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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 27, 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: VID00327
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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DAITOKA. FLORIDA. SATURDAY. riwUARY 27, 1909


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Telopbous a 221 MAGNOLIA AVENUE


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r.~Right Goods atr a
Right Prices, TM eUtAr
[ Let M. as Yew %e Salt Wat Pal"
L. H. ROWE & CO. We IL


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DeLmad Detegatlm a Target For
The Local Elks, But Stood
The Test.


i I STINE VISITED TmIT


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4= IMyar tide I theU The three distinguished young citizens
br alifax Jour- of DeLand, Cary Landis. Bert Fish
oiM- g ives reason and A. 0. Bottd, who were "run in"-
4mMg be spanned by by the Elks-and attached to the local
Mf. f'dwing are herd were shown one of the times of
m- of biiBarticle-their lives lot night, but they were
"mWa gret public goodmetal and went through in fine
0;."a g as- well pay Ishape. After the work of indueting the
6 sr1t or ride- candidmt's. which took til 11 o'clock.
i -pway for the by wlii i ,1 i.-r the trio from Volusia's
vdt I-rbridge ca&Ji,'.,l 1:7,.; CI ti. : ;:Il that was coming
of poblie pride to ti,.' .i in tL,.d i (ac, everybody was
gw city reAtdv i. :
Ii te city as Ioth- A i.l :.i.i r r .' tad been spread
iand : :l v I i did full justice.
|.Aini.fit dv-ntce toiThis p"i o Uthe pgram proved morn
BIilIM h Ie, as it would to th, h king of the candidates than did
|tI- fi ter-omamuni- 'the pw ,,,ing work
Son both ies .. .L .


S ead to a greater
ha hbaM elustered
s Lad it to their
l eme municipal gov-

Ih ies are unsightly
e frequently out of

Shww mad. They are a
if -- MMity, and will
hemoI M they exist.
Wim -aip be of concrete.
Iam I 1mmhlt; it moid
4 0.rm,- it would
lift --I m Irdway, with

0a benide egineer.
io i, -ent eaumtrucetion of
|M ft sw- YvCe a the
|r1-fitd has formulated
*i adl-wa eaoacrete bridge
ir,. ft wide with over-
id blt on tasteful
Sconstructed for
t^ de -ballow portions of
bP O- in ad riprapped,
mI hd, and the draw
al mt -d made to turn
e eor pier. The river
Sis about 3,000 feet
Wl --d feet of this can be
i"-. leaving about 1 000


as to-w on the east and
l W liver are the most in-
'-~'k teow on the east
OI fIm off from the railway
5* r pay toll to the bridge
Vj, mn strictly speaking,
1) t--ri-y, as then seems
;a I L isM it. On thatac-
kip an badly handicapped.
IM t leir only relief It is
WS'lW wtth a free bridge tlie
C the t aide of the rive-r
i.-bt the next five years
1d ekty bonds can be is-sued,
IM atveitnent it would be

E thi, take a period of
auM l length ,of time
bad run, and consider


t4 F o u r t h P t i w


I ne young iodge win enjoy te( ula-
tinction, this evening, of entertaining
two Elks high up in Elk officialdom.
The visitors are (rimd Exalted Ruler
R.I.. Holland, Denver Colo.. and Grand
Exalted Secretary Fred C. Robinson,
l)ubuque. Iowa.
The pair of exalted Elks reached town
this afternoon, and are being shown the
town and outlying districts by the local
herd.


This evening at 7:30 o'clock an im-
portant meeting is to be held and all
Elks, including all visiting Elks in the
city, are requested to be present.
Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock sharp
the Elks will be taken in band by Com-
modore C (G Burgoye. He has invited
a party to make a run down the Halifax
in his private yacht, the "Sweetheart,"
and those who have had the pleasure of
a similar outing know what pleasure
awaits the party. The crisp, fresh, salt
air, blowing ovzr the blue waters of the
lHalifax, trade wind4 wafted from spicy
islands whets one's appetite just right
for thje delightful luncheon the Commo-
dore has stored away in the "Sweet-
heart hampers; well browned cro-
qluettes. chicken pitau piping hot, a
fruity pudding which makes you smile
to look upon it. steaming coffee of pleas-
ing aroma, a mnild brew on ice-this,
and more of the same sort.
The visitors will be shown a good
time, and the best town that ever hap-
pened.


DRAGNET FOR


BLACK HAND.


By I'tlUt'd Prt-s..
NEWV YORK. F,.,. 27.-The policeI
drag-net is out for lack Hand inem-
bivrs as a result of Ithie arrest in Brook-
lyn, last tiigiht of tw.o Itiiliurs hlio of-
f(rid na lrile -,f $5,000 to detectives to
lit:eate tw.o Itulian- arre-ted last week
for ttIe robbery of a girl agent of an ele-


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SRUNIN


TED. LAST NH


-Triuas in New York Press.


QUALIFYING


FOR OFFICE.

i n|Lv i'itt,. CHICACO, Feb. 27 -Franklin M!e-
Veigh. the prospective Secretary of the
;Treqsury, today sold stocks which li'
hlas owned for .35 years in the tirrii f
MacVeigh A& Co. and retired. This u'-
lion was taken ccrco1llIt ,If :111 lId
statute which forbidls tlhi Secrlt ary ,,f
iie T'reasury being ig iia ill(': inittri'>tc'.l
in trade or commerce.
J. M Dickinson, tlih, New S.-crc tary ,f
\ W ar.. will resign II 'E r c.ral cntlrlis'l (if
the II inois ('cntrail anilwaiv.



