Title: Daytona Daily News
ALL ISSUES CITATION DOWNLOADS THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075894/00277
 Material Information
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 8, 1909
 Subjects
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00277
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
alephbibnum - 002072230
lccn - sn 93063916

Downloads

This item has the following downloads:

00070 ( PDF )

00071 ( PDF )

00072 ( PDF )

00073 ( PDF )


Full Text





;.rC '.~
* 4. -


WwT7u uww, wI IIm.v

Umay t Eq gamp*m Dinkift Dwm m ,1w-mr a tsmtua'sV5lwamt Ita Vla widhL
3~Room .u-auwDmnr1 tsep~e.a M ,s aE~hS 9


dsya


-S


DAYTONA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AJAM Y S.


15 Comb pv Wok


4.


A Heit. OViE r I L IUJUSL..
~ aARauM"rmuue sa"
CONTRACMOR ae N.s
Rasin. a" 0Om: Northeas" .[cain
Ckwor neWg~wow sad Volumas.
T*WgI" 221 MAGNOLIA AVENUE


- m-


mmmmm


FRIght Goods at ME

Right Prices,aiIa
: canOimd am mmgd be
DimiPSw ftTraf Yu off". gccmViaini hq

3L. Hi.ROWE & CO.'GIN3
0j...M*CL"-


LET THE EAGLE SCREAM! SHE HATCHED 'EM!


I


'I


*~~ft~m ~lw". Nmabi
Am Ond Cgram



w, ur~ 1V, a


BEAKS


HIS LE.

While Pedling Vines From Tree
He Falls and Receives Se-


ALso SIAS HILLAW


Ull emIaqt o the Palmetto C G Wigins, of Secoad avenue was
4=w id S e. It was ade- a. unfortunate a to break his right leg
eeI m "Ma; a suucesd M and also staffer a bad sprain of the ankle
*M ov wey M tmdpoint, and of the same leg while engaged in clear-
gr I0 ow its muew should ing away some dead vines from a tree in
^J lllmnj SmMAd that the event the rear of hiE residence, Wednesday
1-I i j e- in the LlAe of glory, morning.
1" r 'Iued the event in every It seems that Mr. Wiggins was en-
L deavoring to remove an unsightly dead
M- el women were ex,'!sistely vine which was clinging to the top o' a
C-- md were ina their finest fettle palmetto tree. lie had taken hold of a
iw -uet* Itore tlienielves loose end near the ground and finding
Indly, iled blandly, and vied with the vine still stronglyy attached to the
amotet"er in chivalry of deportment tree he ground his right foot deeply into
OW emqp1Ary ipte-h. the soil, in order to make a strong pull,
The wlt trains of music which were when suddenly the vine gave way and
Mfed oftover the aasernbly were both caused him to fall in an awkward posi-
t ul mmd inspiring; the dt"orat ins *tion on his right leg, wrenching the ankle
we mo tasteful, artistic a.nd e iited joint and breaking the small bonme above.
,.gl tioa of pleasure frnm all; ti. Mr. Wiggins called for help and a
SMl board was all that the 1m1.si neighbor, and a colored man who was
u ernmg could apk. working in the vicinity, went to his a--
To ay that The Prince (G.,rg. wa- % distance and carried him into the house.
fullty equal Uto the dcnanlef oif the (oc'R- Fortunately surgical aid was close at
io wuld be taist praise for tiv, Mess.r- hind, as l)r. J. 1). West and wife, of
rod Mesadm.t Hilyard and llolroyd, Ilop'dale, Ohio, are rooming in the
the deeoratInus, the menu. the srv'ic. houe with Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins. DI.
the sPting---ever ewenitil. ev%,rv lit lh. est at once set the broken bone and
detail wa looked after and all uat made Mr. WViggins as comfortable aH
merry aW a marriage li-11. possible and he is getting ahlong\-ery
A a mort of reUtime: th<- (,verincm U ,2 ntCely. Or. West says the broken bo,
Ida, a fil11 moon, a Rlraci:1g aitieos- ill >r, b.aitly give Mr. Uigiins but little
phere; ladie% out in force; at gem ru-, trouble; the sprained ankle, however, i|
qrinkling of nmen in ev'-niog garb. the ; a more serious matter and it may be
d#) colors. green and yellovA prn dii ti oune time before he has complete use of I


I ttere'iJOVt'rlfokiiig IDuiIejit thall it it4
by the Prince ( .torgt- ( Iri'ti.'ttraI i l'a"t '
muiawr..u~ nd v.iti y. thme ttI:Iim-t rvssa
alert. grseioub amud iin kmn;pax e-onintrmid
--everybody happy
ML\ II


aTit [e'lmerarv, tlut eetmatins, iAlvitech ti
a eellctual~.Imulumac arct. orm a c 4
(I raij "c- '-111
( 'l III % .e4 1 aa i I (' t I. !%
liroiled S";eaiv i-cNlw- k.rvl, 'I w tr '.1
1viagro't lctta'




Waldorf Sadaid
'I t i tl, 2 'atlmrit-tt4 a
1, f- Crt'ermi


I .~ ~ I
*"ji tat \ a' -
1.11. \~,'


Club WoVei 'ml, NM 1l:a-\1.
Club l~usbam:d'c ltJ".'
('Oub ol~aughr-a, V.- a
Almeut Memtwmrr,
Mrs .rae I.
Laughter Let tim I amigla
M r. 4- t :. I.'1
Nr~ t-a tIt'l W


bPWl)?W.
(Our 1'otri-&t,
Tot siielen.'.-


I ,x;
NIr.' \1 ~x
Nir- It


thc injured merrtmber.
Mr %\ iggins ha n Ieen a hotel man andi
1\o years ago bought the property ,,n
Second a'dvelu, whin.l he now tocuie '-.
Mr. and Mrs-. Wiggins are fr(un Chicago
id ar' hert ft'r rest and reT'real4tn ,iur-
III, the v, inter roIn itlhs.


4'


BOTH [[A ERS LENGTHEN


L[AD OVER S[ECOND-PtACER&S.

Mi"s M." It Morgan tainn
Mi., %aKgi." Morgan Again ,,ln


Fourth IPlac.- lialance of


I' it I- t 4 4 4 I i L! Z,' I A -A 'tIt tlIcIcI
a xa a lirt I lit' I )A.\toli
a li.: ha a a 41 erais t a t 1 i e 1 l ,a
\ Ia ,V~a J!: tilt e ~t t'4 eai .
t IL~ 4! Ial~ 4a 'a Ia -t ia :: 1 ~s~ t (tm
a 1 l .~a I rgnt;. t'rof h.
I a e ~ itl Ut41 i'' .ti, thitt'


a a 4.,4 : ..i. 1'a. teIA tc t' th it- ts


fa v -a'.:.%'I 4t.4for
45 of !iv Ica i:cr sti.11 l a t~

I t ~ ta ; l, so t I It(t 11Ve0t


I \ 1:1 a- a? 4
44 itt ;''
a 4

4 a 44
a. a a 41 a -
ti4 ''
fat 1 a a a a


CLOSE CALL


FOR LIFE


AT INLET.


Harry Arnold Is Caught In An
Accident In Which He Escapes


Narrowly.


(-







Ji, mr ,q %




^ p-















NORTH POLE MOVING
TOWARD CA[IfORNIA.


Jack Frost i.ays His kyl fingers

On Florida's Would-k-


Rival.


