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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: March 2, 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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DAYTONA. FLORIDA. TUESDAY. MARCH 2. 1909


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~, NEVIIJ H. CtARK Right Goods at e R
Ho GOVE ry : L I I IT Right Pries
bS. oI A. KLrZs y ARCItWECT, BUILDER and O N 3 ting PTIST
CONTRACTOR. Papertamg LetUDsIti Ye. RwwP
=bftft a I I I ft"r k109rs
aRsdins --m Ol" e: northeast DtcoY J s.*l
d W&. 0or" wft"Fow d vorluma.rril L .awt o.II5IM
Temephouoie 7 221 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Eyes TescJd--aun Fitted COWEW&CO
iJ in-u.Uinin .unuaB .eLmL.


PREPARING


lIS E FOR THE


SMIAER. INAIUGUAT

RAl Fty Attended Incoming Trmins Bring
Or SOte-" Remnion Bands, Troupes, Offtclail
IB h f '=akirs.

iEU I NnrA. NITE HWS[.St Ck ANI

VFl Eyto"a. Daytona ny rT',id Pr.es.>
m bold Jyster- WASFIINCTCN, March 2-
l ..ad M.Kr A AS. hundred sailors of the battles


4" poreh ofthe
ema sagventy peo -
at one time.
H wt pramx, consist-
Sad abort speeches
of n Harroum pre-
Md a eeet-voiced
l fe delight of all,
t the refrain.
Sa the new pastor
ml bat Daytona
hst talk, felieitating
O meting was a short
o o if oln, Ill.,
rot, being 91year
Lb art talks were
blew. Da Sherrill, of
S1, of Wallington
itm ,of Pittsfield. enter-
with a recitation
rd o pngfield, rend
of I i repre sent*.-'
O amd Master H arper
l Kinir, the youngest.
IHkl -rooin gave all a cor-
o- meet with them oil
B Be pconsed next y- ar to
l ted enough to acconI
wN attend.
of Mr. Miller, Palmetto
Nl -t Daytona, a vote ( f
kl -- ed Mr. and Mrs. Hlar-
aiUr sahr.st in Illinoti HDay
SeardOial treatment of all
P' blast to a fitting cl0,l s
Mai guests standing and
SGod B! With You 1 il
,I" and benediction tI)



i CARS


EN ROUTE


FVc C,,e r from (Pirlax1i,,
IB a 190) model 17
jl ks mid to be tiht first
abipped South. It
Sa and has elicited
emUm e t.
a's'-i that all the Buick
-%M been shipped to San-
ti be brought here very
%i0 tbe in readiness for the
tb om amesot.


'i i, ,i..p :- :,r filled with incoming
i,'..1. rsr, ;..,tel and boarding
hous.- i> '. aind fakers of ever
kin r, t i ,,! sc in the capital for a
week H1, otlis. pnnging up at every
str., t (orrner \l r-, !all kinds of wares
ar I. ing hawked.
Marching bands and troopers enliven
the 1 re-inaugural days. Decorators are
putting the finishing touches to the
court of hotior and stands. The test
light effect last right gave a hint of the
fine spread.
Several governors and gold lace-be-
decked staffs were among the arrival
Last night.
The last vestale of President Roose-
velt's effects a:e leaving the White
kous', and an army of help is making
things spick and span for the new ten-
' antNs.


MONK-DAGO


SCARE HORSE


A horse Ie-longing to Sam Martin, of
Port Orange, took fright this morning at
a monkey perched on a bahd organ and
at tmrnpted to bnak away from a hitch-
i: p...-t in fruit of the R. S Maley
-t,,re lie broke the" bridle and anchored
th" It agtlti again the post at the first
juiii, A, tfi ha;d been accustomed to
1illder- and no bridle %ith them could
be readily procu 'ed lie was taken from
the shafts by the colored driver, but not
Ib, f re hte iad made several will i lunges
in his effortt to escape. It was a close
call to a lively runaway.


C. W. PAul CO.


PLEASES ALL.


i \ t'. \\ Pajk Dramatic Company
make.- a hlit in their big tent show
at Volusta a ;vnue. Last night
they presented t. an appreciative audi-
nrce "A- ye s,,-.'. bo shall ye reap."
Tonight that old favorite. "Lena
Rivers," N\ll be presented.
Tl'hty ar, playing a good cast and will
entertain all who) attend with a high-
class pertormanie.


As It Stood Wednesday Evening |


& AFFORD PIANO :CONTEST.


DAYVTON A
lbScbool


1,556,810
117 -AM


SETTING THE STYLE.
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ION.

Sixteen
l and



SPAN.


-Fifteen
hip fleet


BURGLAR


BARTON i EXTENDS


CAPTURED. HIS THANKS.

One Armed Crook Captured At The Following Is a Lst of Those
Birmingham Late Yesterday Who Contributed To Fire


SAID TO KNOW Of DAYTONA JOB. HOTEL INNi TIO 6 If LEA.I
SIR e t s
[I. I'Uiitt, I' .-...I Editor Daily News:
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., March 2.-A I wish to extend my thanks to my
man believed to be George Barton, a friends and neighbors for their timely
noted safe blower was arrested here late aid and expression of sympathy at the
yesterday afternoon. Barton escaped time of the burning of The Clarendon,
from the Georgia prison farm over a and to especially express my gratitude
year ago, and has been activee eve\r c-iri.e.; to Mr. Price, the manageroftheOrmoad
It is believed that he was irnpliiatd in Hotel, and his guests, one of whom, J.
the blowing of the. p-l,toffli',.. 'f.s at F'. Hathaway, being very active in gath-


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Cuthbert, Ga last Saturday. ar:d lav
tona, Fla, a couplle of wc,, k- ai ,,


PIRATES IN


THE HALIFAX.


--Trigg in New York Press.
v


S. H. GOVE


ELECTED


PRESIDENT.


Florida East Coast Automobile
Association Holds Annual
Meeting. J


EAPLRIS ARE


NOW ON


THE STAND.


r fort Made To Destroy Testi money
of Eve-Witness To The Shoot


ing of Carnmack.


MURITANIA


BREAKS


SEA RECORD.


(ioes Froni New York to Queens-
toi n in Four Days 20 Hours
and Seven Minutes.


THE RACE MEET COMING FINE. T[ECHNICAIlIIS I1Y A PART. AN OVER-OCEAN WORLD RECOal.


