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110. SENATOR; THOMBS AMINT LIKE THEY USED TO BE!"
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A W d F rv Pby Hiavoc Wltb
tI Am end T. mof The
suim i AInfl law.
frt HL Pkm, G. Wal a mU i and
qi*r. P. Tew, iy Wfth Jbmo. Rober
S6llbs, pemt four days in t firle
d vamim of th uppr Tomaka with
as t imwrtory ruIlts to the puny.
ThIo ma i-a all a i d o.S i which
they tl fd ta b mM IkDr. Pier-
am rqepamt biatg tea dew hiMOlf
aii be h d ihe d icuik tobria down
the t M buck UkMie which dresed
-out 0 U. Thee were th ree der
kiod by the paty.
As Ier iMller ga it was found in
abdae. TThey go all the squirrels
and qell they caid for and could hare
i MLew do & utkhe "Ea- killed turkey but didt want them. .
V k- it rdbo f tM)Bi. The They weat by automobile up to Bar-
.... su&h aa the wood trUil and frot this point the
u-rn. .-6 Daiftly e, r re- sieareh for game ceoanaced Bob art
Sde u ita o bad a splendid pack of bounds which
wre on to the job and kept the denisemu T
60dw flB-wa of the lixth stret of the forest on the move. The party CARO
( '1 -Idub W ate Blade l esaw altogether fifteen deer which the
-- --m, of mnmibag that oc- dogs had in motion.
wma eQ -C aidl temb. wee ON
bdga tl iOrew.is I9M. Mr. Caugh Big Sheepsbead.
m"iada rw- et Tei dg oI F the
.4--1 *$m eo wnatehing the Harry Rough, John MUligan and R. J.
j-a M-- e -f-j cw eei aiout the by, returned yesterday rom a several THL OHLlF@
ft*m i m-aR omh a job. Among l days' busting and fishing trip in the vi.
W psea ia teOrnvwd was Euoene ; einity of Eldora. The party ste4d qt .
3 Lw a yang carpenter's a.ppre6tice. last Thursday in Mr. Malbyf'slaunich &.0 ta of Venezuela Have No
l--l i ~t with tho e arto "Teal." They had a very ptaLs out-, Further Use For The Seff-
lat attended with being, seurid all the ducks they eared fori
d and caught a quantitv of fish, amoa Exalted President.
-WiL. A'*lid h 1e'lwill go up there tbem being several unusually large;
d a mdea my head on tle pinnacle of shptshead, the largest of which mewas- ur I C ff Xm |V
ire Io, I t ey will let me' j urged twenty-four Inche in length. They U 1 I6L E4 1LIUME.
Theyl pve him thp laugh, and paMwd niade th home run in three hours andt et
ta mter by. Ahjrady,however,Grvee f,,-rty.-tive minute,-.
wmuasiig the ateet in the direction I'it.d
of ebuk, i.but no one took his word. Christmas Music at St. Mary's PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Dec. 22.
ail,. adn thL e pll ,ed the matter --The utter elimination of President
up. Q .rme-- '--rarred igaide of tle IProctessional Hymn--"Christians Castro from tthe political life of Venezu-
-t-4Uof the church. The spire was A wak........................... Waiuwright el is accepted as an accomplished fact
-eMed. with the exception of placing I('e )eutm (ci ..........................Gould by Venezuelans everywhere, according
the rd upholding thebweathenranle in yi............................... Mendelssohn to advices that reached here today from
maim and to the ,petLtors tbelow, as (;loria Til,..............................Gounod Caracoa. The ousting of the old nion-
It aL today, it appetr-d t, (-<,me to :3 iHymnn-"ilHark the, H! raid An- astery by Acting t'reident (;oinez, and
.p.t. W iater wenr still at work. gSlr Sing."........................ MendelLsolm the appointroent of a new cabinet
a&--ty Omreue was seen to ,emerge ffTertory-"lBeiold I Bring You known to be out of rnympathy with Cas-
Sh e window on the as' side G (,ood Tiding'."...... .................... H'ad trio's administration, is acce)te('d as the
d a aor the apex, the sanmS' S;tetu-. ......................... .......... Garrett culminating step in tie, overthrow of
iUfOt -l5 the people wer. watching Iionti--' Br.ad of the WVorld."...Hodges Castro, and will likely be followed by
a -a t ee 9l"k. Jack cantlit' (ut d
a ai hib perilotu aweeit. tlce'-iontIl-- while Sheph4erds All over Veriezuela feeling against thle
'Gure-j-*IedW the unslatfel fran.' Walked tli.ir F.oksp by Night"...Anion self-exalted Castro continues at fever
ork to b pImkaclktnd t tihe horror of Ser ic'e it 10:30 a. m. heat, and he wold I*-. in danger iof
n i j whait e said he sould; h- immediate assassination \'cre lie to re-
hl i h e bad, and made clounishl Bishop McQuaid Fatally III. turn now.
