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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 22, 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: VID00350
Source Institution: University of Florida
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RIFLES HAVE


LARGE VOTE.


What has happened to the Elks?
Has the remarkable run of that Order
eome to a close? The last few counts
in the Bush & Safford Pir.no Contest has
sbown that the Rifles are leaving the
Elks farther behind each time. The
Daytona High School is still voting
strong, too.
The count of Saturday evening gave,
he Halifax Rifles a gain of about 130,-
000 on the Daytona High School.
Outside of Daytona the Kingston
school again slipped by the Seabreeze
school. and Miss Spaulding has passed
the Seabreeze Congregational church.
Just bear in mind that the contest
loses the 31st of this month. Remem-
beralso that 500 votes are given with
every $1.50 paid on subscription to the
Guaette-News.


bbuIe L F. Kel
OAdS of Cat,. l
hC Amw'itim, and:
mimkmt of ,he Fed-
Imor Cycli, who
Ape and footer-
U UppPMG.Of:
I kawn Cadillae
nied by Ms.l
It Af~ayoato the
mmgI 'h'ew ork..
York Timers'
W t*o. sad hd CaW Bates and his Aeroplane which are attracting such wide-spread
mWdeperic tiing
-- r.m ig interest on Dayton Beach.
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ALL NuffS IN


DAILY NEWS.
I1 t a
Read the Daily News this week for all
the news Besides giving the official
program for the day you will be tipped
off much else of inteddst not coming


PREPARE FOR


THE PARADE.

Some have gotten the idea that there
is an entry fee for the parade scheduled
for Wednesday morning. That's a mis-
take; it's all free, even to the trip across


within the province of the programs the bridge.
to record. It Is desired that you decorate and
Alex Schwalbach, secretary of the trophies, as previous advertised in the
races and head of the press gang, and [Daily News, will be given for the best
probably the best .posted and best i decorated cars but if you don't want to
equipped mai in all the country for; decorate, just come along anyway
such service, has been secured as the t It is requested that all hotels and as
Daily News' special staff correspondent i many private houses along the route of
Mr Schwalbach will contribute the race-j parade as well, decorate and "lodb
ing news in his picturesque and iiiin.i- pleasant" as the great spectacular
table style. This is sufficient guarantee pageant moves grandly by.
that the service will be both accurate Be on hand at or near City Hall,
and complete. Beach street, promptly at 9:00 a. m.
Tomorrow and for three succeeding sharp, Wednesday.
days-covoering the period of lie racing'
carnival-the Daily News will appear a I
w11 fly uurat o i ri __1__


a morning piper. You will readily -rc,.-
ognize the advantage to the readclr in
such change.
While racing events will be stionglv
featured all other important news ill
receive merit d attention and as; in the
past you may depend upon getting full
accounts of i:ll happenings woi th liile
Carriers will be around with a s'upi ly
of extra copies. Have a nik.l co,:-
venient and the Daily News viiil :o, the
rest.

Hotel site for sale or lea,. .ir
portion of 800 feet ocian !ro.i.,
also avenue front, 30) fLct -.*
running through to (jr- ic,
avenue Located one -I;h,c1!k nort.1
of former Qlarendon inotel. h. i
K., Ch- rokee Cottag', tn :;, i;
Se'ab eze.


w ny uut So Eary r
This afternoons' Daily News is hardly
up to the daily standard in amount of
news matter, but a careful reading will
reveal a c;uantity of "A No. I," so what
maiy be lacking in quantity it is hoped
yv,u Imay find duly compensated for in
fcla tity.
'I lie shift from afternoon to morning
iditin necessitates the issuance of prac-
ally two, papers today, hence a percept
1I',, ciirtailuii,'nt in amount of type set.
Illi. Expl.jiins why you hear the voice
t4 !:,, > N(,-y" on the streets a coul)le
,f i ii ,l t-arrlirr than utiu:l.

As I am compelled to build rpy
nteww hotel elsewhere, I offer my
p-op:rty located in Seabreece,
a.'2i., at basgain prices. See Con-:
rad i,'e.al Ustate Agency. E. L.
Potter. 82-tf.


News of The Great Speed Carnival
Will Nw Take Precedence
Over Telegraph.


