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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: March 29, 1909
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00357
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r he w g o by the jufte' 3 and arrt
SlA" d t e iork bel or catpe tor O
tt t mtl mtMe of the Mc py ome h-n a
ledmad o ly-tOr th wiomad es -Donht, Wedny, Plaand the counDealer.


ulsrw uny sun m e" and endn t over


iI w a C aa ala R T aturda ue CommTO BurgoynVE carri ghtly ratI N TON



Sis t. m s ld b l i ow epdec and y ual fund of an otes that wn theirday and generation, but they are
41110" ss.ve vof el am Umlcow

S- wrng, o big enterpri were all r date an


Sar g bidIt s d- a 11a ni ao aa i nt e i but launheind rd speed through the rig- Editor Chris 0. Codrington, of the
-o e L- r e b th while d hne B. and sporting carnof the goohipvals for weethe rt' yes- )eL ad News, thinks the Daytonar ayis
aMB a the B. P. i. ,r.,d te w ing 00 esidniglt, w wednesday. and the count terday as she lix t anchor forms where prog- t Reprct should have an upto- Ale oncrete
iObeo ty e= was qima a w l tn betk coming and to the Daily nnoweular Sunday ran down the Halifax. bridge which would suNewppls nt the un
I II nt will be me in Saturday's issue
Dema It ks ase if the Halifax Riflebmsa ys u Commodole Burgoyne carried a splen- ightly rattle-traps which Daytona has
lk Io r se Oman& They Maista.nt a of the Gasette-News. did party yesterday and besides an un-!I outgrown. These ping bridges served
-fm ~p-he m dy t Bill w p d Bth paying is now epidemic, and you a high pitcfund of anecdotes that re their day and generation, but they re
111006edmtbesurprised to seesoeway-sprung, vaious big enterprises were allu u Tdte da eand6fo f Y
saw m s down-the-list candidate make a whirl-
ot iN e toward a ab t downd fthe .l t cte a wil but launched and speed of tournaments ith te spirit and progress of the day.
Mleqd ueiaped up50 pee er e this summer. Much of inter- Lsporting carnivals for the delecta- Here is what the DeLand editor says:
Apd- ebde tcts'cr.t. E*&. 89Pe Seveal renew and new subDcrip- tion of next seaon's visitors were pro- 'Representslve James E. Alexander
be T a the a .y 0. d's &o f. a eie t wal cmngpin toh summer Da diy w pbse d which will key the general public is publishing in the News a notice of
he w et weafew they counrot to votes. Drop in and or- of theo a high pitch olf Dollar Islandtrt. They ropoed local legislation, ad required
biy d to. bt a n o npat l acsmd i let the weekly follow you to your North-e by law. The proposed legislatio con-
of T a epoe w te teie Wl ase dropp thing s summer. Much of inta-tter- ew l b e given out in due process r's of e.templates the building oa free bad tolln-
Md1 aBm B esolkh Ts b will bet o ebadge anat er Louie Adler poem inted out the objects re bridge across the Halifunknownax, at



| I-hi for the fut in the order of taadtoi1l. g he told and this reminded samelpdy tt U united Statemr. .There i no reai
t M-kr. s -a A d Um a eat will transopir this summer, and worth sef eingr, and explained the origin Daytona. If the people of Daytona.
- r L weM a few p b to ad signe want p in touch with For- of thee was the customllary midday build three, Daytona ach and djaoll over it





*-c yMr be will be ouse. V lunch which is always eaten with a relishtil til te cost is repaid, or authorize the
il dam we a ve vot make Ida's prettiest city you can do so by on the bst ad f towns get together on this proposition
Sn toauto- but no amo t a therets too long a story for the Daily New there is no reason why it should not be e
I ot t a coupons wet into the waing theyhe coluldumn. This recital of Adler's of, accomlihed. ears ago we hill ad toll
t [ g anch Thee will be observed but e change sto g box. -course reminded "Darty" Maxwell of onerods; now they are almost Touringknown in
- logl(sfo the firt in the order of KingstonBr he told and this reminded somebator" t Sehe United tat Oliver's e is no reason
n il pUlUlv we should not have free bridges as
IS C. Mrtle, wMor-ld Sooldispl wasesueabme Bigh Sc o else of another, andso the stories ran. well .s free roads. The State might
nlsh.m ,usea m e ed r P ue. upkose to Wilmanes Op am NEW iLEADEil There was the customnary midday build the bridge and charge toll over i
w r wa e be house. 'lunch which is always eaten with a relish until the coSt is repaid, or authorize the
1 h t e. were see interest oting searkeds washed down with the best and fol- to tona issue bnch helds for ts annpurpoe.
m er- a nsatlo al FdParmnnag" ut as thetwothree can- Peters, G W. lowed with Havanwas and more ne-s fl-
he t W i p a the mus through winding they could nd Schntz, S. H. (love, uis Atlr, 'oe600 will buy a
W 001101000' a be P,- ft ft itIn Sunday's party were:TDavdl 1Iruciv Rambler Five-seat Touring Car.

S oe i Pay yor bills now and get in on. woud up on the forage grounds, where roh an Cmodore urgyn..See it at Olivearroun, 1 year.
f a I quint About Ree-mobe r th at a of ewa- the strenuonity ol the wee just Jon unilorgan Joseph PorroA. Bratteonch2 year
t that ere- d vitedyour Dayto this w eek tt goingpassed didn't eizing th ipngs in lousu al interest biay this Theillard ll Newton, "oc" E. x-' nual Election D ay. 2 yar.
Ne omtved n .n uto, carriages, hoeek hcertaind. El events. This atntusiastic well, S. A. Miles, A. rock, M.E. Thompon.,
body held a most interesting session MeF. Porter, E. W. Greene, aytona Bech held its annual ee-
* t prtlth -g t yFriday night and conducted three can- Peters, fGeo Wo. tlTmyer, Aly ltii. Mn Saturday, ll which resulted as fol-
gFudidates through winding Elk paths and Schantz, S. H. (4ove, Louis Adler, (Ico. lows:
i it- Big C wd From the ub. wouad up on the forage grounds, where F. Crouch and Coniniodore liurgliync. Nlaior-A S. Ilarroun, 1 year.
t. Kaiper I inquist. About One-third the population Of DO- the entire bunch regaled themIselves on (Councilnian-E. A. Branch, 2 yearn.
sines t that bere- [And visited Daytona this week, going appetizing things usually sought by this There willbe ie St.. MNlarv is (o ('ouncilman-J. M. Fuquay. 2 years.
be reweved only in i cr in au", carriages, horsek herd. I tea at Mr M 1m Clerk and Assessor-H. E. Thompson,
* d tar ougwh- l and on foot. The*annual The following officers Ncrv elec-ted ft'rISouth liea'i sttreet, Ttlu4-(ay altirvi ear.
d iesn to rlenia rme we the nmot popular event during the ensuing year: 10011. Mar l d Collector -
a _r D ;ih L -fl -ts .. .. u ..i. ..__ *_ i^.. l --I _1.- P i..,-_ ,~ ,, ,, ,.... .. ',Vr. 1 Iyear.


