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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: February 1, 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: VID00301
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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DAYTONA. FLORIDA* MONDAY. ftBROARY 1909


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a" I I I rNEMIIJ H. CLARK Right (loods at I
S.HeGO E1 L -I Rgh P ices,
0wG. KLCI, k.D. ARCHfCTX an d OPTOMETRIST Right Prices, b.l .
N"07 9001ft ftr M"a IM Media" ama Akoswum TV" VOW mih
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Cornesrde Ridgewood and Volusta. 3 W amam ina
lb"Wal t -Frums PlFitto rs U M R O W E C Qr
4L Telephone 49 E221'MGNOIJA AVENUE Eyes Tested m ue.J C anuuuIn EE w

-mom ".auuMIn a *-- L --*-mme'@*-


IT SARCASTICALLY


Mh) FUNNY,


F $I2NO. THIS "CUSSI


e- f Gordon, Neb.
d3of Uf Lit-Fingercd
emtry.

amt JAMOSUIVILLL


TO THE RESCUE.


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Cowardly Hiding Behind Nom De
Plume, "East Coast" Shows
Wolf-like Teeth.

iTHE LIGHT Of TRUTH TURNED ON


in Jarkaonville lst i)isplaying a vicious and venomous
T U. Huntington. a spirit "East Coast in a half-column
It O3mas .Nebraska, was article in the Titusville East Coast Ad-
Iq UIAW; luckily, however, vowate, of January 29, fires a blunder-
I|m---m t w-a in the form of bus bhhot at the Halifax Journal, of this
lq whic Mr. Huntington city The editor of the Journal is
fs paymeNt, abundantly able to tale care of himself
I ,lfk umtlmto and Mr. and in all such con:roveraies, and it is with
aI &t wrae oo their way to no thought of helping the Journal that
-1 W l.d at the Aragon Hotel the Iaily News takes a shot at "East
Jllt. Coast But as the Daily News .raches
ltm owasa in the hotel lav- some persons who read the Advocate
-rppa.ralory to bathing and article, not reached by the Journal, it ii.
II Up he bad removed hii a wish to drive home a few facts toi
a oIt upon one of the hookb those persons whom the Advocate and
Ume. the News reach, and who may not see
-r1 1 was in the habit (,f any reply the Journal may see fit to maLe
;ll-d it meeroccurnred to li'n that prompts this notice of "Enst
PINIOMM pamible for a sneak Coast's" fiery contribution.
l, hAfrthtaop.of the corn- lia introductory burst of parody on
a d mooberred lift ian old poem is befuddling to everybodY
rI1 lt mts. abut the writer. and would require some-
l--| W, M in tI Daytona, the thing more than a diagram and half
mfThe ilmA. tones to make clear his meaning It
-would wseru rather that his "screech" is
due t, soianblody's beach besides Day -
IN EiUs Niver, Just Three. toua's. The Architect of the In:versv
e Niver eek-brated tt. pt ytoa Beach here, and Daytona
iu noSt worryiig lone bit about the Great
of hiirh Saurd Acnitett thking it away; if any sleep is
and invitations were cx-
eiig lo.it it i. "Fast ('(ast" who is the 1
esteem ynvungsters( of like ten ..1ictll
m, Vibo joined Donald in the in-
NiOltrtieU of reatling toy s, ldrag- "Last Coast ass.rt that 'a great d al
* diminutive artificial "Tcddie of yrIpathy i- tirg expressed for Day-
Stby r lind hln, standing Bii!i 'tona in her effort this year to pay for
'by their Lnd ItV, stnding B01-


the races, etc." Sympathy is sometimes
very comforting, but it takes good, hard
cash to finance automobile races. Day-
tona set out to raise $4,500 or $5,000,
atnd has gone above that mark. The
read r will probably wonder where the
''"-vr.npatliy" application conies in. If
tht (only available racing beach were in
fr,,nt of the town of Ormond, and Day-
t-i.a aciited advertising as Ormond
o,it, ( did. ir, rather, certain" interests
Srl prtc. rated at Orimond, she would prob-
aI,lv tii aH. they dhil-horrow her beach
.I, .i i it it l)avttcna-t0ri oiid.
T!. i't-iutiful little town (if Ormond--
anlri th:;t it i.- a delightful town no one
"ll ,1,; L ai a 6plleildid beach not a
t)ea(ti ti i \\ 1, ii I w ,orld-records for speed
a, ., It, i ,,:ii--ieilh (ly except some irre-
pi|,,lIei', hitling behind a non de plun ,
\ ,il. i;i-. it ttlhat shle has-Iut a beacd
;tll it .itl\ g,>l i i arutouiobile dri~cers
t i, (Ii v tnl, li t .h.tke'- eIthxdid mi e uI K)iin.
1 a't (',a!-t '"' :. 19' i htic:, la properly
-i,.. Id[ la e l t >lh t he .calbrecze- 'P rt
,' *. 1 ,. t. 'ti. "'I !u >' -iTV o : hl
S ,ii i;V i,, l >.ct' ele t 1t ,, > "- ,* ,c is
\ l,, i t ii., p ni'i i. r;'< wc re I run h<.
A ..... t l'.ri ; c r:iii^ t f ,l&- lm'e, g;.t t.
a ; : i.' a. ; v,,* ;, > e- l t !i '1a-

e !e El 1'. Jili tI lie U t o
I hal \ t,mica ;n.ei Col .:' te oLe tf ,r thr'e
ert ,it':I ,t% I if-1' I '. a-t (1a -t

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H04 their be&d, swatting each other
arubb-r balls and eucl, like pas-

mh a picture to see eigh;ci( r yourg-
Saranged around the refr-.linme'nt
ImL. Their spoons found ti.eii mouth
I as often as their cheek- ard their
a. 1Ibe chaperones ul-,) r, l)ort b
O-Je .


