-r Lk OW A
a o b ,,ibH "o n i r
*e mn ione of tha mot a Miag t ,oc
it w elea f the mae v ewas h an reptin
n ta S4 akd t Friya e afteNooutf o |l, tt b" erld
ViOdd AVe the Florittdtia -u a
Sbir mk. tL. 0.3i aofm, a0bu 1108h1 bwerez
OW4 sb m Of bW IlieW XMC. A.
am 4 OV .Of kbgati, and & DL
W atnewY= City.im uWas
e tpsut, nmok to a1410 9AofKIMm,
gK^? alums -d tie other with eadl lme ehi BOO at 1:44 from Palm Beach, aecom- 0* 0t V alt earth with a string tied around it they
llZ If.Jha BMoelN Tim __, Orehee- furnished paroled by her companion and 8enor! ---would, lhke Alexander of old, sigh for
^Bg i Ba and eotho fricnes& h f bee she
P W uab toi aftevoo d the an her p The party rom Railroad Com is- other worlds still. It is a fact that some
w met t the depot by Manager C.. people are never satisfied with whatbe
Hpi-a Mls ^^. irgorbmn we M rvd nar Mr and Mrs.Charles Fogg, of Stabreeze, c w *Ajon their table it's fowl they want; give
Sa thwhortpt was acquaintance with the singer at them meats and they develop vegetarian
so 6smdt%i. IncLLU" 1WA)and M a~ad
|Mf^4(g l ,lgtbrouht her to Daytona. Mr. andl R"" ~--~J]D tastes at once, if it's hot they want it
********BBalai rl r f ft j l n Fogg had contemplated taking | D (Iil^TFF? :cold--always after something else, usu-
ne Clve to Seabreee teir auto- itatoa. the mttainaw.
ewn~s~a~seslgwe~soMAACALVE COMMIIN MISSION WHAT DID'
robil but fearing exposure to the tt o It A striking example of th trait of
^* ,. <"* breese might effect her throat, or bring A o eo me r e to!bruh character came to notice yesterday at
Cal ve OmA the store o the Conrad Grory Cotme
"M:90MWW MANT'n f HAS ARRIVED. NOT Ak F TER SHEc WANT?4
Sbe || |tn on tofe, tohe pvregffr reed t oalmar doarom St Augustin.e Monday to bthe- wold sl p to i. aft some ok
enoon at 1:44 from Palm Beach, accom- gin the work of alteration of the s tarased- it t
^^kfJ andte te wilth caVt lilies E C 0' oeart wthe ave rige tibedsly around it the
JIM P T he ci .aos.oebera tuarn ivbtdped by her companion and Sellorwolik Alexander of old, sigh for
-in s ndtew Madame Carh e will accomp anist. The Wilpa er A epo m Ral.rad Co otis nerd d satpisnfed is t h at s
SmanM O oera t hi s and g It seems that the plans as tipped o ff n ian comes theirway; if fish happens to be
and U H. Dbm, wre housei tand
d 'thi al.eDobmann ser t rMrand Ms Charle s Foggkinds of Svegeabreeze, on their table it's fowl they wat; give
whose acuaintance with the singeree I rt them meats and theymdevelop vegetarian
So at i povMt is ancipated that the celebrity will be and tastes atonce; ifit's hot they wanttit
*R.'jfC -rlfe.ldF.ogg had tt ietobp greeted by a large audience; as many ?ed out. a It struck the clerk with such forcei6 ,
^^X B^H ca tied t Daytm oitd od Itot be are coming from Orlando, De-Land, San- It was curen reor abu tonha uch surprise, hie immediately made an i
BI l; I ti endtsa to add th e Calve to Smyrna and other nearby the Foda it oast people were ally the uat f tnab esh vegetable stock, I.
*mobile but fearing exposure to theM butiwhih tons n p by the oria A striking example itof this trait ofis
So boufuy bowed. If you have not al read secured seats Commission to do something for Dor bring char acter came to notice yesterday ats; 4,
S e. of th popo to abl a Civic telephone prefto Managerred to make the A force of men tearem g up and change theurnips; 5o radishes; 6, mustard; 7Grocery Cot-
S YO A trip in one of the regular closed omni- down from Slabout Augustine Monda Ry tuo be- pany. A patr9 on came in. and10, parsley 11ooking
"gin DAtheNWSwoadkCofmltraionprofd. h 'e
thborufslertonost.pasn over the vegetable display, asked in a
S.b 'aTMadame Calve will appear at the Wil s i isj ger depot. tired and disappointed sort of way, "Istard;
Umnos Opera House this evening and it. It seems that the plans as tipped off this all the kiiids of vegetables you've
LBria 1~ri .DtaB h rn obig|1 |Y W l ll "Tt .'' 4, dandelion; 15,. cauliflower; I16, cab-,
Sfo ited aeti tho public AIcwhred the Ccoein yesterday's Daily t i hNwe s ; 17, celery; to be c, watercress; 19, egg :ar
'-a old rited eit f who re, iO e the beMefeta the reply ltt 20, squa.th; t 21, string beans; 22f or
. --kmictoatto both pubic an private which will at-/T BRAf D F AVCA T TALLAHIASSEF, Fla., March 13.--greentpeppers; 23 tomatoes; 24, pota-'
beso world-wio a d It is to be greeted by large audience;It as current report about town th atD t.suc k ur hec leda md a s fs.e ee
^^llih-a~esoede pnf amd a geeral detire for the as- 1BU lrl ~ eevd omsinr aehad no It must be a veryvdelicate and fstui-'
ex|'p p etd thet deoratinyt of ouldn ot, better care from Orlando, DeLand, San petition Florida Est C oast people were be- ious tastif this comprehensive list of
af f vbeln t lotshe inpro tmverto ford, New Smyrna and other iton s for imrovements at that fresh'vefrgetables palls on it. ock,
Tieti to pdhnee. e idiimeot 0;' parls, eite. During the great race carnival the place or complaint of present facilitiroa (;uess she wanted "greens." t
i d tieotfpublims of antit ut, muniesipal ni- Di y News will change fro an after- ind are nos:handling the attr ..
