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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 15, 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: VID00315
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PbluaL"d Every Eveagl Except Suaday Dwing ngle-he-, Jauaary, February and March, t the Prettit Winter Rawt in Florida.
Bntered as eeond-elam matter Deewmbe r 1,K at the postomee at DoytonA, rla., under the Act of March ,i M7I.


trmt nsorth
3' wJgt saa thWgI 9L
tiln C3n. rColderMOW
in extreme mc.Bo pup.m&
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DAYTONA, kFLORIDA MONDAY. FE fTA1Ri? 1 1Q90


i ; Cents w weak


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r AupWn su. itmemuusiu.e.u. em uiuu umuPrivatee e @U@6 @3 EWUU
o and Saulltrrium. 1r S. iH. OOVE a W. R.II6NT I SON.0....... NEVILLE H. CLARK I Rg
I&-. A. IIA('. N. I) ARCHITECT, BUILDER and00 Painting OPTghEPicsT
l firtltt forM ee OfM edIc al *nd-TaRSI
-9f RWrgi rcalffaaei. =wlwo?6c, 0bemI- gCONTRACTOR. U0@Paper tean girng Ig. Salt Wa
cat and bacu O1cl Residence a, Oe: NortheastWeC.
tIS 3W.SO.e. X- wol Cro mer T-Coer and Vokhsa. DecoratIng
on lo.C.ttenti. 3 Telephone I U 221 MAGNOLIA AVENUE 0 Eyes Tested- rames Fltftded
President Physicia. Pboe aew 6LP 61~RO
*U U@ O ininee Rdao uem V ..ur .UeUUQJ OUCO
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ter Paint. I

mIsEI.GECI


SMOULDERING MASS OF


Fiend Licks Up Big Hostelry, Entail-


ng Loss ;f Over $200,000 -Total


Insurance


is $81,000.


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ASHES*


S ESCAPE; MANY LOSE CLOTHES, MONEY, JEWELS.


IOmremdon Hotel.wt %-l-I:.,lI
as the L@estt Ando()Ih.,-o
bout lric 'i~ (iUll.lt1.' 4
ly n of hnA Iri thIei i.:,-1
y destroyed yo-stctri:t
A On that startrel at lit ti.*

Inmdbmvered by tl.-,lr-t
balmo Who were just. g. it v
s. It origiiitctdi in
10 the big kitt(hvt. uii4
aC that the f 1!( 1 !I1,
do the work, but Ai i h,

Spmg the water fnu'tios ti
ighougbh every.' fthdt '.t
Ilbumas evident alnio-t I m
160 t- e situation (.0111 I.I ,
Md tWthe alaira a-
ibe budingd 7 ag ai d so w#i I
1 e01reo8t, and d o !it i'o a r
oamsqt:enc rijI~mrtt.'l .I:;
inw cpahiidferau1 .i, ti

Fire Bell Ran-:.
-m as the fire War di".-
w~asturned in on tt4I i,
j4tona,and it was tl.i I'
h r thie iribabitanu. (f tl;t i
Sii. igenerallIy to a k t, i u,,' i
VOPL
.Iuld Have Been Wors.i.
'A msh d cawe of anot lie i i t it
47 m We the morning u t-i -x
iS CAAllig to tU i'. It-1111
= e that The (IArerld ih it Ch m-
ger Dearby properties. 1sktw
Wea~e on cOean boult'N.Uttl (t.
Ou by The ("lendora attai lo- .1- I.
dag mi and ItlCUtl ;i
se by herncb effort, ats i t!,
Iadwarped side wall@ testif llaii
i'mked it is hard to s.%% i tiIti' ti .
4L"OIon if pro A-t(. nuIl l Ii'
l 4hrUmdomi, eaino % as .:
*JM; and the destructi i- t I
Uty some months tgo. n.-itit
Nim row of buildinrag.-. i!,l I.
?_ --l-- Ni'.ed tlt rat \
Sthw sonrth
4'w LrId and Awe-lnspirl-nI&
~TUk~tg dovkn Occurl \:.:
a lurid and a'C-izmliti: -.,.
tOegreat blok (if Iui,2si 1- t.
I'devoured bay tht-i
Amea smoke made a l-..
the dear suashirtie -i z
ing TU bouklvard vx. -
automobalts and vteak i:.
.trin and thit Ipfoiu. '\
pted bytht l 1, ii,;ic- .1
uWfugeets fotllti tit I" to
Wad eseaped A t
apparel. )Deli\t t v
in and out, rewo".i
piles of good., f r,. i
aw the street t'4 int.
boulevard wid 1
jwt north of u I
46OOd. an *mI I I
trinak aii' i o'I- g
cb.Lttag- *1'1 t'
a a iding gu: ;l I


