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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 10, 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: VID00398
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Published Every Evmening Except Sunday During Tleember. January, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.
TEI;EGRAPMC HEWS Y UNITED PRESS.


DAYTONA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1910


15 Cents per Week


Goodsfor


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NEVILLE H. CLARK

OPTOMETRIST.

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INTEREST


51' WITH ALL
PSENTTED.


[ *. ovUtion of
s lkbor interests
wi-w opened today in
U M&H a of the unions
emted. This is the


UMl TO BE TRIED


R ElIlTY AT TRISCO.


ALLEGED THAT HE WAS ONE
THE MEN "HIGHER UP"
THE RECENT CARNIVAL


OF
IN
OF


GRAFT.


SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 10i-Patrick
Calhoun, the millionaire traction mag-
nate of the Golden Gate City, will a-
gain be placed on trial this weelk.


r-ek a convention has -
I l.s er the matte the case having b,-en st-t for today.
;tt mmaWe the matter-
0job.i legislatin that is Francis J. Heney will hliave ntiiig
Ii comn fM session of the more to do ith the Irs-

nofore the textile
ik i parts of the state
I- that they desired
t legislature, and be-
wk reement before hand
flfi-- there was not much
i fta manner in wIhich tii,'
t1UEr ItlIation was present-
fltlways been said that tjhe
m d Fall River unions
f their being the larg IJ t t6Mef in the state, have
| tisn to the ex(cluioj of
lll ltion desired l.\ itex-
Ltetarestfi elseA her


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^mlY OR CONVENTION?

II MEETING OF STATE

| SW TIC EXECUTIVE COM


AMMIl-S bec Ut i
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l1 Al to= Hotel, .at J k-. \ ii ,
iim. g mTuesda-, .Ja,,,in:.i ,"
- I 'dock, M., for lit i'url. ,."
i t D Democrati lriliari, ,- I-
4 IMll and alo f, tirali.-, i
t m i|..Ate business as li, i ;it
t Ot (I cme up befo rt, lI t('..i;

| SS--an of the Coulhit((' ,.0
01tmseWd to b W pre t it

UM i OI FURTHER
P- COMES UP TO DAY.
WiAmimO, Jan. 10-Hearing
q61111 Ws commenced in the
410 01ft oaky on its rule re
41f JW Kokblaat, of the l '-
Mll 1t, ikO the Seventh Judiuial
# Of MUM 8A Chicago, to s1wl%
O- 1* circuit Curt should
11 fil1 hrom granting Iur
4| 4I1111 far counsel fees fro; i
chlaw a in the suit oIf ti -
lOD t cover money in p,--
20 111t. L Oberlin M ('art,.;
Oe i&6 colIlVuMS-d <,! u ,
MOMh emuection with iI,,* ...
I IS qvemegits at Sakial,. ..

411KIERll OF CONGRESS
ON TRIAL FOR LAND FR-:L


bri bery (-itsos, Iha % i I !ik-.-n h~c-.u(j
for district attori,,-\l 1:,,t \i;% ~.rt'

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WHO SEEK TO AVERT BIG STRIKE


FOUR HUNDRED STUDENTS

DRIVEN FROM BEDS BY fIR.


SEPIN6 ORDER ISSUED


BY wtP PIUS X*


MAIN BUILDING OF MILITARY BISHOPS ALLOWED TO SETTLIt


ACADEMY AT CORNWALL ON ALL


HUDSON DESTROYED BY FIRE.
NEWBURG, N. Y., Jan .u>-Firn,
'which destroyed the main building or
the military academy at Cornwall-on-
f Hl so ( t .- i iOrricim ig do v-. f1 ,'r

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QUESTIONS


REGARDING


CATHOLIC MARRIAGES.


ROME. Jan. 10-The official an-
Lo)uncement was made today by de-
cri'e of Pope Pius X, giving Bishops
throughout the world th, right to set-
tle all questions regarding ( Catholic
w'arrages without retfr n.e to Vatl-
':;II .tutil;<'r;tits.
"' >is l'cri' is 1'v ,,r" t;t. i m o-st sur-
;': ...:lt o.i":'-s v.,,:' -u i I the Pope
t ; ; 11 t,,. o, ;,,rt!,:i .' ; i';. -.':; st to


18,000 ACRES OF LAND
PLACED ON THE MARKET
S' .< ,. "[l-: >k:.,., .;.t ,--i- About
S",::i. luid., em-
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liit OI1ANi i IhE l AS[


*UlD FOR TRIAL TODAY.


