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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 23, 1909
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00351
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Che .a fo 0 i iO TODAY'S
Shape for Opening EVENTS
j, *EVENTS..
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Events.


S READY FOR THE COMING FRAY.


etude A. G. Ch ippie, Hugh Hasm, Joe
.. a a mpi s D. Hanan Roert Stukbs Walter Goer-
di| ft m a of ka, Frank A. Valiant, Eugee Gaetle
seeoe ad D oon Hud Ian.
a ti The ring cars include four Buicks, a
Oiw wh CadimlacCleveland, the Fiat Cyclone,
dw ter- BEls,. Hotcbkia. Pope-Hartford, 8tev-
!IMd OMM dy eme-Duryea, Peeri-e and Packard, a1
o8 af agan thc larger and faster aggregauoo of cars'
bo thme e una bere ls t year.
In the graudtand the following prices
j I MMll ta. M will preMvail: Boxes to seat six per-
l m an, e p' day. $10. ie be o meats.
liB t um per day, $2. First three rows of seats,
lktaL- tmbk per &ay.$Il; second three row, each,
1Pf sod e per day. 50c,; parking spae for auto-
hs bare mobiles. 55 and $3 per day according to
Ml a- k are oatio. Seats, boxes and parking
Srooanm which aPces are now on ale at Clark's Jewel-
St 11 o'clock to- erv Store, Daytona and Hotel Ormnond.
inlur" at 2:18 p.M. An illustrated souvenir program has
a m- de of the previous meets, handy for reference and
B^comparison. The programs are now on
<"i sale at news stands and hotels, besides
*' a drivers of which a daily program of the events will
W 11fe ready for be bvlletined at the postoffice and at the
&SLS e Ralph De- leading hotels, and published each
-UM. uJ. KUpat morning in Uie Daily News,
i.is P.^ Strang, The Sheriff of Volusia County and his
rm s ta Lytle 'James deputies as per the resolution of the
m Brce Brwn. and Board of Supervisors will be in charge
R ainer drivers of the beach, a d all approaches to the
k tuned up for beach for vehicles will be closed by the i
W A -I|W out on the beach Sheriff's officials one hour before the
for their last pvac- races start All of this year's races re-
i IFlat Cyclone, the gardless of the'r length will finish in
UlMol t of the *rri als, had front of the grandstand. C


elag men were out
ir-- i famous driver
the beach were
06 VWu1 mGorke and Rob-


Mrs. M. Brady
Shirley Davis. of
have been g c.sts


Capron
Urbana,
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and Miss
Ohio, who
Parkinson


I ,L IP. two cylinder In- Ho j-e f r s .veral weeks leave in a
ael Wm. Wray, Jr.. few days for New York, going by
MWeed Hill on 6-11. P. wa ofboat fr mn Jacksonville.

bkye riders entered
rvBe. lLA. Waltlbour, For.-st fire were plainly visible
wuard Root, Joseph North of the city Sturday evenin
Mitsm, Stephen Sen- about : o 'l. k. and the heavy wind
'f y.T J. Gordon Walker, that came a few moments later
I Water R. Bardgett and swept them well around to the west.
*The skies were illumined for several
iliqM ra mcer entries in- hours.



OVoYte As It Stood Saturday Evening
0 TM BUSH & AFFORD PIANO4CONTEST.
DAYTONA


.....-. 2,363,090
1* a a -" 1,825,270
... ... 1.274,9609


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FROM COAST


TO COAST


IN A DAY.


Hotchkiss Party Do This Stunt
Easily In a Pope-Hartford


Touring Car.

THIS BREAKS A RECORD.


EVENT NO. 15s-ONE MILE MOTOR
CYCLE RECORD TRIALS.
A. G. Chapple, New York, 7 h. p. Indian
WaltereGoerke, Brooklyn, 7 h. p. Indiai
Robert Stuibs, irminjhamn, 7 h. p. Indian
W. Wray, Jr., New York, 6 h. p., N. S. U
E. Gaestel, New York, 6 h. p. N. S. U,
Fred Hill, Boston, 6 h. p. N. S U.

EVENT NO. 4-TWO.MILE.A-MINUTE
SPEED CROWN RACE.
(Winner must equalM 120 miles an hour(
First Heat


Hotchkiss, H. J. Kilpatrick,
Benz, David Bruce Brown or
Robertson.


George


EVENT NO. 23-QUARTER MILE.
DASH-BICYCLE.
Charles Turville, Philadelphia
R. A. Walthour, Atlanta
Elmer L. Collins, Lynn, Mass.
E. F. Root, Boston
Joseph A. Fogler, Brooklyn
Worthington L. Mitten, Davenport, Ia.
Stev. Senhouse, Australia
Geqo. Wiley, Syracuse, N. Y.
J. Gordon Walker, Australia
Saxon Williams, Salt Lake City
Walter R. Bardgett, Buffalo, N. Y.


