogany is the only species of the
Swietenia mahogani. the name Swie-
tenia having been given to it in honor
of the celebrated Baron von Swieten.
physician to Maria Theresa. It is dis-
tlnctly a native of tropical America
and frequently towers to a height of
100 feet, the trunk being often twelve
feet in diameter. It is of exceedingly
slow growth, and the time of its ar-
riving at maturity is probably not less
than 200 years. Occasionally small
specimens have been found in south-
ern Florida.

British Julius Caesars.
Julius Caesar, who on one of the
closing days of August In 55 B. C.
landed on the Kentish coast, has had
many British namesakes, including a
great cricketer, but the best known is
Julius Caesar, master of the rolls un-
der James I.. about whom Lord Clar-
endon in the first volume of his his-
tory tells the amusing story. "'Remem-
ber Caesar." The unpopular Earl of
Portland sat up all night in a barri-
caded house with his friends and re-
taminers armed to the teeth because be
found in his pocket a slip of paper
bidding him "Remember Caesar,"
which really had reference not to the
assassination of the Roman statesman,
but to some preferment promised to a
S19a f lr Juol CaesaL The tomb
of Sir Julius Caesath. whb q uant
epitaph In legal phraseology, is among
the iainy curious monuments of St.
Helen's, Bishopsgate.-Iloudon Family
Herald.


Parent and Prodigal.
In a Hongkong paper a short time
ago there appeared a paragraph recit-
ing that a wealthy youlig Chinese
whose mother controlled a large busi-
ness in Caniton ihad been spewndiig i thie
nmouvev of tie tiri tot) l;ivistLy. tlie att-
tracti (io t o Iottorcvars ail other \t-ii-
tles ot exlitra'a;'aie in'Le t)oo powVer
ful for him After various endeavors
to control hilm the molthi er at lellngtl
prepared chains and fetters and had
him locked up. He, however, escaped.
and the irate mother announced her
intention to exercise ber' maternal
rights on his return by cutting the
tendons of his ankles and thus crip-
pling him. The account proceeded to
say that this treatment is often re-
sorted to by irate parents with prodi-
gal sons.-From "China." by Morti-
tner Menpes and Sir Henry A. lake

Turtles of the Amazon.
The fresh water turtle tit the Xwa-
zoD grows to a great size. especially oni
the upper river, where full grown ones
three feet in length. two int width and
weighing O0 pounds a4-e often seen.
Every house has its little poiid or cor-
ral to hold a stock ot these animals
through the season ct dearth, the wet
months. Those who have Indians in
their employ send them out for a
month when the waters are low to se-
lect a stock; others purchase their sup-
ply.


Diamond Cut Diamond.
"Patrick II. McCarren," said a Brook-
lyn lawyer, "knew how to handle i-u',.
Hle met straightforward men %\i:h
straightforward methods, and tri-ky
men he bested with wilier tricks than
their own.
"Once he illustrated his policy to
mue with a story. Ile was like, he
said, the rich Peter HIiggins.
"When Peter was young and gay
two friends, being hard up, put up a
game on him.
"'Peter,' they said, 'you might pay
us that $2 we lent you.'
'When did you lend me $2T said
Peter haughtily.


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THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO.
T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor-Managr.
C. K. HARRIS, City Editor.
Geo. F. CROCCH, Superintendent.
Entered as second-cLsas matter De-
cembeulr 1, O1909. at the post office at
Daytona. Florida. under the Act of
March 3.1879.


