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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 11, 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: VID00399
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Pinblidhad Every Evening Except Sunday During Tlecon"brer. January, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BT UNImTED PRESS.


GEQ ft CLAMP
\WATERMAN FONTAIN PEN;"
N~WPAPRSAND
PER1ODI AJji"


DAYTONA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 11. 1910


15 Cents per We*k


mTK AT IMPAL


ELECTION IN BOSTON.


COUNTRY TWO MEN IN THE HOSPITAL ARE


K CONSUMING
A-" MEAT PRO-
r a CAN PRODUCE.


S JamL. ll-Stockmen
S 9k rn all over the
J a discussion of
j Timportant ques-
H Mr th annual con
B -c National Liv.f
rmimed today. The!
a &protest against
J.. On the tariff
have gii:en outl

--- -ti last tariff revis-;
"Iee domination of
fM- of the various sched
Sthe vital importance of
Among live stock
flr the west, but of the
k The duties on live
other agricultural pro-
the post been almost
as this country is a
t such products. It
6i the not distant fu-
|om of our rapidly in-
the United States
to consume substantially
and meat i)r(,du(ls
-ma, when that time come
a demand will raise froii
l i re OVe all] ti:( .* 1..
on agriultlural lIt( 1
and Mfte UL1U I. I., 2:,
i s protect ,,. oU jil.t. '-.:'.
try stands for a
stribution ,
4l PM of the tariff,
do dawacturi'!- ,:-,

W f d duties., at t!;. ,\;, : .
he A. It is h101 Ji:!h' ,.,
ftf m way be ;n( ,I ;j4:2
Il 6 hWant congress .- ,,1,
i t ijbMect vill 'Ic :,' .; ;, ,
mmtloui at our :t: nlii .,"


BADLY INJURED-THE HOTTEST
ELECTION EVER HELD IN THE
CITY.
BOSTON, Jan. 11 Rioting at a
polling booth in West Boston at the
opening of the balloting in the muni-
cipal campaign occurred this nimori:-
ing. Two men are in the hospital
seriously wounded as the result.
The election is the ho;t-, s; e\o-r
l-eld in Boston. .Janis Stor'r(w, the
"good govern ent-" (I ;iidli'i; e f.'r
mayor, has a u ,(1 ch;l., t( ';n:.

HAD THREE QUARTERS OF A
MILLION: COMMITTED SUICIDE.4
VIENNA. .lap.. 1 -- : i'l4 ,' i;;,'.'i
man (Oiiimiitt (i Ikl4 tld Tltiy t\lix haii;
ing him self i, 1 ,. rtil\Xk (i',llI,;>!'l11"',
H is )o(ckets ('t, :ll : i.,t] ,': i ;! ',' i:'
ities worth $7>',"..""


VICTOR EMANUEL WANTS

LIMITATION Of ARMAMENTS.


NEGOTIATING


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

1.-Becruse ; cu : .ways get the bet doods as the lowest prices.
2.-Eecause we tzce it for granted we are dealing with an honest firm.
3.-Eecause t::- goods are always of best quality, and reasonable prices.
4.-Goods Lccght from Gruber-Morris never have to be returned, as they always
pleas_.
5.-Everybody buying goods from Gruber-Morris in their lja3e 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 ard obliging salesmen.

Cruber-Morris Hardware Company



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S7-YEAR OLD 61RL AND HER
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MILLIONAIRE GRANDFATHER OFMAYOR GREENE WAS PRESENT;


GIRL WILL PROSECUTE COHEN
ON ABDUCTION CHARGES.
CHICAGO, Jan. 11-Philadelphia de-'
tectivt's will arrive here tonight to
take back to that city Roberta De
.lation. the 17-year old hei-ess. allnul
i'rederick (Cohin. the waiter with
whom si lite loped Dect'niber 29th. The
oiple' will probably start east toinor-
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GRANDFATHER WILL PROSECUTE


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MIADRiZ TRYING TO SAVE


Z[LAYA'S ILL-AI[D N[CK'

