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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: February 8, 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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PmeIad EwyU Kwai a gt may Durisg D sDe mer. Jaawv Frab n and M ach at tbhe Nuttiest Mattr Ruitin Florida.
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DAYTONA. FLORIDA. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1909


15 CeaW p WUN


S. v ii l I i NEVIi -RK Fintods at |I i I i s aGloi
ARCrC iT, BULR and Pait ETRIS Right Prices, T
CONT.n PaperHanging it ft OP O MET RIST Io i u I Ig Salt Warter Paint.
rea iw- ana u-10: Nortov Doratinr m g V **
Conr id-gwood Mud Voluia. : a D10 w uf u as v Iw rIfa
r Telepbooe 221 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Eye$ TI -Fu Fitted OW.
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CAPT. BOY"TO



1TE1T UP



UP. AT OUROCK

BeUiv- The Famous Old Swimmer
Two Spending a Few Days In The
City In Passing.


THE TICKLERS BAFFLED.


Is
Is


IICAP SYSTEM BU MILT LUNA PARK, CONEY ISLAND


met mmumnce-nentn of a
hft&i ma race conditions.
t a novel sstelni of
|w-dd be introduced, bids
etr halted by suL.'e-
It ~ original plan. It
LP'4-f a standard .(f <- I-
-A, mad to handicap lthe
lftmaty to their rel ;tion


('apt. Paul H,,yton the world's fam-
oils swimitner, in his yacht, the "Water
SGyp-.v." arrived at Cille's dock Satur-
day nihl:t.
\\ ith the captain of the yacht ae his
wife and family, no one else, be and his
son.- Ibeing the crew. The boat left their
home, Bndger or:, Cmnn., on October
Istll, and the cruise to far has covered
something over 2,00)I miles. The trip
from New York to Jacksonville was


lt I rpmpowd t,, hild a made partly on the outside, partly on
ME: of which will l1w the inside, and even river or stream
kLeed-mqn. based on valua-I was explored for hul ting and fishing.
e b includes cars fro.n Thee 'Wate.r ;yp(y" draws over five i
i t-; tesond, from s1,000 feet of water, and consequently en-:
Liard, fronm $1.751 to $2 countered a great deal of trouble in
ftMuert $ra 2,45.l to 3.754.) 'coming down the Halifax. Captain j 4
he. fm 3.751 up lHow- Boyton thinks that the waters here;!
ions are but tenta will deepen when the canal is cut
Shmwt be made to, reduc.c; through into the St. Johns. So far in -
I f dviions to four, and! Florida the tt,wns visited have beenl
L weLpriaclpie involvd.l Sanford, St. Augustini' and numerous i
l---~ ed to allow and to en- ~;riLller towns. The party will likely
e stira~ n of a car in blutlh I' a\' here Tuesday morning. | I
p mna-ed by cylinder displace Ca:iptnirn Boyton was probably th,-
and the one governed i reatle't s wimmer in the country in his
Jkmatiom By entering a day. It is several years since he did
V70m dieplaeement race.' any work Many books have be-en
tlYt1 Ow same machine inii written about the Captain. and the
irewmt, as bn-l for comparison swimming and diving feat-s lie has ac-
SThe question (of econo-my3 compllshed. Captain Boytoa has ac-
brirnsto will thus b.' giwvn complished a number of startling swim- L
threshing out, and tih real mlni feats, among them swimming the
| 40a of thea srilie plri('c. ill 1we English channel, the Strait of Gibraltar.
Sand nearly all the large rivers of the
Itering these same machines world. During his lifetime he has swum N
fied evaluation race" an ex- probably 25.000 miles. A NEW HOME
Ii of comparison can bI ob- Captain Boyton was the original
1 builder and owner of Luna Park, Conev O IV L N
bia bee' arranged a match race Island. N. Y., but sold out his interests IV
GoIosC Robertson, the Vander- there several years ago to Frederick I
ft' amd Lewis Strang. win- Thompson the husband of Mable Talia It It
iaurdoiif mad other events. It ferro, of "Polly of the Circus," fanme.
o bold this race during the and one of the greatest theatrical pro-| John H1. Miller of 1'ittlhiur,. h4,-
Wbe& arrival from March 23 ducere of the day. bought of F. 1). Spring a lot on
pi cal h prize of $1,000 Captain Boynton is also the inventor Lanew ith a 75 foot frontage. Tins lt
and it is proposed to of many of the amusement park riding lies between the rnsidenc's ,of Mr. Sjprintg
aImo, bet two out of threat devices, chute-the-chute, etc. The Cap- and J. 1). C. Molrri:. Mr. Miller uillIt 1t
Arrangements are ni( tain is 62 years or age, but appeals i the contract this spring fr :t handls,niu,
4md~ the exact date and d:;- match younger. Captain Boyton ha-; niiodern residence to ht,. c lonpleted ilk
e aaou noed after a satI,-- appeared before many of the crowned tiltfor oC('UI)iancY Iext tall ihen he
b has been deternmind heads of Europe, among then ti.lln g hie iandl li faillily 1 -ill takeL' Iti.'s.in.
and Strnly. late Queen Victoria 4,f lnglhnd. Th -re are several parties who are ex
a apecting to bulld this suniiner arid it is
highly probl)able that by aiiotihr stetaasn
the imo-t of tire' available' .it,. oini Iv%
i ,ine will lhe occupied a> :l nutiib,.r if
0 O F AI ptrospectivelti'vcr'- have tll(it \t ,- i\.
ILU Off IUR A |>ten


DEGREE.


I-ldar eonvoeatilon ,f lalilfax
. S1. F. & A. M Thursiday
k Ia. lBer, proprietor ,( the
III SaM laundry, w! ritis-ed 1.
141we of Maste.r Ma-,itn in
6M of a goodly ia'L I'tInlilc cit
TimanMy of wt11011i ue.r \ i-it
l larWU of thei' ceulrry.
I Lmfiarrinig of Ilt. (dl.e,., :a
II of coffee anid ca:ke : \e:i-
s Btanquet room.


BIG HUNT.


.r ~ II M uzi rctini jd Mr. Iuthf of
Il'.ere, Scot t t&s C o
Ci ag Ie~~~ thi~afternt~mblfor a big
1mr-Ve 41Mn ed UyMr. eierre near
The hun Ituittinig preserve htxrd. rs
I akc A ep4, pka. m I ic is.' AelI stOcked "\itII
It- % amtc tr h-is and ?Mlr. Pierre withl
T r ite RwadL uthe '%e as guct..
\\ ill .:' e 3r I ~ dav ,spirt lwhtgigunning
tInll angiuhg 1hey uia1 C gone prepared
ft r ti;,-. 't t and w ill no doub et give m
it It c0c4 dillut of thtiuiisel ve".

mmmma-,-amae.---...-..t-


Vote As It Stood Saturday Evening

IN THE BUSH & SAIF':IL) )1 ,

. 1.225.5
927,735
57,880


A Naturalist's Ex-
cursion in Florida.


t l ,t 'llt 'l'tI t l iilli tI 1 I I ti Ilr \'c l. l% tle tlt
I1 lrnplli M r. \ iiilIktt1 11 tt I I- K.itltir tol
T hh AcIi'II i't'i Il OI ,l t 1 .%i .l I I -,ittC i l t1
S ,; t I t1 I I-'.. iilii % I i l t 1 l lii ,' -
litIt e. 11 'lit I -to. r ;ii'.t1-t \\l'e v A I ]a
Il. It a I ll. ll4 r. '4 M |1 IX-I I IT t 4l ,t:
S t,..r..t


