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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: February 2, 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: VID00302
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Latest Published Reports Show
the Banks to Be in a Very
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S he Year. Prosperous Condition.


Ig usL IAY. IEPIMSTS' OT-UP $876252A
aaIt atI
w Ie math of February is Tihc< last reyyAof the Volusia county
b w a .a.dar it contains b.nks of Del.aud and of the Merchants'
|i-Lerd imliday and extra- baik of l)aytina ta branch of the Volu
l-MJ mp ay other month sia county banL) give a most encourag-


ing statement of conditions as they ob-
.ik V f ry 2d is ground- tain locally. Volusia's county banks
lhgaroumd-hog or wood reflect nothing of the stringency felt in
S determine theU drift sonic sections of the country.
l te M ext six weeks By conservative and business-like
i t a subterranean method! o(if operations these twin banks
MIbl -Aew he goes back, have firmly Atrenched themselves in
atblr l are sure to fol- public favor and are doing a gradually
B mIeft, he is said to remain larger business y mar by year
Ug" tt rigors of winter Their capital s, ock is $50,000.00; sur-
--blegm iaygCes in bad by plus and undivided profits $61,870 89,
i and deposits $764.331 49. There is no
l4 mM0B," when (cndltK bet ter evidence of the strength and
l AchurPesL of the Roman standing of these institutions than in
the statement that their deposits, as
i-pmer the day is called shown by latest published statement,
bwame nem this day the can- aggregate more than three quarters of a
a fo divine service ar. million dollars.
bs U ndIlm must be made of .

a s preferred to have even I
rI le rw performed without NOT YE I
-r to have thost used
aft made of the material.
i an'mdle taetin chr -STIDHAM
I*hp- a candle made of bet-s- i 1

- any other than bees-wax can- jtomobile touruani:nt having been ee-
1 be bame d, and are forbid- cured and other r.reliminary arrange-
- pd for divine 'n ice. ment.s having been perfected at this end
aerient and prviseworthy CU. ; of the line F. I) Stidham, who has beenI
|f CaVtolics to pnr-cure at least one in Daytona now fc-r several weeks as
'l-e for thi" day, and after it haw Senator" Morgan's representative in
l med, to take it home to use it arranging for tht great automobile
Sbad of the dying, or during a races, started to let ve yesterday for New
iw for any other proper end. as York, but while a: the station await-
imes. 'tg lii- train a wire came from Mr Mur-
aI h off the month (,iixs. I.in-. gan asking him to defer his going 'till


44imday. a day which i- g'en< r
umd more or l-pa tshr-iiti&.out
lN." The 12th is like,'i.4 ti1,
;fl theI Mardi ( adewo itsf'lf to tli, la tl,.r.>t
ILwich have bie-cotni( fI;tliii.-

tilhe pageantry- and sbplti,Jir ,f
Stlhe revelers turn to tiitt-r
d' te t Ient'-n m.,ison, atrl
L o n rd w garb i.- discardl(ed for
and washes, Ash 'A 'dtrsiia.
I dcse on the hcl.- (,f Maril

S140th of the month. ss.'.(('pll i |d tender maiden Ji illn ii,,
L l their patron, Sai: t \ lci.-
S hop windows are ,ilreait
kL "the dainty tokens,, which, lv-
I.w t to exehnnang iilui)o tiii-
Iael day.
kI 17th of 1l1f I t rin th (1i 111 a
1 -bilc i.6 not c'.itira'td l\
|^, but which oc(aiu a gr':at
tiala. ho d<.srt Ithi ir itu;,-
I|f tday and dev(,t ti haci;.-el ('
Sja sticks and tiring -.il.t .
f c to thie s bad< f thl .r

fl holidays is brought t,, i

l on lourtll I'ti


f turtller notice.
l\vu r thing is doi ig that needs doing
toward the tig ca-nival and at thi'


CAN


-Donahey in Cleveland Ptain DWalr.


STOP! LOOK! LISTEN!


THE ELKS HAVE ENTERED.


They Made a Large Vote and Will


Wage Hard Fight Vote


TALKING UP


A BEAUTIFUL TRIiUTE


TO LOVING MOTHERHOOD.


GOOD ROADS.1 President Blackman's Tribute To


The advocates anti ad]


WVas Very Light. roads seem to be increaa
Stop., look, listed, The' Bush & Saf rial ratio. It is a heal
gradually broadened ant
ford piano c(imnte-t protiis.s to le inure gradually broadened a
fun than ever from now (on. 'IeElks td tnh.Ther
be a better guage of a ni
have entered the tiheld and are charging be a better guage of a n
along at a good rate for a tgimraner. The and intelligence than th
a study of its roads o~f
count of Monday evening( gave themt a Itudy of its roads of
whether mlactladam!l or
over 1S,000. and already t hey arv ahead I w. t a
1 United States leads
of four other ('andidate:, I)uing close be- l
Si conZllltirc' and aiaterial
hind Miss Mary (iilli,, %ulmoi tt'y huopeI ,
e'li oist!(Of lher inara ll,.le>I


to pats iii a d a( or tw\,. 1 lih Daytona
High School aind the lcHalifax I'iltes ha
about thei' sitle \tNt,(. a5ld the L'astern
Star had a pretty largc \x te


.-t.tei ,f ie it proc(tedings things look Outside of D).qyt, Iia tile W\\ilmairnSs op-
-, I. t I loi itr(,c tat Iace meet. Papers era house niad l- u ither nda.-h, and tih
ail over iti' I united 3States are giving the ,&ier canadiiatcs will havte to h,. -atlsfied
even t advertising and all eyes arc ; .ith& a rate fo(r Mt' 'orld place andi tile big
turn.cd in this dir.ctton. due lill. Mi-s Elsit. ('oat,.- shas pase(.d
i MI.,- Alice I)augheliti,
I PIic re i as iti, .uriri-,, litt tl \l)te i-
gettitrg larger v &iv (i.I. I rtn now on
INCENDIAR IES until ti ltni-li tihrt \il I ltt oIilthmL


IN TITUSVILLE.

