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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: December 20, 1908
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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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Volume ID: VID00258
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906%dw vwy vumiugxmew tSaundlayDuinrig DamolerJanaray, VFeruary mid March, at the.Prettiest WiatirwResort in Florida.


IFor Sadt Fbaqid: Puft
dlowdy t~ifght a" sinmv-
cooler tonight iaSONs& pair
tion.


DAYTONA. FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DFC FMRFR 19. 190


is Ceaan"per "Wek


^iM -
-my.aw
de s empo


,i ,ST i..SVS M -------------.- OVE 1M Rihl
RiSILht *NEVoLE3 at CARK A WETTER SI~fEES STiff
dIMaIi 0ACf ~ Ptn ~aRg Right Piil G~nAay(ait
Iai" 1 ARCnIX. BDER and Paintin OPTOMETRIST mT RightPrces*- e Walb Giaou A tore
i m L. CONTRACTOR. PA aO Let U ourJewe. for particulars
grid- ( -e* -,-.-,e i DecI "f" "
iO'iS SL 3p O w RMwood and Vol a S M G L A AVENUEEys'_ 3 < Fitt d H R A
s Telpboe MAGNOLIA AVENE Ey Fitted L. ROWE & CO. i GRUBER-MOIS H. CO.
-^F"11nin- ;1- in__ mm-S ..............--n -in =->S inuel~leueleislo ---- -- ...........i.


-UITi TIE DUTH


mA


.I. IN. YIINNOW


ARE ON


IIHOKAIIT


#%W6w t*Wi Syftem Invites Hiolland's F-Wet Htovering About
R m Daylona For The ShSOrS, Ready at a Mo-
50 Ave. Wbmdo%%i


me~nt- Noi~Oce.


ff IT 6 1W 1ARI. VENEZU[LAN ISUG ENTSVIGILANT


1k bim bena eon vitt ioni a~noyiT I V
SMOBkefrom the dav-p the t own %k-:o
4WWIhwcg ~eIs. on through the
of teady' g113uthiLto lusty 'emati;~-
OWthe Flagler inlteres~t -aiIron(]
be-werte ione too frit-ndhv; or,
asevainry ther have been ope-n ch arg-
d hof tIsity to Iaytonsa interests.
T~fUmd tA& and powerul &,are thew.
b6olels, drtb'".have Dnever for It iortneiit
check upon )saytoniat onIwad.d

Whatever may have been tile attitc ude
Id &M-. powerful foreom; in tile past tilt
*A Newc, i% pleAsed for tile present
b peo that they now recognixv Day-
mmsstanding and worth and fire idi-
yf pipe"w, to make recogn it.i onar i aiI
&*whe~r an hoort-d powitiadi along iwit i~
ftml;swhichti tki~r moneNv hav't, eloed It)
buoruwi frnmi uhStesto p40l~ae.- Of ba
frmd worth.
'4k0tom. uinootm iiand Ibr'.au 2fill id
~ i spi pnt t.' trejisur ill;'Ha11:1-i
---,d wo KIiIifigl\ aMee-t -lI t.#
t ree~mition % ith as~itiran(twt -
wad in Sol a 'e-adifie-n 1'. to "l.oTwr.~
Sormy good move, 1Ltxki ing t v-tri'wr
ft Daytona, a better Fle('ua'.c :, I i
*w Florida.
flarductory nreraik!, i j st a'para4
and foll-ows. It ha.- l--n I turtiedltv'
WE V.F.olinrta, at itloie, h. :t ofite I l
10asuker's and Fruit (In tr-, -A(:&


I 'or av'adI i Vt4'ilhI I.

D'har Sir 1Tilt,41 -itll.VIi
One ,tofiveft at24:.'il; V.,eii i.\
Yoak, anld I kt?1i otl-rtt~ilt-iit. t

Fk~iria Jri 1d;tI(.1"lt 1:I1,., IT

sat' Man h. If v"11 l a I; .~\
4"~r to Soiti t\ I%'. i'o 4
fruitt-Ovid ai~Iiie. *
bsao. to S114 "A. u It 14.I I t% I \
shape 1to sttraict atifi.
s ehoUkt' he -T wl 1wtn iI

Wiha ihtllf. t.. oe ih '

"tb*rt k*%.!. fir lt
yo -iA't tInite V caylI ;-11-

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N ~;.'Adtowi- -I!-
will ilfs 1 ito t' -i~


Sminth lali l l bt %rI'I.' 1
his lBromu44 zitse. ad au.1 o,


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l01% I'it.-t HPr'-'. ]
THllI: liAt.lE, I Ve. 19.-That the
1lit('i fil-et off the shores of Venezuela
stnllitr r'adV to aid the Vinezuelan rev-.
olui iolIists whenever the movement
prolisief success, was the official an-
riuiiillvnieyt made today by the Foreign
Office. Holland desir-s the ending of
tih, Castro regime as speedily as possi-
bi.-, and the naval force in the Carib-
lwia' Sea will go to any extreme to aid
thie r\t)lutionist.L to overthrow the gov-
If \ lt'z'l. lihas actually declared
war against Holland, it is reported that
l li,' itchi uill coint-l Venezuela to pay
it NN;>r iAtit iii jit\ iii the tiiial settlement
(if titcir dii.-pute.


A NEW YORK TYPE---THE BOWERY GIRL


I;


ATLANTIC


CUTTING


BIG CAPERS.


MOORE CO.


THROWN INTO


BANKRUPTCY.


Mountainowi Seas Make Navisa- Petition Filed- in Jacksonville


tion Dangerous and Exceed


ingly L'ncomfortahle.


In Behalf of The Creditors


By Attorney Marks.


SICKNESS AND DEATH [ENSUE. ACTION TAEN THIS AFTERNOON.


I; '. I i r I' -


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THEl CITY FATHERS


IN CALLED SESSION.


They Make Provision For Pay-
ment of Work of Paving and


For Its Continuance.


tI it 'it\ u-it'i liiiet ini called eseat:on 4
.:-;t fiiLl.t, tlet' lrinitipal business being
,lt. (.<>n-,idtrttioi t bill, due on street
pa:\ iitI. f.> \% hictit )i funds were at pret
- rit I llat htiit '


I lit'. Hymu~'it lnan. & 6borue.
I~~~nl M~~ -~ d ilks, with B1inghami
i' he lit.?. Aftor somit-' (ii-Iisssion fl
Ittr. tlr i i~-.devidtd to issue
ed1' L4't olwc 191 tax4 tificatiall outhtan-
i n (II x:jl tlit.li'.*on Walks c(,I istructed,
did to unrr~ N (l it.e wirk ulreakeiv con-

1~~~I t A I'.ilthe (Xutivil at its utt
I '1141wr1 14th, in turning ilOvW
t >.o t pati.'altax ordinaner
~ c I (I' ttt, Cr TIndepleted form.
I. ..: : Nich I tc rvlehie the lowi



Bdpi~tChurth Reception.
4~f Fir-t i ~ V KtltI.t

'Al itd Ultti' M10- It

4 44 444' 44 tise -: t oV'~ t that
1 4, In dufo the recep


,;it o i I*te
A II .4'4 it'd 11 1,o :


I4. 'i c~lr t'I 4 i ftI
4~v 4 L s ;t a nt t I g a i u a t
444 '' it I'2's~ tli t I' tin'
N! :L'l- st .d u; nrtil tf 44 4 T4re,


State Chamnpion. tot I loieid. to
Ila%, Lni~errnity of tla% il


-Ketten in Now Ycwk WorIG.


