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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 29, 1909
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00386
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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.


.^^^SCHOOL SUPPLIES ^S
/STATIONERY and BOOKSC

(GGEO. H. CLARK
WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS /
NEWSPAPERS AND
PERIODICALS


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DAYTONA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1909


15 Cents per Week


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NEVILLE H. CLARK DR. C. DeW. AKE
OPTOMETRIST. | Dentist
IS^7T~ 0',Bv ii^Y T^It,; to 1:3)
Office, Soith Beach Street, Oppo-
EYES TESTED-FRAMlES FITTED site City Hall.


RY121 TI!IEIIINRY Of


EAT ENGLISH COMMONER.

TODAY THE ONE HUNDREDTH
ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH


J VOUCHERS WITH THE OF WILLIAM E. GLADSTONE -
W I WO CIL- OBSERVED THROUGHOUT THE
Simon Heymann occu- UNITED KINGDOM.
nter of the limelight at -A
Kw meeting of the City papers of Loudon to(.i -1t, l -
|TI^^ ,-a 4 evnig I take papers of L~ondon rods? d,-,('t--d ] W Itgoday evening. lie talked.. ,,, I
e"ni n ing articles to the one hundredth an-
mnute on the follow- niversary of the birth of William E.
ions=& Tolution:
w-- mOu w ps b 'Gladstone, and published retrospect
e was passed by the;0 of his career and his policies, witi,
0lrownei July 20th, 1908, creat-
J 2Ithorks crmite an particular reference to the wgre;;t i.--
teauPtthc works Committee and i
S* c W Cesues now being fought out :i til,
^^ br provisions provides: ,ii
provisions provides: *British election canipaigin. tl Li it-
ll^ It *i Board shall constitute
S Board shall constitute eral press bestowed uistint(-d pn't.-,
^ ve Board, etc., but all such u t a
^II *^ shall b upon the statesman's nitiuor.\, and
jieetiouI and power shall e P t s d
and powe shl b even those papers which uere opplos-
t the general provisions of e t pe h e Oj(,
_ pa nrale to regulated t ed to him during his lifetime printed
rI impaseed to regulate the .)l L ..qL V_. ,i
i__I___l ed of Se..ton four, eulogistic artich-s on the great coin-
at the end of Section moner. "
qROACil si all keep and main-b
4S over the expenditures of The entnary as generally -
served throni,'out the United King-
.1, Bei*t res olhed that the .dom. The National League of Young
s7 R Be itr led to order h the Liberals led in the observance and
h O Public Works to ren- under its auspices countless meim-
ew* Publ of e or t o orial meetings were held. During the
lr a M~l ftcoomt of the trust im-
e o to date; to report day thousands of persons visited the
-- tf any contract for the statesman's tomb in \ estminster
t water works has been Abbey. Others made pilgrimlages to,
Hawarden and to tht, Glm~lt,-ton!,into;
Sr with any one, and if so, Hawarden and to te ladto
"0 contract has been ful- ument in frnt (if St. ( lemcnt 1 laii..
bChurch, in the Strand. Thi l.w ts,. t
-4 wtr the said work has been
-> 10- "A_- -, 01>.-i.; n ^ i. ; rom i t \ -iw y t \ i;. .: !


ImO.~ wite ooaru ci uuic" iio C .>
Ill l"|I~llrllO! 'UU~t" I and otli
wbtr the said Board of Publicad ti, ,rl an::d i
Waft ave acquired any real estate, t'r
aI it no to furnish the said council
d M eeds tereof and[further, L Of IRANSAI[ANIIC
;If = account o all the rec-ipt.(


" disbursements up to date.
"Be it resolved, That all t, ic
Mt asked for, together \itll, tL.'.!
others, be filed with ihI. t.
D* before the second M,,:d ,:
knuary.
The resolution wa laid t:i,.t I
lie .
1U Council orderet- a nuiam t.r 411
IMM trick fr tom tie rt' gi-tatili
Ia, a appointed J. ... .'Ca; ,,, \\
I. Chhltt m and J. L. l.3nch, in
otEWS BA D. D. Rogers. cl-ik (i
60e aictal election to be held (,io
lPMkU' rtii .
OM ThousPand six hundred aind
MGM-fOv dollars interest on ti t
lth s aMd waterworks bond.- ,%as

1 finance committee reported
*teWy the proposed ordinait'e
I WES for sewerage bonds ii ttinM
M ar 6N0,000.
" rdaiaaice volumlinolos ini llItith
Wk rules for the use of
I defty streets uwa passed on lir's
I Second reading. Thlit" I.,pl,-"I'd
taace stipulates vtIt rc- di;\,'1>
i and hall not stop). th. tuii-r
SMaake and various other I);%'" !-:; i -


RECORDS' R[IIR[S 1ODAY.


