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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 24, 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: VID00352
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I ~.oae-mile. best two bIm Mrsehets,I
bm e the Sir Thomnas Dewar Trophy:
V"am David Bruce Bronw~, in Hugh Mcl


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sbs 8 fkma, Inree inaas, rige, 3, 3
and 33 2-5 3wonds, first.
Ralph De Pelma. in Fiat Automiol
Co's. 60-h. p. Fiat Cyclone, three tri
36, 36 1 5 and 36 1-5 second, second
Best previous mile amateur reo
135 3-6 aeconds, David Bruce Brown.
100-Mile Race for Stoc Cars: Fi
IaM 0 miles 30 bh. p. Buick, Burnm
drivi g. in 18 win., i7 sewoonds; 30s h.
Bekk, Stroug drivkkg, in 18 min.,
ecoads; o30 h. p Cdillac, Lytle drivit
18 k. p. Buick, DeWitt driving, in
minutes.
&wmd lap 40 miles: 30 h. p. Buii
Str mg, 36 mia., 56 4-5 seconds; 18 h.
Buick DeWitt, 44 win., 41 seeonds;
h p. Cadillac, Herbert Kytle, 1 hr.,
min 44 4-5 seconds.
Third lap 60 uildes: 30 h. p. Buic
Strong. 52 min., 2 second; 18 b.
Buick. DeWitt, 6 anin.. 35 second
30 h p Cadillac. lytle, 1 hr., 27 mi
35 aecondp.
Fourth lap SO miles: Buick 3) H. I
Straung, 75 minute-z and 20 3-5 ecoDn(
Buick IS 1. 1'., DeWitt, 5 rminul
and I and 1-5 seconds.
Fifth lap final 100() niiles: Buick
H P., Strang. 94 ntnutes, 1 4-5Secon
and Buick iS 1t. P., DeWitt, 104 mi
ut&m and 24 seconds.
One mile motJrcycle record trial
Walter (;eorke 7 h p. Indian. 45 1-
mmsecond, 47 4-5 seconds; Robert Stubi
Birminghamin. Ala 7 h. p. Indian, 46 2.
second, 48 3-5 seconds; A. G. Chapp


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m Io The big automobile parade which Io Co su of ti 1 4D- M.
.^ --..;.. /-, J..ogJL. ,.-... F-urs, ad Motor PreTApocy. to take place th mcrfatm starting day evomlg ?r- 'U.,. b lb
L" .. c > Loa.s_;e, Va Valiant, New York. here from the foot of Oran.e avenue on chair, hussat A. .
nl t d a ae ka w hi J sttrat g e inter.. ..t. Cc .d' Seio ab TOO
O -- V o i/ HI ml fIT I J IO v,.t .ita 6 i Morw than a hundred havfae aarran tB thtW di n( t7M*
w.< B 1* the Hipe.dworldeonnected with Motor to partimpate and it I expected that seated af edsML
Kv uommI Bka7 gmlr .NOng .. World a.d Salt Lake whII "he hour for the ie- up arivs The ret ....o d-: pide
'1 A T:asAH.^rrU -MCXQTh1A1A Telegram. fully 150 maBhJeawili me wa band to flmesdish .s rfk
Ap N. i~r Kr ~ n ^^ ^PN^ Y.,7 i P. Idu join the merry throng. A eoinhN bew IIli
'111 IL D ~ O Wd^OetG0aeN.NY.7t. ),ldiaan. 11E /TP A The parade *ilU be beaded by a band nrr .,. d. J^ ^
Ioct U T8ALtM, Ala. jLp.Indian 5j\||B VFJFJAN andlnspirlog music will enlven tb# booksete.* was rA k -- MJ
W m.W yr.,.N.TY, 8l p.N.&U. scti fIBIIene. The munctanawi be carried over ugly ma n i I n lb fs-.
f New York, 7 h. p. Indian, 50 mconds; Etel, N. Y., p. N. S.U. AI I w dhe e t upla et big bus A snarngCeas d ""& Va
. E meGetle, New York, 6 h. p. N.8. ir l.erto, 6 ha. l N. a U I'itie D|YriI .h It an. b S of mid that TrnIehi', City T i nr'i
nm U., M -s5 E N0 -IK-u TA O RAE i ilmL l lla. there Is absolutelv no charge or en- city official' books or hie ladle
eel Quarter mile bicycle dash: Joseph A. "'S3,r ^r54 IIVol trance fee connected with entering the to do so.
rd FoglerI Brooklyn, first, time 30T1 4e6- c g Bparade. The Bridge Comipanry has gen- A orduaee to grhIt he l M.
