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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: December 23, 1908
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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: VID00261
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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te memylvamk paper are giving
00i dad=of side light on the do-
ue l l telity of Mr. ad Mrs. Wariea
W. CmienO wbsMC abort married cueer
OWtoiCg bat 0mo0th. It wasr an-
other em of the tboumad rwho marry
it hbie mad rqmeat at leisure
Afer living with her husband only
twm noattaut s eqme t to her elope-
t with bun, Mmn Warner W. C ox-
s. wor baher paratet dMr. awl Mrsn.
FMN MOetMa 8tekah bgum am action
fo the aiahnmut of her marriage on
the Xoiud that Ade was too young to
asume the marital obahigtion. Acoort-
img to the young woeMa, however, she
left her husbad oB account of hir ex-
treme Jealousy, which camd heart to
have an attack of nerrous rktration
that kept her an invalid for nearly fix
months.
They were married on the day before
last E oaer, Mr Steek being oolv seven
teen year old. Sae dandetnedy left
her mother at the Rittenbote hotel in
Phladelphia rand eloped with young
Croxton, who i connected with the
Southern railway, with headquarters at
Norfolk.
The romance had begun in Dytona
last winter while the young woman wasM
here with her parents and Mr. Croxton
wai here on burea. for the railway.
They had fallen In love at finat eight, the
young woman says, and marrd in -the
way they did "just because they couldn't
help it." Announcement of the wedding
was made to Ms. Stack at the hotel
within a hbort time and she permitted it
to becme Nie grudgingly because thbe


pIrd wthe dl-Bmt hbabers to put their, thought both parties too young to know '
FS I So th petiLon, and the their minds.
ar be tbrogt before the next After the marriage the young couple
="ugato de~eO l. m went to Norfolk and established their
It aao aray bes the custom by mu- home. Mr. Croxton had been a figure in
-al e seat, to lew all day Sunday ithe social life of that section of Virginia !
d eajay at day as most others enjoy for a long time. and his wifewas soon a !
It. Bwever, Ii i thought best to havc favorite not only in Norfolk but in Old
'bWlday opening made unlawful as a Point Comfort, just as she had been in I
ttr of protectia. Most towns this Philadelphia and Washington. Her'
i mad emay larger cities have Sunday husband was devoted to her-so much
-ing laws for barber shops. so, she Fays now, that he became ex-


Anather Pams MesSage.
(By united Pr*-vs.i
4 WASHINGTON, Dec. 23.--One of
t'Pideut Roosevelt' official acts before
,-abandoning the reins of government will
tbe to sed a special mewage to Congres.
-a the Panama Canal, and itW likely
'Uat he and President-elect Taft will
nvmnge a meeting in February to dir-
+t the result of Taft's investigation
an thle isthmu.

A Frost Predi.tion.
The weather department ha-, run up a
InMt prediction for tonight but if it
4birili"l the wind will have to h:iui
ak a4t least two points we-t. It i- now
alag quartering &aroi tihe ocean and
lyomd stirring up a trewEnldous s-a
' = giving usually high tide nothing
A- -s .* _-- .. ;- m.w.. 4 .t It 1 I)R, .


tremcely jeal10us every time a man ad-
dressed her, no matter whether he was a
childhood acquaintance or a stranger.
' "Why he wou)d, wake me up at two
O'clock in the morning." she said Tues-
terday, in hler mother's apartments in
New York, and demand to know just
every word every man had said to mc
while we were dancing. The culmina-
tion came at tihe ball of the naval cadets
from Annapolis at Old Point, when we
Shad been married only two months.
when he became so angry with me ble-
cause I danced with some boys I bad
known all my lifted that I had to leave
him. a
"l,( on several occasions, called men
who had met me socially into our parlor
and told tllem he wanted them to leave
nw alone and not speak to me 1 went
r two, for I couldn't bear his actions
I'hten I went back to my parents. As
soon as I did I had a bad attack of ner-
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Driven From Missouri and For- .\ A lock of Apartment Houses


