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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 25, 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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lie Bicycle. Event-Other New


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r6itd with the
h PFgler mad&
6 a laK n.ile pro
-o whoa he lightl%
.H macl in M 47 1-5
gi llt mnahxt huxtlkd
i ar a2-ry4hder. 10
krt beeailed "M'ot
M Nie in 44 3-r.

|S -ft predwed a
eir aw ,a oere
ml ek frrle over
Hl~ftM. W-5 swoed.
1 M- M6W their imingsa



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-- -r for 5 miles


WI" in 30
di LmaLin 110


h. p.
Fiat


Ii l J-s. 24th, 1905.
wn n marvelous
IW covering ten


41j to the big
4 h'i ; a record
Stne tern mfl
A 0. Cbapple wa'
Ugieycle aud he
i uw for motorcy-
il mm 57 seconds.
Ultinmd in 10:12 4-5;
OkJp.w thrdin 1200 3-.5.
kI+ fitt the first #cci-
4 Robt. Stubbs.
l AL.. wI e passing an-
SlI I the soft sand
s- kled, a tire came
di to m aebine turned
San a nthe air before


which was also lneitentally a new ree-
ord to Ut- spf.dy Brouklyallte. **** ** **
Uafwtuar, ately, ja ite 2-at-mae .amute A
trial. the electric timi g pperau failed JI J
Is work, but from the way thbe big Benz
rolled over the courI, and the w 'Srin ( I- A gC
-trall of white sand that It left in ite F TI I A YJ
wake, it mu-t have beaten Mniott T'NT
ld record of 28 1- mMl. |< i E VlN T ....
In the last evet od the day, the 100- $
ile pistol diplaeeaeset cls nee, in, $--
which there were seven tarters, the RAMp STJ T TODA 9? N.
ReP a broke a pisto% on the first p .
after starting two minute late for beck
4f gasoline. The Flat Cyclooe driven
by Ralph DePalmaor course made the EVENT NO 22--HALF MII.E BICY.
bet time, covering the 100 mike in 76 CLE, PROFESSIONAL, HANDICAIP.
minutes and 55 secosda, or at te rate Elmer L. Collins, Lynn, Mass.
of 7 miles per or. P E. F. Root, Boston.
o 78mieperhour. Lw P.t Jo. A. Fogler, Brooklyn
behind the wheel of a BCuick.made the W. L. Mitten, Davenport, Ia.
soeod bet time of0 iUtea, 14 see- Stev. Seahouse, Australia.
| ,ad OoG eaIr W M thDdt ot George WGeriley, Syracuse.
1 I- Adsh.*k Ia Dis J. G ordon Walker, Australia
SSaxo Williams, Salt Lake City.
utes, 27 4-, aecode both thb Buicks Walter R. Bardgett, Buffalo, N. Y.
wiuning in their different clas in ric- Fred Hill Boston Mass.
rwd tine. DePalma, although he had EVENT NO. 27.-QUARTER MILE
not beaten the 100 mile record of Naur- BICYCLE AMATEUK.
ce lernin in the Renault of lat year A. G. Chapple, Brooklyn. N. Y.
when be did 100 miles in 72 minutes 5( Hugh Hansen, Atlanta, Ga.
1-5 second:. kept on, and cov. toe. D. Hanna, Tampa, FI.
.wd one mo hlap. ot 120 miles, in thu Robert Stubbs, Birminghai.u Ala.
Sord of 'Salter Goerke. Brooklyn, N. Y.
fmi. rAC td tniUe of *3 minutes, 4 3-5 Fraak A. Valiant, New York C'.ty
teonds, thus easily supplanting Ce- E. Gaestel, New York City.
Iino's 12US mile record of last year, D. Noon Hudson. Atlanta, Ga.
made in the pani- (car of 103 minute" EVENT NO. 14-KILOMETER% MO-
and 11 .-eeondsf. TORCYCLE, RECORD TRIA1.S.
SUMMARIES. A.G. Chappel, New York, 7-11. p. Indian,
TI !i'le ProfCtssional Bicycle Erent. rolling Robt. Stubbs. Birtiaoghana, 7-ih.p. Indian
.trt" hr-... Josh A. Fogler, ro William Wray, Jr.. N. Y., 6-hi.p. N.-S. U.
,t.nrt: ir-rt.. Joseph A. Foolr, Brook- a -. p. N. S U.
Eugene Ga-stel, N. Y ;- p. N. S. U.
vn. N ; tlimne 47 1-5 seconJds. c- Fred Hill, Bjsrato, Mass.. ( h.i- N. S. I.
.,nd. W. i.. Mit tit, .avetnport, Ina.
i'ird, E. F'. il, R t, It.ton; F,,urth. EVENT NO. 21--t)NE MIlE, PI,,
-;^xon illisiS. FESSINNAL, B CLE, lAN )AI'
Oue-Mile Motorcycle Time Trial.: Os- :hltner L Collins. Lynn, M os.
.ar lledstrom, Springfield, Mass.; 10 E. F. Root, Boston, Mass.
h p., 2-cylinder Indian, 44 3 5 secunds .Joeeph A. Fogler, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Five-M I l Motorcycle Titpe Trials: Worthington L. Mitten, Iaven\p' ,rt.
Walter (;rrke. Brooklj. N. Y., first, Stev. Senhouse, Australia.
time, 3:301-5. Second, Robert Stulbb. George Wiley, Syracuse, N. Y.
Birntinghami, Ala.: time, 3:33. Third, J. Gordon Walker, Australia.
A. G. Chiap<'l, New York; time, 3:52. Saxon Williams, Salt Lake ('itv.
Fourth, Eugene (a.-tlic time. 4:28. Walter R. Bardgett, Buffalo, N. Y.
Five-MilehInitation Automobile Race: Fred Hill, Boston, Mass.
First. "wt-orge Roberttsn, Benz; time, EVENT NO. 13- INVITATION MATCH
2.45 1-5. Second Ralph D- Palma, RACE, 1, 5 AND 10 MILES.
Fiat ('~.vlone. Best 2 in 3 heats. Second heat. 1 nlc.


Five Mile, Southern Championship:
First, I'O,H- !Hartf(,rd, GusGrosjean; see-
oid, C\leveland, .lames Laughlin 3rd;
thirti, l.o,mobile, George Robertson;
fourth. Cadillac, Herbert Lytle; fifth,
Buick, 1 B. Myers. No time taken.
Ten Mile Antiattur Motorcycle Record
Trials 01 Cu. In PlistonN Displacement:
tirst, A G. t'happle, tiumie S:57; second,
WValt.r Georke. 10:12 4 5; third. Win.
\Vray, Jr.. 130 3-5.
Ten Mile( Ili\itation l:.ie: First, Benz,
l)a iid B uce Brownl, titae 5.:14 2-5; sc-
,,ud; Fiat C('clone. Halph De Palma.
time, 5.'.24 4-5.
Tlao Mile Bic \clt Race: First, Jos. A.
Fogler, tinie, 3:45 1-5.; second E F.
Hoot: Third. \V. L. Mitten.
100 Mile 'iston l)isplaceumet ('lass
lRace, Firbt lap, 20 miles: Fiat Cyclone,


Hotchkiss-H. J. Kilpatrick.
Benz-George Robertson.
Fiat-Ralph De Palmia.
EVENT NO. 28-HAILF MILl,. BI(Y-
BLE, AMATEUR.
A. G. Chapple, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Hugh Hansen, Atlanta, Ga.
Joe 1). Hanna, Tampa, Fla.
Robt. Stubbs, Birminghan. Al.\ .
Walter Goerke, Broxklyn. N .Y.
Frank A. Valiant. New York ('itv.
Eugene Gaestel, New York City.
I). Noon Hludson, Atlanta, ;a.
EVENT NO. 19.--ONE MILE BICY
CLE OPEN.