SEANICES AE


HELD BY


SSPIRITUALISTS.

Much Local Interest Aroused Over
Spirit Communications With


Departed.


RESCUE RELUCTANTLY RIND[I[RD.DAYTONIANS ALL WOIED UP.


AtX -


FOR TRIFLING


WITH


AFFECTIONS.


High I'ller Wright I-. N~amic.Jd


con klespondcui III a So lt


Brought \broad.


'I .4 rc'4e1 Itfie I'utihft illt I'c;e In'
u uIt t ierr t I IzIit i ir ii:c itir i- i uti
Swing that ~msiis' ca- jpt-Jt'Ua!.
'rrn and fruit. twime litiias Ikrurict a:. a
SW(eCttSt ama e%''VrV multi "':Cd :1:ti.diaa
wiv,yJac'k lFrot- a in myh nard 7::nri 'la\
upo.n order of thme viallcu t t. di; ta ic 'l
tii ,departuit'amt alin% mr.en tilt- "UP
N '4ol OiI.Jupalocr l'Ituxiua- !e~t% 11IL 1.'H1
a (' (11Y u alif'rdu ;fi*~ e
t e (in liv, ithi:i.Oc Tc:itle.r:it 4 !'i
U~ atfea h~~aiati t -t'A;: L I iA a t

L' U-'t:c : a. ls a g t
in r r t -
WO. N aa44 4" It .-a I I~t 't
4 a,,



a~f.tr sou i, us I k,.- A: .-, a I L, t,'
I )t,%- t ieliin i hct, ,a ,a tf~ ..\
arid hl!-' fiine:!.\ xx-rt' 4 ia

1 lai i -. t:a
4, But kcva

Fl~' N~ ..- '4 ~'


<',ldcr-r. Sent lto -t ipprc...


REPORTED [ESS SERIOtS.


""a ~'4 44 -
a a a a



4 a 4 a


III 't aII -. 1 t d )rt I I cr,..


4'- a
a a
[a ".1

.aa
aa444\4a .a a
\\ Ia a-.
1 14,' -a a-a'
a-
a a 1:: i 1- a


-Rogers In Now Yaris herala.


HEIRR AND [RAJ SCHMWID


GIVE [RIENDS 6000 CH[ER.


A Beautiful Little Informal R~e
exception, Nk'here Speeches, M usic
and (jood Things (io.

a i'~x lt acy a r4 4 T u jr 'c: a '


,i tt I. aif-44 fccrgc at .i i
a a- h ii4t 141( t~


a a 4
-a .., 4

a' 4, Ta.. ~ a' ~r
... 1 ~ilct r N ~'. a
-1' :* *.aa, H ~ 4 'atfla'.a.r -
a -. j ~' a aaj4~a;'.~l t.1 taa 4
~ 4\ xx- a~ a-4 a.
a a a .~ .4 a, a4a4 a a
a a 44
a ,. .444
\ t44'a~atI a'
aa
,af 4''
.44 a 4 .4 a a..
A jla a- a a a
'a.' 4 '*.~ a
a a 4' ~ a


"' L', '4-,a


a \ '~'aa~ ''4!
A' :


Harry Arnold, who 11 vc r[14at", ho In A aVt
let, was the victim '[ues(LaV If IL r~m IL.r -sweping
peculiar accident C4)Ujl)Itd With ialt C' ii'b.'cii
bition of heartle!4snt'ss thi~t 1 1-;t m c:, sm Iu i
seen and hard to bealie~ve. m veinicna
Mr. Arnold, tecgetla r xxn a x:' report,
were out in hi.4 boat t 'hft': f,, Lr~ \ x .
when a large onerar .L~ '~ a. z *
The sea being rather ih' A
fered him ia tow, x V '- aa:~
Mrs. Arnold wearit 4):i 1.e,;.ai : a I ve' ,
aind Mr. .Arnold rearanlarw a .c2re
.All we(nt wt 11 until L L'tia: pr'~
without xvarni~ig ct~ '1a:4 *4 L
r) t
make -eve raxl awatiph .
-illy si.urrk Ith i nitt I I:;t* f,
M Sr. \riwldle \:t- ttm t

treres-t fi~( .
through a cabminww',%-i
force' the b()t;'twt........... ~ .
% henlc fit, Callic .atL 0" ..
wats far away, pjy: q' '' 1

- grah it hf- a'a
flear II'!I :tl I C


Io 4a I atLI, II!,C I I!


any %%.:iy tiaei -



the I :t t:i .11441.d *I a

tiat r, a-






A STRONG (GUARD IS


r. v


s'euitciix~c. cit l"c~Itla \11d 11


1I'ri,aaee Ic; erit". \r,,, o


i i 't I I LIk 1I () -


a'a a*'a .1

i 4-!


'u a


a- a a a


ShARCUIRS R[COJV'[R BODY


\': ( I


of spiritualistic interest is
Daytona. Several seances
held up Beach street, and
rt'vmarkable revelations and
ntimn with departed spirits
>i.
lays ago a %ell known "me-
Haliuin (if rnorm' than State-
t.tith,'n from the .Luke Helen
s' eirnp, came to Daytona,
c istonary wht n this well-
2elinni arrived. spiritualism
iewed interest.
he word w:is passed around
f wxiul Sa ctir'l:tri 1iouir, and the vis-
", winii establish spiriual-
,licmwittions with the spirit
:,' av:iable) rlnom was s 4)n
,,l '!mi:t'v s-ought admittance
ri t~t ii'tc/.' in.
tin rcat,.d groitt interest,
Stif, -Tiritualistic faith have
: tt:, wr!d but that commu-
ji c,-t:lblislied with many
,, ->lrl' of whoilm lotn ,ince


1 g-jthiiv tabernacle of clay.
* I.'*: 'then ti ire theirr was permlitteil,
,' *a j~ ?'~; arit on of the r -
a ITIt to 1') 141tch ftrliriUtlif'atiet m
'a 1aa frr.'n d.. and loved oe s
* ta '- t ~ie i-t-arit l~ thme corunriuricca-
1 1,4 ax 1 r eirol1)h %f P-r l.S urs


C. a ?t'I I the tv Ic, t
* Pa -, I at trilistir art .-t.






a x-.a j,. 'h, tcrt- h c

,A'M'T 1) In t


I -vu l I V, I ~ '


t) a -v a c r "'~ :t
'V 31 :4 A!
I aoC


1; I'PC&'~aiIijIi III.
I:..,..
4 c' I!' A
4 a -
ax a.'' 4 a ~a
a a a a a 'a
4-1-a ,- ''a, : .s ;.a

.~*. a
ax


~''.crcd I rtenr I lic \-cr-tli -k'.r


\ -i \ \ ; i \ ;

a 4 a '


\\ ci' ItHa" Iam -ot,


The Vote As It Stood Thursday Evening.


SiJlaeieI~ "ehip% \\ ill I aeLic.~ h I here


k nJI )!".t ri 11itC I i01-d.1ilid


\ I need e. ti


~t her \4'..A'a'.a-m I


- a a


l)N~'l('N N 7~ ~ F (~ N rn ii


K*-.
4.


4--. *


tl'Cutid*41,?


I I -,T I -- -- IMNVMRMPEI


v


U 7.


low"


- 1, t I I


*


,Nf>..or


rl,


6M&NJ


% tote %% as Small.


i


W V


( k toher


1) %N 'I (IN %


v 1 1 1 A I


MAY CLIP WRIGHT'S WINGS.


