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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 17, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00317
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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January ill
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. r ohnd alke. and says it
tt o he ight, at 10:30

- frow -the Milledge-
== On January 13
I to some Federal prison
lto the fmhadcs of Statc
)-wked up to a high pitch
-"I everybody is curious


CAME


GA IOEi.


Murders, Safe-Cracking and Con-
flagration FdlUow One Another
In Rapil Succession.

LT'S WM IT' AU EeI.


The editor of L daily paper is credited
with a lov- f.,r f'cnration, for tragedies.
Such Id lic mind bti. it,, it ik a fact that trace-
die lri:' t,' i-.tl lii mill." The very
Dnture ,f ,i- l, -ireecs makes it plain
that ti.e \. lit. t l.at distress the puble,
great j .blic calamities, afford him an
enlarr4 d field of operations.
.Neapa"per writers deal so much with
sen'atiuut that to some extent they be.
come inured; they become callous to
such things juLta the burgeon become
inunrd to feclil7and uses his scal)el
without a tremor. Perhaps no one in
town laments more the murders, the
po.toffice robbery and the great fire
than does the Daily News. The public
reads its "scare" headlines, and its de-
tails of these various tragedies, and gets
the idea that the editor fairly revels in
such things.
Such conclusions are illogical, are far
from the truth. Th public wapts the
news; the public demands the detals of
these various sensatios, and it a meaer
and perfectly colorless statement of
bare facts were- given under simple
headlines the editor would be called an
old fossil, his subscription list would
dwindle to a mere trifle, and within a
few moons the sheriff would be crying
off his presses and fixtures to satisfy the
claims of insistent creditors. This is no
joke.
The IDaily News is trying to give you
wtlt you want, what you are paying
for. It could be far more sensational
than i ti; it draws the line at "yellow
jouri.hli-m." It is facts it is after, and


IElm. ~ but at this hour. al legitimate news comes within its
I ot been located S .pe. It goes a step farther than this:I
It (m-says to guard the public interest
ra Par P ijamas. IIIn such endeavor it needs frequently
maa nsae unknown, champion the public cause to the injury, i
"Iedt Wquicklvtas L os pi if not total destruction, of the indi-
r lg. the male member vidual or the corporation. Here it often
iln ml. r erong for p b- makes enemies without much public
d&al*Wayswill be. thanks. Right here i, where a weak-
V aw e s this couple hads a kneed editor falls He lacks the nerve
r I p asw when the to take the stand and make the fight.
.Wt to the bottom The Daily News is gratified at its rap-
by the immigrant idly growing subscription; it is evidence
Ir as.Aftr this nar- con-lusive of popular approval. It is
MW wre taken back I sinc.n*lv hoped that with the burning of
e ari pftere, lhe great Clarendon Hotel the tragedies
Iv up the idea of of the present season end, and that from
Europe, and to this on pleasanter things of interest may
I ust in time fill these columns. It is the aim of this
geta-way, in paper to give a recital of all news hap-
Oawrmdon burned openings in clear-cut, straight-forward
4110 runing. As c,ncise language, and with sufficient
r0owv themselves snap to ke -t you all on the qui vive.
to Daytona in
W more clothes,
rnslved to spend the .* \A 1,tI\IHILE f:,K ('AIV:R1 -IFour
kbe0r at the coldest!
for in cylinder Stevens-Duryea. hour or;
IrtWe ftr trip, call Morgan House. phone !1()


te As It Stood Saturday Evening
THE BUSH & SAFFORD PIANO CONTEST.


DAYTONA


kImal


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1,005,670
173n anw


ROTATIfnt


-Thorndyke in Baltimore American.
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WERE FIRE


VICTIMS.


T. G. Taylor of lHolly Hill, who rc-
cently purchased land and removed to
that place from Hastings, had an uncle
Sand aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Taylor, of


Detroit, Mich., in the Clarendon fire.
Mr and Mrs. Taylor arrived Saturdai
evening and retired that night. much
pleased with the Clarendon and expect-
ing to remain for some time only to he
rudely awakened the next morning by
the cry of fire. They wcrA located itn
the north wing of the building, clo.-c to
the origin of the fire and had little tinoe
for preparation, escaping only tartly
clothed, losing all thIir wearing appaic l
and valuables, but impreserving their I
ready money. l'ortutiatclv their trunks
had hot been delivered, but were safe in
the baggage-room of the depot in: tis
city
Mr. and Mrs..T;\t hr r-iimained here
until Tuesday when they left for St
Augustine. They spent some weeks
here two winters ago and liked 1)aytona:
very much, but their fire experience l i'i-
settled their plans for renl airing ;ias thly
intended.


A PAIR OF


"CORKERS."


BEIRIIN, Feb. 17. -l'residhe-it i ,oe-
' velt will remain in Ie-.rlinr -v.ieael weeks
as the Kais, here after his big African hiutinig trip


Old Fashioned Revival Meetings.
I| fuiill',h,' l 1,\ 1".', '-,1 ;. ]


GETTING


VERY "FLY."


