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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 3, 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: VID00331
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SI--Uive Board Tht weeping douds of yesterday had
trl l Grow- no deterrent effect upon the handomely
Cooldttee gownm-d ladit who came la numbers in
patlemen r tponie to the Elk invitation to visit
W. F. ithe splendid new quat tern of thi pro-
ai & pe,-- pero yol u lode.
Ib r fm hot, The responseo t) the invitation was
'i -lf.tI.wvd by gmeral, and during the hours ta-
nounced for the uepUon the lades
:uuim-h ivited caur:< t.u *.rnt.nd bright fame and
bIt fiuna .,ch-.n i %-..r;, iv I| ,--_ -_,"IW -_- --M p i t jtI ., 'n fivtij u,l, .t.
1d* er ecilry I T it. *l- \v.i- I t.;;i, ,l, attract and please
olMfie r w entirely i The L. i i-, ,, im. ;. ;, td suite of rooms
p llfs d, a dManor was 9' f- -l i.11 ;ii:d a pleasant our-
I over de- jpris-. '"I it euue a so luxurious and
.f The Pinel. artL-, ic and reflected such comfort and
:gooc-f lluowship rhat the ladies were I
I tlrocuh-,l quit. it ptivated, and said Wo
The reeptaioD ~a a pronounced uec-
o 4-tioum0 lly ceis, notwithstatdiag the disagreeable
il*ig ,. lrodoeed w'eather. From 125 to 150 visiting
..iWlSl Ia : i E lks-sas-tlie mother., wives. sisters,
fll daughters and a umber of prospective
ilb" M r -ed, i se of the ElEksl-paid their respects
t ke I I ta, and gave brilhtnaui and splendor to the
"I^N l big reason oc-ion.
poo pe o, ciled upon Three charming ladies, the Mlefte
pol-a Ser Xipregionis Morgan. Brownin and L.uce, dispensed
l t and future refreshments consisting of tea and
il g i t iwmprove- wafers and candid gingers The rf-
i 6llC-- ihmadifg the'I fresiments were ordered by Thomas
l p. m eet- j Oyama, and were nuch enjoyed.
S V da i The Clarendon orchestra dioouned in-
Sspiring muwic at intervals throughout
ilSk--b Mid tiat the rece-ption, wljich gave an added
|||'-Itg of the asso- pleasure.
lumI eat be worked Cl~arming fentininity, exquisitely
Sm ed the gowned, moving either and thither:
. q-hg afll peroaellities soulful strains of nolsic echoing through-
l for the main object out the halls; qutintly costumed tea-
,servers moving lfiry-like among the
r. HIolmes 6poke of a guests; colored lights shedding softened
-rnI i in Jacksonville, '4y3-c over the qtiint scene; waving
meo and men oand mOicy fli4tgs, Ieautiful 1Ianners, and many-
dL1, with the purpose of rol.,redl dtc',,ral ion a, with here and there
th orxt two years, all lihige elk turns stz.uding out in bold re-
Frida products. Ht- also lit.f, mide a picture most impressive
sIWporartion conce .ionl- and insliring.
hIe fatit that buyers ant Tlih vi-it(,rs of yesterday pronounce
rtlkig for our products thi initial Ii c 'eption a pleasing
a& M h- ve not f ,t +en, ,, x-. O 111I


Stbrd to do, or wished to)
difbId be to remember
m doae and not knock'
**alp in which we have tlot

ilil.ermetary, briefly replied
WU&Vt Does the Orgauiz-
w- iFuture," saying the
thr e growers to pull

almW|ded to a call for a
bek ea iidered to ho, tl.e
the situation. sayirg
"t it was f o. b.

ery interestinglv
d maid he could
~ togh plan we
L0are, and th.,light
vi|'lkffor the things a,--

preaident, spoke bri,.tiy

IWM Orl ofrtlh pug'.


PRACTICING.


TIN


PEKILLRSONS


KIUB IN


TENEMENT.


ATLANTIC


LANDED BIG


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I UULI, I IIiUniiLL.
R O R It It It
Traveling ill a 30-horsepower Cadillac One ,if the largest fiah of the stina-
auto with narrow-tread wheels Mr. anrd ree family ever landed at thle oce.i:n
Mrs. George I.. Farrell and E. B. Case pier was caught yesterday Iby a Mr.
have completed a quick cross-country Livingston, of Indiana. It i easured
run from the east coast of Fllorida to the seven feet across the back and wasi four-
west coast, stopping at the Taimpa Bay teen feet long and ~a;rs ;anltid With :a
hotel, where the party r gis.tered, the deadly -erratc.d barb which they know
cynosure of many eyes. The distance how to u>c illithe water \\ ith tllii:.ig
traveled is 211 miles. and Mr. and Mlrs. effect. Next to the bit.- of a ra:t;l-
Ferrell and Mr. Case are tlie first people snake the Atin; (if .,:iw. f 4tl,.h- ray.- s-
to perform the feat of making the trip most tb ib dradi d.
from coast to coast in an anti. Mr. L.iv ing.-,i'oo iii Is i, t ig -!i
Speaking of the trip Mr. Farrell dt- ye s-iday ari.d ty i r.,l i i.
,larAd only one place of roullh road was cingrtiatui tions ufi i. friu tt-i n iia
encountered. This was at I.oughnian, grfttt cuttch. lei is tins irw o of iL.
where tile car stuck in sandnd fd ad to ocean pi r, the admuirati *i iit thli lIli i.-
Lbx pulled out, otherwis-e the v'rvage on and the envy of picalutorial antigsts of
land proved an \cttllaint olie ili every the season.
ie-pect and was very N ittc l ljoiyed.
Tuesday morning at o'clock the au- AITHiUAil

on Thursday morning at 10 o lock thr.yEAR i QUAKE


SM Harrived at thle lampa Bayv. Mr Farrell
Organized happy hooligan Club. declared the trip could have bten luade
A r(-c.ptitoni and afternoon Coffee by 9 o'clock Tuesday tv\ening ihad there
Klatch was held 3e.terday at the resi- been any especial haste, but that itnstt'tld
detii-e it Mrs. A. \ilkcn on Ridge- tthe party prenferrnd to Hi!i\,r iy ea-v
wood aven'ie. The occasion vill long stages.
Ie relnmembered and always fresh in the
meInmories of rlhtie present. After in-
ciulgint iit tihe good ttiings prepared by
Mrs. Wilkv-n, the gti-,sts enjoyed a rare
trat amid al-,o ,,ru.nized the Happy FOR
hlooligall a i'it- | ii A 1
Among thos-c present were: Alidia
Wilkens, Neils lofmark, Mr. S. Kalen- INAUGURATION
berg, e;corge 1). Kalenbcrg, New York:
Mrs. Louis Adler, Daytona; B. It. It
Eiliott, Jolhn Elliott Miuneapolis; Mis&; it iti Pr.-.
Iillian ll,, Lillian ;. Siiond:, VAShI.NGTtN, March ;. --Tie day
lheniy" lS hiwes, lBostoal. I,,.fora t In i, t nhe i raatiion dil.nedal fngv


LE 1tj. 4-1 i 'K 0i ti. iiuF our
elierStteveiis, Iury ca. h'u r or
1i*tm talll 1\lrgzaniiou-ie,pliholle l11,


CONTEST.


