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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 20, 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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Volume ID: VID00289
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day.


DAYTONA, FLORIDA WflCD9DAYI JANUARY 20. 1909


15 Colos 3W W ak


Dmyftm Is Sow toarlum
n 0. bA. KIox, V. D.
pJ bemty Se mav~ Nmia1ed


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~Ci-NEVILLE Ho-n CLARK Righg'gt 0oods at wn S ~nl "~a
S. H GOE I L = URight Prices,
ARCHInTCT BULMDER and Pg b g OPTOMETRIST CI Had o nm md be
coNMCTORa. PaW n L dadg Dispokle to ftaYou fti. convinced tky w
anrtam std Omee: NotDecortiag Le t Us. CHe Vow m. the bw m
Oornor moe .mad JolI. M~AGNO [LIEA TAee-Fras .itted gI I. ROWE &Coo
Townebme Eyes Teted- ra s Fitted0980 It
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SEEN IN THE SHOPS.


IIS


RIENIDS.


B:l fgl r The $2,000 This And This Only Prompted


ow= Trouphy






mom Gar the wodd are
for t- orwanth mual

S22ti to b elusive. as
LIwt beas received by F.
Sthe enmtrit of
.3 A team of these
I a- dma wmill compete on
-md cowe and will
Sear of 170 horse-power
-ilemra of the engineer's


Commodore Eurgoyne's Mag-
nanimous Zontribution.

TIE LAWST MATIO MAIL

The Daily News, ever on the alert for
anything of a local character of general
interest, wired C.mmodore Burgoyne
yesterday for a "itorv," intimating in
as delicate and subtle language as was
possible to convey the idea that such
Was desired.
A prompt wire as received in reply
as follows:
"I found, after fading the list of con-
tributors, as publ shed in the Daily
News. that my business friends wanted


I r ll e rn iL the ra rs, and, as they ulave always
wlhiT tle t ie r Thoma i! stood bv me, I could not do otherwise
i ter th at $2000Tho .s i than help them in what they wanted.
ir O FoivaLpe for th con- "C. G. BURGOYNE."
b aaaJ1 mile Race. S tere is the reason plainly stated,
Vy .b is the gen- a wish to line-up witlh his friends, and
h elp them to get what they want.
S -Mt 0 thpre- Car-v It is a spirit that breathes in every
W fttd oh& theD amyton ;normal breast but not in all alike, and
:ImCh interest among
Sw prest at i there can L-, no better guage of the de-
Sof the American agree and intensity (if the spirit than af-
--W bnMrtfntrh' Associati, n forded by the pockttbook-teit
- kid at the Grand CentNral i Many ineln of megapholie protestatit n
i No York the first week ,f : a1i ogntlc down ( an out under the tept,
wh at adion ile nary. early thought to be flaming
W m wrh wi'h at the Mad suns of power, have later dwindled down
Oft Air historic @bow place of the!'tv) .tlrsi of the 40th magnitude. Truly
Mumma_. .lI :,. iw, lph fhI their fruits shall you know them.


bfah by the most noted drivers
T n lamfluetial nrptar car mar;- 1
m oapamaie in tie sweepstakes
ar race, in which the cars;
taMlicapped mcovding t14 selling
rt mat euglue power.
qntrifr are being promised for
kl mad for the special race open
*li wll s in past Vanderbilt cup;
l eheomte s are of particular
.lft lbl i both the ga engine experts
I frk Ow ppublie, for in this way a thor-
ll of tee mech n ical -xeellenet
It m adi rival motor cars i-
B tshe opem under tIhe direct gaze
vt1 Ipectatorp. A manufacturer's


Wiust stand or fall on its merit,.
HPl the races in whi-h the large,
A- d racing machines will ap-
r soateat for the Minneapolis
iWcIMi was won last year by the
by Emanuel Cedrino, whose
i h still fresh in the public,

IF-imtermational champion driv-
VE axious to prevent tbe press -
Fram securing this Trop! y
a second time. and will
ght for this prize doubly inl-

y press of the country is giv-
Liatt publicity to thlc' Ieacli
the whole automobile world
to Daytona to produce the
auto cairival vet cncci\c ('.
jl-wiise should be given to tlo-,
iJtiema who have contributed
mad personal assistance in
L lotamittee of tile Fl-,ritia
Automobile Associatiotl te
this event, whichii \ill -
the business interests of t1ii-


ELECTR


IC


DISPLAY.
It


MRS.


STANLEY


PASSES


OVER RIVER


cg[a in dw YC,;


CRIB FIRED,


MFN DROWN.


SUSPEND


tD NAVIGATION. 'PHILIPPINES
BOATMEN, TAKE NOTICE. W-Iw


One of the grandest electric displays v r' r The Florida Coast Line Canal &
witnessed in Daytona for some time was T iot I
visible from dusk till nearly midnight Transportation Co(pany (jive
last night. It was a fierce storm at sea Cll(.4AGo,.lan. 'O.--.vcn--ritv-tiv( len Notice to Boatnien.
anrd early in the night was not far at Ieploved ,on a cril several miles soutlI ,i n notice to hoatnn
n hca: indee th e o inous rol l of blue- i e flt,,01A i ii'C;"
.ca; indeed tile ominous roll of blue- of here in .Lake, Miichian, jumillipedl into) been received at the l)ailv New- clil :
llark clouds in the north about five the water this morning when lire de-
o'.lock looked as if they might break stroyed tIie cri,. \Wien thet fire broke NTIC(E.
u.on )Daytonia, and there was a scurry- out the men were entrapp.t-l in tlie crib No boats will be pern,it.te!d to Ia-.- I ic.
i i for shelter for a little while. temporarily. The superintendent rt.- dlredge "Torr,,ka," niw u,i rkrli in till,.
The storm passed to the southeast and j rts that 1V' of tihe men rer-cdrcoi.nld. Canal between St. Aigu'tinoiw' ar.l ()
the lightning flashes gradually grew less I nionid, during working hi(urs,i.. \itl,, l
arid less vivid arid less frequent till it U. W A.%... .. ,r- r r.,.. o ,i ,.. ...... ,i, ,. 1'.., !... Ir,,


disappeared entirely.
Early in the evening there was one
\i\vid flash following another and each
'flash lighted up the peninsula, giving it
a picturesque if not fanta.-ti: appe!)ar-
an:ce, and rich colorin to, the clouds. It
-is a s(ene fotr artist. to, rave over and
one that would batlh, the brush to, r<'-
Thi mo(riiring ltie lri c ainie up) over a
'i:Ai id rivc'r Ibut lthe Ieboc-ori of the grand
,cl.!i %rt.aII w\as rultli-d from tlie hurrow-
i'! ,f thte i!cvi ',u:- i ght


Installs N vc Organ.


