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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
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Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: January 12, 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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aBr Uantid Phr.)
WASHINGTON, Jaa. IL-"I qui-
tee aid saaoly work," is the way Sen-
atar Foraker haraterls the e t of
HercrrtO: Browne and WB. G. Bald-
wi, special detectives employed by the
President to fate the glIt of shooting
up Brow.t ie upon the elored ldiers
of e Tw h ty4fth Iaifatry.
la a strong speech this afternoon Sea-
ator ForaIer denounced the reports that
soldiers had eoafemed to the leuths as
atrociousu lies." He eoatended that the
employment of detectives was in viola-
tion of law, and that all payments made
to them were invalid.
In discussing the employment of de-
tective Srnatr Foraker ai, "Tihe
eaasot bear eried without the ueof
language d sapectfhl to theebhif see-
utive." P fiaker produced letter from
dhaibm sloMliers saying the men had
been approached by detectives and told
to "tell the true story of the affair."


A HUNDRED

AH IDED
MIYIFD


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:-i rgmM with which they were
%Pat Wad p spmtu guwan-
5l.* for the school O
10@ I d n come upon the
_____. sot surprisee the l United Pue .)
rp ts "a e Uemhool bonds ,r
-dIli ge l umiume It'. agood, HUNTINOTON, W. VA., Jan. 12.-
i^-* -MaL .Md as tthre are s-con One hundred miners ar believed to i e
entombed'a. the result of a second ex-
Saen i W.hestu IP*e 'I plosion at the olliers this morning
::r:"rnasI"


JRN'S GREATER MINSTRELS.


-Dona'hc-y in Cleveland PlMi D*al


TURKEY


.By 1nitted Press.,
LONDON, Jan. 12.-A dispatch from
Constantinople to the Central News
Burau says: "Grand Vizier Kiamil
s notified the Austrian Minister that
Turkey accepts Austria's indemnity
offer of $10,800,000."


THE POLITICAL POT


BEGINNING TO BOIL.


ITALY


FoLLws


'FRISCO.


I ty r'nited l're',s.)
ROME, Jan. 12-The government t to-
day adopted the plan followed by San
Francisco in the latter's earthquake for
the work at Mesaina and Reggio, by as-
signing departments of finance, r-ehabili-
tation, food supply, health, hospital and
shelter.

HAT GATES, NOT WHEAT,

AS REPORTS HAD IT.


Justice Titus Is Out In A Card A Hat Mrtnufacturer Sojourning
Announcing Himself For City On The Beach, Is Mistaken


Collector.


For Great Grain Plunger.


The political horizon showa up a little It was a case of mistaken identity, (,
interesting on one edge and as the days "The Right Church but the \\rong
lengthen the interest iill grow. Judge Pew," whtn the ru:lmor coated around
H T Titus is out in a card announcing Daytona, Seabreeze and lhaytna ,i
himself for city collector ;Beach, and possibly Midwray, that ti,.
It is understood that W. G. lobbs famo. s John W. (ates, of V all .trc.,t
wishes to succeed himself and he will and now tircus fame, was at the ClarcIn-
likely follow suit with a simi ar card. don for the winter.
There may be others willing to1 serve the A number of people w *tIe c \\o k,-.iI f;,at
city in the same capacity. fever heat just thinking thait t. ia, ,L i.-
There is an utidercurrenit of talk tlut wherat speculator \atas her. It. l. ut ia -t1;'


AT W LMANS OPERA Tonight and Tomorrow Night




The Vote As It Stood Monday Evening.


DAYTON A


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585,895
413,490
85,405
77,370
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so far no formal announcement forothite o being John \\ ('te..I t. I i'-o(,:i:,_
offices, but it is thought it will not bx- in aluestion turned out to b1,( John I,
long till the field will be full of aspirants not Rockefeller, but (;ates, Jilt 1 i.
for political preferment. The more the (;ates, who is almost ia.s l:triirli- :; i
merrier, just so the best man for the line as John W.
place is selected. Let that th' the chi-ef John D. (Gates i- from (t'lu:aa. i
aim. lie controls only about t\lnt; it..t
stores, he being the mianufiactur tr fi.
Gate. hat, becoming limoit fl:i,,l.. -
AUIIIOBILISTS BWA the Stetson brand tlha.t iad 1
known beyond the county liii;.-.
RIF. EV SPIlD LIMIT Mr. Gatesis is ho to re.t aii. ,a,
Smse[U lf, aind this .lhe.' will n, d ,o .
It I th Ia itl y Flotidla atliliip 'ia' .A'.
tonie cilould elinj y hiii .,'lift -"iii ia! 'v _
Tne Mayor Forsces i)anger amid takle for .lohli \W. i( tt-', li,., v..
1 1l 'tuie tn th li.iiln \r\\s tit:Di.\ 6 %
Issues Warning In Endeavor
ago.
To Forestall Same. John W. is going i ihil. .:, i :
tirely new veltulr next >i;u
Mayor Seaman!ii i (,out in twot warning tirt-ly new Vttuc liit i:ll,:
h'ias dropped %(,!(nOtC. lM i1i ri", .... *:.-
cards which are' bling plta'ed ca nspIicu- h r
ously about tth city. ,Onte calls attei business, having bollglt tii ,
R o ul circus leascd tihe lt.li< k A;,inii,
tion of motor car dri\ers t, the s i Rperd y ie l,
.,show aiid boiclht thc .V lillr. I'i ;
limit regulations it vlch forbids the driv-d b t
101 Hanch, \\ ild \\ est Slhow. 11 II |
ing of cars within the city limits at a
.on co biu e these, threec and |huek tiln. <-i;, i+
faster pace than ten miles an hour; the bin th thr and buck t
trust, controlled by the Riiigling' tn,,-
other forbids the littering of pavement, trust, controlled te ili
others and whieli is about .s inviti :1li, :i'
streets and parkages with trash of vari-
ous kinds, such as scraps of paper, fruit an earthquake.
skins, peanut hull-, etc.
The city authorities are cleaning the
floating debris from the streets and the
SU -. :i Anta..r ..n.xi i .,, :* 1.. i 11 al t. _1 'A


