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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: January 2, 1909
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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: VID00271
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MAGNIFICENT


QUARTETTE


OF TOURERS.


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so"m -d ard cite.lf 'Ther
go be I- lmavowm. 7%e sub-
b e* be o n t1e mning sorNmo
mM beIept fto Ort cmummwed by
Am tao for Him." In the eve-
f-t te amqmin considered
SO be "Wfm 4M wise men of the
&a ftd thekfat SI tayr?" Thre Eip-
on*t ha-p vwmf every Sabbath at
4p. caked e Smddw a Y ol at 10
4 m.umL gmywa-a evening at 7
kb*t o d plou g.melu.


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fab ire V m Mm all em Frl-

The1 a wasaed to order san&d

OM~i m o yf e ive iappmitod by the
U.Wr t t0t to voted t the
d eltmItdl. Te esmmittee

4. IX C. Marmsf, Pf% Exalted Ruler.
Liao Adbw &x lted R uler.
Bmq&M*WK LmW b L Kaicht.

G. .L ea--m. La.Ltuuig Knight.
F. L. Rnwn. toariy.
F. N. Osirod T_----r..
C. M. M a. W. LHakins. E. F.

F. D. spric. rTor.
The chair appolted Mems Pierom,
Adle. Crouch, lagbam and Spring a
oeial committee to take charge of the
eftmftammt P f tb initiat.s and vidt-
ing Elks. Tbis committee met at Dr.
Pierk 's office after adjoarnment and
made the t~,emay arraatem1emtA for a
banouet and smoker. Plenty of good
thinsC win be provided and everything
willbe pdoe that cea be to make the
visit of the lks to Daytona a pleasant
oae
The new lodge will be isatituted by
Oriando Lr Jianr by members
from St. Auguatim The irtalliag offi-
cer will be HIary S. Cbubb. of (ainee-
vIUe, District Deputy Grand Exalted


Ruler.
The business sm of Daytona re re-
qrtued to doworate for the oecaoo aad
buatngn aprprn at* to the Elks will be
furnbahed
All Elks romaig in the fort are re-
qoered to "r6o d up on that occasion
and help place the atlem on the pro-
spective members.


Watch Parties.
A number of watch parties were given
in the city Thursday night, at which the
guests found no trouble in keeping
awake long enough to see the Old Year
out and the New Year in.
Byron P. Dague, of Deadwood, &. D.,
entertained a few friends at his cottage,
1on South Palmeoto avenue. After a
i round of the picture shows a delightful
i luncheon was served.
I John V. Price was at home to a num-
ber of his friends with a stag party
I Thursday evening, at his home, on Or-
ange avenue. A jolly evening was en-
Joyed by all present.
A watch party dance was given at the
, Wilmans opera house.


in- 1m y orf Ormnud, A party of little folks, about 3o in
vr" NUnl-k-ia Lida'nutnber, gathered at the home of
m5.d EI wmiwn in the Mr. and Mrs. Robt. L. Pappy, on S.
1ma mpinirna the day Palmetto avenue, New Years' after-
Wm ftme BAgham of noon, to celebrate the fifth annivers-
lary Ef the birth of Robt. L Pappy,J r.



le Vote As It Stood Friday Evening.

DAYTONA


-Berryman in Wuhinat.n r*,-


UNPARALLELED FRIGHTENED


LOSSES BY FARMERS


EARTHQUAKE, FLEEING.

[Dvelopnments Show Loss of Life Crater Opened in Mountain and
and Property To Be Greatest Flames and Sulphurp uSteam
In World's History. Issuing Therefrom,


PmPEiTY LOSS IS sI, Nm COULD IT BE MOONSHINE STILL!


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ON AGAIN,


IT IS


FINNIGAN.


Feet Have Warmed, Purses Have



Loosened, and The Races


Are On.


COMMITTEE WILL CALL MONDAY.

The sky looks clearer this morning in


ing Cars Add Conspicuously
To Automobile Circles.

GLASS FRONTS AND ALL FRi LS.


A consignment of four bandsoi tour-
ing cars came in as New Year Bts for
Messrs. F. N. Conrad, T. E. Fit herald.
Louis Adler and W. H. Peters. The big
four were taken in tow at the freight
yard of the F. E. C. Ry by T. H. Collins
in his White steamer and brought down
town The handsome procession was
the cynosure of all eyes as it gracefully
swung the OIreet corners and elicited
exclamations of applause because of the
beauty of the cars and tht. strikingg pict-
ure they presented.
They came in two cars. and wer.
twelve da3s in transit, whirih is pretty
quick time from the factory to I)yrtlj:a
They are the Chalmers-Detroit mrtke,
and the finest specimens of the manu-
facturers' art. They will be an ;ippreci-
ated acquisition to the automobile circle,
which is daily growing larger.
This new arrival helps so give em-
phasis to the statement that Daytona is
ranking with the great cities of the
South in the use of automobiles. W. 11.
Peters is the local ager.t for tl', ( hal-
mers-Detroit car.

