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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 31, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00269
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pn e csma will bring things to

lt we oneof the most beau-
sli-rid attractive cities in
S $ a "rd feeling ;" isf yte-ou
Sitev C indthe; it un notrr stand
K Ba S. forward to better things,
-IfI maor It musst lag
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b, If ~ ~ ever houe ome ome
b bis' a we of e p spiit,
ad a f lk and pull for ou
fat be't tmihe w ad

Yo will tat tired feeouling;" if you
sa IU firom "Hoodmi gerni"' get
atr you've ; otfflit with the "dtw-
L mt"bp all tha t a bacillus-killinn
a -ge, do afflicted wiaul hroni
Ssit in the word bitterlor and
Fate ato'e's blessed purifhe-r learn
'4Mrft Mcm you.
A rown-up on hi kned
It yo uA fortune crmne-
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I ot ae vcimts today
Y to fune ral dirged tuis
SYoa, wind wll your what ~h ust
For You've got to husti'.
Phug into the fight,
Hit to left and to right_.
And keep crashing and stut-l111iro.
SkW all that bawling-
I lasted, do some mauling.
I makes the world bitter
To lok at a quitter;
FWte so-ol when she P4F%
A grown-up on hit, kn(" .-
Uwre sawyers and lens bowlers, inorc
ho nam march in better time to a cluick
cw than to a funeral dirge iW wical
Daytom wants, and what Ohe h1ist


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Orw U uwssi mad VO"I u.


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Right Prices, Liutoim Aw 4b
mapsehim to~ Tk'ss Yes RhLG Ni t~l cr m .
Lot Us ft Vow Jwslss.
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I ROOM Do&. 1.-Foel m& at MKe-
Sa mnd R-m mad other detroyd
-lm w ho bve ot yet besm buad
bIM, are, in aU pnrobabiliy dead. r-
dw t- a -t-- w- ---it p -day.
tbmlmN 0 of qukri have bee seat
Ito utrtic om the aceme, who have
made eery effort to locate p&eons
a t"forl but amprartively few have
ben lfad.
lmd of bodies will never be re
nwrdl--a-my are lfeicmstt-d ino he-
ruii rwhle others have been washed
away by the as. I_
Probably the closest estimate yet
made will ot con within 10,000 of the
actual mmbr ded In Southern Italy
and the Oorth aost of Sicily.
There are 100000 pesoons who need
bhopital turmtmet.
The railway station at Mevtina, where
mnmy people gathered after th. firet
a ock, hoping to escape by train, was
u .covered today revealing scores of
corpses packed toLether.


0 DAILY NEWS


PUIISBED TOiElSI.


Postofficc, Merchants Bank and
Stores Closed All or Nearly
All Day.
Everybody is planning for a good time "
tomorrow and the Daily News will join I
thie mnerI throng and take the day off,,
so you will not bear the familiar piping
\oi(e (if the carrier Ioy announcing hI


-B'inksrh.W n Ceveliand L~mAsu


GOVE SHOP


TO BE


REBUILT.


City Council Gives The Big Con-
tractor Privilege of Replacing
Recently Burnt Shop.


CITIZENS PETITION TURNED DOWN.


When it became known that Ccon-
tractor Gove desired to rebuild his work
shop which was burned in the Sunday
morning fire a petition was at once
passed along by a few citizens in the
vicinity of the site of the proposed


ar, i al :t your door. building protesting to the maytvor against
the rebuilding of the shop
The Merrchlants Bank will not open it I When Mr. Gove went to the mayor for
dot crs at hi 1, the postoffice only from 2:J30 his permit to rebuild the mayor called
to 3 30 p m., the stores will in the main attention to the law governing the case
s'ay closed, anid everything arid every- and said in the face of the prote-st and
bd)dv will be in holiday attire and holi- in consideration of t;e ordinance goy-
day spirit earning such cases that lie- would have to,
Th, hotelIs are prej airing elaborate ithholdh consent.
n,.-nu card. aud those who do not go, Mr. Gore carried his cas,- to the city
,out feasting their eyes and earupon the council, showing that other like build-
picturesque- local scenery may go to one ig been erected within tle terri-
(of the many hotels and feast upon the tory embraced y the tire ordinance
good things whicn. will be spread uPnaI After due consideration of the matter
the fefstal boards. upon motion of Councilrman Smith the,
Many little excursions h*%e be<,n council authorized the construction of
planned and if the elements smile pro- h. building and the prct.-t of the citi-
pitiouy a goodly number of folk will ns was bu ried.it
hl.' theims,'lv(es to the jungles of the To- j
mka. Some will automobile south to
tw Snmyrna, others will content them- 1MI CSOUII MAiINr
shlv,.- on the beach Iy runs to Ormind THE III iAMlAlK
and to lone, Park.
le(,( a l d reel enthusiasts are overhaul- i WONDERFIL DEVELOPMENI
ieir their tackle in anticipation of a big R
d(ay with bass, trout and sh wlhilh a number of nimnrods are polishing James Bryce, Ambassador to(ireat
upl their fouling pliects for a tramp
through thi( sav:annahe. Britain, Notes Wonderful Prog-
The )ailyv News hopes each and every
onrc nRav h;\ave ,hi cup full to overflowing, Predicts
and that Jan-uary 1, 1909, 1may long be Jarne-s Bryce, the UI'ted States Min-
renlmcmbTred fur its sunshine and joy. sister to Great Britain, dropped in upon


iThe Vote As It Stood Monday Evening


the Southern Commercial Congress, as
spectat ,r, but, yielding to the clamor
for a speech, he paid a glowing tribute
to the wonderful push and spirit, ich
is making the Southi over anew:
".incp I c-anie hlerec eitrhteen nonlths


i HOLLY HILL

HOLLY HILL, Dec. 31-Mrs. Ilarri-
man and grandchildren have returned
to Jacksonville.
J. W. English spent Christlmas with
his family, coming from New Smyrnia.
L. Cave has gone to Titusville for a
few weeks.
Mrs. Dan Clifton and children were at
Rockledge from Saturday until Monday.
) Mrs. W. H. Edmondson had charge& of
the Sunday School entertainment given
on Monday evening and was ably as-
sisted by Mrs. Peterson. A very en-
joyable program was well carried out
and much enjoyed. Among others
from Daytona were Rev. and Mrs. H.
1). Rutter.
Mrs. Chas Hlarrisl0t t Sunday for a
visit with Mrs. Winthrop, at Tallahas-


see, and expects to be away two weeks.
Mrs. I)avenport and son, Alvin, are
expected to arrive about Saturdahy to
spend th, winter in their pretty bun-
galow. \\e shall all gladly welconec
them.
T. H. Cave, Jr., and family came from
Jacksonville to spend Christmcav within
his parents They returned Sunday.
The old adage reads 'It is better tole
born lucky'than rich." Tom \Wetherel
should come in that category, as lhe was
the fortunate winner of the fine raine
given away by the (ruber-- Morris Co..
and his little daughter, Harriet, is the
proud owner of the large doll lately dis-
played in the McFadden window.
Miss Milburn, for several years our
primary teacher, was married on11 Cri-t-
mas day to I). E. Lyton. of Port Orange
We extend hearty congratulations to tihe
happy couple and wish then m uc-h hal)-
pines.. Mrs. Lyon will continue to teach
through the rest of the term. gre-:tly to
the satisfaction of our little peItple and
their parents.
We have to chronicle tlie marriaige ,f
another of our Holly Hlill girls. Myrtle


