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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 23, 1909
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00380
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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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r DAYTONA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1909


15 Cents per Week


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NEVILLE H. CLARK
OPTOMETRIST.


EYES Ih.SfI-.--FRAMES FITTED


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SC. W. GRAMLING DIED AT
JACKSONVILLE, SATURDAY
A letter from Mrs. C. W. Gramling
W IU O I to Mrs. M. J. Davis, of Kingston, son-
^ __ eyed the sad Intellignece of the
6-r -EEpT PA- death of Mr. Gramling at Jacksonville
~UfT STREET PA- last Saturday, the interment being
AVD VE FINE EXHIBI- made at that place the following daa
Mr .and Mrs. Gramling for some.
| OT MORNING AND years conducted the Gramling Ba ry
Sin this city and have many trm
[friends here. They removed fro this
SGgmat London Shows gavel place to Key WVest, but have been in
,.Amla-na in this citv Wed- I Jacksonville for the )past y-ar (,or


V.
a w was well attended in the
own and. notwithstanding the
MM So night was unusually cold
M -ctim. the evening perform-
n-Atm more largely attended.
i mamtlve parade of the fore-
ha helped to awaken interest
ft emafidence in the ability of
O to deliver the goods, which
E4pftaly did at both perform-


more.


*Phone ".S will call for your cleai-
ing and pressing 0. S. Burnett. tf


FRANK B.


We've a Splendid Array

Of Useful dXmas Gifts

Ready f* Your Choosin4


You're having a hard time deciding just what to give, aren't
you? Well, sir, there's a mighty easy way out of that difficulty,
that way lies through the Gruber-Morris store.
You'll settle every single perplexing Christmas gift question
easily ard satisfactorily. Won't you come?


I Gruber-Morris Hardware Company


KELLOGG, NEMESIS OF


SOON


TO SPRIfNG


TRUSTS.


A SENSATIONAL


Sul


'torming elephants and Uth-
anmnals are exceptionally
e riding and trapese per-
were above the average,
acrobatic and tight wire
SAimply immense. The lit-
mblers and contortionists
a easing feature and there
*1111 Sb funny acts besides
Wi kWbad of clowns. The show
SAeonducted and orderly. They
n ihbItions at St. Augustine to-
w aW at Jacksonville Friday and
rfy. which closes their road
ofu tor the season. They will make
Nodftville headquarters for the win-
er.


IIHI FK M ULPLAY

SN. ItKRICk COOK.

DAYS THE RECORDS PASSED UP
OH BY COPENHAGEN UNIVERS-
MV WERE NOT THE ONES IN-


ANOTHER TRACT 0f LAND


IS TO BE EXPLOITED.


St. PAUL, MINN., PARTIES HAVE
PURCHASED 240.000 ACRES OF
LAND IN THE KISSIMMEE VAL-
LEY.
A lar e t:'- t ;,'.1'- ft : Kl is.>Ii.::I
Vall vy has1t i),''in l ,;;'li. c..ld by p iarti,:
, (f St. P'au:l, ; i, : ; i i d
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t I I I I t I I K* aS
V a I 'I t froII> k la.!.al t I *>

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I i Itrzi (4for 5111)1.'. and1platting
*thIlis large tel'rrtorv aI v,\\ill pult stir-
N'aeying parties' in Ow fie-ld thI e f aIrSt
(Of OX t liiointlh
TI i i s i s an ot li' riri d I(ti( 'U(atthe
intel est ill this State that is awaak-
thiing ailiolig jilvostors, and capitall-
i st s of the fiort 11. There a i-4 st Il
t thousands of acres iof land in Fhorida I
which under vr e anaicit;. ill
prov el~ flfe t 'I I iXe11 :i id(
proXvide go~od honit- for 1!rI .z









T H E L ALCH: ,11


ADf IMAN MILLS EXPLAINS


THE DEPLETED TREASURY.


SAYS THE CITY WAS "BUSTED"
WHEN THE PRESENT ADMINIS-
TRATION TOOK THE OARS.
,dlit,', I' aily N'.vs:- I V \icw of re-
marks and t h., ,.,,ral attitude of
of cit'i.nds aid tX I:iy.':'s cf ouir city
rto :'ard tl'. ('ty ('' i'K a one Ot
that 1',,] I tv, ;s ti.d:,u in de-
ir, -,. ,:' :.; i~l 1 ,',1 : i;..;tt, rs as they
a;',' 1w ,'lal, I,, I ,la ,' t1 .f, r,, tL,' pub-
lir in tihe pr(,;' l:, hr. At tl O com-
llQlle I(.'('llslt 1ofI lh pr'.-'it tt'rli O
office last '!)rt;':' I ., :v-oiing
('oiunicil faced a d i)l ta,':t.-'iry and
an ili> ttIbtcdq: ,. ii .,,(,,'. Tho
in' lih-ablus,'d o( c,;;,:; ,i ."\ 1' ul just
lt.-n d feat',ti, i'. 1 :' o,;i t a ser-
Ioll.s h' >s tto !ix .. i' .. w ater-
works xve-,, al,'n! t ir.- i.stralled.
which is a rat. xt.- i,, tl city
at pr'sfilt ais t i, ::,' i- fir frorn
It ,ing .tlI'-.ii-ra iili ;-' :i.'. t.!r i: sta l-
lation o(f thei< svst,,l i, l i, ;i izreat
d'.:l to (to \w tIi I.uttr.'-: To ,. streets
inl the condition 1 ;1 ", i ', t ty now
ar'.


