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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 9, 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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DAYTONA. FlaRm 1f-ITiSDAY., IA'CH
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aSINE SYSTEM ADOPTED.

Fr ral lowing art some of the more salient
Y re features o< the paper:
"As the most of you are new members
~A~Ske Son the Co micil and we ar just entering
upon a new year I feel that It is uppor-
a tune at this time to call your attention
We -MIU Ii Slipshod to a few f lcts which confront you and
LC. TT Give Daytona will require your immediate and careful
attention.
t, APrTftt Says. "I find ;hat the retiring Council has
It 1 left you to assume and provide for an
-overdraft of $954.17; warrants drawn
t last nigt, al ) and unpaid $1,330.68, making an in-i
"h-eltMmd Osborne. A nunt-
Sdebtednesq of $2,284.85. In addition to
ML% asmWa bundrcd dollars.
Sa em dred dollars, this you I ave ordered warrants drawn
Sd a dereId pid as so.n for $125, which, with what you will re-1
t W eve'mbke for same. I
Sf M Zahe forempt -qulire to k,'ep up the running expenses
t mw flows: Offers of the cituntil taxes are due and col-
asw IntAi n ;, A l 1 I h a i a at i n M w,;ill


M llitll 25 eents. two buck-i in o t LuaO v re ""15aIi _wI i__.I
| ll-noa buckets 10 cents amount tc about $1,000. This makel
Ito be emptied twice pr approximittly $3.284 85 which you I,,
shc;uld provide immediately, and I see---
KiT al-ed to Sanitary commit- it, -
ae i nio a cll,.-r c t..:r.e that you can ursue but -
l Teepoe Company. r about $3 000 for sixty days.
S---ig- niu-iidl in the State of 'f1.1. s tsrot anl encouraging condition, ',
||^B Jh|<^< a Ya r franchise, and for ev'r." i,,o'ingC council l for some time, J -, -"
S EWillflne 'phones to the may- an1 it -h',!;:l, not entinue. -
A- 1-it! ."i clAlm that from a ousinesn stand-
FKIb thought the fran- poir.t'o oae Council should spend dur-
lnr too looe and vague; ing iie year more than the city's in-
lOmmid d the present sys- ome for t iat year, except as they pro-
Sand people would be videe for th future payment of thesaame" SPANISH SHIP
ni t the- coioceno asked, i Tie Ma3\or discusses the question of a .
r me as id no mane man deficit, and the reasons for same, and |0P DOWN
il m-t a shamive aas asked, and it suggests r lief measures. The Mayor
i-O tt Ordiabmee Commit-! thinks th(, Council should employ a GOES DOWN
SIlookkeeper whose business it should be j IR
M a fteeir" it was a howl- to keep the city's business tabulated 1
t-h for t oomdclmnen showed and codified in so systematic and con- ,it t' i '.',-.
ia ne mmaltakable lan- densed form as to be able to give the BREST, France, March .--Torpedo
I Council any information at a minute's i boats are scouring the sea today near
VM voted to fix the bond of those' notice of the various financial transac- Cape De ILa Clherve, where the Spanish
fortl aboditg of Ote water tions in wt ich the city figures; of bills ship Nouro struck the roeks last night
atf I .fMu payable, bills receivable--in fact keep and sank. The ship carried a crew of
WBN& MlrO'1---pfi d Aldermen such complete grasp of the situation as fifty men and all are believed to have
i L KlIs k meet with the Pal- to tell then any time just "where they perished.
IM bmdiay, March 10, at 3 are at," to quote t.he boozy Congress- -
AI& I-CriE League" session. man.
lh ekg t owrd improve- The Mavyr recited that the city's bus- 'MPU 1S YE
0t6e pbmildiamg beautifying iness r growing very rapidly, and with
p M t of t he city. the issuance of $50,000 water works
O e reported that be bad bonds $35,000 school bond issue, and INSANITY "
H with General Manager some $15 0" outstanding bonds-sea-
goW&jfaeF.E.C. Ry., and that this wal, etc --ll to be looked after, it is : I
bed pink-o ed that Daytona very important that close tab be kept R f
te gkt attention when they lie closes his communication in this Ian-
B%, llk it'a r- .
1 tlas Cvl Ioo ot depots. Mr. guage N EW YORK, March 9.-At a confer-
lmoarn1id1 thift there is urgent The time has come when the city ence of attorneys for the defense of Cap-
Jlllfill bm and said but for the n,(ed the services. for the greater part tain Peter ilaines today it was decided
int" the extension it should have of hlis time, of a good, competent man not to apply lor a lunacy commission,
LL SaUtMtettion. to ftill a position of this kind. I feel con- and likewise to oppose setting an early
iamtmfnaentt of a City Phtysi(i:nt fideut that if you will adopt this or a date for the trial. They will ask for a
.l Attorney was htild over til similar plan you will be able to con- postponement until Mnty. One ground
aifk eti,. duct the business satisfactorily to the for asking for tlie tostpon)(tment will be
valuation of Davtonr titv and with credit to yourselves." that mateti al witnessess arn otti(.'is in
bI"_L year was approximately President Gove appointed an Ordi- the army, now stationed on tl'e Pacific
iaw vLr it,. ; i 1 5 .i 22.i 'nance Coin : ittet as follows: coast The d.fens-e Nill h'I 'itliilsive


