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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 4, 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: VID00332
Source Institution: University of Florida
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r Mran Wd the "Bill.Pc tum" Club from At
I: eugants.and the Tkft'Gater Cab, from
Florida ret the ec IWd to l-hV4i .
l.f Except for thArr love of hoesty,
square dealing and patridtI *m-ld
their common sere-Taft sad Rooae
S NW W IWyfS Fer the southern polaI.
Preideut Taft, from his long years ov
y. ^ the bench, has limned to weigh well
has words and shape hi. deesioms front w
all the evidence obtainable; Ex-Presi
I denut RoosLevelt weighs his words not at
Borb 4.-William all. and his action)i spring from his heal
Mib, toda) be- rgardlessof evid-nece. President Tafi
M& James School- is patient; Ex-President Roosevelt
w Yrk, Vice-Peati carctly'knows thq- meaningof the word
President Taft is deliberate; Ex-Preii-
awma in with all dent Roosevelt i impulsive. Preident
p whieh hs be- Taft exercises at gclf or oa horseback U
la Iteangwuralo- keep down his i'eight; Ex-Presiddci
itBs oremof eager RoosrcpIt rides, runs, ahootas. boxes,
babbig header wr": -:-.- f r- pL-. nr plays tanni to down
mg platform on tlh i ,;:: Ir' < toi r the loveof the
I m& pltar. sport tFe!i !fent Taft was gradual
r wap the scene ted n' Vl h I'rekdent Roosevelt
be qupieme Court. hail. i. il ..i. President Tafttips
by Preidetand the l A ..I :ii 3u 1 onda; Ex-President
in am The Dip RoK -i.It weighs 1 j0 les.
replaces, then the Mr. Taft is th( bigget President,
d'Affairs, the Sec physi- lly. out eijrhing and outmeas
h iitarn and Na- uriug Ole late Pretrident Cleveland, the i
lglutaries. Next next in size, by several pound and!
brman; the Seni- inches. He may alao lay claim to the i
a sad the Members largest acquaintance of any President,
if the Departmentb AUorernon of t~h: istratlion, for he is known in every State j AMPS
ey. at the head of i' tihe I nioi and every civilized coun- S
eral Bell. Chief ct j try in the world, lie is the only Prtrsi-
Sand Isatly the in- dent that ever girded the earth before fA
taking office, and thle only one that evet K 4A


II Chief Justice Fuller government an insultr possession of the
l~ President-elect who United States of Ai erica.
m s d rep e ts slowly --
Jlhrae Iwee words: The cool wave wafted down last
^BBtI Will foai night made the a;mospbere bracing'
l iwUil. to the beast today. The Nort i is a sheet of ict,
r v e, protect and de- i as thliis ind testifies.
of the 'United
LI-
6 lbIM-ed over the world, I T N
tCt.lir.bands play and the
i d a boat themeplved e BIG TENT
ftlb aL o the re in front of thi(

Oat Ikourfor luncheon. After|
.h II I reviews the great poa- jIS 1 P ULAR.
&Wbe d s ot spectacular in tl het It
i f West Point aind An The 'Park dramatic and Musical Corn-
|H like magnificent picea.- nauy played last night to a crowded house,
l;the 3 ,000 blue jackies.- the dramatization of that thrilling lovt
* -- IF their a.rulP around story Thel.ua, by Ml.rie Correlli.


hllB lOpdid Regulars on foi -t
the heavy artillery, with
li d guns; the battn.'l .L
i41f y, with their futln:,
Sm Carrying a gun on hi.-
I NW HBowre cavalry bani..
ef the bunch playing like
eamk National Guard re<-
New York. Pennsylvania.
l and other States; thl
S"hi"r staffs; and last, but
bi the famous Constat,'
the far-off Philipjinel,
bie ethe long journt-e fr'oll
ft ae their old Goveri. r
to the highest othice in
m&ew allegiuncc.
political clubs, to.,o "I1l-
Ihoa Pittsburg, tich:
-sw7 inauguation of a le--
ptaimiAt iencegoodn W r, white and blue u'ti-
the line; the Virgiina h 'x
.'1a turned out for the firs-t
Ir President Taft becau-e
il so long at Hot Sprin z-:


The parts were all well taken, so uii-
formly well rende:'ed were they, inj
fact. that it 6ould b.e difficult to besto-,%
prais-e on one moire than another, but
Bretto, tlin inaid, with her excleltit
Norwegian dialect, ,sc'emed to app-eal
particularly to the audience and re-
ct-ived a large share ')f applause.
"'lie company iki a strong one and the
varied and bt-autifu scenery empluoytd
in the ,perforilm nices adds to the cliiur;i.
At th maii:tiniee this afternoon they "ill
plav I tnpe-t and Sunshine,"' tonight,
* iir tlt A ii ali ll Girl" anrid Friday iight,
'a il r will also be a Ipnr-
forriiii't w iin lay afItt.rnoon; titlt itn t
yet ani' ,nui'<-l. ,( 'Atrly if yVOu dc.-ir,
to select a .-.,it

Arthur B.tal. of 'rlhana, ( )h:
spent the last itev lavs with fiten "S
at ilthe P'arkiinson louse Mr. 1;,).l
trav\t-l f ,r a ('ihi(cai, wholesale Ei~o-
rei\ liu-'ll aii t caie to Davtoniil
ov-r Sunday fr.ni J acksont-ilvhI
'iAlr'l', tiu %as alling on his traie


Vote As It Stood Tuesday Evening
IN THE BUSH & SAFFORD PLANO CONTEST.


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( couple of yoiilg negro m en becal(' iIn-
Svolved in a war of \\ord. all btcauuce of


the fascinations ,if an teoliov-hut-d ntisa
for whose ha l each a\.as a suitor.
There was uo cui t-c l. (L cui hhl 'n"
in it,no grease cards .-tacke-I.io lohtaded
cubed. tno rattle if 2 lit Iitcc's--it \va-
all about fair Juli< t.
III tihe heat t f tivi' col, t:o\'-rs' -liis
i- uo-t xl.ittei fiwntin :in int t-,r iew \\ith
the inijured, it'- :it .t'rttlr t pedI st iY.
whictrl alip!i f ill tlht us:lli i uf 1iiIilmL
c iist's-a hot !i,,,,1id Afrl-r'ii grte>. )i
lighted lamip aid lets di\-, laiilii
over thet 1 ft oitlc lf hii. ri\s l alndl i 11-
tlicting ugly, if iot lnii cit i .! \ii(tliii.i
F'ortuiiat( Iv tite t!:iti(. :i- f \tin
guishir d ,' cf,iv it -1i\ i .i itl frag-
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AMUSEMENT.


