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DAITOMA, FLORIDA.- FRIDAL FEBRUARY 18, 1910
NkVLLE H. CLARt
EYES tSTZD-S-XRUnm iTT -1
ofif sa&mom-W. 6%opow
~ S~a" Uhs I&&.
- Lr iY.
IMS arrived in
bere for sev-
i about the
M-- the plants
polats but the
Sto 70 per cent
f iteries are in
SAW the pines
**WT than usual
|fms In advance
AOW said that be
Sa the prettiest
rUTI3L ATTEMPT MADE TO RUSH
JAIL AND LYNCH TWO NEGRO
PCK-POCKETS AT CAfRO.
CAIRO. I.. Feb. 1S-Mobs who
ag liking the jail to lynch two
SpI-pockets ,were fired on by
4) shfrWs posse today and one
" klled and four wounded.
Yt. mldtla has been called out tby
GemwO Deneen and is now guard
TI%*mobs were dispersed by a
pg before the arrival of the
Mhu man killed was Joe Alexander
HafMay; wounded: Sam Wessenger,
John Malonmey, George 'Walker and
Gor. Denseen today closed all sa-
loons. The adjutant-general an-
aon ed tht additional troops will
arrive t O tternoon.
YOUNG LADY KNOWN HERE
WEDDED IN CALIFORNIA.
The marriage of Miss Florinda Mar-
ion Luce, of Grand Rapids, Mich., to
Glen Herbert Downs occurred on
Jan. 2th, at San Diego, California.
Mr. and Mrs Charles Augustine
Luce have spent several seasons
in Daytona and cards announcing the
marriage were received yesterday.
SYNDICATE TELLS ITS
SIDE OF THE STORY.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 18-Represen-
tatives of the Morgan-Guggenheimi
syndicate today before the Senatet
Committee on Territories for the
first time gave their side of the Alas-
kan syndicate operations.
They declared that the syndicate
financed all its ventures and has not
taken anything from the public.
The ever popular little co(Iledians,
The Lyman Twins. are to be seenll
here soon in ; brand new up-to-date
musical show, "'Thlie ri Wininers.,
which from reports in other states
has more titan made gotod iand i- y
far the best \ eiicle froli a .sta lid-
point of dralati, %oiohi iii whIli, i!
ihese clever little liaugi hi make i ha\t
ever Leit f aplpe:tic i "ill;.-. it-\\ ,it
tracti(Oll :- p:odi<-t o i ;i .oi t A'( :'.
.2 U i e a\ 'a a~i~ii ha .:; ;t ;l i a-i a i .2:-
...ei lt \\ I, iU Ii 1; a l I a' I '
'. L.,. ;i 1 ,>; lit .'-1. iii ,:.; ; : 1 >1 : '* ;
i i i
:i; T i ^ 11 **i l" **"F
Ond hundred and sizty-eiiht sold since October
1, 1909, and no "kicks" yet.
What does this
Gruber-Morris Hardware Company
"HI you don't trade wilt we both le*se money."
.Carnival Week in Daytona...
The carnival spirit has charged the its size should excell larger near-by
air and is tingling in the blood of cities. But Daytona merchants have
old and young alike. The Maryland had years of experience in catering
Amusement Co. has its hippodrome! to the best, and go to the eastern
and its eight or ten booths stretch-. markets prepared to please their
ed on the river front parkage on class of patrons. And from the
Beach street. Afternoons and even- crowd that throng the stores and
ings they are holding forth to the
amusement of large crowds.
Daytona is given over to the conta-
gion of merry making, and it is dif-
ficult for the staid wage workers to
hold themselves level over their task
after the electric lights bead the tents
of the company, and the music, trum-
pets and blatant noise and glare in-
vite them into the open.
Daytona Is overflowing with vis-
itors, earlier this season than ever
before, and the promptness with which
they empty themselves into Beach
street afternoons and evenings since
tilthe (1 inll of the i l-MarIland Iller'ry
makers would at least indicate that
tihey were iiw~ ad 'aerse to4 being
tertaawi 1 i thlis way, wlietlir
til t, i'fl' (I11.O W h o''
TIhe're is nimusic ve' rv ''here fr llit
the thieapesti hand organ to tlie fille.-!
orchestral Imuisic, and the stores aind
shotw'.v window s are o(fierilig a lae%% ilder-
ili (Idisila\ of beautiful g
shops the business people of our city
must be making good for anything
that was lacking in the early part
of the season.
But about the carnival! If you do
not want to catch the spirit of it,
don't join the rollicking, feather tick-
ling, confetti throwing, jest making
and enjoying -crowd that surge up
and down both sides of Beach street
for there is no elixir that is more
insidious and certain in its uplift
than that of a multitude bent on
chasThg pleasure for the passing hour.
But why not let down for a few\ hours
anid see lift- as something else he-
sides ttlte ,hard l1read ae li bn utte"e ( qiu s-
ion or tihe ioolish achingg o(r Illorll '
liiont'y o1 lperihialps o,(wcial tlle (1or pO-
:tion. Perhaps it ls ja-st ai- \el
ntee ini a while to g;et intoi lth trily
.arnival spil'rit For(i'tet o)iu .1 et dig -
eity ()1 ai'g alid (loo()k ith tht l'\ l t-i
t sti ey of youthil at the bright,
'o( i.h lpat ll ralH.I Th -it ie a tilmie to
-I 't a1t. rlI I i Ut -
mucth so tiht tourist:- v::tiig I ayitoiia lautli i, and it f i
at'e i atl'" i surprised thliat a toa)\\n I1 tf e- I'.
Handsome Trophy Donated by
The Daily News [or the D
-.- -- n U iOA
2 10 0 2
JACKSONVILLE TIMES UNION
WILL PROBABLY OFFER AN.
OTHER SPEED CROWN.
Five trophies are yet needed to
make up the prizes which are to
award the winners of the different
races on the program for the Day-
tona Beach antomobile speed carnival
scheduled for March 22, 23 and 24.
For the two-milea-a -minute speed
king race it is probable that the
a replica of the magnificent gold
speed king crown given in 1906. The
matter will be decided by tomorrow;
afternoon and there is every indica-
Lion that the doners of the trophy!
won by Victor Demegeot, of Paris, by
driving his 8-cylinder Darracq in
,58 4-5 seconds, will again hang up
the most highly prized trophy ever
given in the history of automobile
racing. The deed of gift will carry
with it the condition that the man
and car will have to break both the
mile record made by Marriott of
2S 1-5 and the two-mile record made
by Demegeot of 58 4-5. Both Ralph
l)ePalma, the 200-horse power Fiat
pilot, and Barney Oldfield, owner of
the new 200-horse power Benz, de-
clare that it will be the easiest task
of their lives to breeze a couple of
miles faster than the Frenchman
For the stock car racte- five tro-
lphie.s will have to( het dontiated by
lo(al eltl[huil:asts, and th, [aily News
will head the li>t y Offt'erini- the
iian .ol,- e tropl)hy li s ol !i 1 in the illus-
tration shm\ ll (lit[;.t.ate
\\hu are thl (,th.r .,ii" individuals
V! f;ir tsi that \' ill 'a e thte other
u'PS Ilt-u 't''.s:tl ,( .,,ld ti' tli of the
;' at 'at \\i~ it1'-.: !iiii '' %\ tl a prize ('or-
thy or b'i iH -xlil.tv(e l as a rt'-.twardl
r a vi(-t(r N ,t,.r thtte t'eatest race
itm l ill t ilt \ ord I .,
T!k L-,i ,( 1 'a !it-l. i;i tle hands
[ [ i.* t'-ti '- liltoiard ot tLhe American
\iiti, )!itil, \-; :a,(t l, !i tit l 'a ill he
.ltiioi.. fti ,1t -,i'In a the t 'haitrm an
Ii,' i'," t It>. i; t '" .- I '^ tt"m s and
<, Ilid~tioii^ ,< !'' ,.: ti ? .*'., *! ; i'.ttf as
THE WHiTE HOUSE
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SOUTH CAROLINA SENATOR1 HM
BEEN UNCONSCIOUS ALL DAV%
AND DEATH IS FEARED.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 18-TrbeoO
edition of Senator Ben Tilman tU a"
ternoon is declared to be SredU
He has been unconscious all day aa4
it is feared he will not recover.
