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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 18, 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: VID00346
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
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Por O Lw ionoa;i 1d i the om thr verdi had lakeny would like t oe ot atn thr
U. AS EaXPECTED SO TSEY SADY;I. VOESHS EAdY
7%we m e otb Mikely, beside Mr.
Alma rer, wo would belad ould uthe
n tty of i dbed lu the bgdege (By f united Press] Editor hDaily News: 'fhe count of Wednesday evening ib
questi before t biir fellow NASHVILLE, Ten ,nMarch 1-Fail- In your paplr of the 16th you ask the Bush and Safford piano contest
Y all means wng the Represnt- ing to reach an agreement after twenty- "has the season closed at Pa!:r Bach" i showed a remarkable vote, nearly 130.-
giaL evet; boel do you good and a wbiff for hours the jury in the Cooper-Sharp Far be it from closing, for it has been '000 by tre -Daytona High School, while
of ocea air and t&e s5t1 of your Glert, murder cae reported to Judge Hart, and is one of the best seasons Palm the Elks for the first tine felladown, the
tre and will do i this morning thatthey were so divided Beach has ever ad, and there are still alifax ifes trething the lead they
cood. Teopportimity for the exche that a verdict is hardly likely. The enough people in one hotel at Palm already have on the Antlered Herd
of suh recipruai enjoyments should Court announced his intention of keep- Beach to fire ll up everything in Daytona, The Coored Industrial school had an
so be missed Ing them together for a week or two in and with there finale of the Florid: chani- unusually 1rge vote, about 24,000.
the hope of reaching a verdict. pioa ship at golf, other sports open, outside of Daytona the Wilmans
As eleven of the jury are farmers and such as tennis, fishing, yachting, otor ra Honuse had its usual large vote.
dthe time for spring work near, the Mboad cingkAc. while bth the Kingston and Seabreeze
CARLETI II AT elyondw spri work nearthathretc.
riourt's determination may influnee an There are many left at Palm Beach schools voted fairly heavy, the Sea.
early erdit Should the verdict be ad- who are waiting fo the aytoa oat breeze school eig now in second place
versar to the defendants the court's Constitution,which, like the town, is a th in.
alM m O u actio may be i vital issue in the appeal too sm gll to take care of those here who
L T O CL that is sure to be taken. would like to see Daytona before r-
[Florida could ube more boosters of

All hearts war n at the memory of the Maddock type. Glad to be as sured
eJoeph Jeff er ro, .e great actor ho m thnt oie that there is still gbod Yankee ;,ickin-,
gn ity on and off the sta was one of at P. B. Right you are hat there art

Sgreat charms, and how fitting is the ASSAU TED people enough in one hotel to fill up
i for ths worty caue that W. T. ing for some time to house t he urgir t at
Carle to. the eminlent operatic be riooho, throngs of people who want to sae ta heh ; Ut, d Pre A.
.whose name is a household word from prettiest city in Florida" w without bo r- WASHIN ON, March f The
Maine to California, will give a soug re- By United Prass. rowing from her delightful neighbor ( ,n !i, s g -d e
cital at the Palmetto Club on Saturday BUFFALO, N. Y., March 1S.-Louis the south. If you could have se l en .the" d fhe time Wh en the pr syned
evening, 20h inst, cnsistingOf Is Schambo, assistant chief of detectives look of despair on faces as they drovl a y hea ent a efor
Scotch, English ad Welsh songs and a for the Pennsylvania Railroad, was set from hotel to hotel to e informed "full i

ecdina wrtm the Barwrack houseeo n .isaere th e i
ads ofudyad Iipiflvett music b rILbly beaten. The hospital surgeons season was to the gool. athAog th"henrl democatswl, soe cutd are
Walter pamroeclh* and other eminent believe him to be fatally hurt. 1 News columns for notices of cnlarged see radical, a 'lokcr" is looked for in the
oslciaans Mr Carleton will also recite facilities for ncxt season. Editor Daily ifo
an original poem by Joseph Jefferson Nevk- i I ,irts are heard, and a flood of amend-,
and tell aneedote9A of hris stage career, ri~t-iits art, expected from that source
the character of 'Rip." Tickets 51 00 Ii neral debate ill begin Monday,
h n 4 at llankins'drustore.I fta1IoEHand the progreae depends largely on the,
each,o t I"nkis' drugtore. attitun ,of the democrats, as all, even
11 ll =- .. .,, ..,. Leader Champ Clark. were kept in corn-

