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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 5, 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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Volume ID: VID00333
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mmy be a rowing
of te Comamon

#e the dosing of
ll Orsad'view over
S -ea be a m erect a

imfe mad cement
e the aurvel of the

#ll mm to bid at his
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4 m mu --'water
atlb he furniahing.
M!s A am Pof the
m n. -mn to be
a rmpie drawn
it's worth re-

'bum the friends of
usrndct property
A-emra d surrender
*sm -m beach on
bind"m ihom of the
CImIsa, uet with
Um" sa"d opposition
S Te property own-
I hathey be denied the
p ad enjoyed by
mUsIPor sojourns in
d 40kaf sowm to the
u40be hdm iup one
eu p of evrey other
i W 1W s--d it in a gen-
la-a r.f Ub r~ businemms on
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McComnelU, W. J. Gamble, Maie 8.
Kelley, J. B. ,ha; L G. MeNut.
Fraak K. Stone,la&a F. Kecheiparmer
AGAINST CLOSING STREET
G W. Welk, T. F. CordhL M. R.
Knowlton Mmr F. N. BuIgma, Ada
W. Powers, Mrs. H. A. Bernard, M. 8
8. Jooes. RI T. EtuUer. Johoson & Oray
A. Rovogti, Mrs. Murphy.



LARGE IOTE


FOR PIANO.
a: 1t a U
The last count in the Bush & Safforti
piano contest, shbcws an extremely large'
votl. Tie Dayona higb school cait
ov' r S.'o00 .un gii iir. the II; I. 'E ilAs a gain of oveti
85,0W0 oni l- r. .,t rn Star. Miss Mar%
Gill.- pa- < Miss Al(Cann.
O'a-i<2e oi L;*1a.to;ni a mighty close
fii-h f.,r zctLuaJL ,lace looks certain,
with ir Ie Seabreeze high school and the,
Kiziu.t-on school g ving a neck and neck frt
exhai;ition. Howtver it is not probable R;
that either contetant will be able toivRUISE


disturb the Wilmai's opera house that
now so confidently holds the first place i
position.
Miss Ruby Spnulding passes Miss
Alice Daugherty, tut no other changes
were noticeable
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r KIN(iSTON I

KINGSTON, Much 5.-Mr. Turner
has leased space :n the Main street ;
front of his lot on corner Ridge-
wood and Mdn, to las. Gainey, who is
erecting a small boise for meat market.
Miss Callle Saffell of Knoxville, It


O o .e E r .d- S. Hook of Auburn, N. H. and J. Fitz-,
m between four and gerald of Boston, a&i guestsof the "Fern- *
tL pmodollarsio anth dalee" took in the cown-river' excurkionn
ai$) llf~ml proposition thy
Snos coming' their ocean to Ponce Park and iCew Smyrna a few
days since, and were delighted with the
L ;beautiful scenery cf the Halifax river
l --a cimeolating the p!ti-I and the Quaint old towns.
from the resdentIon Mrs C. B. Burns and family, who
im i it i understood that have occupied roorrs at Mis. Chaffer's
iL -- petition to the i for the pa two months, left Thursday


pI O ~N r i ay stl mreetLni

p 6* be fair to both sides
t -pa- oa each petition.
V0lhM bed. It will be noted
l e designed both peti-
Sthere is no hard feel


COsLING STREET
t Co., H.FG Wilson.
A. I. 1Miller, J. B
I J Lilly, C. E. Johns-
_V i. A. T. S8imms, C. M.
k s*,tim, 8. H. Gorve. J.
jp. J, Erpoter. C. P. Stuart.
$1% V. C. Cannons, W. H.
,Sa.admll, G. E Terwillig r,
.L. & P. Leland. F. G.
t13 D atha, A. W. Fleming.
H. Brigbam, M. L.
F gman E. F. Britton.
P. R. Ridgeway, G. L..
Oyama. E. D. I.an-
Obirn, J. G. Brown.
A T. Bigeliow. Julia F.
1. OGarri(so, Mrs. P. A
SA J Iaeatt, Frank W.
-Lk Woodward, SaraJh 1t


WE'VEE HAD A CORKING TIME!"


TO


ROCKLEDGE.