The worst collapse occurred WOO&
nesday but it was not thought 40
ious at that time.
AT CONGREGATIONAL CHUWIk
A stereopticon lecture cW
will be given at the Congregat1O-.
Church by E. K. Snell, bejtnnbing s
Feb. 22 and including March 3, 10
17 and 28 and April 7. The =
tures will be from personal obeerN.
tions with illustrations, of Yeowes
stone Park, Yosemite Valley and thb
ANNUAL MUSICAL SESSONR
Vf THE PALEIISI Ci,
DEVOTED TO IWTERESTnF IPAK
PER ON GERMAN FOLK SONQG
TO THE PRESENT TIME.
T'*he' club calendar ga'e Thursday
afternoon u. the annual musical, but
the usual musiical program was not
given. instead Miss Klieb was en.
gage,. to give ani interesting papT
in German Folk Song, which she Ulu.
treated with songs from the ninth tO
the pitste century. Miss Klieb ha4
a fti.e voi.' ,anid thoroughly under-
.-t'lo d l t'r subje t.c
Mlr>.. M. tiU-toll, sc.-t 'Ad vice preasi-
(ilt-ir itrt-,.ditld in a d-'lihtful mau.
I: (~i'~t~i hon soiannounce4
*I ia c I twpart iierit %% ould give
P'-tk. Fair (o1, tiiv U.wthi for the ben-
iti 11:-i tl ak*ifc-e or
d' n'ti till:- ('01 iiiiWit'.1, 'N1w" k,. also ar.
1'i*-*-*U, it-,, I-It a. .1 that all
2 I.~ alanttee
T. 3. MUgerald 1.F. oatem
FITZCvFRALT-D & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Special FaciUties for Examining
and Perfecting Land Titles
Office In Oonrad Building. 'Phone 1ii
RIGHT GOODS AT
Disposition to Treat You Right.
Le VUs B Your Jewelers.
L H. ROWE & CO.
Beach Automobile Speed Larnival.
A i i Cl I'l I I *t I
TIMM s wsmr Sof t o
Ew Lf PIC
By L. C. DENAREE.
One of Dattoma's crowning glo-
ries is her inooquplrable beach. No
one who ever set foot upon Its
smooth, packed sands; no one who
ever pedaled a bicycle over its ez-
M We. ErmPrO a panse; no one who ever drove a
--1---:-O-- prancing pair ot horses and listen-
-~ 'ed to the popping of their steel shoes
LING WA!! I
C^luuSE LAUNDRY Iupon its asphaltum-like face; no one
t EK&M5TMMT, DATMOiNA, MLIRIDA. who ever steered a high-power au-
IbShirt ...... 12 Night Shirta...... 10 itomobile down the broad stretch of
lno skirts...... An WooSn bhirts ....101
hhs ..... 8 Undershirts .......RI s wave-washed and surf-packed sand
StrScosarstt:..... wocsperpeir .... S but realized that it is a world-beat-
Calln or Ouffs.. 1 Handkerchiefs.. er, a world-wonder. Go stand upon
Alp ladies Clothes at corresponding prices. this wide speedway and see the hap-
^*^^m^*^*O*OnuO uJO-O f py souls flit by in joyous mood, and
answer whether this is not one of
I QUIGGS' BAKERY the seven modern wonders.
t PRODUCERS OF THE The Placid, Pellucid Halifax River.
S PERFECTION OF Where think you is water with more
S RAKETR GOODS pictt.resque surroundings? Nearly a
_____YGOOD 0 mile %w'de. fringed with tropical vege-
------- station, artistic cottages with roomy
Z a---aS~.. .-0"-"I 1nue verandas looking out upon her bosom,
1b r B- gamey food fishes in countless num-
Ral--_. llil.ibe" tbere are Bar- m
2 I bers .wkoning, as it were, to those
g -sU0 a C with rod and reel; her bosom fleck-
No15 S EXhachGE t t. ed with duck and coot and snowy-
I No. 216 1North Beach Str~e*t. 0
Free Lemonst in Embroidery and 0 winged sea birds, which sit about as
Stamping. if for the sport ot bobbing upon the
S--------U.---- -OOS 4OU waves; watch that lubberly old
aa-****---- -OO ** white headed pelican pouch a fat
"-"--" -* mullet, and that fish hawk struggling
S MAcS BREAD upward with his floundering load he
TUE UEAL STUFF F
MACS CAFE 0
K TmE REAL THNG
=_-l-_ =-- :----- O--OnO-O-
TOMOKA RIVER and
I NEW SMYRNA
UNCLE SAM ad CHEROKEE
LArmest, Fastest. and Excellent Ser-
vice. L. E. ELLEKNWOOD, Mgr.
1-- U --.-WW W~
FOUR CYCLE 0
LA X Marine Engines
SH. C Thompson, Agent
S4Deionstrating engine Cdii it* -*.'n itt
Snany tin,. Phone W2. U
E. T. PITCHER
North Beach St., Daytona, Fla.
CALL FOR MY CIGARS
9Clear Havana Smokers 5c.
iOOmmoooo eOe m nououno
F Contractor and Builder
Designer and Craftsman
i ln,'-. Plitns and Sp-<'lt1ti
So(n Short Notic. .
1 IAYTOINA. F- DlRRII1A.
a Filling and Grading
Heavy Hauling a Specialty.
O..O.-.. no*@"* @e *wU-O OnO
----ld-d-nd--n-----d-n --n ndw d
snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick
and span, their hampers and lockers
bulging with refreshments both solid
JOHN M. SHEELEY
A Spea dub of
Orders May BLeft at Rewes
AUTO OWNERS, ATTENTION-
We are about to enjoy another rise in
Rubber. Dent you think It will pay yoU
now to Investigate the merits of Vuloaniz-
ing. With proper work you get one-third
more mfleage---quite an Item at the present
time. Practical work done at THB VUL-
CANIZERS, COTTAGm Avu.qru, Wn. 8.
FISK TIRES for FLORIDA ROADS
FOUND AT LAST
A place on Beach Street where
you can get Hot Chocolate that's
made right and served with Whip-
ped Cream 5c a cup.
T. F. CURTIS & SON
See Dunn Bros.
I and liquid ready for a cruise upon th
beautiful surface. Take out your flel Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G.
i glass and sweep the river from Daytona Offie( over Gille's PlutriIacy, hours
Ormondg bride to Ponce Park 2:AW to 4:00 p. in.
light house, then say whether the Nose, Throat, Lands and Rhumatism treated
SHalifax isn't a thing of beauty and by the Eleetre-Theros-Viratory Method.
a joy forever, and one of the modern aytona Bah fic In The Van Valzah
Block, hours :t to 1u:twia. an. M4pecihl hours
I wonders. by appointmInit.
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridge-
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest DR. F. H. HOUGHTON
1 of a broad ridge, straight as the crow
Sflies and the wide spreading branches .LD entlst a
of the heavy-trunked live oaks ex- M
M (Mice inPek Block-0
Send their giant arms across the mag- PION% :y wt,..t Enid south 'Bridi1, 0
ifricent vista, forming an arch, and ******onooO*O **..Oen*Ii
froilU these extended arms great fes- m- -
toons of Spanish moss sway as the
trade winds from the tropic seas OSTEOPATHY
Sfan them Looking straight ahead idutDR. J. C. Hermann
(ir* duati,.Undor A. T. ,Still, fotndcr of
down this white shell street one has *- e.t.hopathv it Kirkville. Misouri.
