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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 31, 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: VID00388
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Except Sunday During TIeciber. January, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.
TELEGRAPHIC MENS T' UNITED PRESS.


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/'STATIONERY and BOOKS ^

(GEO. H,,CLAK
WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS
NEWSPAPERS AND
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1909


15 Cents per Week


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NEVILLE H. CLARK

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.Doc. 31-The Pres-
n Taft will hold their
yi T reception at the
MMl Unwow. beginning at
~wbm the Vice President
-lm^ at the cabinet will be
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They will be followed
rs of the Diplomatic
us ies of the Supreme
L1 te United States, the Dis-
b n former memwber-
.. members of Congress,
o army, navy and marine
lpatrlotic societies and,
*,te plain people."
mi t of the President hold-
ik Me oeption on New Year's
mi O that no patriarch of the
bhobitMxLeociation'" can
a January 1st when there
I a mae4ke column, headed.
I Badt phalax of high officials
Sbt ke bands with the Pres-

Ah t f the big function at the
Vft e there are always :umier-
h w h&Wivlties to make the first
4Iy of t year a brilliant occasion
ft do n t capital It is the cus-
AM r the Secretary of State to
lf an official breakfast and for the
^thr embers of the cabinet and ihe
Afth rof the Navy to keep opeti
heOm. The wives Of the secretari(-e
shiv Inite a dozen or mare at-.
;tmei'te women to assi-t then in i'
tertaining the callei.- hvl oin 1A1,t ::
ALhip, dut3 or curiosity brib-.- \':.;:.
(leir doors. The scene i.- i' ,,,
brilliant, as the diplomats and th. ,: 1
-6i of the army and ia\",. h;i\,!:
dsmed their gold lace and deto.::ii 1 iI
lor the White House, keep i k,. i-,,
$te ret of the day.


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'WAItNGTON, Dec. l-Vnder an
Km t entered into between thi
mtbhorftim of the United States
M Wd Great Britain and th,
Wist UaioM Telegraph Comipany.
-mw wef may be exchanged l>-
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MN order may be issued in
WiEl be 40 pounds sterlingi.
W Olrers imsued in the l'nitd
Md Canada for payment ir:
SaUtted Kingdom the maximnui:
mnt will be 41 pounds. 1-, 4(?
WbiCh is the equivalnt't of $-"'

IWTS RAILROAD TO
ENTER STEEL BUSINESS
ALBANY, N. Y.. 1, ',
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NEW IEAR'S BONUSES


GIVN TO EMPLOYEES.


WALL STREET OBSERVES ITS US-
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ITS FAITHFUL EMPLOYEES.


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f The year iust passed has been a mnghts prosperous snice
bor us and to the many friends and patrons who hav aoded
in making our success possible, we are truly grateful
We are ambitious and we want to make 1910 the biggest and best year -n ou
store's history. We realize that only by serving your interests better than the r'-st
can. %e hope to accomplished our object so for 1910 we promise even betttt 3n i
crore eficient store service, bigger and if possible better 'oods and the Same re.ic:,
able prices We aim to give you perfect StLre service We trust, S- h 3. :
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a --n wood wid-ing through
a- at am piumque parts of

WUh its ldi-t raise dating back
to a tim wn the history of man
luamt- so interlaced with wires of
an mA1 telegraph and telepr.ne
i ile of mell streets as hard and
w-tis s a w and over-arched by
hoary forest giants that grew in state-
ly i- u during the lapse of by- i
gam eoturiem, New Smyrna is truly!
a place of romance and rest
AU nature here is very inviting to
Ite btrist and pleasure-seeker. Here'
tooisto be found the best fishing and
hunting in the State of Florida.
The people are thrifty, the ,usi-
aS s men eterprisini, and all united
in aztetding 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 board:"i:,
houses where you can find acccmo-
dations to meet your reqaircrn..:4s.
Adjoining New Smvrna ai. N .- i,7ic a
section of vegetable land as can e
found anywhere. TL:s Lis.d 1..z-
been divided into sr.iall !arras v.. .
can be bought at rcasciiab'e ; .
Some of the finest celery grcov% n
the State is raised on this lau:d. A I
other vegetables grow in abudan,::,:.
and here, too, is the home of the t...i-
ous Indian River oranges.
New Smyrna has no bonded in-
debtei4mss and the tax levy is lo,.
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 milc.
southwest of New Sm.*a-na. 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
mooin of the forest, is this place of
pilgrimage for the pious; this ren-
dezvous for the picnicker. The ruins
ae extensive, and while there is no
authentic history of their origin, it
is i*W4*-- 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 mow 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 ot which still rcnoi.x-,.
Visitors usually come :n partie, i
merry and curious but the spell c!
the place soon falls uponi the:m a:.d
they separate to sit alone, -,ileut aiil
meditative, under the arcLes o 'L-
side the ancient well.|
CORONADO
Is situated on the peninsula ep, e-' ;
New Smyrna and is connected Lw a
good road and bridge over the de.;
current of Indian River. Here -:


