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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: December 25, 1908
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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: VID00263
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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bimlSTMAS DAY AROUND THE WORLD
-J RCOLjEO iti BY NATIVES OF DIFFERENT COUNTRIES, WHO NOW RFSnlW IN DAYTONA.
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SoGERMANY. SWEDEN NORWAY
I (BY KNYBTSCRHMIDT.) (BY N. KIUCKSON.) (BtY JACOB XSPDAHL.)
El 4W of Ia Germany on Christmas day In Sweden the Yuietide festivities be- Exehangee of callsand good wlshee is
l -. ._i -~-rb 0 especially of the Catholic de- gin atsundown of Christmas eve. In the custom of Norway. Hospitality is
a b i uwo.are deiForated and young every house, high orlow, huge handle warmly extended toall comers, who are
40l Ip -- M-W d old go from church to church and are lighted and .4 their .. glams to served refreshments from a bountifully
Oft "as i nI admire the artistic work done by the meet belated wayfarer all through the! served table. The kind-hearted Nor-
2J ISat sf r ew img-4 prtesta and their parishioners. aight. weigano remember to give the birds
beS lS i ll dbl. AS at"er There are trees and toys for the chil- Christmas eve supper is the triumph cause for a Merry Chiistmas by hanging
SA -d, tdy is dream. but all this must wait until after, of weeks of work in thk kitchen. Pickled to the ridgepole a sheaf of corn or wheat
L- the eburebes have been visited, pig feet. ludefisk, home-made sausages for their Christmas dinner. The joyful
'a m,1 w the hief n The custom of giving presents of toys and boiled rice are among the dishes, the capoling of the graceful songsters glad-
AV _Rai of8f Si. PIN Im in OIsmany is greater than in the omission of which would be fatal to the dens Christmas Day.
Sil I syWade United States, because the majority of success of the supper, however pveten-! In Norway there is no Santa Claus.
Ia In-_. i eatum s, the- things are made there. tious or humble the home I Jules Niasen or Brownie, as he is called
S t. fhr It ik mI that They have a Santa Cla.ls called Saint The meal out of the way, the gift s comes about the same as Santa Claus
i ,l to asks a iote Nicholas or Kris Kringle. brought by Santa Clau are distribute does in the United States. An old cus-
fMrtewi ml ote me the Id fe The festivities in the churches consist brought by anta Cla r ditibu tom was, on Xmas Eve, to put a plate
L-. mpea s to feral mase at different hours. But however late they retire all are up i of porridge in the attic for Nissen, so
S Q -m. a rrr Te mses start five o'clock and long before daybreak, for the churches that everything would turn out all right
a 4bTh hoWm bnl i- Tbe masses start at five o'clock and ...... during Xmas.
I -he -4 h. are aglow winh light by Iouro'clock, andu
W1*I the bild have been continue until noon. They are attended. r ow .... I Xm s Eve is the family feast. Grand-
S1t they mt -ferChr.n- .. by Catholic and non-Catholic alike. thel earlyy Christmas service of song pa at the head of the table in his big
Ire ..W._aeand Is g WhereChristms.prayer and preaching, although it lasts i arm chair, and the rest of the family
it w mmd e Where tCristmas fall on Friday, as two hours, s over before breakfast, at around the table listening to grandpa's
Sdoes this year, the Germans have a fes- stories. At 6 o'clock p. m. business has
m 0f .eput-vfg be dlibetb aeppi, tival listing three days. The Germans a hour t a ury-ovg American ceased, all stores are closed, so as to en.
1 a ... l- ior thing do not have turkey for dinner as tney family would consider outrageously able every one to spend Xmas Eve at
erep them only for facy bird. Their early to get up on a holiday, home WVhen the meal is over, which
~.keepthemoinlyfofancybird. eir-consists chiefly of rice porridge and
rl F L St. NM day matI New ddrinner'always has wild game especially Every member of the congregation spare ribs, the Xmas tree is lighted, and
Yawrlev&ll formsof ameesreut amre deer, which they shoot a day or two be- who Is able to leave his or her home is young and old sing and dance around
I re ned from. fore_ at the. service. the tree until late at night.