"a"R RV TIO

and Mrs. Asa Paine, Mr. and Mrs. Those. REVOLUTIONl
H White, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koch and -- -
Mr. and Mrs. W\. E. Blodcett, ho went Ancient Wine Set In \Valnut
down the river last Tuesday aboard Mr.
Blodgetts new yacht "Swastika," r-- Wine Chest, Probably -2)
turned to )aytcona Thursday afternoon Years Old.
after a v'cry pleasant trip to Rockledge. i
where they sent Tuesday and W'(cdne-
da nights WAS CAPTURED BY A SVOU I.


l'robablv:ly one of thc lin.w-t Ii(lfi stirlr'.
TELEGRAPH iandi crtainlv l1 oeof t',- 't Il o )""'
rifles ( f "yL ,l~ii.n iir'.rs." isa ; litt ih'(.tl,

AGAIN MISSING. ir$ Z wlt tiCe.t,' i :ai
I rare old relic haIs now be.n in I!,,
P It S 1Carter family nearly 130 years, (.v\r
Owing to the i w since the revolt a- ii) i
troug t N ot hithe ra U saulpposd to have bo rii- pturfi rel 'FN
through tte North the \\et'; i f the ('.r family, a coti
# ,h i rm.y Itn ...i- 1 >T L-i... !t n ( u, k- nri t ht e ( r er f ~il, a dctt. Iolr


the fourth for their omne at lasley, ,Ul ii 1-v.' I" .."..".. Gteneral Anthony \Vayne at tlhe tirme e f
C., to the regret of their many friends in usual telegraphic pit,. -ervicnl o,,f the the evacuation of y lhia.!eIthia t\ tin.
Kingston. Daily New. is again it1i t,,lty. English. One hotiired and ehirty \-a h
Late arrivals at "'terndale" were Mr is a long time for a rclid thi mcty tVri/.',!
and Mrs W. M! Ald-n of Hyannis, Neb Euchre Party. to remain in one famnrily, h:intid (I:\\,
and T. A Roquemoie of Jacksonville. i A mrot dtlihgitful pnrigr sixe eucrc fr'minig one cr.itiln to (:itith'r
The revival ntetirgs at the Kingston party was hl,! "u,+svia (v.iii. at 'l'the It is now thie property ef Mr- (; (;.
M. E. Church, closed on Sunday right,t Lyndhurst, oun S contl :\vi a nite, I)arti.i- Carter, a surviving miihiilr f tli f:i!i,
last, with quite satisfactory results to pat(d in b\y a nh ,blr i f the guests auni ily and whether it will 1,,' bc.l wcattl ,I
the church and community, and we hope invited friends a 'Carter descendant. t;:: i.:it la-t p i-
that much lasting I;ood has been ac- Thcr Vere s, vtn tthiles of players into either hiaails thi ittr \u;s .+,t .11
compished. Bs .and priz(/s for b,,th ladies anwl g( ntle- formed.
C. L. Beer hah mien. The ladiics' ])rizs (v r e won by This ch-t wa I blonlit t) l)i.t',.
Bunch grocery at Da tona Beach. Mrs. M. Ge(isler ,,f New York, Mrs. P. i from irginia. [' Ca tailIs \1( ri :.;ti"
.. ..- Fragins, also) (of New Yo)rk. anrd Mrs. E Virginia settlers :ta:d it 11a: o )', i ,
NM. Hlolnan of '-airview av'iti-tle \ iilI.' from l gnirarti'n t, .; litt 1( 1 t"-',


W. I. Preparing For Races.
W\. (;. 'eebles. Assistant Sup rintend-
cnt of the Western U't ion Telegraph Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.. i"n the city looking
into conditions tio ascertain what th"
needs of the local office may be during
the autoirchile races-. Mr Peebles is
primarily interested I having Daytona
"pull oflf"' the greatest racing event that
ever iapperwd. and lie wants to fit uI)
th lcwcal office in sl ape to properly
handle the big event.


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ite As It Stood Thursday Evening
I Th BUSH & AFFORD PIANO CO,,O ST.
DAYTONA
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1.254,800
889,320


Charles Wolfesbrger of i'rincet(, ii ll.,
John Davis of New York. ;nd J. Step-
kempfer ,f Cl ve.lidtl. (Ohio, (a rit d1 ,)iT
thie prizes fir the irntl':iaet.

Tie ,'aretaktvr tf thl Steck pre)lp
crty, on S. ,i iN ce.,,iil avcnr liasi
(been I)u,\ this .\ (eck gettingg thiings
in shai'e f,,r the' comingg 4f I'1 M.
te'k. (f 1"!ittsilt r=. in a few days.

