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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 5, 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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S YOU'RE NOT SUCH A BAb FELLOW.-


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the appelr aitr of
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esterd who under-

TChtemrW Bridge
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d Armsaroitn s-te8k
ue t the r wits to
Slbml t that theyhanded
ln 1 tepday, however.
O way: The annual
f bsu ve ben held womv1
Sday. You Amscrong -all thee
were mecmad athe i-
olders do notown statock
Where the tati oed tihe

Same int pl ayton.did
4dw e abdate place, so an-
-_wase taftn to Thurs-
o UIe minority stock-
mbanly assembled, but
and L 0. Smithwere
by their abotence, and
AW-Wmtt was taken to 10
Niybabry. Vou see, all the.-
were eeeeary as the mi
idtholders do not own stock
k memtqol vote enoUgiI to crn-

Sthe tac.tic, of thie
c ame into plRy:


i-rity stockholder.
ay boring at
e g~wthyL-t hey
oa quorum--so
4a mm a d H. Y.
L ongwuthy and W.
o the home of
I I proxies of
in their
invited them
wy Stated that
as per adjourn
quu rum repairn-.I
VIC. 8'lman stated
Should elect I
W. A Langwor
G. Lanyworthy at
i leetors. and we:
LIdla bridge. Mr. A
sbImioa, but, 1m11d
lle a quorum \tl
S ha eat could s,
that the persa
dIrectos and thbe
oeast a unanim
W. A .Langworthy
md before Mr A
w rnoom, which
the motion
mnd1hy, wth
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r aothe e you e A rOetO eM
then adopted requestig *he dire to t.
I reduce the tolls
SubwquantwJy the directors held a
meeting and elected Dr. Leagwortbi
preident and H. Y. Stillman seretarq
and treasurer.
Fora long time the minority stoek-
holders have advocate: d a reduction of
tolls but were helpless as long-a the
Armitrong.Sanithl stockhbolde thought
otherwise. The public have long agreed
with the minority qtockbolders that a
4*ubwtantial reduction in tolls on the
Central Bridge would not pauperise bth
-torkholders and at the &am time would
1w pleading to th we who are compelled
to eroma the Haliax River.
At the next nm6etig of the Board of
County Commiasioner the aewly elected
tirptors intend to appear and ask that
a substantial reduction be officially re-
cognised.
Thus endeth another chapter.



ADV[NTIST


HOME IS


CONSUMEDD .

Thirty-seven Children of a Sev-
enth Day Adventist Orphan
Home Out ln The Snow.


SO INE UREi, SOlE 5nM .

i(By Ilgltte PrI-8]
BATTLE CRE3K, Mich Feb. 5-
When the childre:a of the Haskell Home
Seventh Day Adventist Orphan Asylum
were gathered to ether outside in the
snow after the finr which destroyed the
orphanage early this morning, three
were missing4nd are thought to be in
the ruins.
Thirty-seven children, inmates of the
home. were force out Wbf the building
at two o'clock this morning and corm-


-DsuahGY in CAeyqiand Plalin D*I'


REVELRIES


WERE


THE CAlVEi


REIMTAL.


rItI
A iANAL IAN One of the most enjoyable recital
I ever in Daytona. was given last evening,
at the Palmetto Club House, byv Mr.-.
Wickedness In High Places As Mason B. Church, soprano, assisted by
SMiss Evelyn Atwood, pianist, William
Come Upon By Samaritans At E. Blodgett. violinist, and Siegfred
A Late Hour. Breeder, violincelloist. Mrs. Church
;was in excellent voice, and has never
AA T T WIE appeared more fascinating as a singer,
LOOK NOT UPON TIHE WINE. than in her program, a varied and diffi-
cult one, which she gave to her many
t I tR i friends last evening. Her voice' is re-
Thursday night as a party of lodge markably big, clear and pleasing, and
members were returning to their homes shows het to be an artist worthy a place
north of the city, at about 11 o'clock, on any metropolitan program. It is
they found ani opportunity to practice difficult to single out aily particular
the lesson of relief to humanity ie dis- song to comment on, as they were all
tress br rescuing a carriage load of un- Igood. and sung in so charming a man-
fortunates from the ditch alongside the ner, but the song cycle. "Summertime,"
river road, in the southern section of by Ron;ald, with cello obligato deserves
Holly Hill. sp'ciail mention, as does also the song,
Their aomistn., .,u n crt '.itlhhi lt "'I Love, and the World Is Mine," by I


their disgust was great on finding that
the party was a mixed one of blacks
and whites who had evidently been im-
bibing too freely at one of the wine, gar-


IAtao as polled to stand with bare feet in the dens of our neighbors to tit, north
t the office jow Manyjumprn from the three- e t nr
were four story g u i r The white man, who answered to the
he mt iid were injur.d, name of "Bert." was sober enough to
UKlt~ meei. The three miesit g children slept in a
Stillman,dren slept in appreciate the situation, but his "lady"
Stilmang-, operate dormitory. All the buildingsompnion ws too fr e t e any-
u.rnp- Hcompanion was too far gone to sev any-
A. Lang- re a total los-. here was no fire pro- hing but the "funny" side of th, affair
Mr. Arm- t but te "fuy side fctio affair
the other and would not even assist to the extent
ir pockets. of alighting from nthe carriage, which
Into his n had been backed into the ditch in at at-
they inet tempt to turn roun, on thlie narrow road-
imt uita kIDNAPPER.
to io\,k i The horse was taken from the vehicle.
I that" I as he either could not or would not pull
r._ >Iit out, and the c'arriage wa:s dragged out
V i U Bbvy hand, the "lady" in thlie case fromn'
nd I. I It I her position oni the front seat, enliven-
w.at t. I, tt i'r .. lugiog the occasion with loud laughter and
Arcll ,r nlcci2 tinimly suggestions to the rc-lief party.
yvu Lih AI.'I IMOII. lel. ". --Jos'ph M. The harness was repaired after a fashion
Is r, sen'. .1,i., r thc. kidMrapper of lb2-year old and the night revelers \w.rc h.a:led for
(Juint Mr. Catlihriil, Tor.chl was today indicted on lhytona. The pa rty c' nsistdl ,f a I
3The wIhit4e man and wocma a c colored
)ns narn'cds .six rount:- by the )grand jury. The most an and w, i
"- t-iman and woman, and tih' hiorr- :tta(thc(ld
secretary ,-.rious indictnme'nt charges criminal as- 'i
r ... to the surrey was ait ra.


saliit tic'- Jeriaity tor writcli, ulmi Col-
j-, e ii j. i iumcaziip ira !Marylanid.


a.,. ,,., -lce' .KinglDIEATH'S CALL
('cunitv graud jur alsc, indicted Jenier
today -i,'harging alctin a ll n


