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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 16, 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: VID00344
Source Institution: University of Florida
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DAYTONA. FLORIDA. TUESDAY. MAAlm 1 i9 W
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*I S. LOST PURSE.

Is Moved To A Bait Dropped Out In The
To a Con- Street Finds a Number


MUNy. do Takers.

* 0 2 fELLOW. NARY PASS IT IT UNNOTICED.


RK Right Goods at
OETRIST Ri tPrices,
1 L4 4Us Us | Tw r*dRW.
SL ROWE & CO.


B.P.O.E.TO


BUILD


OPERA HOUSE.


Plans Have Been Formulated For
Elks Home and House Of


Amusement.


!T WILL COST ABOUT $25,0.W.,


ATTRACTIONS


WORTH


YOUR SEEING.

Suggestions Meant For VIultbf
Strangers Within Daytona's
Produincts.


TRIPS BY WATER ANI tY LAl,


IIm expression from me irn
SomlratiUvelyv mall audi
-MaioLesrl t Saturday.'
louaa, armaiger of the W:l-
I ile to the lDaily N wt.


with those (iof our fv
make for the progre
d of r adjoining con
l occasionally to the
fmtead of huntir
ro badger, should p(
4m heLating the knocked
mbo ever does anythi,
bs does not know ho;.
busy with his hal
bI nasty little tongi
shrug of his shou
i ampr on anyt'.ini 1r1
So mk s for better thing,
b arg advanemniei, t
sac( the 'giouciy- tyI,
opmlst bas a hard road ,
the fellow cf the oppo.i-
tm Calve's prfenc. he
lde her device personal it
grace (of movement .ge'
iioua, the inspiration sl
ts all who were present wit
two hours. replidi mr
ne time, labor and mune
hol arve be" come to 11. I aiI
for having seen and lhcar

l l Lt e Cre opportuni
where the peopi,l. as
stapond in a large i ;i :It
a name for this part c
that would induce ctit
i'ihl to follow the I-ad
gatpIent, at le st on,,ac'
le highest developmni:nt i Il t
I fort wthits tremI udou-,-y up
blkueno before our 1),('-it 1 .Ti ,
e umber of our ft-.ii,,\ c(';iz,:
alavail~ themselve- of tli- po,
hfto be r* gro tt(.d b..i ;- ,-
-Wbg -ffect.
(of Us who ho y, Ie,;! I \' ".*
I7 or forty year i t \
herder countries h:1ie L:ii] t
tw present element v.. i.
formidable than all ti:,' ',,
StWt confront thpe p ',le r in I
I March to pro:r,'. Ti-
Uithedead weight of if, hrf.,.
M which makte fcr ii :i't r c(,,rc,'
fWlife and arouu-os Otw' !-t1:.:. i; ::
SII mi and lif:s hiin f :- t :- :
I.ove the commili; !,: ii :\'
I1iday existence. Hliov',\ :,-i,
ltfutmway be ju-t a li;iL. *
lmt ianedeavoring to l'iTi," :i,,'
i e-mtiosI and s e ourselves t
-ffthegreat mass of th- pcop4
IN Ipmoo d before they are ready.
SiiB-- o kindly r-an tti f,,' ':
~ rltfSWM. I ask nothinar f,': m
M* ONWly, and fully apprc-i;te :;
k M ourtltiee extende',I t I mI
and at all times, iiin c y iut,'
UM tthem both in our ltu-irie
tid- relationship and I could ni
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Yesterday a member of the Daily
News force had occasion to discard a
worn-out purse. (The steady stream ot
c'urretncy flowing into the editorial purse
re suggested since the exterior of the purse
was good that it be filled and laid out in
the street to see what paasers-by would
tak-r notice
A : i :Ilv the heading of a Daily
N -'. ,i it, tdo,hled and placed
wI,, i ;t 'i.Ibi !,-i.d placed around it,
an' I; ,,!;''-,' tIT,-pi*d in the street in
frt, e :. 1':\ N, 6s office.
\ ,, v ,- ai driver for a hack.
1, uiu to :Ici adden's, and while
tile ,: ;.- carried were in the store he,
esp. t ,; ',, tempting looking purse. He
ho|l,.' out, brought it to his vehicle
and in've-stigated. He glanced up and
sa:i smiling faces at the print shop win-
( inTI, t1>e fun.I
I' P. Rogers next rode within a foot ,
of it. I it if he discotwred it he gave no
(, toward indiration of ,Cuch knowledge.
M I. StHnley passed l)y without tak-
ing notice. Two or three bicyclists
p;ased n,.ar it, wheeling eouth rapidly.
but the wiind %as strong and they were
locking high. -
N' xt, a big (tlunk of a boy on a bike.


