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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 11, 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: VID00311
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FOOLING. WITA IT AGAIN!


WCAws tMake atcatI
SThe ball game yateurday between n
i Daytona and RKoWts Colbe was later-
i at whi t hour no ng throughout. Both lids worked )I
io-ds entrance bard but in the ten long hlaming itber
d 0sNed the de,:side was able to pih the one uutle run,
S Of currncy nmeeemary to win. o.er the plate mad so
-f l neat jobtbe long rows of big plump goo e .
m sawt" in ths grew the full length of the scom ow brd. n
cra~mi ii ln k The battery for tim home team, was,
-' utH Fd FletF; for roIUM, Wldhamn '--
dbevole or di^r-^ mand Barnes, ad at thw ad ao the first
a wdow w in n inin it was evideat that it was to be a
d. n battle of batteries.
b b t1e f uRpm Bollins was in goo practie and ip-
S. ported each other with rather more
W be disover.d system than did Daytona but this
re brdkkary had was to be expected as the Daytona
team had had no practice It would lLLL
so far a seem that with a few practice games
ad oaly related. Daytona ought, to prove thejuperior
ils rtk^ g club.
kt fith a half sin h Folta for a youngster in hi early teensON STAMPS AS
a do t. he is a wonder. He delivered the goods in A
pnol~l style. de o rr stothedawon
r off with professional style. has fair speed Postnmaster Smith received Wednes-
and a deceptive curve and kept hls witl day a supply of the "Lincoln" stamp- CLOSE CALL,
Sthe empty .cash at all times He was well supported by issed in commemoration of the one
lt o'clock in a Fleet. hundredth anniversary of the birth of of Supposed Rusted Tel
lart rl oadbo heapn Windham aad Barnes ork edell to- Abraham Lincoln. These conmemora- art of Supposed Rusted Tele
. The thieves gether and the two Dyt ma Nep Iest- tive stamps will be placed on sale Fri- phone Wires On Live Wires
al % prying it and a tives with Rollins, Bne and Roiers day, February 12. They have been
of cnemee near by the latter on second, gav3 a good a- sent to all postmasters or the presiden- Caused Trouble.
4 Mr. Dunn't aten- count of themeveti. tial cla without requisition and an ad- -. -.
imn too Institute a The best either side did WM to put & ditional limited supply may be had by J 3A VOLTS PLAY N KEYBOARD
nma on third and that happsm4W oly *$e= after Feb. 12, but postmasters of -1'9'
i did not my just once for each team; be died there. the fourth class must make requisition! t i tR
and rhat was the Rollins figured ca m asy victory, for what they want and before the 12th,'
usmuid but he ac- She had such easy walkovers elewtre the number allowed them was limited to, Ij oue Net, I fa r
a. laouant was con and knowing that oD"y .wasl 0 50. a telephone office, had a narrow sc:,i..
moabe to suppose practice the vitobrs figured on Dmaking These stamps are of the same shal ro tele ctrocution ye-eidy ir
*d reach into the a merry-go-round o. the Hrrison Park and size as the regular issue of stamps and te fact of her having es:p it
out a sho'k is due to tie f:ict that-I, '
ealaffie does a larg# diamond. Their muds were disabused and the color red. The subject is a I)rc-
a spm. of this erroneous wion in short order; file of the head of Lincoln front Saint- i hd temporarily laid oa:e thirs t,,ni, ,.r
bumnag within the they were up agaiwCit it from the minute audens'statue in an upright oval. A er ttchent, the rt
leading high wall of -'play ball" was called. spray of laurel leIves appears on either on duty.
aem to operate be The attendance a good ad every- side of the oval, and abo,.e the subject. VIho'n the tele hl'c wirns at thl c (.,:-
this sort becomes body seemed to ejoy the t% im- are the words "l. b. I'otage." Below e.r of itve Oak and urial t,,u.t fell t v"I
mensly. Both tearm wets pd_ of the ov .1 is broken by a ribbon contain- y cterday during tl storm :ad fell u;, ,,
heigt of the nslt many fellows and they playndela Iall ing the dates of Lilncolni' birth and of the electric light wires 2300 v,,lt-
of suspicious chal- nd good ball. its 100th anni\versary-- "ls09, Feb. 12 t pal tel phon the sitch bI:t rf ratt,
#.1..(ifl"'':-rith the ,,iti,, 'w Ced(n trial telephones oilice eli rat


