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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 19, 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: VID00319
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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DATYONA& nLrIMA. RI4DAY, q lsA'iWY 19. 909


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AROfTUCT WULDBR and
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00 U.--Cars listing
Chlam D.--2Cara
f61.750. cat C-
I to 12.450. Ciais
at p,451 to 4 .750
at 3.751 and up-
Sme& clam, $200
i L, Um, shield; 3rd.
Ime mch casI, $50.
Dleeument CIa.
Chm F.--230 cubic
up to 4-inch bore,
Mii (3*- --iletree a230 and
IOrezmpl. up to 4.-
0 per cent. greater )
M2 and 460 cubic
up to 5-inch bore,
jester.) Clas I.-
hM. 41al above Clai
1 i pih InOfi class. 5$200
1 med rd. gold and

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lb t lk Ube produces wthe
a bob at race w od in tle
8 mha D- Thp e Rrac. 100
aU. no n 16iTrophy-

-SAIL.0-mbuS pecial
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1bhM Ie, n 30. Present
[ Vhs f iat, Dwhich like
*"d Napier, has won it
Mj O be wsg twice to become
m O wTh in ner, not n5eces-
?k4L ft-mi-minute Speed
A WimBW60" to receive tLe
(mWs and $300 cash or
$150; 3rd, $50. Winner

tvent holder of two-minik
DOemoeot, Darraeq. who
eftntw'o milem in 1906 in 5S 4-5


i. S mile, best two in three,
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Is I brone medis for 2nD ad 3rd each
clas. Entry fee. $20
No. 10. lotoreyei. Mauratboo, 100
Smiles, two damsM 30-0 am 61 cubic


inoces, pistol diaplaeemt.L F. A. U
rules. Prize, gold, silver and broass
medals. Enary fee, 55.
No. 11. Omle-bour Motorcycle record
race, to beat the Brooklands, England,
track record of 67 mikle. 1,655 yards,
standing start, two claeq ame as
above. F. A. dt. rules. Silver shield to
ist; brouze shield to 2ud. Entry fee, $5
No 12. A.-roplane ped trials for
$1.7.50 caih l) rizes offered by CorUand
Field Bib-hop Pre*ident Aero Club of
Anerica. Erntst La Rue' Jones, editor


Aeronautics, and the Florida Reacld.
Rait management
No. 13 In itatioo Match Race, Geo.
Robertson, Iewis Strang. Herbert Lytle
Ralph De Palina, and other noted drive
ers tlrTr-. $ ,000 gold. Must be threi
starter.
No, 14 M.trc.cle Speed Trials, kil-
on.etr, :.,ile. atnd 10 miles.
N,. 15.. li( yele Races and Trials.
Nit. hi t, 2:'.. Amateur and profes-
sio':;l -traigh ,way bicycle champion-
ship.s under th- sanction of the N. C. A..
i, j mile. kilometer and mile races.
Cas,> prizes to professionals and medals
to amateurs. 1,.000 in prizes. $150
cash extra for the fastest mile. Mile
motor paced bicycle record trials.
Prices, $100 first prize for each profes-
sional race, P5,' to second, $25 to third.
Entry fee, amateurs, 51.00. Profes-
sioials, $2.00.


THE BAZAAR


A SUCCESS.


The M. E. Church Bazaar at the Ar-
mory last night was a pronounced suc-
cess. They hac a big rush and were
unable to feed the people fast enough
The ladies hadl a beautiful display of
fancy articles aitd made profitable sales.
The home-made candies were in great
demand and brought many shekels into
thle exchequer.
All parties intbrestsd are elated over
thie success of the bazaar, which was a
suc The l)aytona Band furnished mlsiic
which was much enjoyed.


Received News of Brother's Death


"YOU'RE ALL R16B, JACK BINNSI"


FOR BRIDGE AND STREET IY.


PALMETTO


CLUB TEA.


R I r


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6 TUCKER'S SHOW IS THE EARTH'S
HERE-LOT ON VOLUSIA AVE.