CALHOUN


FACES


CHARGES.


*By l'nit.ai Pres..
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 12.-Patrick
Calhoun, president of the United Rail-
roads of San Francisco, was brought to
trial today in Judge Lawler's eourt on
indictments charging the offering of
bribes of $4,000 to the supervisors.

CARTE POSTAL TO NEWS


FROM FAR SWITZERLAND.


Leon Despland, Jr., Wafts a Mezri
sage From That Picturesque


IF LAGeATION


IN THE


NEGRO SUSURI

Marshal John Myers Was Inju
By An Electric Light
Wire.


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PIOEITY 1SS ABOUT l17, .

Fire at an early hour this morning de-
stroyed five buildings in Midway. one of
the colored settlements of Daytona, en-
tailing a property loss of approximately
$7,000. The bui'dings destroyed were
Williams' Hall, the lower floor of which
was occupied by Adams' drug store,
Odum's meat market and Stripling's
barber shop, a dwelling in the rear of
the hall, the building adjoining on the
east owned by J. A. Jackson, as well as
a dwelling and meat nmark'et owned by
the same person were devoured by the
conflagration. Next to this was a dwell-
ing owned by J. A Clementrits. which was
burned. Another house owil'd by Mr.
Clements was torn ulown to, .top the
sweep of the fire.
The origin of the fire i.s iiuolKlwt It
was discovered in the uJpper story of
Williams' Hall, and as an ntertaiinment
bad been held there the evening previ-
ous it is presumed that the tire was
started by a cigar stump.
In removing an electric lihit wir e
Marshal John Myers rc-civ'd a shock
which dislocated one of his sh uldei.s
and burned his neck. Mr. Myers .says
Manager Gunn, of the electric 1'ght
plant, told hin the current ltid Ibeen
turned off, which he thinks rinst have
been a mistake. Mr. Gunn, says, how-
ever, that there is no question about the
matter, as the current Ihad certainly
been turned (o, anri it wat onlv tiie
strong induction r.'lrraen wliichi :a;l'rt. d
Marshal Myveis.
The burned buildings -tuod in a taiick-
ly populated secti, n of M1ii.;iy, an l tie
prevention of tlch spr'iai! ,af ti:. tire is
largely due to thel! celr-t .J'i-'ci
Henry T Titus, whli, tiik ,,!t,. r- ; ,of ta'.
situation, and whi .- 'e !a its a.; higlii
appreciate by thra color al re id' t',.


I and of Precipices.
i Seven Chinalmen I w,\ ned.
The- many young friends of Leon Des-
pl;nd, Jr., will be glad to know that he ''
i- enjoyingg himself inmrena ely in the SINGAI'Ol01% *; ;iiii a i t'4 t nti ,
beautiful an I picturesque land of hi.- Jan. 1-2. -. -S'enl ('Chiael ",'r, h'..tr i
iila er:. fa:r : \\ay Switzerland. today, wli'li ; ri a r h Ii i..: : : .! '
\ putl,.l showing a beautiful Swi-s duty .st,;iari r :t h'. '!.l::
!:lail.-c'pe I a s this message for the Daily
N\e: "Matiborget t Vaud) 2x-ll-0s. Free i"llurt; 1. t(1 I1 i ,
l'P t ha:tpan i impression of Switzrland in Im ,
tic inti(.r tinmr would interest you. I I
a'n to !zyv -4,t)l0 feet above the .-a, and Civic Worker ,f ti~,. o.n;iti i I a
r' i \c eatte'r like that at 1o ,ne. forget the late, .u,,i. i :,. :: .
it. I1vtiitna. W\e are' having dinner out- o'clock, at the A;rin ir\
-.. :aid the tltrmomneter at 76 degrees.
\\ t. ; iin ighlt of the Alps. I send you ...
Y Pa''u. Yours.
"I[.'n lh-.spland, .Jr .. ..