MISS MAGGIE MORGAN WINS

HANDSOME COMB AND BRUSH.


High School and Wilman's Opera
House Still In Lead, But
Rifles Make (lain.
The same old story, tlie I),ivtna
High School still in the lead,' but their
lead was shortened by about 7.)000, the


HOT SPRINGS Va., Jan 2.-er-u oi a-n te c t lifiitax Rintes making a :rpurt. ire
ROME, Jan. 2._The greatest ne!d of T P N .1'., an .- 'r automobildom, and tlie committee hav- ,t- ,
th-et earthquake deasated regioneteds hy stern Star lengthened ti:eir lv:1d ( %cr:
the ethqae devastated region todt y ror-stricken at what is believed to 1 is a systematic plan for relief and rescue threatening volcanic disturbances many is 'on a'gin.iss Morn, but th ill e tc
la several places there is a surplus of farmers in the neighborhood of Green. A number of persons who evidently someto catch the 1iflies.
la seve places the s a surplusobank,a small town in West Aot nubrl opersons whof evin Outide of Daytona, \\Wilinalns (i>..r;i
food and even an abundance of medical nk, a small town in did not realize the Importanve of having Outside of Daytona, Wilrnzrrrs Oiir,
are preparing to leave their homes. mHouse is still ahead,bitt tire 'eularvcv
supplies, but in many other places there are preparing to leave their homes, money to conduct the meeting have
are only enough provisions to keep the It is reported that a crater has ap volunteered to contribute their shares, High School made a nice gain, hii, tihe
survivors from strvin and no medical peared in the side of one of the moun- and with the money now in hand, andl Kingston school made a sprt alnd
survivors from taking and no medical fo c fi and l ptsed the Steab rze z ('e Corg:til,ral,
supplies. I tains from which fling ll e and slphurous what is promised and anticipated, their church.
There is no news of the estimates of steam is issuing prospect of the big automobile tourna- The iter. the -ts
the deaths of an official character for ment has taken on a brighter hue. ctr in the ia,:il-.,,, c,,,l ai,;
two days, but the government places \0VF FTC HI N Next Monday morning the committee nt
the dead at somewhere between 1'-.0,000 U TL UL I lIN will start out en masse with a lead pipe brush set offered at the ('ltrk j,'lrv
and 150,000. and a bag full of moral suasion and store for te idiviual ti
In combined loss of life and property THREE BIG LEMONS. hunt out all the nooks and l,y-plac.e .st vote by s Nw M iscsr' itt. "' tli,
destruction the quake is unparalleled where money may be found. pri to M ,
The church authorities at. Messina re- i When the committee calls give them .
ported to Pope Pius today that theY the glad hand, and see that whatever ring hMis Alit P)a' :,rtyt ,l):,.
p e op us oay ia Anybody Else (iot Anvthing Up r B r ea Il.
fear a number of Americans are in thie you feel able to contribute slips into t lie
ruins of that city. The nroDertv loss is Your Sleeve For Big Contrac- hands of the committee. ,..


estimated at approximately one billion
dollars.
Minister of Public Works Bertilini has '
sent a call throughout Italy foi work-
men to be sent to the scene of the disas-
ter.


NET THEIR DEATH IN


NEW YORK HOUSE.


Overheated Furnace Causes Fire
Which Results In Death of
Old Lady and Son.
4By UtI'ntt e Pr*.-s.
BUFFAI.O, N. Y., Jan. 2.-Mrs. Hiar-
vey Spencer. 65, and her son, I ('C.
Spencer, met death by fire in their hon,e


tor? ManJ It In.
Mr. d;oe's case at the'OS lini-h is a IT'S A
striking exemplification of the (,il s:Iy-
ing that troubles never conie singly.
Mr. Gove says that in the wind up tI,.;
first lemon handed him was a keen
touch of sciatica. Ever have sciatica?
Having a tooth pull d is a delightful Sheriff
pastime in comparison with wres-tlingI After
with si iattica, when with one fell stre,ke
at your lumbar couplling it puit- yn1j


NEW


Jack Turner Steps Out
Long Service and E. L.


