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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: January 5, 1909
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00274
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ROME, Jan. &-MBmg- fron-m e.-
"m t"day's tes of addItltoaal horro,
wbk reslted from nw earthquake
shocks. Ooe eve bock was followed
,by Sewr f m violn. shaking dowh
erWmblawalls of the ruined city. and
faniug mouldering debris isto flame
refugees mnd recuems alike were throw.)
into af panic, and terrible acese. were
mmated before soMiery mould gain con-
tini of the notm. New shocks caused
hundreds of additional deaths. Appeals
were made today So Northern cities to I
throw opre their docn to quake ref-
ugees.
Twenty-four warships, twenty thous-
and trool* and two thouauid doctors
and Red Cron workers are now on the
quake scene, and many other are ar-
riving hourly. The condition of the


r- V. & on a of .the survivors is still desperate.
l llfW Im. asled on Madama,"
li oft a twety taute inter-
alagrem"etfrom her toI EXPLSN
Sm orbo mut March 5th. The
.l4a1s1kt- for this notable MISTAndN lx EAno
so k o haimpklnl the course of NOUN RI E111
B w baswm Mr. Burginan and 1 a I


: =4 singer o(f Madame (Calve.
I1K. L. ite r of The Clarendon, the
Iu-me Otthe laidi ng hotel of I Day-
r sa alumy of our Ieading citizens
laU- of eic opera have prom-
tuir fuN support and financial as-
- to niake thiu event ilhI' l.-1,1 .Lt
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sIIJ MAY "CAI"


F rm 'Vemeue!an IPrcsidcn I Suf -
fms Relapse And The Situa-



BERILIN, Jan. 5 -Tlc totad~i
6mmm Per P.dect C~attro, cf \ o Hai,#,i1;
4&0 uboperatedUpll 'yt -tvar ds Itr- k
eseidmi cleainge fortic-Va'-'IU.*V rId
bb Geaditiom is nOW regar a.' I Ia%'ai-

A Qrtnn -.Mi 1 of ( rAn ctI rcvs.
LA. I.ofperceoUy pM t iv.- ,a.-
derange tiees, eah oUe-f'tjurta. :L
bne*at his grovc onil Iait-
am dwb.md o( We Hzulfa\. -
Ud clsard up the grill ~I (I
qu gwsmad".of hp. 6: ( I i
pmaid, and set theiw :-, y- -n i -, II
&4biAWralon(g til- -'a'i' I
ait 'satcd of the rows. it is a-,I ;N..L


Supplics on the
1[1to Uli -4 I'?,
N EW I ORK, .1"11i >?-TI. i .i
lmr.r-aon liner l-ambiur. -"'a-
NOW today witb tl.ouznai' t

saum~d ia her hold Itre o t1f


upals


New J-rseyans Thought They
Were In For An Italian-like
Shake-Up.
I ll. i" tit*i Pr'*,,.?.]
('ckMIi:N, N. J Jan. &.-What wa,
I lP4iv, lst night by thousands of per
so.- witltin a radius of fifty miles to( Iw
ai earthquake shock wa today dit-
c(i,',i as tlie eflect of a terrific dyna-
nilt t (>l..,in in a quary of the Key-
st.on, Quarry Company, near Morris-
O 1W- ____


Itlountain City Lodle Officered.
I ,utiiam hicity L~odge No. -56, K. of P
rI' tIli, rIr a .r allint on last night Kt Ca-tIt-
Hail~I, ( )r- age .a'en ne, thle folh-M i ~g atia -
toc-i. ng duly installa-a


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The Vote As It Stood Monday Evening.


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CMNhRE ALOIN WILL


DYNAMITE OBSTRUCTION.


The Old houseboat Submerged In
The Haulover Canal Will lie
Blown To Pieces.
Th.e St. Augu-tit., Rect-drnt. .f h ..;I1.
says ini r-ference to thti t- .tviiimd i.ite
published in the Dalily Ncv.- ,f Dc -' 2i.
that Commodore Allen, ti' ,' cautiful
lodge is in course of c(fn.triucti,;i at thlie
Hauluvcr casual, had I wcn iniininii:-
cation with the Go\ cru iehit, arid a ,at
ht had rect'ived iiwtlrultior It di i;-
mite the obstrutliioh h' h ii ,6- ii i ti '
flaulover.
It s large hou, [,tat, ob ,lt v lkil, i"l'l.
pnr ies.. \a;i t l lhed ,-it ,, L' I 1:,
Hlauhlovi '. l{R tt-ntliv t 1 ;-. i .1 i:t. i
chanitel and l(t armi -aii-;i,' thi- is thn oltstructlo,, ut i Lit Ih Mr.
lRaymond urot,. auil Ai i ., (k ;iiiDit,,Ite
SAllen %ill removt
('Co.iiiodore Ail t!.t ,r,' n. t -,
!-&av thl" inla dl clAI uls artr ill gud- shli.)e,
and ate t'tniing li1t. I)roziihtit u-c fir
tie ple) asure arn i ,th ; tl ;.i;- 1 i i C
froit, St .A UgU-: ::, i t i ,, ... -I


De-ath of ConiuLtor Buig..tc.
II ~ ~. lugb', ,for I .' '.*-a
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THDE f RS' INSTALLATION

II j HAS BEEN POSIPONED.


