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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 21, 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: VID00378
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Nblie ed Every Evening


Except Sunday During December. January, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BT UNITED PRESS.


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DAYTONA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1909


15 Cents per Week


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NEVILLE H. CLARK
OPTOMETRIST.


EYES TESTED-FRAMES FITTED


COPENHAGEN


II AGAINST DR. COOK.


& Do Not Carr YI: WI PESOUT THE

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ORED TOWN.


SEVERAL BUILDINGS DESTROYED
COWINHAGEN. Dec, 21-The corn-
IBY EARLY MORNING BLAZE --
fte the University of Copenha-
__ Wui as been examining the FIRE DEPARTMENT DOES GOOD
&a of Dr. Fredeick Cook, to-
7 giumpstidA to the University con- WOK
t6t Cook's records do not car- -ire in ida .- .i -
o nviction and the observations stroyed property, 8IlI>' ;:.::atiu. ui
SM gjey insufficient to warrant a value about $2<1',.,.
W1 t that he discovered the North1 A little after half past t\xo ( ch :k
Vi.. this morning Geo. M. Gunn, assistant
I decision of the committee Is engineer at the electric pLant, stepped
fout of doors and noticed a glare
s a members of the examine of light to the northward, in the col-
Mmwl declare that they were ored settlement of Midway, %\hich
Ia.alf lan hour after opelnin caused him to send a man to the up-
an om- kite d that the claims paper story to investigate. Thi- man
WM -Wt NO". at once reported it to be a fire and
'Ul Tomadale, Cook's private the alarm signal was immediately giv-
Strying to have the decis-en at about twenty minutes of there .
Us -lkl. claiming other data is A second alram was given a f.'\v N .,-
annf by another route The re- ments later.
M wffl not be considered. The The fire proved to be in the st,,:'
are highly incensed and think building of S. \\ Dun(-an on the n,-irt
Swere imposed upon side of Second av( nue, a shrt> u -
Sis being bitterly denounced ance west of the railroad. It it-
t Denmark. discovered by J. L. Oduim, l(lv,,-
ducted a meat market adjlninrr (w..
IIAt UVIB IF iNU the west. and for l ,wirajs fi. i.::.
i It utes Mr. Odum and .NlWS.tt. :
Il lftHI M f Acolored man, were the y j.' ,,- :-
VMO TIii Aoi present. They were
|1Cma the promptness ,{ th,, ;:i!::. ;ir.r
WASHINGTON. Dec. 21-Command- t ry ,, I' .,,
F[ y when sliown the dispatches thlt fire hnil I.. ... ;
Copenhagen regarding Cook's elecri li pl:;L
e made the following statement The fireIil,;,y ,, .
Sthe United Press. -.eis, c iei .. I ,. : ,". < :
"Three months ago from the tar
ti()l (,f Ith *" < r i f '' ', '" ''
abdor coast I sounded an explicit dy's ran. nd i., x, .. ,, ..
t deliberate warning to the world colnii ,, ft t, 1 -
upon complete and accurate in- inrme<-, 8 *
Stile illillneO! l, lt' !"
mtoto in regard to Cook's claims .lac' The-, :.i.,s'- ',
In doit so I accepted the reaponsi- d..Ia e i1. ( T I:.>
d-ttion to and f i ^ ., l, (. s n-'.^h aL "
&evol-ing upon me and fulfilled market, Dr.1,T.


w duty to myself and to the world.
The warning which Peary means-
- the cablegram from Battle liar-
Wra follows: 'Cook has not been to
he Pole xopril 21or any other date.
ie hs simply handed the public a


SAYS KSLI0N


IS VERY CONVINCING.K


I GLAD THAT DANES DISCOVER-
ED ROTTENESS IN DENMARK.
KEW YORK Dec. 21--\\-,l,. I ,.
hd that it was the IDanes \\ h li(outid
BtOtnew in Denmar, Thais \\ T r.
Mnent of Herbert 4ridg, l;;T: -,
Kary of the Peary A t" ii. ,
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CHRISTMAS AND


THE HARDWARE STORE


There are many, many things in our splendid well assorted stocks that will
make your friendss the best of gifts.
Useful, serviceable, practical, gifts the sort that please and satisfy
These as suggestions, many others equally as interesting at the store


GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE CO.


ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS


FOR CITY ROAD FUND.


Commodore Burgoyne Gives' the Editor of the Daily

News a Check for One Thousand Dollars


Toward the City Road Fund.


The City Road Fund is exhausted, Jof no mean city" now have an oppor-.


said the Daily News a few days ago
on the authc ty cf Alderman Mills.
T7e c.'t stE cets a c 'i- v;Ie ccndi-


tunity to show their civic spirit.


Our streets are rctte!'.


Our streets are a disgrace t, ,


civilized commur'ty


CaK C'~modc.4.; Ej;>1~24 U7.
Fu-.'~ th~u~.ir ~<~'3 \A''l hf ~' I


The Dal'y News h ,s a check for


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MADRIZ TODAY ASSUMED THE


PRESIDENCY OF NICARAGUA.


ZUBER SAYS HE WANTS


TO BE DAYTONA'S MAYOR.


Estrada Making Good His


Threats to Continue


the War.


SOME OTHERS. TOO, HAVE THE
BEE BUZZING IN THEIR BON-


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Madriz i ill not be (Iditatt-d to by Ze-
laya ais was expected .l ai M-xic Ubit-
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ESTRADA MAKING GOOD HIS
WARLIKE THREATS.
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FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
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BARBER

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South Beach Street


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SEABREEZE and DAYTOE
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S progressive towns on the HaI
fax Peninsula, are geographically -
although incorporated as 1;q t
municipalities. The towns rarani
the peninsula north aud scn-t, for
Distance of from three and zne-half
to four miles, and extend east and
West from the surging seas o! tb!
Atlantic Ocean to the Hal11ax Rive,
the beautiful tide-water stre-am tU
sets them apart from Daw.-ona wilt
which they have close commuj
by means of three bridges, as -welI
a half-hour ferry service.
! Seabreeze and Daytcna B,.a:h are
essentially summer aad w"::ter re.
sorts and are making hundreds of
new friends every year amc.g those
who desire to escape the .;- e-forto
ing extremes of heat and cc. and
their hotels and board:.4; house
are now receiving splen14d piatron-
age from the most, di:szr..:ating
class of tourists.
The mean averac tcg..o ..-a';r- 80
degrees in the summe:: a:l-l re
inl the -w ater. -.A; -- -:
extra rse cr dro7 c: a ^ -A Ur.
aion. marks 'hi ,a --- ost
healthful ica.:_- a .. -.. ...cn of
the cuuti ry. n....L "' "- .. .. .- est
T h e c.._ a, ,t ic. A : "'; ,' o o
beach, hard a.s .a.a : -ch
as a F. or. 1i :h. --, .- o
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to have entered ;.. a:n
to enhance its e-er. C .:.. The
beach is the fanc'us a.. rac
course where evr-v ,. -.:-
away record has bee: -:.-,a. a-1 all
these records i: c-.'c h-ld
wi:hcut r. val-..
The sand o. ,hi :a.... -cav
Sis composed iarel- c: .:.c .'s oi
the coquina clar-. -L:.c a:-_ about
one-half inch long an- c-.- :h!!n.
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NEW SKYRNA is sttcdt fifteen!
miles so m&oth of Dayto and us an
idtal spot reached from Daytona by
hard serfao m rod winding through
one ot then mot picturesque parts of
Florida.
SWith its ancient ndju dating back
to a time when the history of man
rnnnth not, interlaced with wires of
the modern telegraph and telephone,
its miles of shell streets as hard and
smooth as a floor and over-arched by
hoary forest giants that grew in state-
ly grandeur during the lapse of by-
Sgone centuries, New Smyrna is truly
a place of romance and rest. i
All nature here is very inviting to
the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here:
too is to be found the best fishing and
hunting in the State of Florida.
The people are thrifty, the busi-
ness men enterprising, and all unite
in extending the welcome hand of
hospitality to strangers. There are
five church edifices for white people
and an equal number for the colored
population; the town has an excellent
high school, a splendid public lib-
rary. and up-to-date business houses.
There are any number of pretty
homes for the permanent population
which numbers close to 2,000, an4
some very fine winter residences.
There are good hotels and boarding
houses where you can find accomo-
dations to meet your requirements.
Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a
section of vegetable land as can be
fouLd anywhere. This land has
been divided into small farms which
can be bought at reasonable prices.
'Some of the finest celery grown in
the State is raised on this land. All
other vegetables grow in abundance.
and here, too, is the home of the fam-
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 oae 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.
lent, in the great pine flats by the
margin of the forest, is this place of
pilgrimage 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 of
Spain first planted its flag upon what
is now American soil.. It was built
Sof coquina, the roof being of thec
i same material, cut into thin slab-
,and covered with cement plas:cr
Ex'cnivC gardens surrounded i*
which were enclosed by a s' -
wall. portions oe which .-,.i re'. .-
V-sitors usually co'rc -n ;-.u: c-
merry and curious but the .-j ,_I. ."
thc place soon falls upon the't" a"
they separate to sit alone. .ilenit a;)J
meditative, under the arcLt or b -
side the aacicnt well


