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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 23, 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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DAYTOruA. FLORA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 190


15 CoAs per We&


r s. MiOVE ---
ARCOITCT BUILDER a" 2Psete
CONTRACTOR. f Paper Uaifaf
oimsom ana Od : irortheast
OoNr RagMewCmr and Voluata. 2C-
TMspbome 0 221 MAGNOLIA AVENUE i


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[Right Goods at 33
Right Prices, W C*H an w l l b
I 1, to Tr" YON Im* convincedty ami
L64 Us asYeTowjewders. th bem

IL. H. ROWE i&CO. ,. CL
: GRNmER-UHIS


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i Of ftYERS;



-lrn. 1OU1 KI[ED.

^drtm About Second Section of PeMiylvatai-
tki A Uttle Chicago Fyeri Crashes Into
jt First Section.


v NTOR


!h fibe the Boston
an &disjointed
.40 bd pIn and "vertisixw
b m' l~h aFIMM-mt plar e
W as d a 46 under
*4 Retire, Daytona
kmda Eke the rehash of
ate is trying to
of a oe of claret. The

6 tk in the motoring
*a Whi e Olnncod. the
ml the &utherim
1 lm wiN not at-
If my ran or tour-
;I Uerboim tou-0 of Day-
wi af It s posihle toward
Ift lih the fame of Ormond-


ima. Daytona comes to
mi d g the third week of
11 w old a series of speed
SI skMrtd be particularly in-
S^ e-peafly as they will give an
B k to Ue prospective Briar-
riult tof their speeding ability.
Um we to be used in them speed
i l -m ly tU minwe as that used
yeam the only difference be-
St te dropping of the name Or
1 h em orinw for the long-distance
ih to be a eirceilar one. a turn from
bLr-& beinf made at the inlet and
bi41m made a m:le below tht
wrad. Senator organn has thr
t of the trials.
"1llwlale of the Palm Beach motor
mnm b een changed so that they will
-4 Jest prior to the Daytona carnival
m Ifsoaing the Bo-rton automobile
i a "l thLkis year there will be no
-, p' it is the date of those mect-
I4.L TM r ea men that there will
.lw noll s eek of motoring. either ont
oad. i Florida this year.
V*It OullOmd will take no active in-
*Jg lbe turnMament she will be just
SPII ~-P ev er before, as it is not ii'
Sfmte Allafe tligs for those person'
"SUlkmow after year journeyed te
whd fameto overlook those li(,-
t, Mesars. Anderson anid
|: lll med( and White Mountair




kGARIDNER


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I HOSPITAL.


LkJdm Gardner. of South frIgc-
ri Mi e ta ben iM rlIlied somewhat and vr.-tlr-
_lcr New York, whier- >l.e will
S ekrWal treatment, anrl it is
l a y recover.
om Ie at the Post (nradu i e 1Io.-
Oli-mive the best possilel ser-

il. rawias accmpuiiell M-r..
r In 9fi 8 t. Augu.stine.


FITY PASSEtES Alt kLU0.


(By t nttd Prsu.)
PITTSBURG, Jan. 23.-The second
section of No. 21, known as the ePmn-
sylvania-Chicago Flyer, ran into the
first section at Mineral Point, 16 mile
above Johnstown, and rocked teu
sleepers filled with pamengera.
Four are dead and forty injured. The
dead are L. L. Taylor, Brooklyn; M. J.
Keemey. Pullman conductor, Jerey City;
Charles Coleman porter, Philadelphia;
and an unidentified tramp.
Relief trains from Johnstown and Al-
toona are bringing the injured here.


IS RAMMED;


"YOU TO THE WOOD SHED!"


OLD LONDON



SEES A


HOLD-UP.i


iROOSEVELT



ON OUR


RESOURCES.


Surrounded By a Man-HuntinK Urges An Economic Use Of Tim-


Mob And By Policemen U'Fo
Bandits Suicide.


her, Mineral Deposits.


etc., etc.


WORLD- METROPOLIS THRILLED. lE STRIKES AT NOnULY.


