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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 6, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00275
Source Institution: University of Florida
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L'"1 re* theIs's The department of agriculture at
0 n1 l bedmm a Washington through Captain PacetU
a--t ly true ha raently placed five large signs at
S~ t Ibe prominent points on Mosquito Inlet re-
m1 e- m el to be *strvaton. The signs anm aout five by
d I et akeit seven feet, supported by four posts and
e ggter fellow's firmly braked One is at Hawks park,
mi Ie fn known I t one opposite the Ocean boue. New
ll ayBj af thevr y Smyrna; one at Mosquito inet, one at
im eornif his way live Oak point and one at Uttle Pelican
giCspIh npo hI& banner island north of Port Orange. all being
Sit giving hand; his near the main channel of the Halifax
ILW4rn dllrrmilmniagT yours and Hilliboro rivem. The reservation
I no gyoe klngis you dir wu created av a ple* rve and breeding
1 NhL~ ground for native aquatic bird. Al-
fiLtbp 6 wM it to ksow what ready a very marked increase in bird life
am, iy. in g made toward is apparent in the colonies of pelicaans.
e tlran scheduled for gulls and tArns about the inlet. White
4 1 U1. It the province cranes, blue whroa gaoets maid wood
od s tl tay News to give ibis are increasing in numbers and show
^ an--m ed no news les fear than formerly. Request hav-
l bIeMmn ae mauecter will be with- i1g be whwtlher ducks could be killed on the
: fe d wb i is being Aol(.Ited is reservation he communicated with the
owanteebtthenminimum reiuir Bkw t yet bee reached. The and has been instructed to permit uo
f-Irl o wem started a little low shooting what'.ver on the reservation
ia r Slly number who were confi- and to cause the-arrest of anyone found
peiftcd to contribute libralljy using fire arms within its limits.
qwiagly, while others whom they ; There are now twenty-three national
-ped to chip ;.u lIave Fo far failf-d to rscvirvations in the I'nited States for the
al t aIlL 1 protection of bird.-, nine of which were
- Itwho it thought will feel it in- fornewd the pa-t year These nine art'
lt poU tlem to contribute are at Tortugis Keys and Key West. Flor-
a nd in the meantime the cor,- ida; Mosquito inlet, east coast of Flor
are wat-ting tine atnd we,,rying: ida; Lower Klamath lake. Oregoun,
a is a work of supev'ro,)gnti,, and Chase lake, Dakota; Pine Island, Mat-
U ould not I e made t,,u 0 th, fi iI, o er ouglri t I,, ali- The twenty-three re rvations re in,
4umt. Their tune is valuanlr' to themn charge of foity-nine wardens whose


ld it is making too much to lhlwg lcek
aMd have them ci'.%as aild re'.(:L-alvait
ti territory.
If you have not already t, ottritbute'd
Sowrd the race meet, do ls at o1Tice(i, eo )
lat it may 1w denihi:ih .-,.t 1 l-d whl-tlc'r
to e raet wi'l I, hlt Id, tmliOl tii< e i,'rti..-
ing of it xomitmet r>.d.
If the Daily Nes- kil-w of ,''. ( :ip,-
pO lteoake which tiould aro(wl'- i,;ci
silante your latent cil\ic pri.. rilnd
Syou to warmu up to thil. inillC Istili t
fdh untet, it would not he.sitaf 1t
i'ft the appeal. The thoughltle- .cid
t ONperfieil ou(hlit t( o S'" at tn ~l:,IT-
'lL0as an nual autoliol',il.' ra:r o cic't;i-
Sllytoroa Iteach ultl:d i\'' lhi
;. cihliw city adl'vertisr. trcisiii 11Ti
SPlld. Previous racing e ve'nt-p pt I.p i
I a in the lin-light, in thi ,iil.
Oe; It would be difficult to, '.'iril:il' I',
Mle of suebh advertisti\g. liit i- it
tWi to blazon to thie world Ithi t \- v';
'V Id record for poed is broke -,,I.i
I ilNk a lach" It lit iil\ '.
a5. bitu fuore ign1, r. a I-' ir.. ,
, l-a their
I B iV the list i ,Clof < lt ii'', nitl-
l0lGuMntaW, up till Ioda.I iti r !,It'Ipi
h i a day or m, the litl I>:i\ l< (" C"Ii
a mand a ','r3 iipm,,rt:it :,dI.itioi.

9 Wida1 Ea-at ki ita t Altiit,)lll i,' ,i
Cha I '-. Ali ih m "y Blirs t.', I


Wouti iac.d toil Iou'tCi
Al..


"HAPPY REW YEAR!"


-Rehse in St. Faul Pioneer Piu-..


