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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 6, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00394
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Pnbliajeh4 Every


Evening Except Sunday During December. January, February and March at the Prettiest
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BY UNITED PRESS.


Winter Resort in Florida.


.(^^SCHOOL SUPPLIES ^S
/STATIONERY and BOOKS

GEO. H. CLARK)
WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS /
NEWSPAPERS AND
PERIODICALS


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DAYTONA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1910


15 Cents per Week


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P AND YOUNG SON.


K. Jian .--Dtspatcbes from
mtom tell of the elaborate
*ones --e for the winter
. M s I the Russian capital,
r eflloA-nts state, is de-
W lt e Id most brilliant sinc
VOW Cr came to the throne.
SWt an imperial reception
Wl r Palace tonight, there
4! 1 p swin rapid succession a
@^ atcM dinners, amateur tle-
kMI otber social festihitwKs.
[--oeq of these entertainnio'.
^ l "is to disprove tO'w' '-:,'-
p ~abroad that h (';th .;ri:t
M nItally unbalance';.
tlk t official deniilsz, 1 u -
B m lfam an authorities ,oii'r' .
Ctlz. who is 'los-, r.-
a 1 thEnglish royal ial:i,1.-
t te lwe of King Ed %%ard--
r:Me Lboth mentally azid p;L s,
iO. .W pi It condition i> -ti, i,
U ft a her recovery ,. :::
d SMiO if -ot itlJ(S:li
CNto as is w(l k%%. '. -
9 MBe popular in ii u->I, ".
E H day of h.r ar ,;',! i,.'
e had been i lI" 'i ; '
aes an i:'.trtd :-- :
ifr part nor i; : '
tble Yars tle i,- e
|Mbeoe mMuch ;. ,
by enemni f
*-lshe h:.p ih .;

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11 ,reat BS orr 1 ,
for a son. ;:, ..
y daughterS va- i,
ftireued, till eh,, i 1 1 .. .
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a ort lived. A tIi ;,p k. '
l Mt O -m twitchh v er-, :**,*,' i., ; **
*I antd the terror (it \ I1,1'" I S."
MW Mment for herself and falilI
down what litth. t1u 1 ,1'. ,

-* Cl&rilna received a grtl-,w., ,k
1 A theGrand Duke Sergui!- \%:ts :-
at MoscoA. For \.,.k-
tnarb abe could not slet'ji, itl
!I t1t1m.. Although she (.'Ul,'l;"i
Sattend the funeral of h-:r
1 s tu'a ncle, the Grand Duke Alex
I her terror of bondbs wa- ,,
K that afterwards fears ,. ,i*-
i a to her reason. \\"to.
taterled to the Crinmea \ith tI.:
It. laklng her first jI.i, ',.
S RUIia in seven \';i'ars I'i.
Athoht was of r'f'olt iti!;t!''
Sftncal y during tie Ow h,,
tUe she had tihe llt "-
WIe CaSPed to her bre:~it
3Wry political disti.rt,.;,, ,
iPC has icreased this d .i, ..
>tb recent tour to Fr-i:'T ., ,
,ia where she i'; ....
]1Ppy dave in her girllhitu, v .,- V. L ',
<< too long, it i.- l>,, i v,, ,
ItiIh all that wa- 1ii,,',
ay of re1toriinp slant, ",

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CNTY MNISSIONERS

CHANGE DISTRICT LINES.

NEW STATE LAW MADE THIS AC-
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TELEGRAPH WIRES ARE DOWN
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Decorating
219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE


T. F. Fitz ramid E. F. Onti's
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Hp'-eial Fa'illiti*"- fr L. iii ijn iiiiz
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RIGHT GOODS AT
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D)ipo',-itioi t,, Ti eat You Ri.Zhtt.
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L. H. ROWE & CO.


NEVILLE H. CLARK
OPTOMETRIST.

