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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 5, 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: VID00393
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Publidwd Every Evening Except Sunday During December. January, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BY UNITED PRESS.


DAYTONA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1910


STATIONERY and BOOS

GEO. H. CLARK
WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS
NEWSPAPERS AND
PERIODICALS


15 Cents per Week


dGoods for

mies Gfftat


OffS N T TAKE KINDLY

TS P RESIDENT'S SU66ESTION.


MCIIMWWY DUST. NEW YORK'S CHIEF EXECUTIVE


DOES NOT APPROVE OF THE


OF SUNSHINE PROPOSED


AMENDMENT


TO


WMATMR. THE CONSTITUTION.
. I e.e-Tle officers ALBANY, Jan. 5--New York State
SAtlantc fleet were' will probably not approve President
d their white' Taft's suggestion for a united States
rmsliwr summer cloth- constitutional aniendmnot whiich will


mi tber week has roll-
i' : gel pect to be enjoy-
4w h anmhine of the West
*'i a than a month the
A So be In the North River,
so he d several days following
* 9 hliteard the beautiful sp)ec-
fc ice-encrusted battleshhiips
M moJd by thousands from th('


- MBwT1 the fleet will w'iZh al.-
d aier command of Admiral
will sail for Guanan.o. lIp-.
Illl I i at the Cuban naval base
SI1. will coal and then will
ife gtma&rdization trials, tar-
& 111ts sped contests and other
ms- N1-dl make up the program
Oftl watr manoeuvers. The fleet
"lplMW return to northern wa-
S &b" May 1st, dispersing and
t q lf t avy yards inmmediately
am INW


CAIULAUNCH LUMAEVA.
SWAY TO St. AUGUSTINE
AIlJUK.SH T, Fla., .i,.- i .
IIlkblll "Lummaeva." lt.+-,'d t:..,
do al today bound ijti,, it )
A l tbg .The follohi ,111"' ;'I ,
4M J.N. Wordey, F. P !*!*> ,*:,.. i:
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PMrnlL RAILROADS TO GIVE
r OT OF REFUSED FREIGHT
SCCAGO. Jan. 5-Many rr '*Wi;!, ....'
m rcl-t and manufactur.rs- \t'rt tl
M tetay when the lllii,,.- r;lnlr>;t,
#a Wafebow commission ,, Ii .-
Ait m classification Iia:tt.r-s
f t OM ipers have 1'i1i1,:I.'ti
1 & view to Inducing the co(ililni.'
At 1 I iM a new rule th reg.tird
tl utwhich have not beelt;n
4 11L. I 1s desired that the rail-
41111111 ped to notify the h'
I bsWsr the consignee tail.,
R1 4b Jr s shipment. It is ilaii-
41 It a ftm happens that un-
~4i Uh12nmt are sold for the
S without the consign-
StNg that the delivery of th,
h ef d W t oAmpleted.

06"M COOGSSMAN TO
Ir TIO FOR LAND FRAUDS.
OETILAND, Ore., Jan. "-El<.r
4III Is tI readiness for begiiiiiiim.
tO tralS CC the famous Oregton land
ca umss. which have t,,ii hti,,:
4 tifo frtr many months Tw I 'I
S1 il wl be conducted t,' -':i.,.-
J-. ey, special pr(ost,(utt,, !
0"altMart t of the Inicrstr, : ,.;
*AV the asfittain(et I .,,-
S0caal agents and sec' t '
> U1ves. It is tfxp, ( i,,
SEto be placed 0; i..;
u te, Heranii, ii.,,
IComem Land Co( : ,
I i~l Land (Cfft'i<


permit the imposition of a federal
income tax. The gveri ,or in a
special ni,-ssai',< to a ;i(ldid--.
against such an an.;-iid,; i.t. T'l:I
will destroy iT L-. b< A:'r;' ',i:L (..::i. ity
(iO f t h S, ; t :- "(i I ', :.. ., i ,. : .
hc (Ilaibis.

DAYTONA CARRIES THE
W. C. T. LU. BANNER.
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State^ pr ( s i. : \v p. A
tar rat .-t i,,U:i V ,,, i', :;,.. ,.
held during 0 t.,. ,,. 'i' ,;.:.:,
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as com ing i ron..2 ', .;':,,:,! .t*;
nation at t ;, l;:-t .', t l: .. !:. I, ..i
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"The Reasons Why You Sho-lni Trade with the Gruber-Morris
Hardware Co." that helped win the Little Buck Range:

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

Gruber-Morris Hardware Company


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OPEN BREACH BETWEEN

MILLER AND HITICOCK.

THE POSTMASTER GENERAL AND
MINNESOTA CONGRESSMAN DO
NOT LIKE EACH OTHER.
WASHINGTON. Jan. ,-.An (o,
breach has de,'-lp,,d between R.-p-
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ZEALAND.


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DADE COUNTY TO BOND FOR

$150,001 FOR 600D ROADS.

ELECTION CARRIED MONDAY BY


A LARGE


MAJORITY TIME


FOR VOLUSIA TO SIT UP.


