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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 22, 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: VID00379
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Published Every Evening


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


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DAYTONA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1909


An To. Marked Down W. H. WRIGHT ... T. Tr. F ..-,ui .E.F.or.t4- RIGHT GOODS AT NEVILLE H. CLARK DR.DW
o t for the Christ- Painting ITZGERALD & OATES RIGHT PRICES OPTOMETRIST
tS-CrOit. tC Paper Hanging Attornevs and Counsellors at Law ,oi.on to Trat You Rlht. P TM RI.
P^,Decorapner .ng. i~,'i'>! F" 'il itiEs for Exnminilnmz .It s B, Your .Tv.lr,. K i ,*.
ii.. -, ; m.m,,9Decorating ,i V. ',i-,tiiL.r t.- H. ROWE & O, So.th
aK *r m UI M219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE 01`!k,.-.inj',nnd Buihldin,_. 'Phon I- H. ROWE & CO. EYES TESTED--RAMES FITTED sote


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SURRENDERED TO ESTRADA.


Sk hired Zelayans

Were Killed in Battle


at Rama.


WAHIiNGTON, Dec. 22-Zelaya's
OW &t Rama has surrendered to Es-
BI Te notification came to the
tft d4polrtment today from Captain
1le,* of the Det Moines. lie re-
jifthat Zelaya lost six hundred and
am were wounded.
A gttchment from the American
yi is establishing hospitals for

H tgn Shipley's dispatch say.-:
wraImbry Zelaya's forces were coin,-
sbly routed after several hours (of
1t fighting General Gonzales Cas-
1 with 1400 men were captured wuit
b tlld pieces, 1500 rifles and a mi!-
gn rounds of ammunition. Th-
&led are being brought to Blue-
IiM. Hospital facilities are very
uft aevte. I have established hos-
uII1s on shore, employing surgeons
IBr the Tacoma and D-s Moines.
Wft foudrieen assistants and a con-
gemLry crew. No force has been
5t as it supposed all will
I6 quiet .It i ( et ti-niated that thl
iftayan losses, killed, wouinddd ai.d
%t- will rva(ch ;fl';" ,n(en."
A ccord uing to (';iit ; ,; i: ipl,:. 1y. "
6's army fcltl;an ;i o'rg'-a;i:izd it-

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LONG ISLANDER HAS SUCCESS.
Ernest Kreitzberg, vitlh LAi- guide,
John Bennett, wert. out a": T SaT-
urday and succeeded in br;nri:in d,,vn
another fine buck. I' ,:.< T r. y
got a wild turkey, s,-vural i'i,:, a f,-x-
tail squirrel ain -i .- .. ( .' :
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You'll settle every single perplexing Christmas
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SEW SMTRNA is situated fifteen I
mile south of Daytona and is an
inil spot reached from Daytona by
a hwd surface road winding through
am ot the most pi%.trtaique parts of
Florida.
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 o" 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 oi by-
gone centuries, New Smyr;a is trul
a place of romance and rest.
SAll nature here is very inviting to
the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Hcrc
too is to be found the best t.hi no aud
hunting in the State of Florida.
The people are thrifty, the bu,.i-
ness men enterprising, and all unite
in extending tLc welcome hand of
hospitality to strangers. There arc
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 arc any number of pretty
homes for the permanent population
which numbers clo-e to 2.000. aud
some very fine winter residence'.c
There are good hotels and boarding
houses where you can find accomo-
dations to meet your requirements.
Adjoining New Smyrna i- as t;ne a
section of vegetable laud a cAii bc
found anywhere. Tlis laid L:a,.
been divided into small :arms whii,:i
can Le bought at reasonable pr.cc,
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 Wiu-
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 ad a quarter mile
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 fiats by the
margin of the forest, is this place of
pilgrimage for the pious; this ren-
dezvous for the picnicker. The rui',.
are extensive, and while there Is i.,
authentic history of their origin. :
is presumed that the Mi i A'-, ,..,
Built by the Francisc:.ns 11.1 t.l d.J.-
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is situated 23 miles southwest of
Daytona and is reached from the lat-
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road recently constructed.
At DeLand is located the John B.
Stetson University, one of the lead-
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Smatters educational DeLand is kno .
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Now OpenM for Season 1909-10.


LA M WAITE Owner, and Manager.


Cuisine and Service Excellent


Rooms Emsuite.
COUv"pne'-ct


Steam Heat


Broad Piazzas on all


Every Modern


Send for Booklet.


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,THE RIDGEWOODI


E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor.


NOW OPEN


qrputments will be managed by white Northern help,
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,6d throughout the house.


The table will be supplied


,Ml the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the
lowCbefs, and Waitresses obtainable.
~er address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y.


THE PRINCE GEORGE


Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors
DAYTONA, FLORIDA


Enlarged and Improved Since Last Season.


Lanre and Beautiful Grounds---Located on River Front


Same Management as THE BRISTOL. Asbury Park. N. J


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THE PINES
Sh*Wd on the highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
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ta le appointments.