SURROUNDIN6 RIK R'S.


t-
Of Ill[TIN'ANI [ORSIR'L'.


Illf RSSINIA SITLATIONS












-


ry Goos, Ladies' Furnishings.


sPSCIALtIZS In


LACES, EMBROIDERIES, RIBBONS, NOTIONS, ETC.


McCall's Patterns.


ANTHONY BLOCK.


Telephone 102.


bie ~rAi
Wr, bkWTbs n

Wtll also be um w Ptres.
roar Lauaps and Um bre~m'W uh
your Havp and on ~owl aoub
atmogi aythtug that 1 out t"otha/k
In fact, r ry want eU on
BARNES
THlE NOVELTY MAN
4 South Becb ftrct, IDytome, PFa.


NOW ON.

50 per cent.
rSCOUNT ON ALL OUR CIINA.
That means just ONIC-HAALF THE
PRKICP. We hold nothing hick.
Oomelt In and take choice at Eil cents
on the dollar.

CLAi'S STATIONERY STORE.

*SZO~spsg-ogseepspspsee


1WA ,ACES +

Stock of Tays
IS OOINO FAST. ALSO TH
LARGE UNe OF
Alligator Goods.
WE ARE TME
ONLY
Licensed dealer in the city
in this line.


;Iw


'Lay


ftw jv bom ywd aromved w& bef h
Living aki theAs amcy for Whse 4w W& son"
t r t ompl eteand mnmmd mY of tbhe .=
Royal WoreederAn Amrai and Wadrner't Rut I
patron w the best onthe market Ordentae wfor
and styles witoint eta charW.


TIHE IIUEEU


FANCY


A new line just in of Fancy Vests for men.
The styles are new and right from New York



ANTHONY


VESTS.


$1,50 TO $3



BROS.


Who are never satisfied unless you are.


-----------------------------------------------
~-T-- ----C-'--- --"-----'--'--- ------
------------------ft-----------------



MI. ELLA DEVOY i COMPANY,

Ladies' Hatters,

No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,

Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,

HIGH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.
-------------------09990-8-8---------6*6*6**
------------- ---- ..----------------...


January Sale of =


Clothing and Shoes
NOW' ON AT


THE GLOBE

BEACH STREET, D)AYTONA, FLA.
------- ------- ------9968969 888988


-----------------------


uri.r. x I tl- MTMr Vc ih- i 1-it Io.

t M lit I 'a-I I

t i I 1 411 1' '4 1.


i n':S1 :t

k 'i II' I # I.A I I\
ltere:jirl t I a. t a


Nlelerar '4 Ci 441'


* I d '


1: itleli


M -4. I. I,', t II. -1, 1
iu~ii- a


rt ant


p it. % -:
Xli 'NI N





f r ld.,, f M; a %It :- .


1 .1 iI;ar; a'. 1 1


44 j 4:


I.lug:i V. ii. :
lot -( N1I1 4'





Lai c :I -Ltr, iIl Iii 4


&:~-t.it t2i~ ".ill 1:,:,K fia *:, -: 14ra..


2~ ~ ~ 1 1i.IIii~.4


see .....***seem.l


0*4*I
4
0
0
a
0
a
S
a
0
0
0
0
a
0
0


see


NEW SEASIDE INN
\ \ I 1 I. I I:\ i ( '( I \( ;!


tionticIik'. and Citpm o rlia idc.
llierc.-t l. on Xtlant j.. I ca#, h.
Stirf Bathiiig and 1Ishin44
4 I )A I \ \\it P


HORACE STEWART


SURF CREST


II .- '.-. 4'. .
.4 4 4
4 ~ 41'.-
'411-


NMitjor J. M. Russell, who is seri-
ously ill at his home in Seabreeze,
was somewhat improved this morn-
ing, having passed a comfortable
night.
'Coburii's Minstrels, not a Rabbit
Foot tent show. Remember the date,
J.an. 1-. Wilmans Opera House


I r anti Mrs G. Y. Fowler and
SMrs.. M1. V. Young of Frankfort, Ind-
i liana, a*,ld Mr. and Mrs. Crush arnd
ii iuighter drove to the inlet Thurs-
'day morning and had a delightful
dlay's outing, returning in the after-

tA ToIMo tBILE FOR CIHARTER-Four-
cylinder -tevens-Duryea, hour or
trip, call Morgan House, phone 1 t0.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. iolnian anti
i Coi. and Mrs. Chas. R. Waterhouse
I fornme, a pleasure party to St. Au-
gI ustine aboard Mr. Holman's launch.
the "Albert." They left for the
i allielet city Tulesday morning and
returiledt last night.
Rev. Wilder aild! Sir. Anderson,
t'il ()ltoi ,tLzrapher, were up the To-
nik;lka Thursday ill the Pellet boat.
Mr..\ Aldt'rs *ii attempted to recover a
1 lens lie lost in about twelve feet of
water at the mouth of the Tomoka
river several days ago.
Tr',i IK\l--I.arge liouse, I I
rI-sI,I sit uated at Silver IBeach, near
autililiibile club house; bath, hot
;andlI c hll, lIard and soft water; fur-


isltld (;arage and servant's q
Ici '. lei;al, $')5,, for season.
qiuiire i, 1. Filtzgerald, or


I) N. It.'N\ A h .','1. Li.1'an -r. :aicil
I! s.. P ;t-.I, k'- It, (u'fNltllI Pt u I, c( u i



Nh I f NlM II..Iut tetI.' .r'-


\ 4.L'. I. rreet 'tlr Le ttfiny nI:\ ar:,
1' a 4 1 4 tt 4 ft r.. tv'z.i
Mr Lr ini MNrs ',iitmi~z, 'u h,- hi, t. lot 4

441 F .1j.r .4'~e \Itg ri No
V. 1!- 4P CA, II "A ~ 4ai4




tlt
.~. N I .~ 'It t o..4 114 i.




o.1\
-0 -t toll '1. l I'- / I

4 ~ 1 a4 Lr'4l i It- So .&-I tv
~ ~ '4 r ri- .''a ( r r


! '4.


44. .. 44;: 14 1 ::,; '.0
*.44. ,4;, 4 4 t.
4 1. 44~.~:, *24 '


t.X;


6AoPr 7cssYssenc,







THE WHITE HOUSE COTTAGESI


44 *4. ,,.
4,4 II


N'... .. N & .., I i 4


Prt .e Nc .c- Cp: J
~\ 4 4 I t. h. r e

4*. 4.44 I


4444 I .. ,
4 I \ I


44
I:.i' :


U 4 V'
111-


TIE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Published every evenlnin. ,'xclpt Stitn-
day, from D*eeenlwhr I to April I. iv
THE (;AXKTTrE-N E N't ).
T. E. FiTl(OCRALI). Kdiltor-.Mit ln, r.,
I,. ('. ('. K. HAm .CiS, (ireulhtlhon Minu. r.
4(KO. F. ('KOUt'H, Mlu).Trillt4.-llln llt.
Appiicntl on pending(t for -iitr\ i;t I! .
postofltce ait I lbeytoi:li. ttlotii l:. :-
't4teoi l ('lns 1111Hi Intll ittlr.




BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


F. W. POPE
SAttorney and Counsellor at
* Law. U
* Pracllt'*. In State i0lnl I-'.l.rt l F'l-I
* OFFiCE OVER POST1O(),FFICE.
* U

'I'T .Fitzg'ralId I: 1" ct, -
FITZGERALD & GATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at l.a%%
Special lFacilities for Exaiii1i!;,, :,iii
I'erfectihg I agild n itlh-.
(tfice in ('onrad Buildinrg. 'l't l .


U. A. KLOCK. M. I)..
* PHYSICIAN AND) S RUEOs. U
ASjJ -et -d %%titit ittli K.1M.It ii UN1

IWIVAi 71 iA 1"' 1. :11. 1 :.' I
mtlI u id 71,14p.m


E. L. ST'EWART
, Physician and
Surgeon.
'I'll ,1u,, I I1, 1 V t I1 .
fourth Door c.tNt Vo.>tli>ci c


t f
ROY HOWVE, 11. 1).
0 Phvsician and Surgctin
111 11


SEABREEZE


SANITARiUI


H. 1-:1,01"N I,


J ()I N s(ON,


Bicycle Livery.


Come t arid See.


*E@E.U.0IO.0E10101014511 )E
D [R. V1'. H. H()I(in I N:

L)DEN TIl I




(p o
f 0..0O 0**0~ .*@ .*9* 0ii


f~ ~~~)2 I1'a+aa~ ~~


*****,8**.G4*.jieS** .*4.' (
*i
* I t. I
*l


Saved by a Photograph.
A veryN remarkable incident occurred'
at Ilo de .Janelro.
A lI;pssetnier oni board one of tb*h
1I;r^, liners took a photograph of the
:arlt.r. It included a small yacht
whliih had sailhlei In the morning with
tN<>, iretn in her. but returned in the
ev"1nlhig with i one only. The survivor
sanid1 hi-s .4i)plii:pllii had fallen over-
,itard, l.tft his stlateient was not be-
licvdtl. lie was tried and sentenced to
denth. Tlhei m matter had by this time
co(,i tt the ealrs of tlhe Ihoto-;raphpr.
whol reinllbilred that the picture had
litven t:ike'n on ti Ihe day of the "crime"
(or a ;.-drlnti ;iand th;lt the scene em-
lri':ct-ul ;a ;itlil. ()I examulning the
Iriiii iii; ,l ar.e'fnlly he ntired a small
" t'.ik .111 ith .ts;il :tand in order to de-
t('riliiit- \\hat it uas hldl an enlarge-
i inici ?iiw:lid. It ,lrovmvd ii, be the figure
< 4;i li.i, felling. It was shown to the
au i ,,l'ii' i; lt uIll'c. illlnd t.!ie condemned
Ill'l Il \\ 't 1, '; l ft |.


Dropsical Oysters.
tit lh ;i sneutr the oyster op4,ner point-
eti to a but 'wirish smear upou a Saddle
Rucek shell.
..ISo mefol," said he, thas been try-
inig it, fietle iup a batch of Saddle
lYou might as
V..!i Uil.' tIr;atce flowers with
) h i. t it iszea (oirntoam
elil.,: z' bs.' Jci\ IIi!l c'c)riuelttHl or oatf-
41 % ,loll',%. I vottiruaully
titi -.r,'i-. \x rhe rt'icir shells stained
I 1 1*:t 1 i I'k SI it makes mie laugh.
A '11:114 T('r 'ffactt. thre is ino such
All you can 4
~ N. thtii 1t i it ii water, )re-'
1, :~' :i ter swells a
\ -ii u p t ht-ii Iii fresh water,
h '1.jlL :c'.* t!1a. than the soft
it.u'.iitl .o. by the princi- I


C. C BOHANNON.


j I.44IN4 I ;Hc
e t he Sy racui



'40ctN' '4
dtU 6% c t d I t


I I Ipi F( N
Cll It~ IN j ?e J I Lt I


Lili l I W t N _Sf: "4e
B~n( smith a,
ShoV irk Cot
L 0. %. l`OYE



CATARRI
T-0,. (.) I-ibo~rtat.ry, 11 23 1


Accounts of Chi


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

Responsibility of Starting a Child

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


The Merchants Ba
A. D. MIBRIDE, President. J. B. CONRAD Vi
F. N. CONRAD, Caahier.

-------------rm -----------^


"OUR STORE" lS17
THE SPOT CASH GROCERY ICE RZAi
'Two IOors mouth it the Poatomce Wtlhlther yoiu want a n&Uas
1. S. MILLER, Proprietor. 7Te tpIri 7 liv
You will save 8m by buying her T Iq BEiST t lfJr AlN7 f:


;'.,.. ..-li:,,l ,.ii rt'it'ert s ;ild(n distends I
,:.I ,I tlh,.n, a;s you might 00004
4. I *I" c "i'' Y part. I don't like,

Sp"n BINGHAM i MALEY COMPA

HAVE NLVV SUl('CK OF
Automobile for Sale d s
\imost New Reo Runabout, Lace and Vuslin Curtains.
S\ith hFolding Back i.
Sca t.
St. Make *Selections Now. Furniture, Underta
V i, I i. \ i. V I ol P '1 ) 1> \ V\ .

I I" M I l 1 .>i) I ION. l,n't i atil t. >. t l'ia., 'ickck ts ,,n ail lke

IIm I...,-' *.O* :,,,re e,..*,


. k .1 ; : ,' I-: I '14' j i t, ,,,1j


( h. F % It W t 1.1 '4 \4.I )


. "1. \ 7-


I lc ,todd at '4cr% lNw.4 figure.
C H
e( ill


l1t



Ilk.
.141. 1411',,
4 4.41.4.4 4.'.


DAYTONA ICE COMPANY


ICE


LEW
Mama~J


Absolutely Pure-
Made from DistiUld
%N ater.


t Our \\axons make Trips Daily,
OV-E ~ Sunday, to all parts of 1
DAVTONA, SEABREEZI:. (OR.MONI) and D).\'TON.A BEu
Ice for Boats Delivered at any Ih)ik Sacked or l.ooie.
OFFICE- Rear of Schantz Plan:. I Ph. 4 6


4.IS DAN it I 0



I4


$0
N CI~I')~ ~



rd Carriage.
rnlectin. 0
ProPrietor



'rriai tr*-&tj&W"&
married rrve.
Brorcdwuy, New VOCA6'


When Making Purchases of


I Nt \I I Xl \N\. (jnts' urnishings.
Hlv \'~i L\B Xl N ls COITAurniture.
Il~ ~ ~~~~N .. l~I~~.~\l IDrioods..


I i k~li, ~ .AN, (iroKcrIc,.
II (j / UI NI A% s X:
Hi \NKI*NS, -1he l)ru'je,-,i


Be sure and get your votes in the

Bush & Safford Piano Contest.


1


----------------------------------------


Idbed


1. 114 )11 % \ N( 0% NJ


I ).i i '-,11.1 I I~i


F I r'? hin %IIS Mode crn..


I I k N I k \ k I I k i i,


I : :1, J I % i (.; x ,


I Ic k 1 1 1 C., :111,1 t.- r'


-


- ----~-::_Z ~ I__ __-- -------











^ANDOv PLU.


K


Wrb 3.fr -6r tjr s!W
m umemuad"


AU1~MOILE


owAm Av3S
Mmame T--Minga spusiaw
All wm n b* kby
wMbi via m md a -
I"W d L We do Img.
ing for- adin aid OGmtoa"6
Wok =Bwed for -ad dadveftd.
PHONE 28


OARAOE


S. B. GREEN !


--A&N O-
Dy the NowP, flW, clwok s Mouth.