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Ak ~The Vunversity of New Zealanid bas sigUally bouored a youtigAwrL
Woman, Miss Aritia C. Hedges, by a ppointtrig her to fthe
ch.-itr of bou,;vh 'd t~conoilv. Miss [leiges will re-vch e itlargt-a v it
fore eaten ag -un' )T1 her ini;'orra:': dutie-s wM spend a vYear :u~
S r1 I nq tt the expeuse of theunilversity. *Sbe is a wativtt (. St, a~ :A :
I S ONret'en !",v was a membwr (of the fnc-Ity, of the Praftt iaztktute : h '
She xv is gr1ttu.1a44.I LL)1IJ (oulv t-nfi' 1 a 0In Sevvo! mI A-
* ~the Untversirvtof New~ Zealand sent a 'Inmmsslorier 'o th! I 'U-1-!
t~n acnad I ii'dv cwUI1;:1iI for the Ch of 1, u'tqehold e~coz i rm Il e 'I-
~ :t he la'! : :gwa ticte!toC! r,4 of t l: e oastc-rn sfate-s and Iecvmoa: t-! er
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T. E. Fitz-rnild F. F. Oat,.s
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Sp-cial Fteilltll-q for E-xnniiiiini
and P-rfeting iLind T!tl s.
Office In Conradu Bulldin.. 'Phone 1;4


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
Di,;osition to Treat You Right.
L,t I's B- Your J.-w.el,-rs.
L. H. ROWE & CO.


sumcK UNIFORM IN


NEVILLE H. CLARK
OPTOMETRIST.

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EYES TESTED-FRAMES FITTED


DR. C. DeW. AKE

iDentist
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O.-ice, South Beach Street, Oppo-
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SW. H. PECK, 237 N. Beach St.


LING WAH
CHINESE LAUNDRY
214 BEACH "TRFKI. IAY'T.NA, FLORirA.
Drr+.s 8hlrt N- N -lh, htrt-
rVhlt Shirt-& \ ,< ..- Shir -
Check tfhirt- V"nd,-r, lillrt-
New Hhtrt s .... rit .'- .
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Collars or CufT- -. H i,,lk r thl- t-
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PRODUCERS OF THE
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a LOVELY 1910 CALENEARS
SDixie Dolls. S!e'nciled Work -.
* kinds, Embrar'erv -:'-' '-- T-.
Sing whle you wL:c.
WOMAN'S -XCHANC .
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MAC'S BREAD
THE REAL STUFF

MAC'S CAFE
THE REAL THING
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NEW SMYRNA
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One of Daytona's crownlnz g- } JOHN M. SHEELEY Tsh wealth or natural
ries is hor incomparable beach. No; A Specialtyo o a.n_ an casy tiln- f4
one who ever set foct upon its Interior Decorating ,ln to ve the fri"
smooth, pack d sands: no o0, e who Orders May Be Left at Rowes l, have wrought
ever pedald a bicycle over :its ex- Jewelry Store. Siand outlines of the b:
parns; no one who ever drove a O0AO4 OO O an did all this h:
prancing pair of horses and listen- __ t, e streets wtth thL-i
1 to the popping of their steIl s'ho | AUTO OWNERS, ATTENTION- o: parka&. The enti:
upon its asphaltum-like face; no onp You can get your tires patched up greatt ria:'k. w-th.i dr
who ever srt,*rtd a hizh-po,,vr au- any old place, but for real, re!iab!e n.,ct:n -. ,ns upon n
~to~ I.- drw. th .road t=.., h ob Vulcanizing Work that will stard the ways ) :,-, as t a-'
W-av,--wa.s', d .-I .. f-f-ick-d sa4 .d racket, send your repairs to the Vul- f'::.. all ov-r tht;' ', :
b-t rjakzd t s -b canize-. Cottage Ave., opposite Yacht ,. r- : ,, r h-
-r x d-v ,*j'' *;,, .\!:., .. Club. W in. S. McGREGOR, t 'e o i- .. :.: ,k a:j,: ;
T .* ."*... '2 Dayto a Ti-e Man-Age- t fc .-.. ..V <.
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have the TOBACCO GOODS.


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Dealer in
PIANOS and
PLAYER PIANOS

Concert Tuner



E. D. MILLS

BARBER

High Class in Every
Particular.
South Beach Street


I S EABREEZE and DAYTONA.
S BEACH. two enterr-; aud
S progressive towns cn the Hali-'
Sfax Peninsula, are ,o" ra h, ccall7 O
1 althou.i incororatcJ a: -, parate
'municipalitics- Th'e tc'^,: r -aUald
-1 the pen.nsula :cr-h a : i ,'> : torT a
'distance of frcm tLrel axd 2ne-half
Sto four m.,le,. and et*a-d at and
west from the surging; s,,as cf the
Atlantic Ocean to the Hal -ax River,
the beantiul tide-water s:rcam that
Assets them apart from Da,-toaa with
which they have close ,: ,.7munio
by means of three brid4e.., a., sell as
a half-hour ierr", service.


ess'idzia'livSUlr urmr a:!-'aerre-
-3orts and! arc mkn huadreds of
n c sv f~nsevery year arthon- tg
A'C csr~to escape the Jomort.
Sextremi-s .-i heat aud :-!Idan
t-c's aiand KrL: houses

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Lots on all streets
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Daytona, Florida
Manufacturer of..


