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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 26, 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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DaoYTONA.OrIDa. T )aY. OAnUkWrE 26, ,190


So&IL GOVE
ARCS"Mi", BUILDER and
CONTRACIr)R.
I Ru-es. am& Oe: Northeas
Corwnr 3Sswood and Vol="a.
TIoles me -Is


F RigtGosIIt T ERi U
Rgtrcs Ca&Iamda'*Am md be
mispom WTfr V. VI"gmt. nmiviumd dwy ua
Let Us Be Ye VwJeweler. tei buL
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nnnnI GRUBEIMOKUIS maw. ci.


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b Ai Gleiger, Sedltlmen t Somewhat Divided On


so Th C46we
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~Pawmminr~


E, W. GIREIE


MAY BE


"WHAT WILL YOU DO ABOUT IT?"


TIE MAYOR.


TIm Cpym=mle o Pma 0 Cty
OovermnLt

U STOcUhICAI. ISNPA!.


lf Daytona, The "fireworks" were touched off with
e-A mllbed Midway,.is a whoop aad hurrah Ilt week at the
t d" the world citizens' nuieting at the City Ball, and
Sy a w e nticipatin a repetition oo a larger
-&N- b dCYM ,e rw a week Malelast night, thee were three times
sa litnm fire and a many gathered at the Armory to
ft a cold blood witness the fun. They were doomed to
^uiNM wa Auna Geigtr, disappointment; the proseedle went off
aik m wt inn the kin- with lm snap than a flinch party at an
Sd the Midway Old Iadies' Home.
uml -- -'ellMdev of the I)r. G. A. Klock called the meeting to
i lflmagwl order about 8 o'clock, and stated the ob-
a m Cra Warren, also objct of tht meeting. 8. H. Gove arose
m boss employed at the and made al short address, advocating
mLkill bhleyde shop for the CommLtion plan of govcia-u.-nt
lram l He w as placed He said the IjAan now in vogue had been
S" f Mid aad a tried, and war, a flat failure; he said it is
a 4 f -- i dybt at sems impossible t( get the best intelligence
a ys a nt irma in t mand the best wsrvice without paying for
No E i6 21 y mof age. and it He said the town ought not to ask
Jdt ga free service, and he thought they
would be willing to pay.
1 h1bad beM ver atten- i E. W. Greene spoke next. He thought
r 0i -f glut i for Wnme time I the ('mnii n M i plan premature; denied
&e %W f.sd to marry him, that system .n vogue is a failure; said
SJ m wmrtlte girl whomr that the pretet yatem i as old as
81se that time both Florida, but admitted that it is not
4herinitygq eampany with without its failta.
lq le, but Warreu had The old wab horse of Volusia county.
l Wofelal Amna if she would Wm. Jackson, was next on his feet, but
blh. Ahst three o'clock he, too, wa in conoervatiie frame of
,rea- n WrWeor. was riding mind, had otl-pertory of scathing in-
1 ~sad aveewh, when he etives to hild out. He took isue
tOe bridgee between Ridge- with r. (;iine. He incind toward
Saiw d l road street. He the Commiion plan, at least thought
Irb" th. girl to marry him, and that if 60' of the eitisens want to try it
d oI efll d he shot her three they should be given the opportunity
On Lba e passing through the j G. Brown favored a plan similar to the
lIsb ead d^ body.* proposed Commission plan. Jackpon re-
illtf e the crime young; plied to Brovn, and cited Pensacola
mnimoMd h h wbei ad started under Chipley's wise management,
M tOm When going north. showing what a transformation from
*| w|ds avem* in Kingston. at a debt and debra, to clveney and system
lowtw' lifLe m rfl Mike Neenan, Mesrs. E W. Greene, D. F. Randolph
l^ e M Mi R vwaou hisi master and F" W. Po were placed in nomina-
i.. e C- l'led to ltave his tion for Mayor, and upon motion of A.
c* Wan Strwn* for the hamnniock (Gardiner t;iv-y briefly stated their
-i.-Abm em Ridgewood and the ra.l li bIff.,rs.
^ tTlye Chair aplxointed Dr. J. E. Raw-
1m- sm Nw fcr dwthe tragedy reah li(: s. ]. 1. Gunu and S. H. ove tellers
=Z T / ba dy e got into co and the voter W s taken in the Mayor-
ith the authorities at (O, lyt. rac lhaih resulted as follows:
b oby tegrap and telephone'. "
hte in(;teen(,. 40.
am e ld there on suspicion i ,

.w mls ll d. Chief Myers. and Randolph, 3
'-rJ. Butler of Daytona POlN., IS.
Ly urat'ly located their; At this juncture Justice Titus and E.
a Ip of men made up of it. 1 u. (;unn pass,-1 the hat around for
kL H. T. Titus, M,.r-.ial fund to pay foIi thue u of the building


of Midway, and
and boys, white
the man hunt.


mo md the place the, men
in a wedge. When al'to:-t I
dde o(f a small clearing Mazi-
ylor found Warren pe.acfully
out on the ground with two
Sof hell by his sidle. Ili
hk* was a 3b Smitli A W<. -
kaded. but Warrci, uimile no,
ait remitanre, say'ilg that li<.
giving himj!elf up anywuNy.
i said to have always carried a
' IepILUowI was brought tback to

enm1e on Fourth i Pag'..


for the occasi (In.
Nominations t1ing in ord, r for ( oun-
eilTnien the following wuere presented
I )r. (. A. Klock R. I. Smith, S. ftHey-
tiLain, E J. Mills, S. 11. (;coe, Lewx
11ith11V.E. T Co,irad, '. Dlillingtalm.
rlih vote .tood:
1E. .1. Mills 5;3.
(;. A. Klock ..
S. I!. Cove 4
V. T'. (Conrad .,
L,'w Sditti 36 :{
1.. ] illiDimh } inll"'.
i ].. Smith 3 .;
S. Ile 'iliai ti 1 "l
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Vote As It Stood Saturday Evening j
IN THE BUSH & SAFFORD PIANO CONTEST. I


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HEADQUARTERS


AT DAYTONA.

A party, consisting of two boys and
five girls in charge of Miss Whipple, ar-
rived in Daytona Monday afternoon
and are located at The Western, on
First avenue. They are the Actor's
Child League, of New York.
They came South aboard the steam-
ship, City of Atlanta, of the Savannah
Line, and Friday night gave a concert
which was repeated by request on Sun-
day while held up by a heavy fog off
the mouth of the Savannah river.
For several years these little actors
have been very popular among the
leading hotels of the White mountains
and their work being along the line of
education and for the plrotc'ction of
stage children and actors' children,
their efforts have been fully { p)reciated
and rewarded. The headquarters of the
league in New York are at 14 West
104th street. and in FIlorida they will be
at l)aytona for tie remainder of the
season, making trips to variou- resorts
along the East Coast.


