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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 27, 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: VID00384
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Publ d Every Evening Except Sunday During December. January, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BY UNITED PRESS.


DAYTONA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1909


. WRIGHT ...
Painting
Paper Hanging
Decormating
29 MAGNOLIA AVENUE


15 Cents per Week


NEVILLE H. CLARK

OPTOMETRIST.


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VWy sv-man onki
~Ih1 be' raised by
the Jacksonviltle

Daiby News having
Mggomtso to he fact that the
f 1 hau sted and the
Bkh a MbMe condition. Com-
l _t nq hask seat the editor
fPW. conditioned on the
16 SW additional by the
t& Ip o to press on next
nsr calls for addition-
*bo .Commodore Bur-
*D ft rt .The question no'
elm sb [Daytonlans have
-owt civic pride and the
OW, U mfta, manifest."
f M it etributors thus for is:
^M Durgoyne ......3$1,000
. -I .. .. -ak .. .. .. .. .. 100
W.et d* 1 ........... 100

D**New .. ..*.. 251

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S 2 I be complete by the time
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SlW.. TI amount can tie raised
f i Nted in good road.-:


It would be a shaie:
SI t,00 to go back to Coe.'-
Duroyne*s strong I ox thy d.



lMJNT WITHDRAWS FROM
THE SENATORIAL RACE.
The announcement ('comtS froii, ',,n
that W. A .Blount *has \\t!,
taw from the senatorial race, lee
of ill health and the humiihat !,:.
ak ing for votes wouldd lr.>
Thi leaves Reeves, Taliaf,',t,.
Ma d L'Engle still -n ttne


MTHER D000 FLOW
ECUREDO AT WATERWORKS
lHMy Van Dorn began work on
h msOmd well at the waterworks
MiW o iof t week and Frida; a'
OMafecured a fine flow of %tcei,
*rg a tea tinch head, which he ek-
witn Will yield about 4(, gallons
E.te. This well was running
b WN gallons per minute and \\as
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AT "ATII Of FLORIDA."


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HUNDRED PROFESSORS


AND TEACHERS FROM


ALL


SOV FLORIDA WILL MEET AT

DOLAND THIS WEEK.,

DeLand will do herself >:;-f'd rL:
week in entertaining the ii:..mrs o:
the Florida State Edu.ari ,al As,. i-
ation, which CO' e". t. ':"I ,
and will remain in: .--: ''t ft'r l-
balance of the uteek.
Several hundred td.dti,;'> ;,r x
pected to be lpr, :an and il,,. 't :.
are making f.lu0 orat,- II'. : t. :.,
comfort and elitrinn.i;.
The sessions v. ill t. I. .. 1 2. "'.
auditorium of Sta: su-i :. *r.t.v ,!nd
will be presided o\t'ir l ':', F A
Hathaway, of Ja,'k.,n il,


A WEEK OF EDUCATORS-
ILLINOIS IS IN LINE.
SPRINGFIELD, 111 le.* -7--From
every direction and on %'\'-rvl ari, 1: i.1
train delegates tpourtlA it t tap-
ital today to attend th, f:f'ty-sc\c nth1
annual meeting of the Illinois State
Teachers' Associationi. In the past,
the annual nItettng, ,of the., llliihis
association ia\t, oct(ip.,'td a f 'a'iuos;
place amoig thie edu'aitt"il Lat't'.-
ings held in A.i ', a .'.i i,.' -.,t::
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PROMINENT EDUCATORS.


FLOCKING FROM ALL OVER THE

SOUTH TO ATTEND MEETING

OF THE SOUTHERN ASSOCIA.


TION.


"The Reasons Why You Should Trade with the Gruber Morris
Hardware Co." that helped win the Little Buck Range:

1.-Because you always get the best goods as the lowest prices.
2.-Because we take it for granted we are dealing with an honest firm.
3.-Because their goods are always of best quality, and reasonable prices.
4.-Goods bought from Gruber-Morris never have to be returned, as they always
please.
5.-Everybody buying goods from Gruber-Morris in their line will always find their
goods as recommended and as cheap as any store in town in their line. Busi-
ness services are rendered you by kind and obliging salesmen.


