- Umm 0
Lo r, ROWWE 44 641
l^ftt '7 Omm the a To lt
b o m for (t ra but
T -m the o m W oy hm toi6r and bxpwi.
@^ fmifay met be far
I( t d,-,rluped leat. a art.
hl g r a sns-t mob about 70v
%ONc4 anft =t a& jI t tte aTival
M Iltim srees ,4 anrt d of road
iMrs. jt* ia for thbebeLI tnuuamet.
t Aua. the number were Lewis
t -R lOS miMl world'a *v chamfbpion;
J blstsh G. DeWitt amd W. H. PilmaM, manger
Saf ta -- sWd iJvetoM. Cooka of
ft OMdo, state gmt for the Buick ma
f iHr Ib This aCrq'tio of wid -wake auto-
SMu. meV add quite prceptoblly to
___._ M U -tW*sWt which hdily gmwing
S. stey we take detaod elookinggu
ilo w wo ar igoifn amt record ab d
-I m is a ay that ooks like victory
Sa mg, winner o their ane.a, Br
l ell rod r; BIN
ear W0. ISO Uwe was fi champion;
s-- THE FlYERS.
Sud Pted nrs m.1
mmd and Bur- PAL, France, March d15-Kin Ed-
ward teo pwdded from Iarrlits today
ward tehphoned from Slarrits tD&Yrt
M_ Is&al,1o inquiring if the weather would permit a
L --e flight by tbhe Wright brother It was
Srplied that the outlook was not favor-
ft hImmu Italian able but that the king would be notified
Sft1y bvy ral.I:in time if the fight is made.
I*t Masiaal Amo-'
%ia"-"ri: w "NORTHER"
--r .. '
Hold Reception At The
ter Residence On South
--. ..~- %Ff
GUESTS OF THE
t At I I
Yesterday was typical of the Sun-
daysguestsof the "Sweetheart" have
enjoyed now for some time through the
hospitality of Commodore Burgoyne.
Nearly every morning this beautiful,
craft speeds down the broad Halifax
where her owner fills his lungs with the
pure air from the tropics and whets his
appetite for the good things stored in
the big yacht's hampers.
On return one is prepared for a peace-
ful and sound siesta-if his conscience
is clear and his heart action good.
Sunday Commodore Burgoyne ex-
tends hospitalities to a goodly number
of friends who share the delights of thie
trip, throw dull cares to the winds an d ;
relax, tell stories, indulge in wit and
repartee, pay off old scores, call bluffs,.'
burn up Havanas, and about 1 p nm.
devour a lunch fit for the gods.
A woman was the author of that rank
slander that the road to a man's heart i
is through his stomach. This oft-quoted
reflection on "mere man." his weakness e
his "'price usually calls for emphatic ~
denial. If the gentle sex could have
looked in on the bunch yesterday as the
pillau, kraut, brown bread, mangoes,
etc., vanished they would have clinched
the thing-no man would have had the u
temerity to attempt a refutation of the I
Mr. Burgoyne's guests to enjoy yes- I
terday's outing were: Messrs. Ludwig,.
SIY TEAKN OF I IMIP PIPUET
UR I iuIuviw vi L11i,0Iu I 1l l LUL I
a It st
Among the recent social functions of
particular interest was the reception
C A,. to.given Saturday afternoon, at from 3 to
-Macauley in Now NYtrk World. o'clock, by Mesdames A. B. Foster,
Leonard 0. Smith, Edward Marrener
and Walter Silleck. at the handsome
winter home of Major and Mrs. Foster
HELLO BILLSA HEADLon South Ridgewood avenue.
The afternoon was bright and balmy
A STI BODY UNand the receptionwas largelyattended,
between 175 and 200 being present, in
ARE STILt BODY FOUND was a constant stream of elegantly
F t' gowned ladies' passing to and from the
R By United Press. residence.
The police at points aong the Penn- tion received the guests as they entered,
points along the Penn- being assisted In this pleasant duty by
high School, Rifles, Elks and sylvania from here to Allentown are Mrs. A. H. Kling. Mrs. Blount and Miss
S working today on the mysterious mur- Amy nstak. The long room in which
Stars. All Now Past The der of a woman, whose headless body the ladies were received was beautifully
Million Mark. ; was found in a car at Allentown, Pa., the lades er received wa beautifully
after word had been sent from there decorated with pink roses, while the
ttboyhadsee a body in a cardecorations of the dining room and
D. H. S HAS A SAFE EAD 'while standing in the local yards. The table were in white and green, white
SI inly clue is a blood-stained suit which iweet pea blooms and orange blossoms
S,re the na of a e ork maker contrasting with beautiful ferns, etc.
rethe York maker. The Msses Margaret and Louise Mur-
And still the Elks are climing. The -- --- dock, McKinney and Hughes and Mes-
count of Saturday evening iin the Bush H Adames Ball and Adams served the re-
& Safford Piano Contest showed thelli to AN freshments, while Miss Frances Folsom
have a vote of over 159',U00, O i\ving THE L AN i had charge of the punch and Miss Du-
them a giin on the lialifax itl-s of 1 gan looked aftitr the ices.
over 100,000, the Ititlcs vote heiru : T nA music for the occ:aion wai urniished
little over 50,000. 1 1 AGROUND by the Clarenidon orchelltra, arid the
The Daytona High School had a votl 1 UD afltnoon was in every way onet of the'
)f 57,000. but the Easter Stars "ifl most delightful events of the .cason.
jown," voting I
There were nC
side of Daytona
Stars both havy
000 mark, as di
igo, and the r
now well past tli
In order that
satisfied as to tl
the last week, w
ally be the hea,
rnt r\mnrblIiv t
*",ffating the 14) nLIAVIIIL. Dr. Schneider, Foote, Harroun, Wallace, ;' .
b ft t t t t da J. D. Maley, Demaree, G. P. Ballough or individual, if
1 e" limimary and G. F. Smith. follower to cou
Spat ava-| All those interested in the race, and from llowerch to cou
C they include most everyobae hereabouts a Daily News
how many welcome the northerr" prevailing HU T AFTEI is made ii, order
Am tin beh. today as it will "whip" the beah in is |a-ied as to re
good shape or the races.Fsatisfied itsto
ea s l s te res test. This offer
bed MiriL ---- urday night, gi
|Lifthem definitely l I whi(h the c'inli
"S l i et.Ufie Victories for Democrats. wIhIiTte1AL ). _
"ft awd an wro- [R.o It^-1 It rl r
Mk t*at be cam be WASHINGTON, March 15--The deni- A A \
ocratic caucus nominated Champ Clark. PALERMO, Itly -I L Marh I'--The
i a my* that of Missouri, party candidate for epeaker.j Government is having all enrigrant sta-
.%ft Miubme of the Clark's speech urged democrats to ac tions watched and widespread activity
S fto Wright together and predicted greater victories exists in all large cities to stamp out
Than those of the last session. Italian criminals sines the murder of TO V
... Joseph Petrosino, the New York detec-
As It Stood Saturday Evening V I lIAA. C,
i BUn AFFORD PIANO CONTEST. W States and will
D A---AA N Zayas' son a .c
DAYTONA 2,134,175 enter Corncll Pr
RECONITION. .- 11 NIT
1... ,159,790 o
S' 1003,685 than a watclhm
192,420 I t im, but a poll
ess than a thousand.
