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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: March 1, 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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ANtOLna. FLODnkf-MMoDNDAY.
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A IAF" C LA Rig*t Goods at 3 -
OFFOMETRIST Right Prices, EE..I
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E l1 Leest ow ewaws. Sal Water Paint.
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Heberrt K Job. the "author ad sat-
uflisk and aff wrri(wf or Outiag Mac-
arid.Vl "wa wa ffir wtma toetmus
Oft f r Da ft too rm (Tvemdy) eeftig .mdew the
wpl rc the Flostda Aw ima .oci-
- 4% Tib s ety. Mr. Job hm eclonred picm pho.
b WC tograpbed by hiaml of a great variety
of Florida birds, mad will nmake I tet t-
-lr -- lr.= ing and instructive talks as be throws
|| 11 l | them upon the canvmr
The lecture will be at the Palmetto
I t Club room at 8 o'clock p. m and a gm-
^ [ N^ erti invitation it extended.
rl -- *^wuy I eKs
wo- Ptfo Satur- ONosGe N. Cha-mbed'in. who is deeply
I .. Pback Sun-. intrerted in bird presrvtion, expects
I a m s b, m e & & m .,L -0.. .. ... -A. ..


1t Pd were litUi
h-1 Ia ~mod approach
S i from the
-wr the Hasty
C- odimti=o, bun-


iait arrangements will be made for Mr.
Job to address the boys of Daytoa,
Seabreese and other nearby school
Professor Wright mad StheNu hope to
i make this a feature o( the Naturalist',
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-'vidam would pay "
ma-me this delightfulI


i-08 Inlah Till the bA TY
l maL ideof the Hali-e J '
g Pt was said to I
d tml .end of thl /11
Ae k' l Mae attractions .
"Wm W" 017y to many i
-atful location; ever Touring the well shaded gras y-parked
Ste 4~. the pure streets and avenues of Daytona, Day-;
K lI lk ; the inlet per tona Beach and Seabreese and down the j
0 .Me.frsh alt water tV- beach to Port Orange, returning by the !
M I& its "stern Ridgewood route, Mrs. George Ward, a i
Is-k- wta bomd in gamey wealthy resident of Westerly, Iowa, ac- I
SUl deAlight the heart of companies by a quartette of her hand-;
two spleAdid hotels, the somtnst and most vivacious lady friends. -
L Pheti, entertain many spent the anniversary of her birth, Sat- i
afl red @ad reel, and hun- urday afternoon, in Ler splendid Thomas
|d th oie from Daytoa Flyer, driven by Frank Pertlick, a pro-
. ~eow Samy'rna and else t *ge of Mrs. Wardcq\
L wonrt ol fIbing. I Fruits, nuts, boxed candies and other .
WN t61bd gmt who winters dainties and confections, surpUied by
?ph. W A. Walk.r, whose animated converse wit and repatee en-
Si Pnting-. livened the oeeeoi ad m@de athe atI-
Stihe -lc the Pacetti ternoon memorable for pleasure both to 9 CARMACK
the qalendor of his brush h i M of specimens, and i The party was composed of Mm. :
Im la erwal you would think ,j E. Rawlinge., of Daytona; Mrs. Roy-;
g~Ii mlt o their native le- all Houghton. of Bensoahurst, L I;
M; a wY 8 away. Mrs. I. T. Moore, of West Harbor, Me.;
Shar ment the illiterate Mrs. Hugo Schlick. of Milwaukee, Wis ;
Il l rie man, Patrick Mrs. Ward and Mr. Pertlick, of Wes- 1 1
.i m, d a Mr. l.inquist. a terly, Iowa (By 'nit. d l'rd....
Igolrm iy fellow is at the Mrs. Ward will be 'at home" on Day- NASHVILLE. Tenn.. March l.-The
la WLthoue station, and a i to Beach next winter. defense, in the trial of Col. Duncan
Pi.eu eat is noted on every Cooper, his son, Robin Cooper, and Jas
S een at Sharp. charged with the murder of Sen-
lit eei,-htUasbeen atPonce |||ator Carmack, announced today that
Sers. It was interesting 1 J the evidence for the defense would be
Ir ofI the eariy days of that i 1 V L completed tomorrow.
of tlheorigin and grow Ihi Further testimony was io,troduced by
Sbas has mt valuable In- the defense today to show that Carmack
f t he sIithlmMian Institu *T fired the first shot. Stress was laid on
.. l rdelis 4he sent an r the test.mopy of Mrs. AMary Ray, who
tbn a aw, large t t It swore there were five shots fired, two
S -eade. and copper [ili init.<1l Pr'-,,.] close together and three after a percep-
Ib ne to dig into Indian WASIHINGTON, March I.-The Su. tible interval, corroborating the' testi-
iW t:vinkets buried with mony of the Coopers.
In cue she found a!preme Court today he.d in favor of the mony of the Coopers.
Tlwo of her ^ Equitable I.ife As.urance Company in Dr. C. P. Edwards ,as called to the
Two of her sons, B. the action brought by J. Wilcox Brown stand and testified that he made an X-
rwll their families, have
Perk aind others for a r ce:ver for the corn- ray photo of Robin ('Coper's shoulder
Sfortr keep r f pany. The decision reverses tne Circuit after the shooting but that tl.e plate did
h(',rt ,,f apDeal.o and affirnl s the Circuit i not show a bullet. Tile witness said he)
Is home within t(, C,urt. \,h icm su-taised the demurrer of believed the ball passed threuehi the
lt home within etiiinim. r shoulder and was thc ori.mw fnitd bv lol--
p lhthou i n Cooper in his bed.
family drifted there
ago. Yesterday he
NI un different kinds Austria and Servia Growling. TAPT GUEST
at his plaee. liis *'iIII
Sfltp, grapes, banana, Bl('il.\l:IS{. F oumania, Mar. I G E
S delightful HR,uniiiatJin ,y jb# to, mobilize re-
place" has been s'rv\,'s in :,nrti(i:,>ati of war between 0
Ik lby Mr. Rhode- and Au-tria it il Ser' .: The action is
a I' 'purely ( defensive\ p'rPince Charl es is ,
Wl anf-PourthiP-,,. taking no part.


te As It Stood Wednesday eningI
TIE BUSH & SAFFORO PIANO CONTEST. I


S1,556,810
1,137,565
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WASHINGTON. March 1 -Pr"i-
dent-elect Taft spent tlie day receix intg
callers. lie will be the gu,'-t (of liior
tonight at a dinner given by the' party
which accompanied hiii to, toi- P'liiiip-
pines


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THE STRAIGHT ANI NARROW WAY.


