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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 16, 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: VID00285
Source Institution: University of Florida
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DAYTON. FLOW"L SATURDAY, JANUAsi 1J09


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Right Prices,, 00m .d mghm d be
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"OOWS


. FODAYTMNA

II a Steady Immne ia Population of
e I City Rena a Plamyhome Al-
ms"t Imnpertlve.

iL A 1AY OUT IS-I MF WSTEI.


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Sd p s1 t Not only are citizens of Daytona ask-
i d a0i Mthe ing why she doesn't have an opera house
"Tied thCem but tourists are frequently asking the S
o ngLmthe itiat-, question. If anybody knows of any
nk -tlers.' aeilly good mad valid reason why Day-
*i*latative,. tona should not have an opera house let
1 tlt.p and him speak or forever hereafter hold his
A Daily News reprsentative was tall,-
ll baswlM mem- ing oL the subject very recently with
wi the local Graham Thompson, a joint owner of the
B itks pir- opera house block, and hbe himsdf does .
Oribdo and' not know why Daytona isn't enjoiyinc
'W E- mk- t from more plays add better plays than she
s g ra from ever did before.
td& ofj The word went out, some months ago, '
i t Imitiating somehow, that the opera house is not "-
h~ the distin- secure. Nothing Is farther from the .
Vl ng Elks from facts. It ib as solid as Gibraltar itself.
Messrs. Iurdnce and Graham Tbomp-
sH christened sor had architects come and make a
1141 Benevolent close inspection of the building, its tim-
of EMslks. The be sand strength, and without excep-
1by rrlctt Deputy tion they declared it one of the strong
Silor H. S. Chubb, of e st ard best built buildings in the town. EXAIN ING
I Some have said that in cae of fire fThe
mem i ess were by Or- rexits are not sufficient. This could be
K& 1M., W. R. O'Neil as I easily remedied by taking the ticket A
| aietd by the St. Au- office out of the north end of the hall BRAIN STOVI
iand by building fire escapes from the It It
aelftf the candidates, Dis- windows. These precautions taken the
ftr C ld Exalttd Ruler ripk of danger would be reduced to a
n 0b al, and the W- oiimuan. N YO!, K. Jan. 16.-Justice Tomp
etd and the good old days the od-ime kins of the Supreme Court decided to-
19r- se-r brqF we r elect.-d and I nu the good old days the old-timers day that Harry K- Thaw will have a
ol 'ft* : ive so well to tell about the writer h day that y K Thaw will have a
IL l-Ealted lRuer. attended plays and concerts in theopera l of hi.n mental condition to take
-~LeTading Knight. house when big kerosene lamps were sus- ou o l
r- Ia iy t.l Knig htt. yendedromn above, candles were stuck ;
LI- -Lertring Knight. in lott es in the dressing rooms, can-
rtr SLtt.ta. V des on the Ftage. and not an electric
lr-- ws.wmrer. light in the building.
i^UBjrhr. Suppose the lamps be eliminated, the i I*ll
R J. H Pitcrson, F. M. candles removed, the ticket office taken RACE'EVpNT
out tire escapes built at the windows,
li-mt e oof fIficers the entire, elPctri( lights installed. then "Who's RACE'EVENT.
--~- Ben man to the Iman(uet afeard"f
41061 0% Lr.- --A wirn ua 1


Iwo t.m". i s 1( and wrile au
-o ~~qead a banquet, a feast
Sf-, and here mirth, wit.
di- w tr good things actually'


tm banquet hall the
M F.Crouch for to
um-umo, and witl
hotbed with this r
-oed ever to him, an<
--t bail festivities.
- bt To*.tmater Crou
J r were speeches by A
G'&L Aftine; Grand 0
dl Dnerme Lodge; hi
I-f imtse; xgalted Ruler V
i-- 1do, Eugene M as
R St,, A M e and
iS~RAr Of the Wilnll

lsk e of the hour o
&& bem offered. A
~wa nmsot s psen d
ul~ and and ii
spe from out
64 mied upon
bow AM"s out i
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It is Il~i;Iliv probarire UaL i si uoiv rc-
pable., wide-awake theatrical manager
would enter into negotiation with the
SMessrs. Thompson a five-year lease could
be secured, the building put in proper
shape and a legitimate source of amuse-
nent aguin inaugurated which would'
add to Daytona's popularity. Tourists
vconre here for pleasure and entertain-
ment, and if they don't get it they will
seek it elsewhere. Why not Tejuvenate I
the opera hou-e? With the prec ,utions
taken as herewith indicated it would be


Since Justice Titus shied his castor
into the ring for the collector stake's new
interest has been arouse(l al an either
candidate, is announced. The lat,,st to
enter the list is Albert F. Shanks, of the
firm (if Shanks and S-,n. If anybody
else in town is honing to get the first
feel of the public funds this is a good
time to make the fact known. Scientist.
say that money gathers infinite numbers
of intinitessimal germns with handling.
and in consideration uf this fact tire


THE NEW MEMBER.


THE CONSUL'S I


REMAINS


COME HOME.

Sailors At Work In Wrecked Con- In
sulate Unearth Remains of


IANY KILLED


IN WRECK


IN COLORADO

a Head-On Collision Between A
Passenger And A Freight


Cheney and Wife. Train.

PREPARING BODIES FORi SHIPME CREW TRYING TO STEAL SIIMS.


WASH I NGT( ON, Jan. 16.--: i.p:tclh.s i
received today from the Bureiau of Na'v-
igation announced the rc\,ovry of tiOw
bodies of United States Consul (irnrIy |
and wife. The bodies were recovered
by sailors who were at wnrk upon tlhel
wreck of the Messina lcgattinr.
The bodies are being Iprlarin-l f,,r


shipment home.


