~wmums,~ama Cml.at Law
dt NO~~ ~E
Lb~LROWE A CO.
LANE'- SiLE PRIZE.
RESULT OF THIRD DAY OF THE
|to feet in
jut two 36-
r.. the er
Ir usC to
1:a&Ud it W14
i'b t upon ar-
kmre was no
M to the ma-
.T OF FALL.
&adn had eat-
Am down stairs
S possibly. He
MMted when he
Jwe stairs that he
i. ouch close at
AI.re he, got up
*fe robin but
W door leading
he 1ahited and
de of the din-
some of tis
the side of his
mRer. Mrs. Par-
si ck with grippe,
h a npmarh- nskral.
MENT -- OTHER FINALS TO-
Only ont final was played in the-
teu&i tournament on the Despland
course yesterday. Miss Constance
McConnell won the championship in
the ladies' singles after a hard fight
listing five sets with Miss Hutchin-
sen. Miss McConnell displayed poor
form at the outset and was wild, but
.made a wonderful recovery towards
middle* of the match. Miss Hutch-
inson played a steady game up to
the lat two sets, when she tired and
Euccumbed to Miss McConnell's
In the ladies 'doubles, the Misses
Radcliffe and Fitter defeated the
Misses Kammerling and Hutchinson.
CELEBRATION PROVED VERY SUC
CESSFUL, AND WAS ENJOYED
The Minnesota Day celebration, at
'Twill do cottage, on the oceaq
beach, Thursday, proved a very pleas-
ant and successful event, the attend-
ar.ce almost reaching the hundred
vn a ..~ nit_ xbiiar .6..haiinc.4 1 a.4..a cc da
CLERK, LEADING LIGHT OF THE
UNDER WORLD, *ARRESTED TO-
TO THE WALL.
INVOLUNTARY PETITION IN BAN
RUPTCY FILED AGAINST FRED- IN EVENTS WHICH
ERICK SEARING & COMPANY.
NEW YORK, Feb. 25-An involun-
tary petition in bankruptcy was filed
today in the United States District
court agairLst the private banking
iii of Frederick Searing and Com-
pany, of 7 Wall street. It is stat-
ed that the claims against the
firm amount to $300,000 with as-
sets less. The petitioning creditors
are the Deleware Machinery Co., Wil-
liam Chapman and Edwin Harrington.
The senior member of the firm is
Frederick Searing, director of the
American Steel Tie Co., president of
the Deleware and Eastern Ry. Co.,
ard director of the Dover & New-
ton Trust Co., He lives at Patterson,
Harry George the junior member of
The winners will have to play finals uar--u--esit utiu giveu a-E BOSTON, Mass., Feb. 25-George W, the firm. is secretary of the Dele-
with the Misses McConnells today. No total number.. Coleman, clerk of the National City wvare and Eastern Ry., vice president
matches were played in the mixed The day was balmy and beautiful, iank cf Ciamnbridge, said to have of the Denver Trust Co., and a di-
doubles yesterday, perfect in fact, except for a shower, plundered the bank for a quarter of rector of the First National Bank, of
In the men's singles, Mr. Baker which however, fell while the pick- a million, was arrested here this Downsville, N. Y.
defeated Mr. Donnelly in straight nckers were lunching and in no way morning at the railroad station as he David t. Builder, counsel for the
sets, the playing of both being re- marred the enjoyment of the occasion returned to surrender, firm, issued a statement this after-
plete with clover work. Mr. Hyde de- Following the delicious and bounti- Coleman was arraigned today be- noon saying that the irm wasengag-
feated Mr. Clements in straight sets. ful picnic lunch, interesting addresses fore United States Commissioner ed in building the Deleware and Eas-
Severeal matches in men's singles, were made by Hon. Loren Fletcherr-' lit -- $50,000 bail, for tern Ry. across the center of New
finals in ladies' doubles and semi-fin- Minneapolis; Asa Paine, of the same, the grand jury meeting this afternoon. York state and interested in financing
als and finals in mixed doubles yet city aId W. B. Reed, of Hastings.. An indictment is expected before the rad.umber se-
reai to be plye. OL I I"e''ight I Depositors of the firmn number sev-
remain to be played. Mr. Paine made a pleasant address, ig. L deposits
_. Mr Paid a plasn adrs On a salary of $12.00 per \\pek, erfal hundi-cd. They had demanded
The summary yesterday: speaking of the pleasure of the reun-: On a salary of $12. per week, ral hundred. They had demanded
Ladies' Singles. ion, and ti beautiful day, congratu-.Coleman was a leading light of the their mono ) because of a recent
Ladies' Singles. i on, and the beautiful day, congrat- under wor'd and was keeping three; statement. followed by an attach-
Miss Constance McConnell defeat- lated his fellow Minnesotians on the under word and was keepingthreptateet. followed by an attach-
ed Miss Hutchinson for the title of t thre i t women, it is alleged. It is also said ,rient agaii-st the firm, which frigh-
e. Miss Hutchinson for the title of fqct that they were escaping the zero
the class in finals, 1-6; 7-,; 4-6; weather retailingg at the time in that he lost $40.000 by being duped ttned theL and shook the bank's
6-1; 6-3. their home State, while Mr. Red by a New York "sure thing" nman. credit. Wilder thinks the firm's as-
Ladies 'Doubles fdthe t k o t p lie is believed to have lost heavily sets will amount to $71)0,00.
Ladies 'Doubles tendered the thanks of those pres- elections i John W. Sheppard was named as
Misses Radcliffe and Fritter de- ent to Mr. and Mrs. Asa Paine. to t recent city elections. John Sheppard was naed as
receiver ant1 his bond fixed at $50,-
feated Mines Kammerling and Hutci- whose effort and direction'the succe-A
"nson in semi-finals. 7-5; 6-2. of the reunion was mainly due. THE U FAKJD'CARNIVAL 0
Men's Singles The majority of those present were I AII
Vr_ Mm--v- Aafnatiad xr rk~nnnPlh -.:1 -0 C0. In-. --A W_ kA lulW 110fPIAniclulTe
mir. ka.ter u tatIau ,aM. ,,LA,1,*,, from the twin cities or fS. Paul anu
6-0; 6-1. .\inneapolis, although many other
Mr. Hyde defeated Mr. Clemens. cities and towns were represented
6-3; G-3. ind there was a number of pleasant
meetings of persons, from various
ANNUAL RECEPTION DAY OF l.art- of tihe State, who had not met
DAYTON A INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL since their childhood and school days
together, these meetings forming a
Annual reception day of the Day- tetI hyese feature of the mnion.
very pleasant feature of thle reunion.
tona Indft-rial School will be ob- the hearty app-
INotwithstandinlg tthe hearty app~e-
served Wednesday, March 2nd. A ph there was as is -
t!tes d'sp~laysd there warn, as is u -
bazaar will be held in connection, .n-
u Lal on: sui hoc(casions, a quantity of
eluding th( sale of fancy articles. ,: nsib ans it
ed ciretmn ree tining and these were Sir-
ice cream and cake, tea and coffee.a
,, to the childrenn of the( .olored
Also bread, cakes and biscuits, etc..
from the cooking department, and;
aprons an'! other practical articles
from the sewing department. There
will also bit sonie nolvel features in-
The re' tptioinhoursa a' ,e l:-o' i 1
o..jij i lvlot k 1v i. and ait 4: '* <(,cho k
klndt rgartn of Mlidway.
