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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 17, 1909
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00345
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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bmkt 40Uw- YesOtrday Iormingabout 9:30 o'clock
Sthe Oman (ksm W"RdI B. J. Patetti. of Ponce
00 a41 Park, and C. LBlaYtom.'Z fPrkersburg,
l obk W. Wva, were o n South each, justbe-
Oft_ t the low Mosquito Inlet. Tey had noticed
S--- a wIeek, tb Un, passbm ee"s North.
O the little late they heard r o ad look-
ir nwrd by lag up saw the look d ocat e, trusting
p-ts wbkb' have lism so tame
d t. far from being umndsitfbsd tying in all di-
rkdu m"ot rctios. fleeing for tbilr lives. Alas!
61 11nieMt ldy it was too late for somer them, for the
I. tIe mwn. Dupont boy,. John and Joulie. of St.
itr i their Augustine, had fired deadly loadof
w Oekld abot into the flock, kning outright a
Oaklseo vril ad lmaiming others.
i 4MUP11pifi- Warden Pacetti and hit companion,
l liay for Mr. Slaytoa, made for their launch as
----- er .the qdekly as p-sible and put out to pur-
M Ol & wIld for asit, but the Uno by th Utime had sucb
240 water. lead that they were onb to overhaul
Itret the detmays of the i rocenat between
slrt dis- the Inlet and Dayasa,.
f- im. that ble Arriv b here they ti&.d up their boat
f r dsC of feet ad, being joined by Justice H. T. In-
l S way right tm, they embarked in an automobile
a la-l A tiff and went pot-hate to the Ormond
tm me er ramret bride draw in time to overhaul toe
wi- the mdlt of boy. They confemed io the sport(:) of
esee- '- naw' having killed the birds and were brought
tb b Just what bha- back to this city where they were given
-m-od wem to blow hard a preliminary hearing before Justice Ti-
1 -Mh -ooe foiks oo trM m the charge of killing pelicans, a
S~1 thAt- bird protected by the Iws of Florida.
s-wMyalmy They were bound oer to appear be-
fore the Criminal Court of Record, and
itm wied has ex- when this court disposes of them there
inld Mte second Is every likelihood that Uncle Sam will
I ean ride eo the take them in hand as they shot in the
very face of big government warning
Itrom yes- boards, notifying them that all birds
10 o'clock this within this reservation (with a few ex-
lftp ld by this race to ceptions) were protected
1 9-hip ltlti as to the There is the greatest Indignation felt
)rr 7 nti *. at Daytoua and elsewhere in this sec-
^ | New 'York to- tion as these birds were becoming quite
Sblalsied here Saturday. confiding and trusted strangers to ap-
Sm is--kb I bheadquar-I proach very near them. They were a
|fitLLs O geW. 1% ith this drawing card for visitors and this treach-
Im rou d8s to person- erous onslaught will make them wild
eet will speedily again for months to come,
Warden Pacetti and Mr. 8laytom de
of the Daytona serve great credit for pushing their pur-
do the hand- suit up persistently and bringing the cul-
pre represents prt to justice. They have probably
Ocage. Ridgewood, 1 left death and destruction in their wake
ad Colonnades, allthe way from Palm Beach, whence
will each take they came, and would have continued
Y6 a gutus, free. their deadly fire on to St. Augustine.
othe .Pacing Corn- -
:] d for the parade
he arrangement Fire Destroys Instruments.
Ct Hall, on Beach iRv 'nnted PreM.I
that .er.bO NEW YORK, March 17.-Thle ignlal
m ti tInt thispVerubdre corps station at Bedloe's Island. near
IS rivalry in -n tPaae tatue of Liberty, was destroyed by
. alri bor n decors- fire eannrly today an valuable instru-
SMicbor m decr ments burned.


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BURIED IN


PINEWOOD.
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The remains of Mrs Rebecca H. Gar-
land arrived from New York Tuesday
accompanied by Mi-s 0. R. Garland
and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Garland, of
Los Angeles, Cal who joined Miss Gar-
land at Jacksonville.
The party arrived by the 11:40 a m.,
train, which was forty minutes late,
but an they were not expected until
1:45 p. m, and all arrangements had
been made for that time, no change was
made and the funeral cortege left the
railroad depot shortly after the arrival
of that train and proceeded to Pine-
wood cemetery where Mrs. Garland's
husband, J. M. Garland, who died about
two years ago, is buried.
The casket was opened to allow the
relatives and friends a last view of the
departed and Rev. D. H. Rutter, pastor
of the M. E. church of this city, con-
ducted a brief burial service.



