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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 13, 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: VID00401
Source Institution: University of Florida
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1910


15 Cems per Week


Oolds for


NEVILLE H. CLARK

OPTOMETRIST.


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M IUM today begin
qMb preference
.Lt 4'pends the fate
ginmMt and other
ik as of even


h as the pro-I
at the power of'
sad the future
stion. The polit-
-i':! originated last
So unpreceden ted ac -
SLards in refusing
i oSvernement's bud-:
m~e~.sthe most in-'
w psriameintary history

Vm the first polling
SC* ballots will not
a" l Saturday, when'
tife place in lo)n-
ljAdon is regard-
gi the struggle. The
b iftyd-tso membe-krs
n MCOm .As a (con-
I of the hour
i Tory or Liberal?
ftmwag~ed a ca~lupcigHl
q.W r, and outside thl
iNlOt poll itics it dl4i
61k that LB wi o i .
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kllndon s',:, '

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SaIllford, %x:1,.'
lti huotas ah u cik
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A DIM M 90 mostmpoliticiaii.
1 6In *A theUnionists stand
sew-4 rielIny improving
MIM& Wcaisnot fail to
)Mm t Us a d they are
ft I M elats. TThe
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ison Is Pethem in (,-

Sstate of partit-: i-
..l.sts, 3S.,; Labo:
lll~l"Ovli;P#slts, S3; 1 t' .,.:.
L AS OWe Naonalists ar;d
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Il b i a a maiomrity, tunst
LB r seats as the%.

b i tJecUOn of tilt iL:..
b ief tthe campaign !rl ,,
OW twe m19b IRSllTIi t<'
19 6sML vigorous.
ef 7 ,Ireland 1 's inu t i ii..


LORD SALPOUR OF
BURLEIGH SIXTY-FOUR
LONDON, Jan. 13-Lord Balfour of
Barleigh, who recently visited Amner-
ica, today attained his sixty-first birtt.
day. He belongs to the Scotch peer-
age and was secretary of Scotland
in the Salisbury administration He
is one of the most intellectual of the '
British nobles, and is one of the chief
dignitaries of the household of the
Prince of Wales It is predicted that
when the latter succeeds to the
throne of Great Britain. Balfour of
Burleigh, if still alive, will becorame
one of the powers behind the throne.


THREE NOTED


STATE


EXECUTIVES


AND WHITE HOUSE.


Go"VERNOLS.:


SERVANT MURDERED WHILE

M TECTING LITTLE CHILD.

BURGLARS ENTER HOUSE AND,
CHLOROFORM AND STRANGLE
MISS BRAMER HOUSE ROB-i
MISS BRAMER HOUSE ROB-'


BED OF $10,000.


MILLBROOK. N. Y., Jan. 13-Sarah
Bramer, a servant in the home (of
Barnes Compton, is dead today as the;
result uf resisting thre- burglars,
.hlo 'chloroforued and strningl.d hlier,
ajndl robbed the house of jewelry and
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ADMINISTRATION GIVES THE MAR
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ARE OPPOSED TO ITS POLICIES.


WASHINGTON, Jan. 11-Now that


the holiday recess is over and Con-
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%itlli o further vacation periods in
s.,;ht4 one of the most i:)teresting sit-
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AIRING GRIEVANCES AGAINST


ALLEGED MILK TRUST.,


FARMERS AND DAIRYMEN


NEW YORK GIVING TESTIMONY


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Painting
Paper Hanging
Decorating
219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE


T. E. Fitzgerald E. F. Oatm,
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Spec=l1 Faculties for Examining
ad Perfecting LandTitles
Office In Conrad Building. 'Phone IM


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
Disposition to Treat You Right.
LMt s Be Your Jewclers.
L H. ROWE & CO.


DR. C DeW. AKE

A@% Dentist
Office Hour*-J):8) to 4:0
Office, South Beach Street, Oppo-
site City Hal


LISTEN


Don't say your Gasol,,. Range is just as good

as the Insurance for it is not, there is only ONE

safe Gasoline Range. Call and we will prove


our assertions.