toml's sharp, iamuk-
summer home it in
ps a bunch of thiee
S have been hangirra
bout ten days. II'
Skloot.
being a careful iad
taking precaution to,
st of the po-t Iftile
; will be that of the
ntand not a personill
isdered the part of


lIr* the table door after tl e
f 4dNeIm, but it is pobahtl
Mbe daintainjedl throliugh-
l in the potioficc' buildi: g
6 .hb n ot a cu:lralntl'i ,'
i ke aa I temp' at blir-

lleld ve talent of Ot t,~'i.
ik -the burglary ahid t Ir
Selthat some su.pc'(t:- w.il
I before night to j)(' ail,

In t 'vry much wrouTllit upl
mllt's wurk and all .o: l.- !


Lr. Otte retuirI. i !d.xit r-
oo _ilit with Mrs. I: M


Vote As It St
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HELD ITS


FINAL SESSION.
"'tut


The retiring city -ouncil held Its final
,e-ic n Wednesday evening. The report
of the inspect rs an i clerk of election re-
ct.ived and two ordinances passed ou
tiird reading OcIe providing for cv-
Sy.eiat ,-iiwalki. oni the west side of t
Hidigewo.od from ]ellcview avenue tol
SI r.nil',t strteLt'whAle the tothTr niake-
S tl;e inuillt' ring .f bmiil'liu g- contlllulm or
N M Ivor St anint ali t ot'fltil al tV as
i a ofil.'\ ii-g ti>' t'\t ,,( l ind, ah, t

4.I;ST.
Sl.\ l In\ -, linl d wat('ch, closed
ca&S-' OVii a '(l1ill)d setting in back
CO. i (,fiier's tamte in inside o
iatk iiitider phase return to Itii4
,f itlh lNidlew(oo avenue and re-
tvi\ve reward. t1-2 w


cents," in words bt'neath.



IN MEMORY


OF LINCOLN.


l t I 'lit t P .I ..
VWA'HI.IN;TO.F. eb 11. --X special
train bearing Pre-ident Roo.-evelt and
party left at noon today for lhodgein-
ville, Ky Tie' scene of Lincoln's birth
is a log cabin near Hiodgenvill', and to-
morrow the President, cGovernor Will-
son, of Kentucky. Secretary of War
Luke E. Wright will addres- the multi
tudes assemlbledl three miles in the
country at the old lincoln cabin.
Mrs. Roos'evt I.Mi s Elhiel Roo-vIlt
Secrt(tary lotb.' Surgeon 1ih'hty, Cap'


tain Butte, Secret S'er i.c nati ill'. sta
per (correspioideit'o ai otlihrs are in tle
party.

Entertained.
Friday afternoon of hla-t \\ck .MI-s


Woodrich gave an Afterinooi Ivat at tie
*u.:*** nISU O0SSfl homeie of Mr. arid Nlr! 4'tniadt ii thjiiiit
of two Mi-iting ficend- froNi ti.e \irtli.
tood Monday Evening ,,, M,-. A. ,itii of ah, r
Iowa. and dMis t L'iill traihr i d, Int* ,,f
LFFORI) Il ANO() CONTEST. the iabtruclttrs i t'hir C i-trIly o, ,ic:ai
liiversatv. doAze. 1 ladies of thi y.,unlgcer .( t t .;\itecd to
\ T(N 1,244,40 et ttlisCe iiti i fritnI Is( tca t'i of
1,244m4 ] whoml hiad been retu-ic-ted t>, i,'ii, t ,il4
ona ABC


at the risk of tier lif,., called MatIi:t'( r
Gunn, and Marshal Myers., ho, w :ho lv
saw danger, went post hast' il upon h
Swhltel to the electric light plaint to -,i\
warning, but Manager (lunn lia i';a-
shut (off the power "hln the ii iar,-i,:il : -
rived
A. it was, thie in -t of lit sustained was to Ithi -.~itthbi,,:t!l at it I
telephone office.
If this had occurrcdi ut i iht V.h,'i I
arc lights were ,on, tit' cuir have been miuc'th l7'tloi,;' anil i tl:i ..L r
oirr.e ponidingly li '. I.-t( l Il li- '- *
:the voltage wi ild th:,e Ilclri lliOw t,.-
stead of 2:-,U).
If Mr. (ilunn had n.X,t b ;i ii i t
and caught l)ronilptly thr ha-'-: .A;
operator the d:augtigr ,' t the tU'l,pri
change would ha:\ tt.'n grt:t I' v.'
piromiipt action on li- part ii -iitl: -
down that 14t t. l \ti la oll t. .i
(t' lllaiip ral i\ t !.v little ,.t i l ,,it c.


