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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 25, 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: VID00294
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PIiNrUay BvHtCai4 b 1 bs-~_y ~-l^abt, i-r, aJuarys, February and March, at th0 Pfrttit Winter Ruoat ia Florida.
KairnMGan m Ma Dusrrbr 1, 1 UKat the wpsos mat IDytona, Fla, under tbh Ast ofMarsh 1, .I


For East Florida: Fair
tonight and Tuesday.


DAYTOAII. FLORIDA. MONDAY. JANUARY 25. 1909


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r~~Lt __d NW&llb SOHO iOVE 09*419641191111
IV a. 0. JAC 139c MBIU~~ rl i Painting OPTOMETRIST
wevow"Ofter' fatltr r0 8ARCHITECT, BUiLDERa nd gT
I6a. (i. A. KL xVd. ICONTRACTOR. Paper Ilamtim.kIg
t*ai m ion 3mae. -ty r i wThukmu aaj ddeboeand Office: Nortb 5 me cwiin
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15 Cents per Whk


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Right Goods at WETTER SUPERI SmTfS.
Right Prices, a Call and se them and be
S Dispsita to TretYo Ru conIincmd tbea are
Let Us Be Your Jewekrs. the b
SL. H. ROWE & CO. ii GRUBEMIM I C.*
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ASIOWN,"


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ATTEMPT ON


"REPUBLICAN INSTITUTIONS."


.LIFE OF


KITCHENER.


Oat rtl.ded Uke a Flat :Would-Be Assassin Supposed To
* Rm- Back On Hunt j e a Hindoo, A Tool of The


Of Treble.


MIEST


A" t t


-.i the aOpiam of 'Petty Jeal-
OFr fS. Avmai Record. of the
I euseoa to a article,
|iMlMid sL the Daily News sonmw
vim- im whieh it was said the
I cOW urn jM rin along in a
Ml I way. and that the
i-o M tLLe ancient burg were
60 epm4 Ic in regard to
m I The Daily News
a1d d @f Daytmaa's mot promi-
1fIlM ManM eould. had it bten on
l,'^ ,mud a domes tourist and
-Wcmr tavek r to the same effect, i
SIIl a feeb Verv kindly tow-
IL Apmi ad dsclaims any in- I


Nationalists.


AUTHORITIES V IM ON PLOT.

CALCI'TTA, India, Jan. 25.-An at-
tempt on the life of Lord Kichener
while in his private car at Lllocah was
frustrated today through the activity of
attendants. The authorities refuse to
make known details of the affair. The
would bIe asassin is supposed to be a
Hindoo, who is a tool of the National-
ists. The police are actively engaged
on the case.


RACE GETT T INTE IESTUs-

HALIFAX RIFLES AKE AIN.


E ia emting her, or of
&ado frtaw of impediment ( It It
l W t d V'ter glory, the,. Outside of Daytona The Fur Is
-1 11" reliably fnrained from
Ia dstahi, and dinmissed thi. Beginning To Fly-Miss Stew-
ith otate-eat more wrious ......
l t o tss em .t r w i@us art Withdraws.
L t 9L Aglutiae is quieter thuia
Now watch the St. Auguis The count on Saturday night in the
med puft its hair, and give out lush & .aTfford piano contest shows that
J-400 vapoMCI: just who the winner is going to be is
t Roosevelt has overlooked very iudefinite right now, either in Day
S bi f uom l his Analiaa C(lub, tona or outside of Daytorna.
&b v or giebt is pardonable as h In ln).tona the High School is far
p Lby never heard of tWe little ahead, of course, but the Halifa HRifles
Sthe south of us. According to are steadily gaining. This time. they
S 9l0y News of that town. St. Augu-- made a gain of over 6,000. At that rate
Slb t leieping. but dead. The fol- they wil: catch the High School before
i ipped from Tuesda-.-v- isu:"E March. Besides that there was nothing
SChedinyly mentioned, Daytona m wing new of "the e is getting
SwI -\gh to support a daily three Outtde of lhytona the race is getting
*M T Imoonth in eeretra year."' hitter oeery day. Wilmaa Opera House
S e -i is still in the lead but several contest-
1 [ Henr he qulott* from the Iiilv .... .
[ feutfr i atllts made tains on it this time. The
SI Seabrteze Iligh School, the M E
If hac b een quoted correctly ,parsonage )Datona Beach school and
Shwlepiible for a foremo) t plamc in th the Kingston' school all came a little
sAdfClub; if not, the editor of the n.arer. A noticeable thing in the last
tly" deserves that honor. St. Au- ft w outss has been the rapid stride.,
lY e at midnight has more lif' thtjni tkc'n hly the Kingston school. Fronm
-' .man on a gala day. The j)etty ;fil.est last. Fa very few days ago, it has
6 so& of our jalowu little neighbor i- I ,.,,tn ra:tpidilv to the front, now beingbut
Sdieervimg of eondeninat ionl that I;a f.i, ,t hilnd the Se-abreeze High School.
d ohlC inarne fakwhood. Thtis city Mis. l.iltian F-. Stewart. of Daytona
ifkg Its usual harvest of winter vi i'eachi, wish to announce her with-
6% o -rp"ming last year -" .1 \'t-r dra ali froin, the ravc.. and wishes it
: thy led, and the s-tre'ts ar. known that hereafter slit will work for
I HMSd day aid &ight. Residents ( th. !; i,rsonage. i)aytona Beach.
| 1tie may have some fault ,ti-,. Ixie- tl.ait l'e- friends would dothe
hjhlmIy 0of other resort towns is o,,t -a,,,i.
4 t Sheni. This city, tho l |i<'-en r h W-ii ,t \tihg the ballots ieopleshould
4 the L South, can afford to bltx -it,- I (' cir,.ful of several things. When pos-
lljlsodl the peImpe ,of this city iin\%- "iLol, .write Il:tin, and do not \ote the
I my a good word for I)ayte i:a 1 Ii ballots min tir, back, for they may be
The newspaper. of, I )ay- thrown tHaWay as blankE. A Inzniter of
Pfmainably voic'ng the sent ifii' I,lank- ;are found in the ballot boxes
S own, give abundant c\idtnlne ,,f ,r ler Iv. \\,liiiN votingg for school.. be
ShL~epitality to St. Augustin,.. :tiiJ ,arefill to sa\ wlicih "-chool you wish
k towne of which the clipr,:ig 1 i- ',,uIr l,:ilhlis ,.)irnt,.d f,,r Remember,
tlt-r. are ,.ix\ .-',h l8ds iln tlh race: the
ls ttempted iarcasm in 11 .-1l .Iat- I)avt.iaH ltgh Sig hoo, thi,' S.-sbreeze
41tihlha yto na is lively (.iil. t ltii oi rinund S( h, the
E I rl t a daily during th t.,url-t .',.h- I'2 itI .'.I' S.li. .. t;'. ( l )aV tona li,.-titute
S-iraad then Iseso it- ,ti It h, fI .t l-I ti, ,', 'ri dii-triil S"chol
[. ig Mis infornied that it i- ,iTurie- f
--i Md general belief from .lack-,.n 1 i, I.-1 l. \V\',Ii. A fe%
IWI Miami that the lReerdt is ,i'vf (li ]T,,i I,'t,', of ,.,,i land wanted
lg s i nt iOterest't "t' ,t* ,ht< '" -Itl'f-. f,, ti ii t ki l I. part cleared, nlust lbe
rM 1Lme1, whether run A aa lst ,r :. it,t:ir r.,,ii Iy avatiOn or river State
1 -i041 aniD I, at it ,n Address ilerrith,


I 400uUaed on ourtl I i -


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Te Vote As It Stood Saturday Evening
IN THE BUSH & SAFFOKID I\N() CONTi:S1.


~ aHick School
-3naI n ~
OW-Emstm Star


- 1,076,295"
745,045
486,965


WREAKING


VENGiEANCE.
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CARD FROM


A CANDIDATE.


