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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 28, 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: VID00266
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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ding i s and thg er u r-
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mimos-e IICfrew-I" from the TemokI
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t MAN irI t' m sad wo tbty bridal lthe tugh row
"lI -i ~m f t ber"c b with bluhbes, he wr d immediately
while the pad bridgroom, who eiio
Iv e Be t l sd ben seould- T heecond eatue mof interest whichmm
S h ed Mr Jack- Pif notttb or tmor eity is the frac
--caveut--*b t tok of smoke in thatt the bride thr t in
a aW t"d to rem- Pudest inowft of his life.




.. -a-- t oe et home from the prese but o three hnd to a
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of So w*6 at early bedtime, money she sat compia ety between No.
af e b. at juit what h dour3 andtl a former divot caoue the
a eoster- other one occupying a seatr. with thegected to
r do tbenAstooma7little osculatorystunt
Is' Is.* W a Ikeb Saturd iny ithitheblushing bride immediately
_h a fire, and a search wasy oer tying the knot.
S& rhb ead anbees. mould- The second feature owh intehst whihould mark
SA1w boono befre itoa burst ithe should e challenge the dmiore tin ofpass
S c called Mr. Jack- Pittsburg or Salt Lake City isthe fact
- i tot the gaa l of smoke in thatthebride's se other wa radiant in
mh t y went home fro the presencea uple of threpoue living husbnds.
S-. wher they took tei we th, notary performed the cere-
S ~I amsL r w at early bedtime. money she sat complacently between No.
is the ight. at just hat hour3 and a formdelr divorced spouseway the
St other one occupying a seat with the gay



- Wi4koft M was thea. tirnst, aft
Sfire, andoo a sacred chwa uandglady afternoon on throng.
i. at and other active carryinhe twohird feature which would mark
Ste vicinity, aved tlh e t e occllision as one of more than peass
|^M abg eoee w ing inter' was the fact that one clear the
a ise be id rais of the nearly crowing the erbla-
ge tantleniten spectators had present in the
1W paoe TT Iof lymeto ~,ho I ha mppy throne into thple of "spousThe othes"
Sth-g asd of thel m ight was the wal uto.dr mistletoe as green and
berries as delicate and waxy, he had
Slited hi y f frightened en climbed outh.
m Wbig Wa c u tl fi orst. aftor
Obeg frmp the building t. v tIhl A N.rron % a e.
" M eV n wheels tok. up MA ,Nrr Es.ap..
ftg thuugg the dnstreet, bells were: An accident was, narrowly averted
gog g lbged, aNd soon a crowd wW'" und(uay afternoon on the New Smyrna
wbd. TheL~ heroi work of the 1wh v udn on a curve one of the Aber-
I C. pmbt ag. of some from tht de- 'r crmbite mzachinrw and another machine
pak e L L Gam, and other active carrying two men barely missed a head-
M sO f the vicinity. paved the ad oil Vollsion. The Abercrombie machine
b boihuem a the west. w...s to the right, and the other clear to
1i muck canno be sid -,raisc of the left, nearly crowding the Abercr.m-
sm -w wmeate young mell a~ho stit- bie mRn hine into the river. The other
&S b"g an rislo is an effort to machine turned half over, falling against
qm@ M uead of the f ames, t.the local :tuto. No one was injured, but
Ma r W WW ts wy through S. 1. two badly frightened men climbed out
Ge and onsuming; thep jof the ove4,rt-urnqed machine.
Qe& gunrage the fire spent ats If P


Miss May iaiourn, i 1r ,r
(range. is in the city today.


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Kentucky Coal Mir
Belligerent Since T'
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ARE LOOKING FOR


A VESSEL


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OLLIFY.


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SINKS,


BIG LOSS.


lers Cease To Collision of Steamer and Bark So Says Chas. R. Weaver, Who
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wo Compan- I Cause Tremendous Loss of Life


n Scene.


Was With Capt. Hains at


Annis' Murder.


A LEADER. OCCURRED IN AUSTRALIAN WATERS CHAINS PLAYS A STRONG CARD.


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STEARNS, Ky., IDec. 'S.-Thie pres-
rence of two companies of state troops
i have brought quiet out of the turmoil
and anxiety of the past two days. Steps
are being taken to arrest the leaders of
the miners who flred on the sheriffs
Christmas day but as thev- are heavily


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NE\\V CASTLE, Australia. Dec. 2 -
Th'i Blritibh sleanme'r Advan', anid Itli
bark Iverna collided this nmorningf, the
former sinki g with all ,n boa:r the lirst otficer.