Gruber-Morris Hardware Company


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IMPRESSIVE OBSERVANCES.


SEVERAL


DISTINGUISHED SIR


KNIGHTS FROM VARIOUS PARTS

OF THE COUNTRY WERE PRES.


ENT.


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'ae-i-idhe 1-Y ~ ( )riena a i ( un niundery,

cloc C' thristmias uB l(rilu g. There was
qi;j:tt a larw-t attendance including sev
(,alksir Jug Sir lKnipjglts.

!'a, '''. r t'iud1 'u 11itlid.al' of F~lorida,


Fostke-I' PI'izt (;v~tde Ii aiI~' of
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Orion UiI lCoiiimand-ry.at: 4 Past (Girand
Comminander of tlihe Stat- of Wisconsini
Punch and u i I wee '( *0 r -d'

COLORADO TEACHERS HAVE
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FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
**'pcial Facilitips for Examining
and P.-rfe 'ting Land Tltl,s
OWflc. in Conrad Bulldinig. 'Phone I-'S


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
Dlsposition to Tr.-nt You Ril'ht.
Let Us B- Your J,-w,lhrs.
L. H. ROWE & CO.


DR. C. DeW. AKE
sa0 Dentist
Oflet. (tmturs--:1 to 4:30
Office, South Beach Street, Oppo-
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SANITARY CONVENTION
BEGAN SESSION TO-DAY.
SAN .JOSE. Cosla i Rc IDe-r,27 -
Tfhe fourth interitatioiial saiiitary conl-
venition of Arno'ricaii nr'cpubhic1(' began
its business sessIim)s lie l(ttf.,dai',. iThe

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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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WAnRX" FOUNTMN PENS
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SWODICAT


DAYTONA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1909


15 Cents per Week


WIL WRIGHT...
Painting
Paper Hanging
Decorating
219 MaMOLIA AVENUE


NEVILLE H. CLARK

OPTOMETRIST.


EYES TESTED-FRAMES FITTED


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Ul~l IBA PAYTtT

EjL 10 ft^

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fk imI o1 r $1.W0 tor m-
Sy streets a Comdition
~ina1be- raised by
*SE the Jacksonvillte

O .Dalily News having
t ift em to the fact that the
Sdwasa exhausted and the
L a misable condition, Com-
MI &W has ment the editor
1 tr ,W, cadtitioned on the
M e$" additional by the
V l v ges to press on next
.A*,qer calls for addition-
.Commodore Bur-
j at .the question now
t er [Daytonians have
ofcivic pride and the
ft ftL manifest."
I Ma t e ibutors thus for is:
uie urToyne .......$1.000
lih Bank .......... 100
I M ............ 100
& 4311!1)m .. .. .. .. 2** 50
MW .reen, .. ... ... 25
im ..... ... ...... 25

I L. ... .. ...... ... .. 20
IM a s list indeed,-and the
a" b INe complete by the timnie
i M News goes to press next.
.n. The amount can hie raise-d
^J L- in- -n( Jr. .-/^ fti^:i


I ASSENILE


AT "ATIES V fLORIDA."

VWWALt HUMORED PROFESSORS

AND TEACHERS FROM ALL

OVm FLORIDA WILL MEET AT

DeLAND THIS WEEK.

DeLand will do herself proud this
week in entertaining the reminbers of
the Florida State Educational Asso.i-
atlon, which conve::'-s their towmoro', j
and will remain in sssi(o fi',r thv'
balance of the week.
Several hundred eduiicator.- a f, .x-
pected to be pr-esnt and tIw r:i;z' :iJ
are making lalorat, ptla > fr<'r ti, ',ri
comfort and enteriainrmni t
The sessions w ill I,. il-,l iii i ,
auditorium of Sttts.on 'i,,.i.-v .il.d
will be presided over ,yv I'rf '. ('.\.
Hathaway, of .Jacksonx ill,.