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NEW SEASIDE IN]
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
Everything Modern, Homelike and Conirf'rtac
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Specialties


of


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Conrad


Grocery


Company


ARMOUR'S


Star Hams and Bacon


Simon Pure Lard in Pails


Our Daily Market
Quotations.
Armour Star Ham ........ .Ilb. 20c
Ferris' Baco- .. ............ 55c
A-rrojr's Siron Pure Lard in
Pal:s, 3 lbs. 65c.: 5 Ibs. $1.00
10 'bs. $2.00
Pride Oleo. ,-cls 3.......... 30c
N. Y. State C-ea- Cheese .... 25c


The National Biscuit C


Cakes and Crackers


EXCEL


ALL


OTHERS


Swiss Cheese ..


BRAND


Evaporated Milk


HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,
HIGHLAND, ILLINOIS


Put'up in the following sizes:


FAMILY
10c, 90c dozen
S3.50 case


TALL
lOc straight
S4.35 case


HOTEL
20c
S4.25 case


New Potatoes ... per peck ,5.6Cc
EgLish 'Wa'-,ts, -ev crop-l .-20c


Sb.. .2Cc


S20c


MixedNa t
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Teas


CAMPBELL'S SOUPS
THE BEST OBTAINABLE--TWENTY VARIEI
A Table Delicacy Always-Ready [or an Emergency
CAMPBELL CHILI SAUCE, SALAD DRESS
and MUSTARD.


ALL 10c A CAN OR


Scudder s


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TETLEY'S TEAS--


Maple


A HIGH CLASS

PRODUCT...


a. flW a


ORANGE PEKOE
INDIA and CEYLON
FORMOSA OOLONG
MIXED


Puri-Tan-Ated Brand Coffee


WELCH'S


GRAPE


JUICE


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T'&, FL: T H E 6F -%V,--


Quarter Found Packages


Contains only the finest grades of
Coffees purified by a process that
increases and retains its essential
qualities .. .......


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Has just


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of Modern Type, First-class Workmanship an


the most Moderr and


Pretty faces


of Type.


.re artists in their line and the combination


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lo' i 3Ve I K Pearu meeting with the research corn-
.Georaphical Society of Washington when be sub-
|i' 1 ti p to the north pole. The ILwnII in the group frlru
.p @tbert IL. Gorvenor. editor of the Geographic Magazine.
Sti. i deOt of the etvmat and gpeodetic smrvey: Willis I.
i t seocty; fRobert E. Peary, Henry Gainnett, chairman of
Stata Siogra-1c board, and Rear Admiral Colby M. Chester of
bweau it equtpmfIut.


TICE-TONIGHT


.irginia Milliman Co.

AT OPERA HOUSE

In the Laughing Comedy


A Race for a Million


is No


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FIRib-and the Beauty of t he City

" e Architect of the Universe ltlt i .


as


John Whitson's


Ambition

He Found a Work For Which
He Was Fitted.

By FRANK H. SWEET.

Copyright. 1909. by American Press
Association.

