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DAYtORMA. FLODA. WDNESDAY ARCT 10 1909
S& L OVEI
MtLETrTT, WUILDER i Ur
Ogiem mea~~b a wd1.t.a
Cue.., igmee mm orua
'Right Goods at
j Right Prices,
L L. H. ROWE & CO.
-aoS RACING DAYS.
-rm TM The Statm s Of Facts Abut Ocean
*a ik To Tides You May Find Of
I llU t Interest.
IBegM IT. iY TifY VAIY S I1
Ie ide of the o many are planning abead for the
Ot eftosm. a of races that the Daily News has already!
t B to" thbe been interrogated as to what bourn the
6 =41 db.ts on the tides will be low during racing days. It
I d ewbe tm Iinter may be of interut to my that the rac-
fi--Of Brevatrd's ing events will be held in the afternoon
0 VIVErNAI to ooa- during the racing eansoi.
S A rtmadm. The races bcgiu on Tuesday, the 23rd,
N impN-tat to the and with normal conditions the tide
b be e mpleted this ought t,, b.- nlow at 2:18 p m Low tide
conie pb t tbl fifth minutes later every
tAY CoMmisione da) o o,, \V.dc.,r.*l-y, the 24th, It will
I S apprVopriation be lu'.u tii. at 3.. J p. m., on Thurday
r oMd of the road; low ii,. t 3 .17 itnd on Friday, the 26th,
hwLm'd Owens, of at 4 47 inm.
have declared them- It i, utih ,otiug that conditions
Nm-fti for the three may bwe out of the ordinary. If westerly
wed from the coast wind- prevail thb, probability is tides
will run low, as esterly winds in eon-
f Ueb road will en- junction with neap tides invariably re-
NPIerlt and help to suit in very low tide In sucb event
tO e is Mow ham- racing might be indulged in the fore-
ad demandd fiats noon of the first andperhaps the second !
;he tamsformation day.
-I' @W Y, gardens Should a north or northeast wind pre-
.m-1G repay itt vail racing would be restricted to the
VUi' ? afternoon. This wind, however, would
l,,-t. lirteve that in al. probability give a good racing Dr. F. H. and Mrs. Hloughton went
t t@ aide are beach. over to Cassadaga Camp, Lake Helen.
-lS -O nMi for the Mueh depends upon the character of Saturday, and stayed till Monday and
1WdMlk The Commia the beach in smashing world's records. were charmed with the entertainment.
f-lft he 0 vaie of good If the winds anc tides were to unite the restful scene, and the many coin-
- F1 thie evi- diabolically ancr give the beach the forts.
f8r0~Ih' impove- wash-board effect it sometimes does Cassadaga is now in full swing with
.llB tB-M11. they are there would be ahing doing in the faithful representatives of the 'cult"
UtPll Ufor Iak of funds record-bteaking iV. It is hoped the from every section of tkhe North.
awllftebd vI be built, weather man" will smile propitiously This spiritualist camp is composed
YO b built- fast and that everybody interested in the largely of old white heads who meet an-
racing game will get his money's worth. nually and have the time of their lives
l MM aay other one Mrs. Brigham has the distinction of
r Vn-T-- aI the front Ihaving built the first cottage at the
aMd Voluia ITcamp, as she lhas at a camp at Lake
011 tIdM i pleasant. N H., and ;lt another camp.
Vd be intedree Mrs. Brigham is up in the eighties.
Coe") -- o CIunty yet very active, sprightly and adequate
S: h reply to a t She said to the l)aytona visitors: "Wh.en
S M er b you come to my cottage open the door
iB-e-. -t reads: and come right in; don't stand and
V- B, P Fla., 3-6-'09. It It t knock the paint off of my door "
:-Yor favor of Along-feltwant is about to be sup- uch free and openhandtd hospitality
B HU favor of ^ want ls &bout to be 8u?; characterizes the camlip anld Dr and Mrs.
dy receivedf andf plied in the form of a city directory. It Hoharacterize the amp and l)r Nd Srs
is high time that a city of Daytona's Houghton are gt ink iatk agi (, o
Sreply will sav the I size should have some definite means of Pee a eik
nhlhcsioers I Peck Block.
S n harmonYilocating residents, as well for the con- l
hb f tty it hanrmoy venience of those permanently located,
Emlent Their here as for those only sojourning in the
Ssity. which hrz Aty. for the place has grown to such U IGURES
mtr these lines proportions that many of the towns-
fraosd.whih names or places of residence of others.
P for auto An enterprising citizen of one of the
Am-irm froa the suburban towns, being awake to this;
Sod0 but I am i h necessity, is now engaged in compiling a It R
-OtL dN ot this whdirectory of the city, which will also Stories to prpert owners on
I1aitId&la al wayS t. contain some pages of general informsa- ean boulevard were willing to eloc
6 bia mf power "I this tion as well The book is to be gotten Ocean bouevard were willing t opposed
SYn truly, up in good shape and durable form. b- such closing have been rather conflicting.
8. B. OWENS." ing cloth bound. The revenue for its : n order to ascertain the exact situa
i ---M from Commis- issue n.u;t be in part derived from ad- n rdeprominentealreee exal state
hl lM110 off people will vertisneg pae ,s. and it is thought that man mapo a personal inve-tiration and
SA IMt many are of, the husiin('-s men of tle city will give it
canvas of the boulevardl \\ithi tlivi re-ult
S to he Brevard thtir ulnarty .supl,-rt Persons for (lo-ingf t!e l( t,oul\vard own
m"it important unfin- 200 feet frontage.
auh n tiom The D aily, persons ag ain st (.,,si2lt th,' 2,,,u!e00rcl
0L ty Commissioners 'astll Kdak. Findr Persons against cli-inr th. ,ulear
m... --.. -)I (!ry irri ,. 8 4 :1 own l1310 fect frontage.
tOe As It Stood Saturday Evening
I TIE BSH & AFFORD PIANO CONTEST.
D A Y O N -~l Eh
pl3ea lre rl -__ ... ..I persons not hieaid from,n i, .,.c-5 feet
.. --- frontage.
r nrr r 9
A Number Of Appointments Of
Those Who Will Figure In
SATISFACTORY PROGRESS MADL.