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Buick 2-Cy- shipping automobile in same car;
t.. StHlman to Detroit or near by points.
..i-2t. 98 3: William B. hatch, Seabreeze.


Vote As It Stood Saturday Evening
* ThE BUSH & SAFFORD PIANO CONTEST.


DAYTONA


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a 2,520,955
1,907,130
1,526,144
1.081,905
225,255
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Esteered Leadlirg Kuigh t--C. C. 4-4 *.. i-yi e oiv '. n,-;rl\
Hohannon. lew. Addllress I 1x.. I',,htll'c-e.
Esteemed Ixoyal Kniglt-F. J. Niver.
Esteemed lecturing Kright-\ .,..
Smith. / Arthur in 1- le'tchur Stt-wtit, v.
retry-Geore F r were up fro, Me ibol, rnei to, -'o thli
S-crtr-Gr [. ( i| aitomoA)ile races anl ball gamiie re-
Treasurer-F. N. (iimratl. Turned to) that pla, e S alip tL.
Tiler-N. If. Clarkple Sall.y.
Inner Guard--I. HI. I,,owe.
Trustees-For three vea:rs. I M :% persons to iin all-
Rowe; for two years. F. I>.,S(i, ;"; l.i toinoli'lh party to P oite l)e Leon
one year, Chris Goigh.erty. (tI)-brati'i at St. Atgistiei', VeIl-
IDelegate- to Randd Ixdge- -,I. 1> ) <'C in:o March :1,.t. Imtll Ir(,s.


Mol ris.


Advice to Smokers.
Here are a niutinltr o-f d,,''t- fo]
smokers, sonie of which lio d1i0l't wil
surprise a g<-4,l n any in n D: I on1't
smoke directly after a meal. There i:
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M r. anI Ml lrs. W'. IF. Hlm e1~s ro-
* tiirneld from .Jlaicksnville Saturdav,
wh-here Mer. HIoltimes had been called
by' Il)l4iilcss ini the uiuIdlle of thie
week.


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Promlnent PplbWo 'WI Have
Crowed The Bar For The
Other" Sbore.


TIE FACES YTii ILL IBM


Mr H. M. Deane, aged 71 year., of
Xenia, Ohio, died Saturday afternoon
on South Beach street and the remains
were shipped on Sunday afternoon to
Xenia, for interment, accompanied by
her daughter, Mrs. Julia E. McGervey.

James Calvin Reber, of Daytoa, Ohio,
died at Ormond, Saturday, aged 63
years. The remains were shipped Sun
day to his Dayton home for interaent,
accompanied by his daughter, Miss Maud
Reber.

Judge Benjamin F. Ibach.b, of Aqburn,
N. Y., died Sunday evening, aged 75
years, at his winter home on Bay street.
The Judge and Mrs. Ibach have beea
coming to Daytona for the winter sea-
son for a number of years, but this win-
ter he has been in very poor health, re-
sulting finally in his death. Judge Ibaeh
was widely known as a staunch support-
er of the temperance cause.' His son has
been notified of his dise and will
probably reach Daytonj Wednesday.
Funeral services will be feld at the First
Methodist church Thursday afternoon at
one o'clock, Rev. D. H. Rutter offici-
ating, and the remains will be sent north
for interment.


Rev. E. W. Rush died this morning at
h home West of Port Orange. Tht
funeral services will be held at te M. E
church Tuesday afternoon at o'clock,
Rev. D. Rutter, of this citL officiatingg
by the request of Mr. Rushi|The inter-
ment will be made at the l4rt Orange
cemetery and the Masonic Lodge of this
city will be in charge of the cere'honiei.
All members of Halifax IAodge and
visiting members of the fraternity are
requested to meet at the Masonic Hall,
on Orange avenue, at 1:30 p. m. Tues-
day, where conveyances will be in wait-
ing to take them to Port Orange.
Mr. Rush has numerous friends in this
city and vicinity, having visited here
frequently with his son. J. E. Rush, and
ldso at Holly Hill with his daughter,
Mlrs. M. F. Blitch, and family. He leaves
,% wife and several sons and daughters
and a number of grandchildren to mourn
his demise. All members of the family ,
have been notified and will probably be i
present.


Everyboy Win
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Soeak thiaevm M opaB-hfoe
the city, aid it blkashsa-.
exercise due care vieew o @i
nocturnal prowl. E Ni .
Saturday ight WP.M. i-_- l-"S .
on Orauge av a S S i
gold walth and ab"M hl"is
,emeni ThT w s' wwa
oane, aditof his boofr,3 9.lS5
andforthbinem pikW dbq
its intrinsic wAL
The thief, or t iv, -a -- -
the residence by a rar w 11 a1s1d
Mr. Corad's dorHin s0 thl
rear porch, weat roO -ILh- ohm
threw them back in the room.* u yw
the window up.
Whea Mr Conuad mud I m arb.
ing tht his r wsi M Bl-s w biam-
thought ae f th h d b k h
upon finding his hioth A* hP1ab
pocketbook containing taz lex nM
other papers we left h .
The pocketbook was e pU I*wto e
last penny, for Mr.Card jiM-.
that he had three penals ad Ilir a
four nickles along with sMae b h1
amounting to 310 or mre.
The thief, or thienve, made la-d
after midnight as Mr. Coarad wa upW
nearly 12 o'clock.
A visit was amo made to C. C.La
who occupies of thk m aBmaws
on Ridgewood avenue, be il.-
only $2.00 her*, thanks to J
door.


