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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 24, 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: VID00443
Source Institution: University of Florida
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P.Mahe4 Every Evening Except Sunday During Decanmbu Janury, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.
TELEGUC NEWS BT UMITD PRESS.


DAYTONA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1910


15 Cents per Wek


ouT SALE
be Sold Out
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NEVILLE H. CLARK


NEVILLE H. CLARK
OPTOMETRIST.


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EYES TESTED-FRAMES FITTED


AGAIN SUCCESSFULLY


PDAYTONA POSTOFFICE.


Ssmps ANNUA CELEBRATION OF


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WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY.


SECZD ANNUAL BANQUET AT

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Again loote-d Ai
H.- manner a last .as
bootY secured by me
tism was a little d a
Git of last year's, avtnt
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robbery stamps and ,
SWmunt of aboutth h
gM well as all of the
Tno yeggmen oper-
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M.r'. when they se- ,
in stamps andt; ,
tioual
time a hole wa s tv
R l lock of the safe. (han
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Saew lock placed on Y
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have occurred alt' r
Usa f tets were croud-
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iI*.dIit jobs and :1
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E Ike Federal p)ris(nh iLn
so ftl wlvict caips of
.I CUt pleaded guilty ,




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SCfAder, of Boston. rep-
bhinrlcan Board of Mis-
4P Oagwational (.hurch.
S reilling lecture on
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Church, Tuesday af-
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PLAND TENNIS TOURNAMENT.


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STRIKERS AWED BY BLACh


HORSE FIGHTING CAVALRY.


SEMI-FINALS BEING PLAYED OFF COMPANY SAYS IT WILL NEVER


TODAY-SUMMARIES OF YESTE


DAY'S EVENTS.


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Paper Hanging
Decorating
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FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
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and P.-rftctlng I Aind Tlthe.
Office In Conrad Building. *Phone 1I


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
I=lW- -itinA to Tr,+at You Riaht.
Let I'F B. Your J, wfler..
L H. ROWE & CO.


DR. C DeW. AKE

IDentist
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Office, South Beach Street. Oppo-
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MAC'S BREAD
T"M REAL STUFF

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THE REAL TEING



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SNEW SMYRNA 0
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By L. C. DEMAREE.
One of Daytona's crownlng glo-
rie is her incomparable beach. No
one who ever set foot upon its
smooth, packed sands; no one who
ever pedale-d a bicycle over its ex-i
pane; Lo one who ever drove a ,
prancing pair of horses and listen-'


ed to the popping of their steel shoes
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ev.-er steered a high-power au-
tomobile down the broad stretv h o:
wave-washed and surf-pack-d sand
, :r- az'-d tlat it a. .orld-beat-
:, a v.-orlC-s o;,.-r. o s-ta.d upoi.

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wing-d -:-a birds, hih 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 h-'
snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick
anrd span, their hampers and lockers
bulging with refre-shments both solid
and liquid ready for a cruise upon th
beautiful surface. Take out your fiel
glas- atid sxe--p th.-_ r.,er from
Or-.-ondz b.r:d,- t-, Pon,-' Park
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SA Specialty of
Interior Decorating.
Orders May Be Left at Rowes
L. Jewelry Store.


TIRE TROUBLES


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FISK TIRES for FLORIDA ROADS


BIRD CAGES


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DUNN BROS.


BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS




Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G.
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Nose, Throat, Lunts and Rhumatism treated
by the Electro-Thermos-Vibratory Method.
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tand pricked earai-
For every ., A I'~ut:-a sparee goo-
ber tiere is a 1juriny --ready to cume
an~d accept yu;; :t iv-K t et
upr;,gLt and k na %6 :nrc tile m.- a?".
Castiu~ urg y yo A~ ~ uU
mean w h.I! e.fsi
Flowers a ~rs'-aind bloom-
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PLAYER PIANOS

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E. D. MILLS

BARBER
Hih Cla m i Every
Particular.
South Beach Street


Superficial observer. With such lav-
i ish wealth of natural beauty it be-
came an easy thing for the hand of
man to give the finishing touches
Which have wrought cut the colors
and outlines of the big picture.
Man did all this in the laying out
of the streets with th-ir wide marginA
of parkage. The entire city becomes
a great park, with driveways inter-
s_-cting. mls upon :iles '.r i:'ive-
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IN VESTMENT
COMFNYN


M. L. Waggoner

Desirable Building
Lots on all streets
in town; also river
and ocean sites
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A place on Beach Street where
you can get Hot Chocolate that's
made right and served with Whip-
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SEABREEZE and
BEACH two
progressive to-wM a
fax Peninsula. are
although incorporated g,
municipalities. The
the peninsula north and
distance ,. :r-m three
to 'our m-les, and exte-l
West from 'he sur Ing
At!antc Ocean to the Ha
the "Aaut:-n! zde-water
sets *hem a.ar! from a
,which "he- ha-e close
by means C. three bridts n
a ha.f-hocr "rerr- # wrc. .
Se.abreeze and Dayto"
essenti:all- summer and l
icrts aad are making
new :"r.ends every y.
who ics:re -c escape the
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S- :. east. Somth
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i-- nacadam a"
i- C. or .*. *c greatest
U.ho arh !a-h and air and
*- :-a:- entered into a
", :~han.-e its every cdU,
b-+each "he :amous autoin{A
.cur-se Where every world's
aAitay record has been made.
thee records it continue es
without rivalrv.
The sand of this famous
is composed largely of the sdlt
the coquina clam, which am
one-half inch long and vwy
For ages Nature has bea
Them up. washing them bml *
sur: and pulverizing them.
under the microscope each
:, ouad. una.t :cr mortar,
a'.- .-:caui.: i*- smoothaness pan
,--. :'.cd::. .: ether. v iet, | *
'-*ra' "h very momentat
...'.e ,..: parently soft 6
.- -,J." za:act;es settle do
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c -,. ':d t: comprehciamsi
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TilE*DAYrONA-


.Y NEWS


QRESSIVE NEW SMYRNA
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OIRMON D-ON-TliE- HALIFAX


DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA [


NEW SKYRNA is situated fifteen
i=w south of Daytona and is an
M i spot reached from Daytona by
a hbrd surface road winding through
___ ot the most picturesque parts of
1%Midx
With its ancient ruins dating back
Ito a time when the history of man
4ruaneth not, interlaced with wirc of
& modern telegraph and telelhz.-:ic.
its miles of she'l streets as ha'd and
*eooth as a floor aud over-arc:,ed y
lioary forest gi-.ntsthat rc', i._ s.t-th.'-
ly grandeur during the :a" c- l. -
gone centuries, Nc.v S-. "r..a : z--i.'
a place cf rc"aancc aA rc-'.
All nature here i& ve:-' ini:- to
the tourist and pleasure-..cccr Idc.c
too is to be foundthe best t.hi;.- and
hunting in the State of FlorIda.
The people are thrifty, the busi-
nen men enterprising, and all unite
im extending the welcome hand of
hospitality to strangers. There are
five church edifices for whitc people
and an equal number for the colored
population; the town has an excellent
high school, a splendid public lib-
rary, and up-to-date business houses.
There are any number of pretty
homes for the permanent population
which numbers close to 2,000, and
some very fine winter residences.
There are good hotels and boarding
houses where you can find accomo-
datious to meet your requirements.
Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a
section of vegetable land as can be
found anywhere. This land has
bee divided into small farms which
can be bought at reasonable pr cc-,
Some of the finest celery grown in
the State is raised on this land. All
other vegetables grow in abundance
and here, too, is the home o: the tam-
ous Indian River orange-.
New Smyrna has no bonded in-
debtedness and the tax lev. i, 1,^A
A point that no tounr.,t would d ;.,l
* to visit is the ru', ,,' ti:.c O.Jd Si .:.
ish Miss.on .C a I,.'. :.l.uJd -c:: A'c: .i.4i
alone about one and a qu.arc; ;l,..-
southwest of New SI. .., ... A 4.
Road leads to the place aiLd the t:'
can be easily made b1-'. .,.:i at.i. ;,.. i.
Silent, in the great p.;ic t-i'. h'. tc
margin of the forest. s t'.-, pF..ce ,
pilgrimage for the pica-. tlh % ,.
dezvous for the pcni,:ckcr. Thl r.:.,.
are extensive, and Whi.eC there is n,
authentic history of their o rii., i
is presumed that the Mis-,.in a.i-
built by the Franciscans in tlhe da'.-
when the once powerful Kingdom o'
Spain first planted its fiag upou Ah. "
is now American sorl.. It was bu: "
of coquinax, the root being of th,
same material, cut into thin slab-
and covered with cement pla-.cr
Extensive gardens surrounded i'
which were enclo,'ed by a ,o:.c
wall. portions o!i which; st:ll 1c 1.;.
Visitors usually c,';nc ia F.,;',>-
merry and curiou. but'.,t: sto ; <. l"
the place soonu ial\,, u ,.i tL, !.il s..,
they separate to .;! .ik,,;,C. -.ilit .1 .....
meditative, uuhi tt a: .. .. : t4
side the ancicL2t t.,,
CORCNADO
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NKEW SMYRNA-
FLO A I-Huse Strictly
FirAs Class in
Every Respect
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Day and Up
BENNETT ald
HODGES



M. A.

GALB REATH
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
N VW SMYRNA
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Whlilc at
New Snmyrna
LUNCH

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ORMOND is five m.les north o:
Daytona.. located on the western
b.-ink of the Halifax River. The lo-
cx':o' ct" th, tC'*a pe:-n:ts ot good
d:r:a,.; i ., ,i.,., pc..:,ct -aniitatiou: thc
Sc'.?-.C, is suFerb and ideal for
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Iiii,_ax R.ver, il the latter lias a,;
it-, cN,- look the mia-unihccut bach and
the broad Atlautic.
T',., .alks in all directioni are
pirtcu~rh;attr-ac-tive, and thec ar-
ho- .-h.hAdy and iiivitin',, spotsand
romantic nooks are crowdJed with
ru--tic ,"..ts w!,.ch are mute invita-
t rous to cuter Into 'it: cenjoymenct

Bic-odes the broad, smooth ocean
Keach tlicre are mniiv drivcs for car-
riaoec or autoniobile-low, drives and
-'!iort drive-,; drivel throti-h groves
ot ,oldtca oranges: drives through
dcn-c tropical forests4 to SpAmiish
mL1in d ri v s to the aticit ut Cau.%c-
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COOK'S GROVE

On the Ormond
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VISITORS
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Attorney and
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UNIVERSITY
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DELAND, the county seat of
S Volusia County.
is situated 23 miles southwest of
o Daytona and is reached trom the lat-
ter city by an excellent hard-surface
road recently constructed.
At DeLaud is located the John B.
Stetson Univerit.-, one ct the lead-
iiig educational inst-tutions ot the
South. Because ot tlhe interest in
m:n.icr-, cJducatiou.il D. La.nd i- kno.% i
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c: d _-120000. The library is the United
Statc- Governmeut depoiitcry tov r the
Statc o0 Florida. ani contains over
15,000 volumes. S,:cence Hall, one
of the newest of 16 buildius, with
its furnishings, represents an outlay
of $60.000. Elizabeth Hall is one of
the most beautiful college buildings
in the South.
The city has a population of about
3.500, with a thickly settled country
adjacent. DeLand proper is five
miles east of the St. Johns Riverlon
the high, rolling pine land of the
greatt "Orange Ridge' of Florida.
The predominating products are
oranges and grapefruit, the estimated
Scrop from this vicinity being over
300.000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches, pars, Japan persimmons,
plums, pecans, guavas, strawberries
and other fruits ara grown in plenty.
In the way o: public improvements
are many miles of tine shell roads, an
excellent high school electric lights,
a sy.,tem of waterworks that is owned
.i1nd operated by the city, supplyia.
the purest water at little cost.
Nitne house-, of worship tctifyV that
DcL.iad i a church-g p c';:.-
:ii.,/. Baptim-,-. fcj' -,cop.sl t: y. t :"
4..2x-ts (N ,rthcru .u:a Soc i':'.;c I c,
'' trianis, Clhri t.tia::- .i-.t C 4'.:2 -.I
;',c-,des col ':"-'d BaF" : .*.. "c;,. -
,. .... s, are rcp'c.c- ;i' 4 ;:
The radcd sc,.:'.'. o ._, a te,:
'cars courseC, And ,i .c 'l.,.k. w,'i,.
:t oc^''l'i c'>g" is [;c ," i t:i"ill,h;2.l
.t~ r. i :i~l,^ a:.Ji. -> i >. -.* C '. I ."
111in:1"od Loui ad be," cq ..a''-cJ l'::b-
S: C -,chools in the Sta:c.
Pihe trip trorn Davto:i.i to DcLaud.
-made by Autortio, lOLIc in a lit!lc
.'ver arn hour, and there aret: iI,.
pretty y drives in the v:, ;nty ot t...
cL'ity -.Ite. A ood ro id lead-, tto
i IX: .eou j' Iin..>'. ti'4.' n';;oIC, a iiistor.
sT',ot, ,,4hcc 6O.0.)) 4.-'i ':: -. water
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SALE

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cylider Brean motor. Speed 14 mile

PRICE $400.