$25,000 FIRE


IN CHICAGO.


I' ii*it I 'rt ,'- .
CHICAGt), l- eb. 27. -A \ 2. Oui firt,.
this morning destroyed lo u It-ttrrie
Plant at the 1 'ii,,n Stil k Yuar -.I 1 ire-
men saved tih- egg xHar.-ll,-', ;anI]l .-out-
ing house. A score of ,f r-'lr- \tii VweIe
in the plant escup(ld.


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Vote As It Stood Wednesday Evening
I THE BUSH & AFFORD PIANO CONTEST.


6 1.556,810
J j137.565
818,750


ON STAND.


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SNASilVI I.I.I':. 1,- .1 7-I'L1 .'' *
room waS erod.d ,..-iv .it L i'. ;r-
Shart) trial, it beini ,';',. '-ti tPilt ( ,,v-


AUTO HITS


PALMETTO.


NEW BOAT


POPULAR.


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gr(T:Itly oio the inw!('u I the(sdey:v4-4 A
other 4)4clirreil lidlrlV riiriiiiig I,; fil-wit
(If the Rlidfaei'od ho~tcel.Thto-it j'l ,ii
Ridgewood seemris to be hoodoed fi 'i
was in almost the siiaii spot tli:Lt titi(
Smuallwood boy was run dttw!1 Thurzday
On Friday morning Carl sp wk '%%L
driving south (in Iidgcwol ini the :c:
owned byv E. L. Shear, of thie m ):uvt'-.;a
,;team I auno ity Thei mia''li me 'x a a
Vniomi, and n rot the rr'guii Iir livery (:ir
W\hetn ti a i (ti t tI atly ini front. '( I:,
Rid(gewv(ood tile muaeiirw 'struck :I:t p;Il of
.ie-hes wan tI I(':Lil' *li !:IItel -
nitig full 5)t-d I irit iI a lulini lt.I tit
MT Sp:Luk 'a-, tl hwt I :ird v.i- 11''!
even thtil ri out, r'tltii: l I' A!A-
bcdf 1 twi int ti' ,S4
A fter I- \e vt- ra I u I, I,, ri' WI.
pullttie I ii:,'hi ne :i iv it I.'l-l. i
(1loJp iel 'ed ic r 'a jil :III :t\, :irid -x
tile 1Daytona Auito *l'~A- it I; c.
1r:Lmi,_ uI'I'IIUQucf-r i
bie dIUlicI hthe'If. i ~.* !
ca- ar :udid-% III he' I 't -: tLlI


Illinois IDav.

ft'.' Ire "il d :IIItil- J(I: U.
W. rt ti i liv I tuI I r 'I Iat.
I de I i t d t tielt- IaIrt i r. o~--

I itin :tilajlate. cup~, kLwfe.'.f-riI 1 1

.1 trit- aft 0 111 ra0 'a I if- iv
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bI1 Oi 'h*wk atll z-:tsre and1 well i'ld ever.
'W(IIHO~'vrl4 to ihave 'eIije)Yp'tl te 'a~tvi
t :Irip l .r :from ni vtoria to Palln Beaclh
4101 thi-rt' :iro'tiiaiy Hotel Pain; Beach
Mn'.iii ret urn (in1 thle bot.e
I -i I' :L r q" r11(1,Itl-r:te-rate hotel ilS (
ii o:I Ilk-k, and )izifortaible that I)aytoria
) ~ippllz- e-' ltomt,,ehehappy staying here
.i.1idnrv Nlai14)(-k, thle owner of the hotel
g~\I' : 1 z-iiie l :dinnie'r at tih e PaIm roorns
I :,-t rit,.:itmiid a tLitnic' litii up an en-


FINISHING


QUAKE JOB.


\ 1. 1 1. c, 1 ,. 2; -- A %vilentt earth-
,. i r- :irt ''.l to(iavy at I'Ailni, ('alm-
: !,..\ ::ll- \\lii h re iuiined staund-
:* .: tii, |ii,:tke of D)ec. 23, when
,, 1 p! i-i'! \,~ i w're killed, w-re today
[-..,iI., 11 \ iI. \ ,i fataliti.-' Har. rep),rted.



'[HE CAPTAIN


WAS JARRED.


BIG WRAN6LE


UP IN


TENNESSEE.

rhirtecn Senators Side-Step a
Measure Which Looks Like


NEWS SERVICE


TOBE


TELEPHONED.


American Telegraph and Tele-
phone Co. Making a Test of


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Touched at I)aytona.
Tlhe va(cht'lit l(mi rch, iie prolperty3' of
hitniry II. Muniro, of the L.:irchl-lirit
achCl ub, New ork toiuichi(I at
ID)uylOnua Friday fi~r sull ilie-s on l1r
A'atv to Nliw':i, 'a ith l ii!r iT:haI
HI'i Mn a(Itrch %%'a hIii! T %% i T hI-Ai-f
-i iter inij: tIi c e1-0oT.I N-;(I A 1: t 'A.,
C4 ) 1] t) l jIl',t to, l I t t f r t '- t t.


-iw was bro)ughit fr"!ii i ."I A itii-r
i pilot from tti.t city, Nio ':-'
.'Vledvd at tillis plic'. Iv L-ei,,i \'.,i'li,
will pil4t lier du'.v tin tiit ,.i-L.