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tIN[ UP, AUTOISTS,

AND MEET [[KS.


The Invitation Is To .crybhody'
Owning a Machine To Meet


A l1ianrig party (d tiwti tv-h *e 'I.-
a'\j ected at TheStlar this oven-

Y1is Rluth Hroh Ii l.A Porti tI. range
In.. xithe cIty this a in ing mop

niiew~ slgi Nl vas ha' ig litifront of,
iit Scliwegler Nuol liv St -n, uS
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Visiting Delegations.


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TIIEATENINI


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Five Hundred Royalists Killed And The Trains e1 Flmda Efit CmUt


Injured And Insurgents Are
In Complete Control.


Railway Now On Winter


schedule.


GREATER TROUBLE IS fEARED. ALL TE HAMS P TIM


[By n111t'd P.Ps] The new time card of the Florida Eat
TEHERAN, Persia, Jan. 5.-Samsan Coait Railway, aspreviomly announced.
Khan, the leader of the insurgent forces went into efect at midnight and bain
in Ispahan district, is today in complete are now running on the following sehed-
control of the territory after three days' tile:
fighting in which 590royal s's were killed
and injured and 100 aptir,'d. The iii- Ti SOUTHBOU'ND
suigcnt losses were light. Train No. 35, known the Over-ea
So far Europeans have n, t ieen n- 'Limited, will leave Jacksonville at 3-20
listed, I ut the rebels ar, so .irag.ed at P min., arriving at Daytona 7.06 p m.
the Rovernment's extortitis lthit there i This train will run to Knights Key, ar-
is danger that tbey will attack the Iprit- driving there at 7:00 a. m.
ish consulate, wiert- tIhlie av refused, unless he andi the ,li(er r fi_.,, Exprt, will also iun to Knights Keys
surrmnd'r. ar giving there at 3:20 p. in. This tr-'i
will leave Jacksonville at 9:30 in the ev-
Found 'ear Skull. ening, arriving at Daytona at 137 in
the morning.
E B. \\ lIitcoiNN b, .hJhn 1. t i,. ). Train No. 33 will run as far as Miami,
and J. \V. iet.-,4 rtnt.;r1rti SUi . a several days outing un .\1,:-t. ,ito HI- leave .Jacksonville at 10:00 a. mn., ar-
gton in the last-n,. yacht, the l'en-Hu1". .. i i n
They, (uh an-H unef Train No. 29, the local, will make all
They caught an abundance idf ish, st,,.s J an Miam
priplly and .d, sta>ic- In.tween Jacksonville and Miami,
principaly Lass and tr.ut, and in theiravngJcksonvlle at 7:30 a. in a-
I, t'avie; .Jacksonville at 7:30 a. in r-
rainMirs a'hfire J. W\. K<.'.sc fouaiil and .. ., ,,
randaa7hore J. W,. 16ese foud and riviiig at Daytona at 11:40, and arriv-
brought home a larg. b, ar skull in i .er-iIatestinaton at 10:15 p. .
i ( ( ,' ,, ,' at d[ stination at 10:15 p. m.


trip) mi ni( nsely.


IN PIANO CONTEST MONDAY


SOME[ SUIRPRISES SPRUN~G


Miss Jean Frances Conrad Has
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NORTHBOUND.
T"aii No. 7TS will leave Miami at 4:45
a. II.. at giving at Daytona 3:21 p. m.;
arriving Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
Train No. 74 will leave Miami at 7:15
a. in., arriving at Daytona 3:44 p. m ;
arriving at Jacksonville 7:40 p. m.
T:Nii N,. ),S will leave Knights Key
it I p. in ; arii'.ig Daytona 4:19 a. n :
`1, ,;;. .I.' k-,i\N ill' at S.30 a. in.
T'";li 3 No ; %will leave Knights Key
; ",.0 p. ,in.. arriving at Daytona at
t71 n : Iriiving at Jacksonville at
I i .. i;. .


TIIORION MAINS' STORY


IS BADLY SHATTERED.


l'rai-scatiutor Ii--oktes ilains In a
%I fl -oritradictions In ihe


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.,2jLtzr** H tIt r tlie rapid cru:.,-
p., p oatuntl. ciby Prosecut4,r
I a-.t'44iod rit.'1Vross-exarninia-t
..~lan''.hilt finally b-tgari to
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IN PERSIA.


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They 4m all $3.0 and $4.00 values and are
bhelw cost at $2.35.


ANTHONY


BROS.


I ~WJiko are nevw Btsafised unilew you are.





M. ELLA DEVOY & COMPANY,

Ladies' Hatters,

No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,

Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,

HIGH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.