It sccni froui reports fron tih early
Sun "ay morning fir' which consumed
tile Titus. ilt- lunlt,.r (ConaPsnA'Ys lum- i
b.cr y\ adT, tha i r ll ie -. (r % I k
<.ir.- I.tiI1iig o, llC, tit('.-idil;g adj(,illIM ESiATg 0Rit lIi
thit ard, tal i ht a -aleic foi th .da.-t.trdir '%,t:k. lteport-
- -v th a tIa I -, '. ,t % k t t L ktepl t f,,i i rt % :ls b ,t t ia 1 4:, 1 -: ; t
I;,t -;: I, ti .i g ji, t j i.,. -i h tit it. aud i c t'* -tutt at ti- l 1 tl -t It t, i t
S 't L i tt a -a,, r i- t. .' t tI n ig h t to s e e :at i i .> r t i ti t. t it i. til l,
I : [, It ,..I ; ti i., i ....- itl i rntpe rso n a t r a '< f ,. ., ii .it c fr ,,i .
It; '\ l, l i 'It Ii, i .,1 f ,'ilgl t eairs ,n th e ai ,p lata ..- c t ,t U i p(., : -,,:,:i l ,r r .,, iv +,ti.
t ,. -,.i ,t i th.,t t .:, > i,t tii e l ,iU.-t.-.ug, tha .ir tt' iitt iis l ; t I .t- t.a <' i,i t If i 'Uc .. i 't'..a
tf tr :,n.daO tt)tt. ,,,d ,i t:.l ,, Aitd
wt,i l, i. it n tl. l,' so tlthb Uiind *
t ,' i t ltho ug hu t a ,;.i .' -l 1;'. : !,Il\ \ ,rit', ti,


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SVote As It Stood Monday Evening
IN THE BUSHI & S.AI:F()Il) )A.\NO C(NLS1T.


Bniigh School


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1,153,935
h 18,882


please tf t lal ll i :.'
variation e ol t,.-: I: \I: O


Si :i t~t i


I any r cp c la:..i: t V..:t-l it
Whic I o. ,I i
wantI ia.'d the 'tita .: *. tt :il- ~t

I .
t eur t 1-crt r Il I- .'

y t, r I a1) 1 ziiz:i fr ii


herents of good
in in a geomet-
thffm sign of a
i a better edui-
re could hardly
nation's strength
hat aTiordt-d l)y
variou- kiinldl
riil. A.s the
all others ill
Ilrtsp'ofrity, i(.


One Of The Christian Mothers


Of Israel.


[The following lines were sent to hi,
mother by a former student of Rollins
College They were spoken by it., pres-
ident, Dr. William F. Blackman, at the
grave of his mother and were considered
so beautiful by the recipient that she
requested the I)aily News to publish
tt(emi as a noble, tribute to the Moth< r-
ho od of all our land.,
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So.... t .... ..... i ...........................i a..l- e nave come to lay away in thius
portation, so could Florida beconte o place (,f her birth the form of our deal
leader among th' -idterhood of states b% i|ltoth.r. It was.she who in the pride
extending her hard surface roads. mi(d pto.ctr and passion, and grace of her
N. I. Alliger, who is in the city repro- early womanhood bore us beneath her
senting the International Automobile beating heart. It was she who carried
League, thinks that in coinntectiorn Witth :ntl nourished us on her sweet bosom ; it
his %o(,rk lie :night lht I, toi p. rf&t' pl.ia was she whio taught ustAo walk, to speak,
for the' c(iUlctio,. 1f tl.i rlad frontl IDy- to pray; it was she who watched our
toua to St. Augustine. early steps; and it was she who rejoiced
John Ander.son, of the Hotel A.\azar. in whatever achievements we were able
'St. Augu-tine, whoi ha.s beIen A ('(,ikSi('- to actonimplish in later life and (riev.edi
Iou.- tliure inl the gotfi road mlroveuienlt for ut in all our sorrows arid failures.
on the East Coast, continue. to take a.n '"'hrPe. .xp-.riences I recall as a child
enthulsiastic interest iln road t)uihling atnong a miultitude of others. 'Thle tirst
and largely through hi- intrunrientalitv was the early morning of the winter
a good road is be ng built fr,im Jck- dlays, in the old home yonder, where my
sonville toi St. Augu.ltine. i si.-tr. older than myself, and I woulti
Now if )aytonians \ a.> are intCr,-t. rock and sing in the kitchen by the dini
i ll meett Mr. Anh'l n, the t. Au,..-- .light ,,f a candle (,r lainlp while gotid
tine-I)ay toia road c.,n hit, perfI(. t.1 .iI I. nint.acr prepared the breakfast; the M..c-
:it would give both St. Augiultml IIC .1 1 nd. tet' Sunridl:av mornings in th, htiur-rh
)atttna a big boot,.t Then (ill il thi when rmy head sank on her knee lin the
al i, twr.n Oak IlII .and 'litu-\ all, Ifanily pw al nd I went .sle.p- -the .( t
tit bti-\ ti.ii't t .kt it ,lutt i talk It feel of tiht furs shae Atre is still ou Ii
tail.l tol t lnac' ,. iti i, ,,t l,. clh'ck, the odor of her silk gown in ry
East (.'.a-_. ruI-tril. the Voice if tihe dle.ar oll rat,.r


