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Dr. osAdeW. 0.1 S M, iWme MAa
1dMasi Vt; .sy V.iam ofth Eend P A
Ca omp.MTi ; r t e. elt* gs
by o b w mum, Yo; O and. Win.
It-. C. Ad._i11 Clew as
Iq. uix lk. *14 wD>IOMd er; Ad Ei
40we,-r flt mm Jed w Maae; M ral o '
hult Faa* sad M rG. 0. l ara. Iomt- '
br, KT.te; Mr. =a P. aE. We
.+ "=,,..- .,d ,.._. Hii. F"tt m and wi,- .,.B. PIE iieo s CONCfeSIONS ARE BNOW IN
Se. ~N. N. ; I. Ar..strong
Sa. a "d Mr. and M r.T.W 0. O. -
Ses, wie tdauhter Cg Suggestions.
W ugtiawr. Ge er. s;ea mO. wl am. Editor Daily News
e lis dadghely -,eoando N o.; MrMar. PwelE, Your issue of the 12th inst. contained
Sad dthe following sentence relative to th
.-D tetltt; Mi. Hnd Mid M. W. E, tolls upon the bridges "Everybody U l
NM, ir. wards aMd h l d, M.aimtib Ohio; who owns cottage e in Daytona, or in
Mr. C. Frame ad MrWE M C. Co es;
|_18o001 E.0. Fitter and wie, and Mis A Jeel.he of her prosperous suburbs, whether
M and Mr F. I or the west si of the Hal- Many compliment Bestowed On
JN ley ittwer, Kamily.; Mr. an .; e. m. n- fax river, is enthusiastic in boosting this
SN. .; J.nd he is unwilling to tand The Daily News In Regard To
iii fodt Nea a John D. w tie, and wifer. Chiago; Dr. eece reidents and isitors alke, and i
a" prett J. Gottleib and Mr;. ad Mrs. C. B. ar- has a tendency to drive prospective iti-
BIi a tbegl ivs exper- by and family, Terre Haute g htd.; Dr. zensof to ativer cities, where they do
f n- J. H Glasse, wife and two daug. c hta not B.ve to pay rmstribute to fortgen stik-
5 5- l to get and Dr. Ed GOi; r, ti*a, N. Y.; Mrs. holders. who are fattening their p ures I.
SEvelyn Hine ad N; C. ork; Mr. at the expe it of this secon. n
Bfc--- aUd Mrs. A.T. HsageR and o D im l Cif n- Nedither the abily N vew language, nor The l ntew bstded Id ;i i
0"nai; daughter Hennin. Ma Mrs.;m Paul E. Your issue of the 12th inst. contains
t Davis ad soln, Mary B. Browne' tspie following sentence, will native try f Ttothe ('rendn ire. S
l iJr. e Hard. we o o .h itself to wh ople who love justice arnd fair hundred xtra copies of yesterdayS i
td lette r .o Hook. ier, a .; Ha n i play. Aes skin game that flecs r tsie were printed but wr t iw t,,
l- m egi f i New Yorrk; ihl. iam Horn, Moega. p dents and visitor walike" sid n of th Hali cou- Many Compliments Bestowed On
b0 the iot ts N. .; .Mr. d Mrs. F .n an and ous language, nor jusias tic treatment o his le a Di rs lin Rets, t ii I
I ese amd family, Atlanta; Geor F. Johs thosectiwho and he not recis unwillingved even the tand y innocently sd t i.
t doel wife and fan .andi C.n F. John, qu raite of tly by and wintrest a public invest-hat i ts Enterprise.
S rbut dott. S K all and wife, met that has id een of great value, in the oice e m 'titors like, a
as prttr J.GoPittlib and g; Mr. ate Mirs. C. B. Gar- hct a teo the interndency st of the tows o reprinted in an etra iti -
Sksenting exper- by and familyls and MiHauts Elizabeth bothDr. sides of othe rivers, where they dotte-News thi eei
i sxio s to get and Dr. Ed Gigg r, ticaN. Y.; Mrs The facts. who ar the b ridges re that It is a sur of r i.t to ti
dE make in- Caibany Deaoer; Mrs. M. r o .y, two arte paying dvie of this sec two pay The Dail News appr eciatsly i'l l ,l I ,
B iou. ndrand Mrs. A. T. Hasnan anduhte, nothing whathe abover. Y language, nor ridgthes toit et a full U d f ir t:.
ido nal i Columbus YOhio: Miss Louik S. L o pirit fe n the sary sentence, will conuthede- accuntory often bi ie Clarir. ie. Sevi a -
f tndle that E st Orange, N. M. Lemke, velopment of iaytona ane d the fpecein- made fIor a gire.iat ltinw! l et ti.e l
b l b oeter, fe Mis r. and Newark N. n. Inman and ,ane t t iethe ontt b and w a f lly nteh trv f tin l
atso yameaoW wifmean and wife, M.sJii; JohEn o bridges has never paid the hegal innoce ntwly s lut theirdt ,tii I.
a seIlsd. Lu Ln con ; o o legal rate of in ter est t oi the a pubi c inetors. h copies thinking th cunapped Un.t
SFrP John house dicott. iddleberg, Vt.; Henry Michael money has bs o largely contributed toin the It is the aiT of th' l)tiv \ ,,
Pioeatpo eitoKhiw etifurn h its rad.rs ith l t t:
their Ps urg;M a on Fourth Milgs. invested, will not mneet the approval on public cnan best ju t i f
O comeSaFor a better understanding of our p- entitleds to )ontienrtiin ftc r iti. etv' r-
s -Ad V ition a ts inetr in the bridges, W" rise. lie ha f r
Me As it Stood Saturoay EveningJ L w tae orvews as fo,,nsr [-t. \e ing building n of lte at9g ,',lt,, i v
N o belk, e that every investor in thce morning.
a MH & SAoRoh D PIANO COhdTbE T. Hrbridges should be treated rith fairetsst The Florida liiis-l:.i ,,Jof v, t,n iv
-dd o h P ) and justice. 2nd. We belit v the a tthe contained a: excellent -tj.ry' ,f tit t e
.A --- interests of the town should be consid and reproduced in half-tne t\\o ,f M.