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GREECE. | To11
B PeT. L ADA1 USt I I I
Christmas lime in Greece is known as
the season of the Twelve Days because Attorneys For PR-.ecut.. Ask
over there its observance lasts for that
length of time.I That Skurat be C_--tted For
The children are early taught that .. M i .
during the Christmas period ghosts and Ptwjry I Hals Cu.
hobgobins are abroad the land. and
they must be very careful of their ac- TAKEN UNlPI inI AT-l
tons. for fear of punishment. I
Santa Claus, with his good thing., Is1
does not seem to be very popular in FL .-UING, L. I., Dc. 25.-At-
that country. It is on New Year's Eve for defs. in the
that everyone makes merry and that Thorton J. Hainc" case demadp e d that
sweetmeats and gifts are given between wiTnesntkuaahakd who- ---d -
... .nfre. awitnees Skura, a hack driver who drove
fred and fnen the Haines brothers to the BDayM elub
Gaily dressed children go Jout from house be committed for perjury. Jut-
house to house, singing an playing, ice Crane ref'ed, saying he would take
and in return for their entertainment it under consideration but would aot act
are given figs, nuts and candy, and in the midst of the trial.
sometimes other kinds of food. Skura had sworn to the affidavit with
Christmas Day in (;ree ii en ovew*r: whieh the defense confronted him in
to the churches and every person at- which his statements differed materally
tends to his or her religious (lutits on from the story he told on the witees
that day. i stand yesterday.
The ceremnnites iii the c.ihirclhc s arc
very muchlike they are hert", e..elt A STRE[NTHENIC TfIA
pi th', nare mrore a .., ..It


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FARE TODAY.


Two Anti-Castroites Go Down In
Street Demonstration In Vene-


ir mmd a 9Ir Tom'er PrvIdes Tih Um-

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OW "M s o be vm bucket Ift a It
e-g af y--( -em in the olegI Even the unfortoate Inmates of the
ilL ft Irl e asmd other auts county jail at DeLead rih the joys of
-ld mlCa. a Chribsnas dimmer today. They will
Tim e -m lbng over the eat turkey, a treat which many an un-
mWA ,,Cf dlmar. It i know fortunate mAd dmtute p oa outside
I prrir tIr lfed aigtly tainted. of jall will not v
s u m maol he beem hamgiug Today wilt be the last Christmas that
lht edrofrmwflm days to see tthehe eiff Turner will prmde over the
S*card l favor. sad wWl be countyjail, his term of office expiring
UhIa.L the first Monday in January after four-
--I Iolaim idang ad batanas, teen yeae of faithful service.
'*|lI- daViW am ready for the iab- As a farewell treat the sheriff will pro-,
1a i-- d aL e boame The boxes vide the prisoners with a special dinner.
1i0mi l qdo, tied up. and I T. e foloingise he bill of fare:
a -lli al t oeli to e- oy,.ter,-RAw
"nt.* i-^ --- N.t i\e<(l,-ry ('oIINItan' a In Theodore
U afaidmi WEV& Uteseat rea nice I |tt ,i ,| itu-.t Hafted Almonds
.t sf mwWad efk a*I aarG a adch. It"I Kadighes
plheaem 0 4d U an tlie oo land,1 I'o.,.n. Iu.l,-e.-hm- I k-ed Cucu-*h.wr-
in is maeri y. jo a i'iai I ri ierH. rit-M t u(W'ur-Mci
SheU lair Lh 5 lierat the Z0oo tou.'4t mtuffedl Turk,'y. ,runlwrry mauc<,.
'His Kks ltm5'rlit IUl* of *I1
'1-mr Wl e a few tmfoes, such f Hotird Naew PottAoe.
Nigm" la-a af -Ceam4. two buckets of t H....t p uuotCt.--ior lyKiA .
PUb eao ~aae eak of carrots, one .uttii lt' cts Kami -dRie
o obtaf 7- 7 w o-- fB oi!f lover 1~ IiP L ium Puu I.dtlug;. H rt ami
OW md thmsbinobimiKsti Hhla, 410'KI~AU
FIAN4 r JeA dot weveA posed d askv N U
S"-a t"T i pd -e AMir,',d <'.kt NUti Fruit |
alem a ea i > i a. is a dcult '., t'I.
ia i w be R. C. Adams. proprieter of the
I .... ter Itttule iLhody harler shop will spend
S- 4 'itie holidayvs with his parents in
ik epl L l I Jae o i ll. While eis away he
b u msM -b,- e will also probably run up to Ensley
ILLE. La a iand Birmingha m, Ala, for a ahort
IU ... ot AvS ts tt with friends.
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Tke Vote As it Stood Tuesday Evening


zuelan Capital.


TROOPS PREVENT FURTHER LOSS


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CARACAS, Dec'. 23.--(-i tWillinus-
stad. lec. 25.)-lu a cla.-1h thit. aitater-
nqeu between the thopsatd-. (,f In ),I,,l
wbo were gathered for dei, .in-tr.iitn in
support of Goiez and tih- rcntiaitl (,f
Castro's party, two auti-('astro,isti were
killed and hundreds wcen- in I irl ,i t I i t
sides.
Onlythe arrival of troops \i( lii tli.
fighting was at ils luhietlit ir,.\' iitntel
heavy loss of life.

