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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 13, 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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Pedwi Zvuy E Ezoe Shyt iTDarinhg DW"W.SaarnyPduary a" urda at the Prattiesi Wi nterrt in Florida.
Eutured ssMRe Cbf tWWr 3e Dt1 6M KSe atm[60"A Dsytowm, Va., under the Act of Mamsh $, U.


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DAYTONA. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1909


__~ Im* ~Y S S CLOVE I* L mI S NEVLLEi. CLARKI Right Goods at.IrfTE SUF sim.
Du. 0. A. KUK, K. D. 3KmnwT. mNuV5Em am S*PpUWrYiS f lIKRIST Right Prices, *
ftlft wen f eo & O IVA M R. p2 g gvieDlmP@@Ue.teTret uigmtYo *. a l a d b
&W Mee: Nortbe -t Dmrtftg ttse beat yew.Jewd
*owe Coer RWwo and Volusta.R WE
'IV tFtU ruim 11E.D, Teepbowt 221 MAGNOLIA AINUE EyeTested-FH. ROWE & CO. m w
wasnin ----- sm--a 0---@I Iboom


k rS THE ELIS


ES YOU WANT


STl ON. AN EYE


HER NEW SUITOR.


ON.


i ir Their Beds It's In Order Now To Decorate And


wy By Succes-


- Ofh 01 ShOa s. Respects.

1115 Tl&MhmI L RULN. TINW I[WIS TO SIW UP.
f I 1P. it
U ('--' eJ in t The date for the inauguration of the
Snew antlered order is fast approaching
e Ialy were haken by and pnpparations for the unusually in-
We ning. The shock terarting event are going forward with
I amyeta y repoed, sat iafactory l)rogrtns.
w sin wem thrown from
s, Veaicek, Forre- an.d t The first to decorate is Dr. N. H1
an skp ed'lmany other Clark. who has trimmed up his jewelry
dmfroan window in a n.ost artistic and catchy
tv o. e. \ You can't pass and not stop and
P f moving cDntain i dnmire the Clark window.
S M Ype ty lows in the All local Elks and as many of th-ir'
A &ythere are eno ae- friends as will should neet the trains[
Sd0 logh details prepared to convey the visiting Elks
down town. Everybody who has ani
-9~ ta Ul IREPORT. auto is solicited to go to the station and I
help make an imposing line-up. You
S l 3ml -Noom.--The latest are then invited to join in the line of
q hs M "morning nays a march do4%n and around the city.
Pos-adhIod sad many churches
d y churches Ke this in mind: Visiting Elks will
Sarr've Friday as follows: From the
Northatll:40 a. m..and 1:45 p. m.;
from the Soith at 3:21 and 3:44 p. ni.
You'd Itter clip this out for future
re ft'renCfrl .


ELt StHORT.
It ft It


I& elorcm that the
owi the Doe. Neof


Ignited Press
Marllorouph.
do. In the
Monday tkh


Ldw mk- It out Duchem of
Whtena it should have b,'rr
SDucbess of Marlborouglh.
O n of MarkUorough, who in
t n sw CoQs6ue9 V'and r',ilt, is
m wivA r e. Now let the world re-
ftm as normal (muct ius.

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The lewil Elks will ap recitee the a.
semlblinlg of a large delegation of Dlay-
tornitri to meet the visitors; they would
likewise be pleased if you will decorate
. your houses cif business and your homes.
l'lentv t f material for decorative pur-
pose. mariy be had at ('larks and perhaps
at other -tores.


I-
Another incident in the Latin American melodrama.
-Brinkerhoff in Cleveland Leader.


THE MINSTRELS


MAKE A HIT.


1


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b


Wilmnaus O)pera House was taxed te,
its full capacity last night and the audi-
ence enjoyed the performance by Co'-
burn's raterer Minstrels from start to
'inish. Manager Burgman of the Opera
House, at the ticket office, was kept a
busy man for two hour- to accomiiio-
date the crowds eager for seats, anll Ia-
ter apologized to the audic(nce for not
being able to handle the businet- fastri
and promised to t(o better hereafter.
Mr. Coburn 's a(gregation of merrv


songsters lived up fully to their well es-
A (lood Chance. tablished reputation. It was a jo,lly.
The houselboat "I aktota," and 10-h.p i rollicking presentation io fun and ~ring
a :nch is for sah.t. The owner is tied up and dance anti kept thet atidien'ti. in
ma Senator in North Dakota. Can be nlmerry mood aiitl laughter to, the veiv
I a i very clia;). J. K. BANKS, close. The Dail \.vws would .-ay to
tf Daytona Beach, Fla. those who did rit or could nt attend'ld
Last night to go t'iniigilt, it vill help yOur
i digestion and kteel' you 11 god'i temper
TER NIINSTREIS. fra month.
WViliians Op.ra l,,u-e witlI it- lerelliIICt
exterior illumuiiati',ii was surroUl!d1d I-c"
tlhr,.e sc(,loe of autmotbile's, carriage amidt
buses. The I, c ise, i. A ll \I tintii:tf-t(
arid .eiu ke'ep, \'ery e cliv%'rtftrtl'lc y hihe
elnjt3 irng the' t"" for hIaI',
see :ad. f,,r !i,:i:i,. .', I
WiH t'," (0 llr ,,


ARE TRYING


TO GET


THE ENTOMBED.

Two Hundred Miners Believed To
Be Buried And (ireat Efforts


Made To Reach Them.


CARS Of COFFINS I[ ROu[.

It Iti! IR

Workers are toeday'iia? i. *
forts to rt-acte 2U4I itit' l I" 0iL\ tt ih-
i i II e' tii t I kI r' :, '
hie' theliIude have hbt't iit.k," oI.~i ''l o
far 1''elurdit-d .i r:ecty liau': z-:oitd a
ca:r 1 ;L( I k i f c, 0 1 Is m ,a x I't pI t .'1! Io ;
I I I-t ii I his 11iornu :1; 4 l d I-It t I. 1
siiI ie' e.If all 1 .IiJ Llr-t. 1 i''%:S '..'



KILLED TURKEYS


AND MALLARDS.


SOLDIERS AND SAILORS,

ATTENTION! IF YOU PLEASE.


LM' STRELSYIS
'$WEETE ST
5INGEMRJt


Vote As It Stood Monday Evening.


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585,895
413,490
M 8.405


9


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I't f t: I4 I -
I ~uv


All Old 'ankees And Rehtis .\re
Invited To Participate In An
nual Camp [Fire.
Attention. old tl L ,!s 'a' i ..';!-
(of the 'late uipleasanetrlt.'llt \ 'i ;
most cordially in\ cited to ., (ac;npilr, t,
te give'- leby the' .1J HIi'tokt i ,'.-t, t. \
'H., on F'ri'Ia\ evenii,g J:ii:ltI'\ '.
19f(l, at 6; t', lc k, I. i l i t I i t: s .
alll dining roomli.
T he iii\ itatioe i~- i er al.ti .\ ',,
\%ore thiet lilue r I.' :, t r ,I, l
,,r ell -,'- 1i. lr i pr i i',>
' IhioH. S ('a e N. A '.'ir


IS BURNED


IN HER HOME.
If It It
NL i ; i. r --.
tliggin-, the inotiTr r ,f 7.Liili lit- i ;,


t fa Y .' '- I (:" ..1' .
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PRESIDENTIAL


GIJNS


ARE BANGING.


