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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 18, 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: VID00318
Source Institution: University of Florida
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they bured cs *. jH at do I*c a
Kem s p; tIbm tamla to dthe mSd
Sl T track the esh was divided, lpsmo
B hery i rteUiag 50,)rhieh Barton, who meed
tobe theleaderofte gang told him
If. 1was his shan. The gag thea uetarned
to Daytona and left for Jektonville
Whig allg of, Thursday.
te Sta.m p It tmtrapirps that there wee about
SpoIstoffie i $1.000 worth of aml' mt stamps moden
, PraUT i jtiUe afe hwbkh the bubrltam did aot fid
Med toJia k Tlhe.nly .wa:Mn tbey we not a tdh
John BmfI- i rfe i that t tre wu no room inmade foi
lim .ia them. This enabled the odive to me-
sume uI ine. next mouinag.
t S-mMpO I The stmof ridtg i a automobile
eMw front w a the driver was "doped," Sampson
i of Gemo ow s v. relers to amotber time. He i
mmmIj, wt.e e rositi've i I lt tatetmmt that thW
g time sen ango w.,tk.,d ti, ll.Uv HAl.
SblowiNg. Yietcrday SMinup led the officers to
n sory he the 1l1',e I,' Ininicd the tamps were
slrd "Red." platt d.." iut theyv could not be fouod
of tChe gn. 1he ,uil,:; li i"n bing that Bampeon
* not know, eitle hl,st hbd bearings or his palgot
the, first and got the stickersn.'
i wa brought I S)'psnm, knowing imprisooment for
If Detective- a on- ti me t4o be inevitable says he pre-
mpalied by f.rs the Federal prisa to the convict
ir, loarnelly 'amps, and i isisti that he is telling the
the visit be-' truth.
e the s5,000 From his tldk yesterday it miaht be
I -.'lijited" judged that le was a lackey for the gang
a poctoffice and generally did the 'blowing" when
necessary, he being well posted on
Switch liquor '"soup" a temn which yeggmen use for
relateande- high exposives. He is a high-clas
ys the four booze artist end was general mtiefied
g the fourwith whatever share of the apais Br-
' and Me's ton saw fit to give hi providedi he bClt
whisky.
r The officer* place confldene In his
r a thorough stry. prinkpally for the ream that ev-
ad surround- erytiing he told them about the jobs of
in the night. t i gang in Jackaonville had been veri-
Barton went fiid, and the story he tells about the
mobs avenue, Daytona job s all borne out with the
this time it exception of locating the stamps.
iy hburdoula Sampson says when the gang left the
he postoffi e local postoffice they each tied a handker-
It was now chief around ,ach ankle saturated with
he unknown oil of mustani, so that bounds could not
door on the follow them.
entrance. A Ihstinct serma to be a great acultv
ieh keys th:t aith this brozted, rat-like criminal and
nown lock-- he goes by landmarks almost entirely.
d to unlock He -.at#d that the gang passed a rail-
is brace and road station cm their way to hide the
stood guard loot and ti.ce officers concluding it to be
and Barton the Holly Hill station took him to that
some belated point and st rted North. The ties to
on the scene. Ormond were counted, but no results;
Yegg did h and the 30-foot rails were counted back
ade theirexir until the crsing near Mr. Clifton's
hedule time, place was reached., when Sampson quick-
and pasin ended his gait and led right to the place
wee and the where he sayt, the stamps were placed in
carrying the hiding
her his arm- There are many who boot at the idea
ear of Dunlon of Siampson's being anything of a pro-
sly narrated ess~onal in tne afec-cracking line, while
cracked the others think lie has told a straight story
money, and and is pretty clever, especially in the use
barrel. of high exploaives.
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a- moPwn as tt-iira
*aft Ile hole was tored -Coming for the 1 ene it of the
I* i expert machinist, Daytona brass band. The Maryland
I Ike lck and those who Amusement Company will exhibit
-ml mat morning mor. on the park:>ge for one week, be-
1i 1 I at. The money ginning M t,,aiiay, Feb 2. nnd end-
-Mi d ad the heavy steel ing Saturlav, Feb. 27. Six big
I orf~ quartet reunited on; shows. Fer'rs Wheel and Merry-Go-
where they continued Round. 'Tl' o free acts and, a uni-
1 1im a1 d t O then went form concer. band will furnish the
Iltmnt three-fourths of music for d:ay and night. G8-3t
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GREiT SACHEM ENTERTAINED A BANKER