NEXT YE MEI A IMT


With ths issue the Daily News' tele
graph ervlee closes for the season of
1908-9. It was a condensed service, to
be sure. No town in the world of the
size of Daytona could support a paper
that would take the full news service.
whether Associated Prem, United Press.
Scriple-McRae or what not.
The Daily News got a condensed
United Press service, and those of you
who took the pains to glance over it
daily got first hand from this paper
many Interesting news happenings which
otherwise you would have waited for
from one to three days. It was of daily
occurrence that .after-dinner happen-
ings were given out to you by 3 to 4
o'clock-within an hour or two of their
occurrence. Saturday the Daily News
gave you first news of the 20-year sen-
tence of Col. Duncan and Robin Cooper
to the Tennesee penitentiary.
Even the Kony news service i@ an ex-
pensive thing to handle, but the Daily
News started out to give you a progres-
sive, wide-awake, snappy paper, worth
your patronage, a paper you would not
be ashamed to read and pass along, and
a hundred progressive, representative
people have said that it is a credit to
the city; they have said more, that it
has been a constant surprise to them
where we get so much news, and how
we can afford to give so much.
Having achieved such gratifying suc-
cess for this season, the editor has al-
ready matured plans for a larger and
better paper next season. It will re-
quire a more liberal patronage, but it is
to your interest, to Daytona's interest,
to extend such patronage.
Undoubtedly you must all recognize
the importance of maintaining a daily
paper for the winter season from now
on. A daily paper, a wide-awake and
up to-date paper is now recognized as
an essential institution; the sooner you
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Itii Il IIUi nlln J I, t o p t lba it Sp 'u voel'.. uutit ,v w I lu u il uw owo i
icr the benefits to everybody. that these sweet singers gave the great-
The Daily News' facilities f,,r issuing est pleasure and won the richest harvest
such a paper are better tlian ever he- of applause.
fore. The office is now splendidly
equipped. The folder installed atthe ....
beginning of the season has been a time-
saver. In Hyman's Folds.
The next stroke, looI,king toward an
improved and enlarged 1.aper will be the W Roxby and Mrs. Belle Abbott
introduction of a Mergtnthaler I.inotype Haynes were quietly married Saturday
nrachinie Byv this arrargeiemnt two op- evening at the home of the bride on
-rators can (, the ok of eigitt n'll y tret, the Rev. Byron F. Ma
Getting type by hnd. The dailyy Nws Bay treet, the ev. Byron F. Ma
expc'(ts LI 1)vlft season to Ihave tle lill(,- performing the ceremony.
type in opera,'i< n. and if the public %ill ____
'wai r up" to lie d:,ily, thous:inds of
people next thca.;on \\ill he impressed v by 'L, -Valal-le diamond stud.
the fact that DnytonHa is on I llh hria ewardl of .-,) will be given finder
1i ap, ainld that tlwe nui.se' 'li ni"aki
.s0Io:(ls nrin-e li v p osierity th.in that hv returning to lr r. Shnleier, .f
heal (d ele lih re. in the State. Nortd Ilidijewrwd. tf


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-feAs It Stood Saturday Evening
m tI BUSa AFFORD PIANO CONTEST.
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UAY I 2,363,090
"- 1,825,270
S.. 1,274969
S 1,037,080
S- 214,335


"ROUND ROBIN"


REMEMBRANCE.


At the 6 o'clock dinner Saturday t!.ej
guests of Ivy Lane Inin gladtdetled tihe
hearts of their i (,: I at i, lo-tcs with i


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or.B s oN-simsO R t&wrof your
ar-*ll ir9 h besrd the
ICmb rk th ineorn at Teu
O ek, ra iMy merllMg,
Maehb twenty-art,
.NAMmPe muIMOSA mai Mle. *
So wed the Invitatios and promptly
at we o'loek a joly party eompoed of
al0 reideata, race metoalls, racing
-s rd nqamer me` emb e3
-q-a ha sorm yasI meetheIrt at 10
*euck yBi r 1sy iN aIg and returned
at 3 p. mL. i a dlightflt trip t
Mesq-tl k Inles, wlhen whe at admhot
iae boet Burgoyme served a deIltful
-outhern dinner in which furod ptua,
mmagoves and delta iou'strawlry short-
ake. The tawberries, sea of the
af-drine wr -ae declared, were
aeb grewr, Olpamtdly in a forty-acre
Mt, acco t of deir sie and sweet-
mm, and that If Mr. Burgoyme had not
beea a great printer, be wold have
--hl a grat chbf and water. The

eit bUeg &pft ma p rntlpg the code
words, "Sweeteart, Morgan Go Bragh"
and the following sentiment was ted
at the had of the caba -In
aaor of Senator Morgan and e men
who tave no ably seconded hb orta to
make the Automobile T ubameot a
eeis -The Sweetheart, *rf 21st
1 The go 6t hst S: 8 A.
i, G. B. Seama, T. EK Fitzgerald,
NS le H I lak, k L C. Tbompon. F.
W. Pop, Malcr J. D. C. Morris, F. J.
Wager. Cl. C. K. Biagham, Dr. E. L.
Stewart, W. J YMorgan, F. N. Conrad,
Geo. H. Robeson, J. Wilbur Hobbs,
M. B. Aultma. C. H. Purdy and Alex
Schwalbach.


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IMSICALE AT


IVYLANEIL

The series of muials that a. B o
hannon for several weiks ha m b-
ranging for the Ioa, came to *a n -o
Thursday evening with- a pregaSO o
unusual excellence.
The particular attractions i M
Perkins, who easily captured t hbrts
of the guests by her beautiful rendrll
of selections from the greatut compes-
era. *
It is doubtful f Mrs. Churchb ad Mn.
Bohannon ever sang better thasn a this
occasion
Mrs Church won a double recall for
her singing of the "Camelia aad the
Rose," and in the song, Dear H art, I
Love You," Mrs. Bohannon eha med
with the sympathetic quality that seem.
to especially belong to the contralto
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*- *n uight w :' '
sm t for ot wbei waed
om eusomers before ie, others in.
'Re rush wasnotfptd to be so
ret, but we halr cated on Palm
Bach for additional moda and will
be r dy on- P'Pf'P'rPPW,


and all of next week to furnsh our
customers exceptional values in our
line. Come in and inspect our stock
anyway. 0'P fWlP'WWI


Sim e at Onse Daytona,
w Own SN*, Miami,
Ptindwwb


ANTHONY BROTHERS.


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Ladies' Hatter,

Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,

IWH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES

No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET, DAYTONA.






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and Children's Educator SHOES.


THE


BEACH STREET.


GLOBE


DAYTONA, FLA.