1,556,810
1,137,565


anrd gloomnv. All pr-diction- fr tominar-
row however, arc fair.
Eightetii (. o;,\vcern'ct- ;ai. ti lir stalls
are hiere. Big tnilit;tiy vorgaiiizatioi(s
from all ,,vtr t ,, a luit:y arc t1'-A ill
quIarttrs.
i)tcoratiot -, art- i i ii a .iL.L' I t tli,
court of holnior.
All tickets i,,r ti, l ...1 i :>r< -i I1 aind
Randnd Mlaritial i, Ii .gave t!:i!tl r.lilhcr-
this niorning for the laruir t,, ihutltiii.


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Tinc village '-f V a--all ~as },- I-t\
till eartiaruake t'.ai~-~( ) jh,.
palta lt la ( it I iad III t -


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NEWC\ Ni t IIIK. Warai1:;\ I3
cro'r ai smiriwlail( -1 A. t
>ItatioulathiSe morli :,- I J


call d out I'uit t .C r, I >t:v
c(hataiiti; ai \' .is r, (.i\ *i \\ itii a
iwaz hustl,+ trat,> |i w r t' -I
to a \aiilViA ; ai'ttailtl, ,l ,a:.1
thie otlhct ol tlh tO.L'iU I; 1 .t :a'
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Prices of r.att- in thlt \MIltl\.- tal,,it,
the lin- of parad, jutia!p

-.vtlc~3ic in Srt. Louis Ropubi,..


ITHE LADIES


PLAY BRIDGE.


hMi.. J. D. lohberts(on delightfully en-
tertained with a bridge party Tuesday
morning. There were six tables of en-
thusiastic players. The score cards,
very dainty and odd anticipated St.
I'.tir.k'.s day by being" in white and
Sgrt *ri, with thte shamrock for good luck
ain, Iv-r..cs with good wishes for each
-,ik(.r. Mrs 1, A. Balcomu won tirst
pi iz-., it la'ce 1-,aket of beautiful sweet
.iilt ,I. land Mls..1. It. I owning second
;I/ze. :ti btli|e.t (of white ?weet ferni.
\t tx, li,,ur.- ot 1liidhlge e-veral nioret
hltiic-; ii:.irid the caid plaIers at a deli-
*ioit- -,\.V(ii-tr-oin.se luncheon. 'I le tiou.,e
\:a% i hlit!il" litihtld with electric lights
and l Mi-. l,,,blrt.-'i, always a delightful
iicste.-s, in:iade tier guests forget tile
aitli, i, iiritin lhaid failed to let the iun
a- ii,-'.


P.IPiclu


RESIGNS.


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,i'l Nl,!aht". h --Artabassadaor G; J'-
II f.'fi~t hl rrsziglnatiou to Via-h-
I, tat'tjcat IItg S&e~pif" cat's
iaft ,,-itaari-trttaio.


Firemen and Police Make Rescues
Which Are of Spectacular
Appearance.

SUrPSED WORK Of BLACK HANI

[Hy I'nit*td Press.]
NEW YORK, Mar. 3.-Ten persons.
three men five women and two children,
:ill Italians, perished in a fire which de-
s.troyed a Seventh avenue tenement
Early this morning
Twenty others were rescued from the
live story structure by firemen anud po-
lice who risked their own lives in the un-
dertaking
The rescues were the most dating wit-
nessed in years, firemen clinging to shut-
'ters and passing out women and ehil-
dren to men on extension ladders who
Carried their suffocated victims to the
streets far below.
The flames started in the base:nent.
Police declare the fire to be th- work
of the Black Hand.



TWO CASES


OF INTEREST.


Two cases of unusual intr-.st
public at large Y ill probably l>I


toe thet
brit to!
('ircui:
are tho
flulley.
Stetsoll

'StetSA
Il~uIt'v


trial at the April term of the
Court of this county. They
cases of Nellie Hunt vs. Lincoln
and Nellie Hunt vi. John H.
University. These caset.-s arise fl
expulsion of Miss Hunt from
I'niversity two year,- ao by lDr


the president. itihout a-.-igliig :illty
cause for the action, amid \il irnvold
tlie question of whether or not a presi-
dent has the power to x: I ;i pupil
without a formally! glaring anrl uIi.hout
wbigning any ground. f,,, thi* ,\;,' ,,sr,
An order has ju.t li-tn rin iic t iir, ctii
the defendant to til :; tLi;I ; I a,:i t;cail:>r
setting forth the exact t inii -f thle :ti t-
wlhich have lben allrgcd in thl,- [jlt:id
ings as' constltutin't- tie _'r, lail f-r, ti,
cxpulsioii.
The suit, arc f,,r -. -it'l i If :k
judgm ent i, obt;twli'da t ,, t!" ;' I ;! : t-
.'P' t he [)l't l !iiI a l t f i I ,
.,'( stlV eX\i, r li ,, 4 'f ';i, 1 i .,,. -. ,

Troubles Multiplv iii llaIN .
S,, I ;, -, 1 1"
i tl l I..l.M Ita iy M. t:,, ; -. .,
slide tllay i 't .
village of Thi, i ti,' a -*- At
lhe d(eani


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ON CANVAL

Professor Herbert K. Jeo DIrfda
Packed touae Many Stand-
lng ThroougL Addr.

