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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 14, 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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Zvwy EveminI4 zmct q Dw bodedbeamber Jaainr .am bruai. aind karc 4 at the ?rttmWainter Reaso tla Friud.
rMlifa eredwas ueshm w Jtr Desamlr 1, IS at th U POSSOfl. at DAYtw lt.,, uder U the At Of ueOh l


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DAYTONA. FLORIDA. l'HLUKuAY, JAUAY 1T4, 11909


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SS.oH. OOVE

CONTRACTOR.
Sediaeo anml Offlee: Hortheat
Oorner Rldnwood and Vol usa.
Telepboe i Il
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I S N. CLARK Riht Goods at I WETTR rm
It 2 Ia OPTOMETRT ricesi *I Rih P.e
IIW Wam u, em ve tmJt-r-t. co n InC
221. MAGNOLIA AVENUE Eye s F Fi L. ROWE &CO. GRU0EMM M. CL
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A.SWUNTI


Ws S IN


SMOLEONS.

Shows His Interest In Daytona
And tier Future By Contribu-
tion and Otherwise.


EBTOI ALL IESTII AN6ND IEUIIAT

L 1d O'clol Mrs. Car- Contributions to the auto and areo-
of KaIainoo, plane carnival are still coming in, now
ai f at the Ar- and then unsolicited. Adam chants
i lt s ofat the Civic and his family are spending some
of ihlinon ClUub oo time in the city for the rest Mr. Schantz
be civic improve- needs; be takes a decided interest in all
matters pertaining to Daytona's present
Ih"lm hs i hearty accord interest and prospective good. It is
prllmlee and hopes such interest in the city's prosperity
We- i evening may that prompted him yesterday to chip in
$100 on the automobile races.
eraty conceded by Mr. Schaitl' Daytona friends very
i f l Daytona that it is much hope that his sojourn in the genial
fl rser t cities in soft salt air and inrlgorating ocean
i aire did marvels breezes may brace him up and equip
Slu gave l it the finest him for the a'rluous duties he assumes
lMl; haw m ia e threw up j at his Ohio home, where his large and
yall- da in wavy ridges; varied business interests keep him on
ut the broad Hali- the alert all the time.
de sowf the swell to the' He has his interests well in hand from
m itaguniieemt forest the fact that it is well organized and
lMr -s and attractions efficiently manned. The splendid or-
Sof wers which might be ganization of his Daytona holdings give
i w D' aytona irreistable evidence of that though they are small
, VWHk sil this is duly appreci- in comparison with his holdings in Ohio.
id ptuetA is exquisite it must He and his family are resting quietly
o d that the acme of per- nt a cottage on Second avenue and if
*-- bm y has boee reached and things go well fie will remain in Daytona
hls dW emU aitmspioely and rest on for the season.
1Wb. OI the contrary every one
dl a butler and more attrac- AC ORDI
a ma I st keep everlastingly ACCORDING
Il i-aunce that every. man M_% A IIiU*


who owas a piere of prop-
Sbaita5 of the city, whether a
ia b. house, a dwelling
m rounding or what not
r it a burning ambition to
tilSI e N or mun twe most at-
e df property in the city,
"vM 4B would be the result five
OIYb e? Daytona wouldn't be a
i Chow from Paradie-: Visitors
this way would not want to
I bi l; the extreme Southern
I Iha aI ds and Cuba would not


ToU EAIIIU.


After having met and gone over the
Various plans submitted by the different
i architects for the proposed new school
building, the committee arranged with
I Architect De Garmo, of Mia ni, to work
out the plans ia detail. Since the
plans submitted by Mr. DeGarmo came
more nearly meeting the ideal building
4V. hm 2n mml,"A__ _'A 1- J *.._ -


SPEAKING OF STEAM ROLLERS!


A GREAT DELIGHTE


SCHEME OF 1


COLONIZATION. DA

Duke L)e Litta Proposes To Bring! World-Traveled Bi
Five Thousand Colonists and I Church Declares Da
Settle In Florida. Prettiest Spot oi


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YTONA.

MopoN M.E.
aytona The
n Earth.


BIGGEST EVENT SINCE TURNBULL1 HE NEXT 0GES TO EUWRK


THE SHAH vs. ENGLISHMAN


SAMSAN KHAN. WINS


IH]' t'ii'ln ted l'r,'sI. i
TEHERAN, Persia, Jan. 1 1.-The
Shah today began his threatened move- I
ment against the revolutionists who set
up the provisional government under the
leadership of Samisan Kahn by sending
General Firmau with a large army
against the revolutionary stronghold. It '
is understood that the foreign legations
htve asked their governments for pro-
tion, believing that whichever side
wins in tee pending struggle the lega- !
tions are sure to be. killed witli refugees i
from the defeated side.

SLIGHT AUTO ACCIDENT

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON

When Wheel Came Off Car Owned !
By Harry Quigg- Ralph Quigg
i.-..:c-0.


pi-- plans tne loca luiomiitiLe uau 111 uuuu i uiu u.
is keenl alive than that of any other architect, they Ralph Quigg -as lei,. te r tles
y ews is keenly alive enteredinto an agreementwith himto scratch and bruis-cd, anil the' front
glb y! cbarm of Daytona it is not perfid t the plans, making certain altera I s of the Candillacd and tai, ,ll.t
Sf some ofits shortomings tions, changes and additions which they al o a i,'ca or
by Harry Quigg was pretty Ieoily
It may be the province ofI taught would the better meet the Day- twisted when that car met with Ill ae-
evi en inw to point out'a rewi amn(
%bi e i t p i t Vlla reqluiremlents. cident about 4 :30 Wedincdav aifter-
Ieolteoming and suggest It is worth noting here that the local d caused by a 4l Wed t ling aftr
d qsd icRt way out. board ha? not yet let the contract t,'without Wrni
d in construct the building to Mr. Dltsrmo without warning.
i eh maeaClarence Braceyv was dri\%imi tilt- car.
towr n d she has made a! That is a matter for sulbseuent action, and Ralph ruigg riling witlh Imi m the ,
L tih l sive study of The contract with him so far is only for front seat. \hen going w,. at h Iunillt i
di ir. s theby ahtain in tcre the complete working out of the archi- on Magnolia avIenue bctete 1'al-
Ll Olll tompanrison shecn tecturl plans mnetto and Hidgewmod avenues, thet
.q r tlpasctiUon and gi\.ve usi hen these new planss are submitted nett fore wheel caRe t ithut wart-
mlld point out the paths to t tthe scbool board it w.ll be in ord.er to ig pforecwheeipitaticng ti axle lntt t wthe
i bitalbe and to greater g lory. float the bnnds and close a deal for the sand in the street, a it c.ino thit
tpvlmneont is a big theme and construction of t.ie schi'o building. chine to awing around t tlice righl \\itli
NCilA in said to handle the quest ion A number of c tizens interested in the great force, slightly injulrinig 1 alph
Sway. matter iave gone ahead of the school g ra force statd. !. inuring Ral
ri Rell making a long run from |I,aard and heave' abglut .csmnpleted the Quigg as ru fr t stated.t .. y eurne binr
~~a. ad will go from Daytola to nal building Tt is expllnilalaion is meant scratched, atd liis right tullbe
HLcLieity to deliver a course to, arrest their attention anid Lk then scratched. andIt : frtigh: t ti t :lr
MLcitXe sprained. It was fortunate ticat Lifctar


te set,, shw d" ,wn a little while the board
ta a larg and reresnitatie I piutv i few, lick, :uI3d calcite-e ulp with
greet Mrs. Crain this even- ,.l,
I" Armory..
.- fo t po h e 1i i ,,:1 I i ('h I i'i ;- F otir-
S SLF.-298 foot poweTr house- ,.vlindl.r Stv venis-l)lryea, hour 01i
Lc I B. Day, New Smyrna, Fla. trip. call Morgan louse, phone l ItI.