D. A. R.'S



HOLD SESSION.

The Abigail Bartholomew Chapter
D. A. R., met at the winter home of
Mrs. C. H. Raynor at Daytona Beach
,n Wednesday afternoon.
The meeting was called to order at 3
)'clock. Afte-r the regular routine busi
ness the Chapter Regent, liss Thorp
4ave an extended account of thy State
congresss recently held in St. Augustine
to which she was delegate.
Mrsb. (; Lrdiner gave ai very :ritri'stiing
paper on Colonial lome armidl (Cutomns
Miss Thorp g;i'. *i :i.t (vo'? :r'l paper
dntitk'd The Bar;l-t~ltit %v Fainily.
which wa-4 pai-ticid-trivl inrte'r-itiug .i-
,ne of the :vlcef-tirt A!iw-til l.irtliloi
mnew, is the' Patron 4iiint'' t;-e lt;iDy-
tona Ciapi r.
Mri. Clhitas. S. \ iuiing i.L\% :intl,T .ini-
ie- trtil [;pper. Tl'ht- Sill-didi. I.iFily &it-
iiiKg bacL to the etily (l:i\s if WVilliaimi
Roger-.
The ili:-toiiiU i of tile Chlap.t'r, srs. C
H. Kaynor. gave a retadjiig 4>ii Tli' %.il,
life of the President Gtii'r:ii f t1 e Na-
tiotinal Society I). A. H., Mi1. I' ntA'i
McLean. of Mary kind
A pleasant soci.il halt i 'I !''ii','\( J
(luring which tie 1o.wtr.s Xi '\ 'l.iit
refreh ineo ts.
Thie next itivetin h e\I,, l id l (1
April 7th.
This Chaptt-r pr--eriti lto 11 i if.4 :11!
yrrard of the. I ).,ut,.,,, ,.2' ii, \^ ,-


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ington's birthday, a very line .l.eei Iepi-
Ev,.:v. x,..k something in the amuse- trait of General Washington fianria.d in
utitnt lirt,, turns up to keel) the touri.t. the old colonial style.
mind ( :1 .a i/Zint.ls, thoiuht-, of cold at The enthusiasm as well of the rien.-
ion.i, dII(l kii,: whist ~bership of this Chapter i.- -'il i
l.lt ~\c(,-k the" Maryland .ImIu.leInenit creasing.
ii. ,ii, : .-trc,-t ('arniivad, ga'e Iprctty
|kl., i, fa tl.01 took some mjonvy
| I ,a. ilil l.'ft -i,:l1. w of it here in the
Ow Ith r, .I t.-;! Ifavc(oti'taoti C ILo'yC GATOR GETS
Li<,' tr...srirv ot thI e )uytoaa Cit\)
t: .,Il t \ 1,Ig c,')r li,.re fr the b ient-fit
i t ,iit i/.tton ''. Tie car rnivu i1
I 1. 2 f a I.-' 4cI-,! lt.- iali:tu bami(l. and
\\i,;,r i..L ex;i * '\ ri; i t:1 it,i lrt'.,sed in red and white
r,.- t ~w %;Iav, maitle a fair amllount of;
* il-r., :'ild a gre;t tiiiiiUtnt of noise. Jean Motl iiln, late ilIi.-t wi'h
l.x <,,rk, dl itiigcr (c.,ith day thai, j Sousa's baind is in Ii avtoina with hiis
.,:, ,ii- t wife. and Mranlagir HI,,t is If thr iati,r
i x.- c\K'>'K Ii.llry-<-g T-,uLid ha.i co iif li as l secured his -er- iii':.. Mr. M I iit an
i I .111 i: 'liiitc sojourtln. einig pl;c( I, w ill render s5ii(t i'f *i', ; : -,.', It ..
S t'., i i! ,1.1 a; l t w a' r tlhe(city hall. tih In hi.s lihre tie ie :it t.- t' ;, t. H i a .!1

S i 1:,,: aI ,t h '- i latti'r place 1 1,(' w iriii1. i 2._ I :,; : '' I 2'.


A\lin,,'n.Ju l( r aic- akiti 3 ai. YI '(
Wi 1. V.i k I t iatic Goziijauy, utl.:- inI
.ini \i-, aoi ii p tying a xvuek stand tintt lt
.ata%, ntie litaid b andare la ill''
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NoL X\ftr Seeinig Daytona.






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Modern home oin alifax\ a;ci:-
ue, Silver HBcah. at a rare Far
gain if sold this month. Bin'1-
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County Site Removal

Side-tracked.

The County Commri-lnrm PImo
Beach Under Supervision o
Sheriff, March 23-26.

The Board of County Commissiomers
met in regular monthly semion at D.
Land Monday evening.
The following road and bridge reports
were then submitted:
District No. I-Two and omeqouarter
miles pinestraw on Orange City and ED-
terprise road, and repairs on Enterprise
and Osteen road.
District No. 2-Repairs on DNLand
;and Orange City road and prisoer at
work planting grass on line DeLand-
Daytona road and repairing fills.
District No. 3-One mile pinstraw on
DeLand and Barberville road and re-
pairs to Volusia and Eldridge road, Vo-
,;l.ira FItrry and Eldridge and Pierdon
Lo,,3.. Also completion of pineatrawing
,l- rin%%od road.
l'i-c;nL No. 4-Bridge built on De-
l a.d-lI)uy,ia road, and Smith Creek
i)rid(lgt still uncompleted.
Ii.-trif t No. 5-Repairs on Oak Hi 1
:idl Tit.is\ ill" road.
C A. \~,Wood was given the contract to
;:iint (,,urt house and jail roofs and the
.,i,,r 3L,8,- as p-r specifications fur
1 10 50.
'ricw f,'lijoing resolution was adopted
.til orl' ,' rd fioreail upon the niinutes-
lie olv.'l, 'That wo-, the lkBoard t-f
County Comnisiioners in and for Volu-
.iia County, Florida, under petition filed
herein and in compliance with Section
11, Chapter 5137, Laws of Florida, do
hereb)y ..-t a.-ide the public highway
knuir; tas the Ocean Beach from Or
niud ti, MotN 'juito Inlet us a public high-
\;ayv for speed t,-sts and automobile
ir,.s ftl, mi March 2-' to March 26i, 1909.
,i '1 -i' 1 he iSaid highway to be un-
Sr tli, ,-up-r. isin of the sheriff of V'o-
..-I: ,urit v ,iuririg the time mentioned;
-.i -!, !..i\ ing full power and a-i-
,, i' ,, riai.e ~I ut restrict ions for the
.-1. .i ti' ;i',l hi i:\i y av s lhe. may dein
* i -.'i: v f'.r ti!.. .afttLy ,of the public.
'"i :,,:!i ,,iri [ v\. (, I I. luttur, of Day-
I.a, '.- gir.tirt dii the right to capture.
, ,H i r,.t, l>,r -,' i.tifiv puirposed
"l1 1,(I.t i,1 1 f (citizens of Volusi;A
iAtr! iv :i.kirn th;tt in tlectioon be called
for change in location of county site
%.as r, ceived and ordered filed and was
'f, iired 1 trt i,- Supervi.sor of regiztra-
'.,*n~ ( ,l:" !rk ,if th i.- Board for examn-
in a. to ti*' qualification aLd
i -: :,' :.!,, r if it.-i igners, they to re-
;., *: ".,r at',,jl:.g att the nv:tt regular
:,' t,' !:,. BoariL. The attorneys
,,f *:,,r !'*,r,%t w, re ordered to render a
anr i I, i;:,'i,ir a.A. to the legality of the
i .' !itt, th.r atrr e n irifting.
,- *rdi r ,l that WV. C. ('annons be
;'.,.i -,.-IUt) ijk account of balance due
;.,r: ,,i 1) t.arlt-l)aytina roadl

