L MLLL MW IAW-~l_
I*J S*IiLC.L~ g rl~~so atd.a-
~~~~~~~o 1 eah mtewyA& are -
1inbhamrk tin Pla.am
= QI rrlr IL 1W ift~
L C. A.LGaree dh ve at sa-
i~S O lbs r t tb I wer aft am ex
tolled ban as sa ti dsr
me.$ 1 In Veryu -.~d~lBl Y
A sad b bar e he ma -
1 Uemr.Is. be u b-ei- i A wilt be
WiPM out Ci ir*-lxb a.mad sew cmos
Be atastm a tewll he berbemtbe
"miurrcydi. 9lknown; ammt them ba-
I tg Br yWaftbou -. who bolith msy
~ilwedd records. Foak Krmr, the
QW &OASAa, oat, vFqhr msd eumps
,i Yf4 F4L temmft& P'. Say, ofU te
* b**lwua-tWMSsno" Rqlmm, New York
-my .atge Troops. who %H be tOe o@W
ar .o the meor, qr m 0 timg the New
ftj Yok Tmra's Cub. ,i expected t arrive
at. con ight with' Ia8tator' W. J. Margin.
.TIE .BI.E. I=
aw do Recently owe little depredations
Amvi- hvre been committ,.,d by cows of sub
a4t wadhaowmes cowitg hati thecitymad
EL m UIeis swanoW fsdt PANHANDLE JOHN D. SHARP
W" It bIsl m If d thattldeoo
t a0rds Ias PETE, NOT ACQUITTED
W~Wat ft t y afrdkd by the Dar e t
-ItW. t e soI their owe r man king Mi
a It a ~ ke. In the first pla the marw E- AIVI GUE. OF MURDER.t
*6 dW e wll put them io the pound aDd it
is apt to cost you n ore than the grasis The Uenuine At A Discount; Thint t
1>id -b worth to get them out. By United Press.i
aais n. Again, the nummooi B ing aut mo- Veneer Answers: A Rage For NASHVII,,. T March l --
biles are liable to ru into your animated
awm the c ge etor of the l4teaa product and Ragtime. John D. Sharp was acquitted this after -
She thus upset your "pi t" and umr cap- noon and the jury disagreed in the. ca-e
ddit. aA A F AT PAMETT of Col Duncan ('ooper and Robin ('Co,-
lflrrnge Again, if the ownrs of the ards er, on trial for the murder of ex-Se'nato r
.0 can't have them beautiful and undis- Carmnack.
d O Tarri- toed by the fotralng eoow they wll The Civic League organization, which The court discharg,.e Sharp and or-
1 %emaem. o.n get a prouch and go to where they
Ir t eaP have security from suoh depreda- the Palmetto Club proposes has a wide red the jury returncl to tle jurv
ilnof fi bs( eent Weo wu ld o mighty field of usefulness before it.
^I tome. In such event you would lore were a ty fimere handful p foret last room to further consider the case of tloe
e fro i adw There were a mere handful present last
the market for yo milk night to consider matters as momentous Coopers. ___
h-e "1eis.have no Ue for the cows. an the upbuilding and beautifying of
tIn ti cw p Moobc iee Men Bupy.
Sthe w11 td, In this ese e interest of the pro- this matchless city. but the sidewalks in Motorcycle Men Busy.
Sl evwy ducrr and the reorsumer are so corre- froIt of the Daily News office were four- Eugeae G(;aestel and Fred Hill r.-
*l edd that leted that the one, must respect the deep for a great distance on both sides ceived their N. S. U. imotorcyclts thi -
S lidl ad right of the other. It ight po tof the street to see "Panhandle Pete' morning and were bu.- this f.rno.:
a beaparallel to the tabled gooe of do Wild West rope-throwing, putting them up. These are iprtei
"d-l egrbg C foame. ;Mme. Calve had a scimp hearing, but machines from (;errnnny crie of thu:.
is the if Wilmans had had a chorus-girl aggre- but recently received while thre otli r
the Bis iB nation in gaudy, abbreviated, tinselhd has already somne good record, t,, i'
SwiNlame s As I am compelled to buia. I attire, displaying exquisitely-shaped credit. These machines anr fitted with
Id ~te~r CW hbotd Cl bel 'er', I otter Y nether nlembers in sky-blue hosiery., a roller attachment for the safety oL, ,-
earis riertiY latd i S o j kicking at imaingn t inaginary objects suspenided cycle rider. they art, patciiig nr.i tI., y
isB h MIc. Fla.. at bargair prices. See C4o- above their painted checks. thle 'bald- are destined to do, Some I It still-
j A- l ---. mli- r'ad Real Esta':e Agency. E. L. i headed row" would have pi:ikted those stunts o t, t. ,cach tiix: \~wc.k
J te John- P -tter-. -t. choice front seats.
.... ^. I In this dilitante, ragc-tinme age cf
freaks and fancies, fads and fot,'bis,. Would (io With Mama.
there is a wide and inviting tig fid for
i you, A little girl in this city, lh, i..t at .i.-
you, labecome discodiurag treated Sunday s(icho,,l tt,.i lant. N :.s
: Don't become discouraged If a o(hzent I ^ ^ hreafrt
of you, yes, if six of you--yea if three Ir tly d i ,bef t t orl tt m im l
i recently that if she- %%;:ta ,o(,,l litjlt, ,I;l
of ou mluake a solemn cotipact to do a he would be ith t. Iord .Iieus wi:-r
thing and yyou ha e tihe ie anmid zal. she died wou l e be f,,llo,weI tJis witi
the dynamic energy and .-ti'kitiv(leIss,l vu g0 n:.ei>
you will achieve the results ou g after you die if you re
There are vastly mnor' little earthen hesitit. 'y -et rt,|i;t,
"S~._ ^____ __- ----^.-- i*--2IU3----
Ls It Stood Wednesday Evening
Ih1 & AFFORD PIANO CONTEST.
M a 72R1
Bu`tAt a C
Ammeummad TOat m. bv W
I~EbriM hOs beebI Nw Au-
DOaly New Enters Protest Against
Decimating Such Florida
TO 1II IT NAY =REI.
It's a far cry from a murderous spirit
to one of gentleness "and protection
You may ask is the kindly, considerate
feeling born, or is it instilled? It seems
that it is partly a matter of inheritance,
but largely a matter of education.
