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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 8, 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: VID00336
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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"'WHO CORRUPTED THE STAGE? SHE DONE IT!"


BLIZZARDS


RAGING


IN AUSTRIA.


Mrs. Harriet -. Ford, wife of George
C. Ford, of Cleveland, Ohio, died at Or-
mood Saturday oight of abdominal hem-
arrhage, the reult of a fall from a horse
while out ridin; Saturday morning.
Mr. ad Mrs. Ford have been sojourn-
I C at Ormonc. and while out riding
Saturday morn-ng, i iis said, Mrs. Ford
released the rejis for a moment and be-
fort Phe could recover them the horse.
prc):blv in <;p .,y)gan to jump and
rear tliroiiig .Ir.-. Ford to the ground,
the fall va'iRsi:tn tli:injuries which later
resul'Ce in Iitit i ,'uth. She was but 29
year-s of :qo'
lii' r,-iiaiIs welt, shipped to thehome
of Mrs. Ford's parentss at Newark, N. J.,
for ii, "erment, accompanied by Mr. Ford


THEY WERE


PLAYED OUT.


The Park" Dramatic Company, which
played under crnvas here.last week,
folded their tent and drifted away to
pasturs new urda night after pre-
seating to a deIded audience that soul-
stirring, hair-raiting: elevating(?) drama,
'Tracy, The Ottlaw." The staging of
the play was superb.(?) the actors seem-
ed to be out for a holiday and the Whole
performance was a dream-no, a night-


mare-from beg zoning to end. The com-
pany haw, the reputation of giving some
good plays and why they should stoop
to such barn-sto-ming work as was pre-
oented Satijrd.ay night is a puzzle. That
unreioned but e::pressiv,' slang phrase.
"',htten," most fttingly describes their
performance of.' Tracy, The Outlaw," a
drama trnnsfoi n ed into a roaring farce
It was high tin.e for the company to
pull up their tent takes and move on.


*aad Mrsu m lasted a little I l'loridials clstewhere would do well to
cut out tile last half of the week as the
IL* sas at half and yet iW. P Co. pit on everything they
Sr atentiot and The con-' have north sect'i z in the beginning and
,m" .... degenerate itito the ranke-t sort of farce
IM7IM was vo-m rditheslast.


Won -VU ......-sM toard tie last.
It is, a two-day aggre-gation trying to
papoke wwy encouragingly make week stands.
tlughbou t his diocese,
fl.ramt and entertaining
hh arn mong~be Sen.i-
"A T TIE
L .d...-dr, who sought
my being called i I YSTAL."

I M-sodist church at tlhe
be s secrament of ,-:1p- t
1Mh ld to an infant ad i i aleilh and t;i igh, the vaudeville.
lps a and girls w,'re re- team v ill be seet at 'rystal Theatre to-
ilburck. night eId aill w '-,'. "To'night they wi l
present "I)'. ?b Il.,ut." a comedy play-
d i. ,n t let, different fronm the usual sketch
willb aian.l 1t1 Il tealisi; ailo using their own original
I will 0if l pil< a r protdiert in nill thn late popular songs of
Sa Dr. Sehleider, "t I
'Wa li < h' aeday. Th.i e people Iiust e seen to'
be appreciated
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P11M BUMS & SAFFORI PIANO CONTEST.


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STRIKERS ON


THE RAMPAGE


WOODBINE, N. J.,
hundred strikers raided
Hat Factory today and
ensued. One man


March S-Four
the Woodbine
a general fight
was seriously


wounded and a score of other
by missles. The raid was the
the'refusal of twelve me-n to
strikers. The riot closed the


rs injured
result of
join the
Sfat tory


HIGH SCHOOL,


ELKS ARE IT.


The count of Saturday night inl tr!e
ush & Satfford 1'iunri ('pntc-tt -I.,\'wcd
that the race from now uoni uil Ic a r:ce.
with time At the rate the: Elks have
been going since tlhe-v tntci cd the ,on-
te,-t that O(lder w\V1ii rolablyv ovt'rt;ake
the D.)avtItai h lligh.Stol soo(w.rci later.
iHm\'ver, tlihe cont.t li a, !ess than three
wct'k.s inw t4, run ai!,j the lligh School