1,194,615
875,620
637,895
139.355


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Mlrnney. with violin ,obligato, which war
beautifully played by Mr Blodgett.
Seigfred Broeder is a New York cel-
loist. and although a youug man, plainly
showed that he ranks with older artists.
his playing bring 'especially noteworthy
for surety of technic, and richness of
tone.
Mr. Broeder was most enttrusiastic-
ally e'nchort'd. and responded with
"Schunann's Trauimneri," which was
most artistically rendered. This was
Mr. Broeder's first appearance before a
l)aytona audience, and it is to be hoped
that he may soon be heard again. Miss
Emily I'erkins was to have been accom-
panist for the evening, but owing to, t1l'
death of hi'r another. her place was tilircd
by Miss Evelyn Atwood, to wclinu tlhe
greaHte't credit is due.
I'he acconipanimentnl %- were of iiiorc-
than ordirinary dilliculty. .and there \v;iw
notlhinig in Mi.-s Atwood's rcnditi,n of,
theln to indicate tlat she had had but
two days' preparation. She played with
spirit and pre,'i-ionm and a feeling for the
tnood of thlie sirir, wliihll made a per-


feet hacI.kgrouliui d fr t lie work of t lie
icharminig \viclini-t. The ushers for the
\'vering were Mias :raiin'e- Folsoni, Miss
I-lma lHnllctt nild Miss Ella Willauimnc,
three daintyI maiclens in dainty bloe,
hlo (did th,.ir part toward nmakilng tile
o)CCHsioni the' sliccess it waits.
Tic'h mai.v friends of Mrs C('ihurch, wio,,
were giv.nri thc. opportunity to hear hc'r
at her best, amply slAowed th.ir apircr'-


% W F' '- -- a (' Itic (ici o cfanc, carmcing eveninCczg.
V..I. \I.
This miorniinrg at livve a. Il., W1Vn.
McConnc-ll, a promiiuc-nat Phi'iladclphian,
i arose and dressed hilise'lf for the dlay.
I A suffocating feeling coming o\ver him H T INin
li ht sat down in hiis chair and expired al-
i most instantly. lHis wife ~ as present
i and the shctk was. wc-ll nigh crushing TALESM EN.
U 1 J. J'n ll d11.... A h ,, e.-,t.. ,, > l,.


GOV. GILLETT


WAS


ASTONISHED


At The Action of the General As-
sembly in Passing Antt-Jap
School Bill.


HIT AT PRESIDENT 1OOSEVELT.


(Ily I'ilted Pre%.-.)
SACRAMENTO. Cal, Feb. 5--'Con
sternation" described the state of min(
today of Governor Gillett, Speakel
Stanton and members of the organ"a
tion in the Assembly as the result of the
passage yesterday of the anti-Japanese
school bill. The result is considered s
blow at the organization and at Presi.
dent Roosevelt. A rapid exchange ol
telegrams between Gov. (;illett and the
President occurred today. A motion
for reconsideration will be made today
in the Assembly.


BIG STICK ON


CENSUS BILL.


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THE BONIFACE IS HAPPY AND


STILL TI



'TOURING PARTY


NORTHBIOUND

The Alitn touring party from Ni rich
SConn., on a thirty-two day tour of th
SSouth, arrived in the rity Tuesday after
Soon from points down the coast and
I at up at Ihe Austin, is did the Allei
i party of last season.
SOn Wednesday they enjoyed a drive
upon the famous automobile race beach
and also drove to Ormond. Thursday
they chartered the "Dixie,'' anc
took in the beautiful Tonjoka river
trip, having an ideal day for it. They
left this morning aboard the 'IDixie,'
for St. Augustine, to conitiVye theii
journey northward.



AUTO CLUB


HOLDS A


MEETING.


Had An Interesting Time And
Transacts Some Important
Business.


THE aNEIERSHIP IS INCREASED.


The Automobile Club held an inter-
i eating session last night at its beach
r home. Various matters .,f interest in
the automobile world were discui.-ctd.
e both in open session and privately.
The by-laws were anwmridcd s,) that
the annual election takes place the first
Monday in March and the otfie-: assume
f their duties on the first day of April f,1-
lowing.
It has been the practice of (thie .As,- i-
ation heretofore to elect ,,llicc'r> at their
first meeting after the rat e.s, but as the
races came at different tinies' ic, clitTr.rit
sw-mait was thought h."--t to tix a di(att-
Snd'make it unifo,,-m.
The names of sevenin ci. '\ 'i.ht. rs
wereadded to the list la.tnit ai it l',i .. -'A
G (eo. E. Farrell, C. A. Iure, \. \I. I\ 1l-
( man, C. Mi. Broadwat,.r, J.li -II H i,,
liarman Snito arind Chit.'. lli',ri,


I It I''nit..61 l'r>-.-0 .]
\VASIiN(;T('N.Feb 5-In a ringing; T
e.ssagel President Roosevelt today re-
turned to the House without his ap-ITHE FUNERAl
proval the bill providing for taking the
thirteenrlth census. Ilis principal reason AT 3 O
for vetming the measure is that the bill A
conitemplates the employment of emi- AT 3 O'CLO KI
ployes for the census after nion-comnpet- t RR
itive examinationo, whiichl he declares is
a r,.turn to the old spoils system. li The funeral sr l r ,, ti
also wishes the bill amended so that alli m emory c,f Mrs. Eiy A i" rki,-..f.
printing done outside ,f the government of Dr. (;o-o. G Perkinr,. l% I, ho. It- -l
pri nt shop will le clone inder eight-hour rftde n cat 3 i'Clk frt, th, I',%k. ri
law. residlente on South lItidc,,, .. it i : ,rlu0.
.- thile lRev. Il. F. lMar't.-i .ti, iutti r g. !'i ,
Sinternicmr-t will be ttermilcrarily nt! t.c
S'inew ,ood vault till -prin, g li. tin rr-
JOY AT NIGHT; t t Auin s will snt ,, M, t.. I f, r
'nal ir, term tti t.
ftr I HMIR Ia I *AIN&I


ULAIN IM sUIMI.

Ill' gut- st.f the Morgan enjoyed a
pl -asart evening yesterday, the occasion
bietcng ir honor of Mr. and Mrs Edwardt
Arthur Sullivan's first marriage anni-
e\'rsary. Mr. Sullivan is a wholesale
groc-er of Cleveland, Ohio, and he andrl
his young wife are season guests.
The narlor was beautifully decorated


IF CARRIE


T77)r I I


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E TOURlISTS COME.

A Word To Speeding

Auto Drivers.

One Hotel After Another Is An-
nouncing "Our Rooms Are


All Taken."