S\.- .\ M IRu.ssell. C'lairvoyant
,Ir. i Ii -l iri,, t.,lfikii ,,. will be at
\l._.:, ;ii :iit'l I:ak.i r St., this week
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LUEUMeIC. L atA a Circuiatse Manager.
Ij~i K ^NwLb*e at 5N cemfts -cas Latte-s .sr--0
Law t-wed asn qPcond-.bI lf .tr.
Cr r jI eembrr L 1W. at the pTomct1oMO at
... Daytouk .Pla. under the- Art of
i s9 V)" LAM mmd Si SIK AT MZI Worley, after a Mna. MarchMo.
EmburOIO EBLK with n. F. J. Mycw an Ormag
aare ...- a km reteurd Otumetouer hulme at. __________a&
St. Anguatwn.
ANTHONY BROS. *FOR 8i-Bmat Cia1 B&r IESWSW AND:
O_.StnM ACK WU^-b is la PRina ifEkem at SINW.AKNmoe, Ia
m -w,.,,,.,.m~, -- !Box 596 city. dw-It .I FFM .NUL.


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o Mr. and Mrs. A. W. True, resfiv l AI
of Goo. N. Chmberuin and daughter,
0 are visiting with th on Magnolia
' arenue sor a few wiek. Mr. True ...
is in the lumb er bumna, bein- a .
,member of theTrue&TruTne Co. of
Chicago, from whence they caie. Attao
*For le at a bargain-two gen-. rc
eratora and a Rushmore amter 0
warhlight for automobile. Apply L
to Daily New. tf


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SUt n&to MOidw FvmmS IV P6VOLUSIA (1UT
All wmo n* dam e I.I .bY Whim hIP CLS M VA0O .
CLOTHES CLEANED A'ND PRD -
AT ZVTUY 3A.0'ABLU VUftW.MEcHAT


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mod Ssm O,*wL New York
LADIES' TAILOR,
[7107 N. BeaNN Srwc. Now 14tM CAMM
DAYTONA. FLA.


1. S. HALL
Architect and Builder.


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)aytona. Florida.


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viled Profits ...... .


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CUh on hand and
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SLadies' and (jent's Fuvui* ins,
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;HAM & HALEY


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its. Oils and VarniAs

IF THE HIGHEST GRADES


rH US WFFOE TOK K~Y.


Don~t Fag to g,:t Pianov;.ket3 s eaN


)NA ICE COMPANY


ICE


Absolutely P-w
4ade rom Oim
Water.


Our Wagons make Trips kDelyj.
s Sunday. to all parts o .
SEABREEZE. ORM. ?L and DAYTO(NA
loats Delivered at anv !)o ar of Schantz Plant.




Trade Who Like Gowii
WE ARE SOLE \(/ T FOR THE
Royal Scarlet and Curtis Bros.


.Adv ertise L nle,". %N "


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I.ATLANTIC MOTOR CAR CO


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bit No. 8 Beach Street. "a t,%t a. Fla
tar
l0 g Automobiles and uasolin e Lng
HMO
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and Spark tP!u,-.
Discounts Allowed the Trac
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VERTISEMENTS


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mnellor at

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H. K. Job, who delighted the peo- FITZGIERALD & OATES
pie here Tuesday with his sphmadid' .
illustrated lecture on bird lilfe, de- Attorneys and Counsellors at La%
parted yesterday for Palm Beah. 8pecil Facilities for Examining ::-.r
where he- s to. ...... yl,, Peffecting Land Titlle.
Palm tonight, and the ilowingOfficeinCo dBudiD .. .-
night he will fill an engagement at I*f*-*._*-----I-IOOu
the Royal Poin'iana in Miami. 0G. A. KLOCK, M. D.,


Ms Ladies' Red Cross I



and Children's Educator SHOES.


THE


BEACH STREET,


GLOBE


DAYTONA, FLA.


!- i-. and bmard at The River-
st.i. N ,rth Beach street-$8 to
SI41 per week. 79-5t


Th's. B. Harned and wife, of
PhiLidelphia. Pa., are visiting Dr.
and Mrs J. &hneider. on North
Ridgewood avenue. Mr. Hamrned is
orne of Pennsylvania's prominent
lawyers. Mr. and Mrs. Harned
looked over St. Augustine for a few
days enroute and praise the "Old
Lady of the Matanzas," but they
think Daytona is in a class all by
Herself and so they will drive a peg
here.