atu. apt so boun fu other g betood works, which will yo ua to a morning paper Eastho i of setingcu fo ,arsnips; 2, beets; 3, carrots; 4,
t f thi th loesal oity sti more attratCive This chneange will render it vastly more h I turnips; 5, radishes; 6, mustard; 7, let-
SJitdl- a a pato embradeDe and a ds a resort iterestig to its patrons for that p-n So here you have iti. St. Mary s, Daytona Morning prayer
Sfor winter visitors and tourists rid By such arrangement you can gt ssion people had bed.ap- l seron a. i; evening prayer
meeting for the orgh nation of the each program to carry with you preached by a mirepresentake. Thive body. del- npinacli; 12 chard; 13 a0 i. i. Special music atard;
SLen u has been alm tor next Th -to the beach and a ful a ut the gated to confer with the great m ,gul evening service by male vested choir.ab-
dayat7:0p. m. in the Palmetto Club i previouday's sport, of that system, a depot might hav b age ; 17, (racele Churchy; 18, Porwaterress; 19, egvice
W old oritaii citizens who relize the benethefeply plant; 20, squash; 21, string beans; 22
VM Mt OuttSO both public and private, which will at- TALLAHASSEE, F~ILL., March 13.- green peppers; 23 toirnatoes; 24, pota-,
Of A Hosi e Ad intere sted invite to at This will also given the entire Daily secured which would wia redit to this :d seratt o n es2 p. .n.
ol prt and a general dire for the as- force an opportunity to itess receapidly expanding city and a comfortve to iustGrac be a veChurch. delicate and fastid-e
Siltthete a deoration of grounds, better care n Ier wil be well poked tt wo und soiun eti era a if this comprehensive list of
Slateer dtfvacant lots. pmprometo the pupublcic tay depend on come askind go. Mr. \i\provenientsat that fIres'vegtables ah at all services.
Stim to laces, hotel etioewhre, I otr my everything worthe gretantioning being duly utor complaint was not fre. \\hasent ifa eilitierv- l Guesats share wante. Everyone welcomes."
s a i Sion of ypubc located n Seabreeue, featureni body's is nobody's il ine-s ahd it r,.- l.antn nervics next week at St. Ml-tti
Sb k tatio and other gnpod wrks, which will noon to a m suited as such things as morning peaper.r East Coast officials."slr e :3
-I-is tbl' render this locality still more Attrative This change will render it vastly -oe R. HULDSON U .('u"EpsoaChre.
is a iel as aplace of residence und as a resort inlteresting to its patrons for that pe- So here you have it. St. Mary's, Daytona-Morniag prayer,
S.l Estate ArIst. od. By such arrangement you can get if the F. E. C. o had ben tid seur.onay-a.oly.; eveommuning :30 prayer
A eingfrtiorgan ieeachdays program to carry with you proached by a representative body.(ei-mdscrinon7301pn,.rid. Specia-muicat
A metn for th on of the t tev. Father B. Mceivnev, of acu- i
.Awgue has been call~d !Or next inure- Iotebahada ulacuto h egated to confer with the great inoguW .,veniing service by mnale vested choir.
g ,^M MMMM M~rn iriir"- ;i U~ l~Frriburog. la.. Fande l, e rvr. A.M.uv
b As It Stood Friday Evenins o ortGraceChur cah,, Miort fres o e.
tday at 7:30F D P .n. in the Palmetto Club iEST. of thather t'Bole, a depot i city, areC or ran
All iBy given t edePr e.Da visiting here, having arrivedi is **A1n1IA pI.M
. 2,076815 ; WASHINCTON, March l --'he erend^ gentlemen lnd thapetvnr
f. p n 1.515.5T nsNavv department ils cobsewtelllrothe ad- here nedsomiewhatir tras thB 4 p. I.
" 1mp I ,115, ito visibility of sending maynes to d Ndar- o er experiencing in tlMeir h, .ilri rt at l
-: "* *" .. ... .m ** i an rm is .waitirv suah a an ares- dr.s. F.r i 11 ._
ks ur S~am
day said that \Williamrn ()i.ef.t-Li, one oft
the suspects, was positivelIv ,n- ('f four
who killed the prie-ts.
ue, Silver Beach, at a rare bar-
gain if sold this month. Bing-
ham & Thompson.
- -~- -' -- -.-
Shot Dewn As He Was Walkufg Amf TiG- -'m `.- ft
Italian Streets For Papers Or W They "Sfti P"
He Carried lT Uak YtP?
T WVAI ITAMUIIN BANNTS. Ml I N FBl
(By United Pres.) Aftetr s tamely tli a-
ROME, March, 13.-Joeeph Petrouino, of the Antlered Hed t ma If
chief of the Italian detective squad, of have finally bern- Ov-,m a I
New York, was shot dead last night in count of Friday riag Ib I B
Mariana square, Paleremo, by agents of Safford PIFao Coam-t -o--I i afi
the Black Hand. He was attacked asan intorestig elhAs-Me B d p-
he was walking along the street, and be- tne StauS ,bueg mow tIAW phM,
foie being mortally wounded he fired eoup of l abs o-- IM 8ft
four shots at his assailants and is said to and abcuit 5U,00.00 16- t m--m
have hit one. place, the HfaT -21--, wI- d
The police say that the object of the Hello Bili will mest al to pam
murder was to get papers known to be So far the run of the B hasI b i
in the possession of the detective rela- markable. Being a Jla et diudtoI
tive to operations of the Black Hand in enter that order ha Im ea as
America and Italy. extremely fast rate, swmepbgamrjry
Petrosina was recently sent from New before them. It will be a ra v wh
York to Italy to ferret the Black Hand, from now on to the fiA but pr
a fund having been subscribed by rich may be sprung amy day ow.