Yesterday Manager Foltz, of the Ivy
Lane Inn, joined the chorus which has
started and announced that he can ac-
commodate no more guests. Daytona
. is immensely popular, and every season
y finds herself unable at some time to ac-
commodate the multitudes which seek
admicsim through her gates. Dauing
the past sumner there have been some
large additions to several hostelries, and
r with the numerous cottages it it hoped
the enlarged capacity will enable the
city this season to accommodate all who
wish to make a visit to Florida's most
beautiful winter resort.
If you do not know, it it is worth re-
marking that Daytona has a larger
Snugiber of hotels, and as one might @up-
pose, a greater variety of accommoda-
tions and prices than has any other
Florida city. This city catches them all
because she has made the amplest pro-
vision for their aeeds and comforts.
Now that a number of the hotels are
chock-a-block, and the incoming tide is
strong, the streets present a busy and
animated appearance. It may be op-
portune in this connection to suggest
that chauffeurs and drivers of automo-
bile:; Mlackfn their speed somwehat aad
observe strictly the rules of the road.
Above all, proceed carefully around the
street corners, and don't fall to "book"
on turning the corners. llaech stre i
all but congested every day, and ready
nerves, cool heads, and the utmost ee
niust be exercised or somebody will be
nmaimned if n,,t killed.
S'vtral times already serious results
.1a% (- been narrowly averted. With the
d.ily increase in number of pedestrians,
bt,icyli.-ts, carriages, traps, automobiles
a:iMl whatnot, the dangers i.tcrease cor-
r-'lpondingly, and it behoves everybody
t,) exercise the utmost caution.
It'ar in nminid that there is a speed
limit, and that on Biach street is where
.i,u shield observe the minimum of
si'pe*d. Marshal Myers will spend much
of hi:- time on Beach, and if you tran-
:-,',nt1 the limits regarded as essential for
-.tfctv, he ill give you an ,opportunity
t-, t-xi,liri vcirs.elf before His lloni,r,
t ,,* Mi:Yr.


Returns to Cincinnati.


*;. I;. \\ ll,.'r, f. tmili ,rlyv known to the
ii' ir 4 -l-elit ,Df IDaytca a.i "'lick"
\\ildlr. t, utitl ,n h I way to, this city
friiI uc,. inr nltti .t,,,ut three weeks ag.,
\\i- ..,.vcrcly rijurar-l by falling, or being
krTi,,ck,il lo-vwn i tr Ja<-k-cnville, was
taik, i htk to 'crictinclatl the forepart of
this #\-', k. At the timnn o,f the Ianjury I.e
w:i- irri. t,,' St I.uke'- Hospital., froim
wii,' I i n-titi i,rii h'- was removed to
'i[:( in:l,,tti, -nill inc very pI'or. condition,
.tr iit i- ,c ,-,r leredl doubtful if ihe will
' r f!ily mr., ,,ver ite r'cc'ived a bad
*., ii'i a: t1" h,'-t- d, which has left hi11
.*l'sK-i hit- c*.-


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tri ,p. c'all


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~1URQV1YMAN
Dhlin~.ULICLARK'S Sm


Valentines


CURIO STORE
Sti and priem to ait ewybody

WALLACE


Tokio shapes, etc., on Thray, FR
and Saturday, Jan. 28th, q29th bam

T. POCK-I s.NDR IAN
COR. BEACH AND MAONOUA STS., DAVE WAo,


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,l $ 4.o9. WIHY PAY NIORE.

S ANTHONY l -BROS. .. I
gt- ih i- Bn1l you at-.




Hand Made Porto Rico


; and Panama Hats

1 AT LOW PRICES.


M. ELLA DVOY & COMPANY,
; No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,
TS WWLadies'-Red--Co--ss




,Wl I Ladies' Red Cross,


and Children's Educator SHOES.


THE


BEACH STREET.


GLOBE


DAYTONA. FLA.


Ag 4666


SEABREEZE, Feb. .3.-R. B. Bled-
!oe, a promainent contract-r ar.d build--.
(-f Louisville, Ks.. ',-rsra LrtlE
winter at liay-t('a, u*- c~rg L
friends at -k'.'z .': rxv -
Capt Rir~ard %14-j z .: it. r
ford. the forme-r u brrtl---- In,-L %I' r
Tho-k;in.-.L. -T-iv-ed vst-d.~a 'ra -.H.r
at en iue.
Q~uie a a rfrti *S uf-m Vr.
t.ulur T,1- L 1,at~ t ~

a t .th" '711' r, AUC: *.r : ~ ,
N17 1. .;n

J, --i. I :' .-*,I'0*(- r cnf-

t',,, peni-sua s ;l: es..
MIrir. TL.-,niptt-ri .*'.A:
la-Itt n igh t a ril- Iw 'i '.-I NI : I

Mr rind Murs k~"'.f\~'
C'ity'. Mr. a:, MrQ I%'A :
arnd Yr. and M:--. K2*rrofP-..:
(.ref.r., Ky rt rrrt : -' :T
fnends of %f. arid M--. Ln -
pIe-a.ntly 1 I .- f1IJ -ir -;
James 4.wk-. .'fX 1% .a x'.......
of R1. T PbutlI.'* & cv' r P
wiath Mr But~tr.
t In. an d it "r : ;,i r. t' .~: :
lly wit!) Mi- R u'-.j'
r(Prut with Mrq. Julha M., t
Mrs. Fci-to r. (fLi:- .P,
OUQdV i'l "at tje S-Ial 'o-' zO
LumbnIw **. .
Arthur Ha h.-, a AI' IP'ji.jf a,,

Princ-, ,- Ie: a X ejat-: .\t-v. *:
the : P : ri' ft of a r. it-;, ii iat


NEW SEASIDE INN
A\M, F'" HIt I t
lt l. I


Everything Modern.


Homelike and Comfortable.
)irtetly on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.
-, I' !' PAY AMY "i'
It It It
HORACE STEWART
'AAYTONA B.LACH. F ,1-11-;IL',\

SURF CREST


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b' ,+ **:..,,:I' .T
uHE ,WrITE cuss COssena
.5ea6rweev. J/ordea.

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THE wBI[ HOUSE cin(01S
T \\T',N 4 K. \<'f F ,- ..
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"-.: -,,to .* I .. n I + ,' \ ,.
t ,"r d ;u I,- H' 4 41.* ,,* ; .
** h5AUf' .KI.H UWEE t; **-,.


