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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 20, 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: VID00348
Source Institution: University of Florida
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HR i .f re uatotno oto.oh owner -' -
pam Av, ag No 1 rivals last night
S ,: F. J. Wmwto, whoe wil be th.
vpm. kal rter; Ge. we Rberm and
-: IU IN -am. Browur, who will drive the






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B i L lMd stolay t C~iaitoa forrppai
"& r. g as ems; J. W gee the rMihelin were
ftt reo pmstative; F. Ed. -Spoone Oe
Aalr- ara iv, ad Kil Dr. Mithell, both out
STe fiept Btatie gh McIntosh, owner leave
qof the big Benz.




-- mwihf the twod fTorabhey wer l er Daytona this seao was shipped Tu-



..... dc_ a vor to mike a flight late t after- dy nih b W F Holmes, Manager of
la"oon. m w the Daytona Truck Fruit Growers'
SYork the eroquoh this buternoon iao but rain prevent the loading





tdmr or tomorrow moriag. fthe ar for Wednesday moforrepaementirs
Aas nd better pere prevailing in Pittsburg

Sfrom that nt by later decided to bill trail to Pitt-


S'ad if the wind sforDaytother carson was shipped Thurom ow
SAUsswthe Daytona Truck & Fruit Grower'



d will be on the beco this afternoon Chicago but rain prevented the loading
Sbandror tomIokeow morning. the car for Wednesday movement
imiot was later decided to bill it to Pitta-
Sburg. Oter cars will follow from now

i The twal rtroog encrt wah put on.


Miss Vivian Noptaer being one of the
m feature. She Mng several wet- BY V
Son, bate at etning w t wth a it



I ter the perforae this evening. The was disturbed for awhile this morning
shol Eas Coast Advocate of Titusville mayby a rumor that Vice President James
emdcere thr to youig ladbl who won the wateh 9 Sherman had dropped dead at his
't lt very much pleased with it. home in Utica of apoplexy. The
li- aptc wioma. rumor was promptly denied when it
t e o ld wtd will b gen he a-never felt betWeRr, that he sret
< il ttel t fheformae t vlenin ga. y fused tow dit e even if awome fool has mostartedn
K --~--l kidt Et C Adtvoc aot of Tit0 et seuchb a story its
that5ie oug who woo thve wa Sedr e t his


to^i ", th avenue r muchled ok rith Trained U horse Exhibition. T

,,,, ---m ..... Aron o e ached tiaib Shrman Hot-Stuff." which

li Seareee. 0 tf t Lfceuo Comedy Co. is attracting
.- a a great deal of attention and qtte a num-
ma f h visitors in the city have takenra



34d E I ap-shot pictures of him in his various
A S Wednesday evening, This horse is the only one of hi
M & SAFFORD PiAN CONTEST. clam in the country today, being a high-
.. school and talking horse, aE combination


D AYONA rarely seen in a trick horse.
DATOA .W 2,298,55 Prof. A. J Alien is in charge of the
I a_ 1,634,990 horse as trainer, and Miss Mary March,
1.212. 95 leading lady of the company, is sole


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F. D .Miller, District Pmaenger
Agent of the Illinois Central R'y.,
S was a caller at the I)aily News office
Slayers Of Ex-Senator Carmack today.


Sentenced To Penitentiary


For Twenty Years.


WILL APPEAL TO SUPREME COURT

[By United Press.l
NASHVILLE, Tenn., March 20 -Col.
Duncan B. Cooper and his son, Robin
Cooper, were today found gu Ity of
murder in the second degr,-e and were
sentenced to twenty years in the State
penitentiary for the murder of ex-Srena
tor Edward W. Carmack.
There was the wildest excitement
when the verdict was rtinouinced
It is understood that th \v.rdlict .%iill
be appealed at once.
The friends of the Coopers say they
will never go to the pcnitiiti:iry, ,bit
will eventually win an acquittal ttirotnlh
the courts.
Immediately after the sentence wa:.s
passed application was made by Coop-
era' attorney for bail. Judge Hart .siid


Mrs. W. W. Moore arrived from
Bartow Friday to visit with her
(laughter, Mrs. W. M. Hankins,
during race week.

,lames Carnell, 'who was in the
city over night attending the special
convocation of Oriental Command-
erv No. 9. returned to Ormond by-
train this morning.