A PofiTAIlE vIli I

The hour having arrived for the kle-
ture of Prof. #ierbert K. Job at th Pal-
nietto Club room, Orange avenas. yea-
terday evening, found the buldng taxed
to the limit, a goodly number t adtea
in the rear. The lecture was S-der te
auspices of the Palmetto Club mad every
ine whose privilege it was to be prmat
':at evening feels deeply obligated t the
,lub ladies for a rare treat, a treat that
tcmlles to some only once in a lifetime.
At ,S o'clock Geosge W. Cbambebria
it, direct and graceful wortd, preeMted
the lecturer, who caught the puble eye
1ird ear from the start.
Professor Job said he had mbee ia
Daytona many years ago when the town
was small. but even then it was a faed
eating spot; after the lae of years be
returned to find it delightful beyond
words to picture. He described it as a
lovely garden spot with its defihtftl
,*limate, balmy atmosphere. picturesque
landscupe', incomparable beach, its beau-
tiful pavements, etc.
It is sheer folly to attempt a review
of the- distinguished speaker's address or
-o give evrn a faint hint of the rare
beauty and wealth of bird life he repro-
ducd up-on the canvas. It was a reve-
lIitionu even to the best informed and
when many of the strikingly beautiful
scenes were thrown upon the eanvas
there was a swpotaneous burst of ap-
~lau-se.
Speaking on the practical side of the
bird problcku Mr. J,'b said that if alJ
bird life were- to end in nine years in-
sects.i would take the earth and human
life would ceae.
1'aliiett,, Club women have the
thi.iksl of e\ery one, who heard Profes-
sor .,,'.:- talk 'lie lecture will bear
trait :ail a mI W crusadee against the
la'ri'it-s lliiwic'r arid the commercial
lli;ii:,. lhunlter will tb- inaugurated


TO PATTERN


AFTER TAfT.


*;,- I ,,:. ,I Pr."-.l^
i\ \ A\ \ A ( ba, March :i.--It is given
-. .t t,.t \ i<,.-I'rlt-.idctft /ayas is coming
I \\ .,i.*i(htoii ne.t month to spend
: i..i i* -tud lying the administration
, 'r, t lit Taft.


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Comhe ea__ and Vt yaw dkoi

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'Ql -46 AM


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Black Suede Pumps

FOR LADIES' WEAR,

ARE JUST IWOHT FOR EVENING WEAR.

We have one at $3.50. Patent to match.


ANTHONY BROS*


IrOw BrACW sWEtZ.


Wh are aDever m iLs&,d untess you are


ELLA, DiY & COMPANY,

Ladies' Hatters,


Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,

HkH CLASS S00005, LOW PRICES.

No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET, DAMTONA.

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I .5.. Ladies' Red Cross


SLABE16 ZE. hiar 3 -The pupil uf
tlt- .L 1hret-z 10 hoand. ad e-r*Cialy the.
lIt~b 'zch4~oi. were gretly disappc inttd
bi, rt ti Lt(-J bV tte rain from at-
1- ,L t:f ,ctclUrt Vi bird Ih- at the
I t cnLt; u~- ye~ erdayv aftc-r-
Siert-trt K. JAt. raturaia-t

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NEW SEASIDE INN
\ 1),

Everything Modern.
Homnelike and Comfurtable.
Directly on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fi.hing.

a a t sXt

HORACE STEWART


I XT-N iAi


SURF CREST


.. .
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4 e Irince Y- .ss. i
5,o !Pri'ncoss ,9ssona


%'SE fCf. t.(rTr ~

for
Afor I -A *
AIA r' P-.k:


Mr. F. B. Wright ar down
from SL AuguoMin Mary night
for a week or ten days' vibit with
her father, Col. C. M. Binghami and
family.


For sale at a bargain-two gen-
erators and a BRushmore center
searchfight for automobile. Apply
Sto Daily News. tf


I TEMiATORAIAITNIS
PIheP ev ery eming. cept Aln-
day6 Oem TOmxr I to April 1. h.b
a G EAZNI'R-NE4WS 0 1.
T. Z. FYrirszAjD, ditdor-Mannnag, r.
L.. C. )umAtu City Editor.
C. @. Hm Circulation Managnr.
Goo. F. C(uoiuc. KuperIfltendtlt.
Untcred as mow-nd-clmw nuttt-r I*-
cmm-btr I. 11,W IN t t 1 11w txI lee at
Daytona*. rim. undIer t ir- Act of
March 3. IW9


wo ----ni


BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS
m &


Donald Morgan, the young son of M
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Morgan, cel0 --6-- *-- u Inuini
brated his tenth birthday anniver-. F. W. POPE
sary Monday afternoon at hiI home Attorney and Counsellor at0
on north Kidgewood avenue with a aw
number of his playmate. The practcd-ftoStateand F.derni Cc.,ur(0
OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE.
birthday feast enjoyed by the party A Telephone i
was preceded by an automobile ride ShM M euuon**
and the little folks all greatly enjoy-
T. e rt~g(?aldE F :'-
ed the afternoon. T. E. itzerd T F
FITZGERALD & OATS


Wanted-$ 3,3N.N.
itv. Address, LDrawer
Fla


Good secur-
K., Daytona,
78-2t


J. .1. Hannon. of Savannah, Ga., a
friend of R. T. McFadden, of this
city. is in Daytona for a few days.
Mr !iaunon had heard so much of
the he'aitv uf Daytona that he felt
ctm pulled. he says, to see it for bim-
self He stopped at St Augustine
on the way down and while be
thinks it a very pretty place he says
it cannot comrnpare with Daytona in
his estimation. He hopes to return
here next winter for a more pro-
longed visit.

Wanted, to correspond with par-
ties interested in building hotel at
Iayvtna or Peach. Address Hotel.
care Daytorna Daily News. tf


t Doings
at Daytona
\; Beach


DAYTONA BEACH, March 3.-Mrn.
Ennis, Dr Mitchell's daughter. wbo has
brcn -pending some time at their winter
hnrme, euturtied to Chicago a few days
ago.
M!r. Phtiilips i- -a'; irjg a rtsinirag wall
Luullt -n his propvrtv on Peninsula drive.
C L.. Irn &Q is doing the work. He is
as-: 2cring and grubbing the lot t.,
gct rt-.1dv &ifr building. The house wiil
be hui!t on ea-,t end t,f lot, facing 1n

A \ i:.JejrtJe is building -oo:e ce-
!f.L! r -rdIer- arnJ ( ircles for dow-.-r bedn
at t'.e a.:t- .e 4 !fJ N GCimbe.
Mr. and Mr- See e and brother.
gu~-t:- .~! Pwt~ are spending a few

%ir-. L. I.. MuJd-rt f-NewYcrk, dr~~j
NMI 7 1.1VIt: j i ;-,f 4 Atlan ta, Ga.,
:%--i week aui are p4!t-aS&ktl y
.- ,it Thte W~hitk Ife1u-e
1: *- >* ric~r~t ~giv#-n daiy at Th-
*v Tle Ciartsnion or hrettra, are
,; a r-ir-l; :hej thb gt ts. Miss
zit i th(e Sunday night


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.f ,r i.- ;r C itca N-t; y !;and-
irr AMr. Ire 'ret 1 a guest.
r N r76 ee at Surf


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'i iT'a J t..m~ aJ Hftr t,.j~ dayr~ i.
.iS Il;a d. Mfrs. R.:4a:rs n, u er.
:p tte V inter With,
-tsrh*~ V i.r~ St. Au~gUiS e t.


