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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEW8, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1915.
A FAVORITE WITH AUTOISTS
Ridgewood Avenue Frontage
MOST BEAUTIFUL RESIDENTAL AVENUE IN ALL FLORIDA.
YOU KNOW IT SO DO WE. NOW LISTEN: WE HAVE SOME FRONTAGE ON RIDGE
WOOD AVENUE LEFT THAT WE ARE GOING TO CLOSE OUT AT A RIDICULOUSLY
LOW PRICE THE MONEY TO BE USED TO FURTHER DEVELOP THE PROPERTY.
THESE LOTS ARE HIGH AND DRY AND VERY BEAUTIFUL, MANY COVERED WITH
HANDSOME TREES SOME HAVE ORANGE TREES. THIS IS REALLY THE BEST BUY
OF THE SEASON. THESE LOTS ON RIDGEWOOD AVENUE, REMEMBER AS LONG AS
THEY LAST AT ONLY $300 THREE DOLLARS PER FRONT FOOT $150 FOR 50 FT.
ON RIDGEWOOD. THINK OF IT. IT IS A REAL BARGAIN. FIRST COME, FIRST
SERVED. THEY WONT LAST LONG IN BEAUTIFUL
Jk II II sum dl si II &
"WHERE THE OCEAN BREEZES BLOW."
15 ORANGE AVENUE
SECOND DOOR WEST
QUIET AND RE8TFUL.
"TABLE THE BEST EVER"
The Kayser Italian Silk-Will Not Rip or Run
HOME HART SCHAFFNER ft MARX CLOTHES
FOR SALE Development Property
The moat naturally beautiful water front In Florida; 70 acres, dwelling
an.l nearly a mile of frontage on the Indian Kiver. Only three minutes walk
lr.m the poatottice. Your own broker. Map furnished.
THOMAS G. KNIGHT, Titusvllle. Fla.
NELLIE BLY IN WAR-RENT PRZEMYSL
Texas steer. These cuttle come from
Hungary. They are fat and lioalhy.
Many Arrested As Spies.
With unhappy frequency four or
five soldiers pass with a poverty
stricken, ragged individual in their
midst. Sometimes they have two.
Often they are hoys very often they
are Jews, bearded, clad in a long dirty
black coat. Ilarefooted, thin, sad, but
untearful, women and children ran
alongside, moving in and out of (he
merciless traffic, always keeping In
sight and nearly always in speaking
reach of their loved one, being taken
For these are suspected spies, or
"sDione." as they call them. These ' Off It speeds towards the line
are dangerous days. It needs hut the
lying word of an enemy to send a
man to his death. Time is short, the
foe Is battering on the door and death
is reaping Ms greatest harvest since
a voice spake out and said: "Let
there be light!"
What matters one or two more?
No one has time to listen or care.
Friends cannot sympathize!. Their
own woes claim all their pangs. F.vcn
tears have ceased to fall. Who can
i The following correspondence was
Hi" last Miss Nellie Bly, special cor
respondent for the International News
S'Tiie in Austria, wrote before leav
ine the fortress of Przemysl, which is
now ringed by an iron wall of Kus-
I'KZKMYSL, Nov. 3. We are to
have tills fortress today. I am sorry,
tut under military command one can
inly obey. Every moment is inter
mit, g here. I sit In the Coffee House
f ti her, writing. It is Impossible to
write in my frozen room. The coffee
h" i-e would not be called warm any
wi.ere but in Galicia. I don't know
whether it is warmed by the porcelain
Hove in the corner or by the crowd.
The entire cafe Is filled. They are
ween for one when thousands are
He brings it on small Individual trays. ,,,a, and thousands dying every
Most always it is a glass of coffee hour?
with a spoon in it. On the side used
to be three lumps of pressed sugar.
Now it is one small bit of broken loaf.
There go four soldiers carrying i;
stretcher. On it lies a motionless
form, covered with bis blanket. A
woman, carrying something tied in a
A tray of black bread is snatched large handkerchief, trots behind. On
from the next table. One ran have , the wagons, following those splendid
..irs hut scrambled eggs only! For cattle begins that endless caravan of
that and one other reason I won't death. They are r.ll of the pattern I
have them. Almost everybody else ', have described and in which we trav
takes a plate. They are always j eled. Lying helpless in the bottom or
brought so. one spoonful on a plate, huddled, mortally ill men cither se
That is absolutely all one can have i riously wounded or dying of some dis
except cigars and cigarettes. All ease. Across the tops, on unsafe
smoke. The air is heavy and blue j hoards, hanging feet down from the
Windows are never opened or clean
read in the
'-longing to Col. John's group. To
r'r' i '.r.a In civilian ntt'e would
insecure rear, are as many more as
can find clinging space.
They are the less helpless, if not
less serious, cases. Feet, arms, heads,
must sit up. There would be no
room to carry new- soldiers and new
tiMntitlnrt. if nil injured were per-
The newspapers are
all office r,t ii .nt those ; coffee house ana posicarns
ten here, it is ui?! i"
! ters. Kverything must be unsealed j
iin'.t. ...... ur fur t ie censor 10 ieau. . . ,
HI llllll 111 BUI 111 l.iv . . ... , Vf. ,1. Mr,
t:., .7 . . . . .. ... i ,! nr otherwise, have to be milted to lie
or prince and duke and "grai . shops Kept Closed.
I:'!3' T Pl?D!ifUl thBt """j Remain street is crowded. It is The shops are a.l closed. A prof la
. , ","'reV.BU- t J. ' ,,. arifi cobble-paved. Trucks 1 mat ion Issued by the general advises
'--! uoay, as wen as tne nooouien. -- -
come here for his breakfast. ! drawn by six horses are hau hng -can-
-V.tI.ine rn h. hoH ! h hn.ol- One ! nons out in the direction 01 me ijro.
ftT the other, officers hang up ' encampment, where we
their . a , a Isundav and witnessed
Each must be his own hatboy. They j tlom. I started to count, but got tired
s" on a lounge by a table and the 1 and nu.it
uuinieresiea miniature fid l - - - ,i,n, ,,ne wants much l. ir.-l.nt r.nr.