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John Sampson, who with three pals That the B. P. O. E. will do to bit
blew the Daytona postoffice safe early to is abundantly proved by th active,
ldt month securing thoumnd in money aggressive manner in wih thi mw er
.nd stamps, was yesterday sentenced by ganisation take hold of r e'apr 16
Judge Locke of the United States Dis- which make for the po-lauty amd up-
trlct Court to five years in the Federal building of Daytona.
prison at Atlanta But for the Antlered hard Dyto
Sampson told Judge Locke that his might go sometime without a pleyhme
real name was Andrew Foss but he has of modern coMstn atMie ad -ismt
masqueraded under various aliases, size to -_F,,,,eod-te the big astu isms
Sampson, or Foss, plead guilty and which want to come hera dwmg th
.promised to reform. He will be taken tourist seaooa.
without dalay to Atlanta and begin his At last night's Elk metIlg the i-
prison term. nance Committee submitted a sche a
It will be remembered that a few days or plan for a new opera bhou a per
after the bunch of yeggmen made the previous instruction from the kh, a d
successful raid on the Daytona office their report was unanimouly accepted.
Sampson and a pal were operating in a They first contemplated a budllg to
Jacksonville saloon when the former cost about $25,000, but they have de-
was nabbed and shortly after made a cided to go it one better md mak it
confession. It is upon this confession $30,000.
that Judge Locke gave him the five year They have several sites in view, but it
sentenen. seems the conceusus of opaIu that si
Sampson showed no emotion whatever available site on Magnolia avran w
and received his sentence with stoical be the one chosen, and it is probable
indifference, that today a deal will be n meimaid
whereby this property will become the
property of the Elks.
It developed at last night's mtig
ENTIRE W EEK that a majority prefer a three-trj
building, the lo-ver sectiom dnvotsd to
AT I A open house the upper to be U" 1b2
TA IN I.A l The building is to be trietly maoderm
in every respect.

The theatre-going public will enjoy a Among The Churches.
rare treat in the presence during the M. CHURCH.
entire week of the Auto Races at Wil-
mans Opera House of the John B. Wills Sunday school 9:45; Judge Ibacb, su-
Comedy Company with a selected cast perintendent.
of twenty high class actors. There will Preaching at 11 a. m., subject, "Sym-
be a new play each evening commencing pathy," Mrs. Mary Upham Currier, the
with "In Gay Atlantic City" Monday famous composer ol much ot the music
evening with effective stage setting of for Fannie Crosby's hymns.
that famous seaside resort. Other plays At 7:00 p. m. Dr. A. 0 Neill will ren-
will be presented in tne following order: der an organ recital, followed by a ser-
"Two Old Cronies," "The Merry Wid mon by the pastor
owners "The Girl from Brighton," Strangers always welcome.
"Sweet Sixteen," 'The Chorus Girl." D. H. Rutter, Pastor.
The entire series of plays are of the --'
laughter provoking type and the corn- EPISCOPAL CHURCH E$.
pany presenting them copies with the St. Mary's Daytona, corner Orange
highest recommendation of the metro- and Ridgewood avenues:
politan press of the country; they have Service and sermon, 11 a. m.
played to crowded houses everywhere Evening prayer and sermon 7:30 p.m.
and will no doubt draw a good attend- Special music by vested male choir at
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mi. r. au a ~u ,, ua uo .u OU", ance at inie mans.
friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gard- Popular prices will prevail during the !
iner, who have been located for stv- i week. Reserved seats 75c for sale at
era- weeks on Magnolia avenue, de- Ilankins-parquette 50c, balcony 3)c,
arted today fr their home aDe-children 25c.
parted today for their home at De- The steamer Cherokee leaves the ferry
troit Michi. at 7:30 each evening for Seabreeze at.
15c the round trip.. Bus service at 'i'.5c
Mrs. Thomasa H. White, of South he round trip. For special cmnveytance
Reach street, held a theatre party call up phone 120 I)aytona.
Friday night, inviting a party of a -
Inozen to witness the performance., Wmin. Breckwolde, Dolgeville, N.
'How Wives Fool Their Husbands," Y., came in Thursday for a visit
in the tent show. The guests en- with his mother and sitter and his
tered into the spirit of the occasion cousin, Mrs. A. McF. Porter.
and enjoyed a merry evening.


it would be granted and fixed at '25,-
000 each. J. IR Keller, of Pensacola, Right
Both defendants to,,k tlhe verdict EIminent Grand Commander of the
calmly but Col. Cooper's two tlaughters, C-rand Commandery of the State of
however, are heart broken Florida, arrived in the city Friday
Eighteen ballots were takt n i y the afternoon and made an official visit
jury. At first it stood five for murder; to Oriental Commandery No. 9 at a
in the first degree, six for murder in tl,t. special meeting held (luring the af-
second degree and one for acquittal. ternoon and evening. Mr. Keller
Matters remained the s-;ne until la-t left this morning for Jacksonville.
night when Juror Hyd ., who voted f,,r
acquittal, came over to, scnd (legr.e There was a packed house at the .
murder, and the ve.;dict resulted. Daytona High School entertainment;
I-nder the Tennessee law a verdict ,f the Lyceum Comedy Company:
murder in the second degree lixes tie showed to a full tent; the colored
r..^i*.. m n v;,,i f 2,n vpar. entertainment at the Armory was


night service.
(;race Church, Port Orange:
Service and sermon at 2 p. m.
Grace Church, New Smyrna:
Holy Communion, 9 a. m.
Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30 p. m.
All seats free at all services Every
one welcome.

