Published Every Evening Except Sunday During December. January, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.
TELEGRAPHIC EWS B TY UNITED PRESS.
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(GEOo H. CLAR
WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1909
15 Cents per Week
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NEVILLE H. CLARK
G* ift at
NEVILLE H. CLARK
EYES I -FRAMES FITTED
EYES I hllsD--FRAMES FITTED
IMETTAN BWD6E IS
TO IE OPENED TONIGHT.
"*J-" WILL RUN OPENING SAID TO BE PREMA-
AUUTINEf TURE AND ONLY A POLITICAL
Siaa JumIv yrd. a llne of NEW YORK, Dec. 24-Among the
1mn-Ctfmm St. AUgUStIl. Christmas Eve festivities in the me-
|ltl a M O point. tropolis tonight, the most notable wil!
r^^^?sm DtBeach, will be
ftf Be ach wil lb be the opening to vehicle traffic of
to an a-
u-Ine by McCoy Bro the great Manhattan bridge avt-ross
6o be known as thej the East river. In some quarters,
&Ms a will provideithe ceremonies are denouicted as p)re-
j| for visitors to the;mature, and it is allegedly that the
MML Ispan is opened at this tiev on(ly to
-m haw ha bu--l bvAttn H llt v n "U l .. .a l- l ; fi- ..1 t ..,I1 i-'
W W ^"*- ; --' ,'"' m -- ~ I-rwi, vciL an uiii<-i2iit> U01U Lilt .1(' I elif-
i or the run UP Ian administration to get their nanit-
e asA t by way of the on the brass plates. It is alleg-d that
a over sixty feet in the roadways are only iakestiiit. a (id
SE be mot comfortably unfit for real use.
-. The innovation When completed, the Manhattan
1M00 --t with succeSS as Bridge will have cost the ttaxpayliers
|jp & 4a MhtfulI outing by $25,000,000, distributed as f'1llotws
ot 08"t oPtOs. Cost of construction, $14,ow,,i,,; land
i* 1-ateda with the cost for approaches. $1,,ou, ; tel'-
S givfi tho se who winal buildings at (Canal strt.t and
M Q" OaLt a slow trip the Bowery, and on Flatbush aeuiut-
lM *A to mijoy the extension, Brooklyn. $1,<>e'.u.t.
.......a tli-ti and fishing The roadway will remain open per-
S lMde is at ranged manently after today. It will prob-
019 IB view ably be some months before the tuo
public will leave St. promenades will be ready. As to tlihe
s|ls*dock in the morning furnishing the bridge \ith a trolley
U ms^dmWys ad Fridays and elevated surface, that is a. inuk.,h
fHI- eI Oleave at the same a mystery as it has b-ee I i, pt, th.;i
P AJtine on Tuesdays, year It almost aplproach- s til. jrti.
0l0 8" AWAMlays. The steam- portions of a scandal fo(r whichh th.,
WiOMll ply between Day- Board of Estimate and thet. l' Pupllit St--
af ch, connecting with vice ('ommissin -i- t, i ti,:ai.
4Madays. Thire is eci' r<.;.' I t 'oi it t
at which the boat at 4.,.0 aiik ".., .,-
~. bzh~re people o b t A i flt 1_"
iaft i Pk. New Smiyr- l1cilit I <, ,i 1. TI- 1 t
--NIB eadhurmtL Titusville, tl at ih n ', i--. .;i. .
l hI dianola, Eau Gallitc, hurr iihg tO >aA:- ,, A -
.flJI M anId Walton. The 'hi<1h tr- a' :. ,l .
1ihIfl0 to operate excurs- ly1i i ..>.:,:.. .. .
l*ib UMRPen and other 1-oint- coai.. t,, .: ,- ,
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We've a Splendid Array
of Useful Xmac Gifts
Ready for Your Choosing
You're having a hard time deciding just what to giive, aren't
you? Well, sir, there's a mightp easy was out of that difficulty,
that way lies through the Gruber-Morris store.
You'll settle every single perplexing Christmas gift question
easily and satisfactorily. Won't you come?