awtith h*ia eg1 H'e caimedon ( h r
S--UIt a juW t as easy and safte as
-- aoe'sfeet on the gniund. Rt''IIESTER, N. Y.. Dec. 22-.
r ~ a nepht.w o l the illh,,op) McQuaid of R cheste.r, who was
0 hl B. Geess and a phou n of attacked I I. t(i<(dm cef the lungs yester- '
At CIO &Thomlsn. lie married n oftdaytv, ir a critical l ,oidition today and
111-wi I 1Dewle a Baptist nin- pihysiciHns ,entertain fears that lie ni :l
kmi's dair. sil here'. ~W-t not lihv, through the day.
am,o gd is ow an orange grower in
lo a br to tlw blad, i Miss l;tlit Ziminierman, of ILn -
f aad pen ou. He ha. ,umit hn i(h a iimt e ,f F M owe a- HONTANA
dW ig ois h ead." rive, \im(1;iv to send the holidays .
Km. Muiiz end children,( of lIu'-
wined have biar-own on a visit to
b In bu, I.Wi. We Wehner.
itih Mlr I,'Noe and family, on Fua
\ iew a\etinue. Miss Zimimernian
niiMsi('al ilnstr liictor in the Sue Be
nott Memorial College, at Londo
The Vote As It Stood Thursday Evening
Kesident*f-.'-Virginia City Terror
-Donahey in Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Shake-up of Councilman'and Bank
Officials, Who Are Under Ar-
Will Not Compete For America's
Cup in 1909, Because of Dis-
rest Fcr Corrution. a alwmmnt.
A POLITICAL EARTHQUAKE. PLANS ORDERED TO BE BURNED.
j[ y 1'ni. tel I l'I '..j
PITTSBI'R(;, Pa., Dec. 22'. --A poit-
ical earthquake threatencl Allegheny
county today as the result of ai rest last
night of seven\ of Pittburg's imiost lnrcmi-
inent councilmen (charged \witih 'conspir-
acy, solicitation aaid bribery. Inivolved
in the conspiracy charge's are \. \'.
Ramsey, former pre.-idint, arid A. A.
Velsack, torrler cashii'r of t(ie ;*t'rillna
national bank, ,,ho are chartiged with
conspiring with accused councilmicn ii
the interest of the (4-rinian national.
Otficers of other bank-s will likely be ir-
volved for otTering brib, : to secure le-
posit.- of city nie.'. hlie accu'u.-,i nn ii
will be given a hearing tmoinorro\.
Il. -0 TAFT
Brother of The Nation's Coming JohnB B. uckar the DlMy NDew
Magistrate is Here With
IT HiMF A I-ITMPrF BFPF
Force, Invests In a Bomae
RIM MF I EFI MV
Al IMIVL A I-UImLU ILI LUWIUWL m111mdL vii mLURI NL I
Daytona and Seabreed have a rather It is a safe bet that wonders never will
distinguished guest these days in the cease. John B. Buckner. o of Otheold
person of Horace D. Taft, brother of guard of the print-shop gang, whboha
President-elect William H. Taft, who, I worn out more shoe soles tramping over
with his wife, are here from Watertown, the country sight seeing, and ieidentally
Conn., to spend the holidays, being early practicing the "art preservatlv." than
season guests at the Colonnades. there are razorbacks in Voluia county.
Mr. Taft and his wife will be here only has become inoculated with the fast
a few days, expecting to leave Christmas company germ, doffed his Stetson top
day in order to be in Boston in time to piece to his old comrades and is out on
attend a meeting thtre before lie returns I the boulevard, touching only the high
to Watertown to 'get back on the job," points and speeding like lubricated elec-
as Mr. Taft put it. lie is lihadmaster of tricitv through a country telephone sys-
tlV'Taft School at Watertown, one of tern.
the students there now being Charl'sl John Belshazzar Buckner will be with
Taft, youngest bon of the president I.ect. the Ornond Hotel printer this winter
Wm. H. Taft and his brother made and with his new purchase in commiao
the southern trip together, tlhe former sion he will hob-nob with Gotham's gay
going to Augusta, where heis at present. and debonair.
