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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 19, 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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DAYrONA. PIONKA. TUEAY, JANUARY 9,1908


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AL A L '$ID I


SHL..TL.1 jNE tL--::.. N.ARKj Right 5Goods at S1.
~BICGC. BLDPrV f won Q lf O CCOIIRS Right Pricesg u a~ .
CorVATM P. H. as za Cal smabam mmd tbwe
I I a et V YBeVowJewelers. 3
Nea..f. sad Office: Northmsst rAmk the bwL
Ridg*%%oor~d and Voluasl. I a a wAbV~E i FnT~-Fnn)~fdGIYIIIDSd.e
Corerbone ad221a XANOUA, AVENUEEIsI FM" L. H.. ROWE & CO. I a GIV=IECL
L=m r uu mmm,


HIgib School
L MM a


0W1.320
618,520
442,150


OVER THE LINE.


Repwis;


ler Fall
miw Tuulss


d emiu from th-
b IM i dot of their-
od N NrIth Florida re-
i "ns" a IUttk light and it
I md ..o op io that
4sf tiOe w wxpected-
1 0, !the West Indies
b8th and working

L.- M hasjjut returned
Ser re be wect oul
be ri V rt- the old
Lm PMlmeood, and th-.
l M e tl ayting fbut opti

hisso kik coming. She
urimarmlly early and
S IArt. She is perceati-
4u55@L albonbt haas't
do etly arrivals .ee ied

Sthee are more llutmono-
amiuil n i nee ever here be
i le m season and there u-
Sanopn carnival billed
&04 MarchA, w guarnt -sl their
r0d ado that they will b
Inf other as trhe l eAvu ad-

mof the hotels are now enter-
Ilmm to t.' liuiit of leit
ad allU are showing in(reasedl
day by day-
t hbrometer which serves'
,.e presesce of the tourist is tOwe
Postmlter Smith says this
ia running a head of pre

gt SchLooil sows several n,,,re
wor in attendance at thi.-
emr.
i touring (tr in a twlve,
I to Port (Orangte yesterday
ane*fifteen autorunioloiles. A;!
Ws" serve to sthoWu that I al t
labremofd ti' lrt-I.I, alld

E.1klIo o disputing thit fIct tihat
>a__i m labieach and her
driveways arc the chief at-
It i draw and hold the lhiI
1 touristt travel.


3uazway Accident.
h -r- hBm mday whl:e ;. a'- '1r:-
NAigU into hiby:.rd 0oii S,.ui.
4l411r the horse aplltrictii.
IW at tte flowing w-lIl uid ii.

Mr. Lindburp, out The
Rgn I" up Beach tic,-t un.tit
L If avenue 'Wit Ii twet!c (l i'l'
Sa palmettA treev aled ttie :
:9 being Captured a h I I fi i
km Ism-ii street.
nirit ,,nougilt tliat Mi I i, -
Ni-el s serious injuriac. :ttiad
slwasl al called Iliut frills,
iLpOd a temporary li.rn
id Mr. hlidbmei t.ilSi,
L Ua was at work an i .i W.t1-

IId a whetel S"Ierl-e -i" Id
mor damage.
EF --


OF THE





Presents His Annual Report To
Miners' Association And Tries


To J'stify Himmself.


amSCE "IFl mI I EhT.


I[R I'nltd Pre-ss.]
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind, Jan. 19-
President Lewis, of the United Mine
Workers, presented his annual report
today to the Miner's Convention. The
report did not contain the expected
"lire." Iewie reqwsts an investigation
of his actLs and loudly points to the fact
that tni't is the first time in the history
of the miners' organization when they
trinl depre.sslon. The strike in the
Merer district of Pennsylvania, Lewis
(,limiu-,E, iith the assertion that he did
Inot elncoiurage it for five reasons, any
ote of which t sufficient.



MRS. STANLEY


IS DYING.


At tih tiint i of going to pres- Mr-.,
Mary I. Stan +y of South Palmetto
avenue, is not expected by her physician.
Ir. Stewart, to live through the day.
Mrs. Stanley came to Daytona 2ti year:-
ago fron ('clor:ado Springs, is 4 years
old. and i. survived only by a daughter-
iu-lau.


THE SULTAN


COMPLAINING.
It "t O


i H I'Uiltt'd l'r.-'c.
S'o\S .ANTI NOPLL. Jan 19.-Anr
tlicial adlliniijo, was made today that
Sult an Altdul 11aaid is indisposed. The
%overt.itie'ltt fftti.Ails announce that the
ruler's il'ln.-s i- iot alarming, but the
people -u.-{>(p. t t e i in a serious condi-
tion 1;c\ ve\ r.



ARRESTED


IN OKLAHOMA

l, lt' ut i 1'
1 HilE1 ikia Jail. 19# TI.'- ,.t-
oi! s, cit b 'ei,,i", tihe Ne. \ .'t,,k at-
tl.. ou .c'ia -,''t 'i :t- hlt li S aw rraint
- ,,ri, ot, 1' ,, .ilaskeli charging
V T1 1 U \ '0', c .i,.' i;i t~ ',It c1i1, Micn-


ign t"'his P'titiol.