CAPTAIN JOHN PRiTCHARD; HAS
MADCEl HiS LAST TRIP AS CONi
MANDER OF THE MAURETANIA.


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DON'T FORGET TO-NIGHT IS

ELKS' NIGHT
The Event of the Season At Crystal Theatre

8 BIG VAUDEVILLE ACTS 8
...VIRGINIA MILLIMAN CO.
VIRGINIA MILLIMAN CO.


Under the Auspices of B. P. 0. E. 1141.
SECURE SEATS AT 'IOUNG'S PHARMACY


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Decorating
219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE


T. E. Ftzgt-rald E. F. Oat,.
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
p,'-clal Ficiliti-a for Exnimintnin
and P.-rft-ctlng Land Titles
OffIc. in Conrad Building. 'Phone 14


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RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
Dispoition to Tr*nt You Righrt.
Let Us B1, Your Jwt'-lrn.
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VW. M. SHAFFNER J.t REAL ESTATE


GEO. WRAY
Dealer i
PIANOS and
PLAYER PIANOS

Concert Tuner



E. D. MILLS

BARBER

High Class in Every
Particular.

South Beach Street


{ IT PAYS TO BUY
237 CLOTHING ;Ba-ch
g north and SHOES ,-tr,*t

SOF W. H. PECK
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IBy L. C. DEMAREE. {
One of Daytona's crowning glo-
ries is her incomparable beach. No
one who ever set foot upon its
smooth, packed sands; no one who
ever pedaled a bicycle ovt-r its ex-
panse; no one who ever drove a
prancing pair of horses and listen- i
. ,1 tr l "C O. D"inr Lnr "f their sTe.e.l s one- I


LING WAH "U 'V Lk-k:-- 'V~j~i"S U LLI** -~ -LlV ".
CHINESE LAUNDRY O- i 4,,< tuml ace-t?: no orne
2A BEACH STREFET. It.%YT4 INA4. FL'IP.U. T, wlo7-evr s~-ered a L ial-piwt- a';
White Shirts ~~" x ~~r
Cbt-ek Shirt- Ux r- 't ~ ci.(. 'd fp a, lk and
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*QUIGGS' BAKERY i.*-
PRODUCERS OF THE v T- e P! cc P e:;j C d H a.i 72x R i. !r.
PERFECTION OF
BAKERY GOODS. ...N



~Everything for-
the BABY---the MOTHER -
the COUSIN-...the AUNT > .... .- .
~CAN BE FOUND AT ..*Ui :v ~
Woman's Art Exchange -' ~.c
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:':lb~t. and that fish hawkstiglg

THE REAL STUFF ~ache~.dfro- mth-e atFr.

MAC'S CAFE -?e the beautiful launcht-s. spick
TH RECAL THING 0 anrd spaii, theit,,r hampers and lockers
a Iz'igwitli refresh Lncuts Uot h solid
inemmeme~miememmeuand liquid ready cr ia cruis- upon th
bt-a-tiful surface. Take out your fiel

TOMOIKA RIVER and "0w ~t'
NEW SMYRNA 'd LbPu. ar
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JOHN M. SHEELEY
*A Specialty of
Interior Decorating.
S Orders May Be Left at Rowes
i Jewelry Store.