Entries are corning in daily fr th lie
Seventh Annual I)iytona Beach, FI lorida
Speed Cont,'.t, March 23-26. Yetste.r-
day the entries of two Fiats were tiiadtq
and today Paul I.a(roix, Ameri:mii
manager of the famous Renault firmi ex-
pects to send his cnt ry for onoe or t\\,
cars. Herbert Lytle telegraphed that
he would make an entry before Satur-
day, and. the importers of the Ieilz cait:
expect to make at least one niolIitLa-
The question of referee was decidcIdl i
1 Saturday, when the position w as offered
to and accepted by S. A. Miles, general l
Manager of the National Association of
Automobile Monufacturcrs, who is till,
of the best posted men in thl ll'mtcd
SStates, and who has always interested
I himself in racing affairs. In fact Inucin
of the good in the pre c.-nt ra,'ing rules
was suggested by Mr.Miles,who \ ill cit..e
South this week and attte.nd to smie' if
the preliminaries for thle race i: .t :It
Daytona. Fred. J Wagner. the fai:n:-
official starter oif thlie Va\'alcerli!t ('ti ;h i
Savannah races, will have (chaite 4,f t0,'
entries, and start then this vylar, w ii
is a guarantee that tl,'- e \iIt. \\ill 1hi
run promptly and rig!.1
IR F. K 'lsey. ('C l:tiillAII, .-f t "' I ;t r i
of Control of tne Natii,,,;il <' 'v
Sciation. will hli ve hi;ri r. ,f It'l r i ,:, ,:
m ore o(f prof,'-,iv .!:it I \ l i i ii s. \x\! ,
will take. part in c(',' r i .1 .-- I;.i!
record t iials. I.!i,.t I.a 1l .. .1 ,i- ,
dedittor of Artitiautir- wMill :;[,, i;iilt tit
th(le tl'ing Ii i l eeh 1 il'nl ait al,' i~ I \-
i pec'(l tIhat tilt- Mlot<.r A. \ a. iI- kit l
'show 1 Ul | N 4il ,,il th"11 f l. l r W, i 1. i.:;1>i
uea,'h l'ltrl I )> iigtiir. pre-ideuit ,., I icu
lF de ,ration ,f .-\lm ri, -i M,,t,,rc\ li-t-i
\\ill act as ('thairirmal of the -'cir, i
Ctm itltee, and t t lllito rcyit (f t' (iti.i;, -
ih 'lthde's the |.tt^ TC-' t 1i1 hb ,r of ":(if t ita-
I ORANGE CITY VAUDEVILLE
IS TURNS TO
.-i FIRE SWEPT. TRAGEDY.
jl The Fire Fiend Consumes Choice A Young Lady R dhln a Bkycio
Buildings In The Central Meets With Accident On
District. Beach Street.
HARD BLOW TO PRETTY TOWN, NO SERIOUS DA1 A IESULTS.
l l irlry i Yesterday afternoon about 2:30 There was an automobile-bicyele meet
LD AITHULi o'clock the explosion of a kerosene lamp yesterday afternoon at the comer of
in the drug store of Dr. Hill, Orange Beach street and Volusia avenue which
Rp 5RLARY j City, started a fire which proved very resulted, fortunately, in no serious in-
L4 t D6 destructive, and but for the timely ar- jury to those concerned, although the
27i51 1--7 ,f rival of the DeLand fire department rider of the bicycle received a painful
g iF7@ I-" -.# would have almost cleahticd up this bruise on the knee.
F-'A' w beautiful little inland town. Miss Ethel Talbott, the young lady,
M 9 1 From the drug store the l:laiies prcad had rented a bicycle at the Daytona Bi-
to other buildings and the Fenwick cycle Livery and was riding northward
House, several stores anld r idences on Beach street. When in front of Ham-
-' were consumed and as lea ng flames kins' drug store she met an automobile
fr were carrying fire brands every direc- just turning the corner from Volusia av-
Stion,firing distant )u di s, it looked as 'nue and collided with it. As they came
if the entire town wel oo;id. A call ,gether she let go her wheel and grasp-
tob)el.and for the lp of hinr fire de- ing the lamps on the machine was car
-Rogers in New York Herald oartmrent was responded to promptly, ied along until the car was stopped,
and they soon had control (,f th. situa- which was within a few feet
tion and saved theli day. The bicycle, which went under the au-
ASeveral stores and about eight resi- toruobile, received some damage to the
O dences burned with a los f fully $2'0,- front wheel
000. It is said that about ->,U000 in- The accident happened at one of those
Iurance arrid. times of congestion which occur on
rane as carried. Beach street when a number of carri-
BOOKS I SOrange City has a.ttandlipe and wa- ages, bicycles aLd other vehicles are
supposed to be well eqluippled to fight bunched together.
It r t fire, but it seems to have been wanting
Assez.sor Edmondson has completed in the necessary hos.. Miss Talbott appeared although he
his work on the tax list and turned it thought he did not blow his horn until
,over to the City Council who were to after he had turned the corner, but both
have worked on it, equalizing assess- the driver and another occupant of the
rients, last night. but the council post- A machine assert that the horn wa sound.
pond work on the big book till this af- LANDS BIG ed as they were crossing from Voluia
t-,rnoon when it is expected they will avenue. They offered to take Min Tal-
spend a few hours going over the list and STIN A bott to he.r home but she declined as-
will at least make a start. distance.
Ila-\ing performed this duty as best OII UIRiLL. Miss Talbott, who is temporarily lo-
they can they will give the general t it It ,ated on Orange avenue, was engaged in
public an opportunity to be heard,
hioull there' be any who think their Another ,ig 'stitigaree'--this t, the performances at the Crystal theatre
s t are too high way your Inle Noah .llt. w lat 'ek and remained here this week
cal iexiceoarraphi,.rs tg. twa o rnt-, ry h,,t for rest and pleasure. Her home is in
cal lexicograph.rs to) thie vcntr:tiv not M
withstanding--was caught at the ocea ti re. d.
Meeting of Live Oak Chapter No. 1 ,'r again this Reek.It was a -
Th'e regular mieetingof Live OakChap- fish than the one caught a few lay:. Bridge Party
t r No. 1, 0. L. S., Tuesday night, was p-eviously. The dried skin ul Bridge Party.
lit^r.,ly attended, many visitors being a fine roof for a bungalow house. Mrs. E. T. Merrill entertained at
prIl'(nit. T'iere was an initiation, after It was evidently the dejected anl d for- Brii ie Tuesday afternoon at her home
Shit i refreshments were served as lorri consort of thie l.i sti irgarv.--no,tt, oo' S..uth l idgewood avenue.
ui-,inl, and a pleasant social time was the spelling-- recently au;it. It i- T"i> re were eight tables of players. A
injyved. During the evening Mrs. W. is said to have bevin (aplituredl v,\ t1. nuihr ,'f ladies joined them later and
1 liHeath was presented with a very same man, but as it is a (1 atr ai. o(,f Pa,:rtook ,f the delicious refreshments
IIanidsorne Past Worthy Matron's pin in fish suicide tthe c(.t-ptor lt.-erv c. i)'- d f,' ,,ll'ow:g the cards. The first
al)preciation of herservicesin that office, I, ial credit for th lie ii c.itch rori." \'al, captu'lred by Mrs. F. N. Con-
ini which po,.ition shie served for two Its mate havig een tl ,. i t l n, aind Mi:s Newell carried off the ser
itatd wer re ioet mate l vingproperty located i Stry it
years. ems deliberately i huv i i Fla., at bar ain prie. S Co
exhib -it swallowed at the a 'he ('1,1 ,,, e rad eal Estate Agency. E. t
i been quite a t.how. Potter. 82-tf.
