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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 22, 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: VID00291
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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PWAblhhui Kwmy Lining Iospt SmAsy Duke Dning b isnury, rc Febu ry d March, at the Prattlst Wtr atResort in Ilorda.
Euteve as asswood-sntmsal lor mb. 1, UM a$t the posSOGs*eat NDatoa, Iaunder the Act of Marth 9, IM


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DAYTOA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 22. 1909


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S.IMGOVE
ARcHraeCT. BultDEM apd
CONTRACIDR.
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rer Rdgooi a" Voluata.
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S1. I t SLNEVILLE H. CLARK A Right Goods at wI u WEER SIEI STrs.
Paitla RigfOMURIST Right Pric *-es, I Umu
] 2, .. |Is OPTOMETRIST h 2 m~l, ot V o t Call and w them and be *

PIaper Hani D oritL to Treat ou Rht. 2 convinced they a e |
Decorating aJ ^ ^2 ^r .Y^j^. the beWt.
221 MAGNOLIA AVENUE s Eyes Fitted L. H. ROWE & Co. GRUBER-MORIS II. CO.


*Y VALUAIF


EOSE


HrCsle Ata.e KILLED.

law Fmer n ornes Attached To Livery Hack
mll Collide Wii.h Tree On Ridge-
IIere. wood Avenue.
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llih 6 editor of
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NIVE IAI LEfT IS TEAM.

James Rix, proprietor of the Halifax
Livery, lost a valuable horse this morn-
ing, the home being killed in a runaway
which originated at the F. E. C. railway
paIenger depot.
The hack was sent out to meet the
early morning train from the south, ar-
riving here at 4:19. After backing up
to the platfornn the driver left the team
presumably to inquire if the train was


W b eWaat b was called to on time, and while he was abent the
itf the general church hiorwms became frightened by a paying
f; right and bolted from the yard.SOH
kd--mIn he d Bservice at They passed the gates in safety, ran
64W hasml Confereuce of the eastward on Volusia avenue to Ridge- OLD SOL IER
i ailll ewted him to the wood and turned north on Ridgewood
l --aia_ pamiLon contendd avenue, evidently bound for the tables
Sn *at of BItop. on Third avenue, but near the Palmer
p Mtn d i aew retired from place on Ridgewood they collided with CAMP FIR
a in Iaad bio aintens on a tree. One of ihe horses was killed,
iMa-. whbre he is much rev- i probably instanC:y, as it was dead when u a t
4w bi emag anilg a courtly I the driver reached the spot, a few mo-
AN nmentts later. The otter horse tore loose The Jo ooker b t, (.- A. 1.
bW dia not forget annuallv fL ffo,< the wreckage and proceeded to theL prep"riog for a bilg -l,rdl toni
I s rep rtis dto the )aily s r ":,ad," Matth-er, ('w oibniiaul,.r cf
Isdm ied la this side of Ipst, is in chargeof t ,he arraxngeei
6iz ctsef as he may iee fit .. K' >I le iu alse re.i1 so. dain- ad i i t rt
r.ard this is skfi,'i uit guaiat ctt
r. a'.
.- -evern thing will ,comre u(> i n tip-

SAll oldh -,hi r.- i andli .0ut I ayto
whether you wir' the l 'ul-or the G
AN AU TO are cordially iVi titd ti, 1, pre,.nt
l A Ti|AN n i A oure this i)ri tatioi e\tcwiif t ii
-- -- 9* I I Nli INW F1~ IUvisitors, whii, fi..ii: i>i Il,.,'FI:te


IKlIwaIIII I EVlIr


CRY lulted Pre,,..
WAMINGTON, Jan. 22.-Jame- P
fIlhal.bmf Mayor of Saii Franciisct,
SPep@idmet today that the Cali-
#Loa li*LaMr would undoubtedly
a oPw-- Setwa upon the obtjectionabld.
binm inmi until the next
1.4frl ta two yeaa hence. Phte-
LWS after the conference that the


"IT MAY HURT, BUT YOU OUGHT TO HAVE IT PULLED."


