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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 4, 1909
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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: VID00273
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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The Pahmetto db bdeld is regular
mrting Thmua&Iy afternoon. The
weather outside wsA drry and bshow-
ery; inide, thogh *bowewy, everything
was bright and cbemafuL The room wm
beutifully deeooua im red amd Igrs.
A large Christm bell and several
smaller ones, gay with electric light,
added ao the ehdam.
The program was carried out accord-
ing to calendar, the day bcef called a
"'blby avbower."
The meeting was opened by a very
beautiful piano solo by Miss Willaume.
Alfred Donnelly, violiont, aacompan-,
ied by Miws Perkibs, exquisitely ren-
dered "Humoreske," by Dvorak, and
"Saranbande," by Bohm. and them
charmeid his listeners with "Adoration"
as an encore.
Eight little fairies under the instruc-


e .. nm..... that all the tion o:" Mrs. Haynes came tripping in
n-----k" eB service be con- and sang a Christmas carol, keeping
"- at ai stebureau to e at-! :"rfect time with graceful motions, and
- tow th Ce Npartmeant of Justice, ""cre aa. sweet and lovely as only tiny
ild *a CW WUkie's salary Iw in-' faien 'an I. j. |. I RAY
o *m 1 ,-$4.000 to 9t.000 a year. The president, Mrs. Stillman, assisted
OI d41 e t1-- -touly that 1- ever, by Mrs. Niver, opened the shower, HAS A
-legl thbert 8ervic< in purely pri\vat whichb was happily I,,ng but broken by
1.Wr PmuMnl aBters t the little ito t sweetly singing "The Bells I
Meh-mges that agitation against the of Christnmasf Hung."
et Serviere p begun with an article pWe forbear to name the donors for ( L0| CALL.
amhLts by L. W. BtFabe, private ere- fear somnte might be overlooked. A
= to f amekerCoanon. The President nunilber clubbed together and gave a
trmts a strong argumentt that he wa.s handson,. mahogany table for the dr He, With athaway of Fall River,
IN- 1 rim im making the c'riticisntis ing room. a large rug and umbrella i
te-aft nved the opening t tsion. sta)d There were two or three tea' Fred Ely, of Corry, IPa.,
'I am whoMly at a Il," t.he says. "to tables, a large coffee pot, tea pot, sugar and Others
nrddroand the oodluding portion of; bowl and creamer, two fine vases filled ers
K~ Mloe rolutio I I hav made no with beautiful flowers, tea table cover,


asuuu against Congrnms, nor *agaiwrt
ay member of th presnt Iidouse. It 1
L% d prod of such co'jipt.Ln iffecti ig
y member of the Housw in anyv matter
s t. which the Federal G ivernment
ajuriudictiou, action would at once
4ebrought as wai dt &iw in tb I cvases of
Senators Mitchell anid urwi,': a:nd Rei -
Sm atl, tWiWaswon,. lerwatiari and
Ikiwat oiferuit t 611'4- Sinev I hlaYv
bas Pe iet..
'A earfu r ending of my nesauve vil I
~'5i t I said nothing to warrsant ti i
IN ai the House re*lutiou tluat
s rmaulty ofta e ongtne1i len nw( rv
btew berig iavestigated by tine Se-
O MSevicr men,' or 'tLhat C4 ongrest. a, a
mbU60wf actuated by tUhat 14 0 tive--.
"S all of this ti'. I're-i-
d3snmgem *'jq of islglicaiiit 111-
.sa' compaw red with the nnaa:., i i1
udbme Thibi WW se n, simplY, D~'..&
F d 6desirethat tiOe govertinient
4W bve at its dispoal t he most vtfi-
AMinsetrument for the detective0 of
-' an~d the revtU7tn midn IuII-
U-IL ofcrinse, tor dkw-s it not ThcJH
--8hl of the House lat MaY
7J.Plsoby an action against tt1. int crest
Sw' t i and against the inwresi~t of
people, and ini itt efictt oif
', SO~ft only to lawbreakers. IF tt
1Me" S tlhin tViremetdy the wrov:ig
" 0li hemadst quote from a letti- hi

Wen(lftwobd on rourt Ii II4t.!


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The Vote As It Stood Friday Evening.


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GET A SCARE WHILE BATINi.