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ST. IE '..,sm I J'lm 2.- Per- I....
I' -cliel'vmg tihal the pihllli< -i i ,nli *ii \
an soldiers wcr,. ,, d .i-i\ ly\ l at,.n l n :111 Beiv ..it.. t t l ..t ; .p i.la" a l it
Slli't H ('tu Itl ,lld a l'r itle:t- "it+' ill ', m'i. :
tempt to take "llT i. til,,,ni tlhe reN o- to. .i.livipi al al i I NN ,,I '
tionary forie',- undt.r Sai-,,n bi lh.i to- 44 ., i
ty, and t.. y ar' st .ttcrl .i tlhiough thle. I il il, f t'l. ttte ,, s. I ,,P0' ,
neighboring (.i,,.itIr v wr,'akii their .r 1. .
ugeance 'o tII I fth. III- "- vill'.. tl,, c't y i'. st:'t.Ids i I I., ,;l .tf.i \, t .
'ICI Wi l In it)- Inoiithie, !i,%V in W '
. . :in d] \\h,. 1't, ity( 'i\" it,,ei. \ \\:I-l ', :!N.
A i!l/ i ,I woild favor t,,,l -t,,, ts.
fUll I/VlLLL I1 mlln for all iTIp-,',-ii rltS t!Itt %:Ii
SAUDE ILLE 'ttelt: the toii-t


AT THE 'pATORD lai ,,ft, It< t., ,r di,:, i.

It IR I .hiip i int ftr t : ,
Sf :i itttcring (sit ;-:r I it i\ i ,!'i : -
\\ .(; i l, lhad, 'a f. r, of ent 'i Ih- -. .
iged today in rnim;tki:,g :it,.ritioi l e .. t t '\.t t .ii \
I II I 1.:_ l t' e s. f l 'int'' e t f,,r I r.- V,


tlhe' '(;ator Mvin I i t ti,' l Il.' .it r in
preparation fr tlt :r tI liditt : i ,1 \.u-t, -
ville.
' T i tnit ial ,fw il t c \\ iii t t;';r 'I,-
night ,w iti I.,,t *iti, I .o : ; h, t |" ,iid
attraction. 1 1."s' litt L.- oft ;ti LiWi,
e'levpri y'earH r' t igsi i I:t-- 'irti.-t- inl
their lit ,. %0 1hw l ,. --11- :0+ i ,l;t it
toe dalncinit il ii.- ii, ;, I \ art. s it-
gag,'d for thli p' t :, \ ,K.
M r t'o,, ann %ill oI ilt i ,, i' ,- t tl!
people with !'.l' t,.'t .- i- a i \r I,,t
w ill presidet at tl,v I I .1; --i.nI
will be liuf,,'.t i *- ,t-.


THE BOYCOTT


AS EVENER.


I)OV-tsi-ett LLt -'' t. S's. 1

equalI to t hat pald 1 1':11.: i: j~ ~:


I I lies 'iv that dl (ir-li na ; l.: !
jttIldtA.sd in 4esr f'ssltIt"



I' ('e V stu (f it .' *~i.-


4;i ~ ~ ~ ~f- ev r w (1 .,0
us hat W i tis' e it t a" IP
It)a.ssaie. Bht (Aill,('s ig If ;' t:
Ahould knet's's fullyI '1l, n,, '; -!; i

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lo t tafil t,
t-,\ f~-' tIi'. trig I i I
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--rvicauley in New 'lo0k Worlc



LOSE MONEY


AND SUICIDE.


I,, l' sit' s I r ,
*I L.\ l. 1..\ ),, )., J 2tn. It. 1. I.
\11Jitft, t:Lrmi'r, sl,,is t tandi killed his wifl
i, iiif it itin fitar \\Villuigh yIy early ti,-
.l:y, ::itd tt.lO n \ ,*it to t lie' h arn and
!ltcw *it \i'. so ii Itraiis. Thiv' l'ft '.
i. I t'. -:,L \i l, tllin tl : llicidr p iKt 11.,'v
Ik IIttit fte Iit'd(fi t he' 011, tw itsiltl.
' !.. li !,)l t t t1 il I ir fit 1 isV'.


MR. BROWN


OF GEORGIA.


it I i t llp il t le -
I lit.t Xl i. t i % it i a br tlie


it'.,it
Xli I'- lt'xIsIvar %- s tl -it I (.the


it, t I4..* isI( r L A-. 4 t 111ell11't .
I s' -'-At 0- st itI


REPUBLIC


f, i TO


DAYTONA'S


Cfi


VVwIV 1 V VVU


THE BOTTOM. SWING.

Ships Carrying 1361 Rescued Pas-; The Third Annual Report of Dr.


sengers of Ill-fated Vessel


Stewart, Health Officer,


SReach New York. Very Uratifying.


TWO 60DO WIN ITH THE SHIP. DEATH RATE IS VERY SmAL.

A.\il citi'cii, whether permanent o
i H~ I-i~il-.l rr, .. .


NEW YOI K, Jan. '..5 -- ':r', ,.. !.; I
passengers of the wrkid \\W tii S:.tr
liner, Republic, and t lic e : l.t,:,, I t,; a nt
liner, Ilorida, the stariu.'r I ;i,] ci.,Oii
into port at noon t,,il i 1 i tti I
her passengers in half arl l ,, r. I it-
Haltic also lhad i ;h aril i. titlt,. r- ",f lthe
,'r w of tl.e lHe ,iii lir Iniinii erin :00)
T'lie Florid),','- itl It r I ,,ov sia:, -l '.
reach hed A uiii ro,.- ; ,.iht lj, it .,li,,
tinder her own s'":mni.
When the lHepubli c \.tf ,'... ;
night it carriedl the It, ii,.- ,4 \I!-' I :-
gene I.Vm i. of lit,,n. :i,'11 \\ .1
Moon v, ,f I.ail <;,,i N I)

SIASCONS'1IT, M.;-. .1 it:. _-. 1',
rescue of ('apt. Saivill iv ;',-! i ,.- t
when the IRepuilic, wnit (i .i, :,- '. \-
tremely dramatic. Th, c:ltLi,: i; l- i -
lare'd lie would ni,t it -'
Revenue cutt,.rs slowed itl i! t,, .:.) L
the disabled steamer larid tl;Ie P.tr:.a I:i.!
of the crew were taken fi'im t!, 'i iurl!-
ering vessel. S'lt) t-l t! it ti:-
was .sin inng and r<-ii;iin -e, Ioi ,. ,' >i,! ,
until the water truck lw, :i .'. \\ '. ..
the vessel sank tl t. W: 1 ..'
were thrownI into tthe \\.:it.' ,Lt '.l..
quickly picked i lhyi lif.t .; !' .i,,l i. :,
aboard tlhe rtvelnuce cu'tlt i ':,->}: :;i.


.\\ (. K K ,J I \I
I alti a, l IIn-,t l t 1 1 \' .
I 'alptain Ri. in;^ n>,, -:ziri \'.'. .,'* ,**
,ioing \\ell iith,,u }i :;. i,\. ,. .
froi)i in 4 r\ois -h, It-k. "
S. J. lIo. 'i ,. ,,f ,. .
itrout ,-nr crr, stiii N, ,,.. ,.k
| .-l,'e' w lp t (i, r N .i.
the I 'i k iII tu ir n' I ': '

gri l l a i:i!i I t i r: ,, .i r
kniwIt in pr. ,r' ,
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r p ,r t tI i I

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o(eti t ( i '
S(cero-t.5t r'
W11s tvt hIf..-. *


I ini.fIn t'l gUt'.S 0o1 tIIe city, will bLe l-
t',r,*-tsl in the third annual report of
thi- Ils';tlti ,lOticer, Dr. E. L. Stewart.

