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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 8, 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: VID00396
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GEO.H. CL
WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS
NEWSPAPERS AND
-s^PERIODICALS ^


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


Winter Resort in Florida.


i33 DAYTONA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1910 15 Cents per


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NEVILLE H. CLARK

OPTOMETRIST.


EYES TESTED-FRAMES FITTED
EYES TESTED--FRAMES FITTED


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* IlECTION CON-


TINO ATTEN-


NA1o".


BY THE
WT MR YEARS

VurIM Voting Bill
E cation Bill.
e nndment ex-
l~.bu d from pro.
-f lldIng of School

Bill Prohibiting
of Foreign Black-
tikes.
46 dIk cottish Land Val-

.4 d Scottish Small
ibw go.
.41fd the Licensing Bill
jih|td London Elections


l|&4Mk- to pass the Budget *
*'- S S S S *
5 Jan. S--King Edward's
godfaethone of th' most
k the nation's history..


Midlolved by His Maj-
rL~ writs were issued for:
, -f1 oua. Burough pollinls
m Thursday, and county
|M| ]hanary i1t, c,)n',,uinm-

t uf asisenth ,-',. -


~EPST'SESEAL


MEETS WITH APPROVAL


WASHINGTON


PAPERS


AND


PROMINENT POLITICIANS DE-


CLARE NO OTHER
LEFT FOR PRESIDENT.


COURSE


WASHINGTON, Jan. S-General 1:io-
* litical sentiment seems to approve
* President Taft's acti on y sterday in
* dismissing Chie'f For(.-t,.- Iinh(t.
* Local newspapers and prominent pol-
* iticians declare that no otht-r c(st -
,was left tlhe Pre,.,ident : ,t, r l' i- tinc t'- .
* letter to Seiat(,r l read in the Snte. |
* Retpo'rts frn i : .- i.;r1' .; ti"
Country differ., thu.-it I., niajrty|
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THE


WORLD'S LARGEST VESSEL.


THE TITANIC.


NOW,


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recalled to'\ >,~I .r ':
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I EFFORTS BEING MADE TO


POSTPONE PROSECUTIONS.

TRIAL OF PATRICK CALOHUN IS
SCHEDULED TO BEGIN NEXT
MONDAY .


SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. s-
Although the trial of Patrick Calhoun
is scheduled to be resumed next Mon-
day, doubt exists in thet minds ot
IlUHNy Iei'Solls as t to wheth"Ir the case
;(4" t l, niliili,,iairI\ prfsidt-,.nt ,of th,
| 't.itei !laila ay.s \X!ll ir }j pusht.d
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INSURGENTS ENTHUSIASTIC


OVER CANNON'S DEFEAT


'REAR ADMIRAL KIMBALL


GOES ON RETIRED LIST.


WAS RECENTLY SENT IN COM.
MAND OF AMERICAN NAVAL
FORCES TO WATCH EVENTS IN


NICARAGUA.


WASHINGTON, Jan. S-Rear Ad-
miral William Wirt Kimball. who
was recently sent in commanmld of
the Am\erican naval force to watch
the pr()glrtss (of ,events in disturbed
NXwaratua, ;<)#-.s (,i t it e retired list
ulix 'lr t. (, op rat;i):i ( thlte age
l::;it, iF 'A,. na l (,tli, *ir- l.; ,e ex-
'l*er ;,(' l ; ii.re, ;[c; i \, l> tenr h at
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i. t4 ( )k II) till. 11\ t -1 lN lli
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"CZAR'S" APPROACHING DOWN-


kuy -IL
ilo h kaocumulatnIg that t!.<
Ibif'4sentt am in full svijm .
be at o the hardest [<,,,ilt
ever held i Great I 'i':.i- "l.1
htfen of both big pari., .,!.'.
e Laborites and the Na-....:
1- planed programs v. h*l ,
certatinty that the peol.'
Wrf of the country \\ill I.' :"
IIIII of the House of Lord,'. t;.
15 OIr. free trade, socialisr., ::
discussed from e "*
WW lviw. Premier Asquithi "Al
kusIedve paft in thie conflict
uiuIagi that a victory of the,
dim vodW xtop social reforn.s
B I r LO rty IM ers have agreed
b *a M prpotalws to aoid
d u by recommending
Ib WbiWsrl at a score of Labor
MON1W. TU Laborites will con-
4 tOw us they held in the

Ute evident, now that
I Iu b m reached, that the
- WW ot. to be successful
^ t1 iaa itn power, must bend
I U3 -i Igin to the thwarting and
PI OW9th" %t the Lords. The,
b t bf dogrOyed by the L],rds
f1l tie It four years is being
"i dam ing evidence in this cam-

It W Jut four year.- are to la,
M JMLry 8th, 1906, that the "Kiiak
was dissolved. :aitl .; I:.
'ss^ m eecton the Lhrai: \'-., ',
1 etB victorY On April '.. "
W H W4 the pretniershp ,'1, ,, ( .
* health, and Mr .A-;:. :.
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ROOSEVELT AFTER A
WHITE RHINOCEROUS
]Jl'TIAi;A, Ia:t t T:. ," .. a, -T- I
lo<,.-\v it partn y ]i-it i,, t. 1, i; .(,!;.
after three(- dai s' it iwilu ne-ar her.
('Colonel Roos.velt iti.s faile.-d ti shho t
a white rhinocerous f(r mi( h lhe i:-
hunting, but expe,(t- to dol s at K,
ka The party is in g,,(,il health.


PINCHOT HAS NOTHING TO


SAY ABOUT DISMISSAL.


ADVISES OFFICERS OF THE DE


APARTMENT TO "STICK."


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RUN FOR CIT ASSESSOR.