FOR SCANDAL.


AWRIN I B >G, J:rc. .0l--Tli, s.,lial
.lect again cro(l(d tii'e co'trlt troditay to
feI-at on rac(y nUeirsel- cl'vllpii n Win the
('ross petitions for tiv\( ,r,'( lb!wtwee n
Clara Eli.abethl Sterling arld .1,hn Alex-
ander Sterling.


-1 oi' i< \\ crgeii f,,r thi, Fir-t M. E
chieii : r:rri.ee S lat ii nSitl oa1 i8 V AI|I- is il
-.clieii ,la .T;i.:- ii. HOUSE FIRE
It- a tire in-trumfiit, na M.so |VlI HOFliR
nii ,i t oi I ,-r1l:mat l, bas( p-dl:dl, aud
h,.et -iriric, "iti. nef\tSu l lTI c!en ing D)r. I V
SON.' ill wi I give -short organ rec ital
(,-cry Sunday night at at 7 o'lock. WILTS LILLY,


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6 Vote As It Stood Saturday Evening i
IN THE BUSH & SAFFORI) 1I \N() CONTEST. i


981l,320
018,520
442,150


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W\A.-; t 1 N ;i F l iN .l.>1 ,. 2T i 2,1 ,!illi-
H ol u e r e oll tiiP"II : -* R -,,' ,i, '.i 11:l t !!- sc( at tf
George I. l.ilYv a- rrp ert-iate'iti; \I fr,,ici
tlhe Stat( of Cl 1iif tl(i ut I. va-iat.- I J;an-
uar l-t arid :!,e ( 1.-k h- ii-lrii I.ee",,.
witlidrlw hi- i:LIr !c'I!:. th,e r,!I
l.illy is nc\% g vrr!,,r ,f ('.!iiner i, c it.


till uJ uet lltl 111 tile-- I C11t II L1 11i k tll ,ii 1 1.
lBy order,
Florida Coast ILine Can il ,; I iTr.r-.,; -
tation C (mpany.
In this connection it i.- \tclii ri,,tri;h
that nlatierial has tbee( n rt-cv(\(. l iii ln): iv-
tna for tlie coenstructii)li ,)f a elr:aiw-
bridge over iSmith's (crci'k. at i:lel<,\ .
contractor r Gov((. xil lia\ c!i-itrr If
the work, and will isc it t,* i o icin;>rl, !
a. rapidly ;ais t), iiclc. "li': r i :ti i.l
will be put ilpcilc a i liti wr 1tAi t'wi'i lip
thi river by Bert Sti-veii-' !,; iili.
The old Snmitlh i cr'-k I: isi,.' \x ,: 1
torn away teo give rel\iic !(i r te '\
bridge itli (ir.iw fu,r ti,' r Ur,.
boats, hicth are rn C 1 (-|,i;;'l tlii- \% rI .
i The I)Diiiv Ne-VS- (hei lo' i. -,:ik :'i-
t'ioritativevly il ,ri lt i [>, i t j i. t. leli ti I:!'K
t ie t(aring aw iy ,f ll ,i, I i,'ihil, :, I
tihe r t rc< :.-triletiirii (of the,- !'I. *\ l i'c ie
\ i. t -c i t rfere % itl li lth r 7- '-', i:: ,
T)ass that poi;!t.
Thie tearing :Lv, f "i, i !
hol\ ev-r, wllichlk \\ i;i 1 i e n
1- riida Ni& i! [>uit ; hI'e:i ,i. :!\ .1eT p I,, li h
[tUS. ;'lL,' rf a t l lt. lr'i e lte l .t *i e< le rl l e I1
Itirf I ,:t I i o a ie 4 f i >; A l l- i '!,-

4',rdiiigly.


Announcement.
L-ice rt'iv a rn iio riec .i e .ir \ r ,
11I-' ,ithee- iof M:taxor of I >:lVtl !iaa. Tlt.i ,Ic-
p,'-ttililv a-.k th!, .-utqp.,rl % t ,I,. r


ERUPTING.i


At Ripe Old Age of Eighty-thrce
Years-Came To Daytona 26
Years Ago.

MAKES SEVERAL BE[UESTS.

In the passing awayof M Maryv I..
Stanley at her homineyeirdav after-
noon, on Palmetto avlij 1 4anether c(',n-
spicuous figue on IDPamna str,- ts ,luit.
life's busy scenes forth rnal s ( f the
great unknown.
Mrs. Stanley had Ieen en(,tL in ltI i
among her friends till within as few days
of her death,but she had i pr s 'i!i.ei neri t
of approaching (lissolnltliri >,. \ .r .t r wt ks
ago, and hiid wit l cric fc I:n!;, ,~ .-! flr
some tinie.
For sever:el w\ -L.t he. < -i( 1i Y--
posing of her c!fit ctz. : i,, i ;il. .-,i(; ,.f
January shel i lian .a ;: r ,!;:c i ;:,, :iii
witnessed. v O tin- V. '' -i r:i;>ei
certain t i, ; : i -!.i i ,'
nesecd.
Mrs. Slanly cuaille to )i:vt(i:, tt Iv-
six years ago. Twenty odtl y. ,- :,;,I
she was married to Jolln St:m;i, \i\>Lo
preceded her to tthe grave sv\erail ye:trs.
She was. a woman ( of silh str pr i-,,-
v'ictions, and( sluch deci.-'iw n it;:wrti t. ,
as to stamp her imprint l'i)fi in',,-
munity. She had spit tiiinaiv vyr,
previous to her (comnin t, I:lvtt!. i.i
Illinois and in New i ic-.i!i-, 1:1 -i, ,en-
joyed talking aleout tii ; r' -; r i i
these plaee:-. lIe r ,i, i i. :-
Ilans asU Tee.,rL-.1 I.'- .. .-i i


SATISFACTORY


RfETfINS


FOR LETTUCEE.