o changes in standirnt ill
of the contest, and out-
Stile vote was veiey light
the Elks and Fast crin
re now pHased the 1 00() -
id the Hifles sonmi time
)aytona lligh Scliool i-
all concerned nity l,e
ie accuracy of thie >uiint
'h(n the vote x\ill nittur-
vi'iest and u i(At i)p),ort-
the deciding, any order,
iterested in the (onlit' '
nd urged, to evlect so(,n0
int the votes each (day,
h to 31st, inclusive, \%itli
,prc snitative. l iiis ,li :
r tihat ev-ry ,,:, :In:t"y I ,
the fairncs, of thlc (C ,:-
will be open until S:it-
ving almost a wt(k i,
dates may nick a jpiille,
Ri ld It''s.
uba, March 1,.-V\he-
left today for I'tilctd
visit P'r.-idecnt Tuft.
coniJp).,ii.d him airl il.'
ir'zlar policy is belt r
3an. lI meay r.t ,-St.
icy taken out with '1.
1lK\ I l lt l'r'*ss.. j
IU(NOL-UI.-I,. March 15-Efforts to I
tlit the transport Logan from a reef in KILLED CLERK
t;i. lh tl harbor are still unavailing. 1
Thie k .oi-,n has listed to the starboard
bu is not badly .maged and is in a MII
isiti,in to be well protected. MISSED PRIZE.
IO MI:, March 1V
>\ill make a will prior
1,)1 the expedition AI
,:u cathing thl' fally
riri,, 11kins', his report
Small Audlece, Great
Is Most Orads. Al basp-M
Ocr-s-Wly To Sewvmw
Calve cme am d eoasquer Pbably
never before ba thas -main wtaMNd
a more select and reprnmird-1 --s a
blage of people In a local playosm i
were a.sembled at Wila opwn-h- a.
Seabrese, Saturday miga to i m to.
the Ineomparab te divneo clmv
To attempt to gve tho m -Mwrw -
sate a to be abmit m at do emep----
tion of her wonderful vvih, bwr hlt-
able style ad n a dt nl td i"-ne
wouli be @beer olly. Obtly th wo
heard her; only tbhem wwhe o hemi
and saw bet act out thOa. s'Mrl0b
flights of song could rrelise her wnder-
ful God-given gifts.
There is but one Calve, sad fetumato
is he to whom the privilege of r --f
to her enrapturing son eomas.
Calve was vivacious and moa pra-
cious from the minute Dhe amrg d fret
the wings till he bad e-poded to the
last encore, and her audience we the
It is lamentable ta the Wilbm
was not packed. Manager Beg
felt that this chance of a life tlisto
hear one of the world's greatat s20g
birds would meet with gwsmm ap-
proval To give popular rate and pay
out for such an attraction would be In.-
possible. He wanted to give the Ily-
tona district a great treat ad emd A-
dently believed that they would pay for
Nearly, if not quite as many heard
Calve at Manager Burgmaa's expeme as
gave returns. Surrounding the opera
house was a swarming throng of people
who listened to the queen of soog a
complacently and with as little pertur-
bation as if they bad paid fqr box seats.
Mmne. Calve several time responded
to encores, singing "Suwannee River,"
to the delight of everybody. Her ren-
dition ,f 'Dixie" was most inspiring,
and elicited prolonged applause.
Perhaps her masterpiece, Habanera
C('armen;, showed her at her best. She
was Imost dramatic and captivating
St. Aug'istine will hear Calve this
v\ ir.ng, and it is safe to say the An-
ii-nt C('ity will turn out enmasse and
i\ec the divine artist an inspiration, for
want of numbers she lacked at Sea-
nNR NEW YORK, March i1.. l.d,,ro
S)elvant, clerk in a W hitchh dl -tr -,,t ho-
tel, was slugged and thern ii thr,,at cut "l'houZht Students Were in Plot.
In a store room of tht, hotcl earlv tod(L..
SERIN| The mnurdersrs then robbedl tiin of r- C n-d Pres.]
Ssonal effects and took $75 from the (asl i C.ALCTTTA, India. March 15.--Fol-
Sdrawer. They were scared naway b<,.fuore lowing revelations of an attempt to &a-
l Prc,. 'they got $3,000 from the hot'I safe sasinate Lord Minto Saturday a num-
5--Duke Abruzzi The police are se,.ki:., t-wo roughly her of students aad others are under ar-
)r to his departure dressed men who had' a dis-put,- over rest. An anonymous letter sent to the
the Himalayas be- paying for drink- in a lodging h11olse oolicu foiled the plot.
r jewels to Kathe- near where the tluiller (ilr lorretl fwoir
ted fiance. hours before. As I am compelled to build my
new hotel elsewhere, I offer my
Modern home on Hnliiax aven- property located in Seabreeze,
L ue, Silver Beach, :-t a rare bar- Fla., at bargain prices. See Con-
gain if sold this month. Bincg- rad Real Estate Agency. E. L.
D OIL ham & Thompson. IPotter. 82-tf.
1; 1 I:AI.D), N. Y., March 15 -Judge
Ilazt-l, of the I'nitedl States Circuit
(',urt, t',)lday l nie-d the motion in arrest
of ji.'lgnment in the case against the
St ri ltard ()il company y by the Govern-
n iirit aind fi:trd tile company $20,000.
'1 1i c.inViction was secured last June.
T"'1' T!:L\imi' lI filn, possible was $800,-
()(1o. i'l. r(, c(.i)anv is charted with ac-
I BY I 1lli11 41 1l1. "..
I 4-- L -
At- 4j- .
Qmm early and mgy oT co-m
Oft, WAM AINA
SEARREEZE, March 15.-M". ,!.
bmry wvu at the op-ra. sat urday L ight
ith a aty atfriends.