Pr-stents I.ively A.pearamtlc.
I{IIIIs I Irv I om k*1,0 1"'cil t0.1,N-1tti,
toud I.'t atral I ridges 1e~iI ii'
appeuiralilt-t jUst lov, VI tl ilk-. iII, aq
tcred uhI,,tt it. III r addtif-ri 1l, ) Mr
Root tts (,%%ni mli it tll 'Fl a~re t 01(i- 1 k:t,
lie V~lloiuioandti tiaclautali ll11w.111'.
1L1;I inom- gii~totthe lutISt boattOf I I.



NI.l Hat.t laC. a:
i'K t l 1 o l b.[ :t i
n f Lt v w out rw:,


lr: Ah Mict. hiiI tI It ,ilA l! r,t.,


IDIDATES FEUD FEELING


NOW IN IN AIR


THE RUNNING. AT NASUVI


ILLE


The Offklal Ballot for Election to Attempt To Remove a Juror In
be Held on February Cooper-Sharp Murder Trial De-
10th, Next. velops a Tense Feeling.


'IO PICK THE WINNERS, PIEASE. WAS KILLING PLANNED IN CAPIfL?


In compliance with the liw go,\ernling 11> 0i!,.d 'r....
the case the various candidates tiled NASHi II.LE, Tl-nn Feb. 2.-Feud
their applications with the city clerk, A f,'eiing is in the air today as the result
McF. P6rter, previous to Saturday night 'f an attempt to remove Juror James
and a liot of those in the running is now M. \Vhitwurth from the panel In the
in the hands of the Daily News job print- C,''per-lSharp murder trial. Whitworth
ing department, which will print the ,f- iis known as a "Pattrson" nman, and
ficial ballots. while governor r Patterson's name has


Following is the li.st:--Fur Mayor, 1;.
W. Greene, D. F. Randolph; C'itv (-l.r!,
A. McF. Porte.r; A.as..s.or \\. Ii 1 i
mondson, G(.o F. Smith; (')it(< t,,i '\
(;. Hobbs, Albert 1E. Shiik,. I I1.
Titus; Treasurer. F "T l' ik:; ( i,r ..
men (twoy-ars! ,-. .I. (;.,,. i, \ I ,: ..
E. J. Mills; ('ouncilm. i .. i, v,'3 I.
r. Conrad, Simon !lVl:iarAn l.,. 5' .:
School Tru.ct'e (one vyeir A. \\ ; ; i


"A I t ,M I I. ,K ,l C'll.\i; I I.,i --- F.,>,i
cylinder Stevens-Duryea, tIi,: ,r.
trip, call Morgan House, ph'-n1c I I ,.


CONSTITUTION


OFF SOUTH.


The IcCov i rzntier te t (1 0 i-


titutiou started ,11 lir ':m.a i I :i; t
S Palm E each this I Ili: :; :-V
I rate passenger li>t. [I'!1i, :, :.. ,: .
. trips an i tile v I -
I turned such pln-l: i .
places, daylight run-, (*'t., .i- i,;',.,.
a irresistably to the public.
S'Ih- trips as now :itrir! i(l i .ra. 1 a'
,:iS a _eap a, tayvi:g : t .. I I. .
proposet to ai;tk,' r' ;. l. :" ,.g.
the cl.se cls f th t .'r -1. .-

Sensation in Rusi,,a.

ST. l'lT l.l;.^l i 1t,,, .
the biggest pI, li, ) : *
years thirtt, :- '.. .i
tionl of I aii K '.
police iI riir M t :1 i N I
in charged ,% i t, i i :
lived t(o )I '.'... if .
Shake i e Up ti i i .

=A- .. ... .


,I ei \hispe-r.d in the case, and some
il.ut intimat-d that Carmack's killing
\a- .*riNir.ered in the capitol building,
te \\ hit\vtrth affair h&as emphasized all
1,1 i1ii,0)n in thr case. Advocates of the
('ra i.iLk faction a-&sertd today tnat
\\ hit., rth hi:, btnri foisted in by the
St.ite. \\'n court (tnveneil today a
iria.' wi lit-se v.c- "ere i.4 .! ., ,> tit'hat \ hltw,,th is bi-
; ,. J .


SAN MARCOS


IS MISSING.