_.a_.._ E ni... / 1/ lI iltro(Iueed by Payne. Their plan of
WU L l--" p:,i, i.J no yet determined.
......NESThe Lyceum Comedy Company, after It i t
DRD completing the week here will re .ov.e
O NA ..... i to Daytona Beach, where they will play t, i r
S-uz9,555 alOf next weekhaving seured the NEW YORK, Marth 1' It i+ he
.1,6,9 privilege of erecting their tent on a lot lived here that the conflicting inter m l. llLlElEll
1,212,893 on Grandview. just 1orth of Scabreeze vies given out by Harrimlan, t PI
I,015,110 Javenue This tent, which is a new one, dent, Cal. l:rst night had for their prr- r
213,73S i they will then have thoroughly water- pose of discovering what effct a rep'rt PASStr AW AY.
AJ I ,'Mwjf in i rn~ of rain. and they will of hai retirement would have on \ls


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Beda TtrOusM Held Msemi" 3r
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NMOS AE TO K SET S

The Bond Trusteea held a meeting
yesterday to pas upon certain business
pertaining to the boad insue. There is
no hitch anywhere in any of the pro-
ceedias. When you consider that
Daytmoa Ik on the Southeast Atlantic,
that the W. R Compton Company. who
were te successful bidders, are in the
West, and that in all such transactions
the "East" is necessarily reckoned with,
and that there is almost endless "red
tape," the public will let Liace do
her perfect work 11
You will have better idea o t .uitua-
tion by reading a telegr n red yes-
terday by Secretary F. N. CoEad: "I
understand bonds were shipped yester-
day. Full instructions regarding execu-
tion." Signed, W. R. Compton.
A letter, also received yesterday,
states that the company are doing all
they can to hasten the delivery of the
water works bonds. The treasurer of
tne company, Thos. N. Dysart, writes,
sending the usual identification certifi-


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Among the most mjoymb@ m-i m.
tertainments of the sm the Ui
party and luomeom, giv yr rt by
Mrs. Gae B. Seaim., at go-l dalM
Seamen homw, aM Busm Ba d g"
o e of fleting hours eams f dped
cheer and earemd ,inr
The cbaro q r gh-se w -a- 4p Ib h
ble, bridge o g 6 .th p-em, dd i o
guests enteredAiMDlto e pe-- ge----Mi
with an uuat ua.m quite hp1g1 d
contagios.
The first favor, a bueb of ulonghm-r
med pansies, was justly awarded Ms.
A B. Foster; while the smMw fedro, a
bunch of violets, was captured by Mrn.
A. H. Kling.
At one o'clock the gustos were r hd
with a delightful luncheon wb was
thoroughly enjoyed by everybody. The
colors were green.


MRS. MURRAY B. AULTMAR.


cation receipt for- payment of pur- Mrs. M. B. Aultma charmmingly peter.
chase price, etc., with instructions stained yesterday afternoon from 2:30 to
to forward same to New York, when 5:30 o'clock. Her reception roon w
the bonds are executed and returned to exquisite in decorations betting the
the United States Mortgage and Trust day and there was a distinctmive pr
Company for certification, like air about it all.
Tte bonds will be forthcoming in the Mrs. AuHman choose as ber divws
next few days. "500," and she made the aftelloon
speed as on wings so well did s pin
and carry out the little program.
Each guest was presented a green flag
and shamrock as favors.
The first prise fell to Mrs. J. D. C.
AN INVITATION I Morris, while Mrs. B. Church was the
lucky winner of the second.
III ll l \ The afternoon was pronounced one of
TO the pleasant social events of the present
season and Mrs. Aultman has placed her
friends under renewed obligations for
The Racing Committee of the Auto- the St. Patrick Day entertainment with
mobile Club desire to extend to Ormond its refreshments so delightfully served.
as well as Seabreeze and Daytona Beach
an invitation to join in the autopohbile h.
parade announced for Wednesday morn-
ing at 9 o'clock from the City Hall. MRS. E. L. POTTER.
Get busy now and plan for the (dtuor- 4 (ne of the prettiest entertainments of
nations for this spectacular feature of the thie day and one that will linger long In
races will be orne of the nlio.t intcTrestini, the memory of the happy participants
events of the carnival week. j was a reception tendered her friends yeo-
The Halifax li\vcr Bridge C Cnmpany t.rday by Mrs. E. L. Potter, of Ocean
has generously announced that thtir boulevard, Seabreeze.
bridge is free for the paral.- and you The reception was in honor of Mes-
need not bother about y,,ur po( ket ,lanie.s P H. Ingalls, of Hartford Comn.,
change. Just dike out in flying~ colors and A. Ii. Imrbusch, of Milwaukee, Wis.
and join the procession. Mrs. Potter received her friends at the
Take the precaution to, snii in your Country Club, an ideal place for suLh a
name to Chairman White of thee racing function, and the afternoon was all the
committee and he will give you a num- ; (harming hostess and her friends could
ber and assign 3ou a position in the pa- ask for, everything conspiring to make
rade. the occasion the most pleasant.