Gruber-Morris Hardware Company
1A1i\)ENII, LOYALIST SLt OTEIt i
IM: AIt N E S
IN- NI C-A l(V I
MRS. TAFT A FREQUENT
VISITOR TO SHOPPING PLACES.
WHITE HOUSE THE MOST POPU-
LAR HOUSE IN THE LAND. -1
PRESENTS COMING AND GOING
WkASHI.\,;T( ;.. Li Ar *
I :111 I
WOMEN SUFRAGATES TO
MAKE FIGHT IN NEW YNIL.
HEADQUARTERS OPENED IN AL.
BANY IN ANTICIPATION OF THE
\IFLN\ 1. u 11-11 iar~rsof
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USUAL HOLIDAY RUSH
ON IN NE[W YORK*
tj.. Ii TI
hi [~t.i.' SL~i'U
~HS[ \'4 S
both (oi t:. i -
AG aid a dmience a-,
Stw decent priductioi
It O a House last uight
K |R MKlfiman Co.
4h7 pt to be produced
#0 l ^*ft of laughing con-
,I^ 01 from Chili ." This
that should not bL
de tt wiUll long be re-
I fa s sparkling clevt-r-
f t have "ot witnessed IIt
s tar giv by nb -.I
O p080Wdnould L (it ff.:i
S as it can be frarnki% -a.,u
4lnam Me never had a i.. :
I E(aye visit its -.C; ,-
1 M pleabsing resuht c- :
KMilliiau Co hat ;,.-- .
R I ir work if sin i.; 1 1:1
dm Osee mrves the d pia,.1;-i
b" tw of pure, ,VLt, -
w'ill be a spe. ;a.
on Christmas l'a.'. -
ast aed. Thi t (;:-l i:..
tPKt ctuI0 'ce Wili 1.t :,: *
fiME TO WAfi LP IF
OU ANT GOOD ROADS.
TWO MORE CONTRIBLTIONS AD
DED TO THE THOLSAND DOL-
LAR CHECK OF COMMODORE
~aIL'ijed that the I Idled St.itt.$ ~~ ~ UrI teUi>o4:
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W. H WRIGHT...
M MAGNOLIA AVENUE
T. E. Fltzierald E. F. Ontes
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
8p1-clal Fneilltles for Examining
and Ptrf.ctlnm lt iid Tltl.-
Office In Conrad Building. "Phone 1I
RIGHT GOODS AT
Disposition to Tr-at You Rializht.
Lr.t Us Be Your Jewle',.
L H. ROWE & CO.
DR. C. DeW. AKE
S)Iffnic!, If4t ;r-,--4::) to I:3)
Office, South Beach Street, Oppo-
site City Hall.
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I-T PAYS TO BUY
OF W. H. PECK
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* PRODUCERS OF THE
* PERFECTION OF
S BAKERY GOODS.
S Everythit for a
* the BABY-the MOTHER
* the COUSIN-the AUNT e
* CA" BE FOUND AT
* Woman's Art Exchange 0
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M THE REAL STUFF
0 MACS CAFE
M THE REAL THING
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S TOMOKA RIVER and
S NEW SMYRNA
UNCLE SAM sad CHEROKEE
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By L. C. DEMAREE.i
One of Daytona's crowning glo-
ries is her incomparable beach. No
one who ever set fct upon its
smooth, packed sarnds: no one who
ever pedalI-d a t.cycle over its ex-
panse: n) one who ever drove, a
pranclnz pair of horses and listen-
ed to the popping of their steel shoes
pon :ts asphal'um-like face: nm one
w-:, ever stee-ed a hi-h-pow-Er a;-
-.v--.wa:.d a.d su-r'-pak-k sand
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I JOHN M. SHEELEY
SA Specialfty of
I Orders May Be Left at Rowes'
AUTO OWNERS. ATTENTION-
You can get your tires patched up
any old place, but for real, reliabteI
Vulcanizing Work that will sta-d the:
racket, send your repairs to t*e Vul-
canizer. Cottage Ave., opposite Yacht
Club. Win. S. McGREGOR. t-e ori-
gi-ai Daytona Ti-e Man-A;e.*t ,r
te FISK RUBBER CCM-PANY.