Haana Smokr
Only Fhst Qualty, Wed Cared
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Me dope or inrtolcW Rmvohgit
spemors awe cd md healthy,
A 10 Cent Quality,.
for 5 Coats


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ip ao she(!tq sad h srd sand
Ifl o th -a er- rvhsDaytom by
a b4awurae road wiadiag through
-- -Ml pircnuqse paris of

Wit its aaciant ruins dating back;
le a tr rwhean the history of man
rupat not, interlaced with wires of
Ow modera telegraph and telephone,
its ailes of shell streets as hard and'
mooth as a floor and over-arched by
S y forest giants that grew in state-
ly grandeur during the lapse of by-
gone centuries, New Smyrna is truly
a place of romance and rest.
AM nature here is very inviting to
the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
too is to be found the best fishing apnd
hunting in the State of Florida.
The people are thrifty, the busi-e
ness men enterprising, and all unite
in extending 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 oi prcttv
homes for the permanent population
which numbers close to 2.000. and
some very fine winner ridcnc,.
There are good hotels and t.'.',Lr,::4
houses where you can t acc ac-.c,-
dations to racet .our rc.' c:,.,
Adjc,,.nu g NLA. S". *r'- i- ., ... ..
SeCtlo: 01 vcc'c b'c l.:: :- : Z
Sc.u'nd auy^hcrc. TI:- L.. d
been di :-dc2 i_ :o _..il : t_-.;4 ,'
can bZ bou h *.! rca ,-.o:', p-.
Some of tLc t st ce.,ry ic-ler y:. :.
the State is ra:4cd on t l.s la:.d A
other vegetables row 2 a';i .:c,
and here, too, is the home o: the :a. -
ous Indian River oranges.
New Smyrna has uo boud. ;-l
dcebtedness and the tax levy is lov.
A point that no tourist should i.
to visit is the ruins of the Old Span-
ish Mission which stand somber and
alone about one and a quarter miles
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
mregin 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 presumed thAt the Mission waN
built by the Franciscans in the days
when the once powerful Kingdom of
Spain first planted its flag upon v ha* I
is now American soil.. It was bulit
of coquina. the roof bcing of t-ic!
same material, cut into thu bl..-'.,
and covered with cczaeut p,,.'.:-
Extensive gardic-s surro u.'.< i
which were enclosed I'-v a -" ..:
wall, portions ci v.LicL s>.:'. il :-.
Visitors usually co:;:c 1:1 p..:. -
merry and curious but :,.e -; ,
the place soon :al, uj,':i :>... ; .. ..
they separate t,- N.: ..lc.:... -.;ia .,, .. .it
meditative, under !.: a..:... r
side the .-,ic ,acxnt ",C]..


CORONADO
Is situated oa the pcnsuliua ,'-j-" :c
New Smyrna and is conec,, b\ a
good road and bndge cvr 11.C deCtL'
current of Indian River. He:ce N,.,
can put aside your convcntio.al
garb, breathe in Largc and A "FV the
salty tonic of the sea and eAoy vou-
self to your heart conntt i-' ri.!
and reel in row or bail boat or -i: tIc


THE'

OCEAN DOUSE
F. W. SAMS
PROPRIEITOR

Rates:
$3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
Excklnt Hunting
Lnd Fhhibng
NEW MYRNA
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HOTEL

TIURNBULL
NEW MNIYRNA
FLIORtI DA
A House Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
Iiinn-r for Motor-
inw Partils a
Fp'clality
Rates: $2.06 per
Day and Up
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HODGES
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ORMOND-ON-THE-HALIFAX


SORMOND is five miles north of
Daytona, located on the western
'bank of the Halifax River. The lo-
Scation of the town permits of good
'drainage and perfect sanitation; the
elevation is superb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge con-
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
thlirifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees.
The ,"'-.':. i very cosmopolitan,
,;- a) e::'c le:t .:'"adcd school, scv-
,-",1 Vt:':rciic,, ita :'.a'ie ',:c 1 :brarv.
uj *c-Iite '1ic2'^ of i.i-icmss and
,:.;.""....,table n'.J c '.. ca:c::t hotels
t "I:C I S
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:-ni.'d lh.is rl..:i ., i c Florida
aitrACiotic ;-^- ?;::, :"ruit, :4o ,d til'iiiig,
excCilent autonobili;;>, ,-.-:c boating ,
sa! I:br!:ous c ln'atc j an. : 'J pleasant
V,a k- i!I ,i d i VCS.
At -:'. .d .,2 cli l..'.ed the!
lzrCe rcto! O- on' anJ its lesser
sister. B.ctton: I:n. T!eic former oc-
cunj-ies a p,,.it on ovcrlooki:ig the
H.ili.tx i-vxr, ,ile tiic latter hlias as
itA oI' .'' ,,,_ :.:a u tI.c:I bcach and
te;c broad AtiI',tic.
"'i.,c S'.., 1:1 all c.'! .:t io~i i arc
p t'l i :. .. i:-.t : 'v:. ':.; tihe ar-
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i of Southern truits a:.d '?ow.ers.
S One of these interesting planta-
.....: is .u: beicr .:i::.c lo.-a ,1 on .' ,
rclinula, fhve niles north ot the
Hotel Ormond. Here you s-:e a filne
orani.e grove, to.lgether with great va-
r;eties of other '.uh-tropical fruits
aiod flower-.
Five miles further on you come to
Mound rovc, one of the finest orange
- groves in this section of Florida.
Moundrovc is on 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 may
cnjoy.