They evidently started bi to lot
house, but on opening a doer to a mrA-
ant's room an unearthly streak terId
them, and aroused the sleepers, ttat
they fled.
These characters are short ad
trying to make the price of a trip North.
go keep on your guard or you, too, wil
get fleeced.


-As I am compelled to owUld my
new hotel elsewhr, I r my
property located In S mrna,
Fla., at bargain prices. Sw Cme
rad Real Estate Ageacy. .L L
.Potter. 82-t
TRt NKs-20 per cent.l f at The
Globe. 96 tf


Trea.s irer Lawrence "'homp-s4, ,
vt'ir.


They Meant Business.
A Chicago stage manager was tell-
Ing of a musing incldents of blunders
and errnrs caused by stage fright. In
:1 roniii:itie laiiy recently revived one
4of t ie minor chlarai-ters, a dailrymald.


c,ouaes f,,rward at the end of the re-
itall of a lve ronlIIane and comments
aits follows:
"lIole tilled their youth and whetted
tli-lr love; they cplighted their troth!"
Bl tt at ,le f thei l'erfor',tll nc.es the
girl wlho alayedl tdlhe d:adirymaid was
al?-eint wlthut ntlice. At the last mo-
u'mit them inautger gve the Haues to a
sh.,ilh.erder.s. liho had miever hnd lines
tio ..>-'ik tefi,re Hiid who wnas excess
h'!.ly nervol'usl N% hen her cue came. This
I.s whit the astonished audlceue heard:
"lo;, c tilhed their trough anil blight-
tdl tlh.ir 1,'; they w\% letted their


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dkrooh d itas ock bmiu ht to Daytonr a d am d air wrt it

at sy wil hl beStra Hatday, froa 9 m..to4 p. m. With
y p tmd on o *SAO or rw a twat Free m long a thsey ML
Nowi will be a f drive an Clothing, mall mzsmyoung
'. t et u below actual cost. We are determined to
aithbM id tdarr n your chance.
For tbie two days ad the foblimig week UA we have left of our
oriximal olek will be-- ir~gd, priced over sphM and closed out.
i i oar plue to ask the Datotaa store with new snappy good,
hi a lime for the mnmw. Tbe male is to prepare for this. It is
owr chac. of t hed er. Take advmatage of it.


ANTHONY BROTHERS.


EA- IVIOY & COMPANY,


Ladlts' Hatters,


Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,

gWn CLASS* GOODS. LOW PRICES.

e .6 SOUTH BEACH STREET, DAYTONA.



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GLOBE


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DAYTONA, FLA.
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NEW SEASIDE INN
&Ar! Ic AND FURNISHED COTTAGES.


Everything .Modern,
Homelike and Comfortable.


Directly on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.
$2.-0 PER DAY AND I1'


HORACE STEWART
DAYTONA BEACH, I. IDA

SURF CREST
Houv. has tN-,11ii tlliit; ghily r' ll.vltt d: 1%i
t ii k itot. v(pisl rl i -ll- itlll '!it. N ;t :it, ii
fir l It-.lhtlili al,l i-fhinig.
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?3 Pie ncess Jfjsena
F /. re..
A ftilnt totiw 4mlid frn t l. %truclr ,;ar: qL,%#
thing w ai nd t-.llatur rhal ..
ro(omIm; all niodey n11Wt-I'll 14..aIit.i .I Zt' 'i
high and dr3% n:atr i: ~l:H rL-. aound..:
homue taole-: rate'N ;ler da tow :z iid u p.
vial rutes for Ut-m-on. Adldr,*,.


THE WHITE HOMSE COTTAGES,


fliahrt ;11 I~oLM1111I Illip u-,ltiiht ':t P 1 1dIt
UJ-t0-d;tV. l1A A or.d (in MKaoir, i.. LA '\-nui
a abirt dAtb i DI'.4' f1rot1i A t Iant k (It":111. IPat t-*.
l'tiSbB~t~e. K. L. HOW.4h Ii..ro.

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&MIReeeK March 29.-Mr. and
Mlm A. Coye, of Ypmlanti, Mic I., and
ma, aa. oryw1d, and wife, of T >rontto
k-( a aad Miss Smith, of Ypsilanti.
IUL, who have spent the seas n bhere.
ft today for their respective bomle.s
Thk is tLher second winter at See breeze.
Mr. Cb-ye, Sr., first came here in very
felehhmltb and made a wooedrfulty
rqu rooerd. They are friend& of M r.
ndi Vi. Waterson, of Halifax, *venue,
aid it was through their influence that
they were first induced to oormn to *ea-
btesc.
Mr. (Qardiner is having his "iver lot
North of Gles view boulevard cle ned ul,.
Dr. Bigelowand J. Ralph Wile )x made
the boat trip to their Tomoka firms on
Saturday and put in a busy day doing
up the sprig chores.
W. W. Wood, a skiftled cabine maker,
I bere at work for some time rvbuild-
ag some fine desks belonging to Dr.
and Mrs. E L Potter, one of especial
worth having beklonged to Mrs. P',tt(.r'.
father. lHe sill alwo build s nnvi, fitla
sideboard- for the new Clar ( nd( iI
Mis Marv I,,,u Eaves, after % striois
ilies. is .lowly regaining healtli.
Tbeo. iausebembaum and v'ife. who
have bers o icpymag R. T. But her's cot-
taga. am Pinewood aremue, leave this
wek for their boe at Evasv lie, lad.
Ms. J B. ib ameof the pleasant


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T. M. oinmm I. F. Otes'
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys asd Caunselcrs at Law
Special Faciities for ExamiaIng and
Perfeting Lan Title&.
Office in Conrad Building 'Phone 128

5. A. KLOCK, M. D., t 0
PNVSC1AN ANDSIUt4
wAgeis te*dw1 t KM.Me. F= gw 1. M. 0.
a I
f peI attention given to ICIfwnt* of 4
tw.e Ear.Noee at-A Throtit mid *
HQ O 4 1 m. tu.. I to 4p. nm.
and 7toS p. m. Phow 25, 1 IviIh I
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J 1 E. L. STEWART
Physician and
C. H. Keler, who has for several Physian and
seasons past erved as city reporter Sur n.
IesPecial atientlon to riftI,%'sx of I.\. .ir.
of the Helifax Journal, left yesterday ThroTat anld No,'. .
Inmrning for his home at Dixon, ll. Fourth Door West Postolfice
Phone ft ('il! aii- ,'tr.-: .