4 Iorir)i~:i s


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MW YORK. Dec. 23-William Cook


gave out an interim, jw


be believed some


harm


A m to his brother, Dr. ('ook.
Softdm that the records passed up-
0 OW the University of Copenhagen
WM Ot the records intended to b<
PBMted. "My brother is strangely
ta and I fear some foul play,'


,a n US KEN


MSIVERED AT LAST.


~V .i~NU a:


Washington is stirred over rumors that at least one sensational trust exposure is being prepared by th,. 1,
meant's legal department. Frank B. Kellogg, the Minnesotan who fought the Standard Oil company to a -,:; N-
is at the capital and has leen working steadily for several wevks preparing an action that the % rival the fight galtnst the -11 trust. It is known that their sugar trist and the telephone and teh;r:i. ., :-
under conslderiatti,: 1:. tih 'o. t *trnt'7 :,.:' ra.:l'. i'oe, Iout tl;:-se who profess t, know will not K ellogg is engn-: (e i "' .... ... <,r i;x stL ti."I: s,,ii. ,t*.le S--.a:itlc co n:ntr.lal organlzatl, v. ix
ginning proce'ed.:-- ia',. I-.>:-.l,!C! V< &Nii-ed )y Mr. Kv *-:.L i:- his anti-trust fz.hts prompts 1I, f: :,
f.,rward a : r l':'it,-i S'::.- ,riator :,->i c.. Si :t r tClapp of Minnesota, whli'-c '. :-.


THROUGH PARIS


THIS


MORNING ON HIS WAY TO EEL-
GlU.
GIUM.


THE C 02-;C P. --4N C E


R1 -1()0RA NW0


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PALMS, Dec,


lO explorer. p.1:-..: I;
Iy for Ostend. i;..:. .: :: -
I geer&ly al c ,i.e-p ;' ,
Dook ws acco,. >.
i came from Ni .. ,.


W. IL WRIGHT...
Painting
Paper Hanging
Decorating
219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE


T. E. Fitzgerald E. F. Oates
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Special Facilities for Examining
and Perfecting Land Titles
Office In Conrad Building. 'Phone 128


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
Disposition to Trent You Right.
Let Us Be Your Jewelers.
L. H. ROWE & CO.


DR. C. DeW. AKE
;,; Dentist
Office IHour,-4H:;I1 to 4:30
Office, South Beach Street, Oppo-
site City Hall.


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CLOTHING '

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SMACS BREAD:
THE REAL STUFF

MAC'S CAFE
THE REAL THING

numn m reemorm morn reueo morn


STOMOKA RIVER and
NEW SMYRNA
on Steamers
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BARBER
Higi Class m inEvery
PartiCa r.
Sctgd Beach Street


By L. C. DEMAREE. M WqvW
('e ~ -a~t.,a~Cr~L~ ~r j JOHN M. SHEELEY i
~-:~ :ar~~~ ra~i. Nr~A S~e..iaty of

;~'k': a:~ :J s- ~'~rders it" Be Leht at Rowes'
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-'-.a-;:~2 .-..:'- .Ycj Can get your tires Ft'~u~
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Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G.


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C EABREEZE and DAYTON4
SO^MANNl BEACHL two enterprising
"V C towns on the yM
~ffl SMBT !ax Pm suk. are eotraphically ,
INYFSTIE~~I pree-." tonso
D Ii Lodh incorporated ascy-ft
mlnicipatics. The towns p
1._* :, the pcainsnIa north and south 1 l
L 'A Waggofer distance of from three and o=-r
M.L.%agnr 1sac
.-.. to :..r miles. and extend east
Desi:rable Eu;ldin, wet rom the surtin seas of th
Lots on all streets Atlanti.c Ocean to the Halifax Rivet
:n town. also r.ver e beautiful tide-water stream thb
ad oea" ses .ss th m apart front Daytona wia
.... ,-,,- ..-'- which they have close cmanMm
k- -iALF- Z_; means of three bridgea, as well
a half-hour ferry service.
Seabreeze and Daytoaa Beach a
essentially snmmier and winter 1r.
sors and are making hundreds of
new t'.neds every year a=on thb-
w-c desire tc escape the discomjOrt-
:n ex recis c: heat and cold.
:herr hotels and bc Naxag hou"
ars -z,' rece:v;g:n s;eCzd.d patron-
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Coquia clam. are about;
cn~-hl: ich ln azd~-- hn
For ages Nat'1-e LaS seen r-Olling'
:hern_ up. washing them !!a:k rn=o the
su7: and pulve-..zn.zg mExamined
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6939OW York