Yesterday the Daily News was handed
in this item:
"Messrs Blank have returned from a
hunting trip up the north side of To-
moka oasin, which was very successful.
They secured three alligators, one of
which measures over eight feet; the
other two about six feet. They also se-
cured a very large moccasin six feet
long. Tbay returned by way of Bulow
beach, and here Mr. McHardy picked up
a paper nautilus, a very fine specimen,
about five and one-half inches across.
They also brought back some ducks,
and feel fully repaid for their thne
,..'* .... -'-",'* I days' outing."
SThe Daily News laments as much to
publish such items as this as it did re-
-MeBrSid in St. Louis Repaobu. ceatly to publish the account of the
slaughter of the pet pelicans near the
l NEU WS ~In places on the West or Gulf Coast )f
DAILY N f ermen sometimes catch them in casting
out their hooks; alligators are learning.
too, that they are safe and they pernit
A LIIR close inspection. What a shame that
over here it is considered so smart and
I t t sportsmanlike that notices are handed
Alex c.hwalbach, a brilliant news- in to the papers and clippings sent
paper man and a staff writer on metro- North and these gun-users gloat over
politan journals, will furnish the heavy such prowess.
"race dope" for the Daily News for next It's no more sportsmanlike to shoot
an alligator than it is to shoot a flat-
weck and the public may depend upon
Sit that it will he both complete and cor- woods cow or a razor-back hog. and the
rect. fellows who practice such butchery
Mr. Schwalbach is a specialist in "might well be employed in (one of the
: this line and has at his finger's end all big western packing houses t.o stick hqgs
the race history; he has seen all the big or to knock beeves in the head. A man
events reeled off and will thus be able to with properly trained feelings would
throw on interesting sidelights which shrink from the one as rnuch ias from the
you will get in no other way and much other.
news of this character will be found in The I)aily News emphaticall decries
the Daily NeAs exclusively. such wanton barbarity and hopes tile
Remember that on Tuesday morning (lay may spcdily come wht.n every
next there will be change front an after- Florida paper will jin in a crusade
nti,o to a morning paper., against the wh1olesale murder of these
There are but few more days remain-
iug of the pi:alio contest and we hope the
patrons of Kingston school and all who
are int, rested lu th- cause of education
and tlhi public wel will redouble their
t Ifrts th, tlhcutid that these priLe instru-
iirnts itimy be giv.in to the public
\\iwcr,. tlhiy .wll tbe a genuine and lasting
I1mn,' it t,, the 'hiolt I people and not to
,jriv:itc ,artics Nho are perhaps able to
i,:)'.r;-, ..L intstrumlent at any time they
may .,d it. O()ur district is small and
lti\-ii tec n but rcctently organized, is
t,,tallv unable to procure the equipment
!i(,J(t'd. T"lIter,.fore we solicit the aid of
;all \0l1, ire willing to confer this benetit
oin ,ost':ity, towar(k securing this piize
I '; bIlo o puit!lico.
I hos It. lKilwell. of St. I oui., Mo., is
:1 rlc..iit ,r\lva;l at the boarding house
I:cie aanlr i.s tIuch ilcas(ed with our cli-
birds and atnirmals which lenl a distric- I
tive charm to the State.
Quit lionizing these gunner, and x-
ploiting them as crack mmnrkr,en amind
the attractive birds awmil aii ritals will be
in far less dange.r.
Mothers of l aytoria, if vy'u wHtit v lyr
boys to learn to shi'ot, (. iti't Irt'seo-t
them with toy pi.tol,.-.gi;ant crakc.rm atid
lornan candles; give themi k,,daks anil
teach thtiemi to ,iott birts ntil tallig:ators I
at cl,,se range It '.,,n't flurt the biris
and the -auriaus 1Iut it '. ill ldc\ lop ar-
tistic tastes, an(d will face them in the
direction of the -tudio rather than that
of the prison.
'This is rather plain talk but the de-
velopments of th" la-i:t few ilayv justify
toemb CkO M-fm
Rumors u to the properd -h-adh m
Th Clarudogt haeb*m -a
as the proverbial mdsa af tae m* --
of the rumors with a a MMw at f t,
others ridicuhlM W. tShIoM rM hm-
ceia ever conceived
Ibe Daily New, however, Is Is aa-
sition to state that D Lr. L Por rw
erect at Daytoma B-D b afslds be
proof Clarendon, at a e"t of Ut t-,
000. Arrange hrst ave bee Made,
and all details p ractilly wns AM
The Clarendon will be lkMerU WeP
land owned by J. W. Ernew, amd Mrs.
C R. Oliver, on the ocean fmat, Is al-
most a direct line from the DWly Nem
The town of Daytona Beach b s
passed an ordinance ve..,oag th
property from all taxes ad Houmaf or
a period of ten years.
Rumors of thi location have bem
rife for several days. bat othing w
definitely decided until Ut&IsMeria
and if no hitch in the detaisb oee
there is no doubt but what this will be
the location of The Clarendom.
The ways of the Florida Eat Ca@t
Railway officials are past eompreohe-
sion; certainly no one hereabouts is ab
to fathom the depths of their motive or
have the faintest coocvption of their
plans, purposes or intent at any stage
of the game.
They have a train scheduled to paw
here, northbound, every morning at
S:24. The fact that it passes up at any
old time creates no surprise but the
fact that it frequently pause with
plenty of vacant seats and refuses point
blank to take on a passenger from this
I point, does create surprise-it does more
i than cre&4e surprise; the atmes-
pherv becomes sulphurous with esr-
boniferous profanity; poor, frail human-
ity is tempted beyond powers of resiat-
ance andl language not found in the
Koran, Revised Version or the eats-
chisms reverberates as Uncle Henry's
exclusive coaches for exclusive people
glides jauntily by, leaving would be
passengers with their hands full of bags
and suit cases to shake a fist at the van-
i fishing train.
Yesterday a citizen of Daytona
wanted to take this morning train up to
st. Augustine. The agent bad orders
n,,t to sell him a ticket, he couldn't
even get out the gattes
Well, he siteppedni around and got
aboard andti behold, there were seats to
let' Nobody, not even Florida's rail-
road commission. seems to understand
why they leave Daytonians standing on
the platform, hands ful: of grips, pock-
ets bulging with money anxious for in-
vestnent in seats, tongues hurling big
dams ard little ones.