Gruber-Morris Hardware Company


WHERE THEY MEET WITH OTHER


KILLED BOY AS REPRISAL


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Jevelry Stre.


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Sa-.y old place, but for reai, re.iaoi
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am=sea&.of ma ad is an
ifta spot 0m ytom by
a&-- a go" wi~ffttrot
tam adPiCIMUR"ue uts of

M Its ancit ruins dating beck
f. a tie wbam the history of man
--t sot, iatwm md with wires of
0 Modr telegraph and telephone,
ft milM of shell streets as hard and
moo& as a floor and over-arched by
hbmy 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
All nature here is very inviting to
the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
too is to e found the best fishing and
haating in the State of Florida.
The people are thrifty, the busi-
esam men enterprising, and all unite
in extending 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 up-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 requirements.
Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a
section of vegetable land as can be
found anywhere. This laud has
been divided into small tarnis which!
can be bought at reasonable prices,
Some oif thLe :.st celery grow.';i :..
the State is raised Oil this land All
other vegetables grow in abuudan.
and here. too i., the Lohi ,c t lil I.i.
ous Indian River orangc-
SNew Smynia La- uo boA.d t..-
debtednuess aid C i, ta lct \ .'- t,.. .
A point that ., It-.. i '*.... ,. i
to Visit 1I thS t.. 11 ., I. il '.. -
ish MlsbiicU >,t-.. stanO -,orL-'>r .d
alone about one a-Ad a qu..r-l, iiitf
southwest of New Sr,4 ia. A good
mroad lc.-ds to the place and the trip
can be easily made by an autoinobilc
Silent, in the gr.at pine fiat5 by the
margin of the forest, is this place L)i
pilgrimage for the pious, this reu-
devous for the picnicker. The ruins
we extensive, and while there is no
authbntic 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 mow American soil.. It wa" built
of ooquina, the roof being oi the
SO material, cut into thin slabs
aad covered with cement plaster.
Kztenaive gardens surrounded it,
which were enclosed by a st5L.,
wall, portions of whic stmll re:.aii
Visitors usually cc;:.e iu partic,,
inrry and curious but the spell cti
the place soon tails upon tLca~l ^t. d
they separate to sit alone, silent a:.2,
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Special per
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Excellent Hunting
and Fishing
NEW IRMYRNA
FLORIIDA


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NEW MIIYRNA
FIAORI)DA
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I ORMOND is five miles north of
Daytona, l1.mted ca the western!
bank of the Halifax River. The lo-i
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-;
tainmed 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 vcry cosmopolitan,
has an excellent iradcd school, scv-
cra! churches, a niuc public library,
up-to-date places 0ot business and
coinf.ort.ible and con'.'C.itc:nt hotels
and ko-d id in.' ho a-.i.
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..ni ,! :id t.. ;i .i!;. ; l>n i la
attrac.'ilons- !':IeC tIr'it i 't.I t*, iij .
cxccll c:t autI,, li rlii.. -,.ic CI1at1
salubrionu clinma c ::A ['Icaa'.it
-walks anid driv<.-,
At O .' ,,id Bcili l4,,itcd thle
lii ..~c t, c! O trih.id, aid it-s Ic-,cr
si.,tcr, lBrcttci'i i i c to:-inecr o,-
upies|l a posit oI O \ CI-lo k. l; the
lIalifaI Kivr, whIle th!i litter has a,
its outlook t'he l .i. u ;; c t -.ct.i aid
the broad Atlantic.
I The walk-s in all d rc. thotn arc
p rtIcula.irl} att ia ti\c nd the ar-
b,,rs, shady and iv7itit s-.pts and
romu.ntitc ntooks aruc d,.,edd with
ru1t-tiC stats which acl i'..iitC iitita-
tiols, to c_:tIc: inito t eC t'loii ict lt
therltot.
Bcsidcs the b:,,ad, -'n:uOth u. cai!
beach tlhc1 e arc I a \t11 1 V i -'. tor ctl-
'at~e or autoinobilc -Ii drives and
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ORMOND
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OR-MOND BEACH
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I VOLUSIA


COUNTY

BANK
DiLAND, FLA.