In her Florida Sii.lhi:, e" ceoliuinI t1o
Timevs-Uniom thrice lieqs into ve.re,, i.-,
witness:
"i).AYTONA- JAtCK.-;( NVIi.I I; .\l!i
I.NE."
Th" lie ig blil,,o
\\ ill be lher. e .r,,
To fly along the East Ca-t.
It's coming rie1
(':owdls to alure'-
To Morgan let's lnrik a ttis."

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lie 'o iiiig o, f tIn air-hip ti t,.
'I flth I D)avto:tn;i luto meet
\\ill gi\v.'e ,itit deturne'
lThce fiun te enhance
A ini it'll l ] ,ilt it a uiiii(m ti ; .'


"AT D)AYTI'ONA ihl\( 11
It %Nill take- r,c \e
T'lhat will n,,ot s.\t\ v,
To ride in the ante lac-es,
IFor it's agreedl
They'll eat up sp '-1
As the winiI ,l h \\ iin tli.ii l':t -


T1hie Ipiit slwculd havli a d. 11:.til'-i.
linct reaul .
"As thee wired hiews r lo
kers."
lit- Shou~tld reect Sae-rhs-- -r f -
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ANOTHER


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\VASHIlNGTON. F.I.,. 17- it 1.-


f- IRE EXTRA


WENT FAST.


( n Mondaiy the Daily News put on a
f ,w liulndrd extraa papers anticipating
;:1n inc('ra.sd demand because of the fire
-toryV. The t xtras were picked up with
.-Ucli :tvidiiVy and the demand for more
i VfW.l-, "'lcrcil and so insistent that the
f1',i mis "c're :gain made up and some ad-
liitiiinal fire n.cws given, besides the
try of the capture at Jacksonville and(


.nifesioim T,f Jolhn Sampson, the Ipost-
,h.fie rnielr. 'lh(e big press and folder
\\% r e a:taini set in motion, a thousand
cxtr:ts rin (oIf Ibrsides several hundred
( \tra r l)i.'s <,f thie daily.
T,(' It1e vs 1)o%-s went tto work anid Ivby
, irkl, ((,!.-iilerally irmore than a thousand ,
.ipr- we.re sold. One ntCwbh)y's cohii-
-i-i,',it (n papers sold ainmouinte'd to
-::.7.- in ;a t wo-hoeur canvas.


'Ilit,-e fea:ts serve t(, show the city-
!ike p, prrtiemmi to W hich the l)iaytoerna
,Iil- I irt LIk, wro .


BICYCLES


COLLIDE.


T';-i.V U),.,ut no)1n ats J. 1H. Frozen
'\; I- 1 :1 n[up M;agr(iolia avenue on i his
!,iiv,'.-,..,1 1 i.s return to The e Prospect,
i ; .'. ,' -1, hle was run into l)y a
_b o,,PA ;.,,y, ulei n a wheel, and pain-
S':i'\, Ie u h nreot seriously, injured, hav-
::., kice bruised and thee knuckles of!
i.,- :'i.t le:mrd ;b:tily skinne(d.
1., !,>v \-s al].- somewhat the worse
f O 'Ie ili-nie,, \ihiceh Was lue to his
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FREE BRIDGE OVER THE HALfAX


IS LOOMING UP CONSPICOIOY.


A. HI LANE IS


STRUCK


East Side Beghming

To Wake Up.

Jas. E. Alexander Says ie Womld


SIike To Give Daytoa District

SBY Ail AUTO A Concrete Brde.
T"They say"-don't quote the reporter
Hle Is Run Down And Has |A ,;s saying this-that if any number of
S Narrow Escape From Bein persons are in a room and mutually agree
Nror ng to concentrate their thought-force for
Killed. the accomplishment of any one tbiag.
S-.that thing will be done. For instat-e:
TU UIPTIM IeTITIITe lilT An outsider is introduced into the circle
IIHEL ICTII INSTITUTES A k UIJI. who is not aware of any compact. The
Srcompany think" he must get up aad
S. open a certain door, clow a certain door,
A. H. Lane, of the firm of A. II & E. Mstu;dl before a picture, remove to an-
Lane, proprie:ors of Thl. l:enni tt, i itlhter chair, or any other such act they
Ridg wood avunuc'. had a narrow caC i' "i"y choose to concentrate their thiak-
from death or serilis injirv yurnd(.iy ing energy upon. This thought-power
morning about 7-30 o'cloc('k \llile ,n i.i; takes hold of the subject and dlrerts
way to the Clarinldon fir,.. liin and their will is carried out. You
Mr l.ane wasi uccu',mp!iiitil by I:lviin Il't b-lieve this? Many here in Day-