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Are Licked Up By The


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SEE WILMAN'S OPERA HOUSE. REPUBLIC CO. GEIS THE SAME. OCCUPANTS DRIVEN OUT IN SNOW.
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W e( the ordary ixrna ,z,- vu- satio' lMaI Have...-
from only within the last six weeks.' It is worth noting thadtthe \\i'miJls8I
Opera House has taken tht len l ea ovtr i
everythingfjn the rutininug out:-idc (if thrt

I tor iL -,thc M. E. parsoflmtge. Standard OilItmany of md ia:iion
Pie Vote As It Thi niake- a 'i rv iryiter-tcin- :itua- the l( Republc Oil ( cctrn1unv frrori tilt,
tion at 1;eal)breeze andat 1 I ) ttima statc aid]ft -rhidding tietit to ,veizlirrI
I4PAE I The four forvino:-t In th, racv o ftIu!-iness In NMi-Suri, arid dis-l,Iring


\I:"~\~'W 4 )ItK:, D)c" 23 -Fire nearly to-
d., II .- tr,.t-d ait .entire b,lc-k of apart
mnI 1tt hiu--'s anIl private dwellings in
lr, ,,okly-n, driving more than a thousand
person (ut in to th, snow-c ,overei
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The Wealth, Beauty and Extent The Prince:Oeorge is Decided Upon
of The Oeo. H. Munroe Grove as The Scene of The
Unlimited. Festivitis


AI OLD TIME CITRUS DISPLAY. INVITATIONS TO 6IESTS AllE IT.


By far the largest and most splendid The Palmetto Club has matured plans
looking citrus orchard in the Daytona for its annual banquet, the day and
environs is that of George II. Monroe, hour are set, invitations, in some in-
about two and one-half miles south by stances at least, are extended, and all
about one mile west. No second 'nvi- are looking forward to the festive occa-
tation from the clever owner was nects- sion with anticipation of a royal time.
sary when he asked a Daily News man The time decided upon by the special
if he would enjoy a look through the committee appointed to perfect plans
groves; in less time than it takes to tell for the banquet is January 7th, at
it they were heading south, Mr. Munroe 6:30 p. m.
steering hts speeding car as 1chverly and I The Prince George Hotel, on North
nonchalantly as would Barney Oldfield. i Beach street, has been decided upon and
The first stop was at one of his i as Messrs. Hilyard and Holroyd and the
packing houses, where his wile-awake i Mesdames Hilyard and Holroyd have
superintendent. Carl G. Wehner, with a h;id much experience in cateri .g for
force of men were grading and packing such events a very tempting menu and
the luscious golden globes, the shipments the pleasantest sort of arrangements
going forward pretty rapidly now. The will conspire to make the evening all the
oranges lay in big compartments, hav- t'alnetto Club wish for it.
ing been run down the graduated The ladies have the privilege each of
groove, which separates therm according inviting a guest and these annual oc-
to size. They size up from 96, 126, 150, casions are always seasons of joy for the
176, 200, 216 and 252 to the box, mostly club and for those whose good fortune
150 and 176 size, were neatly wrapped it is to be present
in labeled paper, and packed firmly.
The individual or firm that gets Mr.
Munroe's fruit will get his money's WAA SHIPS ON THEIR
worth in measure as well as quality.
flavor, color, etc. When the tops w, re WAY TO VFN7U|L
nailed down the oranges were squeezed in W TO VINL LUELA
like strap-hangers in a Cincinnati str-eet
car
Mr. Munroe's groves are not in one Uncle Sam Sends a Squadron To
continuous body, the' his extensions in
acreage are fast developing them in this i
direction. They comprise severall sIp- North Carolina.
rate grove purchases, and he retains ILHy nt.d I'r...
the names of those from whom hle niade I
the purchase, hence he designates one ; WASHINGTON, Dec. 23--The State
the Robertson grove, another th H:llfl d(1-iirtmrnnt today admitted officially
that tho b~attle.ships Maine and
grove and another the Ander-on grove. Lth inttlaships Maine and
A new grove he is -t;arting, are(i expect
to mi!n considerably hi liaw nnan,de <1 th w e enroute to Vene-
'*TaL grove. zuml.in waters. The latter going partly
Mr. Munroe has n.Iw fully- () <- of, r t,, l purpose of hayv ing suitable force
well hearing grove. lie lhia. 100 rv.-Nduring i the present criis and
grove, and much of the ,th,,r 10t) ac.r i- v ti tly at thi- request of acting President
coming into bearing. It i: a -ilt ,rtl a ;,,i n/1m, who expressed desire to settle
seeing to look down the f all he ,uttanding claims of the United
thrifty bearing trees, thee lira- lli. t atls ari;mitl atsk, d for the presence of the
thrifty bearing trees, th, lielwhip hIa.ihrig
under the great b,url,.r4-. f Iri'.ht A i'rie.ti i war ships at Iuguoyara.
golden fruit, the len-ri nicli or cn f. !i..: --- -
rendering thi. ,onitrni-t -;h fr, r,,-t Xn Interesting Career.
pleasing.