tThe steamer Constitution will
leave Tuesday morning ona he hat
trip of the season for Palm Beach. 2t

Mr. and Mrs R. S Bullard, of
Springfield, Ill., who have been in
the city for the past six weeks, as
guests of The Morgan, left by the
morning train Thursday on their'
return north. Mrs Bullard is a
sister of Mrs. Wm. Hall, of North


Beach street.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Longnecker.
of Delta, Ohio, who spent January
andi February at Palm Beach and
are now at Ormond, were guests at
'The Riverside Wednesday in com-
pany with Mr. and Mrs. D. K.
Shoop. who are old time friends of
IMr. and Mrs. J. L. Wilson.


IAYTONA BEACH. March 29.-J.
J. Hlaney, a former resident of Sea-
irt-eze, is here from Atlanta, Ga. on a
i,.iit with friends. Mr. Haney says good
prics for cotton has brought prosperity
to the, farmers of th- "cracker State "
Mrs. Thornburg and charming daugh-
ter, Mi.s Thornburg, who have spent
soniie time at Surf Crest, left the first of
the week for Winter Park to visit
friends, enrroute to St. Augustine and
Knoxville. Tenn their home town.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ayers, Mr and Mrs.
\\ Ilulmes, Miss Mullett and Mrs. Agnes
t'h.thlfev had a pleasant boat trip to Mr.
ZitulaInrfiian's grove Saturday in Mr.
\\-ers' good traveler.
By invitation, WV. S. Holmes will ad-
dres; the Epworth League Sunday eveu-
irig on the subject of Missions.
Mrs. Smith-Young and nephew
left Saturday for Atlanta, where they
will 1w joined by Mr. Young, and con-
tinue their journey to Michigan.
Mr. and M. Sweet and friend, Miss
Brewer, who have occupied apartments
iu the Smith block, Seabreeze avenue,
left the latter part of last week for St.
Augustine, and points north to Illinois.
Mr. Sweet as.-isted H. G. Wilson in the
real estate business last winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer, pleasant
ro,,nrlers in the Willson cottage, on Sea-
bre ze avenue, hlft last week for their
. Nurthe'rn home. Mr. Mortimer pur-
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ROY HOWE, M. D.
Physician and Surge-n
Offce and Residence: 1t -so. RKl i -
wood Avenue, opp. Rldg iwooxl loit.l
Ofice Hors: 9 to 11 a. ui. : to 4 a,:is-
stas to8 p. N. Telephone 175


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Whether you want a little or a lot
Telephonr No. 1 We detlevr all.
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
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-- -- irface Take out your field glass and
swep the river from Ormond bridge to
gH t R m t "i.e A ic Penc ZPooe Park eight house, then say
H n hotel 'alm eac ." whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
-W '"-4 -- M ales, iOron d Lddstln d ", ... a b-eauty and a joy forever, and one of
I Nex d to out-Tiropecail piendorc f 1Frulom w U. Pow the modern wonders.
Sa a hoew ours turtbr Ioath by tratn oi hwt that m
et. Tae IsirtoW Pulm BcPh Bmmt mlne aIndsat l H The Bomri M y aPturqIe Btidgewood.
--------- -_ Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
A t bAGOIeA. Fvy-trunked live-oaks extend their
F _. ----" i giant arms across this magnificent vista,
SAll mll den Inmprivements. forming an arch, and from these extend-
&tCa. nl Accommodt-ionf :or 300 Guests ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
hiI ,AY, open Ja, L1t to~Mart, Wre lr iUw. sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
*ttm let. fan them. Looking straight ahead down
"A i "P'B i ev this white shell street one has the in-
prmeion of a fairy path with elfh dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
T Slea In the drawin6 room ana It wasa
Inot loi before the wolept of bu- Ian eye first to the right and then to the
I man an.son room fr a u app el O tho cold rem in the most delightful settings.


nanuts of the dinoar. Aum thil orgy
of Rluttay Walpoi ad Voltai were
ditiugulbhed for ;in abstileaoc thai
prolonged their lU a.
Heavy drinking 'Was universal and
rarely reprlimandei by medical men,
as by Dr. Tronchhl. One Dr. Cheyne
advised women not to take a whole
bottle a dv'. Another authority wrote
a lpular treatise in which the best
nm ans of atttalnlag longevity was
stated to Ie a ltottl of wine at dinner
and three lassoes alter. Those who fol-
lowed such iadhice were in danger of
being duhld temL eran story Is t<,lti of the celebratedd and con-
vivial lor. <;arih. who was tipping
Ituinle'rs at the Kit Kat club when re-
niluded that his pttlents needed at-
tentilon. 'Ti no noatter." said Garth.
alrn-ady ha;ilf seas o"er, "If I wee them
Ior not. Nine have such bad constltu-
i tiin's iliat ilIl the d<-(4tors In the world
caii't "%eve thi., i and the other six
c i- suculi gP',d thin all the d.ctora In
ij vli ',lhl d ni't kill them."
SA plty~.ihinun nai d Brown b.-ame'
Itlel I'ct ,f fiashionialle -women by al-
ways pr1.I -rilbiint 'leasint remedies
'"a glass of wine in the forenoon from
Illin.t l titie'.' "sevt ral glasses oftiort
or ,Iun li after dilii er till some enllv-
enliCi tiffwt 6I is iK-r Tc:ttlihcr \vith inor uinate quantities of
liquoi ;:.'d food. Ir. Brown recom-
uiic:ided te, iis iinalc patients the com-
payiv of I "'dlig'Atful young women."
oi n,,f of tile natuia consequences of
sucli an n aireeatble regimen was the
gout. Ifr whlih tijghteenth century
high livers, took seis of liquid inedl-
(-ines. mountains tol pills and bins of

A1'y dise ise le3> tdl diagnolis was
liut downi as *a fever." Whether ty
llius or typlhoid. i-arlet or gastric non
(oiitagiotiU o(r r ioheln1.y infectious., ny
thing whi 'h ausel a rise in tempera
lure was suiffl term fevr. Snallpox. scurvy, sl-otted
tinltl j:ll ftc' (if tile atg. ili silfottion and first aid
it. i,aturllr s wore never dreamed of.


n w Phy*ia ns of the
B- Century.


ii M THE PATIENTS.

