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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 30, 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: VID00299
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4 3y Zveming Uquty DrinDuuulr, o ICm amd y n4 d t a Pkrat2 W WIS torut Ra ndirid A
snowed as Oam mau bell" 16 uIkml lb, "lgrfm4 F1a, Ea te n As OW A Neo Rh Sf


DAYTONA. FLORIDA. SATURDAY. JANUARY 30. 1909


15 Cant, pr Wee


S.iOVE NEVLLE H, CLARK{ Right Goods at WETTE" SUPIE Sl'
S.CTEC BULER d ti J OPTHOMETRIST Right Prices, i Call ad w e and b.
CONTRACTOR. I I tPaper tagging I hI tUs. tTrewt cr they rbeL
RoiMdmesamd Oil0ce: Northet [5U t eCOu a22 Let U B. ear JeweIer. Dw a g W I
orer Ridgewood and Volurta 2 3 3 1 9/-q 3 d2Ann
STepo 4 221MAGNOLIAAVEE Eyes Teted-Frames Ftted L. ROWE & CO. GRUBER-0MIS 11. C.
M08 08 -_. ........ umememe me


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dI the word-rc- The count as it stood Friday evening
sd gi machines revealed nothing startling beyond
S^mad and track, an immense vote for the Eastern
M oe which are Star. over 90,000. Maybe the Eaut-
wo t in March. ern Star is ihe dark horse after all, and
a- he -ighest Pe j that O(rder may be be looked upon as
omateoat The the rival of the Daytona High School
-4 te Bes racing instead of the Hlalifax Rifles, although
4*I ms" W. J. Mor- the boys in blue are still making nearly
f .fr of the rawe as large votes as the High School.
I li aI and are cer ()Outside of Daytona the Kingston
&^- school niaiiitaiiis its hold upon second
place and made a small gain, something
be qintion as to over a thousand, on the Wilmans
I -le gaemotetiL, and Opera House. There is nothing else of
i-B, er temper %pec-ial interest, except that the vote
a--od mate in swell- was iare for a single day's count. This
s'lws( that the people are taking more
I boom which will interest in the contest day by day.
ibtL pnewt and future, To the candidates that are failing be-
alag. ,hind. Don't give up. With today's
Di Iytua's citizens count, the contest is just half over
B i te Committee of No one has a piano cinched yet by any'
I-l, Automobile As mean and any day some surprise m&a
i d ~enin- tler the field Who knows, perhaps
i.a aow pleied F. the O()rmond sct'ol will make a spurt
ilt s b lbet- repr, mnd capture tihe trophy. Stranger
&Ofa the r things than that have happened. Then
,"*y-to.. th ra mcl if v,-u do not get the piano, bv hard
tm o letu it New! work ou stind a mighty good chance of
of entrei wr
tZ 'tby H Jt Day j getting a due bill that will allow you to i
mumdwsd h yt4el' 1ip. get a piano cheap. Keep on working,
S byegrp there is plenty of time yet.


THE HATCHET'S BURIED.


TeX Of A Succession Of Armistice With St. Augustine


we Which Seriously


Cripll The State.
Illy News is indebted to (;(,.
w1. whio is w itering in ic An-
Iw L Aogeles Examiner, of
b wich gives a few sna! -
4mb-~ ,eenes afte-r the r-':t;it'-t
tL llt of Clalifornia hat ms i't-
et mya year. The plilunr
sldig( in water tea;rl;
Oe stalwart citizrn i- rnr
4kig woman acros- th
S ie whole thing h, ,si ilk
N yeM imagine ro,.- (if
up and don,, :;(ti


Record Is Effective; General


Amnesty Declared.


',, th ts,' Daily News readers who have
hfen -tanding aghast in contemplation
4-f c.mr:.age Ilecauseof hostilities between
t,. %t. Auriu'tine Record and the Daily
N.\' \s te s tat('ement herewith that a flag
1.I trmne hais been raised, a cessation of
i l,,i- ii ,s order d. w Ill come as welcome
lm .- :tn\ l tlliyv will resume the even
t, ,) o'! wl t ir \v' eral ways.
11 i,( (n11minous sky has cleared and the
i, l:icr.rcnt!ts of .vst( rdiay are today a-
p>,,:<' ful :is :t bunch ,of aItiis in Iblue-
O:,:- o H a May i moriring.


A WATCHED POT THAT MAY BOIL


IUST


Lf. OVER.


DAYTONA


WINS AT


DELAND.


The Ball Teams Evenly Matched,


Play Intensely Interesting
Game.


EXCITEMENT


PREVAILED


IN KINGSTON


A Negro Arrested By Officer Tink-


ham and Lodged In The
Daytona Jail.


DAYTONA HAS A GOOD LIE-iP.I HEARING BEFORE JUSTICE TITUS.


-Brinkerhoff in Cleveland Leader.