Smith Goes In.


down and out. .1. R. Turner, "the best Sreriff V,,lusia
The second lenl,,n was of tlie ,onde- c4,,unrt ever had," to use jhe language
roso species; it was a fire that lic-ked up of the I)eLand Supple e 4 steeps down
his work shop and various coitiutt-- and out on Tuesday, d I)aytona's
$2,000 worth of stutT. i successful aspirant for ti place assumes
The third lemon wias plucked a little control. Mr. Turner has made a faith-
green, still it carried considerable aciel. fl anid energetic otticer all these years,
It was in the form of a: pr,,itst against and lit. resigns with hosts of friends andi
his rebuilding. a strong following.
Mr. (;ove now says if anybody else lias E L. Smith, who succeeds to the of-


Churches Have Degtful Af-


ternoon and Evoaing.


ANNOUNCEMENTS fN SIA.AL -


EPISCOPAL CHURCHES.


St. bMary's, Daytona-Service and ser-
mon, 11 a.m. Music by vested male
choir.
Grace Church, Port Orange-Service
and sermon, 2 p. m.
Grace Church, New Smyrna-Service
and sermon, 4 p. m.
All seats free. Strangers are welcome.

NEW YEAR'S RECEPTION.
St Mary's people had a fine time at
the rectory yesterday. The ladies of
the Choir Guild kept open house from 3
to 5 and from 7:30 to 9:30 p. m. The
house was taste fully decorated with
flowers. Mesdames Stanley, Davidson
and Brower were in the receiving line.
Mrs. Blount, Mrs. Rome and Mis Wilder,
assisted by a number of the younger sat,
supplied the wants of the guests
Dr. Iloughton was on hand in his own
genial way, and added very much to the
pleasure of the occasion by dispensing
the best music on his fine gramophone.

BAPTIST CHURCH.
U.,ual services at the Baptist Church
tomorrow. At the evening serviee
there will I e thee s baptisms All are
cordially invited to attend,

('ON(;, RATIONAL RECEPTION.
The parish reception tendered Rev.
and Mrs. B. B F Marsh last evening at
tine Congregational Church was a most
delightful affair and was participated in
by the large majority of the membiors
and a goodly number of invited friends.
Rev. and Mrs. Marsh wereassisted in


thm receiving line by Dr. and Mrs. Le-
l:and, of Daytona Beach, and by W. C.
Smith, and tne greetings were most cor-
dial and seasonable.
Mrs. M B. Church favored the guests
, ith two songs which were greatly en-
jovtd. Mrs. \V. C. Smith gave a de-
lighrtful reading and Mrs. 0. E. Pratt
broughtt down the house" with a clever
11,.lition of a humorous selection.
T'he %its of all were stimulated by an
irilui!gene in (offee andt wafers and al-
t',gether the reception was a most pro-
Ir'*,ir('1 i sre'iial success .


I,)id you nuet that clean shaven
I i;,nt' ',,nler a green Derby? Noth-
ing shirt of a new process KEEN
K I TTEI SAFETY RAZOR turned
ItI tit out. lie is after a New Year's
Lift f',r th' o:her fellow. R. S. Ma-
?lxs isn the beauty parlors for
; I:;zors. 27-2
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lghtoods at S TEIt
Right Prices, 1 oan
Lis TV" Wo.e"
LA#Us Be Yu J tew ."
U .ROWE & CO. fL-
so eoe "rW


m11s, laniian Jilllg i;: ii \%1% 1 It r.ll
to \\'irter P'ark ti,, resume l.er
DEAL studies ; t Iollins College N.lMn i,.L
after spending tihe hlidryv- \wvitli li r
IN COUNTY OFFICERSfathe, ol. C. M.I L.
o()range aveln ue.


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Ladies' Hatters,


No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,


Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,


mKiH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.


January Sale of


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Clothing and Shoes
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GLOBE


DAYTONA, FLA.


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Dooembwa l,. byS~Rn
etli ACTo ~~ib
1.1 FinnaA j. Edim ann#vr.
L.C. DI uiu= ( te ndintr.
One. cmoonvE, upertt nte
ApL7ets #eia or entry. at the
piteeeat Idyfis~aloo rida. as
WmL F. Remoldhm'i wi m seno lamalmatter.
patytoFort I~me anderbust.;
Min Emnma Li'akim ,MmuJo.
* mh Osborme*86Wte, left Tuesdy ~ B ~ AN

W& XINS- 10% 22 d FiNday F OFESSIONAL I


From Wolluel Pam, WI rk mt,
fir a few days vmiat witk Mis
PRoberta Hobbs, oa Third arme.
++Coborn'a MntiA o a Rabbit,
Foot tent show. Remember the date,
Jan. 12. Wilmam Opera0 Honm.
C. A. Goutz, who acmopanied
Sthe remainsof S. A. Sc&hweifort to
Philadelphia, returned to Datoa
Thursday afternoon. While ian
SPennsylvania Mr. Goutz visited his
old home in Derry.