CORONADO
is situated on the peninsula opposite
New Smyrna and is connected by a
good road and bridge over the deep
current of Indian River. Here you
jcan put aside your conventional
'garb, breathe in large and deep the
I salty tonic of the sea and enjoy your-
self to your heart's content with rod
and reel in row or sail boat or in the
ocean surf a short half-mile away.


ASK
ME
ANYTHING
If for
the Good
of NEW
SMYRNA-


ORMOND-ON-THE-HALIFAX


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OCEAN DOUSE

F. W. SAMS
POPROI IETOR

Rates:
$3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
Excet Il.nt Hunting
and Fihlung
NEW SMYRNA
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NEW -M YRNA
FLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
Dlnner t for Motor-
ing Partlt,.-s a
8pclalty
Rates: $2.0 per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES
PIR)i'tl I VTOR4


M.A.

GALBREATH
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NIV:W MYRNA
FU ']II 1'A


BELL'S
While at
New Smyrna
LUNCH
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L. C. CUISifOLM
Tonsorial Parlor
Oldubt situd In town
NEW S6YTNA, FLA.
Moltoes and Warts
Renaoved Without
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SANITARY BATHS

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Cold Dnnks

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)RMOND


SORMOND is five miles north of
Daytona, located on the western i
bank of the Halifax River. The lo-
cation of the town permits of good
drainage and perfect sanitation; the'
elevation is superb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge con-
nects Ormond with Ormoud Beach.
Many fine residences are main-
taincd on either side of the river,
most of them embellished with sub-
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty ora 'e and other citru'z fruit

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cHai.fc: autoRivobile nt..e '.c hasattlsl,
salubrious climate ai:d cilcsaant
w1lks a:id drives, i
At C-:.,on~. Beach is located tlhe
!:r.e Hotel Orimond, and its lesser
sister, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
Halifax River, while the latter has as
its cvutlook the magnificent b1ch and
2 the broad Atlantic.
I het walks in all dia.es -1i:3s arc
.ic ,lii-I a attractive, .it d t!'h e ar-
'.:s, ..'i.i and ita e t'.: .,t's and
:-.,:* .. :.w,,-.,. are c- .- *.. ith w
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Bc"Ode-s thie hre .id, '2'1 .:;:I c.eana
c.cicli t;ic'e asre manIy dir .,cs ior ctar-
rnia'e or a',cn ,hi[,llc---lo' .. a.:i,,->.s a''d
sp;e n s l,-five me; s oiVr.s th! ,i'h frovte
of golden orange';: dnr.'c' through
dcnse tropical forests to Spanish
ruins; drives to the ancigea:t Cause-
way built by the slaves o, planters
.. lon, acgo, and d-ives to the planta-
tions of hospitable settlers, whose
places are replete with the interest ;
of Southern fruits ais d fLt'o crs.
One of these interesing planta-
tionhs is Number Nine, located on the
peninsula, five miles north of the
Hotel Ormond. Here you see a nne
r:.-nge grove, together with great va-
.-''es of other s-b-trcpical fruits
.oid flowers.
.ve miles further on you come to
MouudJrove, one of the finest orange
groves in this section of Florid.x.
Moundgrove is on the headwaters c:
the Halifax River and is amid pretty
surroundings. The place is reached
bv a good road [passing Number
Nine] and is a drive all tourists ma-y-
enjoy.