Laad Surveyed
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MY SPsGlty-
The klewinn
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9"\ WA& Iso st I Pted fifteen!
ow&of mo ad is an
I* MW fudod On= Daytona by
*a e md mWiadiag through
ao an =at dur--mque parts of

Wi& tts amdaMt rus dating back
to a tims when the history of man
ru@ ot, iateIlaced with wires of
the 1 41n tekgrwph and toleph*o"n
its iniles of shell streets as hard and
Booth as a floor and over-arched by
hoary forest giants that grew in state-
ly grandeur during the lapse of by.
gone centuries, New Smyrna is truly
a place of romance and rest
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 *rifty, 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, and
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 tiuc a
section of vegetable land as can be
found anywhere. This land hlias
been divided into small arms whnch
Scan be bought at reasonable price<+
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 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 fiats by the
margin of the forest, is this place of
pilgrimage (or the pious; this ren-
dezvous for the picnicker. The ruins
are extensive, and while there is no
authentic history of their origin, it
is i,,'u-,A. 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
of coquina, the roof being of the
same material, cut into thin slab.s
and covered with cement plaster.
Extensive gardens surrounded it.
which were enclosed by a StOL,.L
wall, portions of which still rc:m..::
Visitors usually conc in par::c.
merry and curious but the spell c:
the place soon falls upon them andi
they separate to sit alouc, slcut a::4.1
meditative, under the archc> or bc-
side the ancient well.


CORONADO
Is situated on the peninsula orppositl
New Smyrna and is connected by 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 content with rod
and reel in row or sail boat or in the
ocan surf a short half-mule away.
The great varieties of fish inhabiting


New Smyrna
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ANYTHING
If for
the Good
of NEW
SMYRNA-
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PORE ORANGE


CObMPA NY

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Po~rt Oraiiwe.


PAT TILLO & COG
General
Merchandi-se
I--SH hI NO T XC kL E

Port Orauge, Fla.


ORMOND-ON-THE-HALIFAX


THE'

OCEAN DOUSE
SF. W. SAMS
PROPRIETOR

Rates:
$3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
Excellent Hunting
and Fishing
NEW MYRNA
FlIORIDA


HOTEL

TURNBULL
NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
Dinn-ers for Motor-
In: Parti,. a
sp.-calnty
Rates: $2.00 per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES
P ,) !tFK TuR-.


MA. A.
GALBREAID


High Gracid

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BELL'S
Whilc at
New Smyrna
LUNCH
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BELL'S


L. C. CHISHOLM
Tonsorial Parlor
()!,d.t-!t stud in town
NF-W MTYRNA. FLA.
Moleg and Warts
R-imov.-d Without
Pauin
KANTTAKY BATHS

PURE

ICE CREAN
Confections
Cold Drinks

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Drop a line to me at
ORMOND


Fin JuA* going to
Ait hoer and fish tind
winter. Thvro iar.
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ORMOND is five miles north of
Daytona, located on the western
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 Ormond Beach.
Many fine residences are main-!
tained on either side of the river,
most of them embellished with sub-'
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees.
The tN.n:i is very co,;smopolitan,
!ias an cxcelc:,t graded s,-oo)l, srv-
Cr Il c!'n'rchc-, a ?-ie uhi c l'hrar-v,
uip-to-date places ot h nciC-es and
c-w.r.,lks : lc aad C.tiI.-.'t.cit ;ctcl-1


At,":. :, t ch I Icaed tle
l'n) CH,1tcl On ho'I udisICS
0st 1 i-. .. I TI .r J.
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. 'r a. pos-t;i,. :-'. ,d ,i i ti ,
C :'' ** .. ,";^ ; ; ,,.l .: !'o .ltll; .
salubrious climate a:ld pleasant
walks and drives.
At Ormnond Beach is located tlhc
Lar2e Hotel Orrmond, and its lesser
sister. IBretton Inu. The former oc-
cupiCs a position overlooks ug the
H13lvtvi River, while the latter hlas as
its outloo,,k the magnLificent beach and
the! l-road Atlantic.
':0 '.%.j,,:;s in all di.'<,;'ti, ::s a' s
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CALL ON
OR WRITE TO