"Not The Biggest, But The Best,"
Is The Trade Mark--There Is


An Elephant.
"Hold your horses, for the Ith,.nt'rt
coming. Today is ci-cu- e da Thie


King & Tucker Big City Iailroa:d Shio,\
arrived in the city frotrm te south carly
this morning, and the tcnt.- are pitrhei
at the usual place, the V,',l-l:ia avi\rnofi
lot, just west of thie F. 1:. C' I. I.
The band, a good one, \:as u;p t( on
this morning, and a good ,.rowdtl i> \\it-
nessing the performance tiis afternror n
Another show will ie, given tonight,
commencing promptly at s ,o'clock.
The Knight & Tuck,.r i.- on' tf the
few good small l-ihows traveling by c ars.
No one going to tihe sirow nericed fear
a Sun Brothers' frost. This -holw is li-
gitinate from start to finish.


IF *ca h or plate totl Mrs. Dwig^ t R. Stillina received a The King & Tucker slrshow\ .ill ] ,prob-
SIS i 2ad. and $.50 to the telegram la.t Tu-sday evening announc- ably be the largest show lire this. sea-
e of trophy, Fred ing thet death of her only surviving son, so go early to avoid the rush, pick
L-I "cord, 28 1-5 second: brother. T. Frank Flinn, at his honre in out a soft seat, buy a alolrron, take a
Sre()rdange, NJ J.eMr. Flinn, who was but fan, small the elephant, anld cnj,,y yortl-
S39 years old, suffered an attack of apo- self. life is short.
-uaUls ooal Free for All plexy a month o- more ago from which
i1 N 4 maile,, best two e Ih never fully covered although he I Minstrel Show on Monday.
LIpII O63r ash or plate; 2nd was at ctne time elrough improved to
k ^pbt; 3rd, 75. rntry fee, writ to Mrs. S tima, trying to allay The A. (;. Allen Minstrel Slho, iunir
write nto Mrs. Stl Iman, trying to allay w h 1, re
canvas, which lias exinibited lrere hi fore,
her fears on his account, knowing that a
ll^ tfew Pri<- *nd Hrnc~te-a will play herene ncm next Mondetv, I c-h.
-- M Price and lhor ep- rhe hrs-elf was it. poor health and that
*ikJ^- X~~ mn rwn onrlv to~ i L 2nd, Washinton.'s lBirthli;tv.
&Mslawe open only to worry ,ind arRnxely would do, her harm. 22nd, Washing ton'sr lrtiiiit
T = Stater. Pr;zes Thie company trael-l in hwa p\rir:yr' crar.,
ADMumas. En trf, $10 Mr illianh [t was nlr'y prostraed 1 and shows under its own tent. lhavinrt, !i
bf hv tie 'd inttligence, has the deep, .trrg caaity for :i 000 erfc' e
Vindabl-lt Cup Competitors \Inpa:t!hv of hei rnativ friend; in this sesting capacity for :1000 thcr.f,,rc 0-v
V rt Cup Compettors s fhyr it management is able to reiuct- ti t .-;d.cI
B lenam iti post Vaoderhiit city in litr .r,.avirqnenit. of prices to 25 andb t5 e- .
Lt Trophy -nd $40 "1 of prices to 25 and 50 cents.
40 ulBm Trophy and $400-
6w; 2ed. Tr25op ard $100. The troupe includes a ,';nnd xtii,1,
PAUL ; 2ld. $250; 3rd, $100. -'urnirrt'irni l ronms for housekeel)- will give the regular noon-d:.v Ilar:i.!.
ustf be four tnters. in large ba'ottte. Also,
fAiB Gold Medal Races. fi'l-ui-ihed cottages. Enqmire Chero- W Ill RA1 F
IVL opMe ooly to entrants kee (ot .gre, nrar windmill,Seabreeze i
l I sl d 2. Silver and tf


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iVolte As It Stood Wednesday Evening
SIN TIE BUSH & AFFORD PIANO CONTEST.


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CRUST.