S. H. (;ove, the (contractor. is the
newly elected head of tli' lFlorida,
East Coast Automobile A ,o'iat i In.
The annual meeting of titi' A,\o:(i-
tion was held la,-t t\venii;g and thee
following officers were elected for the
ensuing year, the terms of ot!ice coni-
mencing the first of April
President-S. iH. G;,,\e.
First Vice President--l. M. Hn'id.
Second Vice Fresident-E. F1. attes.
Secretary-T. E. l'itLgerald
Treasurer-F. N. Conrud.
Directors--M. B. Aultman, Edward
White, F. J. Niver, G'o F. Smith It.
Y. Stillman and lHenry T. Titus.
Several letters from "Senator" Mor-
gan were read, which snowed that the
arrangements for the great beach tourn-
ament are progressinii
A resolution was adopteded approving
the project of connecting the good roads


sy'ste.m between Volu.ia
counties and urging tiet'
mnissioners to use O-tforts
sallie


A TRAGEDY


NASIHVII..L', TeI' M .2i h 2 I.--
tiiiony wi?- introduced tidiuv f-i the
purpose of destroy ying ti;,e tt.-'tiiir',y ,
Mrs. Fastitani, nal ti v -\lti' -.- to tl.
shooting ()f Stqiiitt'r i '>rmi,I k, fr \lAi ]
Dunc nll (C oope tl,-iill (\'p i.(i
John 1). .hiiarp are on tiial. I S. M l,
g:in, former Serr'etiry of Stut' tb i i i
meeting NIMrs. .Eu:atnu d uini -dmI It,.' ,
so excited shie could not i\ vi :t i.,) I :
account of the tragedy.
W I. Salters ditouitc, i -;tv '
irng ability of tullttt .-iu,<' r,- .-,: !
lobin( Coope'r t oi-pt, *\ tl;, ,''
tiozl that thity .: steel Jlt'tl j kc.i
Carm ack' iItvt 'i t .i It "
tragedy.


AhIIFF 1I1


Coult Crrd VULLI LIL
t(o btild th t-i A


AT


JACKSONVILLE

W B. ord. 1i.-ir of tie d ludet n-


; C, blltt~e il-S ,tl, Music t',.>, ,f J:t. kmm-
v uille was killed or comni ltttid liii ide in
that city s(lnmetimle Saturdayv eight hei
body- was found early Sundauty Lornh'IiII
on the edge of the tulkhead at tihe foot


a A I I I In


A IALLEK,


L 1.., 1t I' I '- 111" '1 P -

c(intitnue to recci'sev'(&:k m
I IOIU St. oday, V tII i ieo. VI 1
usually (IIIM,'l A14Uie
('~llt'el toill1v tio -AH o' ,\t4% Q I.4 ht



Snorts' Palace )Destro\ed.


'.,' l1.~l 'AN l. Lug., March 2
I'l iNI itziniia :tirived today. I rvak-itiq;
tht-Iit I n t, e 1t: id '-ird t'a..tb, w id f r mt
N -w \N:.,!;, to k i u ei itow ti, her i' t I It


StIt R
When E. T. Conradl row(c
tine launch Sunday t;iorning
evidence at orn.e if hier lh:i
i ited by pirates. 'ihe vit,,r
destinely gained ;ccec'~ to
launch scellis itt t' itve t I]
her valuables ai.;s dirl tije k1
and buccaneer, ",f Uth' d:eiy
Kidd.
LRather in 4 ,'rtri.-t tht v
and painted up) tlhing!- and 1
clock, much prized iri maritii



BURIED BY


AVALAI


crs,here l:.ri *1 ted A Is
in the iirit., '. uIn


w)I i u, t r 1\4 tetitv Ijvur-, an d c%(-n :i L


'niI, l'. i A% Il'e r:\ nge speed was 2'.7) 2- ,
kii T' h' c r. phe'' fre%'\l US re ,'i l,,
A 1 i iv \ in l.i.iit i ii of tI our da\-.
\ s i r, i and tiftv i i ute .



THEY QUIETLY


FOLDED TENTS.


j t'4r4 II%: etIY
ii l l-lr t,. n- and dlei,.trto'd in ncisr( h
ci1 I '.lrl-4- lit ot t, 0R~.:tid :a welcomv
*~ ~~t: -cyI I 0' *iv l1 after kct'pizmg
i~i- 1~.1!I%,'1. \ :old ii. -sv night wAc
Iius theV.1!k'1
I ~ I- i'iti 't A iIl re'miaini a lit-


PENNSYLVANIA


EXPLOSION.


Ur


(iates Closed to Monr,
.1 rg e [I \I ,:, .' : "
' o f t :,
his 4rov, t r ... '
lls ,,rang' ,' i' i ';
tie fears 1't -" tc O*-

tanlr'e


out to i.
last he z:i a


ering together several loads of clothingl
for the stricken help, and I herewith
give a list of subscribers to a fund,
amounting in all to $1078.75, which con-
tains the names of the management,
guez ts and help of the Ormonad Hotel
and citizens of the town of Ormonad. The
fudl wa, used to assist the help back to
their northern homes. I also desire to
extend my thanks to the management
of the, Clyde Line for courtesiesextended
to, the help in the way of very low rates
home and other concessions.
E. L. POTTER.