rn-- o,n tihe ,-lzeI f tilhe bluff was burn-
hi;r ai ctinTrred bits of wood and ciu-
ti- \< r, tlikl? .kprI' ad ,on thle board-
S:. \tiu. \VI il- away out at sea
it v'- \ry (.talnI mnt' the incoming surf
!a;,,( d th,. ltc'h n rily in nature's un-
Ir,, ',lK of tlie w"Tzon destruction close


Tx i ra Police Do Service.
'I I\ k.t -t \ :1 -1 sI were called out,
.1:111! N FLu A:; it I cague evident
it' *u.i Lx- confined ttoTh'e
*~ ~~~!n i: iI.i '*mas formed to pro)
t( !ii., t-r~ Yii' -tlii piiled on thv stile-
w- i- far '.t st )t'z k ls. ti boulevard a.
I it :Ji: t t. t nuill..1 dilt cUri-
-IId ti.k. The[li roof of
i. ilrl,~t t l~lE~of' \r. afid Nhs.l l. I.

4 -sught fromii tilt (,ll
kit ,i ~.j i iitii~elt danger of humi -

,-i.L. & t (i. t Tiii, '2ti I nn laity
S it.;o t -i I, oiiI )a\ t.'. istt i lk] at1 Mr. Ik iot'.-1
I.-, 1 it, hi iibud ou the rooif and render-
I, 1\ 2'-1-ta~let-

Revzinaua.ng a Brilliant Season.
i v ( litio %%.:I-; tlls I gi i lilting a
II 1 1: (:: I I I I, I O. 1t.' i ost ro s-
.riit.- It ip, undwir-Too I that v'.\r\

i! wtI The tutcl jiriija'rty aI.1i

~iliI ~ ittit'd ~'lueof 11y; U I I.
1 4 r l~ t 1 it lotI I lItveI-I ttt


AliAn\ Acits of Heroism.
I :.tti~ t i f hei iilt' & ;iL: i


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S I i lrs 2tf il gh ii

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Vote As It Stood 1 1Urda. Evening

IN itHE BUSH & S'I'l kOO I'l\NiO I N l I
S,


jority on this side headed, the bridge
utn-Adr held up the towd, more intent on
saving paltry iiicktls than in i.Iping.the
speeding g thr(t'Ii t, II:'' -ctll> of the cotn-
fltgration \ .ht.'re t,.ariy a qlUarter of
million dollars were at stake. the cotn-
ges;ion rapidly grt w :tid ini n f.w mnin-
utes tlice crowd% was balked, li,l4,c1k.d and
packed for a grtat distaincc. und wlheii
the crowd grew wib t to thlt lhittline.s of
the act therv was a burst tioin that rent the atii:ospi %" ile the bridge tvtindir at', rt'apih,g a
ri. h harvt-st of niicktls. Il manyv 1U-
.thttl.c c', Ill thel halut tf g t to tl' tile.
o:le fountin tlin:., if l \\ltttl, Ll i.', pUl f ntill 1
hiid too b,rl1r \\ o t r i i ii llin i It M\\1a :i
li atgl hri'+ta it I i t .\|i[>-.', ltl lla ill l diln;.
anltt 'littlilpt.
D)r. Potter t'arlv on Scene.


W hi IA t titl I. It tI2 Vi il
sit%% thc t1ilc. ('I't t- zJIM14 -ll\( Up, 1
U ldisl~ thev t. f llit-d~ (Ill t!(' (.Icc::i c I't.1 Ill

whno was lltitir2. t.'itt.tL .l t
rushied to T!.~' -i I i ni \\11) i Ith ., t lto"'Aid
used tile t! e\t: n-r tr:w: at OIe


t Ititt.'I t h! e ti if i :,ltI ti tI et sandh
hailice 0* 1! r 1(l %\ I-d dt"l' 11t
dll tf n- tht. cille;f '- I (A lit'-_,tct :,11.