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Whether federal mediation, sought by the railway department of the .\ V.:'
lcan Federation of Labor, results in a settlement of the switchmebuuns ,i'.
on the Hill lines or not it is believed that a concerted demand will t>e in ,!
for an increase of wages by 2(0.000 trainmuen and other eiploeets (of tr0
S operating departments of the eastern lines withiL, a few days. Ilenry It i' I
ham of the American Federation of Labor asked for a conifereice with l're-
Ilenit Taft arid the interstate commerce commission with a view to endin.
ithe present strike. lie and many other labor leaders say the American KM'
%.;y association Is acting concertedly to prevent wage increases T'ntthi 't
treqiesits have been made for Increases by the operating employee's of everi
eastern lines and have received little encouragement; hence the talk (of ex
tviitdli: tihe strike. Frank T. Hawley, head of the switchmen's; rai.ti0lttl.i
lt'Iilh tl, the strike will spread The increases demanded range froia 5 to 4.
Ir ,',iit :tl,)ve the present wage scale. Concerted action to secure thls 1.
,r.i. ill be taken t.y the following organizations: The Brotherhoodl of lt:ir
r. I. 1 hllInn1i. including switchn&n; the Order of Railroad Cknductu'ors. Ih.
t: ,, .1 ,ilr. i Telegraphers, tiv- lr,,tthrlrhivold of L ,oco('1 ottivit e ir ei aI:i.-
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tk% trill ibt, tlt
1wi fraud casti n! Xj
Ib 12 the, federal 'tI
the "tUfew day,-1i
dommodaats LO be ti'.4.
4""U 6-nlewbu,
1018600r of jpublic Ld
lqrS a Prominehr


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


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T. E. Fitzgerald F. F. Oate,
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
8p4ciul Fi clilti-i for Examining
and Pertlcting Lund Titles
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 18


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
Disposition to Treat You Right.
Let Us B-- Your JVwlhrs%.
L. H. ROWE & CO.


DR. C. DeW. AKE

M Dentist
Office Hours--JAO to 4:30
Office, South Beach Street, Oppo-
site City HalL |


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

1.-Because you always et the best 0oods as the lowest prices.
2.-Because we take it for granted we aWe deali with aa 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 Gruhbere-rMris ia 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.

Cruber-Morris Hardware Company


and

GEO* a CLAPX-'.-""-
WATERKAN F(MYTAni Fzxs
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PERIMICALS


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W. LM. SHAFFNER aa REAL ESTATE


GEO. WRAY
Dealer i
PIANOS ad
LATER PIANOS

Concert Tner


E. D. MILLS
BARBER
Hiih Class in Every
Particular.
South Beach Street


By L. C. DEMAREE.
c One of Daytona's crowning glo-
,UNS 0
ANS U ries is her incomparable beach. No
Suits at one who ever set foot upon its
[CE smooth, packed sands; no one who
S2; O!ever pedaled a bicycle over its ex-


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LING WAH
CHINESE LAUNDRY
214 BEACH STReeT. DATTO.A. FLORIDA.
Dre" Shlrts.......12 I Night 8hirts :
White Shirt@ It Woolen Shirt' *,
Cbeek S1rts rUnd.-rhiblrt .
New hIrts ... 13I Dri w-r ..........
hlrte collar att. I S (xoks. per patir
Collsr" or Culffs 21, Handk ,rehi. I- :
Also lidl'. Cloth,--i at corr*-spondlng prlc-- .


SQUIGGS' BAKERYo
1 0
PRODUCERS OF THE
0 PERFECTION OF
* BAKERY GOODS.


Nneiomeue noloulo mosom.
a LOVELY 1910 CALENDARS a
a Dixie Dolls, Stenciled Work of all a
* kinds, Embroidery materials, Stamp- *
U tu while you wait.
* WOMAN'S EXCHANGE 0

10on0Rn 0onn *MeosnOn"n*Mon
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MAC'S BREAD
THE REAL STUFF

MACS CAFE
0 TH4E REA. T-.G ,i
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TOMOKA RIVER ;1:
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Men's AWiter
a HALF PRF
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JOHN M. SHEELEY
A Specialty of
Interior Decorating. j
Orders May Be Left at Rowes
Jewelry Store. j
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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-
ginal Daytona Tire Man-Agent for
the FISK RUBBER COMPANY.