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Council Sa-ctak d Ibym i s
Move Lookig Toward Ca-
struction dt New Depo

MANY MATTER TIlD I

The city council was in protracted
session last night and the traasnetom f
some business and the indalgeo of
considerable of talk characterized the
session.
A number of bills wer prmmeted ad
ordered paid. The bill of Hoqugrl Bed
for $703.75 was referred back to Hough
& Bond for revision.
Alderman Clark called special att-
tion to the unminitary eoadtum of Mi
Bethune's Midway eshool pmrenm
Council authorized opening of ditch end
the laying of sewer drain pipe as a pre
cautionary measure.
Alderman Smith announced, la -h
swer to query, that next year's bd
would be ready for preeentatioo at the
inxt meeting of the council.
Ex-mayor Greene addresed the con-
cil, making some statements of iantems
as to the newly purchased water work
site.
Al errn an Heymaan filed a pap -r pray-
ing the mayor to memori lia the coaun
cil to tile with the Railroad Commli-l a
i demand for an adequate depot for
D ytona. The alderman pointed out
the limitations and defector the pre-
ent depljt, its limited capacity, its fai
ure to provide its patrol with good wa-
ter, sanitary closets. heat, etc. I
pointed out that Plant City, Quincy
Madison, etc., had taken similar actU ,
which resulted in the building of adee
'lu.itp depoLs.
The ,ollector was instructed to collect
license from all who were doing business
here prior to October 3rd, 1908.
Onr mIotion of Alderman Schmidt, a
c(),;riitte.e was appointed to confer with
thi lHalifax Hitles, soliciting them to or-
g:i .a' tieiporary fire company.
411 Irot tial ,f Aldernaa Mills tLe
ni wviy iaranized l)ayr,na Band received
i!.ial recrgnition and approval.
1 i.e Loarl of Public Works instructed
t~,' !,ilhiii: bonds f',r 1N09 and include same
inr r lxt bidllg t.
IL Il \ itat toZi to; tih' council of Mrs.
\ '; Sarnil.tlot, attend the lecture
.i ;-. a(.':i,; B;artlett Crane at the
\'".:: : \ L '.' .1L-, ; i 'ptCd.
A'l. ii:;,.Ln -' r, u ing the chlobing of
.:i r -iopti on Suida:ty wa.s unfavoi.-
ai .; rt ,i
I a t'v:r. thie -,,uth Hidge-
A. ,i .1 ,a:,.. -, ;,ad re.ssid the council
*,,:, -t;,h: ia ,; lie i.t nut getting a square
,* .: Iit-'. etc. A committee was
[n,,; .i: I t, lIuok into, the matter.


MAYOR HAS SAID SO


AND IT ,MUST BE.


i 'o s NtllIes Calling Attention
It Ordinance and Demands


Its Enforcement.


\\ a,, i ,ii g in peanut hulls from de
h a' ,.; ,Ia wni l Mirtndyy Jacksing's
S: ;' it Who, threw that stove
.. ; a.. \' \Who dropped that
t .k \\, tthrnw that banana
i, ai|.n t.i p'teni\' nt" Who dumped
t: :i 1tiib ih in thli drain That is
!ait M:r-,hal John Myers wants to
a',,\. ;Il hris hawk eye will be apt to
,i ,, ,\, ir ith, culprit.
I !hai'! i ia ,o grnl ral a violation, n of this
a'.ill.f iu for u-'omebody not to get
ilidi,."" arid when you do, don't
it: e li,, Iaily News for not warning
It l.. ;v.a .ithiair, u. tinaqt littorintc


DECIDES.


TO ACCEPT.


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RIBDOIS, NOTIONS, ETC.


McCall's Patterns.


Telephone 102.


.TM1 fOwvLlY M"
0 soak 3bt.StUl Pb


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a:U:: s: is:31111ISI


Who are never satisfied unless you are.


J. A. Hutchinson, of the firm of
Hutchinson & Brittle, went over to \
Palatka Sunday, expecting to pur-i
chase a horse at that place and drive
back to Daytona about the middle
of the week.
*Dr. A. T. Bigelow has opened a
dental office in Knowlton block,'
Ocean boulevard, Seabreeze. 33 4


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M. ELLA DEVOY & COMPANY,

Ladies' Hatters,

No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,

Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,

HIGH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.