II ~ t t ~".e, .izcgfoer better

h'~ e., :,: thy~ .I ac\ I k-Itt~IoeIduar-
uzig C> v', k, Ir I l igriatu-t of inter-


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SPRIGHTLY


Morton Reed Passes t8th Mile-
stone And Looks (ood ['or
Many' 'ears More.
"Mort" I eed, wa- l. -l l ,lrr ftictid- are'
wont to (iall hilm. 'c,- thie tc.io.sure of
all eyes yesterday at tl! Tv l' o uIcise.
A frieiind recalled the fact t!h:t t.e a.- toe
numiiwter another nmilo stoin,. ,-, hI i- rin'rid
took the "tip," ,rcl.,:j' J s-tirlii-cs foo
him and tialtde a c-cle.lati l 4 ,f hi- ,til
anuivt-rsary.
Mr. arid Mrs. andl Mi-s 1.t, liki.s -.nt
hini a huge trluter ef eighthy-eight
maguilic'nt ro,aes f:otti Silver leathi
the Italian striin iig ai d -enr'iladed at tht
nootin hour, -it upper tht, ladii's I).e-
sentted hilnL Aith l -k T-t : i:i;p 'r ,i -i
cake. something i .-s t.;iTi ,-i-litv i-ighr
lavcrs, anid with t fCtl\ oitc. b-:>iiitly
burning caudle'- I s'i i.uLti;2 it, inidi-
eating that hIe ia a.- l,: ihit n.!I sl:i,: iiliv
als miost lbo\i \%i,'%icc the% att..iiI their
mliaj rit Ii ti, e\ itir:i. i, -1 ;\ IIn,
were concludetd ie tme .' ri. rl, r \ i; :, .-
sic, speechllinkilng iand '. i :.I>-usw ,':I
tion-.
llere i a -trikitl,: ,+\ ii i -! :.. :. ,
thal t -,crilpture+, \ m ,. I -:t -,L I :i, ".
father arid thy liii.'i t !' -\ -
may be long, cti


Neete the fact t-- \` ,.
Ales4tuinic I t ic tl'c IT,. i J-
bwco nltii c~i I. -. ar- tx.
4riseb early. :at cx-Va. -c., .--
l hat KIA-1.
grat e-fud ,Ii -lthi I -'' in 1k -~ k-

little r:
body ,tre c. i ilr-rj\J~j
o f ri-ci Site'' 1e~ 'cL- I. '4 ',- '.
for nacixaz uinte-r- iV i7e- 2- ,
stalict-s -c:1easl !. I 1.I eW 2 -t


ROBERT RI LEE,

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Ilc'li-t- arc.( tiarilrv-tituz l)II.Il~e-- .I A 1- i

UII 1a1J I fui f l k cJ4the i.v 1) t tis I
tivf-I-at X f t Ict :

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1ccr p I L, t I Icc I-c' e I
ch:. ft ,it.


TAX ASS[S~OR'S
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DAYTONA HI6H SCHOOlG 60ES


STILL FARTHER AHEAD.


Rlac gettingg Closer Outside of
I)a toa I)on't Forget The


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v' k lt gl ii ic l lian

ihut tft(,r Iid

i clt.' tilev bull,

t h i (jilt.cI e iii. '
.L I. ~k2de- 5il't 5 1 (


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tII Ilntil5 :, and Fiihing Iri p.


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BUR


GOYNE IA REMAIKAE


DROPS IN SEASON


$500 BY WIRE FOR GIEEW


"W. H. Peters, Daytona: Chip in
$500 For Me Toward The Au=
tomoLile Races.


rhe Truck Gardens In Western


Suburbs A Feast For


The Eye.


MAILED CHECK. C. G. BURGOYN[. A LOOK IN ON LEON DESPlAD.


Such was t, antlno'uie 'i:;.e lit !i,it .',;
out from tlie electric ti, krsi .I' t l:.
W western I limn ,fi-i,. lust ti .lt. trt l M%.
Peter's face tbroadener-l intv l : -!:.!,i' of
satisfaction, which c-prra.i t, m::;irV
other faces as the i (rd \.i ;'a:t:.--ed
along e-ac-h .-t rvet.
So h and leoi ,' :uenii d 'n T ''c I ',;
bution dropl d int, Ite l:, : ,,i h i i. it ',
wholly nexp-ched and;:iiil l 1i -, Ii, t,',i. \\:t-
sutffi'ient. ju.Atilic:atti'01 ftri :it 1: tl,-. ,- -titic
burst i>f ilith!lI>i;i>lii 'n % li ': T ily i i.,-
/.zei.. .taking a lively iii:.-r,- !' ti .;" -
gress of the race cairnivtl \\ il; Ii ;n
Mr. Bur pose of being prIcr'it :' '' .' :i
year, though his I):ivti:ti f; i,-:. ', :i.!
give himn a roy;il w\vl: ,:e ; I.\ iil
rejoici- to ,ee ; t littl,- i i '. .'- !'.I%,
up l(eacih street. a. t Q:,l l .- !i i .;I
donation shows that I!e,\! :;' i ii,-
miake-lp (this is a gocicl pri:r, it rm
there i. :i tender I'pt f,,r t!,:c ;i tir-
e.
:t-far and sees hteir ti' tiri- '!" .;i ',
boost an enterprise :i aiil-l .tc s *ti.,!s.
the inclinationi to c''iiir t, !., l'-i>;;, i.-
irresistible.
This uni-xl),' dchcl c-'i Vr : 'i' i 'i
tlhe race tin-.t a dleijidli ite -t :oA1i s i.
the' solicitors and etlti/cik. :s : -.,' i, '.1 in;
tine fettle. l'.vcrything i'.itaiilii ;.
th"e pIro iaeCl Icig r:irirnI i'iit :;' ':tki!
-in a n '.- ate tint, ait f ''!li "!r .; ,Ii [
thf, iiate for the' i,,ii i i';i i T: T-t
t'a-ici in thc \\ ejrli t h t .- rv'.'
ti(,n of ;i g If a sc"re '" >, (,f in ,' ii '
ha.d cejie i d, i 1 i c: ii
chiillKS of 5 (" ,1; i!. : ,i I ,i C
trib ttions that ,. : ,
would have pr,. ;,', j i '
from, thie b(t',-n,:;
A ri:ing ', i t:,., ,- ,
tnle d ,i r,', : i t i' i ,: ". < I .' '
grJW ',,-.-'.