* A AAB AIn USE 3 l *K 11AAll


EARTHQUAKE SH(


DESTROY



ASSASSINATION

OF RIIFR


ICKS


ly ITALIAN CITIES.

Death and Suffering


Are Appalling.


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vi a a bsdv d veopce rice rrmn rauning DUU-
A TTEI I ings Scantily Clad and Are
Suffering Untold Misery
I [By United Preo.
T ROME Dec. 28.-Eight districts in
Two Men Disguised as Priests Gain the Province of Catana, Southwetern
Entrance to Cabinet Chamber Italy, were laid waste this morning by
three rapidly successive earthquake
and Fire at Ruler.. shocks.
I It is impossible to estimate the num-
CLOSE CALL FOR HEIR APPARENT. ber of dead, and the property damage
done.
R It I A dozen or more towns were destroyed.
By United Those sufferingthe heaviest are te-
ST. PETERSBlnRGledP .. s.-Twfo fanaconi, Mezzoc salo, Majerato and
8T. PETERSBURG, Icr. --Two Santonofrio.
men disguised a priests su ccee.d St- The, shock came while people were
urday In entering the elabinet chamrnber
S.. enterif ,reneto r asleep and they were given no time to
atK~ele)u whre a conference of fuinia- eac[p9 from the toppling walls of tbelr
sterw s being h Id, nd attpted t hoes. the topple
homes.
hoot the ruler, according to (i.p:1tches A number of bodies have already been
received today. taken fl'om the ruins and the work of
Cassock policemen overpowered the
rescue has barely started.
would-be asassins, but not until they i h farel ta t.
had Are one shot whi, perced the It is feared that the death list wll
ad i ne hoi pAr tl i reach appalling figures. Those who w
Sth her apparent caped were scantily clad, and suffered
intensely frota the cold. #
^ Remains Sent North. A message from Monteleone say tsat"-
I troops have been ordered to the meeeo to
The body of Ecra Bond, who died at check the looting, which is in progri.
his home on South Ridgewood avenue Several prisons were broken ope ian
Christmas morning, was sent north Sat- the confusion attending the quak and
urday for interment at the old home at the prisoners escaped and an now prey-
Kirtland, near Cleveland, Ohio. The ing upon the victims of the disaster.
remains were accompanied by the Monteleone reports heavy death lists
widow and her son, E. L. Bond, of in tl.e communities of Borgia, Contraehei
Oranp avenue. The deceased was 83 Olivadi, Sauvite, Pomerano, Miotia sad
years of age and Mr. and Mrs. Bond had Tropico.
spent 62 years together in wedded life.
Christmas Sunday Enjoyed.
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unRULRLJiI UI tinIfllnrItil, I jBa1was,-. 5. u,1,,,A) U" -- W Uw=UIr-
ature and sunshine, just cool enough to
ARE REFUSED BAll 1 e bracing and give quickness and elas-
ticity to the step. Everybody were out
41iIjoying themselves and everything on
wheels turned. Carriages, horse and
Jdmge Hart Sends Col. Cooper lhcrseless, bicyclehs, motor cycles, chairs,


and Son Back to Jail To


Await Trial.



NASHVILLE, Tenn., ID,.c. 2S.--.Juldg
* Hart today refused bail to, Coloiel and
Robin Cooper on charge of iuririrtirn,
tx-Senator Carmack. The pri:oncers \\ill
have to remain in jail until the t (ti o,f
their trial, which is set for .li0r rl.trv 2'th,


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FIL'SI IN(;, L I., Dec. 2S.-The de- Off for (iainesville.
tense in the tlaines murder case today .
placed on the, stand its strongest witness Professor J. t ,
of teachKr s of th,' Daiytc,,i hii li -i,.lml, I
outside e of Thornton Haines himself, in of teachers of th t
the person of (Charles R. Weaver, who leave in the morning for te unmual
swore that on the day of the killing he ,meeting of the Florida State ';i. tir.-'
'association, which donvncs in <;;iiis-
was respons:blc for Captain and Thorn- T1,o, To, w.,ih..... I
viaat m, T .f; \V.. *-ln. a Al. n d I i r Jl*


