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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 12, 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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Volume ID: VID00340
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Ob hBr Tw mdray The Floida ErEnt Co
of t PhelM deatty oootemptlate som
N~\ pNgw depot but Jur
41givme : ha not been given ,,ut
di&w undt t he employ of the Fle4&
wainMd noted for gCvlhi out im
f N ,ar-& play- uie to Ute pl e and p
olrporato.
S0 It b icwuemt numora
odor"-jig bs not conteopltated
a lew mitior changes Mn
IL8^.-Mit- ue iuwtrior cunstrutitk
iM w 4111du and *t will dg at that.
.i Vn ae the c'h'uge" c cntemp A4
of ltw |ire I t while ral
p dW" era (.,itd, aiiiug rocm.
col .r waiting room wi
Hp M a g1ed pa- deudorised* repainted a
N W* O~e white waltiUn room.
M --FY1 P pr not bo~ rooir w
it le tie to eularge the white mia
lmi l The ba gere Tke t I
s u non tI at the expense of the ex
b~O0 m it in sad.
rpnpmd a Now how do you like

S vl Mnu. It dosen't look like an
SSl M "he ow airy7 depot with toilet
0I bt r HM -aM 1. acceMories, such as tbh
wI=I t hey vwr the country are building
m mew The F. E. C. peo) Ie
--lMt lhave decided upon th, el
W lW ddh. with et forth, will proi
1nmd ma&e the chang s. I
of wlkdm? How lag
Id awe"could 1'm cement meet Day
SI M : IAr me.r tar" Not very long.
C. L 3 i.mman. The Daily News inritl
O nes at this point eat th
rl U I embers to better things and the F.
1> bo 3ltCkb Tea ert ot patch up this make-4
Arora he to 5 o'clock
6 w- hU*lhf would asist
b & M'Si Tbo1Pe Entertained B I
A*j emiUd be a civic B
lw ubmi at 7:30. All At their cozv wittel
pi Ld. Daytona avenue Mr r
JIW so Mim Goodall Sheely, of Corry, u.,tnt
Mmd theafternoon. The of their bachelor friends
v_ of MKr. Mellor, Jr petiziJg Florida suppe
Tho table was well lsd
N pgwuram war carried made viands, preserve, j
and the mince pie like ctol
S" Ool-l.rinaun. etc.. the handiwork of the


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-ii ,o ? HERO MEDALS NEEDED IN BLOCKS

mat pseple evi- ) 4 Thursday morning a happy party left
Schaane at the ( Schmidt's Hotel in the fleet launch Ern-
twatchane / 4r 1/ a A estine, flags flying to the breezes, music
SW k in floating out over the waves, the bunch
systemarenot / as happy and joyous as any that ever
emaof--l l_ ..../ "eft the Schmidt wharf.
/rpsesof.hi The party was made up of 1I. C. Bo-
hock, Jullui Miock, John Kolle, H. A.
ata now build- ,^ ^ Intermann. V. Neuherger,.Mr. Kaufman,
Ra I but tat J. George Schwartzkoff, one lone lady, a
D to be mad in %Mn guest of honor, and Conrad Stubenbord.
= of depot --Brinkerhoff in Cleveland Leader. Commodore.
It soeem that They had a delightful run down to the
e the conversion Inlet and dropped anchor off the gov-
L -g rTm into | j Nermient lighthouse to njoy the fresh
The present | breezes which were sweeping the Ernest-
ill be enlarged, ILL ine decks and to do a little fi-hing.
.ad usd for a HTg caughtAT only one shrimp the
A part off the gentlemen deferred to the lady member
rill be tJrow in aot the party who ston cast it into th#.
Itg Iroom. 0 deep water, all expressing the wish she
to be e nlrged I t || O would land a fish of sufficient size for a
pres offie, so [By 'nltdl Press.1 [By Vuited Pres's. meal for the party aboard.
But the best laid plans of men or
D WASHINGTON, March 12.-Presl- I vLVU UO$ BALTIMORE, Md., March 12.-The But the et laid pl' of n r
mice gang aft aglev. Hardly had the
this arrange dleot Taft at today's Cabinet meeting -- steamer"Love Point," a big Chesapeake bait hit the water lxore, there was a
submitted the first draft of a message to The First of The Big Aeroplanes! Bay excursion boat, burned to the v the hook and in less
artistic, roomy the extra esion of Congress. It i water's edge today. The wharf andtug at thnd in
Simpress the necessity of a thorough re- Is In The City Preparing other property at Kent Island was de- time than it takes to tell it the on lad
rirod of vision of the tariff, call attention to the 'stroyed. All the passengers had landed fisherman, the cynosur of ally, we
nowaday. F. of cl a t t For Flight. overboard into the Halifax'
no.w *, condition of the treasury, war taxes and F but the crew had a narrow escape.
!,if they really bond issue. There was no time for a ,liscu.sioun of
bang aw bwr e- oIN VIW *IT B BATE A teh best means of rescue. A ladv over-
ba-y go ahead TR board in the swift, treacherous, shark-
But -it part -WILL O 0T infested waters demarrded instant ac-
wiUl sch ar- lion and the valor and chivalry uf the
tona's require- ILL SOON As stated in yesterday's I)aily -Nw.s, i men were given a tc.t then aind th.re..
the first of the flying inachines to take A Ac, ing upon th. iiimpul.-e an atlbltic
a that the busi- 0b part in the coming ra 'e nts on1 the' I ember of the party plunged headlonii
es Daytona to beach has arrived by express from ('l-, N O 'aftr the lady and ri raid successi,
BE O ER cago, accompaniedby the owner anafter the glady i and ir succesfi,-
E. C. should O cago, accompanied by the owner aII t four other good -inwiiier- foii.,wc.l suit
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lor Friends.
r bungalow on
md Mr. John
ertalned a party
with most ap-
r last evening.
en with home-
jellies chutney.
other use to bake,
e hoeltm while


SBroer Poll' the genial host prove ded imported re-
,tvpb* snd Fawn,.'. freshments and cigars. The dining hour
l.3IL elbll. kteumwr. was prolonged by thb humorous anec-
SMr. Henry Mitchll. dotes and jests of the lost and the eve-
. r Hrt.1-. nintgwas one of much merriment. The
M1i Mrs. Mell(r, Jr. bachelors took particular notice of the
I H.M'hi. happy home and it made a deep im- i,
t. fIie. pression when compared with their
- Siewa. nlll _i. t boarding-house manner of existence.
A-MW 4Vi1to PopljKr. Work has been begua on porch exten- I
If. Biter. sions and the addition of bath and sleep- i
Mr L L. Thmol;,eonl I
-IN Th Mrs. R ,tr. ing rooms to the ct.ttage, and while Mr.''
.- Holhi..n. and Mrs. Sheely will return to their I
Itn. O.0. Kell.er. UCorry home imniediatAly after the race@,
Seb (;lOd& rd. next year they will ccme early and stay
EI's.-lkiI.iy MnAo Bttl. late enjoying their roses and fruits.