NOW TURKEY


IS QUAKING.
r tP


i- f .-

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It i. \wexI worth a trip out almost any
-t''-e't into thle western suburbs to se
t!i lH iouri.-hing condition of the truck
patches.l
A I Dailv News man took a stroll out
Nl.grnolia avl\enue and found Leon Die-
il'l 5clid l,king a typical "hayseed," well
ticr:1;/l aindl hard at work. Mr. Ds.-
;l:Ttici nildi helpers were picking and
1r:iiiilg .stiawlwrries and they had some
:i. liindsome fruit as the Daily News
!;:i.i cV ," sawv. It was large, rich in
,c:w,' ;:ti;el of delightful flavor.
M.r. I),spilaInd is growing a berry he.
ii!- tlie hlondike, with which he is
,i.e,itly pleased. A large patch set a
littlhI less than three' months ago show
ulp ex-celdingly well and are bearing
al'.idanitly of choice fruit. He was
-hippng it at 75e4 per cIiart.
lIi. exhiibited w ith pride another patch,
thel iarietyv not yet, namried, which has
i. .t vt .tirn -e.t quite six weeks and he
i- ti!in a i ,rinkling of berries frorm it
a.I-,,. ITiis is a remarkable showing and
:i;i ai hiev\nit.cent few bt)cides Mr. L*-s-
I;:iii ,could accilomplish.
lil- hai: thrifty and promising patches
i f ii r, 1 ttuc, ce, lery, cabbage', cauli-
::'.-'r p'iiiips, carrot, etc.
lPi vi:-itor dli.scovered that Mr. IDe-
cI.tuel i.' ,luite a chicken fancier and his
prenrisees.were noisy with cackles and
c'cek-a-doodle-doos. He had over 700.
al,out 301. of which ranged in size from
.lv hatcl, ed up to broilers.
Ile Vi. p[)ait.ia; til the Rhode IsJan I
! *i-. II', thinks- they are the bestwin-
: : ,;i ,r'- f,r Plecridit and he is selling
I. '. .-' Ie gts 'it .0c per d#,zen. IIe
, .- ;,. '.ry haned.1scie petis of the

ir .N I '' r Mr. HI-.-plinati's -uterpr ise,
,' ,. tiiltv anii resclrc't fuli-,-'
i. t, h iit hie et ridi,, a a.- pl ,
S i -trit.! tth ir friitfuliit-a.


SOVERMAN


IS SENATOR.


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OCTOGENARIAN IN HONOR OF

AT THE TROY HOUSE. H


he Vote As It Stood Saturday Evening
IN THE BUSH & SAFFORD "lN \)NO C(NtST.


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~SALT -
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~'srZ~ Pattus.W


Temr EB


wB N*WJ-MUA


50 per cent.

M" -j OKWE-ALl m2
?SU. W. %af nmtbtag bek-
'Isi-- fs MlEaL ifl
~11 Am a AmW cbakw~tl.S
-Lrh iinlrlcds )r

E'se STAJII msiK


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ONILY

U~lft go d


ae.- i...'s... I
-d o rsoy dlm,


WARM DAYS

ME VN TIRED FEET*

ud that meas Anthony Comfort Shoes
WE FIT THEM RIGHT.


ANTHONY


BROS.


Whoa mevus m Intised uem you are.


I ELLA DEVOY i COMPANY,

Ladies' Hatters,

No. 6 SOLTH BEACH STREET,

Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,

HIG3tH CLASS GOODS. LOW PRICES.





January Sale of


Clothing and Shoes
_- NOW ON AT


THE


BE AC H


STREET,


GLOBE


DANTONA,


V ELR Alti..an hm returned from
Miami where be went to report for
duty on the jury in the Federal
Court. Mr. Alutmnan haa been ex-
Scused from further duty because of
businessm.
9 AnTelK.BILE B4 CHARTER-FOur
Cylinder Stevens-Darym hour or
tripn. call Morgan Houae. phone 11).


Mrs Martha C. Clark. of St. Paul
Minn arrived Saturday and is with
her friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
Hunnewell, at Daytona Beach. Mrs.
;Clark last winter occupied one of
the L Thompson cottages.

F R SALE-28 foot powerhouse-
boat. H. B. Dar. New Smyrna, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Holmee re-
t irned Saturday from a week or
more spent at Mound Grove. as a
change for Mra. Holmep, who was
n t feeling well. but fels very
m 1ch benefitted by the ouing.

