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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 3, 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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DAYTONA. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY. flBRUARY 3 1909


iS Cents m sWeek


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ia"--W is S H GOVE "1 NEVILL E H. CLARK
DIL 0. A. IIWMo, W. In.irf"a M ERS
I thalftu .1. 1 *OM AHCHITECT, BUILDER and 3 Pati g OPTO ETRIST
ai |i CONTRACTOR. Ha3
einLAY--- -rDOa I IIga 31
asjsa&^^S? 1sm fsiS Reeldeacorand Maie: ortbet j
Corner and AGood and VOtsVE
eidenr-M x Tlephoe a da 221 MAGrOLIA AVENUE Eyes Tcted-Fra Fitted
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[Right Goods at w |ETTE Sim STWI.
Right Prices, C3I and ., amd be
*netlo Trt You Rt. c COviuad the m X
Lat Us Be Yew Jeweers. X b.tan
L. H. ROWE & O. & GRBR S in. C


MEETINGS.


fni- aed To Govern Elder Parmele Preaches To Large


*| I WAti NINSS. INTERESTING SiUJECT TO-NM T.
^t r t ofd tyltona has not m,,- A gw'i siz7.d ec' i;:regation gathered at
b Itliag rule, E,.rl.irio th. tell on Tlllrd avenue last night to
fi p trans, t o te i con- hear Llder Parnlek preach on Our Fu-
the city: till lithine. The t1dr showed from the
s crosRing boile,- Scriptures the Home that God planned
Hldai wear a white lihit for the race in the beginning. "If sin
rrlfft ia the rear. had never entered." said the speaker,
Before turriiihg "'would God ever have altered his orig-
Wr ft, must give thrt< final plan? 'Would the race have ever
rl a om at least" three beet, deprived of tie tree of life? And,
H. if if not, %oulldn mm ever have died?
imust when n Would the earth e~er have been cursedl
l.l0iatmoble driver ii n ade Then whenr sin is blotted out of the uni-
iprumdriaia. hide behind a i verse, and the effects of sin are removed
l -hIas? h ased. will not the earA be restored to its
hll not carr in Edeniv beauty, pnd its original produc-
-l|M ^ arp ulhtanres ]i- ti\'e-le. |
"\\ben t he 'sheep' are separated from
ilg L .l / the 'goats' at the day of the Lord, the
a" ll nshl ,t, l t righteous are invited to inherit the kin[ -
fnn .atr thlin dor prepared for them from the founo-
'mf, action of the world. What kingdom was
ta usig the Iridg* s that? Evidently the one given to Adam
W51 dsit upon the railing., in a. sown, in Gen. 1: 28; Ps. 8:5-8.
of an automobile, an,: Then the earth will be freed from the
owk-ldg e of such approach curse. Rev. 22:3; the redeemed will have
l left foot oni a level a itl i access to the tree of life, verse 14, Rev.
2:7; their dominion will be absolute,
q|--hPdedtrians out of town h Tat Isa. 11:5-7; 65:17-25."
kMlk" will take for the tall timit- At the clow- of the sermon Mr. Whit-
frrw. ford. the singing evangelist, sang an ap-
6-Pedestrians %ill not Ib p<'r- lpopriate solo fitting the sernlon. Th.
l* ft ei"icart tte smoke onr HIV subject for tonight is, "The Prophetic
--O in a manner offensive tr1 p|:1i- History of thte World."


iR gIiolICDe autonioltile s.
9-Pedestrians reornilg I'll-
d in the vitals of autoillobiles, s,
0140 w smnei (:iton:ol ile, not t-
PLo-") will be liable to lth ,xt,'lrt of

-" I0-P-edestriant mi',,t :iegi-ter ait
ingof each year, aud pay li-
oi f $5. Numbere.i lit rnse tag-
be imuedo tthemn No ret ate'
Sbe allowed if tli'y tdo iot lhv%
l .e entire year
1 1-pIedestriani-, l etre I '*n
be iqmed toA thermii. t:mi-t lrt.i
b before an exanniiiirinc loi" i
ti dodgin h14apiii .rn \,\\ lii,r .
ltalrfeating tli-msvlv, fri,,;!i ,;i-


p -12-Pedetritalns irt \v,:t i:,i;
liesMeP taLcs ~.iil li< Ihi i.
fllor all damiagef dn> 'a i tinlt
Slthlir ccupants by collisil:-.
.aregoing rules are r'-.ilYv for ;pr -
I the new goverlniierlt uIr,.t.
out upon tlie. ctinii.-i,:


'iinI% r Rwmst Frost bitctn.
h ik a amlld JaH ll,' ir ,,, I, I:
Astin, are in a ft-,L ::i i
I4sWa on the L.ag,,c I It.
OhI ngI car took do i,
Wad Mim Hotd.'Lki- -. ,
W. Seymour, Tn'In ,rie \\ .-!i
V. R4agcru. N.ew \,ik. ,
beait party. Ti \ :,,i
0 lfgoeytr roIt )i,,t tI,. ,, :
their goig for t,,-; i-
a a empfire diriii ni,
tiame otherwise.


mpuppu,, suugmu3SSSUSSSSU' 4U -....s**s1


III


Vote As It Stood Tuesday Evening
IN THE tlUStl & SAiORDI) I,'l \N) % CNI>tSI.


1,173,805
K35,512
018,405


THOSE LUSTY INFANTS.


ROAD TO COUNTY SEAT


NOW IN GOOD SHAPE.


Cold Snap Gave DeLandites An
Extra Touch But Without Any
Great Damage.
Chairman (teo. F. Crouch, of the Vo-
lusia County School Board, accompanied
by hi- brother-in-law, G( M. Brauntfels,
New York City, president of thte whole-
sale hardware liria of Braunfels, Brown-
ing & Co., took a run over to DkeLand
Monday, the former ,ou business con-
nected with the scihook. They report the
D:l.and therminieters a! showing four
degrees more cold than thli coast ther-
momleters but it was the general opinion
over about thke capital tn:at thl result.


ATTORNEYS


CLASH


FREQUENTLY.

Judge Hart Administers Rebukes
At The Cooper-Sharp Mur-
der Trial.


OFfICIALS


OF THE


COUNTY


Hold a Regular Monthly Session,
But Do Littl Of Interest To


Coast Section.