Foreign Geogpaphy.
Children of European birth who wers
old enough to receive some instruction
'In geography before coming to thli
Country hold opinions in regard to the
political divisions of the earth which
all the American geographers and the
teachers thereof combined cannot up-
root. A New York teacher found that
out when she tried to imt'ess ulon a
young Austrian miss thai ,clunubus is
the capital of Ohio.
"It is Cincinnati, on the Ohio," re-
torted the Austrian maiden politely.
but firmly.
Maps and printed text were produced
to prove her error. The pupil was in
nowise convinced.
"It wasn't that way in our geogra-
phy at home." said she. And the next
day, to uphold her contention, she
brought the geography on ihicb she
based her assertion. That book wan:
not a perfect product of the geography
maker's art. for It certainly did state
that Cincinnati. on the Ohio river, was
the capital of Ohio.
"But that is a mistake." said the
teacher. Then day after day. when
the girl was called upon to recite, the
teacher put the question of discord.
"What is the capital of Ohio?" and day
after (ay, at the risli of bad marks.
came the positive reply. "Cincinnati,
on the Ohio."-New York Press.

Whelks' Egga.
Natural soap is not heard of very of-
ten, but It not only exists, but is highly
prized by Jack Tar In the tropics when
the purser reports that the ship's sup-
ply of soap has given out. Then all
hands are sent ashore to gather a sup-
ply of "natural soap," which is found
on the shore In the shape of wheiks'
eggs. The whelk is a little shellfish, or
marine wu)ollusk. whi.h in Europe is
eaten like muiels, cockles. oy'sters
and clams, but in the tropics It is
more highly esteemed for the soap it
proviJes in the shape of its eggs. The
eggs are found in a light yellowish
mass whkh is composed of some five
or six hundred capsules. One fish
alone produces millions of these eggs
in the course of the year. They are
found on the shores of the Atlantic,
but are very profuse on the intertrop-
ical coral reefs, where sailors take
large quantities aboard for use as
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ORTHY, Proprietor.


M. ad Mrs. E. IL We,
Southbrdge, Mas., arrived yesterday
and are at The Hamilton.

The guests of the Hamilton will
be entertained on Tuesday evening
with a progressive euchre party. It
will be a Washington affair.

Dr. and Mrs. James Newcomb and
F. S. Newcomb, of New York city,
arrived Monday night and are guests
of The Despland for a week or two.
F. S. Newcomb is a brother-in-law of
B3. A. Armstrong.


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- md ([Aproved Since Last Season.
ftiuhd Grounds---Located on River Front


The Lyman Twin Opera Co., who
made a special trip down the East
Coast to Daytona, returned to St.
Augustine Sunday. The Messrs. Ly-
man were guests at The Hamilton
duriri[ their stay in the city.

Arrivals at The Despland: J. E.
Roe and wife, Elgin Mefflin and wife,
Lansing, Mich.; D. C. Jenkins, Pitts-
burg; Thos. Krauss, .Jr., Columbus;
Jas. A Barker and wife, Peekskill, N.
Y.; C .H. \Vaterhouse. Hull, Mass.

Recent arrivals at The Hamilton:
C. Bateman, WVashington; H. G. Reed-
er. Newbiirn. Pa.; M. L. Parker,
and sister, Springfield, Mass.; Mrs.
Stickey, H1. C. Lyman and wife, H.
L .Lyman, Louis Schinkel, Brooklyn;
J. F. Paulitch, Pittsburg.


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Rooms with or without Baths.


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Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rea, friends of
Mr and Mrs. Hoene, from Pittsburg.
Pa. arrived Monday night and are
guests at the Prince George. Mr. and
Mrs. Rea were considerably shaken
up in a railroad wreck in North Car-
olina, but fortunately received no
serious injury. The train they were
on telescoped another from a branch
line.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dranger. of
St. 'aul, Minn., are prominent peo-
ple r.'gistered v t the lPrin(e (Gorge.
Mr. Dranrgeir is a mitnber of the firm
(ot ('lenient, Dralig,.'- & Co, ho~
s.tle!', and importers of ladies' N,-.ir.
Mr. ;iii( M, l)Dranger are very en-
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Iolia ;tilld j',t lr.o king for\Viail' d t fli-
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M fb- e n JON bt "r a life I.
vMOoMD Wlj.m oe dil I wo nm uliu'
4wRB bOn drivb a- wagtn wueu I
eabMight o Of a snake iun tIe brut
all read taor a uprliui v horses
starts, an' I whi4P *era up fast tu
clear the snake, don't you ,*ee. afore
be could spring. He makes one clear
SprIn. the snake doe, an' be mitie
the borses."
"That was lueky. Hut you-.vou"-
"Lucky? You bet your life it was
lucky. He missed the horses, the
snake did, but be stuck his tang-y
clean through the wagon."
"You don't sayr"
"*1 do say. and maybe you don't be-
Ueve It, but It's a facL He stuck his
fangs clean through that wagon, au
that wagon Is swelled up so bad that
we had to leave It by the wayside and
take the bornes home."