PRESIDENT OF NICAAGRUA TRY-
ING TO PLEASE THE UNITED
ST-NATES O\ER .DETTH THE


FOR A CONFER


OFFERED


TIONS TO THE COUNCIL DE-
SPITE ALD. HEYMANN'S STREN.
UOUS OBJECTIONS TO WHAT
HE TERMED INTERRUPTIONS.
'i .- city (ouri il held its regular ses-
s.o1n 7Ionday night. Pres. Schmidt. Al-
' i,-r:itn Comrad. ()slriie, Smith. Hey-
:. in antld 7Mills being present.
A ::;uii:h-' ,f bill; wW "e pres-nted
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PROMINENT PHYSIC!-tNS
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LOUIS PAULHAN, FRENCH AVIATOR WHO IS COMING TO
AMERICA.
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l'roenh nvlator, haismiuoun'tu~kl'd 1o \heill colme Iot!"o th litt'41Stati-stL
w ht~ b : *its f ~j It It statedd hIn Paris ret-vttiv t 1zat i'ni:-,
12:1 woeulId rc~ esomolt 11 ~ iL:h c$ I25,(4.lo) as a gu 'ira ii c fk~r tlhe t rip. [I
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o Drtal sons gained a
i StUry Hall In the Na-
CbI" today, when a uiarilt.
f OCR Lew- Walla(,(,, ath,,:
S ml'." W unveiled with lrul,
i I- of an imposing 'har
i*. .Qa. flrhallr Senator l\< r-
Otb ehr dtlnguirshed I1 1,).- -
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V8Waho., third, grand i (j: i,

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meytweled thi I2...C.
I talc is the vo-.k ,
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sfta artistic poi I (; \.,
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SPEED RACES ARE THE FEATURE


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SPainting
Paper Hanging
Decorating
219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE


T. E. Fltz-gerald F. F. Oates
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Sp.civ F lei!itis f(r ExaminAlng
and Perficting lund Tlt:-i
Office In Conrad Bulldinz. Phon 1:N.


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
Disposition to Treat You Right.
Lett Us Be Your J-'Vw t- ,r,.
L H. ROWE & CO.


NEVILLE H. CLARK
OPTOMETRIST.

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EYES Yk.Sl k-o-FRAMES FITTED


DR. C. DeW. AKE
% Dentist
Office Hours--A-M to 4:
Office, South Beach Street, Oppol
site City HaIL


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BIG BARGAINS






LWG WAH
CHINESE LAUNDRY
214 igmCm wTKBBT. DATYOIIA. FLORIDA.
kres Skirt*...... 1 Night Shirts.. ]q
White Shirts.. 10 Woolen hbirts 1u
Chek Shirts .-. -Q Undershirt,.-
New ShIrU ...... Drawers........
Shirt collar att. 33S oe ks. per pair
Oolmm or Cuffs. '^ Handk(-rchlt.J
Alo lAdes Clotht, at corrspond n pric.-.



IQUIGGS' BAKERY
* PRODUCERS OF THE
PERFECTION OF
BAKERY GOODS.
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S LOVELY 1910 CALE DARS
Dixie Dons, Stenciled Work of all
* id. Embroidery materials. Stamp- -
*i mi wefie you wait.
8 WOMAN'S EXCHANGE__
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THE REAL STUFF

MAC'S CAFE
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I H. C. Thomrpson. Agent


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E. T. PITCHER
SHAVANA CIGARS
N North Beach St Dayto:a Fia l
CALL FOR MY CIGARS
SClear Havana Smokers 5c.
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Try Birchwoods Butter
D. JOHN SON M..


GEO. WRAT- ,
DealT r
PIANOS Sd
PLAYER PIANOS 3

Concert Tmer


By L. C. DEMAREE.A
One of Daytona's crowning glo-
ries is her incomparable beach. No
one who ever set foot upon Its
smooth, packed sands; no one who
ever pedald a bicycle over its ex-
panse; no one who ever drove a
prancing pair of horses and listen-'
ed to the popping of their steel shoe
upon its asphaltum-Uke face; no one
who ever st-er,.A a high-power au-
tomobile down the broad stretch of
wavc-washed and surf-packed sand
but realiz-d that it is a world-beat-
er, a world-wonder. Go stand upon
thi- wide sp,-_dway and see the hap-
py fuls iit by iu joyous mood, and
ars'.v'. w'- L 'Fhr th 1s is. nut on'- of
,: s,-*\,1-n 0:-odern _"oLder.-
The P!acid, Pellucid Halifax River.
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JOHN M. SHEELEY I
9 A Specialty of
I Interior Decorating.
S Orders May Be Left at Rowes
t 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-
ginal Daytona Tire Man-Agent for
the FISK RUBBER COMPANY.

