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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 7, 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: VID00395
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Published Every Evening Except Sunday During recermber. January, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BY UNITED PRESS.


DAYTONA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1910


15 Cents per Week


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.^POL -LO
Itii A POL OF


VOTERS


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VOTE 53H(
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I IEINIPAL POLITICAL POT

1S1. BEGINNING TO SIMMER.


FIFTY CANDIDATES ARE ANNOUNCING

ALONG FOR VARIOUS OFFICES FOUR
TY. WOULD LIKE TO BE COLLECT-
OR, MAYBE.
OW8
111 I The municipal political pot has!
18 commenced to sizzle and candidates


51

. 50


m -oe in which way
op AgmIte in which wayI


is an old sayi


,*ldll the pulse of the public
ib e mayorality contest to
EFj ury 9th is concerned
Wes yesterday afternoon
i 1:0f a 4:00 o'clock took
vote of the registered
VW Beach street from the
Im BIlock to Hankins' cor-
Val=were asked to name a
tm of blank paper of
Hesounced candidates for
iC Mayor of the City of
Al ost every register-ed
f in ground-floor places
k wthina this territory was
were taken indiscrimin-
f only ones not included
Olwft happened to be out of
-aUulr gtire stores or shops at
Jf Ie vote was taken. The
qIP | ir4S no one outside tif pie-
.trinH the pla'ces.o f l,.-i-'
We territory, and t.
,I S in such a Oil t!
Im i entirely secreti
yeaotaken without iar,--
of the thrwe caitdb:,
or dief a

14 lo was about :s I. lb< ,
'Um we three ahlieli., 4t a.
4 s r the office o0 'i ,nii \\ ,; a,
J tWl ilaifying \,ir i,,... !,,.
IM T7tu, Greene anid Zuii> r .
4il of paper, fold it and jiia,,
&. w k ?" All complied c;,t

t Mlft of the .-I 'votet- takt'ii
Wh6ows: Henry T. Titus. ;21
SV. .rese, 18; M. 1I. Zublr, I


iTiUS Of


T' f IUlAN IS Il.

MW KAS OF CONGRATU-

t1 EMIVED BY THE NOT.


UC~ATOR.


r-AiBOR. Mich Jan,. 7 Th.
P NM birthday of Dr. James I1.
lIPealient emeritus of the U'ni
of Michigan, wa remembered
w ithli many messages of o-(ij-
^*toI from the faculty meniber:.
4t Ktidents ad other friends (4!
4k Univerftyy With tilthe .xcp-iltti
t Ifier Preident Timothy il)% i-iki
4 Y1le, who is his senior t.\ : 1. v.
ISths. Dr .Angel i.- ,ti (.1!, .
"I educators o(tf it lt i,; ,: -
'" in Rhode lslaii IiI. '
SM ha educatiol.hl (', La,
-m at BrovL l"\,,'
6 Y4 of ap, ;,,
^lo 84 nrfxiaelui ,I' 1: .


galore haje announced that they are
: galore halfe announced that they are


wiligto be hofl(4r("d lby th peope. :
In the nlay(!rality ratct I ivuzry T.I
The us E. W.~ :tnd M.! 11.Zu1w r'
have announced.
Lng. Aaldermien E. .1. M\ill< anid G. A.\


Klock ho ld ( v\* 'I' for allothIt. '~at '
The terms of offiLA.o(f lda rinte:i
Joseph Osborne. S. Huvzinarmi, 1, v.
Smith. E'. 1'. (aa'(. anid IIt, I i "
Schirlidt t'Xtt..' f;a ri' v* b
tion. Aldermana >l ? ly Stta'-a '1 :
It'Oiti&I' that Lat' Va i] .''t 1'4' I:1 4(,;!!
didatc for ]ttla ~L.li 'it
Smitih is just I- pu-211i\ a' LUia-'
thle (;fllt'' coud1(1 Ii'z 1wtat' i.rIl 4 ta
him loil a glIi pt .\;Gtb'raa !I
Conrad Nwa- do\%n ith(- rx i' 'ii a ;
iug trip and cotuI~laaat 1t h'l-;i.i di:-
to his ithii o :. .iliII I 1(,\k
mann likewise was naot itr
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nitely decided w lit t1iit'-I- I, 111
to4 ltwk'(11le i Ciihdidalc 1ia r .ti',-(atf,(
Friends of W. G. I t) 1.> >Iw a aO A a.
loe a t'and(idattc. bt oit v '*lsI~


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GREEN, LPROBAB1ALE E\


MADRIZ READY TO RE11IRE

AS NICARAGUAN PRESS

WILL INSIST, HOWEVER,

SESTRADA BE NOT A CAND

FOR THE OFFICE.