can put aside your couvcntiou,..i
garb, breathe in large anid decq' ':>.
salty tonic of the sea and cujov our
self to your heart content ,v it. r ,.:
and rel in row or sail boat or iu tLC
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SORMOND is five miles north of
Daytoaa, located on the western
bank of tLe 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 c:ther side of the river,
mu.,t oi them embellished with sub-
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
t-'es.
Th)c tc.'n i very cosmopolitan,
has aan excellent g-aded school, sev-
eral charchcs, a nic pubi-c library.
u -to-d.tc places of business an il
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Oinond has nmauy of the Florida
atlr.ctions-fine fruit, god fibliiig.
excellent automniobilinug, safe boating,
salubrious climate and Fleasant
Walks aud drives.
At C.:r.-mnd Ecach i 1, loateId the1
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
sister, Brctton Inn. The former oc-
cuj.ics a position overlooking the
Halifax River, while the latter has as
its outlook tile inagnificcat beach and
the, broad Atlan!tic.
T'-.c walks in all directions are
paF:- c:'.1i:-l. -.- atractive, a,:ii tlihe ar-
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peninsula, five miles north of the
Hotel Ormonid. Here you see a fi:'
*raine grove, together with .rcat .va--
rieties of other sub-tropical trut-,
aid fl tower.
Five miles further on tou conic to
Monudgrove. one of the finest orange
groves in this section of Florida.
Moundrove is onl the headwaters of
the Halifax River and is amid pretty
surroundings. The place is reached
by a good road [passing Number
Nine] and is a drive all tourists imay
enjoy.

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THORNTON

ORMOND
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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 anI
equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-
ment; a Caruegie Library alor.c rep-
resent,'-n ao -nve';tient r.n a e.ni',
endowrm:-.t aud books, of ) .T-.-", th.ain
$120,000. The library is th l UnitcJ
StatcesGovcrrunent depositor- tor the
State of I-.:-.da, and conta:as ov'r
15.000 volu:nes. Scien::e I1.ii, o] e
of the newest of 16 buLiJiu.,, ".v 4,
it t urur.Nihii ;,. rc"tes<;nts an o t.::..
of $60,000. E lizabeth Hall is 1 'u' c'
the "lost bcaut-i;;l collt:.,: bu,,dr,..
in the South.
T~ c:*.-C' a populat-on c about*
3500. ':: :. thickly settle-I con: r'.
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Cut Rate Drug Store.


Everybody call, and reap the
benefit. I personally put up all
presc optionss solyou are sure of
lawful and correct work by a
registered druggist.


GILLE'S DRUG STORE.


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YULETIDE SENTIMENT.
Faith, Hope and Love
Go hand in hand together ,
To smooth the rugged path of life,
- In fair or stormy weather.
Pith, Hope and Charity-
The greatest of which is Charity.

May your faith be so strong,
In those you love,
And help sustain you
In trials to come;
For come they will as the years
go by
To pain the heart and cloud the sky
Of your heart so loyal and true.
Let Hope and Love be your guid-
ing star.
Have Faith in all humanity-
The tears that come u ll bring rel:-f
And let the soulful sunlight in,
To fill the sky with holy li.hLr,
With a miantlh b:-(.ad i:: (h, r.:v.


NEGRO EMANCIPATION DAY
OCCURS JANUARY THIRD
The c(olortd p -) et,,v d 7,, a .:..
WVaycross ,undtr they a pi.''.' u t:.'
Daytonla Industrial Si .. a:., :.:k
ing pr-paratioi.2 to- ar .-, : ,.:.
elaborate (_-lA .. : : L...:. .
tion I (-I : a 7 :.*.
There wiil a :: .. ,. :-
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A ll n il ;*> :.. -
trial and duIett.' .-. i de,, >i.;. \\ .
the colored IeopIe, are r(q i.-td .o
give their employ1.'s a hial; holiday
on the date of the celebration to en-
able them to take part in the (t-l.--
bration and the subsequent fvstiviti-s.
At S',f1 p. i there wdill bet a n.-m-
Orial concert at the same place fr
the b-.nt-f:t of tih.- Indu-ts ;;l S( .i,,'I

FUNERAL OF MISS
KELLOGG WEDNESDAY.
Miss Ana Grate ,ll,.. di.'d M",:-
day n.:hit at th-li Hall apartet h u,
Cn tL- (f:"-n-'r ,'l: tI'a"I < t' a d (
& venut' : l ,' ::. ":t ',. x:. ,V ,;
fifty-f:, ,. :'- ;, .-- t.: K ,,; --- :' > -
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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Published every evening, except Sun-
day. from December 1 to April 1, by
STHE GAZETTE-NEWS CO.
T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor-Manager.
C. S. HARRIS. City Editor.
Geo. F. CRorcH, Superintendent.
Entered as second-class matter De-
cember 1, 1909. at the post office at
Daytona, Florida, under the Act of
March 1879.