A DEAD PIG


OFFERED


A INUIIIT


duty is to guard the colonies of birds t 4 IIlJUL I o
upon them.
Through the means of them reserva-
Mohammedans W'orked V'i) To
tions the particular value of bird refuges
has been demonstrated and must appeal H highest Pitch of Irenzy Over
to) all en lightened citizens and true
-p) rtstii ticmo wish to see the bird.-' Defunct Porker.
-,\c..d from litter eXtinctionli. Ilhlmot ---
umertis spc'i'es in time colonies on the MUSS[LM[N S[[I RFVFN
Ail and sGulf c(atsts are herons and ANGRYNIiSS Ui R E
laIughli, grfll. brown pelicans and terns.
I'reon t Ih( ii terior reservations are ducks. t
% uite twlicani grebes and gulls, and on
ti|e P:r'cilci( (coast, corfllorants, puffins, 4. I '' !', --
niurres, gulls and peltrt'ls. tAIA'L T'A India. J.i. 6 -ralcutt.
It i.- p)roblale that a deputy warden A
11 bvy aplpoint.'d at lPort Orange or i aroused to, frantic:xl furTy l,\ tlie Id :e-
\, .\ S i~ir> 'Ia. "lie new reservation is in i ration (Cf tl. 'i 'in l lt I, ; Ti itanghi
- 'j.;t "Ce cf (alpttin 1 i. J. l)acetti. rib, which cast Il,. dc ,, lt li lt e- i s-
\ tre.sipa>sing rI ailoled nor firearms .
Si:iilt 'd li lt l MoS ii o Inlet Reser-l ll .\lt, ll, ll I ,
.;li,,. It. l itIl-V I t boell to publish here- : dei d piC i t., M ,Lli.:c;iu .l.ti, -'i l-
kilt: l lin %'.i t \i 1314.' An Act to (-t.ir.
pr,,l,'.-t lic i iC tIIJ theireggs in game and i (,rd.' are JiCui rg P,'u tI.. lti' t \
l pi s I\ it cll ex\te ilnii t g t.. tlt ne11 Is.
b ri,; t. %i -lv theti senirte anti liti i t t .
li,.l ,f lit i pr.'- rittive. of thle l united lilti.h t-t s and A :- l la \
Sl.: .4lieitlic' inl (on res' assembledl iiighboring to\\ii- :ti\ c IC<.li ;Iu-lht-d I,,
It,; it -al.l 1, unlawful for aniy person the' scen-e to guard tlt- Hie i iu 1:4lr.- t
i,, l, l ,I p cHlp)turc willful i. iturbt
,,i I i :tiy iurdl ,f anyv kind whate\-er, or
Iak ,I' t i f g. (f such birds )on any" land: In the ev.-in of a l li t!, ',
,,f Ii,- l'lited Statesi which have ltl-etc doubtedly 1l,, ri t r. 1 '.- '. la
-" p rt.r ,- r-, ed for breeding c grtuiid- tion S 1 .1nl
a.,r 2 ia t'\ ao'r l:iwi proclamati',n or
C( ('li' lr,,ier. exce'pt under such
cri'd i ini iM' )t tiei I%' tie Sc.r, NEW YORK MILLIOI IR
t:trv of Agriculture
h. le secoOlid ;.ctonof this Act prt -
,'.it I. Il lit filli( di i1 v a w in2i,2ood it LOSES HIS WIFE.
lor Mihtat i ;. It llln y &,l w $5 nind six
Ii,*n)liti.s ll oi~" lili.l'l .alid t approved I t IH i
T, Tl'.o i., Ir lo,.o.evelt Julie 2 's, 14tH
ODtetiles IPul tin hiunt lult No


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The Vote As It Stood Monday Evening.


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COUNTY SCHOOBOARD MILONS

MET Al DEMAND MONDAY. ""L ... .m


(ico. I. Crouch, Connmmissioner
From Daytona District, l lect- '


ed Chairman Newv Board.


FOR THE


/ SUFFERERS.


'I II t i', ity lBoard C f fiiu t f. I i!, t
att 1.i S MoN y \, iaiis CI il ; In rmOus Sums of Monev ar
Il1 11 t;Hi I tnorrmoti *
I., 'I.1 ,is jlt, se.t. Ship loads of IProvisions (io
Ti,, i at t'r >- f rte'airii g P;i.-, i C ,o i
s tol I'uililig at ',rt 1.,!,;.- i.i :. 'To Italian Sufferers.
pairs on well at lingst ig.-,i \as rC ferr-e i
act.:"""'' "''" ', A[ERICANS LEAD IN THE WORI


i.