Car Shipment, Though Missing
Highest Market, Brings Good
Returns.

SHOULD SUPPORT ASSOCIATION.
S It I It
Returns have been received from the
Scar of lettuce recently shipped by the
I Daytona Truck and Fruit Growers' As-
1sociation which show that salecwere
*made at from $1.-0 to 22.00 per crate,
although the car unfortunately reached
New York three days later than the
high(cst market, which was as high as
3. 25. However, considering the cond'-
tions, the prices received were highly
s:atisfactory and fully demonstrated that
car shipments, in saving of freight, etc.,
are far ahead of individual shipments
. i,,I in the same market.
All parties interested in vegetable
ir<.\ ir ui'l, havei not already done so
h,,liuii j,,ir. the a.-sociation and by their
!ri,,ni:!l andl other aid place it in a
;,::lv, -tabli-lied position for the future
ai it lihai a!rr-alv proved a great benefit
ti ti: growers in several ways. but must
lia \, thier united and interested support
to i',wnti'ue the good work so far shoul-
(tl'rd l :trn,-t entirely by Manager W F.
l l,. ili ,i .
Two waitresses wanted, north-
ern girls preferred. Wages $1;5 a
nill'th, r,),ni and board. Alddress or
apply to lHotel Hibiscus, Palmn
Swih'Ia, ]la. I-i t


eating, not to .ay t lii, ,x,!I i rti",,- e I j
as instance evd in the( ru,(.Pi 1. f 1... i o. S:,IPS:.t
and imywisonmrnnI in tl:rt 'i .LLI
Stem, (of tfl ;c ose 'A." he ,, :-. -
'ijuest4 arc thi- Con'--ri t 1 rt
to ewhil, -lie aIe_ !, i' ., MANY DROI
residcrnc,- for : parM; %I:'.!; t, :. \I.,' .
Troy nliL .aV\'e icer -l,,eki; -.. i -i
slie gave to MN r-. I.. i i


I. slit soll -I-oi (llo -ti:; .' :
S ,i >. -]g i I old iick i.I c 1t r t :'
I Daytona fer -'0i> :lf i t'!,l- :-
MA.\N I I.A. Jan. 20.-- lagnan. v, lvtano, an ()Oh I.a-lies' lv o!i, i1 .1 i,,;
.ti'iatedl in Tvatban province, at the )I Monelr v -lye. -,-:,t f, .!
>litin, a Oild of I.uz(,nI, became active Jr and r.:t\,' lii4i u h ,ic'. vd .
t(,daly and seriously damaged the our- was fond if himi ,-! :1i;,l.- : :,
reie !inig i country. No loss of life has hiiiu as "Mv 1'v(,\.
y t lrn reported. lluge tc,rrcnts rf
la;.t arkr riur ing the crops. T: ,. fler l.ri t .e- i.i ,i.' :
.Ilfter '>on a t t I i i. r .' ,.
tit- l cv. IB\vrc(n I : i:-! ,
.ir 4 It pi1[6R [Ste I i Iv tif. I;.v. DIr iK ,
Wio AN 1S NO tiwooCdelcer:.itrv, c."
1 inrg liarr', c, f i i.( 1 ;,..:

KEPT OUT. -


i l'l l t., Ii c -
\\ \ lll\ l'()N Ja:,. '21. -S eiatcr
i!:,;'cii -, de oricrat, of "'rirnr, se', ir-
I c.i,, ;1 }!Ie Spic i 't tcl:ay thiat tilte Hn -
'i;. ,< f ll r l'r?.idetit in dischilrgirig
w ::.t ai: ilrin r tihe colore-d soldiers (,f ti.e
T'.A fitv -.i li faiitrv wa s legal and jist.
11e I t,.ok a -tr(qii; staricl figainst tl:e,
Ip t) iili ITi!! T( est- r, tlin tcrri tc i t e ari v
i ... |i .tit 'if tili n lii hc l Ice-c-i -|earlv
It 'i I i. lt 1iS j t lig i.ir11 t, to, [Il vt' hIv e -I
Si 1 V ,.f ..,c : S'fi "'c- t c'i iIrI -S.


COOPERS


ON TRIAL.


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t ...., i- .iiy Z. M e' l [i' in the


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[BIIS-ABRUZZI STORY


UP FOR AN AIRING.


A i-'. I !kini-. Refuses Duke, The
lDikc Refuses To Talk, Public


Keftises ro D)own.


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two anlld iajn l i lr .r e ,- .


I t >~I:L~i -I 1hike Abruzz~i,
a -:c i avrrgignhrLondon innetig-.
;'. if r FIuar iar- to ;oav]my e-e-lhinr-
ci eK I- ec-'c c-poeiert.; relative
- .t~c ri:, Kinceirc- acz iIhimself.
It e4'cI i L ellh .y h11isa (enit-ci all
.. 4e c-ruethtic!-t o-l# luake
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TA"M LadieBs -NmTINSET.


LACYZg EY~RBOIDERIES, RIDBO!SS, NOTIONS, ETC.


McCal's Patterns.


ANTHONY BLOCK.


Telephone 102.


Ii. ELLA DVOY & COMPANY,


Ladies' Hatters,


No. 6 SOLTH BEACH STREET,


Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,


HIGH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.