"I: \aiill )w rendered at the Paliahito
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gaan dMi1 Sl, In
cuml cum o inisx
ssin oftbhe Bmrrgain
WNDOW. j Come early and et yowcoi.
cLAu's 11 WALLACE
Wel /hwm a lf tw d the heet Taflor iaws In
-i oiy -It cm Pt. am rtter bw yooa measre up.
_orm mu-aE @TUKT.
Who ar- zv-r isti--d urs .-- You am
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HIGH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.
No. 6 SOLTH BEACH STREET,
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-------------- u~e s..
I- erythin Modern.
Homelike and Comfortable.
- )irt-ctl, on \tlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.
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lip, U br ia wnrir .r-P .%*4-7
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Uh c 2rincCJ
I Mrse. M. A.GillaIand Mra. Li
guestaof the Wayside Inn, w
,among the mnars for Ps
Beach aboard the steamer Coost
S*White waitress wanted. Ap
at Mills' Restaurant. 80-t
I1 TKIAYlUAAJLYr ES
Pmbta ewryr emalgg. ezs Ann-
day,;;M hevabr I to Apri1 1. by
Z TEE GAZZTE-o r -E t C.
T. IL Frinsu&ALD. RdItor-Manag-r.
1. C. I~. ux3.: Ct yEditor.
C. LARRM Crculat ion M~insair.
UOa. 7. C CU. HSiparint-en'-nt.
Eascrsd ss mmod-cla~9 nart1t-r I4e--
eemtwr i. WU. at b.- jm~t-ieu at
kaytonas. VIa. undcrr th A~t of
W. G. Dean, of PraMthurg, N. Y.,
eparted Tuesday on his return to
i that city, leaving Mrs. Dean at The
Oaks no North RidRewood avenue
for a more pro'oJgsd stay. Mrs.
Deanis a coming of M. Frank
Crookston, of Loomis avenue.
S LoeT.--Lady' watch, and gold
f iob btodded with green oama, near
RiJgewood Hotel. Return to hotel
i and receive reward.
Mr. and Mrs. Williard Van
!outen and son, Williard, Jr.,
friends of Mrs. C. H. Abbott of
Bay street, and recent gueats
[;of The Bennett, left Tuesday for
[ Orlando to st y for a time before
continuingg their journey to New
Packing. shipping and repairing
furniture a specialty. N. Erickson.
C .4ttage avenue. m-w-s tf
[ Rev. S. II. Mills, pastor of the
B Bfzonia Arademy, ongregational
educational institution of Benzonia,
lich, arrived Tuesday and joined
his sisters, whoarelocated in Mrs.
E. Guest's house on Myrtle avenue.
Mr. Mills says there was good sled-
ding when he left home, lees than
a week ago.
Wanted Position as nuise.
S*-*rnes+ or companion. Lady
1 J vi Jtr- ininn rp C
DAYTONA BEACH, March 10.-Mr.
r!t-i*ehrc-r, who was called to Brooklyn
,-Pme ten days ago on account of the
d.-atl. of I.s sister, is expected to reach
Mr and Mrs. Roy Wellman are plan-
r. r.g a trip doan the East Coast next
w-,-k. They are occupying Pleant-
'; .- c(ttag'-, and enjoying every day of
t:..-r itcv on the beach.
(C,,;. and Mrs. J. B. Minnis, of Knox-
..i Trn., w.uo had expected to spend
ti..-.r ':.,,-r at The Clarendon. but ar-
*r..; :';,-r the burning, are enjoying
:.fr- i:r.ter rn Ocean boulevard, and
r, ,r.L(ugh i:r, love with the place and
.:r --r,.ironments to buy property, if our
S..' i.,-teirie* w,-re not 5o satisfactory
J:.i. i; thf:r '-coLrd or third winter at
M: ard Mr.-. Wie;iLman walked to Or-
-:.r~ay. dir.ed at The Orumond
i'.. ::. tL, boat trip back.
S- A., D Nurton and Mrs. Mary E.
.... .;. T..rhvili,, N k Y are guests at
I,.', :!.A B-.clh Hotel.
i'r. ::. O- Oytrna La juJ-t ,Is#,.d a deal
..:.:.>:, J. (. Butter. real ePtate agent,
.* -, :. lo-r-impms owrnr of the west
',1:-. -'; f, ." (- f Dr. Va Vn\aizah's lot, on
-. Z,- ave P. T.e consideration
A a ( &,) ar,d other valuable con[ider-
A :.- T..i- : g,,od property. It is
.:. i A:--,,.d that Mr. Ovarx,a a;% build
H 's n !.rr.a Lr ;ri- Of tte Pd ty,-t:
9' :- ;-. ~ n. rt: of Cii. But',,-.-
.ir(rrdiv. i.... ... ~ L J. C. Butl.-
T,- :n'-E d.(-a trr-..~gh.
J-. Mrirt~r~dai~ e Lac 1.iogt thF
c..- .&-t-r .,f ot 4 bl k :3. Me-
(4... aU".iv street, Seabreeze.
L. ?! k-Own am th- Bille ag -
i:-*. i~'-rtv. Fur(haued from him a
ago, by L. E Austin. T 1i1s
'Ic:. X. h. -r-arr'- tl sUcce-Su iaLu'*
-, 4 '
- a n~' r 2 I's- t,4attad r tlit :
i..-r. ;Ia r btlr -(-,- and w,.*th a
= F. W. POPE
1 Attorney and Counsellor at
Practice In State and Fedtrai ('or:
o FC OVER POSTOFFKCE.
T. E. Itzgerald E F. >,a--
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Special Facilities for Examinirg a:d
Perfecting Lana Title.
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phore 12-
G O. A. KLOCK, M. D..
PMYSIQIAN AD StIUGEO%.
SAcilatld withb K. M. Frusmo. O.
I p 114i att'-ntior. i -.-r, .'' -
tb- Ey*-. Elr. N(,- .:. :. r ,
,e'1K- HourP: 7"'; ; :..- --. '
r nod ; to C !*" -! "* -*--" ":
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E. L. STEWART
Pp-. ,!a: att-ntol 1, I'-l- ... "
Thrc, t ;-.:. : N -
Fortk Dowr West Post^ftice
Phone '2 4 .
SROY OWE, M31. D.