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Episcopal Churches.
Sr. Malry's 1) tvtona-Service and ts, re
..r: 11 a. ni. E.eniing payer and aer-
P :1 7 ;0 p. m.
'1 i;-rr, will bh special music at t .e ev, o
i r, .-'.vice, Mr. McCord will sing the
1 l.rtorv solo.
i;r:tc' (:lilrch. l'ort Orange-L-venir g
;,ie,-r atid sermon 2 p). m.
irac<- (Church, New Smnyrna.-Ever-
i:i. linrtver and sermon 4 p. rin.
M\r. \Vhil<.r will pr ie'ii ;it all 5ervici-.
Xil s. ts ire free. Everyone welcome.


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Unlucky Move. Giving News by'Phose.

ARE PLAYING SHREWD POLITICS. ATTACHED DAILY NEWS SANTN I

i Rv Ui't.edi Pr,..,.i Today the Daily News office is being
NASH VII.LE, Feb. 27.-Se:rgva:ent fitted up with a desk telephone, ear at-
it-Arms and deputies who were sent to tachments same as central telephone
arrest thirteen members of thle State operators wear, special wire loops and
4e-nate, who left tile city last night in other equipment necessary for receiving
,)rder to break the iquorumn and thus kill long-distance news messages.
the reform election legislation. Thi. Heretofore, since the invention of the
was expected to result in dir.'et plimia- telegraph press service has generally
ries and overthri,w the P'attersoni, na been transmitted by telegraph exclu-
chine which is now controlling i the I)Dm- lively, but with the improvements of
erraticc party. the telephone system it is now thought
The arrest of two ,on sihlt raised the that the telephone will displace the for-
'lopes of the advocates cf the bill Nbut mer.
former Governor Cox today :atnnonmiced The experiment demonstrations come
that he had the resignation of eacih ,of through the local telephone office, and
the departed members andl that :as fast the test will be made for several consec-
as they are brouglit back hu will tile utive days.
their resignation i Monday's Daily News will probably
This looks like the which carrie's tini tion cnomni.s.sioners lilahei Is. i i-i. atford an opportunity to test the new
-system and compare its practicability
i ith that of the present one.

LECTURE ON phone system if brought into general
1usc\ will last before a better thing will
BIRD IFE ippilant it. "The world do move."
RAN EDITOR

I'rof. Herbert 'K. Jo, of N.w York.DITOR
will deliver a lecture on bird life, und,.e i
the auspices of the alrmetto ('10b. ne\ixI
Tuesday afternoon, Marci2i 2 itt the clu PLAYS BALL
rooms on Orange aven'tie-. lProf. .1i,,i-
a noted ornitholo'gi.-t ariil ,:s -IPint
many years in the stuly of hbirl.- ill tht-ir 1',. 1 t. Pierce' base ball club in charge
natural haunt. 'Il le .ltre' \1ill Ie ,,f Arthur It. Brown, captain and W. E.
I eautlfully illu-trated wt ithl ret ', ,tic; ; Van I.anilirnghain, rllnau ger, were in
views, made of the subjects itvilng fr, m town this- corning oni their way to Or-
i.hotgraphs iiiad. by I'rof. Jo!, liii:-lll. niond to play the Oriond Hotel team.
[lhie kcture is free and is ci\v'r fori the Mr. Brown is editor of the Ft. Pierce
purlipse of interesting tlie !uutii,- i~ tt,, NewS, one of the sprightly weeklies of
,prtvction andlpre scr\matiorl of i1 ; :,' (!s. tihe Indian river section.


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Come early and get yno ehoite

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Strap Pumps wiS m


Are the Real Thing.


We have Whte Camvam, Tan and Olu Metal, $)2. $3.0S.


ANTHONY BROS.


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Who are sever mat Isard anlesm you a


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IM. ELLA DiVOY I COMPANY,

Ladies' Hatters,

Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,

Hn4 CLASS GooDS. LOW PRICES.

No. 6 SOLTH BEACH STREET, DAYTONA.

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kmLadi~es' Red CrossI


and Children's Educator SHOES.


THE

BEACH STREET.


:E-LAL:i.L LZE. FO,. ..7.-Mr and
Mzs C S Wort;eo( I-puirati AMich..
r.a-. taker. rC's with Mi" iJtt, on Hal-
ifa xa' u- f -:r tre rr-mainder cf the
Cr ,"', T:. '' "' tr. 0-o number of our
N p .a T tr.! '_'.6, f %sI-trn thf-re were
9L. r f-ad v '.(-f- .
M-'.. Br r:.- r a n d from St. l. LoiS
:.- 4':~rs aft'r% v(L (n a viwit !.
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DAYTONA, FLA.


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AND F!N!HED COTTG.S .







Everything Modern,
Homelike and Comfortable.
Directly on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.
$2 ,; l'T i DAY AN' I '11


HORACE STEWART
IDAYTnNA BL.ACH. ,L 'IIA

SURF CREST


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Norman L. Hope and wife, of'
Hartford., Conn., arrived Friday and
are stopping at 206 Palmetto.


ArTUONOBIL EOE CE A aTi--Four
cylinder tevens-Duryea hour or
.trip, call Morganm House., phone 110.
I B. K. Watann. who has been a
guest at W. B. Reed's foy several
weeks, has returned to Milwaukee.
'Packing, shipping and repairing'
furniture a specialty. '. Erickson,
i Cottage avenue. m-w-s tf
j Mimi Louise Prosser, of Water-
towwn, Wis., is the guest of Miss
i Laura A. Hull, at residence of W.
B. Reed.
SWanted, to correspond with par-
ties interested in building hotel at
i Davtona or Beach. Address Hotel,
care Daytona Daily News. tf
SMr. and Mrs. Robert Bledsoe, of


.ouisville. Ky left today for a three
days' trip by automobile over in the
Lakr- region.
For sale at hbargain-two gen-
erators and a Rushmore center
searchlicht for automobile. Apply
to IDailv News. tf

Miss Alma Hallett, who has for
s:ime time been visiting her sister,
Mrs C. C. Bohannon, left Thursday
fo(r her home, at Sac City. Iowa.