The Palmietto Clit, Tea was : i\vi I," l
the Calendar C'oiniiriittc, Mrs. Ida I.
Niver, Mrs. Harriet (C. (;ardinr.r. Mrs
Belle Abbott layniies, Mrs. Miriim lE:.
Clark and Mrs. Florence 11. Marsh at
the Club rooms, Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Romaine Downing, Mrs. Ida I..
Niver and Mrs. Florence Marshl were the
Receiving coimminittee.
Mrs. Mary B. Foote and Mrs. Caroline
A. I). Shugart presided at thir r fre:hr-
nient table assisted by s.-vcr:il ol thre
younger club neiernlxrs :tanl tli Mii-cs'
Hartje.
Mrs. End h..ly,a eirti t i ,f tl.. llo\\;ar!
Added niuch pleasure to l h uait':rti(,on
f by her beautiful sinig o*f "() Th)i.
Wondrous Youthl"--Alt, \itIh \i'dii
obligate by Wrii. E Iltl'r tt, : II, m-
panied by Miss \Villarii;.i". i',r ant -
/ core she clharenid her ; l:i, tlf.il \\ it'i "A
Cradle Sone," by Kiit V:r.iniiil.
One of the features of ttr i ft,rrinc
was a guessing contt-st. A iomili-r of
i i ^the members having tlinir :.arlier )lioto-
!graphs. The. prize v.;s: wn 1,y Mrs.
: Huston.
carter in New York American. The foregoing is a bri(.f outline of onr
of the most pleasant and injo,yabl, of
SVOTE CAST IN THE the Palmetto Club events 4,f tlie season.

BUSH SAFFORD CONTEST. nion I r


IniHn urE


Daytona High School Making Re=


Prospective Growth

Justifies Move.

If Prospective Plam Eveatute
Daytona Will Make Good


Strides Ahead.


Three Michigan capitalists who read
with interest the Daily News' artiles oo
! the bridge question have ccseladnd that
one big, modern, concrete bridge, oa a


larger scale than any heretofore eoatmn-
plated, with a guaranteed low toll rate,
and room for an electric car Hne in coo-
junction, with tracks for automobile
tricycles and foot paths, ought to be per-
man ent and pay a reasonable and safe
dividend.
These Michiganders are looking over
the grounds, talking with the people,
andi taking the preliminary steps looking
toward such an undertaking.
In an interview with a Daily News re-
Iporter they expressed confidence in the
future growth of the Daytona district.
It could not be gainsaid that with such
bridge and electric railway a renewed
gri) *th and activity wold result.
This would bring the East and West
:id(- towns in theclosest touch and with
~'hi'I ,luick, easy and cheap tVansporta-
tion would stimulate everybody and re-
sult in an impetus to business and a
growth in building or. all side. It
would materially enhance the value of
property and bring building lots now re
:ardtd as removed from the business
center upon the market at once.


AT.DELAND THE "ORWONRD"


Th'ee (',o t and tt'InIItfsI 'iSivx i,, ,
(uevrozn Hiibrir, de I Stt' l:ij'j,,re Iti --
concellos Cond de S ranta 1.il;ili:a, %vi;I
their suite., are ,tol),ing at tie Colli('cI
Arns D)eland. In pl1,in 1 I fitf l .IStat,-'
talk, the wvidow of tif e I'liiL .elilph,
dtrby hat nmanufactuirei \i iir i.r It l.i:tI
Ciunt. w h<,ni r h' s llhitried :;ft,'r !el;r i l-
lionaire's death, are giving :; fe\ thlitil!
to the Hub city of Vo+lu-ia t cl:vhy.
TliIs nmorninrg prvc-trntrtil,,t c Xi i--
were held at the UInive'r-ity. 'he If.-
(0 ) Carnegie liirarv :urnl d fi, '; -il.f'l iH,
bonds, and other tgift-, ; :' :.k[,.'. I-
edged.
This ev\' ning tlie' r c i 'tv 'A1.1 t.
president of tile 'niv' r-it v v. iI ', (',Cc \,
and IDeILand's o itictyv flk %%- ill -: i
and pay their rclf i ct~- t, t!, i' t.;:: i
patrons.


MAGNANIMOUS.

SLit- oft to the great Ormond Hotel
;itId irr i.':ignanimous guests. Their
Sitriluiition tthe Clarendon fire vie-
tiu ai l 07,S.75.. The bulk of this
mea.r_'tiiticent contribution was sent down
tlir day of tihe fire by Manager Price, who
\i:s il1iirk to appreciate the gravity of
th ei- it :tn, anld lost no time in coming
,,i t(. r,.cir'u. A recent O)rmond guest, (;.
11 l;i-lry, on board his yacht, "Har-
iiin," now in the St. Johns river, wrote
\Ir. I' ii'rr, ic'osing a check fur $100

S\ i I.\I,,I; [-: IVR ('IHAIII.;R- Four
vif:r.Ir Stcveiins-l)Duryvea. hour ,ir
P),. cid! Morgan Ilou-e, iphonje I 11


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(reat Condens:tins ls li C-oolingkk
Process R.esurlt In Phvsicil


Changes.