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52 South Beach Street


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moipany1


PU-flY


That's our watch-word in the candy

business. Our assortment is unusual,

for even such a first class store as

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 Druggists.


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REO RIIUNABOITIUT AUTO


Does not setl4


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DAYTONA AUTO TRANSIT CO.


PORT ORANGE


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PORT ORANGE, Feb. 23-R. D.
Sparkman, the handsome and popular
young gentleman that he is, is with
Pattillo & Co., this week. filling M.
T. Pattillo's place, during the lat-
ter s absence.
F. 0. Sparkman spent Saturday aild
Sunday at DeLand.
Th<. Tw) Friends carried a large
party to Turtle Mound Tuesday.
The Hoosier carried quite a );party
to Dayton: .iMoiidav morlniin..
Mrs. (Co;)ok. .It. and Sr.. aid : Mr.
inlih.h. x Ith tlht + fa.lliili s of 1 t 'ach,
i turnedd Monday from a ten days'
i p Ic Cuba, vt-ry mniitI pl'aseid wit!i
%%hat they sa' .'
Mr. and Mrs. Nausbauin. \ ho have
bevt' visiting South Florida point 0t01
the East Coast, for the past ten days,
are now "IL Cocoa, but will return to
Port (i.'.t .e tlie latter part of this
w.eek.
Miss Williams and Robt. B. Allen,
of New York and Mr. and Mrs. J.
i<. Baldwin of Buffalo, are the recent
arrivals at the Port Orange House
*his hotel is now filled to very near
t:,e overflow mark.
H. B. Smith and G. W. Trask are
th- champions on blue fish, having
landed fifty-eight in less than two
ours, one afternoon last week. They
,were out with .J. L. Pattillo in the
YQIa( her-Louise.
Mies Rosa McDonald. of this lac',
;.nd Eugene Robinson, o(f Oak 11il.
.urpr sed their friend-s hy ait uinex-
pett C mar-iage last Saturday night.
Mr. Robinson came up in the after-
uoon in his auto and after arriving,
he and Miss McI)o)nald (ldctitld'd to iar-
i ;. aid \%t 'it a t la > ,iyt: i;a tor
tale nY't*er it l '. T !i"A \,)flYii I,,*,)il t .ll
mn ake th-'!," i(i i,' ;t ; )(,k l1 :1 ;111 (i i; d h ,
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PROMINENT CONGREGATIONAL
EDITOR VISITS DAYTONA


SEABREEZE, Feb. 23-The


work


;,f c(Itarina up the debris on the Clar-
Slndoli grounds has not progressed no-
t:icealdy the past week. on account
of tL-, hindranc,, by rain and other-
'is' VWori' (on thl servant's quarterss
i )ii:.- t(,d y. h( t buildingl will be lo-
';it(d nil i+" \VL.xt.- sde ,f (Grandview
a:', ,;iu a!j, 1:1i1-g thltW iiai ti Stables,
;nlid \\1 ii] coisit or a u'tit'llt structure,
rt'i 1; )t y ,,-loimdlreh1l and sixty ',,t.
p1I)l ;iiT+i it \\Vil(()x expitCt's to
!I;t V I\I*' ) 1 Iii l 't to fo 'v"ifty ll1 0 on tilt
*-Xcl\ aati(oli \\x ork by next week.
M\li.- N'l!.' Watermiian, of IDefiance,
Ohio, who owls resident property oin
O(cea. Boulevard, arrived from Jack-
s(nville last Saturday and is spend-
ing the ,ek with Miss Ott. Miss
Lee Bechel. of Defiance, 0., will join
the Misses, Ott and Waterman at the
former's home Thursday for two days
visit, whe', she will return with Miss
Waterman to Jacksonville. for the re-
mnainder of the season.
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Woodward en-
tertained thet. bridge club Tuesday.
eveni,,ig at their honm. on Halifax
avenuiie.
I) r. A. T. igetlow has had his riv-
* fr roit lot grubbed and underbrush-
*-d, x\li;chli being li>' feet front, makes
< ilt".,;ill illp)1'4)v 'inl t (il N ortlth IH al-
* i';i x .i x 'flll' .
MI in rs ('rawfod. o( Motit-
',,'. N ., : kir; .\ d lt(Il y anid are
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ness, took his mother on a boat par-
ty trip for the afternoon in the hand-
some Reominar, and succeeded in .iv-
ing her a very enjoyable tim,. She
was guest of honor, and everything
was done to entertain with,:t tiring
her.
The ladies of the Sewin'.- turcle
wi!l hold their bazaar nXt \\'(Ins-
day, March 2., from 1 ::', To ., .-w,


DA)YTFONA BEACH, Feb. 24 The
Martha V."asliington (.'ostuj;ii, s,.-iil
tA ..tiay VO nlii.. at tIia p)ri ))i;(-
".iS a litlnI ier ical stI s.-
thIere re as scarcely 'oom for 0 ( i inr-.
than was present, and the occasion
was one oC the most enjoyable of the
season. The decorating committee
excelled itself in the artistic arrange
nient of flags, bright bunting and
palms, the crowning effect being a
large picture of Washington draped in
flags. The guests were received by
Mrs. Martha Washington. sedate yet
cordial, a type of the true Southern
lady. A musical and literary program
was presented. Fruit pIunchl andl \ xa-
f-rs wNere served.
Miss Krnox. of the Sttsont) Ktider-
gartei. training schol, .a.' ro
g h )c t1 f r, o m
IeLand Tuesday arid \ a.ts a a..st at
Pinehiurst.
'lTh- follow ili- g- ii.sts ,i'e li, ide'l ;1
thc ;a: rivals ait l'ieiif tnr's. Mr. ;i. d
I.Zrs. 1. ri d I.. \V ils4, 1 I t' lk,,r"1 ,
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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Put)bll -td every evening. except Sun-
day. from lw14emtwr 1 to April 1, by
THE GAZEWET-NEWS CO.
T. E. FITZ(IERALD. Editor-Manager.
4'. S. HARRIS. City Editor.
(ho. FC. 'ROUCH. Superintendent.
Entetr-d as seond-.lnass matter l)e-
e.-nmb,,r 1. lW9.t a t the post office at
I'aytonui. Florida. undl-r th,- Act of
March 3. 1X7..