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


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ANTHON'Y BROS., INC.
DAYTONA, FLORIDA


The Miws Jaaiesad Mar Ayers, i A. KLOCK, M. D., 9
PYSICIAN AND SMRGEON.
friends of Mn C leste Binks, pro- A sceiad KIth K. Ferguse. M. O.
prietor of The Magnfia, left Friday i apeai attention given 1to
for their Philadelphia home. ;* Atn.g of TI..'1
S oZ ee Hours: 7 to in a. nt.. 1 1>, ). 1i,. ,
*LosT-Valuable diamoa d stud.i and to p.m. Phono. .':
Reward of $50 will be Riven finder N i nHI
bo returning to Dr. Schneider, 302: E. L1. STIWART
North'Ridnewood. tff '"- -"


Mr. and M- s E. Fullrton, who
have been spending the winter as
usual at The Bennet left Friday
for Jacksonville, where they will
top for time before going on to
their home at Patterson, N. J. Mr.
and Mrs. Fullerton have spent the
past five seasons in Daytona.


SNEW SEASIDE INN at Daytona
IB& ebabz S AND FIFRNISHED COTTAGE. at Daytona


8EABREE~L, March 20.-Mr Cul-
ver. of Culver Military Actamy, ,nd
famfiy arrive' romr Culver, In Thur'-
dry and xpt-<1 to .p-nd a ronthti n the
city.
Mr. Sddler and family, sho have
--.n p -ri!iral the winter at the B )d
"': '. r' Inewowd avenu-. -left the
.... .I-e wE-rk for Bo'torn their


Everything Modern,
Homelike and Comfortable.
Directly on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.
$2.50 PER DAY AND UP

HORACE STEWART
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA.


DIAYTONA BEACH, March 20.-Mr.
arnd Mrs. James Haight, Mr. and Mrs.
Winfred Haight and friends Mr. Smith
and daughter, Mrs Smith, from Mr.
Haight's home town, had a delightful
b,-at trip to the Tomoka yesterday in
Mr. Height's launch.
Mr. Wright organized a Vermont
party and enjoyed the river trip yester-
day.


Physician and
Surgeon.
Lspoclal attention to Il-'i... o- '... Er.; .
Throat andl No-*'.
Ferth Doe West Posteffice
Phones l


ROY HOWE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office and Re-ldl.-n'.- : '.- *,. :!
wood A venu *-. opF. .H i .I- -! fi:,
(r tc- Hour: '. to iI ;. i .e ; : .
6-10 to 't p. rIi. Tdlephone 175


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Rooms L rge. Sunn iir A *.. :*- *.
corps ofC*om pt*-nt Ni.r- i .;1 ; t : i *. .
C. C. BOnANNON, M. [.. Davtonm. Fla.
PHIINE No. 74.
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C. C. BOHANNON,
Aysician and Sura0oorn,
('ffric over ti- (tw( I'' *
DAYTONA, FLOUIDA.
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SDR. F. H. HOUGHTON

0* DENTIST
'{oi(.-" in P--,k F ,.. I
0 PHO -E 32 ,.-t End ,:!- .:2.". E_ .1. ,

H. EUGENE JOHNSON.
Bicycle Livery.
C'arr ,- : L ;,. '
Bicycle Supplies and Repairs.
Prices Right. Ai work ,r. : *. .
Come and See.
WEST ENDF (CENTKRA.. 1I!.1 i 7,!.


Ar ,, Mr S'adLjlr- wa.s 4- ),nll Mr. and Mrs. Boyee, Mrs Rockwell
..i th .he town that it i q ui-e T T and Mr. Collins, who were here at Pine- DR. EDITH B. SHOEI-\AKER
,--,v he will towurn tat ,t y0 e SU RaFnCR EST d Mr Coin
A .i he will turn a a prprty owner khurst two weeks ago from Lake Helen, DENTIST
: .-Xl ason. olo,- ,n, !t-.n tnor,,oughri r no.vat (: I where they were spending the winter, E m.. < *,-:
D iBurhank ro' Long Meadow, NKa.- ; ** Pi 'n.ort' late"1 it found on their return to Lake Helen that
for "t'rf l Ibthin, nnd fl-hinl ~ .
:b.e ha-a tb-o ci itinia dward (ordi- lIast.-.s1 ttoi> p. r day. their trunks had been burned at the big 60 THIRD AVENLE. le'iph, ne .,1
fr for two we k pat. left Thursd.y for lddren ., MR!.R. ir. fire. which unfortunately contained their -r- -
a 'rip down tr extension to Key W"t -'_- -- return trip tickets as well as a greater *--*^. .** *...* *
ta,d home again by way of New lirle-anrs ?a r i. part of their wearing apparel. Mrs.
d G ton Freeman has just received a letter say- OSTEOPATEIN
Mr. an Mr P. Poor, who are nd ra inrg they will be over soon to finish out it r. a'1 e.. C .t
ending g t win 'r, with Mr. o ,r', -,ton .- nd rrhn>..- .1tr ure .v t t, t ,. "' -
ending t wi ~lr iwith Mr. t or t HI n iad unitar- 't : t:.eir viit at the beach. 1 K \
brother and family on Pinewood ave- 'm ::.a zut*.,rn onV-e "'" "' "l .A
r high ;.r-zi dry: near o au:n: ..r-'. r,1r,+'l-: A surprise party for Miss France Spa-r. eut.d on '-I:, :. -
n 1e. oe 'ive-it t*l-egram Truursdav mo rn- t ,.: -ttr y "a ,"r-tes. .er- .. _0, & -t B Ofl,: -+, .
nr,-rec. t: a-,: :rdratm ite^s do5e.r dr ,. rr P: h-I- ber tonight is pleasantly looked forward l 4 1: 0. ,
ing from Boulder, Col., announcing the A IA W. PoWE'R. Propri.l tor. to by the young society set. **********
arrival of their first grandson. Telegram Mrs. P. Old.' health has been quite
*<, ...,;.-h i/rs. Old.- halth has been quite mo*o*o*oingoa ono*o**o*o* o
read: Boy arrivedat o'clock All do- n E ATTAr gook this season and she enjoys her pe
ing well.E E3UU U
Swel."l THE WHITEl HlUU UITAI tS, ninsula home very much. Se was quite DIR. A. O'NEILL
Mr. Gasn.on. who was here for hi- iiahtod V-A i ..... :
eMr. al tof the wa t erre tortH F- Jelighted yesterday while out driving : Osteopath
Swinter at Arthitht her son-in-law, Mr. Sheets, to note. 0
Budgen's home, has returned to Ntw Pooni br;gh. :,r. rild ornplr-t.1otv fur- the m y nw ot s g g up and R -- -.. .
nlih,-d; mod,.rn I.*pr(VP,.n),-nt cln and 'n many new cottages going up and U 0 .c.- .Z V .
k Up-to-,l".. ic'at-i (,n lar-.z. Avenu. the new lots being cleared at Seabreeze or
e 4arr d -t lanlt Ifromll Athlatte Oc4n. Bit.4
Tho. Burkbard, of Brooklyn, arrived rionat, I.. E. I. H,',WARD. Prop. and Daytona Beach. *Beact **he.eeel*ieSte@
finrt of the week mid i guest of Dr. and W. S. Olds left Wednesday on their ---
Ma. Dayton. IU4-- I UT-W3Ukli-U-Il- return trip to Lansing after a month's -e *** ,
Mn. Soow aid two daughter, of Ot. :il A,. ..I...... _< visit with the mother. f lMIA il A Ii IIADn T DI FH