Horace D. will be unable to join hisj About the time the robins begin to
brother on the trip to Tampa because of 'nest again in the apple trees in old Ken-
his work in the east. tucky John BWlisbazzar says he will hike
Horace D. Taft looks very much iike northward. He proposes to make a lit-
his popular brother, but is taller. He tie on the side by swinging two big pla-
does not carry the avoirdulpoi the' rur- cards on either side of his honk-honker
toonists generally give to Wm. H. advertising Montgomery Ward and Sears
When interviewed by a News reporter Roe-bu< k (on the inside pe-ru-na will be
Mr. Taft said that he considered the advertised). If this little stunt is pulled
chances of his brother, Charles P. Trft, ofT in good shape lie thinks he may later
of the Cincinnati Times-Star. fur tht i ii ing clear around some meridian taking
United Sttes senate from Ohio, to, be iii byv turns (with pe-ru-na) Europe,
exceedingly good, although, as he said, Arop, Orop, Irop and Stirrup!
some sure things are mighty dcubtfu I. le will reduce expenses in the absence
Daytona may fell
cause of the fact that Mr. and MNrs. Taft I bvy uiing rollr composition for tires.
have come all the way from ')rictictit Ile (I'-parted jauntily and chipper.say-
just to spend a week in tliiQ city. Thl( vy, iig he might do such a thing as seek a
are enjoying therniselvi-s in I)aytra a id state of connubial bliss. It might be
vicinity, taking long drvt. s very :iy. I11 t0, remniind the gay old lark that old
It\' tiait ,.'l I'r'.s... Yesterday the itinecrac'y ir- ,li. l hit I'.,:!
Oranee and Xw Smi':t. Tli re',
;I.ASG;OW, Scotland, Dee 22.- Sir Orange and .w r ,,
ia re hi:charmed with this pli,,, t ,.at it-ri the
Thomas L.ipton today dec.larad ii. aban- d gushed brthr t. 1, .t
,loumllent of plans- for the challenge counted .pon tit an. rn1kA .
f.ir Aimerica'.s cu) in 1909, and D e- ., ...
wr, im t i i,.JI jtC.IY&8 *a a.
.signer lTife was ortdcred to burn the
Iplans he l hd drawn.
l.ipto() could not come to an agree-
ment with the New York Yacht club re-
garding certain conditions of the race.
l.ipton says lie is through with the chal-
leIcging lbusintvess winless the New York
S:i(-t t ci ,iiT nodifites its conditions.
I;. I. (; ray, of )Oshkosh,. Wis.. has
tel It,'k (rl N. lBeacli street. lie is
on hIis way to West P'alni lBeaehi to
s eldl the winter.
IS IN THE POPE
IA Protracted Service to Begin at
S Methodist Episcolpal Church
-- u'ulic Invited.
Evangelist J. B. tParris, of %\ilnmo. ,
i y., who has re'', i' !. i V idIcti-el \itiI
,uch eininent suc-. ss- r,-v1\ Itl -er\ ice- :it
)ayvtona Beach anid at St. Auguist i',
was in the city last niglt ,l,'a -i rv\icc-
\%ill begin at th lI. .. e lhur lhi.
Archbishop Ireland is Urged to
,,,- i stricken as The Result of .......
Evangelist Harris :t:,i the pst,ar ,f IProtect Catholics in Minnesota
Six Shocks. the church, Rev. I). Ruttc, \ere and Northwest.
about town this -orining n:,ettii, tlei
"SL Lk THE CITY SEVERELY. e h to titkt' A 1 f IR[LAND SPREADING CATHOLICISM.
,; s'rit u:l refreshing.
t I Bt'I 'lie T eniimenltly ,ati.-fa"t,4 ry res-uits f
S.a. 1 1 l_ 1 1- .. ., ... t. ..... .. .
I 'U le.1 i t 1l I*r ii -' il.