Crews, who was formerly at school iher'-.
Mr. Edmnonds,-n officiated, having driv-n I
to Tomoka on Thursday where the kl cit
was tied uniting W Mitchell Hlunte.r and
Miss Myrtle Crew. in matrinion \\'e
wish them long life and haplincs.-.


*Uuftes and S'er Cluster Orape Fruit
ircit I n'qc 4-eI ro iI.,- ccu' I c:It i % :uu- i mlIt-r-
tlltzo-cl t-ji% iiie'l t i,- ~.-:i r-. Nit e-it, :1 14ltd -
*.r gzairdie-ii. tho'r-r'-ptc Ite- fe-tel it I % lelcice
e-quali-ut and it :*-%,'r eXV4'e. cie'.r ciii'
ttc 0 14 MS*&1 e1 '-J ,. III ( III ccit k'-4:;j I I VJ.111 1of 1'( 1111 -
- r.% ?Icx.


THE NORTH


SWEPT BY


BLIZZARD.


Mercury Is 200 Below and Traffic
Is Interrupted-Snow Is Still
Falling.


ONE 'DEATH REPORTED SO FAR.


OFf AGAIN, 135 DEAD


ISIT RESULT


FINNIGAN? EARTHQUAKE.

Due to Reported Indifference of Little Hope For American French,
Many Wno Were Thought to English and German Residents
Be Interested. in Stricken Territory.


If *ONE NO!, GONE FOREVER.*ITALIAN PARLIANENT IS CA11EI.

S19- L aia Ir t it


It seems now that those enthusiasts
who met two nights ago at the Florida
East Coast Automobile Association club
house on the beach and in good faith
announced a four days' March race
meeting for Daytona Beach, reckoned
without their hosts.
Subsequent developments tend to con-
firm the present opinion that the an-
nouncement was premature, unwarrant-
ed by the conditions as discovered when
a real show-down of the color of coin
was demanded.
When the solicitors started around
with the hat instead of a glad hand-shake,
a welcome howdy-do and "about hof
much do you want from me:"" they found
themselves running constantly into wet
blankets and the faster they walked the
colder grew their feet? So many seeinme
to be afflicted with heart trouble the so
licitors were afraid to press for such
sums as would be necessary to justify
the demands of a meet.
That previous races have been worth
infinitely more to Daytona than Day-
tona ever put in for them, in advertis-
ing, in 'ringing people here, in focusing
the eyes of the world on this city, no
one who is thoroughly con verdant with
the situation will dispute; that the pro-
posed March meet and races for the
years to come would be of inestimable
worth to Daytona is conceded by those
who look beyond the surface of things.
Then whl nrt"'


Rt R I Probably this is it; Let the other fel-
[ l. ll, ,ss.] low put up for it. It is a good thing for
the fellow's purse who stays out, if the
ST. PAI'L, Minn., Dec. 31.-One of other fellow will put up the stake andl
the worst blizzards that ever visited the nih share the benefits.
Northwest is raging today, and many I Mr. Merchant Man, Mr. Ilotel Man,
railroad trains between this city and the M Bridge Man, Mr. Everybody, don't
Idaho line are stalled by the snow. 'I he figure the very dollar and cent vii
mercury this morning dropped to 20 would expect to get. in re-turn, for acor-
below zero, and so far one death has tribution you might make' but ligure
been reported. The snow is still falling what it will be worth to laytona and
in all the States along the border. the Daytona section nw ant d hlrtnaf er
and how much you might .-har, in tlc
general prosperity. ad< give in at' coid-
Stork Makes Christmas Gift.
; 2ince.
I'eter l.aldas, proprietor of the Ladats If the race. g,.s by (it fault t!i- vyer i
fruit store, is now the proud father of is the opinion of irany that it %ill.-,
two~ boy-, Mrs. L.adas having presented the finish of races on IDaytona beach.
hiim with another son Christmas night. There will be a final nic-c(.ing thii- :;f-
Mr. L.adas was, naturally, much pleased, t if not surprised, with this Christmas tee appointed to rais-e fuiclds anli 'cr,-
ipr.-se.nt, and says that it encourages him elude arrangements and at this writinii,.
to hope that at some time in the future 1:00 p. m., the outlook is v Iou h,1, :.-
Ile will ,be aile to mra.ster the business luminious.
and political situation in D)aytona with-, Saturday's D)aily Ncw-- \\ ;ill ,ittii
out foreign assistance., the list of contributors to) the pri,lp- 'dl
__meet so that all interested --a il In.:irl\
-... ......I A.... every nmean, woman and child iili l;avt,'t;


PRESIDE


NT ASKS AID are more or Iess interested -may k h,!
who really pulled for a meeting anri Ih,%%

FOR. ITALIAN SIUERERS. "'uch thewer" *


[ny I nited rressj
ROME, Dec. 31.-Naval officers now
at Messina estimate the dead of that
city today at 135,000, aid the total
deaths of the stricken district at 115.-
000. They don't state on what facts
they base this estimate.
Parliament will meet in extra session
as soon as the king returns from the
sceiie of the disaster, to frame special
mea-ures bearing upon the relief of the
sufferers.
The Italian naval commander at Mes-
sina telegraphed this afternoon that un-
less word was heard from Armenia,
French, English and German residents
within the next few hours bo hopes
could bel entertained for their safety.


HOW FLORIDA FRUITS


SELL IN NEW iYL.


