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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 12, 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: VID00400
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Published Every Evening Except Sunday During Tece"ber. January, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BY UNITED PRESS.


DAYTONA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1910


15 Cents per Week


of Goods for W. H. WRIGHT T. E. Fitzgerald E.F. Oates RIGHT GOODS AT NEVILLE H. CLARK DR. C. DeW. AKE
Painting FITZGERALD & OATES RIGHT PRICES OPTOMETRIST. D e
Gifts~ at P~aper Hanging Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Disosition to Trat You Right
,, atPaper Ha gingSpcil NFiit .s for Ex.sinliil, It ri B. Your J.t -I.,urs. r_ Ottc, Hour<-.:a
Decorating and P,-rrtfctling land Titl 9 Office, South Bech Street,
o M M 219X MAGNOLIA AVENUE Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 12S L. H. ROWE & CO. EYES TESTED-FRAMES FITTED site City HaIL


MON A PAR WITH

UtfAM ON A PAR WITH


COCK FIGHTING


1T AND BATTERY.
Va .l, Jan. 12-Football
Agsr the ban of the law
a a pr with pugilism,
asuualt and battery
I slegislature, if the sen-'
today by some oft
SB'e Old Dominion are
SWmajority Two dead;
m jjSa seriously injured inI
A Virginia's record last
t e legislators believe
4dom1d either abolish thl
-rohm rigid restri(tions a-
aImgftta which will relieve' it
dangerous feat urtes.
qC a&lishing the game is
4 I 11lhond. This city had
from its grief and sor
d death of Archer Chr;--
Sl Georgetown field \vh:en
4 fle hed oicr the (cit%
VIrginia lad, Walter Suf-
&*arominjurie! ei i
Then on ;dlI iK'I
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STEP UP, GENTLEMEN,
AND PAY YOUR DOT.
In speaking of the progress made
by the Klondike, which has recently
resumed dredging shell from the City
Island, Alderman Mills feels very
much encouraged, and hopes the stage
of water will soon be high enough
to use the lighters to cover all the
dump piles, and that the work of
leveling may go forward In this con-
nection he would be glad to have all
who have planned contributing to this
work to leave check at the Merchants
Bank, or if more convenient, with
Fred Conrad or himself. Now that the
work has started up the money ou.ght
not to give out .


The "Insurance"


Is the only absolutely safe GASOLINE STOVE


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possible [or them to explode. Call and see it


demonstrated.


Gruber-Morris Hardware Company


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COMMERCE BOARD AND REPRESENTATIVE


OVERTHROW OF PRESIDENT


DEFENDS PRESIDENT TAFT


MADRIZ EXPECTED SOON. AND ATTACKS PIONT.

ESTRADA HAS THE NICARAGUAN CUNNINGAHM SAYS PINCHOT'i
SITUATION SO WELL IN HAND! LUST FOR NOTORIETY AND

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THAT HE WILL PRACTICALLY: NOT HIS PATRIOTISM, PROMPT.-
DICTATE WHO SHALL BE THE ED HIM.


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1W AND DIFFERENT POLI-
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W TOML, Jan. 12-W-all s',r,,,t
Sa IL at housecleaning amn,'i:
MI A ffbici of the Auncrican
ll Compan" as a r.-ilt
#MOW meeting of the stock-
- I IS Jersey City today. .\A-
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6 411b ctM who were rlat..-
NI 11 h H. 0. Havemeyer, r,:i:
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fte Plan of PresidE(n: V
ii to rid the big t.orI,:..
'IOSS that are he.d rai-." ,
Sr Pe peculations d is o(,-.q, ,,
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406ofa are in fines. 1,u,, .-
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LATER PIANOS

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E. D. MILLS
BARBER
HiEb Cwlass in Every
Particular.
Soath Beach Street


O- i ^By L. C. OEMAREE.
One of Daytona's crownilng
[NS s ries is her incomparable beach.
stS at :s one who ever set foot upon
Smooth, packed sands; no one '
ever pedAl.d a bicycle over its
Spanse; no one who ever drove


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Clear Havana Smokers 5c.


