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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 24, 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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t- George Seretary Geo. F. Crouch of Daytona
B t ratedd L s No. 1141, B. P.O 0. E, receIved a
SON "Lof~ t ltegrtam atote o'c0ock- this aftormoou
a"d hBm from R. L Holland. Grand Exalted
a f t ldai Ruler of the Bearvoleot and Protective
bm ixtm Order of Eluks s ng that himeuf and
41 nmdthiela- the Grand Secnrtary will arrive heart
llat try of &uairAy at 105Sp. m., and will meet
6 MM ums with the local lodge that evenuin.
ft fte heJt 7 Til li..a .1 in. is tjghly botiored at
I06 1 m-rand men the p)lo.-I.ec of a ti it from the distin-
grr~thnAt of quiti.h, l ,o&-0lk.,. r,.crred to and every"
aft kfaisrbeMtto mte l,r of ", 114,1 and every Elk in
uM uemM and it tties ,':.tro,.:,i> i. u gtmtly requested t
meet t Ellk h* d.I .-aters in the Conrad
f" 'auln their block S:atu dJay c.cL. ug st 7:33 o'clock.


a" th"is
THE PAC:KARD



RMe.e h SKETCH TALK.
othis beIt a
m iaderd by The Alto Packard Sketch" Lecture,
| iln, aof Smnesville. the third of the Lyceum entertainment,
l- t el tlve ing was at the BaptL t church, was a pleasing
dI ft. Paul, who oue in all respect and fully merited the
Wlr of the early mi- large audience which greeted Mr. Pack-AL
N VadIftt ad wound ard and generously showed its apprecis-
T- is wfpi* anp oim of his work.
|1*mA m." OdoeM Mr. Packard is certainly a most versa-
!m-,*k ft. e ar n tile entertainer and his moga brought as WILL SING.
if 1--- r intro- ready applause aw his pencil sketchePI
il m -wldilt has life- and word pictures, which abounded in
U u-Ir. Judge Albert humor, opthos or admonition to suit tile Madame Emma ('alve, primna donna
ho ,4 aMlymade good subject in hand. Iand the world's most renowned singer,
SHis "Types of Uncle Sam's Folk" will be with us about March 10 to 15th
This country were excellent; his sketch of the man C. F. Burgman. of the Wilimans
m|ik of thbecolkoies wedded to money-getting was fine in- opera house, received tlie following let-
Llt oppre sion, of deed, and his final color-picture of the ter from Madame Calve:
,q I P r eIdacee under old homestead was superb. He held his Habana, Cuba, 17 de Fh., dr 1909.
| S cdimax patriot, audience in such rapt attention for Dear Mr. Burgman:
Omil paid his respects, nearly two hours that his dismissal ap- I hear with regret of the destruction
o the hermes of the pared abrupt. of the Clarendon llHotel at Seabreeze. If
fi dl hi addret by you still think it a(lvisable for me, tin-
S que mway, an Irish dtr these circumstances, to give a con-
dow the house.I cert in your opera house please inform
srs istrodwed that me by return mail and I will arrange for
"L Otme., who outdid a definite day between March 10th and
od stirring ad- 15th to Ibe with you with my company.
e poke oft TthE C iE Yours truly. EMMA CAL.VE,
m e of volu- i ilot,.l sevilla, Hlavana. ('ub;a.
pto of *rDtof v11pet f Mr. Burgman is linking all prepara-
ll of teI marvel t lit t ionc for the advent of Madam)e Calve
of the young re- and so informed the prirma donna. Al-
-dv war which ar- H. 'Lt dl ready many seats hav' been resrvcd
hlta bher, of the N V Y()RK, Ieb. 24.--Realijin for the occasion by the resi(lents of Day
irLkt blcdy trueggle that y's'terday'.. ber campaign, if cor.- tona and Seasireze+. andt it looks as if
lr which had be-: tinued, would in in vitably re-ult in a the capacity of \Wilmans opera house
w-ol d Fawensm His finance al panic that might prove as far- will be taxed to its utmnoat.
i- --lMlr euliog re'hlling in its consequences as that of ___
-a m mmad patriot October, 1907, thle till interests of Wall
-- l-. street rallied today to the support of SBD
: ef" Auld latng lactiv- standard rai:wv and industrial
I--BBdia i most interest- stocks.Te rult Ia t hie t
r -O wti a market was irregular and feverish there fi N
.*! uwas no sEnsational slump, and most se II N
--- 'uritit.- rccove\red ag'tin | I I


Tlhe I.,nd .n market was off in the
early hours Iut responded promptly to
the buoyant tone of New York ex-
change. The genera market conditions
are puzzling experts.