Modern home on Halifax aven=
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(Car r ter scout. under i(' oI" -n d of,;i l(I .\..i
Ant(liiy Wayne, ( ca;ipturin tht' ,p/i
the British minnde a ,.>tyv il'p:ii]ir turcii,
I'lhllalhlplaia, tihe till 'i Cl.ni'i tx'rown.
It wa- the p i'ic>iity of a Briti-1; W,
ficer, ;atid wasi hto ) i iilit hriuizmht iv'-r
tilled with thc (i'oiri'' \.x il > tI I>( l i 1 ',
that day.
I" walnttlt cas i' !- a1na I;.:LU' :t- .'i-
arc tle lck, hlinit 's ntiL ii.il-. I .+
vase ,oelt'tilta six |i :!rtt I 1 ), -, litr 1 ;1
eitlhcr cin l Ii n the' (- ticr nt'.,- + tin r ,
qtuart b(itth'- are ,ix pint h,,tli, .. E 4 '


ue, Silver teacn, at a rare nar- the-e pinit ,ottlth.. inl a tIr:i :tr I",
gain if sold this month. Bing- tur;rl .i, s and three x ine l:a-M e.
ham & Thompson. All th,.sc bottIes, gin.a- ainl tirtnhIl -
arc ex uiiiitcly dccor;tt-'(i .iril ll d v i .


Mr. anil Mrs A. Illo,,lctt amd son.
who were guies's of the Ivv Liane
Inn. are now at Nassau., \hlere (thev
will spend a 'oipllt' off weeks. return-
ing to 1)avtr,,ti' a ;:in l ,ef,'re p it i.1
north.


of ithe finest In thes-e lay of >l;i :: :; i '!',, -
Pfeaits it is a real j.y tV 1.'.-k iri2 i t n
genuine article wxiii-i' i wi.ti W t i- -
tion is autha.tl ic :n t; is hoped that thi.- ptizi/ '! ,' t !::;; i.
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WESTERN UNION PEOPLE



PREPARING FOR THE lACfS.


TROUBLES DON'T


--FiRyars in New York World.



JURY SAYS


MURDER.

The coronet's jury which has been in-
v\,stig:t ing th, death of W. B Ford.
\ hose body was found in Jack.sonville
onri day last week, yesterday returned a:
*cnriict (,f murder. The deceased was :
h)r(tlvhr-in-law of It. II Lsessne, of thi..
city, i;i:l the latter went to Ja(cksonvillh
upi, r (' civingz word (of Mr. Ford's tra.zic
lea.thi. The onily motive that can he at -
tr!l;uti'(i for the murder is robbery.



INSPECTION OF


COMPANY K.


.\ljitlant-( ;'( i ral .1. ('liffordl R. Foster
lI:o' i--utid ornirs for the inspection of
t( l'otida State 'Troiops. company y K
:ir: lt!c In( adquarters of the Second
lBatt:iliorn. S t,((.(d 1 Marcli '.5, at S:15 p. in.
Inr.p'cct liin will )e conducted for tlie
.tat,- Iv ('y I. \alter 1'. Corl)ett, In-
s;,.i tor (. irarrtl, and for the I'niited(l
ati's i .h% Manjor William I. 1Hancoc'k. of
t!<' ('i.:-t Artillthrv C rps)


Red Men Active.
c-, -,,la Taliw, No,. "21. Imp. 0. I. M ,
i- :a I:lpiilly l.oiwitig organization. At
thi' ir ,-llar iiii'etin, of the Tribe \\d'(l-
,it' s-,x' tii-int >ix catndidlates, J. 1. (;ar-
risi,. C. It. M'. Sheppard, Nevin McChIl-
lmi, H{. ('. Adaiam-, W. A. Pitcher and I.
J. ('rCie. rccciveil the Adoption degree
;anil t o.-.r iirie t(ln more applicants. ie-
l itiy hlc'c('tl to ito itrnbership, awaiting
iiiitiitiia. Ti'hi xill bling the total
iei.tbcir-h;ip ti ;ti;jlut se,.vcnty. Afti'r
th"i ti' i-'rr wi)rk tthi visual -.upj)er w,\;is
i-t\x l iii i the cit,..i )oolt.

S,.-, .\ ji,-( .. Nirtnl of Bri-st'l,)
('n,'a, ; 0 2.-; '-t f tila 'Parkins rn.
aI t ,t i dir .I ,, li v- .iyv, at ( IruI n in .