"'Twentv horse lower Runabout
Sb kildamg otsatS&Iver for sale; in" fine condition; full
r0-- ie Club House, equipment, ificludi ig sieedometer.
t emV pKUeM. Apply gas lamps, etc. Mist sell. Address
tf 1P. 0 Box -1 21 Dayot na.


As It Stood Thursday Evening
me BUM A& AFFORD PIANO CONTEST.


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practically built this -:roplane hiimseilf
The count of Thursday evening in the aid has made successful flights with it
Bush & Safford Piano Contest showed at Chicago, where he has resided for tiee
the Daytona High School now to be past five years, going I t that city fr io
past the ,0(K),(KK) mark, a remarkable his home at Clear Lake, Ihwa.
number of votes. The Eastern Stars Mr. Bates, whi, is quitc a young m:.ni.
made a gain on the Halifax Rifles, but has worked out smine \ery important
at the same time the Elks gained over I features in trio construction of hi.- ,ia-
38,000 on the Stars. Miss Mary (;ille chine and attributes the fact that it can
again passed Miss McCann, and one new be operated with fromli one-f,,urth t,,
candidate. one-half the horse-po er if otl.rhi :r -
Outside of l)aytona there Was nothing planes to the greater (eticinicv (f hi.
4f much interest, and the vote was light. propeller
Miss Ruby Spaulding passed the Sea- Another important feature of Mi.
breeze Congregational church. Bates' machine is that it is st.lf-stl;t.tePt.
The contest is fast drawing to a close, that is it can be started in light up, ie it-
and March 31st. when it ends, will sotn own wheels without any laying of tmaik
be there. A number of valuable due or other preparation, all that i -, il'.c--
bills will be given away, both in and ,ary being a coxteparaPti\tlv 1 Ie\,el -ta:nt-
outside of Daytona, and those in the'ing ground. This is a great pint, :t-
contebst had better make a living nii- Mr. Hates is (nablaeld t,, ;ilip,ht :lIII i. ,
and get some of the spoils., successive flights from (litTrcfi t loch:-
From now on if people voting Will be tions, pr(, ovided only the' l:y of t4 e ia ,!n I
careful to vote right, and plain, the is favorable.
vote can better and imorte often, be The :eroplalne whiHe i.-n t in lt,0 e\
counted. press ottlice, knockt-td leOii and c'r:tri
ill be put tgetti,er. i.'i.ii tl ;inA ti .:
iut aty sooein .a Mr B:it' .- ia.', -ilIe( 1,t *I
HOLY W EEK lRtal ion il.iar tie l.t, atIl ,-,!,.-tru, t
HOLY W EEK it *i thlter in 'aiele ht hil-1- the lihte. .
It Will lplbhal.y taIke t\ o i day-. or n.I :
FOR MARRIAGE t ut it together il tiapei for tri:'.
T e'ic .eruplale Mhit it r 1] i i ;l; .t -
FOR MARRIAGE, 2. >i;.LJ feet h at extremei p.imt.1 *1n.n I
O \2 felt at extrc'i2ee' pi_, 't i t I :1,.,
.nine fctt in hliight. The' )t, ,r r i ; .-
i h( linder gasoline eil ineti l t. i ,1 t\si i '>'
*By vrlti'd Pr',. i htir.-<,tower anii like a!i tiie l. i'.::i .i,;
HOSTt N, Maas Maret-i 12 -u-eull the iachin., except thut 'Ill-. t. i-
GLriswold Colt said ttday that htis tiar- Mr. Bates ,wAni de.-li : r11l c ol-ti, li,1 \i
riage to Ethel Barrymitnret% would take Mr. lites. whio a ri\,,i :it 1 5I p .i
place Holy Week in Nt- York, where c..-terday and put up, .iT lie I,-j l)e. :id.
they will spend a seven-day honeymoon, lo.-t time in lloki, .I r t i. iI t-
as Miss Barrymnore will not be' playing tory, \V. It. Iettr.- t ,i;n h over t'1
that week. He will lcave it to the ac- the beacti ihortly atlCr i. attii\;al :I. I i
treas as to remaining tonl the st:i'e. lie expre.sses himtsself as -,r atly ii(. .. i
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$160.000 Promised alyl_ -. I
He Wifl Help Frm Ma
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fTUNE KNK AT YIE N

It used to be said that a tucker" is
born every minute. This pitlcula
brand of humanity became so much in
evidence everywhere, on all oeemitms
that it was quite apparent that either
*"aickers= were not dying or thir birth
rate had multiplied in an eselsratWd
ratio. The latter theory is now aempted
and the individual with a penaint for
gold bricks is now thought to be born
every second.
An incident occurred yesterday which
inspires the editor to remark briefly
along this line. A letter postmarked
Madrid, Spain, purporting to come from
a Russian fugitive who was once a noted
banker but who absconded, leaving a
deficit of over five million rubles, was
received by a Daytonian recently.
The fugitive wants help to get him
out of prison and in return for this
offers the third of his immense steal.
The writer cleverly imitates the hand-
writing a Russian might be expected to
use, but he "falls down" in toe con-
struction of his sentences and otherwise.
lie begins "England" with a lower-
case "e."
Accompanying the letter is a long
slipping from an English newspaper (so
he says) which gives a full account of
the Russian's defalcation, flight, ar-
rest, etc.
There are perhaps men in Daytona
who have bought gold bricks, but if
there is a person hereabouts sufficiently
unsophi.-ticatvd as to nibble at a thing
io palpably fraudulent and far-fetched
a.s this hte should be sent to Chattahoo-
ilet' at on-' or else a guardian appoint-