hi.. md; seoad, Worthington L. MittV, lat:-alh Daytona ia s entertaining ome da W o rosMy thrown the bridge open free to florida To he amCos py a
the ivmpormt, Ia.; third, E. F. Root. B "ena-O. R t veterans of t-e late wdr. Gea ithe automobiles in the paade, and ther to eostet, opf at f -te
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ph ton; fourth, F. Gordon Walker, Austra EVENT Mwo ,--M]ILW SOUTH-, Charles F. Gans, Comptroller of the!. ona DalMy ewLesm ne the pho- phone syste s uM d by 0
Sb- II.. ERR PItCKE AND HKOSEPOWER State of New York, and Hoe. W. F. ,rapber. and the Ferida East Coast nanoeIoa--'Mee. Mued bp_ lM
.HANDICAP. Rice Department Commisioner of Pub- Automobile Association have each of- Schmidt, scowia by A mlswsl ac
SI||l ItUW Buiok-F. B. NYer. lieSafety, area the Ridgewood Gem. fered a hadome trophy to be awarded to table aWi. Careie-d m-.*a
S-lll Pope-Hrtlod--E. H, Hotcbkiss (. s wasiveterms.maYorofl Al andy, to the first, cond and third best dee- Ordinaceswmw a .s..Mr -i ab=
e ". ad led ov. ugh by 43.00 votes, "orat c tepar.ade.do incd s" a
ow 'NowIYoIr iU 7.p nin Setrye-N Rockwell. runi neck-ad-ek with Taft. Thse .Ited saers the pes ed d^" "Oto Am o.dh... a'
fra Peeloe-H. C. Thompson. elebrities are old cronies of Coi. Geo. i Decorate your car if you will; if not ing for aid reqirig hbada .o oU
le OAlr mA I Clevelaad-Jame Laughl in 3rd. C. CanJte, of Ivy Lane enter anyway united by tihe meabe ef tlbgeo of
me' IOIIITIIO Cadillac-Herbert Lytle. Pulc works of the 1Ty of raN -
mce" v ~ rfWII v Looomobile-Geool H. Robertson Carried. Amoiat Uktftat
1at, I ^* EVENT NO. 24--]ALF-MILE DASH T Ordinance committee I| ompnnto
as- Ii l I~ BICYCLE. jrdinaace entited An nHdlmm he n.
il- rlI Elmer L Colnia, Lysa, Mass. peal an Ordinance mtitled -'A Ov-
KI4Bokln i F.time 30 Root att- nance to chance the masso og rea I
Ji, odoph A-t Fiogleg" & ooklyu -/O StrOt and AV..U. In the Ci of "
l- W orthington L ittcmn, Davnporl, Da' i etrettos" ansd oAveue irs taCdmmm W I
the Davnp Stev. Senhouse, Australia ... th a -it toni" Pue o fir aw d w
e A Ruaniag Reference To Somie G o. Wiley, Sy-acuse, N. Y. ." inga, all voting 'aye" be AldermT 0-
110 F. Gordon Walker, Australia -..-Ca..ls, ..D Nt borphnewosum vod no,"ws
L Of The New bPStildinoe And Saxon Williams, Salt Lake City .= AN- St- brenamed ash ote by reoiadbg o uadi
~~~~~~Walter R. Bsrdgett, Buffalo, N. Y.-"... .... rn edsdo br ig
-e3 Entc~rprisesl. Fred Hill, BotonII I i An ordinance, was prsted an pss
iil'q EVENT NO 18--10 MILES-- d"- ( on first reading to prohibit the rum-
NANY IIRIcVrmNT IN NT Amateur, for Motorcycle, Not Exeebd- l.,soii nong at large of cohIken, turkeyp, gaae ,
Hthis 1n wsf ing 61 Cu. In. In PItton Disp. .anIttefs i ,ard other domestic and dometilaedd
A. G Chapple. New York, 7 h, p. Indian .. H s.. b fwls i the city of Daytona.
for Pealter l oerke. Brooklyn. 7 h. p. Iodian .... E.GL-oStewarin .w
M e ver.ilrttheAaistamoryofh.lanytrd.CRbnttob.vAlabaEL7.anwap.Stewndeebrs.D. w
n eChas Wdi. W Hry. Jr.. N. Y., 6 h.p.N. S. "ity physician for ensuing year.
In- the prospect for a s0as of upree. Eugene aeste, N. Y., 6 h. p. N. S. onC"i.m
%a5 dentedprperity inthe buildngline EVENT NO. 6--1, L AND10 MILES. -SORttALKI"

been o promising a at the present. Free for all-B-t Two in Three Heats. id A
bile The outlook for new buildings of a char- First Heat. S O T T L
ia, acter which inspire confidence in the Hotchkis-HL. J Kilpatrick l
futuregrowth, stability and permanency iL e pR or t D t n a T
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rd, of this city and its suburban settle-EVENT oZ.-40 MILES- i l AV HAad A sN th
niments beR.eeeneTte Piston Displaucemeut Class Race. Class A A A M
t As will be noted elsewhere in these F 230 Cubic Inches and Under. "
,J. G oAumns bondr to the amount of $n0 000 Bbrck--Ro-- Buran. VO v.o tE "D,"

p. for wate r work plant have been d illa -Herbert Lytle. ADft VOTE stIweL, oreAnofAi.
1Class G, 230 and Not Exceeding 320 Cu-;
19 signed and work begins n on t bic Inches. 1L A UL IlLn I unaccustomed to the ocean with iat
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n, olant. Nothing so gives security and Buick-George DeWitt. tides, to keep in mind the fact tbstigb
Guarantees permanency as this expendi- Class H, above 321 Cub. In. Not exceed- j tide on the beach preceded low tid by
ure.&aing 401 0 Cubic I inches.
ture Buick-Lewis P. Strang o The Elks again came into the lime- A handsome new comer r-ached about six hours. It is low tide today
SIn Saturday's issue you noted the fact B rick-Robert Burnamn. light with the count of Monday evening Iown yesterday and is very much 307 p. E .. It i therefore high t
p. that the Elks will this summer build a Cleveland--James Laughlin, 3d. in the Bu.h & Safford piano contest admired She i a regular "peach bout 10 a. nm.