This ought not to be thus.
I VLa dr7 7 II
StartsSt urday, March ?Oth
STORE QUM FRIDIIAY P. M. TOu RE-Mi'AS.In t:umxx
ANTHONY BROS., INC.
NkN a me
I. ELLA DhVOY & COMPANY,
Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,
HIGH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.
No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET, DAYTONA.
Are Sfleat Sakes-
IL AL7~. ~-aa~
0. IL finManger
*M1 IP. Op. 626mgo l eo
34 n.~-m mttr N-.
~tmiFloV. uw the Act of
Bu~Mos e AN
Attaucy aMd C
pram I"ela am*ate a
T. IL tzgerad
Attorneys and Coal
Special Facilities fo
) Perfecting L&
SOffice in Conrad Buik
is Emma Moove of Urbana, (. A. KLOCK, M. D.,
Mies Emma Hammeol, of Urban,.
PHYSICIAN AND SLROEON.
SOhio. v.ill arrive iondaybto may at I iAocted with K.M. Frguo M 0
the Parkinson House during the* =p*tot tntion get.l or
the Zvye. ar. mr. Nanti Throat anlid 0
racs. Fitting of Gl-sns*..
1 Omffie Hours: 7 to fla. m.. 1 to 4 p. ni.0
and 7 to p. 111. PhI'-on.- 2. b'
I -bT-Vahuable diamond stud. --* -.. .
Reward of 450 will be gives finder E. L. STEWART
Sbv returning to Dr. Schneider, 30*2 )h iLi.. I A
North Ridgewood. tf Physician and
Miss F.. -Who Especial attention to Dti-aeitof Fyt, Ear.
Miss Franem Shants, Throat and Noq.
been visiting with her broterAdam F.,rth Do. Wet pMtifflce
Schantz, and family, om Second a- P .one."Ctanswr-d.
enue, for the pest two or three ........... ____
weeks, left Thnraday for her home
at Dayton, Ohio. ROY HOWE, M. D. :
*\ Physician and Surgeon *
*sssesssssseee^esspo^091 (fceand Residenc.-: Ii -. R,! -
wood Avenue. opp. liidf-.
Office Hotirs:(toll a. m.: '! *o 4 *irl *
i A* T <60 to 8 p. M. Telephone 175 *
" DAYTONA BEACH, March 19.-The
Homelike and Comfortable. Town Council met in ancial si mion
SEABRE';ZE Mar. 19.-The Twice : A B .
a-Week Bricxe Club met with Mrs. W ; Directly on Atlnt Beach.
R Da, is, or Halifax avenue, last night' Surf Bathing and Fishing.
and had a most etj'yable evening.: .2., PER DAY AND UP
Dainty con!- ctior:s iud cakes wer.e. PRD
Mr. WILsi' is'barig -(ment ridewilk-, HORACE STEWART
lLid on L.i. pr(opt rty (on (we-an boulevaniz ,, -.
and before another winter -a- n operis DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
Ocn boule rard wriUl have cement side- __
walks ot bth aides along iti entir- SU lF fCRFEST
length from river to ocean. Vv 'I vF C R ES T
Mr. and Mrs. Waterson Mr. acd MMrs li. O hai I i, t,,>i., r ,,.vm I-
Coryell. Mr. and Mrs. McHlardv. Mr,, ,-i k* 't. c,,miortai ..*.ind .1:i ,i i' lo .t.
S" ". fofr .urf tltfhirii urnf l I-i lf .
Robertgon aid Mia Stone made up a Rt.- I.. t4 f1.,to r o4.
pleasant boat party for a day's fi.Ing MR ,,r.-. .,i ';.:.
at the inlet __ --_
Mr. and Mrs McLanahazi ih ittd a f
few friend ito a ri% er trip in their launch Au 6.#rincess iSSena
yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Davis and Joa6rr, F/oraa.
~. -. 01. .- n
litte daughter, Corneiia, and M;l t i l,4 ia- -thmg I.-- V6 ,ri -is. w ,i;.r : tion, !,*. i;i.
liis were arrong the privileged few. r 'tw it-. n ii IIr.,iL :.1n '(,i. Ili. it-.; '.,'t o!
r -- "~ h u!)i>l (ir : ii--.'r i ,' *, il ; .;i _*,"* "'%jl :
Mrs. Canimlbell, of Omnaha, N.b i- a ,,iii tij-.t,- : r.it.- ;"-'r i;:v $3. i.iI ut,: i -' -
v ikj .- i- '.l rl t. s il.' *(' 'i~t'o l. \,l'i:. -.
gueSt at The Mayheld. A I W 1 > :\' .,,. lrr,,ri. ",r.
Mrs. Aldetaon. who has bLw--n at tht "_ ... "..... .-- .
Seabreeze SAnitarium for avtral week-. ,
s sufficnIJy n coveredto ji 1,( |FH EWHIIT[ HOUSE COMTTA6S,
aister at The Mavfivld
Mr. and Mrs. 1-ubbins, to re 1 A ')N k : -:%. i. Il.
pying one of the Clarendot ct, o att i ,,,, K' :,iyV. aii ,'i onp,.!. .\ t:-
.. .. .. .- 'l- .t .) r nl !: *[. **- ,:; 4 i.' r;r. ,* *ll *t', .
Wedne-day night, and granted to E. L.
Potter exemption from real estate and
occupation tax, also exempt from license
;_ix for period of ten years, provided
he w.,uld build a hotel at Daytona
Beach. A committee was appointed to
wait upon Dr. Potter and offer him any-
thing further that was in the Council's
p-wer to lawfully concede him It is
; ,nd rstood that Dr. Pitter accepted tie
terr:'s and conditions, and the matt,-r is
finxiiy settled. It is also understood
tLat J. W. Erregger and E. Oliver have
agreed to d-ed a fine site on the ocean
front i ith Ufrge grounds for hotel pur-
pIs-. arid the peninsula will retain Dr.
P' tter a- a resident citizen.
Mr- M I. J,)ne3 and granddaughter,
MN5s I.izie Lee. of Grenada, Miss will
arrive Sunday on a visit to the Misses
\\ ihi,'jrrc, on Piuewood avenue, oa
th-ir %av to Palmn Beach, Miami and
Mrs. Minerva Barze, mother of Rev.