The tide nIo% % H aII to eItave II. t" IIkd
you miiu-t know, that InI thl ti part of t or
country,. the tide Lo,-- dto\ nite 1t a pa,'c.
but in a hurry, so inuth c t,, tnte.l'de t hiat
notwithstanding our rt)% nig before. it e..
were, on evu'eral ct't.a-t'un, oblige l tC
leap, into til,' briny vl trevlan. l mid u'll til
boat over oy?.tt'r I'alnks L .- l:rp as r.:/oi-
Atte.r s.hhootinig cl ile ire' letrd-, amid
pulling our tlont through rnaiii\ ciltii-
cult chiartnel, %e rtcaichei th'. si I.I,;,,cl
again. andi as thl l'ird?, g, i, r r1; i.% c k-
ing, appeared 'Awii l .t3:,i tk ',I \,11 f-t
be' au are thiat I ,: I1 ,lird-, ft.e \\!t'l 1%
ashiet o <'.: thal tt.1 iSt.uill 'l d 'I r t Ij -t.y
uanoro, .. t' ,- t ,nini',-, d t, turIn t .r n'


thc light o4 1hemd 1t I ~
nali,er (heLI-tr -I -%t'' r'h i-' L ii v, .' I, c

t I hA l t L'- IANii! v C\t. I -i~f itI :' IL


',:iel, C'hi~I' It 'e l 'i Iv f i I e L- 1(. 1 1 a
te I tie t t i I I ''' ii I' t 1C 4 I. t lI
Ie CItiI'll.-':)i f ICtit I I t'
w.ui ie.' 't iri t \\A-1.i I i;
Xvi Lit1\%e'I iIL d. 4 t,'0p"IA I t', p l
I I.t ihie p,)l It .I -4 t I I I i I- -1 Ii'ov ,i x
yar(I ste I le r-feri-iti f w si if x I t t

V I gg V' 4 1. it It h 1m v 1 Ic
t o c zcI r ei''lct h''i n

sctil' cu Clit re:11d' t he 'n. t'
sto~e p we t kei IIIte r bI )r. Ia V


\V\c Lhnt(heiI. :eli i \'C 1e ^ '''
dlidI for on rCi':e t'hi; t r .2'
iar.-hi t \\fo cf t! ;'. : 2 t> it
tlipe ilt d ais c;n s' -- .t- i.,rt i, ,I\
re dtl 1111(. i ;La ic .t it '" 'i 'Li. .A'i
we. t hI w+itc r: :. 'i
C 'c tdiily t v ,,\ ,' i \\,


thirI <-: in rci it .t,' I ;.'
%ii h i i I lie : ',i f i '' ..
:trti k l l IIu'p iI al cr.'k .i'c i
lit ,'- I .:t \\ it l I :l i -o : i .;
th0 Itt I glutt e t. : tn n 1 1 'n.t '
in t c 'enter of oul -:.\% I


I c, '. r*qtpec i -T I I '' .
cc r, i r;.''T: .r ,i t l fe r ,l ri


a 'Ii


-'a.
Il


viold %% 111d H ,~,, ,..,~
cclii if ter :initctlr, i Ia''h t L'Vt '
-inelo itir.'ea ck'e l r'tin I!.~ I tt xe


i'~I .gag\. nit 1: 'u-,: *''


-Rehse in St. Paul Pioneer Pres.



CONSTITUTION


ON RETURN.


A ni i t t il t, IIiflv \,'.e s i vs t 1 : 11
i t)'' 'itt icei --- r'i I he-r %wait foeni11t i tl
anaLvigleft thte PaInt Beac~h pie'"-
Wi i'in il tin their Ierai'Afthe mity te
l 'i t ;ith 4ifthe dilei4hetful tii.
k- 1 (-Irk% lliel ve s pr

*I!j ol. l v Micc'k, t'enter o( if t
II~~ ~ I' o I 11,i ieee 'k eUt a it % rut lhIt
'I~i~ L'.~tit I~ihi-, dutiful cat boat ir( IL
n_ lit I2 I cayt i ''a l ini the' 1 )e i
ri r. Wt ala-'-andi the' Misawe'
mmtnealeiiAi. I lie c'harriiirg
V.1 ci 'li;nittr I\" ; G Havill is at th-
1 11i 11. 1 l ti nH a !mrge hlctel


I he Tent Meeting.
A, t'I I hlit-t night LIthe r Partim'*t
*L i fii .tlig e.'xpe ttin of tit
t tithe v\xviithi chapter
I) ii~e'~. .' i -ie Nhici etI thar L;
A~ ~~~l 1" sa ...1 a~e nw, i* re -(sf':I i i4
:.e.L 'ilt n in it ee. IT I. 17 K,".
it n J r. Pi ). it e.36 i -me ntt Ii
"' i a:. li&~tI. pt t"ptl9. Awil the' '~~.
.'i -aid a- re, i irctid in I )W.-m 2

I~t'' I'ltt~i~llSi-, -tiulth' -1e'Ak' r
we havu ahra.'dv -tmiled Iitn theC %Ct-i'
t',e s-co' 'int cI e*Aupt eF. Iher.' it 'Ce, !i-j%%

I '.Sia, k;:.'. Ati i
IL't(aInii-m,,ticcorinihii Cn


W ,'C., h ItaItt Up armntiitg ni
I:, Oil th is % le e)f 4l,s:'4A I


'i it. I : ,U't rle .' .4 i i
2 2 1 :i' i i .:12. b ItA tilie


; 1 'I nt' Ii b'v. 12, t


A BIG SHOW


COMING


ON FEB. 19TH.


Save


AUTHORITIES


WILL HAVE


TO CALL HALT


Up Your Nickels, BJ.s, If Reckless SpeedlagOf Autmoblies
40


You Want To Ride The


Elephant.


k CLEAN PERFORMANCE PROMISED


It. j Willizin.. v.ivarwr ag'-fit o~f kiing
A Tucktrs great rajlri cld mllt ows i'zisit
the city this nmorninig mak-ing itiAte t and
arrangenien ts fe r the show. tohicht i:
.)illed fur t hki cityv, Friday, Ft-ahru cry 19
%1r. W~illiams iul a's that v. bile it is nwt
the largest ~h' tin t' ia IT- 1! 1litw (of
tie b,4'?;t and ciaitrrs t.
'rilie Miamill

is a it u 11 t th lit itI-or tille.0-41
indtlt th'at!u. i4!ant" l; 1hot l niit e *rt* t it
tilt eintcrtaitrirueiit clean lla'l.'l Ie11to)d.1t.
Arid w-11~4eth (if Ltri'.
I'hc teiit .%o, I r, di ll i *

ti t' Ne. :~- -ltei'nd .1vc'Ul t U. t ol IwN%1itiI.

itICI that it (11%, I0.- pAk-!t ::.,il
who atteideti it f." 1
ulente I and I en tertair f id
4 e qif thlte featlire- (.1tL .i ''
trained llania. :nultindthti Lcll ph
'Aidl to be 'j\i.e'niaI .. '1. I!,
A ISO Ui 'Te v-Sl r 0 i. S4 T I rI1
ats.
TheThr h..llW\\.l j:i-t IIt r I I I F, 11 t
-su %% I ivro I there a re ~uj10 t~

lu 'per'i. lvce IL I :-: IA.,.
uicier seen antii eph'trit .I a
istlivuerit w~as IhoIIill ll s

Mrs N. N. Ballv Y. L it l-,
,in injury to her It- if;- i ta %
&go from a fill cLtP v IKI:;
liver a r'ig..,i r !1 :~~I t'4'tilt'

Slow I% .


Mr. andl Mi-. l;. \V i;;W i.
lusia avenulie.. I 'tii'tt i l M. .', i
a ten clays ti1, i n'lciinl L' l "(' T '
Petersdburg, I.',s a ir- I ,
and other places \V ;:
they visited tihe 1 ai r. "
af is very gol, l. ; ilth .i \-
hi bita were net yet tiin ',1t I,


Within The City Umits Must
Be Checked.