c3 1 liktl elykee) t )its ace thatiUUU L I
longer The lalIt cnint iz y.- t!,. t1
SHOE STRIKE School a ote of ovr t i ,u0 ;t,l I the
Elks a vote oif over 97,000 The Illilift \ f
Ritles and Easfitern Stars >ein to, be fall-
ing betlindl. but thie ti u i.vor c.,t 1,1:. IN SMOKE$'-L
hMAY END@ I lihe rest of the \ote, Ic,,th iti :and tut W,:
I A ct'haniig<.s in thte state ,!i'.. il. 'ir'l,, .... .1
0 i'~t, ... }>OS>., M,., March s --rfe\-u
L. NN, Mass., March S--A Ccifer- Cards at \Mrs. e i *i.-:tl \\.tbound letters were con-
ence in session today n>ay end the .s -'i'nir'I in ;i !:te start,-d by an explosion
strike of the union shoe stitchlrs. iThree NMrs. Jane Weec-ks 'e!itcirt:iii.i l a ; i rt l ii..ail ,ar tendingg t the North
big concerns have agreed to uliinll de- 1of ladies at card, ,l'idao\ a;it' 1 ii : l,, Ivi:'al t' day.
imands. h tr home on S. l:aid,.\\I :.l a\,'. 1:. .
invitations were c\tfi,-!r d to t,.- i: t : r:
p bers of the old \\ hii-t Clu>, r.:t !,, iTArT W IL
Be RITTON ties resl,nd(d ti tt '' ti AFT ILL
V OLe BR IT O 1 1layer.<. After two % h,'.:- ,,f \-rv
jovable p'lay ri-rI ft t.
IN SING1 CSINGU were served a,!d i fr:,"',1 i,. ',, .,1.
IN11 U OJV wcIw.eive'd as favor. ni: ':,c:it l .ii..d;il-,1. I R
IF It It King orattigc.- f,,'. t". Mkl!H' q t,. it .*-
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NENV YORK, Mar-hs -t'ol. Edward Policman K ils \\ if--. Pi, .I-u Tlt t Mtr to' .wg around
E. Britton, prorlinlent in National 'it Tt t t. tWi wring Iuru i
i :' '. '". ':,. \\ .,t :if'xt -tinll lttr is t he
(uard circles, and l rederick 11. Shro.'- % \ > i i e
der, a Brooklyn banker were today sen- .N, t i l it ihen Seain-
tenced to terms at Sing Sing, in the .
'h d li In \\i t l. d .. t .f : : ", \ ,: I| i t t it i.,. tf i c. i. itC ipr ;:t
Brooklyn Supreme (Court. The sen-
o~unded !i ,I.Ii. it '" ii I. tk, ( itv .A\l;u ust '1 to 14 lat
tences were indeteru inat,--frot,i onl,- c,
year to live aiid one-hcalf v aurs. "[hi.r y :,. ... ;!,i I.I t \-c-t'u p l ur ing
ar,. an -rllcced of nI.-iriL' the fuirtl k ,'f the tFor Sale. .or e t it.!: -~ !.:l.r


F Eagle Savit,gs Asstocittion to
individual laid(i, i in S,,uti


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Death List Appalling- Property
Loss Will Run Up Into The
Millions.

AVALANCHE VERY OESTUICTIVE.

[By I'nltted Press.
VIENNA, March 8.-A death list of
200 and a property loss of one million
dollars is the result of a blizzard raging
through Northern Europe.
One hundred and fifty persons were
killed by an avalanche in Austria, and
17 killed and a farm house swept awry
at Cranz. The avalanche occurred at
Sankt Johan, in the Pougaiu di-trict of
Salzburg.


SUMMONED


BY TELEGRAPH

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Dorn arrived
from Miami this morning in response to
a telegram from this city announcing
the serious illness with pneumonia, of
their little daughter, Louise The child
was not expected to live Sunday, but
her parents found her sortiewhat im-
proved. Mr. Van Dorn was obliged to
I return at once to Big Pine Key. Mrs.
Van Dorn had gone to Miazn i last week
to look for a location f'-r housekeeping,
and will move to that city as soon as the
little girl's condition will permit.
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Former Daytonian in T'o n.
Lee Russell, fornirlv in tih,' lru ti.--
in Daytona, was in thc ,.ity vt.sterd:iv.
Mr. Russell as on hki \v;iv J.I,i ... -I


t:ill on IandyVine river this morning ille wheul he received a telegram an-
'I he shcik a:i frWlt as far as ('hester. bouncing the ser ous illness of one of t is
Children at Miairuii. Mr. 1u..-eii -topled


.f here to communicate fuithl-r with
Mrs. Rlussell by wire uanil ic,-iv-,l tfe,
pleasing intelligence that. .- ( !;Ii l u:%:

Russian directss lI: g 1 .h.
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1.<>NIM \, Mar^ i ,--- iie I',\\:I,..T
Litiprids of Russia arr. 'd to'iay on ai
\'visi to her :iste-r. >!;r',''n .\A t1 !: a
The vi.sit is iif,,rmna.