Mills, an ',mploye.o of tlir htcl, iiela
both were riding bicych s. As they were
going East on Ocean boulevard, Sea:t-
breeze, they nmet an old style ('adillac
machine coming from the fire, widile an-,
other automobile was coming up Valley
street. Mr. Lane and Mr. Mills w-re on i
the right aide of the roa,( and kept on
their way, expecting the car corning
West to continue on its coirso, or turn
out behind them, but both agree that *
while the driver of theauto slowed down
he turned directly into th Valley street striking Mr. lane's rear
wheel and throwing him against the car.
Mlr. Lane, instinctively, caught hold of
the automobile to save himself, and,
grasping the hood, was dragged eight or
ten feet before the ear was stopped. He I
was in a dazed condition when tilk.n
from in front of the auto and was suffer-
ing from bruises on his face, chest and
leg, as well as the shock. One of his
shoes was torn from his foot as he w I
teing dragged along. The, I ens of a
headlight of the auto %was hbr,,k- n b tlei
collision, and the bicy(II,. oinirl under
the car, was badly lnla.led., l El ii,
Mills escaped bcing run diwn i)by nak-
ing a quick turn to the Ieft, aind it is
(clear that Mr. .amne only <.-a~ipcl inorc(


serious injury by gralspirn the ear.
The automobile bore n ) riU',i, r Ihut
was driven by a Mr. \\arrLcr, a gue-t (-,f
thfe LaCros.se \Vill:i, tl.,I liitiiit Mr.
Iane home with hnim but ili-':i.ii:rnd hIe -
ing at fault ill the l matter IL i I',I.
however, that tlhe ear wui~ 4e,;)t,, 'A
the brake' while -till ,ri l ,i.:'i .i .
M r. L.ane, lins in.titlteil -iit ;t :;-
Mr. Warrier th- owri,,r :ti I dei,.-r,, l t'
ait romrobile.


J. C. Popple i)ies.
J. C. l',,pple, for n yarty itr- a re-.si-
dent of T'omo ,ka,. ,ut rnmre recently
living on the W. If1 l:,irninel,,n grove
property in the .,i)ithw'e tn part (f
this city, (lied thif-re T'ue -iV :I,,rrnI:L.'.
:aged 62' ye ir-, andl % )a uriel i:1 'wood cemetery thi.- i rfirig. I:.' v .1. I..
, t'ooper, pal-tr of the.- M. 1. I ,
southth (of Kingston, otl->dtl iZ, .


1 ':. rain ; f tL', nj(orlieng lhad! left a
lii. :,i ;,.,t irl tiec roadlway, just oppo-
-: he 1i-e l)-pla:teiii Iotel, ;:il(i Mr. Frozen
'. f,,li,.\ ilg :, *'ryv tr:ac.k on t! r Nortlh


fll .i do.
E veryNbody nearly hereabouts-unless
:ie be a bridge stockholder ,rofiting un-
.lr the present regime-is now "think-
ig'' a big. double-track, beautifully
archedd, eye-plea-ing, purse-saving, awe-
inspiring concrete bridge. The thought-
erc.rgy the public is sending out seeme
!u be gathering force and overwhelming
things.
Prominent among the many who hare
heen won over to the free bridge idea is
James E. Alexander, one of Volmia's
representatives in the State legislature
In a private letter to the Daily News
Mr Alexander says:
"I shall be over soon, and I wish to
meet the people of Daytona and adja-
cent cities before I go0 toTa-M-,
relative to a free bridge. The people
are entitled to it and ought to have it
an'l I am going to try to give it to
tlihen. Yours truly,
J. E. ALEXANDER."
li*fore posting his letter Mr. Alezau-
(ler adl'ls the postscript:
"I would rather give the people of
I)Dayto.na a free bridge than anything I
(an think of and I think I shall succeed
i'e loing so. J. E. A."''


A MINE


HORROR.


N\EW CA.\'ISTL, .ngland, Feb. 17-
lhirty-twuo miners frightfully burned
were resscued this minrning from the
Stable. coal mine which was wrecked
yesterday by explosion. Eight bodies
were also removed. One taken out
alive diecl of burns. One hundred and
eight innrir- are still unissing. Passage
to, the s.ne whe.re- the miners are en-
t,,rine el ih iirr possible because of fallen
rc ks and it will be days before the res-
cuiICers -ill le' able to, reach them. The-
burring piaeP i.- filled with gas.


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ADVERTISEMENTS




F. W. POPE
Attorney and Counsellor at
* Law. a
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OFFICE O*E6PO5-T~f-FIA;E.
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InIIuu- m0 em. Ome inesin


T. E. ntzge"r d Y F F
FITZGERALD & OXTES
Attorneys and Counsellors at La%
Sp"eiaFaeui te-- f Ex a --.-:'.n
Perectizc Lan T.:i-T
Officiz CoadBuonra g.


JudgeJ. Lee McCrory, ef De-
Land, is Daytona visitor.
Gun S. Brown, wife and son. from
Central Lake, Mich, arrived Mon-
day, and are visiting Mr. Brown's
mother. rs George F. Broun. fd
North Ridgewood a-enue.
II- -S-Foot Launch, for lees than
one-half of ost. Box 4 '2. 3tod
& B. Wil o, county tax amemor.
is in the city today receiring tax re-
turns for the prtent year. Mr.
Wilaon divided his time yesterday
between Holly Hill and Seabreeze
and tomorrow will be at Port Orange
"L '-T--Sunda.,, pair gold frame.
bow spectacles. Case marked N.
11. Clark. optician. Reward if re-
turned tc Mills' restaurant.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adler gave a
dinner party Tuecday to their
friends from New York. Count
Loremark. Mrs Wilkens, Tax Com-
ris'icner Ge. I[. Kallenberg and
.:'-. wh' are Cgaesti of the IrT