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I DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA I


VOLUSIA
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BANK
DELAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
Pr,-sidtnt
J. B. (')CONRAP
Vie. Prt.-id, nt
4. A. WOOI)
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G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drugs, Stationery,
Huyler's Candies.
Kodaks, Cigars
I'LAND. FIL\.


J. W. PERKINS

Attorney and
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D ELA N D, the county seat of
-... Volusia County,
is situated 23 miles southwest of
Daytona and is reached from the lat-
ter city by an excellent hard-surface
road recently constructed.
At DeLand is located the John B.
Stetson University, one of the lead-
ing educational institutions of the
South. Because of the interest in
matters educational DeLand is known
as "The Athens of Florida."
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and instructors. There
are over $400,000 in buildings and
cquiprent; nearly $J,000 cudow-
raent; a Carnic Library alone rep-
recsentiln an investn.:cni in htbuildin.
endowmc:,ent a::d books, of mare than
$120000. The library is thle UnUted
Statc-s Government depository for th.-:
State of Florida, and contains o;erri
15,000 volu.-Ies. Sci.cn:ce Hll. Cne
ot thile newc-t o; 16 ,uildini .th,
its iurnishi,.:n repre-.' :nts an outl.vI
of $60,O&00. Elizabeth liall is one o:
the ".o-- t beauty ul college b:-ll3:'.
in the South.
T e ct I :'.-. popul iltio'i ot 1 t19,.
3.50., ,6:) h a tlickly -ecttlcd countr-.:
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DuLA.ND, FLA.
Four Colleges and 6
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Equipment cost- .
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Endowment (aJD.'iw.
Faculty of 19 Pro-
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NEWS


GILLE'S


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The Atlantic Motor Car Company
42 and 43 Beach Street
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Cut Rate Drug Store.


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benefit. I personally put up all
prescriptions so you are sure of


lawful and correct
registered druggist.


work by


GILLE'S DRUG STORE.


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IN THIS SPACE....

The Daytona


Auto Transit

Company...
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SWill have something
Interesting to say.
UIOI*ltl**tl*i*I**tl*I**t


A Swell Polish for

Blue Ribb

Cream Metal 11
Does not settle. Leaves .
sedimueL


FOR SALE AT


Central Auto


Ask for Sa.,Lk


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The Ffte of the Oneida.
am a te met extraordinary catau-
tepkls that havre bp"Ila"n vemel of
te United Stateam destroyed the sloop
q war Omdea In 18. She was bound
eward. with a Jolly ship's com-
amy. eager to m wire and sweet-
mats ad native land once more.
Vbeat ot fr oat of port she was
ufc by the British steamer Bombay
madIng In. The stem of the Bombay
t off thbe stern of tbe Oneida. T'hbe
kpwas sinking rapidly, and guns of
1stres were Immediately fired, but
the Bombay steamed on her way and
left the vemeel to her doom. She went
Gown. and all but oue or two of htier
crew were drowned. Tbe c.nptaiti of
te Bombay gave no other reason for
his conduct than that be ha1 La.ly
Eyre, the wife of a distiLn.ru' hd l,,t-
Ish satrap, on board and d:.d nLct wi.
to disturb her nerves witlih sceLe-z (
shipwreck. He was L::.:'ed v....:_.
reached Yokobar:.i. (s:.'::st"d :-.,':
the service. s1a-ial. t:, .- :. '
time on and died >: -:.. .. r,
two later.
Where Hypnctis-n Failed.
When Dvaysy I::y:;x .\; ;.. -:i re
turned recenrit'y f-. ; ,,-
the infuence ,*f s vtrr : ::..:.- ,.-r :..
had been #he ,'-e'i" "- .
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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Publisht-d <-v*erye-ventng.xcept Sun-
day. from I4-cemhrI to April 1. by
STHE .AZETrE-NW.-. ( ).
T. E. FITZGKRALII. Editor-Manago.r.
4*. 6. HARRIA. City Editor.
Gt-o. F. CRourcH. Mup-rlnt.-nd.-nt.
-nt-rt-d u% r-comd-'lh*.' intlt-r I,--
ct-ml,*-r 1. 'ftO. at th#- hp>-t offl'.- ut
I vytona. Florlda, und-r th.- A.-t of
March 8. 18 .





Heart to Heart

Talks.
By EDIWLN A. N'YE


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NEWS ABOUT ORMOND AND ORMOND
RESIDENTS AND SOJOURNERS
TOLD IN INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS.


Herbert Price returnr.d t, t',llns
College last Monday.

School u(.{nt-,n l vith full ar, r.:J:nce
on Monday Ior..iii .


Attention of v 1 ;i t (,r-.:a :;.d winter
res-idenlts is called tcn thlf V. I. A.
library and rceadingr,,, rji. Th_, read-
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For sale at all principal points.


GULF REFINING COMPI


DAYTONA
AGENCY


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S. B. Green, Agent
'Phone No. 7) or 2,.


