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A CUTTING CUTTINGDOWN CUffINGDOIVN
DOWN or orSCHOOL OFSC1100L
SCHOOL fUND fUNDHow
How It Affects The Daytona City CitySchool CitySchool CitySchool
School and Schools of Volusia VolusiaCounty Vol VolusiaCounty usia usiaCounty
County CountySOIE CountySOMf CountyOM1
SOIE S OM1 FACTS AND ANDTho SOME fIGURfStlitll fIGURfS
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Tho recent decision of the Florida Su Supreme Supreme Supretne ¬
preme Court is farreaching in its effects effectsit
it not only hits the populous districts districtsthe
the city schools and the high schools schoolsbut schoolsbut schoolsbut
but it is comprehensive and effects the therural therural therural
rural districts to the remotest corners cornersSuperintendent cornersSuperintendent
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Superintendent Holloway is quoted assaying as assaying assaying
saying that it puts the schools back on ona ona ona
a par with those of a decade ago agoThere agoThere agoThere
There is already due the teachers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the State 5I6 107750 56 under the SO percent per percent percent
cent act and the high school act In Inaddition Inaddition Inaddition
addition there is also due them the
50000 which should have been appro appropriated appropriated approriated ¬
priated p riated by the Comptroller on the first firstof firstof firstof
of January 190S if at that time themhad there therehad thenhad
had been money in the treasury for that thatpurpose thatpurpose
purpose The aggregate amount there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore due the schools on the first of July July190S
1908 was 227750 5227756This 227750This 227756This
This large amount is lost to the theschools theschools th thschools e
schools together with 165 000 which whichwould whichwould
would have accrued by the th first of July
1909 1909The 1909Tht 1909The
The law establishing a system of high highschools highschools highschools 1
schools was enacted in 1903 and the theother theother th thother e
other acts coming under the decision u uthe of ofthe ofthe f
the court were passed in 1905 1905While 1905While 1905While
While it seems from this decision that thatthe thatthe t tthe
the State is not able to appropriate any anymoney anymoney an anmoney
money to the schools there may be bemade bemade b bmade e
made a county levy of seven mills for forschool forschool fo foschool r
school purposes and in addition to this thisa J Ja
a levy JV of three mills may be assessed in inthe inthe n i
the special tax school districts and un under undr uader
der this arrangement it is is possible for forthe fortlu fo fothe r
the schools to be kept up to their pees present prfSent peesent
ent standard without the aid given giventhllO givethem n
them under Chapters 53SI and 5657 5657but 5657but
but the abolishment nt of the high school I
system is the most serious blow to pub publie public pub1c
lie education in many years yearsIt lars larsIt
It may require a Constitutional Constitutionalamendment Constitutionalamendment Constitutionaamendment l
amendment to remedy rem dy the objeetiot objection objectionpointed objlctionpointed ° 1
pointed out in the decision handed don dovnby donby do doby t n 1
by the Supreme Court CourtIf
If this > recourse is taken it will be nec necessary necessary necessary ¬
essary for the legisature to enact a law lawprovidiug lawproviding lawproviding v
providing that each county shall main maintain maintain mainthin
tain one high school to be supported en entirely entirely entirely ¬
tirely out of the county school funds fundsThis fundsThis fundsThis
This plan however would be far inferior inferiorto r
to the state system sinee there would be beno beno b bno e
no uniformity of standard in the operation opera operation opemHon
tion of such schools schoolsA
A Daily News representative hunted huntedup bunterup
up Superintendent Wright of the Day Daytoua Daytona Daytone
tone High School to see what t figure the thehanding thehalldin tit tithunding e
handing halldin down of the recent decision cut cutlocally cutlocu cu cuocally t
locally locu l ly Prof Wright while he h deplored deploredthe deplorethe d
the court decision seemed little per perturbed perturbed perturbed ¬
turbed He said as it stands it would wouldshorten wculdshorltn
