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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: January 3, 1910
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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: VID00391
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PKUid Every Evening Except Sunday During Ncmberr. January, Febru wy and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BD yMTED PRESS.


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'-----*DAYTONA, FLORIDA,__MONDAY.__JANUARY__-,__19__--
,:: DAYTONA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1910 15 Cents per Weld
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CONGRE" WILL INVESTIGATE


THE CONTROVERSY AND THE


,,,UCKLV SDUEO CHARGES OF CONSPIRACY.

J| ^BTWp UENT AND WASHINGTON, Jan. 3-According
L AaN"Ia to prospects Senator Kanute Nelson
W LAUNCHING of Minnesota will preside at the
t tril of Secretary Ballinger and
t |Chief Forester Pinchot, wh!,ich is to
*edo.k bkSft'day morn-be conducted by a joint committee
4 9t es an gentle, of six members each from the Sen-
r watecing the launch- ate and House.
l frot of the Sara- The resolution providing for the
l Beach stret, dis- investigation is to be introduced in
Io A the roof of the both branches of Congress \\'etdnes-
m and Sanitariutm day. The charges ( consHiracy l y
| he Inn on the South. both sides is expected to im:kt the,
was at once sent in chairmanship difficul:. l(ii;i:Iit
Central and the developments ,irt l.-xipect-d.
Splant and the fire,
Suff lwere wounded. In "MEADOW BROOK FARM"
M e engaged in TO BE PRESENTED JAN. 11th.
Fe b oat hurried to
4 | l hospital and by In the story of W\V F. Mann's i,'. -
Sbkelpt the fire under ; est success, 'Meadow Br<,ok Far:m,
i. r from a tank closed which comes to l)aytona ol .Jan. Ilih.,
arrival of the vol-the author, L. BI. Parker. has \Vo'cji
with the hoe, a most interesting story aroulil the
Wa tu"h on what life of "Si Holden," a quaint New Eng
|. 0 l0re nu r the roof, land farmer, whose grand dauiihter.
m eammtaMnaraved. The Mary Holden, is being i)rostocuted by
H oll & e to a section one of those city chap)s, Stanlyc Ward
ont me or two rooms from Boston Ward has been thlie di-
h. ^ ^ t rect cause of Mar\ s't,.iiL: at- 'ti:.
a* good pressure of and lihv i in I,"',..-. t*:.


fire company, which
4 scene, did most
i was fortunate
d discovered at ai,
hell) was lica, "
ftire, it would seem,
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a nearby.


INV O OdTH
' flLE IN A BALLOON.

URG. Jan. 3 On
t prominent nmei-
fteean Geographical
sh "-1 today that t'ko
efers will attempt
e kpole in a dirig-
Sbaloons have al-
beJ. l Ernest Shack-
ROAM& -explorer who
"00 SN af point south,
$ will be impossible
St e peculiar Antarctic


MM W YEAR'DAY
-- W YEAR'S DAY


J f boat "1910," recent-
t J. H. Baker, by Con
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SMVOIfs New Year's
b0 e6 4 the Saratoga Inn
sea GVK
1fte a wedge, 36 ftt, ;
S 6 00th, and 3 fe-t aind
0 Wl at the stern. She i.-
II a racing model, '> hor ,c
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The year just passed Iams bee a mihty prosperous one
for as aad to the May Iridsa md peatreas who have a.Jed
in makig 01 sM ce" le.P N are tndy grateful.
We are ambitious and wew vat to imae 191 the bgest aad best year in our
store's hisory. We realize that omy by servi yew interests better than the rest
cam, we hope to aco .pihe o obiec--*s hr 10 we promise ev better and
more efficient store service. biger and if poss Ie better goods anl the same reason-
able prices. We aim to give you perfect store service. We truth by this means to
be favored with your continued patronage.
For 1910 we wish you the happiest, most prosperous year you have ever known.

Gruber-Morris Hardware Company



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CHARITY BALL AN
ELABORATE AFFAIR
The first annual (Iharity lall given
by the local lodge o(f Elk. at the aT-
inor' New Years K \ t-, on (e (iof
thile nmot enjoyable affairs 4f its kind
ever held in LDaytona About thirty
couples were iresient, although the
attendance would ino doubtt ha'e beent
double that number had thte 'Meath.r
been more favorable.
The music furniheid )by \\od l
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WAR ON HIG-IPRICED


FOOD STUFFS STARTED.,


TM ENTIAL RAINS FIU


O THERN MOL


ONE MILLION FAMILIES WILL, TWELVE MAROONED ON AN I*.


BOYCOTT COMBINES BEEF


TRUST FIRST.


WASHINGTON, Jan. 3 War on
higher prices of food stuffs, which
will seriously cripple the combines, is
being planned today by a central
!committee h,-re that prop'set a boy-
Scott by o:me million n fai;iiii-s thirougih-
oIt the c,'ntry rv The f.rst battle xv i!l
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WHAT ALDERMAN MILLS SAYS
OF CITY ISLAND WORK.