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Homelike and Comfortable.
8EABREEZE, Mltr. 22.-Mr. Emma
D. Taylor and niee, Miass Grace Thorn, Directly on Atlantic Beach.
of Roeb ter, N. Y.. who have been Surf Bathing and Fishing.
roormg at the Abeo-cronmtie house left S2. l-li DAY AND IP
for the Nolth today
Mrs. L. K. Clark, of Owensboro, Ky..
s at the Prinhes iwsena.H O AC.E S.WT ART
Km.Olivia F. Gr.m and son, Alln. HORACE STEWART
ad silter-in-aw, of Gale-burg, I l. ar- DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA
rive front Miami today and Iwill spend
two weeks in Seabreeze. Mrs. Green;. S UR F C R EST.
apeat a Bnumber of easvmas in Seabreeze j U R C
and baa a large circlP of frie-nds aho will ,;,,,., ,. ,., 1.
welcome hber return. "-T .n ,,-.. (o
for -ui lr ti it 1, r,-,: i .
Mims Blakeslee will cpend rare w'-eek( r. 1 t s. :.! V ,', !. : r, '.V.
thU bearh. guest of Misses AritLorp, at .. M "', '
Blamer Gastle. ----
IL G. Brown, wh(o has been viti; : 9' nc s ~s n
|),.hC Ut R. ta. xI


ue, expects to leave tomorrow aftcr-
noon for his home tc,wn. Bavville Coirn.
Mias Mary Evemrnkn, who came over
from Rolias Coil lge. Monday, with
three other students and chaperone to
play tennis against the Ormood team.


came down from Oimond Friday morn-
ing for a fr-w days' visit with her par- T: E


eits tD..and Mrv. vernden, and 1. ft
thiis monitigr 'r. h*-r return to Rollins


4YeaNroexr. .P/orida.
A T -lon. :! '' .irr-r
thi n n. w' '1 -A- !t .ioi -.! .
mIoI : nil r!; ei v.-mi-n *
hieh sriftd dl%' n:tr .
boni. tnh.- !r.a.* t- r day 3 .. i 2U;
e i hIri to- -for r,. A ddr-
AlA W. 1t4 r;I:.


HIT[E HOUsE COTTAGES,


IlAYT' .N 4 PEACH. VIA.
Rooni'ibricht. iry.. knit eornplt.-t-- fur-
nftib*-d .nod-i n t~rv n:t.ci.an and
Op-tO-Aht#-. Ir.Kt.d on, r- se A Aven ti
u .-~hort dhit:irh-. Irorti At .~ nih- n ecn H~Rt.#-


. Attorney E. F. Oat returned,
i Saturday night from a stay of twoi!
Says at Deland on lea business s


S ALCTuMOnBII 3OR CEAnrrT-FOUr
cylinder 8tevena-Duryea, hour or
trip, call Morgan Hoom., phone 110.
The watch given away Saturaay
night hy the Lyceum Comedy Co.,1
I went to Min Mabbette, daughter of'
M r. and Mrs. L N. Mabbette, of
I Palmetto avenue.
Frank B. ColUins, who for many
I winters has been the efficient right:
Hand man with Graham Thompson
I in the bicycle livery of the latter,
Left Saturday morning for Washing-
I ton. D. C., where he will in all prob-'
idbility be assigned for duty as-
I mounted policeman in the State of
N Nevada. Mr. Collins has seen sev-
eral rears' service as cavalryman in
I the regular army,. did cavalry duty
'in the Philippines, has a medal as
i expert rifleman, and would make a
i first rate officer.


DAYTONA BEACH, Mar. 22.-The
'Poverty Social" at the parsonage Fii-
day night, held undrr the auspices of
tie Epworth League, measured socially
was the greatest success "ever." There
wt-r.- more young people and children
than the parsonage could hold and al-
most as many grownups as children.
N,-arly everybody was dressed in faztut--
tic costume, some came in rags, some
in tags and some in old pudding gowns"
and those who were not, knowing the
ru,:!. of the evening, marched up and
paid their silver offering for violation of
samrn. A lengthy program had been pre-
pari-d but the house was too packed to
f..irry it out. However, the foll-wing
part was well rendered:


1. S : rti'jn (piano and harmonica) Mrs
E. Wil-on and A. Vandevorde.
2. Recitation-Seymour Mason.
3I Puet-.?Miws Aman.
4. ',ng-)Mi,,s Yelvington.
S'.l-adirig-Missi Mattie Johnson.
t). S-i1ection (cello, violin, piano) Mr.
r, Mrs. C. H. Willsoo, Miss Brewer.
7. Pianc, selection-Mrs. Brooks
TAking a picture by flash-light, by
Arthut Budgen, was quite an interest-
ing proceedure. Everybody was ready
foi ic rr-am a little later on, and a lit-
tle- later still the adieus were made and
*vr'rybody- carried home with them the


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AS F. W. POPE
Attorney and Counsellor at
* Law.
?Pradloe la Stite aod Federal Coortr *
OFRCB OV POSTOPFIC&.
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T. X. ntszeraM E r. Oates
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Special Failfties for Eximining and
Perfecting Lano Titles.
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone- 12e

S0U. A. KLOCK, M. D., g'
PYSICIAN ANMD SURGEON. 0!
A Amoceated with K. M. Ferguso, M. o. 1
Special attpntoo given to INi.-iu,- of *
the Eye.Ear. Nose a nd Throt a;111il1
Z WIttlng Om f ninnlu.
MOlle Hours: 7 to lt a ni.. 1 to l p. 111.
and 7 to 8 p. n;. Pht,,: F. 21illN 4
=-=2Z-_-_____-__-_l-" __ d nollmm i


E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
Epectal attention to DtI.',H"-. of 1\: .-. K- r.
Throat and No',-.
Frotb Dow West Powtoffice
Phone M COx'!1i4 Insw-rs-d.