M. S Sams, ofCourtenay, Merritts
Island, came up to Daytona. Thurs-
day, to attend a meeting of Oriental
Commander No 9. in the evening.
He was the guest of W. E. Ballough.


DAYTONA BEACH. Feb. 27 -Geo.
L. Smith, of New Brittian, Conn has
purchased 50-feet front of Miss Sarah
Lund'E property. on Ridgewood avenue.
property situated at the south end of
lot. and Lave accepted plans to build a
*:-roonm e(ttage on same. From present
indid-atiofs the local carpenters, which
includes Iaytona's large force, will have
all the work th.vy can do the coming
sU ,ri :n.e r.
J. C Bitir has just sold to W. C
a'r.c.i.- ~Ivf- luts belonging to B. F.
Ma:.;r da-, located on Granaview ave-
:,ue. b. ttwen Butler and Ora streets,
S:-abr,-ze
3Mr. and Mrs Perl Crockett. of Fair-
.. Id, M,., who have been spending two
:!,r'nt:. at St. Petersburg, arrive-d last
.iglht. and %ill visit their cousins, Mr.
.:i Mrs. L E. Austin, in their pretty
-:. h..iz,e for a few da s.
A ;.arty < f E. A. Davis' friends, Ms
*'" ,i.,kAell, Amh-rst, Mass.; Mr
.-: J Mrs SaLford Bkoyce, Mr. Collins ad
%M.-- lIntlie aIa;sstt. arrived frum Cr-
aige (-';v, ar.d are spending a ,-eck r
i:.,,. t Pinrehurrt.
-'ra;.',r Edward Pi(rie and wife of
Si.e:.*_.:n, N. I)., may rnot occupy their
,' r.-..rne onr th ri;.er frunt thi- season.
Y- ,. r b:,i.. ia!-t eek that Mrs. Pierce
;L- i ad the :.isfortune to get a badly
.'r:sirj,-d ankle, ard the doctor was


: L j-;: l d ided as to when she ou ld
I,. atl> tc travel!
-e Ns t.e -f yesterdasv' arrivali at Sva-
6'he Yrincess Jssena -i Inn: Genevieve H. Murphy, Aurura
br... t/o rd. -J11 Mar. )diev Hume Lexington,
Ky- .: M MlarL-, New York City, W. B.
rI-K.- i .and %ife. Cleveland, 0.; '- E
i -r*: and ''rn, H B. Sniafer, Cleve-
~'A -. car.u.
N rQ E. L:. B.1Lbie sings a solAo at th-
SQunday c inning ServiCe, a? the M. E.
ThERul u~S[~ 01h[SCLu7n:: .an.IMrs. iGucMrow' and i
THE WHITE HOUSE~ COTTAGI SJ I :. a, ~ri icrnr~ ad iL
; lin.ar. --ig a duet at the evening serv
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M-. s:.,i .Mrs. Kurru-., daughter and
-,ter. '..- have teen occupying the
sLhingled (,,ttage on Live Oak street, left
t -day for Jac':sJnville.
A la-g party arrived at the Daytona
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I T IATTIU IALT RIS
Publiabed every owning, ex=p lun-
day, fr De rbr 1 to A
THU OAZETTE-NRW4 CO.
T. K. Frre .ALD, EdltOr-Managter.
L C. b DxAuz, Ctyr Editor.
C. 8. HAILMrs Circulation Mar.i.r-r.
Om. F. Cuocen Sopertntendent.
Entered as meond-rlnss matt. r I.-
elmbter SAi, at tht po IDatoua. Fla. under th .A. t of
Marrh S. IC.




S BUSINESS AND
S PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


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F. W. POPE
: Attorney and Counsellor at
* Law.
Practice in State and Fl-d.'ral C(urt:i
0 OFFICE OVER POSTOIFICE. 0
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FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at La%%
Special Facilities for Examining aT..
Perfecting Lana Tifle'-.
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phren 12',


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0. A. KLOCK, M. D..
* PHVSICIAN AD SlR6iEO%.
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Physician and
Surgeon.
ThrtDto IWnes s(.- i .
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H. ELGENE JOHNSON.
Bicycle Livery.

Bicycle Supplies and Repair,.
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Suits Made to Order FMS g up. r LST =TA COUYV
All Uork done inside by white hldp.A
CLOTHES CLEANED AND PRESSED ".w. VWMAM AM
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DAYTONA. FLA.


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Architect and Builder.
Otri,' _209 Palmetto Avenue

I )avtoni. Florida.


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Stocks and Bonds ... I1.K u, Srplus anJ EV
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ColumbiaRce, i .IIGAIS.
,Iver Jobmorn a id
National WheelsJ Our A-Havna Smok e a
22 8South Beach Street peilty-largt and besr
Opposite Yacht Club |3 for the money.


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4It River-tview Room& Running Hot and
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b-i b t tt MIet Beautiful Spot on the Halifax River.
JOMN J. McQUIRE, Proprietor.
3 INVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with
kt No better in Florida. Table of the best of everything
STerm. aw reasonable as the service will permit, giten on

fT-CmLaw GARAGE in connection with the hotel. Storage by
W8 week. Special arrangements will be made with guests

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SOne of Daytona P crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
0 ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo-
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed sand but real-
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.