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SEARRr.-FZE. War. 3.-The ladies o(,
trne Congn gationid church were having
great suceeezs in the sale (If their beau-
tiful fancy artidims useful article, and
P~cd sppiesvw~rrrdav afternoron !at,-:
w!.e-n the Daily N-ws reroorter cal~f3d.
11. wc~vkr iz. t.- fair was tcobe continued
thr' ug: the e''-ring a full report cocid
Irk.t fo. given unt: another daym
M:-s. Jc',.n Ball and two sons, are bere
rr- S.Lc-uis, 'lo.. and are oc~upy]Lz
Lf (,f the St.-wat r-Ottiges.
.Mr- .L M. o~"n f S-outh &-ud
d.A., aid Mi!.s L ''Dales. of (;rund
IRanids. M2i, re fspeadITng the s~etk
'.hM--.. Stepbon-
_Mnz. Ci.-nevett and little -win 1#-ft Mrjn-.
i3- f, 7th'ir (Inrp t[it efitince. t 'hir,.
I Ley et~cyed a week's vico-a iz,'the
& rmer's rt.;th-r Mr--S. 'pho.-t.
Hi. G '%,, JOn kCo todxav o 1. N V
n t t Q.Nros -3 a 6.i L,

Mr-.i. NI. VNk~s-k-rand WM---.. .s~.
ar'C .n v ix.. :7,.ter at Fl-'rt Ormdr~g.-.
v. e '~.t::g .~St ephens en la:iixx

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NEW SEASIDE INN
AND FTURNISHED C-'TTAGHS.
It It It
Everything Modern,
Homelike and Comfortable.
Directly on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.
$2 ->0 I'E-R DAY AND TUP

HORACE STEWART


D)AYTONA BEAlI H.


- I:A~1:1DA


SURF CREST

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THE WHITE HOVSE C OTTAGES,


NYT- NA BE~t If


R..r': '~9'*air.


F Doings
at Daytona
Beach

DAYTONA BEACH, March 4.-The
ferry boat people reaped a big harvest
of shekels yesterday. From early morn-
ing until late afternoon the tramp.
tramp of a long procession traveleded
Seatbreeze avenue heading for the beach
to stue the big whip-ray, mistakenly
railed 'stingaree." captured by Quinton
B Livingston, of Owen county, Ind..
from Keating's pier, Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. Liv.ongton hooked this curious ex
press of nature with a large bass book.
or rather wire l'ne with two bass hooks
attached. both of which were swallowed.
Mr Livingston said the fellow had been
playing around the pier for some time
cuttijfg the fishermen's books off; a&Lo
that he himself was something of an ex-
pert at whip-ray or sting-ray catching.
as he had landed several others while
biLg in Florida waters Many photo-
graphs wer-e made of the fish, which
servi-d for a dav's diversion.
FTh big tish was not the only item of
uLljuuai interest on our beautiful beach
y-T-zrdav afternoons Major Charies
G&ar.tz. dwarf, of Fairnield, Iowa, who is
stoeppng at The Western, Daytona on
h:. %.iv from Cuba, was there, in his
% ., -i chair. sharing in the attention
an: curiosity of the crowd. Major
i z,2. s s he i Lfor)med a Daily News re-
p rt r. is 43 years ld. and iooks even
iv-r:. 1N.gris 30 peueds, and is Ii
S.:..es tall Hi- developed head and in-
t.: #e*e S:ringly cntrasts tU. r-
4-. **~~-. -'i : Fa t of t bo y.4
M;.~ iact. who ,a& been viit:aig Mrs.
c.rI Seabreeze avenue, two
;* pa,. has returned to her huait',
PL -;th Rend. I ni.
J-d Mrs. o of Lima, 0..
a::-.v"! ithisi ?etk and have taken ruonus
C, at-. avenue, at the Carter home.
V. DU.:.r.z; who has been visiting his
:_ St 1-e Scheid cet.tage, k-axe to-


OrA for Mri'cn, 12d
.:r ~a.. Mrs John Camden. who have
-r; .,:, of tle winter in the burg,


*PHYSIciAM AND SLI(3EON,
*SA-s~ociat&-d with K. M. Fergu.son. 14. (1.
ISpecial atte-ntion *.n~'-n qI .r-'
t h, Eye-. Ratr. N"-. d: '
-)flc HTour*~: 7. to *.


E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
Esipet-cLa. tte-it~ot4oflT %I -
Thru&.t ed '-.
Fourth Door V% cit Pototffice


ROY HOWE, 31. D.:
Physician and Surgeon
fexA Aventue. opl- X'i.-wv 40
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SEABREEZE SANITARWIUM
OCEAN BWLLE' IRL)
SEABi1JEEZE. -F,,"',
Rooms 'Larp. q12 T1L I,
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SC. C. BOHIANNON.
'Phys'ytcidn mand .Smirycon, 0


D.41TONA. FLORID-%.' 'r


DR. F. Hi. HOUGHITON:
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Hi. EUGENE JOHNSON.
Bicycle Livery.

Bicycle Supplies and Wcpair,!.
Comme and See.
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THE IL[LI6TON HOTEL
Cor. Wabal Ave. A Jrte- Beml.
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A Busio t~p inems and
010L Mommew w I h but h
aslugi. Local and
ph..I in eveFr room.
L--w (%We Ortil Mtisit,
I iS 1orM*d 0oon8mer~le I
sw w" 1 0lan. Hates. S1.fN
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p H. IR n(lxtId ,t iR cot if
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n.ot &nd Cold 1Rning Waiter amd Long
sLN1aw:e 'Phones i n ml Rooms.
nal lHcolii'. 11) with H aktt
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4T PAT TI WAY.w oo

beakupthatCold


FRI RACY9I
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* series, but as you move along and cast
a an eye first to the right and then to the
. left you see distinguished cottage homes
* in the most delightful set tings.


Surpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes.
No one of )aytona's attractions, per-
haps commands more nearly universal
attention and praise than does the artis-
tic cottage. The owners of these charni-
ing villas hail from every corner of the
country and they bring their own archi-
tectural plans and build upon them.aiind
ab the architecture of one section of the
country differs from the architecture of
another so do our homes differ in out-
ward appearance and structural beauty
from one another. There are no monoto-
nous 'ows of strikingly similar buildings
Sbut the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What next?"


The ladies i f the Ch, istian church
wish through the Daily News to ex-
tend their sincere thanks to Mrs. L.
Adler and Mr-. \A.S. Gemmil for
the material assistance they gave in
making the s( cial and supper such
a success, and to Mrs. Ensley, who
gave great pleasure to music-l,ving
souls with .er exquisite voice, ren-
dering several selections, and to all
who gave of their time and talent t,,
further the good work.


