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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 12, 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: VID00312
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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having any Tuesday o( this week T. H.Cave. Sr,
i- to bore it- of Holly Hill, received a telegram from
my one subject Battle Creek, Mich to be delivered to
b t@8m~ MoDoto- iJ P. (Cleg. which contained an inquiry
l th Daily News as to wi their or not Mr. Clgg bad
.-, &have done i at--rted for Battle Creek, leaving the in-
of Voltuia fere ee that tbis telegram had been pre-
more to the' ceded by another, which had failed to
d a rety than rach them.
It is Day Inquiry at once made developed the
M thing i fact that Mrs. Ckl's daughter. by a
di t he m ca former marriage, was one of the unfor-
^ s peat money I taliate victims ,.f the fire at Battle
mt d dollars; I Creek, Inat Friday. which destroyed the
l| -m mde Day- j HIaakel lHome, an Adventist orphanage
ib i ~e ty. i eool.
W'-1la county ex-: Tlwe young girl in question, Lena Mc-
H -JM-l r they mwut i Kelv y. was fourteen years of age, and
S i- Sand road wai Just ready to graduate from the in-
^1*& O1ily News will stitution, and but for that fact would
mII t ec Theme, | probably have accompanied her mother
Sro radiates to Holly Hill this fall,. where Mr. Clegg
New Smyrna.. owns a winter home to which they have
ftt Orange or from been coming for the past two or three
heh. It all helps. 5ot1is.
u ga a- ..r.miree and Mrs ('lgg and her son, a brother of
hf er property. ; the girl. at once prepared to leave for
a ndi n the road Battle Creek, but Later advice stated
as 0 tenaina of the that nothing but a few charred bones
gi to the Brevard had been recovered from the ruins and
I. Uh saay the County no identification could be made., an-
Iff t ard isa ready and other girl and a colo:'ed boy having also
S~dll saft I proposes to been cremated in thiis disastrous fire,
which is though to have been of incem-
*ili 'iko'rida Star, Titus- diary origin. It war decided best for
;Mrs Clegg to remain here, rather than
1 tha wreek that tle face the wevere weather of Michigan at
1-in .a have followed the ,this season. when really nothing could
--B the Star some : he accomplished by the journey
i au -amitteet i It was, of course, a trrib!e shock to
5 g the Oak Hill- Mrs. Cleng and family, ad they have
o t I I ao ar esh
go-B d caditioo. It is .the deep syvnpathy of friends and neigh-
|b a to move. We will birs in their sudden and sore bereave-
Sthe outcome of this nent

I C"t Advocate, al-so kof

SCotv ro t ommission(s. QI | AT
Monday, took up theQ TAT
the hard road t.vy
gad Volusia counties.
Scairman to take the
e Volumia Count POSTOffICE
ku that the subject
S'bope it will I ba It 1
S V qMad system con
m- O0-rl. If notliigi T!,e yeggmeu's loo: of the postoffice
the public, Ws an engaging the ie of conversation
wrhah oaun all dayv yesterday. The job wa exe-
cuted with suctl nealnest. and cleverness
fa- to leave no doubt in the puhl c mind
4of their being professionals.
lsuanllv affable ani obliging in im-
hh iI planting information in which the public
is iintrTstedl, this is a time when Poet-
master Smith is not weing interviewed,


t I


YEARS.


SIteY, of Bahia Hon-
tde the recent death
,Q if-as was attended
d-[Bc oooioy. the in-
hIM- 2a- Honda cem-
1 a-italy laws the
zonMnMd end brought
1-1 tilU two 'ears




de As It Stoc
TME BUSH & SAFP

DAYT


THE SHADOW ON TE TEMPLE.
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vay from Cincinnati to Hodgenville fur- !
,ished impromptu committees.
Worthville was passed eirly ina t!a'
iiorningand no one was up onr th,'
Roosevelt Special, but one v\eiceIl,I.
Kentuckian sent out the chalien-,': "If
that was Bryan he'd come out;; we e,,t
tup early; why don't you come "
The arrival at Hodgenville wis qliC. .
rhe route from town to the I.inriil'i
farm wa.s- guarded by State troo,,-.
Closed carriages awaited the pre.-idl'n-
tial party, who were quickly tranferr.-I
from the train to the carriages and t!Oi'
line of march was taken up at ozic'

The Scriptures Being Fulfilled.


Elder Parmele preseatea lith .ulj, '
of "Capital and Labor" la''st niii'ht :at tt;.
tent to a good sized andl aliprti:ti\,'
audience. Hte described tlit r>.:t :triI:a-.:
ing of wealth ill this tie :a. Il to,,k !;,
position that this is in feltiihi entr o, tI a
tain i predic'tioas of sc'ri,':lr i I I
in pat t
"Accordiing to the s'c'tnd (1 (Ip. t,",
Isaiah, th las. t d:vs '\\ill I% eI 'I >IL:.t I'!
ized by an abuindalr e of tr,,a':ai-,, i i i'
second \erse shows that c.tditter: ,I'
scribed in this t'h:apter \\ill e'i-. i:i ':
last days. !ind thei' sex-\ >i!i va-t \-
that in the la1 t davs th 1at' I i1, 1 I. I
full of silver a:nd toia. :il I h :azi a -.
'That tle. land is Itull ef t!h:t',fl! T :
'DtVVVirat'ces, inaau-t ,\ Iti tIIt to ,.'
one wh'lo walks tie str t,.-t of I .i\: ..' :
In I O() their were ,one th l!'ii Io| ,ilt ,
the Il'nited 'Statts. N\o lic' \v, I '. t
this tout, trv is estiratta! .1t '10 1-1ii'i.
It is c.stimtnate l that tlare' ;,ire .:t Itn _:
for 'very mah'an, Wt iint ;.l r !i: ,
country. iBut we tdo I II :li ,.\' '
M any <'al t' oplh' htave ,r.. a :' t ;'. t
tiCt tha' than tha 'y hi:a\,' iar '.t ,
\\ ihat hIt'- le'cota t of ta.c : Lt a
1' II; t11, tifthl lr ltAf r :I',',- ,I ; I
t!a tt it ia hoartll't!. l a, .: 1 1' :
:tl, > rrh r i'- k,'tt i i, \ t a i' ii ,: -
iit 'tio V hit trlh,, tal l.!k, f.,: Ia \
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Observing Linmoln Holidat.
,1.'v 1,1111-di I.- -
I I I hN T'l'tN, l'ch1) 12- tt>'


OLD CUBA


AGAIN


WARMING UP.