VENIRE AIMOT fFXHNAUIIFD ASK FOR ?D 2AVF. INPYVFfhT


S'ilit.. r,... .The B,oard of Coilntv Commissioners
NASHVILLE, Tenn FLb). 3-Th( re held its regular monthly meeting at De-
are nine nen in thet jury box at tht Land Monday evening and 1 "esday
--= opening of the Cooper-Sharp murder morning; all members werepresent; but
trial this morning. Hllalf ,f th. tiew little busint-s was transacted.
Svenire of 500 m n were exliaute(d ,,I The following road and bridge reports
I yesterday. were submitted:
IDistrict No. I. Progress on Eawt Coast
lToday's early- plril ,,.dI, i t ri road to Ferry and 4lsteeu and Titusville
marked by frequent cla4.,' tt:, road.
poing attores.Judt llLrt No 2. Completion of work on Orange
i tering several stingti. r,.uk., and ad- i and eLand
ni~~~"h# a y .. ~..'itv and DeLand road, Lake Hrlen road,
S| niouishing attorneys. W.th thi *e\-tiuis- work on DeLand-D-
-n Ii art*hhtonHerald.of the ,t nd prisoners at work on DteLand-Doyn-d
of Juror Whitw rth's No. 3. t'in strawing Glenwood and
serve will be taken up. Tinis i.'-te h and road. [)te.and and DeLeon road
!make a hot fglit botwecti :|;)|)OaHI; at-
W STY H MRE LOUN6IN6 SEATS makeah ght btwe toreyi anti prigrtusson i ;nwood and Stetson
we El 01 NEEDED IN PARIAGES. The defense ann)uict,cl t,ila.v that Nl,. l'rgrtss onSmithere-k bridge.
Sthe three defendants. ('Co,,oni ('o,,tr. No. 5 Repairs ,n Oak [Hill and N'. v
SI U A his son and Sharp would each takc the Srnvrna road.
stand in their own d.l'f'.c whi.ii the The petition of citizenu of Ormood in
Visitors Wish For These Every trial is in progress. relaItion to repairs on roads was referred
ItIt I Day-Would BeCourteous and Jacob Fruitiger, a fruit ratisr, v.,!. t, ('iiinins.iioner Bradshaw for such a<-
qiualified as juror nunrhr IAv Ir,. tion as lie may see fit
Word reached this city, Tuesday gracious To Supply Them.
Gracious To Supply Them. TLiT' petition of %%i f M. Carswell fnd
afternoon,,of the death at Bahiai llhoda, others kiug for r
Cuba, of \\W. E. Stych a sqn-in-law of It is a fact everywhere observed otaiers UkS A fori npr to aceond gv-t
Mr and Mrs. I). I'. IRandolph, of Second Florida that a large percentage of her pue roay11 n-ar dsaytora and agrefen to
avenue, an a man %\,<1 l and favorably tourists are middle-aged if not elderly RUSSI pay 1 toward such work was referred
known here. people. The salubrity of the climate to t'ommi. S ,, s is e i tr h hr D)aytona is no exception to the rule, an i The clhrk was instructed to advvrti-
into Mrs. Scitych, but ild to reacis with her, anre to toe casual obsctrver it is apparent thatfor bids fr painting courthouse root fht
she finally r ..ied the s intlc ien, an a very large percentage of her winter I poor house.
she finally recvived the sad iutelligel.i vC R R R < m,. (,,t c b w ex
by letter front a .-ster of I..r Ill.tll., visitors are elderly people. Many such l t' nial 'prt 'o4t bills wr e
wh, living s r!tnth,. coull hardly survive the rigors of arnit t nrid ap ro eel fer $67.41 axid the
who hvig as Orlando. ,I t,, I; ,t A -r w rait" tht r,.-
Itittht-ru wint,'r Cooped up in artifi- S'T. Pf[TRSI l ;p *t I tnwrant, ,
Mr. Sty h. lho, w(uld- h:\t I.tv 'e t..,,illv h-:0t,4-d rotms they would not darve Feb. .l-- t is thi,,ugih t t!:tt r l s of i tr \r r
v.zirs of age in April., died of lm,,tr- I.itr the i ,. tet.tsandl brav thr niere ..... .............. .... ,. of iit.te- r t.,tlh.
1((1 -- -- -- ilitl Let'.d~( S~P V Stj4' CII'tr I... L..i i


of the cold snap woull ),we il.-iglniticant. rhaHe of the ln:rig. l'hur-day of lI:st
They thoi;ght that neither citrus fruit x. %4,k. Ils father, \\iliain Stvt, la,
nor the trees would be mntterially da;l- ct-harg of a lirge pllltaticen ait Hia;thl
aged and the loss iould be .onliniiid to Iliitil, add Mr. St, lii jtii,,ti Ii : par-
the more tender fruits ;thi \ ut'ettll'. etnts there I:lst Jul\ fyr thte I, O : itlit of ii-
UI 1. 1 |l... .... 1 ;. ..f,.. ..t.. ,.1 .. ,, t- I, 1 / li.ull l iu %l A,.i :*il) rAl li t l 1 V W llililli i.11ii-


h11ip, .laqui ard wife, of Morrim- "" i""rlui, 'i "i i
t(,wn, N.J., are in the city, and after tona. While he enj
a v'i.it diown the coast, will be back credits them with Ii
ffr a tnotra.te( l stay and for the esi noth ing el.ewhe
ra,''s Mr. arid Ars. Iaquti, and a ith I a'tlna alrid i
party of riendds, weire hliere last win Mr- Hrau.Ihls ar1 \
ter. O<'(ilplving one of the burns0 at
talz-., on Ce('dar street Mr. ,ai is hUket\ill hase,ii
left Nevark. N. .1 Monday noon. I
ci'l.ik, andiI ate his dinner here last d b
ii i! l t Ti'!i sh}ilow tlie trt of serv- Tlhey rui,''rt tic
i'(' i lti rail ,alls now give between (road in gite1 I "ii i
.'! F.' :.t and I)iav\ to all. t'hliL'-h:oles Iet\\ 'aen


CONFERS


DEGREES.


le~~~~~~~~~ t I.:,ctt~~uha~i-t of can-
eldat :t t oe u 'niar nt, i l-c t:rcTtiesda'a
ti-I 1 i t ItilhI I ll t1wot .I siti i r-
CE '11.-

~iIA 01 ct r rting hi' d-


II111 3100el L:11(I rIPA % e 1r 1 C ii M 0iPt. Inuh t leit L 1 fL kI 1 --
-ed a aIll I St ycI"\~~~ Ii~1c h ,u lvrc -- lrr! n n


iriIy atHtr :tttlciiS ie
e in I it lo ida tlat is .,
ii the .aiie erbreath
Si ;i -'ate tVbt thliat
ift'- M r-. ltrauuni-fIls
illt thite ict'n of thl
\ i 1il[ Ie' hlie r

S i I !., i .iL \ t ,. a
i'.i i, l iit f ir t e
litre, ariil Mt A! itt an.