M'r ,..n Mr-s Charles Seiffert. of
.:Y f.:-r:. gu<.s frjt the past three
weeiLs .,f Thea Westen. on First
av-Lue. departed Tua--.day morning
f r Miari. where they will meet
.:.r JIaugLtzer and her husband
w:,A -*t. r-turn with them to Dlay-
T.:.a. .... s.i., at Pa~m Beac anl
Zaer pt iLI tf ict-res: on their way
S:-k :! "hiS city.
.ar~acrcs Inn Garage, cars sjre,
* day or week. 'ix-cylinder. sever-
.ssenger Welch and f, nr-passen er
Eimore for charter, hour or tnr.
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ARATOGA INN
| jMNO 0 t Me MOst Beautiful Spot o1i the Halifax River.
JOHN J. McGUIRE, Pro wietor.
m ISVITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with
D.L No better in Florida. Table o' the best of everything
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r1 I t1 AI tm Aid TP A IThe Phistt Ol.
The Modern Here I where world's records for speed
are broken with every recurring season.
Seven Wonders Auto the biggest, the fastest and theOF T E HOTE S
finest are on daily parade and the big __
show I as free as the pure artesian
IayMM's Imwpmpem ocs- BuK. water from the thousand flowing wells. j
Oe of D tooa crowning glorie i It i a continuous show with constantly Saat
Sheer comparable beach. No one who shifting scene. You will probably catch
vermt foot upon its smooth, packed the spirit and when you do the roads Among the recent arrivals at the N
saods; no one who ever pedaled a bi- and the beach are yours. The Florida Saratoga Inn are: Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. *
cye over its expanse; noon who evr sunshine is free, the balmy ocean Wilsey, Srnithville, L. I.; Mr. and Mrs.'
drove a prancing pair of horses and list- breezes are free, the birds and squirrels Mayberry, Miami; T. J. Weher and 0
eed to the popping of their stel shoes and flowers are free, the sparkling wife. Miss Grace Weher, J. L. Talcott e
t upon its asphaltum-like face; Do one fountain water is free and you will have and wife, Buffalo, N. Y.; W. H. Jordan,
Swho ever steered a high-power automo- to go down In your wallet only for coin Springfield, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Nesbet, U
I bile down the broad stretch of wave- for the auto and bed and board. Thomas O'Donnell, Miss Julia Brennav.;
washed and surf-packed sand but real- This is no fanciful picture; it's all Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
ized that it is a world-beater, a world- here. It is drawing other thousands -
Swonder. Go stand upon this wide and h-ilding them enthralled, it will
speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and hold vou. Come and see. Schmidt's Hotel.
Sby in joyous mood, and answer whether Schmidt's Hotel has the following'=
This is not one of the seven modern m a guests, who arrived Tuesday: R. L
Wonders. j Johnson, Brenard E. Uphoff, Philadel-!