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P~bed ver evnln~eIerrSun-

T. IL F7gWr3g3L dtrMu#
7. ~"D~N 3 Act ity litor.
'.lt S.. H 1.. ,Ci trculation Mnnagr.
(GDo. F. (JUoucH, Superinwnth -litt
Aptaftatiofl pending for, entry at t he
pestOffce at Daytons. Florida.,'is
*Coburn' aMinmtrels, not a Rabbit scod clamll inttr.
Foot tent show. Remember the date,
Jan. 12. Wilmans Opera Hosa.e.
*SABIEEU-F COTTAGE FoR REST "
Oevea ronm. ; all modern improve- BUSINESS AND
Seinta large (froundS. Address, | pROFESSiONAL I
Box 35, Seabreeze, Fla. PROFEI-Nv AL I
Mrs. Wmn Wicking is having an ADVERTISEMENTS
additionall brick chimney erected onm
he wet side of her coUage on Vo-.
usia avenue, occupied by her son-i --- --
n-law, Lew Smith and family. W POPE


S. Feld, formerly with Hen Bros. Attorney and Counsellor at 0
New York, has opened a ladies' and 0 -Law. -0 ,
New haIN* Pracitce In state and FederalI Courts0
gents tailoring, cleaning and pros- OFFICE OVER POSTOPICE. "
ing establishment in the J. E Rush Tepephon"._
building on North Beach street. -_ -.. .. .
T. Fi Ptzgerald E. F. Mra. W. H Parker, of Kingston,.Fitr al F Oates
left Sunday afternoon for Dania to FITZGERALD & (OA1TES
join Mr. Parker, who proceeded her Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
to that place by about a week or ten Special Facilities for Examining and
days. Mr. Parker will engage in Perfecting Land Titles.
tomato culture at Dania. Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone l2S


-- -- ---: -"--- =- -
*FOR SALE.-A trio of Silver and a *
--- ---- -- -- ---- -- -- --- -- --- S trio of Golden Pheasants, about 25 ( 0. A. KLOCK, M. D.,9
-- I .PlYSIO AN AND SUR GEON .
Pigeons, some with young, six White a Amciatt with K. M. Ferguson. M. i).
-- = Crested Black Polish hens, with cockerel 0 p.iui attentiona giv'-n t<, iiis.,.,'.- r
I s t lile N y e M ar N o s e t" dI'll i ro ut n i
aalie of Iwd about 25 common hens. Alsocages tet 'rtt
Ja ua y"01Fitting of lt.'.
J lfor same built within three months, cost f <,Hours:? -oto ipitii.. tIto p. a..
Clothing and111oe 7~ toA p. 1.1.
MIS5. Birds and pens go together for f--- ---- --- ---- ----
Co$75.00 cash, no lss. Box 95, Seitbreeze,
Fla.Clothing9 and Shoes 92t E. L. STEWART
-NOW ON AT rFtR REr--Large house, 14 Physician and
Rooms, situated at Silver Beach, near Surgeon.
automobile club house; bath, hot '",l- itt-tiol to- l i 41 fK.*\,t'". I'.llI
Th rout H tl 'N. ()%t-.
Sand cold, hard and soft water; fur- Fourth Door West Postoffice
T H U LB Bnished. Garage and servant's quar thi>.. ,.,....
DAYTO A, FA. tr s. Rental, $.W)> for season. In-
BEACH STREET DAYTONA, FLA. :quire of T. E. Fitzgerald, or any -#- ***
--------i---i----f-h gg'so agent t. tf ROY HOWE, M. D. *
S-Physician and Surgeon
%%t.tKeA.. .e. ii I i v.(IPI1 ) p. '_'f %kJ()( Fao141
4|1Il f- te Hour.: t, f II Ili.: "' to t nI) ld *
ti I iL 4. to ) .1. Telephone 175 *
DoingsNtt******0*


sL.U3LLZI .. 5.-5 Mr. and MNr
A. I M~iller and~ ittl ich r( turned Sun
dav front uhclret hey spunt tit
eeiidayi. % i t Ii(t, o. MIll 11ir and fan; i%
Tlwy re m c*tioip~aiiitd bh'ziie It
fri~i:ad. Mrm- L. L. C.~-timn. of Miidt,110e:.
(I igzh. 1-%% uta i~ ll ~.'rithe t:-

21. el dhy J, N filllIt' IAI'S \t dl
P.LiCIA. Ito 'anid] 'a- '.1o at -kI
&[IdI ,\ -. It l- \It,:, kkcU% pal. 4
tlr' 4 tUI-A f t11' T \(AT ;e1h4a.1j-,
dry dt-paar i:.t ,t di i ti cit i (fI s
tsioek, for cl.: I.- ~' ~r u
,&l.2'A Si sl adi.i CotI a ,I-e. ad A
I Iti :, (Aikt4 a~, docts 111.1 'tt.,I ,('( z!.,,t
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ko. ilun r- c. a i urZ& I'\ T 1, t. Lt
to 11alke *x#r\ tii4 :>ii .;za Ar






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Mr al.d Mr, C Bi I ~gz ~:~
ki, fkriu,e ~a
tilIschr atl'Pic Ct a t n afi *4iltt tzw:.,(
uA! IUnichewe!. *at. d in %tn ut, Ud:I% V
c ~eht r m I de-a IfI vL.t1U -a Ik "c11::
anid beauty A If t pim- .e Ma !":I.


NEW SEASIDE INN


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HORACE STEWART
\ NTt'N\ fIF:A HI, l- I '1. )t: ).\.


