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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 27, 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: VID00296
Source Institution: University of Florida
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DAITONA. FLoiML WDWELD-AY. JAW VARY 27, 190
' DAYTONA. FLOnlftL WEDMESDAY. JANl9ARY 27, 190


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'HE SELLS


h NEM JLLK ".CLARK Right Good sat W i;' ;;;;
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SARHITECT BUILDER and I3a3M-0iao uf ar Righta-rIe consed theywe
CONTRACTOR. 33f tpa' "en U. Lat Use m ter T re. I the axe
Roiefe adMo:NoteatDecomtirdL. s the b=1B U1C8
Teleh neft m 221 MAGNOLIA AVENUE -.p5 M MWdL. H. ROWE & CO.


CRUISE OF THE WATER WAGON.


WILLETT'S


ON STREETS.


ROAST OF


PRESIDENT


hL So urnilng Henry B. Rose. Legless And
Mbw Tangile Otherwise Maimed, Has Had


Will Not Go On Record-- He Pro=
tests That re Was Within


Miraculous Escape

T a'ISA I f PSSAE .


His kRihts.


NEW SMYRNA


BANKER


GETS DAMAGES

Federal Court Decidsi Awards
Him $25,000 Damages Against
Alleged Trust.


A LITTLE TOO IUCH GtN6i[ER. JAB FOR JACKSONVILLE [ COS


I maintain a: When he hears a personastrong and AN"" ,A "
Sr private rommu-; well complain simply because fate has '3- *- V ASlll
t aprwtiie to be- not provided a bountiful tore of this ,-. Ji a he cori n
s fc, ti re7. word's goods, Henry B. Rouse, now anr to / the Snd
,L e fitoerdwt are 'object of pity in Daytona, smile, for he De "4 Bmocrat
Ah sadmni, or friendly knows what real hardship is; still he r"t
whM Isok well in print. utters no complaint. Rc
ihT te of such Te lie Ixa neither wealth nor hardly a s--" Ito
11@ 1It will do nothing I hting chance to get it. but be trim to t "
S editor down," and Ibe cheerful at all times and makes the A .orrir oI .
MinLhy in this in.ttanee-nmost of what opportunities come his thi 1 r
Di l y News With t;i~ i. a, and hie ais thankfulforw hat begets l A(6 i..
V U f olowig le tter, i,t llhis has bet-n a life of suffering such asr
w4e Calc Januarl v ). l fenw len have endured, and the fact that rub-* ** *1 "
al nlive is a wonder to all medical rlrt g
SF'leresd Fitzrorald: sun who have seen him. i ),r
*p-u kinda letter tt- oi.ter B oth hi- legal are amputated near the auoi Cldl r,,marks w
Iw mai it s oe placc.,. Ily. heti has to lift himself by his, 1-
m friend Mr. Snyder was hands and swing himself along, and l Wnsat
m e and we were talking his teeth and the roof of his mouth and l .'-t protr Itirg
- I see- bythe-the bone ofhs nose havebeen cutaway hen"
iF m a d th e ne W to cleck the progress of scrofula. from
i I*rosy t e out. Whilt" which disewse lie has suffered for more I -.rc s4
(4figmi, whe" you ar- than a decade He is now 26 years old. ...."
bI to death, or travelinaz 11 i- hetiglht is about eighteen inches, antd
n mwe are wishing that es( tigh, eivhty-one pounds. i -Heaton in Chicago Inter Ocean
the fine climate that a I l alDit. the handicap under which he R IB
iatboo' I rbos ta it pv'sit l r-t onI the streets. He has been in L
m\eta aietiah, Jacksonville and St. Augus-
Idi: 'it i still raining. I itn' and will go from Daytona to ,
4n Florida.' We are both, ___pa, _hre he will remain through AT FNS UC RPI,
lakng a run dowm in tim',, th, %inter. He is an unusually inter-
esting conversationalist, and the fact A Corrected .ist To Date of .ll Who Help 'o lake The
I Sad -cheek for $50, which that lie overcame the morphine habit I arrival A Su.ces.
lydr with $2.5, and nyFs.i4-)!after he had been obliged to use the t*r A[ V es
help the races along. Only drugdurun a long ipriod of intense1"1141*
DO uem our- trul.su sr that he has remarkable Thert, i6 not yly g.ncra!I.-cal l ,ntr-stMo .:. 1'. M ..r ........ :... ...............,
"GEO E Si:l.IN (;.\, will Ix)wer. Ilis says that his principal in tht, progrss (,f ,.\.ervtrhwg pi'rtaire l i-cr 1.l .r ... I I vm.I ...I
.. ..______ endavor ib t, lead a Christian life. Ht to the auto, ob,, ile rar'e' incCtlvtilws('. \ t. t .. I i. (
was Iaptised in a Baptist Church in I for March leitt there is a eeost gratifyitg I.. Ii l ... .. ('. ...... '
North C'arolina about two years ago lle 4 int.re."t abroad, a, c'\ ilt. ctd by Ihtt, r.- I. I. 1, ) W- & .
Su-es neither tobacco nor liquor. He j whicli reaeh thi." )li y fr ,i c ,t c ,i r '. If. Sunri, .. ......" ,j ,d "
ALl hopes to get money enough this w-inter tion.. ..: ,.. :u
1binna to establish a small business, It ilt. nd, h,.rnninyur 1...... l' ,;.. ...,