Mu. J.D. Priri, of The Ormonarir,d ci
dew with an auto party Vy bear (
Satwday evening. T.-Frr- were i.r.
other mwotw car loads f-rom O(rzr.- L. a-
tmdiag the opera
looklz.g down on tLL.b'.,ul' yard fr~r
the seccmd-story bAlcouy at tl;e- c*4'- I
Owe C.Jve Revcita Savurdavr ,r.rtt
Went Was f Ul1 Of life aM'id b:L t V. A I
glared and panted mIn eng" .--';
skim A the strewt, busk---- a ", izr~--
and single rige were waiting tc~
the rack, ti~e bri:.-Ar,t:.L f
c-pera frrtit islioed ,2L,,t ..:
Costumne.- "Of the A!,(: f.- aS *,I A'-
tmerged from tieh~.,c--
tlhror~gg tzepn-aliV 3;- t (T'.1:J
walk. aud shIAd &-;:. ~:.*~
W&v-r!ibor, V'.P ii.r' i( rC.(......
fluvr.r At laxt. af!:-r -*'
u~nd--r t'# *i et'i i "At :I~ a `. v.'r
NEW SEASIDE INN
ANIj FI-"r; :"1- : I (' f', .TTA1 ".:-,
thomelike and Comfortable.
Directly on Atlanti,. Beach.
Surf BathinZ and Fishing.
-*', J';.i; ; ,A ': .A ,:' t'
*. 1 .
iD, 'l NA !v .A' ii. i':.,\
NWl TlUlh l'W. ,E's, 1, T r,,
1 Id :r ." -~'a:i. i~"c tL' :&~-nt ~. 0-) V E'~~ ~ I
'rf Uo-il, t! at U, j' *4 3r-
tnat ia.-t I.- a ~t n-f% Ma
J. H-~UTh 4 '- ?
at V0 ti-e 4bref.z.- r, ;Lik.-
the Ilin*. s. ars-l '"rA',..'%mu
from [)a tor inna-, *,-'ADt.78r.1
joiried the ~Spakdrs-yr- a -.
tqxort irC 6cinr4-.,'*' s 7 .
na9tural hhZA'4.6'- I.:A!,
1W di "n ofIYr:--'.
pampinng ad~wiurjtteiI p J1 f
pri vat' ecar. Rtr.pp~eO~. t(~ *.~
-, i*,t hos -siter. Mrs. A I F. .,t *1mJ
I ,, ..
C.,. = .~ im'
at Daytona MS
DIAYTONA BEACH, M'rch 15-The
'.art'~r party of nine consisting of
,f Ms,--. .Ayers, Sheets, Holmes,
'i." ar.d their wives and Miss Olds,
a, .a fine we-.k at St. Augustine. They
returned Friday night.
S Mr. and Mrs. Robert Olds and daugh-
t-r anrd Mr. and Mrs Wesson enjoyed
:a ,r tay it New Smyrna. They made
t.,tr;, : Mr. Wesson's motor car.
.-. ar. Mr.I. Robert Olds and daugh-
t r tx-'- tc, leave Wedne1day for their
:.t Q t,%I Lansing. Mih
I;:,er,-st in tLe tent meetings on Sea-
1,z 2 ;e:,f ue is deepening, and Elder
'armal,- ii L<-'ding good congregations.
e,-t ic-- are- Leld afternoon and night.
.-* --'.'(-%. il continue all this week, and
.:.-i v, March 21st. they expect to or-
-'. ', : ".:rch. It is their intention
,. '; .-ctatiD to build a church at
S.'* a. ;
i. Ii-..tb. and wife. of Rockford
I... ar ues-' at the White Houre.
Mis- Ci;rrie Macomber, who has been
.-.* .:,: a:"..- Lr..e of Mr. and Mrs. W.
i. j,,-d ic,- h'-r return from Miam',
-.; c,-.. t'.!r,.,rrow for New York en-
: -. M, i.Ln.e.apolis. MilAn.
M..-, l,uiLe Sproesser. of Watertown.
i'. iflting Mj.urene A. Hull at
.'.. .-:; of W B. ed.
S I., -'.-t from the cruisers on the Lady
I. ':. Car-,t. I3ro'n and party, is about
"+ Palm Be-+c-h ,.n
-.,, ,i -","-Sached Ptlm Bn
1. :, l d a fine trip all ti.e way
r: W;il r,.main at Palm Beaeh
: .i A-k.k xe-fore proceeding "
S \,- -,-v" Herrick returned Friday af-
-t'r:mo-.r frm- Miami, where he has been
",* ;. .'iiA. -,sion of the Grand Lodgr-
Sf e reports a very succes-
":;. h.: ;r.teresting meeting. The next
;., ,'-.-tiig will be held at Jackson-
N!r, Pitt. w.ho ha- been at Surf Crest
, -... tim,. 1 ft la.t we.k on the re-
'..:ri ";,p to L-r honme at Knoxville.
Mr. >.n-i Mrs Magraw, who have spent
of Hartm Schafbc
o r Suits in our
Wk~.wsat|$18.O0, $20.00 and $22.50.
T|EY DO FIT.
- "-, -Ja
Whbo art a.-vcr meklo~4 ante" you arp
I. MlA DIVOY & COMPANY,
v Ladies' Hatters,
Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,
HIGH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.
No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET, DAYTONA.
SLadies' Red Cross
amd Children's Educator SHOES.
Mr. and MmAb Aim Mmdlmt aad
.*n, Almao, Jr., lenmned 8mtard '
afteroam ficm a visit to Miai and
amano, P. E. I, and will be UeMal
of The Ridgewood until after the
b LrTT-Valuable diammod tad.:
Reward of $25 will be giv finder
by returning to Dr. Scdmneider, 3r2.
North Ridgewood. tf
The ladies of the Co.gregntial,
church will hold a spring festival
and bazaar in Socal hall TwedayI
afternoon and venia Mar. ch 16th.
Su:, per from five to eight o'clock.
Dr and Mrm F. RL Houghtoa
went down to Titaeville Saturday
t. remain until today They have
many old time friends and acquaint-
ancee at Tituaville and my it is like
being at home to get among them
The many old friends of R. E A.
Land. of Toronto. are glad to see
him again in the city. Mr. Land
has bt*n ,ojourning on the Indian
River. but has returned to his first
love, Davyton&. Mra. Land did not
ae-fompany him south, preferring
the northern climate for this season.
The Norman S. Dayton real estate.
ac-ncv has sold to D. E. Hayworth.
of Quincy. Ill, lots 6 and 7 in block
,25. rituatea on Live Oak avenue
wf.t of the railroad. These two
: '- lo, which were the properly of
Mr-. D. A. Blodgett, comprise about
i-! acres of excellent land all clear-
. -i an under fence Mr. Hayworth
:*- 'xted at The Howard with his
1!7-1. "V .
t kibw 3. ArIILto
TEE GQAZZT9X7Y3 -
TIL 3. 7... -^ Eik-Mazm2t~-r.
Ua c- DiIAMM CRtY Editor.