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Brod Verrmdas, Lare Shafe Tres.
RATES S2.o0 to S.oo PER DAY.
SPFC[AL RATIM HT WEEK.
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ACCOMMODATION Rates S.SoDav
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The Placid. Pellucid Halifax 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 plican por*h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk -' .-;g-
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 liquid
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
surface Take out your field glass and
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thiing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.


The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridgewood.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches 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 thie trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
this white shell street one ihas tlie im-
pression of a fairy path with elfish dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
an eye first to the right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage hontmes
in the most delightful settings.
Surpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes.
No one of I)Daytona's attractions, per-
haps commands Inore nearly universal
attention and praise than doep the artis-
tic cottage. The owners of these charm-
ing villas hiail from every corner of tlihe
country and they bring tlieir own archi-
tectural plans iand build upon thei.and
as thle architecture of in1' section of the
country differs froni the architecture of
anotlier so do our homes differ in out-
ward appearance and structural beauty
from one anot her. There are no mnonoto-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "\What next?''
Streets and Patements the Most and Best.


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NEWS OF THE HOTELS

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Schmidt's Hotel.
Late arrivals at Schmidt's Hotel are: L
A. B. Litter, Rome, Ga.; Cary D. Lan- I s tl
des, Bert Fish, A. 0. Botts, DeLand; a!
Harry P. Mason, Chester, Pa.; Dr T. C. Boa
Adams, Philadelphia.

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I rv- at'ilmaii.
The recent arrivals at The Stillman
are as follows: William P. Johnson,
Jamestown, N. Y.; F. M. Van Etten,
Buffalo, N, Y; Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Reynard, Mass ; G. E. Musgrave, Point
Pleasant, W. Va.; Mrs Rosa L. Gilbert
Wabash Ind.; B. W. Linan and wife.
Painesville, Ohio; Ellsworth Cook, J H.
Dicken, Shelbyville, III.


TIPe t Ant And The PFIet Out.
Here is where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season.
Autos the biggest, the fastest and the
finest are on daily parade and the big
show is as free as the pure artesian
water from the thousand flowing wells.
It is a continuous show with constantly
shifting scene. You will probably catch
the spirit and when you do the roads
and the beach are yours. The Florida
sunshine is free, the balmy ocean
breezcs are free, the birds and squirrels
and flowers are free, the sparkling
fountain water is free and you will have
to go down in your wallet only for coin
for the auto and bed and board.
This is no fanciful picture; it's all
here. It is drawing other thousands
and htilding them enthralled, it will
charm and hold vou. Come and see.




Strictly

a Kodak Shop." :
We are not Portrait Artists, nor
Share we Art I)ealers but 10 years
of close attention to the KODAK-
ERS needs has won fur us the
enviable reputation of being

FIRST CLASS FINISHERS.0
S Anyone desiring good work and*
strict attention paid to their or-
ders for Developing and Printing,
willgetitatL.ESESNE'2' KOIDAK
PI.ACE, the only shop in town
that makes thle Kodak Work a
SSpecialty.
All work finished in 2.1 hours, 12
* hours if necessary.


iR. H. LESESNEi
S Eastman Kodak Dealer,
14-;:>whl S tr-rr. Illai l :"Al A\-,.,
DAYTONA, FLOKIDA.
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Among the new arrivals of yesterday
on The Ridgewood register were: R
0. D)eupree and wife, Cincinnati; G.
W. Boyden, A. W. Boyden, Wmin. P.
Smith, John Parsons and wife, Albany; Norman Ma-
son and wife, Deadwood, S. D.; C. H.
Wright, Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. John
New tou, Mrs. Theodore Wheeler, Mrs.
M. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Weed,
New York; Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Wheeler,
Plainfield, N. J.; Stephen F. Tuinnette,
Miss Adelel Tuinnette, T. N. Mellor and
% ifk, St. Louis.


The Despland.
Thlie following new guests arrived on
Fridatiy at The Despland: E Benjamin
and wife, Newark, N. J.; I1 B. Koone,
Plainficeld, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. I. W.
Birdsell, (Germnantown, Pa.; H. B. Kane,
'Kiwi," Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. A. Wells
Stump, New York; Mrs. A. M. Smith,


Miss Virginia Craig, who hias been Mrs. I.. 11. Harvey, Elkin, N. C.; Her-
visiting hIersister, Mrs. W. E. Freu' 'btrt I Haley, Macon, Ga ; Mr. and Mrs.
and family on thir(Id avenuee since Walter 11. Steamrn, Providence. R I
last October, left Fridnay ft r lir Minnie Spencer, Eatertown Wis.
home at Parkersbtrg, \W. \'a. On Sunday evening the guests of The
n r es, ,P.pliand will be entertained by Sidney
"Dr-ts~iaking hell) ante' It
oncer. Mrs Jestler ohel C lrks at \W V.(lwardl and a troup from the Florida
Sonfe. Mrs. Jester, over Clarks J i colors .