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shorten the th term of the Daytona schoonearly school schoolnearly schoolnearly
nearly a month but he thinks the legis legislature legislature legislature ¬
lature at its present sitting will come t tthe to tothe tothe °
the rescue of the school and right th the thematter thematter e
matter up and if possible go the old oldschedule oldschedule of ofschedule d
schedule of appropriations one better as aswell aswell a awell s
well as to give some wholesome legisla legislation legislation legislation ¬
tion looking toward better schoolsThe schools schoolsThe Slhoolsfhe
The Daytona High School has a re resource resource resource ¬
source that would be used to augment augmentthe augnienthe t
the funds It is this A tuition fee of ofS4 ofS4 o f
S4 4 per wr month would be charged for pu pupils pupils ¬
pils not listed in the school district districtthere As Asthere Asthere
there are a goodly number of such pu pupils pupils ¬
pils this would materially augment the thefunds thefunds th thfunds e
funds fundsChairman fundsChairman fundsChairman
Chairman Ceo F Crouch of the Vo Volusia Yolusia
lusia County School Board was interro interrogated intcrrogattd interrogated ¬
gated and he says sa the loss to J Yolusia Yolusiacounty Yolusbcounty olusi olusicounty a
county will be about S12000 but that thatVolusia thatVol thinVolusia t
Volusia Vol usia being in fine financial shape wi will willcarry willcarryon ll
carry carryon on her schools lie says sas that sub subdistricts suhditricts subdistricts
districts that have funds on hand will willcarry willcarryon w 1 1carry 11
carry carryon on the ttv two ° mouths extra time re regardless regardless r rgardless ¬
gardless of Supreme Court decisions decisionsWhat dtcisio1JWhat decisionsWhat
What subdistricts have not no me funds fundsavailable fundsRsJlable fundavailable s
available thedeficit will be made up by bythe bythe b 3 3the
the county board the funds to be turned turnedback turnedback turne turneback d j
back to the county when funds come in inthrough inthrough i ithrough n
through taxes taxesYolusia ta taxesVolusia es esVolusia
Volusia county from the fact of i ibeing its itebeing itsbeing t
being in good shape financial financially will not notsuffer notsuffer n nsuffer of
suffer as those counties will which have haveno hay hayno e
no school funds on hand Many of those thosecounties thosecountits thoo thoocounties e
counties will be compelled to close their theirschools theirschools the theschools r
schools indeed some are now doing s so soE soE
E 1 Morris and niece niece Miss Ii s Ellen EllenWilliams EllenWilliamg Llleiiliants u
Williams and her friend Miss Jla JlaF111CIIPtIt Mary MaryFinrhrolt ManFinehttlit rv V
Finrhrolt all of Toronto Canada Canadaarrived allad alladarrind auadarrived a
arrived Saturday and are located locatedfcr Iwatedf Deaf Deaffcr eti
fcr f r the season viih wil h J I L Lynch LvnchFairview on onFairview onFairvicwavenue
Fairview Fairvicwavenue FairvicwavenueMrs avenue avenueMrs avenueMrs
Mrs Jacob Reese and aunt lit litRindlaub Miss MissRindlanb IissRindlaub S
Rindlaub of baton Hill a suburb suburbof subutof b
of Philadelphia arrived Thursday Thursdaynight Thursdaynigllt lhursd lhursdnight 1
night and are occupying occup ing Mrs Reese Reeseswinter Heeseswinter Reesewinter n
winter residence on South Palmetto Palmettoavenue Palmettsenue Palmetavenue t t
avenue avenueS
S H Goves new shop on Volusia Volusiaavenue Yolusiaavenue olu oluavenue Sin la lai
avenue on which work was com commenced commenced co comenced m i ¬
menced a week ago Saturday wascompleted w wcompleted
completed even to the locking luckingthe oftbe
the doors Saturday afternoon T Tbuilding The Thebuilding Thebuilding he le
building which is somewhat largerthan lar larthan
than the one burned makes a muchbetter mu mubetter
better appearance appearance than the old o one n e
NOW DAYTONA DAYTONABfACH DAYTONABEACH
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The Wires Are Now Flashing It ItDaytona ItDaytona ItDaytona
Daytona Beach Around AroundThe AroundThe AroundThe
The World WorldHOf Worldt V orld orldnow
now TO REACH t 1 DAYTONA BEACH BEACHu
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The uncertainty as to the fate of the theSeventh theSeventh theSeventh
Seventh Annual Florida Beach races has hasnow hasnow hasnow
now been turned Into an almost positivecertainty positive positiecertainty