N 1 %%\N I ( 1-eb. 2.-AnxaIttyis flI
&nioi au.ranit- r lrteruznts regarding the
:t!.#- t .~ruicr San larcom-,
: \[ .%I rv 1i:1e, .plyng h tbt -tt en
\ \ i r. \~l~ ie !rtiching at 1i*y

t r ~.~:rc : V fi t di lij


Ji;ajfs Feel F)riendl







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in my cars, aft'r a half century. Atd
tlhi third lnemonry is of tu.ssing in fever,
nd (,f Iler co,ol hand ou my brow and
Ijr r ministries about nivy bed. With what
,pat his ti(seC and either such inemlories
. it"n Irck t) Inme today, acros.- the tulf
)f year. l()Hw they soften andt sweeten
amidl halItiw the heart. And what test
ni ,iy they bear to the sacred aund rt.-
(i,'!iptiv,' in a,'ini tg )f rmotther hi,)t


1 :ii, linot I)oasting that thui. Woi,nlan
wa.;. (di>tanguished above others by e.x-
raI ,r, liniry eundiw tilnts of character, or
,f beauty, or by remarkable achiev\-
ii,. :ts, I amri only saying that she was a
goid aunl faithful mother -and this is
prtiase enough. for there is no other dis-


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IN OL D IGLWBE BLUE


Arem La lewt Crawe. *
Ask to sm thm at ClOrks

050. He.OCARK INow w


i Valentines
mmmmmumm


at the


CURIO STORE
Stylesand prices to mfit everybindJ

,WALLACE


Tok -to tc.,.o
and Saturday, JaN 2ml i


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$4095 IN SCL
S, __ AN AI AlII Is

G.OO AND 7.OO SHOES


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WHY PAV MORE?


ANTHONY BROS.Ow sarisne
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Hand Made Porto Rico


and Panama Hats

AT LOW)V PRICES.


NI. ELLA DiVOY i COMPANY,

No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,
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January Sale of I


SClothing and Shoes
. .- NOW' ON AT


GLOBE


BEACH STREET. DAYTONA, FLA.t
--------- ----- NNW*"**


SEABHLEZE. Ft.h. 2.-There was
great concern Smday night lest the
orange and grape fruit trees should be,
injured by frost, tat least this year's crop I
and foliage. Meyirs. Hatch and Gamble '
sat up with their trees all night, and
when the thc.remomcrter registered 31,
and ice had torr-.id upon some water
set out near the trtes as a sure indiia-
tor, they had the log heaps tired Major
Russell made no effort to fire hi. grt,ve
and reported the ,rees and fruit all right
Monday morning.
Herbert WVeath -rbv gathered his abuJ -
dant crop of lojquats Su-idav to save


Announcement card- of the tlirth of a
boy baby have been retccived h.er- Lby
friends of Mr a ii Mr. t. ('ire. V h,
spent two seasons on the pejain-suia Th!
20th ult. was me(ition'-d. They ill Iit
be down this wit ter
Mrs. Diebolt. ,f Bo.ton, or vicinity,
arnved Satur.;&\ hhid has taken rooi -
at the noni. ,of J. It. Abercrombie anii
w;ll take ILtl ir ni,t'al- at The (hii rnG( ,,l
Mest,-. L.uke rnd T,,ppiag 'erit up tn
the Ztmmerman grove Sunday afternio ,,l
to help their uncle, Mr ZimmermaHi. if
4ieceary, fire his handsome gro\ v dur-
ing the night.
Hiss Maud Mullery arid Mi-'. Iila HI.iad
entertained at MIisb Mallerv's hoine oni
Pinewood, Satu-day. from 5 to 10 p. in.
Some ten couples were invited, tind it
was a great occasion of mirth and en-
joyment for the youag socictty se t. Mu-
sic and games pleasantly varied th,. pro-
gram. At 8:30 they marched into thet
dining room where an appetizing lulnch-
eon wasatet, and here again there' vas
no lack of zcst I.n the proceedings. Af-
ter luncheon a itew more gailezs ~a-rta en-
joyed before th y disiprccd.
L. Z. Burdick has taken the contract
the finish the 4. 1. MillT r :ottage. ton
N. Grandview avenue. and has part of
his force at woik there

Brug-.


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NEW SEASIDE INN
AN[D FVKNISHED CoTTA.XS.

liverything Modern,
homelike and Cornfortahble.
Directly on Atlantic Beach.


Surf Bat
$2 I'l PE I
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DAY~TONA BF.ACI

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THE WHIlE HoN


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STE A A PAILy NVS
Pu=b~a ser e rvnin.In except Run-
doy, kn Dnmalber 1 to April 1, by
THEE GANBTT'-NEW8 (CO.
T. L. LFzrr ALD. Edlitor-Manungr.
L. 0. DixAxlm, City Editor.
C. 8. &HAui, dlirculation ManngTr.
, 0 FO. ClOc, Superintendent.
i termed asu aeod-claaa. matter I v-
cemnber 1, 1108, at the postottlce at
Tkwmvtninn Fla undej.r the Av. t of


*Stove wood, McClellan & Ed- M 'IR -.. ....
wards, phone 123. tf
Elder C. B. Stephenson returned
yesterday from Indianola.
Elder C. M. Clark, of Chamber-i BUS ESS AND
lain, S. D., arrived in the city Moon- PROFESSIONAL
day, and will assist, for a time, in TI
the tent meetings, on Third avenue. i ADVERISEMENTS
J. B. Case, of Port Orange, is in
the city much of the time now in ----.---...........
connection with the Seventh Day a
Adventist meetings being held here. F. W. POPE 3
Attorney and Counsellor at
Mr. and Mrs. Garrett W. Simp Attorney Law
kinmon and Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. U Pracliee In State and Federal C'ourts
:1I OFFICE OVER POSTOWFICE.
Snook, of Cincinnati, staying at the ~ 4Telephone .4
Parkinson House, went to DeLand *
by auto Saturday. ai .I. ,it-,.,.