kb t f nearly a quiart

Ie--Br Edumondson reported that li(
S to find where the I. E C.
depots and certain grounds
.1d1I. Unless these are includeni
r roller's returns these prop-
|lB--jct, not only to t:xati<,rm
lll mIe in for a chunk (if i:c(k

-Qr Geae presented some s tatc.-
1B recommendations w hit h
o strike the City Fathers f:iv-
Prtiddent Gove smiled and said
*M in harmony with his (.ci,,iiii--
S vwernment 'but thii- th1
The Mayor's co(l!llll:i-
tetmed to the Finance Co',n-
bo l= fttber consideration. "l-


If. Schmidt,
E. T. Conrad,
G A. KMoek.
council l adjournedd till tonight to set
village and regulate tax books.


SEABREEZE


STOPS WORK.


41At : i niritg of tlh' town untill of
:atr.(c.,' .A, onday evening all work on
the s-tree ts 'xas ordered discontinued


Vote As It Stood Saturday Evening
IN THE BUSH & AFFORD I) PIANO CONTEST.


DAYTON A


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1,312,040
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insanity.'


KILPATRI






TOURIST


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EN BY DOG


Charles E. Youree, of St. Louis. who
hbaa spent the last four winters at The
Surf Crest, Daytona Beach, was bitten


-Rogers in Now York Herald.


EXHAUSTING


THE


FLOW WELLS.


It Is Thought They May Eventu-
ally Become Entirely [-x=


COUNTERFEITED


PASTEBOARDS.
K It
By;l'nited Press.,
NE\W YOKK, March 9.-The police
today arrested three men and a woman
believed to be implicated in a gigantic
swindle in counterfeit subway and ele-
vated train tickets. A press and a big
stock of printed tickets were confiscated.


hausted.

A BLOW O THE EAST C9oASt. QUEEN OF


Following intcre-ti' i,, fo,,rii i',i i-
from the United States G(lt ic.; vey Bulletin:
The ease with which flowin\l v,, 1i a .t,
be obtained bly drilling ini :manyi I,.:tli-
ties along the Eas-t Coa,.-t of 1 'lriia l.:i
caused thefl to ie rcg'irdTd a; -lur,'-
of inexhiau-.tilI. suplJply, andl dc(l driili: i
wells from whlic(h thi' \vattr i- :illk,,'%cdl t
wastc may be seen aft na:uly pli:'" i, tth.-
part of the State. Tlie eflItct i:, 1-
waste of water on the ll)tw af tl'i \wIl-
has recently been studliedl by t til'>- '!
of the IVnited Suitet-s and Fll(ariii:ti g,-,d'-
ical surveys in (cimnectreil with a i<:- .: i.
investigation of thi' groun(hd-water '- :p
plies of the' State. A .iipa;,I t
some wells tli at rr hut ol a t it 1i, .'
in use withll ither- that are :lli\\i ( t,