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TO COP[ENHA[GEN U IV[RSITY?

MOVEMENT NOW ON FOOT LOOK


ING TO THAT END


John Bairett, director of the international bureau of American rtpubMcls
and who probably knows more than nuiy other inin about eotutieous! in C',i
trial America and the relations of the United States with the little rep'l!'!i.-
lias come out as a strong mlncdtate of a uii)on tof the Central A'l r'i'i r,'
publics. lie tirgoes that this (cou try t:'k 11t1, ill p s 'lil o frietn:'y st"'"", t. ..
al'out u.w-c!i a coalition :121 di''w ires t' :t It is tl;.1 oly I tinll ed dtlirlic'lllt thut l:I\ e hi:!ti- setl h., 'ti t:ii !i ''l i! t '!>s fc! Tr ,t ',; .'.
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LAND AND THOUGHT TO U
DEAD, RESCUED THIS MORNING

LOS ANGELOS, Cal., Jan. 3-Twelvt
persons marooned on an island form-
ed by the overflowing Santa Ana riv-
er, who were believed drowned, were
rescued today by life savers.
Torrential rains have raised all t.t
streams to tho danger mark.
Volunteers and city employees am
.U'sy i','culin ; nianl persons maroon-
,,d in th.' ,.ountry h.)uses throughout
!'.- .'..'ri^' of S,--irhern California.

RAILROAD PRESIDENTS
CONFER WITH TAFT.


'V.ASHINGTON, Jan. 3-Six big
'; irtad presideuts discussed with
zresi'l'-nt: Taft today his )ropozition
tfr (Idrastic railroad control to be set
present .
t,'th 2ii a spt).'ci-'il message to Con.
1r* ss this week.. Thie conference
t.1as :n unusually long one for the
WVhitu tI oust_. Presidents Lovett.,
Baer, Finley, trown. .McCrea and
Mell'rn. repre.r:tt.t:g the biggest rail-
ro4d .8.-L S 4 (1'.S tf t,.- country were
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ACCiD[ENT CORNER SCORES
STiLL ANOTHER VICTIM.


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Paper Hanging
Decorating
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T. E. Fitzgerald E. F. oates
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Bpeetl!l Fncllitl.pq for Examining
and Perf-t-tlng Land Titles
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 13


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RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
Disposition to Trpat You Right.
Lei Es Be Your Jewelers.
L. H. ROWE & CO.


NEVILLE H. CLARK
OPTOMETRIST.


EYS t -FRAMES FITTED
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Happy New Year


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DR. C. DeW. AKE

AM Dentist
Office Hour*--:-W to 4:W
Office, South Beach trt Oppo-
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IT PAYS TO BUY
2 87 CLOTHING Bac aio
SNorth and SHOES strt S1
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LING WAH ed
CHINESE LAUNDRY up
r 214 KACH STRKKT. DATYTONA. FLORIDA. Wt
Dre Shirts... 12 Night Shirts Z0
Chitek Shirts 1 Woolen drhirts. w.
Cbeek @khtrtcl 6, Vndprt-hirts W
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(ollArxs or Cuffs -,2 Handkrchi, fi
Also Ladie- Cloth_- at corr-por=n'i.: pr,:,-. t

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PRODUCERS OF THE T
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I Everything for
the BABY--the MOTHER
the COUSIN---the AUNT 9
CA" BE FOUND AT
SWoman's Art Exchange o
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MAC'S BREAD .0
STHE REAL STUFF

: MAC'S CAFE
THE REAL THING



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Clear Havana Smokers 5c.
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By L. C. DEMAREE.
One of Daytona's crowning glo-
es is her incomparable beach. No
ie who ever set foot upon its
nooth, packed sands; no one who
ver pedaled a bicycle over its ex-
anse; no one who ever drove a
dancing pair of horses and listen-
d to the popping of their steel shoes
pon its asphaltum-like face: no one
ho ever steered a high-power au-
imobile down the broad stretch of
ave-washed and surf-packed sand
it realized that it is a world-beaz-
r. a world-wonder. Go sta:d upon
"ts :it- sp-edv ay a:: i ?m th.- lap-
z o ''T l T.y K :

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9 A Specialty of t
Interior Decorating.
Orders May Be Left at Rowes
S. Jewelry Store. j

AUTO OWNERS, ATTENTION-
You can get your tires patched up
any old place, but for real, reliable
Vulcanizing Work that will stand the
racket, send your repairs to the Vul-
canizer, Cottage Ave., opposite Yacht
Club. Win. S. McGREGOR, the ori-I
ginal Daytona Tire Man-Agent for,
the FISK RUBBER COMPANY.