Now They Never 8peak.
A coolness growing out of the fol
lowing conversation has sprung up be
tween Jones and Smith:
"I had a splendid time last night."
said Jones. "'1 spent the evening at a
little social gathering at the Goodman
mansion."
"Are the Goodmans ulce people?"
queried Smith.
"Well. 1 should say so. They are
very aristocratic. To get into their cir-
cle one must have either a great deal
of money or a great deal of genius."
"You don't tell me so! And you say
you were there'
"Yes."
"You were invited, were you?"
"Of course."
"And to be Invited a man has to
have plenty of money or a great deal
of genius?"
"Precisely."
"Well. Jones. 1 am very glad to hear
you have become rich all of a sudden.
Lend me 5."-London Answers.
Antiquity of the Water Pump.
The water pump of today is but an
Improvement on a Grecian Invention
which first came Into use during the
reign of Ptolemies Philadelphos and
Energetes. 83 to 221 B. C. The name,
which is very similar in all languages,
is derived from the Greek word per-
po, to send or throw. The most an-
cient de-crtption we have of a water
lumpis st' Hero oI Alexandria. There
is no authentic account of the general
use of the pump In Germany previous
to the beginning of the sixteenth cen-
tury. At about that time the endless
chain and bucket works for raising
water from mines began to be replaced
by pumps. In the seventeenth century
rotating lpujps, like the i'appenhTain
engine, with two pistons, and the
Prince Rupert, with ,i0. \Vwer.e tir:t'
used. umpss with plunzer pisteni
were invented I"y Mcrl:iud. ;; Eii-
lishmran. in I 74 aniid the dolbli,. acti!in
pump by DIe 1: llir,t the Frliich ,acidt-
nician.


RetriLution.
"Stand up. pri-utter." t'lers the,
stern judge.
The trembling culprit. % hot has btceie
Found guilty by ai jury of his delighted
peers, stands..
"Prisoner at the bar," s,!emnly de
dlares the judge. "you have been cowi-
victed of building house after house
containing oue of these c.on founded lit-
tie boxes called receptionn rootmIlS.' ill
which there is neither rtoio to receive
nor hooks to make it a \\iardrube The
sentence (of thie outtrt is that for the
next ten years you shall bLie otinued in
one of these alleged reception roots of
your own construction and design'"
Iimedkiltely l!te lawyers for t the d-
foendait begin \ kork upti an ;ilpea c'li
the ground t!htt a criuci ind uiusluali
punishment lh.s been (dcrtit -Life
A Big Help.
The lecturer raisetl hi.-, v.,ice \iith
emphatic couindence. "1 ventuilre to as-
sert," he said, "that there isn't a man
In this audience who hta, ever d( tie
anything to prevent the devmic'tiohi of
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New Potatoes. ..... per peck, 40c
English Walnuts, new crop-lIb..20c
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also shoe py' *imor i ses or do ot her fiit!
worik vust so g I1.-
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The Comparison.

after o ,,,, ( "l :ri ,s l r,,,,k tild tinhe' tlr. -
atist, fturA., :l \avtl knt.vin :I'-tor. \v'iho
halijcn.d to, i, p!i-t ing David (;arri'k
at thei ti einc. 't'iiin i'i a chair right
under ho ieportrait of the iummortal
"Davy." rookfield stopped in front
of himii and looked first at the Iportrait
and then at the nan. "-By Jove, old
fello-w." he exclaimed at last. '"you
grow more and more like Garrik
e vy really think so, Brookfed?"
**Ovu really think so, Brook fleld?."