TO AVERT


DISASTER.


I I I I n il. I 'r -- !
SA'CRAM EN TO, Cal .Iln. 'i --2Aft-i
working tw',o datty ariad IlinilS t il ai (o u 'i
metit, wlitch lhv Ib-liev,- will a\eit u
crisis, Governolr (illett will prl bal l
send to the Legislature tlday a special
message, which he designed t0o c(,ol'ViiiIc.
California of its error.


SLOW WORK


WITH COOPERS


CRUISE OF


THE ERNESTINE.


Tli'- huntimitu andil ihiilng party ao:iardl
tlhe cruising yacht E'rin .tinie. w'hic il werit
down the river Tuesday of la.-t we.tk.
returned Saturday, having had a tio-i
successful and ple;.-'allt outiig %itllil?
a single ikisla! to tmar thle cnj,,yiII'ti
lif the trip.
T'lie tbaIt was ollicered I\ tii' h i11 :ri
hers of the party as foll,'.>:
C('nrd Stubenbl)ord, Sr was i'l lini,,-
dore: .Ald'rinai Lundv, ;adiriiral; M
Hlolman, rear-adniiral;( i iCorad Stubentl -
bordl, Ji., steward; Ja, l iis Slth i,,lni
chief engineer
Thcy hiad M r. St ilI, :i.h l'- iii
grariall olie wil t li t liin :it l '(i ,\ i
nightly e.onteits, aid( \\an t:,l ; it ti .:
Sliiyrnla bridge Onei nilit i itiit' a
collected to enjoy tlic iiill-i..
T'liy went pretty \\cil dli tri, I
goon, but most of tlih liititill( \\,.%-i 'lil
in the vicinity of Eldoi,-. 'lhyv I
130 ducks and(. betw i 4l( 1it,,10 i.-Oi
snipe, but owVi'ig to (tlie \\:irin v c.i';,lt:
could not keep theml until tlieii r etlliii
so gave tliem to partic-s .itliig (the u;Iy.
At Turtle Mound (It Y \Vi lit i:i bItili-
irng, the- watk-r being <|iiite tol.I t.latic'.
anid hcre als,, they f)lli(l (.:lalI in sill :hid-
ance, d andgathlerd lire tiuln 1it'i ;lri.:
of thliem. They al-I ll lt .1 a .tl-,
quantity of fine tili, ;i11(i with ti ',.
thle gaille se('Ule Ij i !iit 'i; !,i t .
stour s ()f gt d tlini i It :: i ii *:,
c:eli'ie 'd w til tlt'i. tie t.r ii- ,.r 1 ,
.'nta t round o)f faz-tQ, "alld itt -i, ".ti
tile hardi,..-t \worked iiir.lli .-r tit' I F .,.


ACCIDENT


IN OHIO.


I I It .!!' ,- t'


tie 1 rttS. r Ililell ni. It: -burg "t. r i


-Gillam in St. Louis Post-Dispatt


WANTED MAIL


AND BAD, TOO.


I'liis ioliirig a NMinnesitan whi
:v.lit'lrd t( c tatch al i early northbioundla
train a;pl,.-aied in the lobby of the poist
oflice iald d-nianded mail before- th
windows w re opened.
I',sti;na.-ter Smiiith with tii.s force of
;asis.t:itints \\er' dloina rushi work with the
*li trial i tiotn of the mail Ipreplaratory to,
thin ,lipnirig of the office.
Tlif L'c1iitlaiiian front St. I'Hul de-
'i'l;nlr'd toit kiow whether tliere was
aitil for liii. \, \viwa told the Wili(doW'
wi'uli sIoOll'(I op u but lite iih.istld( oi
iiLvilig it tln ati tlihere andI began
;iii tinlinm- ;tt thle delivery wiilt w.
.")ilr qiv o le l tli, out-ide saw M:tr>lial
\1\i t> iotl fir a;way ;idl ctailed to ililli
II. to',k tie gentlerliaiiii i tow anill t
I' 1 i- ll.li' Is ( 'l -. !, lolib ili .s t
'I he 11 liCir :i;gailist hlim %%it., for di.-
,irerrl- <'cotliut. lie put up $10) ald i4 -
;'li t,, l) ha. e taikeii a train for liime


BUILDING LAW


IS CHANGED.


Xi|, Ii'Ii' ,'V'lriin g ith aill members pres-
It 1 ile i'etting wa i' a A le l'tliy affair
* ,:iI tii.i,.li..liy nollillL w doii e el
i t :t t-i rwtiutinle lii-iL-'e. IThert
\ 1, i.,t ;ivi v lirrework.-;.
I I. A '. I. uOger-. pre.'nte-l a bill
f. r -2',l, tli .lmiie eit-g referr.edti t the
::'.:.i. i, ,,irin it tee for investigation.
IT;. !i,.lri of thi' city physician wai-
,i i \ in I iml placed on tile.
I i. ,iiii !, '.t ef .IMidway was ordl.r (l
'i, i t'iN, i! ,r.'tr-d an are lighlit pliac
ti tI,' irir (of l{Idt e'w,,od andl Be 1ll.u v '
'.i II'i' ,I an ani)thlier are light wasi or-
ii : I'tc.cd :at tlhe' cornlt.r of Iidg,'wood
.'i; l"enlliii!tl :tvcrllli to, r'pI)la(e tlhe in-


IN WORDS


THAT


BURNED

Representative Rainy, of Illinois,'
In The National House (iives


Cromwell Castigation.


VOLUMINOUS


BIDSON


WATER WOIKS.

Bond Issue Committee Dehaged
With Unit Bids Covering


Every Essential.