* 1 Mr. and MrI Ge. Snuds, of
Vi-wtor, N. Y., are spending a few
Weeks with Chris Gougherty.
! Stove wood. MzClellan & Ed.
wards, phone 123. tf


SE. G. Kittridge, of Volusia
Sa' eonue. left Thursday on a business'
trip to Pam-a-Grille. near St. Peters-
Sburg. He will return the forepart
of next week.
S Satoa Inn Garage, cars stored
by day or week. Six-cylinder, seven-
pasenger Welch and I ur-pamsenger
Elmore for chlmter, hoar or trip.
Rates reasonable, tf
Mr. and Mrs G. M. Braunfels. of
New York City, who have been the
j guests of Geo. F. Crouch and family
: the past three weeks, left for New
York this morning. They were
well pleased with Daytona and will
-i g iLs. praises hereafter.


ITERATTIO paLy NIS
PM~hd ecrv twamng. except f~un -
day~f. mme ecmbk-r Ito April 1L h%
THU OAZETE !IEWje e,.
T. IL IFrf~vvteAw. Editor-NMa ute, r.
LC. IL 3NAILfi3. E'lty Lton Mnr. ,
Go. r. CHArRI. 4Rarlaio nna-ru .
Enter'-d &* *-eo-4-1a- manetr I-
CPboli 1. 1"- at th4- '!*
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ADVERTISEMENTS


g F. W. POPE
* Attorney and Counsellor at
* Law; .
* Prscttc.- in **at and Federa; i' orr,*
* OFRCE OVER POSTOFFUCE.
* Telephome -4

T. E. Ftzg.-ra!d E F a'--
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at LaA
Special Faciities for E.xFia:r.:ng ,.
Perfecting lance Tit,-.


M r and MSrs. W. S. Pri-.e, wh ) O)ffice in Conrad Building. .-
Lav- been Triiting with their son
J. W 'rice and familyon Bay street N O1O IOIO
for ;- ,at tvo or three weeks, left U A. KLOCK, M. D.,
P~~~~~~~~ P"S.& "s IYIi AND SLI".Eo%
SThursday cn thpir return to their': Ao.-ta.. 1h M.FUm. .M
. me ,t( .t Cl, t,.n. Ga Mr. and Mrs.. T E. 'iai tt.'nton K i--; ,, IT -
r' ice came fcr a we-k s stay, but rbtitetA of 0..;. .
.. -- ., lb~i'Hc-.l'u r ..: s o W+ !.,.
I t-re ;charmed with Dvtona that Dmd-7P,.ur.- i,., ,, ,
th.- mrol,-nged their visit to nearly 80-* l* *
t',ee eek- and then left reluctantly.
,:-aied hu>re Lvy business interests. E. L. STENV'ART


,F. it.R,--Large house,. 14
r.-:1,. ituate, at Silver Beach. near
:1 ,!(n ,bile club house: bath. hot
S:ri e 1d. hard and soft water: fur-
i ri-hed. Garage and servant's qaar
j ,.-r R-ntal. .54-., for season. In-
! re of T. IE. Fitzgerald. or any
tf


DAYTONA BEACH Feb. 5-T. 1-9
NAbit- ait fa-:.i.4, t.f Grand Rapids,
NI. arrived :&!t night from Jackson-
a:.t -a,.! 5r:n'i the vwinter L. rv-
At a -'Ec-n,::-e: J Ath.*M. E.
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:gK~t (',r ~ Or:',' nd Xoednesday nmgl~t
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1~'.';l-nt ';"nD tirne at the 4 -
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St. Art. hleeriAara Hubbw,2 arnd
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Physician and
Surgeon.
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Fourth Door est Potutfi.e


$ ROY HOWVE. 1. D. :
S Physician and Surgeon
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DliCYCle Livery.
Bicycle Supplies and k'pr.
o- e .- S
Come and See.


M. SHIUFROTmE BEmUON
sJ,. REPOr OF CONDION
Saits Made to Order Fm $18 Up. VO-'IT VSiT A (1O TY 1
All work done inside by white help. _N A-N .1 A 1
CLOrHESCLEANED AND PRESSED fM O UWA .
%\. r It ,-'.O jRL 2,mI-M'A.,-I MERCHANTSS B ANK.
...: -rk -. for a Id dA. .-I v-v ..


AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JANLARV -27. Iinb


So FELD
Ie Fmen ly wfth flwro.. ~Fifth Ave.
Md 31st Streoet. %ew Vwk
]LADIES" TAILOR.
1 07 N. Bech Surait. %ew '4.th CAMM
I DAYTONA. 716A.


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* [~Developing. Printing
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MILLSMadefrom Distill
C.C.BHANO.ICE CREAM IC E'-I'r

p-phy J, c'.17 17 'T 1, 77LOur \' i~ons m~ake Trips [)auly.
-._Sunday. to) all part-s of
LA'~fos~ j DA'TN A. SE.ABREEZE. "lORNIONDand [)XNTO\', DB
... ~ Ii[ ~~fIUi) -Ice for Boats Delii-cred at ar,% P9 .k S c or Laoo
OFFICE-Rear of -S-hantz Plant. 'Pbe
DR.F. H.I-IOLGMTON:
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Pj~r :'.'u C~fpo~p IToth Trade lWho LikeGodb
*sn0* *no
*01H. 'I I A PP lroprietor. 47\ ARF \R[ SOLE \jU\ I
H. EU GENE JOHN-'*() 0?k"- S!s .- ?I. I.: It!J.-t ~-1 '
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Real Estate .
Collection Acrfun:
Cash on hand and
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a No. 8 Beach Street. l)a'tna. Fla.

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Automobiles and gasolinee Engines,
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and Spark PI I!.'.
Discounts Allovwed the Trade
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Mil- t hi Spot a the Halifax River.
-sm J. MOURE, Proprietor.
C iNBlraTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with
I ~ nat h Florida. Table of the beat of everything
am iemmaable as the service will permit, given oq


SOasac in connection with the hotel.
IL Sp al arrangements will be made


Store. by
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SKSSt, "Hotel Palm Beach."
h~lf' 'r l UnR'as, Orand locMA-tlon. Adjoins Famnous "Poin- U
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L MAGNOLIA. Florida.
It mfty IHelet. All Modern Improvements.
UBSSS lh'S! n'm'* Accommodations for 300 Guests
*WA--rw DAYV. 4iav: .hini. I-t to Ms 1vk1. Wrtt' for 3U%-
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H A MACOOWELL. Prepruetrs.
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4W Ow Roufloegaand
OW Booom Slt b bath
I stugle. ImAI and
to I every roomi.
WKa" OnmmorLclol
M I%". Rates. i~
&Cos.. P4rapsea