STh Placid. Pelucid Halitfax River. dhi;; T. A. Carroll, Jacksonville; John
0000000.640 00* 00 -00e0"*0p Where think you is water with more 0 B W in 7 0 W.Mchewon, New York City; E. HawU-
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a 9 mann, Jacksonville; C. Decker, Chicago;
-l; *****<>************** mile wide, fringed with tropical vegcta- Aa Kodak Shop.= A I. Miller, C. M. Carrier, Seabreeze; E.
S Tho Minnapolis tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-0 D. Phillips, Knoxville, Tenn.; Mrs. L. L.
: Brd Vcr ,iA, ge sha iTr. rands's looking out upon her bosom, We are not Portrait Artists, nor Miller, East Orange, N. J.; S. J. AndLer
: RATES a... t .Ao. PEB DAY. gamey food fishes in countless numbers 1are we Art Dealers but 10 years son, New York City.
S eA. B W to thoe with rod of close attention to the KODAK-
IP-LAE th.rnth otnt. P.oh2 in, teckoning, as it were, to those with rod
J P SIt T1LEy P MIAMI s pand reel; her bosom flecked with duck ERS needs has won for us tlhe
Among the arrivals at The Ridgewood
S which sit about as if for the sport of soi anT liqui FIpiecHiaty Among the arrivals at The Ridberood
a For Comfort, 'bobbing upon her waves; watch that i IS ll wo-fLA ISLINIos. on Tuesday were the following: Chas.
For Pleasure, lubberly old white headed ptrican pca-h Anyone desiring good work and rDavits, Clyde Line; Mr. and Mrs. Chas
For a Rest, a fat mullet, and that fish Iwk t.g- strict attention paid to their or- A Tupper, Churdiville, N. Y.; C. A.
R ai ling upward with his floundering load ders for Developing and Printing, Nutes, Jacksonville, Fla.; Leo Spor
,he snahe.d from the water. willgetitatl ESESNE'S KODAK 0 borg, Mrs. II. A. Sporborg, Albany. N.
DeLand See the beautiful launches, spick and PLACE, the only shop in town V ; W. HI Rankin, Elizabeth N. J.; P.
Thet ,' ,lyg Cm 'spandt heir hampers and lockers, bulging
V I RO No rts, attheir hampers and lockers uling that makes the Kodak Work a (gilhooly, Misses Marjorie and Helen
PIroprietor. the Com*nac of with refreshmeutns both solid an liquid aLSpecialty. E sGilhooly, M N. George, E. P. Roberts,
ACCOMMOATON Rrte$. Dyeady for a cruise upon her beautiful All work finished in 2-4 hours, 12 Atlanta; P. .J. Schant, wife and daugh-
12- Spediyweek surface Take out your field glass and hours if necessary. ter, St. Paul, Minn; Mr. and Mrs. It
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to i Van Lahn, Jr., Brooklyn.N. V .; Mrs F.
Poncedr g Park light house, then say Lu
U Si B. l)rake, New York city,
ote^-~l Oal^* whether the Halifax isn't a thing of || 1
Aomtel modalm for 300DGeacts0 beautyy and a joy forever, and one of J O. yn --
.(r;i,,d fIA et oin. Adjoln% Warnour "Poin- f the modern wonders. Eastman Kodak Dealer, The Despland.
too- --ironi ;ihia Iipndor of Frultt Mud Flow. Dihood S
rn it -, r tout Ii I.o' trIitnor Nit that eomime The Encantingly Picturesque Ridgewood. RImc-ili Mtirvt. iwa4r :*% A\ o..nd
1., 1 ii., Pam1itB c out Lt inel hHnds it Hotel I To new arrivals at The Despland on
S^Ridgewod ave.nue is. upon the (ret.f DAYlONA, F LORIDA. Tuesday were: Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Poole,
*-*~I *a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
n tef wi dee d eingu d bachs o te *ho0rO.t Biltinore; Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Valen-
iand the wide-spreadinge branches of tle child and aid, Richmond, V
onoD ta atcospr}raae a a itine, cfihd a ged m tsarid, Tichmoueda, Vu :
St. Augustine, heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their George "'. Stevens, Boston; L. S. Tib-
.I.T. tic cottage. h wr of te hr -r -e George PI. tevcns, Boston; L. S. Tib-
oWun n tA Ftlorid. giant arms across this magnificent vista, r bal C cago, I l.;Geo. L. ufberry Mrs.
All ModenImprovements.forming an arch, and from these tend- Lufberry, Mrs. DuBois, Pt. Orange, Flap l
E ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss n M r i A
Accommodations for 300 Guests sway as the trade winds from tropic seas t.ri Y, 0., n Ms ra ynn, A
S 11 to Writfor lus- fan them. Looking straight ahead down ;lta; Mr.and Mrs. Chs. E riib,
tritd Bokl't. 1Ric mond Batr, N. Y.; Mrs. iEdith A. i
".-,..*P:. anothis white shell street one has the im- a [| ian Altoona Pa.: Mrs. P.or
U*@****P ****o***rietors. pression of a fairy path with elfieh dra- 'iJ */ i Ir Dvis Mro. Jeff Davis, Alfrel [) .as
series, but as you move along and cast S o ke ,t, T:ki g.
an eye first to the right and then to the the ue
left you see distinguished cottage hornits Mrs. Win. tulenbord, \ifo of'
ain the most delightful settings. I )r. Winm Stuhenlordl. of Ntvw Y rk
Se e i I 'the 'Prince (neorae.
Hurpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes. (it%, a brother of Coirad Sthlrn- .
No one of Dayvtona's attractions, per- tbonl. arrive Suti.dav ai v is visiting T*e fnllowinig guests arrived Tuesday
l universal wt Mr. Stubenbord and f.rnilv at ._t ltThe Prince(George: F. G. Keiser.
N "n 006091010" h attention and praise than dos th ar tini r hand some iriter l _.attention and praise than (hls thev( artis-
tic cottage. The owners of thliesecharm- l1 tigewot(l tvcti. rol," iverton. Ill.; A. L. )avis and
ing villas hail from every corner of the I( I Ii
Tfl BrmuA(TB ll OATEE country and they bring their own archi- F'resh Michelin tiIe, a lli. ('l lnd, .; Mr. and Mrs. eo
1*I WELL1TN OTE tectural plans and build upon them.and no swonms. For cile at tia. \tli t W,, ('amplbll, Miss Irene Campbell.
or0. Wbh Ave. & Jackso 80W. !as the architecture of one section of the Motor Car Co. and Central ar> klv' N.. N( ; Miss Ida Straub, New
i ICHICAGO country differs from the architecture of rll r Cityw i
Another so do our homes differ in out-
a ~v.-;i' N'i1 ward appearance and structural beauty I M x 1 J 'X d i y. ie .1 i
waSrd aperac and nomnonoto-j iti rt:iined thle house guests there last
from one anothe-r. There are no inonoto-
-*riit i width and excendling clever ne'ro
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings wit an x e tl. i n
S but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated ll l **
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Hot and Cold Running Water and Long
Distance 'Phones in all Rooms.
it~ml. .Io wlth Botht
It Ito I. 1.10atod Upwards
()I I ll. ( 1 wi 'iu (111i(3tit 1,111i' ng Hrrn1Ius
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to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What next?"
Streets and Pavements the Most and Best.