Too Much Latin Blood And Uncle


Sam Will Soon Be Re-


called.


CiBA'S FUTURE LOOKS BLUE.

s "at I ,t -
I \\ .\NA. I .t. 12. -', hat mutiny of
S v,'. r- ;h;>::,.-' f thir rural guard :against
t i-:', l i t thie iuar, to the regular
,I':!,\ :; :. 'I !i' araiiiirlt'lnlt cla-h e.'tween
, a *, ar: / ;and Zay;as factions of the
Sti, il a ,it! lv i t':tusilg hundreds of se'-
: a a-. h! ( '1lt,:tm > to take a gloomy
\ : ,f t "'ll,.'.i fhiture t Tort s at self-
S\1 t: i t l'!he latc'-t unir. t h.as




FROM MT. DORA


BY AN AUTO.


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i I lt i atId wNif,, Mr. and Mrs. J.
i a ,r ic.dl (;. \V (;'oodsell, arrived in
'a r a* Moriday from tlt. Dora,
!,, ti;' .iare spending the winter.
"..%\ ir. ::;:.t ii ttir.' entire trip here in .ix
'.'- i. Mr. I ullr's Stevens-l)uryea
I 0 Si\ Th "'lIt party hft the 1'arkin-
I: hi '.-a. x\ hi re tht-y stay d whila '
A : t, .t' l >a!i tha,' return tr;i p ion
SI, 1' 1 t ir l. V : irIit. i
Lrt the part iy I adr
: -, .'. _'.;1 .:,, iford t!;-'n A u.\t' n Sta-
S. 'a.. I ; :[,ii-,. (O.latae City arid le-
I "t: : ti, rip i Ii lhM land hitre bh ina
i t., ) i a t\r', x.'lfi t a-an tion. I l
!., i- ;' ,'- ( rf I t,,l\v9y ,-a-, t\>!n, tc
1:,.* ". -t 1" .illtifi l lpart ,f th,. trip
a.> i ,t -ptt',l ayvty n,.ar O)rhlantlo,
,' ia ,t -t: c,- a, ,'ith .ar -,ale
a *'' a t ,' i t 'r'a .tri ol .a ':,-- tat 'T -

\ a ti t:,;t 'a :, aia :I ; .ar't tar.t.
;: ..~ \ a :',:k' ia m\i gr :' a enithu-"i- -
.* -t- Ta ; aI,'',- t ,I Otl ,.,f [' a, aofd l]:lc m V
I. .' : ,- I a'i t t )at'l:i: J t -t ;l D .a h,1IJ "t


IMUSICALE


MUCH


ENJOYED.


PRESIDENT AT


"OLD ABE'S"


BIRTH-PLACE


Many High Officials Are Assem-
bled At The Old Lincoln


Homestead.


CELEBRITIES EULOGIZE THE DEAD


I IY I'liat.'d l'r,.-.
HIOLDGENVILLE.E. Ky., I'b. 23 -
Standing on the spot where one tiihundred
years ago Abraham I.inroln was born
President Roosevelt will today lay the
cornerstone of the ri:trbl', ni miirial ltill
which will shelter the little log cabin
where the martyred pre.idlcrt was born.
generall L.uke Wright, Secretary of
War, who fought in thet Suthern army,
will deliver anA :iddlres in btIlialf of the
Southern armys, which \~illn mark -till
more the cessation of strife.
A Southern churchman, bislh,,.p t;al-
loway, of Missis-sippi. will irotnuoitic the'
benediction
(Gov. Folk. of Mis-outi, pr sii.it'iit of
the National Linl'tin Farim A.-'ociativn.
t;ov. \\illson, of Kt',tucky.v, ni l ( n
James (rantVt\\i!lson, of tli' tFederal
army, will participate
Crowds ha\vc in\:ladtl tl titY. I'hc
prn liminary ca>rt. >, i W\aart, r,,nlittt ,1
lender a large t,.111.


and if then are any new developments I
in the postoffi(e robtery of two nights I
aszo the Daily News has not been "put
wise" to it .' WASHI lN '0t) l t,. l I t, ':v
It is current rumo" that about six or l city tht int i t, v
,even hundred in currency and as much i I -t1
a $S3.000 in stamps rcre secured The being obslerv\'e th. !h i ,t. It a:.,,, i,,i r
local office does a big business, and the 100th anni\versaryv ,f the tiii lfi
needs carry a good stamp stock. and the Abraham l.inzcolain I.,'iu a --
operators mid, a clean sweep of it all.
The repoirttr noti,'d this morning inded at tnan pLt,' tlhr,. it ti
that the Lincoln stamps were on sale. country. At th. N:tti,,:i ('i.:d t,
Novices would have taken them, too. churctl-s are lihtI,1 i-i't::,'-.
7The public will not be inconvenienced At the old Il.a., f:ai i, r ,i-
at all by the robbery. The office has a
-upply of stamps this morning, and bus- enville, Kv.. t! l'-i l. ,,thr
mritss is progressing aW usual. distinguished ,tnr. I I t ,,
s,tone o(f ta lr'inI r ti.i t ,t rlc'ttir, '
At Chic.sgI \\' ) ro \\*ii ,, ;)-,,
99WIO0 ,i ^dent of P'rinct-t'.-nt I r ad,'-,. ti, r ..--d.',
d MEnday Evening a mass pne:,tinair t Ci:t.iat! I I l-r Majonday Julia W Ward il. r,..t I .o. it rt