AUTO OWNERS.,ATTENT iON-
You can get your tires Fatct-ed up,
any old place, but for re2C, reliable'
Vulcanizing Work that \&1; stand the
racket, send ycu- repai-s t3 tee Vu!-
cinizer, Cottace Ave.. o:posite Yacht
Club. Wrrin. S. rcGRECOR. t-e o--
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,sup,-rficial o*s,,rvtr. ',,i'h su- h lav-
ish w>-ealth of natural b-aiv it be-
ean:e ,in easy thing fr th, hand of
man to give the finLshin touches
which hav- v,-rought out the colors
and outlines of the b:s p.ctur_3.
Man did all this in th layinr.g out
of the streets with th-ir v id: margin
of parka.e. The entire city becomes
a great pari;. v. L ,r:'ways inter-
--.ctinf.. ;:iil-s u ,,n :::il-.s <(, drive-
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M. L. Waggoner

Desirable Building
Lots on all streets
in town; also river
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S EABREEZE and DAYTOn ,
BEACH, two enterprising a
progressive towns on the HaW.
fax Peninsula, are geographically |
although incorporated as se
municipalities. The towns paranI
the peninsula north and south for *
distance of from three and one-hal
to four miles, and extend east mj
west from the surging seas of th
Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax RivW
the beautiful tide-water stream th|
sets them apart from Daytona
which they have close commMio|
; by means of three bridges, as well -
a hali-hour ferry service.
Seabreeze and Daytona Beach arM
essentially summer and winter re.
sorts and are making hundreds af
new friends every year among than
who desire to escape the discomfort-
in, extremes of heat and cold, and
their hotels and boarding houses
arc now receiving splendid patron-
ie -from the mQst d:scr:mriaating
,:lai o: tourists.
Th,. mean average temperature. 80
.--re' : the summer and 7C icrees
:i "h -i:ater, with aa c-ca o
cx-ra- r-rc r drop o a *em days-' dur-
a"c.': r,.arks thi as oa-, : t:e most
.: a'- :.:-' l.acation la av': ,sectionof
-!.' a' utr-. n.rlh. eat. south cr west
Th-: ccean ,e:,. wa. -.s marvelons
.:a-,ch. hard as macadam and smooth
Sa ......r, : -.... rea%. : attraction,
a.!:.'i ^h c-irt. and a-r and vy seemx
to havc entered :nto a combinationJ


s ,:-.::-:'c t. C every charrn. Their
each .-. th. famous automobile race I
courc N-ere every word, ,raight-
away record has been made. and all
thes% records it cont;iues to hold
w"-"hout rivalry.
The sand of this famous speedway;
.s com-posed largely of the shells of
the coqaiaa clam, whi .h are about
cn.-hal, inch long and very thin.
For ages Nature has been r-iling
them up. washing them bck ;:o the!
sur: and pulverizing th.:. ET-imniaed
, .i.cr the microsccte c.,.f '..Ir7:cle'
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umm a Los and @varhe by
1ry a s giants that grew in state-
ly gadeur during the lapse of by-
ge centuries, New Smyrna is truly
a pft of nO s and rest.
All mature hee is very inviting to
the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
too ias to be found the best fishing and
hunting in the State of Florida.
The people are thrifty, the busi-
ness An enterprising, and all unite
La P "et4i-g the welcome hand of
hospitality to strangers. There are
ive 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, a.nd
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 iiu a
section of vegetable land as cau be
found anywhere. This laud has
been divided into small farms which
can be bought at reasonable y-r.ces
Some of the finest celery grown i,:,
the State is raised on this laud. 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-
ditdesa and the tax levy is low.
A point that no tourist should fail
to visit is the ruins of the Old Span-
ikh Mison which stand somber and
a- about one and a quarter amiule
southwest of New Smyma. A good
1oad ilas to the place and the trip
ca be easily made by an automobile.
&Lmt, in the great pine flats by thc
Mia of their Lrwt, is tius plaoe of
pilgiage ior the pious; this rcu-
devous far the pcncirer. The ruias
I are extensive, and while there is no
thti~c history of their origin, it
is I|'..uu-ed that the Mission wab
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 stabs
and covered with moment plaster
Extensive gardens surrounded it
which were enclosed by a sto.-
wall, portions of which still rcnr.,.
Visitors usually come in partie-_
merry and curious but the spell ot
the place soon falls upon them aud
they separate to sit alone, silent a iJ
meditative, under the arches or be-
side the ancient well.
CORONADO
Is situated on the peninsula oppos.tc
New Smyrna and is connected by a
good road and bridge over the deep
current of Indian River. Here yu


can put aside your conveutioual
garb, breathe in large aud deep tho.
sality tonic of the sea and c2joy youi -
self to your heart's conteLt with i...
and reel in row or sal boat or iu it.
ooeau surf a short halt-muile aay
The great varieties of sh iuhabituag
the river and lagoo n pass through the


