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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 15, 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: VID00403
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Pbli-hed y EvTeaniag Except Sunday Durinag Triwnbw Jannary, February and March at the Prettiest Winter Resort in Florida.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BY UNITEDff PRESS.


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DAYTONA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1910


15 Cents per Week


Goods for


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NEVILLE H. CLARK


NEVILLE H. CLARK|
OPTOMETRIST.

EYES TESTEDw FRAMES FITTED
EYES TESTED-FRAiMES FITTED


AmFIL

IN EFFECT


PASSEN-


TODAY.


"JAIl THE STRANLER.


POLICE HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO
FASTEN THE MURDER OF MISS


ANNA LLOYD ON ANY OF THE


IjWL, 1--Under a SUSPECTS.
eeathwestern Pas-
Bot into ef- CINCINNATI, Ohio, Jan. 1:. Two
t i weeks have elapsed since the horribly
&- must hereafter
foutranhorta- f mutilated body of Miss Anna Lloyd.
wt e f s of a young bookkeeper employed by a
w m I lumber firm, was found in a vacant
deprived of any
S'ried ofranysI lot in Fairmont, and so far the police
er reduced rates.
ee adopted by 'have been unable to fasten the crini'
So Ass bc ia on o any of the suspects tiken into t-us-
|np|. Aoc o tody. The failure to unravel th,. nixvs-


wtroads, after to-
Bto invitations from
f bids, will restrict
S'land grant reduc-
to the normal tariff
lg- ecoud limited, and
i the starting point

MIt further provides
~ M4-trip or one-%ay
daM limited fares
Ior recognized in
-pir ftr transportation
[ to inedts. Tariffs
l l & W ares are to be
it, emeed so as to
lS only where cash
Seof tickets. This is
* account of lon,^
Settlements NithIi th'
transportation l,;l.-
Ili been rendered, l, ,i!L
Sllrous reasons iii.iL(I:.L
$oms the puitll:( hi.- I,
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terry has strengthtnt-d the stsli'iufl
that Miss Lloyd fell a \i.ctim to
"Jack the Strangler." th ty.rt iu<
murderer who hlias kept the city of
Dayton in terror for the pat ,.-.! di(it'
The fact that -.i',,c ti,.- l;]--t of thr
series of crimes in iaytoili \. iS (cit -
niitted three ye unii \('onIlinL (,i ('in ii,-
niti, including M\is. ll iid. li''v- l ,- .
strangled to (le.toh, l-;ils i" i i tLi-
lieve that tt e, 1 .; t i f ii I: i-d t: -.:;'*r-
red the sct.nl h !s
('ity
while t oipAri ti, infamous
\\ ,itechtp-l niurdt.;.- of t\\ iity years
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WORST STORM IN YEARS


I RAGING IN NORTHERN


MURDERER H. L. OWENS


SWUNG TO ETERNITY.


HE FORC3!vcES ALL H*:S ENE "#'ES
AND M1ACE A SPEEC-'-H CN ThE
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COMPANY ALSO


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41111 Ovok Coal and Ir,,t
*a left to act on an of-
IWNI P"Uty, already accept -
llft 6=6 of directors, from the
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ABOUT CLRBINM Of JUDGES.

REFORMS IN FRENCH CR';MiA,


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


T. E. Fitzgerald E. F. Ontes
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Rpeclial Facilities for Exan!;inrln
and Perfecting Land Titles
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 1N


IM ie TO FYSITERI S


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
Dis'o..ition to Tre-nt You Rihzt.
I-t Us Bt- Your Jt-w-;t rs.
L. H. ROWE & CO.