ROY HOWE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Offie eand Restdenc-: l~ Sto. Rid-.-
wood Avenue.opp. Kid'.ewsxl Io,:. I 1
OMl* Hour: 9to 11 a. ii.: to 4 -d *
6 0IOtoS p. m. T3epa Ne 175 5


SEABREEZE SANITARIUM,
OCEAN BOULEVARD,
REABRKEEZE. Fl,KRII A.
Rooms Large. Runny ana Attructiv-,. A
corps of Competent Nurt-s In att.nfl'in.
C. C. BOMANNON, M. P.. Daytona, Fla.
PHOX : No. 74.


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LADIES' TAIMLUOR,

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DAYTONA. FLA.


E. S. HALL
Architect and Builder.


Office 209 Palmetto Avmeu

Daytona. Florida.


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KODAK-

Developing, Printing
and Film Supplies-
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f-TE:iTTLY FVRL4T-CTAHH WORK.
A TrIAl. vILL r, vIrCviC YOtu.

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Pt-ck Block. opp. Mouth BrtHa
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ICE CREAM
*Whelher you want a lluloa lotra
Telepbo'e No. n3 We etwaM 14
orders of on I' iend"oV&.H
HE BESt mus' ;
seed


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C. C. BOHANNON,
PhAysicigm and Surgoon,
Office over the Atwurpco -'ri r iami'
PleachMt irePt.


DAYTONA. FLORIDA.



3 DR. F.liH. HOUGHTON

':~e DENTIST
offfc.- In In K I'. --kU
PRO-,c z West End %4w!1t1 Ir 'L
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H. EUGENE JOHNSON,
Bicycle Livery.
C('rri '. ti 1n% ilr..' o
Bicycle Supplies and Repairs.
Prlces Pti;ht. All work .,:c ; .-t,':t
Coma and See.
WEST EN I CF'NTRAr I P.I'.l IiI-


DR. EDITH B. SHOEMAKERf ?
DENTIST

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LIVERY TRANSFER STABLES
HACKS MEET ALL TRAINS.
THE HINEST TLRNOLTS IN DAYTONA
Blacksmith and Cauriago
Shop in Connaction.


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WE ARE SOLE AGENT FOft THE
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1 Break upthat old j
Bh Cd No. 8 Beach Street, Daytona, Fla.


i yO U'S H ARMACY, R Automobiles and gasolinee Engi
T 1 4. Ha a i D i)iamond Tires, Bosch Magnetos
Sand Spark Plugs.
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C u re S oe C rl' r;tr,t C'ure. par,,ti,. tz Secondhand Cars taken in part payment for Nn
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L wq"f mo g k watw40" Wooln *.
One^^^^ ^N^^-^^ 0 < uf err glories isIt1 a.b*I.. woith Tes. Saft
hII IIIIIII.. hrhcsmaar"bl beach. No one who ft9 1 '=4 YOu wvill probably ToMeh lt
ee_ .m. r t foot upon its smooth, paked thepritAd when you do the read Amrrrvae at The Bemaet yeday
A 1 nd.; no one who ever pcIaled& M bthe bach re your The Florida weo: F. C. Duncan and dwf,Prlncetm.,
|(YdeOAerAitsexpeN; noone whoever hi b free the baly ocean IU.; Mn. A. G. Ca, Boekbrd, ID;
-A B IN N A 1dreve a pranicg pair of hornssand lit- breeu s free. the birds ad w quirre.t Mis Alice Hamilton, Min Lathrop, Chi.
a e o tbO t i alm, -- > .emed tothe popping of their steel ashoes ad ftow an free, the sparkling cago Albrina Stumley, OrmOd; John
I -O po itts phaltup -like face; DO one rountai r er I free and you will have Buchanan, Cicago; J. W. Roach, Mu-
IR, Pwgrotpe w vo cer steered a high-power ausbmo to go down In your wallet only for coin catine, Ia.; Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Leonard,
ROM Singleo bile down the broad stretch of wave- fo the ato and bed and board. N. Y.; Frank Butler, Boston.
b Sinogle or En Sbito with uad and surf-packed rnd but real- Thi uis no fanciful picture; it's all
sTao of the be.; of evbrythin iedtbhatit a world-beater, a world- hre. It Is drawing other thousands
Sth serie will permit, given on wonder. Go stand uxon this wide and holding them enthralled, It will Schmidt's Hotel.
speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and hold you. Come and see. New arrivals at Schmidt's Hotel since
Aon with the hotel. Store by by in oyous mood, and answer whether saturday were as follows: K. M. White,
ents will be mltde with get this is not one of the seven modern grU UM O iI--- ..W Crescent City; Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Har-
wonder. 1 1 ris, East Palatka; Frank 8. Winkie,


-.- ... ... ..Th. M ". ,"er. I Portage. Wi&; H. King, Brooklyn; A |
,m Where think you is water with more 0)IA V LI G. Johnson, Chicago; Dana Stevens.
>a....... ,,,,tf, picturesque surroundings? Nearly a r Mrs. W. C. Stevens, Mrs. S. Alexalder,
T e --_ n, a pol mile wide, fringed with tropical vegeta. n K dalk Sh ,, Cincinnati; Douglass Baarnes, R, T.:
Th Min eamol is tion, artistic cottages with roomy ve- S Ka p. m Kelsey, New York City.
2 Lw Vasi:s Lar" tm. randa's looking out upon her bosom, We are not Portrait Artist, nor
i $a.*e *..... ft s DonAY. We are not Portit Artists, nor
sG*C(AL RATCaT WXnK. ganey food fishes in countless numbers are we Art Dealers but 10 years 0
S 1 -10 Seventh Stiset. Phone 11s beckoning, as it were, to those with rod of close attention to the KODAK- Palm Beach Hotel.
J SAW UW L. r%. I .AII. PA and reel; her bosom flecked with duck ERS needs has won for us the The Constitution sailed from Hotel
--- I :which sit about as if for the sport of tourists from this resort for Dayton.,
bobbing waves; watch IRST CLASS FNISHE one of the prettiest of Florida cities
hs. rFor Phumre, lubberly old white headed pi lican po .h Anyonedring good work and There are still mane here edctinto
Sa Re, 'a fat mullet, and that fish hawk Anyone ng gooand ecti
T in upward with his floundering load strict attention paid to their or- go back oy the Cobstitution on her next


