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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 26, 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: VID00326
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Paper tl ia II OPTOMETRIST R igh. t Prices,
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'FAST SUiECT


DISSSED


BY LADIES.

"Automobilia" Was The Timely
and Interesting Questib-Ses-
sion a Dellgtitful One.


S IATTWI ANE A NOTED LECTUM E IS M II.K


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OUeA f ratiun of Uiune-
surm of a beeah picifc
y, February 24. t
b rytmla Beach. 3"1.
am *f the mobt b)alI\
goI W rotans weren
of about eighty
bmmer ofd naromi
w fkeat of the cot
b o ere rthe words
l ~formed of piu-
I held relief against a
-vWte beach.sand
d elaborate, pie-
M Piy rved by tlh
mo ad oa the porch
whieh prepared the
i. Ibtawstiang program
S and which was fol-
of "Hatl, Minne-

11ding a Minnesota re-
l d carried out by
Amk Paie, of Minneapol ,
,Ib.ed by the Decora-
itmmdsontmg of Judge C.
d o' rs J. E. Claw and
I4 MKr and Mrs. Louis

p --r Mr. Paine made a pleas
iOaddWress and introduced. a.i
Il the entertainment. Judge
a bright md witty speech.
wy g eaomplimeonu to
ar md rr" city, St. P'aul
kl ''Cwival," and an encore
I I Cl(thi. followed, with


S11;,. Palmetto Club Calendar for Feb-
ruai v 2l=th shlwed the afternoon would
I)" d(14vited to, "Auhltotiobilia."
"Th,'re is a n ces(sary limit to our
ii( liti\nt.ils. but notit to our attend t ,t,'"
was the quotation at the head of the
page.
Mrs lor.tre Stewart had charge of
the music, and the program opened
witI I ,i:,,nC from "The Bohemian
CGi ,' ::.t.,i I t,,. ('larendon orches-
tra
iII ,. :i .- \. it." gave a good pa-
fPer i \,..,n Automobiles," from
their ..i..;,r'.l: ri 10 the present time,
endi., iILI| a aUliluuro US poem on The
Aut<,;-: ,,1,ilile."
lis.- Pearl Spaulding delighted the
audierce. with her sweet singing of
i'"Long Ago," and (r an encore, sang,
' Sliiue, Little Glow Worm Miss
Spaulding was accompanied by the or-
chestra.
A magazine article on an auto trip
t-ntitled "'Tie Hoad to Steamboat
Springs," was pleasantly read by Mrs.
(;rham Thompson.
The orchestra gaae another beautiful
selection which was much enjoyed.
Mrs. T 1H White then read an article
called "'The Automobile," which crea-
ted much mrirth.
The president announced that there
would be a lecture on the work of the
Audobon Society, which would be free
to, all that wished to attend.
The G(eneral Federation has set March


ploihment by W. E Blod- lOth as a special day to be devoted to
plbyd all tire nacroompamni- ivics and the Civic Depart nent will
n. Church, and also recited hold a meeting at 3 o'clock that after-
RifOtUy a poemn entitled noon.


,y, secretary of the Miin-
Bmard, next Sr1)oke very
ed intmructiively on tih,
of Minneapolis. which i as
P by another charming solo
tL ad," and encore, by Mr1.

m- then gave an inter,-mnhig
"Aommobie Roads in -'lorida
fiG-aI$' and was followed l\
11. wh cbose for Iri- subject
El a af Minneapolis," and it,
peld tributeto Artist Ko,.h-

BMBu main delighted the part%
| "'JML My Style." foli, ui,,
I. L d, of Hastings. Mlrin
OIek-olno of thanks tot) Mr.
eim for their happy tlouglit
t1 ft celebration and thl(ir
.-Inud making it so pleasant an
i" It k as unanimously \otcd
S M5C of February be thrcafter
!l|i4 rated a.s MNin ,,t- t 1:;'.
l nsiniing "Amncric,'' ti u-
V ; celebration of Minn (tsola
SAraysto be pleasantlIy ri-
W thoMe participate ing.
S lsket of those present:
Miu. Ama Paine, Mrs. C. 11
W.. W c. keU, Eleanor Moe
W Badmbeimer, Edwin IM.
el Fourth Pa'.,