Geo. Hotchkiss and daughter and Mi s Fred Hill, Boston
Rollins returned fropun auto trip to
Tampa yesterday afinon in a Pope- EVENT NO. 20-2-MILE BICYCLE-
Hartford touring car driven by Auguste OPEN.
Grosjean. They report a most success-
ful ad interesting trip, having come Charled Turville, Philadelphia, Pa.
through from Tampa, 190 miles, in 12 It. A. Walthour, Atlanta, Ua.
hours running time, without either en- Elmer L. Collins, Lynn, Mass.
gine or tire trouble, an average of nearlAiE. F. Root, Boston, Mass.
16 miles an hour. Joseph A. Fogler, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Leaving Tampa the road to Plant City Worthington L. Mitten, Davenport.
is most excellent. Here the flatwoods Stev. Senhouse, Australia.
countryy commences, with fair roads to George Wiley, Syrucuse, N. Y.
Lakeland. Leaving Lakeland more flat- J. Gordon Walker, Australia.
woods is encountered as far as Auburn- Saxon Williams, Salt Lake City.
dale, where the sandhill country corn- Walter H. Bardgett, Buffalo, N. Y.
fences with stretches of very heavy Fred Bill, Boston, Mass.
land alternating with flatwoods through
Bartow Junction, Haines C'ity, Daven- EVENT NO. 16-5-MILE MOTOR-
port and Loughman, a distance of some CYCLE RECORD TRIALS.
10 miles. Several stream were forded A. Chapple, N. Y., 7 h. p. lndimi.
of'varying depths in -onie the water Walter Goerke, N. Y., 7 h. p. Inldian.
coming into the bed of the car. From atll.l, AI Ih ,, In,ig:,,
Rnht Lk. S~tuhh.4- Aa ., i. **. j l.Af


Loughmau the roads b came harder
and fair time was made tLrough Kis-
simmee to Orlando. arriving at 1 p. ti.
for luncheon.
Leaving Orlando fine roads brought
the party to the ferry thi sidle of Sain-
ford in an hour's time. l..aving Osteen
behind, good time was made to Enter-
prise and Orange City. another stop bN-
ing made here. Then on through I)e-
Land, reaching l)aytona at 51:30 p. ti.
after a most enjoyable trip from coast
to coast.


IN CRITICAL


CONDITION.


JVVUL. lO7>WLuum-' *Ila., 6 11. JP.* *LJ'lImC
Wm.Wray, Jr., N. Y.. 0 h. p.N. S. .;
EugeneGaestel, N. Y.,( Ih. p. N. S. 1
Fred lill, Boston, G hi. p. N. S.

EVENT NO. 5-1 MILE-Best two in
three heats for Sir Thomas Dewar.
$2, 000 Trophy. Present Holder, Fred
Marriott, record 23 1-5 seconds.
Fiat-Ra' ph De Paimna.
Benz-David Bruce l r, .%n (r
(George lobertson.
Houtchki-st 11. ,. Kil.Uatri'k.


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PROFESSIONAL IT'S TIME BUINAN


BALL FOR PRAYER. PRESENTED

The Pensacola Journal man evidently
1a F? FRIDAY1 has never seen Daytona Beach. He A NAIlES
probably thinks it a duplicate of the!
Game Between Brooklyn And a beach to which Pensacolans resort, one solea f mW
hundred and twenty-five miles an hour eautl olitire
Picked Jacksonville Team looks easy and safe to Daytonians. Buick Motor Co. In hR gIl
Arranged. This Is what the Journal says:
Arrane. "H. J. Kilpatrick expects to run 125 tion Of Recwd.
miles an hour ia hit motor car, the 'Red
MUCH ENTHUSIASM SHOWN. Devil," on the Daytona tracktUis year, A SP AD AT ME U M .
and it is high time that prayers for his
R t t safety w4're being offered up in all the
er ea Bon be bl g churches; for the devil is evdently mak- w i
Tile great Brooklyn base ball game ing a strong bid for the gentleman." There was a very pleasat g
between two teams of the Brooklyn atg mills'"Cafe last night, the uem
base ball club, who are now finishing up being the presentation of a S5(M s lta e
tlie. la.et week of their spring practice at Orchestra Leaves Thursday. diamondring to Robert Burmam a be-
j acksonville, before the base ball season The members of the orchestra, late of half of W. C. Durant, the preidmut of
opens next week, is scheduled for t0" The Clarendon, and who have made the the Buick Motor Co., in reeognitio6m of
Daytont ball grounds next Friday after- Seaside Inn headquarters since the fire the 100 mile world's record rae which
!10(Ib i of February 14th, will leave for their Mr. Burman won recently in a Buick
The Brooklyn base ball club party respertie homes in the North the latter stock car at New Orleans, where he di-
I will include over thirty people and they part of the week, probably Thursday. j feated a number of other can incladtg
will be accompanied by the newspaper After the fire the leader, Mr Tucker, -ome special racing machines.
base hall writers, who are now in Jack- violinist, arid the rest of the niusicianis. leh menu, a solid one, was typical i
sonville. and the ladies of the party, Me.srs. Goth, Pool and Pauline decided its Southern cooking, and after itm
and a great game may be expected, for to remain here the balance of the sea- over and the presentatiorm had b a
in order to give it a real local "cracker" son,and their stay has been very sue- made, speeches, song and musicwere
flavor, the Jacksonville base ball club essful. They have played at The in order, a fine Italian orchestra playing
has also been invited and their players lidgewood, The eh'spland, 1 The Prince all the popular song of the day.
will oppose the Brooklyns also in a (; orge, Keating'. Casino, Seaside Inn. hose who attended the lively fc-
mixed and picked team. and other places, and have made many tou sere: Fw J. Wagner. thel sti e of
It was found impossible to arrange friends during their stay The organi the races; S.A. Miles, the offia retire;
n special train service, so the Brooklynis nation will disband for the sulmeer.
and the "Jacks" will leave Jacksonvill -Senator" Morgan, the promoter ofi the