\ hli hl i- ready for presentation to the
I itv fitli..r0". The evidence is not want-
ig to, -h.w that Dr. Stewart is abund-
:trstlv ji? itiliel in making his statements
I l. i\,:r ;' r, | ,rt :i' prepared for presentation at
t11. fi, tiri of tlie City (Council tonight:
ANN.(AI. REPORT.
Daytona, Jan. 25, 1909.
I o I 1 ifo.>llh. City (Council of Daytona:
i ritt nien.- I lhave the honor to make
*v :1ifinu;ll rei,,rt a.- follows:
i;,.'.,rt >l d lirthi > for 1904, whites, 26;
i (i 1 1. ttad 30.
I', p ,rted(i d >tl.s f,,r 1'.90'S, whites ..:;
-* 1..h N ,; tita l, 31.
It i- well to note that two of these
,* .ttt,- \ rt,- fr4m i a'cidlriiat. And it is
f\,,: t iy ,: t', tlihat only six deaths are
.tr ,I ,i() tp Tubrcul,,si';.
I !.i ,rt, you must understand,
t:ki- ill A\l.. of the (dath, in this city.
It i- ii a \av:yv rnmarkahle, as we have
*': i 1 i :i r mir- than doubledd in
Tl el'l extra population i-
up.:iil< pof people steking health and
v,t ttih ;ll ,of this we can show a
t,. r, lv nriirii; l death rate.


\\ aL i~%e wt''r, splendlidl srainag.',
Sp iAtr't-, anrid a wide
-11, > j t ,o1: 1 v there isn o e
1 1 i.r h Itt Iifl hiehiod cut tIle
a r it ri t- t t ltIi tourist in
V -:!' -r litai t fitfltail):&jvtoria
Al tiell -'WerAge', sy 'ste':n1 tile
-'t!. tie' t it'ckt't vst'oin, the
p. rkaz-, Us. h plouisliel.

t:,".i%- %%#'are- flii-t as
r e c.ll say with
r x .* are't, t e e le'an '.t,

I)a' t*ha t hI I l Ill all V
r *i it#,r re
S~T'I v
r:! *t i I -r


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SENTENCED TO


ELECTRIC CHAIR


I .,I If V .1 3fl 2-- W a t


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5- jie- ii. fur t ilin;e t nt thtird

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W. P. P.


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Ladles' Ft


WSCIALTUR ZN


ILAEs B 0lulnow RIBBONS, NOTIONS, ETC.

McCall's Patterns.


ANTI4ONV BLOCK.


IN OLD ENGLISH BLUE

TE 7EALSCIUATCra S,
S2 Are The Latest Craze.


BARN S Ask to see them at Cark's
1Ife 1 BL^TY MAN iJewelry tore. 4
a b na Ibs ys jsia (EO. H. CLARK e. 1


Stock ,-T+


L5 W- PA ST. AlSeIIm
LARM 1 OP
Alligator Goods.
WE AEIM T
ONLY1
Ucensed idlerIn the city
in this lime.
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I ri ELLA DiNGY a COMPANY, I


Ladies' Hatters,


No. 6 SOLTH BEACH STREET,


Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,


HIGH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.


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January Sale of ====


Clothing and Shoes


NOW ON AT


THE


BEACH STREET,


GLOBE


DAYTONA,


FLA.


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SEABREEZI: Jau. 25.-Jam- (;,u-
die arid Wiif-. .of (0,5wf-ga.I1".. arrive-d
Tlturdauv. a'1 '' 1c'1t(d at The K en-
Wo. -d
Mrs \ -r ':rsond, .- c is!-
i-.g -~rre t 1PJCo n ')k-ri ige a' nue.U!;.-
gzio-sl o fDr. ats( Mr!. E'erri.
Mr- VW A B.Z 1- a* 1,zIi P a 'f-....




Is-f',. .U i 'Ath is.v 'f :.. u- :- i : *' .


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a':,sv'-d sa.- I 'i.' fr. n, *- ::!. J-
Lii'.- tak'- r.a;r,: nrt ..c: a. : ~i 1.: -
Mr i l-- 1*. ~ ,r. .






%I-. A A -!tr, ,%) 'v~ h. i:.*j Mr ad N


Il--acul fu; tiat tie' Vi .~ s- repeat 1l:'
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La- e -Inrst nianv w-irxr~- at ilir ('Jar. yD.
i-is:.g to bu-.in s- isrsdranc.s. The's
Let-p up their interr-e.- in ~Seahref-e ar:d
Tis '. 5 '. ti..rd. r Itt
K '-p";41.-, send A- 1- -uit 1 it. -A r
t.' the 1)1jv i-iss~.E
Mr. -3. srAcAi, a is '. a- a : g. '' -
fcLr e ca'jtifmai ny wcir-r- tit 1c la. n-
ta&lni- at the C orsg'rSo'-ha *r.ai :.Ar.
bczar.g tor bhich -he airnanic i h.ey
hand L-lap cis-ts and attr.litA'- ar-
t i- IA'd nLuerC'u Cothi-rs'. t. i, ,


* -''-- 4sf c(onstruc-tiosn.
.Mr. anI Mrs. Wil 4m B. I t. h ar.'1
7 -riz "f pt-ilanti. MSrtur II )awt-n
K-d U-Mr or-rvell thad a r ikaar"rt auto


NEW SEASIDE INN



Everything Modern.
Homelike and Comfortahle.
i)irettly on Atlantic lkach.
Surf Bathing and lFihing.
$- ., I'l.: IAY AN 1 1'
t1 K It
HORACE STEWART
i.A YT,-,\- \ I0..A(A t. T (I! \

SURF CREST
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Z -Sa6rIrire. 1/orida.

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THE WHITE HOUSE COTiTAGES,


s- ; -hs rt rbUiE"mnlle,:m.. uE. Ie!eeue >;em


Mrs. U. J. White was in the city
from Dupont Saturday.
W. E. Balloog returned from
Jacksonville Saturday morning.
tHandsome 50c Panama hate.
46-3 M. Ella DeVoy & Co.


SMrs. A. E. Mao n visited with
friends in New Smyrna Saturday.
Mayor G. B. Seaman returned
from .Jacksouville Saturday after-
nOOD.
S-For Rent-Flats, furnished or
K unfurnished, by the year. Centrally
located. Call 30 Volusia ave. 46-2
SA. H. S.hmidt. of Schmidt's Hotel,
made a business trip to St. Augus-
tine Friday.
SI. M. Waite and A. R. Edwards,
lwhbo took the Shrine degrees in
!Jacksonville Friday night. returned
iSaturday afternoon looking as if
they had enjoyed the fun as much as
the other fellows.
St Ai T-VMtiBILE F.,BR CHARTER-Four
cylinder Stevens-Duryea, hour or
trip, call Morgan House. phone 11)0.
Capt. E. A Lindberg took a jolly
party of young people on the To-
m Friday. The weather was delight-
ful, the party congenial, and in all
resp cts it proved a most enjoyable
outing.
SSaratoga Inn Garage, cars stored
by day or week. Six-cylinder, seven-
i passenger Welch and four-passenger
i Elnmore for charter, hour or trip
' IRates reasonable. tf


F Doings
at Daytona
Beach


DAYTONA BEACH,
\ andevord is laying quite


Jan. 25--A
an extensive


Fidew aik on South Palmetto avenue,
-,iJdet- his own property, a walk will be
iid aiong Mr. Bezel's and C. H Wilson's
property, adjoining and north of Mr
\:iti' Vord,-'s grounds. This will mark
the Lseginning of sidewalk laying on Pal-
rii,'t t'i venu,.
orn \Nrt!, l'alin-tto avenue E. E.
A'.;.-ti', c new cottage has been rum-
pi.' t' : It is a very compth-te four-r( o.i
,r,--.t, p'r.-c;:.: t-. ait attractiv-ly set in t,
S. pin--. Mr. and Mrs. Autini
;.;.- '. ?- t;ik- poSS-.ion today. By tl,,"
.. .- ti.,- cottage is narned Main .
:!, ,i r,-rmind the- passers by that
"r i a:,'- & v-rv -UonipJlitan preupl-.
M:.- ul-trt.- arid sister, Misi Hubbell,
:. a plant bat trip d,wu tfhe
r '>,-r Saturday.
MIr- I Brouk.-. slile bathing in the
S.:., j- 1, Iw the pier Saturday morn-
li;:. 1.i ti. .t iiifortuue to lose a ring
z;.s- v,.i/'-i very highly. It hAd a garr.et
-,' .I,.1 .I a f:;r0Iilv heirloom.
S \\. I.. LHib ard lid famiily,, uf \% I-
u,,.ti,. \\ i.. are visitingg hia broth-r, E.
," i ,'.rd anid '%%ife, on live I tak
:.,,eW. V. I.. ,Hibbard and family are
ri t:,I r \:ity to a recently purchased
!;t:.t- at Furt Pieice They leave today
f r :,l t ijiai.t.
Mr. S;ir'tr returned Saturday frt.in
:L ;: p t.I. t: couIntV beat
A .ai riia~ting of the Ladi'-s' Aid
S.,, i%'.v '.- called at the home of Mrn.
'. C ll. b;,ird Friday night, for the pur-
p', of e;.-cting a president to fill Mrs.
1' ir-cn' unexpired time, and any other
1 I-iz.e-s that mig!It cone up Mrs E.
'. Htfard. f.rt vic- president, waa
t, (: d ;,r( id,.-nt, and Mrs. Barre was
t.-" I i -,. l- president. It waa decided
at t:*..- ri-.-tn!ig. to hold open or social
::.. f-.;" e.\- ry two week at evening
--,i:: aTr..i \xt.'nd an irnvita:ion to the