WIRES DOWN;


STORM RAGING
It IR RI

In addition to the alairiiin-, weather
forecast found in the top right hand cor-
ner of Daily Ne'-s, where a freezing temi-
perature is predicted the chitf weather
forecaster, Moore, sent outtit 100):(H) a
mn., the following from the \Washtington
office: Continue the nt,)rthlvst storm
warning for Tamnpl anti Ja(ck.(l\ille.
High northwest Ainds today and to-
nlight.
Wirme are (io\d n in iiii; y sectnisis
which crippl)led aand di l.y,.l tIth, I>:ily
News telegraph servic...
(;rove owners and truckers arc on tl t,
anxious seat tonight as the \w father tde-
partment does not say ju-t li,, Ii.,w til.t


mercury

DAYTONI


SPAIN NOW


IN THE


QUAKE GRASP,


Center of Disturbance Has Moved


Over To The land Of


The Dons.


WIRES DOWN; REPORTS'COMftICJ

NA11 11) I-Sp I n -l.i


COLD, COLDER


OR COLDEST?


A message just received by E
T. Conrad from J. E. Ingraham,
3rd Vice-President of the F. E. C
Ry. is as follows:

"Heavy cold wave with freezing
temperature as far south as the
26th parallel. Make public."


ti t liii -
d' rIn i, I''sr tsa thn t n s


may droit. i,'\\s fin lit i iik< s ttlili, ; ti 1 :t'' s t; i;t
tii.\\\ r..--sL 'i fit-i i l. l i :

A DAILY NEWS i : ':' "' l THE STEAMER CONSTITUTION
E R TH OOD .er"il t,' Pis il I't, i' :lli-T, : RUN TO PALM BE
"DELIVERS THE GOODS."9 Spl l 'I, l,,i l t ,r WILL RUN TO PALM Bt


So Say Many Friends Of The
Paper, As IDo Others Passing
Transiently.


S1 In i;l:til- N -S is pleased to a't'er 1 i N yN,u iotic ti 1 :;i, i,.i Al ;.ik(,-
b Iula has certainly bc(riN ca 't- t.i'ii it-y 'nnidl ,; raI l\eillture that her an- 1ip )of f .'.trdt:,"-V. ]al;i]\ \'\\> I r-l-lu :i
i hh winter. It lseemls from i1,i nil igltbor ion the iorthlis taxed to practical nc.wsllpapt r il:tmr'- -t:hiiiilnil:t it
t rily in the Feason nearly I utiot lit 1ns :.tt .icsommoli lii late thc delighted w t. a- \ t\,irk ,lf art. :i thit;g i(f In'.ittly
S0L twbrir rtove pipe,- froz,- rIli(lttill'd<- whi(lh ;are overrunn ri the At tt'e hlicdl (,of ulnii.i( <,ri to,
Str eD UdoUS sto)rni s .cpl a i,,\\t ittl: it ,-nllillot speak in too great ~ ix, vt'-ii, to thi- right :ttlt lIft ,rf thi'
I l of the State. ioh ingig Ip i-, tf tl,,in L OIr at were not failed bI e all in the S\'iil \\ ll h ll ni :,, 'il.t thi 0 llt)py rtsult.u triple-head. Ilinder tihe (cirt(looi, iii t)l-
6 IT <.-itnt :ila f,,rce of ihe l)Diily N wt'1' I imt tih'e,. tour. fi-.', w%- r threv arli-
ltrobles are a striking '\- ,.ip Ito jin the ll I.ro'rd force at the e (., of nI1fS II'f d1idd l h nl intiervst
of the old sayilnt t:; l'li,rida I'res- Ass ciat; on, tbiled t(, con- eacli arti hI \it li :ri tlr,,tihr-rit (dI'bilIc-
IN W come singly-thl i-1 y alone. ill p:.lit in soltie of th .r noct ir tnl rev- lower n,si bilaill imli Irf,'ctly :,'r t\,,o
e el i's. : i:d tihe New-s hwerevith extends a other It),('il items 0. l Ie '%-. t,'i \ith :
r and if ,, r c', ia! i;.\itation o to tle brethren of the : sigjii(.fic i(lt ti adi. it l \nrr (' I\\ ,i tl' ..
Fa R. B. inlid t I iV lt'tmii Ve(,,)rd 1 come (. i dt,wn to th( page tv% ,1th r ,Tint ,h !.' .I,;L
i r l are nill Hin 'r :r f'n-t t' carlik Il that evter hip" -itardin"g toit in l:: .>si..u> r li, f. I;.
St 'eitv enar vili the pt ,.Mi j ,i ifth, Ii e S o the spt d of tii b.st the lom .r left-li:tiii, I ,,:, i t:ir ti d- n
iB the city ejtoin tie ''I--_) rnig St. A -in all Floidsa ta-bulated votle i'l th,, 'si:ir, n .,. 'I-' \-:i,
Iios *14 direetiIng't b,,,\.....
i ..d1;'r:cth as I I ( it-,il itn as:, n. block heal, and ol tol tlLi l ii, is lsou, r
I p m- far li"th as i i -right-hld cro r i~ sl..>, .1 i,
iienmute. andt expecj<.t t1rt, .
N"tona for t the ato II .i'm' .i. 'he Viier,.l' ItaliaIn ,arthluak' refui
gt ot l i 8llnttts', clt': ni nmess, qu dity If v,,u didti r,,ut i,, t. a;i l t -. t tp
vest,'rday. t aily tarid %'-u \l ll at.:t
I taste andit nrt i! . -----m m l-
_1 TilThe lDaily Ne.\'s-' :tu ,suript'i,'s 1 1-t