Americans and Italians to stop black- Even yet, however, the Dayta IB1
mail. School is polling the kla r rts of a
He was one of the most valued offi- and the many people that e paelsd 1
cers of the New York police, see the students fall downa t eali
The murder is expected to start world- seem doomed to diasppostamB t.
wide warfare by the police on Italian Outside of Daytmaeverythisg a-i
bandits. quiet, the only thig of iaterala Ia
that the esbrem-sCor-mg rtdalod- m
has again paused MiW Ruby Spasdhal
A RECITAL CALIFOIN
BY CARLETO&N. AOES WI
W. T. Carleton, the operatic baritone 4 1 1
and star of the Carleton Opera Com- A letter recently received by W. I
pany, will give a Song Recital at the Edmondson, manager of the Normmman I
Palmetto Club next Saturday evening, Dayton Real Estate Agency, from C. I
March "Oth, in aid of the Joseph J.ffer- Slough, formerly of Daytoma, and no
son Memorial Fund. The program will located at Live Oak. Cal., savoi
ct1(z*t of English, Scotch, Irish and strongly of the time when Noah bui
WeI'h songs. with a selection from the the ark.
"Banack Room Ballads" of Rudyard -Cornelius F. Slough, a brother o
Kipling interspersed with short talks Jacob Slough of this city, migrated I
apropos of the songs, composers and California with his family about tw
periods. Mr. Carleton will also recite years ago, and is, or was, until a ft
an original poem by .Joseph Jefferson weeks ago, engaged in the pursuit a
and tell some anecdotes of the great agriculture at or near Live Oak.
actor's stage career, terminating the Mr. Slough writes that his farm ha
program with his last words spoken been under water for three weeks, am
on the stage in the character of Uip." the rain still continues. There were tw
Tickets $1.00 can be -ecurcd at Han- feet of water under his house, and ha
kins' Drug Store. been for days He said he would b
<,bliged to make a move, but it was dii
ticult to get even their trunks to a rail
road depot as the horses sank to thel
bellies in the soft mud. Many peopi
had abandoned their homes to the flooc
railroad bridges had been washed away
ME and Mr. Slough said that unless the rai
ceases very soon, it will be seven
0 months before the soil will be in condi
tion for a plough.
Mr. Slough's letter is not one of conm
[Bv I'llit'td 'ro "-.-1 plaint, but merely a statement of facts
NEW (YORK March 13 --Thirteeninue made while writing in regard to prop
are under arrest on suspicion of being erty interests here. Surely some sem
implicated in the murder of lFather Aer- tions at least of California are surel
sione, the Polish priest killed irn the r, et- suffering frorni too much "drink."
cry tWednesday. Autonia Stebaylika, ---
thte housekeeper, wlio was. also :hut to- Modern home on Halifax aven
Arf/ V -qft %
E~~ew~teof &Iwf Sbfincr
Rfldiy-To-War Suits in our
at $%8.00, $20.00 and $22.50.
tEY j IX)o FT.
fBXBTWW.a m-"r sU~~pawUAi'd nl~ you are
L. ELLA IDVOY & COMPANY,
Ladies' Hatters, :
Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,
HKJII CLASS OOWS, LOW PRICES.
No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET, DAYTONA.
" Ladies' Red CrosslI
ad- Children's Educator SHOES.
1~~~~ S^~ HT Fe AM* kI by
L. 0. nIW me.S 00.
Q IL aa r.
ftfw- wesui-efanmatter l'
cember 1, H11, at the posto8c at
T Daytna under the Act of
ini. A. T. RtaegW a awmnw- ClapP 3. 1 NML T
amvd ThUrmisy hunikrd S md
arn goes" of TM lto=.- i am&thA
Palmem toenue. Ih& Riin as&
other mem bea of hew hilyvisitod
here law rummr. BUSINESS AND
**Waatd Poitiom una | sI PROrtsAL I
governm aPmmWIa. LWy I ADVERTISEMENTS
te--"r of,,& V-- 0 --/wma -6t
Mr. adM m. L K. Olpia amd' --
Mrs. McCuc, of Chkco arrived' -__--=1_* -* --- =
Thirrday om their return from a** c C
trip to Tam-p. K West, Haaa! a F. W. POPE
and other points. Mrs. Galpin is a Attorney and Counsellor at:
sister-in-law of Mr. LR. B. Thonmas, e ,a
-- I ce l tn State and Federal Cou rsg
of Volusia avenue and was here last OFF c OVER POSTOFFICE. U
winter with Mr. Galpin. 1. Telephoe
OLoST-Valuable diamond stud. T. E. PItgeramid E. F. atte
Reward of $25 wiU be given finder FIpTZGE ADA (ATES
by returning to Dr. Schneider, _302I FTZE R .ALD & OAT 1
North Ridgewood. tf Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Special Facilities for Examining and
Mrs. Wm McConnell, who has; Perfecting Land Titles.
spent the winter at The Morgan, Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 12.S
left Friday for Philadelphia, accom- ............___ .,_ 1_____
pianied by her nephew, Edward i; U A. i K-,. M. Ie
Nichols, and wife, who were guests :....
... .... r\ s t ** PtYSIClAN AND S' RGE.ON,,
of The lidgewood. Mrs. McConnel Associated with K. M. FerMuson, M. 0.
is the widow of Wm. McConnell, 1P4peeeaatt.'ntlon ."n .... 'to -
.. -- i t J th Rye. ar, n tl.I)J Ti o ;, :. -!
who died very suddenly of heart Fltttng of (;ias ...
-!" _L ... .. L __ __s :_ ,. cee H ours: 7 to 1 Ill n .. I NO, i p. :s;.
disease about a month ago, and is OlandIto op h m. I p I '!:-
taking the body north for inter-i -l llll 11 l
meant, it having been held in the TWA T
vault at Pinewood Cemetery until E.L. STEWAR r
this time. Physician and
Thanks are due to 0. L. Spring
fot a magnificent bunr.ch of celery
I-1t at this office Friday afternoon.
Mr. Spring is shipping some very
tine celery from his farm on Second
avene an-i we understand is getting
very satisfactory returns.
BEABREEZE, March 13.-The San
SgmA QP d b met with Miw Ott,. on Hali-
ax avmve, Wednesday afternoon. So
My of the member being away on
mi rn trip* "Up the river, down the
irvw, and over the river to Charley's"
that the regular program was not car-
ried out, and the social feature was all
the more enjoyed. Mim Ott is a de-
iHctful bostem, and the afternoon one
0d the pietant events in club life. Mr,.