*usm a" a wd a, -av y"
a i n ic t s
b p attached, which bore the
..naae oS f a good old country
"That box. sir, Is full of books from
the same house." answered the book-
seler.
"What do you ask for them?" In-
quired the mt.. "'i'm going back to
Chicago, and I want to take some
books, and these will just fit me. name
and all. Just you sort out all that have
that shield and name, but don't you
sad any without that nameplate, for
that's my name too. 1 reckon this old
fellow with the daggers and roosters
might have been related to me some
way."
Picking a Honr.
A British cavalry officer, speaking of
horses, said:
"Give me a free hand and I should
*pick a roan-that Is, for good temper
and quick learning. Dark grays and
blacks are mostly strong and hardy.
and so are dark chestnuts. As a gen-
eral rule, light chestnuts and light
bays are.nervous and delicate. A rusty
black's a sulky pig nine times out of
ten. Then, again, there are 'white
stockings,' as they call them. You
know the old saying. 'One white leg's
a bad un, two white legs you may sell
to a friend, three white legs you may
trust for a time, four white legs you
may lay your life on.' "
This does not agree with an old Yan-
kee saying:
One white foot. buy him;
Two white feet, try him;
Three white feet. look well about him;
Four white feet, go on without him.
Now, however, the American idea is
similar to that of the sergeant, and
they say, "Four white feet you can
stake your Ufe on him."-Lonodon Spec-
tator.
An Ingenioue Devioe.
When Sir Robert Perks school days
were over he entered the office of a
firm of lawyers and worked very bard.
It was no uncommon thing to find him
reading law at 5 In the morning, and
this often after he had been working
late on the previousm night. As a mat-
ter of fact, he made it an inflexible
rule never to be in bed of a morning
after 5. To enforce this rule be In-
vented an Ingenious device. This con-
saisted of a long glass tube filled with
water nicely balanced over his bead
and attached by a string to an alarm.
At the desired hour the bell rang and
awakened the sleeper. If within a few
seconds he did not leap from his bed
and avert the calamity the descending
weight of the clock destroyed the bal-
ance of the tule, and down poured tir.
water on his guilty headi:--rom "Thi<,
Life Story of Sir Rolert W. lIerks.
Dart, 1. 'I.." by lnniui Crane
The Limit.
There is at bllicksinih who ha> a s!i,,;)
downtown anud who has a reputiati ,
for good work, espoclally In the muYK-
ing of Ice toulgs. But he claims to he
an expert on any kind of ironwork.
Recently a man dropped in on him
while he waIs working onl a li ir of ir'e
ho',ks.
"1] se 'U arc alI teXlpert onl Ice
hooks." s:tiii the caller.