M.-,- t r..t- sef-ating taas returned from
J.1, k-,h.iiI-. Mrs. Keating and young-
*.-< .i':;r :t- r have gone to Ocala wlhe-re
i :'*. ^; t I im 0 .- -- -' 1.4k


$4.95 E ma smal
SANAN AnI srnsNU

AO*.oo AND 97.OO SHOES

AT 4.903. NIIY PAY NIORE? "

Beac ANTHON&Y BROS.


SEABREEZE SANITARIUM,
OCEAN BOL LEV AkI
R Cr ii 'i.nr J. .
C. C. BOHANNON. VI I : ls..
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C. C. BOHAN NON.
-PAys,'c,'n and Su,_7con.
f1 -,
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CASCADE
(ilN ci FI
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E4ua1.. An'
Import d
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in Ia %tin,
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DR. F. H. HOUGHTON

I DENTIST 0
PHE.UK : '.- .J S O

H. EUGENE[ J(hNSO()N.


Bicycle Livery.
Bicycle Supplies and KPtliair-
P'r... .- .It. A .
Comn and See.
WVFST F.> N ,, ", i t:' .

SDR. EDITH B. SHOE.'M \kkl k
1 ^ DENTIST ;

*e o THIRD AVEM E llcrphnr 4
14.00 6,.> ^


* OSTEOPATHY
IN. J. I i. H I \w \
1"'I it Tif4'F -


TI1E A A DAILY NEWS
Publisbed every evrnnlg. rxit-pt uII n,-
day. from DI rmh,-r I to April 1. t-.
THE OAZETTR-NIEWS V'.
T. K. rFITZXRALP. Xdltor-Muiiif-r.
L.'. (- iMARaIt. Vltr F ('. 01. HAHRII-. t'trrulathn Mlnr-' r.
(*Bo. FP. ('VrtrH. Kupirint, l n -lt t.
fnter"i a, c li l-i'l:i'. w:itt. r I', -
ch-m -r 1. I mA. at th.- pt,l!' ,, :i.
rf.vtona. Fla. unlldr Ath. .' <,
Mareh h.. I-7 .



BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS



F. W. POPE
Attorney and Counsellor at
Law.
Prarllc.- In State and l,-ra '<. r-
S OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE.
Telephone- '4
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T. E. FPtzgerald F F. 'at.-
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at La\%
Special Facilities for Examining an:,
Perfecting Iand Titl-.
Office in Conrad Building. 'Plh".f- "'

G 0. A. KLOCK, M. D..
PHYSICIAN AND SLRUEON. 0
A,-,catt-iJ with k. 4-. Ferguon. I). I
S ipci-lul titti-ntion 1 i ,- I : .. I- -
the Eiv,. Ear. N,,-- i.i T:,-,,:" :- i i
*l Fitting <,f,,l i;; ,
'ffllc Hour : 7 t<, 1', 'li.. ', I:..: I
arld 7 tu, p. 11". .. -

E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
Thir,,l i .l .A .-
Fourth Door wVeit Postoficr
Phoi. -


: ROrHOWE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
l illt-id :'.': <- !;. :-
wo d A \.-nu .. ,pp. l.o-. *'. hon 1: 7"
fl<,'.f H ,i r-: f!<'*I ,'r ,:, ',, 0 ,
;: I p. 111. Tlephone 17;5
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S. FIELD
Formelfv Wil t e- H ru.. Fifth Ave.
Sad tI Striet. New Vrw
I.ADIES' TAILOR,.
*o7 Beach Street. Ntr North COMl.
DATTONA. VLA.


Local Agent Wanted.
A North.-rn i, (oism-lon Hiout-wrant' a nr--
l,!;i,>i. Inj1 hiu-tllitn s-..lit In this t.-rrl-
t *r\ tr, ..oic t t',,>la-,nihif*n tt of 1 1ri? AID.-
Vt-~., i: M t. FIr pnrtlrular nddrf%
-:. iF.KMAIN.
i<- i'. o rlnado. Fin.

FOR CHARTER. Pleasure Yacht
"'LUCILE,"
F',rtl\-tfo, f,-t iv,-r Mil: I1 footl after dt-k.
A i!t: ;:ir e ili.. I', plai-,rful #-nsx1n-. nudl
%to, -,iill! .~ti-: t,iill..ttl.- v .-ulppe'd for
-IIru'- on mi.iii ; tl -;-t.r of IF. I". '. B. -rths
I ur f Iu .r; \ f<(ilr !.- i14 '. -T-lrflnr-i-r Nmid- cook.
l' r r.. .-;; [>,ti. I, I .f'. Tn<,>IC''-. ow ne.r.
I Plit i. N... I |.l.. !,4 li:l. F 'n .


Automobile For Sale
Almost New Reo Runabout,
with Folding Back
Seat.
ulill. CAiekR RoWHR PEOPLE ANYWWMIER.4
IN FIlST-CLASS CONDM0ON.|
\ -: N. T:.- ;is Lights Genera-.
u-o. -u;;,'o':i, :.tary S)ri ng and all tools
Will be sold at verve low figure. 1
\-: iit i:ir -r ar. i

,I: ". F. CROUCH, i
I1:iy Nfews Offic,. Ihaytona, Fla.


N wlU When You
3 TI.i k ..f MILLS Think of
ICE CREAM
.%-i: wart a Ilti;,& r a 143t
1, N'. W-U~ d,!iver sill
THE BE-4TE~ FOL %TAIN-r Serve MLLS'


TH MAYF O'.,I .



66f~f l T" C- prd\-% 9-%


a a.. *.~ -- w '-'


1iwbg i e *e SW- hr dy Wr
Ihp --- mlPC iU ,,m .1 gL
jk~lWj iu Amm p m lAdy ad Wavauus
w sbe th oew the kaL Ordm h
sad gy3e rwitmt exrIa Thams


-TffE Pk-


-uIBMS


Accounts of Chil

Every child should have ai-
count. The child who
early training in saving
will acquire a habit that
valuable in later years.

Responsibility of Starting a

rests on those who love the chiM b
offer the opportunity. Children's
especially desired. Four per ceIt.
compounded quarterly paid in '
Department. Accounts may be a"
one dollar up.


The Merchants B
A. ). D. MBRIDE. President. J. B. ('ONRAD n
F. N. CONRAD, Cwihirr.

T.2s-suuus***:**sUUU3SS23S-U-U-" ... u...-.


O.VE US A CALL.


THE BEE HI
Dry Goods,
ladies' and Gent's FurnishinS, Sil
J. W. FLL6iHAl,. ,Ielll


hdium and High (


I1URNNITI Vwlt]E
- -OF ALL KINDS- -


Large Stock at all times.