'PHONE CABLE


DISJOINTED.


i Durinti the r,-c' nt '-trt: t. ,. ,.,-,,,, i ,
the l'.a- t l i el ll t i ;le',t. ,r ( \ tllli \h) .
Shichi ('rosse,- tiv I ll: !:\ \i r ,k .'
arid the ser i t'tic p ,' -:.lti lti
slice lieeC i crri(p Iel c\ : i. v.-]
tolay. lh',u,\. v r, at :, I \' i i il tl'
break t:. t -'re. i, e I. : -tii e .



THE "WIRELESS"


IS COMING.


S1 .hlI I l\ t ltt\ t t .; I t li,.: M.
('citiniiitt't c-n .it-tflli 't h 'lN i-c e t,,Iav


v'., attack tof fever ie:irlv t\, E t-.,-
ago, and while ill i a 'A.iktiAiti ,.litti
his lung, betamc ;itTc't"tt.
lli. th';ttiht 'lll t ,'lie ljd cl ily, il !i \ lu- ;t
shtoctk tt his illativ 's :;id flifi 'tl !' '.
a:ld i l, yh i c in wilic ilntl litre: ppa: ir .t !::i te
thi ti t-p symilprathy .,f tiit rit' !- matil
n, iLi~ ors.
M r. lai dthljl ti li.. k Ait i. t k li:, t '
I r iii ii* fi \ -t L t .i td l ;i\ t t ;'.k .


ELKS GO0


,I-I. LA- k ....... ....04*t-s... ... I'm...
ing cld. here they saunter forth upon
tiie ,t rth. dri'ik in the bracing air, live,
"111 h in, tc hr tinshine and exercise.
Siirh ptople love to drop down Iioi
m:il th!ici vlt l rest and watch the prce-
,'--l'at' ,:! .by ; the pony carts, the
tnuit : i itlh; the pedestrians. These are
ti. i i, '[lt s, it s often ~ ish fora loung-
i. t 4)tt11 o \, it'hh tot rest.
It u" l, h nit t ', c-> t a rent deal airl!
\,,'ii -i,, a hheral anid welcome prlit
S r '0! t S ,itlUltd apl>reciate ()n tl..
k it- t.wil ) he Romie ...icht inscription n-.
S\\ilc'lnie to, Rest Her," "..Collie Sit
11 ic, r 'I,',t .\OAhlch'," or soMOe liki
I tr' it- a few suchli stats ind if vw,,
o\.: ohet!.re tlheyv re daily used. lThi re
:;" il iit-arrlv enough of them.


PAST AOTI[R:; T J L. LEWIS
DAYTONA H. S. STRONG.


Makes a Large \ ote For a Singlc


l)ay l ifle.. knd Star-


Voting Large.
SI -'itof

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nit* i -' I t I t 4 e 1
It

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Is t~~tIO 111" h i ci i
Q ra


the Douniias ilvest.'li1ttl, i ..f t % S,'ic "
Police scalnial pltotpoin.li f".; t.ti i.i .
acring which time a -:c .t: s... :,'it '.
will prepare thlie r.-j 1t I l. v :it;.,,r
today that their i; ', ihi,p f st.' ;::
scandal of such hugle pI; i. It I-
believed' that ,tn r .n e; .-tL : I r tii C.
the police will become C i -I,\ .l i: .
exposures teing :made tv A.\. Ip, t' ,:i
formnir director of th:e pc,;, r. I ,.
is I' f'in t cl .et'iy gnicia h',i t i, !-i,,!

M r andit M r-' ,'- ',1 : :' t: i
aW d M rs (;i ili; 1i ) l \ : ."r!,
Hari ld,l f '-J w \. t < !.N"';
lb'watedl fir tii l '.t 1a ;r I r;. -s
avenue, arte t',ily cr \ir,- : r.
beauty tii id t \\ in iti'rl r tt I-),'i ;I:i
Tlhi iss tlieiir t i's[ \:sit 1 ', i
they ire de li ht.ti ',1it; 'l A-
its surr(,iuniiilh-.;.


( '.: ct .-',zti. riv%.- t ran ,ri !, J.


PROFESSOR


MAKES A HIT.


--- N1,wri -e, the riusgi' ianl, at-
': iUse' at th.- '(I ttor
2. .r ~C~i',:- it g.je' visadi- 4r- -

I. 're.=.-:' r, a. v It and I;
a' ic r.c'-~ ep-

iInaittetrlltI
s I 'to'i- I ,E' 1


RE-ELECTED.


INIIAN.\'idlISInde.. I 'tb
I ho I oli I.. i *'.% i:- 'A as e-t!Icial v rrelrctrcI
,,t 1t IIrilted M tei Wekc Viirk,-'r.
i t-r m C. %N alker, f
Ii:-i-. lx a loric t yof It ; c ie2f9, acterc-
-! 1. itadti pubi c Iene I tft
CtiJa i t No oe(cit e it-t'i'




CHURCH SUPPER


WAS SUCCESS.


i ., I.it -ce te) be thoroughly
; ) i i;i> -"itin' t le icy breath of Sat-
\ :: .I "'i t'tIE s,wi'ir t ttile cOIt s ot.


.4'l,' -ii


a.- cm.


M. Co.~


MANY ATTEND


TENT


IBTBIANS!,


l For Protection Of
A.-miibets.


Congregation At The Ad-


ventist Tent.


FAST TIME


TO FLORIDA.


I) VNION %


I- ~High Stho'l

Irjtrn Star


.x 0 P.ALI


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Telehm ULTY M.AN
Te ww M PW -Fmm% l~I~


PARAS(

Tolio shapes, etc., on Thura

and Saturday, Jan. 28th, 29thl

THE PECK-H ENDUIC
COR BEACH AND MAONUA STS., M1


AirP4.5


M'WHY PAY MORE?


B ANTHONY BRO3S. W"
Seu, L tr Gn-^yot rr.


Hand Made Porto Rico


and Panama Hats

AT LO W PRICES'.