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


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ADVERTSEMEYNLT-J.

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-'--- BARBER
-J-~ K Hihb Class in Every
-_ Particular.
-. South Beach Street


superficial observer. With such lav-
ish 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 margins
of parkage. The entire city becomes'
a great park, with driveways inter-
secting. miles upon miles of drive-
ways so goou as to attract motorists
from all over the continent.
And as for the pavemenats, pa:ve-
meets that look and act like granite,
-where -Il3s bet.vet-n the -a.stern
and xv;et-trn s .a.- a. r, ', ) ,iumany uA, .
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SONTAG

INVESTMENT

COMPANY
SIncorpor:, t,1l
M. L. Waggoner
Rl-..-tnt M anfa ""-r
Desirable Building
Lots on all streets
in town; also river
and ocean sites .
Ofmice on
(>an Boulevard
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SEABREEZE and DAYTONA
BEACH, two enterprising a"
S progressive towns on the Ha.&
fax Peninsula, are deographically of
although incorporated as separate
municipalities. The to was paranll
the peninsula north and south for a
i distance of from three and one-hali
to four miles, and extend east an
i west from the surging seas of the
SAtlantic Ocean to the Halihax River,
the beautiful tide-water stream thag
sets them apart from Daytona with
which they have close commune
by means of three bridges, as weUl a
Sa half-hour ferry service.
,Seabreeze and Daytona Beach
Essentially summer and winter
Sorts and arm making huzdroda d
new friends every year amongU toM
who desire to escape the discomfit.
ing extremes of heat and cold, ad
their hotels and boarding hoanm
are now receiving splendid patron,.
age from the most discrimination
class of tourists.
The mean average ter._--rature. 80
degrees in the urr.mer a75 7, degree
in the 'winter. wAt( A:, occasional
citra ris)e or dro a :^4 Ja,-' dur-
atioi r arki this ias c -h *' Cmost
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MW YIT rA M it k ts f sftm!I
Unsea of Dayisa aand is an
qW nad bur n -amby

a- an at pie urIqae parts of

Wm its aamiset ruins dating back
t a t im wm the history of man
ss ftm ot, interlaced with wires of
m ea telegraph and telephone ,
lfmllamof shell ]' ets as hard and
moh &s a foor and over-arched by
bay forest giants that grew in state-
ly grandeur during the lapse of by.
gmc catituie, New Smyrna is truly I
a place of romance and rest .
Al 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 a c thrifty, the busi-
n ess men enterprising, and all unite
am ortvping the welcome hand of:
hospitality to strangers. There are
five church edifices for white people
and an equal number for the colored
population; the town has an excellent
high school, a splendid public lib-
rary, and ap-to-date 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 find accomo-
dations to meet your requircmcuts.
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 p: co'
Some of tLc ii.tst celery groW.Z :.1
the State is raised on this laJ. All
Other vcectabics grow in abuud.i.c.'.
and here, too. is the hore t.c ,c:n
or's Indian Rive:- oraui~i.


New Smyrna has no bo::dcd in-
debtedness aud the tax levy j, Io....
A point that no tourL'-t should 0
to visit is the ru'LS ot tt, J', Sp.'.:.
ish Mission whi:c:h stand omiber ai.d
alone ab,-ut one aad a quarter niil-,
southwest of New Sr--f ua. A good
road leads to the place and the trip
can be easily made by an automobile,
Silent, in the great pine fiats by the
margin of the forest, is this place co
pilgrimage for the piousb; this ren-
dezvous for the picnicker. The ruins
are 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
when the once powerful Kingdom of
Spain first planted its flag upon what
is now American soil.. It was built
of coquina, the roof being of the
same material, cut into thin slabs
and covered with cement plaster.
Extensive gardens surrounded it,
which were enclosed by a stonec
wall, portions oi which still remain.
Visitors usually con'c in paitie-
merry and curious bLt tiuc spell .'!
the place soon tails upon thcin and
they separate to sit al.;,e, -.ct A.
meditative, uudcr the a:.hc. ; o-[
sidc the anc.cut ..il.
COi-'CON ADO
Is situated C: (:e p. n,; uli u-' ''
New Smiyrna and is -Cii1C:4.; 1" .;
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OCEAI R10SE