I AXTONA BEACH, Jan. 6-Mr. and
i Mrs Fix, tourists who have been occu-
pying a beach cottage for several weeks,
Were summoned by a telegram announc-
ing the serious illness of Mr. Fix' father
Said left yesterday afternoon on thir re-
turn to Indiana.
Monday's arrivals at the Seaside Inn
vre J. S. Montgomery, wife and two
-or,-. aud brother, lI. P. Montgomery
u1rd kife, of Kcentc.ky.
EL. tRc.tur has accepted a position
Si thhj BntB h grocery for th.- seaon.
SMr. :,:,i Mr:. Austin have rooms at
AV ]iTK,: h'nset" on Seabree.ze avenue,
:z iit't tiaije, tht foundation work on tL.ir
iini on tin. corner of Palmietto and
Scthrct('e avenu- is going forward.
Mr. aid Mr-. l.ablin and children, of
Can ton, Ohio, have taken the Beard-lvy
itug., Idlewild, for the season.
i;. H". Htllaud's boat, the- Wide-
\tkh, ich ihas betzi oh the %ay' foi
.- p.:-t three months, was launched
S'!jdavy. anid will so<,n b' in i o un tis&lSn
fr thO \, int.r work.
Mr. aad Mrs. Jordan and friend, Mr.
C'irv, aprumirient hotel .people of ,Sau-
ALo:,:, Maine, have taken the west apart-
;itIt'It iii the Esch cottage on the corner


Vaalicy etree.L and Seabrecze avenue.
SU R F C R EST Mrs. L A. hF emazi entertained hir
S U >.....l'. : ... I .. ar d painting clss at her hou ,.
'' S:ituruay aftTlrn,,n. U Somie new literary


Uhe !Princess fYssna


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TUE MUlITE maMICr -- OnTTIPEOF


;ia:i,' uerc played, Misra ,re Burdick
v:Lifnrg ;ir-t prize but all present cap.
;.ig -,.:i,- ,pretty mieemenlito of the very
i ;P';SWut oi. 'i.,oi ihe unrnversation
*' :'ti:: id n i In I 'rnich. S Lmie stories
AVerc : -ud, and dainty refrb.-hrnents
-L'r\c'i. ThL- y oung ladie- enjoying the
afitr:,,,ii werr: Mrs Swartz, Clare
.t;..i, 1'--, Toumiinson, Ethel Strutl ther..
a.'d Brac, Burdick. ML-S Ina All.)way
..- th;e gu,_.t of th- afternoon.
!;t bultt.rs c-,ut on the b, ac! the
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SEABREEZE SANITARIUM,
OCEAN :O iLEV AR).
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' C. C. 01"MANNON. N. I-.. Da.?t-na, Iil.
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C. C. BOHIANNON,
,'PAysice'anand tSu.'pv..on.

AIiAONA. FLORID.A.


CASCADE[
(JINUF R
Equals. Ane
Imported
but is made
-40c ~;r
deli', e rc d at
),our home.
SOT 11 L INt
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Hi. EUG(ENE' JOH-NSON.
Bicycle Livery.

Bicycle Supplies and Repairs.
A ;. 1 -: I i k. ,, ,- 1
Come and See.
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Thinks He C"an Blow BM
Gasoline Fain" t 1
Rivals' FaCeS
Gus Grosjean, the dashing aD9 I=i
chauffeur for the E s. ILH@#*ohk
cylinder, 30-horW power Popf R--A
gasoline car. evidently takes -0 "*
the talk that says t Mhey R UIb
him in a dash down the b aSh, or a dadt
anywhere else for that matter. _
Gus has been trying out his big eat
alongside of others and ia of OPMJMlI
has about the fatWt in the bunch, adO
he is not only willing but rthe keesm
for a try out of speed with MehintOf
his class, and especially is he anI tO
go against some who have madeeot-
parisons figuring him last in the tsnb.
He has driven his machine 59 miIS am
hour without es"ecial effort and wltbout
the most favorable conditions and he
thinks that with a right lively oopet
, it(r alongside lie might make it ev@9
timn and at EIt-ht eliminate that odd
secolid.
At any raft (Gus is willing to bawk up
his. judlgmeit, so if you think differently
all that is neccsary is for you to tell
(;is s and show him the color of your
.oil.


Mr. and Mrs. A 11. Kliagof Mag-
nlia avenue leave tomorrow for a
two weeks' trip to Cuba.

I,,atmnan. young man wants poe-
in on n iotorl)boat, can run engine,
good cook and handyman. S. G.



Automobile forSae
Almost New Reo Runabout,
with Folding Back
Seat.
WILL CAkRV FOLUR PEOPLE ANYW ERIE.


iN FikcsTr-CLASS CONDITKJN.


X\', .'- N,,' Tires, Gas Lights, Genera-
,:-, Si; epl,:i en tary Springs and all tools
\Will be sold at very low figure.
\\ant larger .ar.
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I);iiy \ vs Offic, I)aytona, Fla.