Nomination slips were distributed and
members asked to fillwthem outand hand
themrn in next nwt4ing.
The child actors gave two pleasing se-
I.. ti,rs, and tlre audience was delighted
ti Inar that the children would give an
nitcl.tlr ,nii-i.:t in%,the club room early
;'. \t 1k i'k
Mr. W\\ilkrs,,n gave a short talk on
tht, Annl ri'cani tn human's league.
('an a: ;tli deli'ions cake were served
:,>r, a -, ial h ir ernj', yed.
'lit- aftcrnootri clotcdi with ta short lbus-
illc,. Ilw't tiiog.


M UAa6 Ce..aa


UNCLE SAM: "GOSH, I DON'T SEE HOW HE DOES IT!"


-Donahey in Cleveland Plain Dealer.


SMALL BOY


HIT BY AUTO.


A small buy. the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Smallwood, of Magnolia avenue, es-
caped instant death Thursday after-
noon as if by a miiracle when lie was
struck by an automobile, on Ridgewood


MRS. TEAL


FOUND GUILTY.
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BYV l'nltt-l 1'r'.%.I
N EW YORK. Feb. 26i.-Mrs. Mar-
g.tret T<'al, wife of Ih-n Teal, tihe liith:tt-
rical manager, was fo Id guilty of -u!,-
ordination of perjury today, ardl e' -


avenue almost in front of the Ridge- tenced to one year at Blavkwell's Island
wood Hotel penitentiary. A stay was g!ali iit Il:,i;l
The boy was going south carrying next Tuesday in order that ic.r vii'n-i.l
some eggs, and when attempting to m> .y secure a writ of from the Sipicllt:'
dodge a wagon lie stepped directly) in Court of reasonable (Ii'ulit, a:,t, i:r:\?
front of a car being driven by Mr. the conviction to the hil>ghr. oill L. \l:-
Olds. accompanied by Mr. Sheets. F'ort- T,:dl fainted ~% hen the vix li< t v,. r, i.
unately the car was not going at a very
high rate of speed, arid when the boy
was knocked down licl passed right
under the raclhine arid out of the Cli iA FIRE
back, one of ttic w-heel- pa.-sing over ii1
body. The boy was taktin to lI,- horn. U
on Magnolia av'eriuc -..-t of the rail-
road, and Dr. lHow, attindled him An <$290009000
examination 61ioweed that no bt)oni'. weIt'
broken. 'ults.- tiltie entirely uafor-I
seen internal iiijuries dth\i'lop tire boy ti 'lit' 'i l';
will esc('aje with ot lNy s,,;i tcrat li .- t ll'.\ti). l'. 1:,, 1 -; :
and bruise's. \\hi i h..w\t\.er ar.- v iv arehlitkuse of .Alhcrt 1ikin-,'.! (,,:,
painful. I).Lnv. large ..( IrC'rt'it:it -'. l)iiu i t' ,
o tho. e ,, ,-' tiit accit lt. it m)iring. T'I'e ti' -'ir l d iv ir \;.:
seefml(d unavoidatl,, aiil their \\xtndt r i:. i, 4 dust ga. o ,r lir t ,
tit'. ligi th .~a Imir: v


MNs.- (',ngdtin iand Iiltss. Bea'ih ere that accidents of like litr.c. tt.i do mi
t i l' t,-ts'('I- Ior tif i t'-'ri lhoo occur every day.


Hospital and Sanitarium Notes. SOUT pIEN
MIr.- l.oui.-c Webber hai sutfiicrently OU| THLE


r, c'.ovr(.-l n:. to leave the I)aytona ilos-
pital ar d Sanitarium after seven wteeks.
lines. n lhe left yesterday for New
Smnyrra to \i.it h 'r .-'tvr. Mrs lini
mniick.
Mrs (I. 1. .lohtnison ilas returnrid t.
e(.r litiI at I)avtItia Btta.,) after a
t\wt r \ 'tek.' s-a '.
Aiiilta ll:nt the ilired oIlu%%i who
WAt- lt,,tll t, to t e fatally ho(ti about
t;,re. ws.ek- ago, is will, on the wav' tto
! i.%'o\ 1 i 4 aid 1 'will so,,n it ,iitdiharged
A tIcw p.ir ,, nt at thti' Saliilartum i-
Mrs.. .are.,. o f kingston.