F. W. SAMS
PROPRIKETOR

Ratec
S3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
Excellent Hunting
and Fishing
NEW .MYRNA
FLORIDA


HOTEL

TIURNBULL
NEW RMYRNA
FLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
Dlinne-r- for Motor-
in: P:artlit's a
(porCtlnlty
Rates: $2.00 per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
HODGES
PROPRI ETORMs


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GALBREATH
High Grade
Men's Outfitter
NE"W ,MYRiNA
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Cold Drinks

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ORMOND


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Pure Home-Made

GUAVA JELLY
MARMALADES AND
TROPICAL
PRESERVES
Special Attention to
Family Orders
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ORMON D-ON-THE-HALIFAX


i 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 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 town is very cosmopolitan,
has an excellent graded school, sev-
cr:il churches, a tine public library,
up-to-date places o business and
comfortable a.,J cou;vcniclt hotels
and b .c "i, o's-.
Orrn .~ad has i.iuvy -4 'ic Flo: ih!a
attractions-fine fruit. ood fishing,
excellent autom6biliu", saie boating.
salubriouis climate and pleasant
walks and drives.
At Ormo:'d Beach is located the
lar:.c tlote! Ornoad, and i's lc-ser
sis'tcr, Bretton Inn. The former oc-
cupie.; a position overlooking the
Halifax River, while the latter has as
its oulook the nagnificunt beach and
the broad Atlantic.
Thc walks i:i all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
bors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
rustic seats which are mute iuvita-
tions to cater into the enjoyment
thereof.
Besides the broad, smooth ocean
beach there are 'iaT.y drives for car-
riage or automobile-lon, drives and
short drives; drives through groves
oi golden oranges; drives through
dense tropical for,'-:*s to Span,.sli
rui- s: d-i vcs to the .io ':.':t Cau-lse-
wa-v buit by tlc <. c ,. o : '.tcr.
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THIORNTON
ORMOND
IF IN ANY WVAY
INTERESTED)
IN PROPERTY IN
ORMOND OR
ORMOND BEACH
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MILDRED LODGE
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A First Class Mod-
ern House; Room-.
Single or En Suite,
Aitli or without .
Private Bath. Scr-
vice and Cuisinc
Unexcelled. .
A. M. WATSON
Propr.


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On the Ormond
Road Half Mile
South cf Ormond

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VOLUSIA

COUNTY

BANK
DELAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
President
J. B. CONRAD
Viice Prosident
S. A. WOOD
(Ciashlhr


G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drags, Stationery,
Huyler's Candies,
Kodaks, Cigars
S .ILAN I), FLA.


J. W. PERKINS

Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


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village situated tive miles south of
Daytona on the Daytona-New Smyrna
hard-sur.ice r oa..d, the scenic highway
of the Last Co,.,,t. The to A is lo-
c.a'cd ckui t'he aliax River, over
SAhiCh spar-.- a b1.diJe fromra the town
'o t!he vcOpp'.-'.ilk oposite.
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D ELAND, the county seat ofF
.- Volusia County,
is situated 23 miles southwest of
Daytona and is reached from the lat-,
ter city by an excellent hard-surfacei
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 $300,000 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 lall!, oae I
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, Japau persimmons.
plumins. pecans, iuavas, strawberries
.i !,:d o'cr truits are irow: in penty
li tL.- *".;0ot public iminprovcmcnt:
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Iheri ~ n~-iat.onato DeL and

t. dr~vcs in the iscintyof the
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RIVEISITT
DULAiD, FLA.
Four Colleges and I
Teehnica I choolW.
Equipment e at.
in nearly$M
Endowment ini.O
Faculty of 4 Pro-
frsaors and In-
structors. Christian,
but non-Fkecturla
Tvachlng.
For information,
addrt-.-s:
Lincoln Hulley,.
Ph. 1.. Lit. D.
LL. D.
President


BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
M u f:uf:.cturersof
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
Agvnt :
Mausnry's Paints
Paroid Rooting
Whittib.il< ll Cement
E' 'qrido P;iaste-r
4.'r.lt 'la I vy Brick
Bo :. d 1an' Brick
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ALLEN'S
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JEWELERS
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A. t. OODALL


P, c
Leading
GROCER


J. A.
ERICKSON
& CO.
L.,trgtt 4tock of
Pianos, Organs and
Sewiug Machines
S'4OLlti of J;iC'ornvll,.I
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Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Shops
s4 i)TT 114 )IiKINS
ropIrt.tor
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MMirni fucturfr of
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42 aud 43 Beach Street


GILLE'S


Cut Rate Drug Store.