President Rampaging Through
Old Dominion Waking Echoes
With Strenuosities


THE JOURNAL


"RIPS 'EM


UP THE BACK"


And Rubs In Capsicum and Cblor-


ide of Sodium Under The


Callous Hide.


BEASTS ATID FOWL BIi DUST*. "THEN'S OUR SENTIMENTS,"


IB \ (' 1. d I' .
W'AShl N( FTON. Jan. :; !'r,,. l.-:
Roosevelt, is spending the d:t.y .- .\i: i.n
Virginia trying out his *Afri :,!i .!.
and dashing ov, r hills andl thriirnu i:-
derbrush with Admiral lIix.yv :itli 1r-
wise attuning for the :lIt 4il:':.' i Arii
can hunts s. (ll<.lile(. f'i r i;',. :I f'.'r r,-
tire'nenrt fri, prI'i-,; i .rnti:il i;i-
ties.


INSTALLATION


OF OFFI ERS.


A4t thc iiec't iin. 'I I.eL, t, I 1.6, ,
No. 1, (Order 1'aoicrn SMu 1. h.- M,1~
oeeriieHalal. 'Iule~'dav Itlght, t.14. I'\ i,


During the ('oburn Minstrel parade otfieers were ill.-t:ille.
T'ue'sday Vnlcn a horse belonging to J. H. Vorthy Matz. zi M!N \
F"uthli became frightened by the bandl son.
and broke away fromll him on Beat h \Worthlv iatii .Lnim-
street, juht south h of the city hall. Mr As.-ociate MNirnI -..,
Futch is a trucker and had his wageL i Smith.
loaded with vegetables of various kinds. SSeereLtry-. A. I1. (':it'
The frightened animal turned up Treasurer- M;r.,. Ida A
Oralinge avenue and thence up Ridge- C,,nductre>.s-- M:-. A.ir.
\\0 ,tl to Magnolia, we,-t on Magnolia te, A. ,ioeiatrr.--Mrs .\Ann
Baker, north on Baker to Volusia, an t_ C'tplanil-Mis. lMa lt-ta
%e',.stw:trlI o: \VI'lu.-ia avenue ,e toward I M.tr.-Aih: l M I :., ,i.-
ir,, .'. Hi. .- attiti .\-',g ui'np, :tijd pe l Ile later follhvi. ing the
tiict ain.c cotir.s evidently thoiighti t!er'- AIi Nlis- (':T ;,T .IN. i ,
hl.ii bet-'nl a f!I.- dcltribution 4fL carrots. luth -\:i. (i '.it.. II
"lii ti!',, "t*(' ;anid help, d themin.Mclv, ui E tli'i M r.. N 'dr., it : ,
or iiii Ma i a is r i
l'iC h., -, l,:!iii\ t.'ie l 1.i jU;ip the I'h.t A-- M ,.- s ,I t'- 1-
.'te in'., i lie II 1 1. 'e ittle ;lace, iI \.- \\ trdien 'It- .1 -' i




' 2 A :I' t ma r' i e 1 i, i i.p e I.Vt II. l .riii)t I' '
-A I I l L .


Beklle t1ar11ceer .'.'.'' i '


H t-i ': i~
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Ila%


hICHT "AONAWA THE SECOND$"

FROM NORFOLK TO MIAMI#

\rri~ C"% lit Ovtoua on Wav'o
stoot Iu i io.InCommand i'f Capt.


II.I


I 'I,!, r lihe .'igrjiticant caption, "Cheap
F'lail.r .\cl\,'vrtisinj'." the esteimned Day-
1:n;1 ll.lifaxl Journal, of today's issue
-trik,'s .,rtright from, the shoulder as
'lthere i.' nothing *so persistent as the
tl4rr,- cf habit.
"lr,r -everal years, as all the world
hi: known, the annual automobile races
in l'lorilah have been run on the IDay-
t,rna Beach course. The races have all
',tart d ;:it the Club House of the Florida
I;:; ( .'cuit Automiobile Association at
I 1tyVrmia I'each-none at Ormond.
( )rtloind hit. rio beach that the racers
kiare risk their lives and machines on.
'lii yvear tile Flag!er-Orniond interests
h;tve i,,ntribut.'d nothing toward the
i:.iiJd ,ju gr-titly n'ed,.d.
*"'L'h Jourirrl objects to the wolf ap-
efari iLi i e.,III p' clothing; to Ornmoni
-;tIii3 11 'Irl,-.r false colors; to the Hilagler
.i'cr'. t-, par:ljing stolen thunder; to
i ;i) :if4 verri.ing tf tho"e interests by
i!i l l.-iof:Pr pr,.- of F Irioda-the Tiines-
i r-,n, the .Metropolis anti the St. Au-
g,.stine Lveliiing Record.
',' ti C Ir.. -every one kn,,os, or ought
'. ". ,tll if hf -lon't thlo will inform
*. :. t!.,:~t t.i ti t le lonllyV to, liihricate thit
r, i ti.,- \ -:r hais b'ur-n ,,,ntributetj by
Iliytuit e ii-teririe. If any has contr.
f:' .t.- ,.r,- it. ii. only the small


'ls f 4t I
t c.: ~ I I I \ f'I g r I '& 14)1

i:y t.ti t'ri t' task for soe

t : : ': .i', irr e1l ) !rio N l4i,%
I) ,'u e, ''f st e I trheeni
4 th e erI lly t-I~
-o (:t,' th, r inm. .4



1~;~; )r 414.11d Wilt .
4' [ It k
.'~ Irec.'


%1 aV.Quarric.


'.~ U **...r i


UY i-w--:


Show The Visitors Your


A SCATTERING


OF VEGETABLES


AT WILMANS OPERA
HOUSE,


TO-NIGHT.

*ii*UUUSUUSUSUUUUUSUSUUSU


f t High School
IMf Rwifes
r Eaetern Star
P fcrgie Morgan


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4'~ ~~ .'ja .',


BADGERS


IN SESSION.


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Wides' -a


UlC*K EY MWOIDERIEU FlBBON8 NOTIONS, ETC.


.McCall's Patterns.

IVTH(6NY BLOCK.


Telephone W".


TAWA
~~ MAN-


I'NOW ON.

50 per cent.
InCMUN O ALL MO CINA.
f /an -tL OWI-HALr TUB
HKa. We bold nthlngl hek.
OM In ad takr ebohoe at Ia) cents
to e dollar.

Ail'S STATIn Y ST0lL


*s~j r- PS,~ ALU. ur


LIQ UIf
Aligator CGoods.


ONILY
UcLense 'dhar is t l c lr
IN thiOWn.


a" --I-a"~lJ'

-pa do t 1as bo Ou
md hee wifmd hoso

A *


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_


u_ ub::sz mu--, zmzmzzzcinCU ZZZU-- -- ---U -- --


FANCY


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


ANTHONY


VESTS.


$1,50 IT $3


BROS.


Who are never satisfied unless you are.


Fit.ELLA [JEVOY & COMPANY,


Ladies' Hatters,


No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,


Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,


HIGH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.


-~-------------------------""-----

___ ___ ___------ -------,,,,,,-


January Sale of


-- --


Clothing and Shoes


- -NOW ON AT


THE


BEACH STREET,


GLOBE


DAYTONA, FLA.