certainty that they will be given on the thefamous thefamous
famous fast sand course as usual the thedates thedates
dates being March 22 to 25 next It Itseems Itseems
seems that the Florida East Coast rail rililway railway
way and hotel system was not in favor fa favorof or orof
of subscribing to the fund to perpetuate perpltuatethl
the races this winter so it was left to totlH tothe
the enterprising little city of Daytona to tosay tosay
say whether the races should lapse apse this thisyear
year or not Daytona said no and it itsaid
said no most emphatically proidingthe providing
the tournament should be given on onDaytona
Daytona Beach where the fast worldrecords world worldrecords
records have been made in recent years yearsTo yearsTo
To that end Fred Dutton Stidham a aDrown aBrown
Brown college man and relative of Sena Senator Stnator Senator
tor W J Morgan organ was despatched to toe
I Daytona to cooperate with the commit committee
tee t ee that had wired Mr Morgan to come cometo carneto
to Daytona to take charge of the raising raisingof
of funds for the seventh annual meet mettMr
Mr Morgan could not leave New York Yorkso
so he drafted Mr Ir Stidham who soon ar arrived arrived
rived in Daytona and was met enthusiastically enthusi enthusiastically enthusiastic1111y
astically by the Florida East Coast Au Automobile Automobile Autorttobile
tomobile association officials and under underthe undertill underthe
the pilotage of President Major Arthur ArthurB
B Foster Dr E L Potter Edward EdwardWhite EdwardWhite d
White chairman of the committee 1 1H W WH WH
H Peters E D W Rose and Colons 1
I Bingham made 1adl such good progress that thatmost thatmost thamost t
most of the 4000 asked for was soon as assured
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sured sur by citizens of Daytona and n winter wintert winterresidents wil1ttrresidents into r
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residents thereof
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j There will be radical changes in the theconduct theI ti tiI e
I I conduct of the races in March One of ofthe ofI o
j I the great events will be a sweepstake sweepstakeprice sweepstakli stveepstukcprice
i price stock car race the cars heir heirhandicapped being beinghandicapped beingi g
i i handicapped according to price and ln not notengine notengine nu nubli t
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engine power This will give the public puhlica Iw Iwa bli c
a good idea as to what is i what at a cer certlin
Lain price The Sir Thomas Dewar S 2
j 000 trophy for the international mile miler milenice millrnce miltrace
r nice will be given outright There will willbe willi il
i be several thousand dollars in cash cashprizes c1hprizl callPrizes i
prizes hung up u for fast cars and as + s the theIrand
Grand Prix race of France will not be bej btheld
j held this year no I1 special spc cial race will be 1 put puton puton 1n t
on for foreign cars which comply 1lt with withthe withthe i
i the international rules unless a goodlientry goodly goodlyentry oodlv oodlven y t
ientry entry en try is assured therefore the t lit races will willbe witbe iil iilbe 1
be open to all cars no matter what hut the theengine tIllengm titengine
engine power may beThere be beThere
There will be one special race how however holevtr boreever
ever open to t ° all competitors in past pastVanderbilt pastVanderbilt pas pasVanderbilt t
Vanderbilt cup races for which a goodly goodlycash ° uodl
cash prize will be offered The stock stockcar stockcar sloe sloecar
car event will possibly go over a part partbeach partbtuh par t
beach and part road course crossimtwo crossing crossingtwo °
two bridges and lIn J it is i thought that the theaverage theaverngl tinaverage
average of 525 miles per hour made by bythe hythe 1 1the y
the winning stock car at Savannah will willbe willbe i
be beaten at Daytona as it is thought thoughtthat thoughtthat t
that a speed of sixty miles an hour will willeasily willeasily vil I 1
easily be made by such a I car ur as the theLancia theLandtl tinLuncia e s
Lancia LanciaOne LandtlOne LunciaOne
One of f the big races will be that for forthe forthe fu r
the Minneapolis trophy which w was + won wonlast wonlast n
last jcir elr by b the Fiat the late Manue ManueCedrino JlauueCedrino lnnueCedrino
Cedrino driving This trophy must be bewon hewon h hwon c
won twice so that if the Fiat wins i iagain it itagain itagain t
