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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 29, 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: VID00298
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unbend f tgmsdcm mtj Drnmber 1, mmO at t a poaoms at Daytona,, Viaunder the rmt oof Marh 4 IM


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West portion t unt


DAYTONA. FLORmDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 29. 190


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I i<.GOtVE |IV LIEIT&S.1 _1 NEVILLE i. CLARK -r t--oods at
&Q. A. Xj S .liOVE I i' I= I : -1 3Right PrIt
2J 11 ARCHITECT BUILDER K. D. Mta OPTOMETRIST 3 Rih Prices, j CanrtingI
i ONTAC R. Paper H rn Lot U2 3 Y~ j. coicd t aere
W a" -r. K .....a .. r aod Ou ese: lIor1m:t he asD C tlqgf I. 23F "' the be 4.
-f..r.oSI* tor Ridgreood and Volua. 0 "
o_ a Teoi. ,e 221 MAGNOLIA AVENUE S Eyested-Franes Fitted H. ROWE & CO O RUmI .
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Many
al


NOT


REGISTEiED.

Who Registered For Oener-
Election Have Failed To
Qualify On City Books.


HAPPY HOOLIGAN HEARST.


'I t


WILL


p.*.


INVESTIGATE.


'Chas. Warren Bound Over With-
out Bail To Await Findings


Of That Body.


LITERARY


SESSION


IS HELD.


Platform Transformed Into Beau-
tiful Woods; Gipsy Tents


Pitched Therein.


ITJI A LETTER FNI SlRIJVYL.


WILFUL MURDER TEII CHARGE. FINE PROGRAM AND 60D MUSIC.


Editor Daily News:-I wish to call
the attention of the citizens of Daytona
to &he fact that registration in the city
recgistration books is necessary to par-
ticipate in thie coming city election.
Many who registacred there in the
county books last fall seem to be under
the impression that they are duly regis-
tenrd for the city election. The tax
'collector ha, furnished me the names of
mOUK twenty five who have recently
paid their poll taxes whose names are


-Id the swell- "ot on the list furnished me by the city
thme enhance itfs clerk and consequently can not vote,
Ite city would be and will probably think they have been
wronged by be:ng left off the list.
matewal beauty the HRespectfully yours,
am| rteal. TI ey JOHN R. WETHERELL,
^ mt~ SUe r oatloy s Supervisor of Registration.
kImtk stiff aud for- i
Ie lmmaof entinels Quietly Wedded.
- 1T2 rigid adhernc i obert J. Yelv\ington. of Kingston,,

jl th writer and it i! Hill. were united in marriage Thursday
e average visitor evening at 6:30 o'clock by Notary
They planned Public A. K. Brokaw in the parlors of 1


ml Pffeet width to

the mathematical pre
of all their tree
| @fect isi artificial and

hbmt of Florida's best
of learning. Stetaon i
S there is an e-xcetllent
odious buildings sufli-
tk would b eem to atitci-
of the school for sonie
. It being Suniday the.
Lapportusity to look with-
IO interior finish, furnish-
t. As a whole the
| ill- mem simple, and
b withot they pr-sent a
hmu and eomnfortable a:;,

Oee_ of tile buisin-lf S .Cti, ,i
little disappkintng i1
of hIudnrds of Solutherli
Mia There wer ,rt- ,
from the ordinar\
to relre'se nt thlr

to be about threI-
rof Daytona. not count-
Daltona Beach. S'a-
Midway aind \\:ty-
wlu L)aytona bv tv t1
lines only. It
air, as reflected i)v
am building, ini mnatyv
str. The revival (,f tie.
IIh cnontribritmig iii< >t

r qpect it (.iil:-;-:
with Daytolla. Iiav-
ty, noteasily shock-
l freaks and foiled's,

flenmase to the S54I' -
i aptto read ZOel. Bal-
D1Leand, the St ..lil e-
d*own Kidrew,,oo, like

Sa -Fourth Ptig' >


WILM


In Bi


AI'S OPERA HOUSE IS STARTS O DAYTONA

FAR AHEAD NOW-BIG VOTE AND DIES EN ROUT[.


ush & Safford Piano Contest Instead of Entertaining Her Blroth
-Kingston School Now In er, Mrs. J. B. Parkinson(ioes


thre Bingham A Maley Company. Second. To His Funeral.
The young couple departed on the i
7:06 p mi. train for De:"and and De- TDe inevitable has oiccurredl. Wil- John Sanlorn, of North Dakta. \vi-
Ieon Springs and on their return will mans opera house has made a juirip) that due in D)aytona this wet'k feor : \ iit t"
make their home in Kingston. is unparalled in the Bush & Sallord con- his sister, Mrs. Join 1. I.l'akii'-,i. ll c
tet so far. In thie last count the vote was enroute but a .s:lln illf.in'c-i. itr-
oor the opera house alone was over 136,- erupted his journey \lind lie sppdl ;at
WiL If000. Somebody may overtake thie the- West Badeni. Indiania.
atre, but they will have to get a hurry lie grew worse rapidly ;tinl iiii l,-t
on ht ihei )oon. Thie Kingston school night. In rcspol)ns,' to : t, i:itiit :iii-
lMg" FIN* jfi looks now like the only possible' rival for noulncving his d athi Mrs Ji,,in I l'all;-
the first place position outside of D)av- iiiton left tiii'mniorning fur \ l'.. ::
T Itona. With this count that s.clool and will a:cetiipany the 1e.)ty1 Ii- i,
I IIasBes the Seabreeze High Sc'hool, groin; b uriIl.
Into second p)lacc. There' was nothing i Mr.-. Parkinison has tie' 'ytii[>:l tv ,
I). 1". Randolph, of Second avenue of special interest outside of I)aytona. her i:ilv frie'ntls in tlti- ,:,'. xri 'f \ !:;ri
whu .-ome ti:rie since announced himself In l)avtona th. high sli ioti l iad a 1('Oli'"' it" i \ sirl,"'kiilg -'1I I,''-
as. a candidate for the position of mayor slightly larger vote. than ti(e llalifax
of D)aytona, has qualifieJ for the elec- Rifles but the "boys ii blue' art' d,'- i (-
tion by- securing the signatures of termined to e,.t that piano, and. every- H011LY HI!L i
tUe-nty-five electors, as required by ord- body will have. to hu-tle. There were I
i!ai.cc, ":rld will continue in the race for nio new developnients in DIay(tona.


t!ie ti av'(irlip to a finish.
Mr. lkando!ph was not nominated in
tihe caucus hIeld at the Armory Monday
night, but fcel- that that was not a fair
iAnd l populi:r (.hoicc, as oA'ing to the ex-
-ftinltt prevailing over the murder in
the aftc(-iit,)on imary of his supporters
faril.d ht, appear at tl,' lk"eting.

Stunningly Attired.
,(I\ l'liit,' l 'rrr ..
L:1)1 Nll'l(G, .lan. '2. With a packed
c(' urntri,'om and niosst unningly Mr-. Mabel Atlierton tt,,)k tihe stai;d
tiiis mioriiiiig to, lear let.-s.f of th'
charge 4f tiisconiduct w itti Strirliig in
tihe trial of divorce of Jol n Stirlirng and
w ife. Mrs. Atherton pro' -ted that her
n-'l.:tthion with Stirling were always hon-
oralile. She declared .she tried to, act as
pt.:tCe il Tke('r :iand sih. n% rt 1Il d,'itid her
,1A Iai I" t.-tilrii vy.

