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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 4, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00304
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Phtlrl vrwy Evaiag Excpt Suday Duwa Dember, Jamulr, Fdbrury and March, a thle Prttit Winr Ieort in Florida.
Altered a& mo o-la matter ZDembewr 1, Mn, at te borakile at DOatoa. Fla 6,anw the Aet of Mars3 SU


DAYTONA. FLORID, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1909


15 Ceats p er Wk


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Oh"r SHOOVE It I. e HeMTIII NEI. C ARK | Right (Ots at -
-AClTE.CTH.BOVE R.nS. PterT |L| OPTOMETRIST Right Prices, I IA ro o.R T I
DIL A. XIA. M. D. !ARCHITECT, BUILDER and I PaRinig .
t"I I CONTRACTOR. Paper Hlaningop I a3 a^ i Dsmto Treat Yon ,R. 3 Salt Wter Pait.
2 essence and ^Ofice: Nortbee Decorating Let Us Be Ye Jewelaco
Cawor ner Ridgesood and V nolusla e 2MNLEye Ttd-Framn. it ROWE &CO. OllER-MOIR ..
.Telep"one n 9221 MA.GNOLIA AVENUE Ey. 0 ,-Fr Fitted L. H. RoWe & C.
a UU@d UUs n me o.u@_ ..O..f b u in m u.
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OSUMING


Of TN


JOY FOR SOME FOLKS.


GOV. HASKELL


IN WITH


FINAL PANEL. P


THE BUNCH.


JOHN





I


MYERS


IS THE


FIRSTT VICTIM


H Al Evetc Offers'Scoi;nr. Davidson County To
-r" Evwyme Of Find Good Jurors Who Don't f B
Taste. Know Anything. '

im TE a TEN E Wm ON THE JURY.

amII 5 Na'rm Msufficjqtrlv | *B RU Iit.-d PreiS.,
to tw taUste of everv- NASHVILLE, Tenn., Feb. 4.--Depu-
SUlli the city. l.t lli- tis are today scouring the country sun-
it may. For those nioning the final pauel of veniremen to
ar I-heel abIoult th emawld; bicvcly and murder trial. Lawyers are investigating
M-d hoerwkm. On the rumonR to the effect that certain persons
-lof6t o Lft at vour a" being approached and offered large .
eM anB beap popu- sums of money if they qualified and 1 8
e-fL up and down the wer accepted as j uror
ftk-d drawing cards on Juror Whitworth wa excused as ir-
competent after a three hours' wrangle--
SoSAl Mmeamthebridg between attorneys. Ten men are now
ftel If you like to hunt, on th jury.
-h mInto vie with ewCh
" a -- .1h ^ ^t div er eToL. *-AN
d pAr- AUTOS STOP AT TlE ELKS IN RANDOLPH'S
kf tl, 1 lMch and other
diL id in Dancing is rof
O at me and SARATOthGA INN NEW HOME. CREDENTIALS.
I W ra their pretentious o i ARATOGA INN
h at the various howtelris at I I t t It It
Sh Thle eLlkss hold their first nimeting in i Lditor I)aily ew:-
" Iot vaudeville is ,fTpered h I ternahional Automnl,,ile Iagle their new qtuart.rs, the (nrad flat to,- There hass Ie.n .iuiiy il i publi.-
_ an d evening at th, i prventative, N. I. Allenger, has ar- norrow evening, anjd Ianong other in>- way as ti" who I 111Ii and wl.:t a.. I
rg theatre and thi d with the Saratoga Inn, and this portent buslrne-u to di.),.-el of will was born in Ohil; mv ;,p.qrrts w v
9e1~,I drop in and r t Hni delightful tLostelrv is designated as the be the initiation of soni. nw candi-I among tlhe fi.-t tu settle ill th.. i.n iral
1 official stopping place, and headquarters daes. The wrk traf n the part (,fti,. M father a
PM M.MNyoeu have aI.v weilv- dates. The work- 4.. tr"eiiacyiit- tile P.trt ofOhio. My fatltir %xi. a vory
ll- fr all in.tbrs of this league. T at into suitable' lodgi. quarterss has gone promi ient man in that part of t l!. Sta,.t
ub and the Autoi houi, norea s lw tIurber ]o,(KtO, and is rap- ahead with )usin.:..-lik. !i;lipatch. anti and I, in my time, have bIen Iiirncor,l
t Auto l y easing gig memberhip. This e Elks will lat, e -, 1 ..l%-:q.po,,,tei by tih. people to ..v-ral pul ic trusts.
lnmdi~t lounging place's. arrangement, bIy which the Inn, as the home. I was j 'ltice of the pt.a(-' roin lsS4 t,
* f Mituary, and want to k(e j league's stopping place, and the Inn's 'l~0; was .l. ltUharpened and your itrttl!e Md, go to the public library, "ndi means a mutual pooling of interests iUtrntiwma .f I,..jtaerin li,trr.i-, I. \, -
Sqpend pla-sant and prnl.tt.A ,1 The Saratoga Inn becomes headquarters l as.Ai.tatt i ,n th iir.Lt, jtlL.'5s ,4I.,'
of all Ieague member. coming this way. ard r;( an ;aY that I i)1erf1r:!;.,i tn d tr-
b It is your spiritia; !-trnal ti and the members get the advantage of a l U I' s tti-fat'tori;y tt p.. ; ir... -t
*t to renew. The ch urc -s %. i 1 ('ni'ierc ial rate. i *] nd if ary ,'' -}lii IX.' t, rui;,
od evry" one give ,y.u :i '.tJili BN IrNi G ; ti i( r, ,linr me I ,iil< r,
te The Methodi.s's arr,, Ii It l r ti.ci t, -, iei of l ..t] : .-. fii !\
Sa revival service at i,a I I E CArAl i n the N.th..iit ltti' p iir.,.-
r ame of Palmetto a te1 A 1,A 1 .V.i,'i r fT t)o C.:ninn Il'las .IUtI.
and ronsit ,.r l .t,-- L O A AI.sIA tN.. I'. ,1 1 4 '--v, l t p I.l,,rn. I ,u' an... *,-.


$1--$ Tr Seventh I)ay A.'!.eati-:-
l rbeir tent pitcheel on Sc' ,:', :u\. -
uftk 'een Palmetto and P0.',i ,*

fd thee thin rt np'eal t,, \T
ow a ''grouch;" in tLi,
ihetter Iubcrih- fr I ,, II
I k doCn',t help you. yIu *, ,"
Weiw the editor. kn, k
:I, complain of te c, i" :I
at p ti ate ov~cr ntt'i .' e.r :i..'i',
w 'v-iC and I x,-,It;" \ i t -
mhteo,,l.


