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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 7, 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: VID00276
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ISO* by Ube, Day-
a" saWMO Ammo
S^ to o lthis
i b- .I ndly by
pA" tin Noarthmand

b~imjet West ofrthe
a go of f ever ything
Oi I tOe i n- of eomnditiam.
A t Wag widened every
Ahe SWuOWeam ker is so 'small
SMON k S 4 begrow the smal I va-

| b Se imtkil ear ahipment a cir,
0 -68s vow forward in express
the priem beig saifficiently
4N O )-7 sol ingiW vegetable vb
La te ged work goes mer-
466 -i wIM Ous"ue to go on ai-
S- Yime appetite and Yankee;
SbeW e.L
Wi. F. RUOM 0. L. Spring and oth-
Aftwm e0 hbippiof largely of l.-ttuc-*
1t m -, md price remain rminuner-

4 ft. brubacker has made the first
S eihlpobmiiia celery. He has I iien
-1(ei quMmie" of it ,,n the lor.ul
; ket for somw time.
P. It may be of interest to know that
'.qut good slhipmentb of celery have
.he going to Miamai, aK have shpivuaII1 Af orange. also. Later in th, season;
Jmh ane luis ill send t W u% tona for their
-!- ar corn. Would you tiav, t bought
'I When it eomes to producing "green
llnd" (of the ediblariety, o(f course),
aOtona amay always be counted upon
to occupy a conspicuous place in the
fi t are just now getting u r
0hinmtnusi are JU~t fl(,w' r'ettang under


ULJted Mioe Workers Chair-
ed With Graft.


VAUB MS lET hoEATh.

[BY I'ntt-d Prin..
INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 7.-Thomas
L. Lewis has been elected Presideot of
the United Miae Workers of America
over John N. Walker, of Illinois. The
work of the1 national tallymen is so sear
completed as to show this to be correct.
The figures are not to be made public
until the convention meets, oo January
19th. President Lewi is expected to
sharply rebuke the tactics that it is al-
Ceged have been employed by Walker
to secure the office. It is highly prob-
able that Walker will be susMpended
from the organization if Lewis can
prove Walker guilty of alleged charges
of c('orruption( and graft.


M\Y KENRIUIARS Iff

FI P IL If ANILL[
4 at M
A Peep At Daytona Dxcides Them'
To Return For a Longer


Visit.
It was a representative party of bright [
and jolly folk from the Bluegras State
who descended upon Daytona, unan- ,
nounced, Tuesday evening, and after a&
flying trip up the Tomoka, and a hamty '
run around town. departed next evem-j A D I/
in, for the lower coast and Cuba.
The party was chaperoned by that SA MSANK
IPrince and Princee of good Kentuek-
inns President H K. Taylor and wife A
of tlhe Kentucky Weliey Col ege,. Win. II


NIS


-chester This is to say, the party was a ama U,, v&
g-ed.way, and a, the. season adlva'lee.-
,. se'ee~t of rihe elect. A t>^ r I A I
""" i' i:"''""CONSTITUTION
stco ht of th eexplvect. *FThey we-re charmed with the glimpse
account of themnselves. ,-. ..I. i^IIIIIIII
they got of Daytona, so much so that ONI U I
they decided on the spot to change their
afiBtT"' ilinerarv, and will return for a longer P
-rlay. The'y said they would ahort n Persian Insurgent Defies The Shah
-tay. Thici said they' would shorten
A lrr their viisits to less attractive and lest, in- And Says Nothing But Con
A SHLIf I AIP. t,.resting ointsL. and put in the time inI
l):.iyona. They want a spin on Day- -titution For Him.
at aIt tona'- inc(mtniparable, beach; a trip down ----
Sivingr Attention To Most I,- tlhe lalif,,x, h,'re tht"cluniy pelin Ii T[ flOl WORA D IS AWAIINI .
turns aquatic soinersaults; where fislh- I1 L ME O WRL PIS AWAiIi.
gent Needs of Sufferers Pend- hatk.ks lug oil tflounddering loads of mul I I it t
1F t. :rfnd whe.r, hueroelns and cranes stand
lug Further Arrivals. I'otaie'ia s.,tatei,,ess await. g a mni: lt l',iet'.,h l ..
sae s TEHERLAN, l'Persia. Jan 7.-lBaktiari
[r v i',t !'-. --I f TI, l1 ( trty found The Stilim an so
I"% .' ""*l '- TI T I ttiii(indTieSt illman sotribesmen are pil lagging g VHlages lie.rT Isp-
OME, Jaun. 7.-An -,ir ri., pl'< a ant and the itwcu so tempting an. figthe uti. i ,rt-th
ROME, Jan. 7.-Attbai-sadow I trtn-111 %%ii 11f' thi hotei *it Msan. d< fvig thje wtuviitions of flic
,led today for Mesiaa, 1akithis hostr eauart- Shah. I.awlessues.. f, llvO the diictator-
today or M t~in,,t-ki rz $.urr.-
hof bnown fund a?. an eii, OW He huolwnfds tal- are haert 11111: i i Nrg (1100 ~opr
Ulif. He hopei to 'perflect nrtLh:,- oli fetli',%,inB: conmdp-elvd tie' party .who today 'conmpl, t.vi .,,nt rro- ttile lsl:-
--to for the distribution of upijs- NMi.s i ati.- MaI Boned Maysville; Mr. asan and su.rr uL iIii i pr>\,nc, le
b rushed by AmerK'arn1 "ln' t.< h aliiam 11lher. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shah offered tie ':, -.ri!,p f l.,!:.,-ae
O batrtleship arrive the r-i'i ,, ijp J,. L I*-Oli'slle H. C. Willette. Paris, to Sansatnk. thut tle i:, urOwrt I'a,.r
1lh'q which has I,.t Itted at (,: M:- \!. J ne's. May 'iild; Miss Minnie declined, dtl-t ng lt;:a t!\ ti.:,t iwtli-
m' own .xpense. tlvin\ re.u* r .,: M.Iurpy \ el a',h-burg: Mrs. James dlined tc hr a ,, f uil. i n-
-- aei nd wAn ) n i.olS inre,-: i. nd.'- i-. "ho'n .ps, n iu tington. Ind. Mi.ss Alice ,t, ,,n ,, les,,s1 1 1,i; 1i ... .. ,1 t ,.]


QWim wzauill L6- r','imabursec 1.% -d it- (
Smflbutionsei

flarlee JLiieearrive'1 frimi u(; raii~

I hisswife anti rugzlitet. %%leo,
Been here fo)r sorw ti'* ii


1: .1. 1 \\% ,i'l estvr Mr. and Mrs.. Ja-
S lelu I .xingen,. aiid President a nd
M-. hi k. Ta"'yhr \\ inchester.

I;, L\ l'ii! tiii. the 1'cung t Mr a: i M I- \V Fuilguam. h.o.
T--.'. I ., i fr, l ,i- illness, andl i-
a h.ti l t :it .ii illn r'.Ir,,t .


fICIALDOMS

0
mninis'eiouo


trs Appoints Heads oif N arioup
Standing Committees f
" "." r,. :eir.g tI r. 1 .- '. *,, :. \ I',y .. :, '
si' n r- l :1 I : i \- 1
firing

THE FISHING


IS SAID


In The


Be Poor In The Mosquito
Lagoon.