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INVESTS IN


REAL ESTATE.

J. J. Randall, president of thelie Ie-
port (IAong Island) Bank, anid a \\.%N:ltly
real estate man of that citi, lia- pur-
chased the S. II. Coleman property, on-I
South HIidgewood avet'nue, f)r ia winter
home.
Mr arid Mrs. laiintiall. wi, hat !heii
in the city for about two wceks, have
becene greatlv interested in I;avtona


and say, as do many ,th rs, that fiit
natural beauty it surpasses anyt ini-
they have c%.ie seeq'n.
Mr. Randall is known a.- tI. ttllist,
of Freeport," for. going thitre when lit
place was but a sia:ll hamlet, tIwent
odd years ago, he has, by bmiing anld
developing large tracts of l:and, largc*ly
aided in making it what it i- tolay, :
nlodern, up-to-date city of over \ .,( O'
population.
Aruorg his other projects, Mr.I'. ir;,-
dall has excavated two large cal:i&il],
bringing salt water to tlae dorsi ef Irfe-
port, which was originally a iil frl'irlii
the ocean, and ruclaii:iiig, !tr;ii:\ :itl,. < s 1
salt marsht.
There are similar treat .-tif o lsr.'lil i;t:,i.-
in this vicinity, both north and soutil:; it
Daytona, which are but waitingg thl.
developing hlitidl of sells' prtlres-.i\
miani like Mr. RanliLll t, firing tls. t
from l)arren wastes to U :,ilualle, liimll!i-
sites and fertile gardens I'i.s-ilvy 'I
Randall may later (,n l)I c(, ilr, ir..- i
enough in thi- sectiinm o tike t(ie .it


c ter up hin:ielf.
M r and M r,-. I{:ini'l: l Iti:,'.i a ,.. 1 ...
At a large' and enthulia-tic public oa lst sea-on, and l.
meeting of the citizen- of Seabreeze. Ci w t htel (hn.nl, atl it -
held in Wilmans optra hi.u -e, Monday
night, the following resolutions %ere thatt imethattlt i,irt t, o:.:. l:i;, ....
unanimously carried: ca'! Mr. m l h at ii,,i
Resolved, That we, the citizens and cthy r.lttiavt Itp. its i. m, ,.f
property owners of Sealret zt, herewith :
sxpre-.s our heartfelt regret at theis uld-
dlen and unlocked for destruction s,f the
macniticent Clarendon Holte.l. Still another delav liai- 1-- rred
\Ve slook up n!I, the destruction s,)f tlhe it the conipletioti I ft t it, 'iOiit l cill i
Clarendon I)ot el n a loss to oCur coin- drawbridge, t litw .,\ar ;r,\viit t.,.


mun ity vfar reach iim in its !-.,tns'ts'iten('s
,.* i \.a ,f l '.i-..ltdtr.nw t (if iour titriwn :anltl t.


light for the .1I.Vfspst t luun irvd:a
S. If Gove went to .1 ik- .ivil :. vc-


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WITH GRAFT. oEXCEUENT.

Prosecutor Fitzbugh Says He Will Unusual Actvity A-mf Ibal E-
Prove Him a Defaulter For tate Men -- tracters Are
More Than $100,000. oettlg Busy.

,aEW SENSATIONS IN THE CASE. IT'S A TRIEME-r TY HYEME T.

