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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 9, 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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Futi~.i Zvwg M t su tafsy Duiag Dscmo= Jmsay, m Februay mad March, at ths feNtiest iater Resort ia Florida.
USidS m-.rA6UIs me )=W mbr 3 MS3 at th apo6oee at Daytona, PI, ub~ the .At of Marh 3, It


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DAYTONA. FLORIDA. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1909


I


5 Cat pea UNa


Sio i O E / We Ll A NEVILLE H.CLARK
ARCI3TCT, BUILDER and Paeae E 5 2 OPTOMETRIST
t CONTRACTOR. PapT Hawn
-M- -a sa ome: Nortest Soc tiaf
Oumer Ridgwood and Vol usa.
Terpbome | fe221 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Eyes Tested-Frame Pited
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Right Goods at -OR, R a*
Right Prices,, m
D l-o Tr" B.You R Jws.
-Let Us tBe rVe Ys Rbt.st waw PIut. r Paint.

I L. H. ROWE & CO, GRIIEIINUIS I.WC
ow-..m~ mm -iii


ANANIAS:- "GREAT SC01T, THIS PLACE IS PACKED"


n STEETS


IPANT. ARE IE.NAMED.

Shats Wife All East and West Are Streets;


b Albge WreCked



B;Ni Kilo
SI~


m;@ ZS20o'cle* k MOnl-
to Paf Plmqtto
j~~L-L~d of Ivy Lmiet
aw leplt of a piAt(l
&gW fad in quick succc-
I -mIy spread that a
I bee. shot by her


North and South Avenues--
Official List.

NI6V TET YIU K

Folks who went quietly to bed last
night on Loomis avenue awoke this
morning on Sycamore street, those who
needed no soporific to reach dreamland
on Ivy Lane awoke this morning on Ivy
!Place, and the peaceful residents of
Beach street awoke to find themselve-
on Riverside avenue! Andao on through


5Oer Tinkharn, Jus- the catalogue of streets and avenues.
S leocias. either e- ILast night the city father passed at
fM-Idb or bearing of the its third reading an ordinance to change
0Irtd a guard line along t ie name of certain streets and avenues
lhe city to prevent tl v i the city of Daytona, and all thatwis
i b to the woods and required now to put it in operation is
LdeebM t mad also placed tVie signature of the mayor and the ad-
llbaer arenuesof escape., verti.iine by posting. All the East and
IMir tlhfroam the fellow's West thoroughfare* are now streets, and
0,41r sotiag his wife, he all the North and South thoroughfares
to the Hotel Piiep. are now avenues. All short streets are
r iihom he claimed had no longer streets or avenues; they are I
il and wife was emn- "places."
hoy, and proceeded to But you are now anxious to know
on him with th', ~lher. v'ou are "til." Read and see:
Ul d before a 32-calibre North avenue becomes Marcus street
revolver. One bullet in ilhoi,r of the late Marcus Smith.
Nwebia and another en- A:;ligton street
t neither wound i. Fairvic.w street.
Soutth avenue (including its extension
s ,me is more serious, La-t of Ridgewood avenue, which is
e tis asot expected to sur- hereby accepted as a city street) as
rIseaived three bullets, on, in (ouleman street, in honor of Dr. Coleman
i Iothr in the right breast Iirst avenue is named Waldron street
L md m(nt dangerous. en- in honor of E. N. Waldron.
>g|ht Side Second avenue becomes Spencer, in
SWas employed :at tlr, r,'-i- h,,nor of the late C. H. Spencer, the'
SOrsbai Thompson. on Pal father of the City Charter.
iei, and the *sh.xoting was Third avenue as Porter street, in
Li yard, to the north and in honor of ex-Mayor 3wen S. Porter.
,f the house, as atihe ,a< at- Pearl street and Fhqidla avenue, ho4,1-
lsta npe from her husqbsj* i Ia street.
Iboated her up while at hiw Green street, Gree.n Place.
Oak street.
was attended by Doctor Bay street.
dlhea by Doctor Stewart, Volusia street I
I-imioaof Jusaticeof thte Peat' Foot court, Foot Place.
.IIwu vw taken to the Day- Myrtle avenue. Myrtle Place
Sd Sanitarium and th( Magnolia street
gPinm to his home in Way- Ivy Place.
Orange street.
-I l -be murde-rer, Theodo,'< ('cttage Plce.
|F-l-iitthbg the double cr IP An unnamed street next south of Or-
kielf up to Street Over- ange street, and running west from se.-
Sat a point nDear Tihe ond street, Blodgett Place.
RI idgewood avenue, a..d Alt unnamed street next south of the'
Sand lodged in the ciiv last above named, running west from:i
s" what is now called Cross street, as Cro-s !
- ai ta Hart, had for som,-. Place.
Sli uIbanLd, who wa.- ertn Liv,- oak street.
Sin Seabreeze. and \Wallace street, Wallace Place. which
S- Hart had triEd to name shall also be applied to the short
-c M Willie Wilson. at street lying we.-t of arnd sliggttly south
ld boae prevented and of %g allace place.
Slooi,.,llis ave.nu' as Sycanlmore street.


I- Monday morning Anita
1,00ee Tits and f'xp-#- s d
hut but Mr. Titus. had re-
liaem, telling her th:at I's
| ted with her husbmt d
their affairs could be
k follws the n.iurdtr of
e na im- same day aind
Il ochn Mr Thompsolm
Soteresteil party, til,
l mll g employed in his
Wa the murderer of two
t *twkan in his place o,f


A urnianed --treet nextt ..auth, running
wetst from prest tit Sc'rilid -tree't, W-
1,0(loois place.
('edar street.
S;(Ut:l as (bLk street.
Morris -treet. Murrk oPlace.
lelih-view Art et.
l)ef-iand road. IN Ialla -t" t
1Fremnont -tret-t.
bet-lutiv street
K ach s museum, hi% crSUSSUI-


Vote As It Stood Saturday Evening
I THE BUSH & SAFFORI) ,,IANO CONTEST.


DAYTONA


-t MfSa


- 1,225,895
927,735
657,0


a,


-Donahey in Cleveland


RI(


WOMAN


ANCIENT


GETS DIVORCE.
I t a% s


STOPS PEN


POTTERY.


[ly l' I't r.-s.l j Workmen. wl.o were making hle' .\cai-
CIIICAGO. Eeb. 9-Mrs. IRuth May vatiom a f-ew feet froml I':i fi t liCe t, t, 1,
Everese, daughter of the late (;ustavis the W. II. H. Peters lhliznR, uiin.:rthie Swift, the millionaire packer, and herself pieces of Ildian pottery down an tn
worth $5,000,(400, was today granted a the roots ,f tite i\-', ak I-es'. v.lhic'!
divorce by Judge Gibbons on the bear mlutt.' witc.o.- of the fe.;4t- ;:lad rt,,\ -


grounds of desertion from hi.r husband,
Hammond Evere.se



USED THE


TERM "WAR."


t B. m u lltd I'r. .
WASHI NGTON, 'el, 9.-l y reading
between linc the l Pre'sident's telegrani
sent to Speaker Stanlton, of the C'alifor-
nla assembly, is tilled with forebodinlgs.
The impression is growing stronger
daily that the exchange of dliploimIatic
notes between .Jalpan and the I'nited
State recently referred to Iy tile For-
eign Minister to tile Japan parlilenit.
were stronger than at flrst believed.
extent callers on (tile Presi-ldeit declare'
that lie used the trirmn "war" in referring


elries of tihe Ab.origiines lialiVy. titali
ihundr,'ds. of ye'aris ago)
()i the Daily Nexs e -ditorial thesk iie;
a pic'e of the pottery auIt i twoi :tril I a
half inches bra,:bd by about ti\v in'*he>
in length It has tile Ihlneycoml ti I-
rugatticn to inip in jt e lo l t ie tIv'll \, i t
o lutside', as so4 iimilc'h of tlli- pIttcry v i-
and thie p' mect i m thie l):iil .)\\ 11N l i
fromi the bottom eio ef the \'c 'l ;ii L 'i\
evident o(' f having be.t'', itl.j' ,t I
tle' dlircct ltihaimes tf thie li t' Aik liii .
"lie ic 'piece' is a clu:titer'r f ;in ilic h l i.
tliirknvk s> ;:ihd tiile rel titi r, ildicati\c'i
IO f thl. tire l(.It tto X liilc.l it \\;s -i i,)
jecte'l, is Iurmtcdi iito it to :l ij i ,t i ,t
one-icixtc'elithi ocf atl iichi.
lottery nimaking of t, ciha:ai.,' r aini
oluiality as revea:leh iln ti.' f:mim;l tie I lIc-
fore the writer, seellns to ,e a li-t :ilt.
Its dlelise te'\ttre anidl hl at r> i-tiii
hpripertie- do o i ( t ol 1 4 le ci| I ll ul t ',
today.
Subjects at Tent Meetings.


to the C'aliforni:a situation. Lack Cf l-)Ictm' rlnhilits thr puhllit.-
It is thie sinc(reI hIope, (of adnmiuistra- tio0 of a s'tIOps'is (Cf a ii t-' 'i 't -
tion leaders that the note' o(f warning"110" 1'delivered by Li ir I'r. l ..c i,
sounded will be sufiic'ie'nt for the Cali- ten't la-t night.
fornia legislature. The subject- for t!,, o,,.t O. xu i
are as follows:
e- Tomigit, "'Irigin, Ili ;,t\ '.,.1 i,
II A II IIlIIIT ti",'of satn."