TAFT WILL


ATTEND BALL.


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ftryed front the (l ,-'.T orth 't roii:t

day 1, ardt,( ak, -n t'I TI' I I ii'e1( 11 1 1a;.
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EDWARD-HIIAS A Heavy Vote Was
Polled Yesterday.

SORE THROAT.I E NSUih. Ihse: I A
ItV It ItI I; o, W H. E Ta D abte d.
tit jt! aeuor; H. T. TRt C
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-Donahey in Cleveland Plain Dealer.



BY DAYTONA;


FOR KITONA.

SAll telcgr ma, advertising literature,
etc., pertaining to the coming auto, -
bile races were be'.ng sent out as hereto.
fore "Ormond-lDaytona," and as thete
was a suspicion among Borne that the
Shyphen even migbt be dropped a- it
frequently was and leave Daytona e: -
tirely out of the count, W. H. Peters,
!desirous of forestalling any more such


BELLIN, Feb. 11.-King Edward's,
bronchial trouble prevented his taking
the auto trip to Potsdam today, where It W.* so quiet about the election pre-
he intended to place a wreath on the ,cioct yesterday that you could hear
grave of his sister. The king will leave yourself think. The silence became so
BeMin tomorrow for the r.-turn trip to oppressive that nearly e*w.ybody but
London. the election officers quit "Riveride ave-
~nue" and went out to Harrisoo Park to
Criminal Court Adjourns. root for Daytona vs. Rollins.
"Trh ^p-i...oi C.....* ,. ,. ,,i ; Toward night a little interest deel4-
a uTh ...i.5.Aa t,,Jia. s,. ..,, 'a a.


journed its February sitting last night
at DeLand after the briefest session in
the history of this court. Little busi-
ness of importance was brought bIefore'
the court or trsnac:ed.


CONSPIRACY,


SAYS SHAY.
i n It a
(By l Init.t l P'r.-...)
NEW YORK, Feb. 11--Attorney
Joseph Shay, one of counsel for llain.,
brothers, arrested with Walter Peck, oil
the charge of plotting towards the es
cape from The Tombs of the prison,.r
denounced the arrest as part of a great
conspiracy against him.


moves, wired "Senator" Morgan on his
own personal responsibility saying that
if it were not to be Daytona races on
Daytona beach he (Peters) wished to be
counted out. He didn't wish to collect ITHE PREI IER
any money under false pretense.
Mr. Peters received this message by IS ROAST DI
let urn \\ ire: letterss received. Rac('c. I
by laVyto,,a and for Daytona. All pub-
liity l)ayto)na; stationary corrected."
'Ili, begirv. to look a.s if the big race -. ,i ,
:ire to be brought down the beach six,
PA KI1-, l-,.b. I IrI a ti. i v -,.*t<,!i
Iil':- and that l)avtouiaiis who herett -
delivered in the ( hani..-r 44f lh-pul. -
fIn ivt'h liad to go, so, far to witi-today put
today Deputy l4 ,:ta ,.. arrai^,, ,i
thiczr 1ig "[wed c(o1iiteits 1i8av n ow. wit i
"thi ni t t i ow ( rs Premier C(lernt'evai. ,\ !i>.. :ilnl i.it r.
i tiiwii at h a their owni (ilo)r i
tion, htie declared. \\.> I..i.rg !-!.,:k .,
into early 'i% il w'ir


A GIANT


Wedding kells.