(By ulitdt I'r..-'., The building outlook for Daytosa,
NASHVILLE, Tencn., Ibi,. 21.-Col. Seabreeze and Dayton Beach is excel-
Duncan Cooper resumed the stand to- lent. Already many contracts hare
day in the trial of himself, Robin Cooper been let for new buildings, mostly reil-
rnd John Sharp for the murder of ex- dences, and numbers of others ue in.
Senator Carmack. The examination vetigating with a view to building
was coinmplcted within thirty minutes The new $40,000 city school building
after he took the stand ()n cross ex. i' to go up this summer, the wvterorl u
amination Captain Fitz!;ughl went into 'plant is to be built, W H. Peter. is be-
Colonel Cooper's record. ginuniig a handsome brick boruia
Fitzhugh said: We "proplrse to, show liour," a splendid new reidenee Is to
that Colonel Cooper was defauilter over be built on Ivy Lane; the prospect is
$100 000, and we will trirace ii:s defalca good for several others on this 1ide.
tions from 18S3 to the present tirie. Contractor Burdick, of 8eabreese al-
Cooper identified hi',l (l,roriffs, f:o ro,ady has the contract for a number of
which admitted (oopicr's ": i[)r,'liatin; g !.andsome new residences, among them
$351.OS received on IlnId sa2l \Nliile lie ,,rn for J. B. Ubelhoer and one for C. C.
was Mat.-t hitilting at Seabreeze this summer
,mounts almost to a boom.
II. 1. Martindale is building a home
for a Mrs. Howard. It is of concrete,
PRESIDENT .rl i will be quite an artistic addition to
S're ze. LX. ,M. Drake is alao putting
ATp a house for a Mr. Garfield, and A. E
SMaon is putting up a house for E. G.
AT FUNERAL, Kittridge.
It. I This is only a starter. MesMrs. R J.
I1 R.vrnit.,d I .-.] Malhv and Fred Stones of the Bond
NEW YOHK, F b. 21--Presidnt Lumber Company, say the building
Roosevelt, accompaaricd by his daugh- prospect is the best in years Norman
t.-r, Mrs. Longworth, Miss Eth.Il oose- S Dayton is very optomistic regarding
tvel and Secretary Loeb a. ivti dh by the building outlook, and, like the BMd
special and Secretarly L)eb riv h re h, under Company, is laying in an unus-
Sual supply of material in anticipation of
funeral of Stcwart I)uiigl:ts Itobiiison .
,i iJL L tli -grPater demand.


B. .I. Placl.tti, warden of the Mosquito Mr. o oose\elt's .on, lKrrmi (:rite
Inlet Bird and (;amne RIeservationwas in here yesterday, 're.ident-lhct 'laft
lie city yesterdJay bringing up William joined the party at tli. c(hiii. l'i,
Duttculir, ho,)had been (down on an 'ridrnt and party rtrr,,e'l It \.' -
ollicial t..ur of inp)wc)etion. Mr. I)uteher gton at n,,,.
\ :tis highly pl a.-ei within the ,,titlook for
t ir i\ ri e.t rirvatioi.
MIr. I'uacettti, as w'arhdenl, seems to I ,,-.
ti. i ,ht man in the right place. AT
A;(,a' lyv a very noticeable increase in
thitd l i ,. l apparent and if this spring
;il iinllIl(cr p)ro\e.( favorabl)le for incu- N IF
sti,:liln anotlhcr ~winter will witness a I
-ilhit 1,,aiitiful to look upon. With no. ENDSf1 I.


Iirl iii ur lrerrs thundering am, ng the
\\w hi;itcrhi iiivey will become tame and i
lhose wh( hsh -.th(em for their beautiful
[,iriii., <|npinint firms aiid ,nglaging
Wits'mMh oill I- p.irinitt(d to watch thiitl
.it Hlw -e ranvL.
(':ap)t. 'aetti says some blood-thirsty
hlim;itvs from ('tiinmd were playing
I::,\,' \\ it!: birds upI at Dead lake a feu
(l;\v'.- a, ;g a. lie sa:ilCd' by from St. Aiu-
iit in't. v'ryv goo( citizen ltccrys such
w\Ia;t(,ti ,>l'structi,,i such blarbarity.


HOW VOTE


1 11.k I l tI -I i 'l l -.
NL'\\V Y ON K. FI,. .1 '1. !mi..1 i~v
the s-u(dd(rn linee ~t, .- iu sho liii l1
had be ii spe'ul:ttiiia (. S. .Al.t ., ;i rr -
tiredl nieini,r ,ff ti,' lIinI cf .\I) i't.- A
Schiw i rtz, clotlisr-, :. ,,t :t!i l kil,. ,i ii i -
:r- If today ifn thi, l;aI.\ tt Iv I,f ti,4 -t,: .
The body wv:i fild ," th(. j:irits r f
the building this nrl,,ri t il A.l .- .i; d
up his bhokketj .r f ;irl thi- i;.
and told him he halil I, t'n l :p (,'Ilt tIv
the bear niarket.