tawa, i., wbo hae been t Dr. Ever .tAKtt/t IUL lINKS
den's, on O(kiidge avenue, left yeettr- U L
day for Glnw od, Fla. OP TO THE PUBLIC.
"0 OPIEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Mrs. VanDoxer and little daughter --INStICTOR JENK'NS- 1
and aster. MiN Smith, who were here @_ I
from Chicago, located with Dr. and Mrs. w
Evernden, left yesterday for Palm ..
Bach J. C. BUTLER & CO.


The following arrivals are noted at
the Seaside Inn: Dr. C. T. Baldwin,
Derby, Conn ; E. W. Tomlinson, Pas-a-
Grille; H.T. Cady and wife, Omaha,
Neb. The usual dance and card party
Wednesday evening.
Mrs. L. L. Wilson, who has spent the
winter at the Bishop house, left a few


Dr. Bigelow is having hi- package -t days ago for her home, at Randolf, Z4
toa variety of shade treh including REAL ESTATE N. Y.
oaks, palmetto- and magnolia. W. Richards and wife, Houtton.
Rev. Haigh und wife and Rev. Barze I ou ar. Iokin for g lt- L. i tt nt Me. ; N. G. Richards and wife, Fort Fair-
.look for u,. ur fr,,lce 1is at Ilitu 'B ac fi d, Me.; H. P.
and wife of Daytona Beach, and Mrs. field, Me.; H. P. Sturdy, Chasty, Mas.,
Bray amemro of Mrs. L. Z. Burdick on are registered at the Daytona Beach
a best ezeion to the Inlet today. *H. G. W ilson Co. Htel.
A pranre party consisting of Mr. Seabreeze, Fla.
ead Mn -Ayri, Mr and Mrs. Wilinam
d M Ayr. Ur and Mrs. Willia REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, c Desirable building lots at Silver
esbmsd M. Agam Chafeymade ae IE n u, Beach, near Automebile Club House,


WVL A11U UILLIAU I ADLL9, .
I Saloon Fixtures, Refrigera- 4
tors, Bowling Alley Sup- =
plies from the
BRUNSWICK- BALKE -COL-
LENDER COMPANY
E. HAUSMAN. 1117 OAK S'rIEET. *
JACKSO-.VILLE. FLA.
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BIRECHIooD'S. -
Our Beef, Lamb, Pork
and Mutton are always
prime. Our table deil-
cacs are the best the market affords
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Spedarl FadtieW for Examining and
PefectLig Land Titles.
Offim in a Cvad Buifling. 'Phone 128


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WE ARE SOLE AENT FOR TMI
Famous Royal Scarletand Curis

And Like P. T. -B"meM W
Advertise Ulem We Sihrw."
CALL AND GET PRIORL BEFORE
CHASING ELSEWHERE.
L. G. LYMAN, BEACH
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FOUNTAIN CITY
LIV TRANSFER STABLES i
SHACKS MEET ALL TRAINS. I Al
T"E F-IEST TLUROLT5 IN DAYTONA 1
Blacksmith and Carrlafe 0
Shop in Coaannectiona.
GEO. A. FOYE. Proprittor
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W. B. TALLEY
ARCHITECT
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of ujIAldlngr.g. '
A et Buildi JACKSONVILLE FLA. C OU1


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.Pf Jparklb ny, 23a/lawl. vah/e
Waetar t ia is .:rol/uu Pry yure.
jIv/y ~Rcommended hy 71old
.V'hysicians for 0i4orders of IAh
Stomach and ri~dneys. nlirely
Arce from Jiarmful 27ineras/ and
Organic 5Wativr. Sold 6y .Cead/n3
*ofoe/Js and 2Drugyifis.