...-..-...-... LIl5l.EIll" tlKs Sflll ton J. lHaines going to Bayside. They
armed a battle is looked for. LUUE U t un t J ains going to Baysie They
Should have gone to Fort Hancock in-
S'TU B INSTITUTED. 'tead of 1ong Island, he swore, if he had
An Ancient Bone. U not met them. Weaver also testified
Dr. S W. Carroll has on ehiiton at i that while Captain laines was all right
at his store on North Beach street the efor he nt to the Philippins he was
rib bone of a mastodon, which was un- January 8th Decided as Date For irrational after Iis return.
rib bone of a mastodon, whir.h was tno- **"" '""'>"' a*n


earthed some time ago in onr of tirh
marl pits in this vic.intit Lby J. i'.
Browning.
The bone in question, which has 1 -een
lying around unnoticed until recently, i-
nine feet in length and probably weigpls
in the neighborhood of fifty pounds.
Irh Carroll says that there was evidently
more of the bone originally as a portion
connecting it with th \'cvrteira is nro
missing.


Cattle Plague Subsides.
[u Il'ilitidl l'r. >.


The Installation-- l.arKe


Charter List.


HOW YOU SHOULD


Ti,. lod -,of Elk will be inst.-'dll in EAT AN ORANGF
I)Davtona Friday (eve\iniii-, Jan. s. EA AN ORANG
Major J. I). (C. Mrris andI Louis A .\lhier
Spent Sunday at ()rlannlr, in roniferernce
With I)istrict D.lurty c;r:arl l:x.:llt,.I. Not Everyone Knows How to,
Ruler Henry S. ('hubb aid(l ,ilit i. s of'
the O(rlando i.od1 of Elks, and the Enjoy This Delicious
above date was decide di upon for thte in- Frit.
stailatiun. [
The initiation will ,('C'uri at Manio m V W ('haipman, in the Florida Fruit
hail aid will b,' uind.r thr auspic.-s off antl a Produce News, published at Jack-
the Orlando lodgealtihough other lodges i sonville, tells how to eat an orange, as;


of this week.
A big state nmcting is ''\[l', . tine program is p)rcpare I.
The fare is only $3. 10 f(ir tliwe ,in ;trip and others besidIs tveaclcrs %ill
take rates to make a trip to ti the interior.


Stricyc'e; and pedestrians thronged the
avenue's and beach and the salt air was
Ino,-t refreshing.
It was a Christmas Sunday long to be
remenmbered, not only for the outdoor
t-i-reation which all enjoyed but for the
good heer within when the dinner hour
c;irIP. Many invitations were extended
and vi.-itj exchanged and hundreds of
c{ttarer. were for the day guests of the
I,.telk.
*Scrvicvs at the churches were very
lI:r cly attended, and most interesting
-rltmoiis ;and enchanting music, suitable
to, tle Christmnas tide, were enjoyed.
'1lie delccorations in many places were a
tiio.t picasing feature.
By water scores of people sought a
few h,,imrs' trip of sight seeing, sharpen-
ing I, tli appetite and wit, and returned
rIa,,ldyifor a hearty meal and sound sleep.
M:niy rin;adl the run by beach to the
lignit iiririsc and admnired the stately gov
ernmiint structure. Christmas Sunday
was .a dJ'cidcdly pleasant one all 'round.


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w r e Votes For Every'
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SUBSCRfPTON DEPARTMENT.
$1.5(-On eubsheription, 500 votes
Club of five subscriptions, 4,000 votes
Ciub of ten subscript'ns 10,0(K0 votes


There is DO limit to the number
of clubs each contestant may secure.
The subscription price of The
Weekly Gaztte-News Is $1.50 a
year; Te DUily News is $1.0 for
the season by mail.
ollch-ltlin \vot-est y candidate or frkielw
wlthiln the. stores, dtltrlHutlng votes 1w un-
d,.lrtkI hy. th<. propretone.
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5utm cr--- n-ptrldy furnished, all modern improvements.
Tsum-ied by easrtiful grounds and fronting on the water.


TlIS-PLACE IS A BARGAIN.

MACON THORNTON
RIAL ESTATE


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Of Buyingor Renting in the way of Real Estate


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Photographic


SPECIAL PRICES ON


Portraits for the Hol
day Season.
U)evduPia"d -4P rg Oar the
Amteur a Smpecly.


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my this salad Is crisper, teLderer and
more appetizing than any other, anal
they say It wards off Indigestion. They
fight for it they spend their last !.nny
on It. quite as the Indians do with
arewater."-Excha nge.
Too Much For Him.
Smithson used to labor under the im-
Dression that he was a born humorist.


but he has given up trying to be funny
now.
He caled one day on an old school I
friend and was shown Into a room
where his chum's sister was busy ar-
ranging a quantity of dried grass which
she had collected.
"What a quantity of dried grass you I
have collected, Miss Ritchie" he said.
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KODAKS,


Calendars,


XM-AS CAMS
and many other suggestions
for the

Christmas Shopder.