I-,--1 --~--- ----"------~-----------

jiauar Sale-- of---

SJanuary Sale of


Clothing and Shoes


NOW ON AT


THE


; BEACH STREET.


(iLOBE


DAYTONA, FLA.


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NEW SEASIDE INN
AMN i P "f\-i" N 1- P' *.!' '...

Everything Modern.
Homelike and Caornfortahle.
Directly on Atlantic Bkach.
Surf Bathinz and Fiihing.
$-'..Vi- rIT I: P AY AV. ; --P

HORACE STEWART
DAYTTONA '. i. I' > '\


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f'Ci:.t. T!I."r to.~ t. .wn na~g:.t a:-in'..
t.'f proposition (f ::n .p-ovnr.g an b';ta-
: '4! the Ti' er fc.,r.t at t.. I rig.- -
;,ninsca 1 -14 a t9u~an.. rt.r -)".i


WF CREST


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U~i~tAN
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U- a~ ul ax~L4~l


BARNES
THE NOVELTY MAN
south a muyt. "IM,Flma.


J D. Maley, of the firm of the
Bingham & Maley Company. made a
business trip to New Smyrna Tues-
day.
i F.,. SALE-28 foot power house-
boat. H. B. Day, New Smyrna, Fla.
-. Mrs. W. M. Shaffner left Tuesday
afternoon for Orlando for a visit
p with her sister, Mrs. C. A. Dudley.
Sof that city.
I, .Al T cylinder Stevens-Dnryea, hour or
trip, call Morgan House, phone III0
I Mr. and Mrs. Jebse Yelvington
left Tuesday for Titnsviile, where
they bave a son and daughter living.
and where for a time at least they
I W ill make their home.
The dates on the Daytona Ly-
ceum Course are Feb. 2nd. Feb.
2S rd and March :23rd.
W. V. Carter, of Port Orange, and
Jos.ph Osborne, of this city, master
and junior warden respectively if
H Halifax Ltmige No l1, F. & A. M..
are representing the lodge at the
(;randl Lodge meeting in Jackson-
ville this week. They went up on
the early morning train Tuesday in
order to be present at the dedication
of the new Masonic temple.
I AI T-,,1-,,ii.E F',R CHARTF.R-Four-
cylinder Stevenc-Duryea, hour or
trip, call Morgan House. phone llr


I Laratog-a Inn Garage. cars stored
by day or week. Six-cylinder, seven-
passenger Welch and f,,ur-passenuer
Elmore for charter, hour or trip
Rates reasonable. "f


Doings
at Daytona
Beach


I : 7,aa tr rof uMr. and Mrs Fui~1.--1
a.' art- -"n.!ing the e inter Lere, ar-
I Frankfurt, Ind.. y'sterduy.
A:-.*! ana.:: -; :1~ -''ri.' ti:r:. a~aitL~ hs lY

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NOW ON*
50 per cent.
0 sCAtXM (04 ALL (* CtYNA.
us uaw sJit OvNR-HA.Ir THfC
PRICV. We bold nothing hNick.
Oomr in and take cboic e it L3 cntm
on the dolIar.

=1AIS SATITMERY STMt.


TIE YTIMA DAILY NEWS
Pnhbishod every ,"rntng. exeept A4uz1-
day, from IhDccmh.r I to April 1. )v
THM tilAEWE-NFEWS4 Cf,
T. E. FITZfaRALD. Editor-M:,a 7.? r.
L. 4'. IVEMAIMI.P. CitV F itor.
4'. A. HARRIS. CIr&U;n ion M'umi .
Fnt-rvl as itucondti:'- Ia:ttt. r -
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BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS

*90". uinm*00mesMmemonsomue a
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F. W. POPE
Attorney and Counsellor at
0 Law. U
* Practl ink n 1tat' aind Ii* a 0
of-FFiE OVER POSTOFFICE."'
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7 E. FitzgsraldK w
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at I.a\'
Special Facilities for Ex:ain. :.r.
Perfecting Lana Iit I>.
Office in Cunrad Building. 1.

G. A. KLOCK, 31. I)..
* P#1VSICIAN AND SLIUEJ%,
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E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
T.:ri.:i r. N .....
Fourth Lu \, cst l'u-t ffi,.c-
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ROY HOVE, M. P.
* Physician and Surgecon
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SEABREEZE SANITARiL
OCEAN Bt l. E\ AI,,


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C. C. BOHANNO.N.
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DR. F. H.H. lo0 iG-HTO N

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H. EUGENE- J0 IiNS(N.
Bicycle Livery.
Hicycl eSupplies and PW j'atir-
Come and See.


ID[R. EDITH fi. 511011 \kf ['


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Stock of Toya


S IS 00 O FAST. ALSO It
p LARM IM OW
Alligator Goods.


WE AMR TIE
ONLY


licensed "dealer in the
in this line.


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S. FELD
Forewly sh liMesa Brea.. Fh Ave.
ad j3st Street. New Y k
IA JIS'TAILOR,
107 N. Beach Street. '4r Nerth Can
DAYTONA. FLA.
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FOR CHARTER. Pleasure Yacht
- "LUCILE,"
Va~rt.-t\, f, : r :l:!! II foot o nfttr dd -k.
11:" L'vu Ifi rul a rii. uaal~i
.A(' -'1.V .inI aaii'4 tinly .-aulppa.'.I for
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Automobile forSale
Almost New Reo Runabout,
'uith Folding Back
Seat. '4
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La~ i. CU.1 F&IAW PEuPIE AVt 4HERE.

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A, lII.ITir- UI Genera-
;Z aN liiN tf
\% il hea ;!!d at --ery low figure.


.. a: I).tvtrina, Fliai.
4aa*&alalahalaleaera*O 'rno


wh-ri You
MILLS tiik of
SICE CREAM O!WE US
Aan!~on a 11ttle t-,r a lot
i%4., drivkr1 all
THlE tiET FOI 'rAINJ; Sevewe LLS'


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''.J~I'21N \1 ~Co.,, furniture.
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Every child should have j
count. The child who r
early training in saving si
will acquire a habit that i
valuable in later years.