SAl-wa-t ftrsda Diegnoesi Was
A N 0 r mdid P ls, els-
a"S -sedt Wrn the

'j ure medy is worse
go" baere-been coin-
-b t eah centuryy, tuen
I I ther patients with
t beosrede on as"iaut
It L h beld that si,-kue ,s
-M fd o a demon that munt
bl aapfil, Glasters. bleeding
^ll MC Ia the patient iuti-
VCa t& a tudlle't of t he tor-
Si"lON as much the wtrse f,,r
M& UOK Welli e considered
-l-m things f,,r a s.i I
ilRE mad this isguidtbed .
9 O N was interpreted ad a
behief "have still less.
lwo abut and the (ur-
Sll&rW p p tightly drawn
-i F *Cuelmet unfortunate
briat. If be burned ul with
"eW Wo wanietkd on hiumi.
w watr meantithat he could
whle a laI&( of aplletile
i tb he ought to he stuffed
A bltL was Pisitively un-

41by resalts of breathltn
woneeaceentuated I, ted--
sys U. G. Tallentyre in1
Maiazne. All air was
a mn ht quality often lorov-
S4'eag ladles of beauty.
gamt e rit" and to "-young
f tlP and breeding." One
rmrmamaded that a bed-
O he veantilated-in the
asther ared to sugg'let
might benefit froW
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1 SItWt *pM1 M i n immd
La; m o wb evr pedaled a i-
q&boI if expnsme; s o. wh o ver
* m a i&INI par (f bhoremmad irt-
SW to the apopp of t heir steel a
b Jit aldtum-lke fae; no oe
wh wee Imid a hkh-power antomo
bib doa th broad sketch of wave-
- Ada d mrf-packed raid but real-
1d tat it Ik a wortd4beMer, a word-.
Wder. Go stad up=m tb wide
qmdmway ad w .the happy ou flit
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war afre ifn th e a abseind rwr
It b a oustuaro ibe, i 4h eaAmti
Ubthl aseMaL You will probably adch
the roit ad wI you do tho roras
od te bea h are your. The Forid
maUhi.M It frae the baly ocean
breew ae free, the birds and squirrels
aad flows ane fre, the splftio z
fmntaia vate isb free and you wfll have
to go down hI your wallet only for cola
for the auto and bed and board.
This no fanciful picture; it's all
hee. It ke drawing other thousands
and hMidna them enthralled, it will
charm and hold ou. Come aad see.





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erecting a neat cottage for Mrs.


SMurpsalI Beauty ot Our Cottage lome. ,Jennie Vaa Dorn on the Myrtle
No one of Daytona's attractions, per- avenue frontage cf her property at
hape commands more nearly universal 11the corner of that stref-t and Pal-
attention and praise than does the artis- I'etto avenue.
tic cottage. The owners of these charm- O*FouUd on Peninsula bridge, a
ing villas hail from every corner of the man's licycle, in goodtorder. Owner
country and they bring their own archi- nust prove property and pay charg(s
tectural plans and build upon them,and PeningILa I'oll-gate d-2t
as the architecture of one section of the
:country differs froni the architecture of l)avid Hall, a brotlier of VWin
another so do our homes differ in out-, Hall of North Beach street, who hia-
ward appearan-ce and structural beauty j been a guest of The Morgan durlinu
from one another. There are no monoto-th lie winter, left Saturday niornihl-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings I for St Augustine, where lie \Vi l
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated I top for a time before journeiI\L,
;to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps, north to his home at Springficld.
the mind wondering "What next?"'.' I1


Street and Pavements the Most and test. t *Rememl(r. f vou pay y 1in leil
Why the Architect of the Universe thi6 month you get votes in tl,
chose to give to Daytona the most ad-; Piano i'ontest-a \' ,tte for c't(lc (c(I It
, mirable, the most picturesque natural Bj ingham A& Maley Co. *I'.9 "
setting of all the cities of thte South is
not revealed but that such is a fact Mr. and Mrs. Al.\1 ll'lett :i,,;
i must be apparent to the most superficial son, of Fairbault. Minn., who lhatv
observer. With such lavish wealth ofl been spending the winter ini Dlay-
natural beauty it b.-came an easy thing tona, departed ruesdacly afte noon
for the hand of man to give the little for Washington, to visit tioe I
finishing touches which have brought daughter and als]i their niece.
out the colors and outlines of the big a daughter of Mr. d and W. I..
picture. Blodgett, of 'ouili lidgewo'l ayvc-
, .- .1... une, who are attending colleh11) in
Man did all this in the leaving out o(f ue, re atte "
the streets with their wide mliargins cf ti h Cdaital( 'd .-
parkage, the entire city t betoine a L, -i BlackhIntunn 1: )!; .
great park containing instruInientsI eti... Ic-
And as for pavcr.elts, p avements tween Ilankins' drug store and:l liit
that look and act like graliite,-where bll park. Return to r. C. C. l ,
else between the eaitern and western hannon and receive reward. 99 ;f
seas are so many miles in proportion to i
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of i
place reports more aind better, Iaytona IW
throws down the gauntlet to the world. THE L IlNTO\ HOTE
Squirrels, Flowers. Kirdls and Fruits. I Cor. ''.'bash Ave. & Jackson btoul. 4
Whatever one's Jiturtconiitgs h ndi CHICAGO
however indifferent or eve callous one i i,


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h P q Now Open foe

C. IL. BIbb, J. C. After warrior L. M. WAITE, 0
Ala W.S.Tho tg.,; d.FI; .
RlI lmhax mdwir Gmwd, l X if "Greatly aniolr-mm h m
J E. Rafft lnaraw Ap* jcw k-i Broad Pi.. aon all S9
oamviU; Mr. a=- iaW.&.BWr. Mr. Every Modem Convi.
and Mr. J. Pratt, MiN w mot f 8w
Master Harold Shw, Mwster Ce um r &Adree: ATLA m HOr
Shaw, Master Norman Shaw, Boyne
City, Idaho.