I i,.d ',., anl or a niinute tiet, ';%ttl -r I.tl, iuhrtni t'c 10 ItKP Car' 01 n1is interests.
ed as the quintet of n r-tr -r liii ci,'l \With telcpousts, taxiabs, rubber stock,
1L.S AS NL:l.tES, Cal.,.March 12.-R- the frightened ladv. trani tn bndm,. mineral lands, patent
f, rmers areelated, having forced the res- Those on board ,: ut i, an:, rit:.rcanda thouandandoneotherthings
ignati.,n it Mayor A. C. Harper last a sounding piole ill :i jilTv anl l tr ll .ory. i(,aira.teeiri big dividends in rapid suc-
nii;hlt.; id they announced today their brought safely aboard, tio \v.r.- fohr Htit,, i there is little excus for the
irtentio,i to ire..s the investigation of experience than thie 'c.ttir thl..y gt I
tet othe to rls.add 4)n returning ti, the citY O th. "t I-,.-rictd ,i, ick" artist to go across the
ievrn wthhor lirsttltrcw hlcan.Noll- t hi f o e 1,h.,'l ,;-,.;m fi,r .t fortune: it is here knocking
nothing to his statement today but that and tigured mo-.t ,trisii-,iou-lv inr tI,. ,.,,,y :,,,,,i's ,,or. Wlu you hear it
lite %as "doiwin and out." 1 1csays he rescuee bcarni -e el.,,-,, t ,-ir fr ,nt door, go and invite
had 2',00,000 'hen h,. took the ,,oice,' rent that he dr..,! the tire,:. ,ii \ v ,ifc"'" t \ """ fnt drT, go and Invite
th ot00000er resu.r :and tlh.ey : 'roiit it '!i,'t Ji ut, :i at a back window
but is nicow practically broke, having put hint in chains and i iim i 1. 1
-pe'lt it all advancing the iuttreLts of .iun back on t he ..'p h .-k \ %t r, ii. :, ;:-
the t itV Iroa-sted I 'rowi. .rrivinti 'i I '!i, v
It i: lIcl'.c c that the ia:ti reason for lal1 hinm uti it11 tw J ,i !: 'w: 1 l ( lets verdictt For Big Money.
',rie time hefore it, wi- rn.la.,t l t;
Iiarplu- retir.-ment is a picture in the f: lad ilVhe i- ir ,.t l~. i ,,,., '.
iof the reformrs snapped f\ I.\ ar(h 1 -avid Lloyd
thi. Ma.i, aid hits conilferee.- on a trip Lt is t,.,itV :bWardd a v.rbict of one
u.i I~ran-cisce As I am compelled to build myI i ,,,ia,,l poun ds ir thee libel suit
It i- belhivcel ti:tl the refiorli cantl- new hotel else here, I offer my. bi'iight agairis-t thie People's Wetkly.
iat-e fr lMavy,r t;i,,rge \\. Alexander,. property located in Seahreeze, ahi'h :tiiade th ,- -harge that Lloyd had
ill d l r. Fla., at bargain prices. See Con= Iatil a large stan of money to keep hi.s
rad Real Estate Araai, "Ut of the recent divorce trial.
rad Real state A.\gen. E. ii.. lt %ill gi the money to Welsh Char-
Potter. -'-tf.

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t-.e broker, ll:ariv B. Sudar:i
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8"AREEZE. Mi rb 12 -Mrs. Gam-
ble received a teleram from Mr. Gam-
ble Tuesday, dated Cairo. Mich., con-
tkimiag the cheeriz g information that
Mr. emartt, Mrs. Gamble's father. was
better.
A charter party of 15 or 20, organized
by MUn s. Watermmo and Coryeil, board
ed the Yankee Dodtie Wedniesday morn-
ing for Knox & Bed's grove, % herethey
enjoyed a delightful day Measre. Wat-
aron. Coryell hnd McHardy went pre-
pared to remain fcr a few days' hunting
and fishing They expected to make
Mr Britt's home titeir head'I&arters
A Wednesday awtern,-on tea given by
Mrm C. Coryell, Grandview avenue, was
one of the delightful social events (f the
weed.
Frank Bianchii .rried Sunday nii:ht
on a visit to his pi rente and -All :t :;i:,
until after the races.
Mr. and Mrs Fau*-11 and Mt. and Mr.-
Erregger left this moriiug on a ni.ftr-
ing trip to Oriand -., and Kissiriiaacu. (A-
p'rcting to Wrturn Saturday aft~rriooii.
T'iere are Isev bator but not yet ready for Dublicrttion
A deal of more th'in usuai i tvrest i*s the
purcbase of 100-ft. foot 1t of J JW. Er-
regger, tna Halifa, avetAue, by 6.Vt->rge I.
larrell The dea was made direct Mr.
and Mrs. Farrell will ctm-sidcr plAns f'.r
building right away with expectations
of spending oexd winter in their Lonme
on the Halifax. Mr. and Mrs Farrt i


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AND FU'RNISHED COTTAGES.
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Everything Modern,
Homelike and Comfortable.
Directly on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.
$* .> l'l.E DAY AND [UP
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DAYTONA B1LAC.H.