Responsibility of Starting a

rests on those who love the chilIM
offer the opportunity. ChildreWss4
especially desired. Four per eLat.
compounded quarterly paid in oWr
Department. Accounts may be op
one dollar up.


The Merchants I&
A. D. M, BRIDE, President. J. B. CONRAD TV
F. N. CONRAD, Cashier.
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: *THF- SPOT CASH (iROCERY'
f l S. IS. I.ER. Proprietor. HAM
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jA4 The Sy _racuse, E -"".... "
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CITY
0 fR YriRANSFER STABLES
Hi.Ck NIEF 'T ALL TRAINS.
T H Fn F [r I T T t k % O T S I N D A N T O W
BleC-smith rand Carriage
Shop in Connection. !
I GIO. A. FOYE, Proprltor

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DAYTONA ICE COMPANY Lf


ICE


Absolutely Pu.-e
Made Irpm Dfgft
W after.


()Our \%%az:-ns make Trips DWly.
,V S vi;.Jn. to all parts ad
DAYTONA., SEABREEZE. (),K\i\I) and DAYTONA I
Ice for Boats Delivered a: an.y IN:ck Sacked or LI
OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant. 'Phl


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ARCHITECT
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The National Biscuit Co.


CTnATotnnn.ant Rr.,IIe t EVERYBODY IN
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Dry Goods,
Ladies' and Gent's F lImh, I
J. W. FULLAM,XMO N


and High C

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F AILIL KIN)S--

;tock at all times.


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\X'hen Making Purchases of


Be sure and get your votes in the

Bush & Safford Piano Contest.


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LADY 1.: 11
BDv jut bgm recaedmad will hrftr W

neprtmnwat plow mad rew md my of
Royal Worwte, American Lady and Warm e
ptrM as the best on the market. Ordem tahkm
and styles witbot extra charge.


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a Columbia Racycle, 2 2
SIver Johnson and *
S. B. GREEN A I National Wheels I o0
Proprietor 2 3 222 South Beach Street '
i- Opposite Yacht Club i


DAYTONA, FLA.




..CIGARIS..

ir All-Havana Smokers are a
Ipecialty-largest and best
for the money.


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Give ioo Voteg For Every
Dollar naid for


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I._ r -a"m-t Advertising

HOUSE and or J
I KINGSTON
o of- But on Sub.
p*ILearmiaT co.%pAYTN, oR give a large
t V JNU.A Owner.
., ERE ISA CIAN
le" 9llock3L V~ole Of W EI
in ha 1'b~tO m. Th.'ie' emn


M- dkMa- vacant lota Iflt
AbVtMW. A 1ae locution for Ia
1H -rpi aidnr,
llII .OW, OtrfMl Ilake. Mi('hizIn.

E. S. HALL
|dairtect and Builder.
(Ue 2WsI Palmetto Avenue
Daytona. fiorida.

Fr Beach Property
i rp -- Of 14 room1 : r iKol.'rn m nl-
SMwa rU t uan'prow.-rty. l I: iiifnx
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r number.

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SUBSCRIPTION DEPARTMENT.
. 1..41-O ne subscription, 500)votes
Cliil) of fi \e sul,scriptions, 4,JX 0 votes
Club of ten subseript'ns 1,( 10) votes
There i'; no limit to the number
of cluIbs each contestant may secure
The subscription price of The
Weekly lJazette-News is $1.50 a
year; Th.t Daily News is $1.50 for
the season by mail.
Ml olh'tlt l-ti \>l'ot,. I,\ c'lallndlldtt. or frel'leid
%wlhlln thr t rctI t ( lst triUtilig vot'.C Is ul1n-
dl-,,irltlh,' I ,v thi, plrolprli.(ors.


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tia *a>i~tan 0*1 easy t,. Kemewr'ber! i,(tihih SEVEN DAYS
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S Everything |
We c0l # and Deiver Photographic.
SPIEC AI. PRICE OF $4.00
A IY PER DOZ. ON
i I'., ^ PLATINUM PORTRAITS. I

S--- |I).elopiMng nd Prinhtnkg t t he
...t mf. .aph to No. 48. tteur a Spechilty.
W' e will do j Anderson & Clark
-, the rest. I' '. B B"'. "pp. "'"o'"i r
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EITHER IS A DELIIGHTFL'I, PLACE IN
WMICt TO OWN OR RENT A HOME.
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REAL ESTATE
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PIANO



CONTEST


The Modern

Seven Wonders


One of Daytona P crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
i cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
; drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo-
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed sand but real-
ixed 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 Pecid. Pelcdtd Helinnt River.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom.
gamey food fishes in counties' numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
apd 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 plican pc'- h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk- stg-
gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an liquid
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormoud 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 Enchkatlngly PIcturesque Ridgewood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon th 'ri crest (,f
a broad ridge, straight as tile crow lies,
and the wide-spre'ading branches of the
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from the-s cextend-
ed arms great festootns of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds from tropJic seas
fan them. Looking .traiight ahead dow, n
this white' shell st rcct 'one has the' iam-
pression of a fairy path w ith elfi-lh dra-
peries, but as you mov along and cast
an eye first to the right and tlien to, the.


place reports more and better, Daytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Squrrds Rawers, Birds and Fruits.
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 summer's lingering blossoms are
delayed.


In one yard roses of variagated hues
predominate, another household iha\e
a penchant for the poinsettia and
the premises are aflame; another is hidl-
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 symine-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, IDay-
tona yields the palm to none for lqulitY
and quantity per acre. There are s.',res
of citrus groves in proximity to the city,
branches bending to thle earth with thI ir
burdens (of luscious golden globes, which
for beauty, proliflicacy and all d(-sir:l&le
qualities would truly astonish.
The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out.


HOTEL PALM BEACH
Surrounded by warm water* of the Gulf
Stream. Protects gets from ALL 0old
weather. Its homelike Informality and
moderate rates attractive to those mak-
ing a long stay. For booklet and rates
address MANAOGR Palm Beach.