Win. rwma aI, Above 460 Cub. In.1).he.eS
4 handsome new home, and at the same Fat--RSph De Pahna when their vote was over 18.3,000, again erino." All the men are angling as she Shoul the wind b bowing from the
Stmea splendid new opera house, this Locomnobile-George Robertson. f over 174,000 on the Halifax Rifles. moves with graceful, sweeping strides north, which is hardly likely, it will
building to cost 530.000. This is a ma- EVENT NO. 4.-2 MILE A MINUTE The rest of the vote, both in and out- up and down the avenues. A "lead-me hold the tide up longer than if the wind
1k. tde stroke toward permanency and a (Winner must equal 120 miles an hour) -idle of Daytona, was fairly heavy, the to-it' expre Asio is ob.s.rved on every were east or south In case it i blow-
bilguaranoteeok otrneaterithings yet tocome. First Heat.







p guarantee ot greater things yet to come. First Heat. S.eabreeze High School and Kingston masculine face as she, passes. ing from a northerly direction it is not
di: Te kt,00sholbiligcoe nHotchkiss, H. J. Kilpatrick.,H RT T L







The tu of bigda i ng cn George Robertson. School each having a good vote. The She is Miss Vermilion lambert, a four- worth your going to the beach at all in
., nature of a big advance stride, and, Second heat. Daytona High School goes on to the fin- cylinder, tiv-passenger touring car, the forenoon unless you go rather early
like these other institutions, shows the EVENT NO. 27.-QUARTER MILE i-lh in a regular pace, its vote always be- deep red, vermilion triimiming. in the morning.
P., outside world that Daytona is like Cib- BICYCLE AMATEsUR ing a good one. |She was buit by The Bu.k,.ye MWnu- A beach of sufficient width and hard-
Is; raltar-here to stay. A. G. Chapple, Brooklyn, N.Y. i featuring Company, Aridersoti. Idn.. is nes to speed upon may be found this
tea It is practically settled that one of Hugh Hansen, Atlanta, Ga. oa : 2 h. p 0. .0i mnodel, an (;eo. F. morning from daylight until about 7
Daytona's best hotels will add another se. D. Han2n Tampa, n-F S 0 wbo.tFouAlobc-e T i CmKSserndrVEu ccndpn
Rob r oetu1s, Birminghbd, Alte manirt ove-$t To uing ar. irk eh the fortunBrae he e wu eo
30 hundred rooms in an effortto accommo Walter Goerke, Brooklyn, N. Y. It i at I n ou i e; try it. of n
is. date the swarming thousands, the ma- Frank A. Valiant, New York City .ee it at Oliver Garage. tf
in inritv of whom say Davtona is a match- Gaestel, New York City. otel s for sale or lease. It is a west or southwest wind which


less Florida city, and here they want to D. Noon Hudson, Atlanta, a. The Wills Comedy Company will portion of 800 feet ocean front, Igives a wide beach longest. With such
ds sen te es prtofthirtie. EVENT NO. 13---INVITATION MATCH Y
Is: spend the best part of their time. E N. IA IONMH"'lie Girl from Florida," at also avenue front, 300 feet deep wind often you can ride with good
RACE, 1, S AND 10 MILE-S. eeladee beach at high tide. The stronnoh
-5; Private residences are now under way Best 2 in 3 heats. First heat. 1 mile. lthe Wilinans Opera House tonight., e h at tide sro orth
I. and contracts l.t for others still. Hotchkisw-H.L J. Kilpatrick. l The prices have been reduced to the running through to (irandview wind such as blew Mond(ay anrd yester-
SOn the other side (f the river a new -Rge Robertson. following: Reserved seats 5(k-; gen- avenue. Located one block north (ay. nakef a fin., n*ooth beach
-.* On the oth,'r side of thie riwer a new Flat--Ralph De Palins. ,,. .- .. -u i .
iaertl ad-iion 2D.e; chihlren 1euC. Repicner that low tide corner about
e, Clarendon is to arise at a cost of $ FL,,- EVENT NO. 21-ONE MILL. 1P() adiiSSIO 25c; cilre 1c. of former Clarendon hotel. H. L.n ue tatr ed o
()00. It w ill be fir proof this time, and FESSION AL, BICYtCL.E, |iANM H Al ...... -0 Cinuts lat,-r eaoh day. L tide
Coll 1^1 T in lynn, M \< )-> s f 1 1 K., Cherokee Cottage, on 1ea(,h t<."laiv -it 3 07.(tii' m'rr-w 7 an3 _5ri-
means a greht leali to ).iytona in giving ELmer L. Collins, ynn, Mass. :(I slok of iundian inade le'k- e. ree : i
life 04nd prest irigm otIi t:istitttions andi E k. Ruot, Blton, Mass. i is c(lipltt.e.
nti ,rpri.ses. Joseph A Fcgler, llroy kly i. N ,'l, i i1. Y.hetl.e r ';C a ..o. -r .t. ... .
e-ttim-l t,', t 1fit i- 4c.;&rk and Worthington L. M Aitten1. i : ven i p
i ):,vt 1n:1 B ,,:h fiftv r," lolntz.z will be Stev. Senhouse, Australia.