Vote As It Stood Monday Evening.


l)ANTON A


65,745
545,895
S 413,490
dQ A mf


was going at low, .%ped'tl, clililminig the'
blight hill at t )puilit. I.lHad thi- itl, t
b. een so a more' seriou- ;aceceil'it liiiight
have been reported.
i W ith the aid of a l ip <,i e i] ne iiI
the neigh borhe od tIhe- ( r \.ar j;tc'k, i lie
* and the wheetl tlthat li;ad gt i i .e;tltiy v .
ti finally located inr the dtri\e.\\.i\ I..w twV! i
ithe A. 11. Kling iand t<;c \berlin co ttage'.



KERN LOSES


TO SPIVELY.


AMERICAN


And Carries Away Her Millions-
A Jolly Gfood Fellow, D)ont-
cherknow.

$500,(N IN WEDDING GIFTS.


l\ I'l'it' NEW\ YORK. Jan. 14.-The lI.:,rl iof
(Granard, King Edward's Ma.str of
Ihorse, was married to leatriit A Mill-
this afternoon. Miss Mills i, the dauhlitcr
of Mr. and Mrs. .1. Ogdenii Mills, (,f the
New Yo-k lankiing famicily.
T'lie bride hasa fortune ,f $ I ,(00,(,i III1
The wedding took plare inll the' .ill.
ni'isiion, the certeoiitiyl I-ill ptrfif r ith'(!
by .lmnsih ior L.:ivell' tf St. l'.Ltilhk':
Cathliedral, the groomn I,'in a ('; ltlclirc
Th'le Iride was giveni a\\i v Iy ler
father. Thlie best man wIs lin. I 'on-
:dd Iorbhe-, of I.onden.
T[le value of the w('dli'i !'' O i;t- i-


DECORATE,


EVERYBODY.
It It It
"len4o orrot w \% ill \v itn.e.- tx, : :.! i''
I)ay'tona o ef a larle' (d le-: ii :, ,f \ i- ,: cf
l'.lks fr ein a li ilel er if I l 'i I : -
e'st ta l it,'t alld' -:i\\ -t ,w :'-
()ne of lhe ci.st lht 11A ,: t. i :t,: 1_
-'leeiuld lee' th, e i- I !C I' t I *i i
hlitu- -' lril :-iW ieiiz A II,' v,, \' .
Tliis v ill show i' n ritte t l.: i ..
spirit whv ich i-i ,- e i i: .the .. ,


A ri adly a iiuilc'l '! .i it ,' ,r
wie pre riii t de)e r.e '.r,'' I i i' i \-
hec' ted hact lI v ilil t' *, ':r' 1 t li
t rc'e't fri l t I ill t rN't1 1 T i i\':
ict lire'.
I on 't ],se ~i 1.l i ,. t' ., .''
\ ,,u : e b ille I ', r ti. i' -'i : '.c
t'lep, t tou tccei e it% \ l'tth : 'i,.l i :
-('(c',rt tlown' t(owtn Thi- N ;' I, i .-
, i:ilt,'-d both it h t ie I,,;i 1. I b ti 1- i
\ i-itiig e ,'l,'g.ti, .

l\e( Killed, T !o \\>iundtdl.
|. e I '. I 1 'r --
('I I IC A( ;( I ja t I T'e.'-oe'I .1 '. K I cI


r, p,) I o'~i ,cflI .a It-I, 1 't1c 'cec4


pop- W -- [1. 1 eeit -1 R' ev. 1). H. Rutter reached home
41 lbofe PARIS, Jan. 14 -It was :.:i\vn out to- Tuesday morning from Miami, where he
i t-.. day that the Duke le) I.itt:i. vh O owis was in attendance on the St. Johns
va Florida estate of thoiusad of acres of River conference of the M. E. church,
fruitful soil, has declared that lie would acting as secretary of that body.
^ --IJ = make a colonization offer to, the ic(ilyanl Mr. Rutter states that Rev. Herman
: t1earthquake sulterers. G Porter, who, with his family is ex-
"' f I ie proposes to accel,t :ii la-t .:,000 pected home today, has been returned
Survivors with their famnili,1 :audl %ill, :t as 1 district superintendent of the Jack-
____ _________A- quickly as h<.e can arr:age reI:ttlt:er. his s onvillt district and will continue to
-Donahe in ALvolnd Pain D I American estate, tra;ii.port tIl.4L to the iiimake his home at Daytona.
,new soil. vwhprc theyv \ill ii,,\.,rt tl:,. Mr. Itutt r has also been returned to
wastes into pxt,.-ii.c \in.,yt:rd-, nr- Daytona, which will be good news to the
I AN I chlards, groves, farIs and ;ird<,rl.: r msly friends whom he and his excellent
SAIt is the Dukc's p iurpl,e l ;I--i~in < wife have made both within and outside
MRS0 ANNIS many acres tIo a;ih iira, i,ii( Ii dilf 4ti, ,,f the church circle.
land to be gi\vie to tlhe' .3cthlr :lili thle Rev. C. E. Parsons is transferred to
other l'alf to retnaiii thr piirl',rty of til l:Eustis and RIev. W. L. Barge is appoint-
Duke. Tlie land is to Il, u.-,l :,Aik, :l, ced to 1iil the vacancy thus created at
IN LIMEwl IGHT the settler is to shlre: cir..;illiy ith, pr,,;it, Dytona Beach. Reverend Rutter is
Sf Ri with the Duke. pei-oIIally acquainted with Rev. Barse
l and speaks in the highest terms or him,
JA (iood Chance. b,,th as a man and a minister of the
F'I.US1INGC, I. I., Jan. 14-While A ood Chance. ,,s,.
Prosecutor Darrin summed up, by her The houseboat l)Dakita," andI lI-It.p i'ev. and Mrs. Rutter had for their
sobs Mrs. William E. Annis occupitl launch is for sale. The ,'wne" i"tli,. i II" ) Tuesday, Bishop Earl Cranston
the center of the limelight in the Thorn- as Senator in North I)akot:.. ('.I le and \Mrs. Cranston, who were en route
ton J. llains murder trial this morning., had very chap. J.J. ANKS, i ,,i Miami, whe, Bishop Cranston was
Darrin without eloquence reviewed the tf Daytonia ta Ith. I. pri1 M iai h.,.ip the St. Johns River
evidence at length. Hains showed the '.,rifercnce, tc, their home in Washing-
strain of the ordeal. He was plainly ACHT tBi, 1). C., where he is resident bishop.
nervous and for the first time showed Mr. and Mrs. Rutter took Bishop and
ft.ar. -Da)rran was asked by Justice vi 1 CLUB Mrs Cranston on an automobile tour of
C'ra;e to coinplhete his address by Da Iytona and they were toth delighted
::00 o'clock,suo that the case canI be EL M ,||W w\vith the city's beauty and the bishop
given to the jury this afternoon. l ellhired it to have been one of the