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January Sale of


Clothing and Shoes
--NOW ON AT


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SEABREEZE', Jan. 12--11. W. Satw-
yer of Boston, is a proneincnt arrival at
Tle, Princess Issena. He' is addicted to
piscatmial )port, aid hopes to 'njtoy
mlor-, than th t- usual fi.h-erman s luck
while here.
lIr. Henry C. Cook, of Minnealpolis,
Minn., t as vimitnIg h l- piarentr;, Mhi and
hMrs. W. \V .. L, tk. at thle l'rimicos .-, [
.se-,.a, s ,v,.ral day.- la-t mtee.ka. anld l -ft to,
j -mn ili.- t\if-, ft i at h rt \ a( .titoi i n Vir-
ginia .Altti;i! a yovutng tian lDr. (Ctok
h is. nHli'. thi:it.-ta li.-h.eti hFi self in hi-
eIot fe..-sii )tligK i lca.lY k[iri i tOn m Ill s
,' toll A l4 Ck'kilitt V
Mis.-.-\itiulOl Midlt1toil, .Aiala Mary
\\ il.tie a dii l' ':tml W il-a uI a t-lr tit ill-
sI lvta '" It it tha first Iaptl -t (l(iurlih at
.j)a1 to;la Sutl ay i ivnorlitiug .bet-tg lictivid
itilo ti ,, .hur(.h t 4lt-\. A. 1. kI i-
I rnielei l p, tt )r i- t ( ir i L:>.
A. Middltd iti anmd L.t \ti- Jail..-'iii
rturtt iedi Sundav fi. iIti ; \\t k' s IaV a;t
St. Augu.-ti,,'. iia ig nade,-, t.' the rp in
Mr. limson' bout. H larry Middl.ttone
wrnt ittiti them i and da cided to .-tav t, i
the plon'ii:- of gtllicg sttcady itoilk.
Tht ia:niv fnriit, of Mrs- lritttu 1ill
lt*-gt ta- I tarn that she 14as takaii iluite
ill vie'u'tet t" (ire.iin-t ,oro, N. C., anwd
st opl ,ei off at Clu mbiia for nit, ciial et
atcithiit. Hi w\car. .she, i, now imi iraeiti-
ti o withi relatit'es. :and the dtcttIr im
e,'i;rg.- it[arl- 1, tr r (tolnditito i is \at-rv
nimui iilijpro\kid.
S. 1'. Gilmore niade th' auto tip ito
IlIl.amti todia iIth tie fl Ili4ing partyV
Ml'-. Ilni (';. StI\'Nais. Scabrceaz-: T. -
\\ illianis atd IMr.-. 1'(.zry I.rl v y atol
daughit1(r. Maldc. I .A\I toia.
MT. awid .NIM ; 0. 1'. 1 uth, regis-t, aling
fr(ii i.,os A;g,-'lu'-. tCal.. ia\ artriad-i in
thle Iurg a51i ire ,lea-.aita lhe-atod un,-
til .Apil lnevxt ili roots a1tl t tlt Attawan-
na Pxn,-id,,, \i.,u,<. Mr and Mrs.
HRuth. in an ii.I i r%. \\ ithi a liaily New-
reportr, st.ai(.J that th(ey went to Cali-
firnia for hit a'iht hi'-h had the desired
aff rI ,,- f.ir a, Mr. Ruth wa.s concerned,
but a:ft'r se( en a-vci- Mrs. Huth.,'slealth


ON.
50. per cent.
ICOr0n on uALL OuM CQUNA.
hat I~~m J"st ONK-HA1 L THE
RION. We hold nothing hbck.
OOsOu In tad take choice at 5) cents
o the dollar.

=tLIFSSTATMNEYISTSIL
Lm -10- b 0-


TiE iAYT DAILY NEWS
PublLhed every evening.exeept Run-
day, from Decmrber 1 to April 1. by
THE GAZFKTT-NKWK ('().
T. K. FIaOYnALD. Editor-Mninager.
L. C. DUXAUn, VCity KEditor.
C. K. HARaIS, Circulation Manau,.r.
Gwo. J. CuorrH, Superlntc itenit.
Kntered as second-elnsq matter Ih,-
cenithr 1, 191U. at the I.otoftlI'' at
Daytona, Fla. under tihe' Acrt or
March .t, It, D.



BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Horn and
children arrived Sunday from Sta- O --*onO IO
pleton, Staten Island, and are again 6 F
at The Cedars for the season. They F. W. POPE
have many friends in Daytona, hay- 'O Attorney and Counsellor at
ing been regular winter visitors for 0 Law.
a number of years. PraclIce In State and Fed.rul ('Courti
a number OFFICE OVen POSTOFFICE.
111Telephone
tAI ToMoBILE FoR CHARTER--Four-! Too0booee eom I
cylinder Stevens-Duryea, hour or
trip, call Morgan House, phone 11(). T. E. Ftzgerald E ,)at. -
FITZGERALD & OATES
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Barnard anl FITZGERALD & OATES
daughter, Miss Edith, who have Attorneys and Counsellors at l.aw
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. Special Facilities for Examining at ii
Condit, left Monday for St. Peters- PerfOffice in Conrad building.
buriz, where Mr. and Mrs. Barnard
will remain (luring the balance of IOIuImIOIOIOmO*I OIleIeIeIe
the season. Miss Barnard will visit: 0. A. KLOCK, M. i).,
l)avtona again shortly on her return PHnSICIAN AND) SRUEONN.
A .,' i'titt-<.l with K. M. Ferguson. M. i).
to C'hicago to resume her duties as ,.., tP.tief oli tUv.ii t,> Ii .,',,. I,,!'
instructor in chemistry in the Uni- the >EE. c,r.. n,,.i..,,,, n iT,..t .ii,
"^) *5 Fittilng of Ghl'-'s-.
versity of Chicago. mffic," flours: 70to ,iiit. 1 .. i t w. .
i alid 7 to ( p. in.
V .. ~, .. q .9 f, .~ p..,. )tr ,,m.,_ I* em noe-ouo-nemoon u


boat. II. B. Day, New Smyrna, Fla
'Ft,iR !iNT-- large house, 14
rooms, situated at Silver Beach, near
automobile club house; bath. hot
and cold, hard and soft water; fur-
nished. (Garage and servant's quar
ter s. Rental, $50(X for season. In-
quire of T. E. Fitzgerald, or any
;igent. tf


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Doinlgs
Seabreeze 4 !P ", at Daytona
News H Beach
1910A J 2