N. ELLA DiVOY & COMPANY,

No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,
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January Sale of


Clothing and Shoes


NOW ON AT


THE


1 BEACH STREET.


GLOBE


DAYTONA.


FLA.
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IIN AIll SMTTSI


.: W H Gardin i ll at his home
,on South Palmetto avenue.
S-Store wood. MIL1Can & Ed-
wards, phone 123. tf
S11. P. Foote and party, from New
Havernn C'nn wn at thi Halifax


River Yacht Club, on Tsapday, en-
route north to SL Augutine, in the
yacht "Corsian."
I Saratoga Ina Garage, cars stored
* by day or week. Six-cylinder, seven-
Spassaenger Welch and four-peengmer
I Elmore for charter, hour or trip.
: Rates reasonable. tf
Mrs. J. F. Burton and daughter,
Mrs. Lestsr C. Linoin, of Brooklyn,
N Y.. arrived in the city Tuesday
ti, remain during tho me;on. Mrn.
Burton is a sister of Miss M. Ella
l[).Vc.y.
Martin Geisler, a well known poli-
tician and president of the Bronx.
arrived, with his wife. from New
Y-rk Tuesliay to spend the balance
c.f the seas:u here. Mr. Geisler,.who
is a frifn'i :-f Conrad Stubenbord, of
N.-rh tI: !iewood avenue, came here
:. vi31t Mr Stubenbord for a few
aavys lat winter, was so charmed
with the place that he remained
tree weeks, and now returns with
.Mrs ^-i5ler for a more prolonged
"t..'.
Rf K r- -Large Luse. 14
r r:-s. situated at Silver Bea h. near
..'.i: m nile club house. bath, hot
an.i c 1H,. hard and soft water: fur-
ni-hedi. Garage and servant's quar
ter s. Rental. $5 '. for season. IL-
qure of T. E. Fitzerall. or arny
agent of


tAYT(-lNkBLEACH. F-b. -3-M.

-- g M r .N -ird r G W. Avers.


D--tM

I: aZJ jt ed of a !aal
W ti; tael%-e -'.[A
veget~~cbatii taken~
X g -o .e irK r.. Lsh-' rfre~h-
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L. A. A hv. A. w0o is s enSi.L rtte
'n.:.e: I: 'lie P4 z'ur;t, er"ied a cali
--~:~.,~ !.L.: o Li friends,
M-.. I g T:y.C ~ ri.-2a


seems ama a a a B a- a- aU a --


Everything Modern.
Homelike and Comfirtah!e.
PIirectlvy n Atlantic Beach.


Surf Bathing and Fis
$2 I r : I AY A '


HORACE STEWAR


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TIE IAY[IR IAyI N[VS
Psbited cwry .uine. r-pt Au n -
day, ftom Neutvar I to April 1. I.~
TEt OAZE TLE-'1EW%4 ON%
T. L ry.uuzAx. Edttor-Mania' r
L V. PRMAIUM CltCi ydITOr.
C.~. HARAM VitrrtilaKion Min~tz.
OMD. F. (-Wof H. Aup-rint-1]0f---'
Entcrvd as cord.iadi s.-e !ti- a
crmlr 1. S9V ;t th-
lisytom. Fla. uml-r t::- A ; r

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BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS
LE AI,


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F. W. POPE
Attorney and Counsellor at
Law.
Prac,:te In Scate &rdi -rs .-*-
OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE.
STelphon c -4

T. E. rtzg FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at La A
Special Facilities for Ex. ':inr:.i :. Z
Perfectirg Land Tit',.
Office i Conrad Building. TF. ::, -

G. A. KLOCK. M. D..
PHYSICIAN ASD StiRlWE0%
-* A -'..t.'"-:ir. K. M. Ferruae. M t0.

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E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.

Fourth [Lkr Ue et Prft-.rTiec



ROY HOWE. M. 1). :
Physician and Surget, * .'* i:.,i **-.
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SEABREEZE SAN;TAR;Uv
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M. SHUFRO,THE WSTO,
TAILOR.
awab Mad I S~
Suits Made to O(r der m R so Up.'
Al lwork doce inide b bywhite beWp
Ci.uTjHES-Z CLEANED AND PRESSED
Y RVpyT KY -.-)ALR ItL 9 PIC W .
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So FELD
Farmrtrv wftb Hh bre.. Fll Ave.
md 38 Streft.N ew Vark
L-ADIES- TAILOR.
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A Vwch;t (cct and Buildce
P~-.'-:'Aven'e


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Local Ageit Wanted.


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FOR CH4RTER. Picasure Yacht
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T.es t:. fA.wurgacxu:.: of the
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w-re ~i,,;-tly marripd Mon-ay. JL.. 25.
h lte br~e~ moth-r, M.--.
VT A.A.-:,-, Cor-:&Lt &vecute, by
i. L. iar-ber uL:v the imne-
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Bicycle Supplies ar~d Pt:p a
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Rl-icl..r-ith and Carrie
Shop in Conrneclion.
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Vo VOIASI A COOU 'NTY
Du L.AND. 71 u3Uz*. LAva


MIERCHANTS' B.


DAY MlN F-LAPEUINKO.


AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JAN .R


RESOURCES


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Lixiticand Fwcfinti I


Overdrats
Barlring Hnnse v

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Ladies' and (ent s Fin bI IS.
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S u r-iJ~i. 1"alI Ipa rts ad
DAYtTONA.. SE ~BREEZE. ('K Mi )\U, and II) VTONA I
Ice for Boats Ieli-ereJ at ~i; f.i% ...kcdor IA
OFFICE-Rear of -Schantz 'ltar;.
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h .To the Trade Who Like Good
or; S \ E ARE S I.F \(i" \ F', TtIHE
0*- Famous Royal Scarlet and Curtik Bros.

%E E%. 0 \nd Like P. iVrnurm \'c Neer
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No. 0 Beach Strcct. I)ai\t,.na. Fla.
Automobiles and kiasoline Enp


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Discounts Allowed the Trade

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McCal's Patterns.


ANTHONY BUOCK*


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S. B. GREEN j3 National W~meI

Proprietor 2Z I5outh Beach Street
f f Opposite aht Club


DATITOA, LA.

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..IIARS..