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Seedahreeze VI'. -o




SEABIIEEZE, Jan 13.-Major Rus- 00 Azl
sc ll wa.- enjoying his front porch \eester- ;o $ cA' -rA>
day. Hle says he fccls quite like a boy 2
for 7s years old. i
lDr. A. T. Bigelow is having the east
fnrid ofs Mo lot clear-d in order to set an j
o chard to orange trees and grapefruit.
Other improvements are being made. .*41 ..******4*00460*041*04
such as laying a front walk and finishing


int,.rior decorating, making in .uiiu total
tht ijc,'dted touche- to a very arti-tic and
cktllj plete hoimic.
M. L. WVaggoner h:v. I[pirciHas'd a l,,t
on ll;lifax ai,d UVniv(r.ity I oule\ard
ar: id- having it (.liftwcd for a building
this spring Thii. prop!crty lies- oti the
opixpsite CorIitcr frkm th, Armic-trng
t,>c1k(. mhich is al.zo bm in~e-arv'd for the
erection of tu;o ( ottag' s.
Halifax avenue lack.- abhut a bl,, ck of
connectionn ith t t)nllonlld shell road
T1i' council ha. in-tructed that this


ht~Iy b.tril, b. temtnor:irily coi\eced 'lIth
pile' '.traw for tOi' >)i%'(i[cti'ccl o)f auto'-
Incilile driving.
'I he Italian grass is 'ljite a suc(ce-s as
:i m\ititer ,odi. ese(.,'cially during raiiy
5' .- i s 1B. 1 I. \\ dward's river front
hi;ic is a ,ivasinsg inlstauii'c. ;ad the
('larendon grouiind.- aH those otf it. nlu-
Iner(ii.- C )ttag.- It will L initer..-tilng
to noIt' hlOw it -taidc- the t i uninier tun.
lThe tt,In Counllic'i! nlct in adjourned
('.S.iorMi .Moiiiayt" :,itiht ill regard t ,let-
tilig somii strev.t contract.-.
Mr- I'aer-cin :;icd daughter. Mi-. Pie:C-
m,,n. j,,imed Mr. I'ier-ron and Mis Wilii-
fred at the ('herokee cottag,-, after a
daiN d,.la' I; Jacksoiviilih.


I.\r r\o,(Kdy was 'tIut of doors ve.stcr-
,ii\. The tourists ar't enjoying the
Scecan iindl r.ver piers as a resort e het hrr
ichli'ed to the tishing sport or not. Thie
bus dr\iv tt, Ltayloua is very popular,
anrd tI. (curio, -tores a never eudilng
souIu( cf interest. After a fe.w days of
cloudy wcathcr ttic .-unisLirne tempted
the' bathers and the Ix-ach was well ipa-

.\lis Hertirt %\ icking i- guest at the
>i,ITnep If oMif.C I .ro ()u tt ainTu ciijovt.d the


NEW SEASIDE INN
ANT) Fl 'NISHE) C"'TTA(;I-:S.

Everything Modern,
Homelike and Conifortahle.


D)irectlI


v on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.
.,0 1lIl, DAY AND) T1.
fti t R


TaAYTA& IAIY REVS
P\bMsb'd ewery ev~ning. except Run-
day, frm Demetmber 1 to April 1. I
THK cz(IAZNTTI'K-XEWm (
T. K. IriT ruALD, Editor-Munagaier.
L- (7. DUNAUZ CRItY Editor.
0. R. HArISJ, LI j rculation Mnnoiavr.
~mo. F. ('moUSem, uperintende tit.
Entered aan it deld-e fl148 uivtteri Do-
cenottr I. 19M, tot thet )4%tofcfie 3st
Ibuylonw. Fli. undte'r t1he Act of
March 3. IW7U.


*Don't fail to hear the lecture it
the Armory, Jah. 14th, asest free,
music.
Charles F. Ismond is expected to i
arrive this evening from Chicago toj
accept a position in the Eric D.,
Mills barber shop, on South Beach'
street.


BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS
-Ai


+A ToMoBILF FOB,1 CHARIITE-Four- i --- -----0n---OW
cylinder Stevens-Duryea, hour or* F. W POPE
trip, call Morgan House, phone 110. Attorney and Counsellor at
Mr. and Mrs. S. Bennett ar- Law.rt
Aived Saturday night from Boston, i OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE. 0
^ ^ eI Teepon -- .. -4---- -
Mass, and will spend the winter Telephone 04 0
here. Mr. Bennett is a son of Cap- @ U @ U0m0lBO@]
tain and Mrs. S. Bennett, proprie- T. E. Fitzgerald E F. ',nt.-
tore of the The Tourist, on South FITZGERALD & OATES
Palmetto avenue. Three or four
years ago Mr. Bennett held a posi- Attorneys and Counsellors at La%%
tion in the railroad telegraph office Special Facilities for Examining ar,(
here. In Boston he has been in the Perfecting Lana Titles.
employ of the Postal Telegraph and Office in Conrad Building. 'hon- 12'
Cable Company. --- se ....... 0009 00


F,,i SAI.;-2-8 foot power house-
boat. H. B. Day, New Smyrna, Fla.
Free illustrated lecture on Civic
Improvement by the most noted
Civic Worker of the country. Don't
forget the date, Jan. 14th, at 8:00
o'clock, at the Armory.


FoRa 1RET-Large house,
rooms, situated at Silver Beach,
automobile club house; bath,
and cold, hard and soft water;
nished. Garage and servant's
ter s. Rental, $500 for season
quire of T. E. Fitzgerald, or
agent.


D oin gs '
at Daytona
Beach


14'
near
hot
fur-
quar
. In-


G 0. A. KLOCK, M. U.,
PYSICIAN AND SUROEON.
.,4"c.uciutei with K. M. Ferguson. Yt. 1).
I U
* Peialu a cttent Lull li Toi tc' I 'i .e Ic 'I
the F e. loatr. Nosca :i id T 'I'I, i et I 1
Fitting of f;Ici. -
41f11cc hour-c: 7 to lo' it. III..1Itip I 1p ccc,
und 7 to '4 p. mn. VihI)iuIit 25. 2 Icc41,
InuI mmmem.eee


E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
Kl-4pelc ,l cittetlttic ni to iI.':l }'.. I .
Throat ntil N<,-.r
Fourth Door West Postoffice
Phione 42 '('' n 11- :1 11% N-'..


any
tf ROY HOWE, M. D.
u Physician and Surgeon
-oo l A\ii i I4'.I(I)i. KiC .',- ,,io l II." '
I i',. [I o r : J 1 i %1. -' i ,
6i:3t to 4 |). l ii. reletphain 175
------*---***** $


Ringing the Sees~hfa 8sL
An American fatitly who had e -
rtenced the dfltcnlty of obtaninng ai
retaining the services of a r1a61a1
kitchPn girl while on a visit to Irel--
bc-ame acquainted with a promisnla
young girl and brought her back bome
with them.
In a few weeks she was installed tl
her new home and made acquainted
with her new duties. Among other
things she was told that it was coo-
tomary when breakfast was ready to
be servetl to ring the breakfast bell.
Hier "all right. mum," came In such a
confident tone that her mistress gav
the matter no further thought.
Thie following morning at 6 o'clock
the family were rudely awakened by
the violent ringing of the front door-
bell. Thinking that a messenger must
be waiting with some unusual mes-
sage. the gentleman of the house did
not stop to dress, but hurried down in
his night role and opened the door.
'The new kitchen girl awaited him. her
face learning with a beautiful smile
of triumph. BRowing low, she said In
her rich Irish rogiie. *"Breakfast is
read:ty, sr."--I.Los Angeles' Times.
The Wis Way.
"W\e should all strive to forgive our
eneiiiis.," remarked the wise guy.
"Yes; then they won't he so apt to
get :ick ;it rI ." added the simple mug.
nh[ q,iplrhln1 flpNnrd
S. F1"EL1.>)
Fo:rmerl. with lecss Bros.. FIfth Avenue am
.-iit Street. New York
I,.%3H )II 'd TAILOR
107 North Beach Street. Near
North Canal
DAYTONA. FLORIDA.