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BEWACHt STR.EET.


SEA BKEEZIFMarch IS-Oranges
wmad genthe streets for 60cents,
pe M yeseday.
Mr. V4*hocr's new residen ce on the
b-a',b isunudy for the plasterers
Tbefraimeaf Mrs Ii-iharn's bun~ga-
low. c Vas V.1ew street, L, up &and worki.
Mr. mOW Mn. Thoarass)aughtrty U
faa Franciso. Cal.. ltave leiu.wd t
Paboc~k hcA.w, on Pint-wo(..d averiu#..r
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lhlart~dale's cement, W(rk
B. F. Martindale west to ianf-r.,rdtA~
&aY.
Tomn Daugherty is b'iildlug a rttair.
ing wall on the [IN. Howard L.-, Gran j
Mr. Wells has purchaz-Ad twc. 25 f--
ksts on the ocean front G-.it-Jv~-W a%,,-
The plat is being gruvi a* rid ru& -
anid later cottage %a.? 1-4--*rut f-, f
the cunvenie net- of thie ~d1i:., t.~ y-
ing the ocan.
August Skcbaidtt, of L-. .. "I
Las purchased of W 1 ) Aag ,Lfr t2.
bbank 20, on Haiifax a. (-Lu.-. L, ar I.
vi~raatv. a nrier front V I.ICu-:,1 (..r
a little over an acre -,!goun MI
Exliu-itt expects to buit~d a f.A-ar%1
rc*Wezic-P on this cL'.irt pit-ce-e'f ,.*-
erty in time for L(t Vt 'I;:f:-, ,4tUT120r'
Among recent arn va-- att tW -P.-;.Lc-'-
lase" n- reF. T. a S .1r cud -a
('ianro ic*P ~Smith rI j* L', : i Ia
"wrdeni M k -- E L1.R,IsA C IP .
Mrs. K C rkuW.Li Ws 't 1w~). C


TO,.*R--rht Hind Stats.
(obner-vant itrttet cnr -,,.: u r
effect that the rh~i: h a: '. 1,-are a
ways Atkd first. lee tuud r4 tar(c4u!,
for this except (,nl the tife-rv tbut. a,!
most jserm(Js are- right hziuhd axid ac-
cu~ttoned to tur7 .iig t., thu- rtg1At. it
might tee simply 1f.-i-re --f haMt


GLOBE


DAYTONA, FLA.


Goo. w. Ozi-s, apmm--no mfat-
ne of Dayto., Obhkarrived uiDa-
tos Tmesday aad i asa iwtof his
friend Adam Sh-at&.
.i im Martha Jonsm wboha, boe
v'isitina with Mr. and Mm Win.
Win. Hall on North Beach tret,
returned te Orange City Wedue.-
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AtwmysadCameflmat
j Y~*I St~oa" md denal Courts 0
VR E WWPOS"WPKE


T. IL tZ F. OA teS
FITZGERALD A OATES


Attr-e'S and Counsellors at Law
4 Wanted to cormpo"d or BM Special Fa-ities for Examining &Ld
Sparties interested in lemming Ope Perfe.i Lald .Titles.
paHoue next GraamThp.. Oee in Conrad Buiding. Phone ] 2x
,.House next vveamooGrahams Tbo=P-

(1. A. KLOCK, M. D.,
M.UmS. M. Dobbina& dauahter of i WSqAN AM SUMM N
1 i n to^** T 1AMoeU Wtatd h K.M. Ferza. M. 0.
the late John H L. Loephra, mar- pII. attntlon gtI\-u 0to ,i--i:.- ,'.1
eJ yesterday to their place at the tee K i&ar.-FNo,-a rid Ti-ri n:)d
Btepfuhr homweead on the I'ein- office Hourin 7 o .
omo Ho : 7 !,, :,.*-,.. I t.a 4I.,,
sula Tbey will begin o the l nd7ltlp.m. Ph4,:r2.. ,*-s
erection of a new home on the river. -O_ o O -


I F. Humphrey has purchased
Of J. G. Brown, through the Nor-
man S Daytona Real Estate Agency,
a lot at the corner of Ridgewood
and Fremont avenue, the ml. be-
ing made Wednesday. Mr. Hum-
phrevs intends to build a dwelling
for himself and family on the
property.


