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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 18, 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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Volume ID: VID00287
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3 tion Tuesday.


DAYTOllA FLORIDA. MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1909


15 Cts pw WafS


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SI ILO (lOVE HNeL I. CLARK Riht ( s at WETTER SUM
-ARCUcMT W LDER and 1 OPTOMETRIST 0 o uRight Prices. Call andethadbe
gg fper HangingaDk.ti to TieS You Right. ad tI ani
ner221 AG LFm a 0 : orteat Let Us Be Your Jewekrs. th. bsO
ininuinmr Rogow mueuod ueu L. H. RO WE & CO. 0 *
T91epbano 0 221 MAGNOLIA AENUEEm7 -rm iWlosGUBRNWlw


IRMATE


-0 TIEGAP,


.COM1s510ERS

0 Shew Up Wanted: A Good Hard Shell Road
NL in a From Daytona South To
ile GldF Titusville.

I O STf. C ISS, TAKE NOTIE.

Daytoa; il In the Daily News of January 9th. un-
Li d6d thtimUe. der Ue title of "Titusville. Meet Us Half
il Mi, both natural Way." comment was made on the good
i a other Forida e-,ndition of the road south to Oak Hill
,*-Me." I there is any atl. o, the impassable gulf between Oak
IWi Iapi a real [ill and Tatusville. Editor Walton of
all e nppy, up- the East Coast Adocate reproduces the
4tmhe e sort of Daily News article with this comment:
h~eal mt it, and "A good idea, Brother Fitgerald, but
S making a "noise how about Volusia county fixing about
t^ ." 1*-ix miles, front Oak Hill to her south
durwlay ver on one boundary'
a Mtle U-sam now "Brevard has a good rood for more
l LpHiMt- dslike"Peters- than six miles north of Titusville and
bM hull tst and may advocates of continuing the road are met
with the question. Why lay out money
a -OIatinau to lead the fotr the completion of the road when six
mitioe to give the miles of the most' inpassable road lies
m4lt4itIon of speed that in Volusia county?"
*Ml bIo- swim; she must "Automobile, cannot, as a rule, come
I amlde t the very latest to south of Oak Hill, and without the road'
front that point to the boundary line be-
i mS--L e with thAi id a of ing fixed the money to continueour p|or
ad tf keeping a safe led tion would be practically wasted.
e th-a- th te Daily Newt "Build your road to the division line
i ide66a of big crenmcnt of tid then we have no doubt but that
t )ltta qelli ng""Daytona"it HBrevard will make the connection.
10140 &Irms This crescent of It i. \oVlusia county's next move."
t.ai-- J ed Iar the F. E C. Sto her is the situation: Bnrvard
I ga-- r .of all th. won't extend her shell road north to-
m- "iMt up and take notice," ward 'olusia because Volusia has a Nt-
S m a f them would rush to the tie gap of unfinished road, and Volusia
=id".atd, ber" there is no doubt wont go on south of Oak Hill becau s
Gea ,rf t. o S.a.t. igr t when she reaches her southern bound-
ha gao .f -Je St-Lahtu light tb"
s it would .e easy to ar ary Itrevard has a gap of abominable
|lIIayt itvoild be sv to ;trng;i.R.
l-ltad s t cost a bi lot of road almost impassable for automobiles.
Iglell I4 edicot a big lot of ,, u ^
Ser Gan could arrange a Wll, what is to e done Wouldn't
L adster of red and blue it be a good idea for the eomunisioner'
,bag at the noc al Lof'ach county to appoint a corimmitte
*llrtw widL at the nocturaal n f v t wo to meet u.ith the committee
" in her flaming letters. of the other counts, confer with them
l qM i and fortulate plans, and decide how
btae chrirtendom -was ever s. best to1 fill in these gaps" Let Brevard
MIllad; it would b a ten-strike. and \,lusia inteet half way. that is, at
pet'? tl eir rt-l '"'tive county lines, and let t
beL gy News tlwlieve. that tel elec- t:eiii takc up tihe matter conjointly andt
IWt people will carry out th, i Siealparatively trifling '.\i'l 'et to anitlo.thr -e .i>-.o I)aitonna and Titusville
I d. If thought best tit; litg.t wiln % tnr, l daily \i.-its of tourists from
N be St ed on only a little while at ,i. ('it too hte othtcr.
l mI or it could tw used throu,- The l;iail New Setl- ;rranted it.
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dstric light plant has just es.tab-
t Iown expense an arn ;lhit t1
If tiorace to the ground.. Thi-
bebstituted and thE' (ity pan
additional expenalse tle trii,.-ll-
Syivolever.
my you, everyI(iod "


KING


ENDS LIFE.


o VOIK, Jail. II.
~~,'y. the~ Iecaitv ~(,di -14. 11 e1 It IIk
S M~n" lat his spaciou(It'one'. I'--
1bum early tdka. 4 'iit u'.hti
4Insme liaC ig. i' -Upji.asetI
the Cause.


Sayt 111u t I PiIt L"a W y IX' r t iw GC .I c |
S i ;. ru:n i < ak Hiill will join enthut4i-
a-ti< ;>ly Io the in *\w .i-, t tfor the corn-


CLEANING DAY IN THE SMOKY CITY.


EPITHETS


HURLE


ROO


DAT


iSEVELT.


Representative Tried ToTell Teddy
What He Is, But Congress


Foiled h.im.


INA


COLLISION.


Returning To New Smyrna a Mild-
eyed Cow Looms Up In Right


Of Way.


THE HOUSE CALLS WII oni STI[R['S CAR HITS A (CI.