If you must Chew and Smoke,
Chew and Smoke with Us. We
have the TOBACCO GOODS.


T. F. CURTIS


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BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
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(superficial observer. With such lav-I
ish wealth of natural beauty it be-
came an easy t'ing for the hand of;
man to give the finishing touches
which have wrought out the colors
and outlines of the big picture.
Man did all this in the laying out,
of the streets with their wide margin,
of parka ,. TL. entire city becomes
a great park, with driveways intr-!
sectlnz. n ,ies ,:pon miles of drive-
ways s s L 4) Aq to attract m-,Ctorists
from all o, za-r tie c,ntinLilt.
And .s ifor the pavem:'-nts. pave-
ai-r.ts thait look and act like granite,
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E. D. MILLS

BARBER
Hih Class in Every
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M. L. Waggoner
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Desirable Building
Lots on all streets
in town; also river
and ocean sites
Offlet* on
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IEABREEZE


SEABREEZE and DAYTO0l
BEACH, two enterprising i
progressive towns on the Iag,
fax Peninsula, are geographically
although incorporated as se
municipalities. The towns parl"m
the peninsula north and south far -
Sdistance of from thrre and oneu-b
to four miles, and extend east =el
west from the surging seas of tht
Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax Rivqm
i the beautiful tide-water stream t
Assets them apart from Daytona wiK
Which they have close communism
Sby means of three bridges, as well n
a half-hour ferry service. '.
SScabreeze and Daytona Beach ax.
essentially summer and winter ric-
sorts and are making hundreds -
new friends every year among o !ag
who desire to escape the discomflort
ing extremes of heat and cold, and
their hotels and boarding houm'
are now receiving splendid patrol-
age from the most dscriminating
class of tourists.
The mean average te.:-cratwre_ 89
dcrCes 1:n the summer i:: 70 degree
a.1 :he winter. w th .- 'czasioal
*.rra riie or drop' c: i ;. la-:s' dur..
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S.i ... .. ,arI a ad~. c -. l .-tnooth H
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a am& wftWng i though.
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i f 1b 18 giaud rains dating back
Sa e b ee i and story of ian
SMate MRe witrh wires of
saM ad orn aple andetelephmr e
if miles of l asets an bard and
to a s a e over-arsche d by
bwysoet giant s tat grew in state-
17 pei&O aduriftg the lapse of by-
gones e rips, New Sgmyrna is truly
a pedm of romance and rest.
ll mature her is very inviting to
thei tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
too isto befoun the best fishing and
hunting in the State of Florida.
The people are thrifty, the busi-
am men enterprising, and all unite
in extending the welcome hand of
hospitality to strangers. There are
'five church edies for white people
and an equal number for the colored
p atiom;the town has an excellent
high school, a splendid public lib-
mry, and up-to-date business houses.
T ie are ally lumber of pretty
homes for permanent population,
which numbers close to 2,000, and
some very me winter residences.
There amm good hotels and boarding
bouse where you can find accomo-
datioms to meet your requirements.
Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a
section of vegetable land as can be
found anywhere. This land has
been divided into small farms which
can be bought at reasonable pr ces
Some of the finest celery grown in
the State is raised on this laud. All
other vegetables grow in abundance,
and here, too, is the home ot the la4 -I
ous Indian River oranges
New Smyrna has no bonded ii-
debtedness and the tax lcvx i- lc
A point that no tourn: to visit is the ruins ot the OI&1 tya,-
ish Mission which stand .SonibLi :indi
alone about one and a quarter mile'-
southwest of New Sin 4 :aa. A good
road leads tothe place and the trip
cam be easily made by an automobile
Silent, in the great pine fliatsi by the
mugin of the forest, is this place oi
pilgrimage for the pious; this rca-
dsavous for the picnicker. The ruius
am extensive, anzd while there is no
amtetic history of their origin, it
is presumed that the Mission was
iBt by the Franciscans in the days
wm OW once powerful Kingdom of
Spai.a ift planted its flag upon what
is ow American soil.. It was built
of oquinaL, the roof being of the
m material, cut into thin slabs
aad covered with cement plaster
Kxteaai~v gardens surrounded it,
which were enclosed by a stouc
wall portions of which still reinmaiu
Visitors usually come in parties'
marry and curious but the sj.ell o,
the place soon falls upon them and
they separate to sit alone, sile.it 4;.uA
meditative, undcr the ar.hels or t,*4
side the ancient well.
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I ORMOND is five miles north of
Daytoaa, located on the western
bank of the Halifax River. The lo-
cation of the town permits of good
drainage and perfect sanitation; the
elevation is superb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge con-
nects Ormond with Ormond Beach..
Many fine residences are main-;
tained on either side of the river,
most of them embellished with sub-
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
Thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees.
The town is very cosmniopolitan,
has an excellent graded school, sev-
eral churches, a tmine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
comnitortable and coaivc!iciut hotels
and boardli ni houses.
Orn.oiiond his I..1mv o" t!h- Florida
.ttr'actieons --.::e ':-lilt ,' ^' .* .is in,xu
e cC,-.llcTIt aatornob, iini 1 ,'oatiln..
'.alu 1b ;ous cl himat e a: J r lcasant
walk'. i'i~t driivc-s.
At U:iLJ !, Bech '..*.:;d the
lar.e ttotel O.r'n,;d, ard its lc -er
sister, Bretton Iin't. T.e c f":iucr oc-
cupies a po,.ition ovci lokh l i the
Ilalitax River, whille the ltter lias as,
its outlook the imauihccnt beach and
the bioad Atlantic.
The walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
bors, shady and inviting spots and
romniantic nooks are crowded with
rustic scats which are mIIute invita-
tions to enter into the eujoymNeut
thereof.
SBesides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-
riage or automniobile-lonii drives and
short drives; drives through groves
of golden oranges; dri.cs through
dense tropical lorc.st-, to Spanishi
Sruins; drvI-Cs to thie ai,-c:st Ca4...
I- tult bvy the, ,v. .- antr
of lon a o. a. 1'-dT rivs' t, t"' 'lata-
tioln0 Ot hc'irpitaible ,.: ..Wrs. whose
p l.^,c 7 P. ? re p le te w i" i:\ ., ,. <:t^ t
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PEOPRIOTOR