Origin wR Fire a Mystery.





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CARRIES


"STAG" PARTY

vc ni Scenery And In

Shin, s (iood To Eat and


To Dr:nk.


'iiA[RAL SMITH TELLS STORIES.


h'ii -if l tags that
t. IInV nr 1'2 "f. at 1

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:v'IJ a riiId- lay
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Uries'


PscIATin


LACES. EMBROIDERIES, RIBBONS, NOTIONS, ETC.


McCall's Patterns.


Teaepaone *-!


wm *am sh-f ftZibr,
sim"amrIitmbtWaC

BARNES
THE NOIVEIY MAN
-0 m u asmo e I" Iml .I%


S14 Off

On all Leather, Alli-
gator and Seal, In

cAIS, cASESt I lOnS
See some si the Berains
in tte


TWE41MOW.


CLARK'S 'fer
aa~ aspsSSSSSSS


Valentines
o- ezfl~mU st tU

CURIO STORE
Stylesand prices to suit everybody

WALLACE
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'PARAS(
Toklo sbapes etc., on ThIn
and Saturdva, Jan. 28tb, 29th

Thi PECILt- NDRl
COR. BEACH AND MAGNOLIA FtS., O


[White Canvas Shoes


FOR MEN AND WOMEN.


Wide Low Heels For Comfort and Strap Pumps For Style.

$2.oo to 3.5o

ANTHONY BROS.


ROVTH BEACH STREET.


Who are never sat lsfl,,d unless you are


I,,,,,, ------------------ ----- --- ----- ---- -----'---




MI. ELLA DiVOY & COMPANY,

Ladies' Hatters,

Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,

hlGH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICFS.

No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET, DAYTONA.


-- m::......... S... U-:-:--------------


AGENTS Ladie



and Children's Ed



THE

BEACH STREET.


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SEABIZELZE, Fl I- N a~r i
Mrs. Wallace, of Co% rig in. .k*\,
have bH en at onfe of Ii htt.i !- f r (,,ne
time, havc leacd Mr ttttgrs K
u-uiall-v kriuiAna- tti, ..:t: ibY c
stage, ,n:I the rivt r frt!!t
ic~ht -r f of .
tona licach nk 1w :t'n-yt d A *-
the fhi'ow inrig zirit'vrs of 1I. 1).-%t, a
owhool Thur-day, !lI ft r-
week Prof .Wrigh .Nt i Natnt, t ct
the Mises s u~l. 'ir Api-
Wfikii-sori, Nlorr- 11! a: i Ila- k! I
the seu-e kof vtifh Curt, y 'I P .c
that an exchariet ef i-c:- f % i- t t"
different .ichc' u li i, [''i-
new idea- & A 1-Ktti r 'H~-~t
vvork.

boughtOilt- \hCa'-t 1't I: : '-
the Iattur h.'rtl- I:, ] l.i a\ :I\ : it
from Mrs. N1 V, ter-. \ir I'. -,
In a recet i nntip Jilt ks 'Il ii Nlr
Hatch purchaMI a I.'. I:t- t1,. 1 1 -''I-t
for a family c'ol. :i tte 1 ,i i t1-
U-t-d &, a pa.-turv.


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'Red Cross


icator SHOES.



iLOBE

DAYTONA. FLA. j
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Homelike and Comfortable.
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NEHORACE STEWART I






IDAYTONA BEACH, I t RIlII'.

SURF CREST


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Mrs. AM Paine. has- beern quite ill
*i the pat week with an attack of ]a
grippe, but is now improving we,
are pleased to report.
*i *Fresh Michelin tires; all firets,
no seconds. For sale at the Atlantic
I Motor Car Co. and Central Garage.
SAttf
I Austin D. Gates, a student of Rol-


lines College, who was
Col. C. M. Bingham
last week, returned to
Saturday.


the guest of
several daya
Winter Park,


i Saratoga Inn Garage, cars stored
Sby day or week. Six-cylinder, seven-
: _pajenger Welch and four-passenger
i E'more for charter, hour or trip.
Rates reasonable. tf
* Henry Van Dorn, who spent last
week at his home on Volusia avenue,
left again, Saturday, for Big Pine
Key, where he is engaged drilling
an artesian well for the railroad
* company.
"For sale at a bargain-two gen-
e'ators and a KlNushmore center
-:.tIrchlight for automobile. Apply
1 l)kI' News. f