again it will become he come the property of ofFiat ofFiat O f
Fiat Automobile Company This will willbe willbe u il ilbe l
be a twomileaminute speed sree s eed crown crownsimilar cronesimilar rt > wn wnsimilar n
similar to the one captured by Victor VictorDemogeot VietorDelllogeot ViewDetnogeot
Demogeot the great French driver dri r who whoin whoin wh
in nn 1900 hurled his Darracq racer over overthe onrthe r
the twomile stretch in f is > S 4 4i > seconds secondsCars elondsCars
Cars in this race must equal two milt miles s sminute > a aminute Hmiuute +
minute to win Of cour course > e this peed > is isonly i ionly
only pc possible p ible on the farfamed beach on onthe onthe utthe 1 i
the East Coast of Florida FloridaOne FloridaOne FloridaOne
One of the principal cause of com complaint 0111plaint ¬
plaint in regard to the Florida eacmeet race racemeet ralemeet c
meet has been removed and that n was wasthe + S Sthe
the high freight rate charges on the rail railroads milroads ¬
roads from New York to Ormond and andDaytona andDaytona an anDaytona I I
Daytona The Florida East Coast Auto Automobile Automobile Automobile ¬
mobile Association has advised ad e that all allautomobiles ullautomobiles al alautomobiles 1
automobiles be shipped by b water either eitherto r
to Savannah or Jacksonville Jllk on lle and from fromthe fromthe fro n i
the latter point also h by water to De DeLand nlLand
Land via iiithe ia the Clyde Iydl Line Deland i is isonly isouly s sonly j
only twentyfive miles from Daytonand Daytona Daytonaand a x
and the County Commissioners or Vo Volu V Varia 0 0II1
lu aria ia County have put the twentyfive twentyfivemiles tweutYtinmiles e i
miles of road between the two points in insplendid insplendid i n i
splendid condition eon ition so o that automobile automobilecan i
can be sent by boat diiect dil t to DeLand DeLandand DeLandUld d
and thence driven to Daytona Day tuna This Thiswill 1h is s
will more than cut the freight rate in intwo iutwo i U Utwo
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two and if automobile > are shipped to toSavannah toSavannt1h t tSavannah u
Savannah they can be driven over the theroad tf tfroad 1e e
I road from Savannah to Daytona al althe nlt u 1
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the road is poor for nearly the cuff entire entiredistance entiredistan re e
distance which is about 170 miles milesSui milesSur
Sui much h a trip however will prove inter intering in trr trring t
ing and help to build up the the t good goodroads goodrOlids oc ocroads xi xiin d
roads movement which is now strong in inGeorgia
Georgia and Florida FloridaJust FloridaJut
Just as soon as the committee at Iu Iutona Ihytona
tona have finished their work of raisi raising raisingthe n ig °
the funds entry blanks with th a complete completelist te
list of events will be gotten out by b W WJ V VJ i
J Morgan Thoroughfare Building BuildingBroadway DuildingBroadway Buildit g
Broadway and 57th Street Stn t Xew York YorkCiLy 10 rk
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BIRD LIfE LIfETO
TO TORE TOREPROTECTED Bf BfPROTfCTfD
PROTfCTfDNoticeable PROTECTED lAUlLtlLV lAUlLtlLVNoticeable
Noticeable Increaseof of Aquatic BirdLife Bird BirdLife BirdLife
Life as Result of Wardens WardensVigilance WardensVigilance VardensVi
Vigilance VigilanceThe Vi i1ance i1anceTHE
THE BIRDS ARE BECOMING TAME TAME1t1It
1t1It 1t1ItThe r > K KThe
The department of agriculture at atWashington atWashington at11astlington
Washington through Captain Pacettihas Pacetti Pacettihas
I has recently placed five large signs si ns at atprominent atprominlnt atprominent
J prominent points on Mosquito Inlet re reservation reservatIOn reservation ¬
6 servation The signs are about five by byseven bysen byseven
s seven feet supported by four posts and andfirmly andfirml andfirmly
f firmly firml braced One is at Hawks park parkone parkone parkone
c one opposite the Ocean house NewSmyrna New NewSmyrna NewSnyrna
5 Smyrna one at Mosquito inlet one at atLive atLive atLive
1 Live Oak O k point and one at Little Pelican Pelicanisland Pelicanisland Pelicanisland
i island north of Port Orange all being beingnear beingnear
i near the th main channel ch nnd of the Halifax Halifaxand
J and 8 111 HilLboro lIfll boru rivers r ers The reservation reservationwas
i was w as created as a preserve and breeding breedingground brEedingground breedingground
j ground for native aquatic birds Al Already Already Ale ¬