Barze. arrived from Barnesville, Ohio,
aitd will make her hoin ith her son.
Rev. \\. A. Roh.n corresponding
secretarv 'f th, -lizabetth (;amble Dea-
.onf-ss Homie at ('iLcinirati. )hio, will
TYrc. *,' t the vlteVn C *j
Rooms Large. sunny alna Attric-'i\'-. \
corps of Com tpeunt Nurs-i In atii :'t .'.
C, BOmAMNON, M. P.. Daytona, Fla.
PHI NK No. 74.
C. C. BOHANNON,
I *ohAys...n and Surqooon.
eOf Ic ov#r th A!wAcw l I-w i P '.h
SBk-aeli %itrt- t. I
I DAYTONA. FLORIDA.
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l DR. F. H. HOUGHTON
---,ilL-- Oil ',. Ptet1, 'k It,.'-
P On.a 3V W --t End I .).1 l;: _.I
H. EUGENE JOHNSON.
('arr it f!u. 0';: o
Bicycle Supplies and Repairs.
Pr;,'s Kl;,bt. All work ;u. :r,:. *.1
Como and See.
W E. T KEN 1P F ( CENTH.A I., ;I;-<,1
DR. EDITH B. SHOEMAKER
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60 THIRD AVENUE. Tctlephc j %4
AmAl~t h a a C
DR. J. C. HERMAN
(im tl!'i .itt- tii i-r A "1' ~" '
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DR. A. O'NEILL..
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'M, SK IFROTAABW~
AD g *dme b bbr UNUbhsh
CLOTHEMCLEANEQD AND I,,~
AT VUET UUZAMMAS
An.1AU wi m&r s menideomwmi
Fmeam ma.. m Au.
E. S. HALL
Architect and Bulkier.
ROPE 2 Office i0 Pslmeto
ouuae at | Daytona. rkFk
4 FederaliCourts -__5
01 4 U.
nseliors at Law
r Examining and *** ._*
ling. 'Phone 12S
Imm m ad DW~ib 54MMU
Bmbs m Ban& h Hh..1AMM4N
ambiftgN 1 a
Frmixbg,.V. a R
Cmb ep md sand
WVY A CALL.
S Developing, Pi
and Film Sup;
TRIA 1. 'AILL N^
SAnderson & Clark
S ck k.Opp.outh Bridg.
* 'J P~. uqk .C .opp. Mouth Brdge.
,,u || I C When You
S T'.Inrk of MILLO Think of
,i t'-!" vym wan: a little or a lot
T.-:-phol" No. 1 We deliver all
Srr,.r. ,,f ,n.o |7 quart ormcre
STHE BEST FOLNTAIN5 Serveo FULLS"
.04.040 0 0. 0 00 00 *0 0*0
SPOT CASH GROCERY
; ,, rs s< ,)tn (if the PostoMce
. MILLER, Proprietor.
;i -~s ..' IM by buying here
The Syracuse,.'t P~r ;A tlo
A fw n~runningautROX5Y*S.
I VOL N'TAIN CITY
IiFV ANt)D ('Al
LIVEY TRNSF RDSALES IA
til1kKK MEET ALL TRAINS.
TH J i INV- IFT TURNOUTS IN DAYTOfNA 10
Blackasmith and cacwilag.
shop in Conasectliom.
GrE 0. A. FOYE. Proprietor
''~'a i)Mail'- Se !Ica'ss: .
as :s as a ........ pa
Ten Per Cent. Discount fUr To I
Bingham& Maey C
Om-t F@M so wt M
W our WaswoTAPs.I
DAYTONA, SEABREEZ1E. O M~ DAYVN
Ice for Beats KDiive dat MW D M c -0
OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant..
ITo the Tre
WE ARE SOLE AGENT Or TIM
Famous Royal Scarlet &ad Cwti Brom.
And Like P. T. Bmm "'We Never
Advrtlw Ubw We Skew."
AND GET PRICES BEFORE
L. G. LYMNIAN, BEACH
- - -
LANTIC MOTOR CAR CU
No. 8 Beach Street, Daytona, FU.
Automobiles and Gasoline Engf
Diamond Tires, Bosch Magmetos
and Spark Plugs.
Discounts Allowed the TradW
condhand Cars taken in part payment for NeU
am r w% U aft A Urmv r4 g:dukbfvm 9
- *" .. .*-.- .. .. ..-.
---- M A lkr Im
1120RW.OOM8s &l cr Ea Sute with
iFIadds. ITOWof tfe .&aft eof Vething
the ovice Will Peit giVu am
im .M ..ro with te IIC. Storawby
w m ra towill be made with gunsa
OM* Dayta. ewoma g giOrainh
lim mpralm e W4 No me wbo
~wmt foot pom Its mmotpIieeAed
mand; no oas s ho ver pedsld a bi-
eyde over it s ; owM; mo who ever
drove a prmn~ r of MI Iand lt-
dbed tot poU pngad of t UMr Mtee dm
upon ItB ulpltum-lilm ame; nD ooe
ho eer stmered a hi(h-poaer automo
bile doew the m Md treteh of wave-
wambed'md rmf-paced memd but real-
1sd that It l a worMd-beter, a world-
womder. Go stand upon this wide
psedway and see the happy soul flit
by in Joyom mood, and answer whether
t in not one of the seven modem
S The PdiL Pdhcd IMna IWver.
-- ~Wherbe think you is water with more
pituresque surroundings? Nearly a
'fh^ < pmlli ,"le wide, fringed with tropical vegeta.
Th* ?e 4* pne Ul ^ 1 tioc. artistic cottages with roomy ve-
IVOUiS.L iAnt. 3WI* TWO randa's looking out upon her bosom,
t A1S cSto$Sa o $ p.e i gamey food fishes in countless numbers
M-M b s&evea thest. Pboe 4sM beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
J. P. AWIIUJ, PW. MIAM and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
t and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
which sit about as if for the sport of
FW m ll. C fort, bobbing upon her waves; watch that
F4W P JCure lubberly old white headed pelican pcr.?h
Fo I a te a fat mullet, and that fish hawk Ftrt,-
S Ti gling upward with his floundering load
I D a i he snatched from the water.