A WEEK OF EDUCATORS-
ILLINOIS IS IN LINE.
SPRINGFIELD. Ill *-(. 7--F'roi,
every direction and on t-,.'ry arrivi:nu
train delegates poured into the* 1)-
ital today to attend the, fifty-seivctth
annual meeting of the Illinois State>
Teachers' Association. In the past,,
the annual meetings of the, Illinis.
association have occupiit-d a fire'mio,,-
place among thte d'.atin,:l gtat}e;'-i
ings held in Aiuerica tiid ti,- ni,,''liii
this year is no eXC ptino i (,: 1 I tll 1 i.J'
At the form.!l .,im, m' A .
vention tomomr )o, 4; ,,.'4i.(,:- '. .
rill v, '(.l o i t. ,.- .' .. : :
I~r .-s;d ,' in (< ; ., ;, -:-' ,, ;: ., '
B a rd %% ell, (it .\ A : (T 1not.-d ; :k !.- :. .' : 'I.


~~ It would be a sae(ei, a U i..S,.I2~.:
~W3,WOto go back to Coemaa Franc's .lLr:aI"'\VA'
lift ~~nes strong Il(x y('-si, i1'4.'


JBUNT WITHDRAWS FROM
THE SENATORIAL RACE.
I- ampwonment comes from l'In-
Of --f W. A .Blount *has with-
mo ftm the senatorial race, be-
M If health and the humiliation
1t ft for votes would bring.
In avm Reeves, Taliaftriro.
0B0d ad L'Bngle still in the


wrMnM GOOD FLOW
SECURED AT WATERWORKS
H y Van Dorn began work on
I Umod well at the waterworks
W1Y of ast week and Friday a-
61. a"cared a fine flow of wat-r,
4 tea inch head, which he ei-
f will yield about 4('1 gallons
EIftete. This well was rumiiiinig
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TOUCHES AT DAYTONA.
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"The Reasons Why You Should Trade with the Gruber-Morris

Hardware Co." that helped win the Little Buck Range:

1.-Because you always get the best goods as the lowest prices.
2.-Because we take it for granted we are dealing with an honest firm.
3.-Because their goods are always of best quality, and reasonable prices.
4.-Goods bought from Gruber-Morris never have to be returned, as they always
please.
5.-Everybody buying goods from Gruber-Morris in their line will always find their
goods as recommended and as cheap as any store in town in their line. Busi-
ness services are rendered you by kind and obliging salesmen.


Cruber-Morris Hardware Company



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IMPRESSIVE OBSERVANCES.


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RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
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Sllt IUs B.- Your J.-wtI.-r-i.
L. H. ROWE & CO.


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DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA


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
ooean surf a short half-mile away.
The great varieties of fish inhabiting
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PROPRIETOR

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Special per
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Excellent Hunting
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NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA


U0W 0 hI1-Mso .
man a mo o df -M is -a
iid" u.pftmdiheIsm Datona by
a a--aModsd wiwin"g through
am g asR1d w m -we nus Parts of

%I& its saciut ruls dating back
to a m w*m the hiMory of man
Sm i s with wires of
tr~he m M A d telepho-S
its miles o@f dll uts as hard and
matse a mS audov-archad by
-bas P- I gift that grew ian state-
ly ground during the lapse of by-
me centuries, New Smyrna is truly
a plaoof romance and rest.
All mature here is very inviting to
the tourist sad plmsure-seeker. Here
toois tobe fondethe best fishing and
hunting in the State of Florida.
The people are thrifty, the busi-
ness men enterprising, and all unite
in ,-tetAinwg 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 f.ne a
section of vegetable land as can be
i found anywhere. This land has'
been divided into small farms whicl-
can be bought at reasonable pr.ces
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 ram-
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-
h Mission which stand somber and
alme about one and a quarter miles
southwest of New Smyrna. A good
rod leads to the place and the trip
can be easily made by an automobile.
Silent, 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
ar extensive, and while there is no
authentic history of their origin, it
is kVm&e'*Ad 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.-
and covered with cement plaster.
Extensive gardens surrounded it
which were enclosed by a stone
wall, portions of which still rema.n
Visitors usually come in parties.
merry and curious but the spell ol
the place soon falls upon them and
they separate to sit alone, silent and
meditative, under the arches or be-
side the ancient well.
CORONADO
Is situated on the peninsula oppoit'e
New Smyrna and is connected by a
good road and bridge over th deep


