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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 20, 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: VID00320
Source Institution: University of Florida
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)A1Tr A FLO FRIDA, WAIMRY. FE,'PARY 2, 190


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Right Goods at II I7..34.'
Right Prices, 3
Wipw.i..t fo me5 Rb. Sal t Wam Pi.L
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rmm de hroad a visit tron
unfiter and aft-r thi
at dSeitna# s and comn
mm 4w.pective turis

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matally drift

Association it
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dt o mdillCed profetor
admei=wMo wsittimi
ti~il that draws then

Ub iMI f thSWd erelully pre
and the laor
pinumra read o
.l -r AmAociation"
SMe- t faber-pushers
Khy o mad talk "shop'
lC Oh a h aresting and a

a&ftLprblter drops in. bite*
$ESYrSfVI Cbsk oxxt aud fire
Il a it the ceiling, drop
lm havusm the forehead and
l kltk *p"---tbl is wbher tbh
|lraft up *mad Cfm ooticc.
fNe has bubiit up a plant
|Hf- by few Florida papers
OW IM my Bag machine it
|a pto-fl, Weore another ses-
ind. will rar with the
Ikwl I be for Lhe Daytona
Mt the Bmgoyne establish
r Matr nMew York. TIe lat-
l Inad out a big job for
.1 delrfr which the Daill
yet redy to duplicate; ij
wr the New Vork Central
ealed for the uac of 128
Of-*L. Gothic. It is doubtful
hlrfl FlInrida print shops com-
| 4 mIter enough 6-pt. (Gothic
* Job of like proportions.
rtiu a is coming and the center
Isb gradually drifting ii
It i only a question of
tllrema'r proposed two-track
I dge will duplicate the
St e Brooklyn bridge, and
M will remind you of Broad-
i'tllmieniE; this is a straight


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SWEAT BOX.

( UTalted Pre-%.,
STemn., Fe. "0.--, (o-
ir chief of defendant-,
Srdeing ex-U. S. Senat,'
the stand today in opE'n-
The report that Cooper
rwded the court house
A portion of Coop-
lhiewd to his long career


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SENATOR HOPKINS (TO NIGHTIME): P4ASE GO AWAY-:AND LET ME READ."


y UreMt Need Of Toiets At The
Daytona F E. C. Palu 01r I
Station.

L an i MS sm TIM
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11 There is freque it and just complaint
tl of patrons of tie Flonda East Coms'
- Railway because of the lack of aecom-
tnodation at the Daytona station. This
t city has far outgr.,wn the present ar-
t. rataments and Lr. Flagler's npresent- ,
If active ought to see to it that aeeommod -
- tions commensurate with the needs and
d the importance o* this wide-awake and
growing, city are provided
s It is i 4-rr ia l rne that elegant Ia-
t diea, hI;, z.a'i, .mttired, are sometimes
ford t, ti :Jt t'.erc in a stuffy, uncom-
s fortfalt istil!. :.:,x13m, and if needs pa-
Strooni.v ,, t''i' c.tte. -the men-there isp
n no oflTi.i; i c.u a..presentative at the
stati,. t -and ask for a key that admits
them ...a dirty, disgraceful little one-
roonm hl oset, removed from the waiting
r room!
Many thousands of people from all
S(luarters of the country come and go
" every season from the Daytona station
t and it is due.them that proper provision
be made for their comfort and necessi-

@ r.ch corporation that theywill neglect so
, important matters, neglect them till an "BILLS HO1 D ,SEE GREAT
I indignant public makes auch clamor as

