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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 15, 1909
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00284
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Mrs. Carline Brtlett Crane De-
likhts and Iltstructsa Repre-


lom -. etativ* Audience.


It t Alff. NUL AFLAIAN IF RiAw.
:;aV t It ).

-00L. -e o"t Mrs. Caroline Bartlett Crane, the noted
l IWgil j -ayy rCive League lecturer, was given a cor-
-n-- ro dial welcome last night at the Armory, a
SPM& &t te vwry large and repeseatative audiesce
Se a-r to mtai occupying all available seats and a great
p-! s *i amd many standing, thus giving emphatic
AWla evidence of their interest in a better, a
aof three m bigger and more beautiful Daytona. It
i i to I was because of their manifest inteimst in
SElks from i the city all love that the attendance was
Sat 12 w. ovi r so large. Due credit, ot course, is given
Mlat1 orI the brilliant speaker, for nothing less
ft arrive from the than a star attraction would have filled
- fLe b rOJing trains, the great armory.
msl- e frfie.ds weret Mrs Crane was fully equal to the de-
jli vYwtors and doing I mands of the occasion; she held the vast
i assemblage for nearly two hours through


i evening two
afd o to the Over-
ONi bi the i S. Au-
l they am ex-
ad spirit to Uthe
| 1 t time, will he in

--nss sigh for his goat.-
md s lof the candidates
a Oa ksarried, and their
I plwseqLibly quickened,
|Is' Uls th* evening's
y i TI mightgood next

an Ieal k who bea r the
pn a previous initia-
i an anticipation of
t4 h e ftlda tobeiniti-
w E -s hearw and feel.
of .e Uly hs turned over
obe WSl Elks, and the

l sL cards were in
I- naIminaar g They were
lli- $he cmpliments of the
L- al weat to show windows

is w ia readiness for the
ewm to the refreshment!
ga. and the proceedings
i- to extend through the beit-
lri-db icig.


a very comprehensive discussion of the
various, phases and shades of questions
affecting civic conditions. She held
Daytona up for inspection, introspec-
tion and a retrospection, and by various
comparisons showed what better things
may be attained.
The ladies of the Palmetto Club must
be immensely gratified at the large out-
pouring of Daytona's first citizens who
braved the threatening elements and
poured into the Armory in such numbers
as to necessitate sending for chairs by
the score.
A feature of the evening thoroughly
enjoyed was the inspiring music by the
new band. When it is considered that
this band was organized only a month
ago and that they have had but a few
practice meetings their achievement of
last night is remarkable. Theydid them-
selves proud, played like professionals
and showed themselves capable of nearly
any undertaking. While the applause
was spontaneous and sincere it would
have been much more generous had
everybody known that the boys were so
recently organized and had had so little
practice.
It was a half hour late when the Pres-
ident of the Palmetto Club, Mrs. M.
DeI Cantillon Stillman, introduced in a
few chosen words the distinguished


speaker. Mrs. Crale caught the eye and
.i .-K UIEF ear from th(' very first. Of a pleasing
address, a clear, penetrating yet musical
1 T T A voice that reaches to the farthest ends
of the hall, she launched upon hertheme
with little preliminary. She quoted yes-
terday's Daily News in which it was
Pointed out that Daytona could And
iBM(c D ylto il Beach, I would approach within a stone's throw
Iof paradise if only the people would
-i Vot-O-le New ; work toward that end
The Daily News regrets its inability to
Cld lS ,review the address and pointout at least
9 .I.S 4ig t makes its most striking features. The Daily
SD mignti makes ',News most heartily concurs in all that
IHI Ohme were eno chance of i was said about beautifying the water
SS iiaowr Bigh School, they front. As to the matter of public parks I
kr a over the Halifax that has never appealed so -trongly to
I ththe News since the whole city is so park-
W d smoire But then like. The writer recalls the thrill of de-
Shpn between now light he experienced when he first saw
E .) Daytona and stood on Ridgewood ave-
Wiimans Opera nue facing \'olusia; then again looking
SIlead although Sea- out from the roof-garden of the Ridge-
ade a gin of over wood Hotel the city was hid from view
IM.I L The biFgeot sur- and it was as if lu)king out upon a vast
Vm the s twing made forest.
3 ViwOaage, Lkhvtoina The nrec)m nienndations and suggestions .
.LW t iin a few were good. und it is-silrc(-ely hoped that I
H bool. they may strike home and that good;
kwaof Eaotern Star may eventuate as a result of last night's,
l i l /lecture


Wte As It Stood Thursday Evening.
eate As It Stood Thursday Evening.