A NEAR ACCIDENT ON SATURIAY.


1,S;i<. day, and at no very remote day
it that there will be a real accident in
D1ay:ina. Some one will be hurt, maybe
killtl, and then people will wake up to
the. fLict that careless speeding of auto-
'ntiles is a dangerous thing. Some
ruri.:t.s that come here seem to get the
,lotion into their heads that they own
dil th, Iland their machines cover, so, at-
,.*<.rdiniuly, they cover as much land as
,,,-ibjle a. speedily as possible.
(Il, Sathrday afternoon W. W. Hughes
If I rbana, O(hio, who i staying at the
N.tw Y,'rk cottage, reported to Mayor
-' ;iarnai n n ,-.urr-nce which cano near
I +.-,itiing it boedily harm for him.
Mr. lughtvs wazs riding his wheel on
N\la'::oli: avenue near Palmetto, and
'.t- 'n the rxtrneme right hand side of
Sthe -trcet. A large, dark-colvred min-
chi t. W:,, oiming from the opposite di-
,!,ti.n tanil running on the wrong side
-.f tiihc trt't. When probably a hundred
,t t rnrn Mr tlughc' the auto driver
r,. ',(gri/ze.d him l)y three short sounds ,of
thr horn, but Mr. Hughes, knowing that
ii..s %%a iio tihe right side, kept on, pay-
ilng io attentiit,u to the auto, which came
ti;lht .ii :it hii. Htlad not Mr. Hughes
Ittcrallv thirwn himself from his wh',-l
an!l intlo i tri e in the parkage he un-
,i".i'tedlv wul!hi have been badly in-
jurd at tith b \\:i- n,,t Mi any better -hape as the result
, i tf:,1 etn'o'lritcr.
Thife party in tan rischine, the niindwr
*4f \ .iE .Mr. Hlijth,.- was unable t, g't,
L.i jd Ait ,mi in his plight.
1 :.,*ro \\ r<- 'fV'r d eye-witrif'..'- to
A


Announcement.


Sh,'r,.iv tinrillounce niv candidacy f.,r
, tin t the ocfi,'e of ('ity Tnx (',el-
: r :rid r-pectfuIlly ak th,' ~iupp,,rt
''t \vt-.rs at the election of Fh-h. I(0.
W. (;. IN ItBS.


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a.


bme a. AKIK. M. D.


m aUiI

OPUwTOI
iwn 8+
7Iuw.


Lillh School


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McCal's Patterns.


AMTIINY BLOCK*


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V.h


l(lrriW-Q EnT


BARNES
THtE PMOVELTY MAN
Tckeepone M *seem smack=net. a1ftm@6
"e.~2 ~----- ---~~


O al Leaither, Alli-
gator and Seal, in

mS, USES mu BUES
Sme ome of the Bargains
in thi
WINDOW.
CLARK'S s;tm*.


Valentines
on exhlbitiom at the

CURIO STORE
Style and price to suit eveybudy

WALLACE
se000g0 spgirrrrm


PA RASCl

Tokio shapes, etc., on Thursday. Or
and Saturday, Jan. 28th, 29th and

THE PKCH-H ENDRICUS i
COR. BEACH AND MAONOUA STS.. DAYITON.


41Y




$445 E WIll SEL
0 AND IAAI All7 S0 SHOES

a0.oo AND T.OO SHOES


AT 04.90.


WIIY PAY MORE?


i 2= ANTHONY BROS. N%-, I|
We. EA O oPANYo





1 ELLA Dim I COMPANY,


Ladies' Hatters,


Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,


HKIG CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.


SNo. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET, DAYTONA. I


-------- ----------- see
-0 s---------- ----------- see


AI Ladies' Red Cross


and Children's Educator SHOES.


THE


BEACH STREET.


SEABREEZE f,-h. -'.-Th'. HigI
Scbou.l itude-ni. hyd ;,tri's e\jina
with I'roff*s&,r and Mr-. ii ak.A. -i
Frrdai. Tbe dra:: :~. r- g ij%- t:

a t-tc 'a-t rn~ac Afcr iih.K t :e a
pany ad:cjurnf-d t!.e i~rk r*
cjndy pull, i. UU. a a d-. g. fc; t ra%
to anSvri aa-.it~iI~
tr~Lt.
Mr. anld Mrm- C'7: ta a niv f I P

H.~~ ~ (3L W -a & )

t ,na.1 t.M :,a- :. :. -' ag t' b ,r:'
Mr.I b % 1 a 7. I
H-cC g a!r- .Mr- Ma), '. NI 7i>
Sard u- F; r;t artpr !ut*- a,






Du% ri- ,:aacl, a% % .!.*. r l b !;. ,
h a'~d.,.ma' tc.i:. a lth,.-r arrd;
i Ya ng ).i t : x : Ltn J r T -. # a -t S-
rite:.tf Ii. r proprti t Ind cxp-ct-
-rt(-t a e-1id'r n'eor; tfie samir
's rr-i% aLr at the Prin,
1,ws k-rf- M. A. I*tarard and ~~
Ma~'.N Y F. B (;4. and s;f.
I ak -P.a -. \. Y1. -1Itraa. CY A. I1f
foard, IR -T .1'. MIs-ar Jtu a T S.' :.r








l:i:jf:. \ .1 4r-; fn- .l i 5:;- )iT.a N
Y R. W. .Mir__
Sdturda-.-f'r a "'a f!.rA %t~
f roinbie, I Dm5v .

bperid tw. r tur 7; : r:Juu ZL

pW rni Yf T r a-.-, ~ r: d Jin, -n
day Ai;t .ard U.. I L7-: : r.




I -f I-- .** P. M -


GLOBE


DAYTONA. FLA.


- -- - -


Mr. C. H- Mansfield came up
Ifhom Blake Fnday to receive treat-
ient at the Dytona HospitaL
cRaymond Ohl came over fom De
I and where be is attending Seteomn
. niverbity, Saturdav afternoon to
islend SundayJ with his mother in
'this city.


'!. pwright piano wanted for two
months. by an adult, for vocal ac-
coanpainment. Must be in good con-
dilion. Address 1i. G. Elliott, Poet
i Ofce. I aytona.
I James J. Byard, Jr., a prominent
young attorney of Cooperstown, N.
Y.. stopped over in this city Friday
ion his return from a risit to Cuba
I and the Isle of Pines, to visit his
'friend. L. 1. Steere of North Beach
street. Mr. Byard also found here
another friend in the person of C.
IE. Savery. proprietor of The Glenn.
.Mr. Byard departed this afternoon
Pon h;i return north.
,Saratoga Iun Garage, cars stored
by day (.r week. Six-cylinder. seven-
Si-,stig'r Welch and I,,ur-paasenger
Ll:ii,re for charter, hour or trip.
tf:;:r rea_,rnabie, tf
The baaar held Friday afternoon
and evening at St. Marys Guild
Haill by the ladies (f the Guild was
a brilliant success. both financially
airi otherwise. There was a large
attendance and everything was sold,
witlh the exception of some fancy
v.'r ar-titles. About .A175 or 18',


0.
C
C
,


NEW SEASIDE INN
ANr> FT Nf.N I ED ( >TTA<; .S.

Everything Modern.
Homelike and Comfortable
I)irectly on Atlantic Beach.
r Surf Bathing and Fishing
$2.,0 I'4l DAY AND 'tr P


HORACE STEWART
DAYTONA BEACH, .fhIL,

SURF CREST

; ,-.'.. >,-, <, r .i o .., :I .. :. '
I t. $: ,. 1 :. n- '
_I D -. t,,:.,, K, *i F" ,

iAe Princess 6sscna
-a6Troc'r, ./or,-a.
: ,- t : .- .* -. .