I- :;i' l'ilr. formierly v (f tIt'
('a \ -.t il I ,ir j h is miO'.' sinigitiig t hIe
i,!:-a t l ii ,I l a'. :. at l e 'a;atu r.


COME SINGLY.


Eight Expert Code

Men On.

Anticipating Demands During


R It It Races Are Making Prepara-
"It never rains but it pours." That tions To Supply Them.
is what the Smallwood family, of Mag-!
nolia avenue, must think. t
A little over a week ago one vyouthful Only two weeks from Tuesday maxt
Sson of Mr. and Mrs. Suiallwood was run and the greatest racing event ever
over by an automobile in front of the, known in the South, if not in the world,
Ridgewood Hotel and the eggs that he will be in progress on the world-famed
wao carrying were smeared far and aide. Daytona Beach. As the time draws
That boy is getting well fast, although near steps are quickened and activity
one leg was lather badly burned by the acceutuates.
muffler. W G Peeblrs, of Jacksonville, Asbt-
Now another Smarllwood b,,y, this >.ne. ant Superintendent of the Westorn
a little older, is c'rrvin,. his ri -!it arm U tnion Telegraph Company, is In the
I n a sling, his troul>W l\,i:.g a broken city, conferring with Daytooiaa who
collar bone as. the res'iit ,f a hird fall are in closest touch with matters per-
whe-n his bicycie hEit ai mud thlt. Tli. tamining to the big automobile and tro-
boy was carrying i.iik inr.tcval of ctgs, plane carnival, and making such prep"-
but it spread o\er C even ; rc.Nrilr sptac,. rati''ns as are deemed necessary to han-
thou;gh not (quiite so thi: k d;l' the news feature which the outside
l)r. Stewart .i t the iri,!r' .,l hilril:,t r w )rid ili d-inaud in detail.
and the I,.y is now g ti',,g about al- After a conference with parties inter-
right, but he says that it yct hmurt- hir:J. estCd locally Mr. Peebles decides that he
even for hliu to tal; will run four Western Union wires out to
Stihe "Press stand" on the beach and that
he will bring eight "code" men-ezperta
|ADYERIISING FOR YOUR wlo transmit such news in a condeased
form--and the various newgathberag
LOST ARTICLES Hgencits represented will be afforded
every facility for supplying their clients
It V with news as fast as it is reeled off-and
that will be a kilometer about every
is a Game Of Chance; All D.- quarter minute!
pends On Thi: Charactcr Of The Western I'ni)n wires will be ca:-
ried to the press stand over the Ea-t
The Finder. Florida Telephone Company's poles, a
It inay be recalled byy the. r v'i-. I f concession granted by the local company.
the daily y News that tli.'re havce I-1ii ;:i Arrangements Imve been made to k-
unusual number of :i'l\'crti-.crent- l:Lt'I.' cate all the press representatives in this
of "lost" articles o(f various kiis. city and th-re is every indication that
city-editor is frequently approacihel at l)aytona will get the biggest advertising
his desk and interr.>:;itd.i Hs to, thl' she ever experienced, and if "Daytona"
probability of the recovery if ain larticie I does't become a household word. espe-
by inserting .-iaill :dverti- i irin t. (l I r- ci;lly in the automobile world, it will be
ing a reward for it. I-turn. through no fault of the pressrepresenta-
It is always expltiined ttihit rcccvery i tiv(cs. It is -xpected- that there will be
of lost articles deppnids ui,i thlie cii:trac- j at l'a..t tiftecn press. representatives, and
ter of the pcr,>n vho, T (ert o l rth' A .sociated 're.-is, the United
There is one class, a larze .la:.-s. no, n,.x- l 'res, ,'ripp-Mica, I-ague, ( tc., co -
pai r reaches and it frcnt':;-i;tly h:li)l)',ns I(ring each hundreds of great dailies, you
they get the lost prizes. 'The Iriniipnics have an idea of what such advertising
of honest are not sujiri,'rltlv il)pr:.sd means. To go down in your [pIckets
Siand pay for this adverti.Ning would cost
upon them them in thliir formative' t,'. -Ii,,.re than the coinbiriedt osts of the wa-
There has bee'n a:l)indl:(nht (.\ i'in,'M, i I t,.rorks, new sc.liool building and street
confirmation cf this concit(l-ioln f l:tt-. l pvitig.
For inst anc A ,geutleini, c>m1,1 t( ';\X f,w A 'ple Ieca.r:ne some hat alarm-
S Nestlle l: : : ,v'r articles which appeared recently
)ailv New.s ollic \i.in.> iiv ;:a:i -1 :n Nw v',,rk and Chicago papers which
vrtised for an alli;tr :i.l (\.lr. -s(.L a doubt about there beingany
newsboys lhad hardlyy c:iiptIl t. I t!..ir iic..' ,n I)aytona Beach this year b(-
rounds before the e.tlit', r '.v:.-- ,a;pj o (,,fcl(' ,i -iroe of a ,ntroversybetwe .n '"Senator' *
lay a boy who tidihicitibrra\fih' Hie1sf21