-Ketten in Now York World.


A W NI OF EWS HEADINGG
FROM THE FAR WEST$
t I tI.t FOR
T h. ... v--i A I ........2 %.... firI .


i IIC3 Nrc :I1uway Ihinteresict i i;
The Fish and in Florida


W~eat her.
acialI le tt ter te4)IF. I I. Sprirg iaef Iv~
I. .Ili- f reene( '..A. Steele I I(- is I hi., %Ntie
tenl II cu ttlet I'. Wc as. i* s (if Iee :tl iiitfero-t
art- M Nr. Steeht, will paird-iitilt-ee (w
7ena kil" ia ~ ~few OeXeerptd
"'I lic fair 1'gll I-ilu: tit I1. :a1 1 1,- i, In
:ehI Ihie te C ~ eII e i" th 0:ie~\1. A
1)i-jhi-' Man v 1IlI [ I &- are10 11,
rfta I\- aced 11111:-'t 4,; Iit i :ll e i. *li I
Ing co(phe~d t-i'hl. It I !-'.1k, :e- if 4e%\ .1 v
tilling \\ill e.b i~ne ill Icafil!' r n I

"It lea-t leiI II-f!1aIliV '
the' :jeell- \% f. ihall I I) I 11;k lI:e-t 'yi I
but A l(Itu lie! '-.. is :I \ i,, it Id-
\\a.rn i llIle i t, li. u enili]. I I e e .V :i I
d 4, if.- S, I InI thIIe I' ,I* r -i I'e I l *i,
arid III It 111, ly1v < nI I t n I
(I i r y't, > tI~i C .'I t n H
eIrIsu y taIfha\ i, a ill w anC

tuke's very het~'ti, t I. lt ttupe lit-re
"I Ilieee e ta led I tll 1.l4 :ill\, eitie ( ''
tthe acti' yiIf oj reI riciihii'zi~ani i~i til

ut ~ V i' e t itfreon :!i..1 t -t i t 'iei
Ilk v'~! i,?I I Itirt -1 i Iit '
"u I -a%\ I v :I ]m (. p .ipc l ie;f, 'I 0
Mel~e~t Il fa ilr l n Y it he l rrt(

all kinds. I hecepe ivi-'U v e e fle! I f tc
l i 'h, c's and hir'IlUiItitIll SUtN:f, 1
ll1 tri.~ ~r tit. I lu" Ii ,IT '' *,iie I-If thtI f. K

azU I ete it td ,.Till ret 1. I %VaI it i~ I I


t1


THE


BEISELsElI


WOMEN


NOT GUILTY.

Jury Acquits Them of The Mur-
S der of Captain J. Clayton
i Erb.


WHY NOT HAVE RESTRICTiONS? THE JURY IN ALL-NIUIT SSS1U
It It R
The Daily News has it fr,,um pretty [ly 'iiltedit PIr.i]
good authority that prolessitonal net MEDIA, Pa. Jan 7 -The jury in the
fishermen have worked the St Aulgis- i celebrated Erh murder case returned a
tine district to a practical finish: so verdict of not guilty in the trial of Mrs.
much so that only the novice or the hnt.st ('layton* Erh and her sister, Mrs. Cathe-
patient fishermen with rod and reel \\\:Il rine Beisel, charged with the murder of
waste his time fishing up there. It 1e- Captain J. Clayton Erb, prominent Phil-


Ing no longer profitable to set rets in the
Matanzas waters these fi-ihermen have
come down this way and are now plying
their trade in Mosquito Lag,-o
If this be a correct statement of fact
-and this editor gives credenrice to th,
statement or he wouldn't give the suil-
ject this time and spiace--it is a mrnifr-
tune for the towns in this section -Day-
tona, Port Orange, Ponce Park, Cur,,-
nado, New Smyrna, llaks Park,O()k
Hill anid Titusville.
lromn )aytona south to Titusville the
fishing is notoriously good and it is a
rare thing that a fishiiig party itiei:-
iorne emnpty-linhled. It i- ,,f tlie ltnIo-t
importance to this section to e ( ,it
that these waters reini iIlenrtifullv
stocked with fish. llun'lred-, rin, df ."
for the privilege of indulgin.- in the (de-


lightful pas.'ime of fishing with liok
and line, and if the fish arc caught by
wholesale and shipped out fior purely
mercenary consideration tih lay will
speedily come when suchi per-ons -
the hook and linte itItl i-i. w,- \vil!
look elsewhere for a lih v, r ,f r,.t it i
It i a wel l l k .vrn t tnke out i the m ulle t, i I,- : ,, ';r ,;
their r fish that fee, *;|n !i t I .;: ',, i:
I ln t otilit r f,.r,, li ;g g ,i|I,-.
I


On long Cruiii,.


^ T"lh v' lit lD ai~y '" ,,t M1,':;,: '.. -
| |tl."" I \ rii\ 'ril hid r f | iit ;i t \ ,i .i
| | ^\ ^\1 I il l ; el tfie-e 'c\;.te ii !a.-t \\ t' r, ;rei Hi '' .,\ Ir
V!0 L I r. ,3 1 (;:t, \a, r., ti .~t,*i,, i,'. !
U S SIE.I1. II. Sle' i- '17 ffet i" l,,.'t' '
alt Called Because democrats 17 f(,ot l.ean,, :thl :s ;<,.i l s.\ '...
._ .(I }l(.io 'epc(w tr >' ;ii~ll lt ,.ii.:ir ,
proposition To Contest The .50 ,
1The aisy i ,,- -I i -,
f.nvernor's l in haElecti on .l; a, I ,, 1 i .'. \


LEGISLATION IS NOW BLOCKED.


l i I it r. te in, Iof ('IeI-I*t y I e-~t I

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D[ AROUND COMPANY

D[LIVER THE GOODS,


Present An Excellent 1Prog ra ni
Xu'd l1a~c Large and Respon


Ii


at U > Ih' -

hre it':JCe ('s


siie Audience.


* .~t irv l t' cit urri iI4 **

Theie 1 t.Xrn is ir' '*
a hg('u~i~a!V s-i iian a t is


adleljhia politician.
The killing of Captain Erb occurred
Oct(,ber last at Red Gable.s, his country
home near Philadelphia The jury
reached a decision after an all-night seq-
sion and much wrangling and frequent
instructions from the presiding judge


NEW YORK ASSEMBLY


NOW IN SESSION.I


(iovernor Hughes' Pet Theories
Likely To (iGo Through With-


out Opposition.
tl l I' it,'l l'r,'.. i


ALBANY, N. Y., Jan. 3-The Or.e
iiiindrr'dj aid Thirty-second session of tl e
State l.,gislature is in session r -ady f r
wrk. 1Thos. V. 'Wad(sworth, SIeaKer
'f th' llouse ., and John Rains, president
protlei if the senate There is ant un-
,i.i:llv iatrrge anlolint of proz-pe.tive
l ,i'lalt,,n c'infr, ntin the as.%efhubly.
T'ier. i- little tp;osit',n to (;.vernor
iiLlI'h pet themoiis in .-ight.
'I pr irinciptil feature of the morning
- i--rI l. .- tli e < ,\ rnor's ,',()0 wontd
fit -i


I ~~ (ang(icts ,Scntence.