:: :rM SESSION- IMPROVEMENT
fores the public presto take cogni- WA M SI
Daytona merits better things at the
hands of the F. E C. Railway. Daytona it t V.
is Supplying her full share of attractions Daytona odge No11-11 B. P Mr. and Mrs.J. R. Iill. lwho have nuni-
- iad'ranks with the big drawing cards of Elks held their third meeting last night erous friends in thiz city anli vicinity.,
Sthe State. She is worth many thoua- sincee the new lodge was orga:aizi(l. arrived Friday. and arr>n located i:, tl>.
Saods of dollars to Flagler interests and Yive new icmln.er- wer given te II lymyer c,,ttage, (on Il',lnmtt, :\., W:'..'
t fseerve respectful treatment. t work and a fine crop of antl.-r were ihere they Will rcmari uiti!t tl, :,,i .i-
This is plain language but the provo- sprouted on tihe nvices. Th'll work the season.
r cation warrants it. It is important that was witnessed by -oiriething over fifty Mr. Hill put uip ts,,e i,'iiliin. l,,
the rai road people take the matter up visiting brothers, hailing from ali,,-.st owned and ocii;,iidI I)V T. I ('ntit- ,v
and do something to relieve the situ- every state in the Union, and every Son ar" l and 'I'd i ,It .dry ..-- Sit.st r..
tion. The public would be duly appre- of them was loud in their p1rais.e of tl.e wilih lIe 'u'c,.-flly .'c ,i11 !t,.l fnr -
eiativc and it would give the Daily the excellent work done( by tire bt,alv eral y.ars, ) in.:llN .l ".liir; lli i,'.-iIn;l
News pleasure to credit the Flagler in- lodge. to Maj. J. A hlenrick.-.
teresat with having done the just and The candidat's--w,-li tlr.-v g-,t a Mr. lHill is novN local', at I' r-irn
handsome thiingl n supplying this crying plenty and are .-till \\ndtltrii,g what villa N. C(. wti,-ro he l,a- l:ti,_e l-id dlI
want. is coming next All stood tlIe try interests. Sin c', I.-axin lanti 1wt ti n.-
ordeal with fortituile, showing \vhlit *.x- tr;e'Il ('clornil and i 'ell nhx lv::iit, bit
i.c.llent material tivr- .andJidat,-: of thlis h (i cidedt ine fa\,r ,f li-.i.r.- i,:.'.if 'I
Death of Winter Resident. rapidly grov.ing olrd r I-are co r ,,l', of. .witli Il)ytona a.- hi- h.ca'i,;i,' i' 1
Cliar les B Williams, aged 48 years, At the magic hour of -l.- n :ihe Iii'in- futir' (dluriniig the' iitt.re t -r s n M:.
died Friday evening, of Tuberculosis, at i)t and guests r irel to,1:w banquet,111ill isjnt nr i, ',, a> -
his winter home, Little Jersey Cottage, here a ten f i tk f iiii
on First avenue. The body will be fo teu. At thet tit' 'nl int.
shipped Monday to his home at Bridge- after tetoast'o ur t lth- Mr. li ill I r- :
ton, N. J. The widow will accompany ers,"which wa- drunk -t:t(iig, all fi i -t '
the remains North. and did ample ju- ti, to, tl.ln dainty r,'- fil lusin'ls.- nin l ,.i wis, a f:li ',if
tpast. W while cigars wc.re being enjoyed, d iiinelc r of the (',,:.in-r ti,,,.:tl (.:li,1i i.
at the close, ianv pli'asing aid wittv an i at great w ,rkTr. iixi'. 1:i- :i -r p :.a
Remarks were iiadl' ," nirmnie rs an(d strcrmg intlicric e fr ::, ,ei :i-nm,,i: -
guests, after whliicl th it f it,,setsuc(, .f- iIl young IIIen Ol tl r c(ilt .
Meeting of tlie local loh.,. if l;lks ,r,,ke It i.s sve.n yeahI :., M \1 .. :
STEE TRUST i up, all feeling that tle cvt'eriiii: 1t.l iill we,, here aitil i -
reo n well spent., erlts irn thl:t tine :re i.

WAGING WAR.1 OST1 $3,000


PiTTSBUI1 Pa. F'b. 2L.-The | TUrC- I1) 'ii'. f .- r -
ti n o, f t h e tr n ited S ta te s S te e l C o r p o r t .,z; a ,. ir \ :t ; \ v -
,,tion estalishing an open market is r.e- N 111 +1 ,ii d a t -r-1,t n, -' '
carded here today as a dedication of war t %'Ii tl''.-v ipe.:k i, ii, .. .:
against small independent concerns who b cl-clon *r ng cr n, In\'t ll, h. r, d,. :I.ni t,
are claimed as responsible for shading '
;have be(-onre s-ettlced ainl c(*,etpcsclt, i,,.re.


prices


IVte As It Stood Wedne
1 TME BUSH & AFFORD PIAN


I some interesting :nd(l thrilling r9x-i-
ences are told, wlic-h, if g:tthrct-ed aic
9 u 9 h printed, would riki un ii ter -tiiiL
.sday Evening 'ok.
Mr. and Mrs. AIfr.-,l \N;a leiaur,.-tnil
Od CONTEST. daughter, of Flu-iti. 1. ,-,.
j names werne icilHdcl.( :t-ntlv'y' ,tititt. d frT(uio
!the publish'd-i list of iitt, I tl('i-t-. i:ti a
D thrilling expericnrA, ': i l, -t 1,'ut ..,-