Vote As It Stood Wednesday Evening
I THE BUSH & SAFFORI) ;PIANO CONTiST. I


1,556,810


SELLS BONDS.


[ Bt% I I ,t '"' .- 1 -- 1
NI It K IC'K cl,. -- i !,t --,. -
irn always t'ot.i,>L ,Y I.." -' 'id 'D a
syndicate headed 1 ,v J t.. \lrga.u .V 'o, ,
$21 ()00,0&)t> of 4 intc-r i li".,' ',,pilit !nt 4
per cent bonds ., ic i' >' used toi lake up Ilt, t1'(0 ,t.,'O .-'U,,,- t. t ,
notes of thf '',lip iiy \Wi ,L i I. 'iit ,l' ii,
April


TILLMAN SAYS


IT'S OBSCENE.


11it." fouUght tilt, i)I1 tA il I I: -, % .' !
U311,ll-fell killitt'.. -1\ fitin'!1 i
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PORT ORANGE:


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COOPER IS A


GOOD WITNESS.


NA.MVILI.F Tenn., Feb. L'O.--C,1.
(',oir tAs .-1till on the stand at the
(),pcuiug of coui t today. reecly admnit-
tiri, garimbling, hli. inability to pay debts
and his recotiur'-e to bankruptcy rrc'ei-
ilg-. a nunllibr of tiles to clear him i-elf
,f crtditurs. ('o,oper madIe II excellent
\ ir% t -.ss f ,r himself.
l1 .I ne'\t w\it'ness calle.'d wa., Sargeant
\!l. .ri, (,f t li Il'cal police force, who
rk ,.-.'.-i,,ii -'f t:ie Cotopers' pi tols
.1ft'r Oii- killing. lHe was not in court,
i.; i:;t :i ll'-',tdal \here arn operation
\. i- i;, 1 ]) ifrrtu.d on his daughter.
S''i't; .i. tk a r .,' -- u ,til h- culdl ira rch


CARTOONIST


IS DEAD.


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SUFFRAGETTE


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AUTO PARTY


GO TO


ORLANDO.


Speedometers Register a Distance
Of 73.5 Miles Between Day-
tona and Orlando.


CLARENDN


MAY 60 TO


PORT OANGE

Tempting Inducements Offered By
(leo. F. Lufberry and Bridge
Company.


60 GO OVER TO WITNESS SPORTS. ORMND IS ALSO IN THE ELD.
o. P. at a tI tI
Five automtobiles filled with a jol'y )r. E. L. Potter. proprietor of the
party of wint,'r r~.,id"lnts and tiuri-ts Clarendon Inn, which was recently de-
drove to Orlando Sulnday witn.rrsed the stroyed by fire at Seabrntze, has re-
Spolo game in ihat pretty ilandr! tity and ceived some very tempting offers to re-
i returned Tuesday. build the hotel elsewhere.
The party conpricedl: Mr and Mrs Geo. F. Lufberry and the Port Orange
C. M. Wilder, Mr-. ilak'well. Mr. and Bridge Company have offered him gratis
Mrs. E. IH. Batcheldlr. Mrs. II.1 ( lin- a site of 160 acres, together with other
newell. Mr. and Mr:. Saiindcrq, Miss i,'rlucements if he will build a hotel on
Saunders, Mr. all Mnrs l.in,!k % Mr and the peninsula near the east end of the
SMrs- (; cus HI. Ro(,t rsr.M :t;il Mrs. 1). Mc- pany offers to give him the free use of
I.aren, Mrs. T I.,oni;'i-tl. .Mr.- T. B the bridge for the hotel and its guests
Sellers, ,Mi.-. .-\;rl;.t>e\ ;il Mr.. ovey for all time Another argument is that
The road 1,t t\\ ii l tvt r ii art(I l:I there weld be no municipal taxesshould
I.and is reportidt l ,, tn ini t..ivl" y 1;. l h ie s-.lcvt that site
onditi(,n ith tlie .\.,[t i(,ii of biiot tO)rinond has also offered him a sight.
one ririlh tlii. -i!i' f Mit Ararat, uliich :although the acreage is less than at Port
i-i very "cl '" l ruoad iaur the ()rang,.
St. Johns. rl\.r i,,ii,, t1tid fur about :; In a statement to the Daily News last
mile. The road, ii (itis c'g county ar' .evening Dr Potter stated that deabreeze
said to, be exc-ilt-ut. wtas his first love and that he was loath
All in all the dri\'- ti, (>rlnrido, is saiu! to consider building a hotel elsewhere,
' to very pleasant, tile diat;ii:(e betwet-n but the Port Orange offer was so tempt-
' Daytona aud tliat city beiiji g;7 .3 inilh-s ing that he could not help but give it
as shovnu by the speedometer. I he di-- consideration.
dances between various i.ti,-s, town :and Manyof the citizens of Scabreem.* have
hamlets along the' rou, -ta:iti!ig fr,,' i ,igni'd a petition asking the council to
Dlatuoria are a> fullo'.'. ,li,,* thie end of Ocean boulevard in or-