BINGHAM & MALEY COM


Dual Fad to ret HPiaos- rct. an ai laleS


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S-UU J K l I UKl40" 1 ,0 000 00-00
THFE SPOT .CASH GROCERY f --- _- .La
SJ '. -" ... ... ",,':-,.- :t- o-- -llll-. e __ __
H. MILLER. Proprietor. -------------------------
"-.. .,,-- DAYTONA ICE COMPANY i-

The S1,racuse, -fMARME EN-


TH P i[ RST I C ;* F. .. o:;ht:,
j 'R +.A- ater ",+...D.. ell
O [ ur aa-r,ns- make Irips Daily,
; .. ; t,, I -. ". -, a parts of
zDAYTONA, SEABREEZE. f.. r 1, a TON
Ice ..for...e --I Ice for Boats Delitered at a i or LA
V F0 rAI C'TrYr OFFICE--ear of Schantz Plant. 'Pl
HIVIR T;.ASFi-R :' STAB--0

Bla.cksmith and Carria o
I o". A. OYE.Pro-io".t rI Dem onstration Da

I *. A. *o**. Pto-.- ,.

.. B. TALLE- AT Lym an's, Jan. 25
W'. B. T-LLEY
ARcnh IT-:cT :. The National Biscuit Co. ,*"

ts l !hI l 'r I k-l .K II F F-I.A 4 ll t" a :: .. lel
Hno ttnt RIt-,ll EVERYBODY INVITED.
rATARRH.asl ...vat... fI.o. 4-



When Making Purchases of


H. O.\ ".(ents' Furnishings.
KIPtI~PS ~JP~.AF3C1MPAN
11''tl M & si IIACo.. Furniture.
IT'! K filN)I.NH'_KS. )NIP's\Y. lDrygoods.


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Be sure and get vour votes hi the

Bush & Safford Piano Contest..


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GARAGE


S. B. GREEN


M~TA42i AVI.

AX w e*4 by upsrnes
w~0b romL md -IQ~
am m& we d.o-mkab&
I PUpiA U md amp

IWwk ade for mad dibvere&d
PHONE 28


By t"e Iow, i,ty We l Kwt es'.
-An IrO,-.
Columbia RAtc, |
Ivr Johnoam m4 9
National Whb"

22V South Beach Striet
Opposite Yacht Cuhb


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.CL-IS..

Our All-Havaa Smokers are a
specialty-largest and best
for the money.
M--mmeB-am ma-aama


BOA1E~J,~ MLB gi ~o

A good phw to haw y aw cht


Located north o0 Cmtrsl DBridi


F. A. ROOT


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~.rm I1ea fturish-
o~r edomA J.. 3 Adoo
Aver e .. BOWN


3~~6 coat-
aU~ttested at
Or~aen or$
to IaDay-
4 h, bat h
ModL Sumb for
It. VI pOM arM Inter-
a the proprty.
I.a6 am City.;or
I~-LT odq-rn
Lou blf.
o rr r through
-; pkwavrt-
&=ly oww and In
r, -__attractive~
CMpa Ini-t trest;
w mseelhi: ces.
r .p mad terms ad-
IMMR Agent, Ibuy -


Yes "po I cast my



d imt. lly-
m that hlve not dis-

M HOUSE and
SLot In KINGSTON

iiAL CSTATC COP."TPaNY'. OW
A. L MtUM S. DAYTON.
S. T. MUBJ.LAN. Owner.

Ut 0S 1 RIDGEWOOD
rw wIaw tRAU2 d 8 Block (Vol.-
a.ft Ai UMifh to Dytona. Thit,-. are
MC m-M 4 lrache vacant lots le.ft
-ft swe Un' A fly -locutllon for a1
L6 prlast e, ddrt*.m
VI. L 3OWN, OCntral l-ak. Miclhiar:in.

E S. HALL
architect and Builder.
Ofn 220W Palmetto Avenue

Daytona. Florida.


Myer Beach Property
~IEI~iMWimm.Of 14 room-: imwi-rivim
vacant pUru pert %. cm IIn el ,l
~l'. C~fthe' AUttnoll t. (' Clli't heci-.
Srm c t a barca I al o i,'N. t--rvit.
i T. ii:. VeceH~.sATi..E


Vft4mne 9 RMjftNc St


Jst Telephone to No. 48,
We will do
the rest.


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PIANO



CONTEST


THE DAILY


NEWS


AND


THE GAZETTE.


mders


/


Dayl.m's lmgpme OCm Bmac.
One of Daytona t crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever set 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.


Th PlMdd. Pelucid allafu River.


NEW7S Where think you is water with more
NCEWS picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
Give 1o0 Votes For Every tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom,
Dollar paid for .gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
.Ad t and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
Adverisin and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
orJob W oi k bobbing upon her waves; watch that
v lubberly old white headed p( lican pc- 'h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk str..g-
But on Subscriptions gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
give a larger number, See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
HERE IS A CIANCE fl EVEIY- with refreshments both solid an liquid
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
ONE ITDTEIESTED surface Take out your field glass and
S0 I sweep the river from Ormoud bridge tc
SPonce Park light house, then say
m, tRUrDIrAPr riri nrtDADTMnNT whether the Halifax isn't a thing of


1.5(0 -One subamription, 500 votes
Cl,,ib of five subscriptions, 4,( 00 votes


beauty and a joy forever,
the modern wonders.


and one of


The Eachmtlgly Picturesque Ridgewood.


Club of ten aukjseript'ns 10),( 9 votes Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
There is nolimit to the number a broad ridge, straight as the crow ties,
and the widt-spreading branches of the
,+f clubs each contestant may secure.
'heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
The subscription price of The giant arms across this magnificent vista,
Weekly Gazette-News is $1.50 a forming an arch, and from these extend-
year; The Da.ly News is $1.50 for ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
the season by mail. sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. looking straight ahead down
lMdli,'till" v\ t. hlv Ct lltn dlt,'1 or frtflehl
iiitIl 1 II". -ort'- iitrlutinK vot.-.a ht un- 'this white shell street one has tlihe in-
,. i,..,irt I.\ L, Iti rotrli,.or.. pression of a, fairy path with elfi.h dra-
Rememberl! A" vo"t-,nl-ut h Cu t peries, but as you move along and cast
thitin SEVEN uAYS
from lt. .l..I tof i u~,. an eye first to the right and theon to th(e
S- -- ----- 'left you see distinguished cottage hones


Everything

SPhoto,-raphic.
SPECIAL L PRICE OF $4.00
* PERI DOZ. ON 4

i PLATIIM PORTRAITS.
S k% dopln f and Printlan tor tbe
SAmteur a Specaty.

{ Anderson & Clark
S l '.c-k 1hiwk. 1~.o;, Mloutt i Bridg. I


Ormond or Ormond Beach, I
EITHER IS A D)EIIHI'l'I. PI..C : IN
WHICH TO OWN OR REINT A HOM 1.

IA't, ll ho, >U ,h W ll, 1 li. me; .' .1 \m' :111W' !i iOUii "%4 )111\ :4t1' I p


MACON THORNTON
REAL ESTATE"

ORMOND and ORMOND BEACH
-: -_ ::_-:_ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::


Winter Homes.


NORMAN


Real Estate.


Truck Lands.


S. DAYTON,


Lumber.