FREEZING TEMPERATURE,


IDENT.


SAYS WEATHER MAN.


THAT ALTHOUGH THE PREDICTED COLD


IDATE


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WAVE HAS NOT YET ARRIVED
REPORTS SAY IT'S ON THE WAY
Th \v ;ith rtn~ n ;i:t.,.,} hi, prttdic-
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DEER AND ELK 4 AT AIOAL

PARK LIBLE TO PERISH.

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AND SNOWPLOW


ARE LOST ON NORTHERN PACI-


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Union miners all over the country are concerned over the electiou of
%i president for the United Mine Workers' assoctl:tion, soon to take )place.
Uiltll recently It was thought that Tomt Lewis, who succeeded .lJohi Mitche!&
in thait office at the last election, would have no opposition. llowever, Mr
I..iwis has found a Btiong opponent In Vlllhiiin (;retii of Cosh,'toni, :and th.lt,
1'ifeiids of the lahitter confidently believe that lie will win In the oallotnl.
which began several weeks ago. As the counting of the 'votei proeede,
(r,-en guined rapidly. Hle lias been active In the counsels of the union fo;
S',:inlly l ,.irs and Is highly regarded lya ; large following.


Hi AN D [I6LISH PAY "DI[C[ASED WIF['S SISTER"


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TO BRITISH ENTERPRISE.


a: R()-\ L!NE COMPLETED

aj ~ IDS'F' DAF>. ,CfCI\T;NENT.


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W.I H. WRIGHT...
Painting
Paper Hanging
Decorating
219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE


T. E. Fitzernild E. F. O)tt's
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Special Facliltles for Examitnni
and Perfecting Land Tltht-<
Office in Conrad Buildingi. *Phone 1-4


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
I'lt-iq.it'oni to Trtnt You Righlit.
I,tl U%, B,' Your J-welt r-.
L. H. ROWE & CO.


NEVILLE H. CLARK
OPTOMETRIST.

4w
EYES TESTED-FRAMES FITTED


DR. C. DeW. AKE

Aw Dentist
()t e fHourt*--%:an to 4:.0
Office, South Beach Street, Oppo-
site City HalL


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

1.-Because you always tet 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 have 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.
oess services are rendered you by kind and obliging salesmen.


Gruber-Morris Hardware Company


PlIESIDENT


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Scum- SWTLM
STATIONERY and BOOKS

GEO. H. CLARK
WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS
NEWSPAPERS AND
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I BIG BARGAINS
Men's Winter Suits at o
HALF PRICE
SW. PECK, 237 N. Beac St.
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LING WAH
CHINESE LAUNDRY
214BXAC1 TITRXKT. DATTONA. FLORIDA.
Dro ss shirt, 1 Night Shtrts
WhttA fairt" I, VWrni.n .lhirt- :
Cb rck Shirt- U 'nd.-r'hirts
Rb 1rt .. : Ira -.r- .
fltb rts collar atT. ::, ,k. p,-r pair :
ODllWar' or Cuf'- iAndlki-rchl,-f- *
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SQUIGGS' BAKERY
PRODUCERS OF THE
PERFECTION OF
n BAKERY GOODS.


0 0
a LOVELY 1910 CALEI DARS
SDixie Dols. Stenciled Work of all
Skins, Embroidery materials, Stamp- 0
it while yoa wai' .
WOMAN S EXCHANGE
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MAC'S BREAD
nTHE REAL STUFF