Attorneys and Counsellors at Lav%
Special Facilitie for Exan.inin a:;.i
Perfecting Land Titles.
Office in Conrad Building. Phor r 1 .


0O. A. KLOCK, M. D..
PHYSICIAN AND SUI. RE 0%
Amnclur:qd with K. M. Ferguu n. 0' A.)
lb- E'. Ea~r.N~ Icu;. '.`iI1
Oftlct Hour4: 7 i
and 7tu 4 p. zP.
@*"*a."""*DemonU0.023 ome
E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
T t :lt ti r :,,id
Forthb Dor U4est Post',ffiLc
phollo r


: ROY HOWE. M. D.
Phvsician and Sureoun *




SEABREEZE SANtTARiUV,1
oceAN BOt LEV kL.
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^^B *i *HII UVB.FLA. | Te Modern ^''^T"*'*''" ^ ^ ^ ^ r
mrs br-&Imwith eve" recurag r ring s
awwq t dAnUtosthe blgputthe fastest aad. the 1M 1RYIU
,| Seven Wonders wason d paf e and .big
to kz, tf" Bs&J show isw free as the pure artesian' f ~
water from thelihousantd flowing wels.
.... ........... cow,__ .gl....es. It isna continuous show with constantly n Hol
Sof--................. ...... .... ....S OisScha '
he r inOtmparable beach. CNo on who sh.fting mene. You will probably catch
........ -_ ...... t ,aeemt foot. upo it soth paked the spirit and when you do the roads The new arrivabls at Schmidt's Hotel
I 9mmads i ; no one who ever pedaled a bi- and the beach are yours. The Florida yesterday were: E. E. Fernald, W. H
drove a prancing pair of horses and list- breeses are free, the birds and squirrels' ing, Cincinnati; Mrs. Lilly H. Barbour,
ale t t Vp p A dv m ingiofrt eir seshowtand flowers are free, the sparkling Evansville, Ind ; Thos. Coleoman ad
AI 9 0111 Sp O the HaIfa River. upon It Bphaltum-like faee; Do oefountain water is free and you will have wife, Kentucky; Mrs. R. H. Qui, Ger-
JS a. M RE who erer steered r high-power automo- to go down In your wallet only for coin trude Quinn, Mrs. 11. A. South, Hart-
Pdown the broad stretch of wave- for the auto and bed and board., ford, Conn.; F. Hoech, Rockaway Beach.
RI _CTION Rooms Single or En Suite with washed and surf-packed sand but real- Thu is no fanciful picture; it's all ---
UIN 'a Florida. Table of the beat of evry t i i imed that it is a worid-bebter, a world- here. It is drawing other thousands _
i s waeosiable as the service will permit, given on -wander. Go stand upon this wide and h-4ding them enthralled, it willThe Stilan.
Speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and hold you. Come and see. The following new guests arrived at
IGlmwa in connection with the hotel. Stora by. by in joyous mood, and answer whether The Stillman yesterday: Myrtle Judy,
8... ara m tsu wil b mae i get this is not one of the seven modem rn -_m--_-- i--@I.O Paris, Ky.; Sda, Hart, Willisourg, Ky.;
S arrangements will be made with Smwonders. Jas. Donovan and wife, Middletown, Ct.;
T! 3t,-d ucM111 1 G. W. White, Watertown, N. Y.; John
TIhe P ,Pd f HldhxRiver. 0 0 ".
11 ---1---1111--- I/I Where think you is water with more iU V = L Jennings, New York; Mrs. J. Schu-
picturesue urroundin Nearly a mann, Miss Schumann C. J. Thomas
pict ----- "uuresque surroundings? Nearly alE Kodak l -and wife, Troy, N Y.; W. J. Campbell
--- -- ;P ..... mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta- ja 11Sho1p 3 11 and.wife, Xenia, Il.
T h e Minneapolis ion, artistic cottages with roomy ve- *
e rs" VWmli., Lre L" i nTvM. randa's looking out upon her bosom, We are not Portrait Artists, nor
SPAITESA5' 'UA. 5 S 'n' N. gamey food fishes in countless numbers are we Art Dealers but 10 years_ The Despland.
j !lM-2 .vernth trm.t. Pbon41 be6koning, as it were, to those with rod of close attention to the KODAK- New guests regestered at The Des-
J P SAWl .LB t UMI.M .and reel; her bosom flecked with duck ERS needs has won for us the guet at ue-
J. P. SAWTlnLLEc, Py.. WA. .. ... --0plant yesterday as follows: G. D. Wil-
-*- and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, 0 enviable reputation of being ,p ye a ws..D...
g ^.:pepe...0 0 la a sort of lanis, Jack3onville; M. McClellan Hurd,
which sit aot sif for the sport of g arn
ForO ,w hichsitbobbinguponUtherawaves;iff ewatchofthatiS J.1. I.ongfreth and wife, H. R. Man-I
n For Comfort, bobbing upon her waves; watch that FIRST CLASS FINISHERS. Mrs.L.T.Rdla aCl Me i'
SSFor PleMsre, lubberly old white headed! p lican pctu-vh desiring ;rs. L. I. Riddle, Cleveland,
I ~~For a Rftst, a fat mullet. and that fish hawk rati -g- 4D noed mggo0okan I h,;#Ms .T Lnrhm t
SRest, a ufatrmullethand thaishfondrh glawk strict attention paid to their or- a Flora E. Langraham, Miss Gertrude A.
TRY gling upward wit h his floundering load 0 ders for Developing and Printing, 1[ tari, Pittsburg; Fred Weaver-
Z l --he snatched from the water. -a NJ,,.
SI Setched butfro t nheswatd willgetitatLESESNE'S KODAK nMrs C. W. France, Mr. and Mrs.
Se DtLa d hes beuiuUanhs pc n
SI i i 1.1sTan thei beautiful launched, sck nd PLACE, the only shop in towu \i l. Framd, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
n. E. PmU0% span hi apesadlckr ugn
P I or etor. tw pn ihaprs do that makes the Kodak Work a Schurer, New York City; G. W. White,
i / Proprtetor. tiithe Cgmi iof with refreshments both solid an liquid "
Z *M~eil Up-te-ete listai a, Specialty. W\atertown, N. Y.
Stl~tO 4At Itateaa~ r ready for a cruise upon her beautiful Specilty. N.
ACCOMMOOATON Reg"a-sem Da All work finished in 24 hours, 12 *-