l ow without regard to waste sia,,w- Ia' -
u 'clin in the hiad 4,. vtalum. af ,.4 V4!
F. D. SPR NG, from the uncapped llls iii r :i '
*e Do SPRING1 years. In localities i'r, 'i vlit '' .
apart the decline lin,. ,a ,.-t i!' :.-' '

of l 'nearly' the ':L i )i't l,:l Ii
PR EI D NT e urill. in tlb, :> f i,. '
It r. a t.%at now llo wi.m i i .i ii v i, .
1 .it pa. o1c( ui lv "1 ;,ip ,.:.. ,. ', :-
The Boa.td ,' f i nl I Trusttes riet yes-
t.rday andl r' ra:i,' .l 'y (.'c( ting .iown by well ,it --, .
I). Spring Pre-'ldhit ,of the laard. The islin N' w S:r:'r t. I ) t I '
Cit oun .d \V. i.denand elsewhere.
City ('o.i o t, a .xperien c. lT. r hi i nde
to the vacant, .v (. ai-c.li Ihy c\tiaati, n of l:xprim il .
tenure of F. \V. CGrii; .1(t ci l,1 I ay- l
the 1litonIide w 1V -. I o irIdi.iii. -.. I
or tyw after (low ij i ,t tI', .; l- i,.i i -.' -
1:-f l ul l du i l' s ,' t :- l i,';- i -
hitPP C'C~f t'h :I' :! I a1
SUCCESSOR tjow. i
Sm aiiy f t l.r0'f' '", i~ i. \ i-. .
tTO K OX jtw. In ('al,.t : ,,l ';',',,,"
nTw be,()' ,]i a f t<1 i1 '' i ',,,= ';. tL

v. t lThe xhliall.'ti, 1 1;. .r ,' a -
P *.P ,', --"1 ''" ters of Florida, i- .t. p. :;,-. r.... -
ient. but it is '.a -v ;' u: i.:-'A i .


THE SEAS.


Y \\" 1(>EHK. March 9-T-he keel of
tihe battleship, Florida, was laid at the
a'(,,klyn Navy Yards today, with
tIIris p)la:yitng and whistles blowing.
N, 'ir A.liniral d ,,odrich presided.
'1'lh I lorida, with heirr sister ship. the
I ':al. will beat all record. for battle
-1ii;- in -i :/( (r l I prospective v trec'tive-
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ARKANSAS


PARALYZED,


1, Iv "trtl t,'l l''r ',- I
I ()l; !. I'F I ( Ark., .M arch '.)--1 h,,
I.,-t r'),irt ftiin Brinkley, Ark., this
r,.h;-.g iidt that euvit p(acrs-ns A'-.re
i.'.:.,. ,ird tlie t, i \ri pra(cti ally left it
I, : I t.\ ;I t,)i, i':L,) w0m hica.h s trhk it hii't

I C, f '., '. i.t I wr, l t. a t r t i .;-
t;i. :-!, a ah'y ;rc thra'itcn',l with r 'rn-
i, t. ',' trnu ti,,n .
.\:1 ",.'itta(';t.tcr:i Ark'rta>u* I' -,,rnil -
-., ', ',. :, o :ta ,ii railroad ps lar-

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THE DRAW


lfIFN nD AW


In The World.


Will Reel Off 125 Miles Per Hor
And Startle AutomobUt


Everywhere.


The latest entries for the Daytona
races include H. J. Kilpatrick who has
reconstructed the great racer formmry
owned by banker E R. Tboas who
got into trouble at Long Bramk for
driving this machine over 100 mile an
hour on the Boulevard.
The car is christened the "Kilpatrick
Red Devil," is painted a fiery red and
it is thought the "Devil" can do 125
miles an hour.
fHe will go after the Sir Thomn De-
war $2,000 trophy and the cash priea.
Hie announces als. that he will make


a fight for the Minneapolis $2,000 trophy
and cash.
Kilpatrick says he will endeavor to
negotiate two miles inside of a minute
and he feels sanguine of doing stunta
the like of which the world has never
before witnessed.
The entry of Lewis Strang waa re-
ceived Saturday. He will drive a pe-
ciallv constructed Buick racer, dihmar
to the one which cleaned up the field at
New Orleans.
Burman is already in Florida and
will be joined by Strang this week, and