Rates:
$3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
Excellent Hunting
and Fishlng
NEW MYRNA
FILRII)A


HOTEL

TURNBULL
NEW SMYRNA
FLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
lin..r s for .Motor-
Ing P rthi's a
Hptwcialty
Rates: $2.06 per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES
PI OPRI ETORS


M. A.

GALB REATH
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW SMYRNA
FIRIIDA


BELL'S
While at
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LUNCH

BELL'S


1. C. CilSHIOLM
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Confectious
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OR WRITE TO

MACON

THORNTON
ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTEREST D
IN PROPERTY IN
(O)RM ND OR
ORMOND BIEAH'II
H. WVIIli GIv. )our
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Prirv.itc Bath. M.ci-
vice and Cuviu-ic
Unexccllcd.
A. M. WATSON
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COOK'S GROVE

Ou the Ormond
Road Halt Mile
South of Ornioud

O! L)I thIc 11in t ,t
Grvcs, ii Volultia
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VOLUSIA

COUNTY

BANK
DZLAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
President
J. B. 'ONRAD
Vice Prtsldt nt
S. -A. W"O1)
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G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drugs. Stationery,
Huyler's Candies,
Kodaks, Cigars
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J. W. PERKINS

Attorneucy and
Counsellor
at Law

Wl;: Prnette.. *:,

F'. (l.tl-'i
Court,
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IT LANI'. F'I A.


W. D. HAYNES
Grocer
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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
read 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; nearly $300,000 endow-
ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
resenting an investment in buzldiug,
endowment and books, of more than
$120,000. The library is the United
States Government depository for the
State of Florida, and contains over
15.000 volumes. Science Hall, one


of the newest of 16 buildia-s, with
its furnisbin-,s, represents an outlay
ot $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of
the most beautiful college buildings
in the South.
The city has a population of about
3,500, with a thickly settled country
adjacent. DeLand proper is five
miles east of the St. Johns River, on
Sthe high, rolling pine land of the
Great "Orange Ridge' of Florida.
The predominating products are
oranges and grapefruit, the estimated
crop from this vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaclies, pears, Japan persimmons,
Slums, pec4us, .uavas, *itriwbq3-
Saud olier truit3s -t'S grown mi plenty.
la th.,: way .: f public improvementt.
ar! manV. Vli',;. o 2: IuCe !-h ll roads, a:
;c ,jcl -'tt. ''.i^ school,, l c)cA u r 't .i
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PORT (WAN~fiI

DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY

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'KRl OUKANtI. ii a pretty little'
village situated nice miles south of
D)aytoia on theL Daytoua New Sminyrna
hard-su lta,-c road, the scenic highway
,t the fast C,,,i.t The town is l,
.,td on the lii t:l'.11 Rivcti, over
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DILAND, FLA.
Four Colleges wAn 6
Technilcs I albooi
equipment cot.
Ing nearly 94lWM.
Endowmentr
Faculty of 49 Pro-
f.#ssors and In-
structors. ('ChristUa
but non-gectarlan
T+i.chlng.
For Information,
Laddlrvss:
Lincoln Hulley,
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BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
Mainufacturers of
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
Ag ,nt.,s:
MiisuryN Pnints
P'aroid Rooting
Whit, hllC m ( eint
Ei I 'orado Pliast-r
( i t>rvla'lIy Brick
BoLd Maiind Bricr
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StsevMs.iDryea, Stearms and


Cadillac


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MOTOR CARS


le Atlantic Motor Car Company
42 and 43 Beach Street


GILLE'S


Cut Rate Drug Store.