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No. 8 Beach Street, Daytona, FlWi

Automobiles and Gasoline E

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Ladies' Hatters,

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evr Z s *Iht 1 m lbeo j e Br ahrlr a e.dt's M 114 -A-:h.
Saim r bn eve r peit a. t be b an dra. y *. The Flord B. C. MeAda sad wife, Ct
o.r ,e m e wo *~ ~r tfe i ree, te, bn o y oeema Md.; F. 1. Bork and wtfe, Trnte,
;dre sytd-a Me tI p ia- y le.ds- dlfMe ftM thte Mbir aed equireh .Ohio.
I boge 1 Pi&~p angf rti t a are f-re the iparki g _
Sf t k hmIm aMi a o em t I.ndftM Som ietl tba
who ever stamd a M atem o g in ye m wa e"t& r colo The B tt
Mo dQr tt be4 troh- ( wo t to bedandbod. Aival at The Be et yesterday
il e m id mnd dorpu alt uod hot real Thi ao faeolful priture; it's all w se: Mrs L. Keaddek, Arune W.
S nd that it is a. w kor-beater, a world- Im. "a b drawing other thousands adrick, Merid., Cora.; W. 8. Pear-
S w t"&r. Go ataead r po thse wide rad 41a11 them en thraled, it will son and wife, Taorto, Canada; Mr,. W.
pe way and ee the happy souls t chaml d Meld ao. Come and see S. Andrew, New York.4
by a joydeos mood, and answer whether ---
iths n not one of tbe seven mode
The Palmetto. 4
The t Pao askdd a st I. Recent arrivals at the Palmetto are:
00 Where think yot is water withore a S t ra m G J. P. Martin and J. V. Albert, Pine
S plturmque surroundings Nerly a Grove, Pa.; W. A. Breckwoldt, Dolge
a mile wide, friaged with tropical Vqt 3 a Kodak Shop. v lle, N. Y.; B. P. Bakewell, Pittsbuig.
S tonm, artistic cottages with roomy ve- i Pa.; Jas. Tracy and wife, Catherine Tra=
rdada's looking out upon her bosom, a Weare not Portrait Artists, nor cy, Margaret Tracy and Marid Traey, of
pamey food fishes in countless number are we Art Dealers. but 10 years t Coshocte, Pa.; Mrs. P. N. Clark, Mai
S eckooln ae it were, to those with rod of etle attention to the KODAK- a Clemes and Powhatan H. Clark, of St. 4
S and reel; her bosom flecked with dok u m eeds hs won for us the Louis, Mo.
STand coot and snowy-winged sea birds, s nvihe reputation of being
which sit about as if for the sport of e
rt, bobbing upon her waves; watch that i S F. The Prince G.
o ne lubberly old white headed prlican powh *
Sa fat mullet and w that fish hawkpric pt Anyone desiring good work and Yesterday's arrivals at The Prince
a lifat mullet, and that fis wondering load trict attention paid to their or- George were: W. H. Brisbane, Bristol,
he snatched irom the water. does for Developing and Printing, Conn.; John Cory and wife, Marietta.
nd ee he beautiful launches, spick and wllgetitatLEESNE' KODAK 0 Wis.; Mrs. James Bury, Chicago; Mrs. I.
Span, their hampen and lockers bulng d PLACE, the only shop In town N. Terry, Utica, N. Y.; R. H. Walker
m sa with refreahmentr both soud a i that makes the Kodak Work a a and wife, Elmira, N. Y.; Miss Margaret