John Whitson gave up his ambition
at eighteen, leaving college and tak-
ing up the reins which his father had
dropped. It was not to be temporary.
be understood, but a complete renun-
ciation of all his plans-of his life as
he bad hoped to make it. There were
aix children and a rundown farm and
a mother whose waning strength
should be nourished rather than
drawn upon It was the only way.
better to sacri'e his ambition than
that they should be forced upon char-
ity. In his own plans it would be
years before lht coild educate himself
and make a lIvh:g.
So the books were lIid aside, and be
forced his energy to a study of the
farm and its possibilities. Ils father
had been content with the old meth-
ods and had fallen behind, lie must
push on into the new, not only for the
necessary livelihood, but for the grow-
ing needs of his brothers and sisters
and their education. A city was but
a few miles away, and gradually he
fertilized the ba rren fields to rcnewvLi
productiveness to such vegetal. ,s as
the markets called for.
lie was shy by nature, a scholia:r
whose world was in retirecient with
his books, but now he forced himself
upon a peddler's cart and sold vegeta-
bles and fruit from house to bouse,
bargaining for the needs at home. Ile
counted his earnings like a miser and
planned for their shrewd expenditure.
and he lost sleep in the study of con-
verting soil and sunshine and labor
into hard, necessary dollars.
But with it all the road was difficult
and sometimes almost beyond his pow-
er of endurance. Ten years and he
still wore the coat he had worn back
from college, now frayed and patched:
the mortgage on the farm remained
the same, and he still went from bouse
to house selling vegetables, not yet
able to hire a boy to do the marketing.
But. on the other hand, the brothers
and sisters were all he could have
wished. 'he oldest toy was working
his way through an agricultural col-
loge. with an a.nbition for a higher ed
ucaton beynil; the next was lii i
tochAlal sehoLoi at 'hi'ade!phia study-
ii:;- to be a civil Oingle'r. One gir; :
was ait the state to ro'rmal, a another learn i
i:'.z to be a ituir's, while the two3yoiin;. .
est were Mtill too young to havey,
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CPM to the boy he was trainig and
896t pMt of each day with is books.
It wold be three or tour years, per.
hape as umany as five or six, before be
could finish paying off the mortgage
and getting things it the condition be
wished to leave then. But iu the
meantime be would be preparing him-
self is thoroughly as possiblle for hIls
second coming of his ambition.
But as these new years flew swiftly
by, bringing him nearer and nearer
to his future, the ambition began to
separate itself somewhat from thalt
of his youth. Hle studied himself for
this work as he had for the farming
and found there weak places that
would need patching or perhaps oblit-
erating altogether. Things that were
an advantage then were no longer his,
and even the maturity that made him
stronger was in a way detrimental.
Hle did not spare his weakness nor
magnify his strength. In those days
he had dreamed of the work be would
do in the pulpit, going to it fresh and
strong, firm in his convictions and
thoroughly equipped in his studies.
Now the equipment would be scant.
the freshness gone, and, though the
convictions would remain and perhaps
the strengtb.h, the world had passed
him by, and he could not push to the
front with the new generation.
But if he could not attain to the cul-
tured eastern church and large con-
gregation of his dreams there was stiil
outside work in the far west whieh
he could do in the isolated towns and
among the camps of the miners mndi
Indians. lie would go thtre. It w,
not always the work one liked thl.t
was best. but rather tlhe work wh,.-"t
labrers were few. And in the wNsr
perhaps earnestness would 1, actp'-
ed in place of the culture to whi,'h !,'
had nul attained.
So he worked and studied il d
dreamed and counted the mrney that
was bearing him on. and at length.
when the time drew near, be began to
study tLe conditions of his b ay, as
he had tried to those of hLU mind and
faith, for the years that had bridged
the chasm of his duty had sapped his
strength, and out there on the frontier
he would need sturdy health as wel!
as sturdy faith.
One day Jane discovered that his
bed bad not been slept in the night
before, and she wondered, but said
nothing. But when the next day and
the next went by and still the bed
remained untouched her wonder be-
came iivestlgatlor, and the investiga-
tion soon brought a twinkle of com-
prehension to her keen gray eyes. The
fifth evening she listened until she
heard him tiptoeing upstairs, then fol-
lowed softly. He went directly to a
bare room in an unused portion of the
house, where she heard him raise a
window. Moving noiselessly (h)down thit.
hall. .he waited a few m1orIents wnt-
s(de the door and thon went In. li?
was lyliiiz upon the thor i:i his c(ot,'rs.
with h1is healdt nea:r t1e) open window.
A t1Cr ot moon light w.is ,:re;i;;i: ii.
Janie (Tosse'd (^ '. I*! '' hs *?!4,


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The Ser


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Electric


Current


will continue

every week

day uMntil

April -first

and longer


is


if hitsioeit,


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 $1.00 and


upwards.


per annum compounded quarterly.


Merchants Bank


Br-anch zA kis, Cun~y Bankd


McBRIDE. President
CONRAD, Vice-Prese;:at
CONRAD, C-sh:er


Daytona, Florida


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NEW STOCK OF
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TN and Cook Stoves"

The most satisfactory Oil Stoves on the market
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BINGHAM & MALEY CO.

FURNITURE---UNDERTAKING.
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PS
Christmas-tree Lamp

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BCEEJ T PRESE

for our" mother, wife or daughter are
SANDKERChiLuFS. NECKWEAR,!
WAISTS, COATS. SKIRTS. SUITS, S
aud a large variety of other things which w4
tabe pleasure in esti if yon come tc
Bit Store to do your Christmas shopping.

THE PECK-HENDRICKS CC
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2 Fruit.
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THE WEATHER.


Mr. and iMrs. J. F. Silver tin, who


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LOW TIDES ON T F.E BE
9:35 today: 10:30 tomo:-r,


CRYSTAL

THEATRE


MOTION PICTURES


PROGRAM


Alpine Echo or Melody
Swiss Music Box
Full Re-I


o[ a


A Child's Prayer
Amateur Detective

Matinee Saturday
10 cents

ILLLSTRATED SO".'G


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DAYTONA


OPERA

HOUSE


TONIGHT


Virginia Milliman
COMPANY

I\--A RA F fOR A MILLION


V~A NT [


Comedies TliL.. FRI. and SAT.,

Special! ltinee Christmas


Seats


on Sale at


Hankins'


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either father


or son.


of what to get
would please


Coat Sweater is nice;


Slippers, Moccasins, Suit Case, Traveling Ba4,


Umbrella, Fancy Vest, Hosiery.
Neckwear in Individual Boxes.


We Have for Ladies and Children


Fine Coat Sweaters from 310.09
Slippers, Moccasins and Hosiery.



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COUNT TA X COLLECTOR


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