CANAl GRAFT IS CHARGED. PROSPECT FOR SILENlp SYSTEM


AS "IM 'iJtu'd I'' '[ Thie hoping of the bids for the instil-
WASt NeIIsToN, Jnro w26.-ll asrli:g lation of the waterworks yesterday af-
Williani Nelson 'roniivdll s a I .i.c eer and desperado, tr di.crlosetd the gratifying fact
:* I tha-it Own- rt> ..-r 5'., db lau.y i


Henry L. Rainy, deniocriat, of Illir i1,
4ave to the House today a scIn-.Lti,,.l
.*esunwe of the Panlilra ('Car:il -i;! i'itin.
lie charged Cromwell aucii (.,ii;iil ;-.- I-
iates with trying to steal .tinl :tlj>l,.lii
ite to their own use tlih rv,,!r'I i I !'i:,
Paniamna Re llic.
Seldom lhas Ihe lou,. l i-;u .I r t .
ex((orintila of ally indiviimil i Lr'"';
o~f ifir. l :iiihy draggc, l i 11 'i1 il
every .,t p, ii.cluiding I'r( ii I !-, ,
Taft.
He professed to prove the! t\i-tc:l (.' ,of
the most stupendous graft c., ,rilir:,i, ,:i
knoAn in the history -,f tthi cii ilicl
wirld. lie said that ('rnti\, l N .t. :i
party to an attempt to colblec(t from the
United States a fraudul,.nt ,laii fo,r
$2,200,000, and was thi. chliief imanilipU-
lator in the imac(hirmiti)oini \\Ilich l i,bi lit
about the Pazanama revolution of No-veii-
vember 19, and one of a coniibination
which intended to indirectly r,,lI the
treasury of the United States.



FOLLOWS WIFE


TO GRAVE.


I,*v I' I i r.I -
NE\ Y\)RK, .lar. 21,.- 1Ili,.l,
I.unch, of ]Hoston, w'hoie nift'e .iS kill# d
in tht e 'odluioni i tw i In" -Irltli i'
Republic and Iloril:t S. ii.t:ly la.-t,
died this morning fromri i ;u: ir, r, i I iv :j
in the cra.-lh
Derelict d1 .tni t
John Seill)), ttl i ,. i, t l
crew arrived early t, l;6Iy.
The badly l;ilaiigi d I I 'I .- '
-prcedily r'pl:iri , :t4, try in. t o It .. I' .
bo w to 9, t tl:' 1 .,1" .f :. ,,!
t)iirie
Horse Had tof he killed.
( I ,Dv A I.\ [zini'.- r hii %, i v a :- i;, k
fright tod"ay woon ktAit :t i.:-.-i; f r,: it
Aind ran an y, y i;. :',11 .1 o- :v :. U);\ :'.-
to crnss a (a.tttle g1.tri I i, I i"- .
to be killed. Sitif i.: w :'
was sustained ibut r ,, ,


!all told \\ith pri bably twenty-five to
thirty re'prtesentatives present
id~s c:ille front cities North, Eat,
SSouth andnl West. Unit bids are invited;
for instance bids have been put in for
the nydrants alone, for piping, tower,
f, oundalation, buildings, tank, baullng, etc.
The colnmittee is in session this a-
tirmoori and will continue its tittlp
frim day to day till all bids are care-
ftlly considered.
'Ilheere are vuheelbarrow loads of big
flrmal-ooking documents with dia-
grain:- and figures to burn-If a fire
.-hould break out before the system is
iln-s stalled.


DEMONSTRATION


AT LYMAN'S


Miss Sadie Luch, of New York, ar-
rived this morning and will hold a dem-
onstration of the National Biscuit Coni-
ipany's products at L. G. Lyman's store
todayl: ridl tomorrow, to which all are
.,,r lidily invited. Miss I.uch was to
liuv,. .,'I at tl., I.yman grocery y Store
y, -t, rl:i, but wu.- un:i.oitlably d(i played



THREATENED


TO MURDER.


i:i .trl (',,rIn r was arrested in Mid-
.:Iv ;:-t 'ihit iv til' l(14)red marshal,
',:i "'l':iv;.. oIn ',- Iilainit of a woman
:i i .\ Jo'.n n. whom lie had
1I, '. ,-. >. ,, f.,r,. ii '-i, If "' "r itu ..4
t .i- "' ti a'i wa..' h )uind over to
"* (' wL;,inil (ourt in the sum of S.:tO
nH I i iar!,' of :tis;tult with intent to
I.". !. ari I:"- a wife and family in
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Labes'Frns~


- LWM RUPM RI DBONS, NOT!ONS-, ETC.


McCl's Patterns.


IV BL oK.


Telephone 102.


PAi-


BARNES 4
THE. MovULy MAN 4
n* ^b wtm Pk-N l 4


NE:A


.m 11 IAurNa
IN OLD ENGLISH BLUE

11 hA sE UAT ns,
Are T Latest Craze.
Ask to see tem at Clark's
Jewey Store.
OEO. H.CLARK maw


Sock oft


IS s-M FAST, ALSOTM
LAN LMG OF
Alligator Goods.
WE ARB THG
ONLY
Licensed kmal r th city
in this line.


*.0000-000-rn-rn


Boyd A- i N,~ir fd~ ~

and ylfs wit out erhrwM -


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M. ELLA DiVOY & COMPANY,

Ladies' Hatters,

No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET.

Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,

HI0H1 CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.

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January Sale of

Clothing and Shoes
___ NOW ON AT


THE


BEACH STREET,


SEAB!IEEZE. Jai.. 26 -Mr and Mrc.
W. S Olds and daughter, Mmss E. Olds,
of Lansing, Mich. arrived Friday night
aud will sped two monthi- with Mr.
(0ld, mothrr, on Valley street. NrI
Sheeta. of Randd Ledge. Mich.. Mrs. P.
4 'Ii's daughter arid friend. Mrm I.. A.
Baker. of Lansng. arrived in ti.,- sait
party. and expectt to tak.a a cot!xtag for
light htou-wkeeping
R. C.. Mans!fi iJ is h!a\vig ., L cottire,
Kentucky. itniprgved by tLe nda.t z-r, of
an o(: -on fr(.rt rc and up-stairS
bal,-.v. D) F. Fu 1uAv and W. If. Fr-c-
fIIL LZ TI f4. .r~g t:~-,v vk .- Mr. M n i-d
v rd .k.5a -rua e of th e Le-t grclpefruit
U rrti oWar lg. ti'- WE"S ("UII 1and
t h, at'unxarit vi. A-f fm1fRi n ,a-:1 t vqt
4'.' n 'ered I1v '..- o ~'If t I,
6,,t1- .:
.1, u I;d a. M 4A- C. L~u
I., t i:.t ew a! k
la ,.r, V*': \al, i -v ro ft, in i Ihit town *.1
5.-abref 7-( C L lim.r s t,& :, t, '.c ritrat
and thC- v .i? r. .w iinl. r way B. I. e
h, tt ncr n :S...- n ; ta b-:s z #.z and





(id v fttr. :. -;- '1r11.1 'e d t'\-t Le (-iti-
;nrs of &.d r' *. a:ifi 1DTalutoca B-a' 1
g( nier~ Ti cv pr,,r: j= hereafter ri-t-
ular IunIjday u tfr,., It o1ert fron. 13
to 4 p. mi.
If. VW. Saun' r ofM-rript, vvn (,ha
pcan-i~kd the 1urn !nlpr-j'ed half o f If.I
V. l'Eta s reSident ,lot r\aheV -tret.
E Weldon mad- th, deil.
A party of ten started Ia-! r igLt ri a
.-ar uliti Thi-v Li to 4 reen li;miJ,
av!d promyti-e a pig ittir rion tht-ir return.
Mr-. l'aylor and h(r niece. Miss. (rairu~
Thorn, arrived fr m Washingto, 1). C.
Sunday and willipen( the wit&ter at tfhe
i )-me eIf Mr. and Mrs S. K. A6-. rcro.rri.