in the right leg just below the knee by a
dog on Monday afternoon.
Mr. Youree, accompanied by a friend.
was riding his wheel to this city. coming
over to meet friends who were expected
to arrive on the Constitution from Palm
Beach.
When at a point in front of the Lone
Bay Inn, near the beach end of the Cen-
tral bridge, Mr. Youree's wheel struck
several dogs which were having a party
in the street and one of toe canines
turned on him, biting him in the leg and
making a quite painful although not a
dangerous wound.
Coming on to this side of tihe river Mr
Youree went to the office of l)r. Raw-
lings, on Volusia avenue, where, tht.
wound was cauterized and dre,-ed.


CALVE SANG


TO DR. BULL.


Mada tie Emma Calve was called to so thet fun has already begun} in away.
the bedside of a friend. Dr. Williami T. These early comers will be joined now
Bull, a noted surgeon, of New York day by day, and the beach is expected

The famous prima donna looked long at speedily to be transformed into a scene
what she believed to be the dying man of speeding activity.
and her sympathies were aroused and Wires for additional entry blacks mar
thinking, in order to cheer himi up a pouring in on Promoter Morgan, and
little, began to sing softly and slowly a every day from now till the big event in
few of the popular songs of the day declared on is expected to witnew the
'The patient at once became >an inter- arrival of new machines and greater in-
ested listener and shortly req uested to, terest in the racing carnival.
be propped up among his pillows. The great aroplane races are attract-
He had taken on rnew life, and as inrg attention far and wide. It will be
iMme Calve wutchl'd the eT- .. '- i- the first a roplane race ever seen in the
denly ran off into rag tirn,, ;u.wl oil d..- world. E. Laure Jones, editor of Aero-
tient bzgan to applaud her. iautics, believes that the beach with its
By the time shc ihad fi.ishedl1 h,. wide margins will be just the place to
seemed a changed mania. An hour litter try iot flying machines. A wide, hard
he began taking nouri-li int. surface for starting and a steady breeze
I helps to "take wing," to he is enthusi-
I atic and is helping to advertise this
Sfreatur. ,or the carnival.
|Glenn If. Curtiss, leading American
N H' .1 r,,plane man next to Wright Brothers,
'cHl'ed ac t thle citfice of the Florida beach
AST B AST t"urr:tnrt representative and said he
| | I BL wl Ol U;'hand with one of his ma-
i chline :.
t plt i ('a rl BKitt :, ,f ('hicago, a 20-year-old
Mnlii icne liat ht,> liitlat i, .l ,i.- i,; t "1,1y exe te( d t( l e a formidable rival of
i,,sttA lltnIt t m ,f friii ', r -,,-,,,t r,. f,,r t( ,,. tI ,' \\riL:hts will .tart for Daytona in a


present .ca 'ill an ,l :, i.'l -ri t, a 'iI--
patch s(.nt ,i'lt at 10: l ) a. in. t ai' ,-i
nicnt.it are d(,iai a 1,1, ritv f, r :..t; i'-




s ill I am Eomp:tw:lled to buil '[,


As I am compelled to build my
new hotel elsewhere, I offer my
property located in Seabreeze,
Fla., at bargain prices. See Con-
rad Real Elstate A.ency. r-. L..
Potter. '-2 tf.


f,. (l:as w ith his ;,roplane built en-
tr lv y y himrnelf. Hli machine is strik-
ii;.]l-, like. those of the Wrights except in
.e ritlder. This boy will make his
hr.ttlai jrters on tlie beach and build
hi.,-, if a little flying machine house in
S i, t,, -ttre hi r machine.
I. i Hrraiiri and Horace B. Wild,
,;, ,.f (hi ano,. wVill bring airoplans(.
:tr,,i try f,.r th" trizvs A Mr. Beach,
-,,[n ,f tL,- ( editor af the Scientific Amer-
1 ai, :i-trihing tIhP .wok on an ;ero-
piH-i.( t I.[lrpi to have it ready for the
I ): ', t,,rf t carln i% al.
It v;il la, i -ight worth seeing, all
ri.-,., livnr- in conmipetition with the sea-
irl s. it( rns and cranes in the heavens
:I.iv :Ir,d tl.e great beach-skimming
rii,-tar- i- ,n the l).a( h below.