FOR CHARTER. Pleasure Yacht
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,i l I 'i! t\ .( icir c l'.. tII'| <' lgl iie'r itld r" tk.
c' V .r '* : l i I | t '. I'IIF I' li .N OWlUTr.



Automobile For Sale
Almost New Reo Runabout,
%with Folding Back
Seat.
\%II.I. CKV I:)lt I' PEOPLE ANYWHERE.


Accounts of Cht

Every cUl sdM have a
cot. The who
early traiUig in savmg slmaj
will acquire a habit that w .
valuable in later years.

Responsibility of Starting a C

rests on those who love the child h
offer the opportunity. Children's
especially desired. Four per cent.
compounded quarterly paid in ou
Department. Accounts may be op"
one dollar up.


The Merchants H
A. D. McBRIDE, President. J. B. CONRAD VI
F. N. CONRAD, Cashier.

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S"OUR STORE"
THE SPOT CASH GROCERY
i Two Doors MouthL if the Poatoumce
H. S. MILLER. Proprietor.
Yuu will save U-- by buying here
Lamaasas~psSSSSSZ


ICE Cni'l
Whether you wan& &a ,
Te I-pbohil 11.*01:~ R
ords-r I mE
TNIEJNUT Pam I
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. BINGHAM & MALEY


Cow


HAVE NEW STOCK OF


Lace and Muslin Curtains.


Make Selections Now.


Furniture,


Don't Fail to setPt Piamn ri kct!4 4m ad ies


IN FIR',I CiLAS CONDITION.


P'I


DAYTONA BEACH, Jan. 12-Mr.
and Mrs. Painter and Mrs. Hummell, ar-
arrived from the north and have taken
the Edith Brush cottage for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. M. Turner, of Oak
Park, near Chicagu, Ill., arrived Mon-
day, and have taken. one of the Stewart
cottages north of the Seaside Inn.
Mrs. M. I;anglin, of Macon, Ga., is
registered at the White House.
(;eo I'. Johnson yesterday launched
the new boat le is building for W. W.
Balkwt ll, of Cleveland. Oihio. Mr. and
Mr-. IBalkwell will start from their hotie
for the south next week. They expect
to1 spend the greater part of the winter
, rui.-ing iorida's inland waterways, in
t!ici: n.'w boat. It is a coinnnxiiouU
houseboat w ith all the modern cuoi-
v.n ienrce.'.
Silas P. Hubbell, New York; S. I.
llubbell and wife, Chamiplain, N. \.;
Mi.. S<'ltz, Mew York, are recent or-
rivrls at the Seaside Inn.
Mr. arid Mrs. J. M. Field remnainedi
,vcor t,o re'nt their ccnlvenient little bun-


HORACE STEW ART g;Ilow befo-e starting for IndianrIla
I)ATONA BIACI, l.OlllIDA.\ l'y left today on the boat I.ucile, and
I. r. and Mrs. i young, who have beenu
guc:,ts at the \White -House for aoniie
SU R F C R ESTi itic' alId are )popularly known here will
,|ic<'CEpy their cottage for two months.
StJr. and Mrs. Bailey, recent arrivals
t i. i. o:ijfort:,.i.. :&cili ifi), d, it', i lfriui the ncith, have taken the llibbard
'ior -'i' ctl? tcic c filial !ihli_.t c
(:,,, ;.', ,,' $-'., i", .1 l i c a I tw e'.'ahi cutl t age for the season.
I,'i t,,,:. ... .i cit -.. McLey chartered the lHoke
Sniii. I >r. Springer's bout, yesterday
I ciii ling for a bUtit party down to Port
he (rincS ss sfsena *,'reig. The guests enjoyingg the outing
Seabrxo =- /orgn. : Md'sdl iii%(te \\c4.ldon, Gage, Ham
\ i .. :. ;~!i, .,,i ,.,,- c' ,. \ h- 1, i 'and \\ ialen. lThe party started
t i 1 Lc ;1- L. *l i -1 llc lit I I. '. : ic 'l l u 1,
"-4 ?ii-" :t.I r i >' ..-i\. ;ic-i. t ,, l '' u r i th i.-hiug tackle 'e.
hc.li allci, ,lri t-' ;l! I- ,,:'-c.e. "l:t I:, ,!., I !the day ',lz i hey could ua k, and
I i.,i ; i ) I i.. 0 I .l tt... tht 'retl;e d well pleeas d with their
It ,I l I in L' cc- II c... .


THE WHITE HOUSE COTTAGES,


Rtm.,Ice- )) : ig h ii' cc tccc ..e.'. c '


M\' ai:cJ Mrs L'. E. Jeohnson and Mrs.
I: .M. Mall'rVy had a pleasant afterloun
:it I'-'rt lage l'u'esday.
]i ,, <(. IL. Par-oIjs returned Monday
:I;:c'r.O,'] fictin Mian i, \,her- he was iIf
at'. i.lc', itt litte M. I.. Annual Con-


SEABREEZE SANITARIUM,
OCEAN B()OL.EV ARI).
.- ; \ K l{ ', /.Z F I- 1i. 1 l', \
> t' | 1 f 4 'oP t ll>|<'tn'l N -1'-~ ~ i i 1 '
C. C. BOMANNON. M. I.. l)atonp. I h;.
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C. C. BOHTIANNON


lAVIONA. FLORIDA.
TI ccc %


CASCADE
(ilNUiER
ALE
Equals An-,
Imported
but is maJe
in I)ay tons
40cI"
dell-, red at
your home.
I)DAV FOA
Hoo U TI. iN40
%Owks
h. cc'.


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N.1


H. ELGiENE JOHNSON,
Bicycle Livery.
4 :1; 1 1 n :I '1 'c -
Bicycle Supplies and Repairs.
'11V- -? I c II \ cX I i ;i. i .
Conme and See.
\VW I'..T EK 1I "' I.N '' \1 1 1:1; i 'i:


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\, : li- I ;:is I ielits Genera-
Sr-. ~rl; ;,i' i, n:try Sp)rinigA arid all t(ols
W\%ill he sold at very low figure.
\\'Vint l'rger ar.


Doiv il \ w Uffice- I Jaytona, Flat.

114111,4.i I. Ifit Ie-IJplt
I p4 i f r 14 P4 ok t 1w.oI r e F l.


The Sv. rfec'Il
The Syracuse,, of.,ARINE EN-
IlI.Ml t : | -:R, ,,.,)n, iii ii. i K OXBY'S.
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THE PINEHURST p..I cc. t u11 r
DAN FN---------AC-


F()OLN IN CITY
LIVERY RA E STABLES
H4ACkS MEIlT ALL TRAINS.
ftie FINIST Tl IfNOLT5 IN DAYTONA
Blacksmith and Carr-l'go
Shop in Connection.
GEO. A. FOYk, Proprietor


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Instant Relief
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1111CATARRHTrial treetmat
0 DR~. F. Hi.HOUGHTON uToxturLt1ratry 3. 13 Broa, Now Yookay

I DENTIST I When


N U1,00), U.D. Meats


DR. EDITH B. st-iOFI \kiK
DENTIST

I 6o T"IRD AN, ESL E. Itth c


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OSTEOl()PATHI~
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\\. I;. \.I I.1 \ N, (ients' Furnishings.
(i kHR i %)RRS HARDWARE COMP.\NY.
:;-., i \\ & M V\I.'Y CO., Furniture.
i'! K l )i.\I)cIKS o CO.MPANY, Drygoods.