Il. I. Lesesne, of the lK ,i>;k l'i(c t'.
north Beach street, sticcee led. iin (t,(
ting a most excellent picture of tit T he Bennett.
Minrinesota Day beach parly. TLhe l tit arrivals at The Bennett are:-
picnickers were geroupe 1 II th Mi.,s hlenritk Schultz, Sweden; Miss E
porchl and in front of 'Tilldo cottage g- I) Ieretonri, New York; F. E. Tull
and all the figures in this large Simithiport, Pa.; If. A. Eastman, James
party' are clear and dlistinct. It,, N. Y.; (;,e. I. Mustard, Chicago.
Alert ien iett, who a C. G. Wi_,-iits to LHavana, (i'l ;i. I, ,t. Phila.; Mr. and Mrs. M C. Hlillery,
hut stopll over at I'alii l i ,I i r tf,'nn, ; (;. outzalin Ma-
the way homeiii, returned Tl!Il 'li.i .\ '' ; h' rt A. O'Brienar d wife,
afternoon Mr. I nne it was oi 'I ll t:t, I. I.; J. eley, N. Y. ('ity
the few whlo escaped seasickl n,- .1. loori, anid wife, Windsor. Conn
when crossingi the chlannl, alnld a;v \, r. J. ur'y, Rckester, N. Y.; \\W.
hie cnjovyed the lle tril,1 i I L:tn'r, oc hster, N. ; Mr. and
Mnel.. i knda ,ll, Pittburg, Pa ; '. S
I 'Cil\vtr aind wife. Brooklyn, Me.; Frank
=l)esirable building It- atl Si lvci i ilc ;and wife, Fredcricktown, Mo.
IBeach. near Autoiniliile ('Lb) II ,l11 i
Gir .4!d.... t -it .tr t ... t i i' I- .. \ il


Io 1'. I. FitzlrLl I I I. tIf '
S1'. E. Fitzgerald. tf


The Prince Gieorge.


Why the Architect eif the VIniverse r. and Mrs. A.i Pt llit. ,' 1 f i,. I g. new guests were regs-
chose to give to Daytona the most ad- patiid y b Mr. ai,] M rs .lon lIll,,t. rd the Prince George on -ridav
miirable, the most picturesque natural Mr. and Mrs. \V. I. llodgtt v ith i ,i,,,iii: Mr. an Mrs. I. S. Traub New
setting of all the e(itits (of thi South is Mr. arid Mrs. A. l',1odlett, an,.Mr i,,;k (ity; Mrs. L. V. Swetser Boston;
not revealed but that such is a fairt ;M, iMrs. Tlos. ,,ri s, Mrs. le JohnTs1n. St.
'must be apparent to the mos.t. s-uperticial a MrH. Sa!lll'rion. fomieli ;i 1; .,,Ui- Mr. anti Mrs. G.. W. ('art, r
observer. Wit such i ealtoil part% to IcLand lt It rdi ert ,nt
natural beauty it .canie an easy tin the h irt of t, nd th
fourth hand ofman to give theIl t t ree acliles f t, ', I hl first dali'e (,f thl," +': :oll, anrld the'
for the hand of man to give the little i'aine, Bilodett andl V white. Ti',. .t ,, u giad hall wa given at
finishing touclcs whn li ila y' brought ,i.nicked at I l.c oii rliir > I, lprili,,'. ;I,,orh,,( last vc iri, t:i.
out the colors and ou tlinlis of tl,' lig t P c e l the fhvorevl .u t.
picture., alt > ul.'resh .Mirhclt irt ti|-,-; all : >.-. '.-,. ., ~t- i dI the f-vored .utzid,.rt,
Man (lid to he lvi out4 seconds F,,r .i! ;it l AtL :t, : g d lighltful ev.ning. MVs.-Is.
Man id all tii of ot .Car o. ano (' central ;ar,, lli!,,i ad llolrtyd certainly didl ar-
the streets with th,.ir NiDlt, maris r hippy ni(t;ir and eachit aind
package, tit entire' city I,'cctmi's a y p, r.t-i Iorr tunat thouligh tao he
great park W, Y WIP itt orito)unred the attair tle hte-t
And as f -r pa\tnicntl, lpaveents WHEN YOUU lWEE. ,.
that look and act like granitt.--lxiert The Way That Tears A-t L'F:n t :i 'itt -lf-Piu-1 tlSdining ronirn was clear d
else bet\ei'n thi eastern anid westteri Human Organism. I:!r Pl iigr i,, the li iu:ic iing furnished
seas are so mtany miles in ,proportiotn to Proft.ssor W Vtu;iiuii. 1. It.. : tint ,nth,'tra, late of tlte (larendon
inhabitants? Ti. l rnie unheard-of Park tubllshes sMi i ,<-r f:itl< i. il( ,. l. Sii t'etli t untilnl end of lhat
place( report li(mor,' andTil better, D)'aytonia gardlng the n aturt' :lltd Il'iio-,' if :.:l,(i..;:i(c h,-'telry, the Clarendor, the
thirw.s ~ \dlo,\n the gaiuntlet (to tihe world,. tears, ,comnlgh to lh,' ctanlii.l, lli.i t ., -tr;h il e t'elien .stayin at the Stin-
tears act upoIn th' hutill mai '' i:ta l>.i I. Into. and filling \Barious enILga '.-


Squirrels, Fk)owers. llBrdis ana rruins.
Vihat(-ver nrc .- rt iii aiid
hlow\ever inditTere'nit i,r ',\e ,.allieis le
mildy ht to Itiany timings, th, liere lmen-


"like chloroform, ether or el ihl h1."
"W~heni a human I,'elng gfivc.s \inv !'
sorrow," says IDr. Waynlin in. "'I'*,


S!i -. :ttJ li he it. Th' four young
:i"' t.it:i\ .I pla ,y 'll, arid they should d


bl od pressure In the' lraini (lecrd :t-, r I":, ,I.' gie tilig ailn mre lf engaige-
The tear helnli In thl ltroce'ts. \\ l h 4i t' 4ll -tVV ,!1 t 1 .ll.