Our Al-Havana Smokers are a
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ZYI LLE-ON-m E-INDIAN-IIVER, FLA.
dm Newly Furnis'td Rivr.-view Ro(ma Running Hot and
Cold Water. White Setrv(e
TA6000 Aqara lisud oh* Ieu
u_-. (4U tn. s14u l and Power Roatsi.
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ARATOGA INN
d inOwl- the Most Beautiful Spot on t he Halifax River.
JOHN J. McOUIRE, Nroprietor.

g INVTE INSPECTION. Roomrs Single or En Suite with
SBth. No better in Florida. Table of the best of everything
,i*mm. Terms as reasonable a- the serviice will permit, given on t


A hnT-cLa sGARA.(; in eonnec-tion with tie hotel.
S4r or week. Special arrangements will be made
arra (-e.


Storage by
with guests


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9-1011916102M hat you vxjwc ( i tI- 'I-copc:s:i I' It w' I 1(o ru It -to t d Flow-
Os horldock. booki-'t.


N( )LISt. tAugustine,
pffTEL ,k%.fA V
Nq N H A Ake Florida.
Seket Family Hotel. All Modern Improvements.
.IftyAsarlat. FAo Prtv-e t4 *r % A. Accommodations for 300 Guests
Hu*t. lrvv81t4,rh. ~c.
#AIM $2.9 ANDUPWARD IER D A Nd .'\r'I~ ~
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PORTLANI), (Oq
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1bn ILuxry at Mode

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Rmbtenuia Vafe I
= to Tourlst and
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MOTEL CO.,
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CMHICAGO


$15 0,000
Mot1 J .;iaJ k'unniny water anJ Long
ll.tian..r P honr% in all I tavms.



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Automobile For Sale


%imost 'NCV Reo Runabout,
%%i't h V`olding Back
Sa t.

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-- T.P .,af u AsUte And iThe Pl Out.
The Modern Here Ib where world's record for speed B ------ I
are broken with every reeurring seon. OF
Seven Wonders Autoe the biggest, the fastest and the NEWS OF THE HUOTIS
SeVen WnU dU rs finest are on daily parade and the big 3
Sshow is as free as the pure artesian Li J J1 I
IOytm's loceisable 0c Beach. water from the thousand flowing wells.
One of Daytonap crowning glories is It is a continuous show with constantly .hm t'S Motel :
her incomparabl beach No one who citing scene. You will probably catch S
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed the spirit and when you do the roads Th- following arrived at Schmidt's
ands; no one who ever pedaled a bi- and the beach are yours The Florida Hotel on Tuesday: A. I. Miller, Sea.
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever sunshine is free, the balmy ocean breeze; Jelfair Knight and wife, CE. E
drove a prancing pair of horses and list- brcezes are free, the birds and squirreli Kelum, Jacksonville; W. F Palmer, St. m
ered to the popping of their steel shoes and flowers are free, the sparkling Louis, and F. Rechteler, Pittsburg, a
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one fountain water is free and you will have personal friend of H. H. Hoehe, of this
who ever steered a high-power automo- to go down In your wallet only for coin cit .
bile down the broad stretch of wave- for the auto and bed and board. J Ifair Knight head of the Knight,
washed and surf-packed sand but real- Thi& is no fanciful picture; it's all Ciockery and Furniture Company, of
ized that it is a world-beuter, a world- bere. It is drawing other thousand Jackson vile sat Schmidt Hotel Mr.:
wonder. Go stand upon this wide and h.Alding them enthralled, it will d night re on their wedding
speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and hold you. Come and see. trip. W
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modem rn mm U.emmm.**mmmmm The Despland. a
Wonders. The following were the new guests to
~ r Th


The PTaid. Pel-cid tIaUmx River. + FO i arrive at The Despland yesterday: Mr
W here think you is water with more i L I ad Mrs. Grayhworth, Kansas City, Mo
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a 4 J. F. Leitner, Wilmington, N. C.; Miss
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-. K. Falvey, Mrs A. Huston, New YorL;
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-,: a KOdak Shop.-==- W. G. Richardson, Rochester, N. Y ; W.
randa's looking out upon her bosom,' P. evereux and wife, Minneapolis; Mr.
gamey food fishes in countle.-s numbers We are not Portrait Artists, nor P. D ru and ife, Minneapolis; Mr.
oo cand Mrs Cecil Wilcox, Jacksonville: C.
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod mare we Art Dealers but 10 years 0
o o n t LJ. McGlone and wife, New York; Mr.
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck ofclse attention to the Mrs. Ncholas, M. Smith, Miss Car-
and coot and snowyv-inged sea birds, ERS needs has won for us the r a (
-a l winge sea birds, linee A. Taylor, Baltimore; Mr. and Mr.
which sit about as if for the sport of enviable reputation of bIeing -. Von Voost and two children,
bobbing upon her waves; watch that a|RnT P iC* FII1HFC Schenectady. N. v.
lubberly old white headed p, lican pc,--.h lIo n FLRTO llllChLIlR. ...
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk. tr1g- Anyone desiring good work arid l
gling upward with his floundering load; strict attention paid to their or- The Ridgewood.
he snatched from the water. 0 ders for Developing and Printing,
N -m F. (;. Jordon, Minneapolis; Willtam It.
See the beautiful launches, spick and will get itat LESESNE' KODAK Jrdo, Mneaoli llam
span, their hampers and lockers bulging PLACE, the only shop in town "
with refreshmeuts both solid an liquid I that makes the Kodak Work a Hirsch. Atlanta; I. Ernt Mann, Salem
.. ;Mass; Mrs. (C. W. Frame, Mrs. H. C.
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful Specialty.; Mrs. .. .
surface Take out your field glass and All work finished in 2- hours. 12 (arter, New r York; Mrs. J. E. I)oyle, W
Swork finished rvard. Kalamazoo, Mich J. Dud-
sweep the river from Ormoud bridge to 0 hours if necessary. ( Klmzoo Mich ; J. Dud-
Ponce Park light house, then sav l1y Holt, Jr. Harry P Rosa, Lynch-
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of H burigl ; Mr. and Mr -.. obert M.
beauty and a joy for,nver. and one of! K mi n i; .mpn, Miss Longnan, Mrs. Theo-
the modern wonders. R Ll ll d.re F. Kan 6 Eastman Kodak o! alrt valet Hand maid. Cincinnati; Mr. and
The Enchantingly Picturesque RiJgewood. Eastman Kodak Dealer, Jhn M. Srnythe, Mi Ja
Ridg s broad ridge,, straight w the crow flies m M rahiyt Cicago,
a broad ridge, straight a the crow lies, DAYTONA. FLORIDA. v.re :trnrong tie arrivals at The Rilge-
and the wide-sprlading branches of the 0 it ,t v(t, r(ity.
lhea\v-trurnka.d liv,-oaks extend their __
giant arins ac ross this magnificent vista, -