in the most delightful settings.
See the listening Ileaf of the grand


place report more and better, Daytona HOTEL PALM BEACH i .---.-----I--
throws down the gauntlet to the world. Surrounded by warm waters of the Gulf
Sqlrrd, Flower, Birds and rlt. Stream. Protect gust. 0fron A LL 1
weather. Its homelike Informality and
Whatever one's shortcomings and moderate rates attractive to those maIk-
however indifferent or eve callous one ingl a long stay. For booklet and rates cicrD At | 0 r
may be to many things, the mere men- address MANAGUa Palm Beach. MR. FRED MAUlS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y.,
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and has arrived with his corps of assistants and opened The Claren-
fruits" will send a thrill that is reflected on Bath Department to the public.
in distended pupils and pricked ears. Efl \l Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths,
For every visitor with a spare "goo- Needle Baths
ber" there is a bunny ready to come out NEWS OF THE HOTPI e as a
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt ,T E Steam Massage,
upright and gnaw into the meat, casting hi mI Given at all hours by the very highest grade of Professional Opera-
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile. 1 tore. The only place south of \ashington, D. C., where these baths
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming ay be obtained.
may be obtained.
the year 'round. You are reminded of The Ridgewood.
Goldsmith's couplet where Among the arrivals at The Ridgewood
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid over Sunday were B. F. Swan and wife, --O*OO*O*OOMO**O*O**O*O**O*OO*O-I*-_-:-*
And slimmer's lingering blossoms are Shelbyville; W. F. West, Mobile; G. R. '
delayed. Stone, Clhas. Alien, Savannah. HOTE DPL A
In one yard roses of variagated hues t h. A | = |
predominate, another household ha\e X L
a penchant for the poinsettia and The Prince George. i Daytona, Florida
the premises are aflame; another is hid- 0
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety is Among the arrivals at The Prince *
the spice of life and here is whr, you George Saturday and Sunday were: Mr. Now Open for Season 1908-9.
find it. and Mrs. A. W. Kirk, Atlanta; S. War- 0 L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.
The birds flit in, and with their joyous rington, BIridgeport; Mr. and Mrs. P. H.
notes help to give fullness and s\mine- Galta, New York; Wm. M Cassedy, J. Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine anti Service Excellent.
try to the picture. Bennett, Cape May, N. J ; T. P. Brad- Broad 'iazzas on all Sils. l s suite. Steam feat.
As for fruits, choice citru. fruits, I)Day- ttsur uest at the Ever Moern ( nine. Sen forBooklet.
tona yields the palm to none for (ualit A Vrr of Pittsurg, uet at te er r ( nl for lt.
and quantity per acre. There are sres ce George. has a fishing party down U uii. dr .-.r: ATI.\'1'1. \N'IS ,I ~. N:rantt I'ler, HRhiode island.
of citrus groves in proximity to te city, to tile inlet today, the trip having been *
branches bending to the earth with thvir made in the Reese charter boat. Among *l' ol* l*emosesllligoolll*lll-tlll*O l-s-o some me
burdens of luscious golden globes, wlhich those inl th.e party are A. L,. Verner of 4 AAA A A A A A A A* tt **- *** **** A A AAAAAA 1 a
for beauty, proliflicacy and all desirable Pittsburg: I)r. and Mrs. McNeil of New rnt ti
qualities would truly astonish York, Mr. and Mrs. Calloway, of Atlanta, H i \ Ml.rrni lmprtve and t
andl Mrs. And.rson, of New lork. t iitm r. N rn lntvenents
The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out. s N
The seventh world wonder, do you 4 f J


ask" Come, whether from Missouri or: Schmidt's Hotel.
from Maine. from Kalamazoo or from the arrivals t cho-
Timbuktoo and you will be "iow." i chmidt's -
Timbukt and yu will be -own tl Sunday were: E. A. Brush, N, Y.;
Here is where world's records for speed Miss '. E Jackson, Miss Nelson: St Au-
are broken with every recurring season. gtine; J E. Brody, Cincinnati; S. W.
Autos the biggest, the fastest and the i urg; Jone, Atlanta
SHolden, Pittsburg; N. A. Jones, Atlanta.
finest are on daily parade and the big The same party of gentle
show is as free as the pure artesian f hidame party of gte ntleent n guests
S ,, <^ u*nidt's Hotel that went on that
water from the thousand flowing wells. o ,
It is a continuous show wit (.i constantlyrbe g trip laweekwhen
st one of the party returned with a lady's
shifting scene.
Shirt waist hidden in his lunch basket,
Everything goes, from a '2-horsvpower i;
Everything goes, from a -horse r have gone on a two days' hunting trip,
up to a 200-horsepower, and all degreess So!e
of speed from a canter t to-iiii-- xltirng to bring in a few deer Some
of speed from a cter to atwo-i-a- of the house guests wouldn't be sur-
minute clip. You Nill pr1)labl catch
te ,. You ti pitisc to ee then bring in a dear to fill
the spirit and whe l You do the ro:id. .. ,,, ,.-


and the beach are yours. The loriila
sunshine is free, thie balmy oc:an
breezes are free, the Iirds iaiid .siuirrl.l-
and lowers are free, thle ,arklinil
fountain waiter is free andl you \wi!l ai\
to, go down in your wallet only ftor ciri
for the auto and Ibed and board.
Thlis is no fanciful piiturt': it'.- :dl
here. It is drawing either tili-.
ad ih, lding them euntlhrallcd, it \ill
charm ani(i hold you. Conim :iI(d .-1 .


magnolia which nature has varni-hed as OO10 6O 021 10001
no artist's brush ever could; and the U
cabbage palms with their burdens of0 t
showy fruit and swaying palms; see the 0
lovely holly with its exquisite berry; see S tr ic t y
th climbing viun's runn ng riot in the U
trees; see tle cryptganmons forms which m a Kodak Shop.====
gain a foothold on the great oaks and W
tlie stately palms, and surly you(, will We are not Portrait Artit. 114
join in the chorus and say that this i: a are we Art l)ealers Ibut 1(I yenarn
world wonder for beauty. of close attention to, thel( KODA 1K-
0 FlL ne need: ;i:s% %on for u-. ith U
Kurpass Beauty ot Our Cuttage Hlnmes. ES n tr u tl
Meniviable reputation of I 4 intg
No one of Daytona's attractions, per- 0 0
haps commands nitore nearly universal FIRST C[ASS FINISHERS.
attention and praise than does thel' artis-
tic cottage. The owners of thcsecharm- = Anyone de.iring good wotk and
ing villas hail from every corner of the strict attention pil',dI to litii (r-
country and they bring their own archi- 0 ders for levelopitm ;ind IriitI;I :
tectural plans and build upon theim,and willgetitat I.ESESNES ()A
as the architecture of oIe section -of the IPLACE, thie nily -hopi) in t.,wn
country differs fronu the architecture of U that makes tl.ct I\,ldak \W',rik ;t
another so do our homes difTer in out- N Spe'cialty.
ward appearance' and -tructural beauty Al work finif '.' V. -m 1 -
0 hours if nIecrbs'au .
from one anotlh'r. There art nt)Iononoto-
nous rows of .-trikinglv similar buildings 0 i S SN
hut the eve, as it sweeps by, is treated R. Ii
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What next."'"
,t astman Kodak D. alert.
It is not only the exterior of many of Eastman Kodak Dealer.
these homes that riveted attention; with- i tn 't .. .. 1 :" ':t '
in they are models of c'onverenice, and I)A NA.L IIA).
the finish and furnishing g ive evidence t l)A*ll lJlAltlllllllL ll:
of the elegan ce and cultivation if th,ise /
who worked it all out. Indeed it is th-

furnishing and shading, more than the:
exterior appeara:-cc' that 'give' i. surpas.s-
ing charm yt I)aytn.a onhcs. T71ii fel-
tur' justly merits ,promnincnc' as wonder
numb,'r four.


Streets and Paements the .Most and IHst.
Why thil Archlit,'ct of tlie I li\versf,
cho.et to give to I)aytoina 1t.. irost ail-
miralle, the most pictur-. l'iie na:ttural
setting of all the citi'. ,f thc Soutll is
-.. ht t.*........l,.. 1 ,, 11 t o ,llr i,.. a f.,i t


Harry WVravy has leen vi>itii -
father. (,eo. W\v' en ,,.tn'ai i I


The l)espland.