DR. C. DeW. AKE

~Dentist
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Office, South Beach Street. Oppo-
site City HalL


LISTEN


Don't say your Gasoline 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


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BU O SKfI A ft git-111 fifteen I
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A" sot add ko Daytoma by
*a Ai- me read wiadiag throun
-- st the modt picturesque parts of

Wh its macient ruins dating back
Is a time when the history of man
C-meth not, interlaceid with wires of
a modern telegraph and tOelephop.s I
U mies, of shell streets as hard and
smooth as a Boor and over-arched by
hry forest giants that grew in state-
ly grandeur during the lapse of by-!
gonte tunes, New Smyrna is truly
a place of :omance and rest.
All nature here is very inviting to
the tourist and pleasure-seeker. Here
toois to be found the best fishing and
hunting in the State of Florida.
The people are thrifty, the busi-
ness men enterprising, and all unite
in extending the welcome hand of
hospitality to strangers. There arce
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 oi01 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 had accomo-
ations to meet your requirements.
Adjoining New Smyrna is as fhue a
section of vegetable land as can be
found anywhere. This land ha,;
been divided iut., small arms 'hi.-li0
can be bought at reasonable pFI Cc!
Some of tIAe nIcst cetliry grc'^ ..:
the State is raiscd on this, laid -' 2
other vegetablett r-ow in abu:ld.,i. .
and here, toou. 1- ic ie.o .,: '" ". ...,


ous Indian iP'.,-r oCi.aL4.
New Sm'yr-a Las i. t-.) LIc. i .
debtedncss ;. ,: :he t.,, i,<. ,
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to visit I, tlhe. "i .,:s 4.4 1;r- 4,..i :-.
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alone abcu4 u -.I t..L d a ,;":,.r ,..i.
iouthwcst c- '.x Sm nua A .
road leads to thLI place ad the !irq
can be easily made by an autoniobiic
Silent, in the great pine flats by their
Martin of the forest, is this place oi
pilgrimage for the pic.u-, tins r.a-
dezvous for the picnicker. The ruins
n extensive, and whale there is uLo
authentic history of their origin, it
is pmresumed that the Mission was
built by the Franciscans in the days
when the once powerful Kingdom of
Spaia nirst planted its flag upon what
is aow Ame'ican soil.. It was built
of Coquiua, the roof being of thc
Mme material cut into thin slabs
Md covered with cement plaster
Extensive gardens surrounded it
which were enclosed by a stone
wall, portions of which still reiina
Visitors usually con.c in parttit.:
Wry and curious but the spell cl
the place &oon tails upou thcri a .d
they separate to s'it alae, silent a..!
meditative under' ca th..-j ,r r it
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PROPRIERI

Rates:
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Special per
Week
Exclt,-nt Hunting
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FIAJAIMA
A Hou>.e Strictly
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Rztes: $2.06 per
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ORMOND is five miles north of;
Daytona, lmeted 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 i ve;- c.. copian.
1:'' a'i cxcci' cflt or ..Icd sch.o }, s.'v-
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I VOLUSIA

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Capital $100,000

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DELAND, the county seat of
------- Volusia County,
is situated 23 miles southwest of
Daytona and is reached from the lat-':
ter city by an excellent hard-surface
road recently constructed.
At DeLand is located the John ti
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."
SStetson University has a faculty oi
'50 professors and instructors. There
Sare ever $400,000 in buildings and
C -ulpnicIa, ucari; U3aC.,01.) endow-
n:cnt; a Carujc<:e Libra:ry alc., tCop-
re'scnttL1..^ an iuves'nc'_r. bm a' ld:,;u
eudc.' ,":c:t ,iul hook.,, Ut 'Or. .M t'L4i !
120,.000. 1'!c li1 .r;rv is tI L' ltcd
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.,t $,60,000. El.Zale'. Hall i, c. o:
the ,:'>.t bcau u t i c.IQ- b uldi >
ia t c South.
The Ltv ha, a poPu.latl.,on o about
3,500, ,vitha thickly settled country
adjacent. DeLand proper is hve
miles ea-,t o0 the St. Johns River, on
t, the hih, rulliu pi c laud ot tlhe
rea.tt 'Oranu.e Rid of Florida.
The prcdoniiuatiun products arc
oraune. and grapefruit. the estimated
crop iron' t-is v:.atC.tv btciu Over
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PORT ORANGE is a pretty little!,
village situated five miles south of'
Daytona on the Daytona-New Smyrna
hard-surface road, the scenic highway
of the East Co.,t. The town is Io-,
cated on the Halifax River, over
which spans a bridge from the townu
to the penCi'1UiAL opposite.
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Tetrip iro'u D~a tcnLa t Da.and
made b-,; it.'L ..viq iu a little