by a boy who said I!t- s'iw ;i: v)l i : ,ri --, ,,
m an alight fromt hiis li,.< l i:i f:- lt ,f
their Social lH all ,.f L.' ( ',,n.r ,.. it ;tli!
church,, pi k up st1i }I t i 1 ; i \ i;- 'l
and ride awiy" x ithi it.
Such tf i ds i-st, thtii- p:rt. -k' f ti! nn a-
tur-i of a theft, ant l Ist a:ti1.l ,s ,etti:,r
into such haaunds ;Ia,' .rl ',1 tr, ; ,i ,'.1' ,I
()n there othei r h;aril ti if, :r, *i"
who upon titliing a 1,-t riti, v. I *1l< ifi ,t
an aiiveltis'lc t fi t f-i ir t i. t!,y i:,,iv
restore it to) the lig ,htf nl '. :t t .;tli
to see' such wnl\crttise.ii iit i, ; i, .
and adv'irti-ise fir uxr rn
''lie [Daily New-- hi n '.-'r'- Lii
iln re-toring a rai'li;l <,r ,f ;, -
xm any ci as s t!',- :rtlr i ,.: t .
\" r(ng hanlt


rhi I 1 -lori, Ia l'Ka,'tC,,at .\urtomibile Acsio-
'i.itit. miral thr' Automobhile A.ssociation
,,t. Art riv't, the littt'r a corporation
,r.:ifna ',i''--not fo,r their health, cx-
.1i 11i 'iri,-.r the laws of New Jerse'y.
'h' A. A. A cl aim rnany prerogatives
;>',)d :ittirpt to domineer racing events
x i,erthli r ipromted on Florida beach
S 1;s1. I.,iui-i.in: .-h,-ll roads, G;eorgia
. i:v ,il iiv.- ,nr ,tver rlnorthhern course of
it -, i tIlat as time lpaus'ss they de-
ti '-inl inre- arid moni of a rake-off for
tt, :r "-,irti< n"t( ar at last reached a
limit \I''r,' it is tioiight the 'idivvy"
t i-, u.\-t't i- out of |proportion to their
i-v.-.ri if tl.l ir ,miti'ial t.anction.
In ,i ,it r ti, i, :aiway %ith hardly f, i lirn,.'4
:,'l -':-;f'. f.x -r ira c')nI('rcic '>-i ".S'' en;it4'r
\. v it, [. i'i Oo f,,r a sanction in `,i.-
.. :i : i ,l ;,,i. % e tcr',thing ii lw. )ly.