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


T. F. CURTIS



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'superficial observer. With such lay-,
:sh wealth of natural beauty it be-
came an easy thing for the hand of;
man to give the finishing touches!
which have wrought out the colors
and outlines of the big picture.
Man did all this in the laying out,
of the streets with their wide margin.
of parkage. The entire city becomes!
a great park, with driveways inter-
secuting. miles upon miles of drive-
ways so goou as to attract motorists
from all over the continent.
And as for the pavements, pave-
ments that look and act like grani't,j
-where else between t ahe -,a4.rrn
.i.d w w s,-- _rn 4s iz ar ,,Sc Z .L-y L.les


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SONNTA6

INVESENT

COMPANY
'IriMorporat"IP
M. L. Waggoner
Rti-1d'-rnt Munaster
Desirable Building
Lots on all streets
in town; also river
and ocean sites
Off1c4- on
uk!-an Boule(vard
sEABREEZ1E


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SEABREEZE and DAYTONA
BEACH, two enterprising m=
S progressive towns on the Hajl
fax Peninsula, are geographically 96t
although incorporated a sep^a
municipalities. The to-wwn7i para-eU
the peninsula north and scu*h for a
distance of from three and one-half
i to four miles, and extend east and
west from the surgin4 eas of "
Atlantic Ocean to the Hai-ax River,
the beautiful tide-water ;!ream th
sets them apart from Davtona with
which they have clce oamuainM
by means of three br:d-e. xs well W
a half-hour ferry service.
Seabreeze and Daytona Beach
essentially summer and water re.
sorts and are making hundreds of
new friends every year among thef
who desire to escape the discomior.,
inag extremes of heat and coLd, amd
their hotels and boarding houn
are now receiving splendid patrom
age from the most dssc:miaatiu
class ot tourists.
The mean average 8.-0..::atre.
degrees in *hc seumncr .-i 70 dere
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CAL HARANA CIGARS

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panse; no one who ever drove a
prancing pair of horses and listen- I
ed to the popping of their steel sho;s !
upon its asphaltum-Ulike face; no one
who ever steered a high-power au-
tomobile down the broad stretch of
wave-washed and surf-packed sand
but .realized that it is a world-beat-
er, a world-wondtr. Go stand upon
this wide sp.dway ai.d ste theL hap-
py souls flit! b:. in j'yu-yo n'-o, a;nd
arn.v..er ', hL-th,-r tL>. i:- :.,t ,n ,f

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The scic..5i.,.
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-s f tw of Dsay a ad i, an
--A- M I 6- Dyeona by
a b-d surfab road winding though
met Memat IFitm q parts of

With its acient ruins dating back
to a time wbea the history of man
mft sot, interlaced with wires of
I m a telegraph and telephone
its miles of shell streets as hard and
smooth as a floor and over-arched by
hoary forest giants that grew in state-
ly grandeur during the lapse of by-
gone centuries, New Smyrna is truly
a place of romance and rest.
AU nature here is very inviting to
the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
too is to be foundthe best fishing and
i hunting in the State of Florida.
The people are thrifty, the busi-
Sness men enterprising, and all unite
in extending the welcome hand ot
hospitality to strangers. There are
five church edifices for white people
and an equal .umber for the colcrcd
population: the town has an excellent
h hi.b school, a splendid public lib-
rary, and up-to-datc business houses.
There are any number of pretty
homes for the permanent population,
which numbers close to 2,000, and
some very fine winter residences.
There are good hotels and boarding
houses where you can hnd accomo-
dations to meet your requirements.
Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a
section of vegetable land as can be
found anywhere. This laid has
been divided into small tarinas .v-l:
can be bought at reasonable v.: ,
Sc,-nec ol ii.- i _t t celery (^T,^.I ,.
the State is r-Ms I th; li. A,
'other veta1'i^ '- gro. .tii u
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alone a.ut it. .d a i, ar: .. a. ,
souLwcst ci N;. s, ."-i A
road leads to the pla,:ce ad tiue trip
can be .c-il)" made by ai, a.,,;nobil I
Silent, !n the great piAc ;i..,.- b1 4i.. N
margin cf the torc-st, is th:u. p'c .
pilgrimage for the pious; tins rti..
dezvous for the icuickl.i. 1 ie iait;1
are extensive, and while tLere is in-
authentic history of their origin, it
is presumed tha-it the Mission va,!
built by the Francibcans in the da\s
when the once powerful Kingdom ut
Spain first planted itt flag upon whatit
is now Amrcncaa soil.. It was built
of coq-uiua, the root being u'It t.,
same material, cut into thin slat-..
and covered wth ..-acut pl.s'i,;
Littinsive gard.n' sirround.d i;
wh.ch were c'i4'Od by a s .... ,.
wall portioi.s i h..hlh A.ll1 rc,...t ,
Visitors u_-u. ".. v ;,c ., ,T'-..,

