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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 26, 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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SAY THAT AT A GIVEN SIGdNAL


Every Ailo Owear Wh Desires Perlect Eu

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TODAY


THE STATE POLItC


WILL BE ANNIHILATED.


REALIUEO FOR CITY
.L '(0 PARK SENF7IT FUND.
Mties of the Palmetto Club
a grand success of their Fake
for the benefit of the City
Friday afternoon and evening.
4 Powft wVoe In attedm'nce in
Snmoom ,and the Armory was
dat"g the evening.
j':- e -was every form of funny
Um tha the fertile imagination
Sth emmo-attee ladies could de-
OftiUng around the circle at
Mft of the entrance you could
et yow line Into an tmaginary
SMr which you extracted almost


Gruber-Morris Hardware Company

"I you d'at trade W as we Webeh eee nmey."


IE MER At BAITC


.SPWSI y l BESTIAL


THE MISSES


CONSTANCE McCONNELL WON TERNOON OCCUPIES AN


THE LADIES' DOUBLES AFTER


A HARD FOUGHT MATCH.


AEMIOPLANI NOW AT KPOT


IEAiY TO BE INLOAfDE.i


AF-
EX-
SID-


PRESS CAR NOW ON THE


ING.


One more final match was disposed The
of yesterday, In the tennis tourg*- yesterday


t hl exoet Poad's. 'B t mebt in progress on the Desplaid yesterday
ir :t fl aie ocencts course. The Misses Prederica and an exp
Sfrostee mMe sum 1 five cents. Constance McConnell won the h- the pa
K -.I bt he 4M athe a ercise of dies' doubles after a hard fought loaded
V We I the lOW, and was largely Indulg- match, five sets being necessary to beach
.,' ed in by the boys and the less pe- place the tCtle. Miss Constance Me- housq,
OM et = the W e%- Connell al4Q w9n the title for ladies' Carpq
hgft. ad the animals squawked singles the day before. day m
id @Jmomd calling attention to her at- In the mixed doubles Mr. Baker "building
S i tra&C. t .I Then came the table of and Miss Fitter defeated Mr. Bush building
S,"oe- racy articles, which was pretty well and Miss C. McConnell in semi-finals. IThe
a~9l01d out during he afternoon. Next The winners were scheduled to play' diet ths
a. t b Dog Bow, which was no fake. Mr. Wright and Miss Hutchinson in set up i
St abot as attracticwve an exhibit of finals today for the title of the class., in a we
varbot Ia fine bred doan e you With the disposition of this classt
varietyy Id fnue [bred dogs as you et
*-rwould find It a reguIar ogiw in the onm t
Ii the exception .. of the men's singles,- fll
i' .a Western City Many of the tourists the repton of the men's s..
l. tal o had loaned their household pets for which are now in progreM.
otIn men's singles yesterday IM
11f Co- ~the occasion. The palm reading and In me's singles yesterday, Mr.
.& Ifortuntelling came In for a large. Armstrong defeated Mr. Cobb in
E l o pat.ronage, although it was placed Itraight sets. Mr. Cobb displayed'
wea.4e1or, at the hig piace of twenty-five cents, brilliant form near the close of the OPENS
settlers but seers are not wont to give away contest, but was too late to over-
o ia ve Vo- their knowledge. The Beauty Show come the lead obtained by his ad- FOR
E __l m and lFreak Show were also very pop- versary. er. Brush defeated N Mr. LAND
e-- u r .Pierce in singles.
any Other ula orchestra was much enjoyed. The summary for yesterday: LONI
The orestra was much enjoed.IES' DOUBLS. opened
^Bt-The decorations were artistic and LADIES' DOUBLOS. opened
The decorations were artistic and The Misses McConnell defeated joint no
appropriate to the different booths the Misse Fitter and Radeliff, and activitie
"^1^1 i and side shows. he Misses Fitter and Radcliff, and activitie
HK ,O WAYSI The eird Fauntleroy dance by won the title of the class. The sets Both
VF Wo MS h r Livngto eo au o by T-Ne were. 6-S; 4-6; 6-2; 6-3; 6-1. the Chil
.,\I stnbnb Mrs. Livingto Jacques, of New MIXED DOUBLES. te fore
Sao t pa t week York City, i guest of The Ridge- ir Baker and Miss Fitter de- China u
aru oa friends 'wood, deserves special mention asfeated Bush and Miss C. Ne- tie


OI mW whom are
1. 66t3gWaler and
WiBsabarre, Pa.,
M wife of Brook-

Sthe head of the,
~of
^ftWCompany, of!
1 B Kaiser is a
a&d clerk of
Tork.
S aes bad the party
yacht The Ernes-
the Tomoka river.
a- elsewhere, and
Mra. Stubenbord
R and other friends,
k evidence on North
Delicious re-
weved and dancing
thle cards making
S *"r all.
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big aeroplane mentioned in
lay's Daily News arrived late
lay afternoon and 'occupies
Press car on the siding near
asenger depot. It will be un-
Monday and taken to the
near the Automobile Club-

Bnters will start to work Mon-
)rnint on the erection of the
g to house the machine. The
g will be 50x50 feet.
owners of the machine pre-
at they will have the machine
st, as to attempt a flight with-
*ek.