!I": sI !lv.in'riiar e'l \'vcltlesdaiv
r,,1il Sllke ro ;,issijt his brother in
li,, N I;h:'hl street barber shop.


te As It Stood Wednesday I

IhE BUSH & SAIFODI) PIANO CONTI


F-


Evening




1 ,114.070)
780O.647


*


One of the pianis is on exhiiiition in Siuiday" last Ibeing ti,. fi'u;tl >tt !
thlie M. B. Aultman store', (i te corner Rev. Mr. liutt, r c(nilwe', i -.rii, :a-
(of South Beach street and (iranige ave- usual i ii ti,' -cli(,,,l hiti:'
Snue and every one is urged to stept itito Saturday Mrs IH. I. .e' \:,t .inl
the store and try tlie instrumenitit. r(lich 'dauglte'r utlitli ailIl th!i. i.v ii' q '
is an excellent onre. It is Ilaniined soni0 ,spl(.it tlhe 1day w\ithi MI- M, 'ki MI-
tine in tihe near future to give a recital Stew art and Miss Klli-tii ri this store, at which time' all interested the afternoon andi all I .y:j, ti-1 :i -. ,
'nay hear the beautiful tone of tle 'cup f tea % it Nl Mr. A. ('art, r
piano. Tie other piano, \%iII al.o be Mrs. ,Jealictte' E. (re'tlr ,f J.I..-; -
Spliaced on exhilbition in smeiiet other;ran(]Niaton C )ii-'r I isi- f. Sii
Beach(I street store soon. was thie guest of MNi. andl Mrs. A .\ i
O(ne thing nru-t lie spoken if. Please Carter on lridavy cf l:.-t w ,.k.
don't put lIananra p.els and s.-redle'd Mr. Cha:s S. lrri- i j, ', : ,i ;:,
wheat biscuits ini tie ballot l)oxes. Coxrn In. l itzgerald' nc .:it.> Su Li i .;, ''.
cobs are all riglit if they will go in the fr
they went to i)e~and l fe, th',' dt'.


.;lit, but pickles, cookie's, flitt, peels
water lilies, grovry bills, :and the like
make' the \otes hard to handle ani
count.


IN INTEREST


OF LEAGUE.


N. I. Allige'r. rp'1re'sc tintg the' Iht'.r-
Snational Auteolitoitlc .ieglii is i iM tihe
Svity in tIe' interest ,-f tli, hiig t l :I a r', ,f
16,000 miiiloers ThisTi- levgru i- iiidyv
increasing its niiiernil-'rhlip.
It was organiz'-li to tprIr i, tl 1,' ii-
terest of the automobile \NIlrld.
S It is Mr. Ailhizar's lii-inr es.- ts i.a ,'r-
range for official liet.l- iani gai ai,- ir


M r. ;eo. llarri" ht is 1 ;r :i;a .'; ',
tax (colle'etor fr r lol y Hll.
( \\ ing to s ili, a a t iitii,t ':,liit' r 'f ';
lay\s and bright sUl-u iilt'. tli fi .f I'- -
are, mi any of the'mii, iii l lit Iir;. I .-l
w 'eek lit (.,iiattli liu' ii's L r a'' .: '
plumi nr;al a ripe peach al\\:ts r,:a:', l;
iour dhil'st inlitm itant cit ai' I" 't ine' r .1 .i
:anii unusi ual diidlaye tn tlir' lipa t tI ..'


Ti l E \\ l'i il 1I li ,'i.l I I I' I "-r V:
.it l ,\r, 1 '1N ',i l itl'.l\ I I i. l .

.\ i r' i ,I ie t'r- i. lii, -v :it t ,i i i '
Iiver l,: l, t (i']l( ,\".h r : iq ,' -
,, t,! i,,,)r \v ii !, < ,\% .


l"re'd S. Alln,
( it' In 1' I atI
cit 'l' Timt,'s lay


If tlit,
CI lii I
iii I


'-t \s


SAter delving into the testilo)nyv for
over five hours, the i,relimninary harinri
of Charles Warren, the cloril 111:111
charged with the murder of Anna (;( iigers
a teacher in the colored kindlrart,,n
was concluded Thursday ;ft.rniionm
about four o'el,,('k, :tX: \ I,! I it ,:tst
*'**- "'- Lboun(lovvr without hail t,, :i%:tit tilt
acti on of the griandl j'irv ,\t .\April.
Twenty two st:it.' \ itl:.-! \! I \-
anAined an d is : y g e)1.11 e lif t a:i l t' a
wete -brrght ecuit e oi \-t ii.,' I II
half of tile Sat \i:14i< t .,ro i.if ti ,l 1,I
Jus'ic't Titus, vi.il. Aft.il, ,v ('.kr\ I.
SI.andiCot f tile I )t l.>m :i ii t. I J I
dis & Fish. con nt,,i e tilt ,,,, ^ ^ ^ -
--Macauley in Nw York World. nation, assisted byv T. l: Iirt,::il. .f
i Fitzgerald & )ate"1 'I, w!,ar cor ft : ,
A NARROW ESCAPE Iduced t no testi.riri.
According to( tile hla iti 1 t I, i;!;,l a i -
OR S D M fendant is given a i.r lilirry arld i i a
,, prima facia ca-o, is made out Ir i., I,,i,uid
t tl t r its Itover to await thl': a.li ili tf tiit grra li
jury and should that bodiy l retirri an
Spirited Old (iray I)oes a Circus indictment the case is lttil t1, lthe(('ioruit
tCourt for trial, if it hI. ait ,it l p- ull-i
Stunt Not On The ishable by deat,, or to hi Crimial
Hills. Court, where (,,o e ,.\ists, if it I,:. tit .-
funse pulli. lal)le bly a It.-.-( 'r lLt. I,?
1'rit / T"laver, the Russ-Jap war cor- tiptan deitiha.
rt>l) %%right figured in a little swing around
r,,utline(l.
\vstterdav in front of the Journal office
tha:it af,,rl.(' dthrillsI fer everybod),ly who
hi:lppener d t It lI in that vicinity.
I rit/ ari ati fril'rl of 2L25avoirdlupois. CAVE RECEIVES


-II th..:1 ottire


sidle, \crc' ov()\-r driving
%% ichii proved to hlave


* .i,'I-t\ o(f 'ini 'r. 'l'li.v were acc(,rn
i:tiii'l I lt(l 1, ll)(1i oo w rtlh it anieics, tihrei
;i rtIilii)er, a .'i 00 hull and a ('couple )h' of
-i~! 24' ;taiiiiat'( huntclies of rags. Til'
:t.2t 'iilat ii ui-: aItellrt to depart for thir'
,iher sit', S,'it /.e', not he'aveli--and
.-! Mr. 'l'hal r, t)ho was la.t to get in
It,' lUg'v, \\as settlin down iIIn the
!.lrr('.w : arr It'ft f)r hir i ii l must (ac. i-
,i-'iut ly li'*vhave pilnit'lil a protruding
Stlal :riii e 'rilig, atanlyrat, at ay rat, ier-
it" banl, stalrtle'dt tli' liry, gray, whl4'hli
, I(t' : liiiti c, tlir\\eing Mr. Thayer dout
li itii aXX."'v, Ilit Tlhav(.r hill d on to tIre
':. 4- Ilk'. grimn diathi, and tihe horse
:ft<,r :r a iiir around a great (ircie',
,ii.zin Thliayver, c'ame' to a standstili.
It \%; .:ai i 'll ilititmi itr nl t'rve and dlnr-
Mrs. ilinii\\ril anid iher daughter-ini-
!;i,, Mrs. l.u.n I .llcrnwood, had jiust
ii'i,'ii up ity tit .houriinal offi'e, and
v., re h'etting ,ut Mrs. Ellenwood, Sr.,
'I to rt un btliilhinld a tree, anid ais the
,'% \,- itiiin the t ircle described iy
!, I. ( 1tr1 ,'-, -tlic id( a c(.1 ver turn or twto
I. i,111 !: tht )i ig, a live ikand Mrs. Elleti-
.\ ..... !..ir., ltiir, 2I' *t;I)
Slit' 1.,ilii \\ ill ble gladl ti learn tlhat
Aio, ii-A, cVame ni EDilUt a .-iE


AWAKENED


INTEREST.