Ivor a alnWdes
National Wbeoeb


c


L


DRtAU FlA. FLA

wllg i' liBOATS -O9a0or


9006AI. A pood plusto .biw.yM
If ind..A Id -l
)ur All-Havana Smokers are a
Located north of C4rnW9al BMIp
specialty-largest and beet oted o
.- fBr the money. 1 3 F. A. ROOT
m~~eme~~uf~umm..~ oummsmsminsmmmm-----


THE



BO t SAPFDi


'if
34ir
*
cc t


J0. KnBown,

~r~ lclred asr




I rtw uoerw
double


Vza M I SI tran
sawvusr tu Imger


L tin 13- KnewSTdOn
usommled; '0111









A0 AL T~t O~A-. ORi
UO~A4 S.tD DTON.
snow V ckry rlesml
0 84pea MW kar not dis-
W;~aRrug drU E and










LT.t ZuLAN.4oner.
f -


- lS Us hUGE W0oo
I Sof ls and s Bock M. &'k i-
S'OV AMNUM Is aytoua. Thbeu art
- b ANrAblres vacant lots eft
40 OfsS UM svef. A See location for a
am* b= *kr sai Sdnm
KT d. i.WBROWN, obawtm Iake. Mtehigs'mu.


I E.S. HALL
Architect and Builder.
Odice 209 Palmetto Avenue


Daytona. Filorida.


PRESCRIPTIONS
We canf or and Deliver
Them.


YOME'S PARMACt


Juat Telephone to No. 4,
We will do
the rest.
.amaes mco a ISJ


Ormond or I
EITHER IS A 1)1
WHICH TO OW!



MACON
REAl
ORMOND and


NO MATTER WHAT
Of Buying or l0entiui.U in t

BE IT A CABIN OR A
It will be to your advantage to t;al
Land i. (l ou' o'f (oi

IAfDMAN I


PIANO


CONTEST
lmm!


THE DAILY


NEWS


ANI,


THE GAZETTE.


Give



Advf


hu
gh~


YOU THINK
h, \vav of IKcul !L-tatc

MANSION
IDAYth UI" l 1.


nAVTniN


l ,-'Vs l M--_-'s OIm. Becl.
One of Daytona P crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever met foot upon its smooth, packed
apoda; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove-a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo-
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf packed sand but real-
ized 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 modern
wonders.
The Placid. Peuddkl Halltx Rivcg.


Where think you is water with more
NEW S picturesque surroundings' Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
too Votes For Every tion, artistic cottages with roomy vte-
very nda's looking out upon her bosom.
Dollar paid for gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
ertising andt coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
or Job V W oi|k, bobbing upon .her waves; watch that
lubberly old white. headed p, lican pis.:h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk st-tig-
it on Subscriptions ,glivg upward with his floundering load
Sa largr numbr. he snatched from the water.
e a larger number. See the beautiful launches, spi(ck and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
IS A CANCE 1 EVEIY. with refreshments bothsolidan'liquid


ONE INTEIESTED.


SUBSCRIPTION DEPARTMENT.
i iOne subscription, 54W)votes
c(u utf fi ve subscriptions, 4,.(tLK) vtes
li u 1, of ten subscri pt'ns I I,( % i votes


reanuv io r cruise UpOIni ler L au t'iUIiU
surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Orniiuiard bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy for-tver, and one of
the modern wonders.
The Encbantlngly Picturcsque Ridgeciool.


I


TT 1 k %trc1-at'. an,! pju'.tin, ft -1tic'the i'fI nd

I I- I4--


'. C.. 1,: ..-.,.



( place reports more and better, Daytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
SqIlres, wers, Birds mad Frults.
Whatever one's shortcomings and
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


HOTEL PALM BEACH
Surrounded by warm waters of the Gulf
Stream. Protects guest from ALL cold
weather. Its homelike informality and
moderate rates attractive to those mak-
ing a long otay. For booklet and rates
address MANAGIo Palm Beach.


Despland Hotel.
New arrivals at The Despland yester
day were Dr. C. F. Chapman, of New
York, and Ward N. Foster, of Palm
Beach.


The Ridgewood.


Goldsmith's couplet where E. R. Joyce, St. Augustin
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid Mrs. W. P. Silleck, Dr. Wa
And slimmer's lingering b)losnims are leck and W. Mills, New Yorf
d arrivals at The Ridgewood T
In one yard roses of variagata'd hues -
predominate, another houshohl hluae!
a penchant for the poinsettia a:td Schmidt's Mote
tlhe premises are aflame; another is hid- i
den in a jungle of tall cane. Varietv is I The Hrrivals for the past t
the spice of life and here is wlu find it. i J. M carterr Grand Rapids,
The birds flit in, and with their joyous T. Armentrout and wife, J.
notes help to give fullness and synuie- Miss A. Hatch, Greggsville,
try to the picture.W.% Walker, Greenwood, S.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, l-i.ay- Thomiipson, Jacksonville.
tona yields the palm to nolii for i] :ilitV
and quantity per acre. T''liri are sf re's '


of citrus groves ii )proximliity 1( the city.
branches bending to the earth will tlicir
burdens of luscious golden globes,. wiicli
for beauty, proliflicacy andl all d.esir:l,le
qualitiess would truly astonish
The Faesest Autos And The Finest Out.
The seventh world wonder, do, .\,u1
ask' Come, whether from .Missini tr
from Maine. from KalamaIl zoo oior fIrt
Timnbuktoo and you will he "-'li,.un
Here is where world's records for s,-4.ftd
are broken with every recurring s,.a.-,,I.
Autos the biggest, the fastest :and tI it
finest are on daily parade and tlr. Ii
show is as free as the pure irtes-ilAi
water from the. tiihus-lnd Io\i(lh \weil".
It is a continuous show with 11-iiostltillt
shifting scene.
.veirvthliir Ir( 's. frllll i '! -Iki.-l a.rii\4, r


ie; Mr. and
Iter M. Sil-
k, were the
thursday.


I.
twenty-four
St. I.ouis;
Mich.; 11.
T. Hatch,
II.; "1hos.
C.; I). ('.


Ihe Prince George.
\Armong the new guests at The Primnc,
S(;eorge. are L 0. McLeagh and wife.Mrs.
Ihavidi (l'ocket, New York; Mr. \ard
atid family, Atlanta: A. Lyndliaven,
Nip 1i. Hopewell, Peoria, I11.
Thr' Prince (;eorge was the sce'ne,. y's-
tr-tl:iV f'veillg, .4f unusual gaiety, tihe
P':iliiu'tto Club banilue't being held thler.e,
A full t'eoluut of which appears else-
\ I:rc ll this is issue.