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PICKED OFF


BURGLARS.


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CAMPAIGN.


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IIr lthat Dlr. Putter might build a con-
Sr tte hotel ,in the former site of the
'l.ireidomn. It is understood that there
ii .orre' objection to the movement,
i,,wvrver, and on its outcome perhaps
It-pendls the question of whether or not
Ill, n:tr,-ridn will be rebuilt on its for-
!i.,r -it'.


ARE COMING


NEXT WEEK.


'1.,I ':irk I)rarmatic and Musical Coum-
.trv '. \hii[ % will play here throughout
i..t\i ekk,. ri.turns to Dl)aytonra after do-
,:,., Ih,'r,,Ioerral hbu.r-dss in the Soutie
r I':ark has .,ir ,f New York's most
.1' ,ti :' L r-,r :tipl :i rt s,.,es ,in his com-
* ( \ :i:. I .,(. .. t irriv. ith him this
-,- .iii .i,trrit s.t, i,f -c(nCery for each
intd l i-r\ ii.. He ti hasi obtainedd for
;.:. r,.,, r ii- 'i,,- nIr.s that money can
, : ." '. i v, ,, I. ,, o. m aintain hs
r. ; o: : '' : a' ,,;,'_ l}:' bes-t dramnati'
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,r. i i|' r ',' a tir-t-'la-s performed
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lRATOGA IlNI
i W ft Ldo Mit Beautiful Spot on the Halifax River.
JOHN J. McOUIRE, Proprietor.

UIVJT INSPECTION. Rooms Single or En Suite wi
SfNo belfer in Florida. Table of the best of everythi
Trm as reasonable as the service will permit, given

GAAcE in connection with tha hotel. Storage
r wemk. Special arrangements will 1e made with guet
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Brod Verse, Lrtw SLe" Treo
STATES $2.oo to S$.oo PER DAY
SKPRCIA~. RATES BY WEEK.
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Is I~e Woldo, Hotel Palm Beach.
~- ~rft VeModorte Wit~ '%. i Adtjiilni l'allnouw "-ot
'lhat you 'Xtp.''tA.el 1 4e 1 'rie... %%p J, ldeir o? Fruits and(Flo
ftsLva tt. Only a fewo hours lticr2 -ii' '4.eeel I)N Ii'trit, cer x:et thatt vell
bWBc* o kHlet. Thoit I 14'. tet, t :. P .4.t I LI He: e t1In ili cill-' at Ho


St. Augustine,
[OTE M A w"N( IAIL. Florida.
Selct Family hotel. All Modern Improvements.
rffts1Lb Rfttr Htithis. Wl'it-iu Accommodations for 300 Guests
now, ,k Weaft, c.
W Ss. $&A(I.PAt0 PER DAV. .J:,iI. N t I-.t.Vrit.for III-
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VOTLAND, OREGON
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L anarfic RooUNs -l I h 1,14 t 11
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some" pbol-er o every n icu~s
vmsm cafe (irill Nllti-it
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TIM fta-tot Amtm And TMk PWet Out.
Here is where world's records for speed


and anre Droen witm every recurring season.
Auto, the biggest, the fastest and the NEWSOF THE H0 TS
S Seven W wonders finest are on daily parade and the bigNEWSOF.