;,Icv drive3 In tthecic:iulty of'I c
0 LiLif Y sitc. A -oo1 toad leads tD
DCL4..LI ''h t~t..mi~~,a historic
4 fi-tliciet;t0,000 aiallui of wAter
fIuhhlz ti-oln f",%;e..rtfl every minute.
DLJt~.)caut autoniobile-s -o south
tj O-teen i nB 1c.. iishell aud
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STETSON

UNIVERSITY
DZLAND, FLA.
FOw College &aW
ToehnkisllRehool&
Equipment cost-
tnr nearly lOiN,
Endowment WD0,1Ml
Faculty of 4 Pro.
f'ssors and In-
structors. 4 brlstlan,
but no n-f4ctarlixa
T-,m'hing.
For Information,
ad Ir ,-is:
L'ncola HMuiley,
in. '., L'.t. D.,


BOND
LUMBER
COMPANY
M ,ii'.: :ctur-rs of
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
.M:i- iiry "-< lPlnt
Ptr<,id Rooting
W hit,. lall ('enent
K! 1 ',,".,do Pin.st*,r
(I }.* d," i~ "yBrick
1',,- % J a.'d Brick
\'Nl N FLA.


ALLEEN'S



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GROCER
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J. A.
ERICKSON
& Co.
1. -,* ," -' > ,'*;.X o i
Pi4uvi, Orgaui and
Sewiug Machines
" l.,' TI :t <-I: '14 r) V l'i
I K. : \MI, FT \.


Florida Wagon
Works and
Machine Shops
A 'ITT ItI' IIV4; KINV
P'r. 4prr.tor
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SILAS
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VrOA ,-Saw


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&ye, IStemns and

Cadillac


OTOR CARS I


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tic Motor Car Company
42 aud 43 Beach Street


ILLE'S


Rate Df ib Store.


E eym clad reap the
~home Ipe W ly up an
Sso ym ae sue of
IawMid cornet work by a


I codP rd uin..


! GILLE'S DRUGSTORE.


IN TMS SPACLO.


The Daytona

Auto Transit

Company....


Will have something
interestfif to say.


A Swel PoM

BCreanI
Cream K


Does not settle. L
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VMV WOULD POPULATE A CITY
ZM OF SAN FRANCISCO AND
WITH THEIR FAMILIES WOI'LD


MAKE PHILADELPHIA


LOOK


SWI' LL


WASHINGTON Jam. 15-U'cle Sa=
pmft army of employes ,.cJt >,cpu-


NM* Sm~all. .Xcccru::-r ..
jKcomplAle, 'f
wer~m A s a t ; t: >.L

tU two years c-f a~ t-.
or abouttw.r: .-. ..-
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IaWashingtc ni .: ..n.-
Otanual pay-rcdl .
22.an arerag' .: >ary-

by tL.L-add-.trc,- n-1at,-...
to the #rra -
Su~reau, ad,'aL z
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ploy e '.
pensa-.,-
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the I a d .a
pan -r. z n a2~'
Uve off n d-:r.! t 1.- ... -
thrft em-plcyLS.


FIHT IN PROSPECT OVER


JOHNSN-JEFFRIES FIGHT.


SAN FRANC!SCO DEMANDS LOCAL


MANAGER R!CKAR::


TIE PAIYTHA DlY NMIS
Pubai&h'wd evr.v-ry Tn .eimptA un-
day. frr-tm L.-cember 1 to A,,FrI 1. by
TH E GAZE lK.IEW X.
T'.. & VT14AflL--. Ed1&g-Ma~nag-r.
CT. S. HARRIS. City Editor.
G(q. IF. CLOrCCK. fp.eriteridezt.
Ent~et &A orcnd-ela"i M2At t.I--
C'be.~r 1. :if. at Vie po~ m.-!21?e a
1)aytOUa. FR~rid* undcr t.1- kct cA





Heart tofleart

Talks.
BY EDWLN A. N-YE.