TO BE GUESTS


OF MRS. STARR
tDoctor Is Fa athr
Doctor Roades Fayerweather. of


OFFICIALS ON


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INSPECTION.


Will Accept Cannon's Work On
DeLand-Daytona Road And
Pay For It.


BETTER ROADS ARE COMING.

Dr. G. W. Fisher D)eLand; .). ( Cade,
Enterprise; R. 1). Brooke, Osteen, three
of the five members of the hBoard ,f
County Commissioners of V'olusia coun-
ty, were in the city Tuesday, havit:g
come over on an official inspection of
the DeLand-Daytona road. Tcevy ie-
port the road in good condition, anj an-
nounced their intention of accepting it.
The other two commissioners Messrs
Bradshaw and Owen have been ov,\',r t.he
road.
It is very doubtful whether ('Contractor
Cannon broKe even on his roa'l contract.
It is a road which hlis cost a ,ilh' -,o
money to get where it is, but it i-
thought now that it is in t.uch- l-hape n-
to be more easily maintained in the. fu-
ture. Its present good condition it ;,i
onstrates its value, bo,th to l)aytoua ,r.
to L)eLanIl, and it ttsurcr oone thirln,-


Johns Hopkins U'niversity, and Miss the road is a fixture as a hartl-simf;.rmc
I Josephine Kirby-Snith, daughter of thoroughfare.


-General Kirbv-Smith ol tlistinguisneda The Commiss-iosner. t-xprf'-r--tl tfir
: war record. are announced to marry to- approbation of lharl -;:;tt': (.x\t( i.i -;:i.
"As I am compelled to build my, morrow at Sewanee, Tennnessee. and it safe to say tl.at b t for l,, t'. -
new hotel elsewhere, I offer my, Doctor and Mrs. Fayerweather will pleted condition of ticO' rol fnidl C i.
property located in Seabreeze, I come direct front Sewanee to l)aytona, sort of road builhii:i, \\ou,.i i;-;. Fa., at bargain prices. See Con- where they will te the distinguished i several directions .
'rad Real Estate Agency. E. L. guests during a honeymoon period, of In an interview \%i, Itli ( 'thi-* -
.Potter. 82-tf. 1 Mrs. C. E. Starr. on the peninsula. ,.rs, chairmann Fts'i.r said it is i'.p to
General Kirby-Smith was stationed at Commissioner Owen to put tlt r'L., 11,
sU St. Augustine for some time during war the Brevard county line in passab.le t','I-
Stimes and Mrs. Faverweather will visit dition, and as Mr Owen is iin li :Ity
ad Monday EVening Ithe historic scenes over which hler fat h-.r sympathy with the-. o),,l r.ndl Iovue ,:'t
.- .. ', once had command it i4 a safe prediction that thit'r \k il 1I,.


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The Commission rt said th'y hlopc to
Wsee the road extended on tl,,I' irth to
A EARING the St. Johns countEy Ineic to, e'lllte't
the proposed I artl-T-fllfh. ro til \ai ,hi.


PLAYED TO


CROWDED TENT.

The Lyceum Comedy Company gave
their opening performance, "The Tramp
and the Lady," last night to a crowded
tent, even the available standing room
:being used, which speaks well for this
attraction, for although the weather
was cl-ar, the night was rather cold for
this season of the year.
The play was well received, Mr.
Evans himself in the part of the tramp
being a particularly strong character.
The specialties were good and the illus-
trated song pictures were excellent.
TLnight they will play "Kit Carson,"
tomorrow night East Lynn," while
other performances will be announced
later. There will also be a Saturday
matinee. Don't fail to attend, as the
plays are clean and you will get your
money's worth.