Hugeo Kreitzberg and Richard
Kemp:er. of Echo, Long Island, are
visiting :Le former's brother, Ernes'
Kreitzberg and family, of Volusia
avenue. They expect to remain
aboutt f>rur weeks.
Mrs. A ( ''onnnr and daughter.
of Springiiel.i. Ill, who were fir a
time wi'h Mrs O''onnor's brother.
Win -11-"i, ;w, Iife cn North Beach
t' ct, er' 1:.'%v I '

i).k Y ( '\ N k B EACH, Ft-h- 15. -Ths,
:h aiehed Vh'tjteStIai
rit!: h -A, h'itifUlI I v decorated irn
an] t.'i':i tlrts A la-ge and e(-,
tlu-.,amtic crk,"4 1 'v! out, arid rucces'i
N-dini~tr~d t;i- s a h other ent t-rtainnieutst
T: t : I L. T!,- fitluV~iri progrurm
1,1:-1r. i. r.J Song, by the audieuicv,
B Be-.4lie t!iu Itir T'ihat Binds; 'jratcvf
f-v Rt% iTdc; duct Lb yli'j-,e' Aua.
*- k1 i l' irtice Smthii i, Subject,

M : I-., Ruth C('atrs; dialect
itioi ';v Mr. hlaHIey: duet by Mr.
AV:. B:'d. lret t%%, recitations by Sliss
I .~P, -ii a:d a s-1-. by Mr. Pi'-rsosn.
M:-.: ,Nrid I t- igterald %%rer
':n i r -'i., The rtfr.h!rhnmerits were
u:.A-a -aIk- a ii. atac by M, NsBarze.
Att t ~ I I 11 s':i ce a t t!!,- I. E.
Alurc, "t% lbre I *k fur Liri r.1
Ii:r's.' -f l'7hc, arid Mrs. J. C'. LA-
St- Sr arrg at nolo. The saot!-
':k'I, o ,NC0oritinuled by RKk.v.
r~.' ;:a t i th ex r i ng r~ iCce in the th -.ne
U I s.''. E lie ht"'!
* lrgrvgz *n-L. a: unuLAl
M:rs. F. A. Cutingham.uof
d iu_,,!,'t~r )fMr. :and Mr-i.lHarris,
:it C:'] t t.- I :bard LcuttUL"
S Iv. t rav 'rea i!-it to ht-r par-
gv *,~ v"!:IS re.In:


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Protect e Coioring of Insects.
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FT liAT IAIY NEWS
PubliUbod eery ewtg, x.ept Sun-
dayr, from Docntbr I to April 1. hy
THE OAZZTTE-NEWI' ('0.
T. .L FZrTGeLALuD, Edtor-MarnIup-r.
L. C. LIXAzUB, C('ty Editor.
C. 8. HARRIS, Circnultton Mannigr.
Glo. F. CuOUca, Superintendent.
Entered as second-cliass itattTr I%*-
cmNb-r 1. IM. at the- p,tott'-' uit
Daytona. Fla. under th.- Act of
March a lV.





:.-PROFTSEIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


F. W. POPE
SAttorney and Counsellor at
Law.
Practice in State and I'ed rai C'oiurt.r
OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE.
Telephone %4

T. E. Fitzgerald F F. ,at -
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Laa\%
Special Facilities for Examining :. i
Perfecting Iand Tit ls.
Office in Conrad Building. 1'ior .- 1-

SG. A. KLOCK, AM. I).,
* PHYSICtIA AND SL Ric()%,
* A.'I'l:t'ti1 t < izih K. M. Ferxuso, n. M1. f
F -ttt n- ,N o ; : .
O ffit0 >* ff ttlrt-: 7 li> 1" ;: ', .. ".' ; ". .'.
and t tlU p. 111. P1!: : -..

E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
K-^p. ..* o t : *it- o' l -. -
Fourth Door %k cat Pt.tfii
Phuh.I '" ..- -,


SROY' HOWE 1. ).
SPhysician and SLjurgren
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SEABREEZE SAWNTAR UV




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Bicycle Livery.