As I amn compelled to build nly
new hotel elsewhere, I offer mni
property located in Seabreete,
Fla., at bargain prices. See Con-
rad Real Estate Agency. i. L-.
Potter. tf.


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Serves


News of Intent-f To Intr-
dtce Bill In L.lt r.

TE NEES YE CMOEIAUIL

Bon. James E. Alexader, of DLa-d,.
one of Volusia's member of the low
House of the Legslatumre, i impubl
a notice in the DeLand Newed hf blb
tention to introduce ia the AiIlatWn.
which convenes next math, a bi for
an appropriation to build a bridge evor
the Halifax river at or eao Daytoam.
"Jeems" has declared that aher @d
rather give Daytona the mort of bridge
,he wants and needs and mut have
to achieve the greatest po-ible m Ccn
than to be speaker of th Lower Horl
It is in order now for Dayti6ni amd
citizensof the peianula to kep in
touch with Mr. Alexander -d witl
other legislators you maT bay hvle ee
with and explain the situation and bow
your interest.
The interest of the 'asMes in this
case is diametrically opposed to the
Interests of the majority stock boldes
of the bridge who will as they
did before in another legislature, be
represented, and unless a strong pre-
sentation of the case is made Mr. Alex-
ander's bill will go for naught.
It occurs to the Daily News that it
wuuld be in order to call a meeting of
those interested in the bill Representa-
tive Alexander propoes-, to confer with
him and at the proper time go to Talla-
has.-iee and lend whatever aid seems uec -
S s.-;irv.


Base Ball.


T[ie t ,,llins C'llege base hall team
pl,tys tt Oriond this afternoon. Mana-
--,r \\. Nash of the Daytona team
ti:a teen very dteir,,us of having some
games her. this winte-, but finds it in -
pos.ibl", to, get the players, as they are
all enmp .yed in the various bwuines
h., '.- in the city and their employers
ar- 11,th to let them o:T during the busy
-i ..-,ii. Mr. Nasl is .-atiftied he could
I; .t t.f , in> f-ine condition financially
,.:r!i :i f, 'A arIt's during the winter,
t.,': ..':: oyv -n ",ticr clubs could be
,:,'. ;g't 1' re1 t.r' at much less .x[;pense,
,;** lyrnmsA ta 'r :or l.

Modern home on Halifax aven-
ue. Silver Beach, at a rare bar-
gain if sold this month. Bing-
ham & Thompson.
'ITrc Nti MIN i 'liii tires, all firsts
S-,C,: F'. ,r srale at the Atlantic
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IS WRECKED.


\\ II.M1N ;TON 'oDel, el March S.--Two
IMtNi wtfre killed and part of the plant j
wrecked by the explk.sion of an experi-
nint:al barrel of powder at the I)uDont