S te m's am e 0We t Besch. water from the thousand flowing wells. J S
... One of Dayto.na crowning glories is It is a continuous show with constantly
her incomparable beach. No one who shifting scene. You will probably catch SCmit Hotel.
'0"44 ever set foot u"pn its smooth, packed the spirit and when you do the roads Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Boyter, Orange,
I -ands; no one who ever pedaled a hi- and the beach are yours. The Florida N. J.; J. Heller and wife, New York;
cycle over itsexpanse none who ever sunshine is free, the balmy ocean Edwin F. Deleottes, Jacksonville, were
c drove a prancing pair of horses and list- breezes are free, the birds and squirrels. among the arrivals yesterday at
ieed tothe poppingof theirstneel shoes and flowers are free, the sparkling Schmidt's Hotel.
'upon its asphaltum-like face; no one fountain water is free and you will have -
who ever steered a high-power automo- to go down in your wallet only for coin
bile down the broad stretch of wave- for the auto and bed and board. The Bennett.
i th washed and surf-packed sand but real- This is no fanciful picture; it's all Recent arrivals at The Bennett are:
ing ized that it is a world-beater, a world- here. It is drawing other thousands Misses B. and H. Safford, Pontiac, Ill.;
on $ wonder. Go stand upon this wide and holding them enthralled, it will Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Perkins, Manchester,
speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and hold you. Come and see. N. H.; V. C. Routzalin and wife, Mans-
'bv in joyous mood, and answer whether lield, 0 ; Mr. and Mrs. M D. Hebert,
by this is not one of the seven modern Eemememememememememem.mUm Mrs. W. L. Welst, Mrs. L. Carr, Glov-
wonders. ersville, N. V.; N. P. Ives, Florida.
SThe PlcM. PelucW Htalfx River. 0 '
. Where think you is water with more ON t i ly.
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a ne Despiand.
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta- a Kodak Shop.==== Thelfolloiing new guests arrived at
IS tion, artistic cottages with roomy vce-,a a The DLespland yesterday: J. 1). Edmes-
S. randa's looking out upon her bosom,' We are not Portrait Arti.st.s, nor tu,, Zanesville, Ohio; C. F. Phillips,
r. gamey food fishes, in countless numbers are we Art Dealers but 10 year\ s Providence, R. I.; Florence S. Clark,
i.9 beckoning, as it were, to those with rod 0 of close attention to the KOIlAK- N Mr;. F. K. Leonard, Dexter, N. Y.; J.
and reel; her bosom flecked with lduck ERS needs has won f(,r us their W. Parker and wife, New York City;
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, enviable reputation of hintg Mr 1. 1. Lawrence Mrs. Albert
L.Lawrence, irs. Albert
which sit about as if for the sport of I IR T Lp FI R van, Cileveud.
fort, bobbing upon her waves; watch that fIRKMS LA[SS FIllKS.RS N!
sure, lubberly old white headed p, lican pc'h nyone desiring good ok and
st, a fat mullet, and( that fish hawk st ..g- hotel
glig upward with his floundering load strict attention paid to( their or- Hotel Palm Beach.
lig upward with his floundering lad foI) evelo g and Priti
Sli snatched fron the water.. 0- T li Constitution is eagerly awaited
nd he snatched frn the water. will get itat LI ESNr E'S K D), A K *R ni:anv tourists who wibh to returns
C- See the beautiful launches, spick antd Y PLh ACE, tlp in to i tl, tel 1i'm leach by boat for
=nwtth span, their hampers and lockers bulging that inkes the Kodak "Work i f
e 1ce of with refreshment. both solid an liquid 9 1 l'th The growing popularity of
Sreadyvfor a cruise upon her beautiful All ok finih in p the ship's trips speaks well for the busi-
Saeo U:ie..tL.at the Clyde Line boats antici-
surface Take out your field wlass andl0 hours if necessary. ts Butici-
sweep the river from Ormonid bridge to ,ate L hth'y gt their new line of
a Ponce Park light house, then say I | EE : t Indian river.
9" @' whether the Ilalifax isn't a thing of i r r
beauty and a joy forever, and one of O* R H0 Ie IA IA/11 1
In- the modern wonders. 0 The R'idiewood.
)%'- h 0d Eastman Kodak Dealer, i 1
"'' The Enchantingy Ilcturesque Rldgewood. 0 ,- 1' "i arrivals at The Rilgewood.
Ridg d is upon tU, crest f ,i .1 A n 1 l;ursdayv, were the following: ( *- id0wo ..i uo th r DAYTONA. FLOWIDA. 0 ViI a aeM. He-r, Cee
,ta broad ridge. straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the ***1 ** **** ******** I; 1'. 1. Vakani, Mrs A. .Lthl,
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ihea\v-irutiKt- II\v'-OaKs ex'nu tnIllr
giant arnis across this magnificent vista, I -
forming an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoiins of Spanish m oss,
sway as the tr.iade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead dow\n n
this white sh11ll stin 't onue has the i.'- -
presbion of a fairy path with 'lfi.hl dra- '
l)eries, but as v ()u move along and cat
an 'yve fir-t to tle right and thiwen to th= -
left you stee distinguished cottage hlio ine 1
Mli.'s Kiathleet'n ln1...rah'nn a nd a
iu the moist delightful settings.e g
Surpassing BHaut) ot Our Cottage Homes. f ri I )| ,sAu l of Smith lrli
No one of I)ayton'.- attractions, per-: street, having arrive I Wednleslav.
haps conikii:llnds in,,re nearly ulni\iter-al]
attention and praise thlanI d,'"s the artis-i I i1'- '1" jiui ata ,tlitr' in ship-
tic cottage. The o%%n, rs of these chiarimi- pilg ,tUi ,inobiles il i-, iticar tt.
mig villas )1til from everyy corner of tle l-ttr(It, Mici., or (,tdir nearby
country and they I ling thlir ow)\n archi-: I tits1 \ I;. I lt'eli, So II,.'e '.