.. -. ,, NINKTFH EtKAKN IN IKAYTO)NA
the impression of a fairy path with NI.ii n bEA94N i., AYTA.NA
lAK-citedl Oil Volltlitn AlVviltc, 2 door-, O
elfish draperies, but as you move w. ,to(fC Bta(ch St..itvthe2it-;
a g d 'Phon,, 4 1 Lady at tcUidant
along and cast an eye first to tWe @* *O OO**** *l*
right and then to the left you see dis-
tinguished cottage homes in the most *noloon eno eDOnl@ emoDODo
SdtlightfuI settings. E. L. STEWART
S See the glistening leaf of the grand O Physician and Surgeon
magnolia which nature has varnished x-ray and High Frequency
...I. in X-ray and nigh Frrequency
as no artists' brush ever could; and NpJ.
I the cabbage palms with their burdens .. .1 d
I 41 ~ l, .thi oll %Itg t of\ '- ([1'. i
I or sholvy fruit and swayiing palms; n
see, tit,. lovety holly \. ith its exquis-n- ..... ..
Site berry; see the climbing vines **************************
run riot in the trecs; see the cryp- s
1 -._M S. H. GOVE
to,;1.uons forms x\hich gain a foot-
S, .. ARCHITECT, BUILDER 0
I( hold 0o1 the greatI oaiks a ml stately .... -
plN and CONTRACTOR 0
S *ut nco"' ;iti l 't1 .- \. ,, ,
pallis-, and surelyI Vyol will join illn 0, i, t
the chorus and sitay that thiLs is a l .< :1 1 \ <;
world wonder for betauttv '
Surpassing Beauty of Our Cottage
No one of D)aytona's attract ions, 0 0
perhaps conlil-fnds inore nearly uni- D.D. & C.M.ROGERS
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E. Do AUILLSS
3u do 7 v r
TIC,, at, 4 1111 'to
F~)Iael it tc(' 1 t .t* jliI '.
lot li roadlsand the .'e 'Iu ar W~t'vi -.
K. L Waggoner
Lots o all streets
in town; also river
and ocean sites.
superficial observer. With such lav-
ish wealth of natural beauty it be-
came an easy thing for the hand of
man to give the finishing touches
which have wrought out the colors
and outlines of the big picture.
Man did all this in the laying out
of the streets with their wide margin
of parkage. The entire city becomes
a great park, with driveways inter-
seoting. 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
upright and knaw into the meat.
casting furtive, saucy glances at you
Flowers. Usually fresh and bloom-
ing the year 'round You are reminded
of Goldsmith's couplet where
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid
And summer's lingering blossoms
In one yard roses of varigated hues
predominate; another household has
a penchant for the poincetta and the
premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety
is the spice of life and here is where
you find it.
The birds flit in, and with their
joyous notes help to give fullness
and symmetry to the picture .
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits,
Daytona yields the palm to none for
quality and quantity per acre. There
are scores of citrus groves in prox-
imity to the city, branches bending
to the earth with their burdens of
luscious golden globes, which for
beauty, proflicacy and all desirable
qualities would truly astonish you.
The Fastest Autos and The Finest
The seventh world wonder, do you
ask? Come, whether from Missouri
or from Maine. from Kalamazoo or
"iimbu(kto, and you will be "shoe n.'.
Here is where the woriu s reco(.-.i r(
speed is broken with every recur':,t:-
sea(.so. Autos. the bi-^est, the tast
e st, and the finest t're (vi dailv parad
Snud the biig show is as tr.', a s the
;n' art '[ ni .i xx WV t',* r:'ti:,ai th" ttho;a- I
L.trilt> of tloU\ t If, +, 1 Ir ;-; ,t < ( >n-
t int u";s s-h ,\\ ; lh *1 1 '" i ';.; '" V hit'
I GOOD MEAT
S TI Hllk t toln I c m
mands. Besides hotels i^*^
houses there is ample cotlai
mrodation ior all winter
Seabreeze contains all
opera house and a
Church; at Daytona Beach is a|
Church. An excellent high
is', situated near the division 11,
teen the two towns. Both
have enterprisin- business
lihlmcuts. a- ,N evidenced Tby
Adverti'sements on the left ad
All the attractiveness of
pplie's to Daytona Beach, 0
town,. bei n so similarly
The development ot DaytOna
ha- be ull hen!uIomia a phMnoial
s-;ister on the north, and each y
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Six Acres of Park-
age. All Modern
Rates: $3.00 per
Day and up
t. Z. BUROICK
Six Acres of Park-It.
age. All Modern
Rates: $3.00 per
Daytona Fla.nd up
L. Z. BURDICK
C'ottagrec a --tweialty.
All work 4uiur-
-- -,^t -'"-t^
S XPR=Z M&3
fax PZninsuu, ars
municipalities. The m
the p- i a north un ana
r distance of from thm
to four miles, and
Swest from the -suri
Atlantic Ocean to the
the beautiful tide-was
sets thin apart frOm I l
which they have clee
by means of three brWidf -
a half-hour fary swy ^
Seabreeze and D ytE~o
mentially sUMaRW a"
sorts and are =na"g
new friends every yew 1
who desire to ape tm heC
ing extremes of heat as&
their hotels and
are now,"receT ving
age from the most
class of tourists.
The mean average
degrees in the summer
in the winter, with sa
extra rise or drop of a few
ation, marks this as oem
healthful locations ina &-
the country, north, mat,
The ocean itself, withifl
beach, hard as madcad
as a floor, is the tret i
although earth and air a"n
to have entered into a
to enhance its every
beach is the famous
course where every
away record has be=m nd
these records it coatin
without rivalry. ,
The sand of this famem
is composed largely of the
the coquina clam, which I
one-half inch long and
For ges Nature ham he-
them up, washing them i
surf and pulverizing them,6
under the microscope MW.d l
is round, unfit for mcrmh
say, because its smoth
its holding together, yet, a
contemplate, the very MoGMN
leaves the wet, apparently fJ
these round particles il
into a cement almost as
phalt, beyond the I
one who has not seen it .
unnecessary, as twice ead i
it is entirely rebuilt by B
The beach has a width of1l^1
feet, and can be used firom -H^^
after until two hours bhefl
thus giving an average o1Ij^^
eight hours for autoao~lk^ ^
part of each day. H
Seabreeze and Daytona
have a permanent pop
proximately 1500. Saui|^^
nances are strictly enforeL Int,
and sidewalks are well hH
;new streets are being ope]ed -A^
!as the increasing pop .,|
the tm pevy pslow
the place ad the trip
me by a automobile.
IM& 48a be
l l agrft pi- Wats by the
on Ob hotiAl
o ii us,ii tis thi pi i.o
lw a plos; this ren-low.
60 Lw suh pini ke. hefrins
9l%-w f the Oth riSpno
Io powerful Kingdom of
s il by an automobiles
Sptthe roof being of ythe
p4alS ut is this plabs of
|l|Miv ~ gadassui-- n4qA it,
|l&were enclosed by a stone
ytiors of w which still remain.
ra usually come in parties
IB7 and curious but the spell of
iM d whi falls upon them and
a te to sit alone, silent and
,in the arches or be-
Sacient weful KiLom of
S tsCORONA gpowhat
Ill soil. It was built
the roa4 being of the
qkziwi4 ,cut into thin slabs
ApMMerd with cemenat plaster.
wm enloedby a stone
I of which still remain.
Iiff usually come in parties
ilP/acur ions but the spell of
Wlosi- flls upon them and
-0 _Ite to sit alone, silent and
&W& -we, uner the arches or be -
it ancient well.
d dod on the peninsula opposite
hllyma and is connected by a
rnd ad bridge over the deep
of Indian River. Here you
put aside your conventional
Skk + l ... *i
Oldtut stand in town
NEW SMRNA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
The Best of Every-
thigin n Our Line
Is th- Pivee
M s. H. MO.LLER
M-i Hi forTri T nlents
NFWS1 Y R NYA
; l.' '1 I 1 _
m a" pitch 3Ur
but~~ rmmMd )o.n
mevw Ofyl Sth Akzo.