forming an arch, and from tiess' extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade 'winds from tropic seas
fan them. LooI king .-traihlt ahead own
tlii whitr' sEh'Il st.r' t t); l has ti,' im-
pression of a fairy ath th ith.ai, h dra-
perie-s but a vyou inov)\, long anid cast
an ,'vy' firt to th,' iihit a:id thOwn to th,
!hft you se'e distingui2tied cottage hii,'u >
!n the mons-t 'dclizlitful selttiris.
-urrnpssing Ieaut> ot Our Cottage tiomus.
No oiie of I)avtoia's attractions, p(r-
haps coitii;iaids T;ire net'arly univcrstia
:ittenitiotn an1d prai:;' thani (i-i; thl,' arti-
ti' cottage. The ,\r;,'rs ,ft:'>c ciiarrnu-
ir:g villas hail from cx t.\en (o,rr;r of the'
country and they bring tl,.ir o\ in archi-
tectural plans and build upoin thin ll.an
its the architecture ,f o;r.c sc til' of th,.
country differs from their arcihlt(.'tulre of
another so do our honas ditTffer in out-
ward applara'ic('' a,:d structurall beauty
from one anot!'r. Ther 1are nominonoto-
nous rows of :,rikiniglyv -inrilar buildings
but the e%,,, as it ct'ps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "\\'hat ntxt.'"


Streets and Paements the Most and Best.
Why the' Arctiit,'t of the 'mivcrir
chcrsc to give to, I)aat,-' a tl.c x ;most ad-
mirable, the I':.i-t pIicturs-iiue natural
setting of all tlie citi-- of the South is
nit revealed but that such is a fa( t
must be apparentt to tlci' mIst superlica' l
Ilbserver. \\it!I suc'h a.,-h at'lth eof
rnatura:l ,licau'y :t 1, :t;:' an cLasy thlrig
for the haud of nman tI, give the tittle
:!ti~sLing tuc).,t\!. h,' h v> hi avr lro,, lht
out tihe c i nr! af:d c ,-utli!ni ,'f ,'):, 'big
picture.
Main did ld in -: fI\ '9 LI
the -tre.'ts \\ith: I!:, r i ,f ':;; 'i:,- ,of
parkagt c. ti.' t6: ', c'v l,,. ir't, s a
great park
And %t: f.r ra ini; :. is. [. 't.ii t ;i ts
that look and ati': :...' gr;.t: ;tf,-.-\l.i r'
else' l'.t 'cI n tth, 't'tli la ind W(t'>'t'r:
-V'a a"t ",o a: y ;ill'. i!N )I, rioportie it to
i haII ita: l I -" IF 1! 1 o: it, U1 Iheard-(If
pac.-' t ,,rt.- r: -" .e,i l b t tp r. l ayto:.a
't ,r- ,i., v t:O'ie g:mntl't t ii' wo,' iid.


%q Uarrda. I I~e'a''e Bird-4 and I ruits.

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Tiwe Y ankee Doodle of the EIllen-
\Nld il.et (cf boats, is leing clean-',
ar,,l scraped. For the present Il!
lauiir i PIixie is on the fer:. run
It i.- now Cran Ipa I, i' s,.
y. 1i Ile. se, Mr. and Mr-. C. llan-,r
,,t Cle' eland. ( }hio. liavintg li,,t ,i,
dtie prm-iid parents i f ; tint i,,
pouin! Iov, thurs>!;iv (f iat u


futrniturt a tl Sjpt'i'ltv.
(C-ttage avenue.


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Cl'i;.lv H~s I Fl~ it ii. *folill itt trr fl,
WilihainaAllen. lratiithe 1\Rt.% ,"N

ariTVed at tilit, ~1hftx lt'Iver''
(lub Ul Nf i onkday


.lust rcc ,irt'lv !,i- -!,,,i<'k
mindt 'I'ires-ail ,i.:',r ;t!l,
IhlV your tirtes lit'-. at N.
tpri,'n's. ar ),t :2,'t t ll f'm m!!in
free. Davtona Autio Transit
T'h'ie rtl.tar-iIs i ve b,. hifigh Sth, ohl ay to k, :


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March. l:'hi',sal- a:e l,! ."
,irrctoiin ef Miss Fuller., ( .,
tist ructonrs at the Iligh Schii.' 1
a1 te ltfll in t Daytn' I iatn .,2 i
k mI P.'r i' ,a ii Stic 't.


t iit'

1i211


Rescuing a Camel.
The camel ht .,Ih .'s alleda! tI; "ship
of the desert." Like the ship, lie may
be capsized, and in that predl-:amnnt
he ki h.Illoless. Isi. nmiann Tr of l. in-
dowvt to r< I is,; tl fold his 16 g; h-,
neath hlis I, dy. If be happens t,, r-7l
uiLn his side he canmiit ri f(4t agailn. This Intirmity of the ainl
Final is nreuti,,nIed by the ('ounrt de I.e-4-
dalni in the a,',aut af hish Jouruey.
"Fromn I'ekin to ,,1kkl '"
"T' ie' rHr ivaHit \% %:is iad tp' ,f :1::1-
els. 1 had lero i:,d i:l.id no !ie, :i ,f t'klng, any theirr
a :m uii .'n u Int,, a e.' lIr."rv iLariel\' ',":


T'he Prince (eorge.
.Amn ,;tg the arrivals at Th'e tPrince
-,rg', T'uesday, were: Mrs. A .V.
M til i.r and daughter, Miss hate, an d
I ,ii r al:;i Ilaighter. Mi.s.- Matilda.
I,>i I ,in, Frdtid all if New York
A part' ri m:le up ),f the following ar.
i:: a 'iing trip, ti, the Inlet today
\\ iii:i-r I cirimig, lattlht'or,. Vt.; Nli.sS
I, 'r',rLt Crippe, IlaraIbot, 'Vis ; Mr.
u'. i M I:-. I,,i;rvi, Mrs. Ililyard Mr.
a,: i \r I': ter-oi, of Spring Lak*e, N
: Mrs. NlacN'l, of )en-

I-. 'atPrr-on, of Spring Lake, N. J.