ItARwHIUI I


FRUITLESS.


H \ I' iil.''cl Il i .t ..
It ALrEI' h N. C F',b '9 FaZliii inll
its purpose the dsp:iral noawi hiiit in


progress: twCo day, cattle ti ti ated today
whc'ml tihe plo.sse anide lchtedhoislill. re'-
turne'd from HruntJM-\i k c,'iitv' withollit
capturing J C. Walker Lho killed tihe
sheriff of that cotultvY, and Ir:atiriil a
! deputy when tie escaped frclmi j:tii. It i-
b elie'ved that \Valker has ,,wi ti, 1, ii- ,t1d
home in 4 ;tergia.
i t is ruiim ored tl,:it a r- x;ir,i ,t 1 i(0011
lias lecn ,efIt .c.I.




FAILURE IN


Wfedne'mClav iighlt, .1'
Atllicte'd?''
Dhurncsday might "'Ctap i".1 W I
F~ricday i i t hoI K l 1 ta'i
une milini of HE''. 1 2'
Saturday' igimgt, '-II ,v I i iII' I -T T -
ii ll'rc p~, iie('."
Smni:uy night, ''1w l 'I Iip \iv.A
o~f Ie'v\. 14''"

On a Huntinig 'irip.


ri ll- I- i, el ecIL, a ecthI 'n :c.Iu \ 1 I
party eoeiljee eo, l ce tf C('ciziit "1 utfl
sthlio~r andrj tn iu l liOIlt. i C titth l.

bulit t%\i s-he~rtini S(jp!-tIIJ)-" on e' :tv i.ut'
(.i11 at P'l'eiote lPark ~fm a:LI Tic **!;!,;
IAi the oti'elht r at Tlirt V \to) iIe '
111) \%tith clailitzs for a rx I At \1.
ritis Island Mr. timIc.lli-:I
it) \ 110111litic' %\ i-ic s teo ui, :L A \I i '
v III to rrctlirn WtIe iTIwo t Q%
m wek.


OF


'UP.TO.DATE


TELEPHONE


SYSTEM

I Will Be Instlledby Ohio Capi-
talists if Franchise is
Granted to Them.


DIRECTORS


HAVE BEEN


RESTRAINED.


Temporary Order Granted Pro-
hibiting Newl. Elected Officers
From Acting.


1 AIITRMTIF CVCTFIM DDiI0ARCFII R IAaDMCTSW mcrWrin


S*UIUiIIAIIU 3I3lLiM rnurhVLU..

At the meeting of the City council l
Slat night notice was given that an or-
dinance would be introduced to grant
"to E L. Potte.r and associates a fran-
4ir chise to operate and maintain a t:le-
k6 phone system in Daytona.
The project is backed by O hio capital-
4VI ists who are heavily interested ini tel,-
phone investments, but they will iha.ve
associated with them a numbi.r of local
people.
Pin Dl A couple of the O()iio geiirit Ii i hai
Plain Dealer. been here and looked over thte ground
-and if they secure the franh-iii-c :hv
will install ai up-to dat. auit ,r l:;iti t el-
phone system, one that will t, ill k ',i,-
'LA TY ing with up-to-date towns Ilk,. S:ul'rt,..z,
Daytona Beachl anil li ,:iyt l;i.


EAt. EXPIRES IN


f I U ntit,.tl 'r--.l I
RHALEI.IIC N. C., Febi. 9.-To abol-DIT
i-li capital punishment for all crimes wc- wu IIIS IAI
c'')t :asa.'sililation was thie purpose of a / O
Ihill i ritrodluced into the North Carolinii Ri I R
hl.il:aturt'c today. At present thins State
". .. ; A telegram reached D)avtona. yAt.r-
,':, intIict more deatl penalties for van- i
.day afternoon announcing the uItth, ill
'lls criilols thati an v otl rr State in thSa .I. .. I
a New Y ork liospital of Mrs. J'i/n ;arl-
t m m.- ner, of South RIidgewoodlaviu,.
UA 1 In response tow wire Sluday thi:t hii,
|M| P A SS wife had suffered a r.-lipse Mr. ,I:,rdtlr
lY|1 1 SOO left for New Yorki ad \:i ,,,- intei in <;eorgia w ith t tti'.- i;(' t ii:tt M! -.
4i; irdne fr aid (ivd :Iol \i II- :,-,t
II I ori' at oic, si, Mlr. ar;fliii.,r tiiriri'i
OVER VETOI to Jacksonville to await the a i\va! ()f
his departed wife and he is c-xi.\tod
iLhre on olie of tomiight'- ti Ll-.
ti i 'I I'" .'. Two Weeks a o, Mr-. <. itl : \',-
\\ .\.il \ ;li m\, l t i 9 At a il,.t takcn teo a iospi.tal ini N I ik : !il W',
i L i f tti I lli. 1 ( m'oliititt.e tdm ay all eH r tedl upo,,n for a tii,,or ,4t tii. -i h ii.t,
\, cpt rie' q ,f til', si\te'F n mnemnl-i.- Sliep ttood tihe' (o r:ttioi, !ti ly :&T:i
f:;i\,r'lt i l1,'l-re linr 'lihdatitlni tliat the ce.'n- legan to) imllprov' ;it I i( ;ia l Il I
.;i, lI;i l :i-.- 'tl t\.r tlie 're.-ide'nt's friends fult fr cecdiy,;lv L i fuil c4f ht; r
\ 1tI. j w tire recovery. But a e oiil.h i.f iL.% -
Sego coumplicatiC ns a<,-e,. -I, 2r.'.\ -~'i
Montiarch (ireets Monarch. lenlcy worc- and \xirll*'I.
i .r,. he Sli< I.- ; i ( tllt 'l ', M -. r' Vi
.PactttI, of l1, e P'.rk, a i I
1 :1"IiTr.,y ,,f tl 'l'r, l ,Ii-' ti %:1'l I ,-
I '!;ililli. cia ,(ltiij i (l it' (bueen Alex- Cox,cf thi.- city. 1fI ,, i h!~ ,!' 1 ;. .
i, iri:t, ,iial c' a tiillnlllmplilta t en' try into ,I ... l i tti, i :-il1' I
hb ILin tuit.', it being thle fir t stat ,. I \ a,;, i I,
\ i-t lvy :t i'riti.ti rii lnarchii forr nearl 4 iardhi'r, anmol ,vn o icilr,, !r- ,.i
t ,, iit >. "Th'le ai:i,,r wasa tldre,,sedt ticin small
ii. a,, l'n s'i. uniforrm while thie Killiz M rs. (.ru e' r "was i e".. I .
q loved her children :n l Il ro i r 'i ., I
,\ i,. i ,.rniat un iiformi Ll.dward watl > will b adly ,,1.i.
k,i--* l Il k,,,tii cl ch ks Iby tlme Kaiser.


UI A, AKtRn glumlW rLII iUL.

Alleging that the election of the di-
rectors of the Daytona Bridge Company
was illegal and that the directors would
interfere with the orderly running of the
bridge and create and stir up strife in Z
great many ways unknown to the petit-
ioner, B. A. Armstrong yesterday filed a
petition praying for a writ of injunction
against Dr. W. P. Langworthy, W. A.
Langworthy, L. G. Langworthy, F. A.
N,,wall and H. Y. Stillman, the recently
elected directors of the company.
A temporary writ was granted by
Court Commissioner J Lee McCrory re-
st raining the respondents from exercise-
ing the duties of directors or in any way
transacting the business of the bridge
company.
The petition also sets up that the re-
"pondents have given out that they in-
tend to apply for a reduction of tolls.
The bridge question is one that the
enmeeral public is vitally interested in
:;nd thie outcome of the injunction will
be c!tgerlv watched.