Everybody call, and reap the
benefit. I personally put up -all

prea4zvtioas so you are sure of

lawful and correct work by a
registered druggist.


GILLE'S DRUG STORE.


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AT TIE CRSTAL THEATER.

TWr EXCELLENT LOCAL TROUPE
' WILL GIVE A PERFORMANCE AT


_^ THE RYSTAL THEATRE NEXT
STUESDAY NIGHT FOR THE BEN-
EFIj OF THE DAYTONA BASE
D AL TEAM.
I The em City Minstrels will give a
pgrfori ace at the Crystal Theatre
S *t Tuesday evening, Jan. S18th, for
S the benefit of the Daytona Base Ball
Team.
^ This troupe of all local talent is
I well known through the several
W erformances given the past summer
In this city, Seabreeze New Smyrna.
sLd DeLand, that the public is as-
iaured of a first class, up-:o-d1'e u1
tertainment in every respect.
The music ,as furnished by XVood'-
excellent orchestra, will be both new
I ad catchy from start to finish, and
S the comic coon songs and s-.ntinjental
S elections as sung by the popular Gem
Cty Quartet, as ve(ll as the -sp,'i.,L
S vaudeville feature' s, \4;'ll all .i',:,
S with a dash and .-i : -- .--]' :: .,
S be seen" n. ,"+ '- :I
stage.
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W ahat a oo ( :' a i .- -
Daytoua a- a:i .; : ,. : :.
and as th" :ai '..i:- ;T : \
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the "- '" i, ,'.": a :' t .
Unancial :ui,po,:'t "a:d V .( ,i. ,.
the ball t'amni
Popular prices will pr','v;:l], th. g,'-
S *ral admission being. tut -,#I (cent-.
S Including reserved seats, althoii
there will be a few seats at 3.-, cen"s.
The performance ;'vill "ill ';*.
promptly at ':*, p. nm.


Ils GEORGE'S THRONE IS


HANGING IN THE BALANCE.


MEMBERS OF GRECIAN


FAMILY FLEE TO St. PETERS-
BURG, RUSSIA-NOT FLORIDA.


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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Published every evening, exce pt un-
day. from December 1 to April 1, b-
THE GAZETTE-NEW8 CO.
T. E. FITZGXiALD, Edltor-Manag r.
C. 8. HARRIS. Olty Editor.
Geo. F. CxoccH, Superintendent.
Entered as second-class matter De-
cember I. IO)9, at the post offlc- at
Iaytona, Florida, under th.w Act of
March 2. 1'W79.


A CHR1STLIKE MAN.
Docu! K itcs-- -1A Il"'j'The Little
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NORFOLK ENTERTAINING
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
NORFOLK, Va., Jan. 11-Prepara-
tions were completed tn,2ay for .hE
entertainment of the commission mer-
chants of America, who will be here
in force in the next few days.

HE BOUGHT IN PARIS.