rd w-itlh a carrier containing packages,
which looked as if they might be bread,

H ;:Ii,'::tirt.. niad. a hasty investigation, THE BEACH
'di iut i t-.rviing ith' hack driver laugh, he
of drm.pp' d it.
,r H. I)ohi liike to have run his wheel IS IN
f onv\r it, but he didn't want it W. J.
.li ll:.iriiiig came nvxt and he failed to set
i' it. or :ti- wise to it.
Ik 11 umplhre'ys, street commissioner.
t ,,iC!t it, l.tve had sq sharp an eye for
t', r('t O .lit lie would notice a pin,
I- L it l-:;>a. c.:i' t!.e fat wallet no more The Pounding Surf Has Whipped
.- n tie.. l;atin thre standard Oil Co. gives It Out Smooth And
,. <. ,,-i,,'i ',f a district Judge.
i. \ li.,w, angular negro with mus Flat.
S .. '..t :;ii ,;<'oUcli haL espied the pleth-'
;, ,,rkin lyinr in the street. PELIMIUADIY RAIIN NOMW flN
rt. ; ii rril\v did look good" to this RKLLIMINAR U R ING UIN.
S :. lit, :1,11 ,l''d <'w t toward it non-
..i,-:v. :)ppar'titl ; looking in any
,,ion but that of the purse. The stiff nortlieri \\ith its coniple-
t' I,:t,:!,a.a,'d1 to step with a number ten ment of ra;ii yestcrdt-ay, \hichi made so
,. or,.;h -i] ide of the treasure. picked many wry faces andi gave grnuclitcs gen-
T:- '!:e ,- ,,' and looked as if lie might be rally. had a very ditT rent effect upon
,.,it :. A\ itor B itc soaring along all who are interested in the approach-
..,,,. ;, front. lie suddenly bent iug races. The surf ran high and was so
: :, (,,,, up ith the purse and heavy it pounded out the beach in al-
:. f. r ti., Ipa't\e'nt but a laugh of most perfect shape.
S, ,,- rc v tlhis time ise Several racing enithusia-t.s have ar-
t.,,t < ,il- lo I \i ,, jiv eraitell to get away with will be entered 2, Packard, 1 Stoddard-
., i ,. uild steal anything Dayton, 1 Stevens-Duryva, 1 I'ope
:,, 'i ,, x\n if lie thil-ught lihe could Hartford. This event is schedule for 4
,, ",, :'. lI ood live to anv lost o'clock and will Ie run south, the start
S. !. f.l- !r ';, such bands. being from the Automobile Club Houst'.
I i \ ,. ::,..r,.-ti ,it; tt i,' i tthe 'ack- There Is lots tf interest aroused in the
r "t,.'in' i '.ii,- rt i :,,1 wlticli th thing preliminary event, an' i N ith the condi-
r- I Lk. t ::i- I V. ti,, q f-lItow di'cover- '
-. !g i. t act- = :,, i t ," iriini,.tile tlhat tions so nearly pt rfct t fia t ti'n, will be
,t c ,:t:';.t li,, i- h' s i rt -it distance h l man de
'" nr,.i tW'. II n ipi.it. nnd g 'ealt for it Lewi Strai. ti l ,, ,,ctte driver, who
ir uv tir attention pre- has his ear at li (Central rageag, was
t :. i. i; l\ ci os ,ncething rcmnote 0 over on the beachli ith his great flyer
this morning, and he is ininiensely
____ ____ pleased with the prospect of breaking


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Vote As It Stood Vionday Evening I
IN THE BUSH & SAO.F()I) A1NO CONTEST.


I)A~T4)N ~


Vuma High School
allm lRc =


S2,168,840
1,595,355


some more records.


-From; Puck. Copyright, 1909.


guests to the privileges of the club
house during the carnival w.ek
S. 11. Gove is getting tilings in rtl.lii-
ness to put up a grand stand andwi with a
big force of workmen hfwill pii-! I i tlir ,
through to rapid completion.
The sale of seats for their ra;CTl '-stmin;
is now on. These tickets Ima Ihea I:l.l a;t
Clark's je*\-olny .-store, Btf.ihi -trte.t
Seats are also (n PleC at lIhot.l trni:tind
The (;raham Thompson bi.IylI Ilc,'.-e
has received a handsome (olumbia
racer which will be ridden by tlie n,tet
Eddie Root. Root is expected here thi-
week. The racer has a 1 t() gear, is very
light, and is designed for speed. T11,
wlicel was manufacturel Ii Vthe l'opi
Manufacturing Company. :ldl Id,,t w\ill
go after the world's record,m.,'tr l.cat't(d
From the number of bicycli-ts sho \vinc
up it looks as if this may be oune of tllh
winning features of the carnirii\al.
Go o'ver to thi' lIachi this afttirn 0oi,
at four o'clock anid l at'h tihe iiiti.l
performmii'ce. It %%ill he an ii tt rt.ti
event.



CELERY BRINGS


GOOD PRICES:


\' F. lHolme-, maii:it-ir (,f th' la Iv-
t ,n: Truc'k and Fruit (;riow(c.1-' A-cia-
tion, iaid,' a l)uiiii s'- trip) ti J., k-, in-
vill'f Mndlay, ex;pctiring to r.t!.iin \V ,d-
lt-davy Mr Holiies hital jus-t ( I.., (I :
deal for a (UtM idt tof ( t I ;v t a I to() pc 'r
crate, f o. t) t, l ):tvton:i., t i < ,i \- \ d-
ne'sdav and l i l pi tanih i t st ;I L : ',,:' r
car from I lhis plai e ti.( l:; t. r t itr'
oif tiw' we k. 1 Th('-t' It!s :t11 tr i,
nma'l- up) lv i,' r mn)c ,ro- ,,f tih' i1t-, I .:i ,.;i


The big i;rop;;tni' ii-' i- fini-hed, ''Ihe w:,rii weather rf i:t-t \\.. .:I-
and Carl Bates is tu-y :--t'ncIrmnlilg his beginning t to alfctt t, I' 1.v ci, ririt-
machine, the' fie-rce',' ,t iler oif Y'v-terdav, t:lly, bu)it lice psldt ,iiri ro ii .f \lni,,,Y
wlhii h grtw Iin itt.( sity in the after-, couple,(ld \ith thil l.'-r t'"; i tr. itr !,-
noon. prevented(l tii- c,'np i; tinii ,is work ailing, l[I hai\ ,.' a :n.r b,'ir !iH i l !i ,', t
*w oner lie Itp-., t,, vp i i flyer tall t,n celery and :ill ,i,-r ( g, : :t; ,
-; .L ..- l .1. 1 1,, I tl,; ,,r ,,n1 itl h P ill ,,..,I I if ; .. t... r I .. l. .)I.,! 1 h e..,* t1, rm:,. .l. .


By Permission.