-Macauley in New York Worl..


MINOR & VINCENT AT THE


CRYSTAL THEATRE NEXT WEEK.
R ItRft


Minor A Vinci-nt, in "lihe .\tAinv:il
of Arralilla are a ,ric t fi f in,
start to fini Mr. M Ir. Mi,i: ,,ci.'is tle


ute<-r foolish to let the tire bug-aboo intinmi- early handlers of tile coin of thle realm act with a very .cl'.ver :Linl \vittv n; II-
I. S. date' y3u; there would be about as much i run less risks than do those farther ologu' which sc('tir.- a Ibil' it. \\ lier,
V'.H. liliihood of tirn as there is of Council- down the line, hienc tlre inlnportanei' of (Miss Vinceitt appeal': in' >t1'* twe
terms, man Mills.* "'ark," being set on tire by I getting in for the early count. as a key W.ect btauty, te h];c-- i.-
Mr. fireflies o011 of these warm January W H. Edmondson announces for re- in, ai uproar. :antli I ,ititii,. -.
ring- nightE' I el-ction as assessor, while (.eorge F. throughout tlre entire 5k. t,-li.A ,\r,-
The sea:., n is now on, snd ju-t before Smith conreg out as a competitor and ti(.catle featu,lc and tl're tait : \:,t.
t ter you, so if l)aD tona wants an opera house others perhaps are being groomed for commented on by Ianl:yt\. \:t.- tlhrt t! e
ks it as badly as many seem to think she this race. monologue used bv Mr. Mli t.r ifO tlc
Sas does t iti -tie to act. With Hobbs, the present incurumlc nt, second ,sho w was ,-11tii, Iv dlfri,.-nr
aspiring to succeed himself, and Titus front tih( one used iniOw tiri-t .l ,,a
tie I and Shanks contesting in tlhe collector- The ,song introduced by Minor tilll it i
I .,t reo-ivei l liig stc k (if Dia- hip, and W I.- El' htin1" ',n and ( r' lTre Far OlT ( tholden \\ i1' 'a'', -" r-
dtr itn, cl "T'ires all sizes and styles. F..Smith out in the .-s ,,r'- rat,, anr d ll a1 s tihe prctti.eatunr,! e,\,r r i.i, ,
l ii,-, h- ur ork sir .^ 1* at isW t York in si.tent talk of a nca prices, and gt them pumped up earl date the plitial i prm)i-- I, ,,Iit e e\ .,f \ ,s ,.,.,,-.
free. Ilaytona Auto Transit Co. tf to become sufticiently hintr] for tllr' li,',t
demanding nature.
_Th_____ i ie i,,,s'ki'rpi,'r :r 1 :i---.' ->
arrived 1"ridlav ar-;o.I ,,c.,,in tl, '

tood Thursday Evening. EULOGIES Pidv r:
Arrminstrong will r-riv' tCn' ,,in li .,r
S90245 OR W IT hitter l'artif next \\,.ek.
)AYTONA
90. 2,24IS F W HI t :Fresh Micihelii tir..; aill h.i-.
612,860 no 10 tonds. Fir sal, at tilt .\t.lot;.-
430,00 ,0,otCr ('ar (Co. and ('evit'ral r.
89,805 ( tiv I' r -. tBYUf


TRAINS MEET,


DEATH RESULTS.

tLey |lilttil Prv'.- .]
PEORIA, IlM., Jan. 16.-Two extra
freight trains met in a head-on collision
today at Limenstoie, a small station tmtn
uiles from here. i'our n en, train hands
worr, killed and two were serin,,lo:
injured.


RAI IW Will


Episcopal Church,
St. Mary's, I)ayton: -4-.rvicr aind
s,,rmon 11 :(I) a. II. .Milic I v \Iv -td
male choir.
Grace Church. Port (hltlI .. .. ..'
and sermon 2 00 p. Ii.
Grace Church, N( w S:,i:Ynr;.:: vi N .*
and sernon 4:00 p. mi
Mr. Wilder will preach at ;:li -i.rvicve,
All seats free. Stranger- h,1rimc.


A CORPSE,


MUTILATED.


IALTIMO l 1 M1id., .Ji I ;.---'','
horribly ntmutilati ,d I fd y, "f Mr-. S' ,iiy
Confal was fouinl thli- iior:,iti r i, t C0
cellar of her he ome on \ rt i' t1 I :1 ": i:
.street Near the Ildy I.iv l :i : \, j ,
lnotive for her dlcai:t l: l i i ,I ,,\ -
ered.
LAT1 I1.


IIJ1Ui 3 YI ILL AIrMi, j, .,
tliroz ., laughlitc r 1 ,' ..i ,. -

h i111va lin" d i tl+ :i ." ,,1 ., .'.. d* : *.
W RITE NOVEL Te .rtr.-,k \onmi \%:,-l,.',;i 'i, .i ,
itg It It thi is ifriiaornIn 'iy-tt.ri' ;: l : n, it, I i n ii--
von ,icto t.l -tolrv. ie -:\iv- that ht r
lIl I'nlt, l I'r,' .. ] I,,,tloher, .) .In 'e, 1 :,t .I i i, n. 1,.-

Ilains preparedil today to go to tlic
county jail,: at rushing, to .spend ltirle
day with hiis brother, Captain leter

tnid Hotel Astor wi, tli cistl iher. fati
and brothir.. His career thie past -ix.
imontlhis %ill be w(Ivfen into a novel to Ie.
i-alltcI ''1 written Law," he said t ,thit" TO FINISH$


WASHINGTON


WEDDING.