SSee the beautiful launches, spick and
S t" iWO* T Bm C 'r span, their hampers and lockers bulging
AOL. X. JW, #WUQtItbs wkb
toprb4o. the m.-" M m o with refreshments both solid an liquid
SACCOMOTION $r0.2DV ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
asv y ai surface Take out your field glass and
S- 8s--weep the river from Ormood bridge to
-i Ponce Park light house, then say
Hftfl -alft- m I aclrh L whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
a beauty and a joy forever, and one of
omratirand Looauon. Adjolnr Falmous "Poin- a the modern wonders.
M- S-ea to w,'e-Troptcal plendor ofr rrtlut and Flow-
n ar wr-wtn fuDrther *outh bv train or boat that oome
k at DIytouI Paln Beach Boat UIne lands at Hotel
L MAGNOLIA. Augusne,
-b *tL AU Modern Improvements.
fr ArAco-Iodahtios for 300 Guests
O^ n Jan: dfi tot Vatj.t. Vri rlt for lus-
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Noi e (
THE IELLSTON HOTEL
CQ. Wa-s Ave. & Jacson Bfl.
-jq .. -11.6- -ox fC
wittbat b Hot and Col
IjAJ A nd Distanlce
ever-y room. ~
3C111 mu Wicc
Ckmb sercils IMitt
Rsates. $1.00 4111.tof I ltt'I1*
Mdence 14e61 itt n
The epch mtigtly Picturesque RIMowed.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
this white shell street one has the im-
- pression of a fairy path with el6fh dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
an eye first to the right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage homes
in the most delightful settings.
Surpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage homes.
No one of Daytona's attractions, per-
haps commands more nearly universal
i attention and praise than does the artis-
tic cottage. The owners of these charm-
ing villas hail from every corner of the
country and they bring their own archi-
tectural plans and build upon them,and
as the architecture of one section of the
,country differs from the architecture of
another so do our homes differ in out-
ward appearance and structural beauty
1 from one another. There are no inonoto-
i nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
'but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What next?"
Streets and Pavements the Most and Best.
Why tilhe Architect ,of the I universe
chose to give to Daytona thte most ad-
mirable, the most picturesque natural
setting of all the citi,-s of the South is
not revealed but that such is a fact(
must be apparent to the most superficial
observer. With such lavish wealth of
natural beauty it became an easy thing
for the hand of man to give the little
finishing touches which h have brought
out the colors and outlines of tlit hbig
Man did all this it! the laying out of
the streets w ith thtiir ul de margins of
parkage, thle entire citVy lb>co(mes a
And as for pavem\ents, pavements
that look and act like gratite,--wherc
else between the eastern and western
seas are so many miles in proportion to
*I o IT';:il ,QtTIV inher donr
,10dodlf- at a eoht of9
SRumling Water and Long
'Phmes in al Romoms.
ilngl. :wr .ll ollt.4
Ii 4 r f~titkot). I IItlIIIII I
I~ ~ ~ ~ Al C i~ i atttui-l tie 4
Bayfield. Props 4
AL i*ol I.I -e
dw tb-wee -, te plre artf
aL .SatbMir ns0ihbowwth istub Y
ashfting vm. You will probably dkI
thMopirit ad i you do the rodas
and the beeb am your The Florida
imeim lfrn e% the balmy ocean
breed ae free, te birds and squirrels
mad flom a fte, the sparkling
fountain waftirfream d you will -have
togodoa m yorewariet oofor ooin
for the auto and bed and board.
Thissa no fanciful picture; it's all
bere. It bs drawing other thousands
and h.4ding them enthralled, it will
charm .ad hold you. Come and see.
I Strictly I
I a Kodak Shop.----
We are not Portrait Artists, nor
are we Art Dealers but 10 years
of close attention to the KODAK-
ERS needs has won for us the
enviable reputation of being
SfIST. CLASS FINISHERS
an Anyone desiring good work and u
strict attention paid to their or-
den for Developing and Printing,
_ willgetitatLESESNE'S KODAK
M PLACE, the only shop in town *
that makes the Kodak Work a
All work finished in 24 hours, 12
* hours if necessary.
R HI. LESESNE *
a Eastman Kodak Dealer, *
0 Beach Rtreet, near Ml Ave..
a DAYTONA, FLORIDA. =
Pitching quoits seems to be the
rage these days, and almost any
place in the city groups of men, and
sometimes women, may be seen
playing the game. Croquet conies
in for its share of the popularity
LOtST-B-tweeu the electric light
plant and Auto clubhouse, 12-bead
necklace. Rewarl if returned to
The High School of Ormond sen:
,a challenge to the Daytona lligh
!School ftor a baseball game 'Thurs
i day afternoon. The teams met at
Harrison's Park and had I a har i
fight for first pIlac. thep iavtna
team winning tlie game by a scc'r
,of I9 to :3.
-.Fresh Michelin tires; all lirst-
no seconds. For sale at the Atlantii
Motor Car Co. and Central (,anr:C'
Mr. and Mrs. W. M Garlamin ain'
Miss (). IR. Garland left this after
noon, going south on the 1:1.) train
for a view of the F. C. lailwa,
extension. After a dav or two they
will pass through IDavtona en rout.,
home, Mr. and Mrs. Garland goitig
to Los Angeles and Miss <;:trianl t
"A B I> oi (.I;nI C i lWI t
tihe stolen goods \et r iit t,, i:tl
Insure with F N. Ct: iHi tilc
Maryland Casualty (C'omni.y n ;dtial
they will pay for the g. uls st-,l<,n
and catch the burglar. '7 t
P .in. ..itan.U '.111... Pth-lEddie Ioot, the profsitiiaIl !n'-
placet reports more and better, Dayton a t I-
throwl down t' e gauntlet to the world cycle rider, arrive from Jlacksow:-
ytllr l lle Thursday afternoon and joined
Squirrels. Fu er. Birds and Fruit. Fogler, 1lill and Caestel at TIhe
\\What\cr one's slhortcoi miui.gs and Wilmer. Mrs Root diil not a(Wc1,11I-
howetver irndifter,'nt )r 've callous onej pany her husband to tills (cit\. but
: ..-..... .i.. .... .. rn- rinained in Jacksonville with Mr.
:*u v I bi g
The Pirl -OMftm
A. M. Lataop, Harriott Latrop,
Washington, D. C.i H. k. D. Latbrop
Interiachen; J. Coerane, Bmn were
yesterday's arrival at the Prince.