EYES TESTEDFRAES FITTED
EYES TESTED-FRAMES FITTED


DR. C. DeW. AKE

SROk Dentist
T ) , Office, South Beach Street, Oppo-
site City HalL


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

1.-Eeca-ts ycL L.ways get the best goods as the lowest prices.
2.-etecause v.. ,ake it for granted we are dealing with an honest firnm.
3.- becus. '!e:- goods are always of best quality, and reasonable prices.
4.-Goods bought from Gruber-Morris never have to be returned, as they always
please.
5.-EveryLody .uyinlg goods from Gruber-Morris in their line will always find their
goods as recommended and as cheap as any store in town in their line. Busi-
r.es- se:.-vices are rernered you by k~ad ard cH:ling salesmen


GruIber-Morris Hardware Company


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PIANOS md
LATER PIANOS

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E. D. MILLS

BARBER

H4h Class in Every
Particular.

South Beach Street


JOHN M.SHEE4LCEYa2<.
M. ELEY jicame~ an easy th~nz fr-r the ~rdu
A Specialty of f
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orders May Be Left at Rowes t *hve. gt '~ cUr

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AUTO OWNERS. ATTENTION- ?I parka-e. TAhe tienL :~-~e-
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Chew and Smoke with Us. We
have the TOBACCO GOODS.


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-- THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
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/ Daytona, Florida
I/ Manufacturer of..


Hlavana Smokers
\ Only First Q aty, Well Cured
X ~Tobacco Used
\ dope or artificial flavoring, Just
a blending of fine tobaccos. All
Operatorsare dic and healthy
A 10 Cent Quality
for : cefts


-KESSOVE NEW SMYRNA I


I ORMON D-ON-THE-HALI FAX[


DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA


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NW SKYR is itu-lod fifteen!
in Inte& of Dayfoa and is an
%& a spot fr Daytona by
| o u-fe roaed winding through
a t am not petequ e parts of

L& iti acinh ruins dating back
* 69 a time when the history of man
rmuth not, interlaced with wires of'
i modem telegraph and telephone',
its miles of shell streets as bard andi
mwooth as a floor and over-arched by
hoary forest giants that grew in state-
Sly grandeur during the lapse of by-
Sgone centuries, New Smyrna is trul y'
Sa place of romance and rest.
All nature here is very inviting, to
- the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
de too is tobe foundthe bcst fishing and
bunting in the State of Florida.
The people are thrifty, the bnsi-
N ness men enterprising, and all unite
no in extending the welcome hand ofi
hospitality to rangers. There are
21 five church edifices for white people
-m and an equal number for the colored
population;the town has an excellent
high school a splendid public lib-
S rary, and up-to-date business houses.
There are any number ce prct'y
S homes for thc pcrrr.ancnt pc 'at .I
which numbers clce to 2. YiJ. a...
some very fiae v,-ntcr zw: .,--
There arc goo1d l LIIt"' 2 'L -c =" V 1
houses V,. '.r yOi; .. .
datious to :: ct .ur .: ,. <
Adji o: ;i-. N -^
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m^ mm t ou ad -' y w -c. 'i-,,,. I ... : '.,,
b, be n divid.:d ; .'c : ., : .. .*- ',*..
can b ,e b,': t .. ii.-..- .. :
Som e o0 t:- :.'.c-.i '..-- ., .. ..
the State is r-- Cd :. td .- ;
yr ,other vcgctablcs gro, i: a_'u.l... c
and here, too, is the home c: tC :!.,'-
L
ous Indian River oranges.
S New Smyrna has no bonded i..-
"" d4ebteness and the tax levy i I.:s
S A point that no tourist should ftil
to visit is the ruins of the Old SFan-
S ish Mission which stand somber and
B alone about one and a quarter miles
southwest of New Sm','na. A good
i road leads to the place and the trip
-can be easily made by an automobile.
Silent, in the great pine flats by the
f margin of the forest, is this place of
pilgrimage for the pious; this ren-
dezvous for the picnicker. The ruins
ae extensive, and wlule there is no
authentic history of their origin, it
is presumed that the Mission was
Built by the Franciscans in the days,
when the once powerful Kingdom of
0*' Spain first planted its flag upon what
Er- is now American soil.. It was built
of coquina, the roof being of the
ion
same material, cut into thin sL.,hs
AS and covered with cement player.
.Extensive gardens surrounded it.
which were enclosed by a ,.s::c
mm wall, portions o0 Ahlihs, still r .:i,.;: i
aVisitors usually cc'me in; F,.:c-
> merry and cunou,, bit t..c si jil ,
-I, the placc s oon ia, u{-cn t.c:2', and
they separae to sit a'ene, l';n, ai:^.
meditative, under IL,. a,.Les 'i h-
side the ancient wel4l
COKON ADO