L. THOMPSON


HEARD FROM


A [% i ure' postal from Laurecee
Tl'lI,:I ts! 1 n, s-l ing a picturesque 'cor-
, r ,tf M..ttnizas. C(uba, is up,n the
I l:i'ly News l desk. It .-liows some qiuamit
two whe,.', i overed vehicles, thie Cuban
in the saddle. A number of milch goats,
w\ith kids following, some of them
bllt.kuc d', iar'. irowsing upon the
-1. 1-. .", Mr i'Ti,nIpson is not re-
'il t,, thee c.xtrenityv cf drinking
tluriI lI. tI 'le exclusively, he' can switch
,l ontio,, 4c,at Inoilk for a change. lie
- ti It,. IDailyi, Ne s is a welconim visitor
SI i., a:roet gl't it time day of i. ulie.

1'i o.ressing Slowly.
[! ;\ I l l .,i I'r' --.1
\ \1VI\ 1,.Il:, '1',.rti,. Feb. 9-But one
r '.r,,r \\.r- ~, mred from 4001) veniro.
*:i c r] i ii V I ti, 'oiJ er-Oiharp m urdt r

SI) i,.ir kit i !,ileling lt ,ts. at Silver
I' ,ii (i, n<'.ir A ntoiioile C('lmb lloue,
ii" I'a .i it ttrative prices. Ap- ly
* "1''. !' I'it/ _,.r l,il l. tf


DRAW LINE ON


JAP. PUPILS.


1: A I I'A F( o,-I
s.<. I,' Axi~ I1; lltI .o, 9.-'-The tiUllue'i- "____
I'. i :L.l, tr, z il .l l'r'il'nitr tlc tl)'V ihL
r dttt.Speaker Mtantetlj
,,+i I, I+ : Itirii' l'r, min. t time pI'n.ats' .
,~,t< 1!0A. ,, | 'm Ltil t ile ) [mitc"
C,~ I~'
l' -gi-lnti n 'm y the
'i... .. ..fI Ii g' ..-
V d%.:LTc' ujeippm elli! hy-famling too e e tfe
ik, -1uI m tcii ,f tt hein todl:ay
,.Tre --c, .rem dt diss'ati-fai,'ti, at i),"tl;
1',,. :,.,i, :kill1 -t',.rittil ef the- arguiimenI,.ts
I Iil' es'~i~it'-' I rotest. they declared.
i., ige, thei t ir llilnlds to vot,.
I n:L i-t r, ,-ic rt the % \-te' C Jl. "tIJ
"-""' L tl'11. NNhatI the' e at'
Ste' e i. pr ,lr atict al :t- r uiea. .L
fl' Al a tn i-Jap (otwin mlijniiit(-. w ar "e
cr,. t, te leriig ppr,'ssure t,
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See s ome f the Bargains
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Valentines
o exhibitom at tin

CURIO STORE.
Stylesand prices to suit ecrybody

WALLACE


TOWb hapn",eC. on Tiuaisy. 1
and Saturdayg Jan. 28th, 20h ad mi


CoM DACi AND MAGNOLIA STS.. DAvTOAII


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S^O E WK 11s
__ _I AlAN ANI All STTEAU

"(%00 AND iT.OO SHOES


AT I4.95.


no-w
stowL


WHY PAY MORE ?I


A-H N YnI- 'ou a.r'-.


w ik


and Childgen's Educator SHOES.


THE


BEACH


STf:EETI


GLOBE


DAYTONA, FLA. I


pmhhuu--uumU- u- -u-m-:-u-u-


SEABREEZE. Feb y.-The many
of R. M. Whinfield wi I be interested in
the following, clipped from a Pittsburg
paper: '"Mr. and Mrs E. M. Quinby, of
Dresde-n. Germany. formerly of I;er-
mnany. formerly of Pitts-burg, have an-
nounerd the engag-mt nt of their daugh-
ter, Mits Eleanor Quinby. to IRogr
Midd;ngtni Whinfi,-l of F,,n du Iar,
Wis Mr. atid Mr (.uinbv Lave lived
abroad for the past Li:i,' years, and their
miarny frie-ids in tihe city will be Fla-aed
t, V i;) ii ,'f t!ih a rl i whii P'ilt.-lurg arivy .M: .ti. T.r LriJ.
p-cr anrd hlrr nrltth'-r wil -:til td:ay for
A'.,Ir j(a, anrd. aft, r a !,(jrt \ .-it in New
York vi;! coirr d. r.ttl to, 'litt.- urg.
Mr. W\hT, i.iid an.d his hrridl, Vill l'.
inrn,-diatr:l after th.- a -dding for a trip,
t,. l,.noluiiu and Japan 1hi texl-(t
tl, 1Is :lria albojUt a y-arr'
Tiji Bil:i,-Max figured in ti.r- u'.-Uia
Sunday aft'-rntuon and e\eiiirig xepl,-dl-
t,,.n uup the river with a congenial party
(,,;t for a pleasant tinier. The party to ,k
luncteoi,. and returned by the light ,,f
the n ,in.
Mis~if Ht-lii Burgman and Mairi.,i
liat car trip to I-L.iand -.turday. Ti(-
vture l:ta-iie-' rt turr:-d during thit aftf-r-
n .,n. Mr. Burgrn:tn wa.- detainr-d ty
bu-Arn. s aiid 'nju,-'ed I ryan s lectur.
Saturiav .i', rturtainl inter in corn-
pir.y a.tfL t h( ' tr,' c, vl.," niade tbio trip to D,, -
I. "t. n Br L-van Mr Burgnwan re-
p ,rt. .i 1,. f,#' St'-t.-,r. a.il jit,'riur. wel
fi i ,J ani the ,-cture. T;,- Prince of
i'ea-cr- a f;.r,ihed litt-rary jroduc-tiin
t-.roug!.l ut
M, -sr-. .Bib., ,,k anid Str,-ch rilado the
tril. ',r ti (',*ri.-, uJtinri to I'alrn I(.act.
and are (xl -<, t,.! tci,nme s,,on.
M r. anrd M r- l t'. .'t. ,,f X :.-.. '. ...
ad Mr. Baik, r-Ltura1_rgit, r-a,. i a .t
ra'id<-l.il .;.:,r, cu --of Mr. \\ tiirdI ,d
" i o' ';. \ t **' *' t. hev x-
p r-ct t.. r1-" 4, n .n : t, ri'\ ir1 t i. -


The friends of Edward White ex-
tend their sympathy to him in the
loss of a brother whose death at,
Plainfield, N. J., Saturday is rc-
ported.
:Saratoga Inn Garage, can stored
by day or week. Six-cylinder, reven-
paasenger Welch and four-paa.enger
Elmore for charter, hour or trip
Rates reasonable. tf


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TIE SATTiA IAINY NEWS
Published Cvpry urmmng.eicrt Run-
day, ,ro= Dnbeer I to April 1. Iw%
THE GAZECRE-NEw'K cO.
f. Z. IYZOKXALD. Editor-Maut,g r.
L. C. DENAZICK. (MttY editor.
V. &. HAzis. ( Crculatlon Mnnu..r.
Goo. F. ('anrc, RuperrntwHlrnt.
Eoteicd ma ar ond-eio l matt. r I)-
ecmbbr 1. jgu* at the po)-torns-t'. :it
Parton^.. Iis. under tlh Act (if
March 3 Ic.


BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


II R. Posten and son, Everett, ,-..0= **=*mU====-_N
went to DeLand by tem this morn- F W. POPE
ing, Mr. Posten being summoned to. nd Counsellor at
s a Attorney and Counsellor at 0
appear as a witness in the cae n ; _
appio0e Law.
against the colored man rently ar- I Practice in State and FVd irai Cour:.
rested at Kingston. charged with OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE.
Telephone -4
vagrancy.