on the regular train at 7: 30 next Friday
morning and reach Daytona at 11 40.
After luncheon at one of the big hotels,
tht entire party will be taken in auto-
:nobiles to the ball grounds, where the
1,1ant is scheduled to commence at 1: 30,
Arid after that is over, the automobiles
will take them across the Halifax river
t;> the grand stand to see the automno-
t)ilc races at 4 p mni a s-pecial program
for the day having been arranged. it be-
ing low water on Fridav at 4:40 p. ini.
After the races are over the ltrooklyn
a;: i'.reatiin will dine at one of thie ho-
i,- :n' Ir arrangements li:tve been made
to taik care of them over night, and
they will leave Daytona on Saturday
nrt.iing on thie 8:24 train, whichh will
iting them hack to Jacksonville in time
f!,r thiir la-t day's practice there.


race's; Ale\ Schwalbach, the racing we-
A Brother of Buffalo Bill. retary of the meet; J. Wilbur Hobbs, of
the Michclin Tire Co; W. B. Wise, of
; Major Janies 1,. [Kea,:le-, retired in '
Major JamesN. eiAe, ret ired the General Motors Co., who contro the
Ignited .States Arm y offier, who has Buick output; George Robertson, the
been a guest at the Sarat.,g:i Inn for Vanderbilt Cup winner; Lewis Putanam
several weeks p:;zt, left Saturday for .'trarg, the Briarcliff, Savannah and
!St. Augustine. in1 vhic ('itv an~l I."0well road race winner; Ralph De
) t. A, i an 'aPlnia, the record holding auto speed
Washington, ) iwill Spe t merchant; William H. Peters, Hon.
some tirue before I 'rct.eeuing to hi \WVilliani 'icktns. "Doe" Maxwell, D B.
ionle, at sclhenect.kalv, N Y. The Brown, ierbe.rt Lytle, the well-known
Major hla. -seen rnu. ih si r\wi n i lhe driver, I.icut. Sayles, the official timer
WVest, and II 1). S1) il. \vio was of thi, rt.t, and Dr. Give.
seeing hint ol" i -a.s tiitl lis triess
of Ini dian tighltitim ;ain it>' ti- ylv in-I-
teresting an.l varit-l. lit ;ii tate, i Excellent Musical Treat, The
that the Maj, r is a half ,r.,,ther of Quaker Male Quartette, tonight.
W im. Cody, p.i, l.tlv ii -"vin a-
BalTalo 8ill. 8 o'clock, at Baptist Church.


EVENT NO. 5 Second licat Hotel site for sale or lease, any
portion of 800 feet ocean front,
EVENT NO. S-5-Third Heat. also avenue front, 300) feet deep
running through to Grandview
EVENT NO. 1.- 200 MILES OPEN TO I
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O. A. KLOCK, M. D.,
PHYSCIAN AND SURGEON,
Amoli.ated wtth K.ALP.Fes M. 0.U
Sietalae attenton given to, PI.'~:'..~ of
Z17, IyL Iar.Noieu InJ Throut uad I
I itttng Of (ia,.* .
Oilee Hours: r to IO a.i.,. to, I tl.
Td tO p.m. Phboiiaa .T 1mi;',

SE. L. STEWART
M. Iac, of Youn Physician and
W. I M.Ib ot'oang' Phnm~cyI Suneon.
is able to be about again after a Bv- S o. *
t ,-^ i BpMl c al attention to Itpit- .es- of .'..-. t.,r.
eral days' illness. Therot antd No.
1 Frth Der West Postofce


i ELOSTr-Valuable diamond stud. !Phboag (_3!i :,!,w;-.i.
:Reward of $50 will be gRiven finder .0 *..*.
by returning to Dr. Schneider, 302!
North Ridgewbod. tf ROY HOWE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Mr. Ike, a student of Stetson Uni- :Offeand Resddenc-: 13 "So. R,*.- C
i versity, at DeLand, accompanied by i wood ;,-Avenue.opp. Ril.: w,"i HI'. i *
O lce Hours: 9 to II ;t. mti.: f lo, I ; 1n k
: a friend, came over Saturday even- 6:0a to S p. in. Telephone 175
Sing to stay during the races, being .--- 4:
guests at the Seaside Inn.
I Dr. and Mrs. J. Lindahl, friends SEABREEZE SANITARIUM,
P of Dr. and Mrs A. J. Weaman, who OCEAN BOULEVARD.
i ave been guests for a time of SEABREEZE. FI.,)tlR \.
iSchmidt's Hotel, departed Satur- ftooma Large. Runny ani Attrcttv.. .\
day for their Chicago home. r orp of Competent Nur III att.n'l.,:,c.
Lindahl is a noted botanit, and was C. C. BOMANON, M. p., Dyton, FU.
much interested in the flora of this PuHO-K No. 74.
m*etion 1-- ;: ,,,;Adl t-avlA


man, having visited the Mediterra- i
BEACH STREET, DAYTONA, FLA. nean countries spent some time in C. C. BOHANNON, _
E DY TON F A the polar regions, and was last year JPAysi-cian and Surgeon, I
m : s mmmm mmu in MexiCO. oomtr over tho- At,,tie n..
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-r DAYTONA. FLORIDA.