-Donahey In Cleveland Plain I


TIE REV. J. E. GATES


RESIGNS PASTORATI

He Will Leave D)eland Thre
Months Hence For Former Pas-


e


torate In England.
It was something of a surprise to the
Daytona friends of the Rev. J. E. (ates,
pastor for sonmic yeatr past of the D)e
Land Baptist church, % when the reverend
gentlemanly announced a few days ago,
that he must sever Iiis connections with
the Del.and people.
He went to the D)el andl pastorate
from St. Augustiue and since his stay
there he ha.s incr-a>ted the imenrlb'rship
very largely, paid thl church debt, in-
stalled a new pipe organ arll t renovated
ilid greatly iiiprot\ed t he int t.lir of th
church.
Mrs. O)ates hlke her hu.iii'ant. N\%ts
highly est-eeied aridd %ill be ili-'e.d 1H
singingg as ione of the lppitre i:tltel era-
tures of the setr'Vle s aniid the coliL~~;r:g
tion are reluctant to I !ii h.r ;u,.
'I'hey tur to aL ftoir .itiLt.'te Ii ,
Manche.'ter. Lnglaii
Attorney 1:. F. at,'.', u the :,\ rirm
of Fitzgerald & 0;te.'. ii"- i y" i- lnll
only ion, and 1iz. f!1 n ."i 1i!i i!n ll i
wishing thte i.iler t. t a :!e \ iae
and happy reunion ii iit .tl\, .L dJ
friend:. in Oldt l:Eiglaii


p'l tion of ,tth. V di-is end if assured be-
yvto d i", ;idt\ titur that B ite ard Vill
ml'"" t t heTli at thele litc.
'ak, tle imattl r up %'with thel pow'cr l
Sthat bet. Editor \\'altlni, alltn sd e v Iwther Ha
the, t'.iil, it v i,'rth while A r iiT,


BISHOP McQUAID


PASSES AWAY.


\ .. J.n '. -the
I.. ,:t nti Mck r'ald
C:L. e 1w1t1 n BI-iiepi of tile 1 ,i e
,R V ie-ti ~itoithis moermuIg.


Vote As It Stood Thursday Evening.


I ).AN TON, %


t*l t High School

Eastern Star
-atee Morgan


612,86
S 430,010
- $9,805


AS A WIIIM'SS1



'Faft.blrtetlwi'' fl7I Ii ''tI~
riv'ed there I' t-l* t d iit 7 .I' C ie t
tify b,e'fere the' &g tiani jli'44 -1 iOw'lP,
t rit tof (uluna ihi, IHIwlicIbl a- I a'- uw41,t
b~y the geve-mr1ri7I.1' aI'L44'- 7 \.4
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ARGUMENT FOR


9TATE POLICE


BATTLE


BLACK HAND.


Several Are Shot and Nine Are


Captur.-d In a Ficert
Conflict.


BIOODHOIND, ARE [ TRAIL.

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%%til ill s -1 !,;

I' iii a r'ek:t~t' ('ttit;Li~iirlg $21106c~) a"the
j -I.t of at thri'.t0 F e ,I'? 71p'
11!., N I 1 t a. i ill fL (. L)1! C!
h.14 t'd h('Iho i,- ae I!wk, ~ ~' '- 1
e' c('hijid.

A LIVELY WRANGLE


.Nc%% York W~'orld iAnd Otherr tz
R~eesisting IEfforts (4i.(ourt'. In


P'ananma IProbe.


I (I SI

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fil. loI' i 44


PROHIBITIONS VI1Ci1I.mc





auLig aftt-a' av Df't1t rJ:1 L I -


Dealer.


THE SENATE CONFIRMS


W. C. SMITH'S APPOINTMENT.
It at It
It Is Now Postmaster Smith For
The Remainder of The Unex-
pired Term.
The U. S. Senate aplprove-s the Presi-
,, Cpit', appointmenit If \\'. ('. rimithl to
Spin .t master .it Daytona. There i- lin
-ihil of relief as the appointment of Mr.
militl hIi. beIen' a foregone colnclu.-ion
for some time ind neither Mr. Smith
nior any of the turned (doIwn applicant.
were, surprised w hen the confirmation
',.1ss reached the 'itvy.
Mr. iith i. i now busy, sriiilingly re-
'i\ t tihe 'coiinrit ulatilois of liis friead.-
: i '* ;ia.iirig teit garmii> of cot igraitilati ii
An ti l, l, in iiiein telegriin reoa>
It i ,V ,l 1 i- ,\\ I.' S iain i i,
('< r ''l ii 7! Ii i'your c" oeliii i;7.at 'f.
livy lh: S' i:Lte. li'1ty S. Chubby "
Mr. ui, l Mr; Sinith have the aluiity.
. \ep i'i', tihe f,,ice rid the i'icliniati'il:
' .i\ e 11 '*l i'h t, iupi-to.'- ti'" -'.T iCe
: 'i\ : .

\ (iood Chance.

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t 1 I t Ih 1 t t A I 1 .
Sl : i t \. u I _\ .1


ALL WANT


TO BE SHOWN.


PLOWS INTO


ITALIANS#
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o~ ;o I;) a:A N ,..44l 7Ie'1\eT .

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[tly n ii it,- I --. I
V ASIIIN(; I'ON, Jarn. 1'. The II, i.-
this afternoon by a ,i t f 1 1. I ".
took Represenitative \Vill, t, cenO il, r'.ii
of Maryland, ol, hii-. f,.t ;i t
order that lhe was viilif'it:r tI I' '
dent of the I llited S;? t,.-. .t, : '.i
to let him proceed.
At no time diid Mr. '. ilc Itn .i t,'
President by inaI e but' ti.-' in:,,',,,
wa~ s trtovni'. A '.. : ,e r t' .
es<|Ue de.-ixunatit ,ns II e.! w,-l, '-. "
"ptigmny te '.de 'e.irlat it ." ; i I tI h .
'foun tain of i i t ,
a king," tlo:. in '
and garg4o, *. '


TWO HANDSOME YACHTS

ARRIVE HERE SAuURDAY.