-Fresh Michelin tires; all firsts, T. E." itzgerald F F. .a..-
no seconds. For sale at the Atlantic FITZGERALD & OATES
Motor Car Co. and Central Garage. Attorneys and Counsellors at La
Special Facilities for Examining ar,,i
Dr. L. V. Bell, who as b. Perfecting Land Titles.
D r. L. ". Bell. .ho ,a been ice in Conrad Bmilding. T'honr- 1-^
demonstrating his r lorida Herbal
Remedies here for the past week at =====.--. ===--**oUo e
a booth erected on Volusia avenue I. A, KLOCK, M. D., *
just north of Hlankins' drug store,. PvYSICIAN AND SUIREON.
.... f na--. _A 9. Aswoclate< with K. M. Femuson. M. t).
left this morning for Miami instead A 'ipc.t.dl a lt-l K. M. Ferutnt. %. ). ,
I* SpecAl atti-ntion vIi'eri 1 4P 1 *
of Titusville, as he had at first in- h, Eie..Ear..No-i>idTr,,,it.. i
I, ttlnr t ( Tin- --.
tended. Mrs Bell returns to their O fmfc Hour: 7 to in1. it.. i ;,, 4 a ...
home at Jacksonville this afternoon. 5 ";21 "
E BeOI1le OIOIi OIOIOIOI


i Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Cleland and
s'on, together with H. S. Lindley
and housekeeper. of Pittsburg, are
j occupying one of J. G. Brown's cot-
' tages on South Ridgewoo Mr.
Lindley, who has spent several sea-
sons in California, is greatly pleas-
ed with Daytona and thinks we
. have California best to a finish as a
'winter resort.
i


Dolnffs
*L *^ at Daytona S I
44' Beach

DAYTONA BEACH, Feb 9-D. D.
L ^~t~'~I' t ogers. of Daytona is having three lots
f ^ c ? :, on Palmett. avenue filled, grubbed and
.02 4 :graded.
S 'Mr. and Mrs. Ha,,kins, of Ohio, have
taken romnis in tl,- south Hibbard flat
C' "yI* on Live Oak street.
Cha. E Servia, Springfield, Ohio; W.
....................... W j. Simons, Boston; 0. Arnold, Jr.,
__-. __ Scrantun. I'a are at the iavtona Beach
Hotel.
UF Ti.. f,,lb, in party from DeLand
I| w-re iSuridav yguest at the S-aside Inn:

AN\ F 'ISI ) SS S ,EA I MrI' E Burdiingham, Harry Morris
I x K Sween,'v and James M.-Cann
tiatmad a boat trip to St. Augustine, re-
Everything Modern, turning thie day following. Mr. McCann
%a;:ittvd to see something of the country
Homelike and Comfortahle. i e j thetip very much.
Directly on Atlantic Beach. \ Mr. and Mrs. Butterfield, of Chicago
Surf Bathing and Fishing. '.ding ome time with Mr. and
a.,il l Mrs. Gage, on Seabreeze avenue.
-2 ,;0 I'l;l DAY AND PI Mrs. Sheirman and friend, Mrs. Bristol,
t t I L have l twn at E. E. Johnson's resi-
;- .,.l, left yesterday for Miami and
HORACE STEWART I ,iklt-dgo, resp etively.
[DAYTONA BEACH, -1 .I-DA ".urf Crest was filled to overflowing
.'-ttuirdy: and Sunday. and was for(-(d
T--O i 0 1 'T t(, turri away applicants.
l auri(c-, the Mystic, will entertain at
St!,Lf ea.-ide Inn Wednesday evening.
.-; k.1) C.. <,',, frt.:t,,, ,.,, ,. ir. Y) u oung, after a thr-e w-eks va-
"'e arnd"r't .'-. c 't',t .n ,rnj,-ved with his mother, re-
S!--. i E- :. irned to business at Lexington, Ky.
.. ............. .... i i NMi-- Vanr Meter was the guest of Mr.
S:nd Mrs. Beacni "n a few days rive-r
Ahe Primncess JfSSenTa trip whiih I-eft for the Inlet yesterday
Sbrr, /orrda. afterii'-n.
: r;. ri A Itt-r from Mrs. C. I. Horn frow
r,,ii. ,,I) : ,.1. .rrn ,-' \ 11. n.l. .;,:r:< ,, Chattahoochee, repc rts her mother's
t)iLh iz )l 'ilr\ ; I-ir i. n *ro i- .- i --i
ho l,.an T it : *% p. 'r ii:V, n.;. :', ;rlj, !.. health as somewhat im proved.
I'.A W P. 1 Ki I'tpr.r t r I
ne_-.- that her parents' home at Seville
a wa d .estrnovd by fire la.-t Monday night.
TIEl WHITE H OUSE COTlTAGE, ,i1
Sin ttic community who will re-gret to
I kY ,N 4 HiL : B F K -if 1 \. I.-arn ,of their misfortune.


Ruiw~i- hri Ir-r-tl ilry' IAT,-ic....t !r-
IA Bi-tO-dftt*'. IAW Onel('i z1 r .44vr
ti 'hojrt Il r'.from ai 4tiartir c (ian. Rat.-
r.-~ont4I E. I.- i lAA!.Priop.


RAIl CIAMF


E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
Eyp i'tll: lit,'ltioil ti o lt -.o ... : i' .
Throat nild N..-.
Fourth Door West Postoffice
PhaOll q I < :i' :'.-'. i.


ROY HOWE, M. D.
: Physician and Surgeon =
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SEABREEZE SANITARIUM.
OCEAN BOt LEV ARID,


C. C. BOtIANO%. i. .. I)a'-ina FIa.



C. C. BOHAN NO N.
PhAyxircian and lSur.con.

DAYVOA. -LORIfJA.
*ep:.ee.eeT.- 4N07:


SDR. F.H. HOUGHTON

DENTIST
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H. EUGENE JOHNSON.
Bicycle Livery.
4 'ai r:, r ,t I : !. 1,
Bicycle Supplies and Kepair!.
Come and See.


NV KST EN!1 lF l. IsN' !'K


DREDITH B. SHO[.:Ml.-%
I) ENIIS

60 TnlIRD AVEL E I r ;ccph


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DR. J. C. IF.'\
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S DR. A. O' NELl.I
i Osteopath
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M. SHUFRI T RE OF ON
o"BeachaA 94TAim WSttf co
Suits Made to Order From $1 Up. voL ~SI, CO T B

Ci.on I'IEs CLEANED AND PRESSED A"
l'*, 'T: ,L" o..'. MlERCH ANTS" BANK.
A. work t-al for and dDllv nd.A. iI A .
.DAVCMA. VIbrI'UNA.


S S. FIELD
Formerly with He B"n.. Fft Ave.
wd 31st Street. New Yrk
I.ADIES- TAILOR,
107 %. Be a Street, Newr Nrth d.
DAYTONA, MLA.
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L. S. HALL
Ar-chitcct iancd Builder.
(),!.. 209 Palmetto Avenue


I )(Avtoi hi. IFlorida.


Local Agerit Wanted.

;f t. : .. t in thi terrt*
*I .ini. p t. of Fiurr, ANr D
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V- *. V It M IN.

FOR CHARTER. Pleasure Yacht
"LUCILE,"
I-.'~~ v. *. ,--r ;iI,:11ifoot after dt-ek.
%AIf:- pw#o rfu1 enrOn"., and
'..ii. E~l4 .11 -q~uippedI for
z, I. % i i it-r- of P. E. 4'. Berths
toff .,ur 1. -id'- .-tig111.tr anid toixk.





KODAKi
* [)eveloping, Printing
and Film Supplies--
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Anderson & Clark
I' L:~ :. a l' I~rid..r..
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MILLS T ati oft
ICE CREAM
: Htt a IlrtIo -r a lot
deliver~c all
THE -r OTNSr
* THE IIE5T I-OtNTAI%5 Str~e fILLs'


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AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JANUARY 27, OIL


LIABILITIES


RESOURCES


Usus and Diwcounts 651 7:.5 I ('api ta Moek


Stocks anti Bond-i


Overdrafts


Benkinii House and
Fixtstres V. C_ B B
......... .8, I A7 15
Daytona 12,27 1 10


SReal Estate ......
Collection Account
Cash on hand anti
in Banks.......


i>urplns and T'ndi-
'vifed Profits......
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THE BEE HMV
Dry Goods,
Ladies' and went'ss Furnisbigsb, Sum
GIVE US A CALL-- J. W. FUI.OIHAM. MwNsr

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FRESI STOCK


Reed Chairs and Rock


A Ir 11, 11 E


FURNITURE EMPORIUM OF


s-BINGHAM & MALEY COUA


Don't Fall to get Pian i Tckets on aB -s


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DAYTONA ICE COMPANY I A-


ICE


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Absolutely Pure-
Made from DisUld
WVater.


s..- Our \\Waons make Trips Daily, a
I --- Sunday,. to all parts of
ONA, SEABREEZE. RMONM) an, .vr( BEANI
e for Boats Delivered at any. IDck o
:E-Rear of Schantz Plant. 'Plb 4
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the Trade Who Like Good G68
WE ARE SOI.E .\iF:\r FoI THE
mous Royal Scarlet and Curtis Bros. G0ood

And Like P. T. Barnum "\Ve Neer
Advertise I nlcs_ \\Wt Shm, ."
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LI rALL)STABL[S ATANTIC MOTOR CAR COn
iA. \. r ~ I.,F TRAIS l LtS.ll iV U U
T11F I 1 T i kl)%\ T5 IN DAYTONA lr01A
Bllckrmith and Carriago No. 8 Beach Street. l)a,\tna. Fla
Shop in Connection.
IGEO. A. FOYE. Proprietor -
.. .... P.. Automobiles and gasolinee Eng

i)iamond Tircs. Io,,,h l a~rct(, .
WV. B. TALLEY and Spark Ilu .
ARCHnITECT Discounts Allowed the Tra
i". r ,. Secondhand Cars taken in part painrm:..ilt fir Nt
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GARAGE


S. B. OREEI


Proprietor


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NatlUoal Wheel
222 SQuth Beach Street
Opposite Yacht Club


.CIGAI&~.