\:,> \ f lil .l.Y, N. J.. Jan. 7.-Thle
j.:V ir! '.,' a-.It t *'a e against Charles
N.-,,', Il.trrYv Van u!iivr and Fred Van
\ i ** tutrr l ,ta verdict4eef guilty to-
:,.* 'I .,. rt,, n ',.\ onvi.cte.l of a.s-
r I .ri,,t U oruian, burning
S.\ !,:ti.ne( f thegang imphli-
** *.: ;- !,;>'.',.l 0l( a'-count ef the
;d : i',P irii tlc rej. station (,f
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A MEDLEY.


fWALKER.


ft= AuAmtAn The Depsel Piet .1 The


TO BE POOR

Matanzas Waters- Will


A BRAND NEW DEAL


The Vote As It Stood Mlonday Evening.


IN VOLUSIA Off


Chairman of Count% Co


p


I


mKetten in Now York World.


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RBBONS NOTIONWS ETC.r.


W 9s8 Patterns.


Telephone 0.


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FANCY


A w line just in of Fancy Vests for men.
The style are new and right from NewYork


SANTHONY


VESTS.


$1,50 To $3


BROS.


Who are never satisfied unless you are.


M.l 11i1iiLL 111 COMPAN---,--------------



I. ELLA DIVOY & COMPANY, I


Ladies' Hatters,


No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,


Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,


HIGH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.


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**UUiiiiiUSUUIUS3SIIUU~~:USSSU~~ mmmi mum. mmmi


January Sale of


ImmImII
-Imm mmI


Clothing and Shoes


NOW ON AT


THE


BEACH STREET,


GiLOBE


DAYTONA, FLA.


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SEABREELZE, Li:~.7. T!,(Ladlivz
Sewing CMi, l~met V-Ied vatr n
at the ( .niu.oo'. Nir-. A. B. C'I trk%-.
plt'Ic.a nt 1ot-te7-s (" the t~fterri,!t
IIA7rr% C. %% il~or. is du:% r.-~~e
j rt Ir-e if the Pl'.aee Iflie td-tri~t tand
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NEW SEASIDE INN
AND Fi 'ISI: 11 < TT.\' ;v

Everything Modern,
Homelike and Comfortable.
Directly on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.
S->6 11:1; D.AY AND' IT.
H C St EA
HORACE STEWART


D.AYTC)N.A 1,1.A Ci!.


n' IN',~'rta i Vecil. lit- I:I-- I t




r, d 1 t T 'f !, C U -"
f fer. -1!,(i I,, aU-v : :


M ,- a- Bin f.rnr -- i v'r :r,


1!t '~~l I' it


SURF CREST





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1II~INA NIALY UES
day, fr0 Desembel' I t Api by
TEGAZZIUNK ('r
T. It. 7yGRLEditor- muinnger.
&. V. D thK3 ity Editor.
C. PL HAURKS. CtretilatioD Mlanautr.
030. 7. Omou, Superilltrdent.


Fire Chief O'Neil, of Ridgewood.
N. J., who has been here to spend
the holidays, left for his home yes
terday.
Capt. and Mrs. W. S. Erve and
daughter, Miss Daisy, arrived Wed-
nesday from Washington, D. C.,
and are located for the winter at J.
W. Fulgham's on North Beach
street.
oburn'a Minatrels, not a Rabbit,
Fox)t tent show. Remember the date.
Jan. 12. Wilmans Opera House
Mr and Mrs. L. G. Porter, of
Blue Mound, Kansas, are visiting
their son, Rev. Herman G. Poiter
and family, on Loomi3 avenue Mr
Porter has purchased property at
Port Orange and is preparing to
build a residence thereon.
"Ai T .M4BiII.E FOR CHARTER-Four-
cylinder Stevens-Duryea, hour or
trip. call Morgan House, phone I I0.


Mr and Mrs. John H. Miller and
SMrs. Eva Williams. of Pittsburg. ar-
, rivedl Wedlnesdav to spend the win-
iter with Mr and Mrs. F. D. Spring,
'on Ivy Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Miller
have spent several seasons in Day-
tona in the past, but last winter they
I varied the routine and went to Cali-
ifrnia.
SF,,R iRE\r-Large house, 14
Rooms .situated at Silver Beach, near
automobile club house: bath, hot
and cold, hard and soft water: fur-
nished. Garage and servant's iar
ter s. Rental. $.twU for season. In-
quire of T. E. Fitzgerald, or any
Agent tf


).XX'TW NA BEL~ACH, Jan. 7-Thie
:,l Ah u r:t i:- well adve.rtist-d in a neat
r.. %% ilz which Mr. Freornan has p~act-d
..t the int'r!--cetion of S4-abr-eze w.aenue
Mlr:.. Rt't.d. Mi. Frc'ezzan, Mi.'ss Wake-
',ld aud mh-i- taking up~ a party (if
'-wvnt v, attt r~ded the' Ut' Armc'nd cou-
v- Tit :at th 1e .A 1)t is t c h urech TIut .day
Rt-,-. C. E'. Iarsuris li-ft yesterday ev-
t'i: u .Xtto-ui] the NM. K: I onfert'Lct'
NI-.. 1tlar, a portrait ;.amttt-r. ti'-
I r ni Br' ukl~'ii w-l ha-:- t.ikemi
r t)!, o'riavenumie.
NLi!,M--- Cannons and Mary Allttii,
11 L'-l:d Are-, Ptllding 3 few A-dda.! ft
M r.ad Mrs. J. C. S-itby and Mr-
L,% nw~utier, \Mr:.. arid,-rhutT,ffar-
I fr in-,N.wark, N. J., and %~ill
S:I t:.tir third winter qt tle 'W1.ittc

z.- a ho' Surf Cr--t.
M.A S S)a:.ltrr, C. Ii. Wh"uan-!
II,.:~~~ r' r*t'r' Ii f uru i~h the mnubi
A- t;. Print. cv 41,urge Hot el foer the P.dI
in, n1 lanjut-t Oils afternoo-,n.
I %7-Nb- ;-4 acv and Ruth Keating
NI i..v ~mi~g Soit'pretty (.r igrirai
iii-A--.-t- i ntro.duc'ed in the etivtrtmiln-
Ii']! 'It .ie i''t-xing. L~incing '"%&-; en-
.Ar refrc(-iiuint'LL."wvre- -'erved.
Mr. anid Mrs. Cl'eve", Who have lcei-n
s n:.i h murnth tr, the beach in one
2 :t:, M'"~.~r tutagsleft ye-sterdaty
r t!, ir \Viscvn-Ain L~ume at
n--A c,1I atkti. N. 1D.. arrived
vt -t- r. Ltv a-. ~~ ret- it t i ite


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I L n. NI. F. ('h4rLin a.i -Lt'd


ApplicatiOn pending for entrv at tilw
postoffilc St IsYtoni. Florilaa. :,
second class mall matt.r.




BUSI-ESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS



F. W. POPE"
Attorney and Counsellor at :
,Law.
Pracll" in Statte and Federal ('ourt- 0
0 OFFICE OVER PO5TOFFICE. 0
0 Telephonie -4
L---- ...u.n.._- *u OuOuOO
T. E. Fitzgerald E. F. tar,.-'
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Special Facilities for Examining and
Perfecting Land Titles.
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 12,

G 0. A. KLOCK, M. D.,.m
'* PHYSICIAN AND SLMiiO%
* A.\-'tetlu d with k. M. Ferguson. M. t).
n "pei-hel k 't. utioii ..i\ .I4 to li-. .. e.I
Fittling <^ ;l4i, -
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E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
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!: ROY HOWE, M. ). :.
Physician and Surgeon *
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SEABREEZE SANITARIUM.
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Import d
but is Made
in [)a. t ona
deli, cred at
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Hi. EEL'G E NE J ()-HN SO0N.
Bicycle Livery.

BicceS supplies and Repairs.
Comm& arid See.



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o'14n" ones *so" ne mo 0*


DR. ED)ITH B StlOEM.%I,
~ [)ENTISI1

fm TI 4 %F~


Taming P*ttL.
Patti was to sing 81190 a
at Bucharest. but at the "
she declined to leTe Vk8DL It Win
too cold; Snow ever-V bfIfsh
not risk catchinl bert at of tcli
. Schurlatn. the .lpres'I ^w S




-e despair until a Ipb t
enfme to him. Qukko y aivh tclh" T5 i
to the advance agent ft the oi6-
nMin capital: -At w b,,tC .Cost Patti
murt receive an ovation at an-re.-t
station from the Italian tlOstoeCI.
Send me by return the follow I "~
&The members of the Italian a00 3-
manlan nobility are l afriflE tO__I'
M me. Patti a magniuffent l ecpthm
The ministrY will be reprewuite Pt
_", qfl. torches and band&~ Tde-
i'ph the hour of arrival. Te ad-
vance agent carried out this tostre-
thon. and when the telegralm dictated
t,. him over the wires arrived In VI-
enna it was hl:nded to Patti. with the
desired e fect." "'uw charming!" sN
murmured. "What time do we start?'


Acco


unt5 fCl


Every iM shld
coIrt. he child

early trani nsav
ilacquire i a habit

valuable in later yes


ResPOISiMIty Of Startiq
rests on those -who love tbt
offer the opportunity. 1
especially desired. Four 1
compounded quarterly pal
Deportment. Accounts m
one dollar up.


His Wonderful Invnttion. Mr
Australia. as Is well known, Is in-
fested with rabbits, a most destruettive
and multitudinous pest. Not long up T h M ,ag
a mnan invented the following plan: A. D. MrBRIDE, Presddm-
Yot> go) out into the field from which A. D McBRI. DE,. CONRAD,
1tit, !oOt .N.CND
the nilrldit nrre to te removed. You
.iv ,,.wn a tr,,. and on the slant tDf
rlt' stUnip 1i)tpm panlt a black spot'
Thi yii kee'p very ,nlet. so that the _.gs i
r:tl,its will c'wlei t,ack from their bar-
riws ard fetdl a *isual. When a ry orI O l ^u I 9
lir,-e eii utlh tomiler has collected you OU STOR -99g
clap yiur hands sharielY. The effect I THlE SPOT CASH GROCERY i
x ill lie elthrtr,'. The rabbits will jump Two Door soobih ou io t postolce Wh itlh
l:i ha.'e fr their lurr.,ws. At least H. S. MILLER. Proprietor. ha E ,rtd,
,,ro 1Is sure t., mistake the black sivt You will save UM by buying hero THE b
f,,r his hole nil make for It. Invarla- THE --s
!.!v hie wil dash -his brains out. This ,
lr,,twvs. repeatedly often enough. Is ,
warraintel to exterminate the rabbit 0 --


The rep-rt.;(do not say whether
thr are "' v r.litsleft In Au. trala. ir Ii LE
,hr.rryrb~iBlftNGHAM>; **j|U~I MtffALEY
HAVE NEW STOCKS
AutomobileForSale' I-- -
Almost New Reo Runabout. 0 Lace and Nguslin Ci
%%ith Folding Back i
Seat.
-3 Make Selections Now. Furnitu
IltL.. -Rk&N F'Oi( PEOPLE ANIWHERE.3
IN !I -rCI. ASS CO%DITIo%. Don't Fail t,, ict ia., l .'t*- .?-
I.
-- Ak
\ N I'.:. 1- I 'as Ights, Genera-1 *444


-. i; ;,;,.,'.!.,ry.~Springs and all tolsI
\\ ill he sold at very low figure.
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IIL ; [I [L/ll.51.1 '' PlI tl> I
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The Sy-racuse, Tf~r..4A,,E N-

THE PIN[flURST Iet.k-tli
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DAYTONA ICE COMPANY


ICE


Niade fiua
\\ ater.


t FWW Our %\av,,n-i i.,ikr Trips
I'St,,d.:,. to a'l _Pa
DAYTONA, SEABREEZE. ()RMOlN id D.lJ 'IYT
Ice for Boats Delivered at ar' !' ,, SackLtdO
OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant .i
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FOUNTAIN CITY
LIVERY TRANSFER STABLES
HACKS MEET ALL TRAINS.
T HEFINESTTI-NOLTSINDAYTONA
I Blacksmith and Carriago*
SShop in Coan ction.
L EO. A. FOYE. Proplot., 4


CATARRH.nma,,
JIII HIB Bi-netait R|el( 00
Vl'l/lRII~lliru.,,,d poIt,,o.,- cur.. 4
CATAoRR wr,' -'r..,
ToijecLabrtor>y^,, B ^ ^ ^ 1123^


When Making Purchases of


R. tI. ,NIC.)(,N-I.D. Meats.


t! O %1. K. %L i.TAN, G(ents" Furnishings.
(iRLlI-.-(k )ORRISIs IARWARE COMP.ANY.
I .Nd1'..M & A.L-Y CO., Furniture.
1' -ikirwilck KSCOMPANY. Drygoods.
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Oppodbe" 1beht Club -


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specialty-lrges and bet


Loested Se bof C mtml &is


F. A. ROOT'


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Is o w n"" an Dayc.n-
lea WmQly: ~'~.:: "O
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an t. It YOU & ioter-
Ia =t soft at The
a-"lC~tl; orTH
Modern
dou 104.-
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mM -~ ate'r through
Gins th9ghout: plait'red
mM eued esIu-; p newr a wad IIn
euIC~Or;~ CIn a-; attract Iv.
SG M n lg trape fruit It M
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emm; mmd terxMm 4d- 41E
w 0. Iv ts ewf l*.
or W. M Aget, lwtt--
go Irestl

Give 100
Dol
an toroomfor wver I
ed@ gmedfriiws on the unw kW. M%
IV; ,, sorft 0 psthat havt- not d-Adverti

FIVEROOM HOUSE and
Large Lot in KINGSTON
MOPK PALE. lmqulrt- of.... But or
P cCOW) REAL r-STrA go"lI'N'i (II give a
NOR/m~'Nn S. [).? ,~TO%.
1. T. PMAJLEAN. Owner.

NLU N LOTS Of RHIDGEWOOD' f;[R[ISA
m I eN w &- *,ntlr. 0. fl Ix.w L,".4'1 -!IM F


oawn Addition to 14 Inmits. TIi.-'--. r,
aOttion tb.' niout d.rtldrait.- vme.i.l Idbl1 I. ft
uic Regq-woodmvvtiu* -4 fin.. Forb orl.-.i. ftd --
nitQ ebonw. For priees~cr whiro.4


i:. S. HALL
Architect Cind Iuikt-.


(Juice- .N9 29l alllwtto Avelaue

I )avtol hi. I h Oridt.


PRESCRIPTIONS |
We call for and Ik-licr
yThem.


YUSNTS mI RM\C
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Just Telephone to No. 4.'
We will do
the rest.
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TEST


IE DAILY


NEWS


AN I


G(AZETTE-


NEWS


Votes For Every
liar paid for


sing


or Job Woik,

I Subscriptions
larger number.


CfAKNC[ [ E[VERY-


I:TENRESTED.


SI'BSCRIPTION DEPARTMENT.


I ( I.i i ),sc-ription, 54.0)vo
:('lul, ,f l at sulbscriptions, 4,i .lO vo
ClIit ,,ef letl i sultKcrilpt'ns I(, n vo

i'lcHrc i- 11 li0llit to the numi
f liLii'. ic.tcli co. ntestant may secu
The suhscrition price of T
Weekly (iazette-News is $1.50
year; The Daily News is $1.50 I
the season by mail.
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Everything

Photographic


SPEC


Z;IAL PRICES ON


Portraits for the Holi-
day Season.
I c\ c- tping and Printing #or the
Amateur a Sp-cinlty.

Anderson & Clark
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Ormond or Ormond Beach,


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MACON THORNTON
REAL ESTATE

ORMOND and ORMOND BEACH


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INO MATTER WHAT \O1 THINK


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BE IT A CABIN OR A MANSION


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One of Daytona P crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever met foot upon its month, packed
msnds; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
,drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo-
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed sand but real-
ized that it is a world-beater, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
ty in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.
The Pcd. Peflucid HWliax River.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
lion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon lier bosom.
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
bteckoning, 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 p. liean poll
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk -trfg-
gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
S 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 thr" river from Ormnoud bridge to
Ponce, Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy fon-ver, and one of
tt.h modern wonders.
The Enchentingt) PIcturesque Ridgewood.


place report more and better, Daytoma
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Sbrdts, Irw Bilrds d FrutU.
Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve callous one
may be to many things, the mere men-
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and
fruits" will mend a thrill that is reflected
in distended pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "goo-
ber" there is a bunny ready to come out
and accept your gift. Hie 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 its earliest visit paid
And summer's lingering blossonts are
delayed.


In one yard
predominate.


roses of
another


variagated
household


II u"s
ha% e


HOTEL PALM BEACH
burrounmd by wMra waters of the Gulf
Stream' Protects Igerft from ALL oold
wether. Its homelike informality and
moderate rates attractive to those mak-
Ing a long stay. For booklet and rates
address MANAGOR Palm Beach.

Despland Hotel.
The following guests arrived at The
Despland yesterday: Mrs. N. L. Hay-
den and child Chicago; C. W. Buding-
ton, Palfatka; J.B. Walker, Jacksonville;
S. Seward, Petersburg, Va.


The Stillman.


The arrivals at
day were: Mrs.
Somerville, Mass.;
Touissett, Mass.;
Adnolh Su lIrJ:ehd


a penchant for the poinsettia and Kentucky delegati
the premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety is The R
the spice of life and here is.-where you
find it. The following we
The birds flit in, and with their joyous Hidgewood yester
notes help to give fullness and synlmme- Jacksonville; Fred
try to the picture. 3 Miss F. E. Murray,
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day- itt, Rockledge; Gc(
tona yields the palm to none for quality K. Fraser F. R.
and quantity per acre. There are scores 1t. II. Preston. C.
of citrus groves in proximity to the city, ville; Charles A.l.
branches bending to the earth within their daughter, Pittsbur,
burdens of luscious golden gol)es, lwhichi
for beauty, proliflicacy and all desirable
qualities would truly astonish' The Prin
The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out. The Prince Georp


The seventh world wonder, do you|
ask? Come, whether from Mi.ssouri or
from Maine. from Kalamaxoo or from
Timbuktoo and you will be '"slh)wn."
Here is whetre- world's records for speed (
are broke-n with every recurring s.a:otn.
Autos the biggest, the fastest arnd l lie
finest are on daily parade ;land th,-' lig
show is as free uas the pure artesian
wate-r from tle thousand tliwing \wllk.
It is a continuous show wit th constantlti
shifting scene.
Evervthinfi foes, from :L 2--horsen(e ,w'r


'',s Ridgewood avetnut- ia upon th- crest ,If 'up to a 200-horsepower, and all d 'grcs
e a broad ridge, straight as te crowiie, of speed from a canter t( :a two-mile-a-
re and thu wide-sprading bra:nches of tle e ip. You ill ably ctc
heavy-trunkt-d li\x-o)aks- extent their the spirit and when vou (i) the roadi.s
'he giant arms iac'ross this magnificent vista, and the beach are vo(us Tl- lT ilorida
) a forming an arch, and from thesete xternd- i s fe the I,,
for ed arms great fei-toous of iSpanish frfI.ss )reezes are free, their :II~t atl squirrtil'
sway as the trade winds froim tropicst'as l1t h r are fre.,' tlie piarklini
,i.l, fan themrn. Loo, king straight atlte:td (down ,utit:(tin :mter t ir frt t-,, ll \(,ll \ ill ia ,
IIn- t sl.i, hitt- sh-ll sire,- t onat has tlle 1i,- t,, ,go ,i~ irai ,.,.ir w:ale.t oniily fer tuinf
presi.on of a fairy path with ilfili dra- for th(,e ,wi t. ibd a ;ntrid l.arl.
Series but a, you i)1 v,. :,loirg arid t.-t T i- t f.ii tul I i.tii'( it" :ll
an t-eve fir-t to th.it, right arid tlien to to ti. lh ,I ,illrl ,tlher :t i -
S le'ft vou see di.stiriLui.shed tttn tle 'l, t. rd I l ing tite l ,.tt lleh l, it \fill
* ii tihe t itost dt-liglttful S.,ineti .a Cotlicn ani
See tile glistening l--af ef tlie grand' l
mrlagnolia which nature" i, \isvarnil-hcd as-
no artist's brush ever (c(,uld; and tlhe,
cabbage palms with tht-ir burdvrni o r id
showy fruit arind s aviri lp.aln-: ,s('-tlie t .
love\l holly with its exqlui-itc 1,(err.;- : KOe LJ AA K1
tit (linIIhbinig vin-s running riltin thie I: i, I r I
Films,lD)rPlates,
tree.-s see th, (.cryptlogaim>lils fornias which I
gain a foothlild ton tile great aksandi Chemicals,
li ,- ,tat.'lv palni ,s and surn-ly y, will
jl1 in the chorus ai,,l -a, tli:it thii- i- a Card Mounts,
*worli woundir for hI,-iutv.
-urpassing Bcaut> No one of l)avtoia-: ttriacttions, .r- TH[ B[ST iODAKi INISHING
h.apl conlTrlj:tndl- more I'ariv tIiri\'ver-aT! [
attention and praise than Id-'- till art i- T
li' cottaget. Tie o\\n-nri s f thi seclharni- *
ing villas hiil freom evtryv (corr of 'IIvent* four thel rS
1 In Twent\-four Ho urs
country and they lk ing tin ir o\\n r a- a I "-i
St((-tural plans idl iild tillon tan inbal a \ : ,. .. i
as thit,' architectt( ir' f i c' o e cts(tin o,f tli.
-, ,untrv ditf,-rs tron,, tallt ar<'!:it.,tIr, IOf IProfessional (inoods at Ia. k-
in ii 0t -n M rices.
Another so ti our t, s i in S\~ard) app(.arr.i ar-ti -trut rj.i] li'autv
froiii lm e ant ti ,, r. T hicr aar n *a eli /i
I i ous r ow s of -tnikliig l\ >-iiia l:'r lt>'i ,'li n s g 0
leut tfli- e\ a- it swcp-(' I) \. 1: titi't ii
t t a kaleid scopir I(chanric I ,.1' 1; k' *: KODAK PL AC :.
i t n' di)nn wondt ring "\ hat :,# \t t' I ,..t l r t the
It ,t ,*a ,a ,nv. t :,t ,,, f IPrince (icorge Hotel.
Sl~ln,.se ]ho i,.' 1lint a v, t axtt t f ;t ,i u it),- I
I t i t -v ar iilod ]is of I ". eD) '; i 1) IIA. N .A1ORI) k.
TIf" '.*is~i ;ti.d furrlisl]ii; :(ivt e\ilit- ,c *ieme*eme meuememr m
S of tli el' i:tr-ilte andlt i;'t\a?, i'! 0 ;f t ;' 'I
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THE CLARENDON


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EASBRW VWr, FLORIDA.

Opens on January Ist, 1909


g Cottages with Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Hot and Cold Water,
* Telephone; HIigh Grade Appointments, For Rent, with or 0
M without servants.


The Stillm an yester- ; -- u ul Wpl -- W -l l l -lW. ..
Mary T. Jenningsp,
Charles T. Brayton,
F. W. Miller, Tampa;' HOTE I L LLDESPLLAN IL
Leesburg, besides the D D ..
on noted elsewhere. Florida
Now Open for Season 190o8-9.
Idgewood.
SL. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.
ere the arrivals at The
day: H. M. Silver, Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent.
SE. Swart Atlanta; ... .. A
S. SwartAtla Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Insuite. Steam iHeat.
, Boston; Frank Hew- ,
nrge I. Fraser, Chas. Every Modern Convenience. Sn'1, for Booklet.
Thomas, New York; .
Sanderson, Jackson- Mitimr I ATL N 111 I, N; rrii n- tt I'l-r, -Kti<-lo (lnDd.
Visthinthan. wife and *m**m**m**m**m**m**mm*mm*mm*mm**m*m--m--


g.


ce George.
ge was about the bus-


ic,'t place in the city today, the final
Iprl)ara:tion being made fur the Pal-
miitto Club banquet this evening. The
lii,(tl, with everything in readiness was
bt ing given a last brushing up, and the
decorating was being done by Mesdames
Ililyard and Holroyd. When all is
renldy this evening The PIrince G;eorge
will certainly present u v, ry pretty up-
pearanet.


Schmidt's Motel.


Arrivals at this house are picking up
sil-ce the first of the year and the- fol-
low()itg we-re registered yesterday: Mrs.
(;. B. Murdock, Miss A. Harrison, Miss
NI Flint, E-ustis; (.e-o. 11. Mills, (). M.
W-ellhslager, I. S. Miniie-) C. I Boyd,
(;. C. Zaring, .lacksonville; C. .. Mix,
Jantestownr, N. V ; T. J. Atkinson, Mirs
R. 'T Silith, Miss Knight, Mis. .1. 1".
Knight, J. (0). liers, Samnut-l (uint, wife
:Tand Still, New Y0ork; Burt (.Chuattr ald
i,.. Springfield, N Y.; 1F. MNI. P'hillip,
I ),'v- r, (.'ol .; A larn Scha;nt.t \\ if-.,
forti liy an1 l ,,aid, I)avtolr Oli.),


Strong Monosyllables.
It'is!t'i'i!. ." i!l t.1he- :irt 1' f r-;ir
f r1i,1 l, I l 1 ),ll;i1l4s. hlt IIl tire v w -
ki', I I, l hyvnni "'la:-lt I l1'A!\ I. IgI t."
\' II I titt i v ', i t rf.tIr ,of tht i ':i l.II 11h
n: l i-z'..' yi ini iim l-t ,ul t tirtit r Y c i ,, -it
"(' lit k e ^ S \, <1 f 1e s- \ !1)l)Ilil10 4 onlI]y
T I'ln 'Y oIfft,- l | rnI ,itlhcr t <. 'e I, r O ilr th<

M iP l' 4 ,ft 4 11 s1 "s n t 1-l'4-4 1 1 rf ll 111 1-
vl: ;'I s.. Ir t t ,he sc -t tld 1I....1;. *f "'I';ir
:Ii '-t T,)'-t" wet' ;icv .
"I"i.'. fietid
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IelhtNe- andtti an Irish glrl Junst whern

N, ot 1 ;- ,* xI ears :ire- few. at e't!.e-r
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Wahligt a Authorities Think It
Wise To Take MesuiS For


Precaution.


[By I'nited Pres.]
WASHINGTON. Jan. 7-Detectlves
have been amigoedo guard the home
of Justice Daniel Thaw Wright, who re-
ecutly gave sentence convicting Gom-
IWr, Mitchell and Morrison i i the coo-
tempt procedipgs, on account of the
numerous threat received by Jbdge
Wright from the labor leader sympa-
thizer.

TK LEUL EXECUTE


F LNTEIS BEINS.


Many Get The Death Sentence-
Mountaineer Shot For Asum-
ing Ouise of Fugitive.
By Untllied Prt-ss.'
MESSINA, Jan. 7-The legal execu-
e ition of the looters began this morn-
ing. Many were sentenced to death by
the newly convned court martial. Fifty
villagers of the niouutain region I av'
been shot within the last tihrev days ftor
obtaining tsulpplies under the guise < f
fuairyes.


TNTON CHAINS


MAKES POOR WITNESS.


An Examination At The Hands of
The District Attorney Lasted


Fourteen Hours.


FlAShI-I N(;. L.. L. Jan. 7-Th-erut'cr
11am- lItft tilte wtne~s!s 'tand at it eno
Th exim *aini atitin at thchi hnds of thi
dlistrici tt Icerney la~tecl fourteen htutors
It Is bfehu~d ecl tll ain :iiadce u poot~
ulfl -!r.* 1111- ciis 1 1:i1 4. arrirn i dl~ e 2
m-tl-i.ii. at xcu-iin heini vc-t -rday
w, t i -%-, e lWecris tl~w portt Uriit%* uT
St Uligicl 4'IIIICIZ oUt IIii- t-I'mYv10elIf I g l
tort w --4iiargs t1,cdau lacked !ief, k r
%kfl 2 I L' 0 cI a I I I


PRESIDENT TAFl'S SALARY


Is TO0 BE $ImU.


Senate Finance Committee Sav
So. [ix %'ice- U'resident's and
Speaker's at .t.
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p1k *~ the 10;i :,:oikil?.gti it ,.,t L;r of tho

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HOLLY HILL


I It 1. ) I I 11.1.. JIall. 7.-- NITs. I ).o cri-
rwrt aind t-fl Alvin arrived Saturdn N
u ald tt-, o ifortabll ,ettit-d il l ill-I!


Nutbm Editr In Town.
George D. Curtis, for many year. a.
sodated with the editorial department
of the Hartford (Coon.) Timen iis in this
vicinity for the season. -Mr. and Mrn.
Curtis are registered at the New seaside
Inn, Daytona Beach, and are delighted
with the beautiful tropical scenery, the
drives and other attractions of this .(ec-
tion.
Prowlers Around.
Prowlers were around Sunday night
but beyond frightening several people
no damage was done.
The H. G. Gardiner residence on
South Palmetto street and the Ivy l.ane
Inn were the places visited. In the lat-
ter place the stranger wandered into the
sun parlors where he was found looking
at a picture. Wten accosted by Mana-i
ger Foltz the man put up a hard luck:
atory and asked for work. However,'
when Mr. Foltz offered him help in the
way of money the man became impu-
dent and was put out. Hie may have
come into the house thinking the 'oast
was clear and finding that not so made
up the story to get out of it, or lie may
have been simply lo,,king over the iay
of the land.

Hob-Nob With the Khedive. I
[By 'iditilt Pr.--.]
CARIO,. Egypt, Jan. 7 --Kh.,ive t,-
day received Rear Admiral lP',tter, (. 'in-
manderof the fourth divi.-imn of tlih-
Atlantic flert. The ollive.rs of tl.. ichet
hn-reare being entertained lax\i-]iy Iby
SAmbas-adorlal agents.


Millionaires Swindled.


,)I% I' li t,-l.. PAIIS, Jan 7-- -Th police now be-
iieve "('Counrt Ii:inn." the swindlir of
millionaires tlirough clairvovaricy, got
Iully $700,000. Those dupt.-d are pour-
ing into detective bureau:- lodging ccil-
alaints today. The wiiller's narue i-
.uppi,,-d to he JohnW \\arner.


Corpse Found in Stove.
I I I % it' 1t Il'l ..
I.ENOX, .Micli. Jan. 7 -1T1h e ,iice
.ir. today .,-teking a tran living in Adair
who wa. :.,'en talking to I lit-i v J. 11
L, armuichl ael, \ tio.e l Nd" \\ !-" titni
partly buried i01 a chlirch ..lvtcv i 'll '-
lunIibuS ve-terd:tv. 'Lc ',an wantedd iS
pa tly d(Inented *tn amc'int cif th'. fu,!'
of the rec'.lit bttraylal of a gi:l rla tiv,.
rhe stusptct.d Iman nid preacher wer,
-etli coveringg Molidayv afteriKe,.'ti .\\ ti
hi,- all'dgt d aplcointment \.;-t- ithai, tc
;:c:''t in th, cliiiIlc y'es-t,.r iin

Mr anid Mirs (Go.o ('t)ur(\,,i-ier
tirrived 'I'uesrdav niylght fro-m New
rk. N ,J.. antid are guests .,f tl,1- t'al-
,iet'lt<) I ltu far tihe winter. ;' I]l.u al.
Mr aiI<1 Mrs. Hug- S<.*ll Hgig,,Jr.r*. rmpili:';ilt people( of Mil-
%aukee, \\ us. ,arrivc.l V\\ eell..,I];u\-
tft,, in, ,e :111 i ifare : .til l ,,lt.,t-. <,f
l' i ;alh S. ls, avinl p.t .:i-T \X i i -
tetr it tile ";Ium liii-e.


as't Iiight. th Is 11 t, uic I'-ni -e(lit
Mrs%. hKmingwh mtsin tcwttitt C
.M. King.Sr. 'T'ills j-,the third1 ToUt,
inl less t11tin a week- Ihat "Jick ITit,
Peeper" has heiicun eed. I I; 5 1iii
pose -.'l11uis l ui.tifrighuten hlph I
%WOn cl ani .11 1thle' e n he ,c-t s
just ds-srts. a b1,)3k] c'clil t -


Whr.to 0.0sOW

AMUSEMENTS WItI "


r WILMANS 'GATOR MIyr


OPERA HOUSE
SEABREEZE


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Coburn Minstrels


Not a Tent Show,


(MlKT ME THRIR)
TO-NIGHYIT.
VAUDEVILLE.
BILL FOR ThIS WEEK.

Glazer Bros.
IN AN UP T") DATR
Musical and Singing Act
Tlis Act Is one of the heat on the Vau-
tdevllle tage. and hnve made good at
e-v.-ry house they huive nppearel.
NEW PICTURES:
.r/d YAr RaHSe".m,
UAh fo C*etw Jfrwir Srower,
46,waew,?ed Pond,
MAe Cwarwdwt,
foysof U i/yAtM ot .
BILL FOR NEXT WEEK
Gene Hanington,
Tht- 'harnillg Little
Singing and Dancing Soubrette
It'. uhtr .Mittti n '4i itturday iat t1 p. lim.
Admission lOc.
IkO.KS K(IPEN A" 7:0K) P. M.


PICTURE SHW..

TO-NIOHT1
Complete Chaugu oProin-
Every NIght.

Attractive Pictures Well Worth
Seeing:
Robbery of The Citizens Bank.
The Devil's Pot.
The Father Is To Blame.
The 50th Bulstock Regiment's
Jubilee.


L. COWAN will sing
mer Time."


"'Sum-


Matinee Saturday, 4:30 p. m.

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Engerta mt fr
Young and Old....


Crystal Theat


Remember the date
January 12.


INDIAN RIVER ORANGES i ,
rrulttofthe_ UKttLtelie
Vh,"hto Grape Fruit and
Quftlity-
none tx-ttvr Tangerines.......
--lenn dul hrlgit-n<% vilk. or ru-1.
BO X TRADE
e Cnll lT1CI \v'in *itt,.iid to -hllipii'-.
SUL I I I LU iri-,, t;. .i i-<, lil.
MEORIE H. MUNROE
GROWER AND SHIPPER
126 S. RIDOEWOOD AVE.-Daytona, Fla.


BOWLING ALLEY.


Thell iiomt popular
imil(Kir Kait,,- for


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


N1. It.


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I LOCAL ITEMS. *
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Mr. and Mrs. II .T. Brickner and
lauhgliters, Virginia and D)orothy, of
l'itbuirg, Pa., are located on North
Biearh street, for the winter, in the
.1 \V Fulghalim building.
.1. M,)rtimner Smith has for his
Liests on hoard his yacht, the


GARDINER'S ....

.wo. ART STORE


AM)


PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO.-


"Cnda,," his two sisters and hius THE $5 )oz. Ihoto s
hrotlier. ( ne sister will remain for T
the w inter, the others will stay but a made as a-ptial f.,r ti i1- "
few weeks. mas trade, la\ iig ,' ,.d N' ;,,,i-
'i't, 1' .. l 1 ... i, .. .. l r, I will c',,ntiin ]( i:.. t,+,..i^ t!;, t!, ;
Thlie Carswell house at the corner I l u
I I uct~il ftrtlif rr ,,t I ,
')f Beach street and First avenue util furtl r ti
hats beet raised on the fo mndations j l) not fcr,.t tThat \\ i. 1,.- *
Mnid alsi, moved forward several feet,, velopling aidt iiii-Lir, f.r tlc ,
trimig|i u it on a line with the othlr' Arnateur Tiai ', :" a i, it I ,I
tuss IiiHi tblockt t
Ir''11.,ts ill ihe lbh 'k. + T
".I l ', t p c', ,. i t ,I ;\ .t ( ) t i] !v ( .l u f, '--
M i.,,. -'l,,reice Cook left W ednes- ..i,,,.1-' of ,, t*: i,,. _
,Liv afternoon for Tallahass4i, here Ii,, oe-, *ri ,,v<
"~ 11ce~i ef Wil'e I '
-In, will take a special cot' e i|n the c .
i' i i- i .. ,u *, 'ii' i '* ro ;tiit "1' / 1 .; : I x ,1 i l ,i... .
I *.'ir ] I-mt'laile Seminiiarv. 1 rE
I-" t / dak d]lldth! 11d 1:11V : il ll,
i ,it .'ial accompa l ied her. expec(.t- dak dalr il : full e
I t, rt' iturn Friday or Saturday. (f Kodak.- ,ii, 1 ii, j
.1 1. M-,ore, accompanied hOy W.\


- cdger,.i,. went '1'Tuesday morning
t- hi p. lace. "C(astle \Vindy,' on the
Li I z i. h1"'ie thripl was made in the
"'lith S. Mr. Moore will stay
i, \'r.ail dlas and superintend some
;nI r,\eu:ents and repairs that ;,re
h,.i.tmi made ,,n his club house.


Mtr. and l~ \lIccv. 4 Af \ lu j
(itY. N. -1 and IMr-. ajI Mrs. Al
( I' reger. (of N t-%v '"oI'k IT q
cated fotr the season at.1\,*h'
huamnIs, ont \(,rtlmi koaclm -t m net


'i Tel )TIl all abit I)mIIt. .kE O(Iw
1v ) II. Nlitter and Rev. Her-
nia: tj I 1P(r ter. t I ist rnet su periniten-
oleilit, are attenidiuig tile St. .Johiis
li~r("inuferetice of the 11. E.
CIlmicli At Miami. which opened
HnursI~lay m4 rnimig and closes Sun-
I:.% nlgit. Bishop Cranston, of
Wasiiigt'ui1) (C., presides over the
rII I 1'rcnce Mi~ rs. l'orter and little
1ii lftr (tis~a to jpin Rev
;I~., t M iani i.
Silli wo-:tthjer for the rares. G~et
i, i th w~f,( 'arriaae lU-'es at ft. S
Vt' Y"~ t andhe 1,1,1). :'A eo I w
Ifel-rt ,tir'ukt-r, %% hio is III the cm-
11 l~( trveeui,:awl occiipies4
111 *l 411 Malcyvov~t~agv, Cof) South 1
krwl was~. ut S1ltm1mnone1l by tel-1
OL:I'i; ii t') I u Latiulerolale, Smiiday,
kv~ :~ Lj y 'iner-lcs flhuteS orfhIUS I
XV.:ii rlh '1 oum HI leiert Mrs. I arker-1
:Mt I nliihlren were visititig he~rI
!i dr'tl~ at FV ut 1.auderdale, when 14
th. hitle fell-w wnl takeri ill. Mr
Piyiark.r tcleL-:;a jlid friends here that
ihc l'ov was still Iivitig, but was a I
S IX ick o(i111111


MIDWI NTER.I



SUIT SALE......


To make room for New Spring -

Goods will close every suit In

the house for the followiarw

LOW PRICES:



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port and frien~ds-, Nrq. 1ul and -e',,n, W EW W WW55IUIU I1IU5I55IWIIWIIII~UI5(ggff~
art, cxpe'U id this %(4k.
.4fter a a ncethsiacsa.itaml !e10'nt :0
N1Irs. -~o k'-. 4 ct-eirgf I i --gt r:ddItl-f t(ohl O H CNA
eaio, t r dal, t a ;t irtv on tntI d-
Ilade' tilt trip up )the 'I i'!1)cka c'ni III('.WO R DAILY MARKET QUOTA~TIOINS:
Willcv 1i h t. Ii-'P- 41% c~ l 31'aticr. 013t.ia-g ,I ? I
WInC. f1 it) dtiubtfd of aJu t besid igIAR M OTHESNATIONAL IIS
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jitt'' tile, att"T US -l 0 (e l M l
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feuforn kt ur teIst%4ujj l-!f i thie F11W Ar'ziioiir S:., <'' A
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MNI. P. k;. PI'IY. PIANII4T. 1I
SHOW EVERY NIWlT -
Admission 10 cents. nd L um ber
| D)o,,rs open at 7:00 p in. | ANtACTUE 1
-lRough and Dressed Cypr
SBILLIARDS AND POOL. I Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling. Brick. Iin
B Aof(lcennd Yarnnr: K'ist 4 ouat i R ailway
A "\ ,. ,tmii th a t k '.x ill ra tin g p" ie P 110 8 3
:Id a1 helpful. A. hle.i' tiw orf I rr r w r r r r S -

FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO i m-M- Mu-- -" "--

IrpIn ffora g txxtt imeii. IAL NII l~ IR C
II;ZT 11.LADIAN ATLANTIC MOTOR .
t I~gNo. 8 Beach Street. I)ai

I)r. lRov Ilwe vent to ,Jackson-i "Automob i sol
,, ,. :, ,_ Automobiles andtis0]
i ii(ie( eIIpS(ilay afternoon to ineo t 0
j.ianl r tuirn within his neither. Mrs .. ... ..
;i'al \. I lowe, 1o il Win Diamond Tires, l \it,.r \itl li l i 0 i Ige ,owt-x "ave- and Spark l'l.j s.
!111W. M. l l, ',. is from Battle,nl|-- J
.Mrs I.( is fr,, Battle UDiscounts Allowed i

*N- ,ii, t, fr that ,. Secondhand Cars taken in rart p),y
i ,m:l cSS3 ('uXK Ki,. 1fSr Mat fr*l*ew
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