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Capital $100,000

A. D. McBRIDE
President
J. B. CONRAD
Vice President
6. A. WOOT)
( ishl,.r


G. W. Fisher
SDrug Co.
SDri;. Stationery,
Huylcr's Candies,
Kodaks, Cigars



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POR F'OIRANGI

DEVELOPMENT


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PORT 0KANkt- is a pretty little
village situated t. ,e miles south of
Daytona ou the Daitoua-New Smyrna
hard-surtac i., ., the sccic highway
of the Last h .t-t Tihe toAu is lo-
.tr on th, t! "htlax River, O VLr


to hact.; -


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laid i -.ut a551
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PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for SaIc.
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For F-lorida
t .-


DELAND, the county sat of
Volusia County,
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 iu building and
equipment; nearly $300,000 endow-
ment; a Carnegie Library alone rep-
Sresenting an investment in buldi:g,
endowment and books, of more than
$120,000. The library ii thc United
States G,,vcruncuLt depository :or the
State k't Florida, and i Cu'.aliJs over
15,000 volunies. Scic"nce itdl, onf
of the uewc-.t ot 16 bulIdieu., w.th
: its turnishlin,-s, cprepie-,ts a:1 outlay
of $60,000. LiLzabeti Hl!l I1s oue of
Sthe most b,.tuti li ol" c" bu'ldnis
in the South.
S The city ha-, a population o about
3500, with a thickly settled country
adjacent. DcLaud proper is five
miles east oi the St. Johns River, on
the high, rolling pine laud tof the
great "Oranc Ridg'e of Florida.
The pre.ommuatin: products are
orai:.;e-, and 'rapefruit, the e;timniated
,-rop foini t:is v'icuity being over
3l0,, vk0 ,_x1 O:s til,;s Vear. Grapes,
pC.he-... pe'ai", Jai'aa pCrsimmonlli.
ptntu,. ,, [ cc<.ii->, ,uav. ,, -it ra,,berrie
.,ird1 :" .. ;\: :ts. .:,e )'o ., t Q:- plci tiV
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~v~..tt~Ate. A -.AI road leads to
D~.~eu Sp in~,hv4; whales, a historic
Sj-Ui, ,,Iou, ut water
unur'1% I r.-,an t 'i.; Artli everyi nIUUtC.
;-i' rcio t)J.~5it utoluobiles gowsuth
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UNIVERSITY
DuLAND, FLA.
FPor OoUes aMd a
Teaoh nlo 1 chaoeW
Equipment cOt.
tn nearly S,0.C6.
Endowment I)00.Ub
Faculty of S P'ro-
fessors and In-
struetors. Christian,
but non-Sectaran
T"aehing.
For Information,
uddr'ss:
Lincoln Hulley,
Pt. I... Lit. D) .,
1AT.. D.
P -,. '!.nt ]


BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
1;:,f:;t'tur'r. ot
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOLULDINOS
n', rlt, :
A-k .nt'>;
.'-,ury Points
PiirLtld Roting
\ hlt4 htll t'( ,nw t
K I'o Irtdo Plistcr
t4r'-<>rInt 'l:i Brick
Bw: .1 Siand Brick
t :I,.\N l>). F IA.


ALLEN'S
N >." \', }',.-'.o;?lc,'

DRUGGISTS
JEWELERS
-- I A \ -. F I.A.


A. H. OODALL
i

Leading
GROCER
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J. A.
ERICKSON
& co.
1-04I K'' X'-W Of
Pianos, Organs and
Sewiug Machines
.(titt, rf .J: l"<-x'0?l, '
l'Ki..ANi'. FIV \.


Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Shops
M&'1IT'I H<'I Propr i.ltor
i',I.ANI,). FIA.
.Maiu ct'ircturr of
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StearMs aud


MOTOR CARS


.bc tortCar oWpny
42 and 43 Beach Street
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Cut Rate Drug Store.