Our All-Havana Smk are a
specialty-largmt and best
for Lte money.


emV RA. Tn h Modern Here i whe world's records for speed 1 I
U ff11 w "1ver-view R000W Running Hot and are broken withevery reeutring seodW., I
DOM Water rIS M deic S Ars tebr ge t fgaEW S OF TE HOITELS
fll e4 Seven=Wo-der-finest are on daily parade and the bI T
--y T^ DIX.I it!ttl wer lvt. h teS o s ahow is as free as the pure artesian D AUH of Sharol
CRAemx. ,c M &eoBLet.ach. water from the thousand flowing wells.
a., "_ PALE.-. Oayt IT. Oc- Sach. water from the thousand flowing wells. 1 ha arrived with his corps of assistants i
l[.dt One of Daytona. crowning glories is It Is a continuous show with constantly don Bath Department to the public.
-------_ her incomparable beach. No one who shifting ene. You will probably catch T
--ever et foot upon its smooth, packed the spirit and when you do the roads Among the recent arrivals at The Pa!- Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, I
an* AdsTO O A N Nds*mo; no one who ever pedaled a bi- and the beach are yours. The Florida mettoare: Mrs. G. 0. Holcombe and Pine Needle Baths, Vavor
4 X I I1 cycle over its expanse; no one who ever sunshine is free, the balmy ocean son, H. D. Holcombe, Troy, N. Y; Steam Massage,
N 11 drove a prancing pair of horses and list- breeze are free, the birds and squirrels Mrs. G. M Collester and son, Cleveland; tO ie a a hor byt.r highet rade
River.^_- ^ n* ened to the popping of their steel ahoma and flowers are free, the sparkling Mr. and Mrs. Feagin, Macion, Ga.; Mr Gv a a hu b
I tee M t Bc.utiful Spot on the alifax River. upon its asphaltu-like face; no one fountain waters free and you will have and Mrs M. Orr, Mrs. S. M. Orr, Jr tor. The only place south of Washington,
JOIN J. McOUIRE, Proprietor, who ever steered a high-power automo- to go down In your wallet only for coin Anderson, S. C.; T. Rodman, Concord, may be obtained.
m... bile down the broad stretch of wave- for the auto and bed and board. Mas .
SINSPECTION. Hooms Single or En Suite with washed rand surf-packed sand but real- Thi, is no fanciful picture; it's all H. F. Smith, vice president and traffic
No better in Florida. Table of the blst of everything ized that it is a world-better, a world- here. It is drawing other thousands manager of the N. C. & St. L. Ry., and ..U E ..UE U.r I
r.Term reasonable as the service will permit, given on wonder. Go stand upon this wide and h .Iding them enthralled, it will family arrived Suaday in their private .
*IB- ~~speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and hold you. Come and see. car Mrs Smith and hter with the t 1
11.IOAAE in onmne.tin with the htl Storage by bv in joyous mood, and answer whether latter's friend, Miss Alice Smith, are a AV I L 1 J Ldj.
GARAGE in connection with the hiel. Storage by b spending some time at The Palmetto.4- -
SSpeci.al arrangements will be inale with gues th is not one of the seven modern Ai-m1m1m.n o Mr. Smith intends to rejoin his family Daytona, Florida
Wonder on Tuesday.
pli..................... *,_ .. .. 2 .- "7 Now Open for Season i
------- ________ *Tim Placid. Pelucid Halifax River. 0
. .. o** Where think you is water with more L I Schmidt's Hotel.
I ............. .pictulci-lue surroundings? Nearly a 0Sr cl
S. mi wd fringed with tropical vegeta- 0 U The arrivals on Monday at Schmint's
milewide,fringedwith tropical vegetae ChHoteln
SThe MlInneapolis tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve- Kodak Shop. Hotel were: Mrs. C. L. Feldkamp, Chi Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine
0 Br verd as. Lge Shae Tree. randa's looking out upon her bosom cago; P. Steengraf and wife, N. Y; A. Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensi
RATES, $2.00 ERAY. We are not Portrait Artists, nor 0 Mink, Martin Pletscher. New York.
RATSP sALe T RT)S PE D .BY RIK ass. gamey food fishes in eountless numbers M E Fvery Modern Convenience. Send
S ..vnth trt* Phone 4 beckoning, as it wrrc, to those with rod are we Art Dealers but 10 years u0 Several house guests left for Palm
-t ; P SAIWTLLE .Psr. MIAMI I and reel; her bosom flecked with duck _of close attention to the KODAK-_* Beach this morning on the steamer Con-' Humn,.ir Addro.t: ATIe.\NTt' ir.E, Narragan
T I, *.-*.... .** .,-,.- *and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, ERS needs has won for us the stitution expecting to return herein a U
Which sit about as if for the sport of enviable reputation of being few days. Those going were Mr. and
!e ,J^'^^ S For Comfort, bobbing upon her waves; watch that : fg M IRIIF Mrs. E. C. Eaton, of Newark, N J; H. 4tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA*AA*A AAAA
-qi a iiS^ 9i For Pleasure, lubberly old white headed pd lican pcvh FIRSTl LAAS llllaS. wi, of of Newark, N. Y. Fronting on tlh..
j .* For a Rest, a fat mullet, and that fish hawk .t .Ig- Anyone desiring good work and -- Halifax Rivr.
S IJi m^K TRY gling upward with his floundering load strict attention paid to their cr- The Ridtwood
TRYandhesaThed thidgewood.own-
H SS De i~l~- ; he hsnatched from the water. ders for Developing and Printing, g t
S See the beautiful launches, spick and will getitat LESESNE'S KODAK0 Among the new guests that arrived at
The Itidgewod on Mondadwereoth-
B. *V. B._ oU. 2Woo. SeIMf-th- span, their hampers and lockers bulging :PLACE, the only shop in town The idgewood on Monday were the L
Prr theCo-"veatleac -'with refreshments both solid an: liquid that makes the Kodak Woik a a following: 0. W. Titus, Athens, N.
1Modern U;-t.-dae na. J; 1._C r n .. ....vS~rlilt ila
ACCOMMOdUATION R--ten x..D ready for a cruise upon her beautiful Specialty. J.; M. C. Paul, hiladelphia; Mr. anu rrl it' Villa
-123 -as SpecialIbyweek surface Takeout your field glass and0 All work finished in 24 hours, 12 Mrs. J. C. Scates, Westbrook, Me.; Mr.,DO
on Pr lih hoete sa* .D.....l.y..Ms....T.Ri. sweep the river from Ormoud bridge to 0 hours if necessary. and Mrs. Thomas W. Lewis, Boston, NRY SCMIDT & SON, Pro
S^i^l^i^itm I^tII~iOI@ Ponce Park light house, then say--- Dr. W. T. Riley, Mrs. W. T. Riley.W\ J
t Pal6m whether the Halifax isn't a thing of D IF F NF Riley, Wagner Riley, Miss Marie Wag- DAYTONA FLORIDA.
g Worm, aMI M lnl v il beauty and a joy forever, and one of | ner, and Miss Elizabeth Riley, allof Bal-. i ,
Noderti R-st -.4r l10to. .j~%V~mu I sPo whe*the mdrn wonerHlfa s. aO- nc. E ES E 0 R,"n isEiaehRly l o a-4 Fn IbIE
V"WIht y Modtt. R',....r! i,,.'t<,n. AVijor.n Fam ou "Po.n- the modem wonders. LI r Ni., timore; Mr. and Mrs. John Newtonpor- Rean e ate
i t. n: y a few hour- I x w r I .i>il-r 111 1i\l ii|(r I t Kwit 11 hft tFow- mi 0 1Eachmtlmg PicturesqueRidgewood. Eastman Kodak Dealer, ter, Norfolk; P. S. Balknull and wife, *'
Bokl. D"k~et. Tht, I ti. t, Boat 1. t111 '.t lInt hi.d. ,il ioot.al Ueal 0 levd; Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Wheeler, V
||M c Ridgewood avenue is upon the rent of h'catreet, -t rl ', Av,.. la ,'l .J. e ,s e. lt,
rmE.U@ u01@.Oi 0UHMM.@mU@In a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, PDAYTONA. FLORIDA. PTintield, N. J.; Chas.r1. Walton,
.. *- *.and the wide -spreading branches of the i t0eFla.; T C Bkr Bri r i ..
Oi.O*IOIOEIOUOS UO0. ,E -e bliss-A.-Barr-n Me; Mi A.andMiss Jaiie W.
. .. .. St Augustine, heavy-trunked l ive-oaks extend their -- Barr, Clark Love, Philadelphia; Edwin
JM AXl V_ M tH A1L )IAX, "Florida. giant arms across this magnificent vista, C. oyt Glouceter, Mass.; E B. Hut-i
Sebct f arri le B. loyt, Glo~uces~ter, Ml. ; E B. Hut-I I
Se Family Hotel. All Modern Improemennts. forming an arch, and from these extend- Shn o aloIndianapolis; J. H. Crawford E D.I.ANAWVORT Y, Pr
m- tKl-at to ,,.. .,, Ac~fmodations for 30 Guests0 sway as the trade winds Chiago, Ill;from tropic Mrs A. F. and H J. Craw-
Za A Pl. M, R A .. f 1 &ford, (Chicago. Ill ; J. Fred Earle, Jr., TI lion se is tiariinglv sit,,at,,l ,n Ridgew
.911114PAM1WAIM PPER DA. *i.., .l:,i. 1.t t, Mny t. Writ. for Illu- fan them. looking straight ahead down
wo 1,.-1441 W)kt, this white hll tret one h th m- A nnuai I Lec oU n anld A. (C. Middleton, Philadelphia, andi est anl ,n st licdilttfIl PAILM eR & MACDO WELIA.. Proprirto*. this white shnll stiree.t oI has the im- Mi M M irthis Tiog;i Pa.
PALMER & MACIX)WEU1., Proprwitors. 01I furni'diigaPa
sI-u inIs O nIo----------mONum*** pression of a fairy path with eliish dra- Februar 10 A D 1909 very tastefully at c(if(rt:lblv frnis
-- -- peries, but as you move along and cast u 1 very respect. "Ilue ey10, .t:hlh'. are frn9 t1
_...O. IO~olI..IN---' an eye first to the ,right and then to th. t Dt ,
a left you see distinguished cottage homes City of Daytona The Prince eorge. a nati frits, li grw i bun
A ,in the most delightful settings. Aiong th,' arrivals at the Prince tl tale.
0 in .hmo td o.tur .ttig Volusia County, Florida. ,org,. Monday were: F'. Killinger NOW OPEN
0 Marloss~ag euty ot Our coottage Homes.
NDn dkr,, t ,at i, I, :iroi ife, Massillon, Ohio; (eo. T ltol-
No one of Daytona's attractions, per-s ,L ,,,,';1 :,tt,'h, i naum and wife, Mrs. C. A Traub. Mr.
N, haps conimands .nore nearly universal .n Ms. .1. B. Sullivan, New York; I)r
01"110110Ime on* 11004 6110041110111*@40006attention and praise than does the artis- "or M:ior. A.-\ W. Gbhr, a prominent physicians of ...
= -,---.- -,- tic cottage. The owners of these charm- ',t. ,.r .. Pittshield, Mass. together with hi ATif
USSSSSrmggigg.. g0SS0S0S0Sm m SS-- ing villas b'il from every corner of the F Wl (HmlKec r .-ftEl dau.iiher, Mass Annie G. Cabeler {t C
L PERKINS i I TN E I country and they bring their own arnhi- A l.'. Anuni.er (,tf Prince Georg. -guests left I I
SI jod T T LL tectural plans and build upon theinmand 1). RANI)l.ll for te Suth this morning taking the Pr
---il- June I. Ho w fr. .bteh Ave. & Jacksu BoUal. as the architecture of one section of thl o. ,. ...... tli morning, taking the. ..... ,,,. ilvard & lry. Prop