rig ter v-- 'T. It. tHartley $50, Mrs H. A. Gray
-- wli, 4 1:i:. 42 Mr. and Mrs. Einstein $10, Judson
the C(',nrl \\IIlliams $10, F. E. D., $10. Anonymous
atle ,fi with $1, Mr and Mrs. M. M. Wordell lO,Mrs.
irin I pirat '. Sl,.-.!,n $5. Mr.Beson Miss Beo $5, Mis o
4k (ti'aptat A-, A.. W HotTard $10, Thos. W. Rogerj
$10, W. I. McClintock $5, Dr. and Mrs.
I ,lrni-K' i .i. klak %ahite $5. W. A. Marble $15, E.
left ri S-bt ii J. 4 laser S10, Hotel ()rmond waitresses
re tir,'les,. .12 50. Laundry employees $6.50, Ho-
tel Orche.stra $7, Elias Thomas $10. Mrs.
WV hitin $10, Mrs. 0(). W. Miller $10, Em-
rl,[,v,.s .$79, Anonynmous 53 75. C. H.
,iy v $100, Mrs. F. S. Vandergrift 50,
Mrs. I)Daid Kirk $10, Clarence- W. Sea-
.s3215t ;. B. Smith $10, J. i). Price
RJ5, HL. t lKinox $.3, Mrs.Conyngham 55,
S\i. Del.rd $10. Mrs. Lhtford $10, John
.\,;. ,r-,,n $l,J. F. tlath way $10, Mrs.
I x.\, *;i :it Mal-ncey $2. E. E. Butler $5,
\1 -. \1.lKiv Smith $40. Mr. and Mrs.
,. it..-, Mr. arid Mrs. Irons $2.5, John
\ p i r -E, [. ('. Simmons $25. J.
I; I',: i ,' 1r, ?I), S. A. Froud and wife
"' : V' ". -,. \1-. l.i /.'tto $'.25-,. A. B. Hart SA ;"
:. ;, ;:,; MXl:. :1,i Mi W S. Tyler 550, Mrs. (.
;I ..... $20. N\. B. Crouch SO, Mrs.
il -' !.,L!iau $20, A. I'. Patmon $10,
\I I'. I:I. v, -5. Miss Anna C. Ril 'y
-- '% \ S:enjitr'i $10, Frank A. Free-
,c (ir,\ C. :' l' .i' .rd J. reeman $5. J. W.
... ', i ,) A-.. A Gi!lespie $20 4;.
~, i 1I "' il. 11 B ,.n e d1 ,'t $ 2 .3 S.
S \ i ::-.' 1. MIaI t: S: Meghelig-
S\. Jorden.
-, \l -. 4 ,,, \,\ MI'a I $1 ).


\ ';.'V. -,l~I i v ,f Itlit etict ure l''u
(-;If t I It 'p. -, S 2t.


I


DB. POTTER


MUM Dech. At 3 *"lae dnis morr ing at the .avy lard
rd dck to take pa.'t in the Taft inaugura
Sd to bring tion parade. Five hundred more will
*Ifc se treat,"' i land before night.
ll le caerlly A soaking rail tdlay swamped flags
-llB n -wH. w collected and bunting but later the sun appeared
a IM table whicb had Fi: v 'thr is predicted for Thursday


Afternoon.


Sufferers.


SI ThE BUSH


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Tdelrs 3Z.a.


on aLdtl ARI'
&r and See!, in


Sm -m of the SnBarrms
Is at


WINDOW.


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CLARK'S gg=w
faamaumruSOmsUS:


u ezhblnlt at am

CURIO STORE.
Come early and ipt yorw ch

WALLACE
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I d _____ __ ____________________----


Suits


$1 Mrs. J. D. Kiloy, of Montair, N.
S, at .50 TO 3.0 J., a friend of Mr. and LF.
Steer, of N. Fl sutr-arrived
3 Monday to spend de balance of the;
ANTHONY BROS. season.
awyWanted-$3,300. Goid mesur-
arm a racU sTRErT. Who 5r veratt flttnbfd o your Ou it" Address, Drawer K.. Daytona.
Nia 78-2t
S. .. ..........B F.. Hough returned SEturday


M. EILA DiVOY & COMPANY,

Ladies' Hatters,

Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,

HIGH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.

No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET, DAYTONA.



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AThMr Ladies' Red Cross I


and Chil(dren's Educator SHOES.


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NEW SEASIDE INN
AND F(7-NI':,T C !T ..;,-i" .
8t Pt oV
Everything Modern,
Homelike and Comfortable.
Directly on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.
$ I I. T- DAY ANI> 'T
It It It
HORACE STEWART
VUT'\A ,... : -IL'

SURF CREST


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hDAe Pmrincwss sssen a
Sgacreea-e'. .'o -da.
tb I;'a 179 -
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.H~1.I~ 14 TIGS


. tiru~.-: i .H \~K
4L H AR


D night from a week's visit to bi
i orange grove at Tumboll. Mr.
Hough finished shipping hm crop
and says the trees are showing
bloom freely.
'Packing, shipping and repairing
furniture a specialty. N. Erickson,
Cottage avenue. m-w-s tf
Those interested in the subject of
ornithology. or in the protection of
birds. looking toward an increase in
numbers. will enjoy Prof. Job's lee-
ture this evening.
I For Sale-Ponyv. cart and har-
ness. Ap-yI To tHalifax Livery Co.,
Third avenue.
Mazv- f th.e t.onrist fishermen re-
t-, rt s :!it- great catches of fish lately.
Wanted. t. correspond with par-
tie- int,-res:ted in building hutel at
ravy:,nai ,.r Beach. Address Hotel.
ar'e [:av n A LDaiv News. tf
Ti:e B i Lumber Company be-
inn 3- j iav tho delivery of the lum-
ict-r f. r the W. H. Peters building on
l't.1UL street.
F r .sale at a bargain--two gern-
era: rs anid a |lushmore center
I-.(r..igt for automobile. Apply
tl. T"L iv News tf


I Doings
at Daytona
Beach

L, k )YTO( NA BEACH, archb 2-The
%rd cf th M. E. Cburcb me;
&r. dtN! 4uetliun of en-
.zr,::.g t.e ,-juch was decided as fIo-
.3 ~l~j~: y 2EJx f' .'t extejussj t ith
taet L-mernt r' ere-ted at the west
eLd :-f* ruK f~. !actng -, aPertinsua
~T~c ~:s i~:Ie J1,2,e ass~l~

*I .- ..l-
a n d -d h i s f a i MLL r A t


...-~ :iax : a l ao &avs
t:.e 1,Javk& They gut
:- ,.I.ber o'f iu&:' and 1ther gamv.
3. Iear-wy d arid :illvenkUi)
Zic p ri :ubulow 3%..tErday ;n
of s game.
i'*rt n- i.allenge out that Charncyv
Ie ..-: rhake the cu from L)DvtoLA
b :;\office NO. ~. W i th c,~
.' ~.2.. in .e- t:an any oInea driny.ie
i.:;t~ah, FL_:1~ia.
Z- u'.;: tL 'J,% ~ ea
Day: i.1 :leb.ra:ted a: the~ H.%*r-
H *.e ~.-1 apartrterita, w L a
-- ~ tC.er;tb.ng pre-
-* .' ;e zip;-rdlc~e t~;eti t vtolr
.*-t- i~t.'_O\ e:,t
t:-p'6 -d A 'n 1 m4 .
~ ~. ~ d~.it~ii-i a ~.atwzi jl l *
..U.. biut hii*i to ex,_ze
..~. CiUDt of *:,2., rit.0r4 .tj
.-.xch the undau ted rx.n.t: ca;.-
*I .. tY!T i:j:-:.-.' X~ t~.e (o::p~i'.