GLOBE


DAYTONA, FLA.


Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Armetrong
and Mr. Armstrong's sister arrived:
from New London, Coon.. the latter
part of last week and are occupying
their handsome winter home on'
South Ridgewood.


TUE PAfhIT IAImT NEWS
Publhed every evening. except un-
day, f Driviembir I to April 1. h%
THEC OAZKITFK-Y-qK*WGp4 e"
T. Z. FITSURRALD. kditor- 4Mat tj-. r.
L. C. IMNARREK. (Ity Editor.
C. IL HAaaUt. ('Citul*ltOi) Mayisn r.
on. r. c(uorcs. Rupwrint- i.seti t.
Kntoredmo ti* rcond-eln'- istt' r I U -
cembtr I. loot. at thoi o-toi.c. :,a
naytona. rim. undtr th.- Act s
marclI& I .



fBUSUNESSAND1


I tHandsome 50c Panama hat. RlKtUI'M UINAL
Is4-9, M. Ella DeVoy A Co. ADVERTISEMENTS
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Loser and,
daughter and Mr. Loaers father,'
i mother and sister, of Aurora II., -- "
i an ived Saturday and are occupying a
i one of the J. G. Brown cottages on 0 F. W. POPE
SSouth Ridgewood. 3 Attorney and Counsellor at
I Law.
--Stove wood, McClellan Ed Practice In State and OS-OrfCEur:.
w nards, phone o123. tf OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE.
wards, phone "..3. t 3 Telephone 4
Telephone -4
Royall Houghton, I. T. Moore and ,----3 ..u.. =_u_ UU* .
W. B. Young, who went to Miami T.E. Fitzgerald : F ,a'--
about ten days ago expecting to FITZGERALD & OATES
bring back the latter's boat "Hy-
perion." returned by train Sunday Attorneys and Counsellors at l.a%%
night, Mr. Young having disposed Special Facilities for Examinirg ,I!.i
of the boat after their arrival at Perfecting Lana Titl-.
SMiami. Office in Conrad Building. "PLor.i> 12-
'Saratoga Inn Garage, cars stored --u-u*u*uson--*--m--****
Ibv day or week. Six-cylinder, seven-I ( A. KLOCK, M. D.,
passenger Welch and fhuur-pasmenger t PMVSICIAN A1ND SURO 0
t AmOClat"lI with K.M. Femfam, M. 0.
Shrwlore for charter, hour or trip. p clat.tl wt-nionth K. v.n rto-o ..--.
16tes reasonable. tf tb .-::4. :Hr. N,.. ind Tbr.,:, .,:.::
f Lttllsl! of 1iln .--.
': .lonel Thompson, who has em- 1,m1c Hour.,: ; t 1,,. 1.. I -, .
E and to 14p. Ill. Ph,,n,. -T,. "- "
played John Gardner for several OOiI.OO HiI*IDiD* i i
years to take charge of his boat,
very generously offered to transport E. L. STEWART
Mrs. Gardner and nurae in his pri- Physician and
vate car then enronte to New York. Surgeon.
Telegrams received since their de- h~: t.itio, i to k > It- *
parture state that the patient stood Thrntt ,,,id N...
the trip well. Fourth Doo West Potof.fi.r
t t p'lionl. r T o i 'r J*
SAI To,M,,II.F. FR CHARTER-Four-
rvlinder Stpvens-Durvea. hour or *
trip. call Morgan House. phone 110 t ROY HOWE, M. D.


e at Daytona

V oBeach
^ I DAYTONA BEACH, Jan. 26--Penin-
$ i Sula property is In steady demand this
t / c2^ tl>wiiter and almost every day there are
AA t,,TI or two sales made. Tourists leave
9a si 4i lone, and many of them drift to t' is
'pint almost accidentally. They bad
9Ino thought of investing in property
i aay front their northern home perhaps,
.eerpeepeeepsprpoerereeeee I when they left, but the wonderful
cti.arim:-, f our climate, the delightful
Iut of d-or all-the-year-round life pos
ilc eh1er|,. arnd the iudi-putable evi-
IEW EASID Ir-nc.e ,;f an advance in property values
:ar iz:r.crase in Ipopulation, lay holdl
AND FIrINISHIE[D CO)TTA(;:S. u;l.,n therni, and they are in the real
R itIt *- talt,- market, and bidding for the be-t
Str,..ir rnn,.yv can buy almost before they


Everything Modern.
Homelike and Comfortable.
I)irectly on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.
$2.-,0I'Li I DAY AND I IT'
It It It


HORACE STEWART
DAYTONA LACI, -

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THE WHIT[ HOUSE C OTTAGES,


ni-h"! i t it1 t. 11f'. nI r t oN -. '. \i


kw.v It. And once property ownerrs,
...,- anJd Iyalty to their southern
': :.i."- stands share and share, alike with
i,.,t of their homes in the north aiid
tht. si,- welcome adliitions to our com-
NMr- M. L. Phillips, of Middleburg,
:%, Hi, is spending the, winter here,
i..,- purchased a lot south of the M. E.


' urn;i, un Peninsula Drive, belonging
t,. hMi V Waring. of Kansas. C. A. Ken-
z\,v nmadi. the sale.
Mr and Mrs. Sanl6brn. New fiamp-
?siirtc peopl,l are pleasantly located in
I.ne of tnif apartments in the Phillips
apartnt:,ut h'tuse on Valley street. A


*,.-l hutir.i-( fot sidewalk has 1'een
co'tr'lctf.d in frunt of this property,
whir:-i put, it in line with other proper-
tie- on VaiA,-y street from Duke street
t., thei, Stilli ,tn anrd Esch properties on
a..e S-ur>h.
Th:e following prominent party from
''i'. -t'aind )'lis', arrived at tbt Seaside
Ir.ri Sundlay: Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Balk-
fl1 ti.hir two sons, Dave and Howe i
arnd Mrs. l.aReer, albo Mr. and Mrs
Cl.h-. \\ -b-ter. of Northfield, Mas".
A:iinrg thie Sunday arrivals at the
Whiitet Hl'isje the following are noted
M-. and Mrs. Davis. Philadelphia; A. A
I,,-rr anid family, Laredo, Texas; J. R.