Here is au architectural picture of the steamship Titanic, which Is belung
built for the White Star line at Belfast; also a view of the giant steel "cradle"
"in which the ship Is being constructed. The keel of the steamship Is SlIfn ID
the lower photograph. The White Star company Is to have two of these
leviathans, and they will be In commission early In 1911. Their launching
will sl iinlize a. most Important era In marine achievement, for they wil l,,w
by all tolids the largest vessels In the world. The Titanic and Olympic wil'
each be 's feet in length. 92 feet beam. 45.0-x) tons register and r( ).,o4) t,,t-
dl i.l,':Iteinii-Tt. These enormous dimensions ire best explresed.i 1,, ,,on p:tr
',IJs ie \V.iI'''i:gton monorumentt Is ."5 fet hl:h l 2d)(I the M1tr,!' ,;. :' t",, r
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Painting
Paper Hanging
Decorating
219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE


T. E. Fitzizerald E. F. Ota.;
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Spvclal Facllltits for Exanizilmi,
and P(rfectingI L-nnd Tltl'-
Offlce In Conrad Bullding. "Phone IN


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
I)l,-tio-tjtn to Trent You Right.
L'et U.- Bfi Your Jvwlhrs.
L. H. ROWE & CO.


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DR. C. DeW. AKE
X9 Dentist
Office Hours---:$) to 411)
Office, South Beach Street, Oppo-
site City HaIL


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


1.-Because you always get the best goods as the lowest prices.
2.-Because wc 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.-Everyiody buying toods 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 and obliging salesmen.

Gruber-Morris Hardware Company


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CHINESE LAUNDRY
2A REACH OTREK. It.ATTO0'.&. TWIFLOIDA.
f ri-P' Shirt, 12 Ni&ebt Ab~rl
Whi~t.- ghlrt. 14.' WO04-n 'hirt'.
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I QUIGGS' BAKERY
* PRODUCERS OF THE
* PERFECTION OF
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LOVELY 1910 CALEU DARS
SDixie Dolls, Steancied Work o0 al*
Skindsm Embroidery materials, Stamp-
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* WOMAN'S EXCHANGE
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THE REAL STUFF

MAC'S CAFE
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NEW SMYRNA

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HAVANA CIGARS
Norh Beach St.. Daytohaa. Fla.
CALL FOR MY CIGARS
SClear Havana Smokers 5c.
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BARBER

OHih ais a Etry
Particuar.
South Beach Street


On By L. C. DEMAREE.
One of Daytona's crownIng glo-|
Tries is her Incomparable beach. No'
Sone who ever set foot upon its
i smooth, packed sands; no one who
I ever pedaled a bicycle over its ex-
0panse; no one who ever drove a
; prancing pair of horses and listen-


ad to the popping of their steel shoes
upon Its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power au-
Lomobile down the broad stretch of
wave-wasshed and surf-packed sand
b't realized that it is a world-beat-
er, a world-wonder. Go stand upon
this w;idc- zp_,-dwa. and see the hap-
py UIS1 flt by :n j"'vyou, s moA, and


T-e P 2:,d. Pe'li-'id Halifax River.
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j A Specialty of
* Interior Decorating.
"- Orders Ma, Be Leh at Rowes
~Jewelry Store.

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


-rfcial observer. With such lav-
:.h wealth of natural beauty it be-
c.ane an easy thing for the hand of'
nan to give the finishing touches
whach have wrought out the colors
and outlines of the big picture.
Man did all this In the laying out:
of the streets with their wide margin'
of parkage. The entire city beoomes
a great park, with driveways inter-
.-iting. mile upon miles of drive-
ways so gco.i as to attract motorists
from all over the continent.
.A-d as for the pavem-nts. pave-
r..:-Ls that look aL.d act l.ke grande,


ginal Daytona Tire Man-Agent for -where else between t e .*a.---rL
the FISK RUBBER COMPANY. a.d veetern s-: ar, .: ^; :-:-.
_I you must Chew and Smoke,,;. j --' :... .
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Daytona, Fla


INVESTMENT
COMPANY
IncorporatldP
M. L. Waggoner
R*sldtnt Mana2-r
Desirable Building
Lots on all streets
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SEABREEZE and DAYTT
BEACH, two enterprise
pregressivc towns on the
fax Peninsula. arc geographically
although incorporated as sep.C
municipalities. The to was
Sthe peninsnla north and south fim
distance of from three and ou
to four miles, and extend east
west from the surfing seats f
SAtlantic Ocean to the Halifax R
the beautiful tide-water streak
sets them apart from Daytona v||
Which they have close comaI_
by means of three bridges., uas w
Sa half-hour ferry service.
1 Scabreeze and Daytona Beac&
essentially summer and wintry
sorts and are making huadni
new friends every year among
who dc3sire to escape the dscO
ing extreme of heat and cold, J
their hotels and boarding
are row rceiving slez:d.d patbm
age from the mo, st i
class of tourists.
The mean ave-age x- --eat,
degrees in the s.r-r-. -- :-:. 71d
1n the wne, w-- -cs a
ex:-a r .;e c dr- -': : y s ay r."
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gtMM cStsiia, New Smyrna ith wirs truly
an M te4qapbmand telephouSP.