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OCEAN HOUSE
F. W. SAMS
PROPRIETOR

Rates:
$3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
Excellent Hunting
and FlBling
NEW 9MYRNA
FLORIDA



HOTEL

TURNBULL
NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA
A Hor.se Strictly
Fi,.t Class in
Ev,.ry Respect
Dliunrs for Motor-
ing Purtie-s
Apixctalty
Rates: $2.06 per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES
P11I'PKI HTOR;


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BELL'S
While at
New Smyrna
LUNCH
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L. C. CeSHOLM
Tonsorial Parlor
4 Hdust atund in town
NEW wMYmNA, FLA.
Mol4w and Warts
RtteAmoveTd Without
SANITARY BATHS

P'URN

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Confections


Cold Drinks


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SORMOND is five miles north of:
SDaytona, 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,
mniosi of them embellished with sub- i
trc-ical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees.
;:-te t-....-I very' c.?smopolitan,
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5 t A' i.'bilidg, ; e b' >t Iii,
salubrious climate a:nd pleasant
walks a-ld drives.
At Or':.nd Beach is located the
lar-e Hotel Ormoud, and its lesser
sister, Bretton In:u. The former oc-
cupies a position overlooking the
Halitax River, while the -'ter hlias as
its outlc.ok t',e Inagnificent beach and
the broad Atlantic.
',The walks in all di-cction.l are
part-ci',rl yI at'ractivkC, .aid the ar-
I IS
oo:-';, b'. .: y :t'. i.i-viti' ,:ots and
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ries ttonls ot tiospitablc .ctt'-ct-, whosc
', ^'es are replete with ttc i:cter,'-t
ot Southern frtivts a.'id i'.A C .
C0:i' of tese C int'r,-:- ,! p utA-
tions is Number Nine, lo-:ited oai the
peninsula, five miles north ot the
S Hotel Ormniond. Here you see a fin,.
-!:e grove, together with reat a-
es of other sub-tropical tfut-
t :.. t'iowcrs.
Si 've Itile-- turthcr cu :on come to
Mouudgrovc, one ot tLe fnest orau,
t- roves ia thxs section of Floridi
Moundgrove i or! the headwatc.rs o,
D the Halifax River and is anmid prett,.
I s- urroundiugi. The place is rcachtAd
S by a good i o.iad [.'-nug NuIlhc'.
Ninc1 and i- a dtii c all tourists awi
N I' eujoy.

Blind \1~i C _\k'!"" i TO>!'s
SCOTTAG[S,!


CALL ON
OR WRITI TO

MAICON

THORNTON


ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTERESTED
IN PROPERTY IN
ORMOND OR
ORM N D BEACH
II.- Vi-l (;iv h our
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A First Class Mod
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Single or En Suite:
with or without .
Private Bath. Ser-
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Unexcelled.......
A. M. WATSON
Propr.
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MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
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DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA


VOLUSIA
COUNTY

BANK


DBLAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
President
J. B. (ONRAI)
Vice' Prsidcnt
&. A. WOOD
4':L~hl,'r


G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drugs, Stationery,
Huyler's Candies,
Kodaks, Cigars
Idl.ANPE FI SA


J. W. PERKINS


Attor':ev az~l
Coun-..e U~r


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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 DcLand 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; nearly $300,000 endow-
meut; a Caruegie L:brary alone rco,-
resenting au investment la b.,ildi;.,
endowment and books, o0 l,.ore than
$120,000. The library i, tl:e United
States Goveruncut depositor" ticr the
State of Flori.Ja, and coL'.ua o'.':r
15,000 volumes. Sc:C: fil, on.e
of the cnew -.t of lo l .'.dijs, M .th
its furuisliiu -, r.epre-cnts a: ou:.!
! $60,000. Eliza e' .dl i ."
the nost beaut:':n co'Ic '. ;;.,u.
Sn the SoutIh.
The C\t:i hl-; a po l-ui-t ,. oa t about
3,500, Aith .i t! :i.kly 1ct d co'!.trv
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UNIVERSITY
DuLA ND, FLA.
Four Col~lgeai and 5
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liqulpiient coat-
Endowruert $1(),M)N.
Faiculty of 41o Pro-
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GILLE'S DRUG STORE.


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SThe Daytona

Auto Transit
0
Comspany....