MACON

THORNTON
ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
I NT tREITKID1)
IN I'{''l FI{TY IN
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PORT ORANGE is a pretty little
village situated live miles south cf
Daytona on the Daytona-New Smnyr:,a
hard-snrface roa.d, the scc:iic hiihway
of the East C, : t. Tc to AT s 1
,tcd on thie Jt.h!'fa River. c':- r
'A ,;ich spa:n- a i-: !.e from t,;c tL'A.
+ 'o the p'cm'ric.u!.i opposite. 1
TheC to I,:l v ,...I1 l:il, 0". t al.l 1;.i
"-.n:,y- 'r ctt't .'. /"'.c- o',':r;J a:id o -'c..-
CJ,- l v r c ,!I : :+ i r :, eo t. ': .'
It I.. -,cvc-.il c.:1 ; C4 :cC.e f tIe
-t i,:-..d, d 'O 'S Il V ol:1'. i
4.-4ut1y, tv ,. 3 c::cral stores, a re.l
cstatc agency a.-:d two or three hotel,;.
A large nu:,e-cr of tourists and
winter rcsidc::ts make Port Oran.'lc
winter headquarters, one of the sev-
oral attractions being the excellent
-iing. Port Orange is in th4e oranu,ec
belt and a numnier of very fIue ci::' u
groves are nearby, where orange-
t.angecrine.s and grapc-fruit haun il
.* ~ ~~~~ ~ t* p .. .. l i -^ I t. fy-..-'; ,.


Port Orir n

OYST[R t.AL


I


L DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA


I


SWmLDRID LODGE


4" .\
A First Class Mod-
c-,ri Housc; Room,
S!i'.c or En Suite:
-^ ith cr without .
Private Bath. Scr-
vice and Cui-inec
Uicxcclld .. ..
A. M. WATSON
Propr.


COOK 'S 6f


VOLUSlA

COUNTY

BANK
DELAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
President
J. B. 'I)NRADI)
Vict- Prsidt nt
S. A. WOODI
( H-hi.r


G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drugs, Statio;icry,
Huylcr's Candies,
Kodak,. Ci or';
I' I..A N '. Fl. \.


J P[RKINS


A '', :-;',: .V.:, .


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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 faculty of
50 professors and instructors. There
are over $400,000 in buildings and
Sequipment; nearly $300,000 cndo.w-
meuit: a Carncgi: Library alone rc-p-
resenting anil investment i.1 bainldiir.
endowment and books. of i, irc w t.h.
$120,000. The library is t':e United
States Government depository for the
State ot Florida, and c,a.it.ns over
S15,000 volumes. Sciec:Ce I.ill, onec
S "I the newest of 16 0 ui1 l n;i'i '.th
i; tlurnishin ,-. reprc A,-t- ;i outli,t
1o' $60.000. Elitzabetli ,ill i ocne o.
the ;:;o-4t beautiful ccll> ,.;: x'*sild.:w _-
i:1 thl, Soutlh.
3 50 ity h s a WiO a.t? i,: '. .,.:4 .
3,500, A itli .i t!ichly" -,>-f';, ,: : ,;;',-


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STETSON

UNIVERSITY
DULAND. FLA.
Four Colleges and 5
Technical Schoola.
Equipment cost-
ing no arlyv WKfOW.
Endowtenit S*%).4O).
Faculty of l Pro-
fss.ors nd In-
structorN. t hri.tlan,
lbut non-S titrtan
T'"rt'bhing.
For Inforiat Iton,
Lincoln Hnlley,
P 1.L.. 1 L t. 1'.
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Pr,.-i

BON[1)
LUMBER
COMPA~ NY
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I fieprct Ir t It t>4-
Nin1*4'C L? .~, r' I L.... C-~V1'

odIs t s ( N r:lexuanad S-outhieru), P-tr
bytarians, Christian-; and C,01101111
be-side~s colored Bapti ~t-i
dvsts* ara represented.
The -rxded ;klchoolI'c ,-Cr-. a
Y.:a-rs' course, aud theha ,chd
I t OC:C U I jICS Ii ii k;6'V t Urri I hiCA



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RIZY*S








ThIM AVT


NA~9


NEWS


Se s-Dyea, SteaCs and

Cadillac


MOTOR CARS|


9009909


The Atlatli Motor Car Company
42 and 43 Rech Street


GILLE'S


Cut Rate Drug Store.


Eveybody cal, and reap the
benefit. I personally put up all
prescriptions so you are sure of

lawfd amd correct work by a


.1 GILLE'S DRUG STORE.


a. I
: IN THIS SPACE....
0
0
0 The Daytona
a 0
0
0 Auto Transit

0 wu
a Company....
0
Will have something

interesting to say.
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FOR


ScybFadi fivdtucr~g
Icqiwr ford Iindd EsiS
I &M f CIWCU
#tWCyh -prCirm Arcu


SALE "

RUNA

!~cyh 25 L~ P. r


ALL AT BARGAIN PRICES]


Central Auto Gan


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Sabreezfe





SEABREEZE, Dec. 23-Bishop 0.
P. Fitzgerald and wife, of Nashville,
Tens., who regularly spend their win-
tes at Seabreeze, will arrive Tues-
4aj of next week, to spend the win-
ltr with MrsD. C. Rankin. at the
Mayfield.
* "Clark ;. ,.', :.-..v, ,. :\- and .hre-:
childrc-n, : <.;- ,, arr:v-d today
and w.I .. .:.' 7. ;' a


city.
M *.* K 1
S aturnd.' -; : ] ".., .1 :. v ':.
.Mrs 'A ak. .. ..' :.- : :~.* -
and fi:;.x.;. : :. *.. .:.