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A Specialty of
Interior Decorating.
Orders May Be Left at Rowes
Jewelry Store.
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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 stard the
racket, send your repairs to theVu!-
canizer, Cottage Ave., opposite Yacht
Club. Win. S. McGREGOR, t"'e ori.-'


superficial observer. With z-1h lav-
ish wealth of natural beauty It be-
came an easy thing for the hLand of
man to give the finishing touc"e0
which have wrought out the colors
and outlines of the big picture.
Man did all thi in the laying out
of the streets witha tAr" wide Eaariinz
of parkage. The entire cit-y r.x
a great park, with driveway ;nn:cr-
st-ctlng. miles upon mr, ways so gcy" as to attract :-:,.:=.z
from- all over tze cc, :ier-r-.
Ar.d as for th- pa:-a-r ..-
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If you must Chew and Smoke, .
"' Chew and Smoke with Us. We
have the TOBACCO GOODS.. ..


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Lots on all streets
in town; also rivcr
and ocean sites .
Office onr.
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SEABREEZE and DAYTOI;j
BEACH, two enterpriiag
S progressive towns on the HEal.
fax Peninsula. are geographically M
although incorporated as sepaaft
mUnicipalities. The to-wns paraI
the peninsula north and south for a
distance of from three and one-bali
to four miles, and exeind cast and
west from the nur ga as of thb
Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax River,
the beautiful tide-water stream that
! sets them apart from Daytona with
Which they have close communi
by means of three bridges., as well n
a half-hour ferry se.rv:ce.
: Sabrze ad Daytona Beach a
essentially snmmaer and winter 1o.
sorts and are mkalna hundred
new friends every year amoag thorn
who desire to escape the discomfort.
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m solhn*of DN ma nmad is an
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a b-oa eno& wia0tdtig th gh
am at am Most aeparts of

VUh its ancient ruais daing back
to a tim when the history of man
,-h aol, iaterlaced with wires of
modern telegraph and telephnns
ft miles of dhell treets as hard and
oth as a floor and over-arched by
hoary forest giants that grew in state-
ly grandeur during the lapse of by-
hgone centuries, New Smyrna is truly
a place of romance and rest.
AU naitre here is very inviting to
the tourist and plceasure-seeker. Here
too is to be found the best fishing and
hunting in the State of Florida.
The people arc thrifty, the busi-
ness men enterpri:ing, and all unite
in extending the welcome hand of
hospitality to strangers. There are-c
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 requircAnents.
Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a
section of vegetable land as can bce
found anywhere. This land Las
been divided inte small farn:is which
can be bought at reas-onatle pr c.
Sonic o' tLc L.--l;t celery roC:i ,:
Sthe State is raised on this la:.A. A 1.
other vegetables gro-i in a:-.;dx-.
Sand here too. i. the l.c. o L, .I.
ous Indiaun :v: crj,<._s
SNew Smyrna has no oc''..d r,.-
!debtedncs, and '.'.c ta. ic--v .
SA point th;-i '.. t .' '
to vis-it s ttjc : .s .,u ,'. .;-
ash Miss51o0 't
alone abc-ut cue ; qu't.r r.,- jA
southwest c. r Sr- ... A o,,.1 i
road leads to tCe place air the irtij
can be easily nmae bv an :ur:.eob2Li
Silent, in the great pine hats 1,l. the
margin of the forest, is this race ci
pilgrimage for the pious, this re:,-
dezvous for the picnicker. The ruins
are extensive, and while there is lie
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 rocf being of thL '
same material, cut into thin slabs
and covered with cement plaster.
Extensive gardens surrounded it.
which were enclosed by a stea.
wall, portions ol v hich still reai;;.
Visitors usually come in partiet |
merry and curious but the spell c+
the place soon falls upon thei az d
they separate to sit alone, s. cnt a.' .
meditative, undcr thc arc,-cs or t',.-
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CCRONADO
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New Smyrna an.,i :'- c,:::: : ?, 2 .1
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Special per
Week
Excellent Hunting
and Fishing
NEW ""I MY'INA
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NEW SMYRNA
FLORIIDA
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Rates: $2.06 per
Day and Up
BENNETT and
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SORMOND is five miles north of i
Daytona, located on the western 1
bank of the Halifax River. The 1o-
catiou of the town permits of good
drainage and perfect sanitation; the
elevation is superb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge con-
nects Ormcnd 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, i
The town is very cosmopolitan,
has an cxcellent graded school, sev-
eral churches, a :;nc public library,
up-to-date places of business aind
conilcrtable and coinvcnient hotels
and hoardi:i', !'ou-;' .
Orniord .i. iia:.' cti the "cloiida
attractions-fine fruit, gio-l t.shing,
excellent automo-illion, safe boating,
salubriou s climate and -ileasant
w..alk-, and drive';.
At Or:do:1d B1-:1ch is located the
Slaric Ilotci Ornioa;i(, and its lc ser
s-:stcr, Dretton Inn. The fornimer oc-
cupie a position overlooking the
IHilifax River, while tlhec latter has as
its outlook thc maganil'cucit beach and
the broad Atlantic.
SThe walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
bc s, shady and inviting spots and
romantic ncoks arc crowded with
rustic seats which are mute invita-
tio::s to enter into the enjoyment
thliereo.
Bc.iides the broad, n-iooth ocean
beach t iere are maniy rives for car-
ri.,ec or automobile lo-' drives and
..h1rt dr;.iv-'C; drives through groves
iot oldcn ortingc-'; drives throulij
d -' C' t t'pi:'il ;or. 'ts to Spanish
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MACON