ADVERTISEMENTS


i F.W. POPE
SAttorney and Counsellor at
* Law.
* Prae to Stat~e anddY federal Courta
OfFICE OVE WPSTOFIFCE. 0
Teiepboe M -a


T.lpFitgeraidI E. F. Oates


*SEABRFEZF COrrAGE Fog Rz.T. FITZGERALD & GATES
Seven ronms ; all modern improve- Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
ments; large ground. Address, Special Facilities for Examining and
Box 35, Seabrwze, Fla. Perfecting Land Titles.
SOffice in Conrad Buildig. 'Phone 12S
H. W.Williams, who arrived from!
Joliet, Ill., three weeks ago and wasi- s --- now-ini -
later joined by his wife and two G. A. KLocK, M. D., g
laugbhtershas located for the eason 'X AsawoS fte .ih22C. 9 ..M. D.
in Mrs. Spencer's cottage on North Spinalattentol-tt WVn to Ib ,.- --of
r._.i.h stree On A-- A 1 U 11 thwl KvrKar.-So.eanldThrotaluu d
LBeh streetL On MU day Mr. Wil- 3 -,"itting of <*c-.
liams received by freight a panut an Off- tHours: Tto pI. in..IO 4 ,
and popcorn wagon, which he in- t .u ... .o
tends to operate in the vicinity of
the post office. Mr. Williams is E. L. STEWART
well known to many of Daytona's, Physician and
Joliet people and also to some of Surgeon.
those from Plainfield. ...... .... ,


OJuxt received big stock of Dia-
mond Tin--all sizes and style.
kRnvr v-n Znn ltjtwa hpi at Xp A Y n^-.Ar


Thro~st nimil -
Fow'th Dow Wtst Postiffice
Phone (! '1 1 0 1?


prices, and get them pumped u p
Free. Daytona Auto Transit Co. tf ROY HOWE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon *
oflflcO and Rft"id,-nA-: "'ih. fUvi ,- 0
i +^^ ^ ^ wood Avenue-. Opp. Rid :i'-toI i. i 0
*1 )flce-Hour 9: tto 1 Itt. in.: to 4 :,,,!
*-G:X) to 14P. in1. Teftpbhm 1 7S
S Doin gs I"-- -. T pl .7
[at D aytona |- -Hl-. [. .
Beach ^SEABREEZE SANITARIUM,
I_ |OCEAN BOULEVARD,