A Toothsome Revenge.
During the reign of Charles IL. the
age of gallantry, It was the custom
among gentlemen when they drank a
lady's health in order that they might
do her still more honor to destroy at
the same time some part of their cloth-
ing.
Upon one occasion Sir Charles Sed-
ley was dining in a tavern and had a
particularly fine necktie on. where-
upon one of his friends to play him a
trick drank to the health of a certain
lady, at the same time throwing his
necktie in the tire. Of course Sir
Charles had to do likewise, but he got
even. for not long after that. dining
with the same company, he drank the
health of a fair one. at the same time
ordering a dentist whom ht e had ,i
gaged to be present to pull out a re-
fractory totth which had been trou-
bling him. Every one else was oblliged
in this manner to tiourn a miolar
Great Forests.
Canada owns a forest larger in arcet
than the whole of England, Scotland
and Wales all puit together. The great-
est length of Britain is (O'S miles, adul
its greatest width 325 miles, while a:
Canadian forest in the Hludson baIy
and Labrador region is lN.) I by 1.74 miles in extent. Another big forest
stretches from Alaska to Washitngtooi
state. The Amazon bl iasini. South Ami:er-
ica. compllrises about o 2.1) Iy 1.:;,
miles of forest, while 't-iit'ir:l r'Afri t
has a for st rt.-, io: 3.1 I "n il,.s t',fr,'i
1117orth to s-'it nh Olu f utiino.'W \iAlth!
from cast t,, %est. and lthe pin', tli',!i
,a dl cedar t orests of Siw'i i; :,io' ; 4
bty 1.01)1 ; lil.-s in 'x\tt :;t
Logic.
Vhat--a h,, ,',t y ,i :!.-. l.,-'tt
know the artss of si, ',,i'" I .' :'! it,,d
the schoolmaster.
"No, sir."' replte41 t0we I -Ull.
"Haven't yo.tu e r heard of a lii'any'"
"Oh. yes. sir"'
"Well, what comlies i'xt':"
"I don't know, sir."
"A pronoun." said the master. "Now
remember that. Then comes the verb.
NOW what follows that.?"
"A provcrb. please. sir."-London
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C.7 Geom we imW .rt m "It
7 who- motto wasu,- am
A flMe." That la,,napplte pfscber
w" wat i naled a good w ixer."
*OM Uat be tOped In a blacksmith
.b9op to chat with the workaMeM. Dur-
e tfated man of
p) O R appearance came into the
Shop. He and the minister began
cattng, but neither knew the other's
libe of business. They became good
tulends In a few minutes. Finally the
florid faced man produced his card.
which annouDced that he was In the
saloon business on West street.
"Come down to my place any time,"
he said. "and I'll show you a good
time.n"
"All right." replied the minister.
"and. by the way. I'm running a pretty
good place myself. Come and see me.
and I'll show you a good time."
"I'll sure do that." said the other.
"But by the way. where is your joint?"
"My joint," was the reply. "is. the
First Presbyterian church. Just In-
quire for Myron W. Weed. the pastor.
and I'll be at your servlce."-Louis-
ville Times.

The Military Salute.
All salutes, from taking off the hat
to presenting arms. originally Implied
respect or submission. Of military sa-
lutes, raising the right hand to the
head Is generally believed tb have orig-
inated from the days of the tourna-
ment, when the knights tiled past the
throne of the queen of beauty and by
way of compliment raised their bands
to their brows to Imply that her beauty
was too dazzling for unshaded eyes to
gaze upon.
The officer's salute with the sword
has a double meaning. The first posi-
tion, with the hilt opposite the lips. is
a repetition of the crusader's action in
kissing the cross hilt of his sword in
token of faith and fealty, while lower-
ing the point afterward Implies either
submission or friendship, meaning in
either case that It Is no longer neces-
sary to stand on guard. Raising the
hand to the forehead has also been ex-
plained as a sign that the weaponed
band sto empty and In an inoffensive
position. but this reason does not seem
so convincing as the others.



Physicians for

Kidney Ailmsts.


Full stock Electric Irons, Coffee Percolators, Toasters

Griddles. Chafing Dishes, Fans and Warnin Pads.


THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and


WATER COMPANY.


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WE 'CONFESS


We admit it frankly the Merchants Baak wamAs your bIs*ne But we aim,
can assure youb that in return for your buasimess, tis bans maot mly lrs a m rwin
which we believe almost perfect, hat unquestioned secity for everyM ddar a m-
ed to our care.
In cold, unatsumiBslijures.,ere is our guaratee to every depositor reud-
less of the amount he may have in this baah.'


$100,000.00
50,000.00
100,000.00


Total, $250,000.00


$250.000. That amount stands between your deposit a4
any possible loss.


We repeat:


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


Daytona, Florida


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High Class Wines and
LIQUORS
0 Write for Price List to the
oldest and largest house in I
Florida. 3
Hotel, Club and Fine
Family Trade our
Specialty.

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Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders.Liability


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MOTION PICTURES

Opem Every Day at 3:00 p. m.


PROGRAM


Rideletto
The ir-e &a m--ic work of Victor
Knw-F- WD'Art.


b Gdlde Days
A Westra Stqr


Maki it Pleasant for Him

Bronmht to Time

THOSE. W. LANE
SSinging and Monologue

ILLUSTRATED SONG


mSIC BY WOODS' OKmLbiKA

me Pe shi- by=les.they
bme bam passed wem by the New
Trek FaroeCimr Board.