BPA I -. -;3 VS.7S -S B RLT A L I T Y


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Ii MEN MT DUEL;


SmIlVO 6ETS HUNk.


QUARRELLED ALL MORNING AND
THEN DECIDED TO SETTLE
DIFFICULTY WITH PISTOLS.
NEW YORK, J, J '--- :.': -
fcg :w a d-el to -_a':nu z c :
Sa b: B7cadw; z:<-, -jr.


FINER SECRETARY OF STATE I


mFl SECRETARY OF STATE

B[LIEP[ AT DEATH'S MO.


RICHARD OLNEY SAID TO BE IN
A SERIOUS CONDITION AT A
BOSTON HOSPITAL.
=.OSTON, Jan. :.-Rihard Olne','

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PEERLESS ENGINE I

A perfect and most economical fuel for At
and Stationery Gasoline Eacium
For sale at all priucipaj pvwa&

GULF REFINING COMi


DAYTONA
AGENCY


S. B. 6reen, Ai
Phone -No. 70 or 26o.


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TI & DAYTOINA DAILY NEWS


i ESPLAND


P~ D~smmFlorida


NEWS


OF THE HOTELS


VII


:ov Open for Season 1909-10.

"L WAiTE, Owner, and Manager.


Caftti ad Service Excellent Broad Piazzas on all
mi EKaumite. Steam Heat Every Modern
Cmw-,ir'( Senad for Booklet


AIJASTIC EOMMZ Narragansett Pier, Rhode Islana.


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SRIDGEWOC
SLANGWORTHY, Proprietor.


NOW OPEN


of Wi be managed by white Nort]
A n ofd finest hotels in the North,
Sthe house. The table will b
n of the season, cooked and senrv
m Waitresses obtainable.
M MP -opietor FSpct House, Shelter Islan


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hern help,
and white
e supplied
red by the

id, N. Y.


E PRINCE GEORGE


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Friday morning's arrivals at the Des-
pland were, Louis D. Anderson, Read-
ing, Pa., R. H. Williams and wife and
Miss Florence Williams, of Atlanta.
Mrs. Daniel Lees, of Philadelphia,
who is spending the winter at The
Ridgewood, returned yesterday from
a couple of weeks touring.Cuba.
Yesterday's arrivals at the Ridge-
uood included H. E. Neal .of Terre
Haute, Ind., and W. W. Chaswell and
H. H .Kite, of Washington, D. C., who
-re here for an indefinite stay.
The following recent arrivals are
roted at the Stillman :S. P. Hart and
,ife. Elyria, 0., F. C. Woods, Avon,
Ill., Mrs. J. C. Kier, Lincoln, Neb.,
Scott Moore and Chas. M. Gleason,
Youngstown, Ohio.
Through the courtesy of the manage
ment of the Prince George Hotel, the!
Princo.- George orchestra, formerly ofi
the Clar'oidon Hotel, will give a se-;
ries of (concpnlrts during the s ziaso,,n t
Io 'i s 1is I),splaini. Il(I..-\_v d. :.dn th'o
^-~ ~ N COME' ::!

CCME SEVEN. COME ELEVEN,
HAD LANDED SIXTY FISH.


Massachusetts' Governor.

Eben 8. Draper, Recently Re-elected
to Gubernatorial Chair.


Eben Suiraer Draper, re-elected gov-
ernor of M!,ssa(jhus.etts In the recent
election, his extensive o tt,,in manu-
facturirin linttre?-ts. I{e, was born in
H '-lwpi ale. M, ss.. in t ,.,S a!.d Is a
grt:du.,te ,.' i i!le \I K: L.'.u ,tts Ilisti-
t te .f T :. .. .M r. I-r:>,r 'his

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Om FamewFin b laim Rivm --The e* y em me L noean a.v aleek tThe 3m.
d owebmg- it Deck. Raues 2.5 Per Day and Up.
Fort Pierce Hotel Tyler, PIERCE. FLORIDA
Best H utiag aad risn!ii on the East Coat. G(ii es F Boats FRTshed.