,Saratoga Inn Garage, cars stored
by day or week. Six-cylinder, seven-
passenger Welch and four-passenrer
Elmore for charter, hour or trip.
Rates reasonable. tf


FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Lasw
Special Facilities for Examining a,dl
Perfecting Land Titles.
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 12'2,


Major and Mrs. J. B. Downing, of 'U *ilOU@U@ UIUOl@llE@oU@u
Middleport, 0., arrived Monday. and j 0. A. KLOCK, M. D.,
are guests of The De land. The- PHYSICIAN AND SL'UREON.
re guess o e epan with K. M. Ferguson, M.
Major's return was eagerly looked M peiaI anttentlnn gIvan to i a- ....r
forward to by all lovers of music the y'e. ..Ir N,,n;.1d, Thrt.' I.IiA
here, as he is generous with his tal- 'I .ce Hourc: 7TDo'i. ii.. i t i I. t i.
en and h" s -vl e" 5 anid 7 to' p. i. I'I.,ll. -'01 a.
ents, and his violin entertainments -^ -- ^^
.. .. .I n@*a*"WNVooan 0lnWon on


make him doubly welcome to his
friends and the public generally.
Fo(,R RENT--Large house, 14
rooms, situated at Silver Beach, near
automobile club house; bath, hot
4-d cold, hard and soft water; fur-
nislied. Garage and servant's quar-
',rli Rental. $500 for season. In-
tire, f T. E. Fitzgerald, or any
'gent tf


Doings
at Daytona
Beach

DAYTONA BEACH, Feb. 2-An
open '::t-ting of the Ladies' Aid will be
I held at the home of Mrs. L. Z. Burdick
'iThursday evening. This will be a pleas-
ant social function to which gentlemen
as well as ladies will receive invitations.
A program will be rendered.
R. J. Mc(Crew has just made the nec-
mssary alteration in the M. E. Church
bull-tin board, substituting Mr. Barze's
namne for Mr. Parson's.
Mr. a(nd Mr.-. Nichols and Mr. and
('urtis are recent arrivals at the Lune
Blay.
At tlihe Sunday morning service a solo,.
"('alvar\v." by Mrs. Niel Stalker, a
touri-t spending the winter here, added
riuiLhi to the enjoyment of the service.
Mrs. ,Stalker has a rich contralto voica.
rid sinigs for large audiences.
NMit. Brooks' pupils are quite buv


hing and Fishing. ,r. ;ariing a Mendel.sohn program to he
.;ivY : to, the public soon.
.Mrs. Kehating arrived from Ocala Su:I-
(iay RiiZi;t. 1oland Keating care over
STEC'WART 'Aith her, but retturucd to his duties
..- -.\i,,hd v.
"i, FLORIDA I H. Vanderludrh. and %ife. of New-
S- rk, arrived S'aturday and joined Mr.
CRE E S T \an i'.rho!T' iparent.- at tile White

,riiu hv r, ,v.i i- Mr:-. Frank Urigg. and sister, Mrs. N1.
I- i.t it ila. .: :o--.-,.a: (lITi 'k,1.of Tullevtown, Pa., after spend-
Ia i iii. '
, 2.- 1 nr < %. iri, a few day:; t the \White lHouse. left
l.\'; to:, .1 o04 K I,-;.'- atlrtVay for points farther South.
S i). S. Ilubbtell, of New York, wa.-
s *Sena rz.tc-ttr, -rd aui the Sea-ide Intn veterda:y.
/orrida. -lr. N1 A. I,'A.Freeman, of -outh Frant-
ia -.tnr tur, : \ iigt' n. N. II., a guest of Mrs. (aora
P',wIH.'.,:', i. -pending a few days at Palm
a.. n; 1a I. jL :.Keach
.\h..l.~ .AttorL.ev 11. L. Morrow, A iic. and
S-I '. I 'I iill. S-,i'V.\ho hav' been pending borie
"*,, Mith Mrs. M,,rrow's sister, Mrs.
IA = PfiTTtFP i(',ra l ',ow,ll. on (;randview avenue,
S' UI .UL a,, t.. fr their Iiortleril horn..' at
ISE\:, Ci. Ft.T\ jA:,-.,r ,, o li.
howa


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Gently Broken.
%v r cvr a ling time In the far cor-
a' tilhe conservatory st -uiug. .
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E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
K:sc0l rt I l tt 'littI ,l t ,t f *II- I"- -. 1 ; 'I i' .
Thlroat Itld Na '-'.
Fourth Door West Postuffice
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: ROY HOWE, M. D.
S Physician and Surgeon
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SEABREEZE SANITARIUM,
OCEAN BOL LEVA D.
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C. C. BOIIANN(
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DANTONA. FLORIDA.