See us s1ef-re e u ba L-- uv
XMAS BOXES c
1e ^ a r Z a.: *s-
T^ F CUR^TIS' &- Sv>
Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Pb. G.
Nose Throat, Laigs and Rhumansm -reated
by the Electro-Tbermos-Vibr3'or,. Me;,nudi.
I ~ DR. F. H. HQUGHTQN
.~ Dentist :
U QSTE&?ATHY S
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1050 3030 I0h@I~i#U@U0U31#3 -
superficial obser,-ver. "V:h su'h lav-
ish wealth of natural beauty :t be-
came an easy thing for the hand of
man to give the finishing touches
which have wrought out the colors
and outlines of the big picture.
Man did all this in the laying out
of the streets with their wide margin.;I
of parkage. The entire city becomes
a zreat park. w'.:th driveways inter-
sectng. m.l--s --:on miles of dr.-e-
xwa:.-s .' ci-. to attract motcr,.ts-
'rS_,-L. a :er tf' ;.oni..nen:.
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E. D. MILLS
Hioh Class u Every
South each Street
S:r x A': r :I ?ark -
M. L. Waggoner
R-Iid* nt Mti:iati-r
Lots on all streets
in town; also river
and ocean sites .
SEABREEZE and DAYTON,
BEACHL two enterprising a^
pregic essive towns on the HaW
I fax Peninsula, are geographically oM
although incorporated as separamt
Smunicipalities. The towns parald
the peninsula north and south for a
distance of from three and one-half
to four miles, and extend east and
west from the surging seas oi tthe
Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax River,
the beautiful tide-water stream that
sets them apart from Daytona with
which they have close communion
Sby means of three bridges, as well as
a half-hour ferry service.
Scabreeze and Daytona Beach arn
essentially stuizutr and winter re.
scrIs and are making hundreds of
ew friends every year among those
whc desire to escape the discomfort-
rag extremes of heat and cold. and .
*heir hotels and boarding houses
are now receiving splendid .;axron-
aI! :,rca the most dzscrnm:ating
.ass of tonrists.
The. mean a-erage teimperatuare. 80.
crc :1 ;n :hiC sunIner aad 70 et;re"e
:.-: :-'e : er. ^:. h an -c "c.a-zonal
crra r-.-. or drop a :! -la-. lur-'
...~2..u." i .c%.a;-.-2 .n -a-' s< 2:.i of
tzan .-':.z. -N .*_ ----- 1
zxc-. ard i s mac~adamn and h
-Cr. is: :.4tr-r. The
aceacixiAs 'th e -:azio us a-c~n c, -~ az
zours-e where every .as
a-may record has beea -Lade. all.a
these- records -;', -e1'.
The sand o.-' ths :a-.o
is composed largel'- a ies. A,: o
the coquina clam --vh ich ar t.i a.ut
one-hailf inch long aad '!- tiun.
For3age-s NatUre has beenM n
them up. -wash&"g them 'cz':h
surfiand pulverunag hern-..Ea~
s rC..iZcdurlifit .'or z.'-: -...
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-PROOESSVE NEW SMYRNA
V= is or
can put aside your couventioual :I
garb. brcatLe in Largc and deep th, -
salty touic of the sea and vujoy your- I
self to your heart's coutcut with rd j
aud r"l ina row or sail boat or iX. the
oocan s uxr a short ialii-uualc away
The grcat varieties of fish iualabitiug
the nvcr and lagoon pass thxrongh the
F. W. SAMS
$3.00 per Day
A House Strictly
First Class in
Dinner-, for Motor-
ing Pirtes u
Rates: $2.06 per
Day and Up
is -t ..i ..t-
ly ade dui ta s aOery of man
ae g mA b wid wth wins of
Ow modku ntelettph asid tdekbone
lits inim of dmU WI as hard and
81 1 a W aNr O d @ower-anh& by
beay forest giants that grew in state-
ly grandeur during the lapse of by-
go=e C tuiLA, New Smyrna is truly
a place of rowaaoe and rest.