Is situated on the peninsula '-.'.t
Ncw Smyrna and is connected by a'
good road and bridge over the dccq
current of Indian River. Here N ou
can put asiide your couventioial
garb, breathe lu large anId deep the
salty tonic of the sea and enjoy ; .-r-
self to your heart's coutc:t wt: r,',d


THE'

OCEAN HOUSE

F. W. SAMS
PROPRIETOR

Rates:
$3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
Excll,-nt Hunting
and Flsthing
NEVW MYRI'NA
FL.(tRI ITA


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A HIouse St'-ictly
First Class in
Every Rcspect
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Rates: $2.0G p(r
Day and Up
BENNETT aud
HODG ES
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SORMOND is five miles north of
,Daytoaa, located on the western
,bank of the Halifax River. The lo-!
Scation of the town permits of good
drainage and perfect sanitation; the
elevatin 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-
tro ic.al flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees.
The t '.'i vc"ry cosriopolitaa.
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VOLUSIA

COUNTY

BANK
DELAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
Prfsidtnt
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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 BR
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 1 faculty o'
30 professors and instructor". There
are over S4I0.OO0 i:n buildings a:di
! e tu ip a:en t, ::carly 3C -O.00' e;;d .: -,
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UNIVERSITY
DzLAND, FLA.
Four Colle~ges and 5
Tehulc4LI schools.
Equipment cost-
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Endowm~entjP)0.1-44-1.
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'cII n'-.uli, fI'.'e i'.Ics ncor-thi of ti)C
lotel OrmiInId. licre you see a fine
or.i'Anq grove, to.c'ltcir *.th great va-
* lics of other ->ui:--tro ,pical fruits
,,:'d ,+o w c;-'<.
lFive'.c nilcs furt!hcr on you conic to
Moiind.rove. one ow the finest orange
groves in this secctrou of Florida.
Moundtrove is on the headwaters of
the Halifax River and is amid pretty
surroundingsns. The placc is reached
by a good road [passing Number
Nine] and is a drive all tourists may
cU oy.


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PORT ORANGE

DEVELOPMENT
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POlRT ORA.N(;1 'a pretty' lrtilaec
b .ae itied 'CPClS South of
Daiytonra on tic P v-c,-,,:,a-Ncw Smnyrnxa

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A lit: of tourists and
*A n:C re..d: .L--Akc Port Orani~c
A:::tr hCJ ~ '. ".1cic ofthe stev-
cral aOt:at I,,i!,-'2 the excellent
Li ~z4Ptrt C. la. x~ nthe orange


PORT ORANGE

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Siee .yea, Stearns and

Cadmilac


I MOTOR CARS I


li Atlantic Motor Car Company
42 and 43 Revrh Street
-6-66"* O*4


GILLE'S


SCut Rate Drug Store.


SEveiybody call, and reap the
I
benefit. I personally put up all
prescriptions so you are sure of
i lawful and correct work by a


I registered drugiist.


2 GILLE'S DRUG STORE.


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S Auto Transit s
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SWill have something
interesting to say.
SO-O**OIOIOIOIUOIO*O*OI


A Swel Pdish


Blue

Cream I


Does mot settle. L


FOR &4uK


Central Au


Ask fw


HOLLY HILL


HOLLY HILL, Jan. 6-Miss Morse
returned Sunday from Grant's Farm
to be ready to resume her duties in
the school Monday .
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan. of Chicago.
and Miss Ware, of Auburndale. N. Y..
who are spending the winter at Sea-
breeze, were among our visitors this
week.
Mr. and Mrs .Cornirg ar- (.omfort-
ably settled in their new bunzalo-w.
In honor of her bro, 'r, J. \V. liar-
ris, and sister. Mr? Chas R S::.
hands, Mrs. A. H. Car.- r :.:, :...
fricLd- TO j_-n I \.. : :. : :;, :
the Tomoka ` : .-d .... .. ....
"Eleanor..