E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
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IDAYTONA BEACH. March 18 -Mrs.
Alex Heime syeho-therapist, of Dew-
ver, Ccluo.. is spending a abort time in
O the burg
Recent arrivals at The Seaside Inn
1 ,r(e H.T. Cady and wife, Omaha, Neb.;
: L. A. Buihnel and wife, Cincinnati; N.
L. M,':-, Nicholasville, Ky ; Mr. and
.** M-,t- WVL. L Thompson and aoo, East
-.... I v-,,cJl. Ohio; Miss Mary Dickey,
*li h.i:,g,- VW. Va; F. A. Prevor and
VI6 L ''* uth. Min*.; C. F Latimer and
1INN wi.:. Ahl.d, Wq.
%\ I Knight is having his froot yard.
'A6 E'. .: V : street, graded to the level of
t .. a j AiLing property on the north.
M.- -lames Laiblin and Jackman. who,
w.-r their families, are speeding the
ortabie. ;uter at Idlewild cottage, have re-
.ned from a week's outing at Palm


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$2 -3 I'LI' DAY AN\D P
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HORACE STEWART
IAYTONA I.rBACH. I'JID\L

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IS..a,h.
Silvertein. who has spent the
..:-r Hitt Mr. beardkley, on Valley
-l:'. i-, i'-ft y'!terday for his borne, at
L'uiut:,. linrn.
L;,A. L. George and mife. of Mont
,.'S J. N J.; Mr and Mrs. Henry Sal-
,; :, ,f &flFtou. N. J ; Thomas Smith
.,. J2,-htvr-ir-law Mrs. F. H. Smith.
."'w York, are pleasiantly located at
}'.:. ;-u:-l.
Abrharn Steffey and wife, of Sheri-
(da:. lid arLived from St. Peterbburg
la:-t eight, and have taken rooms in the
[iOLbard apartment house. Mr. and
\V--. St ffv .spent a wirnto-r on kidict-


ROY HOWE,
Physician and S
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DAYTONA, SEABREEZE, ORMONDA
Ice for Boats Deliveredn at any Dock-J-,L
OFFICE-Rear of Schaat Plant. l


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WE ARE SOLE AGENT PFORt


>E l Famous Royal Scarletand Crte .0
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RI '80 _I O f Iu uIneir t shor
W W*-~4 4k aiatx Rh 81 pbalftm -lien face; no oae
Sili- wrtred a high-power ta-tomo
W-, dor. the broad t-- oat wave.
L'M-MI'Iu or 1E Suiter mik wbd and surf-packesd ad but rfal-
A ?A 1%.o bet of Y d that i tt Is a world-bebter, a world-
a ryj will poMt, W gioi wmGder. Go stand upon this wide
Sedway anmd me the happy ouls flit
Inem with t habf. Ono by by i JoyoMs mood, and answer whether
tWill be i with n thib isnot one of Abe seven modern
wanders.
_____________ .The MANl. Pludi Hi HOW River.
IIi ; QWhere think you is water with more
1pictaesque surroundings? Nearly a
So-. le wide, fringed with tropical vegeta-
m1 N Mi i a i tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
l VWUlI S !1^*s,^ ve randa's looking out upon her bosom,
e' ruct"&Amm wsI I. gamey food fishes in countless numbers
U S M --ifkWtcbt PhtManm beckoning, as it were, to those withyrod
S P. < AML, itr. anIA and reel; her boson flecked with duck
at NW-andd coot and snowy-winged sea birds,