\\ ASlII\NGI'IN, Jan. 16.-- A very
lib -rate wuddcling occurred today
\wi-,n ,Mi-s I.ena Hemenway, daughter
,if Slnator and Mrs llemenwnay.,of Il-
;ri:iti;n, \\ :t- widjhilc l to A. Bi-nni'tt (;attes.
14l ,iili in :iit ,li-. The ,er&.-inony WH.~
1.... t.ril at ri>,tn in the few Waldorf
in. I 1 .. ll r .itli. N r I.lv tlie i tire ,Se.i-
i' .... \;i prese, t. Iich-ard I air-
i, .-.-,,ttli ,tf \ t.c-i're-.iilent Fairbanks,
., '! i-. -I llltIT: .

.li,-.s ( 1. Stliav. il cli:rlge ,cf tlhe
!,i.rr le.'ynltids ofli 'e, i.s loateil
:it 'tire' I'iri,.. otn .<. Itidlge,\,l ave.,
f r t ire ';ias it.

"l'i, i": -Il" 1vitti I'. ( ;.J.lr'vis and
!.tl IV. ci I"llti, Fla i :ilnc'irm-el
,.'! ti i Halifax liver Yaiht clii.


NIl \\ k >1;1\, .1 1,!. l,
"l taI lin g pat" ;it i ..' .: '..,+.:'
factories -trik.. .<- ity-
tories are etfi It(,i, :;i.'i It '.
diet it will ie ";' ; t- : '


,I.v I'ni t'd Pret .).
(;I.EENWOOD SPRIN(;S. Col., Jan.
1i.-Fifty are believed to be dead and
many injured, according to latest re-
ports of the wreck last night at Dotsore
between ai westbound Denver & Rio
(;rurnde passenger and an eastbound
frrighit. Thirty bodies are supposed to
lhe miried in the debris.


iOtlicials say the responsibility for the
wreck lies with the crew of the passen-
-, er truin, who were trying to "steal" a
- -iitin .
The sene, oi the wreck is hard of ac-
ce.-4 to doctors and nurses. A trainload
Iof survivorss arrived here this morning
'amnl thry say all the day coaches were
c r. ckl-d.
Two additional relief trains left for the
sc.nrie, O20 miles away, at 8 o'clock.



INSTALLATION


AND WORK.
Sat t t
lIly:rl Archl chapter r No. 5, at the reg-
'i.:ir meeting held Thursday afternoon
!:vlI eveningg at Ma-onic hall, installed
,.litir.'- i .c't, \ lio, ern present.t, w. ,ol-
I .\( l,'t ilt H ig i 'rie-t.. t-w li IK:.- ila hi'.
I tIIzi .1,,-e |ili I ..- irne.
S 'til I. I). I. |Illtto r.
I r,.a.lrrT. I J. l'f''k
P', irn i)d i SiourjierX W. E. lialloiigti.
I ti ;.li[ ,f I ,I.-t J. .)dm n V. WV illia mis.
\I 1-1 .. l \ .il. (;ratiit Maloon.
h' i ,l'i, ('l lll M 1 t.
\fti I 'e ititrtilla: ti, i f otlhicer4 the'
Si :,pti r li ,' e- w'ere vronfeirredl on 4 IIt.
Slt(li(lher, of Ne. -nivyrnta. nmd if. ( .
I I Ii ,* If tt.i- i ity .
lii ilgri,' work x t L; pira.:ahtly inter-
rui't' (1 at .' o'cll'k by it -lpper sc'r\de
tj tlie b lit |U, t hall
!,,!:, ti e nitg tl.e r, tiring hiigh

Si',-t llirh l'rie-t jewel, the pr'--
,'.C. n gi, ii,. i, <,1,r ,y !'..v. 1). It.
.:; t lr- iif ,f ihe L. >ter.. Se -
S ; \ -:!, r- '>f -#- pr 't-i' t .


W \\'itr ic," It r will arrive Monlcdndav
r, -i F r. -i ik f, rIt. 1 n ci I Iana, to join liI I
~* ittt-., M\r andl Mrs.G. Y. F'o~ler,
t I, hlis frtirerMav, who are
l tin'- n t' iIner i n one of the
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TEL' IcIM


IOUR MEN'S SHOES

SAre Mande Right, Wi Wear Right
and Always Look Right.


T7e is certainty the rigtt place to
WE Rr TltE 5m1


ANTHONY
Who aw aevre astaifed nlei


buy Men's Shoes. M r. r. J. White ca dow frm
Dupont, yesterday, low a brief viait
with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas White,'
RSot 1'South Beah street.
B R I5 I ATONOBILE WEO CHAmiE-Four
cylinder Steves-Duryes. hour or
Stou rip, call Morgan Bouse. phone 110


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i N ELLA DOY I COMPANY,

I Ladies' Hatters,

No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,

SLatest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,


HIOG CLASS GOODS. LOW PRICES.


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January Sale of -


Clothing and Shoes
NOW ON AT


THE


BEACH STREET.


GLOBE


DATONA,. FLA.