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A Wedding Party.
fl-,mmd McDonald, a ,r.,-;," r',,-
i l fruit grower of P ortt ra:;,..t,
f hAJihee Almancd, of t,'ste'::. re
I -marriage at the lat:,P ;m'".r
o'ma ing. rPturrninri t T ',,r-
II samen day, wlwrc, ti \ x t'
irbome.
aleDsi d si a brother >,f 12. I1.
of thb city. arid Tue -day:
Mr. d Mrs. I. H. Mc'l.,,.idi.,
AIM IYelvirgtoo and sc\v-ral e-ther
PII e, drove down to 'cort
4 0gve the young ,,ooIl' Ha
wm,, =


TO-NIGHT.


i


I'-: 1" Y '. C A. A. hold a meeting at
!., ,: i::t1 r .'1.i- cri the beach this even-
i'lr \k ith ileo," of business to abstorl
.,r ti ,n t,< -att'ntlion. It is onlv si\
e,-.k- yi',, tuil ti.e tihg race meet is dur
ti, ,(e pull.-di f1 f The intervening tina,,


stnsi are be-liv.e 1,i .i\, iurr t.l t
death ii a tire wHuii.i oIrki 'u!'t at miion
ttld y ii, theo "riii:u;4 i \\ ur lik. Th(-
entire fir,'' f,,r.o i- i'.. t :'.L r'e !:'


AMERICAN


MASQUERADING.


ll -:~eeti i d1)~an the t im.'to push mat-I
r( Vltth(lok toward the best AW',
gin. teattst rw aig ev ent, e've'r held i- n o" *'
1,4t tz14 kutwr:.e'iie ('iub aPnd e .tr'i uit1 M () aSO PA%
.*-* :~~k'1* S. gi'.aI~g h;. ilau a: 1al l' tt\
W~a:iirrgT :.I ). C !af-n; 1.- an'- tr
charged I !t_-%W!1
The Hand's Moonivht Lxcurtiion.
'ortignri mrtzi; v. f I
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e '! I m't -r- ~'' ~ IC~ K~ae:-y'' -f n K
r~~~~~~~r.~~~p r rb~tx.~ ~ta. ar.l atoaic ~ e tA i T IaI! L! 17 1, 1
V. aad the
4 lfo'.tever. ti-e I Denies Report.


'.~tr i.' fmft t .' prtv nila'! a vt rv

P~tA! t 5mU I )Im I *'I!af- t t


- 1184,955
857.130
- 63,155


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that 1. ) n:M
Ma'ur, '..A ~ V II /A
iriar-ch:~ *I t 1 I .' ,
old' in. %ru. H 'j'. ..
M r ,. Z ijlAf
Lot te. rd, ur Ltr I .


PORT ORANGE


PORT-A\ L. j i


a: i V lliarimim arla"Ie, IisI t fV
hc id.c'sSa'. imgs ..ItKink~ring t)i. M. %k.
S'pit i'r pr(tiate ji ud '_. u x pr'mf'--'n rinf
an'] W .11t I. I )'mumnran lIr -idcrut -if I'h
I o If -',l ;k- ( 'ar'I r. j it -in i I, S r *ty\ 'iA
Wc\. 'irltri 1J, braall k- (I- ,-,m 'v. t.e i~. r
w~iti h le'gladl tofi roire' 1uarlut'"0t
pr rni) ( u ihcmt p; oieo pe. .f c4ala' it,, 'mu ii ma-t I
cian guaranteed that If tiL. itt dI11j: Vi"
tufe'guerdindtu as well ias tI C
i wv'ya. I aall y Vw ith waet 1.ri, TIi.'
ne' 4, r u' c n amrin,--tit. m,'2I-U' fr f; :
V- rvr.-.'.,


THE S[I S ARE COE[BING

PASSED TWVO ON' WEDNESDAY,


Rifles and Stars both Make a L.it-
tlie (ain High School N\ ay


\head.





I. -eI .I, g mvT t o' f ~ '
(d %%I] f" ('r- : %-e u-r
an %N lo r. \ L r. 'v 't hIr; fur 1. v ..r~r \
I .- .
.Je u r. .'- I *;.Y'a I I :~ Ii '

II'a.:. 'a.m~ r~ l > :t

V.. r':' ina gL r..~'


Indicted for Alleged Conspiracy


to Defraud Government


in land Cases.


SfRIAL TO BE PUSHED THROUGH.


-Brinkerhoff in CIcualand Leader.


NECK IN



A NOOSE.
It Rt


i BY. I''nlt,.d Pre,!.. i
WBATIMOtHE, Feb. 4.-The casel .,,se'ih M. Ranier, the wealthy New,
iirker, who abducted Catherine Loerclh
tli e 1-year old daughter of his friend,
was presented to the grand jury today.
Indictments are expected tomorrow.
The penalty: upon conviction, is hanrl-
ing _


ROOSEVELTAN


CONSPIRACY.
I ('.I '..l t r


*, 1 lHlllK, ()ka 1.'b). 4.--A reoe:u-
tiIi \v:s t,,day lvpri)rpised in the I.rgisia-
tare triiteIutniciig th.e ndit tnitent of ( ;o -
t.r:lir tia.-k.ll in the land fraud cases ai
"ti, it,.ult of a conspiracy of Rooseveit
a: t I lHr.-rt to defame hiru The r,.e -
i'ii, "i'!t ove.r until toniirrow


THE CABINET


Auto Driver Took Daily News "Pe-
destrian" Rules Seriously and
Exercises His Prerogative

MARSHAL'S SECOND CIOSE CALL.
A


[By U'nltled 'r.-'.l Marshal John Myera read the rules
MUSKOGEE, Okla., Fe 4--Pre- governing movements of pedestrians in
liminaries in the fraud cases. tire- t ye rd Daily New but the rule
put out of the way and the a.lu:l! tri:,i Jye.' Daily News but the rules
begun with all possible speed. TI:i, i- didn't strike in on him with sufficient
the program of tlie Federal aurioritiets. force, and in consequence of his indiffer-
following the return of indictimneits fir nce he,. mas the first victim of an acci-
alleged conspiracy to d-frauid the gov-ht in a mix-up with
ernment in acquiring Indi:ian lan 1t- f 't He was caught in a mix-,p with
town lots. Ont' of the aHc'tc.i-ll is (;,\ ''"r' of the little Red Devils, this morn-
Haskell. Musko. v. is today breaitl i, ii,g. nnil an official funeral was narrowly
easier, now that the intditmenitsh liv avertedl The marshal's wheel came out
been returned. There %.as !ittie -
prise when llla-kes nanarm e % ianui. in the list. The sudden t-rntin:iti.n: .,t girl 'S big crazy hat, while Mr. Myers
the investigation was anl-o rermnrk-!d. himrnlf was rolled in the crushed marl,
In addition to Gov. la.kel! th'-r-i t- jjuit after the water wagon passed by,
dicted are: F. It. ve.rev, (;. IF. 1.';nIr n ,
W. T. Ihomnpson. A. ; Ilna!-l, .1,,. ld IEt i l, Iking like oneside of a pb-
\V. H 11 and Walter H. EI':t 'i.! i,-t-l<.h cottage on the west sile of the
.... .. .. .. railr', ad
O I I' T rir Br al s'ccm!' to be running a
I Iri of hair-hreath escape's. He had a
CONCERN TO BE UMita-Sing electric voltage shot through
his sy strmn at the Midway fire recently
dT ON FE T l n"ut alive, and now he comes
I)ut seor]d hest in an auto mix-up.
PUT ON FEET. It se,;!ns from the reports of bystan-
It ~ Itl-rs- th:.t the automobile driver lost his
ii, re, ;tt I,'a.t the marshal thought s),
N ,EW -',', or 1., would have stopped his nlmacine
tae oy b t an i, r -ivcn the marshal a safe distance; as
,taken t y by 1,. te, ir Miris rn it : te marshal no,t only was runr
Patrick J. hiern:iri, he ,f t it I* .lo)wv ith (an alarinenilv close- call, antl
Funding Co to e v'v'lv ;i ; '.vi w or(-i itra
the concern can be put on ir' ft. u uthishl was ruind.
the numerous 'atholicin.-tituti. ,n hirL. Jt,hn I I ebelhoer, whose runabout
did busine. with Kiern in ir,.te]. te!. struck Mr. Myers, says he was running
severalt confereticer were 11-,d(),;v l,.- ,inly about three nilles an hour and
ien receiver M.-,rri. :ii r., -V.!, i. '" rlin"t, up the street he noticed.
tives ,f cre.litor.- i,, tk;' t...v i ,- fr.nt f im ar
surninating plan-. rf i,, rin -Ple. ,f th.. -trce.t; Mr.
i. i .. -. turned r to the
,':,,: -+I. ,4 .f i :trtee tLefan. thirm kirg
i. i : j t .,"r ii tri a .,1 ,,li, n e g arl c ,'