ORNMOND

()I NI, INID, Jan. 7.-.NJr. and Mr.
IF ran k Colby attended udivine Mervvee zat
,iw Baptist church in1 )aytomi on Sunt-
d:ty norlning.
ThI. tal s cof the V. I. A. gavc an in-
tiuitw i' It()4the gc n iaeziei to be t e.'u
At their r' 'mis on Friday eve-ning hot,
" in II a cvry pIeasunat entertnummoen t
%k. i- p~ro.\ Ad. The pinno soldos by Miss
]r,!ijijf M :r:ti'i slcs ffs.'icf Srtwyvtr ionlti
NW g "Shaw w'tere 'Well reiolercl
ZCA L igid yll appr-r l ciate~l hya 2rl piesic r i t it.
A .4~t n' zt--4 1the iIio i n t u by NM :ctvr Allen

F.Iiwiti Girth none of our winter 'n;r-
is.. C:t.a. aufine St'14(ti(, "'1 the Spire 1
Nli sbi eI, wingg great taletit as. !m
l21 41III At1.1ifhue colitti'iio sth l: i O n
-1.1 \d o. n1i:tling of All ~woulthbys xu -ith
n, ~i' ladicu-1 of O(ininAundkn jj\kho~wI-,
N'cl (;. A. Waltlrtir i ftfi4iatof4J
l4~ I' 111110"a T.r I the tf'1iot fair 1
"W1 ig ;t. 'nIflli III Owi 'ur-



'1j 4l ti U IC111h. Vi )101b, m i n It Lit



''' 4A the evening %;an the lieou-
\!I-. Min. Jamies ( 'rn. I, Alio !4,








Beer Money N ikiiches
Beer Mo t~ney and Chrches.






Tn no e. A:ieo o Ar'l x erac
I. ,




S"(i
C 4 4 "I -; "44'.4I "'4- :1.s I s 1




Ii, V, .'S


IV A


I.
I.
'i
0
U
S
U
0
UI
0
U
U
0
U
S
U
0
U


'HHnwwrro-=


THE CLARENDON


EAllBRXEZL. FLORIDA.

Opens on January Ist, 1909


Cottages with Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Hot and Cold Water,


Telephone; High Grade Appointments, For Rent, with or
without servants.


in@E@UUlueueuebeu.......u...u~u...m'u`u'mm-u"u-m


.*I-EI"


S
U
S
*
0
*


I


i
I
I
S
U
S
I
S
U


I.M.. .MOUOUOUOUOU@UOUOU@U@UOUOUOUSUSU@U@


HOTEL DESPLAND


w
U
S

* L
U


U
S
U


U
U


Daytona. Florida


Now Open for Season 190o8-9.
.. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.


Greatly Enlarged since List seaisoin. cuisine e ani Servic'e Excellent.
Broad Piazzas on all Sildes. l-im;s luinsuite. Steamn Heat.
Every Modern (4',von ej-nc,'. Sen'l f,,r Booklet.


".w~w~w.....uu ~ ueue uueuemeueeueueinuininmin


'K LFrtLmiting im t homl
'K Halifaiux Itit en.



I Schmidt's 1

4K
( EIL6ENiY SRISL)TC HI SON, Pro:
4K
i DAY UONA, FLORIDA.
4K
'K lle Hl ome T' a'lltt
'K eam~alablo. Rates
WVYYYV~YVV~VVW9VVVVW'* -4*'Ivv


Elowctriv Lischtm auff
l,'drnliiprovenitanlt



Hotel,:


oprietors,


1 )0-1icldItfnlj
Moamily It.4,imq
00VvV V V V VVVVVWV


*ssus* mm ~u-)--- -- -~--------------------


THE


RIDGEWOOD


E. 1). IANGi\VORITHY. Proprietor,


I.114 4luse is fl-hatkilIZj *1g4'' IIVjf.j4 .44 tlalit'. d ie hi~gh
4.iI Land Ilii .i~? A *~ 1 1~lV4ll. It s



N O
I'
sssessessecee s:pus anssssssssss
5 O S* 0645 aee aeePaana


The


I ) %,N-11( ) N .%,4


Prince


George


NOW OPEN


Steam Heat in Every Room


- I I t -! Lu 'i PAI J. N.J.


in-a- -- Ta


BETHE NNETT

Y Matdcrniand I r id r" t l- i lt c ath 1'ra;ate Kaths.4
l ittir % \ h Ilt'N r,. i .irtturmi n
.F. LAM'-.Proprietors.


THE STFIL.L.MAN,
t)N.\ H A~lli\.I). 1P. -SillI AlAN. 1Prop~ricor *
'4if.er1ri e l l r.,. its1, ot -. I I:,1' t. \ t is 44 .h, I
lcrrii ,%$2.04) a iid u Iips ardrJ I-ia 41 pl mt.m mo
TABL .BOARD


HF OEL P F KM NS j




iA


I -. 7~Z~1W


a


B


w~ __ _


Proprietor 22 South Bech Street
SOpposite Yaht Club
" -_------ -__-_ --____.-- r--2-_- .. .. =_ _- ._= -- ...


a'


I-




9 I
9C




k '
I.

"
a


There is no limit to the number
J f c'l iis each contestant may secure.
The slhbscrition price of'The
I WVeekly iazette-News is $1.50 a
year; The Daily News is $1.50 for
the season by mail.
11 1iil .ti1 'ii ti o\r" I, t'.;: livi+itf'r tr fIi '11 l-
i\ liill I,' ,,t.mi,'-trihtlliiI 'tutt I'.! I iil1 -
.1i > .4IS'14 % hIr tl> tt rtqp ri t r%".
Kemember! %, SV11 SEtli UAVS
f''r imi lli sti t' of I'-.u' .



I Everything ;

SPhotographic i
i SPECIAL PRICES ON ;

i Portraitsforthe Holi-
i day Season. t
1 l [eb kcipling and Printing for the
Amateur a Spmil)l. t

Anderson & Clark j
.-k i.k

Ormond Beach,
ELKiIHTFIL;. PLACE IN
N (K R INT A HOME.
M ,.; ; il l \I' l r t l' lllll l i i


THORNTON

L ESTATE t
ORMOND BEACH I


Ridg.'wtoid avi'niut'is upjonu thuc ri'st-f Jv u ilm -1111
a radrdgq; traight as thi.' crow ftiv-, upof a 2PO-hors4-powur, adall 1~i ~f- i-
un h ic:piitig1I.Lz11uzof ti -le f.sedfrom aC ilip. r0U ith11 44a l -
lut'avy3-truilik.-(lIi vfoaks c\L''nt thevIr t 14'1i 1"Yu vIIprkilI
giait rni uco- t~s agnfic4-tt v.-;a, the spirit and when yu y 11, 1' t hel," :
go r ia nt a n s a tr oss n f o thi z g ile:-c n t cv ist a, :n d th e b e~i' 1 '14ar t' v t'u -I I 'h ,!1441 4
f~aaiin anarh.an frm hee'f'\el(I -sunz-l~ine is free, tlit'l-lrv 'I it i
ed arms great fci'toions of Spanish lil(ts-bezsae rttIu' i 14-S.1'I
s way as thle trade witids from trftjipc selasbrezsarid tfwer% Oifl h 'ir- 'a' 1
f'-u thermi. I.Ofkmig -tj!1a441'hit ahead daXl ri -fn l 'tte sP '-I 4A .i
this- 'Rihtt- hi.-H 1 -t '- 0114. hats thi,- ur-
prt'sz~1oniof it fail.\ p.itll wAith drL~ u ti, ic doXX n h 'in 4- r %:ili-t ti)1v f- --ill41
I ~!for the iiIl, and04) li'edi u.d I14.kr4ii
jM'ries. but as \([I :'Ii 1'4' atli-o mnd (-.LtI- fi -m-l t 4'
em1cfr otj- 4I ght and tillI'n I.,ft, )T I tsi I
~11 e~e fir~t 14.'cot k~tugce. I s I,, Ih'I : '-
left~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~Al 11 C'4.it!U-' ti( 14 tjli 1411 hlL tIlitlm1 ih41.1raut i-il 1t '
iU the r*' .14-t df1-llZight,1 11 -l ttilg'.'`'tun Il uh 11' t4!:' II i4
See te ttitilel!4L(i' l f tlte grandj
nlkagniolmi '.4"hid) n1i.tUun litz-' '.0 II-l :tsI
no bartt' pauhii C"'ih th.iohlt: lsli''Iti @ E EEEEIO EEEU
tb-it )'~t ul dt-n: s tilt''
abag nuu. ery-.u-e KODAKS,i
t lb lint 'hug \ijhn 1-s I uriI'144 t it Inthe 0
tret--'-..a 't jt- (-ri ''4t 4,g, 4 !s fi :w,'014*""..0 U L'ii s, DrvP lates ,
g'ainl a haath'lod -.1kthe "I~htat '4l 10. d