I argue consignment- of material have
already arrived, and several carloads of
it have gone. across to Seabreeze for use
in the handsome homes now under way.
If, in addition to all of this now in
-ight. the great Clarendon is rebuilt,
arid miainy prospective buyers secure
their lots andl leave contracts for build-
itngs. Daytona and her sister cities across
ti-. hIalifax will witness an -activity in
tie huilslirng line never before excelled if
e, 1tallt'd. Everybody talk for it and it
u ill Tlat.in aliz,..


Ft. Plains vs. Daytona,
\\ ii;S E. I)i.ef-ndorf has remembere t;.e Starldtrl with a copy of the Day-
t ria. I In.. Daily News of February 11,

i'l \\ hiceli he marked a description of a
tin-innitg baseball game in which
niit hir nine -cord. Tha-iks for the
i:paper. Willis, but it makes a fellow feel
-,or,. ti, read suih stuff and then see cold
r.iin falling ( Monday) upon the streets
pl:i'-t.red with snow and ie.--Ft. Plains,
N. Y., St:irdard.


STANDS NOW.


li., ,i .i,:rt "11 Mnlhday .evtn inl in the
I',, A .:sl td Pa i, (',tIitert ,,Iowed
lit .,.-t :,,\ ,--it ,,f in ending looks
: ... mi- ; i\%.
I,, Iv'snri I the IHighi schooll had a
it:g vits, ne:(,rlv i0;),000, but 'even at
l!.., li'i~- mahde a gain of over 10,-
I()! Tli!,, l:>.-tTIrI Star had a large vote
,'!t tl., I lk- r;:ade a gain of several
s1 td 'h ie t hlowc.\v-r, some one
1il ,:,,v. t, v,, a great deal faster than
;,, i- t,,\v n ,ing in order to overtake-
*i,, li 't. SS hlio()l, tfr even nowthe school
is ,,'i,,' Ialeiad:at a remarkable rate.
S)iitsidt- of DIayvtona the :itu.ation is


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Nh t&Ce M-t Beautiful Spot on the Halifax River.
JON J. McOUIRE, Proprietr.
A*VITE INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite with
6L. No better in Florida. Table of the best of everything
W. Terms reasonable as the service will permit, given on

l y ~week~ Special arrangements will b made with gueets

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RATES $2.4< tos $. PER DAY.
SPEC[AI RATES B VWlK.;
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J. P. SAWTELLE, Pr.. MIAMI. Fla.