:aario .i. .- ,-. r : '
IA 1 \ !.-. -,. -

THE HITE HOjSE COITAG[S,



a .; .. lml \...... ....
a a n a lnr~ rin a~ -


-L pping
4iriii:turp a srk-vialty.
*t:::.L d avefluf*


i Doings
at Daytona


and repairing
N. Erickson.
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TE DATNA DAILY NEWS
pasbhI c- -nerye ng. v1c-pta .!7
dayr. &ro Decimt i to I*pril I.
THU( GAZRTTE-NF_," r, .
T. K T?3QKXALE. EdlOr-M3s(.I..
I- C. D13ARK3. Cttr Yttttor.
C. eHRaRIS. CtuIattloull Mis!,-I-
Gn~o. F. (lizorc. Qupp-rin:1 n,1- T;*.
Ente-red as eheomd-c!n.- :".
ek-mrt-r 191K a; h.
flrtens. Fla. A.! r.- .~- ~
Mar-h .



'BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


F. W. POPE
Attorney and Counsellor at
0 Law.
SPraclIc- In tate and '.-u r ,"f.-r
0 OFFWI-CE OVER POSTOFFICE.
STelephb'.n'- -4 "

T. E. rltzg-raid F ,''-
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at L-a%%
Special Faeilitif-s for Exa..-:.. ..:
Perfecting Lard Tit:.-
Office in Conrad Building. i't.:. -
--m-- ---m-m----omoo omom
S0. A. KLOCK, M. D..
* PfVSIncA A%D St /iEk% 0
* A-, -ni-td iit: a K. M.Fcrryu-r M. 0 )
* ,r'( t l tt,-nl -', .:. : .
* ,fl~.- Hour-: .
* &h.d 7o',. -.

E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.

Fourtb Door cst Pustr .f,;c
P h i<,:;. -. ... .


ROY HOWE. M. D. :
Physician and Surgeon =
-* -*_' -r) --., i :.! 7
* '-*..** Hra. : -
'S aO aTrh .a Ip. .


Beach SEABREEZE SANITA-.UM0
OC*jEAN b0t L.A.E% b
D1'1*TouNA BEACH, Feb, b8,-M and R.v.or I ,
lr- Iubtl*11 and daughter, mrs. Stan.
Y -y H. 1lASrt, had a PleaSaLnt trip to Ns-w C. C. BO H-%. St.OI ). % t fLj
r: rria yesterday 7 4
S Mrs.Freemian, wh1, L&5s been the
irue~t 3mrs. Poweli for some time, re-
:tur:.d 'd terdaV fromri _Cev.t- days L C. C. BOHANNON.
t: 1'.1rm Beacd_. PAhycianerndJu I --
1' M.s a Iraaces Sent.r. of DaIltL. t& c
.riretd Ti.ur.-day and has taken ro,-,mz .r
I 'it t:.*. r.:.' of C. E. SparberT Va_ 0
'rL,r4 ar&d ii PsSerie'rd, c~f
(',:iv, cc'Uris Of Lz rs Pow~iI, *inu.u1u u.........u..
;r i~r:* : :.j arrive thl- week.
*J.:~'. Crige WV. L Crigler ariiJ : DR. F. H. HOLUGHTON
;, bvii. Tenn Ir. andItrs.
B :-, B fdgpart, Conn.; Mr. and Wre. 0DENIST
j. I' 6rand Ra pi& Mich.~., ar(., 9 WS
'e ar.t rivals at thf Wit' lloure. ~ 0 '405 I
C. ( Ja-quc and wife agve takcn thf: *E.U.U*UOE@E@I0EEI *U
rparti4rts h at tLe HiriE EJ
1 r) ear, aerA,% H. EUGENE JOHN._--SON.
.W. L. Bicycle Livery.
.; ~ t- tak- r(oms at LL' Wiic x .
H'arris w a euc at tiBicycle Supplies and V.. pairs.
Lx g:.~X:i t Ifarri5 Wa.' a guesjt at tY- ',.
Mr. ar.d Sir-. J. W.IN'. jar%-, Comme and See.
.Friday aftero-onV'T
J. L:. 'c:J i= having L~ i'it
tr ar-a. inl thre Br--,
r 2 Jiv:9icon 'r E~ar! street, under- DR. EDITH B. S E M \ k f.!,.
:-:.- and grubbed. A
j, 1 :-i yans and _oo nwho spent tvfera!
L%,.- at TI.. PnLur-t thse fire part q(f
;r .ek, ]eIt I- riday fur -New6 0 o THIRD A% EN [. Ic- i *: t
-ni f-war3t ws over fr,,r, s
1i-.- '-:t arlt aa ~T TJ r)* L-tan ~~~~~~~~~~~~
*' r lart off ia t ';4#ek and 1 0 .Tt
-. kir og ov. r her fatiisr'- r;,-w W. J. F W ,j 1,
r. -'-a")retze beach. -
Nr.-If -.~ l :.a~ accir~pted~ A Po~Lit. ..* 11H-
M .1M--. J. B AbercromL* in her rarn- A

a S:x r' j a pund (,a nte
1%1:. L Ling qui:e -;ate," at.r t
a r.brrx- gro..r% -tore Vt, r.ave 9 DR. ON I
I~ ~t 's
$4 (Xi Osteopath

,17 go
*U.US&L, 1 0Eo~eESU.UTAUre


M. SHUFRO, THE l1 o I
TAILOR.
Besch aiMinkS1 6s
Suits Made to Order From $18 Up.
.%- d de ir,;iWe by white help.
-TI ES CLEANED AND PRESSED
-Ilir:) F bNzR RPRICa-A.
W-k .-I 1:..41 f.or 41- -l vtr. d.

So FELED
Formerls %itb le Bros... Ffth Ave.
and 31St StrStj. er Yrt
IL.A I)IES* TAIL R,
N. ~a Beawc Stref. %mr '44Nwt CA.
DAYTONA. VLA.


V. MHALL
!_A(Vc~ ciinJ ~iPlder.


FOR SALE. 9: ; .
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FOR CHARTER. ieasurer acht
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KODAK
DeIo:1uping. Printing
and Film Supplie--
i


AnderSon & Clark :




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N~t T 1% DAI
I BIli-tinith arad Ct-a'
Shop in Connoctio
I CFO A. FOYE. Proopt


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REPORT OF CONDITION


VOI SIA ( CO)TrNTY BA
I .PffLA u. lI.JPIDA. AlNO


NIER(IA~m ANK.


IAYTII'A. VAPMIDf..


AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JANUAiVY 27. Mo


RESOURCES


L"1: 3 and d wct,in # i -;I


S-cwks auDi r n!-


Overdrafts.


LIABILITIES

...i;38
Lili' ir1 Dli-
ToU
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Banking Hounse at. i

Dairt V ( 1;
Real Estate


Cash n Lan-l a'
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THE BEE IVJ
Dry Goods,
Ladies' and ( tGnt's Furnishiags, Se, M
oGVE LS A CALL. J. %%. FLI.GHA. %Ns*@r*

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I'iRESi ( SToCK


Reed Chairs and Rock


All'I' 11117


FURNITURE EMPORIUM OF


wBINOAM & MALEY WCHNPIRTJ
Dont Fall to Ptt p Jeats -as odes


DAYTONA ICE COMPANY


ICE


LEW swim


Abs-olutely Pure-
.Made from Distilled
WAater.


SOur '\a2Z.,nl make Trirs Daily.eu1
--- WOSunda-.. to all parts of
DAYTONA, SEABREEZEI. *.:'."a\I) and DA -TONA BEAML
Ice for Boats Delivered at !an i,,,.k Sacked or Lome. '
OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant.r "PI iaim


0 0 0 00" CO- -seo -s-..-.-
ST RE91 A ~ '
CST PT Oothe Trade Who Lke Goo
FRK. Proprietor.
WE ARE sul ,, \r 'kR THlE
--- ~ :Famous Royal Scarlet anJ Curtis Bros.

uuse. AIiE E'S C 0And Like P. T. Barnunm \\ c \-r%
J\t(AK'; Adtertise L nl~-~ Me ,hi Sho


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STABLES IT[ I CIIP r DIP ID M UD IruumIn


SIA iLATIIT IT II!. IKllmrani


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\\. B. TAILEY
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1 Aa.,-ai>% a.l.