DAYTONA ered firtt and foremost. after treatingI lesesne's phlotogra;phl. Mr-. I1. A.
a 18.00 investors with equity 3rd. So far as Iernard thlie Seabre cze n-prem-nritati e % f t
-005 0 we represent the majority interests, \" the Daily News, i' Ile.\ i. tie re ,pr- I
-- 70 ,3 shall endeavor to see that every one in- tentative of the Tinli.-lt niti and itn ie
.. 20 vesting money in the bIidges -hall get a p,-ible the coiipiet t.,>ry' f th. ti:-,n
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The Ideas Sound Plausible
and Something May Hatch
Messrs. Armstrong and Smith en-
deavor to put up the cry of being
abused: a cry that will hai e little effect
upon the mind of the public. The
it-aning of the expression 'justice and
fair play" they evidently do not know.
They refer to their bridge interests as
"vital to the interests of the towns on
both side., of the river." Granted. But
just bear in mind that' in buying the
three bridges which span the Halifax at
I)aytona, they created nothing. They
-imply took up what had been created.
In (ays gone by. when the population
of this vicinity was about one-fifth to
one-third of \\hat it is today, and the
traffic correspondingly less, the tolls
w\cr' likewise much less, and still the
,rii ltes then in existence paid veryi
icewr,, however, did not draw salaries as
,f today. The bridges were built by
,oca:l people who had the interests of tlhe
[owni- at lhart, and were satisfied with
MX AT IA
The demand for the story of the Clar-
*adoo Hotel fire ham been so large and
4o lsstent that it has been decided to
satisfy the demand, and- an extra edi-
ion of the Gatstte-News will be put out
his evening, following the issue of the
They may be had at the Daily News
Iee, and at the Clark and Barnes newr
Says They oat s6,
Money ad Sta
Jao S---- Gvrp e lr-s Of
The Samblewim a md fbwl
Tl yy Fbod i l.
In the presnmce of Psto ee I-spetor
Jere Conolly, DasWs ed
Cahoon, Joha bsamp -= ateria
asae blower, reemtsly amrsed Jm-
soaille, coafesid thatl e sad h I
rackede" the safe d a the pinr a
Daytona, labs Waedsmy ah It
was late yeJterday aftnmraoo bael t
yeggman would admit tlm fast 1t th
group of men armamd him. Ompme
say he and Bartoa tmavedd lto DItm
tougher, while Red me W arms -m
made the trip together. Be m she
gag always divided whnm trmbI .
That i a rule always fobowed by safe
(IBY Uialt Prel--.i
CONSTANTINOPLE, Fth. 16-Ar Arriving in Daytoni the fr did
earthquake is reported today faruoud the strp .
village of Sivas. y traveled in pairs, but bah pairs
village of Sivas. Mny buildings inclu rok occasion to gto o the p
ding the government structures, arn inquire if there was any mail for thM.
badly damaged. Thirty persons are re- f course they ued a ases whie lqair-
ported killed. The news received i .ng for mail. Thesr only motive hp
ing to the pastodkce wasto get o
fragmentary. Heavier shocks are re to te mto? r to 1 a .mm
with the nteork of the i lm #ad
ported in the vicinity of Budapest. the location of the safe.
After all was quiet Wedabday al-ht
iunpson says that t we
THE NOIRT .ady for the eractf o t .
says he and Bartoo did pi t duty
while Red and the fourth I- blAk
Sinto the postoffice. Sampom sa Ba-
ton, who bas but one arm, is eom-1id
and for this reason be is 5s-
Slected to do picket duty. He ai owas
ScoI a y automatic revolver.
^ ISafe Was Easy.
[Hyi rnitel P'r.e.1 The Daytona safe was not blown, but
CHICAGO, Feb. 16.-After a lull of was opened by Red who, according to
several hours Chicago was swept by an- Sameson, is an expert machinist in-
other blizzard last night which continue spector Connolly b ars out this state-
other blizzard last night which ontent, as he stated after Sampson had
today with all the severity of last Sat- made his confession that the Daytona
urday's storm. safe was certainly opened by an expert
A violent wind is blwing loose .now machinist.
The Daytona job was a good one for
into deep drifts. Transportation, tele- the eggmen,as ahnos go5.000 in stanps
graph and telephone coiiipani's are var- and close to $1,000 in cash was stolen.
alysed. Sampson says his portion of the cash
'le storm's area extends through In-. was only $50, and when he was in-
dia, Ohio, Illinois and Michigan. Th formed by the postoffice inspector yes.
diana, Ohio, Illinois and Michigan. The terdy that almost $1,000 in cash was
telegraph lines in these .t:its are prac- taken, he remarked that his pals had
tically annihilated. handed him a lemon: Sampson says be
alasloe isdikadot mts
*;Desirable building lots at Silver
Beach, near Automobile Club house,
for sale at attractive prices. .Apply
to T. E. Fitzgerald. tf
Geo. M. Brown, postotlice ins(pectior,
Sheepsheadl Bay, IL. I is in the city
in regard to leasing new quarters
for the postoflice, and any parties
interested in the matter ihtl better
r( ;->,nable interest on their invest- see him at once. Ic:.icdeitallv vwe
,r1. ,t might state that Mr. Ilrown is a
\\as it 'justice and fair play" to try boyhood friend and nei.,Ihbor of S.
,. 'railroad"'a bill through the last 1I. Hallock of North 'alincetti ave
I.igi-Sature prohibiting a bridge to be whose suinmer holirm i-, at Milllr'a
itilt within a ccitain distance of an ex- Place. I.. I.
-timn: tiridge,, exciot under prohibitive
Wuadition>? Was it taking the public : For sale at larg.iiin t ,I geit
iii, conlidlen ,' to give the bill to a erators and a 1.iihn. ivre tenter
n iiib r ,,f tle I.egi.hlature from anotlihe searchlight for a'ltt 1iln) i A .lly
,ionty to introduce and the members of to D)aily News. tf
hili c(,unty know nothing of its exist- __
i.' W\\as it justice and fair-play to
r:ie the rat,'s of toll a couple or more Is S S
. :irT- :.r without getting the approval
f tli' l],,ard of County Commissioners'
always loved his drink, and oftentium
the gang would satisfy him by giving
him a few bottles of whiskey He says
he was given some whiskey after the
IDaytona job was completed, and hil
pals informed him that only about $200
was found in the safe.
Stamps Were Buried.
The gang after doing the job, secured
an automobile and drove toward Or-
mondd During the drive they gave the
chauffeur several drinks, which had pre-
viously bee-n "doped," and the driver
soon fell asleep.