tectural ht plans tdl uilI up)II tht in.And(l
as thlte architecture of onte sec'(ii of thle
country difTers frnnl thle arl.iit.cctur'( of
another so do (aur hminets d(ilfer i n out-
wurd appearaiiii .i :d >truct lurl beauty
fro()I one' anctht r. 'ltierc are ninllonoto-
nous rows o(f .tl ikingly si iiialar buildings
hut the (ev, as it s.\\.ep i)v, is tre:at(.it
to a: kahl'idosEct,,lc caltt ligc' which k'eps't
the mind wondering ,' "W\hat '\t '


Streets and Pa erments the ot and HRet.
Why the Aichite -', t'C thle r'.r
Chose to giv e t'' Da% tIlrla II'll-,i(4t :,ol-
iiirable, the lijot pirtuit :-I.' IlAtural
se'ttingi of kill the k10 w- 4 '1 hl tii' thi is:
uot rieve'ahe d but that :-U, I it a f.%(
must be aIpIsalc tit loIl llt' 111441 Z>up.rtiakl
oblesirver. XWi t I i so. It 1,Li-hi .2411It o
niaturl 'cd11 t 44 ie m ivthl
fter the hand ot (11.1 ietoiw\ t-eOlit, tle'

out t 1 e cob It-Lid IotiIi.- k" t
picture.