()z. thte local photographers
WS prt'sin a ld Ilmiadf. a nutlb)ero) '
>'-..im e el tlit l;irti('il n ts Inl tlui.
i **:i" 'nii
3F INTEREST T3 OWNERS
IN PROGRESS AT ARMORY. OU w UVLLUr'ali
MANAGEMENT DESIRE TO STATE
THAT ARRANGEMENTS HAVE CHIEF
BEEN MADE TO HEAT THE
IN POSTOffICE ROBBERY.
IN DAYTONA THIS EVENING -
NO KNOWN CLUE.
The Fakirs' Cariivaly being Uncle Sam 's sleuth's as a rule, keep
I),.ld at the armory thi- afternoon arid their blmsiitss to themselves, and if
,'ening, a. advertised, a'ld t'eariimt th.y ha e any (lue to the yeggnan
that some plers.Ens may be deterred 'li taipet t li satf o the Jaytona
\tho tapple(c' the. satt. of tihe Daytonia
Tf l attending hei-a ise, of tl" (,(o l,.t !fsto'fie early yesterday morning
*, athler the iia ii a Lt-iit'n t hi; F r-- t r,- ^ it',t s ,; ri, anything about
',uested the I)aily N t'ws t, stare tl t it
:irrFai-..etll fts haxt\ ),,to1 i ~ttt
t'rapgeme ts ha' l n;ri ~l. to. :,.i.sj.-(t t:' arrived today, and
'..at itlie armtory I ,y tie 1 ,,f e ti ,i! ,- ('i.," I ,. (;,. (I i. eX(wted
("is 0o1 stox\('s alil d (()t l ft t;'t l ';Ii- to n h
ratre w 11 he a
If y. hav1 not aire iuiy \ -:T.i th'l," _,A AS. ,
Great interest has been arousAed
among, th-' local automobile enthl-
asts in the Florida and Southu
states championship events which m
scheduled to be run during the JEy
tona Beach Speed Carnival, March
23 and 24.
Before the list of events was a&
nounced a number of automotbU
who have fast cars and reside in y-
tona, or this vicinity, called on meW
bers of the racing committee ot tke
Florida East Coast Automobile A9W
ciaticn and asked that one or two
races be scheduled in which ift
ers or factory representatives wee
be barred. This was done andaw
the racing fever seems to have tUk
en a firm hold among the local dare
E. H. Hotchkiss, whose racing Pot
Harttcrd, painted a battleship grey,
has caused much comment Mn
those who have seen it speeding over
the beach, e -J ready to ree aft m
chassis in the country. Mr. Hotceh
kiss will go to the post in the FlorWa
and Southern states championships a
Cock, of Orlando, and his speedy
Buick and Chalmers cars are a&
o!ated for these events with youag
M.eyers at the wheel. Peter Hart,
(f Daytona, who was mechanic for
Lewis Strang last season, is said to
have secured a car from a well known
local sportsman, and with racing
knowledge which Pete absorbed beat
season, he should land his car some-
where near the front.
Commodore Allen has ordered rac-
ing seats and other equipment ftoe
his Buick and has announced that
he %ill send the car to the starting
line in every event in which it Is el-
Said the Commodore this morning.,
"I believe that the automobilists in
I)ayvtona should put their cars in. hj
races. There are a number of fat
cars here and other cities have
their race meets with cars owned a!-
nmost exclusively in their limits a
v.-hv not Daytona?
"Let's al get together and show
the visitors that we can be as giOd
sporJLs as can be found anywhere els.
Slline at Cost"
Every Shotgun or Rifle in the store we will sell
at cost. Come in and see for yourself.
Gruber-Morris Hardware Company
"If you don't trade with as we both lose money."
BY UNUSUALLY LARGE
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W ~ ~Afl*~ -5% '.r..- -
Ws how ..
.-a.....8 s nI Udshirts....... 8
B........ l smftr ...........
i a .. 3F
t m nmY .4..
IMEM M ofat@
~er bwe is me oter ex-
?OMOKA RIVER d I
.. SA go
O= SAM m OCROEE U
Lanest, Fastest and Excellent Ser- 0
veie. L. 3. ZLL-NWOOD, Mgr. *
LAINIB FOUR CYCLE
I -Marine Engines
IL C Thompson, Agent
Demonstrating engine Ci h*- so-o-n m
Sany tim. Phon -w.
m rCla D HaaSroinmersins 5.
L Tomso AgentAH
E. t. PITCHER.
HAVANA CIGARS o
Nor Beach St. Daytona, Fla. 0
Li nAFORM FY CIGARS 0
Clear Havana Smokers 5c.
S S Contractor and Builder a
Designer and Craftsman 0
Superlntends Construction of Buitid-
ns.Plans and Sp-citiittimi- 0
on short Noti-.-
l'AYTONA, FI,4,RII,.. 0
Filling and Grading
S Heavy Hauling a Specialty.
Is alwaltys found lit
(Or bo--f. Lamb. Pork
JOHN MX SNEELEY
ONdinrs Up as 1L8at Rows
Don't worry. ee Mr. McGregor at the
Davtona Vulcgnlmlng Works, So. Beach
end of Cottage Avenue, opposite Yacht
Club. Valuable Advlw Given Free. From
the New York and Atlanta workshops of
the Fisk Tire and Rubber Co.. of Chicopee
Falls. Mass. High Grade Materials and
Work Only. Wx. 8. McGREGOR.
FISK TIRES r FLORIDA ROADS
FOUND AT LAST
A place on Beach Street where
you cam get Hot Chocolate that's
made riht aad served with Whip-
ped Cream Sc a cup.
T. F. CURTIS & SON
S mBy L C. DENAXEE.
Onet of Daytoa's erenn glo-
riem ft her ukV -WI* .- befteh.No
one who ever set foot upm its
8mooth, packed sands; no one who
ever pedaled a bicycle over Its ex-I
pame; no oae who ever drove a
prancing pair of horses and listen-
ed to the popping of their steel shoes
upoa its sophaltum-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
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile w'de. fringed with tropical vege-
tation. artistic cottages with roomy
verandas looking out upon her bosom,
igamey food fishes in countless num-
bers beckoning, 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
upwar4 with his wonderingg load he
snatched trhm the *Aterf.
See the beautiful tattfiches, spick
and span, th*iF hampers and lockers
bulging with refreshments both solid
and liquid ready for a cruise upon th
beautiful surface. Take out your flel
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
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge-
superficial observer. With such lay-
ish wealth of natural beauty It be-
came a esy thing r the ha of
man to gve the fidding tMhe
which have wrought out colors
and outlines S the big ptaWe.
Man did an this In the laying out
of the streets with their wide mnargln
of parkage. The entire city become
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
Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Frut.
Whatever oone's shortcomings and
however indifferent or even callous
one may be to many things, the mere
mention of "flowers and Squirrels,
birds and fruits" will send a thrill
that is reflected in distended pupils
and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare goo-
ber there Is a bunny ready to come
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt
I PIROFESSIONAL pri ut an the meat,
S AbVERTISEMENTS meawhle l aucy glac at yOnl
I I r e
Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G.
Daytona Office over Glli-'s Pharmacy, hours
2:tlI to 4:it1 p. I11.
Nose, Throat. Loa and Rhmatism treated
by the Electr.-Thermnos.Vibratory Method.
Iaytona Bpaeh Offl^e In Th- Van Valzah
Block, hours :m3) to :,':' i in. poial hours
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 blossom.