A


-Donahey in Cleveland Plain Dealer.


IDAYT(


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mIA HIGH SCHOOL DEATH O
PA.FS THF MIll llN MARK. DEATH O


Halifax Rifles Make (iood (iain In


Piano Contest- Other Con


kill-
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pl)easauIII tntSt-.


l.a-t night about eight o'clock lRolwrt
I.. Smith ,twet to hIi home on e S-econud
avenue aid left hilut.Itomobile standing
out front. He was using an ordinary
lantern as tail light. By some means
the lantern got aflame and fired the cur-
tains of his automobile and when dis-
covered the tiames were almost envelop- !
ing the machiue'. The scene for a iew


-K -m~b he was doing all lie would minute'z, uas a 8scrio comic one. A nuni- ; IO, S\
NOM the immigration If thII. Jap- Ier of -wcond avenue ladies hastily took Homer ('.
iN d d wred the people (If tL pamil. of, wautr and -ith skirts gathered | Iei-go lBal
Mblll tO hold bteir own lands fi sufficiently well up in one haud and taken l itt
hira is. but that the lPrei(ilert i pa'i of water in the other they ran for will b. l,br
P6I 0 iuder the Jap in a ila-'- the flaiiing auto and it wa" their timely taken toi I
* -adikm, and legislation shliol'i a.-:,itatice that saved the day as the teen indict
v iHaa aswigDres. tl;ini,s t.-re .veloping the st'el drum i jury and
Slih(.hti contaitied the supply of gasoline.
mtad Cmcert Tonight. Excl~ting the top of the automobile
SWO .be a free band concert th:s w il-l uwas rullnl cl i particular danmag DAM
lt O'clock, at the band stand. w. < di.iL [.e. D
ow~Dayml a band. If tlIe lad*i- v'- ,l'.rt, h in e thlty
',uIld iduill i at th tire-tiglitii g perfor-
i,-M*, Band at Wilmans. I1i1 SWitlI.'-sedi on Secon(d avertlle la:t
S boand will gia-ta ii i t11i1 ,i t % t,,ld ev.i ~, ise to encourage
ir a baed will e.i, a t.u,. ,.i>, f an Ataoii lBuck, I


Wa o mim at tte i I uill. 0" a

inIJ. A. and Mrs Siitil a:
l Cleveland, Oli,. W\Ve-
Mnd are located with .I 1.
4. Fairriew avenue (it'll.
L a6 beea coining 1,to l)D-
Seasons. is just r-
1 fi a severe i little
by overwork. )ie winL
L-MMt ofa commission hav-
lthe construct ion of a
BONUI building in Cleveland


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p
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t~iv ur titep i ppri-tist il At~iidgrati-
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V t o i I' i i i I --Ii 4 1 h a T t i d t k i i hi r l i l l

il t ie CC ,4 1 -"i h i t c r e i ts J
It LI1F-N 'IItbL L'I-. lM AN


NOVote As It Stood Alednesday EvCening


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713,865
478,735
111,485


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DEFAULTER


IS CAUGHT.


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BREAKS;


IANY DROWN.


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nermily thir ty thiiiawtrl. l'iiv rnIIniXiW
(,I('m lllv licilj dt:ifIg Yet. The E I tst' I !I :, t l '

had ati e.,d rote.', r21d Miss, NI.&
g:ila i- A!.ill :iakinig areit tnaLikit'-'trunto!,i
-if inidivide~uatl.
Ouj eat-idc 4i-f ltOiea -lltji.' 1 i t
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PROCEEDING.