1. $u perwWWSW*N
Pain -American Ex-
West ladla ExMo~-
Expositton, St. rjout
E. C. ToOTAN
Palt and Smoked
IK+ <1 ,' Mi!.
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Beed, Knox and
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'ORMOND UEAOX L L Cm
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Boom" PromtIL 5.A.-WOO!)
4 Formerly Mkildred
On lUver Front
A First"Clas Mod-
era House; Rooms
Single or E Suite;
with or without .
Private Bath. Ser-
vice and Cuisine
A. M. WATSON
&jk~f^LM^. *.A *
f *Im 1' s ala ft- ipmk o
ridt .iu ia the rir, the
e0 utows is sprb aad idmo iw,
wi bhliues. A wme bridge o006
seca -Onaamd with Cor d U Beach,'
Many 6ta. rtideaces arele an-
taindm on eith waide of the river,:i
nmot of them eibelished with sub.!
tropical oam Wad shrbbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
The town is very cosmopolitan,
bas an excellent graded school, sev'
eran chudachz, a fine public library,
up-taoate places of business and
comfortable and convenient hotels
md boarding houses.
Ormond has many of the Florida
attst-tions-fine fruit, good fishing 1
excellent automobiling, safe boating,
salubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
SAt Ormond Beach is located the
' large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
sister, Bretton Ins. The former oc-
cupies a poitioa ov&looking thk
SHalifax River, while the latter has as
its outlook the magificent beach and
the brod Atlantic.
The walks in all directions an
Particularly attractive, and the" ar-
Sbors, shady and inviting spots and-
Sromantic nooks are crowded with
I rustic seats which are mute invita.
tions to enter into the enjoyment
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car.-
riage or autwmole-long drives and
short drives; drives through gloves
of golden .-aaes; drives t_.a
dense tropical forests to !w
ruins; drives to the ancilt* As
way built by the slaves qf phN00
of long ago, and drives toAthefk .'-.
tions of hospitable settles, whose
places are replete with the interest
of Southern fruits and flowers. :.
One of these interesting P$ata-
tions is Numgb NMae, Ilovatedi 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
Moundgrove, one of the finest orange
I roves in this section of Florida.
Moundgrove is on the headwaters of
Sthe Halifax River and is amid pretty
* surroundings. The place is reached
by a good road [passing Number
Nine] aad is a drive all tourists may
PFTTPC AN :NS',tM TO LET-
LI A [IS Ai.+' ':-.1'(...; :Modern Iii-
Tv --- i \ ,",,,. ':ts: on Ri v r,
W .; t i i w F'. v *:.';Y t :iPrt(.Il. i
On the Ormoed
Road Half Mile
South of Ormond
Will PraUtle in
tat e and
It VolusiaL'; Rim
oo DBLAND, FLA.
-v* w Awa~4%
Are Produced at
is Established. No
Comment is Really
PICTURESQUE PORT ORANGE
OWNER of the BEST
IN PORT ORANGE
i Fine Truck Lands
I.t. I. I.\ OA F, 5tfc.,
, r tid\ t,,iA i, o'r
HO%. FS. h rs. Agt
S ltrt TLrLO&,C.
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
bc;t graded schools in Volu'la
county, two gcu,'cral stores, a real
estate agency ati, two orthree hotels.
A large nunmbr of tourists and
winter residents make Port Orangec
winter headquairtc-, one of the sCv-
Lots for Sale.
Ocean or River
4 'onv'i'11lit to .\1to
.iidil l:'>;-ul, .
.\ i|il'i' to
WIM. C. HOWES
AvTIF rl i
I "We Speak for
LANDIS & fISI
Attorneys at Law
Practicing In all
State and Federal
Special facilities for
STEWART & BLY
Isac A. Stewart
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Public
S il t*or Bart ain
tht- t to
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-at; a Carnegie Lihrr aaes vj
latiag a in.i iIn buildim&
eadosu-msut sand baft of m
"^"a- The UbMhwy is theI
Sbt dm GoIrimusadslIsy Lw so
Stu" oft f rida# M& m ateml
4m .vehmmaSciNW& U am
of the wsa of itbma9 010 ih 1
its furaishiAg., svpnssat aftlq$ -
of $Ul AMlbh a U a I a
the =a --btUal college
Is the 3*ou L
-)-- ,fu- -^m^-.-.,Iy^ I ^^.-
Nine huse of wmtdft p tetifyv^^ tf I Jti+
the :l. roll, t" -
great '^Oaage RMg.'aI PaMMa^^C
nty ptist, Eio an h-
onages anod rsen adern iPs-
c-op -from ths vici-ty bia 04m,
30%=00 boz- 0" ~. Ma VI
pluus Pa maw ism,
and otber fruim*as growa ia pkeaty. ALL
la the way of public improv-eIts IF f
ane mamy mlls. of Nue shenl roads, an
'TCellW't hlh Nool, electric llgh obI
a system of "WaWriks that is owand sJR j
and op"ated by the city, supplying rai
the p"w"twater at tittle cost.
Nine houses of worship testify that
DeLand is a church-going comm'-i A L I
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth-
odists (Northern and Southern), Pres- The
byterians, Christians and Catholics,
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
The graded school offers a ten
years' course, and the building which
it occupies is newly furnished
throughout, and is one of the most
commodious and best equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DeLand
is made by automobile in a little
over an hour, and there are many
pretty drives in the vicinity of the
county site. A good road leads to
DeLeon Springs, five miles, a historic
spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
bubble from the earth every minute.
From DeLand automobiles go south
to Osteen, 18 miles, on shell and
marl roads; the St. Johns is crossed by
ferry near Osteen and cars can then
continue to Sanford and Orlando by
hard road. There is a shell road
from DeLand to Orange City, five
miles, and a good road from DeLand
to Lake Helen, a like distance.
BOND SANDSTONE BRICK CO.
.MlitI l iu n.'i ti 1"' I"
iLight (Granite, Buff, Red and1
1 1 Wp,' \ -'L I '! ni 4 ,1 :, -
I \ K ; !tK I. \ t [ \.
Largert Stock ot
South of Jacbnvill
Buggtes and Surr yi
lrt:r.,\N D, FLA+
4ii. \- B. WRlmHT
!:t liit t'r
K. .V K!. ,HTJM.
Wright & Wrightl
A~ ~w arbit ~tis MuSiA.
*6 htenss a firstolam sour*
WWL' Wt hom the iwholesme home.
" ly wft and the equally wholesome,
WThd top and folding seat;
bea1iful goods In boxes. You'll be
iproel.d at the prices.
?W. F. GILLE, Jr. & CO.
'The Prescriptiom Druggists.
RATONA AUTO T-ANST C.
njJiy f- BIPLANE AND *. >-, *
2.MONOPLANE AT LOS ANGELES,
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In_ hs ftinMWLghts at Los Angeles during the first aviation meet held In America Louis raulhan, the represent.
% U, of wFrench experts. used a monoplane similar to the one in which Blerlot crossed the English channel and
Sk WIN* c0tructed on the plans of Henry Farman. Both his record flight for height. in which he ascended 4,14e
%aM hk s ros country trip, when he flew more than twenty-three.miles and return, covering forty-seven and
~-In I hour 2 minutes 42 4-5 seuos, were made In the biplane. According to the report of the treats
Sthe Los Angeles meet was a great success. The daily attendance averaged 30,000, and the receipts were close
t(o $M.=a day.
THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Published every evening, except Sun-
day. from Decembor I to April 1, by
THE GAZETTE-NEWS 00.
T. E. FITZOBRALD, fjitgr-Manager.
C. S. HARRXIS, City Editor.
Geo. F. CRoucH, BSuptrlntendent.
Entered as second-class matter De-
ceminber 1. 1909, it the post office at
Daytona. Florida, under the Ac$ of
March 3, 1879.