MAC'S CAFE
THE REAL THING

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TOMOKA RIVER and e
NEW SMYRNA
on Steamers
UNCLE SAM acd CHEROKEE
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By L. C. DEMAREE. ---*
One of Daytona's crowning glo- JOHN M. SHEELEY
ries is her incomparable beach. No A Specialty of
one who ever set foot upon its Interior Decorating.
smooth, packed sands; no one who Orders May Be Left at R owes
ever pedaled a bicycle over its ex- Jewelry Store.
panse; no one who ever drove a l ,,,, ,
prancing pair of horses and listen- s ___
ed to the popping of their seel shoes ) AUTO OWNERS, ATTENTION-
upon its asphaltum-like face; no onej You can get your tires patched up
who ever steered a high-power au- any old place, but for real, reliable
tonobile down the broad stretch of Vulcanizing Work that will stand the
wave-washed and surf-packed sand racket, send your repairs to the Vul-
but realized that it is a wor1d-baat-, canizer, Cottage Ave., opposite Yacht
er, a World-wond-r. G s-a"-d u-onClub. Wmn. S. McGREGOR. the o0-,
;.V5 *)*-,a. .. % -inaf Daytona Tire Man-Aqe-t for-
" .. .. *-- ..... ...., .,.,-, and the FISK RUBBER COMPANY.
aL'^-.r -" '.i^ i. T:r:.-- :s r.^ "" <*
;.-. : ,:-:. ::, :"-. If you must Chew and Smoke,
Tre Pl:ad. Pe: c4d Hai,"ax Rver. Chew and Smoke with Us. We

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BUSINESS ANDT
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I ADVERTISEMENTS |
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Dr. Jno. A. Van Valzah, Ph. G.


supt-rficial o-jsi-rv -rr. V :2 such lav-
ish wealth of naturA.. bta;jvy it be-
,jame ain ei. y thinf tor th, hand of
man to give th- 1:n.:,hinn touches
which have wrou.ght: o(,it th, coor"s
and outlines of the big picture1 .
Man did all this in the laying out
of the streets with th..lr wide margin,-:
of parkage. The entire city becomes
a great park, wxuit driv.7-.v..ys inter-
sc-cting. mles u,)oun mles c drive-
ways so goou as to attract _otorists.
from all ove-r th-. conti.nen*.
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GEO.WRAY
Dealer .
PIANOS ad
PLAYER PIANOS

Concert Tuner



E. D. MILLS

BARBER

High Class in Every
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INVESTMENT

COMPANY


M. L. Waggoner

Desirable Building
Lots on all streets
in town; also river
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SEABREEZE and DAYT
BEACH, two entcrpsisft
progressive towns on the
fax Peninsula. are ecrra'hicaln
although incorpcra:c- as seflli
municipalities. Th-e "- '--as
the peninsula ::.crh .!,t oa outh
distance of :rom :;r,. ad
to four miles, aud c c.ad eat
west from the sur,: 5 seas of
Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax
the beautiful t:de-water stream
sets them apart from Daytou
which they have close c
byv means of three -brides, a
a half-hour ferry service.
S.abreeze and Daytona Beach
essentially summer and wijUt
sorts and are making ha ndrea
new friends every year amontl
who desire to escape the
ing extremes of heat and cold,
their hotels and boarding
arc now receiving -piendid
ace :rcn thc most d.scrin
c:ass oa tourists.
The mean av. r -.r, c'mperatum0 I
a:( th e i udmm r 7. d
t: Le NA~ner *h 1: 3ccasija
cxi:ri r.c cr dr.-. -: *.. days' dbin
at,,::.. :-:-.arks "i.-h`s -s...a ": the load
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Daytona, Florida
Manufacturers.


iHava Smokers
Only First Quality. Well Cured
TObacco Used
No dope or artificial flavoring, Just
a lndn of ft tobsmos. All
pratorsw c eamd beakthy
A 10 Cent Quality
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I ORMOND-ON-THE-HALIFAXI


I DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA I


A.


CORONAkDO
Is situated 'an the p- i.,u.is i ,
New Smyrna amid i, c.ai:ct...i
good road and bridge oci t;-e 14 i
current 01 Iol-ia River li.:c ,.
can put aidc your cotAA. ,i. .i
garb, breatLe in large a;,d a.i i t:.
Ilty tonic 01 o the sea a"nd eC1jy ). ;- :
self to your hearl-t s .x,1.1,t ..i... t,1 1
and reel ia ro w or sail boat o; i. IL.
oCean surf a short ha-.ii-u"- .j,
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THE &

OCEAN HOUSE

F. W. SAMS
PROPRIETOR

Rates:
$3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
Excell,-nt Hunting
and Fishiing
NEW NMYRNA
FIURII)A