Heart to Heart


Talks.
By EDIVLN A. NYE.

MOTHER'S WAGES.
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STATE EDUCATIONAL MEET
CLOSED THIS MORNING.
DeLAND, Dec. 31-The most suc-
cessful convention in the history of
the Florida State Educational asso-
ciation closed its work here this
morning.
The city has had a gala week.
The headquarters of the teachers
Las been the College Arms, but
many others hotels and private fam-
ilies opened their doors and made
for the success of the meeting.
The leading educators of th. State,
extpt in a few cases w h'ro The1y
veri, unavoi(lably kept away by ,th-
,.r duties, have betn in a -,i,<,'..
:ti(d ent!huisd the inettia: v. i, ;,t!! .

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WANTON DESTRUCTION OF r

BIRD LIFE ON OCEAN BEACH. PEI

TWO YOUNG MEN DRIVING AN A perfect
AUTOMOBILE ARE MAKING A
PRACTICE OF SLAYING BIRDS
OF ALL KINDS ON THE BEACH. 1 U
Complaint is being mad, f of their o IA

killing of numbers of birds-( of all DAYTONA
kinds, oi1 the beach by a ilt of:i AGENCY
i2,': ('n dri l an aI toPI.:;au.ti ,
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H. P. Lh .... '. X 7.


ERLESS ENGINE NA

t and most economical fuel for Au
and Stationery Gasoline Engines.
For sale at all principal podats.

LF REFINING COMPA


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


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downt,,wn t,, tai'k I,<'i'i>-s. The. l,,\ -a
dress and gp) out for "a time." "l''T,
girls have comIpany. IiBut Pi,)ther w ':ih
es the dishes aunl _'ts things reI'!,
for brenkfast and then sits down and
darns st,,cki:,s until bedtime.
Eight h,,urs?
Mother w,,rk; al'ont clghteen'
And the ne,.t day. and the next, and
the next, as long as she can keep out
of bed, motlhcr keeps up these exact-
inc, never on.1dn labors, while the
others get al! the pay.
Supp',S'o the family had to employ a
housekeeper to d.:, this work'. S
would dt -.! :id i hty god),,,I ,Iy f>r
these two shiifts in o:.. A:,t perha i,,
she wo-::d t!'.u" (w ut at the ha1 kitchi-
el door as i..u'h ; .',r \ ;.'.- .
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a:.d4 sav'' s ':: i ,'... ,.s- f.- d
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Thomas


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SDESPLAND


N~om Flotida


Now Open for Season 1909-10.


~LILWAXrE


Owner,


and Manager.


.m Cuaine and Serwice Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all
f Ros 0 Esuite. Steam Heat. Every Modern
CQveie ae. Send for Booklet.

m': tn: ATLAIMC HOUSE, Narragansett Pl. r, Rhod< Isluna.


iE RIDGEWOO1

E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor.


NOW OPEN


witMts i be managed by white Norther
IH lr M of the finest hotels in the North, an
iwltolo the house. The table will be s
d elicies of the season, cooked and served
Oh'f sd Waitresses obtainable.
|^ i uamd : nO&pttor- Prospect House, Shelter Island,



.THE PRINCE GEORGE


Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors
DAYTONA, FLORIDA


Enlarged and Improved Sincc Last Season.


L'ge and Beautiful Grounds---Located on River
Same-Management as THE BRISTOl. A-1 ur- I. k N. J


THE HAMILI


New arh~ F~1 ~t-C>.


DAYTONA


Electric Lights


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supplied
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Electic Bells


Elegant Rooms with or without Baths.

M. a MRS. I. M. MABBETTE. Prop's and Mors.
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THE PINES|
Ated 0o the highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
7y sooml. Acccmodates 50 guests. Rates $S2.50 up. Telc-
fw, electric lights, furnace heat. private bath. New and
j---e _appointments. MRS. J. B. HINSKY. Proprietress
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NEW SEASIDE INN
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
fyuil[g Modern. Homelike and Comfortal-le. Ir-ctlv on
t-ic Beac. Surf Bathing and Fishing $2.50 Pcr Dur: an,,, up
HORACE F. STEWART
DAYTONA BEACH, i. 0i @i D A


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DR. DEANE'S


RENUNCIATION.

A Story and a Lesson For the
New Year.