ORD PIANO CONTEST. for the oca>v,:,! \t 1 -t:. fr ,
S-ecrn-tary of tihe \.i\ y I.i'! .1
N >-poHke. It nry It'.~ ,, t I,. 'lr t!,ii\ er,.i
'ONA 1 an address' le'fort n 1a u,,1 t tl,.tit,- ;'f tii
1,244,405 Senate arndl ae!ii'tly .it -'a tc l'i.i"
938,485 G,'-neral 0. ) llowarI. -ur\i. tr -:i


late enough to be present were given a
lelightful treat. The room. a perfect
w-wer of green, was crowded to its at-
nost capacity with inemnbers and giie.st
The first. vlce-pri.ideJlt, Mrs. J. B.
Downing, was presiant f,,r thle' ir-t tiime
this &-seasn anil the p)re.id'-Itt inviwll
icr to preside. She opened tile mlefting
with a few well chosen woAds of gre*Eting
nld stated the musical co ('immittee, Mrs.
I3'lle Abbott Haynes, c'hi irman,; had
'cen fortunate in securing Swift'm String
Quintette of Boston. now playing at The
)rnnond, to entertain the club for the
afternoon.
The following progrom was drlight-
fully given, each number svemned more
beautiful than the last. If there was
.my choice, judging by the applause, it
-eemned to be Andante Cantabile, frmtn
rhe String Quartette, Tschaikowski,
though all were well received and
thoroughly enjoyed.
t)verture, The Calif of Bagdad, Buieldieu
Forget Me Not, Macbe I'ierne.
%'electionsfroin The Merry Widow, I.ehar
Traumerei, Schumann; En Sourdine,
t'ellanm.
l'wu Hungarian Dance-s, Brahlms
\nladan t' Cantabile, from String (Quartett,'
T'schaikow ski
i'oppies, A Japanuee iniancc, Morut
Minuct, Holzonr I'izzicato,. mtnart,
Very Smart, (;illet
electionss from Ti' ItR'I Mill llerbert
Dinse Ecossais liktker
Mrs. Downing anno,,ur'd thirer,. \mould
i.e' a meeting of the Civi,' Dpartrtm.'it
on Monday at 2 30 and in\ itecl anyone
interested to attend. ako,, that thc're
wd which, it was hoped the i c.ibers- ar:d
their guests would be pret' nt, t, enjoyy
a social afternoon.
At the close of the ,rozrari, a ,i;il
hour, with punch and c'atke \a> t'njvlr lt-d.
\lr-. T. FI. (',orlis and Mrs. I ;t', W.
\\'el\ls \ere tl,' hotel s of Ithe :tftt rri ',ti.

Chicago Alderman Suicides.
[P al* it. .1 l'r.--.s
('IIICA(G0t), Fht,. 1-2 A.e '.ian J. I
kohout conlritnitt d su id,"il :it !.i- l:,t,
today by stIoOtIara. 1lii' .t' -
kn~own


'l'll e I ll Us ( '. J I o r1 ," 11 > I t !, t, I,
edtl Orirni l .v'avt'ru, l dti\'a I,\ tl t t
walkaway so.' re ,f '., tre .it'-.ai
h:1is ils, th feat,,I (h .in' .d ; ',att ,
,f tinies, b,,t ntith r l t it --.-' te'iw,.
lias been abl e t, iin Iri l i *iL -t n;i.
It lIeoks like a v.atiae ,,t',,, (P>r
iltnd a dl t lavtmt raliei ,t a Ia ."'a f
tt.u for l)ayt)in;a t r .i

rA \i i; I;. 1 '
tvr li.c,'r t r ll ,,,l ij tr) i 1.i 1 t
trip. call Maer,,ani Ilasf' il i., V


A BUSINESS CHI E


PRACFFD IN


!IEE


GANS


AMDiTS.


purely personal aggrandizement regard-
less of any baneful effect upon the
people who are compelled to us the
I ridges, has set Daytona by the ars, so
l, speak.
Everybody who owns a cottage in
l)aytona or in one of her prosperous
.-uburbs, whether on the east or the
west side of the Halifax, s enthusiastic
in boosting this section and he is umwil-
ling to stand quietly by and witness a
.kimn game that fleeces residents and
\isitors alike and has a tendency to
drive prospective citizens off to other
* ities where they do not have to pay
tribute to foreign stockholders who are
fattening their purses at the expense of
this section.
The Daily News interviewed Commis-
ilnissioner W. D. Bradshaw of this dis-
trict to ascertain his views as to the
probable action the County Commis-
.ioners might take in helping to estab-
ii.-i a free bridge. Commissioner Brad-
shaw is of the opinion that if the citi-
zens will go to work and raise, say one-
third of the amount needed for the
bridge, then the municipalities of Day-
tonsua, Daytona Beach and S abrmes
raise another third, the County Corm-
imiissioners would probably sanction the
appropriation ot the remaining third.
A prominent local civil engineer is
now at work upon the plans and speci-
fica:tions for the proposed bridge and
%all have it ready for inspection in a
day or -o.
It is propo:-ed to build a dlouble-track
c-,increte bridge with graceful arches
' thiih will not only be a thing of beauty
but a joy forever. Once built, the main-
t' *narce of such a bridge would be tri-
tling. It would be a step in the right
,:1'i ctie,n of beautifying the river view
iiit-tail of nmarring it with the unsightly
iliiaag. Another feature that would
(emnu'nd -uch a bridge would be the
,ariiaiai'n ua of the thundering sounds
\\ hinh dr,,owns the poundss of tLIe surf all
1l':,vtinian- erjoy hearing.
A big ldoubl, -track,. with bicycle path,
I it;: far pedestrians and driveway, ev-
, .l,,,liy keeping to the right, would be
;:, k, ,lpaig with the onwaral and pro-
^r."a-ivxe arch( of Ih)ytona; it would
, ilha:-i' I )aytona's stability and pro-
,lr, -"s atrd hiow her to be in the forefront
-,f the progressive' cities of Florida.
I.t tii halndvsone c(',nrete bridge be
it a !t :ii thaie remove every vestige of
":.,' a t' iir,bg planks and un.'siq htly piling.


NOTICE.