"(reyv Duck" anJ "ldul'" o,' O f


Boston, BuiIt V Murry &
Tregurtha Boat Co.

.,f lK sti i, arrived Stit i: A
nitrt 'i, having I, ton-4 ::-,i.
bV ttie inli'reld rect'it.
S 'Fhe boat-' at',, % -L
I '[1 MI KUck

hail abjcoit44,


winter v6 Iiiic i
Ithe evcI v -ji r-



Bo t h, itr;'' I
A.'r Mr. t


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S:atllrday afternoon L. F. Steere in a
l'ope-Tolcilo touring car with live Orlan-
io, l\lks as passengers, was leisurely re-
turni:;i from New Smyrna when, about
:t i.af i!,ile this side of the great shell
:l.,.n,ta big milch cow which had been
'. i:e'.nt.lliy rowsinig by the road side
lii.it niv elevated her head and fly-
iri;.l n 'd I ,eeoling panic-stricken
'i:cie n el fort to cross the auto path.
The old cow was there first and, prob-
lily "ri:umiiiating" on the old dogpirel,
*TI e i.lI cow, she crossed the road, she
1 .'i. .he (lid sir;
\' tln reason why she crossed the road
S:- t tecaluse she could, she could sir."
t:iuight she 'could continue to
h '.ie road at will. Be this as it
1..k t .e big auto hit the cow broadside
:al ;i l 11 in a heap, the cow under-
I' .t h .Mr. Steer,. big tElks and the Ste Sa
,,ar n t, p"' It is needless to say the
S..'. s; ,'\ .e'r limish then and there.
S:' liartv -saw the futility of trying to
i' "out of thie mix-up in time to reach
'(.'.\I .:-' they walked to the nearest tele-
* i,. ,ri Lni i .lled for K. F. ( swell, who
*. .." '% d I rough;t the party back.
!'. : ;;y ad guoe down to New
!,'.v ,n ev\,,'e ting to t.,ke a train for
Sli, built nml'ed connection and were
i 'trninmg to lDaytona when they were
'.ii victims ,f the accident. This oe-
r :Lre l .iiit !i ve' 'cl(ck and the boys
7.t ;o: i( .IA to'A, an :,,'!ir later,none the
A t L 'ip.
,I :,.' n, 7,o i,:t\ e !icglrefil
S -i.\ : t e at l ent. i'here
*'. il.lta peneld :it ti\r
"*' '. '.J r r.,x 'leeI ..' fuill '.es, the
'4 .. ; i :.d : 'hown ly the
!' r, :: itr r i horri., had five te tts
I: -ii;i,. 1 iriiik for !ive children.
.. ., f.et tall :and the big car
:.: r : t in' tie: ar when it bit hter
,.r : five-foot F -
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; ,' ., p, lank 1 'ilowni
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Mccatis Patterns.


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SNOWWAP

"5 per.Ont.
SMMO 06 AOLL ORM A.
r inr Jut 0113S-hALF TUB
MWeb hld nothing hock.
Ch Inaand takr ckokce at OD cent,

am STUA= SlUL


N 00 PAST. ALWTM

Alligator CGoods.


ONILY
Liens"ejd ~drais t
In th me.


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P incessPumps

ARE THE LATEST SHOES FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.


iIe have them in Kid and White
f. Canvas


S'iNTHONY E


$3,50


IROS.


I" Who are aever ti"e nnle you are.

iiriiiiiiii iiirriiiiiirr iiiiiiiiir


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Janu







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BEACH S1
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iary Sale of


Clothing and Shoes
NOW ON AT


-IE GLOBE

fREET. DAYTONA, FLA.
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Sk-.ABRLLZE. J 1.. -L Zhar
dick hus just c(-pn4)'et-*i a tOAl Ir
huuidr d d-liar .a p:ia\ ru''it at Lz-h 'tue
oa Valley ciu-iltu g t:.t i.at u.g vf
a ('t'r.Dm'ntt fr5i~ t '0a. 1,t-L' -r'A S. i -. T
lar haz. b -u %tr yr J.,'izijtli t Tttid up
Mrs Burhaik..A LJ.. .:i!c ,A-v
p-ortier?. has twet-n hrttng. a-i iitL bar-
SoInme t-.l -trio ilkg t \Ixtifrf- 1 W -
get'. utar ijlurt- aiud fol a- !.e
rntjru is a i t- v UvI. l ll .'Jg~ lt7 '
pro~e' I, .[ItZt 'I t, k- a.i'.r. a
ii' se lieltit H
djill. Mart *u hfit*- :aLa i "b a>
g It. Jera.:.- hd I"'.~
river izzip'r inz--i "i.t--M4' if ".m iav
t -run ..i n a t,',; ,---L ri g 4 t.- .\


cheur. iO.ti L... :, tt rr. in ai..*; I I,'- I


Cu'cic. L.
Miss r.a .: t-. x
ri%.'d fro.nt,\'Nvk Y : 7 3 i k *It LL
'last Wv-vk aa,: A.i A&!; aLi :.' ALT
(one of t .t k 'lrt. Li 44..tI Aj~ a.- -:41
N it-w at ue. Miss I A?. tL
ha--(- Largef tt ii; i- bazst. I i i
uai. i Ia t t -
f dr-b Iia La Itah ti *j J I lv ,i "ta
a' It..- HIucl' r,' ('.-ttui.' %17
Mdrs. P. i' P lM, II Mr -:.jN1-- I
A "t h ia."i;A.V %T-,M A:NU~

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1.ALI I .1A at ,- a
Miss I uc-c 1-sn f~ ~ i l\ &*, I~
Mr ariiMrs. NLa.tr'I .. I % ir t
S.. h: *.atae r.avarI.-
.Mr,. Wakfd Mttd. I... A. .a~


f i
R. C. Adams and K F. Baldwin
were in New Smyrna Sunday.
Chas. McNary was a Daytona vis-
itor from Ormoad Satur :ay.
Seabrook Sam, of Courtenay, was
the guest of W. E. BMllough Thurs-
day.