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The Modern a He isoboe wololtsr
~Aststebpt,, fneimt e I, UI
Seven W wonders & .&o r an daly pd an the big T
J t t ow is as free as te pure artesian
| i >- s hiniM abin. = o l water from the tumuad flowing wells.
h Oer o Daytobeacp Norownin e w-os s It is a eontinuou sdow with constantly m Idwe-- d'
ler leoap bealsch. No one who "iftig scene. Yo, will probably catebch
eer st foot upon its smooth, packed th m rt and whe you the roads Arrivals at The Ridgewood Thursday"-
Sadtss; no one who ever pedaleda bi- and the beah are yors Tl Fl oi&C- R. Dunwody Atlanta; T. C. Milard im
ejle over its expanse; no one who ever iu n hre e & h balmy ocean and wife, Danbury, Conn.; J. C. Steinel'U
drove a prancing pair of horses and Ust- breeses are free, the birds and sq uie Jr., Battle Creek, Mich.; Chas. E. 8Sr ,0.
tered to the popping of their steel shoes and flowers ar free, the spae, mg vies, Springfield, 0.: J. B. Harris, Wil-
..... K i: shoutoest' Th dt H .TI
Upn Its asphaltum4ike face; no one fountain water is free and you will have mans, Ky. _
g, U t ashatm-iki ,face; nooie
: who ever steered&, high-power automo- to go dow in your al t only for coin
bile down the broad stretch of wave- for the auto and bed and board. Schmidt's Hotel.
washed and surf-packed mad but real- This is no fanciful picture; it's all The guests that arived o Thursday, -
ised that it is a word-beter, a world- here. It in drawing other thousands at 'Schmidt's Hotel were the following: J i
wonder. Go stand upon this wide and h hiding them enthralled, it will !Ias h
uldng t wllMr. and Mrs. E. A. Eaton. Mr. and Mrs. 0
Speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and hold You. Come and see. H. Scheuck, of Newark, N. J.; Albert C. u
by n joyous mood, and answer whether Manchester, and John G. Kenyon,
i th s not one of the seven modem __.. Providence R. I.; lbert D. Simon,
Swonaers. New Albany. Ind.; Henry Godhelp, New a
The Ptb. Pikd irU River. w C'J .., .. B York: Claude H. Pelton. Lake Helen :2


Where think ,you is water with more "
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a _
i milee wide, fringed with tropical vegeta- K
Stion, artistic cottages with roomy ve- K
Sranda's looking out upon her bosom.
1 We i
gamey food fishes in counties numbers 0 e
Sbeckoning, as it were, to those with rod are we
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck of clog
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, ERS i
which sit about as if for the sport of enviab
bobbing upon her waves; watch that |'
Slubberly old white headed p, lican pc *- :h a R
II
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk it ..g- Any<
gling upward with his floundering load a strict i
he snatched from the water. ders foi
See the beautiful launches, spick and 9 will get
span, their hampers and lockers bulging PLACI
with refreshments both solid an liquid that ni
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful aSpecial
surface Take out your field glass and All w
sweep the river from Ormoud bridge to ;0 hours il
Ponce Park light house, then say 9
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of U
beauty and a joy forever, and one of R
the modern wonders.
The Baclmtmly Picturesque Ridgewod. U Easi
40W 0
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest ,f Bet
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the 0 *i
heavy-trunktd liv,-oak8 extend their Monona
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss I
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down F
this white shell street one has the im-
pression of a fairy path with clfi.-h dra- |
peries but as you move along and cast
an eye first to the right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage lhon'ies
in thie most delightful settings. ,,. ..


tricuyj

odak Shop.--
ire not Portrait Artists, nor
Art Dealers but 10 years 4
e attention to the KODAK-
needs has won for us the
le reputation of being
-. E

T -CLASS fINISH ERS.
one desiring good work and
attention paid to their or-
r Developing and Printing;
itat LESESNE'S KODAK
E, the only shop in town
lakes the Kodak Work a
ty.
ork finished in 24 hours, 12
rf necessary.


H. LESESNEI
tman Kodak Dealer,
nc'h Mtret, near :kl Av'..
DAYTONA.. FLORIDA.
tnimE.nHUnE.nmnamam


a aat~ iitUIt~ Iii C~L. .~iiLi V ~. ~iLiI1U ait-


i1 ne miUlfc inl 'iL. miirv sti .ill art ,
surpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage homes. holding a bazaar and valentine sale
No one of D)aytona's attractions, per- this aftertno, and evening at tile
haps coniimmands ilore nearly univeral Guild hall on ( range avenue.
attention an(' praise than (hdos the artis-
tic cottage. The owners of these charm- 'lie M. '. ('Curchl, Sutith, of I',ort
ing villas lihtil from ever corner of the Oralige, will give an oyster 8upipe
country and they bring their own archi- including ice cream and cake, at
tectural plans and build upon themi.and idlgewoodl Hall in that town to
as the architecture uf onei section tf tte' tight, to which the p illic will lII
country ditTers from thie architecture of cordially welcomnted.


another so do our homes ditler in out-
ward appearance and structural beauty
from one another. There are no monoto-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is. treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What next''


hot mW Qd ed Running ".atwr and Lang
IN~ance Phowe.s Ikal Reimes
:01R il4 ]w w'm ~it h Ha.'4
liiI c~llti' 'arf ,,4ilmtl I ttil
4iii ti. Notun41 f.or M uemo~ us Ind'LliW
McClintock & Buy-field, Prep.


Automobile ForSale
Almost New Reo Runabout,
with Folding Back
Seat.
WI.L .AUIt t:Ft:R PEOPLE ANlWftER|F-
i I FIRST-CLASS CONDITION.
Alrn,-t New Tir.es Ga's Lights Geneia-
t ti-. Suppletientary Spriligs anlid all tools


Streets and Pavements the Must and Best.
Why the Architect of the Vniverse
chose to give to D)aytona the ni.os.t ad-
mirable, the nbodt picturs'-,ue natural
setting of all the cities of tthc South is
not nr'vealed but that such is a fact
must be apparent to the amost supcrticia!
observer. With such lavi-h \Weiith of
natural beauty it became an easy thing
for the hand of man to give the little
finishing touches ,whiclh have brought
out the colors and outlints of telc" lig
rtn .tlar*-


Just received big stoc-k of l)ia
tintnid Tires -all sizes and styles
liuv your tires here at New York
prices, and get them i )ulmped u[
free D avtona Auto Transit Co. tI


iMalnager W. G. Nash (,f the Day-
tona ball team is in coiti)iitinicatitil
with the collins ('College base bali
team in regard to playing a Lat;e
with them at this place and hopes
to arrange for a iuatth i rme time
next week.