The Latest Market Reports On
Florida Fruits and Vegetables
-Outlook Improving.
A recent market letter from a promi-
nent New York commission house says:
Receipts of fruits and vegetables light
and stronger prices prevail. Utally, a
dullness after Christmas trade is over
with, but we see no reason for prices to
go lower now.
Beans-$2 to $3 50 per basket; wax,
$3 to $1.50.
Peas-Market practically bare, $86 per
basket
Cukes-S-car*e, $3 to $4 per basket.
I.xttuce-l ecoipts light, $2 to V3 per
bai-ket. Fancy lettuce in demand.
Tomlatoes-Receipts light, $1.75 to
2.735. RIally fancy would do $4.
F:gg Plant-Scarce, 53 to $4 per crate.
Peppe'rs-Conming strong, and market
w,':aker. Carries, $3.'50 to $4.50; crates,
I t4o 1..50.
1 ruit conditions only fair, and not
-.;iti:.-:itcr. trom growers standpoint.
1'lic Chri-tmas trade has been supplied,
but we hard lly think there will be any
,l.pirecsiii, after Christmas, and no more
,luts this .season as a large percentage
4,f the crp has Ibeen shipped.
I traIpfruit--Iuller and lower; prices
troiiul $2.50( for Indian rivers. Large
c.rc(.iit;tge being sold at $1 to $2 per
(rang-is--Sl.75 for good fruit. We
:iclvist: shipping oranges and holding
b;t:k grapt fruit.
Tangefrines-In fair demand at i$2

A rceepItion will be held t )morrw
niglit fram 7 to 9I at the Congrega-
tional church.


HAIL COLUMBIA!


Sends Irgent Message to Congress
Asking For Appropriation For
Immediate Relief.
Il I' el' tl. l I'r.-' ,
W\ASHiINtTON, Dec. 31.--It was
e:Tirnel 1 from autlicritative sources today
that the Prcsident will send an urgent,
mne-ssage to Congress as soon as assem-
Wiled asking for a libe-ral appropriation i
for the benclit of tlie Italian earthquake


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SHOE FOR MEN. WOMEN
AND CHILDREN.


ANTHONY


BROS.


Who awe never nat6edaunlmssyou are.


I


M. ELLA DiVOY & COMPANY,


Ladies' Hatters,


No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,


Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,


HIOH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.


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THE GLOBE


CLOTHING and SHOES

Best Valuesjin the City.
AGENTS:
Ladles' Red Cross- Childrens' Educator-Men's Bostonian
SHOES
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NEW SEASIDE
AND FI'INISHED COTT


Everything Modern,
Homelike and ('onifrortaile
Directly on Atlantic B.
Surf Bathing and
It atIt
$2.50 PIR DAY AND
It ST t
HORACE STEWA


DAYTONA BEACH,


SLABREI.ZL, Dec. 1l -A cement
sidewalk is being laid on the west side
of Grandview avenue from Ocean boule-
vard to the Country club house and golf
grounds., and a force of men, tinder the.
direction of Theo. Rauschenbx-rg con-
tractor, has the work well in hand.
Twenty four hundred feet will be laid.
Mueli of lhb new scenery which is lo
replace the old at the Wilmans opera
hou sei-ars the sign-manual of J. Ralph
Wilcox, artist. It is all bright Florida
Inndscape and will Ibe appreciated by
tl e theatre goers, who will also appreci-
ate the fact that Manager Burgmian is
working to attract and hold the patron-
age of the amusement-loving people of
tLc several communities.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. HIatch drove to
DeLand in their auto yesterday and
spent several hours in that college town,
where Mr. Hatch has considerable pro; -
erty interests.
Mrs. H T Phillipe and charming
daughter, Miss Nellie Phillips, arrived
from Atlanta yesterday afternoon and
will spend the winter with Miss Russell
Mrs. Phillips and Miss Nellie have spent
several winters at Seabreeze and are cor-
diallv welcomed back again. They re-
port tOe weather in Atlanta cold, wet
iand disagreeable the past month, i
Mr. Williams and daughter. Miss Wil-
liams, of Missouri, a Vassar College stu-
dent who were guests at The Mayfield
several days. left on the northbound


Publised yey owning, except n
~3GANTa-NNWi C0.
I'.U. ~m~LD jgdtol. Mana~ger.
L.. 0. DuRAUSUOR dior
0. ILIH BARAN, oiilIatioflManager.
Goo. P. OnC., esperintendenft.


' rl
Fred Crosby and family arrived
Wedameoday and me located at the
Troy Hloua. Mr.-O roaby, who is
from Ashtabula, Ohio, spent thesea-
*3 here two year ago.


S Coburn's Minsutha, not a Rabbit
Foot tent show. Remember the date,
Jan. 12. Wilmans Opera House.


'. -R. Roberta, Mr. S. W.
O'Brmn's father, returned Tueeday
night from a two weeks' visit anmog
his wife's relatives in the northern
part of the state, and is again at
home with Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien on
Orange avenue


:Wanted.-Hotel work by white
man and wife; experienced in all
position;, good references. Address
Experience, care Daily News. 24 4t
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Barnard and
daughter, Miess Edith, of Chicago,
arrived Wednesday afternoon and
are with their friends, Mr. and Mrs.
E. M. Condit, corner Orange and
Palmetto avenues. Miass Barnard, a
talented young lady, is professor of
chemistry in Chi-go University.


The Misses


Frank and Martha


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Application Pnding for "try. at the
postoMlce at Dayton&. Ftorldr,n s
econd lanels mall matter.


BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


I i


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F. V
* Attorney a
* Practice In Sta
* OFFIM OV
I Tel

T. E. Fitzgerald
FITZOERt
Attorneys and
8oecial Faciliti


ro m the ladbs i t- -A
liner. All were ai .WP
and a cat, which wanderS
about. The lady ventullrd to ,tnVk
the eat. remarkil, r O n,--TheOW -
cat was inclined to poP an elevat-
ed Its tall in token of good wIM wb
from a nelghborilng berth C
choking tones the words'. c U .
that Is a private cat!"-ArTOmO"


That Family Sk1leton.
Mrs. WhIstler-Tell me, Mary, why It
is that you always cry so wbho jIsII
sends you to bed In the dark wob ye
are naughty? There'5 no suc0 thi
as ghosts, and the dark doe@u't bnt
you. does It? Little Mary-O.No. SZDAB.
but I'm afraid of that skeleton t.
onema as rs we got in our clot.--Bai-


every aMUM
mt. T The d wh
early trauiig in saving
will acquire a habit
valuable in later years


ity of Star


rests on thie wim. love tl
offer the opportunity. C
especially desired.. Four


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uvu,"0"-:V- ---tmore"American. ConipOIu-a quaruynjI
V. POPE _Ni,+ol
V. POPE llor at 0 Departmlent. Accounts
d Counsellor at "1 admire patience an' self co.A. "I. on dollar up.
Law. 0oedlt p
Lt and Fdra l Courts 0 s.Ild Uncle Eben, "but when I ee SI
ER POSTOVFICIR. man dat kip keep on s-uln. after e
lephone 4 4 done bruise his thumb with a bamme
;-___,- III 1 can't help beln' s'pleloM ot Ils .-T ; 1rI Va*
f, F,. P)at, paclty foh dee.lt"-WahintonMr. IcB ID P-
ALD &OATES I A. D K. COI]UP