-'H ic k lh'. .Lti .Hll u it aIti 0. i11111
Bcei A. Muller, Mi.-,:sv Kate and Matilda Mul-
h r, Mr. :.ril Mrs. .loh e Muller, all of Nec
Yo 4 k.
A i:,hinuRg party from the Prince (;n ,'r
is dowr: to thie Inlet todav in the vyacht
l.ucile In thc )arty are Mr and Mrs-
Arthur Kirk, of Atlanta; Mr. Wolf, of
\c\\ York city; Mrs A. C. Nickerson, ,of
l'autick, t,I. I ; Mr. and Mrs. %W'. I).
'ilbit, of 1N.ading lPa.; Mrs. Ililyrd
i(lI Mr. .midNl Mr.-.|lholroyd, city


aM WAPHIN(G(N) STS
LAND. OREGON
at Moderate Rates.


do the Buslnaem% and
216MOM R ooms 10 ( It tin 1 11
0 a" mingle. IAWS1 mild
NSinpboo.t In every reman.
Mim ie rill' Musit-
LIFr 6aad n'dner"e-rcifil
uina Plan. Rates. S. e-
141W Correspondrene*e ,itI-
IUm*"L CO., Proprietors
ANs, Manager


CHIC:AGO

it, "


.littl lI'. -( aIt aH <(11t of
$15(,000
Hot and Codd Runnming Water and Long
I)itance 'lhores In all Roomsr.
1 ;il I 11 I t '-tt0
1 D l. i .n l & i I fii l 1 Prpiig s44111%
i;:, -t t It',, I: 1r Ild aln
t ,1 pl i. 4 I 1 '. %l 1 1 ( I' I N lI lIr t
McClintock & Bayfield, Props


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I PI TO KLAY.--- i Automobile ForSale
I Almost New eo Runabout,
Sup that Cold ith Folding Back
Stat.
i'Wt cU v rIit lR PEOPLE ANYWHERE.
I M CYI I.IRS1 -CLASS CONDITION.
I 1 l, > hi .t ..", .. N4,'\ lie- (;HS I.ights Genera-
1 7 -ea.t-Il


country differs froo. the architecture of
another so do our homes differ in out-
ward appearance and structurall beauty
from one another. There are ninomonoto- \-,,i. f,
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated i
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps-
the mind wandering "'\\hat next'."'


Streets and Pavements the Most and Best.
Why thle Archit,'ct (,f thle I'niverse
chose' to give to I)aytona the most ad-
mirable, the most pic(tur!-q1lue natural
setting of all the cities of the South is
not revealed but that such iV a fact
must be apparent to the most superficial
observer. With such lavish wealth of
natural beauty' it became an easy thing
for the hand of man to give the little
finishing touches which have brought
out the colors and outlines of the 1 iig
picture.
Man did all this in the laying uut -,f
the streets with th'ir will. ullrgii of
package, thle entiree ('It" t oN les I
great park
And as f,,r pa\vtiments, pu lIavci'cn'ts
that look and act like granite,--wlhere
else between the ei.-lern stand e.-terni
seas are so many miiies in proportion to
inhabitants? Till smtne unheard-of
place reports more and better, Daytona
tlhr,,ws dowln the gauntlet to tlie Werlt, i


1'or City ('l,.i k,
A. McF. iO' ..
A. McF. P'(li''l:i{.


l-or At-svessor,


V,,t. f. l $.t .


WV. If. LDNION I 151


Fler CoewlIt-, l


\V. ;. I t BS.


AI.BEKRT E. SHANKS
h!. 1'. TITUS.


Feor "i'ret>aui r,

I .T. l'lC'K.


Iter Ceeuztelriu-au, T ,iN,:r,


Squirrds, Fi'ocrq. Birds anrd Fruits.