HOTEL

TURNBULL
NEW %SMYRNA
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A House Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
Iliiint-r.s for Motor-
111b: I trt* r U
..*1.ctlulty
Rates: $2.0 G per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES
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I mW SKYRMA Li utued fif$ema!
m omuath of Dao mand is an
e spot m-ad" fhe Daytona by
S" I Wft R aI V"wiadiagf trough
am t-am mot Pfctusrsque parts Of

WI& its ancient rains dating back
t a time when the history of man
f aot, interlaced with wires of
Ow modkra telegraph and telephone
IwAl o abshell streets as hard and
nth a Boor mand over-arched by
Iay forest giants that grew in state-
Ty Cudew during the lapse of by-
gone centuries, New Smyraa is truly
a place of romance and rest
All nature here is very inviting to
the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
too is to be found the best fishing and
hunting in the State of Florida.
The people are thrifty, the busi-
ess men enterprising, and all unite
in ertendint the welcome hand of
hospitality to strangers. There arc
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 housesC
There arc any number ot pretty
,homes for the permanent population
which numbers close to 2,000, and
some very fine ve.nitr t.,ciA
There art: good hotels and l.:: I
houses where you. c4,: niII ace. :,. -
datious to r',,I \C. ,,.. ,'-
0 L.. S.
SCCLOU Cl ci ., .ii. 1.: I .' ..
|ou:id ai;"- \" .* 1 ,' .
bccan d .. .
can be b ::. .. t ,- .-... "

the State is r.. ,d a iA .- .;:
other vecctab!.s r, i, .. ........
and Lcre, too, is tL I );;ie ., 'i, I.,
ous uIndian River oraugc->
New Smyrna has uo bondLed i-
debtedness and the tax levy is low
A point that no tourist should i..il
tO visit is the ruins of the Old S.,an,-
i& Mission which stand somber a;. I
alone about one and a quarter mlc.
southwest of New Sm',-ua. A good
road leads to the place and the trip
cam be easily made by an tutormobile
Silent, in the great pine flis by the
margin of the forest, is this pla4e o01
pilgrimage for the pious; this reu
dezvous for the picnicker. The roi;t,
are extensive, and while there is io
authentic history of their origin, it
is presumed that the Mission v.,a
built by the Franciscans in the d%' ,
when the once powerful Kxingdonm ot
Spain first planted its flag upoj ,-.a't
is now American soil. It was bul:
of coquina, the rooi being 1 i.
same material, cut i-to thin sl: -_.
and covered ith cemencat plat<.i
Extensive gardein suriou;udid i;
which were cnclosed l y a st- ;,
wall, porti..on2 01 ,h h ll r,.I:...... |
Visitors usaiuaily -,;ie..L :u i *'in.
merry and c-: aui I .i i',." 1 > ,.
the plac. so,..-: i.ll : r....... ^.^
they separa .. -A .,]. .1 : .... ...,
meditative u, ri<,i .:,:; -
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ORMOND


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SORMOND is five miles north of
Daytona, located on the western
bank of the Halifax River. The lo-
cation of the town permits of good
drainage and perfect sanitation; the
elcvatisn 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 to''. :i is very co 'nonolitan.
!: a:; cac: .cx!:it iraA d d s..'hool. scv-
cr.'l curIrcle,., a '"eC publ c li rtrv.
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.taIlks and it:i vi,.
At t"i' ",d iKt .i.. i-. wc.,t.d t';c.
lar.e Hote! 'ru".,;,d, and i,'i -,e
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OR WRITE TO

MACON

THORNTON
ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTERSTATE D)
IN PRoPERTY IN
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VOLUSIA

COUNTY

BANK
DELAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
Prt-sldnt
J. B. 'CONRAD
Vlc,. Pr,.sid -nt
M. A. WE)< :''
':.> ;e1. r


G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Druls, Stationery.
Huylcr s CandiCe-;,
Kodak., C-'arn,

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D ELAND, 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 .
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
cquiprn-.t; ucarIv 300,000 eudoA-
nieut, a C r'u-c'e L:br'iry .io:;c rep-
rcsent:'g an u :vcst-.:cut in bitLJiut ,
*endow -ent .d .-Jboo'.%' o, ~ut.'re than
$!0.000. T':e 1ra-ry is the UIL':tL d
SStat:cs Go vcr'm:nat dcposi o:"r ;or t1ec
.Sta~e ,., Ktlonla. j.':. coaitainsl over
15,000 \ol;'.::.c',. ,:-. e I! Ua'.t, one
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JELLIES
Are Pro1'aced at

"NUM BEfR NI'W'


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STETSON

UNIVERSITY
DxLAND, FLAn
Four CoU4ge and 6
Technical .choolig.
Equipment cost-
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Endowment Pv).x.I.
Faculty of v Pro-
tfsiors 'nd In-
structor. Chrttlan,
but non-1.'-tartan]
T, nc'hlng.
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3 Beach Street


GILLE'S


Cut Rate Drug Store.