*AUTOtMOBILE OR CHARrER-Four


vcyninuer bevuP-vurjye, u nour o
trip, call Morgaa House. phone 110.
I Ed Cordis and party made a trip
to New Smyrna Sunday afternoon in'
t'e Cordis machine.
Mr. and Mrs. Thoa. H. White
spent Sunday at Dupont, the guests
Sof U. J. White and family.
i F, SALI--.28 foot power house-
boat. H B. Day, New Smyrna, Fla.
; J. R. Turner. of DeLand, spent
;Sundav with his family who have
been visiting Mrs. Turner's parents
'on North Ridgewood.


i Garth B. Young. the druggist,
Together with his father andr moth-
er, made the New Smyrna trip Sun-
day in Mr. Youung'a car.
R. R. Priest, who has been re-
, ceiving treatment at the Daytona
Hospital has returned to his home
at Ormond.


'-All persons having claims against
D. D. Beekman will please preset
them to the undersigned within /he
next thirty days. All persowr in-
debted to D. i). Beekman will ease
-all1 at thea nffier. nof the inder anedI


TIE WTA PayREVS
?Iabibed eary ewming.except 0un-
day born Dmombvr I to April 1. h%
THE = AZXTT11U-NEwA ('It.
T. 3. FN.rr oaaj..zAn. KdItor-Masw'r.
L" C. DIXIA141M. Ot%' ffdtor.
C. &HARRIS. ('Ir ulntloaa %IMinumv. r.
(108. F. xUorewl. Auprrintcfl-ndtt.
fl~ter~d itis fcond-c'elts maitt.'r I'.
0-Inher 1. Hook. ti~fL~t the Wmplofflee atI
Dartonst. Flit. undte'r ther Act (if
March 3. I1.



BUSERIESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


F. W. POPE
g Attorney and Counsellor at g
Law. U
SPrcttlce In gtatle and Fid-ral Coutits 0
* OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE. g
Telephone %4

T. E. irtLgerald E F. Iat,-
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Special Facilities for Examining iuid
Perfecting Land Titles.
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phonw 12'-

0. A. KLOCK, M. D.,
* PHYSICIAN AND SUtROEON.
A AasmHt.Jl %ith K.M. Ferglson. .'. I).
th,< Eyve,. t' ir. No1t- ;iirl ThrriiP I i !
I ittfc- Hour%: 7 to I :i. itn..l ; ,':,
ind 7 ti '4 p. 0. Phtda -

E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
Tlhr,tt .,iii N, ..
Fourth LDoor West PoaItota c


"So you refuse me adn-itteG." com-"
plained the newly arrived pirit to 0t
Peter. "You turn me off into the co4d.
"No." replied the old ait. 'Ito the
hot."-Boston Transcript.
A Suspicion.
She-How Is it your sister di d no
sing tonight? He-Oh, the doctor nh
forbidden her. He says Ae muu not
sing for six months. She-Does he
live near her?
An error gracefully acknowledged Ib
a victory won.-Gascolgne

S. FIELD
Formerly with ea Br .. Fifth Ave.
mand 3st Street. New Yrk
LADIES' TAILOR,
107 N. Bechb Street. Ne W rthL CONl.
DAYTONA. IrLA.
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FOR CHARTER. Pleasure Yacht
"LL'CILE,"
Forty -t o ft-*-t I \ ,-r :l>I: I1 i ,t Iafti.r d%-fk.I
-'A 't ah% iin",. Hi- i ,'A.rful n'itin'-. and
I'i%% .llii4 ll -lii-: 4t', ll l'3,'lv ,-i lippw4 for
,' %i> t i n llli 13nl '*: ,trP. of F .'. B4 rth
'or purn -o r. 1t1 tut '-" i,'- t.i .-l-'r i 1 eil cook.
'or r-:,'.- i ti: 1 1. 1'.. T ,i f >o. w n.- r.



Automobile ForSalet
Almost New Reo Runabout, i,
wiith Folding Back !
Seat.
WILL AICAkt FOLk PEOPLE A.%NWHERE.
IN FIRUT-i.LASS CONDIT'HN. i


\'.. -: N ;.. Tr fa(;,s Lights Genera-
~u; : '-''.'i. tar? SI .irigs arid ail tools ,
Will be sold at very iow figure.
w 1:t &r.'.rar. I