NEWS OF THE HOTELS

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The Prince George.
C T. Harrlngton, of New York, ar-
rived at the Prince George Tuesday ev-
ening.

The Despland.
II. F. Ilarpl(e, Rochester; J. E Wilson,
Macon, (Ga.; Ward G. Foster, Palm
Im-ach, were among the arrivals at The
I)espland on Tuesday.


Schmidt's Hotel.
The arrivals at Schmidt's Hotel dur-
int thel past twenty four hours were-
Thomas Ewing, New York; Bert Fish
C. E. McC('rory, l:gford lily, Del.and;
A. C. Stark, Cleveland, Ohio; 0. (;lad-
lein, lialtiniiore; L. I) DReed, (;ainesville.

The Ridgewood.
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The seventh world wonder, do ic u i%%: ir" ,aimner and wi e, Wiirngton,
ask? Come, whether from Missouri oir i'l ; J. Allcndorf, N. Allendorff, New
from Maine from Kalamazoo or froni "'rK;Jolm (;. IMurdock, Marie Louise
Timbuktoo and you will be 'shown' M 'rdk, Margaret N Murdock, C'in-
Here is where world's records for ,-lpe c ttr Mi; Mr. and Mrs. John Searles, Mil-
are broken with every recurring season. .w;.uke; Mrs. Harry S. Hopkins, A. N.
Autos the biggest, the fastest and thle i "P'ins C .icago; I W- Carpenter. It.
finest are on daily I)arade and the' l Fg '. H'cller, I A. Truce, Syracuse, N,
show is as free as the pure artei:al, | ., a:rri\ed" at tlie ]Ridgewood on Tues-
water from the thousand flowing wl1-i. day.
It is a continuous show wit l c(,nst:nt A P arty f'or'i The idgewoo d made
shifting scene. tlie' "l')tn,)ka trip ve'.terday on tli,
Everything goes, from a 2-hiorsepower -terier )ixic. 'hose in the party were,;
up to a 200-horsepower, and all digr.cI. e1 Mlaz r ,of Chicageo, an"d Mr. and
of speed from a canter to a two-iile-a Mr. Selik and I)r. Selik, of New York.


minute clip. You \\ill rpio,:baIly catc(i
the spirit and(l lci vn yo4 d tite' rh t(!-
iand the beach ar ,e v'ours. 'lThe Iril
sunshine is free, the b;'iny mm :1
breezes are free, the birds and :irl ;iir I-
anuid lower r -t'- free,, tle' '- :Li k.! '
fountain \VIater is free' andIl \'(loi \\il li\
to () d(c)wnr inll \Vur wall.*t ,'Ilv fI c', :I)
for the m' ito, :andl l'ed a:nil wI,,arm i
'llii 1 is nro fancilil )i,'ti e: it': :ill


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_ "_. .. _Iier'. ir is I dravw i otlTcIn ier i mII1!-:(i *II, -,
left you se'e distinguished cottage' hciic.- ,
n A I I nI |1 ,hlil IIg t Ien t it r:,1'al l it \ "
in the most delightful settings. e : c.
See the glistening I.af of thle grand I'
magnolia which nature hlas \artni.-led as
no artist's brush ever co.)uld; and the t.*om.. ........ ..... .. ... '
cabbage pals with their burdens of
showy fruit and swaying palms; see the
lovely holly with its ex'luisite berry; see tr c I
th climbing viuc's runn ring rict in the at t
trees; see the crypteogamitnisforits which
gain a foothold (in te great oaks and a Kodak Shop.*==
thIe state'lv palms, and surely you will IN
0 We are'nriot P)ortrait Artit.. f, nor
join in the chorus and -say that tlmis i. a a t t rti
world wond<'r for beaut\v. are we Art l)real'r. i 1t 1I) 'vtars
of close attention to thIm I\ surpassing Beauty ot Our Cttage Homes. ( needs a o r) .r I-t -
LI{S n eeds n:ts \ia oN for us fl'
No one of Daytona's attractions, per- 0 enviiable relputait,,n ,ff I" *,,.i
haps commaninds more nearly universal
attention and praise than do.s the artis- 0 FIRST eA FINIHFRl
o n fIIRST -CLASSI EII.,,O.L
tic cottage. The owners of thesecharnl-
ing villas h1il fromt e "ver corner of tie Ai i
.. ..1 .1 i strict attention p:iitl ; i, tl i ,r-
country and they bring their own archi- s .
S ". ... ..... ii ders for l)evel(opi ,,; and Pl i ri ti:,I .
textural plans and build uporin tlic n d,ard a. e .. n ,
.. will getitat I.: ESNl 'i. l )< I ).\ K I
as the architecture of one section of the ,
..... .. 1 I. I P L ACe oth l irep in l,\\;i i i
country ditle'rs frm thie architecture of L i
S .... M that makes tie, l\(lak \ Ik a
another so do our homes dinler in out- 5
ward appearamc' and tructural beauty c ,
from one anoetherr., here are- ne)minoroto(- l if .r ,licv
hour. if fit (' 'LiV
nous rows of strikinglyy similar buildings
but the eve, as it sweeps lbyv, i.- treated P i[
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps H: I:ni r rttL 1:1
the nmind wondering "What next'?" o I, LL L 1ESESNE I
It is not only the exterior of many of Eastman Kodak dealer ,
these homes that rivets attention; with- 1
in thlcy are models of convenience, and MI
tlie finish ard furnishing ive evidence DI)AYTONA. ILORIIA.
of the elegance an(l cultivation c(f thlise se *.I..l.MONl0l.tlle01m m 3
who worked it al! out. Indl'ed it is thie
interior arrangenl nt anrd the artistic ---- -
furnrishinii and slih:ding, more than the
ext<-Ti,)r ap)('aranc, tlhat gi\' t n surlpais- 1
ing chlarni to I)aitona homes. Th1is fea- OA I r
tur,' justly incrit- iro0iiir':it' a-w xo)nder 0 V B r
number four. i t -


g Streets and Paements the Most and Hest. VA

c'hooce to give ti, I)ata It hi, most aIl
Smnlraldle, the niost prictur'. pie natural
I setting of all tHe cit;,- of tht. South is;