Haigbt win entertain the club at thi
Mr. and Mrs. Webster ari J s n aid
Mr. and Mrs. Bert, of Springfield, Ma.ss ,
who are spending the month at (,rmod.'
were in the burg yesterday afternoon
Vteting Mr and Mrs. Paiker arid ('o!.
and Mrs. Cordi6 or Halifax a\v ru:.
Mr. and Mrs. Lrregier ga'.f i.-
lightful laut.ch party to Knox &Ke i '
grove. The party included Mr and Mr*.
Farrell, Mrs. Bronton, Mi s S,-lut r.t.., r
and Mesrs. B F. Biarichi and Hit;;',n.
The day %a- oue o, much m Iu.o' "h'-t t.
Mesrs. ilach at ( .r., '., \ v.' '
DtIland Thursdy 1;;-y t- t.., *;
izA Mr. Hatch's ri.-- t ar (:T T \%a- Mr
W ortlev's first % ii t l '; '*ge t ',
aid be was favorab:yv 'ir, 4
Mi., Harvey. ,f t' ziii t,,'i l\ V 7:-
rive yeterdav and il! i .. -,' t ",
at the Russe'l housc
The H. G. \Vili -ii o n tLi, .ut,'
ribbon in real estate sal,-, today. the
following large transfer- %,re nmaJt- I
J McNut: of 4hio p'irlt-' iot, IXk
f-l't river I ,t L-iongirg to C A B;CA
lough: J. I. 1 Weihrlv a.: I' l l,. F--
V ay pur'liasetil It: 11 1, 1 4 i .
Atla tict aveni- -: 1. lE L a'-- I .\
tena, purrhascd lot., ci. 11 1-' ,3. 1 4
block -, AtLi:tic avU-L.i I i; ;-
rson reports- that ett r% ;,: -t .
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I Doings -a
at Daytona ^
NEW SEASIDE INN
AND FI-ISHED 0 *TTAGKS*:.
P. tI, t
Homelike and Comfortable.
Directly on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishin-.
$2 --' rILl: DAY AND I'l
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THEWI TE MuI IlIst cw(
DAYTONA BEACH, March 13.-The
r, gular Thursday evening Military
euchre was enjoyed at the Seaside Inn
Thursday night. Mesdames Shafer and
ll.erv won first and second ladies'
priz-t and Messrs. Kenney and Horn
first and second gent'emen's prizes
TW..Ilvc tables were Pet. Light refresh-
Smeints were served as usual.
M-s J. E. Stone. Hopkinsville, Ky..
and WV H. Johnson, Baltimore, Md ar-
rid! ye-terday at the Seaside Inn
W. A. Stringfellow of Sanford, trav-
elrig salesman, was in town soliciting
A bright little girl baby came to Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Allen, Wednesday morn-
i',z, bright and early. Friends are send-
i.Tg in congratulations.
Mr and Mrs. Converse, of Chatta-
.. Tenn., havt taken rooms in the
Hii '' xrd hiil:..*
1,: r, :,ts? on Valley street river
fr :. n .! riirIg to J. H. Potter and
l".<,, RKeating liave been cleared and
I:rntd,, Mr Harvey had the contract
.i'.d tL.' wrk has been done in his usu-
n':v thr,,rough style. This is a great irr.-
S%,,.,-,,,nt to this part of town, and are
,,t v i"iteres.ting several prospective
r '; t
M!-. <. ;. Yi .',.g, of larnsing, Mich.,
,.J ;,:t., nolphew a e visiting Mrs.
Y .' :.- :,ar,.its. on Pinewood avenue.
.\ r .r:,;,ettive cake walk was given
iv t, \atte-rs ut the Seaside Inn last
i.:t, I:J a cak,- contributed by tbh.-
,'-:t- :as awarded the best dance.
MNui i fun was occasioned. The cake
\;, k- f' f.llow-d by a delightful hop
u c.' ft?.. giv%,n in the big dining
___ 31Mrs. Hlibbard's millinery department
i n -Zabreeze avenue. is an enterprise
IJAGS, u,.h appreciated by the tourists as well
a- 't.Le r sidents of the peninsula towns.
E~e~ini Su rgeon.
Th ro.nt ; i .ii1N
Fourtb Door WNcst Postoftice
4 ~. **.
: ROY HOWE, 31. [D.
* Physician and Surgeon
* fi (-*1fl oe u r 3:i o RpIt o i : iI~
03::P to 14P. it). Telephone 373-5
OCEAN' BOLLEI AlRL
Rooms, Ir- -Ir:~ I*
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C. C. BOHIANNON,
.P_.rAyic Man "nd .Su Co.0
Cu'ri '. :
Bicycle Supplies and Repairs.
PrUc-s Rh .!t. .\,; ,';, -
Comn. end Se..
W'EST ENI ') (F.LNTIt \j. !;I': .,
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j6.ThRD AN E% E,
wwwuwm.u.m.. imewome U~4
'A SHU..I FA !
Swit xm b to
Al *Ernst die t by-
CLOTHES CLEANED AND ?3D
ATVTRAY IMNO3IEWAPU P
All work calUed bra" dst nm.
a 06 Ow e MI. M aw V 416
* m3]DAYTONA. m F*
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Architect and Builder.
Office 209 Palmetto Avenue
Loa gri atd
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a v thstri
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Now tIh limlhyTnl
V and Suit Cases-
Ten Per Cent. Discount for Two Weeks.
Bingham& Maley Cop
D't Fa toeget P$l.'wcketm -
DAYTONA ICE COMA IF
ICE Imob- 7t--
tOur Wagons make Trd I1p
4 Sunday, to al # d
DAYTONA, SEABREEZE. ORMOND and DA"WIA
Ice for Boats Delivered at any Dock-S-ctad- &Am
OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant. t
.~To the T
rde Who Like t 6
VE ARE SOLE AGENT FQ& TMi
oyal Scarlet and Curthl Brs. 4
nd Like P. T. Barnum "We Never
Advertise Unless We Show."
PRi'fS BEFORE PUR--!,
V[ 4ANq I l~aA( II STR
I ~***** essso.esccs o cccc:c-----------e
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sI ATLANTIC MOTOR CAR C
o ; No. 8 Beach Street, Daytona, F
SAutomobiles and Gasoline En
-!a Diamond Tires, Bosch Magnetos
and Spark Plugs.