The Kingston Revi\al.
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rived lri- l:tv afrytf-rri fein I ln 1.,-;I : -_
xwIre li-re l >:t, b -rii ;li'|ill "- :i r-. ;\:;
a;nl( t,) k (!:irc'- lail ni1i '. ,f Tc ,,.n' r '-,l
ir, I,.-i:n) r-l i:t tLi \ ,. a ,. Mi. I
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IN PARADE. UNKIDIIISHD

s Through St. Peters- An Automobil EnthsiatmM Makes
Foot In Honor Of A Sugrestion Which Should


Dead Duke.

STREETS LINED WITH TROOPS.
at It at
TBv 'iiltcdl lre,4.
ST. PLTERSBURG, Feb. 20.-0-or
the first time since his coronation Cziar
Nicholas today marched on foot through
the streets of the capital, paying re-
spect to the Grand Duke Vladimir. The
funeral of the g'-and duke was Corn-
ducted with all the public streets lined
with troops, and secret service men ap-
peared behind the gurn vari-iige on
which was placed the colin ctai riiit.Ld
the body of the duke.




STEAMER


IS WRECK.


-McCutcheon in Chicago Tribune. i t It
ilHy Unitedl Preo-.l|
BRII)DGEPORT, Conn., Fleb. 20--The
sound steamer. John H. Starin, owned
;ORANGES by the New England Navigation Con-
pany is a total wreck on there breakwater
IN Aentrance of this harbor. The crew ind
passengers are safe. The lo-s will
0IN DEMAND be confined to thie !tecan,.r :ltrl
cat rgo of general merchandise valued Iat
$25.000. The wreck was dlue to .a storm.
\\'ess.-ls & ('Co.'s latest report shows an i The steamer left New York on time,
Snprov ent in Florida oranges, which Iand when of Milford the pain sti.
tihey ',.,)o ,rt a: far superior to the Cali- 'course for lBridlgeport The tile- ahiJ
f,:ia iprllct coining. Good brights torni threw the steamer to tlhe breuk-
1tnd ruasscts :are fetching S2.25 to $2.75; wa,,t.,er nnd ,rkei uI lro h,,l. mi her


-,-.c-tlv f:iiivy 121-, $1 to $4.50; good
i, i!Zit nridl rusn.et li 2s. $2 to $2.25, and
1,-," ) 2.-' to N 32 50.
1.n:iy('v |'eii's are f|lUte(d at $3 to $3 50.
<;tiji firut --T'acy and firr russets
'. ;'il:.riit. rut ordinary is dull.
I .ir.', v111 n ."'i Si/('s, $3 2. to $1; extra
hintn I6;-5 Is uip to $ 1.50.
I, ii<' tritigE-rii us scarce, a(nd fetcli $4 50
t,i s,. but i(,.-t go at g2 50 to, $3.50.
I\i:j; ::rp in betto.r supply, but still
1 t a ,I I I) (i 0 1..' ).
1 .'--*Iiantts, $2 to .3: e)kra, $3 to $5:
; r;'>;'r-, '2- t, $2 .-(); string bearts, $1 to
S: .-IM; to!ri;it.i, s, "1.50 to $2.75. Ship
i !' ll,:;i twir-nty-fivvc packages at a


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PREDICTION


side. Tugs camen to her aii andl took
otf the crew and passengers. The
Starin has figured in many siirlar aeci-
dlents.


King & Tucker's Shows.
The King &t T'ucker si,'v.. .exniibittd
here yesterday ,on the \,ilui:t-a ax( ln.-
i,,t to two fair hni,,5-,. lii n 't -al x a
thing about tlre :l ,'i .-li.,\\ ,,r ;.,' "
However, thn big shleW :i:- \. iy :i
{obi.rt Reelcttti, rope \>\al,'e r-, :; i lI i -
kitty Erwx in, ceiitortrlirri-n t. \\ iri 'I
o,)od )ind easy the fav:\,riti.' -r*
Iarrento rnade a lia, k I;nldIi' r ili ji. ,i .-
thy of rmenticn. I l I -.,w ft fi .,
here to St. Auguistirr .


Receive Attetom.

WHAT SAY YOUI,\ EVEIINY?