MilO rofnShell asd restd and
smeih as a Boorard over-arched by
baw forew giants $hat grew in state-
ly grandeur during the lapse of by-
g006 ceatt..i"a New Smyrna is truly
Ik -l of romnce and rest
All matum here is very inviting to
tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
too is to be found the best fishing and
heating in the State of Florida.
The people are thrifty, the busi-
nes men enterprising, and all unite
ia extending the welcome hand of
hospitality to strangers. There are
five church edifices for white people
ad an equal number for the colored
popInotio-; the town has an excellent
high school, a splendid public lib-
rary, aad up-to-date business houses.
There are any number of pretty
homes for the permanent population
which anm*b.as close to 2,000, and
some very fine winter residences.
There are good hotels and boarding
houses where you can find accomo-
dations to meet your requirements.
Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a
section of vegetable land as can be
found anywhere. This land has
been divided into small farms which
can be bought at reasonable prices
Some of the finest celery grown in.
the State is raised on this land. All
other vegetables grow in abundance,
and here, too, is the homc ot the la-u-
ous Indian River oranges.
New Smyrna has no bcuIcd i:.-
debtedness and the tax lcvy is low
A point that no tourist shcu! -' '
to visit is the ruins ot the CIA Sp...
ish Mission which stand sor-_-i a:,d
alone about one and a quarter miles
southwest of New Sm-4tna. A go-od
road leads to the place and the trip
can be easily made by an automobile.
Silent, in the great pine flits by the
margin of the forest, is this place of
pilgrimage for the pious; this ren-
dezvousa 4or the picnicker. The ruins
ae extensive, and while there is no
authentic history of their origin, it
is presumed that the Mission was
built by the Franciscans in the days
whea the once powerful Kingdom of
Spain first planted its flag upon what
ias ow American soiL. It was built
of onquina, the roof beidg of the
ame material, cut into thin slabs
mad covered with cement plaster.
Extensive gardens surrounded it,
which were enclosed by a stone
wall, portions of which still remain.
Visitors usually come in parties
merry and curious but the spell ot
the place soon falls upou them and
they separate to sit alone, silent and
meditative, cnder the arches or be-
side the ancient wt.A11.
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PORT ORANGE is a pretty little
village situated five miles south of
Daytona on the Daytona-New Smyrna
hard-surface road, the scenic highway
of the East Coast. The town is lo-
cated on the Halifax River, over
which spans a bridge from the town
to the peninsula opposite.
The town is well laid'out and has
ma:iy pretty homes owned and occu-
3cd by rcsd cnts a:.d l inter tounrt-;,.t
;. L.s several c'.,'rc'.es, one of the
Sc t Iald s '..',ls i: Volu a
S.,'U:t'-t. Au .'c::, '+al .st.iIres-. a reail
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Is situated on the peninsula cpo'-.'c
New Smyrna and is conuected by a
good road and bridge over t-he deep
current of Iniian K.vcr. H}tre ,.v
can pet V,, v'-, co0:-.:.,:.- .-
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'U"he great v.-ictic ..
the river and lagoci a-i -'.c.-ugh ,.>
channel from the s4a benclath t'ie


THE

OCEAN lees
F. W. SAMS
PROPRIETOR

Rates:
$3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
Excellent Hunting
and Fishing
NEW SMYRNA
FLORID)A


HOTEL

TURNBULL
NEW MYRNA
FLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
Dinners for Motor-
ing Partties a
PfCta Ilty
Rates: $2.00 per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES I
PROPRIETORS


M.A&

GALBREATH
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NEW MYRNA
FLO,(RI IA


BELL'S
'WhiIc at
New Snmvrna
LUNCH

BE ILI'S


SORMON D-ON-THE-HALIFAX


Drop a line to me at
ORMOND


I'm Just going to
sit hre and flsh and
.it Orangos this
wltnt**r. Th,-rf r,,
i40111i good ci. ip
grounds n,,nr milnf.
('O"au nnd pitelh your
tilt On one nd .o'.li
ni, on th,- lo..
IONP FTSTIPVRI-\-N


ROSE ViLLA
PIl,l-; I, I". t : v I W 4)\. 1
''RM,4NI'. FL.A.
Fr:ink .M -o.iN IoI ' F i t r. i '1k 1 i ri c ) .I 'I 1
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JAS. CARNELL
SItIM(<'N I>. FIA.
M-miurtwtur, r ,of
Pure Home-Made

GUAVA JELLY
MARMALADES AND
TROPICAL
PRESERVES
Special Attention to
Family Orders
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l'I; A? iIt rihnn Ex-
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Fine Groceries
V c ^ctab]Ls Fruits
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Pajlrj- 0 1OIZAN G E[S


11 "lout (iirapefru it


I It"RI ,E

ICE CREAM
Confections
Cold Drinks

Tb- Best of Evt-r'-
thing In Our Li.-


RIZY'S

New Smyrna
Is the Paine-



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SORMOND is five miles north of'
Daytoaa, located cn the western
bank of the Halifax River. The lo-
cation of the town permits of good
drainage and perfect sanitation; the
elevation is superb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge con-.
nects Ormond with Ormond Beach.
Many fine residences are main-
tained on either side of the river,
most of them embellished with sub-'
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
i thrifty orange and other citrus fruit
trees.
I The town is very cosmopolitan,
has an excellent graded school, sev-
eral churches, a fine public library,
up-to-date places of business and
comfortable and convenient hotels|
and boarding houses.
Ormond has many of the Florida
attractions-fine fruit, good fishing,
excellent automobhling, safe boating,
salubrious climate and pleasant
walks and drive.
At Ormond Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormoad, and its lesser
sister, Brctton Inn. The former oc-
cupics a position overlooking the
Halifax River, while the latter has as
its outlook the magnificent beach and
the broad Atlantic.
Thc walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
bors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
rustic seats which are mute invita-
tions to enter into the enjoyment
thereof.
SBesides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are many drives for car-
riage or automobile-long drives and
short drives; drives through groves
of golden oranges; drives through
dense tropical forests to Spanish
ruins;drives to the ancient Cause-
way built by the slaves ct pliintcrs
of lonig ao. and driven to tI e planta-
tions of hospitable seCttlcr-, who
places are rclcte vith ie i:tercst
of SexitI':rn fruiit, and fm.i-. r,.
Or o.: cf thcs it'erce, ir planta-
tio:.s is Nun ," r N:, !c ..ti:ci t.: t!;,
I :;iinsUla. tivc n tl-. iir-;i o; tlhe
Hotel Ormond. lHere yu see a fine
ora ;'c ,rov'c. tocthi.:-.- ';t'1 <*reait va-
.1I1J t' ^A .
i'-, u n :i>-- "r'..cr i:i u t co ne to
!-.:o ,,,.'' e., o1:e t. C::iest oranIc
Q"oves in ti'iis s ,-'i.i- of Florida.
Mou idT-rove ic, cii ti.c l:diJdwatecrs of
he Jai',la RiveCr a:J 1i'; amid pretty
'ur-reuildinis. Tlhe place is reached!
I-v a ood road [Ipassinm Number
Ninel] and is a drive all tourists may
enjoy.

%, T'o LET T -
COTTAGES "-1"1': : "i. ,_
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CALL ON
OR WRITE TO)

MACON

THORNTON
ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTERESTED
IN PROPERTY IN
ORMOND OR
ORMOND BEACH
lie Will Give Your
Busli.ss l'Promipt
Attuti flon


MILDRED LODGE
'Foriirrlv M hlld',ti
()11 l Froit
4)l.li )NDIL FI.\.
A First Class Mod-
ern House; Rooms
Single or Eu Suite:
with or without .
Private Bath. Ser-
vice and Cuisine
Unexcelled.....
A. M. WATSON
Propr.


