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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: December 4, 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: VID00361
Source Institution: University of Florida
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, D:CENBER 4, 1909 15 Cents per Wmk'


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DAUCHTERi OF THE KIN4.--;
L!RAN!ZE GIRL''S ""L\'LLARY'i


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SERVICES


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W. H. WRIGHT .
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Paper Hanging
Decorating
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T. K. Fltz7,rald F. F. Oates
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
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mid P.,rfe.ctling landTltlt,
Offlct. in Ctonrad Buildlna. "Phone 104


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
Di-omtition to Tr, at You Right.
l't 'Us Be' Y#.ur .r.,.l. r-.
L. H. ROWE & CO.


DR. C. DeW. AKE

Cft Denfist
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Office, South Beach Street, Oppo-
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CHRISTMAS GIPTS FROM THE GRUBER-

MORRIS HARDWARE CO.
You're undecided what to give? Wky not come to our store and look around?
Perhaps you bad not thought of connecting a hardware store with your Christmas
buying? We invite you to \isit cur store, you will find here many exceedingly in-
teresting suggestions.





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One of Daytona's crowning glo-1* JOHN M. SHEELEY j
ries isi her incomparable beach. No A Specialty of
one who ever set foot upon its Interior Decorating.
smooth., packed sands; no one who Orders May Be Left at Rowess
ever pedabld a bicycle over its ex- Jewelry Store.
pxanse; no one who ever drove a I- _
prancing pair of horses and listen- --- _"-- _-- __
SJ to the -opping of their steel shows DAYTONA VULCANIZING WORKS
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superficial observer. With such lav-
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mian to give the finishing touches
which have wrought the colors
and outlines of the bit picture.
Man did all this in the laying out
of the streets with their wide margins-
of l)arkaze. The entire city becomes
a gr'teat park. u ith driveways int-r-
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Lots on all streets
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SEABREIZE and DAYTONA
SBEACH, two enaterprising and
progressive towns on the Hall-
fax Peninsula, are geographically one
although incorporated as separate
municipalities. The towns parallel
the peninsula north and south for a
distance of from three and one-half
to four miles, and extend east and
west from t-e surging seas of the
Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax River.
i the beautifuL tide-water stream that
sets them apart from Daytona with
which they have close communion
by means of three bridges, as well as
Sa half-hour ferry service.
SSeabreeze and Daytona Beach are
essentially summer and winter re-
i sorts and are making hundreds of
new friends every year among those
who desire to escape the discomfort-
in4 extremes of heat and cold, and
their hotels and boarding houses
arc now re.:eivinu splendid patron-
a.e from the most discriminating
class o! tourists.
The r'm-an avervIe temperature 80
decree' in the summer and 70 dertecs
in the winter, with an occasional
extra risc or drop of a few days' dnur-
atio:: nimarks this as cue of the n:.c,t
healthful locations in any .ectnon c:
the country, north, east. south or we't
The ocean itsclI. ith ., marvelous,
beach. hard as macadam and nmo-on
as a floor, -is the greate-,t attractio-i.
although earth and a:r and sky scem
to have entered into a combination
to enhance its every charm. The
beach is the famous automobile race
course where every world stra: ht-
away record ha, been made. and all
these records it continues to hold
without rivalrv.
The saud o: thi :amniou-, speed av.
i s composed lar-,elv o: the shells o ,
the coquina clam, which are about
oite-hal: inch loun and verv thi.
For ages Nature ha. been rolli:.,
then up. a'hin. them back into t..e
surf and pulverizing them Exar.::.cJ I
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ORANGES
If you wan! the
very bcst orange.
apply at
Point Grove
for the Redland
Indian River.....
Oran e, the best
in the State.
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mOmr ytona n the
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Prices Moderate
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LUMBER
Building and Crate
Material
NEW MY.NA
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NEW SMYRNA
SURVEYOR