Surface Take out your field glass and All work finished in 24 hours, 12 cotte, Ohio; J. W. Hobos, the Michigan
sweep the river from Ormod hours if necessary tire man; George H. Robertson, winner
weep thCe ariveru house, ten of the 1908 Vanderbilt cup race; F. E
.. Poance Park lig-ht house then cro ie 0 LT N Spooner, official photographer, and R
99 whether the Halifax isn't a thing of sooner, ofial iph f N Yr anii R
aRoullier, all of New York City,
Beauty and a joy forever, and one of e a o e o C
a: I the modern wonders. Estran Kodak Dealer
a Tae Eamnacm sy Pcturesq Rmeweeds The Ridgewood.
Le 0 a Beach Street, near 3d Ave., The Ridgewood.
S Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of t
Sa broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, a DAYTONA, FLORIDA. a E Maxwell, driver of tbe Benz car
and the wide-spreading branches of the *--- -.**.W* ..m .....e and D. L. Bruce-Brown, his mechanic,
heavy-trunked live-oaks exend their are here f om New York City, being
giant arms across this magnificent vista, Luests at The Ridgewood.
Forming an arch, and from these extend- A Other arrivals on Friday at The
forming an arch, and from these extend- Ridgewood were: Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
ed arms great festoons of Spanish mo Ridgewood were: Mr. Difnd Mrs. J. DNew-
S sway as the trade winds from tropic seasunyon Mrs D F. Defendorf, New-
s- fan them. Looking straight ahead down wark, N.J.; Jae. H. Gunning, Cincio-
this white shell street one has the im- cannati; Mrs. E. C. Seabright, Wheeling,
B0 pression of a fairy path with elfiph dra- W. Va.; Mrs. Jas. Burry, Chicago; Mrs.
0 nI. M. Terry, Utica, N. Y.; LeRoy
peries, but as you move along and cast I Armstrong, New York C. LeRunt,
Saneye first to the right and then to the Armstrong, New York; C. Hunt,
left you see distinguished cottage homes Crystal, Florida.
in the most delightful settings. Dr. R Bennett has returned
S. for the races after a several weeks'
a 8mpasm g Beauty Our Cottae Ho... southern cruise in his yacht. The Despland.
No one of Daytona's attractions, per- .. .
2haps commands more nearly universal eFresh Michelin tires; all firsts, .ew arrivals a The Lespland yester
--0 attention and praise than does the artis. no seconds. For sale at the Atlantic day wre: W. L. Melick, Zanesville,
tic cottage. The owners of these charm- Motor Car Co. and Central Garage Ohio;' rankS. Smith and wife Oak
"t f Park, l1.; Albert W. Wallace, Mrs. A
ing villas hail from every corner of the tf H. Wall;c Pitt Alber W. L. Carleto
... ..... .. reH. Wallace, Pittaburg; W. L. Carleton, i
country and they bring their own archi- The house boat "Chetolah" re- F. E. Spooner, F. J. Wgner, Geo. H.
tectural plans and build upon themand turned Friday morning from a Robertson, J. W. Hobbs, P. Roullier
as the architecture of one section of the cruise to Palm Beach, and tied up New York City; E. E. Kirch and wife,
country differs from the architecture of __;- _-
country differs from the architecture o again at Uille' wharf. Syracuse, N. Y.; Mrs. Fred J. Seminson
another so do our homes differ in out- .
.... Detroit; Mrs. S. W. Morgan, Washing-
ward appearance and structural beauty *Lost-A gold watch and watch troit S.
from one another. There are nomonoto- pin, with small diamond. Return e
m .... n. i TT r Mr. Ames, of New ork, celebrated @
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings to Ridgewood Hotel. Reward. 9 -'-r .t .y of hs birth at T
t .. nthe anniversary of his birth at The Des-
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
S. -. Dr. B. F. Marsh and Rev. I)ana land yesterday, having a number of *
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps -, .*
tothe mindwondering "Whange which keepsxt Sherrell retunred 'hu]rsday fr L!ii his friends at a special table with him.
the mind wondering "What next Jacksonville, where they were at- The Clarendon Orchestra will furnish
Streets and Pavements the Most and Best. Tending the State Association ef the music for a dance to be given at
Why the Architect f the Universe j Congregational churches. the Despland tonight. '
chose to give to Daytona the most ad- A B B They Ar Bult Wt t ar
mirable, the most picturesque natural the stolen goods were not found. Exactn s.
setting of all the cities of the South is nsure with N. C.ad in to be but-and th


not revealed but that sucn is a fact
must be apparent to the most superficial
observer. With such lavish wealth of
natural beauty it became an easy thing


Sm--- om-an d for the hand of man to give the little
tatm~b nolertd
e mlts h a Ha- mot m-i MnCsR n Wa tr d L finishing touches which have brought
S a eve room .. ioomi s 1(, -with Bath out the colors and outlines of the bi
i Orill music S ingle or e W4 Ooaumerclsl r ittl.s il.l' and Ipwards picture.
r sO. l.n i iti.h. most untry. ur fat mong ndin m Man did all this in the laying out of
6rr am"o (f lotl- -ofh i for ur rutmuou S InduiineRos
'. ft Noted for twrvilc and Culsine the streets with their wide margins of
____ Iute" |McClintock & Bayfield, PIps package, the entire city becomes a
great park
I- r. And as for pavements, pavements
""** that look and act like granite,-where
Else between the eastern and western
.. i seas are so many iles in proportion to
1 T TO I L inhabitantY? Ti some unheard-of
Place reports more and better, Daytona
kup that Cold throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Squirrels, Flowers, Birds and Fruits.
1 M A Whatever one's shortcomings and
n t however indifferent or eve callous one
may be to many things, the mere men-
i 1 b ach 8t tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and
frnits" will send a thrill that is reflected


Maryland Casualty Comrpany :.iil
they will pay for the goods stci n
and catch the burglar. S7 7t
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. North, mh b
have been stopping for some time ;.t
The Magnolia, on North Ridlgetwool
-avenue, departed Friday for St. Au-
gustine and Jacksonville. heree
they will make a brief st( p, o tlt:ir
way home to New lexico.


'Packing, shipping
furniture a specialty.
C( ttage avenue.