I which sit about as if for the sport of
Fr CmfIort, bobbing upon her waves; watch that
l F PIOSrM lubberly old white headed p, lican pc,".h
FPO a Ret, a fat mullet, and that fish hawk stil g-
TRY gling upward with his floundering load
De o d a he snatched from the water.
~~~a BSw 8ee the beautiful launches, spick and
is. I NBw,~~~w rfsQW rPpan, their hampers and lockers bulging
aP"- re '" Crvsm s 1 with refreshments both solid an liquid
a Meb,. Up Sa upo
AOMMOeArn ON (MOMl y ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
---- "-- W-hyw-s surface Take out your field glass and


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sweep the river from Ormoud bridge to
SPonce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
Beauty and a joy forever, and one of
the modern wonders.
' T EAmclmtaU ly PIcturesque Ridgewoed.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of


11 "Hotel Palm Beach."
Iwle Rafts, ( Gnd LocatUon. Adjolin Famous "PotE-
ir i to '---TuplcaIl plhendor of rrult *and Flow-
6Illr htLr teountb by train or Mrt that comes
ft. T e il tesu PaimI Bleach Bot Lline lands at Hotel


WWWUWUUUW a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
------- -----, and the wide-spreading branches of the
SL.. A -IAt- A1h heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
SM A X I A Florida. gi t aris across this magnificent vista,
L Mforming an arch, and from these extend-
AU. ld ve mat.i ead arms great festoons of Spanish moss
A olmB odtiovk fcr 300 Gests sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
*AYV. (Oljn Jan. 1st to Ma t t. Write for IllUs- I fan them. Looking straight ahead down
trn Book (et. 0m this white shell street one has the im-
eue- u So pression of a fairy path with elfiph dra-
L_- peries, but as you move along and cast
m-an eye first to the right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage homes
in the most delightful settings.
RrppuSMg B uty ot Our Cottage Homes.
No one of Daytona'a attractions, per-
haps commands more nearly universal
attention and praise than does the artis-
S-- -- -- tic cottage. The owners of these charm-
1O-l--- -----TSFi IN Hing villas h.ilufrom every corner of the
_CJ *I I _T EAT 3 country and they bring their own archi-


Rinod'it'hd est a cost of
$150,000
Hot mod Cald Rum--- Water amd I
I0staace 'Phom~ s la Reams.
SRIom1490 i with Haiti
Si iiv I4' o1 t-11 Suitt,
H..'ats $1.1 1im. ,1 1 1d U ti
.,Itun'&U IIning H
in th h.'tounitrv. iu fanuous I nd
a!ft'. Notod ior S Sr%-e.- *,amd Cuis
McCiuitock & Bayfleld, Pr


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b anu tho tim the bawnbh
kfo frtM e&W a free and 7ow have
to g 4at to "ayr WS*s t onl t coe
aeo tme a ld had and bM rd.
Thfisso n fsa dful pure; it's all

ber. It I drawing other thousands
and Lh4drlg them emthralled, It will
charb and bold ou. Come and see.




IStrictlye


i a Kodak Shop.--.. i
3 We are not Portrait Artists, nor 3
are we Art Dealers but 10 years *
of close attention to the KODAK-
2 ERS needs has won for us the
enviable reputation of being U

meFIST CLASS FIOMSflMS n
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O Anyone desiring good ork and M
strict attention paid to their or-
Sders for Developing and Printing,
* willgetitatLESESNE'S KODAK
PLACE, the only shop in town
* that makes the Kodak Work a
a Specialty. -
* All work finished in 24 hours, 12
_ hours if necessary.


iRo. H LESESNE '
SEastman Kodak Dealer,
* Beach Street, near ad Ave.,
* DAYTONA, FLORIDA. m
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Capt. Geo. A. Rowe returned l.y
train Wsdnesday from Miami, to
which place he had Iiloted the
cruising yacht, "Loiterer," on her
way to New Orleans, she having re-
cently been sold to a party at that
place.
*Fresh Michelin tires; all firsts.
V 1 A I *


tectural plans and build upon them,and no secon"U. Por sale at tie Atlantic
as the architecture of one section of the Motor Car Co. and Central garagee
country differs from the architecture of if
another so do our homes differ in out- Mrs Theo Sngstak, of Davtona
ward appearance and structural beauty each, returned from alm Beach
from one another. There are noinonoto- Wednesday, to which place she had
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings accompanied her son, )r. E. P. E
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated S a ife for a fe ds