E-vergbmdy cAanl d reap th


hemefit


I persotaaly put up a


precriptioas so you are sure (
lawfld ad correct work by


GILLE'S DRUG STORE


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The Daytona

Auto Transit

Company....

Will have something
interesting to say.
0


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fiT' MI"T NIAKl


a SAVE f I EIZL


HM ATTORNEYS MOVE TO HAVE


INDICTMENTS
QUASHED -


AGAINST


HIM


IF OVERRULED


"EINZE MUST STAND TRIAL.
NEW YORK, Jax z L
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THE 4GALZzrKMEf~7
T. K. HAUR-AT ECity LAor. E-f
Entered at ~&rI~-
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mactL.:gr ..


PEERLESS ENGINE R1
A perfect and most economical fuel for Aut-M.
and Stationery Gasolioe Eungnli


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GULF REFINING COW


DAY TONA
AGINCY


S. B. Green, At


,Phone '%.


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will -
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week ago.


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SJas. S. Stanley, or NORMAN S. DAYTON

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.- PDESPLAND


SuOpi for* eason 19W-10.


SWArME


Owner,


and Manager.


F'WS OF THE HOTELS


L. Z. Metzer, of Indianapolis, Ind.,
is in the city, a guest at the Despland
14 A F re r ateru yN ii
U A ~r- a. 4L-r n *,r o r rl C'


mINM NW TALS

AND MANAGERS TO CONFER.

QUESTION OF WAGES AND HOURS
ON THIRTY.TWO LEADING RAIL-


ROADS TO BE SETTLED


SO tkFameousLoadmaRiTvr-Theslyhouse. Fn. Piers vre
:d : I,. towa. Dock. Rte 2 a *er D idvUp.
SFort Pierce Il F. L TTWa- Mag
Best Huimut aad r"'hi. t the Eat Cout. Gides mad Boats Fur
y y* rv v v v y v v v v v v v v v vw* v . .. .


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FLORIJA


FOR


6. opim mtad Servict W-iccllent Broad Piazzas on all
3 ff amute. Steam Heat Every Modern
S C.- m Lec Sead for Booklet

M .: AYL&TIITC HOSE, narragansett Piftr, RhoPl. Islana. I


E RIDGEWOOD

, D. L&NGWORTHY, Proprietor.


NOW OPEN


-t wif be managed


by white


Northern hel]


me of the finest hotels in the North, and while


mat the house.


The table will be supplies


k4E of the season, cooked and served by th
1 Waitresses obtainable.
r-- : Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y.



W PRINCE GEORGE


- Hlyard & Holroyd, Proprietors


DAYTONA. FLORIDA


' alarmed and Improved Since Last Season.
14 Bd beautiful Grounds---Located on River Front j

S- sM IN 1nt as THE BRISTOL. Asbury Prk N. J,
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i.. "iL 1ri -1x. ro1 <_'.J .nLIHJ|
H. Frazer. Waterbury, N.
guests at The Despland .

Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Gooc


THE COMING YEAR.


Y., are NEW YORKI Jan. 13-Plans for the
Approaching conference b-tween man-
.ers of thirty-tw-o large railroads


auiiIn, 0i


Boston, are guests of The Dt)spland
during thirr pray in th ciTy."

Messrs. II. F. and F. Anmbrcsp, pro-
prietors of the Logan House, Logan,
Ohio. are at the Prince George for an
indefinite stay .

The Prince George orc(tin'--tra, under
the leadership of Henry Tucker, ar-
rived today. Commencing .January
15th, he will giv- concerts twic4 daMily

Yesterday's Irr:.vals al t I- :..
\\o(,d incluud'-d the fll,, ;' 1,7( iii-


L, 'It pu'. Plt f-I

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alnd representatives of their Order of;
Railway Conductors and Brotherhood


cf Railway Trainmin to determine
ti n question of wages and hours for!
the corning ytfar will probably bte per-
fect-d in a day or two. i
Vice -President Murdock, of the'
'Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, is!
expected here today to meet otheri
uni,,, officials and arrange plans w-ith
railroad managers .
T-,- nf.-rence is to, K i h ld in
N,, w\ York -L-jinning Jrg ;. -ary ,,rh.