pill1 III 1144. di"r'-1. arid -.I\'t' t 1 itlAls s I:- I I r ~ ~ h l

-urpassinK Ik'aut% our t~taltagu homesll.
N\t:1011 i ''fLatf'hI 0I .t tl'Ltr 1)(f1, :THlE BEST KODAK FINISMINGi
huap'. C'4.fnillian:t1'l '' 'ei a-a i rty U!IIv't-l-11
:uitt4.-Zti4.41iandrk! .'n ~thali 4- a--11 i-- 0 I~ It
r.- tI ,c Ii IiI [ ITY
tic~ -otta'f-- f '4 i'n '1tINt hnri
aug v'illas h-ill f L4- 10 L' 1Y4 c(''rnt 1of t114- I
c4futarv andt~dhev 1.: 1,wilg I in ini 'V 1utrahij- 0 In ITwenClh lomlr [lo~lrs*
t-t-ctural pIallns .rliihliil~d 111)4.41*th'lurni. td -
as the uirchitccf.n ilt --4-.ozsect 4'iin -I ht-. U
c(-iuntry dilift'.I.- thr arittf1 till4', ()f -UmlProfes~sional (mtoods at Litfik
another So d" i-or 1:41114,'1114-1;Iti tpUt- ~stain % il1c I'riLS.c'f
w.4ard al4 L!~-4 ,,id -tructi~raIl4-1Lu:w

but the ic v\. .L.ese- s n e 't'a

the niil~d V'alf i. i'i '\
Nc'.tDihttir ZPth -
It is II' t at(.11"N \-T' .--'' (if a44\
th'me hfallia s that i4# Is H IT' [ it l*: Prince1CC(eorge lloWc, *
U [*A iN 10.\ I Lwi l)-1

who 4'1'4 ." ; '- 1:I; -4. t1 it 01

7it 1''.t :;rA & 4 1j! '' -
furrushl.2 ,i~d"-W rI .2 2.4,t!

Hi~~~~~~~~ 0.1 t Y- 2 4 I


S


L


m


Oi


some ow-WOMMOSS sells""


A-


I


m


_m_ __


Add I.A N I I Ifo-r. Rhode klan d .:~~~li.'l~~lls~ft l~l~, tlc~u ~t~nl


flik~ard & Hol~lro,?d. Procprie~tors,


;' : : i,. x .,,
< i











IPSS
LONVCNST


Economy to Use Them,


ALL REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED.


Savell Rubber Works,

1424 CLARK STREET,
JACuKSOnIiLL rLORIOA.


.gpgggg~gppgS(.@O2SSUSSSUSU3USUSUZSOSOSOSS*Sp j


CHARGfEFS INCLUDEIWI)VN


...... WEAR


4 i ti

S4'
S .'141


414
2(Y

1. .T*4


"qta
10 ll,
7 i-A
Io 51*



40
.4 $1)
.4'L
.44)
.44


PRIcE.


Ifqtv
12 !aO
Ii: 4k)
12 'U)
11.IN



I 4141
l5 .15


I gal.
$4;-A)
4 -111
4)111
4 rM


4 .i,
4-

list
:s 1:
:!500


tgal.

'475
;. ;S


SO
ts2

5 :M
4 '401
4 13
4 'ii


S oft
$ISO
It*

it 00
8'as
1170
'4 75
1213
67.
70g
fiT'-


Refe'esee: Anw yMcreban TX& ~"gI'H IEtatllshed ore y 20 years
or flalor In Jaekinouvlll A Jack onrvlle, F


JACKSONVLE, FjlOk

Us justly called She lIurget and matrelible Lqininm

Sokle jitrihu toni for Anhemser-Boh Cmebum


-d .. ............... .........
butmt4d, tbodond ..........
vq;ab otu tled Inbond ...... ..
k in :b:ornd.
Mellouls. q. ; btend.d
Neelal, bnr, et,.b.nd .
daaaoss'S 94. bin". qts... ..
riY Pblood. qtsq ..... ... .. .
ram.4blend,to .......... .
W-11 arper. qt~tr.. .
belmm Brand. bfrumd. qts.
Quaker, Stead, qta...
Voawtat Corn M I sykey. 411s.
Old DIMIItery Cona Whiskey. q t
XXX YtiI ow1Conarqs. .
G..'#rm Windmill GLn, qix
Holand 'rype .1,, qtp...


P)ripe i..1t5


to the !MAIL ORDER DK

will he chelrfhill mailed


*ese~~ ossooo~~~ssBSSSU----


mIomSILVMA UISA


IA SEES IAYTOA.


En Route From Cuba to Pittsburg
-J. W. Shields Shows Him
Around.
Charles A. Tushincham. chief ticket
agent at Pittsburg of the Pennsylvania
railroad,, topped over- ip Daytona
Thursday. with hitr =if r yd daughter,
en route' fr,m Cuba to PiRburg. Pa.
While here J. W. S ietld: of Volusia
avenue. aLo a Pittsburger. showed Mr.
Tuahingham the beauties of Daytona
and vicinity as sEen from an automobile.
Mr. Tu shingham has visited various
other points in the state but was highly
pleased witb Daytona and thinks it
ahead of anything else he had seen.
The party continued on the-i., ay r',rtl;
in the af ternuon.

Capital Gets Bad Gas.

\\ 9.S.IINGT'N Ja'. --T'!it l'r,.--
d.'nt in a iiessag t' C(, ngre-s today
ti IIH. of i:1-restiz;t ,sr ,4:-e ,,:n es ".udi".A
c:trr .*n Nt: : > i t :i Wt a-t.;::gt 'i i!'iu -
tir.e e:-


Looking Tuoard %-'%Ium.
!!, 1 ,, 1". '.


ti U tt1IY o. e to
the tctuic aU ''
1 4.,,


.4 144 ~ --



r r e
;ij,*,.
Ar'
61l


;4 -,- 4,


Ta% ney Starts Ananias Club.



-. \ti. '!. '2:: : l''. L t e L h:



thlfat A
Uti\ v.,i


Ir. .\. N. .1.
:; 1; t,. N\, ". ::.;.


hi ,:, 4


wa ie :5 ..:' ., ..

4' .; *

4i ,r4
2.i ,i 4

-.: -




4 -\
~ 4 4
4 .\ .
4 .
4 4- 4'.
4 4


>44. .\ ... 21

* '4: .4.

\ ,.,,


/at, f
44 4 r..
:-4... :,4


44
'.444 -


PALMETTI CU BAN T.