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Port Orange.


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THORNTON
ORMOND
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Single ur Ea Suite.
with or ^ without .I
Private Bath. St:cr-
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Uncxcelld ... .
A, M. WATSON N
Propr.


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Co ;::ty .

VISITORS
WELCOME


THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

"NUMBER NINE"
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estate agency and. two or three hotels, .
A large number of tourists and
winzer r"idcuts make Port Orange .
wi:ntcr headquarters, one oi the sev-
eral attractions 1-e.iug the excellent
fishing. Port Ora:ige is in the orange
belt and a numb-cr of very fine citrus
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DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA


' VOLUSIA

COUNTY

BANK
DELA.ND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
P1r LI.d-nt
J. B. '1)N1tA I
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G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Dr~ia.., Stationery,
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Kodaks, Cioars
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DELANLD, FLA.

"W,. ;,.ik for
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LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
P-iwticin au till
Btate and F,<.dvru,
(Oo0rrt r
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Invstlgating a und
raNotiDng titles
)LANN. FVI.A. ,


STEWART & BLY
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DELAND, the county seat of
-.-. _- .. Volusia County,
is situated 23 miles southwest of
Daytona and is reached from the lat-
ter city by an excellent hard-surface
road recently constructed.
At DeLand is located the John B.
Stetson University, one of the lead-
ing educational institutions of the
South. Because of the interest in
matters educational DeLand is known
as "The Athens of Florida."
Stetson University has a "aculty o'
50 Froic:--ors and instructors. There
are ov'cer 400.000 i: buildiu.; aind
c.]uip.r,.L; nearly ..,"'00.000 ,:idA,_,-
oncu', a C.err '.',,e Li.rary ahlii, rc,-
re:->cnl:t:{ a -lu;'. st:',c'at ::, bi., l..!.i '.
endo _,cit .iiu d book., o: '?ioc.. c tf.i
$12U.0 W). The library is the; U ,itcd
Statc.G.a.vcrunicut depositor' tor "'ie
State ut F-lorida, and co'nt.aiis o', r
I5,00 volur;es. Scica:ce all. )>
o: the te scit of 16 buhIdin.s, ,v;,
its turn !,hi i,- repre-icnts aIn u iL,,'.
0i $60,000. Elizabeth flall ( ,: .'
the -ic 's.at beautiful co lc.< a.-:k i-
iII t Soutllh.
Thc ,itt has a population .....-.
3,500, with! a thickly settled co;':i
adja,:cnt. DeLauJ proicr i ..
::.; ca,,t o' the bt Johnu I<.'. R :
C.L 2. 4.. < IxI~.Lro *- .
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', and ,:l, -r truits are ':O.A' i:i 1 ,i .'
il thlc .-way of public it'; r~ r'.ctc:'-
arc many miles of tiane ;licll roads, :L:.
excellent high school, electric lights,
a system of waterworks that is o'^ned
and operated by the city, supplyi.i,
the pu-e-st water at little co .t.


Nine houses of worship testify ti:."
DeLaud is a church-gouig coi::,,u-
nity. Baptists, EpiscopAl:an. M'.i-
odists (Northern and So"uthern), Pic ,-
byterians, Christians and Catholic
besides colored Baptist3 A.1d MC'!I. -
dists, arxe represented.
The graded school o"'': ; a t":
years' course, and the buid;.,;,.- v. l.:
t ocCupies is ncwl, f3u .a. '
t-rou hou' and is w c ,. ''.. ri
c,;..:':o ), u a:d be c1, ..7:1:t- ; c
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'?:c trip troin Day' ;,.: ., I. .t.:..
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UNIVERSITY
Ircl.-NDI. FLA.
Four Coiogeeg. ~andi 5
T.-chnical Schlools~.
Equtipment c('dt-
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W. H. Peters


pierce Arrow, Stevens-Duryea

Stearns and Reo


MOTOR


CARS


HARTFORD TIRES, and HAVOLINE OILS


South Beach St.,


Daytona, Fla.


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Cut Rate Drug Store.


Everybody call, and reap the
benefit. I personally put up all
prescriptions so you are sure of
lawful and correct work by a


registered druggist.