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IN HIS BIG RED KVIL

First Aeroplane Race


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Ladies Hatters,


Latest Styles, Artistic WorkmanPshipi


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br their c CbmaOk
md Jim~N' Dvs my thew k'i
t~admlal o~m theSomeamd
fined moiag dwime to e-p
with DNylow


L,.7&Iin iink B&idw
&&:gum k* .emid winl be poid
fi-'r %rum o Fry Low 33 &-?

Mr. arA dMm H J- Cauurtand Mr.
C vt.;N w, Mm .. a Zi k
of Erie. Pa.-- sriudMcdaygad we
omkmtabvlocated atzY-D- Spriog s
ca IryvLame- Mr-Cwurtu wbo ma
Promml ral sme aorniy. pn
- wtimn e 1- amwinsaw with mm
Curtm harmag r- with Mr. amd
Mmw Qpri~n& od it 3 Jam like cm-
1-.A ;;;;-. Thw v iii riamain kor

wwzre warzo2 Apprj

S..ea rf.mte_? ci tayiwaa
WaIM v, New SJmvrm s~r
ar tV ; -- zC m r- uvad ine b P-
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If -n 1AT &rT~Ceyfput a
wvue !al r ~ir i LL Ct mar. I mr
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a rnlocnag o~cv-uwRry
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NEW ESIEI NN


E~er'thing Modern.


-.; rf PFat h, nTa nd V -.Fhinzr


HORACE STEWART


SURF CREST


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The' Modern

Seven Wonders


I.. a One of Daytona p crowning glories is
her incomparable beach. No one who
ever set foot upon its smooth, packed
SA ds; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
N cycle over its expanse; no one who ever
SA I drove a prancing pair of horses and list-
eIed to the popping of their steel shoes
OSpa thM e trM SI RIver. u po t it asphaltum-like face; Do ome
^ ''j K IHQUKE PprpriWetor who ever steered a high-power automo.
bil edowg the broad stretch of wave-
N. Rooa Single or E Suite with washed and surf-packed sand but rial-
SFlorida Table of the beet of everything ;sd that It Is a world-befttr, a world-
iit s adable a the service will permit, given on i wOder. Go stead upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
B(Oaia aM coU eetioa with the hotel. Storage by by in joyous mood, and answer whether
Rm. Orasil uaRaemeots will be made with guests this is not one of the seven modern
r wonders.
The Plald, PTolPid Hl",zftl River.
.s mrWhere think you is water with more
.........**a. ........... picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
T 9 M--- .... mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
f L ne M inneap Oliij tieons, artistic cottages with roomy ve.
B i Vo..Venda, LLv sbi^eTre. randa's looking out upon her bosom,
tAi 4a.o t I DA. foooad -t DAY.
(s'.IAL e itar S S iwEE .gamey food fishes In countless numbers
5-LSReventh Btret. VPooe beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
J $. P. SAWIB.LI, Pro. MIAMI, 1. and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
--- *aand coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
Which sit about as if for tht sport of
SFor Comf rt, bobbing upon her waves; watch that
For Pleakl r, lubberlyy old white headed p lican powh
For a Rest, a fat mullet, and that fieh hawk etF g-
TRY gling upward with his floundering load
P rrIet ^D -Land he snatched from the water.
SSee the beautiful launches, spick and
S. ii. BO n olir span, their hampers and lockers bulging
Sropr etor. 1'l the 0 008tof with refreshments both sdMd an i liquid
k 'ACCOMMOOAlN lf'$.0y ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
2 Spei, by y~w surface. Take out your field glass and
Ssweep the river from Ormond bridge to
l .... ..... ..".. a j[Ponce Park light house, then say
l Im whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
S I 1 P ai- l;m 'Beaci beauty and a joy forever, and one of
nral r oatlpr1. Adjoins Famous "Poln- the modem wonders
to e-T-roplcnl pl/e ujr of 8rults and Flowonder
f rather loutb by train or lIoat that comes The rctbtily Picturesque Ridgewood.
Dkiyittona Pulm Btach Boat Liv lands at Hotel
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
"Maw 00-00---= a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
SSL Augustlne, heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
"- N *l VAZ* Florida. O giant arms across this magnificent vista,
STsrtlri. Alt Modern Improvem ents. forming an arch, and from these extend-
,m ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
Accommodations for 300 Guests sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
IWtSAVY. open Jan. 1st to Mav 1st. Wrltt for Illus- fan them. Looking straight ahead down
t5.tratd tooolket.
A- MACOWEiLL, Proprtetors. I this white shell street o ic has the im-
Mls ^m o >liolwsloMa moM oO pression of a fairy path with clfiFli dra-
"Lrt _o o-m-o^_ o-**iomioii iisperies, but as you move along and cast
0 an eye first to thce right and then to the
4 1 left you see distinguished cottage homes
in the most delightful settings.
H m urpassing Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes.
No one of Daytona's attractions, per- t
4_ I haps commands more nearly universal
m m yN^*mo^**o*1 o samoe $ attention and praise than does the artis- C
I-tic cottage. The owners of these charm-
-h---- : ing villas hail from every corner of the
; MERKB INS TI W I II U IIG ON ATFI country and they bring their own archi-
TH HOTEL tectural plans and build upon themn,and t
oo r W Cor. WbashL Ave. a Jack"M- I. a the architecture of one section'of the I
mr CHICA GO country differs from the architecture of t