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Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors
DAYTONA, FLORIDA


'" EMalted and Improved Since Last Season.
deautifulGrounds---Located on River Front
Concert Twice Daily
, I Meent as THE BRISTOL. As,,Iury Park. N. J

"- M Comstitution leaves Prince Gcorge dock for
hactkh every Tuesday morning at 8:00 o'clock.


THE HAMILTON


New anti First-Clasz,


DAYTONA. FLORIDA.

ri Electric Lights Electric Bells
Degant Rooms with or without Baths.

flMRS. L M. MABBETTE, Prop's and Mgrs.
- -
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THE


PINES---------
PINES i


sk highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
Mm Accomodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
Of lights, furnace heat, private bath. New and
a nts. MRS. J. B. HINSKY. Proprietress.


' Pr, wv wW w -vwv-v
*-e. W SEASIDE INN
t AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
-- h Modemr, Homelike and Comnfcrtalc. DI)rqctlv on
P uitbtt..B Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 'cr I)Dav aii iup
HORACE F. STEWART
B, V A BACH, I .RIDA


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EPISCOPAL CHURCH SERVICE
ST.\ry.,I'yo --Il '2>


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PROPOSED TO STAKE THE


HILLSBORO RIVER CHANNEL
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TH-ONIAS J. SMITH DIES
SUDDENLY AT PORT OR-A.Ni'


Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt.

Wife of Ex-President Will Remain
Here Only Short Time.


M rs. Thtv,,,hre l ,,s,.'vt.:'s -t:ly 1';
this country after her returns fr'>i hr
Europt iu trip within Miss 1:thel will! .
short, as th,, \\il, rturii:rL l, tli tl' r
side s,..H. They \i: i % r.'IIil!y r-:;.;;::
In Euiroeiu urtil the rct limrt .f C' !i el
Iluo sev tlt fro mt~ ,i..s ,Tr:. t,3 t e 'tit lit:.,.l
and \willl thtii a,',,'f ..':y a,:I : -


Rear Admiral William P. Potter.

One of Secretary Myer's Rec:-.,'v
Selected Aids.


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THE PALM]
KZO and Popular.
Overlooking the Beautiful IL
Mdf Comfortable House.


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DAYTONA. FLIO'rIDA.

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Specialties


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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' Bacon ............55c
ArmoWr's Simon Pure Lard in
S PaHa, 3 t. 6e5c.; 5 lbs. $1.0
10 lbs. $2A0
Pride Oeo, in rols ......... 30C
N. Y. State Croam Cheese .... 25C
Swi Ch .. .. .. c


The National Biscuit Cc


Cakes and Crackers


EXCEL


ALL


OTHER


! Nw Potatoes


.... per peck, 40c


SEnglish Wal-uta, new crop--..20c
SBrazils, new cro.p- ...... lb.. .20C
SA'mond", new c.-cp- .. lb..25c
Mixed Nuts ................ 20c
F Florida Pecars .. ...... .. 20c
Shteied Almonds. ........ 60C
Seeded Raiv-s .43c lb., 2 for 2Sc
Cur-a-ts .. .. 3c b., 2 for 25c
Apri:ots. eva;o-ated .... .... I. Sc
Peaches, evaps-ated ......
Pea-s, ea; -a:e- 20C


C-a'-es. per czze-,


S 5c


Uusurpassed in Pury


Contains Ne


Orange City Mineral S
$3.00 per case of 12 bottles
60 cents allowed for empty
botttes and case when returned


All data proves this water to be quite free from Orianic in
haithfkl, palatable driukia water and one admirably ad"M
domestic and general purposes. : .-


DRINK
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Tetley's


Teas


Ltt-.*'ice a -s. eet-.iS! /. ics.


Co A 1A E Vj P.

TETLEPYS TEAS no


Scudder's


Maple


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.
InlHalf Pints, Pints and Quarts.


If you re a lover of tine Teas you'll
enjoy the delicate and refined Era-
rance oc these delicious Teas.