Thie lBinighain A Maly ('iiiopainiv
are handling a it-at bmikgl r alarm.
readily attached to any door. and '
have recently been \iyiag )eoni
the front entrance of their furni i turet
department during business ho'irs.
... : .. ... .. _.I _. ii ." +


... .. keasionilng c aIIS(Ileralelt' "Zit I 'tlit Lt
Man did all tai.- i tnhe layirig out tof parties entering the storc iV by o'peni-
the streets ith th'ir id, mtarginis of ing that dox)r.
parkage, tlhe entiree city l.,ecomlsm a
great park With a tent shelow here tonight.
And as for pavens.,v'itns, s lavmeniets t(iorrow night and Monday, a
that look and act like granite,--- lhcre, -tTinedy company entertainment at
else' betwte'n thie eastern and western Wiilman's opera house, WVeduesday,
seas are so many miles in lproporti(oni to iand a ci rcus; King A& Tucker's sho%%.
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of headed this way for the following
place reports ,uore anil better, lh Iaytoiaa eck, there should e ,no dearth ,I


throws dowu the gauntlet to the t world.
Squirrels, FRoers, Birds and Fruits.
Whatever one's sh.ortco'niiigt- mid
however anlitlfe'iit or etve t'ati'.u ,jc
may bx to many things, tlht niere lit i-
tion of "squirrels and tlot-rs, birds- >i.,
fruits" will send a thrill that i- rtie tei


a ma uimeinet of this c lass


Expert Figuring.
A well kiTwti actor tc:i 1i stl'y of
a ne'er-d, -well In a iltiye New Enlig-
larid TuPtoln where he hais 'ften slelt
hi siltilitmmers. "-I wis taking down
the iialtu street Ilie ilia," .Ilid he.,
" it t.i I t 1 ,,!,! Sil0 i,4 L, a l Ti Inniniz ffr Mii


SMrs. Ida E. Bun, Mrs. H. Deudorpe,
I Cleveland, 0.
*

* The Prince George.
0 The following guests arrived at The
a Prince George yesterday: W A. Cole-
0 man, Troy, N. Y.; J. Wallace Butler,
I Chicago; Mrs. James E, Damon, Miss
SEtnma Andrew, San Francisco; Miss
Ewing, Seymour, Indiana; Mr. and Mrp.
R Ben Wolf, New York: R. T. Tyler, wife
and daughter, Miss Manuel Wilson, Mrs.
Mayme Randolph, Hickman, Ky.; Miss
SJennie Gardner, Martin, Tenn.; J. Car-
Spenter, Scottsville, Ky.; Miss A. C
Nickerson, Pawtucket, R. I.; Mr. and
I Mrs. W. D. Fillert, Reading, Pa.


I Ivy Lane Inn.
New guests at the Ivy Lane Inn are:
Col E. G. Edwards, St. Paul; Miss Kate
Edwards, Dansville, N. Y.; Mrs. James
Buckinghaid, Mrs. Edward Greene.
Zanesville, 0 ; Judge Charles M. Pond,
wife and daughter, Miss Florence Pond,
Minneapolis; Mrn and Mrs. E. E. Osborn,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ryan, Montclair, N.
J.; George D. Kallenberg, New Rochelle,
N. Y.; Col. and Mrs. George A. Contine,
Newburg, N. Y.
The house is full, and has the usual
overflow to rooms in the nearby cot-
tages.


The Despland.
The following new guests arrived at
flhe Desplanrd yesterday: Rlbt. R. Scott
a3nd wife, \V. McK. Scott, F. 0. Jones,
l'ittsburg; WV. S. Whiten, Hiugman,
Mass.; 11. J. Tynan, Mrs. J. E. Tynan,
Miss I. M. Tynan, Patcrson, N. J.; Juas.
Harrison, Jacksonville.
I.ast evening the house' gu, ts wer.
entertained in a delightful manner by
Major and Mrs. )owning. of Middle-
poit, (). %Majtr I)owning presided at I
the piano arid Mrs. [kDowniring sang. After
\hic'h the Major told several stories, be- j
ing accoitpaaii'd in the pianoa by Mrs.
"Downirat r
Woman's Wit.
Au enpewrou of Gerwany besieged a
city which belonged to one of his rebvl
titius nolletuen. After the siege hbud
lasted for a long time the emperor de-
ternilued to take it by storm and to de
stroy all It contained by fire and sword.
lie (lid not. however, wish to Injure
the defenseless women; therefore, he
sent a proclamation into the town. say- 4


ipg that all the women might leave
the place unhurt and carry with them

whatever they held most precious. The
nobleman's wife Instantly decided to
take her husband, and the other wo
men followed her example. They o')on
Issued from the city gate In a long pro
cession, each one with her husband ou
her shoulders. The emperor was s,,
much struck with the noble conduct of
the women that he spared all; even the
city Itself was left untouched.


Wouldn't Tip It
A 'I ,rnto wan who visited England
last summer appears to think that
(country the champion tip taker. IH
s:ris: "Well, I bad tipped every man
fr"'om the swell geut who seemed to
,\vni the house of commons down te
the hireling who gummed the wrong
labels on my luggage, and I went Into
the waiting room on the landing stage
at Liverpool to wash my hands of ev-
erything English, and what do you think
stared ime in the face when I bad flu-
Ished? A placard saying, 'Please tip
the basin.' I'll be hanged If I did"'
Monumonte.


THE CLARENDON


MR. FRED MAUHS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y., i
hm arrived with his corps of assistants and opened The Claren-
don Bath Department to the public. -
Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths, j
Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths, "
Steam Massage, U
Given at all hours by the very highest grade of Professional Opera- U
toi. The only place south of Washington, D. C., whlereheue baths i
may be obtained.D





HOTEL DDESPLAND
Daytona, Florida U


Now Open for Season 1908-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.


SGreatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent.
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat.
* Every Modern Convenience. Send for Booklet.
* Humnimer Addressh: ArTLANTI' Hotul'mE, Narragafftt Pfer, Rhode Islalnd.
06* 9@9i60 semenol*U@oon"* @ o*smio n-*-- _----


F renting on the
Halifax River.
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Fine Home Talhle
Reasonable Rates
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Electric Lights and
Modern Improvements



Hotel


Fo. rmrjelyvSha' !i V" illa.


SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors,


DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


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THE


RIDGEWOOD


E. D. LANOWORTHY, Proprietor,


TIHE house is charimingly situat,.d on Ridgewood Avenue, the high
est and most Ihealthful )ir: i the t own of iaytona. It is
very tastefullyv auid comif,>rtal!Iv furnislhvd and is modern in
very respect. I v'getables are fr,,i thle Ki'ewood garden,
and native fruits, which gr .w in ailundaico, are a feature of
tle table.
NOW OPEN


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George


Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,


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FLORJAIDIA.