The visit of Prof.--or Il,,ux,.l I ift a-
probably the st'cUI'el of a. v sit a few rwin
ters ago by the lotht. r ,f t i- i'i-lil-
guished family 4f tbiy. ,I l).tNtrI:t
M rs. T aft spirit a i'l. > ri r i ..t.,- T r,,\
hlousk and rniarn r,., .ill t!. \t he ,f 1:.
anotherr whos, sons ;:tr rc I:\ ;')r, : i
nio nt in the piliti al %,i I!
Her visit \\as cut siart i 1i: '. ;.I
the appointment of hier r ,',. ti. 1' -
dent-elect, as ;,,v-, rIr-( r;, ;
Philipplues. he n l- i i v '
i h o m e to 'itcim a" tti ". .,r,! t t :.! ;
soti gOiodhlay-tefief I it" C i; ,' i
British Steamer \\Wrclkcd.
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[t ie Itriti I ( uttcai -te. 'il I ., i "
I ;dtlv .-t(n to l.i\,'r I ... ;' a.. i
dJay at P'oirt M ;/,u .r ,, La a ( > ,,a
o other rnemb:ars if t' e art w V\ rt t -t : a
on the rocks. .\ rteral b.' a:i,( 't.
I \'^v" -&'" -_. ',
tw:iIls ;andl widows art- not now search-
ill- f,,r -lich r.rinliants ',f the bargain
.,untirt .Trl e.iclets since the average
,i11 :i:tii t!(',.' avs keeps a parrot that
i* I-:-11- !ike : .IJ k T'ar, a monkey that
w ri>n -rikie t',Aid drink, and a cat
t! t stays out all r :iiht. ,nie can harJdlyv
-t'c \%hutt ii.te she i ,,ult rni ke,,f Juhn
BI.'li.si; ,' .r
DUTCH WANT HEIR
TO HOLLAND THRONE.
Official announcementt Before Par-
lianiment Puts All to Praying
For Holland's Heir.
a t~ aaaaa a hoe-fcre uariiartnutatt-
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Architect and Bluilder.
O(c2 00 Palmetto Arenue
CtaP iem our Spec
Ca ~ies, Pipes, d
Dollar pa idfor
But eo Subscriptions
give a larger number.
f t.A-One subsription, 500 rotes
Club of fi ve subecri options, 4,000 votes
rIdb of ten esbecript'ns 10,(X0 votes
There is Do limit to the number
of clubs each contestant may secure.
The subscription price of The
Weekly -Gaette-News is $1S.0 a
year, The Daily News is $1.50 for
the season by mail. .
H,. licitii, c vots y,' ntr'i fr rfri etm .
w Mh oItest o rif esn'h ditit lrltutln g vdltt i-r un-
,d.-slirtkoh- In" tlihe )rprorietors.
Remember! All vote sniUt" I''"' '
fs twt of iin SEVEN DAYS
frol 11nn dHtc' of IssUe.
a.~~~ --..- 0444m
s for ti
w a Sped
'i: Anderson &
P '-v p' a p-. Opp. Ma
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.Will buy an Elegant Home in
Tea reur cemp .tely furnished, all modern improvements.
Si -mm-dd by beautiful grounds and fronting :on the water.
TtIS PLACE IS A BARGAIN:
NO MATTER WHAT YOU THINK J
Of Bvying or Reniing inr ii "way of 'Real Estate
.U t6 tho
OWN ms. t- aw mtsrs" .
~I- l t ouX;lto hi* world.
-MI@ m0 d thm vehowrle wic t
smKt XteMrB Vmr and body are maid
e be mmd wbes built and It
L-o W- If It would go o forever.
Se wm bJllt, and It podroud yet
Astjy. riets bot ,i Msumpetded ou
a tlI r bae, -met aldlke tbo of the
Cmcmd siaMcoachmces of America
Its haleon b so perfect that a touch
otfa 0 r0 l- mo oo to set the body
sWlIlI M tOh bit reeking strap
wh bramc the carved and gilded tri-
s apptlt a the driver's meat and
hm clr roth. The leskth of the e-
hlb k os twet-ur feet and It Is
twelve ftt high
The elaborate carvings comt more
tha the cMriag proper, the coach
bldei" bMi having been less -than
$O000. whle tha of the carver was
m*re th no $1000. Something of the
clmter tf the orualeutatio mtay be
Igueid from the fact that the artist
CprlMa realceired $15 for painting
the paels and that the late maker'
char was about $4.000, the crimsou
satla Interior of the carriage being
mst elaborately upholstered.