DAYTONA


902,245
612,860
- 430,010
898f05


A WAVE OF DEATH.


T. J. HAINS


NOT TO


PULL HEMP.


Authentic Accounts Have It That
Jury Stands Ten To Two For


PALMETTO





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Mrs. Crane Enlivemi
With An Address


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His Acquittal. Music Rendered.

THE JURY HOPELESSLY HUNG. SOCIAL HOUR, IEf IEBR S


FIUSHIIIN'(', I,. I.. I: 15
cations point to a miitriil in


Thornton J. Hlains for the r!,:rl r of
William E. Annis. \heli then, ',,n re-
cess was ordered the jury wa' far front it
verdict. Reports from a < reiiid ,ni,
say the jury is 10 to 2 for ac:li'ittal.


MADE RUN TO


FIRE DAMP


EXPLOSION.


[iB.v linlt.I'd 'r. --.1
VESSERIIIN, IlungHrv, .lan. 1;---
One hundred and fourth ., il nn,'nI W'ere(
rescued from tinE xanka c(al anlmi
toJay whirli wats wre,.ked yesterday b\
the explosion of tire-dl:aip. Sixty-onie
bodies were reecoven.rd.


Will Have Home of Their Own.
The local branch (if tihe rick Layers'
and Masons' Intu'rnatililn. Uiiiuin are
preparing to move the ( lthce building,
which they purchaswd from the 0. G. kobirn.on prow'rty, on
North Bea.h titreet, to their l(,t acro-s
the street, ju.,t so blacksmith shop The l)uildinig, which
they have been using for their inreting,,
is rather cramped for their purl),se., arm
they therefore prlip.-,'t to, r-ilrEi alnd
improve it sometime during the (,rin i
summer.


HOLLY HILL


HOLLY I1t iI.. .IJanl. .-Mr. aid
Mrs. Win. Clegg, her -,in and:ri I rotlit.
arrived front Michivan t,, -.(nil ti.
winter at their home Ihr*,.
Miss Blanche l)H\ vinl.rt. .f S! ...ll.
Mass came on Sunda tv lo t(,y (: ilti !. :
mother and brother. Ni I\ ilr :-,i
son are also visiting MNir- I;: ,i iiii't.


Ml r. r l .itch re, lu 1id ,i t i,
James Johnson. for on r t


.mail carrnr.. li ft on1i->clax i


Inio eI, Md. Mr. J,,i in ri Ii

I Aiu l iig .t th t, i ,

\ ,iing


. A (iood Chancc.
The housc coat 'I:;k -t a." :,
launch is for satle. I lit ,iie i
as Senator in North D.tkotl;t..


WARMING


MR. LILLEY.


jI Ho "1 li t 1" .
terrilt \\t a-irmi l "ye I l in i Ii. -
findl Int M~in-ilic-r (te i ~fli \.'4 -n
nie-tticuat. mlwl- tx'.. j,1-: -I :L.,; 10


I-(nniuiAnig Afthpn I. u-c ( m I Q *fiTi.-
ries-ce, arose to, [Mrli.inninititaryiii. nty
denlanolang to know 1\1iy I If. 1n~i. (
tile Connec-tic-ut menu ill at ;!'I (i'H1t
roll call (if vet rl,nT %- spp"i-*- hna I
Ihous- agreed t-, a rtisidtiun iiin nr .
into JLilhiV'-s right t"].i hi-I -11 ii l I.
Ilo~use, ilih -hn ka: i- it n ci t- 1 i j' r i i l
Wa~ry' ('ianunittev- %%iit t V*
port in tn dcays.