CARNIVAL CONTRIBUTIONS


STILL DROPPING


IThe Committee Reports Quite a
Number New Names Added
To l.ist.
lihe i. riiiiiittee e f the Flolrida Iaist


uAdAu'v a w I I


Ti'he ,' inriuil ,lect ei,,1 cf <(, ,,I it,,
Ilalifax iKivr Y h!t Ault r. .1 i
club house' \\'e li L'sI; iii t '!il -
follows:
('oii iieleere' M~ ijj A I' I f, ,
V ice C' l I (' il: i i 1 1 I ... ; :.
l'rtesident S. I.
S .cre'tary- l 1 i. lln:i., I I,'
Treasurer- -rI. N. (',,ir~i',
lTru:,tee -E. 1 l 'o,,.! Ir I' .
Bennett, .;. L'.. I'u') r i .1. !I : A :


A.tc'e iclleui' associatiun i- l it bu.silyen- (;. 11. CIirk.


'':ce';i il it collecting the sublscriptions Regatta 4 ',Tirtm' V .
. 'i i f, -r ii ): Daytoia at,- ,,t .riiiival I Colins. I\. A.
:1di I;te'>. (iorgb (','-In \"vi"i r.
'L1;' fli,, ug iii eritributii in aldi- I i\v -tiL ttii r I *
;itcii tce tlitic-c already publihsieed have' Sriitli. ('. I <,.: ,.;,:
nle ., i i;>l( :h Thlie Stillimin 14 : E';. 1). v .
i \\. l;. t.' _',, additional; F. If. tardiiner "ocial ',iifl ; -
S:1,; I.ite r Sivm.i 20;; ('. Nash & Son A. 11I. S in .i-' 1: I.
', ('. tl tl>.i1,e rdl .15: Th iornas v (yirnia M, asir r I I \'.V
.1n; .< ige' Srnitli $.'); The Willhner $.S;
\I .. .m i.iellew, '[tie l'arkinson, $.'; 1'11. | \ 'I I \ li
L.,.ili- .Adl!, r 5l.'1 : ;ulf R efining Co. $.'50,; zette-.\ e s (',,. i;,-
St.,l~tri l!h ('11. $5i); Laudede Nolan I'1lks (Car',- I i ti
-c,. Il'. t ,' ,,f Adlami Sclih itz, electric f,.' i, ric tit f, r li !i'
S",1l i>c:t:, ; .'i); .\lau c hai S n'lia tz 450.
li.c i .p .i t t,(t:l lec ril so., ile i% hat
: .;. '; t!.,' ;til l!i! re',uired by the .'
i ,':, .;,' i,c :l;,i riii'e onltrnihiuti li are '
l,*_" ci\ dci r i' l W > .* ,' '


SIc


ii I; ,',
t i ,
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Iri t:10t d:I Vs of his life. So pleaded
%W.r% ite th:Lt it' lia. decided to visit Day-
t S1 ;:,r i-hii,. althoughh lie has traveled
:i1 (.% # r tthe'i, %,rld, finds Daytona a miost
*:tt r:i< t Ic \ r pla;, andl the prettiest lie has
I %\ r -(e11.


I 'i.-lII, 'r':ce t,,tli in ablout three weeks
::.i will lc':\ve for I'urop where he will
S-i, :%t all annualal M. E. coriferences
';. ire g the year.


THE WHISKEY IS


BAD IN OMAHA.


S'I.\A i! A, .l:n. 1lI-Ire a :saloon brawl
I : ri riig Altert ('lark. ,f
I' ,t m :i'l killdci P'olicenianl
i I!. : .. ,t a girl and thr,n
,-, f Ki i,. trying to, Iscape.


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PRAYERS FOR


CESSATION.


! !'", ':'- -


i:' \ I', .I.,,. i -- l'rlayer.rs are' h 'liig
: t!:- (C'ieiI lies t,)day fr)r the ces-
,' : 2 ; I, .e Ih t ." ,. :c itll n lit c the Sicily and ('Cala-
r. (i icoUlit of the iurior-
.: *,'- If tliW e .' i'c ,' thee priests order-
'ct., .Sltilr'.S r iv',rs ic f the disasc -
.... .. II ... ... .....1 1 .


. t V';, -MW I X I


5!t


15 Colma per W-


AlMr& Car.-
a. Umdw Aus-


I


- HighL School
RfaMes -
F~msern star


11~ 15I r :I :


J(OtllSSED


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StLAOC, EMRROIbERIES, RIBBONS, NOTIONS, ETC.


"rk


i-j


WY~MAN
MEMO


McCal's Patterns.


Telephone 102.


NOW ON.
50 per cent.
I m ON ALL OUR CMINA.
Tha s mans Jst ONE-HALF THE
PRIOI. We boMld notbinglaheck.
. em In and take oholice t 1) cents
-@ the dollar.

UlI rSTAIEY STfRE.
~m~mm4


a OEGPAST, ALDSO IM

Alliator Good&t'
Wu ARl11I
ONLY
Ucens" edw:lew in the c"i
in thi liM.


-mbr -r the~ Ii. J i. -2p 0iidm.I
ned -a wi~hsr -r c~ll
F oW

= MW -


. 10


FANCY


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


ANTHONY


VESTS.


$1,50 T $S3


BROS.


Who are never satisfied unless you are.


IwM ELLAm-- -- --------- OMPAN
I ELADOYCMY-----------------


Ladies' Hatters,


No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,


Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,


HIGH CLASS OOODS, LOW PRICES.


-----~---,------ ------,----- ------ A
---------------------


January Sale of======


Clothing and Shoes
-- NOW ON AT -- -


THE


BEACH STREET.


I .1 -- .. -


J. B. Case was in the city from
Port Om&re Tuesday.


B. K. Watson, of Milwaukee, is
*topping at Wm. B. Reed's at Day-
tona Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. James Caroell were:
Daytona visitors from Orinond,
Tuesday afternoon and evening.


STIE AYTEN DAILY NEWS
Publiahed every evening, except un-
day, from Nc ber 1 to April 1. by
THK GAZITTK-NKWM ('10.
T. E. FPIrIlALo, Edltor-MannTger.
I. C. l)zKMAUIx, City ,Kdltor.
C. HARRIS, Circulation Mtnnal,'r.
ORO. F. (riourc, Superintendent.
Entered as necond-class umatt,.r l,.-
crmtwr 1. lI9l, tit the' ixMtomffve tit
DsytonH. Fis. under thin Act of
March 3, IW9.


BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


tA TOMOBILlK FOR CHARTER-Four- iBLi n- J
cylinder Steven-Duryea, hour or
trip, call Morgan House. phone 110. ------------ --o
Wm. B Reed and B. K. Watoon F. W. POPE
left last evening for Isle of Pine Attorney and Counsellor at
The Reeds have several tracts of Law. ourts
Practice In 8tate jud Federal C'ourt s
land in the Isle. OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE.
r. Telephone u
Mrs. David Karick returned last 2- -o*ee -m


week from a two weeks' visit with
her sons and daughters at Miami
and is again at home with Mr. Kar-
ick on Beach street, Kingston.
A.AUTOMOBILE EOR CHARTER-Four
cylinder Stevens-Duryea, hour or
trip, call Morgan House, phone 110.
Richard Jones, of Petosky, Mich.,
who has been with R. C. Adams at
the Sanitary Barber Shop, left Wed-
nesday for Miami where he has a po-
sition in the Elks shop.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Piepgras re-
turned Tuesday from their trip to
Palatka and Crescent City. At the
latter place they visited with old'
friends of Mr. Piepgr.s, Mrs. David
Carnell and John Hawkins and fam-
ily, who have handsome winter
homes, and the latter a large orange
grove. Mr. Piepgras says Mr. Haw-
kins had navel oranges which
weighed four pounds each.


1: Doings
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E SeAm '4 at Daytona
News III ^Beach

J I I I i 11 D I)AYTONA BEACH, Jan. 14.-The
bEABHEEZE, Jani. 14.-Mr. and foundation work is being done on a new
Mrs. A. R. Clark. who re-leased the Glen- < 0, reside
wood. moved out of the hotel yesterday AA -,, % .street, south of the Bleekman property,
and will spend the winter with Mrs. l for Mr. Kittredge. The contract was let
Florence Johnson at her river front r to A. E. Mason. The house will be a
home. Mr. and Mrs. Bowie. who | two-story, substantial and commodious
leased the house. take posse.sion today. one and will be an improvement to this
The Glenwood is well located for winter 1*se-e-e-s -e-e-e-e-0- 0.gp4 end of town.
business and will more than sustain its .. .. -. F. Phillips is improving his apartment
pirese-nt high standing in hotel lists un- I.*ll tr E *l^house on Valley street by laying a ce-
der the management of Mr. Bowie, whoni I Vlll INN m t front walk and sidewalk.
i- an experieneed hotel iman of Maine. |M Ill I L l l r. Davis of Atanta, who has spent
NEW SEASii|IDElINN
Charming little Miss Margar-t Farrell I eleven consecutive winters on the penin-
gave a prettyte to a number of her AND F!'INI.SI1ED CUTTAGIOS. Isula, is here again this season,a guest at
young friends at the home of her par- RThe Pinehurst.
ents. on Halifax avenue, Saturday after- Mr. and Mrs. Campbell of Illinois are
noon. Hter guestL- were Margaret and Everything Modern, aniong the late comers. They are pleas-
May Gamble, May and Harry Hague, Homelike and Comfortable. antly located in rooms at the Bishop
Dora and Norma Williams, of Daytona, apartment house, Seabrreze avenue.
anrid Helen ,Gray. The childr-n had a Directly on Atlantic Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Austin, who are temlpor-
dlendid time. Surf Bathing and Fishing. arily at the Bishop house, will move
A new cement front walk has ju-t Dinto their new cottage on the 20th.
been laid at the horn. of J. C Buckland. $2.50 I': DAY ANI) r. The boat party which included Mr.
on Valley street and Mrs. Thomas Beach Roscoe each
Miss Martha Mullett and mother, Mr, and Mrs. D. C. Young and daughter,
Mullett, Mr. and Mr, l.uke and a li- HORACE STLWART Virginia, returned Sunday afternoon
ter. Antoinn.tte, wer. gu Mrs. Brown fora week.- cruise in lithe was a very pleasant one, entirely with-
waters of the Hlalifax and its tributaries, out untoward incident or accident fromrn
T1,y made tl.e trip, which was.a picnic UTR R ET _start to finish
>-.cai,,n with no designsagainst tt i<-ish. U C -S Mrs. Hunter and little son are spend-
in the lItly lu. a iImodern bmat w-lI j i,,u. i. tili Iw.n Ilorolgihly r,- !t:| for all .such oca- ion.. and had a i w.,lI ke.p. t, oi<.ibiLNriti., Iin l li I .'i iictt 'i Mr. Iawlev had an evening at the
;orf !.urfl~illit li iii^ m l (1.hiliH. ( e ii i
,T)-t e vj,, ballh, uting. iL t.-, s. ItI., t I-"r '. ilea.-ant hornet of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
N\>l1lrt NT R4. S. V:. 1144 V. t.H ,4 .
Whi;e his miistri 1- were on parade Il1T.%t.. 11.. l,., ij.h.l le-nnev Tueeday, and the family and a
.veterdayv. or t)luv at the oera house .... nunilwr of friends enjoyed a musical
Tiiaking arrangcim'ntQ for the evening's e ening. Mr. Hawley was trying out
entertainmentt Mr. Coburn was busy (j#t YrinceSS ,SS'en some of his new January records.
about his home on Valley street putting S arer.e J/orda. The little Ballough boat, occupied by
in a go d day at tearing away unsightly A ,till.,,n. ,ni fr:i,,. strt.'tir,- I- L onnie and Emmett -ims, and the oue
III lig )--%% 11 1d, i l ';illiita r'x p l ll:l.I I 'is ,
f<'nps aind vinesl and getting his front rooinia: anll inr.i.rl ,',,nv. .lli i,-,.: L,'ict--n belonging to C. A. Kenney, occupied by 4
lr dr l r .Ady for fillinp' *nd g~rading. As hlli'h Hliild ,Ir ;n,-nr o<','an: I.' rz,;. lr-oull~l-: .
yard ready flor filling and grading. A hia,,,: r.,.., c '-r ,ElJ rg.-i 8 iL p-I the Courtney brothers, collided Sunday
soon as the fill is made and ground lev- .i.l AI. for ,-.NE. Ahr .. afternoon to thedetriment of both. Mr.
eled new e-ment walk will be laid from K !___ ,-.. K'rrienrrev's boat had been on the ways at .
the street. Aid this is a good time to the Root dock for some time and had
remark that the residents,,f VaiZ y 111 ltl H01 OTTA S just been ilauni.hed and was turning to ,
street. in eluding both t)eniisula tow-n. -- s tart down river when it lost or broLe
nre doing themselves credit by the stani I,. IT,,N\ NiE \11l. FI.A. its steering gear at the psychological ,
:.eV are maki ng for good Mid.walks, ii. r- .. ....'.. .... ..... 1 1 ...., ....... : .... im-hil" oi.i l i lll r.iln, ..i 'I... .. i... l ... .. .


T. E. FPtzgerald E V. e)at,--
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Special Facilities for Examining and
Perfecting Land Titles.
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 12,


i o. A. KLOCK, M. D)., :
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ,
i Aoc lnted wltlh K. M. Ferguson, .0. I).
Mpet'lil ttenttl ln l giveni I ) to Iisis' irf
thel' l ye fEir., Nos# irlid T Thri,t, ; iif(l
Sf'rlttlii olf (a;tg,. .
Offi t'f Hours: 7 to Ii. lit.. II to I. ii.
i 1id 7 to N p III. 'hl, "-:5 -'l 2 I,.i..