$10o,sO0,000


DEFICIT


BY JULY NEXT

President Taft Talks To Extra
Session of Congress and Asks
Tariff Revision.


CHANGED CONDITIONS DEMAND IT.


\VAShIIN(ITON, March It'-Pre-i-
dc(ntrt Taft s special i message o, the,
lal; if, stnt to Congress today, said: "I
t ,'i>nted( an extra session of ('ongress
t,) unablee an it mnntd iate considerate ion of
thi rtovi,-in of lie I)ingl,.y tariff. CCOD-
1iitiir) rti(iiir, the' adjuhtiiicnt o(f the
[i:;'s'iit tniiilT, which does not furnish
f''i,)higi inllceIfI to pay authorized ex-
i,,.rii, s ili a (hatlcit off $10(),0)0,000
.A ili x"\it by July.
"Ti':.l uitv pledgeti a rtevi.sitn and
tt cuniiiity expects it and a new bill
shutIld he agrte'd Ul,,n and passed as
- ( (dily :.- pc.-sil)l.'. Conditions alTec't-
iiim prlutii tin,. i ai itfacttire and bu'i-
i;( -'.- ( r;,'l iv halie so, changed within
thit i.;It-t t, lvr years, as to re puire ar!
a, Ij,-ti.t ot if ti-e tariff "
1 I,'' [i.cs'-;, gcIt's on to -ay that the
!ti t -~- (if tl(e 'o,,u'itry demand speedy
:i lii 'ii :thi tic, lc-, titl- that is devoted
to t0', r u-jii ts theli lettei it will be fT r
Si ;r <" '.li t I yV.


GRAND LARCENY


All I n f5ihUnV 1 UUTpE


A new opera house for Daytona. That The city is full of visitors, many of
' sounds good," doesn't it? whom are here for the first time. Give
For some time the Elks, realizing as them the time of their lives and play
everybody else realizes, that Daytona fair with them; it is the best possible
needs a modern, well equipped, well ap- advertisement.
pointed opera house, have placed the Those who are not acquainted with
matter in the hands of a finance com- Daytona and her sumrrunding attrae-
mittee and that committee has formu- tions may be interested to learm of a
lated plans for putting up a building few attractions quite accemible by bicy-
which will give them asuitabli home,and cle, carriage, automobile or boat.
supply the city of Daytona with a play South by land is a very picturesque
house of which she may be proud. drive to New Smyrna with its historic
They have not yet decided upon a ruins. The road is fine on south to be-
building site, but have several lo cautions yond Oak Hill, which is on Mosquito
in view. This matter will bh ditinitely Lagoon. The run from New Smyrna to
decided upon soon. Hawks Park is very interesting.
They are considering the advisability On the peninsula side the beach offers
of putting up a three-story building, a delightful spin to Ponce Park with its
which would give them extra rooms and giant Governmont lighthouse. You are
supply the increasing demand for :.uch at liberty to viait it any day except
accommodations. Sunday, and a view from its storm bal-
The building is to be of brick artistic- cony is a sight worth seeing. A lovely
ally trimmed, and would be a credit to panorama awaits the beholder. You
the city. The plan as at present out look out at the horizon over the At-
lined proposes ttihe opera house on the lantic on the east, south the Inlet and
fist floor. Such arrangement would Coronado beach; turning west your eye
meet tthe harty approval of all elderly sweeps the Hillsboro river, New Smyrna,
people, arid the second floor would af- Spruce creek. Turnbull bay, Port Or-
ford an ideal arrangement for club pur- angel, the Halifax river and- Daytona. if
poses, the atmosphere be clear.
The interior arrangements of tile opera A drive north carries you through the
house combines all the best features of delightfu! towns of Holly Hill and Or-
modern buildings; the raised ae4gs, fold- mond, to Bulow, to No. 9,A. a amg the
ing chairs, large capacity. goc*l venti!n- shoresit"tbe Tomoks. West yoa can
tion, easy exits, amJple stage, etc visit Iel.and, and from there enjoy side
trips.
'The plans contempIlate onc' of tihe
Spns cntl lt on Bf t y water vou have the advantage of
most inviting nlav houses south of ,Jark- _. .-


ontiviilh, and it is hoped it mayy b- in
reatdiriess for nr\t sn..i1n.


POSTPONED FROM


LAST NIGHT.


()Iwinig to) the vo'ry iic.li'!ticiit w.atipr
prevailing, no perf(,trrnaiccv wags gitiven
last night by the I.vcyrum (',orncidy (',m-
pany, but tt :I pliI liiltdi, '"lie Trnamp
andt the I.adv." \ill i piiiut on tonihit
This 'oinplany, 'V\ il' nII)*t h d1rtinig t,
be composed of ill star actit- ait I a,'-
tresses from .\N,wv Yc,rk. prti, izc( to gi'-
a good, cit'ettn eite'rt;unrni'nt :t p ,pular
prices The city. r'cci.i es a p ri entagK'
of the prctces.s, vsu rare puttting
money into the city txche't ller, it-; 11
as rcivintiu ptrs)onl:tl a:iciie, ill(it i'n pat-
ronizing the siohw.


boat trips south to the fishing grounds
al)out th l Inlet to Turtle Mound and to
many towns and settlements Go north
ty b. at and don't fail to take the To-
niok:t trip. You will see lazy alligators
asking in the sunshine, and long-legged
birds wading about the marshes in
search ,of a dinner of fish.
These are all well worth seeing, and a
trip to D)avtona is not complete without
it. When you have seen this the races
will be put on, and with autos making
more than two miles a minute on the
Leach, and the heavens above alive with
:proplanr's careering around you will be
giien a pretty fair sample of Daytona',.
spirit, speed and quality.


Tariff Bill Held Back.
[ito- I'nlt'tl Pr.'tw.1
WASHIINGTO)N, March 16.-Chair-
man Payne decided not to report the
tariff bill today, saying he would wait
until a suceeCsor to Representative Boy-
gne was named on committee The bill
will likely com.e up tomorrow.