The entire quartet of yeggmen knew
well how to run the machine and when
they reached a secluded spot near Or-
unnal they buried the stamps and then
returned to Daytona. When the chauf-
fe..r awoke he did not know what had
Sanlipson .ays the gang again separated
:,il 1~ turni'd to Jacksonville on the first
ttran. They remained there until Sat-
ur(day night, when he was caught in the
r.iTr ,f Buriiett's saloon, where he and
Iis pal, Barton, had planned to "ihake"
Mltss;rs. Armstrong and Smith state
t hey \%ill endeavor to have increased ac-
. ( ii:n.odati,:s,and more favorable rates
:i-l ct,iiditions for the people using the
t)ridges that they are endeavoring to
flrulate a plan that will permit the
tu.s of any and all of the four bridges at
a conce-zsion of the present rates-
D)o theyv believe that the people gen-
r;allv will ever believe they contemplate
.ijch a movement out of the kindness of
their iharts' No! They see only too
iplinly the spirit of dissatisfaction over
t'!i(litions of the past and ate afraidI
t h:at a Iridge will be built over which
t..11 \ill not be charged.
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I. EWA I I COEAY,
Latest Styles Artistic Workmanship,
I M CLASS OOOI LOW PRICES.
NO. 6 OAUT BEACH STREET. DATONA.
I- I ----M --MMMM
I adies' Red Cross
Md idre's Edwcator SHOES.
SF.A3REM Ei b. 16.-Mm. Era
Ccbrt Mm-my, the venat6- ompmd
MH inndmpua of the Times- l tkc
qoit yesteday. 1 the Pn'mcess lrva.
Ralpb Evvwnden Dr arnd Mr- Eityr-
dens mairkally-gited sm. u. who i d*t
agent at Fort Pwrre, qeit SuXrcda i:t
him parmt, o (.knidgE a'u'.
W A F. Flkeei we &ard tw iv: u
a" a pbiid fihing bmot ou be n -mit
beirm Port Craae Saturday. Tr* tnp
was pqbmL-ed furu:u. v
sod be expr-speAi udf c-"aru.-z u::*
Flkidar' ilard vtertwa'
W'. an I x -4 -'-. W a-- W eW---.L
tammg tlpir f:ie-4d5. Mr. atzd M-, Ia,
cuE H.. .' r.a -.rr .n -
~~A~dzt l "o n -r-~jr 't~'s-
sod tear Day-wea:. &A; w.4v-ttUg- AL
~r~i~ -n~~nnn~~nrr~ r N5
NIEW SEASIDE INN
AND, FT-'F-'N:SHF-, --,7- -...s
Homelike and Comfortable.
Directly on .Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.
S- ., i .LL AY AM "
P,- ecume.s n- 4amet &A and
0-g=aoZod br 4.ettk4 5*j te -.%e -
mum. Mr.-.ev eo e 'as ;p me river cc
birwZm a-; failed -,'c.t ba as bC& x-
phmnpii bA. trte c~t 4 f. te (:,tI.;-t :f-C
m, A uZ: Tb pre u 4% ri po ttrr. A>
4erzamiscL -Lm was..: e':ed rvi re-_
Sinitary Ir'v:: Z &bt r t a
petitK to tkl- eoi iakz to be rt-
appoicted to he rsciio His r
u tabie z fur eCDSkGe-ajti -. at Deal
lrMWP W0M rv Pn A 6_-Tn
zi'., ~' .,-: _- -. -- a-
U- a -- -
Ae SPrinceii 9sena
J~wrg~,, CI~rgd a --
:ub- d: nbod- !- -
ar .hofl d C'-- -.-e :- .- 'c.-ar pL ..
RqdEir~ dNow Yk,
a Miami ist4I
tram AD b=. MATow-H
I *p~ *b ~ L--a ~ i
P). LO, 31C~ mu. O.,ww
Iffnamt. P.O.9u243 t ly;
M Xr.amdiuL Ur P. N'.ssm
'IThe Alpwi. whb were
PMm do s pob
lmydgmt isI good- mo1'
ior dam~ dwim yumbby,3
Vi M- M~d mL Nw..x ld
ma~- =a Emu. Wr, bt
[;iLrio rLm F
*** & fS CNiL Cw-h
quire 1M "iw& Rd ~.
4av Stuakart of Linklort ,
acanmpeied Cbmi Ymaxa aim of
Frank k?, to thit cisY fzim Port
Orange am ooday by i moW
cues*i at tja Stihlen HkeL whmre
Mr. YOmng is uad td care of Dr.
S~wart. The have -p-p
ing f-wr wme weeka at Part Orange.
but -Mr. Tonig we. take. down
with malaria. probably cal by
saJien change of d rirnas he wn-
mzhere fro(m the goid G"lein the
vclaitr of Reno, Sevada.
v:Saralcfp Ian Garag e. rs sorze
b v day or week. Six-cylindea, seve-
rmienr WelCh and fOur-pummaer
E'Zmare fr charter, hour Co trip
Ra erWA~b. tf
DA I-TL(A BEACH, Feb- 16-The Tc-
toiiy Club m"*t tmigbs with vm
H&4-t c-- Ptninsula dnre-.Tbe, -"
:.. up teC Cm i Co4f St- VaE-
DAT, as rerreu as urrent a' 4-tt-mule.
rr Arecul r rfestumcAr 0 t~e meet
z.Vr r:,- uev xben wae ni Ai.s
B~ta&. MdiA mEda Placm
I'). .J. P. Ej. wo Lsba a tknfty
ELe-T :* .I tw-t sidne of theE HLifax.
52: A;! A bof LbO a h-ilUsmad Yom&C
~--.r.ard ealt C4 Peamnsuia
*:-.;e. az F~-r .~st prozetd by sr-
s. k He ;s swa
aztx-prenmemand kJz f: uvc ";m
.r- tZ% .ZI.tctt~ orawjg tLac re~j-~
-., Tb-_ pZAratstsu Lee azd
a -v eWd. gem to be
rsr. M.r. er a: veet purebaed
R C.-1 cft too a a sot s
".T. ra sxLr .' tev e ium Loas
--. uer a;5sLeftwt a
rf,~ y~ ~ ~,rfO mi Jomts, an. rd L-
p -e-.-' l a -jI
i- -.-: Y. -YfavefQ M. a waA orreieuC-e
-c** '.ieuc-e ;C1I ijo~
Hand Caught by Flywhel.