VISITS DAYTONA AT CARDS. IS GUILTY.
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Great Sachem Judge W l Metcalf ,f; Mrs. W. 1. llE.ModgeIt nitcrt:ii ,et ai [a1 I'tUnited Pr.-ss.]
West Palm Beach, arrived in the city Ilarty of ladies at bridlg'-whi-t \\'We' I'TTSmU',, I'a., Feb. lS-W'. W.
Wednesday to visit A),ceola Tribe, No. day afternoon at her lnicir :1 Sou tl. amsey, former bank president. charged
21, Improved (l crI of Red Men, at l Ridgewood atveiue, iin hoor of Ier ss.- \vith bribing councilmen to secure the
their regular nieeting We Inesday night I ters, Mrs I. A. Ia:rntic of Mitlie(':tptiis. electionn of thle German National Bank
A goodly number (,f the tribe were aidl Mr's. Al. Plhdg-.tt, of 1:'airlbaull.i ,f Pittsburg, as the city depository,
present: and e'njoye.d a )lfa)sHii t and Min. Mwas today found guilty by a
profitable evening hi'h was devoted I'igllit t :ihl(-, of lhaield-o:n principally to addretet.s l,v the (Great li li<.- (otlstetcteml for thli' irii/.'s wli !Ii aniid read at the opening of the court.
Sachem and mcmber.- of tlie local tribe, i wtre won by Mrs. E T. Merrill. Mr. Councilman .1. T. Klein, to whom
A banquet added to th tie enjoyment of A. Stark, of Cincinnati, guest bf Mrs. I.. I :Iristey wvas convicted of paving $17,-
the evening and tien applications for 0. laws'n and Mrs;. Th'lhs II. \\ hit, 5)0o to secure passage of the depository
membershit)i were recti\ed iand referred the first, se to committees secured by th, ladies in tht (lr dil :,t,.Iy afterr reading the verdict against
C F. Burgiian :and \\. lLobb., of n:medl. the bmank.r.
Osceola Trib', .io% 'd tihe'i di.,tinguish- The lloral decoratit, t.i, hii \li r C
ed guest over the city, St.:.lre(,za and very beautiful, w re' fruir Juks..ac ili.mi '.
Daytona Beat ii and \ inliti v during his al dcosisted of a r'atitns a.i d g"'1. Al BRIDGE
stay here. of various s kinds.
Judge Me.tcaill left t,,.liyv li Newi -
Smyrna to vi.it tihe tiie. :t that place
and will go from th.c, to, St. Auiw.-ti MA PA
on a similar er tA. TA IST PARTY,


A TREATY.


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WASIIIN(T.;TON.. 1 1. i i. '. i ,
for its objc't a treaty e,'tw'itn t '
I'nited States, Canada arid M.\i t, ),,
elimi .innte Itit Liirbt ii v. l \%.lltl'r t ;\ -. 1 t '


EveryIbodIy ot a oII cl IIi :l-t A' t... ...... ,
Everybody got a first North Anmericlan ('i,- .t'\ati,,! i ,
night at 'ihmnanis ()pe'r. II,,' li,,li- r or Ai 1t t, t i
gan alvayvs hiocd u, t t, -'vchlog- grss t to(la in l' l:t ,.
t ie \WV 0it 1louuz,. Afie.r for ll'.:l "i,,
ical moment a;!il rclieved tht,' e'ilmiara-Ti-
i ,1\s W rrte exchatigc ing situation,. exc, pt tih i,:r i tie;,' !t srt
down upon, the glue, kc. m In 1ti tat .-j.,it
( 's iffte'etice' iilt' i t1 tli. ia; ;.I in iiTi :
stance when assistar:,c a ili I i l f liii i1 fr, tl I (-
the keg (lie "eiiibarr: -i -.tll-nti' t ate l) tl : ;i ,'',
was rather iNte,'niicl'il.
Manager Bur trnarm i.s LI\ i;'_ :i I- i:te imi
of good perfor:ni:rinces :it '. \\'lIml,,IIl Will Beer (jo p?
and merits a full hiio ;:i \ r:' r t ly I' t' i', .,
Sforman 'e. .1 ". Fl(tel, 1 M -. \\.
Sl.cmnip wis granted a d(iivarc( lrrii i,
lnr..w r ht l, l husband atil i Jive'On i ;O :
Valentine D)ancc. ,niy yearly and tri,' t ii,,t'miv f til' .,
tA V. .i'nstine dance %%:- x n, m t". 'j !, amtl' TIe, f, he, r ii\a..n T. r:;i>,-
S t M a r v s ; ( u i al l !i .1 1 U I oqi el f ^ i r i nal v m u 'n c t a. a f i j; '' m '. m x .
nue, lFridaiv cv i i']< t .- --;>'io;- f( r