___________. ....____ I Peter Ladas went utip to Ja ksi,
dv1e ay sny afternoon bfo'
| EO& 171 Bdays on business.


Mrs. K. K. Musselman, of Phila-
delphia. and friend. Thomas Wilson,
of Washington, D. C('.. are alMnoli,
the recent arrivals in the city, and
are located on Ridge,,ood avenue,

*Automiobiles stored at reaisomiable
rates. Saratoga Inn Garige. d-Flbl-tf

Mrs. G. L'. Ohl arr':,ed Friday n:,gi:
from Atlanta and \\'ay'ross and N.il
visit with her father and brotii'e. \W.
F. Gile. Senior and Junior. for '
:.ime. MrO'. h!il 1,; Raynioid in .\A
lauta.


No, the managemn.iit o: o t' e :.
plant has not been (-haii-ied. blut i
still in the hands of that pop)izl:
young man, Lem Sin;th. ai.d h- it .
who has just re(oxed i),romi a ',;'
illness and is aa:oi dn o di.. 0a1;11


LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
12:29 today; 1:12. tomorrow.

THE WEATHER.
I For Eastern Florida: Unsett'ed arce
colder tonight and Wednesday.

SMr. and Mrs. M. M. Stigler were
Palatka visitors today, going over by
the morning train and returning this
afternoon.

Miss May MllVurn \"a:- in th c:-tv
today fron. Port Oral-ge, to.inJi up
vy tlA. m... :'-ni train and r : 0&:it iig
t'y bicy> k.ie.

Mrs. E. 11. Petnce and sitte-, .rs.
Osborn anil Mrs. Smith went to Palml1
Beach Monday afternoon for a t ew
days* visit.


Harrold Zimmer, who was
on for appendicitis at the
Hospital about two weeks
sufficiently recovered to be


s operated
Daytona
ago hasi
out.


**FOR SALE-'Motorcycle, ;
tandem attachment, 343 ". Beach.
22-2t


t:h


Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bennett, who
have been visiting for some time with
their son, A. G. Bennett, and wife,
in. Jacksonville, returned home Sat-
urday night.


DAYTONA

OPERA

HOUSE

TOMORROW NIGHT
Oh You Laugh Hungry!
Richard & Pringle's
FAMOUS GEORGIA

MINSTRELS
Are Coricg to Town Headed by
MOtE [ PURI[- I BULY KING
T.i- Beau Brurneis of Comedy,
AND 40 OTHERS

A Revelation in Ministrelsy
Oh You're Bound to Laugh!

BIG STREET PARADE AT NOON

Seats on Sale at Hankins'
Drug Store.

Dance every Tuesday night.


Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Decker,
cousin, are pleasantly located
Iof the Gammell apartments
mietto avenue. Mr. and Mrs.
'ere here some years ago.
I.iyn:,.y r apartments.


of Wis-
in one
on Pal-
Decker
at the


Sparty of ladies, evidently bent on
3Z all tihe Florida dtIiospher-
IAatili(-, hi.ay be seenl any fine day
I tWallace's. Gardiner's or the postof-
f ;ie, industriously engaged with their
I. kni:ttnig or crochet work.


The Daytona-DeLand auto bus start-
ed off this morning with a goodly
number of passengers.

The Ernestine, Col. C. Stubenbord's
boat, went down the river this morn-
ing with a gay party aboard.

The Allen new shingled cottage on
South Palmetto avenue is receiving
tIe attention of plumbers and painte:u
in its progress toward completion.

Par',uas of the Davily News will
confer a favor on the management !
by r-porting any failure to re-:eive
t:.e pap~er. KIindly inifo: ia the offi :'-

at
i..<.. ,'V. l--iatt, a p ,*'-!:ni1IIi attor-:-
::ey o: C inc.ilnati, O hi:o. rtii.-i'i 2i ,o"-
*i.y inght fo:' a fewv d...' ; :-.t v, iti
!; "s t-ousi'n, D. I.L .',n, ;, i.:i l
at Daytena w'haci.