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


GILLE'S DRUG STORE.


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U

The Daytona

S Auto Transit

Company....


Will have something

Interesting to say.
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A Swed Poli"


Blue

Cream I


Does not settle.


FOR SAl&Uq


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Ask for


ILoCAL ITEMS@


B. Barratte, of Jacksorville. was
In the city Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Young, of Nea
London, Conn., have taken rooms on
Orange avenue.

F DeWitt Carpenter. cf DV.,ttvll,.
N. Y., arrived \Vednesday and has
taken rooms at the La Cr,, -. Villa.

Mr. and Mrs. N-.s Jehi..n .,I N.,
Dakota, have take t, *.e r t! .i,
the Livingston Lz..me( ), S-,.,' c .
enue Mr. Jc-hn-I ""'.--n :. *.
new bicycle yesterday ":, .. .
pO SeS t( -*" :. "
ton ns.

Capt. \V. V. S::.:7 :, :..:...
garage built i:: t.- ... .
on Se'o pOv t,~ r :: t k.U '.,; '.
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I THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Published evt-ry vending. except Sun-
day. from Ix-e.mber 1 to April 1. by
THE .?iAZETTE-NEwS elO.
T. E. FITZGnRALD, EdtuZ-,Mar-:i-r.
C. 8. HARRIS. City Editor.
tGio. F. CRoOCCH, 8upi-rlnt4nd-nt.
Entered a? s,-cond-clas.s mnatt4-r r>--
e-mber 1. I9^. at the poet otlcf i"
Iaytona. Florida, under the Act of
March 3, kIW.





iiirt to Heart


Talks.
Dy EDWLN A. -YE.


BA".5 ON THE WINDOWS.
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DODGE-STECK WEDDING


IN LONDON, ENGLAND.


WALTER PHELPS DODGE AND
MISS HELEN LOUISE STECK
SAID TO HAVE PLANNED FOR


WEDDING


AT ST. GEORGE'S


A NEW TIME RECORD 1.
IN SHIP CONSTRUCTION j
NEWPORT NEcWS, Va., Jan. 7-A
new time record for the construction
,of freight and passenger steamers in
the coast yards of the United States
has been made by the Newport News
Ship Building and Dry Dock Company
in building the big freight and pas-
senger steamer Bear f r t ne San
Francisco and 11,!n .-"ar1 ai
,,,.:~a y ._a d S an !i
Th;_ first .' k '- "ir' : r [':. hipi
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PEERLESS ENGINE l

A perfect and most economical fuel for Autoam
and Stationery Gasoline Englim. ,


For sale at all principal points,


GULF REFINING COA


DAYTONA

AGENCY


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


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AND INSURANCE COMPANY


FLORIDA


INSURANCE
FIRE, BURGLARY.
TORNADO, ACCIDENT.
LIABILITY. AUTOfkrOBILE
and MARI,"7-


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S-ow pen for Season 1909-10.

I nL WATE, Owner, and Manager.
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Crisis and Service Excellent


R-n REmite.


Steam Heat


Broad Piazzas on all


Every Modern


Caveaieme. Send for Booklet


p k : &ATLsLATIC HOCUE, Narragansett Pier, Rhodo Islana.
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^H RIDGEWOO0

O? cE. DI-LANGWORTHY, Proprietor.

NOW OPEN

It will be managed by white Northe
sg ames of tle finest hotels in the North, a


mwghout the house.


The table will be


L d deli es of the season, cooked and serve
mld Waitresses obtainable.
S aidEe'm: Pkvptietor Prospect House, Shelter Island


ern help,
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. T HE PRINCE GEORGE

Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors
DAYTONA, FLORIDA


Enlarged and Improved Since Last Season.