S- I Tiitny ready for a cruwith hise upon her beautiful 0 0 .. ...
-- -'. ders for Developing and Printing, bride trip. These late days are o elightful
eeetchedbfomtifulwanches. water -wifl get it at LESESNE'S KODAK here and Hotel Palm Beach will remain
1 M y t whe eethe eautiful launches, spick and PLACE, the only hop In to open late this season to take care sof
xRs thtrh 1.er!.ol Iscdtlow. toirdoe b"Polnulgig thatmake the mKodak wWnorrd a hs Lyon, Chas. W. c ome d after auto
o t Pr prieo. l .m. .l with refreshments both solid anliquid ma Kodak aces to see the paradise of Florida. i
Ill l~ObC400MlM T IbWW ready for a cruise upon her buutiful Spc. '...





ca nn. !>ton9 PhLu1 Bzach Boat Itn= land. *t Hotel I. Twt Soc^Wy P~ctreku KlcwNl ^ ^ ^ Regelius, Chicago; Willard A w
ms I-.1-2-~---9 --- Sp. byW- surface Take out your field glass and A llt work nnished in 24 hours, 12 *--- I
hours if necessary.
S sweep the river from rmo d b rige FLORIDA. to The Prince eor
-------- Ponce Park light house, then say a ii 0ll1e1G1orge.
---otel alm t wh ether t h-spreading branches ofN the P eS Nwfild M A. Prince George since


St Sieach." heavy-trunk live-oaks exend their saturday were:, Miss E. LyVan Court, n ewMiss 0.
Flda. ; beauty ar and a joy fomgnier, and one of Glens
SRate. Grand lcaton. o nt "Po- the modermin an archwo andersom these extend- S m Chas. oW. Hoffman, Waltermin
epletto w -Tropicnai ple ndor c Fruits t andFlow-. Eastman K dak aler, o e B k. K. W
'%e DAe lona Pa ln IBeach Boat l.lne lands at Hotels Ey n he trade winds from., wife W C Regelius, Chicago; Willard



a ol. fan them. Looked avenue is upon straight ahead downcrest of........... ^ "dl .A



-- .. .A.W-L Pr.f.^ o i this white shell street oe has the.im- ..I. The Rid.-,wood'
series, but is you mo along and cast I *H 0 H.J New ton, Brooklyn Eagle; C It
a broad ridge, st to the right as then to the aDA FO RI SUturdy, are: Mr. and Mrs. Hedstromew,
......INS ...l. -..T...AT... iand the wide-spreading branches of the @ Gardner, cf orth RiIe anrd wife, St. Augustine; A0. treen-
--- St. A- -tie, 11:- heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their ...... B.',M K. E. Van Court, et
jA" N IO LA Fwa1o giant, arms across thisur magniiceqea vista,.siness York; W. J. ame otter and wife, Glens Mr
S A Modern I r. A forming an arch, and from these extend Palata saturday. ory. ProvideStrubbe, R. I.; J. J.ng-
_o3 u CtCAeOd arms great festoons attraction, per Tie, The ue, olland; John hamAla)
Smhaps commands more nearly universl The swjoit the trade winds from tropic seasa