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HACKS MEET ALL TRAINS. '
i I ,.HE .FINEST TLURNOLTS IN DAYTONAI
SBlackamith and Cawwiadl
Shop in Connection.a
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k. II. r1c[f)N.lI) Meats


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. B. AL I'.TMAN, (ents' Furnishings.
(iRI BFlR-.MORRIS HARDWARE COMPANY
, V \N & M.ALEY CO.. Furniture.
I'!.CK HE.NIlRICKS COMPANY, Drygoods.


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give a larger number.

HERE IS A OHANE IN EVERY-

SONE INTERESTED.

SUBSCRIPTION DEPARTMENT.
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lTiwt,* i n -i linit to the number
of ilfi(c. i. lli ( intestant may sc'.ure.
hhe subscrition price of The
We'ckly (jazette-News is $1.50 a
car:; he Daily News is $1.50 for
the season by mail.

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2 SIlL't-lL PRICES ON
I Portraits for the Holi-
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Ten rooms comnpletell ftUrnilhed. all modern inmproteniments.
Surrounded by beautiful grounlid and fronting on the %ater.
T"IS PI ACL ISA \ BAk(AIN.

MACON THORNTON


I RJlEAL ESTATE
L ORMOND and ORMOND BEACH

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Seven Wonders


S4a's b --sMbOv 6--Beach.
Ome of Daytoaa eCrowning glories is
her i-cenp-r-hle beach. No one who
ever saet foot upon its month, packed
sand.; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
* cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
eaed to the popping of their steel shoes
upon Itse asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo-
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed sod surf-packed sand but real-
ised that it Is a world-beater, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.


Th PhWi. PdlMCtd H-xi River.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings! Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed Ip lican powth
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk ..t rg-
gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an liquid
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
Ponice Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a tling of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
The Encmhnthlny Pkcturesque ldgitwood.


pbC rpW ta Mc Mad b~r.-f I
throw do the gauatlt to the word.
semraiPbWmS4 0 -mold Pub1
Whatever oaue's shortcomings and
however iodln erent or eve calousone
may be to many things, the mere men-
tion of 'quirrefa and flowers, birds and
fruits" will sead a thrill that is reflected
in dlWt-Pded pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "goo
her" there is a bunny ready to come out
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt
upright and gnaw into the meat, casting
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming
the year 'round. You are reminded of
Goldsmith's couplet where
Smiling spring it8 earliest visit paid
And summer's lingering blossoms are
delayed.
In one yard roses of variagated hues
predominate, another ho51,hold ha\e
a penchant for the poinsettia and
the premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane. Varietv is
the spice of life and here is where you
find it.
The birds flit in, and with their joyous
notes help to give fullness and synmme-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day-
tona yields the palm to none for quality
and quantity per acre. There are scores
of citrus groves in proxiiiiity to the city,
branches bending to the earth with their
burdens of luscious golden globes, which
for beauty, proliflicacy and all desirable
qualities would truly astonish.
The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out.


The seventh world wonder, do you
ask? Come, whether from Missouri or
from Maine, from Kalamazoo or from
Timbuktoo and you will be "shown."
Here is where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season.
Autos the biggest, the fastest ard the
finest are on daily parade and tihe big
show is as free as the pure artesian
water from the thtlouand flowing wells.
It is a continuous show with constantly
shifting scene.
Evprvthintr onys from a ')-hor.strtwer


Ridgewood avenue is Upn thilt-crt of t 11up to a 200-hormpower, and all degrees
a broad ridge, straight as the crow ties, of speed from a canter to a two-lle-a-
and th,. wide-spreadling brantich's of the minute clip. You will probably catch
heavy-trutiked lito-t-oaks extent their
the spirit and when v'tu dot the roads
giant arnis across this magnifit.nt vL-.ta, and the beach are yours. T1he Florida
formnlig an arch, and from thie-- emxtend- sunjhiie is free, th b,:ltm ( ten
ed armis great festoons of iSpauish Iios brzes are free, their arid sir
swav as the trade winds frorni tropic seas bted tIowerre ft a, tsI k .1 irril
lI and lower t are frt,,,, tihe >tn.trklini'
f.tLn them. cookingg traliKit ahcadu down ifouita atr is frre antI \, o \ill I, ,
ttlil- tit -' h 'll str '-"t olI has tilt' il- t & \%ii iln -ti,
lrestsion o,f a fairy lpath %\ith inerie-, but as you nio\t' ahloing and ca.t 'hi, ,is no f:citul I t t,. i' 1
an e'v(' first to ti' right andli ti t t it, ic tn 1 :!l
here. It is drat\img otlicr thtliid'.tti~
I'-ft you see di.tiiilui-hed c ttat i' li'!tii<' 1h h ,hling t t i lt t. i t i
iri tilit nie .t dt'ligttful >sittiing-. t ht,l v (i i.
See the glistening l at of tite grand
nla:gr)olia w which nature t- ha;- vat li-.ld -as
o.u artist's birush ever ,.,u!ld. and thei
cabbage paiti. w itl th,in ir hu!rderi l 11111111111 0
"'howy "fruit and ptyin* pi-. C' i A Ke
Il,\ lI holly \ ith it-t ','x'jiu it- l.ri\ : -v' t
th flidgiizg i lnics ruiiil.g ilt iii tlie K O D A K S ,
tre's see thl trypt-gati' fr, i'ch ilms, l) Plats,
gaaili a foothold to tie )rcttt ht;.k., and ms, r IatS,
ti,.- .tat,.tt y ,its. ;I -u'! u \ ii UIChe\li icals,
jrti in thit htorui antil -.i t t.. Oi i t- a- i e
ki,,id woid.II tor irt;ut,\ Card Mounts,
Ourpasing t-aut% tot tour coi~cta Ilm l. mc.
N ., on e <,f Il a 't,,: ,it :t* '1:1k :, 1 1,fFI- C H I I
hapt TH[ B[ST KODAK [INISHIG-