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CURIO STORE
Oome early and get your oime

WALLACE


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New Styles of Hart, Sfaffncr


SMarx Ready-To-Wcar Suits in our

Widowsaat $18.00, $20.00 and $22.50.

THEY DO FIT.


Dr. and MrmF. F. H Ibtma re-
turned Monday from TituWis, at
which place they spent Sanday.


S ANT.OND-4 BROS I at T
ANTHON Y BROS. i, Colonnades Hotel, 8abiaesM, apply
IUTH BrACH "TMgIET. Who are nver satinfltd< unl-..,s you are a S. McCullouogh, hd waitr. t
....... --v vhhuu--uu-US- E. V an O rdall, having di po d
of his stock of greeries caose da
store for the seon last Saturday.


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ELLA DVOY & COMPANY,

Ladies' Hatters,

Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,

MHIl CLASS GOODS, LOW' PRICES.

No. 6 SOUTH &BEACH STREET, DAYTONA.






S Ladies' Red Cross


and Children's Educator SHOES.


THE


I BEACH STREET.


GLOBE


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SEABREEZE, March 16--Mr .i:an.-
ble returned from Cairo, Mlich.. yesfer-
day. Mr. Haertt's condition was ini-
proed wben Mr. Gamble left hini but
be wa not strong enough to nr.Akt i. t
long trip South
W. A. Baggett. of Jsick....\ i:c i
vi-it his fanjii Cn \Valt. t:eet tli.i-
week and rtnain ovc-r for the ra(t.s
Prof. H. Wakefield returned fr,-m :i
two days' sojourn at Pomnsa Sunday
afternoon.
J. J C.-Lnani ,f N, Y- rk cty, I-


a guest bt tb Pr~r.c. l n.i
Mi%. Lu, v Hakt-lev l n;v.-Ai frt,::. V:-
ginia last V'4 Lk am, i it. -t 1" V
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NEW SEASIDE INN
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES.


SJudge Isaac A. Stewart caum
0 over from DeLand Sunday aad re-
'turned to that city again Moaday
afternoon.
LcTr--Valuable diamond stud.
i Reward of $25 will be iven finder
by returning to Dr. Schmeider, 302
4 North Ridgewood. tf
C. A B Tice, who has been in
thl r-ity for the past week with his
family, departed this morning on
his return to Rock Hill, S. C.
\' Wanted to correspond or meet


MuW AIMLT NEWS
I y eal except oun-
irbw 1 {6 Apl 1, byT
L D, i8_tor-Manager.
t li t ditor.
0, 4 tR i aiton Manager.
lI'. Bj= tSperintendent.
I-m4 ueeond-claws matter 1 P-
lmtbcbl, ,BW at the postomfee ut
ytfot, Fla. under the Act of
Mareh S. t9h.


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BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
ADVERTISEMENTS


Special Facilities for Examining and
Perfecting Land Titles.
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 12s


lptiei' IUL y.'. 112 .1 D0 vX 00006000000 some mIoIn0I0I
House next meafon, Graham Thompn A. KLOCK, M. D.,
sop. O PlIYSICIAN AND SRC(,,.( N.
SAssociated with K.M.F-'gu'cn. I. M.
Mr. and Mrs. John Can and Mr. I apectal attention g%\ 'n Tp I,-.i:Y -. ,'
and Mrs. G. S. Brower, of VolusiaIg t lttlng of c t-.r,'
In
avenue, returned Suaday from a; (ce Hours:7 I l .11 1Ti..-' I T i1
several days trip to Sanford, Or- ,oee eoeoB*n*a*oe **e*e
land and other point
Eugene Fogler, Fred Hill and, Physician and
Eugene Gastel, bicycle experts, ar- Sug
rived from New York Monday with Surgeon.
I .Epecial attention to I, t n,..- (,! t::. % -;
an outfit of motor cycles, bicycle, c Throat anid N',#-'.
etc with which they intend to comn- Frth Dow west postoffice
pete in tho coming race events on; i :--,, '.... .
the ocean beach. The trio are lo- ...........
rated at The Willmer, on South
Palmirtto avenue. ROY HOWE, M1. I).
Physician and Sdrwseon
I Office and .tldn'- -: '* -
S! wood Avenue. oPlp. {Kid *J'>. H, I .
SI- Office Fours: 9 to 11 :a. ni,.: z I t
Doins i6:30 to" p.. n. Telephone 175 *
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at D ay to n a !- -- --
S Beach I SEABREEZE SANITArIUM.
OCEAN BOULEVARD,.
*1 8EABRKEZE. '1., I2 \.


DAYTONA BEACH, March 16-The Rooms I.rge. Pullnny i, i \r.: *.
T,,f.gnv Club meets tonight with Hir: corp. of Coi.nwtint Nu-.-. in"t :..
orn. C. C. BOMANNON. M. I'.. Day)lon. Fia.
The teachers of the Seabrnee and PIIOEF N..74.
)aytoIia Beacb school visited the Day-
tona and New Smyrna schools Thur-
dy and Friday. This gave them a C. C. BOHANNON,
pl-asant change from the regular routine P Aysieia, and Surgeon.
S.f Scl;-_ol work. Ofice over the Atwo-dl r :
Miss Irene Hand, of Nakomis, Ill. 1 Btach str.-It
h o is rooming at Mrs. Stewart#, starts DAYTONA. FLORIDA.


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Everything .Modern.
Homelike and Comfortable.
Directly on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.