;~~:MayorHaro,;
.Lj'.gav.: an
It -s rupC..d tnat Mr &
*2- .
:0 r a :, j 4


TE O HMADAIly NEWS
Publabed every een ng.1AXItcpt ,aun-
dw. eam Imcber I to Apni I. hJ)
TUU GAZ L Z-N.XNW'- ('#
T. & FrrsDALD. 'Edttor- MWtulz&:--r.
I- C. PuaxAnz. City Editor.
C. R. HAUZIS. Circulatlon Wtan:t: r.
Gwo. r. CiwvcH. fiuperint-ndi-r.
EKa.-rvd as aeCond-eia'.' yn;stt r i
e*-mh~r 1. 1910. at t'i-- ;x--:.,*!1--
J)"vtona. F'In. ard I.
Marrh $. P'~i'.




BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


F. W. POPE
Attorney and Counselor at
Law.
Praetlc- tun fStat' e d ardF-!-rn' -
0 OFRcE OVER POSTOFFICE.
Teiephrsn- -4

T. E. Ftragera~d F
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Lav%
SpeciW- Faeilitiei rot Exfo m.r lr:L .iX
Perfecting Lania T'-,.
Office in Conrad Building.'1

G. A. KLOCK, M. ID..
PHSICAN AND SLk(jEO%
.~ ~ i.'.-d ~!K Ferguson. N ,

C*pecIHour':.7 41
and7!o%--
momeouomomameu emom Sue. 0.03
E. L. STEWVART
Physician and
S u rgeo n.

Fourth LkmMr' cat P,,.t.,to,.c
P~ion' 't


ROY HOVE. M. ID. :
Physician and 'urgeon
* .-'Lfc ?ri f~-;-.:: -* 9
'Ar d ."id. A,. 9
*e 7


SEABREEZE SANiTAR U'/
OCEAN BC L 4[1;
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C. C. BOIIA".%Q. %


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SC. C. BtA~N
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3 DR. F.H. HOL'UJHTON

I P DENTIST



H. EUGENE JOH\SO\.
Bicycle Livery.

Bizccle supplies and Cr\'
i. tt. .-
Comme and See.


DR. EDITH B. SHOFNI XK! bA
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()stupath
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M. SHUFRO, THEIW
TAILOR.

Suits Made to Orler Fro S$18 Up.
Ail work done inside by white help.
CLOTHES CLEANED AND PRESSED
Tr VF.Y RK...%NAABLK PIt( .
A21 work call-d for and dvllvitd.


S. FIELD
Formerly v ith He ubr.. FRL Ave.
aMd j3i Stret. w Yark
I.AI)IE%,' TAILOR,
o-, N. Beacb Street. 'mr ,uwth CMl.
DAYTONA. VLA.


,:. S. IALL
.:-ciitcct and Builder.


S' 2f* Pi'smittto .Avenue

'I ivtorc. ~Florida.


99* I
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Local Ageit Wanted.


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FOR CHARTER. Pleasure Yacht
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AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JANUARY 27. I


RESOURCES


UABIULr


Loans and Diaeounts i544.1.95 );6 7Capital Stock.....


Stocks and Bonds
Overdrafts. .
Banking House andl
Fixtures V. C. B.
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Daytonal2.-' '1:
Real Estate .
Collection Account
Cash on band and
in Banks...


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vifed Proits ....


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THE BEE HIIa
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Ladies' and Gent's Fmr~ingm f
ofVE LVS A CALL J. W. FULUAW,

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--BIN6HAM & MALEY


Paints, Oils and Varnis

OF THE HIGHEST GRADESl


fI6JRE WITH US BWill YKU BNY.


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DAYTONA ICE COMPANY -
DAYTONA ICE COMPANY s


ICE


Absolutely Pur-" i
Made from Di'lgff
Water.


77 ;s *.9..7 ri n Our ~ aguons make Trips Daiy,
iT'. MI- r FCUL %T AI *Ire IU S' m FeSunday, to all parts o#
DAYTONA. SEABREEZE. ORIMOND and DAV'TONA 11"
Ice for Boats Delivered at 3nv LyLL SaLckd or L.wk
OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant. 'b"*-

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WE ARE SOLE "iENr FOR THE
Famous Roal Scarlet and Curtis Bros. arm

And Like P. T. Barnum "'e \,eer
AdJertise L niksW- WAe Sho%.'"


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DAYTONA, FLA.


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o N .o. 8 Beach Street. I)atonl3

j Automobiles and Giasoline

iianionJd I ir-.L b1,.s.h \tflnit
and Spark P'lug.
Discounts Allowed the 2
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Rlverrvew Room.. lkunning
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LaRATOGOAIN
141 ft ht NA t Beautiful Spot on the Halifax Ri
JOHN J. McOUIRE, Proprietor.
I nrVTE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Sui
lb.. No better in Florida. Table of the best of eve
mn. Tmrn as reasonable as the sen-ice will permit, g

,WCI4a2 OGARA(E in connection with the hotel. St
ImQe e Special arrangements will be laade witl

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PRONE M2
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SThe Modern
Hot andSeven Wonders

rer Boata.

---. One of lbaytona P crowning glories it
i her incomparable beach. No one who
^(--444 everset foot upon its smooth, packed
S sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its expanse; no one who evei
IN drove a prancing pair of horses and list
ened to the popping of their steel shoe
river. upon its asphaltum-like face; no onD

Sbile down the broad stretch of wave-
to with j washed and surf-packed sand but real-
rything i, sed that it is a world-beuter, a world-
ri ven on wonder. 8o stand upon this wide
Y speedway and see the happy souls flit
e by in joyous mood, and answer whether
r fage by this is not one of the seven modern
ests wonders.