PROTECT THE


ROOKERIES.
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X\\ardtn Pacetti requests the Daily
N1 ws to say that as the breeding season
fr pelicans is now approaching it is
t,-st to stop visits to Pelican Island. an i
i-land much resorted to by this bird
miu:-r the Port Orange bridge It is also
a;.ketd that you ci ase your visits to those
i-ltands t tween New Smyrna and
I:\ks 'lark, used by these birds
\\Wit;i the proper protection and en)-
c.-urmiztntenit these' birds will becon;e:
numtetrous and trusting, and afford visit-'
,s fr

Is Claimed by Death.


Mrs. Cora M. Servi-s died yesterday
at the )Daytona Hospital where she had
recently been brought in the hope of re-
-torimg her to health. Mr. and Mrs
Sc.rviss had been south about three,
wte(ks but they postponed coming too


A LIST Of TIE II EVENTS.


An interesting feature of the races on
the Ocean beach next week will be the
bicycle and motorcycle events, which
seem to have created more than usual
interest with the sportsmen of this class,
several noted riders already being here
while quite a number now at Atlanta
and Jacksonville will reach here in time
for the races.
Joseph Fogler, Fred iill and Eugene
Gsestel are now in this city, located at
The Wilmer, on South Palmetto avenue.
Mesrs. Gaestel and Hill. both N S. U.
men, will take part in all the motre.yc'e
races, the former in the amateur and the
latter in the professional events. and an
effort will be made to break the record
of 44 2-5 seconds, made by Wm. Ray on
the beach last season. Mr. Hill, who
has only been in training for a short pK-
riod, finished third in the New York six-
day race.
Joseph Fogler and Eddie Root were
winners in the six-day event at Kansas
City Feb. 1st to 7th. Mr. Root is now
in Jacksonville but will probably be here
in a few days, as Mr. Fogle has written
him to come at once for u, try-out on
the beach, which is in fine condition.
Among those now racing in Atlanta
and who will probably be here the fore-
part of the week, are Dave Mackay.
Worthington Mitten, Walter Bardgett
George Cameron, George Wiley, Saxon
Williams, Elmer Collins, Wm. Senshouse
and Elmer Walker the two last named
being Australians. There will likely be
in all twelve or fifteen participants.
The full list of these events is as ful-
lows:
One mile handicap.
One-half-mile handi:ip.
One-fourth mile dash.
One-half mile dash.
One mile open race.
Two mile open race
The time trials will consist of one mile
behind motor-cycle pace and one mile
behind automobile pace, arid Mr. !,.hltfr
expresses confidence that CharlesN Mur-
phy's record of -572-5 seconds, imade bc-
hind a railroad train, wil te brken in
these events.

*Desirable building lots at Silver
Bleach, near Automohbile Culi b Hltuse,
for sale at attractive prices. Apply
to T. E. Fitzgerald. tf

Modern home on Halifax aven-
ue, Silver Beach, at a rare bar-
gain if sold this month. Bing-
ham & Thompson.


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WASHINGTON, Marmh 17.-Cem as
received the new tariff bill td f
Chairman Payne, who nSmS taI Ib
bears. It in the product fI Ave muatlh
work by the comeuttam, 6 ad M
100,000 words. The emtiaat- rn
under the tariff dutih pr
amount to 1300000,000, a rn df
s10,000,000 over the DI s b
A striking feature of t -w bi Is
the inheritance tax--410,1 to 1$1,-
000 is taxed at oam per t; 100I,0U0
to 1500,000, two per oat; oVr 1010,-
000, three per cent. Collateral eb-le-
iaries derive five per cent on all a&momt
over 1500,000.
The bill authories the iu of tUr-
ury certificates to the amount of I250,-
000,000 to run one year.
Coffee stays on the free lit; thee is
no increase in beer tax. Eight eno a
pound is levied on tea from emtrles
where produced, and nine cents froe
other countries. Lumber is reduced
fifty per cent, also steel rails and steel
products. Coal is placed on a reciprocal
basis with cocAtries admitting siam-
ship coal free. Wool of first and mooed
class is unchanged. A reduction of five
cents per pound is made on refined su-
gar. Iron ore is on the free list; hide
come free; shoes are reduced forty per
cent; window glass increased
Payne said that with anything like
normal conditions the nation's deficit
will be entirely wiped out; if not the
bill provides for the issue of Panama
Canal bonds for $40,000,000 to make
up any probably deficiency.
It provides for reciprocal trade with
the t'lilippines, limiting imports to
sugar, tolbacco and cigars.
Cuban reciprocity provisions are pre-