SWidl have something
SinterestinD to say.
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Do mot settle. I


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Central AutoI


Ask for


AT LEOPTY FAIN


*LAN .lR TIUSAY.


THE ORLANDO AUTO PARTY, EN
ROUTE TO JACKSONVILLE.
oiuPPLD IN THIS CITY FOR


DINNER YESTERDAY.


The party of Orlando autoists, mak-
ing a tnp to Jacksconviill-. arrived iJ
this city yesterday. comin,.g by way
of DeLand. and put up fvr droner a:
The Despland.
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some Cf 1- \:- r r :... :'r
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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Publt'bvd ev--ry ev.ning.fxctpt Sun-
day. from I'-c*,mber 1 to Apri; 1. 1y
STHE GAZETTE-NEWS CO.
T. E. FTlGIXrALD. Editor-Mansl,-.
(-. &.. HARxs. City Editor.
Gvo. F. CRorCH. SuptrnteLdent.
Enter-d a- -.cond-cla-s matt-r .--
c-t-n0*-r 1. :900. fi t hr pcl,.-i o .c h*
LDytona. Fior:da. .:n-rr h.- Act .f
March S. 1',.




Heart to Heart I


Talks.
By EDWLN A. NYE
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POOR
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HELP THE POOR.
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NEWS ABOUT ORMOND AND ORMOND
RESIDENTS AND SOJOURNERS
TOLD IN INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS.


School opens next cdyf.
two weeks vacation.

Son:rze damage to axs:.*
eta z,.- Si:-epC. -.e -11 zar
cost

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WIill Jenk." returned tc Lvmm, Mass.,I
C-r-sQnaas afternocn, wh.e-e ne has
chiarge- of the --xtensiv.- t .S:M.ess o'!
Mrs sb a S;-mA;sc-, .'- Lpe

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A perfect and most economical fuel for Auto=*
and Stationery Gasoline EEgium
For sale at aml prcipal points.

GULF REFINING COMt


DAYTONA
AGENCY


S. B. Green, Agent
Pboe No. 70 or 2o.


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CONRAD-OATES REALTY,

AND INSURANCE COMPANY


FLORIDA


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CHURCH OFFICERS


LCPLAND



Now O pe for Season 1909-10.

L .L WAITE Owner, and Manager.


H t. Sm Smvcr 1r-)llent Broad Piazzas on all
Rod=m Kmi. Sm Heat. Every Modern
-sp Wi----- S dfoi Booklet


m h~NfICEOUBB, 3Narragansett Pier, Rhode Islano.


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UIE RIDGEWOOD


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M. D. LANGWOKTHY, Proprietor.


NOW OPEN


a will 4e,4a ae d by white Northern help,
Sfm 2mM of the finest hotels in the North, and white
;iOt -e house. The table will be supplied
was 6efmcies~of the season, cooked and served by the
Chef, ad Waitresses obtainable.
aw dbms: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y.


THE PRINCE GEORGE


Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors


DAYTONA, FLORIDA


WERE ELECTED.
SOFh r OTThe annual church meeting of the
W OF IW First Congregational Church was held
S~at social hall Monday evening. The
I L.. following officers were elected: Ne-
ville H. Clark, trustee for one year,
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bates, of For- to fill the unexpired term of W. F.
est River, N. D., are guests at the Holmes; W. Roxby, re-elected trust-
Pines. ee for five years; Myron Peck, dea-
con emeritus; Frank Peck, deacon;
Chas. H. Piper, of Boston, who is E. N. Waldron, re-elected deacon;
with Foster & Reynolds, of New York Mrs .S. Findlay, re-elected deaconess;
is a recent arrival at the Pines. Edgar Dunn, re-elected clerk;. The
-- -ushers were all re-elected for anoth-
Mrs. M. E. Ellis, Kansas City, Mo., er year .


Mrs .Julia Walters, Miss Bertha B.
Loree, Jacksonville, Miss Edna Mc-
Neil, Sidney, Ohio, are recent arriv-
als at the Austin.
Mrs .E .B. Gleason ,of Elmira, N
Y., are season guests at the Palmet-
to House MrI. Gleason is proprietor
of the well known Gleason Sanitarium
of Elmira.


Mr. and
niece, Miss
Sioux Falls.
traced stay
are friends
Paine.