gas- S-- --as- Sp eeiwYwe" surface Takeout your field glass andM hours if necessary.
.. sweep the river from Ormoud bridge to The Bennett.
p ... .. i: Ponce Park light house, then say 0 T -
tH nfl ll Rh -M S'whemther the Halifax isn't a thing of 0E H I 1iA. allc-nta d wife, Havana, Ile
WOKi,, beauty and a joy forever, andoneof "j fr H 0re LLOLOIIL .an.d.o o wifef Havana, 1;
2lApemvA@Rates,<(irad. IAtion. Adjoins Famous "Po.n- the modern wonders. F Nod.k Joe Fr iss jean arrar, Erie
yvuKeipee"t -tro.....Tr.>pt:.iteiwtodorofFrutitsandrow- Eastman Kodak Dealer, aPa.: Thos. W. Jackson and wife, Chi-
I W, a few bourb furlh.r .r tuth it6 trnlln orx Imt that colues The Eachbmtigly Plcturesque Ridgewood. 1 \ d A lr
Vig gik het. TfflM<.ti Pai. lt.aih l . t Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest-of _0 .. N. J.; Miss M. C. Crawford, East
S._--ATO-,_-O-_A.-**O*..O**3U.O**--bU*E*@ a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, Orange, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Walter H.
... .. ......... tand the wide-spreading branches of the le l llllell Jones, Harris C. Berriman Jones, MrsI
St. Augus-tine, u eavy-trunked live-oaks extend their S.'. Boynton, Miss Maude Jones, High
SlMAG N ()LL Florida. giant anis across this magnificent vista, -Ihoals, Ga.; Mr. and Mr. W. M. Skin
-u forming an arch, and from these extend- il Mr Niss Skinner, Northfield, Min.
p y otl. All Mode Improve nts. ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss Mis Marion Perifield, Bridgeport,
P'gt1WR bs t4"t,"'h Accommodations for 300 Guests sway as the trade winds from tropicseas Conn \ s C >.; Miks Mary Wuodruffi, Or'iagc,
|I|M PU R DAV. iWJ~dl. t rated "Bookhlt.
St-lR *coUweu-, propries UNthiLs white shell street one has the im- ._i,_! i_ _i
1%&i.&.A43 L.m euefiwe umr-m--ef pression of a fairy path with elfith dura-
.__-._- .-__ -o-o _p iperies, but as you move along and cast
interm,,,lgtu stig. edd hr an aeThe R'idgewood.
~~II^B^^----i^-llran e ye first to the right and then to the
Sleft you see distinguished cottage honms Tiue>day's arrivals at The Ridgewood
'in the most delightful settings. Leon Despland has at last suc- wr.: \min. E. Riglby, Chicago; Mrs. J.
Snceeded where many have heretofore l.. l','ii,r (',lumbus; Mr. and Mrs. R.
murp.ssng Bauty ot Our Cottage ome.. failed, in raising, to full maturity. A. t:arrirgton. John Kenyon, Provi
t No one of Daytona's attractions, per- rhubarb or pie plant, as it is (,ci ,,,ce, I. I ; 1) \V. Norris and wife,
Shapes commands inore nearly universal only known, and will shortly have ('lii,:i;; Frank S. Fay and wife. Meri-
as 0 O NO600116" e some N0 attention and praise than does the artis- )some of this delicious vegetable (for In,('ii.; J.M. I)illon and( wife, Miss
-- ". ..- ~tic cottage. The owners of these charm- sale in the markets here. l.wi y, l.ondon; 11. E. Palmer and wife,
-------ing villas hail from every corner of the ...esh ,M4elin ires; ,all ,::t Nb.; ,. tlenningway anidwife,
SPERKINS I Tur IIIITAUI A I H country and they bring their own archi- -rres.. Fiaean tre alti, ,,- t, ( .eorg C. To ison, i.
IrISLH il WLLLINTlUON HOTL L textural plans and build upon them,and no0 seconds. or sale at the AUnti :t l.ivro Ohio; i-
..u* W %"oorCa C ,adCnra 'n, ,o !l, tl tlvro, h(;Ml
!ae HT- o a ,,CiWwhs Ave. & J*sockOl50a the architecture of onte section of theI M Ct P ar (, ad it itl, Itd Rtherford, N. .; B. \..
LaRINOTON Bi h. i r"*Wl/"*AI/t/~ 9 of ni
rt i,! C1 CAUO i country differs fromt the archite'tur] of ) >'. iiil \ Ioiiristr, Mass.: Mrs.
mi, O-tDO- N Ill.',.t_ l another so do our horres differ in out- ,),.':o f .im ise,.a :M s
em 1 i *-.-,:. t. 1 w a pot pearatsol d o ur ber uty A. N. Marshall, of Norfolk. \"a. A. S. ('u h, I1, (hicago: Mr.-. A. HI.
^ ward appearance and structural beauty who recently purchased the Muirray :l'il,',d. J:rn<.sto.n.
1 i $ from one another. There are no monoto- tsroptrty on north iBea'h .'reet, i~ I i' ("ii! L \i nous rows of strikingly similar buildings improving the appearance'. of lt i t. i ,.i.,., l hintnight.
i. l l i~lhut the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated plhee greatly by thinning ,,,n Li,
i 1 l I! ;to a kaleidosco(pic change which keeps trees l,ich darkenred tire, I,, *u-,
I the uiid wondering 'What next'r'e The barn has also been nriov [cr l I he Prince (ieorge.
jl ;IStret50and Pa0c0entn the M1ost 8nd es. *1 l back and converted i.nto a .,.- :1,.,;>,, ,t lit,,,L-' ,. P ,,ie f.r -
WhytheArcitet f te Uivesearid otit r changesarnl iirltioii,'iiit ni, ,~ r. Mr, V.. .... .t., r
!IIchose to give to lDayt ,na the. rn~ot ad- art Iii progress. ''? I, ,t,ni,.,,ir. layt,,n, 0) ; W. II.
I I l inmirable, the most picturesque natural desirable buihli ri L t~ a, S.1 .r anI "~ife, "l'tsb r ; W"n 'I'.
i 'setting of all the cities of the South isI lBach, near Auku' ,Iih uil (,h!, Ii inu :~ v. f. I eti; r. ..~dnd
II I riot rvve.'lcd but that such is a fact f,,r aLe at attractive prict~s .\Il,1, .(,ii,. ','., hor,,.
mutb aprntt herrstsprf)a '1'. E. Fitzgerald. If Ln,, ,'' ..age"ibet
11(91'i.di 5 ,000 ii oxftburvi er. t W ith such m la' wealyth ifg Mr. and Mrs A. I Il~ til, ,, 1', I Ir lnn. ( ~'re had a deligh tfui
000nura baur i ... .......e. an e... thi,.., land, Maine, \\h, arrived 31,Itii 0,t : t :rnri:,:,t J:t rni~ lit ii, the form of