A. :11111 l,'r of new guests arrived at
Si.,, I '-Isplatlld -'aturday and Sunday and
i !:,t I4l-telry is fast Ii ling. Among the
i rtt ;irti\:il- are: I: Kahnweiler, N. Y
.1. I1. ('uN.cipbell, Jacksonville.; Mr. and
Mrs. '. 1'. Wilcox, (arand li)i(ids. Mic:i ;
I. X\\ i.-t:r, l'Wihtdelpiia; \V. E. Herring,
.I B. McC('iary, Mrs J. B McCrary, At-
I:n1t. ; I). 1I. ilabainy, Jacksonville,
Ai.; I.E. '. l tr, I'ittsburg; It. (',ck
r,.l, ('(,liltl ', O.;C(. 11. Smr itl Atlanth ;
.... I. li A i. iav, Mi neapolis; tE(I in E.
I'itl, '.lll ipa; Mr. and Mrs. .ih. I. Ro.-e
l'itt-litLr? ; Mr. atid Mrs. It. 'aiiAlllen.
\\i ar.;'w, N. V ; Mrs. ('liarl.s A. Bu.sh,
J.mIs .\A. Bushi, ltha cat, N. \.; ('. i; t. -
lnw't, Nt\w N trk; Jack Montgoinerv.
('iittatltaotIC; '1E. .1. Kulas and wrife,
('Icv ,l.;ini Mr. and Mrs. WV. S. Thliorp-
,'>!i ('l tv,] id: \W ('. \Valler, Jai(k.,qi-
.ii C: I'. 1 )ani.l, .eothbridkg, AlA

The Way to the Station.
I i ';,; \i.\ ,', ;tI tI 1 ,IIIiIItii 4l %%t^ w toulr
li: thrii. ;ih X'iri1;1i;a. AkI al eident t,,
!i' it r fi 'ei l iiIn It take a train
Iin .As thle.v walked :|lown the roadl
rti'.l S-<1i1'' (le froiii 'lll hom they
iit!, l ipiire their iavy thyw met an
SiL Ilark. stay's t he Silu'.ess Magazlne
'\X iii \ ,'li knlilv ly Ire-t u. to the rail
,] -ta ,,, )f':" ,ito ,,f tilt .party aske(4 .
"i t'.'rt ''. 'tr,"' he, restj itded. "Keep
a -gii' right dI( n dils road till Iyo' gets
Io \ -lie.r,, i\' 1110' roads branches o'll.
I pen ,' ta kel. de hef one lln' keep on
a .,,ini' tili, yo' gets to where de ole

Creative.
.A ,.-t.h nian i cnlting fro'ti albroil
l4,< tkii.t nil, lby tlth4 mnart set.
"\\'Il] iiti.ke a ]Boin of hllu." ltoth
tlhy. "f,,r the, distluction he wA Ill there
Il ,,i t I tle ,t 1Upnpll 81 s."
Buit the mian wasi too) little. It takes.
ti,; !i material to make a lion.
'"lh'kii a l,,'ll :'ake a In I mikey of hilt."
-til thO, smi;rt 't, deterininetd to have
,i!;, xI'rci'>e for their creative gentin.
N,,r was the wvirld the ,,wrsw off
l'ir, after :ai. It is thie tcontribtitlon to
ie ;.y>tyv f niitl.,ns that 14 esi i,.llly
:!< ,',.'..,l. I'tk.


Disappointment
~i'tir' Sportsiann iaftier 0iIotlirg


z3Cn iatrs iote


E HENRV SCHMIDT &t SON, Proprietors,
4K DAYT`ONA, F'LORID)A.
4K2


Mil'ie Home 1,10.6. ll14 Ihiihtful
4 I'' riliI i Ratest Suonny Pwmn.4 0





THE RIDGEWOOD
E. 1). I,ANSHMITH &SON, Proprietor,

THE h i(juse isi chai-mingiv s! tinilat,-d ou Ridgew~wc o Avenu e, the high

very ta;~~tefidiv awl ~~'! .,t.,!.I furmr i11"l1 and N M odern in

111v table.

NOW OPENN
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The


Prince


George


Hilyard L &iolroyd, IProprietors,


DA ATI'( ).N" k


F AH1I I)A.
NOW OPEN


1:1 I I l~ '~ I:.I Ii. X ~. It 1:1 ~ .\ ~ II I'


Steam Heat in Every Room


\MI. M\,\A ;l-Mi:E 1 A*. \- ilia A -,I "i \ l U'l 1 'A IK, N. J.




I THE BENNETT

SMoJdern and tFirst Llais Ikiin-.# n 'tltc \% ith I')riate iaths.
Sl:ntire \\hite SrcS .en. c. Nrt hctrn Cooking.
S.,, ,,', ,. ,:H, A. I. t I. LANE, Proprietors.




THE STILLMAN
l)..\ VI' \. l' )l.) ll) 1). ST. II I M \N. troprictor.
I t ain, I lIt lll: .: *I;..r l'i. k t t, ni r- n, An Pi i,,tit ln..
S% d'tft In r,\. in 1-. I\m t. tn. I\ r,,lthtrn Ot.hf
T "erms $2.(X) and uptardI. \\ cckl\V atc. ,n application.
TABIF. BOARD




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Specl attention is called to lb. eAL M(


Prie f atats will ecb" rf4


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a-m at gret w e the am e they
S .o 'h ae mt btpped oWff they
fece and waited there till the other
wert by. My friend thought this act
showed an appreciation of the problem
bheJod the reach of Instinct. No doubt
thobe cats had met before, and one
wna master of the other. What more
atmral thin that the defeated cat
rouild retreat before the suplriwr and
when It came to ttie -other ren.e step
of upon i and let the victor spa?
Te action nvolred no mental process
any more than when two Inert t ~die-
In motion meet each other aml 4one
gires way. There was no other t-our-e
open to the cat. If abe or Lhe had
turned back and taken to the bide
fence olely to aecowwn'xlae the other
at. why. timt were another matter.
The Gondoo setter that niet a traiu
of cars upon a railroad bridge and
stepped down pon one of the timbers
of the bridge and stooJ there whl!e
the train passed gave no proof of rea
soning powmr. It was the ouly thing;
the dog could do. Nearly all aunials I
know enough to get out the way of
danger. If they did not. what woull d
become of he race of anlmals?-Jobn
u rnouha in Outting Mazaxne.
Externally.
The Ikxctr--YT understand, don't
you. ttat this Is only to te used ex-
ternally? The P'atent'* 'Wife-Sure.
sir. I allus makes him get out o' bed
to drink It!--London Scraps.
It i better to hope and to work than
to grumble and quarrel and shlrk.-
Baltimore A meriean.
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Crystal theatre.
S MKRrT UK TURIBEE
TO-NIGHT.
VAUDEVILLE.



Morris Maddocks

high Class Vaudeville Comedy
Entertainers.,


ALL THIS WEEK.


irontlnued fronm Flrt PaKei
gaia. per s, to help keep up appear-
anmce and leg for certain inu'reats.
With this s indicate of papers it isn't a
question of merit, it isn't a question of
the survival of the fittest; they take no
thought for the morrow, wherewith fed
and clothed: the wherewithal for their
sustenance is forthcoming.
The Daily News is more than Ailling
for the tourist public aLd for the com-
mercial traveler to decide whether t
Augustine is livelier at midnight than
Daytona on a gala day, in fact almether
she is livlier at any stage of the game
and, apropos of the statement of St.
Augustine's superiority, who k the
Ananias, the Record or the Daily News.
This paper is willing to concede that
the Record editor is better authority on
*"midnight life," but for sun-lit lourt
when honest folk are supposed to lI up
and doing, the Daily News will have to
be rbown.
Alltbat Pharisaical cant about your
generosity, your queen city,etc .a. com-
pared with Daytona's jealousy, niggard-
i lines, etc., is as sounding brass and a
Tinkling cymbal, it signifie.- nothing.
Your folks arc (liay just like the folks
down this way. no b,-ttr no won-re.
In dismissing the sullj.-et the l)aily
News will quote another "'Anania- -a
citizenn of Jensen, HI V.. ho caumea down i
from St. Augu-.tine, afi(r a few (iays
visit at your port, in his hiouseboat. tHis
tc-stimony was that he saw more evi-
dence of life asid push here in anll hour
(dyv time than he Raw in the Ar!cient i
City in a te- k. Now 1l-t the Nocturnal
prowler hit right and h-ft into the
circumambient atmosphere.


BOWLING


ALLEY.


The ncot popular
lnKlAor g|anir for


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


The Navel Orange. Jmilaitv
For a product of nature a C'aliforniaa
navel orange as it graces the breakfast N, i.
table or the ,puslh cart is albout the
most artificial thing In the world. It ;
Is also a very strikIln iflustratin of i
the fact that while beauty may be .
only skin deep It counts for a whole A
!ot To legin with. the navel orange
qf Callfornia Is a n exotic<. reaching its I
present habitat after devtlous waniler-
ing. And. be It ever so sweet tasting, i
If Its skin has had Its beauty marred It
scan-ely e\rr gerts farther than the! (' M Rogerr
orchard where It g ew. Not only that. frm a trip down
but e'eu the mi 't comely ones before,
they are Ixe,xd and shlilwed are brush- 1 .1 A. Caboury
ed y lumachinery and I.ollshed and from Jack
othervlise fussed with tn give them a!
beauty whi. h mere nature never would ; here in connection
have lr",,ided.--William R. Stewart In w(rks project, bei
Tecthni-al World. the decision of the


Ignorance Not Blisu.
"There is a certain gnawing uncer-
tainty albut calling on peolple wb,
speak a different lanpigage from their
servants." remarked the woman v ho
does. "You can never tell v.h,.t-tr
they are saying. 'Make another xili, o,f
tea. Katie; I have company.' or !Le


upon a selection f.
ceived.


diningg.