I ) DAYT(ONA BEACH. Jan. 12.-The
i i', .L' scored concert, given at the Seabreeze
jr avenue M. F. church, Sunday evening
V. bi I y the choir, was the most enjoyable
S,\(-vent o,f the season. The church was
p :pc'ked by an appreciative audience,
and tht, late comers were turned away
fotr want of further eating capacity.
pI e** eee*.. e..*** oe), The program as published in the Sa:t-
urdav Ia lily News was spletndidly ctr-
ri (l-d out liiTe dluets byv Mliss Yelving-
I !,a :d i( Mr. I'ier-onx, and NMie, Ani an.
S A I l i; ll iby Miss 1)eacon. elicitedpivci:I
1lli,.,liliv,,,, tary notices. Mis. I -cvln's
AMN1) FI' ISSIIF1) ('( >1"1.\(; I' ,\.. i- (If good timbre, and shows cul
R I -R tut. ti,< f,.cling. She was heard at the
Sltint;iy morning service with pleasure.
E everything Modern, Mr. i'i,.r*,.n heas a deep baratone of gotoIl
elik and Comortable. u t-\ev. Haigh's address on the
Homelike and Comfortahle.
,Nr.tfl. o-f th1e Hour," waS well chosn(r.
I)irc'Ltly on Atlanti lktach. Ii ight and apt;.,rad made a good plea for
.Surf athin and shiig. the eliir. lThIt rec'eilpt were something
12- (1 11 l)AY ANh ) 1 1 i MI-. (. 1'. aur.sonEl haas gtnee to K,.n-
It IR It tii ky cn a xi.-it to, her sister. Mrs.
S TivhAik i.. at the Pearsonage yet, but is
HORACE STEVWART ,,I ,ii.lttrerir,.tld a, to tht-' length of h, r
I).-\ TONA 1.L AC l 11 1l;ll)\ ) tiY l(ter,
I Mr. \\inzicyv a; d faniiyv, f l)aytourl:,
i.i\, mov, d tie the C ('arier '-ttage, "11
, IL 1 : Mr. elon and sonh (hadwick, hae
io, ,s u ,,,- ., ,v, ,taken r too is ith Mr. and Mrs n Horu,
i k. Ie. f i iitti.' ii ,P. ;i.i I111 .: (n j ,ninsula drive'.
'!;:; -, |t.,>, K ( $K';.,,, (, C.L. Horn this w.oek sold lots 4 and 5,
%II K '.. ," i l (K i t(1 Mr. Sanborn. whu is
iendndiritg thle wiu tir at the'( 'hillips
Sitpatrtino-t ,,use., (in Valley street.
'Ae princess Yssena [Il,.. hio,ts are loated tl North Holly
eab i .rtr(t. t (l t ij(oinng Mr. (;arfield'js pr,lpertv.
\ I -i. i11 11;11.,. ,- .. r %\ (ItlM, Goddard, uho was under Ir.
tiiiii&n, i, Y i, ,l ;,.,, .!-. i "T ,, ,, ,i,. E -( h F>ti'. care, ,as the result of a fall from
tiAli 1 'll ,l;' i- ii ,1 ii O'i-. h'r i V ti i out agaill enjoviug ter ,
tl i ;tia l' I'. |t *e l :a I '. e ; : nii l li: -|, i "
1i:1 t, i ; -., \hi-. \ e l r t al-
\1, V \ ,,% \\ ," .\\ i, j ,, : [1",,. i,,,aig ladies' ('lub was enter-
; itiir.d ly Miss \W\ke-ficld, Saturday
THf WHITE HOUSEC TTAir .l Tl'ht. social and industrial feat- 4
9itt tt '% t r-t made. promine.lnt, and a very
lk CI'1 1 1It\ ( \-il(i- t t vt t iilig %% as passed. There
S i-. ,. tie .- .-n-\, r; l invited KUests present. 4
i,.,1l ,i; ii[.i.1 iIIn, I, 1 it ,, ,11.1 Mr. :atd iM rs. 'Seelev. irs. Barker and
U l)-I -i ll 1. .l .t''F *> l *;i I I'\, /, -1, IUI 1 .q I .r .


E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
Ki pevhtl ni tt,.lntio nll to i>i ':i-,' :, ',. !..n,
ThrOat til Nid-..-.
Fourth U1or West Postoffice
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R ROY HOWE, M. I).
* Physician and Surgeon
* j |tfl lla nlid ,"'.l 't'in : e ":.; Sa,. I tl,l _,
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SEABREEZE SANITARIUM,
OCEANN BOLLEI '\KIl.

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C. 4;. BOMANNOrs. M% 1.. I)u.s ,- I I.I
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C. C. BOHiANNON,
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D.Al W)ISA. F`LORIDA.\
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CASCADE
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Importced
but is made
In D)u, teefla
dei %cretd at
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H. EL(iENE JOHNSON,
Bicycle Livery.
; i n i- i 1 1 ; ,
Bicycle Supplies and kcpair-,.
Come and See.
W K\ ET N\ IIA'I'FC I.N I'IZ \ I. ;; ,.,


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Alligator Good..
WE AX 1
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IPIANI EXBENi H

THE INI.I AULTIAN STIKL
IIIt
The High School Further Abead
Than Ever-One New Entry


Accounts of Child


child have I
The chN who
raising hisavtil ag
quire a habit A i
ge I later years.