\W. B. Hrokaw rame in Saturday
an.] is stopping with his brother. A.
K. Brokaw. and family, on Fairriew
aven ue, for a few days. Mr. Brokaw
is agent for the Citfizen Life Insur-
ance Company of Louisville, Ky.,
and makes his headquarters at De
Lanl.
Al1 persons bhavingclaimns against
D. D. Beekman will please present
them to the undersigned within the
, next thirty days. All persons in-
debted to D. P. Beekman will please
call at the office of the undersigned
I anui settle the same.
i3t FITZGERALD A OATES.


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L!lAYT#.NA BEACH. Jwn. 19-Wi]. 8
4c~ f J : :. ia ,) Clarey, prorrin.-ot
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-I 'i~ A~riito, ~oMain., who art-
*V -rr ; :r &st!. nay nade tezd v


M.--. A; be: T.dd, who iias been under
L' -.T.. A. Dii;'.:-Z*: -r'atmnet fur s'versl
-d.. ~ ~ : ye-U.rdav, where.
*,, -:.-*'A.. -%N v l :he -rPem.nder ,f the


NEW SEASIE I NN


It at R\


Ev'er thing Modern.
Hometlike and %>mornirtahle.
D)irer.tlv on ktlanti,. Bea.h.
Surf Bathing and Fe.hing.
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HORACE S
: A .I A


SURF


TEWART
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-. ..c~z.; m-r4.Lu~j Thed4I-..
-Arv' gr. -.teu a -ulddIg permit !
r ~ Apremi-. At t..
-:'..- :r.ee:;:.~ wsrrants were Jrawn f..
~:.;..:r'~-- ;n ?jutstv-.-,ing Wadf
V, AM..Vr:-e. granpI6on cf M 7-
-: ir ~!A I .s~st W%.'"kar. d s
i '~i :.e :iu winnti b.sgraaduiotbr
:ts*.t graluatte'] fro~n t!.e

&L. wife,
H. H. Nasbaum ammd wife, Mid-
.. I !.&r, s rerit arrlvius at the
H-use. whichhold!. ithold- owu
4 '-fur popuiarity.

%tr- at Davtna )nBeach t


LK...3 R 1A I ~ u..r- yr~e-ten Iak~~nj


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Z'5e Srrmn cc's Yjsena
,Yo~bree.rc. rorvda'.

4- .' .
'a\


after the-
odUseay rL
tAA a V 'I ,


A "I-(Id tbr pvmit r tit s
I .T we-re '.4 The Bern-
-:?.:..t n I rioa.


!)rthi i 2~1..da~c'nA :eiver-
, haSs i a Surf Cr-t
:z. it' Af t St athrday la!:af->
a A I IoCu. ii


THE WHITE HOUSE CfOTTAGES,


puabnwd oewe 7 e ng. e4KIrpt sun-
day. bmw IDmvmmwr I to April 1. br
THEL GAZETTE-XRWS 4 -4 .
T. L 7rLWM.AIJ.Z Bdior-3iunnC-r.
I. C. DI)ARM CUt' editor.
C. O. H.murs. t'Itculat u Mnn,,!'r.
ago. P. roors. suwrIntemi'-1lt.
ZEntcvd a &o wnd-ls Wallltsr It--
ewmt*r 1. Iow. at tht p&*xt&ifflc" .4i
Daylons. Fla. uudtfr th, -%k,! o 1,


BUSMNLS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS'


* 0
S F. W. POPE
S
Attorney and Counsellor at
2 Law. U
SPrciIct-- In t tati< and I'-ul-ra: Cr*ir;-
S OfFRCE OVER POSTOFFICE.
Telepbonw '4

T. E. Fltzgerald F w it'-
FITZGERALD & GATES
Attorneys amd Counsellors at La%
Special Facilities for Examinmnn -:ii
Perfecting Land Til!e".
Office in Conrad Building. P
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o 3. A. KLOCK, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SLRGEOSN.
S4.Abizmt.l wrlth K.M. FcrYuS4U, 1. t).
I rr~peruilc all*-ntton Ltiv-s. *< : i- i~ '
the E r--. Kr. N-'- :i".i T';i ": i
L MZFitlfinl t i -
1 tfi .- Hour-,: 7 l a mnd 7 to p. in. -

E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
K~ <-;n. ;ilt*-nt:- )n TcO IIic ; -
Th rtut :i.ri. N<>~-.
FourtL DeNW cst Potttkice
Ptjou* ':'* '


ROY HOWE. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
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P. !11 Tclcphn-mic 171


SEABREEZE SANITARIUM.
OCEA4 B
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C. C. BOHIANNON.
D0
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(IlNUER
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Importeoi
but is made
in [)a tima
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DAYTONA. F"lA


FOR CUARTER. Pasuv Yacmt
6*"LE9E,"
Fort 't-tuof Ir.. ovr aII: 11 ftt atterdeck.
with :awnlnlg. Hw, poserlul englnr %and
tuto -auall il- !.o; t-onq I ir ..-quippd fW
inimut waitlli-rH1r of 10. ~ K.C. Brrth
for Swrt& to(, f(bur iw-4dev- -tigine-9r r and co*C.
Ffwr -"t-.. ppi to H. V. TlouPa0!(. 4owew1.
Mhimi, Nip.. I,a-iyuti.n. Fln.