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ACCOMMODATION Ra t" we
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Th -Wt Resort "6 Hotel Pfflm Beach."
mI~ rL Very Modew-dtt Iit"'. (;1%r1 11 d H1X lIcl. AdjoIns% Famous -PoIn-
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Slct Family Hotel. All Modern Improvements.
IC ^Pl bas, 4 Accommodations for 300 Guests
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VRTULAND, OREGON
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I IlT lb._ Asits AMdThe Fb _t O@t.
The Modern Heris where world's records for speed
a broke with every recurring seso.
~Seven Wonders Aul tebigtthe fastest and thNEWS OF THE HOTES
Seven Wonder finest are dailyparade and the big*
K J show is as free as the pure artesian l
! Olytsm.s Im o II i m Sich. water from the thousand flowing welbls
Oie of Daytona P crowning glories is Itis a continuous show with constantly The Stillnmn.
her incomparable beach. No one who shifting scene. You will probably catch
ever t foot upon ib smooth, packed the spirit nd when you do the roads Late arrivals at The Stillman are: 0
sadr; no one who ever pedaled a bi- and the beach are yours. The Florida Floyd Wallace, Chicago Heights; Chaa. I
ey e over its expanse; no one who ever pedaled abi-sunahine is free, the balmy ocean F. Graham and wife, Savannah, Ga.;'
drove a prancing pair of horses and list- breezes are free, the birds and squirrels Thos. M. lHunlington and wife, Gordon. n
ened tothe popping of their steel shoes and flowers are free, the sparkling Neb.; C. H. Perce and mother, J. M. I
upon it asphaltum-like face; no one (puntain water is free and you will have McEldowny, New York; W. T. Wells
who ever steered a high-power automo- to go down in your wallet only for coin and wife, Columbus, 0.; Albert A. Frost,
bile down the broad stretch of wave- for the auto and bed and board. Albany*, N.. i Y.
washed and surf-packed sand but real- Thi is no fanciful picture; it's all ---
ised that it is a world-beater, a world- here. It is drawing other thousands C
wonder. Go stand upon this wide and hidding them enthralled, it will The Prince George.
speedway and am the happy souls flit charm and hold vou. Come and see. Among the arrivals on Tuesday at
by in joyous mood, and answer whether The Prince George were: M. A. Carr, N. 4
this is not one of the seven modern .. Y.; John B. Bright and wife, Indianap-
wonders. olis; HI. E. Whitney and wife, Cam-
The Placd. Polucidd t 1t' Rve rf I.T bridge, Mass.; F. S. Golden and wife, C. :
Where think you is water with more ,0S t Ic l i M. Bielby, DeLand; W. L Reese and'4
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a wife, Pittsburg, Pa.
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta- Kod k S apt V L. R ey mayor of Rock 4
tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve- Hill S.C., is a guest at The Prince
randa's looking out upon her bosom, We are not Portrait Artists, nor Ge rge. -
gamey food fishes in countless numbers are we Art Dealers but 10 years 0 A
beckoning, as it were, to those with rod 9 of close attention to the KODAK- :
and reel; her bosom flecked with duck ERS needs has won for us the The Ridgewood.
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, enviable reputation of being The new arrivals Tuesday at The
which sit about as if for the sport ofi U inrnT a A o rItwIwrnI o Ridgewood were the following: George
bobbing upon her waves; watch that F IRKl LLAO HIlISlLS. a S. Hooley, Milwaukee; J. E. Van Val-
lubberly old white headed p, lican pop,:h "
ubberly old white headAnyone desiring good work and 0 kinburg and wife, Atlanta; Verner Z.
a fat mullet, and that fish hawk tog- l strict attention paid to their or- Heed. Colorado; Miss M. S Mors, Miss
glirng upward with his floundering load ders for Developing and Printing, 0 J. J. Morss, Syracuse, N. Y.; Mrs. M.
he snatched from the water. wilgetitatLESESNE'S KODAK* Casson, 1t. A. Casson, J. C. Coeabeer,
See the beautiful launches, spick and 0 PLACE, the only shop in town wife, son and daughter, New York; E.C.
span, their hampers and lockers bulging 0 that makes the Kodak Work a 0 Bowman, Birmingham; D. Hoine, Chi-
with refreshments both solid an liquid Crit Misses Mary and
a Specialty. a cago; Robet Critz, Misses Mary and
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful All work finished in 24 hours, 12 0 Cina Critz, Mrs. W. H. Critz, Winston-
surface Take out your field glass and hours if necessary. Salrm, N. C.
sweep the river from Ormond bridge to
Ponce Park light house, then say --
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of K Schmidt's Hotel.
beauty and a joy forever, and one of imidt's Hotel had the following
the modern wonders. Eastman Kodak Dealer, new arrivals (,n Tuesday: Melville
The Eacmtrglly Picturesque Ridgewood. 0 .
P BWitch Mtre't, utr :ki A%\,.. Ward, Ciincinnati. Ohio; A. Packard,
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of DAYTONA. FLOIDA. A. A. l:dwards, K. H. Moyers, New
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, .. York City; J. E. Leahy, Ashtabula,
and the wide-spreading branches of the ............ Ohio; M. rLstelle Bailey, Evelyn Bailey, /
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their Pottstown, Pa.; V. E. Osteyee, Jack-
giant arms across this magnificent vista, -__ sonville; R. P. Thornton, Tallapoo.-; *
forming an arch, and from these extend- G I _^ I a.; Mr .and Mrs. Julius Minck, parent, i
ed arms great festoos s of Spanish moss of Mrs. A. Schmidt, of this city, and
sway as tlie trade x inds from tropic seas \ Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bohack, Brooklyn, i
fan them. Looking straight ahead down N. Y. Mr. Bohack is a large wholesale
this white shell street one has the im- n -u-i rct.iil :Irtcry dealer. i
pression of a fairy path with elfi.h dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
an eye first to the right and then to tht The eand.
left you see distinguished cottage home n.. i he
Mrr. anid 1irs". C'lalrclc e NMer\\i*%%
in the most delightful settings. .d. on .t t. !r,.oiiingenew guests arrived at f
,urp.es.inl Beaut) ot Our Cottage homes. hone at Wallkill. N Y., !he ,splid ,n ''Tuesday: S. If. Mc-
h o m at W all k illN.Y, w h v ti \ C *ln. IK itta iiirr lPa.; J. C. V ertre s, P'a-
No one of Daytonan's attractions, per- conduct the \Villow Iro,,k ('t ttal' n. a.; J. Cb. Vertres,
........ I.tk.; Mr and Mrs. S. C. Ryan, Buffalo, #