Biq,-4fe Suppls and W4 pai
Comre and See,
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IM. SHUFRO,E H
Brcb dm Myra* Set.
Suits Made to Order From $18 Up.
All work done inside by white help.
CLOTHES CLEANED AND PRESSED
AT VFKT .AS O.IABLX PUrtCL.
All work called for and delivelrd.
-..n.h.r. iiiiirr


Sf. S. HALL
Architect and Builder.


( Pl "'. 209) Palrxwto Avenue

[k-ivtonku. i'lori'a.


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FOR CHARTER. Pleasure Yacht,
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OUR STO RE
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REPORT OF I COnO "

VOLI USIA COUtANNTY
D ELA?. nUlrWA, A-

MERCHANTS' BA
DATIOMA. VLOOMDA.
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JANUARY


RESOURCES
Lma and Discounts $514,49: f;7


i I Stocks and Bonds


Overdrafts.. .......
Banking House and
Fixtures V. C. B.
......... $8,1C7.-5
Daytona 12.27, I' e
Real Estate.
Collection Account


Cash on hand
in Banks.....


O!VB LUS A CALL.


and


LIABIL


Capital Stock ........


I4~n~. r~C ~Strplus and rVar
vi'led Protits.....
De ppsits .


151. :+7


THE BEE Hi
Dry Goods,
Ladies' and (ient's Furnishiu, 3
J. W. FULLOAM, 0.Nft


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7REShII STOCK


Reed Chairs and


AT TFHEl


FURNITURE EMPORIUM


--BINGHAM & MALEY COI


Do'-t Fad ti, rlet Vimn1 'i kct% ( m ~mess


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DAYTONA ICE COMPANY U


ICE


Absolutely Pm'
Made from [rl
Water.


O'ur W\agons make T;,ps DI.l,
Sunday, to all vt fd
DAYTONA, SEABREEZE. OR.'IrIM) and DAYTOUA I


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OFFICE--Rear of Schantz


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Formerly wit Hess Blre.. Ffth Ave.
and Jst Street. New YorV
LADIES' TAILOR,
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RATOGA INN
ft -te Meat Beautiful Spot on the lalifax River.
JOHN J. McOUIRE, Proprietor.
ITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single o- En Suite with
l bo sMtter in Florida. Table of the b wt of everything
STWnM a reasonable as the service will permit, given on

am GAROu.ao in connection with the hotel. Storage by
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For Pleasure,
For a Rest,
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ACCOMMCOATION Ra"te.5o.Day
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WormT"Hotel Palm Beach." j
wMery Moderrt itate-. (r; nutn Icawttioti. Adjai ns Ftnnious "Poln-
What you e~pe t'llto -Tr tiw~.a .i wuitIudo'- (if Fruitsiti.nd Fltw.-
two .. OCh Ily it f4vk lutmtrur- l I -ri I 'oi t Ih Ih r It r it or I bw I t hut uoini I
iI mok. Booklet. Ti,,' Ir tutu, P i, T hI t. Ii i toii Liii. I uuld%,t Hot .I.
[eminV -usntsm~ inmue. m

St. Augustine,
M (Florida.
Setia Family Hotel. All Modern Improvemenwts.
lTUSS tth Pi1tv~tv Bitths. s'itiui Accommodations for 300 Guests
WIet, El"-tor.. ac.
No 04AW('WARD PERD4'. -1- -tii Jan.11 I ,t. Wrt. ft 1111.-
PALMER & MACDOW'A LL. Proprietors.

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Opemd Juune I. 1. H
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POOMUAND, OREGON
(Tbe POW City ,
W3 Loamy at Modeate. Rates.
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amrset. L. 10oomb bk-It b atI'
e"5 GAlngle. IWAWI Aid
WjL Mpones in ever"' rtwll .i
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to TourIst and (un,,'reiwe
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Vmed up. Corrcbputdetli'e '..-
MM HOTE CO.. Proprietors
glgND, Manager


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Cr,. Wahh Ave. Jacksom Houl. W
CHICAGO I


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I Daytm'S U iiambek Ocam Beach.
One of Daytona P crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
k ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
m aanda; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
I' cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
eFed to the popping of their steel shoes
i upon its asphaltum-like face; Do one
i who ever steered a high-power automo-
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed sand but real-
I ized that it is a world-beater, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
'by in joyous mood, and answer whether