Auto&ohileForwal
Almost New Reo Runabout.
% ith Folding Back
Seat.
WILL CAWUWW FqWII PEOPLE A.Nt WtERE.


IN F IRST, %;LAS S,;OMHWN.
\* .-: N Titn- 'his T.iights Genera-
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W ill be sold at very low figure.


',L*:. F. CROUCH,
r'v Neus Office Daytona, Fla.


T rwi -.I WILLS Thinkof
ICE CREAM
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-juart o r nwo",
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STHE SPOT CASH GROCERY
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Blacksmith and Cawriag.
Shop in Connection.
CEO. A. FOYK. Proipritor


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Accounts of a I

Every cd shu hanve
colut The cUd w"b7

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wiE acSir a habit thatu
valuable i later years.

Respomasibiity of Starttt C


rests on those who love the dc-
offer the opportunity. C0ir Wm
especially desired. Four per cm
compounded quarterly paid In a
Department. Accounts may be q
one dollar up.


The Merchants E
A. D. MWBRIDE, President- J. B. CONXA
F. N. CONRAD, CahiTer.


THE BEE
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Ladies' and Gent's Fmuiut
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DAYTONA, SEABREEZE. OR.MOi)N and DAVTOM
Ice for Boats Delivered at any 'iek Sacked e4
OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant.
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ARCHITECT I.
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Kurun ILA.K.LE LWE ARE SOLE \ booese @*s**-o some -ii Famous Royal Scarlet and Curtis Bros. L

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AUTTOMOBILE


GARAOE


S. B. GREEN
Propi ietor


By tb N-er, Di. ar t .

Columbia Racycle,
Liver Johl o an
National Wheelt
I222 south Beach Street
3 Opposite Yacht Club


Our All-Havana Smoken are
Specialty-lurget and bet
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rAL CSTATfE Co.4-.PNY. Ow
I1!IAM S.LDAYTON.
IL T. McCULLAN. Owner.


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PIANO


CONTEST


THE DAILY


NEWS


ANI,


THE GAZETTE-


)nders


Dmy 8'm m Oc- SMM6.
One of Daytonai, crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
everset foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one. who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of hores and list-
ered to the popping of their steel shoes
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-
Sied that it is a world-beater, a world-
wonder. (;o 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 modem
wonders.


The Placid. Pelucd Halifax Rver.


aNj W Where think you is water with more
I NEWS picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta
Give ioo Votes For Every tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
e randa's looking out upon her bosom,
Dollar paid for gamey food fishes in eountle.s numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
l ,. .s *and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
A VertiSing and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
or Jonh VW i k bobbing upon her waves; watch that
9 lubberly old white headed pelican pc -'h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk sti .g-
But on Subscriptions gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
give a larger number See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
ff ERE i A MF f11 FVERY with refreshments both solid an -liquid
Svready for a cruise upon her beautiful
AON INiTERESTF. surface Take out your field glass and
OUEL TlE Dll ,LlL sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say


L ----iW U A I-o.' I*lotio,, I, II SUBSCRIPTION DEPARTMENT.
VOb r- pricWSO. addre'"
W '. L' W O n. O ltr'Ol Inek,. M.lcli:,, 1,- ( sub,'ription, 51 )votes
Ss i l 'l t ubof fi v ,e subsript ions, 44.( MJvotes
i iuth o,f ten subscript'ns II .twN0 votes


&D house I1 14 r4 iflmo-: Im.I'
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101. am rthe Aultimnulsiqtk 'hids It
Imrom rat atin rK*Is 1,1 ton e*t'.' %Ir:-.
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PRESCRIPTIONS
We cal for and Deliver

Sto Nohem.




JWM Telephione to No. 48.


We will do
the rest.


1'lier i is io limit to the number
I of c('lulis ach contestant may secure


i The subscription price of The
- Weeklv (iazette-News is $1.50 a
'year; The Daily News is $1.50 for
tv I the season by mail.
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remember! AI,,",iSEVEN t&*I's
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EverythingE

Photographic.


SP'tiCI I. PRICE OF $4.00
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PLATINUM PORTRAITS.
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SOrmond or Ormond Beach, I
EITHER IS A D)EIl(iHTFLIL PL.ACl IN '
WHICH TO OWN (OR RKINT hOMt. j
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MACON THORNTON
REAL ESTATE

ORMOND and ORMOND BEACH


Truck Lands.


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beauty and a joy forever,
the modern wonders.


a thing of
and one of


The Enchantingly Picturesque kidRgeood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon tix' crest ,of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow ties,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunksid liv,-oaks extend their
giant arniis across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish mossi
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. I.ooking st right ahead dot n
this whit' .-hell st"-'t onur' ihas th't. iiin-
pres.ion of a fairy path %\%ith Iti.-i dra-
peries, but as y'ou .niov\- along and cast
vIn e've first to thr, rilhit andi ilri to tlhi,


Space reports more and better; iaytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
SqLnlIs, rwor.. Sis s d PFrits.
Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve callous one
may be to many things, the mere men-
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and


HOTEL PALM BEA
Surrounded by warm waters of li
Stream. Protect Uests from A Al
weather. Its homelike InformalllI
moderate rates attractive to those I
Ing a long stay. For booklet and
address MAlAOGKR Palm Bei


