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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 26, 1909
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075894
Volume ID: VID00354
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1631353
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AOF THBE SLUGGERS
TO ., ANNmiHTED T HE

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S LATI IE I r0 A Lady Visitor Yields To The
Temptation To Speak ||I T IA VP


hwccle Mile and Kilometer Records T DUSTLAYER
IN Ie 1R e A PLACE Of RARE ATTRACTION, DISINFECTANT.


ted-D ePalm a W ill Try for the ence, courtly bearing, correct and pleas- Manager W. J. Morgan is sending
ing address, handed the editor of the ome special dispatch to the ew
I Daily News the following appreciation York Globe of which he is Motonng Edi-

na T oyoa y Having had the privilege of passing a terday he advocated treating Daytona
Winter in Daytona I desire. before leav- streets with a dust laying preparation
MCIV tx ao&W, tu latr this event which is used in Boston pars and has
6 atSr, I ajor TFe PmrcIdet of the ing, to add my tribute to the many which ibede f ound to p and hn
a s60 IldS Et 0n A A .. words of praise which are so univrally bee found to be aily to spring tliha
iap.p hanid icap ras tshou a K P R O G R A M | TO AT expressed by its winter visitors, daily sprinklings.
The geosrayhical position and featu The Superintendent of Boston Parks
-9e e"ptu hrndimp ra m, should be of Daytona are strikingly unique Its nveted the c-
dev'l.pd, because, tIn a town like Day- 1 0 T O D A Y S 1 TNUA extensive and beautiful river front, its posed of crude oil, amnonia, chloride
where0p~r ctnL. the F Ai Nmn m i and water and a treatment once a
Ston uo. w o 20 p tr cot. of the pop ula- rT Ju Il IO D Al lI' proximity to the ocean, which is bound- once a
Sown auuobilc there should be NT ed at this point by a beach at once the mountb is all that is n eded The st
/l[ ittlb piare torivastlry, aeil of the drivers ndb i a admiration and the envy of its immedi- holds down th
X p t repetod of ttheser than d f the drivers;and T r ate neighborhood, its beautiful penin- roads and is also a diuinfectant.
of the c rather th on the .la which separates the river from the Mr. organ advocated a subscription
STh Daily N N. ssicefrom an aft r- I s ara ere ro fund and offered to give $25 towards it
Sisft s ft where it 1 always d&Ii sangoerous 0toIAT I noon to s morning paperbei ro n giaar; sea and forms a natural pleasure ground D e r tohn o r it
doso. RACES TODAY o among par bl ng it for picnics and excursions, all combine Dust he only blight
SIt teret to not that Goerke could veyouall the important race to render Daytona a place of rare and "Ly that" said he. "and it will b
lH ll w t his flight against lime on hi- motor-; m e newsearller and thus serve you mre e pti attractiveness. These ea- lightful Daytona' complete." All
w de rmr of cycle, traveled at the astonishing rate of EVENT NO. 26.-ONE MILE BICY- acceptably by the change. tures of natural beauty have been greatly the above material can he bought in
N-*--- the 70 miles and 1400 yivisa per hour on the s CLE, PACED BY MOTORCYCLE. Today witnesses the close of the tour- Florida.
per hour othaugmented by the art and industry of
N. 4deal 7 little two-aweeler. nament and tomorrow the Daily News its people.
I ^1 111y The big Bleng race. was put horse de Fred lill, Boston, Bass. Y. ll resume the regular hourI nd reach' Perfectly constructed sidewalks bave IV
voLg d l- combat on Wednescay by the breaking Elmer I.. Collins. Lynn, Mass. Those of you who depended upon the every iLIt e
&A" fStl i of a piston, and, of vourme, was unable' E F. Root, Boston, Mass. Daily News for racing news got the bt't roadways of unexcelled quality have
Ela S mio- to be on the course yesterday, while the George Wiley, yracuse, N. Y. possible service. The artil were been built, and shade trees of matchless
I: J 34 1-5 string of Buick raems which have done i beauty adorn every part of the village.
t the hor. ach good work her for stock cars by EVENT NO. 9, ONE MILE RECORD written by Alex Schwalback, an exrt ut notwithstanding all these feature sH
WkofOw bow. sucth work her foe stk RACE OPEN TO COMPETITORS who Stands at the head of the li3t in ntihad i a t fe