Counsellors at Law Autonle For l
ies for Examining and 'u biifor Sale


Perfecting Land Titles.
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 12S

| DR. G. A. KLOCK
o PhysiclanandSurgeon
- Specla atlntlon Riven to DIsPs
S of the Eye, and Pittln. at Glasses. *
- Omce over Globe Ciotbing ltore. *


Frough, who accompanied Miass Lm Hours: 7 toS am. I to pm. 7 to p1 i 1
ie House Phyician of The Crnon
Bowers when she returned from | --I *l*I-I-*ltl-lo-*l
Stetson to spend the holidays with i
her mother, Mrs. Celeste Hinks, at I E. L. STEWART
the Magnolia, have gone to Palm Physician and
Beach for a visit, but will again join Surgeon.
Miss Bowers here and return withI pca attention to i... f .r
I rspeciaai attention to 1)iise aa.e" of e*
hei to DeLand. Throat and No-e-.
h Fourth Door West Postoffice
S -o_ ----._ t ...... 1"_ T lr-...._: Phnne R2 (a'!ills naiI *WIt'l.


w6EABRKEZF t.(TiAGE r
Seven rooms; all mdern
ments; large grounds.
Box 35, Seabreeze, Fla.


improve-
Address,;


Doings
at Daytona |



DAYTONA BEACH, Dec. 31-Mrs.
Lou R. Hull and daughter, Miss Lurene,
arrived Tuesday afternoon, and will
Of spend the winter at the pleasant home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Reed. Mrs. Hull
0 is Mr. Reed's sister, and with her daugh-
ter usually spends part of the season
here
;"-ee, Capt. Brown, owner of the Minnie-
Lou, has just received a 20-horepower
NNIT engine for his launch which tows the,
INN Minnie-Lou. Mr. and Mrs. Brown will
cruise around in Halifax waters a while,
'AGE'S\. going as far north as St. Augustine
Ixfore starting for Miami.
Mrs. E. G. Bowne, a niece of Dr. Gar-
lield, arrived from Boston, and will
spend the winter with her relatives.
each l)r. and Mrs. Garfield will move into
Fishing. their new home tomorrow.
J. C. Butler, i he real estate man, yes-
terday leased Hawk's Villa, one of the
UP. J. G. Brown cottages on the corner of
Harvey and Ocean avenues, to W. H.
Croft, of Ptekskill, N. Y. Mr Croft
iRT brought his automobile along with him.


FOIt OI D A.


SURF CREST
Howe'nsahehum th,,n oroughil r 114)'ett-t4.'o
We~ll kermt. oomfortalble eaund flne1hoclIWO, aI
fobr star f Iahing and)4 fl'.flifg.
Wi.ate.I.4't-.$ l to r-111)pvr d?' '
batytoman He-lich Fi ll. Ih


Quarterly meeting convenes at the
Sea-breeze avenue M. E. Church tonight.
The afternoon train buses were
crowded with tourists yesterday, and
t ihe real estate men got busy in a hurry
W B. Reed narrowly escaped a seri-
ous injury in a full from his wheel sev-
erni days ago. He was driving along at
a good speed, when the end of a plank
flew up just as his front wheel touched i
it. lie fell and received a sharp blow
__ #1,. at. &__ -o


VD40 rin p +on thelfort-head, the wound from whiichl
t am several days since. f-. 0 ^ or a e wouna irom when
tai ,vrt day sie ,'J .. Mt ^ ineS J['~ is not yet quite he~aled. Mr. Banks,
Mrp. Julia Martin spent part of the ea i not yet quite healed. Mr. Banks,
a at her home on Ocean boulevard ./,-r'da. who has not yet recovered from his
,lay. at her hoA e on Ocean ulevardA n. ton,. nd frnluli. trnctur r .v. rry- sprained back ventured the opinion
and calling on friends yesterday, i thing new aIid tnttary : .x-eptiotii1ttliy b ,,thri,'n
Srooms: Ill nimode t conv<.ni4tii<'-: lo'ittioon that if they were not killed they would
Mrc. ( Hesper arrived from Missouri high sad dry: irtnr (O-,n: larg,. terouml.>,:
1 Ihoimetnltie rnt<-s per d $.1u r il up: ;SI- liv until spring.
yesterday afternoon and wU spend the l rat.'. for .,m. Add Tonight at Mrs. Emma A. Freeman's
winter at hier vine-clad homne on Vatlley A P'A t'. IN iWr'lts. Proprietor. ToihatMs m
at her vine-clad pretty home on the Halifax, the follow-
street. She received a warm w'elcomIc .. i... m. I ... i r'- -;1 _--I-


ROY HOWE, M. D. :
Physician and Surgeon
Office and Residenc': i 1 Mo,. oRidg-
wood Avenue, opp. Ridge'w
    S4f)Cee Hours: i to 11 a. in.; '2 to 4 II(a
    6:8)toN p. mIn. Telephone 175


    SEABREEZE SANITARIUM,
    EANM tIUII PVAID.


    MEABRiKFZIX:. IW'l.i I1>A.
    Roonis Large. Hunny :dnl Atltrn'ti\v A
    corps of(omiipt'tt-iit NtirI','h in uttt hliiint '.
    C. C. BOHANNON. M. Il., Daytonam. la.
    PIIONwI. N. 74.


    C. C. BOHANNON, j
    PAys/vian amivd Surffraon, i
    )fl he o (,' r tithe A tw xl i ni' l l.riii '. a
    BRench Mtret.
    DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
    T plpl1h11ii. Nil. 71. ,

    CASCADE
    GINGER
    ALE
    Equals Any
    Importeql
    but is made
    In Daytona
    40c',.
    delivered at
    your home.
    DAYTONA
    BOTTLING
    WORKS
    P1I4iu,14 3M


    O.