'inecteld (oii thin' Iii hr ih i-1 i ''l
niiA-el ase o .1.IMa-,vinn'1-
0 00d aven aIle. lar. NI i I niI,!. I ;
eCJi 1. ii ci ili his \%I ii I u Ii I.I) L
F. Wi inn. Ma I mic(')li itel- '4 "1 'Il>.
volIe


AI~r andi Mr-s "i. 1\ V
StI 11]] ef NI imiitA II'J ir' L
takemli ih ieNjlta a T n1'. '
h1iil't'",i-n avumnue, iino > a-i
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SALLENHURST,


Thomasr i.s Witen, Mr aridVi
Paie pa Mr. end tandNih-. i- :id
sucemade a trip to Agllen iuirt itt ii'h IeIt I-
overcanal Tuesday by a:ntlfoilih ie i
-. two and one-lhlaf hours' tirni. 1'h14v
") found the road ill f;tirlivi gtwd lit,
L a condition you Dwiotld, itif-r t'I )n thl
fact of their h raving mall (, rm. iI I a
uylhcomnparatively short timle.
h, l,,b~ in Raltimoro Amwi can. The party enjoyt.!il, trip (i.,,xn :11I,,
succ eded in getting ,lu:klltntiti, I,,f -t


IAT MAKERS


HAVE TROUBLE Q PORT ORANGE
W. Pr .ati r. l'iirt, r, of i);t t,,rnt,.rlwr if tih -
&i I I .l npre.sidling .hhir (if thf. St. .J- r.- : I-
li( li llht ()f \ C -. o ir r, :t
S\\ \llK, Jan. 1..--S ve nty-!ive 1itie (lei r, th,' i v ; i, r t .,.
.....I .- .. A-Ifi itI *. t. nt ,al rti-.


':ii :i( I l(-, (empl oyinllg 0,ulJu persons. ,
"'.iil 1 :t'c ti-il i)y lie' (decision l()f tihe
\--...i iit d Il:tt Manlriufacturers to dis
'i!iit'll' t1' 1-' i- i i-f il-T liiioi labht el.-,
I 'I.. 11,; ( if !ihe hbat nm aiiuf; i-
i, r' t- tt of tthe uI 'i in.rin failing to,
1i.,'1 t a rn.iir.t no)t It w alk out while
, i j uctti l it )ins w ,r. bt-ing anrgueidl.
\ll f:1lti l Ir- rc( (\pe (' ted to) be afftl'e td.

lainsr is Acquitted:
i 1.1 --' '.52-2f p.ii
I jii r inti le i Th (,rnt n .J. ll aiii.
-e lti Q .,;!.r ii ,i x\.riiict of aciluittal.

.Jury i inds Kinehart (iuilty.

i l .lF !;! I(i, .laii. 15-The jury in
~'-,:A '.. IJ I lin .liart, charged
'' \, i: tht \\ aynesurg bank,
S.: a vri i, f guilty lt noion
' ..'. :l'idl ;ia -.rinili re of lift ,c .i vcars


.Mother and Children Burned.

\-!II \\1, \. i- Jtn. 1.--Mr15 Nta-
,* c -r'i, :rti four children were
!..1; ,ill s c lli l ( .p s Tou th
i 't n ,'. T'li' he usb)anl
S i :.t r .'v f grirf, trie I to
S ... ii othi i -' fi,, hlint a- pre-
,i lli, iV ti.,i-i w itth li:i .


elt-itL at (fibraltar.


a -. I I --


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The Millers.
'a ''1' .31.- Ii-ur s"iiA


-treet, andi (' intrctt,,rA .\ i. ~ .
building hin a cot tIilL :.
M rs .1. C. Niok.-, o, a;. ,,, ....
arriie(d last \\,k aii i- i o lY,'.-
Mrs. Nvrdhain anid a i ti r i i t i i i
W\V dll. -day a d lI :n., l ;!; ,;:.,.
fout of Ilerbl rt avt ntit..
('apt. Fo//ard ha ol, t ,, 1,:. .i -
ford his lot t n thn riv r'. .
S: innday M i l'atiii, ,, ..;, i ,.
un cle, \V 1' l ,,l,i 1n,,i, \,,,.\ ,.,: ,.
turning in, t t,, t, rrn :
M r. :tn. M r ~. .. '',i-q -..
Ill arrived ti- i. 'k i ..* ..
I llin oi- .
M r. IMh0 t, :nn. i!i ; : '. .-
Monday.
Mirs. rac vy (f I ) .' -. .
S)uBliis tund j y.
Monday V 1 Wiini,. J.a:n ";r ', 1'-'.
iadi( of ( ;r i'e i ii. ii ,i. i;| ,' i ..
doni:tn entertainin-ii- .n Ij I : .
It %Hi litbe tuii +-gi) n A ; r r. c. r ,
1 lorida i and i :
i)r'.-(n t \ hio C i ',1 .