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In a village ie;;r L, :...;''r... *';*,
lived an old batiaker nat.L s s,-.. i ..,.
trade was In a flouris.Li:. ng '
but unfortunately in t-e ;.d, t "t.d:'"
prosperity the old man. who hal .,.e
been a great drinker, turned iLsi.'-
The son. who was rencwued f.r !.-
love of money. as forced to p'-t L:,-
In a lunatic asylum anjd. acccruin: T,
the terms of the estati'hmeatt,, ,..
a fee for three montLs i:, s : la:.C.
amountirng to i3,. 'ILe (.d ;.: v.
scarcelvy in a fo-t:. :. .. ,.',.
when be died. T'he s-, :": :
raise an acti,-:, agai r. :,_ : .".-:
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TEL DESPLAND


Daytona, Florida


Now Open for Season 1909-10.


L ML WArTE, Owner, and Manager.

mi. Cuisine and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all
' RooM E mite. Stum Ieat Every Modern
Convenience. Send for Booklet.


ATL*ANTIC OUORE, Nairragans*-tt Pi-r. Rhodv l'.laina.


THE RIDGEWOOD

1 F- D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor.


NOW OPEN


iwil be managed by white Northern help,
irm h some of the finest hotels in the North, and white
aiA t hoet the house. The table will be supplied
S ASSe delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the
iChefs, and Waitresses obtainable.
%Now adMzren: Proprietor Prospect House. Shelter Island, N. Y.
mmmi maim iiiiiiiiiiiz iii mm


THE PRIN


Hilyard & Ho
DAYTON


Enlarged and [mpr(


Luqge and Beautiful Grou


Same Mlanagcmcnt as THh


CE GEORGE
Iroyd. Proprictcrs
UA, FLORIDA





ovcd Since Last Scac: 2

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Stm Heat Electric Liht, : ..;A-,
Elegant Rooms with or .,-ithc.t Bath.

3L and MRS. I. M. MABBETTE. Prop's and Mgrs.


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THE PINES
fted on the highest point en Ridgewocd avenue. Large,
7 rooms. Accomodates 50 guests. Rates 2.50 up Tele-
el, ectric lights, furnace heat. private t'.ath. New and
harelit appointments. MRS. J. B. HINSKY. Proprietress.
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NEW SEASIDE INN
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
Everything Modern. Homelike and Comfortable. ITr-...
Aktlatic Beach. Surf Bathing and Fishing. c2.50 P r i):.: i
HORACE F. STEWART
S DAYTONA BEACH. A i C ?i :



THE IVY LANE INN"
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and all hasin. ,- :


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THE PALMETTO
Well Known and Popular. i .-\ : ..,,
Overlooking tlhe bi.. .


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NEWS OF THE HOTELS



E. C. Amidown, of South iBrighton,
Mass., and his sister, Mrs. G. B. How-
ard of Boston, arrived yesterday
and are at The Pines.


Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Evans, of Los-
Angeles, California, and Mr .and
Mrs .R. W. Wells, of Madisonville,'
Ohio, arrived Monday night and are'
registfe'rd at The Ridgowod.

The Hotel De.epland barber shop is!
open for the season. t .1)rinkwater,
is the tonsorial artist in charge, and i
Miss Fairbanks looks after the ladies!
hair dressing, etc.

FROST NOT SO SERIOUS
AS FIRST SUPPOSED.
The wonderful recuperative l)powers
of Florida sunshine and air was
never mor,- fully exemplified than
in the little rose garden at the cr'- -
ner of MNagnolia and Ridge(ufood avell-
- )iS, e cr \ve li-i a ]);ily N',\'.s re-
lp)rter' !i.hld a r,.;i;neiI ii li, d;'\y t(ll ,'\ -


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THE HARP CAME BACK

Incident In the Career of an Old
Time Opera Manager.

fA SURPRISE FOR MARETZEK.


It Came at a Time When Max Was
Broke and the Sheriff Had Levied
Upon All His Stage Properties-Mme.
Maretzek's Thanks to the Carpenter.
In the old days in New Yurk city.
before there was a Metropolitan or a
Mauha;;au Opera house and "h the
center of the theatrical world was
around Fourteenth street, Max Maret-
zek and Strakosch were prominent at
the old Academy of Music. There was
a keen rivalry between them. Stra-
koseh bad Nllsson. and Maretzek was
exploiting Dl Mureka.
By some error of dates both were
booked for New York at the same
time. Strakosch was at the Academy
and Maretzek. having closed a poor
season elsewhere, had halted in New
York before going to Philadelphia and
secured a week at the Lyceum theater
on Fourteenth street. There were
strong bills at both places. i':,.ch mian
ager had his friends. aij the bill-
1po)sters hi:id ii busy tine ;f It. .\ r'unl
t'f lil fSt( lo u i' 10,':;" : i t: v \1 ; ,s -,, ,, s 1) 'i -r
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fa 1.Ir s .; :ltck ,.l frntI) p ir inet to ;ti
l*-'ry Jo (el had (l coiint' titt l 'v 's.s, f tIn!nl
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thing that was supposed to bc .ir.:
zek's was temporary In 'hock," i-A
Mine. MaretzeAk in tears, vith i..!-i
IV ER. ,xIks at the harp sl-!, valued.
The scene of notiti,' is was tr.i:..
: ferred to the grttlil'c':;i ju-t ais the of
,,., flcers making the levy were scarchinm:
,, for more, andl when their ba,'ks 'rv
turned the old! st :ie .)cnr',(,iter hurri-l
Mine. Maretzek a'.vy, vt Ie, cil!,.-! i:'r
back again five minut, 'fter :i,
I<,;iittel to the vrch.stra.
The harp had l dki<' ,i;ear .1. ,. :r*."
t.ut everything kl i: ':y 'v :.'..T
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Specialties


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Grocery


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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,


FAMILY
10c, 90c dozen
S3.50 case


ILLINOIS.