Vote As It Stood Friday Evening growing nnit a i s i gratifirig!: i 't '
man art'. nt olt nfil%" iiitlg tIat iti s i,,n'
S E BUSh & SAF I) P () CNTST. getting tit(' ivontth sf t)l ii ,in;),i y hIit .i!-.
S T BUS & SAother %is.) givinNg t:gl>'t, ,ni..,, ,,t
|h their apppr,''i:tii in .- ti n'. i ttl', (i.,iv.
Il I)A 'T ()N : It i- )b c,, inil :,,t'pa-,'I I t., 1 t s ,i.- rv-
S.. 37,2ant that It.l- lD tily N. N '.- '1I ;n.)j: -I-
SchO l 1 ,13 7,i ice cov.rTS all t!it t. .. r
L~mn 802,67 1 1 "" 11


-t ,. uIT t ri I tss'n i I tII l i( CsU 1, n II %
it IslI T( ,t'2A IuI Lr iri il *II I I t il, I I ;-



himiiiiined
t ir.st rntti i It It I tl' jle if *
l~nuis Ns)i t. I nt I t I rc I to f'
it lo %*41 1 11:111-t ire-a'Ivs I *

reIinftnt I tti.ks-rii-,i

MA 1 1 1147;I N 'lii
nots!) tend to rums litt -, i: if t 1 .' '5
of the rtep(i ted (it,% n.!',Ltln S
niumber t sf in -n\d, i ;,I ,ii,
\\ salls and ds, -iIZ 'i I, Lrr ,I tin a- u I

tI
lt l~ it 'tu ;k I aI-,
ti.il i h it tI55ndrv tP :


z'sfte'inss ~:: sI ns 'I.l'i s1 I-
liiv nta i It hini'e'-dsi
aftugi-I''-Irl s .11i 7.


'l's'scli c 1-maosenvers 111111 n-c.
Al i


The Daytoina li;>- l:,il: ';, ft
icre shortly after there iin,( i.;iir \ .-ii r-
lay in two atit(.Iil, bilt's, l,t.;io l :;,;t 1le
Land to play the lritiv,.rity t ,:,1a ;it
that place. The car- ( f ;': n i-; t.
meinbers of thle b:tll terA':i \s i, L. ]:.
itere's and (;. I. .I 11- '- I v
were followed by ,otht-i- !;!i i v.\ tp:ir-
ties going over to uwili, ~-- I!,,. i".I. -
that the D;iytinti;a li) lti i .; .
of Sonfl t eni:V ,r iln iv 1, r i
them, and gh,ry ii % rI ii '. i t, -r .
The I)el.and tt.fi a :s :t \,, i I I :
one, and ManI:La 'r N: -l. -.I ti.Ir t!.t
Daytona tl':tt li: l : ;t. l',, ':,. t:.
best they havr evr I,: .,l i ;, .. A-
a consequeni, t i. lit e r:i' v. f i!, ,-A
int rest frorli t.trt t,, tr:,-!'..
T he gar!i I t i- i i: ;,'." 1. :r
times; in the eum id i irlri, ri, it:i ::iti,
inning, and again in tih,' iil-'!.Lth iiiiri:,
being won finally by a l-iigle ru:, n;.a.ic
by the lDaytoiia t:!rii iin thn :t':lt i;:,lf
tile niinth inf ing, with ;:i .- : f i",'1
A ligit rain pr'v.iil( 1d t.riiL:.i ,'. P ; L
first five innings, but did l14-t !ii I i t,.
gain ', and -!e:ircd upl iLi' I I 1t i :,
tinikh.


A JOLLY S[XTETTE IN


THE PRETTY "ll/ETTE."