.. eorwt Wiley. S\rhcu-e. NY. \For Sale iwelve~room Cot-
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Artist WormansW 1)1, w-. C.

W 000S6. LJAW PIKCES. hisWea Vealo avemom
the askr~oibi is.


*Loe-Vauab dimmcd sod.
Reward of $50 will be ive. ader
by retaaiiag to Dr. Schasidsr, 302
North RidkjUwood. tf
D. D. Rogers is Imomy d to
Miami om busine and will mave
Utomight. He will probably go on to
SPigon Key to a his aon, in which
cae he will not be home until the
forepart of next week.
If you wish to take hoe a nice
gift to friend from aytoa, all
at the Gift Shop. 95-4t


SMr nd Mrs. C. Weibering, of
Cleveland, Ohio, who are stopping
at the Riverside, are so played with
Daytona that they are contemplat-
ing renting a cottage and spending
the summer her.


What to Do In an nEmewger y.
Shipwrecked.-Go ashore a soon as
possible; remove wet clothing and r-
late your experiences to nearest re-
porter. Add photograph If possible.
Baby. Cat, Asleep on Face Of.-Re-
move cat.
Tran. Itun Over By.-Remove train.
using force if necessary. Upon re-
lease ncquaiut nearest station master
with the facts and proceed as la case
of shipwreck.
Pantry. Burglar In.-Procure a copy
of the TartS Reform league's latest
publication on free food fallacies and
read same to Intruder, taking care to
elucidate most telling arguments. The
contrite crackaman will at once turn
over a new leaf and express his sor-
row. Under the circumstances you
will do well to accept his assurance
of regret
Crime, Haring Committed or Being
Suspected Of.-Apply to nearest mu-
sic hall manager for an engagement
Insist on being put among the "tar"
turns and demand a salary proportion-
ate to the gravity of the crime In ques-
tion.-Punch.


Not Worth It.
A young man, after his banns had
been twice announced, called upon the
busy vicar early one morning. He
wanted to hare a private word with
him about the banna.
"Well," said the vicar. "what is
wrong?"
"Oh. It's the girl's name."
"Hasn't It been given correctly?7'
"Oh. yes. It's correct enough, but I
want you to put another girl's name
for the third calling. I've changed my
mind and would rather marry Mary
'Arri' instead of Sarah Jenkins.'"
The vicar lectured the youth unroi
his fickleness and told hilo if he want-
ed any alteraton it would be necessary
to make a fresh start and have the
banno published afresh.
"What. and pay another shilling?"
nmirtl the lover


WIT BEACH STREET, DAYTONA.
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rie's ucator SHOES.


GLOBE


DAYTONA, FLA.


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m" 4"m ru thllu Everyt

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wd m L AeGeWd ge-
'do kft wV1an bbr bat ou
Am red wito your ban HOR
if rw4 d le Yswlbn Pow be; DAYTON
W- W so a pay wA I
-4ftINVOW. ~cft" to e dear
41F i s 86 a t S* Oibaple's for U
IN* Iraa ~revelmd gem IU
vwwpm SM post I i with his dW Hors tm
WOOL well kept,


,iA Ga of His Nave.
S tarw. the abowmmam. was a
tit t S C aptuli William
1* nJIa rider w o was killed
NW gmM= r Outa. I tthe Spanish-
Sj iw. 'XNeMI as sheriff of
A. wha vbe Tykc becmine ac-
-pmtla wftbh ima, d more than
Wi m rthe e eMy rendered the
S -4K 'MeMa 4-rIre tte reputation
S I ftr me mr Taylor was once

ht sa ad tbm tbheritated.
M m to U eboome the rtght words.
thW wa anything that
vw afrtad of. Oure he
Am wmere tea of the pals
:., i ," Mk, rl tnt robber se was

lbgi- Agand walked him
'Iaaso I t a md or aly witblh
t WaIws that aerrer


Adr en s,
Addreow,


SEASIDE INN
FURNISHED COTTAGES.

thing Modern,
homelike and Comfortable.
on Atlantic Beach.
Surf Bathing and Fishing.
0 PER DAY AND UP


RACE STEWART
(A BEACH, FLORIDA.

RF CREST
LS bten thoroughly renovated; is
comfortable and finely located
thbln ad lhling.
fte i.0A to p Ao per day.
MRS. t. E. R PGER,
Daytona Bl-ach. Fla.


he ?Princess fssena
semeAreare, AArida.
A fine stone and frame structure* every-
thing new and manitary; exceptionall y lrgc
roonu; all modern conveniences; location
high and dry; near ocean; large grounds;
home table; rates per day IMM and up; spe-
clal rates for ason. Address
ADA W. POWERS, Proprietor.


THE IIiTE OUSE | CTTW
DAYiTONA BEAOH, FLA.