GILLE'S DRUG STORE.


FOR


S.cW fie ord T~uo* far
4-cyliuder ford hWN~oMi *4S
Ik-yriud NOMd f Widtfh
Rcyfider C(mrei Airiooled


SALE

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SWill have something 0
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TWO UGLY ANIMALS,

Those Big Pigs, the Rhinoceros
and the Hippopotamus.

THEY ARE HARD TO CAPTURE.

Getting Away With One of the Cciossai
Brutes 'Aakes the Work of Trapping
the Big Fesines Seem Like Child's
Play-Methcds of the Hunterz.
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play co Ir ; .. .. .
t u r i z is t A .. -
Tuals c-Cf tL."' .'" y .' -
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expert's o:... .... .
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te or o f .c ; -,.:. .', : .- -Is
th e 7'^ 3 -2 L. ... ". :
ilerous :g v,,.ke a .::. .*.. ;:.L ,:
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the densest t,,cket w-: :h tL ,."K-
ble speed of an express trala.
To catch a rti --"cer.s t.. t.. ":
proceeds wl:h .-aals zch :-
Would an explorer b.ou.Ld f-.r a tw-o cr
three year expedition in the I-i. r
Of an unexpiored coutk:Aent, fur t. -
lMfculty confroLting Lim Is the thrw-
tIld one of rst penetrating a thc-u-
NI or more miles Into theL Interior;
estond. of fud'rg not onry a rsuov..e-
TV, but a ri c.eros cow wittb a calf
OM enough to capture, and. lastly, of
Wawsporting his prize across hills and
wo ldarns and plains. orer rivers and
evirnes. crnrds R mps and through
tr uts to clvioizaiti..n.
Skirting swamps and rters, the men
are rver on the lookout for the deep,
found spoors. like a pie plate driven
tato the mud. for In this wet ground
te rhinoceros loves to wallow. Fre-
quently ve or six mcaonths elapse be-
tome the tracks of a cow and a calf are
picked up.
Noiseless and from well to leeward,
the trapper and his men gradually
steal nearer until lthe cow and the
e dlf are Inclosed in a circle. From
ahead. out of tohe ize of caw e and
Creeper, sounds tr e uieaosy stape.-
of the cow. Wi:L a half sLnrd L.fr
grunte In an lstant the r.c:w*r s L-
all attentc'. Los:ed r^ a .: ro
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GAVE UP $,j )A MONTH
7


Nation's Chief Geologist.


Professor Hayes, Member of Polar
Investigation Committee.


PEOPLE HERE HAVE WARM

SPOT FOR COBURN'S TROU

A ROLLICKING. JOLLY PERFO


ANCE WILL BE GIVEN AT


DAYTONA


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They lack what we c"-.41 ~ L
*the staring of tth!Lgs, a cm~c~
to do. They lack coutlc~ok.
Now-
If the giving up (f a seventv.tve U .1Al
lar job for a ft.rt;-dAarjob exC;:tei
amazement, what s"IaU be said ojf a
* young Maz W,'.,) N1ntr* C 42t
posItion that was [yn ~~'.'
mon t-b
Who did it',
Hugh CLalz,&r_- w ,h :'Na-
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Au toMobIlh,


and Stationery Gasoline Engines.o


For sale at all principal points.


S. B. Green, Agent
'Phone No. 7', or 2


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CONRAD-OATES REALTY, T1M1

SAND INSURANCE COMPANY, it

INSURANCE : 'ORIDA
FIRE, BURGLARY. TM Rn
S* TORNADO. ACCIDENT T.I
SLIABIL:TY. AL'TOMOF!LI crIT1
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SDAYTONA FLO


l*Grfef -om te IrOOIIOO|POO omoorOflmOMM

:eroperi v of the

STANLEY ESTATE
FOR
CENTER OF ".-AYTf.
F RIVER FRONT
. :1)x535--SUBDIVIDES INTO
BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LDTS
- GOOD INVESTMENTS

wJas. S. Stanley, or NORMAN S. DAYTON Redr

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1L- DEoSPLAND I U OUS
MEETS IN LONDON.
Sy[tona Florida LONDON, Dec. 21-A conference of