A motor car enthusiast calls the Daily
News' attention to the need of "under-.
brushing" a few corners where the road
to New Smyrna makes right angle turns.
At these corners there is a thick growth
of underbrush, which so obstructs the
view that a driver can not see ahead
any distance till after he has made his
turn.
If this tangled growth of vegetation
were cleared at the corners drivers and
chauffeurs could see across corners and
th us observe the approach of cars from
the opposite directions. As is is one
must keep his warning horn talking and
r -duce his speed or else endanger his
,*wn life and that of others.
It would take no big amount of
mon,'y to do thin underbrushing and it
is quite probable that the owners of the
iand would permit the work done, per-
'iaps assist in doing it if the underbrush
were grubbed
A trifling contribution from each
iutonrobile owner in the Daytona die-
trict would be amply sufficient to hire
the work done.
Now let some philanthropic and en-
thusia..tic young auto driver head a l1t
and pass the hat.
This important work might well re-
c(.ive attention now as new automobiles
are appearing on the scf.ne daily.
From now till the races are over hun-
dreds of automobiles will be making the
run to New Smyrna, and if this were
done it would enable the drivers to make
better speed at the corners, attended
w ithi less danger.


Cleared $275.
A.\ .-tatep in yesterday's issue the M.
iE. c'Iurch fair and supper, held at the
.\Am,,ry Thursday night, was a great
-ice-. in all respects, and it will be of
f: rt!ii itirirerst to 5tate that a financial
S 1ihllln ii ) up howss a balance of at least
S27'5 :iove all expenses. The Ladies'
A.\il Soil.tv. under whose auspices the
i: i,. r x\: a: giver,, desire to thank all who
' I r.!,:tii in any way toward this


I -\ I I'MI.I V l I A' R'l Ar iHit-Four
l, r;lt, r Stevenis- Durvea, hour or
t i, '.allN Morgan House, phoue 1110.


VERIFIED.


I v I l i I .'- I'r '-t, -
I'.\ ;I -. elb'2,. '2(). The preiliction of
A- n I;,,:'; ir nI ilf- M.ar. hand, of Pie du
.M, ii tl- 1 V:it, as It partially vin(ii-
: ',! tiL.:x Iy :i .-liglet earthquake at
i! 1... .'. n< i r (;ri-nablh No
ii ,: ;:I; ,'i '.. ,,,i e 1 i ut the ,quake wxx.i
I.', 1 ,-it tlie cnltite village.
S, : 1i1 I 'i ric tc '(l today all eartl,-
I ', r;il -e'k- 1 a Oiln ('accoUllt
i ;-. t e. if th;i earth and sun.