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SEABREEZE, Jan. 16.-Miso- Al!re
of Erie,Pa.. frietd of Mr-i. trth. -r
riv'ed yesterday anti wilI -pen l 0., %in
ter with Mrs. erth a:.d oa!nl- y. Y'o: aia
txoulevard.
Sat Goodwin. Sr a?-lar e or..
Nat ;oodwzn. ha arrived fr-:u LBV-t,,L
and tas &rtid and is nv c'Ncu: .l:,g t tt
Iprety Viy k k 1t : ke \:a
I ultvarvid .i. A I' f h.. v e

llth t': u" of ,ta!r- aS
for Oft--ka yv -Ci Ja:-.. r%



aii.r. fr.-:.d- a : :,e ig~ '. -: rCa~
f d!.! J t
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I g u M K c f. e r- x-rg r.gt
M17:iud MrI. ra' ti:he .hrt.
arrived~ fmi ,I tht-S or:-
f, i me,- u In are .-,t`t'hst:ed :..r
.a1~-: St i :t- maiit-rv


Mr i.rt! .upr-- g h.-p:
t *7iv -. I~i;-!ett- a u-Le Iy r~:
ff-,l %&7(i i..tJ T! :5;'-
G. r ..- ,A r i fd hed ,d i~-r. ..
tu tal hL. lies' Wcttage Cut Juan frt a
ri~ad~ say. ~ htich v.b iig marit-t'
Mr and Mrs. J. P aner 4 HB&.LsLni


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NEW SEASIDE INN
ANS' Fi L;\'HIi 1' a ITA ..

Ever-thing Modern.
ionwiike and ieoniKortahle.
D)iretly on %tlanti tk-ah.
surf kithini and Fishinv.
.. 11AY : : *
It R at
HORACE STEWART

SURF CREST .
SURF CREST


VA ,. S.
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Ae !Princess Yssna
.Scah.'.rcl. .'o -'da.

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THE WHIT[ HOWSE COTTAGES,

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Mrs.Joha Beed of Hamptoaw Iowa,
'arn ired Friday to spend the winter
'1 with her sister, Mrs. Carrie
SHaecker. on Second avenue.
"FOR SALE-Lettuce plants,
SBig Boston variety-#1 0.0 per lIn X .
'Apply P.O. Box 519. 38-3t.
SMrs. F. B. Wright came down
from St. Augustine. yesterday, and
is with her father. CoL C. M. Bing-
ham, and family, on Orange avenue.
4"AI TioM erlinder Stevens-Duryca hour or
,trip. call Morgan House, phone 110.
Mrs. M. J Davis returned Friday
from a five weeks visit with her sis-
ter. Mrs. H. E. Bradley, at Bartow,
and is again at her home on Main
street. Kingston.
J. B. Dun!n went to DeLand. Fri-
day, by traiu, for the purpose of
bringing over an automobile, a
Maxwell runabout. purchased by bia
brother, E. C. Dunn, while at
Tampa this week.
All persons bhar ingclaims against
P. D. Beekmaan will please present
them to the undersigned within the
next thirty days. All peimons in-
Sdebted to D. D. Beckman will please
call at the office of the undersigned
'and settle the same.
"t FirzE.'., KAM & OArEs.


D)AYTONA BEACH, Jan. IN.-The
S.in Zouci Cilub ruet at the honm. of Mr,.
J. 1. Esi. ,Wetdnesday afterncxn at t),#.
The program. wsi "Read-
!, g Ju~rri in G;ermanruv< and aft,-r
tht rclutiiie Mr-l. Esh rea.,!
n:I ~ NrV r:.t erecting extraL tS fr, na
Jou.'Nurn.vs inr 4 rmanv.' I-.
l; ~:a~j t ai a 'vnopo8s u.if 4;oetle L-.-

.i.-t c ip .'n et. rper-

t llbi c 5 'A1: Olz
'A f -r The next -rle:rjg V1 -:
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NI. -x~':.* B:a:k- srA S:itkier ura~i.*
:: ::N. Sm% msz~ vest,-rday.
-\<-\.ro ,--ty. at thi- Tenc N t
M= *ra I: and daghzc-r

r. ..: -:.. r-i Northern thrift with 0he::2
-v AAv- t p up i t ery eat sign.
3nd ha7vt' devotmtk-d ',iAn-I
v a~th te native forage. gi ir~g th,
a '.; a '.rv h.z hait.b LAn d inv.z

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- ::. t-'.. a. a I ~laev. n;enljers C1 the
%--rf. are a, Utle psrr'SmJagr
S'i Z.*22i,.i re:&a-t L'-t. w19.t.L~ *C'

: .l 4.z s: in fr. in :te -Cean: v .--
va'' -, ..-.L".lit
I -o UicL so tba! vLt

: a:.d vet tl:,- t mp-ratur--
Js- -~ r. a.i .1 J thought of
~.- c'' ?'~ \ a. fcvutj Y *..~ 5 .

Mir. 4uA Nit., L.Jter, f-riods o! Mr.
IT nraz Tbn.aki. B -ch. froum J:ackson,


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T. IL FI 3AlLD. EdLltor-Mina.-r.
L. C. IOZZARZK. Ctt YEditor.
C. S. HARtis. Vtrculation Mantnt.
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Dayrtona. Fla. vjndlrr TI.,
March 3. 1 "s




BUSgWMS AND
PROF-ESSSIONAL
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F. W. POPE
0 Attorney and Counsellor at
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Practice in tate and I ed-ral 'our?.
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FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Special Facilities for Examining s:,d
Perfecting Land TitIe'.
Office in Cnrad, Building. Phonv 1'2-


.A2 A. KLOCK, M. D)..:
MpiYSiclAN AND SUROE4Y% S
IA oelatt.t wiTh K.M. Feorguson. M. I.
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Bicycle Livery.


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Come and Seo.