It waLS a pretty close :iall for .1. 1T.
IGray. the' Kaniss ('itian who wa- !I.-
yVnd his depth Sunday in tl,-. -urf, a
heavy sea breaking aud his I o,inpannilz-
looking out for thirms.lvs, not realizing
that one of their party was in trlnll,.
It is often the ca.-s that it is the gol,
swimmer that get.- in Lbad in t Nrt nuri-1 i
the surf. So it was ill Mr. Gray ,,- as.-.
It is his ability to handle' himself well :n
water under iw.an ordinary i ircuin tlmn'es
that tempted hlin to get out too far
when the breuakerit were ti,.rce ;cttid the
undertow not to be rmi>t-d.
About teln or twelve, younlllg; en' wt-re
over at the ocean ipier y-ste(rlay lo1nllu-
ing about 10 o'clock for a plunge into
the surf. The sea was grandly rough
and thie swituners Aer," di.portning
themselves in thie breakers, having a
royal time, whlen lHathaway, iiin.isclt an
Cexpert swimmnner, discovered that (;ray
'was in trouble. It \as his strength aind
skill in battling ith a rougIh sea and hisi
timely assist-ance tlhat g)t Air. E r:t\
saely out.
Mr. (;rav fee'ls as one sniat(.ht-fl Iti,-!
the grave and lherearitrr hle %uil; I,. ,wcan
tent t) iwret.tre it i -lItr mrnak-r-
rather than g(It Iu i" licnad 1liort',ti lthe
walllr -up *in tlr.at Ir,'ak t I : '!: i -
like rar.


Tuesday Night, January 5th.
*Those dv.-iriue tU e ,i. y a 1!10i- -
t Uinuscal tan lhat- ite |l,,,'p>.' 1j!t ,' f
hearing the I .'lnn'l l ( 'v.in-' I t i 't .;-
pany at thie lnptu-t hur. i. ,.
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THE GHOULS


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HORRORS.. SELL STtI.

Pillaging The Stricken Territory By Injunction Creditors Stop The
They Resist Arrest, Fight Sheriff From Selling oods a
Wiih Authorities. j Bankrupt Firm.


STROMBOLI IN VIOLENT ACTION.' RESTRAINING H EAINTE.
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-McBride in St. Louis Republic.


WM. C. SMITH


IS NOW


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^ -; '.t like t'ninnatnus of old wI111 l.ft Lhis
;*-' ., c:tttle stanidinig hitclu(.l in tile iehll, .It.I .
.... ;. Alexand.ri has dropped hi.s phw
./ iadtles by tile crystal waters of lake
V1-' Win niemissett, thrown ihis (verlls
.'.*'" :* sidle,'. for thlie noncte at least, lhas < Iioliintl
Stiis I'rinmce Altbert. his dog-earetd c,ll:ti
M:ld( his uilk til,.' tai l ( rii-t .rtc ftr I :iila-

l' lcre li willm nix arndl iinngle \\ith
1 IIt, 'sc' \vWho It >0k wise and at] t--'t dignrityv
\\ i*. \I'. 1I I I l. whatcv, r rmuay Ibe tite sii/e andl quality t'f
i. their (crr.l)runi. They will (unvcre in
WASHIN T rON Jan. 4. Thetl ani stilted voice whether (It--
,ns.N.iing tlt o(iog-tax or a t;r i (nI
President today at 1 o'clock sent -itut fruit.
Mr A.\lxanndcr will tlrst patrtipia):tt,. rI
the name of William C. Smith to th ict,..tivities ,of the inaugural ball and
the Senate for conhrmation Ats l;(i htert' \ith thi' gaudy buttterllv
,i (':,triiE lie will trip the lighlt fatit -stii
postmaster at Daytona, Fla. ;:::,tl t,et\ccn times with tlih fond tia ni;:-
Si,' \\ i:l present his ,hlailm- for Sl,;takcr (,t

SWEET VOICED CALVE[ i it's nF tirnltetril
i M r. .\lxawi'i r flt-I vcll !'v f,
A I NIff DONA,,,p ;j,1n'i", tlhe sp-aker'. -hnir d ,u ts
til "fins lhoI a wtanv of fett'hni up ;:t
O. tit ''Ilitint 'h T> it I d sputirt '.g tI l II t
Noted Opera Star Resting Quietly I n- l rae


On The Ikah. A.\nd Is


:Unattended.