,,D 1. 1'. (CR OUCH I
I : S'..V \ Ofica', I.) Datuna, lI Fla.
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Jand settle the same.
:t Firz,.'IK.uA. & OAr-. : ROY HOWE, M ). ? ,i;. MILLS Tir
: Physician and Surgeon I ICE CREAM
P ICE CREAM
.miu'uu e'mq-.. Hoair-: lW- dt-ii\r 'all
6'3:;3t to, p. !I'. !clepho n, 175 ; r-
Doingso ThE BEST FOINTAINS Serve ILLSL'
at Daytona
Beach SEABREEZE SANITARIUM ..
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t '% DAN T0NA BEACH, Jan. 18--Pev.
Barze, t1e new I astor, preached to a
j /N b congregation Sunday morning tl-.at
oa'vi tutaxed the seating capacity of the
N1. L. lurchh atid Sunday Sovuool rukin,
ae :,nd extra r ia (,raIr were loruught in Wtc4:a-
Sc.-rn:ndel thc~ preenLt. After service
::i&::% reruI.%ined to ineet thu pmiWr. awid
*e ppe e. ~:u hini to th,.' church Armd c-u.-
u- tu.tv. Th.- subject of tha- d1wuUrre
arn 11 : f.i Urae Thing I Will Do ard I
Li ?EA IIJE II~-Ik a ail"u oiutint rict. to tho:m
NEW -SEASIDE INN
t"'ttii riot to Is' sh~s~i~.-uc Zi
A IF !,N\ 1'. 1)IC'~. 1'. j prt-zv, t a Tui'K ist'atn gra(e or ku*\%-
b!. fu: t'rgettung thr thhihg- that wre
*'.dto. ra.-ici o' for a nL'ab
Ever thing Modern. :u:c !a. a'iiui iiIUal
h I ..- hridiiae tt:eamo.'exer
Homelike and ouniiorlt.ab.o
D)iri.tly on Atlanti LBeah. P1:1 6 v .t..-,.A'iAP feel Ing to cal1 at t :.t
!_5.~a, !i e~elling ti) %t.1c~we faid
Surf Bathing and Fihing. !P' "'t
w .'i.nted wtth the new pastor zsind
V: j- 4 \ .\ and to mtake it a rea! sur-
ft R s par.tb t~v to.i"iIging something. tat-
4 r in-brV tyat the convenience of the
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S.ai tsurdav cailigo un fr,-r-a.Is
Ii i. T!,ut~p~ 4 ais painting igL. fur
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early train[ ia saving snAl
will acquire a habit that wI

valuable in later years.

Resp sility of Starting a CIO

rests on those who love the chIM N
offer the opportunity. Chkdrm's i
especially desired. Four per cet.
compounded quarterly paid in ar
Department. Accounts may be a"
one dollar up.


The Merchants B
A. D. McBRIDE, President. J. B. CONRAD V
F. N. CONRAD, CMhier.


O WELIS A CAL4.


THE BEE HI
Dry Goods.
Ladies' and Gent's Fu nblg Sam
J. W. FULOLHAM. N, wI


Medium and High (r


FIRNITUIRE
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Large Stock at all times.


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0 DR. F. H. H0UiOLH1'-0 N fs Biacksmith and r-arriag.
Shop in connectiolm.
G 'E 0, A. FOYE. Proprietor
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Instant Reli
H EUGENE JOHNSON. M ailed1f*-U,*.
Bicycle Livery.


Bicycle Supplies and k'c pt ir
Couhe and See.
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DAYTONA. SEABREEZtL. ORIOlO) and D.\VTONA I
Ice for Boats Delivered at an. Ih,.k Sacked or LAW
OFFICE- Rear of .Sohantz Plant. 'Pb


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NNF %RF SoLF\ fl[ l I4K f THE
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\~~i~ Ml &l M CO., Furniture.
IllCRHF\I'J-.i:KS COMPANY. [-)rvgoodis.


'illi). [1. Cl \K4K. lr atid r:IJ ftioisI~
ft \\k! %.'I \ha.. ~u.~


Be sure and get your votes in the v

Bush & Safford Piano Contest.

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I. ELLA DEVOY & COMPANY,

Ladies' Hatters,

No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,

Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,

HI3K CLASS G-ODS. LOW PRICES.
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National Wheel
221 South Beach Stre*
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CONTEST


THEE DAILY


NEWS


ANII


THE GiAZEITE-


Give ioo Votes For Every
Dollar paid for


Advertising


or Job Woi k,


But on Subscriptions
give a larger number.


MIER IS A CAUME I EVERY-
so" a SW It, (loe- ONE INTERESTED.
ft IlySor. Thtem- airt
~Ell b~ke vant~ 1(,t~. lert


F VOO-. A 300 OaUon for 1 s&
.OtqmrnL Lae. Michigim.~

. E.. S. HALL
PAidtect and Buildcr.
Ablllw M Palmett Avenue
,.Daytona. friday.


Bach Property
b~ftW of 14 f jr n.I 11Ha.j i itk in
SowOe Aamtoeohll,4- Club IIOu-..


0I6Pit-

kh""IPTIONS
cirM for anrd Deliver
Them..


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SUBSCRIPTION DEPARTMENT.
* I.(,-- One subscription, 500 votes
('l u i, of fi ve subscri options, 4,( 000 votes
Chtl, of ten subscript'ns li,4i ) votes
There is no limit to the number
of clubs each contestant may secure
The subscription price of The
Weekly Gazette-News is $1.50 a
year; The Iaily News is $1.50 for
the season by mail.
nI'll i itt i \~!i%4 li,\ C t i klntitb or frhiLLtH .
'I. I I i ll r i ie st Kre, (litr lr Utlll|a Vi t6e h, Uli-
h,.iltl i ,. l iil 1 h, i- ii prlel tor,,.
Remember! iii 1 SEVEN IDAVS
froii tIhi fiLts fi I. ,tiv.-


; Everything

SPhotographic.
SPECIAL PRICE OF $4.00
I ;PER DOZ. ON

S PATINUM PORTRAITS. i
Ikci eloping s Printl nr thteh
t A-me Spcdt). $

Anderson & Clark !
j.. k B) o|> o ltiIl>t r 11 g


imond or Ormond Beach, i
EITHER IS A DELKiNTFI. PI.ACE_ IN
WHICtI TO OWN OR RENT A HOME.
M w show you sii.( oII1ii. pI:>. i 1 ii I\ \|ii i I ii< i. i i ItIi-"

MACON THORNTON
REAL ESTATE
ORMOND and ORMOND BEACH
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One of Daytoa crowning glories i
her incoiuparable beach. No one wh
ever met foot upon its smooth, packet
aands; no one who ever pedaled a bi
cycle over its expanse; no one who eve
drove a prancing pair of horses and list
ened to the popping of their steel shoe
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo
bile down the broad stretch of wave
washed and surf-packed sand but real.
ised 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.