ASK
ME
ANYTHING
If for
the Good
of NEW
SMYRNA-
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ORMOND


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HOTEL

TURNBULL
NEW MMYRNA
FLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
Dinners for Motor-
ing Partis a
lt.calty
Rates: $2.06 per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES
P1 )k1,11 HToR$


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GALBREATH
High Gradei


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BELL'S
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LUNCH
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BELL'S



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Tonsorial Parlor
Old.-tit skind In town
NKw SMYRNA. FLA.
Molfi and Warts
R maov,'d Without
PtUin
WANITA1Y BATUI

PURE

ICE CREAM
Confections
Cold Drinks

Th Ist I:v,.ry-
thii* 11. our LI..


RIZY'S

New Smyrna
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ROSE VILLA


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ORMOND is five miles north ofi
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 i
Winter homes. A wide bridge con-
nects Ormond with Ormond Beach.
SMany 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 t.w-i is vcry cosmopolitan,
ha.s an cxce!lc:it graded school, scv-
k. .i c1a:;".4 .... :, :.ne p ;.l-:c ,ibrai y.
up-to-date pl iccs of businc:s and
ccMinrlablfle a:_i conven icat hotels
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c=..'';^,t :,x ,- ;':o!)iliu -, :-...c, l)oati:! ,
Ssalubricus climate and pleasant'
walks and drives.
At Ormniond Beach is located the
large Hfotel Ormond, and its lesser
sister, Fretton Ii.n. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
Hfai ftA Rivecr, while the latter has as
its oni. -,,k the mai nificcut beach and
the broad Atlantic.
"* Tho .Y':ks in all dir.cclions arc
;'.-rt;::'.: :.. -:: '-act e. ?'. '. the. at-
'- -. :. ', :,< i^. i:v ti, .,;' s ots anid
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PORT ORANGE1K is a pretty little'
village situated t:'.'e miles south of
Daytona on t!:c Daytona-New Smiyr:na
hard-sur i ce road, the scnic highway
of the lEa' t Cc:-t. The town is l)-
,-atcd on the IFiiar Rive:r, over
Shich spans a 4i, .tc from t.he towl
to the peki:lNula opposite.
The to An is Iw 1ll laid'out and liha,
a:-.vary rcttv ho.;..- owned and ocn-
1piedF bA r :,c:' N *. A itcr tour: ,:'.
It L.ii sc'.'-cral c" .c 0cC, one (2 t.C,
4','st ,.a. d- A ...1s i:. V lu -..i
county, t-.o gc-.'ral stores, a real
estate aceuncy an:d two or three hotels.
A A lar-' nu:'-,-r of tourin-.ts and
4 winter r, idc;;'s make Port Oraix'.:
'w::lter hci'&dquar1, -,, one of the scv-
eral attractions Sc: the cxcelic:t
tii., Port Or- 'c is in the orange
belt and a nun:i',.r of vk.'-y fine cxtru-
Sroves are nc-, where oraae..
St:micnnes aiAd ra.pe-Lruit hai, 1,
profusio:L S,ne oi thebc.et trucks:,,,


CALL ON
OR WRITE TO

MACON

THORNTON
ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTEIRESTEI)
IN IPIWRPERTY IN
ORMNI) ,OR
ORMON I) lBEAt'I
II. \w i'l (;lv' Your
Hl;-ii 1l'i .,apt
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MILDRED LOWGE

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A First Class Mod-
ern House; Room-
Single or En Suite;
with or without .
Private Bath. Scr-!
vice and Cuii uc:c
Unexcelled.
A. M. WATSON
P'ropr.