W. E. lTarding, Ilost, n and .Mis.-,
Florence Bell, drove to( ',(n'e Il'ark
yesterday and enjyedl a "ibox Irln'h'
tnder the big live oaks on the river
shore, returning in tme gloaming.
Col. Franklin Al lln of New Y'orl,
city, died ;at ()rmnid, Saturila\
evening, aged 7T years. The re
mains were shipped to New York,
Sunday, accomniiiine;a I lby the attend-
ing physician, )Dr. ('. (,. Miller e0
that city.
The niusic at St. Mary's I'is,'
pal church, Sunllay (veni"e \\i-.
llmost excelletlt. Th'e (i1 r ti
o)f ten tllmi, .tid the ot,'rtrv -. I
"C('oisider tIht- Ii ,". Il,,v th,\
(row,'" wvas beauitifillyv wit'i t ',i ,\
P'rof. Sheppardl.


T. .1. MIcMickinII, \% I,, Ila-s I, i
t lhie past year in tlim iniplvy of
(irul)er-Morris Hiard ware (Co,
week resigned li- ;',-sitlhi anid
turned Satturndav t, I his limi,,'
.la made mainv limiinds litrce, wlhi, o ,
ly regret .his d 'jcart r,:'.


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A JAPANESE


AFTERNOON TEA

1 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oyama gave a
S.llapani'c- Tea Sunday afternoon, from
(onvt to fi\e o'clock, at their beautiful
li,)ni' r'crntly completed on South
R(idgewood avenue. Invitations wert
cxtenlded to members of the Palmetto
('lil, and personal friends of Mr and
.Mr'. ()yarna and all afternoon Ridge-
wciil avenue was enlivened with auto-


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niioliices, carriages and pedestrians wend- I 'r. 1.. 1. '' t.
ing their way to and from the scene of
fr.sti\ ity. C(,oulnty ommissloner \ I'.
Mr. Oyamna met the guests as they ar-! Blradshaw amnd ScIho4(Il (' ,,ni--min-i IIr
rik(d, while Mrs (Oyama received them (;co. F. Crotuch are ii ;ittfitdl.tI.t', ;it
Mit lie I.ttranc(' of thle t<'a room, where at the meet iirs 4cf 1ti)ir ir tl I,. t i\'
cupsi of tlihe fragrant and delicious hbv- b Ioards at )cl.andrt t. ;Lay a',i ti.-
tragc' \\ (re dispc'nsed by a c'harrnitng roww.
h)\ v yof yougii ladies, dressedtl in Jap- ..-
:;ie--c ('it-t ulnit', and tie( table was kept
b)ou0ntifully suppl)lied with delicate' cakes t
t:!!, ilaiiity .lapaii se sweetmeats.
'Il li u,'-tts were give(:n tlhe freedom of
the u houc' iuhitMh is thoroughly mode'rrn
in its Ii ,ivc.riif-nc:es. Among the JH p
;ti('-C" fuymiiihiiigs that attracted partic'-
iilar altentin tiaidm(l admiration was u o
e.:i ;t iuonlly ( carved\ teakwood set in then*
q pti on l roo(im Several hundred re-
- I le, e il tee tle' i i\itatiei1. ..


ALL LOOK ALIKE


TO THEODORE.*
It It t
It mI II'mt' .( l'r,-."1 .
\\ A-l\ IN(jT'ON, March 1.-The l'res-
ile .it' s 1.ii farewell tennis cabinet" to-
,i:L. :it liintrir was attended by celebri-
ti :t nincliig frern the Fre-nch Ambas-!


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SEEKING




A Death Sentence Was Commted
To One Of Life Imprisonment


By Governor.

ASKS SENTENCE E IE T ASL

i By Unlted Press.)
NEW YORK, March 1.-Albert T.
Patrick, the lawyer convicted of the
murder of Millionaire Rice, began a mew
tight for freedom today in the Brooklyn
courts, having secured an order from
Justice Gaynor that the State should
show cause why the sentence of life im-
prisonment should not be set aide and
a full pardon granted. Patrick's lawyer
represented that Governor Higgins com-
inuted the death sentence to life impris-
onmnent without his client's application,
and that the court must permit him to
g(o freet. Patrick has been confined since
1901.


'BIG ELKS ARE


BANQUETED,


Daytona Lodge No. 1141, B. P. 0.
Elksa waa highly honored Saturday by
a visit from Grand Exalted Ruler R L
Holland, of Colorado Springs, Colo., anc
Grand Secretary Fred C. Robinson, o
Dubuque, Iowa. The distinquishec
visitors arrived on the 1:45 p. m train
from St. Augustine and were taken ir
charge by local Elks, who met then
with auromobiles and gave thmn a ride
over Daytona's beautiful roads, the ill
Comparable beach, and a p Vi-it to ltit
orange grove of F. M. Cull, (on Soutli
Ridgewood.
Saturdayevening at 7:30 the Elks
met in theirhallin the Conrad build-
ing and listened to interesting and in-
structing talks by both gentlemen, after
which all repaired to the banquet room
where a tempting spread :Lwaited them,
and to which all d(lid ample justice
While the fragrant Hlavatnas wern b inn,
enjoyed more talking was Indulged in to
the enjoymnunt and editicati'n I of ;all.
Sunday a trip was nuad e t, thti- ilmdt
on Cormmodore Burgoyne's .S t letif:It t,
after which more autoimohil' idtes :im i
a visit to tlihe beautiful grot\e of J %
Shields. The guests left oni tihe evei:i L
train for the South.. '[in will vi-i
Palm Beach, Nassau, Kev West ar;
Havana, returning by way( o Talibpa.



SWEETHEART'S


JOLLY PARTY.
t R t
Another jolly party accepted the lwi-
pitality of Conimmodore Burgoyne on his
beautiful yacht "Sweetheart" Sunday.
The day was again an ideal one and the
run was made to Mosquito Ilf't, ard
back to a point just noith of tihe Poii e
Park hotel, where the anchor was dro'p-
ped and all hands partook of the tempt-
ing spread provided by the generovn'
host. The guests of honor for their occa-
sion were Grand Exalted Hulrr It. 1..
Holland, of Colorado Springsi ('oltrao,
and Grand Secretary Fred C .ohiim-on
of Dubuque, Iowa. B. P. 0. lE.
Besides those distinguished gcntleImcen
the following guests were present: l'et r
Semns, Dr. F. If. Houghton, Dr. (;. A.
Klock, Laurence Thormpson, T IE'. Fitz-
gerald, G. W. Blymyer. lmois Adler,
Geo. 1. Crouch, J. 1). C. Mi .
Seaniman, Henry Schuimuidt, 1. 1). l ~
Dr. E.' L. Steal rt.


I iv U'nlted Prtsea.
PARIL, March l.-Seraffine Mathis,
the waiter who assaulted President Fal-
liersChristmas day, was placed on trial
today. Seven witnesses were called by
the prosecution including the president's
two secretaries who were with him at
thme time.


ACCIDENT


ON C., H. & D.