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The Power of Habit
After hna, :-* been a faithful 6~I,?t*
of tbe aaitoimjoNle two Vedrs or MGM
31r. Bragaoln sardthenly was seized Mttb
a vlot;t'nt t:i ;Iy for ni.)tor boats. 'A
oi.tintifu! river rnius loy this town." e
said. W11,! .1't t -r some enjoy Me0nt
out of It? laI a 4otolT beat 70ou 0d"t
hive rto i!.il" r-litc-rne'u and rural coO-
S. ~ e 'oou-bt -nre. tomrk a d3y's ha-
strruti'fn ht, he art of mianaging it and
keer'U w t e xnseinery in runiiing or-
der :a1i; starttr-t cnot fn his flrOt trip
with .t ov.-' ,r r-h-t morning In July.
It :a Lr1t- in tho :afternnvn when be
ret'iM !borne. II (:s1e iD Iy tb&
ba'f tv a. Iil s.iithts were Water
.tw'tk-id. :itd lie h--I a xi-nerally limp
and t.lr:art?~I :qwpearani't'.
"Fol.r -,iv a cre~. Alfred*** exclaimed
bi g- "V..t :t has~. !:11:a'iaed toI you?
,-N L;.L.u eisdrkrl. Dr)ont
say g oy t'.'al.'tur it a:v] III tell you-
The liv:!t'i a;' ri-Ii!. but when I had
been out ,nithe wfa:. r n botir or two
somethiln,-g went wr-ing wnth the mow -

*' bef. before I--er-knew what I
w:aA I w'aq 4fv4r the side of the
h'.tt :01-1 tryr.'v fti get under It to fix
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Former% ath hess Be**,. Fith At..
and 3#A Street. ew Vark
IEAI)IE" TAILOR. H
tuo %. Beach Street. seer !%eth Can.
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FOR CHARTER. Pleasure 'vacht
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Automobile ForSaleI
mostt Ne Re o Runabout. '
\ith Folding Back
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Accounts of CWIM

Every child shoul have a
count. The dO cwho
early training in savimg sun
will acqre a habit that wSl
valuable in later years.

Responsibility of Starting a ChVM

rests on those who love the chld bal
offer the opportunity. ChibmM's am
especially desired. Four per cgrt.
compounded quarterly paid in oWr
Department. Accounts may be .e
one dollar up.


The Merchants Bg
A. D. McBRIDE, Preident. J. B. C0NRAD
F. N. CONRAD, Cadier.

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"OUR STORE"
THE SPOT CASH GROCERY
Two Lnorar south od tlw. Poo*itoffe
H. S. MILLER, Proprietor.
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Our %% n. fmake Trip! Daiy,
Sundli% to all Partm of
Th Sraus. iht,.a DAIYTONA. SEABREEZIK. t0iNI [) nJ )%TX.
Ice for Boats L)elieretd at an k Sacked or Loom.
OFFICE-Rear of Shantz Plant.
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"%ik- I ALL TRAINS. Famous Ro'al Scarlet and CllUrtk Kros. (i6 P
f N d T T I k%Ot TSIN UAV TUPMA C __ _
Blacksmith anrd CarigodLieP.I1a iL
\nd Like P. 1. !;JrnlunR\Y
Shop ina Connection.
CGE O. A. FOYE. PropriAtor 4 tn
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itLIriL rAT CO,%P PANYI. OP give a larger number.
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HERE IS A CHANCE [ EVERY.
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a DMFtom. TThe. nr.
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L.. '. Mii .,e i .5j --tLine subscription, 54O)votes
S. HMALL ('liul of five subscriptions, 4,(JO votes
Club) of ten subscript'ns l(4,,(M votes
Uite^ct and BLildcI-. 'Ifhere is ino limit to the number
4ei 200 Palmetto Avenue of clubs each contestant may secure
Daytona. Florida. The subscription price of The
... Weekly Gazette-News is $1.50 a
t_ &rh r te year, The Daily News is $1.50 for
B ea property I the season by mail.
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*a" i reilil; ntit.r n Is ,it t it' t(i t tr utllln g ts I un-
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p k ai^^ on .u" turmll%. R member I 1'Oltikv N^^ tvs
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We will do
the rest.


Everything
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SPECI AL PRICE OF $4.00
PER DOZ. ON

PLATINUM PORTRAITS.


i elping and Priatr #or the b

Anderson & Clark
Pee. e1(kk,)evt.Moth r4,tg *


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nd or Ormond Beach,


EITHER IS A DEL(iHTFlUI IPI.ACE IN
WHICH TO OWN OR RENT A HOME.
s w b .g ou N ilUK )f t h," plfii I I i :%, : i \1 i. 1I,% lii I -at I A ;
MACON THORNTON
REAL ESTATE
DRIMOND and ORMOND BEACH