Sa aleids i h e wih e Seingstak, and wife f,,r a few days'
to a kaleidoscopic change which keep visit l)r. and Mrs. Sengstak co(n-
the nmnd wondering "What next! i
the mind wondering at nexttinued on to their hoe at Jakso-
Streets and Pavements the Most and Best. v ile.


Why the Architect of the Iniverse
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
* must be apparent to the most superficial
observer. With such lavi-h wealth of
natural beauty it became an easy thing
for the hand of man to give the little
finishing touches which have brought
out the colors and outlines of thei big
picture.


ilain Man did all this in the laying out ,f
alne K the streets with their wide margins of
Ps parkage, the entire city becomes a
great park
And as for pave.rennts, pavements
that look and act like granite,-wherv
else between the eastern and western
seas are so many miles in proportion to
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of
place reports more atil better, D)aytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Squirrels. Flowers. Birds and Fruits.
XV-.#_--- imt.,' -Ji rttomin7 r41 and


'A Bl i BtI I,.AIu CA( oiir- -lunt
the stolen goods were not found.;
Insure with F. N. Conrad in thlie
Marvland Casiialtv ('nomininv anii


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Yesterday'arrival at Tie Ri
wood were: Mr Wm. Olivr ad A.
Paul Oliver. Philadelpha.


Yesterday's arrival at TbeRidgewOod j
were: Nm. WV. Oliver, A. Paul Oliver,
Philadelphia; W. H. Adkins, AtLsta;: ,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Lyon, Buffalo: i
8 C. Boyleston, Jacksonville; F. W. :
Millenberger, Cleveland. :
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Schmldt's Hotel. ;
New arrivals at Scbmidt's Hotel yese.
terday were: W. J. Blocklidge, Ander- 4
son, Ind.; Mrs M. J. Reeve, Elizabeth,1
N. J.; Ms. E. L. Wilson, Mrs. F. W.!4
Munn, Miss L. A. Hent, Newark, N. J.;'
Joe L. Earman, Jacksonville; T. L.
Vickers, Brooklyn.


The Bennett.
New arrivals at The Bennett yester-;
day were: M. AbrahamSteffey and wife, i
Sheridan, Pa ; George A. B. Robinson
and wife, nurse anJ two kids, St. Louis;:
Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. B. Senter, MissI
Ernestine Seater, Herbert P. Senter, Co- I
lumbus, Ohio; Mr and Mrs. W. H. Pear4-
son, N. Y.
Prof. C. P. Saldanah, a Hindoo mystic
gave a very entertaining performance of
his art in the "Living Room" at The
Bennett last night.


The Prince George.


The following are yesterday's arrivals
at The Prince George: A. J. Kilpat-
rink, E. A. Sturzenegger, New York;
M. F. W. Reason and wife, Metuchen,
N. J.; Mr. and Mr. Henry L. Lyon, Buf-
falo.
It. J. Kilpatrick driver of the "Red
Devil," is a guest at The Prince George.
Last year in the Jamacia speed trials he
made a great record, -iving over a'
rough road a mile in 38 2-5 seconds, two
miles in 1.19 1-5 He won the Herld,
placque, a silver cup, and the Jefferson !
DeMont Thompson cup at Stroudsburg
Pa. lie won the Pocono gold cup in,
1- 2 .5 seconds, a mile straightaway I,
Last summer be won the Canadensia
hill climb, I mile in 23 1-5. He started
n the last Vanderbilt cup race but in


the fourth lap withdrew in good posi-
tion because of a broken clutch. The
"Red Devil" has been rebuilt for the
Daytona races, and the owner, Mr. Kil-
patrick, believes her capable of even
greater speed.
"~enator" W. J. Morgan has made his
reservations at The Prince (Reorge.
He Obeyed.
Murat Halstead, the great Journalist
ol' war times, went to General William
'r. Sherman's headquarters once for
the "latest news from the front." lial-
istead was armed with many fine Intro-
ductory letters, but decided to rely
mainly on one given hltnby Thomas
Ewin, Sherman's brother-in-law. He
fouud the general and presented
Ewing's letter. The general opened It
vumewhat impatiently, read a few
Uines, folded it and said:


-- ........ .Ah you come from Ewing, and you
they will pay for the goods stolen "Ah, you come from Ewing, and you
and catch the burlar. desire to have 'all the latest news.' the
next probable move' of cour army, eh'?
J [ 1Hsh wa-% itt the itv We, Well, there's a train leaving this town
for Cincinnati at 2 o'clock. Here. take
nesday. Mr. Rush caine in 1 oesday this ticket and step over there and get
evening but went to Port Orange your dinner ind then get on that