Fla., iand Miv-. !\.lra\ -L n a41
PINEAPPlE.terf.FA.
terrinooi 4 at Ow lo' : f


.\Achitcc it 1 S. tall, of .South 1'al-
Ii e tti, ) .Lenulie, recently received a crlilt
,if piuitipple.s from his brother, Jam( s
:Hall. Ji,., of Jupiiter. which coutaiiedl
-,'V .l i xtra,,rliiiarlly fiICne specilleli,- 4
tin IR'd Spaul-ih variety, of which Mr
Il.!l, V '.110 : i, ,gii d in tpileapple k.ul-
till it Jupiter, itakes a specialty.
ICE. S. HliTl g'n.rrUs!y pr,,.>ented tht
I .1iil N.' .\ o.lticc vithl onel of tthe-i
f! ;.t-, .t-: iarge that it cau.;cd excaiaa-
ti,;i- ,f xwo er "froim various iiiIlibtis
.1, lha1 torc( and others, but it il tur,
w.a.- ail.oii ,-d ,1 th,' I.rge t of the pin ,'
a iU :it -,.t i:llie tW -lity i clihe,. in ('I -
(i'ii'nf(leiir aldi tVerlt v -tw.o aild ,11 -
~ii ilf ii'%i,'. Iii a rd vertically, w iiil
ltit> -i ila!il, .Ir.. is lUite w.ll knoVli
1:1 i t it ; I t im\ iic' I, V4 t! JU it lx
i ; l T i i tiiis i it V i it, ~i niin- ivC' < ~' i P.*


pastor of the tigngrg r d
perfornaing the clle[
Tihe unidfe, V.14 \.%;i-2;l:' i Vt


gil(ui, t'.%. %%111:11 ta. Vria

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Funeral Here, B~urial lPom1e Park.
Tie terieral, f IM-- .1,: 1CI ::.f
(lied ;U14 y L i n ra' hg' .\' L i i k

at 10 .c11c i ':[: .:, I
church. ti.. B He F I' in V. a rn.. *
(the relhiiii v."iii 1 .'l h i Ii
.,teanzicle i e 1. aar:'I'(n


Park for ir it, rlt lnt t)'l.l, !i.
father, ('apt. Bai[til ,. i '., tt


oped and a number flocked in to her
the results.
The highest vote cast for any one ean-
didate was for the efficient and popular
city clerk, A. McF. Porter, who received -
199 votes. The next highaeL vote ect
was for E. J. Mills for douncilmno.
Ex-Mayor Greene won hand down,
and Justice Titua captured the collector-
ship in easy fashion.
But perhaps it is better to let the offi-
cial result tell the tale all the way
through, so here it is, the name opposite
the is that of the successful candidate:
For Mayor,
* E. W. GREENE. 168
1) F. RANDOLPH 70
For City Clerk,
A. McF. PORTER. 199
For Assessor,
W. H. EDMONDSON. 173
(;EO. F. SMITH. 61
For Collector,
W. G. HOBBS. 76
AL.BERT E. SHANKS. 36
* H. T. TITUS. 126 -
For Treasurer,
F. T. PECK. 185
lir Councilmen, (two year.)
S. H. GOVE. 1I31
4 ;. A. KLOCK. 175
E. MILLS. 192
I ,,r Councililen, (one year)
S1. T. CONRAID. 159
SIMONi HEYMAN. 71
LEW SMITH 156
h,,r ;cho4,l Trustee, (one year)
A. J. WILDER. 141


NO SCHOOL


TILL MONDAY


II hcI D,'a1:r',na ligh School adjourned
v-tr Iay afternooln till Monday in
I.:' i :i ;i t!he tra hter-s may have two
,li i %:bthih to visit oitier school.
1 i.. I' [ytnua teachers will devote
tt, :it-< i''- noi.rtly to n.arby schools as
-,, li'- (i tiliie would not admit of
\,-.i- t i',vI iii ter of distant schools.
I I' .I n t!., 1';l-,4i other schools will
r i' I '', i:;ly valiatiori for the purpose
S-' .. .r \'.-it". The school authorities
;a',r: .1 ii thli- ian order that the teach.-
(- :;. iV ;.,,k in Uponi orne another and
,, .-. ; t it ,. %nid Ilianiner of con-
.:' ,- 4. tla;t--C hoping that it would
,''., t,,.r ,' iw id,.;a., itare Hu-piration
A.l'i t ter fit ttiO-ii f:'r the ilii-
p',, t t -T r\ i r '.

%\\ 1i i I- xpt reiit e i : ii '-latdy
A,11,i#,, s' ,"., tinis i f (e.


We Are Seven.


A. .'i,..\ihig (lIn gri,.,ini litlfprt.an e of
D).itVtaiit iS niolt(d tthe rather utau.-al o(-
S;' ,ii ,i 4f thi, pre.-n-ce il tlhe cityV of
. 1 i i .-' *;t:atit'. oif as ;nany ditTf-r-
, in-'ia- ,' c~oripat.i-.s at(i oie and the

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A~,TIONY BROS= ""


I. ElLA DVOT & COIEANY,

Ladies' Hatters,


Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,

HIGH CLASS OO)DS, LOW PRICES.