: : :' t- t id rt and ay-' that
FOR ,' n ,t c ii-it-r i;elf to
f. : OR L .O L\ er- fr tte il':,ect,. t,, is
t 1i t v,. .R


WASIiINGi[N, Ii I IF.. -.,
Abosevelt told zf-% trW r:x I r- ,';:;,
W~ilh~arn mi eh. .Jr ,hs-, ~tri :. r~v. VN%
hi' next (I. tin f te
Yo rk. It a- e\pf cttO I I A
rt'n inated I v b 'y P -, -i.
tely after tfle a' r ia'rr. '


FOR NAGLE. NOTED PITCHER


\\ .-ll NGT N, Ob1. 4- Thu r.
:in'rrtni~uwomehat *a:- maade today.' h
1: q. a. *.t n ari%' v I Irt hlId, off Mis:..(urr,
that C 1ha~l' ~1. Nagle, of St. Iouul
i 1.' in the Taft hineqt, ither a:.
:- 4ef tIv ie Itth e I .at or ir mis Sc- revt ir'i

In. 4f tf t ihiotitjti t events f tAiO
.ia-tita oie'currtedl at thp hometof cMfr.
A\ I.. h. ker, I-,S'motath RidIgew(ofi
.1% r! rI]i" \\ W- eliI'dV evenainmg, At
Vum tin hvIar'mn(atler, alrm.Sua
1hi .it lwiiag lie-a 'mmth aminiver.au
K' \u'm-e'.'.e laid to'r twole'rip o~et.
a:k. t wi'o'f111 Ii mepa't. \ hich was
Sa hflicat'il, V aI i llo '..
it 1'. .' V iV ttiiigl'.' (ec'rato''i
4. c* 1 1


I HOLLY HILL


[tl MI, iiduyt NIla v, after
P~ ~ ~~n \L \.kr. i ui zhrter, I- 7fl( 1.


PASSES AWAY.

F N.
', r.a[- ,! I -- :, '* .
the arn u' ~ p.t, ..
('lark.oi, i at i;e ; ,if :. '. i :
player i, t.e I ,t I t i -


PROBING


A MURDER.


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Vote As It Stood Wednesday Evening
IN THE BRUSH & S F-OKID) 'l \N() CONTEST.


I) V~'1ONA


gLL Hih School
F EastCO. Star


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fry Ouis Ladles' F~mulshhgs.


LACNK EMBROIDERBM RIBBONSK NOTIONS, ETC.

McC&H's Patterns.


ANTh)NY BLOCK.


Telephone 10)


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BARNES
THE NOVELTY MAN
0 sou" Bo mb Satoo, Mtetm, Fla.


!Ua mf I tAIA
IN OLD ENGLISH BLUE

TIE NAl SE AT PINS,
Are The Latest Craze.
Ask to see them at Clark's
Jewelry Store.
OEO. H. CLARK ,k SS,
$- .


da* em ofd


Valentines
on exhibition at the

CURIO STORE.
Styles and prices to suit everybody

WALLACE


PARAS
Tokio shapes, etc., on Tmd i
and Saturday, Jan. 28th, 20t1 ai

THE PECR-HENdt IC
COR. BEACH AND MAONOLIA STS. DAY


I Ir7


$4.95


E WILL SELL

EANAN AND STITSON


8G.OO AND i7.00 SHOES


SAT 4-t.95.


Beach
Street.


WIlY PAY MIORE?.


ANTHONY BROS.


Who nri* n-ver
4,41ts41#'d
unI'%~. you are.


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

Hand Made Porto Rico


and Panama Hats

AT L OWV PRICES.


N. ELLA DEVOY & COMPANY,

No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,


---- 9 -------0-------------------- enseeme---eme


O 'S Ladies' Red Cross


and Children's Educator SHOES.


THE


BEACF STREET,


GLOBE


DAVTONA, FLA.


--------- ------u--msUmSIIUUSUUISIIUUI


'SEABREL;'E I ri, 4 -Ck. F. Burg-
man sfpynt part ,I( -Fy terday in brml-ndl
W'Vit. B Hatch -nId. a liu-riness tripi
t alatkae tI~tdav. v)jcli, r,,t,;m
U om- rro w.
A cenerent 1i i'd in
front AOf ttl Purcman rou'iderit I ;roportv
and offi(f, ta n( %%.J, iw Irtlinue all
a~enling L.Ixro' It. 'lii,.. k-Ir~!;i


Ni~r 1ti,I! N '. I l.: u off IIr : u-
ftborf,cfl A .*I n fa


U:% ans] of' 14 Nh- St. -
art's I t.I
A. A. Ai- tihig ("'1( *Idf I
on--i or, l'v *'r I I Mr. S Smut r If
('hin aid :> ie .1~ .~t r..rlt11e
i'il( grut-A'. I
TI.ho lun r l;a~z 'tt \ II f r 1'.. C ,
tr: dg''- ru i 1')(,:&j,, 1'krk La r '.
Mr and Mrs (o, I IP't-;. of f m,1
1,t'dg,,. Micd. ,. at] Mr a-Id Mr- 1. l~i-
k.-r, ,f L it sing.Ni%; 1.. rric .:i-t uv c ,
jand in'guj4t- ,f I' !- Gl-- iu .ti. Mn:-
S #:i- a (IiIa ght, r (fI r Nm P J I
L il't. olnIry IN' Y -t j
*Ti"N i i t Tt as hv- t1o. :,

er-.1 c'an le.> 'd
1 lang'-t sl-4fuc:-. ~;:V
iu!- Carrcrcf BuffalN- N .; ur( La:ised
I. I !, :l.-- o r 4 BuiV r and
Grnd u a% I r,,'jun wsfirct o.a ean front.
M r Ca 7 ri, r -nys 1, i rt't # rjf *-re (t i!:g a


Mn'. A ."11a larizf
l-d-c L :-' s5 i:-- Iurkn:,ard. c--
TIria 1~': ht 7 iC rr tIe I( naI.
fo't N~--BL'k ardi!\p 4 %tl .4b



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ANI) F!'PN!I C' 'I'TA( ;L;.