ENTERED


113 AND SNOW.

.L L C. Demaroe arm ivI 1 fi iz
Mky Sunday nigfbit reilute
aliom of ther (ov? j.ditt'I
jNews. A lJlai, v,,rl ,'.c
dUg when MrI 1,m l iarc ti It
Om at~on,- J~blieii,l zta ,eI-
L boring, that I l


btre Iapjwr a'. an r-- tall t t
LO re-acljtbema.a "'.n
"I wati ileep *a Ift-IC
S-Dejataree an j o-f r -it
Ii traulspifrt4'i I t, I1
*Ws sled, after i1r. \ td'


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Vote As It Stood Friday Evening
IN THE BLUSH & SUt:fO:KI) !P1I0 4) i t SI-


1) % -1ON %


HANDS ON


POCKET-BOOKS


'ro(fc(.sor Mauri n. a ic tx et'liigly
clever niagiti'i: in, is in 't,,ri a 'nd % ill I,(,
d(clUt hbe H -tro,giy d(r.ai\, g.i c.-dl at tihe
' ;ator Mol0 in' Picture Sh'', ti '-'v-, k.
lie drop-oed air ti,,' I'aitl N,' s ttiico
this nirnIin. arni ;tkina." a shi-i! ; fo1-u -
bit piece oCf s-illv; ., lc.kiil g to ) e fresh
frcim tIhe iint fr-m ia his purse, haandcd
it to one cf t he *!ii>,. f .rce. \'lae ac-
c(.elted uith thanks, tut wIheIt ai,,)ut to
store it saf(,l v :taI ,:t\ i thl' d ple'tcei of-
fice pur-e it ,y-t. ie'ua ix It- 'ii -
ht S 'd ILtto at ct rridl t 'ed c [,i ', Ir',
l'rofe-'-,r M .-;ir i, ( a.,r, tie ,i',c
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THE UNCLE SAM


CHANGES HANDS


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DEER SEASON


HAS CLOSED


cicesc e l ls agiat at 12 (C1 e in i

a I Raan x tit-- Iet, CttE ft11,
f In (i I th


WIRE SERVICE


IS CRIPPLED.


U i


-Des Moines Register and L



HONEY BEES A


"OUR STO


.;, it.. '-r\:aItry hIivc of bees exhibitJe
11;1i' .sh.tw \\indow of Our Store, (,oi
S..,!t, Hl.a.h ctri'ct, attracted (ounldcr-
:ilL ~ttc'-rtion during last week. The,
m,-c.: arc the property of ;eo. J. Vande-
\ ,ei1. ,f \'V,,li-ia avenue, who includes
i ', ( *k, ei'c a:'li,'zg his other at coninlli. )-

A.!t.i ;lture iL, A sulje't but little 'r.-
i t: t')1 by ti he a\er;ge individual a id
it! ,\),iilit of Icc' in town or city gern-
(,r,i!. (ex' i;i.:- :)ul h curioSity and notice.
WoIv %.''ii.h', whil' eiijoying th' pro-
,:ii' f th,. ,es"' labor Arc undiuly fear-
. ,f "W t'i'e inc-t ts' w(apon )of d('-
: I -L adi.., :ntIl ealnot be tenrliptid
'.. \ : .r ie' they re' L .ouli illf'l, :i.
S I 1' ,'' t .IC.
;:,i *, '. i', lt' e u.e., -te. cil of thl
...., .* ,: i (. .',': t :- 'a', ial *b.-cerver |i l.rl'.
', ti ", ; I c;'l it h in th le l \c lirnt -
i, '.:\ 1 hec)('s henl i ac Irlitr,e 1j ii


NORMAN E, MACK


IS SUMMONED GOSPEL TENT


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.. .. ,; ',. ii:.( I ii h *'ena 0 ; '
',* ; :, l;>.x .i street, hPtr thr- <.'ii
* .... i n ... v'd t' a il t ', I i l d
,.,, ... :J- c.'-t uf the .schoul hiur ,'
,,~~ ~ ~~ it s.:.;',' *ri 'a f wiii he resuniac
.


THE TRUCKERS


WERE ON


ANXIOUS SEAT,


WATER WOIKS


BIDS ARE


AWARDED.


Reports From Fruit Growers and Bond Committee Satisfied They


Truckers Show Relatively


Small Losses


TENDER VEGETATION WAS CUTI OW

When the wiest winds SaturILhtv c(ar i
in terrific blasts truckers and fruit grow-
era showed interest; when the wind be-
gan to veer to the Northwest, and grad-
cg ually grow cooler, a more anxious feel-
ing was manifested, and when the DaPily
News came out with the weatlh.r ld.-
partinent forecast, sent at 10:4. a. in
,"Fair and much colder tonight %it')
Freezing temperature," etc.. follhw,-d
With another a little later, \ ith free-ziran
Prediction, (verybodv I,4i;1; 1 4. ircpit:,
for the wor-t.
The mercury Hd id to l, fr(.
S puinL, but s, little I o, thi..r ....: ,r
S comlparativ< ly little (i;:t:nl I- ii,';, '
And as it is IIan ill) ird that tio\- r ,.
body cood, let it be said that tis ,i.i t
from the Medicine Hlit distiicti\:, iot~o
3 j without its beneficial eiTfi'... ('hi
among the beneficial clfcets >i:av It,,
noted the hell) to the celery iiiduutry.
which is assuming quite important pr.,
portions at Daytona. It was just what
the celery crop needed. It will t., (e,
the blooming of orange trees, and sri>,)
the flow of -ap without inateri.dl injury
to tree or fruit, and it makes the ati; .e
phere over, kills insect pest., by t:,.
wholesale. Brace up, if you're ( cA.il!y;
the weather will swing right ba'.k to,
normal, and it is surprising how quick y
S vegetation recuperates or springs up
Beans, tomatoes, eggplant anl td ,
S tender things were hit hard, caul)til,t .4'r
and lettuce that were hcaliing ;iaid. 1a f w
S(-her things, ;,iu.he.dl smneviih:ht, ;,rtd
( certain varieties of strauvbcri, i e li i
S hard hit. Diespland lot-t his i.aJy
TThompson" fruit and its i,;,,,i, lut rlI
'"Klondike" came through \i ,.-
T ltivetly little damage.
I. I.. Pappy of Soi0 01 l':i.ii ,,t.' -
99 nue, covered his straw bcerr v \;ii, #c*.;
pue straw and gras, a i :
RE Ioi.