Tli. .cttal t l i i- i ar i- U Ijl Tit ITY i
Ing Ias Iifail frouii ti t'i\ .rT,;t r kf t!It TH' U I
country and the% ,i., ,g it,, i, :r ah- In 'We \ =four flOirs
te(('tulal Iplani- I tl uid idi, i ht nW11iand
aL t ll- archi.ecturt tf t.r t.' < t t-i \if 0!0. \\. I.,\ .
imutr\ y ditT'.rt' fr, li ah < t it, tu ', of
another so, d, sur dtii' : li.t. i outl- I Professional (joods at JaIL.k
iard a apit'aitil, t.d -t rut I; ral lfaIi.' vi' sonv il1M lPric s.
fr"ji 'i" a"ha thr"' Thtf"r j r t:tf 1n3 :t't"!t- U

Lesesne's ';
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tit niltiid i'wnd'ril.g ''at \ \t KOD)AK '1.,-C".
It i! niut tio ly thi t, \t, nor l"i.f maiti 'Df ext i to thc
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r-o4h h0by warn waf, f thf Gulfw
Omn. MP I CM N Ur Foin ALL COld
w*Strb. Its, b.k inorWmality and
wkrate rats attractive to t-es mnak-
tag a &o stay. rFr eooktlet and rate
addr esMAmAuaz Pan Beach.


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NEWS OF THE HOTELS


The Ridewood.U
Thoe Ridgewood.


S. W. Weasher of Tennessee, Mr. aad
Mrs. Allan T. Clements, Flushing, N. Y.,
Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Andrews, Kenne-
bunk, Me., and Mr and Mrs. C. F
Wayte, Syracuse, N. Y., arrived at The
Ridgewood yesterday.


ST. PETER CHECKS'UP


THE ITALIAN COUNT.


Gne of Volusia County's Eccentric
SCharacters Joins The Silent
Majority.
In the passing of Count Hertola, who
died Wednebday in the asylum at (hatt-
tahoochee, a conspicuous Volusia
county figure passes. He was an Italian
Count who tired of the empty niockerv
of the Italian courts and came as an ad-
venturer to America.
Instead of hunting an heiress with
money to rehabilitate an oldjIecaying
castle he assumed the meni hut im-
portant role .of care takeof tht' 1Do-
larry estate at Enter
lie made friends anq ccatme promin-
ent in local politics. ie began to re-
trieve his fortunes, but the big freeze of
'91 swept him off his feet lie woul,'
not surrender the fight but went to D1)
Land and sold fertilizer as a ians(ll of
livelihood.
lie was known personally by ivrtny
I ):vtoni aus, speciallyll y the ulk.Ir 'i
It''Iit S.

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MEDIA, Pa.., Jam. S.--Mn. Catherine
Mfai, eter of Mn. Flomeace Erb. both
of wbm aren- trnal for the murder of
(CpL J. COyto Erb. tcdky told of bow
* e baid Erb qtaet.liag with her m-
tar -d ih mudI oat to,* protect her
ad msw Ee with a revolver in Im haed
e0 at r, and he amid he would kill
her, mmd w e advameed be sprang at
Ier. *We tdimDbed, and after a fri ht-
fl struggle I found I had the revolver
I pulled the trigger and kept on shcot-
iag. I shot him and all greeiark," she
testified. .
Cdoliion, Fifteen Are Drowned.
[B.\ I'lid.,t l r,.-..]
SYDNEY, N. S JAn. 5.-lnable tr.
swim. by rea-on of the heav.ammuni-
tion belt- they wore. tiftten sailors were
drowned today in a colli4,in .tetwerij
the British cruiser "Encount*-r" and 'he
eotlier "iiunmore.' Both ve.-ti were
lially damaged.


On Ilanana lRiver.


R R Kirei :rm 1 Jqw..'eph t ka11'1r're. "it10
a 4 eri in iv! e. vt-.Ik and deck hatad.
made a trip down L~the river la.st week iti,
hilmen(Iu.;,day Tight. MWest f hvir tinit
ww si".'t inl hunt ing and fishing on the
Banana rivt'r, % ith tm ineraht sit Cocoa
ankd another at limulo'ver. Taici found
plecity of fisha amd due k- aind j~agtged fill
thaey waintodt-,t'ltiew. rhe w.vather uw
rath. r siwarryt, but tle-Y -miia~ti.I h t
have. a re'yal g'taoo tiram onl tke trip.