In one yard roses of varigated hues
predominate; another household has
a penchant for the poincetta and the
premises are aflame; another is hid-
A1..x *in 4. a w a ^f *a 11 an g a 17!2 A *V
wood. namomonomomomomomomoanmom u '" l J A w uL t. c-,.
is the spice of life and here
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest DR. F. H. HOUGHTON* you find it.
of a broad ridge, straight as the crow The birds flit in, and w
flies and the wide spreading branches D lientist 0 joyous notes help to give
of the heavy-trunked live oaks ex- MW '' ,m... p. oc and symmetry to the picture
I I\,T1 ]-cn k .. lbBrlkd adsmmtytotepitr
tend their giant arms across the mag- mm ':; En sth Bri" As'for fruits choice citrus
nificent vista, forming an arch, and **.u**i ******i Daytona yieldsthe palm to
from these extended arms great fes- .. .. quality and quantity per acr
tonnp oif Spanish moss< swayas t h:s *emen* U*M* @ 3*****3*****
tools- or Spanisn moss swc-y as tti gare scores of citrus groves
trade winds from the tropic seas % OSTEOPATHY imitv to the city, branches
fan them Looking straight ahead .DR.J. C. Her nd., of ito the earthDwith their bur
(1*,r,,tu:tT- 'lni te-rAA.'l.AT I I. found,-rof4 to the earth with their bur(
down this white shell Street one li -p;):hv at Kione h-ais MiMsopri* lious golden globes, w
-NINETIT ^FA\siN IN IAYT
the impression of a fairy path with J, ot:,t.(rI ,n2 V\,iiiua Av-nu.-. l door- beauty, proflicacy and all
elfish draperies, but as you move Pt ah.nt* i .,atT, qualities would truly astois
1P0n- 'I 0yatnan qualities would truly astonish
along and cast an eye first to tle -m Om-mUmUSE mSmEmUE.m@ The Fastest Autos and The
right and then to the left you see dis- Out.
tinguished cottage homes in the most *OE@EOU*@U OUt Th seventh world wonder
delightful settings. E. L. STEWART ask? Come, whether from
SSee the glistening leaf of the grand Physician and Surgeon or from Maine, from Kalan
magnolia which nature has varnished -ray and High Frequency Timbuckto, and you will be
as no artists' brush ever could; and Appratus. Here is where the wora s re
the abbage palms with their burdens ". ,ior ".-t of P. ,. speed is broken with every r
-2. 4t 1 dotx m.;; --t ("---f1.:,sp;;; sbrkn ih vl ,: ; "r(,
o01L +ow frulit and s-.- ay i.ni palnis"
-- th--lo- horithar~d swayitsa paluis.-:omomomomomomomomomom..om season. Autos, the biggest, t
.. l y hy est, and the finest are on dail
tit, -rry; s-. -c~limbi~ng vines Illlllll=----
it rr the climbing ********************* and the big show is as fr'e
runl riot in th- tr-..-; see tlhe crp- n S H G0VE .rsian water from th
.... I". tTU V I:L ),,.l, r :t,-sian Nv\ttt- r~l t,
toamo:Is forms wiiich gain a loot- ,
S ARCHITECT. BUILDER : anuds of loving wells. It iS
hold on the rear oaks and stately 0 U.tEr. "sho w w .... .o. .. .
h ora- ;aI -and CONTRACTOR m tinuious -show wi:h rol-"tant!
ialrms and surir Iv youi w ll join in .,, ,, ... .
the chorus arnd say that this is a < r : ,i.-, i ..,,, v,..-,.
.T F er:.thing ge.zf:'ouaa
world wond-r for b-eau"ty -_ lj.oio..r, up to a 2'."-horse pow
Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage *U***@UE,,E*@ .e of "epo
__a !ll o+=rees Of spe,-d from aca
A4omes. ,... ..
No on-e of Daytona s attractions, probably catch the spirit, w
perhapss comm-nds more nearly uni-1 D. D. & C. M. ROGERS do th roads and the bch ar
"0 motheroads and the beach arf
hersal attention and praise than does Civil Engineers 'The Florida sunshine is fr,
the artisic cottages The owners of U .aI
, do you
in town; aho nyu
and ooum site&.
Six Acres of Park-
age. All Modern
Rates: $3.00 per
Day and up
L Z. BURDICK
<'otti ;,- a spt-is lty.
Alt 'ork c:*iir-
s a cun-
Church. An excellent l
1; situated near the dii-
tween the two towns&,
have enterprising busai .
lishments. as is evid
advertisements on the lA*
All the attractivenewaP
applies to Daytona Bcac
tO'wns being so simih ly
The development of Dy
has been fully as p16-i--- I
sister on the north, aadlJ
there is a substantial
.- -I- e--. -I
W-7"r-7 W,67 741, W-7 --4-w,
r tofw U&N6 ^^^^
in the bi an -
Alranic Tti H
the country,d inmg
as a fl o, im
w alt mmugh
a to have Imu
age ttoi Mag
beach is nth e
these rivin i
without riwarh y^1
the coqomb ry,
-T o. af e ch dean .
So.aree oard as
ande the incroeacng |^l
contemplate, the ery-J^
leaves the wet, a
these round phlrtim
phalto beyond the am |l
ione who has not se ^U
\The beach has a widf~|
'feet. and can be usd ll^
after until two hounri JH
thus gtvin^ an avtafl ^
eirht hours for a
part of each day.
Suabreeze and Nytm
have a permanent ppUt^
proximately 1500& tj^
nances are strictly Cl~|
and sidewalks are wB
new streets are being
as the increasingly
-mands. Besides hotel 4|
houses there is ample
modation for all wiint
Siabreeze contains a
opera bouse and ath
Church: at Daytona Bhaw
^^^^^HIIpMBIIii fty,~ t thomi-
^^^^ |8|h:^^-inte reidecs
^Hpl i~t-^it reaClaslep-~e
Us bonde ui
Sa e it soutle-
o e old bSya-
Bu d i ewSminLa. A wsh-
s isse celeryi rowniinglt
fasm ,em thia l al lte ti
Si the hoe ine fas fthe ai
l~~all u cnite
liymt hasl arm bondedin-
S the fortax levy is low.e
]]Ft/ s o tourist should fail
l sa the puos of the Old Span-
mostlems and a quarter miles
a New Sm4 of. A gootY
Itsthe place and the trip
Si easily o by an automobile.
great pine fiats by the
Sthe forest is th is placs of
l~icr the pious; this ren-
for the picnicker. The ruins
i li, and while there is no
hitoyof terorigin, it
hth Mission was
ofrancyisces in the days
I em powerful Kingdom of
ft planted its flag upon what
Asmri g soiLw It was built
of is the roof being of the
mlc-ial, cut into thin slabs
cois with cement plaster.
Sef-ivs gardens surrounded it,
wre edhclose v by a stone
P Ortoids of which still remain.
Busually come in parties
0 curious but the spell of
Space soon alls upon them and
separate to sit alone, silent and
tvs under the arches or be-
f e the ancient welL
saiteatied on the peninsula opposite
S Smrna and is connected bv a
F. W. SAMS
S3.00 per Day
A House Strictly
First Class in
Dinners for Motor-
Ing Parties a
Rates: $2.00 per
Day and Up
PRO PRI ETORS
L. C. CHISHOLM
Oldest stund in town
NFW SMYRNA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
The. Best of Ev;.ry-
thing In Our Lint
Is the Place
MRS. H. MOELLER
F1.' I:Il I'A
IDrop a line to me at
I'm just gonmz to
itt h r,- it nd4 h -itrI
eawt fOra n a,,*, tiii.
winter. T!;, r :.r-
4'011*i f ooI. I !)
m'o. nl'Oll 1, :i 1"; liiiir':.
('oi11-lind F:T,.-:; o..'r
t'nt on on,'. 4. 1 ,*
Ill'" Oil. til "
LeNTE F'1 :.! .-
Dflet t: : "
RVUL, :. .}
o n ( r;:h' ;. r.