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EquAls An-
lmpqrta.J
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Suits Made to Order From S Up
All work done inside by.wbit6 belp.
CLOTHES CLEANED AND PRESSED
AT VKRY RERA1OYABLX PRICIS.
A m work called for and deltverTrd.


; S. FIELD
Formerly wt tiea Bre.., PMtb Awe.
and 3jst Stwet. Mew YVwk
LADIES' TAILOR,
107 N. Bech Street, NWr Norta C ,
DAYTONA. LA.
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I:. S. HALL
,Architect and Builder.


O)fficet 209 I'almctto Avenue

I1 >ator a. j 'lorida.


V, rv talilpw druft
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FOR SALE. p.m 12 ia. wi de;tlrg *
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Bicycle Livery. ATANTI M
Bicycle Supplies and Pt ai- ,,.o AH ApIilME MOTOR CAR (
Ip- I B. .\T, LT,,O: ..... t ,R
Comr. ad See. l1chsrith rand Calri.go* No. 8 Beach Street. I)aitona,
Ni,-M 's-.N -*.i\ ,, ,Shop in Conn ction,.
O4 4***O** OO GC I GO. A. FOYVE. Prorieto. r
DR. EDI)THE B. St iM -. o *I Automobiles and fiasoline E
; m ,. H Is;' ... D; ian;ond l ircs, B.t;,h *l;U4i;o.f.
B :. B ALLEY and Spark Plug.
STIU.4EE. IhARCH,nICTEC Discounts Allowed the T


* Secondhand Cars taken in part t .in;cnlt
* mo*o alO ,omo Ion no no n mO IO20


'a'a.,t uald. JAcLKSO~am1ILLI l-L4.


Accounts of Ch

Every cbild should have a
count. The child wh nb
early training in saving
will acquire a habit that
valuable in later years.

Responsibility of Starting a C"K

rests on those who love the chiM lh
offer the opportunity. Chil rms A
especially desired. Four per' cean
compounded quarterly paid in err
Department. Accounts may be a"
one dollar up.


The Merchants I$
A. D. MtcBRIDE, President. J. B. CONRAD I
F. N. CONRAD, Cashier.


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DAYTONA ICE COMPANY _


1 Our \Vagons make Trips DIdiy.
S- Sunday. to all parts ad
DAYTONA, SEABREEZE. OKt.;Ni) and DAYTONA I
Ice for Boats Delivered at any DIh.k Sacked or L4
OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant.


ICE


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Made from Disl-f,
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IWE ARE SOLE .A(EN I' FOR THE
Famous Royal Scarlet and Curtis Bros0

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SATOOA INr
| Oln t A Mt Beautiful Spot on the Halifax River
JMNM J. McQUIRE, Pprietor.
rW IUsWPEcTION. Rooms mAiRle or En Suite
IL bNouer in Florida. Table of the best of everytl
L Ten ft reasonable &a the service will permit, give


L Gaa*Gn in connection with the hotel.
--L Special arrangements will be made


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MAIG'NOEL' Forda
SOM Family hotel. All Modern Improvements.
GwWftb PIvWtp Botth%. wMtimiiiiAccommodations for 300 Gue
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~ HOTEL PERKINS J THE ELLINGTON T[
Openedl June I. 5159' Lir Wabash Ave. & Jacksom Iul.
UtW nd a WAHIc(-T(% ChSCAO.
CRTLAND, OREGON
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~c~c~ ii$150, 000
-f benet of the But#%hw",- said
l1(ftCt. HoouiNA -11 It 11 tl Not ai nold Running Water and Long
&Ad $tItg 1 I. At i lid Itoistan" 'Phones in lU lRoo I$.
04Smm pbon'-% Iit,'. r\ r % iai r: r Swit. mt i inst a.
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Almost New Reo Runabout,
%'ith tFolding Back
Seat.
\ II Ik' F AR PEOPLE A I YWHEOE.
IN RKT-CLASS CONDITION.


I Gas Iights Geneia-


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sold at very low figure.