1 I ,r by xpr,.r-s lamy gratitude to
th,,"e' fri I.,l. waho -,, kindly endorsed
rit Iti :,-r:alt!in at the poll on
a1\\ .a ,t--iv. As mll thte past I shall
a a:!ai:aiu- to, 3'r\' the public to the best
a'f n.y a'l,iltyv ke,-piniig an eye single ta,
t!'' :!;:tr..- t. -'f the- 'ity.
F. J MII.I.S.U


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fkVM AwL ,-_L4 j a


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DAYO.It V%


*A.r


IS


Ladles of The Palmetto Club En- County Conm- _-Iem-r radh-aw
joy An Afternoon of Delight- Interviewed And Thinks It
ful Music. Could Be Built


,lIST VICE-PRESIDENT PIESIDES. TlE PUIC MS EINTU


The Palmetto Club musical is always ThI- recent bridge wrangle, the at-
inticipated with much pleasure and tempt of the minority stock holders to
I'hursday afternoon proved thle antici- reduce fares, the stubbornmem of the
atlion well founded, for ill those fortu- majority who are using the bridges for


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CURIO STORE.
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WALLACE
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ad Stiay. Ja 2ti, 29thk

TlUE PEC-IW EIVDIC
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Weight


I lr. ril H (ark mde a bm-
simm trip to St, Augtine Tut-
day.
Fmeah Michin tir; a firts,
Do wvtonmd For mll at the Aiaatic
otor Car Co. and CBUtrl Gang&
If


Mr. H. H. Kennedy, wb m
called to this city recently by the
death of her nmothp. Mrs GorIe E.
Perkin departed Thursday on her
retain to her home at Chicago.


SSwastoga Inn Garage, can roed
bI, day or week. Six-cylinder, sren-
Sipasnger Welch and four-pieaner
-Elmore for charter, hour or trip.
Rates reasonable. tf

H .G. Smithb, a friend of W. F.
SHolme, who came to Daytoa a
short time since am a busione mat-
ter, is at Ormond for a few days
having gone up to that town Thurw-
day.

c F r sali at i bargain-two gen-
*ratrrs and. a Rushmore center
ar,-hbliaht for automobile. Apply
t, Id.iiyh News. tf

TiLe racht Pelham, of Key West.
Capt. T. R,-yal. owned by P. P.
.lohnstnr. of Lexington. Ky.
stopped at the Halifax River Yacht
wharf for a few hours Thursday,
c-n:inuing on her way to St. Aug-
u-tine :n the afternoon.


-F .K SALE-DeDetrich imported
car. first-class condition, just over-
hauie.i and repainted. Reasonable
price Address this office. f~i 5t



Doings
at Daytona
Beach "


P.Mi Cost ad Pant Hangers
Sceosfor the Set,


Is the mIat practical thing we have offered yet.


ANTHONY BROS.


ex- 5M ULM-*WaYmu-.


Wkb arle er l qttsO.d 4 nnIe you ar'e


N1 ELLA DVOT i COMPANY, I


Ladies' Hatters,


Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,


HIKn CLASS G030S, LOW PRICES.


S No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET, DAYTONA.






17v Laddies' Red Cross


and Children's Educator SHOES.


GLOBE


DAYTONA. FLA.


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Everything Modern.
Homelike and Comfortable.
Directly on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.



HORACE STEWART


SEABREEZE. '-t-. 12 -W. H S.!-
ford died Thurtnky !TorLing at 9.3(6
a- m. of rerul Paray94giF. at !h0 5.m-
inolo- beacb c- titag. af ter &- -iet of a
fpw Mrme Mr. Sziz'r :*re t a-
broze 1ao t -tt1be f-cr' Nerwu-v-
PFort. MwP.. O Sc-ourt rf iJ healt
and Lad bee iperA'iqg th- %..ter a tMte
rrttagW wi t h ;-'r. Ar:!,;r F- -f!---.
czz-.aaer at Th'- C(ZX.Lr :n'rdh -L. t-
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F. W. POPE
Attorney and Counsellor at
Law.
Practi ta tse rad Feed ral C,.r:- ,
COFRCE GI POSTOFFCE
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FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at La%"
Special Fsciitie- for Exrr L.-6.
Perfecting Lad T,-t>:.
Office in Coorw4 Bui~dir-g. F

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Physician and
Surgeon.

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Physician and Surgeon
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-'- t rhas cciripleited te third &to.r
'4: h:, ;oa' r.ou.e
Mr-,. T. E. Rcsbi-,on she, with her
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.Rock F&' Ii., the latter part
NI. M Mr!:. S. P. Buie arrived!fron.
.t' ~`~_ ar~d are sPending j.rrLe tirne
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.. : c-rA a Dai, News re-
:r:s-; .-s' dsrt (~'an bejUie\ar-~
-!~ I~ d:- rr.'L Sir. Buckner was a:
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:a t'.e -y .hunp"' alotng bis
-.a gf t2..- t rte ra.d t'v and
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t,-e Uj';!arer may re-t ai r.-
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Y'-' 1L:h -g and daughter, i.,
H i r'dgt-cf M".na, N. Y., re aarrirng
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Si!- A. S. l1 rrr. ard -.':: t ae a
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w :>~- -e t--:. i7, t:rne burg scr-7ne time.


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Bicycle Livery.


Bicycle Supplies and Pecpair-
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tAMM REP OW Odl dF CMOXIOI
Smnts Made fto Oura Fin $ Um w VOLUSIA COUNTY,
A ll work do ne i ns W b y .M ft l.C
CLOUTHESCIIEANED ASD tkurpp U--
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Architect and Builder.


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tTONA. SEABREEZE. ORVUM) and DANTONA
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fItme No Belautul Spot on the tWalifax River.
JOHN J. McUIRE, Proprietor.

IIVTE LNSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with
m. No better in Florida. Table of the best of everything
i Ter -as reasonable as the service will permit, given on
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R $AT.S $2... O n$.00 P DAY.
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inlt. (uly a fewhour. fur wii Awil i hIv train (n or Isosat thuat ~omes
Owk.. Booklet. Thu Iow, l..i 14-lw i Hl ,,.- Bjju., I n.-1) Iend% at Hot.]

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M AC 'N AIA Florida.
dww Fa&mily Hotel. All Modern. lmprovenaents.
Accommodations for 300 Guests
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*.6 IA ARD PER DAN. 'p. n .h ii. 1fo 1, 1,-f Itrtt. I
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PALMER & MACIXWJ)EU.. Proprdtors.




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HOTEL PERKINS
Opseed Junr 1. 19i0
* M WARNINGTON STs.
NITLAND, OREGON
(e Roswe City
* Atry t M derate Rates."