SUSPICION ON CHINl

NEGOTIATIONS T3DAY
JOINT NOTE WITH ENG-
STO CELESTIAL EMPIRE.


DON, Feb. 26-Russia today
negotiations looking to a
>te to China regarding her
s in Tibet.
Russia and England fear that
nese expansion into Tibet is
runner of encroachment by
,pou the India-Rissian fron-


one or the most entertaining featurtea Conl in stm-fina, 6-2; 6-4.
of the evening. The dance was exe- invi-HR 6
cuted with inimitable grace and ani- MEN'S )OUBLES. iMr. and irs. Charles Shinn, of
Mronape. Armstrong defeated Mr. Cobb, C'hattar a, Tenn., arrinveI Wed-
mation, and was repeated in response GU -
to a hearty encore. ." ;'% nesday t. spend the balance of the
The prize for the Beauty Show was Mr sh dset- irc sason. Mr. and Mrs. Shiin have
won by Frank W. Pope. Jr., thought iany fritendst in Daytona. having
all the candidates received compli- i -pet several h, ere inL th
mentary v(tes. WRIT OF CAPIAS ISSUED FOR past. They iave b-en at St Petersi-
The prize at the I bo Show was i NON-PAYMENT OF LCEK E.! blurg. howt-Ner, this winter tfo' -
I t Vsdog, i w d%. couple of iio th piousit.. U t ,(illtt
.^..-- .- Kit.-l do).i. R .. S ,,ri'f E'. I.. smith this mora0*1r.
a Boston lhtill., which was entered 1 e,, u i, ('. M .cCaui a capia ,
No. 2:? nnd received 2tC2: -votes. .laPl', iz.td 0 0 the criminal ',urt. ofJ OF XT EARS
Miss lile' iBlodizetl's do.g. received oti ,M.. out (i th Di Court oi N OF SIXTY YEARS
.Mi s I lict h~d~et 's ,u rt('e \'( Il|t-'or'd. foll" failure to pay his (w tict-I
the second high,.t nHmlni be'r o: "vot l tcod fr fi r Mt ('au :L ve DOES WALKING STUNT
2-2,S7 ,ond and thlie case will come ill) at UBy'oa v iu 5 art. i1 o: ,o, N. Y..
The Caildy Table 'rlea:! Ied 1 $e, le next t rm of the Criminal ('Court. \Lt'o ispc ziitln. t -,.a-sokn here in
and the lk)g Sho V $77. The cOMll- (:copalny v:tlli a jiLtrt.y of Ii tow\ns-
ihittee having general supe'rvislioi wople. is ped(l-:.riiu of no otan
of the carnival was, Mrs. ('rahain ARRESTED ON CHARGE OF hiply
Thompson, Mrs. G. B. Seaman. Mrs. ASSAULT AND BATTERY. AktltougNi Mr. St,-wart owns and Las


v. C. Downilng and Mrs. M. Huston.
i..t the ert're club membership or


Sheriff E. IL. Smith yesterday at-
ternoon aixested Marion Williams,


with him a Buick t-', hle evidetntly el,-
ioys the imort, a( tie exercise of walk-


PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 26- Sev,
eral newspapers received this morn
ing "black hand" letters signed b)
"Committee of Sixty" saying thai
a given signal today the State po
at a given signal today the State po
lice would be annihilated.
No credence is placed In them but
all guards have been strengthened.
The eighth day of the strike open-
ed with the people confident that
no more rioting will occur. Several
small outbreaks took place last
night but they *ere easly quelled.
Presden, Murphy, of the Central
Labor Union, was arrested early this
morning for utterances inciting a


riot.


ALICE IN WONDERLAND
AT-OPERA HOUSE TONIGHi


The spectacular extravaganua,
Alice in Wonderland, will be present-
ed at the Daytona Opera House to-
night.
The cast, which includes over
fifty, is umde up entirely of home
talent, with the addition of some thir-
ty or forty school children The
speaking parts will be taken by the
members of Organization of Amateurs.
All know the fascination of the
story of Alice in Wonderland and
the catchy music and choruses by
the children's voices and the effect-
ive costuming make a brilliant spec-
tacle. Don't fail to see it.