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F. W. SAMS
PROPRIE TOR

Rates:
$3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
Excellent Hunting
and filing
NEW RMYRNA
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HOTEL

TURNBULL
NEW SMYRNA
FLORI A
A House Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
i 11nn1 rZ fo; Moto.-
Sp. ll, .ility
Rates: $2.G0 per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES
PR't 'IIRIFTuI ,i

PA.A.

GALBREATH
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
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ORMOND 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
elevation is superb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge con-
nects Orrmond 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 ether citrus fruit
trees.
T" e to ,,r is, vc'v .o'.rts opo,!:aii,
'as at cx,:ccl.h...t 2,-1,2cd 'ch o, s -
eral church-es, a r:% publ.. ic l,.rar,
up-to-da*. laces o u-,u'.s L.-d
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attr ct.oC _' -.. -;-. e: 'i ;:;t. k..'^d r->lu '!' .
excellent auto:,..,:.K sac boating.
salubr 'ous c.' ::'atc .- i.i :,icaia'it
wallk, anii ^!" j l
At Or'.". !c-i- l.C.ttcd the
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Ctl'/ic- a rc=t:cou v":,* l.', kmj^ thc
[L-litax Kv.v,, .2lc ti c latter has a.
its ouioo'. z'-.: .:....:.t bcach and
the broad Atla'tic.
T'ec walk-, i.1. di;c'.tions are
paticulalv at:ta;t.t v, a d the ar-
bors, sha.tL\ an;d t,. '.i ) sNot- aud
ro.nant c nooks arc ','.dcd with
trust'c scats, Vhich A: c 44. invita-
tions to c.it.r i:o tC, c enuioyn cuat
thcrcor .
Bc'.i.'-s (eC broa.., '.ooth oceant
.cea5 t hi rc .i rivc, e tor c.ir-
ta<, or at:,-,'.obi C i i.' i divc-s and
shortI d'. i. d' c g!'.,.,u roves
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PORT OR ANGE is a pretty little:
village situated tive mxlc.. south of
Daytona ou the Daytona-New Smyrna
hard-sunr.c,:c road, the scenic highway
of the East Coast. The tou a is 14
cated o t:',e Halitax Rixvei, ovti
,hch sp.,., a brid.e from the to.'
to th p.'- ,ula opposite.

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MACON

THORNTON
ORMOND
IF INI ANY WAY
INTERFSTFI1)
IN MPoPERTY IN'
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COOK'S GROV(;

On the Orti-ond
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DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA ]