and spent the night with his train."
parents. lie reports his fatht-r, "W\\!. but, General Sherman"- be-
Rev ,J. iK uisih as in very tpoir ran the newipaier man. But Sherman
health, in fact in quite a serious waved him off.
condition. "Go ov,,r anld get a good dinner. Wo
v~hnf A avr vaat~rotntr.i


[)Dsirable building lots at Sl\lver
Beach, near Automobile Clii h liouse,
for sale at attractive prices. A:pplv
to T. E. Fitzgerald. tf


Miss L.. A. Cross and Mrs F. A
White, are attending, as delegates.
the State Associatio i f Congrega-
tional Churches leing held in Jlack-
sonville this week Rev. IDr. 1' V


h naveroin e ru- 'v- ... e
hnwpver indifferent or eve callous one 1 Maish and Rev. )ana Sherill ai e


hat Cold


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I:l'-,pi [Ul('mll i n mlls lll rive tIollU lU lta;tl
,iir friends well. But be sure you
dom't miks that 2 o'clock train!" And
Inl,.tedid obeyed.


Japanese Delicacies.
'ndtr the head of "Japarnese Delica
i.hs'" the Berlin Prometheus gives a
list of some of the queer thugs wlich
are served to citizens of the Flowery
KlitndoiNv who "have a refined taste."
In thlie lpr',vinces which are so distant
from the sc:a that fresh fish cannot be


Fronting on the
Halifax River.


Schmidt's
Formerly Schmidt's Villa.


Hotel


HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Prrt


DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


Fine Home Table
Reasonable Rates


ow Bombs


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THE


RIDGiEWOOD


WILL REMAIN' OPEN UNTIL ABOUT
TIHE MIDDLE OF APRIL, PROVIDING
THERE ARE ENOtUGH GUESTS WISH-
ING TO REMAIN TO WARRANT IT...


* PROPRIETOR.


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The Prince George
Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,

I)YTONA, FLORIDA.
-_- _NOW OPEN
REFURNISHED AND RENOVATED
*THROUGHOUT
COOLEST SPOT IN DAYTONA, LOCATED RIIT N IIVEI FM NT

SAME MANAGEMENT AS "TIHE BRISTOL," ASBURY PARK, N.J.



THE BENNETT
V24 North Ridg,,wood Avenue
OPEN DURING APRIL.

SLinltfer Rs..rt, The (-ean- A H P n AN m, A.,., r
ide.MurbK.heud, M... -o. A* HI E L,ANE, ropri-etors.


THE STILLMAN
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, D. R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
Facing The Halifax. Hal Hlock from Storesand Postoffkce.
Modern Improvcmei.ts. V white Help. Northern Chef....


Terms $2.00 and upward.


Weekly Rates on application.


-TABLE BOARD

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IVY LANE INN
\Y. W. FOI.T,. 'L:.'1:i1. H.. DAYTONA. FLORIDA
The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
Very Highest Ora e,
P'lea r ui aud satisfying the most particular people.




THE PALMETTO
W,,E1I.L KNOWN AND POPULAR. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River.0
.A Illtlike alnd Co(,mfrtahble ,House. First-claas In A\ll Remlcr.ts
('. (). CH LAMBERI.IN, 'Proprietor. L



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N03V Open for Ssm-I ,9-
L. M. WArrE, Owner amd I Mf

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Broad PSumou O all 8sidm Romr- rmmi. S wm L
Every Modern Convenisuma. Sad her DBooM


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: ; :"-- Satlrday Evening,


March 20, at 8:30,


-Song Recital


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BY MR. W. T. CArLET4iN
h eCekr~-Le Operatic Baritone,


JT efli cfcrssn Memorial Fund
TLK^LT~9 1A0jO. At iankinas Drug Store.


AUAAD HOLLY HILL

HOLLY HILL, XwMarb 1t-Ur. aw.d
wig R~cf9 Mrs- Khn- tookL t'"k. e::v tr:L'.- 3 M-)rav
Wt.INSaC .moinwg for St. Augustine anj r*-turnc-.i
ruesday.r~r Tuesday after -,r N1
A Fad ,smdtCter M ed bby Mr. Kiiat untxpo-ctedlv was I"edl 'ri-v- to
I of South en uI-- .ne. a (hieIdCagoancf -!ft r j : -
An y- owmed by MirRnk tF ii.
W Llaym w wescar et a 5-m.ii. I SunJay M, hlJ mr:. -F. A Ma:.
s bgsi em i an Uh.t ech vestvr drove d,)wn from M fM
ft. A oft aot65 mtm iman hour returned X:.'nd.%v -r- Mrs. N-r3 wV-
remain for a t.aLe duririg thic mt-r7rc. o:f
7W emd wor by bout a minul i er daughter. Mrs. Seiera-;- %'o ](-ft
dw ebwo emrcomuirg w together Wednabday fo- Aants.
WA ahw MiId one poseoxer beawde- i MMW. M.( rthrc'rr .' %!.&,i
thr *tw'm. T7e Stevet-iDryes car "f London, CUria'ia. were at ,'r. H-,a .