V open Ja. BI -_toM.x s,. t anthem. Looking straightahea I.Mr.adMrs.W i Eannson. Phil-
to Io this white shell street one has the im- I I.
M & RACDOVVELA- P161ftrt iof hi i aThe Ridgewood.
ge mwoe presaon of a fairy path with elfih dra-
____ -- peries, but as you move along and cast New guests at The Ridgewood since
an eye first to the right and then to the Saturday are: Mr. and Mrs. Uehlew,
-- Ieft yousetr e distinguished cottage home is s iliss Allen, Milwaukee; A. W. Porter
Uli --,,A, ia the mosaritelightful settion of the Gardner, of -North Ridge and wife, St. Augustine; A. ele. Gren-
KUNS inthemo st de lhu UTEettings.L en-
TI T. wood avenue, mae a business trial, land, Jamestown, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.
0al_ ..nd -sA ty A N t ns, p toPalatka aturda-y. T. B. Cory. Providence, R. I.; J. J.
ONCHCAO haip comands tre nearl unrt versal The majority of records held pTiel, The u. e, holland; Johnt 1
w No cone of Dayoneas araction plersal Douglas, Mrs. P. E. Sherry, Lafayette,
, t. li.." attention and praise than does the artis- toI this time have been made by cars lud.; Mr. and Mrs. Will Eannson. Phila-
tic cottage. The owners of these charm- usin Monogram Oil. Oi l. ) (^ e irlii -is S
ing villas hail from every corner of the her-Morris lardeware Co. l Okia.; Mr.1 my and Mrs. wcied, a nsyl-
country;a. n.dRan d wife, tPeiroewnnnrsyh
country and they bring their own archi- Miss Lilie Mabiette, who liis heei vani\n; Mrs. F. C. Fraver, Mrs. MI. A.
Stetura plans and build upe on thetn.and aching school at Fort Florilda \Vhite, C. T. Otis, L. J. ()tis, 0. T.
Sthe architecture of one section of the near Enterprise, retuoiled honre Otis, Miss M. E. Otis, Mi"s Adele I)en-
country differs frvm the Marchitecture of ,.tur]ay" the term being completed. unig, M. F. Binghamr, Chicago; Chas F. I
'3ans, WV. J. Price, Albany, N. Y.; Mr.
Sward appearance( andstructural beauty i *Drifted away, from i ad Mr. C. W. anson, Cincinnati; M.
I from one another. There are nomnonoto- dock, a row boat. painted wlite, find-,. ( Cu.. and nife, Kansas City, Mo.; J.
oa!nous rows of strikingly similar buildings !er notify Mr. Ball at the Lynd1ur C Qe' and. \\rre and wife, Worcester, Mass.: -J
but the eye, as it sweps by, is treated and get reward. .r. a .\ra. Harold Woston, Mr. and
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps resh chelintiresalllrs.. e. Clark, Jackonville
OII ethe mind wondering "W hat next ?" 0 ::lrs .lr.-. a; ,,. W C l, Jakn v h
t i o in no seconds. For sale at the Atl i It' .,.,nard1 I). Fiske, Leonard I). 1is'ke, 4
RItemodel l- it a eot of Streets and Pavements the Most and Best. Motor Car Co. and (entr.l rr., hilip Curtis, Hartord, Conni
$10 O 0000 `rj' io :' L. Ovington, New York; Mr. anid
se n 'Why the Architect of the Universe
newth antd mtjandColdPRMnningWateraRpoo nr. chose to give to Daytona the most ad-) Mrs, Ingals Nl. Upperas, Newark, N. J.
oetal and Dista"e "Phi s in all Roos.
Sry room., i Rooml- l eeiwith IBoth mirable, the most picturesque natural g s
11 merelsI itinl $1.or -n ud Upwtrds setting of all the cities of thc South is in with small diam d. l Te spn
at"s. $IL' 0, tin. of tit. ,nvot unicju-I K1lt liiAx)1b1 not revealed but that such is a fact
enceS, ld- i ith0t-.,iotnitr.N. .,ur f nous indh(litn uperical `Pakingi andI:it-arrivals at The 1)espland: 1". P. 0
(I'f,-. Not0,, .1or f ,r\-c,' reand ('utnane must be apparent to the most superficial TIIIckiiI, S]iPl ing I
Prieto" McClintock & Bayfield, Props observer. With such lavish wealth of furniture a spcialty. N. U% 'ri, k, n,,, l,,.loit, ,Vis.; Miss Stearns, ('in- *
natural beauty it became an easy thing ('ottage avenue. 1-1 If ,'innuati; Mr. and Mrs. ('red B. Dlsle,
for the hand of man to gi ,e the little -_Philip A ayles, Mr. and Mrs. J ulius !


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finishing touches which have brought:
out the colors and outlines of the big
picture. ,
Man did all this in the laying out ,f
the streets with their wide margins of:
parkage, the entire city becomes aj
great park I
And as for pavemen ts., ':L,\cmentsi
that look and act like granite,-whi'rei
else between thi' ea:1tern andrl v.e-t(rn'
seas are so manyLV niles in prorportirn to i
inhabitan ts? Till soin;, unlih-ard--,f
place report.- iiorP :,rid better. I ):ytonaI
thre,,ws down the gamintlet to the world.
Squirrels. FIowrs. Birds and Fruits. 1


Whatc-ver one'ts shlrtcoinings and
however indifTtr(-rt or \ ve callous one


W. B. TALLEY
ARCHITECT
l'lans and Hp-tt.lfnhallo i Mad.H fIr i1i 1 ...n..-
of Ililldintiz.
West Buildi JACKSONVII.LE. itl.-.
STUNTED OAKS.
Miniature Trees That Are Grown In
China Bowls.
In tihe N iih Xw f.I a f 1!, 'iSl .i.-t 'l,. l s. .;.'
qluaint china bowls, hi eiIll of X\viii, 'i
grew a tree--utIt :I shrul lu: i :I :fll
sized tree,. dtigiir li,(k umany yvt;,rs.
"Yes." replied the flotl'rit ti, lI. \writ-
er's lnqulry, "they arc real t:',-- ,,'.-
nmaples aud beech trees. \\' e gt i ,lii
A- .. T._- _-1 -- 1- -... '


I Jai((, MIa.-tir Jack Brennan, Miss I. M.
!(niigin, New York; Mrs. 1B B Tirrell.
Wevymouth, Mass.; Walter Cumiinings,
I'" B My .rs, Orlando; Miss Cowning.
C-i',nib.s, (>Ohio; A. W. Hyde, Connecti
ciit: 1'. 'Pattills, Atlanta; Mrs. 1t. B
l ,gors, San 1Francisco; S. A. Besse,
\\':eTrh'irn, Mass.: Benj. F. Keller arind
Xi'if, Br:uiovell, \V. Va.; Mr. and Mrs
.1 M. .Met c'lf, ;eorgia 0. Metcalf, Eliz-
:dl.lih it. Metialf, (heroid, 111.; Win I.
Il 'wlr, I:liza;hetlh, N. J.; J. F. Conklin,
Jr Min.utapoli.; Mr. and Mrs. M. R.
(;r;tv Mi-s C. Gre'ta and Melba Gray.
l,.h 'Tlie Clair:ncdo n orct-tra furnished
thi nmull-ic f inig dancnee :t I lhe l)espland, the affair


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Now Open for Scams 19o89.
L. M. WAITE, Owner and M aNg1r.
Greatly Enlar s'since la aemaon. Cudine mad siIw w miwL
-Broad P la=s on al Side. Room Fmit. 8amaL
Every ModernmvConveniece. Sd for Booklet


summer Address: ATLAIITIG HOUSN, ablifrt gain Pie, 3hw 3.