Merry Christmas For All.
Here is hoping th;it everi r.l,,i t I, f
the Daily News, this gladl ('liri:.lii:i-
D)ay, may be in perft.ct uaccil ild :it-
tuned for the ('hristin;. c(:tiol., aniti ttl
happy events in which< l all a:ri sin )I--t I
to participate.
Into each life sonme rai iii ti.-,t fall;
Some days: inuht ,"- tdlalk .lid( (lrl,:IIrV.
This applies to soinca ;t evtrv it.i."ir-
ring Christinas tid,,aitl nd i tl hit-Lo,
out in syiipathy, but fo(r ir l:rlv;:li ,f
us the Sunr .shine's brilint, lii f li ,;
on as a swett dreanli.
Tihe Daily News w\ilse. tltiO ini i,
the best and happiest ('iri-tlilu- I \ -ir
life, and that you mayv entilr iil)',i t1'!
new year, whtlli et('on,''- i i
better than ever .for.. ; T,,l Thi.i ti:'
world mayn't b," latt,.r fo(, \ i, .'.
t)been here.


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IttATIVE IF am L


Comparison of P. 0. Records of
1907-8 With 1906-9 Gives Ood
Idea of Growth.
There are a numbi r of indications
which point to a steady growth ID vol-
ume of business from year to year. One
of these business barometers is the re-
ports the postoffice department issues
about this time of year.
The acting postmaster at the local
office, W. C. Smith, hs a fund of facts
and figures at his tongue's end and s
cheerful in giving the press any legiti-
mate information-and the Daily News
seek; ti, ,other-that interests the pub-

In answer to the question, 'Hiow d ies
thie iu.-iiess transacted at your office
this Chri.-tmas compare with that of last
yea.'" Mr. Smith replied that it was
l'rilb;t)I. twenty-live per cent. better.
"l': iza rimnarkaitl showing
1',o ,e more specific, on last Monday
th(.ere wr,. 153 registers and 101 money
riderss i.,-uedl. A year ago last Monday
th(.re were I I I registers and 72 money
)rdtts i.iu,<*<, On Monday $180 worth

I'he" ullice free ha.s b.uen ketpt on the
irve ;all the eek to transact the busi-
i, ;-!. :r l a imriilar story comes frt,mi
ii,, .r ii i a Po.,ition to guage the traile.
It i .1 \ yv gra;tifvying showing.

.\ Double Party.
A\ \rv pi':.isant tllie was i'njoyed by
ti, infant, i -, f th- M. E I.E. church, at
tC' humi. -f Mr. aiid Mrs. I. J. P'rice.un
laV trt t \rtt ,-. I ,day I2.-3..isb r -'3.
Mr- [F';rttr, t, i. t,, ,of tht -class, act,.l

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reddres- iam ta city prement a beA
110 appealow roo with their wealth of
TIRE (-AZSTTE me .oo m ad foliage. quite i contrast to
S e ve 1wyjpin appearance o the t mgrom
before the oloa* reudemce om Rkdgs.
.. 'wood avenue owned by E_ N. Waildrm.
was built.
In the Ver of bis residmee, however,
S Vft I For EyW Y Mr. Waldron ba a store of plant life
HDrit prt hor a &bt bIs a rpris and a delight to the
Sbeholder, his aim being to collect and
t" the re rame plats Mad vias, the
latter appealing particularly to his
fancy.
4W | .. -P Ch.ief amog the. vines s a magnificent
^^^ '^ W W a VVUHp pemauial, a red morning glory received'
from the agrIultwual department at
*':bot WIi~im which has dbd to the
MM branches of a large dead tree,covering it
5ULHrYW bI3Wh e a mr Uolr. i a glowing color. O0 the
me":" tree is also a fine vine of mock cle-
Ir. ~masmI 1 A t ad near by a oolanum of the
-^^- B W giatt variety. Mr. Waldron also has
the bbtgbaavilia and other choice
13" -- W. deUmbers mad in addition to his vines he
ORhe asuLte a variety of plants, shrubs and
^ l^^3-rIPN D ASUMENS. tPws tincrding loquat% b ananas, pa
*J .. payasnd othtr tropicaland seml-trop-