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as a death-daring race driver |
champion speed automobile of t"
word.
Word comes from Hot Springs, A*,
that Oldfield is getting in rare e0
edition for his record drives here m
month. Barney began tralnlin talg
the great base ball players who
at the Springs and Stanley KIeS.J
ell. the middle-weight fighter, it sbU
training partner. The two are
ported as taking several hours
day exercise over the OMark M te
tains. I
Oldfield leaves Hot S&pr e s
Wednesday for Daytona and i
stop off a couple of days in JheN
ville to see the ponies run. I


BETHLEHEM STRIKER
SHOT BY POLICEMAN


BETHLEHEM, Pa., Feb. 26- A
small detachment of State police ar-
rived today for duty in the vicinity
(f the Bethlehem Steel Company's
niant, where fights are occurring be-
tween strikers and workers.
Feeling is very bitter and trouble


is feared. In a fight today a strlk-
sr, whose name i unkntown, was
!hot by a State plnicemaa and may
die. Many fights occurred today.


Mr and Mrs. (Conra L Stubenbord.
Jr., who Lave been ini Jacksonville
since the middle of Decober, re-
turned las' night and joiAed Mr.
Stubenibord's parents and other mem-
bers of th, family on North Ridge-
wood avenue. They were accompan-
led by Edward Strube, of Coney
Illand, au old school friend of Mr.
Stubenbords whom they met in
.TacksounvfIe and persuaded Wo visit
Daytona.


TURNED ROBBER S) AS


T_ MARRY SWEETHEART.


PLTTSR1'RG. Feb. 26-Steve Aus-
tin, the gteutletuau burglar, whor d&-
clarr-s he i, an indiana ('college grad-
uate, and says he turned roubbehr to
'tcc'rumuLte mouey to marry his Il-
|ilana swt.etieart today pleaded
,uiilt.y to 'ca rytiag cot,'altd %,oap .as
-trill la if%' fiy
He \vas held to the (Grand hury

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EXPECTED IN DAYTOA
PaW OAYS OLWp",


START FROM NOT
NEXT WEONESAY.


Barney Oldfield' giant BWx mIN
the fastest car In the world,
route to Dayte aor to thw r
nival chedled for March
and 24. The *space aa"afllat
shipped over the dye IR l
New YTork yete a d wI
Ui 'J~ackgBvll. Om Mom 4w. l
will be transfr rt the Uk
Zat CoaMt Ralway for Dayto -
T Te arriTval of the b T
welcomed by loal mW nsg
bave rodsod a* of t 7i
npeed cradles amd ifts shemM
gine and queer torpedo "npook
car i Aot a trMA but a 9wq
car, and can be ru S W al
fast a gait al itcaa beo
mile. It was orinally iba IfIU
seven-mile Semmering Hill i
annual endurance clanl ofc
The Bons carn have won the
for many yet. and hold the
for the course, a winding tos
road up a mountain, having avo
eighty-seven miles an hour ty *
distance a few months ago.


* Then Hemmery took the -o
Brooklands, England, track 00d
formed hia wonderful feat f


~ -6
a~*W l~ miles ~! J


OATNuITI STUtNTS


BAiY ESCAPE


Fil


RE TODAY DESTROYS
TORY OF SOUTH PAY
THEIR HALL DRIVING


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DENTS TO COLD STREETS.


HANOVER.. N .-. Feb. 26-
DacnmoIIth i students narrowly
caipd d(,:ith T',)day when fire
trovt d t h dormitory of South
e.r%%; .tthv r Hall- The loss
$6t0.o"14.


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Id str (' in their a
)thkes, I'iarely efiecaplng with


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-bu0ifu0 l Roods in bowm You'll be
-rprild at the prices.

W. F. GILLE, Jr. & CO.
The Prescriptio D uts.


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to Iake it eua-l V clear
I J n fao pc .ma te.rt to pro.-
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e*jtl5- to truly represent my
B ml to-merit .the approval of
Hp^S-^ orhica If nactfors






i to you, firmer in myy l
for good gor ernment and

In~ mb .alegianei to the wn-i
gP the masmes. r have the con-i
to kowing that my" heart
Hillso private axe to grind; only!
sH~flllnii to truly represent my!


7atd the people of oolusia andf


"t--est every minute of the I
'sln to you, firmer in mye.
r ir goo d government a ndcy
Kll Sminor I am yielding to the ex-



-l m wisk of manny friends, and
ofh t he assu, r havce wthe cn-h
HlllMMW of Imowing that my heart


with the peknowledge o Volusia andee
rterestered and promises weof thel
-lelAaey. MACON TnHORNTONssee.