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The Minneapollis
brad Vemids, Urge Se Tree..
RATeS a2.00 t' 5. POe DAY.
8s"CIAL IRAT UTI wEE. 4
I 2-2~ fSeventh ltr~et. Phone 4f6 4
J. P. SAVWtLLE, Ipr. MUAIAMI, FIk.
as a-A As s a I


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For Comfort,
For Pleasure,
For a Rest,

SDe Land
WA. ..KO\ N. The Ha e-
1.. .. Mo" s t the i with
PrroprletA*r. the CavmlsmC *of
-Md.en. Up-t-Idt Hittd.
ACCOMMODATION 1$Raut.a 1Day
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Reort Hotel Paini Beach."
nmi r WorNIV
vM V V ery to(at*- Bait.. ,rr mi I .cr a twatitm. Adj('l t).'Famious -Poin-
Wimt you exilw t',-4 to t ----Tro.;oW.t.- III lsmmdts i i f Frults and Flow-
It. Onmly a ft%- hofui. fu tihit"r McuLtI it It'%triln im r stat that ('olnoP
dk.AL 300lmt. The. Io:ml.i,,m Im. IP I Idvi M.ic Htba& I~ne, Iatdc sat HotI



St. Augustine,
MIAC ANOt )I A.A*Florida.U
Fl~rEU
Wagct Family Hotel. All Modern Imprc vements.
SISSW~"rTat*ICWIaths&. M14 &mlll Accommodations for 300 Guests
6 W~a sAMtI WADP DfAI. .
SOWN Wedft. tnS14-d
PA-LMM & MACHWELI.. Proprietors.
Imm*.-*.m***.******* U0@~~soU me mO" .


HOTEL PERKINS
Opened June I, 1Wl0
WUNW -d WASHINGTION MSTs.
POIrLAND, OREGON
(TFe Rose (ttyv)
MoemLU iuy at Mtlerate Rate."


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L Mot the Busineeh amnd
MCt. Roomub wt111 oil II
I Sngle..[AbcaI
phone In every r4 Kom -
Oale Grilll MLJ10
-'5 Ia t~sr~us and ot,,nm,-rc-isI
of. merapos. Platn. Hantob. gms
d up o. Oorrospoadence Sol -
NO T CO., Protidnor-
-SWinLANDi, Manager
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Cor. tMabash Aie. & Jackse. Bel.9
CHIICAGO


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The Pldid. Pelucid aifmz 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 olJ white headed p lican po-"h
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk sti .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 Ormoud bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
Te Echmatkngllty Picturesque Ridlgewood.
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 the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
this white shtll street one has tihe im-
pression of a fairy path with elti.sh dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
an eye first to the right and thin to th<'
left you see distinguished cottage hoitmes
in the most delightful settings.


Surpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes.


GARAGE


I


S. B. GREEN

Proprietor


~p tL-r, 01.1 wrJ I

Columbli 30eycum
ver johmmb mi
Natloional Whsj
2M Bobth Beech Street
Opposite Yacht Club


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Our AU-Havaw Smoker are A
speialty-largest and bet
for the money.


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I HOTEL DESPLAND
8 Diyto,m Florida


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


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


Service Frekllo. t
Steam eat.
BOOUOLa


TIMe Ctmi Aum T Aml TThe If ut .
Here is where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season.
Autos the biggest, the fastest and the NEWS OF THE HO
finest are on daily parade and the big
show is as free as the pure arteisian !
water from the thousand flowing wells. uNu
It is a continuous show with constantly
shifting scene. You will probably catch Schmldt's Hotel.
the spirit and when you do the roads' New arrivals at Schmidt's Hotel yes-
and the beach are yours. The Florida terdvy were: Walter F. Ware, Philadel-
sunshine is free, the balmy ocean phia, Pa.; R. G. Firtz, Scranten, Pa ;
breezes are free, the birds and squirrels, J. H. TalleT, Jacksonville; Fred and J.
tnd flowers are free, the sparkling j Williams, Arthur N. D.; Geo. W. Britt
fountain water is free and you will have and wife, Magpn City; Geo. B. Good-
to go down in your wallet only for coin man, L. G. Wethermere Brooklyn,N. Y.
for the auto and bed and board.
Thib is no fanciful picture; it's all
here. It is drawing other thousands The Stillman.
and h-,lding them enthralled, it will Late arrivals at The Stillman: E. G.
charm and hold you. Come and see. Shawaker and family, Toledo, 0.; Mrs
Kells, Miss Kells, New York city; F. H
-* **-m- -*m1***l***l- Lewis and wife, Miss F. R. Bacon, Min-
S % neapolis, Minn.; Thomas Sims, Kala-
SS t rt ly mazoo, Mich.; C. L. Moore, Charleston.
Sr ic L y S.C.; P. M. Greene and wife, Milton,
f Wis.; E. J. Creason, J. H. Greason, New
i K dak 0hop.-- York; Jos. Johnson, Bristol, Conn.
a Kodak Shop., 0
We are not Portrait Artists, nor e
are we Art Dealers but 10 years 9 The Prince George.
of close attention to the KODAK- 0 New arrivals at the Prince George
ERS needs has won for us the a yesterday were as follows: E. I)earborn,
Enviable reputation of being : 0Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Greenleaf, Miss Olive
P L. Geenleaf, G. I) Green and wife,
SIRST CLASS rNHEM S* Wauseon, Ohio; Mrs. Adelaide G.
Anyone desiring good work and Walters, Edwin A. Walters. Mrs. Ewing,
strict attention paid to their or- aChicago; Geo W. Cranbrell, Williams-
ders for Developing and Printing, 9 port, Pia ; Mrs. S. A. Muller, Miss Mul-
will get itat LESESNE'S lKODAK I hr, Miss I%. Muller, Fred Muller. Mr.
PLACE, the only shop in town and Mrs Jilhn Muller, John P. Bowling,
that makes the Kodak Work a I Nc w 'c, rk ('iky.
a Specialty. _
All work finished in -24 hours, 12
_ hours if necessary. The Ridgewood.
R I" I II arrivals at The Ridgewood are:
n r r lr Juhli Y. iutchinson, Mrs. Lena F Hut-
l H LLOLOILESESNE cin. T I. Woodburo, wife and son,
40 iNashville, Tenn.; Mrs Jno. King,Zanes-
Eastman Kodak Dealer, ,.le, Q .; \Vm A. Bucher, Miss Bucher.
S B.crih Mtc-,t 11. ;n, : DAYTONA. FLOKIDA. M N 'aldwell. Wheeling. W. Va ; W. S.
1'). Shield, Mrs. Shield, Philadelphia; A. 4
J. Zandeir, E. I. Mush, A. B. Charialin,
HBravrr lDaml,\\Wis ; Miss E. B Sturgeon, I
SMrs. C. A w)onV, I'nintown, P'a.; R.
S. M i< \\ilon. itts-
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The


I)AYT( )NA,


The Bennett.