Mrs. C. A.. Jewett and
E. Jewett Woodford. of
S. D., are making a pro-
at Ivy Lane Inn. They
,f Mr. and Mrs. Aa


9.1A at


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at t


Enlarged and Improved Since Last Season.


Large and Beautiful Grounds---Located o, River Front


ONE THAT HEARD THE
TOY FIRE WHISTLE.


FINED TEN DOLLARS AND
COSTS IN MAYOR'S COURT.
Isaac Nesby, a colored resident of
Newtown, was arrested Monday by
Marshal Myers and brought before
His Honor, Mayor Greene, Tuesday
morning, charged with disorderly con-
duct. He was found guilty and fined
$10 and costs by the mayor.
LIVE OAK CHAPTER No. 1,
0. E. S., INSTALLED OFFICERS
At the regular meeting Tuesday


fliizht ,Live Oak Chaptor,
(-'rdi-.r of the Eatstt ril~ :r
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SameiManagement as THE BRISTOL, A.sbury Park. N. .I


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THE HAMILTON


Sojourning at other re-

sorts of Florida who later

contemplate a visit to

Daytona are invited to


N.. 1,
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any


News


New and First-Cl.'.-s


DAYTONA.


FLO I DA


Electric Lights


Electric Bells


Elegant Rooms with or without Baths


MR. and MRS. I. M. MABBETTE, Prop's and Mgrs.
iaM^o>- ----m fmII


Monster


Th

Cry


THE


Siftad on the highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
siy rooms. Accomcdates 50 guests. Fatcs 2 .50 up. Tele-
Vbe electric lights, furnace heat, private bath. New and
li appointments. MRS. J. B. HINSKY. Proprictress.


=w .... ... ... .. .. .. ...999 9 9 999 99 9 9 9 9 9 9

NEW SEASIDE INN
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
everything Modern, Homelike and Comfortable 0.1t. t' ,
Atlatic Beach. Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Ptr lli\ :, ,
HORACE F. STEWART I
DAYTONA BEACH, iC01D D


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Daytona


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'THE IVY
A HIGH Grsd4, hou-, -:, I 1 7: I ":, I
One biock i4t iti.. rix, III;, I
and &fi busin, t;.
Opcil Nov

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THE PALMETTO
Well Known and Popular. D)AYTONA } I IIDA.
Overlooking the Beautitul 11aliifax li\ xt:
A ii like and Comfortablc He use 1ir- e .. H u i .e. -..
C. 0. CHAMBERLIN. Pr, p.-t,'


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Specialties


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Company


ARMOUR'S


Star Hams and Bacon


Simon Pure Lard in Pails


PET


BRAND


Evaporated Milk


HELVETIA :,MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,


HIGHLAND,


FAMILY
10c, 90c dozen
$3.50 case


ILLINOIS.


TALL
lOc straight
$4.35 case


HOTEL
20c
$4.25 case


(hOur Daily Market
Quotations.
Armour Star Ham ...... Ib. 20c
Ferrls' Bacon ............ 55c
Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
PaUs, 3 tbs. 65o.; 5 Ibs. $1.00
10 Ibs. $2.00
Pride Oleo, In rolls .......... 3..c
N. Y. State Cream Cheese .. .. 25c
Swim Cheese .............. 40c
New Potatoes .... per peck .60c
English Walnuts, new crop-lb..20c!
Brazils, now crop- ...... tb...20o
AJmonds new crcp-.. .. lb .25c
Mixed Nuts 2.............. 20c
,Florida Pecans........... 20c
SShelled Almonds,........ ....60c
Seeded Raisins.. .13cI lb., 2 for 25c
Currants .... .. 13c lb., 2 for 25c
SApricots, evaporated .......... 18c
Peaches, evaporated ........ 15c
Pears, evaporated .. ......25c
Oranges, per dozen......... 15c


Graperuit, eacci


The National Biscuit


Cakes and Crackers


EXCEL


ALL


OTHERS


CAMPBELL'S SOUPS
THE BEST OBTAINABLE-TWENTY VARIME
A Table Delicacy Always-Ready for an Emwermcy
CAMPBELL CHIULI SAUCE, SALAD DRESS
and MUSTARD.