Everybtody call, and reap the


. I personally put up all


pres ptios solyou are sure of
lawfid ad correct work by a
registered drugist.


GILLE'S DRUG STORE.


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IN THIS SPACE....


SThe Daytona

I Auto Transit
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Company....

SWill have something
Interesting to say.
onooonoonooooaoo


UM RUTH COATES TENDERS
DELIGHTFUL WATCH PARTY
MM RUth Coates entertained some
thit or more friends at her home on
-iK se-e avenue, Daytoa Beach, on
New Year's eve. The parlor was
WighItened with New Year's decora-
tkdo. A large bell was suspended
fhom the centre of the room, and af-
ter the company assembled each of
the guests were invited to take a
New Years' leaf which was suspend-
ed from the bell and on which they
were expected to write an original
New Year's resolution in verse. These
resolutions were read aloud :,Y the
merriment of thet company Hadw:n
Courtenay won ner.tlman, f.r-t i~r:L
and Miss Grace Ka-,.... l.... :r-.
prize. Refreshnt-r.:- V. r .:" ,.i
and a most deli ttrl *. -:.: .-
joyed by those ;,rt:.: : ;-..- T: :.-
lowing Dayto'a -,, .- ,, :.' .
were pr(-e,.t ,.---- i.i'.k- :
laume an.d h:.:. ly -l.-. \ ... .
Everett t \ llau... ......' \ I .
Carl Sparks i:.d R M. .

UNION PACIFIC MERGER SL T.


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TIE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Published every evening, except Run-
day, from Dember I to April 1. rjy
'rTHE GAZETTE-NEWS (C'.
T. K. FrTRGKUALD,. Editor-Manager.
C. HARRIS, City Editor.
Geo. F. CoccH. aSupertntendent.
Entered as second-class matter IX-
cv.nibvr 1. 1i9. at the post office at
Iytona. Florida, undt-r the Act of
March S, 1W.




Heart to Heart

Talks.
ByEDWLN A.N-YE.


AN INFANT 'IILLIO.NAIRE.
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The following party arrived Friday
and are guests at the Ridge-wood: H
Haman. Allentown, Pa.; Miss Nera
Haman, Miss Ella Hughes. M:-.Iss Eliz-
abeth Harsh, Philadelphia An-cng
other arrivals of the saMe da*z, .,. :n,-
Ridgwood cere: Mr. ar'e :'- .' ::,
Judd, s .n a::d r. a:d. '. :: ',


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Number of Nails to a Horseshoe.
Centuries ago there lived a farrier.
Walter le Brun by name. whose dex-
frtty at the anvil on the occasion of
4 great tilting meeting on the bauns
at the Thames was noticed by the
then reigning monarch. Edward Ill..
Who rewarded the blacksmith t,
grantIng him sufficient land adjining
t tilting green for the erection there
O of a forge. An quit rent he had to
present annually to the king six horse-
aboes and sixty-one horsesh-e nails.
To the modern mind the number (f
Mails would appear to be suvrfu.-,..-
but when it is rememLnred tl.at tL'-
horseshoes of that period required t-::
balls apiece it will be s,-ui t:.. t._
calculations of Edward Ill r,,-rev a:
lowed une over ir. case of a:...d-:.:
Furthermore. iLe L's '\v-e .; :.., l .,
for the L-,r-ra. f r lit-v:, : _. :
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Count de Buisseret.


New Xinister From Belgium Well
Versed In Sports.


PEERLESS ENGINE i

A perfect and most economical fuel for Aum
and Stationery Gasoline Ea


For sale at aMl prindpi plpoo


GULF REFINING CO


DAYTONA
AGENCY


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


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.'L DESPLAND


Niytona, Florida


gN ow Open for Season 1909-10.

SL WAITE, Owner, and Manager.

Cuj is and Service Excellent Broad Piazzas on all
IW R Rm Em aite. Steam Heat. Every Modern
SCouvw,"i-ew Send for Booklet.

ANTHOUSE, Narragansett t Rhodlan.
-frti S: "J '.fti li~imC, ITBgarragalnstt P'<>T, Rhod.. Islana.


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X" D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor.


NOW OPEN

pafrtmasut will be managed by white Northern help,
|'3-Bao" sogme of the finest hotels in the North, and white
W-puh n nh t Athe house. The table will be supplied
E a S delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the
iCftl, and Waitresses obtainable.
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Address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y.




THE PRINCE GEORGE


Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors


DAYTONA. FLORIDA


Enlarged and Improved Since Last Sca-;on.


and Beautiful Grounds---Located on River Front

Same Management as THE BRISTOl. A ii k, N .1 J


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STROKE OF FORTUNE!


The Bit of Good Luck That Over-
took Barney O'Connor.