AUll u her is vary inviting to
the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
tooisto be foadthe best fishing and
hating in the State of Florida.
The people are thrifty, the busi-
aes ma enterprising, and all unite
in "Ve4i-g the welcome hand of
hospitality to stAAga&A 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 arc 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 Smiyrna isos r. i c a
section of vegetable land as cau hbc
found anywhere. Tlis la:,d LaN
been divided into small tarmins whi,- h
can be bought at reasonable P1icc-,
Some of the finest celery grown inii
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.
Now Smyrna has no bonded in-
debtedaness and the tax levy is low.
A point that no tourist should tail
to visit is the ruins of the Old Span-
ish Mission which stand somber and
alone about oe and a quarter miles
southwest of New Smyrna. A good
rod leads to the place asad the trip
can be easily made by an automobile.
Silent, in the great pine flats by the
magia of the iormet, is this place of
pilgrimage fior the pious; this ren-
dezvous for the picnicker. The ruins
are extensive, and while there is no
*ithu*tic 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
of coquina, the roof being of tc
same material, cut into thin slab-
and covered with cement plaster
Extensive gardens surrounded it. )
which were enclosed by a st':;:t.
wall, portions ot which still ren.& u:
Visitors usually conuc iu lrart-
merry and curious but t.c sj .il i
the place s~oon talls upon tL..in a--d
they separate to sit alcne, Ilc..t au.A
meditative, under thi. 41.LL,. o. hj
side the acieunt -tcl.
is situatcd on the p,.uiu la ; i-,.iti j
New Smyrza and as counslced h'y a .
good road and bridge over the dec-'.
cur-ent o0 Indian River. Hc-c ,.,e J
Drop line to me at
I'm Jusat going to
sit har<4 and fish and
oat Orangwv thli
wintere. Thrn' rark.
onome good camp
grounds nhtr IIiliw.
Oo,- ,tnnd pit'-h your
ttnt <-,:i on.. Ilki i')n11
nI, on th 1o-'.
L,-Ni Fl.- ;- ,? % N
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ORXOND is five miles north of
Daytona, located on the western
bank of the Halifax River. The lo-
Scation of the town permits of good
drainage and perfect sanitation; the
Elevation is superb and ideal for
Winter homes. A wide bridge con-
Snects 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
The to3 a is very cosrlc'politan,
has a l C; CV ~ lt g I -! 5I
i has a_ cT.ccle:'t graded shool, scv-
c:l, c.urches, a hue h.. ibrarv,
Sup-to-date places of business and
Sco:riort.i.ble and co:inv,':,icut hotels
'iznA b'.:r2-ing. house-'..
7-. hiL T-A V .', .-' a
j a".-act-':^:s ::-: f'-^.t r~ n.'.
c- :'la a l.ioL..nbkiin a:.;, boatiu .
salubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
At Ormond Beach is located the
laroe Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
sister, Bretton luu. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
Haii:.'x Rivcr, while the latter has as
lts c'-l',o-k the riagnifc:ut beach and
Sthe bioad Atlantic.
S:^ '.;ks ,l all d".':ct0i` are
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OR WRITE TO
IF IN ANY WAY
IN PROPERTY IN
H. VIlI Givo Your
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A First Class Mod-
cri House; Room-
Single or Eu Suite:
with or without .
Private Bath. Scr-
vice and Cai-,,.:c
A. 'I. W"VASON
c'o C. R, V
L DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDAj[
DZLAND, FLA. I
A. D. McBRIDE
J. B. ('ONRAD
S. A. WOOM
G. W. Fisher
J, W. PERKINS
DELAND, the county seat of;
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 faulty ot
50 professors and instructors. There
are over $400,000 in buildings and
equipment; nearly $300,00 c00d.'-
Sment; a Carnegie Library aloec :;,-c
resentinl aa investment in b:' ". ...
i endowment and books, of nmcrc ,.a,
$120,000. The library is t!'e U'tecd
SStates Govewrneut depoi:ory "cr .le
State ot Florida, .vid ,:o1a'aus o.-1 L
15.000 volumes. Sc:c1Tcc Ct1ii, C;,c
Q' the ucw,'-t of 16 A.i...e 1..: 0, :
its turn hi ',iI p, rcrc'.";t: a 'i ,_, i;Lrv
;: .60,000. Eliz.i. :r; i ,:. ,
tC c m.ost beautitui ""1'. ." i '
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Four College. and
Ing nearly (IOIU.