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SNEW SMYRNA is situated fifteen I
v iles south of Daytma and is an
Ideal spot reached from Daytona by
Sa rd surface road winding through'
u c ot the most picturesque parts of
Flowida.
SWith its ancient ruins dating back
to a time when the history of man
runneth not, interlaced with wires of
the modern telegraph and telephone,
its miles of shc'l streets as hard and
smooth as a flor and over-arch,.! by,
hoary forest giants that grew i:1 state-
l. k"-audcur during the lap:e of byv-
,):rc centuries, New Sm.yr: is irs ,
a p, .:c o rcmrn3ntc and rart
A ': :inaturc Ler is very i .it.:, t_
c .-x:::* t and tca,'ur,.--, nC-r Pc:c
be :cu T1 c be-t t ','.. .':d
h :i :l *n the State ci F'P : d.i .
Ti;e people arc th-i'y., t:c busi-
c', s men euterr:siarg, and all unite
inu ex'ending the welcome lhand c
hoip-tal'ty to strangers. There are
tivc ,.iurch edifices for white people
and an equal umber for the colored
population; the town has an excellent
high school, a splendid public lib-
rary. and ap-to-date business houses.
There are any number of pretty
homes for the permanent population
which numbers clc., to 2.000. and
"Mone very fine wntc,:r rc.idenc,.
There are rood hotclt ..;nd k,.x'di,
IOUCs V, Crc ou cai :::e.d a .:,co., -
dations to meet y,,'ur :c .: i rc::, :.'s
Adiouiii New SN'.-:::^a : S ", .,C
section o: vegtjible 1 :,d ,i c:.* tc
tound any wiere. TV.s ..5dAld
been divided into small iarmn', ';.:.,
can be bought at reasonable 1,r .c,
Some of the finest celery gro.au i:-
the State is raised on this land. All
other vegetables grow in abundance,
'and here, too, is the home of the fainm-
ous Indian River oranges.
New Smyrna has no bonded in-
debtedness and the tax levy is low.
A point that no tourist should fail
to visit is the ruins of the Old Span-
ish Mission which stand somber and
alone about one and a quarter miles
southwest of New Smyrna. A good
road leads to the place and the trip
can be easily made by an automobile.
Silent, in the great pine flats by the
mnargin of the forest, is this place of
piltgrinag for the pious; this ren-
dezvous for the picnicker. The ruins
are extensive, and while there is no
authentic history of their origin, it
is presumed that the Mission was
built by the Franciscans in the days
when the once powerful Kingdom off
Spain first planted its flag upon what
is now American soil.. It was built
of coquina, the roof being of the
'same material, cut into thin slab '
and covered with cement plastcr
i Extensive gardens surrounded.. !t
which were enclosed by a s on,
wail. portions of which still re. ..-i:
Visitors usually come i1 pa:tic,
merry and curious but the sell c',
the place soon talls upon them aud
\ they separate to sit alone, silent and
, meditative, under the arches or be-
side the ancient well.

CORONADO
Is situated on the peninsula opposite |
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NCO Lmyrua AaU ls conJUnICU t .y a
good road and bridge over the deep
current of Indian River. Here you
can put aside your conventional
garb, breathe in large and deep the
salty tonic of the sea and enjoy your-
self to your heart's cortei.t w:i.lh rod
and reel in row or sail boat or in the
ocean surf a short ha.f-mile away.


THE

OCEAN HOUSE

F. W. SAMS
PROPRIETOR

Rates:
$3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
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THE RIDGEWOOD

E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor.
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THE house is charmingly situated on Ridgewood Avenue,
the highest and most healthful point in the city of Daytona.
It is very tastefully and comfortably furnished and is modern
in every respect The vegetables are from the Ridgewood
garden. and native fruits, which grow in abundance, are a fea-
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STHE PRINCE GEORGE
Hilyard & Holroyd. Proprietors
DAYTONA, FLORIDA