Elmer L. Collins, Lynn. Mass.
E. F. Root, Boston
Joseph A. Fogler, Brooklyn
Worthington L. Mitten. Davciiport. Ia.
Stev. Senhouse, Australia
Geo. Wiley. Syracuse, N. Y.
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SOMEBODY


WAKE RIP


Ihe P'alm Boeach NSews chronicle. the
departure of Benjamin Douglas in his
electric launch for "Ormond to take in
the automobile races there."


IBRI06E



TAI

SThose of you m
up to St. August
de' Leon celebrate
v;lle, will be inte
notice of the tel
traffic over a par


NOWN



if IR iR

who contemplate a run
ine for the great Ponce
ion, and on to Jackson-
rested in the following
mporary suspension of
t of the way.


"Editor Daily News:
"Will you publish the fact that the
bridge at Durbin creek between here
,and Jacksonville is likely to be out on
Friday and Saturday of this week. bt.
Johns county is putting in good work
there on the approaches and will have a
Up 'wide, strong bridge, but it would be
Swell to warn automobilists that there
I $ ill be no chance of getting to Jackson-
Svile on those two days.
'Yours very truly,


"JOHN ANDERSON."


Hotel site for sale or lease, any


If Mr. Douglas isn't better informed portion of 800 feet ocean front,
as to where the greatest races that ever
happened are being pulled off than is the also avenue front, 300 feet deep
editor of the Palm Beach News lie i. running through to Orandview
liable ta fetch up in an oyster bank at avenue. Located one block north
the ship yard or land in Earl Bao,n's
orange grove at No. 9. of former Clarendon Hotel. H. L.
Will somebody wake Rip up? Kochersperger, Seabreeze. 9)81-tf


exbtltes OGam, By The
Broklyn Aggrretioa.


A IEATANE IS OP3FeSI.


Don't forget the great base ball ame
on Friday afternoon between the teams
of the Brooklyn base ball club team. The
game In made possible through the en-
thusiam and public spirit oftbe follow-
ing gentlemen, who, whi4 aboard Com-
modore Burgoyne's motor yacht "Sweet-
heart" last Sunday afternoon formed a
syndicate to underwrite the undertak-
ing. Their names are T. E. Fitzgerald,
S. A. Miles, F. J Wagner, Frederick
Conrad, W. J. Morgan, J. Wilbur Hobbs,
Neville H. Clark, Alex Holroyd, M. Hil-
yard and J. D. C. Morris.
The Brooklyn base ball team will
have thirty-six people in the party, and
great interest will be centered in the
game all over the country because it is
their last game in the south, the team
leaving on Saturday in order to be at
home for the opening of the National
League professional season of the north
and west.
The local base ball grounds will be
put in fine shape for tl\e occasion, the
admission being only fifty cents to see
the finest game of base ball ever played
in the south. The base ball game cer-
tainly is a star attraction added to the
closing day of Daytona'.s automobile
week.


*For Sale $600 will buy a
Rambler Five-seat Touring Car.
See it at Oliver's Gara.e. tf


Club House if the Florida Ea ;t Coast Automobile Association, Now the Center of Interest.


Smashed the Fence. A
What might lave been an accident of (
40erious conset-juence. was averted only i
lby luck Tuesday noon, when a f.ur-


cylinder Ford runabout, carrying I:. 11
Johnson and a friend; both of (il;andu
crashed into the fence around tne prop-
ecty at the southeast corner of Ilidig-
wot d and Magnolia avenues.
The accident occurred about 12- i
and was caused by the stearin, g,.:t;
breaking as the machine wa s b .i1,
turned into magnolia avenue lit.'i
Ridyc wood
As soon as he saw somuntiii;j \:. %.
wrong Mr. Johnson shut off tlc l"v',
and put on the brakes, lbut. ni;;i
-standing, the niomentum of the niachiiI.
carriedd it past thr. sidewalk and iioll ti;
fence, both lamps being ruined, :;i.i
other lesser (sri tcgt.s (dvlle. iI- "
tuuat,'ly, no ole vwa. hurt.


or Sale-- Twelve-room Cot-
arn PiAdou'ftul a&>e- forf I I


Ovation


AUTOMOBILEE PARADE



WITNESSED BY THOUSANDS.


Throughout jrvbo~ iv. Ilii'. 1ijitur'l
trophy i'l-hN v.ta~ i 41red i nl I D.iv-


tona Patily v.>-.
The Route. ton l-ail
1 OMiss .Jrs.,ie lBr,. ,,i-iu vLli:n^ in 1'ixiri-
at it gr i..n, captured Hi t:e( -,,o:l, prize.
i offf-red by H. 11. I..sst. l. i. ra-
%.ars D)corated in Various Ways tior was very vinrking a;l ii lr,.d ,lanv
Displaying Artistic Skill and ,.xclanati.un of pleasure ,tnlI :tpr,\'ti


Refined Taste.


all along the lir,, of rTmairch.
Miss Ies.~ir- lBingham dr,,- i a Id':i illiac
to victory. This car was v-rv striklin"


in red, white arid green 'I hi, prize '.Aa.o
l :'L,. i :.i : ie wh a a dho e'd,-ld suci c S.i giv..n by the lorida Et.-t (',l ,.t A:.t,-
' \\!itc worked thuiatic- obile ciatiin. M F. J. r
:.hv I,, :':K it ,(o ;al,i it is no fault of hisi ie t s c b t in a t 't F. Ni,.
tied this car but in a "t Ms:" 31i>. ',,:,,i,.
rih:tt rri.,,c ,.IC, ,t in the picture,(lue was declared the winriecr. I ,, .-.
Ir, ,.c-i, ,n It a beautiful and in- ar w re great. fav rite ,.,.,, '' "
car wf gre t av riesmio.-i oi