I )ressmnaking htllp wanted
tit l. Mrs.r Jester, |\Tr ('larks.


'I'he stealer 'hlerkec is 1,,
No one of D)aytonas. attractions, per- ; .In dalu-S t iv.
haps commnlll ds mio e(,r nearly univiera! .... l t S nn-i
attention and praise than docs thic artis- t te o v
tic cottage. The owners of these charm- I)esitloli I.ing lit,-. at S
ing villas hail from tver coricmer of the lBa-h n ar AutoiohlIC ('ll 11 ic


country and they bling tit-ir o,\wn archi-
tectural plans and build upon. tlht-lii.aid
as tihe architecture ,If ol tI' s .ctiti of thr
countlrv ditfers frt!ii tit'h a rcnitt-cturt' of
another so do (,ur hotIm d llt tcr in out-
ward appearani( I' ini i .Ir-t' ruct tl beautyy
fro ti tianoltl r. 'lhcrt. aret, n' intoroto-
I(ous row,- of ( trikinigly .-imilitr l iiilmdiig
hut tile et-. a.d it ..vept-s tI i i.- trc-ated
to a kaleidoscopic t'change \hicnh ke.e'pst
the rliidi] \wolhdnliIlg' "%\\ X:lit lit\ '"


Streets and I'acments the .Most and Best.
W'hy th,- A.!chitict. t the I'nivtr-ee
chose to givie tk Iliat ,iia tih inost ad-
iiraide, the niiitt 11ttU l> ii-t iatunrial
ta tting of all th. i( i'it '- A tih S,'utlt is
not r\tvealetd b)iit that nIui Ih 1. u f.a t
must be appareitt t, tt, itit.-Lt .mpt-rlicial
(,l.erervr. Witti .houci I\lxi.-h :i-althii tf
natural ib-auyv !l 1 ,,.t'.tir i a .l.vy thing
for tile hand of tiaii to give the little
hi.s'hinig t'u-li': \si ii it \' brnuglt
out tilhe c, -'! 1d ,utllw',.- of th, ilig
pictur-.
M.L i diiL aL i ,'- ii t ;-' l .lig 0 ou1t 'f
the -treu'. \ tth !!, i r Vit l l imitgili.s f
larkag., tn opi L Y, cV .t-i''nimt- a


great ptrk I
And I ir P it h 12-. t\ ivtimt
that look and a k e nmt. u'r

*-eai-'itart- ct.' i ~t~ItIIa i'oj'ntt
pla crtprelasints r'-.21 etrIi'tni
thn-ri do%%i ~nthm e mnk~at!et to If-t' von iid
S.4uirrclii.. f kvv~vr',. horJb an itr uit..

!u'~tet tire mli;- :.t r c dl -t


f,r sale at aLirac.tive l,-ices
T, I!. I, Fit,'.geral.1


A tl.lv


\\ lia teVn thee .ay nimimV :t ;tav i'I
up in ttie Northllad, ill ii
March caiit in Ilike aI lainl.l i:l
that's tht ru tile limit' anll t.vm'' \
woult have bleeli l-.'!ipp tn' ti hi
it c(itnli ,otlerivi s.c
i -Fir sh M NI i -ich l t ru ., a i i r-
l' ,.sccotiids. For sl t. at the .\tlai!tti
M. tir Car ('Co. aliiI ( 'citral (;ar iL,.o


.Jack.,on Vau .. I n. tub 'rt~ -k], t
bc re .Justice litt; ,Saturdav clm.Lrge,
V ilth vagramttV. lie ixan- I o" I
to the (Crimiim I 'ntl l mmlt ml; 'IIM,'11,\
I 4-pl.iv MNal -ial A 1 Sintiolef, -:1
livered til-' *flt--i'wr to Shc-rit ':t,
at New -snii in'I'L
T1I'hC 'hrirst iammn llaa n ~
()f timet, 'ipnigre(gat i.'Inal tu.1 i
set aN(-%% Ltigl~mditi it iii 11':.
Social fIHlal ()ItI Tlmeda\. f"%, nlit
Ma~rc-hn 2,'fr ;ii tiv'.e mmitll i lit' I i
1*pp ice ereamant tI


I'\4iin imiig y.esterdlav tl'lc, \\-Ui
several chat'gesie in the i,'ti. ;tl.
,itrt-". M i .s I. vtti I\ ill;:,,r.
F-rank f,,rt, Indt., who It-s bh-ei i|'
pianist at t lii' ('rv- t. I llt'.- l ,;
theater as lir.st ct,eine, I ', 1!,, :.!,-
li. ill tha in t 1 t le t ; t i ,ir. -V;, t ,
Ie succetedel l by Miss lii"- .l,',
(.1 Atlanta, wMlI.- e sistr. Mi-, li;tt!
*I.ster, will -,:iI-- tit l l : -' het
so(,ngs at the Cr ,tal. Ni--,. ; -
lp & t. r I .,; a l t i .w i lll ^


I:,-.: t ani is at Time lennett are :
X1 %% oo'ste-r, NJr- XX UWynton.
I s-Brxo1, li, l rma, 0U;IDaniel S. Steel-
:11111 %ifc :matl c Iild. W oodbury-, N. J.;
:,. A. N. Smith, New en; C. I.
T: \hr niid if Bostoiml, Mass.; Miss
C. Vi totc L~at'nmtotim,, N. J. ;Mr. and
M:- 1. I I ucL'rm andlld tbhil, 1-Ictchl-
124.\lssMrs G. IC. Hudson, BostOlx,
Ji trin.Zmwmernman anmd wif,-
I L'3"l 1 ,; 1. L. T. I-ullertun and %%iif. ,
1'.,' !"-1.n.VNJ ; M (s. W. VMNc-Cornmick,
\1 A. J. \\i lir, \#wSmyrnam.