Everything Mlodern.
Homelike and Comfortable.
Directly on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.
$2 ,n1 1'i:1 IkAY AND lU

HORACE STEWART


l'AY-ON'A IQACII,


I DI L4lI PA',


SURF CREST


'I' 311". 4 2,4p r Id


MAe Yrincess Yssena
Shp,:ru r 'i. jr o n I



A A'A W I \W F: Its..Pro -1'7,


:THE WHITE HOUSE' COTTAGES,


i i -r ti(:1 I -t ii o i i i s t i t 7 \ ,.
.1 II1. f t -V \... I


Welcoming the Traveler. .S,-.- r,. .. r.i, I,
I have always had a g,._,d ,opinion of ,*I *T IiU IOIUIII--II
the enterprise iof the life Insurance 0


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A party of six drove up from New
; Smyrna Wednesday and took dinner
at The Myrtle Inn, on Myrtle ave.
"Stove wood, McClellan & Ed-'
wards, phone 123. tf


Col. and Mrs. R. M. Thompson
'arrived in the city from New York
Tuesday and went to the Ridge-
I wood to await the arrival of their
handsome houseboat, Evergladee,
but receiving word that she was
aground at some point down the
i river they departed by train Wed-
nesday afternoon to reach her from
the nearest place.
SSaratoga Inn Garage, cars stored
by day or week. Six-cylinder, seven-
passenger Welch and four-passenger
Elmore for charter, hour or trip.
Rates reasonable. tf
Mr. and Mrs. ('lark Warren and
infant, of White Plains, N. Y., ar-
rived 'Tuesday and joined Mrs.
Warren's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
D. Eckier. at The Riverside on
No,,rth Beach street Mr. and Mrs.
I S. Pettie and dauahlter, of Pat-
chojoue, L. 1.. were fellow passen-
g,.rs with Mr. and Mrs. Warren
aboard the steamship City of Sa-
vannah and all say they experienced
a very rough voyage caused by the
recent northwest storm.
I .Fl 1RErT-Large house, 14
rooms, situated at Silver Beach, near
automobile club house; bath. hot
and cold, hard and soft water; fur-
nished. Garage and servant's quar
tcr s. Rental, $3500 for season. In-
qitre of T. E. Fitzgerald, or any
<*'nt. tf


I)AYTONA BEACH, Feb. 4.-Mis
C'. I.. Horn left yesterday morning for
Chattanooga, Tenn.,in answer to a letttr
announcing the serious illness of her

hlie ,flicers of the Epworth League
;i.l tie (Lcurch trustees held a bustne~s
Fs,,i-n; at th parsonage, Monday night.
to c(,nsid,.r enlarging the church
.1. C. Butler yesterday closed a deal
with J. 1;. Garfi'eld, of Boston. for the
purn !i.' (,f ai lot on Eairl street, belong-
it; to) .iMr,. Ecith Brush-Shoemaker.
Mr. ;.trfij.ld is sorn of Dr. Garfield
t- ii-w ho<-n imi lhas recently been 'co:li-
;,>! t-d, <,n Palmetto avenue.
TIl'e Tuesday night dance, at the Ca-
:.i,,. niindt.r the auspices of the Dance
Cli;,. Aa a quite a pleasant and select
alfair.
C.. I.. Hl,rn is just completing a cement
sidewalk. (,r: Palmetto avenue, for Chas.
\\i!lso!n. u hi,'h includes an extension of
3.31i f,'tt. in I'almetto, from Seabreeze
;iav\l Ul. -oilth, a: S'on as A \'and'vorde
has: c':ip,'ltetd the walk in front of his
)'l:;,.i*:-T \", whicli is in course of construc-
ti ..:. A .\number of lots- have recently
bA- n tirchriha.-4d and cleared on this
.-tri ct. and just now it is taking the lead
in ;I. prir,\' e' t, ts.
Mi .- l),Dubltday, Aho ha.- tween spen.i-
i'g sriief tirite at the home of C. iH.
\\Jii!s,,. 1 ft y ?-terdav on the return
trip; t,, !iT.r hli>1,, at Binghaniptln, N.Y.
WV. S. lIentl"v. of Ithaca, N. Y., wtho
I- l,,king ;aft' r his orange intcrestl., at
Sat-u;r:.:t, 'ia.. cXpucts to \i.-it Mr. and(
.Mr-. ("',sirs in the near future.
\\ .A. Strigf',ilw, of Sanford. arri( d
in!1 iir Inst right, and was r'egi-t-
S4r,.41 :,t thie IPhitons Beach H',t,-;.
\\:'i:.2r H. I)Dnisoi, of New Le.r,-i' ,
Slnb.. and C. A M.Il., (f Jacksonville.
r, Li-t, r#,'. at the SCra:iie Inn last ni'i!t
Mr-. Shizrnan Lhs arrived from ('Chi-
S:1'i.'. ii "iid spn nd thr wintr.r wit!; h (t
1 r,':,! t:, .:. the IP ers-on c.,ttage.


810rra Leons.
Sit-rra Leoet--known to fame ua "thL
wti:e' man's grave"--vlewed frinn the
decLk of an lnIncomilg steamer plrestrs
an alpearin'-e distinctly attravttl e. As


THE iAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Published every evening. excepIt Min-
day, from Decemhbr 1 to April I. by
THE GAZETTIE-NEWM ').
T. K. FITZOGRALD. Edltor-MItiina,'r.
L,. 4'.< l)ARKE. 'City Ed(itor.
C. 9. HARRIa. (irculttlon M.,Ili:i;. r.
G(io. F. (C'orcH. nup-rlntnitl' it.
intr di a ns second-cltla.- ilttt.r I,,*-
CeinlItr 1. 114M. ii t ih,- i,.-totcfl. ,t
laytona,. Flin. un(lTtr tih. t ,of
Ma'reh .1. iKV.



ADuSINEs AND
PROFES-SIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


A L
F. W. POPE
SAttorney and Counsellor at
* Law. n
* Practice in 4tate an(i F'deral 4'c,urt-
* OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE. n
Telephone "t

T. E. Fitzgerald F. .'a.
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at L[a.
Special Facilities for Exaniining I.mi
Perfecting Land Tlitles.
Office in Conrad Building. '1'otne I-

0i. A. KLOCK, M. I).,
S PHYSICIAN AND SLRMiEo) S
A .mpchitdA tl w ith K. M. Ferguson. 1 I.




E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.

Fourth L Kr 1" st Pot'.1ffke


S OY H OWE, 1).
SPhysician and Surgeon

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SEABREEZE


SANITARIUM


OCEAN 11)1LE%'. AWl
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DR. F. i. HOUGiHTON
* 0
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H. EUGENE JO()HNSON.


Bicycle Livery.
S' ir l : .
Bicycle Supplies and k'pair-.
Come and See.