T Plcid Pdsucid Wtx i 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 Ooking 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
Sobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed p. lican pc ih
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk ti 4g-
gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
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 Ormond bridge to
iPonce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
The Encmanitgly PIcturesque Ridgewood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow fies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunked li\e-oaks extend their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Loo, kiug straight ahead down
this white shell street one has the im-
pression of a fairy path with dfifh dra-
periet. but as you niove along and cast
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plues reports more and better, D)aytona
throws down the pauntlet to the world.
Sqkrdo, PRww, B i md Frlts.
Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve callous one
may be to many things, the mere men-
tion of "aquirrels and flowers, birds and
fruits" will send 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
and 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.


HOTEl, PALM BEACH
Surrounded by warm waters of the Gulf
Stream., rotetra uatst from ALL cold
weather. Its homelike Informality and
moderate rates attractive to those mak-
Ing a long stay. For booklet and rates
address MAIIAGIR Palm Beach.
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Schmidt's Hotel.


The following arrived at Schmidt's
Hotel since Saturday: W. L. Brown,
Louisville, Ky.; J. W. Phillips. Mobile,


Ala.; tG. 11. Mcuireeny, ihos Irving. St.
tIn one yard roses of variegated hIuce. Augustine; I.. Rosinol, Palatka; W. J.
r predominate, another household ha'e \Watl.v, Rochester, N. Y.; Harley Cole,
a penchant for the poillsettia alld l)obbs Ferry, N. Y.; R. Frank Brown,
the premises are aflame; another is hid- W. iI. Zambreskie, Glen Cove, N. Y.;
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety is w. iH. Wallard, Boston; W. H. Baugh,
the spice of life and here is wh.rev you Chatt:tnooga; J. A. Cunningham, Jack-
find it. sonvillc; S. I). Kerney, Plainfield, N. J.:
The birds flit in, and with their joyo),us I:. W. Buchick, tRobt. Brown, J. lead,
notes help to give fullness and symnlel- llirry I{aaial, J. R. Turner, Del.aid;
try to the pictures. I' \y. %.l'.pl.,er, N,.w York.
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits, Dl)a-
tona yields the palm to none for qItialitv
and quantity per acre. There are scoret-
of citrus groves in proximity to tLe city. The Clarendon.
branches bending to the earth kitli their
burdens of luscious golden globes, which ('ol. William Hull. a prominent St.
for beauty, proliflicacy and all desiralle I.oui.- man, returns to The Clarendon for
qualities would truly astonish his fourth season, mu<.h to the delight of
The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out. his l"any friends here.
M. C. Andrus, Miss Cordelia C. An-
The seventh world wonder, do you lrus. l'awlet. Vt.; Miss 1E Almes, East
ask? Come, whether from Missouri i or! I1,'t, Vt., form a pleasant New Eng-
from Maine from Kalamazoo or from lnd party, who are recent comers
Timbuktoo and you will be "Ah,'wnii. Ne. York.rs enjoying a seashore vi.it
Here is where world's records for sipc.d -d having apart...nts at The (laren-
are broken with every recurring season. re Mr. and Mrs C. o ,
Autos the biggest, the fastest and theN. Y.;. Ch areas P. Russell, Utica
finest are on daily parade rand thel g iN. N'.; Mrs. John L. Murray, Miss L. A.
show is as free as the pure artesian i.iI.
water from the thousand flowing wells. i la, t rriva li t includes: Col.
It is a continuous show with co.lstantly nd Mrs. ndit. rookl .
shifting scene.,d". L. Benedict, Brooklyn, VY.:
shifting scene. r. .. \'iton, anov.r. N. I..
Everything goes, from ita 2-l.srsp'ow "'. Mr-. S. (. Pillsbury and Master Pills-
up to a 2UO-horsepower, and :all dlgritcs .irv, %liinnesota: ir. anid Mrs. .A
of speed from a canter to a two-iile-a- .Mr. Lannan is tin of Coluri-
minute cdip. You will prob:,aly catch (hio's capitalists and bankers: W.
the spirit and %hen vo,,u do tle re0.11 f Ies. (harle..ton, S. ('.; F. S. Bent,
and the beach are yours. The ,ii .. .
sunshine is free, yther li v Ii Nework; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. lloil
sunshine is free, the b.tl. 1I' 0( MIi-s Ste-wart, Winnipeg, Minn : Mr
breezes are free, tl ic birds :and iqi irriI- ,'',... ,, an ises ay ,
and tloers are fr'.e, it'- -,'airk:i t L Mr. i I, it
fountain water is fr.t: lil voili \ ill !..L\ % ,, i i i
to go down in your wallet only fi>': ('i i
for thei auto anid Ied aritd1 oartd
Tl'lih is i no fancilui pit itr,: it' :i .


a- ,- i -t to'. i "i L '.A Ul Ii i, L t, ,i,-o i herie. It is (ira\\inig s, thier lIti;:-':,t:I-
left you stee distinguished tingguished C t.ge lo t lll i.. r
in thle niost delightfu sei tings.. ,charm ani hold yoU. otI itl I,%.
See the glistening leaf of the grand : -
magnolia which nature has variii.lied as O010^Or mO fOI O mm
no artist's brush evrr could; and the
cabbage palmn- with th,'ir burdens of A