MISSOURIANS


ARE OUT


FOR MURDERER..


COMMUNICATING


WITH THE


"SENATOR."


lDsperado kills Deputy Marshal Membiers of the .\utomohile .Asso


Mc(ruder and Wounds


Marshal.


nation Are Considcring Pilan,
'For Race Meet.


LUMBERMEN


ASK FOR


A TARIFF.


A lcN Corporations Ow n Immense


lTimber Tracts in Florida
-,mall Holders in (ieorlia


ESCAPED MURDERER HIUNT[D FOR. THE WIRES AR[ OW TALilN. CONSJME[RS BENEFITTED BY IT?


.-ti en h r, ?itp t, I I I I 1 21 !14
las-t Ilg after ki"Iiig I*;1' I4-
I '%ti.
of 1,wte'ifial dvputiitc ir- g9"i",.
pr, %ent Ithe I 4i c; L; : '.
I It t'MUqbe'kij t; ,, -n I.
o~-','i I d.U)4s4iI :t ill N


THE DAYTONA BOIS


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I.r tti lft tre'z G.,(I~llf 41 lnir the %\ a,
.Olt Nv LI I1 -?lt' iv ti e rc ~ ttlc i va t L .iZt 1, w n'
s141:t 4ra i ftvo t-d du. ve,-n Itiu tnat r Iic'
v h.. 4.ti t4it-,I'y O e re (\ i ofth~t4t tta
*. rr44'? : r I


THE HOWARD HOTEL


OPB~S fOR SIIASONG


I' a-
'1 .- .4


mawtiI, wlIeadat.- (ucstlINrc IOelight -
1 l~Entertained In Its, Capa-


riving today r- pc rt 14r'-:..
Atlantic pu;Sa8gt-. krikW1 f-,!' '.
ftfl(1 heavy gl T.wo i icat! L NI-N IT-
ported anionug toe te -cra,- ;-
on I lie ste'ana r tS( L 1,., r-.

New York Cluh Brooker Shot.

.quydan1i, a ,hii t Lr,,K r.. -fVi -

bont, an cinv- zit r. I .
make any it ,*:


CONTRACTORS TO BID 0-


WATER WORKS S I[


December 23d Hias Been I~icd As


Date T', Meet Those %Who


.Want Joh.
The necessary ztmV .
works systecu i has .toe 11' 1 .
bids f or the WO rk-.and h(Iij
tees are b~usy with lett i- froiun 1'.
in that line of xvwlk n'tit'.'';
ids points but fr,.ii i ult s..t -
'[h1'.time sot to ,wo tL!
1)u ilde rs i -. I l' -i Ifi r 1, .'
hotped tlh- tualttr 'i Ii
set tied by zact( u1)tarl I -
ery'body ~ 1-.~; 1,,)1'Iv *'4 *
jet't and willI fel a t
the systcrr; i'..:'-a
fturity again "t

rualiv, otli. Is .' 44 .
to its (V ht~r u i... .
1rhov h it I.
14'i'e


Start, on I~ig. Zr fI


H. i .t .. 1


er otA:,'t %&a-.rs. I
~ o~i'd ~ I' r4


-'A('I. t\ \ i 1. 1. 1-:Dec. I19. -A peti-
i"%% N1, ,'re Br-thers ttompanly. a
r' i;'ratl ri of Davtona, ad -
I 1a;.4.VJ~t wi. 1"ld in thle I 'it ee
C I .:~- ert' Ti4.lay by Attorney
l.it*Lr11.'l~. k-, rpresentng .Armn-
I .Lt,,r N Cot. ot Baltimore: 11. B.
A K. '~., in'i tne C H. Fuld (Co~
\ irk ('Itv. A suiputna for tile
pear ii. court wa14 i~s-uetd tod.tv
i*t I Stittc. Court Clerk E*. ~
--!'mftbi 1.' within tifet(.,-I days.


2~I 1 1. k G 11 i 111 h 4
'2. i.' pe Iti'Iiies the ailega-'
1 :r w;(i Ubnk rupt'v % lieu




!.~ i** a i ut f I r. I itiwe 's
n. B'lt each street, Satu r-
dv u 111th, ani wa sSlightly ( .3
;.. I. ''tr the beast was ab~e (t)
VIAt a uredg


GRILLING Of HAINES


GOING ON APAC[.


N\iui' Ini I his IDisgust


.4..'.' 4444 4J 4 s.ri.i
* ..~ ~'. ruin lug ip Ii
'4 At, .. o his' ':tiI.J auiil iii -
1114 4' l.a Ci'
4 ,.... -, t~ 4.*'44* 44444*
4 4 4 *i44'.J.~' 4 45 4,
4 4.
4 .4'


CiORPS[ Of SCW[ISfORT


IN RAILROAD WRR[k.


\\r V'.(Chj% i. (of t/ ti c
ht ti & 11 .': a le % Li d-ert ak


.j4 I ,-.thl-hritent.


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1~ 4 -
444444
11
4144 *'4.4 4. 4
l/e 4
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U t


Christmat'.Iua-


4.0'.Che~ery nat


TH E-7 V 0


I it I1~.'1.:. 4 .. 4 44 4 j 4 44
- i.44.~. 4 .44 44' 4


Wft& i


I


a


The Vote As It Stood Thursday Evening


i


I -w ,


I -


.


W 'WV Wffvv.


ht)th !-i&-i %,.tie Rounding L'p


inic Frial.


1 % ; .i


I


MOMMIML mm


IN HOT 01.44AGE.












!andkerchew

FOR CIRISTMAS,


-Sc-=T. Tht CrOl, RinR Silk Dress Patterns, etc.
SP AL BARGAINS IN WOOL GOODS.


lE lBAlEiS E. GARDINER CO.


ANTHONY BLOCK.


Telephone 102.