-NEW SEASIDE INN Doings ...
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES. at Daytona DR. F.H. HOUGHTON
S w I tBeach_ DENTIST
Everything Modern, Tm,*- i, B<. .kk.,,,.-
LP f o.g V Wv.tt Endl noutdh Eri .. a 01(iI
Homelike and Comfortahle. DAYTONA BEACH. March 23-Mrs. .............M .A


SBaBRIRE, March 2.--It is un
4em d Ihat B. V. Martinblale baa pur- Directly on Atlantic Beach.
lro what a knowa asthe Ji'm Bag- Surf Bathing and Fishing.
Ietsmbeme, Pinewo avenue. f 2.o I'l DPE AY AND UP
. IF. Wi. TIh deal was made dire('.
Aa t*e peniaw towns grov this will be at t1
a"Itsstlo for a half-way grocery HORACE STEWART
Th talk of bicycle and motorcycle )DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA.
iracig m the beach has give< great ilpt-- -
tm qtweding among our toyb and it j SURF CREST
the omm nt light to bee boys of tn ii
r tlve yean with bodies bent tearing H H Wha- b ntnin;':: v r.-novtt.f d : t,
dowa the street with the greatest ex- : t-1 k-pt. ot:Iforrtl,;i,. Hhl f Jtinly oc.vtt,-d
Sfor urf latti:ln arnd tilhttlI.
p oditur effort. H 'att-s 1.' to 2.', I,.-r iay.
Od. A. F. Fleet and fan ily had e A'.i.r,... M <. -. .R lKtr.
peeled to leave for Culver, Ind., Friday ---_ ___ _
but afad. oa applying for berths, that A.e princess f
it as impoMiible to get them, and so nes iSS na
have decided to remain us til after the JSe6re.o. j/or,4.
iA I11w trO0 itni franm *.,it r -
Stllit int'w- (IIKd -i; it, tr) :; \r. ;,' ,<>:c; ii? i\ t i -vrk"
TM e arithmetic class of the fifth grade roo0'0 .; all n iil.i'-rn c.ii v.ii-4,+." -:. :0' :a!:,
high and dr% : '-ar .- fh: i1.-. w<.i:di-:
av ecancuded a cdam coutPst. in which i houi Utab-: rat. p-r d't-. i, i up. L p. -P
the two siden cored the sate number of ; AtA s for I.:R. Pr-p-,r tr.
poart. The loerm were tu stand treat _
fa a molight marshmail w roat, but,
as the victory belong. to ail the class THE IIzT HOUSE tCOTTAGES,
have decided to join hands in celebrat-
(m the beach hen the nmoolights i AYT.>NA bKAH, FL.
r turn. K<.ilni hbrlight. alry. :,i.l coll:pil, t ; fItr-
Snish,' niod-ii t lnir. lll lro 'tl- nt. !]'. '; l ;ill
up-t -date. locatdl o A Way to Wel :h. a shtort distance fromuAhtlrii:c occ.:n. P,:;-
Ulpmon a o cason the la4e l;arl P,,u r-*aonable. A* H< WAKRI. Prop.
Mtt who. by the way. vas :i tret .....
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narriet ocner aua son, ueorge, and
Dr Caroline I. Garlock, of Canajohorie,
N. Y., who are stopping with Mrs. Cath-
erine Ottman Garlock, of Daytona
Beach, have just returned from a trip to
Cuba and East Coast cities.
The San Souci Club will meet March
31st with Mrs. Jas. Haight, Peninsula


Drive.
Mrs. T. Grotjan Ronald and wife, of
Cocwa, will spend race week with their
parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Ronald.
Willianm F. Ronald will also be over
from Rollins College for a week or ten
days to see the races.
Master Alston Dryer is developing
fine talent for drawing Miss Bardwell,
his teacher, says Alston has ability quite
beyond the average for line and color,
and Ia proud of some of his productions.
ainmong then a Dutch scene with two
Dutch figures. They were copied from
a large. picture and are wonderfully true
to the Dutch type.
There will be a big cake walk at the
'ayvtona Beach Hotel by the colored
waitvti tonight. It will be followed by
a d:,rice ftr the guests and visitors.


A Woman Soldier.
Fkleourz' I'rochaska;. brn March 11.
17"-,. at l',,tsdaiu. was the daughter of
*i s.-v.irenilt. Afrcr being brought up In


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ke for Beats Delivered at any Dock-4 Mi
OFFICE-Rear of Schaatz Plat. 'L


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WE ARE SOLE AGENT FOR 1TM
Famous Royal Scarlet and Curtbt Ik


CALL


And Like P. T. Barnum "We *NvW
Advertise Unless We S"e 0 "-
AND GET PRICES BgEFOU PUR-
CHASING ELSEWHERE


L. G. I.YNIAN, IEAC


SATLANTIC MOTOR CA

ii No. 8 Beach Street, Day
i Automobiles and Gasoli

!i Diamond Tires, Bosch Mq
to and Spark Plugs.
* Discounts Allowed tl
Secondhand Cars taken in part pI,
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JI a rc with the otbme. 8itoueby
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Seven Wonders


' Ou-f DIytmae 4rmoncg gleriu
-r h~mrpm ii bLewt.L No eo who
~Mt* fsot upoa it smooth, pkedw
M*; no one who ever pedaled a hi
yile over its ezpaM; so one who ev
o a prancag pair of horses aad lst
Oed to the poppag of theirsteeishbo
upon its aphaltum-like face; no oc
who eversteered a high-power automo
bie down the broad stretch of wave-
wmhas ad d rf-packed rand but real.
i-ed that it is a world-bbeter, a world-
oerner. Go stand upon this wide
speedwayand see the happy souls flit
by isn jyo mood, and answer whether
this is not one of the seven modern
wonders.