i ready r e ad avert a very marked increase in bird life lifeis liCeis
i is apparent in the colonies of pelicans pelicansgulls pelicansgulls pelicansgulls
J gulls and terns about the inlet White Whitecranes Whitecmnes Whitecranes
cranes < blue herons gannets and woodibis wood woodibis woodibis
i ibis are increasing incfl sing in numbers and show showless showlesQ showess
1 less l ess fear than formerly Request hav having having having ¬
i ing been made of the warden as to towhether towhlther towhether
whether ducks could be killed on thereservation the thereservation therestrvation
i reservation he communicated with the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department for advice on this subject subjectand
and has been instructed to permit no noshooting noshooting noshooting
shooting whatever on the reservation reservationand
and to cause the arrest of anyone foundusing found foundusing foundusing
using fire arms ithin t its limits limitsThere limitsTherc limitsThere
There are now twentythree national nationalreservations nationalreservations
reservations in the United States for the theprotection theprotection theprotection
protection of birds nine of which were wereformed werefUrIllld e
formed f the past year These nine are areat areat a
at Tortugas Keys and Key West > t Flor Florida Florida Floridle ¬
ida Mosquito inlet east coast of Flor Florida Floridu ¬
idu Lower Klamath I lake Oregon OregonChase OregonChase OregonChase 1
Chase lake Dakota Pine Island Mat Matlatcha MatIntch flatlatcha
latcha pass and Palma Sola Florida FloridaThe FloridaThe
The 1 he twentythree reservations are in incharge incharge i icharge n
charge of fortynine wardens whose whoseduty who e eduty
flat duty is to guard the colonies of birds birdsupon birdsupon birdupon
upon them themThrough themThrough
Through the means of these reserva reservations teservaions ¬
i iti
ions ti ns the particular value of bird refuge refugehas refuges refugeshas rcfu es I Ihas
has been een demonstrated and must apnea apoealto
to all enlightened citizens and true truesportsmen truesportm11 tru trusportsmen c
sportsmen who wish to see the birds birdssaved birdssatd
saved sayr l from utter extinction The most mostnumerous mostnumerous mos mosnumerous t
numerous species in the colonies on the th thAtlantic e i iAlllI1tic
Atlantic and Gulf coasts are herons and andlaughing an anlaughing d ed II
laughing gulls brown pelicans and terns ternsUpon ternsUpon
Upon the interior reservations are ducks duckswhite I Iwhite
white pelicans greebes and gulls and on onthe o n
the Pacific coast coa t cormorants puffins puffinsmimes puffinsmurres II IIthe
murres gulls oils and petrels petrelsIt petr k I
It I t is probable that a deputy warden wardenwill wardewill n
will by appointed at Port Orange or orNew orXtW o oNew r I
New Smyrna rnyrna my rna The new reservation is in incharge incharge
charge ch1f e of Captain Ctpt iu B J Pacetti PacettiNo I
No trespassing trcsplS ing is allowed nor firearms firearmspermitted firearmspermitted firearmspermitted I
permitted on the Mosquito Inlet Reser Reservation Reservatiun ¬
vation It may be well to publish here herewith herewith ¬
with Public Act No 314 An Act to toprotect toprotect
protect birds and their thcireggs eggs in game an anbiKf and andbind I
bind preserves preservesBe
Be it enacted by the Senate and andHouse an anHouse d I IHous
House of Representatives of the United UnitedStates UnittdStatls r
States of America in Congress Con rp assembledi assembled d
that it shall be unlawful for any person personto dn n
to hunt trap capture willfully disturb disturbor I Ior
or kill any bird of any kind whatever or ortuke o otalc r
take the eggs e gs of such birds on any lands landss s
of the United States which have been beenset beenset beeset n
set apartorreserved apart orreserved for forbraedinggrounds forbraedinggroundsfor breeding grounds groundsfor groundfor 3
for birds by any law proclamation or orexecutive orexecutive o 3r r
executive order except e cept under such suchrult j jrules
rules rult and regulations as may be pre prescribed prescribed prescribed ¬
scribed from time to time by the Seen Secretary Seentary ¬
tary tarof of Agriculture AgricultureThe gricultureThe
The second section of this Act pre prescribes pr e ¬
scribes the fine which may be imposed imposedfor d
for Of violation It may be 500 and six si YI YId j jmonths Imonths