Frank M..-o;',. :':
lttits: 2.'It nwii $_i.:>,
pt r (In); S .'.' to
Special Attention to
;OlCiNAT AWARDS ATI
Pan- Arnorlea n Ex-
k est India Exposl-
E xyoQ1tion.St. Louis
E. C. TOTMAN
I Vegetables Fruits
S.ilt ind iSmioked
Best Grown "
t ll ', < '" -
Beed, Knox and
T' l.i IV P tol '.
- ORMOND is five miles north of
Daytona, located on the western,
bank of the Halifax River. The lo-:
cation of th,- 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,
mioit of them embellished with sub-
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
The town is very cosmopolitain.
bac an excell.ut graded school, scv.
cril clihurches, a fine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
c';.4ortable and convenient hotels
.'! boarding houses.
Ormcnd has many of the Florida
a.t' i'oas-fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
salubr ous climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
At Ormond Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser,
sister, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
cupi-s 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 atre I
particularly attractive, and the ar-
bors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
rustic seats which are mute invita-
'tions to euter into the enjoyment
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-
riage or automobile-long drives and
short drives; drives through groves
of golden oranges; drives through
dense tropical forests to Spanish
ruins; drives to the ancient Cause-
way built by the slaves of planters
i of long ago, and drives to the planta- !
tions of hospitable settlers, whose
places are replete with the interest
of Southern fruits and flowers.
One of these interesting planta-
tions is Number Nine, located on the
peninsula, five miles north of the
Hotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
orange grove, together with great va-
rieties of other sub-tropical fruits
Five miles further on you come to
Moundgrcve, one of the finest orange
groves in this section of Florida.
i Moundtirove is on the headwaters of
the Halifax River and is amid pretty
surroundings. The place is reached
by a good road [passing Number
Nine] and is a drive all tourists may
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IF IN ANY WAY
IN PRi'PERTY IN
ORMONDl O R
(I )R'M,_}N 1 ) 4 )\t R
I. Will (;INv' Your
(Foni-lrI- Mildi red
( )in ive .r FlOlit
A First Class Mod-
ern House; Rooms
Single or En Suite;
with or without .
Private Bath. Ser-
vice and Cuisine
A. M. WATSON
On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South of Ormond
One of the Finest
Groves in Volusia
Are Produced at
is Established. No
Comment is Really
Lots for Sale.
Ocean or River
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WM. C. HOWES
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Porti irin--. Fl~i.
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OWNER of the BEST
IN PORT ORANGE
Fiac Truck Lands
L. F. OATES. Scc.,
W. C. tloWICS. Agt
PORT ORANGE is a pretty little
village situated five miles south of
Daytona on the Daytona-New Smyrna
hard-surface road, the scenic highway
of the East Coast. The town is lo-
cated on the Halifax River, over
which spans a bridge from the town
to the peninsula opposite.
The town is well laid out and has
many pretty homes owned and occu-
pied by residents and winter tourists.
It has several churches, one of the
best graded schools in Volusia
county, two general stores, a real
it'nli for Bairgain
BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO.
!:lMtanuf "t i;' t
DELAND, th, county set of
is situated 23 miles southwest of I
i Daytona and is reached frmn the tt.
ter city by an excellent huImrfac
road recently constructed.
At DeLand is located the John IL
Stetson University, one of the lead.
ing educational institutions of the
South. Because of tho interest in
matters educational DeLand is known
as "The Athens of Florida."
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and instructors. There
arc ovcr $400,000 in building and
equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-
ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
resenting an investment in building,
endowment and books, of more than
$120,000. The library is the United
States Government depository for the
State of Florida, and comtvi-n over
15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one
of the newest of 16 buildings, with
its furnishings, represents an outlay
of $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of
the most beautiful college buildings
in the South.
The city has a population of about
3,500, with a thickly settled coantUy
adjacent. DeLand proper is five
miles east of the St. Johns Riverion
the high, rolling pine land of the
great 'Orange Ridge" of Florida.
The predomi"-ting products an
oranges and grapefruit, the estimated
crop from this vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches, pears, Japan peisimmons,
plums, pecans, guavas, strawberries
and other fruits are grown in plenty.
In the way of public improvements
are many miles of fine shell roads, an
excellent high school, electric lights,
a system of waterworks that is owned
and operated by the city, supplying
the purest water at little cost
Nine houses of worship testify that
DeLand is a church-going commu-
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth-
odists (Northern and Southern), Pres-
byterians, Christians and Catholics,
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
The graded school offers a ten
years' course, and the building which
it occupies is newly furnished
throughout, and is one of the most
commodious and best equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DeLand
is made by automobile in a little
over an hour, and there are many
pretty drives in the vicinity of the
county site. A good road leads to
DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic i
spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
bubble from the earth every minute.
From DeLand automobiles go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
marl roads; theSt. Johns is crossed by
ferry near Osteen and cars can then
continue to Sanford ard Orlando by
hard road. There .s a shell road
from DeLand to Orange City, five
miles, and a good road from DeLand
to Lake Helen, a like distance.
DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA
PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE
A. D. McBRIDE
J. B. CONRAD
Vice Prq sident
4. A. WOO1D
G. W. Fisher
J. W. PERKINS
SWill Practice in
iW. D. HAYNES
"We Speak for
LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practicing in 1ll
Mtate and FI-deral
Special facilities for
STEWART & BLY
Isiaaic A. St,.wart
Attorneys at Law
ind Notariis Public
N~ext to F mgse
A. U. ?oUAiL
Largest Stook of
Pianos, Orgam ad
Mouth of Jac'onvIl,
Dr LAND. FLA.
Buggixs and Surr ym
r l..AND, FLA.
SILA- B. WWRIGT
^^-i '--*. *-. fm' -' "-**'-
U Ss~h Beach Sfreet
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40&s We have the wtwoesms hemp
ly sbwftad -the equally woses
bsmtI~ Seds kIn -borne.. You'llbe
am pokesd at the Pre
SW F. GILLE. Jr. & CO.
The Prescript Dr
SIKS AnOoT 0om0 AND ORMOND
RESETlS M D SOJOURNERS
TOLD IN TERESTING PARAGRAPHS.
Mlw Mary left Saturday for her Street cars and trains are at last
1-- fn Georgia. Mrs. W. A. McCur- running regularly across the bridge,
lty il remain into March. which is a most welcome change.
|f- Fitz returned to his home in Major D. W. Lewis and wife spent
sa-cheter, N. H., after his brief but! Thursday in Daytona, starting off in
S jyable visit to this city, !all the style of a young bridal couple.
Judge J. G. Thompson arrived Wed-! Mrs. C. M3. Vining, who is at Dr.
rqay night from Washington, for! Bohannou'b hospital at Daytona, is
L two weeks 'stay in Ormond. making satisfactory progress toward
| Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Monroe, of'
SGallon, Ohio, have joined their friend, If you vant to see business done
M Crim, at the Vining home. -xith neatness and dispatch and with-
^ :out unnecessary words attend the
^ Dr. George M. Cameron and wife, meetings of the Ormond Yacht Club.
' of C kesgo, have taken one of the M1-
* kr stages for the rest of the sea-
The Fourth Day Club met with
MUl Rachel Neal this week. The'
acft meeting will be with Miss Bes-
.:e (sments on Wednesday after-
aM beginning at two o'clock.
The card party this week was at
the V. I. A. Thursday night under
the auspices of the Fourth Day club.
Miss Loul., Yats and Miss Weather-
bee were the hostesses.