Al: tc d lf~al III p, t
I. II tv I- t III I ',t fill-y I r- I I
gv;ini- "j' I It ting 'ljie V I Irt- f-11
f ruit waidI i t!, i- t I: n )a N.t' ii J~
t I t. I it s t'I A-vAt 2W Of 1n.-


congres .Appropriates $mxJ.),()).
l;-i, nnit.-d Pr -.
I tN Jan. i'r- mt
z' tt llt a .Sp((li Irt-s~sagi U
ng--stI-ninny '1'1hichlnaft, r i-tiug tLe
*q.'.LinnzI .lnittjt %'ilich haes lt-nallerl
ii- '~~'',~ f Itanly ain't:after tit-tailintn


tinnig-'. arId1 I. iii u t't:k t d I i ng n Itia :ittnt sannaic, re'tIYil-
tlri'hIit-- ta ha II LInd tn.-'t- tin~ nt t Cot orgrt-s4 mnnake ti llii.Pru-


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[By R'nitel IrPr.,...] in the ignited States district court
NAPLES Jan. 4.-A heavy earth- Saturday Judge James W. Locke gmat-
quake has just been felt through out the dd a petition for an injmunction restrain-
Lipari Islands, according to messages ing Sheriff Turner from disposing of at
now coming in. Stromboli, the old vol- i public sale the stock and merchandise of
cano in the most Northeastern one. of Moore Brothers, rreently declared bank-
the islands, is in a violent -tate (of erup- rupt. The sale was to have occurred to-
tion, great streams of molten lava Ibeini layv.
belched forth. As yet no fatalities have The petition for an injunction was
been reported., granted to Armstrong, Cator & Co, H.
VALETTA, Island of Malta, Junet 4. I Clalin & Co. and G(. & H. Fuld, cred-
-Refugees arrivi'ig t(oday nily corr,,b- itors of the bankrupt firm. These cred-
orate reported pillaging by tile gho.-.li;i Ltors alleged in their application for an
hordes among the ruins (of thle deva-t injunction that judgments had been ob-
ated cities. Every report fromn the dt- tainmeld by certain other creditors, and
vastated earthquake belt h)ut bring- that tie stock of merchandise of the
more heinous stories of the terrible de- bankrupt firm would be sold by the
vastation and the unsp)'akable, lbutchery sheriff of Volusia county today to
of the ghouls. There art, freluirnt pitch- satisfy the judgments unless such
ed battles between thir auth,,ritics and p proceedings were stopped; that should
the looters, in which many on both sides i the sale be conducted and the goods dis-
have been killed. posed of, the bankrupts, according to
Six hundred ghouls w re arre-tetl, th. law, would be subject to discharge, and
police killed many anil many were that such a discharge at this time when
wounded. Th(e pillager:- ai.d tle ru'- their claims had not been satisfied
ceivers of stolen goods t'-.reatin1 Italy. would work an irreparable injury to
Wholesale arrests are lpini madel,. Small them.


quantities of food are selling at eroctzn-
ous prices to the destitute. A number
of vendors ha\.e beent, killed when re-i-t-


ori rS.


Li E ISLATUIIR[ ing forcible seizure of thEir st

S IN ANSWER TO QUE[RI[S


Hon. Jas. E. Alexander Gives lIp.
Buccolic Pursuits To Frame


CONCERNING JOB WORKS


laws For His Fellows.


HE ASPIRES TO SPEAKERSHIP.


The I)aily News Office IException
ally Equipped For Ficpcditious.


Artistic \Work.


EMBEZZl[R OF MILLION


COMES TO TRIAL.


Pittsburgh Defaulter Faces a Jury
On Charge of a Big Defalca-


tion of Funds.


I'TrlIw w;, Jan. I.-After a delay
-f :t little Ivir two years J. B. Frene-
i: Lit i'.hi, r Of the defunct Farmers'
:iidtl I'ru\v r"' National Hank of Waynes-
tlirg,. \\:t ct:ll'edl for trial this morning
()oi ti li' CarlT' of ClIHt'zzletnletit Ef over a
rinillii ,f dollars.
.S.(\.ral d.t'- 'ill tII ', rtisumed in s'-
i.'(t ii :i jlryv.