:'ir rt ;A The I':inme G;orge, is serc-
i \1. r r'is.-ir.r f the Ne.-w .Mou
.' "',. at that surnumer r,'srt.


Economy of Costly Foods.
T'." ~'i- n,lmiy (,f expensive ftiodi ix
i \i.-:t:(,tl by the fact that digestlu.
;.;.it !n I m:an, Is dependent upon
:.i.,rs. without which It Is so defe''-
'i\ that we do not obtain the good ,of
r!',, f,,tl we swallow. As far as ex
I'errliititsg o,. they subotantlate these
:tsserti,is., ftor the sight and sell of
ml.,inirgt fotid start the flow of dli
z,,va^lv fl'ilds, while disagreeable odors
:i:iA ',!ht stop It. I)ellcatessen, then.
uk..lnd ".tnem to be staples, for they are
;i.. ess.arv. The talk of being able to
-ulsl.,t ,n a few cents a day In simply
;i.>n-.,,l>C and leads to deterioration of
h: Il I!I What sFtvils to bte extrava
i:.', Iin f(acd purchases may be
wh,,,. ,nIme lnstilnt. The high cost of
li'i;i is partly due to the cost of the
l I.',rs we nIed. We cnmmiend these
hl.-;/ ,'4 cur worthy dletetic econo-
,;;;lt' t I.*iy;iun may not be so ftlisb
. r'1,:.' lhysloluogists thermseIlves.
.A tirr :,r.l Tn Medicitne.


A Novel Method of Advertising.
.\ s: .rke.-Lper In a small out of the
\v;a. t ,l' t many years ao hbit upon a
i:.,\a'i nmit'{iod of advertising his store.
tie ..neited the Idea of buying up
te,' s ,,lk o f stamps at the yostomfl-e
ai r,,rs :the way. Thbe postmaster ob-
;'e,*id to, to e denuded of all his stock.
Iut his mysterious customer demanded
the stanlips over the counter, sheet aft-
.'r shqet, as an ordinary member of
the public uutil he had bought every
stamn:p to be had. Then he took the
srci it over to his store across the road
.::.l plistered his windows with no-


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MR. FRED MAUHS, 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 the very highest grade of Professional Opera-
tore. The only'place south of Washington, D. C., where these baths
may be obtained.


HOTEL DESPLAND I
Daytona, Florida 5


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


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


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We give vote- in the Bu<*h-Safford Piano C-ot-t.
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The Action of a Spinet.
The sptLlt instrunieut was an Im-
provement upon what was kniwn as
the claricbord. thi- t,'u of whlch. al-
tbourib wetL. was cmt-pa Ac. unlike that
of the harpsi, be-d (fsuP or de;-rezat., rede.-tilg the finest
gradaUon of the touc-b of the player.
In this power of explo.ieicn It was
without a rival until tLh- plauo was In-
vented. The -ar!y histi(ry of the clavi-
chrcrd irT-l u-n T.> thet fitecnth century
rests In profound obit-irity. but it Is
said thnt thert. 1s one Litaring the date
1_2 hbnvi;:-: f,,ur t.*tares without the
UP shvrp and G share, notes. The spinet
was the luvention of the Venetian Spl-
netta. The acti:-n Is unique. The In-
strument is siniilar tw a small harpsi-
chbord. with ore wting to ea,-h note.
The strings are set 13 vltration by f
ixtLnts of quiil, elevaied oun wooden
uprights Lniown as ja< is. and the de-
pression of the keys cause's the points
to mpns upward. produ, !ng a tone sim-'
llar t,, that f a hir'. 'IrrIn gs are used
T, dr-iw th,- pii!ls lma'k linto, pSsltlon.
The kJ. .r anl i- arran..- 1l: a manner
af(ir ir1 Irre -"- i:r, -ier n Ijial,-.


Apartment Hoise Life.
I kn.-n'- n...1 i y yV, u Mn't h,'ip livn
ii a fiat. lut yu c,.ullb hellp it if you
weren't t,-. laz'y 1,., lixe In the suiburtb
T li,,re 1] i,- r(..l l n,,lie life I,,-- l,,;
Si:'h,,ut (-h'!d(nr':-n,',t ,ie. but :,.' i
*!jrn--eniugh .to kc;p l 1Le y-,ung n:,,th
*r t,-o l nsv to make .e 1*:itve s!'. ts,,
;,onom to the smart set. And apart-
meits are either t", sanal! f<'r t!iht 4r
the landlords won't t-,ierate chfllr.'v
at all. And then there io no neihtl..r
hood life. It's a g oitd thing t-, I ',
gossipy neighbors. You're mie a; ,
to be careful of the wa- yt.u live
I always think uf apartment h,,u-<-
life as a sort of i-ke on .o. lot of strangers under: .tie r'x4f? .'-
Just two mutual i:,tr,-st,. a (!vr:R '
waiter shaft and an anirfirial l a!n.
And I'm bound to sa\ that I tl:f!Tk 1'
is responsPile f(rr n htithen ra.,'w with
no, children. 'hi:dr(.i inmeai fa Ii'-,'
and tt's a(cr.fi-e th!it mklik, ',-,d nit-i
and women.--Ame:ia .- BRr-r !a New
York W,.rld.


A Scoop.
John L T4w-4t. the rrnnius Er.nImghh
comedian riudr ,atio4al js.ker. ard i r r
Justice Uawklns. .who aq Rafterward
bird Iriu inipt.-n. WC?'( grt trit;iq;ls
They u -r' at suppe~r tcget her one ('V~I-;
hix di-, using t h eei tf f (if th-, dav
V1 me 3!(Ig# in. 1dct4 ta.'' cntionI th- Va?
hp rinten!de rni the ni..rr,.w gi'-iriz tho


Mild Hazing.
The proprlr-f-'r of a p.iuml.ing estnb-
Wahment slowut4,.wn has a rm-wr .ipinlon
of Cgat initi:ltiatk-ls. A Y-'.li ?ILM.i.
dapper and twe.ty.'h:,
PlumbnI~ig ei ~il~..'!t*~~ ~ x-

prictt r ex.laiix.eil at It-umh t gi epool
qualities .f 4 ert:ain m.:ke
**Ttls seemis t.- t- ;i!1 i -v !4-lu eri."
Paid the y.n:,c rimi
Without i::.. ... *!!:n;44l i!-' 0
loathtul'. lra ii :: (1. ~ (:: l
him anid 2!! .*1 h
the vvatt-r: I x% r:
The pr -;*;: .t .r t Zt -
Fne die and S z ";-1. '-.'
-There. thtre., y.s-'re n"! r-;IL' .
"Yes, I,(- I; u.
SpiaSbhin1 iII the 1maf na:; wi'.- '..
Very ( ouLf4 '.;!
Then he I i.,n y !-i- n i
ter.
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the water' I'M
the pri'tlpriet4cr s-fr:cv. '. -:( ; ...
the teis;4h .rc.
Just st lbis in. t :' r I
ruen. a trifle Cdideir, ri-rei:
-Well, P., 'Y ll'v, Ltd v-1". iI tht.-
Inquired.
..y es.
"Then ,,m
'Therl: c.-4~m ~!,w"~ 4 .' *~. Z~'::tri.:
restaurant zind (4-i.-r a h sif rn'
beef*'-New York Ti.