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A TOURIST




C '111 1'rl o I.;.\. agcd t trciIH 11 vv r,
dI 'i -.titlz lteaith ii streett this l(lori
l'tL _i 4ii ':&t Li ll re.[l e T he oodv %%ill 11
t. pe t'ti'I 1ro%%fro-m the lBinghiaryi
NILXuidic-,tkinig parliir"t, V'
Mr. j w s~n I I A) \\'IS ,PtN If
tI IIil f (f VL.W, rl e arld fall il yc
NAorth idgewmI avenue, eaup- Soul
breweuu' Wf i itllihWand srd ved hi I Ay
t'1ik to hoVl~t Sunday freern No-% )'w
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EVERYTHING


GOES


IN DAYTONA.


HELEN STECK


CAN NOT


GO ON STAGE


Spiritualists, Phrcnulogists, Chris. SULh Is The Ultimatum Handed


tian and .Mental Scientists.,


Protestants. Cathr.lics.


ALL THE ISMS 4AD BU1ii[S.

It ie ri r t tii
withi their -f;*r. *-4 1',,
TI1Ve 1 1ii; tila pi
*jUite a flhliii)4f :i '.1
t(, their %%-:tv 'f tiii::kt ,
.Jiirst 14"ti i SX'
*art, twidillr', : '.r 1
little tent. 1 11jh r
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heielfs wid
urdayy a., th.ir

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THE CRISIS


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Ma terfa m i las.


StJN*[IJ SKY SUDDENLY DARIENS

I~ t it Itri~irie h~ i
1 ?- 1'1v! (11f; a frit-rikk 31id ('11111118 Of
\ I It i tMeck vi ho V %,re m the' tiptoe
4 t .Alw aw to read o f r do-but in
t. ggt'rv before the foiit-
Sie i tirwIrIe4ed to) read that an
;'..iu: 1 i.t- liein i-uel placing an
I I ii,.ci Tip '.114t io l l ttpearanee now,
I4tf k it her a( the ambitious
i i' the 'c: l (1.1 Ci ldelmltat i4oil
ir',t -clog arid the while thing
di-vlie treutiff
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-.-I V \w 'Yvrk .Mr.
_&*f oi in the coal rv-
~ 1~~~lit Lilu itself is riot
L:rnijitig, thle untiedryitig
I ~ i-eli. b4,t' ratiedI in the
it .a-~Mrs. Edna B "vL.k
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IN OLD ENGLISH BLUE

TIE IALIt EAT P Sj
Are The Latest Craze.
Ask to see then at Clark's
Jewelry Store.
GEO. H. CLARK J"r* &
ZSmtsir.


Stock of Toys
IS 00ml0 FASTr. ALSO 11n
LAMt tLIE OF


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Licensed 'dealer in tb
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SPRING ST YLE OF

READY TO WEAR CLOTHING


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And everybody knows thwe is wahing better
to be had read .mad


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Ladies' Hatters.


No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,


Latest Styles. Artistic Workmanship.


1Kir CLASS )GOODS, LOWV PRICES.


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I-\crything Mloderil.
H'-niclikc and dt*nrl:ih'c.
luircl-tl un \tlianti. Bca h.
Surf tathin, and fihnhif.
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HORACE STEWART
SURF CREST \ :

SURF CREST


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UAo 2rlncoss YSsona
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W. G. Hobbs went to Jackson-
ville Thursday morning to attend
tne Masonic Grand Lodge meeting
and transact business.
A C. Smith, of Norwich, Conn..
who had the big auto bus belong-
ing to the Chicago Motor Co., in op-
eration here during the winter sea-
son six rears ago. was in the city
for several days, leaving 'I hursda
f,,r Key West.
F. S LF.-2- foot power house-
ftnat. I. B. Da, New Smyrna, FLa.
Mr. and Mrs Rich, who have
been r_,uming with J. M. Carsm on
RiJdgewood avenue for several
weeks, returned Wednesday form a
!eu days trip down the coast, includ-
ing stops at Roekledge, Palm Beach.
Miami. etp. They say none of the
places visited compare with Day
to ia and in the future they will g.,
Bv, farther sc uth.