HOLLY HILL I DAYTONA B D
HOLLY HILL, Feb. 16-Mrs. Dav. f
enport went on Sunday to Jackson-
ville to meet Miss Perry and otherI V
friends, returning with them by auto **********-O*O0****
ion Tuesday, after remaining all night
Sat St. Augustine. "
i Mr. and Mrs. Eckerson and baby_ 0 t
girl, from Englewood, N. J., accom-
panied by the Misses Dill, arrived'I St
on Sunday to spend some weeks with Large tre
Mrs. Balmer the mother of Mrs. Eck-
ersoBn. e c0 B
Rev .Abercrombie held services heort .B .eac h Stn
en Sunday afternoon. U
Amongst our visitors were Rev. Me-. iT
Grath, of Ormond, Bishop Gray, Mr. ; No orlMA
and Mrs. Milligan, Mrs. John Milll-'*
gan and Mrs .A. Hand. OP
Dr. Crow left last week for Jack-: RE
A perfect and most economical fuel Owr
and Stationery Gunlb
SFor sle at
Why is it there are so few gen-
tlemen drivers of autos? It would seem
so from the absence of courtesy
of our lady riders met an auto in a
narrow part of the road; she turned
to the extreme edge of the bank but
that did not satisfy Mr. Chauffeus,
he wanted that little bit more, though
there was plenty of room on the other
side, so the insignificant cyclist was
compelled to fall off down the bank.
Is driving an auto like learning to
ride a bicycle? Do you have to run
over any object that appears on the
KINGSTON, Feb. 17-Mrs. E. S.
Manuel, of \Waxahachee, Texas-, ar-
rived on th.? 11th, from Bartow, where
she has been visiting relatives, and
will be guest of her sister, Mrs. M.
J. Davis, the rest of the season. Mrs.
Manuel is always gladly welcomed by
her many friends inii Kingston on her
annual visits here.
0 me me. ueueu.m.uemuin.m
Dixie Flyer and South
Lv Jaceksonii lle' A. 4'. L. 4:15 pin Lv Janc
Lv Waycro~ss. A.4'. 1 .. .......]: 15 pm *I-v W
Ar Macon,G. S. & F ............ 3:49 am Ar 3#e
Ar A t Inntsa. C. of ...... :50 a m Ar Atlam
Ar ('ha~ttanoogn. AN. A ......1:02 am Ar KnDO vis
Ar NaivshvtlIlle. N. C'. & Mt. 1, 3:10) pm Ar Corbin.
Ar St. IA)uIs1. LC 7:241 t nAm .r IoulsINWiM
Ar Hopkinsv-i~ll. L.& N..... 5:i~4 pm Ar Ind
A r Heniderson, IL.& N... .4:15 p~in Ar f.Axtn~s
Ar Evnii-iville. L~.& N .. :46 PillAr COwl=s
Ar Tt-rre H-autv, E. L~ T. If. I: )am -
Ar ('hlvae,1.A.(.i&E. L. t:4am -%r Ri
Hnd Chicago. Ar C.
Puinma H I b raw ing 1R0oo1m Ivetplitiz Mt-; olid train
'onch.'s amid Rzaggtmg.' Car*. .Pull 1tint, n nti. Puliumma
Klet-pi tit-,('a r%' Jxio'k'.Ojvi I I" ~id1141 4. a~nd lBa ggage Oh
I liinig (':x rs'Atl Iaiit.L.i a adE~ anviicl.. Curs to ChicagesM,
For reservations or other information, conmu .icase woh
A. W. FRITOT, Div. Pass. Ag A<
HARMON CLIFTON AWOKE THIS
MORNING AND FOUND NOTHING
CAPTURED LARGE SAWFISH
WHILE MOTORING ON BEACH.
An auto party of guests of The
Howard, consisting of A. E. Donnelly,
A. Geiger, H. S. Cunnington and Ray-
mond F. Brown and son, Norman,
had quite an adventure on the ocean
beach, Thursday afternoon, in the
capture of a large sawfish which
had followed a small fish into shoal
water, while trying to catch it.
Th( gentlemen jumped from the
autonmobile and rushing into the surf
;succeeded in landing both pur.-suor
Real Good Steak.
"We can't eat this ste:ak: it's n,,t
good!" complained a young man who.
was spending his honeyuiooin iin ;
"Ye're surely jokiL', sir." said th,-
landlord of the inn. "It anun ii'deea
be guid. It's a bit o' the minister's
auld coo r
"But our ideals:"
"What of them?'"
"Are they higher than they were a
generation ago '?"
"Sure. Everything Is higher now.--
Among the arrivals at the Ferndah
are :R. E. Norton, of Melrose; Frant
Sullivan, Starke; B. Fry, Cincinnati
Ohio; Wilson Streeper. of Penn'a an
). Jones, of Columbus, Ohio.
(C. C.. Jones from Kansas, has taker
the Mallory house on North Ridge
wood for tlh( winter, lie says he gol
Florida sand on hisia feet when here
.<.veial years ago anld could( not stay
.1. Fitzgrald. ot Hoston, is at th(
i-'rtndale a.aizi for tlhe season. This
. iiis secolid \\int'"r lher.', and hlie re-
,iards I)aytona and its suburbs the
*'st ;tI '(,:i. l !:littT'r re-s< :'t fi ll r
t4pi P11 ~.1 ui.e v ttt. uo 7 rtpom ,. t 4u'1'-rC
n il li d lt wh o Itk I* ~ r'
('II 01' '111(. t 4 k- Pi tt InI
1-1 -- -'k -.&- Am:-
B be amsged by white Northern help,
Of t& fift hotels it the North, and white
a t-Um house The table will be supplied
its of the season, cooked and served by the
Psprietor Propepct House, Shelter Island, N. Y.
,rd & Holroyd, Proprietors
and Improved Since Last Season.
fl Grounds---Located on River Front
Concert -Twice Daily
ameat as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Park, N. J.
istihtion leaves Prince George dock for
wMry Tuesday morning at 8.00 o'clock.
New and First-Class.
Rooms with or without Baths.
L M. MABB-f TIIE, Prop's and Mgrs.
a highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
Akomodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
c -hts, furnace heat. private bath. New and
ifIaMf ts. MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.
- Ad L AA -
EW SEASIDE INN
SAMD FURNISHED COTTAGES .
U0_ Hom'-like and Comfortable. Directly on
SSurf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Dayand up
SHORACE F. STEWART
"A MACH, FLORIDA._
E IVY LANE INN"t
HEIVY LANE INN"
Ilsi r catering to t most partlculr -
Lt*Uwb riwer, less than two bloc'ks from t hli. 'lnt. l,:ink. it'- ottu-c.
IPtSAe6. S.OAnd d4.(00I p.Wr day--5.4'Iti l hi!-tl* r p. r N, ,k.
Open November to May.
Wm. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.
G. A T.hatcher, Hopewell, N. J.; Mrs.
C. IH Feller and son, Hopewell, N.
J.; Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Wilson, Phil-
adelphia; B. IL. and C. RIt. Biles, Ris-
ing Sun, A.; J. L. Kerrigen, New Ila-
yen, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. E. Smart,
St. LoisMo.; C. Ii. Thomas. New
York; Mrs. I). C. Adams. Mis Ad-
ams, \ i s.: .Ir. and Mrs. C. .1. Il-,a-
sl:Ip. 1l'- .'!ndl s. Kolinitz. A.LI- .
M8SB HeUlip and Kollunts paw;.
.d through Daytoa- yesterday e&.
route to Tampa from Westfield, N. J.
They spent the night at the Prince
The weekly pool tournament at the
Prince George was again won by Mr.