Demands for boats at the Hotel
Ormond are so heavy that G. A. Carl-
W wU xbn a p wif U p dt h iv r tih Au -
eOMrge W. Newcomb and wife and day in his new boat, the Cub, thus
SONOr 0. Newcomb and wife, of, cutting him out of the boat race. W.
Srcom, Maine, have been spend- FK Colby took another party out on
ta a few days at Mrs. Mason's. Thursday in the Alma.
TI% have gone on south but will re-!
tar tc. Ormnnondbsoon. Among recent arrivals at Rose Vil-
Sla are the following: J. A. Trafton
Arrivals at Mildred Lodge include and wife, Cumberland Mills, Maine;
the flQowing: C. S. Newman, New Mr. Nash and Miss Julia Nash, Red-
wk City; Mrs. E. Croad. Miss L. Eton, N. h.; C. S. Newman, NewI
kt'rW. Jersey City; A. Roderer. Do- York:J. B Jaudon, Charleston, S. C.;
ver, N. J.; who is a friend of A.; C. W. Bassett, Bridgeport, Conn.; M.
Baker; Mrs. H. H. Hopkins, J. M I I.iddon, Jacksonville: Frt4 Dunham,
Hoakns, Miss Vivian Hopkins, Chi- New York; F. C. and M3. B Coch-
go. who are friends of J. A. Reilly. rane, Palatka.
County Superintendent Botts was
here Tuesday visiting the public,
G. H. Hollister left Monday for his
home in North Dakota after a busy
--tnd pleasant month spent in Ormond.
qis family expects to remain some
E. A. Lapp. of Bulow, was in Or-
mond Wednesday. He came down in
the Grandma, which was her first
trip since the recent injury to her
Published e1ry t th Aos bt
day, from eem p l A
THE GAZUm-NEBS CO.
T. K. Frm vAir-i, Edltor-ManBger.
C. &. WA-CT 0tyEdttor.
GOo. F. C(oueCR, Superintemdet.
Entered as second-class matter De-
cember 1, MiO at the post esce at
Daytona. Florida, under the Act of
t*vira 1 rn
Mcst of our sick who have beena 1m" *
suffering with the grip and severe asm a
c lds are out on the street once more! The p
Florida weather seems to be settling olo by
o)ack into its accustomed satisfactory, a song,
balmy and sunny condition. y rend(
James E Francis was taken sud-! Palmett
deuly ill last week Friday night and IKnox t
has been compelled to spend several dressed
days in bed. His trouble is indiges-on the
tion. C. B. Baker has taken his and the
place at the store as book keeper gartens,
until he is able to be at work. marked
MisF Helen Calder of the Woman's with a
Board of Foreign Missions, Boston, ley, "Sa
was here Monday and Tuesday. An Miss J
appriciati-e audience greeted her at ucationa
the V. I. A. on Monday afternoon. Cbristma
Part of her talk was for several of Coast t
the children who came in after school' tending
The desire of the Woman's Board is by the
to organize a branch among the wo- and it is
men of Florida and neighboring states that she
Practical steps may be taken at the d ays fro
State Meeting of Congregational of which
churches in May. Miss Calder has; Miss
gone on down the coast and will prot' ten root
ably visit Key West, and return by ) gave the
tle west coast. She was the guest talk. St
of Mrs. D. W. Lewis and Mrs. G. B. : etne
WValdron, while in Ormond. whicl, m
CNOX, OF STETSON,
INTERESTS THE MOTHERS.
Mothers 'Meeting held in So-
11 Wednesday afternoon was
tended and Miss Knox' lec-
oused a good deal of enthusi-1
nong her listeners.
program was opened by a piano
Miss Willaume, followed by
"Little Boy Blue," charming-
ere.' by Mrs. Endsley.
4. Y. Stillman, president of the,
o Club, then introduced Mis!
Sthe audience, and she ad-
the mothers more particularly
subject of educational play,
educational value of Kinder'
which was received with
interest. After the lecture the
i was appropriate cloed
second song by Mrs. Ends-
Knox, at the close of the Ed-
,l Convention held at DeLandi
as, was assigned the EastI
territory in the work of ex-1
the kindergartens in the State
Florida Kindergarten Circle,
s in the interest of this work
0ib now off duty for a few
3m the Stetson Kindergarten,
Sshe is director.
Knox visited the Kindergar-
n Thursday morning and!
e children a very interestingI
ie carries with her the earn-
and enthusiasm for her work
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Dizie Flyer and
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Solid train JackionvTlle and C-& --A
Pullman Drawing Room 8leeping Car ,
Coaches and Baggage Cars. Pulima SL-
BleepingCars Jacksonvillo and 8t. Lous.S. -W
Dining Cars Atlanta and Evanslville. c
Forse rra mrOrm Mu
A. W. FRITOT, Div. Pas
Come and see for yourself
The work of development is
now going on, and if you go
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Is the )iame of a new addition just outside the City limits of Daytona
and we will offer a limited number of lots at your price, and on easy
terms. These lots front South Ridgewood Ave., facing the east and
are all high and dry. Daytona is growing rapidly and real estate val-
ues are growing likewise all over the City.
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I'a in lbt North, and white
|S. Tb abbk wi be supplied
Wn cohed and served by the
HBmw Sbswta Il-nd, N. Y.
"P1 opa Ators
02-cated on River Front
s,~t Twice Daily
Adbuy Parki N. L
t a Prince George dock for
U~!jDMnsby *mrn- at 8:00 o'clock.
l.los with or without Baths.
. L M.L MABBKfTYE, Prop's and Mgrs.
Hm highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
Aaroodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
Slights, furnace heat, private bath. New and
ie tstet. MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.
EW SEASIDE INN
SAND FURNISHED COTTAGES
Modern, Homelike and Comfortable. Directly
BEL Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and
HORACE F. STEWART
ipOKA BEACH FLORIDA.
HE IVY LANE INN"
b u cat-ering t t|it-$ri!4 Im *1cult I Ih v t it- ,, C I Ir; till l ti
- h o ae c att rin^ to th ," nm o't p t i't'lc iti ;.u-"r ( ii ; t < '.22! .
to the -rVe r. I.' thnnbtntwo Iil(. 'k-' fk'fron tl I:- i-t ..l k. -i..- .,!l.
- places. i.(ao'and j4.AN |. d -r (
Open November to May.
Win. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.
CArds whist. brige and five hc
dred regularly eamse the attenUtaB
of the guests at The Ptnes during the
ev m ni *, When not otherwise enter-
The following party arrived from
| Aurora, Ill., and are guests at The
Oleni this week; Mrs. T. .L. Ballard
and daughter, Miss Ethel E. Ballard,
and Mr. and Mrs. E. Eastmen.
Arrivals at The Ridgewood: Mrs.
Jinni, Darrcw Moore, Mrs. Jennie 0.
nDarrow, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. 0. T.
Masters, Mrs. Grace Savage, Philadel-
phia, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Aken, Iron-
Mrs. Lula Shepherd and son and
friends, Mrs. D. B. Ware and Mrs.
Jennie Washburn, a party from Fitz-
gerald, Ga., arrived from Miami Wed-,'
nesday an1 are pleasantly located at
Mrs. Chasb. Betts and Miss Anna Ly
on and Bell Huyler, of Newark, N. J.,
arrived Monday and received a warm.
welcome from the Palmetto household
They are season guests and have
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t .T reaW.af ter o- sbl
amwifi IrM^ A 'to:
dai tke museum was atdijoartee to
member W' Oa hn s for the eWo64
The building cwuuandtee were pre-
pared with final plans and sPeciflca-
tiona. They reported on a building
twenty-six by thirty-four feet and
two stories high. Careful figuring
Place -the cost of this building with
doors, windows, floors, outside walls
and necessary partitions down stairs
at $1,000.00.' By unanimous vote the
committee was authorized to spend
$1,000.00 in putting up the building.