C. IL MAnamsCirculation Manat-r.
0UIL F. CNMPV3. 8Smp~ntkn3d-ntL
Kuxtawvd as vvond-clas. matt-r I" -
sember 1, IML at&ilk.- t~tat
Daytona. Fia. under th- Act of
:Attorney and Counsellor at
*Practic'.In ftat& and IF*i.--a.R1.
* OFFWX OVER POSTOfFIE.
U@U~~~ OUOU em em em
T. E. Fitg herald
F F .AE
Attorneys and Counsellors at La%
Special Facilities for Exa mi.r, ..
Perfecting Land TitifA.
Office in Conrad Building. Pi>'r.- 12.
S0. A. KLOCK, M. D., a
* PIYSICIAN AND StIR EO%. 4
I A",.w1 *&-dl1th K. M.FerfKu9of ).
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E. L. STEWART
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Fourth Door west Poitilftie
Phox;'- n Z -
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$ ROY HOWVE, M. D). :
* Physician and SurgeonP
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H. EUGENE JOHNSON.
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Bicycle Supplies and Pcpair?
Pri.:-, *- .;,:.A. f. -
Come and See.
WEAT EN; 'F rNTl E.k. .: '.
jDR. EDITH B. SH)EM \KIIW
60THRDAP U S.
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'A IC.Q'A H
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suitm~fxf~supVO]LU SI[A cOVu
COA-THES CLEANED AND PREMD -L-.1
AY VrxuyR3ASOY iDLS fCU& IV.A-T
A I I work cal ld for a ad eUivy4 %IR I AT
I~~ Famey floweg bra&.. fth Ave.
d 3294 Sliet. Mm6w Yk
* '7 ekcb Str"et.Now Ninth CM
~ DAYTONA, FILA.
Architect and Builder.
Ofict- 209 Palmetto Avenue
I Paytona. Florida.
..p p. ee@ieee: ~
Local Agent Wanted.
lit <. -w nt< a re-
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FOR HARER.Pleasure Yacht,
FOR CHITER. LUIL,111
!f riF rt h I~
1 H ,4 .'11-- r -COA
0 Developing, Printing **
and Film Supplies. .
TM--B -- F (%T I%,l erePILL'
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T1 o th1
O 'ULR S TORE Famot
I SPOT CASH (GROCERY 0
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The Syracuse, .R, ", :. ,.
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I (', "It 1kI\ \ C IT Y
4 K '-- N, FI A.1-1-TR AI%S.
THV i IN f-r TIVie l 1-T-1% DA ITO
Blacksimith and Carrial
Sho4p in Connection~.
I GF~O. A. I
a aa aa aa -
x\V. B. TALLEY
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AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JAMARY 1v,
Loans and Discounts -44, 19.5 ;67
Socka and Bonds. I1,
Banking Honse and
Fixtures V. C B.'"
Real Esate .........
Collection Accu n t
Cash on hand and
Capital So... ...,
Surplusa aad aU -
fDF- it .. ............
I. D". Good, i
Ladies' and Glent's Fur~
(EVE US A CALL
N wOIs the time to 1q
V W and Suit C-
Ten Per Cent. Discount for Tw Wots.
Bingham & Maley CoPU
Furniture. t Pno 'ket U
Don't Fag to get __e'rackes a M ad n :
DAYTONA ICE COMPANY
Our \Vaons make Tripms f. m
S u nJay, to all M o d
DAYTONA, SEABREEZE. ORMOND and DAVTONA A
Ice for Boats Delivered at any Dock-Sac- w L--M.
OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant. tei
c Trade Who Like t
\ E ARE SOLE AGENT FOR THE
is Royal Scarlet and Curtis BreaOofti
And Like P. T. Barnum "We Never
Advertise Inless We Shaw." '
P II(';S BEFORE PUR-
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I i ,ATLANTIC MOTOR CAR CONMPA
<*a No. 8 Beach Street. Daytona, Fla.
" | Automobiles and gasoline Engines,
U i)iamond Tires. Bosch Magnetos
and Spark Plugs.
Discounts Allowed the Trad
SSecondhand Cars taken in part payment for N,
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Wak a~bdHObr NEd 28a&
a: re 2' 8oth Beach bteet
Oppoiite Yacht Cuab
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N.r ieps rieslmiie~
abkAsm aof UrAbehees.AIO
Av wes91"a tysbe .
A 10 ant 9doft Sw 3 a eftk-
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MNIN- The Modernm Hera is v .hw wr gd' e wA for speed *i n
^^SW113a t.m.ift are broke with ndy resrrias ay-o ..
I- W t + Seven Wonders Atotebiggest, the ftest the nwS OF THE iiTEIl
a_ mi f O VCU TUOUCr finest are on daily pa rde and the big .... ..._ _
^^Hp lkO. aSRM"" you show Is as free as the pure artesian | | L
Q.. -MIL ftw kft Day"11112$s icumarme oell1 O n4d,. water from the thousand flowing wells.
Oii, 0ne of Datona crowning gkloies i aIt s a continuous show with constantly Prince ,eo-.
S^...... her wicotmpe r~* beach. No one who shifting scene. You will probably catch .
S 11 | I _ever set foot upon its smooth ,-ked the spirit and when you do the roads J. J. Connell, Boston; W. C. HIallett, 0
*'eve t f T Y -- an no ot uone o ever p.aed ea M- nd the beach are yours. The Florida New York; T. Soule, Miass Mildred Soule.
S I I |y e over its expse; no one who ever sunshine free, the balmy ocean and Mnr. J A. Nettleton, New Milford,
---l jr 11.1 N N!drovea prancing pair of horses and list- breeses are free, the birds and squirrels R. I.; Mr. Orr and wife and Mi Jean
B- ered to the popping of their steel shoes and flower are free, the sparkling Orr, Pittsfield, Mass.; J. E. Copeland,*
pI 901 SO*e O the nalfax River. upon Its asphaltumn-like face- no one fountain water is free and you will have Milwaukee.
iiml I MC
.X,-G M--UME, r. .r. .9 who ever steered a high-po.wer...... o
!-, !,- :'.;g bile down the broad stretch of wave-If or the auto and bed and board. @ 1
L-E'TION. Root m Single or En Suite with washed and surf-packed said but real- Thib is no fanciful picture; it's all Saratoga Inn.
iii I Florida. Table of the bemt of everything ised thatit is a world-beater, a world- here. It Is drawing other thousands C. H. Benedick, A. T. Knight, Jas. I.-
ui- 1 -e as the service will permit, given on wonder. Go stand upon this wide and hiding them enthralled, it will Wasson and wife, E. Veeder and wife,
o: ;speedway and see the happy souls flit charm andti hold you. Come and see. Mrs. Chas. Stevenson, Mrs. H. Myers,
Q AGmm. ia connection with the hotel. Store b by inm joyous mood, and answer whether Schenectady, N. Y.; Miss Rosa Carroll,
SSpeciai arrag tements will be made with geSfts this is not one of the se-ven modern --- -************** Mrs. Mary Carroll,. Mrs. Margaret Miii--
U ckwonders. inck, SarAtoga, N. XY.; T. Howard, wife'
^.wonders.. __ Ttr tt l E| and son, Buffalo, N. Y.; E. Hewit, Mr. -
- - - -. ) T h e P d P ed l mnM l M t 1 1l a R i v e r 02 _
--------- Bloomfield, Saratoga Springs.