Th ce' mli~iai rout.: i, .1' !
1',ard %us Itr~ll~ i t It
'oak k oIt"'ed ill) 1tw- l nrI,:Lit, jIC V;11-1 P. iC

lug,~~~~~~~~~~ .t t-hhtC'P -1 \L -a 'r- ,ticken 1pecejle tile'Itahiaui shlp Bay -
te i fit ted with foodi and mriedical sueppli' -
and OIL [t-, I "i- Y A ribas~sador ( 'iriscom II kave-4 's (' I:,
*uad ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~V th-a~ t. t Itk hiii teerniCrricC Cii'noute'to Nlc""ir.A.
e'Ioe-titiig 1.,C t'I-, c'IA1! ~. IIa '1lt o.t 4ef titting thme ,hlp Is Sd.Ii)0ce
Bert lFi', %. ts a- n c.' '.iint- t- o ..u,\ tC: Flit total rehlefuniad faimtr all -I~r-
lie Boari i r t, crI!,:- _t.,'! e%,,' e'eels 11,%%tV\0O

li~iI~1. C4I DWi'I1THROW PAPERS


6ADSDEN HARP[R DIEB


Ii THE CANAL /U11.


LBalhozi I .tmJ e Of lI .-I!'C ;
";end-s Notificationi lo'oun-


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bialb.'a ICCJIzC No. ;, I'..-:' P., C I -
&'a-e'adia I 'ZI ti tuai ( a! (i. f

o'f o'., of hthi-i ult', of de Al P 'C ad
i hn'ii~'.&td'tr 11 tri,ardtI
I ounIg Ilarp.'r A -01i N V-.
I Iar er (of 'l' rok 11, airt Wlla! .
Awkit i-eit.ally ki~lld t -u' poit (CIA 11 0


POLL TAX


NOW


PAYABLE.


Must Be Paid By Next Saturday
To Vote In The Coming


Election.


PEISOELi


OF THE


POSTFIfE.

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Smitlh With
An Efficient Corps. Coast-


tute Strong Staff.


DO NOT NEGE6[C 10 SETTLE.IPOSTMASTIR SMIT'S ETIr .
RtIt R RR
If you would vote in 'tte itLy Llec- \V. C. smith whose recommendation
tion which will occur the second We'd- to be postmaa.;ter at DIytona wasa snt
nesday in February you must pay your to Congress by the President Monday,
poll tax by Saturday. is a Georgian by birth having come to
The law says that to be ,,.tititlhd to Florida in 1.96.
vote in any election poll tax must be lie ha.s been in the postal service
paid by the second Saturday of thel since 1891, first in the railway mail and
month proceeding the month iln which since in poetoffices. Previous to coming
an election is held. to Daytona in October, 1905, he was for
two years or more in the Palm Beach
ATCHIL B FI otice, so he has had the experience in
CATClING BU flS~ l M t(,uri-t business to tit him for efficient
service.
BY MUS!C STRANS. I Mr smith, vho will assist him in the
; ,Stie ttis winter, has had several years
R t i xl,'erience and will t.dd to the strength
of thte force.
An Innovation Introduced Bv t fyrc
I.. J Couwan. chief clerk, has been in
Henry Schmidt, Conrad Stu- nhe local ,itrie for several years and his
I -iiriri.c y is attested by his regular pro-
benbord and Others. iuJti,)n.s.
Catching bluefisli to, thle trairl o(f a \V A. Roxhy, the accommodating gen-
Victor talking iina'.-hiri is .-,4 i :t h i i r; 'r:lI delivery clerk, is on his second
tirely new, and the idea is (dlu. ti, thie ea-"n il that position and is making
fertile brains of Henry Schmidt. Cotiral good with the public.
Stubenbord, James Stubenbord, Ernest C. J. Me-sing is in his first season as
Kreitzburg, William Kreitzburg, \ill- dispatching clerk and his record so far
iam Rendsbuig, P. J. Doyle, Mr \Witt- shows that he is careful and painstaking.
comb and others who, aboard the tle't Hhenry Williams, the stamp clerk, is
Ernestine, were down under th. s.dohw also in his tirst season but from indica-
of the big lighthouse ytstt*rday angling tions hi;s work will be satisfactory both
for a string of the tinny trib,. to the public and to the service.
The genial fishermen give it u,It that Taken as a whole the force looks to,
they kept a Victor mac hin. ir:gir: all be' able :anl we b4speak for the public a
the time. and attribute th.'.r r: atsu. u~' mut ati.fa,'tory service under the new
cess to the wrr,,t .:traiinis ::- i'c, liut 1 ::' l 'I : lt
their I)ayt,)na fri,,lfd.-, tv!, v. i, tio
th, contents of their I,rk r, 4 w i, tl,, y C:ise in Jury's Hands.
1 ft d o n 't ta k e r ,.-i, .t ck ,, :,,i- *. ,t ,r!. >l I'r,. .
t!ieo rv izitmi i:t ii: t lt t:
ither' ble:. : ,'l -, l.)';t .l'a rin. *P:- Mrs. J. ('layvt n
i ,i ii r .i-tr, Mr-. ('atherine
ectrhanp.-.dipp '-r ii tr t 'y iiurtler o f
thle fishI likedd, t he uror ,f tie
w 'iL t,; i i li ;i i p(lit' i lan. % ill be

I h | tr tl,- r- p.I- T -f y ,. -1 ie is. '& a ti th'
Xa f ., ,t i 'f tre i i it.
a'id art' !t-' ti ', -i.r'c : : -
- dorie.