--age who condescends to take the j to and "XZZt nA. No new stock can be had. as
'"If gazes with dull and uninterested, stopped. They d me .to .the l.n :nt e
, .Mfli. nn Tnf. riE:iL i.rt . " " - - -
I was in the coffee house all morn-
all shops to be closed, as the break
ing of ilindenburg's line may mean
another attack on Przemysl. This
bringing down of all iron shutters
does not mean much, anyway. Mer
chandise was exhausted in this fort
ress weeks ago. Nothing is left that
e-v,?s at his victim, and says:
Black or white?"
Black Bread and Coffee.
That means blaltk or with
and turn off side streets to allow to
pass droves of cattle with the famous
spreading horns of our almost extinct
diers and arms and the transport of
those who have fought and still live
They do not relate now the tale of
their days and nights and weeks of
hell. PerhnpB that may come in time
but now their brains are dulled and
blunted. The sound of shrapnel
whistling in the air, the booming of
cannon, Hie dreadful agonied cry of
comrades, "Into the trenches," is all
they think and hear. Kven hunger
and cold have become of Utile im
portance. 1 am ashamed even to eat.
My heart Is bowed in meekness and
humility. I eat the black, dirty bread
in abject thankfulness.
The Archduke Leopold Kalvalor
puts on his fur-lined coat and departs.
He enters his motor cer at the door.
comes that terrific booming. He Is
commander of artillery. A Polish
prince, whose name I cannot spell,
follows his example. The others still
remain to drink coffee and write
The cathedra! was open so I went
In. It Is filled with old wood carvings
and strange old paintings. A crim
son covered eoflin surrounded by
candles stood before the altar rail. I
A soldh.T, his head in bandages, knelt
before a paper tlnsled decorated pic
ture of the Virgin nnd Child. Another
soldier on crutches rattled off to a t
remote corner. There was only the
three of us in that sacred, quiet spot.
F.ven heathen in these days must be,
driven to prayer, but the churches !
are empty. j
Little Baggage Allowed. !
I required no time to pack. I bad f
only the linen bag, as I had been
ordered. I said good bye to the room
with the steam radiator but r:o heat,
with hot and cold water faucets but
no water. I hung my key for the
last time on t lie hook below the tiny
slate on which was written "Miss
lily." The sponge, tied to a string,
hangs on the same nail, so as to ex
pedite the registering of the new
Bookkeeping in Przemysl hotels
must be of the greatest simplicity.
A blackboard in the front hall regis
ters one's name opposite one's num
ber. The slate on one s door does
likewise. When one leaves it is eras
ed and that's all there is to it. Simi
lar simplicity in the I'nited States
might lighten work in the divorce
Followed by two miniature boys,
one with my bag, I went down the
four flights of stairs to the office.
There the servants I had never seen
waited for their small tip.
Our order was to be at the station
at 3:30. I arrived at 3. Already the
five soldier servants in our party
were appearing loaded down with
baggage. Pictures, guns, bags, suit
cases, cameras, kino machines, coats. ;
food, cooking apparatus, souvenirs,
etc., were brought until finally there
was a pile almost large enough to
till a car.
I, the only woman, was the only
person who obeyed orders and had
hut one bag, that small enough for
me to carry.
Many III and Wounded.
The sick ami wounded were being
brought by ambulance, slretcher nnd
wagon and carried lo the train.
Croat numbers of soldiers, apparent
ly Just arriving, were being given
bread.. "Splons," or spies, were be
ing Jostled on board between their
captors. One bare-footed, dry-eyed
woman ran back and forth seeking
unsuccessfully a way to pass the
soldiers at the door so as to follow a
Jew wlfli a fur-tailed church lint who
had been pushed into the train.
A pale, ragged, hatless boy tried to
dodge under a soldier's gun. He had
tied in a handkerchief some belong
ings, or perhaps food for n spy. He
could not evade the loyal watchful
guard. He whinncd and pleaded in 0
weak, thin voice, but the guaril was
Our party arrived like a tourist
party, glasses and bottles swung over
their shoulders, but carrying luggage?
Oh, no! Kadi flew to hcc if among J
the heaped up luggage the patient
soldiers had theirs.
Colonel John arrived and led us to
our two cars. At live and In the dark
we started. Wo could have 110 light,
because this train had been fired on
two days before. The day before it
was so dangerous that no train left.
In utter darkness our train left tho
fortress, and as it travelled along,
the moon hidden behind clouds, tho
only light being an occasional flash
from the engine, we could hear tho
crack, crack, crack of infantry. Now
and then a light, would appear sud
denly In the black sky. It looked liko
a far-distant skyrocket.
It was shrapnel. They appeared .
more and more, the crack of the In
fantry grew less anil less. It. sounded
at intervals on the east, the main,
liring having ceased. The shrapnel
grew more and more. Then tho
shrapnel, like tint firing, ceased, and
we rolled off into the dark, still
What Make for Good Work.
We never do well that which we da
not enjoy doing, that toward which
our faculties of thought, feeling and
tempermeut do not converge with
unanimity of assent
His Own Detective.
In Schenectady, N. Y., a farmer rec
ognised In a leather shop the green
hidn of a horse w hich had been stolen
from him but two weeks before. Uf
means of the hide he traced the thief
and eventually was paid for the horse.
WHY NOT NOW?
A "Lion" Gas Water Heater
to heat your water
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