No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET, DAYTONA.







Ladies' Red Cross


and Children's Educator SHOES.


-THE

BEACH STREET,


GLOBE

DAYTONA, FLA.


maa--mSS-mmI--inS***2*UEUSSS:---UU:.'


SEABREEZE. Feb. Il -Tuaiav af-
-teroon mwaa spett i a number of
golte*r on tbe P.aret-z' 1LLL5. Thre
was a four bali maatch 1*tw(-v YAMears
Knappe. Vatet, Cas4A*l andi R-i.
emm. Kriappeazd Fittcr paved agarizrd
the isst mentioned. aid calwm t". qbve
worn az eaiy gamie ovenr trnic op;'on t5#
Quite a number ofmplrr uert- iut "-
opmrt~or-s-, ard zi az-tiwr at ttot
hlnks Wm mucih ttliidiL. U f .-
popular game thi s emt'.r
Mr. and Ire: V.H. '
Ohio: Mrs. G 'W Bray, CL4"'(;.e as,
Maw, art- re-tentI Iegzt u-d i-.T:
GIkiwood .
The Ladi ; eb Sv- .r v ; u'
day atfrtcrjn w -r, M L I
on Halifax uvtnue.

I$T. %'&.L .a.Z& Z t-a.At tf J ." .

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NEV SEASIDE INN



[Evemrthing Modern.
Homelike and Comfortable.
Directly on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.
S'1- I'L4 LAY\ AL .I


HORACE STEWART


DAYTCDNA BEACH


- f. iI


so swcodL. For mat t he tAmrtic
Mutor Car Co. and Cetrul Gage.
tf

Mis Laura Perl arrived tLe.
foreprt of the werk bm Rid-
wood, N J,. ill.p wl dth bIl-
aoce of the mwu witd her bsphew,
Dr. A. O'Nis mnd family, at Volu-
sia avenue.

:S=matO iaB OattfR. stored
by day or i Sx-eyliader, mve-,
pm ed ;Ptdc and f -pomenmer:
Eli, ior charter, hour or trip.
Rates reaaonable. tf


IMr. A. Mifigan e tertaiaed Wed-
eeday auitermooa ia honor of her
Other, Mm: S. G. Hand. Mr. and
R. Hand leave this week for a
visit to their daughter, Mrs. Bran-
ania. at Miami.
'For sale at a bargain-two gen-
erator. and a Rushmore center
stan-hWight for automobile. Apply
to DWily News. tf

Mrs JT J. Buffton and daughter.
)fias Mabel, and James Birchwood.
:'raandou of Mrs' Bufton. arrived
Monday from Chicago, comnun south
tot the benefit of the boy's health.
He had been ill for about two
months but already shows improve-
, ment since his arrival here. The
Bufftons were at one time residents
of Daytona. owning and occupying
property on Ridewcod avenue some
eight or ten years ago.


Doings
at Daytona
Beach

DAYT SNA BEACH, Feb 11-The
rtsri, whhieb came like& benediction to
thc gra.m r ad tfiwers, disappointed quitf-
a 6umboer of winter regideras, who had
pFaassed to spend tre day on some pon.-
o. L.I rc i,(43 boaLs. bUt &. Soon a &
t -uz,(.Ut t'je erv.wd h b&ened to tat
tj~ea a%"`. i-i tird erticemezIt of a pur-
-. -;--i. 'mwiuies, fcked with
'i~~1-11 .-Udt.- a bnskL, vit&izing
Lr. TuN! corupenmation fo:
:. r: ; fj T~a la ,rje.
'.-- Ar, A.K C or f cNew Yo:City.
j- J:?';'~r:;jlLit Thc W~hitt: Hojul;,
W l. Lijh p. of( bcaPa. carne over
f-';.l th-Laid !trd sy, and nd iissitirg
7.. MrJ.. J. J. i .h.,ri un
2.-,rWta f w days.
NI--- Tafr aI; d a1;~ght#,r, a.. sister,
\L-- P'ru .r.. of the Vermont H(-,ue,
.- i; -i.rz. tr- wiik at Palm Bachb.
C' R. I ourt e and *on, Charles S.
ir ; -,d frurm St. Louis, Tuez-
_j .rt p.-a&santilv kIcated at Surf
-. -: I :..- i r ~~stcond r48Ol zat
*ia _t 13i B. i aud Surf Creat. and the
;.9-j:: j i~on~aSe B i'-,ru~de !Wtt