Physician and Surgeon *
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but il made
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Formerly wkh nesc oBro. FIfth Av..
smi. v Street. New V
EADIES' T AILOR,
107 N. Beach Street, Near NeihCod.
DAYfTOA. MAI.


Local Agent Wanted.
A No r t l ri' I j '.,l t v vi4%io H(ou** want% a rt
I::'. i TI~ i :c ill ng.-nt in this torri-
1' it.*~,i-I )t~tft-of Fatr fT'A14D
F.,r Imir t- ). ~ S Ivuur-Iandd ro
i irlando. Fla.


Accounts of C1J 7

Every child should have a Ia
county. The child wheo eiv/
early training in saving sMlM ain
will acquire a habit that wil be
valuable in later years.

Responsibility of Starting a Child I


* N. w Tirc*- (;if I.ights Genera-
% r? Springs and all tools
Will be sold at very low figure.

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.Y.,Cv News Offic, l)Datona, Fla.


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ICE CREAM
ma n, a ltfb Cr a lot
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THF SPOT CASH GROCERY
H.U S. MILL.ER.Proprietor.
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Th. 1wi-ft-elion
The SracuseEN-,
filM: t OXBY1 IS.

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FOLN'TAIN CITY
L[iERY _Zi A ,. STABLES
HACk MIC:FIT AI.l TRAINS.
THE FI0|M -T Tl k"PO (T5 I% DAITOVA
Blacksmith and Carriapg
Shop in Connection.
GEO. A. F'OYE. Proprtetor


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Bicycle Livery.
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Absolutely Pure-
Made from Distilled
Water.


tn m W Our \Wagons make Trips Daily, emU
r^ -Sunday. to all parts of
DAYTONA. SEABREEZE. IJ OMOI) and DAYTONA BEAM
Ice for Boats Delivered at an to,k lacked or Lo *
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FOR CHARTER. Pleasure Yacht rests on those who love the child bes
"LUCiLE," offer the opportunity. Children's a
r-',,"c. f... ,,. r all. 11 fv, after deck.ot o
1.s-~,:.;e''i. oIt.P IP espeialiy desired. Four per cent. i
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AutomoileForoale n'dllar up.
AutomobleforSakThe Merchants Ba
Almost New Reo Runabout. e erc an
-\ith Folding Back A. D. McBRIDE. President. J. B. CONRAD Vie-l
Seat. F. N. CONRAD. Cashier.
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T he pae nModer %e Oand better, Daatoai
The Modernth do the gauntlet to the world.
Stiond, trWs, 5sa r0 "rf ri.
Seven W wonders What~er ea's shortcomings and
However bdslfermnt or eve callous one
may be to many things, the mere men.
MO iDn&M-- c Ow n c. tion of squirrell and flowers, birds and
One of DIaJyta crowning ilories is fruit" will mad a thrill that is reflpeted


--.'* ------m her ianeoparable beach. No one who
ever at foot upon its smooth, packed
@ sads; no oae 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
S----iwho ever steered a high-power automo-
. ... _.-.-. bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed sand but real-
ied that it is a world-beuter, a world-
Swoder. Go stand upon this wide
SIseedway and see the happy souls flit
r by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
J hwonders.r.
The Pd. Pelud Hela River.


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Thereis n), 1 mit to the number
of club1)s 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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iond or Ormond Beach,


EITtHER IS A DEI.KiHTFLL- PLACE IN
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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 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 pi lican pc-"-h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk Fti g-
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 Ormond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
The ELchebmity Picturesque Ridgewood.


Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
this white shell street one has the im-
pression of a fairy path with elfifh dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
an eye first to the right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage homes
in the most delightful settings.
See the glistening leaf of the grand
magnolia which nature has varnished as
no artist's brush ever could; and the
cabbage palms with their burdens of
showy fruit and swaying palms; see the
lovely holly with its exquisite berry; see
th climbing vines runn ng riot in the
trees; see the crypt oganions forms which
gain a foothold (in the great oaks and
the stately palns, and surely you will
join in the chorus and say that this is a
world wonder for beauty.


Surpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes.
No one of Daytona's attractions, per-
haps commands more nearly universal
attention and praise than does the artis-
tic cottage. The owners of these charm-
ing villas hail from every corner of the
country and they bring their own archi-
tectural plans and build upon themn,and
as the architecture (,f one section of the
country ditTfrs from the architecture of
another so do our homes ditffer in out-
ward appearance amnd structural beauty
from one another. There are no monoto-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
but the eye, as it sweeps :by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering '"What next"'
It is not only the exterior of many of
these homes that rivets attention; with-
in they are models of convenience, and
thel tinish and furnishing give evidencet
of the elegance and cultivation of those
who worked it all out. Indeed it is the


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 s'tmmer s lingering blossoms are
delayed.
In one yard roses of variagated hues
predominate, another household ha \e
a penchant for the poinsettia and
the premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety is
the spice of life and here is whert you
find it.
The birds flit in, and with their joyous
notes help to give fullness and symme-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, I)ay-
tona yields the palm to none for ality
and quantity per acre. There are scores
of citrus groves in proximity to the city,
branches bending to the earth with their
burdens of luscious golden globes, which
for beauty, proliflicacy and all desirable
qualities would truly astonish.
The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out.


The seventh world wonder, do you
ask? Come, whether from Missouri or
from Maine. from Kalamazoo or from
Timbuktoo and you will be "shown."
Here is where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season.
Autos the biggest, the fastest and the
finest are on daily parade and the' big
show is as free as the pure :artesian
water from the thousand flowing wells.
It is a continuous show with constantly
shifting scene.
Everything goes, from a 2-horsepower

up to a 200-iorsepower, and all degrees
of speed from a canter to a two-lnile-a-
minute clip. You will probably catch
the spirit and when you do the roads