'iit*t,.d Pre .,.)
SIN I)LA Y, Ohi,, March l.-The en-
gire pulling a westbound passenger
tr.ti ten tie Cincinnati, Hamilton and
l);,vton Railway blew up today ten
mI ile.s -\e.t of li-re, killing the engineer
:t l injuring five c,thers, probably
fatallv



"LUCKY" PASSES


UNDER WIRE.
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I.1-1 AN(;LLES. C('al., March 1 -
"lI.u ky'" lBaldwin, the noted turfman,
'l:Il thii- morning at liis home at Arca-
ra I H, i as s tric-ken with pneumonia
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-Mae11MI W~aU di lb for.

ANTHONY BROS.


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I Latest Styjes, Artistic Workmanship,

HIH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.

No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET, DAYTONA.

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I Ladies' Red Cross


and Children's Educator SHOES.


GLOBE


DAYTONA, FLA.


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SEABRELZE, March l.-Dr. B. S.
Jo,-e and wife. of J:ansville, Ind.. are
spuding a week wih Mr. and Mrs. M
L. Waggoner, on Ocean boult-vard. ;
L. A. Schofield aid wife. who were
sttach-- of The Clfrendon, and Arthur
S, -. -f Pittsburg, t ave t&ken rooms at
t.e Middlfton home.
M.Nl. Mary Banta, a gue-t at the Prin-
ets& ILsena. left yet-Lerday morning for,
Neu York.
Tue D)a~tona Cornet Band wili fur-!
nih rr music Wedne.iay evening Mardh
3rd, f.r the bszar at the Congrf-ga-'
tional church.
Mrs. Georre Wallce, of Oht.io. arrived
i-'t we,-k a;d is a R-jst at Trc May-


W L -Sorntitg .and fumi'y leave for
Evans% ilae d today.
Nli-!s Bigelow lookketpe- at Thi-
Ciart-Ldun, rrct-vered two ringc srtime
hard mouer thAalo' in her purse, and
i,:ht r trlnk--t: b4 Spa ing th.e ashp in
U .rnt cd ,nt:ir -dI!iftr.d Ilit- pain
g1rir s wac iris 't. and the di~inu-nd
;n .;r (othrr ring untarnishrd. NMi-i
biirt+,vv :.a:; a r'.mn in The Rrvukers
I _V A~ r itr I I k I taed t!.e roomn
a rd c Ii*t~
Dir. a,,(, Mrs. V M-t-encrg-r. of El-
mt.ra N "Y ..rriv' j I riclay ard, as lit
pr, 71%, ~:'-t -* rtooms at the El-

Pr(',4v. e:. a cthE Camne at
S.-v- t erc 5-t Rnd a merry time
~~ C..IM 1..' riitte n M rs
k~ NI rs. Iiiir t v and Mrs Buch-
:1 i I :T 7rtrS Were son as follows:
Mrs'. Bu~it v. iadi& fk*frst prize, Mrs.
*L~~'xi5 >enu izecs DINan Smritr,
r.st. S1r W.crhanan SeCOLd Mr-s. Banks


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NEW SEASIDE INN
AND FURNISHED CuTTAGES.

Everything Modern,
homelike and Comfortable.
Directly on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.
S2.50 PER DAY AND) UP

HORACE STEWARTIt
HORACE STEWART


DAYTONA BEACH,


- FLOC}EIDA


,SURF CREST

for !%urf Cbezit k and tIshtniz.




A fine iton.- and trini -ruclUr. y
thing Dtvw and manitar% xpt(rui:.I~
rooms: all niodt-rn einv-i. -nk- s;nc' 4-2,,'''
high and dr :n.'er o'-. riz- gri-,:r. -
boine tablt-: rat"s p&-r dha, S31,i"nd u,,: -I
clal rat.' for "sn Addire--'


T WHRIITE DOW:SE COt011k6E8
IAiT',-)4 EAC~H. LA


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nkshed; modt-rn **"I:2.* ;r i


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Sr.,F of r i~d r. mand Muw LH
KhNO& of av ;= arried
&baftgme"of &.
Ridgewiod.
VPaebimg. shipping and ,eptnring
furniture a apscuaty. N. Euickson.1
C~ tagemin. r-v-s tf


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fr. ]L V m lUitor-Mamager.
16. CL D=4" .CitY mNitor.
C. IL HiazujaIMculation Manage~r.
Gus. F. C~ouC=, Oaperintendent.
3ut~v~i so -m m n -elaw matter I~W--
cerbpr 1, IM. at the postoMte At
Daytega. Fla. under the Act of
Mawtarc isml


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BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


11


Dr and Mrs. Ney froji Nn ,
Di.- &Swi.m- 2 A L.L. .A
the .eighboriag lblic of Maxi- i
m. and at psmm g..t. of te mm..........mmu
Magnolia North Bch r F.W. POPE
us charged, they ay, with Florida F W POP 0
and Daytona in particular. a_ Attorney and Counsellor at
.Law.
*Wanwtd, to correspond With par- PractIce tin state and Federal Courts
__- *T-U- K^J *'! OFFICE OVER PO5TOFFRCE.
ties intermted in building hotel at!i r Tenep"boner r
Daytmma or Beach. Address Hotel, bon- -:--* -
,r, iavtnaa lTaiiv Nmoa. tf


---" --- T. g. Fitzgerald E.F. (,a.A-
Meedame MattMws and Porcher, FITZGERALD & DATES
sitr fMrs. D.A. AttorneysWt d
sisters of M D. lef Attorneys and Counsellors at La"
Saturday for Mr. Porchber's home i .a Exam ng and
It .. .., W, acuiuem for Examining arno
at Cocoa. Mrs. Matthews arrived Perfecting Land Title-.
with Mrs. Blodgett last week an 1 Office in Conrad Building. Phoni. 12,
Mrs. Poreher came up from Cocoa
to see them. iniwww-"^-www@101
t w-e t ,'.'N 0. A. KLOCK, M. D.,
For sale at a bargain-two gen- PhYSICIAN AND SLRGEON.
erator and a Rushmore center AssoiatedwithK.M. Feruson. _0
emor and. a (4r.i lZ pVal atuention Imt1"';'.'
searchlight for automobile Apply thf EyEtr.No.-,.it .t;.
to Daily News. if ocee Hours: 7>to 1!:. 1is.. I to I I-i.
rto 5 *nd 7 to 04p. ni. P rrs>;*
Howard M. Crooks, aged 28 years, _- 0o'p. ,i P,,"'i o-o
died at the L Hahne cottage on ...
South Ridgewood avenue, Saturday E. L. ITEWART
morning, of tuberculosis. Mr. ..
__ .: ." Physicialn and
Crooks accompanied by his wife, Ph rsc n
I S urgeon'.
came to Daytona in the fail to escape Sur-g att.o n 0 v
oam to n *Kpol attfentlon to I i-.t-i r ..\ V. V.-
the northern winter. Services were Throit ani N..d .
held this afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Fourth Door West Postofflce
Phone
conducted by Rev. B. F. Marsh, and Phon : ":- -." '
the remains were shipped to Colum.- -
bus, Ohio, accompanied by Mrs H-
Crooks. R KOY HOWE-, M. V. :