Hi-rr rrme -net wi;; a znLsap Sa:-
-sae> rz- wr- .t h was rra'r par-
u:. -z: e- e-gi-e ,tar, ej d caug .t L .
v.4L.t. Nc :vere
E, &.7 '4.' y to -,e w as 7c.& j re
-T, rLJK-t. Z-s uour
* Tir. -!ra vLn fe. a L:-,r c1-
Will Visit Cuba.
N Bw-VprU.ont Of tze Cu0.-
H.a -t Ch. C agO a CCLOMPS d by Lt
w-f &-.d jaq"er Mm (raw. &ad J. J.
Had'.. a wihokaie fUm-Itur-udeakr cC tt.
,Ji 'ity. arrived YIiMooay ad mra
A nw 1. by e S
tttb. &prt9 6Act of
I Prar~ hhc
F. W. POPE
AtOry and comma~r at:
Pvr~c~e. t i Vvdebs~Ccci, S
ftee* =ad 7*4*VC
emkm OM F
IL 12uarYa ws"r
FITZIERALD &I OATES
ntwrue a"2 CpuamCers at L1at
gpecal Fac~him for Vr.emg ard
PeffRtikatg LA Tlte
w in Cinud Beding. "Pt~cac+I
G. A. KLOCK, M D.Me
MSBM AMQ SLWKEB 0
SAmonald w1~& K. SX- Fogin.A- D.
8p at*ata rwn l -1w. U
Owe- IfwG un: T WD 3' a.
a nd tot# P -P. -
E. L STEW1EART
F rt rc el P. r, -
FvmrftDow W n Pootodict
ROY HOWVE. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon :
OfC1011% WXLEN 4WD
-to~p. olCr,'-~. --. '% --
C- C. Ip %NO% Da i .
C. C. BOlIANNON. 0
ssssseseses sose Sso s.:e
DR. F.lH. HOUGLHITON
H ELGENE JOHNSON.
Bicycle Supplic5 and P--a;r-
Come. and See.
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CLOTHES CLEANED A"D F3
Air "yww m PWI
All ww* soed rMEdomfa
lywM b Nm_m
m K N NmbSei. wMof C
c. S. IHALL
Architect and Builder.
comf* 2N Psim
I awtona, F
.e:pg sees ssse*e:es:s****
Local Age nt Wanted.
A N' -7 :*%*as flowip ao van" a re-,
A- -' rxe Ifntnasb te
V' : .Li-. i'd~ Lh ItC
Jr-.? ~ ~ ry~P ~ if
FOR CHARTER. Pkasum vada
I oft Fac-rf.. C. rfl
N..* .: -;r H.r t'.yu~p~,w ow-Al
-r as ~ a aaraaaaa ass 1' ~
and Film Supplies--
:6 nderson stClark
* ICE CREAM
j TIE BEIT H 4Ms1 Swope -wN.LS*
*~,~ -c UY b&i"kC
THE SP')T -ASM GROCE
H. 5. yNII.LER. Propri
The Syracuse. ;
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yA= gjo Cdvihm
AT CLaO OF JA NAfA
Swkx ad Bdso&
Banking & wineand
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Real FAUti Acro
t544*4% VT Capital Swek..
;%*a rp' as aaus 10
1--od P dq~
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in Baks-.. .
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Laes m (o's FunO
41 WS IA CAL.
J. W- FUUMAW.
Reed Chairs and q
-BIi6HAHM & MALEn U
DAYTONA ICE COWAI t
t Ou r Wasons make Ti ~
Sur-day." to alt prf
DAYTONAk. SEABREEZE. ORMOND 2nd DAIYU '
ce .r Bets Deivered at any Dock -- SaLed or
OFFICE-Rear o Schntz p'uant. I
t o r. '
P i NT I%\ CITY I "'** *-
LSTLABTRES ATIANTIC MOTOR CAR CI
7.. 1 VEET ALL TS EN SI IA //
Blac sitha, nd cawtio No. 8 Beach Street. [)Dajtona. I
Shop in Coa=.ctUoa.
IGO. A. rOY. P,"vIr o..p 0 3. l' .
S. ,^0 Automobiles and Gaoline Ei
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XX. B. TALLEY
JAh'4;&i LLE FLA.
*and Spark P'u;..
Discounts Allowed the Tn
SSecondhand Cars taken in part --.-.-- r
***- **- *-- -- I**O**ol* *!-
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e Trade Who Like GMd I
WE ARE )SOLE ViE\T FOR THE
ous Royal Scarlet and Curtis Bros.
And Like P. T. Barnum "e -^er
,d %erti.e I nC- \\ L neho% '
CF, 'RE I
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Be,. b oboeis weuli^p mdfor pssd
1 ~Modern an hrib 0 wfthsw e' su M.WI4 i
Seven Wonders__r a d ____ ______b
-71show is s free as the pure atsa
0* bomb. water from the thiomand flowing wells. 1
1 s O l ytoa rownu" krn *''It is a continuous show with constantly T
_011" C f atos ro nggor ....s I.. ... .The esp
S "eom parable beach. No one who ung scene. You mil probably catch
... 1 "1 Hl era foot upon it smooth, packed the pt and whenyou do the roads The following guests arrived at The
W K- ---- ,1N m ; w m ew- o .e er pe ledabi. and the beach are youro. The Florida Despland Monday: W. H. Bowman,
iA Iek over its expanse; no one who ever sshine is' free, the balmy ocean Boston, Maum;Roman unhard1. R. R
T O O IN N N 1 drove aprancing pair of horses and list- breue are mfree,.the birds and squirrels Runhard, Allentown, Pa.; Jno D. Scud.
_e ,emid to the popping of their stee l shoes and flowers are free, the s parking der and wife, Trenton, N. J.
m aMUIMtd SPOt 0 i Haliftax River. po Its asphaltum-ik fae; no one fountin water is free and you will have --
I M..ir... i. who ever steered a high-power automo- to go down In your wallet only for coin
Sbile don theP broad stretch of wave- for the auto and bed and board. Schmfdt's Hotel.