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TUT -MR TGlT.

TO- NIGHT.


VAUDEVILLE.

ALL THIS WEEK.


HILL & EDMUNDS

Complete Change

of Program.


AMUSEMENTS


Wilmans


Where to Oo and
What to See........


'GATOR MOVING


Opera House'PiCTURL SHOW


SLEA5KtELEZ


COMINiG.

GOOD PICTURES fOR TN-1WOHT The Yankee Deu,r:-.

Complete change of program February ioth


every nuigi.

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Admission 10c.


Nligt SIqc.


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BOWLING ALLEY.


The. m1ost popular
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LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


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ITEMS. I


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1). D. Pogers spent several days
l-.,t week in Miami, on business, re-
tuirning t- Daytona Sunday.
C,"unty Commissioner W. 1).
Bra, shaw returned Tuesday after-
:vin from attendance at the regular
mer'int ,,f the Blrard at D)eLand.
i'r t. .,, ,argriui--t\o g .,;-
:-; -.. ;!i t1 a ; i,,h-,hmnure c -tenIt'r
-, r hblki;> ,t f ,r -'alt,.I I bile. A ,1pIY
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were gue!s (14
Wiliter. arrivedl
an I art-a ifZdllit


JA ; M ,, I- K iAl:l-;! -- F iIr
Vci :itnt-r Steven.s-Duirvea. h 'ir r
t rip, call Morgan House, i. hiie 1 1
i (' x. soliciting ag-not for tl.e
.t r t-iiExpress Colnpany,. came
'. I':-'i-,a and Wednesday nl,rn-
Ir ; .e up to Mound (,Grove en
; -i::,- c,(,-nnected with tt.e shim.-
i i: -. f fIuit from tl.e Knox Pecd


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,-,,. .! *1 For sale at the Atlantic
:, r t';ir (C,,. and Central Garage
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LYMAN TWINS


High Class Comedy Compai;y
of Twenty Specialists.


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FruIltcsfl.'" Grape Fruit and
n" -r o Tangerines....
-I-ltn n Inut ri n' : .h. .
BOX TRADE
SOLICITED -
GEORGE H. MLNROE()
GROWER AM% SIIPPEI
s26 S. RIDGEWOOD AVE.-LDaytona. Ila.


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Complete Change of Programme
tIvcry Night.

Attractive Pi.tures \ell Worth
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Mlaurice, The Mystic
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For i he Children, .\nd
I o-night W\ill in=
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BILLIARDS AND POOL.


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Lu.e ire de"4.rvi-d it 4\tI fTI If I gwVihVwVVIwMM fgWWVIc it gr-ic
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Ii'i c(- n 12e1!SPECIALTIES OF TE CONRAD GROCERY CO
f'' I. r !I ......'*' 5 e nf4'rinatiCin '-N
e 0 R QR' s THE NATIONAL BISCUIT
g-t! witlh t1!ie prcs. 1\r
!!ie U(L'Cdeo. l t,-..k i ofr~~lt ln
aeN-.'ninamrtriym Tsde to hi; h- #-I and Ii U R 'S
p~cI !F n mnfe',i to? f tied.
Adam's Apple.. CAKES AN
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f i he iro.irthage. 1;s:ed Star Ha s an acon
kdaru*- Ppe It kvvelips rapIdly
:m:ayl ~Fwhen thac '.de oi"Iraks.e C A K
1%g (q~rr~ara,.vv~y ima i In 6,1h chil-
dlren and women. lie name aroiw ` imon Pure Lard in Pails


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Saven Xubbe Work~s.


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REAL ESTATE
BARGAINS
SIMON FVE-ROOK1
Large L4tjw
F1 OR ALIL t S
k..rWD ROACAL VAM
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Silver Beach Property, O T
Furnlxb.-d bouw of 14 roonu': m Iod-r fllu
pwovenuntiG and -acnt propo-rty. ion Ilia:t B D
Avenu'. n -ar tbi -Autonmobile lus' 4 I t- r ew o
For %:s* at a haritain on n*.v ter,,uv'. ,,,* d t -
T. F. Virz r u ll tnlonmtrW moms urah
Y. :."r-4-o I ("-7f Ill y filL lCiI4W4jVd Swum..A
tLlr *In nlIc- homn. For prwI.e
r Y mRow-N.Cce8,m

otir' ~gqORMOND. ''BEA TM ,V.
I am St ii htr.. rr an t t he to t. I Ft11tru. boa and
4othvr j1ilo w* on th, NI J 4ou lIe Gul.t d f lines
wttW hhtor'% hri%.. fors al- oau. \ ,m.'.tft .and -m ..at hS
:14'otirgg Lot% at prk, r~:1it-% tha. hu% ,t.? ;p-f-rit tmvio-go;
t counted the m lwinlumfl. z ri un't w b seab m sag
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fth tortrVIbiS ot h 'urnkhl ..di- il c!-m turnsitb ? w a
'TWO C.ff LAGa%- 'lam."Skid
go and Palmetto LAc i Ho..or &% N. WIS
-one of t he Moot desiabl corno-r 1: I-a- l di imr.rr a
ton&: one cttage rom.-4 th- obh--r i: bot
and all other conrenltence. Price-. &.'u.P Aw
both and a snapat that. It ppu ar In-.r
ested and dcslr*to look at ib. prnip 'y.
call on or addresi. 4'. M. Blu~harn. City: -w
Bnlgham & Tbompson. A,-nt'


Ormond or Ormond
EITHER IS A DEULIGTFUL PLAW IW
WHICH TO OWN OR RENT A HOME.

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