Physician and Surgeon
(fl~ce and R esh-m-t: R' 1'
*wood1 A vp nu--. co ppW.4 I..: %I
Ofi to ()' Hour!,: '' i !;..: .
6:3D to P. l. enTtepbone 17$


SEABREEZE SANITARIUM.
OCEAN BOLLEVARD1.
SE.4BREEZE. -I %.I
4Corp% of Corxipet. ei-Nu7- -
C. BWtANON.%". MV1.,[)a,.ton. ia i.


at Daytona
Beach ^

DAYTONA BEACH, March I-Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. K. Sweeney and friends,
Mr. and Mrs. McCann, w.o are stopping
with them, had a fine day at the inkt
the latter part of the week. returning
%ith a good catch of fish.
Miss Lillie Flagler, of Croft, Ill., ar-
rived Saturday and will spend the re-
mainder of the season with her grand-
parents Mr. and Mrs. Hudson, at Ocean
Spray.
Mi--s Anna Kingston, of Chicago, is
spending the season with her brother on
Live oak street, and is greatly improved
since her arrival.
Mrs. Gerker and Mrs. Wilson of
Greenfie-ld, Ohio, relatives of Mrs. Cora
Powell. are visiting at her pleasant
Lomrn e.
Mrs. E. A. Freeman, of Massachusetts,
ho has been visiting with Mrs. Puweil,
Left last week for Jacksonville, the fir-t


-tage of her home journey.
M.. Ruth Stewart celebrated her
twelfth birthday Saturday with a 'cotu-
pAcy of nine girl friends. A s lendid
* diner waa st ait high no Rutti was the happy recipient of s,"rme
pretty presents.
Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5, littk.
M.-s Edna Keating celebrated her sixth
birthday with quite a party of friends.
;ame" were enjoyed on the green in
front ,if the Daytona Beach Hotel, and
an elegant luncheon was set at the band
sand. ar.d ice cream and other to)th-
son,e -daintif. e joyed in full view of


graLd !d "ceaa.
Mrs. G. L. Johnson, who has been at
r Kiock's sanitarium under treatment
for some time: was moved to the home
of her parents at the Lone Bay Inn the
lattr part of last week. She is still


quite weak.
W. Culver, a banker of Brooklyn,
M11L.. is vi;ting Mesers. Beach and
Le;:er at their beach cottage. Mr. Cul-
"'-r :,adt- ttv trip with Mr. Beach to
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Bicycle Livery.


Bicycle Supplies and Repairs.
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E. S. MALL
Architect and Builder.


Office 209 Palmetto Avenaue
D aytona. Florida.