:: A Fam.. Temple.
1 mew mSo-ing my c andidacy r-
te0m tr I am yie wlding to s the Tajex-
|_-. W A ofm H industan. It wasnd
Sth the surJehan to the whichmemory




I mIrl~orlte qun it is octagonal
Sw oft pure knwhite mare irnaidces
S jree. carneld an tud p promises well

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and I a sk and sapphire. The,
-lk M en twGc entry ye work of ars -t
|fe, a~I the wough there were TafreeJ
.In A.- Hidustan. it was
4@ 40W by Sbal Jehan to the memory
St IMt ft'eritt queen. It is octagonal
Si w eC o pare white marble, Inlaid
VMh Jasper. earneltan. turquoise.
fftIfpf amethy" and sapphire. The
W jk Dl 22,000 then twenty years to
111 H-P.e and. though there were free
r, jlawO fot te labor was -free. the cost
.:. it" at

Eva dAM Author. I ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE.
Evmrt. mmd *1. Author.
When a popular yemuau author weuti That terrible Itch disappears within
to e Wilam M3. EvartB while be was the first drops of a simple compound
-~1~10W, _t of oil of wiatergreen, thymol and glyc
Mr. frarts eongrItula"re him on the erine mixed ih D. D. A PrescrIption.
bee badk ooe gud a but bas-'eex
S.e'ba acired jbau-t This soothing, healing lotion, used ex-
t'n ortwo. !o bare u ti y ls the ecema germ n-
teb on Tour bwFOR. I nUn- TI ternally kills the eczema germ in-'
reSan- -m rws -Iu--vs--You


eaut browse on yoar laurels."
-- hInquisitiv*. ,',
After Sunday school:
WIUe-Did you hear tbhlt boy swear,
Johnny. when I told him to go away?
Johnny-No. (Quietly persuasive) Tell
him to go away again and I'll listen.-
Manchester Guardian.


TIM AT IA LT is
Published every ewmng, *xeept -
day. from December 1 to Aprl I, by
STHE OAZEIT-I-NIW8 CO.
T. Fmr &AL, Xdiltor-Manager.
C, &. HaIs, City ,dItor.
(iq, P, CUOCCE, Superintendent.
Entered as second-elass matter De-
cember 1, W. at the post office *
rbtnam PFlorida. under the Act of


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stantly. Heretofore the D. D. D al' March S.I ..
remedy has only been .sold in $1.00i
bottles but as a special offer, any Habits of Seals.
sufferer in this town who has never The habits of seals are very lntfet-
tried D. D. D. can now try this rem-, Ing. The very young seal is helpless
edy in a special bottle at 2-c. It cure in the water until he is taughJl by his
tedy in a special bottleaKNc t mother to swim. She takes him Into
the Itch instantly. E KNOW ths. te water daily on her tin and dumps
-Atwood Pharmacy. him in aud wheu he geets tired of
flounderiug aiLout places him on her
fin again and returns to her camp
When the ytung seals are well grown
they suddenly disappear with their
i mothers and the bull seals. No one
knows where they go. and their return
is equally as sudden as their departure.
The bulls are the drst to put ia an
appea;1rn-e at the camping ground.
Whenb they arrive they_ .t ce at
qnc .to prepa ae a mp fortheir ma.tes.,
which they stake oi' and for whiVh
they fight until they die. In the mean-
time tXe fema-le eal's-remamn- quite a
distance from laud, doattug lazily on
the water and seemingly having a
good time.
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Hello Girls in "Alice in Wonderland." at the Opera House tonight,


Ant Eaters.
Ant eaters are iu the- curious posi-
tion of being practically unable to open
their mouths. It tmay almost be said.
indeed, that they have no mouths to
open. There is jast a small, round
orifice at the end of the snout, through
which about two feet of wormlike
tongue can wriggle out. and as this
tongue is bathed with liqaid glue In-
stead of saliva every ant which it
touches adheres to it. and the animal
licks the insects un by hundreds at a
time.
Human nature is so constituted that
all see and judge better In the affairs.
of other men than in their own.-Ter-
ence.


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and S atlemery Os


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GULF REFINING


KAUNA
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Ar Henderson. L.& N..... ":15 pm
Ar Evansville, L.& '%N '- 1:46 pm
Ar Terr.- Haute-. E. & T. H. .1'250a m
Ar Chleaue. V. a&E. 1L. 4 ':47 fan
Solid train Jm~k.;ony-llle and ('hicato.
Pullman Drawing Btoom %Sl4ptnm Ca"'.
('oueht-91a4l Bugage .-Cairs. Pullman
%erpingr 4Car% Jack..onvil1t and St. L~ouis.
Plining ('treAtlantaundl(1E'va-vintlle.