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aurroun"ed by I A wDa t Is o tef if
1treamPtm. s sguem fr t A" sold
Weather. Its omenle IIa I t "mWlandaLAR.N DO I
I moderrate nattraetive to tbow mak- C i T LARI NDON
lnl a long stay. For toofik &"d rates .. -- .... 2
drefMANAoGUA Plm Bah. MR. FRED MA HS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y.;
16 | has arrived with his corps of assistants and opened The Clars-
!d aon Bath Department to the public.
m0j Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths.
*S l T E m .,, i Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths,
Steam Massage,
I Given at all hours by the very highest grade of Professional Opera-
a tore. The only place south of Washington, D). C., where theee baths I
.. may be obtained.
The Ridgewood. J
The arrivals at The Ridgewood were:
William A. Peterson and wife, of Chi- -. -m U*U*iI IOE IUOU.E EIEI.
cago, and ('. A. Miles and wife, of Jack- i
sneie.-
SorlM HOTEL DESPLAND I
Schmidt's Hotel. ;
h it io Daytona, Florida
C. L. (soodbwn, Springfield, Mass ; 0
P. Levy, New York; J. A. Clark, Jack- Now Open for Season 90o8-9.
sonville; J. Young, Orlando, and E. M. S
Bieneck of New York, were among the 0 L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.
arrivals at the Schmidt Hotel yesterday.
Si Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent.
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. |oonis Ensuite. Steam Heat.
The Desplan. Every Modern C'onvenience. Send for Booklet.
The arrivals at The Despland yester-,
(lay were: J Gibbons and wife, At- MUHiiinit r Addre%-: ATIC..\N''II' I Itn's:. Nitrrti.!lms- .tt Pier,R hods Island.
Ianta; J. D. Walker and W. H. "arri- 0 e os m @*m s n so eN eI Ie
son; J. Boyayicis; New York.
Mr.Stidhai, a guest at The Despland, MiAA iAAAA*AAA AAAA *****A***** aaaAAAAAAAAAAAA*
is down the river today fishing. S. IH. 4 Fronting oll thl Elec.tric Lights and
Veyes, of Belleville, N. Y., is on the To,- Halifax Iivt.r. Mhlern ImBrovementso


moka trip today.


The Stillman.
The latest arrivals at The Stillman
are': John iHeber, Milwaukee; Wm. P.
Smith, Providence, R. I ; R. W. Reed,
II. 1). Fluhart, Portland, Me.; Mrs. IR.
E. Nugent. Cincinnati; Mr. and Mrs. H.
I. Ayers, l'ittsburg; Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
i Dunkler, Rockport, Mass.; Mrs. H. D.
Bocoff, Miss Marguirete Boeoff, Dayton,
) ; .James P. Thompson, O)xford, N. J.

The Prince George.
'The arrivals at The Prince (George
yesterday were: II. C. Wolcott, Har-


and the beach are yours. The Florida ririgton, l)el ; Miss Anne E. lloward,
sunshine is free, the balmy ocean Mount lolly, N. J ; R. R. Shiel, Indian-
breezes are free, the birds and sluirrel apolis.
and flowers are fire, the plparkling It. R. Shiel, a guest at The Prince
fountain water is free anid you will lita\, ('eorge, is an authority on stock raising,


to go down in your wallet only fr ctinl
for the auto and bed and board.
This is no fanciful picture,: it'.- ill
here. It is drawing other thul:atlds
and hlilding them enthralled it m\ill
charm an(i hold you. Come a11td (1.('.


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Strictly

i a Kodak Shop.=
* We are riot Portrait Arti-ts, nr
* are we Art Dealers but 10 years 1
0 of close attention to the KODAK- *
ERS needs has won for us tlhe
* enviable rceputattion of Iring U
* .
f FIRST CLASS FNISHRS.
I Anyone dt.siring good work anrI
strict attention paid t(l t ti(ir or-
Sders for Develo~pinngi und Printiin,
Swill getitat IEI'SESNE'S KOI )Ail
PI.ACE, the only ih,,p in ti,\\n
I that makes theli kdak W\',rk a I
* Specialty. U
* All work finished in 21 hours, 12
* hours if necessary. S


R. H. LESESNE0
I Eastman Kodak Dealer, *
SI 'I t rela 1i-t i ilt' :4l1 A \ "..
M DAYTONA. FLORIKA. *
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SI interior arrangenwrnt and the artistic -
furnishina and shading. more than the
e~xtcrior appearance that give i surpass- -
ing charm to Dhvytona homes. This fea-
Lands. tur justly merits ipromin'nc' a: wonder /
Snumber four.
I t Streets and Pavements the Most and Best.
)N Why th,' Archit,-ct of the Iniverse
9 chose, to give to Daytona thll most ad- i


';amil aii article, contributed by him re-
(',.iitlv apl)peared ini a 'Chicago paper.
9i Edniondston, of XWashington. D.
C (, who, with his wife, is staying at The
P'rinice (deorge, is a great fisherman, and
a:i:t> a half mile staked otf on thie Po-
' timii; riven. w'herve 'h ti .hes feor lack

Arthur \Vick, Southern representatives
(of tlhe Ilartford Rubbe-r Company, is
, toppling at Thle Prince George. His
wife w ill r,.main here while lie tours the
State'.

Brought Over New Buick.
J.. M. 'oik. i,f the Cook Automobile
Co(nilany, of ( )rlando, was in the city
Satulrlay iand Sundav, having brought
i,\or the new Bluick car )purchased by
l)r. i'. C. lBolannenl. Mr. Cook has sold
a numbeit r of uicks in this vicinity of
hLat, aid t \p % (ts to sell many more.


.\ Mild W'inter.


As a testimionial of the mild we.atlier
p)revailinI l;ire uip to the present
tiUil, this winiter, I. C. (quattlebaiuni,
of 11,1lly Illll, is eating plunis anid
p-ea, les fri',na trees iin his house lt, that
Ial\ t rowni tlo full maittturity and ripened
during tIeli pa.t few oneliths. The plum
i ia tidiumi-sized purple fruit, and the
p :(ch i.s of thr holiney variety. W tii.
\\'tclicr-ll, Jr., of the same plave, has
Opln orange Iblossoms, and thliere are re-
plorts ,f ortinge trees in bloom at vari-
,>i- othl'r places in ania about I)aytona.
\\ atttr nielois art, a'so on exhibition at
-' vcral Ilac('('s iu th1c city, and th' most
ti ndilr veetation qhows rio sign of frost,
it fa' t, \, a'are rnjo<)irig a real lorida
' nvit 'r.