*Fou SnI.I- A nice vottaLge,, lii:1
place on 1' irst avenue, Imust lIe S',li
at once, at a sacrilice if ni-'cs ir\
Apply to Bingliam, & Th,, nl's,-i. ''
lleaclh street. 77 It
:Wanted, to coi, res pntd \vitli I ,11


Street* and Pavements the Most and Best. lit'S iIsite'estt'ei ictn ln1.1i L ric +c
Why the Architect of the Universe )a na or Beach. 11
Chose to give to Daytona the most ad-
'mirable, the most picturesque naturall~lI)esirabl, li' nii't I If t
setting of all the cities of the South is bleach, near Antiitcc. ,1 il .' j i'l II
not revealed but that such is a fact for sale at att ractLtive pric- .\ i
must be apparent to theo t most superficial o T. E. Fit/eail. t
observer. With such lavihi wealth (If
natural beauty it ,tca('ne an easy thing
for the hand of man to give the little Will Sing and l)ance at Crvst l!.
finishing touclhes which have brought T".ho.-e h1, I:avt' 1,"t -*iti t: 'i't
out the colors and outline s of thti Iig souhr-ttv. Mli s Etii 1 "l'ii;j)t, \\: -
picture. the ('rystal "lheattr thi-' wef-k '-
Man did all this in tlie laying out of not fail to attcriten tile -!,'ow hbf.'. '
the streets with their \\ilt- margins of ends hir eng:t ueniut nt tlhr. Slit -
parkage, thic entire city Ibcom es a ,f the be-t singi': l iiil I Iiri,' d -r.--
great park bretts ever seen in I:>\tia .rta i 1, r
And as f,,r ,\.avniets, pavements o movement n tlie -t.tie are Il., *
that look and act like granite,--wlher' of grace and prp else between tthe e.atc-rn and western fancy steps are tclaulifuil. N,,t '"
seas artc so lmiany mIlI's inl I)ro)portion to the little I:ul N lv \\i i- ,,t 'it t
inhablitan t.-? ill some unhicard-of teens, a fine ilctn ccr. u i: i r- :u t
place reports monire and better, lPaytona Imarkable voice which.il can i-'- :, ::-*
tinrows down the gauntlet to ttie world. farthest eiw.l of t hi' lirige hIli :.l :.
Ssingiug of late an l plpul cr ,'- '- >-
SSquirrels. Flo- ers. BirJs and Fruits. f t n i c aif fa eat t, ,(,f u,,r :t i.


WVhatever ont.'s shortcomings and
however inditTc-r,,nt or eve, callous one
may be to many things, tlhe mere men-
tion of "'squirrels and towers, birds and


Cleared His Douj'-.
A well kn,\\ :i
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The Prince George.
\Wcdnesday's arrivals at The Prince
(Itorge re: S. F". \Vilbr., Boston; N.
1K. Morga;ni. Hartford,t Conn.; Mrs. F. 1.
(',iiit-ll Ann Arbor, Mich.; Margaret 1'.
J,:ies,\ V. 1,. Engelhardt, New York:
C' 1-. \VW gner, Sandusky, 0 ; C. M.
Ki.lty, I)cla:id; W. S. Rice, wife und
O,rI. ('hlicago; S. (C. 'Woolmaii n and %'ifc-
.Nt- Jci-cy.
l'i,', ro prcr.entativcs of the Chilt's Ac-
tor i c;:IUu. gave an entertainment at
l i.c I'rince (;George last night. receiving
tt.i, lairgct (ct',itributiion received since
th',it .-,j>',rn in this section.


Schmidt's Hotel.


I 'ic ;rrivtls at SchniilJt's Hotel ou
\\Xc! estcl ayv werc: Mrs. ; L. Turton.
lBr,,,klvn, N. V.; Mrs. N C. tlowes, Mr.;.
('tc; i liius Christiancri and son Port Or-
mi1gt,; Mr. and Mrs. John Kalle, Mrs.
.Ih 0, I l:id,-rs Mr. and Mrs. I homias 11.
.A. Iiitc rinanun and children, Mrs. It
Ira,,y, 'Mrs. E. I'. Interrnann, Brooklyn,
\. Y., Mr..I. Sipert, G. Seipert, City
I-l.4i, VN Y t. 1 ('. Cherry. Baltimore;
\. 'I 'i(kt ;aridl \\Ife, Mt. (;ilrod, ()OLio,
\';i .J hrtiri.n ,Jr., a(nd wife, ('harles C.
( ,ins. Nt w \ Y,,rrk, II. ''. M. Lachrin.,.
a, ;l .... fr ix i.i, ; 1C.-. ('t .,'*[ v lmdi l \% if,.
'1 t., '!.1;>,'- .\A ,r l .t.ague \ ill gi\k tmll
c t tt I: g t i'glit .'at S trtir ilut'>
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u,,,ISTAKE.


The Way It Was Explained to Her by
the Clumsy Man.
(V to t:w fa-t Cthat t!.e, c:!r Ilrch.
i'd Zuk~.ikit :i) a1, L ~ c pa S--i1c alongg
tht'- 1 roi~i-cs.4ai V. Is d('i-vvtd of
Ili- Ni.ttrc. wtlii (l ii r-.-;ult that IIn
lt t'll It c it lg to Sa cv le c'. f froini fail
Ut k anl.cdamIik(-wouliatc who had u-
Ct'-edi(Ii!1It t re liug a Sk-:t. More% e*r.
hi k tI;l c tier h h c-r u iviful hat iariv
% nd %%i-Li rea utility cuty ided Istep-
pi iLcioiher 11Cc-,.As he 'surt-eded(' lIn


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Now Open for Mio eIso-0.
L. M. WAITE, Owner ant Manager.


Gnatly Enlarged since last sermon. Cuims and
Broad Piazm on all Sides. Rooms F.Wsits.
Every Modern Convenience. Senmd or


Service I~"etleet
&sm HMet
Boockle


Summer Addres: ATLANTIC HOUSe, Narr1mnels Pier, Rhomdt Iesm


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4 Fronting on the
SHalifax River.



Schmidt
4 Formerly Schi

HENRY SCHMIDT &
4DAYTONA,
Fine Home Table
Reasonable Rates


Detrie Llghb mand
Modm Improuvsae s


'S
midt's Villa.