m.b Iam ikr

ft t| I nD



A Timee]-Uaiooa la ej i I'vt
W. J. Morgan as theo big
passedhrough the O tropaM fo --
city Saturday. To"ehig aUp, gom-
jeet of better moade for lloft I l -
gan in quoted as awing:
"I alSo notice that W-dlh"
a road to Jackaooa Ks, aMd ts o -lb
to be built fror St. A ug-fte JN
sevaill Fe edm w m
greatly by uebh a roea, sad'ri-
talk with e board of t -ads
crmb"iag little city aboft 0h ---
even ministers of the pal m
ent. But what really W iiai I
bad in mtbe wa o a road is mo
Jaeksonvillse cea tbash he to m-
which could be k.w a the lahfti
River Road, which should lrt NWl
Coast Canal, the Hafax aMi htf- 4i
era, and be the gre ast w r6 h emOM
in the world. Of eowe, a p d
,ectionsofthe road arsanedy -
especially from Pali aiLh i 1
and from Ormond to Roek1m A n--
as such a road is built the Bat -0" f
Florida will be teeming with snudW
horseback riders and aatomobj C-
'Property would jump up is U i iW l
Mr. Flagler would have to dla In*
his railroad in order to double 0 -
passenger and freight, asa O- ftti
the best poajbl cfeedwr fo' t
However, I di4not eone fd to he
roads this time. but to GeoMtrd i- r
tournament at Daytoea, iniw0 I haw
been loyally supported by thed NI
East Coast Autom-obile AuM a miM
Daytona citizens."
All of which the Dil Nyew&a h ly
sanctions and predicts that s sah has y
results will come faster than may pem
pie anticipate.
Editor C. H. Waltoo, of the East
Coast Advocate, never lose aa oppor-
tunity to put in a good word for better
roads. His last issue devoted good spece
to the subject. The following isa am-
pie from his editorial pate:
"On another page of this issue we re-
pjlin t an article from the LsytOAa DAy
\Cw. o)n the completion of their good
uoads system to the Brevard ao-ty-le.
4L the last meeting of Ute Brevud
county couvminiaioners they received m-
tice from the commissioners of Voltai
ioiwuty that they would Lotiy them
when they were ready to I ave the two
I')ar(ls Imet together to make arrange-
ii,'nts for the completion of the col-
u'cting link between the two counties.
io> far .so ood, but do not let the Uat-
ttr rest here They should get together
41d have this roadway fix< d before the
rainy weather sets in Whoop it up,'
Brother Fitzyieralti, we are with you till
the road is built.'


Entertained At Cards.
One of the pleasantest social events of
the season was that of Monday after-
noon, when Mesdames Hoene, Sbugert,
;md Hartje entertained a number of
ladies at cards at the handome- winter
home of ii. H. Hoene on North Ridge-
\vt),od avenue.
The spacious hall and rooms were
decorated with roses and nasturtiums.
Bridge was the game played and there
werfe eight tables. Mrs. E. T. Merrill
se:uredl the first prize, a Japanese cream
arnd sugar set, Mrs. L. 0. Smith won the
-econd irie,', a be-autifully embroidered
:*ag, anrd the third prize, a fancy belt,
f.li to .Mrs..A. B. Foster. Very artistic
.J:q:iitnse place cards were used.


iuite a number of friends came in
abo,utt four o,',-hlk and joined the card
piavers i3 the delicious refreshments
whiichl \e.r. nerved following the game.
lhi. ('Clariadr', orchestra furnished music
!urirlu thi, afternoon,, whith wa a dor-


'I he Quaker Male Quartette.
:r I;i: a'N r '-r I:&i .'.iittrtcttte, the. final
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idWuight we bhd A* clogs the,
fs %r hlf f jr wile we waited
m Gustmek e e leWaIng other i.
Ur dwas not expected to bs'o
grook but we hhave clHd on Palm
Bosac for additional godatnsd will
be resdy'P'P'PFF'PII"P)'P -
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S'IflONDAY-


and all of next week to furnsh our
customers exceptional values in out
line. Come in and inspect our stock
anyway 'P tP WP PV'P ."%""'P "P' '


Sfs tm sOrmssm, k Dytona,
weePMMim
rawoo


ANTHONY BROTHERS.


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EtlA DIVOTY COMPANY,-


Ladies' Hatters,


est Styles, Artistic Workmanship,


nHIH CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.


6 SOUTH BEACH STREET, DAYTONA.


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S Ladies' Red Cross


and Children's Educator SHOES.


THE


1 BEACH STREET.


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GLOBE


8BaaBtsrKB Mar-f 24.-0kridge N;EW
*Banmai being shelleed from Piw-'
wd avthe t o t e The Uet | IiIV
Is pmMel with Ocean boulevard one I
be south, and it is understood htat' AND F
al oer aarTl all of the lots on it have
bas mold The resident property own- .- ..
er mad the public gemerally will be glad
to hav the street open for Uo e H
Walter L Bigger, of Van W-crt.4,Dit._.
arrived SMuday morning on a visit t,, bhi Dirstly
mother, Kra. C. W. Buckner. ,n tcvan S
atnme,.aad will spePd a .c*k r, t, ,12.
days, eajoyiag the automobile tournia-
miat in the mn me Mr. Bigg-r.-
a wel kowna railroad man ,of lus at'tici HOF
Mrs. George Seldon and two sia.,r-.
SNamSedom,st artsed North Saturdav. )DAYTON
They sill qpetd amne tame at St Au- -
gutime, Chariesto. sad other points of 1U
last reaching t-ber oue t,,, Su M


Erk. PI., about May Ist.
Mrs. Orth has juMt tpioved i -w'- from
Mr. ( bn4t r,.mjau Blackburn. i qulitc ill
and that he will not start for Sealrtre
until Mr Blackburn is better.


emething Similar.
"Have you a copy of the 'Rtolen
Roper Inquired a vlsfttr to a must
eLler.
"I am afraid I dou't know of such
a Oaug."
"Why. It goes like tbh." And the
cutam erbummed the tune.
"Why, you mean 'The Lost Chord" "
Mld the aistant
"Ak. that's It?'
Highly Flottere
Tow gltaes.-" she saki. "have made


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Geo E. Upmoof taK. N Y..:
city editor of the Daily Pres of that
city, is in Daytona, a guest of The
Howard. Mr. psope is enroute
home from a visa to New Orlean0
and other points and has personal
1 friends in this city.