ALL lOc A CAN OR BOTTLE


5c


DRINK


Tetley's


Teas


Cranber ries


'3"c t.. 2 for 25:


Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions,
Turnips, Beets.Parsley, Mint,
Carrots. Spirach, .. a'l 5c bunch
String Bea'-s ard Peas, per qt.. 10c
Pineapc'es 10 and 15c each


CALL AND SEE OLR LARGE VAR-
IETY OF FRESH VEGETABLES.

TETLEY'S TEAS---


Scudder's


Maple


Sy


A HIGH CLASS

PRODUCTde.r...


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ORANGE PEKOE
INDIA and CEYLON
FORMOSA OOLONG
MIXED.


Puri-Tan-Aie' Brand Coffee


WELCHWS


GRAPE


JUICE


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ervcy c>3it-Aand :~f~ '
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From Choicest Concord Grapes.
In Half Pints, Pints and Quarts.


QuarL- tc F,'-..!APacka.es


Contas 3 -rst i rades o l
CoffeeS a process that


oicreasc ,


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A Person is Often Judged by His
0o 0PRiNT NG
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It should be up-to-date the same


DAILY


Has just received


NEWS


over


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


JOB


one thousand pounds


PRINTING


of 'he most


This in itself is not so much but our workmen


of Modern Type, First-class Workmanship and


U


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Modern and Pretty aces of Type.
in their line and the combination


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e is No Place






jinst Like Daytona


As a Resort in which to spend the winter


or a part of it.


Daytona


is known the


world over as the Prettiest Resort in


F1ida-and the Beauty of the City is

^Architect of the Unive-s? lIt It.


as


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It Appeared In Person to Mr.
Ebenezer Pollock

By CLARISSA MACKIE

Copyright, 1909. by American Press
Association.

"'Going once! Going twice: G;olng
three times and sold to MSir. Ebenezer
Pollock for $1,900!"
The auctioneer's hammer fell with
a resounding thud and nearly grazed
the nose of the purchaser.
"Didn't mean to damage a good cus-
tomer," chuckled the man of the ham-
mer as he pulled down the red flag
above the gate and climbed Into hit-
buggy. "Come down to Lawyer Fitch's
office bimeby. 'Nezer. and we'll close
the deal right and proper."
"Very well." said Ebenezer grulIy.
lie watched the crowd of women tip-
toeing out of the house and waited un-
til the last one had passed through the
gate, each with a furtive glance at the
new owner. lie was aware that they
marveled because he had I(uug:',t ;i
ghost ridden Ihouse.
When h e l hs alone i1 tLe sli!,,\\ s
of the tall ;:t's he looked ,li; ;:t t!',,
house, dark tami forbidding In teiny t:hl:-t
of rank gra-s aind weeds. \\ whatever
had been Its originall color, it \%as nov,"
fathld to a dilly l iiUstalld hue. t'ottelI
with the dark green t heiivy wot;
Shutters tightly closed.
There wre, years a.d years w a,:
!thv shutters hald neverr en closed.
SThose were the days before old Simnion
E linsliury's granddaughter h;;d run
away with the schoolteacher and had
In consequence been disinherited by
the old man. Slinmon had left the house
and land and furniture to the Foreign
I Mssionary society, and now. five years
after his death, they had put it up at
auction, and Ebenezer had bought It
at much below Its real value.
It was well known that Simon would
have opposed his granddaughter's mar-
riage to any man. lie wa.; selfish
enough to wish to keep her at his side
to wait upon him, for she was the only
relative he had.
"Let us come and live with you,
grandfather." Cornelia had pleaded
I with htier armins around his neck. "You
will like Henry better when you know
hiin." But the olurnte olid man hliad
ri. riiy tIung her aside, -ii d the next
day t!ie w girl lil:d 1eon ;: :irrlhd to 1i1k -
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l fingers and a mere thread of mel.
ody In a woman's voice; then the rain
continued its monotonous beat, and be
heard the music no more.
Ebenezer Pollock was angry. He re-
solved to lay the intruding ghost if
possible, and so the next day when a
watery sun rendered the house a little
less dreary he lighted a lantern atid
unsealed the door that led iuto the
other side of the house.
The house was quite as dusty iand
forlorn as on the day he had bought
It. Strangely enough. Ebenezer did
not look at the little piano which stood
open just as Cornelia Elmsbniry had
left it so many years ago. with a yel-
lowed sheet of music upon the rack.
He scurried through the rooms with
a half realization that some slender
spirit was flitting through the rooms
away from his contaminating presence.
A few weeks afterward there canrep
another storm of wind and rain, and
again he heard the ghostly muslc.
Ebenezer had a twinge of the rheuma-
tism that night, and he very irritably
rapped on the wall with his cane. The
music stopped abruptly, and he did
not hear it again, although there were
many storms that fall.
One winter evening, when the old
house was wrapped in a blinding snow-
storm, Ebenezer awoke from his first
sleep with every muscle aching andl
drawing with pain. Rheumatism held(
him a captive. For hours he groanedi
dismally, conscious that the tire in his,
Sair tl'hit stove was -ne:rly ,rit ;ot :a
tline \\ lienli he nede(ld(lt heat. Ther' wa.
ino tiiiiisterii lla Iid ti, a pll1y 1 t,' ", ii-
InlJ s to Ids swxlo elle joi ts :ril ii :'.s e0
or to, alt y his trturc with i'. !:....
It was then that the 'h!),st came
a.g in-this time with groitinL tingrs
ilupon the sealed door. It knocked zen-
tly A1.nd sIpoke to him in finrt frl-rht-
eenel whispers.
"("Go awvayv'" shouted [-'eirweZer \vrnithi-
fully. "Go, away, mna'am It ::. t
pr,' per that you should tie loit'rig
arouLnd here: Go away, I say:"'
There was a silence, anti presently
Ebenezer's thick, grizzled hair stood
almost upright on his head. Ghostly
footsteps sounded in the rooms over
his head and softly, tap, tap, tap. down
the narrow staircase that opened into
his bedroom.
The lamp beside his bed gave forth
a cheering light, and Ebenezer l'oliock,
thoroughly frightened for the first
time in his life, watched with fasci-
nated eyes the slowly opening door at
the foot of his couch.
Tall and slender and pale, she stood
before him at last, her tender blue
eyes filled with pitying tears. 'Per-
haps she was forty years old. but tthe
hair framing her (delicate face r:ile
Usher appear mIuch younger.
"I could niot bear to henir "o, iV.:''i-
ing with pain all alone. My 1i a'1::'.,
Suscd to have rhelumatism lwt'ft're ie
: .id,, and 1 know just \u';!t to ,!,',"
.,.he, said in a low tone.