Rooms bright, airy, and completely fur-
ntalbttd modrn Improvementa, clean and
up-to-date. Locatt-d o Beabrtexe Avenue
a short distance from Atlantic ocean. Rates
reasonable. E. L. HOWARD, Prop.


T ft ft d the 07 ~ 1 1


F 26RALLD & OATES
Att..my-i a -r aLaw^
Bsa"l Faitimes fer Ervmlnhgt and
Prestng Lra 'Tes.
OMea i Conrad Diol.di. 'Pbone 128

0. A. KLOCK, Mo D., 3
MrWecIAN AY s9mftOL _
AmmEaf.u with K. T geWgmm, 0 0.
Mtteton asr tma gtva o to Disease of
S1 lu, Noi and Throat and j
eof s.ases g
SMSers 7 0a. mo, Ito 4 p m. T


E. L. STEWART
Physkcis and

t gela atteatIon to Diamoes of ye-, Eu:r,
Throat and Nose.
PWDth 0er West Patssolce
ma-e Ca ils answered.


ROY HOWE, M. D.
Pbysiciam and Surgeon
Ooeomand RetMence: 13 fo. Ridge-
wood Avene.opp. Ridgewood Hotl
Omffce our.: to11 a. m.; 2 to 4 und
*:D to 8 p. m. TetepbM 175


SEABREEZE SANITARIUM.
OCBAN BOULEVARD.
SmPARR.zR, FLORI IA.
Rooms Le AS, bunn aDa Attractive. A
corps of Oompetent Nursea in attrendaiic.


C. C. atUANN ON,. D., Daytoa. Fla.
PHONm No. 74.


C. C. BOHANNON,
.tAjeimm an.i d Jsr.Sw n,
Offiee over the Atwood Pharnmacy,
Beach Street,
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Telephone No. 74.


SDR. FH. HOUGHTON

|IB DENTIST l
S Office In Peck Block--
* PHaox U West End South Bridge. .
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H. EUGENE JOHNSON,
Bicycle Livery.
Oarrles a full line o
Bicycle Supplies and Repairs.
Prices Right. All work guarantee-d.
Como mad S...
WEST END OF CENTRAL BRI DGE
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DR. EDITH B. SHOEMAKER
m M DENTIST
Office Hours:
9:00 to 12:4) an. II.
2:00 to 4:10 p. In.
60 THIRD AVENUE. Telephone 38


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OSTEOPATHY C
DR. J. C. HERMAN
Graduate under A. T. hiI I. foundel. r of
Oste opthy at Kirk.vllav Maliouri.
E I0HTH 1E9. S4I I NaI TA R N..
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[IVgjRY AND ST lES
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HACKS MEET ALL TRAINS.
THE FINEST TURNOUTS IN DAYTOPMA
Blacksmith aad Carrlage
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VsuM am u aMi- e jr.
WhiM hlk ye7 is water with mon
-i_ mrandi ? Nearly a
wati aued with tropical vegt&
leo aittas with TOmy v T
bo tlIag oat upon her bommw,
pM fW d adse in counted number
sI seMgi, a- t iwem, to thee with rd
dred; her bosom Pcked with dusi
l- dot and mnowy-winged seabirds
wMl dt about as if for the sport ol
It, bobblg mapo her waves; watch that
1%, Sbbbty old white headed p Hlian pow-A
q at mallet, and that fish hawk str4-
P upward with his foandering load
SIa -ateh d from as water.
.m the breatiful launches, spick and
spaN, their hampm and lockers bulging
U with wtn~milmt both sold an liquid
nadty fr a rwame upo her beautiful
rfaue Take out your field glass and
weep the river from Ormoud bridge to
IPass Park light house, then say
wbetbher the Halifax isn't a thin of
beauty sad a joy forever, and one of
'" e modern wonder.
The B*-aw Pictuw ureRsqidgew.ed.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
Sad the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trmnked live-oaks extend their
gliat arms across this magnificent vista,
formiag ao arch, and from these extend-
ad arm great festoons of 8panish mos
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
this bhite shell street one has the im-
qprion of a fairy path with elfih dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
aa eye first to the right and then to the
left you see distinguished cottage homes
in the most delightful settings.
urpasimng Bematy it Ow Cottage taewes.


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Scuhldks tel S h
Arrive at Shmidt's Hotel yesterday I
were: W.B. Hoyt, New Yak City; J. A.
H. Pitts, Tusaloo, Ala.; Cbam. A. A r~ Seh
Arms, Binghampni, N. Y.; Washiag-
ton Colyer, Brooklyt; Geo. L. Thatcher NmI V scuar a s
and wife, Chicao; Geo. N. Smith amd
wife, Detroit; Mr. Jame A. Walter, DAYUIA, IFL
Cortland. N. Y.; W. orman, BaltU-
more; Geo. G. Gleeso, St. Augustine;. o 2oi aZA bb
Otis McClain, Washington, eP.- -
An informal done was give at Ma*"w"YWi"Mn
Schmldt's Hotel last evening, and a de-
lightful time was enjoyed by all. The
Clarendon O.chestra furnished the
music. THE ID

S The Prince Oarge.