Physician and Surgeon t
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S:.to o Tciphonf *75 *
UCEA% BOtLE% Ak )
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corpy o. .'qmp. -:; .. ,"
C. C. BOtANQ M. D: .. ltav:. :.
F H '. 74-
C. C. BOHAN ON. -
S AyTcie Oan d Sua ron,
H. EUGENE JOHNSON.
'*r.? ',.* .
Bicycle Supplies and
Come and See.
W 'E.T KMN I ', V N F "
DR. EDITH B. SMOELM \k FP
60 THIID AV.ENLE. feccrho.t j3
M, SHUFRO,Tm mffm
Suits Made to 01dor Fim WLI61
AII work done inside by white bd.
CLOTH ES CLEANED AND PREMED
AT VFRT RRASNAS PUZFCI
A'I work calledW aor and delVIV
Foarnew" Mt m Hess -. Fth Av.
mad 3ist rai. .4ew Yft
107 N. Beach Sbvct.. % tbNC.
L. S. HALL
Architect and Builder.
ct~- 2 P&Imetto Arenue
I OLR STORE"|
SItlF SPOT CASH GROCERY
I.M S. MILLER, Proprietor.
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0** ee .S060epmepespr
The Syracuse,. E E
,lf -.: .. ROXBY'S.
UPi. J. C. tl .
I',,.. -~ .
* DR. A. O'NEIll
.A k '%IF-!T ALL TRAINS.
7rl 111 F I t i w tl`,C 1% DAIT(WA~
Blacksmith and Cauwiatfo
Shop in Connoction.
GEO. A. FOYE, Propriotor
~' Md.. I: 6h~:-r
AT CLOSE OF EslN8JAWIfWtf F
mas a"d Dirmoctz $54",49 07 Cita Smk)... -
&ocksand Bonds..1.1)if) Surplus sd iad
Ovwdaf........ vi V Ed PII3 j
ranking Blnmm and
Filxtur V. C. B.
Dayto al2.,744 9
Cash on hand and
II ,CI.t'n -'
.ocal Agent Wanted.
S-.- r~i P-.cr !..- wntqare.1
S :.. r ~ in this terrl-
r hdI d. rwV 1 A Gl
1 or~amlio. MVIE CV tS A CAL
FOR CHARTER. Pleasure Yacht1
.~ ..:1 (ctnr drL
I:;,,- a-rfu. -nin.-s. nod
4ln. a nd ieKJd fO&
ii.-P.-': E .s '.-
.4 4.. -...-- .-'n1fl-4.F~td wr
~~lj~ 1 ~~ fin.
* developingg Printing
and Film Supplies-- -
Anderson & Clark i
MILLS T 1.) k of
or: a I':i 'r a~ : ot
N 77 dpiAver ail
0 "'r mcro
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DAYTONA, SEABREEZE, ORMOND aw MDVYTA W
Ice for Boats Delivered at any Dsck-9-dl ar L
OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant.
WE ARE SOLE AGENT FOR THE
Famous Royal Scarlet and Curtis Bros. (l
And Like P. T. Barnum "'e Never
Advertise Lniess We Sbew."
('ALL AND GET PRICES BEFORE PUB
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No. 8 Beach 5
Secondhand Cars taken
O*IO-IO-- *;----*--_-: :
Street. Daytona, Fla.
ires, Bosch Maqgneto-
flowed the Trade
in part payment for New AS*&
piano, Jvern-IOUQ pi
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tew*~t-ie ui vo<(ic,
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T -ii kqr b~ I'
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01' 1 d w m oli
S. B OaRHwN
ISouth af: teet
oate Yrit Club
Our AUn-Bsvam eam
rerm sd bea
Ai the seemy.
WomFs mmib A
FLA nThe Modern Mi ob
^^ --- B^BF'Bll^RSlii?? n~ otaad wt bro06 with evy |erya ea.J nnimri__~
11 wneSeven Wonders 14Ade OFTEHOMS
k tl ow aisas(me aw the pure itesia IL
Sw"01"' 43__'_,o--- Ak-:DN A.-Water from the thousand flowing wells._01i
Io*lo0One Dof Daytoma crowing glories is It is -a ,-Unuon show with conmstantly n
r f ____ lllliJ____sa_ ni. .. l.her nomparablne beach. No one p owho fting soee. You will probably catch e ince .
S ...... ever set foot upon its soth, p ed the spirit and wbln you do the roads Recent arrivals at The Prince George i
NOA s| ma; no one who ever pedaled a bi- and the beach are yours. The Florida are: H. & Bell and wife, Atlanta; A
e cyle over It pexpans; no one who ever slshine is free, the balmy ocean H. Doze, East Somerville; William H.
A ]IN drove a prancing pair of horses and list- brefe ar free, the birds and squirrels Boos, Robert B.Dakin and wife, Toledo,
_______ ed to the popping of their steel se and flower are free, the sparkling Ohio.
A" "110 P~t 40 the 3Hal ifax River. futi ae sfe n o ilhv
i _i^i S t on t na~ltItax River. s pasphaltum.like face; no one foutain water is free and you will have ---
SgleNr J. M Il P prt. ; 1 O9 steered a high-power. automo- to go down in your wallet only for coin The Rildzww.. /
UIPIS-cW bile down the broad stretch of wave- for the auto and bed and board. e WW f.
1BE T IO- X^O. Rooms Single or En Suits with washed and surf-packed sand but real- This is no fanciful picture; it's all Yesterday's arrivals at The Despland
6Uh i n Flrwda. Tbeofthe best of eythin t edthat it is a world-buttr, % world.- herp. It Is drawing other thounds were: Mr. and Mrs. Rudoiph. Chicago: t
S i--- N-"able as the service will prirmit, given on i w1oder. Go stand upon this wide and hiding them enthralled, it will Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bothigy, Miss E.
IPs- speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and bold you. Come and see. Gammon, Camden, N. J ; Mr. and Mrs. 4
Gaao ina connection with the hotel. Store by by in joyous mood, and answer whether D C. Bennett, Albany, N. Y.; John F.
L sfit-1 mp 'agements will be made with g t eIethis is not one of the seven modern ... Ward, Savannah.
"W-"- ,PcM H1T River. The Bennett. |
'W004 1900pt.Pmm lvr
p-- ----I Where think you is water with more T Bennett.