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T"7 01"mtoderat Aitt's. (Granrd Lcwztt ion. Adjolim Famnous "Poln-
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l Syto's fleunP e O c e.ah water from the thousand flowing wells. SMWw IN5N
SOne of D-tona cronig glo It is a continuous show with constantly Th P.. eo
Oe of Dayton crowning glories is.iorg
Usher incomparable beach. No one who shifting scene. You will probably catch
i ever set foot upon its smooth, packed the spirit and when you do the roads Among the new guests to arrive at
sands;" no one who ever ,dl a bi. and the beach arc yours The Florida the Prince George yesterday were: Mr.
cycle over its expanse; no one who ever sunshine is free, the balmy ocean and Mrs. Clarence P. Smith, Newark,
0: cycle ov"er its expanse; no one who ever.. ...
Drove a prancing pair of horses and list breezes are free, the birds and squirrel N. J ; Miss Gilliland, Miss Ingram,
-_ed to the popping of their steel shoe. and flower are free, the sparkling Hartford, Conn.; Miss Lena Gilliland
Supon its asphaltumlike face; no one fountain water is free and you will have Plattsburg, Conn.; F. L. Linden and son
,;fuponhits aspnaitum-nike face; DO One f- ,.t..
1 who ever steered a high-power automo- to go down in your wallet only for coin Chcago.
Sbile down the broad stretch of wave- for the auto and bed and board.
, washed and surf-packed sand but real- This is no fanciful picture; it's all The Despland.
ied that it is a world-beater, a world- here. It is drawing other thousands following new arrivals registered
0 ,The following new arrivals registered
Wonder. Go stand upon this wide and holding them enthralled, it will Thursday at The Despland: D. R
1` on Thursday a tThe i.espland: D. tR
speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and hold you. Come and see. Brown, Addison, Ky.; H. C. Brook.
Sby in joyous mood, and answer whether Fairmont W. Va.; Geo. T. Parrott.
this is not one of the seven modern euem*m*m ***u*u***m*m E l
wonders .*111 Elizabeth. N. J.; Ferd Nordman. Nev.
wonders. S Smyrna; II. Schuman, Germantown,
The Placid. Pellucid Halifax River. 0 1 | Ill.I MrF. Frederick Lundenheimer, Mar-
Where think you is water with more t r I c shall Halstead, Cincinnati; Mr. and Mrs.
picturesque surroundings? Nearly a Jas. Cassidy, Rockaway, I.. I.
mile wide, fringed with tropical vegta IK llda h n == =
0 a lKoda~lk Shop, 0
ion, artistic cottages aith roomy ve-U a S -
randa's looking out upon her bosom, We are not Portrait Artists, nor0 Schmidt's Hotel.
Sgamey food fishes in countless number are we Art Dealers but 10 years Schmidt's Hotel yes-
beckoning, as it wure, to those with rod 0 of close attention to theI KOI)AK- trdav were J J Arnold Baltimore;
and reel; her bosom flecked vith duck ElS needs has won for us the H. Walker Chicago; Chas. A. Chafee
and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, enviable reputation of b.ing and Ca M Sam Middletown Con.;
which sit about as if for the sport of FF .. .... FSideon-o- nn ;
bobbing upon her waves; watch that I IIKM LEI. A SIIi i -,elling, New Orleans. t
Io. lIRT- i LA l Te troupe of children from the Ac-
lubberly old %lhite headed p, lican pc,-'h i ... 1111I* .+ .
..bb. od. c, p I Anyone deiring good woik and tor. tChitld l.,"aguegavean entertainment
:1 fat nnilet, artd that fit i h awk .t: -g-; o
aiat upward itha ,dig ;-- strict attention paid to thfir or- at Schmiidts Hotel last evening; after
-ling upward with his floundering load ; 1 1
: ders for Developing and P rinting. lhinrih ai c(llei. tion was taken tup.
he snatchdl from the water. |I .... 0.t....,t S. S .) i
.... ..... ... O willgetitatl.EStSNES KID()I)AK 9
See the beautiful launches, spick and J e-
i i" ..-ALt th dilly ,' I l n ton l "
span, their hampers and lockers bulging PL the oly shop in town" T .n .
S0 ... .. athatia ikos the KIodak \ork a he Bennett.
with refreshments bOt i solid an liquid 0
ready for a cruise upon her beautiful U1' ; 1 ,., lEcent arriva s at The Benniett ate:
I All work finished in 24I hours, -10.. It.fl loton and wife, Mr. anid Mrs. Je-
sulface Take out ifn saour field gla.rs. ou'o i i' f H,,ot !, w";
sweep the river from Ormnoud bridge to 'f(nlw11 II. Smith, Toledo, 0 ; Mr and Mrs.
Ponce Park light house, then sayO 3.Va f I i X'n liouten, Williard B Van
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of 11 ou1 Jr New York; Mrs C E. Hitt,
beauty and a joy forever, und one of nR H Ill LLS I ilL U 1i.; s J. E. lHitt, Dillen, N. I'.; Mrs. J. F.
the modern wonders. ... Saiutz. Miss K. L. Saity, Pittsburg, Pa ;
is Eastman Kodak Dealer, Davi.son. Mi s Adelaide Davison
Tbhe Enchantingly Picturesque Rldgewood. .... .. .... .. .
:. NA %.1. 11 tl',. li.'ai l" bI ufl nlo N 'N .; \\W alter 1, Nl(tz(-l, N ew -
Ridgewood avenue L: upon the crest I f : ,M N .
0 i DAYTONA. FLORIDA. 1()tt, KY.; Mr.. D). N. Fritts, Chicago;
a broad ridge, straight :s the crow flies, .. S ipherd, is Irene Shepherd.
ant d the w ide-spreadin g b ranches' of the im o s s o m eV N COe ee "Ik es ,l Ie:. ": r e, Pa.
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
giant armin across this magnificent vi-ta, ----
forming an arch, aind from these, txtenld- T- me ____
ed arms great festoons of Slpauinh ixoss L The "id"ewood.
sway as thle tri-.de inds froin tropic sea. The nw arrivals of Tlirsday at Tlie
fan them. looking straight ahelicad down i d I', hIlgew,,od weic: Mr. and Mrs. Penros
this 'Ahite shell street one has thle imi- i UF /[ )bihl''oa Philhladelplihia; Mrs. (Coleman,
pression of a fairy path with elIfi'ih dra- N I i/ Mi-s tColtman, lutintsvilhc, Ala ; Mrs B
peries, but as you move along and cast I). brown. New York; Mrs. G. E. New-
an eve first to the right and then to thle t -- i i. Pa,\ tucket. I I ; It. K Bainr.-s, A
left you see distinguished cottage holnei,'s Sall. Macon, (;a.
in the most delightful settings. Mrs. A Sullivan. "I- 1>',' : i l Sorit!iing eiilirviy iwv. a it illittarv
a om. visiting hlier son, li. Sti llivan ani w ...... h.. ide
Iiurps $ssing Beauty) ot Our Cottage Homes. "r .g "' 'e n a hdge-
l faliliV% onl First ai \ iille sin 'e `'at 1(l "A.~t veniiigip. rrogre.:-'e cu'hre I