WEALTH THRUST UPON HIM.


The Visitor That Called to See the Man
Who Had Been Injured-The Sight
That Greeted Him and the Hasty
Proposition He Handed Out.


Several years ago two brothers
named McDonald were in business in
Halsted street. Among the h:abtues
of their establishment was a man
named O'Connor. A man named An-
derson then was claim agent for the
street railway company that connected
Halsted with Chicago.
Barney O'Connor was a happy-go-
lucky chap who didn't worry much
about anything. He was partial to
his beer. bad uo kith or kin to be re-
spontsible for. cared little for clothes
and worked only when It was abso-
lutely essential, which wasn't often.
McDonald Bros. liked to have Bar-
ney around on account of the wit he
had brought with him fromtu the would
sod. and so they found little tasks for
him to do One d:yv Ba:rrney vwas lof:f
ing around Mc I)oilld's nl(out htilt il
lu ini teted :si;1l In an extreI:cw .v ro',.'
franie of it.itil w titn t heyi ,.< it',-

thet'm fvi t' s l'; ; :t' '(,tIt th\',-'r ;:: t: '
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thietll ill ,. t<,( ;,; ,,1,, l :t t i, th (. r"f H'! ,I 'l:' n t.-
hoisted : l, r i ,'r L it :A 't r
the lo:)
'The car \\\ is. tirT \\d tied t'irt'e :n';;k :it.
;i.d irn'ly i.L:it on the aft. lie dii:!'t
get liiu'h iiloi're ti.ti l;:tlf\v:iy 'l e%'Ii
.'st)p \\ h'Ie there canie a jk' t 1 it'
crowd ulI'ju'd I,:ck on litrut'y. ,1i.l tte.
'V ith Q0VL'I'L : I t k, t 's \\- s ',;WI I Is tln *'t .
the s'rect. l'>;rti! t-' sit'eret \\ r-.' t, .t :
the rcst, as ht e as iitlier ';tar!. I I
hie wv:i>,,;'t hurt ltI' y. lite \\ is kIo'k-
ted HI:\'t, ^ ut-. tbut ;t{":trr" !:\'V c aIT ; <"t'ti
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FANCY WAISTCOATS.

Introduced by an English Monarch by
Way of Economy.
The waistcoat-wben at least It is a
"fancy vrest"-Il the last rmqitning
vestige of the gorgeousness which was
once displayed in men's dress, and on
Oct. 15. 16M8. 'epys chronicles Its first
appearance on the person of Charles
II. The novel garment was a "long
cassock." as the diarist terms it, worn
close to the body. It was of "black
cloth, pinked with white silk under it."
Men will agree that the waistcoat is
a convenient and commendable gar-
mnent. the absence of which would de-
prive theml. Ito speak of no other dis-
comfort, of tin invaluable set of pote- ."-
ets. It appears strange, therefore. that '-
it should utt iave come into beinrig at
an earlier date.
Soon after the restoration a sleeve-
less vest, which likewise left the waist
open. was worn under the doublet. It
was not a true waistcoat. This st3 ie
of dress was brought from FranceU byV
Charles 11. From beneath the flllties.s
of shirt exposed by the open vest "thp
breeches displayed their expiundod
width." with buntches of ribbon at r e
waist itrid lace ruffles belowI tli ikno.s
Thle d(ollptlet worn over I he \<'-t s ,
richly ;i-tted :;id ea n ibroi cltr. "I. So '.,, N
ly w;is this miode of :ittitre !i ;it til.
kirn resoilv-dt to _\lve i. 24n 1 t i\w;tri!'
a oIIOre o't't i>t) i('ii t ;t'tt .'t' '' i v- 1
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oltd on the highest point on Ridgewood avenu lI arg',
iky rooms. Acccmcdates 50 guests Rates $2.50 up Tel:-
m ym electric lights, furnace heat. private bath Ncv and
ke appointments. MRS. J. B. HINSKY. 'ro ricetress
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AND FURNISHED COI'TAtiES
mtllri.iing Modern. Homelike and Conii',,i table 1i>; i 1 r
htwtcBeach. Surf Bathing and Fishin S .2.S(Pi lt- ..-
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ARMOUR'S


Star Hams and Bacon


Simon Pure Lard in Pails


PET


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Evaporated Milk


HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,
HIGHLAND. ILLINOIS.


FAMILY
10c, 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
Pai:s, 3 Ibs. 65c.; 5 Ibs. $1.00
10 Ibs. $2.00
Pride Oleo, in rolls ..3........ 30C
N. Y; 'tate Cream Cheese .... 25c
Swiss Cheese ............. 4c
New Potatoes .. .. per peck ..60c
English Walnuts, new crop-lb..20c
Brazils, new crop- .... .. lb...20c
Almonds, 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
Peaches, evaporated ...... 15c
Pears, evaporated ....... 25c


.. .. 15c


Oranges. per dozer, .