Enlarged and Improved Since Last Season


Large and Beautiful Grounds---Located on River Front

Same Management as THE BRISTOL. Asbury Park. N. J.
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Everything Modern. Homelike and Comfortable. Directly
Atlantic Beach. Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and
HORACE F. STEWART
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA


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The National Biscuit Company


Star Hams and Bacon


Cakes and Crackers


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A Table Delicacy Always-Ready for an Emergency
CAMPBELL CHILI SAUCE,. SALAD DRESSING
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Scudder's


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That Enlland faces a great political crisis in the war the house ef lord-
bas made pmon ti he liidge, arid the liilsr.slisti,' l)l'oVlisiA11 It contains Is ad:nit-
ited by the mIost ;intideiit fes o' t the tix liiasulre wiui'-h thc government aT tlije iliu 4f vi of the peers. G :!'ve
warnings w-ri i]Ht-rk-d tv Lord l:,<,ry.ii r lor-nd Loreburn. the Earl of Cricwe
nzid inaiii% .i-T |r>i! iiia it iit iilr% <> 4t t!ie um'o'r trwati lh of pilarli;ament In a(l-
vocatin, tht- aidoltiiil oi f the t, i!l Il. u'h -i1 itI ;li:i h. i- oll thi, 0i-llt'. iii ani eloquent aiddress that (Gr,;:t
Brii t lacin d rot1 IMT, CoifroTi(1el uitli ( s.-rious a situation since 1S32. When
the t',usvt of lordl tokk a rt- -ss aft r ;:1 -hre diys' deb:ito on the budget 5.<-'')
peophl si. ed .t*u sid e The 1' ;ii1i ii<-1 tiou-w in 11i ii :1 u I i g eltitit!< "God Gave
the Land 1,, the I'et 'ope tlo the ttin- fl "'Marcliing Through Georgia." The
episode Is said to hIave td Ii iia mliirkl eflnt-< i1 ie ) vee i en so irolioioi,-led a leaidtr
of the l opposition t as I,11rd 1 .Li, l\t)A '1ti,




There is No Place





Just Like Daytona


As a Resort in which to spend the winter


or a part of it.

world over as the

Florida---and tRe B


Daytona is known the

p Preitest Resort in

eauty oE the City is as


the Architect of the Universe


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NmaLE IF COLOR

By ARCHIBALD 8POFFARD.
Copyright, 190. by American Press Asiu
cia.tlon. J
"Doctor. I have a problem for you to
oIre. I am aware that you study the
science of your profession rather th:in
practice that profession: that your in-
vestigations have pertained to the Oiff
fereut conditions wherein i1d do ur
notes matter and other kindred olues
tions. I have heard that o hliav-e
even analyzed love between the sexes ;
and are prepared to place meni and
women in positions where thlt y wii.
love and other positions wherein the.o
will hate one another. Am right
"Partly. We are all affecLted by -ur
environment. Bad weat her. o'r iii
stance. ik s us quarrelsomie."
"But we cannot control the weather.
and the problem I have for you Is. to
produce love. As you know. I aii lim-
mensely wealthy. My wealth must allr
go in time to Isabel. my only child
She Is now trying to decide between
two men. one of them I wish her to
marry; to the otherr 1 have serious loli
joct.lous. Shie .ill 11"It be innilii .-ed
by i le. Clal ol u iiistrui '-t ilt, l itow t.
influet e h-r li li.y n:itural c.,LI i:i-t "
"I can. sfest a et fur e
try." t1-;e d(.l tlr rcp cd. "if yo i call
brillg 'l'910It t hliei n.''S.iVy co ditions.
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Commencing with Dec. 1stl