S The Modern h v hbr wold's reord. for dpe
M h I *ia every recuring a. 1eo.k n *
Augm thebW t, Ote fastest and the T
Seven W onders .Jwd daay paa de and the big
t.J jow b free as the pure arteia
D Day 95 i isin-_- t;O Baeech. water from the thousand flowing wells. Numbs" r
It is a continuous show with constantly S d Sd(
her incomparable beach. No one who shifting scene. You will probably catch
NMIr@ ever t foot upon its smooth, packed the spirit ad when you do the roads Among the late arrive ast a4Smidtt's
Islands; no one who ever pedaled a bi- and the beach are yours The Florida Hotel were: G. H. McG St. Au- u
S ccle over its expane; noonewhoever sunshine is free, the balmy ocean gustine; CM. Carrier, Buffalo; J. C. a
c drove a prancing pair of horses and list- breeze are free, the birds and squirrels Bates, Savannah; Fred C. Holmes A. V G Q
eced to the popping of their steel shoes and flowers are free, the sparkling Andrews, New York, and Jeme L 2 t
Iupo its asphaltum-like face; no one fountain water is free and you will have Browne, Philadelphia. to
who ever steered a high-power automQ- to go down In your wallet only for coin -
bile down the broad stretch of wave- for the auto and bed and board. The
wit washed and surf -packed sand but real- This ia no fanciful picture; it's all The Ridgwood.
thing ised that i is a world-beuter, a world- here. It Is drawing other thousands Among the arrivalsb at The Ridgewood a
Son wonder. Go stand upon this wide and h.4ding them enthralled, it will on Monday were: William I. Phillips, *
speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and hold vou. Come and see. Jacksonville; Mrs. C. C. Newton, Phila-'
4 by in joyous mood, and answer whether delpbia; W. S. Booton, wife and baby, i!
y this is not one of the seven modern Louisville; Mrs. C. Tyler, Boston, and'
wonders. E. J. Dickey, Atlanta
Th Pl Pcd v a -- iSo *
SWhere think you is water with more IU '' 1
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a on S t A The Prince George.
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta- The following arrived yesterday at aG
g tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve- a Kodak Shop.- The Prince George: George Van Home
randa's looking out upon her bosom Boston; Mrs. Granville P. Rose, Mrs. '
gamey food fishes in countless numbers We not Portrait Artists, no Granville P. Rose, Jr. William D. Rose, mR
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod are we Art Dealers but 10 years J. P. Rose, Miss El Rose, ashville
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck of close attention to the KODAK- Rose, iss Ella N. Rose, ahvil
,and coot and snowy-wind sea birds, ERS needs has won for us the E. T Hunt, |orcester, Maus.
which sit about as if for the sport of enviable reputation of being
bobbing upon her waves; watch that I T |l .l4IIHFD 0 The D.
o@e lubberly old white headed p lican pc-.h ISTn l CLAOSS FINISHERSO, e span4.
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk str.g- Anyone desiring good work and Among the arrivals at The Despland I
|. gling upward with his floundering load strict attention paid to their or- 0 yesterday were the following: Mr. and I
he snatched from the water. i ders for Developing and Printing, Mrs. Henry Steinbrenner, Mis Stein- 4
Pots- 0 See the beautiful launches, spick and will get it at LESESNE'S KODAK brenrner, Cleveland; J. C. Kendner, Miss!
neS @;span, their hampers and lockers bulging 0 PLACE, the only shop in town Kendner, Pittsburg; Major and Mrs. '
S with refreshments both solid an liquid that makes the Kodak Work a Downing, Middleport, 0.; A. E. Bodg--4
.-.. ready for a cruise upon her beautiful Specialty. a wife and daughter. Binglampton
... surface Take out your field glass and ; All work finished in 24 hours, 12 N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stevens, and 4
I-a sweep the river from Ormond bridge to hours if necessary. Miss M. A. Stephens, New York.
Whether the Halifax isn't a thing of i
I beauty and a joy forever, and one of Palm Beach otel.
ests the modern wonders. R
11u,- f The Ectintindly Picturelue P go Beach, Fla., is having a good season
: Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest .,f 'Btuch street, n.var :k Ave.. The place and grounds of this large
@ a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, Is DAYTONA. FLORIDA. I modern and moderate-rate hotel never
and the wide-spreading branches of themoa
a d th wid-spreading branches of the imr looked so beautiful as this year, much
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their _. money and time having been spent on :
giant arms across this magnificent vista, it since last year. The Palm Beach-!
forming an arch, and from these extend-D a Dytona lands rihtat the
g ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
dock of Hotel Palm Beach, where every
g sway as the trade winds from tropic seas one seems satsfed to pend their tim T
fan them. InAking straight ahead down [while at the resort for it is handy for
nos this white shell street one*has the im- Iaagae. ard the only hotel of moderate
pression of a fairy path with elfi'.h dra- r:tcs II the resort proper.
1@**9 series. but as you move along and cast
g an eye first to the right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage homes mow Saratoga Inn.
0 in the most de-lightful settings.
in the most delightful seItings J Mills as brightened up is The Saratoga Inn presents a very an-
S Surpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage tomnes. ,auItolile itli a coat of red paint. imited appearance now and promises
I No one of Daytona's attractions, per- henceforth to give new life to South


hapa commands more nearly universal T I DMl'II.: E"1,l (. IIAI:IK.+--I( IIr
attention and praise than does the artis- cvylinder Stevenis-Dul)uryea. hoir r
tic cottage. The owners of thesecharm- j t'ip, call Mor-ani Hohuse, i llIii.I>n 1 '.
ing villas hail from every corner of the
country and they bring their own archi- I Logan awl wife, and Miss
tectural plans and build upon them,and i lin, from (CotTevville. Kas. and
as the architecture of one section of the Iguests at the I'arkinstn t i hise,
country differs from the architecture of made the New Smyrna trip Fridlay
another so do our homes differ in out-, IYy autollobilte