Dr. Reed, who is spending the


winter at the Ellenwood flat, left this
morning for California to meet his
brother, who will return to Daytona
with the doctor.


Miss Virginia and Theodore
kin arrived Monday night from
lyn, N. Y., for a visit with
aunt. Mrs. E. R. Jefferson, on
Ridgewood avenue-.


Ran-
Brook-
their
North


Mrs. J. B. Champion, of Atlantic
City, is a recent arrival from the
North, and is located at the Wayside
Inn. Myrtle avenue, where she will
spend the month of March.

Mr~s. Thomas Wilson and Mrs. K.
K. Musseliuan. recently arrived tour-
ists, who k-re here fo.r a short time,
took advantage of the bright sun-
-hine io lomake the trip to New,
Saiyrna this morning.


Mr. ,Ad Mr.s. A. R. King returned|
from their trip to Palm Beach on,
C',, ionsttution, which arrived
.bout 5:911 o'clock yesterday after-
L"OI, and joined Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
on Souti h Palmetto.


A-


-Phone 2S will call for yoir (iai:-
ing and p)ressinm. 0. S. tura.t't. ;f

R. W. Pellett left Sunday f,,rr New,
Smyrna. where he intended t,, spend
a wee-k with his mother and brother,
Hall Pellet r. and family before rtiu:in-
..:. ..:u '.. :.. t. ) .la( ksn. :,.ll-

1 i1 i, -A A:.III A sih:. ; lt),i i ap y
.-tart-d up t-,oir n1ery-go-r(,iiid and
et-r:" ;, *' i y ste+:'tiday v afternoon, at
-1:." ti.,- "i,.'il dix -- i B t \\ S Si-r SSut s -
i. : ll u). ;-i';e in thet pr.senc(.e of a
: -,. ,',-: r c: .Ad \'hii,- h t o]lelt te-d on
( -a I 'Y* ',. >1: ,),i;'aeg d by the sun-
,'.'i... a nd ii, .it'hess '4f tle day. BV
t en-:: .: t: ca;r:.:;\.l was ill 1ill swing
2 -::i: and cI,1.e ro1i, ds were sllrg;i.l
,i:, >:7, ".i,,' *'> i, [h'ta,'i st r,,,t .

i'K A.\L E CHA I.'- t.eo ruIn-
:!,:- l ;(i d t :.i t,,ip and f'-ldir.g seat:
* '" .' ... : ".\ e 'aa e. 1 -4t


~i i Ii \ I'rr-rs.'r i~


It ," ill i'te iti, it-iti (, inter f.'.-t tr
..: h:., \ i, net IMr. and Mrs. Althoff
hlie the+y \\x-e'c in Daytona two or"
.,t. et ye:tF.. auo to learn that they
,'rt now il; S:. Petersburg, where
they have a winter home.

is. ('a,'uine 1). Shugerr. MrIs.
Aid:. S'-ott and son, Karl, and the
I. :-..e: Eniiima Mye's and Sarah
Young, formed a pleasant party for
A tour of a week or ten days to
Cuba, leaving 'by the evening train
.Ionday.

Clarence Bennett experts to leave
Thursday for Rochestkr. N. Y., in
cImpanv with his brother-in-law and
.-titer, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hazard.!
d:.;d children, who have been visiting
,,:-e. anid ;f he likes it in Rlochester
\:Il p'obally remain three.

Th-, r;:it s( cra|per j reI n used oni
H (dif (. eue today by Street
t' l~llllt ..S!O:,o: Hilllli~hlev. sV 1"A tv r n -


,'. t. l>'):. elly w ho r'eti;:t-ii c r.
X\ Y-v o ,.ek S a ,o. ) x-
1 .... tL( :..... n i,, ,; lne. ,i l.
drj'-'xd:... \v:<-. and so;i at th ir
,-1. r -e,-aiJ avenue Saturday
i i 4hi. fi id;in thie weather North
ir ,:e,' t:, ; li- o):1l(d stand. 1Mr. Do:n-
'Ieliy s:i- the people of Florida
s l '.\h-n they compare the .limate h{ere
i "r h that far-ther No!rth.