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Is wbere wotid's 6is rW q1e9.
roke. with evwey eurfrM seBas.


Aut the bIget, the fastest and the
finest area daily parade Ad the big
bsow is as free as the pure artesian
water from the tousand flowing wells.
It is a continuous show with constantly
shifting some. You will probably catch
the spirit sad whenyou do the roads
and the beach are yours. The Florida
sunshine is free, the balmy ocean
breezes are free, the birds and squirrels
and flowers are free, the sparkling
fountaiW water is free and you will have
to go down In your wallet only for coin
fqr the auto and bed and board.
This is no fanciful picture; it's all
here. It is drawing other thousands
and holding them enthralled, It will
charm and hold you. Come and see.


SStrictly

a Kodak Shop.-- j
We are not Portrait Artists, nor
_ are we Art Dealers but 10 years 0
of close attention to the KODAK-
ERS needs has won for us the
* enviable reputation of being

FI RST CLASS FINISHERS.
m Anyone desiring good work and
strict attention paid to their or-
ders for Developing and Printing,
0 will get Itat LESESNE'S KODAK 3
* PLACE, the only shop in town
that makes the Kodak Work a
0 Specialty.
All work finished in 24 hours, 12
0 hours if necessary.


R. H. LESESNE I
a Eastman Kodak Dealer,
S Bectrh ttreet, nnr d&kl Av,'..
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
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W. W. Taylor, president of the
Itockwood Pottery at Cincinnati,
whose ware is celebrated throughout
the cuiitrv, is a guest of the Ivy
Lane Inn. Mr. Taylor is a cousin
f (Col. M. IHuston and Mrs. F. M
Davidson of this city.
-Wanted, to correspond with par
ies interested in building hotel at
Daytona or Beach. Address IHitel
care Daytona Daily News. tf


another so do our homes differ in out- On the Tomoka trip of the steamni
ward appearance and structural beauty Cherokee yesterday, forty -thrte al
"from one another. There are nomonoto- ligators were counted, breaking til
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings record for this season. It was a.i
but the evye., as it sweeps by, is treated ideal day and the saurians were <,oi
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps ia numbers to enjoy a sn hat i
the mind wondering "Whit next?" The Cherokee carried I.etween sixt.
Streets and Pavements the Most and Best. and seventy Jpassengeis.