Why the Architect of the Iniverse
chose to give to Daytona the most ad-
mirable, the most picture-l(ue natural
setting of all the cities of the South is
not revealed but that such is a fact
must be apparent to the. most, superficial '
observer. With such lavish wealth of'
natural beauty it b,-came an casy' thing
for the hand of man to give the little
finishing touches while h have brought;
out the color- and outlines of tlie big
picture.


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KING & TUCKER'S


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Man did all thie- in the laying out (of i 1 J
the streets with th-.ir \\ide Il margins of 3 n osv
parkage, the (ntirev city b)',comes Ia
great park
And as for paven,, -ts, pavements 0
that look and act like granite,-wher, NV T A.UIF"E MT
else between the ea.-lrn and western I lUll Ut PNO iUILl M I .
seas are so many miles in proportion to _
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of
place reports moire andl better, I aytona rilg & uk n S;,, :
thuro.ws duwn thle gauntlet to the world. i s ittiiitg ev v l.i, ti t
Squirrels, Ftowoers. Birds and Fruits. s W N i :N i i '!,rirlini- in 1ii
.. .. \-W world 'f VW olid, -.


1\ hatev\t'r one s slliorto'n(lltmlgs and](
however indiffelTrnt or ,eve callous .rice
may be to ran'y things, thic nlere men- t i Bands of I fl FuI n r


rht'rrtily 'crij,*vct lu i enterta;inmr ent.
Mr I):ta. ,i and Mrs. Butler, both if
janl IFr:r.i l,'!i~hitful evev\ning at The Prince Ge;rgc
Ivy r:i-tding the! |alms of the varii.us
T ;,.t'. Tlis,- Inadies are professional
'iii ii r(a:al(cr, and will be pleased to
'!:,i\~':% Ii('c fishing their palms read
t :ll up"n thlun at Th,, Prinice George.


Woman.
\,,;\\ ill. the gent lest of all creatures
;- t, < le<' "-''ieinc iasterful and evenl
i i!!i:', i. this !,i-'ause she is a 'ruia
i ;r in \\l c4 ,mpuisitlot n eiioti ni
: ,.ii.i.: i -. tn ;d teintiotn Ivwhien highly
;i:.lnl I, tklrie s p assliul, and p.is
-i.I; '-i, iri-" ;Ill!t, reiasonat le llI iltatiril
, li' n' t,i tyranuni'al. o'slll es, then
;ii \\ .t11ii \\ it li ore than ordlnairy
;,!i \\ ill ;til per-,isteut purpose. Thes(e
\x 1i- :1 winged by the passion which is
,:ttliii;Il t (lie sex become utolerant,
!;..i i-'f t il it;!l ti ore tyrannical than
iillI. Qualitiatlln t.o, the Intense ac-
tis',i .f the impassioned soul is treatc h-
,ry. :ivnd< c,,itradlitlon is treason. Like
it oiotvmy wind, they will have their
swe'-p, ind ignore all countraries. Atud
fr-,,ti this predominance of the i-no -
li,:;>l ,.ltmiunit It seems plain that.
Ithnuati wonmin may try many things
::13i succeed In most, she Is. with her
yeriArl suii tflt- Tialtrinll!v ltiCir*rlttftPe


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THE CLARENDON
MR. FRED MAUHS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y.,
has arrived with his corps of assistants and opened The Clare-
don Bath Department to the public.
Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths
Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths,
Steam Massage,
Given at all hours by the very highest grade of Profeaiomal OpseW-
tore. The only place south of Washington, 1). C., where theme 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.


Suununmn'r Addr'-.--: .ATI..tNTIC' HoTl'M, Narrngensi'tt Pier, Rhode Island.


4 Frointing in the Elctric Lights aad w
SHalifax Rive.r. Modern Improvements



Schmidt's Hotel:a


4 HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors,
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
: Fine Home Tl'lhtul
SReisonable Rates unDDny Ruonms


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THE RIDGEWOODI
F E. D. L ANIWORTIHY, Proprietor,
TIHE house is charmningly sit'iatt-1 on Ridgewood Avenue, the high
eat aud iiost alte' lifuil )(oiint i; the1 town of Daytona. It is
very tastefuIlly aid cornif' rtal'lyv finished and is modern in
very respect. ilThe vegetables are from the Ridgewood garden,
and native fruits, % which gr Wv in abundance, are a feature of
thie table.
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Steam Heat inr Every Room


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STHE BENNETT

Modern and First-class IR,)nms, en suite with Private Baths. j
i Entire White Service. Northern Cooking. .
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A. H. & E. LANE, Proprietors.,




THE STILLMAN
DAYTONA, FLORII)A, I). R. STIII.MAN. Proprietor.
F acingg The Hulifar. ialf llSl1.k (rim Stwresrand Po't.offl e.
I Modern Imprormrnt%. \ hitch Help. Nurthernm Chf..
* Terms $2.(00) and upw\ard. Weekly Rates on application.
TABLE BOARD