Minnesota Day.
\I: Ti Ni -t. A-a Paine are making
:I:. i -it ,ti, .ct together all the Minmi-
p- ii t '; itiw in l)aytona f,)r a liach
V), I' ; ., \t \\ ,.di- (l. day, at the'Twill-
(' ~ l !i- I,tce is located ix door-
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i v, .'11 I'-,w. l fer any (tine here front ,
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I" ~Aufts Aid The. fta Cut.
4B1tf A The Modern Here b where world's reor for speed j
afe brokep with every recurring seamo. s l
Rowi-n- Hot a si Seven Woes the fEWSOF THE H OT j the T
^^^h^SIJ4BM.^^ fi | Sevenlt Wo derUU s fine ae on daily parade and the big W
turn- pgxmh "-, *iH., jta N a t show i a free as the pure artesian l t Fl
i'X I^iSAnja n-i 1iteyt- -mm bOmms.Bch. water from the thodnand flowing wells.
...... ""-" ............. One of Daytona crownin glorie is It continuous how with constantly Now Op for S
.?__._'I"hiemparable beach. No one who shifting scene. You will probably catch Ii M PrAinc Owne
s.o.. .a.Id0teIsiritandwhe0yo6do tevromt ftootgpon it smooth, packed the spirit and when you do the roads The following new guests arrived at L M. WAT w
^^*l^ ^ A" l' mindsnd; no one who ever pedaled a bi- and the beach are yours. The Florida The Prince George on Friday: Turney S r ; I
NT cy^ A -i I A | lecle over Its expa-nse; no one who ever sunshine is free, the balmy ocean oule and Mis Mildred Soule, Mrs. .e t Enlrged sce last seao.
|drove Ii aJ p.a.c.n pair_ ofN horse a t,,- biree'se are free, the birds and squirrclb H. Nettleton, New Milford, Conn.; Fred Broad Piazzas on all Sides. HooI
tiAhT O ONAI' mea Phaltum i kgrofhresfac;ndoiso ne flowersin areafreend thielhav _
B t sed to the popping of their steel shoes and flowers are free, the sparkling Leffel, R. E. Holland, Rochester, N. Y. Every Modem Convenience.
SM t BeauUful t 'pot on the thaeIf Rifver. |n upon it asphaltum-like face; no one founain water is free and you will have
t oB or a eo* summer Addresii ATLANTIC' HOUT 4E, .N
: 7 N J. McOUIRE Prr--r -. !i who ever steered a high-power automo- to go do wnI your wallet only for coin :
AMtI J. McQUIRE, Prcprlefrtoerato ndjedand board. TeDsln.Fotn nt
f mcuui ~. Krupriet. i bile down the broad stretch of wave- for the auto and bed and board. The Despland. ,;*- i*--*O--**I*--***Wl
NVITE INSPECTION. Room 1le or En Suit t with washedand surf-packed sand butreal- Thi. is no fanciful picture; it's all Charles 0. Stanley and Mrs. L.T. &AAAAAAAAAARAAAAAAAAAAA
.'t N esr in Florida. Table othe best of evb.wg azed thatit is a world-beter, a world- .here. It is drawing other thousands Stanley. Montcalm, N. J, Mr. and Mrs. : h Fnt onh
.Tame. reasonable as the service will permit, given on wonder. Go stand upon this wde and hdg them enthralled, it will Wm. Dutcher, N. Y.; F. E. Gigneau4 Halitai River
Speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and hold you. Come and see. Dr. and Mrs M. P. Peck, Kenneth Pek
.... ns GAiAtcE in connection with the hotel. Storage by byin joyous mood, and answer whether *o******* yacht Orion; Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Alcott
4V winek. pecil arrangements will be made with guest ths not one of the even moder Galesburg, I11.; Mrs. W. A. Walker, Mrs 1 ,-9,
Speci wonders. ,4-. *t l__6 G W. Perkins, Milledgeville, Ga.;A- A l ltI ,
g^ ............. $ The Pdd. PellUcid 1alIhxiRiver. *V I fred Reeves N. Layarwick, N. Y.; A. P *
| *O* *************3 Where think you is water with more 0 ., S r Kent and wife, Wm. Kent, St Joseph, Formerly Slimid
l'_-"_ __ .... ....................... picturesque surroundings? Nearly a Mich., were among the arrivals yester-
I j*- ... ----- --mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta. aKodak Mop.-- day at The Despland. HENRY SCMIDT & S
T _I Ahe eMil 4nneapoliS tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve- Is
O Brjvea fs, Large SbaeTes*. randa's looking out upon her bosomm We are not Portrait Artists, nor DAYTONA, FL
Vk RATES Sa.T SS & .o DAY.' ey food fishes in countless numbers are we Art Dealers but 10 years Schmidt's Hotel. o