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are so peasantlvid--ntified with our :- 1,/l4 -rrzn'CSS Js s7eina
ter ,mtial life that it is a matter of L:er.- ,Sabrreoze, .ioritdn.
eral comgratulutin that they are b.,n .: t' x *.
fide property owaerr in Seabret ze r";i. 1,a ,i ,,.a ,.,. ,. ..., : ,.,,
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Mi Eliza Ho e am d niece, Mais r-: Lr- htn.- t:i,1. : r.t.. ..r ,.,% s i. a..,! 4 ,. -
eonce Hoge. of Wheeling. W Va arrived W rt., f p. V prl. ,T ,,:..- I r.
from Orlando yetterda7 and vwill spend
several weeks here, guests at Prine..ssp
Im a. Mir E. Hoge iS onee of our pP- Tile fCllT HOUSE s OT0AGES,
dar winter viMtor
Mim Margaret Gamble joined the Tv- IAYT..N BEA-. H. '+.


udibor ger
AL IL767ommmim~ DiQ f anaer
3.dpmd cle~eawmautter rhe-
oembbr 1, MM, at the postomfee at
JAYWMs6 F116 ander the Act of
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Ms Ceakete Hiaks, proprier c -ii -, ^ ^-
The Magnolia, on No.krth awo
SyL e MIU9 JIbspiauday~ from fmub -- -srnHuinin^a
GaiaeiUle,while her daghtKr. Mi W. POPE
Bowers went on to Stiosa Univer- F .- W
sit7, DtL-ad. :2 Attofty and Counselor at
f Law.
^j__.VT 1 ^ ^^-_<1 ^l I r~elfte In Btf *a" Federali Courts
LOST-Valuable diamond d. o o ev-M POSTOFFI
Reward of $25 will be givenC finder 0t to go .. us
by returning to Dr. Schneider, 302- --- --- -------
North Ridgewood. tf IT.K.n,,Ue d E .F.Oates,
Frank E Chase, manager of their FITZOERALD & OATES
Cable Piano Company. acompaniedj Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
by Mrs. Chase, departed Thur.day Special FaieUitiee for Examining and
for Jacksonville after a few day Perfecting Land Titles.
spent here on their ra from a Oce in Conrad Building. 'Phone 128
visit to Cuba. I I -___ = v-
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nished, near The &olomades, Sea-
breeze; coquina cottage, river frost
lot, orange and grape fruit. 84-3t
S. C. McLanahan. Seabreeze.
SJoseph Shaw and F. E. Baird, of
SCharlotte, Mich.. friends of Goo. E.
SKellog. who spends his winters
here. stopped over from Wedneeday
until Thursday afternoon to see
Mr. Kellog and alo have a look at
iDaytona. They had been over on
the West Coat and came round by
way of Sanford, but were very fav-
orably impressed with this section,
particularly with the peninsula.


DAYTONA BEACH, March 12.-
Prof. J. H Selden closed his high school
at Turkey Creek. February 26, aad is
now at home with his family. He spent
some time visiting schools in the local-
ity of his work before returning home.
Mr. S*lden has leased the Abla cottage,
corner of Seabreeze and Ocean avenues,
for three years He takes possuemon on


April 1.
Property sales continue good. J. C.
Butler has sold another quarter of E. E
Aus-tin's lot, on Valley street Seabreeze,
to Benj. Martindale. This gives Mr.
Martindale the half lot.
Also J. M. Hults. f New York, has
purchased the E M. Montague orange
grove on South Ridgewood, Daytona.
Consideration, $2,000. J. C. Butler
n.:tde the deal
Mrs. A Holcomb came over from Pa-
iatka the fore part of the week for a two
*i,,y- isit at Surf Crest. She was ac
c('mTpanied by her three sisters, Mis
Kiti'rine Lewis, of Yale Center, Kas.,
Mr-. If. M. Ham, La Grange, Mo.. and
Mr:. E M. Rugg, of Barnes City Iowa.
.',*,iiog from inland States to our beau-
t.ifui coast town, they were perfectly de- '
;iihwed with everything. They invested
lir. lv ia pictures to remind them of
the three unrivaled towns by tWe seas
and the river. 4


Mr. Sanders, of Lebanon, Ind., and R
S. Hlolk, of New Hampshire are recent
arrivxal, at Surf Crest.
"i, r'.rent arrivals at the Daytona
Padch I,,tel are H. Jeffs and wife,.
Chi( a~o; C. LR. WVagner Sandusky. Ohio;
D. A Ilenslev and daughter, Toledo
0iI .: J M. Schra-dcr aud wife, West
Ilpe. N. D.; Mr. and Mrs. F. M Study
Attl,'.oru lails, Mass.
Among yesterday's arrivals at the
Seaside Inn the following are noted:
Mrs. A. E. Kirny, Duluth, Minn.; Mrs.
Mrs. AWmn. N. Gallager, Mrs Nat Har-
ris and maid, Versailes, Ky.


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0. A. KLOCK, M. D.,p
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ausoclated with K. M. Fer r-e, M. 0.
Spinal attention give-n to lio.f.. it
the Eye. Kar. Node aijd Thrfxit .i i
hitting of GlA.,.s..
Office Hours: 7 to lsn. mi.. 1 to I p. 11.
aad 7 toS p.n. Phon.-25. 21llW-tII
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E. L. STEWART
I Physician and
i Surgeon.
' Kspeclal attention to lsl..-as of K.'-,. (K r.
Throat and Nuw.
Ferth Drw West Postoaffice
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ROY HOWE, M. D. :
SPhysician and Surgeon :
Officeand Re5Iealdcs: lM so>. K( ,-* -
wood ATvenue. opp. Rid,z-.woxd f1tt-.i *
O0Mce Hoarim 9 to 11 !I.11.. ? t"' 4 .2>id~
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Office ovoer tho-A M' 9104l P!; r!; 1
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DAVTONA. FLORIDA.
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Architect and Builder.
Office 209 Palmetto Avemue
Daytona. florida.