COOftS ,;,VF


VOLUSIA

COUNTY

BANK
DBLAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
President
J. B. 'ONRAI)
VIc<- Pr,.ridnt
S. A. WOOD)
S',hlltl1r


G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drugs, Stationery.
Huylcr's Candies,
Kodaks, Cigars
IvLAN I'. Vl-'I \.


J. W. PERKINS


Lou~; &


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
equipment; nc.trly $3,00,0 enudow-
ment; a Carucnie Library a!'ne rcp-
rcsce:tinr, an invc.stn:c:.t iu b,.: ,
endowment aiid books, of mI'c tl.t:,:
$120,000. Th:e library is tl:e L 'itcd
States Govcrnu.nicut depo'ttc, tor !c
: State ot Florida, and co: t.:i: o.,
15,000 volumes. Scc'.;c l..ll, oi;e
of the ncwc .t o, 16 Iul., ., .,.,.
it-; furni ini;,I rcprc ,-:'t. a' c1'.t; I' '."
of $.60O00U. Elizahethti Iliil i ,1,.1 ,'
t'- V .:'ost b :'tiutift! c l, t ,.-' '. i ..
in tht, South.
rihc city h a po ul.itor ,' -.'
3,500, w :- thiickl'. ,,.t,. ..d,,:.
adii .dc-:xi. Dcl .1-. .' v--' ..: '


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UNIVERSITY
DULAND, FLA.
Four Colleges and 5
Tohnlcal sHcbools.
Equipment cost-
ing nearly Ai>,lX00.
Endowment IM.).JUO.
Faculty of 49 Pro-
fvssor' and In-
structor4. I hrlstlan,
but non-. .-,tarlan
T'-richtlig.
For infornin' :orn.
(dd( r,'. :
Lincoln Hu:!ley,
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SMRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
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Attorneys at Law
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ba~ides colorcid fapti-4ts anA I ;'I,
dists, are rcprt**teuted.
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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS


jShvteesDuryca, Siems and!

Cadillhc

MOTOR CARS I




The Atlantic Motor Car Copany
| 42 ad 43 Beach Street


GILLE'S


Cat Rate Drug Store


Everybody call, ud reap the
beeft I persoafly put up all
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lawf awd correct wcrk 1y a


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The Dayton

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G'S DRUG STORE,
GILLE'S DRUG STORE.


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HIS HOME IN NASHVILLE.


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Daytona Florida


Now Open for Season 1909-10.


Owner,


and Manager.


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Si.. Room EuitiL
conveaience


Steam Heat


Every Modern


Send for Booklet.


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E. D. LANGWORTHY, Pr(


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IeId from some of the finest hotels in t
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.wft al the delicaciesfof the season, cooked
sst Chefs, and Waitresses obtainable.


Sgmmcr address:


Proprietor Prospect Housc.


THE PRINCE GE


Hilyard & Holroyd. Propripn
DAYTONA, FLORIDA


Enlarged aod :i- o' c., Sa '- I :,
L&SInd Beautiful Grc .'^ds---Lcc:...


EUGENIE. EX-EMPRESS OF FRANCE,


JOOD
-oprietor.

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ble will be supplied
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DAYTONA.


- FLONIDA


Electric Lights


Elegant Rooms with or without


MRS. I. M. MABBETTE,


THE


Monster


Electric Bells


Bath-


Proprietor.


PINES


Sitated on the highest point on Ridgewood avenue.


Large,


airy rooms. Acccmcdates 50 guests. Rates 2.50 up. Telc-
pbome, electric lights, furnace heat. Frivatc bath. New and


homelike appointments.