months imprisonmentaud was approve approveby approved approvedby d I
by Theodoie Theod l Roosevelt June 28 1906 1906NOBODY 1906NOBODY
NOBODY SPARED SPAREDKidney SPAREDII
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Kidney Kidne Troubles Attack Daytona lle Men n I Iand
and Women Old and Young YoungKidney YoungKiln I IKilwy I
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For sale by all dealers dcuI rs Price 30 5 cents j
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and so pleased was he with the thelovely ti e eof
lovely Peninsula that he thinks of ofreturninO f
returning with his family famil who a anow are arenow arenow re e
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HOUSE HOUSECapacity DAYTONA BEACH H FLA FLACapacity i iapacity
Capacity 30 rooms Rooms bright airy and completely compl tely furnished Modern ModemImprovements
improvements clean and uptodate Located on Seabreeze Avenue a short
distance from Atlantic Ocean Summer rates SlOO per day da y and up Spec Specj p pE
j ial rates by b week or season
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THE PINES C s All NEW Conveniences ConvealeacesRates ConveniencesRates HOUSE HOUSEAH Y
Rates 250 Per Day and Up Special by the Month MonthAn
An attractive house with lame lar < c and airy rooms hot and cold water through the thehouse tbehouse thehouse
house sulphur or salt water baths electric lights f lltslrl1nce furnace heat and telephone telephoneSome telephoneSon telephoneSome
Some Son e of the pleasant t features of The Pines Ptnesare are Its wide verandas and nd its Root RoofCiarden RootGarden RootGarden
Garden affording a line view Iew of the country river and ocean oceanThe oceanrho
The Plne1i PinesIs Is situated on South Uldgewood the highest avenue In DaytonaRooutssiagle Daytona DaytonaRooms DaytonRooms
Rooutssiagle Rooms single ores suite with or without private bath bathOPEN bathOPEN bathOPEN
OPEN FROM NOVEMBER 15 TO MAYMRS MAY > i iMRS <
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338 South Ridgewood Avenue DAYTONA DA FLA FLATHE
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Was opened for its fourth season e November lath 1908 and will willremain willremam < >
remain open until Ma May 15th l th 1009 The house is well prepared to tomaintain tomaintain tomaintain
maintain its established reputation reputK ttion for refined elegance and comfort comfortcarefully comfortcareIuUy
carefully prepared meals and most attractive table service The Therooms Therooms Therooms >
rooms are large b and sunn sunny well wellligltttd lighted and heated many man of them themprovided themproideJ themProvided
provided with private baths bathsW hathsW
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i South Ridgewood Avenue AvenueSteam AvenueStealu Aven ue a
Steam Heat Ele Electric trlc Lights two blocks from fromdepot froDldepot
depot and postoftiee Garage GarageBOOMS on premises premisesROOMS pren1 se seROOMS p
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Magnolia Avenue A VtUlJl > opposite 1ostoflice 1ostofliceRooms 10stofIiceRooms
Rooms Only Or > sly Steam tam Heat Sanitary Plumbing Gas GasLighted GasLighted i iLighted
Lighted Everything up to date dateS dateS
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THE HOWARD HOWARDCentrally
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Centrally Centrldl located on Volusia Vol ti usia Avenue the main avenue ae ue from the depot to tothe t tth tothe
the th water front fronton on the Halifax River nh r Three I here minutes lIIiul tes walk to stores 8tor post postoihce postothce
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office churches etc The 1 he Howard is JS strictly a first class house in m every everyrespect eVt > ry i1 i1respect f
ir respect at moderate prices THE TABLE A SPECIALTY Northern Northerncooking XorthemcooliD
rooL cooking in the th < cuisine cuis ne exceptionally good the best the market affords Under Underthe Underthe
the direct supervisor sUp supen < rnson ison of If the proprietor The 1 he house has every modern con convenience coniIr convenience ¬
iIr venience and + ndimprorcmcnte improvement Has large veranda and pagoda and is sur surrounded surrounded stirrounded ¬
1 rounded by lawns and shad trees tr s Is dry and well ventilated ventilatedFor At AtI
For terms apply to the t I 1e proprietor proprietorJOHN
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