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et paydf hiband to his ear.
S ya h man repeated the ques-
0 In a a loudern vocea
Sot bear yo," said the editor.
"b eas yo urself around the block
yom old gra .ry" muttered the Imps-
dot employee jt above his breath.
1 a mvt an old granny." said Mr.
MdtMll, trwaig away, "and 1 shall not
ceIm myself around the block."
Te lfrah young man made Immo-
a41 arrangement to my goodbye to
hi Joe, but the Iret editor probably
tbugbt that tie lemon he had re-
evd was sufficient and did not dli-
tilb bIdm
A Farnme Lenden Tavern.
f YMermaid was the name of a t-
n 1wuG05 tavern frequented by
md Btteraryo men and actors during
tie rlm of Qoau eElizabeth. All the
wit aMd taLt of the time assembled
tM far entvivial enjoyment. Au-
ta- ave made It the CeCne of great
mind combrats between such men u
n-akeeare, Bn Johnson. Beaumont,
IFlter. ele, n, Carew, Donne and
e*-s ot reverential memory. It was
ths gathering place of the celebrated
MNMri club, the origin of which Is
aartbed to Sir Walter Raleigh. The
Mermaid tavern waa located in Bread
MetM and was handily reached from
tame tewoughbares, so that It has
beeo often referred to in various ways.
The Mermai to Bread street, the Mer-
ma In Flday street and the Mermaid
te Cheap street were, however, all one
aad the same. It was the nearest to
Bfead sWeet. The Mermaid was de-
stroyed In the great London fire. There
ware other Mermaid taverns, one in
aapdMe and another In Cornhill. but
tey had no such associations as clung
to that of Bread street
Origin of the Word "Bogus."
The word "bogus" Is said by Dr. Ogli-
vie to be derived from Boghese, the
name of a notorious American swindler
who about the year 1835 flooded the
western and southwestern states with
counterfeit bills, sbam mortgages, etc.
Others connect the word with "bogy.." a
scarecrow or goblin, and so applied to
anything fictitious or chimerical.
Lowell in the "Biglow Papers" says:
"I more than suspect the word to be a
corruptlt of the' French bogasse."
This bogasse was the sugar cane as
delivered in Its dry. crushed state from
the mill, also called can trash and fit
only for burning, being synonymous
with useless rubbish.
Again, according to Brewer. there is
in French argot or thieves' slang an
word "bogue." which signitles the rind
of a green chestnut or the case of a
watch, and this also brings us to the
Idea of an outward seteming without
any solid or reputable foundation.-
Kansas City Journal.
The Queerest Salad.
A gourmet as be mixed a salad of
chicory said: "The worlds queerest
salad, and possibly its most delicious
one, te eaten by the Inolts of northwest
Greenland. It Is a salad of undigested
moss from the stomach of a fresh
kiled reindeer, a bitter, sharp, stim
ulatiUng salad, as good for the diges-
tion as an electrical massage. The
Inolts live almost exclusively on fish:
hence salads are a favorite dish with
them. But no salad In their minds
compares with that which they wrest
from the slaughtered reindeer. They


Twe Denrs Nwft oI ij Aveme,
Next DEur t the

Prince George Hotel,
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


Col W. M. Shaffner returned Sat-
urday from Orlando, where he joined .
Mrs. Shaffner at her sister's to spend
Christmas. .
Miss Marion Harwell, one of the
teachers in the King-ton school, is
spending. the holidays with her
mother in Jacksonville.
ftA tTu(7 BILE FOR CHARTER--Fonr-
cylinder S'evene-Duryea. hour or
trip, call Morgan House, phone 110.
Irvin Laraunty, of Toledo, Ohio,
arrived here last evening to spend
the winter iirh his parents on Fair-
view avenu-. They arrived two
weeks ag ,.
C. J. Sch onmaker, postmaster at
Cocoa. spett Christmas day here
with S. WV. O'Brien and family. Mr
Schoonmaker is a brother-in-law of
Mrs O'Brien.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. M. Sheppard
and baby, of Kingston, are visiting.
Mr. Sheppard's parents near Maye
during the holidays, having gon<
over last Thursday.
Miss Gertrude Sweitzer, of Frank-
fort, Ind., arrived Sunday night to
spend the season with Mr. and Mrs
Fred Beckler, also of Frankfort, who,
live in the Opera house block.
FtOR lRENT-Large house, 14
rooms, situated at Silver Beach, near
automobile club house; bath, hql
and cold, hard and soft water;, fur-
nished. Garage and servant's quar
ter's. Rental, $500K for season. In-
quire of T. E. Fitzgerald, or any
Igent. tf
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. *'