IM. SHUFRO, THE BOSTON
A. SH.1URTAILOR,
Beach ad Myrtle Strts.
Suits Made to Order From $18 Up.
All work done inside by white help.
CLOTHES CLEANED AND PRESSED
\Tr )'ItY KE"tKO4AHAILE PRICeKS.
All work (call-d for nnd d-llv-rtdl.


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I.. S. HALL
Architect Ond BUildedr.
()tiite 209 Palmetto Avenue
I )fwitont-A. I 1 ridfd. -


FOR SALE* rJ-1 1-2 ft. %% idee.
t : .11_ f 'I I I o dit 4
W. C. HOWES, H


Local A (ye nit Wanted.,


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FOR CHAIRTER Pleasure Yacht;
"LU--CILE."
1 fooIt iift-.r


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B, -Hrt4 hE
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Reed Cha


K ODAK LRll
I)t:%c'oping, PrintingF N T
and[Film Supplies= -mBINGHAM

Don't I ad t,


~nderson 6 Clarkoi
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AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JANUARY 2n


RESOURCES


Ltmis and Discounts i5 14


S;dx'ks and Bonds


SOverdrafts ..
Banking House a,,'l
F-'ixtire V. (' II
.8,1i*;;7 13
IDaytv.i:, 1 -,271 -.:I
Real Estate .......
Collection Acc, unt
Cash on hand andl
in Bank....


LIABil
1. I;7 (Capital Stock ........


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vidi~ell Prof~its1...


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THE BEE Hi
Dry Goods,
Ladies' and Gent's Furnisbings, Sl
J. W. FULGHAM, Nwlfti


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iE E',IPORIU.1 OF !


i IALEY CO;jlE
t, z-, Pia., ikct4 n ana i3 es


ICE


A\hslutedv Pur--
%lade from DIt
\\ ater.


tO our \\'a.ons make Trips D)lly, l
-'-- St'nda\. too all parts o
DAYTONA, SE.ABREFZ[Z:. (PKtM4!\l and I)D.\TONA li
Ice for Boats Deli,.ered at an,. !.k Sacked or, LA
OFFICE-R-ear of Schantz Plant. P


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IT STOl li To the Trade Who like Goo
HF P Proprietor. iW E ARE FR TE
-*. Famous Royal Scarlet and Curtis Bros.

aacuse. ',, ;.,I ,: A d, I.ike I'. .' 1 .rnui -\cc 'ever
*Ko\B' t' .\dverL t .i.c I nit.A \\% S, t1,\ ."
,, ,CALL AND. .l 'T ;- :- :{;t IE Pw-
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ti"tCK N1i rU AlIT [PAINS.
I hr I NI -rFII\ It IN DA.N1 4
ilackhmith and Craplia
shop in Cc'nnectinn.
i GF-O. A. FOYE. Proprieto



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SI ATLANTIC MOTOR CAR CONS

a No. 8Beachh S-trcet. I )zi tona. Fla.

I]! .Automobiles and 6iaSoline Engine,



Discounts Allowed the Tra4.
*aond han- Cpar, taken IniL.i'r t ito Nw 61s
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VOI. 'SI A COI)I 'NTY
III LA. nD. FI'O.IDA. AND

M*IERCIIAN'TS" BAN
IDA"rIr(ISA. rFIMIDA.


S. FELD
Foruaerly wth Hess B.re., Fifth Ave.
and 3jst Street. New Yorkl
I.ADIES' TAILOR,
107 N. Beach Street, Near NIth Crnl.
DAYTONA. FLA.
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Ik-al Fu h and will
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CcKKitAumb co.
ORLA MDO, FLA.

Agmat feote


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S CO"TAGE AVE.
SMerchant Tailoring a Specialty
SAUll work done by experienced
white workmen and (guaranteed
first class. We do Cleaning,
SPreming Altering and Repair.
SIng for diex and Gentlemen.
* Work called for and delivered.
* PHONE 28


EL DIXIE.......
TflUSVILLE-ON-TIE-INDIAN-RIVER, FLA. The Modern
elms Newly Furnished River-view Rooms. Running Hot and
Cold Water. White Service C .r W
7S.000 A"s W *ttin plrs r--. S Ieven Wu (
4 ;un. ulde, @tall and Powr Bouts,.
J pd y. T'. Tr I I'l\: I, it M.'vh, you rgllt.
GeII!N & GALE, Peprlctqr.s Doytoru's Incomprable C


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,ARATOGA INN
stod in the Most Beautiful Spot on the Halifax River.
JOHN J. McOULIRE, Proprietor.


lYE INVITE INSPECTION. loMn Single or En Suite with
Bath. No better in Florida. Table of the best of everything
glm-im. Terms a reasonable as the ser, ice 1 II permit, given on
ikamion.
A FUrST-CLAhsS GAI(; in connection with the hotel Storage by
&I y or week. Special arrangements'. will bt, made with guests
; HHotW.


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)nders

kcean Beach.


I4 One of Daytona s crowning glories is
her incomparable 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-
Swashed and surf-packed sand but real-
ized that it is a world-beater, a world-
wonder. (;o stand upon this wide
# speedway and see the happy souls flit
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
I th.s is nint nne o te v tics\n Todrnm


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NIannapolis t
wwwo" LwWg Sbie Trees. *0
Sm... f suA to Se PEW DAV. we
AL 3 A1TUN NVWIC.KI. 5
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Irn e71 World, r' Hotel Palm Beach. )
ltb Vern. MOv lt 1j!-- S n -x nFtmou' *Potn
"GeL'dt6ma. Wb~tU(\ O 'o '.;'llc d .~ .j.i r.\ rit.Ll II~
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St. Augustine,
OLI OIIA. Florida.
Select Family Hotel. All Modern Improvements.
VMtr y"fts with Prt. i IvIiI4 B,! IiI AccCmmcdatlons for 300 Guests
Heat.. Klownwrt)r. n%.
~ft 16 *.goANDUPW'ARID PERDIA W! I T- f,, I1--
Sp*LW Weekly..
PALMER R MACDIOI ILL.. Propriretw.
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soso 0690soms"om s ooosU
some 640 no memo so some 0*0

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VlrrH ad Wln
PORTLAND, OREOWN'S
lThr litpbo, Cit % ,
0Imrm sLor) at Moderte iPairs.


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ft Ing WiLstrict. i llmont'%kl ,thIm It
"t Slt and hltt'ivl" Lovir
dlstenet I~hi.!~t lit *'. i'rs I ''sitil
to TouritI and ci iii''iirui,
Icuropean Platt 1112m. -. I
A ~-Look let,
1 OTEL CO.. Proprietorq
W. #0 Aprn, MHIInLCgi


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THE WELINGTON HOTEI[ i
COr. %%abash \~e. & Jackson Boul. 9
CHICAGO I


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p~ ~ $1 50,0
Mt1. and O.d P inning Water and Long
i-than.- e I'Ptinc, in all WtwnU4.

- hii H;kI '.:ed Ii
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"-IT PAY TO DELAB. j Automobile ForSale


Break up that Cold


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Almost Nc.R Reo Runabout.
,,ith I'olding Back
Seat.
V.1 ill I 0' .w PU1OP-F : AV. %H EPE.