UDiscounts Allowed the Tra
SL) G E T
I \ N -1 \ I' k, i 1. i.
Ag~ ( i54
0"0 IW $4
: .-w ..
" ''si 1
Moeig an where world' usewtis hr qmea
S- jevenWonde^rs% f*W&&'adEt big
a 1 samposhile oess soft*. wate romnt the tho~uand Sewing welis.F
OMwof Da ytmap eco ing lorieis it s continuous show with enmstantly S Mnebi
S. _........... .L ...... h1m Memparable beach. No one who shifting ese. You will probably catch I M.
N a .verat foot upon its smooth, packed the spirit sad when you do the roads The arrivals at Scbmidt's for the pmrtI
Sna o ome who ever pedaled a hi- and the beach are yours. The Florida twenty-four hours are: F. C.G Odriswold ;
ele e over Its expanse; no one who ever sumshine is free, the balmy ocean and A D. Pierce, Hartford, Comn; H.I
dkve a prancing pair of horses and list breeeB are free, the birds and squirrels L. Whitehead and wife, T d4-lspou, j
|3l -l ,i i the -n Md Rto the popping of their steel sho" %and flowers are free, the sparkling and D. Werfelmau, New Smyrna.
....^ p i' RIe. It asphaltum.-like face; no ow fountain water is free and you will have
also fi ftB P Mh. "1 e 1 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. I
mI'U. iIGN. Rums 8iag~eOr .8itO with .w111ld and surf-packed sand but real- This is no fanciful picture; it's all The new arrivals at The Prince George 4
"Wi& n .U7 T of d, best of ev 0 tbdiUlm dthait is a world-beater, a world- here. It is drawing other thousands yesterday were: A. J. Her Prince George
ie l er will permit, igive 0 asder. Go stand upon this wide and h.-lding them enthralled, it will yoke, Ms .; Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. 4
Speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and hold you. Come and see Smith, Albany, N. Y.; Mrs. Harriette l
i m0 c redio with the hotel. S.o e by b in Joyom mood, and answer whether M. Stevens, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. A .
tos u maMMmts will be Made with et this is not one of the seven modern -M o9i10 l0000111 Evans Levartwoot and son, Utica,
wode s. rty N. Y.
Itr~ittn maiait--'-- ^^^ ---The*^" Pon" hoomaz RIver. ^^ I^ *I^7W. H. Comstock, Brockville. Oat, to-*
Where thik yo i we with more gether with his wife, is a guest at The:
I il' 4 aasplecturesque surroundings? Nearly a Prince George. Mr. Comstock is Can-',
S< m*kle wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-j a Kodak Shp-= ada's greatest pill manufacturer.
T "le Miano pofi tik e artistic cottages with roomy ve- a Kodak Shop. 4
+~aa lokn out upon her bosom. --
a ]s "b "I19Son". a. -_'s loo king o t upon her bo om. We are not Portrait Artists, nor
S MAL AM T w bameyfood fishes in countless numbers are we Art Dealers but 10 years 4 The Ridgewood.
S-41U mtb Str W oe. P a beakoning.sit were, to those with rod Mof close attention to the KODAK- New guests arriving at The Ridge-
40 0 New guests arriving at The Ridge-:
VP. u wiA mAR mp. Ap I ;ad reel; her bosom flecked with duck ERS needs has won for us the wood yesterday were: Daniel Lees. :
SI ;d coot and snowy-winged sea birds, 0 enviable reputation of being Philadelphia; W L. Thompson and wife,
j a h i which sit about as if 'for the sport of .. 4 I ,0.. T d wife,
which it auto e as ; wc tht1 _O D PI fote -sportof U Master Leland Thompson, East Liver-'
For C~mtort, I bobbing upon her waves; watch that FIS4115 FNSHR.0 Dl
J toan mR CLAM HNN ERS, pool, Oh;o; Miss Mary Dickey, Wheel- (
VS S E per P sUre, lubberly old white headed p lican powh U pno, OWh VM. Mr chnle, ee l
IB FeP Ret, ,a fat mullet, and that fish hawk .t,- Anyone desiring good work and iug, W. Va.; G. W. Chandler, John M
S l TRY T gling upward with his floundering load strict attention paid to their or- Home Milwaukee;Mr. ad Mrs. F. N.
be matched from the water. 0 ders for Developing and Printing, Sisson, Westerly. R. I.; Mrs. R. I. Bray-
boL n essmatched frm hewte.U
S iDe lthe beautiful launches, spick and 4 willgetitatLESESNE'S KODAK 0 ton, New York; F. J. Hoag, Miss Helen
Th KMa b C paneetheireau hampers ad lcke, spicblikng PLACE, the only shop in town : Hoag, Toledo.
I L a ripntheir hampers and lockers bulging that makes the Kodak Work a The guests. of The Ridgewood spent
I"ero the C-0 W- of tb refreshments both sold an liquid ISeily"J
Alss --f~o "684y*a~ L a ., Specialty. last evening at cards.
i, H ACCMMOA1K -Mtiready for a cruise upon her beautiful p ir lst evening at cards.
e. 5SSurface Takeout your field glass ad All work finished in 24 hours, 12
SPNWki askI srfae Tke ot yur iel glss nd* hours if necessary...
*" sweep the river from Ormoud bridge to u The Despland.
-H --rtr. --*'1['Pence Park light house, then say D H i| Teespan.
'" tel DI lm ^rh whether the Halifax isn't a thing of L I rr Recent arrivals at The Despland are::
ZUE. rv B' beauty and a joy forever, d one of LLOLL Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Chiles, Mt. Sterling.'
M aU-sn. R me-Loecation. Adjoins Paimous "poin- the modern wonders N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McPherson, i
st to o*-Tropleal ip"endor of Prult. and Flo%- C- stman Kodak Dealer, r
-r 1*Mr t rou,- th b n train or Mboat that come Eastman Kodak Dealer, Howell, Mich ; F. C. Griswold, A. D.