Then He Found He Could Have Done
Better Nearer Home.
Enrico Caruso, the famous tenor.
told a curious story once while in
conversation with a man prominent In
musical circles in Philadelphia. The
two were ascending the stairs from
the basement of the Bellevue-Stnit-
ford when at the first lauding they
baited, and Caruso pointed to a in:air-
ble bench of ancient FloreJntine pa,-
tern.
"I am a great ad'uirer nt thi'se
benches," be said, "and last sum;:;.-8r 1
had a strange experience with them,. 1
bad just purchased a vi;l;ia in Italy a,d
was always on the lookout for s,..,
thing decorative In tlhe way of i
furniture.
"While iu Paris I hap-peue.d to -l,..
one of these benches and at wr'ce e, .
eluded to put a dozen of tiLehn ai tut
the grounds. 1 found the dealer ;:t.A
asked thp price. [f l :ii'l 7..7,; '.i.,
I ordered the dozc-n.
"A fewv we-eks i'turc I ,. :I! r.
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"So I was 1ay an,1 1- ) flr tle priv-
ilege of buying in Paris \at was be-
Ing made att y owin (!;.)r, in addition
to freight t,(,th ways i'i.,l extra irn.i-
dental expenses. N'.)w wh'-n want
to buy anythi(n.g for .iy hon'e I go to
the nearest place rst." 1'.hiladelpli
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ONLY A SECTION BAND.
A few days ago Frank Angelleta
died the hero's death.
Section hand? A hero? Yes. and he
was an Italian only a year over front
the old country and lust twenty-one
It was on the Panhandle railroad
near Steubenville. 0. The young mar
was walking the track when be noted
a little schoolgirl iu danger of being
run down on another track by a
freight train.
By shouting and gestures he ii;duced
the girl to get off the trac;k just in
time to save her. But-
So intent was Anuzi;,eta in s'ivi:;
the girl t.at a asse::z.r train unuo-
ti'ed bi,'e (l,,',ii ,,11t i.iU a:.(l (crushed(l
o u t h i .- ; '? : .
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For sale at all principal p o .g


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SP N. AGENCY oI.
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WAITE, Owner, and Manager.


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3em Essuite. Steam Heat Every Modern
Cosvemience. Send for Booklet

ATLANTIC HOUSE, Narragansett Pier, Rhod,- Islanc.




FERIDGEWOOD "'

31 D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor.


NOW OPEN


plgt wil be managed by white Northern help,
- =ome of the finest hotels in the North, and white
/i^1out the house. The table will be supplied
plsJsMcie of the season, cooked and served by the
h6, d Waitresses obtainable.
; s: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y.


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rHE PRINCE (


Hilyard & Holroyd, Pr
DAYTONA, FLOOR


Enlarged and Improved Sine

ad Beautiful Grounds---Lc

Management as I iHE BRISTCI


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xcatec1 on P\,-,cr Fronit


Elegant Rooms with or without Baths


,mdMRS. I. M. MABBETTE. Prop's and Mors.


THE


PINES


mal the highest point on Ridgewocd avenue. Large.
I tu Acccmcdates 50 guests. Rates $2.5f0 up. Tele-
Oft iKic lights, furnace heat, private bath. New and
WOB appointments. MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.

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NEW SEASIDE INN
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
Yt~ Mmodern, Homelike and Comiforta-le. 1ircctly
lkBeach. Surf Bathing and Fishing. S2.50 Pt-: D:v anJ
HORACE F. STEWVART
DAYTONA BEACH, ,i


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NEWSOF THE HOTELS


SH. H. Wood, proprietor of the New
Rockledge Hotel, Rockledge, was at
The Ridgewood yesterday.

S Mrs .Geo. Double and daughters,
I Misses Alvin and Laura, Canton, Ohio,
are recent guests at The Pines.

Recent guests at the Stillman: Mrs.
Mary Stewart. Logansport, Ind.; Miss
Carrie Hloyt and Miss Ada Lofham,
Dancie, Conn.; F. H. Homer, Ameri-
can Hotel Reg. Co.

Monday' arrivals at the Despland:
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Sherwood, Mount
Kisco, N .Y., A. C. Ferguson, Chica-
go, G. R. Collins, New York, H. B.
Clark, New York.


The Ridgeweod arrivals yesterday
were: Mrs. Guifford and Miss Gulf-
ford, Minneapolis; Mrs. E. B. Town-
send, Washington, D. C.; Mrs. P. C.
Jillson. Pittsburg; Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Sch,'nk. Nowv York.


SHOE SIZES.


SHow the Standard of Measur-ment
Was EstabiEhcd.
S It is most dIt'.,'ult fr ;;!i: iy i r:'s' ;'
Sto remember the jsizos ,f their (!ifQ-r-
ent a -lic les of We:riUg :;iparcl. Coi-
Slars. shirts and gloves are easy enoru,.'h.
because in tho caso of the.s it 1s a
Smatter of actual inches. I.ut tho hat
and shoe numbers are what puzzle
most people, to sayv nothin,- of the
mystery wlhy- a No. 11 st*-cnking zoe.,
With a No, S shoe.
SThis last puzzle is. h',.v.,vr, e:.s;'y
explained Sto(kln:s have always
been t8M"."ur',t by the Inch f'rom herl
to to'e. but the m;u:h!>.rin , t w as C ,. Ia '! ':2 *,\v l: v K r' ,"a-