Late arrivals at the Prince Ge I WILL REMAIN OPEN
are: F L.Valiant, Wm. H iHarrism THE.MIDDLE OF APR
and wife, Dr. E. H. Galligan, Wn M.
g QuilleyNew York City; G. A. Gulp, THERE ARE ENOUGH
S Jacksomville. ING TO REMAIN TO
Amongtherace people stopping atIN RE TO
at the Prince George are: "Senator" W *
SJ. Morgan, New York; W. B. Wise, E. D LANGWORTHY
I. eral sales manager of the Buick; O. Hed-
strom, Jr., of the the Indian Motorcycle
Company, Springfield, Mass, and his
four riders, Walter Goerke, Brooklyn; **_ | _sg--
.4 A. G. Chapple, New York; Robert --
Spibbe, Birmingham; Millard H. New-
ton of the Brooklyn Eagle.


The Ridgewood.


Judge U. F. lbach, who has been
at the Daytona Hospital and Sanitar-
ium for treatment, is again at his
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No one of Daytona's attractions, per- Bay street home, although still far
haps commands more nearly universal from well.
attention and praise than does the artis-
tic cottage. The owners of these charm- AUTTOMOBILE EOR CHARTE R-Four
ing villas hail from every corner of the cylinder Stevens-Duryea, hour or
country and they bring their own archi- trip, call Morgan House, phone 110.
textural plans and build upon themand The High School play, "Mrs
as the architecture of one section of the Briggs of the Poultry ard," was
country differs from the architecture of repeated at the Ormond Hotel
another so do orr homes differ in out- theater last evening with the same
ward appearance and structural beauty success that it was presented here
from one another. There are nomonoto- Friday evening at the Daytona
Snous rows of strikingly similar buildings Opera House. A number of other
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated scholars accompanied the youthful
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps thespians.
the mind wondering "What next?"
S Pavemts the M"t md Best. "The majority of records held up
S t r iet t t d to this time have been made by cars
Why the Architect of the Universe using Monogram Oil. Sold by (hru-
Schose to give to Daytona the most ad- ber-Morris Hardware Co.
mirable, the most picturesque natural
Setting of all the cities of the South is W. A Jones, of Chicago, who has
!not revealed but that such is a fact been visiting this city, went to Ie-
I must be apparent to the most superficial Land today to confer with Silas B.
observer. With such lavish wealth of Wright upon Masonic matters. Mr.
Natural beauty it became an easy thing Jones holds a high position in tlhe
Sfor the hand of man to give the little Masonic fraternity, being Soverign
'finishing touches which have brought Inspector General. Tlhirty-thitd De-
out the colors and outlines of the big agree, of the Consist, ,y of Mexico,
'picture. i Scotish Rite Masons, and has been
Man did all this in the laying out fofi material ai o, in the reorLzniziti,<.
the streets with their wide margins of of the Grand Lodge \ille N)e
Sparkage, the entire city becomes a Mexico, of the Republic of xiC(io.
great park Fresh Michelia tires; all irsts,
And as for pavements, pavements no seconds. For sale at the Atla.ti,.
: that look and act like granite,-wheret otor Car Co. and Central Gara g
else between the eastern and western tf
Seas are so many miles in proportion to
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of
place reports more and better, laytona -----
throws down the gauntlet to the world. THF FI I INTAN HRTFI


S Squlnr. Flowers. Birds and Fruits.
Whatever one's shortcomings and
) however indifferent or eve callous one
may be to many things, the mere men-
tion of "squirrels and flowers, birds and
e r..itj" will and a thrill that is rejected


Late arrivals at The Ridgewood are:
Chat Choate, Tallahassee; R. T. Admsa,
C. F. Philips, Providence, R. I.; Mr. and
Mrs I. C. Collier. Natalie E. Collier,
Brooklyn: J. H. McCauley and party,
R Sprague Stearns and wife, Clinton,
Ill ; Mrs. J. B. Callaghan, Mrs. M C.
Foster. Bryant Butterfield, Cincinnati;
S. W. Croxton and wife, Miss Croxton,
Cleveland; J.A Damen and wife, Marsd-
field Hills, Mass.; N. H. Reed, Mrs. But-
tcr(worth. Somerville, Mass.; Thomas E.
K Ily, Miss Kelly, Pittsfield MaS.; NM.
B. Stroub and wife, Mrs. E. H. Maxton, i
A. E Goare I, W. L. Morgan, T. E
Milleted, F. E. Donellson, Rockaway,
N J.
Somewhat DPuzzlina


It Is not at all surprising that the
Animrican vernacular should some-
tines prove a little too much for the
l~nglishmana. A case In point was that
of a visitor from L.ondon who came
to New York last summer and was
tal;in ty his host to see one of tht
lea. uce ,:iseball games at the Polo
gr:Iunds. The game had progressed as
far as the third inning without any- l
thing: in particular happening, when
sud(hlnly one of the Giants pounded i
out a three bagger that set everybody
i N ling with joy.


`'"hat was a bird!" ejaculated the
E i llshmnan's host after the excite-
unio't had subsided.
A moment later a foul tip sent the
ball flying back to the grand stand.
"And iht do you call that?" queried
the Enilishman.
"That's a foul," said his host.