FUT ~IN PACKAGES SO AS
.,-'E 1A.1.6 THiEN? FLAVOR


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


Q~ar~r P:~d Packages


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Judged by His

I,, ,oll ---


A Person is Of


D.,, 11 ,IP P I


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


THE


DAILY


NEWS


JOB


PRINTING


DEPAR


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ME


Has just received over one thousand pounds o


the most Modern and Pretty faces of Type


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of Modern


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First-class


WorhmianshATpan~


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I~'due


OUR


PET


BRAND


Evaporated Milk


HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.,
EDWAID. ILUnOIS.


BABT
5c, 6 for 25c


FAMILY
10c, 90c dozen
S3.50 case


TALL
1Oc straight
S4.35 case


HOTL
20c
$4.25 case


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IUNlAL FRANCIS SATOLLI.
6W known in this country as the first apostolic dele.
&9W United States. Hle was born in Perugia, Italy.
lIn the most eminent school of ecclesiastics In that
Ift-god wonderful powers of oratory and later in life
al MB tioa gr. Satolll was elevated to the college of
b s vilsits to this country he made many friends, and
esbs told of his Illness first ie received hundreds of
i from admirers In the Uuitet States.


is No Place
is No Place


ike Daytona


Rlsort in which to spend the winter

rm of it. Daytona is known the
mwr as the Prettiest Resort in


as


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AMERICAN CRACKERS.


Pilot Bread the First Variety Made !n
the United States.
The first cracker produced iu ti-
United States, so tar as Kinown, %;i-
pilot or sh'p bread, a large. rouLid.
clumsy, crisp affair, which supl;plied
the demand of the merchant marine
for an article of food that would, ui
like ordinary bread, keep for a pro-
longed period.
Later another variety was origi-
nated, the cold water cracker, which
differed from the first chiefly in its
smaller size, more compact texture
and greater hardness. For a long time
these two were the only goods known
to the trade.
They were both made ot unleavened
dough mixed and kneaded by hand.
and the cnickcrs were rolled out and
shaped separately before heinc) place.
one at a tine, on a long handled street
iron i shjovl (or peel :t:;(l Iranslerred i,
crIer to iiie :I ..or ot tlie ov;il s.:ieild
tiWe ov%() then il u e. It wa? not until
so(MeI' Ii;e i ia er l;at r i ri' l tI" fter-
miented (<, N'!: V'; i!sus'(d in tOle 1ni IIt1
f;':ul',ire to c'rnf.Lers, :iLl it is (,iy
wit:i.n the past tliree-quiiartetrs of
(centiry that any great variety t :.s
been l' )dued.-BuLkers' WeeLkly

Dogs and Somersaults.
Aq there is more than one way of
cooking a goose, so there Is more thau
one method of teaching a dog to throw
somersaults. But the mat practical
and thorough manner is to fasten a
cord around the body of the animal
close to the ftue legs. saod two peopL
should bold tIhe eos of th erwE on
either aide of the uaftwtuaMe dl A
third parry, armed with a asit tce,
takes a position lim la-- lty I$ tresh
of the canine acrobat an4 wth a meas-
ured and masterly stroe flO the
floor at close quarts to the dig's nose.
At feab stroke (f the rope the dog
spriLugs backward, and that movement
is the trainer' golden opportunity. As
the dog t-pringa backward the roVe
pan.rign under its body is jerked up-
ward. and. although the first few at-
teui"tK nrAy lrove futile, the sotu0er-
,ai;!t, is n,1!i).c<' in o',ur6e of ti iCe. At:


der )f*~ t,


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UnOf umb WkhibW iwdm6
and G 4 aof atli.