O. w~~~~~~~blde downdte radsrf etchof a v u e-l '~i ofmfu atri' l
nol ON. Rooms inule or En Site with washed and surf -packed and but real- Th6 is no fanciful picture; it's all Among the arrivals at Sehmidt's
1 J Mtria Florida. Table of the beat of everything ised that it Is a world-bebter, a world- here. It is drawing other thousands Hotel yesterday were: Win. Weavers
1 -."iN- Iruaonable as the service will permit, give on wonder. Go stand upon this wide and hlIding them entliralled, it will and wife, Quincy, Ill.; R. 8. Sloan, New *
S' speedway and see the happy souls flit harm ana hold vou. Come and see. Orleans; S. J. Anderson. New York; A *
S;,md y hapy Orlens; J.Xde ,NewYork; A.
91M in connection with he hotel. Strae by in Joyous mood, and answer whetr 0. Botts, DeLand; Christian Frye, wife U
1BreeW arr- gmen., will be t--; wi... --:ththis is not one of the seven modern i... and daughter,.FR.We0. St. Paul
1 wonders. S l Mion.; L. Gebson, Lansing, Mich.; C. E. '
"' The PT PAid iM Rivw. 2- "N lr I 0 Kellam, Jacksonville. I.
*-g|Ur irf e~e~eeeeeee~fe~e~~e;Where think you is water with more r i 0/^A A^ ^mJ_
________________________ :picturesque surroundings? Nearly a* ly :
... _-_ ...............mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta. Kold 0 aop. The Prince George.
SThe Miaaeaip liaU 1 tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve- The following guests arrived at the
D-g ,d < 9Smi v Lem "S T& W. fais Tro. randa's looking out upon her bosom,, We are not Portrait Artists, nor Mond George T.
tote$*DAK to. ALV WAo my AY. gamey food fishes in countless numbers O are we Art Dealers. but 10 years ce Gerg on Mon. y Gerg .
-; aPmrIAL MATUS ST VWX. I i .-7... .. r.M 0 F.; oth ~~a renhend infwze, Chicago; Dr. J. Par. I
beckoning, am it were, to those with rod Of close attention t Frencn Wife, Chicago; DrtPaDr-A S-
-2. v-* u-m a thsboeL m t. pb nm o 3s w. ._ .sons, New York; Mr. and Mrs. R. B.;A
l 4J.P. P S 3. P. Aw_, A i a.. and reel; her bosom flecked with duck ERS needs has won for us the Pars torvill N Y R .
.... *i l- auwmu p9. IA. Pte.. ][ "._ niti ontin "f I i rrsos, St ry flle, n. Y., (2. B. Roek- i-
.and coot a snowy-winged seabrds, enviable reputation of being So ll, .; C. R
.O ...... ........oot.and...w. .. .. 'a 5 well, E. R. Rockwell, Chicago, Ill.; Joe.: !m
U- .- S tffcj which sit about as if for the sport of 0H E| FIUKHF L Earman JacksonviUle Fla.
-ft" .. Jcsn il, Fa
SF Comfort, bobbing upon her wves; watch that CLA LR. Theodore H. Bennett, president of the
e: 2 y fa mFe e Pmeu P, lubberly old white headed ptlicanpou-;h Anyone desiring good work and 0 Squam River & Barniget railroad and
2 iFr a Rest, a fat mullet, and that fish hawktIt.g- strict attention paid to their or- 0 the Allicor Gravel Co., and F. F. Le-
mr I L1 TT gling upward with his floundering load ders for Developing and Priqting, hok, cashier of the First National bank
D 3 S_ L'nd he snatched from the water. willgetitatLESESNE'S KODAK* of Spring Lake, N. J., are stopping at
See the beautiful launches, spick and PLACE, the only shop in town the Prince George.
S< B.-K. Bo. ths i span, their hampers and lockers bulging that makes the Kodak Work a E 4
n lPretor. t. Crilhm W with refreshments both solid an liquid Specialty. --
.... .i. Ii reayfor a fmTe upon her beautiful All work finished in 24 hours, 12 The Ridgewood.
t --rS- Spe' tby !surface Take out your field glass and hours if necessary. .
i... weep the river from Ormoud bridge to The new arrivals at The Ridgewood,!
SPonce Park light house, then say J on Monday, were the following: T. E
-- --P l n llt 66 once ark lght ousethenrey; John D. O'Br"ige"n,
ll/l tiC6Ort JH.EI OB Ir i RAADh" 3 whether the Halifax isn't a thing of a N L m m |$ I Buddism, Baltimore; John D. O'Brien,
WHo-. tel P alml -each. 111 beauty and a joy forever, and one of 0 R HL l 0 St. Paul, Min.; Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
I&*Ndeot ae- Axain djisFmus"on Waterman, and Mr. and Mrs. E. D.!
||l|^l fcVtyM oti
S1- WIU expectfA, toU..- '-'Trop
OmIygafew hourh further Mouth y'rain or boat that comes The Enchwtlnly Pkcturesque Ridgewood. ah'trt,, n.ar kl Aiv.. BerBooklyn, N .Y.; a, Wailer
DekL irlzlt. Tb o Ibavio, pii,, BNl -uti< h IkMt Line lands at Hotel M -U .,c .. Aand Charles Rueping, and T. E. Aheru n V
S--g Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of -DAYTONA, FLORIDA. and wife. Fond du Lac, Wis.; J. K
f ~~~lP -- *- **I ********ma broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, 4 'u ". Bowmn"and wife, Harrisburg. Pa.; B.
1 1 1 1 M. .. .. nom o m o m o n o n o n o o nr ion o n o n.,P a ; B
and the wide-spreading branches of the -- N. Blatchley, Gale Phelps, New Haven,
fi-Jf ,^* St. Auustine. hcavy-trunked live-oaks extend their Con.; William Pierson and wife. Har-
K L M A CGN O LIW A Florida. 3 Kgiant arms across this magnificent vista, Cn. a r E A r -
larchandfromrtheseu extend- Arissburg, Pa.; Dr. E. A. Burnett Cat-'
;%//..... IL..-,L-u_._ --,,u_ ,--- .... .- li;forming an arch, and from these extend- I I u kl "M n r.JmsEe
7 -71161. All Modern Improvee nts. f i n .ill, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. James Eten,
r *" ^t A ccommodatns for ^k ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss and Master James Eten, Jr., New York;.
SAccommoations for 300 Guests way as the trade winds from tropic seas \ E. F. Bakr, Boston; Miss L. E. Lord.