"A..'" returned the Eugllshman, "a
f(,w\ i1: Well, It seems to me that
tl:. I:o "-; ': e r'f 1'nssoall Is most ex-
t.ir rdlTirry. A fowl Is a bird and a
hir(l 1-; I fowl, and yet you use these
it.r i t. de-c'ribe two plays that seem
t., :, loe d(1:imeticnally opposed to
1. 1 1h, r. I'o, y u (:a11 that logical?"
1' l 'i lhu,,;n is still trying to
ii? it r ,< W1 ekly.


Te HOTEL PERKINS
Opened June 1. Iwx
FIFTH anti WAIS INGTON 8TS.
PORTLAND, OREGON
(The Rose City)


I Modern Luxury atCModerate Rates."

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DAYTONA, FLORIDA
nMOW OPN
REFURNISHED AND RENOVATED
THROUGHOUT

CW[ESTSPT IN DAYTNUA, LOCATli i mW P M
SAME MANAGEMENT AS "THE BRISTOL," ABBURY PARK. N. J.




THE BENNETT
r" North Ridgewood Avenue
OPEN DURING APRIL.
Fumnit Raeort, The Ocean- A H. I. ANP Poprl-tors
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA, D. R. STILLMAN, Proprietr.
Faciag The Halifax. Half Block from Storesdl astefice.
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The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
Very Highest Grade,
Pleading and satisfying the most particular people.


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THE PALMETTO |
SW'EL.L KNOWN AND POPULAR. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River.
SA onmelike and Comfortable House. First-class In All Respects.
SC. O. CHAMBERLIN, Proprietor.

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LKMALITEMS.

Packing, mhiypiiig and rrpairin1
furniture a secciat i. N. Ericktton
COUaWe&oue. i-W-S tf
,br Ioddico Plealing Circle enjoy.
ed picnic and luncheon today a
Mrs. L. 0. Rawsi-'s cottage on thit
beach.
Lost-Betweeh Peeck4-end ric(k.;
at. te and Schmi.ht's 54el, salla
brown pocket 4 bo', 5 bill and
ebange. lReturn o P.-H. store. lie
ward.


Mr. aud Mrs W.V C. ('asw. ll de-
parted MMonday or their home at
Wakefield, R I Mr. Caswell has
ilWhis launch. thpe Hazel, in charge
of F A Root at the drv dock.


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S. 2,386,305
1,840,170
... ... 1,463,899
1,045,345
215,335
147,115
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357,045
344,790
ch 123,305
ach 57,395
R Beach 53,775
rh 48,935
a Beach 33,645
12,.480
Beach 8,430
rna -- 7,045 1
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S ++~l6 foot Launch for sale for $1(10
worth f:I'0. New engine. W m. B.

i Mrs. Hewitt mi Miss Sarah K.
tBaldwin of Cocia, came up ovomlay
night on the steamer constitution n
R and are with their friends Mir. andi
' Mrs J L. Wilson, at the Riverside
fr a few days.
-i WGo to Mrs. S. M. Ryan on the
t Shell Boat for millinery.' 95-:1t
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Mrs. Eddie Root arrived from
,Jacksonville Monday afternoon and
joined her husband, the noted pro-


fessional bicycle rider, at The Will-
mer, on south Palmetto avenue.
i 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. S2-tf.


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Silver P Ie Dmac SiPia
Mu"sias and ,Comedy
SkrutM
Don't fail to we theme people, as
they're the bet of their kind.

Will make several change
through the week.
Motion Pictures Chanit Every
Day.
Matiace Saturday at 3 p. a.
Admission 10 cents, NIhbts 15k.
Doo OlU AT 7.i00 P.M.
Prrcem ll remain the ame.


BOWLING


ALLEY.


The most popular
Indoor gaim for


LADIES AND GENTLHEM.


Afternoon and evening.


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With a iSolCte (t 0 of Twenty ligs
Olass Actors,
A New PW yn ch kveaftg,commeneing
%with
"In Gay Atlantic City"
MONDAY EVENING.
Otbsrlays wrHI be pres ted in the fol-
_rimtl8 Iid" Two _t roanies," "The
ibnf Vlowb." i rlF Promn
311StoR,* "Sweet Wxtwn," "TTbe 'bor-
The mlrls merles of plays are of the
laushbter-pIololda typeand the eoni-
wy -r- t-s-l4 them cole#s witt the
hitLee rMeemmendatilo of the mwtro-
pohta 4owd the country; tlhy have
playd to crowded houMe.m e.vtrywhere
aBd will no doubt draw a goot attenid-
&noe at Th WWHmans.
Popular price wlll prevail during the
we.L Reerved srats 75 c*ets, for sale
at Haskins; parqN tte 5 tmlcony 3kc-.,
ehilroen le.
The steamer Oberokee lWsve-1 th. f'rry
at TJD each evening for alwhreeze at Lie.
the round trip. Bus service at 5 v ,-nts
Ihe round trip. or peelal conveyvalit'
can up Phoae 4W Dayton*.

(Cqrown
on the
Ia ITIIKlES: o. ,
Halifax)
'rl s Qrape Fruit and
90o Tangerines.......