PLAYED WITH A UON,
A South African Child Who Ran to
Meet the Big "Oogglt
The infant son of one of the Dutch
settlers in South Afrkica bad strayed
away. After some time a search par-
ty discovered little footprints leading
In the direction of the busb. Follow-
ing up these, the search party came
upon a large open space. at the tar-
ther side of which they discovered the
object of their search sitting bugglug
a little wooden doll and munching a
piece of bread and butter. Before
they could make their way through
the thick, tangled undergrowth a large
lion sprang into the clearing. The lit
tie boy. far from being frightened, ran
to meet the lion, holding up his tiead
and butter and said. "'Fake a bite
doggie."
The father stood powerless to move
or speak through tear, expecting each
instant to see the child crushed under
the lion's paw, but Instead of doing
as he dreaded the lion turned himself
over and lay on his back at the child's
feet, looking up in his face as a cat
would do at play. Watching his op-
portunity, the father raised his gun
and tired, hitting the lion In the leg
The anirmal sprang up and. leaving th'
child, rushed on the party. injuring
two of the number before It wvas finai
ly killed. Firomi this circuminstanme tlhe
('hi d vnas liinedi(iately christetne'd v
the settlers "):laiel."--London lai!nnly
hera ldi

WAITED FOR HEALY.

An Incident cf the Land League Agi-
tation In Ireland.
(0 io I riW;1ll..: durl:ig thi' linI ih:i.;utv
zag ita iti' M r. I':iii li lef't LutiilI !,,,
Sthe e. rly ;iiiil trn:l i ft' lr,'..-o-'lill -,)ii
to addresI's ;i i.it'etilt,. t i'rriv g il in
the tf\vli lhe i'e'cived a l'r.li in frollm
Dul-iii) which ran:
M.'ts:oil rn:ill tain. %% *\ill g t (ii,'o n a;t a
O'Cl-cK. i'ostpuo:e rrCt.t li;. tll.l I arilve.
IILAL-i.
Mrr. Parinel was lloie sed t i lt.';irii th.:t
iT. M Mlaly, .I. i. >.. %%;iS coilt.ag dodo\n
DJelighti'd, t o. \verT Lt' elo al ['roljo-
te'rsof the, dt'illonstZra tio hn. anid the meet'-
Ing \wias gladly lo.stpotn'd for a few
Hours.
.At 3 o'clock the r:iiiuiy statloti ai.ud
its appritacLh's were tihrongetlid vith
people witlli llitids and batiite-s', alld
the tr.li in troll I lilbi1ln stea:lied 1: I
IlIiild tei'r;i< c e't'riing tior Ttii lle:ivly.
'Tlie triinti iillol Ilup,. ii carriage door
Olileted. aII(d ithe. loc'll rl'ti lioi coi1
lliltt't, rlusheld to it, \ hei ()lin t ?tlipit'il
,"IJ<- b." butit I as \ it i t M .--alk
M 1 '. lI \\MI.S \V. \\:;ii~ii'.,- ll,,;ily, al
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The Service

will continue

every week

day until

April first

and longer

if business


is


I Effective


Full stock Electric Irons. Coffee Percolators, Toasters.
Griddles, ChaEing Dishes, Fans and Warming Pads.


THE SHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and

WATER COMPANY.


WE CONFESS


We admit it frankly the Merchants Bank wanrts your business. But we also,
can assure you that in return for your business, this bank not only offers a service
which we believe almost perfect, but un-uestione security for every dollar entrust-
ed to our care.
In zold, unassuming figures, here is our 6uara,.re 'o every depositor retard-
less of the amount he may have In this bank


Capital .
Surplus and Profits
Stockholders Liability


S250.000.


S100,000.00
50,000.00
100,000.00

Total, S250,000.00


That amount stands between your deposit and


any possible loss.


We repeat:


This~ La'kWXInS y';tt btsiaiess.


Merchants Bank
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~.e)NRAI) '~ .,. I'
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On y3ra..


Florida


**


better Assortment


Sand Larger Stock than I

ever before at the |

Furniture Emporium of



*BINGHAM & MALEY CO.,

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-A When in need of
Watch the windows of h
_:. th G be Mor : Hiigh Class Wines and
the Gruber-Morris N 0IOITORQ
SHardware Co. for the 0
ChWrite for Price List to the
display of old:'st and largest house in
0 G Florida.
SElectric Novelties Hotel, Club and Fine
Family Trade c -ur
SU C>- Z 'ec ,tv.