" ILST-Valuable diamond stud.
I Reward of 150 will be given finder
i by returning to Dr. Schneider, 302
;North Ridgewood. tf
The steamer Constitution arrived
from the south Monday evening be-
Stween six and raven o'clock with
- between forty and fifty pameagere,
, leaving again Tuesday morning
i with a light list, owing to the auto-
! mobile races being on here.
j


A "If you wish to take home a nice
gift to friends, from Daytona, call


al ~tim @at
W -A ctm mbr o-
IZr~ t~~L ~act o


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SAttney apd Csuelor at
* Law. a
Proatle. tm mte mrd r rd"rO Co
X- r n --fBM
T. L n tWald E s. rates
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorney and Counselors at Law
Special Fariliies for Examining and
Perfecting Land Titlee.
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 128

0. A. KLOCK, M. D., 0
S PMSICIAN AND SLtOEON. 0
SAoetew d with K. M.F. Ferusm.M. 0.
Spttil attntioi given to I Wi.. a f
Sthe Vyc.E. ar.Noa-azd Th rlt mit r st
35 Fittlng of ( LZ Ofice Hours: T to 1- a. 0i,.J to 4 p. in.
i an d I to 8 p. mfi. Ph>wne- -M.Tt -,I

E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
KLpec inI attvi tit on to I o4fif ?.. %i :.
Throut and No%*-.
Fewt Dewr West PRtotcke
PlboMn 42 Ca l ( ;lls al <.r.-


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ROY HOWE, M. D. :
Physiian and Surgeon
Offlced Rand~esMwn: 1 *3 mo. -
wood Avenue. opp. Rjidg'otod I14rt. i 0
Offc Hours: 9 toll a. Mi.: I to I:Iitf 0
6:I) to p. P T133.s e a s 173
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SEABREEZE SANITARIUM,
OCEAN WIOLEVARD.
14EABRKEZE. Fl.,'1I:\.
Rooms large. sunny .141 i t trtkt \.
corpof Coiu peitlt Nurva-- it :tt: li.l:: .
C. C. BO)ANNON. M. I., Daytona Fla.
PH$' NiO. 74.


S. FELD
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LADIDB TAl WR,
w. LNt. m tametN i m -
DAYTOmA. FLA.


E. S. HALL
Architect and Builder.


Office 209 Palnetto Avema

D)aytona. Florida.


I KODAK

Developing, Prinmtig *
and Film Supplies --
M*HcTI.C TL l IRM1T-4'LAH WORK.
T;iU A 1. W >1.14NINVIY<'K YOU.

Anderson & Clark
V- t- k R ko-ak. opp. iAoutb Bridge. 4


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Sat e Gift Shop. 95-4tC. BO AN NON,
)AVTONA FLA. I :tt L c. BnAiVOV ,
..T N.A, F R Bargains at the Shell Boat._M O ,'ci.. wod r9.-oon.
immm m ing out ale of millinery. /P9i-fr ktMt- ,,-r tho At P,,. .. I
Blk-acbh Str-t-t. i
DAYTONA. FLORIDA.
SLA S IDIE IN1 DAYTONA BEACH. March 24.-Mr T.-iephoi,. \,, ti
rl IN ud Mrs Bechler,.Sr of Lima. Ohio,. --
SEASlUID I ill Nwlio have spent (be past five month at H-I- -II
..ISHFD C.. TTGF Ocean Spray, left Saturday on theirre- 2 DR. F. H. HOUIHTON
RINUS. .I IF. C TT A('.E turn home Mr. aad Mrm. Fred Bechler, '
Swho have spent the winter at Daytoo, NI IM TIST -
ing ,iloccupy th-ir aprtlnnts for the r( D ENT .I..ST T
go e remainder of the season. 0 P j W.t :n.li: (i t a
melike and Comfortablc. Mrs. J 1. Field came up from Coc Ioa ,.
I -. *so. n HV~ones*@molynr V


on Atlantic Beach.


;urf Bathing and Fishing.
,0 P-L DAY AND I'P


RACE STEWART
A BI-ACII, FI(R lDA

RF CREST


Wlt- St -Of t4- U p. r d


Uh 9rincess .$rsena
F/Orrf -a -
A nl mtt(,n.- m x ad ir: :. r thi ir': ... r%
thllu fea an! ':.aiiitn'it A, -..i;
roomsaI: all nitd. rI. ic.t .A t *: .'ZI di
hot.,. t:.14,- rr44- p.r a '%.I .. nd d u :
.110111, UISt i, fur lI4U. A.idr.
A I.4I W.. Pa"WE ; I(. l'ropri~tor.


Sla-t nFrday and spent a lew days with


fri.-Ldzd in Davtona. She has come over
to, her home on Grandview avenue,
wht-re she will entertain her mother,
Mr.. Moonrt-, Ler unc-le and aunt, Mr.
i rd Mrs. Humphrey, and other rela-
tivr.- during race week. Mr. Field is
eiiployed with the Ronald & Fiske, gen-
eral merchandise firm. of Cocoa, and
they will make their home there for a
time.
A candy pull and dance at Surf Crest
were pitaesant features of last week's en-
j.ynmeut at this pleasant hou&c.
Mrs A L. Rogers and G. Rogers,
RFochester, N. Y.; C. H. Darr, Salem,
Ohio, are registered at the Daytona
Beach Hotel
Mary R. Carr, Mrs. F. N. Burt. of
Buffalo. N. Y.; Mrs. Hugh Wynne, Wil-
liam G, Wynne, Memphi,, Teno,; Mr.
arNd Mrs. Nettletoo, Scranton, Pa ; Allen
Wiiliaim.son, Chicago, were Sunday ar-
rivals at the Seaside Inn.


Water S*t4:Inside and Outside at
'THlE ITE 10HSW COTTAGES, ning Toilet.
Marr, ,uasl of o the ust way tw I fter-
'e'Is.F to hear the detals of the Xige-
11(K-iii~hi-tht. airy anad cotitivt-t- fur- rII m ustive ba by's morning toilet
I11fw.-d:a110. I1 b-11 u71 .atcrr *lz iu. A nyth ig o ver three m months old Is no
a %ho dhiCtatic.- froma Atlbaintic cxi. hi longer a -baby" to the native mater-


H." EUGENE JOHNSON,
Bicycle Livery.
4arrit% a !ut iiIAu- o
Bicycle Supplies and Repairs.
Prka, P i, igt. A.;1 vork ,2Lrrllt.
Cormo wad So..
WIKT14 KENI 'tF CNTRA pII.F:


DENTIST

F R. EDTH B.SH.OE MAKR
T tRD AVENUE. Telephone 34~
+~4444.44 50


OSTEOPATHY
DR. J. C. HERMAN
(Graduate und#e-r A. T. stii. h -
E14HT KA* a1N IN 1Y'N'
JOC!Lt.-d q4111Oilulia A%,* !.t .. :' J -,'.
wu',t *j of B. ch st..-ouppo'it.. *! T ..
'Phone Iv I 4 .V is IT -It, I a ,


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YoIIIV ben yo.
Think of MItsl Thbnk el
ICE CREAM I
Wh- Ii.ther you want a little or a lot
T'-hepboa.* Nu. 77 We dellivr all
4irdtle of )ll 7Imermcm.
THE BE3ST FOUND AWS go we RILL


- - -


"OUR STORE"
MHE SPOT CASH GROCERY
l" ., I',*., .Soouth lpf the Postoflce
S. S. MILLER, Proprietor.
% ,:I Iill ave -SS by buying here


"hP: ^S fl'IK 1:1' n.-rt -ttlon
'he Syracuse, e Y
IE 1. :A rdt I, ., MARINY'


IFONTAIN CITY
A ND
LIVERY -RANSFE R SAILS
AtiCKS MELT ALL TRAINS.
I E tf* I % EST I 'I IRNOUT IN DAYTONdA
Blacksmith and Cas'wjag.
Shop in Commectlom.
GEO. A. 4 OTE. Prowrloto.
I f\f :4

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*.DON'T PAY 10 DEIAY.*on


I Break up that Cold


YOUNG'S #aUA!ACTY,
S. li4BSch n4L


h Rexall Cold


e.