( ', '. ;, i' i ,,' i ,,r( t ;- l),.ii I M A I: t-
*-t., i I t!. I ', i t\: l -,'i t icc', n it, i ,
!n.'i, -- ;;t il,' MN tin e li.st c li tIr.h I
Ily':t. :.'e'l-t H :krri- is a vl'ry e'ntlrri-j-
At 'Ii'. niiter-ti' t I;i aker aiel i- attrnact-
:_ 2: :l; itin'ie Ci .s '1 "ie' iii e'iiLbT'r.hip
-" h- : le ;t'V.-tk'el'e amid are' rallying
,. I .. ![ i t, ie' !,.Lh .. ;i dl ail arr t ex-
;... :, ,' ;L :i r;." ',( i il ," (,,it f t ,. ,,r ii


LARGE ORDER.


V A-t ( 'a vI I r i r t i, t ; *i ., ..
I igal fact' Iy ,In N t i I ., '
received N't-tier iay :i i ; ': :
I',rto I li ,' l'xp ,,I t <', ,.. -'-'.-'- ) I
cigars arid t i -t t rii' l i.' I ..'I ,
follow it in:) \ ithl i li -
thie near fuitur'. .Mr. (':I\ %
take 'c are of thire' or i : .i i! ., : :. i
irf(rleinr edl the' ('iii;i v ti, '. '1
n.o t h e in -h ljt t ,e *, i : I -
u n t il later iII tL <, ~-, :t L ',. + .'..:- '
late tart rt' a :.it -
trade


Noted Actor StiiLidL'l.


% I *, .
JUN I (iN, i ''e I K
ia'dlrat'e Sr-t tt i'' iI '
threatric'al ti(ei i a



bullfnt mwinij' ii e Ii'


TIhe l':lnmetto Club met again Thurs-
day. The afternoon was in charge of
thei- Literature Department. The chair-
man, Mrs. (Graham Thompson, presided
in ai vwry graceful and charming manner.
Thie platform was transformed into a
i,.ailtiful woods, in which the llunga-
r;',i (ivpslies. imported for the after-
i..... li:l:l pitched their tent.
TI. d,1 tQueen, something over a cen-
t:rv I,14.1 was still active in basket-mak-
in,. tvitiiing the cauldron and keeping
Lr children and grand children in order.
!-"i. Il.id had nimch to do with the des-
ti:i', of l:url'pe, as all the crowned
!,ti ;,i 1.;l at ,ne timi', or another con-
-uitel iher, hut at present had turned
t!;e f,,rtmi,.-tellin- over to, her beautiful
Il:tuiihtcr, Monica, who invited any of
tlic y( ';,,i:z ladies te, consult her. Only
(tI,( was v('rntir-somle enough, and be-
c.iwiit delighted with what the fates held
in :ti,rt' for hItr. The beautiful maidens,
'I ll (children.i and even the dog and
cats sevnmed well pleased with their
] iytt 'Ira <'allii).
Thei' rnuic" was in charge of Mrs. Hus-
t,,ii. "'h.l I*:tltit-tto (lub orchestraa
iti:i'i I it' tir-t lipearanc'e for th,' season,
:iii.l %%a'% warmly welconmed
Tik i' Iir-t ririiii'r on the program was
a i liii_:triari d dance--kires.rling.
Mi,. trainiran Thorll)son gave a few
I,'t if r t,' ~, ,ti the department'sa aunr-
*;,',I' \ra
L l).i\ t:i,, wiht a;iv a shrt )appr oin








t t t I < .i w %% a t -.
I\,, .i-- ilahv, :.,l .isne. t,. I. .arirnc
".'.,i i ,,'t ;i ,,f ; t"v .tr )-.llrirlgarie in lif,'


- : i,:i i t nir.1t0 in ( '- it ri s of hi \anilir s




\ ; .- l. +, i.v, ,i. ilf lilt f., atfk "l iccoun t of

,-.. I~ vi It I < t .; I t t a'ir l if r,- Hit
*' : ", i it d t


1 ,l ie .t -ir tl th i itrgr:tir ,
i, ,\ ', ei.tf n irlr t,, r- ( 'ali it-


'.1' I I.I t rae ld antd Mr, ('Irr-
r-Vr,- the hiarmiini, %wiunig

'I the' riqifbt it tifi.
17 :,1 'n iiroertazrt mlkeeing ttf tile"
* ,' r I, it.1 N l y ra' after rnr'*ijnr at
'Ie' ;afte'rnoerin close tI t itr It

- v:t -ri '--f t .11 ti10fli2'.;d (1F4

,,- aF I io Ini tire"wai of sfirlerist-,'
'Aal l 1, ileii-are kept gitessmtk4.


MOMME I in^"4T -. "'W U Is


~~i~O~
rr;p~-g~qz~
_yl ro; r


a


MANY HAVE


i~WIb so
~l~rrdumL a


GRAND JURY


-.sCeam ne upon
p road are far
|| yu rveah thle
i s a sudden and
lll sld aritistc
COtOMs some

-iv; of construe-
ld mtlidity and of

lb Florida eiti(s
re* MtlieUve charm


Ir 11L


dm


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some


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r


I R--RI


)


DAYTON


Srhool


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Le


Ladles' Furnishings.


sawCIAtIK in


LA MEs. EMBROIDERIES, RIBBONS, N


McCall's Patterns.


ANTHONY BLOCK.


iWi au sm SNWn

OTIONS, ETC. ab t h b

BARNES
THE NOVELTY:MAN
Telephone 102. T2 b ., 1 ,'.


Wm TO PO AYTONA
IN OLD ENGLISH BLUE

TIE HAL WRSE AT PIS,
Are The Latest Craze.
Ask to see them at Clark's
Jewelry Store.
(:EO. H. CLARK "sr*&


Valentines


on exhibition at the

CURIO STORE
Styles and prices to suit everJ


bo
ybody


WALLACE


mmmemememememumeminmuu -


.w WWWWWWWWWWWWWfl W WW .. -


PAiRA5
Tokio shapes, etc., dn Tiulrdir.
and Saturday, Jan. 28th, 29th aml

THE PECJI-HENDRClCM
COR. BEACH AND MAONOUA STS., DAY r


j-mms- ~ m~ r--------m- ------ ----- iuzm zI


$4.95
L


E WILL SELL

1ANAN AND SITS"


$G.0() AND 7T.00 SHOES


AT 94.093.


Beach
Street.


WIlY PAY MORE'-?


ANTHONY BROS.


.vit i~sfied
ntiesA you are.


------------------ --
-------------------------------------



N. ELLA DEVOY & COMPANY,

Ladies' Hatters,

No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,

i Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,

IH1IGH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.

I--- ----------- ------- --S---------------


--- --- --------


januuary


Clol


THE


BEACH STREET,
------- ------


(31 4I; UI


thing and Shoes
NOW ON AT


GLOBE

DAYTONA, FLA.