t,ein : *
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at .-

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ing t., .. -

h a' -. -..:-. ,. .
fo r, .' .'* .. ..
fo r .: *; '.* .* .
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A lso f *.'. .. .: .. :. ... .
Bag^ tT, a:.d : : \,. -" '
tor \%V. F. BlakLa : L: K.... .-.
T h is t.k,: ,\ .. :,,-:. :;.,.k ,- ,: .:'% ,*
& o ;.i. L ,': .;;p:7 '.; *. t -' :. a .,*:** ^
the raian I-Tre, t -l lLT -N::;1i1'iia.
Mr. and Mrb. Frank Goods-peed a rd
Children, of Wilton, M'., through tho'
ency of" W.A. A.man, haxe leased
and are now occupying the Alien.
bome on Valley street. Mr. and Mrs.r
Allen will spend the w inter i: the
Origs cottage adjoining.
Plans of organization have been
formed by certain property holders. on
the peninsula for a stock company:
to open a modf-rn d- part"-itlit stor",
It is planned t,, ,. t a ju:ldig; (,,a
Seabreeze avenu,-; to capitalz'-, at
$20,00 and s-ll shares at $V,."
J. A. Coburn left yesterday fr St.
Augustine and Jacksonvill-,. t-. ,-
burn, anid daug.hte-r. lI.,'- a **. *- ".
spend Chr ..t.n.as day *^ .th '-"Ir. (
burn at t he Arai: ,.-at k .:.'...II-, ;-
they a. La '. : f: .. *. .1- ;,a -t i
H. L. \VvtLrbv ; t:u *
blackboard- at t..- d.-.,.,I }........ ,r -
ing the' ; 1Tt
in first h < .,, .. .. .
open.- fr I, :, '. :...
C. f -. .
,bpe nd;:. :.. ". "- I "i .. t


I-saena, o-
Et~ly TI.

Mrs. ....
.NMr.;:i


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Work ..


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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Published every evening, except Sun-
day. from Lecember 1 to April 1, by
THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO.
T. E. FITZGERALD. EdUor-Manng'.r.
C. 8. HARRIS. ('ltv Editor.
G*-o. F. CROUCH, Suplrinendent.
Entered as s'cond-class matto-r r---
c-mltwr 1. HOW. at the post otflc.- ut
Daytona. Florida, under tbh- Act of
March 2. 1 7.




Heard toAHeart


'Talks*
By EDWLN A. .'YE.


THE~



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r.. t] : ." ; : :'*. :, "-:-** : ; .' .: i f ..-,*
W8- de-adl.
The way if tL v vr.l
William Keftcr-I bec9rae tiret-d ',f
that false lIfe and yearned to rt-turn
to my own fa-illy. I could stand it .
longer.
The way of the wr'.d.
Mrs. W inin Keefer-I know mv
husband would not have elorped had It
not been for Mrs. Dietz. She was thL
one to blamI-e. I a.-m Joyed that ;v.y
husband Ls back. I know he will :v.
er leave agahi.
The way ,f the w.'rld.
Let the x."":man rufter. ,She ,.ai ,.
one to Lb.r'e." Forgive the r:;
When he t,'-o:nes tired (,f the f:aiAe
life and ,.:trins to return tV-) his family
forgive V:ia, c',l, himr. believe Lis
Iri-tcst--ati..s. trust I.Ls pron misc fo-r
the future. But the w,:n;wan?
It is th, :. ,f t'.- world to-
Turn ,h'.. c, h u:d(-dr t," hr t1e-
:causce s!;- l.:s "rul::N lihrself." The
mnan wh,- lur(-d her-he has n',t rui',-I
LIs A'f. ... a'; It was c v, ain In-
llsczretin <'a hs ipart! B'2t (.:A*m* i:,;s-
take Ls s,.i ..-. t f, r her.
Ii
I: i. th,. way ,f th, w,,r;(
Th':re L1 :., f *rg-'i.^-ness fi.r ti'. vi I-
L.an ev,.n t!. ,':! he--r rcicnt.a'c.* is I
:he w:.y (f :. ,,:.v a.,] litter tears. S'e
,a5 C c:T~:i;:;" the ua:.iar-lI niAtle sKn.
' -t h,-.r _,u S id' the, t ai.'. I.Et th, ,:' ,
t, '.] ';t :! ;:.k. !!,t WO rI'n w ;.-r .
:car ,-.t l, 'i.r. :'.o har, m ;';i..1 t..-
el-f."
It ij v-.y ,f t!.. r w .r .


. ~' ra~e Cer-tain of It.



. At! r s, t fn'K .. ~1'


Dr. Thomas Jonnesco.


Famous European Surgeon, Here
Teach Our Doctors.