SPS AI, Q.-iS,, 0n. m1st to14a%-lIt. WritWforlllua- anthem. Looking straight head down --- Pittsfield; E T Botsford, Utica N Y.;
trnZ :i P ittsfiel.d ; E ...T ot f r U tic N .Y .,
S OOWE. P this ,hit. shell street one has thIe im- Mr Lus y Duzicr, Flavilla, Ga ; Miss
.m.. .... Ms ege eu ee-- pression of a fairy path with elfirh dra- L-ah [oberts, Macon, (a.; David Irwin,
m mms.u ..e-----.u m i mpenries, but as you move along and cast Jr.,"iIlommtntield, N. J.
|iaieaH^B^^^-----M----- lA-Bfl l jiZ^ I -- Jr., Il()l0llltleioi, \. J. i
0 man eye first to the right and then to the Maurice the Mystic, who appeared at
left you see distinguished cottage homes The boatswain at the Halifax 'Gator Theatre a few weeks ago, gave a
0 in the most delightful settings. River Ya ht Club was busy Monday very pleading entertainment at The
Murpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes. morning painting gns with which IKdg, woodi last evening.
No one of Daytona's attractions, per- to mark the channels in the river __
0 N e between here and the lighthouse
________0 haps commands more nearly universal _,' ll l illles gn s ie( I.. :Ti.
----- --* attention and praise than does the artis- e sI read: 11. C. GAINING ON [ASTERN STAR-
S- tic cottage. The owners of these charm- Maxwell Touri ar for ie
--------------- UUU55SI ing villas hail from every corner of the IK.msv riding, prices reasonable. 11.
IMMIL PERKINS S f TUC WmilTdE fATI *country and they bring their own arthi- M ,.. Leave orders with I.
ITWlEW. rl X UIL L textural plans and build upon them and I .owe & Co., jewelers. t.t.s.w 2
_ mp i s o w .. 3 a Cor. Walash Ave. Jackm Sa Wl. as the architecture of one section of the ... ..
V *.- 0")
S&=NNW at meow& Rafts.
60M of the Buasness and
1111118" I amms with be'Ih HtW and Cold Runing Water and Long
alleg loc l and Otstince 'Poems In as Ramss.
ph..0.-in cem roor :N R t Hoymm 1011 with Hath
s gh Grill Musi c ,ivige or tii utter
amid md lonamercial Mitt-- l tHI nInV rftml
puan. Rate $.(at )"I)*, of ttt.IIIC% 111(t niue Ir n01Ing Roomhs
Owr""Iden ce S4 %I t Ili ouniftr4. ()tur bimious Inidlan
M o.. Proapriet orse-
____ UimerMcClinftock &Bayf~d" '5
I IIIAY.-* S
,at Cold i
country differs from the architecture of -:Fresh Michelin tires;
another so do our homes differ in out- no seconds. For sale at 1
ward appearance and structural beauty; Motor Car Co. and Centri
from one another. There are no monoto-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings .
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated( )N 1 (
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What next:" ? I D A
Streets and Pavements the Most and Best. F R ID A Y
Why tlhe Architect of the universee FEBRUARY--
chose to give to Daytona the most ad-
mirable, the most picturesque natural
setting of all the cities of the South is KING & TUCI
not revealed but that such is a fact
must be apparent to the most superficial RIG CIT\
observer. With such lavish wealth of:
; all firsts.
Voe L.arge in uay[ona-Ligni
Out Of The City-Rifles Over
T'iTe ,ount of Saturday evening in thie
Bhushi & riafrordl Piano contest showed i>no
startling developments beyond the fact,
1 9th that the Elks are climbing. In the one
cI lnt t hP Ilhllo Bills'' made a gain of
1 tll$t nearly (;0,000 on tlhe Eastern Star, the
St:icir(-t rival of thie Elks e
The Daytona IHigh School also had ia
yr(lR-y 9 hlirgc' \vte and went farther ahead of the
E iIil, than ever. The Baptist Parson-
a:ge al s,o had a fairly large vote, the lar-
U .. I~ l f A #
natural beauty it became an easy thing I 'I, 1
for the hand of man to give the little a ll atr
finishing touches which have brought t Out
out the colors and outlines of the' big aul .l A Sciool
picture. i I uenc.
Man did all this in tie laying out of 1 ( hi-
the streets with their wide margins of h os
parkage, the entire city becomes a VS h In t
great park Go\ em
And as for pavements, pavements .... tie t
that look and act like granite,-where rThe
else between th' eastern and western A nONVFNTION AF AMIIFMFNT I "erl
seas are so many miles in proportion to'ELl
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of I cove r
place reports more and better, Daytona I Tucker' Shows are a (;,ida into
throws down the gauntlet to the world. i o e a a pnars
,(' Consolidation containing everything that j ,
Squirrels, Flowers. Birds and Fruits. is Wonderful, Nov. 1 ;-oil 'i'rilling in t olls
Whatever one's shortcomings and V,-orld of Wond,-rs.
however indifferent or eve callous one
may be to many things, the mere mcn- I
tir.n nf "sonuirrels and flowers, birds and 4 Bands of
mis hiad r sonime time, putting it
of thel Colored Industrial School.
itlhs have passed the million mark
re still decidedly in the race.
-ide of the city the Kingst n
I had the only vote of any conse-
r making a gain on Wilmansopera
Origin of Old Glory.
he reminiscences of Lord Rontld
r is fo i:ln a stork of the origin of
t rs aind stripes.
" star spangled banner" of the
icani republic had Its origin from
J brass on the floor of an ancient
h In Northainptlonshlre The brass
s the tomb of one Rolbert %Wash-
i and Is dated lr22. On It ap
the Washington coat of anrius.
stinig of three stars, with bars or
s bl)en;ath then. On the nrst dlay
e new year. 1776. the thirteen
1 col,niles raised a standard at
s Introduced the stripes ofi the
TI E CLARN
MR. FRED MAUHS, of Sharon Sprim N. Y.,
has arrisde With his corpf Mirntands rMzMopM"dl T ME =b .
don Bath Department to the public.
Rsstan Baths, Torkish, rt.L Hot Sea Baths
Pine Neede Baths, Vavwr Biats,
Given at all hours by the very highest gide of Profmi Opm-
torn. The only place south of Waahingto, D. C., wrem t, e LatS
may be obtained.