Simon Miller arrived Tuesday from
,',',lliingtoii, Ill. on a visit of a few
,t"\iv ith ih i parents in the Beekman

lh.rl.' t)o MIr. and Mtrs. 11. F. Stewaa:t
Tuiti 'iy ,i n, a bri hlt baby girl.
rtle d'ealesr and most elcso4lie 4uest

A Diayt(vIla tilu 'st \v;Is up btlfort'
S' 'iyr Ia VIii \nWed ni'sday morninglg
io" sp )eednti on Seabreeze avenue
"i'ai.-.,iva e\e!m l lte got off with
andl (ost, )but the Mayor admon-
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i ,, T' ,xt t:illit'.
'The &,u, sts at the Seaside Inn were
,,iitertaiined at a four-handed euchrei
Monday eening. Nine tables were
-.et and th- four prizes were won asj
ollolios: 1 Miss Hayden, of Chicago,
first lady's prize; Mr. Blose, of New
York, first gentlemen's prize Mrs. Fer.L
ney, of Cleveland, ladys' consolation;
Mr. Hayden. of Chicago, gentleman's
,consolation, i
Mrs. .\l. E.Allison. of Orlando, and
Mrs. Clara Blocker, Miss Clara Block-
. aind (Chas. locker, of Owensboro,
'yV.. ar'e guestss at Surf Crest.
The tcial season has beean very
;aiy at ,_Seab'eeze considering the lack
,' :ipetull sti from t ui tel (.itclls this sea-
stIl Mr. iand!l M:s. ,. \V. Wells.,
l r. Iandl l MIrs. I'L,,,,,'lii(),r, Mr. anld M rs
L.ii wotr)tl'. alid C(ol and Mrs. T. F.
S',rldi,' k ;t\ a **,'lt, !i ,d in liOl'' or
1--< itfo'rit 1 l cA ; A Lltihmo 'at. sty'"v at
I":,' t- i t ;:I; kt7r [tast t v" \\eetks
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GULF REFININGi


DAYTONA

AGENCY


To the


S. B. Green,

'Phone No. 70 o


West and


VIA


Dixe Flyer and South AMI_4

L~v .Jiteksonvillo-A. 4'. L.'4:15 pm Jv JJe
Lv Wa&~crosn. AX.CI, .....16:1i pill I.V W
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Ar Atlayits.C.. of i. .. ........:50 ani Ar AI
Ar 4'haittanoolls. W. & A. 1I:'"-ani Ar IKE
Ar St'shviI b-. X. C. 1, 3 .:40 pm Ar
Ar M~t. Louis4, 1. (C 7:10 )am'A
Ar Hopk~nsvliII-. La N........ i:j4 pillAt
Ar Heniderson. 1-a N. 4:15 Pil Ar I
A r Eivzj-anvti#-. L. a N.. 4:4.s pmt .r
Ar Tern- 11iliste, E. a T. IH. 1:0a
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Puilninn DIrnwilig Room Sit I-pping 4Van.,
Coaches FindI Rugaggng-tsir-4. lPulkrnin napsj-
M!letpi m_,Va rpi. .tic k!-1)v i Ile a id St. Lou i, nd.e~g
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For reservations or other information, commmicai ft

A. W. FRITOT, Div. Pass. A


JACKSONVILLE,


I A Chance


To make some money; property I


inside the city limits.



Norman S. Da]


REAL ESTATE


REAL ESTATE
BARGAINS





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,m WAITE, Owner and Manager.

" ltam and Service r-wcellet Broad Piazzas on all
I R--ru -itft Steaa Heat Every Modera
wlSv'Picm -e Send for Roolrlct.

jfaW: ATLANTIC HOCL8K. Narragansett Pier, Rhode Islano.


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E RIDGEWOOD

F D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor.


NOW OPEN


i Mts will be managed by white Northern help,
oame of the finest hotels in the North, and white j

Jpcmghout the house. The table will be supplied
ddcd~ei of the season, cooked and served by the

.wd Waitresses obtainable.
|drc: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y.


E PRINCE GEORGE


ilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors


DAYTONA, FLORIDA


Imrged and Improved Since Last Season.

Beautiful Grounds---Located on River Front


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The Honorable Charles Snyder,
mayor of Albany, New York, is a
guest of the Prince George., accom-
panifi by Mrs. Snyder.

Recent arrivals at Princess Issena:
H M. Turner, Chicago; A. J. Hoag.
Ohio. Mrs. Elias Orear, Miss May
Orear, Maryville, Mo.: Mrs. Wi\Vm. T.
Tiers. Philadelphia, Mrs. L. C. Stub-
bins, Miss Stubbins, St. Paul, Minn.

Recent rivals at Seaside Inn;
W\Valter L. \Vellflord, \\ife and chliild,
Memphis, Tenn.: A. B. Gallagher, j
Jacksonv'll.-; L. Gibson, Lansing,
Mich.; W. F. McCormick, Lyons, Pa.;
Mrs. E. Mendsen, Wilmette. Ill.; Mrs.
Ormitage, New York; J. A. Adams!
and wife, Chicago: Louis Roff and
w .fe, Miss G. S. Langley, Cincinnati;
A. H. Stia-t. Melbourne; F. I1. Sol-
l1day lPhildid( Iphia.

YVsterday's arrivals at Tlihe ID)cs-
pland. .1. G. Delafearing and wife. St.
I i:-. Mo.. (. WV. Ileikil, Gallipoli.s,
F. 1. M. MlDerinott. \V. 11. ('CaiI:!-
";ianl, No\v "Voi-k; Mrs. E. Martin, irs.
C. 0 rn-tlf.-, 'utalo. N. Y." M, N'. and
Mrs. l{. \\. liurdsll, (;erinantown. : ,
I'a ; I.'nr, l iyll aid i ifa, IFolind' l
'ic. \\'is.; .Jas. lialimest and wife,
C';;:Iirnati iMts. 11. E. BIabcock, Miss;
!I.;vy abco S ;ty; Mrs. M. L. Parrish, Miss N. J.1
Parri. h, Mirs. If. D. Wallen, New
York City: Miss Lily Iiaight, Hender-
F'onville, N C.