NEW SE
AN\) FI'NNSII

Evcrvthing
HIomelike
I)irectly on Atla
Surf Bat
'2 .2.; l']. l; 1


HORACE
I)A T(NA -MAC

SURF


SEABRLEZE, Jan. 2').-Mr. and Nlra..
J. C. E.llis, vkho arrived from Iflirarnn i
fcw days azo. hay.' taken part sat Mi-f
Ott's cottage- and will -,perid tlii' rvwPiIl-
d, r of tle aa- a'.ri itc.-
Mr. ('.;imbnis -fur: h, r :in na -isj
hI alle on tile l1alifat'. 1-v aa S r' 'lleall(oil
tile t'a&.t tell lcoll, i the. 1111' Tar pa-I,-af
Utat c w.ei ill lbe frt- ha l a.11111 "a pt: -- Tr so


and
Mir. \V( il \-f ..-'r~laa. IA1 ha'r, tu~rn
trip fr Aa ai :tal a i t !t r. pcli-uI:I
r Hd suc vdf I 1a *.,1 c, i n L r~ tlhra uti
i~t. i: ,illX 1, 1. ,a:1 klz i l mdai ] till

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TI. idi'', I'i thc a'-,a I 'i(iaIt,- th't:
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(l.ildletrt -And ]thf-Ir LT~u -(.-. andt I t I' iri-[ a I,,'t


J. P. Turner, of New Smyrna,
was a Daytona visitor Thursday.


+++Stove wood, McClellan
wards, phone 123.


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Ex-Sheriff J. R. Turner, of
Lind, was in the city 'Ihursday
ternoon for a short time.


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TIHE DATA DAILY NEWS
Publishabed every evening, except uit-
day, from Iewinbetr 1 to April 1., >.
THE OAZETTE-NEWH (',).
T. E. FITICILALD. Editor-Mnnigr'.
L. C. I)nNMAUR. (ity.v editor.
('8. HARRIH, (lrculatluon MNnitiI,-' r.
GOo. F. C ROCH. Supctrlinttili'nt.
Entred as aecondl-cla&rss simatt.r Ilt-
cember l. 1WV t thli- Ij-tofttil. ;.t
Daytona. Fit. unl(r I the .\ct of
March S, Lk7C9.



BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


tAITO,MBII.E FoR CHARTER-Four- K I I1
cylinder Stevens-Duryea, hour or _A _
trip, call Morgan House, phone 110"
R. P. Walters, proprietor of Wal- F. W. POPE
tprs' Pharmacy, of DeLand, was in A
the city Thursday, bringing over a Attorney and Counsellor at
party, including his brother, by au- LwPractle In Ste a d rulrtU.
tomobile to see Daytona. 1 OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE.
Telephone -I
'Saratoga Inn Garage, cars stored : B OSOMO l-O*l*-H-Olo*m@omo
hv day or week. Six-cylinder, seven- T. E. Fitzgerald E. v I".t-
passenger Welch and four-passenger FITZGERALD & OATES
Elmore for charter, hour or trip.
Rates reasonable. tf Attorneys and Counsellors at l.avt
Special Facilities for Exanminini at nl
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bennett and Perfecting Land Title.s.
son Clarence, with several friends, Office in Conrad Building. 'Thone 12"'
made an automobile trip to Orlando, 1 00690011 fO smGo
Sanford, Eustis and other points, O. A. KLOCK, M. I.,
leaving Daytona Monday and re-,. PHYSICIAN AND SURUiEON. 0
turning Wednesday. They report a i A..%.wintv.d wit-h K. M. Ferguon, M. ).
very pleasant trip throughout. Hptwn attention vl, ti, Dii--:t.- I
I yFitting of ;i;ia'.
"Julust received big stock of Dia- and < to Hou nrs: 7 t( 1 i. ,i,'i.. 1 i a i .,
meond Tires-all sizes and styles. m Huron: toX1.uom.1110onnroa mo.
Buy your tires here at New York'
prices, and get them pumped up E. L. STEWART
free. Davtona Auto Transit Co. tf, Physician and
Mr. and Mrs. F N. Conrad and Surgeon.
SE1lm ,fti l ld t ,tt-ltloll t daughter, Jean Frances, drove over Tih-t ht,,i N .. .
to DeLand Thursdav. Mr. Conrad Fourth Door West Postoffice
returned the same day but Mrs po,' ., ,,-.-, ..
Conrad and daughter remained to e**oe*************
visit with friends for a couple of
weeks. ROY HOWE, M. I).
Physician and Surgeon
_-_ ( ti ,', a0 linthi l '.1 :- ii. .: : a,, .. l;.I I ..
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!! Doings
'I at Daytona
:. I Beach + |

+IAYTONA BEACH, Jan. 29-The
.-Snl Solici Club fnet at the, home <,f
S Mr-.. A. Freeman Wednesday after-
,noon inr the largest attendance of the
i '(.a.con. An afternoon with Tennyson
wa \;s .errv iniuc \\Vilox reHad a ski'tch of the life, of the
unthor. Mrs. Ronald recited Lady
1 lcr de Vcre. Mrs. Bigelow read
"'I'l'l>c< if Art. Mrs. Reed read
| The ('haIC (If the Light Brigade. Mrs.
\\|attrs,1n rea"dtt .izpah. Dainty refresh-
:SDl tINNl- %\on',. ,r\ r.- d during the social
iur. Thie cxt meccting will be held at
I I> C ()'I"'.\(;.. L ithc ihni,! of Mrs A S. Bigelow. Halifax
.I a\tv;.-. Stuabrt..z,. Edgar Alien Ptoe
j will be the tudy of the afternoon.
oeClrnl, ,.t'y 1re.n. an and wife were dt,,wn
ndl ~Sif rrsion frtalc. ,rr,,d vi-itirng Ihis brother yes-
I tcrihy afternoon.
ntic lkach. \Mr. ;:n l Mrs. John IhDer and Mr. and
hing and F'ishing. MI'. s.am I,'Art.,r have taken Mr-.
SAl;n,< ,ia.,ttage, inP 1'-ninsula Irive.
AY ANit I at ,lat load of church members
I It aNr.d atml bn fllkI from the two towne at-
TEWART .r. ,! r,, ival -,.rvices at the M. E.
S('tA iir ii, I;)tytonrs,Jast night.
1, I, F L(IID\ | fMr. arid Mrs. Eddy, of Albany, N. Y.,
%rS ar,'-ang the rcc'ent ariivale. Tht-y
EhS\ t:tkin roonsii at the ('. C. Bishop
C R EST (ttar, ,'S'il)arpze avenue.


tIt f : t' $ aa t S a- a' aa
M I al 'l1.a ts F a
7t.. a


ulno w-rincess &7siona 1
iStm!brcc..? I /ort~e.

aaaa,1 itt-.:I tiaa'al 1sia a-s'. -.:1: t". -''
tat~ ~ ~ ~~~- ta. ia tI-Tj at
'aa'Tt. tai'a t~aa Ja I la S'. 'a a, ,


WHITE HOUSE COTTAGES,
;\ I% N F, k 11P- a k'1 1 F: \.
11111ta -I at la, lit. itla:a'a111,11 it'W1 ''at1 1 a-


cda' 1. I rI t a 'a t allat". Ill. IS aS
I t 1, at! d 11 thiC~rci nre::i rl di.rn l ~la n,- fron, \ tAlllt p m ~w (i I, ;m. ;,


M.rs. ( 'lIell and friend, of Ohio, after
,-p'riahing several days in town, left for
O )l:tndo anid otherr interior points.
I 1 Tci lales' Aid, whi'h held their
ra-ilia'r --s-irn yesterday afternoon at
thea ila,10, of Mr,. E C. Hibbard defini-
tt'i\ da ('.ilhd t, hold their Bazaar, Feb-
riutry I.tli.
Nli-s \Williants, Miss Thomas anid Mist
l-ri-\-totr, a pleasant party from their
\\ i,it, llOu-f, and Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
S \\K t mr;td< the trip to New Smnyrna
\ n t ari:tvy. anid hiad their dinner at


.\lba (lbault.
Mlrs. lFiald arid Mrs. Sanders, of Ciii-
;E"1g, are a 1i1sa guests at the Surf
l' Ia, Ss:,;i.leh Inn is entertaining the
f, lla>\i-g party frorn Niagara Falls: W.
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Formerly with Hess Bros., Ftlth Ave.
and 3,st Street. New York
I.AI)IES' TAILOR,
107 N. beach Street. New North Carnl.
DAYTONA. MLA.
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I:.ci. IALIL
,'\rchivtt't, ind Bl uiIthr.