HORACE STEWART


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Tr-,FL WHITE HOUSE C OTTAGES,


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north tomorrow.
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t,.v. i. 1. UollIIDs, SupennteadenI of ------ *O-- **O **--I *IOI*
the Anti-aloon League of t b State. F.H HOU3ITO N
. r e an earnest and eloquent addren at i DR. F. H. HOUG ITON
ti, M. E. Church Sunday morning on DE N T'TIT'
*ri l.ibition. He urged active coopera- DENTIST
::;. work on the part of the temperence ,,o'" .1.. -
'. pie everywhere for a constitutional g PO w3., .
A.:.i-i.ant during the coming session 0E6011 101101** 0101 010


f t!,. Legi-lature for State wide pro-
,: .. A collection was taken at the


c ,s If thie address for money to finance
t: '.t. Over $100 was pledged.
A IP.verty Social will be given for a
!.':iru* b,'netit at the parsonage Friday
i,2 t. The promoters or committee
i1-,. it distinctly understood that it is
av. LiJ clothes affair and those wearing
t -ir S.nday best will be subject to


. 1 tine. ( Plenty of fun is anticipated. A
BL'-tr.;::1 will be rendered and ice cream


Mr. a: d Mrs. W. F. Knight, who
1 i.,. (.: spending some time at their
f-::. :it Kingston, will move back home
iSSC 1;,v : ,. .who has been sick, was
. : i\ f.ir the first time in a week.
.i'j. f ',::.r L&a bpen looking after the


- .:. !.i- rb)eDn ce.
I'.::" ttt,, avenue is still to the front.
" -,.- .,, L> s been sold on this street


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M. SHUFRO," THE M
TAILOR.
SBe a" ami Myr SaIl
Suits Made to Order Frm $18 Up.
All work done inside by white help.
CLOTHES CLEANED AND PRESSED
AT VWRY RRAPONABLs PXIRCR.
All work called for and deltrred.


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I S. FELD
Formerly with Ness Br., FIfth Ave.
and jIst Street. New York
IIAI)IES' TAILOR, '
S107 N. Beach Street, Near Nor thC.
S DAYTONA. FLA.
---------------------

L. S. hALL
\rchitcct and Builder.


09 Palmetto Avenue
tona. Florida.


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Local Agerit Wanted.I
~A N .:,. -. -,,,,,i,,un H ,s, wants a r-,
*, .,; ;-. ,,i : a; ;, --nti in this terri-:
' *": ** ...... '. '!-; ;ltr'll nt. of FR [ITS AND
E. .ERMAIN. 4
4 ,g<'rlan h Fil. Fi.




KODAK
Developing, Printing j
and Film Supplies-- I
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Anderson & Clark |
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ATCLO~SE OF BUSINESS Jap.
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JIANUWAW* tNW


RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts $544,495 67
Stocks and Bonds... 14,850.00


Overdrafts...........
Banking House and
Fixtures V. C. B. "
......... $8,167.45
Daytoa i2, 274 89
Real Estate .........


9.10.83


$!P~o, 4-12


UAMFF


Capital Sock.........
Surplus ad Uu.i-
vided Prot ......
Deproits.............


Collection Account
Cash on hand and
in Banks...........


$876,252,38


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Dry Good.
Ladies" and Gent's Furabh, ba.
Ocve us A CALL. J. W. FULLtiAM, N bMmI





Nw Is thetfme to Tk

and Suit Cases-


Ten Per Cent. Discount for Two Weeks.

Bingham & Maley Comp'

Furniture. UCdOtMl
SDon't Fd to get Pumno ricek t d s f *





IDAYTTNA ICE COMMPAf I r


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ICE CREAM
T : ;.-- ':T IFO a l rtle o r a lot
T. t' *f N,. 77 W.. d.:ltvr all
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" Our W'agons make Trips Daily, eM
^S -Sunday. to all parts *e
DAYTONA, SEABREEZE, ORMOND and DAYTONA BEA
Ice for Boats Delivered at any [Dock--Sacked ar Lo-e.
OFFICE-Rear of Schantz Plant. 'PIor


To the Trade Who Like G ld


S.Bicycle Livery. OUR STORT | Famous Royal Scarlet and Curtis Bros. Goods,
BiCyCle Livery. O UR STOREn L
Crt.sa ii ':, THE SO- CASH GROCERY *; And Like P. T. Barnum "'We Never
Bicycle Supplies and Repairs. + .. IIuft,,mce,
Prices Right. All wSor.. II ,l i R, Proprietor. i* Advertise Unless We Show."
Come and S.e. I C L GET PRIC@ 1 EFORE PUIB
WE8T i.D- voFC NTRAI. 0" 00 $LL A D@ G I l
STh, p'rf-etton CHASING( EISEWH IIERE.
The /racuse, -b ,,MARINEEN--
DR. EDIT B. SHOEM.AKIR .l vracuse A G. L I A IISTREET
DENTIST ..... :-

: 0T.R AVME' "1eep~n S;F IM N IT I ** **------------------ *I ** I*!*I-
660 THIIRD AVE.LE E. I -,rhun ,F .( ., -% CITY 1 O

HkIk~\ z '1T -%L. STABI'R S / ATLANTIC MOTOR CAR CEllPAI
SUOSTEI PATHl THt. f 1!-Ti TI cOt T; 1'% DAATOSNA
(;.radunt.u Jd. ..H ,A% Bi-cKrmith .ad c.a-lage No. 8 Beach Street. Davtona. Fla.
S(steopAtthv :tt K!;-k .. v Z Shop inr Connection. "
SLoct:,-don \ EO. A. FOYE. Proprlotor
po.o% of.a .. -t|., 1 Li" I : Automobiles and Gasoline Engines,
*Pon L~nmidIie, oi 1~t'o


f- ::. a--br,..ze avenue south, and the *.I..**l*l*l*l*l*l*l e.ll l.
r;, -rtvy owners have set sidewalk A O'NEI I
:,- anid p wanted out fruit trees and or- DR. i "'-.II..
r,' .."..tal ,shrubbery. It has also been Osteopath
a-"-.,i a,.. ong them to erect one water 0
S :Kr -tation with sufficient capacity Resdce r Av **r-., -
Ofipe over 'st; r .-r-
p; ,v the street. The latest I
S- .-r of property on Palmetto **l*l*l**n*n*l **l*ll**im B
.* :* i- A. J. Cota. of Hinkley