IWhat-ver once's huort,,ririg, a.i.n
however inililTeri'it ,r vvc alhes e< A. KI('1,u
may b). to many things, thl. iit.re micii- M l .
tion of "squirrels and' tlow-rs, birds anii -


The Despland.
'1 i,. follod ,iig we're tlie a-ri\vAls at l'lie
li. ,pialaii yesterday: Mr. and Mr.-. S
C'. llOg, New Yrk City; Mrs J. A
I'licitffr. hiladelphia; J ( )'Cornnll,
(l'iimag,,: K. Hulschenninn and wifei
I.,uisville. Kv.: Mr. and Mrs. F. Mcl)er-
ie itt, JameM- MlcDernott ,Stella A. M,-
IDcriintt :ind Miss Thiomson, Ne%%u Y rk
(it\; \\. A (.['oeritia, Troy, N. Y ; Miss
ImritIal ni. Mss \'eipe'r. of IeVnrtii\l-
\Vtriti:. .1. T. I )ittman and wife', re, ip.irt.
Ill.; J. \V Wole. Jack'on\ille.
( i S:iturdiiyv evening enecughi of the
i .,use' '.e--> to till tutn tables. enjyedt a
;i 'ri iv% ,cue tuire party. After thi
I :ir( ii, d :ti rit rrf rpe.li i t n ts were served
Tiie' l:uulie.s' prizes uere wo,n by Mist
.\iir Ti'lrpe, of ('oviriton, Ky., ttie
*!t hdid.'m, aid Mrs. James Cook,k,f
l'r),,kiyn, N. Y the sec,,nd ladies'
>-niattr Anlre.w <( (',:::, .thei first gents' and Mrs. L. NI
\\V:uir, of ihi tity, lthe second, she play-


*1- ,I


BOATS- -SLRea,

Agspdpnbatom yew iwM

Located north d Cetra b ip


F. A. ROOT


--~---- --r~-~ -,~~, ,~~~,,,,~ w- ,,~r~- m~,,-,,,


iNDON |
n Springs, N. Y., 2
snd opened The Claren-

lot Sea Baths,
Baths,

of Professional Oper, i
D. C., where thee bathsa





'LAND


908-9.
I Manager.
and Service Excellent.
quite. Steam Heat.
I for Booklet.



hAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA*
Electric Lghts aond
Modern Improvements


Hotel


prietors,


IDelightful
Sunliy Room *

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


WOOD
oprietor,
rood Avenue, the high
V1n of Daytona. It is
ed and is modern in
ie Uidtewood garden,
ance, are a feature of


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Qeorge
0P


11')R11)Alt.
NOW OPEN


I)AY'I'( NA.4


1) lN-\ 1 IN )VAI F)D


Steam Heat in Every Room


t SAME MANA(;IEMI.NI AI 1111.S III I ASBU Y PARK, N.J.


| THE BENNETT I
Modern and Fiirst class Rooms, en suite w ith Private Baths. *
I lEntire \Vhite Service. Northern Cooking. W
S t.A. H. &A I ANE, Proprietors.



THE STILLMAN
DAYTONA, FLORIDIA, ). R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
Facing rThe alifax. laKll I$1loik from Stnres and Postoffick.
.Modern Improi tmrtnt %k hitr Help. Northern Chef. .
Terms $2.(X) and upard. VWeekly Rates on application. 0
TABLE. BOARD


IVY LANE INN
* \V. I"()I .I0Z, '.. ; I .\ \ i i; ,\
SThe Tabele, iooms and all \Appointments are of the
Very Highest (irade.


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1424 CLARK ST.EIr


X E33YLLS, FLORISA.


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I jw1 mmud the IarOeu sAd A ap vdb 1

Soe Nstribnturs for Dumebw flb


HANNE BROTIirS "aeSsoI


oR OU n INK OF wRIxG

WNW Wlpts &vg~iC -we mevwrequaed at
$7.00 S~-eophy


m


M. B. AULTMAN
Wegive votes in the Bush-Safford Piano Contest.


mm


- .--p


A Naturalist's Ex-
cursiona in Florida.
[A fr$-nd of Obw.11,- i X~w huid.. jin
lb.-.nt,-rtrnIoirug I -tl.-rr har~~a..1t hneh
!- frome Mr. Audursxnm to thb Edlitor of
rtb.- Atab-rlcuinn !tontbl' Ji.urtuil sit
(ivtology. vtc.. publl.-bdt- a Plat hd*I-
F W swventy-four vt-mrnstg. Wrltte-to
OblosodwingulsheAr n Wrmon u henco n-~ll
ditiont u-t-r- -moldil-r.nt frmll t itt wpn-
--it. It 4czAu #ut pr, P% (of n i.. ,r'.it~im:iii-
I .- rf-t. I_1
(4 'con I In U-A from 1 -'. r, I. i % /ih


two or tree, are yet young plantations.
General Hernandez, J. J. Bulow and Mr.
Durham's are the strongest and perhaps
the best. Sugar cane will prosper and
perhaps do wel:. but the la.ir necc-ary
to pr(ouce a good crop, i- great, great.
gnrat. Between the suanips of which I
speak, and which are found along the
margin Iving Wes.t of the s-a inlet, that
divides the main land from te Atlantic,
to the river St. John of the interior of
the peninsula nothing exi-tcs but barren
nine hinn c I .J \. t.. 1 -.. -


Not a moment was to be lo.t; f,.r I rp,- *"", "'a jJ IJp Mt"T'r [ ni* l inlmense
a\a-annai niostly o\erfloR ed and all unfit
fornsaw that the n,.xt night would be saUan .i vertoe handall unfih
miuh colder still. Te boat wa& rra- for cultiva. That growth, which in
ned once morr, and off through the mud any otlier country is called under 'ood,
srarcly ,.xi:tz: the land being covered
we rro.ed. to doul e th. point arid en-
ter the creek, of which I have already v th I 1 palniettxes or \',r1v low. tlickly
spoken, with a huop. that in it wt. should brancLet d daa:f uak :I;,,o0t i apenl-traT-
find water enough to fl,.at her. It didW' ue to tldant u it (rjat a is at a -lozt
bapie-i o and as we once more saw our unsettled nature- at lIta-t at thi,- eason.
bark afloat, our s.ritp ros.-, and ros. to, T3 t deriigomo ir hs 2 iar. Il.apn from,
such a pitch that e in fun set fire t-. 30 to Y d -ir. r. & .. arnf,
S. s1an d y. mnuid dv a t.rv ; the whlol iu:trsh crack, crack, -racl a ..*- A.
-- L Iv 't is m ay b e f-.lt a n' .,--n r ; .'i ,ie- ,; '-
WPtit thie r dp in In- rapid blaz We. We n e f '-
t ra\ eling .
tau the marsh ralbtit, etc., scampenng
from th,. fire bv the thousands a., we
pulled our~ ar. ur pleasure at being DAYTONA'S STREETS RE-NAMA[
afiat dii r.,t 1:s- long. The north-
ca-ter had well ni h rn-mptied the crfrk t Wat
of all its uSual quantumn of watr: an,]
to wade arid ri-h Aur boat over ma!iv a
shallow wa&. again our r-eso*t, vithl in- --
tent U, making a landing., fr.m whi c Pi:n.' t .. l'a
we could gain the sea beach. \\- did avwue.
effect a landing at last The boo:t w, I)avtoli atr(:. I)..tor; l.Pt, t..
abandoned at last. and game fa-terid Ridg.woud av., ue.
to the backs of t if negrs.E, the gu!,- Fir.-t :.tr et, ir-t a\N,(If.
reloadeJ, arnd on V proc,,-eded through;. Harri.' t ret.t. ('thus h t.tr.-,t :t:.
the marsh first, aiid then the tangl,-d others' in t! atf e I S ,: .. ,,,


Yew .........w


Crystal T atre.
(XXT mu s must
TO-NxlcHT.

VAUDEVILLE.

ALL THIS WEEK.

Ed. Gerken,
THE MINSTREL MAN.


The Whistling Coon,
S est Skow Thist aeoSM.
Complete Change of
I Program.

NEW PICTURES EVERY N16To.

Regular Matinee Tuesday and
Saturday at 3:00 p. m.
Best week of the Season


Complete change of program
every night.
R.-iulutr Mitln. e saturday at p. ti.
Admilsion IOc. Niltht 15c.
IbORBH (,IrxE AT 7-(1 P. M.


BOWLING ALLEY.


Th- most popular
in. or gasiCi for


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


-A ft. TcmisO'i it nd -%v.'ing.


No4. !i.


AMUSEMENTS


I Y


Wilmans


Opera House


SEABREEZE


Owing to unforseen circum-
stances the


LYMAN TWINS

will not be here till later in the
season.


INDIAN RIVER ORANGES ,
Fhruttof.t, Grape Fruit and
noneu -r Tangerines.......
--olean andl hrlr ht-ni ,r, ,i: r :'.-:.
BOX TRADE
SOLICITED : ,,
GEORGE H. MUNROE
GROWER AND SHIPPER
126 S. RIDOEWOOD AVE.-Dal)tona, Fla.


KODAK=== i


p INISHIING

Bj Y UP-TO-DATE [HODSI

All Prints M1ade on
ERTIox.



NI'i PI).\h.


BEAC(H MTR'EET.