(On ltmore Palmetto Club day hs
--Ail ihli pIa->'d, and a very delightful one, too.
i ,. (;.(. 1,,f Thie afternoon was in charge of t


('ivi DI)epartment. They were fortu-
nate in securing Mrs. Caroline Bartlett
:('rtan,, of Kalamazoo, Mich., to addrin
tli club, as well as lecture in the even-
ing. Mrs Crane is a delightful speaker,
%kitli a particularly pleasing voice that
c ,ill Ibe heard distinctly in all parts of
t'i' room,!. She spoke specially on the
-ali))jc(t of beautifying the school and
!-f hi,,l grounds, and of interesting the
chlildrnt in growing and caring for plants
alidl tloiwcers, also in helping to keep, not
onlv the school yard, but the whole
town neat and clean.
Slie -poke of the work other clubs
w-.re doing-how the clubs of Kalama-
.o, employed visiting nurses to look
after the very poor, and the school chil-
dlr.-*n-an-: dl suggested the Palmetto Club
n..kc a n.tart along the same line.
The music was in charge of Mrs. Bo-
haIn:o,n. andl it is seldom one is privil-
e'e',d to li-ten to more beautiful singing.
Mlr. churchch sang, "An Old Riddle,"
at,,l for an encore, "'All For You." Mrs.
('lurch and Mrs. Bohannon charmed
t!( ir audience with a duet, "Carmena,"
tli, ir encore being, "A Flight of Clouds."
NIr,. Church, Mrs. Bohannon and Miss
Hl:dl,-tt 'ang two trios, ka) "Row I's
S%\ iftly,"'-Campana. (b) "Joys of
.l!ditni ,"-Geeble. They were all so
I e..titiful o,me could not make a choice.
W\. \ouil. like to grow personal, and tell
hli, beautiful .'a(h charming singer
li, kr.d.'arid how they made us think of
t!;< !l,,wers and birds of which they so
-~\(v.etly -ang, and how the trio in their
h.iii,-rn-,e gwn. and picture hats, with
or- iiihn(inl andl harmonizing so
,i .if idll i v, nlladl' a tableaui for the eye,
\ liil' tI er Wa:s s.iimply charnied
SIt i tlie sweet -,,und. Mrs. W. H. Mer-
. i. :i: u>ual, wa.s a perfect accompanist.
1 -. 4 ra:t,ari 'l'honi>i son announced
t:: ir ,til' l ,i :tt! i'nportaniit meeting of
i Ii-. rtiry l)partm'nnt, on Monday
1 n : '' TI. 1 : o ,'clock.
\ rii tin O," iOth' ('ivic De apartment
i'i i, f '' o -'ciock. Friday after-
to t :.I i't M: -; ''rarie, and decide on

1:* ..t,:. rt,.i.rn i i tl-ed with a social
1 1.. X, I \s ,tlii ri fresh men ts were

ifti lav.
sil~. .[ ir't r-~

I.!. T' ATTIiKNTi)N Thp ; a-
t,' \ v', I,. i;has a nice line cf
i.! i i1'ilr, Peh. I'erliaps yl i aiit a
'. : 1-i iii, f r the installalion.


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Stockings.


Ladies'


a-m MW S, WBib, Fwy stcyls y r, n Le and Emrbroidered.
We bv the bet SM BorH at aSt1.50 we er ba.


ANTHONY


BROS.


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I. ELLA D YOY & COMPANY,

Ladies' Hatters,

No. 6 SOUTH ,EACH STREET.

Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,

HIGH CLASS GOOS., LOW PRICES.


January Sale of--


Clothing and Shoes
__ NOW ON AT


THE


BEACH STREET,


GLOBE


DAYTONA. FLA.