W, F. llolnmes, manager, ', \ I:
a professional trucker, say%- r .
snap was of inesti',able lee, ', t
celery an Ih, w.- ,: .
llood.
IrUI u irLttUcP ip!t,'- ,:, i...
are' ini goo.l shape aii-i I. :.s : pe .. i
from this on wi;i -,i !;,
around a m again Th'. il. .'. ct :
morning, with io'iv .:; .. ,
ture, wasjil.t i hi.ct t. 1. :t .- .. 1
a.-ked h',d thicy i i b ( ,,rr'. .'
Lt m ei et lo ':il i .,:' i;:' :i ; '-


Tonight,


(iibeon (i;arl
at the baptist Church.


Have Made Oood


For The City.


PLANT TO BE COMPLETED IE Jm

'1 hel bid. fo,r the waterworks plan
were finally awarded Friday evening. J.
B. M('rary & Co., of Atlanta, getting
the bulk of the work. which wa bid on
and accepted in units.
The only firms in this city making
bids wer,. Ballough &c Melton and Hough
0: Bond and both bids were accepted, so
;!i.it ttit former will put in the necettary
IL.', anid the latter construct the
fuzilIati,,ns for the tank and tower
I; r,,k several days to examine the
..?i in.-A Ibids, of which there were about
frt-y, a:tid ,ive the parties present, of
-\ ):in there ,.r, s ,In' fifteen or more,
a tIl ring u;x.ii the inerits of their re-
ip, 't;.e bidip, hut the Bond Conmmittee
-t i k faithfully to their task, and are
-ati.-tiedl Ai,.h the result, feeling assured
that they have secured for the city a
contract that will mean a waterworks
system that culduot be put in opera-
tion anywhere for less money, and
\ouul(t probably be difficult to duplicate
:;t the saiine price. Several of the bid-
,lers, after the matter was closed, said to
r:.;imbers of the committee, that, own-
ing to certain prevailing conditions, and
tiie carfuil handling of the matter a
contract i much better than usual had
Sb< .ni obtained for the city. The aggre-
;.tc Le ril.jlit of the bids in no case ex-
(, i,,J fr i, pre;iiiiiary estimate of the
t 't 'llli Lt c.
A high compliment was paid to the
liru of D. I). and C. M. Rogers civil
engineers, of this city, by those compet-
irng tr t te work, all declaring the plans
arim -peca!elationa furnished to be most
cu(llpl te ir all r-.sp.ct.s exceptionally
fi:,,, in ia, t, :I ill their detail.
\:!., I C.r.;t llt \ i I'pltiU tioFe wiho
i:c ,i '' t <,t rontrac t. expressed
t ii- ,-' -;i' .- cld ;,m the fair and
<".::,. 'ii .- t: (..itri r.t they h:tdl received
;:r.*i tin' Bond (_'iliiiitte aslid departed
\' ii thie bt, -t ,f felhng .aanJ the desire
., e,;. :r t< 1l'aytlit, ithich ImIoat of
'' .;* \'.tr.r' e iLi;ig fr the !irt tim e.
t:,,' ; ,:i, : r., 1,,I ,.*,,rnpel:t eJ about



\\ ill ()(ceratc News Stand.
C\ ( ..A.. d .i i be .pt ratd in ,on-
'.. i!t ii, t,,, Ia'nvton~a Beach Drug
: : *'.e i, \ ,I, h building. The
!','.:V. \, r .a:rntl j:i ,,r live papers of the
.r 1,* i,, he Javksooville
Irii --' 'i ( .n all also be handl,,d, am
. :ii.rav nrt ieran mpaperi.


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p a spcitlt .
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CHANP(tS Sl'ltt










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fry Goods, Ladies' Furnishings.


*KCIALt6iLs 1I


LACES. EMBROIDERIES, RIBBONS, NOTIONS, ETC.


McCall's Patterns.


Telepbone 102.


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BARNFS
THLE'NOVELTY MAN
f m- a eke" .sm, y$"t& 11.


rrK14E A
1 S~ve-ir Patcr


IN OLD ENGLISH BLUE

TE IEALNS[ IAT MRS,
Are The Latest Craze.
Ask to see them at Clark's
Jewelry Store.
(EO. H. CLARK J",eaw,,


MYT- oomm


PARASOL
Toklo shapes, etc., on Thursday, Fp

and Saturday, Jan. 28th, 29th and y

THIN PCII-HENDRICKS 4
COR. BEACH AND MAGNOLIA STS., DAVT ONA,1
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$4.95


A6.OO AND 47.OO SHOES


Beach
street.


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Hand Made Porto Rico

and Panama Hats

AT LOW PRICE.