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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Pubi1shfd every evening. except Sun-
day. from December 1 to April 1. by
STHE AZETTE-NEWf (Xi.
T. E. FITIzGBIALID, Editor-Manager.
C. S. HAlRRIS. City Editor.
(ieo. F. CaOCH. up-rintendent.
Entero-d as e-cond-clais matt*-r r1e-
c.-mhtr 1. 19. at the pott office at
Iyavtona. Florldu. undet-r th,- Act of
March S. l1rT.





Heart to Heart


Talks.
By ED"'LN A. NYE


SEABREk.ZE, Jan. 6 'Many (if
our winter visitors are avamliu-, th-*nk
(i e f the pii~~* -It'
rt~a(ing r c.,,) mon Oa k rl. < v.:
n v .a av n '1'.0 W
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atDaytna S ElKLLS ENGINE N
Bch atD perfect and most economical fuel for Auto
E and Stationery Gasoline EngiM.&
I)DAYTONA BEACH, Ja' Tht- For sale at all principal potats.
I ,a d i ts A id\ ,, M _I (' h r -
]n'' $ 74 GULF REFINING COMU

", i DAYTONA S. B. Green Agetnt I

i "Phone No. 70 or 26.





SCONRAD.OATES REALTY, 1

SAND INSURANCE COMPANY,



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SINSURA'NCE FLORIDAU
FIRE, EL. ROLARY
T TORNADO. ACC"hENT "C
LIAEII.lTY AMyT 1'1; 1; OTTH
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I DA~ TO>A, FU


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BURNED PAPER MCNEY.
Source of Great Proft to t1e G:..',"
meant and Banks.
At the redemption wir.-v rf ::..:
treasury and of the sutreasur.-,, f
the country any silver conj tlat L-..
Dot been mutilated wl!fu!y nr.d w~i-'b
Wtll is recognizable as frcan the mints
4W the United States will be redeemed
at face value, this in spite of the
het that the lUrver In the worn coin
Wy not be worth half its face value
An to gold coin. the government stands
only a small portion of the loss from
abrasion; but. according to weight,
the worn gold coins always are re-
teemable.
In the case of the paper currency
two-fifths of a note must be presented
If It shall be redeemed or a new note
bmued. and, no matter what the evi
dence may be as to total destruction
ot this paper currency, the government
Vsgards It as the holder's individual
%M with which It Is no further con-
Cerned. Fire may melt $1.o(0) worth
of silver coins and it is worth Its mreta
value. It may melt 1.(OYC in ',d
coins and the mint will pay $1,00) in
new twenty dollar gold r',i-cp for t..
mass. But the ashes of( $.,w1 in i .
per currency is without value
In the thousands. of frcs -,vr T..-
country every year lhv,- .. .
buildings, fac'torie. l : -. '
and family reidtr.ee :a: *
of legal terider G"'?C- ,f r.i k" : 1 ,

destroyed. Every :-e -. ,. ; ;;, *
lost is l,-ss t Th e ,,Ir -. ........
the governr.ment or ; : :... :.
It is a rr ,..;-s. r ... ,., ,-- ; -
to the L .i .r I :. ,. : : ,. f ,
many ca.-ts a:. '.'': ..! :: : : "
redeem bhi. d ;. :.r if .*
assured ty t1he joilt-r .:f it tU t tI.,
piece of paper to which he LL .1.:. -,'
his name had been destroye! ,, : -
dent and by no cLaLce cou.d tur: .
again against him.-Chicago Tri u-.