TALL
lOc straight
$4.35 case


HOTEL
20c
S4.25 case


Our Daily Market
Quotations.
Armour Star Ham ........Ib. 20c
Ferris' Bacon ..... ........55c
. Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
Paiis, 3 Ibs. 65c.; 5 lbs. $1.00
10 lbs. $2.00
Pride Oleo, in rolls .......... .. 30c
N. Y. State Cream Cheese 25c
Swiss Cheese .. ........... 40c
New Potatoes .. .. per peck ..60c
English Walnuts, new crop--lb..20c
I Brazils, new crop-- ...... lb...20c
i Almonds, new crcp -. .... lb..25c
Mixed Nuts ... .............. 20c
Florida Pecans ...2......... 20c
Shelled Almonds........ ...... 60c
Seeded Raisins ..1.3c lb., 2 for 25c
Currants .. 13c !b., 2 for 25c


Apricots, eva;o-ated ....
Peaches, evacc-a:ed ,.
Pears. evaporated
O.a" ges. ce" .....


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Cakes and Crackers


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THE BEST OBTAINABLE-TWENTY VARIEI
A Table Delicacy Always-Ready for an Emergeaey
CAMPBELL CHILI SAUCE, SALAD DRESS11
and MUSTARD.


ALL lOc A CAN OR BOTTLE


Let~..ze, ~ ~ -, Q~:-s.


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Scudder's


Tetley's


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Teas


TETLEY'S TEAS-.


Maple


A HIGH CLASS

PRODUCT.. .


ORANG?


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PEKOE
j CEYLON


(~C;r )\~
FC~RM< >'\ ~., x- -~ .~.


a. t.W- Sa a' a-. ____


Puri-Tan-Ated Brand C coffee


WELCH'S


GRAPE


JUICE


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A Person is Often Judged by His


E31 PRI N TING6"o
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It should be up-to-date the same


a s e


would have your clothing up-to-date.


THE


DAILY


NEWS


JOB


RINTING


DEPAR


MENT


Has just


received over one thousand pounds o"


the most


Modern and Pretty


faces


of Type,


This in itself is not so much but our workmen 1


artists


in their line and the combination


r lk 2 U -V 0 -0 1 ,%-220%


OUR


Pat'ui'a ~sthe foilowindsizes:


BABY
5c, 6 for 25c


r


III


DRINK


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S, A ULIHOUN, NEW MINISTER TO CHINA.
l O w v mavfl upo= by President Taft after much per-
6i ci at- 4 -I to China, I one of the most prominent
i i5 ws a meboolmate of President McKinley. and th.
l m h bfr erd that be sent him to Cuba to Investigmnt-
i or eftea called him Into consultation during the earl'
th Ipai Prident Roosevelt sent Mr. Calboun to Ver*.
e sbalt controversy. Is work Up-T both these misslir,-
| ist fTafse attention, and from the tegiritilng of his admfni-,
ipl ms asought to get Mr. Calboun Into tbo diplomatic service.


-is No Place


Like Daytona


As a Resort in which to spend the winter


r a part of it.


imd over as the


Flrida---and the


Daytona


P r ~ti cs 14


Bewvty


is known the


Res,)t

C it>


as


A Nowegilan Chtme That Is Made of
Goats' Milk.
There Is a terrible kind of NorweEgtan
Chase called "mysost," % hib Is umde
of goats* milk. It is brown in color
and served In tbhe shape of bricks
done up In silver paper. bThe initiated
shave this Into thin films xond make it
into a sandwich with black breadu amn
butter. This cheese is really r!ade
from the whey after proner cheae has
been manufactured. All the water Is
then boiled out, and the remainder is
compremed into the.p brown bricks.
which taste sweet and gritty.
Love of this cheese would take some
time to acquire. The opportunity is
not lacking. for it appears at every
mDeal. from breakfast onward. There
are several native cheeses. Another
terrible one. **pultost." is made with
caraway seeds and always smell as
If It bad gone bad. Mysost has no
smell, fortunately, only a terrible ais
pect and taste.
Dr. Julius Nicholyson sent a few
Norwegan delicacies to a friend In
Germany. ond. atnoug others, he put
in a piece or the native my'ust. His
friend wrote and thanked him for the
salmon, etc.. amiud then continued. "*'Ih
soap is very nice. but we find great
difficulty in making the lather.'" This
was the chepse!-London Saturday K-
view.


AMERICAN CRACKERS.