BARNES
THE NOVELTYMV N
~buf -t~u~ kad SdMrihO -Mw
PtoBuormp, Sewing Mirae n,
Tytrwrittfta Orceiery, e Glamre,
Vatlmy. 0 aSkw Toys amd
Not'10-1MO- ARNES
Will also frame TrO Pleturps, fix
your Lamps and Utbrelsas, tsharplm
your Auw mand other Tools and rfldr
al l most arythilg that Is out of whaMk
In fact. for any want call on
BARNES
STHE NOVELTY MAN
*f iAoutb frachbr 8trt, uyltoua. Fla.
:sr tesf eseusasssrr


- -_


Buy


Ties.


That's a safe buy for any man. We never knew a man
that had too many. 25c., 35c., 50c. and $1.00


CH1RR114T M A"


ANTHONY BROS.


I ~Who are nerer satisfied unless you are.





LADES' HATS AT HALF PRICE.

Thursday, Friday and
Saturday,


M. ELLA DeVOY & COMPANY,
No. 6 South Beach Street,

---------------- --ummmuses-866388881
-- ------- --- a-------- -


THE GLOBE


CLOTHING and SHOES

Best Values in the City.


Ldies Red Cross Childrens' Edu-ator Mens Bt ostonan I
SHOES !
----------- *******-*-*


diiarruv etA ,-t.-r~ty No" I: a,






1 ~ ~ rl Sb] N' it r it 11 1 lt/j i
I- U f',\. .


Lo atl1\ a' Ad) 'l 1w
1 Mr li:acI fNit- l. % V k 1 4 t.-igt h o
-,I I tyl i'I, r~ r-m- i

iih i !- (-Im i ith i'- ialot I tLL* ~.



*is hig (1 M NdnI3\,









1 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i ha I :Ip' ~ '~kgrvu: J
T: It, -,* I:i -mm I anid aa L 2
:A~ i-i h .l-. Tq 1; 1, '1\ T,,
I -. a. a


lDr. .T. M. Wallace was in the city
fr'm t Irnim,lI today.
Mrs. Laura Bakoom, who returned
l-ist week from her summer sojourn
ii New England, is again located at
"iN, Morgan for the season.


Mrs. I. H. Leseane's sister, Miss
EiLabeth Kaiser, is expected in
about two weeks from Utica, N. Y.,
to spend the winter with Mr. and
.\I Mi esesne, on North Beach street.
Mi-s E-velvn Atwood returned
vyesterday" from an extended visit in
New England and joined her par-
ents. D)r. and Mrs. Atwood, at their
h ne ,orn-'r Hidgewood and Volusia
avenues.
Mr and Mrm Claude S. Smith and
young son arrived from Jacksonville
ve-sterdav to spend the holidays
with Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and
Mrs Geo. F. Smith, on North Ridge-
oh .,I avet nue.
.\ *i''., S i. -Household effects.
irnituire. bedding. carpeting, etc.
,aie 1', p. in., sharp, Saturday,
I)eD-. i', at Garland cottage. ;141-
it ,il Birach street.
Miss M. F. Negus and Miss
Capsevy, f ('orrv, Pa., arrived yes-
ttriat, tand are located at the River-
,ide. on North Beach street. Miss
Nugus has many friends here. hav-
inrg .Speut last %%inter in the city.
Mrt C.' II. Vroome and her father,
.1 M L.ane, %1ho have been stopping
f r a tlime in IDaytona, as is their
.'i-II 'iwi while enroute to Miami for
tlie winter, (iiutinued on to that (.citv
,+trir Stn lilt-ni later.


II1\io~N.X 131*Ail. [Dec-. IY.-IPri-.f
I I I'Ila rt tcijoal or oiat Plnt covt


a --iEii~f lo-rlMwhuun itroif(,


.5a. *i-t 'At-f k du Iif;,


Ni~~~ I, Ia. m '. aM tiIn vr il taikho .%ill

'ini-Iiudkand tin-t~inllean."



't -It m- u'A I 'enin-ul

1 1 N i llrake, ho iN. lN
a~i:' it, j'mo-treturaned piTur!-
Ac -nt titMa-lbnmdtie not-

-h 11'J, ald w:


*' S*t.~' in>-.
* '%i' '-.j ..sta 1' 't,'a. eta in.

-, ~
a. a.-. Ko- ~
F *~ts it a." .i I


EtH OuaSake
SNOW ON.

S50 per cent.


DICOUNT ON ALL OUR CHINA.
That means juxtt ONE-HALF TIME
PRIC'E. We hold nothling lutek.
lome i ond tak e hoive at -7o, i11t-4
on the doll~t
CLAIK' S STINERY TSTORE..





THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
PublisheNJ every ve-iV flg. except Aual
tisy, fromia lDaeunaber I to April 1. 1)%
THK .;AZE',rl-.:-NFWS 4").
T- 10- VITZG;CHALo. Editor-.Nfaisa,-,r.
1.- 4'. l)xm .* ,tf. 4it v Editor.
4'. M. HAR e t-%. ircti hut ~imi M ir
4;r4). F. 4 'HoltcII. ~i wlIt jl
APiI.ltentitionps-~niiniv for '--tor' :it
p4)-.4jtthttI...it 0stoIlV.kil 1ti-bI&II-
PROF141ESS~ htIONAL~tt.





BUSETL


**O**.*l-u-u*.1 ** IEl eleE
F.W. POPE
Attorney and Counsellor at
~Law.
S Practice Iii stao .n itle ru-,.a-r i ',riiri
OFFICE OVEIR POSTOl-FCtE.
TcJ'-p ,lni- "4

T. E. Fltzgeraid K-: F ''.-
FITZGERALD & OATES


Attorneys and Counsellors a
Special Facilities for Examining
Perfecting L.and Titles..
Office in Conrad Building. Thc

SDR. G. A. KLOCI
* Physician and Surgeon
* Special i t'.t itthtoll il4 -n t% 1 I > -lt
( of th- 'E ,,i. l i ir'l ii iVai f al'++,
U ( I> 'Vf ,'I"v-r (;wlCt '" i t ltat Kg SruI
S Hours: 'O 4 % II. 1 t it O p pil. 7 Itt i
I House ? .hVNal iM ofi T .h a'lnriad
l***..*.*.* ..*e. moIe.
E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
I'hi 'l ,ll ., '
Fourth ) Qor "4e t Po.ttfli>.at
P i,,l,,. ', :s:'- I


ROY HOWEV. M. 1
S Physician and Surgeon
I*m ,',' >it i, ', } i, '!,',': *'{ !',
4 M t, ,i \ *, \' ...- !i
,, .a,- -: 'i ,
0 ',:.' ,,. .:. 1clephunc i;
e* O**004*1 ee* ***4


'CASCADE

i-quaaI'- An'"
Imported
.but k made

,i,.our home.
;[)% It 0% S


t Las*


pVALLACE~l 1

SStock of Toys
IS GOING FAST. ALSO TME 4
LARGE LINE OF
Alligator Goods.
WE ARE THE
ONIY v
Licensed dealer in the city
in this line.
..... rrri/