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Forty-two (-- t over nili; 11 foot after doek
%ihawnaing. Hats powerful engtw4e, a=
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vrubw .on litlanrd waitk-rs cof t. 19.C. BerthaI
for psmrtv of four h.widdeo engineer and COok.
For rist-i npply to H. C. Tuoxpsox. owwnr,
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H. EUGENE JOH.'%SON,
Bicycle Livery.
Currt-sf a fu!I! ;it,-, c)
Bicycle Supplies and Repairs.
Prices Right. All or -i= r. ,.t. .
Comn.& ad SeS.
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CALL AND GET PRICES BEFORE
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LIVRY ER STABLES : ATLANTIC MOO CAR
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Bicks.mith a ad cAp.iT. ji No. 8 Beach Street, Daytona, FhL
Shop in CoAmectioa. I
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.. Diamond Tires, Bosch Magnetos
WV. B. TALLEY and Spark Plugs.
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Tbeo. Seugmiak, at Dbayms BmkL
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a# a sing 61 -10 a Ia ft b a eetha s sabow with seata- u
bml-semu= h b e"AI No we .w. mhg U"e. Yetmwill probably a Cob
@W ONt e i#VW I, 14 d pa thea-drt 8whe8nyou do the roads Arrivals at The Bannet yindo wmere
-"t -so .. .... m me wo evem pei M d s beae e ym. The Flodd R LH. Lodge, E. Somervfle M .; Jmo.
4171118 & O he expmn5*; ioeaewegm *41 wehbe b froe%# the balmy oan Healey N. Y.; Mr. and MN W. C.
dve a pmmm pa r laniof issnd ht- MAbre aratne, the .d irdseid squirrels Chamberlain, LoubiviUle, Ky.
and ~thepopping o ta t ..i W &0a loom@ an bethe sparkling-
ha altusl~sm-M as; mo o se WMater is ltand you will have
wei M .I P tvir. a e"w.t1m- a hlkgb.pw onmo. tso g downm your wanet onlty for coin Schmildt's no"tl.
St,._. M b a f wa- mfor ,the auto ad bed and boaed. Among the late arraivalb a Sds
Or--CU ftt wtr m 8,s wth WBi.d 110*. pf 1c ma d but re- ThiT Is no n amful picture; It's all Hotel are the followmg; Herlo Mete-j
W..-BKtb1.1 2u th at b it & I wrhd-..beater, a world, bwre. It Is drawing other thousands ger, Wurnberg, Germay; William Me-
S'....n-- il t gi vat, gIs moo weder. (.o t upo" tU s wide and h4dtlig them enthralled, it will Wbood, New York City; Mr. and Mrs.
WP^sday end the happy sofib St charm mand hold you. Come and see. E. S. Leskom, Caldwell, N. J.
--o- n B-l witm-l the h l. S mOw by by .l.y 04e.ad aMwe whether ___
wi a be 6 rwit gh thS *Is a" m e of the seven modem
;w oes. --" The Palhwtto.
---- --- The P1i0i. Pg uij SMWIl, jTf li ^e Among the recent arrivals at The,
%her Othak you Is waerwith more d ri 1^ Palmetto are: C. F. Moom and family,
ip/ p^.imetuMrque surromandinp? Nearly a Cheraw, S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. J. Hacken-L
-- X%1 wide, fring with tropical t eta. Kodl k ShO 0 heimer and family, Buffalo, N. Y.; Mr.
W $%{ \ "' a rtistic cottee with roomy ve- "a "" .o and Mrs. Albert Batchelder, Little
spend umaet L po1Ik oem adt'stloingcotugswthuon r ovomy we-
'. -. 1-Z .w m rlt^<'s looking out upon her boeam. 1 We are not Portrait Artists, nor Boar's Head, N. H.; Mr. and Mrm. H.
t A;I- 2 -- CT W t n- ga food fishes In eountless number ga we Art Dealers but 10 years Darling, Lloyd Darling. Gloversville, N.
andl --1tvaeth reo l i he -ug..m t were, to thoee with rod of close attention to the KODAK-e Y.; Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Brannum, Little
' <.---- "l l. md weAW; h besom flecked with duck KR8 needs has won for us the: Falls, N. V.
E-_*000 tepO gpo-gp..o and mot and snowy-winged seblirds, enviable reputation of being -
fc '- -k ^ i w h ic h s it a b o u t a s If fo r th e s p o rt o f e _v i ---.. -
? j ~ ~~ser "t, bobbnlag upon her waves;;watch *tat TI CLASS i Im [ I The Ridgewoed.
v: .': ~ siii ~ l-n PI --I*. I lubberly old white headed p, liean powsh 0." .. ,.iv .. j
F" a f B e P h m, a fat mullet, and that fish hawk tpoU. Anyone desiring good work and The arrivals at The Ridgewood yes-
k s- iing-up fat m u lle, ward with his floundering load Striet attention paid to their or- 0terday were: W. F Muiholland and wife,
rL a d .... he matched from the water der for Developing and Printing,0 Indianapolis; J. B. Walker, Jackson-
*L aSee the beautiful launched, spk and wUl get itatLESESNE'S KODAK ville; Mrs. E. F. DuBuel, Mn. E. C.
e If M .Isw e wt reshmes- both olid ant luid that makes the Kodak Work a S ovill, Cincinnati; Mr. and Mrs. B. P.
a m ..cr.. usf w.thfo a c-ua-e upon her beautiful Specialty. -Scott, C W. Burry, New Philadelphia,
m -' S Takefout your r caeld uglas aend e autfAll work finished in 24 hours, 12 Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Farabend, Mr. and
..rae Take out yur from O od ,,to ursi Unecessary Mrs. Pfeiffer, Hoboken, N. J.; Mrs. F.
______ weep the river from Ormond bridge to C.SretMs .HbarSr-
I? I' Peac--e- Park light house thea say A I, I C. Sargent, Miss M. H. Hubbard, Syra-
SPa, rk e light hosH cI ,tnm cuse, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert, New
if t l-o i B eun ad .l. jbe d a owyHalfavx a t hi ng York; Mrs Forepaugh, Min Forepugh,,
ll beauty and a joy forever, and one of U. E O Paul.
a ( -. Ajcnm__ I _."Pamon -i-I the modem wooden. t. Paul.
a-? 'repii pulenu of Fruits andF lo w- Eastman Kodak Dealer, Mr. Frazer. late of The Clarendon, :
ftterftth y mi xboat that Cams naftlyPk esquRidgewoo.sa
m~L BaIhmwh Boat Une lands at Hotel Be t ree"I0 B hrt ntarIAve 0 held a fire sale in the Ridgewood sun
SRidgewood avenue is upon the crest of 0 rooms Thursday. Purses and novelties
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, DAYTONA, FLORIDA. are his line.
-' ': ******mte'Mnd the wide-spreading branches of the U-4_-- NI4--_-_**-*U U
S I- A T" r wA St. L t1A liheavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
i ^)LA IIJl0ALA] F" *giant arms across this magnificent vista, The Despland.
-H AM Modern*prcve t. forming an arch, and from these extend- Late arrivals at The Despland: Mr.
i ed-&rnse grea t festons of parish moma M
....ao f ir-- -.-tiona foa 300 ,..t. a a the ta ...... .. lno picVA 0 and Mr. .Cha and M Edna Friherts
+ tI. .ausr, Pitt burg: Edgar G. Wilson, Jr.,
f^^ ^ -ffiHdtO or Guests sw gay as the trade winds from tropic seas ^ TQ l hauser: Cbas and is EdnaFrG iehen rs
the .J tnaWeht. ....... A / acon, Ga ; Jhn A. Vhitner, Jr., Mri.
in r Uw- II. this white shell street one has the im-_iS w J. Yerkie and Miss Watson, Jackson-
U P .. p.ression of a fairy path with elf-h dra- l ville; J L. Sheldon and wife, Wakefield,
series, but you move along and cast R. .; C. A. McCulloch and wife and H.
Fl S1 an eye first to the right and then to the v K. Galpin and wife, Chicago; Mr. and 3
ileft you e distinguished cottage homes Mirs. H. F. Carpenter, Providence, R.I.;
Sin the most delightful settings. Attorney l. M. Bennett camine over j H. Rafftery, of the Dixie Flyer Route; ,
sm saeabwSBmaty .tour Co t.ta e from DeLand Thursday afternoon.. A. J Smith, Louisville; B. McGivney,
SNo one of Daytona's attractions, per- 'Fresh Michelin tires; all firsts, tuBois, Pa.; J. Zubycks, DeLancy, Pa;
______m __**haps commands more nearly universal no seconds. For sale at the Atlantic and the noted aerialist, C. S. Bates, who
9 attention and praise than does the artis- Motor Car Co. and Central Garage arrived in the city yesterday with his
tic cottage. The owners of these charm- tf aeroplane to take part in the coming
uag villas hail front every corner of the races.
Im aml vl m i Mi *PUT i country and they bring their own archi- Miss Martha Jones, of Lawrencc- The ('larendon orchestra gave a con.
I ectural plans and build upon themand burg, Ky., who his been spendip ce.rt at The Desplaud on Wednesday
w Cow. Wd.S AM. A Jaks nBd. a the architecture of one section of the the winter at Orange City, arrived evning.
L CgHICAOO country differs from the architecture of in Daytona Thursday afternoon for ___
S| another so do our homes differ in out- afew days visit with her friends,
B md l 9^." E ward appearance and structural beauty Mr. and Mrs. W m. Hall, on Nortlh The Prince George.
.- ifrom one another. There are no monoto- Bahtre.New guests to arrive at the Prince
m nous rows of strikingly similar buildings +Wanted to correspond or meet (eorge on Thursday were: W. A. Jones,
J ^ |L | ^^^^^J^^^^^^B1 > but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated parties interested in leasing Opera thicago; H. L. Francis, Atlanta; Samud
,{ to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps House next season, Graham Thomp- (iibson and wife, Mi s Gertrude Gibson,
L the mind wondering "What next?" n. So-.I Constantine, Mich.; Frank ,ilman, Miss
Rate Oilman, New York City; J1. C.*
Streetsamd Psvemeuts theMost nd Best. :W.Ianted, to correspond with par- Simnmons, Frederick, S. 1).; J. D. P.
^^^ ^ XWhy the Architect of the Universe ties interested in building hotel av \Vhithock and wife, Rochester, N. Y.;
^^^^* ,gg i^ chose to give to Daytona the most ad- Daytona or Beach. Address hotel, W. H .'omftck and wife, Brockville,
k l mirable, the most picturesque natural care Daytona Daily News. tf Ontario. 0
~setting of all the cities of the South is
~~not revealed but that such is a fact' 0For sale at a 11argain--t~o gen The guests of the Prince tGeorge en- O
~*must be apparent to the most superficial erators and a I~ushmore center ,uycd a card party on %%edncsday ev- *
P& .nodekedataeoftof observer. With such lavish wealth of searchlight for automobile. Appl3 irdigg. e
"" $ (150,000 natural beauty it became an easy thing Daily News. ntertained by a concert by the orcbes- S
R1 ___for the hand of man to give the little- rltofTelrednafrwhc *
Il s"a ... 'Ph s-~ d inm. ._._ .. .. finishing touches which have brought. The Farmer (lets Even. ti~e Mi~scs I.ydia Jones, of WVoodhaven.