IT was the evening of Dec. 31, and
the year wa;s ending with glori-
-.ms winter weather. The ground
was hard frozen, but not even a
holly or an evergreen rustled, and the
branches of the bare trees were per-
fectly still.
Dr. Deane stood In his doorway.
Presently there came a sliding sound,
a muttered exclamation, a heavy fall.
He hurried out. to find horse and rider
gone down on the slippery roadway.
but without serious injury, for both
were already rising.
"Can I do anything for you?" was
his natural question under such cir-
cumstances.
"Well-yes: I think you can." said
the stranger. n man whom the bright-
ening mo;,n revealed as tall, broad
shouldert.d. dirk larid not of prepos-
sessiu.n- ap,,:i;r:inceo. "That is." he add-
ed, "if you have a h, use near at hand."
and hlie ft ,e oif fot d legii T l thought-
fully.
fu ..i,::I,,, '.r~' ,!',<." The d~w-,,r
p o i t'i'i "! ;;:.*( .vI int e -'l (J i r
points lf?,! ;[I ,,,i .. ..*fr I it .. "(.


and, sitting erect, exclaimed:
"Deane-John Deauoe:"
The doctor started violently: it was
so sudden an awakening to the actual
present that his professional com-
posure deserted him, and his voice
shook as lhe responded:
"What-what is itn"
"This: I can't sit here by your fire-
NO'de and keep silence. I wonder now
SWhether 1 could not n.uauge to ride
Another five or six miles farther."
i The strange guest looked tisedly at
the doctor's face.
S"So you are chang.Lrd by the pass-
Sing years. are you? Think back a bit.
SDid you never vow that you would bo
revenged on one who wro:ged( you*?"
"Yes-once and only once, if my
memory is true. If there wouldd be anyr
excuse It would be that was a very
young man and hasty of temper, as
the young often are. That vow of
mine has been repented of long since.
I would like nothing better than to
clasp the hand of him who injured
me and tell him I have lorg since
made renunciation of that first pur-
pose."
"You-would-do-that ?" The words
eame slowly, one by one. "Why?"
"Because the past Is past. and life
Is not long enough to be burdened with
anger and resentment. Besides"-
But at this point Dr. Deane was In-
terrupted.
"I am Frederick Watson."
A strange silence fell up.)n these
mlen. 1n-(l it lasted evz .rfil rlllltt-s.
during -whcli the tliii htrf irf t,, ,h hhtid
tr~ilv !'(d l,:i, L i ai;il yv v,.;-<.'
*'l~ *l' 'l! t i I t ; t + '! V l l l
3y ,1, ,;<>\ d." s: iil tthp :r i-t1 < ih>';i.
' 1 i f' r ,o t r i .-i l i > : s : L ,' ..f 1 !'i .
No v., "rd c. on'! .- td p,,s il.',.
"I r&Jl'r iit*,n V(IYou a- : L7r'li;itv -F a"'
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Sojourning at other re-

sorts of Florida who later

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Daytona are invited to


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IV'sA


T': '," : -, N ;'LA> ,LIE ILrI'ATED.
'....... ,' ;' *7" 1' : ; ,1 a ,ut ;sn t
s:;:: .'.: ....;,*. Shaii I put you
aud y,,r kic ,,r up for t he iiht?"
*'Yn ::r,, :.. r"l r'> o) a: 1ert lI
"N, ... ,* .. 'thor m ani
s.~ i'. >; 1 ';: .. :: [ liti .'i .,Vu:! (on-,tl- -
t rutd.-
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thle r,;!y. 1Fvi d ,.tly I nit nut sc ,-
(usl] v hurt, but I think my f,, t i,
prn 4,''" n.T-.,, trying to, walk a st,P.
nn exclamntin escaped him whi,,
meant pain.
"Fortuna.tciv I tIrn a doctor. I will


see to it. Iot 1L'.ha your i tZ', ri
do you t nz i ('TIN LI AV 'Irl !. M IdO i

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is XI'O;E ME TOS THE WOTTri',"

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" W k v 1 1, 1 h ?.v e w a tc '..'t
liere I amn, thrown ilL'" y r !.at,-ds 1,v
fin accident. Expose 1',,v to !t. V
it vou w"I:U. I deserve it.''
Iiut the doctor ritse !An1s i-'
Th tcis wrea :)IC (L?:, U--
flow yea~r, ai a zrIl

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will let us know


~ha~ 1~c. acoModation~s


"THE IVY LANE INN "
A Am KH .rade b (]11 ?bloek to th, fr v r -- I ..: \\, ^
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THE PALMETTO
WOdl own and Popular I)A Y CN A :.C-'.
Overlooking theBeaut:'.' H.,, \ -,9
AsMeiikc and Comfortabcle Hcu-c "
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ARMOUR'S


Star Hams and Bacon


Simon Pure Lard in Pails


PET


BRAND


Evaporated Milk


HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,
HIGHLAND, ILLINOIS.
Put"p. the foUowindsizes:


FAMILY
0lc, 90c dozen
$3.50 case


TALL
lOc straight
$4.35 case


HOTEL
20c
$4.25 case


Our Daily Market!
Quotations.
Armour Star Ham ...... ..lb. 20c
Ferris' Bacon .. .. .. .... .. 55c
Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
S Pais, 3 lbs. 65c.; 5 lbs. $1.00
S 10 Ibs. $2.00 .
P ride Oleo, in rolls .......... 30c
N. Y. State Cream Cheese .... 25c,
Swiss Cheese .. ............40c.
New Potatoes .. .. per peck .60c
SEnglish Walnuts, new crop-lb..20c
Brazils, new crop- ...... lb...20c
SAlmonds, new crcp -...... lb. .25c
Mixed Nuts .. ........... 20c
Florida Pecans ... ............20c
Shelled Almonds, ......... ....60c
Seeded Raisins.. ..13c lb., 2 for 25c
Currants .... .. 13c lb., 2 for 25c
Apricots, evaporated ...... ...18c
SPeaches, evaporated ...... .. 15c
Pears, evaporated .. ...... 25c
Oranges, per dozen.......... 15c


Gra::eru't. cacr .............. 5c
Lettuce, Radish-es, Green O'ions.
Turnips, Beets.Parsley, Mint.
S' ach, a'! 5c bu'-ch
Seast per qt., 10c
S trir g B e a r s 5 ,. ..
Pineamp'es .. 10 a-J "d r; e-",,


The National Biscuit C


Cakes and Crackers


EXCEL


ALL


CAMPBELL'S SOUPS
THE BEST OBTAINABLE--TWENTY VARil
A Table Delicacy Always-Ready for an Emertgey


CAMPBELL CHILI SAUCE, SALAD D
and MUSTARD.


ALL lOc A CAN OR BOTTLE


Scudder's


DRINK


Tetley's


Teas


C rr r'be --I eS


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

TETLEY'S TEAS---


A HIGH CLASS

PRODUCT ....


ORANGE PEKOE
INDIA and CEYLON
FORMOSA OOLONG
MIXED.


Puri-Tan-Ated Brand Coffee


WELCH'S


GRAPE


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romi Choicest Concord Grapes


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THE


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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 in their line and the combination


of Modern TVDe. First-class Workmanship and Good Paver is what nrolducs


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...__.___ -__ ...... + M14,. DAYTONA DAILY NeWS