Hotel


SON, Proprietors,


!w Wd_ __ _OOrS |At anoa d_ parade and tAe -
tirta806b 0 ao is s free as tbe pure artea
S ?L 9-ru i Ul.rr l water from thetbousand flowing wdls.
.Oned. ym-Per aiag giorim is t I a sotiuo show with consMtatb The Dempland
____ L__ _pnbW. beaeh. No me who shiftngsene. You will probably catch T
p S S44M fMlSSD eevr st feot nmm its smooth, Np ed h spirit and wben you do the roads The following new guest arrived at
o-l A oe a who ierpedried and the beach are yours. The Florida The Despland yesterday. F. W. Taylor,
I I1 A I over withxpense; no one who ever inshie is free, the balipy ocean Indiapolis, J. D. Brown, Ccalo;
--A -- t(e INo pinof their stfl P mi ad flower am free, the sparkling Jese Caull, Northport, Long Island;;
B O the I ix River. tta fountain water free and you will have ias Emma C. Burr, Long Ia land;
e -. __ h r s.te.ea h iUh poer -utono- to go down In your wallet only for coin Joseph Bailey Mn. Bailey, Anna G.
SI RE, PIr pretor. con bi f re- fo0 the auto and bed and board. Bailey, Ella R. Bailey, Wm. Bailey,.
IWON. Rooms WI iale Dr En Suite with wahid and urf-packed mnd but real- Thih B o fanciful picture; it's all ew eork.
Fllda Table of the beat of evythirag isedthat it Is a world-beater, a world- here It I drawing other thousands
mrable the service will permit, given oi wonder. Go sand upon this wide and h.ilding them enthralled, It will The Palmetto.
speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and hold you. Come and see. a
y in joy a Late arrivals at The Palmetto are: A.
ia oonectron with the hotel. Storage b by joyou mood, and answer whetherreand amil Akron 0.; J.
arrangements will be made with guests thi- Is not one of the seven modernm ;-*** M. Pill.ore and family, Akron", 0.; J.
wodes 100 o Brickwoldt and family, Dolgville, N. Y.;
w OL. D. Williams F. K. Burke, Quincy,
....................-- ------ 0, The P S t. Prictiy M Rie. i Mass.; C. A. Sessions and family, Pa'-
*******Where think you Is water with more L I myra, N. Y.
__________________ pictures surrounding.? Nearly a -U .. --_ -- Prof. Bennett Springer, magician and
mile wide, fringed with tropical regeta. Kodak SlhlOma caricaturist, gave a pleasing entertain-,
The M "ineapolis tion artistic cottage. with roomy ve- :8 Kodak Shop. 0
I[I 4 e "'"p l "-" ''wds ] sruc, eottageL rata roomy ve- 0 ment in the hotel parlor last evening;
S ran dVns.. Lm. s ==ft1Tu randa's looking out upon her bosom, 0 We are not Portrait Artists, nor which wai greatly enjoyed by majority
RA-T -5-$. 3t$.* PER DAY. which was greatly enjoyed by a majority'
OP UcWIALB AT=wT W E., gamey food fishes in countless numbers ,9 are we Art Dealers but 10 years of the guests.
2 1--mSaevrnl~ Stt. Phone kM beckoning, as it were, to those with rod. of close attention to the KODAK- __ue .
J. P Iw. IIAle. P.. MIAMI. n and reel; her bosom flecked with duck ERS needs has won for us the
ls -* -and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, 0 enviable reputation of being The Bennett.
FIr which sit about as if for the sport ofIC D Recent arrivals atThe Bennett are:
SFor Comfort, bobbing upon her waves; watch that FIRST CLASS riNSHERS,. Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Lewis, Miss j
SFor Plsure, lubberlyy old white headed lican pch anyone desiring good work and Pardee, New York; Charles W. Bell'
For a Rest, a fat bullet, and that fish hawk trict attention paid to their or- Rowayton Conn.; Capt. and Mrs. Dun
*0 eiDeoignPrin i gling upward with his floundering load si atnon pa to er or-
he matches d from the water. ders for Developing and Printing, can, Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. Kimberly,
e ndced ill get it at LESESNE'S KODAKo I New Hlaven; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Knapp,n,
1 E I See the beautiful launches, sp an PLACE, the only. shop in town Poughkeepie, N. Y.; W. A. Phelps,
S'P ar.o p, their hampers and locker that makes the Kodak Work a Grand Rapids, Mich.; Mrs. A. M. Ar-
i Prorto.Prpretor, t C t with refreshments both solid an liquid n a 0 ..
a 3 Moda a -d ai fa s o Ifteeh 0 o h a Specialty. nold, Miss Arnold, Rollin D Arnold,
ACCOMMOC I .Dfr a rue her eautful All work finished in 24 hours,-12 Mount Vernon, Ohio; Mrs. Florence S
sn1 ---as-- urfae Take out your field glass and ho
----e hoursif necessary. Nelson, Courtland, N. Y.; A. D. Young,
sweep the river from Ormoud bridge to Dillon, Montana
SPonce Park light house, then say in
H o tel Palm Beach." whether the Halifax isn't a thing of L rr r
S beauty and a joy forever, and one of o Ridewood.
> Rtfi,(i;rantdl (cutlion. adjoinss Famous "Pon- the modern wonders. ^
Wcted to mt.--Tropl hours further kMouth by. trln or boat that oou" ThI BKLntlly Pictureqle Ridgewood ... a i
rte Ika ton&i Pain lmliatch I ot Ilut lands at Hotel Beach Mtrt-t, n.tir; kl Av'.., 6 wood were: J. E. Rickett, wife and
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest (,f 0 ..child, St. Paul, Minn.; Mr. and Mr. w '
i-i ----- -***m********** bra .r.idge. s th cro a DAYTONA, FLORIDA. chili, S t. taul, Min., Mr. and Mrs. v.
a**- broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, A. Marble, New York City; iMrs. D. S
---- .......... .... mid the w ide-spreading branches eof the o x*teir- Hen person, Aiken, S. C.; Miss Robert-
St. Augustine, heavy-trund live-oaks extend their son, Warrenton, Va.; John Kendig, F..
0 Florida. giant arnis across this magnificent vista, A. Rakestraw, wife and son, Mrs. I. L..
ed. All Modern Improvements. forming an arch, and fro Shoemaker, Philadelphia; F. M. Rak-
. ACCommodatins for "300 us ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss 0i ztraw To.l- ..Ohio; Arvile.. Pelton
a Accommodations for 300 Guests sway as the trade winds from tropic seas ad vwitfe. (',orinaut, Ohio; W. L. Henry
AVY. OiJan.ltto1ylt. Write for llus- fan them. Looking straight head down. .ord, owe and
t,-I*,(Booklet a a d ..-ife, C. U. Lord, F. L. Howe and
S. thi white shell street otle has the im- I i l.- stun.
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THIIREI ARE ENOIGII GUESTS WISH-
ING TO REMAIN TO WARRANT IT...


E. D. LANGWORTHY,


- PROPRIETOR.:I
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Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,


D)AYTO(NA,


- FLORIDA.


- .--- NOW OPEN
RI.H .HNISHED AND RENOVATED
THROcGHOUT


Steam Heat in Every Room


SSAME MANAGEMENT AS "THE BRISTOL," ASBURY PARK, N. J.