L Harris, the Evangelist, ar-
I-y boa Miami, where he hat
lirel.Vil mReetings, ana ill
00m work twQm here last Sun-
Oi. D. H. Rutter at the First
k-. Mr. Harris hold a ver)
ldW meea.eul series of mce t-
k KM. E. church, l)aytouea
weeks ago and rnarnv Ila\ c
S riporward to hi return i'i,
IinSYk at the Fir-t MI 1i
r-! nt two wee ks.


CREMATED.
Itat i ta
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OI, Pa.. Jan. "27. I r r
Inm ted todai in a tl,,., I .i :
I Ohoiime of Mr-. A I I, k
1l-. Mrc. Kend:ill un- l> i:\-
bl4 fIrom a window,.


TALESMEN.


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NAS \ 1VI.1.-, Tenn., Jan. 27 -When,
,o,,urt I' 'icd today iu the Coop,.r-Sharp
:iu:der tIial r inct tpeculi'ar litigation *,x-
it,-d l'The actual trial i- otT until ri-
lay'. "l'li presiding ju,!ge is sitting a,
trial lu:,rc' u"l their l qualifications ut
t\wo jurTrb alrcta.iy (-Ce ,pted tl .it ii,
J'llii t :, I I :- i lIl,-II tI Ic ,U t .'d J. .Judg,
Hart ll; hliear T rg'.-.Ie ''- t'dahiv, a id ii
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N(,'ON, JJan. --7 --1Ii -p '- l, o lIhcal intere-t was returned Sat-
ittee appointed t,, i::v. -ti:;t,. 'irday afternoon in the cawe of. John
ict of Congrt.-ii:r n \\ill.it. .r IHlimmond. of Orlando, president of
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INVESTIGATION


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hlanminond charged that certain gro-
'cry tirnis were united in restraint of
trade,, thlirreby forming a trust, and that
,vy -.1. Ii e combination had forced him
,li -,f the grocery business Hammond
f ,i'! f',,r imriths to get his r.ase lefuore
tie, tF'rd! r:tl ('Court, aiid when it reaherd
tri::l 1w, had an eighteen days' conflict
.:I \\liichli verve inhn of legal ground
v,.,- >,rt ste l lie won ,out with dam-
,. S for <-.' 2 l( .t1,-) suit wiuK f,,r $200,-

li!;, r:e%.s' w:i.; tyVi4.d as [Hammond vs.
,(.- .-.iti, I ;rcr v ('ry Company 't al.
Dniaa,'s were assessed d against the
f, il,,'rvi- ere,,.ers: Cono-,,lidated Grocery
,::t;ny, C" \W. Parthl.-,,n Company,
J. If. M,[.ei,ri ('ortrpanv, Baker &
Iloliluc Company. United G grocery Com-
.viny. Miller & Mallard groceryy Com-
)pany, C. II. Hargreaves Company, Jack-
,,uvdlle (;rocery Company and the Mc-
Nerrey groceryy Company, whom Ham-
mnund alleged to be members of the
-"outhern Wholesale G;rocers' Aawcia-
ti,,n,. which refus- ani' forced him to go out of businem be-
t waisc he coul I not buy good from pro-
(ldt';u.g turmu.
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LACt KWRROmIDRES, RIBBONS: NOTIONS, ETC.


McCal's Patterns.


ANThONY BLOCK.


Telephone 102.


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IN OLD INGOL8H BLUE

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Are The Latest Craze.
Ask to see them at Clark's
Jewelry Store.
GOEO. H. CLARK ,. .*


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CURIO STORE
Styles and prices to suit eveybS4t

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CoB. BACH AND MAGNOLMSIA


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-O;.O() AND T.(X) SHOES


NwilY PAY MORE?


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I--"ELLA DEVOY & COMPANY,
I li. ELLA DEYOY $ COMPANY, I


Ladies' Hatters,


No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,


Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,


HIGH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.