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Why the Architect of the Universe
chose to give to Daytona the most ad-:
mirable, the most picturesque natural.
setting of all the cities of the South is
not revealed but that such is a fact


.-miKodt-l'h-d at a cost of
$150,000
Hot and C*d Rumnnn Water and Long
itstmce 'PL si all U RM.
50 i Ioo:ts" llk with B th
Mtu I:Jt or ,n Mult R ...,t-.. i l l 1 ',u [ rd, a


[al 11~,. 1' 1e. .
5 34~fl cit ii Ii(,t tiqtft 0jlng Rooms
i 5 i ('4U In r' (wur funsous Indian
9('t' SNot*-d it or K 'rv1ev mi ('uldilslO
McClintck &Rayfield, PRos


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"-Wanted to correspond or nuiei
parties interested in leasing () er.;
House next scRs ,, Grahm n I, mnip-
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must be apparent to the most superficial Mr. and Mrs. (Ctarles I'r)tiva, of
observer. With such lavish wealth of Detroit, Michi, recent arrivals inl tlhe
natural beauty it became an easy thing city, are rooming at (ntford IJea
for the hand of man to give the little con's on Ivy I.ane. 'lcy have visit
finishing touches which have brought, ed California, but this i- their first
out the colors and outlines of the big visit to Florida and Al rs. 'rti;,
picture. says it was a (qulestiol ii.itv, een tih
Man did all this in the leaving out ,f \est and sotli witl t hor t ril,
the streets with their wide margins of withI tle t;ial di l i l or "
F lorida, and so far tliev tre,!iuit.
parkage, the entire city becomes a Florida, a(itl far t t,,V. a t
great park satisfied with their- idoiioit.
great park
And as for pavements, pavements :`Fresh Michelin tir.:, all Iirsta.
that look and act like granite,-where 110 seconds. For sale at the Atlantic
else between th ea stern and western Motor Car Co. and central l (Garag,,'
seas are so many miles in proportion to f1
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of
place reports more and better, l)aytona They Sat Dov.n.
throws down the gauntlet to the world. One ntiht at a th Ieatr s!,Ie .(,en.,r-v
Squirrels. Flowers, Birds and Fruits. t-,k fire. and ta e 'ry p 't'itl ol. <>,,r


Whatever one's shortcomings and


o(, I, UllIiI ti* lll'iit Int- t ii' ta i r .1A
p1nt1 eelnied to lie 1imlncn ot whlie nrTI


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Schmidt's Hotel.
Arrivals at cbhmidt's Hotel yesterday i
were: Mr. and Mrs. 0. Erdman, Mor-i
ristown, N. J.; A. W. Frost, J. C. Plum-i
mer and wife, New York City. J. C.
Meagher, Frances Lord Chamberlain,1
Denver.

The Despland.
Recent arrivals at The Ppeplaid are,:
Mrs. Samuel Hunt, Cincinnati; Mrs.
Char'es S Rogers, Miss Frances Rogers
St. Paul; Mrs. F. W. Danner, Miss Sallie


E. Jones Richmond, Va.; W. A. Ed-
I wards, Atlanta.


The Palmetto.
Recent arrivals at The Palmetto are::
M. L. Saunders, Providence, R. I.; G.
F. Woodley, Boston, Mass.; Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Brill, Overbrook, Pa ; Mr. j
and Mrs. R. H. Bell and family, Lou-
don, Tenn.; Col H. E. Taylor, Brattle-,
boro, Vt.; D. A. Smith and wife, Somei-i
ville, Mass.; M. P. McLaughlin and wife,
Miss J. S. Durgin, Wakefield, Mass. i


The Ridgewood. 4
Chas. A. Leighton, St. Augustine; Mrs.
E. A. Kelley, Mrs. J. M. McKeown.'
Cleveland; Mr and Mrs. J. H. Tilton,;
Laconia, N H.; Daniel H. Reiter, Wm.
A. Arnold, Reading, Pa.; Mrs. A. B.
Fowler, Philadelphia; Miss F. H. Bul-
lard, Buffalo; Frank G. Rim, T. A. Dow-
ling. New York City; R. E. Manors
New Haven, Conn., were the arrivals on
Monday at The Ridgewood.