THORNTON
ORMOND
IF IN ANY WAY
INTERESTED
IN PROPERTY IN
ORMOND OR
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Single or En Suite:
with or without .
Private Bath. Ser-
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Unexcelled.....
A. M. WATSON
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PORT ORANGE is a pretty little
village situated five miles south of
D-aytoua on the Daytona-New Smyrna
h.arld-; rtacc road, the scenic highway
.A the EaKat Coast. The town is lo-
-itied on the Halifax River, over
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STETSON

UNIVERSITY
DxLAN D, FLA.
FOur oUlege sad I
Tchnioatl1school.
Equipment Cost-
_na nearly Wfi0 e
Endowmnent B6fA
Faculty of 4 Pro.
femsora and In-
structors. Chrlsta,
but non-Sectarian
Teaching.
For Informatlon,
address:
Lincoln Hulley,
Ph. D'.. Litt. D.,
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VOLUSIA

COUNTY

BANK
DbLAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
President
J. B. CONRAD
Vtco President
8. A. WOOD
nQshl.r


G. W. Fisher
Drug Co.
Drugs, Stationery,
Huylcr's Candies,
Kodaks, Cigars
I' .-LAN 1. FLA.


J. W. PERKINS


Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law


'Vill Practie, In

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W. D. HAYNES
Grocer
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F urnisliings
Shoes


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DELAND, the county scat of
1- 11 1Volusia County,
is situated 23 miles southwest of
Daytona and is reached from the lat-
ter city by an ezcellet hard-surface
read recently conastruced.t
At DeLand is located the John K
Stetson University, one of the lead-
ing educational institutions of the
South. Because of the interest in i
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 Govcrnment 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, pecaus, -,uavas, btrawberries
and other fruits 'xre rown iii plenty.
1:,. the -:,'. o! t',+bl' c ru tro'verent-
arie n'':i: ,- r;' lc, c t f;ti, -,'iiell r .id-;, 'i
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hirou l;out a: .i ,. e o e ; ttihe inout
corn:rodicu :i and bcst eq:ui pped pub-
lie scIho,'i n the State.
Tlie t:ip -.:om Daytoua to DeLand
i.. by automobile mu a little
ve-:ain hour, and there are many
{' ct:Y drives in the vicinity of the
juunty site. A good road leads to
D)eTLcon Springs, five miles, a historic
siot, ,ltcre 60,000 gallonu- of water
bubble from the earth every minute.
From DeLand automobiles go south:
?.) O.-teen. 18 miles, oa shell aud
-1.,1l reads, theSt. Johns is crosscdby
't'rr" n,.'ar Osteen and cars can then
,. ..:it;nui,: to a.nnf< rd a::d Orlando by
l;.ird r, ad. ";;:rc i-,> a shell road
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J. A.
ERICKSON
& CO.
l. %r--'t -to'k of
Pianos, Organs and
Sewing Machines
6(,,f .it-'onvi'l,
Iv. I.ANI. FI,A.


Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Shops
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Mn nint fmt'tu r of
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SILAS
B.
WRIGHT
AINSLRANCE
A(]I NCy


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BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
MI,. nufiactur-r3 of
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
Ag,.nt., :
Ma.tury"' Paints
Pnirold hooting
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!i i 'ondo P;:istir
t'4n'c()i.li % Brick
Bo:1.l Saind Brick
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DRUGGISTS
J'EWEL.ERS
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Sryea, Stearns and


Cadiliac


MOTOR CARS


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The Atlantic Motor Car Company j
42 and 43 Beach Street


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GILLE'S


Cut Rate Drug Store.


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


registered druggist.


GILLE'S DRUG STORE.


A Swell Polish


SIN TlIS SPACE.... I


SThe Daytona


Auto Transit
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Company....

Will have something 0

Interesting to say.
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NEW LA E AUDIENCE.


THE CAST WAS GOOD THROUGH-
OUT, BUT VIRGINIA ROGERS,
AS POLLY HOLDEN, WAS A FA-
VORITE FROM THE START.
By far the largest audience since
the appearance of Coburn's Minstrels,
gathered at the opera house last night
to witness the production of Meadow
Brook Farm.
Lou Streeter, ..s S: 1oden, va.i< a
strong character in hls dpi(cti,,n cf
the jovial, easy gouin, old foar:':.
with a fine touch .f i-e:.'.ii-t in I..l
makeup and h- was w.-l s'1 pr,-oi,
by the other J:,v bfr- f tl- 7r. ;,..
There wert, a number of thrilling dra-
matic incident- through ,h. paiy.
which was tnliv-.I-d by tho il:,,lllin
mnor of Si Htold,',n. ai>-i.T-d ,, ':,an ..-
Rogers and 13jIlly Si hl.: .. a. I ..
Slocuni !;d Se:.. n !.: ." .:1', S:' :;. I,-
ly.
Dan c A\':. a- ihiy i;A:; ',, i>
versatile of >})-.. h ali1 *'
and hlis danco f-:"::',: ", -.; .. '
dtesei ed ;,T),,-,;,']-,.
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and \ al .:.. ,.y l 1. i*, .,..,,
Lee l hill,;-, b-t .. \ ..^ :..^ -, I. ... .
Polly ]tolldei, k',, t.,. ,<; ,..,' ;! .
constant itte ef anld>!'-.v.'..
A Iinfl o: (,'l',.o. ra a.(lddedi :, I'.. ,i. :' --
ure ot the e', \ilg.
Some slight confusion in tie seating
was caused by the double sale of a
few reserved seats, but this was
satisfactorily straightened out and the
opera house management, Snead &
Weitz, are to be complimented on the
perfect order maintained and the
smoothness with which evvrythin^
was conducted throughout.
The next attraction will be th, Frur
Pickerts, who are always faxrt,,"
here.

"VIOLET DIVINE," POET,
FREAK AND PIANO TUNER.
William Divine, l fr ak, ,.,.'
tuner. who lha- b,-e' at r;, ',.v;::.d
Since tarly fall, letit SA i rd V :2,,'
north bound f: r paT i'.k:.,,',:.. ;;i
"the pla. t-s k'.' k:, '..:.. : ."
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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS
Published every evening, except 9un-
day. from Dk-wcmher 1 to April ., by
THE GAZETTE-NEWS 00.
T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor-Manager.
C. S. HARRIS, City Editor.
Geo. F. CRorc,; Superintendent.
Entered as sticond-class matter I '-
cember 1. 190. at the post office ti
Daytona. Florida, under the Act of
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Heart toHeart


Talks.
By EDWIN A. NYE.