F-VOLUSIA

COUNTY

BANK
DzLAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
Prysldent
J. B. CONRAD
Viev Pr*,sidvnt
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G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Dru-s. Stationery,
Hiuylcr s Candies.
SKodaks, Cigars
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Attorncv and
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...-.. ,- Volusia Connty, i
is situated 23 miles southwest of,
Daytona and is reached from the lat-
ter city by an excellent hard-surface
read recently constructed.
At DeLand is located the John B,
Stetson University, one of the lead-
ing educational institutions of the
South. Because of the interest in
matters educational DeLand is known
as "The Athens of Florida."
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and instructors. There
are over $400,000 in buildings and
equipment; nearly $300,00 endow-'
ment; a Carnegie Library ak-Ie rep-
reseatiun' an investment 1I buldiUgj
endowmuent and book's, of n mcre thlaa
$120.000. The library is the United
States GC-c'vcrn:ieat depo-sitory tor the:
Sta'e oL Florida, and coataxiis "evrc,
15.000 volumes. Sccxrice H.il., oi'
ot the nevce-,t of 16 buildi;,.-s, with
iti turni,;Ihiiu,s;, repre,-nits axt o?'t'va
0: $60,000. Elizabeth Ha1 l uone L:
the most beautiful cOiJ,;c. buidiJ-s,
in the South.
The city hasi a ,opulation. of about
3,500. with a tbickly settled country
adjacent. DeLaud proper i-s hve
:1,iles east of the S4., Johns River, on
*he hiigh, rollin. pine land of the
greatt "Oranuge Ridge' of Florida.
The predoninatiun products are
oraunges and grapc'ruit, the eAtimatcd
Scrop troin thi vicinity beiug over
300,O)OO bcxus this, yecar. Grape',
'peache- pes r., Japa. persimons,
plu'Ins, pccaLs, ua.,va.,, straAbcrrcs
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Four CoUlege aua4 t
Tehnical ei cbo
Equipment cost
lng nearly 8.IEXil
Endowment P1)0S,0W
Faculty of 4 Pro.
t.'90ors and In-
structors. Chbrstlafl,
but non-S.etart'
T.-nchtng.
For Informantlon,
mtid rt-4.s:
Liucoln Halley,
Pn. r.. Ll. D.,
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BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
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LUMBER
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Leadd i n
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J.A.
ERICKSON
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L:,rb,.'t, stock of
Pianos, Organs and
Se wing Machines
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Works and
Machine Shops
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PrioprI-,tor
1'4.)ND. FLA.
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Cadillac


MOTOR CARS I


owug.81


The Atlantic Motor Car Company


42 and 43 Revrh Street


I


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Cut Rate Drug Store.


Everybody call, aud reap the
bemefil. I personal put up aln


prescriptions so you
lawful ad correct


are sure of
work by a


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Blie

Cream I


Does not settle. Lem=

FOR SALE At


Central A.i1.


Ask for


GILLE'S DRUG STORE.


WRIGHT BROTHERS TO -
GLESTS OF HO\.R TJ\ .-


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WATSON WILL NOT SPEAK
IN PHILADELPHIA TONIGHT
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 10-Watson
vM not speak tonight. The poet with
Us cau6Uc pen, who achieved fame
by ,"Tb Womau With the Serpent's
TBUe,'" i far away, and there Is
6 1r In the hearts of the members
'm t the Contemporary Club. Some
mosaths ago the poet promised to come
to Philadelphia and speak before the
dlub, which is composed of some of
the foremost highbrows of the c:ty
and university. January was thv-
date set, and all was apar-r.ly s-t-
ted, signed and seal d. TL,-:. c:,:--
the unfortunate T'- *-
attack on the Asfiu'. : ', ',
son withdrew I. a :'.: : .
Invitat,:n to a.. : :.- :

ONE HUNDRED YEARS S;NCE
NOTED LAWYER WAS BOR%


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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Publisb-d e.-vry t-ven1 ne. except Sun-
day. froni I '-c.trnVwr I to April 1. b
THE iiAZETTE-NEWS et'.
T. E. FITZ4,ERALI). Editor- Ma na g.-r.
(:. 4. H ARR P.'.C4 t v Ed itor.
Gt~eo. y R c;U u. r inattnd rn t.


March 3. i jt


Heart to Heart


Talks.
By EDWIN A. ,NYE.


S :Al!.. WNGES.


FUNERAL OF BISHOP BRADY
IN St PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 1O-Impressiv
ceremonies and solemn pontificial
mass of requiem marked the funeral
of Bishop J. J. Grady in St. Patrrcks'
Cathedral today. Catholic prelats
from all the New England and a,-
other states were present. Th- ...:
Sn'.t will tak-! -

C. & N.-W. RY. ISSUES
NEW STOCK AT PAR.


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INCREASES TRAIN SZ

ADDS ANOTHER TRAIN
JACKSONVILLE TO NEW
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perfect and most economical fuel for AutoMM
and Stationery Gasoline Engimn
For sale at all principal points,

GULF REFINING COMIC


YTONA

ENICY


S. B. Green, Aget
Phone No. 70 or 26.


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_.E DESPLAND

^ Mo OlmtforauM Florida

PUbow Open for Season 1909-10.