Pope as a Witness.
Pope, like Garrick. made hu, a ; -
figure In the witness tx.. lie wv.-
cited to appear In defense of Ush.;
Atterbury when that prelate was tried


a-


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i:r:ATE


FOR


cades, until tlicv fyi vxl:u:d.i y
der to restt're tLe 1_ burnt4 :i:,d lIfittt.r
c- liodies to %vivos -,r Ile Ajxd (-f
Low somue of theteir;vun.rsw
dead when i'It~
Or-
Did y~ eI.t!hy d11ary of zhat ht
of twnty-'~ L (a~ t1_11 41 !),"
story (_t eav-h da~v's uffvrii.x iin that

bpenedicti. h f i--w*.!!.rrn
Or-
Of 11,,%vthey f ui-: d .
the rp Kckets -,f .*.d viUsjk'
not -,f &I~~. Yu' ,f'! '"Lt *.
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B ELSINESS AND RESIDE
GOOD INVESTMENTS


Jas. S. Stanley, or NORMAN S.
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Parecn the pun, but we mepn
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ELt DESPLAN


---toa, Florida


Now Open for Season 1909-10.


Owner,


? g. Cmisime aad Service Excellent. Broad Piazza
*" .Roo Em ite Steam Heat Every Modern
Conveniere Send for Booklet.

f : ATLANTIC HOUSE, NarraganM tt Pier. Rhoei1 I


7HE RIDGEWOOI

I F D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor.


NOW OPEN


n


m- INEW


SAdolp
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Stillmai
Sand exi
as on all time.

( Chas.
Sof Atlai
:iare frie
w-- avenue.

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Paris, 1
V. Bre%
Collins a


rs OF THE HOTELS

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)h M.. Jaehde, of Leesburg, is
the recent arrivals at The
n. Mr. Jaehde is a piano tun. e
)ects to remain here for some


F.
ita,
ests
nds


Strong and John Strong,
Ill., arrived yesterday and
of The Stillman. They
of Mrs. Edick. of Volusia'


nt arrivals at The Despland
r. and Mrs. Elise Ritts, But-.
a.; Frances B. Kammerling,!
Prance; Mr and Mrs. Ernis,
wer, Brooklyn, N. Y.; V. G.
nd wife, Lexington, Ky.


be~
l Mst wll be managed by white Northern help, I 9 rI. an r. F ALnw, Miss
edare: Mr. an r. .H gnew, Miss
iem Vsome of the finest hotels in the North, and white Agnew, Beaver, Pa.; John A. Whit-
M the house. The table will be supplied Lovejoy, Ellis Lovejoy, Columbus, 0.;
Irheo;h tl. J. ibaipi(h Philadeli)hia.
p[ dsb~]tises of the season, cooked and served by the
g ad Waitresses obtainable. C. ().C liam il-iin, thle c.-, ial hi, st
(f 'Fh, l 'it llah i o, '>v- !it t,:l ,) Saint
; Maii dren: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island. N. Y. t |V'ds,* Wdit.l:y afte.r.L !ax-
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THE PRINCE GEORGE


Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors


DAYTONA, FLORIDA


Enlarged and Improved Since Last Season.


large and Beautiful Grounds---Located on River Front


Same Managcmcnt as THE hRI-S"I'> H.vP.'.N*


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Senators but for the Senate stables.
Other entries show the purchase of
one gallon of Neat's foot oil, $1.00;
one quart of foot dressing, 75 cents;
two mane brushes, 75 cents, and
three pairs of iron holdback hoops,
$1.00.


Some of the magical maneuvers iAl
the Senate may possibly be explain(A
by the fact that fifty gallons of Al-
ladin oil were bought for senatorial
use. Some other liquids were: four
gallons of alcohol, 25 barrels of
strained West Virginia oil. one bar-
rel of formaldine, and five gallons of
witch hazel.
In the first two months of 1;-4'9
the senators consumed 1 .4 (cas.s ,of
!apollinaris water, valued at $1,348 and
* cases of lithia wator valued at
$422.0Q. Quinine pills were bought by!
the thousand and frequently.
Seventy-five pages of the report:,
are devoted to a record of telegrams
received or sent at government ex-
pense. The statesmen have the right
to charge to Uncle Sam the cost of'
telegraphing about official business.
but they must acquaint the secretary i
with the name of the person to whom lI
t t-lo-ram is sent, the t,,xt n and the('

*
pric.e. 1'
In t!"- payrolls thtr.. ',! ';tr i:iaii ',

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Of ALL THfE -11 GSIHi 'SiAlI


CONGRESS BUS EVERY EAR.