Dllingham: He has only to win the
handsome trophy put up by Mr. French
of Chicago, once again, to own it out-
m d *woe ,,owemo). Rd= L$1'n, hlr- ftp. = at#
F. IL "l ,1mc
Fort Fierce -11o-Wtel' ^^t
e HOTEL MAGNOLI-aw, oo.-,l-
&*[W Fmk Rod ft &64 m S aft 0 tdo
; ori3 oon. areno, ,.:M: ":-
jSPECIAL WEEKL.T.PLE aDiEL kw*
i[ eutn _a^ muw~,h'
Q nK~rOOT. 9 KMMSbl or Em Sdbe. I"l
S WemitP ole rch ,tem. Soomm ln Vr ft
West Palmn Beach ^"^T"^ ft by as c F=*La^b.sb"
SD. C. HOAGLAND. Prop. Dutike~water.Artlifiil ke. "2J MO DAT *J ^.|
MV LW H -4-1110-4 t _1ktWO
Ia idewood. left yets1ey for Palm
Beach on a two week's visit.
Rev. Frederick Gardnrer and wife,
Mr. and Mrs J. R. Walker, Mr. and
Mrs. Bates S. Well and Mr. and Mrs.
M T McEldowney, guests at the Pine
made the Tomoka trip yesterday.
A bridge party at the Prince George
(eleven tables) was held Wednesday
evening. Mrs. Hannet won first la-
dies' prize and Mrs. Gabeler second.
Gentleman's first went to Mr. Han-
nett; Mr. Benz, second.
Yesterday's arrivals at the Des-
pland. Thos. Watt, Philadelphia; Mr
and Mrs. W. C. Carland, Albany, N.
Y.; Joseph Carland, Albany, N. Y.; H
M. Turner, Chicago; F. D. Miller,,
Birmingham, Mrs. J. Hughes, Miss
Hughes, Buffalo, N. Y.
The following party from the Pines
went motoring to DeLand, DeLeon
Springs and Lake Hlielen Wednesday,
had their dinners at DeLand and en-
joyed a fine outing: Mr. and Mrs.
Adamn Cornelius, Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Walker and J. S. Wright%
Recent arrivals at The Pines: A.
E. Collins, Boulder, Colo.; Frederick
Ml. Gardner and wife, and Mrs. E. T.
U'nderhill, Boston; John S. Wright,
Lynn, Mass.; Ed Mackie and family,
Houston, Texas; Thos. Lan and wife,
Winchester, Ky.;Mrs. M. E. Pue, Miss
M. Pue, Miss M. E. Pue, Delta, Pa.
Yesterdays 'arrivals at the Ridge-
wood: Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McCaudlest,
Boston; J. R. Adams and wife, Cincin
uati; Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Spalding,
Lynn, Mass.;Henry Martin, New York
Mr. and Mrs. S. Aktmayer, Jackson-
ville; G. WV. Davidson and wife, Wich-
ita, Kan.; W. H. McCurdy and wife,
Miss Hazel McCurdy, Evansville, Ind a
Mrs. Joseph E. Small, Miss Elizabeth
Smally, Philadelphia; S.' Frankenfield,
New Haven, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Jnc.
Gross, Mrs A. S. Roberts, H. B. Butts,
Philadelphia; \Walter Price, Westerly,
Recent arrivals at the Prince
George. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kenny,
Mr's. Thompson and daughter, C.
)ru r\-, N-ew Y %ork; Miss N. Silver-
man, lRocl ester, N. Y.; Miss Louise
Relber, Rochester, N. Y.; Mr. and
Mrs. S. P. Johnson, Richmond. Va.;
\Mrs. Thompson, Mz's. (arlat and son,
roronto, (an.; S. B. Briggs, Buffalo,
N. Y.; D. II. liowes, Boston; Mrs.
Schultz, Philadelphia; Mrs. S. B.
Howes, Boston; F. F. Chadwick, As-
bury P'ark; L. R. Tindal Atlanta, Ga.;
C. F. Miller, TerreHaute, Ind.; Mr.
and Mrs. Samuels, tlartford, Conn.;
A C. Maron, WV. V. Park, Philadel-
phia; A ,1 Stewart, Cleveland; Mr.
and Mrs. WV. 1t. Fahrney, Chicago;
The First V/Wire Nail.
Although the wire nail is a small
thing. it would be a big thing to do
without. Probably no one could esti-
mate the millions or billions or tril-
lions-whatever the number may be-
that are used inu a single year. Yet
the first wire nails in the United States
were made no longer ago than 187e.
The first machine for their muanufac-
ture was brought over from Dussel-
dorf and set up In Covington. Ky.
Later this single tnaehine was multi-
plied by four a)d a company was or-
ganized. In l.SS4 the manufacture of
wire naiils was hezunin inI Beaver Falls.
Pa.. ad th Ie product was already be-
ginning t4o ro()W il l114,)Iildrity ar1d use-
fulliess. .Just a y:ir "later a strike
temporarily s.huit ,tY the manulufacturet
of cut nails, aud t lie wirel nail was inl
such demand that the allInufacturers
WerI'e swt imped. .Froim liat time dates
the supremacy of the wire nail.-Chi-
The First Fireless Cooker.
Soon after the battle of White
Plains, N. Y.. while the American
forces were drifting toward North Cas-
tle. the lone occupant of a house, oue
of the Pierce families, ou the Bedford
road at Pleasautville. N. Y.. looking
out of the window, described a posse
of Hessian soldiery coming up the
pike. Having just placed a number
of loaves of bread iu the old Dutch
oven. she bethought herself that it
would be well to secrete them until
the soldier band passed. She at once
removed the loaves, which had already
become heated, and ran up in the at-
tic and placed them between two
feather beds. The soldiers arrived inu
due time and soon appropriated every-
thing removable. After their depar-
ture the housewife remembered the
bread exodus, ran up the stairs, and.
lo. the bread was done to tle "queen's
taste.'-Magazine of American HIls-
S Fiure It Out.
A beggar boy asked an old gentleman
in the street tor sixpence.
"'What will you do with it if I give
you one." asked the old gentleman.
"Turn it Into ninepence quick." re-
plied the boy.
"Give me the sixpence and I'll soon
The boy got the money, darted off to
a baker's shop andx bought a three
penny loaf, with which he returned to
the old gentleman and handed him
back 3 pennies.
"How's this? You said you would
make the sixpence into ninepence."
"So I have. The baker's got three-
pence, you've got threepence, and I've
got a threepenny loaf. That' nine-
Late Hour Explained.
"What kept you until thigh late hour?"
*sked the husband of his suffragette
"Well, my dear." she answered meeki-
ly. "you see it to4,k us an hour t,,
greet one another, the meetilig lasted&
thirty minutes., and the rest of t1h .
time was spent ini s.ayiI i .,'.(lI*y."
r)etr,,it Fr *e I .s .
Do You Wi
To Rent Yo
If so, list it withI
| at once. We a
| having deman,
almost every ho
in the day for nice
| If you cannot fin
I time to call at 01
office, just write
description of tl
I, house, telling i
Show it is furnish(
Sand the rent
j wish to get for tl
THE DESPLAND HOTEL
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Star Hams and Bacon
Pure Lard in Pails
HELVETIA ILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,
Pft up in the follow sizes
10c, 90c dozen
Armour Star Ham .. .. .. ..Ib. 20C
Ferris' Bacon .... .. ,. .. 55c
Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
Paiis, 3 lbs. 65c.; 5 Ibs. $1.00;
10 lbs. $2.00 |
Pride Oleo, in rolls .. .. .... 30c
N. Y. tate Cream Cheese .... 25c0
Swiss Cheese .. .......... 40c
New Potatoes .. .... per peck, 40c
English Walnuts, new crop-lIb..20c
Brazils, new crop- ... .. ib...20c
Almonds, new crcp -.. .. .. lb..250
IVMxed Nuts ............ .. 20ci
Florida Pecans .......... .