COOK'S GROVE

On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South of Ormond


One of
Groves
Count %


the Fi'ic-,t
in Volusia


VISITORS
WV El-, CO ME I1I.


THE

RUBY ORANGE
aind
.Ltd

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Arc Produced at

"NUMBER NINE"
Their Reputatio*
is Established. N,
Comment is Rctil!
Necessary.


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PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Liberal Terms
Allowed for
IMPROVEMENTS
Ocean or Ri ver
FISHING



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F DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA.


VOLUSIA

COUNTY

BANK
DiLAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
President
J. B. CONRAD
Vice Preside nt
H. A. WOOD)
('ashler


G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drugs, Stationery,
Huyler's Candies,
Kodaks, Cigars
DILAN ), FLA.


J. W. PERKINS

Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


Will Practie-. in
stat. t Itl
F.d.r-ral
'Court-

PFLANDI. FLA.


W. D. HAYNES
Grocer
1KI-A.\NI, FLA.

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LANDIS & fISH
Attorncvs at La.',







STEWART & BLY


Attorneys at Law
i 'rid l r t :;.-. i ;. t' i
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PlD.AN ID. FLA.
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Clothing
Furnishings
Shoes

Aor Florida


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DELAND, the county seat of
..-.... Volusia County,
is situated 23 miles southwest of
Daytona uad is reached from the lat-
ter city by an excellent hard-surface
road recently conmstructed.
At DeLand is located the John B
Stetson University, one of the lead-
ing educational institutions of the
South. lecguse of the interest in
matters educational DeLand is known,
as 'The Athens of Florida."
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and instructors. There
are over $400,000 in buildings and
equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-
ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
resenting an investment in building,
endowment and books, of more than
$120,000. The library is the United
States Government depository for the
State of Florida, and contains over
15,000 volumes. Science Hall, one
of the newest of 16 buildings, with,
its furnishings, represents an outlay
of $60,000. Elizabeth Hall is one of
the most beautiful college buildings
in the South.
The city has a population of about
3,500, with a thickly settled country
adjacent. DeLand proper is five
miles east of the St. Johns River, on
the high, rolling pine land of the
great "Orange Ridge" of Florida.
The predominating products are
oranges and grapefruit, the estimated
crop from this vicinity being over
300,000 boxes this year. Grapes,
peaches, pears, Japan persimmons,
plums, pecans, guavas, strawberries
and other fruits are grown in plenty.
In thle w-ay of public improvements-
arc rtany mile, of tine shell roads, a-in
excellent h ili school, electric li.ohts,
a stci iem o atcarAo!-k- that i-s o',,:ied
Latl A c, C "! ,!c by tlie cCtv. -111pplyiL'
;he ..ur..t water at lit!u co-t.
N inc house-, oul or>t i p tlstify that
DcLand i- a ch.r.-.....-1o. cum. u-
. i .t }, L i is', IL .';S',.,;':;!i.tn:- ~ % yn ;'-i
Od 't', (N o -', eC :i .*i: .i i.t- i 'i) i' ,
b',terin., C!;' -tic.-: ,;; C.t:K. l -
beh'tdc-s colored lB.pt ,*., j ,dl -cth-
I. t',. arue repc'-c-ntci.
The ;Iradcd schlol c.:Tir- a ten
years' course, and t!he building which
it occupies is newly furnished


throughout, and i-. ouc of the most
commodious and be,-t equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DeLand
is made by automobile in a little
over an hour, and there are many
pretty drives in the vicinity of the
county site. A good road leads to
DcLeon Springs, five miles, a historic
spot, where 60,000 gallons of water
bubble from the earth every minute.
From DeLand automobiles go south!
to Osteeu, 18 miles, on shell and
mail roads, the St. Johns is crossed by
ferry near Ostecen and cars can then
continue to Sanford and Orlando by
lhiard road. There is a shell road!
froM' Dc[.:ind t6 Orange City, hfive
r;i i'cs. .nI. a ,,ood ro ,d trom DeLand
",, ,ake Hie:lce!. .t ].4c di-tan,.i .


BOND SANDSTON BRICK CO.


I nt Ii? I 'Fojj,
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STETSON

LIIVEISITY
DRLAND. FLA.
Four OoLlegeu aa4 I
Tphnlea llhbool
Equipment CoSt-
Ina nearly 80jm.
Endowment QIX0XA=
Faculty of 0 Pro.
xessors and In-
structors. Chrtstt4l
but non-Flctar"aa
Tetching.
For Information,
a drdss:
Lincoln Hnlley,
Ph. D., Litt. D.,
II.. D.
Pr*,sideut


BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
MI. nu!ncturers of
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
Ag,.nt-,.:
M;siiry'- Pnltint3
Pnrold Rootlrng
Whlt< hll iCemernt
Eli orit(do Phi str
(,ori : ( 'Ilay Brick
Bo!.,I Stnd lBrick
I;v ..\N ). FLA.


ALLEN'S
N. ,t ,, l -o ffirn
DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS
I A'..\\ ,. FVIA.


A. 11. WOODALL


Leading
GROCER
1 \ i. \ N KITA.

J. A.
ERICKSON
& CO.
brii .!t sto'k of
Pianos, Organs and
Sewing Machines
SouIt h ,,f .I:c'onvli!.
II.lAN '1, FILA.


Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Shops
Ht(XrT T1o)T)iKINM
Proprli-tor
I)iLAND, FIA.
Mnnaftteturr of
Tuevi't- iittl Htirrys


SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
INSURANCE
A(i0LNCY
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yea, Stears and

Cadillac


M0TOR CARS


Ik Atkiic Motor Car Company
~42 and 43 Beach Streetj


GILLE'S


Cut Rate Drug Store.


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


; interesumg o say. 0 1 y
GILLE'S DRUG STORE. : I..*.*.*.......B.,"


A SwBbel



SCream Mi

Does not settle. L


FOR aMA


Central Aut


liens a app


KEAITIENT BAY

hI TIE PALIETTI CLUB.