The Jst& Ant" And The F Pet Out.
Here is where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season.
Autos 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 squirrel'-
and flowers are free, the sparkling
fountain water is free and vou 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 you. Come and see.


his is not one or tne seven modern -
wonders.
The Pbcld. Pelucid Idtiu River.
Where think you is water with more m'
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a 0 ,_
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta- a KOdak Shop.o"-"
tion, artistic cottages witL roomy ve-
randa's looking out upon her bosom, We are not Portrait Artists, nor
gamey food fishes in countless numbers are we Art Dealers but 10 years
beckoning, as it were to those with rod of close attention to the KODAK-
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck : ERS needs has won for us the
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, enviable reputation of ting
which sit about as if for the sport of I IDCT P 1 C FI
bobbing upon her waves; watch that f11 RST LAMI f INISltRS..
lubberly old white headed p, lican pow'h : Anyone desiring good work and *
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk st:..g- strict attention paid toi th( ir or- -
gling upward with his floundering load 0 ders for developingg and l'rintinzr, O
he snatched from the water. O willgetitat LESESNE'S KO(DAK,
See the beautiful launches, spick and : PI.ACE, the only shop in town
span, their hampers and lockers bulging that makes the Kodak X",,rk :a 1i
with refreshments both solid an liquid Spcialty.
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful All work finished in 21 ,hours, 1"
surface Take out your field gl.-ass and 0 hours if necessary.
sweep the river from Orniond bridge to
Poncet Park light house, then sa I
'whether tlhe Halifax isn't a thing of I II I I /l n ;iI
beauty and a joy forever, and onee of R e LESESNE 10
the modern wonders. Eastman Kodak I)ealr,
The Enchantingly Picturesque Idgewood. 1 .;.li ,. t. .; 1 ,\
Ridgewood a\vicnu' i> uponu thu' ni-t of D UAVTONA. LOKRI A.
a broad ridgv,, straight >, the crow ties, .
and the wid<-spratl;n. lbr:ianc.i's of the -
heavy-t un ked hli\u-otks extend th hir
giant anti'- :.rTss this I izninticu'nt vista, m c
forming :,m arch, i;ndI from t!i>u' uexte'nd-
ed arnis gr: t f .- t > .) -l 1(isi til s
sw ay as th' tr.ul'e \ind.- fiin, tropi(c su ilas '
fan themu l.,,,kii' -t ila lit ahctla dot,\\ I iI '


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til cyvu fir-tto thin I i't.lit andu.1 thl-ii ti- tht-
lu-ft vol tuu se i-t i I I k (.()t t ta,k lk iu it
tr th Io dcu'lt hf Ill t tril
Surpassing Beaut% utt Our %ottagc Homes.
No oeoii.kf I )t,11tti !,littractioun-. lur-
haip'. ('ill? AII& 1-. 1inu Iaarllrt v u. l\ural

tic cutt l-tL .. 1 lt' o k:'~ f'4til!t-t' chat ill-
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:a i' c he urct Iitui't IiI Ilk, t- k i'' 4 t
v(IuilitIrv ( hi t Ii-.tt- inthu a i Iituttk ntkof
another so d, dou ar hLomuti: 111ill tr iI t -
W~ard appbtar~i! A lltl-till, til" lbcliuty
fn uIll 'tie! alItt 'I.'1lit nI art I l l, 1t o
Dout th. o t i.. : l '1 1"L, I ~IV, i tnI I Ittd
bu tilt c ott'c. tn I' I-trt i k up
the 11111" %%ordlt1 I II,, N t ilk.\t,,


Street s and Pa' ement t he ost and ltvt.
(lt I t l4\ tt I,- A I lX" t 2. ,f 1,IIk.u Iuit '.\t -k


Wtt r' A nLI I tt I Ua I
I t)- (rt tr1,Xd I t t 11 1 t L- ~t ~'
% iturverI \\t L:tit i~.au a L\ %,i-, it 4.
for the lu-oitl u(tl dliillI,-i\t ~ittit
tinliphillig t ,tan.It t', LI,: la h t
out Otte cl-ia:i 'a Z,'K"K
picture.
Miau d Id al I I .Z In iI
the street:- ith I:t, ii t i 'A
parkasg, tui, 'h 2, t:i, -i
great park
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that look ant.1 I !,lt! .
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FRIDAY, J9th.
FEBRUARY---


KIN(i & TUCKER'E


B(i CITY'


railroad


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The Prince Geonre.