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~ ^ jf\ LAIIU-NA BE.ACHt, January 2.-A
SEABREEZE. Jan. 2.-The San Souei,A watch party was held at the Seaside Ion
dub held its meeting Wednesday after- Thursday evening Cards were enjoyed
Dmoot of thi week at the attractive home % during the evening and a luncheon was
of Mrs. A Ayres. As oster Mrs. AyreF served at 12 o'clock which included a
waaites Td by her sister. Mrs Wo F dainty Welsh rarebit, prepared by Mrs
Ayues. The program, A Discussion of Gertrud. Smith, wizard of the chafing
the New Books," following a short busi- d ih
new session, called out some inten-stinag : e, a p.e----.p--epe-e-p, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Reed celebrate
view on piewnt day fict~on. The soi- I their golden wedding today. Mr. Reed'
bour was made a special feature, during Lr C .. Present to his wife will be 100gold dol.
himc Wa-ty ref' s mn w were er:ed NEW- SEASIDE INN lar. The Hastings .Mo.) Dmrnocmt
Ms Wath'' name was propoeed and D tke notice of the occasion iu a compli
abe ws received a^ a n,'w member of AND FT RNIN HED C()TTA.'\F. mntarv way to this worthy couple. T: ie
the club. laily News takes this occasion to ex-
The town council met in special so- Itit It tend hearty congratulations along with
am Dc- 29lth. A petition was read Everything Mo,. numerous other friends of the Southland.
fro W. C. Cannon.s for permliio to 1^rw n r~^noa^U
m W. C. Cannons orpermin to hIomelike and ( ',Ar.,,ntl,. A riiece and grand-niece of Mr. and
move the old Randall barn. Permion Dirtl on AtLAtic Mrs. H. A. Ainesworth, Misses L. and F.
was granted. The t urf Bathing and .-hi::g. Ainesworth. arrived from Illinois Thurs-
Sydney Haigh to repair Ocean bleule- iv afteron and are guest at the Sea-.
mrd and other strrets in need of r,-pair it t It fInn
At the meeting of the Ladies Sewing $2.- I l'I. DAY AND IP. Mr. and Mrs. Harris, of Indiana, are
circle Thursday afternoon at the haa,.
irle ursedayaftero n at the onItitit aiong the recent arrivals and have lo-
of MLrs. E.. E Dayton a committee %a--cated for the season in the E. C. Hibbard
appointed to confer with C F. Burgma HORACE STEWART apartnunt house.
in refermce to securing the Wilmans Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Suffell arrived the
opera house for the churh bazaar. DAYTONA BEACH, F ID latter part of this week and have rooms
which will probably take place in Feb- ___-. at the E. C. Hibbard house. Mr. and
rutary. Tbh ladies ar working industri- Mr. Su wre in Daytona three win-
..on .undry pretty cocet in fan' P t r s ago and pent the asc,n at The
and ust-ful articles and %ilI hat a tint:'.. P RivSTide.
qd y fo a e ot- tl! 1 1J. ,-4:t1. V IV41 : R T. d:: "?:'
d ay for ae. HO. tr.... :1 ia. ,, Thue carpenters and decorators are now
A Avres and brother. W. F. Ayrtt ar- i ,la.t. .i :, ..-t. t.rouc t Mr. and Mrs Ravnor's pic-
made the boat trip in the Bin-Ayrw be-: K 1 V..a 1-rrsque home on the Halifax and int- -
low Port Orang. yesterday and returned ,, .-. M T. r:. :-,.. t.r au el as ext rior is hari oniout
with a, na, of fiat. fis.. ri,.r as %ell as ext,-rior is harmonloud
with cateh of fifty fish. ---ar-d artistic.
Mr. Waterson is having his river lot r 'j Beardsley is expected from
north o the HuMt property under- e rinceS fsena tht, north soe time next week and will
ad grubbed It is his inten- s.- ., r join Mr. Beardsiey at their home on
to to bud o it. .n. t.. an. rrN -tru.'ur-: '. vn r-. Valltv street.
P. Smart's home on Atlantic ave-.ue Ti: "I).M r .. <.!. :";r..... .
P. .. S.'ho.me: on.; tlnti. a e" .r,\, hi. :t'..1: .Ir .:<:. ,W. F. Bleekman s property on Valley
has been brightened by a fresh coat ofI, h i :, drr: T-r .-.an: ;r. n rtr.;eed- b c-
0 -f,, :a -; rfit.- d3r .2;,. p street has bcn greatly improved by --
iABt i, i. c',- for --,, ?,. i LAr.. '1'.nt sidewalks and the fill-in made on
The many friends of Roger Win- 1- R. pr..r *..
i ed anyfendstof Roger W. Whin his front yard. The yard has been well
fied wili be interested to know that beg ill b t S. Aote
in !""'LMa .J"'_Ii. f_ *HF -T WITE HOBEf OTTIF. g&--. As Mr. Bleekanoncon.d


vor p- itof om2.t,~t-IN ur-. ;,- :.
C. C. BOHANNON. %q. 11., Dai*t~ma.-La.
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C. C. BOHANNON.
.Pysician anod SJaryron.
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Equals An,
Imported
but is mde
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delivered at
your home.
DAYTONA
BOTTLING
WORKS
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H. EUGENE


JOHNSON,


Bicycle Livery.
S'i :* .'.,. il i ,'
Bicycle Supplies and Repairs.
Prlik'-," Mlght. A :1; irk u;;r:,.:.,-,.
Come and See.
WEST EN1>,F(CENTR.\L : R ;:
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SDR. F.iH. HOUGHTON

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Nine out of tem tr"e *VN W ON-
inqmUire atbat tht srPON U-s ,-.
water fM thet erd strew I Nth
li" ehsaDe and aims MO f10W--
elers would say what wb W
As a matter of fact. "aM i
bit of sea" 1 not8 l t' e D $WVSR
In yachtlin& for ezauPK ** IOL.
de Luat up to putlla r s'm3
Mediterran ean Wre farom
Tangier. nor tis It in EmS m(W
Horn. where there Is whst SIW cs
a ptre soa-.The ,wte dm "u I
encountered In .r!a ndin thbC
Good Hope for thM sterpoti"
Cape Colony.


What a 80ao 0tq, W401.
A Scottish correpodet. w
Shimnelf -Haggis.-M wlt to M a fel-
lows:
D .. Sir-Pws twatn Tayr iuMS
that a cotsman W a t. tktI
Thus Harry Lauder west t a* u t"
kiang clad tn a kIt nomt tn ilWt
We regret to say that we findOu'
selves unable to accede to our crW-
spondents request. Respect for trath
I compels us to state that a SCeotMaMa
almost invariably wear ldther&r kM
nor kilts but trousea.-LoAdU NewL.