i ~~~mnl o i n r e, uwn jbzn out the colors and outlines of the big
S| ti liorenuls i out the colors and outlines o th bg Seems tor mne a man of your .-tanding L. I.. and Miss Anna M. Van Saun, of
Rnt4s $~l nd Uwars 'picture.
OnofttS kniot uniquely hiing ROOms in the community ought to drive a bet A.burvy Park, N. Y., delighted the guests OI
In fthbe country. our fat mous Indian Man did all this in the laying out of ter looking horse." critically rernarked itli ; number of beautiful solos, both
f i *I 1 ~f<'.cl Notock B |trve and ,ursine the streets with their wide margins of the Cleveland Plain lealchr's funniv iati vouuig ladies being the fortunate po- OI
q McClintock & Bayfieald, f parkage, the entire city becomes a to the old farmer. "I won't trad-' ,in s.-.-,rs of sweet voices.
great park for the fastest roaLter in the hull cun .
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AD as aor pa. e uiiL ,a, pavt1nut. o
that look and act like granite,-where
else between the eastern and western
seas are so many miles in proportion to
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of
place reports more and better, Daytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.


Squirrelds, Flowers. Birds and Fruits.
S Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve callous one
may be to mauy things, the mere men-
4-in n "Rnnirrtle and flowers, birds and


try," said Farmer liucklebcrry.
'"That hoss knows just Ahat t., do,
when he meets an autymolile. lie ca-
vorts around an' topples over an' breaks
up a dollar's wuth o' buggy shaft and
mebbe 50 cents wuth o' harni.ss, and I'll
bet I've collected much as 'cben hun-
dred dollars from tht, autyvmobile own-
ers. The old hoss is all right."

*Desirable building lots at Silver
Beach, near Automobile Club ILiu.t,


*l, Pocketbook containing
*^2O in currency, draft, checks and
papers iu name of W. P. Richardson.
Finder please return book and pa-
pers tto I. M.Waite, Despland Hloel,
and keep money as reward. W. P.
l'ichalrdson, Jacksonville. Fla.