_7.|.- m at ...a ...- picturesque surroundings? Nearly a a Late arrivals at The Bennett are: Mr.
le "" ... ,- .. :mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta. 0 and Mrs. R. J. Laycrafteraft, Brooklyn,
Th Ie | MinneapoliS tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve- a Kodak Shop.-- N. Y ; Elias Totah, J. F. Paddsor, New!t
1 Venis. La Sba am raada's looking out upon her bosom, are not Portrait Artists, nor York; Mrs. S. B flpyMrs. U. Elya,
Ii 2 RA\S *M Ia.* *3Ats PW DAY. ;gamey food fishes lp oputls number We are not Portrai t Artists, nor Atanta; Mr. and Mrs. George H. Cale, '
SPUOCIAL RATt1I y WURK.b it weeft thsemwth s are we Art Dealers. but 16 years rW
--Seventhtprt. Pboa beckondeing, as it were, to those with rod of close attention to the KODAK- Troy, N. Y.; Mrs. m. Ray, Miss Ray,
S" J. P. SAWVLAE, Pt e MIr. AMI, PFt. and reel; her bosom flecked with du*k ERS needs has won for us the rookly N. Y.
S2 **** ******* 0**, and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, enviable reputation of being .
Which sit about as if for the sport of The Despland.
I S iJPSei~ta. FM^FrComfort, bobbing upon her waves; watch that 3 fIST L IiI FIIILKtS I
J n a For P o re,' lubberly old white headed pt lican pou-ha ds i Cig godwran e Yesterday's arrivals at The Despland J
2' W t" i For a mes a fat mullet, and that fish hawk sti-g- Anyone desiring good work and ille;'
TXtr gllng upward with his floundering load strict attention paid to their or- _e were: B. Richardson, Jacksonville,
J.. e linac upwhetad J F. Leitner, Wilmington. N C.; A. R.
De Iwlt B-a- D I o- he watched from the water. ders for Developing and Printing, Cox and wife, Xenia, I ; S. R. Wright-
\ ( E See the beautiful launches, spick and w man, New London, Conn.; Mr J. A.
T2E the only shop i town man, N0 e. J. A.d Conn.; Mr .
--.M tNfw t w span, their hampers and lockers bulging : thatCmake, the Kodak Wsh o rk pnto Cheatham, Nale ille;, Mrs. C A. B-
i l Proet tr.' rbothsolidan liquid S that makes the Kodak Wlork a N rusdale, Mrs. Richard Cheatham, Miss
O tbms OfI with refor a crueshmentupbontheroli bautifiquid Secial.0Cheatham, Nashville; Mrs. C. B. Ben-!
H ACCOMMDATV $14. ready for a cruise upon her beautiful son, Oswego, N. Y.; Mrs G.A. Kenney,
i --sa-- wSpe k by. surface Take out your field glass and All work finished in 24 hours, 12MElizabeth. N. J ; Mrs. John Burkholz.
the 0 hours if necessary. 0
Sweep the river from Ormonud bridge to NMuncie, Ind: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L.
-- ..... ....Aou ....aon Pont e m Park light house, then say f Regan, Gardiner, Maine; Mrs. E. J.,
Rem- Hlotel P alm B each.9 9 whether the Halifax isn't a thing of 2t Stentcn, Liberty, N. Y.; C. R. Brown
Beauty and a joy forever, and one of OL and wife, Marquette, Mich.; J. E. Lytle,
H sc Rate s.
.V1 itxexctUd to .--Troplcli Mtplemlor of Fruits and Irlow- Eastman Kodak Dealer, __
d llftov hear 2 furtber South hv train or t oat that conws 2 The bmintagly Picturesque Ridgewood.. -
LM, Tbc I ..Yvtona I.ln.i B ec.h )B..t Lin- land, t Hote. l .Beach. .tretrItuyr &I AvPcturev ue TeSiwoma.
^*,B-- S. .., .^ *, .*u. *, .. n* .v*' 0I m. ]'it'i ntet Pi r i l i fll ilA\<*- =rs N^s
g^Bg^_ ^__--n-_ Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of The Stillman.
a--...-- I: rrri: broad ridge, straight as the crow flies DAYTONA, FLORIDA. Ll T t0a a Mr.
S' 0 Late arrivals ut The Stillman are Mrs.
"lM fc" rrI **-IHNH ~and the wide-spreading branches of the il******************* **l Martha Ruddick, Miss Elizabeth Rud-
SI J X rA,,, T ,Augustine, 0, heavy-trunked live-oaka extend their dick,Mrs. Clarence E CusterColumbus,
LV=(IA L.ArNXA( A Florida. a giaat arms across this magnificent vista, The houseboat Reliance, which Id.; C. E. Peterson and wife, Paris.
--- ...All Modem Improver..nts. 2: forming an arch, and from these extend- was recently sold through the E T. K. L. T. VanTassel, Bowling Green,
I Hlie All Moden umprover.ients. ..... -- ,,* -;Ky.; L. T. VanTassei, Bowling Green,
....Sco md._t io.....30t_ 1 ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss mConrad agency to Thos. S. VWheele, I James West Manid 0
team3- Accommodations foi 300 Guests 0,sway as the trade winds from tropic seas of Ilainfield, N. J., has been char B. l. James, West Mansfield, O .J H
I mlW 95DAV. N .inn., l toMMvlti. Writ.or ilug- ffan them. Looking straight ahead down tered by Mrs. I). A. Blodgett for a i1.li and wife, I. Nv Mr. JH My
:. --wtlt" irt,1iod I(okli .t. ,, (;elis and wife, U. S. Navy; Airs. J. My-
+- ---- MACOMWELL.Pim-"tp s. this white shell street oae has the im- cruise in southern waters. I lie )arty ers and son. Paterson, N. J.; Mrs. C. H $
0 --- _. .6 ~ ssi tlPtroN r.C t
.n *- *----- -.-4 ----- pression of a fairy path with elfiph dra- will probably get away some time S.nith, Blairstown, N. J.; Miss V. A.
a-- one*Demonsperies, but as you move along and cast this week, J. C. Pettephur will be in Will.on, Lewis H. Wilson and wife, New-
lM. an eye first to the right and then to the charge of the boat during the trip. ton, N. J.; S. H. Baum and wife, Dan-
Sleft you see distinguished cottage homes .: ille, Ill.; 1. Ilimnian and wife Fishi-
-2_ ...... :~~~~~~~~..Wanted, to correspo nd i wth par- viii, l. f lminadwfFsi
in the most delightful settings t.. l t ii
ties interested in building hotel at low, Ill. -----
SSurpassing Beauty otOur Cottage Homies. Daytona or Beach. Address lIhtel. -
No one of Daytona's attractions, per- care Daytona Daily News. tf Schmidt's Hotel.