Arrivals yesterday at The Bennett
were: C. P. Calvert and wife, Cincinnati, I
Ohio; E. S. Foster, Erie, Pa.; H. W.'
Krughbarum and wife, South Bend, |
Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butler, Boo-'
ton, Mas. .
Among the guests registered at this i
popular house yesterday were: Robert
Shafer, Albany, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe
L. Barman, Jacksonville; W. B. Lamb.
Savannah; C. Christiancy, Port Orange,
Cary D. Landis, DeLand.
Recent arrivals at The Palmetto are:
J. M. Hoyt and wife, Lynn, Mass.; D.
Lamb and family, Sangerties, N. Y.; W.
A. Robinson and family, N. Y.; C. G.,
Green,Brooklyn; Mrs. Hanna, Mrs. May- j
nard, Mrs. Moore and daughter, A. T.;
DeGuff, Henry Waring Philadelphia;
W. F. Bentley and wife, Jas. C. Reap,
F. A. Brattle, Pittston, Pa.; J. S. Barnes
The Ridgewood numbered among its
guests yesterday the following: A. E.
i erofired and wife, Brndgport, Conn ;
Byron Lapham, Mrs. W. J. Lapham and
Geo. I. Harris, Glenns Falls, N. Y ; W.
H. Heath and wife, Lousville, Ky.; Vic
Bloomlield, Winchester, Ky.; 0. Buhler, I
Tilly Buhler, Kethe Buhler, F. Stokes, 2
Allentown Pa. B. Breitmayer, New
York City; A. T. Hazen, Cincinnati: A
W. Chase, Moultrie, Ga.; E. C. Halle,
Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Elman 4
dorf, Yonkers N. Y.; Mrs. F. B. Whit- :
ncy, Miss A. S. Durland, Hinsdale, Pa.;
Fenton C. King and wife, Cambridge 2
Springs, Pa.;Mrs. L. J. Fichenor, Mrs. J. :
M. Bennett, Newark, N. J
SNow Open for SE-om as8-9.
I L. M. WAIT, Ownr and IIMi
SGreatry nlyarmd aes last mesom. Cui md 8 im KaI
a Broad Piaa oil U Sides. Boom.. Fiite .fW
2 Every Modern Coatvenise. etod far Doeki
SSummwer Addrem: ATLAIITW BOKT33M Narr pesinS f, U OW
CAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA -- -- ** 1 A ------- -- i o
Fronting on the
Formerly Sehmidt's Villa.
HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Pr"
Fine Home Table
v Y - - -
WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL ABOUT
THE MIDDLE OF APRIL, PROVIDING
TIERE ARE ENOUGH GUESTS WISH-
ING TO REMAIN TO WARRANT IT...
E. D. LANGWORTHY,
Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,
REFURNISHED I AND RENOVATED
COOLEST SPOT IN DAYTONA, LOCATED RIGHT ON P IIVEI f T
SAME MANAGEMENT AS "THE BRISTOL," ASBURY PARK, N.
New guests at The Despland Thurs
day were: Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Angell,
Chicago; C. W. Breuan and wife, Utica,
N. Y..; Franrk T. Ludlow and wife, Mr.
anrd Mr,;. S. A. Miles, Alex Schwalbach,
New York; P. Benjamin and wife.
Newark; Cole L)anley, F. B. Walker,
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Van
Winkle, Patterc on, N. J.; F. A. Klaine,
Cora Florence Klaine, Mr. and Mrs. C
Brokate, Sophia Brokate, Cincinnati;
Mrs. W. W. Marsh, Waterloo, Iowa;
Mrs. C. T. Kimball, Jes)up, Iowa: Miss
A. S. ltirland, Mrs. F. B. B Wlitnev
llinsdxlht', Pi ; F. 1). Miller, Birming-
ham; W. A. Wilson, Indianapolis; Ii. C
Newell, Demnorest, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. It
i.. Parks. Springfield, Mass.
The referee of the coining races, S. A.
Mile~, and Alex Schwalbach, secretary,
tiCe hitre, bteing guests at the Despland.
'li,, former is accompanied by his wife.
Made to Resemble the Antiques by
The United States lbuys annuily
matny thousand dollars' worth ofui rhit
are known to the profession as wash
ed rugs. Brightly colored oriental rugs
aclletinmees are-washed with a solution
of chloride of lime, a treatment ~lwhlch
partly li,!taches the colors and Imparts
a soft appearance to the rug.
This chemical treatment Is a process
of washing which produces the effect
of aie and a peculiar sheen to the sur-
face. whilh is pointed out by the un-
s'rupliilrts dealer as a proof of sule-
rior lunality. The fact is that the Iroc-
ess of \vwahhlog as described Invariably
wvenkem nand In some Instanc'ps de-
stroys the materials ji, the rug.
The pr,,gressive effect of the chein-
"??t North Ridlgwood Avsnue
I OPEN DURING APRIL.
Suimnmeir R '*
side, Mrbihnti. rMas. A. H. & E. I.ANE, Proprietors.
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. D. R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
SFacing The Halifax. Half Bh4xk from StoresndJ Ptoffce.
SModern Improvmnnts. hilte Help. Northern Chef....
Terms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application.
TABLE. BOARD -
IVY LANE INN
V. N. FOI.TZ, I'.inl,. DAYTONA, FLORIDA
The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
Very Highest tirade,
l 'li.-iiL: g aiid satiz-fying the most particular people.
oIIOBORO Ono@0@00 IN*s*O*on osoIo -"-0- "--- _-*--*-*-
WELL KNOWN AND POPULAR. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River.
Ai homelike anid Comf,,rtalle house. firstt tlass In All Respetts.
*'. 0. CHAMBERI.IN, Proprietor.
SThe Daytona Beach Hotel:
~ a ra, e.
wIminm~ 5it w
Im~t~t~ras bIL .
* ^"' *. ^
Pmini loid & Taylor.
mdi SL Uses, White, Ta
tdcs, Bles, Pinks,
IC tmlD 1c,- the New Ofords w
I M. B. AULTMAI
Sam sCBW. TE.lEPn
We t.#" the Bshe -S ord PmoCoo test.
lONE No. 2
1 Playing to Urge Audienccs.
wAkd me" *h.