_-which were addressed to old O'HIg-
I [ Vv I~tllrl ili-li~m ( I+ .0(gins. N'anon and I~ngrahlam.l
"J, +- : i A il "il Iill += i When the nmen name In later Ingra- i _+a
Old OIlizgin's. more bent and forirnu
than ever. sit ili the little doorway
C aptu resoftly %Neelpipg,
C apture-. )Icird?; ,lu-'ried tihl, superir+t;d-
-- i l~~l -- ) Pitt. "IL1%;fit A wle + l ht're*.' I m-11it Iiili" T ,I-lh ~ ~
The Sequel to Nanon's Birth- "lle was hi.re-- s.'" auswered tilt, T Day
day Banquet. old ii'":t bit terly. "+A "i has gi !e
iut if i I'e .,,ti t'Mtudi 41t;
BI VIRGINIA TYLER IIUSGN rhim li, ,,! :,.. r f,,r tis i.,s,,,r t E
Q 'lnisuiit *" criti I ngraliar h al, si :ii h
Copyright, 19, by American v-reu eu l Y, C r
-V. ssoiat ~tA I twad t hese?' said*01 ig gins1. hanri
T u oere ew. itok the opvne'd one of O'lliggi .s 1- 1i
gte women few-er, ii tihe voristrtietlj'' "You hav e dleceived Tile gzrossly?" it
+-1 camps along the keys, it mustl be a started, wtilT out Introdu(tio. "Yoiu
wilted that the coming of Na.,,1 have tried to foist your ugly daughter
.O'H.ggis scarcely a flutter in .on me under false pretenses, and I re-
th" ++le busly campd lIne.bel. I have gone away-so far that you n.
henold Ji O'Iliggins careless will never be able to find mle to marry I tect ive
rpmsrked tbnt he would not eat at th your daughter that cannot cook."
camp table, as be had his daughter Bewildered. the man opened the oth-
with him and would take his s.hrt er+ note.
13 "9"Dear M. Ingraham." It rend. *I am
from the commissary to his shack. t rn"" a
-' ,. was the cue of AnJer Itegan and IPeter forced to the flight. ignottitiilus. Mile. Fl stock Electric Ios Cfee P
;..!I trolt at all. On arriving at hier hbone ttian- Griddl, Chaing ishes, Fans an
*I gins shack at the close of the first noun(ced today I saw her father pre-
ti.i day's work. It was not because of a paring those so elegant dishes we tarave
i+<+:i /~~a-ck-of welcome that they we,,t no, thought she made. Ofrcoursei,+n,, I -in T HS AN Z ErT
more-nt least for some time. marry tier, but fear they will try to TU7L
"-Not much for looks, sure," was t he T('thsounlasant state on mie.
-.. ".pronnnclimento of Anjer IRegan : Your iunotorboit I return from .Miaini." W lER COM
i thy went bark to tile buhi ,k boat dow!i Uncert:,in whether to laugh or joinI
at the edge of the scraggly coral t i the lament' Ingrahani stood
"Her eyes g:v t ileC t ti r.'; ti, Stii g it thie epistles. T uien thethi ,utg i .
Looks as if shie hd a r'Irgin t- ,f tilie LIfrs sai eyes cam"e, to hi,-.
o1at the world.- iitl Nail'),:i'' hi' asked soliewtIV:t
"Mos' prothatly.' wilt 21 i'i! .<'a;1 i htwllrekerWC OF
hare--not with ze ,orl, !,;, X hith z' "'l,;. :iJ t wi lr k her rirou~l
old (Yilig-rits. %% 11 iIj.VO._ ?.:I 1"e t:,. 1 heart t~o see. youl ab ag in1h, ii'
N in t in. i':ir)uliev '. Suc'h at ti:', t., I Ii tt in. to think I bri''tht this
suchtit a fe: t I 1i uu ti' ". 3' t ugh t I '' 'i We admit it frankly 'he ,erchnn.' Bank wants
lip .... V^--i l~~~~iss t'tiilt. it it11;Ml;. u~'il \\ !i,'+ '! I ,, it Por v,.1 r '',, :'' The 01h1 lit~ttS s, ts I. ..
Km s to the girl of the glad New Year! tier.. :t ':' can assure you that in return for .oar biness this ta
'.. m,,,s. -- -- -- l -- -- her. pimllf' It V-'lnc) s'' h hrul'O et t1:1 nfIrtos '
Whether she's yonder or there or here. d ": s l t which we believe almost veriect hut anqixestioned s-c
Ol~ l lle &.1y\ I: hlllw l S-t' t, ho'i -1), -;1 l o I,\ this [+ iop rdl so much t,
Whether in furs that are flecked with snow the while sa it %olien ( ll iLt.r c(i,,H,, tlici: ,i:jirie'dI I grnli:: ii. ed to our care.
Or o ne in "i epa or caic ,1 o) hill, "'0, I,.o" wals tile hasty answer.
ya iwned gingnha~m CrcalCo, PuI 3) .... :' J h at aus e. In cold, unassuming! figures, here is our 4 uarante
*sun.,__l k...issed__ ...thL '\Vc \t'-rot: heil Sl ,t lh,' v'v' Itty i'e come to think she didn't
lWieether" sh~e dwl~ells in the 51 1 l{ ilto coi ,p ".. to the sl:a'k for (dirler I,, love him It :ilI, but was doing It to less of the amount he may have in this bank
the toe hugged north or the desert's drouth, night, 1r. Itngraiharun." id t he old inn; ile:i' in. ShIi new I w-anted her
The u sweet and sane, the is ft for heaven, hesitatingly,. "This Is my little girl*\ to n:virry a Frenc'hmn and thought Capital .
at1 we trst she'll Ftay till nineteen even. birthday. nod I thought- tis wa: her only chance. You know, and