CENTRAL

i AUTOMOBILE


(PA d lpi


THE DAYTONA
BICYCLE LIVERY

BICYCLES RENTED
Br the Hour. Day. Week or Mouth..


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S--AGENT IqR-
3 | Columbia Racycle,
a 5 Iver Johnson and
S. B. GREEN | I National Wheels
Proprietor 22' 8outlh Beach Street
3 3 Opposite Yacht Club
inU'~u-uuI~nlmuem..u eueueuInusuuiminmmuH~m


The Fastet Auto And The PFest Out.
Here is where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season.
Autos the biggest, the fastest and the
finest are on daily parade and the big
show is as free as the pure artesian
water from the thousand flowing wells.
It is a continuous show with constantly
shifting scene. You will probably catch
the spirit and when you do tile roads
and the beach are yours The Florida
sunshine is free, the balmy ocean
breezes are free, the birds and squirrels
and -flowern are free, the sparkling
fountain water is free and you will have
to go down in your wallet only for coin
for the auto and bed and board.
This is no fanciful picture; it's all
here. It is drawing other thousands
and h ,lding them enthralled, it will
charm and hold you. Come and see.


..... OOO UOUOO SO.OO .ONOOIO
wonders. U .
The Placid. Pellucid Hallfax River.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings'.' Nearly a t mr c t
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta- .
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-'s a Kodak Shop.U=21=
randa's looking out tpon her bosom. '
ame food fis in unte nume are not Portrait Artists, nor
gamey food fishes in countless numbers ""
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod are we Art Ialers but 10 years
and reel; her losom flecked with luck of close attention to the KOD)AK-
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, 0 ERS needs has won for us the :
which sit about as if for the sport of 0 enviable reputation of being
bobbing upon her waves; watch that 1rnC UI A nIIUInRUF
lubberly old white headed pt lican peC-'.h a lRST LAM3 rIInfl K.
a fat mullet, and that tfiih hawk eti .g- a Anyone desiring good work and
gling upward with his floundering load' strict attention paid to their or-
he snatched from tile water. 0 ders for Developing and Printing.
See the beautiful launches, spick and 0 will get it at LESESNE'S KOI)AK
span, their hampers and lockers bulging PLACE, the only shop in town
with refreshments both solid an liquid that makes the Kodak Work a
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful Specialty.
surface Take out your tield glass and All work finished in 2-1 hours, 12
sweep the river from Ornidt bridge to 0 hours if necessary.
Pont'c Park light house, then say j
whether the Hlalifax isn't a thing of H
beauty and a joy forever, and one of R1 1 |. ESESN Ei
the modern wonders.
The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridgewood. 0 Eastman Kodak Dealer,
RIidgewo d \av'nuc is upi n t e rcrest if 1.-t.a i Mtr-t, innIr :l A ,..
a broad ridg,. straight as the ('row flies, DAYTONA. LORIDA.
and th,. wide,-spr.eading bra:ncli.s of the 0 0
ihcavv-truiikd li\ -(oaks .xtcend their
giant ari.s across this xiignifliutnit vista,0
forming an arch, and from the-i c.xtien-.d-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish Ilimoss i
swav as the trade winds from troplic sea (-
fan them. I~ooking: tiail-ht :iti tdo J ',a I O
thf i. whitn' .shell stri,'t tn, t :s tl, 1.i- i--n-
pression of a fairy ,,th ditth iti-h peries bt ut as- t flnif ~\ -- 2 r at

it'ft you i ,' e ultI1 llI 2til ,t I et 5' -
in th 'e ltst It lido fl i it f:,-..


surpassingg Icaut% of ur Cottal. hoomlr.

hapi cnmttllthu- :. I..
attentit n l ll a ;lI i:- It s -

ing v'illas I'lL fristi \1 :fr x tf
counirv1 i' I20w%.
t('('turtil .i JL11s-- i' i1 1''
a:s th 1tziruhit#ittt n I:,, I
arlo(theCT 'uI 1' ll ,' ts' ii f111 oit, h -
wsuardl ltliwar.i'Su i tttd 'S-'i Iii .'r.kl I taioy
fruilItt ('11 ff. 'tis II T h'lis ;0 'r fI)' 1S!1"('Imt if
nocus roisiss(of -tTIt kiiuu.:1Y -1,11istu 111dsur
but tihe e\'t', aW. it --v- p- 1'', is- treated
to,( a kalt'di sissj a ('l1lt "t' isO1w k'cpjs-
the nijind wonderHig" \\% [at IA-t''


Streets and m'acments the M,,st and lest.



setting uf all tli:" ut. A- c'i tIL ,'utl!. i-
nott ri v-:. i hd litt that I 11('!l i. at fLa t
nius-t he' :tappar',t t t(. lilnt't s-upt'r lual
o,s,>er\vcr. \\itt such li%\ o ,d \valhl of
natural bea)'i ik 1 (atia' aln easy thin-,
for the hand of nian t, ,i\. the littlel
fiii:hing ti U I:, S %' ,i l a i bt ,, ht
o u t lti t' a,,' : t: (; i tii;:w ;,-s ,A f tI!,,' b ig
picture
M an iid i tl.:10 1 1 '.: i 1.0\ i; ti t .'f
the stre tt" \\ith tir;1 \i, !'[: : in,- ,f
parkagc., ti I'Il 'y I1' ', ':,- a
great park
And as !* ,r i, ia itr i t: p,.it i,\ r1i t.-
that lock andi it I !Lk' gr.if,<,.-- Xii<
els' lt t\(\'Iin tIL e:I .'- 1 r i attra i wl ',-!t .: is arc .- in a y ,' i wi" si i l iT [ 'I>'ll,'ill; tio

plh uI' rI- )t rts.- top )r' ,i i 't ,tt, n, 1 :iytr. li
tLr',,-\\ ii,~ thri th i:, :.ti't t '1,' w ,i ii d.
Squirrel's. i'[oHer.. Itird.s and I ruits.


~!,Iv I f( I f I ii\-t( cit izens aire
u/ I''l vc'r tet j o I slj 'i II as TI-
iLet her tliIll,' tllng Mayir will ie
i it iht' he s.Jary '
f'r ihe flicue,(t 'i-iw ith1tlilt- let"-' st
\\ill lhe Iisa t Ii It h lrilts s tilt-

IL'ar r" Ici'li I v. s ItI-2'

Iv (air tirv hiert:t N ov
t'i' re. and 'get t hem jaim iup
. I I )a. I )a % t, Auto ''rnsit '. Ift
Manager K..L. I 0. 4 In, of !IwI ,
trick h41t I[lant. s iV-, that I'; itu1 ir
] 19lats 1 ri is'if he' I f( r at flt IIJ,-t fiI t t'
Ing (wt tii let' ei(1t y c 111 i I \\ I ill 1-c iiI
-tIlled at aolA ravdy fo. r uflist .Ihllday
flight at the (Ji ",' 't'' i of b thl isl'

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NEWS OF THE HOTELS


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The Prince George.
The following guests arrived yester- -
day at The Prince George: W. T. Van-
Bockerech, New York; Mins E. H. Clem- *
ent, Ocean Grove, N. J.; Mrs. J L. Wol- S
calt, Dover, Del ; D. H. Clark and wife,
Punxsutawney, Pa.