DAYTONA ICE COMPANY ^


ICE


Absolutely PmI-
Made from D[Id
\Water.


t Our Wagons make'Tnrips Daily
Sunday, to all parts d
DAYTONA, SEABREEZE. ORMOND and DAYTONA I
Ice for Boats Delivered at any Dock-Sackl AL
OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant.
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t prd ao pr a mi


SI0o the Irade Whi
WE ARE SOLE
| Famous Royal Scarlet

1! And Like P. T. BW
Advertise Unli
(CAL., ANN 1) GET PH
CIL\SlN(; 1':
O .o (u. I Y'.IAN,
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I.A.Cw" 1 JXLVN


o Like Good6
.M(WENT FOR THE
and Curtis Bros.
irnum "*Wer ever
ess W e Sho%..

I EA \V I I E I E.


Making Purchases of


(iEO. H. CLARK. Je.clrv and SION
i. (i. Z. (iro'% riK ct. PA

H;ANklNS I'he I)ruzmi-%


Be sure and get your votes in the

Bush & Safford Piano Contest.


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Mebmt raig a Ipseeift
Al fikft dam by iPsd
whb w a% md guma pa
aimt we do Osiash

tg.kef l ed for and deivermd
PHONE 28


GARAGE


j ~- mua'
-1ICwq
-Ass= vamp


ii Columbia y,
SIver Jobu IseI nd
S. B. GREEN 3 Njtional Wbb
Proprietor | 222 south Beach Street
i S Opposite Yacht Club


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'uiUTOMOBILE a:


Oar All-Havana nSmokraw a
specialty-larget and best
3 for the money.


F. A. BOOT


S-


THI


Af1


The Modern

pJ|, Seven W(


waw,


PIANO


-r Slamom

toosru; Ibetvb f
1* Sf. Bmedatr
Selo, ct r k

CCbfty, or

Yodern
0200"mMi.V6Mthrough
Mae~* W Iv. and In
iwAttlC"Ui'%.
a" grew fruit tnr.:
mmmeellmd; conk-
.1~gIu maud ternm ad -
VVUSSAgetO. IAOUI-.
AIrtIkq


Teen = m att in
ura t

UNs.
Ur ic ainm br rrere I
sa C mmaw log. M y
satb u.. aw r p"al t
.9w" tt havenot di..

MOUSE and
Lot In KINGSTON

PMM INAL CSTATT CO'P!tNt'. OH
10RIAAN S. DAYTON.
W T. Mc.LALXAN. Owar.


UtfS M RIKEWOOD
i na. B iilocdik ('olt.-


IIY 'n, Oentral Ite. Mlc(hlil;n.

.; Pr. S. HALL_
S Architect and Buildcr.
e 209 Palmetto Avenue
L)Daytona. tlo ritdcl.


PRESCRIPTIONS
We call for and deliver
Them.