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mu.~Mr 1 LLOM C3WEA
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P0.w~e bow motuhiaSbck-
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Two-Eylet; Heavy Bole. Wing Tip, in Patent, Tan Calf, Am. Tan Buck.
Aire jut the Newt and Best Style Low Shoes Out. See windows. II


ANTHONY


BROS.


Who are never satisfied unless you are.


M. ELLA iEVOY & COMPANY,


. Ladies' Hatters,


No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,


Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,


HIGH CLASS GOODS. LOW PRICES.


January Sale of


mmmmmm
mmmmmm


Clothing and Shoes |


. NOW ON AT


THE


BEACH STREET,


t ~u;.il nm t in r'itulsr -,sI Siou
evening lRejKrt Of thX c l(' He r -
roc.(i1't"( and t;I d. Rpot(If street
( ''1Yi1f111t tt' oil fntiishil: iLt: '"da' ('Ii Ue
U Ae re I :ca I I 11, -d Bids 'in ,.!.eIing
S' WfI. erre T ad-.t nIt'II, '1, 1,Ion ..
1'%and.ia1l'!..bid of '9 t 'rt'~~
v rti % ta U!"14 I N ~IA7d* t

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e'XA'i t1-ip I3-1i t iht ; W h flt'a'!L I VdIt I Il A
Ini' '-t 1ii t'ie~i c teedI\% :Icy front vel t iri !,i.
flInt.'s.- ami ld Ort I i c d.'. tor all(] fmn'l:,l
are quilt, lecpful (*if !~.Ire'''I ry F;.

t Lti In ft or one o(f his cr
his niafchiint- Ztndsv aftt mon k'I 1
ul th A. S. Randall anti family Wh,!e
till tUeroad sorriemh -re b'~ \,-%\
N-iwtrma Ow cehiti m %%,.sfsaipped 1, %a
tOuczh t%6&IT n Iaast:zO\f a 14t
a treeP1)irMg ill Ithe ro.ad an,;I Ow
tIr! could procecd1,i nonwtur. NiF l'rr .
wans tho- -OodSarria!-lta" ui Li i!,#
tie rt"-scie andlI i l'ic f-.1% .
b''tme-. .Atlay !te; ,ir at.d i t' ir
awa-iti ('11 tA' r,1.id
JIohnti l'fer and f TU k
a' litre f,.'r t~c ctt A.iw tN



fat her, rctIurtied %'( t~ i:Vt.I l1l a.d t
ttikf' lit, Ver Stud '. ht Sc~.
L. Z BIurdwk I- 1i h '.*z;na'icnerlt fIn''
walk laid 4z %% ~ iI tt :e tl r;q.~
ImeyitS at. tJ ejt K- 7 I.Act' A!


GLOBE


DAYTONA. FLA.


toll

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NEW SEASIDE INN
\ i ( > I I.\( i

liver\thing Modern.
Homelike and Comnfortable.
|)irectll on Atlantic Bk-a,.h.
Surf Bathing and F'ishing.
2 -.1 ii I; 1\Y AM>I ll'
It It ft
HORACE STEWART
l> \ T \A IMI ACHl, i 1 1;11\


SURF CREST
H .*;"117- i.1 '* nir l .; '7.'rL\ ..:1 *'' '
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THlE WHIT[ HOUSE CO0TAG[S9


evry? e ve1.9 exeP 13M-
t ,,r .'- <: .-, % %l7 -1,

dafrmDMecemberIVA11
-, TH ItO~A2EVYFl-NliIit!

AoT. E.t F euLALD, Edtor- Malulagtt *r.
L. 1 D fMAU. (Ity Editor.
C. P. HARRIS, CirrulatiOn Managor.
Gz0. F. CuIotcex, SuperinltendenJt.
Application pending for entry at the'
postoffice at Daytona,. Frtoidai. u
A. E. L"Dugsewho hubem visit-t-cond aeLM mumail matter.
ing Theo. Sengstak and family, at
Daytona Beach, departed Monday
afternoon.