It is his purpo,!-i, to o n :t rn t- i ;', i
to 150 ncrrs and< then In :ii; oI. II
now has thiriftvy n >i'nv -toI ,,I r,.,,
budded ain coa itiit io, 1 ,.I if -,I.i t, .
This stock is grow,\n friti ->. (i- ,If i,
native or sour oranin, \-;ii i j-
hardy. lIt- will leave .loit o.. .-t: !.Tl
of his land hi\a ilv t rii :, i ,,I-
breaks for prte<'tiini.
It is a fac t oftl l 0104!% :'. i i ,' :', ..
tourists aridl h ,orti(ut t r -t t:,.t : -
and field crops att:tinr tl, ir i f, r
development nriar tlh-, t,,!t:;,r-! I111.1t .,f
their geographicial rarig '. I' a :
apple b ),It, for iti-tan<,'.- tir,--unif t t !,
world and near its n rhi ii in : 'S
threC you tinld t(ie \,.>-t frlit I :
inhe belt that prolducl.s t i..I t 1r:,.
A little south of us ::l'ir its ri,,t-: ,!I
limit-!he bi st flavo\rrc i, p ti;' -
in the world grtm>\ ;:tr il :-,, :t I.-:. 1' -t
might Im rtn nit-(ratit-l inI i ,. f t ;
natural law. No mrI'.-tr.kir.:" \ -,;
c('uld be giv i iI pro,f f t;.J- !,
produce an orange i.- i-', ;. ir
Mlunroe's cgr,,v I!, (',,ri r,- ; -


Iri th. ti,. f hi.ch as given in Monday's
,luy, ~; minari ,,f rather striking pcr-,n-
aIlitv anil inter.'s-tinig experience iasxes
aIwVay. 1. 1 a- an i-nglishniian by birth
: '1.ii t' .Amni-rica :'25 years ago.
If. lti:rr (.d ttie engineer's trade and at
'1 ,.. A- ,f ;iae w'a.; loss of the shp.,
i.T,. : t 22 wnas lectd president. If e
r i f rtnrire, but by ibad inv.'-t-
I:, TA- I.-t it :Irt l Iwgtln antew.
li'- l,,\ .-,, h4 ,r.e. turnie< t iinm t,'-th
v t. rnnir!)rv .'u.-irns an'l.he b'camnie vete
rintmu cir ,telI t r aitnir
N.- t hiri*.aiiri. a!in r; in ( ially he t;irn,-l
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Musca~, Literary and Spiritual
Feast For Those Who Attend


The Churcbhe


imimi TO SAINT AN SiNEL

St. Paul's Church.-At St. Paul's
church there will be the usual Christ-
Ima services First maw 9 30, second
mmss 10 and last ma.s at 10:30 a. m

St. Mary's Church-There will be a
children's festival, with Christmas tree
and exercises, at 7:30 p. m., next Mon-
day, Holy Innocent's Day.