SN INTERESTING TALKS BY VARIOUS
CHAIRMEN GAVE INSTRUCTIVE


INFORMATION TO MEMBERS.


- The Civic Department of the Pal-
metto Club held its annual open
meeting Thursday afternoon. Dr. M.
Josie Rogers, as chairman of the de-
partment, had charge of the program,
the opening number of which was a
piano solo by Miss Ella Willaume.
Rev. A. J. Wilder, chairman of the
school board, followed with a brief
tlk on "'Practical Education," pr.-
facing his remarks with a short sun,-
mary of the efforts cf the bu:ld::
committee to La;e an ab.-,,luily up-
to-date new school bu:ld::g. (.-p,' ,all
with reference to -a:.ia-. arv .-
eienic conditoio.s
MIesdames C. C.1 L.:,:.:.,'n :i.i
Montano S. Ludlow :si: :tt ac-
ceptably vocal du-ts.: ,a; I ,,:. .'-h,1-
aer, G uid : F..-,,.,-, : \." ..
derer's Night hi :.
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tl'ally tub,-r^'=] -:.-
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so lo b y M r s L u;J 1',**.v. "** ,* :- : "f .. i ,: "
H e a r t a : ,l T r 'i ,* ;: "* : : ,:- ,-i : .*
Miss Ellen tluZ .1
The usual a4,.,,:.y ;,-,= ,. ..,;-
held aft-r a short ia,,-ri.;-..',n.

"*Miss ElI.n liu .h., .t .:
Sig. Gorno, (I'K::i^t: .n'i -p I.-
tan School, (' ,(;.L' a]., t; < '.:,-:"
Of experin' -., '. 11 :,.*- :', :':, :
plano and harP.r.:... ( 1 L. t ..
wood 1(it,-l.


WAS FOUR
AGE SUNDAY


THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Published every evening. except 8un-
day. from Iwcember 1 to April 1. by
STHE GAZETTE-NEWS CO.
T. E. FITZGZKALD. Editor-Manager.
C. M. HARRIS. City Editor.
Geto. F. CROCcH, Superintendent.
Entered Ba second-class matter Ie-
eember 1. 19%. at the post office t
I*aytona. Florida, undd-r th.- Act of
March S. 1Ih.





i HeartI toHeart


Talks.
By EDWLN A. NYE.

THE WORLD IS KIN.
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COAL SITUATION AT CHICAGO

HAS BECOME VERY SERIOUS.I

SCHOOLS AND FACTORIES CLOSE
RICH AND POOR SUFFERING.1
CHICAGO, Jan. S-The city is in a
serious condition on account of the
coal famine today. Many schools are
closed and th, usands of men ,: out
cf work on account of the (.Io.i,, if
factories.
Extra workers have ,- :... ;.: ,.n
ly the Bureau of Charit,- 11 -..k 'i)
people who have no f;,,l a:,l i,"-
vide them with qua -r- 7 : i:..- -.'-
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RETIRED ERIE LAWYER
DIED THIS 0 R N. *N G.
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RETIRED ERIE LAWYER
DIED THIS MO-rRN:,1NG.


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SUPPRESSED.

A Story That Won a Prize and Yet
Was Never Published.
A number of years ago a series of
, prizes for the best detective story
Swas offered by a certain well known
western news1,a14cr. and the late F. I1.
Burton. in col:ati.-rati,:n with a fellow
craftsman, e.!tervl the competltiora.
,heir stury, tlie theuie ot whicl in-
'volv d a:n i::get:i'ins LG.t>'cc'i of r'L-
L) ::g a safe ,,) s ;ite .f t(,f_, pr,-tect 't:
a. x-'It.-l "y a ti:; 1- w-k. wasv one of ".
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R. STRIVING fOR THE

IMPROVEMENT OF PARKAGE.


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PEERLESS ENGINE


ABI.GAIL BARTHOLOMEW CHAP- A perfect and most economical fuel for A/
I ~~~and Stationery Gasoline Eat ^
TER RAISING FUNDS FOR THE1 nyH
For sale at a pridpl paof.
BEAUTIFYING AND IMPROVING-
OF BEACH STREET PACKAGE. GULF REFINING CO
Members of the local chapter of VTA t t l
the D. A. R. have f(;r some time been DAYNA n B irent AdI Dd
making individual efforts to b.auti AGENCY S B Grm, y 1
the p)arka.:- of -: t u. tr--t by the 'Phone No. 70 or 26.
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:,:-i, :: & i' I CONRAD.OATES REALTY, I


*I AND INSURANCE COMPA
*., .: ;': i .. .L ... : ; :.:,*. :.-i.. : :. ,, **_____


INSURANCE FLOIDA
S' : I :' ..... FIRE, BURGLARY,
.. : tTORNADO, ACCIDENT.
.. '" i "" *: ; .. Il A y^ W
.. ,, ,- .,'. LIABILITY, AUTOMOBILE "
,"'/t.:-"',''' l."'.'' .* ., 4* and MARINE ___ ___ ___ __
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S.ID DAYTONA,


NONOCO seome Uso u .m e. El u e ve n 81s0 6S

Property o: the


0 STANLEY ESTATE

FO%
CE CE1ER OF DAYT,'_,A
P I%'.ER FRONT
S' l10xS33-SUBDIVIDES INTO
ELUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS
.GOOD INVESTMENTS
S*

Jas. S. Stanley, or NORMAN S. DAYTON &
i:;i. ,see'""'' *" ON** **'*


:=- ANNIVERSARY
BATTLE OF N


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EW ORLEANS


Standard Oil Lawyer.

Moritz Rosenthal, Co-r.sel For Big
Corporation.


Tvvo Cottagies ll2Xlll

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F~~o ~A R REINT-8-WOB,%
J. G.BMW


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I I9SLANCE 22


Spm


HENRY M. FLAGLER
SCORE YEARS OF


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UD ESPLAND

|P^ : iteyt-, Puri&4a

Bow Open for Season 190910.

IL Mi WArFITE, Owner, and Manager.