The Prince George.
Recent arrivals at The rince George:
Mrs. C. R. Lewis and son, St. Louis:
Joe L. Earman, Jacksonville; Mrs. Clay-s
ton, Mrs. Hepson, Atlanta; Quincy A.
Mount, Miss Kate Mount, Mrs. N. W.
Mclearlan, Mrs. S. Chlpwood, Miss C
Pepper, Connersville, Ind ; W. C. Mayer
and wife, Dayton, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. S.
*Stin, Cleveland; John N. Williamson q
and wife, Centerport, I.. I.; Miss Lydia j
Jones, \Woodhaven, I. I.


The Bennett.
Arrivals at The Bennett yesterday
were: Mrs. George E. Ward, Miss
Frances E. Judd, New York City.
At the Saturday night card party of
' 500" Mrs. M. 1'. Cornwall, of Patter-
son, N. Y %w,n the ladies' first prize
anrd John hiart, of St. Paul, Minn., took
the gtitleiimcn's first. The consolation
prizes \wre won by Mrs. Amanda Smith,
Of New Haven, Conn., and W. II.
Knapp. of I'oughkeepsie, N. Y.
M. arnd Mrs. Ii. S. Houston and their
party of ten leave Daytona for St. Aug-
ilstine after a sojourn of three months
.it The cinett.
The party are loud in their praises of
I):tyton:i, the climate, the roads and the
-lilprb stretch of beach. As an evidence
if their appreciation of the hospitality
tt The Blnnett, the party have reserved
accommoilldations for next season. Hosts
of friends will regret the departure of
Mr Houston and his most agreeable
party of ten.
J. It. McLeod, who has been with his
'ons, A. II. and F. Lane, this winter,
his been joined by Mrs. McLeod, who
will spend the balance of the season.


The Price He Had to Pay For Expert
Surgical Treatment.
The f.liilu surgeon VelpeIau was
vi-Ited one idayl it his house during
lie' c',isllltatill hour by a marquis
rI'll\\l'i-41 for his closeness. Velpeau
iiifiriied tbhe ia;irquli that au opera-
il ii; \.::, uriL'zt and that the fee would
:iiuitt t> 4,1i4io francs. At this the
rii:tulis i made a wry face and left. A
lrin.i tlii lai'r I)r. Velpeau. while mak-
i i -i hi riund.s In the lopltal de la
'hliii-tie,i liud his attention attracted
by at I''cn that sc(-zied familiar to him.
In ;mvi>vr\ r ti., Iia inquiry It was ltatcd
tlhit lthi- j,.linlit was a footman of a
i 2. .''.:li iIl the Fanuiiourg St. (;er-
in:iin 'Thie siireon found that his case


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F. A. ROOTb~I


HOTEL DESPLAND
Daytona, Florida

Now Open for Season 109o089.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager
Greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and Service ctll'rcU.
0 Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Fnsuite. Stam Heat.
Every Modern Convenience. Send for Rooklt. 2


Bummer Address: ATLANTIC HOUSE, Narragamnett Ptw, Usi. IsalAd.


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Schmidt's
Formerly Schmidt's Villa.


Ehetrie Light and
Modern Improvements


Hotel


I HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors,
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
K Fine Home Table Ddllthtul
Reasonable Rates 8un9a looms
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THE MIiDDIE OF' APRIL, PROVIDING
TIIlERI ARIE ENOUGH GUESTS WISH-
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Modern and First-class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths.
SEntire White Service. Northern Cooking.
slii. %iirR, ort.T.'d, ,Oti.. A H. & E. LANE, Proprietors.


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THE STILLMAN
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, D. R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
Facing The Halifax. Half Block from Storesand PosteffIe.
Modern Improvements. White Help. Northern Chef... .
Terms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application.
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W. W. FOLTZ, Wi'.r1iii. I)AYTONA. FLORIDA
The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
Very Highest tirade,
c l'airin ar;nd sati-fying the most particular people.




THE PALMETTO
WELL KNOWN AND POPULAR. DAYTONA, FI.ORIDA.
SOverlooking The lkBautiful Halifax River.
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The Vaqums 'Vow.
Trauslgrmatimm Artist.


The Gypsey Queen.
Military Training.


THE WHITCOMNS
Comedy Sketch Double
Dancing Artists.
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