i 'rnltinS on the
Schmidt's tHteL Halifa River.
Recent arrivals at SchWidt's Hotel
are:S. P. Hedget, Thomua F. Price,
Greenport, N. Y.; W. W. Wat&, Geo. 1 I i
Hayne, Duke H. Gordon, W. C. Leoee- o N A I I
ard, Capt. Van Roy, Edna Morris, ABAU Formerly 8i
Davis, Hiarry Davi, M. M. Bond and .
son, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bond, Mils HENRY SC MMDT
Mamie Mowrie, DeLand; Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Slack, Cincinnati; J. Kaserman,A DAYTONA
H. J. Roberts, Lake Helen; C. P. Souell, i"
Clyde Steamship Co. |i Fl Honme Table
: monable Rates
S4 NNNN I NNNN NN, ,Im Wld, u


The Despland.
New guests at The Despland are:
James B. Lowrey, New Orleans, La.; G.
F. F. Landers, U. S. Army; F. J. Miller,
Birmingham; L. R. Bolton, Boston; H
M. Wing, St. Augustine; Chas. D. Waite
and wife, Warwick, R. I.; S. M. Johnson
and wife, Maurice Johnson, Earl John-
son, Charlotte Price, Altamonte Springs;
C. S. Chambers, Jacksonville; T. E.!
Corker, Buffalo; S. W. Willard and;
wife, Mrs. R M. Forest, Chicago.


The Ridgewood. ,
Late arrivals at The Ridgewood are:'i
V. Barracca, Brooklyn; Miss F. 1. Ver-
non, Mrs. G. L Arkenburgh, Harry N. *
Alley, Wm. Halgren, Jos. Newman, New
York; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Headway,
Bristol. Conn.; W. L. Mittenburger,
Cleveland, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Beverly !
Peacock, Miami; Herry W. Pl.ilips, 4
i)ayton, Ohio; J. F. Maazu, West
Attleboro, Mass ; Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Dayton, ( V. Daytor, Towandi. Pa.;
R. L Griggs, V;ginia, Minn.; F. B.
Spion, Marc!,;ette, Mich.; S. Turdun,
Phila; E. C. Halle, Chicago; Mrs. E. J. q
Saunders, Alice B. Valentine, Pittsburg, i


Origin of the Argand Lamp and the
Telescope.
Somue of our lost useful iIec'halnical
appliances owe their existence to the


Ingenuity of children In fashioning
their playthings. Argand, who in-
vel(tted a lamp with a wick fitted Into
a hollow cylinder, was one day busy
in his workroom. Sitting before the
burning lamp, his little brother was
antusing himself by placing a bottom-
less oil flask over different articles.
Suddenly he placed It upon the flame
of the lamp, which Instantly shot up
the long circular neck of the flask
with Increased brilliancy. Argand did
not allow such a suggestive occur-
rence to escape him. The Idea of the
lamp chimney almost immediately
came lInto his head, and in a short
tiic hlils iislvlntion was perfected.
The telescope owes its oriliun to a
sInil;ar occurrence. The children of
a Ilut'h slptcthcle maker happened to
t. phlla) lng one day with some of their
f:lither's glasses in front of the shop
door. Lacing two of the glasses to-
gether. they peelpetl through them and
were ex'eedlhgly astonished to see
the weathercock of the ueightboring
steeple brought within a short distance
(of their e.es. They were naturally
lIuzzlcd .iad called their father to see
the strange sigbt. When the spec-
taie 'h ;inakr looked through the glasses
he :.'-is I,. lss. surprised thin the
*hi:;drtein hadl Ien. Hlie went Indoors
'nd tllk'htgt the matter over, and then
hc hhiea crcurredl to, him that be ulight
i',istlduct la curli, o new toy which
would give people a good deal of
a in1uselen t. Not long after the tele-
S('cope was an accomplished fact.


THE HOTEL PERKINS
4jpened Junte 1. 197 1
FIFT and WA.S1tINGTON STS.
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
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REFURINISHIED AND RENOVATED
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COOLEST:SPOT IN DAYTONA, LOCATED RUT N IVYR fIIl
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OPEN DURING APRIL.

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THE STILLMAN
SDAYTONA, FLORIDA, D. R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
SFacing The Halifax. talf Block from Storesald Pe .fftec.
Modern Improenement White Help. Northern Cef....
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*The ':able, Rooms and all Appointments are of the I "
Very Highest Girade,
S'lea.-inig arwid satisfyving the niost particular people. I