Concert Twice Daily


I NMmnnt THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park, N. J.


SCostitution leaves Prince George dock for
c every Tuesday morning at 8:00 o'clock.


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Elegant Rooms with or without Baths.


MRS. I. M. MABBETTE,


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ctzii. lights, furnace heat, private bath. New and
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BXEW SEASIDE IN N i
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES 2
SModern Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on
gSurf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
r- HORACE F. STEWART
A BEACH. FLORIDA.


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bes..eucatering o to Ii m o,-t partivulh r p#11opi, < '. i ;": ,',i(.'.
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Open November to May.
SWin. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor,.


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Arrivals at The Ridgewood: Mr. ani
Mrs. C. G. Fulton. St. Paul; Mr. and
Mrs. \V. RIt. Barnes, Chicago; Miss
Margaret Wilcox, Columbus, 0.; Her-
mnand Goetisch, Chicago; '. S. Wei-
mer and wife, Kingston, N. Y.; D. F.
Horan and wife and boy, Scranton,
Pa.; B13. V. Duer and nurse, Chicago;
E P. Duer, Baltimore; Mrs. A. E.
Koon% and son, New York City; Dr.
L. M Cowardson and wife, Richmond,
Va.; Mrs. C('has. WV. Budy, Miss S. E.
Sumpter, Miss Ida Sumpter, Phila-
delplhia: (las. Thompson, John Bow-
en and .1. .1. Kennedy, St. Paul.


Wanted His Money Back.
It Is au old saying that "you cannot
eat your cake and have it too." But
a seasick person usually cares little for
either side of the proposition. Tihe
Captain (of one of the steamships p:y-
t ng Ix-twecnJ hli.s country ami ltal..\
\v'Li 1 l G i i!ai ';i;!-Ts. tells a rather ;;ii1s-
laig st'rx <'f a lieatedl initervlew t>e.;>
I t l ?twe'-( t "11 iiji itl' a lim i O tit.' f t.h. tr i
the -- ca.Ve across.
rThe VesseV lM tbd Ih'II out :1 te\\ tl:t-L
and had (a' on eOl'red Som1e hicavv s..'.,-
Th e tirst ioirning tithat c(:lnoir weat h ,r
i prevailed] one (of the steerage lpassii-
gers apiwareti for the tirst time afl,-t.-
Sdeck atid wNith a face as,. white as a
sheet at)pproa "TlhIs hlas g)t to stop:'" he saii i -
I grily. .
S "W hat h: i.''" asktd the ca ot:tiii, ii I
surprise.
": This feeling of death. When I
bought my ticket I was told it i.-
eluded meals, lout I can't keep my f, 1 4
down Now, It has got tlo stop. (n!-1
tain. or else I want -mit iiy pasago I ,:;''y
back. You cannot break your contra, t
in this fa.-,hion with me."
It took a!' the captain's lIi-enaity to ,
pacify hin (ldirinz the re-t of tle ri' '
-Youth's C.,'

No Chance For the Truth.
"Be truthfi .".' said tlie tca *r
"Always':" asked the blyv.
"Always." answered the tcaf.i-'r
'Never tel a lite'"
"Never."
"Not even a white lie,?"
"Not even a white lie."
"Huh." ejaculated the lad sc',rn
fully. "It's a might cood thing f ,r


A SUCCESSFUL BOAT RACE.
"That was the finest boat race ever
held in Ormond." This was the ver-
dict of one of the losers of the mo-
tor boat race of last Tuesday after-
noon. The day was perfect, and
when the eight boats got together
eff the hotel dock in the morning
there was not a ripple on the glisten-
lg \"ater of the Halifax. The course
lay from a stake off the hotel dock
t< another stake a mile north. Boats
-re to round these stakes until
t *y had completed a total of six
miles.


Thi. was the first race of the new
Ovrmnd Yacht Club and was under
::'" ~:rlt'ction of Conmmodore Piirmmn:i


<,'.ell was it managed that every-
e': who took part or looked on was
,iUsf-ed with the day.
All the Loacs in the afternoon con-
test \v-re handicapped according to
th speed trials made in the morning.
,tarts for the race were so timed
tkat if they kept the speed of the |
morn ling all would finish at the same
""O:'nit. Should any boat exceed its
klornlig speed by 2 per cent. it was
'o bv disqualified.
Flhwi; is the list of the boats
.i'l th,- l n*' ti. '. (if "starting ill
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\it II I I-.\titi ig, Israel Iutnait :;-1 1-.1.
\ Co(4 (C ll Odore C'arl' ll ii.Id the
'Viat(l i and fired the starting I1 istol.
S\V G. L.ewis, Harry \Wardwell and
G B. W. aldron acted as jubges.
As the boats began to bunch on the
last round the interest became intense
Soon it became evident that the Ant-
ting-Anting would lead the way in.
But would she keep within her speed
limit? She crossed the line 31 sec-
onds before 4:00 o'clock and 27 sec-
cnds within her limit. This gave her


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Accommodatios for 300. Music Twice daily. Rates S2J per day wmd q
SPECIAL WEEKLY. PALMER & MacDOWELL, PI.ePS.


FIREPROOF. 75 Room Si-lje 1r Ea Sei, b3ft
Cuisine in City. Separated from Lake VWrh Mdl Pda
Beach Ferry only by the City Park. Barker Sbip.
Laundry, Lamcbes, Sample Room. Nortbera SSo ne,4
Distilled|water, Artificial Ice. $2.50 PER DAY mdaop.


first place.
Al! the other boats which finish-
ed exceeded their handicap time. The
Irons boat arrived at 24 seconds past
the hour, thus taking second place,
and the Alma followed eight seconds
later, giving her third place. R. R.
Kimball's boat arriver at 4-'11-40l; the
Wauchusett at 4-<01-10 and G. II. Iol-
listr's boat at 4-03J-21'. The Myrta
a;id Ida B. were compelled to give up)
thlie race in the first round because
rC- enino tromul's :nid othi'r ni-f~i'-


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The Tramp's Reason.
The late Joseplh iDorsey of Sa n JosE..
the famous detective whose b-st foat
was the capture of Canon lBtriarrd
after a chase from Alaska to ('1ap,'
Horn, used to Impute his sucvss t,,
his knowledge of men.
"A detective," he would say, shouldd
know the habits of every class. T"'l-n1
no disguise can deceive him. All !,.n.
even the most uuMOniethO KIiral. hi
their habits. Even the tra ili> hias hi-
&'You great iig lh.iy loa ier' 1 s:iil!
to a tramp ODC I iilctrlwbr I;4y 'y,;
ought to be in jail'
"'Yes. Algie,' tLe trai;,i r.-i,1 .'.l :i-
he pretended to lix :t ii[,, <'l,. i", I -;
eve. 'Yes; I kino)w it's ii. rt'',
thing for our set at this s.,. Aa:i.i:
1hut, deuce take t .it. i's sai' n ;.i.ic
winter, don't yo'i knw.' --K irA-a
City iStar.