Gra~eruit, c,c,.


The National Biscuit Comp


Cakes and Crackers


EXCEL


ALL


OTHERS


CAMPBELL'S SOUPS
THE BEST OBTAINABLE--TWENTY VARIEI
A Table Delicacy Always-Ready for an Emergemcy
CAMPBELL CHILI SAUCE, SALAD DRESS
and MUSTARD.


ALL lOc A CAN OR BOTTLE


5c


Lettuce. Radisres, Green Onions.
Tui-nifs. Beets, Par-sley. Mint.
Carrcts. S;i '. .. a' 5c bunch
St,-ing ea's ;, J Peas. per rt.. 10c


Tetley's


Teas


107. a'7--c each
q~ t.,-2 f or 2::L


CALL A.D '-'E- "LR. LAROE VAR-


IETY OP


;EiH VEGETABLES.


TETLEY'S TEAS--


Scudder's


Maple


A HIGH CLASS

PRODUCT....


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ORANGE PEKOE
INDIA and CEYLON
FORMOSA OOLONG
MIXED


Puri-Tan-Ated Brand Coffee


WELCH'S


GRAPE


JUICE


If you're a lover of fine Teas you'll!
enjoy the delicate and refined fra-
grance of these delicious Teas.


PUT UP 1> PACKAGES SO A.z,
T.) RLT, %7 V "IFR FAVOR


Packages


Contains only the finest grades of
Coffees purified by a process that
increases and retains its essential


qualities.


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In Half Pints, Pints and Quarts.


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L H, PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL BASE-
BALL LEAGUE.
vtrw s recently actedd president of the National league.
W604bentompires that ever trod a diamond, He began In the
o d t early eighties and went to the National In 1,S6. li',
a reputation not only for eminent fairness of Judgment, hut
r ane wIde as the firmest disciplinarian in the business. 1H
i 1895. after he was sharply criticized by one of the stock-
4gg New York club for fining two of the il:-iyers Lynch then ,,e:t
flU'dl busItness. but he has since kept ltclose t -h n baseball. Hit
wbo knows him Is certain he will m;like L:d4 ill P. nrw place.


;is No Place


t Like Daytona


S 0i


As a Resort in which to


or a part of it.


Daytona


vId over as the Prettiest


seweA
s'penui


,the winterer


is known


Resort


fmida-emand the Beauty of the City

ke Architect of the Universe lelt It.


the


in

as


OLD WORLD ARMIES


Drafting Methods by Which Their
Strength Is Maintained.

TRICKS OF THE CONSCRIPTS.

All Manner of Dodges Are Adopted by
the Eligible Young Men to Avoid the
Enforced Military Service That Is So
Hateful to Them.
We hear a good deal about conscrip-
lion. but few people know what It ac-
tually means. In no country is every
person who is able to fight drafted
Into the army. All males who are Ila-
ble to serve undergo a physical exam-
ination. resulting in only a certain
number being passed as fit for service.
No government has sufficient funds
to draft the whole of these mruen into
the regular army, so a selection is
made by ballot the number of men en-
rolled varying according to the funds
in the hands of the authorities.
The pay provided for the conscript
is necessarily very trifling indeed arind
will not compare with that pald to vol-
unteer soldiers. In fact. it is getierally
true that the conscript ruust f.i1l l1,tcL
upon his private ieat:Is.
The methd.;s v-ary In each cw,,,itr:
But take tlhe case ,,f nle liilrii'tr
power. lIverv r..ii le su j ect ,,, T:.-
ically inc i : '. **, d i. '' '.i :, 'T '.*: r
theu h tirr Sf V,. I '., ( .! t I .- : ...
do go at e i-l'0 :i.
.A rtgisier i ;,I : f : '.. t : -
who reach the otw tf rwe*.tv l.i i:,l,
particular year. M :n u.::.i.-r t,;r e f< t t4
twv- inches i.,' h r :ire e e"''t fr, :n
s.,rvico, as a i :. r. f u'- ,is L;n,,
iwho suffer fr .,, :.:'t,,+ ::. !r:;.it:',s
vw hicb' rzdj or "',' ::: i ,- !.k1. .. f.-r : 1
trve srrv 'e.
O their ne:oiir : -:- :'j t if t!..,-
have h .'i '..s- ,$, ;.,,:.,1 ,.:s t!,';s it',.:
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ed in o: c-u O to* avoidl it. ':. r: "
eases srilhstiiut ys are pro' 1411iy? I~ '.
wealthy, though there are stringei.t:
regulations with ret-ard to thie prLF
vi.-.i:i f tIt.e substitutes.
ln !flst I-:iur,4;,'ean co'nitries nuiltar:,
ina:lirg- r:r.,. i, or-der 1t4 avoid compli-i
sorv :s.i!;!;ar\' >': \'ice !iis rt'actht'd tIh,
stage of a ti'ie art. In fact, a fornida-
ble list of new crimes has been adI",l
to the statutes as a result, and meti.t'a
men frequently have to suffer for their
assistance in this particular kind of
fraud.
Thus some tite ago a number of
Cologne doctors were arrested u;'1'; a8
charge of having administered pifls t,,
young coris'rli;ts. These pilis c,,'nK-t
ed of druz:s whib.h FrcTluced the s5 :) ;.
toms oft h,,:irt disease so) efftctive',y ti:-


North Dakota's New Senator.