EVERYTHING FROM COLOGNE TO
SNUFF AMONG THE LUXURIES
OF SENATORS. WHICH THE COV


ERNMENT PAYS FOR.


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AT TENDD IN 6'URAI.IO'N;


fSO ON" FOUN~DEDAD.


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Sojourning at other re-


sorts of Florida who later


contemplate a visit to


Daytona are invited to


write to


The


Daily


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News


THE HAMILTON


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NcV(, Y~iV~~4 ~'


TA >'


rlm Heat


1-i ~A'~


Electric Lights


. +.. B ll


Elegant Rooms with or without Bath,


m IdMRS. I. M. MABBETTE, Props and Mgrs.


PINES


Uhmsd on the highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
Srooms. Acccmodates 50 guests. Rates $2,.50 up. Tele-
k, electric lights, furnace heat. private bath. New and
emelkt appointments. MRS. J. B. HINSKY. Proprietress.

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NEW SEASIDE INN
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
Fowiwt.ng Modern. Homelike and Comfortable. IPrcct!y c n
.latic Beach. Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 'Pcr- Day **,,
HORACE F. STEWART
DAYTONA BEACH. C i 1 D \
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You may want to know


about the roads, about


the hotels, schools, etc.


if you will let us know
h 6t v t.'-i a1comodatinow
Z" 0 ornodaticon.


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HG'THE IVY L-ANE INN"
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Well Known and Popular DAY-I'T'ONA FLOPIDA.
SOverlooking the Beautiful Halifax Rivcr
N Emelike and Comfo-tablc House.r C;:- '
C. 0. CHAMBERLIN. Prr;.


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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS


Specialties


of


the


Conrad


Grocery


Company


Our


ARMOUR'S


Daily Market
Quotations.


The National Biscuit Company'


Star Hams and Bacon


Simon Pure Lard in Pails


PET


BRAND


Evaporated Milk


HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,
HIGHLAND, ILLINOIS.


FAMILY


lOc, 90c dozen
S3.50 case


TALL
lOc straight
S4.35 case


HOTEL
20c
S4.25 case


Armour Star Ham ...... ..lb. 20c
Ferris' Bacon .. ............55c
Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
Pails, 3 Ibs. 65c.; 5 Ibs. $1.00
10 Ibs. $2.00
Pride 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


Almonds, new crcp -. ..... lb. .25c


Mixed Nuts ..


.. .. .. .. .. 20c


Florida Pecans .............. 20:
Shelled Almonds ....... ..... 60c
Seeded Raisins .. ;3c lb., 2 for 25c
Currants 13c 'b., 2 for 25c
Apricots, evaporated ..........1lSc


Peaches, evaporated
Pears, evaporated
Oranges, per coze--,
C r L. t, C ;- Cr"


.5c


Le t,,-- Pap e-, *e


EXCEL


ALL


CAMPBELL'S SOUPS
THE BEST OBTAINABLE--TWENTY VARIETIESj
I
A Table Delicacy Always-Ready for an Emergency
CAMPBELL CHILI SAUCE, SALAD DRESSING
and MUSTARD.


ALL lOc A CAN OR BOTTLE


Scudder's


Syrup


DRINK


Tetley's


Teas


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TETLEY'S


A HIGH CLASS

PRODUCT....


TEAS--


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


THE


DAILY


NEWS


JOB


PRINTING


DEPARTMENT


Has just


received over


one thousand pounds of


most Modern and Pretty faces of Type.