The preparation of the royal equlpagg
for tate omekonw ms a real might Six
pairs of milk white bone from the
royal stud are always used. and all
war ra l oills VMSI -u 5,
powde and curlsM mounts his mat with
the aid of a ladder, but does not really
drvhe, postillons on the horses and state
: rooms who walk beside them being In
command of the team.--Phlladelphia
4, YOUNG COCOANUTS.
I The Trick f Opening Them as Prao-
ticed by the Tahitians.
"Husking a cocoanut Is one of the
simplest looking operations In the
world, but I have not seen the white
man who could do It effectively."
writes Beatrice GrImshaw In her book.
-In the Strange South Seas." Every
native of Tahiti Is apparently born
with the trlck.
A stk-k Is sharply pointed at both
ends. and one end is firmly set to the
ground. The nut Is then taken In the
hands and struck with a hitting and
tearing movement combined on the
point of the stick, so as to split the
thick Intensely tough covering of
dense coir fiber that protects the nut
The nut comes forth white as Ivory,
about the same shape and size as the
brown old nuts that go by ship to
England and America, but much
younger and more tender, for only the
smallest of the old nuts, which are not
wanted In the Islands for copra mak-
ing. are generally exported
A large knife Is used to crack the
top of the nut all around, like an egg-
shell, and the drink Is ready, a draft
of pure water, slightly sweet and Just
a little aerated, If the nut has been
plucked at the right stage.
There Is no pleasanter or more re-
freshing draft In the world, and It
ha% not the least likeness to the "milk"
contained in the cocoanuts of com-
mere. No native would drink from
old nuts for fear of Illness, as they
an considered both unpleasant andt
unwholeaome. Only the milk of half
grown nuts Is used for drinking, and
even these will sometimes hold a cau-
pie of pints of liquid.
The water of the young cocomnutt 0
food and drink in one. having much
nourishing matter held In solution. On
many a long day of hot and weary
travel I had cause to bless the re-
freshing and restoring po. ers of beav-
en's best gift to man in the tropics, the
ever filling cocoanut
settledd the Ownership.
There was a quaint old Judge who
used to live in the Pine Tree State,"
said a lawyer. "One of his decisions
gained him the title of the 'Maine Solo-
mon.' Two women came before this
magistrate with a fine. fat pullet each
declaring that it belonged to herself.
The magistrate from his high seat
frowned heavily at the first woman.
'Does this pullet belong to Mrs. Jones?
he asked her. 'No. indeed. It don't, sir.'
b ~-, 4b
rooms, situated at Silver Beach, near
automobile club house; bath. hot
and cold, hard and soft water; fur-
nished. Garage and servant's quar
ter's. Rental, $5(00 for season. In-
quire of T. E. Fitzgerald, or any
OruWs and SUver Clustetr ( r -.Fruit
frolu "4 tq-ei, r 4ro( v ," air. ill i \iv;it-.
e'r gnirtlI'I. tlherrforv Hnt,' flil rul t'% stlhill
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Thu Doctor's M'stake, Which Was
Corrected by the Married Man.
The family physicyrh Ian ii ffed uetllts-
tively lt Ittis clgatr for a few uinitites
before oroiti lag tio14 II to bsitsitws.t.
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IZABRCZ Z. FLORIDA.
Opens on January Ist, 1909
Cottages with Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Hot and Cold Water,
Telephone; High Grade Appointments, For Rent, with or
Now Open for Season 1go8-9.-
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.
V"- 0 NOHP -_i VH tEL PALM BEACH
IWe have a cmpleterde bpM wr wart d ta m Golf
leot PhiRe goE 01111 ALL Sold
*Mne< d wsttwe>,. Itsko-illatobrn-llyt and
I modertite reW #A letMUV to t~raWk-
A addess YMANAOS Palm =Beach.
SKODAKS, g*"'-- -s
2 Calendars, l
IAS CD IN EWSOF THE HOTELS
and 1 tnsy other suggestions 21 1
SChristmas ShOpder. The arrivals at The Ridpwood yes-
terday were Mr. and Mrs. William F.
: *Palmer, Boston; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C
SWentworth, Chicago; Fred C. Smith and
U wife. Chicago; Walter West, Trenon, N.
U ~ ti Ac J.;Claude Nolan, Jacksonville; E. E.
KOAK PLA fEe, Price, Grotn, Conn.
i North Beach Street, a
Two Does North of 3d Avenue. DeCpland Hotel.