Il he D)espland.
I ti *o Dn ew gut-.-ts arri'.'d at
1 I l-aiai I i *-tt crday : i.R. tort
I Illn. K W Sott, If. L.. Bollmhall.
~~~iria. ~~ ~ r~ Mn a il N r.. L '. u n n
k:,,. ll *t-n A. M. X l. m h(iit -ie -red I A
it ~ n 1 t 'o;, i,-, \Ne %% N irk Kbt. D%,I .''
Ci, I 1,-!, I o, 01w): Nrs. Jan m
Al tt l-.I I E .ma.-l NMrs. liol-

I. 1 I -M NJ GLImd'n Ill, mI\\ n1111 u'ii.
t* i .hiitt eyCV %%Ifte al.1 mlj, Nim-..
li t. B ar. Lilt' r-..nm, V J.;I.. V


I he Palmetto.


A :1 lit W "* .A:, tit l1i#- i'ji

2- 1. V~ rnr. iso ijmVPa. ;IN
1. ; II. &Iml. I i\j- Itrri- kc' Qumm, la.; I
Xl ~ 1 (NXX. Gqimux sod daughter,
N. J ~.;-J- Li/abeth M5. ( Luri'-ux
iNIit 1, .IfJohunst, \N#--,%ark, N J
11' 1I). Pa~rker andM!Xrs,. I' .L. Au
;1, N~ Notrk, I)r. I4 '-trge I I. Guii-
t ld %Ife, Kbdi~% FL., Vt ; XWm,
N1, ( I on' WX. 13. lx imininan, Peoria, 1.11
:l' nit-t, Jack5srovile; Ftrunak
1 it~n~ta, Mr. aiw id rs. (,. L.
\L .! II-flr~~d, lto~ ijenict, It.
.!,,- N~2-- '.in; nI L o lp lt ti11.l


Prince


(ieorge


FIORIDA.
NOW OPEN


K1;l UL~N 11E1AND' RE.NtXATED
i'r ll.I-() 1(; 11 (-) I r


Steam Heat in Every Room


SSAMIE;N MA.\AGEMl:N" AS "STHLE BIISTOL," ASBURY PARK, N.J. I



o eTHE BENNETT t

SModern and First=class Rooms. en suite with Private Baths. t
Entire White Service. Northern Cooking.
Nil.I. A. & E. L ANE, Proprietors.



THE STILLMAN
DAYTONA\, FL.ORID)A, I). R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
* IFa-ing I he Halifax. ttllu ll-. k frm .-stowcs and PoI totofie.
* MoJcrn ImpreIcmunts. %% hitch elp. Northern CheI. .
* Terms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application. *
* -TABLE BOARD




IVY LANE INN
w W FI/l', l',. 1iI i. DAYTONA, FLOR1DA
1 he T able, Rooms and all A.\pointments are of the.
Very Highest (irade,
U I!'h -i'i ... ii f. y rig [. Y- ,u 'st p.irtictiihr rp4-v le.


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THE PALMETTO
W.LL. KNOWN .AND) PP L AR.. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River.

oiomoloolomlo*loioolonol Ol *o*ono*o*o*o*o


The U)nvtnnn Reach Hotel


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Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,


* Summer Address: ATLANTIC HOUSE, Narramawtt Pier. hi. Ialaai.

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t Fronting on the Electric LiAfte 9sd
Halifax River. Modern Inpnormnts



5Schmidt's Hotel
Formerly S&hmidt's Villa.

" HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors,

! ,DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
'K Fine Home Table Ddligbtfht
k Reasonable Rates Sunny B oom
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THE RIDGEWOOD
E. D. LANOWORTHY, Proprietor,

TIlE house is charmingly situatedl on Ridgewoxx Avenue, the high
est and most healthful point in the town of Daytona. It is
very tastefully and connlfortallv furnished and is modern in
very respect. TIhe vegetables ire from the Ridgewood garden,
and native fruits, which grow in abundance, are a feature of
the table.
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The Secilw Itys at $4.00 W re Neer EqualleLd.






OXFORDS

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]r igte "g toblow wa (ait i mAota to know how to
we i. Tea wola aow a tbing where one is alive
to iL The aem doa't me dei knowledge. Every
woman kaow "Dro&y Dodd" Shbor but e a't get any
berob mr ha bowedg e mu"e e mc the kaowedge.
M. I. AUIAT.NLN.
'i f \ tes in the Bush-Safford Pi&no t'o .-



The Eyes f the Camel.
One of the 4-",zw*--te a-\u w ere|
lying just by-oDd the uirle f re ITALIANS
Ught ru.e cumpvlalagig Mu;afas'
Ahred slipped aray upi.aO is duty. ,
Pemwiniw I ward n hI ,'urriir',ul -aWmiu I I IN- mi


to get the camel again tv rest, but tlie
beast would Divt d.'-wn and KUst t-e
beaten the boy uieathwbile moubh,ug
grat urwes. I wttudere'd that a t-eiug
so small should 'Withcout peri; t.. ht:.v
self strike a creature like tLis h his
Gt. continuing all the tlluek ah:in
rach of teeth and bix-fs&
SIwill tell the khawaja.- re'!ivd
MUSsl a most cUriOUs and inerut-
1mg thing aolut this."
Ahrmed ad mastered tbe came, and
Dwe came to his place.
*Tbe Lhawaia hAs oteerved.- Mu-.a-
Ia continued. t- t a chiid may eat
and vowuaiid a 4.-uwt-i. It is nt. .t be-
auvte the cninel Is ruIj',,i. n-rr yer tb-
c*Use Lk-e is tixuid. t IS ty-O AU-S Of a
wit-e protvlton Lab*-ret.y Ga.d suited
him to the uezaLnuss -- f m uThe
Ca gi&s e v&-s are e llaeinagntyling
g1,zas&es and in r.-a.e hth stature of his
nlas!-r c-t-vn iiI~ies akheref rrv h4eis
the g.gaazi--i a*,,,raring
crt-.atu r'-
I1 In ::..swu", t Ih. e bt~ard this cujer-
tilrlv.' 9


The TliltaI. Hand.&
A -rit'r LLi asi EngiSh Uerkl dv
il' N, c u :,,, t~j Lz,,w % !ua
i.e* \:.r ,,rsou13n *thinkIng e LUri'
Irn.-i'i-d 'I :l s '.n :,e. as every L(-c
Lll% S 1.1"-g i i.t'. 1- self coi:iro.
*i~et-' ~ r~iEsi bcri tere~ Is Dc.EIlr.,;
Uu; r. fh. :.t- r c..ld disilke t e-lr:i