    EUGENE JOHNSON,
    Bicycle Livery.
    C 'rrhi s m full Inim' tof


    Bicycle Supplies and Repairs.
    Prices Right. All work guinr;aint.-.l.
    Comn and See.
    WK8 EST E XDI)"()FCENTRAI, I t'D If.:
    * U
    DR. F. H. HOUGHTON

    | ~DENTIST
    0 PHO>n i". Itn estE ck Iloh.k--
    PHONK ;K W',"t iKnil (outl I. lrieilh .
    * @Oi@OOl l @4e@4l4l*l*l* I


    Almost New Reo Runabout,
    with Folding Back
    Seat.
    WILL CARRY FOUR PEOPLEANYWHEMM.
    IN FIRST-CLASS CONDITION.
    Ailmot New Tires, Gas Lights, Genera-
    tors, Supplemuentary Springs and all tools
    Will be sold at very low figure.
    Want larger car.
    (Call on or address:


    GEO. F. CROUCH,
    Daily News Office, Daytona, Fla.
    2000 CUBIC YARDS OF OYSTER
    SHELL FOR SEABREEZE.
    TAKE NOTICE.
    Tin, Town of Irmezf will receive blds for
    tlih S)%y.,tcr M ihll. dry or rlver. tob delivered on
    Sthe following .st r.ets;
    Htlt'r 1Btilh-varl, from Plnewood Avenue
    to ( ,Inik Ridg' eouilhvnrdi, from Pioe-wood Av-
    nl1 tlir (0r flalInetto .Aventiv. front; utl*'r ltoulevard
    l<4 I h'liin KoulvV nl.
    Sllv,' Avenuie. from Butler touh'vard to
    I a','t'*i Haoil'cviirl.
    I'nU hersity lonl.'inrd. from Grandview
    Av.\\,ii,. t 1$it (i.tsiaunl te.l liii o(i the ort-an
    front.
    Thi. Twnv Co4unvil reserves the right to a-
    ','1t or rject l i* ny labid ieterTedl.
    ~lhl lti st ib .'curiely settled an to, If. <4. B<'CKlANIl,TowS<'LmmKOf HKA-
    1In:EZK. ILA.. oil or hIbfore :l::l p.mn., Mon-
    4 IfA. %.. BI'I;MAN ('HAIRMAW
    ('o)"lilltte. ol Htre'ets aximi dnaitation,
    mi<-tll r /.,.. FKijt.. I .. Nth. 1U( .
    ~THF: 1 oit A qulet, home-like
    /IIIL [I I ilLy. hbou<. .Pleaantlyitua"
    S .HE AYFIEL. tionil (Grandvlew Ave.,
    ftritimi thie (hCirenlon. (Ov.rlooks the ocean.
    1. r -. r<- isomil>|,I. Address
    M Rs. I. '. RANKIN' Mabreeze, Fila.
    TheThe perftion
    The Syracuse, of MARIN ,N-
    (INES. '* I' il l ,, 's-oii'running at ROXBVY'S,
    |,.-tt'h Kt rrbct.. mou'ot.
    THE PINEHURST, 'th"t0fon on
    sitthr iDrive. Rooms
    DAYTONA BFACH. l rge and airy. Hot
    anl C'oll h.t(l i,. Kleetrie Lighted. 1Bates
    $- (fr ahay; w %*kly terils oil application.
    _. F A N *.-P'rop., I iytons Beach. Pla.


    FOUNTAIN CITY
    i LI[Ry AND STB[
    LIVE TRANSFER STABLES
    HACKS MEET ALL TRAINS.
    THE FINEST TURNOUTrS IN DAYTONA
    SBlacksmith and Ca rlwtiO
    S Shop in Connectio -.
    Z GEO. A. rOY3, Pvrrt. pt ,
    STI.I.EP1IONP. 43


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    "OUR STORE".
    THE sPOr CAsH ROcERY
    Two Doors SouIth a the PfIaO w
    II. S. MILLER, PIousletr.
    You will go" 11 b7 Iuyin bl 9
    - I E1


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    BINSIAM & MALE


    HAVE NEW STOCt


    Lace and Muslin C


    Make Selections Now.


    Fur


    Do't Fa to get Psma e'icket -o


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    DAYTONA K CiE


    iCE
    SN.+
    MeOur Wagons make
    moo Sunday,
    DAYTONA, SEABREEZE, ORMOND al
    Ice for Boats Delivered at any Dock-
    OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant.
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    We handle

    Royal Scarlet and Blue t

    that excel anything on

    Their merits do the talk


    *em*.: GLYMAN
    CATARRH,,,,,,Rei.,L. e
    Tox"ltk, ~ory 3sbrst~.ias fro*.eo~ ....


    When Making Purchases 4


    R. H. Mcl)ONALD, Meats.
    M. B. AULTMAN, Oents' Furnishings.
    .RUHBER-MORRIS HARDWARE COMPANY.
    BIN PICK.-HENI),ICKS COMPANY, Drvrmd,


    OEO. H. CLARK. JewelO
    L. G. LYMAN. (iroceritS.
    THE GAZETTE; NiWS C


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    Our All-Havana Smokerm a
    pealty-arger t and best.
    for the money.
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    ITBL I-FA2" BAICI
    eum1Ie h_~Lwq-I uRIAN Sef Gulf
    aNO -1- 600r A&L OW
    ugatbes. itsho &~bematup ad
    &%*Gsff rates a* st veSo She I ak-
    ,mg a Ug stay. ~w afsub sMW rat
    addrsOM MAXhoUU Pahi Beach.


    i THE CLARENDON
    2 8SKARKrZL. F.LORIDA.


    Opens on January Ist, 1909


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    NEWS


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    " NEWS

    Give noo Votes For Every
    is Dollar paid for


    I


    M sarndr 'ds.: "I want to ear
    lika fDf sf tv rs te emaL.
    I wat to ly frI sde to door
    S Jut hlb a dpy U ri.
    My legs is wm bt to the tkams;
    ra spaMi, rm au lamu.
    Ths arow slass s just th ehees .
    Im net into the lam.


    4A1 a&rr a ht is what I'll be
    If I have aay lck,
    Amd folks will rubber up at me
    And bIm: kaow that duok!
    We dekmed together, me an' Hen,
    An' mwa thi ham aa' whiz.
    He wasn't amuh to look at then;
    NBt, Mo, how he's rit"'"


    or Job Woik,


    But on Subscriptions
    give a larger number.


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    The carrier studied up the Wrights,
    And in his o w aahiM
    He soo was making eIser tights
    Thaa young Darim Geen.
    He bougrt a mu, and y lack,
    Induced by spr a blew.,
    Would aillop with it on its back
    Until it slowly rose.


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    SUBSCRIPTION DEPARTMENT.
    $1.r5(-One subscription, 500votes
    Club of five subecri ptions, 4,000 votes
    Club of ten subecript'ns 10,0(40 votes
    There is no limit to the number
    of clubs each contestant may secure.
    The subscrition price of The
    Weekly Gaette-News is $1.50 a
    year; The Daily News is $1.50 for
    the season by mail.
    tollelttlg vot-c4 y cra ndidateh or fridt*l
    within thi eton-w dlkrthuttng vote Is un-,
    dosdlrlbl>. the' pmrprltursa.
    fRemember! AI votes must lw cAt
    K ~molem ri t^bin SEVEN DAYS
    from tb1w dit.-ofl s nw.