DESTRUCTION Of PROPERTY.
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TEHERAN, Persia, Ft.c, I. -l!. lii-
Hle reportsfruom province i f 'Turki-t:;ir
say that tihe earth' luaket' f J;ntui;iry 23d
was of uinpreceden('(ltetl l vilc':(''. C it
- arriving frot he thie sci tsayt ti' i),,-
lon gedl uake charir ( (d tie ernti r :i, i(.;i r-
ance of tlhe country, lifting Ir,fiorit:ritis,
shifting s-trea.ins :intd a('ilifii r11Vny
villag 4, and if many tomnrsI no tri: ,v Ie-
mL iIIs. "'lie S'l ithall has-ec nt c,)it :u; ,li i: 1'
rc'iitf parties. Tlre inl. 'c .-iiilitv i
Turk i.lan, which is 301 trilni- fuir i' -
I icran, inl tie r !< lI t ;lii f.:i tii' r- ,. ,.'
tlie %% trK if t !itf i:i tl r -liieri t. -
t () v "t :d II I lj .


THE ELKS


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II 55d~ 531 5~Utd 1auV Ie-arrived thn-ii.
i put in vrvice t i-
I H~ AIF it 14'1 nzot -1.4,1111it'.r t 1.
I THE MAIN[$
prevpataItis ar' Will" ., '-%:e iI
R R R ~~~~to wa:rdi the inIi tiat if i ,II 1,a1r:!wI )
If~ t int,'l I'r'--. (arnl iedate- .Who il)~ 'l I I, I1, ii r i' ;i
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1- A bill I
introduced into (eaigrcs:-. t(td n r- t h t
I ize tthe P'residcent withr tire ci oist -tit,' f -


"'hi count of \Wednesday night shoi s
pr,,nl)ihly lthe largest vote known during
t;., (>,nt<'st, andl in the excitement of tile
hlnat ftew days the Elks have gained over
::,,0,()I (, on the Eastern Star, which order
it -clij.-s they will surely pass in a few
tltY:- longer. However, a great deal
1 Iter gain daily will have to be made
by the 1 Iks in order to get the piano.
1F' Ie aytona High School had a vote
,f over 7.5,001), and the Elks a vote of
,v,.r m,000. 'iThe Rifles vote was only
f;.ir.
(i)ut-.iii.' f I):iytona tlhe Wililans
(I)'rra o114ii-e forged ahead, although the
Kiingston School had a large vote. The
()rrmod School passed the 1 000 mark.
SoUiie people have been heard to enin-
la iii: ''I put -- votes in for- --
yrvtcrtlday, but thie count didn't show
it." If that is tihe case there is sonme-
thinum wronri. If thie ballots go in tihe
i,,x thliy are counted. Maybe yegg-s
!\ t :ampe'red with tlhe ballot boxes tio,
tuit tl:i is nrit probable.

Ihe Tent Service.
1lt, r' \ ill he sr\ic,'es at thle tent to-
*:.. !i,\ :itl Si'q l:'iy as follow' "-
il! IL:Ly --n.hbath school '2 i n ;
I *,,,t !jng { :nrld 7:30 1) i li.
.,;!y -l'r-achiIng 7:30 p. in.
l~'Lct~ S: Siturday night, "The I.onI,-
i 1 'rophi'tic t 'eriod in the lible;" Silo-
,i:\ tii'.t., "( ',uit \V'ck in lleaven."


I ULLNESS


OF DETAIL.