. B. TALLER
ARCHITECT
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v Unamond lires, Kos:h NagrnctN,
and Spark Pluz%.
Discounts Allowed the T
;- Secondhand Cars taken in part payment ft
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| F. W. POPE 0W( 21
0 Attorney and Counsellor at I )a\'t
U Law.
i Pratlce tn State and Federal Courri s
OfFtCe OVER POSTOFFICE.
1 Telephone M 0

T. E. FItxgerald E. F. Oast-.
FITZGERALD & OATES :
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law *


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229 South Beach 8trt
Opposite Yacht Cub


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7 ThePB. ~ t a s .* "No- -__
TIle Modern lHemr where wor"dMvMssom for ed sIL
an ot id Xbroken with every a ting mon.. W
S even Wonders fnesta r eSonda s p adEWS THdEHOTebj
laimil SM show is as free as the pure artesian
QMLL P011110.801w16a en'y $ .110 da0 BOA water from the thousand flowing wells.
One of Daytona P crowning glories is It i a continuous show with constantly chi 'lt.
______p__ heroomaparable beach. No one who shifting scene. You will probably catch SCBmt .
^*O<, ~ever set foot upon its smooth, packed the spirit and when you do the roads Monday's arrivals at Solhmidt's Hotel 0
S sa ds; no one who ever pedaled a bi.- and the beach are yours. The Florida were: E. H. Dickson, Mr. and Mrs.
c ycle over its expanse; no one who ever sunshine is free, the balmy ocean G Todd, New York City; C. E. Kellam,
N NMAdrove a prancing pair of horses and list- breezes are free, the birds and squirrels C. C Gonanlock, Jacksonville; F. M. I
0l Me H- A<* FH>ed to the popping of their steel shoes and flowers are free, the sparkling Beck and wife, Mr and Mrs. Elser. Buf- *
SPt U te liam x River. Upom its asphaltum-like face; no one fountain water is free and you will have falo; Joseph Kidd and wife, Duluth
~ PrOLpr-et. wbe ever steered a high-power automo to go down in your wallet only for coin Minn.; George C. Mackey, Elizabeth, N.*
""' bile down the broad stretch of wave- or the auto and bed and board. J.; Thomas H Walker, Greenwood, B.C. ego
'JOOm S-gle o Ena Suite with wahed and surf-packed sand but real- Thi is no fanciful picture; it's all -
"Wia-1ww. Ta 0e ofthe best of evle fin ised that it is a world-beater, a world- here. It is drawing other thousands T A
| i n Ui the service will permit, givei OQ wonder. Go stand upon this wide and h.liding them enthralled, it will The pld.
Speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and hold vou. Come and see. New arrivals at at The Despland yes-
$11Ug. in cmiection with the Ot. lto am e by i n Joyous mood, and answer whether terday were: M. H. Harrison, Mr. andt
to. f 1m ee will be iade with g& a w this is not one of the seven modernm _elelegm* m*e*******m Mrs Harry Thomas, Brooklyn; Mr. and
; wonders. Mrs. A. C. Showutts, J. M. Cook,
TIN. ..P .. e ud Hai River. S 1 T 0 Buffalo; J. G. Brines. ladianapolis; F.
,s.oa <000 Where think you is water with more SL iti V E. Hicks and wife, Miss Ida Hicks,
______ __................--- picturesque surroundings? Nearly a Granville, N. Y.; Ira Dimock, Hartford,
S mm- ** SS* __S6*Sp* *@. mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta. lt- h= Conn.;Mr. and Mrs. Chl. Craig,
i ; The Mil0l.UMl t artistic cottages with roomy ve- I* 7aKo td k Sh p.a0" Pittsburg; J B. Ashley and wife, Miss
S R rsi_ _v d ..a "shl"T. ranmda's looking out upon her bosom, J We are not Portrait Artis4, no J. J. Ashley, New Bedford, Mass.; Theo.
g a W gamey food fishes in countless numbers are we Art Dealers but 10 yeas C. Dunn and wife, East Orange, N. J.
L< geppW.eensth e. Pb. 4 beckoning, as it were, to those with rod of close attention to the KODAK- ]
2-- Ge ethItrset. Pbiw Oi f "00 oiclseattention to the KO DA K- 19 1
';-J.P._SAW WUA,. 1. sMeAMLP. "and reel; her bosom flecked with duck 0 ERS needs has won for us the h n
| M f r f and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, N enviable reputation of being The Bennett. Vv
^ !which sit about as if for the sport of Late arrivals at The Bennett are: H.
,._ I bbbin upn hr waes;wath tat a.T. |A [[ F o Late arrivals at The Bennett are: H.
SFT Comfort, 1 bobbing upon her waves; watch that 1 IT 0 CAS OlSIDIS. Dryhurst and wife, Meridian. Conn.;
S For Pleasue lubberly old white headed pt lican pcr h Mrs. Moore, Pittsburg; Dr. and Mrs.
-- Fo a Rest, a fat mullet, and that fish hawk sti-g- .Anyone dno ring good wor-k and Wm. Caille, New York; Miss L. A
S rl- TRT gling upward with his floundering load strict Reeder, Star Key, N. Y.; C. P. Calvet
Do he snatche. from he wat.r.. ders for Developing and Printing,
;'hel De~aiad snatched from the water. III and wife ncinnati
n n. S--~~ S ee the beautiful launches, spick and WAllgettatLESESNE'S KODAK m and wife, Gardiner, AMe.; E. A. nnFoster
I B.tSe S.wf sp fi, their hampers and lockers bulging PLACE, the only shop in townD
1 1 ft"8t llmWlh= ; -p". 2 Cresceent City,