Urge and Beautiful Grounds---Locatcd on River Front


Sanie Managcmczut as THlE BRIlSTOL. A-huin lA.4 "' 1


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NEWS OF THEHOTELS



L. L .Pickett is registered at The
Pines from Wilmont, Kentucky.

E. B. Cannon, of Cedar Rapids, Ia.,
arrived yesterday and is guest at the
Despland

R. M. Pike, of New York, arrived
Tuesday and will spend some time at
The Pines.

A party of twenty-five tourists ar-
rived at the Ridgewood this morning
from Ormond on their way South.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Courvoisier, of
Mill Neck, L. I., arrived Wednesday
and are season guests at the Pal-
metto ,where they have spent many
winter seasons.

C .0. Chamberlain returned Thurs-1
day night from St. Augustiiie. ~here,
lie had been to participate in thej
opt-nfing for thle SaslofII of Ih< I'orco
de 1.Lon otlttI .


Mark Twain (S. L Clemens).

Dai hters Death a Sore Blow For
Author.


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C']h, nie I isr a r !(liiin q. Cnn., w\'as a sad
fotr i ther. thie fallIous


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sorts of Florida who later


contemplate a visit to


Daytona are invited to


write to


The


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THE HAMILTON


Ne.t i. .4i F Fir t ci`,t


DAYTCN-


Elcctriic gits


I-s- 4


Elegant Rooms with or without


-I MR mLd MRS. I. M. MABBETTE,


BIt 1i


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Prop's and Mgrs.


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NEW SEASIDE INN i
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
Eweryting Modern, Homelike and Comfortal Ic r!
Atltic = Beach. Surf Bathing and Fishing $2.50 1,. i 1i-i *
HORACE F. STEWART 1
DAYTONA BEACH. ,i ir 0



"THE IVY LANE INN"
A )On block ii, i, ... ,-

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THE PALMETTO $
Wll Known and Pop-ular i 'A\ l ,iA
Overlooking tt.c i ,ai,: t: I_ :
AUH-elike and Conic:at-l, ,.- i. :- ,-
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THE PINES
"l ted On the highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
ky HnaMs. Acccmodates 50 guests. Rates 2 0 up. Tele-
ifik, ekctric lights, furnace heat, private bath. New and
Appointments. MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.


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Our


ARMOUR'S


Star Hams and Bacon


Simon Pure Lard in Pails


Daily Market
Quotations.


Armour Star Ham I........lb. 20c
Ferris' Bacon ...............55c
Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
Paits, 3 lbs. 65c.: 5 Ibs. $1.00
10 lbs. $2.OC
Pride Oleo, in ros ....... 30c


N. Y. State Crea- Chteese .


The National Biscuit Company


Cakes and Crackers


EXCEL


ALL


OTHERS


25c


Swiss Cheese ..


BRAND


Evaporated Milk


HELVETIA"MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,


HIGHAND,


Pfut:gii the followindsizes:
BABT


5c, 6 for 25c


FAMILY


lOc, 90c dozen
S3.50 case


ILLINOIS.


TALL
10c straight
S4.35 case


HOTEL
20c
S4.25 case


Now Potatoes per peck SOC
English Wal-ruts,. ew c rep-lIb.--20c


BSnUziS, me vvcro -


A:moncds, new c.": -
Mixed Nuts ..
Florida Pecans
Shelled Almonds,


Seeded Raisis
Currants ...


. .... lb.. .2- c


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20C
..6C


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Apricots, evaporate: .
Peaches, ev'apo-aej
Pea s. e.,3-~ z3-
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CAMPBELL'S SOUPS


THE BEST OBTAINABLE-TWENTY VARIt
A Table Delicacy Always-Ready for an Emerte
CAMPBELL CHILI SAUCE, SALAD DRESSbum
and MUSTARD.


ALL lOc A CAN OR BOTTLE


Scudder's


Maple


DRINK


Tetley's


Teas


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NEWS


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JO-B


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F PRINTING


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M A. BALUNGER, SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.
S' ^ -Bte lmyitlgattion of the department of the Interior Is con-
-.i jlito with much apprehension on the part of adherents
'tll b tn cwutivversy. Those who follow events closely and are
t lo H orm. rather, are familiar with official affairs, believe that a
'C mit before the senate committee gets far into the inquiry.
- U h^I 4-OW-04 to say, but the common talk Is that somebody is bound to
tal*M 9tr. Balllnger declares he courts the fullest investigation possible


There is No Place


Just Like Daytona


As a Resort in which to


or a part of it.