HOTEL DESPLAND


Daytona, Florida


Now Open for Season 1908-9.
.. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.
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Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and
d Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuite.
Every Modern Convenience. Send for


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4 HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors,

DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
KFine Home Table Delightful
a Reasonable Rateg Sunny Rooms *
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THE RIDGEWOOD
E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor,
Till house is clharniiiilv sitw;itrdl in Ritigewood Avenue, the high
est andl iniost healtliful point in the town of Daytona. It is
very tastefully, and coni fortihlv furnished and is modern in
very respect. ,The vegetable., are from the Ridgewood garden,
and native fruits, which g.cw in abundance, are a feature of
thle table.
NOW OPEN

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The


Prince Gec
Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,


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PIAT IUIt'NISiILI.' AND) RENOVATED)
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: Steam Heat in Every Room
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SAME MANAGEMENT AS "THE BRISTOL," ASBURY PARK, N.J.


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F THE BENNETT
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Modern and First-class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths. j
Entire White Service. Northern Cooking.
S -iit>. Mitri. .d. M -. A. H. & E. I ANE, Proprietors.
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THE STILLMAN
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, I). R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
Slcing The talifax. Half K1lc k from Stores and Postoffice.
.Modern Improvements. '\ hite Help. Northern Che( .
Terms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application.
S- TABLE BOARD




IVY LANE INN
\V. W I., l':.,,Z Pi ,I,:1 I);AYTONA.\, F'LO)I.')A
0 The Table. Rooms and all Appointments are of the
Very Highest (irade.
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THE PALMETTO
WELL. KNOWN AND) POPLAR. DAYTONA, FI.ORII)A.
overlooking g The Bcautiful Halifax River.
A \ l o like a il (',l f ,rtail tl i-' Irt- F ir tli .-. In .A ll I ,--1.,"'s





I The Daytona Beach Hotel
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NOW OPEN


The Ridgewood.


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A CONCRETE BRIDGE ADVOYKATD.!


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SPRINGFIELD, 11., Feb 27. -There
i o Do mutive~ behind tte h orse-ul.ippir,( :g.LX
of, the Rr-'-. Billie Sunday, ba&eball evan- 's .
1-?
go-lit, by Se;ruan Potte. It w as: lr -k- r
f8d t'xiay a v t tAstep will be taken tW com- 1 '-ndt-r'e wag' Su *-. it44i
i: t J>It. to Jail' ille in--azi- asylum. He: !>I .. !I i s- ..
t- 1* L* tutuering a mild forn of
!-rinduy. Ls dk v L'iritbout injUry ex-I
-pt a ipra)ifed arkie, wLicth Lie iu The! I.- -f,-t. -r
t-- r in rn.ing fr.:ri. a pllaffor ; .g fur, rpairs a:.,] end'dr wa,,,,
ce f' r d t:itt~ricf.4
jd t. f 30ea
Enforced StopOver.
A i:a.!y of several ladies and gentle- .--ibretze
n ::.L irway to, Palm beach and I)3vt','"6 r, 4. 1
M .- ian er/.'-rred 4,pp'or:unitv of ~ ~ :.
F.- 'i;.r. T-1- were ir t
-- .e:- a '21 No. 33, due' T-:i4:x
ma :.-d wen tb'- train T"atrran-
;.t they aligbt#d to t p r per das u:.: : .~ i. i-: u s p~id


I ..: '~.7:. po ]'- prtet of the
S..,- -: Dn 14d 1 .a the train
Sidmn an'i left the little
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story of the British Civil Service I:
the Last Century.
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L ':ir! C4Af. LAu Ond B.: pta"P
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through the week.
Motion Pictures Change Every
Day.
Regular Matinee Saturday ? p. m.

Admlssioa 10c. Niht 15c.
I)Wis l OPtz AT 7:' P. M.


BOWLING ALLEY.


'Tdchr aozopuisr
opudoor ganiv forl


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


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BEACH 51TREET.


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LOCAL ITEMS. I

After a pleasant winter in Day-
,urna Mr. and Miss Abbrtt leave
NMonday for a few weeks' stay in St.
Augustine. Jacksonville and other
-i.nts before going to their home at
I ,:!e-tet.n. ill.
.\: :te regular meeting c-f (nri.cn-
.d C'o:nrmanerv. No. T, Thursdav
ligLt. G. Fletcher and G. F.
'rnith received the Knights Templar
degrees There was a good attend-
ance. including several visiting Sir
Knights and the usual supper was
*n:ovne]d at the hour ,-f 7:(-, p. im.


.',' lb,- o cf line. gulden Rio
"-':e:-. received .yv niitaka for sale
. sT. I.c per pF un iin any quan-
titv. ISN. W arr.-ll 742t
Mir an,! SMrs. Ju,-s, n B. Nichols.
f R-,tcn. Mass., friends of Mrs.
anilinee Tyler. are spending swme
::::;, in D-aytcna en route from Palm
t-, ,stn Mr. Nichols is a
r-:re i ~ap]'ita!ist cf B.-st)n. anad is
S r.- ly ,lev,ie ,i with Iavtcna that
.. .- .*..si itring thLi- prrc(!:ate f a
-:.'"-r r,- ,.it- l'A 4 f .e.p
i. :- ;la k .Sal -rar,] case. c, n-
S.u;inr z1 T in bills and .wner.-
.: : ,;-,an visiting cards. Find-
r, r-turn :, Mr. ,r Mrs. M B.
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BY UP-TO-DAT METHODS,

j All Prints Made on
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KODAK.
EASTMAN FILMS.
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INRAD REAL ESTATE I


SBond Lumber Company
% ^AtFACTLVERSOF
t .Rough and Dressed Cypress Lumber,
* I-,tth, Shinglea, Flr;i.g. L... i:-,z, L;.n-, and Otmnat im StcL .