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i:. 'I. Scth'rr-n o ce,' f, mnl )lli \\ It f;;!
hn ill time of need. It was il tmhe
cnrrth net of "The Lady of L.yons."
:,tlhern plaCyed Clamude iMehictte. :Ianil
'ir.inia In:'li(ed was cast :as I'asilite
,*e;tn sliIt, ftint vil:lain, \\;As 1i1rsul`el '.
'ii]il,,n ntl w she cried I'udilv fomr help.
lindeneo Is supplosmd to e:lh to her res-
'e ;ind e'atelh lthe fiiii'titig I'aeIlihne Ill
is airmiis. SothericI' ;:sht'd ron t t he
t beu, Init slippedi and sli,1. sitting
,,N nIi t ir tie t',o)tlio lits. Its .L nig hits
ret'osence of mind, lie dee'hlimed the
ne: "I.o()k upi, airlinee. Tl'here Is no
i ser.'" As Virgiirita IIarned was
t~-iir!ii. tlhis. wtas, of couiee, an tlin-
o-sjilijiy I: th!ils time the naludlcnice
:S I i il i uiiro:r., and when Arthur
,:\rce!i'eeh IIm, \Iopa ed I;'tsaiitSc. corn
Il!l ;,:0 l,. : 'Yi min re t m imeati i fI," hlie
ill':--'t of tie ale diel(nie ktie' o
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T"I HOTEL PERKINS
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FIFT'H andi l W.\.II IN(;T N .'' ST-.
IP()RTLANI), ORE(ON
I 'lh, tif Ci, t ('ltyv
".Modern Luxury at Moderate Rates."

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1-111 -1;1:. find dIn:-,It,. 1,4eiemi m inue
[' .2i i- i t '.it 4- It lit)ite Iti 1 4ve rN .rs )(uti.
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THE WEL[INGTON HOTEL
LCor. %lahbah A'e. & Jackson Witul.
CHICAGO


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1 THE CLARENDON
i MR. FRED MAUIIS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y.,
has arrived with his corps of assistants and opened The Clau-
don Bath Department to the public.
Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths,
Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths,
Steam Massage,
* Given at all hours by the very highest grade of Profewional Opera-
a tors. The only place south of Washington, D. C., where thew baths
y may be obtained.
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HOTEL DESPLAND
.* Daytona, Florida
Now Open for Season 190o8-9. 1
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.
Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent.
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. IRooms Ensuite. Steam Heat.
Every Modern ('onveience. Send for Booklet. 3
Mtliimii-r .\tlirt'.: AT.\' .\NT IlNT l'I .riF N;irriagtn tt Pier, Rhodo Island. *
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4 Fronting onI tin. Elctri- Lighta and
Halifax RivV'r. Mdmlern Improvement
41 4

Schmidt's Hotel
w',,rm,,ri ly S, l,:,imii t', \illa.
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4DAYTONA, FLORIDA.

4 lcteMonalble, itatk-l Sunny Rltoms
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RIDGEWOOD


E. I). LAN(iWORTHY, Proprietor,


ITH Io iseIs i inated oI eRiedgemexxl Avenue, the high
t-- til a nd w t Il nil liw- i :hid i inl .' th twnI of Daytona. It is
very t;tL1cnfell ;i;i eu::J r vill furniislIt ancd is modern in
I*(,,., I IfCt. '[I~ 'lo-Me fr im theRi dgewood garden,
;m1 d native f h j 1!1,1. ~v In ahimuelarice, are a feature of
the tablIe.
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Hilard M Holro'd, Proprietors,


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TI THE BENNETT

\*Modern and Firstl lass" lo di l Entire W\hite Ser\ iLc. Northern Cooking.
I t .'1',',;,',::,',,Y.:'' A. H. & E. LANE, Proprietors. I



THE STILLMAN
DAYTONA, FLORI.)\. I R. STII.LMAN, Proprietor.
IainK Thr tlIh;[\h. It.el'1. ,k, fhtm teresand Po tofft ;e.
SModern Impro. tm. nt-. % itc HrtcIp. Northern Chef.
Terms $2.(N) and up\\ard. W\eckly Rates on application. 9
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THE DAILY

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THE GAZETTE-

NEWS

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Dollar paid for

Advertising

or Job Woik,

But on Subscriptions
give a larger number.


ElLeN ll U RIEWO HERE IS A MIAKE FOR EVERY-
2 *~6 ftcmd a BMock It, VoIt.- ONE INTERESTED.
e Th ewytona.
Gommagw ON" m vbl ~uent tlotes.1441t
S IM bows.- A fine location for t SUBSCRIPTIONN DEPARTMENT.
hems. cuiea La k.mid dlI
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V. S. HALL
Architect and Builcdr.
Office 200 Palmetto Avenue


IDaytona. lFloridak.


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Them.


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'Phone 4s 1 4l-aIt ?

Just Telephone to No. 48,
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There is ino limit to the number
'if l iilIs each co()atestant may secure
The slbscrition price of The
iWeeklv (iazette-News is $1.50 a
- year; The Daily News is $1.50 for
I the season by mail.
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SPECIAL PRICES ON
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I kelklping and Printing for the
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THORNTON

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Daytm' aam- OFa-i1e Oca Beach.
One of Daytona P crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever met foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove-a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes


upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo-
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf packed sand but real-
ized that it is a world-beatier, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
by in joyous imood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.