REACHH STREET.


ITEMS


returned Sui
the coast.


0

5?a


arrived Saturday
e, Ala. He is
i with the water-
ing interested in
e bond committee
rom the hids re-


rIHome Cooking. The Willmer.
"21*' South Palmetto, cleanliness and
pialitv. m-w-s-tf


.JrS-pih bc,orne returned Sundlay
from .lack-onville. where he ba.l


AMUSEMENTS


Wilmans


Opera House


SEABREEZE


COMING,

THE YANKEE DRUMMER,
February ioth


LYMAN TWINS
High Class Comedy Company
of Twenty Specialists.


INDIAN RIVER ORANGES ""
(alif tix.
bFruitof., Grape Fruit and
unon -ter Tangerines.......
--clean and bright-nio) .*fil.- <,r ru-t.
BOX TRADE
SOLICITED .. ,t::
GEORGE H. MUNROE
(GROWER AND SHIPPER
36 S. RIDGEWOOU AVE.--DytonM. Fla.


Wbhere to Oo and
What to See........


'GATOR MOVING


PICTURE SHOW..


TO-NIGHTI


Complete Change of Programme
Every NigMt.

Attractive Pictures Well Worth
Seeing.
The Cedar Industry,
Useful Present For a Child,
The Clever Detective,
Fighting The Flames.

LOIS & LOVE,
In their Unsurpassed Acrobatic
Toe Dancing.
Matinee Saturday, 4:30 p. m.
\V '. ,'.,,. I.I 1 NI N AT.
SnOW EVERY NKiWT
Admission 10 cents.
I Dors open at 7.00 p m.


BILLIARDS AND


POOL.


.\ -':'t t i *,-h\linrfatinft. p '.-sn!
.. i' ..;:. ', I, l. A\ 'n| il, ti li of

FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO

1 ;,| a'1 li ,r :l a; N.I tiH -'.


P. LAIDAW.


.- X number ut votioung people enjoy-
S= d a picuicc Saturday at the Wilder
,.,-tt.-gen m )'ivt.na Beach. The
K OKIN11ist-s AMa.-ie' Mran annd (;ladvs
H en ;- ee renpionsible for the

=F" ... ........... Mr- A\ Funiel anal daughter,.
t' I I ., v-. ,f New Y)rk, arri ed
S:tv tis inm rning and will re-
BY U O-A|i;: Ti'rEH:D tLe t.we-k, r.s the little
I I 0 I4lh _ir[,T D.a j. -i \r--.S' teng.igeinent ii
All Prints Made on 0 i :, "..- ;;.',r Moving Pic-
\elox. ''

. ET -It.S "1 >\\ M. ,-, : i.. -, ,,. ,t silver Brach. near
>lij i; -i ; w t, hue bath. h ot
ES I'I S : ;: i! : il ft water. fur-
( al servant's tiar
i:'. *"'. '. ," far sewats n. In-
I A~}o a! \ i *


Just


Rec


NEW LINE OF


fDerety


Dodd


pUrnps aJd1


We give vote in the BuLh-Smfford PWmo C-m


== M. B. AULTMI
BEACH b IK LtI. PMONE 2


Bond Lumber Con
MAUNACTURUS W
Rough and Dressed Cypress
Lath, Shiogle, Floorioing, Ceilia, Brick. Lime and
<>c-a and Yard,: a.t C'on-.t KRilway and 0M8
Pkones 3 R.J. It


HOTEL DIXIe*
TITus I LLE-ON-T E-I N DIAN-IVEBl RI
100 First class Newly Furnmihed River-view Room.
Cold Water White eik-ite
15.000 Ac- Huaftima Prourv Irp ".
a -.jr w .vul.-s. ^ MMa"U
Rates 2.50 perday. Tr& Tar Iix in.. i r-" riM.' r
*Seseesssesppeosss:~ t4 mimEmwr&


ATLANTIC M
No. 8 Bead

Automobiles

Diamond
a
Discounts
* Secondhand Cars take
U


OTOR CAR
h Street, Daytona, Flr.

and Gasoline E1
I Tires. Bosch Magnetos
nd Spark Plugs.
Allowed the Trade4
en in part payment for New A


J 0 B I N TTIN
The Daily News office is thi,,r,,:,:hly eui <-: fur the exlij
classes of -Job Printing Newr r-.!.^' .-. t-, ,-'.e and l tirs-e
enables this office to turn out thle iiL'she- gr:,i.t of work.


- - - --auways drops In about ea timn,. ,,,in-
found ,her: Pour suole mire I h',t wetter been dcrinh the week attending the f a Let figure on ou
In tile to-wt."-New Yr I'rPre-. ia. ai(n Randnd Lodge. as a delegate
SMOTE fr, i Hlalifax LDodge No. 81, of this I Ga" ~j.L
Saw For Him,,rrc.- V. Mr. 4),bo~rne to)ok the Imic
S N T .. A man carrying a l.,knir : i::- eI1 >hrii e l s Frigday iht in 0mni- .- ;,. ,, ,r I k-
FIxRi n 'I.AND.I O EiOr.Tn | to a newstly. '. "'' ne t,.r,- :1!11 -*,,k pamvi with severall tiers from. ;,a ,: th e- wV
S PORTL-AND. ORE iON Into thia glass and vi..' i sea. 'II. 1..l t a. I :. i, :ne il
"Mdern Luzur% at Moderate Rates. key." S r" di d t t r i I rr, ki .a I .
"now did 3.,-u fiud that out-- r,!-, ed tbe folv L.,ndon Exi-re-.s u 1 1.. 1tf2: 1 r;. i* 1 aii r i Da MM
Opposites Often Wed. I, n.-t fail ta, see '.(,rris anr '
w"ll v. ero are at h,,ir n. ~ il,] ,'ks at the Crystal Theatre all J t- l T ca't f o
wl ev rr!." I week These gentlemen are in Inni tI These votes cst for
S -ron't w rry. I :..::. : r.; ('i ,v then.selve. and are two (if filv Ur :r t : ,, 1ach-
i nl-e. :'Ister.it:- )," N r : best vaudeville performer .i prn i i. .- ) :-,^ i, ,.r It mustl evothe within = .i
i^ir.,,.,. :I)e .mnerican staqe tcdfav. fe I t, iI I ..ll ..' r, tl mit 1. 1t. wit n




SPECIALTIES OF THE CONRAD GROCERY COM
In 'li"e be-art ;41wfl. u~nes-i and J
I Ri p Can -tF om .'ith baMs OUR DAILY 4Rh[I QUOTATIONS:
-l)^^l^ ^. Ir OIJm ni|[ troth n i
l/,ni2 ill-' ne. ph()r... In .-ver3 rIm
'arater ii' Tituri.t anl commercialal

|" ARMOUR'S ;:-; THIE NATIONAL BISCUIT
Tral. Ei-lr,tl-tn Plan. Ratesa.. I- .'"

W w< -m A .. M :. .,:.; ]; .,:: .. .-,. 1.- ,] .

yi (i? aStar Hams and Bacon ....


Plant Wood's r| a u L a < A( C
Sl' :i-. ; 1"1, ,r. ", "

I .,.. }.;:', -. !,, : ,,

SGarden Seeds | Simon Pure Lard in Pails X. C A
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TIE POITER U [ m E STATE

NEW PICTrURES:
Heart of a Gypsy Maid,
Result of Eating Horse Flesh,
A Mysterious Article,

Re-gulnr MatlrW*- Saturday at 2 p. mn.
Admissloma 10. lltIs 1e..
lMoaRM ,Pr.NX AT T:W P. M.


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