Ivy lane Inn.
M a. :nld Mrs. W\illi- E. l i-fendorf, of
Ii>,t Plain, N. Y. are again at thie I'vy
I.:lanr hin for th4. season.
( tl:t.r klite arrival art: Mrs. (;eo. \W.
Srbe.s, Mi's I.-,uise Forbes, C('iicininati;


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SSchmidt's Hotel



4 HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors,
DAYITONA, FLORIDA.
Fine Homir Tablel D lightful
. Reasonalble RIateN Suonn Ruonii




THE RIDGEWOOD
E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor,
THIIE house is chariningly situ;atced on Ridgewood Avenue, the high
est and n t li;ltiful ,,iiit in the town l f )aytona. It is
very t1a.tefillv aidl conifiIrt.iilv firrishld arinl is modern in
verve respect. I 'i' ve-,tales art. friin the Ridlgewood garden,
and i ative fruits, \hiicli gr \ in a;tbniidance, are a feature of
tlie table.
NOW OPEN--

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The


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Gieorge


Hilyard & Holroyd, IProprietors,


I )AY'I'( )NA,


S- VIA )IIII)A.
NOW OPEN


Steam Heat in Every Room


SAMIE MANAGE \I ENT\A "I IIll".PI' (11,," UH N PARK, N. J.


THE BENNETT

Modern and First class (moom.n, en suite \Nith Private Baths.
Entire White Service. Northern Cooking.
,,,,iii..i. ,,ii.. ... A H. & i. I AN I, Proprietors.
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THE STILLMAN
)AYTONA. FORI)DA, I). R. STIII.MAN, Proprietor.
:Facing The Halifa jltl Ill.k tr..m stfwrs and Poqttoffi.e.
SMidern lmpr\ctm int-. \V hilt tirip. northernn Chei. .
* Terms $2.(X) and upard. W\eeklyv ates on application. *
TABLE BOARD




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4aeli Rl ubber Works.
1424 CLARK bi.'I,
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PRESCRIPTIONS
We call for and Deliver
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We will do I
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W'ontlnu.t from Firt PaU.a
the city in the R L. Smith machine and
put in the city prison.
Justice of the Peace H T. Titus. ex-
officio coroner, impanelled a jury of six
in a hurry, and after a thorough exam-
ination of the dead body made its
finding. which was that the girl, Anna
Geiger, had met her death by revokler
shots at the hands of Charlk-. warren, as I
the evidence seemed to make plain.
Warren -ill be given a preliminary hN -
fore JusticeTitus tomncrrow morning and
bound over on the charge of murder in
the first degree to atnlit trial before the
Circuit Court, videntlv.


E. W. GREENE MAY BE MAYOR.


The offices of .Assesur and C(' lector
were passed and F. T. 'ec'k w:is mnoi-
nated for Tre-asurer andl A. MCF Porter
nominated for City Clerk, and A .1. N\il-
der for .-whool tru-t,-e.
Si'ech.s were Imade ,t illnterv\ls (ilur-
ir~ the eP\ening by Mes-.r.s. C'lhittt-rndtn,
11. 1. Stillman, P). IF p:tiholplF I". VW
PH,lw, E I)lliighliati :trl ,' ,or two
ot her-.
Tit* an lmigiin is i',. u( a),oIt prr[lli-csa
t bto pretty livi lv


THE WALITON HOTEL IS CROOKED;
Cor. Uah A i.SUIC IDSS..
CHICAGO I SUICIDES.
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me HOTEL. PERKINS

PORKTIANONI. )REO I -.1eArn Iuxur. At odrratt Rates."
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Trmdlc F u rtqwtHn n Plan. lintem. III 1b
I,. t d d and P I II rr.)1s Ildt lac~t ~"I.I.
PERIMNS fOTI[ CO.. Proprietors
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iat WYood's

Cvvzden ....elwl


Entrtalamreat for
Young and Old.....


Crystal Theatre.
(MFTP MR THKRU)
TO-NIGHT.
VAUDEVILLE.



Morris Maddocks

High Class Vaudeville Comedy
Entertainers,


ALL THIS WEEK.


THE PORTER Of EMPIRE STATE


AMUSEMENTS


U I'


Wilmans


Opera House

SEABREEZE


COMING,


Fine New Pictures I The Yankee Drummer,


To-night.


uIi InlrN I t t Ii ne mat urdtity at 3p. iim.


Admission Oc.


might Isce


I4L)K4 N OPRKN AT L7:L P.

BOWLING ALLEY.


TIIhellw iWst pulIUIr
I niidear gumse f41r


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


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HP:At'IIHTREET.


February ioth


LYMAN TWINS
High Class Comedy Company
of Twenty Specialists.

INDIAN RIVER ORANGES M:E
rut Ol thi Grape Fruit and
non.re', Tangerines.......
-re iau ln ul bright- mi -..:i I.- r ri-t.
BOX TRADE
OAICITED Ii'. i
EORGE I H. MUNROE
OROWER AND SHIPPER
126 S. RIDUEWOOD AVE'. -Da.t n. Ila.


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DEIS M 1 N IK' o' a .Jnlj. I'. 2 ,S C
Scroggins. vd 4nilr (of tlhi. .t; :k f State I I
Portsmouth, liked lini-l If it the link LOCAL 1 I -l ITEM S$.
todav mid Wb'w out tl i- lbr.,i, .. f>,l]1,\% ii;,,
an exa,,inr:ition .f t 'ank ,..nt fon. ill
.The body of Q. I.. Dickerinan,
..Will Play all. h, died in this city yesterday, was I
: expressedl todayV to .Somerville. ,Mass.,;
The Dayttona baseball teamii i> plani- for interment.
ning to go to I.eLand next tIriulav to
pl.ty the Stetson Iniver-ity taam. Man- I aurence Thompson left yesterday
ago.r W. G. Na.lh has [t*cn making a foir Havana, ('Cuba where lie will I
strong ctr,,rt to get thet bo vs together spend a couple of weeks with his
and thinks hI' has -',eit-u'd aund the '-,o n, I. II. ThI. ompson.
gatine ;ill b4. pulled 4T. 0
Friday f next w-k r La NId Mrs. (arrett Simpkenson
will play the Orri,, loH otI t ii -i tli l I Mrs. F'rak M. Snook. guests at
hotl grounds, ,nd on i,- tijiu l i i- P11' rkinson Hlouse, are taking in
day, if all ,g)e.s \%11. t ll pro-al. tb esiht-, f, tthe Timoka R iver toc(a%.
pl;tv hli re witl i h; vt ;,:t (i l: ti.
\\V I: eedl and B. K. Watson
li;,\t' jilit returned from a two weeks'
Her Darling's D;sire. .i- t to, le Isle of Pines, andl relrt
S I, ,, :,i .d ,, n, .-i i ,'res t, \ver there. T hev were
w t1 b. llt'o e t'v d I nl i j'i .i ', t', l'lii t'l ", .
ten.. r fe. li.. -l.,ii ,, pu l.i!ti t, h Ig- ) ack in iaytona.]
the "'If yv.u :tricr s 'ita:' h ';, v',U \\ i.l
ritevei mtini ,na -., ilit: -,, ',." i'l t !;i Mrir nl Mrs. Clarles BIlair ar-
and hn\e to lie eI l,1 l In a ik r., .i ri\,l 'ittur, lav night from (hicago.
111d ti;., usty ,.-li, i,. .1 ,t th>I,, .S ;. !1,,, I a re l, atel at the \Vavsile h-in,
1111V il<' i'n d h lu ve t. ) 1-' T:teii :t\\;t, 1f \t "iri -
. i, a i .I MVIytl aventlie. M r. lair is a
iiut Iti the ete.tr\ ai'd lie' lULn-d i'id. l T
I i'lfld I 1. 1 t.t'>t 1 111;171m n