SDaytona Electric Co., R=,o. W Simms Co.
J~ o\ui Surimm; Co.,
J. B GARRISON, Ma< AC.SO'NV!ILL[ I LA .<
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The Day


Electric


Current


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~ N chfs I.Codes and Lines, Embroidered,
~ZI*Md INGdeCAL, In"tal Mournint, IW-wona, and Special


=fOC
04' A "Mmql


* lULI

iROCERIES3
try, Florida and
western Meats
)ERS CALLED FOR AND
2OMPTLT DELIVERED
se 119, Daytona
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The Ckas. E.


GOODS


Plells Rtationrey and l P.hoo Upplies,
*Phonoirmph4. Se~wing 3iMehine-s.
*Typewrttvr% Crocetry. (41.*4awire.0
4 tlery. Fishlim rTackle, Toysi and*
N* o t Ionma.
BARNES
0 Wt I I rnI -%) trniaw our Pketart-.fix3
0 your bitup.- iand Tniboahrs.-iiha,~ rpen
*your 'Aawnr~iI oth.*r Tool and r,,paamir
*almIo'4 :111ii1! ghi i ait i outlot whlack*
II Nx .t. for 1 lzvanyW t vlt v1IOil
BARNES 0I1
THE NOVELTY MAN
* P .16--outh B-ac Sret. I la'% onja. a. *0


HAVE IN EDBROIDERIES


S'Phone 102, Ahowy ck Dayitsa,


A(TN


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It


Crystal...


Theatre..


TO-NIGHT


2,000 feet of


Hith Grade Films

SHELLY and JONES
Dancing Artists

Matinee To-day at 3:30


Admission


.5 and 10c


Commencing Monday,
December 6


MAZIE


MARTELL


Singing, Danacai, :id
A t:


Ch~t i


DAYTONA

OPERA

HOUSE



TO-NIGHT

GEORGE W. HERBERT
pr esent...-
New York's Success
pea^e, b-.
Miss Virginia Milliman,
"Mrs. Dane's Defense"
The Greatest Society Drama
Ever Presented


Prices, 25-50-75

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OCADILLIACV
in goo'.i


returned f!


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THE WEATHER.
Generally fair toright a-d Sun


LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
7:07 to-da3: S:10 tomo,--oA


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We


Pohe


Ask


To call and see the results of a e *ere
to produce the Best in Fe Clothim Gar


so


overwhelmingly good in every feature


counts for perfection in Style, Fit and Dr
and everything else that goes to to make ga


ments thoroughly satisfactory.


Really there can be no doubt in your mind once you ha


thoroughly examined and tried them on.


Men's Outfitters


FOSTER


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SPeas, Beets, T:rnips, Ca:- *
rots, Lettuce, Ono:.s, "
SRadishes, Wax Beans,
Green String Beans. Cab-
Sbage, E6g Plant, Green
Peppers, New Potatoes,
0 Cucumbers 3 for 5c,
SGrape Fruit, Oranges.,
Apples, Cranberries.
ALL FRESH and NICE.
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GENE JOHNSON
\,ER H AS A REPAIR THA
-O DIFFICULT FOR HlH

CENTRAL BRIMNE BICYCLE 11M

H. T. McCLELLAN
WI. .DOW ', ; *ae"r.-r (f!
WINDOW ad DOOR FRAMES and WE
azd DOOR SCREENS, Misie FTrWk
- Tmaziaj ., Scroll Sawiut. etc.


North Ridtewood Ave.


For a Fine Stock of

BICYCLES
and

[RY Invalid Chairs
I
...Call on...

GRAHAM THOMPSON
hn-,, i '
tere.
: OpFositc the Yacht Club
L23.


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I .a Boxes for the Children.


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