Now Open for Season 190o8-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manaer.
Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Servc Excellent.
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Stam Heat.
Every Modern Convenience. Send for Booklet.
Summer Address: ATLANTI(' HO[RFN, Narrmgamawrt PIr, Rbis IWIsod.
Fronting on tho
Formerly Schmidt's Villa.
Elsetrie Light andM
Modern l eprovats
HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors,
Fine Home Table
THE house is charmingly situated on Ridgewood Avenue, the high
est anti most healthful point in the town of Daytonr. It is
very tastefully and comfortably furnished and is modern in
very respect. The vegetables are from the Ridgewood garden,
and native fruits, which grow in abundance, are a feature of
Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,
1A( )R II)A.
Steam Heat in Every Room
SANIL MAXAGEME'Vl' AS "THE MUSTOL," ASB PARK, -.J.
"-'I N, rlh I I I.:ll, ', .. .\1 A liii, '
Modern and First=class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths.
Entire White Service. Northern Cooking.
sIII.IIir air.irtTr Tlb.lt'';I i. A. H. & E. IANE, Proprietors.
DA THE STILLMAN
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, D. R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
Facing The Halifax. ialf Hlck from Stores and Potoffk.e.
*Modern Improerments. %k hite HlIp. Northern Chef..
Terms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application.
* TABLE BOARD
IVY LANE INN
W. FOLTZ. Pf;:.i: D, INkV I ;:J IA
The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
*Very Highest (irade.
E. D. LANOWORTHY, Proprietor,
wk up th
r! I 11 = 1 I- 7
EFATENISHEA) AND RENOVArf-D
'I'll 1,14 )1 1 All 'VT
d L-, 6::1
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- .. ,if64
!l = -,
% e tk ofthe Lfth
o AWNew 01r~auI
Mr mrdNm E H. Wil~kers., State
O psixers. are in tkw city !or the par-
49 It at Ihm Amrivcan Wuoarnan loa. This
P h. ma sa salionl mov-eawt sotafdo d ed Mr.
e&GQ Le of the Ls" Publisbi~g Co,
CP.Upartyatir..n & of St. L~ k, no.
Ir. J. Muwv, J. T. erMn m d wormsarv4isgtbis movct
*dye, l A; A C. akqm m od rn .st at from 500 to 1.000 per week and,
a&0; a W. Usap Ctmio; 0 G. i l c ptui 5a bring orizd in wall
C. KmeU. Md I; L I. wife I R 101 DoW. The Ie
~ c Q Ltiv Ky. ; W. T. Me- i gIve to its members and their ameor
t we rk ,~ Cr; Mr. H ctai~drchld. folife, the flioving advant-
Nig M emid wk- P n embdo K a H F ree use of T he W c m a n 'u s a- I
SKy-;; AradW rit AV.wle mid ticmal Exhea-nge, the CM"spoK oO miE
AI r J.i~ H.. Ta y r rik, i Sboohs. the Pos"l Lbrary, Lqe*p Ad -
Iml Ukb.t; 4g. P. P o- ave and Awistan, Hotne for Or(rnd 0
Me- UrnP N b & -; G en. P C hL dr m ; H o me- for Ag d a d a d pend -
SNow; UMr..L D. Weeki, at eelWow, t&- Loan azd R'-Iief Ftnd 0
X T kC. LWelbevt7 md wile, beddes otber drantas. Five iadi#-_
m ;bere .aL f~rtr a k "I ehaitr. and
I Weinrrn wad wife. Swrtige N. Y where mazi at ~fvcn to intV tb-:0
C. U. Wagmer md wil, Nt; A. HI Leagm the company yis rftyiU to '-rett a
W r m ha Ne w o rk ; L a ub w y ~ u l c h ap ter b o w-e jt at sa s o m a e
m r. (lrr'rebd, 0.; Soa Oy.- Meof oremkblicornmp their er
re. UuLeye, 0; Te. ii. Pm, Jr.. mrnbemhip. This is a new movement b,
ur mIr s jg C j_ that i rapidly herring to the front. ThI. -t
X. V.; iDr L C. Philips sad wfe, Mu- total eaNt to Nl-b d !-deYw bE i- 5S2.
wa'er, Whip.; Mr. A W. Roberts. Mrs.: Men arehoDr'arv nib.i-r lLd it e@, j
Trb Ng, hnmdboprrne Cansdz;:9 1 them $20. Al! lal'- two v-ars in whicb in
W. Iki---m, Mi- Robiar., Bafalo,
.. V.: WL. H. Reid and wife, Saul-
bury. Cona ; Mrs Charl Row, D-truvt,
Mich.; M= Ciua P. Rtaii, Mrs J
C. Murray, Mr L A. Ailkler, 'tica,
New Tork; D. Surfae, r.T. S. AUie,
R. h i ood, Ind.; W. C. Sp-ncer and
wJe, NewYTko ; Mr Goer.e H. Sqag-
mlUer and Mrs. J. L Srwgmuller, Ro-
cheater. VN. Y. Mr. and Mrn F. G Smit
Mr. sad Mr. G;. L. Smith, Mrs Mira
Smith and maid, Detroit Mich.; Mr. srid
M. Geoe P. Slde, Erie. Pa. Mr.
@ad Mrs. H H. Suvdano od cthikIrr.
Cisncmati; L Swift a"d MWr. A. U.
Srtxig. Minnespoli!. MinUs.
C.ecoants Make Cooed Fuel.
"Mine is rather a eir-ios lui:zo-.
said a man %t-I owns a s rz.* war-
hrn rand sbed dow-n sear ILAoln P
6acks. '1 dea; In coconut sb-ei.. a~,d
Umat re I sold more thsn Yo..i pof .
full of them as Nuel.
'I 1bur tb'41'anpo f i ritwoarwt tb-
froma sta!l Lpepp rad: o er L.cl5
frao fers. troy. -w-anut 'r i
to pray thi and you are a Lfo-timt e rem- county.
ber when this amouLt is paid. Arny and
all. including touvLSt_, ae r-e';iia!! in- **YA
cr. f'llh g
vited to al t The Austin W-inedav (r,;- f
afternoono from 3 to 5 o'clock. when the t-ic iighb
rnoveviet wili be fully explainD-d. W, Addr -s
%ill al.a' -all on anry ppr-n wbo wis- r. a
.L t, call and ,xplaim thi rrnovemrrn: rncd
S.rec-reIv you.i. *!-iV ha
MIR. MU E. I WILKER-^N.. WLite;
tatt ( OrgtL.zr-r.