AutomobieFor SeI


Almost New Reo Runabout,
with Folding Back
Seat.
WILL CARRY FOtl PEOPLE ANYWHERE.
IN FIRST-CLASS CONDITION.
Al..i-,t N.ew Tire-. Gas Lights, Genera-


t. .rQ, Supplemien t.ary Springs and all tools
Will be sold at very low figure.
Want larger car. i
Callon oraddrew:
GEO. F. CROUCH,
Daily News Office Daytona, Fla.
%OW CUBIC YARDS OF OYSTER'
SHELL FOR SEABREEZE.
TAKE NOTICE.
T:.-.To% n of Ih... will r'.-i~ljd~.for4
:i*r ( ..~'y of :Pos et 'icumc ard ijr inort- of
r -T.r~h-:1 1 1,oIrYto r rivi-r. to I w di-llvt~rtd on
!1-- '0 *E,i 1m' jIntL %, rt t%:
1't-r Blu #i.vanrt. trout Plrwwuood .Avenue
.. 'r..u~k:.w Avnu%
i.d.' l~ulvdIfroitn Pinew~ood Ar-
1:Ilii.4 ~ .~.u z.. n'. ut l.-r Poul.-v ..ni to
~\ r41 I:4'ti !.-%;#ri. front.. 4 n drit-w
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F- T.-A :14' ? r~ tlit- right to ac.-
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k- 4-n fi*~. r Ivofot-6,tt 'p. lit.. Mon-
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TH MAIYIIILIF. ted oa(rmndv-i.-w Ave...

'~t~ ~.IR %%-a ton--ez. ,Fla.
Th. I.- rfe-cltion
The SyracuseMRNE-
(iNs.I:~.:i -':m on# runnhi ns,.t RoXBerS.
On- 1ol(K-k enuth of
MEII PIN[IIIRSJ Psoc. i tnn
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early tralinulg Iem*
wojacqprca habit t
vatuIMe In later year
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uspousiblty o Strti.

rests na tn wbi obw tl
offer the ppmtety. r
pelaliy desind. Four
com-punded quarter pi
DepqtflmIt. AccOumts
one dollar up.


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Lace and Muslin Cwr


Make Selections Now.


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LIV TANS STBL[S Royal Scarlet and Blue LI
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R. H. McD)ONALD, Meats.
M. B. ALLTMAN, Gents' Furnishings
(I RLBERfMORRIS HARDWARE COMPANY.
I, ,jH.-.AN & MALEY CO.. Furniture.
tPECK-HENI)RICKS COMPANY, Drygoods.


GEO. i. CLARk. Je elry
I.. G. LYMAN. Groceries.
THE G.AZETiTE-Ni:\S CCO.
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The Modern o dnthe tlt to the world.
Ot


[seven Wonders J


Owd Daaytoo, I crowning glories is
herba a-myrae beach. No one who
ever toot upoa its month, packed
a-; so one who ever pedaled a bi-
Scyle ovr its expanse; no one who ever
drove a padchlg pair of horses and list-
* md to the pepping of their steel shoes
upon Its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo-
bUedown the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed sand but real-
ised that it is a world-beater, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modem
wonders.


The MacId. PeluM i Hmk River.


NEW S Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta
too Votes For Every ion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom.
Dollar paid for gamey food fishes in countle s numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
, ,:a-- *and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
I which sit about as if for the sport of
or Job Woi k, bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubbauly old white headed pi lican pouch
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk s trug-
it OR Subscriptions gling upward with his floundering load
ve a larger number. he snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
i span, their hampers and lockers bulging
IS A CMUNE 1 EfE with refreshmeats both solid an liquid
Ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
--*. IUIlIFS J surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormoud bridge to
)Ponce Park light house, then say


SUBSCRIPTION DEPARTMENT.
* I.F. 0-One subscription, 500 votes


Club of five subscriptions, 4.000 votes
Club of ten subscript'ns 10,0(0 votes
There is; no limit to the number
of clubs each contestant may secure
The subscrition price of The
Weekly lazette-News is $1.50 a
year; The Daily News is $1.50 for
the season by mail.
MolictMng votet. by candldnt's or friend
w1thin the stores distributlLug vot*- Is uu-
(li4-tiralel ly tthe pr prit't(rs..
D WRemember*l All vot's llst lw' c'llt
R nIlember l SEVEN DAYS
from theta dltt4 of bi.sstI'.


Ten ms eldetdly furnished, all modern improvements.
in u by beaUtful g !nmds and fronting on the water.
THIS PLACE IS A BARGAIN.