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For reservations or el&er iafonmatis. ~ d


A. W. FRITOT, Div. Pass.


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Is the name 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
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Arpsuty from The Austin
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Switte Northern help,
Nble wil be supplied
athe North, and bywhite

6oft cfeoed and served by the


So-e, Shelter Island, N. Y.


IGEORGE


Proprietors .


TpA FLORIDA
*l C Since Last Season.
mpqds-w -LoCatei on River Front
m T,>. *'T
*amt Twice Dily
S BRISTOLg Asbury PArk N. J.


S Prince George dock for
-t .ia& at 8:00 o'clock.


hAMILTON


New and First-Class.


- FLORIDA.


Electric Bells


ElmTric Lights


Sooms with or without Baths.


AL MIAB~kIB17I,


Prop's and Mgrs.


PINES


fe t point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
bbdates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
S furnace heat private bath. New and
mot. MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Propriefress.


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SEASIDE INN
FURNISHED COTTAGES
o-, lHovlike and Comfortable. Directly on
Imf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
HRACE F. STEWART
LL y -FLORIDA.


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'tftrln to the most particular popl. ( ntdal Iot'-iatlioll.
E|R te II Msa two blocks from thi club.. lbnk, p04 t ot't-.
p9as U yO0 per day--$lI.t and h1igher p, r k.
-k Opea November to May.
SWmn. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor-


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-Mr. and Mrs. E. S. MeNichols, of
i who came up from the
ml and have been spending
a 'Hort time in Daytona left this
morning on The Republic for St-
A ffnatiA ,AA TJarmw,-.1l


Arrivals at The Ridgewood: Mrs. V;
W. Brown and Mrs. R. J. Seebert,
Cleveland, Ohio.; Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Bel L. K. Boyd, Hilsboro, Conn.;
V. F. McNeil, Miss Jessie McNeil,
New Haven, Conn.; Geo. W. Butts,
Geo. H. Stegers, Hoboken; Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Paxton and daughter
Misses Sims, Mrs. S. J. Simms, Geor-
gia; Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Edwards
Miss Anna Edwards, La Crosse, Wis.


Arrivals at The Stillman: H. M.
O'Niel. New York; Mrs. NV. B. Syl-
vester, Kanrsas City; Mrs. .J. 1.
Jackson, Pubuque, la.; Mrs. H. I).
Clement. M1onitgomlery. "\la.; B. ).
Harris, Lexington, Ky.; WV. K. i-il.
Minneapolis, Xlinn. Mrs. Louisa )I.
Mathews, Ne,;- Lrton. IPa.; Matthews
1-. Cushin.', AMiddiehcmro, Mass.: ..'rs.
Francs IH. Brayton, Mir. and Mrs.
S K. B4.ytton, AMrs. Julia J.udsoIl,
Mr. and Mrs .1. \V. Braytoni, Poland,
N.Y.

Yesterday's arrivals at The Des-
pland include: H. Ballon, C. R. Smith,
Cadillac, Mich.; Mrs. C. J. Lewis and
mother, Montgomery; Mrs .E. D.
Wolffe, Albany, Ga.; Mrs. G. W.
Corn(=ll, Americus, Ga.; Mrs. Maxwell
Fisher, Detroit; Mrs. S. J. Simims,
Miss Simmrs, Georgia Zavoni, New
York; Mr. and IMrs. .1. M. Maring,
Miis Lizzie Maring, MAluncie. Ind.; Mr.
and Mrs. \'j'man F'.. Arlen, HlartfoiJrd,
Conn.; Mr. and Mrs .1. 1H. Townsend,
IPhil:adllph;s': 11. lPond. Rochester. N.
York..

Re('nt arrivals at The, Austin: .
\V. .lenniniss aII d wife, Kno'.ville;
Tenn.; .. 1". KliiM s. l.a ('i'Cro.se,
\Wis; I: l'icrc., Mayt)riid.e. South
Dakota; D. C(. (,uthrie and \wife.
Philadelphia; M. \XVoescott and danuh-'