LCH
Gulf
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I 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 NEWS OFTHE HOTU
* and accept jour gift. He wfll sit bolt OF TH HOTEL
upright and gnaw into the meat, casting
i furtive, saucy glances at you meanwhile. __
Flowers! Usually fresh and blooming ,
the year 'round. You are reminded of The Ridgewood.
Goldsmith's couplet where The Ridgewood's late arrivals are:
Smiling spring its earliest visit paid Mrs S. Gimbell, Vincennes, Ind.; Elliem
And seymmers lingering blossoms are lHe!cher and wife, F. S Newcomb, Theo-
dore Newcomnb, New London, Conn.,
In one yard roses of variagated hues a:nd E. Buzzell, of New York, were
predominate, another household hate. among the guests that arrived! at The
a penchant for the poinsettia and [Iilge,.%oo,d on Monday.
the premises are aflame; another is hid-
den in a jungle of tall cane. Variety is
the spice of life and here is wh,,rE you Schmidt's Hotel.
find it.
The birds flit in, and with their joyous Tha late arrivals at Schmidt's are: G.
notes help to give fullness and synmne- : L.arlrg, Jacksonville; W. R. Bonaclar,
try to the picture. iTaiupa; A. ii. French, Washington, I).
As for fruits, choice citrus fruits,. I)a- C.; J. L. Ringham, Palatka; C. A. Miles.
tona yields the palm to none for lkialitv Jacksouville; G. H. McGreery. St. Au-
and quantity per acre. There are sores gustine; Bert Fish, DeLand; B. Frank-
of citrus groves in proximity to the cit. berg; l. F. Leipert, Toledo 0.; W.
branches bending to the earth with tlheiir C. Snith. Miss Nellie Smith, Memphis;
burdens of luscious golden globes, whlhili \A. A.. ,.J'rey, New York.
for beauty, proliflicacy and all desirable
qualities would truly astonisTh
The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out. The espland.


The seventh world wonder, do o.. -""Sg the Inw arrivals at the l)es-
,"iI, M dav were: Mr. and Mr-.
ask? Come, whether from Missouri or and "e rg" A.
from Maine from Kalamazoo or from uluth and A
: ,, \\oa\,.r and Mrs. M I, Weaver, uf New
Fimbuktoo and you will be "shown.nd Mr. L. Weaver, of New
S,,rk.
Here is where world's records for spee(C
are broken with every recurring s.ason. C. apx1" n. and w-iff ew York.
.. .. ...ge-ts at)The hspland, wre dou n to
Xutoe the biggest, the fastest :and the iie-ts at The I fPlsin, wTre orn to
finest are on daily parade and the bit ,!' I"it '-oing, o f)-iog. They "r-ugt
show is as free as the pure art l Ii of r fort l
water from the tiiousand flowing w\v ll-
It is a continuous show with 'constant ly
shifting scene. T he Prince (George.
Everything goes, from ;i t2-lio)sep.>\-- r T"i : irtvals at The Prince (;eorge oti
up to a 200-horsl.(ower, and all l& gr M, ,lxiy wre arai A. Stewart, Avou-
of speed from a canter to a tw\o-tiiN'-a- i )-ltt'-Sa. N.) \ .; Caroline Stewart,
minute clip. oY wiil pii,,Iibly (':itc IL r:al.,o, Wi' ; K S. Walker, Monro.
tie spirit a d n" l n you d i l tl- ra ,i ., ad.i 1'. HarrultI, of Arinericus, Ga.
and the bealh are yours. tit' l rid'l Ti e ',st at The -'rince (.eorge e.i-
sunsl."ine is free, tlie L.t my oc'an da., ra ir r 'ss.i\ whist party in tlihe
br,-ezes are fret', tli,' Iird.- and s'iiiirrIi ; r:- M* uid: i'v, nir i A dt-lightful
anrid xl0 o r, :irt fr. e, 1 tlt p rk!iri: at a .t i', at vhii
fountain :tctr i. fire afrid voiy u il !iav \I l r.,,rii ,4 If D troit, 'AI thl' .iiies'
to i o (do\ ii in o ir Adllct l f ," I ( I \ f. i I. '.t r.
for til aut, aat'i 1bed anid l 'ari ,
'lii.-. is l no fanciful picture ; It'- ..