M\I:-. (G.-'o H. Ludwig is expected
to return by train today from Palin
-'ea ., where she accompanied a
tlru.r'_z pa ty in a large Packard car,
le_: in: hre last Friday morning.i
Ti;-.- had iuto an: experience on the
t.r:;.,. ,gettiii. mired about twenty miles
n *::: 'r, I" Fort Pietrre. the party, con-.
,-'. ,rt tr:,-e. ladies, the chauff,-r'
a: i: i n-l. il oebliged to remain
.; n;;r .i in the: automobiles:. A
d],'.-: mnen and a luule rescued them
tT-'a :!* Iid next in orn ,iga.


the >s-raljwiv:;dI
(~j~j t :in .1) i t hey f, Sth IinfIinI't


Oxfo


Are now her


Just Rec


Some Beautiful Cr


BOATS SOUTHWARD a"
B'OAO venience at ALL
Five Hundred Feet of Free Dock, Free W~sar, -f
Groceries at City Prices, Launch Rupple. Wll
STOP OViER and ENJOY the FISHIG. Wl@be
INDIAN RIVAR


Hotel Despland Barber Shop amd
HAIR DRESSING PARLORS
Miss Fairbanks
Specialist is Ladies' Hair Dressi, Mau aBi-
curin.t, Electrical Facial Massaie and Sri- I
cal Chiropo,. p
WVork lon, nit R,-sIl-snces lhy AI to iittmtent. "
Tel-phn" 5;- i-t


H. T. McCLELLAN
NtWnufActurM-r of
WINDOW aml DOOR FRAMES and WINDOW


and DOOR SCREENS, Mission Furniture.
Taurni, Scroll Sawing, etc.
North Ridgewood Ave. Phone 123

THE NEWSTEAMER


GENE~


New


(ENTLW


"FLORIDIAN'
Will leave Gille's Dock for
The Tomoka Every Mornind. Collars-
H. A. PERKINS, Owner. _
.-- :Can't

Miss Leona Chase, is vi-siting her C'an
.randparents. Mr. and Mrs. E. Os- *4':i
horn, on South Palmetto avenue By Our ] '

Mr.. Atk.nson and d:i ohter, of II- *
lino:s. arrimoed Friday and ar- pleas- _
antly located at the Miller apartment Da oA
oTn Sourth Palmeto avenue e n-

Til-- p .-z offre, t: M+.Me:uiatst- -
Pank and tle c:ty sch':,.,Is >b..erxe to-
day a2 lep.l holiday. :.Iier 'i. the *aM
-b)lsin ess v:^>el, we, t r,,'.nd~ ;,nd ro)';F;u -. ....... |
* usual. Th-re :i"' I.'. ;'..- and *-1
bri'lli'nr .*t- er'taI lIeitl. ,in ho -I and 0.
; ".,.,a :.in-les Iplanned fr- r he -even- Try a ri
,-.u Ti...- ', a .r U.t i.i- r :tl, ,1 Da[..y- O tIour i G T


te RueintSt Srips.,
G4Mvu Skin Onions,


t iSr^ ii o wI S *' c i w n s p ed-



Urn HCDRCU CO.
~~mr


I Sheppards Grocery


N. Beach SL


Rev. J. E. W. Bowen, president of
Gamoin Theological Seminary, of At-
lanta, Ga., will lecture tonight at the
Industrial School for Negro Girls, in
Midway.


"INDIAN RIVER" ORANGES
Tom are invited to visit my groves,
and up-to-date Packicrd House, und
see the -udso'mest frit and how it is
bIdled. Tour orders solicited
Special attention given to fI!ling orders
by the box for shipment.
MUNROE GROVES,
George H. Munroe.


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