They then voted for a fire place,
which is provided for in the plans
but left out by the committee for the
present. This will cost from $$50.00
to $7i,.00 more. The additional money
was raised by voluntary subscription.
Israel Putnam donated the $15.00 first
prize won by the Anting-Anting and
a number ot members put up $5.00
Further action was taken on the
(qi.'estion of location resulting in a
uinanimnous vote that the west end of
tVe building be placed 150 feet east
of tht s.a wall. The building com-
zlitteo wa.; authorized to confer with
spent many winters at this house. Mr \Valdron and the Union Church
trustees and to execute a lease of
Th Ridgewood and The Despland such parsonage lands as may be
have both been taxed to the limit of needed and agreed upon for the loca-
zheir capacity to accommodate the tion of the building.
tourists who apply to them, and After listening to the report of
have been disposing of their overflow their judges on the first boat race of
in nearby rooming apartments, for the club, which took place on Wash-
the past two or three weeks. ington's Birthday, the adjournment
was taken subject to the call of the
Yesterday' arrivals at The Des- president. .
pland: Mrs. S. M. Hunter, Miss I Two new names have been added
Louise Hunter, Newark, 0.; Win. Law to the roll of charter members, A.
son, Mrs. Lawson, Buffalo, N. Y.;,K. Baker and MIlo McNeal. This
Mr. vnd Mrs. Geo. S. Brown, Cin- brings the number up to forty-nine
cinnati; Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Burrell, shares. The building committee will
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hack, Taun- at once begin building the clubhouse.
ton, Mass. --- -
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs.
Recent arrivals at The Palmetto: ,Weizell and Mr. Carr, on Palmetto
Jas. P. Robertson, New York; Mrs. avenue, had a boat trip down the riv-
Chas. Betts. Miss Anna Lyon, Miss er the latter part of last week, stop-
Bell Iluyleir, Newark. N. J.; II. E..ping at New Smyrna and other points
Wetvwer ani wife, Cedar Rapids, la.; for several days' outing. They made
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. J. Taylor, Newj the trip in Mr. Stevens' boat, and re-
Vork; Mr. .Hrrod Wilson, JacTson-'t1rned In fnVe spirits.
\illo; Mr. and Mrs (. G. G. Peck-
Shani, M.'. n .l Mrs. II. Finclh, Di)aytton.
Ohio,; N.Mi. r.1 Mrs. V. C. itecke, r-,
1o: -1 1. (-., 1-011\i iTo the W est
~itl I I i II,1.1"' t'V I I 1(1,0W~ici' of t he I )s
p1.aniio, 'ictt o'the gllests iremiarked in
wcI, A' -l'c t'i-'' )ef a I ) -,iiIy .Neu\vs rt, )( rt -
i'"I 8 avt. becitl hear'ing al 8l allg!
t~i -t Dayton~a wa~s not on1%tlyte pret-
t if-'t c(it yV II Flo ri'ditId, but ha d1 114)I'we
other tmi'tl'Iist townsinSii the Statt,, and !
it s, c '-lt'tit i it ied, "our' party hat
tt-tut't thte mlatteri, and are sat -fied
thalt Al il t. l icf'.things \%e e hii
U' 'at j12it '- t The' I':1.. (
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DRIVER OF CAPSIZED
CAR MAKES STATEMENT.
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iIgit, (I iiii,. hI %t- at w iI'r ta iat I'rt't it'-
('lining 4lxat ir- Al~ ic~kofl xI'' to ('hi.-
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SI id ih isft Dud. &
SIUIAL US Mo. P &
M i.w m. A M- v__ _.. ,).-- ..- _-_
fully furnished'and inn
Beautiful home on the banks
of the Halifax River, just south
Five 'acres of
bearing orange trees, good
home with all modern con-
venienees,barn packing house,
wood shed, servants' quarters.
Sea wall in front of entire
property, good dock.
A A A
A a A,
West Palm. Bac
D. C. NOAGLAND, Prep.
To*h bnk IN" amSii
Be" ramy mb b a cb WR
Leakny, LOW&W ftob ~mnw~m am
Dhs-Ow',r ArUd h.I U=A PU 3ATm
14 1-2 p
ted and paying
er cent. on the
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U XViA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.
lOc, SO9c dozen
ft., Y. Otago fteChemo .
Xm lbb Walnwts, new r' .
Wva* now newrop-. .. ** -'.20
Almonds, now crep 1. .. b. .5.t
Mixed KNuts 200. ....
Florida Pecans 2k. ..
Shelled Almonds, .. .. ... .... O;
Seeded Raisins.... 13c lb., 2 for 25c,
Currants .. .... 13c lb., 2 for 26c
Apricots, evaporated ....
Peaches, evaporated ........* 15C
Pears, evaporated ... .. 20c
Oranges, per dozen, ........
GraFeruit, each 5.... ....... 5c
Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions,
Turnips, Beets,Parsley, Mint,
Carrots, ........ .. all be bunc
Pineapples ...... 10 and 15c each
Cranberries .. .. 13c qt, 2 for.25c
SEE OUR LARGE VAR-
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AN haia FrmsuIswalor tobe 4=18frefAm a
hILU di1 ~ waien md -
A HIGH CLASS
INDIA ad CEYLON
If you're a lover of ft Teas you'll
enjoy the delicate amd refined tra-
iraace of these delicious Teas.
PUT UP IN PACKAGES SO AS
TO RETAIN THERE FLAVOR.
Quarter Pound Packages
Cole.. p#Aed Btyimpricss
bwm~saud remt~sI m
A Person is Often Judged by His
I? PPI T I N rI i j
It should be up-to-date the same as you would have your clothing
Has just received over one thousand pounds of the most Modern and Pretty faces of Type.
-This in itself is not so much but our workmen are artists in their line and the combination
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From CKoicest Concord Grapes.
lHk fjPintf Pints and Quarts.
A' ~ -- -. -. -~ --- -
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" o -ped the wter
'DAiLm Ites hwa the
HBtwM Resort in
F. Udvwseleft it.
Sin -owasumo& atw
66miL*s.c, saw of
vu mhe henmdineM behind and
tbe- bows ca" ,wwowstung. It w as
mou" a~eU" befa. the bm sbes
* rib=et but domtglU thetime tht
ftey stayed in the camp it Was t"e
lluts of their -a i m ezeladuvely
maod which they angay bussed."
"Ox Eyes" For Two.
The drawback of fancy names for
dishes is their tendency to be deficient
In prosaic information. Would you
order "angels on horseback," for In-
stance. If you did not know what sort
of thing It was? And to appeal to the
waiter to interpret is humiliating. A
correspondent recalls his own fate in
the matter of "ochsenaugen" (ox eyes.
Having repeatedly seen them on the
menu among the pudding class during
a tour in Germany, he and his wife
eventually ordered them. "Two por-
tions?" aske the woman wait "Oh.
yes. two portions." It proved that two
portions of ox eyes meant six fried
eggs-as the final course of a hearty
meal. And, as the wife had the moral
courage to refuse to eat more than
one. the cowardly husband, unwilling
to give away that hlie had not known
what he was ordering, had to worry
down the five others.
A Startling Hat.
A lady's hat which would no doubt
create as great a sensation today as it
did at the time of Its first appearance
in 1352 was that worn by Blanche de
Iliourbon. queen or tastlie. wire or
Peter the Cruel. It cost 35 and was
made in Paris. The hat itself was
composed of de chypre and relieved
with great pearls, garnets and enamel
work. Children, .carved in thet whitest
of ivory, were depllicted picking acorns
of pe;irls fr ii thie oaak said scatttering
tlheit IIIto tie swvinit 'lotw. lBird.s were
sin gilil ill t:i 4 Iti. lii el li
w e el't l't ti 4 ".';!ii lij i frti hlit
it-owV ,- ril-ir ll, frimi tlt- c l'r iire.