THE PALMETTO
Wi\V:L.1. KNOWN AND POPL'LAR. DAYTONA, FL.ORI)A.\.
Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River. i
A lolm like and ('iuf,rtalle Illnsel. First clas In All I, p t. s I
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The P&K". hLG WN "dwax "V.
v Wbe thiak you is water with more
^^*^, c,,t per soue mirroandinCg? Nearly a
mns Mwide, fried Wwith tropical Tegeta.
tic., artstic cottages with roomy ve-
nd a pwr raTds's looking out upon her bosom,
-40"a WSW amey food fishes In countless number,
imtkI n t. PhM- M beckoting, as it were, to those with rod
1w1sha ^ m%. o.M&M ^. \,m d red; her bosom flecked with duck
tmama ad coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
Which sit about as if for the sport of
Fl rVJ gt bobbing upon her waves; watch that
tl M Ph"lUr, lubberly old white beaded p licmn poe.h
WL a t, a fat mullet, and that fish hawk Fttg-
Tlt i gling upward with his floundering load
De i La d he matched from the water.
t--- Cr- 8ee the beautiful launches, spick and
--.mg' ~e w d iPO their hampers and lockers bulging
-m,-0- 1tT.d l with refreshments both solid an t liquid
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WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL ABOUT
THE MIDDLE OF APRIL, PROVIDING
THERE AHL E'NOUGt GUESTS WISH-
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i--ui -ri h--eI CiM Lift
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as ~ mig ofSm Gany CaIsd a
M-mad hn dOnid *am His flck.
'*'<1-yl l -a. a large pecentage
W tany s str g meo f history
6700.60 "Mof y blosd. Onw. ofbe
aftw of teme royal athletes was
-"' alBe -Maximi ann Her-
OW -be-m bi sa great a ength.
..Jf s.aM am oaf a pessant s.ad Bad
l ph-- k ue. He I came a
bMlera and was 1nallyv! made
---r I sr esdalm of ha feM 41-m drg a stormy period of Ro-
lmz m' etremgth was lprodi-
-. It was Mid that Om foot he
an rno &lm a fox that 1e could
Mtl o -Mm wt& o~oe Band nd that
to g -g t whBeel of a chariot
I~ -- rWrher bo e resist the pull
0-a brbsm, Lbs most me of
t byrate t ogth, Matimlanus
-a hbavy easer. History records
f Mhis dafly allOwace wts forty
-emo- of matd aad eiglteen battles of
Agwft theS It Cg of SaxBay was
a ather f tbsm aMyal Samoan. Ho
e-ld oAftec m two of his cc rtlers.
grapl eMs watt his right hind and *
asetr wIbtt s ltt, k oding :hem up
at arm's kI~tf and playfully twirling
O em oecaemn a the bore ri den by
e ie hsk attmdaats kecawte balk3"
mid Me to budge. After anne iun-
SOf eG ceata& the King digtIounted.
pisaed Id Herculean sbouldtr under
theo brne' cbst, grasplag it by the
r I, and calmly walkr d away
wi both horn and rider. fhbi re
mtasle performance was witnessed
by a number of courtiers anc attend
S KIag fReard of Euglaid (" 'teur d1,
UIn" bad tremendous btretng I. Iur
hIe ti saptivfty In Germany hbe gavt
terrible demoultratiorn (,f his p ih biai
pwers The sou of one of t Le Xard
a youth loc-ally reuo ,tied fuo
Msa mrular strength aud ii his as
sMrace iuvlted the rou.al 'ia l,t e t'> aI,
esfaage of buffets. Tie yo 3 g utati
by a east of the dice vo;i thlt. i .iaL ht
the *rt strike and B'ruLck l i.i Ling a
staggering blow on the *il< (*f tile
head It was then the king's urn*iand
hI laded a blow Just behil his op
ps- t'a ear so heavy that the man
wlas tautly killed.
This lar dent Is used in Sir Walter
Scott's famous historikal novel "Ivan-
bhe." where King Rkhard. tie -Black
Knight" and the Jolly outl:,w Friar
Tack have an exchange (,l buffets.
witblt, however, any fatal result.
Doi Pedro I., emperor of Brazil. Is
aimo oa the list of royal strong men
On the occasion of a carnival he ar-
ramged matters so that he was stand
-: ik f em the bow of the r)yal large be
tweem two of his stateliest courtiers,
Suddenly h the midst of the 'estivltles
the king reached out. graspedi a court-
Ier with each hand, and. afttr holding


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"ArI~i Blues, Pinks,

SMatch-the New Oxfords we have
..Just Received


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MAWt TELEPHONE No. 2
llb w w t the ButEh-S lford Piano Con tst.


RMS


aTht VMald


~UI FEATS OF NU SCLE


Simon Pure Lard in Pails


rillai. tmn learnilg or neir errmnn
the blacksmith without a word laid
*Ise his tools and. graspl-g the anvil
withb his brawny hands. lifted It with
great effort about a foot from the floor.
Then Pi er took hold of the anvil.
raised It a foot. two feet. three. higher
and higher, till he finally swung It to
his shoulder and calmly walked away
with it.
Cbhrlemagce was said to be the mosr
powerful man physically of his time.
One of his favorite feats of strength
was to break the heavlest horseshoe by
gripping It with one hand.
A worthy suctwesor (of Peter the
Great was the late 'r.ar Alexander III.. i
whl was one of the strongest men In
the world. He was often called "the
Russian Samnon." The catr's regular i
rlviting card was a Russian coin some-
what larger than our silver quarter,
which he would lil ud almost double
with Lhis po4irtful fingers.
Alexander was also fond of breaking
horslsh4we. and It Is said he never
found one he could not l ,rcak in two.
lie could take two fresh a;iiks of card&'
aind by grlIlilIng the ends ,'iith hi.
renads tear therm straight d.-\vn throuSh
the middle.
It Is said that on u, ne tw-casiiin a Wv
mfn coi t-lmaniot expressed a wish for ai
boulquet holder in whic-h to plase a
large Iunch of r,:;.. Tile zLir took a
pewter tankrd from a talle neairby
and with a few mnoveetnts of his Iow-
erful hands rfn.hliied it into a: rnug'
tout pelture-,l quet bolder. W. I. it. Laat,=n in N"i
York Tribune.


He Walked.
-Gotod afternoon.. Mlss Br',,n: (;O
ing for a walk? .May I go, %xith \u:'
asked an elderly lout ardent adiiiir-er ,of
the lady.
"Yes; my doctor says thA;t \\e 1.ilw-'
always walk with an object. at:d I bup,
pose you'll answer the IurlM'se'"
The Exporter.
"W'ho Is your Chicago frieildt:"
"He Is a prominent ex -li,rvr.-
"What does he export?"
"I didn't say he exported :tinythihuz
He used to be a porter at tIhe h,.lt
where I toppedd" C'lcv'cl:'id I'lln
Dealer.
A Way They Have.
'"Some Inen," said 'iUn-li. -tI'i., "h.i-
a way of keellu' der consclein-es tui,'l
by takin' de minister's andi.he ,,i Si:i
day an' d liaw yer's advi, e ll (1 dI r,.
o' de week." Washiligti n St..r.


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Week of A UL;gy

M VAU Ie LE.

Maonsfl~n~ela&Hre


Will be M Te-migfht ad TO-

In a Comedy Sketch produeiang e
of the funniest ply of the samoo.
Don't fail to ee them.


AUTO RACES


Picture of the Whining Car will be
shown each night at the Crystal
Theatre.
Motion Pictures Cange Every
Day.
Matinee Saturday at 3 p. m.
Admission 10 cents, Nights 1Sc.
ItOOK OwPZ. A.T T 0 P. M.
Price. will remain the same.


BOWLING


ALLEY.


The most popular
Indoor gaenit for


[ADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


Af.terntoon and t-uvlng.


NO. 14.


I LOAL


BACH STRICT.