Y rs MACY
I'Phoul 4 Be-aih ~i

Jit Telephone to No. 48.
We will do
the rest.
~~~6~4


CONTEST


THE DAILY


NEWS


AND)


THE GAZETTE.


NEWS


Splcereports more ad better, Daytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Slkre, kerws. Bstrd and Fruotl.


)nders


Ia)IMi's .i ii- i IBelllach.
One of Daytona r crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever et foot upon its smooth, packed
Ssands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
I drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
i 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 Pbld. Pellucid Hafax River.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-


Give 1oo Votes For Every tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom,
Dollar paid for gamey food fishes in eountles.' numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
S .and reel: her bosom flecked with duck
Advertising and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
or Job W oik bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed pt lican pc" 'h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk stl -g-
But on Subscriptions gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
give a larger number. ee the beautiful launches, spick and
;span, their hampers and lockers bulging
HRE IS A HANCE foR [VVERY with refreshments both solid an : liquid
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
surface Take out your field glass and
ONE INTERESTE. sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say


SUBSCRIPTION DEPARTMENT.
$ I.5"--One subscription, 5< vote
Club of five sulscript ions, 4,0M0) votes
hClub of tetn subscri pt'ns 1<1,N i), votes
Thenre is o, limit tto the number
I,f cltls etach contestant may secure.
"The subscription price of The
j Weekly year; The Daily News is $1.50 for
the season by mail.
wi- i 'il lii. \ l. *h% t'i,1 ihllntft'p. or fri'iin ts
wlii llli i t.1, ort' >1. 11 : 1 -lrl' l'\ t < l111oU 4l tr%. C11' 41
Re n e nerbe K .''.. ,Iu"'I '"'d
meitmlen SEVEN DAVS
oi'cl If to) eill, i dil.t .


... .... 1~ mm m m -~


EverytIh
Photogr

SlPECI AL PRICE
1 47.RD OZ.
PLATINUM POR
Icde+"4ng and RPutl
Aunteur Sone

: Anderson &t
I.lr~~~~~


1ing
aphic.

OF $4.00
ON


TRAITS.


u f ther

zClark!
Ith liBtrige. &
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Ormond or Ormond Beach,
EITl ER IS A DEIiHTI-'I I IPlACE U IN
W""Ct TO OWN OR KENI A HOME.
l. 1 t SS oW 04u 14 0%to ll W 6 t 1. 4 6: I ~, \' n ^ .. I* L ,. .' **" ^ t ,S ,lll t


MACON THORNTON
REAL ESTATE

ORMOND and ORMOND BEACH



NO MATTER WHAT YOU THINK
Of Buying or lhentili iig ill1 y flf l, a trl i I t.tt'

BE IT A CABIN OR A MANSION t


hIt will be to your advant-ai ttO Lk A th u '.lFarin il Truck
L and is one
* iNRlMAN I DAYTON


I


whether the


Halifax isn't


a tiing of


Whatever one's shortcomings and,
however indifferent or eve callous one
may be to many things, the mere men-I
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


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




HOTEL ARRIVALS

EF JjJ


the year 'round. You are reminded of' The Ridgewood.
Goldsmith's couplet where T
e .Irrivalst The Ridgrwood yes-
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid .... d
And slimmer's lingering blossoms are ttt'rda were: Walter R. Greene, Mrs.
delayed. W. R.(;reene and Miss H. M. Greene,
.of Saundierstown, R. I., and Stafford
In one yard roses of variagatd lieserstown R. I. and Stafford
",. ... I 'hilllpps arid wife, of Columbus, O.
predominate, another hou sholdI hae .. ... .0.
Se .i .. th. l i rildge wiIst. seims to be the rage this
a penchant for the poi ikettia and ..
t. p i atrd (Mn, arld every evening finds a nuni-
the premises are aflame; anodlier i.s Ind- 1
Ser of tailh's of cards about tihe parlors
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety is
the spice of life and here' is whre r you n
find it.
The birds flit in, and with their joyvlu.- Schmidt's otel.
Schmidt's Hotel.
notes help to give fullness uand syinit'-
try to the picture. l zito, arriv;ils at this popular house
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, l)a;- ae: (;. II. Mcl(;rery, St. Augustine; W.
tona yields the palm to nonel for ,lu;ilitv 1t Gerow, Jacksonville; J. C. Domnier,
and quantity per acre. Thcre are .< s Baltirmore, and W. R. )Darsler, Chicago.
of citrus groves in proximity to t the cit. i \illiam Rendsburg, of Brookly, who
branches bending to the earth with thicir i- a .-iiaso guest of Schmidt's, has es-
burdens of luscious golden globes, which tabli.-hed quite a reputation as a fisher-
for beauty, proliflicacy and all d(eirable ,1l1:ri, lite has i ade several fishing ex-
qualities would truly astonih I ursions in thte past few weeks, and al-
The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out. wi y'tl 'oires back with a fine string. Mr.
TI 3Td Mrs. lendsburg have nlade maniy
The seventh world wonder, do ou ,f: i,.Yl- ,i, re during their stav.
ask? Come, whether from Missuiri ,r,


from Maine. from Kalama/oo or from
Timbuktoo and you will be -hiwn '
Here is whelire world's records for sl ,rti
are broken with every recurring sta ,iii
Autos the biggest, the fastest :;id t11(
finest are on daily parade amid tii,, IiL
show is as free as the tpure :rt-ri:ti


beauty and a joy forever, and one of water from the thousand tl,,\\i'%g \\ iP-
the modern wonders. It is a continuous show wit' i oiut.tiiit llv
The Enchantingly PIkturcsque RidgJcood. shifting scene.
Everything 's, fr _'-i' r.\ r
Ridgewood avenue' is upon thre crest of t h a g 2(0-hors tpower,n and :-li cl..t
a: broad ridge, straight as the crow lies, of speeId from a center to two-inihl-:a-
and the wide-sprv'ading branieirts of the minute clip. You will y
heavy-trunkt-d lihvioaks extent their the spirit and wheny vou do the r etdl-
giant arnls across this niagnificetnt vista, and the be:ch are vo ours' lt id:t
forming an arch, and from these extend- sunshine is free, the b loimv otaim
ed arms great festoons of Spanish most breezes are free, thie l)irl- anr lt :iuirt.l-
sway as the trade winds from tropicseas and flowers are fr', the kl
fan them. l.ookinugstraight ahead down fountain water is frt. ail,I %oU \l iIl i1A
this wilite" shti'll stri'-t oIne' has the iln- to go down in your \v:tlht o i! f, i
pression of a fairy path with elftish dra- for the auto, aid ,ed atii Ian ardl
series, but as vou niove along and ca-t 'hiis is no fanciful ,ittuirc. it'- ti;
an )eye first to thOl right and tlrwn to tht. e. It i rat r t i
left you ste distinguished cottage hIinies aid hr the tr -it %H.
in tile most deligihtful se tiiigs. .ariniann ioll d v. ('tin .id -'] .
See the glistening leaf (If tile grand
magnolia which nature lias \varnii'li d as *^*^*^* *l g^BAB|^ (|BlHB|
no artist's ,brush ever could; and thie
cabbage pall.s with their burdens of g
showy fruit anld saying palhn.-: see tihe
lovely holly with its exquisite ,cerr,; see K O D A K S
th ,clibiing viues ruini'ng riot in the Films, Dry PlatCs,
trees.; ee thte cryiptogaenoi.- f,rrls which
gail a foothold oni tile great oaks and = Chemicals, M
tihe stately palniIs, anid surely yvou will
join in the chorus and .say tliat tins is a a Card Mounts,
world wonder for beauty\.
,urpasslng beauty ot Our 1ottagc Homes. F
No one of D)avtona', ,attractions, per- lTHE BEST KODKAl INISHINI
haps colniiiinlnid i.,nt're nearly unriver.-al 0
attention anld praise than dtots thr artis- IN THE CITY