"I i; S.\ IE.--.\ trio of Silver and a
It n i'tasants, about 25
; ,,n-. lint'A witlt young, six White
t : -. >i I',I t k I'<,li.-l heus. with cockerel,
..'. .,i,,,t 2 ,1nrimiun liens. A lso cages
r .;tn,, l>,iilt within n three month:;, coet
i.. HirE arinl spen go together for
*"- i-ti '-h. :I' .'- 1. '1,x 5,5, Seabree.ze,
I ,1 *-*J .2t

Il .mttl Mr'. M. V. Young. (,f
Si" ki. -itr, I tl.. have arriveul for the
Ait,'-r ;inl are guests of the Whiite
S:i' (a>;iyt,)na ieact'. Dr. Imung
-,'. ,l'm l.'t f I earthh B. Young, tile
L l n!-:-t.


v o'st jin tN I) Irusen t at ii i v --k t A',t
e-,it* a r t' up I Ip\- rn t'. to
whnethier tinV "s \ s ptil d ib wk. 1
the intlirirer vluIfee i-IItNV%
Jpl) hook l t'loa cd nt.Itl'(,!i i -wi :i!. i,!
I'l every clay 1:c wW I1'1 d, -

m wI~k i i; it he %Vdl PAU'.
Mdnt l['tcr t-) tt'he I f -f \
lint~w mot o ntltr and N\k.t :


Yes, tine I )aly N\ sL K (
Wttik at mtIdlE itc 1,7tt' V --, nT --
ty is dispattch; inn -ther %%V.
"%nunt anything n. ii'~'- i (C *

oIf scupplyirng \tiUI\la


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coat hooks, screen and scrap basket.
Tile new safe had its ugliness hidden
and it-- usefulness doubled; one large
chair and two small ooes. dear tiny pots
of flowers for some, new year's cards for
many, warm clothes for the little baby
inn need, a few gifts for different nmem-
bv.rrs and candy for every one. which
the little fairke, assisted by Master
Maurine Niver. ipju ed around. Many,
gifts. wer r accmlllpanied by ran- gemns of
po-'ty. and one envelope held something
to, a.-ssist itn ,tting a dressing table.
It ,ans announced that there would bN
:t elldetingi to Itorganize the civic de-
partmneinl at X ('clock next Monday af- I
teriton. All were urged to be presIent.
'ick,4-tF' for thei banquet cun be had of
Mr,. Clark at tihe (.eorge H.L Clark store.
It is r'otutist'd that all secure tickets as
<:11( t! H- t'tible.
'I here wa.s a short butia.ness meeting
),id a vety dtelightlul club afternoon was

"'itie Tiu-ic wau iw charge of Mrs. Belle
AtIb,,itt IaVll'ay' andt Mr.-. 'Ec was tile
lhost.,-tr- t ltit day.

lIr. :iiitl MI. .\lolphl Moren- ;
st. rn,. r.i,'lut aril ,lt'cr p>illntu south. to their I
ini,, ti (t Cincin'nati, stoptedl over,
Inert' f,' ;: i-it "itli their friend.
'[I.'I cui.tt ak andl family, at DIay-
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Ladies' Hatters.

No. 6 SOLTH BEACH STREET.

Latest StyIesl Artistic Workmansfp.

HOM CLASS GOODS. LOW PICES.






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1 eetik ere during dw bewith
theater. V. N- U0000mand 4'
u. tawid to Wiatmcr Park rdav-
Km T. J. VeNaumy. herm. m
Thasn J., and -. Mrs. S. R
IQWigbY. left SMRnv&T a tbW r hem
in MaiRm, LhiD after uemdia
thre ee sks imdi thifcatoWoS
I Rdgewood Sarue
Min LalyMammua.Milo ks bel
speedinag Liw baidews with bher
PazUW ceS e.t~h PalmemAc venue-
k+. -Satu~rday &w Faxt Fland t- re
sme herduties as 1 t~he
PC t4l c ":*-4 ~at thatPlace-
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IM" I Wilmns4-'wpE'rs ous
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Nwmrw UT 3~Seaurd. where z6- is
tecing in the Puabl;E ud~L vim
SL spent the 6ho&kws here sith
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O mae Daytoap crowning glories is
ber hoMaible beach. No one who
eveaet toet upon Hi month, packed
naMs; so oae who ever pedaled a bi-
Seylde ver its expan; no one who ever
Sdrove a prandiag pair o horse and list-
1 sed to the popping of their steel shoes
apoa It asphaltum-like face; no one
Swho ever steered a high-power automo-
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed sand but real-
ied that it is a world-beater, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
'by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.
The Ptid. Pliudc Yiix River.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
Which sit about as if for the sport of
bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed p. lican pouch
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk strug-
gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the watq.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an liquid
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormoud bridge to
tPonct Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modem wonders.