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H. H. PIraud T iT FuunigFt
Agent for t" Adwie -O" LU .
is o" a b-sem trip to th city.
,.A UrTo '30Zom0 CUATuM-Four
cylinder sinM m h boar or
trip, call MOrsM BOM phPw 110.
S Mrs. JAmES Ioe and dasIter.
Iis Eliabeti, of Cauqata, N.Y.,
Ware visiting ir a few days at Min
w Mary Wilder' on South Bk- it-o
S FOR SALE-Lettue pants.
Biz Botoo variety-$1.00 per l.IXO.
Apply P.O. Box 519. 38-3t.
i Henry Gardnir is h~ne from
iiami.. having been called ee by
the serious ilh-m of his mathwr,
i Mrs. John Gardner, of & Ridgewood
avenue.
"Ai rT'.N#BSILE Fr, CHASTER-FOUr-
veylinder SteveD-Duryel. hoir or
trip, call Morgan HoEue. pkoIe I i"
W. J. R. Alexander, reprmesting
tLe J. E. Haves Tailoring Co, of
Cincinnati.has gone to Palaita, after
being in the city several days at the
I. LB. Aultman store on S. Beach


I 4Tr*t-


;Saratoga Inn Garage, cars stored
by lay or week. Six-cylinder, seven-
pasaenger Welch and f,:ur-pjsenger
Elmore for charter, hoar or trip
Rates rea..able. tf
-T. C. Pettepher wa so unfcrtun-
ate as to strike or fall on his broke
arm. Wednesday morning. while
working with an automobile, partial-
ly tearing apart the healed surface
of the bone. adding to the delay in
t:le rec.verr of the injured member.


1


- 1 Ir~~*.ae~ea~a..e..aaeessssesos-


,EABRELZE, JaL. 15 -M-. aLd Mr
Frank Uen ief: re--trda f.-r te~ir
b~nm iL Atn M.s. M'. MIe-ra irs
cli-k of the Circuit eurt aLd was bfr
or. a ti-c We#-kSraa:,'c..
Xr- W. R- Darw m- to-ntt ekCi at b-~dg-
Tuesday aLftetoc- Tu' ta Wt-mwer-
P, t sr daLzv- v4 -Llten t-&eret--i 1e
o! trne g-jet at Ym M UFUSi.-,

)Ir Y. Wvc, p a&zteiI a paiakg.

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tat, e :-t pA1Sre aA-ZV- V f -Vce'.: z-4
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ty'- .alu tZ''rt:vL Va. ar h

I,.- me VjL: v-tr-44t ba:- aL-

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NEW SEASIDE INN



Everything Modern.
Homelike and C',mfcrtah[e.
Directly on Atlantic Bcaa;h.
Surf Bathing and Fishin4.
I- 7 : :. LAY .-. :


HORACE STEWART
T-NA I.A- :'.


SURF CREST





'hae -Princess f9ssena
JS girpefr. .,'er,Wff.
ar .r. r .. :a -a .
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THE WHIT[ BOUSE "COTTAGES,


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I)AYTt 'A BEACH, Jan. 1.3.-Rev.
SE- i'arson* -ft tYterday for Eustis
.e go"1to La-e -.p t tt duties ci
r : .-:er r!. charg.aw. a;gnied by
ian.:. Th 1n
---r Re-v. W' Ba isexp'i-red tc-
s-.-tr :..y a.: z te ladieE of ttr
-- e r.J..& pllr-~ratjons to gCt.-
P.- e ha to e

T -.- ** w ,ti-.,have LJ~-en

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I,! C' :e~td& f ~arra f
n:- .. e er gu E: a tit heSa-
a-W dayz. Laae a~- h-

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F. W. POPE
0 Attorny and Counsellor at
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5 Tfclcbc'ct

T. E. nixgtmi
FITZGERALD O OATES
Attorneys and Counselors at Lax
SpfctW Faeiities for Exii i :
Perfecting Lana T.:ht'
Officein Coirad Building. PT&-
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Physician and
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F~artb (e' %k en Postotti.:


RON' HOVE. 3.D.
: Physician and Surgeon
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SEABREEZE SAN4TARiUY
k^; E WALr LE % kle L


C. c. BOIk%%4% z'.


hs.Fyfe esdiso&
Vwe years 0 It was c It "M
the nmtvy de'partwnimt that the FVW
eDce ef the wixes ot the mMVII Oik@M
at the A?-LCc station detracted to*
nmN-b tiv)n their cWi duteS So a
fre ral 'rder asI Iued to the beet
dire.-tifuf tbit the wireg toe sest boN.
Admtra! Fyffe. wb WAsW In coU"Mrn
of the deet. rereivcd the order I NU&
time. and it '-ame back to the navy do-
partmeflt Indgsed as fIo0ws:
ist- I adarvaf
Asia xc Flkel To okabm. Japan
Cl' RscIfu!y returmw to the 8I-
tary of tne nav,.v
o:) I bae de'vervd thW order to 3Ms
I-ffe an3d she m to go.
(D F'ner in.!ruut-COf are &M UId i
,3'g-rekI' JOSEPH FYFFE
~-S~ul~e~a IriZIt~e.