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Clothing and Shoes


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NEW SEASIDE INN


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tlonmclikc and Ciomfortlabl.
l)irctll on tlanti tlk-ati.
Surf Bathingii and Fishing.
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TIE IATIA BDAILY !N S
Published every ervenin. enxcoi t Kur-n Fo. =a y
day, from Deetmber I io April1r I. by
THE (4AZXTTVIwNIF:WNJ ci. 40A
T. C. FIrrTUgALD. E(tItor- Misna mr T..
it. ('.iummAxxK. City FJdttar.
14!7 .N. B4
CI. NC H-Vti, Ctrtiiition Manwaa B r.
01K). F. VitotIeff, upertntendtt~rw..
Entered as saiund-4.Iais Imaaaln#-r I;-
Cetml Per 1. JX04. tatth, lt I' j4toail,-
Dasytona, Flit. 1111410- tht- %,-t tot
W. D. Bradabaw made a business March 3. i1 Local
tuip ta DeLand onmday.


Benjamin Joodon, of Fort Pierce, i
is in the city for a few days.
*Stove wood, McClellan & Ed-
wards, phone 123. tf
A. B. Kimball, proprietor of the
Onnond Poultry Farm, was in Dry-


BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS
Sa-1


Mrs. C. W. Colliste and son Alex- -nose--s-- -e_ m.miieuln
ander, of Cleveland, Ohio, are the :
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. White. N r W P O E
SAttorney and Counsellor at
'Saratoga Inn Garage, cars stored 0 Law. i
Practice in Stata and Fe tldral n iirI-
by day or week. Six-cylinder, seven- OFFICE OVER POSTOPFICE. 0
passenger Welch and four-passenger: Telephone -4
Elmore for charter, hour or trip. *0000U0UU@U OIOU Oe
Rates reasonable. tf T. E. nitzgeraid K F 'a, -
Miss Mabel Saxon arrived from FITZGERALD & OATES
Fort Pierce Monday afternoon and Attorneys and Counsellors at I a\%
will be with her brother, Earl Saxon, Special Facilities for Exa.\it:i;iti ain ,
for a few days at The Belmont, on Perfecting Land Titlelf,.
First avenue. Office in Conrad Building. 'JTh,,. '.2-


tAi r'a,M,,RIL FIR CHBT:ER-Four-
cylinder Stevens-Duryea, hour or
'trip. call Morgan House, phone l10*

Martin S. Rose and family, of
Mansfield, Ohio, arrived recently
and are located with S Heymann on
,.Oraange avenue. Mr. Rose is not a
stranger to Daytona. having winter-
el here before.

S.\utomobile For Sale.- 1907
Royal Tourist "40 h. p." motor guar-
anteed good as new. New top, 3 extra
shoes. 5- extra inner tubes, Warner
Speedtineter,prestolite tank andgen-
erat or. V. E. Burbank Myrtle House


I)AY1'O.N BEACH, Jan. 27--Mis,
P (ra' e Smiiith Is at houie after a pro-
o tr:ct-d visit with relativteM in Cinain-
t!;:it! ar vicinity. She is accorded A
.:'dial welconie by hier nmauy friends
S II. 11.Hight and fari ily arrived from
1euP4.hkii i N. \N.. Friday Light, and ain-
'r-.A!.tlv l~rcated at tht-ir lioine oia
I'. iii'.!-fla [hive. Mr Haight say. t-they
vtit wcawthier at borme, anird are gla'l
tit it( tthvir sunny southern home.
'1!'. l1' and d arid g dsuat-r, %%Ijo are
4 144!4. !UX. La. v. in .r hero, hiave tak'ia
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\1r. .al Mr'. II ughes, bride ai4
A.. wuapa~i ed C(liftou XIuung utoi
.&tl Mrter SUtt th frOm I.eXIzIgth'.a
C4 h it- guesgt~ts (,fMrs. I. C. c' Youiq
I": \eN1K. Sun day Su vhool I smak
%. 4.rr4iV galt i t iiito-rest ao well as
* 3''. tj t a tfiriving iustitutioll.
I .i '?t., uve i acrea.*d fronia a little
.:t -...Iklar, pe-rhaps, to $2.41
IILu e seating capacity f
:. :' r. .\ ietAientlyv uvei taxed during
New chairs allhave
"I:'lul'tvd, and there in talk of en-
K. Upert11 ewl udangt Ut the. SUnda hi