Tkhe Placid. Pellucid halltax River.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom tlecked with duck
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport oi
bobbing upon .her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed pi licant p4r:h
a fat mullet, and that fis.h lihak .-tt g-
* gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.*
See the beautiful launchcle., spic(k and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an liquid
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Orrniiud bridge to
SPonDce 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 Enchantingl Picturesque kidgeooud.
Ridgevwud av.tniue' is ilnrr tlie' rc'st ,f
a broad ridge'. straightt a:: thi crow tlir',
and th04 w idi-.-pr, .aling Ilirl'h.s' of the
tieavy-tru kt-d hiv<.oaks (.\t'ilt their
giant ari ts airrt,-s tl.is i:;tr nil:c elit \vi.-ta,
forming an arili. and from tliee.-, ,,\ttid-


Space reports more and better, Daytona HOTEL PALM BEACI
throws down the gauntlet to the world. surrounded by warm waters of the Gu
Squrirds, Flowers, Birds and Fruits. Stream. Protects guests from ALL col
weather. Its homelike Informality an
Whatever one's shortcomings and moderate rates attractive to those mal
however indifferent or eve callous oneI lg a long stay. For booklet and rate
may be to many things, the mere men- address M14AGEM Palm Beac
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and
fruits" will send a thrill that is reflected Despland Hotel.
in distended pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "goo- New arrivals at The Despland yest
ber" there is a bunny ready to come out day were Dr. C. F. Chapman, of N
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt York, and Ward N. Foster, of Pa
upright and gnaw into the meat, casting Beach.
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming
the year 'round. You are reminded of The Ridgewood.
Goldsmith's couplet where I E. R. Joyce, St. Augustine; Mr. a
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid i Mrs. W. Silleck, Dr. Walter M. S
And slimmer's lingering blosonms are leek and W. Mills, New York, were t
delayed.arrivals at The Ridge'wood Thursday.


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in one yard roses 01 variagate'd ihue'S
predominate, another hous-hold liii\ e
a penchant for the poinriettia indi Schmidt's Hotel.
the premises are aflame; antliher is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane. V'arietv is The arrivals for the past twenty-four
the spice of life and here is. wliern, you hours are: Thos N. Coles, St. I.ouis;
find it. i J. M. carterr Grand Rapids, Mich.; 11.
The birds flit in, and with their joy is T. Armentrout and wife, J. T. Hatch,
notes help to give fullness and sytl-riic- M'iss A. Hatuh, Greggsville, Ill.; Thos.
try to the picture. V. Walker, Greenwood, S. C; I. ('.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, l)ta- ThtIII[)son, Jacksonville.
tona yields the palmi to nime for llu:ilitv _
and quantity per acre. Tli.rr, are s,.i,rs'
of citrus groves ini proxi:ity ti, the ci tv. 'he Prince George.
branches bending to the earth with thliir .\onig the new guests at The 1'ririrce
burdens of luscious g oldn glo)b.s, which I (;e,jrge are L 0. McLeagh and wife. Mrs.


for beauty, Iprolillicacy and t all dvl.ira:ldh
qualities would truly astorni.h
The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out.
The seventh world wondI-r, de, \,II
ask Come, whether frmin Missc!i; ,r
from Maine, from Kalam:/.rioi,u ,r f(I.1ii
Timbuktoo and you will be "'-liCXi
Here is where' worhl's records for si,', ii
are broken with every recurring iCa.,-,n.
Autos the biggest, the fastest :tid tini
finest are on daily parade and ti, ih!
show is as free as the pure .irteM.i;rtn
water from tlh til,)usand tl()>ii wel;l-..
It is a continuous show with ll ,is1t:Yti ]y
shifting scene.
Everything goes, fr, iii I2-litims['i, We i
up to a 2t00-horse-power, :;udl :ii !,'.r''.-'
of speed froin a can tcr (C :t \V\i-!ihl-la-
n111ute clip. You will Iiit Crl v :tl.i,
the spirit andt when ,i, i : -.;
:and the ,be .Irl aret you!, I l' !" i;
'lli -liiie i i'. fre'p t).r i .,!'v .i f. l


i i)avidl ('locket, New York; AMr Ward
at)d family, Atlanta: A. l.ndla'\ern,
SNip L. Hopewell, Peoria, I111.
'T,:' l'rince (,eorge was the scenee, vcs-
tri.liv e'verning, ef unusual gaiety, the
'ltie'ttot Club baniue't being held there',
H full a;colut It which appears ele-
'\'. re in lithis issue.


()RMONDI

ONIM IN D), Jan. 7.-NMr. anid %rb.
I, r-aLJk Colhiv attenlded divine service 1LL
lw Bap~i~t chuor chin D ayton~a (inSun -
dI.Yr tiom tiiy.
Pwlh aulics iof tht-\V. 1. A. gave, an ini-
nta. ti ijt4) the gC~r flethuvicitto I),. pre s'iI
:it tiwir :-CCoLI ii n ( Friday eveinmrg :Ia'
,, iie r" t vc(ry j.lvasatit.it e ertin riinwi. t
j lt. icThe putifo se "O,1'v NI i
1!~ ~llM Brs1.iv Sawyt r cc~rtin
MI .--- NILrg;i--t Sha w eA#-re w l tklf itw red
,a'1 1LqgrilI. ajpr'eiated by fill jit'st-rlt 1L.,
.'.1.- -. h IC II Ni i rt d t tby la.te-r Alleni
-' Ar .1d M." lztrgit~ret Sha'.x. NII.o,,
Fiw (-ir1inriei' of ol ur win teCr I r
I.- "> 3fine .vlvution, "The Spin-
s Nli wi. l 'te Iiw iijg g reaL talt-t ti1 a- i:v
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Opens on January Ist, 1909


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


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HOTEL DESPLAND I
a Daytona. Florida U

Now Open for Season 1908-9.
L. M. WAITE, (O-wner and Manager.
a greatlyy lEnlarged since I ts~tsias,, ('iiisin anml Service Excellent. a
SBroad Iiazzas on all Slils. I, -n s Insuite. Steam Heat.
S..very Modern (' ,nviiirn.'. Stnl f,,r Iuni)klet.
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Schmidt's Hotel,:


SH'6ENRY SCiHMII)- & SON, Proprietors,.
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