tie Buslne%. and ior t e hnandu o mau to give the lim
L Loomlb wi h tIa IIi I 1.t and "'id Runnling Water and _ong r fl n 0 m L ib Lt
il. Local 111and ista n:e Phns iall Rams. finishing touches which hav brought:1 ePart, guest
op lD every. r, iu ., l.,<<,,. lii th Bath. out thLe c'oloi. an tid outlini(.s of tt ig t strangers t, i the ack
alW e G rill M usi ca r ,.e sutt'
. irl lid I el: t a season .it U ai kIl- .', i, i : I k't and glt-t.s drew
a Irian. L.t.$1. )f tI 4 tllt l li lOng .K .. vtn years aao. M a, ,. .,, ,, .., .. l .re was. a rar
LottepoflB e* GO., P" iitorM M;(.' P W the streets uith thei r vitwidl tlnargins f reufter a;1 iteal ,f u
LrMcClntock & ayficld iaafter an intterval of sc%-cr~nitvi:;,.'r:it t t a high ptch r
SMcintock & ~Bayfield, Pop. Iparkage. the entire city ber es a ndig, they e: ral! ., t,, r f Le vni.
iI" gret rk !there is nothing to e 1ual it ele a
And as f.r "pavin'ic t, iai. nnts \Ienle. ,. rl '.-e .ishiman's Address at a Ladies'


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that look and aut like graniti,--wherte
else between tit.. c? stcrun andt ct'rni
seas are so iimany miles in pr..)oprtion toj
inlhabitant.? Till s)rice unheard-of
place reports mnore and bett.r., lDaytona
threw, dt, in the gauntlet to the world.
Squirrels, F:ioers, Birds and Fruits.


W\\hatevcr one't .iurtoriIugA aInd
however initltteriint or v\e ca llous one


A Dead Bird.
Samuel Butler, tlte witty lbut rc,.:;-
tric author of "Ereh,,n." \vii< i
meaus "Nowhere." aidl oif llany itrlt;'
remarkable and sugsesilve bl.,ks. i1
now more read than during his lift-
time. He died nlu l i;i i-e ,,f 1,;
notelbooks he ttl." 11 lt i ,li;'. \ '
must hat e aru-.',l tl- h rcat .
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Seminary In Siam.
1:.::.1'! I AJ Th.nt lie la'.lit very
(1!'.. "t rt ho Ia nguage and
~ 1, I..i.Kid T dh. r-'. a things. Ilie had
Sr. -:1 dv e( 41 c, il 4L fr4 )mU iI s LuteI
%Nwcr %aith suricv"s uiatn asked the
1".% t. ~ k*i r ip Ihis b''ots.
N W. 1111,tl..i al Englishmen ii
S':in ae n4ate -t a ,s : n as cock-
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HOTEL DESPLAND)
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Now Open for Season s9 -9.i
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manaler. a
Greatly Enlarged simO last wamn. Cnisim mad Svic Fxhlleat. I
Broad Piazzas on allSides. Rooms Faumit. SUem HeaL
Every Modern Convenience. Send for Booklet.
Summer Address: ATLANTIC HOUSf, Narraganbett Pier, Ueoo ladM. i


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HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Prolrtors,


DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


Fine Home Table
Reasonable Rates


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Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,


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NOW OPEN


IKI1.: UNSHE I AND RENOVATED
THRO 'GHOU'T
Steam Heat in Every Room


SAME MANAGEMENT AS "THE BRISTOL," ASBURY PARK, N. J.
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THE BENNETT
-'2 No4 N I-rt II l ,t wd xjl' 4 \rIi4-1l>
nd First-class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths.
Entire White Service. Northern Cooking.
".'Tl."" A. H. & E. LANE, Proprietors.
I,'h 'we .$Os e. se"ssees


: THE STILLMAN
DAYTIONA, FLORIDA, D. R. STILLMAN. Proprietor.
F Iacing The Halifax. Half Ilock from Stores and PostotHice.
.Modern Improemcnt!. V% hitch Help. NortherChef ...
Terms $2.00 and upward. VWeekly Rates on application.
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T IVY LANE INN
W. W. "FOTIZ, Ir'-.,.i t!,.. DAYTON., FIORIDA
The Table. Rooms and all Appointments are of the 0
Very Highest Orade,
IIl'l,'a.-in :ii ~-it fyinihg ithe -i,,st particular people.