JOE HOOKER POST


f| E | I AT ILast tight's reunion of the cold sol-
TAKES WATER diers, both blue and gray, was the gr'at-
Is Is V est gathering of the sort ever held in
By U 'lteid Pre.'. Daytana. They held a three-hour meet-
iing and then betook themselves home
NE\W YORK, Jan. 23--The White with reluctance.
Star Liner, Republic, sailing yesterday, George H Matthews, whomr all the
was rammed by an unknown craft when i younger set are wont to call ')Dad.'
twenty-six miles south of Nantucket. presided at the banquet and a.tedt as
Tbe engine room is now full of water toastmaster, and he is p)erfeetly at home
but the- is no immediate danger of in such capacity and has the happl,v fac-
sinking. The Baltic, a sister ship, which ulty of making all the rest feel at home..
was 115 miles east of the entrance to Mr. and Mrs. ('ha.s Kos.t were in charge
Ambrose Channel, has returned to aid. of the banquet tables and the spread was
sufficiently elaborate and ap&petizintz to
satisfy the demands of the imiost exaLt inrg
N1W YORK, Jan. 23--The accident! ppetite. Sixty sat down at the "first
to the Republic occurred in a dense fog call," and later a number o,f others drpe,-
There is no news of the vessel which red in and were rved.
rammed the Republic but it is thought After the sumptuous rel)as-t lhadI been
that it sunk anc the crew drowned. enjoyed the toastnmaster rapped for si-
lence. and in his characteristic tff-hand
Style made a few appropriate remarks
SIleading up to, the "feaizt of reason nrat
STtDENTS flow of soul" and t,ook ocasr-i, l tee read a
letter from anr absent Cotnrade, (.'0,11-
SAVE CITY.: t"uh en o n
which was Inluch Pen)oyed.. aldl upoln lIo-
Stieon of the Rev. Mr. t;rriatnel, a vote of
!thanks was t.nd'lt'd ('OiBuitiu,!( l'r-
It it gone for n-awne.
1i 't I'ntlt,'l l'rI"-I \\ while tt r' letter o4if a It riv\atct na-
PI'IN('ETON, N. J., Jan. 23.--Di-* ture and addressed personlly t,, "l)ad
reacted by President Woodrow Wilson Matthews a few extra.t- %%ill lbe of gtl-
and Iham, lienrI B. Fine, the student cral interestt I)ad read it ith ,gr,.t
of Princeton U'niversity helped save thr ,tfect to th,' a s.m erlt,lcd gin-t'-.
city from entire d,.strution today. It starts off I )ear ID)na
Eight buildings, valued at $100,OtX). "This morning wlhilet li,:akfaistiS erin
wert' destroyed. Assistance was as~ke.d tham and egg. trmnpagn'r. turkey witig-..
of Trenton. but later recalled. No cas- Florida strawba.rrie.< at $2 ier, th11 iruni-
ualties are re.prted. The tire originated fornied over-Ionrd \\V in a restaurant, causedd by the exploSton taking nmy tii,s \lMot ti:.v are iitfi'i-
(of a gasoline stoi *, and spread to build- ently large-- hiniil' ii 1IK i n,'!y ctf the
Sing- close to th-. tl,rlimitories'. The stu- 1)Daily New.
Sdents wer. arous d and formed a hand- .The tirt At,.,i t !it it tr :.tt ivt :Ti-
buck't alrigade aid assisted the' i,.lletiten ntnion Was the nletic, that J.c lok,.r
ito w,- re late in a rrivitig Post would tlmet toriight. Itou i:nti
appreciate the \alnie of ad ',rt ti-arig, I ,:Dil.
,'I ,, A, \ W \ i, A Nrtla- There i- ino telling \ h:tt gri- t %ill
ern (,iiicl llse \ats a e- bring, keel, it up, *- ily if
elirn le ti.siollonug ase ant i this a re- induce litz t, "frn!.k ,rf,..tr that
lterrt Itee rd lul ae.igt i tis of eight get ,. ilitt
territ o-1114I Ili h ("It c.onii-sgtinie ts of, ,
fruits al vgelables F,,r partici- lerp t t r'
]ars address 1. I i; :uI., tIrlando, the war vhest t et-
Fla. 16 a4w. in thittughit t. r!.i .. .. te I tii'
an ,Ii. v,')rr I "e at r it v t, ki'ii tw r


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eVote As It Stood Wednesday E
IN TME BUSH & SAFFOKI) PIANO CONTEST


[)ANiONA


~m Wgh School
bus lb S -
Buftm Star
'frI Moran


might turn up 4 -1'v ,! tl. \\V 'ir,.itt ,
imiake his ualiipt i,' >ti'l tI ,'.t' \ icc \ aii l
r ing I et-I better if %'. li.i-iIl a tei t1, i !,?i.-, tat
ilningt i t e in,, *.i I

i ail, if \,)u ,vt r l,.,cl 4- t!.> N'i1i] 1, l


Want te_-l Nire 'eur-. t r :I!! tie' lit tit-,
utiemi, eaali'Lic l It I tAfin" 1 !'11 .e
(-ouniten kaan iI tlIrIc-c' I a I orl lie ,"loti
wholly frauigit %% it K wl, tI.'.! ee tI.'-
eeamtaalUnaitV 'Alanii an'na n.ila-t
toleraited you, go c~A :l",nid a ur t tip a lbat -


I.O051,125
713,865
478,733
111,485
17 .707


cef tle evening, and was generously ap-
plauded and lionized throuih,,i-;t t'.(e
evening.
At the COInclusi(on Cohnel ,tIHuNti -'
address, )Dr. F. tl. lHoughton S av thi:tni
"Dixie"' on his fine talking im;ti!,iine, a
splendid solo v\,ice with full ho:i A lc-
comiplanimtent.
Captain Itenedtict followed by rveel let
and begant Iey isu\ ini it %as til, lh ei!q,-t
and yet the inost eillarrts.irAsg p aIitih
of hi-s lift that lie, f'>urel hiamselif in. lue
was m(tuch enjiay.d.
C' Uptnai Bii l'. ,\ at ta:il lii ri.i ;i.'n 1
tranl, gri.tt ,. .,', ir ntci tt' lir,:. iti.' iii t-
tf a rai 'eit \ i-it ,i, 1' \ .: 1' ii: :,,(idl a.r11
a tluaintl ar eit '] ;t :V '... t 1.t r. i t, l cf
the ',t,'rti.' f \\ s. 1!', WirT
batttlth e,f .-nrl J:tciic.
11'( :r-t C. ('l n it loi tn V\ t t I ', 'i'tta :is
th tr,' % .% ri, tifty -llir l' iv ctt,. t:I'Ia ,,r' i, i ,-.-
entt lIut th '.'6v hild Ii t:,.t li:it\' it t..i' ;
lil riadei a -o, l lhit ui; t\ .
\\': t 1 ',i le i i (1 r|)en1tt r i t cr i'' n t '
cl:ir iii of hbei thel' o lr-.t 'Ti:l i i ti,'
rotnit they li.o ,tatrd I man. ; d r i i i i.'
Owie(d Ul p to li"'intl ". Mt- ai eel4 tite'
%ias a li,,ak of eie" Qt the yo' unga'-t !K,,,k:n'I "l'*,. i:
the' iue t li. lie ttke b\,t .l I :i\ :tI -
lwr td.y.
'' nli Siiit ht ;a i lii, M .t~-, i. !, (\ e l t1 l
lIe a live, u ire. rld \ .,- .*; ,fi tie -'.! :
sp..akt'rs ail sinlors. .\ftA P.lati'nK -
experient 'e: t|p A in l ;,'or*i,, 1t l,.:ilg -
tin ture n -dll tn "M nrI-c ilnig l 'l(i ; !-....
*'ia," and ti. lttle' lie ,;-' ofk i:1 ril-
chorus e\trr n tim< ,tin! it. V..L in,,-t In-
spiring.
'Thu 1c 't Ml 8:1l l i i tra [ ct .~ :
t ,af .t t,, thoIi.-c' u t, i,.>.i\ i '- 1t II 'i A1 4 i
otl t \\. hit'h bet ; ii a,;", 1 1 c 11 T i a i a -