E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
r:a llt't-l al nttittioti to I t* 'ift tl ? h:. ,".
Throat anlld N.l'.
Fourth Door West Postoffice
P tlo It <';ill 11 1 ,r,,it,


ROY HOWE, M. D. :
Physician and Surgeon
Ot lf llid Re-hld.'ilc : I-'.:! i>. l Wi4x i AVleiiU'.<|)|. pp.lItILz'Ai,,, l l ,. I
I M cc Hours: 1.4 to 11 f. in.: *- t' 1 ;:i: l
to6':.11t o p. iI. Telephone 175 *


SEABREEZE SANITARIUM.
OCEAN BOlLEVARD).
SE.AH tilt :. K F. I 1 ; I \.


orp. tif e'eeIpt.-li! 1Nur- III :.W,:!;.f 1-.
C. C. BOIANNON. I, Da. I.. I)iautcna. lH.
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C. C. BOHANNON.
'3Aysician and Survcon.
I~m ei e Ii \ It h, xt -"1 1
IJAVTONA. FLO)KIIW%.


CASCADE
(INGER
ALE
Equals Any
Imported
but is made
in Ivytucna
4Oc "I,.r
deli ered at
)our home.
DAYTONA
HOTTL IN(1
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EUGENE JOH)NSON.
Bicycle Livery.
(' l i.'u ., II'llI I11' 'I


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Bicycle Supplies and Repairs.
Come and See.
W SF. NT 1N ',) F(I-NTfr \I 1.1 I',,,,


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Using the OnpportrIty.
"About the most resour ft yews
person I've encountered In the rel
tate line," said a PIttlburg maU, "e ;f
from Ohio. He secured a place With
a real estate firm. The second eveinf
he was In town one of his eo-wotln
Introduced him to an evennlug gatlr-
Ing at the house of a well known
merchant. The company. learning that
the newcomer possessed a vol-e. invit-
ed him to slug. He responded with
'lome, Sweet Home.'
"Everybody was surirtsed at his l-
lection, but as it was well done he
was heartily applauded. Then be isr-
pri ed them some more.
"Stepping forward to the center of
the room, be said:
"'I'm glad you liked the song. There
is nothing like "'IHome. Sweet Home,"
and let me suay that our firm Ib selling
them on terms to suit and within
twelve miles of the city. If you don't
care t4, live there the fact yet remains
that it's the chance of your life for an
investment.' "--Kansas City Independ- '
ent.


An Early Risr.
Mrs. IIlcks-You mean to tell me
that you have a servant girl who gets
up in the morning without being call-
ed? Mrs. Wickes-Yes. She's In love
with the milkman. Boston Tran-
script.


S. FEL)
rmcrly ulth Hess Brs., Fifth Avenue aId
31st Street. New York
.A1)IEIS' TAILOR
107 North Ieach Street, Near
North Canl
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.

)R CHARTER. Pleasure Yacht
"LUCILE,"
irtpi -tw% ,i ft.-t ,ve'.r ill: II foot after ldeck.
ith itliin,_'. lIe, r p rwrful t*ngtlll lind
i 'silLitll 'ili : oni('0111l,-t lv iqulppetl for
-ii"-, 'i: IliIlni l mInuit.'r. f l. r .(<'. HBerth,
I; p rt \ (if foclr tI.slile'.s e li lir r ismntl (ook.
,r j:l1-.i ;upplI\ eto H|. ('. T l i nm Nip. i2 1 iL' l llai FIl.


Automobile For Sale
Almost New Reo Runabout,
with Folding Back
Seat.
\I i. C-\ I'R PEOPLE ANYWHERE.


Accounts of Chil


Every child should have a.
count. The child who
early training in saving small
will acquire a habit that wll,1
valuable in later years.

Responsibility of Starting a ChW

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


The Merchants Ba
A. D. MrBRIDE, President. J. B. CONRAD Tim
F. N. CONRAD, Cashier.


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Telephone 1o. V'7 S
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..BINGHAM & MALEY C


HAVE NEW STOCK OF


Lace and Muslin Curtains,


Make Selections Now.


Furniture, Under


\!'i,,-t N, \ Tir's- (;as Lights Genera-
, ,- S.U(-{)!,-e!-t t-ry S rmnugs and all t'ods


' Will he sold at very low figure.
\NV;it larger ,':lr.
S',i! ii or drss:


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Dal v N ews Offict' ID)aytona, Fla.
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FOUNTAIN CITY
LIVERY TRANSFER STABLES
HACKS MEET ALL TRAINS.
THE FINEST Tt RNOL Ti IN DAYTONA
Blackamlth and Carriage
Shop in Connection.
GEO. A. FOYE. Proprietor
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DAYTONA ICE COMPANY I

Absolutely Pui-wo
C ^IMade from DiaL
ICE Water.

Our Wagons make Trips Daily,
Sunday, to all parts of
DAYTONA, SEABREEZE. ORMOND and DAYTONA
Ice for Boats Delivered at any D)ock -Sacked or L-
OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant. PlI
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i' To the Trade Who Like GuC &

WE ARE SOLE AUENT FOR THE
Famous Royal Scarlet and Curtis Bros. 0

And Like P. T. Barnum "We Never
Advertise Lnless We Show."
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ainmn111 InAR stant Relief
emLAIA1U1060000 Hz31""' care,
Tril tr tVMS$
eJ1d fre.
0 DR. F. H. HOUGHTON Toivo Laboratory, 1 "3 Broadway, Now yok'
0 DENTIST: When Making
0 W -il.. 11-,1 a W enMa in
PHONK ;- 'dW t ht V ld 1:
*U..@U0meU..4@0U 000 8I0 r U. M1.l)ON.1., Meats.


DR. EDITH B. SHOEMA\KER R
iQ~i )DENTIST I
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60 THIRD AVENLE. Telcphoenc p


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M.1. H. .\L I.IMAN, (jents' Furnishings.
(iRI fI~.R MORRIS HARDWARE COMPANY.
:iiN(i\l & & M \AI.|IY CO., Furniture.
PI CK Ii NRICKS COMPANY, Drygoods.


NIXN. lA(CII STI



Purchases of


(i60. ". CLARK. Jeelrv and Stia


1." KINS, The l~ruuit.


Be sure and get your votes in the

Bush & Safford Piano Contest.


GLOBE


DAYTONA, FLA.


"OUR STORE"
THE SPOT CASH GROCERY
Two Doors ouib of the Potomtlce (
H. S. MILLER, Proprietor.
I You will mave f- by buying ber
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MRUL TAOT COMPANY. OR
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4'abiu a vamnt lotK htft
^vn -a. A flou locution for e
UW @L. IM0M. Outrafl lake. Mlchilgan.

E. S. HALL
Architect and Builder.
O ew 200 Palmetto Avenue


Daytona. Florida.