Messrs. Jessup, George and E. H.
llotchki-s, with Gus Groejean as
!river, left this morning in their
touring car for a trip into the inte-,
rior. They expect to get dinner at I
O}rlando, drive to Kissimmee and,
',ack to Orlando for the night, re-
turining here tomorrow.
'riesh Michelin tires; all firsts,;
no se( onds. For sale at the Atlantic
\Ittor Car ('o. and Central Garage.
tf
Mrs M. lluston and sister, Miss'
\l,'tle Wilder, entertained the La-;
lihh,' I;e;ding Circle Friday even-
ng s a farewell to Mrs. C. A Stark,'
ShIto left with Mr. Stark Mon-
v mI '-orning for their Cincinnati
'wr,. The husbands of the mem-
I(, :-, \wire included in the invitation
.;,H a very pleasant social time was
1,I 11 '; IV( -


I ..- V\'aluable
, u;\\ar t of ^.'.,E will
>,\ returning to Dr.
Ni rtb Iilge\w

diamond stud.
be given finder
Schneider, 34'12
tf


SEABIE~EZE~.


I(rown
mm WVEI A ES Hmllfax )
"ront1" Grape Fruit and
Quay-u Tangerines.......
-o-lma a-brthbt-no wcal- or rust.
BOX TABE
Prices tirso hmn0l0.
ik H. MUNROE
R0OW R AND SHIPPER
so6 S. RIDWOOO AVE.--Dmyt-. Fla.


S,


KODAK--

I- FINISHING


IT UP-TO-DATE METHOD
All Prints Made on
SVelox.


LET US 1SHOW Y"' t10\V
TO OBTAIN TlllE BES'
RESULTS FItOM Yot'F
KODAK.


EASTMAN


FILMS.


EVERYTHING FOR THE: KO
DAKER ALWAYS IN STOCK'


Gardiner's Arl


Store.


Fm. aea) eSSO.04S404


"WANTEI' --To hniv for c':ihi. s, .
iNsirable building lots at Silver ond band furniture and .- ki, ,
:cathl., near A automobile Club House, utensils, farm wagon and litinc--
,,r ;,ile at attractive prices. Apply. Address call box 1S 'hli.-r I -;,n e .ill
*;, 1'. E. Fitzgerald. tf 'and see sanme.


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Motion Picture R
Company.


New


Pictures Dai) .


mWITl T sN SItELD,

RANII TIEE I TB U LSi


VOES o THE IEAIT,

IT IS MY DAU6TEL


Miss Lottle kffm. Pboist&
mIatinev'-., iw,-dmi.-sdvRYS, and turday%,
ot 3:400 It. fit.


ADMISSION 10 CENTS.


Floors open tat 7NOp. m.


Billiards and PooL

CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Largest Stock, Or-test NubWs ISmndS.
Cigars to please anyoew


P. LADAS,


syvr M Nm'
STIR"..


Fruits, Candies, etc.


Eulgelne Gaestel. the N. S. U. mo-
Stor.vcle man did not leave with the
* {rest of the inotortycle and bicycle
Party bat will remain here for
aU,,t a week longer ih order to try
S ,out ard get his machine into smooth
running order for races he expects
soon to enter Ilis motorcycle is a
new (one, right. from the factory in
;eriionv arid too new to do much
in the races here but he likes the
heath as a practice ground so will
stay longer.
I'Packiii?, slipping and repairing
furinit ure a specialty. N. Erickson, r
S (',t:inge iveinute. in-w-8 tf
M Mrs I. 0. Rawson gave a dinner
\\'Wetlnesday evening at her home on
i S,u Ill Beach street, in honor of her
flri-i'ls C1ol Seboonmaker, C. Cook,
ai- lI Delmar ('all. who arrived in!
jti.te .ity Wednesday and left byl
the t crly train Friday for the
N,,rtI. llhese gentlemen, who are,
trav\,igti in ('(,Il Schoonmaker's pri-
I vaite tr. iL\t' been down among the i
F, 'i'l~ I K'-.s f,,r the past ten d(lavai
or tw', \v,,w ks. ;tit] are now on titeir
1!ret.nrim. ''i> S4litxlnmaker is vice-L
I :'es',i.nt f,I the l'ittsburg A- Lake
l'Iri'Me Pv.

'Ti \K- -1 IL,'r cent. off at The
n;,,i,,. 95 tf


Modern home on Halifax aven-
ue, Silver Beach, at a rare bar-
gain if sold this month. Bing-
hani & Thompson.


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CONRAD


OUR DAILY MARKET QUOTATIONS:
Armour Star lHam.. .... ........ tb i c.
Picnic ... .... 2 c
Nake.l Ham........... ................ I 1he.
Strip Bacon .............1 I. ari' '-.
Armour's Siumon Pure i.ard, in puils.
3 lbs 55c., .5 Ib.- s.',,., 10 Ib.- i 1.6i0
Armour Sliced Star IH iit ts,... :10()-.
(;rarulated Sugar............. 1(X l b t 5.75
Elgin Butter, best ir.::t ... ......... Oe.
June Storage Butt,.: :. !,i:;,t-........ 33c.
Pride Oleo in r, ................. Oc.
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gsoiti.m e23 w ai l rmiehe4 uae &nd I
bei"., migroded by 3 acres d fA bo
muo istber with anl aemmarJy oSS
beiog the Halibi, is for M en rm hon is


MACON'


RZAL STAE
ORMOND sand OROt


Winter Homes.


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NORMAN S. DAYTON.

Real Estate.


CumIBA EAL ESTATE


INSUl'RE A(;AlN '

Burglary, Theft or Disho-est S vii
While your house is vacant or o 0"*.
F. N. CONRAD, agent for the MARYI.\NII 'A.SUALTT 1' A
A bouse protected by one of these nlici-s. is tr., as lb. CmlT h Is
for what M stolen and then get even by catching lke tIeif.
Premiums Low. Relble ClMlbu
C41RAO NLOAK. UAYIOA. FUIJA.
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Bond Lumber Company
MlANUAIrcuRiEs If


Rough and Dressed Cypress Lumber,
Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, P-ik, Ik.in ",d: Ce, m ist sMrl.
4(I.I t, and Ynlrds: I:lm-.t t..;i.i ,.u t R ;>IlJ a I- r A.TTa .
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