',.,t'iinicl lli.-. ;)i '\i pnr .. A .... cl !, i at
>i r, said hlit bl, .,-d l tt ti. .-',., i '1 -'- :
thie I itt td eSt ti '.. .1 t7 i;.I riit,1 e 1 ,
!'aid hie' a' I i ii 1" i:. i i, t. .'c' : ~
,l. le l i kcr :ti;,l .it : : i ". -
Jt- a e'. i i N t a ,i I. -
liht 1 2 i 2 i l- I


(''a *i i l' 2. I M -cu "i", it
Y t r l I 'I .t \ t 't i* i



Born t i acItia l'L
Ai te r il i' r, .


'J. ,lc n iri I' lr M io f 'i i i P, .


S tat iia bi l irte i. r1,, ;,, ;t : I :i !',: n -


SLIONIDO)N, .Jan. 2-urr."-"i ,1 lv
i a man-hunting ml, and2 a ni'lrn,tr ,f
Spolieemen, two landits k illt d t h.'ir-
selves early this afternoon ri dfr l,.r;(-
trating one of the most (uirit:- l]l. i *I'|
m;'v, "-.d llimll i I in the history ,f !.uni.,r, 1 -;ii-
ocecurred ini Tottenilihnati, qr !,,. :r.:,-;
y?^ populou.- suburbs. II, -I tI I,1 -.
surrounded :at a Il.S;v It'> ,,t '( '4 :i.- ; ..
out his Irainrs. The ti.e .r i. k i, f':;,
Donahey in Clcvtland Plain Dealer.
inl a cottage, .n ii rv <,,!t ?;n ,,, i-
pailts at the ,irt ,rf ,t r.'k.r. .i.
later killed hinims.lf
The buindit.- ,hli ,.s .ti, :.).i "
11 0f, 13oo in which %Vas tt:(- \ iw %-1 r

AS HOST* ,
H O S T tht' efl.)IyV,'s (,f tlh Si .,*rr,,;T ;; ::t:;.r
J l factory. '1l..y f *,,i ,,: t |,,,2..',
guards, killingig. ,, t ri l ,r .. >.>, -:.
wounding the other. l:; 1; i '.r
Wua.- wulnde'd in his first battle. following an unkn,\ :. :.::ni -:/i, t i
Retv. 1l'ana Slierrill was introduced to; .atcliel containii:rl tlhe ii. r .' i :. -i .
.1Ie Hooker Post eleven years ago and Iff through the I r,.V.l
las enjoyed it greatly ever since. Hie
made a splendid talk.
C'>itrade. Mason made a speech, asking A
Ihat the wives of veterans be invited to OFFICIA L
riext banquet.
An inrtrestinrg white-bearded speaker
anrnounced himself from Hooppole town-
ship. Posev county, Indiana, and he
:,on caught tie ear and was full of; 1
S r'iil iis'C'l C S. iv t. I 'i .t. r \,. I -


A \'Vte of thanks., upon molltion of Ad-
:1i::trl irai,,ks, was given for Joe Hooker
I'.-t far tI,' dtlightfhl IIaniiIct aind
a-i t'itlli..
All 'lAmg .Al rr'ictl .
TIr, n gister .islowel tlthe f.lAI,\\ irig ,dtt
--,, 1. In l present lt:
\\ ni. I. It rt.(.k., |l 'tcar Adit iral I'. S.
\;t\ v.
1'. (',,n,lit, Dlaytat.t.
S. P. I'arkr, ceabr-e/'.
F hi. I'x,.', Holly [ ill
'I J. Smith, lPort Orange'.
I 'ink I). S-pring, D)aytona.


., r( ;.. laIst. )ayteona.
. II. Houghton, lDaytona.
N. J. Stt'kiriian, Charlevuix, Mi, I
\\. I iu.li, Poert (Orange.
1. N \V: ii-,,n, Daytonia.
il. \\. -lit 'im A ii, \'aterto.v N. .
!I \\ .'rin.aiter, l.ancatr., iI.
WA. lr iigg-, I'Ort Or)ange.
I. I'.inr,'-it r, IPort )ra viif.
I' II. Sawt', i, la.en-ton Mass
!1 I'ioipsoall,,S. MaNia hester, i 'eiii;
S.it:.: Sirc riil. H I Pe )est.lt,- Ill.


It neIilet rivan ,Ii, BuI I mg (I' reah, f4
N, A:iae Sl nn-BieW11igi (i rV( I n, 0-
te~e II 'a.~-str, \\ -.t Nliltei oi. I

h- frd, h~i I s,

iSc-i tIteePrt I orange
\ii qamNe sn- Yeenker-. N. '
I I lhen-iccv Lt, N.'. N ofe21i,

'I V iii.ri las- klu', 0.



in I \. In: inc -r usant- l o .la'k : -L i
N I-LI Ml t- ane i tIv;n. i~t 11) to
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i f. er Cii I ( teei i t, i.

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I -l~aijn (hiarli~tte. lnt.t


I'\fc. i Dii ~mytema.


.:astern Stair, hli! *I
Friday rr ght. ti, r,c : .
from the gririd ii..t",. "
NMr-. Jearinn-tt K;. i;r:, ., ; ..
v'ille, w ho la" >,'':i a '
alliong th'- siub-,!' itt' i;'''
'L't re was aln ,\, i,;..'. i
with a brima, .i; :! Ii .- 1
aud the attern.lair '..- "
,a nuitlU r f v '. l '; '.
,,r ler. A f 'r ',. *
int e n ts Vw rr' -, ,, ,,l I in
tillie 'liJiyv t dl.
"r his. forIo Itred i a re ft it:,, ri ;i i'
1' n -ii i hi < clii ; + \1 a ,,


'INDIGESTION


STOPS CASE.