A.\ ii'r' rV .i,)% 1i :l h 'deen lhangitig around
Kiriir.'ttin ;dil acting in a suspicious
|i .tIIIt.r f,,r several days was arrested
Frida:yv aft,.rniwon by Oficeer Ben Tink-
ti mi, ;and lodged over night in the city
j:tii to :ti\ait a hearing today before Jus-
T- Il'it!ui mn a charge of vagrancy.
T! 'ii itmiro. .Janies Anderson, has. lteen
!ri:,t. toli I,%y prowling around duriMg the ab-
-tin', ,,f tl lit inri folIks and. snat is iin-
li-'i:tl l,)r a negro. begging for fol. 'Fi-
n:i!iv nIi l:riday a numir of men stmrt-
t(, iit t, ti:d thic ima;in, who had Iit-n
i: tI, rt irt iio 1 itpii te o)f woodland
o4' th t Ti, (','! :inii ('r,%\\.- places, on
M.LiiI .tr,.' t.
.Aft, r :t IR -.':srnh lK. I I'o,ston and
A. \\ *lfian'ric, dico),.red himi on B.ach
-tr i iirth f li he iberts bIlacksniithi
.-iwl, aind hell hi'mi up until Officer
lTirii;tii, arrived l: rll pl.tctd him under
At t';.' ti,':trifi this nirnilig the n':gr,o
s ;i lurid iw.er urndir a $5.-)( bond andi
>' i ih-(! to j:ii inr d'f: ilt of bail ti, await
'k I: irin Lg :at ti, it'\t t'rii (,f thle ('rii -
I r .*i ( i a r.


ELKS ARE OUT FOR


ONE Of THE PIANOS.


Have AA (lood TrimeH Ii I hcD., \tiic.d etlHerd WillHa Home


Hazng I.p On Ob-trust. ['nl"


Ini hc ie Conrad Building On


lKa4.h Street.


P. o .


liii- brii N.4- i' i
-t~Ls:'' ?1s y .-ts :sl:iv a:-


lu-' ~ihi '.
Ile in


Rnf il tf Ltitt
handsome Boat 'l'ied At (lille i)Dtwk i
tnligst it un *-t I- .1
L leaves Tucsda -1 uilt Bv aied ~.-
t''i ll 'li a N i :&!


,L nit' IlaIt


~~ ~ si .-~-r~ r Ii is sI i n aeni'! I ak-
lsI v f I I -tle. Its'I j-
v* :L )1, 1t -it I h'di I II! I)v t~ owss~~n iqtfi'
I i m nr ''\%Iln l11
x I a I'In1 11S am-1 w I I I I




t t i i I
I I ii. I itlit W11'i ''s i ntielt,~ ~ tI i~ ~...
~ a I -t ra hre nv' n d,10(1t. f iii t i r -
Fu -ii* kii I n in-trian -'s 2 will irsake ( toLti.Z. i sI'
r a 7 '', k v An' Is ht o Pin I i T B m I
~. l's i. -jili I s its, I-.t i ll( kI Ft.
~ ss -~ I iskit 1't arkid 1-

t .'s an.It A Pii i t lurue. 'I 1Ii
's 7' I ls't' t~ ,


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I r- ansi~.n tIri% is L thing
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BANANA IN


RI OKXGM


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CONTEST


4JW


HA


- fkusd To
C0r VOI L

tiUR1D~ flhl


Eastern Star Has Large Vote-
May Be Heard From Yet-
Large Vote Cast.

IN i CNING TO THE FWNT


'uris


' I NJI ULAU NIA.


WE'LL ALL BE HAPPY;


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mcu*~~uz. IN


- 14, gl3Rfmic5w-uMIRRIBBO.S, NOTIONS, ETC.
McCall's Pattemns.


ANIIONY BLOCK.


Telephone 102.


Vin 2ld brnow mamm

BARNES
THE N40VETY MAN
0 fseth sea" omint, Eay"o, 71..
I SS6RS23S:Us


SI ummw -- -W.
S'la vesL r Plate n

I,2BI HVS IFY B I TIIU
IN OLD ENGLISH BLUE

TE kA NS 1AT IWS,
Are The Latest Craze.
Ak to see them at Clark's
Jewelry Store.
GEO. H.CLARK *w


Valentines
on exh bitb- at the

CURIO STORE.
Styles and prices to suit everybody

WALLACE1


PARAS(
Tokio shapes, etc., on Tbmur
and Saturday, Jan. 28th, 2 th a

THE PECK-H ENDIUC
COR. BEACH AND MA NOUA STS., DAV
_____- I -- U- ______ I__ -;


General Paomwr Aet J. D.j
Rahbor, of the F. E C. Ry., was a
bwainem visitor from St. Augustine.
SFriday.


"Stove wood. McClellan & Ed-
IAIAN Al STTS wards, phonei3. f
W. Budd, Jr., traveling auditor
'of the F. E. C. Rv.. was in the city
) 'from Thursday until Friday, check-
ina up the businees. He went asoth
[V PAY M.%ORi be from here Friday.
t u .....,r Atr ,BL Fi WR CHARTEA--FOUr-
.... .-. cylinder SteTena-Duryea, hoar orj


Hand Made Porto Rico

and Panama Hats

AT LOW PRIC.ES.


K. ELLA DlVOY & COMPANY,
No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET.
- - - - -. -
.am-------------h---m-------------- ------m


THE

EACH STREET.


,E3ABREEZE :. o -Mr- .A:-e-
aA no. f r, a J
atThe Ma,:


nj.' M". E...'. .- eL.'

W :

S B-7- -7
12-?. ;- .*


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I


Everthing Modern.