AL W~rrE


Owner,


and Manager.


IL Cuisie and Service Excellent. Broad Piazzas on all
Am am-ite. Sna Heat. Every Modern
C.w.eit-e Send for Booklet

-. "LANTIC HOUSE, Narragansett Pier, Rhod- Islana.


E RIDGEWOOD

$3. D, LANGWORTHY, Proprietor.


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Arcdaic Ottom


Nephew of Emperor Franc Jo eph
of Austria-Hungary.


NOP4 W OPEN


-ft wil be managed by white Northern help,
Sme of the finest hotels in the North, and white
h t the house. The table will be supplied
4dd cies of the season, cooked and served by the
Simd Waitresses obtainable.
li .rietnor Prospect House, Shelter Island. N. Y.




IE PRINCE GEORGE


Hilyard & Holroyd. Proprietors


DAYTONA, FLORIDA


Ar~chduke Otto of AtustIl-Iunz-r:1r
is a nephew (if EtnporA~r lnrwiles Jo-1
septi .ud tarlher nf A rchclu!i !,' 'i rv;i~


duke Ot to ret 'i i' ii ~


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Anid Wheni the y ,-,t her to tier houie
in t he Ii r le s WilkI. w tile the te ry In-
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Ct~~~ f VA.


Enlarged and Improved Since Last Sceas r-


aad Beautiful Grounds---Located


onRilVver Fronlt


- Meanagement as THE BRISTOL. A-.: '


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Electric Lights


FIlcc _tr111':B c I


Elegant Rooms with or wihcut Bt.,'


Prop's and Mgrs.


PINES


m iathe highest point on Ridgewocx avenue. Large,
M Accomodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
1 e--ricf' lights, furnace heat. private bath. New and


MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.


NEW SEASIDE INN
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
SlU6niwg Modern. Homelike and Comnfortable Dirctl ,,,
ADhcBeach. Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Pci- Daxy Ai, ii
HORACE F STEWART
DAYTONA BEACH, F,! kiDA


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Wefllmown and Popular DAYT IONA I CIt1A, t
Overlooking the Beautitul fl-it i -i \.1 4
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New York. Ex:'ert in the Stul1v
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This is a pitiful tale of little Jan
* Stocek, victim of the mine disaster at
Cherry, Ill.
Jan, son of a father killed in the
mines, was aged fourteen. He was a
sensitive child who read books be-
yond his years and passionately loved
music.
But Jan was the man of the family
at fourteen:
The morning of the awful tire in the
mines Jan was in bed sick. and the
doctor said he niamst stay, but be
knew the rent was just due.
So the brave little fellow pinched
his thin lips together and went to the
shaft, the miner's lamp lighting up his
pale little face and his poor lunch in
his little tin bucket.
"We must not give up. little mother,"
he said as he kissed her goodby.
And she?
Leaning agliust the shaft house that
fateful day. sobbing in htier vld brown
shawl, the mother wailed:
"My God: 1 kissed hirn and sent
him to his death: I sent him to die
In that hell h, ole IetI w there for $1.13."
Motberlike. blaining herself.


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Specialties


of


the


Conrad


Grocery


Company


ARMOUR'S


Star Hams and Bacon


Simon Pure Lard in Pails


PET


BRAND


Evaporated Milk


HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,
HIGRLAD, ILLINOIS.


FAMILY
10c, 90c dozen
$3.50 case


TALL
1Oc straight
$4.35 case


HOTEL
20c
$4.25 case


Our Daily Market
Quotations.
Armour Star Ham ....*..b. 20c
Ferris' Bacon .... ............ 55c
Armour's Simon Pure Lard in
Pai:s, 3 Ibs. 65c.: 5 Ibs. $1.00
10 lbs. $2.00
Pride Oleo. in rolls ........... 20c
N. Y. State Cream Cheese ... 25c
Swiss Cheese .. .. ...... .. 40c
New Potatoes ... per peck ..60c
English Walnuts, new crop--lb..20c


Brazils, new crop-


.... lb...20c


Almon.ds. new c:-cp -. .. lb. .25c
Mixed Nuts .. .. .. .. .. ..20c
Florida Pccans .. ........ 20C
Shelled Almords .......... .60c
Seeded Raisi-s ..!3c lb., 2 for 25c
Currants ...... 13c lb.. 2 for 25c