Mr..-. A. Foster gave a whist patty
:,(lI licli'hon 'Tue'sday afternoon at her
I,; dutifull lidigewood home, in honor of
I1c.r guest Mrs. Wilmont, of Cleveland,
S.alul Mrs Barnes of Minueap idis.
Al,,lit thlirty ladies we're present andr
I ,ji)y,.l a pi' a-ant rivalry for the prizes
at i iiv,' \ iit. whichI re'sulte.dl in Mrs
A. llllrtmIl s(ct'tiring first :and Mrs E. '1'.
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Did Samps
men operate
This is a hlues
firmative an:
of J. W. 8hie
and several
diamonds ane
picious chari
they answer
Sampson and
Sheriff E.
city marshal,
telephone cc
from DeLand
Fiays the th
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crookse uppie
postoffice fafe


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NARY- HEALING


LOOKS BAD FOR AYTiIAIR.


AMPSON'S


ANG ROB


o. SHIELDS


Bound Over To The

Higher Court.

Rumors Of Tl UI-Tmtmm Of
A Ward Resadt In Hi
StmArrest.

Fur some time it ha. been nrmord


his Same Bunch Opera- that A. E. Mason, an old resident t d
m section and now living a short dilears
re Last Winter, (et-
)Utthwest of the city, was oe tM-il-
ng Sparklers. of ill-treating a little orphan girl ho
lias been a member of his family aor sv-
era TO years.
WER TO DESCRIPTIONS Numerous compllats wee haIA


on and his gang of yegg
in Daytona lnst winter?
stion that may have an af-
swer. After the nstidence
Ids was entered last season,
thousand dollars' worth of
d jewelry sto'ln, three sus-
acter- were arite:teel, and
the description of iBarton.
I "led."
L. Smith, whlo was- then
made the arrest, and in a
onveroation over the line
I this morning Sheriff Smith
iree arrested last winter
description of the three
)sed to have cracked the
r last week. One had one


with Justice H. T. Titus which mead
hihn to issue a warrant for Mr. ama's
arrest on the charge of mmsult Ad bat-
tery. and he was brought before Jos
Tit us Wednesday morning.
Judge J. Lee McCrory, of the Probate
Court, was Dresent to bear the testi-
mony, which was so strong a Wint Mama
son that Justice Titus at one turned
the little girl over to Judge MeCrory to
be plae9l in some orphanage &od bo-d
Mason over in $100 bond to appear at
the next term of the Criminal Court.
The v witnesses were loath to testify into
the case, but a thorough examinatlam
developed the fact that the little gir
had been brutally whipped and other-
wise cruelly abused.
The girl, Marion Louise Crawford, is
only 13 years of age sad has been with