Fountain L Thompson In Place Va-
cated by Death.


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North Dakota's new senator, Foun-
tain L. Thompson, is a Democrat. lie
was appointed to succeed Senator
Johnson, who died recently.


The Lord High Chance!lor.


Lord Loreh',:rn. Leg L Li r'rt of Kin,
Ed vard's P a>.


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Mae C. Woo!. \VWho Cct: In,.) Tro':-
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Commencing with Dec. 1st


The Day


Electric


Current


is


The Service

will continue

every week


day until


April first

'and longer

if business


Effective


Full stock Electric Irons, Coffee
Griddles, Chafing Dishes, Fans


Percolators, Toasters,
and Warming Pads.


THE SHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and

WATER COMPANY.





WE CONFESS


e ai.m.t rar : M.'rc ,z'is Biank vl ns vour business .U! w" also,
can assare \ou t.at in re'.-:'. r '. '.sin-s,. U's bank no!oonv otiers a so'rvice
which W? be>- -' .-. w h'e' 'b-.' I- -r, -must-
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In c*;' ,:n '': .;* *-. >-..; !'. -- -z i pvs:'i r 2;3r1 -
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Capital S1000000.00
Surplus 1' .3 50.000 00








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I Drew Seia Cases and Bags in Leather and Grass


Trmnks, Telescopes, Straps, Tags, Etc.


Call and See Them.


THE PECK-HENDRICKS CO.
sinmmmmk^&l-if mufl eeu-fll ul^flemMB^J em eum 0B&^^&l^&lB&


SSHEPPARD'S
For ADl Cts
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SFlorida aad Western Meats
0
Fancy Groceries all fresh
Apples, R hna2nh, Figs, Grape
0 Fnrit, Oranges, Tangerines
Turnips, Celery, Carrots
Etc.
N. Beach St. 'Phone 119.
EOUOUOUOUO*O*O O UO@OOMON


M TENOVELTY MAN.
a vi)i Stationery and!k-hooi "uppli-. 0
0 Pbonoutraphs,. lewinsi Machines. 0
0 Typt-writ?-r-. Crock~-ry.W. Ghswwre. *
* utl-ry. Fishin--r Tack~t-. Tc'y. andI
BARNES
i 11 a -,o fra!,:I-- your Pxctur--. t.*,-
our Di'linp- and Unri- h1r.r
yor a iA oWh.r Tcold.fl.: t;r.-plr*
~ i~ri~tflit -1,iouit of WhlacIk
In for any want ta t
BARNESS
THE NOVELTY MAN
so*l BU",--,tnI a


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,Special Barg
Up

i EMBROIDERIU

To make room for our new embroideries we
what we have at half price.


IThe Chas. E. Gardi,


CRYSTAL

THEATRE


MOTION


PICTURES


ILLUSTRATED SONG


The LaCelles


Back again


Complete Change of
Act


NC. Pic!r :; c
have Ltem~F.e .
York Po~.ce ~ Z


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DAYTONA


OPERA

HOUSE


Next Attraction


M


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k ar~n


JAN. 11


Seats cn Sale at Hankins'
Dru Store.


Dance Every Monday
Evening.





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LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
6:47 today; 7;40 tomorrow .
THE TEMPERATURE.
(Reported by F. D. Spring)
Maximum 71; minimum 44.
THE WEATHER.
Rain tonight or Tuesday: colder.

The Palmetto Ho..:.e -- .._ -
.y. ?o, .... of t:.- hI-p a7-:'.-,: z-:,.
; ... 2.
T :..- T-. 7\ .::. '.


Miss Nannie Hull, of Kingston, left
saturday afternoon for Savannah.I
Ga., where she wu1ll spend a month or
u-.ore.
Attorney F. W. Pope's .young broth-.
. er Henry, who has bet-en spending the
holidays with him. returned to Jack-h
sunville Saturday afternoon .
D .D. Ruoers La. b,-- at home


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him for any time. A nice Suit wold |
either father or son. Coat Sweater is


Slippers, Moccasins, Suit Case, Traveks A
Umbrella, Fancy Vest, Hosiery. Suspeadg&
Neckwear in Individual Boxes. :



We Have for Ladies and Childa

Fine Coat Sweaters from S10.00 down, ;


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