\\e guarantee this
pr-pauration.


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Socks and Boedo-.-
Oveedrmft....... ....
Baking Boom and
Fiudus V. 0 B.
.... I....$Mfr8,16 i4
Iaytomal1!?64 S89


Colectioa Acmout
mk on hand amd
in Banks.......


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Ten Per Cent. Discount


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Frrri~rr 1


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ICE,


DAYTONA, SEADULLAE, ORMOND AWnNA
Ikc for Boats [ruvered at any ogkw i Iiod w Lo
OFFICE-Rear .o Schantz Pbat.


Tothe Trde o it
WE ARE SOLE AGENT FOR ThE
j Famous Royal Scarlet and Curtis Bro. 0


ii And Like P. T. Barnum "'W Nem
Advertise Unless We Slo it."
S(',ALl, AND GET PRICES BEFORE I
CHASING ELSEWHKRK
IL Co. I. AXN BEACH STM




ATLANTIC MOTOR CAR CON

No. 8 Beach Street, Daytona, Fla.

Automobiles and Gasoline Engi

Diamond Tires, Bosch Magnetos
and Spark Plugs.
Discounts Allowed the Trade
| Secondhand Cars taken in part payment for New
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.hum'bms mb ge b. No ma wo
-1040 fat qatp t. Mooth, packed
r oMt; em wHe bovwer pedaled a b-
de oer it. ap mso e wrbo eveW
dr". a pm u pitr of hor. sad at-
Slb. I mMdB W anT t 00p"ii ofa tei oel hon

IMMIIBlH i. w Tr t--,pwW Sratomo
bule d&wn th bros stretch of wave-
H g -. '0 Bor e a < wr$bd aad A rfM.paked sand but real-
1 ,( dhad tr U indthat it s a orld-beater, a world-
- mi r e~inJ permit, gliam e waodwr. Go stand upon this wide
Sp, dwayanm d a m the happy soulflit
i -o h o. n m byb by I joyoUs mood, and answer whether
b it w=ill Wt gte wit tu this i not one of the seven modem
jwoodesn.
__ Thel M. Pu"c A =lu Izrw.
Where think you ib water with more

eMi k ltmile wide. fringed with tropical vegeta.
SI a J 1m 101, a rtistSe cottages with roomy ve-
V 5a is"Ts s. I ra la' looking out upon her bosom,
S Mi, ,&A T r U a ey food fisbes in countless numbers
I Irt- XM SLq P'~ I0 becata, {g it were, to thosewith rod
S P J. !AWiL, u W. =AIM.RA. and red; her bosom flecked with duck
Siand coot mad snowy-winged sea birds,
Which sit about as if for the sport of
FWCrfrt, bobbing upon her waves; watch that
Fo PIMaMre, i lubberly old white headed pi lican pcw-h
F a Sr t, i a fat mullet, and that fish hawk CtI ..g-
Ta' griT iHng upward with his floundering load
r D l d D he mad tched from the water.
lra S1 See the beautiful launches, spick and
o ., w SprnIwh span, their hampers and lockers bulging I
^' a i with refrehments both solid in liquid,
_t mPfor a crurwse upon her beautiful
ma datfe Takeout your field glass and 1
p fC the river from Ormnnoud bridge to
H oten Palm Bea P light house, then say I
hotel Palm Beachwheter the Halifax isn't a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and one of
ItGa 'nldl I ton. Adjolia P oa l- te m w onr
Wd to rWoplctl ?4lfedqr of Fruits and Flow- the md ers wonders.


wr borW further fouth by train or boat that corme
t. e laytona Pm ln Beach Beat LUn lands at Hotel


M MAGNOLIA. SS u"5',
9hy flbL An Modern Improvements.
mjm yrAoco-modatio-- for 300 Guests
E T '_r trat

r of Emperors=



b Emperor of Cars


by.--(for several years)


L I. M. The Emperor of Germany


The Czar of Russia


S11. R. H. Prince Henry of (iermany


and sixty other Imperial

,and Royal patrons.


HE 125 horse-power Benz which is

menterd at this week's races at Day-

k In the same car, No. 8, driven by


Tbe Bsca-mtdny IPcturesque RIdewed.
Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the -crow flies,
and the wide-spreading branches of the
heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
giant arms across this maLnificent vista,
fornmpg an arch, and from these extend-
ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss
sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
this white shell street one has the im-


, prenmion of a fairy path with elfich dra
peries, but as you move along and cas
o I an eye first to the right and then to thb
SIleft you see distinguished cottage honie
in the most delightful settings.
md passltS Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes.
No one of Daytona's attractions, per
Shapes coinmands more nearly universe
attention and praise than does the artist
tic cottage. The owners of these charm
ing villas hail front every corner of th<
country and they bring their own archi
textural plans and build upon them,and
as the architecture of one section of the
country differs from the architecture ol
another so do our homes differ in out-
ward appearance and structural beauty
from one another. There are no monoto-
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
but 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 universee
chose to give to Daytona the most ad-
mirable, the most picturesqlue natural
setting of all the cities of the South is
not revealed but that such is a fact
must be apparent to the most superficial
observer. With such laviL-h wealth of
natural beauty it became an easy thing
for the hand of man to give the little
Sfinia4ing touches which have brought
out the color.: and outline-. of tini big
picture.
Man did all this iin the laying out (,f
the streets with their itide nmrgins (,f
parkage, tihe ntiire cltVy liecomel, a
0 great park
S And as for piavciments, paveicients
that look and act like granite,-where
else betwee'a thc ewa tern andl western
0* eas are so Ianyl miles in proportion to
inhabitants? Till some unheard-of
: place, reports Iiore antd better, IDaytona
throws down the gauntlet to the world.
Squirrels. lowers. Birds and Fruits.
VWhatever one', .shortv',iiiings and
however inlitTere it or eve callous tone
may be to iany thiiigs, thin mere men-
tion of "squirrels and tlowers. birds and
II I 1,.


the pkr t sad w Iym o do e roadsin


bream ae fro%, the birU aad squirrels
and byem an ftee, te sparukling
fouataim water o frieaad you Wll have
to go down to your walet cofy for coin
for td auto and bed md board.
Th.is nso fanclful picture; it's all
here. It Is drawliag tber thousands
and b-lding them enthralled, it wil
cham mad hold Tvo. Come and see.





I PHOIOGIAPIIS I


and Post Cards


of the


Airship


and all the


Racing Automobiles


LESESNE'S KODACK PLACE,


NEXT DOOR TO


Prince George Hotel.


DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


SESE*USE@EOU@E@E@EOE@El~m


Roy Barnes is
lines College this
races.


at home from Rol-
week taking in tile


"'he majority of records held up
to this time have been made by cars
using Monogram Oil. Sold by ( urn-
b Ier-Morris Hardware ('o.
lion. Charles ',ckels and w if.
I prominent citi-zens of Marshaltowin,
e Iowa, are stopping at ''lie lRiverside.
f on N,irth Beach street.
,' "Fresh Michelin tires; all first.,
.'no seconds. For sale at thie Atlantic
' Motor Car Co. and Central (,ara-e
I I If
s A. IB. Kimball, of )Oriond, was a
layvtona visitor Tuesday. Mr. Kim-
ball is engaged lqulite largely in the
Poultry business at rii(i1ind, andl is
making it a great suicCes-..
:'We have in a new line of Day-
* tuna felt pennants, all colors, al!
Prices. John II. Schvwegler. !;- It

G. II. tll Uhtt, of North Ridgewoodt
avenue has purcha'.ed of I. (
Cuhell theauxiilliary y(lit "Illappy
Moments Mr llulett hia' r, i-ii \cved
thile mast. and wilt l.ilt i i tlt-
cabii and iake ,li. i".r,
lme itls.


I *M iiigia ii i. ust. I 'v I _
Be racer an: A 1wrcl :11 4'1 I lr-* ak
ers (omn the li le irl h 'IS
a, the.oth er.Ftl ormale by (; it kv;
MrrsI lard % are Coiiplanv,.

----------- .eeb


ad)


A. R. Cook, Loaiille, Ky.; J. H.
taferty, Dixie Flyer Route; Mr. and
Mr. Seth L. Larrabee, Portland,'le. H


Nowlvpen for Scm. i9084
L M. WAITE, 0Mwnand Mai


Grdetly
Bra


-! 0.1
The Prince (eoe. jIS
The Prince George latest arrival are:
C. W. Johnson and wife, North Caro.
lina; A. A. Asher, L. Stohl, Dr. J. H. :4**.
Gallegan, New York. i
i Frontin
--- Halfa

The Palmetto. 4
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Haggerty, M. S c
Stewart Haggerty, Min Florence Hag- 4
gerty, New York; Mr. and Mrs. E. C. t
Smith, Albany, N. Y.; Mrs. C. Miller,:
Miss S. A Miller, Oak Park, Ill.; J. C. K
Leggett, Cuba, N. Y.; M. McDonald, t
Chicago. Ill ; W. C. Cannons, R. H. Me '
Donald DeLand. 4
4K
; Fine Hon
g Reasonab
The Rldrcwood. I vvvvyv


The Ridgewood's late arrivals are: F.
W. Miltenberger Mr. add Mrs. C L.
Douglas, Miss Florence Douglas. Cleve-
lard, Ohio; Mrs. C. Miller, Miss S. A ;f
Miller, Oak Park, Ill.; Rev. D. T. Clark,
Salem, Mass.; E. W. Chapin, Holyoke, l
Mays.; Mr. and Wra. M. j. McPherson, .
Howell, Mich.; L. J. Sherman, Ballsten,
N. Y.; LG. T. Matlock, Wilkes Barre, Pa.;'
Mr and Mrs. W. B. Brooks and maid,
Baltimore; Louis C. Baya, Sam West- 4
wood. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Clark,
Mr. and Mrs. HaLold Westou, Jackson-
ville; Richard Snell and wife, Clinton,
111 ; W. B. Wattry, Mat Cummins, Blue- :
field, W. V'a. "
:'


Rorged siuahu ammu. Cuisin ead SOn" Zws
d Pisa. a. an W Ids Roams rNdIe.& Ni
Every Modern CvasoismcSe Bdfd or BmsL