Firsl Congrrgational Church.-There
will be a Chrismas tree with music, and
exercises by the children held in the
church at 7 p. m., Christmas Day. An
invitation Is extended to the public.


or Job Wo k, First M. E. Church.-An entertain-
ment, including a tree, with presents for
Bat on Subscriptions the 8unday school, will take place
Christmas Eve In Epworth Hall. The
gie a larger number. subject of the program that will be
rendered on the occasion is "The King
IE I U EV Im of Glory."
-- fFRirst Baptist Church.-An entertain-
ment and tree for the children of the
S8Mday school will be held in the Sun-
SUBSP"6T1 ON DEPARTMENT. day school room of the church, at 7:30
Christnma Eve. Santa Claus is expected
1..50--Oae rubcription, 500 notes to be prevent in person, and there will
Clab of five ubswript ions, 4,000 votes be songs and recitations by the children.
Club of ten subcript'vs 10,0(0 votes
Christian Church.-The usual exer-
There i no limit to the number cimes, including Christmas tree, will be
of clubs each contestant may secure held at the Christian church, on Christ-
Smas Eve.
Tie ukbcrition price of The Eve
Weekly (Iamtte-News is $1.0S a
ywr; The Daily News I S$1.50 for E Church, :South.-A tree with
yte we- s by ma l. the usual exercises of the season, will
te e a __ Lmal .. -...


Polklting vott bi ycandidagt* or frletids
ithlin tbm utor- dintrthutlng voters is un-
d*airauLW hy tbq- proprietor..
All v-otes musrt htw enst
Ri nemmber! within SEVEN DAYS
from the da(t4e o fm1-,*.


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Will buy an Elegant Homne in

$5000,00 ORMONI .

T -M- c--istely furnished, all jmdern improvements.
Sur-d4 by beaMtiful grounds and fronting on the water.
TlIS PLACE IS A BARGAIN.

MACON THORNTON
REAL ESTATE
O I O4OND and ORMOND BEACH



j O MATTER WHAT YOU THINK
SOf Buying or Renting illn the way of Real Estate I


BE IT A CABIN OR A MANSION


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occur a t tls cnurcn, iadgewooa avenue,
Kingston. Christmas Eve.


Pickerts Coming Later.


The Four Pickerts announced for t;he
Wilmans opera house, week I)cceinx r
28, have changed their itinerary and
will appear at the Wilmans later in, thp


season.


COIN SWEATING,
kn Illegal Practice Which Has Fallen
Into Disuse.
Closely allied to the making of coun
terfelt coins and usually combined
with that nefarious trade is what is
ktnowD as "sweating." which requreuire
considerable skill to accomplish sue
cesfully. A rubber mold Is used, Into
which a gold coin to be sweated Is In
produced and held with a clip
Copper-wires having been adjusted.
the coin is Immersed In a bath of
cyanide of potassium and an electric
battery set going. The action of the
electricity upon the coin In the acid
uniformly sweats the metal-that Is to
say, causes so much of it to become *
detached. This process Is gone through
with a large number of coins, and the
gold deposit thus obtained Is extracted
from the acid.
It Is for the purpose of detecting the
existence of such reduced coins that
bankers weigh gold coins In a balance.
and If one is In the scale It will lminmA
diately be shown by the indicator. The
Ihgbt coin is then taken out and what
ever the shortage represents that
amount the customer will have to
make up or be fined.
But. all things considered, sweating
Is but a poor bushiees. says H. L
Adam In his Interesting book. "The
Story of. Crime." and evidently It Is
thought so by the criminal fraternity.
for It has dwindled to a mere nothing
A sovereign weiglls 123.27447 grains.
and the limit of error In the weight Is i
2 of a grain, from which it may
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C. H. Birchwood made a business
trip to Jacksonville Tuesday.
A motor pumping outfit will be
on exhibition at Staples & Cutten's
shop, in the rear of the Cleveland
Hotel, tomorrow, where any one in-
terested may see it in operation.
::: LoT--Automobile tail lamp Re-
turn to F. S. Clapp, Morgan House.
Iteward. 19 4t
Mrs. Dora B. Banta and sister,
Mrs. Jennie E. Raine, arrived from
New York Tuesday night and will
spcnl the winter at the Prince
George, on N. Reach street. Mrs.
Banta is Mrs. Hilyard's mother.
The heaviest mail ever forwarded
from this office, it is said, went out
Monday afternoon. Tuesday's mail
was almost as heavy, and the office
was calling for extra pouches to han-
tile the mail yet to go otut before
Christmnas.
fAt r.,, i cylinder Stevens-Duryea. hour ,or
trip, call Morgan House, phone 1t10.
Mrs. D. F. Austin left on the af-
ternoon train Tl'uesdav for leaumniont,
Texas, where she will visit with her
daughter and son-in-law, M.r. and
Mrs. Jesse E. l.onge, formerly of
this city. Mrs. Austin hurried her
departure in order to reach Beau-
mont by Christmas day.
FOR l T E--Large house, 11
rooms, situated at Silver Beach, near
automobile club house; bath, hot
and cold, hard and soft water; fur-
nislihd. (Garage and servant's (liiar
ter's. Rental, $514) for season. In-
quire o(f T. E. Fitzgerald, or any
agent. tf
All copy for change of adver-
tisements in the Daily News must
be sent in not later than 3:00
o'clock the day proceeding which
the ad, is to appear.