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Arnd Hw- for '.ne i- 1, ;'a'.mts

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Art '-k m 2w 11131A 1i1,1~ .1:(- 1i p. 'I ,1ti' Ii to
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hIll1, ('hicago: R. 0(). Vinger, Keokuk,
l:i ; I. (i. Right, Oswcgo, N. Y.; Mrs.
(;orge II. Parke, Miss Allison, Miss
Meltcalf ianil Miss l icky*. \\heelinig, W
\Va.; It. J. ('!aik, Mrs. F. KI. l.eoiard,
I)x \tcr, N. V ; -'tter MclEvoy, wife and
T it'ii I'hiil:.Lt-i phia; J It. Smith. C.
1'. llill.;r!. '.,.iar laap ids, Ia.; M r.
:i;.l Mrs. If. t. .-,tt Wii.-., \V. C. Prank,
V. Y.; l.u', it. i l't[, D)t-;dwood, S. 1).;
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1L ,( .r.iw iu t-i t, U arrive at the FPi wc,
i ,. -riay were: IB. S. l'orter,
a.:t ii I: ali s, %lidL.; Mr. and Mrs.
t:,- -S Ilgrs, Spririgflield, Mass.;
\I- i .,t'. lathtlrp, HBoston; Mliss E C.
\',ui l- ; -, .\ ..; E-E. NJ. McMa ster
, .1 '. :: 14 trn *tt.
Lr. \M\ :ttr is thte western iaiia:ager
-, ('iiinciita.l Autonlmoliile Tire'
p ": i[' iy :i:i 1-; hi.hre to loe,k over thi
'1tnll, I> l,'.i rid t" N-etiding their racing
i;' hi \\('ii the light car race at
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( 't ., 2 .:: 4,-'- 1. a ri\ at 'L'iT e rri
... \',,I, 1". .M. N vct-', J. 1). NV\Y'vs
t ;;! .: i ptf >:it N .N M r-.. II. : \\ -tI,-
-,, I o,, 1 -r r. N. VY ; Mrs. I St*inr
' ;.. .MI~- 11. Sttrnl.t;rg, \'Wnt.i berg, S
\\ iter Aruti, A.-urg tirk.
\ I I Il( I. \VW. Hazard, P''i atill, .\
' I 1 I l1I-,i arid t''if,. l ,ukil ,
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i. .4 ".t li, tnl W ft' tC'. M lIt it \'y ,
i, I t:,!; rtir "v ,Iit: i I l ydv c\v
i : and ii l Mr-. J. >'. lelberlti,

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Het One Ambition.
,'. *.i 4 t..,. 'tt' t( t.d the 11 2i 1
',.,; : r" 4,,: i i tll i'o, gb U e eye ashes te
a :. i, lil lk i.-,t>, itndl'utedd that
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,.,.. r ; ,' .\t "r btr salalry .
12 '" I'... :.. :Ii' f.r tlld her that ftr
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Now Open for Season 19o089.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.


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


Summer Address: ATI.ANTIC' HOt'E, Narragansett Pier, Rbode lsmajd.


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Fronting on the Electric Lighti and
Halifax River. Modern Improvemnwts



Schmidt's Hotel i
4 Fo,rmerlv S.hmidt'a Villa.
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HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors,

4 DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Fine Home liable Delightful
0 Reasonable Rates 8unny BRooms
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THE RIDGEWOOD
E. D. LANOWORTIHY, Proprietor,

THEi. house is charmiinglv situate,' on Ridgewood Avenue, the high
eat and inost healthful oint in the town of Daytona. It is
very tastefully and conmftrtah!lv furnished and is modern in
very respect. The vegetables are fr,,m the Ridiewood garden,
and native fruits, which grow in abundance, are a feature of
the table.
NOW OPEN -__

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Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,


D)AYTO NA,


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SFLORIDA.
NOW OPEN


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Steam Heat in Every Room


SSAME IMANAGEMINI ASil"lT ISTOI," ASBURY PARK, N. J.


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I Modern and First-class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths. t
Entire White Service. Northern Cooking.
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DAYTONA, FI ll).\, I). I. STII..LMAN, Proprietor.
1 tinX I he Haetifa. thl1 % ti L kfr'rnum 'tre-andI Pistnofik.c.
Modern Impfrocnicnt'. V hitc tdlp. '%.rthcrn hcft.
STerms $2.(X) and upward. \Veekly Kates on application.
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\LL.. kNOWN()\\ N 1) ')PILI.\R. DAYTONA, FI.ORIl)A.
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Premtim a high dam
Dramatic Playlet.
ALL THIS WEEK.

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