Mutton Birds.
uriug lsix weeks every autumn the
41) iuhalbitants vf the Australian Fur-
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2 Broad Piasa.mn all Sideo. Room-----. -a-- N .
* Every Modern Conveniece. Send io DooSUsL

s summer A^drem: AThAMNO OU6ea ___rs-mmt" P, MM
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Fronting on the MSdu Ua0te and 3
Halifax River. Maodewrnmumte


5Schmidt's Hotel
4Formerly Schmidt's Villa.
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49 HENRY SCHMIDT A SON, Pr-pldsvrs
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Fine Home Table DulighW n
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XILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL ABOUT
THE MIDDLE OF APRIL, PROVIDING
THERE ARE ENOUGH GUESTS WISH-
ING TO REMAIN TO WARRANT IT...


E. D. LANGWORTHY,


The


Prince


a PROPRIETOR.


George


Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,


DAYTONA,


- FLORIDA.


-- NOW OPEN
REFURNISHED AND RENOVATED
THROUGHOUT


Steam Heat in Every Room


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



THE BENNETT
A24 North Ridgwo(wl Avenue
Modern and First-class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths. I
Entire White Service. Northern Cooking.
Summer Re.sort. Th side.Marb.ohead. MTi.s. A* H. & E. LANE, Proprietors.


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THE STILLMANI
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, D. R. STILLMAN. Proprietor.
Facing The Halifax. Half Block from Stores and Posteffikce.
Modern Improvemcnts. White Help. Nortera Chef. ..
Terms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application.
TABLE BOARD .


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W. W. FOLTZ, t'i,,i.ii. DAYTONA, FLORIDA i
The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
Very Highest Grade,
l'lea.-ing and satisfying the most particular people.
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Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River. f
A Homelike and Comfortable House. First-class In All Respects.
C. 0. CHAMBERLIN, Proprietor.
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TELEPHONE No. 2


We give votes in the Bush-Safford Piano Contest.


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000000000 -..We have twenty special tax districts
in this county. While there are eight
counties ahead of us in this respect, yet
there are eleven counties that have none
at all.
""- I T -HI [
no T-> awl y Barter S&OP. j
h lb e the Ov tealH SataryA
hb BIPt epiatbseityof Dayto-
a&a. wyU taed in this bar-
b I bep w thorogly sterilized
affor eac std eywy .ustor.w
;We etaq" a bttl more than ;E D U l~ E
,otMr d but body patroniz- !,
"tis ie tIe Raody' will ever O MURD R
enat a skin disease of any i
hited It It at
will ar-11 lafr lth patronage I
o1 p abSe. lrCVlKnv oi, tI-K 4I H3. 'wt. !d r....
Vein e-aTa CASK. MEIA
C. AAMS. P wpta. Mic MEDIA, Ohio, March 12.-Guy Ra&or,
... I convicted of the murder of Orie Lee, bis
| :sweetheart, was today sentenced to 20
years' imprisonment The prosecution
held that the girl was' alout to become
a mother and H.t.-Ir watntud her out of
SCHOO Nthe way.


tCB(1 INFW -IOWIIN,"


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Statistics are misleading unle-ss thr-v
are carefully considered, so please not-
that in the following *ometitme. it is dt-
eiable to be as near the first as posit'ile
ad sometim though there is room for much improve
Bent we have to feet proud of our rank
and standing as a county
Last year there were 134.722 pul;..!,
enrolled in the public school- of 1 "ni:t
-83.910 white and 50.S12 co! .ed "
theme Volusia county ctir 1,.5O white and 1 1 33 colored
Among the coUrnties of tht State %,-
lusia county ranks l4th in the iju:at,-r
of pupils enrolled. 13th in the nu!'nb.r of
teachers employed anid d in the nuni:-
ber of schools maintained. Tis tirc'ais
that we are far above tle \averat- i:i th,
number of large graded *.t'.,J,.> ntaan-
tained rd in ti r hr.t.r 'f t t if.I t -
em played inr ., pr 'rt.l r ; Wlhiie w tir.- th :a thatt Lu ,IIi r tof
pupils ezrolle, \e aw. 110t. in th iturii-
ber of pupils al.x. e I,. 7th grade. This
shows that me are inj a measure, suc-
censul in hboldini ,,ur pupils through the
higher grades.
We aret 13th in thit number of te-achers
employed hut 3rd in the irunuber hold- i
itg fin-rt grade (.ertil.cat,.-. 2tid in the
number of graduates of Normal schot.ols.
and 4th in the a:\erage expi ri. i:e, f our
teachers
There are taeuty-four c ,uvt-itn-a i i .l j
State that It v% a higher avsessrnent f, r
school purposes than we do. yet \'toldasia
county ranks -eveath in the aggregate


SBy Uanitl-d Pr,- ....
PITTSBI R;G, March, 12-Anthnryv
Shwogler. of MNilwaukee. br,,ke t! e
world's record today for tA,,-rnen team
bowling 1304 pins.


Bridge Party at Mrs. eeIs
Nmrs.Florence e w\ellan ttrtaiKged
aba ut t w eraty of h.'r 'dfriv-;:js Thu.-
day evening at ceitd-. There %ere t~
tabkfs and 1after a i d' gh tful time -.r
ini the gamne of Bri-'d-_e, i%: which NIr-z A.
Hilliard w' .n the t,,r-t anid Mrs. L. ().
Smith ttac -#. (-:,n A p: ze. deli'iou- re-
fre.hrne~tv ert, .'r\ Jt,, ad-i to ft,.



.!elt of 1atI'i in- r'itt w ocamne
O'e., from IDc'an Ti i .v, re-
tairneti t-, ha! (Itv : lyW! ,-1
l:ert- IL. tts i-'t 'J ti~e a'i -.
Port Orainge. Liri-='orian 11 i l v
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TO-NIGHT.
Friday and Sbturday vIA be tOe
Great Mod Rdfthg Act
Ezra Keadal, the ittle do& will-u
for the children a Inee mo b
Saturday-
To-nifght (Friday) will be
Amateur Niht.
Mr Mills will exhibit his wonderful
strength Will carry a piano across
the stage single handed.
There will be several amateurs oa.
Take notice to the black face team.
Fi-t-class performers will appear.
Mime Ethel Talbott will appear on
the stage for the Last time in Day-
tona.
Matinee Saturday at 3 p. m.
l)OOm OPE1 AT A7 M."P. M.
Prices will remain the same.