N. 1 ric[ksonri
nI-u--s t


A Rude Youth.
"How do you ac-count -for tl-.
ma'am?" Ard he held aloft a lump of
coal which he had just dug out from
the sirloin steak.
The landlady slightly flushed.
"I suppose the poor cows sometimes
stray along the railroad track," she
said. "But you must admit the steak
is tender."
He thumped the coal with his knife.


are still n places making dikes-it is
first mapped out by the neatly sharp-
ened stakes, a long straight causeway
leading out from shore and widening
into a rounded head which abuts on1
the red lue of the channel. Then a
ground sill or foundation mattress of
willows is woven and sunk at this
lhe.ad and pinned down and held in
place by the sharpened ,pegs. Then
wattles are woven and sand tilled li.
and In places rock, and then, rnoundinul
up neatly out of the water and form-
Ing a tight covering to the whole, the
hand squared blocks of stone are laid.
as closly as a city pavement, all over
the head and back along the neck to
the old shore. It is as permanent and
stable as the Hlarvard stadium, the
dike so bullt, and the river, abandon-
inll the space back of the tip to slack
water or to be filled in with sand.
flws on with entire grace lu the re-
stri.tid channel beyond the tip.
The care and exactness ith which
these dikes are made would le laugh-
:nle if it were not so successful. In a
Slald where hand labor is very theap


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Schmidt's


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HENR Y ScrHMT & SON, Pr.sews.,


DAYTONA, FLOiDA.


Fie Home Table
Ieasonable Rati


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


E. D. LANGWORTHY,


- PROPRIETY


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Georg


Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,


FLORAA'


NOW OPEN


REFURNISHED AND RENOVATED
THROUGHOUT

COOLEST SPOT IN DAYTONA, LOCATED IRT I ON VM MI m
SAME MANAGEMENT AS "THE BRISTOL," ASBURY PARK. N.



THE BENNETT
224 North Rldgewood Avenue
OPEN DURING APRIL.
Suminer Resort, The Ocean- A H & E. ANE Proprietors
Mide, Marblehead. Mass. & A Propri r.

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THE STILLMAN


DAYTONA, FLORIDA, D. R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
Facing The Halifax. Half Block frI Steresm Pooteffce.
Modern Improvements. White Help. Nerthef Chef. .. .


Weekly Rates on application.


TABLL BOARD


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W. W. FOLTZ, PHI'i:i.,: rin. DAYTONA, FLORIDA
5 The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
Very Highest Grade,
Plea.-ing and satisfying the most particular people.
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THE PALMETTO
WELL KNOWN AND POPULAR. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River.
A Ilomnelike and Comfortable House. First class In All Respects.
C. 0. CHAMBERLIN. Proprietor.
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S DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
Directly on the ocean. Surf I.athing aril fishing. First-class table.


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14& 2through the week.
Metium Pictuim Chow Ee Ery


Matinee Stday at 3 p. o.
Matinee Sel, rday at 3 p. a.


Admissim 10 cest, Nifgt W1c.
DOOaM Om A 7: 0. M.
Prices wil remai-- te s

BOWLING ALLEY.


The NNW eoal-
indoor g5aw for


ON SALEAT:-------


Shark's Jewelry Store, Daytona


Mad HOTEL URMUNDU.


Seats $1.0 and 50 cents each dav.

Box Seats $2.00 per day,


Boxes $10.00 per day.


immato a Labe.L
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'f Tne k a good oW of art in adrr-
Oda. It h to be adapted to the
gawk f m"a to MiL Edward
S1 I "s'mWa Mer and VWomeW"
mnmbm dCr thmt what attracts tile
Ammp ikmmr iay not serre that
i to the Ia of the ,ou:h,
M L e s f a experience wbk-hb a
am mb with of those ses
a m1--. The natives gret
V t -et Gs, but, are fond ,f
M beetf. wbh tbey buy when-
Sn they have maey. TIat they are
mtic m m tMa children In their
lfi the -u IAd out to their cost
Kf tM are ot earefuL An exlvrter
4 cum" mat was newitrly ruined by
eigf to the trademark of a drag
SOI Sed. I&blpmeot after sbtrpment
g mt out San l'ram-ib'-o. ea -h
CM bro wttlh the naming dragpon.
2w m m m6ered :it tthe sht of
(he i hMm thiK. Tbher were not go
k to e t the dlesgt g beast. In
v th fe agemat tore off the labehi: the
=V were .splckioo and would n -t
"bay. ? we bole bipUrmnt hnd to be
"sti'Md and put In fresh cans with a
ft o or sbeep on the label. All the
mtrvM fully beliered hat the figure
o te bbel was a true >-lture of what
Imrn. dle


Mr. and Mrs. R. Darby, of At-
lanta, arrived Friday and will be tLe
guests for a few days of Mr. and
Mrs. F. N. Conrad and Mr. ard Mrv.
F. J. Nirer. on Orange avenue. M3r.
and Mrs. Darbv are on their return
from a trip to Cuba.
Rebuked.
"Guilty or not guilty -" asked a Dutchb
Justle of a priorier.
"Not guilty."
"Den %at you Tant teren Go about
your buslnea"'
Occupying.
Dresasinz dolls Lns be'-.r.e the -rPIuss
l,uv!nee of a great many r ,r',pl. but
srT-eclally of A:ner;-an mren.-Puck.
Politeness Is '.Ie of t!e 1e-!" iavest-
rnPnts known. It .ayq enormous dirl
teuds.