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N TUNA
ri"'T" No. 8 Beach Street. I);i tnai. F
ieto,
Automobiles and (iasnline En

*: il)iamonJ I ,r. i' ".' ;
and Spark, I'lP ,
Discounts Allowed the Tra
Secondhand Cars takt.n n n :.-. .--. : r
E HiA. om*omomomomomomomomomomomommo*.loam.on,


FIVER salvo

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GMrr&M AV
*rchmat TviteaU 8 speak*
AN VWk dam by eorimm
buMs and garurel n
a m da mw de Qsamhmg
mimWgtid a-
Wm* 0I9 fOS r and Gdnthma
PRONM U


GARAGE


S. B. GREEN.

Proprietor

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tSICVtlU
I WA

YtL Hoare w, DasV*r k Moth.

Columbia Racyce,
Iver Johluon and
* National Whesbw

I 22outh Bech Street
I Opposite Yacht Club


i'e CAWVE
DAYTONA, rLA. -

NAVLA AA STICA


I ..CIGABS..

SOur All-Havana Smokers are a
g specialty-largest and best
for the money.


BOATS PMIB

A ood w4 hew m yawu


Located north of Cstral b i*


F. A. ROOT


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4TEINDIAN~tr*W FLA The Modern
Fwui&W En~vft-view R oom& Running Hot and
oMid Watk-r. White &ervift

Ouraums. GUM, 5.11 ad Power Boata.
Trmr Tn zIux i y, it ,rvs4~.sourighL IU


- -.


LRATOGA INI
j I the Mst Beautiful Spot on the Halifax Rive
JOHN J. McOUIRE, Proprietor.,
FITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or E-n Suite
N No better in Florida. Table of the best ,of evtryi
Term as reasonable as the service nill permit, girv

pa GARA<.F. in ( nnectioin with the hotel. Storal
'rtk. Special arrangements will be mane with g


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- -
The Minneapolis
Bread VermW4s. LArre Shae Tra.
RATES 2.oo te Sj.oo PER DAY.
St'F'IAL HAT H BT YWIKK.
"I- P.'" nh tvlllh Ptret'r. PhoIne t1
J. P. SAWTELLE. PmW. MIAMI. RF.
LAL&ALAALAL,-,


"V


wonders


hr. 9! EDyta.'6 IUnrai or O I Beach.
S One of Daytona r crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
**everset foot upon its smooth, packed
Stands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
Scycle over its expanse; no one who ever
kN drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
r. Upon its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo-
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
wi th washed and surf-packed sand but real-
thing ised that it is a world-beater, a world-
en on wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
ge by :'by in joyous mood, and answer whether
guests I this is not one of the seven modern


I


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U S = S *O*04 I


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2-


For Comfort,
For Pleasure,
For a Rest,
;TAT

De Land
The Hmmdy Com.
R. E. BROI N. orts0thlaemI w=tI
Jeoplrl "tor. the Ceavenlene of
a Modern lp-t-date Hed.
ACCOMMODATION Rates a.3o Dar
------ Special by week


h~RCsot "Hotel Palm Beach."
lbs Worl,
, I th ~rMte r p Uodrw tt Hi 4 2; id [A t 1 ( ':iio. Adjoins FatViiIou04 "oiln-
v rhht you exrwvp*. if -rtpvi*. 'I f-pleuuor of Fruit%. nild Flow
( wlt. (,git'. a 1ev hour- Ihs r ,iir Ir iAo h %traiin or I wit thmt vi (011
NNOW4Lkee. Nxket. 'I I P.: .ii i1,;wh BoatLml.aniditHI~O1
mob dfts.U


E@~~U@E0UinE0E@ESEI


rrL ASt. Augu-
FEL urN IA Florid
Select Family Hotel. All Modern Improvements.
wtltb Priflnt* nth tt1,:,t Accommodations for 300 Gi
Meav, llrutors. d&.
a.1 ANI UPWARD PER DA\ i, .ll. I- T % I, 1. Wit, for
Sp.ed W)y. Xl42149!lkN,kl t.
PALMER & MACIMHIWELI-. Proprietors.
mlllgoll*****^******m*mom*** momomoo***l


inuuuuuu. em..-... inuu~m... mew, uwinw


MOTEL PERKINS I
'B m- Jono 1. l3ook
S -WAAIIINGTON STS.
RltAND, OREGON
- t1wRoawsC (Y l
at Moetrate Ratep.-






tie


the Ru'etneas and
- Rooms v-I 11 tmI to
Ingi.. IHit an dlt
meet In everv rnat
,We (;rillN11-i
and ('oninit-"Clri1
Plan. Ratok. S
orrettponden ueeq -S4.
. CO.. Proprietors
Inage`r


THE WELLINTON HOTEL
4)r. Wbash Ave. & Jacks..Bout.
CHICAGO


$1 5 "ii 00l 1,Al 0 tit ( Ot 4 (, If
$150,000


hot and Cold Running Water and Long
I)i-tancc 'Phones in all Rooms.
"* |I cl|ii- lIa' with Iitw tIIA
I>:,1,- ^}!.i, ;'r ili I'pwiri-
i ,,. t ,i 1 i' "2.1', T; in l f. lt 10(ii%i t, lNtiIln
i ,' l .i, ,; \ fi"liIti lid Il dlins
M c.it- Nto ck ,l loi .,. i, ;ilid P rilllir-
McClintock & Bayfield, Prop,


I l


I To DELAYr i Automobile forSale

.. t. ^ Almost New Reo Runabout,
up that Cold ith Folding Back
uptht_ Seat.
I *' x114 I'M W PEOPLE AN't "K KK.

II ARiUT-.CLASS'COV.TO
0 c I i ih St G ., Tig.' ';s ishts Genera-
.- '- all -_ ,


gOSO. I
iM Am- IA


Ter mftS At Am Tihe Pl et Out.
Here is where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season.
Auto the biggest, the fastest and the
finest are on daily parade and the big
show is as free as the pure artesian
water from the thousand flowing wells.
It is a continuous show with constantly
shifting scene. You will probably catch
the spirit and when you do the roads
and the beach are yours. The Florida
sunshine is free, the balmy ocean
breezes are free, the birds and squirrels
and flowers are free, the sparkling
fountain water is free and you will have
to go down in your wallet only for coin
for the auto and bed and board.
This is no fanciful picture; it's all
here. It is drawing other thousands
and holding them enthralled, it will
charm and hold vou. Come and see.

**o*loOlU@EOU@EOlOE@Eme*lO


wuouer. m
The PacMd. Pelucid Halifax River.
Where think you is water with more S t
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a t
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta- ,
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve- a Ko0
randa's looking out upon her bosom, .
gamey food fishes in countless numbers o Ware
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod 0 are we Ar
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck 0 of close at
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, ERS need
which sit about as if for the sport ofi enviable r<
bobbing upon her waves; watch that FIg CT
lubberly old white headed pt lican peiFh FIK
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk stirt- g Anyone
gling upward with his floundering load strict atte
he snatched from the water. 0 ders for Dt
See the beautiful launches, spick and willgetita
span, their hampers and lockers bulging PLACE, t
with refreshments both solid an liquid that mak(
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful a Specialty.
surface Take out your field glass and All work
sweep the river from Ormoud bridge to hours if ine
Pocc Park light hou' e, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of U
beauty and a joy forever, and one of R |i
the modern wonders.
The EnchantIngl) Pcturesque Ridgewood. Eastmi
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of -.aclic
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-snro'ading branches of the --........