,-i NI r-. Sala., if ubbel, who lisa Ne
tic- %a h \wVlzah blvck, artie noh
: a.:.L l. L.ttr 1. cC:Ull front L homie.
: Lpwk-.a.rth Leaguers meet tomzurr 44W
,-.i;%%night at C. 1B. Pour'b, PlOn-
A.'c.. ~t'.eabrcezc', %h.uhre tilev Wlii
aa:;.H.".Id .cot taga' prTn.A II'r t~
A' ini N:. t)a:iJivau of .Michigau lre
'aprtiwi.rits 1 in the Pnulip.
:..1?- c St' .ii ,Ze livelt'Lrle.
I B. 1 % h~ sone-half acre J1-
t.:.Ct4l aof vi the town n on-e ( w
:-Io :t truck gardeits to be ffouud
1, About one-half of the garden
i- ;..~L:. .I~ '.f.th ELnglish peiis. of a bturdy,
-tuck' full of hlvozws anrid
!,is. TTt.v art- am thrifty not
.1be .uJ ii lromi5le a bplendid
H. t's, ;e' joas he hias planted
Sta't-, And 1haLS cumr.ts.
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G 0. A. KLOCK, M. D,.
PHYSICIAN AND SUIRUiEON. 0
k.,.',&wated wIt l iK. M. Ferguson. ,M 4). *
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Physician and
Surgeon.

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Physician and Surgeon
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BiSatkiHnith and Carriage
Shop in Connoction.
C-F-O. A. FOYF. Proprietor


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Bicycle Livery.


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Ap~rrrnfi of Child


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I)IEI' TAILOR. a
Ech Stre"q. Newr 'th Every child should have a,,,,
,AYToXA. FA. count. The child who

Agent Wanted. early training in saving
.gent Wanted. will acquire a habit that
S.,,,.,,,,,,t,,,,.,t th. ., valuable in later years.
. Fr,,r parthl-ular.4f ndldrs.'
S<;rn.rim. Responsibility ofStarting a CM

ARTER. Pleasur Yacht rests on those who love the chbil d
I.., i LUC LE,r'k. offer the opportunity. Children' &
-:,ii,: I,.l y .-. lulip1ld for especially desired. Four per ceuL.
S,, r !. owner to compounded quarterly paid in o-.j
:' Depart"ment. Accounts may be
gel a /pa I one dollar up.d
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st New Reo Runabout, The Merchants
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THE DAILY

NEWS


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give a larger number.

HER[ IS A CHANCE FOR EVERY-

ONE INTERESTED.
SLBSCRIP1ION DEPARTMENT.
s1 |,, ne subscription, 5( Ktvotes
( '!'iI, ,ti e .ulsr,.riptions 4,t( vott'es
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ci t'i i,.ttt 'e. ,li Lit eSilit lm ay secure
The subscription price of The
Weeklv (iazette-News is $1.50 a
year; The DIaily News is $1.50 for
the season by mail.
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|ORMOND and ORMOND BEACH I


Truck Lands.


DAYTO'NJ9


Lumber.


" -I place pore = marem amd better, Daytosa
The Modern throw down the gauntlet to the world.
-Sqk..r.sbwa, r BWrdsmad Frots.


Seven Wonders


Daysms "a aiWgw- iM beach.
Oae of Daytona& crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
evft set foot upon its smooth, packed
maad; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
ei.ed 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-
ised that it is a world-better, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.


The Plac. Pciucid HUtlax River.


Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta
tion, artistic cottages with roomy vtw-
randa's looking out upon her bosom.
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to tho6e 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 p, lican p4 "-7h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk sti 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
,weep the river from Orniond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy fore,\er, and one of
the modern wonders.
The Enkhantingl) Picturesque lige'ood.
Ridgewood avenue" is upon the' c.re.-t of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and thet w ide-spreading branTchts of the
heavy-trunlketd livh-oaks extend their
giant arns atcro.ss this magnificent vista,
fornming an arch, and front these e.xteiid-
ed arms great fenstoo s of Spanish 1o1108
;wav as thie trade winds from tropic seas
fan thenim. I ,tkini)g straight ahead down
thi.,s w hit. ht-l I tr,--.-t oni* has thet i in-
preszioni of a fairy piath with ltiAh dra-
lwries, but as ,ou nove\ al ong and cast
an 'vt' first to thlie right arid lOhw t,, to thn


Whatever once's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve callous one
may be to many things, the mere men-
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and
fruits" will send a thrill that is reflected
in distended pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "goo
ber" there is a bunny ready to come out
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt
upright and gnaw into the meat, casting
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming
the year 'round. You are reminded of
Goldsmith's couplet where
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid
And simmer s lingering blossoms are
delayed.