Third street still west becomes Ninth

A short street in Clements eubdivis-
io, called Third street, becomes Union

Ililsboro street and other streets in
th :at line become Tenth avenue.
)eSotu and others in that line be-
(,inle Eleventh avenue.
Halifax street and others in that line
become Twelfth avenue.
Ilourtih street, Thirteenth avenue.
All ordiISnanc.' in conflict with there
',v,- nrC repealed.


LOCAL ITEMS. |


Where to O And
What to See ........


'GATOR MOVING


PICTURE SHOW..


TO-NIGHTI


Complete Change of Programme
Every Night.

The Great


Clements and Lee

Company,
High Class Vaudeville and Com-
edy Sketch Artists. *

THREE CHAINES OF PROGRAM.
\ i ;:' I.t';. i !.,r ;i Start t, Finiah.


Nc I'Pictures Daily.


snow EVERY N1uttT
Admission 15 cents.
I),ors olpen at 7:00p. m.


Billiards and Pool.

CIGARS AND TOBACCO
laricst Stock. greatestt Number Brnds.
Cigars to please anyone
P. IA )AS, SoTr BEAC.
rit CandieSTREET.
Fruits. Candies, etc.


lx : r~i p'Il ation is ag,.in
ed;i'.~?. am1 a %elI t ,ey
:.s. XX ~I .-'iii '.!itbursjts ol
*~! ..*:, *;l .n tionet their vine-C




ce ter
III'h~v Appl'y



liti1\
.I J I; r W a"'
-% t .r o i .n t tie

-' ~1 : f-r tfhe-ir


tits' J ect


tor 1


palmetl -.es aid sc ul.tv lia. .,aks. ulit; l -. .\ -,it-.ct few of the musically ill- DAKNR \I \\ \'.- "- 1 j *
w, rear-L,-d ,,. .-, a i, aLut, M rtle, J n'. .,: .lay. i Thesf:, ty-awh ,ir L -t Fi..ia. a1.h I and utlter m ti-a i!- Ho itun Hat Mondav evening t f r
'( o -iev f-r D s n it" If :. I a( -.. ,, on T ir a nue i list-iit.l t,, -me of the mnasters
-trori 'yv n-r, i t, a -i;ts t., :t. pruc. street. Spru ,. 1.Gardiner's Art
tie c:rrfu:!: tar:;c-- >: ;i *ct rr.%- i I )'n' t Ivision, Je--ai: iii,A [!a' i:,
a-'d t(., ,rHr. ,,:,, t Ni v--ter.i:tv 'Irn,r t r. \_ c:t m or. anM r ot'.ter :: .- ; .e r
a, b,- e (uritl i .-De Detrihli np,)rtdore
inC \\.- -:, tr .....o :i:: ->;ir, ir-aj .,^f .r. u '*'e ;r" n1r:uf.
0u -,d,, '- l,.on arfi F, u j -r -' -.ar t rst-class condition: lust over- S o
ouir f % o-. i>', I I &- ad rd'Is 'Lii.on and Stc n Li tr !I r. o we
tr- hig. tatad a\ t f~ft: avenue. !,le-l and repainted. Reasonable
C .mm in ,i,;c k .; ,,. -r d ,,r.d : ('t tral tr-.. (, .Tr:. 1 l1ia, ] i tt A ress thi office. 6;(-.5t I, .. 40* .*.*Oe1
(l, ciatP. isk -. r. e: t a.: ( j,-ct l \\ .-t tr,' t. Cr, -tr- \\ .; ,. .
\iet but ti.,' purr sky ar. i !tt.- agitatt- i str(t- aind other strvt tS .: t:,i 1, :. If you want to know why Alder-
.it in poorr plight., .e-\ e n The Il.-. Park street. Park 'lac.. }',-t few days it is because of the I t.,, r. '::.
(on L -it: ii ;An Ai.r rmr-, c, ululd nt An uLanameifd tr-eet "-' ,, f tr.irp. it' rr'-.v daughter they are entertaining. el,-(-ctin t t tr f .
itii,, f, it ; ,,. :,,, u: i than we did a" i 'l.: vr ,th a(\Al. :iiui :. i r : hI ie little Miss has been with them the- *tr-' t ": e. '. ': I .
i.it.- i -. I;;t. Pr. ttY v. ,lking al',ng tti.. S hl r-t a-- l:': .ti tr a\ 4 -i [ice Saturday. ,
a.-'.'id.- b' t h of F .,. is in the month .'
)eeeznlcr. with e % iinds at northew-!, N t A 4 P
snd we g-' -.1, it. ,r t-ethi tirugi, Euu w ,ftIhgghhhVg Iq1 5gug

:rt ev A etal:!.! t., ~ ': :.k :~ ia SPECIALTIES OF THE CONKAD
m~tde. 11\Veil. tint 4 tLr- sand ee a
wiad-d f. r rnatiy a i.,l:_ ziii,. picking u
tli.r arid t ier-n A t, E!i t!.at i.- n,, lier,
else tl ,r- found. until w.. reached lth.- OUR DAIllY MiR T OiOTAIIOS:'
landing place of J. J. Bulow. Now. ny
hb'art clner up onr-e more for the sakt .
of my mi ( t kinri host. troubh-d %;:., i. '.
rheuniatic panis a hlie it. I as&ur voi; \,, i,
I 'as glad to see him nearing his owa n.p :. .
comrfortablh roof; arid ar ,. .%saw ti i A .i,- -. ; .
la-ce house, oper.i i,: t., vi-w a inuimenoe plar ntat sn, 1 ulr;ticipnt, .. %. ;.
gw>d dinner wit, LSt niuch plha-ure as I S ta r H a:,..s a n d B aco n ; -
ever .xp<'ri',rt c. .l.. ,', .,
All hands r.turrn aliv,., refret-:.hn:.'nts I I r I' ".- .*
S:=ritl Simon Pure Lard in Pails .:. :V".
aud grKd car. i"," made us all well n': .. .. .
again, unl,'its it be the stiffness ucca-: Sim _PueL"i'al


the Year 1909.
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5-. .'..


Special attetion is called to the MIAIL ORDIM

0 Price Lima will he chmrrtully -s!W




For c o

REAL ESTATE
L ;GSA'! r~
BARGAINS FIVE-ROOM
Line Let In



Silver Beach Property
yarafthed houseor1 roofmoms modern Inv-
pgormewnt and vacant properlty.onHiFsUrn %JEUIU G
AvenUe, neer the Autonoble Clu1, bou0-t. I ofbtr or s aI'd"
For snI. at a hargain on ea.,4 terrni. c ,
T. 10. F vrz;En; I.. it I F. snmn the Ulawrwa
on R KIhcMXoad avaen.
r'4iotj I en i n W., "rmu. rIo


ORHOND@ BEAUTIFUt
lam I Iihs tb Ii roo'for .'r t tur'-' h-mi cmi ceM
other good fr low% on the -;.'arn Ioiv M hte.u'.-: IotUtqr am
neiuhtbwahave for sint flh 'lt vs- rl 3 It' at l r- rnik." nt e r
COot~ig Lot* .at prlU4-! thist bhs:,.:w14A i'- p-rtr,-.t ordeer:- evory
counted the millenium. zrourula witb orsa g
t-11ni, efurt: 4doomme
flpflyy both furnlihfte1 eta- p'sns1_v furnl bi. ..
t!TWO CO AGESp1tec1 situaliI W Ir'-. : WilaamE U
:b. orner Orange end PtImett" 1a%'- U--Mo.. or W". M .
-one ofth b tde strabc ecornt-r4 IIInay l's' TIOIri
tons:. n* c@(tage -#rooms. Ibt c botr 4: tooth
ard all other lcoTealcUc. Pr'r. ..,.rn. for
both sodasmapat thata If fou ant In:,r-
e r.d sa" desire to look at tb. p'oip rt3y CAI
es.11 on or adidree. C. M.lnhan ..%:o
Bingha& Thompson. Agents. m


Ormond or Ormond NO
EITHER IS A DEULHTFUL PLACE W
WHICH TO OWN OR RENT A MOMe
L-rt II Ihow you o001W of ttie pI.' I f hs'i.- Xp. n lain Kb. sa" ms

I MACON THORNTO1


REAL ESTATE


ORMOND and ORMOND BE


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Winter Homes.


Truck Lands,


NORMAN S DAYTON,


Real Estate.


Lumber.


jA Rare Investme


MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE:


( tan o:ve r~m, foRmt
i2 ike aIn o~fft.r to the


ICONRAD REAL ESTATE COPA




| Bond Lumber Company
WAMNt FC1lt I1 W"S oF
Rough and D)ressed C- press Lumber,
I Lath, Shingles, Floajrii; r.C. ,c. ..i :. i Ceme niet Ln 9 b
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Phone 8,3 R. J. MALBY9
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