THE BENNETT I
"2_ N.cr1h I (l't = 'A ii< .\i ir'c "
Modern and First-class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths. *
Entire White Service. Northern Cooking.
uld R-ort. Tha,.i-'c..cm- A. H. & E. ILANE, Proprietors.
iiid...M M0_rbrbi.-*sl.o esi $0660.r.?


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THE STILLMAN
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, 1). R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
SFacing The Halifax. Half Block from Stres and Potoftlkf .
Modern Improvement,.. hitch lcip. Northern Chef.
Terms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application.
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The Table, Rooms and all .Appointments are of the
Very Highest (irade,
I'leanir anm sati.-fyvin the ii',st particular people.




THE PALMETTO
WLL KNOWN AND POPLLAR. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Overlooking The lk-autiful Halifax River. 0
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WEEK OF MARCH Ist.

VAUDEVILLE.

Y iss Ethel Talbot,
Soubrtt. i


T is me"g oo ow a [a it inmad= to6aw ho to
-T ue tTen w kw a dio( wbwe one is Av
ade m. doit wedmi 6owede. Eve-,
Irbo bws IDoriy Doddr She but kshe cuit get any
Sfrom ha o- -C a" Ac sm ke knowie.

iU? i. B rtAILET ANI 'N
t routes in the Bu--b-safford Pinoo contest.


CHINESE METHODS.
Wfy a SOb-, nke4y Paved, Was Ter
Up by Of6ciai Order.
tMonnir. French A;ila:ii
traveer, rocbhed !or the truth of the
fklowi g story f bow his friend.
Hop Sing. a ma4 of mean and r.-
Lfemnent was on ote ocasi,,o ,orely
vk-timIzed_ Hop Sing lived in ,be
street of the rouitd com. as un-
aBrory ad as ill pared a street as
any In all Pekl. The local manda-
rin was an Intlrn, frerkd of his. and
Hop Sing aralled himsif of this
frtmdahip to prwu the mandarin to
have the Ptree paredrd Certainly.
at one-. The meu would be at work
on It before Hop ilng could get back
?! ;-:--. A e-.k pa-sd. tben another
rL-iL aDd so on until. in depair. Hop
Sir.: deternmi'ed t, have the street re-
I .Lred at hl: Oown expense. The work
v. sati"ib .::rily completed.
These umrriae of Hop Sing waa om!y
cua'Pd Lt his irdignarlon whbe on
,r:;..--.L Z, O Er nrnlng be found a
g'z- f c-lies u- bearing the newly
f t- r 1 rre.t lsa surprise grew
v.h1n. he b.'ard firm the mandarin's
,,TT "!-q thtt tLe men were there at
*"Y ;- .... -.- Cdeer trfer." said tb
i2 .LLrl.. *'I am exie'ting the bead
'7.7'-',"r ar 'utd t're inl a few days.
if b r wrre to ee the beautiful
r:"'-aent yonu hanr. laid down in D y-aur
s: .%-t be w. u,d c',me to the cin .3
-l -n tht tbere wa. m L i.. l ai'ureld!F bleed every x in
In =.y hldry This would wean mwy
rula. I,.n't you se. why your pre-
metit re::':." r ut cinie cI,? It cost m.
one f tu:e *- !-i ene my por't I d.-n't
wtr.r t., ,;.: ,9 a ;:,-:;h r In kepieng I'
THE CLERMONT.


First Passage by Steamboat From
Now York to Albany.
,7i : a. S- tt* exart day is a
z-t!'.k! t- tr a4 Sage by Ste-rn
'.% t., Ait.sy The eis-
*tC. !-fc-'L:*t Its55 than I'.' mL-,F.
t l.irt'-t ', oyurs. a
i .I.-j ..i at IiumW4I in speed.
Tui:' the r-asilre between
;'-2.~.. :rer:el f-ur days.
I -a d experimented
'n Iara. a but the Cler-
.-: ~t ba at he lenatructed
.. .tt i s be (ou!d not get
C 'i :, d In this vountry
S:- *-ne fr.Cm England T4e
s%: r z re-n strutted In the
z n r T~iaz it gave mere
-~ -~ ~ '~'- ~ U.Sto tr'ir-
ar*.- 1WPI. wLI b was
e -u tar travel by
u r~ade It a Potint to
ii, tilr cm ~hbeduled
` >.Y en' ugh. a p1ortLn OOf
*.(.*)#1fij .'f this. It was
C r.': al..n In the summer
s,' -r' r -t acPstomed to It.
Y l.'a-t hr1 been beld for
I' rn: th- rhuest of pmewn-
r -1 -nt rer.dy Fultnns per-
C,~l 12 a arnr'rai before
c d.-Ana-1-:da Stand-

A Fair )ffer.
: 1,? i. 0.h;s L--L wat. t: ug
: L.- f FT.. fjliurec f.-r an buur
'i-i !s::A L-W 1. Mt nbatIs i t.o'
'..z.e a i.-Jel at, a start as far
aG eix f,'ie L' 3.ou kin have one at
ruc."--lif.


The Usher Woke Up.
At a err-xa -. uyc..urr the judgt.
is In his prlrzte capacity a kind heart
ed man- The uwber of the Curt I
agrd-very. aed-Lto as he had beev
a faithful a.?F'a ..r many years 1w
was retained IL t"'r ccaps-ity. One
mvrninug Le frila t.- i, (-uurt azd
tst to '!";r. e e nakse be maJe
L;;T;?~ Cj~;?: ......,urt proceedf~np.
but rLe ju..%; -(!:-: 'ie great ta-tt iL
*Is...xr Jr'es" tL- ca5-d out !.Iud'-y.
"clec t I' z. .lrizgo'
i:r -,,rut 1,cI;s;~~l l


be L r:.; iil hCAuL::",;- I

Wuthaiut Imagination.
rv A- f I 7'.1i:ii1 %---r Tc'& ',-U-
t'-.S r.:.n OCt a ai't~zer waggitL dis,."-i-
t' ts vih-.9 1- nn-:-dj that thi *wife hda
At diLn-r rqrie rJ!;tht be cLanced to
Mnenli%. a tTRai.- ciruzumstan'e he had
rea-d In the evenIng paper ('U his way
bhpm.. A Iaassenger on a transatlantic
#teaier had fa'ien -.r!r-R-d in mid-
c--ean and had never bo-nt -.een agsin
-Was he drwn--d* asked !'e wife-
-Of course n awttwerd the ir.e-
p.ressibtl hubby. "t-ut be sprained LIF
ankle. I bclerellerp- -LI; ; j tt.