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'. hi -t i r! i / :',
a g' l!inre t : : '*
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,. Iltv I ,ii-t.d-> r .
\AXSI1ING;TON, Jan. 23.-"It is
high tirtic to realize that our responsi-
liltit the ti comriing niilions is like that
s i' parents ta, their children, and that, in
\:i-.tirii our res-ources we arte wronging
I ,.r ilescendantsi
I:, firc'itful language like this, President
i:. -i.- \tlt yesterday sent to Congres
* -'pe'ial message upon the subject of
't! ,,,,servation of the country's nat-
..:i ri..),rr.es.
I ,, r' i',rt i.- the result of the labors
,;. ri,,: 'l..t Iy the commission n since the
',.,it. .ithering of ;,vernors at the
\\ ii:. IIiuse, and pra,vts conclusively
t: .r *L;; fr,'.ts. the minerals, the lands
.141 t %,c x\atrrs. of the UL'ited Statt-, are
i* A,!, o'xpl,:teu far present-day gain.
:i:;iI t!.at thi ,,nd ,if all things that go to
ir.k, ,itr i,,mnttry', greatne-s is nut ouly
.'t-t app'rrac.atd: but i.. practically in

It -. t:i ii-re'utable truth that the con-
-, i; *':ii! if *iiir resources is the fuoda-
:: titil t '. -tion before this nation, and
',. it 1*l' f r-t antl great.-st task is to set
' : .i;~- :;rin rtr :rt nr l m int gin to, live
'. i i ir 1 i. i .-
S\V. k'i.,,v ti,.tr ,,ur p[),,ulation is now
;ttiiitt, ;ilioitt ( ote-i(ith to its numbers in
,t v. a.is, atlt' tLh.t by the middle of the
I' -,.n ('Cri titry perhaps onfe hundred and
; ri., A -r .. r is' :id by its endl,
"* :~ w.-'.: ..:: :.',r mi.t be fed andi
K. r; r r r i ,f thi -toil.
S". ti::" ra.' 4,f o(pinioi,,n as to
v i, i'i-'ti,[i- hut the Amnrti-
S; ... ,. -'.tr.,l t.ar y s a ,i nit fer
,' .. c .: ', .... ;r ,ti; ;J t'o r f,,r,'- t

''. i. ,.!.r ':.i-irartl ra'-sources
S i .a ':;' trti)rver, and
~:.* ~ 1f t. .r il*f t -ll I Ivo t US
: .': .ri ii.vr, :tt l nearly
171 : .. P l .. ; e a y -ar
*. ,-. ';i' t private rights
A ;ri ,r'(flc-, ,f law tand
;', ':ttO l,to t the wel-

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FSCALT5San


IAfIO8 ENBROIDERIES, RIBBONS, NOTIONS, ETC.

McCall's Patterns.


ANTHONY BLOCK.


Telephone 192.
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THlE NOVELTY MAN
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IN OLD ENGLISH BLUE 00 PAIr. P M -m

TIE m A I E T S, ,Alligator Goods.
Are The Latest Craze. ww MTn
Ask to see them at Clark's OAN'LY
Jewelry Store. L .ensed .l In the CtY
OEO. H. CLARK ftS. ia t&is iine.


C-!LAD Yr~~
m losmivm JEd W biab
kwleg umi heam d ey forab" Cdy. Wown q
Jwbtwog eomphW wad mseamy of ahabr
BVOal Wonrvtr, .Anucac adyL &d WaWw', 3
-n tha bd t on the mon kost. LOrdutd
ad styl without xteir chai


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$4.95


E WILL SELL

AINAN AND STETSON


4,0"000 A 9~.00 sI IOES


NVIlY PAY ORE= .O


Leac ANTHONY BROS. ',n,|
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-I-. ELLA DV-OY COMPANY, I
M. ELLA DiVOY I COMPANY,n


Ladies' Hatters,


No. 6 SOLTH BEACH STREET,


Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,


HI(jH CLASS GiOODS, L OW PRICES.


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BEACH STREET.


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Mayor G. i. Seaman is in Jack-
sonvilie haring gon<. up on thecarly
tra'n veiter lay. He is attending the,
meeting of the order of the Mystic
Shrine.
:For Rent-Flats, furnished or
unfurnished, by the year. Centrally
l,<-ated. Cal! l ) Volusia are. 460-2


MI. and Mrs Bailer, of Brooklyn.
N. Y., arrived Friday evening and
have rx;nts with M Abbott and
Mr.s Hlaynes on Bay street.
"'H-indsme 50c Panama hats.
4 "-:2 M. Ella DeVoy & Co.
Mrs. George Pollard arrived home
Wednesday from Seattle, Wasb.
Hler husband. who is now touring
the State on business. will be here
in a few days.
.k\ T'-M",i:ILE Et-R CHIARTER-Four
cyI iidrr Stevens-Durvea, hour or
trip. alll Mloriga House, phone 11,.
.1 I AtbI and family arrived last
igh: fr nm (,ainesville. and will
rnak this their home Mr. Abel is
a ,,r.f..-intiU horse shoer. and will
Le with the Fove shop.
:-Saratoga Inn Garage, cars stored
!.y Ilay r week. Six-cylinder, seven-
jas--ngtzer \\VIlh- andl fur-paesenger
:Imi-i rtf for -charter, hunr or trip
ILites rea-, unable tf

\\. II ;ar..iner anDl B. F. Hlough
Sena- t .LTcksonville Friday t,, at-
: the ssion of the Mystic
L.:r1. I. M. Waite anid A. R.
tr.i.r- ac nipanied them. the two
1 ,t:er as candidates for initiation in
t : k.v;: rir-s ,f the order.


TEE IAYTOA DAILY N[WS
PUbllsb-d every rening. v ve-pt sun-
day-. from [*eu'mlr I to April 1. I\v
TH r: 4;AZ Prg-NEW A C'.
T. E. FIrzoXIIALz. Fdtttor-M. g U., --r.
f. IIrMARKE. ('It rFttlt'.
Giro. F. ckrorcH. Supm-rint,-rzlof- i.
EEnt.-r"I w ~cond-cla- t matt--r -
r-flatbr 1. 11P4. at tL-.- .m-t~ 'mi .
lonytonn. Via. ufulo-r th-, A,-,. t,'
March ::, I.V.