The Ideal Trunk.
Th.a :ady l-J :.--kted at about twenty
trulii...; %!,t t'Ai ir4 one to hw mat-
14.ii~r~ :t! --h tiae mesimaa -
v-4ttd tlhat if 'tle :%-,id Mire him as
ide f i.Li! shr had in mtndb h
m.--h: r a' O-let.- suit Ler.
--I i id rhe tady imprenvely.
-a sita;..- trtink than th. bat cu0
t~t h ..d' !-ti &--t. LauI sRePublic
i rtequires there eyeas before -m
tnoites of birds acquire oth awe


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will acq4ir, a habit that wt
valuable in later years.

Responsibility of Starting a ChI

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


The Merchants B
A- D. MrBRIDE, Prnidest. J. B. COXIADW) U1
F. N. CONRAD, COuthr.


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H1AVE NEW STOCK OF


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Male sdections, \uA.


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SOr%()ur \\uao,n. make Trips Daily,
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Ice for Boats Deliiered at an%- [.!k Saked or L--
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Bush & Safford Piano Contest.


All the mew kinds are here,


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H. S. MILLER. Proprietor.
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Proprietor j222 South Beach Street
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i"chitect and Buildcr.
7 CMe0 P&lmetto Avenue


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CONTEST


THE DAILY


NEWS


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THE GAZETTE-


NEWS


Give 1oo Votes For Every
Dollar paid for

Advertising

or Job Woi k,

But on Subscriptions
give a larger number.

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SUBSCRIPTION DEPARTMENT.
$ 1.,4 --One subscription, 500 votes
CIlub of five subscri options, 4,< (00 votes
Club of ten subecript'ns 10,(O10 votes
There is no limit to the number
of clubs each contestant may secure.


Daytona. [ilorida. The subscription price of The
Weekly Gazette-News is $1.50 a
year; The Daily News is $1.50 for
each dProperty the season by mail.
of14 rooms.: nood.rn I- i ol'tettin vote.sbi >.v candldateN or frMeail@s
'wlh l lll lh> stores dlistrluting vott- Is is u-
~ rat paperty.on Hiliu ititx d.'Irn lhlx iy tb,. proLrl.tor-.
iiwOw Aurtomnetl ('lule housA .
Woa i' n-e a.yt'l-,. Remember! "i" oEtV E u A h Y
T. K. Fir ;.K1RAI.,. fro t lt,. dalt of iu,..
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IPTIONS
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Tdlepha to No. 48,
SWe will do :
te rest. 1


\ Everything

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SPECIAL PRICE OF $4.00
PER DOZ. ON

PLATINUM PORTRAITS.


IDeveopiag md PrtLag See the
Ainter a Specihty.

Anderson & Clark
P i.k Block. opp. lt h Bridge.


ond or Ormond Beach,
EIThER IS A DELIGHTFUL PLACE IN
WHICH TO OWN OR RENT A HOME.
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w dlf ow vou wi- of tih plh.c s 1 I 1 I:\ iltl \1 II:0l) iin4 i 11iv .\ ;:>i ittL'. 4


I ACON THORNTON
KEAL ESTATE
ORMOND and ORMOND BEACH


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Winter Homes.


0 NORMAN

fl--u r^-AMAc


Truck Lands.


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l ^ place reports more and better, Ulytona
The Modern throws down the gauntlet to the world.
SqoL kr RIwr, Bnrs ml Fruits.
Seven W nnders Whatever one's shortcomings and


46FW vwas vV W mU w -A


i One of Daytona P crowning glories is
' her incomparable beach. No oned who
ever et foot upon its smooth, packed
m ds; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
! eed to the popping of their steel shoes
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo-
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed sand but real-
ised that it is a world-bebter, 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 modem
wonders.