*ar Beach Property
bomp U rooms.: rneern ime-
smeaintgaroptt S.oiI't olH etihax
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WESCRIPTION5
We cmil for and Deliver
Them.






AJM TdeOph.e to No. 48,
We will do
the rest.


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CO NTEST


THE DAILY


NEWS


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THE GAZE-Ilh


Truck Lands.


S. DAYTON,


Lumber.


The Modern

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Day*M *-** M- ft- Oc- 11 Br
One of Daytona P crowning glories is
her ioomparable beach. No one who
ever at foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
eyele over Its expanse; no one who eveI
drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
lened to the popping of their steel shoes
lupoa its aspbaltum-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 PcMld. Pedlid fthifa x River.


Where think you is water with more
NEW S picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
lve o V -otes For Ve tior artistic cottages with roomy ve-
ive oo Votes or erys looking out upon-her bosom,
Dollar paid for gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beekoninga as it were, to those with rod
and rel; her bosom flecked with duck
Advertising and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
A which sit about as if for the sport of
or Job Wo Ik bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed p1 lican pc-.h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk ttt-Ug-
But on Subscriptions gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
give a larger number. See the beautiful launches, spick and
Sspan, their hampers and lockers bulging
IERIE I A CAiN E8 FI VEY.V with refreshments both solid an liquid
ULL 1 M E Im H LU I ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
Allf IIITrD R surface Take out your field glass and
UONE InTULELMEl sweep the river from Ormoud bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
SUBSCRIPTION DEPARTMENT. whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
$ I;5 -One subscription, 500 votes i the modern wonders.
ClI i) of five sulbscriptions, 4,000 votes The Eachamtigy Pcturesque Ridgcwood.
Club of ten eubscript'ns I ),X,(0 votes Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
S u.. mb. era broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
Sherue is no limit to the numer and the wide-spreading branches of the
of clubs each contestant may secure heavy-trunked liveoaks extent their


The subscription price of The
Weekly Gazette-News is $1.50 a
year, The Daily News is $1.50 for
the season by mail.
ililtItng vot,- ly litnldidat.c or fr 'i-lldt
VVitlhlll tilt stores dintrlltutlng vote i Is uu-
d<.-lrlloh' i1 t lt- Proti rtlorm.


remember! Ailtli4l SEVEN DIvs
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giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these, extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
this white shell street one' has thi' im-
pression of a fairy path with elfi'li dra-
peries, but as you mo've- along and cast
an eye first to the right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage Ihom,'s
in the most delightful settings.
Q hP& 1th t .l.,i,,r, I,,f f flip rmil


I pe reports mmawe Md better, lAytoom
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Sqarr s, ow. ra, ds m nnd Al.
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
Goldsmith's couplet where
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid
And simmer's lingering blossoms are
delayed.


In one yard roses of variegated lihues
predominate, another household have
a penchant for the poinsettia and
the premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety is
the spice of life and here is where you
find it.
The birds flit in, and with their joyous
notes help to give fullness and symmne-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, I)ay-
tona yields the palm to none for quality
and quantity per acre. There are scores
of citrus groves in proximity to the city,
branches bending to the'earth with their
burdens of luscious golden globes, which
for beauty, proliflicacy and all desirable
qualities would truly astonish
The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out.
The seventh world wonder, do you
ask? Come, whether from Missouri or
from Maine. from Kalamazoo or from
Timbuktoo and you will be "shown."
Here is where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season.
Autos the biggest, the fastest and the
finest are on daily parade and tlhe big
show is as free as the pure artesian
water from the thousand flowing wells.
It is a continuous show wit li constant ly
shifting scene.
Everything goes, from a 2-horsepower
up to a 200-horsepower, and all degrees
of speed from a canter to a two-inile-a-
minute clip. You will probably catch
the spirit and when vou do the roads
and the beach are yours. The Florida
sunshine is free, the balmy oce'ani
breezes are free, the birds and sqlllirr'l-
and flowers are frte, the sparkling,
fountain water is free anit you will hiav,.
to go down in your wallet only for c(tiin
for the auto and bed and board.
This is no fanciful ipicturre: it' :>I1
here. It is drawing either tli ,u.:ltlt
and holding them enthrallcil, iw ill
charm and hold you. Conic and s( .


magnolia which nature has varnished as 00000699609W0000000060000
no artist's brush ever could; and the m
cabbage palms with their burdens of _0
showy fruit and swaying palms; see the 0 i
lovely holly with its exquisite berry; see Ai 1 ,
th climlbing vines running riot in the Films Dry PIates, 0
trees; seethe cryptogamnos fornls which P
gain a foothold on the great oaks and a Chemicals,
the stately palms, and surely you will 0
join in the chorus and say that this is a 0 Card Mounts, 0
world wonder for beauty. 0 *
nurp.ssing Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes. 0Il
No one of Daytona's attractions, per- I HE BEST KODAK [INISHIINGU
haps commands more nearly universal _0
attention and praise than docs the artis- IN THE CITY
tic cottage. The owners of these charm- U T
ing villas hail from every corner of the In Twenty 'four Hours
country and they bring their own archi- a
tectural plans and build upon themn,and 0 w. hi,., t., ,i- ;I iii, *, .
as the architecture of one section of the 0 0
EhProfessional (ioods at Jack t
country differs from the architecture of Professonal at a
another so do our homes differ in out- a sonville Prices. :
ward appearance'' and structural beauty a 0
from one anothi.r. Their' are no minonoto- w i
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings i l 03 U
but the eye, as it sweeps lby, is treated U
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps KODAK LACE,
the mind wondering "'\\What next" Next Door to the
It is not only the exterior of many of Prince Geore Hotel,
these homes that rivets attention; with- 10
in they are models of convi-nience, and AYTONA, FLORIDA. a1
the finish and furnishing give evidence 0I IIu1111 b1111111ltlem
of the elegance andl cultivation of those
who worked it all out. Ind'ed it is thti
interior arrangement and the artistic I
furnishing and shading, more thai the; I
exterior appearance that give' a surpass- ;
ing charm to Dytonu a homes. Thlis fca-
tumbrc ustly our.merits lromine'nce ae- wonder; ,4L
number four. wondervn


Streets and Pavements the Most and Best.
Why the Architect of tlhe I universe
c'hos to give to D)aytona thi. most ad-
niralle, the most picturesque natural


setting of all the cities of the South is
not revealed but that such is a fact


Graham Thompson has hal a ,,al-
vanized iron awning erected ablog
the front of the Opera House lilock.


HOTEL P
Surrounded by w
Stream. Protect
weather. It hol
moderate rates a
tig a long stay.
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Sgusts froi ALL oold
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For booklet and rates
CK Palm Beach. i
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ARRIVALS



and Hotel_


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THE CLARENDON


SKABRIZK, FLORIDA.