,Pbon 8,3 R. J. MALBY, Mmur-
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-: ~i h a bn...e that fk'und te-
n D the fia,- P o! my otber eel-
NN*, -*' A*e k- et. JUrt ILlex
i cr'n-ulars."
I -* .& :;%-n the 'und:He and return-
dL :*@d1 Oh. h*-w I wc.rke-d at
ii Tu-rt were hundreds
*: and I d.~-e: them wath the
~''-- i1:.d c.Lae-d the-r purI..rt
-i -.'-*k- Fnrrm time to time my
`' ; I.~c ;.. tc, iz,-eak.L Itc(4-ked !n
t-. e to see h'-w I vas getting on.
bav'. Ad he. -,Lb-re' sno nead tci


SPECIALTIES OF THE CONRAD GROCERY COMPANY

_UR DAI1t 1 Rh[T R1OTATIONS:

ARMOUR'S THE NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY'S




Star Hams and Bacon CAKES AND
I.. r CRACKERS


Wilmans


Opera House


SEABREEZE


Crystal Theatre.


TO-NIGlHT.

VAUDEVILLE.

Miss Frances Swartz


Presenting a higb cl-
Dramatic Playlet.
ALL THIS WEEK.

ENTIRE CANiGE Of PRORGAM I


i ting to 6ow a 6d;~ i is
Ir iL Tea w 6abw a
to i Te ad dawt me &
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be km hi, we 6io dge mma"

k- g-.verote~s inthe Bush- -affc


The WVorld's


Greatest Singer





March 13th.


INDIAN RIVER ORAiES ",
CFto..~ e Grape Fruit and
D 'ot, Tangerines.......
-clean aDd hngbt- -r:,, .
BOX TRADE
SOLICITED '.-:::I:":i ::.::: :
GEORGE H. MUNROE
GROWER ADt S1IPPE .
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fR THEATRE Iruw 1 !!.

.-.-..s il a Silver Beach Property:
lass Vaudeville and I -.,-d bo..o, ,, room- : mod --, Im- $-
,tion Pictures. pro! me..t* ad v. ntrBpWO .- HoIex j .w. 6ra
Aro-nU.. .,wr thc AUItooMl- IU-, bo-. i ----S !
A ior mi-3at a bargain on E'S9y t'flh. ma' aril
T. K. F(TZ'.iK Lb.; AMOIW tb6 =00 detab W
Pictures Daily. y.oI_ I t V 0 UionURW A *11M
Y..r o I c-o-.t -^ Urrr "
K..Id ladif' ard elildren Z6 112" I n i b ii e rWu*, Ct-N& &l
a p r et, tt4.U Y I" illl i ljol
entice's Heroism. iW il!..
late Singer. 1P.O, ,: vWI m
bier's Dream. i am ~- jrr, -. o ,t Ir rorm, ?.r 1- i .. ;Br ... sAI ford -m
other good I'-.lur on tbh ,'l -*- o-- My .,u, -: 4jE~I.c 30 l
,- w.ig hb.r hl e fv-(r --,.o .4- v,-rr p!-,--n t I d 4-:-ra et"4 ev1w;
.4u. ^ .ots a t prler t-i r hi.t- otA d ,,- r.i o.Jrd.- r7-.uev
-o1nt3=d tbhe ialllMntun. .r l wit i .,rl. i
-- no&.* cotirt: atW -
t ry& J \ lal TVIn nflTAC both lurch abod evm- f;,rurnito4 V
Sheehan TWO COTTAGE SPIp? iy .Iwaele it--: wat iaijC.
0 o"-er (K Or"dwa ea "Palmettf o avnluw Mlo..or (W U.
-ine of t heL lot d.rirablr con.-rl in Irn t tona F -tnma
Ls:5a. and ngn t' one cotreo room%. t s # bcer ,;; teisb
and all otbf
.both odaa snat ap at b;l. 11 you at rIn:-t r-
A ,rtist etand sd dr to lok at *th. p,, P;w rt. i
c--aI on or address. C. M. BlnDihaaf. t: ur ---
V cents This Week. lIng & Thoapn. A3glts-. J _- ,

k Moreman's Musical In Orm ondi IIi their. I tdl -i
mpan, :nucudin i Melro ,
Company, including containing 23 well furnifedr n-.%nn-i av;1 A A
ne Soloist of Sousa's ba surrounded by 3, acres of I'l I: haring orange ud
.- -.-: 7, :--,p. in. trees, together with all nc,.t--.rv 'it-h..:;.s9 a3'l imprmllm.
Facing the Halifax, is for sale oT :erni-i to suit.

ds and Pool. MACON THORNTON1

IS AND TOBACCO j REAL ESTATE
(r. ,rtrt %uuber Bra.d. X
, to please anyone i ORMOND and ORMOND5.BA
SoL S BEACH
A ^. f I. ..srEEr.
ts. Candies. etc. 0



: .:, Winter Homes. Truck Lands

,-: ?-j a. i NORMAN S. DAYTON,
an I
MS.. -'1. ..-.-tt, :-nt
Sanj -- Real Estate. Lumber.

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