tic cottage. The o\ier.s of thtse charIm-
ing villas litil from every corner of tlihte In Twenty-four Hours
country and they bring their o\n archi-
tectural plans aind build upon thtiin,and \\ :i\, : ,,
as th e architecture of (,ne sectironi of tli'e j 0
S' Professional (ioods at lackk
country dinth-rs troni the arc.hiitetctui of i
another so do our honics ditter in out- sonville lrickes.
ward apiwararI v and structuraIl beauty U a U
froin ,lite ali,,thi.i. 'Th- ert are i nn,l, nloto- I _
notus rows( of -trikingly" -,iiiilar iildiigs Le se sn e 's
ibut tile eye\t. as it s:\etep lby, i.- treated P
to :a kaleidosctopic chatige which kcieIm KODAK PLAC .
the iiniid wondering "\\ iat ili.\t '' Niext I) ,tr to the
It is inot only tire \(t,.-rior of imatly ,f Prince (ieorge Hotel,
tli ese tio ic8 t hat riv\cts att'enltin; \ittl-
in thy are idnids of -,llV iilaicnet, itd DAV ONA, I'LOKII-A.
tli- finish and furni.-hing i\ve evident e UEOEOEOUOEOUS*OE SIUOEOO IO
of tie ele'galnct'e uild cultivationl f t e :-_-e
Who worked it all oit. iindred it is tlt-
intlerior arranigein -t anti tie artistic
furnisliiiik and shlitiiig, nore thanlit'he flI
tteiitr appetalrt- that gi a slrpa.s- !ia
ilig charnii tot Ii t'ti. hliiit.. F'hii fea-
ture justly mlierit- s !'nI I c'" ;>i \\o"ldr [W a-' m or ,dt-r
number foui. -Q uI ,;


strectr*nrJ I rments the VMost and Iest.
W'hy tht! At'.thil, t of lthe I li\'cr-e

miiralble, the mosiit putur,:,sue natural
tettigt. of all tlihp (lit' it the iSoutht i
S- .. ...1,. 1 )..lt t litt T ^lll)r l 1 u f-*. t


Mrs F E. Bondl, of I ici Au Ire
her neice, XMi~ss I rotllv rri.
W~illoug~h~by, loj, areL'tilt ~-'


lespland Motel.
Ea:, ('rati .torn and wife, of WVashing-
tn, I'. C., arri-ve. at The D)e-plaid on

Bridle i.s very popular at thi. hotel
ti.is .-'.soril, a:id i numluier of guests play
dliirinrg the aft-mrroons aud ev\tiilgs.
A Iiurmller of the DItspland gie.st.-
t,,>k in thel 'loburni Minstrel p.formni-
:riic(r. at W'ilnieans opera house la..t
i"'.''i;iiig, imiaking the tript by carriage
;:itl autoiIobile
'l lith D'spland hlia i large iiuinler of
'.1.t.L'-ietnll thise d.luv, and every lay
s., ni. f thlem drive to Port ')rangii, Or-
ltidl, ai,dt ~onictime., \'wv Smyiivra.

I Pleasant Sheepshead Bay Party.
A i;,t, to tit lt iily Ne s Stieips-
i., I IId .L r olrt tle ileparturet of Mr.
.ill,! M rt 5r( d .l 1 i1(1 a dril fairliv, \%ho
-.ii!' <1 t!li- \v- 'k for l'lorila. Old friends
M:r;, iid i'i l its. ) ho wished theilt l bln
\,,\;' e., ; it fc,'linlt a little aRn\ious until
* i'",t r' .tnc ,s lirte tf tlieir .anfe arrival
:it ii, 1 .tvitoria. u here tlhe expect to,
s j, i !:4L rcriluiilird r of the litere.
M : I' ( ;;,idhlini anid her pop il.-tr
11,, i \ llhl i(laddi d ill Wtre al.ko of th0



THE MOTEL PERKINS

I'F-t ; IInt WAS V l Nt.ToiN STS.
lOk'I ILANI). ORE(iON
-uode.rn L.uxur at Moderate Kates.''














I '^ii. umln Local fiild
I *ii ] ; 'l' tin [ f. I t iin 'tvery roomi r
I A I ..ui I Ht -l,'r i 'i tio h tirc ia I
I t ,, -I;la M ld < i t). 'nfr ( ,tll ii tli
I ;i' ir- ,, "l',uIrl. It nlill ('llllll iin rfthl l I
|, ilt\ titl uTp. C'r]i i '"'ip'l id 'll t' .S !-
i !,'! il I m ook l I -t
PtilRINS HOTIL CO.. Proprietors
\ 1 %Ni. MIm11m'


THE CLARENDON

S A3RKKZZ. FLORIDA.

NOW OPEN

Cottages with Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Hot and Cold Water,
I Telephone; Hligh Grade Appointments, For Rent, with or
0 without servants.





I HOTEL DESPLAND I


a Daytona, Florida


Now Open for Season i9os-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner-and Manager.


SGreatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent. I
Broad Piazzas on all S Rilt.. ooirns fEnsuite. Steam Heat.
I Every Modern i'on ten iitce. Send for Booklet.
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FLUSHING, L. I, Jan. 13.-Tir-
9oew squabbling between eounl of a
Scaracter that would sot be permitted
in an ordinary police court marked the
omcdluion of Mclnty:e's summing up
address in the trial of Thornton J.
'Ralnrs today. Prosecutor Darring
broke in on Mclntyr a dozen time,
sad McIntyre openly threatened to in-
terrupt Darring at e'ery opportunity
when it ws his iaming. Melntyre spent
the morning on the testimony of Mis.
Annis. He directly charged purjury.



DEADLtIEK B


IS BROKEN.


SPRINGFIELD), Ill., Jan 13.-The
deadkek in the Illinois legislature wa.-
broken today and th( vote of the last
election canvaaned. A petition from the
Democrats for a recount was tiled in
each houe.


H.vy


I'"IM- I 'Csim
Youan an

TO QUAKE.
I'nlted Press.


NEW YORK, Jan. 13.-Guiseffe Cu-
trmes, a cattle dealer near Messina, is
the firrt ye-witness of the earthquake
to reach this country. He landed at
Jersey City this morning on the liner
"De Italia," sailing from Naples two
days after the quake. Cutrenes said he
was enroute to Messina to sell cattle.
when the train upon which he was rid-
ing wam shaken from the track and then
overturned, together with the station.
He was buried under the debris, and
dug his way out. He proceeded to Pal-
mero, and finding his family all safe,
continued ts America.


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TO-NIGHT.
VAUDEVILLE.
BILL FOR TIS WEEK.

Giere Harrington,
The Charming Little
Singing and Dancing Soubrette
I n H nudKet of the latest Rongs
and Ihnnees.


NEW PICTURES:


CONSULATE IS


RE-ESTABLISHED

SBy I'ltd PrVn*i.t
WASHINGTON, J lan13.-Orders
have been issued bythe State Depart-'
ment to Vice Consul Stewart K. Tuplton
to re-establish the Me.s.ina Consulate at


r a d' .. .. int ('atania instead of the former city. c
Naming Harvard's President.I ..
The supplies for the fleet are to be:
(By l'nito- Pr, i.
aa sent to Italy on the Celtic, and to (,ib-
OSTO, Mas., Ja. .-Te Har I altar on the Carmania At Bay Negro
vard University corporation today I the will)wditributed by the Culgoa.
placed the nDame of Abbott Lawrence
r ,,I vvall ivJ ,ec ,r nf riVP nt 1Y L-Pti


Chauncey Proves

A Good Detective.

The Thieves Den.

The Pawnbroker.

i .It' tulir Mntlnee Hatunlr v at .3 p. ni.


Admission 10c.


might 1..


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BOWLING


ALLEY.


Thim niost popular
liuidimHr ggunie for


ment. before the Harvard overseers as Wants to Know Rights. LADIES AND (
its choice for successor to Prnsident El- Un i'- -, Vr...i .
S.Atto.riioa ii :ana av.etiin
iiott. This action is csidt.rd t, WASIIINGTON, Jan 13-Senator |
amount to an election. BaCon introduced a resolution today to I
EiKSo ATTE-TI 'N a T^e r1 ascertain the right of Coniress to call,
E...,S E "T a r T a_ upon the executive departments for all
zette-News Co. has a nice line of upden than exuifra d'pioartntnets for l
k Cars. erhaps u ant a papers and infornit ion in their po -
S printed for installation. sion and addressed tie Snate itn sup- ,
lvri" Irinted fo(r the installation. .
........... port of thr' r-siltitn. LOCA L I
A Reasonable Excum. .I.. .
"BrlkigeLt'" id Mrs. Subbubs stern- Steamer Cherokee in Commission.L I
ly. "breakfast is half an hour late
again. The steamer 'Cha.rok,." h ,nll ts been
"Yis. mlini." returned :rldget meek- thoroughly overhauleld,. ,,,itt', and put J'. .. r .
ly. in condition for the .ea.oii- luin-s. r.n ra. .
"vtt (xc.use have you t.,, offer? A new, and somewhat higher railing ad r.
Yotu kaw I tlld yl that Mr. Sub- has been placed around thle upper deck. Vn Meter. of Sprinl