is' ..--. .. .. beckoning, as it were to those with rod of close attention to the KODAK- ; oe .e H
I J -. L0 -- and reel; her bosom flecked with ducka ERS needs has won for us the0 The new guests to arrive at Schmidts' Ranb Ratea
0 J P .* ,A W FI R L E IlP n W I A A I P.M ia n re l h r b o m f ec d w th u k
4*******0*0*****W.. ty and coot and snowy-winged seabirds, enviable reputation of being I Hotel on Friday were, W. F. Serb, *YYV VYYYVVVVVVPVYLM i
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C ^c which sit about as if for the port of C T [, Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wil
SComf NlsFFor Coforth bobbing upon her waes; watch that I l IIl elm, Portsmouth, 0,; Miss F. Fi ,
~~~~~~ L ..Iouisville, Ky.; F. C. Towson. Jacksn-
a For P sure, lubberly old white headed p lican pov.h Anyone desiring good work and L.ouisvilleKy.H F.C. TosN.Jack.- E G I
M J -"For a Rest. a fat mullet, and that fish hawk dt, .g- g strict attention paid to their or- ve; ate, N. E ott- I T K I 1
N wald and wife, Hoboken, N. T.; Ms 4I
k 0 | RB "TRY gling upward with his floundering load ders for Developing and Printing,0 war an t wie Coioeny ,. ; Mass A .
B -De Land he snatched from the water, will get it at LESESNE'S KODAK .Ima Hallett Sioux H ity I a Tuvea E.D. LANGWORTH
f8~^ *i f^SD-H a nd^ l 0f. h ~~tfi ~irh^f~il nl OA.?*. ii Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Tuveltan| *- -^ y \*"
|;Tr -- n ^^8 See the beautiful launches, spiek and PLACE, the only shop in town a r w o h ...LN W ""
f. BV. "1 IlThe ieiwk span,' their hampers and lockers bulging that makes the Kodak Work a InuMrd h tte o THE house is charm v situated n
SProprietor. c0vmlee a with refreshments both solid an liquid Specialty just returned here for the balance of the .
SMoierUpl-te-m te. '* ..fofrwi a c..rue s hhmentautiful t so ia liq i sda-on after a short tri to Palm Beach S eat ant most healthful point inB
-- ACCOMMODATo ION ...a n ready for a cruise upon her beautiful. All work finished in 24 hours, 12 t p .a n
fe MM Mm M-M .. *s125-- Spechdby=w surface Takeout your field glass and 0 hours if necessary. say that Daytona is good enoughfor, very tastefully and comforta.iy
_-___-" sweep the river from Ormond bridge to them. very reject. The vegetables yre
_Kf.,- S "" -""" ........ Pooe Park light house, then say H dI a, wich grow in
I w Rsoft6 --r9D- Owhether the Halifax isn't a thing of I t he
ff~~fHote Palm Beach." Re^^ ^ He LESESNE (o he Rigeood. bi._^
III lrDubeauty and a joy forever, and oneof -
? M _Ver odratet.-. ,r., .......Ajn? Famous-Pl- the modern wonders. Eastman Kodak Dealer. o The arrivals at The Ridgewood on Fri- e RNO wW 0
__ _! Ilg OU expecu'-iil4i.. .'--rrirvit-.tl si)it'ln(tor O fFruits and Flow- 11111- -- a .
J1110 06lmimlL lyafew hours ftlrilhr Ktit !i~vi trainer heat that eonws The IEnchatingly Picturesque Ridgewood. i0... 0,. ..... d.. ay were: T. A. tRcynold ,ndWile
L Boo klekht. The lt- t^ S, h ]ic t lane iand at Hotid ey O io- y T. -. .. ..r, .......s.... M A.d"(Re)n. M r n ..
i. 1 Ridgewood avenue is upon the crst of Mrs. M. A. Reynolds
W E":stonDAYTONA,FLORIDA. Hg w d.; Mrs. Henry Brown, .............
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, "..
,- '... ---P---. iace^eheie-om**e-eieieittsfield, Mass..; Mrs. W. H.Berer,
and the wide-spreading branches of the .. .Ber..,,r...... J
St. Agtst heevy-trunked live-oaks extend their -Vrserop, Mis Belle Bedwell, Vinela er

H OTEELJ I AXW` N 0 1IX. R(Hjda. Giant arms acrossthmismagnificent vista, VII ;;:Itla yli;inl
HOT E MA(.OIIA.^^ -S ^tn w|,^ "PnnCr 'dr ';l {HrtNwYrk ii
"- tyHt. AI.Modern Improvements..i forming an arch, and from thesexten-Be Wyncoe Pa. Mr. and M j 2 H".
-d arms great festoons.of.Spanish m os. M HI.,yrd & Holroyd,
__ *,uffS B att". Accommodations for 3W Guests sway as the trade winds from tropic seas [s N. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. l
1"t ---M3itWA.OriRDAV. te J. AttoMa 1-4. Writefor ilius- fan them. lookingstraight ahead down 0Ierdon, MidOrletowna. N; Char. V Ten _a '_ _o .......... ^r "*id "kltl. 2 this white shell street one has the im- -/' ; in"" NOW OPl