M. ELLA DiVOY & COMPANY,
No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,





January Sale of

Clothing and Shoes
S- NOW ON AT


THE GLOBE

BEACH STREET, DAYTONA, FLA.
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F. L Bogle, of Holly Hill, came
j np from iomedale Saturday to spend
I Sunday at home.
I Swtoe wood. McClellan & Ed-:
wards, phone 123. tf
I Benjamin Joudon, who came up
to Daytona from Ft. Pierce last
iMonday returned to that place Sat-
urday.
II +AUT(,M.,BiLF. FR CBHATER--Four-'
i cvlinder Stevens-Duryea, hour or
i trip, call Morgan House. phone 110"'
J. W. Shields has had a sixty-
'fott flag staff, surmounted by a


.weat he- r .. .. toI
weather vane, erected on his lot, to
.t h...j. L ..... > In fr nt A f hisa ( I ra Iz


TIE IAYTIA DAILY NEWS
Published every evening, except Sun-
day, from December 1 to April 1. biy
THE GAZETTE-NEWK (CO.,
T. R. FITIrr UALD. Kdltor-MMnang.r.
L. (C. I)KAUK. City Klditor.
4'. M. HARRI. Circuhttlou Mnitw-,r.
Gno. F. c'ioccrf. ,ouiprint,.-i,.l.
Entrel l nl s 1 '.eond-*'Ihu"T niri' r I', -
cemni-r I. 1 4. at tht.' IM-KII|. it
Darto ai. PFlt. uilItcr ithi \X' i
March :1, 179.


I


BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


LLltn au. U, I Ul- I U ILIrL, v LLL ,u.,i.s, IL n.
fHoimne Cooking. The Willmer, 312
4 South P'almetto, cleanliness, quality. I-I- _----_ **om Ings
Mrs J. M. Chaffer, of Main street, F. W. POPE
Kingston, went to Oak Hill Satur- Attorney and Counsellor at
dav afternoon to remain for a time Law.
with Mr. Chaffer who is teaching : Praclt-. In State and Yelral 'cuirt-
OFFICE OVER PoSTOFFIE.
school at that plave. Telephone ,4
F:or Rent-- Flats, furnished or
unfurniikhed, by the year. Centrally T. E. Ftzga rld '-
located. Call ":0) Volusia ave. m s 2 FITZGERALD & OATES
i .Attorneys and Counsellors at La,\.
I MiSs Mabel Saxon. a compositor Special Facilities for Exantirn ir ::,i
Son the Fort Pierce News, who was Perfecting Land lin!i<.
V in the city last week visiting her office in Conrad Building. L --
i ltother, C'arl, and friends here and 1
in the vicinity, left Saturday forn r?3H mn@o00u0olnOu NOR
N\c Snivrna where she will spend,' G. A. KLOCK, M. D.,
o PtiSICIAN AND StRctEoN,
i \\ eek I>before returning home. a A.wclteI widthA K.M. Ferguson. \\. t). 0
I 1 pA 'la l t t nd l lt l o t ai I TK .F -u* ;
| "aratoga Ilin Garage, cars stored ; th" EKy.lttin r.No ;i. I .
I i)v ,lav or week. Six-cylinder, seven- m jlie.. Hour,: 7to,". I ",, ; .. ,.
i osst.nger Weclh anti four-passenger tOP., ,.O,.e-,.-...
Eflmre f.,r charter, hour or trip.
i (:tes reasrable. tf E. L. STEWART
i ,Ra lKENT-Large house, 14. Physician and
rooms, situated at Silver Beach, near Surgeon.
i:tt mn bile club house; bath, hot E'+,,a ,... ,',,,h'. .. -.
i yf,1 c, ,Id, hard and soft water; fur- Fiounrh tUOwr ,tI p.<-itiutL
SIli-.i d ;Garage and servant's quar .
12, r- lntal, i 5<() for season. In-
i- I'. E Fitzgerald, cr any e
tf t* L(V H( ,'VF M I)


at Daytona oJ
at Daytona J^
DonBeach

D.A, YTONA BEACH, Feh I--In sptlv,


ua~'bvr I: EE ~. *t a '-'T Se:? .' g car
mect w-ith M5r- C`. I. J~turri I *.r-. :av
gllil\* 'Y .




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4f :tht e.:d -nap the M. E. (Curch A~t
V... cr at both SuriaiNv ser% wvm.
I tLoa :iu-iz %.-u go'.,, anjd the di.ct.ur-e
! ).':jv. Ha'. C c X(e;ent. [tThe aadi(ltf ar
t n _rs eri~argt-d the s4ktinII
Ia.7~. at tI'I t., (olwftTctiA-bly.
10 ~~Pif. r ai~d wife, of T, -112a,1o,(Ilo
i:.s1,;,ther ari A ?.;-at ht, ui

aL. :r, ,a; t r, v.ha i, l:'... beca*i
1;w (l -,Pubrcez
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Htomeli ke and Comfortable.
I)irc..tlo n Vtlantil I' Ukah.
.surf Bathing and I' aa.hril? .


SHORACE STEWART


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Formerry with Hess Bros., Ffth Ave.
and 31St Street. New York
LAD I)IES" TAILOR.
107 N. Beach Street, Near North Call,
I* DAYTONA. FLA.


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Accounts of Children

Every child should have a bl
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early training in saving small "
will acquire a habit that will I
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STYLES.
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Bicycle Livery.