bulties uti's-t "it"hi ttt e "rly trains .and and this is reinforce'ad Nith ttro ng, wire season renters with
punttu.,la.I it I. caui'a t is ba.-tiulely ra Manle. on First avel
.-,". t"lynetting a% all extra safeguard
ne...a..ry. said the lady. "The "Cherokee" was taken ,ut ,.n a: tv. Caroline Bai
SU 'ue a n 0 1 ,v o r nlc p nm e .l f a* ] _a i, -,,u
ur(ti__._t ab sort trial run Monda;t and lae \Vilh Kalamaz(xo, at the
"Tl.ht l ni, ,,xcnsc. said the m18- make her tirst trip, to Ntw Snivrns a next nielinber thle date, Jal
tress A'I cave. \,u an alarm clock Thursday. During the Ial.ance ,f Jan-1
only yesterday." uary she will be put on a regular sch,' l- j 'has. ('ok, a win
"-t know that. lim." I ule to, Touioka river. riakinig the trip (,oi ()rnionl, %as a pleas
"lld you ind It up?'" Tuesdays and Saturdays la)il}v News office thi
"-(i did." t'k's lo,,ine is in Bu
"Alnd didn't It go off?" \lierec he hlas extew
*Sure an' it did that. It made A tar- Praises Halifax River ()ranges.! Iirt-lidsed tL!
rltl n'ise." '. A .lori-i ., of Catski;l N \ lh i lt I ri(,nt and will i
"Then n h% didn't you jret upi'" 'has been in the 'itv a,,, ut A a ,t I, itt little illage his futu]
"Sure. nilin." rsksndod Brid,..et tear- f Ton nt
fully. "It was thhat lin that' nut mde -- toa Iii (;Gar;
all the throulil.. 4i niver ahlhti' a st year rcased an -gr t, l,V NIvr week. Six-
wink all night %taitin' for It to &1, off. near that of J. HB. M .- -,',i-, :,, l.
an' whin It did O,1 'i that toaIrtd 01 i Hinky has sinrc ilbet l.,ii ;:Ig af:, r it F p -stger Welch anid
couldn't move."-lliarper's V W eekly. for him. lH it si: *I11 t.,:,-, u ,f it- *'nire flor cliarter,
.-- --. appearance and tn. r ..r V,. l s- tr s ii. Iali\le.
To Cur. Wrinkles. add 530) young trc.v. t,, tt!: or!.ita! liDr. aniI Mrs. lhirl
"I.(,k at a paral-i if y..u think grove. Mr. Jais..-. .,, i ta. I ., ftuit Jr-ii. \ iho liave been
wrink-les Incurable." ..d a bIeauty do- says u'rl \ '. r llort's i
tor. "On the sid be h Is lrn!yz7.ed ll i u aae. f ur lIa. \. ,'aKie ,,- :r,. w
his wrinkles dihtalpear. ''h,,ugh he e u|icalualed for -l Jit? : iIl l avenue
silty or seventy, his profile on that appearance anili i, artitnti vn y \avi! i eks. liNae departed
side Is the profile of a .youth. So the him a grip full full ',f thl ;t ia, il-' :i,ut'I' at M11iltn. Wis.. I)r. I
paralytic shows us how to aure ,,ur ataning otheil tieal.-rs -t, 1 :! \\:,\ Iit..r Mnldav andl Mrs.
wriukles-nawaly, by keephintg ,ur fa- as -:amplhs ,f fri t fr>';, t: i ',.,, cliillren jiuing himin
elal mnus-lea sti: If we keel, our fIn's fruit .-u.t a- t1..\ -,'. :> ,, -\- Ti'u sav. Mrs. uird
In perfect repmose, never lautghng when ,ha Ih,-ir riarlk.t'- a i r. Lanlgwslrthv
the comedian slnrs his best rtinK. ner-


r weepliing when wife or sweetheairt
de.s, we illl have Uo wrInkles %li.t-
ever. The skin wouldn't wrinkle If It
were not exposed. The skin of the
body Is munch disturbed by action if
the mum-lea underueath- sa at the
knee. far Instan'e yet this unexlKoed
skin never ritnkles. Not bltin ex-
Iosed4 to, the a(td Influence of sun and
wind. It hafs not lost the oil and the
elanstlcit of childh-,od. Arid that's
where I come In with my creaifis anid
unguents and massages." New Or-
leans Timnes l Iemocrat

To Philip Sober.
When a woman whob, asked Phillip of
Macedon to do her justice was snub-
bed ty the petulant monarch she ex-
claimed. "'Ihilip. I shall appeal against
this judgment "
"'Appeal! thundered the enraged
king. "And toI whom will you ap-
peal':"
"To Philip F ,ter." was her reply.


GENTLEMEN.


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BEA('H MTREFT.


ITEMS.I

Flint, of Syra-
and Mrs. C. C.
field, Ill., are
irs. Lizzie M.
nue.
rtlett Crane, of
Armory. Re-
n. 14th.
ter resident of
ant caller at there
s morning. M1r.
irlington, Wis.,
isi ve interests.
e Vining grove
make the pretty
re winter home.
age, cars stored
rvlinder, seven-
four-passenger
hoit4r Or trip.
tf
ick and chil-
Oc'upying D )r.
ettage on North


Wilmans


Opera House
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Coburn's Greater


Minstrels


TO-NIGHT

Admission 75c., SOc., 25c.
Children, when accompanied by
parents, FREE.
RH erv. TRANSPORTATION SERVICE.
IhWaitnon Auto iand Livery His'. I..n.Il
trip inv_ 7 p. m.. wiaa ; 7:W1o p. m1., i_
Ault mniin ni Hnk i I-'.
Bout Hrvie-- -The Iliixit." fooit..f \ I, i-
!An avenue. 1.'k-. romial trip; 7 p. iii.
7:11 p. nk. To I'aliiii-iflu P.ridi...
For PrIvitoeatiuveyava 1i.is Im .
4Rml t aNti-"Tt* i B -ll" -t i riiiu Htip.
start at7 p. 111.


INDIAN RIVER ORANGES
Cholce t Grape Fruit and
nontr att-r Tangerines......
-clenu and trlighlit- i< so'al> (ir rti-.
BOX TRADE

ORE H. MUNROE
GROWER AND SHIPPER
o36 S. RIDGEWOOD AVE.-Ulaytona. ha.


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


'GATOR MOVIWGi rI1VL I VRIFI1M

PITIIF lOII W II TAILO R


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TO-NIGHTI
Complete Change of Progfrasn
Every Night.
Attractive Pictures Well Worth
Seeing:
Illustrated Song: "If They All
Had a Heart Like You."
Kindhearted Policeman,
The Dog and The Pipe,
The Curse of Drink.
A Jewel Of a Servant.

Matinee Saturday, 4:30 p. m.

000G00 0000
Ml;~. P'. a1. Ii1V.. PlANI?4T.
SHOW EVERYv NIGHT
Admission 10 cents.
I)Doors open at 7:00 p in.


BILLIARDS AND POOL.
\ ,.- ii:,- t iit i, lXiill;ta rittl tr4. piea s-
: it it : '! i i iIrift I t>-alli InIe' of

FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO


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| ** OI O Mr anal Mrs. Chas. Crews, who
i rj II Z ihav tec ien visiting their son, L. G.
K ^ t LOD A K jr- (rews, of Kington, left today for
S l.' tliir h ,.,,le at CGenoa.
jINISjILjIN IV. D. BradIshaw returned Tues -
SNI lU Ia fr,,n a ,bulsiiless trip to DeLanl.j
SMr ra isliawv went over to the
itiv seat on Sundav. I
,BY UPTIO IATE M[THODS, jt( 'I.t U (P .r L'Itsteran1 three daugh-
Sttr-, -Mlisscs lutli. Nubieand Louise,
All Prints Made on wtw.-pt last winter in a North
^i Peachli street ,nttage, arrived luies-
.'elox. 1av fi Atlanta for the winter
LET lS'ir' the, present tlieyi are guests at
IlET IS SSI "()\ W )' II V ) 't,. II t. itre itHouse.
TO .T.\AIN Ti'.. BtT lt,. In .w Shear to la moved thuir
Il t SI LTS F' '\1 '" al 'J .,-' I\, ,oailyke ta) the vicinitv of1
K,)DA K. Y it ('i al, wiheIr'. they will place a'
S ,I; v yf iimetal for a I,lov at-
EVE% L i [rIllN ,It; ll iti 1\' \ tij,,11,, ,t f, r M S. King, as an an-
S.. i he ( 'riser After thisl
1)A K .ER Ak .\\ A IN F ;!, [la.teal they will put Ilt
1 i -,II,, ettI tI p;lin for the shell
S1 ;ix' .!.. -.. ;::we ; it the 'ncle Sam

Gardiner's Ull I ir ; !, :, L;,. Atrt. Ilil-t trips ea.-fier
O "dflld i '.' M .\'iki,->. ,, ii rse andl las-
Store.n '":" ~" .' 'ni'.e w is attend-.
Store. ''! 1" 1 etkinaii luring his
a allr at the i ailyv
VI\. :n, lin mrlilng aad stated


for sCveral .. --
for their home
iurdick leaving; Mr. and Mr.
Burdick and (laughter. Miss
inll .acksnmville I Dennie ;anld Mrs
lick is a cousin i wood, S I) m;
i trip Tuesday.


I t i t


I, ~ Ir kTwian was getting ala tug
2' a' I '.alI, :lU ab V eI .i ~ ut In,
f a Mr. Adkins,
,iIIIt hi, vIa iatv as he
If-,' n At 11,11v J[1lland


Will be here Mondray rd Tl
January nith all #2


MINIA RULL l I SLM O M AU


Order your Suit Now and let it come when you wMl I K-

Display of Woolens will be the largest ever -n i8


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