N. Mrs. A. E. Scull'y. Philadelphia;
! iiv i, Poiuter aind wife, Miss Kitty
. int ritr. MrIrs. 11. 11. Mayberry, Miss
.olpironia Maylvrry, franklin Tenn.;
I I:'ans Steer--s. ('has. Strebel and wife,
( 'i iirinnati.
\ i;,mrty V (f t\t nty-ive frrl T'The l)es-
,li,, li rilii' the trip to )elaand Monday
.1i'*t;l# t L I inll i illnotor cars.
Oin 'l'tiT.sd,,lv afternoon the youiig
p'. ;;',' crijir)lv'l a f:tliC y dr-ss "t,,,ok
a,:rt.\ e:'ih [I -i'n's costi't lnie rl( prt -


THE MISSING MISSIVE.
One Romance of Uncle Sam's Dead
Letter Office.
SI: -tliltii, like L'.tci.4W ) letters. il
ltu.i>; ftll f f d ,llvery I the 'nlieti
Sit.-i \\ i1 Ii tip si ittliciteit l ,ist.t ge or
i '.,ri',.'t h ,141r 'sses. 'l'he detad lett ir
,IIttI, ;it \\ W ashiji t,li i inplo, a l|ari'
fir,, I.t h Ierks to lui:idllf these. 'Thl.'
I,:it'ka;i'sg that have liiii rt.tilved :at
the 41t,.:l Ir tter ottivet hat. e i'vntiaiued
fal.,s teeth, g,.ass eves. ltr;tss key' unid
4,i -i -i ,th.-r l iiing< 11 tit ,nli,-
\\' i'd fit%. 1" 11x1i'1'1 t l n 111t14
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it 'a% 01111heI.'iiutre.stiiig to kiww vhotw
. 1w.N III t .'I.L....tlits hav e wee i hritkeii.
-w aavfi'riviu id aehi'C l"'r sto
cd. IIh-'av wri naniv f4,uidl arls have no-t
,teeil rviuwted, lill'''.'manyiVdeuls ha'. t.
:4,11 1 1, rough. 114)ivo.' nitlch 1 llcoey ha.
1, cle !-,,t mid howmany qumrrels hav'e.
III' k' k" I "~ i I! V Ile ttevrs thaiit ne%.' r 1
A pi V!I~iiot omwe %ahs ir"'.tiledt1 it
Ito dcii !ol !k I er thice the ot her idav
x% lw h'ita v Elung wowman ca lied there te
,(.*. If a wrongfully addressed letter
:i-ul tist, received. It had, arid she.-
rea t I ~I n- m'io% oe'1,'1Ihea rd thla t
.mlik itrl. she sa Id, '"itnd
%N' rwoe li i hmIre:'.k jug i 'r engftge went!
y'' liv :1f i f i r I 'a.roty' I fisirit i out that
:o; vf"I My h I' leart 'w' aII llost


haps coilmands uimore nearly universal u uni'i g te s mineiier asellin. .I.
attention and praise than dt,'s thi, artis- eI erwin has held a positiiiiI iii ill,'
tic cottage. The owners of these charm- Van (lirstlall gr,'eryV this winter an i
ing villas haiil from ev(ry corner (if th hlias. within his faniilv. ,cwllpi'Wld tlit
country arid they biing thtiir own archi-- west half ( the Ilil'k hlioc rise i
textural plans aiid build upon thenin.and Volusia aveiiue.
as the architecture of onei sectitin of thick F
country ditr 'rs frmtiii llie arn htitcturc of I
aehrators% alnd a : tlsil ilor'e c.tii t' I
another so do our homes difTcr in out-
ward appeararict and -tructural beatutyit f a. ni i
from oie another. There are n(, inonoto- to ai News.