The bert that bever been m Day-
tea. Age 16 d look exactly alike.
Two oie little K Sbrettes. DIm't
fail to w them.
They will make several ehaage
through the week.
Motion Pictures Change Every
Matinee Saturday at 3 p. m.
A A .__: S,1 s .fl hl-IPt lo a.- IX, *
JOIN V. t ILLS'
EAC^.LIwd b bW Ustms plea aSte
SIEE LIUT 'GATOl l WIlNDW.
New Pictures Daiy.
Two Original Soangs ard
A Great Agregatioo of
First-Qass Artists. i BEST SfMI TB SEASL
A S1 EVERY 6NIHT
During the Week of
IILUMRATED SONGS BY
Orvin L. Peppe
Mis Lotle Kmnw. P&r-M
Matin. ** Ni-dn'uIn'i n. and ftntrdays
it t U 4"p. M.
AV a 0m llMmmw
&- -I .l~ hia~
24, aYE d38
m~~~ -' sS3YI~ 1iab ~
ial do ernk=r
so 2"ni ft askshm pan rrv n
a" or U. Ubom, CRY; a
Sagh am hm- m. Ago"s
In Ormond: O'sd"
9%l swt;h n w hdu~ .44
MA' Tle Lymom Comedy Company play d D00 |M AN 73 P.- M.
NT fT IF laI ainlastnightto a rlcked tent, a D w p.N. | To Races. Admission 15c. Children i u a
Lynne bring the attraction The -pe-! Prices will remain the same. I |oorio-nat 710pmk.
Scialti in the eooet following the rpg-________________________________________________
ular performance wrre good. and the Bn
isog"Holv City,- with tableau in co'- BOWLING ALLEY. o,, ',B
'-- ^"^ ^K^::^ ^^BOWLING ALLEY. 0IIAI onB thef Billiards and Pol.MC N T
bmd.d asuge seeds.adored lightsan-. superb and brought ; Pro ofdsad o A CNxr0
1 '* 'hearty applauw M es, t G Orape Fruit and
ft o ter"a o i Tonightthev y"i:i .-a musical eord rIndo orga, for Now Tangerines...... CIGARS AND TOBACCO R(EAL I
enl u m import tnxfk edy n title- hyow Wives Fool Theirnchh stahSii00waiv_-or ruslt.so LT-St stock. Oresrest Nu-er Iar i"
A do"ge re Mistswaterkinds. HHusbands." Tomorow afternoon they LADES AND GEIT OLEEN. ,,lx, t-, TRMADE Ciars to please anyoe
-the fuae water kiswill give a southern play the Kem- W D bLILt 1to Cigars to please anyone ORd
Smid tyuuoid g". arem tucky Sherro ff.-ig t t 'A.".k h tr A to rnoo-o whngo d MUN,.ROE P. LADAS, soumr a
I. u 11Md gem moow night wiLh that stirring vtir, "E AND SmPPE 999 99
1 ofthe y fromi without the d Je, James 14. R.ACH oTR Tr. sa6 S. lDOIWOOD AVE.--Dyta. Fla. Fruits, Candies, etc.
0=1 om y film )He .aiedfdr
d N. oN B' -PW6W f N ^ ^GILA MONSTER'S BITE.
ti. dt m The Retil, Turns Ovcr to Got Venom
11 w hft a*old vao4be exposed on : ___------_----_________oomuici
I Into Its Victim.6 0006- I Lovers of n music missed the W inter h0mes.
d1ate wuivetimi loing germs gain____1_______
atuwoimfloe.inggrmsg~u It was his turning over habit that # rmtfnei ta J t r orchestra at tht -
*l bt^i ttfawoS led me to the dLcv.ry as to the bite L | A ITVUC tal theatre last night
qlMt of tl. Iidemt, Dr of the Gila wonst r. TLis 'reature. NORMAN S
1m1ry d1cbe. of Dactona Beach, re- more like a short. -k nna lt I lttill., Cornelius CrN
id ps ted i plan for orgD-: legs on than anything else, has no o W V. Carter and Dr. H. K.
booam. folNows: winfan:.-%,Like the raPtlvCnakenyettht:llie--l-u Chrarit-
Thd oraigation shall t bite may 1-e just as danpreru,;. Ills: Mrs. E. A. Lapp was in the city Fw ) w e r R a
- tieCwi L gueof^Daytoa poison teeth re in hs lower r y hnjaw, dA pf ange Thursday event g."
b sad Dayas Beach. the p- oes frma glan ndcritheir home on the beach north of BP.T-DATE METHODS, aell. f O ond a
themed y eam. tongue. If he bites without turn-I BC a d hEiIMUNK
Objeet-The p ,rpo shall be to pro- tLg ovPr the wzuid L. n<.t serious, but Bulow.Jams Carnell. of Ormond,
mow dtweprtpeulty o fe localities rep- if he turns over 'zere is great dJangertMys.r.n- All Prints Made onell bai i
iris em ea iip; to increase Tr. -,f tteVi:l- .y f n .J.B.C a eandd ughter,Mrs.. -', Ai Prints M ade on J g a a er hs appear e b
9W s toLoese locaJitie s as t: me s,,ne time : ,, ,.fan ex- na Trowell, were in the city this Velox. t lip removal cf his mouqtachea
esof resir ene and as r-sorts for Lirs" had with the bite of a morning from Port Orange. I ; e-.,ssitating an introduction to old-
sapeshomaiagpmprtyownr orU-t t- e^^ctawhipb wa cMrre H. A Carter, of Holly Hill. TO OBTAIN T IU-S r i.-^nls. j CONRAI) REAL F1
qMa vidttors and tmristo; to secure(lhe, re,,o'.,, ar. s cau;:ht aud pit IIIa Mrs H. A Carter, uf Holly Hill, LET US SHOW\VoBTF T IIE A s' timefriend%.
tpe. ;ef -h w covered impending a day or tuo with her' s d p I P
-pM-tMo- -of ithe lulic health; woe r ith pap-r. The bu-ket was then i spending a day or t;o with her RESULTS L lO.1 M Ti :\lgernon Warren. of WhitePlain'.