ability of Startbig a C

a those wh love the
he opportunity. Cbi
illy desired. Four per a
funded quarterly paid in i
meant. Accounts may be
liar up.


merchants'
E, Presidet. J. B. CON
F. N. CONRAD, CAWT. ir


You
nlul" ul
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Whether yen
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s-im an.:.s


Every


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-Rifles Strong. will ac
The latest count in the Bush & Safford a l
piano contest shows the Daytona High valoab
school to be farther ahead of the mue-
est competitor than ever. although the Respo si
vote ca.-t for the Halifax Rifleswm a wOIoSH
large one. Some one will surely fall
down before long, and then interesting rests of
dt'v, loprnents may be expected. In offer tl
D)aytona there was really nothing very
startling The standing did not change, espcial
but onei new candidate entered the feld. ComPOI
The new runner is the Daytona Insti-
tute. it ,being nouiiitited within nearly a Depart
tholisantd votes. one dol
Outside of Daytona the race is more
in ter-sting. Wilnais opera house took T h e i
a: rest, but is still in the lead, although
thle Scabreeze High School made a neat T
g:in. The Kingston school had a large A. D. McBRIDi
\ nt,. andl Mi~.s Alice Daugherty parsed
1Mi.s l..!.i" ('tif's, having an unusually
Lirr, v\,)tt' for an individual.
O)ne cf the pi.nts, :t handsome R. S.
II :irel iisniucr,, ,it, is on exhibition in
th, M I. A'.ultinan clothing store, on OUR C
S.,ut!, H-ach .-treet, where you are in-
vit.i t,, (,o at, any time and see it, and THE SPOT CA
try it if yt,u wish. The other piano will Two Doorr Mouth
hl, It i) in some prominent Beach street H. S. MILLEI
.tii-,. in a few davs. You will sayve a
lilo''!' Iil H tt'W (J;tys. A _^^^^^^^__


FOR CHARTER. Pleasure Yacht
..... "LUCILE,"
I .-rt v tor f.'t ,ov.r :all: II fIot after dett k.
i i',' l itll Iliit. po)W .'Iful 0tlll(lll'4. tllNd
I ofi i1;ill -.iil 4: 'OII-0111lj t-lv *equipped for
in', i ,il l;:iil wit:t,.r f i .l K .4. E.f.erth.
:,r l.;irt\ >l tf ur v'ih i-., e'11giaiw-a-r mindl took.
I-,., r:atf,, :.>[ly tee !!. a'. THiO.MI'5"tO). uwiitr.
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Automobile ForSale
almost t New Reo Runabout,
wAith Folding Back
Seat.
\I1 I .-ek\I t)Ot PEOPLE ANIWtERE.


Make Selections Now.


Furniture, U


Don't FaiU tu get Pimr vkkct,4 4m a mds


I R I IK Cf Cl.ASS CONDITION. '
\ li:'. < & ;.s I.i. iit.0 (Gcera- -
.. !:tr' IsriEng and all tols G -VI

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HI iK'i tEI-r All. TRAINS.
tI HE- FI I0.T It k% rSUSN DAVTONA
Blacksmith and Carrwiage
Shop in Connection%.
EO. A. FOYK, Proprietor I

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Instant Relief
anud ouerl% v cure.
CATARRHTrial treatigaps
mai~led froe.


t-I'. II. IIkULjJI I I 1. 5 ZO vuLuratory. 1123 Broadway. NOW-yo1'

~iaZ DENTIST When

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M I. I t.\MA.N, (ients' Furnishings.
(ild t;Ii. MNI()ikIS HARDWARE COMPANY.
l:!Vi\ l M & \NI.I.Y CO., Furniture.
t Ck tHI.NI)ICkS COMPANY. Drygoods.


SICE


Aosolutely
Made from
Water.


^ Our Wagons make Trips DA
Sunday. to all pertsd:
EABREEZE, ORMONI) and DA.TOaA
its Delivered at any Dock Sacked I
of Schantz Plant. 11


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FANCY


A new line just in of Fancy Vests for men.
The style are new and right from NewYork.



ANTHONY


VESTS.


1,50 TO$3


BROS.


THE


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GLOBE


DAYTONA, FLA.


TORE"
SH GROCERY
of the PoUomCte
RI Proprietor.
a by bujrig shre


-..BINGHAM & MALEY C


HAVE NEW STOCK OF


Lace and Muslin Curt


DR. EDITH iH. SiOF ,N1AkIl R


6o THIR) DAVE E1.



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Making Purchases of


Be sure and get your votes in the

Bush & Safford Piano Contest.


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S. B. GREEN


Proprietor


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Columbia Racycle,
Iver Johnso and
National Wheels
222 South Beach streett
Opposite Yacht Club
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..cIAIS.

Our All-Havana Smokers ar a
specialty-largest and best
for the money.


Id. -~ i
Located meeth o i D
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APUP


mu~ Modk-rn
dou tole
electric
through
oft; plastered
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a giupe iruit tretit:
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I HOUSE and
pLt In KINGSTON

/ m TATh COP.FN1'. OR
UO M I. LDAYTON.
IL T. MCLA An, owuer.


m8 5 &fbckM 8 (3loik-
D&OQUIL ~. Theme ar-
-_AM d hLeM e a vacant lotb It-f
AuS~pWO inO. A Ge location for i
;f t l~ W Ir pu~ jrlke,


E. S. HALL
Architect and Builder.
Oft 20 Palmetto Avenue

Daytona. Florida.

l S. FELl)
~wmmsf urll IlOe ., Fl n A venue and

L- ILDIK^ TAIL )RI
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SAYOKA, FSLORlDA.