Bicycle S uppies and k't
Come and See.


those who love the child bW
opportunity. Children's a;
y desired. Four per cent. i
ded quarterly paid in our Sl
ent. Accounts may be opel
r up.


lerchants Ba


F. S. CONRADI, C.-shier.


THE BEE H
Dry Goods,
Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings, Sbwes


J. W. FMl.GHAM, NortL b Nw
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DAY~TONA1, SiEA~WEEZI-. '!K\'e~i1 .~r~d l)\tTONYA
Ice for Boats Deli.erted iat :i-. '. Si'xd orL.A~F
OFFICE-Rear of S4.hantl I'kiri
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Merchant Tailoring a Speclty
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Work caflld for and delivered.
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AUTOMIOMBE


GARAOE


S. B. GREEN


Proprietor


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B 3y 0 HoNw, Dar nWee or Mtb.

Colu umbia Racyle,
Iver Johsoen and
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Opposite Yacht Club I I


DATTONA, FLA.|



Bwclninu i
OSCIGAIS.. I

Oar AU-Harana Smokers are a
specialty-largest and best
for the money.
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A goodpO-mato hMon y
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Located north of Ceata D


F. A. ROOT


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w Fumo Rivdrlview Romuc. R&Ining Hot and
COM Waterk. WFhite Servim

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S h xe. it ser vesyou right.
3OO&OUALE, OPimpion
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RATOGA INN
I I tte MIt Beautiful Spot on the Halifax River.


JOHN J. MCOUIRE, Proprietor.


IVJTE INSPECTION. looms Single or En Suite with
OL No better in Florida. Table of the Ibest ,f everything
L. Teorn as reasonable as the sere ice will permit, given on

M xlAiw GARA.(; in connfi-tion witllh lhe hotel Storage by
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Opened JtLI' I. Ism-
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be beart of tho t' tisi..dil.- an
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f to Tourist ad I Ait, Ii.. r' it
LNWad up. Comrr ,4t'rr'-t.I.. 5'!.
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OEM MOTEL CO.. Propri-tlrs
OR ANDIdorl1


MEI WELLINGTON HOTEL
S.:4or. IMabash Ave. & Jackson Boul.
CHiICAGO


d d 11 1 4() (I
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li jr, ii'.nes In all IRooms-

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Mcc'[inttx k,6 Bayfield, Props


!T PAY TO D[[AY..= I

ak up that Cold ODAK
S___________ ping. rintin
t 'ninmit and -iilm Supplies


S Ti, Me tt Aut-s Aamd Tb Peat Out.
The Modern Here ib where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season.
Seven W wonder Auto the biggest, the fastest and the
finest ae o daily parade and the big
show is as free as the pure artesian
S lytiro's hcupwM M Oe ca Bech. water from the thousand flowing wells.
One of Daytona s crowning glories is It is a continuous show with constantly
her incomparable beach. No one who shifting scene. You will probably catch
ever et foot upon its smooth, packed the spirit and when you do the roads
aanda; no one who ever pedaled a bi- and the beach are yours The Florida
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever sunshine ii free, the balmy ocean
drove a prancing pair of horses and list- breezes are free, the birds and squirrel.
ened to the popping of their steel shoes and flowers are free, the sparkling
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one fountain water is free and you will have
who ever steered a high-power autone- to go down In your wallet only fur coin
bile down the broad stretch of wave- for the auto and bed and board.
washed and surf-packed sand but real- Thib is no fanciful picture; it's all

ized that it is a world better, a world- here. It is drawing other thousands
wonder. (;o stand upon this wide and holding them enthralled, it will
speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and hold you. Come and see.
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern *
wonders.
The Placid. Pellucid Haliftax R tr. -
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a Sr c y
mile wide, fiinged with tropical vegeta 0
tion, artistic randa's looking out upon her bosom, U
gamey food fishes in countless numbers Weare not Portrait Art-ts. nor
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod I are we Art Dealers but 10 years 0
and reel; htier bosorm iflcked with duck of close attention to the, KO).\ K- *
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,, ERS "eeds has won fo us t"i
which sit about a, if for the sport of enviable reputation of btir j
bobbing upon lier waves; watch that eIT FIiCUr
lubberly old white hIeade.d p. liean pc, 'h: F mlK LLA9O INlIlSEKR SI
a fat bullet, and that fili hawk~t-I -- Anyone det-iring good work anti I,
gling upward with his floundering load strict attention paid to t!'irir- -'
he snatched from the water. ders for Developing and I'rirnti'tr, o
See the beautiful launches, si)ic'k and will get it at LESESNE'S KO()l.\ K
span, their hampers and lockers bulging PI.ACE. the only shop in tw i I
with refreshments both solid an liquid M that makes the Kodak Woik a I1
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful Slpecialty.
surface Take out your field glass and All work finished in 2-lioi i,, 1 ;2 -
sweep the river from Ormrond bridge to 0 hours if necessary. !
Ponce l'Park liiht house, then say. .I
whether the IIHalifax isn't a tiniig of 0 U I vl
beauty and a joy for-,ver, and one of 11
the modern wond(Lr.
The Enchanting1i picturesque kiJKgeood. a Eastman Kodak Dealer,
Ridgcwood av\cnri upon tin cre-n t ,ef .-ii< l s.,r, l, 11 .i A ..
a broad ridge, straight a- the crow flies, LAVTONA. ILOKRIl .
niid the wide-spr.,-aing bratnch,,s of the 0.. ... ... 0
lht.-avv-truriktd liv< -oakzs '\t'nd their
gialit arnri c ro s t h izns inignii ct i ii' t i-Cti, a ,
forming an arch, aini f!koni thie.-,' \tentd- |
ed arms great ft,.t()io,. of Spaniith no
swav as the tradit AilnI froin tropic sv.azs
fal themi I ,Wkili -trniI.t an.id d,.,A n d il [ -
l .,t,(,-" h\ ,.t; in ,
pres-ioii of a ftii v (.iti \ith lt;-i dia- f_ ^ 1iE -" i '
pt-rI -:- but as N'\i o\< ii' i'til (a-t
Sto a: tI tt l'li g t ai d i i
1, ft u s'c i ,
in thn' nil,- d( itu iitful -i t>,.- .
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%urpassinz Beaut) ot Our Cottage HomCN. IX r \ i\ i? .1 t It l
N\0 one' f AtI~l~i itUtii ti. i' s\ ic/ I
h plsp. co'mnii ll '. I.I It- m.all.rc r nIv "41 i1. 11ir I in tI I I i f J V
lilt(itittn andi prniz-e tlhan uif,,,':tint a', i-- n.' nitn iIed
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iiig12 r) h iL d b li lt-vit;Iiui 11rx i I : Ir fI t aI II 'I III: i