Seeded Raisins.. ..13c lb., 2 for 25c
Currants ...... 13c lb., 2 for 25c;
Apricots, evaporated ...... ....18c
Peaches, evaporated ...... 15c
Pears, evaporated ...... .... .20c
Oranges, per dozen, 1........ 15c
Grareruit, each .. ........ 5c
Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions,
Turnips, Beets,Parsley, Mint,
Carrots, .......... all 5c bunc
Pineapples ...... 10 and 15c each
Cranberries .. .. 13c qt., 2 for 25c
SEE OUR LARGE VAR-
The National Biscuit C
Cakes and Crackers
Uusurp;sseA in Purity
Contains No 0
Orange City Mineral S
$3.00 per case of 12 bottles
60 rents allowed for empty
bottles and case when returned
All data proves this water to be quite free from Organic mg
healthful, palatable drinking water and one admirably adaJ
domestic and general purposes. : : : :
I Scudder' s
INDIA and CEYLON
Puri-Tan-Ated Brand Col
If you're a lover of fine Teas you'll
I enjoy the delicate and refined fra-
grance of these delicious Teas.
PUT UP IN PACKAGES SO AS
TO RETAIN THEIR FLAVOR.
Quarter Pound Packages
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It should be up-to-date the same as you would have your clothing up-to-date.
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A HIGH CLASS
From Choicest Concord Grapes.
InWHalf Pints, Pints and Quarts.
Contains only the finest grades of
Coffees purified by a process that
increases and retains its essential
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rWww t wuhthis paper.
is No Place
I in which to spend the winter
Daytona is known the
ver as the Prettiest Resort in
n-umd the Beauty of the City is as-
."ted of the Universe left It.
be called China ink-never leaves Chi
na." said a missionary. "It costs $10"
a pound, and the scribes use it in writ-
ing the correspondence of the royal
family and the mandarins. India ink
is made of the oil of poisonous seeds
of the sesamnum or colza tree. Varnish
and pork fat are added to the oil. and
then. by means of comlbust i-,i. all ik
changed to lamlpblack. The lamtlipblack
paste mixed Nitlh P lue is btt,:nn- for
days on ain anvil, and musk is gra(ldu
ally mixed iln ,,:[Ive plerfui:e .niil the
pureslt i, lI,:;f t(i give a i-Ii luister.
Finally vlie ii k is dried Iln nl'ls fl"or
al'ut It, '' WI. \Vhat lliakes tin best
India- i k .', ( ',-. .v is its i, 'ri. and.
ab,,v,. :i,. t:i.' I ,: ti::ie :.i. ; to it.
Vo1::,1 b l i, Uli ;.:* -A'.- l ,>e, win t '.1i ti1ng.
If \ ;i 't'.'v i'- l-.'.:uty xru ..ld '
thin': : 'i ::: t 1"1 a t iui:d "- I'hila-
y I,' U ..i. 1 vc it Itehli 4 14 1 '
ytur i:::. ,.:. it' dischair-'e. i' !,'
rede-t;tln trait of your char ,t-er as
just now rvv.hiied restrains :..e. Yur
lovaltv is a.;ii that saves '. Sti '
m ern the southt poi a Ka m-..
'* li Be 1-0. oat limb-* toCorU
e southeastward ships reacb a
poaot equally distant from land of
any kind the nearest to the north
bWiag the Aleutian Islands and to the
soath the outlying members of the
Sandwich group, In the southern
Indian ocean It I possible to mtaill
1,000 miles out from the southern
points of Australia and New Zealand
and still be as far from any other
land. and the same may be done in a
westerly direction from Cape Horn.
Indeed. from this point a much longer
distance might be reached, for the
moothern Pacific between the Horn
and New 7eol-n4 covers a space of
80 degrees of longitude and 40 of lati-
tude of absolutely unbroken sea, mak-
Ing Its central point over 1,200 miles
How Every Man Should Vote.
'Anybody who doesn't vote my way
Is a darned fool!" exclaimed a little
man on an outbound trolley car.
"What's that?' asked a big man.
turning around in his seat and looking
"Anybody who doesn't vote my way
is a darned fool!" repeated the little
"Did I understand you aright?"
asked the big man, rising from his
seat and coming back to the rear tof
the car where the little man was seat
The little man looked the big man
over, but he was game and said once
more. "Anybody who doesn't vote my
way is a darned fool!"
"Hold on a minute said the big man.
who seemed on the point of starting
something. "First tell me which way
you are going to vote."
A foxy gleam shot Into the eyes of
the little man, and be piped as daunt-
lessly as ever, "I'm going to vote any
way I darned please!"-Birminghamn
Hagenbeck in his book says that bab-
oons are caught in traps made much
like the huts of savages. Food is put
into the huts. and once the baboons go
inside a trapdoor closes behind them.
Outside baboons make a great to do
and urge the prisoners to escape.
When the trappers come the captured
baboons are terror stricken and try to
force their heads through the walls of
the huts. One baboon was caught
three times in the same trap. and sev
eral when turned loose got back into
the same trap a second time. When
the baboons are carried away all their
comrades thereabout climb Into trees
and scream out to the prisoners, who
answer In sad. mournful voices. On
one occasion sonme big Arabian bab-
oons were trapped, when 2.000 or 3.(KI0
baboons hurled themselves upon the
trappers, who had hard work to save
themselves with firearms and clubs
As the trappers were forced back the
victorious baboons tore up the tral
and turned loose the capturt 1 bal-)doons
Ink at $100 a Pound.
"The best India ink-it should really
Golf In the Old Days.
Centuries back golf was a pwsti ,.
of the royal family, though thetin i s-
ally played in Scotland. The Stuart
family was very fond of the game.
and the first English cluh \-is est:ah)-
lished at Blackheath in lONs ty ,Jaml s
I. Ills eldest son. IIcenry, fre-ctuItly
played and oIn onl c (( ':,fil!i tie11i*V
struck by accidtn.t hi t,!,.r wi!h :t
club, where" 'i"1 n l 1'. i r, :;i.'Irk '.
"11:14 1 do ~e so I h: l '-1 i'M
deilts.' (; i'hu'. I I \\ ; i?.d "- 2..
d e 1) t,. C
wheln he 1 e'eivttl 1 '' n f !.
I r is h r .l ,, 't'.i ,n ,I : : ,. < f \ :'',,
afterwiv r1 ,;; -. I 1 :'i:" '"
ardent i'lYIy -r. ^''^ '- '** **:^
.a n di i t h e : *i., ". x v : !* ,
( red it t!. h :- .. ;' '"
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ihas 1t'e( ] s;:! : t h t\ h- 1 ; ,- .i
veret-il>;s .i ; d I.i.r A r
re. -:". -, -- 7z
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04~k 11- One 4. d
a ftC. of Mr. 2ooer ft New
Tyerk to Vit him at tie park, bit
0i1n thit t'e traUn did not stop ut
t-at utbA Tbt. eomdUetor W=
-len ibt said that be could not go
a8l0at order. At New Haven a hall
U 3- made. and Mr. Bouners friend
tred to bribe the engineer with a
tet dollar bilL but In vain. He was
thi told that Charles P. Clark. tbh
president of the road. was on the
train, and he went to him.
"Why don't you see the conductor?"
asked Mr. Clark.
"1 have. but be will not disobey
"Why not then go forward and
bribe the engneerr'
"I tried bribery at New Haven, but
it would not work."
The absence of evasion was the
best policy. Mr. Clark not only gave
orders to have the train stopped at
Charter Oak. but promised some day
to see Maud 8. He had witnessed the
attempt at bribery, and the frank con-
fession of the offense seemed to please
Preparing For a Journey.
Jerome K. Jerome recalled with rev-
erence a habit of his methodical uncie.
who. before packing for a journey, al-
ways "made a list." This was the
system which he followed, gathered
from his uncle's own lips:
Take a piece of paper and put down
on it everything you can possibly re-
qule. Then go over it and see that
it contains nothing you can possibly
Imagine yourself in bed. What have
you got on? Very well: put it down.
together with a change. You get up.
What do you do? Wash yourself.
What do you wash yourself with!
Soap. Put down soap. Go on till you
have finished. Then take your clothes.
Begin at your feet. What do you wear
on your feet? Boots, shoes, socks.
Put them down. Work up till you get
to your head. What do you want be-
sides clothes? Put down everything.
This Is the plan the old gentleman
always pursued. The list made. he
would go over it carefully to see that
he bad forgotten nothing. Then he
would go over it again and strike out
everything it was possible to dispense
with. Then be would lose the list.