()flic' 209 P'alrnmetto Avenue
1 )dytoflil. I Ih)rida.


FOR SALE.


NN'. C. OWES,


Local Agerit Wanted.
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FOR CHARTER, Pleasure Yacht
"LUCILE,"
F-,nI~ tr c. 1'\r, a? ~t j ;Ill, II fixit uIft.'r ci'ck.
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Automobile For Sale
Almost New Reo Runabout,
\%ith Folding Back
Seat.
II-I. ClKIk lot F PEOPLE ANIWtIFiRE.
i% I ikr CLASS CONMflTION.
N Ta. t sid it )er
'I I : r mrl,L'; midjiIall t tm p k
\\ e ill _4,)ld it very low figure.

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SA ic.ian ,d 'u c,,, 1.. ,'- ,litrt ,r mir' ,,
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Every child should have a
count. The child who re
early training in saving small
will acquire a habit that will 1
valuable in later years.

Responsibility of Starting a Child

rests on those who love the child bo
offer the opportunity. Children's
especially desired. Four per cent. I
compounded quarterly paid in our I
Department. Accounts may be ope"
one dollar up.


The Merchants B4


A. D. McBRIDE,


President. J. I1 CONRAD
F. N. CONRAID, Cashier.


THE BEE HII
| Dry Goods,
Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings, Sb@,-


CIVE US A CALL.


J. W. FUI.GHAM, NortL Bl


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ALL GRADES AND
STYLES,


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Furniture.


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ICE


.Aso!utdly Pure-
.Maade from listilEd
NWater.


Our \\a.o,,ni make Trips Daily, n
VP--SunJay. to all parts of
DAYTONA, SEABREEZE. (k.MOl)D and I).DATONA E
Ice for Boats Delivered at any I;,k Sa:-cd or Lw
OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant.
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"OUR STORE"
'tI SI'OT CASUI (iROCERY
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tH. S. MIl1A!RA. Proprietor.
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I'a 'a Il' I a 1~.-.?,1
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DR. F. H HOUiiTON

DENTIST lit PI'EUfSl,
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H. EUGENE


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Bicycle Livei
Bicycle Supplies and
Come azhd See.


jDR. EDITH B. SHoi:'i


6o T"I)E AVI' E. 1
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ii To the Trade Who like Good
S\%'F\ ARE SOL v: ,ii %1 I OR) Th
: famous Royal Scarlet antd C.'rtis Bros. Qoolk'
,. And I.ike P. 1. lirn%.rn "'%' N' er
s. Advertise I nk'L-. \' V ",L I\'.


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Sli cksmith and Carriag. No. $ 8Beach Strct. l)a ',t.nF. F:
Sksop in Connection.
CGE 0. A. FOVE. PwopwItor Automobiles and !fl iiivw En,



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Probgc Altering and !p2aIr ;
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Work called for and delivered. E
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AUTOMOBILE


GARAOE


S. B. GREEN


Proprietor


VCMLES I3BM
ZBy b Dort, Dy, Wak r Moatnh.

Columbia Racycle,
Iver Johnson and
j National Wheels
I 222 South Beach Street 3
Oposite Yacht Club


Ml CAVE
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DAYTOMA, FIA.

AVAN ANI Nrei ImA




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


BOATS FOR SALE or
CHARTER
A good plaw to harv yoa yadt
dleand, poitnd, el&

Located north of Central Bd1


F. A. ROOT


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l DX1 E>*'"< .1.1... ..--.<
XVKrouw NTh&E4NMIAN-ivER. FLA. The Modern
m Uelyfurnished River-view Rooms. Running Hot and
Cold Water. White Service Seven W(
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hUides. Mal1 and Powor Ronts. .
Try Tit 1 T 1 X I' V.Ii i wwr % s you rAght.IV


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Ir ti tt Mot Beautiful Spot on
S JOHN J. McOLIRE, Propi
IjVtllC INSPECTION IOHN.ns Sin
SNo better in Flori~la. Table of
. Termn as reasonable ai- the servli(

'-.La s GARAC.F in connection uith
frweek. Special arrangements will

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G-f-EM & GALE, Pn-ruprtars.


INNI
the Halifax River.
rietor. I
gle or En Suite with
the best of everything
*e will permit, given on

the hotel. Storage by ;
I be made with guests i

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Nih **i s lt$ HOTEL PALM BEACH
S ti"m Tvwe. 1 ^ girroiindod Ivby warm waters of the Gulf 4
h I I *,. DAV. St ra irl. V rotects gutests from ALL Cold I
S.m, 2U& W,-K. 4 W !| h.r It.. homllk Infornrmallty and O
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Is Here--Dr. .V. Bell.


Dnders
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out the colors and outlines of the big
picture.
Man did all this in the laying out of
the streets with their wide margins of
parkage. The entire city becomes a
great park, with driveways intersecting,


Dayto's Incomprabe Ocean Beach. miles upon miles of driveways so good
One of Daytona r crowning glories is as to attract motorists from all over the
her incomparable beach. No one who continent.
ever set foot Upon its smooth, packed And As for pavements, pavements
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi- that look and act like granite,-where
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever else between the eastern and western
drove a prancing pair of horses and list- seas are so many miles in proportion to
ened to the popping of their steel shoes ,inhabitants? The pavement question
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one stands with the streets one of the chief
who ever steered a high-power automo- drawing cards. Till some unheard-of
bile down the broad stretch of wave- place reports more and better, Daytona
washed and surf-packed sand but real- throws down the gauntlet to the world.
ized that it is a world-beter, a world- Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Fruits.


wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.


The Placid. Pellucid Haliax River.
I Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
0 randa's looking out upon her bosom,
o gamey food fishes in countless numbers
Sbeckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel: her bosom tfecked 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 pt lican po-'-h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk -t ..g-
gling upward with his floundering load
lie snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an liquid
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from 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 Enchantlngly Picturesque Ridgewood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon thli crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the c(row tlies,
and thv wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunked live--oaks extend their
giant arms across tl:is imignifice'nt vista,
forming an arch, and from these .x tend-
(d arms great f.steoons of Spanish loss
cway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan themni. Loking: straight ahead down


YOUR CRUTCHES.


tk. Womdorful Healer and His Renownod Florida
Herbal Remr'dies.


mandkv, worker, w Io i-. 1,c
Muartetrsant thf- Ia:arl I.,
w"h~City, SlldcuigL2.
lb& of d -ens.f t-:SI I': I( .If
be heir t- I,% thi I
L"Hlerb Treat rl-.rt 1
OlD=' Drug -tore. % -

bi thesti a Ile 1. nfl l
fi a, fref- of ( i,:1t K,
Obogivetagrai iiiin. .
evy afternoon Frin d I
Is Ave., near IIarinknn I : 'D!