NOW OPEN


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


W\. E. Coates, Jacksonville; Ed. Celli-
son, Philadelphia; Carroll Walder, Day-,
ton, Ohio, arrived at The )espland yes- i H*T [ WI
HOTEL DESI

The Ridgewood. Daytona, Florida
The arrivals at The Ridgewood We- 0 Now Open for Season
Ies(hay were: Mhliss S. H. iulmor, Mimss
M. F. Simpler Miss T. J. Hulmor, Rev. L. M. WAITE, Owner ar
II. R. Auld, Hlallbort, Pa.; H. It. l'res-
ton, Jacksonville. Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine
Several guests at The Ridgewood took road Piazzas on all Sitles. Rt~ms Er
in the Coburn Greater Minstrel perforin- rn ( ience. Sei
SEvery Mv lern (onvnien ce. Se
ance at Wili.ans Opera House Wednes-" T
(hay night. a
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The Prince (eorge.
Among tith arrival at the 'rince
(,eorge yesterday were : Mrs. J. <(ibbins,
1. F. (;ibbins, Mrs. M. (Gleason, Atlantic
City.
Several guests attended the Coburn
Greater Mlinstrel performance at Wil-
mitans Opera Hlouse Wednesday night.
Bridge Whist is a favorite at this
hotel, a number of guests spending each
,evening at the diversion.

Blunders of the Types.
Ever since the Introduction of type-
setthing errors, vwelrd or comical, have
eluanatcd from printers' offices. The
inistake l s are not always to be hliuul
der(.d on to the compositor, for bad
handwriting must be taken Into ac-
count. lHere are a few Instances of
actual blunders collected by a proof-
reader In the course of his dally work:
"Ills ,lulshilng bride" was transform-
ed Into "lis blustering bride."
A major was stated to have "served
with destruction In the army." The
writer thought lie used the w,,rd "dis-
tillcti( ill."
"'T'le (;;lley I Love' 'nas the diescrip
tlii i f n pil ture entitled "l'he (;alley
S!; ,e."
Spea:klng if theatrical folk. a critl,
write that "'t earl\y il have huslbands
or \I \'. I'1 i i-paragr:ih Iprlinted(
relad "liitdrlds oi(f wives."
"I'litev .s:ilhd firt three d:ins around
the caplse mid timiily ,slaughtered n
siii.; ll II t liaii shlihould have ieen
"'s'-'htit l ;i a i.rn'll Isiln d '.
()ue lniore fi 'tiiclui liti. "lie tiikes
delight Inl tl;illi ) on hlis fIaln!lv shaime"
wNis it shliaiieftll thing t sv y whlien
"f.ivtrit. tli*itell" ias Ii'e:ait.


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At te eetin of Live Oak Chaptr, (By I'nit.-d Pr-sl
N., 1, Older EAm" Star, be d at Ma- YORK, Pa., Jan. 14.-Detectives an-
nakc Hal&UTuesday oight, the following nounced this afternoon that they had a
afw were insta ed: Omplete confession from Harry Keener,
Worthy Matret-Mra. Mabel William- Ithe farmer accused by b Mi laura Tau-
. "sI -r, his housekeeper, of killing a strange
Worthy Patron-James Carnell. man and interring the body on hi. farm.
Aftociate Matron--Mrs. Katharine Keener claims the killing was done in
,it., .self defense. According to the authori-
SFe tarv-A. H. Carter. :ties the stranger, having come to the
Treaurer--Mr. Ida A. Peek. house at night, demanded admission un-
Codduetrew-Mrs. Ag M. Seaman. i der threats of death. Keener killed him
Asociatrew-M-r. Anna Ohi. stand interred the body next day in the
Chaain-M-r. Martha H. Carter. orchard. later he dug it up, hacked It
Marshal-Mrs. Ida Maley. to piec~ and buried the part-on various
'sections of the farm. Keener :ays the
STAR P NTS. girl assisted in the" burial.
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Ruth-YMias Celet Hinka.
Esther-Mrs. Edith Shoemaker.
Martha-Miss Annie Heath.
Electa-Mioe Graee.Thomasoo.
Warden-Mrs. Sarah Herman.
Sentinel-George F. Smith.
There were two admission to the
Lodge by applications and one by elec-
tion.
The Grand Matron of the State, Mrs.
Jeannette E. Grether, of Jacksonville.
will make an official visit to Live Oak
Chapter, on Friday, January .'2ud.


MINE LIST


A PUGILIST'


USES GUN.


PHILAIDEL.PIIIA, Jan. I--Jack
Blackburn, a colored pugilist was hell
Without bail today charged with having
shot and seriously woundt-d Al-,nzi, Polk
and his wife Mattie. M.aude Pillard,
Swhelte, was required to, furnish bail to
: answer the charge' of assault atd iat-
t -rv.


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IS MOST DISTRFS&IMC


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SWITCHBACK, Wi. Va., Jan. 14-I
Fifiy-our bodies have been removed I Tk.. I 1-..
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433?CT MX TURNBI
TO-NIGHT.
VAUDEVILLE.
ILL OR TMS WEEK.

Geie Harrington,
Thr Charnrnng Little
Singing and Dancing Soubrette
In Ita lu (et of the IatCtt ong.-
and Itlrnct-s.

NEW PICTURES:
The Indian's Revenge,
The Hebrew Fugitive,
Washerwoman's
Revenge.
Complete Change of Program
To-night.
F1.'ulnr M;atlin. Hnturutay at .x p. iI.
Admission lOc. Ntllkt 15c.
INNHtIO tPIEN AT ; 7 P. M.


BOWLING ALLEY.


The- tio't popular
i tldoo.r gaille for


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


A ~ ~ ~ n !t i 441iint e'tIlfl g.


IN 14.


HKACH MTREFT.


from the ill-fated Pocahontas nine. -,_ -_ -_-,- ,-,- .
Th. number dead is not yet known o For Help, Idle Take Reins i
In OAn Hands.
S EM AND SAILS, .H' lr- LOCAL ITEMS. #
CARDIFF, WALES. lii.. 1-i'ring
ATTENTIM! If YU PLEAS[ :of their unanswer,-d cry t., t.,e g ..v-rn- Mr. and Mrs. James Carnell were
merit to give them a chunr'e t, tiit'e Iaivtt na visitors from Ormond,
living by opening to farming v'-t I.unt-
All Old Yankees And Rebels Are ; ing estates of the aristocracy, .70 unern- Tuesday afternoon and evening. I
i ploy-d today sized the' uncui'ivateJ
Invited To Participate In An- premises of Marquis Bute near e lit-r- ai Mrs.'. .1. White came down from ,
bgan digging prlparatorv to p!an;tin2 IDupont Wednesday and accompan-
nual Camp Fire. Thv authorities ar. power:.- ri't id Mrs. Thomas H. White and Mrs.
Attention. vy old soldiers and saitor h without court'- ;,rd. r. i 'roline Bartlett Crane on an auto-
of the 'lat. unpleasantness:- You are The unemp:\yedi are b.tck-Fd I,\ so,- 1 n:blile trip to DeLand, Mra. Crane
nmort cordially invited to a campfir- to ists. The invtadt-r- ar.- ,rgging e..i t and Mrs I. J. White beinMg the
be given by the Joe Hooker Port, G. A. fr,.mn neilgib,.rs. i'unst, of Mre. Thomas White. Mrs.
R.. on Friday evening. January 22, ('rane. who is to lecture at the ar- ,
1909, at 6 o'-clock, p. m at the Masoni( ory to-night, was desirous of see-
Hall dining room. ing the county seat and so the auto '
S. Praises Halifax River Oranges. 'rip p "- plann.e. (
The invitation is to -very man who planned. .
ort. the blue or erav whether on land W. A JL,,es. of C'at-kil N '! h,. .


or on st. Be on hand promptly
G. H MATTHEWS Post Con.
Tho. H. Cave Sr., Adj. & -quar.