In one yard roses of variagated hIues
predominate, another houscholdl ha e
a penchant for the poin.wcttia and
the prenmises are aflame; antliher is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety is
the spice of life and her,. is where you
find it.
The birds flit in, and %ith their joPyo(u.-
notes help to give fullness and syninie'-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, )av-
tonua yields the palm to none for ,qualitv
and quantity per acre. erlit, artc vo',r.s
of citrus groves in proximity to, thi. city,
branches bending to the eartli h ith thi ii
burdens of luscious goldenll lobcs. liicli
for beauty, prolitlicacy and all dl(hir:tl|le
qualities would truly astonisli


The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out.
The seventh world wonide.r, (do v,,,,
ask?'. Come, w whether from Missouni 1i,
from Maine from KalaIna.,,o or froi
Timbuktoo and you will lbe '".-houlii
Here is where world's records for spie'e
are broken with every recurring s';asLi'oI
Autos the biggest, tile fastest mnid tlh,
finest are on daily parade and tthe ,ig
show is as free as the pure artc'i:aI
water from the thousaild tl,\\ili' \vwtll.
It is a continuous ShiIowW 'ithIi unllstliit ly
shifting scene.
Everything gets, from ii -a-!o h <|., ,,,\ ('T
up to a 200-horsep.lower, anidl dleg-re'(c
of speed from a canter t, :; t\-ilt-i
milnute clip. You will rII lI.lv t.: ttt.
the s)pilit alld when yoiu d 11er iai.-
aind thle beach aire yours. Tie f l--lt
.sinl h.iLie is free, thei' l :ilni, (-..I:
lhr :rid tlowert rer fit'fr it1.' >a v.1 klrIL'
fountain waterr is fret :il, \(,l i \\ill 'i\
te, go dt, ii ti vour \ l. .t oitt y fi i
for tlie aut, anid 1,itd a;i'Si ,(t]16 oL
"'lb i.- s no frii cituil ,it I ,. it -


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Surrounded by warm waters oft he Gulf
Stream. Protects gestf from ALL cold
weather. Its homelike informallty and
moderate rates attractive to those mlak-
lng a long stay. For booklet Iad rates
address MANAeR Palm Beah.


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RATES $2.oo to e.oo PER DAY.
SPECIAL RATUI BY WEEK.
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MR. FRED MAUHIS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y., |
has arrived with his corps 'f assistants and opened The Clarzn- _
don Bath Department to the IuMlic.
Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths,
Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths,
Steam Massage,
Given at all hours by the very highest grade of Professional Opera-
tors. The only place south of Washington, LD. C., where these baths a
may be obtained.
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i HOTEL DESPLAND

since George. Daytona, Florida
The Prince George on N Op for Season 908 .
Irs. A. H. Carpenter. *
titer, Onmha, la. I,. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.