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I THE mELLITON HOTEL
CIo. Wabash Ave. & Jacksm Boul.
CHICAGO


oThe -ws OF TMai TU met o

The Modern Here i where word's records for speed
ae bken with every recurring season.
Seven W wonders utohebest, the fastest and the
Seveliestare on dly parade and thsie __ _
SJ show is as free as the pure artesian
Dayfm's e uSmero, ,.-bec water from the thousand flowing wells.
One of Daytonap crowning glories is It is a contiDuous show with constantly The Ridgewood.
her inoomparable beach. No one who shifting scene. You will probably catch


,everset foot upon its smooth, packed
i sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
: cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
> drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
eded to the popping of their steel shoes
^ upon its asphaltum-like face; DO one
i who ever steered a high-power automo-
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
t washed and surf-packed sand but real-
K ized that it is a world-beater, a world-
> wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
'by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.


The Pact. Pencild Ha lllfa River.
Where think you is water with more
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom,
gamey food fishes in countless numbers
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
bobbing upon her waves; watch that
lubberly old white headed pi lican pcIsh
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk tr4g-
gling upward with his floundering load
he snatched from the water.
See the beautiful launches, spick and
span, their hampers and lockers bulging
with refreshments both solid an t liquid
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormoud bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
The Etcluatlngly Picturesque Ridgewood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,-
and the wide-spreading branch's of the
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
this white shell street one has the im-
pression of a fairy path with elfiFh dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
an eye first to the right and then to the.
Ieft you see distinguished cottage homes
in the most delightful settings.
Kurplssing Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes.
No one of Daytona's attractions, per-
haps commands rtori1 nearly universal
attention and praise than does thle artis-
tic cottage. The owners of these charm-
ing villas thiil from ever corner of the
country and they bring th-ir own archi-
tectural plans and build upon theniand
as th(e architecture of ,one section of the
eountrv differs fnrmut the architecture of;


another so do our homes differ in out-
ward appearance', and structural beauty


from one anothtir. There arc no, monoto-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
but thie eye, as it sweeps by, is treated t
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What next?"'


Streets and Pavements the Most and Best.
Why thli Architect of the I'nivcrse
chose to give to Daytona the most ad-
mirable, the most picture-sliue natural
setting of all tho cities of thei South is
not r,.vealed but that such is a fact
must be apparent to the most superficial
observer. With such lax \ih wealth of
natural beauty it becamee an easy thing


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the spirit and when you do the roads The arrivals at The Ridgewood on
and the beach are yours. The Florida Thursday were: Mrs. Corrine E. Hall,
sunshine is free, the balmy ocean Fargo, N. D ; Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hast-
breezes are free, the birds and squirrels ings, Boston.
and flowers are free, the sparkling
fountain water is free and you will have The Despan.
to go down in your wallet only for coin
for the auto and bed and board. The following guests arrived at The
Thiais no fanciful picture; it's all Ridgewood on Thursday: Justus M.
here. It is drawing other thousands Stalin, New York City; Charles Serveis
and h lding them enthralled, it will and wife, E. C. Vaughn, North Carolina;
charm anti hold vou. Comer and see. R. C. Stewart, Miss Kate Stewart, Miss
Margaret Brown, Columbus, Ohio.


S 9 The Prince George.
S 1 1 t The children of the Actor's Child
*i 1 League gave an entertainment at the
*^ ^Prince George Thursday evening to a
Sa Kodak Shh p.==- : large and appreciative audience as was
N evidenced by the' collection, which
SWe are not Portrait Artists, nor I amounted to more than at any previous
are we Art Dealers but 10 years 0 performance since their arrival in the
* of close attention to the KOI)AK- city.
* ERS needs has won for us the
* enviable reputation of being
I 5 Schmidt's Hotel.
SIRST CLASS FINISHERS. Among the arrivals at Schmidt'.
Anyone desiring good work and Hotel on Thursday were: C. F Tietjini
strict attention paid to their or- and wife, Fred B. Tietjin, Leo Gold-
* ders for Developing and Printing, schmidt, New York City; Harry Trowett
willgetitat LESESNE'S KODAK land wife, John Rettimger and wife, East
PI.ACE, the only shop in town Orange, N. J.; Dr. and Mrs. J. Lindahl,
I that makes the Kodak 'Voik a Chic:tago.
a Specialty. C. 1'. Tietjin, president ,if the West
i All work finished in ;24 hours, 12 ide Bank of New York City, is again a
0 hours if necessary. gue.-t of this house, having arrived
__ *Thursday, accompanied by his wife
D H I 'Ithid will be their fifth season at
I LLoL Schmidt's Hotel and during that time
IS *a they have made many friends in D)ay-
* Eastman Kodak Dealer, tona.
R elt'-ht i tt-,'t. Inlii r:.I Avo..
ATA, M. E. Church, South.
0 DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
tom m 'reaching next Sunday morning and
.. veing, in the Kingston M. E. Church.
South vby the pastor, on Salvation
Progressive Whist at The Gables. Themes, and at 3 p. in., at Holly Hill
A Progressive Whist was given at Thl lhoollhouse.
Gables Wednesday evening by SMr-. JIns ()In Monday eveningg at 7:30, will corn-
W. Smythe, of Yonker:;. N. Y. (;t,.t n'ui : old fashionedtl prtracted meIet-
at tables were: Mr and Mrs. I. ll.(ha- tt in the Kingston M. E Churh.
way, Dr..and Mrs. Hlale, Mr. :ndl Mlr- sut, Mlt'v. Mr. Rutter will do the'
V.. If. Scipe-. Mrs. IHazel Mh.i.-trgrp ;r, pr.:,.hintg up to' Friday evening, when
Miss May Moseley, Mrs. W\'i McC('alhtun. lI. I. Hlarris. the distinguished
Mrs. Maugar, Miss Gaugian, Mrs. linttti, r\;ng*lit h i ,uit"'rec'ently conducted
Iolanu, Messrs. liTeodore Van Ness, I1 a rf ,i':l tv. mting in the ir-t M. L.
W. Crane Fred llarlnina. M Mranl Mr ('tun'.h, will hatnv- charge.
J. W. Smytle. "Will ti thu not revive us again that
The prizes were sterling -ilv(r* li t tt y .y r.jicein thce'.
pin, aln ivory disk knife, a portflli,, ,, .
Woman a,d Her Back.
stationery and a p;ckanirinie pu./l'. I v I i mri
The first prizes were won by I l : tr,l 1 1 .-;a414 |to,, illI h lipii'
Mr. Hale, and the otlh.r tI ,o by Mr I ,,1 ,,,,,ts whih ,.v,. lar
W'. 11 Scipe. aindl .1. WV. Smytlhe. 0i f,,r.-,,t t, rr.',n tl. I Is to, ine eftf. tI
ThIe decorations of til. r moiiN%.- \V e tl: i % u .m int llhhtly ut"1 hler li> 'k (tI
vasc s of b,);autiful rose:- known a ts (,iitI (t 11-v ti1r siitiinits. .\ind. iuhlcil.
if Gold, and upon each table were b,,i i: ,I1,'-,. i4li-erver of ltie iiinn in ',,in
bon dishes of salted nuts and( we(ts. .iy .:i n itrilly fall to nithe' tIhat d.,,-'
The invited guests %%li) wv.re not .-t. a ,xx-1.inn wiish to annithilatia rival aind
ping at The (;able's ew int ..(tinv e t. ,- d slni it o r lnto t ,hp s 1l ,,f 1 l,4
I si, 1 sln1 lyv turns ;Ili their hlionies illn a large t,,uring (i I a Ito > l, it N t- i ra h ,, i.
M M, 1 iisr vided by Miss (;auglan. digl,,tlt,in, :tli vI, %. illh this mnaneuvcr.
Mrs. Snmytlhe is tli, -i ter of l:tiiI A i .vhi,- It s. ,,,,, ht tilvtutag ,ef l.,elh
Oliver, editor cif li:'e I;i!r i t I ui,tincoiie nituitil:l. f.,r Ito one. Int t *he cir
State lnaln antdi o ei ,f tr lt4. I i l; i,', r 'it j ;irkrin,, an "give. herself awayv"
ruri.-t. of this eouuntrv wi'i ,ier ltin-k. The expere.ssi.,n ,,f the