NOW OPEN


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Steam Heat in Every Room


SAME IN (IM \ I! 'I As 'Al ., A-.l l IN P l'K, N-.J.


THE BENNETT
Moen n irs da ,I'*oni.. ,n suit, e wit. Prvt.'at


Modern and First class Rooms, en suite Aith Private Baths.
Entire White Service. Northern Cooking.
....i. t"1.'i.. A. H. & E. ILANE, i- roprietors.


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Fain T h "ai-4 UIJiiMt fo oe n PoIVUL fic.I

Modern Imrpr(P, mtnnt,. %1. hitet it 1p. %orthcrn Chef.
*Terms $2.00 and up%%ard. Weekly Rates on application.*
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M,..,.Pus ,,.tBURlIED 38 DAYS


Are Coming Strong- See Them (Go
-Rifles Make (lain On Day-
tona Hitgb School.
Every day now the ballot boxe-- aire
fuller. Vot-s are coming in with a rush.
Everybody gets a f,! but the most .-f
them center around the- f:rst few in th- i
rae,. both in and out of I)atona. al-
though noS and then .ome tail-ender
makes a big vote just to make the
leader Dervous and wond,r if somt thing
pleoominal s going to happen
The DaytoLa high school haid a fairly
large vote, but the Rifles made a gain tf


nine thouvaaud, and way down the !in.
the Elks came up )withi thirty thousand
putting at-rn rightt 4-n Owc heels .f MLiv
Jen F'ran'-s (X':ara.-
Outjde(i of DavtrLa t'.e Vi iiari-
opera how1.. made an .1 her -.1 ttLho'
whole-alt -i ,.a:htr-. r -iAteen
thou'AzIj1"I.- .I::; I. vut Put t hela
awvay o i-(r tl 3:(-., Oo nrs'
E\c~? a'~c \tirig i i. c .1. *i:.: ~~
be ca rt-fu 11 14, t t 1,t- ur t ez i't- 'Nt t1,
cLplirti.'n 'f v kIatt punchted ('1 the
ballot .A-. An. !r getting: v(tz b-
careful t(o ,-e 01,&t they a-e marked
Iii~tat. ___


The End of the Chase.
Two. lidije. ffrintis of th suw*er!
terident. -t .-rk a 1.4iting a twpltxlfl ,
the itiu-ane Iuring the iv.,-Sf Ii uj:vI t
sul4kri!nt4-is(eTit reIarirk(d thu th d. J
of ttw i.Stlit w:irdl -was 'tw:n. r.-l':I:rt
:!rid t!Iat the~ gua'urd x A Iu: I I e t
'In-.u~i'Watchful urtil it 'A~i
1-ied Aftt r dlnala.-r the u.: ~ 'a.-
fir a ktrd'L dovwu the Lotau?:fhj, :
leading ulp to the u is i -uildh1 In
denly the-y heard ftwotstoio.s z, I4 -f -
one running twbluid tlo-w ainsd 1%q.
horrified tin looking arunlu d t-' set-c a%]
*he'vk'd. vvld eyed mani 1.ursuii
theni 4Wit- (if the wwal-il ;U!.1!
stepijied tc. -!sO w 'ide f4 the r Ad T!
(ether, screaming at tbe t. p t(f h
I .h'e. rail d'.tin the rS ad wv.h the h ui
miiac close ul"Hn her heels. At Ins
Fqws-ut 'ait h ruuritailiand gasl.:ig wi:
irit.ruL-:1g III ar1ti~ij#Ai..z of V]
IS(S'a ia L! 'I She as ci cth2~. st
w.a1'Id hetr fate Thi- uiiqn. ptanzinag an
gritinI'_ t'; ;s. d 1,,-r igh 'a u ii
shoul.hcr ai 'Jaild:
"T:Ai!' V-u're It." t*!*,%v'and Leadct
The Quwot of Tr-stla.
It I Kuk '-d l Clea: e..!;(.! 1" jwke fuI
st histioryM tihtn itite n-itt- t- ir rtrl
lug his "Frauiwe" viiieriret-ed thte fort
osf tLis In f tcurous waY. lie bbl,
biuiseif up in Fraince f-or years to gi
the ntnmospihere and tbe 1Lu'wl1e
titslsray forr hbiba %i~rL n(Le of hi
trta;L armae ic4er .soniv que-sti Iii4' tle
oral Jurinsprudence. I t 'a .L j U .t 4.Of j
teruati-ulml.niiti*ruiLcvt-. it it a.' tutei
ectlng to ttu~ltenti- of c o1L:oarat i -c jir
eed u-e. 1h-ru '.':.'heit- '. TOn. .1a adk
Uty waho i!a. ., par~uialuetutri cx i;t !
vicar up tl.' ll n Ciiob rity in whic-h th1
teit tmooks i Thi e Ibe j.-nt and hiLA-.i
[a ii-ttd his i-repy il Utl tvit of IL
tooL. 1--tir. likii. itit-.l11ian v3
lmerimncetld .iuartor t oe jre~k-Lnt it
1,401, over wi# l hIilie jire-,idod. 'Mr. Bt).


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NAPI.ES. I:.i. F-b. 5 .'ter being
buried for thirty-eight d&a\ a :1in-1 ha, h

ira Worker- ,uz ai .it azi:d tarly
t;is morning t0e m n w*n- rt.!...-.ved i. u1-
-.ious andJ ith a fair charnc- fur Lh- ijfe.


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HANNE BROTHmERS MECt S 37W5


j6 jwIy OaW the krim p4 t


9.4e Diatribu ers for Aamsuinb


Spr$ U attention is called to the MAIL ORDWE


Pr;flI ~ists will he cheerdvl lv .ga"


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Crystal 1Thcrt.

TO- NIGHT.


VA -DEVILLE.

ALL THIS WEEK.


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iECLIISE


Isuikst


AMUSEMENTS


Wilmans


Opera House


SEABREEZE


COMING.,

The Yankee Drummer.


February ioth


LYMAN TWINS
High Class Comedy Company
of Twenty Specialists.


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BOWLING


ALLEY.


Th.. n~oat popular
indoor ganim for


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


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AT DINNER. jLCAL
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BRAC'H TREFJ.


ITEMS.I
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,R. J Yalby. manager of the Bond
Summer CompaJy, made a business
.IbRAITA, .'.- '.t. d- trip to Jacksonville W'ednesday, re-
,.ard kluaLrugi;. ,,f the kbittlesLhip turnin to Daytona Thursday night
' rg, .- tt f or sale at a bargain-two gen-
.. d at dinner1 erat-rs and a ,ushmore center
..it\er bv %- i;i! -r (,uninjer. lit- is the ,.-i i
S --. "t .rnlight for automobile. Aplyv
ci,;,,ient of '1anv c-rigratuiatorv mr s- aily* News t "
... \e\v. D). H. Ratter made a trip t,
I ITiPA I l iT nnill ected with the St. Johns River
POLITICAL PLOT I, ',11fere of which he is secretary.
0%, W A ON& W f.t ai


IS CLEARING.