z d1t ir-' .g rsnLeased.
;ji: \i.-trtsv rv L src
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F. W. POPE
* Attorney and Counsellor at
Law. a
Praci lee in tSaW and d tFrai COrUri.
OfFICO VER POSTOFFICE.
Telephone *4
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T. VL. Ftagxerld E F ,* -
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at La'.
Special Faciiities for Examininng a:.,
Perfecting Land Titl;s.
Office in Conrad Building. Phor;' :--


G.A. KLOCK, M. D., m
PhYSICAN AND D SLRjEt% 0
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E. L. STEWART
Physician and
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E.sp-cL~ l.: -n t'on tj i .;I .
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RO* HOWE, M. D. *
: Physician and Surgeon

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SEABREEZE SANITARIUM
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H. EUGENE JOIINSO\.
Bicycle Livery.

Bicycle Supplies and KLpalr.
Come mad See.
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L---. S, HALL
Architect and Builder.


't,:,.- 209 Palmetto Avenue

I )a\ tona. Florida.


Local Age-it Wanted.'

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Sm Meart Bmutifl.1 Spot o the Halifax River.


JOHN J. McOUIRE. Proprietor.


rMT INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with
No better in Florida. Table of the best of everything
Terms as reasonable as the service will permit, given on


*a4sGOLAGamE in connection with the hotel. Storage by
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RATES S.-oo to S.oo PeR DAY.
PPKCIAL RATr *TB WAK.
21%--2 t\ve-nth Htrevt. Phone 42M
J. P. SAWTELLE. PPr. MIAMI. F.


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Ah World, Hotel Pafin Beach.]

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lkShth S th&c. Mt: ii Accommodations for 300 Guests
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Seven Wonders


SOe of Daytona r crownaig glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
sands; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
cycle over its erpamse; no one who ever
drove a pradng pair of bores and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
; upon its asphaltum-like face; Dno one
who ever steered a high-power automo-
bile down the b.oad stretch of wave-
washed aud surf-packed maud but real-
Sied that it is a world-beater, a world-


The r-fa -ThePbt OtL
Hielt t wk W add's Mor for speed
WO bo -im r OWeWry reeurring seaao.
Atwow tnm, the fastest ad the
Aprt an dasliy parade and the big
ibow is l free as the pure artesian
water from the *hoxswUd flowing wells.
It is a cotiomuous show with constantly
shifting scene. You will probably catch
the spirit and when you do ,he 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 *ill have
Logo down in your wallet only for coin
for the auto and bed andboard.
Thib is no fanciful picture; it's all
here. It is drawing other thousands,



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NEWS OF ThHOIFJ


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Thel'D pina&
Wednesday arrivals at The Depland
are: S. Y. Tupper, Atlanta, Ga.; J. B.
Reed, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Arci-i
bald Park and wife, New York; J. L.
Baldwin, Atlanta.


Schmidt's Hotel.
Among the arrivals at Schmidt's He-
tel are: The Rollins Baseball Team, 11