- 4 -i


SA Queer Consus.
. "When I was last In India." said the
globe trotter, -they were taking the
census. The returns were umot re-[
markable. In the Allahaid d census
thirty-five citizens des-ribed them-
weives as 'Tumen w ho rob witn threats
of violence.' There were 22'6 'flatter-
ers for gain.' There were twenty-five
'hereditary thieves.' There were twen-
ty-nine 'howlers at funerals.' There
were 145 'ear cleaners.' There were
seventy -six mImakers of crowns for
!dols.' There were fourteen 'heredi-
tary iainters uf hi-rse with spots.'
Thern; wer- nine *-profe.ssional false
witItnesses.'
"It seetmns remarkable, doesn't It?
Matybe,. th-ugh. If we. too, told the
strl, t trutlh to the census taker our
own ,'ensus Nwoull seem quite as quaint
as tlh t o4f Inldli.".
Mathematics.
"Now. >o;,'." said a schoolmaster,
":1 cml bliiit;li| hoi drove at the rate ofi
six Hilles an1 hour left London. beIng
foll,,wd three minutes later by anoth-
er sev.a iullei an hour. Where would
they meett"
.\At the T.ictrs.t lubllo house"' an-
Hs,.rod a ,prf-nlsln v..scholar.-LondooD
________ ______ 1


ndSelling "Carlyle." ------
ad Here Is %k ~ti~rSsulrty of bow be
me 121 soid Us faivUS Ipicture -,f Carly le to -ss -es-ss-ss -S
the #-; lasgow cl.ripur:tivui:I
I rN00'i0 them. well. you know, "OUR STORE"
0 charmilugl%. of ~ins' and one who.
a pk o *erstak. eI id TESO CAHU X R
:0 pk o ers se w tIdd TwoHE rSPouhtttCA he(JRosloCER
m Dot think I v :is put ting a large price TW otrloubfIh-PhthC
othe picture- l.i~xJ gulneu&-and jI H. S. MILLER, PT'oprietor.
la14 "'~ lerhi~~It 1)Uii~il ave YUu will SAVe WSUM by buying herip
P111 E*....*I-~..s
em~m And fie suld that It iseewed to the
coulp I! eci-itM~.-V *Why. the figure -----
Was U4D't 0,.11 Nlfe Size."
And I agre..d.
"B~ut, yolu knu.)xv2 I said. -few tmen
ark! life Sizer" .0TiI1DCh
And that ; ~afl It wais an offctal
i ti Ireswt'~j e0td it. iTheniI
th.'y uiktoI je to think o'ter the mat- BIN
ti-r uniW! h.. next div. aind they would0 p
kT,('f~ :~i~ A'(j hvY'ibie. Anld they O fti1 e
a'd. I i[a'. -iiu h. ut -j t ,fthe thou- *
.)d tl ~ id 'h hat %e sild about 'j'0A1
A,*I ~1, '*On*raitA ll Cashh-
-1 t411. 'A dv I whyn o
# -U141I- IILthink\lof

4 ~t**~* 'U0 MAKL !e-oo.N lul %&A
In V. ~'-!!14m .znr wen, they
~ ~ 'ii**: '' .!. :u~i .*v 'a. lltU acheck________


ScB~


Hi. E'LJICNE. JOHINSON.
Bicycle Livery.
LBicvce -supplies ald Repai'r".
Comm* and See.


:DR. F. H-. HIIOLT~iONU

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The Southern Art of Conversatin.
inn. uz theti''rth, as
cilip -t t a ai t- oluth, uz~aty be said
fle% t ti .* ei' .i-tA ats" iiersatlo~n.
A ..tt 'a.I 'i mt.. oiuirhouse, within
t oI.'. it~.'' it 1! o 4uie central
'.t~ m hv a-i c- C 1-f I'the I' 'cal daily or
'~ 'ik ~ ~ ,F, *atIOu tll. In the let-
!1j, :1 r,-sifde '.r ona the invizzIn~g porc-h
,;-'nri- f friend with 1'riendH 4
!-I: e heat rd a u' on % ersa tio~u
,Ahi, b :n xkW In the charm andtre
'If Iits Ijusttmm:Lio)Tj amid In the direct-
ta -i-'a 'Olid -ofal mm it.4 critio'tsmn Is
nt~ --t111i~t- n- Annrrbii-n life t#%Juay.
1' is tIhO' product 'of lei-sure. of a
'r ~it h,,tat asto-, v% It hout ruthless
[ir.0a.-t~i~tiInis~,thout those n.-sourvesi


sf -\.rs.~i'm aadIllteremt wh ichibe-
l'lg tv')tie t.-4owkied m rid ov er weighted
tein.am'Tt-tl.o ,f The lt)1inwero-ia] city. it
is-.. 4a)f~ -. at *tilt.etraditt~on oft
the"ri~~m. ar. Iis ilar t of the geld us
j~art'. m 4,11o'i ard sox'al habit.-
L. G.; M urphyi!I i"Thie IPresenit
London's Bridge&..
1,w 14,41111t.l t t mIV a are of the extent
010 t- het At% 14 IAo ld4on Is bridged
.- Ii i, it st-ns, there mire no)
fo t.- ha1;I *nrh bridges. ( If
Iiii--vI tt iit raH w y bridges,
ai re' t I.ii~* id on r, ads isuc!h a.
I h t f '.LI I i and m t id tfty -three Lire
F hth 1 115t 101 prli te pre~iji-
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li. II 'h. N N \1I) Meats.
HP. % L*[.lINi \N, (icents' Furnishings.
(iki BILR MORRI-S tARDWOVAIFiCo,-4p.Nj.
7 ~H ~j M \LLA Co., Furniture.
tI i f NDI~KlKS COMPA\NY, [rygoods.


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Xhsoumtluteiy Pure -
M, ater.


tOur V on 'make T rips Daily, e"
~~(4) all parts of
DAYTONA, SEAIWEE-['Z[. (I. iand )AVTONA BIEM
Ice for Boats D)eliv~ered ;at arii%1),#k Sacke1-d or Loosie.
OFFICE-R.ear of Sthant/ I'knt. 'Phow


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* W e handle afullline'

Royal Scarlet and Blue Label Giol

that excel anything on the mark

Their merits do the talking

U (. I VL AN M ilier ,trohr-
*Vi. LV I I 1 Co's Old Sta;,I'
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Ladies' 5weat
Just Recived at the Big Store

Single and Double Breasted, PU
Fancy Weavev, a d some In the Hew
nish Styles, Our prices are the lowA


THE PKECIUES CN


Accounts of Children

Every child should have a bi
count. The child who recei
early training in saving small a
will acquire a habit that will
valuable in later years.