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Coyote and Jack Rabbit.
The speed of the jack rabbit has al-
ways been proverbial among Western
men, like the speed of a coyote. In a
straightaway race it is claimed that
the jack rabbit but he usu:allyv fals : a vitil, to the
coyote's superior i Tth'lli en'e. The fa-
vorite coyote i*oltli- for catIIuF ':1t111 jt- 't
rabbits is tfor ,:wi of th' i, i !:," t.,
start a jack ald a tiu.l t)o ;ihe \\,;- ,
keeping the vi-'tiii th,, ,.:. 'i 1
the other tc.o te i'>v d, ,l'w '' ,.:,! "
aw'alitil.l t.e ai, of li, )f "
Thie jitk r:ti ,. -
range will run '.r''-'. !. :tl '
Cop -tes c'iel-t (*;li -1 \\\ r1.'
Before Ionlig tl;.t, v~i'.i'it \\ ii;, I 'i o .
the l'aIce from')i x !;i-l li ste ;rtt',]. :'.41
there (coyot,' N-. 2. 2 fr,-li :>,:l1 ['.A !
for a shirt s;'i';!. \\ ill s\\o,,p <.\v.;
upoi hini i ldI t l.."! divide tlie t 1-':
with the coyote tlhat ha:s (lont tle :I,
i tual.chasiing.--New York i'ress.


Hunting Truffles as Sport.
Quite apart from the interest o(
.....r ,, th intiirilist thle temptatI :c,


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"Do not be a plodier." my the writ-
t- w-bo tell 1bow b o sUcceed I nife.
I object
It In the plodder who wing.
The power of the slow, sure. patient.
persistent plodder Is the force that
does thifigs.
Most young men nPed to learn tbhe
secret of that power. They are in
lined by temperament and teaching to
grow tired of patient progress and to
try the short cut to success.
Plodding is a habit of mind that


needs to be learned.
Watch the construction of a
dam or a big stone building. A
goes up at a time and slowly.
may scarcely note the changes
day to day. Yet constantly the
apP-" aches to completion.
Remember bow the constant


great
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One
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ping of the water wears awf.y tihe
stone.
SOr how the little snowball grows
Let such Ideas sink deeply into yamr
mind. They will finally betwotne ;a i >i!-
of the machinery of yir thiiia:
Then put them into pr!w tice. C,(, I"h
fully followed sich a nn 'KIep ri,:.; e \\;!1
be worth n : tluuk ::tml t!o,:in- i: ,;i. ..
or ten tholusandlll res,trini s
Genius itself is only :I re:wi's t
work.
To learn how to plod one i;i>-t l,:irn
to love his work-the joy of duirii
The pleasure is not in the completion.
but in the planning and working--tbvhe
planning to plod and the plodding.
And-
Do not forget the power of plodding
is cumulative-that is to say. the more
you plod the easier it becomes and the
more it counts.
Edison, the brilliant inventor, is a
plodder-no less. The successful man
Is always patient with routine.
Teach your boy to plod.
And point out to him that plodding
is but another word for pluck.
The boy is impatient, impulsive.
Plodding at his task is the only way
he can steady himself. You owe it to
your boy or girl to show how it may
be done.
And the courage of it!
The plodder goes steadily on through
bright and through cloudy weather, up
and onward, though the way be nar-
row and full of thorns. The band does
not play. The tumult and the shout-
ing die, but the plodder plods on.
. [iail-to the plodder:
You cannot keepl) him from his goal.


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ai ways directed to wait for his chumm
to come down to breakfast. Jiunym
i not come. -1.ip noticed that the
father and mothr@ looked *Xisa, and
the dog was himself correWSoudirgly
worried. He ran this way and that
way. butting his nose against. a door
that confined him. and when a maid
opmewd It without thinking Zip sprang
I through and ran upstairs into Jisizs
room. There lay Jim I bed looking
red and hot. His mother was bending
over him anxiousoly. Zip sprang up
On to the bed. The mother ordered
im off, but one look from Jim
changed her Intention, anid she per-
mitted Zip to remain.
But Zip had to go when the doctor
came and was kept out of the room for
the rest of the day. In the morning
Jim was a little better, and his Christ-
mas dog was let into his room and up
on to his bed. where be licked the
boy's baud. looking at him with mel-
ancholy eyes. as though his heart
would break. But he was not permit-
ted to remain long. Jimmy was too
Ul, Indeed, there were times when he
probably did not know that his pet
was with him. Zip was put outside.
but renmainedl at the door, looking up
wistfully as Ieople went in and out.
as if for a bit of comfort as to his
friend's .couditlon.
Jimmy grew worse, and it seemed
that *-he would pam away shortly be-
fore the dying year. Tfiday before
Cristwmas after the doctor's morning
call Zip saw Jimmy's mother In tears.
She bad been told that the crisis
would take place during the next
twenty-four bors. Zip eould not be
driven from the woor all day. la the
evening be saw by the xpresson on
the faces of those nursing Jimmy that
iomsthng important was taking place.
It was 7 o'clock. TMe dinner table
was set below In thedlatlg room. On
the ldebdird wm-a-dish of fruit, in-
duding some Malaga grapes But DO
eae seemed Inclined to eat, and the
loom w= dmrd. Tba dore of Jim
my's bedroom opened, and a trained
sum came out. A tow minutes later
n hbemoad UD oB tdhe lk boy's bed