oprie. the with refreshments both solid an liquid that makes the Kodak Work a S R nson and family New York
.eMU Uie-do nal." U.r peclty..d
IHACCm-A-n-- t ready for a cruise upon her beautiful oin MrS. p. N. Raynor, who has been
l R "" S l ee surface Takeout your field glass and All work finished in 24 hours, 12 1 o
28 ....1 we surface Takeout yo hours itf necessary. spending the winter in Daytona. Mr.
H jl.m ... .. ...- niPoe sweep the river from Ormond bridge to U Robinson Is president of the Ralston
i fm r *' ^P ao r. ce Pk light house, then say 3 == Uj = -IihFood Co.
I M I" otel Palm B la h .' 3 whether the Halifax isn't a thing of R 1f I rLr lllr o
ol3, P a mace beauty and a joy forever, and oneof 0 R Ie LL F
I^BI Bte. GraMud Loation. Adjoins Fanmo "Poinlo- the modern wonders l Te Pr
g'W u tW to t--Tropical Splendor of rrults and rFlow- "-- Eastman Kodak Dealer, Th Prince George.
r eq b=ows Ifutht Bouth by train or boat that CoomeX.a 9 The m Phimlly Picturesque Ridgewood 0. ,
II> I T atoa Palm Beach Boat Line lands at Hotel Ridewo -a venue" is"uponte cr"es. B'each letreet, nea'rr 3 Ave., I Ycsterdav's arrivals at The Prince
Sly_, Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of D (sorge were: W. H. Vollmer and wife.,
l.,-- OMm a *** a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, DAYTONA FLORIDA. (eorge were: Voliler and wife,
'dg "- Vincennes, Ind.; Eugene Liefler and
ban .8we and the wid-spreading branches of the EEEUE @,*-wife Philadelphia; Mrs K P. Newbre,
S MrA N L I SA t Augutoine heavy-trurked live-oaks extend their Miss Edna May Newbre, Chicago.
EA" CxNvO U IA .o Florida. giant arms across this magnificent vista, Eight tables of guests of the Prince
0 forming an arch,anfrmteeetn-EgttbeofgesofhePic
p feIN 869L All Modem Impno vements. fo ing an arch, and from these extend- mI (ecorge enjoyed a progressive card party t
omm ptn for ed arms great festoons of Spanish mosslast evening, the game being bridge
a s df pThe prizes were won by Mrs. E. Mc)as-
SDAY. Open Jan. W to May lt. Write for Illus- fan them. Looking straight ahead down ter Detroit 1st ladies'; Mr. George E
trtlt D MA.COOWBLPn II this white shell street one has the im- Asbury Park N. J., second; H.
Spression of a fairy path with elfish dra- ,I 1 S. Bell, Atlanta, gent's 1st; Clarence
... MBBM *******************---**S~gS peries, but as you move along and cast Smith, J<,rsey City, N. J., 2d.
Sm8iiith, Jersey City, N. J., 2d.
a an eye first to the right and then to the -- m- ; = +
left you see distinguished cottage homes
Sin the mostdelightful settings. Word from the Quaker Male Rdo d
0 Quartet states that thly are in good l The Ridgewood. *
Hurpossing Beauty ot Our Cottagfe Homes. S ?i ^ I(A
Beauty otOur ottavoice and the entertainment will be The leidgewood arrivals of yesterday SA
No one of Daytona's attractions, per- excellent. They will be in 1)avtna were: J. Janey, Mrs. C. B. Winslow, :
Shapes commands more nearly universal March 23. Mrs. 1. A. Cushman, Mrs. M. Taylor, 4
ll~~l~l memo" 0@0009600 @ON attention and praise than does the artis- i r.l.A uhan r.M alr
tnin praise than doNs th artis- \w York City; II. W. Hoover and wife, j
-- -- rticcottage. The owners of thesecharm- i'resh Michelin tires; all firsts 0 ,; John Wright, Antigo, Wis.;?
IMIII I *llrrang villas hail from every corner of the no seconds. For sale at the Atlantic tn
ig Motor Car Co. and Central Garage. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mitchell, W. B.
4 PERKINS TF FIiTM NTFI country and they bring their own archi- torMitchell, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. Irish,
EE L WLLLIWvU H IL tectural plans and build upon themn,and tf l'iihadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ford Ml
Ia j am& Cw. .&A,%. A a the architecture of one section of the 1. F. Shurman and ..W. \ 'iero. Id child, Brooklyn; Mrs. Thomas Mur-
P'*1YOoN : CMliiCAOO { country differs from the architecture of who have been emiploye(I lring ;iy, Detroit; F W. Miltenberger, Cleve- 8u
t o5^ ; i \ ^ .W ^^ j; another so do our homes differ in out- the winter at the Van Orsdall ro.- lrd- r. n M W Homer, Olean,
ri I I Sao." I ;ward appearance and structural beauty ery, departed Monday, the f ernwr Y.; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lyon, Chi-
Sg l lS from one another. There are nomonoto- going to llamrnmondsport, N. Y., and ,a,; Mr. and Mrs. Lous Fox, Ft. :^'
n j nous rows of strikingly similar buildings the latter to C(airo, N.\ v\\ne, Ind.; W. F. Culton, Salt Lake *
-& ^ : ;^^^ ^* ^^^ ^*^ :but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated j '^ |B i Bii L\Ai ('x i.,-- ,r t ('ity; Mrs. F. Fraser, Banning. Cal.; .
the m w net to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps the stolen gods wore not f, l. .,n I). Owens and wife, Marion, 0.; t
^^-- th min wodrn ^ H ^ ^ ^ ^ t1611' ^11"Wimt next?"" Insure within F'. N. C mrad in i],c i.r unod Mrs George M.Eggleston, Bos-o D