This in itself is not so much but our workmen


r
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are artists


in their line and the combination


OUR


Cakes and Crackers


Put'agi3 the followingisizes:
BABT


5c, 6 for 25c


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


Commencing with Dec. 1st


Mrs. W.
is visiting
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OOSE, WHO SAYS HE MANUFACTURED POLAR DATA
FOR DR. COOK.
gI ; ngI imit In connection with the Dr. Cook polar contnr)
IiTt nmoa In New York by Captain August W. Loose dchlir
.IoyS by Cook to figure up some polar data before hi-
eI o to Oapnha In a Loose Is an expert navigator rie 1say th
'wI lure were tangled and nent to him with a proposition ',
sfly correct data to be sent to the D)anish society at Coj,<-:,
i gM een tlom Is that Cook did not pay him what h, n greed to f(,
Sebe gav the story to the newspapers.


'e is No Place


Just Like Daytona


As a Resort in which to spend the winter


Daytona is known the


Prettiest


of the


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P. Bloom, of Columbus, 0.,
her cousin, Mrs .J. P. Vin-


Born, to Mr. and Mrs. James P.
Stanton, on Monday last, a fine boy.
Congratulations.

Milo McNeal is building a fence
about his property on Lincoln ave-
nue and Pine street.

Mrs. Case, of Evanston, Ill., joiln-
ed her friend, Miss Parker. at the
T;_;_~ ~ ~ r' 1-l-l'*_ pit., *l .- "r-^ Road-f


Herbert Packard is still in a critic-
al condition at Dr. Bohannon's hos-
pital at Daytona. An abcess was
opened in his left side last week and
lie is doing as well as could be ex-
I'ected following that operation. His
sister, Mrs .Carrie IPitts. has been
,'own to I)aytona twice this week.

Recently we mentioned the bad
condition of the Daytona-Ormond road
south of the Ormond line, but the road
within Ormond is not much better.
There are several broken places that


vniug uomesteau oi tlv -.... 'k should be repaired at once if Ormond
last Tuesday. is to retain her reputation for good

Charles H. Piper of Daytona. was'roads.
in Ormond Tuesday looking after the
advertising interests of the "Ask Mr. I C. B. Gordon, of Waxhaw, N. (C..
Foster Company." has rented Mrs. Corpe's house on
Tomoka avenue. Mrs. Gordon and
E. C. Totmian is completing a sta- their three children are to arrive this
ble and wagon shed on his property week. We welcome this family among
on Tomoka a\',nue. The work is be- us as probable permnarant residents
ing done by ('. A. Freck. (f Ormond. Mr. Gordon is emInployd
t i I V 1 1 i Tir


J. D. Price sent his auto ovor to)
Winter Park (w; Monday to carry our
young peopled. i'l their guests (1f 1th
holidays baick I() HolI.M T ',litz-",' "li,

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Current


The Service

will continue

every week

day until

.April first

Sand longer

if business


is


Effective


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


THE SHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and

WATER COMPANY.


WE CONFESS


We admit it irankly the MerPh'a2;s 3rk .ants ;.aur Lusiness But we also,
can assure you that in z1eu1n io ;z. business. this hank notnnlv offers a service
which we believe a!'nos' ; :-I. .- e" ,i' i seci ,'i r e v-y drlIir entrust-
ed to our care
In cold, unasumir'4 ;:' : i, n' r editor regard-
less of the amount he mrn, h. h- ,. m:is ;,


Capital .
Surplus and Profits
Stockholders Liability


S250.000.


any possible loss.
We repeat:


S100,000.00
50,000.00
100,000.00

Total, $250,000.00


That amount stands between your deposit and


This bank wails your business.


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: Christmas-tree Lamps hen in need *
: : Hidh Class Wines and
: and Equipment for sae LIUO RS a i
LIQUORS
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p. DAYTONA DAILY NEWS


Just Received


Dress Suit Cases and Bags in Leather and Grass


Trunks, Telescopes, Straps, Tags, Etc.


Call and See Them.