At Wilman's Opera House.
"Hooligani in Ni-w Y<,rk" (lwi -
trick pantonm iti ic c i ,r4'Jy trt: t I!:
booked to :|leptei ar :it \\ ilintu ur s "1i)I'
hou.e on Wvtn.-d.,-y. ri-xt, anitl \\ I;!.


for the hand of man to give the little prt-.-ent-d Iy a grat;ivt ,.n,,,i n" ;,f
finishing touchell v-hiitl ha"'. br,,ught known andi i('1; lik'!d dr;uinam-ic :ti!i-!-
out the colors andri outlines -if ti' bl ig! including N-lline tllir i. .MN:ii..- XI 1
picture. wecll, (Rani It -tlcil, it, l'.i,:i l1l;l
Man did all tlhi- in the laying out f ,f lhy1n l'oug:issl Itt', M. 'i. !'
the streets with tthwir \i 1te tivatginZs of ('linton De\Witt ;tidI l-: :uI II. i- i
parkage, thlie .ntir city ecinmies a in hii original cr.ati, rf IH wl;-,.: .
great park 1looligan in N-l l,,lk i-
And as for )av uiici:ts. i);:ttvc eitts otigiintl tbi.- rity pi[idu tin ,,t 0 ,' .r1
that look and act like granite,,--wlhe-'r, toon c(,)rld andtl ;;rrii a e:i r .i.:P, .al
else between thli e:tat,.rn anti Aesterni sct-uir v arid tilick [r[11.-rt ir, I r rI\
seas are so ii;inv ntil ih in irtoi, rtionin t, t p.c: 'it liis no el pl:t\. A \ :, itft
inhabitants t Till soime unheard-of reali-tit- lailr otad scci ,e :' i'[Ii'i w id -
place reprtlt intr:tm and better, Iaytona I'ity Hall i'ark at night. it,' (t lvy ia:'
thiroiws diln the gauntlet to the world,. antd iFlat Sit,( lDeu, a:' Sw fo!
sntI'ui ic >;t ii s t0l1at : ill It Il t .' 1,
Squirrels, Flowers. Birds and Fruits.


Whatever one's .-ort1o'ini'Ks arid
however indittierin t tr (']t ctalltous ont
may b to many tt;ings, tl.t mere ni-li-
tion of squirrelsls :ind fliuv,ers. birds anrid


The Bite of a Ratlecr.

lil'e tof a rattles m le i- :tt ,'.' .. .. :
inio i sense ;aind stiem i'.'" :1 I- ; ;.


is tliiili(1d, If a tritf- le lted. When
a Av, mtinit r rhI-s she Is fo i it lto ut( iint e
)I detirthl'grImtiae. I 1is sit* geo
a:mir.u- lien fuec Nvil!assueirut an umnit

u- ,f lit, i- stur( f fli t-tands andlht
-i1'n1 in-:.-- T 'fliat 1, wIIs v N% ,I I I Itinin1. -wit 11 iher
prim, tdl i t 1 instlItictin le Y-l,.te Ii. u-.---4
Ir Iack, tspln4Inrtllv when It Is Iteauti-
fol. (it. 4 nv i ftft te lilef 'ac e -it" i t IIIt-e
,t`.n,)ydix-ertmug iwar iof the sexes


Toward the Pole.
I, v eiiht Ive.t thlk on theli t:;n anrid
s';,',\' l t i .llu evini in m Umminmtner srlh is
lli %eattner xperin lle tl lin tine peldar
re,.ii',ts When the air Is dry nmid s!li;
i' 1k ren.inrkatil.e hi)w le w xa teimiier.a
l:i < f ;it lIe tio r e I with ea'e. n)te ex
I.I .r tells uits that with t ththerionme
,. ;it e degr,.es It was tei wairmi for
.l.:tti';, The i summer ,;,tther in this
in-,i,,lt i-. m,)rreiveer, in somte respects
Ii;,..-; 'ri8t :1dtl healthful. W ithlint lht,
ilrnib-' 7. ine lihere are witouderfully 1 i I
.I'k'i s llltit -'.S 1111d1 S1iS('ts 1 to0 lie se4'e'
Th'. :ire' h,,th brilliant ani l iniresslve
.,s i it writr In t he 1'e(in y I'i.-tirial.
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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 Profesional Opera-
tore. The only place south of Washington, 1). C., where them batla
may be obtained.


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


greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuite.
Every Modern Convenience. Send for


Service Excellent.
Steam Heat.
Booklet.