MACON THORNTON
REAL ESTATE


ORMOND and ORMOND BEACH


NO MATTER WHAT YOU THINK
0' Buying or Renting in the way of leal Estate

BE IT A CABIN OR A MANSION


Sa a. a i__i-, a *twh u- Farm and Trtick


whether the Halifax isn't
beauty and a joy forever,
,the modern wonders.


a thing of
and one of


The EacntlagIy Picturesque Ridgewood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the cnret of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunked liveoaks extent their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Ixoking straight ahead down
this white shell street one has the im-
pression of a fairy path with elfish dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast


'an eye first to the right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage home.-
in the most delightful settings.
See the glistening leaf of the grand
magnolia which nature has varnished as
no artist's brush ever could; and the
cabbage palms with their biurdens of
showy fruit and swaying palms; see the
lovely holly with its exquisite berry; see
th climbing vines running riot in the
trees see the cryptogamons forms which
gain a foothold on the great oaks and
the stately palms, and surely you will
join in the chorus and say that this is a
world wonder for beauty.
Kurpassli Beauty ot Our CottIre Homes.
No one of Daytona's attractions, per-
haps commands more nearly universal
attention and praise than d(os the artis-
tic cottage. The owners of these charm-
ing villas hail from every corner of the
country and they bring their own archi-
tectural plans and build upon them,and
as the architecture of one section of the
country differs fronm the architecture of
another so do our homes differ in out-
ward appearance' and structural beauty
from one another. There are no mionoto-
nous rows of strikinglyy similar buildings
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What next?'.
It is not only the exterior of many of
these homes that rivets attention; with-
!n they are models of convenience, and
the finish and furnishing give evidence


of the elegance and cultivation of those'
who worked it all out. Indeed it is the
interior arrangement and the artistic
furnishing and shading, more than the
ext.rioi appearance that giv a surpass-
ing charm to Daytona homes. This fea-
ture justly merits prominenc, na wonder
numlxr four.
Streets and Pavements the Most and Best.


Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve callow one
may be to many things, the mere men-
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and
fruits" will send a thrill that is reflected
in distended pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "goo
ber" there is a bunny ready to come out
a.d-acept your gift. He will sit bolt
upright and gnaw into the meat, casting
furtve, saucy glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming
the year 'round. You are reminded of
Goldsmith's couplet where
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid
And summer s lingering blossoms are
delayed.


In one yard roses of variagated hues
predominate, another household have
a penchant for the poinsettia and
the premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety is
the spice of life and here is where you
find it.
The birds flit in, aqd with their joyous
notes help to give fullness and symme-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day-
tona yields the palm to none for quality
and quantity per acre. There are scores
of citrus groves in proximity to the city,
branches bending to the earth with their
burdens of luscious golden globes, which
for beauty, proliflicacy and all desirable
qualities would truly astonish.


The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out.
The seventh world wonder, do you
ask? Come, whether from Missouri or
from Maine, from Kalamazoo or from
Timbuktoo and you will be "shown."
Here is where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season.
Autos the biggest, the fastest and the
finest are on daily parade and the big
show is as free as the pure artesian
water from the thousand flowing wells.
It is a continuous show with constantly
shifting scene.
Everything goes, from a 2-horsepower
up to a 200-horsepower, and all degrees
of speed from a canter to a two-mile-a-
minute clip. You will probably catch
the spirit and when you do the roads
and the beach are yours The Florida
sunshine is free, the balmy ocean
breezes are free, the birds and squirrels
and flowers are free, the sparkling
fountain water is free and you will have
to go down in your wallet only for coin
for the auto and bed and board.
This is no fanciful picture; it's all
here. It. is drawing other thousands
and h, lding them enthralled, it will
charm and hold you Come and sec.


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HOTEL PALM BEACH
wrrouaded by warm waters of the GOff
btreaw. retet guet from A cold
wbatber. Its homelke aiformalty and
moderate rates attractive to those mak-
ing a lon taly. For booklet and rates
address MANABDn Palm Beach.


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NEWS OF THE HOTELS Cottages with

The Prince TelephO
The Prince George. 0


THE CLARENDON IWI
THE CLARENDON


SKARXZEZ,. FLORIDA.

)pens on January Ist, 1909


Steam Heat. Electric Lights, Hot and Cold Water,
ne; High Grade Appointmenta, For Rent, with or
without servants.