V'~ ,1U E''ft CHA rTt-1'ou r
cv1:nd,-r Steve ns-)u ryea, hocur or
tri'. c~!l Mo'rgan House. jphoue 114,
Miss Marmie Iacih and -Miss Miu-
,;, larin. S alem Hospayital. Sa-
iei!]. Mass.. (f wbich Miss Leach is
miatrfli. arrived Thursdav evening
arn, are wi: h Miss Leachs mnauther.
Mr,4 M. E.Leach. at Blake. The
y-ufiig ladies saythat the m"'siin-
terestmfg part of their.frurney wa
,.,a fr. rn Lb tVtoz.s tt lMrsi. Le& !5
t~ n~t~. a: 8:i~e.
-Naratog-a Inn Garage. cars st're..
tv~? :a' (r wf-t~k. s~ixvt;vcirer. se~ven-
J .S&.nger Welch and f. ur-pasrnger
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TIE IAfIUA DAILY NEWS
Publibrd ut-r v .w'.nir. p lit ;-
day, from I '.-mh-1r i sA r,
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BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS



F. W. POPE
A attorney and Counsellor at
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O OFFICE OER P0 Tof-i4.. a
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T. E. Fi/-rt Ld -
FITZGERALD & (OATES


Attorneys and Counsellor at I -av,
Spe-izsl Facilizti- hr ELx.t.:.:.'
Perfectii~g La ni :.- .*I
Office ir Ctrrad Auidcrj~.
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Physician and
Surrc ,n.


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Fowmerv with hes" Ba.. Fift Ave.
ad ji.t Street. ewr YVrk
LA)IES" TAILOR.
1 1i7 N. Uewh Street, %cr awthL CrAM.
jIDAYTONA. LA.


FOR CHARTER. asure Yacht
*"'LUCILE."

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Automobile ForSale
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OUR STORE
H I!: -Pf)l k: XSH UROCERN
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blIa 1,Rsimh and raCriage
Shop in Coninmctjr. .
GEiQC A. FOYE. Proprietor


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STHE BEE IN
Dry Goods.
_^ Ladies' and (Gent's F'urnishiog,


G!VE LS A CALL.


:Medium and High(


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Large Stock at all times.


n BINGHAM & MALEY CM


be** $000#0*W1


DAYTONA ICE COMPANY


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D-AN'TO.N.A. SE.XBk~IL f' ,1)TO"
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rests on those who love the chifi
offer the opportunity. Childr!n)
especially desired. Four per i
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Department. Accounts may beeq
one dollar up.


The Merchants I
A. I. M, BRIDE. Pr,-sidtnt. J. B. r'ONRAD
F. N. CONRAD, CA.hier.


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Proprietor 222 South Beach Street
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4 jUjjftW MAL ESTATr CO."'WAN), (Q&4
mMAAN S. DAYTON.
IL T. McCLELLAN, Owner.

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Office 209 PalnmettA, A% rtm-e
Daytonm. I I( l-idtI.


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HERE IS A CHANCE FOR EVERY-


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The subscription price of The
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i year; The I)ailv News is $1.50 for
the season by mail.
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throws down the gauntlet to the world.


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Squirrds, Fowars, Birds and Fruits. St rea
Seven W wonders Whatever one's shortcomings and in ,l,1
S I however indifferent or 'eve callous rine ling a
j may be to many things, thr mere nrt- t r
Doyt-'s ule mprable Ocean Beach. tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds anIi
One of Daytona P crowning glories is fruits" will send a thrill that is rctlecti, 1
her incomparable beach. No one who in distended pupils and pricked ears. i
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed For every visitor with a spare "oo'-
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi- ber" there is a bunny ready to come out NE%
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever and accept your gift. lie will sit bolt 'IV
drove a prancing pair of horses and list- upright and gnaw into the neat, rastirai L I
ened to the popping of their steel shoes furtive, saucy glances at you inew:l;\hilire. I
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one Flowers! Usually fresh and bloum:irng
who ever steered a high-power automo- the year 'round. You are remintidd ik
bile down the broad stretch of wave- Goldsmith's couplet where 'R Te
washed and surf-packed sand but real- Smiling spring its earlie.-t vi-it paii l'riric.
ized that it is a world-bebter, a world- A.nd summer's lingering ,lo.ssmtts :ti!
wonder. (;on tannd rinn this witLp delayed.


speedway and see the happy souls flit
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.