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The Service

will continue

every week

day until

April first

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if business


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Effective


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


THE SHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and

WATER COMPANY.
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WE CONFESS


We admit it frankly the Merchants Bank wants your business. But we also.
can assure you that in return for your business, this bank not~only offilers a service
which we believe almost perfect, but unquestioned security for every dollar entrust-
ed to our care.
In cold, unassuming figures, here is our guarantee to every depositor regard-
less of the amount he may have in this bank.


Capital .
Surplus and Profits .
Stockholders Liability


S. S$100,000.00
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


r3 ncl' e! V&Iuslaa Uvrt'y Bar2.k


A. D. McBRIDE, President
J B. CONRAD, Vice Pr^;:
F. N. CONRAD, Ca.,ier


Daytona, Florida


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Trunks, Telescopes, Straps, Tags, Etc.


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SSBARNES I

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Seats on Sale at Hankins'
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LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
3:21 today;4:05 tomorrow.

THE TEMPERATURE.
(Reported by F. D. Spring)
Minimum 39; Maximum 64.

*Quick delivery on Gasoline I'hone 2G

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Let us help you solve the problem of what b,
him for any time. A nice Suit would
either father or son. Coat Sweater is
Slippers, Moccasins, Suit Case, Traveling i
Umbrella, Fancy Vest, Hosiery. Suspendersn
Neckwear in Individual Boxes. : .




We Have for Ladies and Children

Fine Coat Sweaters from S10.00 down; Shsv,
Slippers, Moccasins and Hosiery. : :


CR YSTAL

THEATRE

TONIGHT

MONSTER VAUDEVILLE
...by..

Virginia Milliman Co.

Under the Auspices cf the B. P. 0. E.

Greatest of all Entertiu a ents

8 BIG ACTS 8

Prices 35 50
Seats at Young's Pharmacy

"SEE THIS SHOW

Performance Start', at 8 00 r. 7!

Good Music by ood.' Orcihetra

No pictures shcwn Ly is un 'ss ;liey
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