IThe m. a. P.w amoNA i er.
---------i- ----- Where think you is water with more
.... .. ........i aa.% Pituret sque surroundings? Nearly a
I 0 w mile wide, fringed with tropicaLvegeta-
The M ina po nU UoU, artistic cottages with roomy ve-
W ^ ^ Vw La&wrs TI 'anda's looking out upon her bosom.
i w lIy f *t8 Q gamey food fishes in countless numbers
r- wath te i. a Pow e X beckoning, as it were, to those with rod
S P. AW h%4. 4 Lr. .I and reel; her bosom flecked with duck
tI *g and soot and snowy-winged sea birds,
\ which sit about as if for the sport of
Sr m bobbing upon her waves; watch that
For Pileare, lubberly old white headed p, lican pc"-.h
For Rest, a fat mullet, and that fish hawk sti 4g-
S TT gling upward with his floundering load
D Le nd I he matched from the water.
e aB-n a see the beautiful launches, spick and
K. R"sdWtbs. P-o panftheir hampers and lockers bulging
I an nT^Tr"-o w with refreshments both solid an liquid
SACCOMMOOATIO w Da y ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
M11 ----- --- SPe't, r y^3wo surface Take out your field glass and


mrt 4 How Palm Bea

he NstotesGand Location. AdJol-as Famous
ipseled b ue-4Troploal Splendor of Fruits..
whmtr ihrtber outbh bY train or bout thal
fte Dayktn Palmr Bvmich Boat kWw land@a


LSAGNOLIA.S Ai
#bomftbal. All Modern Improvements.
a'isn1'^ 1Accommodatjons for 300 (
NATWp. C"srJa. lotto fartilt. Write f
tmrrtod ]BOkAlet.
l a mACOOWfLEL,m P ewrtoer.-






4r of Emperor


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AUITOMiOBILES-I'


M ixed by--"(for several years)


L L M. The Emperor of Germany

L L M. The Czar of Russia

L &.A. Prince Henry of (lermany

and gxty other Imperial


and Royal patrons:


HE 125 horse-power Bcnz which is

ntrd at this week's races at Day-
SI J_ L..


sweep the river from Ormoud bridge to
Pooce Park light house, then say
whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
Sthe modern wonders.


A con a 3 Th-e BMctigy PIctresque Ridgewood.
at otel
____ Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
-a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
tS- and the wide-spreading branches of the
I tlAh, i heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
il* giant arms across this magnificent vista,
U forming an arch, and from these extend-
:nests ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
or u sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
this white shell street one has the im-
O-O pression of a fairy path with elfiFh dra-
.... series, but as you move along and cast
4 i an eye first to the right and then to the
Left you see distinguished cottage homes
in the most delightful settings.
S 4 rpassIng Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes.
I i__ No one of Daytona's attractions, per-


lm w tire thiope w trea

It ib a 'ethauo- abeNtb writ amstiy
Ibfl sMe. Yoe wiUl prowbab6y r"
the spkft and wbhen you do the rads
ad thebetbh areyoui TIhe Florida
m"hie b free, the bulby oeean
breeua a free, the b kh sad &aqwrreli
ad OWmas ae fBee, the spakLng
'omtab water free sdyou il have
to go down In yourwalet only for coin
for thao and bed d a board. Y
This no b sadtfula picture; it's all
here. It is drawing other thouaauds
and h, ing them enthraled, It will
charm and hold you Come and see.



I mPHOTlIGIAPU i


and Post Cards


of the


Airship


and all the


Racing Automobiles


LESESN'S KODACK PLACE,


NEXT DOOR TO


Prince George Hotel.


DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


Mr. Thurman, of Columhus, Ohio,
a winter visitor at Ponce Park, came
up Saturday to spend the day.


haps commands more nearly universal :-"The maj:,rity ,f records held up
attention and praise than does the artis- to this time have been made by car,
tic cottage. The owners of these charm- ustisim Monogram Oil. Sol l bv 1G, r
ing villas hail front every corner of the ber-Morris Hardware (o.
country and they bring their own archi-
tectural plans and build upon them,and The m,,tor yacht, "lK;st wind," o,
as the architecture of one section of the St. Augustine, with owner, E. T
country differs from the architecture of ('xolev, and part, of Lansing,


another so do our homes difler in out-
ward appearance and structural beauty
from one another. There are no mnonoto-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
hut the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
the mind wondering "What next?"
Streets and Pavements the Most and Best.
Why the Architect of the I universe
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 mist superficial
observer. With such lavi-h wealth of
natural beauty it Ibecame an easy thing
for the hand of man to give the little
finishing touches which have brought
out the colors and outlines of thie big
picture.
Man did all this in the laying out of
the streets with their wiie mmargins of
package, the entire cllY tecomncs a
great park
And as for pa\, c'ments, lpaucrncrnts


Mich., on board, i. at the Hlalifa.\
Kiver Yacht Club.
lFresh Michelin tires: all firsts
no seconds. For sale at the Atlantih
Motor Car ('C ).and Central (Iarage
tf