N Ieat Dow to the C. E. Hazeltine and wife and Paul N.
S, Frbidlander,' f New York City, arrived
Prince eorge Hotel, at The Despland yesterday.
DJAYTONA. FLORIDA. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Dunn, of East
In.a M I m.--.-IIIOIO- Orange, N. J., accompanied by Mrs.
Curtis, of Nantucket, were on a delight-
ful trip yesterday to New Smyrna and
other points,' including Port Orange
SThe trip was made by automobile.
The past week has been an active one
at The Bennett. Numerous arrivals
have marked each day until now the ho-
tel is more than half filled. The even-
A children's festival will. be. held ings have been passed most pleasantly.
in the guild hall of St. Mary's Epis- music, bridge and picture puzzles (a new
copal church'next Monday, Holy In- diversion) absorbing the attention of the
nocent's Day, including a Christmas gentler sex, while old fashioned whist
tree, etc., commencing ; t 7:30 p. m engages the attention of the gentlemen
Automobile ti.. la R in the smoking rooms.
F. s Ulapp, M iran Iu Re- An enjoyable trip by automobile was
tu to F. Clpp, rgn house made to Hawk's park yesterday. H. S
IReward. 19.It Houston, accompanied by Mrs. Houston
A white man, who eve his name entertained as their guests Miss Oliva
as George Miller, was arrested lby Caskey and A. H. Lane.
the night watchman in the early Another pleasant trip yesterday was
hours of Monday, on Orange avenue, made to Ormond and the beach by Mn,..
for riding a bicycle without a light. J. S. Forster and Mrs. Miltmn Huber.
Failing to appear in the mayr*'r Others in the party were Miss F. M. Hall
court in the morning hus cash bond and Mrs E. D. Kiplinger.
was estreated. C. A. lHorn and R. A. Houston, the
fishermen, continue to bring in big
tAI TMOItII.lE F,,I Cl \m HI ----lFonf- P.tchlies and many delicious dishes have
cylinder Stevens-Durvea. hour or been prepared by the house chef. Miss
trip,call Morgan House, plhone 110. Oliva Caskey has had splendid luck with'
Vaudeville was introduced at the the rod and is one of Daytona's enthusi-
Crystal theatre in addition to the astic anglers. Miss Caskey is also one of
regular" bill of pictures and song the riding set of Daytona and will 1b
last evening. licille Savoy, in seen on the riding and bridle paths oft-n
sings and 'artistic poses, made her this season.
first appearance. The hit of her act Mrs. Emrna Odd of Philadelphia, Pa.,
was the posing. the pictures thrown nrclhed naytona Sunday night and is
on the screen being well received. s.,journing at The Bennett for the winter
She will change her songs every months. Mrs. Odell's aunt will join her
igeht. shortly at The Bennett.
+FiR lE:~T--Iarge house, 1-1 TELL HER SHE MUST."
E. D. LANGWORTHIY, Proprietor,
TIlE house is charminii ly s.ituait.l on Rlidgewfood Avenue, the high
est and mnost lIualtl iildi poiit in hle twn, of IDayto:a. It is
very tastcfailly ;aw,'l c', ifitaiilv fiitrnis hi, and is modern in
very respe t. 'i'Ie v._.tllcs t :n frein the lidgewood garden,
and native friuits, \\%iii r< I iu tMaln ilai.ce, are a feature 4f
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Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,
I)Ay't'( )NS ikq
Steam Heat in Every Room
SAME MANAGEMIEN.\.;T AS illl;IST()," ASBURY PAlK, N./J.
THE BENNETT I
i JI Tl'1 :DI1 M, I. r-t-,l,:: in t wtrv lparticular. Pri- b
N O W L :tc :i, : ,I ntir, \Vlit' r North-
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Cottagrs may eng llg c t:Lb:l,i, '. .
THE STILLMAN, I
e DAYTONA, FIORIIl)\. I). R. STII.I.M.\N, Proprietor.
* facing The Halifax. halt I l,, k trnm %to,rer andV PI titIoifi(r.
* .Modern Impr cr mtntt.. \\ hitc Hl1lp. Nf,rthcrn Lhef..
* Terms $2.(X) and upward. \\ eVkly Rates on application. *
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o Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat.
l Every Modern Convenience. Send for Booklet.
I umuwmer Addrcess: ATI,.\AN'I' lwl'SEK, NarrnigaKinmtt Pie-r, Rhode Island.
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