Summemtutr r Adlt-e..-.: ATLA. N*11(* M lie ei-, Ntrrua'an-owtt Ptir, Rhotie Island.


i Fronting ,on the
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Mr. Pegmom' thfte o bhad naurnd
and goMe to eLtt dow la dI femat
parts of the comatry. Ooe day he re-
eeived thia telegram from the eldest:
YoT hav a gradeaL Fine boy. Tm
pounds. GEORGOL
Mr. Pogoo answ ed It at owce:
Gesi! BVmy t baby rs crigYu
Ce a ftujd -asenl to me.
FATHER.
In due time the bill came. It called
for Kr3, and be sat his check for the
amount.
A few weeks lter hisa ecood so
weut him this dispatch:
You are the gradparemt of a fm bor.
Not weighed yet. but a bouncer.
HENRY.
To this he responded:
Glad to ber It. Buy good. serviebls
baby carrtage and forward bill to me.
IATHEIL
Promptly came the bilL It was for
2S and he pad I.L
Tern days elapsd and then came a
dispatb from the third so. to this
effect:
You have anothergrandso. LarZA. Lam
boy. Named for you. ALBERT.
Mr. Pogmon's response to this wa
as follows:
An right, but looks like erowdla In
Am sending S12S. Buy baby o arrtw
with It. FATHI R.
-Youth's Compaalon.

Very Lucky.
The following I1 a genuine emay by !
a ten-year-old boy:
"My Uife has been a very lucky one. i
When I was three years old I fell
dowuustairs and cut my head. When I I
was five years old I was looking at'
somu hebns and a dog bit my leg i
When I was eight 1 went with my
brother In the trap, and the horse fell
and threw us (out of the trap; my
brother lit on hIs feet. and I lit on the
htrset's lack. Last year I was play-
lug. and I ran into a surrey and cut


uiy eyebrow, and it has left a mark.
Otiif day I went into the slaughter
bolut and a big sheep ran after me
aud knocked* me down. I have had a
ha'liy life."
This cheerful acceptance of what are
usually regarded as the Ills of life re-
mindas the writer of an old scbool-
fellow who took part In the fight at
Elaksdagate at the beginning of the
omth Afrk-an war. After the engage-
menat he was taken to the hospital at
Pieternuaritzburg. As soon as he was
r!,le be wrote home and sent his peo-
Ile tlw tunic be had worn in the
battle.
-You will see." ae wrote. "that there
are eleven bullet Kvles In It. but I was
awfully lucky. (nly six of them hit
i;..'" 4'eveland leader.


Ben Franklin's Keenneu.
Two ijtcident4s recall the keenness
aisd the t!hOr-ughtiess--be great twin
!li':ies., to, see and to utilize-of Ben
I-r:iikiin. One day he cbhaaed to ob-
''-e a lady iu the possession of an
I::Ht-rted whisk tiroo. With his usual
litrrt :;tnd (careftul consideration he
-.auinied It as a nitvelty. He discor-
ered mu the brush of the broom a seed,
wi,'h Iew carefully removed. Present-
ly be Ilanted it. and the growth from
ths s.-,t-d ';;: the first .cr-p of broom
(-,,rn in this country. Again one day
u len IDr. FranLlin was walking by
lI<-k treek be saw stuck In the mud
a ii.Lkeruork basket, which had
m,r%.uted. t'arefully he fished out the
lt.-kLet and carefully took it anart He


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TO-NIGHT.

VAUDEVILLE.

ALL THIS WEEK.

Ed. Gerken,
HE MIN: TREL MAN,
i TThe \WI ithla5 Coon,
R-I Shaow T l i.sea.,

NEW PIC. UrIo S [YEViil.

vnisateur Nigbht Friday Night.
W.-ll known penpie of this city
will appear on tbe *tage'.
Regular Matinee Tuesday and
Saturday at 3:00 p. m.
Complete change of program
every night.


Th* Lady and the Sbep. Regular Matinee -aturday at I p. m.
Some dot the mremuberrs t-f the British
legation w-ere talking; :l lmot the late Aduilesio. 10c. Inigh tis*
itbah ofI Per-l. DO ORS OX 11T08 0P. M.31 .
-AN-hen the 4hiah wan In I.-ndon."
a rm it :ati ii **ie :[; ;iu-arvl him-1.
'z.lf at n diaiter p:.rtr :it a ducal resl- BOWLING ALLEY.
d.'iwe 1'i P'ark I:' ue I'y :i praising t he
I w-ti ut fthe I1dli-s jrt.e-nt in iun-T t
I-er tof -iieelv Thu- f. r i a lolnd count- Thi aogt popular r
(,-:! % le snid lite %,P d -,ixe l.~'-,) sheep;
1'r t u ll ai. sli ru1m i rvee.s te sa Id he
r-, tild jJ~e !'."' x .l slwopfor a t-vress LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
.f indd!dY ;t.e N-;:-:%! hi 'd give
~ us-4iee :ii:d mnj A(,rtmi i miit e-n.iizin.
iuri ll v the lie i:h ( a e t-1 the teautl-
fu! M r; Wie James. Ex vr budv NO. 14. BE:AC-H STREET.
Wft i1ed in ?4 \ Pi.,1 !i-en'-e to bear the_
qIt ? tlvtn li:v her ialue lin shtep.
for 0'- *.:. h tl! t o l the nti-
Te;su-I t u lmk1d .t r. -J---s tel-- -
titer'y. lie -h- his heiaed ai-d si-bed. :0
-TT'Jis la v* i al.'s u -ftl
lit LAL ITEMS. $
ini the tiril lns as ims r It a- 1a
slip Is %%-)rth "
Boo HK nw EnIish. C. M. MilLurn, of Port Orange.
Bokleairxiug. stu 1 -t tlz--th
Is. learning %,4ev fr, d r a*, i l ii tile city this IUmrnlilng and
(one Iut't utia' a I Iiie. ri a le a pleasant call at the [)aily
Trail" F-'rederick Ni'mvr" tc- !.z r.%NeWs 44ce
m~f at) ll~tliatl in -i 1!. Olt
Il.:tzi i hm I d t tLAtIe steamer ('herckee had s'ane 4
and wa eraii.tptur-dz at it*, iail,' L. to ittl trouble getting started on her
jpra'-fl L e it ,' n' VW Stuyvrnatrip tbiA morning be-
It %':as %ith iw:~. j tI: A t he ail- 0 u-e f the lownvess oIf the iiater in
dress-t-41 us at supl-c.r. 2! x 1:;I '. 1")l ~ e.
emrerssutilID [reini, It*r "Tony.' f,,r sale clieap. ('henroke
!,lUk~railt? .4 ff. .rqiAi t, aiguvcN. v.i (,n I each near ind[ill.