ORMOND


has bee-n in the it' ab,,u: -tyek ,if,
fur home Tu,-'siay aftert-, un. .Mr. J, nt('
ilast year purcra-sed an or.r.a:,, gr,.\e
near that of J. B. ,i:-',y ::. ; Mr.
Hin-ky lhas since I-0.-n ."oka: n :if r it
for him He i so il p-a- i *th its
appearance and progr-.'- ;:ltt 1. will
add 500 young treats t ,' eC oTriiinal
grove. Mr. Jones, wvio ', i:, ti.e fruit


ilu,.t received big stock of L)ia-
mnond Tires-all sizes and styles.
Buiv your tires here at New York
i rice. andt get them pumped up
frtee. lDaytona Auto Transit Co. tf

Mr. and Mrs. Henry PIiepgras re-
turned Tuesday from their trip to
Palatka andi Crescent City. At the


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ithytona Auto mnd L.loe-r% Bui--.' re.
trip m~., 7 p. am. mid!1.:30 to.I.llf.. tf11
Aultun*,t' and Harakaa- I.
Pont M-vr%*i%~-- *Th t- Ilixit-." ft.,! oof\~:
41st ave'zzue-. 15.. round~ trip: 7 1. lwf. i
7:311 p. m. To Peuhiivtfula Iiai.e
For Privist.- conveyntit-t-. iIlisti- 1-
I gyiKtIN Tbe )k~ltr." Z r'ui.im Trip.
start at 7 p. mn.


MNDIAN RIVER ORANGES
Fruit of tht- Orane Fruit and
none bette Tangerines.......
-leboiitand bright- no -4-1411 ft!
BOX TRADE
SOLICITEN0 'llcef
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GROWER AND SHIPPER
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Win. IB ieetl andi B. K. Waton
1-ft: lat ev"'?I inii f.r Isle of Pines
I'f Iset- lhav- several trU-ts ,f
la:. i in tie I-Ic.


Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hall and Mia
N-',iie Tears. uf Walden. N. Y., ar-
ri..ti I'e,lt.iyv and have rented the
1.''i.iis hl, iie rn North Iidlgew(msl
a,\t 1,ic. h\\}i.li they ill (ondiuct as
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V~~~~~!t -2'I''&i.st ,Cattd at The
Wt :n~r > n Palmetto avenue.
-~~ '-irt lI j arage. cars storee!
V ~ % re% Id tt N. > ridhn e r, sevenI-
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PICTURE SHOW..

TO-NIGHT!
Complete Change of Programme
Every Night.
Attractive Pictures Well Worth
Seeing:
Illustrated Song by Cowan
'i Am For You."

Susceptible Youth,

The Boundary

Matinee Saturday. 4:30 p. m.


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SHOW EVERY NIUHT
Admission 10 cents.
I Dors o{n at 7 ;00 p. mn.

BILLIARDS AND POOL.

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FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO


KouglI and l)ressea Cypress L
Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, I.ime and
S(fficresnd Yanr-: E.,it '4nt-t liilw:ay amil )ranl
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, ATLANTIC MOTOR CAR
; No. 8 Beach Street, Daytona
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Automobiles and Gasoline
Diamond Tires. losch Magneto
and Spark Plugs.
Discounts Allowed the I
Secondhand Cars taken in part payment
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classes ,f Job P'rinting. Nw ;.ri--,t. :ir-v t', an' i tirst-clam we
enables this office t,, turn ,J ,, !,, ,-" r;i ,'e ,f wrk.

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Miss. Marv inrell. and a riend trom bus'ine says our Halifax .c an rt- latter place they visited with old "" "=
Rollins W 0 #, ,,were. gut-st at tpn -e oFpFn- 3
Rins dinner st T.e .-st-t uneMrs. Ifvi -Nualed fur dity fa:",r -rd frit-nas f Mr.r Pepgrs, Mrs. Davidra
ng dinner ~,t The Orrnd .h~eday appearancee and !,' carried away w-it, 'arInell and .John Hawkins and faro- .:. i.....J., .: ba'h
Dm.son him a grip ful! fi: ,,f tl,cn, to .li-*:J,*:ti,- iv. \v.li' have handsome winter Mrs. DIavid r r.. ft water. fur- Thes votes cast for
F. M. loomis, daughter Mnaud, and an,,niTg other deal,-rs .r. Li. u:,v i..:n,%. h,.,,nes, and the latter a large orange week from a tw. 4..k' '. ,i trI1
friend. Mr.. H, .,of Ce.nntut ar- :m.n : of fruit fr, :, t, :,,, gr,\v. Mr. Piepgras says Mr. Haw- her sw'ns and ia;i': .: :. .,::, s ;-.:, ,, ,ise *r l>.;v
riw-d Friday. fruit u.h az th,.Iv .. ., i, t k.- I. in had navel oranges which and is again at !:li: h .r i '* rai. ,-r an It mu.lt le vi,tel t ithin ;L ..
Mi. Fran. T.,,un ..r., .o hs t h been it, tir niar. t-. weighed four pounds each. ick on Beach -trl.. : ,._ ._-" :, .._. __
spending the huliday with her grand-
parvrnt-. Mr. ani Mr.. Milligan. ha- r,-- --
turned to Washington. where -h,. i: ,at- W i l'
tending Mt. Vernon Seirnari 1144919..WV iuuris-vit j T I ifUW%?:fff1iguV igurgugggvv vm
Pr V.. Franci. Was in to-wrn i m-t
Ander I rttad :Sunda!it SPECIALTIES OF THE CONRAD GROCERY COMI
W, kto. ti:t; J. Anderson 1had arrived .
in town.
Mr. and Mr.- (''lbv ci-lebrat-d their OUR DIY QTIO
l1 ARMOUR 'S ': THE NATIONAL BISCUIT
rve.Ilr. Many fr wnd- were present
a'nd report a p)leasarit liime. R MO U.R'S :I"
4;eor -,. M-xtre. vi,> v-a- *.xpe4ting to r :., l
open Th,' t;re:.ada. d as (Vai l-d hluie 'I .
fxpTctd lv Iv t!.-- iilness4. Li!i. ittie
daughter. CACKER
thi- se*asni t;o St Augustine Thursday i -.A.
H J W a t e r s h1 v ,u n g m a d h o K I i K .- -. i "
Io ,king after A n t intervt t at thils J .' ,- t, : :** : ..* .
place. is getting tthe Pt,,re nt tip-t,,r Ials+ ..
piha1. to i- ieup t(tr -te p-t-.^ Simon Pure Lard in Pails
he touppy theOrniond hotel gue- in .- -.
mith thia b ,t (,If, rent's furrinibiiujz s. .7-...


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