Ingraham hesitted. my p,,,ur Natnon Isn't exactly what Surplus Profts
"'b. w hr not*/' heo hught. "-1T! i' m1ght ? h called beautiful." he broke S c o e Lal
once won't h,,rt" nit'. Thle oldI ch:, J,, off deprecatingly.
0 fond of the girl. I suppose, too, and fi, Inu.glnihain's face broadened in ai sup-
N olll lill ill P la c eJ i hates to see her :+egle'ted."'. So he ant:- pressed smile, but the father wenit oni Total,
YY4iggis. we'll be on deck." Mr. IngrNhain." he said. "somVething Sm
All thiree of i he muet: kum ~w ,Inn t it you houlId halve known l,tfore. hut x, 2000 htaon tnsbt
'was to di re we! I. In thie city lt ira- non said 1 m~ustn't tell. 1'lt'e rca ,t sonynosbe o,
Sh,,tin was hue win: 's sue,-h arti cI u1-:re goes hackel a long time. Once I had anypsillo.
Ill i Ili thaIt it wvas ai statnditg i,,1'he with i~,evory thjlng I wanted, an]dt hen i It We repeat: This bank wants your b
Li t& I i I, t I llil~lid~tllll il riert',is tI,;,ti !,, v,,i'w nd sinrx ,' do>wit ,,' wouhiin:'! have been niecessa rv f ,r tat,.

~~~~~~~~~~Lh'sIt,1 il. too ket!''\ r. 5>1, \ino ''f tlin r'gs we diu+li' Iu!k(ow whstit 1'rocugiit \ (,t i'+ I Me~r chartb t & I &i i l
('I]Ii UF :.v I',! twi :,'h u\- ., t ',,'rtt!I,'e1 t,, so tani,!:. b~ut we (lid. It was the cook+lx
+ .. aP { Von, C t'nty [-
adm!ilt 11t:1! liH\ i *l t'' e'lli l HI .LlI'' l bes t r l rePi. Naition:i knew%, hitt Stit' onily l~li tigt i. ...Y
ansi, r,'>i;aiiJ::I-, hid~ th.,x .< t ,\ d' n edl land le't mel halve HI,' t\'52' : i,','t- N
a ; +,.- :. .. ,\ I i:- l c' !.X !:i] it illtt + Io i H:, Ii I' '. i D M~cFR!DL] F: -,{ -.
aI., :; '. :.1 t t ,1 \ w t i; -+, < + N r o :.
Asa tflrllllinIT which t9l Slnth winter W*' '.i ,,,,,, l' i iii:. afo : .,V s-::,.\# l'.JLJ ,ai~ ';


o it D ay toaa is K iO the Fro I ,u .. -
of N- In 3WH ,1un'
n d over as ite Fr-atiest Resort in :.I!. Iii >2: .t 'j 1"c''IOE @ @SEE E1EOU1E
t.lt J It' +t i ,It ,,t -

ahMdina- d the Beauty oi the City is as T'v- 4 I.. i j [Lj: ultiwn ',I I t;;':.:t I I.' NICe AIssortek
l ,I t `3 i it U t [ ra, ti':1 1' t bl Arect of the Universe left It. the ,m,',,,,- .,,,,,: "i::! '' telne kr"" .A:'l .
A :1 I I,,- hAS !W4 : S!i~jtct. \% u:1. did. I 'l 1('at-count o)f 111%- 1:1'u~s M s i n Ch is a
pe10-s- to ni)r itre
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ti~t' t'!vitrl+'tns + .',I Na i.' s~ltui!11 i tiiir\ p'lll- ermissionJl t) wo ' inu re t! i. ""1 "1' ,, l't11 1t4 h si g' 't N ,,w d o 'r- t y o u s e e St,- sil t d ii ,' .' j
tiuls," :u d t ht hi ) III i lit' ,sto im ct'li. W ut w while I kept the holluse' niiti (,,,,'I, I
su reIl 1i "IT t eSli "t to Ibe w itth' ''I : ''C o o in g wv as t 't utn! in tih n g i ,u tA .
rival. 1. t ,, 1 Piol i it'silr. IhI:Ive Ihese do. you see. but I can co',k. alren'
y t5 t,,,t-n in sear['h of n gi),,,tl cookintrg tins atlw av ys beet:' in h L ies 0
cooi atrd I lea r ed fro m srO (i f w hi-st U
I-inrahimn h:! (,ktNi ait his cO~lp:itu,- experts al.ve. "ell. I b"g.t: or to thInk mB IN G H A M & M A
fr r f c u l s N .- ric, o u g ht to g e t ti tr iu' l. fo r 1 U9
'"L.ittle Ic .tsa s.'s lie tL iittcredl. a tie Some little (.'1, ii rt:t n,,,I n
weeusli t o In funor:n you.'' saI MY old aie. She neve. n.
F h espard one night, after a thtouOh if Ih's- knew lhw lt.QiflIlt FRE
longIer vkI titan ul. svbeni he arid heart aid ti:idl are. ist' ,f et k,.; *Ig
-. Mu ;" Nanon hu:id ctzoue folr a walk alongi the :at the f:ace Ln~tl '; xt' h vehl tltt
corai le:n-h. "''z t I hav'e ze titumnare !, I'lamI a scht'tti ft,r ; ",-t I, I.
boe btthorro iou N Mlle Nanox: (J1IIF>- lItn. I thi Lzoht if :arwra!~utt *****EEEE3EEE ~OS
g1;S.- lie hlomvetllw Lh litr I v' Tuli Ii tt~ :t' t 1i'
''Well. '''u turned the trick ("'1 1 '; Put I"9 fau". nu s. '' Christmas-tree Lamps
"% Vc!,,a U tur er t''
.. n Equipment tor sale : :

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April first

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50,000.00
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LIQUORS '
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Just Received


SSd Cases and Bags in Leather and Grass

Trmks, Telescopes, Straps, Tags, Etc.


Cal and See Them.


THE PECK.HENDRICKS CO.


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SHEPPARD'S
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SFlorida -= Western Meats0