No one of Daytoina's attractions, per-
haps commands moire, nearly universal
attention and praise than des tte artis-
tic cottage. The owners of tlhCSe charm-
ing villas hail from every corner of the
country and they bring thn ir o%'n arthi-


Ii '(iV. rlurtii Id to lher ,ihome t ii
i Starke Thuirsdav afliino.i'li.
\Vanted(, t ()"'D'T< s[,,iik il i ,pir
tics interested in 'ulhilhiag li,!.l :(l
iiavtona or l-ealch. Adiliress II 'tl


tectural plans and build upon themn.and care I aI"t(,r.U Iaily .\ews. it
ah the architecture of one section of the
country differs froni the arc hitecture of rs L. A. Sne ,- of Wort--,,
Mass, arrived Tjnr l-s a wl is \viil
another so do our homes differ in out- o, ,i f o- ,
-- ,, M. 1.01. l lm inall and lUltlliv il ) F; IIr-
ward appearance and structural beauty lanv is a I-
areno iewv avenue. Mr's. Sh1inev is a [lw-
from one another. There are no ionoto- r o 1
.. .. = sonal friend ,if M\r. aII,] .M rs 11,,l
nous rows of strikigvly similar buildings m and their next dor n-i
but the eve, as it ,sweeps y', is treated a .t o.
at their W(i-rt',est(r hli Ie.
to ai kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What next?'' I )esiralle b)ihiIiiin, l ., ... lth ach, near Auito n l Streets and Pavemermts the Most anld Best. I .e1
Wh I'r sale at attra.livf tCrII'.. \. I l'I'
W hy the Architect of thle 'nivi erse f T. *I'. F it .(>rattiI if
chose to give to Daytona tiie most ad-
minrable, the nimost picturtsqiue natural Mrs. A. II. Schnl'ilt :andii litl,
setting of all thp cities of the South i-I laughter, )wDoro dliv .Marie. ;iO.1 -
not revealed but that such is ia fact pantietd Mrs. SIcinildt' plarelt lts. MI
must be apparent to the1 most. sutierifiial and Mrs. .luliuis Minck, and M]Ir
observer. With such lavish wealth of and Mrs. II. (1,. liCihk and Mli-
natural beauty it became an easy things Kring olt a trip to Miami, tIcaviii,
for thle hand of man to give the little here M lnayv ;illein1' .i. "1,.J j' a.
finishing touclies liich have brought will visit l 'alm li. ,l ('It li1 it r.
out the cclnrs and outlines of tht. ibig ltrn and l exp( et t. I itCnI l;i<:.
picture. ali;tiil )by Suniday. ( ,; iI > l. iiit.
Man d.id all O.s in the lavyinl oWt oif i- ht'nlooaning even i iI.. shlot(,. i t I
.... .. ..- ... tioni flro,)iii iis t' 'i'ii.i, !a i !'