Responsibility of Starting a Child I

rests on those who love the child best.
offer the opportunity. Children's am
especially desired. Four per cent.
compounded quarterly paid in our So
Department. Accounts may be opened
one dollar up.


The Merchants Bai
A. D. McBRIDE, President. J. B. CONRAD Vice-hP
F. N. CONRAD, Cashier.


DAYTONA ICE COMPANY


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Proprietor


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By the B-ow, D, Waok se Moah.
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Columbia Racycle,
lvr Johnson and
SNational Wheels .

I 222 South Beach Street i
a Opposite Yacht Club'
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DAYTONA, FLA.

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S* LocatPdec
specialty-largest and best
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CHARTER
place to hav your yacht
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on fte musm. i. my
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as Proms tat haevc oW din-


WROOM HOUSE and

I t t In KINGSTON
1me"Moc.L
WrJU~tSTATE CO.APnh'NN. ()k;
LI:RA'4 S. DNATO0.
ILsV .8LLAN. Ower.

kingos 01NKIDGEWDOD
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itbeftb d. to %r.. u Tlo .u Tat lit',
F0F rpFN %wauif A l 11no l4Ho ti4f o,1 Itofis
MbW. For pric-4*4. siddro-m.
kAL D W'N v'eaat r Im Iisks M lit.ht z'.


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The m~i u- e~a
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INt 1Wofd*ON 4 b fr is
t -a m' a mom yu a m2 as

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Tht wns., looked her ainbL
-. "Itsa pwte:-tjl tnw.' the tamer be
am" a"td. Vou uete a hen te om 0tal
or q La.ii hie& v as oeatu $am.y
O" ullm" CIK the# tm OR MW cvW


4beew. mdder. and the e~mataa best
Inthe bMiltfk f otswPf



Q, 3fl1 thw woman st i Woke d .-N
l at d- etcsan.


"It might be hlut-deMtally --tio
"'or the relief of aauxls alm "ays
ir. WodA Il llt, hlzuon In the AmIr-
lk*n Man-?itje- "that the rik of any
Indlhld:;l Imasiun into a tiae mad
reii.Aulg injIt It h mn eulkh to be
buried alive Is e"ce rdl y astigt
There Is no uutheuttk tnstaac ot thla
having -ever oc.urred. I took occaaoa
to investtgate this iupeatlon some years
agn and cotummuulat-d with a number
f kleadluf undertalkr. and they all
umanlaoutly deuoucedf It as one of
the myths of the tlms-a. Ooe of them.
at the tinwe t,r-sident of the NatloGal
Puneral I Ircctor'" asaxocatmon. I-
formed me that he had carefully li-
vestlgated every Instance of buerl
alive' retlorted In the newspapers tor
fifteen years ast and found every one
of them to be. In his ownlangual a
pure fake.''


Legs and the Alpsa
SIn the tisitois' book of one of the
Swiss hIwtels au observing traveler has
Inscrlbed the following Ulm:
S Donme dashitr youag tourists. I am
W ear trousers which sad at the knea
'Twerv better by half
S Jut tv cover the clf--
At least where the calf oughl ti ha.
Only those who hare seen the
Sscmrwny legs. iucaaed In mountain
climlmlig -ostume, of some of those
tourists who "do" the Alps can fully
ap,,recIlate the humor of the "llmerktk."


Z. ; HALL
%itect andtc 14-uildcr.i-


St~ee 2WO Palmetto Avenue

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Sam-~0 CP1I~~rlC~


our Specially.


-14i3wstmas Cigars,
kCmwiies, Pipes,&c.


Nuts as Food.
O One very great advantage which
nuts pnsmcss over mont foods Is their
ultlolute fmTdonm from adulteration
SWloien you buy nuts you always know
vlha;t you are getting. Of course those
ltugiht ini the sthell are also absolutely
iclea'a. <;ood leualth.


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Everything

Photographic
! SIPICI AL PRICES ON

iPortraits for the Ioli- i
day Season. $
S t,, ,%-ropinK and 'rntblg eow the S
4mtcur a Speist3t

Anderson & Clark
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MACON THORNTON

REAL ESTATE

ORMOND and ORMOND BEACH
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Mom at HagUy--
;I a w I. .1 Hunary regard a
--fnl uat a tas reatest ponibie
s-3 d they will Ottre anything
adme to pt om an appearaceor be-
a m ll waebtd. TIht lactng Is car-
eu o b r- eI- aordiMry extent, and
ol mm I Is e mi d la by torme until
--M W"V aMnk that the owner could
-it-680Te Yet Ie this confined
h -aIfr Well plWnge Into the
wtLM-t U C Huu lna deawne known
as- Oe em and prance Cntrmtkally
so tbst damemrs untl at tbhe end
Oa 6k, i Wa ezhausted and well
W O sbfbK Ou a sofa. As they
SoW lddW mot of tew easlim beauties
bec eoiermom ly stout, and then
ty am regarded an quite old. The
H-r~iamsr, tlboug they resemble the
Td in many ways. have not the
TwkIh admilratinm for fat women or
ea fttkhb admlration for elderly
Ma Sup beles. Hungary Is a land of
GUII YOM women, and when they
i OO their lumre they lose their attrac-
tivemes and their power.-Modern So
ie~o.


Timss Is Cuhand."
"Yes, tree. Bill: times is changed
mice you an me waa doln' our court-
I'," mid Adonlram Clover. with a note
of sadeess In his voie. to old Andy
Clover, who had come over to "set a
apelL"
"W'he we was doln' our courttn'.
Andy, a gal thought she was bLn'
treated right harnaom If a feller bought
her 10 centa' wuth o' pep'mints once in
awhile, an' If be tuk her to any doln's
In town ahe didn't expec-t him to go
down Into his Jeans to the tune of a
dollar or two for Ice cream an' asoa
water an' candy at fo'ty cents a
paooud. My son SI tuk his ducksy-
daddle to the band concert In town
yiatiday. an' there wa'n't a quarter
left of a dollar bill be struck me fer
time he got home. Beats all the way
young folks throw the money ay'
nowadays. I tell ye times Is changed
mightily since we was boys. an' the
Lawd only knows what the end will be
with a feller layln' out 75 cents on a
gal In one day f- St. Louls Republic.

The Inn-eant Young Thing.


The manufacturer of a moving pic-
ture machine was explaining to a
group of acquaintances how he had ob-
tained a series of pictures showing a
celebrated massacre that had once
taken place at a western army post
In the days when Indian warfare was
a horrible reality Instead of an exhibit
on a Broadway stage.
"The commander of the post." he
mid. "had a detachment of soldiers
and another of Indians re-enact the
scene for us. dressed exactly as In the
old days, so our machines could secure
o.r r lo tall t-rh .,rklaiil. fI't \f *h In.