t t iia .luie i'tii i- i ( l,'. 54Ct 1I.'i tt f th I [j 11 1it' rtil i e i I I I t ti' o

another so d u c td 0 Oi II' roult -an'- M1ii1 iii r.4'1, t.1
,A ardi appearance i nd -I tuctuiiral 1)'a lit v. \ ~ 4

irous ro,.s o t tI kirIII 1v Ii iI!arii1i i fi i ,I a i ie n ::i. i~ a
but thle cyt ,a i'z -, k i.- .\ .- traLtt~d nl
to a kaivjdi'-alop .ik c iazl t 'v it.14 1, k l
tile mind woie g~ i i 1~i :t1.I lI


Streets and Pa-. emcnt! the W-,t amil I t.1.


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NEWS OF THE HOTELS


The Despland.


John S. Baxter, Troy, N. Y.; F. W.
Covert, Troy, N. Y.; L. R. Bolton, W. J.
Harding, Boston; Mrs. C. F. Sparks, C.
F. Sparks and Master David Sparks,
Alton, III ; Mrs. F. W. Seele, St. Louis,
Mo.; F. B. Atterbury and wife, Landing,
New York; H. H. Hull and wife, Pitta-
burg; F. J. Niver and F. N. Conrad, city
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Merrenberger,
('leveland.


The Prince Oeorge.
Amiongi the arrivals at the Prince
Gt6orge ocvr Sunday were, Stephen
Morgan, Iingeroll, Ont.; Mrs. WiLson,
Toiloito; Mrs. Marshall, Lorido, Out.; 1).
,J. il-achford anid wifo, Hudson, Micth.,
and A. B. Garrison and wife, Hudson
.cliuh.
l.iak', N. .., is a gust at the Pr since
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Schmidt's llotei.


'lit- fcllohwvng guests at Shmtilidtl's
ll,,tt'l oin Saturday aind SundaN,; Mr.,
Lucrti: I M. Allen,S St. l.,uiAs; \ L.
rae. Atlaniita; \V Smith, l'hila, i1-
>hii:; Jarlt> Ml tgg-r and vif'-, L.liiira,
\. N .; Mrs. If. 1. C. 'o.sthwait anid Mlx-s
I.i;ii.i ('rosthxw ait, Atlnita; Mr. and
.i IL. I'-. All)right, P'ortland, Ore.,
rti.- lII Ir liiclet, Sioux C'itv, lowu; L)r
Likid MrN ('. C. C Bonannon, city, and Mrs.
'irnchulius C'hri-tianlcy, Port Orange, aind
; C. k:inrirlg, .Juaklo:riville.
Maniagir Schirtid, is able to be around
:,rin %k itlh the' uid of a cane aft(.r being
:id( utp fir -,. Lra] ai ys with a siramined
1i, k i h'.


The Ridgewood.
A'oi Liii ii rival tL tit-theRidL-twatil
Ix er Sirll ay itmire, A. W\intonr and i feri,
L : u lilt ; It. 1 1 c. t t ttaoid % t te, ard
!.If. llcniq0,l of MIarioni, N. C'.; A. E.
'ii sind iariirlis; It.W. Kennedy,
t \I, :I 1\. N' : I hnit fI I ,i-s 1111 Z
iaMr.rud Mrs. Gifiord. S. N -on,
N 'iarle n\ls ligr an d 1). -
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MR. FRED MAUHIS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y.,
has arrived with his corps of assistants and opened The Claren-
don Bath Department to the public.
Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths,
Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths,
Steam Massage,


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


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SD[Davton.

Now Open for
S1... M. WAITE, Ov

SGreatly lEnlargel slice isr sas)l
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a, Florida


Season 1908-9.
'ner and Manager.


II. Cuisine anwl Service Excellent. a
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ii',. .Senir for Booklet.
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ALL THIS WEEK.


Lo0 I HILL&*S
$200 0 Ii their comedy Siningand Dancing
Act entitled
". BEACH STREET "The Kissing Bug
BEAC Phone 2 Detective."
I Phone 2 ml," l. I.,


M. B. AULTMAN
We give votes in the Bush-Safford Piano Contest.


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SARCASTICALLY FUNNY, THIS CUSS


Of OIAIMS I DATINA.


Wields The Pen Cleverly And Says
Many Good Things About
Daytona.
John F. tVilliHrnhsn, of Magnolia ave ,
in an int-rn-zting article to his home pa-
per, the lUti(ca NY ) lerald-Dispatch,
shows himself to be a booster of the
right brand. lie noticed a reference to,
Iaytona going the rounds of his home
papers whbi:h fell short of the work and
in a elear-ca:t and lucid manner he pro-
ceeded to put Daytona before his Em-
pire State friends in the proper light.