--t hapt commands more nearly universal Adnuiral J. 11. Gillisand Mrs. Gil Late arrivals at Schmidt's Hotel are:
S- attention and praise than do e s the artis- lis are guests of The Stillman. Ad.- W. L. Coits, Ft. Pierce; I. A. Sin-
S.. The owners of these charm- are g e l ti ,-
..... '. .......----tic ---ag-. h r o th cmiral Gillis is a retired 1. S. Nav stroth and wife, lDnver; Charles Frost
Sing villas hail from every corner of the officer now in his leisure time seek- and wif., Mrs. MN. K. Ross, Louis Bra-s
PM LL PHKINS t TU L country a nd theybring their own arcmh- ing out those posts which le failed and wife, Brookly; A.E. Botts, DeLand;
-- TH III I N v tIilmn uHmTI L t ectura! plans and build ]upon tncm,and _- ",,((og .Mls akovle
JrI,.MsAI ..t arice. o nescio-f o see whi rcle on duty.I The Admiral Oeorge W. Mills, Jacksonville.
,C- ....... hAerAfo t e of course thinks 1Daytona one t t A party of guests from Schmidt'sOW
i/AN E ,ni ,k AUU Lcountry differs from the architecture of.f t
another, sodoou.oms.ife.i.ot prettiest places he has ever Visitedl lintel were.out on the river yesterday
SM- biM a Raty) s.. ward anotperaso do our uomes bier a out- and counts it a misfortune that he on a iishing trip, being on a chartered
m ^t ; ward appearance^^ and stucua eaty .",._ .."nald not found it earlier. le claims bot. \W'len near Milcreek the engine
from one another. There areoolar no particular location as his home. in their boat broke down entirely, and :
Si .nous rows of strikingly buildr ings t but it is possible that I)aytona'" they immediately hoisted a white signal :
i but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated c may- to ,itr. o o '~. of ditrass .
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps. hrlatetishe"nete,
the midwneigWa et.' ",hr.Sotyatrti h Ensie'
mindwonerig "~ha net eores~onl o iicetwith owner Stuhenb~ord on board, camne
Streets a. ..t.te ot n B s X i 'nted t o r el nl or li t along, but at first the signal was taken *
L of the U ives parties lnterestel in le'asing Ope)(ra ,ts a joke., However, after revolver shots *T,
Wh| 1y th ArhtetHouse next season, Graham Thtoml,-hdbenfrdteEnsie"cm
chose to give to Daytona the most ad- ~orn ,8,1-1-'t back to tho~e in distress and save theni
6e 4w a 3madmen ad
oL Mum with bh' 'al
y Los1[arl sad
No" m ewe~room.I
-~ -I-~eac w
mirable, the most picturesque natural
setting of all the cities of the South is *Fresh Michelin tires; all first-.
not revealed but that such is a fact no seconds. For sale at the Atlalitih
must be apparent to the most superficial Mutor Car (Co. and Central (;aragfe
observer. With such lavish wealth of tf
natural beauty it became an easy thing
for the hand of man to give the little SHETLAND PONIES.
finishing touches which have brought Terrers, Sure Footed a
out the colors and outlines of the big Mulctiv as Ter, Pientrs, Sure Donkeys.
picture. i Shetlands are foaledd iii tlie li!ds.
Man did all this in tlie laying out of live lln the filds andf lie in tlihe tields."
the streets with their wide margins of They have a rnit'lI di likr. fr iiiei>r
package, the entire city becomes a life and thrive l.c.t wliii :ll,',\\. lt t(i
great park feed naturally ,i lgrt'etll -1.1 I'- itii
And as for pavements, pavcments perhaps hay In winter. l'til two
that look and act like granite,-wherI years old nature l. A ides ai sft. \i:>,-
el between the easternlike covering. Afterward thw,. li;1ii',
else between the. eastern a d (-Oat of hair pa to le shsl
seas are so many miles in proportion to c ch sprilig, wIen the a ,riit. ..r;';r
inhabitants? Till sone unheard-of sleek and handsome. t 1'1 gr"vli
place reports more andl better, Daytona they are Immnensely strong. w\ithi \\ il,.
throws down the gauntlet to the world, quarters, powerful leg anil i L
width and depth ,,ver thlie hi:irt ;tail
Squlrrels, Flowers. Birds and Fruits. lungs. And, as eIleligh \I rile i!i I in
Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve. callous one
may be to many things, the mere men-
in his "Tour In Shetland:" "The
Shet land twuiy Isi tihe im-t~it 1 ,' a 1 I( of
anhinmals in the Ntle cr,:iti'in. Tliv
are sprightly and active a-4 terrier:.,
Stow. Itis unnecessary to say that a
l l')^ string of ti-hi were secured. Those
in the party were: 11. Entermnan, John
Kilt,. Joseph I.amnbden and Mr.
Smyrna figs ripen by the beginning
of August. 'They are not picked, but
whleni they r':ichli :1 certaii nmaturity
'hey I n, lii ti, dIry. ;'ind consequently
|they (lrii'> -n li< ie griuind. In the morn-
Ili o nc rvht',dv in the plantations goes
:i ;r, iild "Ith Iuckets gathering the
fruit, \hiiI.h they curry to a certalu
li, I' \\ l-,'re the ground Is covered
ii hdi'rY leaves v and straw (sergcli
ii:l ,ini wlitlh they spread the fruit.
,.\l,">,iI It to the sun, allowing It-to
r<-nri:ii tl,.rt, from, two to three days.
It t:i,cs.i :il,,iut three dnys to dry the
li t irf ,-rth l wris lprevall, as the at-
i 1,iir, Is t lictn very dry. If. how.
(,,ir. ; < sterly winds are blowing
\\'ii Y1i n'tI11is ht'avy dew at night. the
fruit iiint rertiln exposed to the sun
frin tive to seven days. Thli Is a
HOTEL DESPLAo N
Now Open for Season igo89.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and M
Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Eusuite.
Every Modern Convenience. Send for
Summer Address: ATLANTIC HOUSE, Narramnwmtt Pi
&am m it.
lee, -I" s Rai-- -
Fronting on the Electrie Ltg sad
Halifax River. Modern Ilprovemta
Formerly Schmidt'@ Villa.
HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Prorietor,
Fine Home Table
ftmay loom I
t M 26 mw m 212 wzgw mIm 2&~wwrwmw
WILL, REMAIN OPEN UNTIL ABOUT
THlE MIDDLE OF APRIL, PROVIDING
TIIERIE: ARE ENOUGH GUESTS WISH-
ING TO REMAIN TO WARRANT IT...
E. D. LANGWORTHY,
Hilyard & Holroyd, Pro
NOW OPEN --
RElFURNISHED AND RENOVATED
Steam Heat in Every Room
AME MANAGEMENT AS "TIIE BRISTOL," ASBURY PARK, N. J.
2t4 Northli il-wxxl \Av'inu
modern and First-class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths.
Entire White Service. Northern Cooking.