FEDERAL CORPORATION AND

CONSERVATIONBILLS COMING.


GE NE RAL


'.V C rS ER-


--\1 r,;KES A'.\CL' CE'ENT
--.-\T THEY W'LL ACCOPArNY


" E & --C E T,T'S N"E S SA C.E:'.


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PORT ORAN,1:


THE HAMILTON


100 by 800.


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New and First-Ctan,


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DAYTONA.


FLORIDA.


it room house


Electric Lights


E-a nt Rooms with or without


Electric Bells


., N.:
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Baths.


.,n IRS. L M. MABBETTE, Prop's and Mgrs.


THE


PINES


p u ~highest point on Ridgewood avenue.
& Acro-odates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up.


dd flights, furnace heat, private bath.


Ne


Large,
Tele-
:w and


MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.


NEW SEASIDE INN
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES


Modem, Homelike and Comfortable. Dircctl
KL Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day a::
HORACE F. STEWART


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"THE IVY LANE INN"
tGrad the rtv ,-r. ,,- i ,* :, i,.. .

Open No\'cifit r><-: lv '
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but


can be


bought for


ONE


WEEK


FOR


THE PALA
-f w and Popular
Overlooking the Beautinu
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C. 0. CHAMBERLIN


'IETTO
DAYTO'NA L1e1.
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Grocery


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ARMOUR'S


Star Hams and Bacon


Simon Pure Lard in Pails


Our Daily Market
Quotations.
Armour Star Ham ...... ...lb 20c
Ferris' Bacor .... ........ 55c
Armour'fls Simo Pure Lard in


Pails, 3 ibs. 65c.: 5 IbS.
10 lbs. $2.OC


The National Biscuit Com;


Cakes and Crackers


$1.00


Pride Oleo, ir rls; .......... 30C
N. Y. State Creamr Cheese .. 25c
Swiss Cheese ...... ........ 40c


New Potatoes


OUR


PET


BRAND


Evaporated Milk


HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,


BIGELAND.


FAMILY
lOc, 90c dozen
$3.50 case


nIWOKRS.


TALL
1Oc straight
$4.35 case


HOTEL
20c
$4.25 case


Tetley's


Teas


p. er peck. 40c


English Wairut, new .crop-lb. 20c
Brazfls, new crop- ...... lb...20c
A!moflds. new cr; -. ..25C


Mixed Nu .ts.


Florida Pecans,


. .. 20c


20C


She f~ed A Irr. r c,,, 60C


Seeded Raisi-s
Cu-ra-at .


* 3c r.,2 f W 2C


Pea--es.e'aza:
Lt~..:ef. Pe~ :: t-,e-


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TETLEY'S TEAS.--


EXCEL


ALL


OTHERS


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


ALL 10c A CAN OR BOTTLE


Scudder's


A HIGH CLASS

PRODUCT. .


ORANGE PEKOE
INDIA and CEYLON
FORMOSA OOLONG
MIXED


Puri-Tan-Ated Brand Coffee


WELCH'S


GRAPE


JUICE


From Choicest Concord Grapes.

In!Half Pints, Pints and Quarts.


It you're a l ver of Line Teas you ll
enjoy the delicate and refined ira-
grance of these delicious Teas


T ~~i.~SOSC A.S
F'L AV 0 R


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Contains only the finest grades of
Coffees purified by a process that
increases and retains its essential,
qualities.
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F A Person is Often Judged by His

0 0*t lJI J*I I i* I
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It should be up-to-date the same


as you would have your clothing up-to-date


THE


DAILY


NEWS


JOB


RINGING


DEPAR


Vp


MENT


Has just


received


over


one thousand pounds


This in itself is not so much but our


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artistss


Modern and Pretty


in their


faces


line and the


of Type


combinatic


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Pg up im the togowiug sizes


BAST
Sc, 6 for 25c


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r6A~tAA taiV NEWS


PR SUND DEAF MUTE, AND HER TEACHER.
HI rowywtvania has set aside a fund for the education of little
. deaf mute whose case promises to rival that of Helen
I w in the Mount Airy Institute For the Deaf and Dumb
I te ra*pidity with which she learns is a marvel to sclen-
fmks to count by the use of small wooden blocks, the blocks
Sa tw and the numerals they represented teiluI) pronounced
vite the child held her finger tips to the te:ticher's ips.