THE PECK-HENDRICKS CO.
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":memo ume oUomomoEomSoUoo
SGo to.....
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SSHEPPARD'S :"
SFcr Aii Cuts
m Florida and Western Meats
Fancy Groceries all fresh
Apples, Bananas, Figs, Grape
SFruit, Oranges, Tangerinesa
STurnips, Celery, Carrots *
0 Etc.
N. Beach St. 'Phone 119.
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meo memon Eele memoo eow

SBARNES 0
*THE NOVELTY MAN0


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BARNES
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BARNES;
*THE NOVELTY MAN
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SSkirts frc
NEW
Sahlin Pe




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New


Goo


Dom $1.00 up, Coat Suits I

V LACES-NEW EMBRO


rAect


form and Corset Combie.>
Glove Fitting Corset
McCALL'S PATTERNS


Chas. E. Gardin


LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
9:28 today; 10:19 tomorrow.
THE WEATHER.
Rain tonight and Friday; coide r Fr-
day.


CRYSTAL

THEATRE


MOTION PICTURES


An Eventfu! Trip
A Game ci Chess
Hand Organ Man

VAUDEVILLE

ILLUSTRATED SONG


MUSIC BY WOODS ORCHESTRA

MATINEE SATURDAY


DAYTONA


OPERA


HOUSE

ONE NIGHT ONLY
Tuesday, Jan. 11
W. F. MANN Presents
LOU STREETER
In the Kurz- Pi:y cf Quality
Meadowbrook
Farm
3, L U PARKER
A S-ory o. the New Hampshire HiPs
Nature's Beauty Spot Special Scen-
cry. Electrical Effects
AN UNUSUAL CAST


Prices,


75 50 : 25c


Seats on Sale at Hankins'
Drug Store.

Dance every Monday evening

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The dredge Klondike resumed work
on the City Island this mraorii:;L.

Miss Kl.ebs. vocal tt-ach-r ,f N.-'
York. was in th, citv yve.-'tr, y :: :.
Cocoa.

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J. B. Moore and party went down
hp riwv-r today on Mr. Moore's boat,
the Grant Ferris, for a few days of
hunting and fishing at Castle Windy.


Mrs. Ed A. Lindberg and little son
arrived Wednesday night from Pitts-
burg. and are with Mr. Lindberg's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Lindberg,
on South Palmetto avenue.
** W.\NTED-Position as. driv,-r of
ear. Thoroughly competent. Five yevers
*.\x;jri,-nce: driving and garage work.
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Let us help you solve the problem of whij
him for any time. A nice Suit wod m
either father or son. Coat Sweater i
Slippers, Moccasins, Suit Case, Travefr |
Umbrella, Fancy Vest, Hosiery. Suspend.,
Neckwear in Individual Boxes. : :



re Have for Ladies and Childre


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



FOSTER
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SHOE SIZES.


H vw t'ee Standard c :F ,'ea:u-er-, nt
Was Estb,-h',-sd.
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follov-s tht.refrr.rn t';:it : .. : .ft., t
flud out the ,nuf:,,r ,if Lis own si-,,
unless he be tan exp(,rt arith:metic!,:i.
Even then he is llkv to go wr.,ng.
because all the shoe experts n;Inw f,.r
the weight of the IndIvidual nn'1 the
build of his foot before they try to
determine what slzo shoe Le ouht t,
!wear.
As far as woea's s tle ,cF.-
cerued the problem is s:"z n're d.2-
cult, because many of tt:e nianuf'-
turers instead of keeping, to the reu-
lar scale have marked dw- their
numbers one or two s1ze.s in ord,'r to
capture easily Cattered cut-.mers. F. r
this reason most dealers ask ,rt of
t'wn customers to s,:i' S. 1 ',1 .'.
wlth their orders.
The Sy3 temI of I::>.-.-. ; :. -. .
:::u''h simpler. .n' ,.' -... ,, ,
;!:zo !e wear s::-; .
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WINDOW and DOOR FRAIEMSi
and DOOR SCREENS, M66iuim
Turning, Scroll Sawmi^
North Ridtewood Ave. t
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SCollars

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