Among o.her pleasant things he says:
"Daytona. i,-t including several popu-
lous suburbs, is a city ,of upward of 5000
population, iha\ing streets that Utica
might ,be- )rtui of airnd also electric
lights. Tti-. town i- installing a muni-
cipal water system, and with the excep-
tion of a ;:w parka there are no im-
prmvements t iat can be uade.
"Daytons has twerrty hotPls and sup-
ports three newspapers, one a daily, to
say nothing of the busines.- places of all
kind. that would do cnrdit to a city of
ten timnorr its& iz .
"I wish I would d spared the tini,, to give
you somc- idea uf what lDaytorna it like,
but I am afraid I -hall have to write a
book to do it justice. Imiagint strolling
along the streets in January in summiier
clothing with orange and banana trnc-e
growing in our front yards and thti
birds singing till you can hardly hc:ir
yourself thin k; tthc! iniagiit- a wliite
sand teach 630 f ro!,iinig in ;itii pliug ;up ( n the l,.ac'h
umith a r.-r tlat dpehaft' itl'. That i-
onlv a n i )arl i ,f 'iakt I>):iytiJxa ha.-
SIf y .u (.L t.,.i -' Ua t. 'mjiit itli a.
a vh,' .i r i:, ;,.,rt .u w ill l'obustirg
a city that h i.- r\(- tli( -ttiig just a:t
"'tid l'-.rt I j .,:;,i I :.rc ti",.,tiag ht r
-very day
'Just a ur'1 ti., .ry L Uti,'-a:I- t h are
(,1,t<-nJIplatiii4 a tri', 'S!> toh tVii w. ;ir.
Stop off at Ilayti,,'a anrd h.,k rme ur
next door to -;jKMt !fii., auI I ll do the
rest."
IM r \\ illim ;) rten ni t ,r (irt f fti,.


Park own riparian rights which actually
extend to the sea but that Daytona ex-
tends only to the Halifax. True, Day-
tona doesn't try to tie a string around
the Earth and call it hers. hut Day-
tona as a center, with u numerous
suburbs, is now by h:rtge., idd! the b,ig-
gest city between St. Augustine ai,d
Miami and threatens ,ooii to) make it
the biggest between Jacksonville and
Key West, she is now pretty well pre-
pared to care of her interests. \\ without


i her beach and her interest in tht, matter
no races ever would have bien hI-ld.
Daytona is said to be the grc'atc t :u-


toimobile town of its size in the world.
Knockers likr" 'East ('u.ost" have per-
sistently hit the city arid the lKi--t
Coast moneyed interests have a- pirri-t-
entlv knocked it f-t i1 -p'it.- i it al! Otwlt
city has gone ahead an(d ll %11t t .(Iie
flourishing i\nd pro.perm, ?i.Ill \vhf-n
"East Coast's" toes arn turin(d towidi
the daisies.
A :Il4 uth of t.it S:.ri ,,i I., ,,i iic, s tv tr.
would probably track 'Ea-t t'Coa:- t,
tht camp of ttie 'irntcrtts" rt.ferrcd t,
above. It little concerns the -; riter ho ,
he is or what he is; all the \ven.iom aril
attempt d sarcasm will have no b!i ',t-
ing ctTect upon Davtona; she is a: t,ro.lA
and liberal and beautiful as n:,vy of thi Florida cities. "East C(ca't" t,'l It. ( 1
traryv notw ith:tanding.


Mohammedan Serenity.
A Mohammedan Ipe'jle enjiioy ot'
great advantage ov'r al! (others -tl'?\
never suffer from tie' athti lI athiin t."
that which is to come. and. as a I:attu
ral result, they caft always tJiijy ti-t
present. although only a ftw hours
may separate them from disaster or
even from death. Their Implicilt tle
llef in an ordained future imparts a
dignified repose and outward calm to
all their actions. Thus, in spite of the
trials and troubles which threatened
the state during my stay at Fez. a
smooth surface of unchangeable seren-
Ity veiled the inner thoughts of every
Individual, from the sultan to the ne-
gro at his gates.-Black wood Magazine


A greatt Wrong Righted,
Sampson The Great.
Savannah Automobile Races
(Repeated.)
Complete change of program
every night.
R',Kuliir Matinee Maturday at 3 p. 1tl.
Admission lo0. Night 15c.
lk)OR tPKN AT 7:0) P. M.


BOWLING ALLEY.


Tih- Imost popular
Indoor gauaitne for


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


NO. It.


AMUSEMENTS


I.


Wilmans


Opera House

SEABREEZE


COMING,

The Yankee Drummer,


February ioth


LYMAN TWINS
High Class Comedy Company
of Twenty Specialists.


INDIAN RIVER ORANGES :
Futo'e Grape Fruit and
noIer"tt Tangerines.......
-clean iid bright-r no wal-h m, ruii !.
BOX TRADE
SOLICITED :.ll" :, -
GEORGE H. MUNROE
GROWER AND SHIPPER
ia6 S. RIDOEWOOD AVE.-UDayona. Fla.


HA('H MTREET.


I LOCAL ITEMS.

Fre?>h Michelin tires; all firsts.
!it seconds. For sale at the Atlantic
.'%lttr Car Co. and Central Garage.
tf
Messrs. F S. Clapp, I t Les~ie
a:1i I. F. F itzgerald drove to e-
I.and and return Saturday evening
01n bu-i cnss.
The l.iks are getting in readiness
Ilthir new home in the Conrad block
ainl -x pvct to have it ready for oc-
c-I pai'cyv Friday evening.

D. I" Stidiham. who has been here
f,,r a tinith or niore in the interest
of fie antoim.-,bile racing tournat-
inent. leaves t ,'day for his home in
New York.