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Lights have been installed in the pal- ..u..*u*ui
metto-posts at the head of the walks, 0
which will make a pleasing effect when .0
lighted. 1 1
The guests spent New Years in a i
quiet way, cards being the diversion. I

The Ridgewood. i
Among the arrivals at The Ridgewood ,0
over Sunday were: W. S. Harker, Tren- 0 Greatly En
ton, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schuete, 0 .Y
Milwaukee, Wis,; C. R. Miller, J. B. Broad
Bard, Hammond Talbot, Leland Lud-, E
low and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Holbert,
New York City. i mulllllr
The guests celebrated New Years in a *1111011I1
ouiet-.avn some nlavinir cards in the


evening others making the rounds of
the picture theatres. A number at-
tended church in the morning.

Despland Hotel.
The arrivals at The Despland over
Sunday were: Mrs. H. Fidler, Savan-
nah, Ga.; C. Eckhoff, New York City;
Charles E. Child, Attlebon, Mass ; Louis
E. Rich and wife, New York; Mrs F.
Blendun, Philadelphia; Mrs. M. F.
Wheeler, Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert G. Gere, Cincinnati.
Theo. Dunn, of Orange City N J.,
went over to the pier yesterday, and
caught a nice string of fish.
C. E. Hazeltine and wife, of Ne\\
York, went on a delightful trip yestel-.
day to New Smyrna, the trip being
made in one of the Abercrombie ina-,
chines.
The guests spent New Years attend
ing church, and at cards. In the even-
ing a party of about twenty made the
rounds of the picture shows.


EAST COAST


MECCA


FOR YACHTS.
SKODAKS, I
Films, Dry Plates, ia
S;I and St. Augustine, Means Much
Chemicals, 1
For East Florida.
Card Mounts, i
SI A ION INAND WATERWAY.

THE BEST KODAK FINISHING
0
IU W THE U ith tlie completion of the canal noN\%
IN THE CIll0 being dtug from the St. .Johns to tl.e
0 North river, near Jacksoinville, there
In Twenty-four Hours 0 ,ill be the long desired inland water.:"iv
W .,' h i tA'. 1 ,'.i l ill.. ,g o from Jacksonville to St Augustine,
I With this much-wished-for cousuniniia-
Professional Goods at Jack= | tion new life and great impetus will b,
sonville Prices. w ,i\v'n pleasurc-boating on the le;tst
( Coast waterway.
SThese fine boats of various kirids ('ii
Sl b I lie brought to Jacksonville, anid a saf,
SLesesn e' a I ind ple:isaiit journey made to Bay Blis-
KODAK elACE, (.ayne, to Key \Vest in fauHt.
SNeit Door to the ,lac.ksonville and St. Augustine (ca.:
has a power boat club. and the meniber.
Prince George Hotel, 0 of the clubs will ,enjoy the tripon, ti,
S* St. Jolins, and by the catial between tlhe
DAVTONA. FLORIDA.
*t DAYTONA LORIA. to ites. The distance is suchli that it
r*UiO -IOU O *O*OIO *IOUOOO i will I)e just far enough for a delightful
-- outing. The completion of the canal
-... will be looked for with pleasure by all
I motor boat enthusiasts.


E IU I L l -" ftI ii


Ev>,ry winter a large number of t)power
boats are brought to Jack.oiil\ill,. by
their owners, but many have ari outside
trip from the mouth of the St. Johns
river to St. Augustine or to Mosquito
Inlet, oippo,,ite New Smyrna. When the


'larged since last season. Cuisine and
Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuite.
very Modern Convenience. Send for


amumai~meums


Service Excellent.
Steam Heat.
Booklet.


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4 Fronting on the Electric Lights and ]
Halifax River. Modern Improvements w



Schmidt's Hotel,
l',rnwritrly S .iiiii it'? 4 Villa.

HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors, 3
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Fine Houle Table, Delightful D
a RIeaoonalle Rates Sunny Rooms
491
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THE house is .lhariningly sitluated on Ridgewood Avenue, the high
est and most l.ealtlifill ioint in the town of Daytona. It is
very tastefullyv anid cn',liffortlilylv furnishi'di l and is modern in
very respect. l'lie v, etabhls are fromin the Ridgewood garden,
and native fruits, \\l,icl grow ill auniidance, are a feature of
the table.
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STHE BENNETT

Modern and First class Pi'oori;s, en suite wvith Private Baths.
El=ntire \\hlite Service. Northern Cooking.
Sil..r i. l,', ,.,i. I' '. A. H. & I ANE, Proprietors.

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DAYTONA, FLORII)A, I). R. STIILMAN, Proprietor. :
Facing The Ialiaii Hltli i:I.,ick fr,.m St .re and Postofftcc.
Modern Impr,\cmrnnt%. \% Ihitc Hlp. Northern Chef. .
Terms $2.0() and up\\ard. \\cckly Rates on application.
TABLE BOARD
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