When Curates Were Wanted.
When one learns that c.t's ar,' r:
creasing s,)o nilluclh I r'- r:iiill2 tli:
beneflces, womilder is .x.ltl as t ,,
condition of affairs in the eiwhtiteeIl
century, when eiterprising ladies of-
fered livtnis to clerirvineii killingg to,


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Fernris' Bacon ........... .5=c
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6. Y. State Cream Cheese ... 25c
Swiss Cheese 4..... ...... c
New Potatoes ...... per peck, 40c
SEnlisht Wainuts. rew crop--lb..20c
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60 cents allowed for enty
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Coffees priced by a process A
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SL-: QUAD.
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a Uhsmr SFPer iierborn, a tarmes
? Ird man, was In love with the Wd-
ow Topkins, wbo- farm adjoined
iat of bI bon on the west. Ebee-
et was twenty-four years oil, plain of
ee and unlgainly of form and without
$100 worth of property. The widow
was less than forty and well off. Ebe-
nezer was rated as good hearted, but
rather dull. One evening as be drop-
ped In to see the widow about borrow-
Ing some farm Implements next day be
found her reading a love story. She
read a few chapters to him and after-
ward acknowledged that she had al
ways been romantic and that II she
ever married again It would be to a
hero. The farmer's hired man didn't
rush right off that night and try to be
a hero, but sat down to think.
Three or four days after Ebenezer's
| thinking bee a tramp came along the
road and. seeing the young man hoe-
ing corn Just over the fence, halted
for a word or two. Ordinarily Ebene-
zer would have leaped the fence and
run the wayfarer half a mile. but ot
this occasion he invited him over into
the corn and sat down with him for a
confidential conversation. The result
of that conversation was that at S
o'clock that evening the tramp ap
feared before theV Widow Tomipkii..'
and made threats of what tie would
do if she didn't set out victuals, hunt
up old clothes and come down with a
dollar in .cash. Ebenezer was not far
away, just far enough to come riun-
ning up and knock the tramp head
over heels and rescue the widow. But
as he started to come running he fell
down and got tangled up with the
bushes, and before he could get away
the widow had broomsticked the tramp
into flight. She didn't say she was
glad that the would be hero was so
near at hand. What she did say was
that she wasn't afraid of any old
tramp walking the roads.
Ebenezer's first try was a failure.
but within a fortnight he was ready
for another. Behind the farms ran a
river. The widow had a skiff on the
water and often rowed herself up and
down. One night the farmer's hired
man took some tools down to the
landing and was busy for an hour.
Two evenings later, just at sundown,
he saw the widow making across the
field for the river, and he was not long
in following her. He expected to hear
cries for help. but they did not come
He expected to tind a woman clinging
to a swamped boat, but he didn't. She
was wading ashore when be arrived
on the bank and dashed in, and all he
got out of it was a good sousing and a
cold in the head. ..
A cold in the head casts a man down
for a few days, but if there be an.
hero about him he rallies and bIomonu
more daring than ever. Ebeiiei4&'i
rallied. 'w, or tlhee farmhouses 1:i
the towinshiip liil lheci robbed. :iii this fatt b 'ilc me t lie l basis for his third
plan. dIe night at iuiid eight lie left
his lIed. tldesceiidel to earth ty \' ay of
a window. and. arnnedl with a i'iil. l<"
became a guard for tlhe widow's hou-e.
He circled around it and patrolled t iw
gardens and the orchard. and lie fell
that he would give a year of his life if
a robber would appear, lie would tirst


fell him and then arouse the house
anld when the widow catne to know
that he had been guarding her for love
her heart would niielt toward him. lut
no rolibber caeni. Instead of that his
footsteps awoke tlie widow, and. peer-
ing out, shle saw sowiI one walking
about. and] she ot (out a shotgun and
raised a window an li( IdlA'zild away.l The
gun was loaded'l with Ibird shot to' shoott
hawks Ith:it iiji;lit collie s otqIill-:
dowtni ,;i (lliitke-s', utit ill this ca-.
i they : 1 I 'N' 1 -4 1 i tII 's w ell f r a ItI:1.
thI- i-t.- 'I.,--, vt< t i e I L ; it.>"t tw r li t of
them ; .'ti i', tw :iltl e t,, :ot dO toir to !
h e ;\t- !I' pit":,d' it. l e als'o, l'iid a'
v a c a i ,' t r ,, 'i" i i ,rk f ,,"r a w \ev k I tI d 1e r
the ex ,i-c t it lie liad spr:tineti his
back iuri.iin' o* ,'r in h'd.
SN in<-'.\ ;.i:.,+ ,:' ,,r f :i hut.,ld l w o'i:d
1be- her-',.,"- \' ,!i'; .li:.t\* Li\ ell tillth' I"j,,t
right hter'-. l !t Ll'tntzer \wais Ia tan
to lli :- ,: It \\..s I- lii- t ie w as
linhmp,: (tllid his vacattkin :ni1 do-
inLg a 't tf t and ing up and wander
lug over the fields that he came upon
the widow fishing in the river at a
certain point. Ile did not show him-


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Now They Never Speak.
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. "I spent the evening at a
little social gathering at the Goodman
mansion."
"Are the G(ioodmans nice people?"
queried Snmith.
"Well. I 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, wore you?"
"Of course."
"And to be invited a man has to
have plenty of money or a great deal
of genius?'
"Precisely."
"Well, Jones, I 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. 283 to 221 B. C. The name,
which is very similar in all languages,
Is derived from the Greek word pem-
po, to send or throw. The most an-
cient description we have of a water
pump is by Hero of 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 tat tJ!e the endless
ca annd bucket works for raising
water from mines began to be replaced
by pumps. In the seventeenth century
rotating pumps, like the Pappenham
engine, with two pistons. andt the
Prince Rupert. with (onc. were tirst
used. P'umps with plunger pistonu
were invelnted I.Vy M Iorlhitd, a I-
lishman. in 1674 and the dotl lle atWtiu
pump by De I:a Ilir'. th, l'rntrh :ca:l.1
mician.