lovely holly with it- exluisite burry; see K O D A K S ,
th cllintiaig \iu,.s runn iig riot in the Films [)rv Plates.
trees; .-(ethe crrypltogalitilisfornms which "
gain a foothold inu the great oaks and Chemicals,
tlh htati'ly ;alns, and surely you will
join in the chorus aidl ;av titat tlii.s ai Card Mounts,
word .l ,md,.r for tcaut\y. \\0
surpasing eaut ot Our Cottage Homes.FI HI
No one of Dlaytona's attractions, per- uTHE BESI nODAK IINISHINl
haps colllinatid! linore nearly univ\'r.-sal Ul .....i I
attention and prai-e than d,.o, tht, artis- IN T1 I[ CITI
tic cottage. The owners of these charnim-
ing villas hlril from ever corner of the | In Twent- *four Hours
country and they bring their oxn archi-
tectural plans and build upon the'n,and U \\,' i ".,,, ';
as the architecture of oue section of the .
S .N Professional uoods at JackA
country differs froiti the architecture of 0
another so do our homes differ in out- sonvillc PriLes.
ward appearais t arid -tructural beauty
from oine anotlthr. Ther-r are no inonoto- u
nious rows of .tiikinIglv ,iniilar buildings aL esH A S .
obut the eve, as it swveepz byv, i- treated Le s
to a kaleidoscopic change uhitch keps KOD Pl
the mind wondering ''\ hat next j Next ,oor tu H tie
It is i ot only the exterior of miany ,f Prince Geore Hotel. o
PrinceGeorge Hotel,
these honies that rivets attention; ithl- i
in they are models of (onv nit'rie, :nlld : DUA TAroN.. I L(OIKi)A. U
the liishi anid furn isIing give eviden,.e IoI101111O1o0NO* goII I OI


of the elegahnce ald ( Ultivatioim ,,I thi,.-e
who worked it all out. lnd interior a:rrangc.nil'n arid the arti.tlic
furnishing and shadingil, imire than ht,
exterior appearatict L' Iit hat gi :i siirpa s-
ing charli to I)a;it,,:i hlnlitc. 'lhi.-, fea-
tur, justly nit lnt- tpromiini ni l :. e%(nider
nunl,.-r four.
Streets and Pa% emcnts the Most anJ Lkst.


\Vhy lthi Archhiltc If the l\nverse
Stieho'" to give tlo Iayt,,na thr' i'.t :o.- ai-
In Iraltde, the irost 11ictur-s, Uie natural
Setting of all tlihte (itir'- of tih,' South is


I),n'it fail to, see MN 'r ,\
in their great c mineiv \ ict


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MR. FRED MAUfSi, of Sharon Springs, N. Y.,
has arrived with his corps of assistants and opened The CTaren-
don Hath Department to the public.


Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths,
Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths,
Steam Massage.


Given at all hours by the very highest grade of Profeiwional Opera-
tors. The only place south of Washington, D. C., where these baths
may be obtained.


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HOTEL DESPLAND


Daytona. Florida


Now Open for Season 190o8-9.
1.. M. WAITE. Owner and Manager.


( really 'nlartged sincc last. StisAill. Cuisine andi Service Excellent.
Broad Piazz/as on all Sid(I l'veryv Milern ('Ui, venince. Sendl for Booklet.


'4IlI~lls'' %dz.': \ii \Ni i, I-"1K, Pie'uuIN't 'nr, Rhode- Island.


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HIH'tRY SCIImiDU &
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Hotel:


SON, Proprietors,


FLORIDA.


Do-lijchitfal
stuuany Roulpa


George


Hilkard & flolrod. iProprietors,


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THE STILLMAN
DAN FLORIDA,1I). V. STILL..MAN, Proprietor.
4w m, htiL i'sn t V\'o it, 11i11. \i.rtht -n aittm .
T I terms $2.00 and up ird. ccklv Rates on ajpplicit ion. *
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The Rudgesv
A nctmlwr of eu..t! arrived at Tho
~?Ig.~wuodi Saturday ad &doky,
amwag them b-lu tke folluuimg: J F.
4ilmmra&ad pmrtv o tbvi from IW-
minact*. N (C: c.. Miflle, Jacksomviue;
Mr. Susiur.. Mr. Overstree, J. I-(net u-
,4 iH P. Lew. Chwaudo; Wan. Hans-
berM and iue, Charles City, Iowa; Gi.
B. Hawkine. C. Y`. a ipemter, J. AL
Snith. B 1. 1)a],. hulinh; Mr. and
Mm U. I- 1.-suez &rtha
Rffhw, Nst-worL; Mr. and Mr-. Lew
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afllm I w a cosepetled to admlalser
an the antidoe I had b"UU&--I.-
acm &scrm.p Pjnc
The Prince e(iorge.
A Pietw.t emm I Thae f-losi ug arrived at the Pri;:'e
It is sai that ooe of the mos beau- 'Giurve over unday:; Mrs. J. E. Rati'aa
tUW ladies in rems-b hsockty today ksbury Park, N. J., who ha.. large- Kott-
was Am revealed to ber busbuld OR itntenrts at that resort: E. C. Si.men. F
tbe walls of the saklm It was When'
G i Sirrca. htt12ihurv; W. V~ Jt-m~n and
v Wttng the zal*-n n IiT that the
y- Mar quiths de C. ws stie, rudcbk,, by.; P. C Kranaer.
the tniiudisia I.Pauty of a young jj Mr. and Mrs- A W. Kirk. .V!!&tt. G-&,
orPLf th?- IT PDeft figU. in a piC- VcNiI.
tur.r5 4.- a vill&' fete. Her tumbled [leaver, who la-t year t wie defeated
p k..ku hr h daiucin ble eyes the famous expert, Marshall is a r:!e-s
LL- the freskhttL and gracefI bab- for the season at thte- Prijic* (e;Org.. The