Faculty of 19 Pro-
fessors and In-
For tnformat ion,
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0 aliud,,ro v t;, one :or the !vi-st ora!;.'cz
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I MOTOR CARS
Alu dtic Motor Car ipny
42 and 43 Beach Street
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Cut Rate Drug Store. g
Everybody call, and reap the.0
benefit. I personally put up all
prescriptions so you are sure of
lawfid and correct work by a *
GILLE'S DRUG STORE.
fI THIS SPACE....
Will have something
kyIulcr lod Twilt CK
4cYbler fwrd hwd hid s
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41yfW Car w*u Air-muk
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MRS. SANTA CLAUS.
By ELLA L BARNES.
TWright, IM. by Ame itican Pr Amo-
OR several years the proverbi i
Santa Claus with white beard
keA d fc <"r Christmas tree
Is 'fodIstrTLufe the gifts and Cis-
hWe is mirthful cheer. Last year
be could not'c
I* of womanly achievement he as:',,i
permission to send his wife.
Of Mrs. S:'4ta 'C < ,, Lad a: !
beard, but ,i.,ue L-id -, Lcr. and the
announce met ofL her ,-,-:..::,: Irvvo,,ked
40mat iatere-t. M :.. -. t.: Th,: ,uTi,-s
INgardin;. h.r ';..-;a :.,'.. ',u: :.,_=.-
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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Published #-very veninng. except Sun-
day, from IDeember I to April 1. by
THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO.
T. E. FITZK;ERALD. Kditor-Manag&-r.
4'. S. HFfARRUI. City Editor.
G-o. F. C ROCt H, Sup*-rint endt.nt.
Ent.r*-d as *-cond-class matti-r Do-
,e-rnb.-r 1. ;iSO at tho4 po-t offlc.- ttt
Daytona. Florid., untl-r tb- Act of
,March 3. :-7t.
Heart to Heart
By EDWLN A..N YE.
SOWING7 WILD OATS.
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IN TlE ARMY. LOCAL ITEMS.
HRISTMAS in the various fuMrts
garrisoned by United Strat,2 i
troops never a xe. without :a
cut and dried celebration. i'r.*)
aratlon for the event is mad-- lin:- iii
advance. Every soldl 'r kn',w-. ih:i
something extra s 'is;* t, ., Li
portion fir that day. T'.,> h:is::^i
dinner, with sax'vrT e:,r:iy i: :: *.,vi
of fo.d, is n,.t the ,n!v : : ". :
si,,n f,,r the s,,:,li,> r's ', ,; r:4 : .,. 1" .. -
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PEERLESS ENGINE I
A perfect and most economical fuel for Atl
and Stationery (anel. Enl
For sale at aH poimclpd psho&
GULF REFINING CO]
S. B. Green, Aget
'Phone No. 70 or 26.
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AND INSURANCE COMPANY,
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* FIRE, BURGLARY, Tom
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* LIABILITY. ALUTGMOBILE a"Ti
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Central Auto Ge
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W17--rwIr V1 -wml I -q"a
Now Open for Season 1909-10.
LM. WA.TE, Owner, and Manager.
Coidwmd ~Service WRueellent.
Broad Piazzas on
Co- a6~. m Somid for Booklett
MomwA&* h41WR4ANI UE, Narragng sett Pier, Rhode 1 dana
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'E I;. D lt$ ORTHT, Proprietor.
S ;NO-W OPEN
Swilrb be waitbed by white Northern help,
:|M&ihi imi m o the iLest hotels in the North, and white
..i ii~i ~the houe. The table will be supplied
a Whe decies of the season, cooked and served by the
Ch is, ad Waitresses obtainable.