    Everything

    Photographic |
    SPECIAL PRICES ON
    Portraits for the Holi-
    day Season.
    i Evf a"ftPtw the
    ~eur a Sprcty.

    Anderson & Clark
    P-'k BL'k" k. opp. Mouth Bridg.


    WILL BUY AN ELEGANT HOME IN


    ORMNI( )ND.


    -,- s- r- likely furnished, all modern improvements.
    -m -_--_ by bmjrtr l grounds and fronting on the water.
    ThIS PLACE IS A BARGAIN.

    MACON THORNTON
    RIAL ESTATE
    ORMOND &ad ORMOND BEACH



    NO MATtER WHAT YOU THINK
    Of Buying or Renting in tdl way of Ieal Etste


    OW IT A ARIN O RA MANSION


    9


    laid Hen: "She beats all other toys,
    Ad-, as she goe quite high,
    Her name shall be the Ante, boy,
    Her limit but the sky.
    At fumt I played a penny game;
    But, lucky dtam be praised,
    NoMe feller now disputes my claim-
    The Ante can be raised!"


    The mule, of counr, was left below
    On each asceiaon day,
    And as the craft would upward go
    He'd bray as if to say:
    "That start would give a mule a it.
    Poor Hen is such a dunce.
    I'd raise the Ante quite a bit
    If I could kick her once!"


    "'The only paper on the earth
    That's left by arrowplane!'-
    That ad.," said Hen, "is surely worth
    At least a watch and chain."
    The editor the bargain clinched:
    "If you can fy your route
    You'll have the chain and ticker cinched
    And win a fob to boot!"


    The day that he was booked to try
    A crowd of boys and men
    Came out to see the Ante fly
    And give advice to Hen.
    "You'd better wear pneumatic pants!"
    "Pick out a spot that's soft!"
    "Aw, give the chippy bird a chancel"
    The joyous jokers scoffed.


    Poor Jack, the mule. caused many flings.
    Said one, amid the jeers,
    "I knowel a arrowplane had WINGS,
    But this yere one flaps EARS!"
    Alptbher yelled with might and main:
    "Please give your kind attention.
    Here's Hen and his great muleoplane.
    They'll make a jackasscension!"


    When Hen flew off, the jokers gasped
    And gave a rousing cheer
    As his first paper, spiral shaped,
    Hit Bilkins in the ear.
    Another paper sped to Glenn,
    Who cried, "Ain't she a daisy?"
    A third flew down to Jones, and then
    The Ante went plumb crazy.


    It gave a sudden upward lurch.
    A sky invading booster,
    Then ripped the shingles from
    Like feathers from a rooster.
    Oaoe more it mate a skyward b
    As agile as a flea,
    Thaou nra< ainfan toward t1


    MWSOF THE HOTELS


    The RdWod.
    Geo. A. Stewart of Johastown, N. Y.,
    and Mrn. A. J. Beckley and daughter of r:
    Garwood, N. Y., arrived at the Ridge-rn
    wood yesterday.

    Scmnldt's Hotel.
    Recent arrvals at Schmidt's Hotel 0
    are: Martin Berbardt, Louis Voor-!.
    gauger, New York; F. L. Reed, C. C. *
    Kirby, Jacksonville; Mr. and Mm. A. L. i
    Giles, Philadelphia. The New Year's 4
    dinner at this popular house will be a
    feature, and extensive preparations 0
    have been made to take care of the 1|
    inner man. ,6
    A--


    Despland Hotel.
    U. Baird of Pittsburg. J. T. Lutmer of
    WIlmington, N. C., and Mrs. Loe Rey- 4
    nolds and daughters, Mises Emily and !
    Isadora, arrived at The Despland Wed- :
    nesday from Kitntning, Pa.
    Jacob Elsaa and L. J. Trounstine
    guests of The Despland, were down to :
    New Smyrna yesterday in an auto. :
    While there they visited the Arnold j
    packing house which proved very inter- .
    testing to them.


    The Prince George.


    Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Vernon of Pitts-,
    burg, guests at the Prince George, enter- i
    trained a number of their house guests
    yesterday and also the managers of the
    hotel and family, with a trip up the
    Tomoka, the steamer Dixie being char-
    tered. A delightful day was spent, the
    weather being just right. Those in the
    party were Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Vernon
    of Pittsburg, Mrs. Dora Banta of New
    York, Thomas Lewis and sister of the
    east, Arthur Fitz Williams of Asbury
    Park and Messrs. W. Hilyard and A.
    Holroyd, together with their families.




    KODAKS, "
    Films, Dry Plates,
    Chemicals, U
    U Card Mounts,
    ANID

    STHE BEST KODAK FINISHING

    IN THE CITY
    : In Twenty-four Hours :
    \ \' f lill r \ I. ii to)i plit Ifi (of
    Professional Goods at Jack-
    sonville Prices.


    Lesesne's
    KODAK PLACE,
    Next Door to the
    Prince George Hotel,
    i DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
    nge0Uol e l el**e***e*****--


    a church


    Cottages with Steam feat, Electric Lightsa,Hot and Cold Water,
    Telephone; High Grade Appointments, For Rent, with or
    without servants.


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    HOTEL DESPLAND
    Daytona, Florida f
    Now Open for Season 1908-9.
    L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.
    Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent.
    Bread Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat.
    Every Modern Convenience. Send for Booklet.
    Hummer Address: ATILANTIC' IlOU'K, Narragansett Pier, Rhode Island.


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    Schmidt's I


    HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, I
    I DAYTONA, FLORID
    i Fine Home Table
    Reasonable Rates
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    Modern Improvements



    lotel,


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    Sunny Rooms
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    THE


    RID(iEWOOD,


    E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor,


    TIlE house is charmingly Rituated on Ridgewood Avenue, the high
    est and most, healthful point in the town of Daytona. It is
    very tastefully and( comfnrtalbl furnished and is modern in
    very respect. The vegetables are from the Ridgewood garden,
    and native fruits, which grow in abundance, are a feature of
    the table.
    NOW OPEN---


    The


    Prince


    Hilyard & Holroyd


    NOW OP


    Steam Heat in I


    I SAME MANAGEMENT AS "TllE II:I


    e iGeorge
    , Proprietors,
    -l (ORII)A.
    EN -
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    Every Room
    stole, ASBURY PARK, N.J.
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    THE BENNETT
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    Modern and First-class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths.
    Entire White Service. Northern Cooking.
    _Miiiiii-rI i' '-fr. 'i'i "_". "ii- A H I Proprietors.