PALMR MACDOWEU.. Piwprietors-. "rr o i hnd wife, Mr. find Mrs. C. D Ward, Miss Z W
Fpression of a fairy path with elfi, dra- lt len E. X~ard Ars .Annie 1.
II I .11 l*";l1',^ ^^ .;^ l^NlflIF/ ANL I)^'^' WJ H .~~.
peries, but as you m ove along and cast N s c e ; A W asr ,, r.ts; A n ny R Nlau rd .
MsIOOOOsOOOOO ( .,taclnusetts, Anthony B ..Iaurice, TIIIIOI (,ii()
***lU** ^- i an eye first to the right and then to the l'--- N. 1 ". Msrt "(owa
--! ..... ... Iahwa N. J.; E. (). Elsworth, 1oa,
left oul i~lglanp-otg l~l-
ileft you see distinguished cottage homes The 3oung men of the First la1 ll w Steam Heat in E
Sin the most delightful settings. tibt ,hitrch have organized a Bar.ua,
SSurpassing Beauty otOur Cottage Homes. Class, which meets wit e S i SAME MANAGEMENT AS "TILE BIS
SNo one of Daytona's attractions, per. school at ten ot'o Suundav morn- |Ivy lane Inn. f. a .a .. .,
haps commands more nearly universal ing. All young mien are (ord iallvi .. . .
----- eoses"v ooo mmooNfe;iiivit V( Nrs. 8uliannon sang last eveningfr :e ee. @.eepep.pi
7IIOOIIO0I00OI000 IIIOO attention and praise than do.s the artis- x\it(i .rs ltm sn l evein fr o rf
Sti cotae T eittrt(iintnent of the guests of the B
tic cottage. The owners of thesecharm- Two very desirable furnisli..1 Ivv I.:tne Inn. She had a large audi- I 0'
| Tr W; T O O -ing villas hail from every corner of the rooms for rent in excell(enlt local ,] ()I f retinedl and critical taste, and l ,,L
HlOTEL PERKINS country and they bring their own archi- Address, W. M. Slhaffer, ag n.f tvy, w(.re hdclighted with the sing
SHOTEL PERKINS f ELLINTO NTEL i plansand build upon them,and ern h I Modern and First-lass Rooms, en
Oe"June 1. H0-, "'\hic.i was in fine conditionn for teEtr ht evc.N
p i tMO T Jr ~( -. Wabas Ave. & Jacktm Boutd. a the architecture of one section of the The State D. A. 1U. conference will,'i work, t. li r, ntire White Service.
W iAWA- OEGON T. CHICAGO country differs from the architecture of be held at St Auustine next 11 Mrs nhiaan st have been great i- 6 Ald. irI ,A .. & E
another so do our homes differ in out- day, Feb~ruary :..2, \Vashington- ti., with the very generCus applause 4^. 0^ O.0O*.SZ*@*0*@*
1 Modetate R.e." .j5f%.A^ -^efS ward appearance and .tructural beauty Birthiday. Miss "lhorp, regent.\!i, t h rcrie, and the iistent? were
,! T'^ from one another. There are nomnonoto- M. Ella l)e Vo., vie.e-regeiit, an,,l 'rhe re i,,ved, a.,knd thepistes to tw :e
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OWbet o the Batnets and
-- US~llct. Rooms with bath
m5- -. das Lcwal and
g 48stme pbooea In every roonm.
IfUsmnm (lafe ( rtil Muslc
Onto ?u&ont end Oonntertia.
IS mW pmena. lPlean.Ra .t.%.
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Hot .nd Cold Runnming Water and Long
Mstince 'Phoesn aN Room*.
?-' tKotI1' 1 with Bath
Sii.-' |1U1v' S].I Na'ndi Upwards
S 11. 1 ti, th "l1 UliJit.l' inning Rooms
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IIOUUa ru w i LIIAtNiki;Il yinlllnuI 1 UUiiligI 11I-. LuIIIII ir. t lii. llt' n te('rt;i Vll'N'
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated Iof the local o ( riization, .\ )i;iI"
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps B Rartholeinew ('lhalpter, will attend I
the mind wondering "What next"" as delegates.
Streets and Pavements the Most and Best. t+VAITrIEsS.-t \V \\ rKi t li tll
Why the Architect of the universee Ridgewvod, I)a'yt ,,n.
chose to give to Daytona the most ad- resh ichelin tircs; Ill firsts.
mirable, the most picturcsqlue natural I.
setting of all the cities of the South is Motor Car Co. lntai Ii
not revealed but that such is a fact i,


must be apparent to the most superficial
observer. With such lavish wealth of
natural beauty it becanie an easy thiing
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
parkage, the entire city becomes a
great park
And as for pavemients, paveiments
that look and act like granite,-wmher n
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.


Squirrels. Flowers. Birds and Fruits.


Yesterday .a tihlia\ k iIpp.
from tll e sky p ii a st'lic,,nl ,It iii:l