I 9e fM: viicU,. Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y.
SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMEm
AT OPERA HOUSE
Management, GEO. W. HERBERT.
Presenting- THE GIRL FROM CHILI
THE PRINCE GEORGE
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A.. I.. JP*'L:L.
this Laughing Comedy
Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors
NEWS OF THE HOTELS
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rl from Chili
Enlarged and improved Since Last Seascn.
Large and Beautiful Grounds---Located on River Front :
Same Management as THE BRISTIOL, Asbuiy I\ .. N .
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6 BP T! ST C H L R C
Sit atd on the highest point
my rooms. Accomodates
*bse, electric lights, furna
it on Ridgewoodl avcanue i.arrgc,
50 guests. Rates $2.50 u Tele-
ce heat, private bath. New and,
MRS. J. B. HINSKY. Pro -rictrcss.
Secure Seats lur each Peroriinaice. j
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-AND FURNISHED COTTA(
everythingg Modern, Homelike and C,,omfor
Alan;tic Beach. Surf Bathing and Fslishin. S
HORACE F. STEWAI
'THE IVY LANE
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Well Known and Popular ViAY ON A : ,. \
Overlookin g the Blcaut i !.,: : 0 .
A homelike and Comitortablc Iu-c : .
C. 0. CHAMBERLIN 1',- "
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Star Hams and Bacon
Simon Pure Lard in Pails
HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,
HIGHLAND, I LIOIS.
10c, 90c dozen
ur Daft Mark
Armour Star Ham ...... ..lb. 20c
Ferris' Bacon .. ......... 55c
Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
Pails, 3 lbs. 65c.; 5 Ibs. $1.00
10 lbs. $2.00
Pride Oleo, in rolls ........ .. 3oc
N. Y. State Cream Cheese .... 25c
Swiss Cheese 4............. 40c
New Potatoes .. .. per peck ..60c
English Walnuts, new crop-lb..20c
Brazils, oew crop- ...... lb...20c
Almonds, new crcp -..... lb..25c
Mixed Nuts .. ........... 20c
Florida Pecans 2............ 20c
Shelled Almonds, ...... ......60c
Seeded Raisins.. ..11c lb., 2 for 25c
Currants .. .. .. 13c lb., 2 for 25c
Apricots, evaporated ..........18c
Peaches, evaporated ....... .5c
Pears, evaporated ..........25c
Oranges, per doze". .......... 5c
G raperuit. eac .. .. .. ..
Lettuce. Radishes, Green Oiors.
Tu--r4is. Beets,Parsey, Mint,
Ca-rts. S:-:- -. .. a'l "c u'":
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P. -ea.:Pes "S a3d 4c en:-
C-a-e es "': 2t.. 2 fh 2-
CALL AD SEE ClR LARGE V-R
;ETY O= F-SH VEGETABLES.
The National Biscuit C
Cakes and Crackers
THE BEST OBTAINABLE-TWENTY VARIED
A Table Delicacy Always-Ready for an Eazerinqr
CAMPBELL CHILI SAUCE. SALAD DRESS
ALL 10c A CAN OR BOTTLE
A HIGH CLASS
INDIA -d CEYLON
Puri-Tan-Ated Brand Coffee
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From Choices: Concord Grapes.
In Half Pints, Pints and Quarts.
Contains only the finest grades of
Coffees puriiied by a process that
cre, .- se- s d -etains its essentHi-
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A Person is Of
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It should be up-to-date the same
as you would have your clothing up-to-date.
Has just received over one thousand
Modern and Pretty faces of Type.
in their line and the combination
er is what produces
P tp the following sizes:
Sc. 6for 25c
This in itself is not so much but our workmen are
of Modern Type, First-class Workmanship and Co
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}mw. HOW ABOUT YOU? ARE YOU
SfA, 3 A SCRIBER?
Virginia Milliman Co.
AT OPERA HOUSE
In the Laughing Comedy
"The Girl From Chill"
is No Place
As a Resort in which to spend the winter
Sa part of it.