Notice of Stockholders Meeting.
.Notic- I,, h<-r-hv gtl'--n that: ,itrr- I il! >^ ;i
tim,-~ T ."of tbl*- t.ckhoi'l,-r- of li., layt(voJ ;j
Br-,ti.- 'o iipiny on th- n t ,f 44ia--h.
A. r'. ir' A'. nt 1'' <)'< loc-k 'i. ;*a.. xt !* i
Ft.. for tb.. porl-oo. of .*.-, :n- o.'* r- r t,:,
die|-< ttr ;or th-.n-ulig .'.-.r: I b- .-on-l.. -:.-
tion of o in tnt-r"'hanv- .' "i,. kt tW t>h u- .1
on tlh,- tbr,- r t, ri.*--. :nl -uch otivr i.u-;-
r. -Is f. lTnav ecin)>' *or *!e- m-'flII..
1.t1'-l thil\ i.th d' of f March. A. '. !14..
.r-. W. R. A. ARNUTROtO.' Pr.--ld.-n.


UADIES Alil GEITIMEE


Aft-rnoon and evening.


No. 14.


SNzAcK STrnT.I


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jILOCAL ITEMS.

Palmer & MacDowell have an-
nounced that they will positively
keep the Hotel Magnolia, SL AAugua-
tine, open during the month of
April
Messrs. Fogler and Root were on
the bea yesterday afternoon, net-
ting th pace behind a Ford auto-
mobile, hitting it up at the rate of
forty miles an Lour.
D)r. P. R Bennett returned Wed-
nesday from a month's crnuise down
the coast in his yacht "Anawaaka,"
g ing as far south as Lonu Key.
lie reports a pleasant trip and ny
he enjoA e i some excellent fishing.
*A good burglar policy is better'
than a watchman. He may not see
Lim. but a policy taken out with F.
Cn (.,radn, agent for The Maryland
(',u&alty Company, means money to
%., i whether he is caught or not. 7t
C. A Stark, of Cincinnati, arrived


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New Pictures taft


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The Races.


EAR ~t.rown
m 5 3I= Halifax)
Fmmlu*Grape Fruit and
Tangerines....
f" jlb -nom se4 or rust.
Will attend to sbly~1ng.
PricReasum~api.
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KODAK=--=

F : NIStIIN6


1Y 1JP-TIIPATE MENKDS


All Prints Made on


Velox.


LET US SHOW Y*1 lI-HW
TO OBTAIN TIlE [EsT
RESULTS FI.OM YoUR
KODAK.


EASTMAN


FILMS.


EVERYTHING FOR THE KO-
DAKER ALWAYS IN STOCK.


Gardiner's Art


Store.


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Thursdav and will be in Daytona
for a'.ut ten days as the guest of i
Mr, L 0 RawnR on south Beach Saratoga Inn Garage. cars &t, re,]
street, who is an aunt of Mrs. Stark. by day or week. Six cylin'dr. seven-
Mrs. Stark, who came south with passenger Welch and fur-ras-en& r
Mrs Rawson, met Mr. Stark in Elmore for charter, hour 'r "ri;P
Jacksonville. I Rates reasonable. Tf


1111 SrRATED SON03 BY
O~rvfin L. Pepkc
Miss "to; K.Nr PAN"
Ia~tjn. *W.-Anv-wiAS. and I inasea,
nttS.110 P 3. O


Admission 15c.


Childres MC


Nl~ws open aKt 70p. m


Billiards and Pool

CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Lge"t Stfck, Or*tmet uMA b.
Cigars to please anyuae


P. LADAS,


SwUM WA


I Fruits, Candies, etc.

C. R. Simonds, head bookkeeper
fr tie II T W. B. Drew Co, of
Jackscnville, cam0 down from that
city Friday night for a few days visit
with his mother, Mrs. Nellie Simonds'
of Orange avenue. Mrs. C. IL. Si-;
mon'is, who has been visiting with
relatives at Holly Hill for some days,
will accompany SMr. Simonds to
Jacksonville on his return to that
city Monday.
The exceptionally mild winter is!
responsible probably for the fact"
that a number of cases are reported
'f magnolia trees being in bloom.
Ti.pe buds of this magnificent south-
iern t1i.ver sclilorm open before April
at the earliest and coming at this
, time will give many of our northern
Svisitors an rppurtunity usually de-
nied t hem of seeing this beautiful
' southern blossom.
Th,' 'Onawa Second" returned,
Thnrs1iay night from a cruise to'
Palm Beach and tied up at thel
South Riidge ,intil the following!
rnorn ng when s-e departed for
Jackso,, i le by the outside r ute.j
As one f her 71<-horse o rer en-
cine' wa. disabled she was a co. -
,',ei hby Capt. A. M. Pellet,,
jib ar'l the "Truant.' to render her i
a---?ane in case of need.
As I am compelled to build my'
new hotel elsewhere, I offer my;
property located in Seabreeze,;
Fla.. at bargain prices. See Con .-
rad Real Estate Agency. E. L.
Potter. 82-tf.


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