TI Placd. PeMlucd Haifax ver.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
'mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
!tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
Sraada's looking out upon her bosom.
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed pt lican pc'*h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk -ti ..g-
gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
"4ee the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshment. both solid an i liquid
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
The Ecbentmlgly Picturesuc c idgewood.
Ridgewood avenue ifupon thee crest of
a broad ridge, straight ls the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
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 tlie im-
pression of a fairy path with elfi.h dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
an eye first to the right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage honles
in the most delightful settings.
See the glistening leaf of tlie grand
magnolia which nature has varni-lhed as
no artist's brush ever could; and the
cabbage palms with their burdens of
showy fruit and swaying palms; see the
lovely holly with its exquisite berry; see
th climbing vines running riot in the
trees; see the Atyptogamons forms which
gain a foothold on the great oaks and
the stately palms, and surely you will
join in the chorus and say that this is a
world wonder for beauty.


4urpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes.
No one of Daytona's attractions, per-
haps commands Mlore nearly universal
attention and praise than does tlh artis-
tic cottage. The owners of these charm-
ing villas hail from every corner of the
country and they bring their own archi-
tectural plans and build upon them,and
as the architecture of one section of the
country differs from the architecture of
another so do our homes differ in out-
ward appearance' and structural beauty
from one another. There are nononoto-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
but the eve, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What next?"


It is not only the exterior of many of
these homes that rivets attention; with-
In they are models of convenience, and
the finish and furnishing give evidence
of the elegance and cultivation of those
who worked it all out. Indeed it is th j
interior arrangement and the artistic'
furnishing and shading, more than the
ext*'rior appearance that give a surpasIS-
ing charm to Dayt,,nia homes. This fea-
..4-a -. 4..,v ,ir.. rY....t,..n.. .. i-. '. Ilr


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 slimmer s lingering blossoms are
delayed.


In one yard roses of variagated hues
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 fullnes :rnd syvmm(e-
try to the picture.
Asfor fruits, choice citrus fruits, D)ay-
tona yields the palm to none for quality
and quantity per acre. Thi're 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.


HOTEL PALM
Surrounded by warm wat
Stream. Protects guest.
weather. Its homelike In
moderate rates attractive
ing a long stay. For bool
address MANAGOR Pa


NEWS OF THE

EF7


Er3 AeL5


DCA nI -- -----
nto of the ulf
from AALL old I n -
formality and | | I
to those mak- I
klet and rates _
udm Beach. J MR. FR
S; has arri
don Ilath De


HOTELS
HmOT L I Given at all
M tore. The o
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IlHumphnreys, Cleveland; (ieorge Went-
worth, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Luther, Streater, Ill.; Mrs. C. M. Pond,
Miss Clarice IPond, Minneapolis, Minn.:
(;. W. Thornburgh, Toledo, Ohio; C. C.
Tuxblurv, wife tind daughter, Grand


The seventh world wonder, do you Ral)pils, Mihi.; Mrs. A. I.ouise Agens,
ask? Come, whether from Missouri or Newark, N. J.; Miss C. I.. Whitc, Eaton-
from Maine, from Kalamazoo or from town, N. J.; Mr. and G. N. Samnilet,
Timbuktoo and you will be "shown.'" Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Dalz, Mrs. S. L.
Here is where world's records for speed \\"illiaml:s, 11. W. Eddy, Boston, Mass.;
are broken with every recurring s asonnr.Mr. and Mrs. 11. M. Hlousekeeper, Miss
Autos the biggest, the fastest ;rid tlihe Ieii\\'ll, l'hiladelphia.
finest are on daily parade and (thie big
show is as free as the pure atrte.ia I
water from the thousand flowing wells. The Prince (leorge.
It is a continuous s.how with ,(eonst'rot Iv ., -
It is a continuous show withostnt Mrs. Dora Banta, mother of Mrs. lHil-
shifting scene. .
yard, iJ h,.lt,'-.s today to, all thle
Everything goes, from :a 2'-lhscp,,er .. .. ..
Everything goes, from a -hhouse guests and to Mr an Mrs. i.-
up to a 200-horsepower, and all degrees d _
yard andl M r. and Mrs. Ilolroyd, she
of speed from a canter to, a two-miile-a-, ..y a .i
S .. a ..t r l ,ca giving a fishing party to tl'e inlet, the
minute clip. You will probably catch ,
..u io t trip I eing made in a charterel vacht.
the spirit and when you do tleC riiii ne o
a 3' "us ', ill,.. ltniosic In thMr party are: i rs. D ora n
and the beach are yours. Tie l",rifla L i .. r .r ..
S r ,_ Banta, Mr. and Mrs. Holroyd, Mr. and


suIunslIni is Iree, ine alln)y oci:I f)t
breezes are free, the thirds and sjluirnr.l-
and flowers are free, the :-p.irkliig
fountain water is free anil \you \a ill 1,.v
to go down in your wallet orily fir c4',in
for thie auto and bed and board.
This is no fanciful picture: it':- i
here. It is drawing other tlllu-;Ii(i-
and holding them elithlralled, it \\ill
charm and hold you. Colne aind :ec.