MIrs. Anna .Mitchell. of (hcIcA).
Mrs. mmia I'nichelbierger,, Mrs..\ .\
Stone, of IUrbana, (hil,; Mir ai.i
Mrs. Iowe. of ('olumbus, (Oiii,: .Mr
and Mrs. Ho',ward l'att(,l, of (;re'n-
burg, Pa., took the I'once 'ar,-
drive on the beach veh-teraliv.
'ZRI \K,--21) per ceit ,,T at Tlhe
(Globe. ,'5 ,tf

Marthia Chisllnm t,,l,,',rI, didi1 in
Wayero,.qs aturdlav ililit, ;ae 3d 32'
years, and was buried at Bla;ie this
morrnIng. She was a dtauilite of
Miller H11ibhiard. well knom ii l)i
older residents of l);avioni.


that look and act like gramnite.-where 1"' W
else between the eastt-rn anld western gift to friends, f
seas are so many miles in proportion to at the lift Shop.
inhabitants? Till sme unheard-of -
place reports more and better., Laytona -
throvws do,wn the gauntlet to thie world. THE WE11I
Squirrels. Flowers. Birds and Fruits. Cor. Wabash Av


I) take lioi(i I' aI nIiCt'
oim n l).I I t ina. (call
1. ) It


Whatever one's s.hortcotmingiS and
however indilleri-nt or eve callous one
n may be to many thiings, the mere men-


A ,-r wnM, .


Lk s POl W^^it ^^^^^a^ tbg-la 110 so
*eet fro em *te pri tsflm i f tesi
I twetey edItr a a RevY To mw
tCkwo aVweb b heMdta re. a
been revald-to ENm by H*ar e m
vkt. He was a berty mfw wla i
pronuatbo jaw, and be hd it an ;
eye in battle. The amee t ook ea
would frighten a timid citilsa fto i
tremors. Mr. White, the expert It I
criminology, crow examltud the gi
as follows;
"Why were you In Auburn?
"Highway" (eant, of couse, bhibh,
way robbery).
"1 suppose you were wrongfully cor-
Ticted."
"Nub:; dey had me right"-
Such engaging candor made Mr.
White feel that the man vaM truthful,
and he was greatly disappointed when '
strict investigation disclosed the fact
that the story of the missing will was
all fctitoua The man was dtsap.
pointed, to*, at the fare of his ri .
mance, but he went away from the A
newspaper office In cheerful mood, :4
with some remark about better luck
next time. .4
A week later Mr. White was sum i .
moned to the reception room of the j
newspaper, and there e found hbi g
friend, the burly hlghwayman, his ;
shoulder, broader, his single eye fiercer
than ever. But his visit was quite!
friendly, although somewhat tinged
with business. He evidently bellevej!
he could rely on Mr. White's gool
faith and business acumen. Fivi
Mr. White with his glittering eye. the I
strong armed one plucked him by the
sleeve over to a coruer of the room
nud there in a loud, hoarse whisper n 1
(juired:
"S ly, couldjer do nyt'Ing wit' a cou.
pie o' watches?"--Harper's Weekly.


8eing and Thinking.
Most people see an object when they
think of It. They can see before their
eyes a geometrical drawing or the fig-
ures on a chessboard when they think
of them. In order to think at all most
men make use of Images. though they
may be of different kinds. Thus one
man when he thinks of "Italy" sees
Just the printed word; another sees the
country's outline on a map; another i
may see the country spread out before !
him, with Its villages and towns.
L'sychologists are beginning to classify
the different aids or images-of which I
men make use. Some, for example. J
bear the words of their thought within
themselves; others read them, as If'
the words were written generally in I
black on a white ground.-London
Post.
To Pluck Them.
Lord Justice Mathew once tried a
.uase in which a money lender sued a
youth who had fallen into his hands.
Thi plaintiff demurred at counsel's re-
ferring to him constantly as a "money
lender" and protested that he was
somwethlng in addition to that.
"What is the addition?" inquired the
judge.
"Well. I'm-well, a dealer In-er-
birds."
"Certainly-pigeons?" quietly asked
rhp Imntre.-T.nndon Tolwrartnh


England's Generals.
There has not been an English gen
eral since Marlborough. Wellington
was born at Dangan castle, Meath, of
an old Irish family called Wesley and
christened In Dublin. Wolfe was born
at Ferneaux abbey, Kildare, and chrls-
tened at Westerham- nearly In the
seine case as the Brontes (Bruntym.
Ills grandfather defended Limerick
:1mgainst Willhtn III.
Sir John choore and the Naplers were
-;,-,tchimen, and so was Alereroumble
i !-ypt); o we're Napier of Magdala.
('rawford andl Clyde. Wolseley. Rob-
..rts andi Kithener are Irish: so wta
(,',,gh." The generals and statesmen
v ho saved India to great t Britain were
Nc'i!l. Ni.helson, the two I,awren,'es
lrilr. lEdwards (We\Vlsh, nml Itse,
1 Sctotchl.
I knw of \\'olfe because miy gre.t
:r;nilt'df;mther served under him at Q(,i,
S..*... I Tr h ,eirth was ecrr hlor.: t
ocd1 tee nlit' l:V ('CItin t! I)lnIlne, once -weit
kli- xv. In lterniryv circles of an Queensl
ti tv f:-imily. I don't know whether
Sct'.liinmc', like to be called English,
Iut certainly Irishmen dc uot.-- Ion
il1 n Ne'\ '<.