ward appearance and structural beauty
rromn one another. There are nonmonoto-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What next''"
Streets lnd Pmaements the Most and BEst.
Why the Architect tf tihe niver.-e
chose to give to Daytona the timost ad-
mirable, the nimot picturc.s-ue na-tural
setting of all tile citiess if the tSouth is
not revealed but that miuch is a faict
must be apparent to tthe Ino.-t upertficLal
observer. \With such la\i-i t-\:altli ,f
natural beauty it l tct!ican in Lav.- tiinrg
for the hand of m(nal to givet thie little
finishing touchtls v\ltih ha\ brought
out the color,- iiti (iutlicnte. of th,' big
picture.
Man (lid all thin- in t i, liirng out tf
the streets ith th, ir HiL, IITargis of
parkage, the ctitr, ctv ,iiy HImn a
great park
And as f,,r 'a\' ,mientls, iavinetlitS
that look anid act like graiiitte.--\tlenT
else, btt\acttn tit- ea--,rri aiinl eastern n
seas art' i iitm iitties ill rpotirtion to
imhabititai t.-' ill m-ile unheiard-of
place rtmeprt iire tanti better. I 'aytollna
ttiro,- 'kit-%n the gautintlet to t i wvtI1d.
Squirrels. Ikmcr BtirdJ and ruits.
W hatvtt tr one .i.- ltin riitjiig al. .
hIowe\-r Iiiudilterrt tit ,1 1\ve i 'lius oiine
mllav b to iilany Iltillg,, tti IIt mre men-
tion of "S uirrel-s ;:i(d !lot.Trs. birds andi
fruits'" "ill send a thrill that i- rctlectted!
lu dlistended pupils anI pricked ear-.


Beach street. From its spacious ve-
randias a commanding view of the Hali
fax with its handsome yacht and
laiurches may hbe had. The following
are late arrivals at the Saratoga Inn
Mrs H. T. Moyer. Mrs. IH. IL. Ryan
tlantic (C'ity. N. J.; 1I. S. ;off, Chicago;
\V J \\Weaver, Canton, Ohio; Rev. P. E
I)uonnclly, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; G( W


The ars of th tna to ickev, St. Louis, Mo.; E. J. Hertfer-
The nar of th J. T. Sweeney, Saratoga Springs:
Transit (Co,,pa iv are bearing new j larrman I). Scvitts. Mrs. Harrman L)
signs, which real: "Daytona. Sea- itts, Master larrman D Sevitts,
bree:.e. Dayto-na Beach and Crystal Sch.nectady, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. (il-
heatre. or,.i Martha, G;a.; Mr. and Mrs. M.-
( .)ui [.,n acht Rowena.


'Ust receive D1ir SI(K'K rI l ia-
n,,,nd Tires -all sizes and styles.
Iluv your tircs here at New York
Prices, anl et them pumped up'
li e. Davtona .\uto Transit c('. tf
Nlev. Dr. Ge, E. Stckwell, late
i'rihil ition car'ndidate for ( Governor.
of New York Staite, caie over from
Sail Matteo, where he and Mrs.Stoc'-
well are oept'niria, the winter. fir a
Irief visit with friends in this c('it.
while enroute to New Smyrna an !
other ,taoints.
Suiting His Theory.
"W'h.'n I he.ar of a new the',r? ." ':tl
a scientist, 'l amu remil4ded "f tiii t\\,,
geololgsts. .At a certaltn sulltier re
sort oniie brilliant afternoon the .wiung-
er geol''glst from his bedroiin w it dlw
saw the older luan rolliln a great rot k
down the side of a mnountattl.
"lie Nuatched the work fi,r nearly
three hours. The old ge,,logist, thinu
iantd little anid vibite whiskered had a
hard tlie (if It to guide that rock al-
most is big as himself. But he per-
sev'tred lie g.t the rock down where
he \\;aittd it just a t the dinner bell
"'IThe ,iUlitger t't Llian said ti, hl l U n-
de lt:!.z v aI t diiinier:
\\'.>t \ ter .V y i, dingi \\ith that


Where Qess Is Most Popular.
(;ames may come and games way go,
butt chess bids fair never to lons Itd
lpuiultiriry. Nowhere else Is t o popu-
lar s it I.s in the village of Strobetk.
tnear Ilnlhtbertadt, in 1'russiaun Saxouy
Si,,ine time in the eleventh century
(otnrtt Guinnelln, held a prisoner iu a
stt ie tower In the village, amused
hltinse!f by carving a set of chessuieii
autil t.acthing the game to his Jailerrs.
'The tower, which still stand, is kuown
:is tlie ('hess tower. The Jailers taught
the g:lnte to, their friends, who were st'
1.'i.a,ed with It that they devoted all
their spare time to practice. Tl'hi de
llit Ir t '.hess continues to the present
itn stI r,ibek. Every person plays. Th
\ai!;te hotel Is called the Chtss tlin
tiuriamenllltstS are beld every year, and
1lizt-,s are given to the best players. If
11a VUllK ni:tma goes to alln adjoining vll
large f,.r a wife who cannot play che.n
he Itmust pay a fine. to be used toward
the 'exp~'ses of the next tournament.
This suht!e ordinance has spread a
ktiiwlIedge of the garle atiking the
y>ut(li ladies of n!l the sirrounrdiig vll
laigei.
Orchestral Oversights.
,T snare drummer happened to
'.i:. tit sehle'tl,,n that called for the u.e
,,f Iitaf a dozen or more Instrumnents


TIE CLARENDON
WR. FRED MAUHS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y.,
baa arrived with his corps of assistant and opened The Clanm-
on Bath Deprtment to the public.
Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths,
Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths,
Steam Masage,
iven at all hours by the very highest grade of Professionl Opera
rs. The only place south of Washington, DL. C., where baths
my be obtained.


HOTEL DESPLAND
Daytona, Florida

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


greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent.
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat.
Every Modern Convenience. Send for Booklet.


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