wonder. Go stand upon this wide and h,ilding them enthralled, it will in number; John Frank and wife,
speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and hold you. Come and see.! Bloomfield, N. J.; J. A. Odell and wife,
'by in joyous mood, and answer whether Greensboro, N. C.; Miss Mary Hirshaw,
this is not one of the seven modern Greensboro, N C.; B. W. Norman,
wonders. : 'Phila. Pa.; G,,o. Cox and wife, West
.Te.i... .Pe .cid taexRiv.. *' Mt Hoboken, N. J.; C. E. Loreing, New
Tek idtI R aa York; G L. Beer, Lansing, Mich
Where think you is water with more : 31 1 Iork: u 1 Beer, Lansing, Mich
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a -
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta- The Rid--wood.
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-, a Kodak Shop. -= ri The Ridg-
randa's looking out upon her bosom, Tile Wednesday arrivals at The Ridge-
gamey food fishes in countIes.s numbers We aren't portrait Artists, nor wood were: E. G. Rabhn, Milwau-
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod ;are we Art Dealers but 10 years ke; Jos. G. Gardiner, Jacksonville; Mr.
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck of close attention to the KOD)A K- and Mrs. Frank Simpson, Toronto; Mr.
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, ERS needs has won for us the M and Mrs. Joshua E. Barton, Moores-
which sit about as if for the sport of viablee reputation of bing town. N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank S
bobbing upon her waves; watch that IBCT P CC PIIUiCUE nC Slosson, Bridgeport, Conn.; Joseph Fer-
lubberly old white headed pelican pc-.bh FlSl LAO IlSH3IlLOK6. rll, William Conlon, Ormond; E. It.
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk sti .g- Anyone desiring good work and Schoen. Jacksonville; G. W. Collins, At-
gliig upward with his floundering load : strict attention paid to th,.ir or- lilata; Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Turton,
he snatched from the water. 0 ders for Developing and Printing, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. Phillip P. Bow'es,:
See the beautiful launches, spick and will get itat LESESNE'S KOLDAK M issi E. E Bowles, Mrs. C. G. Wette,
span, their hampers and lockers bulging : PLACE, the only shop in town Miss E.- McClatchey, PhiladelphiU I
with refreshments both solid an liquid that makes the Kodak Work a sI 11.; Chlatham, A. Chatham, Mrs. AA
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful a Specialty. Chiatutain, Th'ririond Chatham, Dr. J.
surface Take out your field glass and All work finished in 24 hours, 12 21 Ri. A. M. Chatham, Winton, N. C
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to 0 hours if necessary. [
Ponce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax i.n't a thing of 0D n IP FIv P The Prince George.
beauty and a joy forever, and one of LLog the arrivals at The Prie
the modern wonders. eorge on Wednesday were: De Sirnond
TIh EacluMltigly Picturesque Ridgewood. U Eastman Kodak Dealer, Dunn,, Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. E
Ridgewood avenue is upon thecrest iaf Heirltchi .str-t. nitr :i A\,.. D l)rake, Boston, A. Jame's, wife, maid,
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, DAYTONA. FLORIDA. Chicago.
and the wide-spreading branches of the 0 0 0 Arnold, the well known song writer,
heavy-trunkt-d live-oaks extend their is with us.
giant arms across this magnificent vista, With reference to the postoltice rob-
forming an archl, and from these extend- bury, the police had better consult Ben
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss Woltf, staying here, late Captain on
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas New York force
fan them. Looking straight ahead down fThe Prince Geor_,'e r uartct entertained
this k hite shell street onc has thle imn- O J gueT sts ,of th'ef house last evening
preasion of a fairy path with elfinli dra- f i t1 tgient of Willii Fal-
peries, but as you move along and cast :iit well knuwn Boston society
an eye first to the right and then to the iO 'tBi.oi. %%,.h i, with lis wife amd five child
left you see distinguished cottage hollies r ,icnir arc :it 'J ti I'Prinlce (;,.orge for thli
in the most delightful settings. w wiitt r.
('lairenie racev is temnorarilv fltl-
Kurhassil Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes. ,., A


Ing It. \' -1es8more s ,position as
ei gineer at the electric light )l;ant /
Mr. Messmiore having been c'all'!i


attention and praise than does the artis- out (of the city by tlie leat i ,f lhi-
tic cottage. The ow nters of thesecharm- father, as lrevIou~sly nted i i tI


ing villas hail fronl every corner of the
country and they bring thcir o,\n archi-
tectural plans and build upon theman.aid
as thei architecture of o(1e secLti(lIt of tih'
country differs frtoni the archiit*-tture of
another so do our homes differ in out-
ward appearance and structural beauty
front one anotlier. There are no, mnonoto-
nous rows. of ,trikingly similar buildings
but the eye, az it t eep i,v, i.- treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps.,
the mind wondering "\\What next."'
Streets andJ Pcmcints the .Most and Best.
Why thc' Architect ,f the tiniver.-e
chosen to givr to Itlhitont, thi,' tiost ad-
mirable, the MIost tpicturt..-(|iie natural
setting (of all t li (.Uit'., of the Sutti is
not rt.\evealed but that such is a fact
must bte apparellt to the' lt'zit! uperficial
observer. \Witi such la\t-li wealth 4,f
natural beauitv it iccatie n eati asV tliili


l)ailv News
11 'sirable Luilding lots at ilj'ker
Ikacli. n ar Automhilc (ClubI lli I-
for sale at attractive lres *A\It>[1
to '. i1. Fitzgeralil dI
lBisi-,q II. (C Morri-i,. of tlhe \ M
IV 'li i;r. h-l S >, lh 11 1 \ I r,.;t,.l, a'
'orlrt )rani-. at I 1 :I i .' 1 SI ,i'l.iv
Slev. K. F L.ey I ,rez.i: Ki ,iI. r
tlie M iam i ilistri.t. \ill ali, ,.
present anid hlotl the First it,1tre'r
('onferentce in the Atfr i ,i,,. Mr
.evy will pra'li at thi' e i r
vites. A crdia i:
tended to, all.