JO bowtarnd a-*_K` S Ikb
:11 "Jim.' ow Ow- a s~m knob 8a'
,ow e athb ~k OaW abell MaW
ft tbq .djs'-uSlg reoo
vNiculle u a owmemt.Mr. Hoetct*.
q*"tw-"be id& stepping into ttu
VOW reom ald proeeewia to bold this
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fimet om br Ira W
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I, s th Immorta oe*
+lilm +lTl Vn ti st aa4 lolin Us M .
lowt tthe 16 06 d e
d IS W ohat be .eelltd In.
e^ M. newe bad a dull moment il.
ifticompny.He was always late for
pber, arranging the Immortal lock
%ee hrj air to itx proper place asa B
4a linto the room, with aeoto~et.]
|M4 eacinm~ am oe of themD ta...?4


I bt A knew that they were not.
Wbeevetr be was therewould be a cir-
cle listening to him. and his ringing
lagb would be heard all over the
room as he sent his shafts right and
lft Into the Joints of the armor of
those who were attacking him. It was
a great surprise and almost a shock
hbee be appeared as a benedict."

Hew Eskimots Mesur e Time.
Writing of the Eskimo methods of
mGNurig time in a region of six
mouths 4ay or night. Harry Whitney
In Outing says:
"The Eskimo divides his periods into
sloepes' but a sleep does not designate
by any means the civilized measure of
day and night. It is, in fact, a very
uncertain term. Often we traveled
from twenty to thirty hours without
rest. Now there was no night, and I
so far lost count of time that I was
not at all certain of dates. Our single
marches with the succeeding "sleep
not infrequently covered a full forty-
eight hours, or two ordinary days.
The object of these extended marches
was to take advantage of good weath-
er and general conditions or because
no safe or convenient, camping pla,-e
presented itself iu the interim."

Two oi a Kind.
There is something about the char-
acter of mulea that makes their own-
ers at times almost equally stubborn.
In'the Washington Star this dialogue
oncerning one if not two such animals
S, reprted:
"Why don't you get rid of that
muter
"Well sub." answered Eratua Pink-
let, I bates to give in. If I was to
tade that mule off he'd regad It as a
po,,m v,,ory. He's beooFs tryt' fob
de las' sx weeks to got rid o' me."


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Rev. Herman G. Porter went to St.
Augustine. yesterday, to remain over
Sunday.

*POUND--'mbre'la Call oa Mar-
ahal Mevere and nay for this notice.


Col. Willis E. Ragan, a prominent
merchant of Atlanta, Ga., is visiting
in this city and finds Daytona a very
attractive place.

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


Mr. and Mrs. Seward Moyer, of
Fort Plain, N. Y., joined the Fort
Plain contingent in this city Wednes-
day night. They expect to remain
for a montl? or six weeks.

*Automobiles stored at reasonable!
rates. Saratoga Inn Garage. d-Fbl-tf


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'i THR WRATHRR.
f ;- r at iot Floria: Rain to.
pg t r awb y;, warnwr.

.The Chrstian Scientists are now
olding their services in the Palmetto
|t } clubhouse, which they have rented
' for that purpose until next fall.

Miss L. C. Morse, who is teaching
in th( public school at Holly Hill,
went from this city to Cocoa last
night to j(in her mother and sister
for today and Sunday.


S**Educated young woman desires
position as governess or will taka
care of children. Good recommenda-
tions. Adress X. Y. Z.. care Daily
News office.

Sn.-'. S nglto Smith, %Qho has
Been visiting with C. N. Pence and
Family, on South Palmetto avenue,
Sdeparted this morning on her re-
turn to Mil',aukee, Wlis.

Asa Pa'ae departed this morn-
6 tor ]inneapolis, Minn., called
North by business interests and
&. .Vp-c to reruiru this sea-
son. Mrs. Paine and children will
remain here, however, until some-
time in May.

B. L. Armstrong, who received a
new Maxwell touring car last Sat-
urday, is. expecting next week a
24-horse power Maxwell runabout.
SMr. Armstrong disposed of his 12-
horse power red Maxwell to a gen-
tleman at Ormond.


Mrs. Frances Brayton, Mr. and Mrs.
S. K. Brayton and friend, Mrs. Julia
Judson, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bray-
ton, of Poland, N. Y., who were at
the Stillman in the early part of the
season, returned from the south this
week aRn will le at this house for
Sthe remainder of the season.