BOWLING ALLEY.


The moat popular
Indoor gatue for


LADIES AO GENTLEMEN.


Afturzoon and evening.


NO). 14.


BRACH STRICT.


JSI MENTS


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MADAME


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WL'S EATEST CARMEN


WILMANS


OPERA HOUSE,


Seabreeze, Fla.,

Saturday,


March 13th

Reserved Seats, $5, $3. and $2
Ticket mon sale at Hankin's Drug
Store, Daytona, and Wihlnans Opera
House, Seabreeze, Phone 177.

ElAN IVE ORA oES l,01'
Cru o the Grape Fruit and
Quality-
now bettr Tangerines.......
-lean and bright-no cI.+,- or ru-t.
BOX TRADE
fliiriTBn WIlllttn-id to hippmg.
5ULIDlMu Prices .-usonall1..
EOROBi H. MUNROE
GROWER AND SHIPPER
ia6 S. RIDOEWOOD AVE.-D yto, Fla.


:LOCAL ITEMS. KODAK-4
:.......... ^ ^ ^ ^ INISHING J
Sam Null, picture machine opera- I
tor at the 'Gator theatre, has left for
Jacksonville, where be will visit for
two weeks with friends and relatives, BY UP-TO-DATE MIHOIS,
after which he will make the South- '
ern territory for a Baltimore con- All Prints Made on
cez-n 'Velox. ,
_Nurse wanted for two little' LET U S S.-ITW y', 1 iv:\ "
girls. Call Herrich. Schmidt'e Ho- TO 1BTIAIN II-ST
tel, Daytonia. RESULTS Fll-M YulFt .
RESULTSItt.ly 't
T TT S 3 I KODAK.1
.1 H Rafftery, district passenger KODAK.
agent of the Georgia Southern &: EASTMAN FILMS.
Lmornia lRailwav. with headquarters T
-t .ldcksouville, is at The Despland, IEVERYTHING R FPTHE' I
L;I\v:Ig arrived in the city yester-: DAKER AL\NAYS IN. N
.!V Mr. Rafftery represents the Art
,i,,;i Atlantic Limited as wellte as ari ero .'s A t
the DIxie Flyer route. j i011 s rt?

I, T Mulkey returned fromSmith i
~Store.
creek Thursdav with the force of rl
nere engaged in putting in the draw j S or
ir.,ge The Maxine engine went
kad this side of Ormond and they -
were obliged to pole the boat, andi
the loaded lighter in tow, from that -
! int tV-, Davtona. -'Saratoga Im < ; .rt, t:" -.' ;.


'Ai IT.MOBILE EOR CHARTER-Four i
cylinder Stevens-Duryea, hour or
trip, call Morgan House. phone 110.1


by dlay or "-et'k >,Ix iv lii-t-r. .t~
pai.&84.igeTrctbi '~r :-' ,-
Elmuore for Tar-i~er, Iiim:- i r!
Rates rea~',a.nnhle.


'GATO IAT
Lh-enxpd by Notion Picture ft-toi,
High Claw Ya-_vgi, a"d
Motion Pictures.
SEE I.\E 'GATOIN WINDOW.
New Pictures Daily.
The only kind ladies and ehldres
appreciate.
SPEOAL EXTIA FNI FAN t
Real Talking Picturem.
This is no Machine, but the lHumm
Voice, done by
Ed. S. Lewis and Miss Fannite,
The tiriginators of Picture Talking.


THE WHITCM
In A Country Boy and His
Best Girl.
Miss Lottie KiUer. Pbmat
Matlia-.-. ,il i.ttl 'nt. la d Htuturtlays,
fit .:!g: > p. tl.
Admission S15c. Children 10c.
I'oor-, opt-ri ait 7 ) p. ni.

Billiards and Pool.

CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Largest Stock. Orestest Number Beds.
Cigars to please anyone
P. LADAS, SOWm
L~L//^j$TIIEIeI.


Fruits, Candies, etc.


BRITISH PRINCES.
Very Different From the King In Ex-
emption From Laws.
S4, privihvgt,1 is the king of England
zII 11;s etxuwapt io'u froui any and every
aw I--i hat .-on %%( uid naturally ex ect!
tii,4ajjsrrn wight do pretty much as
twvy like. But Exiglishuwez have al-
%4iia blva U%\cr% .jealous of royal per-
~oi~~s.and the fact Is that princes
en joy very few privileges indeed. A1
;:rinktcof -4the ro~yal bidoAdmay be tined.
likoe a a y .rdiziary nwortal, if his mtr
caig vx-ved14 the legal limit of speed.
T1he Princ ite fW~ales cannot be sued
..~:aa~vf-ur dehi. If the debt Wa Dot
1-ai t.h.. *reiia'r mamy take out a sum-
!,t':N~'it lie imust suwwqmoll the trews-
ur~r. b' 4 rthe priint e. If the case goes
,ijv irv.tsurt-r the money is Paid
-U, 'h l 'e j ict&s 'assets.
I. 'v.1--f tht- king whop is under
Ilk.. marry without the
in .:.r ujp4.~ra.ho~wever. a
\ .I*\' ed -te!desired lto)mar~r~y

.1 ~ r.-trazihis s uri'lti ele

I r a ::arIf olur-ing that time,

"r l~the. 'uaID
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1 hr thckinght -uthe
.'.~:i *.fhI.- ighCt top dub
l.l l1k- lJ'4 1.1tt).4 tIOhe
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i cmt~og M wA uraum = m ad 3
ibet]., umr~iudeby 3 sum of falbmwiig 66400
Itrueak spbrwith all usemfy 7outrbmw W
Iwngthe Hl;fxis for ak s o Mtwo it~ '

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Winter Homes.


NORMAN


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Real Estate.


FOR SALE. +

Lot 100x30). Orange grove in bearing.
Seven Rooms, in good condition.


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Price for a Quick Sale At4OO.


CONRAD REAL ESTATE


Bond Lumber Compan
MANUPACTUROM W
Rough and Dressed Cypress Lumber,
Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime amd CMmt i %
<1Mc Phone 83 J. MALBYM IM


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