The Plcid. Pellucid talihx 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 uponl her bosonm.
gamey food fishes in countle-.s numbers
teckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her tlxson tlecked 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 headted I licant p, "?h
a fat mullet, and that fi.sh hawk sti -g-
gling upward with his floundering load
lie snatched front the water.
See the beautiful launched.., spi-k and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an liquid
ready for a cruis t uponl her beautiful
surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormnond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a tiling of
beauty and a joy forve'\r, and one of
the modern wonders.


In one yard roses of variaziat'dl I!,i-
predominate, another hou;v l iwhi I :i't
a penchant for the poiri-settia :tra(l
the premises art' atlae; :,rthr i- laiP1-
den in a jungle of tall caic. Va tv i.'
the spice of life and hern is .\hi r \uii
tintd it.
The birds tlit in, and \\ith tlihtii jy ,;.
notes help to give futllht's.- ndii ',rt!i.-
try to the picture.
As for fruits, chollic itri t frutiits, lYl-
tona yields the palm to neori for (ii:;:ilt\
and quantity per acre. 11: r' ait <,i, >
of citrus groves in proximnity thi tici ,
brancilies bending to tlie a:ir th iti th i !;
burdens of luscious golden 2! hlIs, \\ !,, i:
for beauty, Iprolitlicacvy and al! 1. '-ir: li,.
dIualities would truly :astonii'l


The Fastest Autos And The Finest Out.
The seventh world woill,-r, d,, \,:;
ask'(.' Come, whether fr from Mainc. from Kala;a./,-i f -:,
Tlimbuktoo and you will lite 'd b i' r.
| Here is \httre world's rec'ur,!i fir .-!;& ,
Sar tbrokt'n with every recurl ing i -,
Autos the biggest, theta fastf-.t :icd .i ,.
finest are on daily parade ani tl:i i..:
show is La free as the puire i!' .l.r
water from thei tl)us.:titd ,uii, \l '-.
It is a continuous show wi\: t 'ti.'t.L'I ;,\