hand off, one I ad a very red face, and the Masons for about five year 8e
ithe third answers the description of "appears to be a bright, sunny dispoal-
Sampson to a dot. Barton, chief of the tioned girl and could not hide hr d-
yeggman gang, has but one hand. light at being taken frum Masom'a con.
When the arrest was made lavt winter tr. McCrory rturn
the authorities had no direct evidence, Judge McCrory retain to Md
i and the trio was discharged aud told to an o will place her M te.
move on. Ex-Shlriff Turner was here worth hLeague Inn, at Eterrn the ilp-
"at the time. and bIars out Shriff worth League nn, at Enterpr
smith's dsritii ible, or atArcadia.
Smith's description of th three Mr No blame attaches to Mrs. Mason be-
Shields and James L.i\ingston, t1ie ul,-
crintendent of his orange groves, also yond that of allowing the alleged abu e
m to go on without complaint.
corroborate the descriptions.
e Mr Masonu denies cruelty in his treat-
At thev time of the arrest last % inter ment of the little girl and claims be was
the gang were taking their meals at a only admini-tering proper correction for
negro restaurant in Mi~dway, and pr-' breeches of discipline, and in the forth-
tended to be selling article's of (lifferent coming trial of the case the further tes-
a kinds from hour to hIoue,,. J 1R timnony that will be offered, and the fact
Turnei, who was thenin Shiriff, ihad ii that it will go more into detail, may
long talk with the bunch, and came to place Mr. Mason in a better light than
the conclusion that they we.vr proefe'.- I.,l,.s this preliminary hearing.
sional crooks, but having neo evidence
told them to leave the .county w-itholcut
delay. The authorities filt qliite' ('er- Miss Crosby Leads.
lain at the time that the three knew ie of the most successful "fisher-
something of t)he Shields roiacbrv. lit nen" n e.-terday was Miss Laura Crosby,
thl' evidence was lacking. w:vh, ,'aught the finest string of the many
Barton and Sanipson \wtre not s nt t ,,n ('Central bridge. She could get but
tie Milligeville l'risoen Farir until -wime threr shrimp, but she made them go a
time last suirimer, so, thl.y clrHt Ii.t\e l,,ng way,. and made a catch of which
been in I)aytona la':t writer. any one might be proud. Senator Wash-
burri, Rev. Danai Sherrell, Messrs. Wm.
Farmer and Crosby were down the river
Speedy, tnhe xt ui.ii clivir, 1,ll bre and aught some nice seepshead.
here all next week iitli thrlie ('arni-
val. Colme (,lit anll SIet .iii live, it
is free and for the Il.i-elt if thle Packard, the Cartoonist, Feb.
Dlaytona brass barl. _,3-;;t 23d.


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PIlenty of Amusements Now.
i'.LN ttl.a -I 'Cii- to, be, getting exactlyy
v. li.tit It i:i.- nIdeede this week, a great
i l I n ore. excitemen t and ad musemrnents.
At tm,' '(;:atoir T'he'atre' Mark Tucker,
a -Ia ir:',t ter, i- pleasing good houses, in
ail lit in to the program of moving pic'-
tur<, and illustrated songs
At thel ('rvytal fTheatre the' b est pro-
grain r"f tlir' '-asoln is being presented to
fi;li l,.u's niighitly. Besides the regulh r
pr!-'gran : n ,f ni .o\imii pictures the vaude-
x\ illI .rn'iramn i till best of t le season.
Mll(. I),li)]rts ilel;s.es in a musical alt,
*i,! ( 'I l;, m I' -ti, ha.i ina iehl a t sd e ii d i i


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'Vote As It Stood Saturday Evening
IN ThE BUSH & AFFORD PIANO CONTEST.


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i and Cbildren's Educator SHOES.


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Homelike and ComTortah!e.
DiMretly on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.
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EIO and Jam smth Swi fMiN&Y
ir a visit to EHamwa CuiL.They.';
wii also make o p atMiuami ad
Palm Be" on the rex trip.
0For good m4 aad wo far-
nible-i ro ac t a nt blP ram
g- the iestn. F-um am .

A lezzer recently n ed at this.
t~fi --*frc~m Mim Olive fR Gariaa:


SN'w York Cur. filasm that her
H'zcire SMrs 4. MI. Garland, is
mr.,L i m pr-.1Ted in be*lh and able
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ier. T. N P#Dy1l. L L D.. super-
ij~ec~nt e rhueomy~ District.
Piuurt tx Cmf~ereI. wbo, WritL
Mrs Bovie. is a guest of Mm Sarah
B. C.a~ran at the Sebring rmi-
&n.:*, -. n *utb Ridgrewod vemuee.
is Av Grand CLaplain of the Graad
CjrMrAn4ry cf PenWylvn. ilt Wi1
izrtrert Maws bere to know. Dr
B~.t delrered a serwim at the
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Her The Modem Hee is where world's records for speed
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&vnW=Athe o biggest, the fastest and the- s NEWS OFTU ITH O Ti
*en','oWluers nfinestAmr on daily Paraeandthe big
B _N. we :r_ ... 3. OMOM' t3l. ad w ta. 2 show is as free as the pure artesian Q u MR. FRED MAUHS, of m
1 N* K^ x t- a ^ j. -water from the thousand flowing wells ha arrived with his corps of asit
Oneof Daytona. crowning gloriesis It is a cotinuous show with constantly Th pri- oerge don Bath Department to the public.
erincomparable beach. No one who iing cene. You will probably catch
--------- ---SSSZIIi Overamt foot upon its nooth, packed the spirit and when you do the roads Among the new guests to come to the 4 Rusian Baths, Turkish B4
K i Al,- IT A 9V^ ^, A Vm m ll ;inds; no one who ever pedaled a bi- and the beach are yours. The Florida Prince George on Wednesday were: Mr. PineNeedleBaths,
A m n I I ede over its expanse; no one who ever sunshine is free, the baly ocean and Mrs. F. M. Pratt, Toronto, Canada;
cydleoverSteam Mass
BV- I N N I drove a prancing pair of horses and list- breeseR are free, the birds and squirrelh H. H. Rich, F. R. Puncd, Rochester,l '
,* ] fened to the popping of their steel shoes and flowers are free, the sparkling N. Y.; N. Barsaloux and wife, Miss G a or b t er ige.
iM a Alot Beautiful Spot on the Halifax River. upo it pltum-like face; no one and you wll have Grace E. Barsaloux, Chicago; Mrs. J.I rs. The only place south of Washi
E n ~J M J = < r .rt r .who ever steered a high-power automo to go down in your wallet only for coin Seward, Somerset, Ky.; W. L. Roddey may be obtained.
JOHN J. M JeRE, Propr-ietor. broad street of wave- 'or the auto and bed and board. and wife Rockhill, S. C.; D. H.f Hope :ionm
IN VITE INSPECTION. Room Singkl or En Suite with washed Rnd surf-packed saud but real- This is no fanciful picture; it's all well, H. Waite, Boston, Mas-s.
b.Ad No better in Florida. Table of the best of everything ized that it is a world.bebter, a world- here. It is drawing other thousands
h Tm aa reasonable as the service 'ill permit, given on wonder. Go stand upon this wide and h, ding them enthralled, it will L 'T, 1i% N- ,
-- a Ocnneio ispnoeedway and see the happy souls flit chari and hold you. Come. and see. Schmidt 's Hotel. j U i" I li I-
M tinGARAGE in connection with thb< hotel. Storage by in joyous mood, and answer whether The following guests arrived at! I 1 L4L 1^1L
oir ak. Special arrangements will I.e made with guet thisis not one of the seven modern Schmidt's Hotel on Wednesday: S. J., Daytona F<
85)8(15 wonders. i 1A St Anderson, Win. T. Knox, W. Allenum, i a
.....------...-. Te Pdd. Peducl aeRivr. r New York; J. G. Gunter, Atlanta; E E. I NOW Open for Sea
----- --*- --******* Where think you is water with more 0 1y 10 L J S Adams and wife, Leamington. Canada;
.....______------, ------- __ picturesque surroundings? Nearly a 9 Mr. and Mrs. V. Newberger, Miss Kath-1 L.M. WAITE, OwneI
OOO;.-- *=:.. ********: *. ********I. mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta- I Ko ak0SK S op.==== erine Krung, Brooklyn; Mrs Katherine
Th *| THe ?ilnneapolis ~ion, artistic cottages with roomy ve- 0 a Voltz, Richmond Hill, N. Y.; H. T. i Greatly Enlarged since last season. C
0 We are not Portrait Artists, nor Geo resooNCJCCa
Bi mOi BrdVeu~mhsd. t SkeTwms. randa's looking out upon her bosom, We are not Portrait Artists, nor Gregory, Greensboro, N. C.; J. C. Craw- Broad Piazzason all Sides. Roon