TOO LATE.
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teiar0 of r--;-; *:2.'a."*' *- 4.!. ** **-
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Yearning, hapiess .u-l:,
Many a woman has ghti' that way,
yielding to the impulse of captivation.
hypnotized into going away fromi a
man she loved with a man whom, she
did not love.
Never loved her hubal nd?
Yes, she did. That is vtry plain from
the tear bltt&e human d(,icument tiled
by the husband in the divorce court.
But she w,,ke up to the fact to( lat,,.
Poor ,woman:a
The husliiand is like iuint t,,ward ,tir.
and she has t-arnetd she cannot depend
on her para:,1our. If he has L,,ot al-
ready abandi!ned h,,r he will s,-n
tire. And probalIy he wi'l leave her
helples ;:id i ) 1,a: ck tot, hi tos tsin (of
his family. "'Ihar is t!:,e mn, of it.
It is ,*,::* ,,,, i;r,.li,.t !i,, l,- r I!,i. '-'
fi;L-h-ei-c her !.v L!,., :ii-,,li, ::, iit r,,ui :
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COURT TO DETERMINE THE

RIGHTS OF A STEPMOTHER.

DAUGHTER BY PRIOR MARRIAGE
THE CAUSE OF A DOMESTIC DIS.
TURBANCE AT JERSEY CITY.
JERSEY CITY, N. J., Jan .i2-.Kust
how far a stepmother's rights in her
husband's household extends if theo
husband is a widower, with an ailIt
daughter, is expect (d to (i. f':- .1
by Vice-Chancellor Stev.-n:.l, n ,
suit which was argu,.d If, :,* :2: ,-
day The action is a lt i .; .-
rat.e nialintonairo bI'u'i v:I !*," !;* .,


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STANDARD OIL TRUST


HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING.


STOCKHOLDERS DO NOT "VIEW
WITH ALARM" THE GOVERN-
MENT'S SUIT TO DIVORCE THE
DADDY COMPANY FROM ITS


SUBSIDIARIES .


NEW YOURK, .Jall. 1"-.NO dt'"l"P-
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PEERLESS ENGINE


A perfect and most economical fuel for Auto
and Stationery Gasoline Engb


For sale at all principal pO -L.


GULF REFINING CO


DAYTONA
AGENCY


S. B. Green, t
'Phone No. 70 or 26.


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THE NAVY BILL V I'LL :E u' -
THE PRINCiFAL 3L;JECT -


DISCUSSION.


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C LNILR OT LA'iT'_," "2
RiVER FRONT
110x535--SUBDIVIDES I.TO
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Ij GOOD INVESTMENTS


S Jas. S. Stanley, or NORMAN S. DAYTON
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I,-..'. Strange Lapse cf Memory.
Cases of forgetfulness ,-u matters of
aInterest are tu record. \Vhi!e Dr.
Priestly was preparing his work en-
titled "'Harmnny of the Gopels" he
P had taken great pains to inform him-
self on a subject which had been wlI:n-
-In :. der discussion relative to the Jewist
.,,- v Passover. ie lv rot e out tLe result aot
,,i: his rtes('archles and aiI t"he 1,j**r
Sway. His att'ntion, ari time Le;:,4
ta ken v.!t'i .,,.*n 't,;!;,; f, s'.)::e litt:.-
tin :,., e ,i s,.., t f.rt, i,- 2::ije t ,.,cc'r-
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L DESPLAND



' Now Open for Season 1909-10.


A L WATE, Owner, and Manager.
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NEWS OF THE HOTELS


L .R .Bolton, of Boston, arrived yes-
terday and is registered at The Des-
pland .


i,.arines For Central America.

Ken of the Figting Corps Sent to
Nicaragua


On the F mehadmRITV6-Thee mly Ihem- fe Ff. piece @I rlseh1 t* The v2 .
m -w wi fa DeckIa R D. Rates Per Day m, Up.
Fort Pierce Hotel F.- ,Ty-. ea r

t Bedt H mtiand F li ona the East Coast. Gui-es md Betas Fwuihed.
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IIE RIDGEWOOD

SB D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor.