**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'S, Bayard, Fla.
25-3t


Sex era: members of the Carnival
Company imbibed too freely yester-
day afternoon and were arrested by
Marshal Myers for disorderly con-
duct. They gave bonds for appear-
ance in the Mayor's Court this morn-
ing, but forfeited their: bonds by
failure to show up and the city is
that much ahead.


Mrs. U. S. Tabor, who came over-
Mrs. A. S. Chase went to Palm from DeLand Sunday to remain for Mrs. I. N. Terry and Miss
Beach yesterday afternoon for a few several days with her mother, Mrs. L. Sherrill, of Utied, N. Y.,
days visit with a friend at that Vlace. D. Pitcher, following the departure guests of The Islington tor a
iof her brother on Monday, returned ',he ladies are cousins of Rev,
.. ,to DeLand yesterday afte.-noon.
**WANTED-teacher, morning hours to DeLand yesterday afternoon. Sherrill, of Hkoopeston, Ill., who
Address, P. 0. Box 52. d-It a winter home on Volusia av
S*A Welch 6-cylinder, 7-passenger' i hey have been making a tou
Mr. and rs. H. Mers. of Du. touring car for reft. Phone 112, Sar- the continent and expect to go
Mr. andM rs. aied .ters-atoga Inn Garage, George P. Des- from here, probably as far as
luth, Minn., arrived yesterday after- 'jardines..25-
noon for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. -,
A. H. Kling, on Magnolia avenue. Mr.' an e, Mr. a \W Ross, wife and daui
isa nephew of Mr. ,ln .,ll. r1 .ndN ls.eler and Mr. and .s ..
Myers is a nephew of Mr. Kling. ,I ,_. _- V. -. sl s M1amit- arri%'-tlv.d ;it


DONT PRGE5 --. are [Jayto.,.w ri'ilrSr. They aro per-
M iozial friIexA sl o (bf riz.T A. Hlodse tt


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or: te very now MAd sFirlt of
bote. iso there i Is -It the d"m
6th..1 Bletwuet membl.s of tMhat
marble mnanso of trade it neeurities
=B New YorkVs famous Brad street Do
paper writing puMwes certifying tu tbr
b1tdWng obligatios of a transaction. In
the very flereest rush afid niddeft vor-
tex of the wild corner a word, a odO
the merest sign, amply suffies. What-
ever it may lead to-Irreparable Ioem.
ruin, bankruptcy, no matter-the deai
is closed. 1 am not professing to be an
apologist for whatever crimes may be
committed in the namO of honor. I
simply record the fact. to be easily
verified, that the dealings on that ex-
change are "on honor." Thb Corinthian
fairnesss of its pillared and entabbia hired
front Is not shamed -by the constant
and consistent uprightness of the traIf-
fic within.-Christian Regitter.


A Tragedy In Writing-
Illegible handwriting, which has giv-
en rise to so many comedies. led to
a tragedy In the case of Baeber. a
musical enthusiast of the last century
who devoted several years to the com-
position of a history of Viennese mu-
side. His task finished. be submitted
the manuscript to the Austrian Im-
perial academy, which he had been led
to believe would defray the cost of Its
publication. After three months, hk
manuscript was returned. Despite
their best efforts the members bhad
been unable to decipher t. Bacher
then endeavored w have his work
copied, but every proeaifonal copyist
who undertook the task bad to comfs
himself baffled. He thereupon at-
tempted dictating the work, only to
find that even he could not decipher
It, and, heartbroken at the discovery
that his years of toll had proved fruit-
less he attempted suicide and finished
his days In a lunatic asylum.
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Her Cab. .
Mary Ann of Lancaster Gate. base
ment. was having a week off and bad
ayed bckat little native vil-
lage in anTynmetro"11n-Ttpa tnt and
feathers.
It was a very little native village.
and Mary Ann, after her many months'
service in town, didn't think so very
much of It. Even James. the stntlon
porter and her old sweetheart, seemed
hopelessly insignificant, and. Instead of
staggering him with the kiss'that he
exectxed tej hd bin' up and down,
comparing im wItn a certain gente-
man whose acquaintance she bad re-
cently made and who wore plush
breeches and silk stockings.
"Porter." she said grandly, "do yon-
know if there Is a cab here to convey
me and my luggage homee"
"Well. I don't know about a cab,"
responded the staggered yokel. "but
there's yer mother outside wl' a bar-
rer!"-London ,-eroao. __. ..
-., jInswulted
"Have you !Ived in this t!ownl very
long. Miss Sear?"
"Of course not: Do I look vid
enough to have lived anywhere very
long?"


His Obligations.
"I owe Pjenks a call."
"Going there this evening?"
"No. You see-er-that isn't all I
owe him.'--Cleveland Ieader.


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Telephone 53.


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