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SThe Modern HereIs where worlds reco for speed
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Room*.W de broken with evey recurring
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^ &xm, Gum, ouw,., moat^fci^S^S^S^^ S!.^^ m ~t* ,ow is an free as the pure artesian LIj II'! Daytona, Florid.
m-. a GA L s Daay, ms mm water from the thousand flowing wells.
--------Omm t| ___ ____ er incomparable beach. No one i ifting scene. You will probably catch The ennett.
------- bher is~minaal beach. No one who L
'" 1 "----- --- ever set foot upon it sm oth, packed the sprit and when you do the roads Recent arrivals at the Bennett are: A WA wnr an
san1 P1 J A *& m V ads; no one who ever pedaled a bi- sad the beach are yours. The Florida Mrs. John Holmems-McLeod, Boston; H. e nr since last n. Cuisine
A i I Im A M ;Icyce over its expanse; no one who ever sunshine is free, the balmy ocean C. Rich and wife, Cattarangus, N. Y.; Greay Enlarged .
d- L V ^ V J M A 1 1 ; ;drove a prancing pair of hornes and list- breezes are fe, the birds and squirrels W. H. Andrews and wife, Wanakena, N. Broad Piazzas on a Sides. Rooms I
;A T ~iI)(IiA IN N'~jsudrovte a poppcing pirofthoreirad lste unnrAdes TLNI OSNraa
S__ d-.f, s e ,eed to the poppingof their steel shoes and flowers are free, the sparkling Y.; Mr. and Mrs. George E. Ward, N.Y. Every Modern Convenience. Send
S-t ifd Spot the Haliax River, aupon it asphaltuma-lke face; n0 onef untain water is free and you will have u rn
A JON J. MOUIRE, p who ever steered a high-power automo- to go down In your wallet only for coin
^ bile down the broad stretch of wave- for the auto and bed and board. The Prince George. *OIOIO U*InIOIu*ImOuinU*;.m
K PECTMON. Rooms Single or E: Suite with washed and surf-packed sand but real- Thi is no fanciful picture; it's all Thearrivalsof Saturday and Sunday 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj
Me |bO er in Florida. Table of the best ol everything Wied that it is a world-beater, a world- here. It is drawing other thousands at The Prince George were. Mrs. G. W. Fronting on the
W as 1 reasMonable as the service will penait, given on S wonder. Go stand upon this wide and hiding them enthralled, it will Persse, Mixs Persse. Hartford, Conn.; L.Halifax River.
9 speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and bol d YOU. Come and see. B. Cannon and wife, Seaford, Del.; Mrs.
ARtlAGE in connection with the hotel. Storage by by in joyous mood, and answer whether J. J. McNeal, Norfolk, Va.; J. T. Knight
mk. Special arrangements will be made with guest this is not one of the seven modern 3@6UUnU@6@E.U@ESE E St. John, N. B.; Miss Louise Biddleman,
SSLwonders. .t0 Dayton, Ohio. ---
------- ----- T11e Ntec. Pdluctd "Wttlx River.^^* 9t T^ 1 7^^^ ^^ ^
.,--- *...... Where think you is water with more 1 L Formerly Schuidts Villa.
Pl=iMMMm ........ picturesque surroundings? Nearly a Schmidt's Hotel.4
.... .............. mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta. I 0 49hmdt' HoteM.S P
Tea HENRY SSHMIDT & SON, Proa
The Mlnna, polish til. wLid, cottri ges with roomy ve- at Kodak Shoyp.=-- 4At Schmidt's Hotel the register shows,
R "Se ad mddos. Lt t Sba1fd. Tree randa's looking out upon her bosom, We are not Portrait Artists, nor the following new arrivals: W. E. Ben- DAYTONA, FLODA.
RAE*2 0 0 63 b E A .0 11 e t p in fed a s; B t c '
S ATSPIIAL nRA t"1 wRDY. gamey food fishes in countless numbersO are we Art Dealers but 10 years nett, Springfield, Mass.; T. B. Stack-
SPECIAL RATE SY WEEK. *0 house and wife, Columbia, S. C.; Mr.. FieHm Tbl
2 1n--tiH ev.nth Rtreetl. Phone beckoning, as it were, to those with rod of cloe attention to the KODAK- house and wife, Columbia, 8. C.; Mr. eo ab e
iOf close attention, to the KDKm ndbr.JGe.chazofH. Nor B easonable Rateas
J. P. SAWTLLE, Peeir. MIAMI.A and reel; her bosom flecked with duck ERS needs has won for us tlihe and Mrs. J. Geo. Schwarzkoff, H. Nor-
111.*% man Sewarzkoff, Newark, N. J.; John #Vii VYVVYVYYYWYYYIYYV
*ee:***ee*pe** and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, I enviable reputation of being man cwrzkoff, Newark, J.; John VV VVV VVVVVV
;which sit about as if for the sport of M.\Vitner,\Wabash, Ind.; CaryD. Lan-
SFor asre bbbe ol he p ic FIRST- CLASS FINISHERS. it ..disDeLund; Mrs. Geo. L. Linton,Frank
FIFrT -rCbbng onhrwv;wactht Hemplemann and wife. Brooklyn;TMrs.
WB^SiE^For Pleasure, lubberly old white headed pi lican poh Hemplemann and wife. Brooklyn; Mrs.
SFor Rest a fat mullet, and that fish hawksti Anyone desiring good work and C Christiancy, Port Orange; J. Kaser-!
For a Rest, a fat mullet, and that fish hawk St 0stic atntonpad their o-0imn .R lm n ie ~eHln
S TRY gling upward with his floundering load strict attention paid to their or- an, B. R. Plum and wife, Lake Helen;
s be sace fo tewar*ders for Developing and Printing, W.E. Brown and wite, Milwaukee; A.
|)D a dhe snatched from the water. W .Bow n wtMiwuee .
DcLand S wthe f he ll get itatLESESNE'S KODAK O'(;. Johnson and wife, Chicago; E. Kelly,
T| an Cu iSee the beautiful launches, spick and 0PILACE, the only shop in town a. \\II If IMAIN ()PLN I NTIL
SN i!. hrt OUKIsm With span, their hampers and lockers bulging 1Iurl
Pr lxoprt,-tor.' that makes the Kodak Worka
Sort'o the Cavfensma of with refreshments both solid an I liquid that makes the Kodak ork \
C M, DeUpTitN u n L. U Specialty. RO
S' BAccoMODATri N antesm .ie ready for a cruise upon her beautiful T
2rs- I T.WS2-- b surface Takeout your field glassand 0O Allworkfinished in 24 hours. 12 The Ridgewood. 'II:uE AIU: I:NOl( I GUEST
Sp"iufc aeu orfedl hours if necessary. TeRdeod
--- sweep the river from Ormoud bridge to INuw arri TO R.aMIAIN To WARRAR
Park light house, thenalsat The Ridg od
Paot l m Pc.te P arlight house, theng of gl Ioxer Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
ntpI 1~~~each" ~ whether the Halifax isn't a thing of K L~ 4ILUGesn r n r er lao, I l U~ t~~~lUJf
W4 !HotelPaGleason, Mr. and Mrs. Henry GleasoD, E. D. LANFWO THY,
W -l 9 beauty and a joy forever, and one of 0 l OO Kafn:, r an Kan H I. L NtUORTH U*." PeI
E Yrn s BaeRst..Grnid Iwatlon. Adjoins mouses "Potn- the modern wonders. 3
'yenexpcIod to o-et-TropleImipl,.ndoroft F'ultuand Flo'- U Eastman Kodak Dealer, N. O'Neal., Louis Z. Baza, Jacksonville;
IL M lya rwlthour furthq-r Huouth ly trniiin or ieimt that coinU, The Enchantingly Picturesque Rildgewood. JLameIs Egan, Wellingham" Mr. and Mrs u um
DeskIet. 7%e Itaytonit Pulai H neth BA)iit l ai landb nttHott'! II-tt'h Mtrevt, ne'ar :kl AN,-.,
0 Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of 0 N M. J Mc'herson, Howell, Mich.; Mr. .
a-----I**O-*O*IO*i broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, DAYTONA, and Mrs. R. II. Bdl, Miss Mary Rhea ** *
and the wide-spreading branches of the IOISIOIIEIEIIMI ONEIOI Bell and WValter lHnry Bell, London,
M.A G O 7 w 4St. Augustine,i heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their .......Tenn.: Mr. an-d Mrs B. W. Doyle, Leo- rn
WEE M ACwN OIjIA^ A. Florida. giant arms across this magnificent vista, i :r, ,a ; Mr. and Mrs. C.wA
reti Fa d Hotel All Modem Improvements.d forming an arch, and from these extend- J..ilard & orod Prori
ftw laothee.Al oen mrveet. nnlt o,,tozr, Masss ; J. S. Newmian
~ otl Al odn Ims ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss :,ntl J. l1 Tuilii, Chicago; V. WV. Waite. iyar oroy, rp
diEtt wf. Accommodations fo 300 Guests` sway as the trade winds from tropic seas llal, Il J. C Wood and wife,
i 104AMIMP IWAYO' ^f- f M-h*t ratttd Tlklik itt. I... l --, -^^' ,
~T}WL.Proprietors.
SE this white shellO strt one has the im- l, l'- adMr.and Mrs. Edgar V. .. NOW OPEN
I-- -- -- &i------ --. PSe.. 0auu*4 o m preasion of a fairy path with elfwh dra- Ni k- l'h'iuillphia. REIrlUNSIIFI) AN D EN)VA
peries, but as you move along and cast
an eye first to the right and then to the
1 left you see distinguished cottage homes art Inn. Steam Heat in Every
1 in the most delightful settings. Mrs and Miss Salsberry, of I'rov- Saratoga Inn.
rpa.n B ,i(en(e I. tI..tcame in Oaturdav i l:>.'t arrivals at the Saratoga Inn SAME MANAGEMI \S *TtE BRISTOL." A;
S usn -yt .night to ,!ad Ion the heart of Mr. a:, a. follo,)ws: W. It. Stapleton, wifNe
11 No one of Daytona'sattractions,per-I rIi-.i