3LET TR "0 MAL j

= O ive them one for


Christmas

a and we will t*t'h tbhemn
* how to ..,aurv Kgodl pi-
tures ill the wvay bv the

DAN, LIGHT SYSTEM



SEE LESESIE

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KODAK PLACE,*

a Beach Street,
0 TvTo Doors North o( jd Avenue,
Next Door to the
Prince George Hotel, :
I DAYTONA. FLOIIDA.
uUI0lUlElUlOlOl0UOUEI0U0E


HOTEL PALM BEACH
Surrounded by warm waters of the Gulf
Stream. Protects guests from ALL cold
weather. Its homelike Informality and
moderate rates attractive to those mak- I
log a long stay. For booklet and rates
address MAAGoRa Palm Beach-


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W. C. Mayville, of Philadelphia, ar-
rived yesterday at the Ridgewood.


Despland Hotel.
Among the arrivals yesterday at the
DI)spland were: Mr. and Mrs. N. A.
Corte, Amherstburg, Miss.; Miss Maude
Lalone, Toronto; L. L. Hoffman, Phila-
delphia; Mrs. James Cook, Brooklyn.
Capt. Adler, of Magnolia avenue, ac-
coumpanied by S T. Brown, of the I)es-
pland, went down the river fishing Fri-
day and were fortunate in making quite
a nict. catch. Among the lot wet. three
ten-pounders.


I Where to Worship
K.


FIRST M. E.
Sunday school at
superin tendon t.


Charles V. Gailor has purchased
the residence, which he is now oc-
cupying. on Fairview avenue, of his
father-in-law, Albert Winne.


t For sale or rent,
furnished cottages,
.1. (;. Brown, 11:" S.


Ridgewood ave.
Ili glewo 0d(1 ave


D)r. S. W. ('arroll has just had a
cement floor laid for his store ,porc,'.
tilling tlie space between tile -ide-
walk and the entrance t th tiiil.-
ing.
Ai ll \, S.AI --liQIuseh>old elt cIts,
furniture, bedding, carpeting, c'.
Sale 2:1 I'J). in., harp, Salrl.;i\
D)te. I!,. at UGarlaIndl c' ,ttage, :: II
South Beach street.
Fe(dore Bailey a rrirveI \\'Itis-
day night fro,, MNerildei, ('o1 utnd
Wt ill muwn |t|l..tho V; ,,te,- wilth II1, .


e e I | ue U I ine ouisiau ut L Z L. & UVL LA- I11 41 '11 itI t fitl-il% I II tI% II I ,
dians, the defense by the white sol- r1-,,.ther, .N V lalev ai d family.
diens. their massacre and the destruc- ,o the centrall b,, hidt. IMr. l'aile\
tlon of the fort." is an tni'le of ) W. and 1 .
"It may be very Interesting." said IStves, of tills 'itv.
the kindly citizen. "but I should not
care to ace It In even a picture." l. e hoz-,, I t
The sweet young thing listened with I -,it,,ated at Slver l'eah. n, an
wide eyes. autonobile c'liub house, Lath. i:,t
"And did they really kill the white an ti ,ll iei ('1I atI ift atr. -
soldiers for you?" shie asked, breath- 1 'at'-,-., -
less.-New York Press. 11tea'iI ,vld (,raea d fr servcat,,. Iir
__ ter -t. Nent'l. YI for s ason. hli
Two Arctic Enemies. i'lfi'Te 'if Fit/gei.lI. IIr ai\
Since the begiulnltg ,of time there age: it. 1
probably has been entity lbetweeu their
polar tear and the walrus. Except for O OrangKs anJd silrcr Clustcti oirape I ruit
the walrus,. bruin's reign oler the arc- 1 '""l "-' !'1'" .' .! / '.< [ ,*' !..t- : .. i. i.
tic reglaus has been aliutl< t, unchal I IIt/.l I .., ,.1:0 >t, -. ; ,I1. 11 -, ,
letiged since the race of wammioths '. ""'
passed. All the hardy flesh eaters that ,, I' ,.t. ,:' it .'" '. I ...
Inhabit the bleak, unfertile northland ,, ..... ,,. ... ,
arv his natural prey. But most of all ', .,.\
he depends upon the seals and sea | ,',,. i ,
limas for his food. There Is only one .1. '. i
animal that Is Iowerful enough to ,i,. ,* ... .'. ,
defend Itself and offspring against the "'I', ,' ,' ''", ', ',. '- ...
polar bear's attack, the huge and tultn I I. ,. .' u '
brous walrus, but Its movements are 't',' .. ', ,,
so slow and awkward %hen (out f ,, ,, ,.' ... \
the water that often it Is IIl t'sitle ( : ,,, ,, ,,, i i, 1. i* :
for the bulkyv animal to rtHrd theb- \V .


swift attack and retreat (f its siminller
opponent Frank Stick In St. NLcb
olas
Three of Tnem Knew.
According to the h'bladtliibhla Rt'c
ord. a boy of eight said to his mother-
"Well. there were oniy tbree bloys
In schKool today who could answer one
question that the teacher asked us."
"And I hope my y boy i one of the
three." said the prouC mother.
"You bet I was." answered the you'e'
hopeful. "and Sam Harris atd lHarry
Stoue were the tbher two "
"'I am \ery glad y,.u ,roroedt v,,urseli


All copy for change of advcr
tisenments in the I)aily Nev\s must
he sent in not later than 3:(M)
o' clock the day preecin< \\%hi:h
the ad. is to appear.


Ursa Major and Ursa Minor.
A pr-tt um yth Is ; t,,. .1. '~!- I d
her s->,t lt' cuolnnecttl. \\lt I r-'a .Ml;t'-I
and I rsa .lMinor Jutll, h!i,old tdlic
beautiful (alllsto Int.,' n H .ir. \\ ',,
seeing her sn one da.t. a;d\iit- ed in,


CHIUR Hll.
JA:I), Judge' lbac


lPr.aching 11 a. in. Subj, ct: 'I
Malln Who, Follows at a l)istance." T
choir will render thl' anthem, "Th,
that Trust in the Lord," by Lermnan.
Epworth League in Epwortlh H:il, G.
Preaching at 7 clockok Sul jt-
The Pilgrims."
Strangers are invited to, -,"r :%I
worsllip tlic l.ord with us.
1). H. Kutter, ptntAir.


('ON(;KEG(ATIONAI. CIII Hll.
T'Ine regular Sunday services ut the
('otigregational church. Sermion: by ttie
Rev. Byron F. Marsh.
C'hristiaiii Endeavor melt.s ait 7 t. II1.
I'he public invited

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"h i. MN I t ':,4 ) ziY l >;t I %"'[ \ I' ," ,tf ',
selt Ili( I :1. Ill. M 'i L% l:\ % v>tf ,il !noii,
choir.