*.. 1.- '-2 ., ?i-


NL ... ,


Mr.I... XX.\.

4=4 .. .

a ~ ~ ~ "O)i 8 ~

F'1hS Y *'. -i
"2Pr.-,. ltd *'~


Homelike and u'omfiirtahle.
lirertly (n Atlanti. [[as h.
Surf Bathing and Fi>hnJ.
"- I. I : ; "Y I'

HORACE STEWART
k\ T .\ NAA : ; -.... \


A'pl


SURF CREST


-1 1K.


Uhc Princess Ysscna
LS'Uad'rd'UJ. C. n..V


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trip. call Moran House, phone II
Mrs J. B. Parkinson left F
afternoon for Northfield, Min to
attend the funeral of her br
John Sanborn. who, as stated in
yesterday's Daily, died suddenly
while enroute to Daytona.
'Saratoga Inn Garage, cars stored
by day or week. Six-cylinder, seven-
passenger Welch and four-passenger
Elmore for charter, hour or trip.
Pa.tes reas-nable. tf
M!rs Car-:line Tyler, of the Tvle"-
Phelps Gift Shop Company, went to
St. A.ugstine. Friday. to remain
,-ver Su'ndav with friends from the
ncnrth wh.- will return to Daytona
'vith hLtr
Mr and Mrs M. D. Eckler. of
r C'.rert",wn. N. Y., arrived in the
citr ve-,,ttrdal. Mr. and Mrs. Eck-
ler. who are friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Stere of N( rth Beach street, occu
tried one of the Ellenwood hou-es on
Bay street last % int -r.


Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Cornwall ,f
Patterson. New Y, rk. who have been
for several weeks at St. Petersburg
arrived Friday from that place and
are a-ain at the Bennett for the sea-
sen. Mr Cornwell. it will be re-
mem' ere !. presided at the organ of
the Conzregational church several
times las' i'.ter.


!AXT,N- REACH. Jan. 30.-Js5,
S.;r InJEans. nephew of G NV
S:":i.-- :ner oc a two We*j o W
\ .~Y Mrs. rr Po% NN~i
VI J:. M\!. Roy eziiman. A Letas
N1 -z -.4 A. Brr,-,. w .4 -- W.:
.. c:d W. A. Helms, of
S.1 \ hay- It-&sed Pleajintvie'A
.:' f -,A e W. Johnlr, an. i a..,
"--zFt~ht.seas-ca c-, t c




'- cg. The prze: re
an.' w ,-,,i .rrr .~~r


-. -:.: M !.a:

,- -rrivs.S at The Sti- i e !' 3
o Mr.. rP V :':'i' r


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If *!:e i. T,.~


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TI DAYTTNA DALY NEWS
Publishetdetvry -v-ninj. r-%,..p! iwi-
day. trom IoIremhrr I :o IApri i
THE (AZE1TE-NE~' r'*
T. E. FITSaURALD. EdiD. r-M.,i:,> -.
1.C. i KXARRY. I it I'd
t. rit.FH &r CH. u~ &t ua-- r r .~-

lIartonla. F:. -.




BUSINESS AEMN
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEM ENTSS


F. W. POPE
Attorney and Counsellor at
La'w.
Pr,& ;:.r ;n in r :r a ,;:ti '-,. ra -
OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE.
Teiephn;r:- -4
ISO IIUI~lI


T. E. 1rtzgra d -
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at La,\
Special Fdciiitit- r Ex!t-. L r
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Office in Conrad Iui.Liging. 1I
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Seven Wonders


Dcean Beach.


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One of Daytona & crowning glories is
her iucomparable beach. No one who
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo-
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed sand but real-
ized that it is a world-beater, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide


TIe Pastea Aate Aed The Fbest Out.
Here is where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season.
Autos the biggest, the fastest and the NEWS OF THE HOTEIS
finest are on daily parade and the big
show is as free as the pure artesian
water from the thousand flowing wells. =lO
It is a continuous show with constantly The Prince George.
shifting scene. You will probably catch


the spirit and when you do the roads
and the beach arc yours T'he Florida
sunshine is free, the Ibalmy ocean
breezes are free, the birs; and stiluirrcklI
and flowers are free, the sparkling
fountain water is free and you will hae


Among the new guests at the PriLce
George on Friday were the following: H.
J. Phillips, wife and child, F. A. Phillips,
Trenton, Mich.; Mrs. L. Richardson,
Kalamazoo, Mich.; Wm Gordon, Jr.,
Connecticut; R. M. O'Hara and wife,


to go down in your wallet only for cin Philadelphia; Frederick W. Pitcher,
for the auto and bed and board. I ewport; A. W. Kirk, England.
This is no fanciful picture; it's all
here. It is drawing other thousand. The esan.
and holding them enthralled, it will The Despland.