(Greatly Enlarged since I. t season. C'i'isine anil Service Excellent.
idt's Hotel. Broad1 'iazzas on all -i;lts. Il,,is lIhsit. Steanm Heat.
ivals on Tuesday at the IEvery Mor, (',iv in'ec. 'lSend fir l x)klet.
vere, Philip CG. Barker
estoln, S. C.; Harvey s iIIIM.'r .\di"...' \Ni II I'-"i -. N i :I,-:, 1i-eit t 'r,iatI4h d. <1 IllnId.
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The Despland.
.AXie Of tfin guests to arrive at The'
l)'-lia l ye,-terday were. ('. (i. Ed-
.%.ards, St. l'aul; Miss Kate Edwards,
Donialtdlsille, N. Y.; Walter C'leack.
lInIton, N. J.; ,inry B. Kane, (;eo. F
Lufbeiry, wife, child and maid, Narra-
gmis.t P'ier; A. B. Cm'ne Jacksonville.
1). V\. Mai)nev, San Francisco; Mrs. H.
1). Willeni, Mrs. Junior, New Yjrk; J.
ltlyptjti, Mt. Vrnoiin, N. Y.
A niumiber of Despland guest made
tii, r,)ull Ii- if thie' picture the-atres la ,!
(.vc.liri; ;iIU number of others spent th(.
t.VeriilIr H t cards.
S 11. l\eyv. and ~ ife of UBelleville, N.
.frn-id Mr. anid Mrs. W. S. Thotmpson,
',f ('l,vel:lid, iiiadr the 'l'oinoka trip o
MIlrI 11, I i :a chaillttre(d launch. Thiey
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left 'ou se(e dli!till-uistied cottage ho n ,i \' \t t (. I u r
,a;i:l lt .ehe i i rr(e i ,'e .t!i rai,, i, t I ,. \I ; \ *..r lt'k ,- i ,. ritche ll
ill thle litot delightiful tiiiu ...
che.armn ii mi hifohl you. ('toliie :,';'. I ,' i e.:,' I'i.ilei!i'.iL? h ine who r a rivei
See thie glitslen in g ,.;t of tile grandil ", ,;.; .
nitgnohia whliichi nltrture li ,t s isihd as tli \ i .. iitsLS foru ,el a j1o,11N
no artist's rushi ever culdl: .and the ..,; ,t jiturni.ye..l te thll
ealibbage palti. ',itli thi, ir burdens oft S i iii. Aiog h
showy fruit anid sw ti ill :plln- s(.e' t lie ;.9 ,t | ir Selik ,if Ne.w Y ,lk,
loe,\'lv holl\" with it:. e\x ui.-ite lI,.rv; see \lI M i(:h,. ; Iil tlaugliters, th1 ti t M-se-
thi hlimbiig \iu,.i- rumni mlg riot it i the U \i L I eu,.1l Margueit o t_'lu-
tree'; e:,: ti. M:-. ht. 1.. '('at,.hCr ntcr, Syracus .
aiin a foothold tli n the great ,aks and U a i ,ii i ri. ,se aiil l',. Marrei r
llic btrttely pin!!ie. a:nd surcly' you will Wt ;are' nt Ptil rait Ailit- i
jc)Ill ill the horutru al iti s' tlii;t t ti t t i i- a 0 are we Art I) iit i f i.isc. i,..It.- tCk a ii\e
*.itor 1 wieenlr ti er c-bauty ef =lo. e \1,i ,.,ii:t\ i;,i lL, l l 0 1. Liil'ka i ongi,,l
'-urp a bini t;k ut it Our C ,(ttmig "no cs. i 0*t
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t1s om- ,t'Oii,!irtitcl" ~lie ,r, n .iurlv universal | T If AI Ii. II tiHI Leit'. ti Ml i it (tvI.Cli ,IL
an IIRST CLAM-HNISURSO
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tic cottag.'. The .'irs of ittiesechie arm- A \niyon' je<'it i g ",,1 .,I C: I ;o i:K .el M rs. 1.>virigs-t,,n .l t,-
ing villas haiil fi ni t'ev'erv cornl er of the strict att nton i. ... i \ ,,i k ,llil I \ l',lIy ,,i
country and they ,liug tht-ir own areihi- de'.rs for I >eelopi i... t. t "t '" > ti .
tectural plain s .-aiid build 111,,1,i thi('l .anid il t it .-it I ;1-. "\ L1 e I, I .\ !Ii.
as the' archilt t.illt-e f (,II. section of the .1t .Ac le. tl ', II :I ,;Lg tie 1i !gc,- < .d;
to unLitry (lil 1i tiutif tilth aa !, itt t ur'tV o f t t i s i.. l., \ ., ) a e i. v ef e ,iI'L
,t liothl-i sto d,, our hi ii!tcr in out- S e'ci lty .9 I. \, t,, t i'l Le g
wkard appI eala;,j I 0 ,,d 1 -tru. tural beauty All U .\ k ttt -,, .; ri "2 1 .. 1 ; I lee ,.;e,;tl Lue tie l It i;4
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It i- t t r astnan kodak Dealer.
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Sual Ditribnalor for A kerA-, 1Ru

Special attention is called to the MAIL OROi


Priv4e I.ts will he rh#crfny j


sasasesSeSOOSSSSSSsSu


all-S-SSSS IHANNE BROTHERS .Esta.sise o..r ..ir


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r~T~th~
Pahoigraphice
SPECIAL F1VICE OF $4.00 i
PER DOZ. ON


PLATINE RIMTUSM


Dewvdsp a u for the
Annteu a Spdy.

Anderson & Clark
.....P. O:pp. Kut eee pe.

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PRESCRIPTIONS
Wle call for and Deliver
Them.

YO PNIARMACY
B r otil 4 1 .. ..lr .h .t

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


I >. AI ILL
Archittclt .ind 1luikiTr


Office 209 I'almvttto tvecnue
I )avtona. i. 1rkl(A.


lb mod' Iid ,Ht I tcost (if
$150,000
HMt and "dd IRuAning Water and Long
Distance 'Pltncs in sal liaoms.
:%N i R4414011i-'161, itht, in ItI I
P41 ..I 4 *It Mu It*
R1 I 61SAll :lid I j' p% Ird

McClintock & Bayfield, Props
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Me lHOTl-L PERKINS
V I FTIi :%anA W N 1'Ni -iNTt S TS.
PORTfILANI), ( Wt(iON
I.odern Ltixur) at Vitolerate Rates."
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To MINERS.