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*s hapo commands more nearly universal covered I)yt.-na. It is their lirst fi .gr,r wifc and daughter, Westtield, N.
attention and praise than does the artis- visit to Da tna anll tht(v e\pre,-sedi J.. lio;n:t.- A. IDavi<, Miss A. l. Seeley,
tic cottage'. The owners of thesecharm- themselves at it-;phl. e vitlt the citv. M: I\, i!ie, IKv.- (;. I. Kingi and wife
ing villas h il from every corner of the I 1 tniti. i. ( I'. Marauder J.
;L country and they bring their -,wn arehi- ito)iinsi at, l ar Ta I he liver- 2,.t,, ,l:t, t .. .Mss Gravcereber, J
tectural plans and build upon them,and | side. .North Leacli :,, t t, ; \t i i, M ,s G ye We br, J
ab the architecture of one section of the ; l) per week. .* .. 2 t t l in. A. Ryan.
I .,k itJ,,hnston, Philadelphia; I).
country differs from the arc hiteetur( of, Mrs. AIgnes \atsu .Jar nWLn i .l J ... ii, (.ig.; W. F. M,.Com ls,
another so do our homes ditfer in out-yon South eachh street Satur'lav al- i'i:zth-,rg; Mrs. ('cleman, Mliss Colemanu.
ward appearance arnd structural beauty ternoo-n, at the ane ,,f 6;. years. IPini.- ill-,, Ala.; I. A. Ileggie and wife,
from one another. There are no nmonoto-The remains were shi pel to her N. Cs. Bckelrman and
nous rows of ,trikiUgly similar buildings later home at .effiersoi, t'itv, e, ,.i1. -i..,: *cta.v, N. N .; \Frank SehaCYf
but the eye, as it .weceps b,\. is treated oma her sin. 1'. \V. .1ir- .,.i i; ", Misses atti an l=,tchu'ri
likofColianied b Iher sVn. 1-. NV. .ir- Misses I att*,- anA 671 t~hl-TI
to a kaleidoscopic change uhich keeps ,na^gin, anml daughter. h, l\\ .ere vith i, :..- Mi!\' Aukee.
the mnid wondering '\\W hat ncxt't !'r during her ilh tes and d.v i
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Streets and Pavements the Most and Hest.