Fresh Air For Sleeping.
A 1 'rs,, 'i n 1 "I"- (V II I v
ImII(-leS I f! i I- !I ,aIm' *if-,I14',I I II .kSI ,i r; ii 1011i.
amidi il t4 Ii l,,i' '11 sip ta li' tt!4 lilt'ii s
1:l' ,.llh!i, fet'i t ;i'ir. T lit air' of a
cd1w(Ir4li Itent l'foi stiminr. halijg its
doors and wiilliiws cl(ised aietd o-cu-
piedl l, ,1' lf'eson. would lect iit'i un-
lit for r'siiratiiin in four hours. In
the case tif twao occupants the time
would. of 'oilse.' lhie reduced to two
hours. New York American.
Points on the Market.
Old Gentleman (in broker's otti.e)-
:1Mp-- I-- I--
- -~ & -
Janet was frightened, htier mother was
more so, and the major swore by the
bloody sword he had used at Gettys-
burg that he would get at the bottom
of the 'mystery if he had to call out
the entire army of the United States.
The village marshal was consulted,
and he struck a clew. That clew led
to a tin peddler, who fainted away
when arrested. Other clews were
struck and followed, and before night
of the first day five persons had been
hauled to the lockup. The Black Hand
had reached Clifton at last. but it was
to be rooted out forthwith. On the
second morning after receiving the let
ter Janet saw the grocer's boy at the
back door again, amid as sihe took a
bunch of aspa'l1is f'rolliI his hands b lie
found a miissive \ith it and lso re-
ceived a wiik front liii. Sihe passed
the wink by and r:an upl to herlil' roo
with the letter. In a itoitilit i sie hl:d
the Black Hliand bly the throat. "1
showed her your ,luv letter to tue."
read the letter, "and she took on aw-
ful. She was jelus, and I guess she
wrote you last uie. [Don't mind her
1 will shake hter for you.'
Herbert, the grocer's buy. had taken
over the ownership of the missive for
Herbert, the lover. ie had shown it to
the shirtmaker. and her jealousy had
been aroused. She it was who had
written the "Black Han" letter. Major
Cleveland was plunging around and
telling the whole town what he was
going to do when his daughter put him
on the right track. He rushed off to
. tire e hbl la q k apa t hr at
sme4W .' s-.tt onep.b
S"Jabt" the mjr sa"M t next a
I h hi daght ,, "tbb mt be a
Nore 0f t b m se btween you
Wed YOW HW isi"
That uW alL x no majOr COW
ted himMelf that hi der we". e.
obeyed and Mima Janet plgt o a l
and summed the att* t o a Ba
hearted girt ont o f thi u wt.t"
The moter became weorni and .pro-
teasted, and the majr became a .Ittle
bit aznxious and talked about spring
tonics, though he bad no Idea a eoun-
termanDdhig his order. All might have
gone well if the grocer who supplied
the house hadn't called his delivery
boy a slouch and a lazybones and If
the said boy hadn't fired up and quit
his Job Another took his place Just as
Miss Janet wanted to send a note to
her lover real bad. The change of
boys perplexed her for a moment, and
she hadn't time to go into explanations
further than to band him the missive
and 10 cents and mention Mr. Herbert
The boy grinned and nodded, and the
wagon rattled away, and ten minutes
later he was perusing the letter. His
name happened to be Herbert, and be
happened to be a vain boy, and he futr
other happened to believe that Miss
Janet had got struck on him. it was
a proud moment for him. for be al-
ready had another girl on the string.
She worked In a shirt factory, and
she wasn't a tony girl. but he loved
her. He was also Jealous of her, and
now was his chance to get even.
Mr. Herbert did not get the note in-
tended for him; Miss Janet did not get
a reply as expected; the mother saw
new cause to believe that her daughter
was not long -for this world, and the
major sighed and wished that some
one would come in and listen to his
war stories. That grocer's boy had
brought butter, eggs and potatoes, but
he bad left a load of corking care be-
hind him. Next morning brought
something like a sudden thunderclap.
Miss Janet received a letter mailed at
the village postotfice the night previ-
ous. It was ill spelled and was not
capitalized or punctuated at all. It
waLgJ0Md4 "Black man." and it con-
tained some dire and awful threats
If she did not change her course she
would be shot. stabbed, clublled, boiled
In oil and die many mother ways. It
was to be a tirst and last warning, and
there were many bewaress" in it.
We~i i fWObIeN "W sDab usb o m ad we
eman Ismea you dadi m fuew hr yew bmhus. a& "A ad Q* ws aMA
whic we Lelayse apinssp" .uA shiftnilamsd ss hr etqddw
is cmed .a'gms ht h4sw jei~ seep&eb
less of tea*mood *M3be"havwe i sbaub
Sarp= and Profits .
Total, $25 090"W.
$250.000. That amout ftams behtwem y Aw due"il 4
We repeat: This bank wats yo-ur Lness,
(Branch of Vola Cm*aty ak)
mm~~m~ m~ -
Wool and Cottom
uw-w -w www wmw w
Blankets. Medium and Higk Grade
'beets, Pillow Cases, Spreads, &c.
On Exhibition at Gruber-0
Morris Hardware Store.
SDaytona Electric Co. '
When in need of
High Class Wines aad
Write for Price List to tS
oldest and largest boum e
Hotel, Club and Froe
Family Trade our
Robt. W. Simm C.,
A. D. McBRIDE. Pruiest
J. B. CONRAD, Vice-Pr.idet
F. N. CONRAD, Casubier
The Crab In the Whale's Ear.
Wben the whales were still frequent
along the lines of passenger travel
aros the Atlantic nothing was more
common than to see the great beasts
hurling their bulk clean out of the
waves and, after a flight through the
air. falling back Into the sea with an
enormous splash, a spectacle never
failing of Interest to the ocean tourist.
but not due to any sportive disposi-
tion on the part of the leviathan of the
deep-quite the contrary. The breach-
ing of the whale is no fun for the
beast. It is a frantic effort to rid
himself of the torture of earache.
There is a marine crustacean which
pesters whales to the verge of endur-
ance. and there seems reason to be-
lieve that some whales have been driv-
en Insane by these tiny parasites. It
is a crab of about the size of that
which is found'in the oyster. When
it lodges on the whale It infests the
Inner surface of the eyelids and the
ear. By swift rushes on the surface
the whale Is able to clear its eyes. but
the crab In the inner ear cannot be
dislodged by any such means.
;b-- I- I :- 7 "1777- 7
of cify is as
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"MDyat 3:00P. .
for two might
TOM WV. LA14E
"MOMd mh u
dbm Am dm
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Simon and their
daughter, Evelyn, of Brooklyn. N. Y.,
are located with Mr. and Mrs. S.
Cass, on Orange avenue.
Mrs. Murray Folz is the happy pos-
sessor of fourteen beautiful canaries,
all on account of the carnival. A fine
assignment of yellow-winged song
birds will not come amiss as a re-
!. Knox, of the Stetson Training minder of carnival week.
o is a guest of Mrs. Chas. Kane,
1i6thw Home of Mrs. William Hall Mr. and Mrs.- L. E. Jones and daugh-
0 North Beach street, and will better, Miss Susan Elizabeth, who have
I Daytonauntil Sunday. iad rooms in the Parker home, have
1 _^ -l -- &, IL et-m i
I remoed to their nouse boat, Circe,
SW T FORGET at Root's aock. and expect to leave
S-oardy CaFdy at Yodngs Phar- shortly on a trip to Palm Beach and
I &at 2c. a pound. 28-2t ottler points south.