KODAKS,
Films, Dry Plates,
Chemicals,
Card Mounts,
* \NI,
STHE BEST KODAK FINISHING


IN THE CITY

: In Twenty-four Hours ,


Professional (;oods at Jack- U
* sonville Prices.


Lesesne's
KODAK PI.ACE,
* Nvxt I)DMr to the
U I
* Prince George Hotel,
* DAYTONA, F:I.)KII)A. I
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IUrTI JustI1 II 'merLt s prUoiiiiiiuii' n b2' c ltflIw'r
number four.
Streets and Pa ements the Most and Best.
Why the' Archi'cvet ,,f the universe -
chose to give to I)aytna th' most a(- Col. F. Ball. wife and. dangl-
lralde, the ost pictursiue natural ter f Faro, orth Dakota, have
setting of all the citi,.s ,of the South is t f a t l h a


,Mrs. Hlilyard, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ver-
ner, of Pitts ; Mrs. 1J. B. Gibbins
lMr.,. 1 I. 1 4 ibbins., Mrs. M. i',eson,
D)r. :dt'l MzI. MacNeil, Mr. and Mrs.
"i',,m., Mr. C('n'ktt andL family. The
p):irtyv iav ritIi:tin at tIn. iiil it rv r
Ii, kln Ii!u flng Satirdav afteino', n.


The Stillman.
I ab. r~rrlv-ts at The Stillmiani are: Mr.

1). .1 ander 1 ife, (' Cigo; Chwl4.
l4:nilxcr anid \% ife. e Roq helle. N. Y.:
Wfln. F. Wallace. \\ esterlyN, P. I ; ha-.



THEI HOTEL PERKINS
(. 0 I .1 ,t-T14 ', d J sI I TIt-I c. I lN I)
mw)lTI.AND, ORFUiON
F odern I.uxury at Moderate Rates."

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ii'lll~. 4' III r1I~t~ 111( (elj:cq(~a
d 1 11 itur.t'IofIrrI t. I Iadeuue'.' M.a I.
PIt:KKINS HOTEL CO.. Proprietors
) i. I ,N i 4 t. I totoII N %eII f'3tI


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THE WELLINGTON HOTEL I
Cor. 'abash Ae. & Jacksm Boul I
CHICAGO I


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IE CLARENDON
ED MA HJIS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y., |
ved with his corps of assistants and opened The Claren-
lpartment to the public.
ssian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths,
Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths,
Steam Massage,
hours by the very highest grade of Professional Opera-
nly place south of Washington, D. C., where these baths


Schmidt's Hotel. g may oe ootamea.
R. II. Timpson, E. T. HoLgkins, IIIIII IIIIIOIIOI:Z -: -: -:2
James Steele, W. B. Thompson, New IHIUltllltl@ltltlEltl@l@lll lltO OU-
York; If. W. Bowers, wife and child,
lufTalo; H. L Crane, Excelsior, Mion.; ,O -1 rfL A n S
G. A. McGreeney, St. Augustine, are Sc HT D L A N I IE
among the recent arriva's at Schmidt's
Slotel. Daytona, Florida
Mr. and Mrs. E. (,. Phillips, of Den- N
v'r, who have Been guests of this house Now Open for Season Iro8-9.
for some time, leave for their home to-
mnrrow. They have made many friends L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.
among the guests cf the house.Ea
a Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent.
*, Broad Piazzas on all .Si hl. Rooms El:nsuite. Steam Heat.
The Bennett. m Every Modern Convenience. Sentl for Booklet.
Arrivals at The Bennett yesterday '
were: ir. and Mrs. G. II Hulett, Mrs. MuUl.u.r .\,hi,'.i.-: .\'l .\ rl' II' n, I'A.ir Na,:.> ,i>-tt nPir, Rhode Island.


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MIINRY SCIMII)T & SON, Proprietors,
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THE RIDGEWOOD
E. I). I.AN(OW'ORTHIY, Proprietor,
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