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cult, because many of the lu.quufac-
turers Iiste:i.l ,,f k,'[j; to the regu-
lar sral'i h;tavoe :'.!L.d down lk eir
Numbers (,one ,r two 'izeo in ordei zj
Capture easily fattertd customers. F1
This reason m'st dealers ask (out of
town customers to send an old show
with their orders.
The system of measuring hats is
much simpler. Any man can ttfl v! i:.at
Size he wears simply by adding the
width and length of the inner trirn
and then dividing by two. Orders can
also be sent to the sh)pkeeper ,by
stating the circumference of thle head
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A butterfly hunter tells the f ,-1,
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Hecir t) the Thrc-nc(,,f aTi hc h
Tro-ible-IcKl Thngdon..


Thue tr)uld!es Iii (vroi~erCittcn!,mL~t 0on
the gra-sp on pow-er of the military
league has Itern a seriw',; meiince to
the royal faoii~flv .1 y toi) 'rlti-
Coristolntille. : t : ri Ihrio o
Kin- Geor-.~e


Timothy D. Sulivan.


ro--in's Death a Sev-ere Shock to
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Swiss Cheese 4............. 40c
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Almonds, new cr.-cp -..... lb..25c
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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
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--CAM NOW IN UNITED STATES.
Smmgin-a a O a t-rof on tea engineers ave arrived
wfth tbem the Gerinma oMcope monorail car whieb
-W w-t -r o the daly Berlin newspaper Lokal Anelger
S l g otor e zxhibltion. Tb car Is not as large as the on*
M i-by Loaus Brennan In Kngland, but the Onderlyn:
1 ft i twenty feet long and four feet wide and is capabi
p1 n= Te g yrxcope revolvres at the rate of 8,000 revolu-
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DOUBLE SUNSET.

CO lous SpMob. so" at Times In
OI Spot in England.
A very curious astronomical phe-
nomenon occurs in the heavens at a
eertaln time of the year which can bo
witnoe -ed only by standing In the par
ih, churchyard of Leek, In Stafford-
*hire, England.
From that position the top of a
mountain known as the Cloud breaks
the -line of sight and fully intercepts
your view of the setting of the sun.
This mountain is six miles db-s.it, a. 4
the crow files, from the town of Leek
Sad owing to its peculiar formation
muses the sun when it has entered
that sign of the zodiac known as Can-
eC. which happens when we are about
halfway through the year, to produce
the strange effect of setting twice
dally.
The first time that it sets the town
sinks into darkness, and the inhab-
Ints light up their houses and shops
In the usual way. Presently dawn suf-
I fuses over the town, clear daylight
follows, and artificial lights are put out.
At the second setting of the sun
darkness sets in for good. This phe-
nomenon continues for some days.
The head and shoulders of the dis-
tant mountain intervene Just at the
Juncture when the sun at the first set-
ting drops behind the top or head of
the mountain. There he hides for soine
time and emerges again from behind
just below the head and throws dIny-
light out upon the locality once nm re.
when he again sinks behind thie niouo-
tain's shoulders and fin:illy sets behind
the horizon.-Struy Storij,.
n.rly Earrings.
.'hb earring Is not a modern IDve-,
tion. for more than twenty centuries
Pigo the daughter of Aristotle wore
golden hoops. The philosopher's daugh
ter's earrings were found in her toil
near Chalcis. In Euboea. by exploring
archaeologists, and certainly modern
workmanship cannot produce their:
equal. In each golden hoop swung a
tiny dove. with precious stones for
eyes and bands of minute gems to
give the color of the iridescent breast
and wings. The feathers were of gran-
ulated gold. and the tail feathers were
so marvelusly wrought and adjustedl
that Ihy .tt-41l like a blame, as in a
livi: g ird, so that the exquisite iniia-
ture t'creatures wh,%never the \\c;rLt'r
;;,'vtd irI lau;l( h od r tosr5t- her heaii
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Colors Il Poetry.
.\> t,> cv*-,;,. Gira;;t A..l mn ;:.:a!.'i;r',,
i:i a:i "'ssa. o, te' Col'-" Se se" thlL
only igt Lt coor- are rtCo'.u izeij lby It l'
I popular mind- black, vhite, red, bluo.
green, yellow, gray and brown. Edu-
cated people speak of scarlet, crimson.
lilac and purple only under exception-
al circumstances. In a prosaic hour
Grant Allen went through "Poems and
Ballads" on the quest for color and
found that S inltur'e used the word
red 1].l tinhs. rosy and crimson once
each and sanguine, ruddy and scarlet
twice each. Gold is mentioned thir-
teen times. Blue reaches twenty-five
And the prosaic conclusion is "to
adopt the statistical form, we might
say, if we chose to reckon the unreck-
onable, that red is 500 per cent more
poetical than blue."