Pilot Bread the First Variety Made In
the United States.
The first crae.r produced in th,
United Sta'e,. s, tar as kui-iv. wNi-
pilot or sr;h ) brevid. q iare. roul:,..
cluimsy, crip affair which sUp.-euo
the demand of the imeretaut i'ar lnte
for an article of food that would, 1i1
like ordinary byrtid, ket,) for a prl-
longed period.
L,:ater another v'irietyv \V\a or,'ii
n ., t d wated. ir l'racker, whInicml
(lit'tffered froti the t. rst chict ly iu its
smaller size. more omipat texture
and greater tiardiess. 1-ur a IoLi, time
these two were the ,ly goods ku,\wu
to the trade.
They were both ritido of utileavened
donugh mixed and kneaded by hand,
and the crackers were rolled out and
shaped separately before being placed.
one atit a time, on a long handled sheet
iron shovel or peel and transferred iv
order to the floor of the oval shaped
tile oven then in use. It was not until
some time later that raised or ter-
mented dough was used In the manu-
facture (if crackers, and it Iq only
wit hin the past three-quarters of a
ceitur\ that anyv great variety has
bet' 1'pi duced tl.-- iBaers' Weekly

Do.9s arnd Szmersaults.
i -' l!'t'i.. 2 i '"r* + I :t re ci t'r V ti n
iJ .- I II r l d,1:1-- : ( t tt;!\'
...;! i ... tI i l r l i, h :;i>'.t r'it e..
lti t 1 I 1 l !i. 1 Il0 f :
S ti~ t :,!t' >il ': It t,, r p of tit .tliit ko!
--* ;. 1 !. ,'':* i t i. t t { \, *' e >r l ip l,"
+ *; 1 t. > i '.*i > ;.l 1 i l h c o n )
<*r; ,..> kzck" 1( 1f t 1(1 t!f t tii(i- e \
t '. I tr ,. -r ,. \d it i ,\ A 'c r t i.'t;',.
ttk.-- ;i t' u "!'i ", i," ,, -d id i! iy Ie r t-;,t !t
,,f t' i (hi l ;':; ui\ ,:i t d \tth r a t. '
t rr .,i ::;l,. r; :-',,Fly ,,tr ,k [!, s (;,
l. .r ci t e ,l" i ir rt t rts e to e tit .ho lig '
.At te.- ti >-t',k t iOil, ropie ttie it,,
@pri,!, b, t'kx\\?rd|, t-IId that ri\ e ;!,|".L
s t tIs ,t ti"iiiir's inolle i C ,-porturiv. A,,
the, di1: -'iTiit.1.s ba .kward, th- role
pa: i. l ii n ,r its It .lv is j. 'rk,-d upt
ward. ;iTO ;iltth',lizil the tirst fe\% ;it
leiipts al y pro ve ftlile, the somer-
hntelli,',-iit dt. o :, tier t ,t hi. s >ind thrown s seoner -tu:ts
ilttitout The a'V'istalnce (of rtyoks


Captain W. H. H. SoutherLand.

Naval Officer Selected For Service on
Important Board.


Captain William H. H. Sontherlnnd.
United States navy. has been detailed
to duty as a member of the examining
mnd retiring board.


MacVeagh's Assistant.


Washington Oficial a Chicag-o In-
surance Tflan.


London's N e4, ,Lor J IM aw

Sir John Knill, Wh-arfinger, N.-v
City's Chief M'srt


And Yet the King Died.
1 irilig the fatal Illness lot ig

dosted hi,:! i n t- cou'u er I- t ik% 1

V s % tl &
r


Commencing with Dec. 1st


The Day


Electric


Current


is


SJL-


The Service

will continue

every week


day until


April first

j:and longer

if busi"ne-


Effective


justifies


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

THE SHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and

WATER COMPANY.


WE CONFESS


Weadmit it tr3rihiv the Mei-chants Bank wants your business But we also.
can assure vou that in re~urui fiso"-s.'his baa~ i oton!v uffers a service
which we behe-se I ot)e-lop~ t ~zzn r tever v dollar entrust-
ed to vu! cart
In cold uaassumizI4i gior-t, ,ne, e :s ,r a J:v.epoi~tor regard-
less of the amount he ma-, hj.e ~'ji


Capital .
Surplus and Profits
Stockholders Liability


S250-000.


any possible loss.
We repeat:


$S100,000.00
50,000.00
S100,000.00

Total, $250,000.00


That amoLnL stands between your deposit and


This '-ar~k wa.-ts v,c '!ir usiless


Merchants Bank


9) NIcARIDEhk'
B- CONRAI.), veIl:
N. CONRAD, Cad.,ker


Daytona,


Florida


Nice Assortment of


,Mission Chairs and Rockers



0 0

BINGHAM & MALEY CO.!

*
mo* @**o*U8 O*R299 noe sn0*
*FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
**
*QOI i el i i i Ielel l lQ lO 1 i lO i~lQII


*eueuo;omo~.u.m*uom~'u.s.u.
* U
* f'l'.
* ~airtsrrn~s-tree Lamps :
U
* 5-'. 4
: and t.qutpm&~nt hir~ ~
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at *
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1 Hyh Ca~ss Wgines and:

LIQUORS ~


(ONL 1i!*.. % IA


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1 A :k A, jmAk-Ak


A e Architect c).f th--:, U,-i* V-










JUst Rcceived


Prices,


75-50 : 25c


Seats on Sale at Hankins'
Drug Store.