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Fronting on the ZUssl bLfNt i
4Halifax River. ModUn Iu 041emu


Schmidt's Hotel
.4 Formerly Schmidt's Villa.

HENRY SCHMIDT & S(s, resoitem,
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Fine Home Table IsxLb"
SReasonable Rates V- .-_-


THE


RIDOEWOOD


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


- PROPRIETOR.


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The


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George


Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,


PAYTONA,


M FLORIDA.


NOW OPEN
REFURNISHED AND RENOVATED
THROUGHOUT


COOLEST SPOT IN DAYTONA, LOCATED RIGT ON IIYM WRIT
SAME MANAGEMENT AS "THE BRISTOL," ASBURY PARK, N.J.



THE BENNETT
Vt North Ridgrwood Avenue
OPEN DURING APRIL.
iiiidii, MtortTh-ud..M;>n- A. H & E I ANE, Proprietors
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA,
Facing The talit
Modern Improver
Terms $2.00 and upwa


STI LLMAN
D. R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
lax. Half Block from Stores and Potofflcce.
ments. White Help. Northern Chef ...
rd. Weekly Rates on application.
TABLE BOARD --


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W. W. FJ3ITZ, Piih:i'. DAYTONA, FLORIDA !
1 The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
Very Highest Grade,
Sllea= in afndl satisfying the most particular people.
gilloN 0000 Ol*l*men l *M***mom*N Owe--ON 0-----wi3


THE PALMETTO
WEl1.1. KNOWN AND POPULAR. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River.
kA ,m l andI ( n f,,rtlahie loie. F first -clas In .\A1l Ies pc'ts.
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S madS~~?. Lises, White, Tan and

# vhft4 tfhNw Blues, Pidks,

i Watlc the New Oxfords we have


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TELEPHONE No. 2


, We C e votes in t Bdl-Sfford Piano Coutet.


idStandTickets

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Automobile. Races

ON SALE AT

arkss Jewelry Store, Daytona


*aud HOTEL ORMOND.


. Seats $.0) and 50 cents each dav.

Box Seats $2.00 per day,

Boxes $10.00 per day.



A OQwes Battle. Water Soaked Inside and Outside at
A taVteler to I th Afrk-a tells of a the Morning Toilet.
8 B combat tyat he witnessed. Tie Matrons of the ;vst ,..., Ibe iuter-
7veii --- 60 morning with hiS tested to hear the details of the Ni;e-
B out tfh pzid when be noticed i rian native baby's inmorniu"L toilet.
* eaStllhar crawlLng along at a rap:d i Anything over three irin'ths old is no
Nac. M owed by hundreds of small longer a "balby" to the native mater-
SBdeg qurlker In .their m-ve-i families and is bathed with the .h,l.r
-Mf the aat a to*ld catch up with, children, generally a numer,,us br.M,d.
teb eterpUlar. a 0 one would mount In the chill morning air before suuri.se.
Ik bam and bite him. Pau ng, the The little mite yells lustily while the
caNltIwar owrld trnm hsb head and cold water is sjllashbed -ver Its brown
lt tlhe mt ad kill his tormentor. body and generally colitinups the !i .o-
Afnt U Ltw a dHa1 or more of rus n ben u ut aside to ldry. Towels do
hl pereecucT t e caterpillar showed not form iart of the tiousehlhl e,:-lip-
sg m e htlrue The ants made a ment. The bathing I,roccss riui.hul.
eoBmedlt attack Betaring himself to the iufants are subjec-ted to, a srt .f
* OtR ofStraa, the caterpillar climbed water cure treatment. The muhlaer
Up t rlt. foiwed by the ants. As selvbs a child. s. cops u!p a hnandfu: (f,
pe apGcacbad be selzedjlt In his water anui. u-i, Ih.,r (thulmb as :, ktl d
W d threw It off the stalk. The of ,ut. sirts it it i extraor i:;r-
m mln the caterp1l'ar hbd tr d d xtterity i it, the yioiit,-fer'.l I:(,'I h
atnag a paltkto for them to over- ait. d,,wt ,llihra t. 'rrot-.ts lit 5le
eat gemvtcd to strategy. They be- t sha:pe 1-,r ,lod u .rd.,. h,,rri!'.' ,*';;,k-
r mrwhg through the grass talk. tnlAdh. ritie struI illa .-'eC, it.
to a few moWmeta the stalk fell. and u l.f d-
nliluh ql2 t. "'Tw hsteady strcan! of wa-.
drerft of anta pounced upon the ter cIii.uels t, pour 4wn the I.Ii 'i
caterpillar. It was killed at once. thrat til tl trs ,r,, .i
toUhri lat ;i ': "! t :' 1.O i''i '
Taking the Stp. a h t l 1:,.' !t I,!, l]; .. I
It happened while a marriage was has. :l... o :. 0.A i i I
being celebrated. The bridegroom did ri,;. t,,., ;,.;. t. -i '., .'..
not hare ihe usual happy, bashful U:.! :,,
lAk.. Instead batetned to be profound- e,,.c, t. :*- *.' "'


ly unhappy and ildgeted about. stannd-
Ing first cm one foot and then on tihe
other. a
So patent was his state of mental :n-
quiet hat the "best man" deemed it
exiwedlent to elucidate the mystery.
"Iae ye lost the ringr" be solicitously
"No," answered the unhappy one.
with a woeful look; 'the ring's safe
enooh but. man. I've lost my en-
thautras."-Lod"on Socrap.