'
To the lAdies. A B. Major Foster
To the Banquet of 1909.
Mr. S. I) (;ammell
Dsytons the Beautiful, Its Pe., Best. Mrs. Edward H. Crooker


The toast offered by Mrs. Wax-vcr w.Lq
re-ad by Mrs. Susie Shaw.
A greeting from Mrs. Nar;ncy EI. ,'n Ar-
nold was read by iMrt. Harriet Ga;idriner.
There were other messages r,-ad from
far-away nlin bers.
Not the least of th pice.ant features
of the evening was the inspirinK n u-ic
which tnlivened thie hai tr\vai& tlhrugh,,hut the e\vi.'eir: I,v I'),,

St ;:: ,- r. .iAr-vy i: :: a;. :,i:;3 1" t .

The barlj,,'Jet ef ',1tt. \ii; .go d,.,% 'i ill
club Listory as rte of !h, ryn)-t bi',iaint
a';ji enj.-yahe fi t; :a, ..
!,anqu lt?. y, t .r'Ien


PORT ORANGE


l'h.,Socijal Yucl1 .-
orgaii s-d ar ind i wtt % I
1!1.% 11 i-~dge% otst'djI11.LI
[h e I it er t :11'.11i f, *1,s
~~ 4' 1r'





N1 NV.



~r aF :. :







"Ir.
i. I .. .,
a v a4
11 t 4'tS'*14 A


I'atlrctto C~lub's \.blc~ V
- *.


4. 4- t --

4 1 4 4
1.~
4 4.


4 .
4 .
. --


/


-


Entertainment for
Young and Old.....


Crystal Theatre.
t MIET MR THLEX9

T(O-NIHlT.

VAUDEVILLE.
BILL FOR THIS WEEK.

Glazer Bros.
IN .AN VP Ti IATr
.Musical and Singing Act
Tl '1- \ >, t i Of tit,' fw-t oin4 tilth VItU-
d, '.%,I!i '-t.1b4t'. tind htt' % ll i.- 4 )g(q 1 u4 t
S !i* r' th. I= \tl i ii, 'v a[pj rtedl.

NEW PICTURES:
Mountain Feud.
l.ove Laughs at Locksmiths,
Captured by Telephone,
Thief in the Hen House.

BILL FOR EXT WEEK
Gene Hanington,
"l'!i. ctiirmiii gn l.lltli
Singing and Dancing Soubrette
I. _'1i;1? 'I tI,' i' t5 lr' itl t ; |. 11.
AdmtnIssion lOc. Night 15c.
I'm '.1i.t llPFl .N 1 7:,i P. M .


BOWLING ALLEY.


54 14'4t ,1J45 4


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


**LOCAL ITEMS,#


I .\ I, rr A.. 11~o ls& ev ill
0 :tv hie sii return: fr'm Ila-
4'~~~ h:~ uet Ii r-4,1,tv f, r \Wsluttr I 'ark

11. 1 I

.4t rt


F Tf r t a






V, I, .1
i 't I' J I.V I t (A V.
44 I. \'.. :'


1 .1 t' e t

:in
>,4 I'4 4~ 441 d'g 2




t': I > k:i g ge 1 cral v a te
7 here.
a I

"I .It S 1; t, a New

x 1 i FraitL ''


AMUSEMENTS


Where to Go and
What to See........


- m


SWILMANS


OPERA HOUSE
SEABREEZE


Coburn Minstrels


Not a Tent Sho.s,


Remember the date

January 12.


INDIAN RIV[R ORANGS
h',i';.." Grape Fruit z-nd
'ism" "" Tangerine
- -A.;. J ill :t ;l i 1 ,' *' i '. *
BOX TRADE
SOLICITED "
GEORGE H. 1L'NR(t:
RO\ MII E I ) A I. It'a.
12o S. RILH) E% OUU AN-. l)aN1 t ,ll< a I Ia.


I GAKDINER'S.


;*-** ART STORES
i\
II

I PHOTOGRAPHIC STUD!O. ;

I [FHI $5 l)D,,. t-ht,>>!-

I ". "
1 I'

14
9 *


** *
A S
; .\ .,. : : .




I ..J 4 S
, : .

*****0*^ ^-3^


.1.'. 4


'4" Wwwqgu-uvq'ggfug
At.~


)F THE


1I 1) v


'GATOR MOVING


PICTURE SHOW..


TO-NIGHT!


Complete Change of Programme
Every Night.

attractivee Pictures Well Worth
Seeing:
The Submarine.

An ()Occasional Porter.

t.. COW) \N \Nill sing
"The Rainbow."

M.Iitintic Saturday. 1:30 p. m.


' \ i .


, m 1%k t:IAN[I.kv %ictir


\djriia~i,.'an Ii) Lrft%.


E-".L!ArDS AND POOL.


FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO


\1 \t4.


*44.4444
4~4,.,4


4 I
ti~:j. .~.


41E'EU--EE-pU2U3I3S----


AULTMAN'S msrtn
Cutto$I


S20 Suit
Cut to


$18 Suits
Cut to


$1 Suits
Cut to


S15 Suits
One Lot


==M B. AULTMAN,
/


\%'#- \tpt. m III 1.ita-fi--M.ot rI'll P nno ( 'tnteut.


Bond Lumber Company
.MANUFActLERtS OF
Rough and Dressed Cypress Lumber,
I L.:ith, Shingl., I- 'ho j 'C. iling, Brit L.in, :rnl ( lCement in tr@ .

Phone 83 R. J. MALBY. Mewq
saleees e o z e


ATLANTIC MOTOR CAR COMPR


line Engines,



the Trade
mennt for New AuMti


NOTING

. ; e t'. P it h I O


.o () I t


.14


*1 .t'
.4tI': r


, t4,


t I

t ,
4.. 4 4


I1 1 %I


4f I .
4'4444 4.44,4


4.r T l~-l-) WiN


4 4. ~ .4 .4.. 4~4


Let us figure on ,yon ne\t job of print


5V(YrES
14


I hlic%-c ic 11 :'.t :,,r


41r ,t :--


.I 4 'li.I4a


(iROCERY


THE


NATIONAL


COMPANY


BISCUIT


COMPANY'S


i Special attenltitn is called


MID-WINTER..


SUIT SALE.......


To make room for New Spring

Goods will close every suit in

the house for the following


LOW PRICES:


N o. (14 B cc- 4- S 4L s- c *

ai i Automobiles arId Ins;o

~~~~I )ati~nri.d I irL I ...".
U ~ ~ and SI:trk PNut-%.
Discounts Allowed t

U0 SvtSundhand CarN tkecn ini part pa%
U11~~ ~ 1111~


0FORAL


SPECIALTIES C





ARMOUR'S




Star Hams and B


-I I a l .


CONRAID


IL I


~)~)~-4~-~~~Z~'~~ usm-mmm


I* 5I I I I .
III I ithISt 19 I~t I EiW IWiif filIgyI Irv g~g gg fg fig gl 'WuIm


acon


CAKES AND

CRACKERS


_ __~___~_~~__ ~_ ___~_ __ ___ __


I I II -c~u -1


i


LI L ~b I


-----------~~-~~--~~~~r~'r4A~~~~~~~-~r


~-----


m


i.F"g ~I
'~c -~
-~PD


!0, 1 ,I ^ ,, 1


''''


IA "i tt -T'1 t 1,El.


1,%tona. Fla.


I


N A V IMFEL-OJ A.W Md 960-,- W'V


i


.v




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs