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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 28, 1909
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00297
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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PUUwId Zbwwy awu, ExempW S ft S p Dy Sm wLt m6w amd March, at th PkttidtWlate asmt a inFleorida
MbWoet e-dmU K hurL atetb ainoe at Dytom, Via, puder the Aet of Mch S .IW


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DAYTOAk. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JANUARY 2& 1909


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So He GrQ,~q/blS (OVE I NEVLLE H. CLARK Right Eoos at
I*t" II7 1 aI A- ILLA NEVVe IL D- I -I Z----- aRight Prices, .o TT sWeLl
fteifty fw enre of meemnd ARCHITIfCTBILDER ami I a OPTOMTRIS --t To3m Yoru Rgtt.
cen Ra sad seOes: Xortbmst .DeOmtluir Let '. Vs u a VRUoUw JS Un CS
ILilr Vw Oomaer Ribgowood wW Volruma.
SL T-ra m- 3eonod221 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Eyes Tested-Frmes FittediL. H. ROWE & C

4m 11 -1@- __ m0 __meiono.ei


TIE WOLD"


AN EXPECTED VISIT.


SURELY


PInBS. "NO MOVE."

ift Pho With Su- Burlingame elegraphing Type-
wm ofd oemdlectual writer May Revolutionize Tel-


CUBANS... ,.. ARE. .


,CUBANS ARE


NOW IN


FULL CONTROL

General Miguel (iomez, Cuba's
Second President Novw In Charge


ROCKEFELLER


IS


REMINISENT.


Writes Of His Early Strutgles
And Says It Is Not Easy To


erraphy and Newspaper


IS Work.

S rWMLL ItLY NEWS n STA I E ?
|1- i at Vi.Mdir Fitger-
ll|r~ Oir boring .ar.
IeNfmloml6i lilnaC-r d A awon 1 nderfull clever modem electrical
s( t DlyfUi y New' Itaff ;\iratian knocl:ing at the door for pub-
llntL, remtnty meat tImlng li. reet 'ition uld inviting the public
Mw ipml. B*re tlhe city ith surp.us fllnds to step in on the
a irsl;d a iraily poor ,Lround floor, is the Burlingame Tele-
ta. l tshs d mditiow wll graphing Types writer, an invention work-
. mdr Mt Airaadt. Tl ,'ed out by Elminr Burlingame, a young
* l amwr Mt Ararat. The nA .oanM


for a part of this ...... '. .. .. .I. .uu., a u tuvct
Stretch, while of Wis cotsin.
fo t remainder The new invention is a small affair
f ,dojdio p tcing x12 and 6j ta1, a piece of machinery
moce rains omne it which is placed &hader your typewriter
Saand connected therewith by cert ai,
1,and will cost
1m o to repair metal bars and stpps in su* a way as
i mo. It oa ca of to p1 vy an electreal current on the ma-
now. io
*e o t chine. The attachment is so made that
mt work O. the De- when another typewriter, at any dis-
t part of the d tance away, is cconeeted by wire a mes-
tt mee~spltate slow driv- sae pounded oT on the keys of one
N&ds driv- typewriter is repeated on paper by the
Srl but, wish for a few i ott-r typewriter. You understand that
bb mib tospeforlatfehowever reniote the two typewriters
|1l, o the nitooot uatd e!,r,. ,,une lew t wire to transmit an
Sof the flawood and e!,-trie (urrent. and there must be au
b et t ee nhed o lectri< battery to) generate this current.
l": is v e xh in 'aThle iontrument is said to work over
S f P ,in u.Ir n d t hL au- au i t'tl'graph or telephone wire, .ver
*@-lamb to fp'ing up. Ili the .,
is exhausting to the ralle- or by tihe 16ireless c"macaroni")
|Wv-"r etat iM which ought -vy' to
,o Faith the I roper attachmentsan
|odsemy and add humus. Lhen
adualiy growing poorer it u operator--any onil who can play his fiu-
m y ron ger.r dexterout}ly upon a tVpewriter-
"aii sit in New Y (rk and write a letter
rryare of thi. land l:y ata natchine it London or Pariv du-
jI-4t. it may Ie fifty. i; inv Icliates tihe letter' instantaneously. It
d yeshgoe one twtter than that: if brought
d a r s a d e and crop !j'hi the zone ol wireless instruments
as it and ezy hl w it l Aill both receive and send the same
bdMme where fnow the liat-
mriesage.
prw with scant orrugate dn lere are oe.i o tf the features worth
h"rl a with corrugated hide rgi tilai. No expe-t operator is required,
a dly through thle mlurnish. .T, i tel,-graphy; a. "stenog," even if not
Stalled morass. his land 1J,of l ,,. ht.auti'ul, "home-wrecking"
pery draine, adI,.lr.td da x pe cnt' (,p,.ratc :t perfectly; the mtes-
o an pes e votes autonn.ttit-ally and thus obvi-
1 trt detvelor, the iitrilI, at- thte i,,-<. s(itvy ,me one at the re-
oeria and store the -o,- l foil ,.,,\i.~i g l i-,, if Ie; If no error at |
Sft-m that prepmare thie ground 4.' ; i t receiving end.
Mitable crops, would. .t.- tit' tvlw riteri at each end of th-I
int.u a sea ",f gro.e4n n t, rit' ideutically--v'rbatim, et lit-
totheeve ,.tim., e ictlt atil, the words ar

P p iti o It uas- re in, la it n. a I h or aln l.-p.Trnto
athe sea, soil tlte- lu ,Jle. l, I t
ber L Ihro erily. l' it.'-, ui ip ta r. tr- t tIe leaked to
S -I d i vain; genlius is ti,, -- .slit .1. ti t hii s. h'a- -
h iyuter-s pretty fast .,0,,U.- r na! uf i *i '- iatt i-. a.SiW l hat


iaMt Volusia Courltian-I
of gray hair remember
6ad now selling at fr-im
-- per acre doani tn tie
river could have -, ti.
or bought at from $,* t'
i he peculiar ~oil iiil l,,ltut
.ow gelling at tl.S-,I
olwc beea boughIt 25 \tar.-
SW$10 per acr'. l'etael'-
Sf th(rtie ar' iinri\:tl, d
aed flavor. And .

is support oft hI" a.zser-
ih e is fast api~ra d will be reclairmel atid
--'StIouI tl,,,'. r, j


0 iaa 11L'I'~Jill !start. Jun- A 11'A
'- I -ii1't 4 i i t iire.L- l 'it lue alid

t i j41 1t 1ai ii. I 1e #ate's.er tinu% he'u it
Iti4th lit-I
ii. 1,l d arepre-retetati% vAr 'the'
hi~~ai~i..l~n' eiigrn~lithiLItiz Ciijaial'. -
ii )..a t i.,a nd114 -.'% tI Ii it e ert for a fe v%
L a'' %4 u &; n g it nu de.&It if tut oriwaa ja t i tI o~r
%a,' I I 4 14I r, i t- I I' iat Icn A vt'a.


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NI.iiililit-Il1'1nt'pt"
( l ~ ~I II :oit s ,~ relar


Vote As It Stood Saturda) Evening
m TMEI BUSHJS & S \Ii:OKI) 1% "1.) CO>1sl.


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1,076,295
745,045
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--Americans LDep'art.


-McBride in St. Louis Republic.


WILL PATCH


YOU UP.


Dr. I.. V. Bell, whoi i.- canlvasiing the
State in the interes-ts of the Florida
Herbal Remedy Cou's niidicinens, is giv-
ing short lectures and demonstration.,
every afternoon, and evening from a
stage, on the Volusia a-cine frontage of
Hiankinsi I),ug StDore, \iea-r thecm- prep-
,ir Lti(,ns are to, le ,,I Itit:ed A crowd i.,
attracted by melons of a ,rief \audevillh ,
performance, atni the doctor theta ex-
plains tlhat nuzn T ,,. aulmtent- man i>
heir to, and dis.,, his remedies i)repardtl f',; their re.lit
and cure li. Bell's. id-irti.-eit.eift will
ie found e.lsi'whetr,' iI tI lii ijU:.su


IT'S STORMY


IN LISBON.


f'. w !,F I'-. -


fstldtier- tabkit tfin '-HIit c nu'

\'flauvi is undti'ln4:' uA ki'I s. lilt kul

1% Ins n t ,l' 4 ,t NI-... t\i .- '' thnr'Ihtits. N'iro
Carlos.
l'rii~ce I ui, as i- t' iii' i 1 d '
Lat', ift'rezi. ,, I .n l j 1, 4ih. ii- InI fit,~
ti lt( N' o tItit tInint ~*, ". it ttA !t 4 i,~' tn '
iAtital Iji'tl i''it in'' '4'u4'%i1;I Hhn' C
ia-. bet iI dhiini-vatJ 0 I '..
The I I 'I'
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IS YOUNG


RULER DEAD?


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it m pro %iiii 'n 1*4. 41


lnhp'rou io LIt 1 ~,lleapldI


CRYSTAL THEATRE SOLD ON PRELIMINARY

SATURDAY TO GETTIS LONG.'
__ III nnnpncfl


No Change to be Made in the-


House Staff or Policy


Same Manager.
The t'ry'.tal T'htat>r. ton Southli Bi

strvtt, was sold lay it- fi ar a i'4 %,-r.,:
Men'.'rs. joung & Istics, the last/s the
wek. r1nd11 tdaW' e'01:a114e- ti,.ek a- e fon la-
Monday. I i
, 'liat.put ch.Ler '%%to. $ ik Lo g, tot
Jtilsukn~i Mraxalt. Owha. ma- 6,40*a'~iiiin thais
citv a f :1", k, l t :a i I tIF : in


Ii Ir I III a Vl t Iki T h tlcI i Ii'44I 4\i \
l.x'ttie l'ilhian'r, I I1 : r4 t I
. : ki u l Iih I
M i t-.'1 ai I ncr in" \% i h,'. n( iF


and her playing atlin.' .ii ..- ,i. ,


(qwiirat, in oftl t. li 1' i

t)%%' nutr.


i)RNI( )N


I )IIINIO)NlII J~v.a -.,%. i x nc I'
ri- -Ft urt e I toa ( 1Irm i d, ,tFi.tti '.
S'n'tfatk' :ifith c i c a
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(Get Rich.


:GiNIFICINT I Irk OF [NTHIMAK&MIA DF MONFY MINNMS IIIRKFYV


JIV1111Mnl I LIl 1 L11 I 11VOM0111VII


HAVANA, -iaNew Yoik' an. 1-
'uha today hi gun it, u I a jurir nt
wvith self governminena t w hnil I'rt.\ i-ia ii:tl
;o verntor Mr:Ng(witirn't-d i' x ,r J.

the presijentiAl F litov t i ?I, .;
M1iguel (tlornrt, ('111) --a rir4%:
'[lie 1wjuii' ,!:aitk x%%:,,l I.i
to-resteil '.JI),~ n~i I ~
!)ei.!ts f i I qlf t. \w fw '-%11: It i-




SIv fcllot Ic' 111 )34 1 k, I( 1
vljichiti rar-kc I t.. II',, ,11. '- 1 t7



'',tct4]tht it -n ~A .r at br1
41i41ed tihe .Alwrwani- ,~\ i a' 1
the I 'riatud St Lt C~ A;- i', 11 It
pairt fr4 si tthe Cuban i har her


'ri 'TIMr I fl 'nl3i


In rKuuKL.i33l t CLAStKI


h- prt'!iu~ltlit liew! ng t, (ilChrles
arr'a.tit. ;lei, charged with the miaiir-
dI 'r it.\nn.a tGciiger, the v lou redi kiN'icr-


i:lrtlteli ttl achnC r, was tk('e l ujp befot
Justice Titus at 9::30 thi.-' riini, ini :,nd is
still in progress.
Seventeen witnesses for the State have
bcr.i subplt. n:d, about half of which had
!t-4'cl a 'xamniirt-d a:t thil llooon4 adjourn
min t'. I tf henari hg xw ll prirbaibly cii-
-'i .' t -'t>'a;l | n ;'I l t f t" iln d.ty.
'..' tri ; i- I ni:~t i t1(.dn i ili thi c CitV
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PRESENT TRIAL


MAY END.


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P. J. KIERAN


APPEARS.


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STAR SUPPER.


[1lIe- u per tgi'at t:'it l \.-, I i
'.'tednesayv nighit by I ive4 r* .k t
No. 1, Order of L.ti Ii Stiiir.
pleaMnt social event unI I i' .a -Iii 4>'
Iinatimliv, fnetlfilg l.A 'I I
ThCe el.? l r I


Li-a'. irrte i I x t 1 o Irt! i '11
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W. H. PETERS


WILL BUILD.


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i1 R I I t' ilt.t | Pr.,.an J
N IA' YOX K ,Jan 2'.--John D.
URkf#.ller. in anl article appearing in
\\"uzll's \',rk today, says that it is dif-
!iiilt t, ,-.t rich, arid lie illustrates his
,rzrint!-rnt with hi. own early exjwri-
ence Th,1 author rebuked the idei
of Ida Tarbell, w:len he defends the
Illtlmrv tf his father whon> Mis Tar-
btil Ii t irtiri ,: a close-dealing, nomiadie
S r-lai.r 'I owe a great debt to
;.' \\:e' ie r:aind me says Roc'ke-
f. ', 'her tirst moneyy I ever earned
x, f,,r : i;tlidiig turkeys." 1 e relates
, "[)cri<:n -.. of his i igh school and conm-
!ici i.1.il 'ducati.,ii. lie tell. of his early
hII,,,-iI(s- ventures for himself and of
,Li:t; ri brrowed rnioiiy.


W. J. BRYAN


AT STETSON.


'in, \\ illiari .It-lning. Bryan %ill lee-
'Ftl ina n ';tpi-tnidid ,'tuditiariiuil of Stt-
..,tih. I 'i',.*r.itv nit )eLsad HFla., on Sat-
, r i \.. i'",briurv th M r.
I '.: x f ,. I, all ,\, *'r 'er tral l' ril., a
. 1 i ,! ,. l ,tippt)rtnliity to hear
I',, 1t;', u ill be ill the 'ph,,r -
Li a ,'iitiu't :tt St.t.lnt nand by open-
*; n:4r4 ,. ,, ,r "'A' i, ur iiin Ilrt people can be
* ." *t : .; -, *4 1 xdI % i t ii r y hearing


".I i ,rnts. Re-


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THE JURY


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CAN'T AGREE.


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IOcal: at l-tPrt ()range.


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Dy (Ladies' Furnishings.


SPUCIALTZKS 3M


LACES, EMBROIDERIES RIBBONS, NOTIONS, ETC.


SMcCoal's Patterns.


ANtHONY BLOCK.


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BARNE
THE NOVELTY MAN
Sot h bas Su~ '~snlb


I


IN OLD ENGLISH BLUE

1t UKA LS BAT fINS,
Are The Latest Craze.
Ask to see them at Clark's
Jewelry Store.
OEO. H.CLARK wesr &


F%


d.ce d th "t


Valentines
on exhibition at the

CURIO STORE.
Stylesand prices to suit everybody

WALLACE


PARASU
Tokio shapes, etc., on T0ur-., 5f
and Saturday, Jan. 28th, 229tb

TH PLCAIA- LNDRML" 4
COR. BEACH AND MAGNOLIA STS.. DAV70NA.


Izzms..z -s---
*mmam~~11m1mammmmm11Lm~-u i ------ *i ZE IEIUIE -- "


E WILL SELL
$49.5 SON
I RANAN AND STETSO

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WHY PAY NIORE 1?


AT A4.0.)0.-


AAN IIION BROS. -4tti-lo
I- -uli esI t v~tIlamZf.


I i. ELLA DEVOY & COMPANY,


Ladies' Hatters,


No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,


Latest St)les, Artistic Workmanship,


HIi-; CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.


January Sale of =====I

Clothing and Shoes
NOW ON AT


S:ACH STREET,


:mmmummij "--~---~~-~~


SEAlIlIl:t LZK. .Ja-,. 2. It%;ktt0.
Merritt J. 11. J. n in', ii, a ver\y inttc--
et~tijjg ganiic bctwi-cu pro fv.lft :-lmcr u1- on
tlhil Sealil:e ze liuks s tc.tt'rd:i% ?fterni-i. T.
They etided a: the a-. .le. :ilI -(cen At
11olv-i Jir1kitis Welint wit .f boutld1.
m lch lk .et l1illm i t1e h.4le Met ntt wclt.ng
a hcautifuI dri\\,. \hl\ i antkie -ot
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wi;. apt Brotir by 1 1. Jvt Ni
itlit a.~I dau i.' I&. NI- ok J NP.
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Beach
suceet.


A very pleasant social dance was
riven at St. Marys Guild Hall on
Wednesday evening.


.:Stove wood, McClellan
wards, phone 123.


& Ed-
tf


S. H Mosely returned Wednes-I
day from a ten days business trip;
to Asburv Park, N. J.


TIE DAYT A DAILY NEWS
PuiLshcd eery evening. tixieept Ma1 in-
day, from december I to April 1. .%
THE 44AZErTr-NVF.N% 4'( *
T. X. FITS(eALD, Editor- Mat img--r.
L. 4. IORmARRIM. CiR1YtEdl tor.
V. K. HARRIS. ClvtirlutloniMara~r
(rno. F. (C oRc il. sutwrl lltenshtiit.
Rntereid as iw-onI-elass I' utialir I'i -
cen iher 1, I N, i tt ii. ixhc- ti :.
Dayrtonst, Fla. undelr th.- \,-t (it
March .1, I47V.



BUSEIESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


ttLITn ((-E Pi.A.im--Big Boaton,-
voune, strong. W. H. Cameron, 2d
avenue t 8 @-w------ *--*****
Frank J. Brown, of Kalamazoo, F.W. POPE
Mich, who has been at the Daytona 1 Attorney and Counsellor at
IHospital is able to be at his home 0 Law. U
' on South Palme:to avenue again. ~OFFlCe OVER po5TOFFICE.
Teleplihonl' '4
+AUTIMIcBILE FOR CHARTER--Four-, **i-***.---**......lll .lg
cylinder Stevens-Duryea, hour or
trip. call Morgan House, phone 1I0" T. E. FLtga. & ',iE'"
: Irl~. ,l .U D, yI-FITZGERALD & OATES
I)r. and Mrs. Winm. Jayne, of TaTy-
lorville. Il1.., arrived in the city Attorneys and Counsellors at L.ax
Wi ednesday and are located at the ISpecial ; cilitiea :
Miller apartment house on South tfi e i rfect ourad Buidig.
Office in Conrad Buildiavenug.e.
Palmetto avenue.


SIemel Iw *n** ******** em*0
:Saratoga Inn GCarage, cars stored : G. A. KLOCK, M. DI.,
Iby lay or \veck. Six-cylinder, seven- PHVSICIAN AND St JW(I)i .
p;isstl-ng-r WVehlchanti fur-passenger .~"..in"'t." %' It iK. M. Fcrguson. M. ().
E:ji 'tore fo, r charter, hour or trip t M le:,l it,,:,,,., l : ,',':,:,. .:"
I"attc' rt asI;nable. tf itttli,- ,w .7:,--.
ii 7 1). m .. *
Attornev C'arev D. Landis came


tv-r from I)eland Wednesday af-
terntTi,, on business connected with
th-e defensee of Charles Warren the
<,,1,,red man charged with the mur-
der of Anna Geiger.


J.Just received big stock of I)ia-
nmond tl'ires-all sizes aud styles.
Buy your tires here at New York
prri 'e,. and get them pumped up
fee. 1)avtona Auto Transit Co. tf


Doings
^^ '^ at Daytona
^ "'1 Beach [

S. I YADNA BEACH, Jan. 28-J. W.
/ \\ i,,;:a i.-., ,f the J. C Butler real estate
s"ZV t'h. v. isit>ttn'Ji, to the office business
%~ c. .. C. L iBult.r is ihustling for outsidtl.
W y Mr:.. S;hernmmi, of t'hicago. Mr. (Cher-
-i ;tr, i. expected to arrive front
S t: .\ugustin#- this we-k, and will spend
..... e000o0e~ o .',,,c tirm. with ter brother at the Pet-
S '- i .tta, 01n 1Palmetto avenue.
....... .. .11 Mr. Lh'lvry lh; purttazhled a lot on

NEWl SAID[ INNiI
\i : l'. &I1v "il! ; friend:.' i;I L'
\V\ ) t I-'I !,N l.S Il > t 1)1'l.\( ; I ' Si \1,. nl Mrs. .M ('ailii \ ltr -,'l
:,., ,, 1. K. Sw,..nev' hone on Grait-
l-verything Modern. ., en, f,,r tha saon
Homelike and oifortahl. .. an frien. J.
t,;ri.,i M,,ndiav from a t,-n days' trip
I)irectl on Atlantic Ik-ach. t,, t!i I,,-I of I'inuv. They went by way
Surf Bathing an.d Fis-hing. i'f i\:iglt yv a:id returned bv way of
I\ v \\1 Dt rMeIr-. leed and Watsoii
"i ... DAY A : :A\ ,\ '. : I%..-I. ti itf uabou t two hundr.-d
I t ;,t -, f inl I on the island, and t w!it
HOI'C STEWI I!.V,%-tigate their claim. Mr.
HORACE STEWART It' ,.n ;^,.~:. ,io aaccount of t: e
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107 N. HBeach Street, Near North Carnal.
DAYTONA. F rLA.
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Accounts of Children '

Every child should have a S

count. The child who r
early training in saving small
will acquire a habit that will be
valuable in later years.

Responsibility of Starting a Child t


SII \ rests on those who love the child bt
A.\licitcct Arhl Icildcr. offer the opportunity. Children's
2,'J .,, ..i \,,,,,. "especially desired. Four per cent. i
2 compounded quarterly paid in our
Department. Accounts may be open
Rt SA L I'% -:,'i" i ',''" "rai f one dollar up.
FOR SALE.. :-,,.,

I.. "t. The Merchants Ba
\. C. OWES, A. D. MBRIDE, President J. B. CONRAD Vice-
P" ":F. -i ". CONRAD, Cashier.

Local Age-it Wanted.
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Igtu is tOe Most Beautiful Spot on
the Halifax River.


TE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or 'n Suite with
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Eyyti's INaCO abie Ocem Bacm.
One of Daytona P crowning glories is
0 her incomparable beach. No one who
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo-
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
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
'by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
t wonders.


1he Pat. eYuld in ansHaax River.


UWeS"U SI ne IU OI s r Where think you is water with more
rpoMliOs HOTEL PALM BEACH 3 picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
96ONSTOI. tB surrounded ht warm waters of the Gulf I mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta
D DAY. Y. S tr"tu. protectss gulRtu from ALL Cold tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
r W.K.. Weat her. Il bhomelll.ie Informality and .
M ..( b rate rater.atractilve to those mak- a randa 's looking out upon her bosom.
Mhow- 4- -. Inl a long stav. For booklet and rates* I ey food fishes in countless numbers
,*4 -Pa"-m---" --0 beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
........ and reel; her bosom tlecked with duck
IN- % l and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,


which sit about as if for thie sport of
bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed p, lican per .h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk str.g-
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 Ormoud bridge to
I'oncv Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
The EcLhMtingIy Picturesque Kildgeood.
Ridgewood avenue, is upon thie crest of
a broad ridge, straight a. the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branch's ,of thce
heavv-trunke'd live-oaks extend their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, anid from these cxtet'rl-
ed arms great fetstooins of Slanish loss
su:Iy as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan; then. Looking t right a hIad down
tt.i Uhlite she'll street on,' has the ini-
pression of a fairy path %ithl t'lti:lh dra-
Ip ries. but as you nmOrve, ) along and cast
an eve, first to tihe right and the'Ir to th,
: left you a'e distingguis-hedt cottage' h>Iinic.
in the tnoist de'lig itful stiltiigs.
See the glistening I.af of the grand
ti,,unnlia which ntlllur' hliLS \v:rnlihed as


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THROW AWAY '()OUR CRIt'TCHES.
6 e. WVeuderfelI Healer and His Renowned Frorida
Herbal R emudieS.


1. Dell, tie gr.at itiou

mImusat the lluxlkeilI i
F dt, and curing Iii n -
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tAr. .abash e. JackbOfl Koui.
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throws down the gauntlet to thle wurd. i -
Squlresl, Fbwers, rds d Frauts. -O
Whatever one's shortcomings and N W OF THE HT LS
However indifferent or eve callous one
may be to many things, the mere men- JU
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and -
fruits" will send a thrill that is reflected .
in distended pupils and pricked ears. The Prince George.
For every visitor with a spare "goo Adrian Pennypacker and James For
ber" there is unny ready to come out sythe, of Albany, N. Y, arrived at The s
and accept your gift. He will sit bolt Pringe George yesterday.
upright and gnaw into the meat, castin;-
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming The Despland.
the year 'round. You are reminded of .


Goldsmith's couplet where
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid
And simmer's lingering blossoms are
delayed.


In one yard roses of variagated hues
predominate, another household have
a penchant for the poinsettia and
the premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety is
the spice of life and here" is whrce you
find it.
The birds Hit in, and with their joyous
not-es help to give fullness and symmnie-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, DaLy-
tona yields the palni to none for quality
and quantity per acre. There are scores
of citrus groves in proximity to the city,
branches bending to the earth wit h thi ir
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 aind the
finest are on daily parade and th big
show is as free as the pure artesi:a
wattr fromthe t thousand flowing wells.
It is a continuous show witli conistalnt I
shifting scene.
Evervthinil gos, from r a "'-hic-r'st'|e 'wti
up to a 200-hlorsel)ower. and all de gre'-
of speed from a cain ter to, : tw\o-lnil'-a-
niinute' clip. You \ill proba:tbly catch
the spirit and wheitn Viu do tie riitid-
and tihe beach arte yours 'Ilte I 'loridi
llnlsiillne' is free, tilte al rYV O' iar!
breezes are free, tlIe' ,irlm tiil liirr cl-.
andIl ftowter.A H're frt'e, li arkli
foiuntain watt'r i. free andtil v'ou %ii l ;h:i\i
to go (dowvn ill \'y ltr \\allett o ly f. ',,: ,in
for tIIe 'atM IItI d lI tI ; i01l 'oartt I
Thi! is no fanncit l pi t1i,'t i: i t'- t i!
hiere. It is drat\ in tg ,tIth r ..,;-';:,.I-
a id Ii liliig tl in n i.'lr:; I. it i
chiarmin and hold you. C'ortcl .it I ~-t'.


inn artists brushi ever c .,uld; ar.id the eu.u.u ..u.
cabi,bage palms with their burdens of 0
.-kowv fruit and swaying palit:'- sece thle
Ilv,\elv holly witli its e'xqlui.itc Ie, rrvy; .-s

Sa ,Iodak ,-hop. ==
iLuin a foothold on the ;reat ,aks and a
tlI -statcly palmuns, and ,u;e ly you '.\ill We' ait not Pt ltri Ant -t'
j.*ii il thie choirUs ard siay that this i a1-1 ane we Art lcalt r 1 0i' I l y\r0
* cr.l1 wonder for beauty. of clfose attention to t) Ie (\Ih\k-
-urpasing BEliut u ot Our Clotltg c r'mcs. o Snvd ht p\tl ,,r i:. t!;l
U cmvi tlh r,'le ut:thtr' r ft I"iIl
No cone of I)aytomnia' attractions, per- 0
.ps commtiandtls innre nearly, uni.ver.al FIRI S FiNSIERS.
attentionn and praise than d,-s tin artis- NIS RS
t:, cott:ag.. Tlie ow ners of thesecharn- Anyone 'sn rig '.,,oeI \,>!, an.,l
l,,g Has1 ht-il fio e'r '\ry comrt'r of thle strictt attcnti,.ti p:iti -,, thi.r ,r-
'iuntrv and they nig ti ir l t\in archl- d te'rs for le'vaPlr(>n : i;I te l' '::;.
t(ctural plains and build upont thinm.and \\ill getit at SL:.ES\E'S l\t )I )A l\
a- tilnt architecture i o t cie. ."ction of tih e PI..AC tie onlv -llop ili tiai 0
(,,untrv ditl.trs f-eniii tilt arnihite( ltur, of that mtn ,ke,' t),' I\,diak \\, : I .
a:cotlier so t ( i) ur hInceni ditt'C"ln r illn out- U Spi4cialt .
tard appearance. and -tructural beauty All \,ork tini-!i :in 1 i:, 1 -
fiinn oihe anotl-'r. Ther' a mnomnto- h urs if It' t'.' V.
nous rows of.tiikin ly simninlar buildings
but the ew'. a- it steeps lby, i4 treated
to a kaleidoscopic change thch keeps | R |1H LO ESESNE I
thie mind wondering "Whatl next"' a"1
0 E astman Kodak Dealer.
It is not only the exterior of many of d [
thnes' hories that rivets attention; with- I'* ,' ,i -. .
in they are niodntls of conviinv.nit'enc", and i A. I ll.o
the tfinisli and furniicing give evidence B r
of the elegance and cultivathln of those
who worked it all o.,ut Irnd'led it is thlie
interior arrangenie "i t aidi' t "arti"-tic i
furnishings antd lshitnig, ini ore tI a:li e L '
e t Iiier atppe'aranlll that giti .iirp.a7 -.
ing chatrmn to D )a t. io nn linnt: l'I.i- f'a-
t eir' jul tlvy nI cri t- 'rk,'iinl.ri :L-. i 'c 'iid, r
rti l 1ee,'r ftolu .


,ttrcetr and IVar mrnti the' oIt and frst.
u yi6 iatdA t chiin'1 I t i t t itl nitct'r et

(ofe fi ile'to t I '!i t 1, uites
nniaec, te nntIh i ''-'1i'l.ntht


A troupe fromthe Acters' Child League
Home of New York will give an enter-
t:inment at the De*apland Thursday
evening. No admission will be charged
but a collection will be made.


The Stillman.
I.at,' arrivals at The Stillman are:


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I.. Angell and wife, Fargo, N. D ; J.
McEldowney and wife, J. H. McEldow-
nvy and daughter, Chicago Heights;
Mrs. R. H. Burd, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa:
.es. J. Slanvy, Los Angeles, Cal.


The Ridgewood.
Am.iong the arrivals at The Ridgewood
Wednesday were: A. (G. Munn, Mrs.
Sarluel Ca&tlemnan and -on Mrs. M. J
Il)in.aree, Louisville, Ky ; R M. Lam-
bert, Jr., Mrs. Lambert, Jr..Miss Book-
staver, Ne'w York; E. C Howeand wife.
Chicago; Mr. arid Mrs Hart, Columbus.
(a.; A. 1) Brokon and family, W. J.
B!, ckwell, MrF. W. J. Blackwell, Onaha;
R. ('. larriett, New York, R. J. Main,
New York.
Bathing parties to their ocean beach are
getting to be quite the thing at the
Klidget'\uood and almost every morning a
pfa:rtV of bathers make the trip to Day-
tnra Ibel-'a. AmAong the party yesterday
Wia. Dr. Selik, tf New York, and E.
M;trrien r, of ('hicago.


Schmidt's Hotel.


S n 'arrivalse'srte'rdaV at tiet'
-zc'irn', It Hotel we-re: 11. 1. Dunrlap 'a
tcrtte,'.i. N. Y.; Dr.'T. N. ltaffertv a md
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THE CLARENDON


MR. FRED MAUtIlS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y.,
has arrived with his corps of assistants and opened The Claren-
don Bath Department to the publdic.


Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths,
Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths,
Steam Massage,


Given at all hours by the very highest grade of Professional Opera-
tors. The only place south of Washington, D. C., where these baths
may be obtained.


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Daytona, Florida

Now Open for Season 1908-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Man,


Greatly Enlarged since las.t season. ('isine anl Sere
Broad Piazzas on all SiIt's. Il Rms lFnsiuite. Ste
Everv Modlern (',,nvenicnce. SCtn'l for lBoc


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4 LHENRY SCHMIDT r& SON. Proprietors.

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repretsertei1 by C4 u k i rl
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most dead from exj'vr ur- a las :lh -i.;
a tall old wan stro.'l:e udlij-hrr %%-ih
tour white 1:ss *i'..-
Dunn In "3'hle Sh;At1elk-IS 101:111 'if aU
Explorer.- 'jte -asked hin tim c fl,)\
o'i the world.
~WaYer know t~e lta.
liv drawied.1 -anid the :i a !u; a ; LuK I
sort of i i .-Uel :. i tel I. '

to the 5czar usf 1n:'s~i~iiia IuIt thu:. U4:
sasere(-I e"'- ai~d s 'liu &- .:
that Queen I 'rmzin ulsi -r' atr
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These votes cast for
F.ach issue the Daily News will public i f *t,-. Il nsa
It must be voted within 7 days. January' -". l'.H'.


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When Life Was Little Valued.
The 2=3 capital offenses which the
old Engltsh law retognlzed as punish-
able by death did not keep down crime.
and with the alboition of the death
penalty for all crimes but murder
crime in England. as well as every-
where else all over the world where
the death penay has been modlfledl
lessened markedly, notes the Boston
Traveler.
Edmond Burk#e ld that be could In
his ti;ae t htaia Ibe assent of the
bh,ie ,of ,-,r..tm ,i. '., arny Iil! that car-
ried the di-:i'h iunihrhn!rit.
A man's life 'asx not very valuable
In thtvse streuuous (ays. If be scratch-
ed his naue ,,n aWestminster bridge.
ite woe wore a wi .g .r fal mustache or
nii: other dikgui. ,-n a public road. If
he cut di oxn: :1 ,u:ng rt-ee if he stole
property worth nmor than $1.25. If be
had I enu trunsirtrel fo,r crine andi re-
turPed a day ahead (-f the expiration
of his term of Ipu is aiient. If lie wrote
a thrtialeuini- iutter. If be sto;e a while I
froimu a ta:,ie.., f,,r auv aud afl of
Stese ting; anuid fr 2.' in,,re than!
tli h- he: hWia; LaI.1c- ,y the neck uutl
he wnv 'lea.l. I


Loading Freiglit by Cards.
"I (4' tj' n 'T kT)lie-r tlie 'r:I !.
I*. ~ I.ir ~ I thji'fnir*s-iuth. Illr
ru-i.'.. ~ r L..'k ti'kkl I w'as at %u'.ir g
s~i~~ aLr-iul; ]cn In Mi Uhi-~i'-'-~:': '-.:ni'



drft~ ~'lth crnu'ut 'u.,' :u-1 i;:t
aiu.ard the ,%iJ f-4 din ii's:1-d1i ta t'.j

and s's s.-'m a ,ltl4',f i
out 1 of thpe p.lC ,is f s:' fr-i,!rt isiN IA.
t4c1,d 'wf It h 's1X.e esnju us! the tiftv-t" *u
(Rode; cumpi-i ju a fll !e k T0i. S-.
egazxuhian Ikafe.rs ffi tl. !l*u 1t l! ';
were Ignorant if Ictter-i : ii, lbLj:re'
tout erery niain of thw:u kn ne til t,:I~rs
board ezublweriht. h-u iat be oa:fsi sfte:
handlei in .r sei en i:I Th
ne-It u criTHIN i%; the chlef d '.u'rsiiuu of
the colored u s-srts ti Tixie -1alti-
More American,


Two Enigmas.
"Why d'..n we see Is-r'l 1!Wk thu l nov
e'IAst'1 decr-loe`-


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i Complete change of program
every night.
Regular Matlneo Matunray at 3 p. in.
Admislom 10c. wiltkt U1


I'ooKS OPt AT 7.610 P. M.


BOWLING ALLEY.