RATIES $a. be.to S. piEDAY. gamey food fishes in countless numbers are we Art Dealers but 10 years 0 ford and wife, 1). B. Cahoon, Jackson-'O
B"' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i B le T< P'tDV gaey ifodfishe in cp countless numbersd of clos atenio ... the,.. KOAK vi.it wnr .rr&B S -^ gaefo ..he in "onl "ubr 'r we Arter Delr 0yas fodadwfDGaon ako-*^odern tonvenience.
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!!14 2 ".-vl e>ith tt. Pho. 4 beckoning, as it were, to those with rod of close attention to the KOr"DA'K-. usih Eevlle. r
I J P SAWTMLLE Po-p ..A. .. and reel; her bosom flecked with duck eeds a won r us th Humn.r Adr-.: ATIANTIn lihawr, N
.S.? ,*,4........... and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, enviable nreputation of being ---
g! 5 .| which sit about as if for the sport of 0 O lIl lI The RidIewood.
"- l fl ll ._ h F o r C o m o r t b o b b in g u p o n h e r w a v e s ; w a tc h t h a t FlS E T h e n e w a r r i v a l s o n W e d ne0d y a t 4 a a AA A A A A t AaaaA A-A* ~ *t* A
- J^ .t ^ .^ The new arrivals on Wednesday at the
Si-For Pleaure, lubberly old white headed p lican po 0 Anyone desiring good work and Ridgewood were: V. F. McNeill, Willis i rontn" i tl.
SFor a Rea, a fat mullet,=and that fish hawk t .-g- strict attention paid to -their or- b. Ne H av Conn.; Mr. and aa h iv,.t
O; i]I ---.4TIY ging pwar withhis louneringloadn "). Isbenne, New Haven, Conn.; Mr. aa,
TRy glirg upward with his floundering load 0 ders for Developing and Printing, nce Mr. and Mrs, C.
*.. --O ffl -l^^ -*.f& i* he snatched from the water. will get itat LESESNE'S KODAK Mrs, C G.dorr. ne. Mr. and Mrs,.
Y 21 ~ ~D Lue n.i l ath eutfllaucespc n n..." \enral, (amdhen, N. Y.; Mr. and Ms t I 1
See the beautiful launches, spick and a PLACE, the only shop in town P.
Ho |setblm wi-- span, their hampers and lockers bulging a that makes the Kodak Work a u ,r ." c c and r.n drr Cn i i a tN
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*] i PrP 'tor." then Qmobm.= of with refreshments both solid an liquid Specialty.. Mrs. J. M. Vanderberry, C
a Mode-" Up-ttene d. a berry, N. J.; Miss Mary Mier Pow
: ... M w 1.Ot~o IImp surea ready for a cruise upon her beautiful : All work finishedin4ors, : boher teryNcJ.; Miss Mary Miller Powers, 4t F i -epn rbuf
S iACCOMOA suc Takeoutyorfed aA work finished in u 24 hours- 12 Roch--.terN. V.; Mrs. Bi Mrse D.
__ special by-sur-faceTake out your-field-glass andnecessary.necssary
fe ^. ,~ hour if ecesary.- ......... ^udD U ICe l ^C^ M^VS MT C
0 a Talmadge, Soutnville, N. Y.; Mnr.an t......... .
sweep the river from Ormoud bridge to T Mr n 0 o/uNkY SCHMT & SC
en say10f !Mrs. Thomi\as White, Coshocton, Pa.; T.
40 English, SMissMayEgih il
H[lil) te t Redlrt 441._1_._ r ._m__ D ___L 99 whether the Halifax isn't a thing of E 1r1 I Mary English, Philael- DAYTNA. n,
1 im heWOe Ilotel Palm Deatc tigol LL L IL pha, Pa.; Mrs. M. Van IlarsenMiss
-Ii Wom beauty and a joy forever, and one of a it ddlq|l .Vnlasn is
RwLelin Starr. Miss Richards, Mt. Verd
W v odtt .(;r: i ,ti. Adjoins. Farou "Poln- the modern wonders Eastman Kodak Dealer, ;Beard, N. F. H. Camp -
l attyouri-it[-t4i i-,- K, pltndrofo Frutt andio w- T. P.;.R ichardseon; F.H.onCe iaabl.
Onlyafew hour- fTt ir 4 It rlp nor .ttthnteom The etinly Picturesque Ridgewood Be..ch treSt. nr.reet, Avl'.. A bell and wife, St. Paul, Minn Mrs. A. ; Mn, ^, M
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of 0 0
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of DAYTONA, FLORIDA. A. .1. Lane. Philadelphia; I. G. McLar-
*1OIOOIOI4OIOI1O OOIIOOIO a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, 0 rn. Miss A., Miss H. and Miss Agnes l*O
OOOOOOOOO---- and the wide-spreading branches of the -n MeLarren, Eastwort, Me; Mr. and Mrs. T Rf
St. Augustine, heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their George 1). Past, New Haven, Conn; Mr.
SFlorida. giant arms across this magnificent vista, O and Mrs. (;orge 1. Bachelor, Mr. and
S i e A forming an arch, and from these extend- 0 Mrs.\%'VW. C. Parker Bedford, hass.