Theichil bId ( had I s.., i 'nc ani,1'k s. lin ri
bute ani nngelic muiiie evrslred I-
fat ie t hi Iwr 's ],tt Ill.s 'rwheh l. t:(I
t hro vhagi bhs armsi Hitu in 'u t hizn'ek. iho
exc-inilrxie
-()ih. unaulalzt ia, a d 111.4% I I St I't'.ie-


A A.,tm, A,,,4le Fo.r Sale .- 1It47
l'o:il 'Ti rist "'-I IIi. p." mlottor guar-
":i;tet', L..(dK as ltew. New t,op. extra
i,... extra inner tubes. Warner
S t'il, i'teter,prestolite tank andgen-
eritor. r\V. K. Biarbank M vrtletlous' .


KODAK-==

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-BY UPTODATE METHODS
BY UP*TO.DATE METHODS


All Prints Made on
Velox.


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i't*..t op1erat~r of P i a rt-. a-
rived (iIi U dayiandIsthe liU~-1 L
pareal, M~ Ir ;arid Mr, W, .I LN
of N 'liIa'a.twhc a'enillt


Where to Go and
What to See ........


'GATOR MOVING


PICTURE SHOW..


TO-NIGHTI


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I.' \~i~Namiic eraillenit, reward :
I'le. re rt*r II t'oaara'l 1 rocery Co. ,
N ,rris ;a'l Nfcad,,ek,cks at the Cryi- U
l t1 h1I i;r this week, have a good,
II iii rne'tmv -k-it and somnetlhing
tl j trretn fi ''i iqn Iwat has previou'dY U
: ~et anat t lhe (C'rystal.


\I V, i- J .1 .,n 11II, AR I Fi our
t viimith'I Stv.a~-hiryea, hour )tr
IiP callN I()r,,:tn h Iotse, p honle 1l11


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We give votes in the BkwS-Sdl w!Jhm I-.


- M. B. AULTM )
BEACH wIRlth PHONE 2.


Bond Lumber Comr
MAWFUACTUWMS O
Rough and Dressed Cypress Lumn
.ath, Shingle, Flooring, Ceiling. Brick, L.mwmsd CIM
*>fflecrand Yurd-;: lat 4 -Ht HRailwaay *nd .0v al
Pbone As R. JA


ATLANTIC MOTOR CAR CI
No. 8 Beach Strttt, Daytona, I

Automobiles and G'asoline Em


Complete Change of Programme
Every Night.
Attractive Pictures Well Worth
Seeing.

Lost and Found,
Disastrous Flirtation,
Midnight Express.

LOIS & LOVE,
In their Utnsurpassed Acrobatic
Toe Dancing.
Matilnce Saturday, 4:30 p. m.
M :. 1 .. I,, I '. [ Pl NIT.
S1now EVERY NIUMIT
Admnission 15 cents.
l),,oors olwn at 7:00 p in.

BILLIARDS AND POOL.
\ -I I i iII, t :it t i t t iII trI ttI >g I) li.-
tilt ,I ,11'I !. ifll. \ X i lii t of

FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO

l ,,p 1) 1 it r at :4Mb 1 tIHI I
BI \ Itl T'I E::T. L. .AI\ I


'le Citv llotel ii receiving a'
frt-7h cvat ,f \white paint. "Dad"
likes t,, keiepl wtll up with t he band
ua.,,1 in evrr\- tuing.


Diamond Tires, Boscb Magnetos
and Spark Pugs.
Discounts Allowed the Trad*o
Secondhand Cars taken in part payment for New A


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JOB


P l I NTINC


Number. ,f the (; A. RI, and ,
," itritl (tah btain Rt ti The Daily News office is thoromihlv -t iti ,p|nl for the
"h, r- i 'itere-stetl, can( obtain at this
,.! i,., ,f the l)ailv News uf classes (f .lob Printing. New pr,.-. =, nw type an.! fir
S[ivi. .1ar ',:r;irv '. intaining enables this i office to, turn out t tie Ii irst grarlIe of work.
,I :ico''vi tf evthein. A. I reu nion
-,f thi i previous evening. | I AM A Ve r


.1 i-t rt'ct'ived big stock of Dia-
in m!i1l Iire s all sizes and styles.
IP'uv v ,ur tices litre at New York
! 311. ;il'i 'Tr t ilheit p mIIIped Up
I ,', i ',. .\,n ''Tranisit Co. tf
l r .1 VM ,tlltc1 \\as in the (itv
fn *111 'i : i n-4 M; ',ldav. In ( ii< -.
ing tlii- res-'n.: tnild winter with a
r t;.i* -3i it iii,.tl itel hiii of the win-
t I-. s a':.- \rjt when hlie first camei
'I, ri. ,v-r : \I'ears ago. S_-
\,r. ci-i,l \1weat her wa.i then but lit-
L' k i. ;,,.i nl one time, lie -savs,
%k,!, t' i.' ", ',nst -tiI e winter
.\ i fr st


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PIANo (1( TESTT

These votes cast for
Fa h i i se thtbeIIti':&. lY \.- pl)I l pbish one. 4f hC lY cr
It llutst be iotell wittliifln 7IIL a: iri r I
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| SPECIALTIES OF THE CONRAD GROCERY COMPANY

OUR DAILY ARKET QUOTATIONS:

[I ARMOUR'S THE NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANIY'SL

1. .'I CAKESAND

Star Hams and Bacon CRACK

Simo n, 'P e r in- Pa ,* x A ;,
I Simon Pure Lard in Pails A "
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Phbotogaphico
SPECIAL PRICE OF $4.00
PElt DOZ. ON


PHlAT 'iTAITS.


Dlevd Pra tr the
n-h^ a b~ctay.

Anderson & Clark
Peck Blok ,0pL Mouth Brkilg-.


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