Sitti.r3 B;.II.
To hlook ;at Silling i,-ll ,itN. m v would sa.
that he -laf al\'as3. quiet' 11 .d sil. tfoll
tainued. lu fact. l, did usu:illy keep
himself under control.[, but he w\\s et Iue
and aluiost lihearlt.-s. Ht lhail pta
tied cruelty to iliiin; ls aitl i:te .ll front,
his childhood and as hlgi as Ilc lived;
he was full of jints-iil :1d ,t'trnll very
angry. He was always it Jt-l'hu, andl
Insolent toward our generals, the In-
dian agent and other friends of the
great father at Washington. whom he
claimed to hate. lie had great talent
and ability to plan campaigns and bat-
ties and wonderful Influence in bring
Inc, Indiana tntocethor Notwithstand-


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Ridgewood, will receive pupils for piano I

S, Daytona,
mHote. Now Open for S
SA. ollstrom isa guemt at The L. M. WAITE, Ow
Deupand.
S T. A. Hollunooke, wife and child, Mr. really Enlarged since last season
W. B. Iring, of Toronto, were on the B a .n a i r
Regular trip up the Tomoka on the Broad Pazza on a Ses
steamer Diie Satrday. Every Modern Conveniei
In Yesterday nearly every church had tsr Ad: ATTI
congregation augmented by guests from Rurnmr Addr.ss: ATIANTIt' IiI
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The Ridgewood.
The arrivals at The Ridgewood over
Sunday were C Dunlap and wife Jack-
sonville; Daniel Lees, Philadelphia, and
C. W. Richardson, Jacksonville.
The guests at The Ridgewood were:
riven a little scare during the fire early


Sunday morning. It looked like that at
any time a flying spark might skip sev-
eral houses and start a fire further down
the street, and a number of guests were
up and ready to get out if any trouble
occurred.


Schmidt's Hotel.
Among those who registered at
Schmidt's Hotel Saturday were: Miss
Elma Hallett, Sac City, Iowa; Dr.
Burton Bohannon, St. Louis, Mo.; Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. Stanley, New Britian,
Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Stanley,
Winthrop, Maine; C. A. Miller, Jackson-
ville; G. E. Terwilliger; N. E Rates, C.
Clark and wife, Florida; Miss C. R. Bat-
tcrsby, Philadephia; W. R. MacGuyer,
Waterbury, Conn.; Geo. E. Bristoe,
Rahway N.J.

The Prince George.
Among tile arrivals at The Prince
George over Sunday were Thomas Lewis
nd sister, Chicago; Arthur Fitz Wil-
liams, Milwaukee, Wis.; Mrs Townsend
and daughter, Atlanta; Dr. and Mrs.
Henry Mitchell, Asbury Park; Mr. and
Mrs. G. H. Moody, Lockport, N. Y;
Chas. A. Young. Asbury Park; Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Eunis, Chicago; Chas. M
Coss, New York city.
The entrance to the yard of The
Prince George was beautified Saturday
by the placing at each side of palmetto
posts.
Absurd Stage Business.
Theatrical production Is full of ab-
surdities In business. A situation Is
required, a situation Is thrown In. It
makes not the slightest difference if It
be a trolley car crew of song and dance
brothers manning a yacht in the desert
of Sahara. You have the trolley crew
and the yacht, and if the scene hap-
pen@ to be a section of the arid west
where typhoons take the place of wa-
terspouts-well, so much the worse foi
the scene. And if the conductors col-
.lect fares from the sailors to carry out
the business of the song, "We Are Jol-
ly, Jolly Street Car Men," the audience
must be prepared to submit calmly to,
a sandstorm immediately following.
which is necessary to bring on the
wind machine and stereoptlcon. When
a comic opera (heaven save the mark!i
opened at Madison Square roof with
Japanese costumes. Broadway dialogue.
a Martian setting and Irish comedy
there were absurdities enough to de-
light a deezze stage directors.--Ilenry
E. Warner in Bohemian Magazine.
How Needles Are Made.


Fronting on thle-
Halifax River.

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HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors,
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
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Reasonable Rates Sunny Rooms
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very tastefully andl coifrtalyv furnished and is modern in
very respect. The vegetahlts are from the Ridgewood garden,
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