4000


THE HOTEL PERKINS
S*p.,nedl Jun- I, 1, o
FIFTH aITn Wd\WASHINGTON STS.
PORTLAND, OREGON
TThie R set ('ity)
".Modern Luxury atModerate Rates."
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44'


Now Open t-sa lSetSm g.os
Lt M WAr Ownmer ini Ma
Grealy Enlred snepims eat &m. Cuimin asd SAa ia Lin
Bm4 Pkum... ani &dBS Rooaf Bn mL
Every Modera Camenimce. Bind r bmki

Smmner *d ino: ATLA2S HOUSE, Nqrrawt -m-WAM


Fronting on the
Halifax Rivet.



Schn


F HENtRY


Fime Homrne Table
Reasonable Rates
YIIYYIYI~


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lidt's
Formerly Schmidt's Villa.


Hotel


SCHMIDT & SON, PrIooers,


DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


- fernF


,1vviviviVVV VY V -iii r'_ 1 'Y ."y_"Y'_ 1-'T<1



THE RIDGEWOOD

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


E. D. LANGWORTHY, PROPRIETOR.

-s o - -p
poesesess $00600609099090 as @ses I ummi huse ee-0ul


The


Prince


George


Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,


; DAYTONA,


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- FLORIMA.


NOW OPZN


;REFURNISHED AND RENOVATED
THROUGHOUT

COOLEST SPOT IN DAYTONA, LOCATED RUIHT M VEI u
SAME MANAGEMENT AS "'THE BRISTOL," ASBURY PARK, N. J.


THE BENNETT
2!! North RI(IS'*womI AveInu
OPEN DURING APRIL.


I Mumtuor Re 'eprt, Thv. Oveii -
side. Marble head,MZ% A
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H. t E. JANE, Proprictows.


THE STILLMAN I
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, D. R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
Facing The HtalItax. Half Block from Storesa d PtMflMe.
Modern Improvements. White Heldp. Nortber Cbe....
Terms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application.
STABLE BOARD




T IVY LANE INN
SW. FOLTZ, Pi;:i:. DAYTONA, FLORIDA U
The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
* Very Highest Grade,
l'let-. ..-i i ,i -at I;-fvl the rmist particular people.




THE PALMETTO
%A'[-- 1.1. KN)VN A)ND POPULAR. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Ovecrlooking T'he Beautiful Halifax River.
.\ tI,,,:u.lik an i (',iifi rt;l,ic, ll.-II e First-(-lasa In .\11 tspe ts.
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SOis and Silk Lisles, White, Tan and

Blacks, Blues, Pinks,


Colors to Match the New


Just


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M. B. AUL'
We give EAC stti.the
We give votee in the Bush-S~affort


Seventh Annual Automobile Race Meet,


Daytona Beach,


Florida.


GRAND STAND PRICES:-Boxes to seat six !per'Ions, per id:tv.
Single Box eeats, per day,
Firt three rows of seats, each, per day,
Second three rows of seats, each, per day,


2(0
1 00)
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PARKING SPACE FOR AI'TOMOBIILES:--First row in front of
grmd stand ropes, per day,
Second Row in front of grand stand ropes, per bly,


-ON SAI E AT


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lark's Jewelry Store, Dayton;

and HOTEL ORMOND.
The Daily program of events mill ,e posted at the p.,stoflfe andl a
cipal hotels, and published each nmcr(uiug in the D.AILY NEIN\NS.
Illustrated Souvenir Programs with a history and rc<',r',ls cf irr.viot
ts are now on sale at News Stands.


The Sheriff will cl. se all approaches to beach for vehicles one lho
before the rat start. Races commence on the 2'"1l at 1 o'clock. anlt 0o
hour later each day. All finishes will be in front of gradl staidl.


W. J. MORGAN,
Prince Georg,r
ALEX SCHWALBACH, Secretary of Races,
Deiland Hotal.


S1uS .FORO

FOR


FLORIDA.


Twenty-four Ioot Channel From


Jacksonville To Sea Is


Assured.


Manager.
I I tt'l.


LOCAL ITEMS.


:.; F' In. it-k ilp ~ f 2 ,wk-ont%
t.ri-.lo of rtahk. 4111cllt during


ill
thi


As I am compelled to build m
ne-w hotel else, here, I offer m:
property located in Seabreeze
Fla., at bargain prices. See Con
rad Real Estate Agency. E. I.
Potter. If


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Week of Marmh 15th,
VAUDEVILLE.

Mansfield & Harvey

SIMCAA lIACELm
Silver Plate Dancing Singing,
Musicians and Comedy
Sketches.
Don't fail to see these people, as
they are the best 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.
hN)I)ka OPKN AT 7:00 P. M.
Prices will remain the same.


BOWLING


ALLEY.


The most popular
Indoor gaumn for


5.1 m LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
:"', i I) Aft,.rnoon and evening.


SEABREEZE.