Apricots, evaporated .
Peaches, e,3po-.ated
Pears, eazc-ated
O-ar'-es. :e- : c&ze-.
G-a-e-i.-t. t-.-


.. ... 1. 8c
.. .. 15c
. 25c


The National Biscuit Con


Cakes and Crackers


EXCEL


ALL


OTHERS,


CAMPBELL'S SOUPS
THE BEST OBTAINABLE-TWENTY VAR3
A Table Delicacy Always-Ready for an Emertemy'
CAMPBELL CHILI SAUCE, SALAD DRESS
and MUSTARD.


ALL 10c A CAN OR BOTTLE


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Scudder's


Maple


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Tetley's


Teas


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TETLEY'S TEASSU


A HIGH CLASS


PRODUCT.


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ORANGE PEKOE
INDIA and CEYLON
FORMOSA OOLONG
MIXED


Puri-Tan-Ated Brand Coffee


WELCH'S


GRAPE


JUICE


If you're a lover ot tine Teas you'lli
enjoy the delicate and reEined fra-


^. gracee oi t'.s-: de!,icious Teas.
From Choicest Concord Grapes.
K-'L I.? *^ At.ES SO AS
:R '! k VU
In Hali Pints, Pints and Quarts .-
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Coffees purified by a process that
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FUTUE KINGOF THE BELGIANS, HIS WIFE
AND HER

00 a m --- .. t--- Whi M toEuo e. Heini
#fja utw N W maime No once'sLaopoid IL asking
i t Ist beatd bt he will Inaugurato many
i k wht the throeM. He I a graduate physician, an
rft m P.w Elabeth, 3a&bter of the Duke Char.
Hffa Tbey bhave two children. pld. eight years old. M
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Sis No Place


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Like Daytona


RIesort in which to spend the winter


palt of it.


Daytona is known the


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lb--and the Beauty of the City

Architect of the Universe left It.


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The Elnmsbury


Ghost

It Appeared In Person to Mr.
benezer Pollock

By CLARISSA MACKIE
Copyright, U09. by American Press
Amociatlon.

-Going once: Going twice: Going
three times and mold to Mr. Ebenezer
Pollock for $ILXr:
The auctioneer's hammer fell with
a resounding thud and Dearly grazed
the noee of the purchaser.
"Didn't mean to damage a good cus-
tomer," chuckled the man of the ham-
mer as he pulled down the red flag
above the gate and climbed into bi'
'bggY. "Oome down to Lawyer FI'tch's
Office bimeby. 'Nemer. and we'll close
the deal rightt and proper."
"Very well." said Ebeneaer gruffly.
Be watched the crowd of women tip-
toeing out of the house and waited un-
tl the last one had passed through the
gate, each with a furtive glance at the
new owner. lie was aware that they
marveled because be had bought n
ghost ridden house..
When be was alone In the siha(ldowvs
of the tall oaks hie looked uip ait the
house, dark and titfor bidding in tihe tmaid.t
of rank grass and weeds. Whatever
had been Its original color, it wa:s I, ov
faded to a dingy mustard hue, blotted
with the dark green of heavy woo, tien
shutters tightly ckoed.
There were yetirs and years when
the shutters had never been closetl.
Those were the days before old Slion
Elmsbury's granddaughter had run
away with the sch ltctacher aind liid
in consequence b tl dldlihcrltted by
the old mai. Simon had left the house
and land and furniture to the Foreign
Missionary society, aid nov, five years
after Ills death, they had put it up ait
auction, and lte:ie7A'r had bou,'ht it
;it iimuch iulowv lti, real \ v:itw
It was well known tli:it Sii u \',!i
h:tv\' opptts d L his i:i!ni d.i tilt'r'.l's :;It