ebof i oebuberieptoma,4,OOGvote t i Te paya, or tropical pawpaw, iL .
4L : C _---# Club of ten subacriptmi i,(Oa curious and interesting plant or tree,
some of them being twelve or more feet
H 8 e i Ther s ina limit to the number In height. the trunk or stem thickly
mopIs--,A _.a AL-I- -$--or a of celab each contestant may care studded with the green and ripening
IM kmi. ftits u ..s .. .M on ul looking not unlike a small nut-
1118--1 111 Ib atd&* Ub*l | I. T h Ime sB riutto pr1e Nj a *meg melon and of somewhat similar
|.,. .Wny < ette-New Is SJO a favor.
S" t AL y a~^ t I SI 0 NrS by Mr. Waldnm n isas fond of the birds as
S- he is of the plants and encourages them
S"rcdtC 4t A d &uiakier. neinttr vot. ws y 1adldati or t.4. iW to make their homes about him, having
-' A et v0 11 "" planted several mulberry trees for their
4-r"r #u R m bl AU *.* mmtt N. e C.t benefit and making a practice of scatter-
pI id W K tIih e ,ir, i Iwhlu SEVEN DAYS iu grain for them every morning.
1- UrM the dates3Q iUte.. Visitors who stroll leisurely along
.- Beach street invariably stop and look
0000000600 with admiration upon the bright roses in
al-i"R -1 I ItB fEveenl '2the well kept surroundings at the Com-
S l I I i n modore Buigoyne residence. It has
PI o --a--phic 'long been one of the beauty spots of
.- I rp iC Beach street.
It was for many years contended that
SPECIAL PrICES ON 7 rueeo would not thrive in this chmatte
Som" as- 'r k- W Portraits for the_. Hol- and soil. Quite the reverse is t u as is
SrtralIts the being abundantly demonstrated every
Po, day Seasoft. day. Take a stroll down Palmetto ave-
day u nueand see one of the grandest sleci-
SSjl~ciall- D Stc ttty. I evrt lbi" 1 he. means of the Cheroktee rose-a native
Floridian--you ever feasted your eyes
llt o An person & Clrk upon. It was transplanted there a corn
:, ^ P. "M & 0' k OP. hr, parati' e'y few years ago and hoa since
o 0 ( encompassed everything in sight. Had
----------- rnse push trained to cover it it would
Sbhave been equal to the task. This spec-
imen is worth going miles to see. Conw-
t Wll.l. BLUY AN ELEGANT HOME IN modore J. It. Alien had it put there.
StF. M. Rowe and Louis Adler are two
5 90 0 0 1n ( )ON D e j prominent citizens who are enthusiastic
on rose growing and have grown eo by
M- -- ail y furnished.*II modern improvement. their eminent success in recent rose cul-
S3m a nw-Wm by mtKlMuldl grounds and fronting on the water. ture. If any reader is skeptical on the
THIS PLACE IS A BAR AIN. subject of successful lose culture in Day-
Stona let him take a peep at Msrs Ad-
SACON THORNTON ler and Rowe's yards. Mr. Howe hs a
MA O T ORNTON Madame Lombard two years old which
measures 12 feet across the top, and a
IR LAL ESTATE uMarechal Neil 3 years old 30 feet long.
OrMOND mad ORMOND BEACH A Magnolia rose 3 years old is ].5 feet
high and has been cut back three tlmesa
-- --_ ____; --2__,---------:=,, "__-2_-~---- =---- ---=--2-'--- -- Mr. Adler has some magnificent speci-
,:^ _mens. aind as for Poincettas his prein-
lare aeflame with them, and he has
i { ir; ATAT v i THINK supplied cuttings till th< town is becom-
ing Poincettedly radiant. Mr. Adler
Of Bvying or Renting in the way of Real E:state says the rose fairly revels in tile salt air
and this is reflected in the healthy,beau-
ST A ABI Rtifu A MANSION l foliage.; and as for dainty., xquisite
E BE T1 A CABIN OR A MIANSION coloring and delicate fragrance they can-


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Be merry.
Be friendly.


Chide mildly.
Give good gift .
ion't be gro :ty
Love all, hate none.
Forget your troubles.
Remember dear ones.
Make everybody happy.
Wish all a Merry CLristnias.