EXPERIMENTAL MATRIMONY.
Trial Marriage Is the Rule Among
Many Peoples.
Among many people if thie w-rnl
trial marriages are tl;rt ;i toi. Aml ong the G I'r ks "'iiir'i i iL.- Is
considered only ius a tlcii*, r;: r. ,.',>>
venleuce. not blndling on lihc itirti.es
I ore than one year." tihe cutonsi il liete
twbeing that "a large pnroortii!: nof tihe
old and tulddle aged eiin lIby fetilent
changing have had nmanyv wives, and
their children, scattered around the


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Tuesday were: J.E. Psulln and wife, Boton;



W. A. Edwards, N. Ittner Atlanta; W.
D. Richardson, Jacson, Jacsonville; A S.
Thomas and wife, and David H. Housi a
ton, Columbia, 8, C.. ,
A barber shop will be operated in con- i
section with the Despland Hotel this!
season, opening for guests as well as .|
outsiders, probably about tde first of y
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Schmldt's Hotel.


Preparations are being carried on
merrily at this popular resort for the
annual Christmas tree that is one of the
features at Schmidt's. For many years,
if fact, ever since the house was opened,
the Christmas entertainment has been
looked forward to by the guests, and:
this evening of all the year is given over
to merriment and enjoyment. The
management spares no pains or expense
in the arrangements, and the spacious
dining room on Christmas Eve is a sight
to behold.


TOAST GRAND NASTt,

P CHRISTRAS DAY.S


An Invitation to All Sir Knights'
to Assemble on Christmas
Day.
Oriental Comnnandery, No. 9, Knights ,
Templar, will celebrate their usual
Christmas observances,
The invitation is extended all Sir
Knights to sstcn3le at Masonic Hall at
10 a. m. Christmas day for social greet-


ings and reception.
Promptly at 11 o'clock will occur the
libation to the Grand Master of the
Grand Enca :-pment of the I'nited
States, followed by an address by Rev.
9. II. Rutter, of the M. E. church.
There will be music by the Templar
Quartette. All Sir Knights in Daytona
on Christmas day are cordially invited
to be present.

A Kaleidoscope of -ashions.
For my part I coliiiieiidl a quick
changing fashion anld o'l I have
chosen my period would have tlxedtl oil
the tickle years of thile lirt rlemjire,.
when fasliios slliftedl rulli \\week t
wet dh:ades of dilTiltce that ,iily the ,Lost
frivolous co (d follow v lwt i<;:i. "rThen the
great cinlqiiie'ror >ro !i:t to l'at. tlinery
fr'oi tlinte r'!il., r !, h. ; eiirTli. !i iSlinsi
'r<'i. lidi l. :l:ii,.,s of i', .,, froml
nerili il. st. lffs 'li iiui? \\it!i ^rl l and
silver fr'im 4(';ii.a >: fi'z n 'l'irkey. *Of
,'* l'-. l 'i:rl;.ns. ild r l:n i he tafir e;.'st
h. \ s1 'i;i ls :r.'ii l .i^,h'iir, fro t
I',ersi.i ;i1 '4u,11i t1 tI l.\l' .Iit: slia\vl
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Now Open for Season 1908-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.


Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and
Broad Piazzas on all Siles. Rooms Ensuite.
Every Modern Convenience. Sendl for


Service Excellent
Steam Heat.
Booklet.


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