"Coburn's Minstrels, not a Rabbit
Foot tent show. Remember the date,
Jan. 12. Wilmans Opera House.
Hubert Price, Mr. Hurd and the'
Misses Lida Bronson and Mary Sim-
erall of Ormond were in the city'
Monday evening, coming down in'


BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


the Pr:'ce boat. -' i
g) rF.W. POPE
0SFABHFIMF CorrAG.E Foi RENT ; F. We POPE
S C F R Attorney and Counsellor at
Seven rooms; all modern improve- A r a o
ments; large grounds. Addrss, Prai tee In State and Federal court
*OF:FiCE OVER POSTOF*FICE.
Box 35, Seabreeze, Fla. Telephone4 oFcE
Mfrs W fEllodett returned *Uin M- ---OU@III


from Jacksonville Tuesday after-
noon, to which point she bad ac-
companied Miss Blodgett, who had
lieeui spending the holidays at home.
+AUiTMo'RIILE FOOR CHARTER-Four-
cylinder Stevens-Duryea. hour or
._:i __11 .... U_ ..... l-_- I llh


T. E. Fitzgerald E. F. Oatt-
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Special Facilities for Examining and
Perfecting Land Titles.
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 12s


trip, call Morgan nouse, puone i a,. Bll t-6--= -" *00**some
to 0
PoU&.A. KLOCK9 D.9
Miss Adrienne A. Porcher, whoPY 0. A. KLOCK, M. I.,
.1st ~ d TIn re o 0 PHYSICIAN AND SL:ROEON,
was the guest of Theo. Sengstak and, A.oatfed with K. M. Fercum. M.
~ng~ ad, 4A,tociaatt'd with K. M. Ferguson. Ml.
family, oif Davtona leach, during W tpeis'ii attention given to DIi%,i-i-.->f
"on.a *7 S the" KI-vt.KEir.Nou-' it nd 'llhroal rt 111
the holidays. left Monday for Wash- Fittin, or a;iTirt ii
Fitting of u;hi.-,..
ington, D.'C., where she is attend- a 0, ,. Hours 7 to It 4p.in.. I I'. it'.
ndino p. I. hool.i i
ing school.lllllll ~~eee


1. A. McLeod of Ilallock, Minn.,
was a welcome guest of his brother-
in-law, \V. I. Byne, Fairview avenue,
WVednesday last. Mr. McLeod has
not been to Daytona for 13 years
and says the changes and improve-
menuts in and around the city are
wonderful. lie will spend the win-
ter at Ormond with his sister, Mrs.
T. 1C. elements .


IDAYTONA BEACH. Jan. 6.-J. S.
Mntgt- mery. wife and two sons, and
bro' her, H. P. Montgomery and wife,
lr,)miln'nt people of Georgetown, Ky.,
v,-ttrdayv leaM&d for the season, the 1i.
' Buckland home, (iln Valh-y street. J.
C. Butler, r ,'l estate man, trant acted
tI h- bu,iite -. J. C. Butler albo closed a
;.t ai, ye.-tcrday in which E. F. Austin, of
-rt Fairtleld. Me.. purchased uf Billie
Hazgt-tt. l(t 4. block S, on South Valley
6tivq.'t. t 'itr id,.rat ion, 61,100. M r.
Au.tit hz s otly" recently arrived here,.
but lbe h;a. taken iiotice ito sitih vffct a,
t ilrrti, .. t t i,'ts inll got d h <'alitis.,
,>:f ,, if \ i icli P' I i* hi\ iig A Ct tt.gt '
ri', ted
li.? I'diia Place arrirs. frotmrn South
Bcini, ludd.. tomiorruw, and will spend
thi iitcr with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Stick-
'r, at tihet ('o itiinlia (ottagt' on S'.'a-
t*it'# /zt ;i (.ill '.
Mr. aid Mrs. .B. Jones are atlilig tle
i rt'c':it arrivals frorni Astabula, Ohio, and
.ir h,-ated i. th,' E. '. Johnson apart-
;:,, ,t hu.-, uu Sabrev'c avenue.
t" F.. lHar\ty has the contract to ci-irt
.. i Wr.!, iilbs. 'hite's ocean front lot,
iiatti l( o1! Grat*ilt'iew ulvenue Mr.
\\ hit,'' i,, t'ttri latt's Ibu iling, and plari-
1I' i'ng ii ,ta e I S 11. Gove, hut 1"'
S t':act !,:'. Ib-cli 1t t. TheI location fr
a .-. )t. r! .-lnic .e i.- extra title.
Mr :i:id MNrs -I. Ainisworth, ul:o ia\ce
-; t.h tlie l.re lart of the s-ason at the
-did' lii i, .Xl''-t t,) f',riiallv take
S..., u, % ,,f their ret ily lv purcha.-ed
.." 'T, :t, itul la l lfax, Thurn-
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t, t twir f riend s tin d neig Iih.~nrsyes-
T N 3% .I hIct. oilthle afterficx'ri train
'r Ja .'.'n% III', lit rt', as Mr Clurk ex-
.'rese'di~.et.'r- 1, dv has to go ti, start
*clVI :~ ~ Thvc may spend someI
'7''K. It-'Inteio 11ft tzlt-eb. fore
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E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
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Fourth Door West Postoftice
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ROY HOWE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon *
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Bicycle Livery.


Kicyc Ic Supplies and Recpairs.
Come and See.