NOW OPEN


/ i will be managed by wl
Ijl-me of the finest hotels in t
af ,the house. The tat
-4i" is of the season, cooked
md Waitresses obtainable.
air ns: noprkietor Prospect House, S


IE PRINCE GE
Hilyard & Holroyd, Propric


DAYTONA, FLORIDA


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bite Northern help,
he North, and white
>le will be supplied
d and served by the

Shelter Island, N. Y.

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SEnlarged and Improved Since Last Season.

id Beautiful Grounds--Located on River Front

ftManagement as THE BRISTOL. Asbury Park. N. J


Tuesday's arrivals a The Despland
included H. B. Bonfield and G. H.
Wilson, of Boston.


Theo.
a brief
termed at


M. Knapper, who
visit in the city
The Ridgcwvood


Mr. and Mrs .H. Mutse,
and F. C. Trainer were
Tuesday's arrivals at The


stopped for
was regis-


of Atlanta,
included in
Ridgewood.


Mr. and Mrs. Israel Putnam, who
are occupying their home at Ormond, .
were in the city yesterday, guests at -- ... : ...
The Ridgewood. I The sending of the marines to Nica-
ragua Is only the latest of a long series
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Wood arriv- of services rendered to Uncle Sam by
ed yesterday afternoon from Penn- the mwn who are soldierss and sailors


sylvania and will be in the city soeni
time as guests of The DesPland.

WV. E. Barney and wAife, (of Cliica",,
and Fred I). ienlv. 1),lii.h'l 1il:t:
and C. Ob.risoi, )f X'-,,'.-y t':t.-k. N.
.J.,
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t Oo." The A111011 On the I i.sle dis-
pathel ri ,nI hilidelpi tia to Central
A mt'~a. ~Xl~.(I~~ -n'ie:t satIsfactioii
W hii t wi~:ms.z&rr&~1tha.t t here N-ere
prii'; ',' ~ : ~I'iI.' clmc nmanad
f t he Iruk.j, !Sc 't! ft n I .l0,pha
Ma. arSI. i''vI. vhf) has a
fit.tv r*''; n th., I 'hihp-


Admiral W. W. Kimball.


Chosen to Command Our Ships In
Nicaraguan Waters.


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PRU:M0NENT NEWSPAPER


THE HAMILTON


New and First-Clavs


DAYTONA


- FLORIDA.


Electric Lights


Electric Bells


Elegani Rooms with or without Baths.


DimMRS. I. M. MABBETTE, Prop's and Mgrs.


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STHE


PINES


l* the highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
,*mm& Accomodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
1,4.*tric lights, furnace heat, private bath. New and
T qppointments. MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.


-NEW SEASIDE INN
S AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
M-2 -Modern, Homelike and Comfortable. Direct
I3.each. Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Pcr Day a
, HORACE F. STEWART
TTONA BEACH FLORIDA


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' THE IVY LANE INN
1 Qr1M hou ii I h!- c i I !
.' -- I ock to th*-riv,.-.. ';, -.- i :i; *\ ... '... *
:i~ll~m~ Ple(". t 'pe Ncvrnbr: ;"I.. 't" -Ma
Open Novcmbrc to Ma..
SVWmi. W. FOLTZ. irc-rictoi

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THE PALMETTO
VKWIOta and Popular DAYTONA. FLOF
erlookin g the Beautiful Halifax River.
IiihS amd Comfortablc Housc. Fir. Clas,,,: Alln Ic
i C.O0. CHAMBERLIN. Proprietor.


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Ay on9


TO FIND FAULT.


SPeople Are Sometimes Paid For That
j Exprees Purpose.
'j You have no ldea how many things
'are wrong In a bi- business until you
are paid to l,,k t.,r themr. wvrits Ge-
lett P.urgvcs 1:, i',,h-r'-. There were
the clcks, for .... t !.;.,;. wH!iI 1 tirst
began. Th, Oj; id X *.,. t-9 so !u:n" r:t-
In their hair. -t h*,ro'" v" Nt ,i,, tr i thi
elevator doors. e'Xl4':!, -,;its 1,:*'
dumped ons en ui:loh!,er. (ie \t!ietil:i
tlon was tatl. thie b,,xs ,u t!,h. htu'vt'
showed fr',i the trt,(:t Titir,]h !h.-
show wiud-rvs il-st *i : i t ut t!i>u'i im.i
other til)n;.s. 'Thei S;i'ndl !hli:i sf,-1
teapots just li-o ur oighiocn ct cet
ones for 14 cvnts. niid fr a coicc'r:i
like Smith & Co. t,- l1 u:iderldold I,
Fatal. Thirei's ru-ay r. th ing t.:it ,'
,nra Mers M r I.t..; a '. Imiii., t ,.,'.
'wlndo'w dr(,-,'-,r L' s 1 :rS, t'
ait tirto l!,, : n It .,cs in m.y lt','
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mlanl selo(-ted lby the \'il~i
thil ri!Ies to u~i~;4l~