Huartloo Gamblerm.
The rage fvr gart':'!."z at t'hi.e'
and Aimack -, ':ut.s kI I.*tudcui in ,..iet
days led to, mo: r .n'ragpous Lte'iug
aa to whi -h Wa:r-.e telis whit h,
(1:ls a g,'d tale: A man drr.p;,-d dvwi
in a fit before the d,-or ard was .ar
tried inside. The :ul. in;::,!:.ly r:.., bets as to wbtlti-r Lte r-..,;', e:.1 ...-
not. and when a d.--" r ,-,i .". i:
to attend bh! Lis r-:.;::r-'.i. ,',r.
Interfered w:Th l.y the rl-;,:. -r, ,.


CflU%4' they sid. tL(-f n-'(u .!
the e airne-v *'-f the l~


No Hury.
& @A~ h-'''~iL.
Sa n. t-. u- u 1:. t
"but I'd :I ..
tul: grW-,n l a::..-. ni1. .- ,.:7
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Didn't Agree Wit" HHim.
"Y,.U '~~r ;ev- 7 .,~
That v1 *~-... ~zre ".:. n
f ~ Ii *CVCik-f.~* *
ala .n h r -,,,q r; -I i. :


Singing and Dancing. j


,liss Ruth Jester
Wil Sinr llustrated Saor. i C A


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Motion Pictures Cbange Every
Night.

NUNMBEI ON[ I TlLS IEEL
Drop in and see it.
Adults 15 cents. Children ICc.


!"mltok- I(.R' 46T AT P. M.


".Vgtlar Mati~nee ,Saturday p. m.


BOWLING


ALLEY.


Th.- ynr,-t popu!Ar
L1~4) ~iII~for


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


Af-rnoon and ev nlng.


14. 1t.


BEACH STREEr.


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I LOCAL ITEMS. I
$***.* *600* **Gess**44**,**
I-t-B.la: k br',.cL with white
^. -!irrU-IIj b6y two gold ser-
.'. i' reward. 'eturn to
i .!-euojl Hutel. t
i l.r U,1 Fish, I liriJgepcrt. Conn,,
S.-Yte f the estate ,f tfhe late I*. T.
;trr: rm. aas a gut.t at ti;e Parkin-
-n loruse last 'Aftik. He c.;nte net-r
;r r:. M,-ant Dora, _-: n. raiin-i iv a
:r-: .i, Mr. Fuller.
'\\Trr.!--Ex erie ce- bicycle
'- .ir man. Dunii br tB-:s. 79-2


Tt.e 'ie u'f9f S.:iarat.

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T 1 -;- Mark Tw`in i





Easy.
k -": ( ,e'.,--r I r
JaC k-TL? t.'i~rpC:: :&:..r s~i4( I WA.l
.ar a CA' R-2e---bld x, ;:-%
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y*y: -1 o-an tasi!b te a blond 1-y that
-!:ie. JaAL.-Skercth.


The -'orld's


Greate-t Singer





March 13th.


Whaum ta (b as
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'GATOR THEATRE
*~;) h v Motion P\sx-tare Ptv-nt-CtU.

High Class Vaudeville and
Motion Pictures.

New Pictures Daily.
TP, or!v kirn-i idies and m bildrmn
appr('iate.
Too Obliging,
Tribulations of a Major,
and other Pictures.


'U~7\FiAT


Rare Treat Frr Lovers oi fIiazic

The .)'oermians

Comedy Musical Act


Mi-i,, Lottic klier. Plaist.
= .~I ~ P ? i.


ChilJren ICc.


KODAK-I


I FINISHING1|


SBY UP.TO-DAE METHODS,

S .A Prints Made on




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EVERYTHING FOR TIHE : -
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I Gardiner's ArtJ


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Thbe Storm Nose at GM
turk -st4e namL e fstoirmn Dom
ee;-~'-frNa.~. i~ ~veD in WGermany to
t'.~- c. ti L:2~ tdir~rn c pressure
n' s ;r'-'~ 0 a storm or a
L a'-. The t.-rometer ritsev sud-
---v "--- 031".3 mre graduafll.r
Si`- *;' i t 'his pni.'- xnenon is
r-\: *.-: !*r 2.~iten 4 an,-es in thte
.-*:o a *,erv jt.-.n.s on the
-~ -,- *~iz It. rimark hare led to
r ;T'. i the change of level
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REAL ESTATE j1a
BARGAINS 5





Silver Beach Prpery
Pavue mand vmestproper". o KHA&3Z
Avvr ew. tbe Antebii NClub oftw. d oNo
Foris* at a bargain n O44Y t-rus. NSNAdtn1
T. z. FrmazaAmi. amoog a
0 KAIM
Year ago I easI






il aa~idlt lwe. is ak -av's o

,otb~r ood veiowson te mw )4- m bom: eal"
i ofbershave or maesosev v p&iT p.dAt and cejwouj4 wIvtg
Lotsmas P1 ip t ba t brV we
both coth I srumeb c om- P4.1y iwuaped..
TWO PJ T sood elyr. dtsid t dw" Wj





h- Faimetbo avem acU6- or IL
--oneat thm de orn"abD ay-, an rev- aa
ton; M cotag 7.roomas. ib. o ;both;mSa
allGaebornvela Pr e.er. r
a at that .Ityo ut oJMo torr
e W ao a&the p-Pny.
SGoor e C. M.ngha-. City: or
Rengwa&Tbopooo gats
k~L~ od tb~I* irg the d--2t]6 eY; QI I






In Ormond: G wirg' 1fb. d IV
retaining -4 well furnished rooma ss, elr~
both&, surrounded by h. aires of biiI be-arziic s o-a Amdj
tnees, together with all nevr*'.trv wi 't -i'aaI 1ie
Laying the Halifax, is for sale *u ;evrm3vsalt.ai

I MACON TIIORNTC


REAL ESTATE


ORMOND and ORMOND


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Rough and Dressed Cypress Lumber,
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Phone 83 R J M.ALBVY. N


SPECIALTIES OF THE CONRAD GROCERY COMPANY


I (IR DAILY MARhl1 P1JION -S:

ARMOUR'S THE NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY'S




Star Hams and Bacon CAKES AND

n ure Lard in CRACKERS
Simon Pure Lard in Pails Xs'Fr-ir Ai ,


Aui fBthe I[ AES r:'l, Billiards and Pool.
.hi.,, Grape Fruit and i
I arunty- ff r-
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BOX CITU E 11 w: at t cigarsr s to please anyone
Prlc, -. T .or. .
U.~~ iiH. MUNROE- P. LADAS. STREET.
(ROwER AND SHIPPER
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