The Enchantingly Pkcturesque kidge'uood. shifting scene.
.... Everything t .s, fr,,im :I 2- i.,. .;. :
Iidgewood avenu- .s upon thl crrst f t ip to a -or-powr, !
a broad ridge. straight a- thle crowi tlhes,f 1 t t- :1
of sp~ecd fromn a rat erlt' li ;i t\\ot :i.il, -at
anid the wide-spre'ading branches otf the i 'i. f om acn e kt a'i t
linilute cvipl. l ou \mill p>:,,li;il,;\ ft':tt
heavy-trunkit-d liv--oaks (extLedil their ... ,
~ ~tile sptirlt andit \%ihen \'ut! (it, ..c" r,.i,i.]
giant arms across ithiis agna nitictint vista, tlespirit and tit it- yi(",- i 1 t iC *
,, and tilt beach aie Yk,-'- 1 1,- .? lrin
forming an artchli, aid from these exttind-: a '
Ssushille is free, th l'. i+.1ll\ ,,, IN
ed arms great ftesto.ons (if Spanish moss zs a fr, "ill, 11d
I re.eztes are' fr te, the lardl. .tii!,l -,*i'liit;, !-
swav as the trade \\intds from tro .'ic st a d- i-r ,ti t iII L'as .i
an d l v rr .*ir fi, .' : t I ;," :* t '.i ; Ti-. !'
fall tl etll. l.o.kiilig .-truight ahaliad dot tlii '
ito lll lt llll \ .it cl 1.- f;'t-, ,.",, \ t ti v. :: .',,
tilil l liit le .*-hei l ll .. 1 ,t tilt' has tin' 1111- ., ", .
t t, O d tl\ t ll 'oin .ill.' t' .ill\ I ,: ,
presbiton of a fairy patli \ttith tlti-li dra- ig o t ,
o it' tI lit t 'tll> an liedt:l :.i,1* h i
lIkilt's, buti as voll m n it,' aliag ;mid ci.2At [. t t
.- l iii.^ > i i>>lt fa cl ii~ l j [ d l i i :, :' "
an tyt fir.-t to thlt- right andt!t i t 't ti t1, .)e I i ll iL t
he,' ,. It is d~lia\\ >t! l I' i + ,'' -,i; -
left VOU see dti t' iltuitshe ot t t i ,, ti l- l ti t. t : '
it the .lli.st thiiglhtful set ->' i i t'
rt i,;t'l l ;llI hl hiohd Noll. 011 0! i 1 '. -. .
See thie glistenting I-af of the grattii _
milagnoitlia l tich natur., i t au. \ raisli-itw l as I
no artist' brush e r tull itid thre
eabbia-e pallis :iilti tlatir .uidli-is of t toJ
showy fruit and stayiii t t.i 't-r the
lov olly t ltith it.xJ exl'i.-ite ,,'tht ce I V : j S tr i c t a y
th climbilxing tics runn i t .. ri, t in thi t
trees;. t -ee th-.' crvptgam..Iifr irn.s liit I a Kodak Sho0p.-=
gain a footithold till the g'taat ,'k.s and a *
the state y palllls, alad su i, 't \I ill l W e ;:r1,1, t ,ri.3t ..;. *1- ." A
joli i thte choio u aid t'l a.'I t tit.t i- 1 art' t, AA t I .t-.i i-t I- \, L. l
world wondei r for leau;t \. 0 of v t, alttv i..t ll t i t, ,*! 1\ I\ !\-
., .. S 1;1{S wcd, !i;1is v. :, : '' I, ;
Murpabbing tHaut lt ol Our t.ottugr mt ncs. '
i ra I* ihuit~i t't';ti> .'at i ':: : a U *i:
No olle of l)avtoia- '. tittractiti'.- per- i
halls o ni.ti.i..a..-.t t .ilv u.Iit-r-a l Fi T. /I FiAIS-FR 0
1 -! lltO/ wl/LMgOO [lnlOIILIHO,
atteitiiion and pra.i-t tali dt, t, aitis- ;
ti eo ttice T he (,ofe!i W th e.e ch a rm A t. y or. .-onI .1. ....i > :
ing \il ra hi-tillot t'i 'V \co a.-" r of the ia i t" ; tta!ti i .. t t ,.:-
brng t oxn hd t- fo~r Ol lt. qwlo,, d'P' ',l .
country and they ltr-lag tha r o at r hi- 0 dt f_ I..i.".'. 1 '
O I ll t ( -t I t a t N l o", )Ix ) l
tecturatl plat.s and build upon thl i t.ai d S 'Owl "til at 1.1 L '.. I N> i
as thit architet-ctu it' of tnt:e -c tiiti tIf th .- tilt- -'I' i 11 '
t'oUnlrV ditl r.- Irtn thet art l ttci Wit of othat Ill'iikt ti.- i ik I
aliothit tS do, tour o lito i lle cr I i out- U '. U
ward apiwtarai it and -ti iIt t1i;a; tUl lt'i utt k ..r.L'.. t 6-
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fro mni >iit, llr -ti, i tn' l, ;ite li, 110 iiti l ,- i '
ntus rt\\. ot i -tkii-klIt-altla ii.iiitg U i II | C iO =D
tIttt. a kat,+t ta-t cla,,o'- xi, l-tth kattpd IR n rl rtrLt)F [
I tl h e lli- -\ w it pt l i'l'%(I- \ I- t i''t .& i A
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t o l.Ow l n lastman Kodak Dc.ilcr,
It i.? Ilit onilv t},i .e \l,.l l ,r ,f !i;,i+.i\ +*1
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t a ar iI a 1 'at Itatt .'iItitA IL' i
furmai.-iir. z on aimg hnlttiut~anthat'
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VS OF THE HOTI


The rince (- orge.
The Prince (jeorge.


ri-'w arrivalss yesterday at The
(;,eor,,t were, C'. IE. ;raharn,
ilie,. (C. ; Mr,. J it J, innings.
SI-:. Szniti Stuthprt', Conn S.
'k%:t". xiff rt, m tid itid, Atlanta.