Fancy Groceries all fresh
Apples, RaA a,$, Figs, Grape
*0 Fruit, Oranges, Tangerines
STurnips, Celery, Carrots 9
Etc.

N. Beach St. 'Phone 119.
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nuon nonouonololO UE.l*UOl


BARNES
STHE NOVELTY MAN
Sells Btntlon-ry and School Ruppli-s.
Phlionogiraphs. Se wluin gMachines.
STvptwrittrs. Crockery. ( S('utltry. Fishing Tackle, Toys and
Notion-..
2 o BARNES
SWill ai o frame your Picture, flx
Sour laLmps nnd [mbrelhlit. hsharlw.n
vyour Sniv -,ir.d oth.-r T(ooXI- ind r,-pWtlr
S;:i,.o- In tnct. for any want call on
BARNES
STHE NOVELTY MAN
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Special B0
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EMBROI


To make room for our new ebraideri- Hj
what we have at half price;



The Chas. E. Gard"


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CRYSTAL I


THEATRE


MOTION PICTURES


PROGRAM


The Brothers- Full Reel


Across The Divide
(Fall Reel,


Extra Reel--Three Thousand
Feet of Films To-night


ILLUSTRATED SONG


Selections Ly WOODS ORCHESTRA I

MATINEE TO-MORROW
10 ccrts


No pictures sw .own y us nless th-y
kae been passd apun Ly tre Yew
TYrk Police Cen'cr ;.iard.


DAYTONA


OPERA


HOUSE


Next Attraction


Meadowbrook


JAil. 11


Seats on Sale


at Hankins


Drug Store.


Dance Every Monday
Evening.




"IN4IRIVEW' ORANGE')'
You cre znvitel to visit my c-'ove,s
ail Up-tll' 7e ~j~Ho use, zl

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J. M. CoK-k was i!I thle c.: fre!"
Orlando. Thur,,da.i driv ing ocr I.Cr :
his car.


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the Circumcision. H'uiy
will be c2elrat,d ,,.t
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LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
4:48 today; 5:07 tomorrow.

THE TEMPERATURE.
(Reported by F. D. Spring)
Maximum 51; minimum 25.

THE WEATHER.
Fair and warmer tonight a:ua Sat-
urday; variable winds.

*Furnish,4-d Rooms, with h,.at::a
syv.tellm and lavatory. ""S Volu.i.
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CARPENTERS' LOCAL No. 1725
TO RECEIVE HIGH OFFICER.
Local No. 1725, of the Carpenters'
Union will extend invitations to the
other local unions of the city to be
present at a special meeting at Union
Hall next Monday night to meet Robt.
E .L. Connolley, secretary of the ex-
ecutive board of the United Brother-
hood of carpenters and Joiners of
Amnerica, who expects to be in Day-
tuna from Sunday until Tues-day. Mr.
Connoileyv is en routp fron t;e s, .th-
-n >1 :-t' t of t St t,., 1..s h'.it- i
44'I, n ". !;k a ;. \ \la.1

SAYS HE WILL BLOW
UP U. S. SENATE.
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Let us help you solve the problem of
him for any time. A nice Sit wog*-
either father or son. Coat Sweater
Slippers, Moccasins, Suit Case, Travelan-
Umbrella, Fancy Vest, Hosiery. Suspenders
Neckwear in Individual Boxes. : :




We Have for Ladies and Childres


Fine Coat Sweaters from S10.00
Slippers, Moccasins and Hosiery.




FOSTER


The Story of a Statue.
TILhere was s,!- up in the st'ventcnen
century at lar~iouthl. 1I-:e t'f ~t
,what Is f..;tytkhe cus urio~us
pie.'e (I art extant. urvicrt--] t-ot~lk-.
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The Lottery ,.'ania.
The birst lottery un re.s.,r'i
land was drawn in L,-.;,In


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the proceeds bei,.g dev.,t'.,l to public
purposes. Four hb:ndred tihtuisand lots
were drawn for the prizes of cash and
silver plate, and for four months uoth-
ing else was thou-,,t or talked of. and
the delight of the winLers and the
despair of the u:jfortunriates seemed
equally exaggerated. A perfect epi-
demic of lotteries followed, there be.
'ug no laws upon the subject, and soon
there were lottery tailors, lottery tea
merchants, lottery barbers (who with
each shave at threepence gave a ticket
that might draw a ten ,oimnd prize.
lottery shoebiacks, Io#tt!eryt eatin.-
Louses where fur sixpe::ce a plate of
incat Ci.! ltt." ,h:v] r, e of .Ir2wi,.v ,;!>
p ...eas e ''t,-* i; t'a. ,. a: .. '< ,.; (i,)v:i

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BICYCLE REPAIR


CITRAl BRiDGE


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and D O O R SCR EEN S. N N W
Turuimi, Scrdl Sidnd
North Ridgewood Ave.



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