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Theckwayca O J uaw
The afashimable rep:rzer- .Mr. R. F'
of the Pir# uwr ap a:DI:iir fi,'ure 3t
weddincs and r elttiosi' in th-vt f.'rth-
and ttifes. and Thsekonruiy 51ws: 5s
spoLe of bim asJ VR Lies- and 's-ibdd i
the r la olf Jidicule ( a Nm and his
uwas "Jename areircd hiUmself by
earefuilly 1lm1ng Tickeray. name
out ot an k Is lits. 3tames- had one
diroful exper'eewe. Wen Prince A]-
,be"R rnt to the Isle of WigIt to Io-


pect *-.rce tne "TaKsnkmat:e re- Fort Pierc-. ;s t vin iS !- i. h
i.nrter" rr.na, ed to g'~ on board the iiern.r.- tinki g r t: '.,%r c
-.ral yacht before s.be left Cowes. ,, T lai a (,
Wben the l-at was haIfway acr"waJ. Y ut T n li ai-
the .,k-et 'the prenve 3 a strangerL ... .lin.e
on board was detected. and be was in- off the pier. I'id ti..-y *;*y ;t? W,.i.
terropated by one of the suit_ Jeamne. hardly. Thb- r:.,,ve-d a t. n.e '.r
anolrnced his prnfeaskmal pe_,sitlon place ta, -,. ard !.v tih- r:.e tL, v are
and was infurnned t be had been all goLe- the 'i.;i.".- ra-, a co dia'bt -'
uilyt- of an un-wrra )table Intrusion. ,. ..
He was fortbwith bundled into a smal a
boat which was attached to the yacht,
and as the ea was rough be was Euchre Party.
drenched to the skin ia a few minutes.d r E.M. H :.:, and
When tbe yacht arrived at P>rtsmouth br. a' E t g -!:; *M and rs.
the tide w-as low. and Jeame wuas pll- Albert. wwcre the gu"L- of Mr and Mrs.
ed out Of the tKvat and compelled to Conrad Stubc-iN,,rd. Mor,id. --ve:.itg.
wade to the shore through the mud as participating in a gat: (A- p, ,rr-gr.-i\v.
best he could--London Truth. c-uchre which irnclud.id Mr. SLubIni *jrd,
!family and vi-itors. Mr. Holmrar Tir '
He Pd I Le first prize, .ile Mirz- I.,.:.a eS':.a c, -'
A wel knt-wn actnr wa< leavtne a -,rd ,

cv.-ning ni~ ir~ L u- a :~',-: :a~; aL,
c.#-~ fa~ r &

Wilmans' Opera house Safe.
C. F. Burgrman, a f d-drtf- r. ':;-I-
tU,, Mt-w to inform the'- I c't ia \ a
mant t'p- haju: that aip .:
(cap-s from upper and I- wo-r 1bca,*a
-Af-re provided far tcme :.;* a- -. u
:,,re situated a: thfIncarit, t j-(


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lmanIl 1Ini to mwn. near wmirnD Le Ina
spent the uiner. for Chicaor to at-
tend rebeari.ai. The act,,r was driven
up to the rural railroad station and de-
patited on the platf.rnm. taegther wlth
Lis two trunks. As the train was about
to start he approached a stranger near
by and said:
"Are you going to CLlcago on this
train l
"I ai."
"Have yon any taM ae''"
"'No." 1
"-e!lI. friend, you can do me a favor
and It won't cost you a cent. I've ggt
two good szed thinks here. and tLey
always make me pay excess ft>r onc.
Yun .-an get one checked r,n your ti,-kte
and save me sozme money."'
-Tes. but I haven't any ticket."
"But y.-u just said you were gping
on this train."
*So I am. I'm the crjdudtc'Or."
The actor paid the excess as usual.


An Awful Liar.
Sir Arehitbad Gt-ikie. the l-tin
guisbed g -lu1gbt. iles a gread -tatrtr In
his capijtal hzb(ok (Li *Seiattf R.-n;n'.I
eencr-e -I wst quite ture yaK] i- 1l
peen ina-ur L gh'sarh. d a fri.-::.d
said tco Izr Arrhlla1 "I r"I nt t th aid
farmerr nf iG tb, had a %:raie tzj!.
toa teit me. 1 'l,. Mr. Cnirhaart.b he be-
car. 'I mu wri-l tthe q1Irsr-.t mdy
t Either d -. y. kAs I 'aasseo nngri by tbe
be-id ,f thfo1 c:cu.. I th.chrt I hea:rd P
vk "Pen ?ay qusrrvi-ia l 1utr -han I
1---Lit ('z:-n there as Be Wee s8t.ft
I: A r, W!,; .:it bbe wras chapr.n, the
ri-cks .u iharuruer. utiies be wit,
w-r.. '* : ft~ .~ -wuk. vvhi:Ps fechrln' -il
*n.;% -a'iu them for a'
When lie -am up frae
S'W. 1.1:, .nd m~e bd a largee (,.n.
Le t~- :.-: me a' aboot the
i n:. tii+tuv c-how-ed thnt Scot--
hind i'ws an.ne lilPe Grenlan. signed
!:., i a A r3t C #'c rt!erT l Nlwdy. Mr.
1'oitth art. Iaut-an awfu'. au-u' leear."
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VAUDEVILLE.