Anonvymous kicks Don't Go.
If "Citizeti" %Ill kindly furi~iIli-h i
name tili peppery little C'onkniunicatitbi
(of liii- will boe handed out Othervi-i.c
thl D~ aily Ne%- wma~'ld to- held rezpoimz~
hil fr ?'.~e'n itatitand 11111-4 LdeClille ti
ha -%- x.- r ut 11 rccaulated, hav. 'trciuble:,
o ill# ar an ithnut nevdi-,slv leer-
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ONCE MNORE.


Supreme Court of United States
Remnands Famous Case for


New Trial.


VAIN TIMES f THE STANDAI

By Ua'ittd Prt%s.
WASHINGTON. JAn. 5-Atto4rne*-
General Bonaparte announced today
that the government would retry the
Standard Oil case made famous by the
fine imposed by Judge I.andis of S"-4.-
000,000, and in hliich tho Supreme
Court yesterday r-vit-w-d the action of
the Court of Appe-al. r,-'iitndinig it for a
new trial, i

Steamer kuns Uown Raft.
(B% UxnitlI Pre%,]
ROCiKPOIRT, Ky Jan. 5-1-our m,-n
1o3t their live,, and a nuuf)iib r of others
hliad narrow escape hen the stewn r
Samuel crashed into a raft during a
heavt fog n ,:. i.-1n I;\t: r early toda."

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I LOCAL ITEMS.I
... ..H4 4 C 9w


Manager Dokty
Foster" office in
,'eptod the posi i
Gator the ,ilre.


af the "Ask
this city, has
n of l i.ist at


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.14 -
I .. C


'Col~d weather f 'r tie racte.n. tit
dle (of thosCa jae .'iz~ge U1a~ trI.>
Malevys andt be happ.1.v. I letI ,
Miss ElIzabvth N av-er, 'of Whites-
bo's'. N.Y arrived. lay-,: SNut i 0J
Anti"l u'[Wi rled ie "Iintcr w.1.11 11-1
'Istle, Mro. 1". 11


'Have'vou so i
at R. S. Ma 1leyv',
Wedgwood, (,ias,
ell, ikif pitkvfs.


i a r! s ;- T II'
Ja.pario-se w~are,
-111 Lo:0c~ v ell f


Mrs. ( ; vorge .1 k'1lt %k h,, Is N itilig
her auun,. Mrb. 1, Hi .I' 1 .,I1 t
'C 'ttage d'tvvtie. I& iwIiC %t to New'
S~i vri-N1tMU A M...lut i
leave frL-r bn m ~e atI 'an1aN'-
i es'. ay
Na I t i n lkr ti I t lit,'%v
I. liiiit K t ~iL ,~~


Pal t-e- li \ > U I.
timegzt-~... V .;. izmI
v z~mm -' .~ .~'
S141 ti i a t 11..~ i
r'tOld U a!-. t\ firt


%,,it h.41ak ty ..'ite-.'


VIEWOS SOLDIERS


AND TROOPS flASH.


I rtxop-. %re lRepulsed %% Ith 1 I.


oi Sixt' % Men tiatling tiun-,


In Plav.


1 g'.tn a r U h&.'Ij t t mt jit
Oli l! i %I11. gatm~t lung gulls T: v t: 'p
uvt re tpulsed Aw, iZ.. ,I.f s t, ..

Nit-A' Lr it'ri


tit' Ab'- I I 1 11

.II I d ix 1 \':


Smbrhehm.attmr
Ymg a"UL....


CrysaI T


AMUSEMENTS


rn.


4 MUD? MU TEURD)
TO NI HT.
VAUDEVILLE.
BLL FR TMS WEEK.

Glazer Bros.
IN AN VP TO IATK
Musical and Singing Act
This Act I% one' of the tbewst on the Vau-
d. til;- tStag anud have nmde good at
ever lhou" t*hey have appeared.


NEW PICTURES:


A Child's Hatred.


Carnival At Nice.
The Boot-Black,
A Comedy in Fifteen Minutes.
<-th,> of of lfclurv.- Nightly.
HK: U'E T, KEN EAC'H t>NE.
The i lace tosI en I a i leas ot hour
I'ItR S OPKS AT 7,30 P. M.


BOWLING ALLEY.


The moeot popular
ilndoor gamite for


lADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


A ft. ralt4ticia nittv'.ening


Noi. it.


Roy Barnes returned to
Park Monday to resume hit
at collins College.


Winter
stu, ies


'oburn's Minstrels, not a Riabbit
I"',t tetit show. Heinember the date.
I'u 12. W\ilmanis Opera House.
Frank >'\bhv arrived home Satur-
:.,v tilit f,,iio I)en,orest. (ia where
h, h b heen a stu en at P'iInmont
(">11- ,
J. D. Maley while out shooting
New Year's day bagged eighteen o,
ni.ioete-n >luail. Mrs Malev ac-rm-
p.tIiitl him on the huut but did no

.?s P'Ws.e l'itkher, who has Leen
; Mr: I. I) Pitcher. on Orange
av-I,- I hiringg the holidays, re-
I,,t I t. I t, l.aid Mondayv.
'i- I. *'.," aipter of t lie D)au h-
.. f t,,- A nieritan ilev,,luti,,n
.;, immtet tim-ntrrow afternoon at
S.", t t01 lie (meof Miss tCnlgdon,
ii llalarax avenue, D)avtona Beach.
11v -iteS date of imnportatut evtnits
Co'.-itvtic'lt and l hode Iland.
M! M. M. I.<'i&zli'n azid son.
i!-"'s,i. and Mis F. G London,.
1,L h.ive been visiting the latter's
,, c'i-,i. Mr ant Mrs V Win 1 uger.
i: I wavt,'na Beach. returned to De
L i. I M,-,av'. tNev. I.on l,n, wh,
I P 4


What to e..-


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VWUANS


OPERA HOUSE
SEABREEZE


I Coburn Minstrels


Nt t a Tent Show,


Remember the date
January 12.


INDIAN RIVER ORANGES in:.,
rui' of the rape Fruit and
o u,-tr .Tangerines.......
-cleau andt brlght-uao clti', nr ru't.
BOX TRADE
en pLICITED ,it lt .i tmiii p.ic..h t i.
wU~L~ llLU Prif v .'. -1 i.cii iii~.
EORGE H. MUNROE
C POWERR AND ShIPPER
126 S. RIDGEWOOD AVE.-Daytunam. Fla.


E6ATOR 3


TO-NIGHTI
Complete Cha"Ml 1Pemi


Attractive PictureS WClB Wett
Seeinrg
Life, a Game of Cards.


New York.


Sailor's Dog.


Mr. P. 0. DOTY, Pianist.


WD-WINTER..


SU IT SALE.....


To make room for New Spring

GOOds wil close every suit in

the house for the following


LOW PRICES:


-M. B. AULI


tsona Lumoer

Rough and Dressed Cypre-
Lath, Sbunge, Floorin.g, Ceiiac g. irk,. Uw-.
OMlewd rYard.s: Eat coat Rallway a"j
hm jLJ


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SSeo


wm.uinuurng me as., me u.m


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The Daily News oflie is i I,,.;',


d. csses of Job Printing.


PR RINTI


f rtb


S '. ifI),


* 1,.,rk.


xt job of


Admission 10 cents.
Doors open at 7:00 p. w.


BILLIARDS AND POOL.
A IN:Itillf, tlht I. exhilliarnting. pleS-
aiW atnil i.,Ipful. A 'hoic linew of

FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO

I-rop in for a gool tinti.


P. LIAAH.


I


At GARDINER'S


....ART STORE


Art Calendars,


M uttocs, Christmias Boo klets
j ~and Card,-,.


Water Colors and Sou~enir
Viev~s of Davtona and

1mAhcJ m16,an J 11 hkanj c ,nt~ fJ 1LC
j Ph ~tin urn

EASTMN hODAhS AND FINS





Thellt '-ur 1


'At I, \i cvi.nider Stevens-Duryea. hour or
trill. all Molr.rzan [louse, ih)iie 1 1
D)r. Burton B >hinn n, who h: a
Feen visiting Ihis brother. Dr C. (.
ok)hfinnn. left M,,nday for home at
t L.'nis. M .


Nlr an I Mrs.
1-fi ,I ditil Soli


P. A. Reese arrived
1 inden, Ind.. and
s, J. W. and I.. L .
d avenue


v!r and M rs. B. F. Moore arrived
ifi.,lav frtin Maine and are located
Lt ti.o -a 1 's Mr. Moore is a pho-
t,,grapii-,r anb he and M-9. Moore
] 1t s.ease n herp.


M.,'IVarle Smith, expert book-' -" e n
k. 'r all i .-teiu..rapher, has just enables thls office t, turn out ; .,-
.r iv i., at thle Tr, v House from In-
,t iip Ind. Miss St!;ith has
).l' 1..., Ii Miss Sri th har Let us figure on you ne
Ik n ; iti ,s private secretary
'^ ,''' r.,e II. Munr(ee.


*T : )at o camne ,v
I ~ ..,t '%j~1 Sr. and ;
a m -.iu f STs. '

~ .'~'....Al'tim. who was in!~
*~ ho I I'
* ~--l c '".i all, me horn


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GOOD FOR


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Is.
III ~sIi ANI) ~inm~AVI4"()I
PIANo ( 4( )N'I'I'~T


SThese votes cast for


S ~ -c I. in 'h ee~e Le !~ j v; t lie 'Ier io uq ilin et saE ach 18811e til~t- 1 ~
K ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ M \= \r- 2X l. het ei eizgdiu"rk d v .....i llnleft on! It ulust be votedwthi w :,
'~ V .!'A!gt~~'... w-k Aj it- nte r *~'.~ rt: '11 Monday.


Wo m wa w "V Ti i '1191


LOCERY



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BISCUIT


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Matinee Saturday, 4:30 p. m. We swrhIV


Shtw Every Night.


LNTI MOTOR CAR
No. 8 Beach Street, Dayt

tomobiles and Gasoline

Diamond Tires, Bosch Magneml
and Spazrk Plugs.
Discounts Allowed the Ti
hUnd Cars taken in pait payment If


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