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Star Hams and Bacon


Simon Pure Lard in Pails


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Quotations.
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Pais, 3 lb*. 65c.: 5 Its. $C.
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UY BE AOKI, WHO TIRED OF HER JAPANESE HUSBAND
gowtdaughter ot Dr. John Emery, archdeacon of San Francisco.
Si* of her Japanese husband, whom she married last March.
glvlgf wrote to her father telling him that Aoki was neglecting ner
lfl*'* weft ully and begged to te allowed to return home. Dr. Emery
11 tas her assilstance. The marri..ge of the edlucated American girl
sWae nt caused c,'r.muent aill over the world and resulted In ttl
h^^ atl5d Ity all ner tnr .r .i,,E, lEven the .J;Iap:nirepse newslai
b -* f logI accounts of ii .11)t1 H1::0..,, t ,,! a;a:', :in' ,I'is,,(de


0 is No Place
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Like Daytona


As a Resort in which to spend the


w a part of it.


Dayiona


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Kaiser's Only Daughter.

Prince Victoria Louise, Whm Has
Made Her Debut


Ths t a pitfl tale of little Jan
Stocek, vicTtim of the mine disaster at
Cherry I1L.
Jan, son of a father killed in the
amies was aged fourteen.- He was a
sensitive child who read books be-
yond his year. and passiouate!y loved
music.
. But Jan was the man o-f the family
at fourteen!
The morning of the awfum fire in the
mines Jan was in bed sick. and the
doctor said he must stay, but he
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 goodbye.
And she?
Leaning against the shaft house that
fateful day, sobbing In her old brown
shawl. the mother wailed:
"My God! I kissed him and sent
him to his death! I sent him to die
In that hell hole below there for $1.13."
Motberlike. blaming herself.
And when they got her to her home
In the little shack, while the fiery In-
ferno raged below, poor Barbara Sto-
cek. robbed now of both husband aud
son by the Moloch of the mines. sahld
to a woman reporter:
"Never again shall I be able to draw
a full. long breath. Something clutches
me when I look into the face of a
child. I can see little Jan. nmy la.ihy
boy, lying there in the passe .\..
his head restiz :n iii his arnm \l ,:. h;i
dead f~te lie l,' iritiit, l,,iv,;.: 'i, <::;'<*'
always had r u-,."
T iJ" l! t ..r ",v,- ....*; :: i L"- -' ." !i. "' F
Fnf il O W Nr 1;:;! f r':.'} 11: 1 I '*:;.".
of how J;ain read the big-: b. ',ks.
"it w I;s t!io ('MI f:.n.T iy '<>i:;in.r I .
In him. (Onc-e. in the old (.(IcOurtry, his
father's f.; iks r'r u,,ba s. ('f '!
years thl, a,. lav,,n w 'rkii IV.I!''. ..
Jan went aLi d,'ath sinilinl. 1:,;(e
runvly a 1,inI a't his race ha-fore hi!i."
Is it ,i>t :iWi u:,ui tcratly s;' d nivs-
oery?
WVh]y .;',Jlhl si'lh a ; a abl, spirit :is

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is known the


tUdd over as the Prettiest Resort in

fia--and the Beauty of the City is as
li9 ArAect of the Universe left It.