Cone Ci- and Service Excellent Broad Piazzas on all
,m,- 3.RaO Eawitc. Steam Heat Every Modern
CAuveaieaoe. Send for Booklet


ATLATIC HOUSE, Narragansett Pier, Rhode Islana.


- -.u~u~p~Ilk


E RIDGEWOOD p
S .- & D. LAMGWORTHY, Proprietor. 1


NOW OPEN


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atwi be managed-by white Northern help,
we of the finest hotels in the North, and white


gi oflM l the house. The table will be supplied
S4wals cies of the season, cooked and served by the
a d Waitresses obtainable.
gl&dmm: I opctot Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y.


'THE PRINCE GEORGE
-" Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors

DAYTONA, FLORIDA


Enlarged and Improved Since Last Season.


and Beautiful Grounds---Located on River Front

ae Management as THE BRISTOL, Asbury Pak, N. J.


THE HAMILTON


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NEWS OF THE HOTELS


III


IIJ


The following party from Spring-
field, Ill., arrived yesterday afternoon
and are guests of The Stillman:
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Van Meter, E. J.
Van Meter, Miss Mabel Cresse, Mrs.
Barber and Alvin Connell and family.

Additional help for The Austin and
quite a party of guests arrived Thurs-
day night, having come south with a
special party organized by Ira E.
Whyte, district passenger agent of
the Central Railroad of New Jersey.
Mr.Whyte wrote H.H. Manweller, pro-
prietor of the Austin that one car
would be made up at Asbury Park, N.
J., and another coach at Philadelphia.

Among the recent arrivals at the
Prince George are: Miss E. K. Dear-
born, Chicago; Mrs .Margaret Steph-
ens, Asbury Park, N. J.; William Hus
ton, Mrs .Thomas, Miss Thomas, Miss
Miller, Master Thomas, Columbus,
Ohio; Mr .-and Mrs .C. A. Corning, of
Boston; Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Rosemon
and J.1. L. Edelman, New York .
Alec 0. llolroyd, one of the O( ,d
nature owners of the P'rie ii(. ,ol(vel
is expef 't fl I:ne' tomorrow io)H1 ;
r-hk'. sil ,' an A. -i1-iT 1', 1i !!I
Dr. 1'i.i-hop and -M. I.. 0'1ri,.n.


Linrd, ( )ho), dl4wxnli-omo ()rh..n
:,d had l lich, 11 o at I'l. i d'I _l-'\\ cod,
(I~1)rti1~lpiv lrailn onnthfir \v"Iy .(lTI
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DrP. Charj-sc F. Stokes.

1ol's HIfigh Tn Melica' Corr
ot the Navy.


New ani FirsL-Ci.-:'z


DAYTONA


Heat


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Electric Lights


Electric Bells


SElegant Rooms with or without Baths.

. mAMRS. I. M. MABBETTE, Props and Mgrs.

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THE


PINES


i4 *a the highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
mowt. Accomodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
, electric lights, furnace heat, private bath. New and
@ appointments. MRS. J. B. HINSKY. Proprietress.


" NEW SEASIDE INN
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
ykia Modern, Homelike and Comfortable. Directly
f Beach. Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and
HORACE F. STEWART
DAYTONA BEACH, -FLORIDA


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VdbKown and Popular. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Overlooking the Beautiful Halifax River.
A1 m like and Comfortable House. -r't C1.,:- A"' it-p." p
C. 0. CHAMBERLIN. Prorictr.
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A Daring Argument.
A nuick vittird :itl (ldarin.- Inwver


once sav,.d :i ,-'ilty client from sure
convieti4on1 on c ch;iri'e of pcisonirln.:
It was proved that the poisoning haI'!
been done by me:ns of certain ca'(,hs.
a portion of which was produced i-
court. When the counsel for the pri.-


oner had finished his speech he sa;id:
"And these, gentlemen of the jury.
are some of the alleged poisoned
cakes. We declare to you. gentlemen
of the jury, that they are not poi.son(d
cakes. They are as harmless cakes is
ever were made, and in order, gentle-
men of the jury, to show yvn tht' i
these cakes nre not pIcisoned I ."! e': '
one of them ri:. ,t here in y ur I:". ,
ence." Ai lie e (lii, eat o-ne. Ik c ,t
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the Tavy. II, I, ';< ,, r:!,l ,f lieu

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Ordered to Important Post In th(
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Company


ARMOUR'S


Star Hams and Bacon


Our Daily Market
Quotations.
I
Armour Star Ham ........Ilb. 20c,
Ferris' Bacon .......... ..55c;
Armour's Simon Pure Lard in


The National Biscuit Con


Cakes and Crackers


Simon Pure Lard in Pails


Pails, 3 Ibs.
10 Ibs. $2.00
Pride Oleo, in rolls
N. Y. State Cream


65c.; 5 lbs. $1.00O
.. .. .. .. .. 30cI
Cheese .. .. 25c


EXCEL


ALL


OTHERS


Swiss Cheese .............. 40c


BRAND


Evaporated Milk


HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,


HIGHLAND,


ILLINOIS.


TALL
lOc straight
$4.35 case


HOTEL
20c
$4.25 case


Tetley's


Teas


----L.


new Potatoes .. .. per p" .w,
English Walnuts, new crop--lb..20c;
Brazils, new crop- .. .. .. Ib...20c,
Almonds, new crcp -.. ... lb..25c
Mixed Nuts .............. 20c
Florida Pecans ............. 20c
Shelled Almonds, ...... ...... 60c
Seeded Raisins.. .. 13c lb., 2 for 25c
Currants ...... 13c lb., 2 for 25c'
Apricots, evaporated ...........18c
Peaches, evaporated ........ 15c
Pears, evaporated ...... 25c
Oranges, per dozen, .. ........ 15c
GraFeruit, each .. .. .. .. .. 5c
Lettuce, Radishes, Green Onions,


Turnips, 1eets.Parsley, Mint,
Carrots, Srirach, .. all 5c bunch
String Beans ar.d Peas, per qt., lOc


Pineapples
Cr anberrICS


. 10 and 15c each
13c qt.. 2 for 25c


CALL AND SEE OUR LARGE VAR-


IETY OF


FRESH VEGETABLES.