'-and -brist-no meale or rust.
iM~~C Will attend to shipping.
WULHf [U Pries Reasoautli-.
OE LE H. MUNROE
M(O*=r AND SKIPPER
12 5. -- WOO AVBE.-Oayt, Fl.


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Miss Lettle Kuso. PbmIst.


Matiwl% .., W-ed "tpaI3n1. n4tl n aturdaYi,
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Admission 15c.


Children 10c.


I Joor4 open tit 7151) p. nm.


Billiards And PooL

CIGARS AlD TOUCCO
Largest Stock, Oratest Nbr BDna..
Cigars to please anyao


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Fruits, Candis, etc.


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iRIs-20 pr cent. o at The -_- -tGet your lunch at Mills' stand
r O. por cent. off at The on the beach near the Clubhouse.
G Globe. 95 t f On account of the small attend-
( Mrs. C. H. Stewart and son,Fletch- K O Dan at the High ool yesterday
er. came uu from Melbourne iMon- MI M the Trustees decided to close school
day to spend a few days with rs. INISnIN(U for the three remaining days this
Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. week and make up the lost time at
Nash, on Volusia avenue. the close- of the term.
S onagram Oil, used by the big Y I TA MTH'e have in a new line of Day-
;Benz racer and all the record break- I T -UiAIL MLIHWO) ETna felt pennants, all colors, al
era on the beach. One as essential prices. John H. Schwegler. 96-4t
as the other. For sale by Gruber- All Prints Made on i
Morris Hardware Companv. tf Velox Thle hollsebwlt "Onawa Second",
Morris tHardwartse Cman. tf Velox. which left here kriday afternoon at
Artie Stewnart is hoime from lMel- 114) o'clck, on one engine, reached
I,:'urne, where he is employed, to! LET I'S StlOW Y(W01 IlN 'i.l;cksonville at I):() a. in., Satur-
e the races. He is visiting at TO OBTAIN 1TlLE II.-T j;-.y niakig a reinarkaliy (1Iitk
ayna Beach with his grand- RESULTS trp. (apt. F. A. oot and son,
Other, Mrs. J. A. Stewart. KODAK. Fre \\ lio accompanied the "Onawa"
Modern home on Halifax aven-! EASTMAN FILMS. ;altl*ari lie '"'riiat,' also made a
ue, Silver Beach, at a rare bar.i quic( antl pleasant return trip,,
gain if soldvthis month. Bin-a EVERYTHING FOR THE KO- reac.ihi.g horne at :;:( R) o'clckl Soun-i
iham & Thompson. DAKER ALWAYS IN STOCK. (day. afternoon. coming back by way j
,j T n of the canal from, St. Augustiue
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Briggsguests They went up with the "Onawa"
o(f The Oaks, returned last week hv t.lu ,utilde route.
.from a trip to Miami and Palm Gar iner's Art 'na
Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Briggs are' argains at; the Shell Boat. Clos-
ol I friends ef Rev. and Mrs. J. L. ing tout ~iale ,f millinery. 9<6-3t
Wilson, of this city, and Mr. Briggs The riser f Secod" of
is a prominent businesss man of o rihgepert, C't Capt. Fred OHar-
Srow. i, at lN^ot' Dryv Dock tnder-
STRl \.KS-20 per cent. off at The going soine slihlit repairs before
!( lohe. 95 tf proceeding on liher way north. She
is cruising in company with the
Miss Roberta Hobbs is home from +Saratoga Inn Garage, cars st,redl "Gaza," o,f Camden, Maine, which
Winter Park, where she attends by day or week. Six-cylinder. seven- with bher owner, Guy Ware, aid
Rlollins College. to visit with her passenger Welch and foumr-p;iss ner ('aplt. Charles Morrow, is waiting at
parents, on Third avenue, and to Elmore for charter, hour ( r trip. )rniond for her. These boats came
i attend the races. I Rates reasonable, tf s,,,th last fall.


Winter Homes.


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Real Estate.


INSURE ACVAM I I
Burglary, Theft or
While your house Is vacant :w
F. N. CONRAD, agent for the MARYLAND GMAfe# CO
A hotue protected by one of these oonisk is M. I0k-. M w
for what is stolen and them et even by rUehllMg aS l
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Bond Lumber Comany.
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Rough and Dressed Cypreu L-r- ,
Lath, Shinglea, Flooring, CeHing, Brick, Lime Md craml S eei .
Office and Yards: a.st t'oust L(liwy tod Osllon Avw.
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SWanted--A\ i-l I reoinmended
cored woman at cook and laun-
drtan, to to N'w York. Family "
mall. Wages .25.0) Apply L.
F. Jones, cor. Rid ewood and ()range

nA number of professional wheel-
wa sad mo orcy tb city Monday to engage in the
yera on the beach during the week.
ySelect your s8)ring spring suit
fmn mmple at (C S. Burnett's, the
mebaant tailor, 'rho makes them
igh Lere in Dayt9na. 94-t
Mr. and Mrs. G W. Eppinger and I
mtwo m0m of Nowark, N. J., are !
esfts of The Riverside. One of the i
-ai fC.we. whr, in a fine nianist i


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Armour Sliced St:tr .t, in ii,... 30c.
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