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I. v t 10 i[d d is-I 1-k rod fr n MI I
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\ e !;i -r ll o! m" t'-hl lo\ ', e a rdli ve'd
idi tht' ri'l he;s !w'ing f !..i!rrit e > to 11, :a
ry Ston, al' lil dlis:i ,ipe .rt d t't rol'li .Mfti
\vil]e.
Akfiter thait Siilioi I"l'i .'!ilnti'y 'losotd
;the' ;niiil ln part tof lithe i tl- e andi llvetd
!ill tile t'ast; Wilig ifor l(e years, andit
thetn lie died w\iith,,ut one relentinig
word to (X.',rit1 lia The Stones had nev-
er bsee het'ard fr 'nit .in'e their d.par
ture frtii M.r:,ilk,. No one kinew
where they lived or even if they were
alive. Old Simon Elmsbury went to
the grave unattended by aly relative.
Since Simon's death gosP Ip htd it
that the house was haunted. On storivy
nights, the credilous said. thie old
piano tickled softly behind the closed
shutters, and a woman's thin, sweet
voice wais heard singing Ii low tones
Snatches of this> weirdi music could !..


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Singers and a mere thesmd of mel-
ody o a woman's voice; then the rain
continued Its monoto ou beat, and he
heard the music no more.
Ebenezer Pollock was angry. He re-
solred to lay the intruding ghost if
possible, and so the next day when a
watery sun rendered the house a little
less dreary he lighted a lantern and
unsealed the door that led Into the
other side of the house.
The house was quite as dusty and
forlorn as on the day be had bought
it. Strangely enough. Ebenezer did
not Icok at the little piano which stood
open just as Cornelia Elmnisbury had
left it so many years ago. with a yel-
lowed sheet of music upon the rack.
Hle scurried through the rooms with
a half realization that some slender
spirit was flitting through the rooms
away from his contaminating presence.
A few weeks afterward there came
another storm of wind and rain. and
again he heard the ghostly music.
Ebenezer had a twinge of the rheuma-
tism that night, and he very irritably
rapped on the wall with his cane. The
music stopped abruptly, and he did
not hear it again, although there were
many storms that fall.
One winter evening, when the old
house was wrapped in a blinding snow-
storm. Ebenezer awoke from his first
sleep with every muscle aching and
drawing with pain. Rheumatism held
him a captive. For hours he groaned
dismally, conscious that the tire in his
air tlht stove was nearly out at a
time when he needed heat. 'T'here was
110o ministering hand to apply hot Han-
inels to his swollen joints and muscles
or to all:iy his torture with oouthing
linii eni ts.
It wa:is thlion that the .host carnme
againi-this time with gropin!Z lingers
upon the sealed door. It knocked zen-
tly antl spoke to hiin In f.ihint, fright-
ened whispers.
"Go away." shouted lEbenezer wrath-
fully. "Go away, ima'amt It aiL't
proper that you should be loit'rin.
around l t_ re' G(o away. I say'
There was a silence, and presently
I Ebenezer's thick, grizzled lihair stood
almost upright on his heilad. G hostly
-footsteps sounded in tlOhe rIoolmTS over
his head aid(I softly, tap. tiap. talp. downi
the ni:lrrw staircase t!i:t pieic.i iito,
his c..t{' o!i
T !h ,' !:t;::[ !,w s l ,is '., -: e i,2lli

the IIvt I- coc,
a Ci.4 1' t;.: a 'wli : l 'A E!ha i /tr I I Il."k,
thr. -'\ fr!itpIi lllt o e .l r t' u .:s
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u1ed to havetrheImat I v 1if'ie i
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i;.. \, ;ih pa:int all alonel~ My3 iu.si>;inlt
;us<-d! o hiavte rhieutatisli I efore, he
died.., and 1 klow jtts t wh'lat toi do~,"
flio said in a low toir,.
"Ma'am'" gaspe-d lbereiifl'. "L'a.aI ':"
lie watched her sle'tder ti u'e 'as it
flitteil to anid fro a;i!,,,rt his roo' a s.
She mended the tire, ;aid si,.,'; its
cheering warmth ou',,iU'_ t rte iief to hi.s
aching l!iubs. She heated water .rinl
'ttitanel cloths and applied sootlhiri li'i-
imerits with very hitltatii tinlcrs.
\\When the lline- o.f .-tltToi'':;. laid re-
laxed and Ebenezer's fa'.ce still si'uht
hers ,iulestio inIgly site *- :t d, w ii, a
low chair and ;poke soi;i:e\V!:it sathy.
"i'm Mrs. Stone-Cot'ruet !i:l lristsirv
that was. I've teen li\ jg li"or f ,:r
!years."
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