I Everything Modern.
Atlantic Beach. Surf
HOF
DAYTONA BEA


Cry


Benefit


Season


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Theatre


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MRS. J. B. HINSKY. Pro .yrictress.


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SEASIDE INN j
FURNISHED COTTAGES
Homelike and Comfortalle. Dirccflv wi
Bath;ng and Fishing. S2.50 Per ):iv :.I ip
ZACE F. STEWART
.CH,- *O@'.D .


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THE PALMETTO
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Simon Pure Lard in Pails


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Pa3 i l.t-.15:a. S
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EXCEL


%ew Potatoes


BRAND


Evaporated Milk
HELVETIA .MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,


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BABRT
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FAMILY
10c, 90Cdozen
S3.50 case


ILLJOIS


TALL
10c straight
S4.35 case


HOTEL
20c
S4.25 case


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Eniglish Wa,'uts. rew cf*P--tb. .ft
B4'a~zils, w crap- lb.. .9f
A'ac*f'd 6 r. nw c.-r c -b. -26
Mixed Nuts Zt
F:c-ia Pec~a"rs 20c
S-e;:ed ..Gc
Seeded Ra.'sit-s. 3c t, 2 for 25C
Currants *. 3c t., 2 for 25C


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A Table DfcaTy Al/aRady htr masrgTi
CAMPBELL CHIL SAUCE SALAD DRESS
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Scudder's


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Beth


SChristma.

Story


By ANNA BENTLY.


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ao, W s ho tCM b Is and yvt bow
coud @be bew to hav* her darntg for-
gotten In the bomuebold of which *be
had been the sunshine, to have her
sona and daughters In future years
may:
"There are five of us," without a
word or thought of the little sister
gone before? Then Mollie's words
came back to her with another and
tenderer significance: "I do wish we
could have some kind of a 'memorial'
for little Beth!"
A "memorial," not for the eyes of the
world, but one that would keep alive
in the hearts of her children the mem-
ory of that dear lost one. It might not
be an impossibility, after all. and the
plan, once started in her mind. went on
unfolding, and as the last spark died
out In Its bed of somber gray ashes
and the clock counted out, loud and
clear in the stillness, the twelve strokes
of midnight she rose to her feet with
moist eyes, but a hopeful smile upon
her lips.
"In that way they will be sure to
remember her," she murmured to her-
self, "and the little charities given in
her name will be twice blessed."
It had always been a custom in the
Mason family for the children to hang
up their stockings the night before
Christmas-a custom that, as Mrs.
Mason declared, owed its popularity to
the one extravagance in that economic-
ally ordered household--an open fire
in the family sitting room. When
Christmas eve came there was tbrouzht
forth for the -ccaslon the usual: array
of stockings of various sLzes and
hues, from Mllh's. (of coIVeVtlii il
black lisle thnr:'4., d.,wni to little 1'Pe 's,
of coarser, h(,me knit gray. and there
was "a great deal of chatter nnd fuss
and n(od r.aturod rivalry over a choice
of places and the finding -of pins lar =e
arnd strong nugh to sustain tLo ex-


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will continue

every week

day until

April first

[:and longer

if hnsigebs


Effective


jus5tifies


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


THE SHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and

WATER COMPANY.