BUSRISEM AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


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FOR CHIRTER. Pleasure Yacht
*' LUCI LE,''
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Automobile for Sale,


Accounts of Childrl


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Every child should have
count. The child who re:
early training insaving small
will acquire a habit that wl
valuable in later years.


Responsibility of Starting a CM

rests on those who love the child I
offer the opportunity. Childrn'a


-Almost New Reo Runabout, especially desired. Four per cer
SPOPith Folding Back j compounded quarterly paid in as
F. W. POPE qaael
Attorney and Counsellor at s Department. Accounts may be e
* Law. ,1,,1. C.I1* f(I PEOPLE ANYUE % one dollar up.
* Practlc- n State and FedJ-ral ('-,ur;,
OFFICE OLER POST(OFFICE. i Ik .-iL 4SS O [TI,.
Telephone 4
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T. F.. iltizg-r~ld E. F. .r ring an aill txls
FITZGERALD & ) ATES D. M< BRIDE. President. J. B. CONRAD
W\ ill 1e sold at very low figure. N. CONRAD, Cahier.
Attorneys and Counsellors at 1-.a% ------ -------
Special Facilities for Examinir.; ::: r. r.
Perfecting Ltand Tit:e. .
Office in Conrad Building. T'.- -,,. (RFOVCHt, 1g._-gu


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G. A. KLOCK, M. 1).
0 PIVSICIAN AND StL1OEON.

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Surgeon.
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Blacksmith anhd Curriago
Shop in Connection.


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DAYTONA. SEABREEZFt. ~k'.l :d 1) l\TONA
Ice for Boats Deliiered at an \ '.Sk aCkdor idT
OFFICE-Rear of _Shantz Plant.


Abs-outely P
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Demonstration Da
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DR. F. II. MOLiIlN *, 1AT Lym an's.

VDfS'T..-- :i The National Bi -cuit Co.

Indicant R EVERYBODY
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Bicycle Livery.
Bicy'le Supplies and kP.pr-t
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Work called for ad delivered
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| Columbia Racycle,
Iver Johnson and
S. B. GREEN National Wheels
Proprietor 22 13outh Beach Street
i & Opposite Yacht Club


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Our All-Havana Smokers are a
specialty-largest and best
for the money.
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BOATS jBr


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Located north of Cmatal MIr


F. A. ROOT


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S or eiern 7-room furilali-
Avenue.
t omit J. BROWN.:.
-f tMIdeuwoio Awnue.
y~th fmrntalie cont-
gas y; Wdtual"d It"
iI vwwwwt to arml uVt-
11id fh- cowrners lt 11y-
boeot herlc: hekt
*inp It you are tuae.r-
i' to ek &t the prt.Mqrl?.
C. M. Dagham. ('Ii': or
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b eft~lm fme is room for *evrat I
0a the M111l4 kg. M 'N
so e laatre ouw very ;d. loo. tr
M I.'ee that hwaiv ent (1fl

'ROM HOUSE and
Lot in KINGSTONV
AJZ Iqetre of,...
wmiOJ WAL CSTATrh camw"Y' Cv
WOpI~aH S. DAYTON.
a. T. ECLELJLAN. Owner.

LOTS ON RIDGEWOOD
6 i7 w Orm lts and X Rlwk L3. CWI. -
awls Aodtam.. to Daytona. Th''." jro
6- M e m- ilus dotrmltpI. matvn e No.tft-
eag .geg *YOehe Ar fifl IO.e t ika imi 'r i
m u rn. For proCro "addre-s
WY 3R.OWN. ( CN'-truI I:,Le*. L i atlJhi.cm.


Archite45. and 11.u
Office 209 Palmetto Avenue

I)aytona. I ItoridA.

Silver Beach Property
h4oua' of 14 room-:i tmect' 'ii itt-
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PRESCRIPTIONS
We call for and DOklier
Them.


Ylrhou'S I lARM ACY
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SUBSCRIPTION DEPARTMENT.
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Cluil of ten sutiscri lt'ins 1 1,I' N votes
T'hlern, i- no limit to the number
4,f cluis each contestant may secure


The subscription price of The
Weekly (Gazette-News is $1.50 a
year; The Daily News is $1.50 for
the season by mail.
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Winter Homes.


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Real Estate.


Ormond Beaw
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Truck Lands.


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DLytema's acgmable OceM Beacih.
One of Daytonsa crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever aet 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-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 Placid. Pellucid Htlifax 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 bosonm tlecked 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 p, lican pc"-h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk sti g-
gling upward with his floundering load
lie 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 Enchantingly Picturesque Ildgewood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon thie crest i,f
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branclles of the
heavy-truntked live-oaks extend their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from thest' 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 the imn-
pression of a fairy path with elfish dra-
peries, but as you move\ along and cast
an eve first to the right and theln to the
left you see dis.tiniguishied cottage homines
in thile Illost dlightful settings.
See- the glistening Ieaf of the grand


place reports more and better, Daytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Sqkveds, Powera, Birds and Fraits.
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 thrillthat 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. Hie will sit bolt
upright and gnaw into the meat, casting
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming
the year 'round. You are reminded of
Goldsmith's couplet where
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid
And simmer's lingering blossoms are
delayed.
In one yard roses of variagated hues
predominate, another household ha\e
a penchant for the poin ettia andl
the premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety is
the spice of life and here is where you'
find it.
The birds flit in, and with their joyous~
notes help to give fullness and synlume-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, I)ay-
tona yields the palm to none for quality
and quantity per acre. There are scores
of citrus groves in proximity to, the city,
branches bending to the earth with t cir
burdens of luscious golden globes. whichh
for beauty, proliflicacy and all desirablle
qualities would truly astonish


HOTEL PALM BEACH
Surrounded by warm waters of the Gulf
Stream. Protects |uests from ALL cold
weather. Its homelike Informality and
moderate rates attractive to those mak-
ing a long stay. For booklet and rates
address MANAGBK Palm Beach.