DAYTONA BEACH, Dec. 23--The M
E. church will have an old fashion
Christmas entertainment Friday -.. -


ing, with C hr .S t ma t arr


&IS.
~nd


4.


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WAY OF THE WORLD.
'.. .r, a.LI n sad st',-_,
S: :' K of the w-.r .
...... .. '., L,,, r b,-.I.d"
* *'" :!: i, K ,-tf r *f
: ,.l a fa;.... .y.
; v ".V x-t'K:;. l\'( -


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A perfect and most
jand



GULF R

1j DAYTONA S
IAGENC


SS ENGINE NAI

t economical fuel for Autonmft
Stationery Gasoline Enriwe&5
or sale at all prlecipe pokats.

'EFINING COMF



B. Green, Agent
'Phone No. 70 or 26.


jCONRAD-OATES REALTY

AND INSURANCE COMPANi


INSURANCE FLORIDA ai
I FIRE, BURGLARY,
TORNADO, ACCIDENT, -
LIAEIUTY, AUTOMOBILE MIN
Sand MARINE


SDAYTONA, F


Sc p..r V c ihe


J STANLEY ESTATE

FOtI,
CENTER OF DAYTGOA
.. .- : RIVER FRONT
-, -"" 110x535-SUBDIVIDES INTO
BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS
ms. GOOD INVESTMENTS
c'u. .- "r:. '*

,i : Jas. S. Stanley, or NORMAN S. DAYTON

SOSO mem So'Esm -- e oOse
ielelelelelel B^l Belel__l____l_~


NOTICE---TONIGHT


Virginia Milliman Co.

AT OPERA HOUSE

I aIIe Lfora %uh In 1 C e

A Race for a Million


PIK)IO)llRTy


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REAL ESTAI
BARGAIN




Two Cottages p7iY d
-' '-.: Swa m'
-'~ifeyaw,



FOR SALE FR RENT-8&00



R SALE.
of Palmol


REALTY, r
COMPANY l


E'YI~i~ JTOM,


4C E W
1 STATE


U Y


Doings
at Daytona
]Beach


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LAND


M- p-. or" Saa 1909-10.


L N.WATE -Owaw, and Manager.
~~ ~ ma"Uarvi Kinls B road Piumas on all
gMk& Fein wftLSam Beat Every Modern
=4 iniein $=a for "lon-Iret

~~A44mi: ROOMTIC 0U amganmett Pier, Rhode Islana.


E. D. LAHGWORTHY, Piop, ietor.


NOW OPEN
Jl dseta> will be maagsd by white Northern help,
aedlb from some of the finest hotels in the North, and white
SM throughout the house. The table will be supplied
f #M tthe delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the
t* Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable.
3mK ~ddress: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y.


THE PRINCE


Hilyard & Holroyd, P
DAYTONA, FLO


Enlarged and Improved Sit


large and Beautiful Grounds---L
Same Management as THE BRISTC


I------------

GEORGE
)roprietors
RIDA
rj



ice Last Season.
located on River Front
)L, Asbury Park. N. J.


Viri~n*.a


millirimam1


who appears at ie:p- cc


?c, Kht.


NEWS ABOUT ORMOND AND T-).ND
RESIDENTS AND SOJOURNERS
TOLD IN INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS.


II;LI'1V ~:1i~ ~:t ..- X}P&T~-. a lrlefld,
( I .


21r. and 7Ir-~. I.e. 21. PLW.Ie-UII, 01
I~.)sVjIb.. Ill., al'ri\ U l~-.t ~'. ~ and
.~ t.tli. ii jI~-St>>i'I~ cf tL \Vt'ath-

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AT OPERA HOUSE


TONIGHT


OF THE


Virginia


Milliman Co.


Management, G[O. W. BHERB[RT.


Presenting--A RACE FOR A MILLION


Fri.--The Girl from Chili


Sat.


Matinee--The Elopement


Saturday night--Confusion


Special! Matinee Christmas D)ay


TI)c


9;
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-50


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THE PINES
S-ted on the highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
i toms. Accomodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
-, electric lights, furnace heat, private bath. New and
Oapp fmnts- MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.
------------------------------------


NEW SEASIDE INN |
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
Everything Modern, Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on
Athatic Beach. Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up
HORACE F. STEWART
DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA.


'THE IVY LANE INN"
A HIiH (Gradl lo n r:o '* 1 ,". .' "
O n- >o<-.k 1o :t ,r~ ri T .-. ; :at l.n w ,,,.-*:, :'!-",, :' ..
and all husiF, ;,.- $.. n:. : ,. "S: .: ---' .'
Op:en Novcn-.bcr t Ma% I
Win. W. FOLTZ. PrricteCr.