Stine, 0,heavy-trunk(d live-oaks extend their
a. giant arms across this magnificent vista,
forming an arch, and from these extend-
I ed arms great festoons of Spanish loss
guests sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
Illu- m fan them. Looking straight ahead down
0 this white sliell strm.c.t one has theiim-
* -o- pression of a fairy path with clfi-'h dra-
.peries. but as you move along and cast


m m w an eye first to th *left you see distinguished cottage homes
in the most delightful seTtings.
* Surpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes.
No one of Daytona's attractions, per-
I haps commands inore nearly universal


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 themn.and
as the architecture of one section of the


rictly

lak Shop.= ."
uot Portrait Artists, nor
t Dealers but 10 years 0
mention to the KODAK- I
s has won for us the
'putation of bling

CLASS FINISHERS. I
desiring good work and *
nation paid to their or-
-veloping and Printing,
tLESESNE'S KODAK *
le only shop in town
s the Kodak W\ork a

finished in 2-1 hours, 12
eessary. 0


LESESNE
in Kodak Dealer,
SHtrl t. n' ril :ki A \ .. U
DAYTONA. FLORIDA. *


-- -- m 1 m minm m --


Mrs. Win. LarJntr last
turlnedl to) her home on
atnvenue from th( I )avtonal


Wveek re-
Palmett


Mrs. M. E. Iiardtcnj berg \, h ii-
bheen at Lake I hlerl ftor aliuitw,
weeks returned to ).ivtoyia Sait iila\
and is again with Mrs. E. A. lBark:kt
on South Ii fidge\,oil a\'cmite.
J. B. Moore, E. 'T' ('onraiI, \V. S


country differs frumn the architecture of IRodgers and llert P'llhntt miadle ;
another so do our homes differ in out- fishing and hinting trip t o tli ;l-
ward appearance and structural beauty gooxn Saturday aboard thlo Granl
from one another. Thert are no monoto- lerris, expectili to) retinm' t.idav.
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
but the eye, an it sweeps Iy, is treated I desirable building logt- ;it .SiIv i


to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
'the mind wondering "Whint next'.''
Streets and Pavements the Most and Best.
Why thie Architect of the I niver.e
chose to give to Daytona thte most ad-
mirable, the most picturc-'sque natural
setting of all thp- cities of the, South is-
not revealed but that suc-h is a fact
must be applar('nt to the mnost superficial
observer. With such lavish wealth of
natural beauty it It-cane an easy thing
for the hand of man to give the little
finishing touches wvhiii have brought
out the color and outlirits off tliet lig
picture.
Mi:n (lid all thi- in tiie laying out -fd
S. ". 1- .....;... ....


l4each, near Aultoni,lile ( ii,
for sale at attractive piricts.
to T. E. Fitzgeraltl.


* 1121


(;eo. i". S Im itli li:i liI l !i
grounds in ll the rear ;,.'f ti, i)"tli.t!
cleaned iup and iput iiin g' ,( shal;pe
whli(h niighit he follh)vc 1 bvy ,Illier-
in tlie neighborhood to great ad\vaim-
tage.
.\ (cruising party in in ('ontli iipla-
tioni for l)oints. in tlihe lorida 1I %.',
about the 19th or -',tih, tlbat \\ill I
('lude the I utcehess. th!e .1 alen 1. 'I'
('oirad's inew boat an. d p -siil-
several others.
l'> invitation of t i i t ii,i i lt ii It1


tie streets Vwithi Lia-r %.l i l. to he cginillren of he k il.iir .';r,;..ii
parkage, thoi'e ite cit lIe-os a (. l AI .(
great pa r edt tile mnatinice at tlilte ,(;it l I' i, ii
And aH for ltl".ll- tIt nt:'-, Show Saturday. aitd it was ,,.i. .
that look and a, t lilke graliit(',-- her"e i
"Were great I ', t et tie a rl.l n l. a 1i:i~t' v
else, between the, ew:i.'rn iindl ,e:.terin r ,
seas are so' mnyn il's in lroplorto(in lito I,, n a! ti.tr ,,, h,
inhabitants Ti"lll -,li uniheard-oIf B
place report-s l, llr,' :rind l ttt-r. l)aytona ict lres'
throws dc,\o n the g:tuntlet 1t, tho world. ',R l \ I- I-: r ,' i* '. 1 i


rooms, itluatetd ;it Silv\'tr


I ~e;it'lj lie-di'


S#4u Iaut)n tile r ~cl liib b ii.-,; I i. t
11tit( vkr in '- t hio'wc' ver ljtii-li ,' ,t r \ \c ii0 ''!ie nished. ( arage awl se ivat's .r
lmay be to i'trty ltiiiimg-. tit,' mit.-rc it-mni- t(o-rs. I mental, fii llr ili -
tion of "s 'uirrcl:- :'id tlNw, rs. birlis aHi(i ,1uire of T. E. Fi",. .I/...er ..


NEWS OFTHE HOTELS

U7 ---ui


ITHE ---LAREND-N
=,THE CLARENDON


0


The Despland.
Among the arrivals at the Despland N
over Sunday were, J. C. Verties, *
Palatka; J. H. Murziers and wife, 'De-
troit, and Mrs. J. F. McAnley, also of 0
Detroit; E. R. Bradford and wife, De- *
troit; J. II. Johnson, R. G. Chidsey, -
New York, G. Hoover and wife, Taylor- m
vile, II.1 ; Miss Katherine Radcliff. andg
Miss E. B. Radcliff, Cincinnati; R. L.
Barley, St. Charles; C. G Perkins, Hart- 0
ford, Conn., A. F. Brown and wife,,a
Augusta, Ga.; Frank Elmore, and Miss
J. M. Gardner, Hartford, Conn.; Mr. rs
W. W Boyer and Walter Boyer of 0
Interlake, N. Y.


The Ridgewood.
The following new guests arrived at
the Ridgewood over Sunday. E. I,. Stone
and wife, George Hook and wife, C. A
Robinson and wife, Mrs. G. W. Talson,
and Mrs. J. T. Stone, all of Wheeling.
W. Va.; A. M'\ Nulty, St. Paul; Henry
Jellisel, Dover, Del.; L. Jacques, New
York; P. Wright and wife, Oswego.
N. Y.; Mr. andi Mrs. H. T Perkins and
child and Mrs. E. D. Perkins, Bridgt-
port, Conn.; Edward O'Neil, Philadt!-
phia Melvin Montgoniery and wife,
Silver Creek, N. V.; Mr and Mrs C. J.
Bruce, Columbia, S. C.
A troupe from the Davtona Colored
Industrial School will give an entertain-
nir t t t the Ridgewood on Friday
c\'f'iiin .


Schmidt's Hotel.


The following arrived at Schlnidt's
Hotel on Saturday and Sunday, H. B.
Clark, New York; J. B. Collins New
York, E. W. Fish, Boston; George I1.
Mc(Grery, St. Augustine, and DI)r. S. D.
Weil and wife of Ilot Springs, Ark.; who
have come to I)aytonai for a few weeks
stay after spending their honeymoon in
Cuba.
William lhoke of Grand Rapids, Mich.
who together with his youngest soii,
Williami, is spending several weeks at
S-hlmidlt's Hotel, is an old schoolmate of
the lite I) A. llodgett of Ridgewood
.ivenie, this city. Mr. iloke is 82 years
of :gec, but sti,l as active as a boy. l1
is tlc fatheicr of fifteen children, the
yiunIrig( t of wiii ih, \illiitmi, is with hini
in l >):t\'nt~m.