1: 2: !tClljz fbh .II_,t
ghiL ;.. tt. L-.*t r at a.! a rovg:-:e r
f,;r 1 t u. .s v5uzteLdari.;i& 6'
4: 'w:. : LL t Lt 1
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,'a.-sr thing abvut the uf
,-- :' ;At the furs must Lie tfakea
The tra--;4-I
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.1. Is :Ie fLr atr l,
-4 L1 U1-t.'v: dt~. :h.".~ '.':Ler bhi:;~I
..J IN-r7 k -: In z d weather.
'~:c' '.; tw i'., 7 :. LCe beat of
i-'.l.L.ur 1 :e t21n -.- ::C w~ Uid rit e
a:.' : tk- v: nA'. Lt Cha lrirLn


Cannunra a
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Crystal Theatre.


AMUSEMENTS


Wilmans


WEEK OF MARCH 1st. Opera i^ouse
%AUDEVILLE.
SEABREEZE


Miss Ethel Talbot,


Soubrette.
Singing and Dancing.


,'iss Ruth Jester
Will Sinr Illictrpmt d S nno'e


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Motion Pictures Change Every
Night.

NUMBER ONE BILL THIS rWEK.
Drop in and see it.
Adults 15 cents. Children 10c.
Il'.tK.-I4 PF.N .T 7:41X P. M.


FI cular Matinee Saturday 3 p.


Ill I~lUltlLfO,
t t BOWLING ALLEY.

l\ h -- ." .4.,-; g''1a Il for

&K:2'-V, 6. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


Arrests at Portugal Capital.


And fl-ur ,r* w t-:%: : I -- t
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OFFENCES.


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March 13th.


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Where to Oo and
What to See........


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I\ .' -' %11 Ple':tfu htr -ntat'o.

gh Class 'Vaudeville and
viotion Pictures.
S: I N% R I \ \rI \W.
Pictures Daily.
;.:- :;::,i di '-- aDd children
.1; prto-iate.


Too Hungry to Eat,
Ln fortunate Mistake,
A Nice Easter Egg,
Silk Hats Ironed.
C1-lh :tsied C'!o' n. Clements.
i Tii-h .\ poito Theatre.


ParTe 'I r-,a For I-o,% ers of M usic

The Oermans'

i.Vined; Uusical Act


Mi- I." Ikilmcr. Pianist.
z A 4 !~* rd to : 11-14i


Children l10c.


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INDIAN RIVER ORIANG[S
( *h,,!,,,-..,rt Grape Fruit aud!
nont, tim-tt.- .Tangerines....-
--clan mad~li:-:~~
BOX TRADE

ORGE H. *vlL'Nk()E
QR0%AER AND ) #PPLS
126 S. RIDoEWOOD Av E. -Da,-)na. IaI
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Billiards and Pool.

CiGARS AND TOBACCO
La,-ta r sk (jrcatcl %umber Ban d.
.igars to please anyone


P LAPI.As3.


SOLT" BEACH
SIIEkIT.


Fruits. Candies, etc. I


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LOCAL ITEMS, KODAK==b

FINISHiINGi
.iol'n De Xtwiler, New Smvrnas j
vhainmpiun of fish and bird irattrebsts,
n' ii the ciu; ty day. BY UNO-DATEMI TH9S.
'Fc _. t---A nie cotta ge, ho nm e All Prints M adejon
.n I- r~t aven ue, must he sAl Pitsl dco
a*. a s acrzhe if nec~&irv. clox.
A, 1~ "'Y iva'11 'k-TIj m' u~I.
- ., It PEVT ,
-,I'er Di,-mu ktts, -41 Ne S in ym r -&, (I
11L pro%-t~d a-;.-0_ leave the
!"ia!rarium fie resunic *;
EAT MA N ':ri E F I IT_ .N 1 S.
'! re:Y i .tl -can st-cuure
111tv'i'tly lrge ~beA, A KL '. V.
B \ Ill. S.eabrei-e. .7-
L1-) f Cedar
.* ~ m :. the r-"I ui' th beach unidav
n~ihIGardiner's Art
r Ial',iard *',?9r i nah., .ut w V.
-'~ W:L Ii 'TStore.

W i T -in' ao,-i t a h th-rI. in sh: p
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XV. 13 j1.itcib. Seah'rt-e-1
a cL..z' :. l~co'.> red gir' v. A
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-% 4go- aI \n tne way to) Tr--
i'~ *ar~ 1 ;iL. bet-n ii ic&har~z4- I
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BARGAINS


IV FE-RoOstM


IONRAD MLAI


Silver Beach Property
run""t'd bou of 14 momf1: m1odtrUin- IUNJIOM
provenwnts, and -alntpropert y on Hai fu 3c
Avenue. nar the Autoilnotflr Ati)u huu-*. Jofoer 4W
For suilt a hargailn on ePav t.-rym'i. n mn's aaeaa
T. F. Fr..F rrA,.: f ;. none asM2
yo'Um.tIll- i OU FU en wood -iii
line% in' ahchoe. PpoW a 6
firY .4. D~IVWN,

i 1ZZI ONOND. euvi t Bra
ORN BeACIC
kIam il hrvrrPd t a -w is ro fo r'or .-nuvrl flxluro he4t ami
other og Aff-Ifows on t o nThleie lIo. M N bu hos.: eo:ble
nelgbborshjIv. I forsar -ar o tw- % -r:. pl-4^.n I a
Cottage Lots, at prices t lha't.hsv4)10t'I s-Prt-ce 0rdeo; ow 7
counted tbe milflniurn. v)fundttiw 4 e;al e
TWO OTG veiy
the corr of treag adtn Pai too 1 *.' a' IU e r__ rW. .U.
--on* of tb. most desirable cortwr-r In Jwa'- ttn& V'riia
ton&; one cotae 7- rooms.- e toste -r ;*. hhrobFh
and all otber oonvelentlces. ~rfCe. a. ofr
both and& nap at that. It vou ar In.o-r-
'sated ad desire to km at &In- prorpna-tty.
call onor address. C. W. 8Iigha n. City: or
Diaghamii & Thompson. Agenot.

I 1 tng Itht tth 4
In Ormonda eat i;N
containing '13 well furnished roow a
baths, surrounded by .3 acres of f'zil bearing orange
tree, together with all necrsswrv 't-JuuS'- and i0
facing the Halifax, is for Sdoe un tetrmw to suit.

MACON THORN

REAL ESTATE

ORMOND and ORMONID 8EA






Winter Homes. Truck Lao&


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