> speedway aind see the happy souls flit charm anu hold you. Conime :and see. Aiong the arrivals at The Illand
O'by in joyous mood, and answer whether _____ .. yesterday were: A. II. Smith and wife.
this is not one of the seven modern 1 Trenton, N. J.; Mr and Mrs. L. I.)
; wonders. -* i O BOEOBONONOi**O I 0 l)avis, Wasihington, 1) C.
S The Pacld. PeuucId lt fx R.uer. 0 J A party from The Despland went ovc;
I Where think you is water with more 0 S t i t t tle beach ou Thursday and enjoyed aI
I picturesque surroundings? Nearly a dip in the izurf. Thoee in the (art'
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta.
tion, artistic cottages with roomy v- KodaR SllO === S e r. Mis Luce, Miss Siilds,
randa's looking out up on her bosom. N Mrs. 'aswell and Miss Gordon.
gamey food fishes in ceountless numbers I We are not Portrait Arti.-ts, rnor __
beckoning, as it wetre, to those with rod0 are we Art Iealers lat 10 e.n',ars 0h
and reel; her osom tecked with (luck of close attention to the K4)1.\ K- -Schmidt's Hotel.
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, I ERS needs has won for us tiT II e arrival at Sehimids Hotel
which sit about as if for the sport of : enviable reputation of bintg UI ye.-terdly were: M. Knowles, Atlanta-
bobbing upon her waves; watch that F;T oung, Frank Me"wan. Madison, N
lubberly old white headed p1 lian pcr -h IIRS t CLASS FINISHERSll, J.; J. It. arrett, Jatksonville; 1). S
a fat mullet, and that ishh hawk -tt ,g- Anyone de-iring good work and a i nr, M.-s Sallie lenry, Kentucky.
gling upward with his floundering load. strict attention paid to their or- Maniger SCmidt of Schmidt's Hotel
he snatched from the water. ders for Developing and l'riIltin, i' ct onfinie d to tiis room because of a
See the beautifullaunces, spik and willget itat l.ESESNE'S KODAIK sprairid Ihft ankle that i. giving him
span, their hampers and lockers bulging : PLACE, the only h.,p in town i i< il of trouble. Mr. Schmidt injured
with refreshineuts both solid an liquid that makes the lKdak WVik a tl. l Ille)(er sonie days ago, but thought
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful Specialty. it be tter anrd put his weight on the
surface Take out your field glass and All work finished in 2 hour', 12- it inber too .oon). As a consequence it
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to 0 hours if necessary. 0 i-, gi\ igig him m uch pain at present.
Ponce Park light house, then say j U
whether the Halifax isi't a thing of U I
beauty and a joy for.\ver, and one of .......
the R iodee wonlers. I LES SNEl IThe Ridgewood.
The EnchaMtingly Picturesque kidgeood. Eastman Kodak Dealer, I
Ridgewood ai"veni i s upon til, restoi f l. l r< :i Ai ,0 Mi.s I. J. Dufiga Wa.- llingtoii I i.
a broad ridge, traiglit ait tlthe crow lthies, AM TONA i id rs. i' owe, (iicago, Ill
&and t lie % itle--.pre.ading brariches of the o Mrs. ('hi irl.s Sillitk and Miss Alice Sil
heavy-trunk.-d liv\-o,aks extend their Uhwck lork, Rtidtgewood, N.J. Mrs. J.;Mrs. F. E.Co
giant arrii. a(rtss this niagnitic,.nt vista, biurn, Miss Baker, Miss It. A. Antleron,
forming un arch, ail from thtes- .xtendi- lMi-s l';lli, Mi.;.-. Elsie Newton, Al
ed arms great festoons of Spatish loss I rt, N. Y. ; Mrs Montana, l.ondu

fan them. I.ooking.-t right ahead down \- "r ,,.t*Ii, I 'i,.tiinitg, N. N .; Frank Fra hle.
thia wtite shell .te,t oi, has the i,- I div ..LS [' \ i": ,i |,.iV. Heading. l'a.., \,'\0ite tIJ 4
pression of a fairy path \' ith .lfti.h dra- t, l,\oid yesterday
pIelies. but aas nu i ,o\uI aliig an (aUst A I /ii/' V fr,,. t thlU .1to!, ( :
all eVe fir-t to thi i'i;tit amid ttih nO t \ an ete-r
left you ste di.-tiliU i.T:licd c ttg. il I t t l lt'lHew (1l l a.t (\ i.
in th ilt, it i ittLul .I -,It g-. ii' a t ..k tp : f ir si/ed c(,olhi .t ,
o.urpas bing B h ut% ot Our C.ottage timen I N. 1. Clark ret .urnel ,- %I
f lro' ( I lc itl. V ti h aI d li h 1 t i 1 11 ,\ : 1i l; t. ,i \ 0 t, :-
No tone 4,f 1Dayt(ol a- ;ittia' tio )lm 'P" W e" i -, *i.. tte "il i lw .r f .,


hap's coiuin aritl oLillrc nuarY lv ilI' erNa!'
attentitinr d il raiSI'tillili I i t, Iac ti,-t
tic itattagt.. IThe otl. II iN II-I tiv-i l ily-m I
ing villas irtil frai ii II'L L Iiit r of tilt-
country anid thit ,%.kigtIlt In '.iii achli-
tectufnal jiaro'1and1 build litt'l iitiltilI1'ilil
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Streets %anJ I',r ments thL %clst and Best.
W~hy 'ti,. .A i ,I -,c -. l-f ta I niiktr-e
chom- to 91 a c t- I tmao thlin Ill, lIi)Nt- ttI-
riirable, thte it l I-I joltt LAI, ooilit nit-01P31
setting of al'lh ti0 A l i,- o.1 h I t. soUth I,
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THE CLARENDON