PRESCRIPTIONS
We call for and Deliver
Them.



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Jugt Telepboe to No. 48,
We will do
the rest.

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THE DAILY


NEWS


AN I


THE GAZETTE-


NEWS


e too Votes For Every
Dollar paid for

vertising .

or Job Woik,

ut on Subscriptions
ve a larger number.

IS A CHIACE Fi EVEiRY

E IN TIESTED.

CRIPTION DEPARTMENT.
One subscription, 5K) votes
f five subscriptions, 4,000 votes
)f ten subscript'ns 1,0(Nl0) votes
re s no limit to the number
Ls each contestant may secure
e subscription price of The
ly Gazette-News is $1.50 a
The Daily News is $1.50 for
ason by mail.
iiljit- \ot,%s Iv eH>ltllaitt's or friends
Ith, h tlo-r. dilhtriut intlg % vo'.'- Is Ui1-
\It I. llii 0sroiprli-lo'tI.
member! ll SEVEN UAYS

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Everything'

Ii Photographic.
2 SPECIAL PRICE OF $4.00
PER DOZ. ON
PLATINUM PORTRAITS.
Oc% eloping and Prntl for the
A--trur a Spec i).

Anderson & Clark
'. -k Bi..o k. 4 1. isi h rid .


1 NO MATTER WHAT YOU THINK
Of Buying or Renting in il iay ,f I:eaIl Elstate

BE IT A CABIN OR A MANSION


It will be to your advantage to talk wi\ii u,
Land is Olits ti ur ''iali .


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The Modem

Seven Wonders


mi's uSI IIuIs omm Bnach*.
One of Daytona r crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
msads; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expense; 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-
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 modern
wonders.
Tke Peitd. Pelucid HI m River.


Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom.
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed pe lican p( h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk sti g-
gling upward 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 I liquid
ready for a ,"-uise upon her beautiful
surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
The Eachatingly Picturesque kidgewood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest 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 them-e extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds front tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
SthihiN %hit' shitll .trt-(t oin t has the inl-
preasion of a fair" path with 'lti.l dra-
peries, but as you novc along and castt
all rev first to the rilhlt Land !'tnn io thlr


plase reports mm aod better, Daytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Squkrdse, P rw, BWds amd Friuts.
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 diAtended 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 lingering blossoms are
delayed.


In one yard roses of variagated hues
predominate, another household have
a penchant for the poinsettia and
the premises are afame; 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
notes help to give fullness and syniume-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day-
tona yields the paln to none for iqualitv
and quantity per acre. There are c.,o'r's
of citrus groves in proximity to the city.
branches bending to the earth with tl:hitr
burdens of luscious golden globes, which
for beauty, proliflicacy .and all desirable
qualities would truly astonish
The Fastest Autes And The Finest Out.


HOTEL PALM BEACH
Surrounded by warm waters of the Gulf
Stream. Proteet guests from ALL cold
weather. It homelike tnformality and
moderate rates attractive to those mak-
ng a long stay. For booklet and rates
address MANAGKR Palm Beach.


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,HOTEL ARRIVALS


The Ridgewood.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Robertson, Oak
Park, Iowa, and C. W. Richardson,
Jacksonville, arrived at The Ridgewood
yesterday.

The Prince (Jeorge.
Dr. J. E. MacNeill and Mrs. Mac-
N.il, of D)enver, arrived at the Prince
George yesterday for the season
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. McLean, bride and
g ooni from New York, are at the Prince
(;eorge, and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Verner,
of Pittsburg, are taking in the Tornmka
trip today on the steamer Dixie.


Despland Hotel.
The following arrived at The I)es-
pland yesterday: Mrs. L. E. Smyth,
Chicago; Mrs. L. flultutson, Jefferson,
Iowa; Miss Ines M. Brevierd, D. E. Bre-
vi..., I l.,rtf., .1 (',,.. L',l. d.;.. I'_ V ;l