HBy' ni"td Prt,,s.i
IN DIANAPOLIS,Jan. 27.--"Mother"
Jones. the well known labor agitator,,
made an address today before the mi-
ncrs' convention.

Georgia and Nebraska Sail.
t By U'ntl.-d Prt-%s.l
MARSEILLES, France, Jan 27 -
The battleships (;Georgia and Nebraska
sailed today for the Gibraltar.

COME OVER, JACK,

AND GET IN THE PUSH.

It Won't Take I.ong For You To
Get Inoculated With The Fast


Company (erm.


yam and O .....


Crystal T atre.

TO-NIGHT.
VAUDEVILLE.


Morris K


iUk6


ks


High Class Vaudeville Comedy
Entertainers,


ALL THIS WEEK.


"The Padded Cell."


NEW PICTURES:


The Amateur Detective,


A Warlike Calling,
At His Old Tricks,


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Where to (o and
What to See........


0 --so


Wilmans


Opera House


SEABREEZE


COMING,

The Yankee Drummer,


February ioth


LYMAN TWINS
High Class Comedy Company
of Twenty Specialists.


INDIAN RIVER ORANGES ,:
rultofth,," Grape Fruit and
nou l't,-ter Tangerines....
-cleh u IU llid lIright -i 4 *I' 111ti r i 11-I
BOX TRADE
SOLIC ITED w ,,, ;,,.. ,, ,, i.,,,, i .
Uu'IcL U I,%- i;,i. .I
GEOR E H. MUNROE:
GROWER AND SlIPPER
126 S. RIINJEWOOD AVE.-- Da).tona. IIa.


'GATOR MOVING


PICTURE SHOW..

TO-NIGHT -
Complete Change of Programme
Every Night.

Attractive Pictures Well Wurth
Seeing.
The Leperchan,
The Folk Lor,, Fairy of Ireland.


Matinee at 3 p. m.

LOIS & LOVE,


In their Unsurpassed Acrobatic
o'u DLancing.


snow EVErY SNmrIT
missionin 15 cents.
i).itsl upen at 7:00 p in.


BILLIARDS AND POOL.
\ C:A-'Dli" 'I!.iEt S:- & T\ll Bl' lCtll C lJ)oll-
"ll t +*i ; l ] 1' :1 1t ,\ [ l l.' I 111
FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO

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P. L.A 1I.\H.


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FOR


SALE.

I '1~ U". 117.l t.'ti iI&,ne .4.
W. C. OWES,
P-f1( )it "


S = F INISHING i


'j BY UP-TO-DATEII[ METHODS.
All Prints Made oi
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DAKER \1.\1. \N iN ;\ 1


Gardiner's Arti


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tret I a\tl. r .t \ I; ::-


I I f O tlie (2'.1, ret!d 1%%o111
II I .~* m-N 1lgt-w'' .4.1avenue, wa;
1".1 cl v f~rt"-i it lthle afternoon
U''11 la.i~c '4llil~iShutsbandm
1!atl #l111-.liled tile re.


i l ii !i V. !iTe .i I I tue m IIe

the ()v',Ir its I Ile
h, U I4 lI I hat TIlhe us-
''I %, x~tere nitall 11killed 1,


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?mpUm e d


the Buslw- 'uznttrd Piano CoutkL


== M. B. AULTMI
BEACH STREET. PhONE 2.


2 .egaegogozngezoss


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Bond Lumber Compl
tMANUFA'CTUlICERS OF
Rough and Dressed Cypress LumWu,
I.ath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, I.im l'nd l Cenm 161
ofticeiit- l Y:mr8l-: K.mt i ,:ist ; .;.dll ;7 ll tralnK Ave-sp.
bone 83 R. J. MALB A


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I ATLANTIC MOTOR CAR COM
. No. 8 Beadi Street- Daytona Fla.

; Automobiles anid gasolinee Engio
D. iianiond I ire,. IBksh Magnelos
and Sp.i k Plugs.
1 Discounrts Allowed the Trade
' I Secondhand Cars taken in fart payment for New An
I 6 00,01*0100* meoN onememononeme mue. u-


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ThliD I aillyNewvs ."1f.r the execuIs
c Ias-.ivs of .101)Pr InIt I I I- A --v-t.:ji, I irt-%rilasp "Of