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F HOTEL PERKINS
WOpened Jun..1. Iw-

[PORTLAND, OREi(j0
A 4 Thbe ltoa' ('It%
eft La~smw at Modefrue Iatc-
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S:., .'i i,- f',( treatment and a
', : .. i, s c.f iia famous rem -
.:' ;> ;'i;:i thol sa'-i lds of all
: ,.: :.; .,: 2. ,id as'.-s' of thie hiu
.:. ... T"! t l,, tiT r it m making thie
S :r. tl, l:;ti WnIk. anmd peiformi,
T. i ;, :.- t that are provirlg 11hiim
,1 if i:. :!.i.-t wotnd(erful men
t .- \ :. \\ iit Lin ,ur ti ld: It. If
,, ,.', k. ,i< :f ir l~~mie, o(r brk nii
; ;ltii, it w ill pyv you tto
,. ,' i- ,' : l1r ,^ >t,,re- and see thl
'.,. I : 1 ..., furt ti tinf ,r I ati tn a It
*, 1. -i a,,rn. I)isco( nee. :, all of
: f : .s..i t hi:nkink s' l rug
1t : i fur t r intitie)t 'I r. lBell
,., II 0:i;) i ~' l rrug St, r .


,sI() .000)(
i I~ anl I~ ,A I uePnning V ater and 1,ong
l~ie ', .I'h n r" II C :1 T h
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Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve callous one
may be to many things, the mere men-
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and
fruits" will send a thrill that is reflected
in distended pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "goo
ber" there is a bunny ready to come out
and accept your gift. lie will sit bolt
upright and gnaw into the meat. castinm
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers! Usually fresh and bloomiing
the year 'round. You are reminded l
Goldsmith's couplet where
Smiling spring its earliest visit i:,iid
And smiimner's lingering ilu.ossniiis are
delayed.


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NEWS OF THE HOTELS I

IIf MR. k
Schmidt's Hotel. don Bat|
John R. Moore, Baltimore; E. B. Mor- 0
gan. Atlanta, and W. H. Smith, of St. N
Louis, arrived at Schmidt's Hob I yes-
terday. .
terday. Given at
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villi.
A troupe from the Actors' Child
I.ct-agc, of New York, gave a veiy mer-


In one yard roses of variagate.d huec- ritoriius performance at Th Despland
predominate, another hiouc-hol live last evening, pleasing tlhe guests, and
a penchant for the pointcttia :Lind making a nice collection. The children
the premises are aflame; :mniothcr i Iiidl- will he at The Hidgewood this evening.
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety is
the spice of life and here' is whir. v.oi


find it.
The birds flit in, and with their jovyii.-
notes help to give fullnesp Nand syvinHn'-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, la'y-
tona yields the palm to none, for l ii:ilitv
and quantity per acre. Tlni're are s'oirs
iof citrus groves in proxiiinity to the city.
branches bending to the earth within th ir
burdens of luscious g,,ldon gloI)cs, which
for beauty, prolilficacy and all d<-.irable,
qlualities would truly ast(cniih.


The Fastest Autos And The Iiu st Out.
Tlhe seventh world wmiidr, t1, ti,
!ask'. ('onie, mhethrllt frtci Mi-.st,,fri .r :
fromn Maine' from Ialaia/tzto or frii.
Timbuktoo and You will lie "-i,,,'i


this.- hite shel-l street one has te 'irn-U i Hre is l,.i.er world's ret'cords fI-r I',
pression of a fairy path with elfi:hi dra- i art roken withi evcr' re-uriin
peries. but as you move along and cast Autos the biggest, tlie' fasttc- :t dl t i,
an eye fir-t to the right arid thli.t ton the- i.- r ily paade ;in0t ti. 1,
Ieft you see distinguished cottage Ir inh Ittre oi frde as rade mre d t,>it-;i,
.4w"'~ is as fre-e as tihe Ituntr i ts


The Ridgewood.
A number of guests arrived at The
Ridtgewood yesterday, among them be-
iug:i W. Budy. St. Augustine; If. I.
l'reston, Jacksonville; 11. F. Fluhart,
Pari., Franc-; L. R. Boston, W. Hlard-
ing. Boston;: Mis I. J. Brigan. Washing-
ton, I). ('.
A niiiii)r of young people stopping
at The i idgewoeod have formed u i,'t, arnd last evecniing entertained the
itiner guests witli a few selections.
li 4(s inl tli,.' luartct are Dr. Silleck, ot
\,-w Y'Irk; R \. t'arpenter aud R. F
I ilner. f .Syrac.use, and E Marre-nier.
1 ('aica 4<. 1iss Murdok, of ('inicinii-
* iresoi, ii at I e p)1ian1,.
.\ Iathinn party conmpos.-Cd(i of l' Mar-
: ttir. C'ii'ti ); D)r. :Sill-ck, New York
W \V ('t.i|',nttcr and 1R. F. Ilelimer.
': e is.t Miar,.s MiiNurdltick, ('inc'innati
lid Miss Aftanis, nmadh the j,ourniev to


in the most (dlightful settings. water finI k i tetlouin-:tl d f!i,, i;g \w Il. H- :, ,et:I h \v .terdtl:v y I:nieni g. A very
See the glistening Ii-af l f the grand It is i .
Mtiagnolia which nature has viarmni-ihed as ,
,shifltinz scene'. .\ [,.trtv "1f t\e('ntV \\ill mlake the' trip
ino artist's brush ever oulld; and tliill aketi il
, abbtge palms with the-ir Iurdens of LN-vrything g<.e., fr., n : 2-, i,, : Ne. >it\ rn toa'y oi the steamier
'-,owy fruit and swaying ilm-; see the U t0 a 200-, l ,, rk. lm t another pIctrty
-,vely holly with its e- xv uiite I t-rry; seetf speed fr m a t a t ci-t I -:I intl will hae a narihiielltm
ih c(linlbing vine-s runl. in rio(t in the n iin tc "lip. tou will i,r,.:!,v ctt 1 -t ,, 1ii tl't m
trees; t'cthlt' (cryptogam ns ftrms which tlhe spirit and wlhen'n -,,t .i iltIe ..:1i-
gain a foot hold olt tihe gre-at oaks and and tite ib ach are vtm '1 i;' l' I. ,l.
thie stately palms, and surely Vyou will sui nhinei is free, t.e ,s:i ii': ,,iv Il :tl
joint in the chorus anti >a: tIhat this i- a it 'rcz(-s ari- free,, tl- ir1- l I :nnn, s sjrnj
world wotrnd.r for l)eauty'. :od theew,.rs are. ft I., tht' -,:arloi ,, i ii U ^
"r fountain w t r i. fr.ee ;itn l 'vou % ill li. I ,
Aurpassinir nRaut% tt Our Cottage Homes. 1 r fe l l I 'r I
.-to g0 diwtn inn yo'ur wallett onkly fer t(i'l
No one of I)aytona's attractions, per- for tithe aut,> ann t bed a d Itboard. "
hlaps commands mtncre nearly universal "l'iis is no fnncifui pitur., ii' .
.tttcntion and praise than doe's tie' artis- here'. It is dia.l img ,i tiir l;..,ti-.i- ..."
;ic cottage The own. rs of these charm- and I,,ing them ,iltrall,., it xt
'ng villas haiil from(in every corner of the .-a1rm an, hold vou. r'oin :tt,i ,. lli'tt i a u(cah i r orange blls
country and they bring their onr arehi- _- )mnis it) n1t1iiN ,lt-e-s in ani about
evctural plans and Iduild lpton thlem and .
..b thi, architecture of ine sectionl of tilt' ttlt 1111t1 1111t1t l
.ountrv diflners fr im the arc.hiiteiture' of i1 .\l ,t h. ] as,
anotiherso do ur honis tditer in oUt -'it o1'c Ad-
ward appeara, atd rii truck turali be.-aty it I / 1
frotn i ne anter. Te i are n oninioto I '
nous rows of -trikingily simijilar Iildiigs oNak .I I 1,:' Pnl1 N. '. .
but the ey'e'. ai it sweeps lt\', i treated t a Kodak Shop l. 0 '." n ... .
.0 t-l a,' l. lc ta l l this v'tllfflli it
to kaleidoscopic change which k-eps W ai' .t ... trl Ai hi
0 W e a tit e t it P it rti .I ltl," I, :' A" i' t |-
the mind wondering '\lhat i xt. '
IS 0 are' we Art l).:nh.4- s lit If) ,:t- 0
It is not only the e, exterior of many ,. ,
these home's that rivets attention; ith- i ERS need- s has \\(o n llt i 1 = ii k -,, c ii I", .r :;di t iat tli e aitl-aHti.
in they are models of cn',.tnin'e', and (.nviai ile r-putati,,n ot i,,in '.U ; ( '.i a; l (',ii t r'a; (i;ra t'
th'fte inih arnd furni,-liiing give e\ idence 0 0
of the elegance antd (-u Itvati niisf tin' sse0 [|RSI 1| [NSB[RS
who ,vcirked it all tut Ind..ed it i tnie !,; 1 r! il l i ,iii I'V L. ict s, 'Sp,'ciallv
interior arrange'int- t and tite' artistic,, Anyone di siring t '. s \ I lx a .l;,' t. n ,,f the ,ie-
furnishing and sinading, mit re t hiIn the -" r : ia'tt"t'1 ,. J I,,il,. ,.f t, P 4 fal. Lo.tcallyv In,
ext'i ior appearatn ,e tiat gi\e si urp:.-s- ders f- r I )eve lopiL- r .;i, i:11v 1.,-1:i ,f
ing charm to I)avt-tn:i I: m..' Tiui- f ea- 0 w ill tnt it i .1 .. \l'.S l ,t .,, ii., t 0.t i aI \.in
..0 I I ,, ,,,tt and -h t r t, i1114l
ture' justly n e ri st- i.. > :', :,. -" '. aL A E' ,:: .- .* A iV n ,, ,,.i-f,.'e',l t ill.
in ,.r four. that niakes tli 1 I.- Foii.ik V\ :i a U
Streets and a'lcmemnt, the Net and .[est. Al Nty tirnil 12-;( n
All work ni ii ... t 1_ i ;'i., ," .- te v .i is-l )urve'a, i iti'r ,r
W y the Aryl t--t ,f tiA Il ti '-p S hours if necess-ary. i ,t il l ,r i I ,toise,. 1iit, I 'll.
chose to gi .e to' I)ayt .i -' !. I" ', ,t ad- 3 0,I
Tidrallc, tine most pit.r ri ::tral U I c l.s iI t I t r-
setting of all tIn cit i 1. t.:, S.utin is. M LLOL I I iiiltli. as tle seas,,
ett--, II r o O ,, 1. i .steslS i