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Lcans and Discounta f544,495 67 Capitl h uk
Stocks and Bonds.. 14,650(K) Surplus md Us&~
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Seven Wondersf U| seva wn dI. E?^ e UOT E L I) ESF
a m-a-dryparade.andthebig- Mr D, ,M 5xwe.....ll,2iago;D.J. n --
_aM ULft e. 0 3_,No ovbch. water from the thousand flowing wells. Moy bqe J 0
,O .e Daytoa .crowning glories is i a co uo show with constantly Lo am, CUhoe, Va.; Mrs. A *
__________ hfer ~mparabl beach. No one who shifting scene. You will probably catch Crane, Miss Crane, Addison, N. Y F. .M.O ne=n
____--_- *sn^^ s^^^ ^^^^^^sL WAITEonr n
eve s et foot upon its smonothpac ed the spirit and when you do the road$ H. Johnson and wife, Cleveland. 0.;..
-ds; Do one who ever pedaled a bi- and the beach are yours. The Florida Samuel J. Kline, Chicago; Mrs. Lr er sian
Sover its expan s;no one who ever sunshine is free, the balmy ocean Thompson Miss G. M Thompson Mrs. l
N I drove 11 pacing pair of horses and list. breeze are free, the birds. and squi rrels F. W. Herring, New York; C. C. .e 0 -Cneen S,
i --. ... .M .. <*1dE IPwm. emd to the popping of their steel and er froeh e tthde sparkling weKnoxville, Tenn. E, C
..... .....e "Iix R pp siteh asoophaltum-like face; Do one e,0wiyfountain water ois free and you will have. _me A T ,r Nra
d; Jo (e whoo eo ever steered a high-power automo to go down In a your wallet only for coin Bn tt.
i B -^ "- '- bite down the broad stretch of wave- for the auto-and bed and board. "0- ----.t j ea meese e .esei- ese*e* e
RI T N. Boom &*A& or EitSuits with waisedand surf-packed sand but real- Thik is no fanciful picture; it's all Recent arrivals at The Bennett arc:!
I Mrsand Ms.A.E. SaffodAAAAAxrv-
Vimlida. TabeI.oIe beto%' *vjisa o !Idthatlt is a world-bebter, aworld- here. It is drawing other thouands Mr and Mrs. A. E. Safford, Newbrry- AAAA AAaAA AAAA
in1mmsble W the ser ice will penrit, give on wo der. Go stand upon this wide and holding them enthralled, it will port, Maw.; Mrs. Tomlinson and maid. Fronting on the
'. speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and hold you. Come and see. Mrs Ragsdale, Tate Springs, Tenn ; Halifax River.
H. J. Reibling and wife, Rochester, N 4
Ii onecti with the hotel tomae by *by in Joyous mood, and answer whether H.J. Reibling and wife, Rochester,
]W "anUgem,,ts will be'- -a",/with this is not one of the seven modernY Geeoue e inu@lelelele : Geo. T. Hooley, Milwaukee, Wi6;.
Wiwonetsder.W .N. Britton, Rochester, N. Y.; San,
*"-. cub ^ ^.~.t, .^- ...^. ST: 1;h mjd t's
[] E--S t t y N -f ^ '4'Ix uelC. Turner and wife, Chater, Pa..; lIU L
----------- -.* wes o JaMiss E. M. Miilai, Plainfield, N. J.; MrF;!'6
t*****) Where think you is water with more e *
VGI~yES, Lw. S~1~um. madamlookig outupon er S t ic tlyR. LSpayde, St. Joseph, Mo.; Mrs. GDAT AFOD.
i iiii ...... ........^.^ !pturesque surroundings? Nearly a K a 0 ;.. ; M rs
I o ................... i..e. d, .. .. .. .. w t tropical vt Cge__ H. Thompee, Cincinnatii, .; Mrs L. H.,
fR=-- eMs ...... .._ e, 0a Kodak Shop.0 Bunyan RichmondInd"Mis K Go-| ENR S M SON P
The- M innl spons ticn, artistic cottages with roomy ve- ,asN.P. E al, m d.; Ms K Go SO
;alass, N. P.I E1vans and] wife Geo. PEV-!
Z" 2 --.__ *fl t Tvam randa's looking out upon her bosom.!* We are not Portrait Artists, nor ", ". ... DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
*o somearnosoPororaitDAY.-. As, n.or11 ans and wife. Shelbyvile, .Tenn.; .
KL .9 r!r tTS~y WU. Pgamey food fishes in countless numbers 0 are we Art Dealers but 10 years 0 a Fine Borne Table
ntbc onn g, aIAt rwrtAItho.... t ro to t. K O .. Brown and wife, Elmira, N. Y. Fine oe ra e
4 2 11 8 -221kownthatr~t. Pboe XMa i beckoning, as it were, to those with rod of close attention to the KODA- Reasonable ates
M- 4 J. P. SW LaLnd. fer. ad reel; her bosom flecked with duck ERS needs has won for us the .
*O#OSS**pp *,qq*4 eiand coot and snowy-winged sea birds, enviable reputation of being The Rid.ewood. vvvw vw vvvvH ...
HFL ff ^'.-r which sit about as if for the sport of a M T | F The new guests arriving at The Ridgc-' mu ,,,u ,,,,,,,,,
Sg J Csmbrt, "bobbing upon her waves; watch that a) L LA,0 IlLK wood since Saturday are the following .
Ple- 2 as ~'ut0m11 Mre, lubberly old white headed p, lican po-"h Anyone deail- good work and Mrs Matilda C Buchanan, Louisville, ; : 1
r: 2 *J ~For a Rest, a fat mullet, and that fish hawk t.- strict attention paid to their or- Ky.;Mr and Mrs. W. H. Stearns. W.E I
TR H B "WAY gling upward with his floundering load ders for Developing and Printingrr Montford and wife, Miss A. A. Rose E lM A L
S" n De L d he watched from th ,he water. n wilIgetitat LESESNE'S KODAK =Providence, R. I.; J.J Sutton, Colum E E. D. LANGWORTHtY, Prc
S- S~- tee the beautiful launches, spick and N y shop n bu-, Wis; T. A. Hubb and wife, De-
h 5S,.. ) soa xn3tuswahppan, their hampers and lockers bulging that makes the Kodak Work a troit; R. K. Barrett, St. Augustine; Al- TH house is chain situatl on Ridgew
Si Proprietor.tCM.1111 with refreshments both solid an liquid Specialty. bert Hartzogg, Chas. E. Hartzog, est and most healthful in the tow,
^ -4 A *GIU BACOOAmiOOATiN as ready for a cruise upon her beautiful All work finished in 24 hours, 12 Buffalo, N. Y.; A. F. Rockwell. Mrs. a .
-1 m ....- .....g yw--- 'surface Take out your field glass and G hours if necessary. Rockwell, J. J. Johnson, Bristol, Ct.; very tatell and o. 'r turnishe
sw........,_____ weep the river from Ormoud bridge to Mr. and Mrs. MI. E, Dally, Marion Daily. veryrespet. T e vgetablcs are from the
.__ .Ponce Park light house, then say U | iC5CJ U Mrs. J L. Lamden, Grace Lamden, New an native fruits, wich grow in abunda
RB Vz -"I otel PalIm lefacl whether the Halifax isn't a thing of 0 R I L FLr L ochelle, N. Y.; Mrs. Chas. Lamson, the table.
H otel P ,mi almi B I, -'PocePrklihihusth1 ie el ESESNE 0 Ir
B~wWri 1(1ran Loati do Famou s beauty and a joy forever, and one of New York; Dr. W. L. Robinson and N OW OPlEN
zAct- -Thd fpitilon.AdoinsFmoufFi Potn- the modem wonders. Eastman Kodak Dealer 0 wife Freeh.old N. J.; C. B. Fenstmocker rI
Wil IW Vpv"ts-T icalI tph, ndor of Fruits anddFlow- =S" EastmanIKodaak Dealer, "".....,.........
ak a frew hour sfurthtr 4Outh bIv train or I.mAt that comw Ts.. Te arnm Picturesque Rildgewood. 0 and wife, C. C. Coolbange and wife,
i. u h Bot in. landst Hotl Pdewood avenue is uon the crest f Philadelphia, Pa ; J. B. Conrad, T. A
----* Ridgewood aeu is upon the crest (if 0U DAYTONA, FLORIiDA. 0U Wood, DeLand; Geo B. Christian andti@****S@6**44SSS060
i a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, De n; Ge B. Christian and
.....,, -,,, "and the wide-spreading branches of the *U le*l e @e* U*Uee** e***e wife, Fred Hobaunon and wife, Marion, h e P r
B^ ------- '""''"' ithe vy-tn, live-oaks extend their .- -Ohio; C. H. Haynes, W. 11. Haynes, i | h ^- Ir, f
SL.Aug tine, Ntheavy-trunked live-oaks extend theirKokomo, Ind.; Harry J. O'Brien and
inS1 M Aq, ^701IA. A Florida. *I giant arms across this magnificent vista, Y nn,
fomn nacadfo *e; xed wife, Coney Island, N. Y.
O Fmfy Hktel. All Modern Improveme nts. f ormig an arch, and from ,hese extend- ""
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss The Clarendon Orchestra gave a con Hilyard & iolroyd, Propr
fl _*.th* NU Accommodations for 300 Guests sway as the trade winds from tropic seas cert Sunday eight to a large and ,uppre-
aig dPJnDA. PA^^ mR f MACtOWEU.LI, prU 5t this white shell street one has the im- .2 .. --- NOW OPEN
FAU &MADO*. ** i pression of a fairy path with elfi.h dra- Despland. h NSHE AND ENOV.
_____ ____ __ ......_...._.. peries, but as you move along and cast AIi.
-- .Xz rivals nt 'flu' I e~0 A"rivals nt Thl I)esplhnd STItt( )UIIOUT
*an eyefirst to the right and then to the Despland Saturday
; left you see distinguished cottage homes r, vr: Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Biythe. H t v-
', P.e'trt'v B .11 'c orll, (if (Ireen'lw hi cl h; _, = ,, .. -, ,, o
in the most delightful settings. M"(o, of ( -ren ch; Washington, I) C.; Mrs Gates C. Ob- eam ea V ry
_:ty oOr te "" ('onn., who has previously assisted lintgrs l)tD'vton ().; Mr and Mrs. W 11 T. ....,
SurpasstinB Min the music at St. Mary's ch(rlir G (rissirnger. Thomas 11. Wright, DeLand;
No one of Daytona's attractions, per- vill juit the choir of that ('h11r ,h ftii Mrs. ,. A. Martin, Philadelphia; Miss 1#4
_--- -- -_-- --****** *E,* bhaps commands more nearly universal tlhe balance of the season. Mr Gathlmas, (C 11. l)ansforth, New York City; .. .* ......
attention and praise than does tht artis- McCo'rd has a line b)as o voicO. e I' I.. _olland Colorado Springs, Co,
........... tic cottage. The owners of thesecharmn- is at present a gutist of the Tonris' Frcd l{oliusi,n Dubuqu," Iowa; ('. D. T i 11 B B EN N E
uu: u u:-- -- ------- ing villas hail from every corner of the ,m South Palmetto ;a1vnu1. \lc('t'rrieand wife, Macon, Ga.; A. D. NI L.*
country and they bring their own archi- -, ,nt ad wife, %Vill Kent,S..Josep,
PERKINStectural plans and build upon themand ")resnakig hellp wanted, : ..I i1 s. Modern and Firstcass Rooms, en suite wi S
IDE wLVwi ITL coutryWiffrs fnowthearIhtecureof MIrs. Jser vr lrk.tIch. i I isn hrn aj;N.~Etr ieSrie Nrhr
=i-il CAr. Wash Ave. iA JI am the architecture of on e section (of th s Jeste Clk, ,a ,,r- \ i ',, .
GaM. W --AON &J'ke B;d ; H Ce ountry differs fnrtnL the architecture' of ..I M m .-...t fo -h S ii>,L rdwf G..ori.. t ,. "Mnr~,hi J'Ml. A. H & E.I LAN
Yod u oe di.e in. out i{. Mrittlrl, r, m.( it1v3 fl(orml I lay .St, iiutvrga and ,,ife, (Georgia. "ii.MrdhtdMA I .I.A
|,,-.i- v -ttyt ^ ; ; another so do our homes diTer in out- ;ria, "i-a., i' installed'as assitair Stimi'-l arrivals werV: Mrs. \- I. ?*@ @0o"o. oo**** **** --.*-* .@-**@.
S." ward appearance and ,tructurul beauty ,ian.vton, o
'-from one another. There are no nonoto- p)hoe systemic. .MIiss l.(I om ic ,l ,Ioin V ii.tll.,n <.n, i Mm, Nurrs. L"ura o o*******ee*n**eo* e***.*o** Oe*e*** e*$4
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings doll, also of ,ava na, is mi chrg o lluiiiiis.-n. Springtield, Tlnn ; J W { IP H R I I I
i 1 ibut the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated ,,he ,ighit service. Mr. Merit con- (-ilnl, Wat,, to,, i, N. ., e ,., I II- 1. C/ I 1 LLlV1.
toJ a ka-iooi chage .hi .. k -p tcnw plates making sO1Ivt lii )l,,FTa sith~m .Nev' ,rk. I) \YTON\ FI()Ri)I)\ I). R. STI!
Sthe mind wondering "What n-xt':"pov m nt I : .l..... "t -, i ....... -o a' m" "a o"l "' '
Streets a Pavements the Most and B t. l ferfutu ie, in lite \\;'0 v f ; ,i t T ] |'up) ga\v atn (enit"rtainnitnt *un % ,Modern Improvements. \, hitu Help. Northern
i n iiht, ai' Mr. eyes nd M-iom : Trms $n(X) ad upt rdn Wekly ,