It~g~qfurther haih ytn~o *mttm ~~s-:TNIlmtqy....P ltrm~ t-ile.,.
i me0:oae Patsn Ptceh Boat lWane lAands at Hotel EeachK trtt, n.'t Rarkl A] v.. Pierce, C. C. Fuller and wife, Hartford, ,
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of DAYTONA, FLOIDA. Conn.; E. H. Preston and wife, Connec-'
aI broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, itDAYTONA. FLi ,DA. Jr. M
**riA gotII l.. and the wide-spreading branches of the unlulUE*ei! me l* tut Edward WlnJr. Maco
I. A aTlT T A St A u1 ie,. heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their A troup of three colored performers
a BA" CwNO l Florida. 2 giant arms across this magnificent vista, A gave an exceedingly clever performance,
Pdll v~ frigan arch, and from teeextend- gveaecednlcevrpfoac,
y tL AU Mode Improvenm ents. fori an archgnd from these extend- made up of songs, dances, and string
._ fo 30 et d arms great festoons of Spanish moss music at The Despland last evening,
k-kjh ,, &xxCC -,a -tinvit,.for 300 Guests Z sway as the trade winds from tropic seas m at Th D I?\t evening,
OATv opn M swa as a them tradekind s fromgtropicd w after which a contribution was asked.
M-^ AY. Opts Jn. it to .~tI. Wrtttor la- (fan them. Looking straight ahead down
--,tr(d Booklet. 2I., ...*I~j^^ t--- --
-. t frt* Um this white shell strnet one has the im-
a-* -I... ...... THE RIVER NILE.
11-111111-- -1n1-<- -11-18 -1-1---l -5 premsion of a fairy path with elfinh dra- I
peries, but as you move along and cast f Ancient Grks and the Proces of
----- ----- an eye first to the right and then to the Sterilizing Water.
Left you see distinguished cottage homes T The ancient reeks already reconi
in the most delightful settings. The past week was a continuation of terilzed water
ur.ssingbautyotOurC e visitation eek among the schools. uts of Ephesus. In the first century
SDayltona High School had visits of this era, taught that "all water
No one of Daytona's attractions, per- from both the Seabreeze and the from rivers and ponds Is bad except t
haps commands more nearly universal Port Otrange schools. that from the Nile. Water from rivers
WWi99 V W9O attention and praise than does the artis- which flow through unhealthy soil.
~- "- ~__^~_ticcottage. The owners of these charm- 'A BAIt BItRt;IAR (CI; lII--] ut staguant water and that which flows
ing villas hail from every corner of the the stolen goods were not found. near lpulilc bathing places Is harmful
TINt S L M NTTPI L country and they bring their own arehi- Insure with F. N. ('umradl in the The best water Is that whi-h has betu i
TIEj Ue L textural plans and build upon them.and Maryland Casualty companyny and loilll In baked earthenware vessels,
Car. Wa li-a Avo & T>- BOW. X stulpn ,,w'vd and then heated a sevodd tAiu. .
nTm. WS as the architecture of one section of the they will pay for the goods st(ei ,.d a then heated a second time
tCHICAGO country differs from the architecture of anl catch the burglar. ,'-7t le 're dr k g."
01R' a~~C Q onothry sodoor oesdifrnou- This hygienic pre ripth, n was in-
1another so do our homes difer in out- Hnon (. If. Munro1 luttade a hisi- tcndcd both for healthy and sick po- T<
*--***.'" [^ ward appearance and structural beauty hess trip to St. Augustine, Iuts h', slnce It was applied to the armies:
from one another. There are nounonoto- a tr. uniroe sais that thint.t "ludk'h marches and In cat ps pitse
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings week will practically cloe the h tust bet dugt UCCessively lrof the;
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated i a of his orange rl) I tihst point to the lowest level of thle
!to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps ar, g hlotel ihih These hle should bu lited"
the mind wondering 'What next" v w <.l;ariouihtoteli c he il siip)ith ,y such as is used for inakiuif
*& ^ H ^^^ ^B be lndWO~erle wftt"cx ng in the (ity' ate drawing hall~iv pott.ery aind the water should be mad~.~
Street. an Pavemenft the Most and iBct. u lpon the last of the fruit, lit' ( 0)V po l)erc,'date through It. The water will t
Why^^^L the Architect^^BBJJJU ^^X ,,f th 'n etelmlplates holding lttnore in reser'\t leave all its Impurities in these pits."
to giv to D'tonaH H the ui
-hsBa .;yet:ks. knowilig the iprtKesscs of tU"i
I mirable, the most picturi'sque natural V\'anted to corresp<')td 4)o'r 1i't.t l li'atlin and filtration of. water whlh-)h 04
parties interested in le;isimti (t)lr
Iouse next season., .;Gr:alhamu Hn
son. '-i I
6 1~a -!V~ I
~ ----wirth bath
!L ue. Imbue. $001P
Rvmod *Ad at a cost of
net and Coi Runnin Water 00d Langf
01stance 'PteCs In a NReesis.
ft4 IBoottit 1 1 1with Tint h
Mt mil I'. or (iii Mliii.
In t hie coliul r% Our fnllous I ndian
valu. Notedf icr M reLret' niid C'uilsne
McClintock & Bayfleld, Prop*
~rrrrrr( -ww------- -
Ara n Ar.I...
setting of all the cities ot the ~oUtti is
not revealed but that such is a fact
must be apparent to the most superficial
observer. With such lav\i-sl wealth of
natural beauty it became an easy thing Wanited. to corr-slp. mii t\\ith i ;i
for the hand of man to give the little ties interested! in hluiulinig 11(,tl ;
finishing touches which have brought Daaytona or lBeaIL A.\l 'T.-s l 1
out the colors and outlines of thje big car(e I)avt)na )Daily News.
picture. Fresh Michelin tIres; all tir ist
Man did all this in the laying o0ut of io setonIs. For salt' at tlie' Athl.t
the streets ,with their wide mnarginst of M(,,tr ( 'ar (Co. andi ('t.r tr:al ;a>ri -
parkage, the entire city become s a tt
And as for pave\nmenlts, pav\'neIts
that look and act like granite.-.whert
else between the eastt'rn and western
seas are so many miles in p proportion to
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of
place reports more and better, l)aytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Squirrels. Flo~crs. Birds and Fruits.
Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve callous one
may xbe to many things, th' mere men-
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and
An Example of How Scme Servants
Win Their Wag_-.
AV } c litle'l iilll \\ ;t% i!:\ l;" 'il .. .-'!
in S I tla ntd it I "\\,, ll*"< -S ,.>-,' ;.,
gather. lie arri\eIl at '!he ti-r p;,.
and lumedl:ttely tflter li.i- :rrii\il ;at
the first house rccct'i\l. i iI-c '.r.i' i;
calling him bac,*k t ,i, ii Ii, \v-
ever, determine ed to, hLai(>, In :?\ 's
shooting, and to prove. d t, It,\\ In I\
the night mall.
At the end of the day he t ;\,' tt'.
hipsi k Ap tr x ;I nyip nl *lt s. kt. o iti t o t.. i 1.^..,
'ho'y p lied to that of the most llmildt
:'i\vers. should have drunk without pre-
,*;at itis the water (of the Nile. which
',ur liilc'rosct' 's allow us to declaret,
"soudl1tl." but which Is iin alpearanice
the nost worthy of suspicion of ill
andtl Is so mudd, so yellow, that It re
setublt.es wi ne. (;azette des Eaux.
How the Fabulous Monster Was Pic-
tured by Ancient Writers.
TIhe tlnsilisk was the most famous
:f tle Imany fabulous monsters of me-
dhte\ itl folklore. According to the
Iilouinr notion, it was hatched by a
ti;,Il froI, an egg laid by the cto'k ,of
the ctmnmon barnyard f,,ol In the
inici.tit tDicture H4ooks It was usually
represented as an eight lilmbd er-
l''ttit or dragon, sometimes with and
solietllmes without wing4.. Its nani"
Is derived from basillscos. meaning a
little king. and was applied because
thei creature was figured with a circle
of w white spots on Its head which much
resetxmbled a crown. The covckatrice, a
....... ., 9 I .. .I l 1. .. i I.... .....- .. .. .
-Now Open for Season ipo89.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and anaer.
Greatly Enlarged since last eason. Cuiine and Seme. Imaslaft
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Roomr Enuit&. Stam Bu.L
Every Modern Convenience. Seod for Booi
SSummer Address: ATLANTIC HOUlS, NarraanseU Pter, 3bf I m-L
u^- rn---- --T^BTAff mif m --Mtt-il--MI
I Fronting on the Bnetrie i aM
4 Halifax River. Modem Iaprow
1Formerly Schmidt's Villa.
HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprletor
Fine Home Table DIultUifl
Reasonable Rates 807 RoOM
YYYYYYYVYYYVYYYYVYYVTTT.VU vTvv .... few"*
WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL ABOUT
THE.MIDDLE OF APRIL, PROVIDING
THERE ARE ENOUGH GUESTS WISH-
ING TO REMAIN TO WARRANT IT...
E. D. LANGWORTHY,
Hilyard &i Holroyd, Proprietors,
-- -----NOW OPEN
REFURNISHIED AND RENOVATED
COOLEST SPOT IN DATONA, LOCATED RIGHT ON IVERI flMT
SAME MANAGEMENT AS "THIE BRISTOL," ASBURY PARK, N.J.
-t1 North ltIlu,'wxxl Avenue
Modern and First-class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths.
Entire White Service. Northern Cooking.
,ii,,it. K.-<,rt,, Th, T ,It ,,-( )A. n- .H A |ANP P -rfn rO -
>, MrlI'hlr R.d.ort HTi .'.. E. LANE., roprietors.
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, D. R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
Facing The Halifax. Half Bock from Storesmad Peteftdice.
Modern Improvemcnts. hitch Help. Nortbem Cef ....
Terms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application.
TABLE BOAD- -
......*....* ........... 5
1,00@0@@@00005 t $m O O $ $ $ $ B e 9 ##e'-.eE0EU0E O
IVV LANE INN
\VW. \ FOIT/ : P. DAYTONA, ILORIDA 0
The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
Very Highest (irade,
zI=t l-m iandu! istiifying the most particular people.
W IL.I. KNOWN AND POPULAR. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River.
S .k I lon like anmi Cormfortalie ILuse. First-clasa In All RetI'( !ts _
('. 0. ('IIAMIBERLIN, l'roprietor. 0
I The Daytona Beach Hotel
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
*P .2'-r: -
* r '.
'. .a -. -.. .- --.
From Lord & Taylor.
Sft and Silk Lisles, White, Tan and
Blacks, Blues, Pinks,
Colors to Match the New Oxfords we have
TELEPHONE No. 2
W( give vote in the Bush-,afford Piano (ontst.
LYCEUM COMEDY CO.
FOR ONE SOUD WEEK IN DAYTONA,
STiT KXT NEA, MH 15, IN lHE BIG IWAERPROOf TENT
MARSH ial a repertoire of the Latest and Best Plays.
Mt..fv Nih The Gr-.at F,;urAct Southern C.'ntlv Dr.nla
a -"-e,1"- The Tramp and The Lady
WITh SPECIALTIES ,-QTWEEN Till: A TS
Singing apd Dancing, Illustrated
N MT FAIL TO "[t THE OPENiNG SHOW.
IMIS ATTRACTION IS
PRICES--15 and 25 cents.
*~USUSUUU m*~ umueu
The Sanitary Barber Shop.
This is the <,nlv r;:-i\" Sar.itar"
Barber Shop in the. ritY of DaNitc.-
na. Everything used in this hbap-
ber shop is thoroughlily sterilized
after each and evwry eustornm-.
Notice of Stockholders Meeting.
A; 'l -'' 'i :- ;T ., \ 1 : 1 ; i
.-I'r I'.. \ \ !: *-,- : t" ... 1'" -. 1, .
Friday mid Sstdy vi the
Great MiNd ReWdf ALt.
Eura Keadal, the ttle do. willing
for the children I the marp n a
Toanliht (Friday) will be
Mr Mills will exhibit bhis wonderful
strength Wilt carry a piano aeroe
the stage single handed.
There will be several amateurs on.
Take notice to the black face team.
Fi at-clan performers wUl appear.
1lsw Ethel Tslbott will appear on
the stage for the last time in Day-
Matinee Saturday at 3 p. m.