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"Say, mother!" and Mollie tugged
gently at a fold of her mother's dress
to attract her attention. "Did you see
that beau-tl-ful memorial window that
the Staceys have had put into the
church for their little girl who diedI
last year?"
They were In the church porch as
the child spoke, but her mother made
no reply until they had walked some
distance down the street, and then her
words were few arnd hesitatingly spo-
ken.
"Yefl. I saw It."
"And." lersist"l Mollie. who was
evidently a good deal exercised upon
the subject, "the superintendent spoke
of it In Sunday school and said that
the window wvag placed there by the
parents of our lost fellow pupil to b'
a constant reminnder of hr ove-y tife
among us. She wasn't pfd a ,it.'"
Still Mrs. Masoun madr nno ::::.:"
MMAlle i.iade a wry face, which her
mother was too wise t-' see. and as the
two walked slowly hormew-ird Mrs.
IMa.-^n tri-d to divert the littlot g!r!*s
:.ind frmii the ubjc.,t ,.f her dt-al
i.att'. imlrrfectiiiis by descril i:.n: If,,
her lofoiofit alopther "niemorial" t!:-tr
Ssl;h ad -vui in a visit to the CIty
ih.,s-i,:lta a f',w days btfnre. This
w-t-. ; ifre,, 1x.t1." contrlh}ut.I !,' t ..
,w4reaved p parents of aot!hr :itrI.: i.st
i o:.., a:'ii.d ,lie lstenedl with glisten-
i:%.: yt- t,, tthe stry of the little street
-, v wh., had .k!] run over by a heavy
dray and had l,,th legs broken.
S"And thv-re li he lay," she said. her
,.u n kIl eytes full of tender tears,
"his little white, pinched face bright
with a cr.itente'l smiles and his feeble
hands toying with a few rose geranl-
uul leaves that ae kind visitor had
'dr,*ppId c0i the c',-rh1k1 for him. so
cheerful arnd hapy that I wknder-d
at him. I asked him If he w s coin-
f'.rtabhk. atr yo-.u stuk have se lale face slight up atnd herl hi:i pip'
In his thin'. shril v'..:
S*'oT,.rtailc i.s It. r 'a:.? W hy.
'". jlst Livin ltsl:f after the d'.rt :"
t. e':> wxi.I u:. the Ii.'..i~iOr ;in' t'.".
; ,:':: '* r''it!!., ;i:.' It's w\\e; I tl td I ".'
f ,r tl':t'. *- ,," ::,'* t^"v ''rl'i.d n.' tll '

ry %:" .';i: k' t:,,t hI r ;'. f : T :n
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We admit it ranklyy the Merchants Bank wants your business. But we also,
can assure you that in return for your business, this bank not'only offers a service
which we believe almost perfect, .jt unquestioned security for every dollar entrust-
ed to our care.
In cold, unassuming figures, here is our gua-antee tu every depositor regard-
less of the amount he may have in this bana


Capital .
Surplus and Proiits
Stockholders Liability


S100,000.00
50,000.00
100,000.00


Total, $250,000.00


$250.000.


That amount stands between your deposit and


any possible loss.


We repeat


This bank wants your business


Merchants Bank


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"I'm --,,oing t,)u i~ *: a~n
the ver nd"'' tlr'claiin'ed It.wti
t14$!rlsh of the -,n ric I o in juts: an I
despcito Ite dive for th*e big-f-t ,!inin,
the cushion, N~it his mother 1-;1 i hr
hantl gently upon his sI. ijliler with t!hek
softly sp4'ken reminder:
"Not there, dear. That'.-3whk~n r1-
D' tt h',;stom-king alIwzi v, 'v'' y,'
k fl' W."
The nitrry 1-,11ItelIC)f V4 4es d1..r,
ceaise,41 and the chiWir'en turned ,1to 1,-k
at their nmjth*'r inl a k,-'nd1off awkest-rick
iwo'nder as, taking froin her work-
ba-k-et a pair of pm-Aty %rarlet stoolk
ingv'v-txi hy*4.qfavorito oarsh elreful -
lvfis-tonrw'd 1ther-1 in the o us~e
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LOVES HANDMKERCMUUlS, NECKWLARHIOSILCKY,
OESO WAISTS. COATS. SKIRTSSUITS, SWEATERS


Md a brie vmiety of other thdis which'we will"
the -leasre m .-ees i2 you coe, to The
Bit Store to do y Cristas shopping.
THE PECK-HENDRICKS CO.
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SNuts id all kinds of Florida
Fruit.
ALL NICE mamd FRESH
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Broken Locket.


Woods Orchestra w:1ll ren-
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March "Davtona Beauties


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