Impreeed.
"I appear to have made ormetblrg
of an impression on that man over
there," remarked a young lady at a
,wedding party. "le has ten looking
at me ever since I arrived."
"If you mean that one with tihe
black mustache, he's the detective en-
qVISAPMA &% Lwbk fto tM n- b%%dwr~Q"* ani.


VAUDEVILLE.

Mansfield & Harvey



Silver 9sate Dacip. Singing
Musiciuu and Comedy
Sketches.
Don't fail to aee them people, as
they are the beet of their kind.
Will make several changes
through the week.
Motion Pictures Change Every
Day.
Matinee Saturday at 3 p. m.
Admission 10 cents, Nights 15c.
Doous O"wur AT 70 P. N.
Prices will remain the same.


BOWLING


ALLEY.


The most popular
Indoor game for


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


Afternoon and evening.


NO. 14.


BEACH TRET.


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SEABREEZE.


JOHN W. WILL


Musical


Comedy Company,


A Great Aggregation of


First-Class Artists.


A SOM EVERY NIGHT


During the Week of


The Races.


AflAD 0 Grown
oil the
noM V MAIES Halifanx
' 'b Grape Fruit and
"u=-r Tangerines.......
S a brht-no wcale or rust.
IM Will attend to shipping.
Prices Reawonrull> .
it H. MUNROE
GOtOWIE AND SKIPPER
*l2 5. RumWOOO AVE.-Diytom, Fla.


LOCAL ITE. IKODAK--,

"Monagfam Oil, used by the big
Benz racer and all the record break-
ers on the beach. One as eaaentl! II P.-TO-DATE METHODS
as the other. For sale by Gruber-
Morris Hardware Company. .ll Prints Made on
%f Pete Hart, who has been in the Velox.
employ of the Daytona Auto Transit
Co., has accepted a position with LET U S S \H YOU DOW
the Buick people at the Central TO OBTAIN THIF ]EiT
Garage. RESULTS FROM YOU'I*
tSelect your spring spring suit KODAK.
fiom samples at 0. S. Burnett's, the
merchant tailor, who makes them EASTMAN FILMS.
righ here in Da3tona. 94 6t EVERYTHING FOR THl KO-
.1 R. Anthony, of the firm of An- DAKER ALWAYS IN STOCK: t
tholIv Bros.. is in the city to assist
in the store here during the rush of Gardiner's Art I'
lts.*JeCs this week.
.Gardiner's Art,
nlr. and Mra. R. B. Currier, of'
'pringfield, Mass, arrived in thet
city Sturday, and Mrs. Currier,who f i
i li:.s a ma;ignificent voice, sang at the S oe
ve1ilig service at the First M. 1 0,
-.1ur111h1 S1lll ayv. Mrs. ('Currier %%aq e- _e~e_' .os e -" -
\;-s' Ma' y !a, pl h .iu an i c ml' s"'1
j ,;; f thet l : ic f.r atiaiie ( ,r,, -.
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h av or %Nt, x (- i ,1,- 44 4
h~sftic Nlu'o \ :ik >.X( iri?'n-,1r
E'lmnore f. r liii ur--. jI.4n1
Itazes reas''i;a!' Oif


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


IJUeein by MKMen." ft-p

EK I.rIV 'GATON f WIe3.,3

New Pictures Daiy.


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Ed and Fannie Lewis


High Class C om-u 9,


IN THE


German Autoist.


PROGRAM C ANI AIY.


Mist iii-t-s We\tne-winyay, and tzudsym,
at : :3:U p. m.


Admission 15c.


ChOildren M1c.


lkoorm open st 7Wp .p.M.


Billiards and Pool.

CIGARS AND TOBCCO
Largest Stack, Oreatest Nl-w bi- &a
Cigars to please anyone
P. LADAS, SOM C
Fruits, Candies, etc.


-'iDesirable building lots at Silver
Beach, near Automobile Club House,
for sale at attractive prices. Apply
to T. E. Fitzgerald. tf
The extra settees provided on the
the, platform at the F. E. C. Ry.
depot last week, have proved a
source of comfort to the man; trav-
elers waited upon the belated trains.
It iq much more comfortable, also,
on the platform, in pleasant weather I
than in the stuffy little waiting i
ro(,ni. and the agent deserves thanks
for his tholight in securing these I
addi!itional benches.
\Vie cl.li:ni the Qiiakers to be the
stl'-.rlst organization on the Ly-
ceiiin platfo,rm. Their programs i
*ire inade up of iLoth classic and l
;i: r 'la'- irusic tn suit any audience."
DIixie Lyceum Bureau. ,4
:ir.bh 2'3:rd t "his Qtuartet will be:
in i'aytona. Baptist Church, 8:00 :
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His Mean Comment. 4
Wife readflin --Here's the adver-


UIseisiucll o a ni artrinuonial agency or-
ferin. to supply any iman with a wife
for a guilnea.
tHusbanzd- Oh. of course; it costs less
to Fet Into troul,le than It does to get
out ;imnl.-Lonidi (ou Scr. ipIs.
Cheered Him Up.
The pris. inr wa as ddowiwnast.
"Chver upi," said his :l1w3er. "I've
got a jury ,of twelve 1ienp too stupid to
tind out that you're guilty."
%'ir;.il!y the client took a more
hrpefill view. -Philadelphia Ledger.


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batMba, unrnaded by 3 wm of N bsmiag
trw, together with all -M rto la-,-1
facing the Halifax, is for-ieb Z;term16 2I

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A house protected by one of there noH!icie in smam, hwto la IN
for what is stolen and then get vrcrn I,y ratchbtg de id.
Premiums Low. Rell.Ie ol C-p
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