Waeek of the ISth


I 'mselle Mes.
f Remind SinM a nd Xylopbone
Hayin- ali his week.
1 Eni -Change of Pictures
I Every Niht.

jTUSDA ITj, flMAlRY 16,
I| Lacing and Tying
I Contest.


S-,.)e va-.-;known people of this city
siil appear on the stage.

LOTS Of fUN! COME! LAUEl!
KH-ti-r Matin-e Raturday at p. ru.
Admisliom lOc. lItI 5s.
IO- kA OPF.S AT T. P. M.


BOWLING


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TD- ri zo-4t popular
fmndtoi'r gaitme- for


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


REAt'H TREEKT.


LOCAL ITEMS. 1


The LaUdie' Aid Society of the M1.'
Church Rill hold a fair and sup-
-r at the Armory tomorrow night.!
ie Ie avtona Cornet Band will play '
irirg the evening.
T;e "',,-ligan in New York"
i:; a',v arrivedd in the city thib
rorninp from 'Palatka. where they
a.je a hit at the new Howell thea-
T hby play at Wilman's Opera
*:'*: : -:ig~i


A faiir and supper will be given
n: t.:e A.\rmory, Thursday. Feb. IS.
,v 'l: t.i- li f the IM. E. Church
C-l-at
TIe (ruinsing yacht. Ernestine,
:',!CrI.e i >'lnd:y from a six days'
1.:::.%ir,I an fishing trip down the
r'r Fie party, which consited
f!:'e t-ree Stubenbords, C-,nral
.--ni r ai(li juniir. and .James, Al-
*:-r;::an Ln'lv. E. Holman and
lt,:ryv Strube. h:id a mn-st enjoyable
;tni ,-u-.e-sful trip. While at Ti-
a' -'iil.e thL .\-AAvxate gave the party
S *-r {,a,'-a'san, andI interesting
.rir.,- :l'


i- r -a.e Lt i bargain-two gun-
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SEABREEZE


HOOLIGiAN
in ?Jew Yori.

Wednesday, Feb. 17.
Reserved Seats at Hankins'.
75c., 50c., 35c.
Fot ,~ca nr fiiet,- I o j.n,l- Tri': c-.
'H u Fare RPu;n,l Tr -, 254.
For p-'ial <'onv~%''--ytoi, <':i:i "]';.

INMDAN IVER ORANGES :
r, o, ho Grape Fruit and
no tter Tangerines......
-cleten and hb;Lh'bt-;,, .. -. r..'.
BOX TRADE
Su tCITD .. n -
OGEORE H. MLN-RO
OROWER ADU HtlP'ER
sa6 S. RIDOEWOOO AlE.--Lab:m. FtI.


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All Prints Made on
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RESVLT- :
KCIDAE.


EASTMAN


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TO-NIIiHTIT
I Complete Chang- of Program
E% ery NiNght.


muck R. Tucker,
lie (ire:; H!ack Face Cbmedian
.1..Tt-iS %%EEK.


'N;orthern Venke..
~IA~rZ~eJ !v li6s Feet,
%ccrmLs ct JCrfiict Life.
-iliputlan Dance.
.-.tt in-e I Lis AftermaoiL



Siow EVERY %6IifT
.ALmisbion 15 cents.
IDl)I.r, uJXDat 7:00 p im.


Billiards and Pool.

CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Laricst St Lk. (ji,-test Number Brands.
Cigars to please anyone


SLAAS,


MAtT? R8EAG
STMEEI.


Fruits. Candies, etc.


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REAL ESTATE in m"

BARGAIN NS IFIVE.RWoO
Large Lot Is

%C#Q-R 9A~ S. D"
Silver Beach Property
?wW MO1 orimW: 1 md'r Nf- INS"L TS OH
--- sm d aul v Scnt rty. on Hal!fn V
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UIIIVII~U BEAtRITITL Wimm
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IWam 1 b-r'. nnd tb r. L, rt~oxn for *-i-r *; 44 "194urs
other goodfir ks' osi tb- .iit. 4'2. .'.
wighl r'. bh.rs iw %1-r .,gI:.e .r. fAa co, r e ;lb.;
Cottage I to&at Jf-k-p t hat hu1 rA4 2 r b r. ,vw ry
counted th euiIIItniunz. orn .a "*
TWOQ CO AGS bo""furni hHU 'ur
beCorn r m go d P Jmatdu wt' lJt Me...- t W. M. rHAVV
-one" the moot deidrabler ormts In [la pols Prori
ion: C& e oe 4"ge e 7riw;ms. 'P r4bt-r I: bNo b
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In Ormond: I)eillm eL tIM
b~!~~si elrese
containing 23p' well furnished rr'i. tri
baths, surrounded by 3 a ras (e sc i hariig orane______
tres, together witb all nceiarv '-ii t mss and improwem
facing the Halifax, iN.i Ur sa!t cn t-ran, to -int.


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ORMOND and ORMOND BL


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Truck Lasi&s


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