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Her Strong F
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young ma id :is their ai
there's a church just :0
"'lut." ropled, the oe ;
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The Story of a Statue.
There was set up !i the seventeenth
cent iry at Yarmouth, Isle of Wight.
what is probably the most curious
piece of art extant, erected to the
memory of Sir Robert Holmes. a lirlt-
lMh naval officer of that period. The
odd circumstance Is that the statue
was not originally designed for Holmes
at all. but for a very different person-
age. no other, indeed, than Louis XIV.
of France. This statue, finished as to
the figure, but In the rough as to the
head, was being taken to Prance on
an Italian vessel when it was captured
by a British man-of-war commanded
by 'iolmes. Upon perceiving the un-
flnlsh?d condition of the statue
Holmes, with grim humor, compelled
the artist, who had accompanied his
work, to chisel his (Holme) head on
the king's body. And so it stands to-
day. Holmes was eventually made
governor of the Isle of Wight, which
fact accounts for the location of this
mongrel bit of artistry.

The Lottery Mania.
The first lottery on! record in Eng-
land was drawn In London in 1560.
the proceeds being devoted to public
purposes. Four hundred thousand lots
were drawn for the prizes of cash and
silver plate, and for four months noth-
ing else was thought or talked of. and
the delight of the winners and the
despair of the unfortunates- seemed
equally exaggerated. A perfect epi-
demic of lotteries followed, there be-
ing no laws upon the subject, and soon
there were lottery tailors, lottery tea
merchants, lottery barbers (who with
each shave at threepence gave a ticket
that might draw a te V pound prize),
lottery shoeblacks, lottery eating
houses where for sixpence a plate of
meat and the chance of drawing 60
guineas were given, and so on down
to a sausage stall In a narrow alley.
where it was written that ho who
bought a farthing's worth of sausage
might realize a capital of 5 shillings.

Trials of a Lecturer.
A well known Englishwoman lectur-
er tells some stories at her own ex-
penso.
"1 was," ehe says, "on a tour through
the provinces, and one night as 1 ap-
pear.-d on the platform in a small town:
the chairuiiin introduced mie to miy au
din'e inl the following w\y: 'You have
he:'.r.1 ',f M r. lastst,.. the ,r 1.: .. _
Mm. .Let tie no)W i\ itr(ltnce t, V,'
th :i '.', ,",d \\om anl.' T';. \,"is i'.
f.:.! '; :" ; i l xc, t tere, a li 2:t. -
*: a, th .ert c casi,,f;i Si il< l i:,l o;t .
f. ': r: ., \v b as- f hs "'l! i t i.
1- i .*i ;1i! sid s ot ai c s L i '

(,,,., i-,r. to talk :tl.ut h -.r rm.!:,-
S" .'* t..ired the ha il Hrirt'll', ,,'.'I <'
S? i ,>at right to le hte",. a;.J i:
any of you don't like what she's got to
say you've got an equal right to wValk
out in the middle on't.' "

Leaning Tower In England.
The famous leaning tower of Pi.-'.
has a rival hl the Teui.ile tower of
Bristol. in England. It is a square
tower of ear'y Gothic architecture. All
its parts still preserve their normal
relative positions without (racks ,.r
fissures. The tower, which is about
115 feet high. is live feet out of per-
pendicular at the summit. There are
no records to show whether the i!c iI
nation was part of the architect's de
sign or whether It is the result of an.
earthquake or of slow ch',',es in t he
inclination of the soil. For ,!ni.
years there has been no (.a;;Ut't: in t1.i


sleue of the tower.
Needed the Knife.


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