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NEWS OF THE HOT1

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The new arrivals at the Prince George
yesterday were: Miss Mary E. Brown
and NMiss Emma Dunleavy, of Plainfield,
N. J.; G. Edmonston and wife, of Wash-
ington, I C ; Mrs. G P. Rose, C. E.
Rose and W\. D. Rose, of Nashville; Mr .
SJ. Anderson and maid New York, and
IMrs. Charlotte A. Parsons, of New York


The Pines.
iThursday night hops are becomiing a
regular feature at the Pines. All the
good old time dances were entered into
with much spirit.
Among the recent arrivals at The
Pines are: Mrs. Glenn F. Andrews and
Mrs. M. Wachenheimler, of St. Paul,
Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Charlemange ('lark,
Detroit, Mich.; Mr. E. I). Neff and t 'ife,
Richonand, Ind.


The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out. -
The seventh world wonder, do you j The Ridgewood.
ask? Come, whether from Missouri or g the new arrivals t t
from Maineu from Kalamazoo or from yesterday were, Chas.
rimbuktoo and you will be .shown. auke.,n, 111 ; C Snyder
Here is where world's records for speed Il. C S ne
are broken with every recurring season. Ilhi,; C. W E. Marfit, Baltimd
Autos the biggest, the fastest :and the a ry. w. Y
; arlev, New York.
finest are on daily parade and tihe big :. Wauke
show is as free as the pure arte(siian.
i guest at thle Ridewood, cha
water from the thous:,nd flowing wells. gue t t Ridgewood, c
alito) and made the Ormond tr
It is a continuous show witi constanti dtl .
shifting scene.d
S" Mr. amid Mrs. 1:. J. Phillips
Everything goes, from, a 2-htrslp ,,wr Mi l.i (ine of ,e
upi to a 200-horsepower, andl all th rt: .i..c tM triss Ito ort Or a g el
of speed from a canter tc it two-atile-a- i i vester y to.
minute clip. You will prt,I,Ibaly c tcl r aliu
the spirit and when you tdo tilie ro :nld
and the beach are yours. '1' l,,o, tia The Despland.
sunshine is free, the balrDmuv o(c:iii
breezes are free, thle birds aitsl luiirrl- A iiiumber of new guests t
and flowers are free, Olei s-:paikliitl,, f l.-splaind yesterday, arit
fountain %ater is fret' ani you i mll Li.- il," ... h 'e-ys and wife" of
to, O down in vyour wallet onlly ft '.(il N Y .; lery ('. M rris, Chicaj
for thie allt, and bed and ,tard. '. ( nI' a*:n' aife' Cf .New York,
This is no fanciuil i icturr; il'- :i M. srs Browningil I teard e
lihre. It is drawing other th-iii, ln ii3:1 Dr. % I ill go down ti
anid hi.ling them eni thirallt,.. it ,ll'rt Ur:ange, New S ."iyrra ant
chari ani holi you. oe itl Coe t, > ia (I o t failing trip), having


magnoilla l, ll natiu, ,,a.- \. ,. i,, ,u as ********i *i*i **i*i
no artist's brush ever could; and the *
cabbage palnuis with their Iburdens of
showy fruit and swaying palms-; see tlhe
lovely holly %%ith it.s exquisite berry; see S o
tli cliliifii v\ines runn ng riot in the
trees-; see' the cryptlgam,,s fort1s which a Kodak Shop. --=
vain a foothold on tile grea('t oaks anda
l e stately palli, aiid surely you will We are inot Poitrit Arti-t-. ,rni
join in the chorus and .ay that this is a 0 are we Art D)e.alers ilut 1) .v'ar'-
worldi wondtler for beauty. f close attention tI lit ) K)ODAK-
U ERS needs lhts \o,,i foIr us tt,
Murpassinl kauty ot Our Cottage Homes.
U naviaile rleputatjti( of li ilig
No one (if )aytona'.- attractions, per-
re nearly universal IRSASS FINISHERS.
attention and praise than id ,s tliat artis- S
tic cottage. The owners o(if these charm- Anyoe de.iring g,.l xrk al
ing villas hiti! from every corner of the strict attention pt1:.,l I tit it .r-
country and they bring their tnit arhlli- .rs for I)ievelol.u: ;%ridlr ii
tectural plans andi il uildl gtitat I-1.S.EN Eti k1 l)iAt
as the architecture o4f lonc section of the- PLACE', thel io,. -ij,lq ill ti
country ditTer. frii tlr archlitit,.ture of that limakes (ti. I\e,.lak \i ..K t U
another so) o our homes d( it-r in out- s p"cialty.
ward appS)ear) .I.- aItid -tructiral I)eautyI' All work fini-lit i i 21 ln'-, 1
l llr hours if n itt rtV
frtoii oine anothitr. lier. are not imonioto- i
nous rows of'-t iikinrOv iiviii lair buildings S 0
hut the eve-,. asit sweeps by, i- treated I
to a: kale.idosc'opic ciiansge \\hiil'| keeps O
the mind wondering "W\\lat iext .'"
Eastman Kodak I)calhr.,
It is not only the exterior of an Eastman Kodak ealer
these ho itt es that ri\v ts atten.tilonl; withl- I I:...,-I i. t. .1. A
in they\ are mo iidels of colllVe ie cl :111 ) l> liO A. 1A14 \.
thet lnithaa :liad furnishing gi\ve e\idetiCice ll***************II r
of tie ele-gance anlid cultivatilori If tlie '


00 l who worked it ali lout. Indtlced it is the
I interior arrantgemie-ntt Sa lid tlie artistic
furniishimn ain tlt shtiating, more than lhb,
I ex l ior Ilappci'lr:lani, t hat gi\ a : irpa-s-
ing chariim to l)Dayt'toi liomes. 'I his fa-
turr justly m it its rollrmii, nc it' t- w'idtr
numl'er four.