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IR It. .i), ,eats.
I. B. \LITMAN., (ients' Furnishings.
(il t .)NIl HARDWAJ, COMPAN--
1 .i~j ,,iH & M %Ii'y CO.. Furniture.
1'IC tlI.NI.ICKS COMPANY, Drygoods.


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Doings
at Daytona
Beach


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Now here v of ecU' .. .
tens tWW & znOU tbir
to whom ele misthe gm Every c
IshmeDts. Whn W. J. SMOGS I
there tn theiseventlalte ff-2 t9"iiONTcam
wereway fghtinl.& a.dbe paWiCl,"r
that wbm n a meisSW earl SSIE
the o;iI? took a "amoiatatn m tPau
on and sent him offwithsoh1 -a habit
L-e would not return- one sueb NWW3l
-nger was sent to Ctts lA slater yea
trian territory, with a a' a "e ay ea
money for the bank and he duly. Ff A
back. Another asked a& tiat
Cattaro to intercede wItbm ?rrRM
Is for his release fropi mai Acrco1t lov
you are not in prison," id the 3 r olla as
s an.e ch.- said th Man
only come down for a load of tskim ef tk Olum tu ni*yr
for So-and-so. but I must go r ItO besp ly d i d. FO-A,.




four Inoe: nIshter'" a idby| _^MMWwr|
on again when I get back to C das sql d ir F
One prison guard watched al te r co"O-__d qlartery
owners when they sunned ths |a | Ii' nt" lt. Accounts I
out of doors, and If be was lld
away a prisoner would take his l ro one dollar up.
and act as sentry for the time.
around bysetasd.l ee- The Merchan
Abroad Is A locality entirely our.
rolanded by sleaikness.In awftefBR~l -
N-ltw- it is a bourne more or fw !WA. D. BRIDK, Pnidt.-J. I
terlous, boadnL' on its farther side bym F. N. CONRAD,
your Income and on Its hither de by i
customm houses where you have to o-
,.lIre everything you bring beck with "
Vyu except a foreign accent and one
.hc-inge of hosiery.
Abroad Is where-- YoUu4
1. They put "OUR. STORE99
a. Labels all orer your luggage and. TE SPTCSOOEV
h. It all over you. ToDa ~t ftePsdoWbto
2. You are almost always going e. S. MLLER, Tro.3
down from Jerusalem to Jericbo. a nd YOU Will M" by u. b bge"
the good Samaritan Invariably wants se*
a tip.
Abroad Is the stage of history. but __------------___
that Is only because history made the
too common mistake of not seeing
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Proprietor


Opposite Yacht Club


Our All-Havana Smoker are
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JNVE.ROOM HOUSE and
tLrge Lot in KINGSTON
wA S9A.l. Iaqure of-..
CXrPIW UWAL CSTATt CO,\I'k N. -k
WORMAN S. DAYITON.


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E. S. hALL
Architect and Buildcl-r.
Office 20m Palmetto, Ave.\uc


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PRESCRIPTION
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>lit, s,.'Jt< c (.,ntte-tant Inma secure
The suhscrition price of The
\Weekly ( year; The Daily News is $1.50 for
the season hy mail. A
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Everything

Photographic
SPrlCI XL PRICES ON

SIortraits for the Holi-
dav Season.
I I,) liepini: and PrintinK hw the
Amal.ur a SpLcialt .

Anderson & Clark
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$5,000 I"I : HOM
$5,000 OlMOND.


STen rooms completely
SSurrouded by beautiful


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ftirfi'-hci all modern imnprovcnments.
I round!. aid fronting oin the mater.


THIS PLACE IS A IAROiAIN.

MACON THORNTON
REAL ESTATE

ORMOND and ORMOND BEACH
rrrrrrrrfxx 505055000.os"sseese*oo


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NO MATTER WHAT YOUl THINK


( if Il i-iio._ -rn- i, int- -


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BE IT A CABIN OR .A MANSION


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Seven Wonders
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I- eabre s hs OS Bee ch.
Oe of Daytaoa P crowning glories ir
) ib er incomparable beach. No one who
evr at foot upon its smooth, packed
seads; no ooe who ever pedaled a bi-
m- cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
e d no the popping of their steel shoes
S upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
S T- who ever steered a high-power automo-
Sbile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf.-packed sand but real-
| ized that it is a world-bebater, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls Hit
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modem
wonders


The Ptldd. Pelucid alitfax River.


NWhere think you is water with more
NEW S picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta
Votes For Every tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom.
lar paid for gamey food fishes in countle-s numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with (luck
Sing and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
or Job Wl oik bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed p, lican poelh


But on Subscriptions
give a larger number.


a fat mullet, and that fish hawk strlg-
gling upiprd with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an liquid
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
SPonce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
thle modern wonders.
The Eachmatingl) Picturesquc Ridgewood.
Ridgewood avenue' is ul)n thc' cr-est ,f
a broad ridge, straight a., the crow flies,
and theo wide.-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunked live-oaks extent their
giant arms a(r(oss this magnific'-ut vista,
forming an arch, and from these, extend-
ed arms great fo,.stoons of Spanish moss
P tamV as the trade winds from tropic seas
fai them. i.otokintg -traight l(ahead dow n
this white -she-ll strict onac has tlhit im-
pression of a fairy path with elfish (ira-


place repm more ad better, Daytma
throws down the gantlet to the world.