SMow Open for Season 1909-10. the International Commission on
SChristian Unity, at which the!
S WAJTr, n and x American branch was represented by!
L WAITE, Owner, and Manager. Dr. Elias McBee, editor of the Church.

t nt ugsd. Cmiaiae and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all man, was opened inLondon today.
X >^ TT ^ The commission h)p<--s to lbr~rn a
Side.. Rooms Eusuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern The coniiission hops to brg a ,
Convenience. Send for Booklet. greater degree of friendship and a
SConvenience. cd for Booklet. closer co-operation bVtwe-en all denorm-
inmadi,ioiis anid i ofa. .s (<1 relnzious work.
@ N merAddrmbh: ATLANTIC HO!UE. Narraganst" Pii r. I,!:,.1. -i;>nu. q A I' j) )rt o:)l tis1 'je.> t \\ ill b1 pre-
---- -- ---- --- pared ;iid v.ill bh. -ubinitted to the
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THE RIDGEWOOD


E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor. j

N 0 W OPEN William J. Calhoun.
AR depontuients will be managed by white Northern help, Our New Minister to China a Man
geected from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white of Exp er ience.
I of Eljxperiece.~ t
be lp us d throughout the house. The table will be supplied
with all the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the .. -
i fiest Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable. 1 | ;"
S Summer address Proprietor Prospect House. Shelter Isla.d, N Y ""
SAM" 06 4*s.$-0 004000.90:* 01,,0


O N0--- S- -a a Ga0000me


THE PRINCE GEORGE


Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietor-,


DAYTONA, FLORIDA


Enlarged and Improved Since Last Scasc:.


e and Beautiful Grounds---Located on River Fror.t


Same Managemcnt as THE BRISTOL. A. ury h N .


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CHRISTMAS SERVICES AT THE
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
A large congregation assembled at
the First Congregational church, Sun-
day morning to enjoy Christmas ser-
Vices. The music was exceptionally
good, the solo by Mrs. Ensley was
specially well rendered.
Dr .Marsh took for the morning les-i
son, 9 v., 2 chap. of Matthew; "Where
i; he that was born king of the Jews
for we have seen tHis starint he East
and have come to w-orshilp tim."'
The speaker had something ,to say
first concerning those x wiso in n of the
'ast. Thty were princes of ',\:tlIl Io)\v-
er, Who had do'v(otd 1thl-i. li\, s to tte
. /,( y ,f a~sirolc,-y .Tih, \ ;,;;(; t;tk"lt
up) tof,, .-'udy ofJ (t1, stil'.-- Ir, lor, .ltil-
i'y pr t fit a is I II ..t!,! ,y i:i, i;,'ii ;
;r 1i i ntt -,Iatics, and rlt ir rintii lI
i;,si,ai't w as q<'ick.liifd 1,y !:;\ !4sj: ,s.'
t<' ," infinlite, the ( t'iitl, thie ini!.'llt-
abl. TIhev made the lnistt!k,. li,',.-
,v<,r, o(f reasoning from tt,. inf.t*,rial
I.lan- in tliinking that th. i-'.,v kill"
\\o_)ild b, inll the hioustiold (it !iI r'iof
thi. KinL (if the .Jews. and i;i fi ,IIw :^
this carnal m in( th ti y 1,,-: t., v;" ,';*
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PROVERBIALLY HAPPY PARTY fl"f '"IP) '-r1[T,
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E'S GREAT LONDON SHOWS


THE PINES
Situ ted on the highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
ary rooms. Accomodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
potm electric lights, furnace heat, private bath. New and
Immeh !appointments. MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.


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WEDNESDAY.


DECEMBER


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NEW SEASIDE !T
AND FURNISHED COTTAGE -S
Everything Modern, Homelike ani Cc:I:icrt::at'
Atlantic Beach. Surf Bathing and Fish:.ri 2.,: .'.
HORACE F STEWVARI
DAYTON A BEACH


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Specialties


the


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Company


ARMOUR'S


Our Daily Market
Quotations.