Retribution.
"Stand up. prisoiertr." o'er' tlhet.
stern judge
The trembling culprit, wh1- hlas lee"
found guilty by a jury of his delighted,
peers, stands.
"Prisoner at the bar," soleninly de-
clares the judge. "you have bIeen ,,ii-
victed of building house after liotuse
containing one of these confoundetld lit-
tle boxes called 'reception roomms.' in
which there is neither room to rterei\e
nor hooks to make it a wardro'bIl' The
sentence of the court is thait frO tie
next ten years you shall tie ,otti,'id ilT
one of these :aliet t4l rtcet!ti,,n rotiis (of
your own co'nIstrI -ti'Ii ailn !siui'.-
II nIll14di:ately thet iaI\v kr-- ft'r tIll' (!I'-


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F 2A h mb M-whv0. ,, ah .::
h tb t-ol days thin rtlaf hte a
Pru...: the g dremr h6l o
tt be was seriously afraid of mak
atd la-m telyy pectded to makl
N8 bair stand on end.
"Vemomou reptiles? You bet. I
4on't know wtMat reptiles is. but them
Shakes you can Just bet your life is
venomous. Why. one day I was comin'
Gown here driving* a wagon 'when I
eathebes sight of a snake in the brush
all ready for a spring. My horses
starts, an' I whips 'em up fast to
clear the snake, don't you see, afore
he could spring. He makes one clear
spring, the snake does. an' he misses
the horses."
"That was lucky. But you-you"-
"Lucky? You bet your life it was
lucky. He missed the horses, the
snake did. but he stuck his fangr
clean through the wagon."
"You don't say.!"'
"'I do say. and maybe you don't be-
lieve it. but it's a fact. He stuck his
fangs clean through that wagon, an'
that wagon is swelled up so bad that
we had to leave it by the wayside and
take the horses home."


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WE CONFESS


We admit it frankly the Merchants Bank wants your business. But we alo,
can assure you that in return for your business, this bank not only offers a serve
which we believe almost perfect, but unquestioned security for every dollar ealnru-
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Capital .
Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders"Liability


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Merchants Bank


(Branch of Volusia County Bank)


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


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the aroundl t!*t at ,-r.i l ;;'. 'I i .il 0U
punishTmett las it.,e d.,"T.,. -Sl.' SOMETHING NEW :

A Big Help.
The lecturer raistodl \ .' v.-:ii d-
em phatic ,.1],i1d y ,. "I *ntu tt mI P f rm C
in this audie~n -,' w h,, lliis ev er d(11)11 4 ,
anything to prevent the &mtion of 0
our forests." 0 Fir Place
A modest lt--king n.an i:i. the bk .k 1 1
of the hall stood up. ', Fxhihition -t G,-
"Ier-'ve shot woodckers u On Exhibition at Gruber.
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THEATRE

MOTION PICTURES

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

PROGRAM
T" Eaeer's Daihter
In Old Arizin

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Mra- sun tbo
Martyr or Crauk

MBS MYRTLE BARTLES
--~_I"Mt -r two mibits
odfy.

THOSE. V. LANE
Si -- -d MoBooiAue

ELUSTATED SONG

mNK BT WOODS ORCHESTRA

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_______________ I E. K. Snell delivered the first of
O ,|.. f Jthe series of stereopticon 1tt,:re at
0 Kthe Congregational church Tu--sdav
night. Other numbers of ti, co're
Sll f1 follow in March and April


S. H. Wilder, who has been visiting Mr
with his brother. C. M. Wilder, and' ner st
Imil} at Daytona Beach since before esda
the holidays, left Wednesday after-. in ,
Doon on his return to Cincinnati, 0. v--,k


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

C. M. Rogers left Wedne-sdav after-
voon for ti.- Ki simnm Vall-y d --
trict exp*- tirg to I,- 7ote Wb',it a
inonthi or .-ix weeks Hie :ill rl:-.ev
his father, wLo h.- b,1i-n *n-- ub
there for .m'- t::'


*A Welch 6-cylinder. 7-pa-.vr"ig-r
touring car for rert INion 112-', Sar-
atom Inn Garazo. G,-orae \W P DL--
Jardines. .-,tf
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*Automobiles stored at reasonable
rates. Saratoga Inn Garage. d-Fbl-tf


R. S. Maley rece'vtd the din-
a* L. G. Lymans store Wed-
af-,roon, th:- -loc-k time be-
"52.42. F-ujr thr-e consecutivee
iU, -, t.e t:m,- has fallen on


.\I a~C r-U.M. Diken. of
W Vu -Al-u alo beeli mak-
t : i>~Sta.-~, ,stopped
.*- :.:-~&d:.-s~vfj-r a of
ci. t ''z .xM.anid "Mrs.
;,~.~* f 8i~-rWr.'et 0y


ANTI:.J Tw; ~-X'j--y.-:. '-4


LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
1:50 today; 2:27 tomorrow.

THE WEATHER.
For Eastern Florida-Partly cloudy
with rain in Northeast and Central
portions tonight; colder in North and!
Central portions; freezing tempera-
ture in Northwest portion; Friday
partly cloudy, colder except in North-
west portion, moderate Northwest
winds.


rERI&ES : R. S. MALEYI S


,ess:? Ye lv~n t:<., \\:- t T. ... -
\,'edLe-day a ',".f..i,,o, to; r,-'., d -y-
-~sit wu t _,,) n and fL-y .*;c^
place.

Mesdame.- E. H. Pe,. O.,::P
and Smith, of South Palmetto avenue,
returned Wednesday afternoon from


ca
'ca


few days visit at Palm Beach.

*Go to It. S. MALEY'S for bird
ges. New stock received today.

Mesdames Wilson and Musselman.