Where think you is water with more
____-_______________________ picturesque surroundings? Nearly a N i4
IMv MV -9 -9 9v -MM- 00# 000 0' --0- -4.. Iy d q. -
S- mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta- a l .t9 4n ....
SThe M inneapolis nation, artistic cottages with roomy ve--- a Kodak hop, Schmidt's Hotel.1
Bi Vrio ms. Le. 5sta Tr-e. randa's looking out upon her bosom, We are not Portrait Artists, nor Recent arrivals at Schmidt's Hotel:4
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ItATIRS $a.** to ft.06 pWDAY. 100'
A SPR'IALTE at$ r BWU D.A gamey food fishes in countless numbers 0 are we Art Dealers but 10 years 4 Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hidden, Boston; Joe 4
0 !if--a MReventh street. Phon o 46 beckoning, as it were, to those with rod of close attention to the KODAK- L. Luter, Florida; C. F. Wonderell and ..
SJ. P. SAWTELLS. PrW. MIAMI, Pt. and reel; her bosom flecked with duck ERS needs has won for us the wife, Rochester, N. Y.; R J. Orr and 4
******tee* ..... and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, enviable reputation of being wife, Miss Jean Orr, Pittsfield, Mass;
!which sit about as if for the sport of nu n Miss Carrie L. Bliss, Quincy, MaM;
For Comfort, bobbing upon her waves; watch that I lLA INtE Miss E. Bliss, Full River, Mass.; Thomas -
SFor Pleasure, lubberly old white headed p, lican powh .. Kidwell, St, Louis; Michael Wielwechi
Anyone desiring good work and
For a Rest, a fat mullet, and that fish hawk strwg- Ayn di wr and wife, Echo, L. I.; Arthur T. Stew-
2 w ... .. .. s trlc t a t te n tio n p a l d to t he ftr o r -
TRY- gling upward with his floundering load strict attention paid to t-e- ir art, agen andahead of the National Shows.t
1 he snatcd from tne water ders for Developing and Printing, : at
ir. ^^ _*he snatched from the water. a 0.. cv w '\~j _
I De Land d wllget itatLESESNE 'S KODAK --
"goody s pan, their hampers and lockers bulging .ta ..k th Ko W The Bennett.
h -rk- rB uts" %or ts of O w Inn-- w .ith ... ... -- tha t m a kes the IKo dak W ork a 0
-- ....... eC ne e ad with refreshment s both solid an liquid ta E th eo l h. o i t
1a Moernt -te-oteLtd. a. cruis uo he bu l Specialty. U Recent arrivals at the Bennott are;
A l Alu tam l.S ready for a cruise upon her beautifu
ACC OMM ATO .RO.2 y .9.. All work finished in 24 hours, 12 M. D Allen, Springfield, Mass ; Mrs M.,
Itrot" -a -- SpW 7wUe surface Take out your field gssand hours if necessary. i L, Tibbetts, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. E.
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to _
Pone Prk igh hosethn sy ZIE~I~C iI 0 :C. Smith, Albany, N.Y ; Edgar S. MaLft
I Ponce Park light house, then say pin and wife. Vicksburg, Miss.; Mrs T.
6" R osft ~'6 6..,, D mm ,,,,I 99 91whether the Halifax isn't a thing of 1 0 r rr ),. .. .. .
whteaheHlfxs' tigo0L~ ~ 1 B. Davis, Rock Island. Ill.; Mr and
WSmr "Hotel Palm Beach a*R.H. LMal Rock Islnd Lll;
1 beauty and a joy forever, and one of S n
hVa y'btermoS 't t,.,. ,r,,,id loat on. Adjoin. Fsinmou 'Poln- the modern wonders.__
L Wiat l ouexpet4od t, .)..-T-roi-tc lml)l.tn.dor of Fruits and flow- Eastman Kodak Dealer, Mr. and Mrs. Judson B. Todd, Ithaca
S SOI 0" ms"hours iurthe'r .uth hy.%train or tont that cones 0 The Enchantingly Picturesque Ridgewood. N... .. Y.; Henry Dryhurst and wife Me-I
Mank. 1Dmoasi. The lw 14a ailPii 11c ]'al Bot iint' laindit at llOtA' aBt'ach'f! Mtrevt., nai :kl1 Ax.. I ra
i. Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of e den, Ct.
iiiM- -- -- -- -i-- a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, DAYTONA, FLORIDA. m
and the wide-spreading branches of the ****************--***** -- j
St Aug ;stine U heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their .
Sth wid -spreadin branc h .s f. the....., .. ... EThe RidUewood.
iB M ^ AjiAAIAAk 'Florida. giant arms across this magnificent vista,
.. y. All Moer m o mns.forming an arch, and from these extend- lie(crnt arrivals at The Ridgewood
Cit ft dl Hotel. All Modern Improvements. I
A ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss are: Edward O'Neil, Pittsburg, Mr
SS5ma, s"t Accommodations for 300 Guests j sway as the trade winds from tropic seas --and Mrs. W. G. Naylor, Philadelphia;
J4im&DP' DAV. open Jan. l-t to Matlt. Writte-for Illus- fan them. I.ookingstraight ahead down I?11. E. ltarkheiiner, Jacksonville; J. F.
lrltled. 0ki this white shell street one .as the im- Mason. North Battleboro, Masw.; John
~ & MACI)OWELL. ProPtel s-0 A C F aitnSnod
U~S&------ -SUUAinO 0LU*U*e.l _@l pression of a fairy path with elfiFh dra- I- lt // A. Iarrison, C. E. Hamilton, Sanford;
--_ series, but as you move along and cast / \ J. Prout, \Win. H. Welsh. Demo-
--O-OO------*--O--O n0 anm eye first to the right and then to the plis, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. A. Blodgett. ,
;left you see distinguished cottage homes Master Alson Blodgett. Faribault, Min; ; |
in the most delightful settings. T. Long, of Daytona strOt, s.S. Partridge and wife, New York City;
in m d f left Saturday afternoon for resentet \\. I. Allison and wife, Miss Mildred
s~urpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage Hionles ,
Srpys.nm Beauty O, smned there by a telegrain IMiller, Mrs Luther M. Smith Brooklyn;
0 No one of Daytona's attractions, per- announcing the serii,, iils.it-s of Mrs. J. S. Agood, Miss Agood, Chicago; '*4
0 haps commands more nearly universal his mother. Mr. and Mrs I. A. yones, Minneapolis;
-*--*--00- oeisoe80011911 6 attention and praise than does the artis- I X Endyard, E R Weleh,-New York.