Smrable, the most picturesque natural beach, near A titommiothil Club 11 >usc, Atpa: of t' t -::ti:ive u't'As Iare on a

n^^ ^ R !;IE^ S ^ ^ I^ ot revaled but that sucli is a fact I 0 1. E. Fitz/.gerald. i f *E@i EEOEOEU0EOUUSE0EE0EOEE@UOU


wIN um It*mieode at a -ost or
$150,0410
r hems~feus avid
u withbath bI" tnd Cold RumagA ater Md Log
L-= Leamt and d i lstaa*e Phansc h0 MNRoms'.
W- is*veryroom. tol i o01 I.t- witwith Hat i
u u deSIC ct cor ve i S tite
Om C1 ~rc I Itni (Iim itat I pwttrds
NOR. us'' 814 1" ()1 1, ()i t mostuniqu" tAiImig Rorbons
U.,spIa n f lt- In the CEe I,, t11tr y our ft tmious Indimn
(t' !%e- oted ior ?r4r jIc ud 'Cuisinue
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observer. VWith such lavitsi wealth o1
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 thi' big :
picture.
Man did all this in the laying out c,f
the streets with their w iit,' margins ofl
parkage, the entire city ,beCtnces ai
great park
And as for pavements, pavImenints 1
that look and act like granite,- her''
else between the eastern and western
seas are so nmanv miles in plroplortion to
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of I
place report- more trd better, I aytonai
throws down the gauntlet to thti world.


Squirrels. lowers. Birds and iruits.
hate-ver one's shortcomings mid
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no seconds. For s;ale a:t the Atlanti
Mtor Car(' Co. and central l Garage
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Afloat on Hot Air.
IMenilers of theli h U f. j' I :r-'- '.: ,
tl\ '-s ar f 11;I! of [i, i':" l';;i ;t :
lOrldl style of sl'ie-h ;:1,i t>',l !v a h I '
tall colugre.ss.inaii N\\\\1 ii\;'!i.i l ,l ,:
tril'utes t itu lh "'hol.t ;ii'1" a '\ 1'1 :1.
In %x hilc hhe .nayv lp;rtti 'll:tl'
SiIl oliet' 'c;a s ll ll ;,1 : ,c. 'i.i i !'I
lh-stoloii v nitunred l, ;ir lii- % \ i- ,, -
tlow'hilng a n U nal lal ;:'wt Iiilt w.r A '1.-
cratithn. wh vhen he drw' th,' f-'.:' \, ii
rlliba l oilscrvatien fr-' ;i a.' a 'i I '*:- :"
"'tur able aimd dl\ ," I';. 'n"-u ft'i' ,lW
ht:its uidltertaken to i 're-w'itt I-s \ li.\--
upon this itul'stlnii. in this hi' re
mindls ue of In I)eautifiul swai irle:! ;t
Ing the sea wlli t:rrchil neck :mi l
hrlvr oit i=iro., c f, a rltc'h fthe ,i>> i t 11i


1li* !r~ '!it arrivals at Itc' [Pala.ii,'ttL,
.'', Mi. hid1l Mts. C 1. I nderwood,
1 .. '~hitl.l, N. ,1.: Mrs. F1. M. Long andi
Ioi iLhtt r, Troy, l'a.; Mr. F. E. MNlackit:
ta p., C tinnt:mait ( ).; Mr. A. 11. Crist anrt
I Mi- N.ir ,n t' tirist, ('oopersto\\n, N. Y
M:-. t;. I.. \\V li(,x. ('latvill,. N. Y.; Mr
Sitl M\.,. C'. \V. ('airll, Trenton. N .1 ; .J
I. ( "irix anld M. '1' (,roinin, Bayonn', N
J.. LI 1). Clirk and wife, Altoona, Pa ;
Mrs. '1'. It\\ oolsey and Miss Eleanoir
\\ (,il-.iy, J:ks nmiville, Fla ; F. Stradin-
:i;iller aid party, Boston, Mass.; Mr.
S1il Mrs. (; I. Damnin and Mrs. May
l)atin.. l e,,nrimister, Mass.; E E. VaIn-
I)yin!t' 'tintl \\if(, ''roy, PaI ; Mr. and Mrs
I. Nicti,hls, B ,ton, Mass. ; Mr. and M's
t 'o. I('lraftltrd ,u ilI family, N. Y.; NIr.
ii 1 Mrs C'. \V. Many, Brooklvn, N. Y.;
Mr. !i' ul r F ll.l,.r. Newark, N. J.: Mr
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The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
SVery Highest (irade,
SiI'l 1,-i, ... r.L I ati-fy'ing the inist I)articular people.