The E c /ltnly PIcturcique Rldgcwood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crowqlies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunkcd liveoaks extent their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from tOese extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. IAking straight ahead down
this it shell street oni- has th t-in-
pression of a fairy path with elfi,-h dra-
perie., but as you movi\ along and cast
an eve first to thei right and then to tht


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WowI down tWe gauntlet to the world.
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Whatever oe s sorteomingp abd
bowever ioad~fleut or eve caios one
may be to many things, the mere men-
tios of "'squirrel and powers, birds and
fruits" will mad a thrill that is reflected
in distended pupils and pricked ears.
For every visitor with a spare "goo-
ber" there is a bunny ready to come out
sad accept your gift. He will sit bolt
upright and gnaw into the meat, casting
furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile.
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming
the year 'round. You are reminded of
Goldsmith's couplet where
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid
And simmer's lingering blossoms are
delayed.


In one yard roses of variagated hues
predominate, another household ha \e
a penchant for the poinsettia and
the premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety is
the spice of life and here is where you
find it.
The birds flit in, and with their joyous
notes help to give fullness and symme-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Day-
tona yields the palm to none for quality
and quantity per acre. There are scores
of citrus groves in proximity to the city,
branches bending to the earth with their
burdens of luscious golden globes, which
for beauty, proliflicacy -and all desirable
qualities would truly astonish.
The Fastet Ant-. And The Faest Out.


The seventh world wonder, do you
ask? Come, whether from Missouri or
from Maine: from Kalamazoo or from
Timbuktoo and you will be "shown."
Here is where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season.
Autos the biggest, the fastest and the
finest are on daily parade and the big
show is as free as the pure. artebian
water from the thousand flowing wells.
It is a continuous show with constantly
shifting scene.
Everything goes, from a 2-horsepower
up to a 200-horstepower, and all degrees
of speed from a canter to a two-mile-a-
minute clip. You will probably catch
the spirit and when tyou do the roads
and the beach are yours Thie Florida
sunshine is free, the balmy ocean
breezes are free, the birds and squirrel-
and flower are free, the sparkling
fountain water is free andl you will hav\
to go down ill your wallet only for coin
for the auto and led aid board.
This is no fancitui |,titurc: ; it's _1ll


Here. It Is tldrawing otI er tiou-'t
left you see distinguished cottage I i,,iis and h. ittling the n tnthrall'd, it will
in the imost delightful sietilngs. anou ie and ite .
charmam ana hold vou Come and sec.
See the glistening Iaf (of thie grand
magnolia which nature lias varni.-hed as -
no artist's brush ever could; and tlh *U01@1010E@IO IOIOIE0IE@ 0 iE
cabbage palins with th,.ir Ihurdens of
showy fruit and siat'ying palil-; see the U
loveiv holly with its eXqluisite Iteiry; seK.
th cliiilirig \iu-s running riot ill the
trees, -e th' t'eryvptganitcs forns \\ lhich Films, D)ry Plates,
gain a foothold (, tile great oaks and 0 0
the stately palms, and surely ,ou ~ ill j Chemicals,U
join in the chorus and -.av tliat tlis i ai- a a ,i
world wond. for f eaut ard ounts,
Hurpessing Keaut% ot Our Cottage clomei. \ \ !
No one of I)aytona- attructlons, per- Tll B V 0DA FINSHING
haps coimntim:aid more nearly universal n
attention and praise than(ii ,,cs thit at tis- IN Ti CITY
tic cottage. The owners of thesecharni- I IIL l I
intg villas hail from every corner of the '0
country and they bring their oun arebi- In Twenty -four Hours
tectural plans and build upon thtmil,anad i
as thlie architecture of tone s.c'tion ,f ti, -
country ditT,-rs from the alt hite-tui.n. *if Professional Goods at Jack U
another so do our lhtnlmes ditlfr in lut- s
M sonvilk Prices.
ward appealrmntli and truitl ura;l bcut'V0 0
from one anot h.er. Thein ar ns>i, ot.s -
nous rows of trikintlv iinlii!ar huiltigs U -
but the evv, aa it v\eep, I,. treated L esese 'n
to a kaleidoslopic thalige% \ hi It kt-l s kO()D\AK P.LACE.
the mind wonderi:,g "\\ )iat e\xt '
Nx\t L It is ii,t ouly thit- extr,or f i:;th \ 'f
these hotniis that r\v( tz. att.ntiol:; itli- 0 Prince G(eorge Hotel,
in th,-v are liiod (lfs of t,%,\it Tit cr, ..e lc, l a
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tli tihiishi and furni i aliug ii\'tC e\idc e e
of thle el,-ahle aidl cultivate ll of tIh,.-e ononononononon onon onono:


who vrktd..i it aill out. tIn d-d it is x th
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The Stillnun.


New arrivals at The Stillman are:
Mrs. Fannie Alien, Palatka; Mrs. A. J.
Taylor, Mrs. L. J. Proctor, Miss E. M.
Meeker, Mimss B. Taylor, Burlington, Vt.


Schmidt's Hotel.


Among the recent arrivals at
Schmidt's Hotel are: H. Randall, D. H.
Voorhis and wife, DeLand; C. E. Griffin
and party of five, New Smyrna; E. G.
Phillippe and wife, Denver, Col ; J. H
Allen, Allenhurst; Milo B. Williams,
Washington, D. C.; Theo. Johnson, Geo.
Hackett, Chicago.

The Prince George.
The following arrived at The Prince
George Sunday: Mrs. Theo. Arter, New
York; Mrs. T. J. Arter Miss Minnie C.
Arter, Cleveland, 0.
Messrs. Hilyard and Holroyd of the
Prince George are making elaborate
preparations for the Palmetto Club ban-
quet which will be held at this hotel on
Thursday evening. The houas will be
beautifully decorated for tihe occasion


Despland Hotel.
The arrivals at The Despland over
Sunday were: Miss Frances Bockheimi,
Detroit; Marie E. Ball, Washington, IJ.
C.; Henry M. Saunders, New York; M.
Meraster, Memphis; S. R. Kingham and
wife, Marquette, Mich ; l)r. Pierson aid
wife, city: C. E. Anderson, 1Hamilton,
N. Y.
Mrs. Curtis, Mrs. Fitcher and Miss I.a-
lone, guests at the Despland, made the
trip to No 9 Sunday afternoon in one of
the Abercromnbie machines. A delight-
ful trip was reported.
On Saturday a large party of lD)vpland
guests went across to the beach to go ir
the surf.


The Ridigewood.
TIhe following guests arrived at ''he.
Ridgewood over Sund.ivy; Mr. rid Mlr-.
11. 11. llolh.-rt, Mrs. J. F. ll,hlr a l
mlaid. New tNik; Mr. anli MI \\ S
ltA;pelve, Brooklvyn
ridge, whist st'riinm, tot b), thi' i iiicfi ti-
versloln at T'he Ridgewot d thii.s -. -e ,i- T
several tables t>einig f4ortmritl fr it yLrte
i'arly evry' t'evcniuig.
Miss :lla Ilught.s, of uit'all.r: ()liO
pi.tnist anlti t'uitertaiLuer ;tt tht, Itiig',-
wo.o,d thi. s'.a-eiu. played for thie lii.st
tiri, Satturd.av. Besidt- .tirig a pli.iii t
of much ability Miss lluglh.s is th,' ;'"',-
sess,',rof a pi,as,-ut \ v,ic.v. Thi l.l
aS jl ,upil iof Sign(r (iorno iat t, ('.i-
ciiilit'ti I',lldhge of Mu-'ic


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Cottages with Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Hot and Cold Water,
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L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.


Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent.
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat.
Every Modern Convenience. Send for Booklet.


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thie table.
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