TETLEY'S TEAS--


CAMPBELL'S SOUPS


THE BEST OBTAINABLE--TWENTY VARI
A Table Delicacy Always-Ready for an Emerg.!
CAMPBELL CHILI SAUCE. SALAD DRESS
and MUSTARD.


ALL lOc A CAN OR BOTTLE


Scudder' s


Maple


A HIGH CLASS

PRODUCT.....


ORANGE PEKOE
INDIA and CEYLON
FORMOSA OOLONG
MIXED.


Puri-Tan-Ated Brand Coffee


WWELCH'S G1
From Choicest

In Half Pints, P


RAPE


JUICE


Concord Grapes.

ints and Quarts.


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


PUT UF 1E PACKAGES SO AS
TO RET:"I;B THEIR FLAVOR


Quarter ?u:


Facka6 3es


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


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It should be up-to-date the same as you would have your clothing up-to-date.


DAILY


NEWS


JOB


PRINTING


DEPARTMENT]


Has ius c received over


one thousand pounds of the most Modern and Pretty faces of Type,


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FAMILY
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BABY
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BN SENATORS WHO MAY LEAD"

tMGEPINCHME OT INVESTIOATION


i "--fof con-r to lnvoetltgae the BaUlnger-Plncwbot dlf
'f~l- C-b for somebody. Not o0ly are Mr. BaIUnger and ML PhD-
B tI aly placed on trial, but so far as they represent the polUcles
g" e O ooserelt Rdmlnlmtratlon respectrlvely those Admnint-
m s be tested In the white beat of a public controversy. There
9dfta S calnl c Involved, and it is essential that any investlga-
gW be bad shall be broad la scope, judicial in Its purpose and
b t w^OIng Whether the scope of the lrIquiry is to be limited
^llnn -cbot controversy or Is to include an Investigation of the
5lld-t wand Its land office Is a matter for congress to decide.
^ k gfM W which he gave out after dernandlri. that the president brinz
] l m taton Seckretary Ballinger declared.l le curt.d a comlhplet,
@WWWW ni Inquiry and would be satisfied with th,>tl:: hss. Senat.i-
lMMsdo of Minnesota and Senator Nixon of N',V:!I; :.r,. !,.,1. rtnr.ti,:;, i
j tll l the rwate'. prolin rPimmilttae.




,lere is No Place
Place-- --i-


Just Like Daytona


As a Resort


or a part


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to ^ .' '!


of it. Daytona


wU over as the


Pre tie -rt


Flrwida---and the Beauty of


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Resort


the City


as


te Architect of the Universe left It.


OLD WORLD ARMIES


Drafting Methods by Which Their
Strength Is Maintained.


TRICKS OF THE CONSCRIPTS.

All Manner of Dodges Are Adopted by
the Eligible Young Men to Avoid the
Enforced Military Service That Is So
Hateful to Them.
We hear a good deal about ronscrip-
tion. but few people know wha:it It nc-
tually means. In no country is evvi'ry
person who is able to fight drafted
Into the army. All males who are lia
ble to serve undergo a physical exam-
Ination. resulting In only a certain
number being passed as fit for service
No government has sufficient funds
to draft the whole of these men Into
the regular army. so a selection Is
made by ballot the number of men en-
rolled varying according to the funds
In the hands of the authorities.
The pay provided for the conscript
Is necessarily very trifling Indeed and
will not compare with that paid to vol-
unteer soldiers. In fact. it Is generally
true that the conscript must fall back
upon his private means.
The methods vary In each country
But take the case of one lE:urolpean
power. Every male subject not phy:s-
Ically Incalp:icitnted is liable t,) ;;:t<.r
the ari:y at tIL,' age (f wt ;t,.
though hose \\.,. <':are t", *:!:-t .-;4
d o )o at 'I.ht.','.
A ro_.:Istvr Is :,;it (f a '! ti, \y '
who reach the agec of twenty in the'
particular year. Men iiundtr five fiet
two l nches in height are exemnipt from
service, as \\elo, of course, as thiset
who suffer frm natural intirniti,'e
which re:,,'dr the.m unsnita!,l f',r ac-
tive service.
Other men arL a!so ex,.-rpt if tL,,vy
have Lt',p!ess d.lpnd'i:ts- tiths tile
only son of a wi ()-,w or of a disbllhd
father, t he latter cato ry :raIso i:ic!ul-
in. the ::.y s,,n (if a fatlier w o is
a'Lv st'!t v t .::, ;rs of age* "!Tk 'I''n tof
eld1 't o(f i t f:t ::.i:y ', f r;'h :is is (,x-
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tht :jg fIi ~a.:o :5h: r ~.
to the statu tes as a res- t. a din tn::'.'l
casessisai ,in u!his particularly kinbyof

weolthneyb th~ us were arrested upoe:i
chre~glai (A hav re:.; a :1iti j t hr e I : ".st
ell oti druf-t hC 5UP1! i pritue d !.-

t h r t tr !war:c ~at!,,: t t~tr
. :1, itr's i;;o, la-,eartdItI
sTag fa1 eait nfc,~ uii


MYSOST.
A Norwegian Ch s That Is Made of
Goats' Milk.
There is a terrible kind of Norwegian
cheese called "mysoet." which is made
Of goats* milk. It is brown in color
and served In the shape ot bricks
done up In silver paper. The Initiated
shave this Into thin films vd! make it
into a sandwich with black bread and
butter. This cheese is really made
from the whey after proper cheese has
been manufactured. All the water is
then boiled out, and the remainder is
compressed into these 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
meal, from breakfast onward. There
are several native cheeses. Another
terrible one. "pultost." is made with
caraway seeds and always smells as
if It had'gone bad. Mysost has no
smell, fortunately, only a terrible as-
pect and taste.
Dr. Julius Nicholyson sent a few
Norwegian delicacies to a friend 4n
Germany. and, among others, be put
in a piece of the native my-ost. His
friend wrote and thanked him for the
salmon, etc., and then continued. "'The
soap is very nice. but we find great
difficulty in making the lather." This
was the chese--London Saturday Re-
view.


AMERICAN CRACKERS.