111d- (AS~l (eariii: up the l-tipoi. :
I,,I the ite: dJ, ic A if % ''v i-
H( )u-a]li it- ofInijre0r1- u t.-:r
:je Ni: I~r it' a:i1' *e NLa- '* To t,'
crtatin nc-n -',-eo. g i ti.) ,itU-
i- Lra-i' u~rr-t t- ti d 'sy I, i'~
1ionai atit-nipt to rfP1i h 1rov, lw at th.
~tate- Oi~ -t ',a AC, dio t
Ih girls b % t.t .ul i~ jfi he,

5c-01l it I I I mlI, i
kil- r-.Bro 'ai-


r reari 3Jlcneiin ires. all fIrsts.
., ,et.llnds ( r sale at the Atlantic
\,i t !r ('ar (':,. ant Central Garage
tf


1 Zi IalitMrF. L. V. Bl ulLdeA
-tt li 'Titli-ville Thursdav. 'the
1,5 1rt padf-iiv to rviiwve frim
tii i t 1Ielact- tf, "Fie illS t ie tret iieo
\\j o Ilti11 11 lit~ his demcln7ljt rat It'll Of
S-:-ti lk i-rbat K-iiied'I es.
MIrs. 6. -unge 1'.. Polflard left Tb urs-
L1 ~ iaferu' k.n to jo1in Mr. IPollard t
Litllll11It i %here lit hams belle with
rN latih-I-a i jct- the1ir return fri,rji tile
nii' 1 h tt. MIr riad M rt.Pollard
!!I t' CkI.l e-'!I r tto i LhIVto'IIl at tile
IIt-, I tt- ut( iiwbile rwetis inI


INMAN lYER OAIES .,
Ft of thl. Grape Fruit and
Q.uality-
none better Tangerines......
-clean and bright-ni- ac '.i:;- s* i;'.
BOX TRADE
SOlMIiD iii :
GEORGE H. MUN ROE
(ROWER AND SHIPPER
s6 S. RIDO WOOO AVE.--Uytona. FIa.


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lIl PIrnts Maide on
V~elox.

L.ET IlL',W '
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LE;K I) D. K.



Gardiner's Art i


Store.
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Park today, ; t: -.:>. <-
!or a v'is' .t r ,
neighbors '! f -.'

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Whie m t 00 awd
what to See........


'GATOR NOVWN


PICTURE SoW..

TOuNIGHT1I
C< mplete Chane of Programme
Every Night.

I- ICTURES:
Complete Clange of
Program.


Maurice, The Mystic
Offers $25.00 to the
PIrson Findir.g he Egg.


M .:t insvc Welesday and
tatu.day.

sHow EvElY Ii6T"
AdUmission 15 cents.
I)414,r i~pen at 7.00 p. i.n


BILLIARDS AND POOL.



FRUITS, CANDIES & TOBACCO I


11KI I~ ~ *AT 1. K KT.P. LAXI V


;I )etirabiti ijuidinigl oL. at Sil%-er'4
f eiih, nt-Ar m
Sr ::It i f't ? A pp
1'. El. L i -tt f

re I;r~'l I"t" Flvi~rsvlav fr' 1,

T it %k :, [lart zus
r ii I NI M '. If. 1f. Hoeie.


t v- ti n .r Ild uv
1111. a 1 k v. FrIle I aN


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\ttaIa Si..a \OiUsed of Murder.


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REALESTATE
BARGAINS


Fo RMSo wo

FIVE-ROOCM
Large L t bl

cL uW. RrAL CS'TM4
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Silver Beach Property
Furnisd o bas of 14 room*: nod.-rn Int- IWIDE s ml
pr meflts and vesit progwrty. on H:aulfax
Avrnur. near tha Automnohi- Club hqU hiuw-. I j flor mw L2
For mait ita hargain ton .e, otrvn*. I.lumn*4 Additto to
T. M. FITZd;rvA.x'LL'. mbaK thetw Imo dpI m
V(olR14190-wacd jv-s.&


rll~~Sve'e. Awr~ll
m11-*- !ume'. Fqor Pelean


BEANTIF!
n'tt rq-;. hot aII
tlqptj : 414put~p no
-"I v ..AIf!rwnt
iprf#-.,t atrsfr: e'vyr
t 0- fin I" O~tll q~ a Ii
pA.-t-lv urnlebeud,
.Ire-m: Williami.
Mo_.ur W. V. *M
tons Florida

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Wja= bt re.. aimi tl b-re' r"(Muma for wvr-frn
Oltber'good te luww on tbe' .umir.0 9,~. 'M.
U.IjhbU" have for m t q ,ti'w %-r,%ph, i-,atilt
CDttpge f tis at prie"I hf:t hi tu gnt ldt-
aerted the mIllefiuns.
Ifu) C furnished '-ron-
'M RJTA& S :126101y: .ituaItI Oat
De ad Palmetto roen u-
-ceof the ago"tdedamhle corn.'re in I ay-
eone: eco eattage ; romma. br o ht-r #: bat b
60441" esbo eMV40*806 Pr~c. I i.4tw tor
b gad a gap at lbs II &- Ifn, or-
Sested mad desire lekt Slackat the topr-
= 11 on or address. C. M. Blngharm. CItY or
llgbas &Thompson. Ag'n to.


Ormond or Ormond Ba
EITHER IS A DEUOIHTFUL PLACE t
WHICH TO OWN OR RENT A OMMS.
It lile ltbow v u OIIIr o lf lift pll;. t -. I hat\ 1ir4l .* -iplin t~e M

MACON THORNT


R AL ESTATE


ORMOND and ORMOND BE


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Winter Homes.


NORMAN


Real Estate.


Truck Lanld


DAYTON,


Lumber.


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MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE:


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CONRAD REAL ESTATE C


Bond Lumber Com
MANL F- AC t L e wt- .)F
Rough and Dressed C% press Lumber,
1,., i. Shingles, Fur~~' n


Phone 83


R. J. MALBY. I


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COMPANY


THE NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY'S


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HILL & EMUNDS

Complete Change

of Program.

NEW PICTltJIr
A Swedish Wedding,
Death of Byron Fritche,
Reward of a Medal.

C(' nplete chance of program
every night.
It- ,ula;r M # nt*.- Paturday at t p. Mn.
Adiazioa lO10. sight Ic.
IkHIt-14 OPKR. AT 7-.w P. M.


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