The Prince George.
Tie n,.w arrivals at The Prince t(;ergv
ln S;iturd:ty and Sunday were the ful-
I,iiM_-: Mrs. Margaret Stephens, As-
ury I ';rk, N. J.; .. ii. (;raves andi
wife, ;mnd Miss Virginia (,;raves, Birm-
intarim: Mrs. J. Dow, Daveiport, la.;
Mi-s Ma:,le Moore, Ilontztdate, l's.; Mr.
ii'l Mrs. T.. ('. Syrnotl, Sitoux City, I;a
Mrs. .Johtn Miller, N. Y.
l'lThe gue'.t of 'I'lie I'rince- George en-
j,'v( (i a tc'('hre party given at that hotel
nil Siat urdlay evening. A pleasant evt'en-
ingr \v is spent at cards, the prize. being
w ( I, tlhe following: iirst ladies"
priz.c Mi." Ewiing, of Seyniour, Indl.:
tir.-t '-rits' )rize, D)r. McNeil. New York;
-~c,,nmi ladiit,' prizes, Miss M Muller.
New Yok, and Mrs. James E. I)amon,
S:iln I ra ri i.-co, aindl the booby prizes by
Mli.s Kate Miil, .r and Mrs. A.ldrews. of
Ne'A' ,ik.

The rirst Pantomime.
.,?,l::i 1:i,-i .!':i flith' r ,dlt ,,f ,ri l'iuc'-
:' : t i -l' -! illtlt,11111ii!4' e e .q seet'll II
T-.1:lj-1 -4 "1i' S mi \\ nis Ierf,,ri'u ,d ion
I,(--. -i, 1 717. i, t the theater In I.ln
, ',,ii"' biin I':!tls. ;l,-l ihad found him-
ri-lf It1i:1ild' t ',i :let Ie w ith the legltl
i '!'' dr':i t':i ;t I irury l iine. so lie lbe-
)lri,,-i!it li.wi''4tif I lthe ,comni Inaslue's
, .:i i yillv ., trforneI d In Lorido4n and
,,r.!,li:41 N \\itii their scenll,' and me-
i hil):tI':a! effets thile mnnneuvers of the
[,:iilt,1iilnii !:;ilte '. T'le result w as
"'If:irrc'lllrn Fxe,'uted." which the ad-
\cli i;-,li; it f tl!::t dlly described as
*:" iit\\ Ivtill;in iine' Sctne. between
'i s. "iramituet'h. 1I hiarltjuin, a country
f;irniir. hik wife anHd others." There
:s a;il li he business with which we
\\,Ir- f.m!il:i:r from childhood, huts
tni'Ied into ItilH,'t's4. ships Into gar-
il'i-, hi' is'-s. liitn, trees. ()f course the
".:;ries, sstuletnt of the drama" pro
',., 4i1l :;,1::iIIst tilts Iinnli atlio but
ir;',.|i. (',lumblne & 'o. have


MR FRED MAUHS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y., i
has arrived with his corps of assistants and opened The Clare-
don Bath Department to the public. U
Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths, f
Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths,
Steam Massage,
Given at all hours by the very highest grade of Professional Opera- a
tore. The only place south of Washington, D. C., where these baths 3
may be obtained. 0





HOTEL DESPLAND I


Daytona, Florida


Now Open for Season 1908-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.


Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. lRooms Ensuite.
Every Modern Convenience. Send for


Service Excellent.
Steam Heat.
Booklet.


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4 I)AYTrONA, FLORIDA.
4K ile Home Tab1` lo1~ I~teliorltful
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STHE hliise is .hiarimin,'lyv sitat,(I (,n Ridgew(Ol Avenue, the high
est andi muost t lcaltllfil i very ta.sthfiillv iawl (, n foti:lilv furni.hlied and is mXodern in
crey res['fct. 'li<'ll vct'tallts arc frm trlihe Rilgewood garden,
am1i native fruits, i h o in aluitlance, are a feature ,f
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STHE BENNETT

Modern and First-class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths. j
I Entire white e Service. Northern Cooking. I
llllllll2ll 4 tI Ii A. H. & E. LANE, Proprietors.
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Iacing the Halitla. hlilf lIS[itk from St .M)odern Imprccmcnts. \\ hitr Hilp. Northern Chef.
STerms $2.(X) and upmvard. Weekly Rates on application.
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HAS HIS SAY.


Editor Da tons Daily News:-My at-
tention has been called to the article in
your issue of last Friday referring to the
Daytona Bridge Company. That the
public imay know thie truth 1 I 'g to
state that thi only reason for postpon-
ing the annual meeting of the Bridge
C(iAmpany was toI await the arrival of B.
I.. Armstrong, who is secretary and


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we votes in the Bush-Safford Piaao Contest.


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TELEGRAPH


IS MISSING.

The Wes!tern Union telegraph office
advises that wires are down and the
service crippled beyond repair today.
This means that the Daily News is Dt
able to give you the news flashes from
all over the world as- has been its cu.tomi
since the Daily began publication The
The Daily News service is such that
every day all the inlportanlt news hap-


Entertaltment for
Young and Old.....


AMUSEMENTS


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Crystal Theatre.
(MVKT RM THrUIF.


VAUDEVILLE.


ALL THIS WEEK.


Broo0ksTominoson


Complete Change of
Program.


NEW PICTURES EVERY NIGHT.

Regular Matinee Tuesday and
Saturday at 3:00 p. m.
Best week of the season
Complete change of program
every night.
-itguhltr Matineef Hiturdn y at 3 p. in.
Admission lOc. Night 15c.
DI)oa ()OV:N AT 7:00 P. M.


BOWLING ALLEY.


Thei tiot popular
I ndlor game (or


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


A ft roe Hill it 1 l 4- selling .


Nti. 11.


BA('H MTR EET.


Wilmans


Opera House


SEABREEZE


Owing to unforseen circuir-
stances the


LYMAN TWINS
will not be here till later in the
season.


INDIAN RIVER ORANGES
Yuol.t..a" Grape Fruit and
none 't Tangerines.......
--clean n id brlghlt--ioi, .rl,i ir i'il-t.
BOX TRADE
SOLICITED "'" '"'"" '" ""i".i"
^Uu~l~i Irl ',i<. l i ,i;, :,t.,id e ,i, .
OEORGE H. MUNROE
GROWER AND SHIPPE~i
126 S. RIDOeWOOD AVE.- Da)tona. lIa.


Where to Go and
What to See........


"GATOR MOVING


0 PICTURE SHOW..


TO-NIGHTI


Complete Change of Programme
l~very Night.


The Great


Clements and Lee


Comnpaily,


tiih Class Vaudeville and Cim-
cdy Sketch Artists.

fiUtlE CINIiES Of PROGRAM.
\ i',..: :'ii i:t i i. rni Start to F sin sli.


Ne % Pictures Daily.


'1 ,. I'. I I ,. I'IA sN I .I .
SHOW EVFUY NIUIT
Admission 15 cents.
Doors openly at 7:00 p. m.


Billiards and Pool.

CIGARS AND TOBACCO
largest stock, greatestt Number Brands.
Cigars to please anyone
I1. iLAi)AS, STREr.


Fruits, Candies, etc.
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REAL ESTATE
BARGAINS


Silver Beach Property
Furnilhid bou.te of It roomn; nMd provenent- anmf vacant property. on Hn:ilif '
Avenue. near the Autolmlobile 'huh hou*l-.
For m'!e at a htrtignln on en-y terms.
T. E:. FI'r. i If ur. ,


Ye-nrm m.o, I e41.t III
liii."' ill


T 1i1 VIIIIIVIIva
lm Ul7" h..r ,. t ,a dl there i r mx ll for ^v tl
other go dl If.lows otn thte .i-,, t 11k. Myt'
neighbor. linvee for ri- >r *%-''r. l- r- iui- 11
Cottage lulAt. at prifh-t- Ihitt iV. *0 tl,.-
counted the millenlunm.
tifth nnrriC,4tt"Urnl ol m-
IWO CO UI IR v pletehv; .in ,,tat fit
the corner of Origac. and Palmetto avert-u-
-one of the most deslrable e'ornierI in Pay-
tona: one cottage 7 rootinl, lh" other t: bath
and all other conveDlence4. Pric. lu.eie.- fior
both and asnapat that. If you ar,. lin.er-
ented and desire to hook at the p-op.rty.
call on or address, C. M. Binghain. ('try: or
Blngham & Thompuon. Agents.