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    Improvements. White I
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    ). R. STILLMAN, Proprietor. e
    from Stores and Potoffke.
    Help. Northern Chef. .
    Weekly Rates on application. *
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    ba" ifob- bew ftw. abWWI of tbp
    of vi#8,s an poisrg us4
    Uonm Doryms. ma y ofthem IM the'
    EmKtime; a baid frasnk a bright fate, a
    them y vuaiap a abd wekvme. a gen-
    wo qpinrt uS help to win tboumaper-
    no .t geat
    And 1 pmI ,that the big aw ramc
    men wto b. e pmbe ,saed amad th
    en'ru.u w~waek wieet asanMia roertaily-
    Ug koste.
    ITi i a vigibty good tine t, turn
    cier a sw lint.


    PORT ORANGE

    ~ PORT ORANGE, DuC- 31.-Mr. Mdur-
    Pin*A3 y has improved the lokxAs hfit hmine
    by settiag out shade tr'es a&keg each al
    It it It his ra
    g.N piom WijthBattn"aWU Fire. L Thersiay (ChrL-tmfaseveafter-
    3mom be tw hrteh tea in Ruigtwood
    damFrkrEasySaiing 121Laim M s i~wa- h-su-_a-iss
    For Br~emby her two daughters.
    Fnur Butres ee whatmigttx have!
    a~ r..~. be__ a faal accidetit happened at the
    COLUMBUS, Ohio. Dec. 31-(Csrie. buae of &= Jackson. where they bad a
    P. Taft. hntkwr of tbe Pni-qdsart-eat tCbUrntzef- foe their own and smie
    Taft, u~y ammened hiswinthdrawal franxb. daidres. Mr. Jacks=. was Santa
    frt the 6&Au-o wruatontal cmnteq. CGus and decorated with a lot o( c~ot e
    to rYptewat sz,.It taking the pres-.
    Fim isR Pea UL from the tree the cooUe eautb t fire
    and he was goon in a blase. which was
    ~ ~~d Pr- ktrin~b-d with the hltp of tbais-r~-r-
    ROME. Ga_..De-- 31.-Ilome~s bw'u- eat. He fortunaxorv had a mask- on,
    wim section qzfftird damage by fire to- which sarned his face He was burned
    day, etntaalag a k of $110,000). about the fleck a:AJ L&zds, but .-irn-
    prorLng-
    Erb Tial Pogresing.Chtristmui u morning tier*w&.sir:oter
    Erb ria liuessng.accrident on RidgewoodJ. in front of T.
    B' I.1~GPtI'6. Smithis. Two gentlem~ea were riding
    MEDIA. Pa., Dec. 31.-lu the ZDurd,-T (on their whbeti when the oce iL front
    trial of Mrs Erb and her sister, Mm', stopped audid te one b-hind riLL. into
    Cawh~e .f charged withkilg him was thrown from hi& wheell and
    C&PL J. CUaoEr,. a wealthy poli- broke a leg. Dr. Keatker. who Alive-,unear.
    tkisa. Ganmsahk'Thmnass Smpson toet! 'bound it up, and Mis. 1. .J. W46 took
    Ged thatMms Beige told him aft er hrhim to his home in Danvtoca..
    arreet that s.- would dent the shooting. J. A- Tedder ha;- operred a g rc.c'i-r
    ____,stare in hUS buildlzg opposite xb.
    Cbristian Church Servic.
    Therm was quiet wedding 0-1ri t-nTis
    71W Wn-ic'Smnext sumday at the afftmfoom at the boine of Mr. and M
    Cbkruiaant=cUrb will be coducted by! Milburn w he their da ug~t z-T Maude.
    Mrs- F J. Langdon, premdent ckt the iwa joined in rnazr'.mziny ## D. E. I 'c'rn.
    sut-,t'b.-' 4 t~je ('j.LQstab WXeritof iftweo,1J-Te -~~
    aboard of miasiri-F. All intri"i'rtdI n mthe Laieronc-mtramn.
    knowing w-hat to.*- C-Lr5Ltan women of, Mr. and Mrs.. WKenxie *! a.
    America arn- doing for home and foreign, HE-eCien ited Ler part ..t -Mr- and mni.
    mio~n- wij1 ck well W attend t" I fTedder, during :b.- ho:.. &v4
    service.Mrs_ Lufberry and Mrs- [?ulci-, w---,-
    to DNLAzd Mondar i. Mr_& Luab-rnv
    Mr. and Mr-. T, H.we-- nd Mr. zrc
    MrDim Will H-we- i. ..-'i :er :m'rts
    Mrs. Ha-vec wnurt -,.- I7-iz. Mn
    U~jbI~~fI~f'hIW'buEEEEI~wu~haTte fir-t 1card party :- the tz.-'.s


    i1 C Gardiner is confined t
    home <( South Palmetto avenue
    a sight ilineas.


    L1~.


    A nurnber -1fpwp -&.s -r e
    inl the river t is mnir-rl~ng. :',AiI.yug
    around c.,*e to Shor-e.


    Ube elpof he rv anelanzu R. M. C,,e. alirer:1sin. man fr
    rhe elpof he vy aneI 1nF06W. R'- x. ~is In the 'itv -
    '-4 the Palmetu- Housearrltxe'3 n.Ai da. Fott ;..Reyncl-I's s
    cretig tai 'Cd~fiCVnow in shape Jf-r the se-n
    VIErery v takes an exrar so, z- Dem. P. G-D--.FD'; -i the k'OrA] mngr
    Cn t'ekcse.1wen a Firelem tCooker a~nd is stopping -1Th1 abe
    6. geuing break f2-*z.: Sethem at C)'rr is r,;-l-.na fLabii
    R S Males-s 2 -c-t tem s4 w. Nenje-,.ber the -ae
    PTJ 11 I. I'lerwr- ven~ 4t "k St k A.1:2 Wilmna'., pera House.c
    A ugusi. 1ne. Wedne-sdar. on tu~sizesi.


    conected with the estailim&h nt it.
    this city o a k"ge ,4f Elks.
    "No danger of fire in the boase
    which has one of R S. Maley's ar-
    tistic fire &WLS on guard. Tbe%
    .:e a 'rrhoie re coipny n -y
    Mr J. W Packard. who has been
    tqpending several days with Mr and
    Mza S. W. O Brien on Orange ar-
    enue. returned to her home at Ct'oa
    Wedn edaT afternoon.


    ,tryN TI kT.

    To-,N~ivcHT,.


    VAUDEV ILLE*


    Buck ~Wing Dance


    0n RalkstSkaft&


    SSpecl SedecAtd Movafs
    Grand, Prix Auto Races,


    "Stricken Blind."
    "The Wishbone."


    New Bills Monday, Wednesday
    and Friday.
    p y.
    PD -.VPE '1% iX EA*'H .!SE.
    The place to spend a pleaant hoar
    [O O bPK!t 1 AT 79H. P. M.