Pilot Bread the First Variety Made In
the United States.
The ir .','t,,l Stal s, s tar a.s K:;.w wa
pii ',t or ship bread, a large. round.
clumrasy, crisp affair, which stuppliedt
the demand o()f the merchant marine
Sfor an article of f,,ood that would, un
like ordinary bread, keep for a pro-
t ln.eI period.
Later another variety was origi-
nated. the cold water cracker. which:
odi7ered from the first chiefly in its
smaller size, more compact texture
(and greater hardness. For a loni timu.
these two wereo thw lly goods k )wvi
to t h I rade.
T',',-y .' ,'re l,,)th I),rade ot ;l' .i8:0,8VI.t.l!
d ,:"! :;:ix -d an d kLie:,.e! !t.y !:",;i.
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Dcgs and Scrrersiuits.
., c..re is more t!,han '':;, w:
cooking a goose, so tlherj iSo mlrr" ,.i
,one .icthod of te.c?:ii; a d,- 0t !.rw
romer"u!Tts. IPut tINe :;' >tr pry-'tVe
and thc'rou2h- r. m ci-,r N-' 'tiso,
cord aro'.;., 1 .* ,,b dy ,f l'i"5 :' ';im;;:
close to tho f'nr 1 g,. atn'l tw, p '-,p
should h',d] t? ,, r:i'-s ,of t h' .','rl
fi ther side of the u'if 'rtu ate di,'.
third purtyn, aa V tb a stout rop
take I a pos)()it!o i d it... ii t.ttly in trot
of the canine acrolat and with a rimen
ured a(Md masterly strokh (l.og tI
Zioor at close quarters to the d< 's n(s
At each stroke of the r(-ope tlhe d
springs bacl.kward, ar'd tf'at M0!Ivemer
is the trainer's golden opportunity. A
the ,og7 spri'.n.s biiacl: ward th,- r-1)
pass;:l ,ner i.s to.,iv isW' jerk! '
wardt. ;a .d, :"it .....h t'ie first f ,w ;a
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Com'mencingt with Dec. 1st


The Day


Electric


Current


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Effective


The Service

will continue

every week

day until

April first

and longer

if business


justifies


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


THE SHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and

WATER COMPANY.





WE CONFESS


We admit it frankly the Merchants Bank wants your business. But we also,
can assure you that in return for your business, this bank not'only offers a service
which we believe almost perfect, but unquestioned security tor every dollar entrust-
ed to our care.
In cold, un.issuming Liure.. ,-rere is our uar-irte t ve cvery depositor reiard-
less of the amount he may have .a ,ihis br.k

Capital S100,000.00
Surplus and Fronits 50,000.00
Stockholders L.hi!it 100,000.00

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THE DAYTONA' DAILY NEWS


Just Received


Dress Suit Cases and Bags in Leather and Grass


Trunks, Telescopes, Straps, Tags, Etc.


Call and See Them.


I THE PECK-HENDRICKS CO.
Lmo*-um io, moNO moomooo o**.**** **ft


Go to.....


SHEPPARD'S

e Florida Western Meats"
S Fancy Groceries all fresh A
SApples, Bananas, Figs, Grape
* Fruit, Oranges, Tangerines
* Turnips. Celery, Carrots o
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BeEtc.
: N. Beach St. 'Phone 119.:
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BARNES
THE NOVELTY MAN
0 !.4-tationery andot eoo; Supplirs.0
*Phonographs. SewinLz Machines,
*Typewrtt-rs. Crock.-ry. (;Ia;n.wnr*,.*
c utle-ry. Fishing T-.c'.1--. Toy- and*
3 ~BARNES3
m a7-4o fra:,,#:, your P.ttr fix *
V,' r.-ur 'airY p- andiTn &;i-harp.n *
i:.I !h, r T4,t.s;nd re-pair
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BARNES
THE NOVELTY MAN
+ B- c SI -?. 'tona.Fl~a.*


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kirts from $1.00 up, Coat Suits m

NEW LACES--NEW EMBROIJ
ihljn Perfect form and Corset Combhhs
Glove Fitting Corset


McCALL'S PATTERNS


'he Chas. E.


CRYSTAL

THEATRE


MOTION


PICTURES


.Fantane or a Mothers Love


Yachting oHf Cowes


I The Gambling Passion


VAUDEVILLE

ILLUSTRATED SONG


MUSIC Ell' OC.DS COFrHIESTRA

MATINEE[ S--A-TTU.RDAY

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HOUSE

ONE MIGHT ONLY

Tuesday, Jan. 11
W F MANN Presents
LOU STREETER
I -" F r -. Q u a ,ity

Mead,wbrook
F inr
E. L rAKER
AS:Cry r '". : e New Ham-ssh.re H.!.s
Nature s Beauty Spot S7ec.a: Scen-
er-N LEeclr-:cai Eiec-s
AN LUU'SLUAL CAST

Prices. 75 50 : 25c
Seats on Sale at Hankins'
Drug Store.

Dance every Monda," evenirz
Y- UI,"M .._3r..-; E -- .. u -


LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
11:today: 11:55 tomorrow.

THE WEATHER.
Rain ton: .:' ad Sand y; d S .u.rea-


C. L. Grady. of Mt. Aubrr., 1:1. a
personal f:-..nd of Ed 7.id M.i;.a,
spending a f-w days y:-: ::- :
Mrs. M :.llrr

*FOR SALE-A c-:,:- ...-. -
a: -~


Rev. J1. Langdon Cooper loeft on the
"r~Ivta~n this mri f'or his
:xl'd o.,, wo-k at LDa--a.
Wa'trs, c. C Lz Isla nd. N.
Y .. ... 1t13wek -and :-qspending
t.-,e w.-r-' rLM: .rI Cass on
-:an z aen ue.

:*- ird Mrs. ;.E"B. Aw.woI-
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him for any time. A nice Suit wod U


either father or son.


Coat Sweater m


Slippers, Moccasins, Suit Case, Traveq t
Umbrella, Fancy Vest, Hosiery. Suspedm
Neckwear in Individual Boxes. : :



We Have for Ladies and Childrmam


Fine Coat Sweaters from S10.00
Slippers. Mccasi.ns and Hosiery.



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