Cirgarettes are increased; perfumery,
fan'cy soap, toilet articles and cocoa are
increased. Spices, feathers and furs are
also increased.
The bill adds a new paragraph to the
Customs Act fixing the basis of ap-
praii.ernent at not less than the whole-
sale price on the market. This basis is
expected to result in an enormous in-
crease of revenue.
l'rintinig paper is reduced 50 to 66
per cent. Wood pulp will be admitted
free frormi all countries where no export
duty is levied.
The bill compels foreigners obtaining
patents here, tto build factories and man-
ufacture here for our trade.


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Seven Wonders

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dimeof Daytousa cronin ogies is
her bo mprabile beach. No hvfo
evr eat foot upon its smonth.packed
umd.; no one who ever pedaled a bi-
eyde over its expane; no one who ever
drove a prancing pair of horses and lit-
ed to the popping of their steel shoes
uPOD its asphaltum-like face; no one
wo ever steered a high-power automo
bile down the broad stretch of wave-
washed and surf-packed and but real-
ised that it Is a world-beater, a world-
wonder. Go stand upon this wide
speedway and see the happy souls flit
by in joyous mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.


________________________a__ __ __ __ TW Pemdu. Peucid -M River. 0
------ --------- Where think you is water with more
00-00--1, -----.' picturesque surroundings? Nearly a
nS <_ T^ t mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta. a K
The pinn poi tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve- i
an a W 'Sbs LmV OTuLA. randa's looking out upon her bosom We a
S RATUS $a-P. tSA-oPIN DAY. eIsI
S5 1WcIAL Awr BY WU gamelny food fishes in countless numbers 0 are we
S< -m tevith Street. PIon" 4M beckoning, as it were, to those with rod.: of close
SJ. P. SAWnlL P MI AMI. F. and reel; her bosom flecked with duck ERS i
< w i**S f4aeee aa. and coot and snowy-winged sea birds, N enviab
I which sit about as if for the sport of pa
J SFaor Comfort, bobbing upon her waves; watch that 0 FIR
S3FWo PleUasre, lubberly old white headed pt lican per-he
a RestAny4
For a Rest, a fat mullet, and that fish hawk -tr..g- s*
3TRY g!ing upward with his floundering load ders fot
D e^ l l 4d he snatched from the water.a e
*efiyCN- : See the beautiful launches, spick and a ilAeC
Sb.ltc. .Bh ow, X.h i tS y m- span, their hampers and lockers bulging PLACI
U Poprt or "" o' with refreshments both solid an liquid S
aMoesm Upet-lte g* ng U 0Specialt
W-- *AOMOtUOAT1W I Rt lM.9D readv for a cruise upon her beautiful pecl
I I T N O e i s 9 o D yA l l w (
-- a8-- SP"Mbyweek surface Takeout your field glass and0 hours il
** sweep the river from Ormoud bridge toN
tt Ponce Park light house, then say a
3H o "e .tel P alm 9 whether the Halifax isn't a thing of 40
W I l beauty and a joy forever, and one of 0
y Mloderte Batt4>.t.ritnd location. Adjoins Fanmous "Poin- 1 the modern wonders.
NW4 yo xpec" W s -'-Trt<>ic.il Mpleindor of Fruits and Flow- I I East
te firw hours further Mouth 1)' train or boat that comes i T. Be clhmtingtiv Picturesque Ridgewood .
oklcet. The 1 butl. t PaIlAi Beach Boat Line lands at Hotel .. -B
mema Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
19019910mon l gm a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
suggeg.U@sememeu4m- nsesininee and the wide-spreading branches of the --*O*l
Si ^St. AugUtitne, a heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their .
La iAd.lCNrl _AlA ko Florida. giant arms across this magnificent vista,
.y t. All Mode. Improvements. forming an arch, and from these extend-
%m Ny HnoWl. All Modern Improvemnwns. 0
U ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
hSSSSS?*'., e Accommodations for 300 Guests sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
DfAY. OpenJan. lstrtoMalat. Write for Illu.- fan them. Looking straight ahead down
tra*t~d -Booklet.2 ,i .*
AI MACOWELL P ritor U this white shell street oale has the im- u -
I AprE ,Ie-tors. I
|ll---------I pression of a fairy path with elfish dra-
---- i--peries. but as you move along and cast
.- an eye first to the right and then to the
S2 i left you see distinguished cottage homes
in the most delightful settings. The ho
waa recel
s lurpasslng beauty ot Our Cottage HoMes. Wheeler,c
0 No one of Daytona's attractions, per- at the Ul
haps commands more nearly universal has been
Me "Boom*--** o" attentionn arid praise than dt,'s the artis- scary repa
... tic cottage. The owners of these charm- the dry (lc
i ~ ~ li : .... :t,.-a .,d frc...... ....... ....... .. t ,p 1.... __