SMR. FRED) MAUIIS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y.,
has arrived with his corps ,f na-si.tanits and opened The Claren-
don Bath D)epartment to the publlic
Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths,
Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths,
UO Steam Massage,
Given at all hours by tOe very highest grade of Professional Opera-
a tors. The only place shrIth ,f \ashington, D. C., where these baths
may be obtained.


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HOTEL DESPLAND I
l)Daytona, Florida

Nowv Open for Season 1908-9.
L. M. WAITE. Owner and Manager.

G Greatly lnlarut 'ed Si c' la.it s i.sc, n. cuisine e andl Service Excellent. *
S Broaw( l'iaZZ/./ s i all S,11 i I .... I .;uitet. Steam Hieat.
E vel'rv M it'l'! (', iivCi'i.'!nr S'nil fr lBooklet.

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We give votes in the Bush-Sufford Piano Contest.


=m M. B. AULTMAN


BEACH STREET. PHONE 2.


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Party Inspecting Work of Canal
And Will Make No Radical
Change.

PIANAIMA Jan. 3l --\\'Wlianm 1t.Taft,
Colonel d(ethalh arni a jiarty of engi-
neers left Culebra toi. iimrning ol a
special train for the 1'acitic side locks
They are :chtJuld ti return this aftrr-
W,(ion, 'lhen Mr. Taft a ill 1e th" gu.r-ut of
hlnuot at a k 1i. Ct li,,i I t.t1ti t t'Y l'rt-,-
dent Ohl-ldia. Ther" i a grow.;lg von
tidence among uflfcialI that no radn.al
change in ucostruetioi> will Lw r-t-e.ii-
mended.
Wuld lihte to hae at ,i te ;ma.
ujitglit t ia f,,r two iiio thlk. A,:-
r.-,s "l'T iirist 21,i S. lIlinct ,,.'


A Kind Hearted Waiter.
A~ surpri'.4llA.Z ejwri.-l' t ..a'..the11tore
a lad% *% 1'j.-rt-vi' 1.it a i t IdA v e on
fWhi' ut (:&UVi tc h1 S11 11,ir-ll!tt-i i
She saN !
I know that I mu. n t a jl'r-. ZA of
uiflkrt's~biie av al' 1ar A- e I 1u:a i't.,l e
to 1w short and ,.tt ut :id to drt-. s
j'lilly.IVStill. 1 hild I *~'.l iIi dItal
hn air 4-f :tcq.uali~tiari- N 4h i -"%
viety. IBut niwu I -il. h ii i i~ rt, i11.
est than e' t'r ii ii ti, v Li .-a ..f !O .i~ '
A t Ili% I ','w I:- t. ~1
with the fPice 4:1i % 2 Itki'
rsdlant % hN: i -" iiL.:I;2:.I -*. !- i
and fish .a r
front ut lit. he i t ,i l .'i .'
of t1.hinhtt4t :t;"irs!. V \.


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His Defcnse.
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Plant Wood's
7 Garden Seeds
FOR SUPRmIOR Vurf.


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Is IN IUWRM.


-hetl.'r In fertilizt'r7., '.ua-;in t l et 'cty ~.
terday. the guest &(f It, r-,It
If groves like tthu" 'f Nf4 N Iwith
their vast dep it .f .t2 : v.Illi:L!
Fe "toniced' '%ith I. l'Pir t
ih %*A!t feld ii u-.elu:i -- -r M1:
Paint' pro utnt it th l- ',ri I
emv e--..dvth ico


iCHENEY LAID


TO REST.


NEW IIAVLN.\ &Ctlill,.!t..o. I.:
t Ite itii of.t at izz ard itI,- ;a:, -id .'
Coi.'li'ui At th r S. Ci,. -nt~v \ \vf,. i
Were i l:.nd ri t'id. '. ..1t
wa:- t,ec rw ,li :'- r

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Entertainment for
Young and Old.....


Crystal Theatre.
(MRT MR YKulR"
TO-NNICHT.
VAUDEVILLE.


Morris& Haddocks
:jgh Class Vaudeville Comedy
Entertainers,
ALL THIS WEEK.
--NEXT WEEK---
ILL & EDMUNDS,
InI Sparkling Comedy Sketches.