Chicago the Danger Line.
"Speaking of flshballs," remarked an
ardent New EngLand admirer of that
form of food who was eating in a
Dearborn street restaurant the other
day. "I will tell you a sad. sad truth
"If you order them in Boston they
are practically all fish. Yes, sir--solid.
bona tide fish. Move west a bit-to
Albany. say. What happens? The
amount of fish in each fishball has
dwindled. Proceed to Buffalo. A cer-
tain self assertiveness begins to be ap-
parent with the fish. On to Cleveland:
Fishballh there are half p
fish., with the accent on potato,. O)n to
Chicago. There potato has thie ulper
"Ihow is it il the far vestt''
lie leaned forward.
"I've never dared travel farther west
than Chicago!" he w hispered hoarsely.
Full stock Electric Irons, Coffee Percolators, Toasters
Griddles, Chafing Dishes, Fans and Warming Pads.
THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and
We admit it frankly the Merchants Bank wants yeour business. t we am,
can assure you that in return for your busiaes, this bank met ely r@ a aeroa e
which we believe almost perfect, but unquestioned security for every d r rmbed-
ed to oar care.
In cold. nassumint 'res, here is our guarantee to every depoeser relja4-
less of the amount he may have in this bank.
Surplus and Profits .
$250.000. That amount stands between your deposit and
any possible loss.
This bank wants your husipess.
A. D. McBRIDE, President
J. B. CONRAD, Vice-President
F. N. CONRAD. Cashier
Bedding. Bedding. a
Wool and Cotton Blankets. Medium and High Grade
Comforts, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Spreads, &c. .
oBINGHAM & MALEY cO.
U FURNITURE EMPORIUM
1OU30.0 1UI** Ie ll U. IONUOSllS SSOl a @UOUIOE OUINJ-
On Exhibition at Gruber-
SMnrri Hardware Store.
When in need of 4
: High Class Wines and *.
_ Write for Price List to the
oldest and largest house in 1
S Hotel, Club and Fine
S Family Trade our
(Branch of Volusia County Bank)
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NEW LACES-E hII
The Chas. E. Ga
LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
I:37 today; 9:47 tmnorwm.
W. C. Bowes and W. V. Caitff
Aere Daytoua visitors from Put Or-
Opea Evey Day at 3.:00 p. m.
The Fier's Bride
(sa. Fdl, ed turne
(S o f rim R O Low
~ wmls Easest omirn
Tale of the Fiddle
The Sicam's -eIteI
The Rat Tag's Ball
THOSE. V. LAME
S~e aMd Me Koo.&e
Tink VwheCm 3wOMA
THE LYMAN TWINS
In a "m e. &i sow
The Prize Winners
Car 6l"d trteas sce cak eqmpmemt
rcm IlLS RAIlt CiLKl
A Bit Musical Sourprise
Seats on Sale at Hankins'
Dance every Tuesday might.
"MIDIA RIVER" 0RAGES
Yot are rited to vmt my troves,
ad wp-t4ate Packalt House, and
see the 4_--_t r-._ a6 kow it is
haaied. YouTr orders so.iceJ
Special attestu6o wve to EM1 orders
by the bo6 for ip-t.
George H. mwoe.
7 1 "Middlet~on. good sign painter.
7 E r7.<~, Bay
t he% sew--k In L LkLn d r, La ;st te' Z-r
tiste r M.-Iln z C, r a d
quit* :rid,irsed franr:.n-
suf-r'" -~-~ito ,arid
enjoyed. a :; "~4j
a J. B 1V 4r .- %1 3 1 ..:
hR.;d!,:.r ~ =- n r~e;
* -: -r rade i '(
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THE WEATHER. .
For Eamrn Florida: Fair toniillt! r and Mrs T Coorad bare
aW" Satwd-; --n --colder tonW--1, o-
. an Idoy; u > c er I^ return"i from a pleasant cruise down
in*e ll ereme -910V t Prthe Indian rirer.
tion. cold wave in north and cen-
tral portions of the peninsula: colder,
in south and central portions Satur-! MaiLy of the people who are oat
day and brisk and high north and for a lark at the street carnival Suc-
wortrest1 winds. ceed in car. ing home a canary.
Thc Lad.4fsa Md of the M. E. Ch-urth
n~eftL~s arnoc4: :n -L~a 7'is
at Epworth- Hall.
He-L: Haist-ead ; aKgaare
er~czed on :he rear ofLA Z
comi!: cof Fah-'r..--w ane..eadl Day-
OOFfR S-*LE CuRA-- 7 -,; -Z
atu uc iht';p and fr-'J-nz -zz--a:
e'n'~'-n~'*a ce -:e cd,
~i i.. fttr- C. E. Gard.:-----C,-
on ~.r~wale. er'i, renypurcta-s--
ed cffI%'. lh. ByLn'-, dl' and en-
!arZ-e j,7Ua dd ''' cf t' eaho
Mr. and Mrs. O-L of Columbus. 0..
are recent arrivals in the city. loeat-.
--d w.th Mrs. J lia Martn on Beach
M.I. Fr-da Skdkid. 4f Pabo
3ah. ;s :ii.i. : Mrs. C. C.
Hldso-., coc-r of Palmez:o azd Live
TLe Ia.ain rye grass :.n front of
ie M. El%- DeVoy Coas. store forms
a bright oasis in the Beach strmt'
parkage 'b.:ch wou'd look well ex-,
tended the full length of the street.
Adam Schantz arrived Thursday
night accompanied by a party of
friends from Dayton, Ohio. including
Messrs. Ws. F. Breidenbach and;
Albert and V'c cr Manuel. i
Jno. McGriff and Rufus N. Dick-i
*..-. s-4-.ai istlers for the Florida
Shr-ners Spring Festival and Hippo-!
drlom,-, :o be held in Jaciksonville
.Marh .h tc Aprl 2. were .n the city"
yesterday .: the .teres: of that
'-en.. ha:nEe brother Sh:i-nrs for
ubs,..r._:.::s -d aldozaf:ons for the
DeLandl the f.:tcf Sen r
Mr. end 3mrs R. 31. Bcw-.
car. and A nwding: tA
home onRdewx a
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ReHerman G. P:-
W-edriseday nigh, af!:;r a '-~ ~
sernce. M.Potrwas : ak (
mo Sun day and iscethcnni
engaiied I-n. o.gan;.z.-nz a :
TU :-)a; nz lad.i ne tainz
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SERVICES AT THE
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Are now here-- Ca
SSome Beautiful Cr
BOAT~enience at AT T VFlNHM
Pl -, H und rod Vowt of Fro,-- Dok. 7rrv-. Wst.-r. Ho-~
Grocerl.-s at CItY y Prte- Launch f~cp A -.wx rAm a
STOP Ovxm and Er 3OYKjo b- i- 7IH1 W; n 1* yweefte
INDIAN RWIM RCOMP
Hotel Despmlad Barber Shop aimd
HAIR DRESSING PARLORS
SpecWit La&c-' 3T Dreut. Mau-
cwrmt. Electrical FacMal ma&MWe a Surti-
\Vork 7 I--^-h --.:.i-2, -, y A: :- :..''. .'-..
TC-Af po-- y.
%Vor 1 P- ~o-,j ..
H. T. McCLELLAN
WINDOW md DOOR FRAMES md WINDOW
ard DOOR SCREENS, Mfis.n Fwrite.
Tri. SoroI Sawt. etc.
North -Rwed Ave. Pbome 123
LOST WATCH WAS
RESTORED TO H
Miss Ev.-yr H. Harvey. i'f
nd avenu-, lost a zold wa:ch W
nesday evening, while at:end:ne
carnival, but was fort-una:e :.n
1o recover :..
The watclh was pick-d p I:r
the evening by Marsha M"y-, s
Wilson, who, cared : hr- -..
,ext Or.oring. learn : -. *:-
p. rhe 'ur4
-hip. returned .,..,, -;.
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