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Streets and Pa.cments the Most and KBst.
Why tI, ArT,'ItIcil-C! If the I ii\vr.-e
mirah'le, thie most pittur,-s(it'e natural
gettingg of all the citl,.- Cif thi' Suthi is
nott rc\v:aled but that -uhli is a fal t
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'l'h v yarlit "' lit, ia 1, 1
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the ( *iml. t 'k. 'ri, ,l ,.k. k y ill i 1
painted lire.:, iir- wil l i -h li i t
w ill caltil ilit S i tli,. ,I'll, t I' :'"
fromn St..\ A i islltiie s ; iit;til' i i.'e
iiinside.
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tripn call Mlorg ii" ,iti p,!i tli I i,

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Schmiidt's Hotel.


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THE CLARENDON I
MR. FRED MAUIIS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y., i
has arrived with his corps of assistants and opened The Claren-
don Bath Department to the public. I
Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths,
Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths, 2
Steam Massage, U
Given at all hours by the very highest grade of Professional Opera- a
tors. The only place south of Washington, D. C., where these bathse
may be obtained.


" HOTEL DESPLAND
I)aytona, Florida

Now Open for Season 1908-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.
G Greatly Enlargeil since Lis t season. Cuisine and Service Excellent.
I Broad l'iazzas on all Sjihs. lomls I':nsuite. Steam H eat.
SEvery Mmcri t',,iivcniience. Sendl for BI)oklet.
S i1i ,'"n.ar .\*llr. : .\ l'l..\ \ I'l' Il 'l '. Ni ,r;inaL n.i,-tt Pl-r, KRliode Island.
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NOW OPEN


Steam Heat in Every Room


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MovlE~dernl and I ',e n ultcite "ith Private [laths.
IEntire Vi hit.: s-cr\ e.f. northern Cooking.
,\ A. HI. & F. LANF.I Proprietors.


THE BENNETT


THE STILLMAN
1) F\IA)Pll) v D. P. SillILOvAN. Proprietor.
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-af gopd W b 'S *ii eTtd utertainmemt of t e
S-O "I i YI oD i tona l.yr'um Courne w il lie given
bm am Ml a ii A Feimaarr I -t.
U 9t11101 1151M2 11 16 M Some ln> nay of nOdte ha 'aid that if 3Gu
Ip n i14 .a l a ~ metwo:kl utMnderstand the feelings of a
-- wtth t --u iu.eby man you must imitate 1i-, walk
k a si k 1and vonce; if ou uunderntand the feel-
S _--- aii Nr am i. Wg 0I Of Lb theman of powe-r try imitating
ANr ~anat to it aibot t? his manners. Gibeoa C~arl will bring 9m
WLe Ihad 4_ AMt pone in ympathetic relations aith many
a-rd n t 1 noynIG TTe y we mac- I ypCs of people February I t.
ad mNew -a Tn teB a- w ca t O ,
I)d mM mt I MU:t m ldT Mr. Pollard Doing Well.
iat'k e abia tunk. al hae' take In tbI Spbraherte deparltrrrt vr(-tfr-
two ofs ow urmeD ie era k id dy appeared an a.couint .rf -e at..
ew was a quia. T mobilee ac cient the day prt-vioua. It
Salwas cand tn. and be aett -"
taa wattr ti te m.ttatrtbre w i y et ins front the statements of bystand-
a* a mtter In the mor tifacry .111
ach t^hbw an nWIty .tt kd. eft that Mrs. Pietram 'was entirhl% inno-
"-We ms teach Lady Blank a lew e Tnt of ail ,lame, ad.d had she not acted
em be growld. 'At the name time in a cool Inarf-r the a-ciJdeiit iniht
maddal mast be aroided' He tboubht have been, mure serious. It appears
a moment. then said to the stewarde: that Mr. Pollard got in the way of her
-Take oDe of the Ink wells and ieare a,r in trying to sve hLi dog and waa
the otber. Thatil show ber.'"-PhD thrown under the machine, although
adetphta B lletin. -
adpblaBulletinnone of the wheels pasd over him. He
Crafty Mast .. Fox. was taken to his home by -Mra Piersi,n
A foi was one day seen comingOt and suffered only a few bruises. Dr.
of a plie (of Frtaen near the water- ,*hannon reports thi, morning that Mr
side. lie hid In the heather for Pollard is ge-tting along vet-r nicely.


awhile and tbhnt pushed out some-
thing on the water. which proved to
be a bunc-h of mows. The wind took
It lr.:o the taiddle of the lake and
.!e"w it Ip-tj .z- n, du-ks sitting on the
surfi'e. InavinKg watched his venture
for &erh l; T teu minutes with appar-
r'tt ,.;itisfac;kSn anid aojerved that It
r -ard the dut-Li without arousing
their suo;ui4-'itn. 'nr frierid began to
c(-ollet a;:,,tLer aid larger bunch of
mom. whw'-h be allowed to float In the
time direction, but this time he swam
behind It. taking care to sb.-w only his
eyes and n,,se al-vet water. Just as
It was I:lstlu the grap (,f du'ks be
made a rmddet- dire. pulled down a
bird and saam lback to shore under
water. Arrived there, he c-arried t;e
dun-k to the iIle ,t heather, where his
wife and daughter were no doubt
waiting to enjoy the fruits of his la-
bvrs.--Forty-fire Y(aro (,f Spurtp."