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Miss Sarah C(iurpo :-*xjiwcti--d f *)'
Jacksonville thlis Nweek to spend ;a few
day's mwdh llj-100.1vr:wls.
Miss 'd, J ~sh'i1 f':
Rouinn c,(UI.
se.wh a.


of LIst N" -..kx


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The II(.)ttel r~~~iILcolis.ik,-(qwr,

, .3 ld"Vii 11T


NEWS OF THE HOTELS


hil


k :~'. '~ N. ~. 2.'
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m-,- mu


Bessie De Voe. Who H? -- Y,-,ur
* M millionaire.


THE DESPLAND.
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THE PALMETTO
Well Known and Popular. DAYTONA. FKLORIDA.
Overlookin tlhec Beautiful Halif.i ,.-',c,
A Homelike and Coni,.r-' .,, H.i' c C : -c"-
C. 0. CHAMBERLIN. Prc' w
C. -. -r- ,.-.- -CH


Ev erly One Continuous l.ugh.



Secure Seats for each Performance.
_


Says Gould Woo l Hler.


-iVi


SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGENENT


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THE DAYTON A DAILY NEWS


'S -.*T-'-


Specialties


U


of


the


Conrad


Grocery


Company


ARMOUR'S


Star Hams and Bacon


Simon Pure Lard in Pails


PET


BRAND


Evaporated Milk


HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,
HIGHLAND. ILLINOIS.


Pat'up in the following sizes:
BABY


5c, 6 for 25c


FAMILY


10c, 90c dozen
S3.50 case


TALL
10c straight
S4.35 case


HOTEL
20c
S4.25 case


Our Daily Market
Quotations.
Armour Star Ham .........lb. 20c
Ferrns' Bacon ... ............55c
Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
Pai;s, 3 Ibs. 65c.: 5 Ibs. $1.00
10 tbs. $2.00
Pride Oleo, in rcils .......... 30c
N. Y. State Crea,-n Cheese .. 25c
Swiss Cheese ..... ........ 40c
New Potatoes .. .. per peck .60c
English Wa!-uts, new crop-lIb..20c
Brazils, new crop- ... ... lb...20c
Almonds. new c-cp -. .... b. .25c


Mixed Nuts .


20C


Florida Peca-s ... .......... 20c
Shelled Almo-Zs............. .60c


Seeded Raisi-s
Currants


S.1.-c !:., 2 for 25c
3 ., 2 fr 25c


Apricots, e,.a;-z-a~ed.
Peac-'es, e,,ap:-ated
Pears. az-t .-


The National Biscuit C


Cakes and Crackers


EXCEL


ALL


OTHERS


CAMPBELL'S SOUPS
THE BEST OBTAINABLE-TWENTY VAY4
A Table Delicacy Always-Ready for an Em er-e-a
CAMPBELL CHILI SAUCE, SALAD DRESS=Ii
and MUSTARD.


ALL 10c A CAN OR BOTTLE


Scudder's


Maple


Sy


DRINK


Tetley's


Teas


,-L `- -- LA E E "

TETLEY'S TEAS--.


A HIGH CLASS

PRODUCT...


ORAN -E PEKOE
INDIA .-" CEYLON


17 0R .?SA


Fr c m Ci-i, c u. :s-


OC:,LON G


Puri-Tan-Ated Brand Coffee


Contains .2nly the finest c~rades -
Co~iee puiiied by a proce-ss ta
In~c"eaSEscs:F113rtar Aes:-
qualifies,


In Halt Pints. Pints and Quarts.


T:J.
S -


Fc-cka e s


L ,o _


S1


as


Season is Of

- El p I?


teP

ten


jI


Judged by His


SI ClV !o ,ii r


It should be up-to-date the same


as you would have your clothing up-to-date.


THE


DAILY


NEWS


JOB


PRINTING


DEPARTMENT


Has just


received over


one thousand pounds of the most Modern and Pretty


faces


of Type


This in itself is not so much but our workmen


are artists


of Modern Type, First-class Workmanship and Good Pape


in their line and the combination
r is what produce,


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Nt


fm come blow your hdrn;
+ don't It wint bbe blown.
g^ TRB ,w~rt "I flock
t!iock

V 3F amw *W&Ittknown.
Us k W Nbi cme blow your horn;

.. a p bUies capert
Amni te bw y bet way
To aMke It pay
't blw It through this paper.



.'NOTICE---TONIGHT


.Virginia Milliman Co.

AT OPERA HOUSE


In the Laughing Comedy


A Race for a Million


is Nol


I Like Da


Place


ona


As a Resort in which to spend the winter

or a part oE it. Daytona is] known the
world over as the Prettiest Resort in


Flrida-a-d the Beauty of the City
&Ie Architect of the Universe left It.


as


His Home-


coming


ow Be Found His Grandmothe
ad What Be Did For Her.

By FRANK H. SWEET.

Copyright, 1909. by American Pres
Association.