Mr. andl Mrs. RI. M. Bond, of De-
1andt. spent Sunday in l)ay'tona,
living over in Mr. Bond's car.
'liwv were ac'conipanied by MisS
.M;trtla ('. BelI. of Philadelphia.
A 'e-v'ial meeting of the Autoino-
I il ('lub will be held Thursday
(\ eni i). L At the meeting an amnemft-
ment to the by-laws, changing the
dla'e ,f (tle annual electi, tn t lhte
first Monday in March, will be pr-,-
I osed.


whbm t. O Gon
What to See.... ...


'GATOR MOVIs


PICTURE SKOw..


TO-NIOHT!


Complete Chafeg of Prurgre-um
Every Night.
Attractive Pictures Well Worth
Seeing.
Sampson and Delilah,
Miss Toney's Suitors,
The Two Models.


PROF. MAURiCE,
S'he von,,--rfIl Magician,

Ncvv Featires Daily.
M \TlVtr AT 4:00 P. M.

SHOW VERY NIUWiT
Admission 15 cents.
[Dor, opcen at 7:00 p. in.

BILLIARDS AND POOL.

\ "IT, !!. t ie \ t .p

FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO


': ;: !~I : _'4b4P1 thu'~..


P. I.A.IMS.


DAYTONA INSTITUTE.

IF F N I N N I.'\*I I.'I It KA I
KODANf:in
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F I i a -a.,, K w i i III I )r A I Ill g, I, It

BY UP-TO-DATE[ M[HORS, it1ISvil-
.-%f IPrints Mlade on f' I'.
Velox.
11i'.S3t L 1 l' Leach. Irvar
TI'ate r: fur-
"casml. Ill
Kt 'D.\ K. o
i tf
EVER, )I IfI hN( Io!e: I I

D An Ann,)znct Error.
'-I :ro~.'~ n~ typo-
Gardiner's Ari I I 21.1 r& t h t. the

**.~~*The od~t''r hwi.'
Store. 1$\P]that the
i I i~i.: l1~IIllthrt valu


i~iva r.


T- e Pied Piper."
\ ( L~,i examine
2-r 'ft--i.. '"Vhat Jis
i! ': \ \-~:'I~I,"zeu tii.~e
A%,Udl'lpvrteac-ber-
'o, Pl. .,d I'jlf itr' tern-her
* -1 i to animals, esIp-


REAL ESTATEII
BARGAINS


*665 *S SOS-em aaa-- ~- a*~~a~&i

Bond Lumber Compa
nANL FAC I I- VES OF


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Silver Beach Property
Ftrwueld bouaeot14 rooms; modemM Rm-,
wro.v.ebl-nL-d vacant property. on Flalnas ;* ii
Avenue. near th. Automohile Cluh boun. bi. Wum
For Ilh at t bargailn on .evsy terms. Is om o I
T. K. FITIaALD. 1amM tIt
Yer -rao I e'*4t my s0Ot d fto**"
Xl ine In -banm. 3?' P
1MAN OUT f toW)WN

1 m s -Ihr- re. lit room for qwvl 4a abo
other gooU It-,low* on the ~t,*ula log. My -I g ; dM
Vrottage Lotg at prices It ht have not (tN- Irrc *
I melhborolM h:ar. for gal.. 'agte .-rrv pi.mtSat is; b4
counted the mllIenlum. nrow lls p r
t n TTllr CI tuth furo 1ed cout- p V"tol t;aa
/IWU Ul I I[bO pletly; stuated at dnow WUZ mmo
tbe ornerof Lu aS Pnd Plaettov Mess no..lor V.
-one of tbhe mostdeslraIle corners In Day- mn, InrMi
tons: ooe ttagte 7 rooms, thb othero6; b.th "
and all otherconvenlenceL. Prle. >Psi far Mfl
both and a map at that. If you are itow- CAT
ested and desire to look at the property. IC 1
eall on or address, C. M. ngh. am, Cty; orf C.__-
SBtngbam A Tbompsoo, Agesat. u ila


Ormond or Ormond
EITHER IS A DEUOIlTFUL PtLI
WHICH TO OWN OR RENT A


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I-t nmie show you Sole- of the places I hatv- and ezxplala tbe-
Wf ,enjoy.

MACON THORNT"
REAL ESTATE
ORMOND and ORMOND 5B


*s-uV I um-a--uaum-Iuur-u-


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Winter Homes.


NORA A 'N


Real Estate.


A Rare


MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE:


TI'i) (ettags, one of r n r'FIa eO br ive rooms, ft


[.,t ,''A feet. front t, ',,,,. P :. \, .. ,..


I!ake an offer


CONRAD REAL ESTATE i
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I Lath,

SPhone


Truck Lawl&


orange a&d [ Lanianas in your yards like : d
to aig ve been -:poilkd by the frigid blast
(if .iSturday. fut there un uwill ring out -:0
t ...Le' iu ill ccnr h*". tilix UMn a], All .. .......
bilJ SPECIALTIES OF THE CONRAD GROCERYY COM


**NOCTI(' I i,ee Ial ('ire of tir e (i t OUR D ti lJY F l4 Q O ITIO l '
(ongregati,nHl church uill give an V
"()range Sup',er" on tilh evening of T ATION BISUi
"Condlenias 1ayv." Feb. 2nd. Supper'
served from 5 twS p,. i The Ic is A R M OR 'S \ NATIONA BISC
kindly invited 54 ::, -

--- .\"+ .- CAKES A.
?ii-i^ WdStar Hams and Bacon *" 7 CAKES
' Plant Wood's n CRACKEt
//Garden Seeds \-i;imnn Pllr I Ar ion Dai"" B !
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Lumber.


Investme


Rough and Dressed Cy press Lumber,
Shingles, Floxring, ('-i;ir .. C.:., ;. [ : M,. ard Cement i Nb
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