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S' place reports more and better, Daytona HOTEL PALM
The Modern thrown down the gauntlet to the world. Surrounded by warm t
-i S.drs, Ftlwers, Birds and Fruits. Stream. Protects guests
weather. Its homelike In
Seven W wonders Whatever one's shortcomings and moderate rates attractive
|i V .. however indifferent or eve callous one ing a long stay. For bool
may be to many things, the mere men- I dr
Dayt-m's i Ocm Be ach, tion of "squirrepl and flowers, birds and !
One of Dayton&a crowning glories is fruits" will send a thrill that is reflected -a --
everamet foot upon its month, packed For every visitor with a spare "goo.
uands; no one who ever pedaled a bi- ber" there is a bunny ready to come out NEWS WF M T E
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever and accept your gift. He will sit bolt N 1.11' lIlT
i drove a prancing pair of horses and list- upright and gnaw into the meat, casting
e ced to the popping of their steel shoes furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile.
upon is asphaltum-like face; no one Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming
who ever steered a high-power automo- the year 'round. You are reminded of The Prince (ec
* bile down the broad stretch of wave- Goldsmith's couplet where (eorge F. 'rie, of Atl.
washed and surf-packed sand but real- Smiling spring its earliest visit paid rivedtl at The Prince Georgy
ized that it is a world-beater, a world- And summer's lingering blossoms are
wonder. Go stand upon this wide delayed.
speedway and see the happy souls flit In one yard roses of variegated luest The Ridgeewo
by in joyous mood, and answer whether predominate, another household ha Ta\e
this is not one of the seven modern a penchant for the poinsettia and "" fll< ling arrived a
wonders. the premises are aflame; another is hid- "e"'o ys-terda:: Mrs. S.
The Plcd. Pelklucd Halifax River. den in a jungle of tall cane. Varietv is a .d II. %. 1Eddy, Bosto
the spice of life and here is whtrc, you Jacklo\vil4v; J. \V. rIngr
Where think you is water with more find it. eitnt.r, I)el.anAd; A. E.
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a The birds flit in, and with their joyous 'v\'vr, W. 1). flulden. Sa
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta notes help to give fullness and s re-'. l.ew I\\. \\ Shine, Thor
. tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve- try to the picture water, ('. +M. Broadwater
randa's looking out upon her bosom. As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day- ld T (. br ninson, Orlanid
gamey food fishes in countless numbers y for alit
beckoning, as it were, to those with roond quantity per acre. There are "utresv
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck o r g proximity to the t.T. The Desplan.
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,oi v it,. ".
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, branches bending to the earth,. ilth their l'h, following were the a
which sit about as if for the sport of burdens of luscious golden globes, wLic .. yesterday: 1). J
bobbing upon her waves; watch that fo utyprolilicayandalldiral J ) D.
lubberly old white headed pelican p --h all iralhJa-v rlad DBach
afmly olead white headedh pelican pi-h qualities would truly astonish Park; i. A. Spencer, Josep
a fat mullet, and that tish hawk sti.,.g- r
gling upward with his floundering load The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out. sev, Orlando, Fla.; E. I
lie snatched from the water. The seventh world wonder, tdo you t'i""eI. nd. ;NMrs. John
See the beautiful launches, spick and ask' Come, whether from Missoui or ,,;tugit.rs, Nises "uth a
span, their hampers and lockers bulging from Maine. from Kalamazoo or frollt Il'l, Pittsburg; .
with refreshments both solid an liquid Timbuktoo and you will be shownn ll r "ll "ird, .J('ksoII
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful Here is where world's records for speed i "il" p ifttanong, ra.; D
surface Take out your field glass and are broken with every recurring season. i
sweep the river from Orniond bridge to Autos the biggest, the fastest and tlic ol.
Ponee Park light house, then say finest are on daily parade and tih,' bii'
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of show is as free as the pure arte:.-iat, I
beauty and a joy forever, and one of water from the thousand flowing \\Wll:- Schmidt s Hot
the modern wonders. It is a continuous show with constantly '1 lie l tit. of travel is sett
The Encantingly Picturesque kigewood. shifting g scen. lo and ti' re
Everything gOc's, froim :a 2-hIorscei ,,ct~r i.';t twrntv-fouir hours sh
Ridgewood avenue is upon tlhi crest of E g f 1 i v i ri -o hours sit
up to a 2OiO-horsepower, and ill (dtiIcs ;\ it-in arrivals: (. 1). Mo
a broad ridge, straight as. the crow ties,- o .....
a broad ridg, straight the crow flies, of speed from a canter to a t\\N)-3Iiich-a- ilauliter, Louisville, Ky.
and the wide-sprading branchinute clip. You will p I allv catch 'huhl, W. 'Nill
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their te siri d whe do ii F
giant arms across this magnificent vista, and the beach are yours. ; .
forming an arch, and from these extend- unsie is free, t. > 'arles
ed arms great fest4o'ons of Spanish moss t ir fs i h! i
_. breezes are free, the tie rcl b n s and ""i l,,l,,! i- I, ,li-. .\rnrld ('hicat'go;
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas b wer a rte e c t, i. a
and flowers are free, the 'p:i -,!l t l. I.,; ,i.r1. I.andis I.
fan them. !ooking straight ahead down L d ,i 1.
an" th"em. Lking "straight h a fountain water is free anidl (ii \! it l %i\ J.;!>. li, v, l ittsburg, Pa.
this white shell str,<,.t oItt' has the lil- d. i ou o r'
to gfo down ill your wallet oilv itt il I ',k, .\ ,\s Yik. and t\\ei
pression of a fairy path with cliei.h dra- for tlt .ut. t I i
series, but as you move along and cast .T.iis no fc l. i t b e a t i i
an eye first to the right and tlhen to th T here. i i ,a" "it i f r ,
left you see distitmuislied cottage homes I t i io it i \ .r i
-' + '" and h holding tlhcnt enthrallc !, it \ i; ',i \"L ';, I[!.' I .ig
in the most delightful settings. hold you. Co id c".
S ~cliarnl aSi hold you. CoIc tid .t ,,.
See the glistening I-af of thle grand -
magnolia which nature has varuii.hed as **********************-l .\A (iood Chancr
no artist's brush ever could; and tlie -l
cabbage pallis with their burdens of K LH A 1( i!. i1f r' i. Ilit'!.,wz
showy fruit and swaying palms; see the .t
lovely holly with it, exquisite berry; see M i \ ,i,..' ) J. i\.
th clinimbing \ines rurtn rng riot in the 0 Films, )rv PlatCs '. i),,ia I
trees; see the cryptoganiis forms for which "
gain a foothold on the great oaks and Chemicals,
the stately palatis, anld sureiV you will 'r. rr.r
join in thh chorus and-.ay that tis i5 a Card M1ounts, l r. n O rI EL PEI
world woInd.tr for beauty. \ "..*. .-n !' "*
surpa..lng B .ut> ut Our Cotttge Homes. -- .AN. .*
No one of Dayttona'* attractions, per- I TIt[ BEST K00AK [lI1llINo 6 I 'Ii,. n,.. ,,,
> MoJdern I.uxur' *t .Mulcrr
hIaps conititands lileert' nearly uikiv'ersal *III T..... ... U I "
attention and praise than d<,(.s the artis- |IP I|D[ t1|T1
tic cottage'. The owners of thesecharm-
ing villas hail froti every corner of thie In Twenty-four Hours *
country and they ring their ownl archi- .,UI
tectural plans atd build uplon thit'lliaid \ '" ,
a thle architecture of lone section (of tel p ssional 0.oo... t Jck f
country difrers frot) thlie ar'ltitetturr of i Proesioal 1(JildaBtJl*
u sonv illk lPries.
another so do our hone's liifhr ini out-i S P "-.
ward appearance' and >tru.tural beauty g B il
froli one anoth,'r. Their' are no i moioto-1 | U I
but the eye, as it sweeps Iv, i- treatedj- 1 lF
to a kaleidosopi change which keeps i K )\K II \CI,