IqurrIt, FIwers, Ords md Prto.
Whatever one's shortcomings antd
however indifferent or eve callous 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
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt
upright and gnaw into the meat, casting
furtive, 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 variegated hues
predominate, another household ha\e
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, and with their joyous
eotes help to give fullness and symmne-
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 proxiunity to the city,
branches bending to the earth with their
burdens of luscious golden glolbes, 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 constant ly
shifting scene.
Everything goes, from a 2-hiorseptewel
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 Vyou ( tlie roads
and the beach are yours Th. e Floritda
sunshine is free, thli ba:lm o(e-an
breezes are free, the lbirnl Innd squirr'l-
and flowers are fret-, the :-parkling
fountain wate-r is frete anil (,you \\ ill have-
to( gO down in yo ur, \>:,llh-t only for co,in
for thle auto, and bCed anid board.


A S p.'ries. but as you move along and c:Lat i i fancil i e-ture.. it :1
an cyvt fir-t to tlhe right and the-n to their I
here. It is dra\m ii ,other t 1 ,u-antl dts
il-ft vou sle d(i tin iuishied cottage lhmit li' i 1. i rlll, it '. i
0 iin tlie most delightful seltinms. d htncl :rnl .
6 -,charm an nui imd Nou Comei and se.
S See thle glisteningii lef tof the grand I
m a:lgnolia whic nature has varmni.- Iid as ...... .. ...... ..
ni, artist's brush ever et-.uli; and tiae -
c. lbage pnlts with thi-ir hturtinns of
showy fruit anll si\a\'ingI pallll: see' te II I i
tlolylc hoe"llyiv \,whitl it- t-Nl thl> 'liljmliig %in cs rutinirig riot in tlie i I-. r .) a ,
tree lie I-lIIS, l)rv f lattes,
i; in a fothIold ,n thle grat c,:ok-.and C''h "t;-l', U
t Ilie l -tatilv |>;1]is. an i st-irf'IVy 'oII 'ill i
SJoin i th the (i(orus. aid -ay ti.i:t thli- is a 0 .rd ,.. t1t t
mrCard M-ounvIalts,
S.of citjIt for I,':t -'ut\.
,urpassinKg But ot Oe Our C ottage Hiumes.
s N(),ne iof I)aytona'- attrattrois, per. THE BES KODAK FIISHIN
SI-haps command mliTIIt re eivarly utliv\r-a I
attention n and prai,-l- tlH-n i,.s tle- ati- IN THF PITY
ic.c ottag' Ttlie \' rir.- f th.et charnim-l t
g vig Vlf.s li-ul from every cortr of tnhe" In Twenty-f(our Ho Iurs
countryv and they irng i tl-ar o1\\ arn Ili- I I;
Stectural plans a: dtl build upon them-iia d i \\d ii, 0 I ,
t a lht' architecture chf ,ne section of tlie
country difter's ioni til at, irhif tllt. ,f professional (joods at Jack
another es, (i, our hionic ,ilnlr it o,ut- s onville prices.
I ward appHearTII(I and ,rt'tnn rural beauty a
fre ,enr ,te' another. Thlicr. ran n. t- r I -n- n o t
n ou s ro w (of -trik i n ulj ;i !, i ,r l 'i h l ,,,n s 4 I It A t a l I
lut the ev-e a i, !\e(.p- I,'\. i- trc:;t( d
ti a kahleidsi cliitie t'h \'Ai,-th ke(Is KODAK 1P.\AtCE,
ihe mind wonde(ri:g '"\\ !L.ait .t \ ir to the
It is nfl t onl tthe c\tern or otf 4 ,in\' I-f
e ha a Prince (ieorge Hotel.
in thiC, art' !luio Is- f ,\v ', w r' c, li A 1 D NIO A. I .LO IDA.
tI tl .1 a:ld furnil-hog iv, e\ i :,e vIO\no]dn.ono I .,Oen
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interitor zorrangtinuirT11 inulit !J t,-- ort-ini
flrhI.i-h IIiii t1,-, int l I (1 i ,I I111g. ,I n '(- fII"in hoaIr.
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HOTEL PALM BEACH
fturroMod by warm waters of the Gulf
BIStrm. ftoteat S6tM from ALL eold
weather. Its kolMhke imfrmality and
moderate rates attractive to those mnak-
WE a long Utay. For booklet and rates
address MAN1aOR Palm Beach.