Daytona is Iknown the
wuid over as the Prettiest Resort in
Flkda--asd the Beauty of the City
&e Ariect of the Universe leEt It.
aae i i t i
tileg~v 'u~a' n.>~ te r,
ha'~ *i'. 1 crc nd t.-t~In iS r
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A Story of a Stolen Neck-
lace In Valparaiso
By GEORGE CATHERWOOD
Copyright. 19.. by American Press
It was on board the steamer Atlan-
tic, sailing from New York to South
America, that we first became ac-
quainted with Jim O'Rorke, a young
fellow of twenty-five, who had just
enough blarney and brogue in his talk
to be true to his name. However. h-
was an expert in his line and at the
time was on his way to Brazil to buy
diamonds for a New York firm.
Tom Uargrares and I had planned
to spend the winter months In the
tropics, so when the steamer reached
Panama we said voodby to our friend
O'Rorke and went ashore, but the tor-
rid heat of the day and the cold nights
made the climate disagreeable, so we
soon went on southward, and the fol-
lowing month we reached Chile.
Late one afternoon we arrived at
Valparaiso, the capital of the country
and a city of well kept streets and
many parks, but with such poor hotei-,
that we decided to go out to Vina dti
Mar, a notcd suburb and se(a.
sort. Here we found go, d acomni,-
dations at the Hotell 'asaje, whte iih
filing porches gave a -eautiful cut-
look over the bay.
Uargraves and 1 put (on c,o.l whit.
suits, such as are worn in South Amer-
ican countries, arnd went down to the
late evening meal, the fashionable one
of the day at Chilean hotels.
As a waiter bowed us to a table vx e
unexpectedly came on our old friend
O'Rorke, who was dining with another
American. When he caught sight of
us his good nature Irish face broad-
ened into a smile.
"Hello, fellows:" hbe cried, shatikng:
hands cordially. "I'm certainly glad
to find you here."
"I thought you were In the wilds of
Brazil," I said, laughing.
"I was for awhile," he answered,
"but I'm going home now. I came
over to Valparailso to see my friend
here, the consul." And, turning to his
c-,mpani.n at the table, who had rise .
he Introduce us.
"Mr. Cutht'crt, two friends of mine
from the Srates-Mr. IHargraves and
The consul greeted us heartily, a:il
the wvaier arran-+ed jiaces for us uti
It w. a it. Tben Jim remI mbeed a
tetto be hbad bought as a soMvenir
and went up to his room to get it.
A few minutes later a disturbance
came from within. A woman scream-
ed. and a man's voice called out In
Hlargrares and I rushed in with the
other guests that bad heard the noise.
and at the foot of the stairs a strange
sight met our eyes. Lying prostrate
on the floor was the beautiful Senora
Garcias. with eyes closed and hair
disheveled, while around her neck was
a red baud, almost bleeding, as though
the necklace had been snatched oil
with violence. Up on the stairs the
prefect grappled with O'Rorke. and as
they swayed back and forth with un-
certain footing the light gleamed from
a stiletto in the latter's hand.
It was the prefect that had called
for help, and before we could reach
them to assist O'Rorke a half dozen
of the hotel servants appeared, and
Jim was overpowered. The prefect
disengaged himself with difficulty from
Jim's embrace and stood panting.
"Lock this fellow up until police
come from the city," he ordered. But
Hargraves and I Interposed.
"What's the trouble, Jlm?" I called
The prefect tried to keep him from
replying, but Jim eried; "He stole the
senorn's necklace. It's In his pocket."
At this the prefect turned on him
with a string of oaths. "Villain!" hE
hissed. "You took the necklace, and
if it had not been fior inme the senora
might have fared worse. Thank heav-
en. I arrived In time to save her from,
The retainers wrenched the knife
from O'RItorke's hand. and the crwd1
surged up hissing, for nothing excites
the Latin mind like the sight of naked
we:apns. The affair was becoming des-
perate fur O'Rorke, but luckily at this
nioment Mr. Cuthbert pu,,hled through
the crowd, which fell back s!le,,;y 4s
they recognized the consul.
"Ihold on there!" he called as the
waiters tried to drag Jim away.