..ft Y,-... .,1 -% 1 I i he're. It is dra\\in .z ,th ,r tni.,,.-::,,'-
left you se di.-tiiiguii-ied cottax.e' hi, i's a, l t 'L l,
:ir"l !i : l i iint thlt ni (t rit ritll ,l. it ,A ii
in the no-t delightful seltting"s. I. 1r a o u oti i '.
S&e the glistening Il'-af of thie grand h
anl:gnolia \\hicli nature has varrli.-il'd as j
no artist's brush e\cr iould: and the i **E*n*U*U*EIl@EnEn*U** E*En
cabbage pallins \\ith thliir hlurdtns o,f *
showy fruit anid swayinl, palm-; sc' theI I
Il,\v lyv holly \\ith it.' cx jui-ite I,,'rr;v: see
th clinilding \in,.s runn ii- i rnit ill the -
tre'.-; .t,',-t. ,'rvptgt,,in.,:-f,,r.s ,hich Films, I)ryvPlates.
gain a footh!hid n ttie great ,aks and 0
tl. statly aii., at:. sur,." YOu \ill Chemicals,
join in the chotrus aidl ,.a' t.at t!;1: a H ard Mounts,
torlid we Ioli'r flor tCcd utut
4urpassing Hcautt ul Our Cottage Homes.
No one of Iavt.,rlas attractions. per- THE BEST KOOA FIISDIi :
haps toinniands inore nearly universal
attention and praise than &di'-s thi. artis- I Il TUE PITV
tic cottage. The (o% n,'rs of these charni- IL i
ing villa htiil from every corner of the
country and they bring their o\\n archi- In -Wnt =tolr lIoirrs
tecturIl plans anld build upon tlieni,and I .
as the architecture of ole secti,,n of the i
country dilTrs fr rlin their architecture of Professional (ioods at J:. k U
another so do our home's dithter ill out- % sonville Prices.
ward appearances ard structurall beauty U"
from ,lne anithll'r. Thevr art no ilonlutt.i-
nous rows of 'tiikingly siniilar buildings I
but the ev,, as it s\%eep vs by. i. treated I- --
to a kaleidoscopic change which keepsOI)K .\
KOD)AK P1ACF
the nliind wondering \\hat next" i' 0
SNext Dtoor toi the0
It is not only the exterior tf anitaiy of O
these hon,'s that rivets attention; 'itll-i Prince George Hotel.
in they. are models of 'on\v nixence, a:nd UA0trA i.,itI
the finish and furnisl.ing give evidence '
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o01 1le Iitg nlllr aLnui I.Utl.i i4 l U' i fi' II','
who worked it all out. lnd-ted it is tth
interior urrangenlw furnishing and iading. more than thl
extrt'ior applt('ara:lcl t hat gi'' a s'rpas-
ing charm to D)ay lila honu:. 'l iihis fa-
tur' justly imerits l'rtlmiit ii ,e't a- \\llndit r
lnumbr four.
Streets and Pa ements the MUit and RBet.


SW hy tit .Ar hit't.' ,t f tci I i r-,
hito.- to give to' Ilaytn:a tL. rio,-t :it-
miralble, the most piw'tUr-"iue nlattural
setting of all the citi. ', of th,- Suth is


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rtiarke1d the 111:111
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THE CLARENDON
MR. FRED MAUIIS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y.,
has arrived with his corps of assistants and opened The Clasren-
don Bath Department to the public.
Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths,
Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths,
Steam Massage,
W Given at all hours by tire very highest grade of Profeassional OpM -
a tors. The only place south of Washington, 1). C., where these bath
may be obtained.


HOTEL DESPLAND I
Daytona. Florida

Now Open for Season 1908-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.
Greatly Enlargedl since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent.
Broad Piazzas on all Si-les. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat.
[Every Mo(dern convenience Sendl for Booklet.
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SHENRSKY SCHIMIDT & SON, Proprietors,
DAY rONA, FLORIDA.
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E. I). LANOVI\ORTIIY, Proprietor,
T IIlFl. iI ,1-; -,' I.-' 1:,111 ii!: .% -'. -, i -,-i,,, I' I -I -o vi )4)d~ Avenue, the high
t-, All 4.. aytina. It is
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NOW. OPENg

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S-LORIDA.
NOW OPEN


Steam Heat in Every Room


Modern THE BENNETT

Modern a rnd t I l' t Ja-o ctn -mite .%itlh Pri ate laths.
I ~ :Lntirte Vb lite S i...e. % Northern CookinZ. U
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a t a sit ow SM M a 091M, N~ tEP
*wmhelaai wak~q ft and
qokw. is" Popbe reft ot to.
Wok t th 'm th ee e-e
if No f- ot -io morer tt.de Pt .
sow that miam clcC bad mat onad& SPRINGIFIELD, Iii., Jan. 19 -It is
sheua Wurmgof fnCeom yo ubarepredicted that A. J. Popkinds will be
t gt Usk a"d If there fis Fm any- e 'lctd I nitacd States ~#uste- to*ay.
Uft tit wW mk e U me k rwd i JaIobG 4alinger rre-ec'ted far t.'urth
-, phinl y~ wiD wat to k~w
k e m yo W m t.n k w -t'rm fro mn S ew Hamptiir v'.


- u aiuwu Lps nave N a g age a
tt badE ou but aana awake In
the waning W due to luggiah ctr.ru
nimamof ta mwod Ins the t rai T hi
emu be qu*rIy orercrou by marngtng
the sck to the Lhj h.okd of the
juh rdskm thus sting the Mood
t I k nMd ActikG Rub your DaeL
wdl s both sides and drowsness umili
lkee yo4. Try It.- New Tork Times
Happy Ether Way.
The old Duke of Norfolk. who was a
very sha bby dr*-wier. met a pri ileved
Mriead In Bond street Lndou. Said
the priviared friend. a military man
ot the yrtemirr dukes own ace: -Why.'
duke_ Wkat's ocome to vnur cl.'thes
You look as If you had raked over
ycor tmg tog to find them' The duke
repUed wfth a Ptau:: *,What dk*s It
matter vuhAt I wear here? No one
knoc-s me, A few months later the
ssmefrl.-nY. hl-self aliary a well
Crvs'td m:t. met the duke ag-aln. put-
tering &I,-ut in the neibt^aarbuod of
Arundel. the d 'ibtful Sus-es ri!'agre
under a h:l Crten." tb' the caMtl
frfa.L2 ubv t.- -e the esdest twn of U
Dke of Norf4.%1k always takk4 hib
-courtes titk--Earl of Arunden
Why. duke. said his friend agai.
-wh-t's the matter with y.,ur cltA1.SY
The duke shruzed bi sb4-ck!ders
&,-shn. W het d-i It n-ert Iwhat I
wear here! E'ery cone kn,." n a-.-