Daytona


wold over as the Prettiest


flrida--and the


Beajty of the


spend the winter


is known the


Reso t


City


as


SeArchitect Of ~Univerise !


NrOT BURIED AT SEA.


The Human* Frinoh Boatman and the
Ded LnlWhma
A long expected French lugger was
seen making for the roadstead, and
th Lowestoft free traders were on
the alert, anxiously seek lug an oppor-
tunity for communicating with tier
crew. While they waited for a lapswi
of vigilance on the part of the excise
men a boat was lowered from the iug
ger and rowed toward the shore. A
curious crowd of beach men and ex
Cise mnen assembled to meet tier. and
as she came in on the crest of a roller
It was observed that she cojtalned a
coffin.
The French boatmen had a mourn-
ful tale to tell. On board the lugger
had been an Englishman suffering
from an illness which soon proved fa-
tal. In his last moments of conscious
ness he had begged the captain uot to
bury him at sea. but to keep his lbody
until a resting place could be found
for It under the green turf of a church-
yard in bis native land. Sympathy
with his sad fate and the knowledge
that the lugger was not far from the
English contst had Induced the captain
to consent. H:id now be bad sent the
body ashore tor burial. In spite of
bis brken EI-: :llsh the Frenchmen's
spokesman told his tale well.
Both excise men and bench men-
especially the latter-loudly expressed
their admiration of the captain's con-
duct. A parson was summoneduu, and
in a little while a mournful procession
made Its w:ay from the beach to tht-
churchyard. Even the c-hief otlicer of
the excise men was present and Is .i
to have shed tears.
That nigt the C local "'res:rrect
isis" were L.us.y, arid at d:rvi! t!h"
churchyard contained a desc'cr:'ed
grave. A little way inland, however.
in the midst of the marshes, a s::2ug-
glers' store received the additlon of a
cotui f!ilel with) si'ks and lace.-
"Hihways and Bywaiys Itn E:ast .An
g11:i." by \V. A Durt.

ON THE FLAT SHELL.
Oysters Opened That Way With a Pur-
pose, the Waiter Said.
The waiter had taken a long tUme In
getting the oysters, but as he was well
known to his gpests anid his guests to
him that occasioned no comment.
When the oysters were brought the
Waiter set them down before his cus-
tomer and asked:
"Do you like them better th:it way?"
The diner looked, but he didn't no-
tice any difference, so he asked. "What
way ?"
w .I..Vt )|)
"Vhy, on : t:e t st siel." re;i'lid tI,,
Ax-i,'tr. "ID,'T't ,.;- : see they -ire!'t on
0h,, curved p:'irt o'f the sell. ;s s1-; :l''
"I -t'e It ix ,v t,.,t you tell i' t ,,Iho rt
it." s:iid t!:f '(! ,,r. "Th'.t I t' a:'t '\ :.'t-


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t ati a f~ t I it' e :r :'


fa ttecr ec% 1 e !i t s el. t, \v ~ ii
thei mjore rea ,.t i t h110XIteWI "'.'C'~
scaenre Oieito soi foks t!,a t ~a~It
they : Lsk t d( for ex tra largo u s tr-
they'd get r lo:a oni the that shell. I' ,Io
s a .Tt, oyster trs a ttohecurv-ed st,- 11 wxv u :1


The Humble Librettist.
l~it h' L~'~rvof epvr:at t7 !P
iii:*,!v I'lratt-a a m le'~ ht '.
thet sr~nuigte''t !s the rvlle pf:ax oli' h
h !;: !titr, 1 7* ..
~ *~ r 'n ..:~''K- A'

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v5.',


Craig W. Wadsworth.


Society Man With Record as a Dip-
lomat


Craig W. WVadswiorth, socond stecre-
tary of the Ulitted States elesyIn
Lc'ndi 'i i. s airt miilIwr of th weo tL
anIprolTn1oer \VaI(sxvjrt :lr:of


The Earl of Suffolk.


Nobleman With Historic Title, Mar-
ried to American.


Commencing with Dec. st

Commencing with Dec. 1st


The Day


Electric


Current


DNVr


is


Effective


The Service

will continue

every week

day until

'April first

and longer

if business


justifies


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

THE SHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and

WATER COMPANY.