the nmind wondering ''\VWhat next"" t'' Next ioor to the i -
It is not only their exterior of iiany of Prince (ieorge Hotel, 2 U Ii. In i
thiese holil.c s that rivets attention; itli- *. i'- t l-1. e'. t
in tht-v art' lr(models of c illV nin e, anlll d ',arI d DA I'O NA. I \L 'j,: .i,' i "' ,,'i-n
the tinli and furni.hiny igi \' '\ ideni e I( *ESE0E@U0U0EtSEOEiS 'i i't ,i (',,
of the elegance aild t'ultivati.ii. f tli-Pe -. I 1'. :-, l,;llt II' 1:
who wotrkted it all ouit litl'tcd it is til i ..
interior arrangetli t i aid the art-1ist /i kk% 1i \L C.U. Pr
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f"r"it shi e"an l im it" mr"'t an't I
e \ t t' l t a it t a r a l l i t ',' t h ,a t gI ,'' ,% lr p a t- s -l- o s e.. ..se es a
ing chariiI to D .Li tl li. :'i I ll. 1 ,ii- fca- |' Y S ,
tur1 justly itkrits Il ) iTil FT :A\ woid r S S
lnitumb. r foul THF WF I IN


Streets and I Poement the Most andnd Ikt.
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WI I.-i'vthI o- : ch o,'et '1 ft !w I um% er"'
cI eIte1.,4to gIt'.et (iI )'tyi-fa ti.lt II t )A ad-
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BEACH ...I.I... "In...... .. ...b.. u... .
from ALL cold
tothoseimkd 'I THE CLARENDON
Ilet and rates
rmi Beach. MR. FRED MA[Ui[S, of Sharon Springs, N. Y.,
has arrived with his corps of assi.tants and opened The Claren-
don Bath Department to the public.
Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths,
P0 Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths,
HUOTES Steam Massage,
am i Given at all hours by the very highest grade of Professional Opera-
tors. The only place south iTf \ashington, 1). C., where these baths
Smay be obtained.
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od. HOTEL DESPLAND
t The Ridge- Fri
E W a Daytona, Florida
n; G. Miller, .
ani and J. F Now Open tor Season 19o8-9.
oweli, P. L. M. WAIT!'F, Owner and Manager.
nford; Harry a
:ts .. Broad- Greatlv Enlarged since List season( Cuisine awl 'Service Excellent.
'. Brobad Plia/.zas o, all Si.1s. Iixn IF.n.iite. Steam iHeat.
Er very Midcl rn ( ''.iiv, icr. Sen'd, f~or io klet.
'uniiii. ." \|.lr. I: \ 'l Fl' l '+ll, \ l N. rV:i n-.tt. l,-r, liRhlod IllMnt. 0
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tMe ew ty oatr ta Adiali Drnvy i
t o AWT 1y 1 cbia rroM ft Dewey
M--l thb that the Irttth COT-
t IUt leatv there. We were "s
in r by the tldWedkte exigeneis of
wm that the gtl tb r erinent had
to prod usa the ribs to wake n up
Tlm ro Washllngtom authlorltIs i-
swd an eider abd not till them They
tN Dewey to ptroced to the Uilip-
ptme Iskint aid capture or destroy
the 8panh fleet. In other word.
they gave him the stereotyped war or-
der t the phraseology of the signal
eose. which. literally translated. read:
"Go ahead and do the best you can
We give It up."-('oUlier'a.

The Silver Treed.
A matron in Harlem was calling
opoa another matron in Harlem. Ne
their was young, but one looked
more so.
"Really. my dear," said the one that
looked wotre sr. "you ought to have
our h:ilr treated. lot's becoming quite
gray in sltot See what a difference
It has made with me. You would look
mu. h younger -really."
"Rut I dn,'t itnre to look much
youitger if I niaut dye my hair to do
so." was the rtely. "1 prefer to be
natural. If the Lord send. me gray
hair tLUre's a good reason, and I'm aat-
lafed."
"But think of your children, my
dear. They're gIwn up now."
-What have they got to do with It?'
"Why. don't you see lThe younger
you look the younger it make* them
appear. And your girls are way past
twenty, you know."
The matron who was gray In spots
was still looking dazed when her vLs-
ttor departed. -New York Gitohe.