Three ;i,'grroes %e re 1) nmi.lit I 'Irit
,! justice I1 T. Titlus T tl'-,av ii !

on a i 'liharge ( f a Lraiit'V tit alf;i ,
hinar'ing werer li.clitrn cd l ( >it *,
thlie rien l11i;l alho!l l. '.-' i 0 '11 ii '. ,
another proveli I l xg,. ue; I i.I, II
but was tenmpi,iarilv out o,f w\vrk
anid the third, ow\ing, to si-kirs'.
was unable to work.


-:Fresh Michelin tiles; all ii4s-.
noI seconds. For sale at the At!atiti
.!,,tr Car C'o. anid ('etral (I;
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An O-d Sc:-t cf Doinnr. a- : .
s:- of It.

restsldevi~ e .itrim i I il* I.i, 1 f 1)!' '
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'a'. Cit to shoot, 1'1. h~ I'tIito
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nous row. of -trikingly similar building
but tile eve. as it sw'Veps b,, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic cliange \hi the mind\ wondeilg "\\h tiat n xt."'


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Why thi' Archit',ct ,f the Ini\cverse
Choset to give to l)aytonia thr,' niot a(d-
mirabie, the most pititurv!,ite natural
settiug of all tlhi citilr' ofi th, Southi is
not rt'evealed but t hat sumch is .a f-act
must be apparent to tlte most .tup.U rlei'ial
observer. With ,.uchi la\i cli w.tealth ,of
natural beauty it bt.caini an easy thinly
for the hand of man to give the little
finishing touchits vlhichl hlt\' i,brightlt
out there 'loFr- arid outlines tof tlit Iig
picture.
Man did all ti.- inl tli lavirgw ouit ildf
the street.- \'ith tlt ir \;>I<, luililiiii. rt f
parkage, tlit' tlitir.' I.t'y l>.'i"iov ('-. la
great park
And H.,, for [pa\,' it' ts, ,:'..:ic% ii ts ,
that look and act itkt granite, 1-\wt r,
elso btt\'te, n t!i ea!,rtll aniil \\n.>tt-item
.t'as art' ,o lianyi 11111i s in prri ,lrtii i to
inhabit ianllt. Till 'IIII-mv tunl tard-of
plac- rcits inii' rt and lbettt'r, Dl)aytotna
thri,\.- dti\\n the gauntlet to ti,. world.
Squirrel~, 'olu cr.e. Hirds and Fruits.
\\hat 'tr one' -l ortkCi,,il allid
however inlitTlerrit or ,i\c t iallih ,iine
imay bi, to nilany things, ti,' nincre' inn-
tion of "s-luirrc'ls and ilo,\\'rs. lirdls and


HOTEL DESPLAND
Daytoa, Ftrea I


Now Open for Season 19og9.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.


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


Service TdsPOlltb
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Butunier Addresa: ATLANTIC HWWRI, Narragansett Pier. Rho" Islas&

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Fronting on the
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HENRY SCHMIDT


DAYTONA


Fine Home Table
Reasonable Rates


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RIDOEWOOD


E. D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor,


TIlE house is charmingly situated on Ridgewood Avenue, the high
eat andl most healthful point in the town of Daytona. It ia
very tastefully and comfort;blv furnished and is modern in
very respect. The vegetables are from the Ridgewood garden,
and native fruits, which grow in abundance, are a feature of
the table. .
-- --NOW OPEN


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Hilvard & Holroyd, Proprietors,


I)AY'TO( )NA,


IFLORIDA.
NOW OPEN ---


li; IiU NISiHED, AND RENOVATED
T'lRol(n.H1()l'T


Steam Heat in Every Room


;AME MANAGEMENT AS THIE BIRISTOL.," ASBURY PARK, N.J.


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Modern and First=class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths.
Entire White Service. Northern Cooking.
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D)AYTONA, FLORIDA, I). R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
Facing The talifax. Halt KI IModern Improtrmrnt-. \% hitch riclp. Northern Cht...
Terms $2.(00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application. S
TABLE BOARD
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\W \V t .'/, 1'l.i!,> i DA.YTONA. FLORIDA
"l he Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
* Very Highest (irade.
0'l'h-i- _' ; r,.i .-:irs.f\yiig tt.e rinst particular people.




THE PALMETTO
SWi KNOWN ANI) POIPUL..\R. DAYTONA. FLORIDA.
)Overlooking The Ikiautiful Halifax River. 0
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COMIhNG :-- ..=COMINIGC:
THE GREAT

C. W. PARK


Dramatic and Musical


CO( MPANY


1Ii I n 111 (hOXT WAY NUT9 MAICI I.
nde, their *%-a New &ad Ip-to-date WA water pruof
V Electric Lghted Canvas Theatre.