Two Long Gcf Drives.
=\ ,f 1,.' ,r aleie r: ain al t, pla:y
a naut'oh t y Iv n,, ';,l, i:ht. "lh] atta .ol-
nizts were in every respect worthy of
each other, and as the match Iproceed-
ed fortune did not appear to incline on
either side. At last they came to a
long hole. and,! to each it occurred at
the same ti:n,i' that a critical moment
had lbeen reach essary to adopt heroic measures. They
drove off two long balls, which to the
eyes of the ordinary spectators ap-
peared to vanish into night, far be-
yond all human powers of vision to
follow.
But each of the combatants deciartd
that he saw perfectly where his ball
had gone, and they walked off withi
unfaltering steps in the directl,'n ,,f
the hle. Whe'hn they had g',:ie ala.ut '
0SO yard. n-eithetr began t,, s.'v ^>
(i- n f ir.1': :u tiia:' t.a t L;:i1 r i. '
e'd tt,2p,2 I:..1o' x lucrte 1.,' a)\p.,* ., .1 : ....

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Thomas Taggart, Iri~lia na umoml sr of:


the IDemiocriticL nt:tiai:il ciinittce an.i1
former chairinmin ,f ti ,',a, r!r! it!ce. I-,
a littel and iitt.-,:ipfr pr riv ,r. II-r .
honie is In in:dl;'"'s.


John S. Sargent.

Famous American Painter Who Re-
sides Abroad.


Drink Lily Water


A Pure Drinking


Water.


Highly


recommended by

Physicians for

Kidney Ailments.


Full stock Electric Irons, Coffee Percolators, Toasters,

Griddles, Chafing Dishes, Fans and Warming Pads.


THE SCHANTZ ELECTRIC, ICE and


WATER COMPANY.


WE CONFESS


We admit it frankly the Merchants Bank wants your Lusiness. But we also,
can assure you thai in return for you, business, this bank not~only a!cers a .-1ivice
which we believe aionst perfect, hut unquestioned security for every dollar entrust-
ei to cur car,-
In cold, unassumiing [i u- :. h-ie is our guarantee to every depsi,.' r.ard-
less of the amount he ria/ h., ic sn s hank

Capital S100,000.00
Surplus and Profits 50,000.00
Stockhold!ers Li:3i4ity 100,000.CO

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Merchants Bank
Branch -IA Vlusia Ccunty Bank'

A. D. McBRIDE, President
J. B. CONRAD, Vice-President
F. N. CONRAD, Cashier Daytona, Florida


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S Fawcy Groceries all fresh
Apples, Bamamas. Figs, Grape
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BARNES u
TmE NOVELTY MAN
Bells Stationery and ecoolt S es,
Phownrphs Sewing Mache,
TypeWrit*rs. Crockery. Glawarews
Cutlery., Fishing Tackle, Toys and
Notion-.
BARNES
Will al-zo frame your Picture. fix
your lamps and Urmbrellaas. sharpen
your Staws and other Tools and reps&
anlost anything that is out of whack 0
In fact. for any want call on a
BARNES
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South ch tfeet. Dayton i.
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NEW LACES-NEW EMBR(
Sahia Perfect for= ad Corset Coal
Glove Fittin Corset


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LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
2:08 today; 2:58 tomorrow.


WILL IMPROVE MAiRSH LAND


DAYTONA
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Next


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The


FOUR PICKERTS

Seats on Sale at Hankins'
Drug Store.
Dance every Monday evening


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THE WEATHER.
Partly cloudy tonight and Thu-rsday;
moderate easterly winds .

D. P. Waters, representing the Jack-
sonville Times-Union, is in Daytona
gathering data for the Volu:.a con:v
edition of that paper, to be .5.i
shortly.
That the tour:,'. sear -rS :a-,r.:-- .".
was demonstratt-d .his or.r..z by
the appearance- : a e c.y: :.
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LYING NOITH OF DAYTMI

F. A. ROOT HAS PURCHASED A
LARGE BODY OF SALT MARSHi
AT KINGSTON AND WILL FILL
IT WITH HIS SUCTION DREDGE.,
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F .A Root. proprietor of Root's Dry'
ock, and also owner of a large suc-
t:cn dredge, has purchase-d of G. W.'
K:ngston all that body of marsh land
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