WFEL PER~KINS
ta WASHINGiTON81sm.
MIA~eOREOON
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aI t" e Duateasand
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in ei'ery roomt
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tectural plans and build upon them.and


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Aft emi at s faytest and theOW&
t aroe od dafly parade and the b ig : -
ow is free as the par artesian i il11
water fromu the thoaad flowing wells.
It a continuous show with constantly -
shifting scene. You will probably catch
the spiMrit and when you do the roads Arriva's at The Bennett yesterday:
and the beach are yours. The Florida E. S. Foster, Penn ; J. P. White and
sunshine is free, the balmy ocean wife, Miss White, Walton, N, Y.; Mrs. '
breeesm are free, the birds and squirrels J- C. Smyth, Ormond, Fla.; Mras. R. M. I
and flowers are free, the sparkling Whitney, Olean, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. L.
fountain water is free and you will have L. Stone, Rochester, N. Y.
to go down in your wallet only for coin -
for the auto and bed and board.
This is no fanciful picture; it's all The Prince George.
here. It is drawing other thousands Arrivals at the Prince George on
and holding thornem enthralled, it will Tuesvday were: A. Penrose, Chicago;
charm and hold you. Come and see. Mrs M. S. Metcalf, Tarrytown, N. Y ;!
Mrs. Frank S. Sullivan, New York City:
.0U ^*-U*U*@E@U.U---***@U Harry J. Pearl, Syracuse, N. Y.; Peter
_ L t jJ. Howe, swego, N. Y.; J. A. Crowe.


ITw YE 5H"rtford City, Iowa. 4


Li i ,.vLI!

odak Shop.--
ire not Portrait Artiste, nor
Art Dealers but 10 years
e attention to the KODAK-
needs baa won for us the
le reputation of b-ing
I
S- CLASS FINISHERS.
Mone desiring good work and
attention paid to their or-
r Developing and Printing,
t itatLESESNE'S KODAK
E, the only shop in town
sakes the Kodak Work a
ty.
ork finished in 24 hours, 12
f necessary.


H. LESESNEI-
tman Kodak Dealer,
iach street, n'air :kI Ave.,
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. *
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'useboat "le'liance," which
ntly bought by Thomas S.
of ['laintield, N. .., is now
tot Dry D)ok, %ihere sli.
udildergn)ing some nec''s
kirs. Sie will remain at
ock until further notice
owner. Mrs. 1) A. Blodl-
g to the unpire ,ared con
the ''"Reliane," gave uip