the streets wi ith ti'-ir i n roaiinits' ti
parkage, the entire city hi-.o.ns a
great park
And as for pavinments. paveeniiats
that look and act like granitc,- hlitre
else between the eastern and western
seas are tso many miles in prtiportion to
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of
plahice reports itire and bttir. lPayvtona
thar,,' s (dwn t lie gauntlet to lhe wNo'rl]d.
Squirrels, I lIo ers. Bird_ and Fruits.
W hattf- % t'er neT.I < :-.;I ;t. ( t )iiIlL:- anid
however iailTTr'mnt ot r i c alloiis tilie'
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ti t u s + n e ~x t .s f is n ii. t I l'i lia lli l x' nl',t i
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St. Augustine and His Flower.
St. Augustilie' ,f llii'p ", th.' ,. 'r,
d( 'Ilt Of t litt e IhrI lr \1 l.,11 1 1 '>. lix
falls on Aug.\U '-', 1i i aliv ; J:!,-' ",'
PS'I t at ,-llt : io n q l ii m i r ;-:' tl I e \ ,
(o -':islIt IaI ly i ,*' fti.h'"l I\ i' i li Ii :i i
sake. \ ho in- ilted i I, rl.i-i 1i.-: ;
Y et he is I'd. .i fo, tn nv>. <.. n l .111 It' 1 ,lr l 1",* 1 1,.


1)1 in .' tlhe L;;liCn.
Ies:a l:'ir-l were t:as-tily (he'ura'ei fot
the qwca.-i,'n \ itii flags- a(i paalnis. Aft'i
hlie gane, f(ir wliichi eiihit prizes given,
a (leliihlitfuil bufftt upperr was .-crved in
t lie ti in i -i rti'iir .


Palm B[leach Hotel.


Ti' l, stea:er Co'ristitution arrived in
:ii- i.alnii climie and most of its passen-
t.i' h:ippilv at lioine in hotel 'almi
li :lh whiile swill.' urhrit 1(.ltoss to the
town of \West Pallin Iracthi. iHotel I'alnm
hiahl i is ori lthie' itandli in the resoit
*i,'ptr ai lj iiinig lt Ie It )yaIl l'oinciiaa
witt,'! :itlL i- amtid a tr llical scei-ne o(if
I,' '- iil nd :Llns t he Constitution
Siii!.~t :it llt'l l 'alm1 l lIre t(e' 'i-L1i fr every one to get ;ell
t ten (t alre vf. Dancing athiiight usually
! [)r,,lr \\it luaridlge wtiist usually has
!'., : till *1 i ,,i : tiltI hJI.e r I rines m Ih 'il' t if-
;rl i I !i I );kitoria-l' mlin IBeach bi,'at
lirne'. lit' trip down their jngle anil ilt
i t',,. 4; il11 ii 1 of II n la I- u'l Olly he
i t 'ii l l t iind ri, r hlilt t ,ii rie ;tre oti.'l
I ip- 1- 'tiii/''d 0:1 tl.f pro.grain i f
S' \\ i;:tt t" 't ai'l '' at Ialmtn each'
!tr i- (t .t ir:ti.- lVy thie Ilot l l'alii
i : i t l i t;i niiit nlt '1 here' are (.riw(ls
,If -' ;it 1 --t '. ).t l lalii Ieach who will
it !;rii 'i tHitr tI turn ti t l f lithe Coii( ti-
t r .01 % I-it 1 avtni,;*.
What the Duke Meant.
t*,. l'*1i'~' ''f Argvll was
at*l'1 a'-' i :ai t a' a rii '.i In il Ioai
t],l .ni'.!r;t i, !: I n i.. ,i! # th p rezeiit state
,f t l..i.i; A- ,!It \ fri'i'. *I look for-
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HOTEL DESPLAND
Daytona, Florida

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


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


Service Excellent.
Steam Heat.
Booklet.


Bummer Address: ATLANTIC HOUSE, Narraganjett Pier, Rhode Iland.


SFronting on the Electric Lights and
SHalifax River. Modern Improvements



i Schmidt's Hotel
Foruitrly Villa.
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HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors,
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Fine Home Table Delilrhtful
X teaonable Rate. Sunny Roomsa
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NOW OPEN


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Modern and First-class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths.
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THE STILLMAN
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