tic cottage.To owners of s cr -Wa-itedtocoreon ,ricet A
.. The owners of these charm- Tl'The (Clarendon orchestra gave ade- 9
ing villas hail from every corner of the parties interestedin l eas ,n ,)wr lightfill Sunday evening concert at TheII
SP RIN S TF F TA ITFI country and they bring their own archi- housee next season, (raliani' "1; l idgewood last evening. Tonight id-
N. PERKINS^ T| HILE WLLI/V IIUL EL textural plans and build upon themand son. n--t my yVodw-ud, colored jubilee singer,
l^1B J*04r<^N"Ok ITS Cor w h Ave. & Jac 80011 .. *as the architecture of one section of the It has len sii#1isteal t ---- wiill _p.<'riat Te igod. *
Ws ..I.OTN... T C ICAG O country differs from the architecture of I^.. ew attention of w-i at h
'S ty)^ ^*''-ifw another so do our' home-s differ in out- iresi'Ieiits to the fact that it wool. 1
,,,, _,,Rate. ." ward appearance and stru(.tural beauty |e a ^,od plau f<-r them to arran>^ The Dspliod, _
from one another. There arc noinonoto- goo planfr themto', ar~tit'l' The Despland. *5
I = H- nous rows of strikingly similar buildings ilng of their lots lurinr their I. Ne.w Arrivds at the Despland ared Mr. ,
bu h eya tseep by!, is treated amol Mr. 1. B. Nourk, (ourtland,N..:
^^^^l^^fT 1 ^ --I^----i^ >^ c*ose-to-give to a kaleidoscopic change which keeIs re i-, as t. e. ,ami o So inure Mr. andL Mrs. A. Evans Swathouse anrdi
themind wondering \"What next.'' he city aut lior'ttis toh1ok after'. "on tia N. "_ ". W .. Wofo n
~wife, Sheridan, Wyo ; Mirs. and1 .Miss *
Streets and Pavements the Most and Best. Iu ~ oi l C ii L',SelrsndM .SllrBlioeW.
Ill i Why tha' Architect ,f the I niv'erse tihe stoleni g ,)t18 Wei're iiot f 'I, Ii. Miller and ife, Miss Mildred Miller, *0
i. chose to give to Daytona tho, most adl- lns'zr, with ,F'. N. (', ,rI aol i, I !, MXrs Luth~er M. Smith and C.BH. Cantre.ll,*
*1 j mirable, the most pictur'sue natural Mar'laind Casuial t (Conii ry ) .r' irooklyn; l.J. .Love Quincey, Ill ; 0 **
H^^' i S-^Bsetting of all the cities of the South is they will ]ay for tlhe g,,5ds st,, '1. Tavhlr Jr., Sangatuck Mich.; J. I.
L f the I
li~ r blk
OL 04 a Ii
C -- y
iB i | K .dlt, d fh t a cost of
Busineim and _
m elb both i ot and Cold Runing Water d Long
Lowal and instance 'phons In all Romls.
every rroom. I o., llKl lr ii tl
Grill Music i si, or it
(womemrclel i Sl.jt w ,aid Upwird"
II Ilq ll h. r lltln R0 111dFI
il or'-- s Jill |ill, (;]S.s;
r (':if. Not4l i(,r str\vi' i ii'- t 0'luislin
wr -rti McClintock & Bayfield, Props
oUbserTve 1 "LS cvi eniIC d I the1S'* Rec"-ital h- W I 0 % % ,I 1..MIC J. 1'. ..-LU %-III-
natural beauty it bicamee an easy thing Vll I '("l tite N a (eit ["l "l \ .tg; iL' is Strafng. It. 1P. Rome N
for the hand of man to give the little ( arh't a."t Ito Il (11 I l),r()tt, New York; Chas F. M,-
finishing touches which have brought oil Sat- n .lay e"eiii e et. Ma i hrlv an
A selcttiv m of 'ofEinlish, ('ot( b ,
out the colors and outlines of the big -, s Isonil I ', I er 1). Morse, N.Y .; W. If. P k-
picture.lsh all(I 1 tl,, eh, I'ilmt-o.r Buic(k Havcing Team; the
-icture. .irist part of the prograln. fullowed ;l' '. .. .... -,- -
Man did all thi. in tie leaving out of I Ch th p "rogr.m. f )llom3'ed M es 'ase, Sanford Fla.; lBb, lur-
i aIv u.lvarI 1i)li&hii Banack UN), 111
the streets with th.-ir wide miargins of M amm, Fl'int, Mich.
parkage, the e.it ireCox- e becoes ailL [i r;l 1, li Cltarendon orchestra furnished the
.great, .park "alFu d t.h ".,.cep, IatT ". :11a-I,'V for the regular Saturday evenirng
A:nd as fir pay\-.'l t(-Itts, t),\("iktltS t t h l)e)splarnTd, (icl was a (dt.
that look and act like granite,- htrt c tfuI tir.
else between tht. eastern and western \Wanted, to. .orrtS,,i \Vltii ;.t- w-it ...r-
seas are so nanv minh's in roportionto ties in tersted in Ibil,n h t ,Whatthe uke Meant.
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of i r)a1yt>na or Bea.I l.al id I Ills grace the Isuke of Argyll was
I.-.I. addressing a selht company in a Io)ij-
plart' reports Imore and better, Laytonal are Iayt; ,na D.ti y \'\V don drawtrig room ton the present state
thri ,\\ws down the gauntlet to the world. re, h Mi Ii1 s l .. .of thins InI South Africa. "I look for-
*;qjuirrels. ioe ..rs. irds and Fruits.. e .h ward to tho time." he said. "when the
1quir ls. h ers. Birsn -.lrulas. o seconds. oar '' at tl l i; nrr th r arl
Whatever one's slhortcoliliRngs and
however indifTfernt or eve callous one I
Motor Car ('o. animd ('tntral ( ;'aral'
;I' lt' |lt|lltl i ma1r1 ryIJ, Luct L-wef KII-
aRrl have an English wife as well:"
IRespectable dowagers looked their
Now Open for Season 1io-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.
Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service FaE ll- t
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Fmsuite. Steam teaL
Every Modern Convenience. Send for Booklt.
Summer Addreu: ATLANTIC HOUSE, Narragesmtt Pier, Ubsie rIO .
!*****----- ----Dastrie --g-hb--a-
ting on the
Ehebtri L%*W "d
Formerly Schmidt's Villa.
HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors,
VV vv- VV- --- VVV-- V V -----y------y--y-
WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL ABOUT
THE MIlDDLE' OF APRIL, PROVIDING
THERE ARE ENOUGH GUESTS WISH-
ING TO REMAIN TO WARRANT IT...
E. D. LANGWORTHY, PROPRIETOR.
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Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,
-.- NOW OPEN------
It.FURNISIIEI) AND RENOVATED
THR lO 'GIIOUT
COOLEST SPOT IN DAYTONA, LOCATED RIGHT ON RIVER FRONT
SAME MANAGEMENT AS "THlE BRISTOL," ASBURY PARK, N. J.
!-iI North litil trw.xMi Ave-nu'
Modern and First-class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths.
Entire White Service. Northern Cooking.
.i.i.. ...ort, T.'(.. .an- A. H. & E. IANE, Proprietors.
witlY., Mtri) h wh MiVi P w -
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, D. R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
Facing The Halifax. Half Block from Stnresand Postofflce.
Modern Improvements. 1 white Help. Northern Chef....
Terms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application.
TABLE BOARD .- --
IVY LANE INN
W. W. FOLTZ, l'P I: 1;1.I:,:. DAYTONA, FLORIDA
The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
Very Highest Grade,
'lcea-irg and sati-fying the most particular people.
WEI-L_ KNOWN AND POPULAR. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River.
S A IIomelike anmd ('oii fortahie louse. First-class In All Respet ts
('. 0. CHAMBERI.IN, Proprietor.
SThe Daytona Beach Hotel
Sp that Cold.-
k up that Cold
FS i; I oDliitY.
_ I _OWN
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^j*rjri ^^ *<->r* *"-* *
L I .:1 A l.~
La s ...osiery
Frm Lord & Taylor.
mfs adm Silk Lisles, White, Tan and
Blcks, Blues, Pinks,
Con to Match the New Oxfords we have
- Just Reccd
M, B. AULTMAN,
TELEPtONE No. 2
We gire voe ia the Bub-Sfford Piano Contest.
DAYTONA INSTITUTE. Dr. S. G. Worley was in the city
bo frm St. Augusfue, Sunday. in con-:
W rm& ,nul. fltatioa in the case of H. W. Allen.
ims m uaa am. w h, ho fell and roiled injuries to his !
- P6 mmS*ek 6a*fe hip !ast Friday.
ebmlCuImM ac imui,. *-i Mr. and Mrs Nniel Kall.-nbl:g
pw* us '-rand Miss Alida Wilkins. who harr
mt --- u .rct reamtL Ien cnmLte -,f the Iv n T ne Inn for i
the past couple of months, left today
for their home in New lxc-helhl.N. Y
Mr. and Mrs.-E. L Pcowe D'tLand.
anttedod the Na-ne Calve cNinort
atnrdar 'ig-:t. t Mr. Pwe is an a:.
.Omey and atgen: a: ,'Y, aid I.f t
Atlantic Cuast inte RI-. \m-nmi
others frnr Demand aDetL: ijaE ii
Maanme Calve 'ne! w- re Mi
.10 mrs, %WM. -n l
Rce Dr. B. F. M.---ih flT.!3
re1~.irg temlt ra2- ;rb i
C, nr I-Ee~ati c~nai ch~u re~'. >ufnldA'.
incrrinn to a large amiI ii:'er-s'e :
. ng1-eTamin 1h.- even*1' 13 er4 i
oi. onducted br IitS M:11.
fi- r of Benz -rizia A a... C
.t!7'nia. fich.. wbho i s u:n!1".i
UI";1e cuV fir a tin;eP
I JP.e Ctter Way.
n .,5 !5 -.
* ieit in th( middl .--u--
4 N..dod a Starter.
One nicht i"::e M, r. -
nis bd. "Now I v.4 w I n
MeC. ArAd then I c rxn r '., -
Pe' In More Words.
*~~ u-he; is m~t~ I i.tT
-~c~ s~xI eters
Ntxr:T fsM tJ tcr Sr. -n,; i 1
It maele' the wp- er '
..Tbe sp.'- T
.ncircved -ILL~&.-: ~
n hn t--
U-ic. *f *:- r- f.. lT ,' e
I-.-1 e :~.n tr
THE WOD WNTElL"
Wd to NEW S rieinay mitead
lbm Is a pmuflng i to-PWitSiQ tha&t
thm. A milmetac h the Wui win-
SWO OM GNPUr clW and be eame-
- b to am"nw azuimd With the idea
a low 3in -r pbut Wrehu the
vated I I tMae was Iittle of
wa We = understand Itd -hure
ft u a inat deal of Wukiturv at
Ow doe theearth wa em east to the
ask ta t Ia sot the tezyipeatwure
Oft OW tfbuI ` CO*ditdiaC that has
gu -wthe word-
l eord VVW -or.- as we u-,%e it. is
to lxrth but slight d5~-a:: .s im
aN the bwnmcee of the Arya n!in-
Vwges tor the idea of wernea-s as,-
clated with tb he m was C4en tu, i:
befte the Arun famiALr -as di' idcd.
Uf we po to the ro t-.f the w,-i we-
ftd wa& L with the skmifikca:nn of t.-
wIL, to wash omt. to mj.sien or ui..Le
wet. Our Araa xanc*tkwv usd tthat
MMt to ayq2ly to a ll\ndziteu's ,i'
smk e. and man'y u- ds tne-iis
wfter h are &c-re (vu: 4 i:. wet z.LA
wazw being among tetne
TTbh rt *wad"i tB In tbe nnskrt: as
ter.--nI In Latin We hire -undl.-
u-re. fr-rn' WhiCh We ePt 'k-r --i: -
Our I'a.ish nd Fw.l.- IiUc.~
C4:pw td e -- Inro a -- and Lhnre
042tarw In 1cIaric ft lq '-re:zr.-
and the o d W.h Cw-..rm h:n s ~-i -
tar.- aid it is -w- e(r 1..In
* TbhcS&e u frc r ans ar* &: 1 frnm zte
wet L It his I CMisk-ure th2:: 1,s
been Indi.n-:e fr-- the b:rmth 4f :Lt-
root on wiicb a&I, cf the Cff.-rtL w v- rds
13 a dcMen lzngmag" es b.re r- wm -
Nefw T-rt kHere)&
CURIOUS FLORIDA HERB.