WE CONFESS


We admit it ranklyy the Mercha.-s Bank wants your business But we also,
can assure you that in return ior sr business, this bank notdoriv oifers a service
which w,! believe a*mos! e-iezt ..: i,.est':?d secu'.:y tor every do!!ar entrust-
ed to our care
In cod. ,,nassurnx ur .. -.ere is -r urai'ee t. every depos:tor regard.
les'- of the amxnunt he mn.iv ave in this bani


Capital .
Surplus and Profits
Stockholders Liability


S$100,000.00
50,000.00
100,000.00


Total, S250,000.00


$250.000.


any possible loss.
We repeat:


That amount stands between your deposit and


T'..;shi ba rsi n 1;s v o ---r bus in e; s


Merchants Batink


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Lawyer and GCto"',r.


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Datona, Florida


Nice Assortment o
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Mission Chairs and Rockers





BINGHAM & MALEY CO.0

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tNA -DAILYm NEWS


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Just Received


Dress Sdi Cases aad Bats in Leather and Grass


Trnmks, Telescopes, Straps, Tags, Etc.


Call and See Them.


? THE PECK-HENDRICKS CO.
L O*O-O*O*O*O*O-O*OOO*ODO000* ONO*O--- ***-*...


SHEPPARD'S
G I.-. 0 ,".. I

aFcr ADfl':
n Florida Western Meats
n Fancy Groceries all fresh 0
Apples, Bananas, Figs, Grape
0 Fruit, Oranges, Tangerines
0 Turnips, Celery, Carrots 0
0 m
0
Etc.
N. Beach St. 'Phone 119.O
*on goes


BARNES 0
2THE NOVELTY MAN
4-. g t.ition-rv hfld sul1o. !A~uppii. -;.
0 Phouo-w:r'tph-;. 1A win Maiahin.-i.
N TpwI.r.Croct-ry.4 .i. vrt'+. ~0
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CRYSTAL

THEATRE

MOTION PICTURES

Mystery of the Sleeper's
Trunk
Legend of the Light House
Dropped from the Clouds

VAUDEVILLE
ILLUSTRATED SONG
MUSIC BY WOODS ORCHESTRA

MATINEE SATURDAY

Miner & Vircenl
NLXT WEEK
The i::bes' c .:- ': : ._ :
Da jytona. T 'e :-' s:.- r
worm Ly M-s n-.c-: : .* : .
by acy) 't rr ,.'r, .- -. .


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OPERA


HOUSE

ONE NIGHT ONLY
Tuesday, Jan. 11
W. F. MANN Presents
LOU STREETER
In the Ri.ra! P'yv of Quality
Meadowbrook
Farm
Ey L 5 PARKER
A Story of the New Hampshire H.iis
Nature s Beau:y Spot Speciai Scen-
ery Eectrical Effects.
AN L'UNUSUAL CAST


Prices,


75 -50 :25c


Seats on Sale at Hankins'
Drug Store.

Dance every Monday evening


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LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
10:19 today: 11:08 tornmo-rrcw.

THE WEATHER.
Fair and much colder with a cold
wave and freezing temperature ini
north and central portions of Florida
tonight; Saturday, fair and colder in
south portion, brisk north west wind
diminishing.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry P-r:"- ..
turned Thursday fror a b": -..
to Pala'_ka and Jakscn'iil-

CLo ha.s L-:-r. s f-::dmn :--. .. .
L oa ---,-.- 4.-'-' -
'.: "- -" :: : '


*D. K. Shealor, ne.xt :cClevelandU
Hotel, ;s prepared io d,-. Fr--nclh dry-
cieanin'r- and prc-sn. d-2t

M ,).0 S .Burnet- trptu.rmed the,
tc,-repa-t oufftht-e week .*.rom -Ocala, in
wdixch citv and vicin,'tv s>lad been,
s.p,-nd.*rz rthe ':,Lay s;~: -al
and rfls





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What to Get



for Him.......


Let us help you solve the problem of uM
him for any time. A nice Suit wgl
either father or son. Coat Sweamr i
Slippers, Moccasins, Suit Case, Tra*
Umbrella, Fancy Vest, Hosiery. Saspe
Neckwear in Individual Boxes.


We Have for Ladies and Ch


'.-ND can find"
JST (HankmaC
~'r Of gy
-.moib1I.


Fine Coat Sweaters from S10.00
Slip..pers, Moccasins and Hosiery.



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