let just a short (li-t.incc' fr: i tlih,
Daily News otli(c. atr, l I lli::irii
up)nn a figool igt, .z ie. It \;i, s int
eating to see the hawk strig..lj'. .1i
ward with iis flounderinii 1 al.. I
was a great catch andt IIis ,Iliawk"sli
deserved his dinner l l i 1i lit, !
the fish safelv away :as i c\i !,.:i;lv
cost him a lot cf effort.
-Come anrd see all the iii, -;, ,.c -
and riding devices at tli,' ,l;it ,
next week. Reuenmlter tlie ('iI tt
King will he here, iltit'r hlw ,1'"
pieces of the D)aytnla Banl. <' t.,
and help) a 0go, caii-. '
11I. .1 Ej iii n, of tHie lK >1 '


Whatever one's shortiinings an1d Tuiker Circus, li. hi slltowxei i,,ei
however indifferent or ev\e t'allous one yesterday. proved to he an oAl frills,
may be to many things, thr' mere men- ,,f (. l Branch, l)r(prietr 4If I'l'
tion of "squirrels and flttowers, birds and Wilnier. on Southi 'almetto av\ .ii.
fruits" will send a thrill that is reflected Mr Branch knew Mr. i'lir, ian:i iT:


Mr. anrl Mrs. \\ilson as.-istcd on their
' r gr;Iiii withI violin and ce!lo and NMi.-s
\\|ill:un>r was the accompanist, all (c -
ig v('ry pilhasing work.
N.x\t w\ck Mrs. Chlirch and Miss Hatl-
irtt %itli Mrs. Bohannn will sing for
O Iln-,' *> o)f the Inn.


Palm Beach Hotel.


Tin' "('iistitutin." of thle l)ayvtna-
l':il'n ie:ich line (of bouts, arrived safe,
Ir!(]i -''ilud, ianl all s'eIitl'd to have a
!:a''Yp t ilp dohwn, :tyil seemed overjoyed
'\i i th: t, I .':titV .f tin' foliage and fruits
II, I.. 1 i.v all took the popular little
" '.*., I c iirs h' I n the Jungle, and to
li,, (;,:l,.In tf FiA! rn," and all will carry
i,,'i, l ,l tlhem a ccoanut that they
I'k i'iKl t tin. grove of the Hotel Paln,
i;. :.i t!-,' large ,opular-irice hotel of
i '.-. Yit. Silney Maddock, owner of
I1t,!' l'urlni Beach, has a cocoanut or
i\s fr tx\ery \visitor this year, as the
\.\t is l, it,.d clown with cocoanuts,
. Ir,,1 ti; .,r;mti,'' tri-es are full of fruit.
'1 in( I'ri1t i rips are growing popular, and
ii '.riv \\il! return to l)aytona from Palm
I'.,, :0'! ih th14 Con.tituti,,i."

Emerson s Memory.
I: it'r i wnits a: nlotlle sufferer fromi
.> \:.,;'l,.'s ,f memory. Ills blogrn-
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Ison I9o89.
br and Manager.
Coisiae and Service Excellent.
iEs Enauite. Steam HBst
Send for Booklet.. r

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THE STILLMAN
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, I). R. STIILMAN, Proprietor.
Facing The Halifax. Half BIlck from Sttwes and Postoffke.
Modern mmIproements. hite Htlp. Northern Chef .
* Terms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application. *
TABLE BOARD


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IVY LANE INN
W. WX. FOLTZ,. lii11ii :. DAYTONA, FLOPIDA
The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
SVery Highest (irade,
S'lhai ~ua mI and ai-ti-fyiring the i,-t particular people.

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'EII. KNOWN AND POPl'l.AR. DAYTONA, FLORIDA. -
Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River.
A Homelike u41 ('rf,,irtalie t,,i F'ir4t ,lau s In All F.\ IrIs ts
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O hed mmi ed Ilee a =W il.a;. tmg. 2ZdD" cE-:Y1v 4 C. Chten
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"T4 YrpMillar. Hehn I. w Pamnger Sen ace at tollv Hill.
-- w ult any feooIf& ktClbc H'vZy. BL" L- hgz z .,.n J `,.
"W OR ZOiM n he wt.out h the br aum Ps:.-a 4
yuAL. n.e paim. ripb bde m or e -k jt i *- t. Aj-. -
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OK bhi to i bau y I b mad i kt 41 K- 5WXIgoodA; tT vJ \
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take a ae'k at the *f w&her 2 IAL
tma~t sto ma -w aso aw a ai d t (o. 7N. d ,r--.s4e r-. a, 3I 27
emr board-' b he j bv*hb bbe p zd TPs g-9vf :zae '- oe ; i >e H":r
ma" omied that kfId p0rtf. e. wwm- iLi; so oppQC%1C";fw -r z Lft I-,- -'&
ft @hi d' bSad sIas 1 '1 Aidr.' t t aQ ;z s
thftk vC. Mr. B Set I shcu.A Ji m v;,.zg
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to a* POP &a td the bes te Iknow
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