Red Pima Wh ~$, osi Uson Arts
&ad Ot 0w I asc
AbtkW t erb d io-ct.r
aw b t h i n g ss I s in s e c -Ur c w u ic q c a .r i' -
emr plants ut It Is di 'nt.! If
bnow we bar e r ru-li :-b :.x. j:7
bg F'4?t bcm i t -: C..d
Ne'crrthel tMerv is a r:. .r. r.:' U-
er. hert. gtuing bi ve v-L ,bh i. Tva'.'
it bs i ker that cmn ac k-.' f .fS N
far extwineu* sL a I: 1.s h sa
attmeti. I ftact, It eenas 1k h ave
b weregtouk4 ry the tStrltas l~t-
as are unable to 2nd It cias&-d
among the sewutxfe pFauts
TsIsLsa ia annual herb. a-d the en
Uv r4art. tInlud'ng the .wers is i
a deep rk-h red C"o1r. It rarct r rcacU
ed a bhe~br if morm than threeI nibe-
nd I ne et so itw r- The lea ee ar.
qrwwarte wbmp undsri4*d and Frot-
amt manr *=f. ihrn.Lite end sk---re-.e
at their tija a teuacic'rn uid vbich 1'F
ccabir ot bQhWXnc the reryr smel n2I
pe-a. wiah au aot and the IM. WDpn
u-hrbI ta .edi L We anr of tbei Wet
Wak d Mtnk Ath.
The bet that bra ever be m Day
toa. Age 16 md look exactly ste.
,Two nice little SoubmUte. don't
fail to w them.
TENIT WLL R LAKE 1L
They will make several ehaag
through the week.
Motion PctMre CkaWe Every
Matinee Saturday at 3 p. m.
Admission 10 cents, Nlhts ISc.
rI-ous OrWX Atr 7:O P. M.
Prices will remain the mae.
The nwwt popular
ilWdoor gaum for
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
4.1--rniwin and i-vvning.
*i I! $
mu -R~ -~
JOHN W. WILLS'
A Great Aggregation of
wbhe to doSm.
wbmt to Ss..r -
I euemd by Motion PIctUre IM. (b
Hirth Class VanIeviln aod
it'le only kind ladies and childr
F Song and Dance ArtSta
First-Class Artists. TES SHOV Of TOE SI
A HOW EVERY NIGHT
During the Week of
rit a tS Grape Fruit and
--el *and brtght-no sc~,l-- ,r ru-t.
flMlFTbnF Will ttll nd Io q .i nI.
OCRWE H. MUNROE
GiOWER AND SHIPPER
6 S. RIDGQEWOO AVE.--im.vtiM. Fl.
Dr. W. E. French received a.
rlephor.ee call from )rmond Str-
day evening and made a brief pro-
f'essinal trip to that town on veter-
SD1,-ira1-4le building lots at Silver
v ach. near Automobile Club Ilouse,
: -,sale at attractive prices. Apply
; T. EK Fitzgerald. tf
iI WV. Allen. Jr.. -lJest son of 11.
\. Alien. cf Ridgewood avenue. re-
c- ivef a teleCram while in New
. rk Cii:v on his war to his home at
I'- v. i.i:. contveying the intelli-
:-:.ce C1f Ls father's recent injury
;:,: ca'le at onoe to Davtona. reach-
A.:. ,tr- ,his morning.
I- f-P:,vetn Cen:ral Bridge
.: n. "-;,;idtus Hotel brass bearing
a:..: a LaT Leave at Oliver
.'.,,-r ii: n and uife. if Ia-
:.>a H frienJ-s of Col. and
-- E A\ -ryant. have been enjov-
t:I; r,:a ,oar a week past. This
ikeir .r-; visit here aud they
vt-re .:--irnri. surprised an-i wil
-,:e .a.:; Major Tilton owns
I:,;_e h.-sierv ;.3anu.fa-t-ries in Sa-
L.--:.. N H
- F FINISHING
It UP-TODATE N[ITHODS
All Prints Made on
LET US -j W
EAST A N
DAKER AL%\.ANY- jP,
aracz- P -
bv dra r or ut-k
Elmore f.,r c
Rates reASI-,Da' .t
11IT .USflATIAP SONGS BY
ALL TiS WEEK
M~i W-!n, otlva.. ind 4.tturdAys.
0 A:''I~.lt. m
r.(4 (,jJ atn t ,t ;I IIp. M.
Billiards and Pool.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Lwgcest Stock. (retae Nm--er BO.
Cigars to please anyone
Fruits. Candies, etc.
M' :u.!!LE E'~P. H~EY-WI:
Ni, !L E-. ;'HsRTEm-Fourl
'.ifI r -1vi*-I)uryf'a.hour or,1
Mo-,-,gazc!;~;i Ho~use. pholle 1111.
L-I i-i-;tal car of the Lyceum 2
Sti pany was sidetracked I
! >'iiv~ 3afterno n and the emA
r.. ~I :ret 1nsily- etgage~i today in
*r, t.: fthe ,-fluwtent un the Beach ;
-4 r- fl" i~e, oT'Vusite It y Lane)l
;7 djrt v giving the initial
;-r; -r: :.~ ~i~s evniSI
in-t-rl :,I Armoryv. i
1 : 0-: 6 : a .rhPh bnenet ['y-.
_,u % ill Z ny.
a, 'r- A mer ic~as great-
-I a *.I-epartette f romi
-.~ ~ tar: 1c, Pitt. lat-
2' it-. iia&urman
-. rz.4 s-a .m t
u. ;- rl J1; ex e to arrive
i i-. with the re-
N:. W. Vt eidn' sgday. 1
tN r brother.,
:fet her at
V ';I prooeed 4
1'.! t* i ('emetery 1i
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Illm MA U
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~~~ ---. FuguRwa
~ 3msa Isp6bar-
W I Us k as am ay _
- a YMerIa
I n Ormond: Io .
coot=ainig 23 weB furk tbd os o id 3
btthsrromnaed by 3 wcm ofd fun mia4_
i tr together r with all necsry onq ei
facing the Halibx is for sal tertm it w
ORMOND and OIUMO4l3
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S. DAYTON, .
CONRAD REAL ESTATE
I INS'RE AGAINST
Burglary, Theft or Dishonest Srva
While your house is vacant or occupi
I F. N. CONRAD, agent for t!,e MAPYLtNDI CASUALTY ll
A home protected by one of these i,'ici.- is ,afoe. as the CsOMP-N
for what is stokn and tben get rcvn ILy c-ilcLinrg the thief.
Premiums Low. Reliahble Come
COMRAD BKlO. DA TV IA. FLORAL
I Bond Lumber Compal
Rough and Dressed Cypress I.nmb e,
SLath. Shine, Flooring, Ceiing. Brick, lmue ad Cecrmm i I
SOja~ce and Yards: Ear t woiawy I,-nd tra AemM.
F 8Pb as R. J. MALS. n
*ZS^sspe SOOZZ gZ*spsgaar,------
SPECIALTIES OF THE CONRAD GROCERY COMPANY
R RMT OUR'S L kET L THE NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY'S
Star Hams and Bacon CRACKERS
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r LIA E 'C-A-S-Olt IN WINDOW