German Lott*-ies.
In an artnk!e on the lotteries the B r-
liMer Taeltatt says there are three
wray by which wealth Is a,-qulred-by
work. whIh is long and tedious; by
dsbonosty. whk-h Is a premari,us plr.r
ceding and by ambllnc. The num-
ber of persons who prefer the La"4'
named metod. says the writer. Is
large the German realm, for t'-re
the Cget kloterlte thrive beat. Tbere
are even of these under the manaTP
meat of the government and t-,-y( d',
tribute $1I(tOuinO I .rtz*- The anx-
lety to secure a part of tLis amisn*
has destrryed the hap;liness ,,f rbt.a
vtnids "f b<.flwh4,ld- a. 1:-i dl,-r-r-(-
th,-usand- f x-' :. n fr,-.m h.-n- '
Industry and thrift to, l!.ene~ts anr
poverty. In the sexen 1-,,t ri-. tb-r'
are a!-,ut =*.'lo w n.Qrrs a ye.ir. tut
of these se:.'! a.-wut ,, ree!ve rries.
r,f more than L".'ms-rks ea:b
The Rose God.
In the Malay penr.asul. after a rec.
ral propitlaZtry erw k-e has beeu held
as an "apjvioy-" to the rice f.-r cutting
It. the *-rkce su;'" L dUlgtlt:i-:y '..ugt, L
First the s.,ot bhecre tue- t .--t ri,-
grows is selected; then s t-t-n stem.r
are ,hbo Within tLis t. r.-d t .u,.,d:4 r,-:.J- tt,-
Piu'. .f tL. ..;- i r-. u- L-. ... I::d
dressed IL ^ .;: *. '.i s i;
lafad .t. r i l *:.- L .Z. a lta--..

After t -t ri. L:r ,- : :^ '.t. L '.-
,ri -t_ takLv a i I J !. :..
Marii d t.; t-., :*- r:;,-r a L ..e i-
dug t -r.S- 1t+ : '.-r -..,. :.: .
!:; h :h, ';,.,'tf 1 :. **; -k -.: ,
ratei lew ex;ril. f-,l ;Lg t.t+ ::L t1,-
u: ar..l. 64- t;_: Ir P-U L: :
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DES Mt 11 N F... 1. J rli. Ja -Fur
the first time irnthe Lw -,forv Ila.o a
United StAtes Serator (-I e!tC:d ,-o
day without a pwsr'v.J' n-. sd i:'.
out a nofTiinsting s 'ih A i Cx-n
min W"L electod '! l t; n
acparate se~icr~
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DENVE CR:o Ja. % .-c... -
Hughes. a rrnA'.1vnsirs* lawr'a .-
electd I-nit -d Sttat-.-. r -
&rate ba,;)t i: i% r- i- -
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VAUDEVILLE.
BULL FOM TMS WEIK.


Minor & Vincent,
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I'r. u ingThree DI-tinct Comedy Acta
MONDAY A'ND TUESDAY,
The Tramp Philosopher

NEW PICTURES:

Fire at Sea,

Charley Paints,

Trip From NewYork

I:- -.:. Matiin -- tf urjuniayv at 3 p. ri.
Admiuioa lOc. Might 15c.
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S r svt,-rail !yV8 at his home at the
!M\r.:t- II',u-. on Myrtle avenue. He
le .! Ie t -e at w-.rk again today.


1.4- ( i Irgnette. FiIer
--&~ r.~t'in to The C(eveiand andl
-rnae c-n it.
S C(I Ite-a n \: ELdwards -N )veltv
7a -h'.S ha ve uit completed a hanw-
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* .i~-e -:e~I blackcvpress for G.
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Attractive Pictures Well Wortl
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Unwilling Chiropodist,

The Ladv Barrister,


\'eird Symphony.


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Admission 10 cents.
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1- a fac:.r t, L : *:-l--a .era ._..'-
('t'-. *]2 record L- thA Jdat A: An
de,-,r- WeL cuALg fr the chabiw
i-.,-..at Prestw! -k*ii, He tab'
-ust et-.i his bail f..r tLt'tertw-vnteentij
drive iben a little gtsr *tand:..,r
awtong the t%"'tators remarked tWt-t
be had uncnsk-i"-uSy jy .-ed iIt just In
fzxort of thbe r ia;nr Ine. Although
noto-Iy ene h.Ad nkoded the fact. this
pratred ton exzniatlunn ty the refer,.*
to be "crreCt. Tbereupa.-n Audvrs'n
teed his t* 3a aln In a frebbh r.Ciiti.'
Ied behind tbe Itue and mnade a dni%.-
- tJ,'P land edihim In the ble and
eveatuallv enabled bkim to win the
ma:.-h. If. b q-zwev. lie Lad p0 ed i
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