NEW PICTURES:
Sampson The Great,
Bowser's House Cleaning,
Savannah Automobile Races.
('iomplete change of program
'.very night.
I:.- ui:;ir i:ttlir Slmaturday at p. in.
Admission IOc. N ight 15c.
lHtM OPrv.Y A1 :tu1 P. M.


AMUSEMENTS


I


Wilmans


Opera House


SEAEREEZE


COMIl 0.


The Yankee rrunlmi'r.
February ioth


LYMAN TWINS
High Class C( medy Company
of Twenty Specialists.


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


'GATOR MOVING


PICTURE SHOW..


TO-.NIGHTI


CuompL-te Change of Programme
Every Night.

Attractive Pictures \Vell Worth
Seeing.
The Burning of Rome
The Cabbv's W'ife,
Music Hath Charms.
.: tinee at 3 p. m.
l.Ar ;I(Il" ; i.O)lo & LOVtE.
Ii'R ..t-LRiE,

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S,. r-~ ., 3 tat 7 (l p m.h


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BOWLING ALLEY.


midol(or ga.me foI~r


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


No,.. Ii.


BK:A&'H MTRK, ET.


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*LOCAL ITEMS,

For [ertt Flats, furnished or
,nfurnisihed, vby the year. Centrally
', rated. ('all I:;i Volusia ave. in s -


M:s. F'indlay was able yesterday
i tturn to her home, after being
: thle l.ty't:na Hospital and Sani-
t.riumi f ,r s-nike time
I\-. lFathter iarry, .,f I'alatka, and
1:,. F'Father McC(K'eyv (Of l.in111.
N I[.. were D)avtona visitors froti
W\\dneisday until Frid.av afternm,on
Mi- F. I \Wright. of St. Augus-
i;:. ti'. lihas been at the Daytona
i! s- pit.il and Sanitarium. hais sufti-
L.. it,- .'-rt, t th be taken t tlie
!I ,- ,., f, t t-r, Co!. C M I ,I -
:;,r ', i 11 i !':.it ," laenlue


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INDIAN RIVER ORANGES
r,''G" (rape Fruit and
,oll, b:ttI.r. Tangerines......
BOX TRADE
SOIICITED v, -- :... ., :,
GEORGE H. MUNROE
OROWEU ADU SLIPPER
I26 S. RIDGEWOOD A'E.-Datrona. Fia.


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(iarl. the I m natI"r.


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BILLIARDS AND


POOL.


RUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO


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L.v--.euni C ourw.c.


For Sale or J
Rent. A
1!:3 u;hb KteJi rwnor A i

FIVE-ROOM
Large Lot in
FfIK '4A1.. % nquirr uuv a
_,PR .\D RAiL CSTAR
NOuR.A.1' SI


Silver Beach Property
fnl4 l hou. llo Inl: -iw of 14 im-BO-lI i'Ti fl
provo-nienlt.ael4I uu.aiiit pruip. rty.ionll -WUW W tf
* v.-iiue. nenr tit. utultiliP. i I.'I tu !i i t r or 4si I .aA*I&"
For %n:-- A a fountu'n: split on,% -ryi, % ttion tto I
F t : i*Ir w. i.1 1114r" .9 4 ..l
N". nI tl A S imh
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.W. ORMOND# BEAUTIFUL ,WJNT
V C _4 I I-rirseii'fr-EL
1_2ta i lnt, 11 it i rt m .. -v i 1 ,t ;114r1 ,0 nv S
ne-Ighimir.. ',ir v"Iinr: .
Co,~inttd Ui. ailitpl. liloull ,v.-v t ~~~ ip.
t h 1J0' eingllrt: I t U3U0sa
*** b.t i tur!.! -'1 ..'li- ; t" vouirt:-tmsh em orp3
plelclp Ilr-~ furtilt-ho"J. F~orri,
the corner of Orangan Palm.t" IiLii W or W. Ma. l41iAsena
--onevf the enoutdestrahl. ctirstr~ lt It i nvI
tonls. one cottage 7s riimnvi. p i t,'r *. ra
andd &Il of ter co(n vnl nc c4r. r S .". 5 P' f`r
lN.th fand a oap at fla t11 av i fltelii
eCnted and dflrlr1r to 14iok atr th. I)'-p '- .
calIlIon or addrm. V~.( M ltv.'. m.
Bingbam & Tbhmpimon. Age't.-.


Ormond or Ormond
EITHER IS A DEL1OH'TFL'L PLACE IN
WHICH TO OWN OR RENT A HOME.



MACON THORNTON
REAL ESTATE
ORMOND and ORMOND BLACU

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Winter Homes.


NORMAN


Real Estate.


iA Rare

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Truck Lands.


DAYTON,


Lumber.


Investment


E SOLD AT ONCE:


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CONRAD REAL ESTATE


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I Bond Lumber Company

Rough and L)rs's C prt...s lumber,

I Phone 83 k MAL;. Matn U
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SPECIALTIES OF THE CONRAD GROCERY COMPANY

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CRACKERS,

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MA; E O. PAINTER

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