as the architecture of one section of the her contemplated cruise aboard her
country differs from the architecture of
another so do our homes differ in out- 'Fresh Michelin tires; all firsts.
ward appearance and structural beauty no seconds. For sale at the Atlantic
from one another. There are noimonooto- Motor Car (Co. and Central Garago
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings tf
but the eye, a. it sweeps by, is treated j v. D)r. A. J. Na-t, ,f ('i,,i'
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps nati, ()hio, who has been a gt'.,t ,,i
the mind wondet-ring ""What next" .1 N. ( [amble at D)aVtona I('-acl !.
Streets and Pavements the Most and B'st. the past t%%o or three vaeek-. V if
"l'u Tuesday o l is llstet11 l i''ll.
Why the Architect (of thle I universe Rev. Mr. Nat, i ,.t t ',r ,f
chose to give to Daytona the most ad- (ert'nan reliji, aIl ,rP ]t .\ ,,, i -
mirable, the most ,pictut'-lue natural Methit r .
setting of all the cities (of tlhe South is gee Metod ara r it I
not revealed but that such is a fact be oe our ea an tot ,i
must be apparent to their most superficial h a '
observer. WNith such lavili wealth of plase with aytona and li
--* provement while here thl ii 11 t :. ;,.
natural beauty it became an easy thing r again this winter f,r tl t, ,,
for the hand of man to give the little rgi th wit frt'.
.. .... .. ......l..l .. ... b-. .. ig rest and I e sr n V .


fnishinmg touches Wh. l Ila% '(n t + i ,,
out the colors and outlines of the big
picture.
Man did all thi, in the laying out of
the streets with th'ir wide margins of
package, the entire city becomes a
great park
And as for pavements, pavemenLs
that look and act like granite,-where
else between the eastern and western
seas are so many miles in proportion to
inhabitantits? Till some unheard-of
l)lact, reports more and better, Daytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Squirrels. Flioers. Birds and Fruits.


A 1 1 B> i k>,! \I: (' "- 1 ':
the stolen g),ids were not 1 ,iii,
Insure with ". N. (',nia'l in i ,
Mar ;Ilaid (Ca-,uat t' y }.,1a I a t V ,ii
they will pay fir the g' ;',leI
and catch the Ii'rgla. *,7- i.
-'1esirable building 1,', a' S:l, r
Beach, near Automobile 'lu b l.'t-e.
for sile at attractive prices. .\IAi'
to T. E. Fit/geral. tf
Ignorant. but Careftul.
frl', s ofI US," s;:liil1 ;| ,", Hlll'k'- "[! 'r'
nu-iils e 1 ii-i. l: ; r >it i'' c i '
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h itat-x-cr ones shortcomings andwn,, on. .t 1 at' .
however it'ditTertitt or tve (callous oneI
mayno to inin-i wrmn souil ;as he was seated, to .'. up ,.
may be to mtranfy things, thio mere men- ne the knives at the ri, at ,,if is
tion of ',squirrels and tljttrs. birds ano piate aud began to try their t'd.es a..
-. : 11 -- _.,, l .., .., T- .t.. -i % ,y, __,, I 1 1


I _
I
* Schmidt's Hotel.
p
* At Schmidt's Hotel the arrivals yes
terday were: C. A. Miles, A. P. Wat-
kins, Jacksonville; Miss B. W. Owen,
J. Russell, New York City; Mr and Mrs.
J. L. Finfrock and children, Daytou, 0.;
SMr. and Mrs. John Coykendall, Newark,
SN. J.; Geo N. Ozias and son, Dayton,
SOhio; John Bohmer and wife, Indianap-
Solis, Ind ; A. W. and J. C. Keaholt.
SSpringfield, Ill.; M A. Shaffer and
mother, Albany, N. Y.; 0. H. Pelton.
Lake Helen.


P The Despland.
N Arrivals at The Despland yesterday
were: Wm. R. Gary and wife, Mrs. W.
SA. Bunker, New Baltimore, N Y.; A
ST Cook, Louisville; Mrs. D C. Keith,
Miss M. D. Halley, Brockton, Mass.; A.
I W. and J. C. Keaholt. Springfield, Ill.
I Sidney Woodward and quartette of
entertainers, all colored, of Jacksonville,
gave a pleasing concert at the Iesplaud
Sunday evening.
Maurice, the mystic magician, gave
an hour's entertainment at this hotel
Monday night.


The Ridgewood.
Sidne'y Woodward arid troupe, of
Jacksonville, entertained at The Ridge-
1L. >r nd 1 \l Aflnv eveflninz.