duoI .f bf figt so fac-lnated him
that be saniht s,'t the artist and lear
el fr%,m him tbat the -Uttle wItuh"
wia the daughter of a poor Impe nt
near Avranche. where the pi-ture ms
faatnted_ To seek out the Ipeaant and
to na-ke the a-quaintance of hi faa-
chttlng daughter. child of nine sum-
mera. was ks. acco"plhhed. and the
aarquls kvt his beart even more com-
jItely to the real than to the pictured
maid& With the father' approval be
had the girl educated at one of the
bert school ia Paisrt and abm year
later, e her elg;teentb brtbday, the
maid of the village fete bloomed
tato the atll more lovely Marquise
deC.
Iv4y Jelly.
1e Jy yas lagularly pale. It al-
most rembed junket.
-t bi Ivory )ely," said the Invalid
"My Entzish oabtins sent me a case
f It ftrn,u Sbefel."
-But shy b it called Ivory. jellyr
they inquired
-Precte1y t-atse It Is made of Ivo-
ry. A third uf Efaglaud' ivory Cues to
hffimeK. and in the roc-ess of grind
lug and -uttLini It f.r knife handles.
and o frth. a A.t of Ivory dust re-
mairn. a fine duot. similar to the beat
fkmr. Of thit the Sbefield folk have
made jelly for many years
-The Jelly for siswe reason Is nour-
shlafg. extremely so. The doctors pre-
e-rilte It for the tnaemic. And of late.
a BShfitid firm tas taken to manufac-
turiug It on a ]arpe -ale. Sheffield
Ivory )elly Is now on the market.
-tbut (of corunuy to my coNusins 1
trkid it. T- LLr surprise I fo.utbd It
-omed My dl.'tor. saaiplin Itt. found I:
gtod to<. Hle th-J me to take the a b.},)
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Fr ovr,,'L i"_;rLuL e utb..z- e.-.._uwr
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Parents' H;.rs and Heirs.
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..*.r u:-' b.Je-d cLi.-raa. but the
k4'.*- "'f kur~y 16Ldr arr s~gtiz. 1w..,
tr-. L..-.-1 LAy Lave ch"*.
%xt-LLrk b -rtktr sralgl L iry ..
curlr Liir. but tb, pN'IaIrt~iocfl c. urly
.ired vff%-rl:.C w tcl pr vrv-alt~ be hiflrge.
- A uwrk-an Nb~ru ralist.

The "ostep.
AL? ru~.deirsare "W dto "& e
I*r Ut .e wLb tbeui the k'&ter.
aal. nooor. L~g t4 ler. Cantiur e. their


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doctor has 13-t-d a nuwober of g-neS
with cbeb sexpertz of that city, and
has always come out the sinner. Dr
MaerNeis will meet all coners and will be
gad to try a .eme with anvoroe who
kztoss anything at a&! ab-lut the gainc.

IDath of Miss Eva J. RoIzien.
ML-s L- a J. J.Rou iee. daughter c4i Mr.
anDkMr& Vs F. W Fl DtZjt-t, f th. city.
died S'unday nhor'!ii-g t Wt-t Pal:a
Beach vf appendici:>-
Him Hotzien. she, wa. !,ut 23 vf-., r,:
age, went rfrom ttiib pl-ice to West Padit
&t--il aboUt t 'i- %i i-'A.L--U
after htr arrri%&AJi As tjLen ii i H
iandeN. with b wbm feu:i ilv shh: w&:.- a
t'a- tiTnf-, pro% LdLd fur .' r thr -r c:
care x- nd it-. %&s e-ateJ i two i.j~jjj.
aent ph, Sic.ani *4rj *.;.. Anj,**r as
jerfornied iriday Y.:rLr. r t ;..t ~ur-
vbwd vylv until SunDl.
H'-r father. W. F. Rltz"iL
lir during her iALI~t:-...'.1 i u )c r
moritd 'by tek-grasp' % u Sk L: v
stihi tie brought t., J.- I 1 A.A

The tunt-rz.'s
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Minor Vic Yt,
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Pnr.u,-ingThr DbtinwCobetmdedAet
Mowdsy and Tueday
The Tramp Philosopher

NEW PICLRES:
The Countess' Wedding
Day.
"Kegging" Catching a
Tartar.


The Young People
Spooning.


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BOWLING ALLEY.


The unoit popular
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Slulgitig fru, the arrivals of
:a t~lts at i he Citv Hotel, business
u'i-t he good. There were eighteen
S!ir.ti..y :j d ,iuletoen Ftiday. aiid
D1a,,"' ovs tiexe are more in tikc


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-A 1 k. S-H CHAIM-k Sour-
.nint-r t-mpi, &-Durvea. hour
riv*. ccaii Morirzan House. phone I 1-'' 1. ET > i'
w enrt wece some queer ukiug To......
* j: Upd U1 at the Gruber N
rP.ceFriday. Two cf the
I. 1ayaiese build and ink-
S r' ti~at (c.unt xv. They are
Le tiLe property (*4 -
f~ -iwi witr of the fine honi- YAKER \
which is now at
.VW,- thouh hrav their
i-%h1xer Oxy t!.C %.re in tow of an
leave Gardiner's Art1
Nli-. i -t'-ir the Etverglades
irdct~. Iin ( garage, cars skred
V(-1Wtlk. -vlin er, even-2 Store
I'e; W: `, Ic a: ;I i i u r-i ai nger it
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Se I ,-n,- it ualks -, a 'airview
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TO-NIGHT!
Complete Cbme ao Prenf
Every Night.

Attractive Pictures Well Worth
Seeing:
A Trip To Soudan,
The Fat Baby,
Lover's III Luck.
Flute Solo-Prof. Nicola
Mariano.
M usic-Neapolitan Trio.

Matinee Saturday, 4:30 p. m.

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.Admission 10 cents.
I Dors open at 7 00 p. m.


BILLIARDS AND POOL.
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W.I. IlDioglas is in the city from :

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:1 'igtov aui7. ij 'n0mubille t. tr v the
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rl. ri. s~fl nt~i ie3i Thursday
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Diamond Tires, Boeth Ma.gmwet
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