r Addrow: AThA10 MOUSE, Nmgmss Pir, b .
~~~~~~I~~rn- --it---r---I h -. ----


on the
River.


hmidt's


Formerly Schmidt's Villa.


Modte--,-----



Hotel


HENRY SrHIMIDT A SON, Pr prlteus,


WIAYTONA, FLORIDA.


ne Table
le Rates


Ds Npdoof
Dwow 8-


IVYV V VSVYIVY VSV


THE


RIDOiEWOOD


WILll REMAIN OPEN' UNTIL ABOUT
THlE MIDDLE OF- APRIL, PROVIDING
THERE AlRE ENOUIIG GI'E.STS WISH-
ING TO REMAIN TO WARRANT IT...


E. D. LANGWORTHY,


- PROPRIETOR.


----~--~~-- ~~--------- -------
Schmidt's Hotel.
New guests at Schmidt's Hotel yes-
terday were: Frank Ashton, Easton,
a ; i;(. 11. \W'crfelman and wife. D. Wer-
felinan and wife, I,. Knappe, New
Smivna; P. Alderman, Wv. Pilden, s. S ilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors,
C'amipbell, DeLand; J. Kasserman, M. 9
.M. Bond, Lake Hetlen; Win. P. Fisher,ONA, ORIDA.
Flehmiing, Pa ; H. J. Webster, Boston; ----- NOW OPEN------
J. W. Holmnes, Atlanta; Win. Shepherd, f
Toomusboro, Ga.; K. M. Myers and wife, REFURNISIIEI) AND RENOVATED
Orlando. TIROl' HOUT
The annual dance and grand ball I IT I AYTA IAT DIT D i t
given at Schmidt's Hotel Tuesday night OOLTPT I DAYTONALOCATE I
was a grand sucess.4 and a very enjoya- S
bieitfair. over 150 guests and others b- SAME MANAGEMENT AS *THE BRISTOL," ASBURY PARK, N. J.
Irli present. Music was furnished by the ... .. .


('la& ;en(in orchestra. Champagne punch,
ic ('r :tn iiia,d cake were served. Pan-
c'ir:,ii was the diversion until a late hour.
A illnillK'r of prc.ss mnie were present and
'r i "'\,(I the w)ca' ioinh .

Intuition.
"What bectiice of that rich uncle of
yours?':"
"I think he's dead. but I don't
klnoW."
"Gee' How did be lose all his
Imlney?"- Cleveland Leader.


The Example.
Profes.sor lecturing on hyglene)--To-
bac.o., gentlemen, makes men ugly.
short winded, Idiotic, paralytic, and I
v(an tell you ls from experience, for
I have smoke for many years!"
Concrete.
Con.-rete Itself Is. of course. very
'Id. The concrete stairs of Colchester
and lc-lhester castles still show the
inarks of the lu.aslig N boards. Ct7
dlome of Agrlppa's pantheon. which Is
1-2 feet In diameter. Is tf eonc'rete.
:11id fragment s of concrete bulldlngf(
:ire find In Mex'ico and Peru. I-tn-
i,)>n Slw-.-,itt>r.


Wealthy Poverty.
Tliwri, ;it- i rl1 IlaH hou',es In the
$11111v In1.121I(~l here the onertit
U!ir mwiol- I.-'-f theNot fithmt. 1%%b!le
i 1h o. v t *Ut!ul. M it furntur e aa1 4
Tir~ n id ,'(untry


TME HOTEL PERKINS
F1 FTH mn~d W %1,11 I. t;4)NSTS
PORTL.AND, ORE(iON
"Modern Luxur? atrLModcrate Rates."
I1


| THE BENNETT
2 .!'I NIrth Rildg'-wotsl Av.nIlti
| OPEN DURING APRIL.
sn iidetr HN..rtb, Th.'- A H. & E. I.ANE, Proprietors.




THE STILLMAN
SDAYTONA, FLORIDA,. ). R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
Facing The Halifax. tiallt lock fru Stores aid P.fts le.
Modern mlproements. While Help. NortLerm Cef. ...
* Terms $2.(K) and upward. W%'eek!y Rates on application.
TABLE BOARD
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IVY LANE INN
S\V.W. F)IZ, ,.. ,,. DIAYTONA, FLORIDA
The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
\ery Highest Grade,
I'l-t'-i~ti ?tuia l bati.fyirig the most particular people.

*mmononsomeaDd monn*so*unnnm*u ---_-....--_--


THE PALMETTO
'I.1. KNOWN AND POPIARI. IDA.YTONA, FLORIDA. *
Overlooking IThe Beautiful Halifax River. I
A .\ wI'lik- v an iii f(>rtitbie IH s.Ie l 'irit-class I4I .\ lat AI I t4 i e
C('. 0). (CllA.\Ml.LELI .l.\, l'rprittor




S The Daytona Beach Hotel:


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From LtArd & Taylor.


k. taid ,5 Likles, White, Tan and

-. Bicksa Blues, Pinks,

s to Mach thNew Oxfordst we have
Just Received.



M.' B. AULTMAN,


sm~ois-NE


TELEPHONE No. 2


We Simi veow in the Buith-Safford Piano (N'-ntt'-t.


e Vote As It Stood Monday Evening
O f WE IDSM1 & AFFORD PIANO CONTEST.
DAYTONA


.... 2,3&.305
S 1,840,170
....... 1,463,899
1.045,345
.... 215.335
147,115
03,(0O
S5.145
... 70,300
50,040
4,250
... ... .... 1,525
1,135


rONA


544,625
357,045
344,790
123,305
57,395
53.775
48,035
33,6451
12.4M)
8(.4.-1
7.045
2,1:0


~b IHkbSchool

*mdw Hf.Star -
Mon tombMogan
Mobn mFramas Conrad

good", Onele

mlbb Sdlvm ..
DgyftmIsmsSuutUle..


SOLTSIDE OF DAVI
WImaws p :3Hogouse -
rHi&S school
L E. Par-n :., Daytona Beach
Mts Elsie Coati s,Daytona Beach
ims Ruby Spai4ding, Daytona Beach
Sm-,bi- eCon--egational Church
Mis Alice Daugherty, Daytona Beach
ake Scaool ... ...
Miss Sk.aie Illu.md,- Daytona Beach
Miss Jeunle Murray, New Smyrna
G di -wSceeaw-..


in.I su at ci4n'I 1eT1 1:'


4 .. '. hn II Suh vf'~. r I "q


f ihy n r- iT l
I (~~ I I N f Ir.4 tiaTir atthi
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IV -I.iw.,r A i~t 'l,m 'i h~ic -~11I i-
Ar odle'at attrtauave pi.-as. A*pi1, '


Mr. an I % U'. UC V Siff) 'n I'. r.--

"Tcmr N k, 241a e '"kC'-e .:l- V it "IT a[


A 1.d;.h I.Ae.fi1-, *.' f I.,(orr '1


1i rt;. Fre'd S1 i's aind h v"
I ti1etsm%-Ih' Wtl fit'via f~r a 'l
vis4 ith N~lri. T~KStott~e-ipr-I:. :
A141Ai.,. Wittl -('lam l',tom- :L


twum4mis*eper. bet 1% t4n 2o 011.
Apiply at R. L. Simiitlis, '11


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Weekad # nck2M.

VAUDEVILLE.


Mansfield & Harvey

Will be seen To-aight and To-
morrow Night
In a Comedy Sketch prodheing one
of the funniest plays of the wao.
Don't fail to we them.


AUTO RACES


Picture of the Winning Car will be
shown each night at the Crystal
Theatre.
Motion Pictures Change Every
Day.
Matirinev Saturday at 3 p. m.
Admission 10 cents, Nights 15c.
oIfk-4 I PPA A.T 7"UM P. M.


Priee will remain the same.


BOWLING


ALLEY.


Theat-o De~lpopular
cindtoor goture for


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


A,'t.rn~mZxtnid evening.


si. 1.


BEACH .rrRZ K?.


Mrs. 1:L. Bond left Tuesday for.
Lake Helen, where she wil! visit:
%%ith Mrs MI. 11. Bond.
,:Go to M rs. S. Ml. I1yarx on the~
>loll I -at fo)r millinery. .-_P
D u Maners, of Spencer, Ind will
Iviive tot4.Polrrow for his home, after
j. i~du- the 'ntr ith friends!
:tMlreLtiv%-, at Daytona Bah