THE PALMETTO
WELl. KNOWN AND POPULAR. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River. i
\ l[oinrlikt- all ,f,:tath'le lom,, e. First-class In All Respe-ts.
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E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor,
I TIHE house is charmninigly situated on Ridgewood Avenue, the high
est andi mno8t healthful point in the town of Daytona. It is
very tastefully and comfortable furnished and is modern in
very respect. The vegetables :re from the Ridnewood garda,
and native fruits, which grow in abundance, are a feature ot
the table.
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A. ..iA View the Mktre el oi of
the No, r Wald.
New Tat eg b mby oat artttk
-af -f of the jam to be hid..ue&
Ia-mb (W I NNW upp my und,. with
a d A Plmure a frw weeks
o) S In an binttdfl. u hadlvId-l.
almut, a ~e.frtC. Of eomrw there are
ber s and hr a tohe Even a
regular od ft np W a cty could wear
a asprus eharm be gmolden wLt of
iW-m dppld O*r ber from a
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t a 1mmt re as, beavcm and Turicr
alau eaU Ceetde. gittering like a:
heap of ) Iew beldid a vael of spria-
Nked gal dut Bat the mtartUng. Li-
nare beauty oft N evea ti a a 1do trg.
What it there t may of a vast Ctty
where al the abhectr'e of the
8wod and some tlat were never se.u
(anrwhere else) on land or sea rub
'naboulde together? WmMld you not
think that they wvu4 refuse to speak
to each other. e ve If they didn't fight
In distrows battle dreadful to wit-
new? But go to N.?w York and see.
I said to myself as I drove about
New York that tte gay. cokrftl city
was like a huge tower garden where
the rzrd<-uer had rown his s eds any-
how-crimson bhol~ybo kA. gulden sun-
ovwrer d'"ity pirks.-Lrdet rolt let4.
tal whibtte lilies larkspur. pansies and
a tc'usamd otber 4'i4y things beltcr
skelter. leartuv tlem to come up all
arvaE eaeh otber as they chose. ant!
InEtead of the eljt1lrn:ent begin; a f.lU
are it turned out a glorious swcess -
Mr. C. NS. W liammon In Londont

Skating.
Mkatiar is belief to have been tin-
vented in bortteru Europe In prehis-
toric titoS. 1alm FItz-Stepben
speaks of it Iu I.ondon toward tLt
end of the tAelfhb century. but it d. !
rot really- atuh h:.ld uoziil the ca\a-
iters who h:ad ien tin exile with
('hartes II. l.ro,ugbt 1i with them from
hIt.lland. On lk-c. L ttIC2. Mr. Pelsa.
l;!.'I nt cK-'usionu i cross the park.
1;r-t in rmy life. It being a great frot.t,
.i! re* Iefple tlkling with their
kt:te.a. whi-'h is a very pretty art."
O.n the rth he went purposely to see
t:.e slght and again found It "very
pretty."'-- L,jdon Chrolkcle.


Incident In the Tewvperanc. Career of
Father Mathew.
in 1 '.'. %henu bn aher Mathew was
Sru.Madi.ig for totally abet neuteu iu Lou-
t4,-u. he r-atled no smual amusement
for a large party at the hospitalle
il,.Aii-I i of an IrL.h nobleman by his
attenoi.1s. partly playful, but also part-
ly scrius. to uakLe a convert of Lord
;L. ,l-tihaii.%ho rcishited good humuor-
ed:. but rest.L;utelyl. te efforts of his
te-.l-us neighLor. The incident is re-
lated by Katharile Tynan in her biog-
raihy of Father athew.
"i driuk very little wine." saki
l;rn,-ltatn. "only hilf a glass at luneh-
ei;.: -ail two half glasses at dinner.
A.\id. Itkugh mty medical adviser told
LAe I should Increase the quantity, I
re-fused to do so."
"lIe was wrong, my lord. for ad-
\ inMgi you to increase the quantity and
you wtt-e fr,.ng lh taking the small
q;uai.i!ty y.ou da," said Father Mathew,
**i,ut I have my hopes of you."
And so. after a pleasant resistance
on the part of the ismred lord, Father
Ie'.rnhew invested his lordship with the
flrer medal and ribbon, the insignia
and collar of the "new order of the
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M MIXES TOMS MR
m it it
(tOsa tnud from first P:ge-.)
of the good done by the A.sociation and
'the aeeds of the future.
D. D. Rogors spoke of the practical
i side of the drainage question, and W. H.
SEdmoeodo followed with a statement of
what the law provide in the matter.
H. Y. Stiliman spoke of the coming
meeting here of the State Horticultural
Society. To Mr Stillman falls the!
credit of bringing the convention to this
city, to which it will prove of great fu.
ture value.
'Booster" cards were distributed with
the cigars, aad Mr. Holmes ha&s s~ou
provided fcr placing in public places.
larger cards headed, I"Don't Be a
Knocker."
J H. Johnson told of persons being
discouraged from investing here by
i men not interested in fruit and vegeta-
blek growing, who thought only of the'
"tourist crop." ie saw great need of
a "Booster" organization.
The president wa-. authoriz-ed to, ap-
point a committee to confer with the
t'itv Council and Board of Trade in re-
gard to entertaining tie v\i.iting society.
and also to appoint a conarimittet- to pro-
m >te tle organization of a Boostcr"
Club along tht. lines suggcste-d by Mr
Holmes' card-:, and after a vote (of
thanks extended to him for theever.-
ing's entertainmentt. the combined pl.I'--
ure and business party &ajuurned.


Pitiful Safes.
Kits of tailors I.,st at sea are s,,>l
regularly at aucti-,u at the Ali-vrt
docks In London. The sale provide,
many a pitiful sight. NM, ft cf the l.ots
are contained in the regular s.i!.,r'
sea chest, all marked wi'r the il'Ut-e i.
the ship from whi-.h they coue. It i'l
not unusual for those \\h,, h:tvc, 1-.t
ftrlends or relatives at sea to uu'tc :*d
these auctions, and there are tiL,-:s
when the first news of such ia i s
comes through the reoguitiru uf f a-
mlliar tljek ts.

Reformed.
"I hear your su u 1-. simv'!L::g ,,f ai!
aviator. Mrs. Comeujl."
"'We!. to tell the truth, be i~s a 1 t
that way. but he's taken the Ideals.-.
-Baltlmore .wi.vri.an.


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WEEK OF MARCH 1st.

VAUDEVILLE.

Miss Ethel Talbot,


Singing and Dancing.


Miss Ruth Jester
Will Sing illustrated Soangs.
Mlis J.-4tt-r' t)r-h tra will open berv
to-night. March Iot.

Motion Pictures Change Every
Night.

INUBII U ILL LTIMVEL
Drop in and see it
Adults 15 cents. Children 1c.
Dooms rOv39r 7e0O P. M.
Regular Matinee Saturday 3 p. m.


BOWLING ALLEY.


Thte moot popular
Indoor game for


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


Aft.-rowooaaaand .-i-ning.