tuders.to~od I!'t a ;i '2r- IfI. S u _Iller, of this city.
I,
lie drt w m.4.be
a ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t1 Iu !*lk i -.v- Cl iitling %%ith a soil
-a:.z :~..,~ 2iwih ter :tAti itm. i.as gone ohi
Cidia t fia r a several weeks visit
:- IA ,a: Iher-,- n- r-law and daughter. i
r. I' :I :s W. .Fletchier, at
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~e ttr; I pray:,''. r. '. I
ve bavet all--ht az-!h:, :\I-t 'I"%',ri
T'ithor 0--i x% hi h j ,!m% u ~t
ta'rz i A 'v.you .% ur t7rt.-:. at tt NI.irk
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%'. a \aiht Orian.- of Miami, I
,i ti e ,,x\iwr. \X. II. Gregg. and I
i ;: n t > .I. is tile d up at IIali-
!,\ river r Yval:t (Clul>. The "ihien" ";
' a wi te. rooiMv vacht ,,f nineteen
tons. Mr. (;reL'w 'i the author of
S;1:%v. \\' h.n aind Where to Fish ,n
tfi-k East ('cast of Florida." lTe.
!, (k i- hiandsotnely illustrated by !
anI artist thi t Yr. Gregg carried !
\ i'lb hili ofn his cruise. f


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SEABREFZF


Hooligan
in New YorK.

Wednesday, Feb. 17.
Reserved Seats at Hankins'.
75c., 50c., 35c.
Steniusr I(xi*- t Rouind Tripi 15c.
'Buw Fare t Round Tripi 33c.
For np-chil (C.nvr nt-nc a ll 'I um-Ph ll ':1.


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TO-NIGiITI


Complete Change of Prolamme
Every Nhfbt.
New Pictures Daily.

CLE .ENTS & LEE

"Ambitious Actress and
the Silly Kid."

Knights of Pythias,
Attention!
The story of Damon and Py-
thias as told by 2000 feet of
Tinted Fimn.
K. o0 P. ESCO)RT FREE.
% i. I'. .. ImT,,r I'l '%t I r.
SHOW EVERY MI4tT
Admission 15 cents.
Lors open at 7-00 p. in.


IMAN1 3 .ANGES I Billiards and Pool.
Fruit of the
Crut o the Grape Fruit and ,, and.. ..
Quair Ty- angerines. CIGARS AND TOACCO
--c ean and bright--no ial or rut. Largct tok. .reatest Number Br.
BOX TRADE I ,tteid Cigars to please anyone
UOlA llllE U PU-.-, t,- 1,.- .BE. t Irrll Er ACH
GEORGE H. MUNROE P. LADAS, STREE..
GROWER AND SHIPPER
e*a S. RIDGOWOOo AVE.-Daytona. Fil. Fruits Candies, etc.


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All Prints Made on
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LET I'S SHOW Y,, iw\9w
TO OBTAIN THll !;tI:S r
RESULTS Fi.\ 'M )',',
KODAK.
EASTMAN FILMS. !
EVERYTHING FOR Ti11i: K' I,
DAKER A I, LWAYS 1\ SD )I I..


Gardiner's Art


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\V.i H l--A wide- ak,
*,'. P od voiie andl i t--- *:! -
-ell the Daiiy Newv- on W .1 .
* tel., btationt. t. ;. : -
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A! szusS,!ic li. trS iV -n iilitarv
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Thze iNl-* v I[rs auto bus, the
Li' ad i.''hi -it i, the largest C-ai
'f i -i, Inthe city. has started
r '-j ..'-e i'e to New Smy~rna.
Si i. )Ui itig luts at Silver
d;i A. writer .X t Inrhi he C'iub Hlouse.
r .-ea' attractive prices. Apply I

A U" I ti. a-Is'r;er %%-Il-c QgI xen
t'A t:.-- A\r:,,i i ( 1TfI rs F 1 bh 18.
L 1; 1! e, If -I -NI E~. Chtirrch


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.i ~ur *tiitmjr %Vba
4 .. ".~~i ~ *rk mbefmre. Of-
F : W -. '!! *- Iji custom is to
1 U. 1 aT-k a day or so-

T~'e Mtsslng Part.
:- .. I-x .1 x tiid the
:i-.' 'IIr ..tm!i Mr Hm'ard-
*~r I ~ ~! ut i: l t dlu:g rbe
4' .. h~:i k.-: I v~i~ p~r'~t C a a!Itdl.
.. -1 :Z! but Cle tho
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f I f. I. t mma t-

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WNARCAIN5
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seer 21 a l em msy fmiss'. Adulta Alu
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me ~ tr l ~t@r or b~'VPra flitu ttr ll hot :ur uS
e~m hrrb,5 em th mnw 10. 3my hemu4 don"lbk I
--- vs, fog gabr LHm vur, pee-lama ~I Jj Cre-in. eettO
c6s Sb *e ibeS& batt not dim- p..rf.-.t rdeier: cWS'7 4
l(rrmI~u4 with @s
U-nnI4 rmrwt:r -
both iurulLbed c'm pl.t@-Iv rurnbobv4. P
T" COJass pb(oIv; ttzaem-d Jtf.i-'e: Wilievots'.3ft
sbsmeinsf kasgremf l'.Iretto5eus-, o..* W. U. M. AJ
-sa- t tev dedrubk aw r lrae In I 's Y- torm Flrida
was; ems g.taw o brosev 'bi n be- 4: r.aa b
bo arnapt that. If y qju wrb,- III*
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EITHER IS A DELIGHTFUL PLACE I
WHICH TO OWN OR RENT A HOME.
l*-t nie show oo oame- of th- pluc-s. I ht&v- mn'1 \pl:nn th- la-y

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