Costly Law Robe.
An English Judge's outfit In the way
of robes Impoae a heavy tax upon the
newly appointed Judge. alth ,ug:h the
cost is not ui-arly so great as It was
In the early days of Queen \ktrla
Then It was the tustom u fr the law
lumlinarl-e to attend court functions
in figur l dama-k silk gown,. with
costly la(e i,:aunds antd rutfle. Thesi-
gcr. .i 'Ir. r td ln,.il:; dignitary of
that day. is ',iid oiln one toccasion to
have srtrit tl ', oun tbtnds alone. The
lord chan.efllr's r,,hes cost skoulithiug
ilke tllo. and e\t-n a Judge's stoo-kings
:.re an exteluidsle itew. The wardrobe
of a Judge cots anIlthtug from i30)
to tOa. anid If the newly fledged "my
lord-" Is attai.h'd to the king's b emch
dl'vlltan he wi'l require five gpowins. a
,tIrdle. a .c:arf. a casting hood, a black
-ap. a three c-oruered caop. a b-eaver
hat. a bands and tw(o full court suits, swords.
etc. to Leet, u', the majesty of the
law.-- l.oriid n (!o,ti.

What They Sd.
"lhid the miil ,, anbribing ,when
they hi'rrd ,f ifty enngaemnient'" she
asked with a Ilttie curiosity
"'Very !Int!." w as the reply of her
dearest frti'-td
"But tblhy 'aid soll.ethlng"''
"'(li. ?(-; they raid sometthing."
~WtSli. wlhat 'was it'"
*'Wel. most ,of thew merely ex-
< ltIna. '.*t last:' "
There was a pause, acid then abshe
ask'd.
'Well what did some (of the others
rsay ?'"
"(hine of them said, 'Who'd have
thought It' Another. 'Wil1 wonder
never (ease.' And a third"-
"oh. never mnlud the rest," Inter-


ruijted the fiancee. "1 never did have
much curiosity."

Was 4.A Dellrious?
"Almost every man." says a Balti-
r.ore specialist. "learns sooner or lat-
er to think of his doctor as one of his
best friends, bat thista fact does not
latvdtcr the world from laughing at the
p'rofetssion
'How is our patient this morning?,
asked a physician. a felkw graduate
of mine. ,of a patient's brother.
"'Oh. be's much worse.' came from
the other In a tone of dejection. 'He's
teen delirious for several hours. At 3
o'clock he said. "What an old woman
that doctor of mine is:" and be hasn't
::.ade a rational remark since.' "-Lipy
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S t'oaittauad front First Pnsg'.)
with a good corps wide-awake buseinet men and thv organ-
latinm will give new interest, life aad
vigor to the prog-'.-rive Citvy of Daytona.
i OSSIFIED ELK NODUILE.I.
Hisigoatship, brought along by the
Orlando Elks as a mlascot and to I,utt-
1 in the initiation was on to his j,,b and
Shbad the punch.
i eldom is a lodge ever institute, with
';o large a number of visitors prws. cut.
t "wy were here from v.ery section of
thUe United States and the distiuguLihed
presence of the visitors uas an added
' interest.
The decorations were widespread, var-
ied and most catchy, aind ctlu na could
be written about this feature alone. The
I Elks certainly did appreciate the sp'#it
with which the thing was taken up.
A darkey looked up at the flags flyir,g
'in front of the Daily News oflic, and
asked "Say, bos& what holiday am d.s"`
Visitors roped a number of candidates
yesterday and paraded them up Beach
street roped together and trailing along
after the goat, which was decorated
They certainly got the boys up if ,trik-
'ing regalia and paraphernalia. Several
of the boys were made to wear big night
shirts; 2ome had thb'ir eoats, and vtsts
turned inside out; sonllt w-rvt coatless
and hatless, aid the irnitiates pre-ented
a ludicrous appearance and were given
the laugh as tley trudg-d along. In the
mnoth-y bunch of drjt-ted looking goat-
followers were observed Win. Jackson.
Dr. N. H. Clark, Chris (;ougharty, F.
N. Coniad \V. M. lLankins, ('has. E
tiardner, I.-on HRowe. (;arth B. Young.
JJ 1). Mal'y. C. M. Bi!rliauin, H. llarts-
horn and others to-) ri!idir'l,, illn c'-,-
tume to b". reco l;i:ed. F. )..prrnlg
was with thi- bhuncht, too.
h In the niidJt of ti,e Irparatioii- thie
aiarniiig report was *'ir'ulatt'd that
soutebovd had -tol-,u tt.' goat Sunr,,
,-nough. ttiihi. c(:.>ary ndji;[!t h d,
eithe-r t.-cr- -tol,ln ,r Ltad "." ttie rope 4
uhich hleld liin and tAken Fr.-ni1; I.ave. 1
Proct-t-di gs calllt to, t -tand 1 t:il and'
the maia-cot a- t'iuJd omiac-itl\ It
bro T n' ng o ',i t l lil A !:! -' h :: !h i-
rear prItr-'.. I,' v:t. t- [', h, .] 'tY
liit-I ti otloli Yoii't-ded.
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.party of tl,'rida ,-. u hi i '. iI.- t-
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John D. and The Reporter.
The Dancing "NIg."
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