The Despland.
D. J. Packoff and wife, Newark, N.
J.; E. E. Kent and wife, Syracuse, N.
Y.; Mr. and Mrs. C. Pegler, Cleveland;
C. C. (arrison H. H. Rucen, Jensen;
Charles Strebel and wife, Cincinnati;
Mrs. Charles N Brown, Mrs. Win. M.
Hoffer, Jamestown. N. V.


The Ridgewood.


Stafford Phillips and wife, Columbus
Ohio; T. H. Deverveux and wife, Min-
neapolis Minn.; George N. Damm, Miss
May IDamm, Leommler, Md. are recent
arrivals at The Ridgewood.
L. 0. Smith, of Philadelphia, a guest
at Thp Ridgewood, has his machine
here and every day makes excursions to
surrounding towns.
Mr. Peerless, of Mi'waukee, also has
his car here and frequently takes parties
o(f house guests for trips to nearby vil-
1 ug es.

Schmidt's Hotel.
The Wednesday arrivalN at Schmidt's
lHotel were: S. Laupheimer, Baltimore;
Miss B. \V. Owen, New York; A. Miles,
Jacksonville; W. A. Coleman, Troy, N.
Y.; J. C. Steinel, Jr., Battle Crcek,
Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. D. D. O'Keifer, Chi.
cago; 11. I. Hmnkle, Atlanta; Egford
Bly, attorney, of DeLand, and Miss W.
Owen Gaudy, of Ft. Wayne, Ind.
F. Bechtler and wife, of Pittsburg.
who have been at Schmidt's llotel for
some days, left this morning for a trip
t,, ('uba After a ten days' visit there
thty will return to Schmidt's Hotel for
tlhe balance of the sea-on. Mr. Hecht-
lir i.- :a piano nuanufacturer.

Snubbing a Snob.
J1is41ill, the (;:ts.onl poet and harbor,
,ii' (t' rte:ittdl a rich snobt) to, the sunub
liu hr h -s, ,-cre dl. Jasiil. liadl lhth4-i
ri'itit iz hll.. poilst for the tenetit of
tlhe' p,,,r aiid had afterward itt'IlI es
','rii'l ini irlliphinl lrtrocessloi to hi-',
I'ti l Ntxt itnirillri while he wits st!ll
i: li,'tl tii one knckedl at tlie do,,r
;1;'A :i \ lil:;ir na ol>,4, e terie d' l nld IIn
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N%- ;it w i. ,, ., f,,r I i'ini prrssed f,,r
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I 1. 1 if1', sir. I sim iv fr pay onlt%
"<'4';::''. riii icu ,,i are Jestlihi I
('.t..1-,r 1,puti off Make your hargie
\\ !i, r \,oi lik,, lint shi\Oav file."
".\rA:lin I ,viy, sir. It Is Inlmos-tli'."
"''I,"' lipssitIlNi Isn't It y,our
"I t 1-. ftiHt t tlNs no;)-ii t I HillI n'ot
f ... ,! *~' t,. ,x tr, I ,, It '"
I': spit' f renewed birlt,'_ .iti etln
", t,!,. .:i tIrlS r.tna li in:'i'>,itlrtr, w .tnt away iihav.d

Cricket Fighting.
('rik, it ti hlittitng, a at tlional p,,rt it,
thi' ('t'lest I ll K tigdii, Is odd ti, s t'
Sr!'.its are trairnel. They are exer
;'-,l ,IiAnil di'tt'd, and dally,I -'fre a
wiln' It. hsinill'r. weaker rickets are op-
it-.d to t hf!ii that they may wo ,rk out
fr t Pir'tl'.Ilv't' gpood tiglhting sMystems
In lu;tfht'hs the lettlng Is very high.
]rh., i'hllin.se, iwho a re tremendous garn-
l,,.-, < ,ftin I ,s'c fortunimes over crl''kets,
i-t .tt'rti -aIlilfllohnlres lose fortunes
'%-r r:,i' hor-ses. A go<- c,'ricket fight
^i'; i;ist lialf an humr. 'he op(posilng
ri,-k's.(, e:alh In a tul,. like a pox stall
tre dir,,llpsped Into a r!lg with a wal!
:ir ,iiil It niltit six ln,'ho's hlgh. A
'"tiiittlht fait to %in must throw his ri
s:ti ', or this w'll ,'lean out of the ring.
rfi:. l,,3ls ;arie rung by the .teonds.


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THE CLARENDON i
MH. FRED MAUIIS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y.,
has arrived with his corps of assistants andl opened The Claren- U
don Bath Department to the public.
Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths,
Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths,
Steam Massage,
Given at all hours by the very highest grade of Professional Opera- a
tors. The only place south of Washington, D. C., where these baths a
may be obtained.


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Daytona, Florida

Open for Season 19o8-9.
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JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