;L~-: -! irn rings. a dia-
mrrj nd ttol arid .J.:; Iris *Ire-4
mat anid I'rin,-- .Xi -r. R1wdnl fir
return tv, Mrs. (;Ge' K t at
PraOcf-- IS-I. a-i i ri
W. H. Car'Lr*r,-.r Grrre-
at re, whio liaS be..r (-j.ri:.nt tf i-
1 1,me for &r.e lrime 11- rit-=.i.
;it vday. aII,;u,-,h 'L!rai
meifmd Sigiawllga Xybpbsm
Phwftc al tbb rOCdt
Eatim CbmnW 4 9ictau
TWAIT wMIII I ME TIS
Some aH-known people of city
we Oppew 4a the ag.
LMS I9U OIt! Lum!
11,-"Isr Mqttno tae. twy at S p. me..
['gman*Osminr A&M7P. M.
Thm oot P -Md
padow Somw fo
LADIES AiD GEITEt
At.rmolyn ad t-vroai g.
N ,. I.L
The hearts of the F. E. C.R'y
nployees were gladdened Monday
r tbe monthly vriit of the pay.,
George H. Munroe has returned <
*om a few days of fishing and hunt 4
ni over on Lake ApoDka. Oran) e
CHT FOR SALE-34-foot cruis-
;ism cabin; copper fastened; twin
jlly equipped for eruiing; tlec-
L.-. A bargain if taken at once 4
&-,x 97. Ormood, Fla.
nid lrs. Thos. H. White re-
Monday from Dupont. where
.i spent Sunday with TI. J.
and family. ]
Mrs. Peter Ladas and children
wh- have beeD here with Mr. Ladas
f r several days, returned to Jack-,
na ville Mcnday afternoon.
A fair and supper will be given
zi: !.e Armorv. Thursday, Feb. 18,
h v 'te iaies of the M. E. Church.
Train o,. :;I:, dIue in Daytona at
2'; a. m.. as several hours late)
MOnD ay. '%uing to some damage
tc a draw at some point on the ex-
tn.-n ion >he was reported nine
h -iJr late leaving Sebastian.
in Now YorKt.
Wednesday, Feb. 17.
Reserved Seats at Hankins'.
75c., 50c., 35C.
dsnatr IfhZ- RoomS fd ac.
It= Faxe s Rourd rTrip 2 5c.
FCo i r (vpoinw calr o ta ,ril -.
on t b
Grape Fruit and
--clar "ftbtlL--Dom ~Nl
W 1~! a *.t-nd 1,0- ''l11,P'
i P1-H. MUNROE
cm10arm I Pm SmBwm
sas S. 5W@NOO AVE.-fhayta. Fb. I
It IT-tODat METHODS,
All Prints Made on
LET IS SHOW YF.r I;,'.w
TO OBTAIN "rTHE J,KT
RESULTS F:',M Y'T-I,
EVERYTHING; FOR THL K -
DAKER AL"AY- IN -T 4-K.
WASTIE?-A '..J--a'^aT:,. !. -'. n_
boy, Pood voi.e a... ; r :--. .
to sell the DLiiv Ne-u;- .:. *'.---'- .y"
hotels, statior.- : -.. :
for a hustler.
VWI M b ami
What tIo S~M.
l-*a d r Y Motlwb Picture Ri-atiCe.
Complete Cami et Pw rif
Hlack R. Tucker,
IThe Great Biack Face Coneaian
ALL THIS WEEK.
New Pictures Daily.
The Bargeman's Child,
*' -* ..'*, --l .' ti ml %< tjinlI.jy
":: 1'. ~ ~.. ; 0'TT l?lT
SMOW EVERY ?MM3T
Admission 15 cents.
Ihjkjrs open at 7.-00 p nm.
Billiards and Pool.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
LwVCt Stock. kreast r Wd.
Cigars to please anyone
Fruits, Candies, etc.
W. I'.folriE-s .ale a businfsS',
1 r J ,-JasoksnvInri 1.e. -M dar. intend-:
ir- U return orxe Wednesdiv.
mII p e x-s e -e-.e tI.v )bejoined at I
'-:. A ~,xti.e yv 1 G >Smitb. Who
ass r, t.i V A i:,fr ah-ut twro weeks
ai*,j ALi S is ri w n iis war east wn
e. c- nrv-G. wu~h him Visit:
Silver Rwbl itpri _____
I- r --bL
AweM6 M tw ieAU MOGNO Clu
For mbp at a r8a *b"m A
.L mAL. -
otb ud a wseona the a b My ASM Ik
I g- b r rw e r m w m oem vwyOK p: wamOWM &44-
"" A MLLa aspr .s WA bw* a 4 b- V eel.
4Umeomv: ao Iw-Sla49-w- Wa
W T rI to u
--0040 rn f- C rmm~~dr V
Iabe --- -.- ---- -
wse -: tap& a. Lse ma4 6: 0b
bcsta as m mat u 7 r at.. I '-
some m04m se slo atbe pamty,
adiU dor MS C-3L onbomLClay: or
In Ormond:. b..o if
cmriig M3 dell furaibd r"~o and 3 --
bathe, Irroned by 3 acre of f ll benrmg ql
Uwe. ago-hu with all neweamry umtlm ai
fwhciag the HaiKax, is for wle on trm to a
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tut wom in.e- I g.t teim for trohi:,=
0ewi "'|. u SPECIALTIES OF THE CONR AD GROCERY COM
them. when lbroken up. with '%lacrk
coal R t ion w-ov's of boteAs and large
a-sex. a quantity is boubt to be mix,- OUR DAILY MinlT 0UOTTlO0CS:
ed with coals as fire Illbters, for the
,.; .ARMOUR'S 0T OTTIOS TlE NATIONAL BISCUIT
sbell makes Tbem tkse fire at oo,*
Try' it and U R 'S
-1 bhae rirals in the tesiness In otb- .: sae", L:
er plrts of ILaodou, and some of the r :' -. -
makeri of patent fire ligbters mix large -
quantitie of the abens lb their compe. *i .1 .1 CAKES AN
I Star Hams and Bacon :? AKESAN
Rats is. Sh i.- 7 t.. .A 1
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