Eatire Week of the Aato Rams


JOlN W. WILLS'
Comedy Company
With a Felected Oast of Twenty High
Ulam Acton.
A New Play Each Evening. coniinnel ng
with
"In Gay Atlantic City"
MONDAY EVENING.
Other playr will lie prewnted ;n IN f lowlng order' "TwoOldC Uroni I' *T,>
Merry Widowtr%." "The t4-'r! 1'i..,
Brlulghtf,0'4 w-t t lxtvll.." "TI-, ihor-
us Girl."
The entlrt marles of phI.ys ur-' of th
laughter-provoklug type.aid the con:
patev ptcuM-tLang t.-1il 2 coIs wl:h hi t
highest recoiilulen(latltoll of the iiirc,-
po0lt1In premu of the eountrv;: %-; y he ,,-
pkiltd to crowditl hous- *v,-r.w, i r-
ad will Ino doubt draw a g -d Jitt,.::!!-
*eWr at The WlInmns.
Popular prlc* will prevyii dclrlingK Ih
IwN -k. Re rvytd s-t'l ts 75 :''lt.s. ,or ,;.:(
at Hankins; parquett. .5ic., lthl'oloy :jir..
ehlldre Mec.
Tbe steamer Cherok"v l'is-tavt the f. rv
at 7.'U each evening for Lk-ablreetz Mat ;i*.
the roundlttp. Bus servl.- at ? .5 .it.
The round trip. For Fipecil coive%:, 'c.',
call up Pbo& D Or on;>.

MII l .VEIl OIANES I.
uritoth,. Grape Fruit and
none et Tangerines.......
-clean and brght-no scali or rust.
BOX TRADE
BOX T E Will attend to 'hiip|ij)g.
Prices Praitwointslaa .
MlFsimtH. MIINRCF


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licensed by Meti& Pcue wsu


FiLIVE' 9 GA N IN WINDOW.


ANew


Pictures


Ed and Fannie Lewis


High Class Comtdiinm,


IN TIII


German Autoist.


Pilf,%RAM CIANW DAILY.


Mhal I V.ii oho -i.'..a mndI tturd~ays,


Admission 15c.


Children 10c.


I 'oor ojAn iat 7-W p. m.


Billiards and Pool.

CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Largest Stock, Greatest Number Oauif.
Cigars to please anyone


P. LADAS,


SoVM BEACH
STRERRr.


NO. 14. BEACH W TRET. I 12 S- RIOBEWOOO AVE.-Daytem, Fla. Fruits, Candles, etc.


a k'et vour lunch at Mills' stand .@-- ee2@ @-- I 'tDeeirable building lots at Slver
on the beach near the Clubhouse' w Beach. near Automobile Club House.
on the h near9-2t I K U A a O D A K r sale at attractive prices. Apply
S. .to T. E. Fitzgerald. tf
Miss Harriet Semler, of Milwau- I Alonzo Rushton, representing
kee, Wis. joined her sister, Mrs.- 'INlSHIN .I1oha A. Cunningham, of Jackson-
,!! I' INISHINOi tlhA C nn am, o Jon
SArchibald Wilson, in this city Sat viile, is in the city assisting John
urdlay. Miss Semler is the secre- A. Murphy, manager of the Day-
tarv and a member of the mining tona Furniture Co., of South Beach ;
IS and real estate firm of Winn J. IY UPTO.DATF METHOD, street.
SogLan and Co. .BY U O-DATE METHODS,
l''TI \KS-21- per cent. off at The
-,, Monnagram Oil, used by the big All Prints Made on l lobe. 95 tf
lrinz racer and all the record break- Velo.
i <,rs 'n the beach. One as essential f he Nitial Carnival Company
a,- the other. For sale by Gruber-i: -EI-, I, 'S.. S'1 10W rriveld in the city Sunday and were
lorris Hardware Company. tf jL WS ,., ]1 husv yesterday putting up their va-
,.TO OBT.IN T.HE I: ST rious attractions on the old show,
Sheriff E. L. Smith was in the city RESU ITS ROM YO UR, grounds on Volnsia aven e west or
.Mondlay nmorniniv, but was obliged KODAK. I the railroad.
tn leave for Fort Pierce to make an
t" lie telegraphed to ex-sheriff EASTMAN FILMS. Modern home on Halifax aven-
J. R. Turner, however, to meet him EVERYTHING FOR THE KO ue, Silver Beach, at a rare bar-!
and relieve him of the prisoner at g ..IWA.. T\ .T,..T. { ain if sold this month. Bing-
* N,,w Si rna. and expected to be in DY ham & I hompson.
S1rifvto!!a arain this morning. f A ,
.. |"1A ^ A .t t !r ;l 1 ,rs. Iieniry Holmes, who
"-elect your spring spring suit r I fnrlir A rl :::,,e l).t r ,,+ists o.f The Ridgewood,
Sf'o'm samples at 0. S. Burnett's, the G arin Allle l 0r Il f" e six ee de- i
merchant tailor, who makes them part, l Sattrl,v morning for Twry,
* righ here in Daytona. 94-6t freP I N. Y., wilere 31r. tiolmes is engaged
e, J. F. Macauley, who with Mrs. l L i Inanu ii fturi g 'They will stop
is Macaulev, is located on South it St AIugustine. Jacksonville and
1e Uilgewood avenue, was a Daytona 5tt4m " visitor eight, seven and four years I. v!t\ I'ased with Daytona and
a Ho. He spent last winter at St ------- --it ani ,.xpets to return next
y l'etersburg, but thinks this city sur- : t,.r Satirl; lay morning he ecre-
y pisses it in natural beauty and ad-ratoa Inn Garaget cars t.e(rei 'r..lI .Itirp a furore among the guests
e, vantages. Mr. Macauley is a former! by day or week. Six-cylitler. scvc1i-- f IIi, wi. ,:vo,,, with a handsome
1= newqpapor man, now engaged in the passenger Welch and for:-,r.,- ,' I f ,,.aiinlia blossoms, which |
1. 1-,ook and stationery business at De- Elmore for charter, hour (or r' I. !1. '!riut. had secured for him i
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