41 '*' 7-. t4* 1
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It was the hour of noon. A tall. sal-
low faced man sat on the barnyard
wall, gazing over his rocky fields with
slow, speculative eyes. He had finish-
ed his dinner and was now waiting for
the help.
Every few minutes he glanced im-
patiently toward the door of the long
back kitchen.
At last be muttered something under
his breath and slid heavily from the
wall. At the same moment he saw a
boy approaching.
"Does Mrs. Carter live here?" the
boy asked briskly as he paused in
front of the man.
"She's stayin' here just now," was
the answer. "I guess you'll find her
In the house."
The boy walked on past the barnyard
and up the clam shelled lined path to
the front door of the old farmhouse.
"Is Mrs. Carter in?" hie asked of the
little old woman who opened the door.
"Round in the kitchen, eatin' her
dinnerr" was the mumbllng answer.
"Men fol dks cat fust here. Wh l 1,e yeT'
But the INly :Ih:! d already left the
step and was ,; !is way r,, ud to the
kiltche .
The d,,,r wa:s i-'Irtyy o, .ri. ai L ht,
could st 1 a l,,u: table. arnnunmd which
were s :ttt.d a dozen or more ,1 d w-
nen and ch ildIren. lieI knocdkt It-'ntly
.and rtl-ent ed his (questitn.
A svwevt faced old wl\oiiiai i'-e .nid
came to the dotor.
"I am Mrs. Carter," she said ploneas-
antly. "What do you wish?:"
But the txboy could not answer.
lie felt all those curious eyes upon
him, and there was a lump in his
throat and a terror of wimethingh be
could not understand
"I-I wish to Pee you," he sam-
mered at length.
"Very well. Suppose we go into the
slttin rtoom. WVe can talk better
there."
lite fl',1wd htir through the long
kithehn into a t -ig square rtxnti that
was- scantily furnished. The old wOmi-
a!n itltitned hl::i to a chair bly tithe
window wh V'r thet h ie !t restdil fili
utp].sl his fact .
".\', ." slit l 'g:li, tlicn st"l'1n l, !i'.d
ia -Ta't:t" 1,'k ciifie l it h leir eyes.
"\\'hi art, yu'' -ho asked i:n a
tr'. ul! odl v i'tce. "1I t'a getting old and
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di't 7(o u OW--lavei't you bhtear&
AB the color was gone from her cheeks
now, and bar face was white and pite-
oU. "*Did you come all the way from
Mexico to find such a welcome as
this? Hfow thankful I am that your
father did not know!"
"But what Is it. grandmother? You
must tell me everything. You and I
are all there is left, and you must let
me help you. What is It about Map!e-
wood?"
"It was sold long ago. Your Uncle
Richard owed money and let the dear
old place go. It took everything.
Poor Richard!"
The boy's own face had grown color-
less now; a terrible suspicion was In
his mind.
"What place is this?" be asked fear-
fully.
"The poorhouse. Oh, Jacky, Jacky:"
But with that heartbroken cry in
his ears the boy forgot everything else
-all his hopes and expectations and
longings.
"Never mind, grandmother," he said
lovingly. "You have me, and I am
almost a man. I will soon make an-
other home for you." i
"Poor Jacky boy! You are youyg yet
and do not know how hard the world
is. And it is more for you than my-
self I care."
"I am seventeen," he answered stur-
dily as he drew his strong young fig-
ure to Its full height. "I went with
father to his work in the mountains
every day, and he said I was the
I strongest boy of niy age he ever saw.
-I shall so<-n make a nice home fr
you."
"Never mind its belin- nice, Jacky.
A hovel, or weodshed-aniythint:: ti, et
away fNtnm here. Aid it will n,,t ct
s'i much to live. You have it' Pit'a
how little we can get aloT,: w ith -wo
twt,." I'Lr teyes were shitig n,',
antid thie c,,lor wvas eoinini 1, ack i ;it.'
her hetks. "I-1 was af:!til thit I
Should have to live hero alwtN "
Ihet'n the rest of the w 'i, cli l1 c > ti
to tile in fr_,m the kitchen the two
Were standing by the wl:idovw, talkia,.
earut-tly.
Jollhn il kicked up his hat.
"I'll come and see you as often as1 I
can, grandmother." hie said ais ho
moved toward the door. "and it %wil
not be long before I have a home for
you."
As he went down the late lie kmld
not help contrasting his prospects with
those of the boy who had passed there
a short half hour before.
Ile thought of the long talks that ho
and his father had had about his fu-
ture-the studies and college life a'l
the work to bt) dono afterward
Neither of them had ever dIre;:'iel
of tihe o,.slliillty of his relatIves 1 '"
unable to )provide for him. Ati !:',''
he was lpennIile' ad his su;,',,",Je
wealthy graitlntother In the vt',rh *u-e.
liet a:li.'st f,,lt -!ad thaLt I is faTl'.'r
V'f e'ad and ('-ult. !'>t ka' ;v
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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.OO and


upwards.


We pay interest at the rate of Four percent.


per annum compounded quarterly.


Merchants Bank


A. D.
J. B.
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McBRIDE, President
CONRAD, Vice PresJc::
CONRAD, Cashier


Daytona, Florida


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LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
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Neckwear in Individual Boxes.


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