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for the hand of man to give the t lttite I tshoo -; ai I i -, ".,
finfshing touclics .% Lich hav.- brought -. 11"t Ma r' .itrI I1 7111
out the color, and outlines Of H0e big vices at St Mary-, h1' i.e ii
picture. at 7 and
M..11did 81 all this iin th I ng la\ lu out -f u e
Sthe stret ith thir i ii i f services at (rino't, ii i t;. nrIr I
garkage. thi rtwire t ry Ime'-"r ats a I 0 h.a t. e 7 1 ,n l r
great park M !( a i. at i lii ''1.
And US f'.r ( na.iIK patemIlts a ,I,
that look and Hit like rranit .--tierf
else L-twe -n lth eat' rn a ester ." I I e i il- i i '
seas aret so manytl mes in ppirtion et r cfr i t-'lac.s t-,nt lit i *,. iust ,\'-
iuhabitantll Till smite unheard f iau lel artl rc'ariilt., I>;is;,.ti)l
platc. reTrrt- inor( and better. IPaytonla ice. .Adeires., t ''ice. ,' I '
thrw .-d\down the gaiuntlet to the wworlil. ... ,


sqy uirrel, Fk,%%er Bird. anJ drutl-. (t
Whatt arar c iA1 AVk's vIsitt lea, i :0


however in[lit r.Ic t ,at eve ,,a' lii nt. I
lmay leI to I tani tin Itgs,, tth,' .n tercl r men-
tion kif quirrl-s .ildl flower-. tbirds ano


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S, bw'enk. .1a, kinall IIi H;i at- Mt
lav-kramtan it1 Mr-s.I seaa


HOLLY HILL


I() LLl IlHI, Feb. 11 --Sunid~tvauId
li ~;tv 1 '1o1. W wthro-ll had a part3
; t T(in itika er icspectii thte
It 1. 1 trait. %% t oh a ,a iew of purchasing
Xi.-N tFanii, 1 e-radeqt, a couirt of F.
k -, 'a tar% Mr. Bogle for a week
I iit -da ,v Xli-. Ji'laiiMilliguan, Mrs. Ai-
% il re Ml lit? 4, ad wijther, Mrs. Ihaul
,I- "I 4! iling *tihrtg o l dt i

)!-,d ciildrcrt. who~ ilbiuii i
-,ifigii andrecital tisvn,
M, 4 l:Lur-'arge M tUtIU M i
w )"n aton *'WiedrteeAv.
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PORT ORANGE


I THE CLARENDON

MR. FRED MAUHS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y.,
Shas arrived with his corps of assistants and opened The Clareo-
J don Bath Department to the public.


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Pine Needle Baths, Vaver Baths,
Steam Massage,
Given at all hours by the very highest grade of Proe- oi Opr
tors The only place south of Washington, D. C., wherm t baths
may be obtained.


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HOTEL DESPLAND


Daytona, Florida


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


Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service Excellent.
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Ensuite. Steam Heat.
Every Modern Convenience. Send for Booklet.


Mummututtr A velr,.: rTl.A fitile II Ei, Nirritnicugtt Fier, Rhode Island.


Flr taiiitisu om th Ek'ctric Lights and *
alluliftx fivr. NModern Improvemente
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Schmidt's Hotel.
It Formerl Sc ,idt :II Villa.

HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proorietors,

DAYTONA, FLOR~IDA.
Fine HorneT 'I'albl 1fightful
a Reasonable Ratet Sunny Rooms
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. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor,


TH IE1. house i. charminrglyLZ itiatr- I ou Ridgew'oo dAvenue, the high
est andl mo-A healthful l toH in ihl tvtwn (f I)aytonia. It is
very taitef iiII v andI ( Im fr hz rn il-ded andi is modern in
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