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V(

* After addrt'-ing himself to, stnme busi- A Quiet Hotel.
nes matters, ex-Sheiiff Jack iTurner -
ilis a l postal riplt ti a ht tter to thii of- i -iul;.r Mitiltnve Mtiturday at 3l p. i1n.
tire, which .hlHs that if n well ot Admission c..
Admislion IOc. Ntglflt I5c,
with the ush l" ie wt hld ii tg4- he ,plac,
anti e'njtI. it. I1 ,KO E)PIV:N A "T 7:x P. M.
Hiere i-lth,' ,, ThatW111111111111t 1t11d
Bird y ,u were ii yric-t,. ay l,, ,ked g,,td
to: n." t, sign,"Jt ,'. k" BOWLING ALLEY.
And tile "l-ied Iild" pt-rforrmed juist
a-< good as it hlok td. F te roadl waS l'iv'l In0t w4 pulin tr
rough, .),peci(.lly o(n Ithe le'Land end,
where it lia-s tweell Ilt'\," V ,worked. n '(,LC-
a.s l ade h I II t l 11, I : Il .ff.!. 1 N
\Vith the r tu d ii l rpl 7 'rpe iha lie.l
d hi tati n c ,' v eri \ e, !- N', .1 l fid ,. :I N 4 L I. 1A. MI T R EK T .
hour.
I sd tr iako mni,,r fr .,i it \i-it. lI I) I -
friend ot, tiit ,',:-t -Strawberries are now in the local
Illarket at 31k. per quart.
C. ** ***owes, of Port Orange,
called I). Davtona friends this fore-

SLOCAL ITEMS. I'Tie ',oardl of Bond Trustees ih
S oi4, l f,r the installation of the water-
lIIen's fruit has d, Ir,)pedl froni 1i li- works system.
to .">' per d(,zt in tlic t-wal mark'.-t
Sr in ti loal a Charles (taollin, colored, died in
The ('Counttv (-'i.;::.i-,.-i crs aicr d Wavcross Tuesday afternoon and
county y S,.hooil I 'ari, I \'iil IhlI tlieir \Was buried this afternoon in the Mt.
regular iii'ndtt lv Ilt'tt i uI, at I el.and A rarat cemetery
Monday. You can't please everybody; some
N. El:rickson lia, in IIrt'wSAof c,,n- arnt complaining that the weather
struction at his '.ailinet hI .1. t,If h;a, lbe'n too warm while others re-
(',-ttage avenue. a Itlinisolit 1.piece .', i'i atn declare it to be perfect.
Sof furniture in the shape .I a tl.tt-li dL the little girls at
i top thdsk. of lack rv;,,res... ,r I il, I the little irs at
J!Sonntag Invest en t',,i.. p y. ,,f l-e.he t(,;I t,)[.r % viitg P'icture Shov,
Seatrc c .'.re warnilv received bv the audi-
Sea rceeze.
clice aint night. Thev will rellain
;al isr. Ftr e. tlfii a. -tiritk.- [*i:yi it tlt" l>il.i tce of the week.
; ;Sp" .'aljt. f'\tllv kn,, th r,. }- \N ,t'S it hstandl iug a large nuniber
ouit rila a ,tt-ir ,,' -xtra opies of yesterday's paper
S ats. Iiaki lu t.r .t'..e printed the issue was quickly
'NOX" .I .'hv "to m. .llav +lat
oava litt~lw.i,. v t...-f. th!, r -\hau.ste l and demands for the
avazIiig t..,..l .. ti .Irp t 1 .L'r catne iin all dav today.
nitv to have glasse- tit't-,l y an e\ ,
pert re'raicti ilt .loin ('. PIetttplher received this
1mornil,ng a 14( h. p. Jewel runabout
SMri Ma !I', ..k-, appeal lika; ,t iiade v thile Forest City Motor ('o
Stlie I'rytal Theatre this week. ale f-r 1). ILangw,,rthv, proprietor ot
!leaig large wili, ,c-, ;t thi, h le Iidgewoo blMr. Pettepher.
p 1pnl tr r slrt. toniiiht t y i,' i? tl' o li x.(, will have thie agency here. hail
their sipc iaJtv : Litc entiittl I T, t !, ca; out ,on the streets this 1i)'il, -
I';tle, i l('el I l i t iail l -, e i',. I It is a verv neat appearing car
tieiit aillt en l \ a ll..Y it\ tIi .9!,1 i, ,] ie s' hljat. niseless.


I a. d SPECIALTIES OF THE CONRAD GROCERY COMi
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"; iI A ]-kit)", TIHE NATIONAl BISCUIT
Pl--kiS llt.TL'l_ iC). C roprictors$T H


CAKES AN
-1 Star Hams and Bacon CACK

SPlant Wood's (".AI,
Garden Seeds | Simon hiure l. ard in Pails EXCF.1 At ,
If in 2. w-ti wA w :z


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