o w@and for N dialmbg and btert- FrLdav to an iK~prvr:.Vti t~-rrrn ,-a
#we W put to a Andvaotage. r;wday afterrj ';. 1,W !1irrt- .id
Th ew mscft inezamt in this iitial daugbttr. ,M-. A H. Car-r inii Mn-.
mmme ar e the, nwds of pecta- Ctu-s R Sirn~r~d~ a'&tii, '~.H. H'-a:i.
Ime a O bm& at vaerus place" al'zi g launh t.- ca.' 1 I r lid. i ;. .
do w w aiinased~, to be a tbous Beach.
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MI THE DITCH


[WVy tntt vl Pri.f. I
CHARLOTTE, N. C., .larch IS -The


Maj J. D (" M, :r;. "iad a bi, -
*i ; J. k-on vill t : is u .,rT:iLz.!.
ex-TC'tjing return t
Modern home on Halifax aven-
ue, Silver Beach, at a rare bar-
gain if sold this month. Bing-
ham & Thompson.


* VAUDEVILLE.


bekhrTvu


"At LAst."


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Two aim Bla k @bvm m%
h o s mom.


UTIEII riELIEEL


Try wE n ma kermum c-b
-hrong the week.
Avt. Pktomw Caem Ew ey
Day.
Matinee Saturday at 3 p. w.
.-.* 1 10 c oft Pft oft.k
IE0so, Or" As i P. 3.
Priest will iaim thw omm.


BOWLING ALLEY.


Tho- me"t -agaia
I door Ca mw 1


LADIES AND GENTLEUIL


mo run and vv rening.


N 4. ;1


ZZACK 8SOMEN


With reference to the -ce in i
yzsterdav'a EDily News eatitled-
"'Irotect the Rookerie," td bird.
r-ferr,-d to, should red, t." "litul
lP ue Heron," ionAmd of the "Peli-,
;' The pelicans seen in tLis:i
v .ircitv are mostly birds from the,:
nitit: States Guvernment Reserva-
.. i't-iici Island. Indian river,
-"ear cb..-,rtiain.


I. WILLS'


Musical


Comedy Company,


A Gret Aggreation cf


First-Gass Artists.


a IM EIMT El


During the Week of


The Races&


rGrown

'ONN ON wGrape Fruit and
_____T TaUnger.ie ......

Will attend to shipping.
Pflc~ Iframena We
HI.MUNROE
MW AN SIW PM
a26* -MIW 10- AVE.-Daytems. Fi.


KODAK--

ii FINISHING


IY E-AT[E ITINKI


All Prints Made on
Velox.


LET US 811' \V Y J-I',-'V
TO OBTiN l '1 i[
RPT'1N I.' '2


i II Wood. of Ashtabula, KDA .
':.. vho with Mrs. Wood, is a "
1"i t o)f The Glenn on North Besch EASTMAN FILMS. *
;r.--e. s.avs that he was in Daytona
r .at j" w the City of L)aytona EVERYTHING FOR 1H. K -
::rtv t:ve years ago and says at DAKER ALWAY- IN st "K
"..at "time .-:ere was one store.and a
i-..' :. Lie has been trying since eA la-
.- te o itions of these and the U diner's Art i
fc- ,'her buildings which then com- g d


Ve uing. March KI., benefit Day-
nT ln ustrial School for Negro ..........................
r andJ .Jacksonville Academy .
Sii.iny \'W~l dward, America's great-
-,' ten .r and a fine quartette from 'Saratoga Inn iirage. .;r -
'.ik.,'nville will participate. Pat- by day or week. Six ,ylii r: .r-.T.-'-:
r r:: .J N. Gamble. Chas Burgman, paasenger Welch an. i fr-
1. T'Iormpeon. W. M. Moore. Ad-' Elmnore for charter, h Iur r "
!:::.si'Mn 7., reserved seats $1. m t Rates reasonable.


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New Pict. m
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Frem PaubYeT* Sm.3
The Cdcr*



C,.npk-te change of prqam. hmbe
during Two Orgiai So. and
The Sailors Horsppe
SfSI So I Of B EANI
I[!-IUSTRATED SONGS BY
Orvin L. Peppmr
.'i"s Laite& KLer. PbW.N
M kt'I? *. "a JiI'.413k *. flan dturidys
Li I?'D Jy. Its.
Adnmission lSc. CBIdImu W.
Nj'rs eom a' at IS p. mo.


Billiards and Pool

CIGARS ANDl TOUCCO
LIrgett Stack, ret N -w &=ft.
Cigars to please anyow
P. LADS, soAmSa
-i-' A^ STrWBT.


Fruits, Candies, etc.


M IrV '\Vm. Wicking ajnd daughter,!,
I tha. r-:4jrned this inerDigO
i' 1:e I'lle (t P'ines. VZO.
:4
r, lier property(
:.7-1 a.~ i tetr i1-4and while i

t-; : i;~ CI vic Lerggue
7 '- 1,..pi !he Pr me :n
CI ub h Ii~ tili evening at7:3
Ev-ery D.svt-)na citizen in-
tOT -~ !.ri taltvl IVf\ I'R and ufw-


h -ri. civic Letter
a Iff-- mav not see
a -aken ol:I.:Lk~ rut' with F.
. ~l.: rj.>1: !fr the PMaryland
Club v.ietnieaeveinonato



i\ Ietner rrIe ;.5 caught rr nc~t. 7t
l,~i E:er- ~i~rvf trlra James
j )e. tbe prISOsoer
e T_ rs \n-!n~?a orninx,,~
j,:, i.i:.~! ny charge, to New
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CONRAD REAL ESTATE


INSURl`E AG;ALNPf


Burglary, Theft or Dishonest Send
While your house is vacant or .Cctai.


F. .1j, CONRAD, ag*nt f.,r the M.%RY 'L.%D CASU'ALTYU C
A home protected by one o( thee L4o i.- Af .*e. as the C.mp 6 0-
for what is stolen and them get even I1, cafceing the tbist.
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