VILLAGE OF PORT ORANGE
PREPARING TO INCORPORATE
At a public meeting held In Port
Orange Wednesday night, and largely
attended by the citizens, steps were
taken toward the calling of an elec-
settlement.
The question was brought to a vote
c. the qualified voters and property
h:lders present and a large majority


-gnithd :eir desire to take the pro-,
.... -:rs.ve stp which will place Port
()a~-.e among the list of incorporated;
N-.n-. Atc.ther imee,:ng will scon
.AT. *;. held to make the necessary arrang I
I:eL 0 for ccmply:ng with the law in J


BICYCLE RIDER RUN
OVER BY CARRIAGE.'
AbeLit -.x o'clock last evening at
.ic'ce rd-ri- was thrown from his
wheel on Beach street, just north of
t1,e postofflice. and run over by a
passing carriage.
The man was following closely be-
hind a carriage and wh( n it stopped
suddenly he turned quickly to avoid
running into it. and in doing so,
struck the rear wheel or the wheel of


carriage which was passing,
in front of it. the wheels
over his body. He seemed.
, to have received no serious
nd the bicycle also escaped


N WONDERLAND
A FEAST FOR ALL.
T L*--' c I w- n


Tourists, who have been in the city another
for ten days past, left Wednesday at- 3and fell
ternoon for Palm Beach and Miami. running
i however,
Mr .and Mrs. M. M. Bond and Mrs., injury, a
F. E. Bond drove over from DeLand damage.
yesterday in Mr. Bond's new!
Chalmers Detroit car. They return ALICE II
home today, i
Th


Mrs. Ed Sullivan returned Wednes-
day afternoon from Tampa. where she
had been visiting since last week with
ai sister and enjoying the gaity of
th, (iv diiin-2 the fa-r.


Fishing for crabs is quite a po
version with Daytona visitors.


part, from the Magnolia tried
hand, yesterday afternoon, and
truned to the hotel with quite
watch .

Ti<. S ."-Ide" InT;n -.":I U*":


n;j-. '' Li, [i. mij b:~ a n ber
*,f rh).-,-r f:.en -" '"'. a., niu-:cal- and
,dan7 tt.e .v .i. It vll b- the

i a ,:.. A :.:c(,; ,a- b:)-en lo'Jke I; for-
-.,. ,, i. :! .- l ve -s and
3',;:-.: : :,ty .-- : f,,r '.:n -^.;;i

.., a,.d M,.. ILfon Nal, of Fitch-
b1iur Mas,., friends of Mr. and Mrs.
H. G. Fletcher. also of that place,
"h.> (o:,du(t a souvenir store here
*iu:-in- th, winter, arr:ve.d Wednes-
itv fro: Tainpa to s te:r friends
and Daytona. Mr. and Mrs. Neal
niv. ln making a Iour of the State.

Mr. and Mr:'s. W. M. Hgb-e and
dauiher. i Ass Mona, of L:ima, Ohio,
'h are located for the- s-easoa with
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sullivan on First
dnvtnu6-, r.urned \Vedn-day from
Trtmpj, wb-"-re th-yV :.ad b-- I .. r
]: t v k. i:- -o ^ ^ 'A '- ,- -
4. 1 ,n t ik r e :: :, ... ., o,,[
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L. tiope teouaru s 6pectacuiar rL-
travaganza. Alice in Wonderland, will
be presented at the Daytona Opera
House next Saturday evening.
The cast, including fifty or more.;
is made up efitirely of home talent.
si?:des 3*. or 40 school children, the,
Daytona Dramatic Organization of Am-


their ateur.: will take the speaking parts. It
Se- will te remembered they made their;
a first appearance in "Aladdin."
SMis.; Marion Mabette will play the
: tlre :ole of Alice. the Misses Mabette,
e Dit:mnan.L.-urcey and Wilson will take


the leading parts.
Messrs. WXV. Roxby, Gottner. W. S.
Snead, J. Weitz, F. Livingston and
other, will take the male parts.
Nte-er before has an enterainment
b-.. :,f:-r'ru to the public possessing
_u. h a pc-cu'-ar fascination for old a:d
youn c as AL...e i:n Wonderland. The
:,j:hccr has introduced mey an fa-
vorit-s, but. the experiences, bright
,a::nzgs and actions most happily pre-
sent the peculiar individualities of
e:.ch, and Alice in Wonderland will
add i\w lustre to the original.
ThL, bright. catchy music and effect
of t.e choruses rendered by the chil-
dron'- VOK>_ -:cwfl beautiful bond de-

T:. -ff-, :.; costuming of the large
ca-: -", ,. ,'act_ r.-. together w-ith the
n':+ ;-d -p-cialt.e' make the -!n-.
- .-. .... L, ,.1 .. e


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BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY OIIOOOO*llllO
A .' r C AM A-r e 0


Are now her: C


Just


Some Beautiful Cr


FOSTER


IRQ A TQSOUTHWARD BOMl
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BOtATS so~
V LA ,venience at AT-T-rWI!
Five Hundred Feet of Free Dock. Free Water, HBom
Groceries at City Prices, Launch Pupplike. wI Cau
sTOP OVX and EYJOY the FISHixo. WeecmbIre
IN-DIAN RIVE XC36


Hotel Desplamd Barber Shop andi
HAIR DRESSING PARORS
Miss Fairbaks I01
Specast Lmies' Hair Dremiag. Mar-
cuig. Electrical Facial Mama&e ad Surb-
Ca Cbbspedy.
Work IDon- at Ro-ide-neh by Appolintrn-at. i "
T-tkphono .. i


H. T. McCLELLAN
Manufactur-r of
WINDOW md DOOR FRAMES ad WINDOW
ad DOOR SCREENS. Misiom Fmitare.


Tu- -. Scrf l Sawit, etc.
North Ridlowood Ave. Phae 123


THE NEW STEAMER

"FLORIDIAN"
Will leave Gille's Dock for
The Tomoka Every Mornind.
H. A. PERKINS, Owmer.

E. M. Steck arrived this afternoon
from Philadelphia and is at his res-
idence on South Ridgewood avenue.
Mr. Steck is said to have suffered
from a stroke of paralysis and :z e
for rest and recuperation. H- .s ac-
c(mpanied by a trained nur-.

MINNESOTIAN STRICKEN
W'T'9 PARALYSIS.


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Alice in Wonderland

SATURDAY NIGHT


February 26


New and Beautiful Costumes


Elaborate Properties


The Most StRpendous Home
Talent Pi odt.ction Ever Given


Seats on Sale at Haskins'
Drug Store.


Dauce every Tuesday ai"ht.


"MAN RIVER" RANGES
TYoe are ived to visit my troves,
amd up-to-date Packi House, aad
see the badsmest fr uint and bow it is
blum ied. Your orders solicited
Special atteation gvem to iWing orders
by the box for s"ipleat.
MUNROE GROVES.
George H. Munroe.


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