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THE OLD IAY STATE


IS REIE IN FORCE


That Daytona's Little Daily Is
Read Up In Massachusetts


Is Evident.


A most representative delegation, and
one that Daytona is proud to number
among her winter residents, is that of
Massachusetts. Marcus H. Rogers, who
is always ready to put in a good word
for the balmy Daytona district, for-
w trds the Daily News a copy of the
Springfield, Mass., Union, of December
31, w which has this to say:
"It is said that nearly 100 people from
Springfield and its immediate vicinity
send the winter months in the three
places grouped under the name of Day-
tona, in Florida. And that city and the
two adjoining places, having a popula-
tion in the summer of only a few thous-
and, boasts of having nearly nine miles
of the most perfect concrete walks that
can be found anywhere. They are on
the residence streets, five and one-half
feet wide, and the materials for con-
struction are so convenient that it only
c-,'st'a 10 cents a square foot to bui d
them. That seems a commendable way
to 'advertise' a Florida town."
The Pole Star.
Ersa Major and Ursa Mine:. urc
known also as the tricoinies ittil :it tlhO
Greater Wain and the I.esser \\';a:. It
Is curious to note that 4he lIrger cmi
stellation was given the figure of the
bear by the Arabs and by the Iroitiuvis
nrd men. The assumed forms are t,or-
dinarlly fanciful, and the Identity tof
the names in this instance affords feood
for speculation. Homer uses both bear
and wain (wagon) In his references to
these stars. It is evident that the
name bear was a translation from
some original Aryan language, as tlihe
constellation is called In Sanskrit
riksha, a word that In different gen-
ders means both a bear and a star. ( f
c ur.e the p,,lar star In e e tall of T'rsa
Minor Is tihe t -constellatiolti's plint ,of
glIry. In this o.is,, e IlImay sa:y f;irlry
that tile tail wal g i he d',i. l Iet-;ltl'c tlhet
roul, otf stars \was owe ,'iallnl d the
(og's tail. or '-%nosut'-r. l'ro hLave tir w v.rdl (.cyniO tre. tli.it ti e anrl
which all e, % s ttlrtI. H.'4 tI thIIe' t l. o 's.
t:ll folr si-iht if thi ltoh' star. M.hnwe-

How Nora Coaxed the Tipc
.A group ot f \vti ile'tn \v'ro re stat thel orritor o' f a suiInni r h l4.i tIl \l i, -i
:i a :tvdl scr< ilo toinanti stai't -l i].'st;ii r
fltli a pall of uattr. .lust iltit n a
iri'Ig t fac'd., blixorIt Irish 1 hia,11 "tr
nai I cattle Ilip
"'"'lis lIooks piUrty heavy f "or thi.- !tk,.
if ye." shli si ll cheiwerly t, t lio i.|1
W\p,,Iill. "Bettetr ',-t llo hlI "
She took uil tihe lpall and whii.ht
    iplst:ilrs with it.
    ' IIw though ihtfruil f N ,ora:t IS IC'T
    slo, kinid''" :nd sli llur a'xdr,-.1,t'.
    r',:e t4) thei lips of tit' ,intll'ii. l'I,
    rulproietr (of the hotel t inila Iin.t I'i r
    Itanl :1,4)o witnessted tfic I ri.+lit
    "C 'lever girl, that Nora." s:iic! t!!,,
    hotel inan to his compaidnion. "Sh,.'s
    nl\\nvys doing somethlirg like tli:it \\ htl
    there arre peo miore t ti l than allr two other t!rl-' Ii
    the ,lho s SShe could aff,,rti t, ,.:iV ii,,
    fir thIe privilege of witiiL !
    I:\v-,r y 'liiiml 'r she 'ilt'ak *ez t, ;
    ;ine,. thi 'A minter Itn 1 'n r-tl,', i ti! !ir ,,t.I
    h.,-ilt' inl Ir,'-:;tt .' N .'\v ,>*rk "l' *ti i '-,


    Oddities of Color Blindness.
    <',,!,,r l,. t l :,d.-s. ,,r th. ie i! i','; ,
    il tinir i l.-hl < ertiif u I"r. !- !x : ,
    "ita n s r ll',. In I ,>!ll i .e( ,'l,, Ir !,. t ,l:i I i ....
    is \\ hlien a pe'SCIo t'.iil t c t- I ".- .-
    rlt' iof in e' fiiti ila e'.lo t! i- --. r-. : -

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    Opens on January 1st, 1909



    Cottages with Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Hot and Cold Water,
    Telephone; High Grade Appointments, For Rent, with or
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    HOTEL DESPLAND I
    I)aytona, Florida

    Now Open for Season 19o8-9.
    L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.

    (:reatlyv Enlarged since List sea.son. Cuisine and Service Excellent. U
    i Broad P'iazzas oin all Sies. l(,oins Insiite. Steam Heat.
    Every Moerni ( ',ivenien'ce. Send1 for Booklet.

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