Nemm ahem That I MIade .o
ants'tttak.
!-Mta tU teU ad of rian
Seanlad womVt." which Is made
d oas" mil. It Ui brown In color
nd 4zred Im the shape at briek
4ss p tp strver paper. The Ialttated
airee b t to tha Iai ud make it
Mto a saadwteh with blaik bread and
btter. Thi ebeee Is really made
fbem the whey after proper cheese has
bee manufacred. All the water it
tMe boiled out. and the remainder Is
wmpreansd Into these brown bricks.
which taMte sweet and gritty.
Lovre of thi cbeese would take some
time to acquire. The opportuulty is
not lacking, for it appears at every
meal, from breakfast onward. There
are several native cbeese.. Another
terrible one, "-pultost" is made with
caraway seeds and always sells as
If it bad gone bad. Myaost ntas no
mel, fortunately, only a terrible as-
poet and taste.
Dr. Julius Nicholyson sent a few
Norwegian delicacies to a friend in
Germany. and. among others, be put
In a piece of the native my ,ut. His
trlIed wrote and thanked him for the
salmon, etc, and then continued. "Tbhe
soap Is very nice, but we find great
difficulty In making the lather." This
was the chbpse!-London Saturday RP-
view.


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Drink Lily Water


A Pure Drinking


Water.


Highly


recommended by

Physicians for

Kidney Ailments.


Full stock Electric Irons, Coffee Percolators,


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 business. But we also,
can assure you that in return for your business, this bank not only offers a service
which we believe almost perfect, but unquestioned security for every dollar entrust-
ed to our care.
In cold, unassuming fig,aures, here is our guarantee to every depositor regard-
less of the amount he may have in this bank.


Capital .. ..
Surplus and Profits
Stockholde, Lz"i'ity


S100,000.00
50,000.00
100,000.00


T O'. 1 S 23101 0. 0


S250.CCC.


W. a. Oartw W presulaeiL the.
Brothiertod of Lcowotft* Le
on* of the oouixtrym u~Ygwt iubccr-
gnizlvittlna. [II. bum.UieLIn fI~wia. IU,



"Coming Man" of Me~co.


Special Envoy Creel, Who May
ceed President Diaz.


Suo-


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Merchants Bank


13 r:!-ch of Vc,'usia C-conty Bauk,


A. D. McBRIDE, President
J. B. COIRAD, Vkce-Presidaut
F. N. CONRAD. Cashier


Daytona, Florida


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Ogden Reid is the only son of White-
law Reid. United States ambassador
to Great Britain. Mrs Whitelnw Reid
Is a daughter of 1). 0 Mills. the New
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W. S. Carter.

President of Big Railroad Men's
Brotherhood.


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She best Tames ever offered at the price


$3.50 amd up


THE PECK-HENDRICKS CO.


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Be wi dive you a fair deal
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3 BARNES
3Will also frame _your Picture-, ffz
*your lamps andE mbrelle&. shre
* i-ur Saws and other Tools amod rgi
almostt anything that Is out of ubhck
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BARNES
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SAhts from $1.00 up, Cod Sii|
NEW LACES-NEW r11
SmbHr Perfect form ind Crwstd
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LOW TIDES ON T HE BEACH
4:22 today; 5:13 tomorrow.


SC. M31. Milburn was a Daytona
Ator from Port Orange, yesterday.


CRYSTAL

THEATRE

MOTION PICTURES

PROGRAM


The Stole. Wireless
War Stry
Amateur William Tell
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Making Honey
EXTRA-Base Ball, chain.
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burt and Detroit

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FOUR PICKETS

Seats on Sale at Hankins'
Drug Store.

Dance every Monday evening


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THE WEATHER.
For Eastern Florida: Fair tonight"
and Sunday; frost in north portion
and cooler in central portion tonight;
moderate north wind.

J. E. Rush is in the city today.
Attorney Bert Fish was in the city
from DeLand yesterday.
GCi-s.:._ O.it sale of a1l w._:,.- L.aLS
e: the "Bee :,'.. $,. a i d ..
for SC -. .- _:


*Fresh stock of COLUMBIA BAT-
TERIES at R. S. MALEYS. 15-2tI
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Mr. and Mrs. Clark, of Springfield,
Mass., have taken rooms on Magro-,
la avenue for the season.
B. J. Pacetti was elected an honor-,
ary member of the Halifax Rirer
Yacht Club at the meeting Wedne-ad?

C. R .M. ShEppard expect: :. sp#Lnd
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Tailoring, please call


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CANDiDATE FOR L. S. SENATOR
SAYS HE'S G'"VEN AWAY TWEN-
TY THOUSAND PAMPHLETS.

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