Family Hotel. All Modern Improvements. U d a ge fso o Spai moss E. D. LANGWORT I
Nted arms great festoons om Spanish moss Frank liunde, Rhineback, N.YV.
o Pvt e Bh&.M1 Accmmodations for 300 Guests sway as the trade winds from tropic seas Po ____ .
-,11.ARD PER DA t t. Write for llus. fan them. Lookingstraight ahead down hou, is al iiii! TeitDet'p on
aped emy mAC>O T tU.. Ur.t, this white shell street, one has the im- in The Det anii most healthful int in t
*--- -- -M--- -- OWI ..I*---Orwirt O pression of a fairy path with elfi.h dra- very tastefell sl ofotav
------- peries, but as you move along and cast hi. sts of I)espland enjoyed a T v (.tal
an eye first to the right and then to the -- 'fichn. Iparty last evening, enough of the resc. li' tals re
Ni1i~es: s taking part to fill eleven tabls.,a(1nti'fr t.wijeigrwn
0 left you see distinguished cottage homes The afternoon train fr.,, ti prt t fill eleven tables, and natie frits ih in
at'he I ,ne hand prize was won by the table.
U in the most delightful settings. south \i ednesdayv Irouglit lnira- Tll on i
Kinc~d~iy 1 ou~tirMr-.i J 11. Downing, of Sliddl.eoort, OW P
Surpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes. passengers for Daytotna. 1 1.11r tIi 1. of Mddl.oort, 0. NOW OP
-lln' loir-t .li,. hv Mrs. Andrew (or-
No one of Daytona's attractions, per largest number fr, in (hvi tile coast (di,, of lHizardville, Conn., and the sec-
g-~~ ihaps commands more nearly universal points ofI any lne ius ,'IMv h is h.- rs Cirles A. Strbe
^S^U SOS-IIO*OIOIOIOI*eiOIOIO**OIO.U OIOO attention and praise than does the artis- year -,m Cininnlati.Tl (hrsA. get'rieb,,
iL tic cottage. The owners of these charm- '' as ,rn b."y Mi.s Alice Thorpe, of Cin-
.. -ing villas h-il from every corner of the :iresh Michelin tires, ad lir 11.tsts, lia,%ho acted as agentletan, a
Ope..d.JumeI~ II"' Co. ~absb Me.* Jacson Bwl. a the rchiteture f on.sectin ofahe'ted Fes aw gentlesatanh, ITnd
TE PINSJ TH[ WELIIINGTON NOTEL ;country and they bring their own archi- 110seconds. Fo'r sale at the A\tlanti ti,. cond gent s' y 'Charles A. Strebel,
OTEL PERKINS TE WELLIN N HOTL textural plans and build upon themand Motor ('ar ('o. and (entrail(;arat. ,,f ('ii,,,,ti, O.
mA W s Co. Wbh Ave. Jk s. ar the architecture of one section of th tf h,. arrivals at The Despland n hard & o oyd,
CHICAGO country differs fro.n the architecture of.! \\.'l,.d,l.av were: E. W'. Pond New ,
;:-^'m. O O another so do our hoies differ in out-. ()NE I )AY' ( >NI. k: Mrs. i,. i*.Leonard, Watertown, l, )A V ( >NA,
0,isr.e Rae. adapaac n tutrlbat Ir.[ 1 lersn 6Jd4g O P
.from one another. There are nornonoto-] ;'rOW otP hd; r. .lEw
- nous rows of strikingly similar buildings F R D A itrkY 19th i ev Nb. ; Mrs. (;. l. McCor- 11I.1l1 k[lSIlll.Ii .\\)
Bp^ P ^but the eye, as it sweeps I)y, is treated. F iI t, 'i arid utnaid, 1 Sinomini "1!11: ,,
to a kaleidoscopic change wvhichi keeps' FEBRUARY--- 0U "'..;\\ (' Ker' n datughter, and1tea eat 'in'
I the mind wondering "WVhat next."' NMi-s (.Ma Peters nd dau(hternteam."eatrin E
Stet n a mnsteMotadBs.'U l. ('lark, Ne'enah. \'is.; Mr. and Mlrs.~ ~ NAALLTA li Il.-
Streets sd Paveents theMost ln Best. VIMfi L TIJCLIEIDq'~ II. 1". T\recw (a'n ohn.: E. 1' SAM\.G'M'NL".S"tllIl.
Why the Architect (,f the Iniverse hiI, n It a ,td wife', Syracuse, N. "., G'. !I1. _. 0@4-__.;_-_. '___
|chose to givec to Daytona the most ad- \'1,t, chury arid daughter, St. J,,iims. N. ______________________0__--. .
nd mrahle, the most picture'sq ue natural Bif CIY ; 1t. tl. Wright and wife, Si,,ux ('its"TE B
setting of all the cities (Cf the' South is li.;: .II". ('e ,x, lHartford, C'onn.; Mrs.
"not revealed but that such is a fact A i 1. ls-cr..Mi~s i,.i.i;r E
i ~~~must be apparent to the most sutperficial i.t,>, \ .t ('l:tr,,ncee liar.,- J kC,,l- I
,, le,,,.iC.'d at ii o.t of observer. W~itht such lavi.-h wealth of w i D ~ ~ ll i' ________ t 'Modern and Firs t dla%% io"rn% cn s
c,,g a a natural beauty" it beccame an easy thing 5 iIrnf Entire \V hite Ser i~e. No