N(w arrivals yesterday were: Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Rudge. Mr and Mrs. A.
It. Fu.,ter, Lincoln, Neb.; George W.
Ozias and son, Dayton, Ohio; G. R.
Fiarnz, .Jack.onville; Mr. and Mrs (Geo.
M. Eggleston, Blston; Mr. and Mrs. N.
.1 Alsn, Mis Clara Alsen, R. J. Alsen.
.I. \ ltl.aittre. Mr. and Mrs J. W
hia:gd(,in, Minneapolis; Miss Burritt.
ltit.t, N. Y.; Mrs. H. L. DeForest, San-
f,.!., Hlenry V. Marsh, Springfield.
Ma-s., Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Holder, Mi-s
Edtith 1E. Holder, East Proidence. R.I ;
\\. lK. Kinyon, Minnesota.

IT WAS A FINE COD.
A Little Story of William M. Chase, the
Portrait Painter.
Several years ago I had a studio at
IIatntueriuith and was hurrying it.,
L.,oitn one morning to transact soie
business. Just as I swung around a
cornerr occupied by a fishmwonevr's
market miy eye was attracted to H
ii: tKiiti'ent cod stretched out for ex-
hilirion on a clean slab of white mnar-
lie. Whatever my mood for color w;'i
that mnourning, that fish completely fit
ted anal tilled It. I must pahit It, 1 de-
a ld.'d.
I ,aile.d out the proprietor and told
hint \\ hat I wanted. I was a bachv'.,r.
I vx,;:Ained,. and did n,,t want to iuy
tl, I.i:i fish. T I nly wl v Ihd the ia t ,f
it tas .a mlu l., t'<,;d I rent it?
"()w. n.wv. sir," ho said. with true
Hriti-h s '' li'' '. "Ill t ev'r revnt niav
I.,l.' i' u .i''e. It's Satitardav, too, s"l
Ili inu'-t s il t ia t1da y. sir."
II,," \ fr. I 'x.llalni t!,e l-1i f,,r ,iiyt a fevw hours, and di-
r*"'.tIv we Mtru.k it lnkirgalu. If after
t%%, li',urs I still wvishtd t.) keep tlih
t.::h I sih-uld !,uy it. At the end of tht.
st'lLuat'ed time the boyv (ame. I wa.-
n,,t quite finishbod. "In a few 1anlautes,"
I sanl., and when I 1,,ked up h- w.as
.-', 'lte.
S!.,,rt;*v afterwardd the pr,,prle'tor
,n.-. ti',t,,einZ itn atd Ioeeping u'v(r
.' -!, ,ilAder' I '-,u'!d hla r ini sofrt'.y
s r..rI+. anid I said n ,rt fow i1 lute now.In. In a few tllInute,'."
"I',:i't 'inrry. -ir: din'tt 'urrvy." h
urged -'She's gett n'' 11n! Ill'l1 takt.
I 1. ...1 ,,.


HOTEL DESPLA


L Now Open for Seasm 39o08.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and MaN i n.
Greatly Enlarged since last MMon. Cui ad Sd go r E L
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SEvery Modemrn Convenience. Sad for Bookk
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DAYTONA. FLORIDA.


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TIHE MIDDLE OF APRIL, PROVIDING
THERE ARE ENOUGH GUESTS WISH-
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George


Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,


D AYTIONA,


FLORIDA.
-NOW OPEN


REFURNISlIED AND RENOVATED
THROUGHOUT


COOLEST SPOT IN DAYTONA, LOCATED RIGHT ON RIVER FINT
i SAME MANAGEMENT AS "THIE BRISTOL," ASBURY PARK, N.J.



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Modern and First=class Rooms, en suite with Private Baths.
Entire White Service. Northern Cooking.
ailrn R.%ort.Ih.,el-. A H I. LANE, Proprietors.
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THE STILLMAN
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, D. R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
Facing The Halifax. Hall Hh.ok frdm Stores and Postoftke.
.~Modern Impro-cments. hitch Hclp. Northern Cbe ..
Terms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application.
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W \. FOul'/, l.'iti',i.'.i. DAYTONA. FLORIDA
a he Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
a Very Highest (irade,
'lea.-iia anil sati;fyirig the n),st particular people.
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SVEL+ .KNOWN AND POPULAR. DAYTONA, FLORIDA. 2
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Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River.
0 A Homelike andi (',,iifrtahie [luue. First-cla8s In All Resptects -
('. C'l. AMBEII IN. lPrprietor.

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