11,' f.llhuiiivr appreciated notice i-
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JOhN J. McOUIRE, Proprietor.
t rVITE INSPECTION: Rooms Sinile or En Suite with
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tL ry Modetrate eltt*. <.r;inl IAclioi. A.4djoins Famous "Poln-
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Ome of Daytona r crowning glories is
ber Incomparable beach. No one who
er emt foot upon its smooth, packed
amAd; no ome who ever pedaled a bi-
cyce ver its expanse; no one who ever
droVe a prancing pair of horses and list-
ened to the popping of their steel shoes
upon Its asphaltum-like face; no one
who ever steered a high-power automo-
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed sand but real-
ised 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


Th W M Aws Am ThBW Pb. 04.
Here is where world' records for speed
ae 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
breeses 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.
Thibis 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.
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tais is not one of the seven modern *
[wonders. St ily
Th Pie Pdllcd t alu River.
SWhere think you is water with more 0 S t r
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a c 0
w! mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta..: a Kodak Shop.-=--
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve- -
; randa's looking out upon her bosom, We are not Portrait ArtistL nor
' gamey food fishes in countless numbers "re we Art Dealers but 10 years 0
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 being
which sit about as if for the sport of FIRT M A1 FIPIUEHDC :
bobbing upon her waves; watch that O fIRST-.C rNISHLRS.
I lubberly old white headed p# lican po 'h O Anyone desiring good work and
a fat mullet, and that fish hawik Fti strict attention paid to their or-
gling upward with his floundering load ders for Developing and Printing,
lie snatched from the water. willgetitat LESESNE'S KODAK
See the beautiful launches, spick and PLACE, the only shop in town
span, their hampers and lockers bulging that makes the Kodak Work a
with refreshments both solid an 1 liquid Specialty.
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful All work finished in 24 hours, 12
surface Take out your field glass and 9 hours if necessary.
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say D | IFNF
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of I
beauty and a joy forever, and one of J
the modern wonders. Eastman Kodak Dealer,
The Eachlmtlly Plcturesque Ridgewood. B R tc.rlt Mt rt't. x.r :! AI..
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of DAYTONA FLORIDA.
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-sDreading branches of the


W: t&DUY W- j. BcSt.& Aug)l YFl stlne, i heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
L A. Floridagiant arms across this magnificent vista,
Su t Family Hotel. All Modern Improvements. i forming an arch, and from these extend-
gacr Family Motel. All Modern Improvements. Q
Si ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
I USmbosPit, tte rtths Mtt.,' Accommodations for 300 Guests e sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
mi I t e1-n aVrD R A, o'ei .11n. it to k MiO" It. Writt for Illus- fan them. Looking straight ahead down
9UpLMEWCy. trtt rEk., Propr lttor. 0 this white shell street one has the imu-
PALMER & MACDOW'EU., Peoprdtors. I
ioSo-----ioi--oiom----o-mo-m--m I0100smo u pression of a fairy path with elfih dra-
S- peries, but as you move along and cast
1-Wnu-'----g--m-- -lgm o o oo.: an eye first to the right and then to the
0 'left you see distinguished cottage homes
W in the most delightful settings.
I 1urpassnt Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes.
No one of Daytona's attractions, per-
haps commands more nearly universal


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PORITLAND, OREGON
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Schmidt's Hotel. don
Oliver Chown and wife, Kingston,
Oat.; E. Burke, Chicago, Ill.; W. W. !
Poland, New York; Charles D. Guern-
sey, Orlando, were among the arrivals .
on Thursday at Schmidt's HoteL
Charles D. Guernsey, of Orlando, a j' or,-
guest at this popular house, is here in 'imay
in the interest of a Chautauqua to be ; ilMM
neld there next week.


The Ridfewood. I
The following new guests registered at I
The Ridgewood Thursday: W. P. West, I
Mobile Ala.; Miss Edith N. Flanigan,!
Altoona, Pa ; E. C. Calkins, E. P. Rob- 41
erts, Atlanta; G. E. Tate, Baltimore;i
W. H. Ely and wife, Chas. F. Vander- !
built, Tarrytown, N. P.; Mrs. A. Barnes,_'
Minneapolis, Minn.; C. E. Griffin, Dan- j Grea
bury, Conn.; A. R. Stoddard, N. Y.; J
C. Hunter, Atlanta; J. M. Piker, Jr., 0
Newark, N J. ;