J& M. Smith and daughter, Miss *Automobiles stored at reasonable
uhmah- who came down from St. Au- rates. Saratoga Inn Garage. d-Fbl-tf
1ei in the Republic last week,
were located on Beach street, left Mi .and Mrs .Harron, of Chatta-
kW? aeEday for Palm Beach. Poog-. Tenn., who have been spend-
ing a few days in the city, went to
6k CVpL Isaac Selleck and wife, Capt. New Smyrna Thursday morning, en-
S" B] lxee and wife, and Mr. and route to Palm Beach and Miami. They
j, Thoipson, friends of Mr. and expelc to slop again in Daytona on
--. C. Nash. from Norwalk, Conn., their return north.
-Imending part of the season in
LOW T 0DES ON T HE EACH
2:27 today; 3:03 tomorrow.
Fair tonight and wurday. Cooler
central and -ou4aSWt portions i
night; fromt fi northern portion 1
night; moderate north windc.
Prof. A. 0. Botts returned to D
Land this afternoon.
The ladies of St. Mary's Guild
having the Guild Hall painted.
Attorney Cary D. Landis, of DeLa
is in the city today and will renima
Corn. J. H. Allen, who has been
ithe city since Tuesday, returned
Allenhurst yesterday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Hartwell, of
Northampton, Mass., are with Mr. and
Mrs. S. S. Cass, on Orange avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Burr, of Castle,
lad. arrived in the zity Wednesday
and have rooms at the Waldron
*FOR SALE CHEAP-Four hang.
ing lamps with porcelain shades. 112
North Ridgewood avenue, d-25-6-t
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Miller arrived
from Philadelphia Wednesday and are
guests at the Magnolia for an in-
. -lMLedy and wife, of Burlin
ton, Kan., are spending sometime in
the city, ald are located on Ridge-
wood avenue, at the Waldron home.
for the Fake
was in full swing at the
morning in preparation
Carnival, this afternoon
And, oh, such doings!
Everything for fun and
t. Don't fail to see it.
E. C. Ha;ard and family, who have
been in the city for some time, de-
parted Thursday on their return to
Rochester, N. Y., accompanied by
Mrs .Hazard's brother, Clarence Ben-
nett. who expects to remain in Roch-
"For Rent," 'Furnished Rooms,"
'For Hire" and "Table Board" pla-
;ards at the Daily News office, ff
**GOOD BOARD in the country for
only $6.00 per week. Only 500 feet
from station. No charge for transfer
of baggage or long picnic drives to
points of interest. For full particu-
lars write WING'g, Bayaru, Fla.
Rev. H. Hi. Mallinson's theme at the
Sunday morning service will be, "Im-
mortalized Waste," and on Sunday
2., aiag. "Immortality." Mrs. Chown-
ing mill sing a special solo Sunday
evening, and will also be the soloist
S o.-,in- service.
**\VANTELD--teacher, morning hours
Addre.s. P. 0. Box 52. d-It
Mrs. A. S. Wilkinson. Ridgewood
aivpriit o- i~q nitiniTn *;.il. -- + .. I *
rs. KAL WMN!hW. mUyy' lo
who hAa4 *sPW~edaikme bonas
a few days ago,ia reported hbowl
ftpy as V etURSalongDicel. Minm
iyet also is nsufficiently recoverul
from the long,tedioui -te"*m to be
around and ready to give her friend
the usual cheerful greetings.
The basket ball teams, both the
Daytona and the High School, have
been debarred from practice for
the past %eek on account of the ar-
mory being in daily demand for pub-
lic entertainments. However, they
expect to kegin next week and get
Are now bCre----C
*n some gocd practice.
The following party from the Ham-
ilton, Mr.;. Margaret Rose, Mis:;
Rose, of Mansfield, Pa., and Mrs. M.
McNaughtocr and her little grand-
daugiter, Arath, of Detroit, left Wed-
nesda3 morning for a week or ten
days' sight seeing at Rockledge, Palm
Beach and Miami. They .will return
to finish the season here.
OF TAFT ELKIN8 BILL
WASHINGTON, Feb. 25-The Sen-
ate committee on interstate com-
merce today decided to recommend
the passage of the Taft- Elkins bill
amending the interstate commerce
JUST DISORDERLY CONDUCT
SAYS PRESIDENT BAER.
PITTSBUTRG, Feb. 25-"That trou-
ble in Philadelphia isn't a strike; it's
Just disordedly conduct," said Pres-
ident George F. Baer, of the Philadel-
phia and Readingv railroad here today
enroute to Mexico. He said general
business conditions are improving.
Rev. H. W. Tribble, D. D., of Lake
City, will preach at the Baptist
Church, next Sunday, Feb. 27, morn-
ing and evening. Dr. Tribble is
president of Columbia College, the
Baptist College of this State. He is
doing a great work for the Baptist
ministry of the near future. He is a
strong speaker, well worth hearing.
Remember the other services of
the day. The Seabreeze Mission will
meet as usual at Wilmans Opera
House, Bible School at 2:30. Rev. C.
C. Gillett will preach at 3:30. The
B. Y. P. U. will meet at the church
at 6:45 p. in. The pastor will preach
at Holly Hill at 3:00 p. m.
Trust him little who praises all, him
ess who censures all, and him least
xho Is indifferent to all.-Lavater.
"Have you lived in this !own very
long. Miss Sear?"
"Of course not: Do I look old
enoumh- to hlave lived anywhere very
"I owe Pjeiiks a call.-
"G(,i! ~lthre this evening?"
"No Ytiu see-er-that isn't all I
om,, lii."--Cleveland leader.
uc none ueuem.m...m.u.a.u.
Some Bemptih C
rive H am drgom Dock, rree Water Umlei
Oroeerle at M Y ioauek iupp~km. WIx A
STYP ov Oeand mjOT tide rfmm o.- We -W be mabe
V9OIA.N RIVJKR XB
Hotel Dsptmd Bwer Shop and J
BAR DBSG PAUOR3
MR" Fabadn s
Spe ocisin- UAW. Drmi A-. Md iI
Work Done at Residen cs by Appointment. ,
H. T. McCLEIAN
WIDOW mmwDOOR FRAMES i"W IDEOW
md DOOR SCMIMSE. Swm im ui.
Twinj. Smd Smuhj.'b
Nort hEd--Wed Aw. Phew 13R
TE NEW STEAMER
The T-rna~ ws lonw.* b
H. A. PmEwOweer.
*Twf\CrkMd ot11 furntsbef Comn-
Two Coutsta 'S #A, it
the corner of OT'ge *d ta 4etto ayes1M "
-one of the monst = ble00e err in Day-
tona; one cottage 7 rooms, the other 0*both 4
and all other eomvenlese. Prise ISM for !
both and a snap at that. If yol are f.iter- i
ested and desire to look at the property. call :,.
on or .address, V. M. Bingham, Cn-ty; or I
Bingham Thomplon. AXents. I I
Alice in Wonderland
Febiu y 26
New and Beautiful Costues
The Most StApe0dou Home
Talent Productio Ever Give
Seats O Sale at Hamins'
Dmce every Tuesday miWM.
Tom W vIMt vii IT my Oves,
md p4.o-dat P ackid Besse, md
Ssmthe htm Mt f--uit md bow it is
bmM&d. Tew Md seUcited
by as bez for boat.
George H. Mnroe.
West Rod ---
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