L'- os rna
M c lef
toot-


Remodee*d at a cost of
$Stc 0,000
tw -nd CAN R m bg Water ad Lan
DitAmwc.Ph Csme ma Rems.
SK) Roorh 11 UKwith Bath
mingi4 or vun Suite
Rat,"e SI.X) aind V wnrds
op(-of tho mno.4t unique I1 ning Roon's
In th.' cbunL%. O)Ur f ous Indian
, f a..rts1'.' v nni Culsine


Streets and Pavements the Most and Best. Marvlaln Casualty Company a i
Why the Architect of the UIniverse they will pay for the grods stolei
chose to give to Daytona the most ad- and catch the iurglar.
mirable, the most picturesque natural J. h Meagley, having rceivc.,t
setting of all the cities of the South is his new samples, depart1ed Morle(i'
!not revealed but that such is a fact for [Huntington, W. Va., froniwhri.l
must be apparent to the most superficial point he will resume his trlavels i
observer. With such lavish wealth of the interest of sevi ral large I,. ,
natural beauty it became an easy thing and shoe concerns, hris torrit,,rv
for the hand of man to give the little covering several (f tlr1 ii' iill e ;it-
finishing touches which have brought ern states.
out the colors and outlines of tlihe ,ig
pictures )esiral biding lts at Silvr
picture.
n I Beach, near A t ,tomo,)l ('lc II, i :I:,
Man did all this in the laying out ,f ea
the streets with tlHir wide .margins o(f t ra
parkage, the entire city becomes a to T. E. Fitzgerald.
great park ERRATIC SCIENCE.
And as for pav(-nments, ,avrcmnets ERRATIC SCIENCE.
that look and act like granite,-wherc Sm.d Wonderful Answers by School-
else between the eastern and western room Small Boys-
seas are so many miles in proportion to "Mushrous ;!v:i .r,, i, ,;.
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of places, and st, they. l .k li,'. ;:;l' r. ,
place reports more and better, Daytona las." wrote a sinlll 1,': i: ,:.' -,iW' ,'
throws down the gauntlet to the world. examnirnati,. (ohcr c.''. .:I,.-s ,.f t!
"howler" aIre com, i'ikl '.v a i \\'rirr il
Squirrels. Flowers. Birds and Fruits. the Sierlltaic A.\lloc!t.i;a::


Whatever one's shortcomings and
however indifferent or ev\-e callous one


"Air is the imolst necst.'ary iof nil tli;.
elements. If there wNerc ne fsu, i tli :in
am, O r Tm- ,,-..,1,1.1 wf.. m it h r1t'ih f t i ; t ..:


EATING TOO MUCH.
Overnutrition Is Just as Harmful as
Malnutrition.


It is an acknowledged fact that al-
most every soul of us eats too much.
The digestive organs are constantly
overtralned and finally weakened.
When wisely followed, the practice of
fasting can be most beneficial. An ex-
lpe'rt on the food question has said that
one should rise from the table with
tlihe feeling of hunger, which is an ex-
le'rinee known to very few of us.
(On the contrary, the majority of peo-
ple leave the board with a sense of
fIurden which only an hour's siesta
'an alleviate. This is not so much
(,wing to the fact that the food is un-
c('(omnmily rich, for the rule of the
simple life obtains now In the fash-
ionable cuisine, but It Is the quantity
taken. There Is a large community at
the present moment which fasts from
breakfast time till dinner at night. It
Is a question if it is wise to leave the
stlirnah entirely without food during
;i!l those hours. but there Is no ques-
,tin that the lighter the lunch taken
. 1, 1- -- :1 11- 49 -0 &IL-. >


* Te


HOTEL DESPLANfI
Daytoua, FforIa
Now Open for Season I9o"8.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and Manager.
greatly Enlarged since last season. Cuisine and sB oni" s l
Broad Piazzas on all Sides. Rooms Fnmite. itr mL
Every Modern Convenience. Send for Bookl
Summer Address: ATLANTIC HOUSE, Narra=uM o1 w,- t --*--
)I=*---*=Z---- -- -*m-- --n-- -- -- --
UAAA@AAAAAA@AA AAAAAAAAAA**.**** ........
Fronting on the ssofs Lk-s Md
Halifax River. Modwa Ieswmsmts


Schmidt's Hotel
Formerly Schmidt's Villa.
HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proirstws6
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Fine Home Table sIhi
Reasonable Rates mm t--M
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rHE RIDGEWOOD

WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL ABOUT
THE MIDDLE OF APRIL, PROVIDING
TIERE ARE ENOUGH GUESTS WISH-
ING TO REMAIN TO WARRANT IT...

!. D. LANGWORTHY, PROPRIETOR.

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Prince


George


Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,


3AVTONA,


- FLORIDA.


NOW OPEN


REFURNISHED AND RENOVATED
THROUGHOUT

W)LEST SPOT IN DAYTONA, LOCATED RIG6T ON M IVEI M M
kME MANAGEMENT AS "TIIE BRISTOL," ASBURY PARK, N.J.


THE BENNETT
221 North TlRtig,'woxtl Av-nu.
odern and First-class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths.
Entire White Service. Northern Cooking.
mmner Resort, The.Oce<,r- A H. & E. LANE Pronrietor.
ilde, Marblehead. Ma.S. LA ropri o .
-_0444*0 *seGeeS


THE STILLMAN
AYTONA, FLORIDA, D. R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
Facing The Halifax. Half Block from Stores and Pesteffke.
Modern Improvements. White Help. Northern Chef....
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WELL KNOWN AND POPULAR. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River.
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