b M of the Blusners and for the hand of man to give the lIttle .. A. H & E.
Ik-t RoomsS with bo l d Wand Cold Ru Water ad. Lng fining touches whie h hay brought "l,,.l In Great Luck.e C r, .' OO .
ad ingle. oal andd isi..tance 'P s Ines i e ass. finishing touches Roicms. _averouhtI_________
l po ea In evrv rtomn. 'I ... -I with >lh i out the colors and outlines of lthie big I:il ,, 'r:ttl..wt."l sild' Mtr. iE-aslgo. "I
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ODi Uat a orkllnerrc lUl t. i,..-i', orpwards picture. S h r- "t *:iy th,,v :Lrt, ",,re uccsful e .%s****e*****
up. p Cm P olm. FtslI. StM.' ae i,, c i i.,-t i unl<. Itling I-nc dis all t hi 1t, t ing out.
m h. O.I ondel .c, ,r-. 4 r fnou. I | Man dr tin Hie ayrng Out f t iri Ikl ir Iarg e p TH E STILl
ism I N f.1 r K.'rvt' a d IML MO ^PrMorF e McClintock & Bayfield, Props parkage, the entire city becomes a ,, ,t t nythn like TOO I) D
great p k'great -Prk- l -lali. IT.:l l ,i,--k r,.,m
And as for pavments, pa ents. A CONVNTION t AMUSM N BTS. u "'lt s"i" 'ye Jcu were successful '" odarn impn, h nlints. \\hit,- Hli
--- _- __ that look and act like graniite',--wh-re,.A "CONY ION O AiIT 'i.'atiVy successful. IDurlng Ter W
o- r -0--*o*c els- between th,. eict..rn anl( we.terni :innth I Iha e loaned money to $2.() and upward.
Ht^^ n -^ AY ri tl sea? are so manv miles in proportion to !'' fricrils. indl only three of them TABLE BOA
A T ILL I inhabitant? Till som unheard-of iKiig & Tu(k.r's Sl,, '.-:, ; h:-vr ,:ult sLI place report itmore rand tettcr. 1 ay ton a (', ',,lidtt inc, cnn ai tit ti T o t I, ,
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uir th aitC oldi Wognnderful,t Ntv,%.e :tiri 'Trilli:_iit ti, The Editor's Sally.
___ ai s ? Squirrels. FIoers., Birds and -ruits.d ,f Wh.. .. .at.do.ytu n eaun .. I A F
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SPECIALTIES OF THE CONRAD GROCERY COMPANY

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