The National Biscuit Company's


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Star Hams and Bacon


Simon Pure Lard in Pails


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N. Y. %tae -ta- O-etse
S.N~ss C'-eese


Ne. Pz-tat:es


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Evaporated Milk


HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,


Put up in the following sizes.
BABY


5c, 6 for 25c


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FAMILY


lOc. 90c dozen
S3 50 case


ILLINOIS


TALL
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S4.35 case


20c
S4 25 case


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THE BEST OBTAINABLE---TWENTY VARIETIES.
A Table Delicacy Always-Ready for an Emergency
CAMPBELL CHILI SAUCE, SALAD DRESSING
and MUSTARD.


ALL ICc A CAN OR


Scudder's


Tetley's


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Teas


TETLEY'S TEAS---


Maple


A HIGH CLASS

PRODUCT. ..D


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From Choicest Concord Grapes.
In Hali Pints. Pints and Quarts.


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Contains. only the finest grades :'
Co~fees purified by a process th3
increases an.d retains its esserr-
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NEWS


JOB


RINTING


DEPART


Has just received


over one


thousand pounds


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Modern and


Pretty


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of Typ-


This in itself is not so much but our workmenr


3 artists in their line and


Cakes and Crackers


OTHERS


DRINK


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TIE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS


EMN ENGAGEMENT


AT OPERA HOUSE


OF THE


Virginia


Milliman Co.


t"m* EfE. V. HERBERT.


WED., THUR., FRI. and SAT.


DEC. 22


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Special Matinee Christmas

Presenting nothing but

LAUGHING COMEDIES


"A Race for


TODAY THE


OF


IT IS ALSO 0
OF SAINT 1
CLESIASTIC
Today is :h-
although it gaii
margin hardly,
|ob:-erver Froi,
begin to nt


as pagan a8
To~day v

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"A RAE

THE OP[


a Million"


6The Elopement

"The Girl From Chili"


"Confusion


PRICES


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Every Play One Continuous Laugh.


Secure Seats for each Performance.


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There is No Place



Just Like Daytona

*
As a Resort in which to spend the winter
or a part of it. Daytona is known the
world over as the Prettiest Resort in
Florida---and the Beauty of the City is as
the Architect of the UniverSe left It


iiI I V-ill


k. EASILY MANAGED.
T'ie Clever Scheme Evolvei,,v the
a ~. .~. Clock Winder.
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I Commencin with Dec. 1st 1


IRTEST ODD ELECTION SIGNS.
THE ENTIRE YEAR. The Signs Are In Washingtotn,h
THE ENTIRE YEARS Election. Eluwher
"Of course we don't have any elec-
tions of our own," said a man from
BSERVED IN HONOR Washington, "but we have election In-
FHOMAS IN THE EC- tlmatious. If I may call them that,
which can't be dnpliceated anywhere
AL CALENDAR. else in the country.
5siort(-t of tt-. year, "You see, when we WashILtonians
prwant to vote we've got to do It some-
11 that d(tiBl( tin by a where else, and as most of us have a
Ir -itihlh ?, th, lay lingering fondness fur the franchise
( (1 t'- d '- will e are pretty likely to hang on to a
,,I d residence somewhere outside the Dis-
-.,n, and t0:e "S1n gait, strict
i. I.,v.".r of darkness"' "We especially liie to do it because
t pt i. it makes us feel as if we had some
,r. s.d to t it. sort of weapon to flourish before tlhe
s-t aiart1 i1 tie church observing eyes of the politicians who
c.,:r f St Tho1mas. may have eomethltg to say about our
bod _9ur y}ob8. We b~ h tire
Ia in zt: I td in t Lt- :." L* ** an-mm% 15
comes to hP ome to vote we vislbiy
* and a a.filnd a swell with Importance.
(*..*,f:a:tii.ail calendar "Naturally a national election Is the
one that catches us all at once, and It
-.: ha zk2 ^,.u,', atcd is then that the inpatlons I spoke of
!.i,:* c-vi:ic^ of the do rsst alound. The papers are fua
SI': pd Mi-.tr ^of advertisements of loans for election
M, expenses. department clerks c ,in bh
S.... t'/ 1 1_,1"cc1n 'ndaated with sums covering
;;''i .. ,, i :'. it thlr ralwuy farv, new clothes for
,. I--:, ,..- I,.- t trlp and a subst.:ntial margin ovur
~:.- ~;;~a:.d :.l.,'- : ''- at ;Lnv eessary items. Thie intter-
:. **; o .S. -*... ,t i. t,,t hfih.L t .t :I cfrk o NN
.:;.,. -- : .. :.: !:. ;; 'a d i :I niny: t,., g, back tih':'^ to s. ;':r;::e a
; ..' ,,. : 1 ^ i' ^ i- ll :^ t" 'i -:! I.:- '
S-'. rccs fir t:ie, [ .'t..
.* o t;;> '!;;v [*; i A h -- fi lo .*i )~..
FOR A 1ILLIOV" 10 N: t'! e ;..... V:"