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Why iit'e Archite'ct of the Ini\ver-e ;Lartic-, interest( in 1, .-in 1,.:,
chose to give to Daytona tli most tad- ll,,i e liwite\t scaso ln, (l, ilii 1:' ..:.
mirablc, the most picturesque ni:tural ~,,. N
setting of all the cities of th S utli is j
not revealed but that .-uch is a ffat \V,;A te,. t" (',r'st '.t Wit: I
must be apparent to the nlos-t suptcrticial tic* initcrestel in !,iil i: !,- ih
observer. With such lavish wealth of ),avtona or Beach. .\ !,h, Ir i ,;
natural l)eautv it _.ecanie an easy thling *are ID)at,')rla )aily Ne\ :s.
for the hand of manr tit i\ve thie little )esiralle huii'iin h,, :a' ', r
finishing touches v!,ik h ha t, brought Be th, it'ar Aut,,i '!i!te 'lu !,,-.
out the col ](rs ii a outllh::c's of tt- 1ig lt ;' s t itrl'at': : IA..(' e
picture. 2 '1. I. Fitz/eral.;:


Man d(lid all tl in '.,'h* lax in o; t o f j
the .strects -Nih thtir xx id- :r ins of
package, tlic. tnrtirc' city ,t,'.e;- a,
great park
And as f,,r .a\i iiu.::!ts.s pav"Ilments
that look and act like granite,- where i
else bettweti n til' t:ast'rn anid western
esaso aree i maniy n lu's in propo)rtion to,
inhalbitant.-' '"l 'ne' "unheard-of i
plact rep'UItr.- 2:"re tI better, I )aytona
.i. r.x \N.1 I ttie g:Luntlet to the worll.
Squirrels. F'lu, crs. Bird- and Fruit!.
iWhatt e.r one's .- iAt(It,':imi."i' and
however inli.'tre'nit or <'\ c ;l!t'A *,, ,iC
m't" be- to itany thing-, t., vnt're t it --
tion 0w "-qiuirrels and tl>\t r.-. l';ri- .' :
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Fading The Halifax. Hali B)lock frnm Stresanmd Postoftlce.
SMoldrn Imprucmcnts. % ;:ite tclp. Northern Chef. .
'Terms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application.
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