F
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'or Sale or
Rent. awI
3 Wut h Riftw~A


FIVE-ROOM
jLarge Lot in
IF'1Ol 't4A1.L0.. Iq rc s s mi:
Cu\ic)\o Pt PL IrSTAi
NoW.kA.3S. a
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'BUILDING tonSs
I o f11 1 f er o r n. L aMc
Iman** Addltion to V1
141114)1114tMe vuooqt fraimbb
Ci .11 KItegewool avenue. AS
li ouulmne. Fer prlcs, L
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BEAUTIFUL WIlTEDI
,'2-e4atry on,.r in I yt a
tlxturs-. ho t Mimcold 9 1
:,flit c~.uiwnted cellar:
p.rfeetr eenler; ew~ry e
_rounl~l4I4 -wit 1 OflSE 0 a0
t.mmlli% court: 4 'ltua1e
plIetevv furnlesh,-d. mI
dro-%%: Wifil nY 11 ('.. 71 -
Mo.. or W. M. .14HA
tonab Florid:.

CATARRE


Ormond or Ormond Bea
EITHER IS A DELIHiTFUL PiICE IN
WHICH TO OWN OR RENT A HOME.
i Let mie slow you o011i of Ithr plI. I II rf \ 11. 1 ptin th i h nu uy a a

MACON THORNTO0


REAL ESTATE


ORMOND and ORMOND BEAC


tra.isurer of th,, company, who is ex- openings of
pPe(ted to arrive in Daytona early in this office li
Mareh. if not before. All the parties in to press and
interest understood thbL perfectly. i here on one
It iqriL.e rnp tat 1 T1 V- Stillman. e m*. >.... l.


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mIe v nllU nrw i ar tle igriltict
eight lip to the hour for goinil
d while yvu :ire way down
corner of the continelnt vyoi


IL C2.4i im o m_ T ile ilt 1 i. I iotIIIUlla l Lai l ll lilt" i i t I'i t' lC)y ) Lt'pllTi I
places himself in a very ludicrous posi- close touch % ithi tlhe little I Dailv.
tion, to say thl. least, if he is authority
for tile statement that I was present at
the meeting this article of Friday re- RIlES ARE GAINING ON
ferred to. It i. a well known fact that I
am president (of this comnlpany, and, if I DAYTONA HIGH SCHOOLl
had been picse,'it at this meeting it
s-ems to me that "i' place was iii the I l
chair, and Mr. Stilliirun's usurpatioin o(
this position, and thle acticli t;lak-i. Elks Coming Too-- Eastern Star
would hliv.' been unparliamientary in th, Strong Also---- Kingston
extreme
Mr. Stillman and his friend, it seems. School Gains.
had gotten toge-ther, without mny kn l- Although tee re no re tat
Altlhough thle(re were no r'allv .-turt-
edge, and decided on what they wanted .
.(-, r lty devO'hpinelits in the 11i:.1h & Safford
t o d oi ;tri (d a il e t () m v h o us a l id a t1 -. .,,
S1 iano (intest with the li Iust coun t .till
temlpted to Iihold a "'snap' me nietinli. 1 .... ,
tempted to hold a g. every idiction is of a: tighitrlinire III)
refused to have anytliing to do with of the racially .
.. tilof the race. e. l irlall y im Il;1't<,n;: .
Iiecting unlil wt. could g't a full luo- ( ....
.t.n .. .1 I t lt fllie;r Hites made a ain o ;(4 0i()H on
rum. at ll( illinitl'rcst ed participating. It ,. ,,. i .i ,
was important that S .. Ariitrrig bh Sthr lDa ona llich e lio.'l, the l.aetl(i
pr- ti andt el nvrndt, untr ar aiit e h a lurte vote, and i the Elk-
prie 1 gneamed ;iltout 5 000 m Mis1: 1 t PI. t
St(H( 1 .i '
stoa.l, I Morgan, their neii tlre.st iiI, liti ,r. Tl e
lored Industri'alSl oe ito .. .i.c. l the
St illman iiiried tine thint he had con e i
i Itaptist parsolinagte
for the i urpeo.e of hol(iine 11 meeting I utd of 1 L\ *.>
.t, r -* hhi ,( Outside ,,f ).ivtr th,. l*% rig~t,r,
and I l1-ft t he Us. iont -diately? up),n school gained over I2,') O on \\Wii,:tli-
i,'fiis'iig teo part iip te', antibefore an Opera House aid Miss Sallie l i,,l:tiii
a"ti" "adI-en takt i Aft c passr.n-d Miss Ruby_ Spiutlding. No ,tli,'.r
parturr, there' was not, of course, t Oiar pang.soi s uredoub, yof at,,,,a.
change's occurred out ide of I)Datona.
quoruir, and nothing that was done at i ,
W ith a new count excryV day. (or tl-
th it tim- was legal. Immediately upon e .il t
most every tiay, IHopli' will Inb l.i t(
B I. Arlmltrong's arrival I inteRd to, .l ", .
i abli- to( foll tiloW (e c'ol te'st, alimi to) it .,
call the r.,eeting and transact all tbui- .1. .
i. -L ; the gains m; ido los< of I a i V:iIi.its c.alli-
ns-i that Iclinls 1'fore us in the proper didlat-.
miannecr.
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I LOCAL ITEMS.:

Senator Washburn, of Cincinnati,
Passed up Beach street at noon with
two handsome fish of about three
p('un1,s8 each which he had jlist
landed from the Halifax.
SrAI 11,M'IlILE EOR (i'lCnARTER-Fotir
'cy'linider Stevens-Duryea, hour or
trip, (call Morgan Hlouse, phone 11.
Mrs. I. li. awson, who returned
to the city last week, accompanin t
bvy her niece. Mrs. (. A. Stark, of
i cincinllati, (hio, has rented and is
cCt'pll)ying the Robbhins house oII
So(tl li achi street.
For sal at 'l bargain--two gen- 3
'iators anid a I ushmore center
.:circhlllight for automobile. Apply
to I ailv News. if
'I'le "('heotalah," that hias been
;clc,,redl at the Gille dock for some
days. started to leave for the south
tins morniimig, hiut one of her crew
i. A I i 1 I .


Il:i i ,s tiger )roKeo wn111ie casting
(ill. iie'tc'ssitatirig' a (lay's longer stay

Fr(rc,,l Mi.lielin tires; all firsts,
i, -M'('oitls., For sale at the Atlantic
Ml,,t(ir Car (,o. and Central G(arage.
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strif,. and unpl,.asantn(.ss, in ~lhiIi iI ;U U UU U U .
t;,ink, hc i. isappointLed. ll

Ri. d ARMSTpi;SPECIALTIES OF THE CONRAD GROCERY COM

JOHN ROBERT PARKINSON OUR DAILY MARKET QUOTATIO S:

MEETS ITH AD ADENT ARMOUR'S ITHE NATIONAL BISCUIT

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W'as Playing Horse When He Was Ar:r- ., I .,: ;;.
Thrown To The Gjround-Dr. Ftll ii: r >1 'I I IC
P. Benn Star Hams and Bacon s nCAKES A
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.1. l1. l'arkiison of the Iiotel I lirn toqi J'lhC Tl, : .
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