No. 14.


BEACH OTRKKT.


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Another predicted cold spell has
side-stepped laytona.
The High School pupils are re-
hearsir.g daily for a play they pro
pose to give.
+L-,iT -Small alligator bag con-
taining spe, tackles, handkerchief and
(oin purse. Return to this office for
reward.
This in the season for the beauti-
ful argonaut shell to be washed
ashore. Keep an eye out for them
when on the beach
*FOR SAL.E.-- A nice cottage, home
place on ir.t avenue, must be sold
at once, at a sacrifice if necessary.
Apply to Bingham c Thompson., 9.
i8 ac'h .'treet. 77-4t
The C. W. PIark Company
played "'Lena Rivers" to an appre-
ciative auJienice last night at their
t,-nt out on Volusia avenue. The
','mpany is a strong one and pleases
,ih- pe, pie.


At the regular meeting of Halifax
'(,un(cil No. 1, oval and Select
Masters. helI at Masonic Hall Tues-
,lay night. Rev DI. H. lu:ttr. H 'f.T
l.A'lellai an ai George 1.P. JohusTn
r,-,,ive, th e degrees.


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Opera House


SEABRFF.7F-


CALVE


The World's


Greatest Singer





March 13th.


4 ;,rom iI
M~lN 1Th ff~~jj oi h..
Fruit of the' *Grape Fruit and
Quality-rr~
none betwkr Tangerines.......
--ca n and bright-io cual4- or ritz?.
BOXTRADE
CIEfWill alt idTo h pp
O E H. MUNROE
GWWL'PR AND SKIPPER
e26 S. RIDORWOOO AVE.-Dsyte, F-la.


KODAK-=I

S- FpINISHING


BY UPTO-ATE METHODS,


All Prints Made on
Velox.


I.ET I'US SHIW I ,iWY
TO OBTAIN l
RESULTS FI:;>1
KODAK.


EASTMAN


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FILMS.


EVERYTHING I FO IEIll. Ix,,-
DAKER ALWAYS I\ .4l( K.


Gardiner's Art


Store.


'GAT1TEATt
Llcen.d by Motion Plctwe nStrate O

High Class Vaudeville and
Motion Pictures.
MEE LI\E 'GATO : IN WINDOW.
New Pkctures Daily.
The only kind ladies and cbildrem
appreciate.
Mr. Smith's Difficulties In Th
Shme Store,
Fox Hunting In France,
Consoling The Widow,
Caught.
MATINEE AT 3:30.


Ilrtroducirli -JEAN MO MrVAN,
t. tv Oklikt of 1Souas Band.
NiGs Loric Kfim. Pkwdm
*d nn:t- -A. rriuay s and
i4i t tIrJZV. at t3:44) p. in.


Admission 15c.


Children 14I.


Billiards and Pool.

CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Lar~cst Stock. Greatest Number bmds
Cigai s to please anyone


P. LADAS,


SOLT" BEACh
STREET.


Fruits, Candies, etc.


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SAX~INS'





ever Beach Proery
mome of m wimiwita n -
!,m m mum, r AsWMbib Club bh
I le ats hbaml OR may wvrwm
T3.R.m. rursAL


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Yews ag(o I CAM OW

for

NIle. -h o the=~Monoe
re havew. mfivommvr" I
Irs a = ii thet hew not dw-
the mblInm.


wV. P oL"f,:;g,-, of Deland, is in
*i- '*-itv ti.l:I.v.
;,Ihi ,i_ in tLe oirf is said to bei
fi.< I,, wv. i, if yV 11 haie not enjoyed i
':.,' I, ,.* ,:re. try it.
r !. c ,'i-,tr gi ,.vn List night at*,
,i'1.di HFaLii ,1I the tcongrega-I
tiii.. chu-ch bv the Christian En-i.
* ';,' *r .-, tv a a success, socially I
atr! 'n1ncla'lv. Th-y realized j
,t, .... ..::" .' i 'ii ei,j<,, ed the ev-

j', .' It AJa:,. a prominent :
'r r-i.i:,: f \\avurcmss, died
Sthe age of 48 i
-.i:s. V,:^ Aja is survive I by
Ali I .1 a tell children,
a: '. ri, are \\mni. Adamu.-, the
S;.;i-. .t::, i Dr. A.'am,.of Tampa. I
I. i.-r-. 1 'ie i fun-ral will be held
*:; :, *. .'. r,-r ,on at the A. M E.
: r. anl the burial
S.' M ii; An;\rtt cemetery.

E ....- i a the FouIntain of Youth. !
S ,* .I .0. ii.. ,<. ,.f t i- til A n
," "' "**'i *, i;;d .z > not fur-
,. ', i:s i..<.'l. 'r T!:i~n that It q
S: : rth
." t .. .' .:,i < >;; h n ;.;:, il w as Z


*ZSeSCSOS*S**e04e4


'Saratvg 114.r' L-
by day or wt-ek. Sixv,-yl r. ..i
passenger Weichbll i f.'t-l !
Elmore for charci.ci% 'i-: .
Rates rea&,uacwte.


II.~ 'I c 'Uttil, giT.
**, fr r f T t that
T', .. ~ :ee IIt-rornaide de
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nowamok,


In Ormond: `08
ctasinig .3 well furniad room ad 3
ath, mannduded by 3 areas of fall bemrim l
trs, together with all ncmcary out.mminq
facing the Halifax, is for sale on term 0 OtN


MACON THO"I.

REAL ESTA=f

ORMOND and OR"bNIW
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Iot 10 lOxS~. Orange grnve It I,' rir,g.
Seven Rooms, in gfx,1 cooni:i,;1.


Good


Price for a Quick Sale j4Aj' A


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Bond Lumber Conm
MAnFACTRP s OF
Rough and Dressed Cypress LwW
Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Cei.ing, Brirk, Limo a&d C-

Phone 3I R. J. MALI


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IOUR DAILY MhM, Q11TA .


ARMOUR'S THE NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY




Star Hams and Bacon CAAND
:... CRACKERS

Simon Pure Lard in Pails v .


AMUSEMENTS bt to.


beth frmesbd -at
Rare Treat For Lovers of Muskic Ni sGso s~md a
4-am ta aers B .I-
-- die mrU eat i s it In DmO-
The Moermans' l| .--,-- a
Comedy Musical Ac sSSS Cg y; r
Co medy .,usical Act _. ,o) ,- ,,-,,.


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