Wit.iare Mr. Matters was a clerk
i:the Authit~wuy others st,yre.
St vi r iipring R~rilLZ suit
~ ~' ~;~l'. t I S. Burnett's. the.
nr Lx; tadir. who makes i hemt


i~ith ciy.gtiests o h
~.41TI %iolth IRidge~voad ave. PI
*'11.tvc btleltf'i asking an extepid-
,-. till, Or wzhthe Slouthern Ststes
ye p 'i~. hw ell route fr, ii (iO)a Lto,
h ine at I),'ver.
'-11 -'' ert ent off at TLit
K V 95 tf
'a P. 0. Ilotilick. ('11 tie
Is at ie tlhe Ph
iii.. .1 Ilica Rtv Yachit(Clubi '
thw ut-fnlemen on bt01 1K4!(lare


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10015 ~Eb


SEADREEZE.


Eatli Week f the Aute Races


JOINVw-WILLS'
Comedy Company
V.tk a bricd Cast of Twenty High
Cha ACtors.
A New Play .rach EUrntng,miinnie-n.eng
Witb
"In Gay Atlantic City"


MONDAY EVENING.


Oterplyuwill 1w r premnte-di iittto.-, i i
lowing .dcrTWo 'Oid Cron 1--%. -"T i i
MerrY Wkidowrem" Tbe (jArS Fr4,.:n
71w entire *rlkii of plaey,* airt, ou
laaghter-limvoking type-tani tit,- come-
yn~prewain'ng Ibm rosxe.it--#with the-
bIwhs%.recoanaaemdatiou of the msn-t ro-
P D r t o c r o w d e d h o u e-4 'r ,A i[ r *
anet- at The WI lmanaL
Popular price-.willi pr-voilI dur ?)b!iti-
vWfth. Bemskrred am-t% 75v-ti ugts, for -it
at Hankins: parque~tte FN'e., Indcon% ...
ehtildren Ac.
The wwaner Cherob-ev leave.- .tii.t.fr
at 76 AD h vve ntng for iS.-tt reez. -a t I~c
the round trip. Bus *ervie.- at 25 W
The round trip. For specialty onm -% :, ii.-.
call up Obomme 4111)[Datonla.

W ~rwA n
ebo,,t Grape Fruit and

--cmanandbrigbt-it eo taI- or r%,
flll~T~hWiIt! ttend to iyhi'i pi
IqysablIRt price. t rIimillat"
H.MUNROE
ONWER A14D SHIMMER
o26 S. RIDGEWOOD AVE.-IDaytem. Fla.


Wbat bts, _


QIRw h~ yMTbum twNh'


!ZEE LIVE 9'GMATV1*4IWINDOW.


I New


Pictures


Daily.


Concealed Love,


At The Crmssroads Of L t,
A Bad Day.
1: ..\ ing lgeen di.sappointetl i lmy Viu-
dle ille arrangements will run a
ch',ice St-lection of pictures -
.!w balance of the week.

ILLUSTRATED SONG
Mii;s Lacti ekiloe. PUMary.
Matm,,n \\ .!ii.--iivt. n* ,aturdays,
:i! ;*;* < }1. III.


ADMISSION 10 CEINTS.


I~~roW-rnp.lat 7-to) p.m.


Billiards and Pool.

CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Largest Stuck. Greatest Nm -er b- Cigars to please anyone


P.LADAS,


SOLT" BEACH


Fruits, Candies, etc.


--so$ guoes*$@ *0000ss.0" UAs I am compelled to build may
K O D\AK I i new hotel elsewhere, I offer my
KD I property located In Seabreeze,'
^ -Fla., at bargain prices. See Con-
........... rad Real Estate Agency. E. L.
INISHING Potter. g2.tf
Si 11- Mr. anil Mr,. 1. H.. Stevents and
11 c'tle -- It lia. rd, ho have been
V '1j- tW wit1i Mr. Steven& parents,
BY UPTODATE METflHODS, MNr i Mrs .. Strvens on Orange,
.avt-,i,.f. fr tlihe pa at three weeks, de-
All Prints Made on ,: ,i \\'-,!in ';v iy mrning for their
Velox. T h '" W l'.,-hir, t'a. wviere MIr.
"T',\,"i !, '*.3- a re" i insilR l iti,,)ii :
LET US S 0\\ V (\' H % t't 1,k-
TO I N.IN '111: I1 1 -

KOI)AK. CELERYGOES
EASTMAN ILMS.
EVERYTHI.G; ,>t, THI.. \,I i- *
DAERAIA-S1\ST1 j% BY THE CAR.'
DAKf.R \I.\\AY~s I\ 'SK-' I'. I |L v R



U IUiStore.iI Al .
S ... .. -, ,, ,, ,l ,1: ,f .., ,t ,
CI [ t "'* '1 1! *' I. 'k *!!' i,' ,i i~ ,;:.'l ',i;~ l i,-.r.

O l t ,, ,* *. ~ .t .( ;i; :tr
[.. -' -: ;.' :. .;.'!tA- [ f.,lh e-d by


f~)loddrick anal .


I t ,,.i...'k. of 1,1I":,1o. N Y.
fNSaratogpi Iin (;(r:t..',,. at: -.' ;,- i
Modern home on Halifax aven- by day or week. Six cvliri!-:. -%'t.
ue, Silver Beach, at a rare bar- passenger Welch ani!, fi,,r-p;is-.. t,.:-
gain if sold this month. Bing- Elmore for charter, i ,ir ,tr *"i
ham & Thompson. j Rates reasonable. if


A:t.1), ,1 v prosp*eious ,em-
--.' *- tr.-, Krn andi but fkir the 4
it w.~% iL h i,,rt the teurdi'rt r
- .A I r-t,'of f' uru cry. would
t ,"t*,i,-o!.I-Iy bl Se s. )'.o


4, T. AL w. v..- -


p romesUit hv- got so

s otay; oemasedat
Sweae
--mo ofMe IDay
hws W-- I lb 0. fahrS;~
mda Smwas thei. Iv you am oe rw
-1" Mo dooleislek at The feinty,
MR em o sfwom. C. M. flahatmClMY; or
UaqghaMIS& bmmo.AVtL s..


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I n Ormond:beuil
cautaining -93 well furnished rw"i and 3
W 6th, su rnommed by 3 wacm Of ful en Ipsi'
tretogs4drwtlabdll necessary qut-ho. n
fciAg the Bhim iais I" sa6 ou terrto sit


MACON THOR


RLAL F.STATE


ORMOND and OftMOND


Winter Homes.


NORMAN


Track!


S. DAYT&


Real Estate.


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SCONIRAD REAL STAf


Burglary, Thef t or Dishonest s~
I While Your house is vacant or occt"I"
F. \. C(ONRAI), gent fir the MAIY'ifND i'VWAItY O
A ou-se protected Lv imp of thWt e .'t s 1 be .. l~cC .p..y we
for wtiatist stolen rand then gu #-,it t. J 1 ni The thkl.
Prmums Low. Reliable comnp"n
~OZ4114RAD b.UK. DA ItWAV. FLGGCNA.


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Lath,
Phone


Mr'f ('liarles IV, nnet t Im rs- -
Alice Foote., f t'larlitte. NMiii .are A g 11 gfwv ~ i~~juj~~ 'i~gwii u~twevsivivv
"-ated for 1i tnime Ol on (,i-;ia 'INe lt 111W.IIC~(I r~J~ ~~T
1'bev have- just returneI fruimatraU j) ~
to Ibta I. (Ctiba, awi l w ur l.-IaljlsC
wuth.:_20 SPECIALTIES, OF THE LUONRAD
M.rs Della Wickstrorn and \fr%.m
Boelen Waoster, -)f Momence. Ill.,
frientN of Mrs It. L. LeRwis, are itiORDIYMREnUTTOS
the city, guests of The Tonri".t- A II) It.,
They are en rout.- fren mP!in l'aczi l A R M O U R 'SjjF rziur~.-I
to their home atNMnm.-iwe.G' .,___I'. C "- .. I2'
A pleismit Ipart 4'.nflitinlg (f Mri. ~Strip B.............. 2'!: ,
and 1Mrq. leilw-ri~ig ad rai nfdN Ti m4,JJ ; J! f I',- :y :t
-4 Clev'eland, (i hioQ I Lu ('Laqi. Eck- ~I~I1 111~-5. 1 ... 0!-$
Ioradwie lrhatn ,wa, fs; Star EH s and Bacon Amr~IS.rI'i


GROCERY


COMPANY


THE NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY'S


CAKES AND*


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-ANt)FACTL.tuF' OF
Rough and Dressed Cypress Lumber,
Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, ri. k. I in.- a- i'e Coent in M ft'
P*i..e- anot Yaa ,: K:r ,T '.,;.' i .I Hi l .rC z n.nt .
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