IooRS OPKr AT 7T0D P. M.
Prices will remain the amre.
TheL niot popular
indoor gnalur for
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
I LOCAL ITEMS.,
The Pepper Twins, who will ap-
prar at thle 'Gator next week, arei
-1okeu of in the highest terms by
ti.e manager of The Theatorium, of'
Newburg. N. Y., now visiting in*
*A good burglar policy is better
than a watchman. He may not see,
him. but a policy taken out with F.'
N. Conrad, agent for The Maryland
Casualty Company, means money to 1
. you whether he is caught or not. 7t
2- Nurge wanted for two little
girls. Call Herrich, Schmidt's Ho-,
Miss Fannie Ray, for many ears
a resident of Daytona, born and;
spent her childhood days in Titus-
ville. is the most popular candidate;
in the West Palm Beach piano;
contest. She is the only contestant
,,it of about thirty candidates with
a million votes to her credit and
-hlie leads the list with a handsome:
-I) Yirablibhuilding lots at Silver
Bf acI.near Automobile Club House.
f r sale at attractive prices. Apply
;:, T. E. Fitzgerald. tf
Irs IEASm CAEN
Reserved Seats, $5, $3. and $2
Tickets on Wale at Hankin's Drug
Store, Daytona, and Wilmans Opera
House, Seabreese, Phone 177.
oneS sitjr Tangerines.......
-clean and bright-no scia!,- or ru.t.
CnluaTgar Will .tttend to -hippLn'.
U_ LI l Pric IteupoiUtlo,I".
EOAiE H. MUNROE
(OWEIR AND SHIPPER
t26 S. RIDOMWO0 .AVE.-Dmytmo, Fie.
BY UP.TO-DAIT METHOD!
All Prints Made on
LET U'S SHOW Y('I It)
TO OBTAIN TillH EI
RESULTS FRoM Y',I
FASTMAN FII MSI
EVERYTHING FOR TiHE l I-
DAKER ALWAYS IN ST'CKi.
"Saratoga Inn Garagp. 'ars ',,,redi
by day or week. Six-cylind(er. ,rvIfn-
passenger Welt h and flur-f;I-a-l,'.rL*r
Elmore for charter, hour cr tri.
Rates reasonable. tf
Iboors op"11 at 7il P. m.
Billiards and Pool.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
lIariest Stock, Gr. etet N e"r Br-de.
Cigars to please anyone
I Fuits, Candies, etc. I
W'ill Alllen. 1iotmasterof Delfand.
: \: in the citv last night on his
Iiv,tv ni,1- frim Miami, where he
S; I.ei eel' atten(inr a meeting of the ,j
St n. l.,,tlde Knightt (of IPythias. I
; iL.:-i A s. ill package. onlain- Ia
,!i' LI, 1t. pink si!k andl collar si.p-
p -rt! FFindier plt-ase return to thejl
(' ('ii,~ 1" r I ireiner C,).
f11. W. Allen, of Siouth Ridgwood i
i av0nI. l-.l early Fri davy morning g
and :erliu-ly injured his hip. Mr.
'Al,-n. %,i, i,- an elderly gentleman.
i' h.:Il hut recently recovered from a
i, 'ritictal illne' and it is very unfort-
S'II'nae that lie should have met with 1
Tli ai ci : tI nt. *
r A C F iler, of Boston, who
I h-.~ ieen visiting with her cousin,!
Mr s W. G. Nash, on north Beachi
si street. f.,r th- past week or more,
I)left FriTlay to join her husband in
sor'Si Flrilda;. She will return la-j
ter, r .in rnpanied I)v Mr Fisher and d
re;nain i hre 'uirina the automobile:
ra es. <
I. I. Smith has sold the H. C.I
I .i,,pli,. pr,)ierty on Second aven-
,i ti, a nort hern gentleman, who will;
,('4irpV it next ;east(n and probably 5
-i rnsiiPral'lv improve it, and to Mr. 1
Sh ph ri h li has sold two lots on *
i i i'iJ r. 1 :;venie. opposite the end i
Sf FIir-t avenue, on which Mr. Shep- i
hrd l will probably erect a nice!
L-; lf,,'e long. 1j
'- ---' .-~ A-P -1 hum..1 uI
0r0 A WINGROMP a O -t bkm b %*A W
IW ~L~l)lorlow MON&A_
stbetokreomfor w wsnr
weOMir oI a oae w vcr yphron
lln .a Priem the& hare mat 4h-
AG bothfrmiabo CeOM-
Idoey;; rltoed at
an&; amemelti. I roams.m ihb- a 6; b
o wll eer esaveaLem rime. for
boo Mrr a tr U. It you anu bs
ouel me = to aeakat the ptepuEt,
ca ll an orri. C. C U.g bm. city; y;
DbbMM& a Thompe, AsstsM
In Ormond: iSl
_ IrA bro~batuful old
containing 23 well furnished room and 3
bath surrounded by 3 acrea of full beaimn 6f 1
trem together with all necemary ot-houam md nmpu
faciog the Halifax, is for asale o terms o mlt.
ORMOND and ORMOND
CONRAD REAL ESTATE
INSURE AGAINST -
Burglary, Theft or Dishonest SeA
While your house is vacant or occupied.
F. N. CONRAD. agent for the MARYLAND CASUALTY M
A house protected by one of these oolici-s is tafe. the a Csipr he-
for what is stolen and then get even by catching the thief.
Premiums Low. Reliable CoM
SCAMID BLOCK. DAYTONA. FLmOA.
Bond Lumber Com-
Rough and Dressed Cypress Iin.h.,
Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lim e Cax m C a Ifoa 6i
hOfce and Ynnrd: Ka.tnt ,it Rilwayi* ran Or a .
PLone S R. J. MALN9Y.
4 We charge a litt(" nr',rt- than ---- -
* other shops, but nolkdy pntrouiz- *0"' g Id* iiaa
* n Steggttt Rlil#Wv I will eWer
* tract a skin d~ease of ntI
of and skinI0--F SPECIALTIES OF THE CONRAD GROCERY CO,
S. C. ADAMS, Pr itaor.
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Federal Feats of WrestHlng and
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