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C':d Roman Laws.
The old louian laws, according to
f'oli,:houn. conferr-d on the husband
ci;:nl !ete empery ever the wife. All
I-he owned or earned was vested in
hiini. and lie acquired the same rights
over her person and property as If she
were his natural daughter. The wife,
on the other band. acquired all the
rlilhts to a child and to her husband's
name and succession In the event of
a.t IntesT:ate estate. and she could exer-
t !e all the privileges to which her sex
adimiitted. The power of the ancient
lomiin fa!ltir oye,: his offspring was
,,risii:i.!y peret ial. nor could the
child i.e (c:lancilited from the fa-
thitr' control dnriPig the father's life
ex. ept 1iy that I,-.rent's consent, nor
did lie lM-.-.ile sul jurts until the fa-
ther i'deing hlmst-,f sui Juris) died.
,% h-n the son war s (tiemancipated by the
simple opelfition oc" the law. In those
brav'- days the father had legal per-
mission to scourge his children or to
csend< theru. fettc'ed like slaves, to
work cn his estate -r even to kill them.
(!h.o-inz wLhat.soexer means for their
takii,,- off he thoui:ht proper.
How the B'-alrr:aic Cleans His Teeth.
'.: t!" i n i. 5-;i;,!.: -i : !Pa8 is hisi te; tl
be nle.st I1- a 'niai t\\ I .'icut froim oiif
t a nu ,:ni0l'er of c tt-iin tr.,es. and Iw
fore he' cuts Jt lhe must make Lis ar'!
knr:uow te the g,.d- of the Wo',lds, Iit
:.nusti n,, !niiluige n this cieanly L:itlt
e' ,ry dAy. H' mniust alcstain e.:n the
sixth. the eighth. the ninth, the four
tc.u:!h. the fifteenth and the la.-t da?
of the moon, on tie days of new and
full m oon. on tht. Tuesday In, e(er.
we under which he Nas born. o.,n the da%
of the week an lloihilhi whi'h c,,rrt l j i '"d ilh it th,-es (o.
his birth, at an e< i,-,, at the- ,otuj';it
tion of the plant s. :t T h: ic o ';ii 'ox '
and other un!Cuck. *1'-,k lJ! h inl aI 'o 0'
the anniversary there r cntli of tLis fa
their or mother. y ,:ne* wlio, ('Illii
his teeth w;th his Ilet of sti-k o:i HUa
(of the alove mntelllntoed dayIs Nil ha\
hell as hs ,portion --"I!ndeo Man
ner-s.." 1,y Able Iiuleois.
Hit Conundrum.
"What 1 thel differoric-'." anskcd the
man lth Tlt.h cri'ati.- op eltrows, "L'-
tw-een a tal.: strict man Tihose wife
i.c;s juri hased f, r him a Ipa:e lilnk
M ,. 'ki;ig j:i. iAt i:ll yv iCII f.1 I);:t -
,:l f:l .-..'-l, t th!it -s utterly out cf c <,in-
'c 'i-!;' rc.:I, h nt a dry gcwls store
!'i!, in ;ie aftine'rtto i l ,fI thel dlay lefelre
('iit-.! lii,.. after li;t i;g llIt off the pur
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Much Inteiest in Tent Meeting.
tit1ic il to-e-1t III tlt 1 4WT1vlllee tiji-. (ml i
Iird avenue is stineadiiy i m ('t ing. A
1g.trgc alliic-'e "\;a- iqre'-oc't I st nirlct too
myer lI~ler Ill It W, ajone'-(,J! fe PPt)
phel f Story of the %%(i"M' Th our-
nicm moms bm-m(i on thp AmM (c vI,' c-li hi )ter
of IOWAi~l
1 he spakpr hew] W:it ti bur
parts cfef Gio, grat it.:a nte-de!ribc-d in
that clAptur rmc-ent J t W fo rM ur i-
v('T-21I Yieatcit*Le- cti~tuc-.~ r,liihvyei
MI ( *io P- er- i ',,( iI-r'o i i:in -j.P1 ;I (,e.
The f, aII tAto#- i.' ,'' m :c Ixi\ ture f
I'ron lci C,a, ~ r-.,' ;, I.'N. di% il'I
If tlo' ft urtl Lingi-,c r i:;tic tcn palI -.
1W" man! TO slwnk-T, 'r.are .'Mml-

Ac SPerrc lluml 'I wi- -weo,' we' are

Sr an!- pir,

*~ ~~i, %P--e:'li '-(ur(fi cf-.nlpiro- takt-s
J'icx. ti r-t feI t.r in" .Ihiad' past,
tifth -'l-it cni.' tic'' iramni with the
C.1 V.

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Ie! .-Ve4 ke d ra:i u riiulit on to y, lu
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Entertainment for
Young and Old.....


Crystal Theatre.
I MEFT MIK TH.EIFI


VAUDEVILLE.

AIL THIS WEEK.


HILL & EDMUNDS

Complete Change

of Program.

NEW PICTURES
A Gipsy Girl's Love,
The Rival,
'The Enchanted Guitar

I'oci;lct change of program
every night.
IR. .;>tilir Muetii tr- .. tlir. t :. p. in.
Admission lOc. Miglt l5c.
I).MH-H <1PKIN AT 7:11U P. M.


BOWLING


ALLEY.


TlwIi- lile ''I 1)4)1)11 III I
tidc~le. e guilei.- for


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


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.N i.


AMUSEMENTS


Wilmans


Opera House

SEABREEZE


COMING.

The Yankee Drummer.


February ioth


LYMAN TWINS
High Class Comedy Company
of Twenty Specialists.


INDIAN RIVER ORANGES ,:
V. l.,'' Grape Fruit and
,no,,t.,. Tangerines.......
BOX TRADE
SOLICITED ",
GEORGE H. ML'NROI:
G(ROWER ANDM) SHIPPED
126 S. RIDGEWOOD AVE. -LDat,,na. IlJ.


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LOCAL ITEMS. KODAK==

I F INISHIN6i
Mr.a 1 r. N.Mtlld, e
I lti'el wure n i e I c l (t V N'stt'itbta
SBY UPJTO-PIO [ M[ETIHDS,
,%'VI itider Stevens-D-1tirvea, hc.iur (it- X11IPrints AMade 4o11
tri'l" I)call Alfr'can Houitse, p1cY f.I ll'.I[~xLl~
(ijound wa, brokenO~r'I this tri ulliz~nI
f''r tile fim 11 (lilt foil ('f tile I
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For 'snle':it & I argail1 -Lt%%() p lt-
vvattt~rsw anA a ceriterr
f'i-at aImoi l' e. AI'it PlGardiner's Art
t I ) ilv Nev- if
'Pit- fi ienils of Dr. N.I11. ('lark Store,
.ire- 1:Wvi ts-,,It I agai 1 nat Str

1W ; r% e--tle withai A ce idI.
Mrs III -I's. 'f tie .\t Net'c1.
Al 1t. 1,lie Andeer-on ,tll' In--
* ('I11 ( ijtc' jil5 Je -evetral cI~luvs I-m hl ey Jj-.
ho .V.*v Ic ngth tit rived In the
;I re11 ItocI.e -~ lc-r we In tile Jlet.-e.\ stay of n-,cvc,: .
t" gluest-, at thi;


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


'GATOR MOVING


PICTURE SHOW..


TO-NIGHT!


Co:u ete Change of Programme
l'cry Night.
ICL E RS:
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'I he I)c\i.', 'I re Sins,
Th-- little Casta~a\: V o; 'I he
arsity,

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Silver Beach Property
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tht ccrtlr i of kirange. anidt :I!nln. c" l .
eerie of the mT c-t clei rml'. ,rI -r I -)r -:s
tonali: one cottngty -. rimmei- li h- i,: r ,i!
ati id all other volnivo -li, P:I .S e
tmoth and a -sitsp at thfnr It v., tr., i! -
"trd a d ad --;dr.'t1oI ceok wt. ti. ,j.
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EITHER IS A DE-l(jIITFULI PLACE IN 1
WHICH TO OWN OK KENT A HOME.
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hr: to I ::tre, :,rd ile i.o devotn- o t SPECIALTIES OF THE CONRAD GROCERY COM
hiimo'.f tn the l:iudblile work of con- l
v-ni;g rtle ( ,e ';.ic1 e ln his estates _''
t"til,,w', ih ittl:"t" a Iskod the m1n 1withh
*- .. TOLR T t 111 Rhf fTk i LlIAT IP\S:
IL. :.I.u '1b the (rrati,' evebrowsa I
T:,,; I0&,t ie rh the ralhresr A R'MO U R 'S THE NATIONAL BISCUIT
.ir-e. rvfust4 to answer. saying TI
1!i-.l if !,- r lied' o hyl,,,thetiAal ques- R
ml,,::- I.A 4 '.- t (eni and an expert's fee. ;
li V. ... xll'linted the ian with 1
0l1 **;Tri;i, pvy#i;-fws. "it tL simple I
mle Star Hams and Bacon CAKES A

A Martyr to the Fox. 1
A f, N ,(* ,; limi Iit a'n t as well as a .
I**.1 n1!A : li; (.ftefi lbe f<,und lying Inr i~m~l Plrf I 1n Pailc T
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