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HE CLARENDON
FRED MAUfIS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y.,
arrived with his corps of assistants and opened The Claren-
h Department to the public.


Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths,
Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths,
Steam Massage,


all hours by the very highest grade of Professional Opera-
he only place south of Washington, D. C., where these baths
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The Prince George. A may De obtained.
Among the arrivals at The Prince UII@EEIUI@IUI*IOIUI.I..IOI. OI.I.I..I...........
George hotel yesterday were: Percy 11*eo *611110111161110111*.*.*.---U.. --.-.. .I n
Yurnival, Yonkers, N. V ; E. V. Patter- 0
son and wife, and (;eorge M. Height and HOTEL DESPLAND
wife Spring I.ake, N J.; Mrs. ,Doelin,

-- Daytona, Florida
The Despland. Now Open for Season g908-9.
Ainong the arrivals at The Despland L. M WAITE wnr and Manager.
yesterday were: It. B Grave, Atlanta; L.M. WAITE, wner an manager.
Mr and Mrs. F. l)elbignore, and James. 0 rt l 1
ir ar Mnr Fl. augnore, and James; 6 Greatly Enlarged since last season. ('rCisine and Service Excellent.
Aratta and daughter, Cincinnati; Miss
Corpe, Covington, Ky.; P. Barry, Pa- Broad Piazzas on all Sihies. Iooin, l'iisuite. Steam Heat.
latki; l. J. McCooey, Lincoln, N. H.; J .lvery M,,,Il, (',iJeni,,nL'l. ,SnH for Booklet.
J. Stunners(,i, Chicago; Mrs. J. (. Mall- 0
cady. 'Philadelphia; Mrs. H. Fischer. 0 Muiuni-r .\
  • S:avannali, and E. 0. Parnta, Jackson- *EOlOlOI OIOIOIOIOIOOIOIOOIO@imOlEOIOIOIIOIO-UO$-in--


    4 lronrtirng n1 thle Eleitric Ligbt and&
    Halifax ltcr. Modern Inmprovements 1
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    4Schmidt's Hotel:
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    4 H"NRY SCwMIDr a SON, Proprietors,
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    4KDAY lONA, FLORIl)A.

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    RIDGEWOOD


    E). I). LANG(i\'WOiK 'Y, Proprietor,


    liii lifll~' l~n! i CI 'I:e' .04 .\vt'ile~, tile igh
    tit: f 1,l1 Y mi: .i v Ib \ tlnrriA he I. d all is rnih'lrn ill
    a ld I I; it .t frIIIi: :1.t I I ;LII 'fI i~j ia i
    the ii -.'t: L? V. A?4ld'Lo( C, a e a f atutire .if
    NOWIOPE
    L.~ NOWV OPEN


    Prince


    (ieorge


    HlilIard & &lolro' t, iProprietors,


    - 1IA )RI I )A.


    NOW O P N


    Steam Hle t irA Every Room


    1 eee~~~*s*~equ


    *O*0c4*0~OSOS@S@S*0*SZSO~I3


    THE BEqNNETT

    Moder id n irn t d I lr.. 'ien stuite ith Pri- ate Baths.
    I IoEtire V White Su-r% icL. Northern Cilkin4.
    11. i. & I. LANE, Proprietors.
    0 ..oou e9_0 e*_0


    THE STILLMAN
    l)ATO.\ IA-m)Rl)1.). lP. STl 'IMAN,'roprietor.*
    I fi: z I lit- MOO~% i H it 1i ", i.. i.,"I I t4.rc'.anti l"o,'oti'.I

    *Ternms S2.(W) and up\Na:rd. We'eckly Pate -on i1'pli~itilon.
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    ormekarnle JksmquisB N R I-FAJackaovyille, FUL.


    JACKSONMI J ,FL


    I joUtly called the largest and nrct reliabe Lim

    Sole Distributors for Anbcuser-Bumb Co
    i.* .04M


    Special attention is railed


    Price I.ktio


    to the MAIL ORDER B

    will 1e cheerfully mailed


    Received


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    We give votr in the Bush-Safford Piano Contest.


    M. B. AULTMAN
    BEACH STREET. PHONE 2.


    GOOD FOR
    IN TIIF


    These votes cast for


    Each l .1ie the Daily News will publish h ont. 'f lits, mp, c oins
    It must be vote within 7 days. January 29, 1 909!.


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    DELAND AS SEEN BY STRANGERS.


    ai- not yoIur car m~ ill catch a -tiat ch i J
    6rtagtimj.-at lk14.Jarid clas.ic matraira,.
    h rf-IIP r tI: tit I'):a' I TA L Cl(11) hl0 lt. S 1e the
    S*I-j lt''(U itt *a V. Pit ill 'al.t nre thei Dewar
    tr..liliv: it, 1), I.aa.i-tL. V "f'\CtC'rat-
    l ar.ai ':nIo ~.''mght -.i*I Jf-.L3l.
    (df 306 I4. wjt 1 Im 'ci'' III. n),4IA'. DII
    thI in to!A k?'T.:diWJi "P, AI c, IW.I
    air ''' 1% D'r 1':t, fr at f'rl a1w, Mr
    d, uir NstIf"'thUK UWr"A 0 M iiA St LaQ-0
    d n, %t. i IA mtIai tato III:. and :.Iirr'tql
    I tic. pra-fottude-t (Itpth:..of nmy 1l(if'4in t
    I- %ith l Iaa? hT u.f11iiilac it
    .I'~i'a i- rrnl;)t?- %itih. ''Dr. W ld.,
    1-)rfaI I i p a hilip''1 A1 .it 'itII fi

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    A 11le '-ti.I : I t 'd t'' ~

    Salum "fia l"111- a a: I
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    -of* t~z~za. .:. ''i .. h


    Entertainment for
    Young and Old.....