THE PALMETTO
W W'Ell. KNOWN AND POPULAR. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
0 Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River.
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C. 0. ) ('i AMB I IN. iropritor.
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THE WITCH'S CURSE.
A Sucdkort Lemed of Colonial Days
In Maine
Cloe by the road on the outskirts of
the old seaport town of Bucksport. on
the Penobecot river, is a small family
cemetery. 'Within Its Iclosure sleep
the Bocks, the blue b(looded folk who
Armt settled the town and bequeathed
It their name and a legend.
The largest and mcst conspicuous
mowmnment in the cemstery is a tall
granite sbaft, which s ;a plain sight of
the highway. On aoo 9e is the in-
erilption: "CoL Jom BDuck, the Founder
of Buckaport, A. D. 1762 Born in
Haverhill, Mass. 17A Died March 18.
1795."
On the other side Is be single word
"Buck," and also something not
wrought by the marble worker. On
the smooth surface of the ledestaf Is
a curious outline, whi(h can be easily
imagined to be a foot of normal size.
Thie people who my that it is a foot
believe in the legend which has oft
been tvld In Bucksport
The story Is that ('Coloncel Jonathan
Buck was a very hartb man and the
leadin- spirit in his day and genera-
tiou. lie was the highest in civil au-
thority. and his word was law In the
CoDYiuxity in whkh he resided. He
was an out and out Puritan. and to
him witchcraft was the Incarnation of
blasphemy. Thus. so the story goes.
when a certain woman was accused of
wit heraft. at the firit clamorings of
the lipulace Colonel Luck ordered that
she IKt imprisoned, and later she was
sentenced to be executed as a witch.
The execution day came, and the
woman went to the gallows, cursing
her judge with such terrible words
that the people shuddered, but the
magistrate stood unmoved. All was
ready, and the hangman was about to
perform his duty. vihen the woman
turned to Colonel Blick. and, raisigig
one hand toward hes'en. she said:
"'JuMathan Buck. listen to these
words., the last my tongue shall utter.
It is the spirit of tb.h only living God
whii.h lids me speak to you. You will
.. die. and over you r grave they will
erect a tsone. that all may know the
spt I, et-re your lon(s lie and crumble
to iu;
'*Ij"ln that stone the imprint of my
ft,, sltIall appear, and for all time. aft-
er viur a(-curred rnce has vanisbhedL
fr..m the face of tte earth, will the
li-',le from far anm near know that
3 ,iJ lilrilered a won an."
S!he 0#,i) turned to her executioners.
almd a!ither act transpired to make a
pirt 4if American 'olonial history. The
'" Ii (ih curse" had ben almost forgot-
it :1 un:il the monument was erected to
ll, fuwider otf Ilucksp<.rt.
It hId le"n in ,osIttion hardly a
nu 'b when a faint outline was discov-
r,,l < I it. It grew iiore and more dis-
lii. 't. Until some person made the dis-
(c.*.ry that It wasM he outline of a
f,'t The old liegen T'bey said that tie "witch's curse"
lh.i.l I'en fulfilled An attempt was
!i:te to remove the stain, but every
eiTrt ,ir!y tended to make it plainer.
The ilprint of the foot Is there today
as li.1in as ever. Amateur photogra-
phvr linave taken litures of it. and a i
visit to the Buck cemetery to see t'.. i
"witch's foot" Is onc of the pastimes 2
every summer visitrr to the Drettr lit- i


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WEEK OF MARCH 1st.
SVA. DEVILLE.

S-S^ y/ Miss Ethel Talbot,
So.brette.
Singing and Dancing.

be it is a otwoMiss Ruth Jester
ow a og wb eaaive am is ate
we knowlde. Every Will Sing Illustrated Songs.
kr' SO bw ac't get any Ml. J.-,ter's Orch-estra will open h.r-n
i" she am kwwtu-nlIrht. Ms.ch hi.
Jin due mK t Re knowledge.
LT 1A N "'" Motion Pictures Change Every
bsh-Safford Piano Contest. Night.
NUMBER ONE BILL IlS WEEK.

rI E PARK VERY I KOSPEIOUS., Dro:) in and see it.
Adults 15 cents. Children 10c.
i a at 1-IWOOa IPtr AT 7M0 P. M.
i ('ontinued from First Page., Regular Matinee Saturday 3 p. m.
i is (ne of the beauty spots of the .Park.
SThe old Hasty homestead with its BOWLING ALLEY.
Wealth of fruits surrounding it is a dis-
tinguished looking place and the writer Th,- ,,mo popular
had the privilege of a brief visit with Indoor gnuie for
Mrs. Hasty, who has been quite ill for
seme time. Despite bodily suffering her lDIES AND GENTLEMEN.
mind is astute and her spirits as buoy- .I A GNL N.
i ant as those of us ia the full enjoyment Aft.rnmoon aindl -vening.
of health.
The city editor esteemed it a great NO. 14. BEACH STRXET.
privilege to look in upon these friends of
other years and to note the spirit of
progress and their evident prosperity. ....... .. ..........
SCaptain Ellison lamented that hie could 4
no)t take care of the many who are seek- j A T e4
Siig admission to his hustelhy.
Five handsome Daytona launches and O LOC L IILHE S
yachts passed the Park Sunday toward *
noon. It is safe to say that half the ** "...**
boats seen at Ponce Park are Daytona FoR S..E--A nice cottage, home
Boats and fully 90 per cent of the auto- place on 1 irit avenue, must be sold i
mobiles and carriages are from this city. at once, at a sacrifice if neceessary.l
Apply to Bingham & Thompson, 92.
A Hindrance. Beach street. 77 4t j
lSuturl,ninle Y.u :I,. L:A i',i hour The Vet Cave cigar factory on
late this e s.ni IAt,.n ,f r srvei eh Nrth rBealh street has received &;
m:a'an. The s .x'~i tovelo!"W I
have to wear Inside my tron-isers .legs Loat of green paint, giving it a very,
on account of the dogs \ou keel, uln- attractive appearance.
this street hamper myv muovemnents. i i.
...ithis street hamTeri mrveent.. A couple, no children, can secure
a'a.'---hcg, Triune. I board in private family, large beach
Why She Held on to It. cottage. Box 114. Seabreeze. 77-2t:
Mrs. Willfu!-Mv husband tol me If Everett illaume is confined to
I didn't like the brhx v.,ud exchange hi verett Wllaume i confined to
It for me. .leweler-Certainly. madamn his home on North Beach street by
I'l be only to) glad. as four different a full fledged case of the measles
ladles of your set want It. 1r Rawlings is attending him
Charlton Wilder is ill at his home
Rare Indeed, at l)aytona Beach with the same(
fHow rarely ,lo these three things tr,-uble.