.imvwr Resort, The."('. .ni- A H n I ANF Prn-ri-fnr-
side, Mnrll* hh.tl. Mass. A I ..L ANE-, Prorietors.pC *
0000 0 0 404
IAYTONA, FLORIDA, D. R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
Facing The Halifax. Hall Block from Storesnd Pestfilce.
Modern Improvements. White Help. Northern Chef. ...
erms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application.
TABLE BOAID --- --
A A-~ A LA AA* *A A A A LA AA** .A A A *
IVY LANE INN 0
W. W. FOLT'Z, Pi',,,ivr. DAYTONA, FLORIDA
The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
Very Highest Grade,
Plea.-ing and satisfying the most particular people. U
- THE PALMETTO
* WELL KNOWN AND POPULAR. DAYTONA, FLORIDA. -
* Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River. 0
* A Homelike and Comfortable House. First-class In All Respctas.
* (' (). CIIAMBERI.IN, Proprietor.
I The Daytona Beach Hotel"
a I)AYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA 0
- - - - -p
up 1t CUY.-*
iI DI C.
806 CLARK STRWI
- FAL J 4 U Ym W
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a is 160
3 4-6 740
8p o km -
: New Spring Showing
From Lord & Taylor.
Silks and Silk Lisles, White, Ta
Blacks, Blues, Pinks,
Colors to Match the New Oxfords %
M. B. AULTMAI
We give rt*.! in the BIsl.-SAFord P'ianco C'..nteit.
IONE No 2 *
0 The Sanitary Barber Shop. 9
S'Tbb is the onir realiv Ssrctarv 0
Barber Shop in th. (-IV of Davt,-;
Sna.. Everythirng uE-d 'm ti- z 6r- *
0 ber shop is thtx'ou7! .l teri'ized *
0 aft-r each and c-vf-v cue?%,'r.
0 We charge a 1.i mit r'-rt V~rj*
* otker -boip-. b-ut nJ- r ,atrcL'. ii-
ing Ule -Litti, Rhooy- wil: ever
* ctrat ct s A Cski. d. e we a 'r. a
of I h- YNF#IK-- FI
*R C. ADAMS. Prpe~etor. 0
Not a %ursery.
i'efnre I rot thi% jot.I I l n n cn o d
so many f ty -.ir. ; .ened on
rtrwet ears.- &'id a RvtW -w -nt)'t4.T ac-
cordaing tu v!e r-:,v--r rP.c:. -Erery
day I a'I i W "r thatt are
arru; nzU r r:" 21 '""M. a ar- wa ithf
a I'.i'r a'-*n! "t ren0 u.d ttarded
MY A nr -q L r,! r- e.ov r.*, wn W hen we
rebatied FifTtee ".-I 4dtliftorrnza she
rIes t., r. -! *ff Tzi o.. was tucked
n.'T Ir :!' '- rrrer 4-f t*e "eat. The
wou;.In ;-i;~ci in the air-e. 'Say.'
sbe said to --ie. l'1 ::ke to ask a farc,
What lt zi; I asked.
'Fre g.tPt L. tre !.tn '1Nrc t,. do.* she
sacd. *W"Uld .i .'eage ttke btby
Pr-u d a trip wu:L y..u' I d.-r-t wrint
him wtb me. I'l te t* a-k when riou
vetqru to Ihit c(ber and take him'
*ab1dam I rplied. 'I can't tako
care t:f yww hair ~ urru'e he y.h
r:t t,1crying. as b# und'.tbte&.!y
*WeL p d--iW r",.' s 1-- &L 37 L,
cou'd s:ap Lrr ) ui, 49 u'
The Cosepiete Alplniwt
The y .. :' l 4
the J ML,.-..
-it Is D.4ue C.::: -... :m.o.le :.
toriug. -bra wiA. G:.A .a .-
iscl. ie r.- ok La
wi:L He 1-am1V : aL4 !..r h- i-
He c-rnr ..e:.L e Li.- -
wberewitb to -tt f'1. r hi,.-. '
''&-.# w b wrr % i ht -.) ;ue b,'...-!
s-c:Lku ~Fbrr aLd 1w LeSa -: fR
t.i L t;al and 414-V.j r!Le 51-e7- .
sa-a 0 on0 hac ha'k there ar- ,
,L tin-,-stubes 0? of(.nce;/ rn.
,ea-. txifee. candies. soaks. s-xr-a ..V.
P'mreg pins. brandy. n&La: *-.
nZ~'ked glasses And 3d2.::
iween b his .it!d-rm is a
E:~l,~k)Cit !.-lu~t w-hi,. b )~L !
Aur.ret run he wou'l si:.k In t'.e s.
swrno quite up Z. ?his Lnt-t- -- tev.ry
step --N'ew rles~n Tirre.s br N. r r
TbtrIs an ~. lashi.ed .Ilwer e1<
LU .e:4 k~r !cg one :rn:! W~e bare L
titd that It Cr%,ws -L :..
xrrre-. as I ftr't.ii; v. .e r
fact that S.w one Us 4"r..e v Is
f. qrwtten It raft y z:- b.,fo,::
r-ruers of o-1 f..) r *! rardez-
u*',' w-It grnr't m an~d 01- !:-s r.,
,estitagainst timing ajt'u4I -U!- Pr.-
Under Certain Conditions It Is Prac-
WIte a man 0S in: uza2:.a :1
the Mjt3rt. a~d sLk~u .i~b L \e%-i orvi-
1l-y with Lis aand r t- U a a Wt.&
from a Ipir-r aId v., d
backt Le awru. r i-iaTL- U:...ZrV
Tr44'ta citf .ud -t ; .a :*
~1~~~\i a wrlzt. i rk- ri
A vrtaw frvui a r I a.i
a- k -,:T;l
kDnixl a x;.,zi Tu *-:tr.i
Du'ZZ.t L-r'1 iL. I. :A .I....
if tlrbey were I 2"Ld1.> U. U.4 1d
a mau rer thv &AUL a k :U..ua.L t.
were a j a
lii,re is a U. t.ry ut v&:i. T. a:-z
that !ie c tqu'd k.- a h,-v I-r-
tLe jvt 0.1 4L tif v-', j.. i c '7 a
'n-~.'~ L.::~e r.Lit-i.:u ''
sit usg tt- -dge aid tl-W d -~a~L
the I I:. h sire:nl ".X a f.*r'v V.:a
U;~: Laa LLLCr out ), ,.ae k- k.
sz:- a n tinds and T-t J *t I :t icval
tla:.dirt-! Tt-: a'; ar 1:4: !...t t~t-i.I .-
~ 'utt-n Le of tLard
Tihttrv is a.W a pp~wer ;K--nt Lear
I'ur:tL.. ... 'u -ibre a 1U:.::-d Sia-e-.
a: eU.-' *l~ iz ac::i:: a :'vcu b:
-:r-~i~..~' L~ sw.rd be ai A
*-s r it L;'.:ia ft;*
e, 5-, 0L
.14A htc~ k .ie r-t4' a.:.-; i~-
tjlt-d it had suf .:nt '.-. -'.vI
wa-.. .... 'auL's aS a. as
trave:.nz 1hv sv a tL a:a
sma:' hydrra -c- ja, ii r .~ -
of a I..'.m:r. a ar :A :.ft *~~-. ..