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'I J -I hl' i : a -'lrn.t, 1i.4 %% -;. 'ii I rlei
the I .ii ito t- a nh. -juae. and i t s ts an
rtorirer. 'i wert -just lts#-.419t1l aUSto
Qiv ex istenit.' of the girulr.i a iiew spec
Mien9 of %ih~-h hih-, just toet'ii tdded to
the jartilni ds 1'l:anu tes. Ihe earliet
sloo'tilnu \\of these gntle e aL-i's ;wag
w4eii inllI'aris In the reign of IA)UL'4
X \ 1. We letirnfromi a Fren~ch fconv
tt-T,; 'ranr'-, !hat the giraffe was ilrst
I :,A I i 7, w eu enIt %4 us de

.1 .t'~.' h-it had Journeyed in t ht
(-f~ i the Hlottentots and K'atthrm
hit thet e'xptlorer referred to the t
'I8l:1!-. %% h the long uneckv he was torek
UPON '04I k* i M Nunichausen ad ldtool
Az-11 it-h itS uch in not the RpsIltes(
:i1~' !a~'.It \%ias only %%henl Soule .1
pot. ,-1.11 Aelv" arm'i cd In the l'rtvu, L
*:t;.:tail that Levali'iant's reputdtion tfur


THE CLARENDON I


SEABREEZE. FLORIDA..

Opens on January Ist, 1909


'otthges with St.ea Iiat. ll, tric Lig.ihts. hlot and Cold Water,
Telephone.; lii-il. (GraIlc A -\tpp itinents, For Rent, with or
willniut servant.-.


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a Nom- Open for Sca,;on 90o8-Q.
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1justly calld the largest "ad w=A t4 I

Sole Digiribitn ls for A S U Colobn


spcil attention is cal to e

Pirt* Lim will he


HAIL ORDER I

eheerfulIy mailed


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Profesor Call,
Regiment Bi
Ky., Ir


The meeting of t
May 0. Forward At Once.--Cou- reorganization of a
cima mMUf (Ocs After nouncement in ye,
i at the office of No
The Shekels. terday evening, an
ization of the o14
&? MilC MA A~aeffected.
LIE flU W ""
MI9D W There will be s
: the band boys ha"
S I ; Professor Call. of


The untimely and unwarranted demise
of the patcrhe'd-up occupational tax or-
dinance. has resulted in creation of
strzt work, causing a silence that is in
striking contrast with the sound of pros-
perity. It was the painfulne, of thiis
til.-nce that et Councilman Mills to
wwrk with a subscription blank which
hIe has carried among p-uleAv interested
in street improvement.
He hai secured in the neighborhood of
6200, and more can be obtained.
In addition to this fund asum of abtjut
$20-O-more is pledged- that was rai.el
by those who meant to resist in thi
courts the occupational tax ordi.ance,.
had the conni and mayor %ien fit to
lpas. it, has been pla of a committee, named by a delegation
of citizen ,t o be applied to the improve-
ni.ent of Ridgewood avenue and Ntach
street This total of about $4(10, th, v
*ty ('an |e alienieritedl a11 Ia lot *if


was at the head of
band of that city,
the season to imnprt
Ihe boys will ha
week, Wednesday
at each practice, a
season advances tc
There is general
tenance of a good
the boys may nai
supply the want.

The 'Lsc
"What's the mat
"We're pilayin'
WUtie's a-belu' ti
lion an' the hippy
ope. an' It ain't fr


mS If-WWAlZII

DIrector of First
and. Louisv illk,
*i Charg'..
those intree-ttd 17 ;!.-
kband nwt. za-' per an -
irnan S. l~avtona. yes,-


wventeen pie'ce.-, :afl
securedd as in struovtwr
L~ouisville, lKv. lo
fthe First t Reiiczit&z
but is. in IDuyte hnfr-
live htis L~ealth.
and Friday', t -oIll- mr-
Uld they h ipe n Ol-
nitI t--t III le! he ilati
ke it p-r~rin~ci~t ttll


ding Headvy."
crvrus 1I':riidlt. an'
tie ele-joebait atil' the
itannus tin' the dill!


lIecture Before Palmetto Club.
An iun i enti.- itad. that N.-:;. ('.
Bartle't ('rante, of hKaji ,az,,,,, MIuch.,
will give a h-

patlch work aeeo nlli-hnl Club a"d otli.'- intere.-td, ,'; i ,t, -N ,
It is said the mayor. counW it and all1: ing Of January -'Ot2i, xtli.h ,\\ 1 d:. s-
intereted will readily accept tihl. prof- day. Mrs. Crane i ll t.,lk i 'i <'.C,. *.!!
fe-red help aiud that tiegotiatittiit h t, as sh' i- rtpottiI to Lie ,,;: : 11i-
T. Titus 1i do the A.irk is twping c r[- uual gift- %ill in all l ru,,.it. !, i.
ried on. r, pr, ,ittdtt I r f ti It g.
They think suflici.nt of funds ll %1. ..
secure-d t put the streets in pretty faith
condition. A great <-lanivr i. bcing
made for work out toward Mt. Ararat. 3 O
whe-r, th, rotd is unusually r.,'ugh.
-. -i ^1- '^ 0


ORD SANTA CLAUS


AT CITY SCHOOLS.


Christmas Trees a Conspicuous r


A d, 1h- erLAl ~-\nU
ri P 1, I-,,, x-


Feature ( f The Schools'


Exercisess.


( 'kirist tit&- c-, er ;--e- u -rt- 1si v I at1 1 .
pu I of(~.ic rtee(oI I riday itfto flmiitin ii~ iitIi,
Iitg a itfuzlibth'erIt' i-au! tfu I(h red w I
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('01Im til. f- ht ulwt AI~~
tif %li.- ItkrataM T'tIitri uI NI- all
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h~d tee, had thi. ther fe--Ii lit' l"""'A1!I..-



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Emtrtal Omt for
Young and Old.....


Crystal Theatre.
TO-NICGI T.

New Song.

BARGAIN WEEK
For Six Days Only
ADMISSION io CENTS


VAUDIEV ILLES


Wctk ekLcember 2ist


MissLucille


Week D)ecemnber 28tk


Howze


Sisters,


I'llik' PLee to Spend a pleasant hour
I'. (or-- va N %a 7 :m iP. NI.


Where to o and
What to See.......
it


'GATOR MOVING


PICTURE SHOW..

TO-NIGHTI
Attractive Pictures Well Worth
Seeing:
Complete Change of Programm
Every Night.

"The Blue and The

Grey, or Days of '61"

Rag Picker's Daughter.
The Cascades of Brazil.

1MatinL s Wedne: day and Sat-
urday 3:30 p. m.