The seventh world wonder, doYou l ,,u, ,. ,, ,
SI ury. A. Lubaunstein, R. L. Fuller,
ask" Come, whether from Missouri (r a L. r
S ,. o ew 1 ork; rank \. Coggins, Baltimore.
from Maine. from Kalamazoo or from
Tibuktooandyou will be 1).. Brevierd and Miss Ines M. Bre-
Timbuktoo and you will e" ".-lowii 1" ..... ,
,, .vill, of liartford, (ounn., anti Dr. C. F
Here is where world's records for spIcIid .d, n., n D
S.'l.t :iatnin:n, of New l ork, guests of Tht
are broken with every recurring season 1)e. .land, ae e yg the To
". .to Desi ,lnd, are enjoying tile omoka trip
Autos the biggest, the fastste :iid tli ti ,
g .. ( : on saer .e.
finest are on daily parade and thl b ,.
show is as free as the pure airte.-i: r
water from the thousand tlowinTg \e(!l. P
It is a continuous show with (onstanrt lyI
shifting scene. (i ea. AA. I tiii, and two .%siters, (
Everything goes, from a 2-hors(epi, ertc Miaglila, Mass., are guests of The I':l-
up to a 200-horsepower, and all (tgr!''es letto. .Mr. I pston conducts the O eanl
of speed from a canter to a t\wo-rniil'-a- S ide, at M ignolia.
minute clip. You will pir bably (atc-i 1 W. I'rut, of Spencer, as- is a
the spirit and when you dii tle ro:il -I> t o. i this house while enroute to
and the beach are yours Thie le;i. i:i \:i i. I. wi rc hie ctonducts an orchestra.
sunshine is free, thlie IW y i;>n i r r. "1 l'ty, \it!, an orehe tra of twenty-
tbrezes are free, the l)irn and tl i "!' pi'- s. spent the sun inner with C.
and flowers are fre,- tle -i i t '.i 4l initt A..iiionlalit( lk Ii
fountain water is free aill \ il \ ; i' :t I k, \. .
to go down iti your wallet on!il.\ f. l i M r's. 1F. 1 I ;,..,<,ii, u, I
for the auto and l ed aril ti i :*, alt ,'|1irnVi (t.e \ in-
Thi is ni no fanciitiil pittir. .i I lno'-]. .Mr. (.' it-


-.....- ...............i....... ............. here. It is dra:\ i (iil ItWI !- i I ,,-.t 1 :-
left you see distinguished cottage hl l1:l'ling te. I thral.
in the rimost delightful seitinig.. tharii a i lit l .
See the glistening :leaff f the grand
magnolia which nature has \varnihe'd as
no artist's brush e\vr could; and the' **lE EStegSe*S-le0e0*E e
cabbage palms with ithheir )urdlrens of w
showy fruit arid tswavying palin-; sec the
lovely holly t" iit itexqui.stt- terry; see K
0 KODAKS,
th climibing \iht-, ruining riot in the
trees; se.e the' cryptloganIoni- furi s which Filmsl i)ry Plates,
gain a foothold on the great oaks and
a
thit statpc'lv allims, amid -ur .lyv u ill rl unlarS,
Join in athe 'it orus aiend -a theat rti.s- a





tic cottage. Tile o%% iwrs of t hee clarrn- IN THE CITY
w Id w renty for ourautou. rs


country and they \ing thir ou r-





countrv dircatrs tivii, the at( < litt'i tur- of M Professional 60ods at Jack
urpa another b dot ot Our Ctr in ots. sonvill rie.
Noone,+,to I)at,..' ,.ttr<,t.,,,. ,>. r- THE BEST KODAK FINISHn, ;
haps co(miilanid s riiie)r- nearly uniivtersal'U -



attention and ra isn than d'.truc tur artis- u II TU PT
ing villas hail from e'r r. Other lr of the .t.
country and they Liing their on archti-_ I" I v tvlOUr H tours.
tectural plains aitnl build lalon thiltliiad i,


au the archtec ture of t'n secti ',n of treat'
country diTers Int the art lit tur of Professional (iods at at



0 %ext Powor to the
another r t ho do to rittuid'rli litllr in out- sonv ile r ote l,
toward t phearan( furnii and ,tru cturi l beaut
fr thie legannothce. hullen arte nl i o i -f tiho- a- .. a
ibut the ee, as it r'tsee-p- t,\, i- trcate'td L esesr ies-



to kaleid s it all cit. n hid h kt dl.S it isi th
the isind tanderiig '\\iat ii r\t an.
Se\t-ior a art Ia)tir:at ir to th
It i charmot to the t-tri, o ni thi\ ,ia a.f U
these hoie's that ritcts attilcnion. wtith-1 IIi Ce 0e0rge hotIl,
In they are mittadels of ('te lti' ii'litCT, :inul DAVrON\. it lII tut' j titniih a d furni- hit g give t ider.e 0 lj
of the eleganci-e anid ('ulltiatii it if tiiase EEEt@ S E
who tourked it all 'it. i1 td it is tht'
interior rranigeali, it ahnds tht l ti' altl -lit a -1
fur,,iishing anrd s.a,:,td .i i, re ian if h"- J -I
extM
ing t'hari to I ;it";iAiI'm"'es. "ltii'. I aU
tur.- justly liit'rl- prr miirir "e' A' -\\ridfr | I j 7^ .
numbtir four -- "
Strccts an. P-. .,cmcont, th, ,0,st aud !iIt. Ci


\\hy ti, ATctit.c r ,f ttic I ii\ Tr-e
V ho to give t" l;11 t< ina the- iio.t .ii-
minratle, the tiioat piihtur<- s,'ii atulal
setting of all the c'iti' if th, Soluthl i-
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SEAN.EI.ZL. FILOURDA.


NOW OPEN


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


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


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HOTEL DESPLAND
Daytona, Florida

Now Open for Season 1908-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.


Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent.
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Iomns IFusuite. Steam Heat.
Every Modern (',nnvelience. Sentl for Booklet.


KLIimagi.'r tddr--,: .%1-X.N 11 Itt11 ,4 1-:. Na:rrrat&m-wtt Pier, Khoue Island.


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