The I)espland.
I ~ I 'a:a-.at Thet' Iespland vt-stt-r-
l~~~\1as 'a t i Alhetrt Ii iggirls, ("adii!t.
x!i : MNIr. anid Mrs. F.I). Oaklley, T.rr.'

1. 1 :ir'a't %ife arid daughter. King
VC:.( Mrs. E WordIsworthl i..s.
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T'E. ()Owner and Manager.


Cilii!(inie ani Service Excellent.
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S don Ilath IDepartniltt to titf piudlic
T a Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, ot Sea Baths.
. Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths,
K iL Steam Massage,
G| Given at all Iho.ur s ly ti,, very hlirihest grade of Professional Opera-
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*fcr~ -k ek p ta artkle ta a
fa pa by L dw DBwr. Tim

Sof tthe fayj flgur the abmeut-
i,4 mretemotr whom habitatl wal-
hte -t ps~acfulm ehawre imde
*e-tfM last &oT. 1TU hr* d itst
Oriol at a tIme. he mry. whi the
mae o lettr vrw a belplto pegm
Ia the actire row-a dreamer dwell-
tag ia rea;i arway from the adtal
ad tlheWfore lind to bht arW" d-
. l thl fibrm he b s bem e.
rewmted i t t comic paper. Bat
Grgay. be thinks, not the pgmtedr.
has bees and is being careatred. The
prorfe r today mwt be a wide walrk
mare, for mieenoe Is no 1logr an I-
aad& Tee Ire not the days for sleep
aWd for dream. Aotber abased char-
acter Ia the lieuaelt who. hearing no
foe to fight. is aslays shown as mak-
log conquests x;btre Amor has con-
man& The old maid is another of the
stork figures. au '.,ne of equal 'mpor-
tarce is Mr. Ne~Ilyrk-i. Of the latter
It is said-: "Ile as aways ful; of fear
and t He knous that be has
aet-u rawil,-F'l he sways from
side to skide li 1 a timid rope walker.
Thi makes Liu really funny, and we
must laubLh at hbs antirs."


T.oo Slow to SB a Soldier.
In a r..;cin on the top floor of a large
f* <.;i, a boy wits amusing himself by
gg-..;n :hrvugt the bayonet exercise
siti a Img han ied brsh in lien of a
rifle His '*Ots, coming quickly upon
h!:'. ga.-e hiN i box on the ear for
wastln Lis tinie. The sudden blow
caused the lad to kane his balance and
fall do"n the boat shaft, bat fortu-
nately he kept is hold on the brush.
tbe handle of wbkch, getting acrot the
shaft. broke bis fal2 aud enabled bhim
to grasp the chain, down whic-h he asid
In safety. The bos was borrided at
the effect of his a.-tloa and rushedIl
btreathlie and gtisLng riSth fear d-.'n
the eigtt tclihts of stairs to the bal.e-
nient. expetix&ng to find a mang:el
body fur wthiKb ce w,,;'l hare tu a..-
count He was. however. Just In t?*.-
to wee the Lad drop on his feet uu
harnud, so. recover.ng hls st-:.f I-
seaaon and his treath, lie extvairut-d
_Want to be a soldier. eh? We!
you're too sXvw f,'r that Why. ra L.. 1
can wa:k d"k :1:; :tL .L sta.s i':;i i
er than y,.I *.-a'u fa:, down t!e U,.,L-t
shaft."- I-:ind-., A-vt.er-


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