hepme the edmatioial facilities; to In t!he wnzo-r In which the dtor sn, s. W. Carter, and wife on KODAK. N Y. i, assisting in the L. H Rowe INS RE
nd the esoLbILhmeut of public drl.Tng As the ro.,d was somewhat osia avenue. 'o. jwelrv store durin the pre-
pa ks and the eztemom and mainten- rough. thi bucket was b',unced up nd ApSF, shipping and repairing EASTMAN FILMo u t 1S.
au I ode t~ tedyitDr '.Packing, shipping and repairing, len iisv seas~n. Mr. Warrn ugarT eto
et of public FodS. to proevet a Snr wrut his hand beLnird bistand f D urniture a specialty. N. Erickson, EVERYTHING FOR THE KO- verv pleasant gentleman, is making Whiler oi
ofe e publicrka an d to protect and down,' aid In irder i" steady It Dr. Il
took hild of the bucket. thrusting (- ottage avenue. m-w- tf DAKER ALWAYS IN STOCK. f i-n,!s in Davtna. While your house s
iA ty o al pblic property; to encour- fingers through the newsi.a;ier cover
B tBiw plamtin OB private pr.p" on its top so that he could hold it se Dr and Mrs. J.' N. Miller, friends r ine Mr- A. A odgettandchildren
ty mdcomoa vacant lots; to foster cure. Suddenly he felt the ni,.uster'.-,.f Mr. and Mrs. S. H. H Ilock, of Ji \ a what toen and then get .ve b
te public libwary; to prevent needless grip on his fingers. Stnrtfi d and n orth Palmetto avenue, stopped o erT UI UII I 0,4I), l, v Mri. andron Mh Is Pr L w
asteofWatrfrou.Swwells: tofavor what alarmed. he carefuly ried t rom eterda until t an rs. lartson. who are
w- a~f~m~~d t~fv~r haa~nmedhecr~f. yr -!t in this ciy frm ve rday until to-r
the msali of foot peatha for reachiug jaws of the reptile open and released !, le etikuaftrip down the cat ll e C AD BLOCK. D.
seesic ma forest beauvie; to erec-t an himself. The wounds were such aq e I en ro i r ahl v return the forepart of next ,__
matintain gide hoard and :be namr, ,f anyv ordinary ire would have made. where they have passed the winter, U I 9 $ k. Mrs. Blodgett s sisters, &!es- -...
stre.e; to ecu r. eJ.ln-. in ar ,. and he suffered no more inc ,nvenion'"e to their New Jersey home. dam. [s r and Mttew, with S
than mightotphave beennlexpe- indl, ydam,-- ',ri Randd Matthewswt
lple bohAoubTc n oMnIILE hP.n CHARchp-Foero...e.hnmgthv.eeesc.:.s.. .whoi lhe will visit on the wy h-im
place's both pukte pr ve: 'opre- There are many st,,ries current in AE C RTER-Four Bo 1u
%esit It.*sawof ipv dutee o oo a odahst.1:frnmI alm B-ach, will likelycm
vebtt eorimpsi, adult satedor Arizona and Sonora a to deaths that cylinder Stevens-Durvea, hour or, fn,, Pta B;a ci with er.,m
unbholsome food; ti, encou-aeope have occurred from GIla G rnnstir' cal Morgan House. phone 1 n t, Davtna with her. N AT4WACT
.ar reerrV and .11 desirable amuse bites, but it L9 hard to get at the facts. tp, n g. i Rogh and DreSS
ien~t; to prevent the erection of un- Careful experiments made with ant- Saratoga Inn Garage. cars.reRn
gt bill ds; to cause the railway mals show that when the reptile bites M home on m Halifax aven- by day orweek. Six-ier. eve-ra Luilin lot at Silver Lath, Shigles, oring .Ceiling.
ati and ground-.I be made attract and turns over. so hat the pl.son ue, Silver Beach, at a rare bar- puss&nger Welch and fur-ra -n.tr B', h,l neir Automobile Club Hou.B,
S anu d trouod' vr be made ata flows down the to-with grooves into the gain if sold this month. Bing- Elmore for charter, h,, r r trii,. f ir sale i attractive prices. Apply PhA 8,
tve; and to twtain ,,vry pulili ent,-r- wound, the bitten creatures die In a ham & Thompson. Rates reasonable, iff t, T.TE-Fitzgerald.f
Rates^ ^ reason**Lm Thm>s- "-able. if T. E. Fitzgerald. uf ........**.i.... sp... .....
prime which has fur i~s purpToe the, ;-- short time.-Su6ubrh.an life.
prnvement itf local cT)r~ditioris, and V.
aid the local author tilt-ina all i.ood wor is ~~~iW~
(4-fr.. ne"d In benefit the (-,,miunity. o --
I-r. Mtwl rveo:-nmendatians a tIo
tbe 4neittCmit SPECIALTIES OF THE CONRAD GROCERY C0
ter-, etcr, ,ere practi.il and commended ________________________________
thetnutlve to those present.
Mi-w TboM pwap electedd Secretarv-
Teauer.andth appointd OUR DAILY MARKET p dt oATION&d apointe
B.eam, HHMO an A IVO U R S AI MK U TlE NATIONAL BISCUII
a ro mitt"e of three, naming Editor (;. I
B. Seaman, Hon. Getirye H Munroe and Armour Stz,r fla-r.....I........It) I C'e.
Mrs. Graham Thompson, wbose duty it Pinic ................ 12c
is to nominate office to be voted .upon Naked Ham .................. ......... 14c.
at the next meeting of the League. Strip Bacron ..........., A25, and 2-t. A
Practical addrewef were made by Dr. Armour's im- n I- rd, in pails CA KS A
Mitchell, J. N. Gamble, George H S ta r H m s and B acon 3 lbs c., .- ) i A5., 10 lbs 1.
Muimrue. Mr. Gamble dwelt upon the Armour Si.--d S:ar fi r irn cs... r..
importagmce of making a park of the I Granulated Sugar ................ 100 I!) 5.75
h2oMdaad w i d It is estimated that D Elgin ButtIr. DJtor~ ;rBu.t ..... ........ 40c.
tISMwilltranaform it from unrithtli- ;^,^, D,,- I 1 : D-.:l| June Storage B :t,-r : ,ri ,.r .... .... 33c. ,> = l --
irme to Saw
ricks is msfe, w 3h i np
y catching at ad&
kROT.NA FLm -ND
:r Co -
J Cyprew 1
kick, Lim ed Co mm I
R., Iway AId aAm I&&
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