    Crystal Theatre.
    (iKWT US THRRVI
    TO-NIGHAT.
    VAUDEVILLE.


    Moris Maddocks
    High Class Vaudeville Comedy
    Entertainers,
    ALL THIS WEEK.
    4EXT WEEK-
    MILl. & EDMUNDS,
    IN Sparkling Comedy Sketches

    NEW PICTURES:
    The Serenade,
    All For a Necklace,
    Poor But Honest.
    Coin; lete change of program
    every night.
    H.-gulatr Mimtliee saturday at :, p. in.
    Admission I06. Mht It 15c.
    IkOOHA OPKN AT 7.tX) P. M.


    B



    LAD

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    OWLING


    ALLEY.


    I ijatairmost Ii~uliar


    IES AND GENTLEMEN.


    REACH STREET.


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    I LOCAL ITEMS.

    .\Att rney Mary Stewart, of De-:;


    I


    .;,nid,. came .ver Thursday. i
    The ""avanna Auto races, ihe great
    f, atire film at the ( rystal Ttifatre
    atIrlay. n atinee and night. i
    .A nliaIer of invitations have
    itlw i re. ea\el aIon this side for a
    ,Ilii ,Ir to be given ttoniglt at tlie
    i' m try ('lul .
    'i eD I)avyto)a Band was )resent by
    iitit tin irat the anniversary cele-
    !, r;tin at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
    \\ilV r C':1r.t r1 I), I ,ISe ,o d avenue,
    \\ ii.- i gi i a.l, and during the
    \ 1'1ii,:) t"inv aILdded to the en-
    I taiiixieait by rendering some fine
    a* cti' 'lIs


    Wilmans


    Opera House

    SEABREEZE


    COMING

    The Yankee I


    GDrummer,
    Drummer,


    February ioth


    LYMAN TWINS
    High Class Comedy Company
    of Twenty Specialists.


    INDIAN RIVER ORANGES ,:,
    ('oift.,h Grape Fruit and
    none I.-tt*.r Tangerines.......
    --clfn and ,hr ,ht- n,,o s.. ... 4.1, .,,
    BOX TRADEl
    SOLICITED "',;',:'"." "..:.',, :-
    GEORGE H. MUNRO()
    GROWER AND SHIPPER
    126 S. RIDGEWOOD AVE.--a)tona, Vla.


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


    'GATOR MOVING


    PICTURE SHOW..


    TO=NIGHIT!


    Complete Change of Programme
    livery Night.

    Attractive Pictures Well Worth
    Seeing.
    The Leperchan,
    The Folk Lore Fairy of Ireland.


    Iiatinee at 3 p. ni.

    LOIS & LOVE,


    lIn their 1Vnsurpass-:d Acrobatic.
    Tt)4 DIancing.


    .\diission 15 cents.
    I u o pen a~t 7tt :00 1) in.


    BILLIARDS AND POOL.
    FR S, [\ t I E i & T BAC..
    . l i' ,',,'; h1" '[, l i \ .*! l <-,' I lia n l
    FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO

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    It~~~~~ I st i ial o~f crF.
    a.tit d fr.II t t


    'f I: he2 t 4 th il. a


    t~!1.I i)UI)klvn, camne
    * '~I '' ~ L ridge last night
    * ,* k It'll a ,tlirag of ti De
    tLrit-'-p4 unds t ach.
    Ii'aw III ii laautozilsandha
    w~\~ith fljtr ut.


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    i For Sal
    P iRent
    REAL ESTATE ,t RIb
    BARGAINS FIVE-IN
    Large I

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    i istTa-r or ww LAS022a
    r'taloFa.4 dditionm to -
    R'y 1:- IW.XXl Av~nse. A If
    hI'!4liIWe. For' price., a"


    J UKRUMo BEAUTIFUL WiTEiS
    iml4ta 11 1101111.- In luna
    'other g o| tee I.ly o n01 tat lie-14- :M i ;-In I
    h nel on mr, h.,.% to.r 4a.I l- 1', r .to .n .r ,. ,.it. .-,*I. ,nt t .tI.- ar: |-.-P
    I Cottage Lots an prh--< 1j'it 11;6%1 "O - county the Imsll iltint II.sC-rlll w*n lit.l ih orunl Is
    I ..- ..,wii-i court: ltnatt in
    I "ri n T HnTgTA C 1
  • T WOU LUl bEO pletely; situatd at ,itr-..: Willonatl'. f
    itbecornerof Oraangand PalmttoSvenu,- M,... --oneofte mostlr < desirable cornersln I>Sy- !win Florida ?,
    tona: onecotlage 7rro0ox lthothher ;: batih *
    and all other convenlente'o. Price. ';.1im for A Ti i --
    both aodasnapat that. It ypu are In!-r- _TIfI
    eut#d and dpire to look at th. property. ClP | -- -lA
    call on oraddress.C. M. Baighawm. i'r.v: r _. .
    Bingham A Thompson. AgeW' 40


    Ormond or Ormond B.
    EITHER IS A DELIGHTFUL PLACE IN
    WHICH TO OWN OR RENT A IIOME.
    j ^-t m, -hn~w y,,u l.) o-f 'hr" phi,. '- I o'utv.- :a:v I l;i,. t Hl ltafy a i
    LetIn. 110'.~o

    MACON THORNTON'
    REAL ESTATE

    LORMOND and ORMOND BAO3d
    a a..aa^^** *mee**e***^ eo*e0*0*00-000-


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    Winter Homes.


    NORMAN


    Real Estate.


    Truck Lands.


    DAYTON,


    Lumber.


    WYWYWY YWW,@sees$4 G -99 40 11



    gARare I tivesiment

    MUST BE SOLD VF ONCE:
    I1 r.I m' fn.4.. f tirnhgd.
    It .~ i-r to the

    !PAIM In rl IEI Irra' rT r D~uAUMI M


    jli.aiae iuaathell .,. V*. '.' aiej%.Ilt of 1 Jr. Frye, the celebrat- ~UI UI IMu 1 *111 E KI3IA I't
    ste --lg t p'a-fi
    i)Iti'~LtI itis vera'aanv
    Cruel Spring. j froc-k aua.i [)r-c,;t-41 ,%- 'yDa tn )i.etP' t r .5'' '' .-
    I i I tiA ho14-lr'.aaandil ort-s of patients are tak-
    br-.. ut tit Ivi-i~Aiz t it %evretl rouud Got H s W sh-. ~ i~~ts.ta1 l~opruiyt 2 J iN '
    1'.):,, sa prp d l t f I.'aa4: v '.: 'it' .I:~- n el fit kted bvan i'A' a V~' t f
    ~a .ut. Wi'' *~* flj* II t~1 \[.. ~ L~ t-a.1 )r. F rye c rries S]" ial ~S 4'',
    *1'dever 3ttu Lum be.-i,:I h lt. i-P' ,I
    uq ieta g'r~i' i'ay x !ksr,!;1 1, :a K t -" -h. a! :i 1 .- ; .; I:*(II, W itI'".'a': -- necesAsaryWoptical a' a
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