: --**


0is No Place
~ sNo Place


Like Daytona


- As a Resort in which to spend the winter

. a part of it. Daytona is known the

ur over as the Prettiest Resort in


vm-and the Beauty of the City

Architect of the Universe left It.


as


An Indian Congressman.


Charles D. Carter of Real American
Descent.


tOWT BELITTLE YOURSELF.
Few Chance Come to the Slf Depre-
oiatory Man.
-Henry." isai Uncle Hiram to his
hopeful young nephew. *1 would uot
advise anybody to go around contiuL-
ally blowing his own horn. We tire ot
men who do that. and we are apt to
think of them that that's all they can
do. blow.
"On the other hand. Henry. never
belittle yourself; never be self depre-
ciatory. Don't have a poor olpiion of
yourself, but If you do have such al
Opinion don't express It. The man who
blows his own horn may seldom be
taken at his own valuation. thit the
self 4epreciatory man almost Invaria-
bly In.
"So never run yourself do"un or
speak doubtfully of your own ability.
If the boss is thinking of advancing
you and be should say to you some
day. 'Henry. we are thinking of try-
ing you on this thing-do you think
you could handle this jobr you don't
Want to say, 'Well I haven't had much
experience yet In that way, and I real-
ly don't know whether I could do that
or not.'
"You don't want to say anything like
that, for If you do he'll be likely to
think it over some more and end up
by trying somebody else. taInking a
blower maybe who can't really do the
work half as well as you could, but
who's got self confidence enough to
say he can.
"You don't know what you can do
till you try. Somel men try ;m.d fail.
but an astonishing number ri.e to oc
caslons. developIrng str'entli-th or tbiliky
that others might never htive thouTnLt
them tn possess."-New York Sun.

SPOILED HER DAY.

Why the Woman Lookod Daggers at
the Car Conductor.
'"Oh, the brute." exclaimed a stylish-
ly dressed woman who was riding
dIVwn to n on a Tenth street car.
She plaiihly addressed the remark to
the conductor, who smiled dtireca.t-
Ingly, raised hls band to his ciap and
said, "Sure. I didn't think It was iny
uso in the world."
All th, way to Market street the Iar-
'rieeved wv(*:n far .Iw. W-e, the unlucky
!',n, u-t',r u and duvn t hu car with
h* r +y,,,, "l-ok:. *rs" :It I I 1,1
r !;, ";'.r i ,I..", h:il u .,,"\v^t'^ ,,' ,,. ,, --;<, *'*,! *,1t
Y. r -.v.
A 1'..- < ". :... i:!f.' t'lf ,';ir "-ih s:1'.V
A f t. ) r a L\'r AiSi's IXe
buckle. It \was suitr'Iy -,rintu! !n
i o!!.,;i, h l ;i l*i "'stI setl IhI it.
Sil- sat d<,,:j. with her eve on the
lu,-:'!e; r'sso, stooied and rocked It up
Sh;e had oiwntl her bag with the In-
tentioni of dropping tier find within.
but glanced up and saw that the other
passengers were watching her. Evi-
dently she thought it might be wiser
to ask the conductor If be knew the
owner. She held it, therefore, until the
conductor passed her. then handed It
to him. with the question, "Do you
know whether .ntyb,)dy has lost this?"
"I suppose some oue has. ma'am." he
answered. "Let me see it."
Then. after glancing at it a moment.
,"Aw, that's no good," said he and
j tossed the treasure (' into the street.
"Oh. the brute!" exclaimed the wo-
; man. And who can blame her?--l'hila-
delphia Times.

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