N^C@OW*I 00009
Show Every Night.
Admission 10 cents.
Doors open at 7:00 p. i.


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WILMANS


OPERA HOUSE


SEABREEZE


Coming Attractions:


T"lE PICKEJRTS- Week D)ec 28


COBUR'lN MINSTRELS


January 12


MABEL PAiE-Week ending
January


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I LOCAL


ITEMS. I At GARDINER'S


IT' ALL 1, S 1UPI N SM )K E.
'h- Jt ma.' selection of F'ine C'igars
.01. T()accis. lie like:s to sm11oke.
1I j1 i L a treat. -Nothing like a
1 1 Isvaiia smt on a ('hristinats


W\ I I I Ictvi-i~' s it 't)rville anid
im %%It., have been attending
rMa, ken i)/ vs'h'(1 ,.ia -I Dobbs'
N Y ,atr ive~l last night to4
h r'e ~ ck atcat ion here
a rt, C!('fl io n t, aun extr '
k :i is ~A~uc wr


,!I \u1.ijsia ;iveizne, fo)r a few
1i it 't'-terdaiv fr I\ arim.M r.
h j ItAid, a stliat Iin the New
-,c*f the New V.rik A- Newv
1 I -11N' 'LIA I Ic 0th -11 a short

P *~ I >rut '-f TIretitlIII, N. *1
\I HIi Olt- tItV wedinesdav. M r.
~'h j"Iswell kiwwn here, hav-
iiL hoCldi ositiulls withkthe C (ilbe,
k!1 1 othcr 1liu'.nejss h, 'us4e8inl frtmetr
.-'lvcxjict-' to spend the winter
tI I aVtoni Llie spent a month In I
.1 wk -" 'n 'iUlv e litre corning (on to
11o- ('11v


---ART STORE


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Art Calendars,

Mottos,. Christmna 'Booklat,,


and Cards.


NieN% s of Da Ntoi ta aZi
% iinlitv,
V inu,hcd in tiiiia..k anJ %% .hakiji ii,l ".~
I-'atiiigun

EASTMAN KOD~kS AND l11-V


U' \' i-1>. I I


w~w.w.w.w.w..w.. use.


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t .h arl NV i ri t. ,-. in ;i !:t i U .' i : !
tUhl wvill arri,. ve,,. ',I,- r. :;i\ ;;. 111 >,
I all l, w lifi- ,if ',';, i *.,..., .;j
niversltv t, s|',,l,, t- .1. : ., -
'Aith their jitent-s.


bb.


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BILLIARDS AND POOL.
,, U l t l I .+' ,'-\ h i:> lll ltlllg .


FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO
k I I I I f *, ,T t .L A I 1. 1 .4
0
; II I M4 .
!i iII ,1 l-:K. l hi I' I.AI'A'4.
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ARM V KRPUI
H M A 1) W RAE
$2.00 auid

ftrd Phit no C*"



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ph~ ~t --


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-aaammasas*s*s*suew;*


Bond Lumber Corn
MANUFACTURERS OF


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Rough and Dressed Cypress Lumber,!
Lath, Shingles, Flooring, CO ilinrg, Brick, Lime and Cement isI
otnoi'e tInd Ylt.r": .. f',%ii t i oa' t lltI, oIai l lrang.- AvemI .-e
bon. 83 R. J. MALBY. l


ATLANTIC MOTOR CAR


No. 8 Beach Street, Daytona, Fla.


I"-ft'I"ititAfC'leveliand, who *
chl t AhvileN Cis0 Automobiles

C Riamund
Ii(I iif st.~~ferr( laughter, :a
Ot; e .\1?f'.t(l'd t- an ,ie this evenling an
fr~n thw eas~t t.-. tjienid tdiiwinter. IN ic u t
Hit ldiv ki'thje 'nigregatii nal Secondhand Cars take
hr.n ~tl iLH'e a reception iil So-in
Ii~til ~x~ Y 1,lr- i.ht, A hearty*ieumuumv...
Wi-i'i 1j. i t eXtt-witi t,- V all %"I:-


'ri -~at 'i'' I IvtiLltheatre for {)nit'
ne'. W I havv' o-mo rrow for.J1i(-k-
,i~l~ lli' t Ire lie will start Monday
iif]

V o t* -ifteiar 1-
1 1, Yit '.triv after-
'H T 11sr-lI)'] lie N~int iatr ith fher
Ml8aniearul. att
11:1~tI.FttI4't homre ti1nSut
U-i ~ ~ ~ F L r r I is a-. si~l Is-l
'.4 n I'iyhas:i


V.,1 11
Is


ii'~~ (x ot h~t4ij.N
1i 'Hmirde Livnighit

am I.ott4 rt.m.gre ave.


Ni'~~~~ '. h i tedAler azlI is
I ". i.?"'a.nd~ pleasure in
~. f tHe will lhe ill the i
i's- -~' % Liitteks and in IDav- ;
-~ I s at ~t''k It. h ti mirt,
-, i Iii Lianti he Is enljOyingI
*..iI ~. I.ig sl-t4 :tllv ''armed
) a.%t~oiijia ni :k -,SiIrroundings.1


.01013


and Gasoline E


ITireF, Bousch Magnetos
id Spark Plugs.
Allowed the Trade
n in part payment for New


1 I TI N (


lltnic ailly Newsdj-, fie *1,l ilf.iT ja~ .,&lriirthe execuiN
classes ,iJ .Ji A) I 'nrirttItg. N~wIW,-"t1%it'1:11161 iirst-clwaa
ei~btsthlis''A-c ti, t Umiu r i t t :, 4 %V Lork.*.


Let us figure on you next job of prim


GOOD IFOR





Thewe vows cast for
F Eachiisueetthe I~ivNi'
It UMM4 Lhe voted wIvIth)n i7 a IS. *


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OF t11HE


COMPANY


MS ADVERTISING PAY?


IT LOOKS THAT A1.


ARMOUR'S


OUR AIJ41Y MARK[I' QUOTATIONS:
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THE NATIONAL BISCUIT


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COMPANY'S


1iMA


TNm OARES


AMUSEMENTS


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Soft


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BOWLING ALLEY. INDIAN RIVER ORANGES ,.
To. ImftrI. .-. Grape Fruit and
"11.i.*" l i.-, iit fopth r t'hi c*+.,- latn f
noi, txt,. ,r Tangerin_ l*ns..T ,e ne
ql iOll* ttr
--A l*ltll nilld |>rit; It b i o -,i I', ,,r rii''.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. BOX TRADE
SOLICITED "u u m "c wc ....
S.. "GEORGE H. MUNROE
OROWER AND SHIPPER
N ,. .B:.\E'H MAT'RI'KKT. s2 S. RIDMiEWOOD AVE. Davtona. Hia.


PtuL AL I ILS


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