Dance every Monday evening





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SHEPPARD'S


Far All Cuts


Dress SA Cases mud Bats in L.ather and Grass


Trunks Telescopes, Straps, Tags, Etc.


CaD and See Them.


THE PECK-HENDRICKS CO.


Florida d Wes
Fancy Groceri
Apples, Bananas
Fruit, Oranges,
Turnips, Celer
Etc.


N. Beach St.


tern Meatsm
es all fresh
,Figs, Grape
Tangerines
y, Carrots


'Phone 119.
>i--mouon


inuinmueeuin em.. em em em em


SLOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
/j--L A& 8:33 today; 9:28 tomorrow.


CRYSTAL

THEATRE

MOTION PICTURES

A Child of the Forest
Fiji R '-i
Saved from the Quicksands


Picking in a Reef

ILLUSTRATED SOsNG-


The LaCelles


Back again


Act


I S IiN F


have been
York PoLice Ccris-, E,


THE TEMPERATURE.
(Reported by F. D. Spring
Maximum 69; minimum 43.
THE WEATHER.
Rain tonight or Thursday; moder-
ate east winds .


F. A. Root was a businK -, v.,
to Jacksonville Monday, re':rn:
Tuesday nih-t.


FBARNES 0
3THE NOVELTY MAN me
* 6"I1s Statlont-ry Pnf! c!!4hO O pI S ePI. 0-
* pho noigrflph. wil Machines~.
*TYpewritt F%. Crocwktry. G; awat*
*cuti'-ry, Fishiniz TLikls.- Toys and 0
* Yot~os.U
3 ~BARNES
*jc fr. ~ ii rL your P' kt~lrt-, ix
* ~OU'I.tfiii)' ind IU :reil` .:;yL
;,:v'- ;': Thn hat i- out (), wli.,ctk

BARNES!
THE NOVELTY MAN o
*41)-4-Ut. tna.v:3


Mrs. Allen Trowell was a Daytona
vi-sitor from Port Oranze today.

Attorney Car D. Lar.ndis and
Bert Fish, of DeLand. were Daytona
visitors today.


Com. J .H. Allen, of Allenhurst, was
in the city over night, coming up yes-
terday to attend a lodge meeting last


EJfZht.

TL~ ~v&~rnn:.-:t surv ~
.9, 9.'.-., c.:a~n-~.
b b-.A~


k. c- z


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which
i.s an-






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2


New


Get


Eor Him.......


Let us help you solve the problem of vw IW
him for any time. A nice Suit wod A
either father or son. Coat Sweater i
Slippers, Moccasins, Suit Case, Travefil
Umbrella, Fancy Vest, Hosiery. Suspeudua1
Neckwear in Individual Boxes. :


We Have for Ladies and Childrem


Fiz Cx~Sweaters from SIO.OO
Sli:-va ccC3SiI, r21d Yosie.-v-


TER


E --,SNIY 14V10 : "'y .


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down; Shs--
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CO.


J D.C.Um
G. F. CUM


JOHNSOM


- NONEY 00

:ARWORK.


Goo


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tJ.uug l to ni!et t A L ~t t~ -a
'* uaj.Ii. Ur be Succeededj in puctlng up
$) Useprat sraiibets. lbe ineu
v~bo ivere certain that the* garr-ulous
!!.'r Idan was wrong in the use of
Lhe worD IfOrtUnate sent out for a
dlctJurxirY only to find (bat they bad
* been "-stung~" on a "sure thing" tbet.
ithe Ng book 00 spelling showing that
iifc-rt-unate L9 perteetTY proper aad
uieans unfortunate..
"Yies," said tbe wmnner cif t!2v b~ets
Sc'keted his Dew pdo of
Ne.t l'! 1. 1 hv worl money c'u that


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., _.. Pb- 1l

H. T. McCLELLAN
ar .'. r-rof
WINDOW and DOOR FRAWSIi
and DOOR SCREENS, Mm- Rft
Turnint ScroD SamMiL
North Ridtewood Ave. Ima
* .****. ****Ill e li>|ll

f Collars
*I
: Can't Crack
*
By COur New Proc
Try It


SDaytcona Stem

I Lxaundry
* ,., 8 ,
*,p v


SO n 0i A.


I-...
'if ~


Ats~


* *****Ye
'9 -.9. new l


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ad
Bd


t Ihave
9
- ,:< in town 9
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~'L. -. ~: a


w


Skirts from $1.00 up, Coat Slia I

NEW LACES--NEW EMBROft
Sahlin Perfect form and Corset Comhimdt
Glove Fitting Corset


McCALL'S PATTERNS


SThe Chas. E. Gardm
**me lm eeml--***--- om----* --


What to


DAYTONA


OPERA


HOUSE

ONE NIGHT ONLY

Tuesday, Jan. 11
W. F. MANN Presents
LOU STREETER
S o Quiaht.

Me adowbrook
Farm
L; L E. PARKER
A S:or .. >"I e H mps e ..S
Na'are's Beautv S;ot S.e.-. Sc-
erv Electrical Eiiect!.
AN UNUSUAL CAST


Complete


Change


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