:;Li.OSt--Autonlobtk tail lamp Re-
turn to F. S. Clapp, Morgan House.
lReward. 19-4t
tAITM(OIUL.E FIR CH AITit:--Four-
cylinder Stevena-Duryea, hoiur or
trip, call Morgan House, phone 110.
The beach is beautifuHy clean up
to the palmetto scrub as a result (of
the high tides now running.
An Italian with his monkey par-
aded the streets yesterday afternoon
lie got his share of the Christmas
cheer.
+F,,R lET-Large house, II
rooms, situated at Silver Beach, near
automobile club house; bath. hot
and cold, hard and soft water: fur-
nished. (arage and servant's quar
ter's. Rental, $5(K) for season. In-
quire of T. E. Fitrgcfald, or any
agent. tf
Miss 1Etta Freeman,. accompanied
by a friend, will arrive home today
to spend the holidays. She is a stu-
d in' at the State Wotntu's C ,lle.e at
T'allahe ssee.
All copy for change of adver=
tisements in the Daily News must
be sent in not later than 3:00
o'clock the day proceeding which
the ad. is to appear.
Mr. iotv arrived from ('atskill.
N. Y.. the fore part of the ieek to
take charge (,f their outsitle work for
the Fotter & IReynolds agency here.
Miss (i. VE Shaw, who is to have
charge of the office in the Norman
S. Dayton real estate h'ailditi,,. will
arrive some time before the first of
the new year. l)a-tona is to be
congratulated on tlie establilhmjient
of this office, which is ,largely due
to the personal effort of Mr. Dayton


The Waist Came Back.
"T'he other day I hung tuy orettle.t


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1peLUSmad mad Hekeyd of the
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0. D. Livingston, o Boston, arrived
at The Ridgewrood yesterday.
The annual Christmas dinner wll be
served at The Ridpwood to the early
easo guests, and a pleasant afternoon
and evening is antipated. :
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Scbmidt's Hotel.
Extensive preparations had been mnade :
at "ate popular bohose for the proper
observance of Christmas, and at the ap-
pointed hour, 7 O, the lare dining room
was thrown open and the guests and a
few invited friend filed' in to behold a
beautiful Christmnu tree bedasled with :
myriads of lights and tinseled with all
the olors of the rainbow. The tree.
was fairly groaning with its load of re- i
membrancee, among which were many
of value. Every one was remembered,
and young and old were thoroughly;'
pleased with the efforts of the manage-
ment for their entertainment.


Despland Hotel.
J. F. Seitner of Washington, D. C.,
and F. D. Stiddam of New York were
the arrivals at The Despland Thursday. I
Theo. Dunn and wife of Orange, N. J.,
and C. E. Hazeltme and wife of New,
York formed a jidly fishing party from
-The Desplaud yesterday. The party
L went to tie Keating casino, where they
had remarkable luck, making a fine
catch. However, the afternoon's sport
was somewhat marred by the fact that
Mr. Dunn lost his pole which he valued
very highly.
The NDespland has a large number of
guests for this time of the season, and
accordingly the Christmas menus pre-
'pared under the direction of Manager
Waite will be generous, in keeping with
the season.

Christmas Melons.
J. 11. Johnson brought in a couple of
water melons Thursday from the Bru-
baker farm in the western part of the
city and put them on exhibition at Nor-
man S. Dayton's and R. I.. Smith's real
estate offices. They were from a vol-
unteer vine and while a curiosity to our
northern visitors are not so unusual
with us.

Mrs. Troy Remembered.
The guests of the Troy house sprung a
surprise on their landlady and presented
her a beautiful clock and wall mirror.
The presentation speech by Professm r
Wright was graceful and the response
most timely.
A Tart Answer.
A young and newly married couple
were entertalnlng their friends, and
among the guests was one whose con
tinued rudeness made him extremely
objectionable to the rest of the corn
pany. Ills conduct, although most un-
bearable. was put up with for some
time until at supper he held up on his
fork a piece of meat which had been
served to him, and in a vein of intend-
ed humor be looked round and re-
marked:
"Is this pig?"
This Immediately drew forth the re-
mark from a quiet looking Individual
sitting at the other end of the table:
"Which end of the fork do you refer


THE -L-AR-E '

Opens on amary 1st, 109




Corttes with Stem Heat, Electric Lights, Hot and Cold Water,
Tdepmbon; fHigh Grade Appointments, For Rest, wit or
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HOTEL DESPLAND


Daytona, Florida


Now Open for Season i9o8-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.


Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent. 3
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat. 3
Every Modern Convenience. Send for Booklet. 3
unummer Addrler8: ATLANTI' H()o'KE, Narragansett Pier, Rhode Islad.
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Electric Lihu aud
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Schmidt's Hotel,
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HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors.


DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


Fine Home Tab'4?
Reasonable Rates


Delightful
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E. D. LANOWORTHY, Proprietor,

THE house is charmingly situated on Ridgewood Avenue, the high
est and most healthful point in the town of Dytona. It is
very tastefully and comfortably furnished and is modern in
very respect. The vegetables are from the Ridgewood. garden,
anld native fruits, which grow in abundance, are a feature (if
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SAME MANAGEMENT AS '"ITE BIISTOI.," ASBURY PARK, N.J.





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