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The Prince George.
The following new guests arrived at;
the Prince Ceorge on Thursday: E. S.
Grear and wife. St. Louis, Mo ; B. I.L
Sebring and wife, Sebring, Ohio; C. G.
Mitchell and wife, Liberty. Ind.; T. D
Valentine, wife and daughter, New
York.
The Prince George managers wish to
correct an article which appeared in
Wednesday's Daily News. This notice'
stated that some palmists were regis-
tered here, while it should have read
that the noted psalmist, William Fan-
ning, of Brattleboro, Vt., is now here,
and will sing most of Soloman's songs
every Sunday evening until further
notice


The Despland.
Among the arrivals at The Diespland
on 'Thursday were the following: W. C
Throne, N. S. Ross, W. B. Bynner, New
York City; W. A. Goodwin, Cincinnati;
1: II. Gillespie, WVoodhaven, L. I.; F.
II. Ctltipbell. St, Paul; C. W. Hanson
an ,l wife, IFt. Thomnas, Cincinnati; Mr.
llcr-hcy and wife, Baltimore, Md,; C.
I. Strong and wife, E. M. Rumsey and
\\ife, Senieca Falls, N. Y.; I 11 Stroe-
I,'rg, J.aimestown, N. Y.; G Richardson
('licaio; Mrs. Elizab)eth A. Cutter,
(;itiica"\ N. Y.; Venr W. Jones, Evans-
\ilice, Intd.
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w attention and praise than does the artis-. n.l riding devices .it ll( .irival i i ltll eUrt t thec Delesluad lav s Lt -
tic cottage. The owners of thesecharm- Iet In er ft ligltfl ( ncert at the Despland last ev-
nex ..week. Re ..nienibe r the Con ti
ing villas hail from every corner of the ing will be here, miller hll- in, g quitee a large cn tribu-
Scountry and they bring their own archi- pics (if the 1)aytca I ( ,) stra was thrown out of
textural plans and build upon theni.and 11sr, 1it1iea yon(l case. .w. Irl ( II .1'uient when the Clarendon
as the architecture of one section of the t( b.l, ut will try to remain in the
country differ from the architecture of .Saratoga Innl ( garage, ('car s "tirol it lte tlal.aet' of the season, playing
another so do our homes differ in out- by day or week. Six-cvlinder, sev\ L :1t \''vi""us tt.-'s.
ward appearance and structural beauty passenger W'tcli and fIir-pass(iuLf'
from one another. There are no mnonoto- Elinore for c iartt'r, ho ii or tii'.
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings Rates reasonable. tf The Palmetto.
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treatedSilver A ltg le' re'eent arrival at The Pal-
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps eac, near Auto.i,,obile ('ICl, llbue, iitto are: Mrs. T. If. Blackwell and
the mind wondering "What next?"
; for sale at attractive prict'e. A pplv Ntit, f'itt.-burg; E. E. Van l)yne, Trov.
Streets and Pavements theMost and Best. (to T.L. Fitzgeraldt. tf '; i.; ('. N. ll(tlcrick, WIm. Miller, A.
Why the Architect of the I universe lFr sale at a Iiargait t'.%o iru [: t. Sp ing Valley. Ill,; A. J. Metz-
'u r. Irilniaiapolis; Mrs. II. E. Brown.
chose to give to Daytona the most ad- orators and a Uushitiore center .l: 'r,wn. Albany, N. Y.; W. Hi.
nmlrable, the most picture's lue natural se^irchlglit for a;utomob, Apply ani! wife. Chester, Pa.; S. 11.


slettlUg u0 all I li of. i l" t.-iitutti 1i
not revealed but that such is a fact
must be apparent to the most, superficial
observer. With such lavish wealth of
natural beauty it became an easy thing,
.for the hand of man to give the little
finishing touches which have' brought
out the colors and outlines of the' big
picture.
Man did all this in the laying out of
the streets with their wide margins of!
package, the entire city becomes a
great park
And as for pavements, pavements
that look and act like granite,-N-herc
else between the eastern and western
seas are so many miles in proportion to
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of
place reports more and better, Daytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world. I
Squirrels, Flowers. Birds and Fruits.
Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or eve callous one
may be to many things, the mere men-
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and


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Like Father Lik,- Sn.