Or t.- .v- a f-w ..'V~r, k- *r .
rump LaT.d'.e. and the ex Wr I..
r ii:-,: wt -; day d trIna :Iraul
ra:.r ?.AIS to a *Unlts *
er.i 0' a :~Jn
WEEK OF MARCH 8th
Playing one o the fummiest
Eva's Debut and
l)o not fail to see these people as
they are the.best of their kind.
Makes 'em laugh for
Vaudeville will make several
changes throouq the week.
Motion Pictures change every
Regular Matinee Saturday 3 p. m.
Admission 1 cents. Nights 15c.
IOOns O.Wz AT 73AX) P. M.
Thbe ruot popular
irdloor gameu for
[ADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
ft.-rnmoon and .-wrning.
U ______ U
TIEt Dw 9 TIE S[AN
MIU' WEATEST CARMEN
Reserved Seats, $5, $3. and $2
Tickets uo sale at Hankin's Li-!.;
Store, Daytona, and Wilmans 4; :;.
Houne, Seabreeze, Phone 177 TT.
IIUN o IVER ORAG[S :
f~ eOm Grape Fruit and
now btt Tangerines.......
--cen and bribht-- .o -. -
GNEOROE H. MUNROE
O(OWER AND SHIPPER
126 S. I vGEWOOO) AVE.-D-ltem. Fla.
LOCAL ITEMS. KODAK=- =
........... ...... INISHI NG
-L,-T-Valuable diamond stud. = =
Reward of J25 will be given finder F
by returning to Dr.."chneider. 3,12 Ifl TftiAT: Tll
North Ridgewood. tf BY UP-TO-DA LTHODS,
Miss Okal Dotr and aunt, Miss All Prints Made on
D-tv. and Frank Brown, of Kahkma- Velox
zoo. ich.. who have spent the last
few months in a oi:ttage at the ,
c-rner of Cottage avenue and South LETV i .,
;me street. left Tufsdav after- TO VT.. -
I.;r, r the North. Mr. Brown K()rD.- .
,.,m a tarienDt at the LDaytona Private
t:::ri anr. Sanitarium for some EASTMAN FILMS. 0
time. an, is much improTed in
health now. EVERYTHIN
i '.- Picketbook containing DAKER AL
: ''in urrency. draft, checks id At
ra ;, rs iL Lame of W. P. Richardson.
Fin er please return book and p- Gardiner's Art
e- t:, I.. M.Waite. [espland Hotel.
an: kr- m-nev as reward. W. P.S
i,:: arjs,,n. .Tacks,:nvrile. Fla.
There was an acci.ent at Orwiondt !
Sa:urav between an automobile _
fr'r t:ie ()rm'ndi II tel garage and
; : ?ze and waz,,n driven by a col-
-redi n:an from this city. The auto
:r*: k t h re. ti.rowin him it it i Sarat ,:. I:.; r -
-a; ani ',a'ilyv injuring him. The by iavor ,,-Tk.'
-ha.f: c.f ti.e wagon were broken. ; pass, ngr V-i a:.:i i ;::- -
- but the driver received n Elmorf ft.r (' T.ir.r. r -
n. ates rea. La' }. "-
Where to 0o mnd
What to See....
L.K-.n.d hv Motion Picture PbtenUts(e.
High Class Vaudeville and
fF IIE G. AT'R, IS WINDOW.
New Pictures Daily.
The- orily kind ladies and children
A Trick of Napoleon,
Professional (olf Tournamset
Taken By Corsairs,
An Embarassing Gift.
In Training a Husband.
A <( 1:AT I' lArU1.
i -. :'i.'. lutI..tTs.
: litp.1 1
I q- -~.ht .' P U. Il
Billiards and Pool.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
lures SIfrtzk. Greatest Num Bearonms.
Cigars to please anyone
Fruits. Candies, etc.
Sf. r the Bingham
'I~;-c'c. !:?'- i? siesstrip, to_
A ..Er had the.
:V -. recte n t I y fur.
:ht ri ver frint at -
i .fl2t : flain te I an'
.-': 11 .4,10n gen-rauly
-,rg~t-Fe Doane, of
.a. a':.-ani ir. a nd M r-.
A'..- s :~r street. left today
a* a: Me 'irne. where
a:.r j..a a bri.er spedinDg
Sn' c r L'n-e fur-
-:age. river front
.'.:~ .~2. 'e-abreeze. I
r Tr.e attr this
.i :.-N: ;, k : Le Pepper
L,: b.-Ards. The
~: .dL eartistzo
1 I ;ak:g i i 4l ~
.:~lz niglht!.. are
t:x. ~that no
'A .. v & ~':htthey
--. I l. i r the
S- ~ I Ius- 4
* V "'rdc~t "AiLU
-.. : Tiien
.4- -k 1 linz
FOR SALE. !M
Lot 1Ii. ,, Uraaif- grore in Learing I
Seven Rooms. in gocd. c, ofdiion.
Good wet I
Price for a Quick Sale 4. 6-00.
CONRAD REAL ESTATE
I Bond Lumber Compaqn
Rough and Dressed Cypress Lumber;
Lath, Shingles. oorinc. Ceilinr Rr.Ik I ; .... h ro___- -
I SPECIALTIES OF THE CONRAD GROCERY COMPANY
OUR DAILY M[ 4RW T QLOTTIONS:
ARMOUR'S ; THE NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY'S
SSar. .am Bac.CAKESAND
Star Hams and Bacon CAKES AND
BARAINS I I I
Saver Beadi Proper ty
5i-n r m o o.ta to Ct. fHw mm
Saths, rouWded by f o ,l i
F tw together ith all ecm r o
Sfcing the i for ale term I
a ReIsotrAL ae STATheb
4 e a t-fr Io m t hathae Ies oil
ORMockd OKMONDed 0M|3-
L .... ..... C... Da a Cty :
. ..-ysIn Ormond: ___ __
containing ?3 ell fAUribSed n aad
i a, surrounded by 3 ares of fl bearig 6;
treaa, together with aYl mue mry o t-ud i~pm
facing the Halifao, as for ae C. Uerm. to Miy:o
DURPSIS Tbew "0 AWSSI
I anf d Ynrar .: dY i FI j 4 ijw0tr Irag.e A -t
SjR. J. 1ALBy. Mbwm
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