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,;*; v. \ 'Sw ; s-In t for the el,'ct,':. ,..'v $1 a
S .. ., 1, .. I.' "i d In a phof tor> W!:;d.,w .
S"Tn ::p.; tramp, tn ', tL'c s r
ai:;'.re[:leig-htume to VL'to; x1'ar --'.
,.. ., ,1 ,- ,, l "' shol s and you won't get sor f'ct"
.' ,*." ... I, I-' .',, "Tho always offeX r spictali rat, s t..
,,_ i :,,-. *:-, ,v \, i 11 voters, and so It g''ic. Y.u won't :'_' d
'; L It; "' anythIn,,g like it I ... t or t v" ': -
..... New Y ,r- Sun.


The Day


Electric


Current


very week

day until

Aprilbfirst

and longer j

if business I


S is


,Effective


justifies


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

THE SHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and

WATER COMPANY.

----


A Savings Account


for Your Child makes an appropriate


CHRISTMAS PRESENT


Accounts may be started with deposits of S1.OO


upwards.


and


We pay interest at the rate ol Four per cent.


per annum compounded quarterly.


Merchants Bank


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1W1Y i~Ws


EXCELLENT PRESENTS
EX PUS
for yor m their, wife or daujster are
GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, NECKWEAR, HOSIERY,
SHOES. WAISTS. COATS, SKIRTS, SUITS, SWEATERS
and a large variety of other things which we wil
* take pleasure in sugestian if you come to The
* Big Stcre to do your Christmas shopping.

* THE PECK-HENDRiCKS CO.
"""sleven O2O5RosesoeoRoseanonesolon l *nlo@ ion *ma
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3 DO IT NOW

SDon't wait until too late to put
I in your order for your Xmas
0
Turkeys and Chickens. Tele- u
0 0
phone your order to Shep-
Spard's; he will give you lust0
What you want.
U
Sheppard's Grocery0
S'Phone 119, Daytona:
*o*omomo****mmoUomomomomo


will soon be here.


Don't wait 'till the last day


BARNES
2THE NOVELTY MAN
Phorou :tph-. !-i-w: n .: Makhino-s. a
o -LI T~:- Toy- .an'd 0
Is BARNES0
0 0
*rl Fl ~:r P:t-irp. fix 0
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BARNES
*THE NOVELTY MAN
Mem soemmUesMnmnlI


but buy to-morrow at


SThe Chas. E. Gardin
mmI** U.U@U@USU.U@USos* ..u@900MON mU.


Seats


oa3 Sa~e


at Hankins


Drug Store.


TH-E '-'AA'-rwFz


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MOTION


PICTURES


PROGRAM


Tom Thumb
Fuli Reel Han ,aae
Sirens Necklace


The Unspoken Good-bye

Don't fail to see the La Celles
if you need a gc',d ?a',,h


10 cents


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Get


[or Him.......


Let us help you solve the
him for Christmas. A i
either father or son.
Slippers. Moccasins, Suil
Umbrella, Fancy Vest, How


problem of what tb
nice Suit would
Coat Sweater is
t Case, Traveliag iI
siery Suspenders


Neckwear in Individ'.al Boxes


We Have for Ladies and Childrea


Fine Coat Sweaters from S1I0.Ct,.
Slippers, Moccasins and Hosiery


FOSTER


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CRYSTAL

THEATRE


DAYTONA


OPERA

HOUSE


Coburn's

GREATER

MINSTRELS

TO.NIGHT.

Next Attraction:


DEC. 22 23 24 25
Special Matinee Christmas


have
York


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HnAklrcrchiefs, Gloves, Fancy Hose, Silk Wa"
or anything in the

DRY GOODS LINE


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