y o u n gster \er lvtA !,.,t ; .t .and i
olisc river. le I ; l lii :ii i
strolliiing thliriu i i f, iii':i;lV. .'
mrl inning \h lien "(1 ',dle Ils'. \ ll f.i.r t'!i r
first tim e some 1ta ;i,,,ih, i:i :i 11l,,,. II.
waded In and cri.-l out,. "'4if. ;it rl',
what are theyy"
"'Ta lpoles, s n." tIli'- fa; !i.'r ir', ;,'1
"'Pl'ease, father, lmt'.s t. ,' tl,.i.i :i
home ll Itl l us, tI 'aen <'':iite i],:t, '!
find tlile 1iim: 1i :ti d Ia.1 l > ., ;a:i. l \\ .'i,
have the whole f;:liilv il ,,ir i >!,:' a',
home."
The father expi.itteil h,\ i- I ti'-.i.i .,.
this Itmlld be. >ail as tliev \\:illi c :
a few steps a l:tiru-,e. ugly frig .I,|>pi,
across their path. 'lyde's f:itlicr s.:iil
"I.<-mk. son. 1'er1h1;1' there Is t lie Ip;
Ciple w a:s very liiglu tful. IIf '',
ed a4 the fro,, I lihin at liis f:itll.'r. Il :.!
at himself amld e'xelaiillied:
"Well. father, was thli.rc vi '


* ".,1t itri( son, (G;loversville, N. N.;
Mr. ;iiNl Mr,. Pic-, (Chicago, !11.; I 1
1I' ::-t i c nl wife, Newark, N. .1.; F.
i Si\it(, \ E. IEeHkett, Columbus,
tli<>; X\\. I F hellcy, Philadelphia; Dr
I:tii Mr'. \ irV I). Galzami, I tica, N. Y.;
(..E I:. I)aiimon anrd wife, Miss May
l):ini,, I.I-<,rinin:.ter, Mass.; W. C. Car-
rick, I II. Baldwin, New York; S
Siiiitt:, J ,Irstt n N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.
.I;arn,. \\ aldJ'n, )rHange ( ity; Mri. Geo.
h. \N,iNr\, \\ illinanitic, ('41nn.; \V. (C.
S|)iu;Jding Mrs. John Spaulding, Mr.
andi Mis. 11. E. Jones, Miss Fannie
Swctt, Auburn. Maine; L. Manning
Srnitli, I a3ton,( Ohi; Mlrs. A. M. Mart
ingi. iI ,t-fi'lid, N. J.


How Marshall Field Made Money.
I:i thli, ,.:rly c;iht.ies. when the First
Niti''.il Il'ink ,-f W\allawtalla was not
'is 1-: ;as it Is no1w. I pretty nearly
tihl n iv 1'Il thi taken r. way one day
11Y a ge,,', lokling stranger hailing
fr<';a <'tiii,.n,,. lie threw a letter of


EL FRED MAUHS, of Sharon Springs, N. Y.,
has arrived with his corpe of assistants and opened The ClOw-
Bath Department to the public.
Russian Baths, Turkish Baths, Hot Sea Baths,
Pine Needle Baths, Vavor Baths,
Steam Massage,
en at all hours by the very highest grade of Professional OpCra-
The only place south of Washington, D. C., where theaw bath
be obtained.


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IOTEL DESPLAND


Daytona, Florida


Now Open for Season 190o8-9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.


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


Service Excellent.
Steam Heat.
Booklet.


Instrer Atidr.ess: ATLANTIC 114 PUME, Nurrtigansewtt Pier, Rhode Island.


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RIDGiEWOOD


E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor,


I TIHE house is charmingly situated on Ridgewood Avenue, the high
est and most healtlhfuil point ir the town of Daytona. It is
very tastefully ail1 cnomfortablv furniilhed and is modern in
very respect. lThe ve fetaliles are from the Ridgewood garden,
and native fruits, which gr,,.v in ahundlance, are a featur- of
the table.
NOW OPEN

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Modern and Fiirst-class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths. i
M r Entire W'hite Service. Northern Cooking.
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DAYTONA. FLORII)A, I). R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
Facing The Halifax. "all BhKI.k from Storesand Postoffkcv.
Modern Impruriments. % hitch Help. Northern Chel. ...
Terms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application.
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