meet-a man U ho "ants something. Is
fitted for it aud any great numnler of
persons who think he ojght to have It'
-Exchange.
Crushed.
Stonebroke--Io you think your fa-
ther would obJet t to my marrying
you? Heiress-I don't know If he's
anything like me he would.
Parents and turkeys are awa, s
treated well before Christnas.-AtcIl-
son (;lobe.


SPE(IALTIES OF THE


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March 13th.


REAL ESTATE
BARGAINS


'GATOR THEATRE


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High Class Vaudevill
Motion Pictures
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New Pictures
The rily kind ladies and
appreciate.


Complete chan


Program


This Weelk


Matie-~-'~~IIMISI -.rl~lav-4and


I I oor o.en at 7:im p. i.
IlY~il Uoil' the
IA RIMERAES I Billiards and Pool.
Fruit of the
Fritofe. Orape Fruit and
noet.- Tangerines...... CIGARS AND TOBACCO
--clean and bright-no -aal- or ru-t. .arCest Stock. greatest Number Brands.
BOV TRD EA tLtr~e~t Stuck. Greatest N.-ber Br- BOnX I TRADEn tohppin. Cigars to please anyone
Pri.~R. n I p *Af-C SOurF" BeACH
UT H. MUNROE P. LADAS, smTRBeE.
GROWER AND SHIPPER
1,6 S. RI)GOEWOOO AVE.-Daytoena. Fla.. Fruits. Candies, etc.


--- ---W\ -- Young lady to fold
I' ,O DA\ 1 = books. 1)sborn's Quick Print Shop
K O D K .,)hn Malev and Earl Williamson
Svf"t ,,i efd a .aill down to Eldora yes-
j.r NISrHINi i v. I- .' ,ite a tiect sailed down
==F 1 INISHINO^U tfh. nver vtstirday.
1 M.,s (' M I', r 1 ,rrr, vh\., has been
-- 'T i. n z ga crrse animong the Flor-
BYT O-DATE ETHOD,1 i K 't- i Mr iand Mrs. F. F
IV OP.TO.DATE HETNO0JS, ,,..
I1': :: .,:,. rt r:-,lr ele h liorie Saturday.
All Prints Made on T %,, c. ri me. Neslit and
t w 1''- l '' I f r>'.t tiier. NSfshit and
Velox. o'"wi,-v namues, were bef.,re Ma_, o
x h. xV. ';re nt t:.in inrrning charged
I.ET T'S SIHOW Y IIO t" 2WIh W .rrnnes Th-.v put ui
TO OBTAIN "Til: lU1.ST 11 h'1 ,- ,anl '.ss. "
RESULTS FP, )M ,tIN f .- -p .
KODAK. 1 0 4"1 panion.
]kUi]'A \." \ i i ... l ,lltl 11''lp;Il~ l
S*..,:..!* r l ,ivkeeper vby iniddlie-
EASTMAN FILMS. .i ,' tIe ,mian f'n rn the north
l $ ft-re ..:x.- ,anwd MNrs F'lagg,
EVERYTHING FOR Till I< *) NvO-,i ,'r,,.ia'h r
DAKER ALWAYS IN ,T[UK. B -
. .. .Ms. A. L., b and sister. Mrs. B.
[;d A !* 1 I.,Lf.c, arrived Saturday from Chi-
Shll nIPr \ Arht the farmers daugh-
S0Gardiner's rt I .; 'i- I-eh, wli, has hen rim-
l i,',.." i-; Mr .t,,l Mrs F 1. Spring,
r f,,! I vv I..ci. ar, n 'v iut.,ts f ,me
> ~Sol~C re. hri
t FPIton's Power of Thought.
..... I -: --, .-*-se-.set to a remark-
... ... d,:'rt tL,. [,,wer of concentrated
V..- t-,, uI:ht e l s'udietd French. Italian
r'l ;,r- an" d a, -iulred a p oi in
-Saratoga Inn (Gara ge cars, t ..e ... I"'pr t~ l n
a o. .. 1, t!ce languages. higher
S i-, ...Wl.c .h a n""hy 4 chemistry and
assenger WeI,.h an' f. .ir-,:-,..:, r r.,r-i,.- sv.a. :C,- demanded his atten-
Ilmore for charter, hTnr i ? ,ri i, :t; h ;,r, .zr s*l in s,'ientfic re-
ates reas<,na 1ie. f ,.A'. h er:ury


WATED -To join another in ship-.
ping automobiles in same car to De-
troit, Mich ,,r other nearby points. *
-7-t \V. B Hatch, Seabreeze.
The local item elsewhere in this
im's,,e in regard to J R. Merritt he-,
iug ins-talledI as assistant mrnanager
Of The telephone system here is an !
error, as Mr. Merritt has nothin 'b3
whatever to do with the MA\A<,E- P
.MENT of the East Florida Telephone E
Company. R


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le ad inabbld horns of 14 rooms; moders tI=- *IHDL u
V__S1Q and Tw~acam pop y. on Hallfax DU
AvemoWarw the AugoobI Be Club houm'e.IGarror me
For sale as abr~pin ou easy terms. ma Add1 t
T. K. IFnu&EaALD. aetU
Tears egO I cast MY
Daily. iOW ND.OUT R3So". ft",~

children. ho
ogher good frilows on temte.- kviv 1W. Y houw: double ee5uft .
selghhbar s hvv or Mirsolne ve-ry pkit-aatand ~ernwbde" e5ho
Cottage [Ate at pues that har" not dis- e~ r r.Wr
counted The milliemismn. roads uwitb omo a"
tE m as co u rt; @A o oo
ge ASI S bolh furlsbowl COM- pletely rurfilks.4.

tons: am, cottage ;7rooms. tho other 4 a. h -
maidall otheroeeSiniEO0es. Pric.. -95 ftrw
bulk a" a Map at that.- I I YOU au's lAte
ested mmd dedre go look as9the PeoVdvly. CATA
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containing 23 well furnished roomsanl d .,
bath, surrounded by 3 acres of full bearing onrange m&
trees, together with all necessary out-houses and impro m

facing the Halifax, is for sale on terms to sit


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