Some Troubles of a Pianist.
Harold Bauer. the piantst. bas bad
some curkicus experlerk-e durtnn h4-
tmraelliL
While riayrti In P vnektnp he k!
challler.a4d jo fiftit a diel by an e-x
cited eni:tIer '.i tte audith-zwe xtb-bu.
be hLid r,-; r, voO f, r dl-tur t' fl r.e
01,9! I'- L:ie rv 1-icy cotd Tfu A Rnfwllhe
c*tofa i C.. :-. 'z 114. L .. (1' t., t -.,r
rie~d vn tu! B ~i-1. r~ nnr!
'tc, e, *I:,-~t~n! r ~ii~nf (
mnrters.
one of his me'st extrui..rdinary ex;,e
Vi~pnf %-a% ir uss:a. It was i a
h!::,,e ttn rei~r ?I,,"v-. and in tht
f L2- .ps-rf *rmanc-e the i'!,:
was 3Trr -ttd Ir the rjeI-A U-n th.
mrruuds that he wat "brltaining r,*r..-y
under Utr:,ie Thir~ci ie e a. n
ti,'n nwas hkd rnr tbhe rc-unds fts:at
lunrznrd..n dan"e siprird -mn the rcro
rmrui z.dd rhal.bh-re w-reP L., dark ers
They (re-rim ..! the tf-rrilote- fi t that
Mr. Baucnr haft 1;*zii dti. wmar.-hes
virthut a %'.* ':di-r t-Irg : reerit.
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Between Tears and Laug'ter.
v--u v-.,er Gt,---a Ir.r e dt-ar-
pB.d S t, a,)cL. L I-i a-z ,.! ana.
1..vr. ftv:rf te r-tr Lt kt-au:t 1o
!t-c v.Itn:. (d r (.i --r th: -. h- w
f1"-Wy true h-b-;wni-th ti b&t.-d wth
-I din't ta-.-Aere I tv, dqr z d aduitt"
Ge-..rze dt-i:r -1.'ut I w-!.., If r--,u i;kt.-
-y-es.- k-e u-t 'rn. gazing Up :!t-
!,is fact*. aad ber -r 1 -4r- ui %,Lrv- *
to Lis. *ubnv n n-- I.:mru r aa:d wu.
4; I. ;d~ '~ ~ f 4=r ?;ttI~t
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!t tt-ft r( A f T r- r a rth --r.s

Up Against a Hard One.


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SUNDAY AT TIHE C.CD&O )
EP1NOXPAL ('H URHEs.
St. Marysz, lkavtoza --S--rvit~e and :!-er-
Yiat,fl 11-.00 a.rIll. mu-i:. I'.- h o-It~-d rljaIe
chuir. MQr. Wilder %fl~l prewl I
Gract-('hurch. Port % range.-S-ervi---e
and sermon at 2 0) p. ml. Thb- p. Dr
Huntingtir, %ii! be t!.e W'-at..-r.
Grace Ctiur(-i1. New -mi ma.- r re
:and sermr i 4 tM, r4 1rmM .
wiil pr-a' Il
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Nr-i .-T G Waggoner left yester-
v frf.-in r fi rrner h. me in G(.orpia.
% Otlre s.h- will visit friendsand retl-

Mr~. .. Pirkens Turner. of NSeW
'r: %r* ia. %% as in tlie ci ty uxlav. beinw
:--.-rra-: te mt-tini z 1of the F Last-

Mr Xt-!tjt- V Turntr. I'ast Gr-and
Nlatn u '4 Fl1 .ri'la. UE. S was inn
-1,t~ from New Sm:yvrna Frilas-
O!iirlay. the guest -f Mrs. R
n- ( 'e far street.

1--ArEWklvl--A few
wanted q
T!ij t cle~aredI. must bt!
;.~arl ~ fI av %tatvin or river State
f IcA-atilon. .ddrfe-s Herrick.
arc N': iIt's If, tel.


lir t1( ,
!g nerI A'A.k at about -.I
k '-!,r .-arried1 between :-' and
-. I .I ,ip tO to le Ancient City
r: 1r lht bac-k an additional 1-4
*~~iz !. pjC1rt iI I the trIbJ
'&. J...4'F, lav the Cht-roket* made
rr~- .;:,A r tr I t0 the Tuouka river'


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Crystal Thatre. Wilmans 'GATOR MOVING


I OIGHT Opera HousePICTURE SN!O
VAUDEVILLE. SEABREEZE TO-NIOHT!


Ev ery Night.
Ilmor a YiDfctlt |Ha||^ ^..
Tfe Great C -i Dr., IDo*.i Attractive Pictures Well Wortb
I'n,(uriongThree Distinct ComedyActs -Seeing.
j Crazed By Jealousy,
The Bogus Detective Story of a Fisher Maiden,
iI iin% Posters.
NEW PICTURES: Select Song by Cowan.
The Hobo Hero, I High Class Vaudeville
A Nervous Kitchen/ Next Week
Maid, F ree CoceUrt LO A ND V
The Brahmin's Miracle. E LOIS AND LOVE

Next week Maddockaam Mor- CITIZENS' BAND :'.,inc Saturday. 4:30 p. m.
prison, the Oreat Oenran Dia- or DAYTONA
kct Conmedians./ '! ; -%,,: -T
F., uinr %Mnt. .- oturdSy at u p. m. Sunday Afternoon SOW EVERY NIGn i
Admlsaalom 1Oc. wiit 15c. Admission 10 cents.
IlhKK 4,PY- A, T 7- 0 P. M. AT 3"30 O'CLOCK I INmo.,ro fcn at 7:00p in.


BOWLING ALLEY. INIAN RIVER ORANES ': BILLIARDS AND POOL.
Fruit of th Gape Fruit and
Te- u Tndbr t t ,pulaor n "it -r Tangerines....... -. .
-e-C1an antlrLht-i : ";* ir -
LADIES AND GENTLEMENg. BO TRADE FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO i,
m fr1 (n-T l.B, hvt.uing. GEORGE [. eMUNR K ..O.
OROWER AD SHIPPERI '-. :*
N,. 1. BFA(H tgREI,:T. m S. RIDOEIWOOD AVE.-i to. Fl a. ...I ;.: ; F P. lP ,,,. I
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Lath, Shingek, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime and CANN".
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ATLANTIC MOTOR CAR
No. 8 Beach Street. Davtona, Fb.

Automobiles and Gasoline "Eng

Diamond Tirvs, Bosch Magnetos
and Spark Plurs.
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