"There must be some mistake, prefect.
I know Mr. O'Rorke quite well, and
no doubt we can settle this affair 1i% a
The prefect Interrupted angrily, but
the consul turned his back on him and
asked Jim to explain what had hap-
"I bad gone up to my room for this
stiletto, a curie which 1 wished to
show my friends on the porch," Jim
explained, "and on my return from the
head of the stairs I saw the senora in
the hands of a man who held her by
the throat. I shouted to him to let
go and was surprised to see it was the
prefect, who by that time had wre:ncbh-
ed1 lose her necklace and s!ippcd It
into his pocket. Then, realizin- that he
was caught, he rushed at me as through
I was the culprit."
'IThe prefect stamped his f, at arnd
shouted *'IAar"' But the.c coasul held
the : '.,^,r. an,!l J i'2 l:i i'n,"'f of \:\< t- :2-
,'-v tur:rtcl h:i-~ r" ..t" i' !'. :" .\<
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Full stock Electric Irons, Coffee Percolators, Toasters,
Griddles, Chafing Dishes, Fans and Warming Pads.
THE SHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and
A Savings Account
for Your Child makes an appropriate
Accounts may be started with deposits of S1.OO and
We pay interest at the rate of Four per~cent.
per annum compounded quarterly.
Branch Of %",cx.LS13 C:in' Ban
A. D. McBRIDE, President
J. B. CONRAD, Vice Presidt-ai
F N CONRAD, Cash-er
NEW STOCK OF
SPerfection Oil Heaters
I and Cook Stoves
The most satisfactory Oil Stoves on the market
BBINGHAM & MALEY CO.
" Christmas-tree Lamps
- and Equipment [or sale j
Sor rent. a
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Iommencing with Dec. 1st1
IC 4 I5III7III IIII
I 'and longer
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S HANDKERCHIEFS, NELWELARsHOSIERY.
WAISTS. COATS S-RTSSUITS, SWEATERS
mda lw& neb mi gty d sib m& whic~h'w!e
tgbe plasorepmis.U iiIyou come" to
rdi Stoe to do e w ma
THE PFcK-HENDRICKS CO.
V. bon vu goal ow
a Cistmas Candies,
SNuts and all kinds oi FloridaU
S ALL ICE ad FRESH
SCome in and take a peep.*
'Phone 119, Daytona
THE NOVELTY MAN
* $ 1.z rtat1f~'ion( rv s,-54bENoi SuppHfr4.0 U
I pbonogrftphs.I4,t 'W I D c achine!-. WE -
TTypet-writ-. Crcw*--ry. GM eri1 E V~
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* our Iju-p- i,..i-horp. ii 0
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soemeo"s me"o" "sme ommCh"
as. E. Gardin
In.-."Tit GiRL RO'1 CHILl"
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Seats on Sale at
"INDIAN RIVER" ORANGES
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C- ...r c Munroe.
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Fair ard warrrer tonight: Satur-
day partly cloudy and war-mer: pr;-ob-
ably rain in the afternc-r.
LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
1!:24 today: 12:14 to'O-rcCA.
Reported by F. D 1 ;...
Mi.'imu,' 3E: N ax;rr ,- C,
THIS IS THE LAST DAY FCOR
SEN C~XOF NVE- CAVE-S
~xiy:sT:s CG~r~ !'~:C~ fr~d.
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Let us help you solve the problem of wha b,
him for Christmas. A nice Suit woUld *
either father or son
aR 'vAo-,EEF CR -E o.: N.
n. Coat Sweater is
Slippers, Moccasins, Suit Case, Travek m
Umbrella, Fancy Vest, Hosiery. Suspemdw.s
Neckwear in Individual Boxes.
We Have for Ladies and Children
Fine Coat Sweaters from S10.00
Slippers, Moccasins and Hosiery.
J. D. C.
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A Good Joke
ThIe La Celles in their great
Good Music L c.'. Orc-estra
Next week.--How-ze Sisters
Ne pictures shown B u! unless they
have beem passed upon L) the New
Tork Police Cer.&or BEcar