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The Pearl of Savoy, '.
Tracy The Outlaw, :
The Life of Lena Rivers.


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Matinims Tbursdav and Saturday at 3 o*,olrk. at Half P~ri.e.
Locats.. opposite [kDeot. Prices of Udmission 25. 35 and 5S cents.
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VAUDEVILLE.

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given to drtsiI iDd mi bliong
eiahmare mrdn trd and pinty of it
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ALL ThIS WEEK.


Cv. any o( programme several tlir
through the week.
Meoti. Pktum Cbuge Every
Day.

Regular Matinee Saturday 3 p. m.

Admhiniem 10c. iwam &50.
LAmas 4px .ir -k* P. .


BOWLING


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LADIES AID GENTLEMEN.


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An a ijmtrr ham been placed in a
-&,gen :-he wfindcw at the 6r.rtu
i.eaeaer.
ie gRLT YIwanteL fr- vhazzLter
k. twc.Q or thee hours eidc day.
: at hrtme. Call The GIiern. T-2
a disnm;sbed at
a ominig. Wa-Lshlugul-
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ai presented
V-r.igtit aski:-g


About Eggs.
to a ret.* s a t. zi: -r
sgrfiut.~n- JL c -t'c q *J1- r,.-
Ow por kAL.is W 37r*-.
Wtlr.-t *t*..td ex- ;~ ~.
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a trite woaua w a w :Ma .Pe'
Rut Yw purie3 kr.."' 41W k
fee
Jinhdg'r tiS :be ~L.. *'cr
a S %*-r e. g ~ t- -9 9-
Xe3t in OrmIf a .r are .1 .1 .-J i
hem*. torkeys a.-;, )- *- t-.
taar a aaru e qas*'ZT a 2 U3 6-
114 u r Y;LuZ to t ipe
To S"t t tLow tA6 4g -Li .!.. .;:. le I'
ycour fewl on gra:!EL :t!:.J tv,,~
the m'wst dixestP:e way %c's trn
toW I te wa ter H -a :'. : t%%a I
degrees aad ae:a% tit e :a 'n
mIii;L utes You w.-L --x-L. c' i -.-,
Mrk'rl. E .t if you tr.. :! !prt r~.-
IDIUU~e-A Lv k%@ tti a .,-nc:! f
ft v 1`1 a U t ) be d -i!,! e- J
eat TiWO egg,-io t..r :.v-.U t .L,
t-'f 4a-;Am :,,U cme : Ui'*.;; ij

The On.Jy Safe Way.
'No. I '-aht -t~Ay yany r--f-% e
midh uIb do4temj1.31a l-n.
"Whl otI erew* d-'es an b,-ur or w.
make e -wr ast--d a n*lber .f t9
rarr' Y..u' miitw ie-i! e *in bed and
as.r. aiud tf slw wakes er. the .t
k- iwhat t rine !t i
-Qu! e ri-bt. qufte rlgbt.' h be re-
tzru.d -1 aa faoV "my mite anMwot
any qftB am ;>r a s I gwvt h.re tie-f-re
tht sun was tp. k'-f-t 'b bAiA6s hbct.
'It the gms &Wa aId# ber tLink that 1:
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rO~~ Grape Fruit and
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101 TRADE

OJGEa H. MLUNROE
tOW AD SHIPPER
126 S. RMEWWOOO AVE.-Dt.M. <-a.


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High Class .Musical and Singing
Artist--
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Smission 10 cents This Week.

NEW PICTURES.
-lhe Shi 6 (Gner's Daughter.
i he Dynamiters. T!-,i- "Y;;rn.
\ eos .Acrobatic Skaters.
MATINEE DAILY.
Doumr*. pen at 7.-00 p m.


Billiards and Pool.

CIGARS AND TOBACCO
ar',igars to p,:. rertase anyone-r
Cigars to please anyone


P. LALDAS.


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Fruits. Candies, etc.


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call anor m 6 C. .- slagham. City: or
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trees togetdhr with all nee'-oarr ut-wniumms aid ilprom
facing the Halifax, is for saie on IM rtos to suit

MACON TIORNTO


RXAJL ESTATE


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Rough and Dressed Cypress
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I ARMOUR'S ; THE NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANIn




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