Th.- moot popular
indUtoor gal- for


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


.&ft-rnoc., andi --venlng.


N4S. It.


AMUSEMENTS


Wilmans


Opera House

SEABREEZE


COMING.

The Yankee Drummer.


February ioth


LYMAN TWINS
High Class Comedy Company
of Twenty Specialists.


IEAN IMER ORANGES
Fr,uito th Grape Fruit and
.o, ,,r Tangerines.......
clean and brir lht-iii u'jIl.t- 4,r rii-t.
BOX TRADE
SOLICITED "',-" .:
GEORGE H. MUNROE
GOOWER AND SHIPPER
|46 S. RIDGEWOOD AVE.--U)Utona ,Ia.


HEPA'H MTHE T.


McKftlk'y. e
America colil t.' y%-* ICT
With a joakck of a cvu'--s t ar h,,l"a
d red inr l s 4-I tu r dsra -i I ib t.i st r. 8
through terribe hardb liipz ,to e
at lait on the C huiitna riv.t- shawls.i


r i-;er-nn re port catches ()it f some
liiit -trIrI)-u If vellowtafils


Yeste r.t lv's twr, ruidtiay
l,rI zght ill ninety people.
ire filliniz rapidly.


t ra i n s
I hotelr-


-I.,. -i lack hand-bag with
wijer's car-is. bank and check ,ookk
'.triurn andl (, questions. Reward.

The c',lId wave blowing today is a
grateful change lor many, and will
help to, stay the gr',wth of vegeta-
G ill.


A large At,(N'k of goods is bein g
,r:noed into the Weaver building.
- 7 N ,rth Beach street. and a
aiughte-r sale of shoes and gentas
riirnishins is advertised to begin
'-t.ituray. under the management of
! li. StI it


Sie I:,wena,,f .Albany, N. V.,
':,. a.-ived at the South Bridge


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Where to Oo and
What to See........


'GATOR MOVING


PICTURE SHOW..

TO-NIOHTI
Complete Change of Programm
Every Night.

Attractive Pictures Well Worth
Seeing.
The Leperchan,
lThe Folk L.ore Fairy of Ireland.


Matinee at 3 p. m.


LOIS & LOVE,


In th,.ir t'nsurpassed Acrobatic
Ke )Dancing.


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Admission 15 cents.
Il rs- nl at 7:00 p m.


BILLIARDS AND POOL.

SUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO r lfl

FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO


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jGardiner's Artj

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The Rowena was here sev-
iral wteks ago on the way South,
'11d has returned t,> this city to stay l'ie "
,i.til March. Of all the places, r:iuch i e :-r: I
N'rth or South. the owner. Mr. Me- te twiil ,hi"' ,
' ieen andl party, liked Daytona as il a-e il.:; ,
' (11 as any other. ti ,atiuo ar, u .;


PORT ORANGE

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BARGAINS


Silver Beach Property
Tarnished bose O I4 roonloc nmdern luu%
proveawatsand vu nt prrogrty. oi ihillIfi
A,&vstw. Dr tner bUtbn-uonfleC Ilulp hho,
eor aul* t a ervLmn onion m t.r ty*.


ORMOND$
,is kms 11 It r. sd tti~rbs 24 ri..#f4r -a f al
other ioooo -. l. Jw. enpt the -.- %Iu'. v
noiaghhorhv e t: r-r #l& I#- ti ...r. lot, ;. nt
CottageI. LA It at ptki* ,* fmt tid' t 1'!v
c-ounted twe milivuluni.
TObth furufib"! thorn -
thO RJTAoLGES 10betely; ltuaieqd at
t bo corner Urang and pal met to a v en u4-4
-one ot the most d elrabfr eorners In ftY-
tooa; oso cottage rooms, tho 4Dtheh : boeth
and all oth.. cornrentence.4. PFrcs. s.'uo ofor
both and aomapao that. If l yu iarenter-
estvd and desre to look at the property.
call onoraddros.C. X. Blnghsuu. Ctry: I t
ilngham& Thompson, Agent,.


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For Sas


FIVE-mROO*M
Large Lot -m
F' R 1ALJ IMPWM
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MOWN A IL

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noun** AddiU to
among n I he onw kIk
on RewotpmsI awo L
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t!~tur.-. hot sad mM
pert. ii an*.vll: eve,
sgroxinetswith ininMWj
To-nnim f- ml*: "SWUM
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tona FkWIWd

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Irmond or Ormond Bel
EITHER IS A DELIGHTFUL PLACE IN
WHICH TO OWN OR RENT A TOML
.1t niit- nbv 'o OUu -glpi- O4 t h'- pl.;i>'-- I i.i % :n14l -Iplt2n tb. many adI l

MACON THORNTON


REAL ESTATE


ORMOND and ORMOND B EACM


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Winter Homes.


NOR MAN


Real Estate.


Truck Lands.


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Lumber.


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VAUDEVILLE.


Morris H-addocks
High Class Vaudeville Comedy
Entertainers,
ALL THIS WEEK.

-NEXT WEEK--
HILL & EDWARDS,
Black Face Comedianw and Dancers.

NEW PICTURES:
An Interrupted Romance,
The Specter,
Crazed By Jealousy.


Not Nlcoi News.
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