    BOWULING ALLEY.
    D bI AD Gt LEpoiar
    i door guabe for

    LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
    A%'- r lG DkC' i Vr-M tg


    N.' 4.


    9
    9
    9
    99LIM~AL


    REACH tsMh.EKT.I


    OPE OUSR
    SEABIvZF


    Cobrl Minstrels


    Not a Tent Show,


    Remember the date
    January 12.

    on t- h
    Halifax
    CrbaMi' Grape Fruit and
    Qmty- Tangerines......
    -choan ad h brihi-no .*-ca-r --r
    BO1 TRADE
    UQUCIDIED Pne. X. -
    GEORUE H. MUNROE
    OWERWM A--NDSVM t
    8 s. MAiEo-Do- Fk


    ITEMS. iAt-GAIDINER'S.


    Messrs. Clement and Foote are
    dciwn the river today fishing.
    'F E REST-C-room house on
    Mytle avenue. Mrs. E. Guest. 21-5
    Thern- will be a reception at the
    E.:',.ap parsonage tomorrow frunm
    7:;^, u iil .*:30 p. m. ]
    The dance that was to have been
    given at the Guild hall last evening
    was called cff because of the rain.


    W. H. Snedeker of Brooklyn. a
    real estate and in-uranee man. is
    sr i-C GlaJvs Stewart came up
    from Melbourne Wedneslayv. for a
    visit with her grandparenta, Mr. and
    Mrs C Nash. on Voiusia avenue.
    ,- K. Grante of Hagerstown. M,.
    i i :he city cverbaulinDg the organ
    a: the First Congregational church.
    Mr Grante was here last year and
    pzt in the organ.
    The Howze sisters appearing at
    :Lhe Crystal theatre this week are
    wood. better by far than people unsu-
    ally seen in picture theatres. They
    Si I present the children of Daytrna
    "ith a free matinee at 2., o'clrk-k
    Friday afternoon.


    ----ART STORE


    OW N.*~- .'~:


    Art Calendars.

    Mottoes. Christmas AKklets


    and Cards.


    *ater C~okrs and S-ou~cnir
    'Vue~ws of Daytona and
    vicinity*.
    njsbed m IBlock amd %4hntr aJ c
    Pwmurnu

    OKNA' URBANS F I[MS


    'i-' ~-': --
    I
    I -~ -


    as:e.s. S *SSSSSoSsm.asa


    Fm'

    LE.


    Mrs, C. i.. a m- ,'- -. -- .
    was a guest -f ieTr
    winter. ary0ri'dr~~-i
    ternporariiv WIZ. h 1-r :->-.
    -M. Ryan. cm :Le i-htr: F'E.a,


    BAThE EESO



    TO-NIOGIfT!
    Attractive Pic te Well Worth
    Seeinf:.
    C -mplet C^god P g
    EveryTM

    Feature program I New Mnd
    Up-to-date Piafturem.

    A Visit to the Public Nurfry.
    Thirsty Moving Men
    A Workingman's Revege. I
    A Disastrous Overight,
    Matinee Saturday, 4"30 p. H.


    Show Every Night.
    Admission 10 cents.
    Dours open at 7.00 p. m.


    BILLIARDS AND POOL.
    A d.- !l: i*t -xhlillaratinlg. pI4 i*-
    ,RiV tS- ApfuI. A -boit- ot C
    FRUITS, CANDIES & TOUCCO


    IBc


    'Pb..I


    )fld Lumber

    Rough andDrcsalCyW
    amews, rwSb& rOMI&
    OSwe &nd Yard: K9"tCow"s8Raftw M


    I :In feir a t!((MI lon-.


    P. LA D AK


    llalifax Lodge No. 81. F. & A. M.,
    w-ii install officers to night at
    Ma.- ,lic Hall. on Orange avenue.
    ,-;ing Ma.-.ns are always welcome,


    ATLANTI MOTOR CA
    No. 8 Beach Street. Day


    Automobiles and Ga


    7 .urn's Minstrels. not a Rabbit : DiaM
    r""t ;-nt Ihow. Remember the date,0
    SJan '2. Wilnmans Opera House.
    Discount
    I,. IK. .M. Ferguson arrived Tues.i

    ay ni-.t, frmm De Fnniak Spring, Secnd d Cars t
    ."a.asisx Ifr. G. A. Klock during their 6 -seef-tk
    ea r, in tI e lnaytona Hospital and
    .a:;,,Tiu:p. Dr. Ferguson. who
    hails frn m Southern Pines, N. C.. i.
    a s.-i-3: -t ;a throat and lung dis-1 giu u
    -.e, O N o The Ne
    :A : _. .v EvR CHARTEr-rFoor Pr T W --
    * i.j r ens-rhea.b hour orI SEas.|
    Y u: !. zran House phone I :i EverywIL
    A LA
    : Manwi1ler. manager of the' SPECIAL NEW'
    w -:.. H_,. as host to a party On*em Meow ,bpL_..si
    :. .r.>t at the Beach street 4*DISSUS404MSUUU* ,
    .:.... a,-yv Tuesday evening
    A:-.-r 1le eveinzs s port the guesit
    *- ..-:e., : i, h-,tel where a lunci-
    - :. .- 7--v1-1. L. in the party1 GO
    "-r M3r ]-LamR arid wife. Mr.
    i1. -i ,,m .u c-v. Mr. Jackon.
    [g I +
    *.1 -ir-: ;' r
    p. 1. B S
    -F ..- -I~arae hueu .14;
    =* :.it a, Silver Beach. near PIA ?
    .: ,:, : ,'C:ub house,; bath. hot
    ': ..9 : ar an a,ft war: fur-. Thesest f
    ,' 'raze and servant's qar cast for_
    S : 87,. for season. n Each issue the p
    -. -' F.. Fi'i erald. or any It must be voted within
    tf


    ad Tires, Bosech Mma
    and Spark PttL.
    t Allowed thq
    *ken in put pIan uj




    COLON
    S ea-bee, Dayt mstI
    SCATE OR ALERICA1 9M
    V VEARS LUNCH Ai

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    IN T H F


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    ahilyNews Will pl ~~l 1..h Oc
    17days. DLeml.r 1, 198


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    ARMOUR'S


    THE


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    COMPANY


    THE NATIONAL BISCUIT


    AN cpy for change of adver- P


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    I -AULT


    Sl)-W INTRl..


    SUIT SALE......


    To make room for NewW Spring

    Ooms will close every suit In
    the house for the following


    LOW PRICES:


    M. B. AUL


    we 0W v "am ~--Plan


    js:sssesSSOSSVSS**SuVl


    SPECIALTIES


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