K. J. Uebery, Battleboro; Min A. C.
Nickerson, Pautucket, R. I.; Mrs. C. E.
Russell, Holyoke, Masas.; Mrs. Alice
Gregerfelden, Troy. N. Y.; Kate MHlls,
hKnox Mills, Sarah C. Mills, Elizabeth C.
Squier. Chicago; P. P. Argersinge and
wife, Johnston, N. Y-; J. H. GlasMand
wife, Ut'Ca, N. Y.; Mre. M. Kennedy, Me
Mcr A. J. Kennedy, Johnston, N. Y ;
A. D. Meeks, N. Y.; Miss Louise Lan-
con, N. Y.; Miss Louise Miller, William
Murray, Mrs. Russell, George E. Dur- C
hAin and wile,. Itica, N. Y.; D. Surpact,
Mrs. F. S. Allen, Richmond, Ind ; John Y
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Mr. Ed. Van de Gazzan, Utica, N. Y.;
Jean Wallace Butler,, Chicago; Isaac A. U
Stewart, Del.anq. 5


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



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nHU 1 L U IV'LA1NLU
Daytona, Florida

Now Open for Season go18-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.

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

HummvilTr A.\iddr,. : ATI.\ANTII' Ir u l: Nurragaunsett Pier, Rhode Ialand.
*u~muem~m~uu1u1uouemuIOIOOOBOOOBOO OEOO OOO


Schmidt's Hotel.
Amiion the arrivals at Schmidt's Hotel
ovwr Sunday were: II. A. Crossland and
wife, Mrs. J. A. Lucke, Miss Elinor
l.uuke. Indianapolis, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs.
Hi. M. Hlicks, I. Green, H. Helms, A.
DI)it rich, Win. )ietrich, J. B. G;allagher,
N.ew Yok: J. iosenian, M. M. Bond,
Lake lle'n ; RI. L.ockwood and wife
Maryli:md; Miss tackhouse, Margaret
\\,,d:ull, A. i. \ o,)dall, Mr. and Mrs.
V. 11. Van Voorhite. DeLuand; Fran, iL
l.ord (',aiii,'lain, Boston, Mass.; John
M. l ar tls atnd n ife, Concord, N. H.;
l.o 1F Stakhlcr and wife, Waverlvy,
(ii,: I' lthtFctcl and wife, Pittsburg;
W. V (hritrcn.s. W. ., Wallace and wife,
Mi M. i:ipM ir' ditchell Tennessee; G.
C. Za:iin, .Jack-onville: Geo. L. Furton,
New 1Yrk; 11 .M. Balgy, Savannah; M.
t'rc'id;iK. I<;-t' : IL; McGreerv
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HELNRY SCHMvIDT & SON, Proprietors,
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T THE BENNETT

tModern and [First cldiss Rooms li, en suitee ith Private Baths.
I 'Entire %, white Ster% ice. Northern Cooking.
': 2 i A. H E. LANE, Proprietors.


THE STILLMAN
1) [IAroN.l)v I). iR. STIILMAN, Proprietor. I
t a,.inx I hc tidlitax tJil hl-,,k fr-,m 1t-prrsiurr lostulthc.r
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Term-; 52.00 and tjp\%zlrd. \~ txklv lates on appikation.
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Playing al


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Entire Change of Pictur -
Every Night.

TUESDAY GT, FEBRUARY 16,
Lacing and Tying
Contest.
tmne wefi-known people of thii city
wal appear un the stag,-.

LOTS Of fiN! COME! LAIIi!
Kdios's-r l,.'.l'- NI' "3 lay nt 5P. .m.
Admission lOc. Nilgt 1l5c.
l1kxi_ O_,_I AT 74 P.. M.


BOWLING ALLEY.


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LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


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Hooligan
in New YorK.

Wednesday, Feb. 17.
Reserved Seats at Hankins'.
75c.. 50c.. 35C.

fr .- '. r/,:2;.. .
For -s-s -. '^*. *. r -


iW!lan RIVER ORANGES i
SGrape Fruit and i
0: ,:. Tangerines.......
-- -ann s' -.7 Itr;'..'- |
BOX TRADE
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