SL y braking &H tbe woald' tock car c EVENTS and 2, CLASSES D tha t tof work of natural and acquired beauty perhaps
A~ mid.hadto ve towneld s tlerayr in- INdEVENTS 1 and 2, CLASSES D that sort of work. that which contributes the greatest
o"- s bed I* Wo ave town yesterday in and G. T fr m that which contributes the greatest
10Ap- orderto keepan appointment to comn-1 The foreign newspapermen rpresent- charm to the place is its hospitable C. Herbert Purdy, of the Times-
Vr y fast pete in a bill climb At Atlanta, Ga., the Cadillac--l. [pprcu, ing metropolitan journals and other atmosphere. Nothing Is more notice- Union editorial staff, and who is c.,n-
lpt d slow railroad freight. serve making an Cleveland--James Laughlin ',.rd. high authority felicitated the ):ailyy- sidered to he a wort successor to
ad down early departure neoemsary. Fi'at-lalph ePalnia. Nws upon its achitcwr<.,nnt ,ill < tona than the spirit of good will and Harry Curran \\ilbur, who, f,,r hre
Thie The day's summaries follow: Bienz--David 3ruce Brown the race features.
l I tiht- One mile motorcycle trials: Robert Hotchkiss- I. ilpatrick. It wa i an undertaking fr : city ftual helpfulness which is prevalent years, graphicaly rertel th yt n
l)atona's size but the Dilcy Nets ,.- e. everywhere All strenuous convention-r Beach races, is one of the lig press men
Sand Eu- 8tubbe, Birmioghata, Ala., first, time EVENT NO. 3, MINNEAPOLIS TRO-. lived th people wb u l ypre, i:'tt t, ali.av seems to have been lati aside present this week.
St cil nMh. 43 1-4 seconds; beIst previous record PHY RACE, 100 MILES. lived the people a nd people who icet here for the first In addition to the im .n stery
lhldmm. Ala, 45 1-5 seconds. A. 3. Chapple aeceod, renz--David Bn ce ro ad gave i. ti ;,e feel that they are not strangers but jMr. Purdy is doing th,' work for tte I
thet wce time 43 4-5 onds a wn Htchkiss-Il. .1. Kilpatrick. Twelveroom Cot- th-e S:fIle itlfirliities to -V&'rCOIIP and; da ily in eight hundred Anieriean papers,
l e week time 43 4-5 seconds., i i Kilatk- a part of one large, happy family with Apaociated Press, his .story appearing l
fa"of the rat' Half mile profesonal handicap: won l or Sale Twelve-room Cot- the s iirities to rcoe and daily in eight hundred A ian paprs,
thew him beav- by J. Gordon Walker, 'Australia; 70 yds, tage on Ridgewood ave., for $4200. tli' :sa,'i nasprations for higher and bet- a. well as in foreign pipers to which it (
m having be&en time 57 3-5; second Fred Hill, Boston, EVENT NO. 25. ONE MII.:2 BICYCLE Best bargain in Daytona. See tr things to achieve. In short, it would is abled The Times-lnr,,on daily tor-
12 miles, Guprke 50 yls; tliihd. I. (.oll4s, Lynn.Mam., Paced by Autoiobjie Bingham & Thompson. ti ; that Skduthprn chivalry and North- ios are excellent.
aeord doing the 60v ardic. 'Jos A. Fogler, Brooklyn emi altruiisn hand comribined to create in
i 23 seconds. Quarter mile amnaleur bicycle. won by Fred Hill Boston Mass. laytona, a conditionn of society whlich is r
miles in 5O mtn- Frank A. Valiant, time 38 1-5 seconds; Elmer L. Collins, lynn, MIa.s Improvements at Root Dry l)ock. litth les thm, ideal.
E. F. Root. Boston.
ti Gestel in 52 (cond. Walter (;e Gaestal. t'- io'VN 10 ()\NE IINDKREI) dyke" and C. T. Pent's dredge at work
kIeotedLto bicv Kilometter motnrcycle record trial ka MIiLES. AM.\Il-:I F(R MOT)'i enlarging and deepening the chanel :For Sale- T AUTO MA i
u biy clets and kilometer is 32S1 fe't or 1094 yards; ('YC'I.ES, Not E:xceeding 1;I Cubict along side his docks for the storage Ram. ler Five-seat Touring Car.
won by Walttr GC rke, Brooklyn. time In'4h" I'ioton l)ispla c cnt. boats, fr which purpo st he will ,ha\. 0l L U
re k in I)y- 2 4-5 4 seconds; secc(nd Robert Stubbs, A. G. Chapptl, New York, 7-h. p. pIndiani a considrable extent sl e't S iidtda. l' it Oliver's arage. t
d Birmingham. Ala ime 28 1-5 seconds. Walter (ioerkc. Brooklyn, 7-h. p. uIndian ''Chetolah is now in the dry dock ai, I
fthe week was .. i i'Roht. Stubbs. lirntiiintgh 7hi. *h.IIndtial with the crowd of (raft of all dcs. Smile motol- One mile professional bicycle handi- William \'ray, .lr., N. V.. 14 hp. ( tins undir,,ing rp rs. : ,tn ,,,, heTy wI..,ht art,, to [tlt.i fr.m: e
ba, of Birming cap, won lw Fred dill. W ston. 100 tgeot d1 eTIwL 1 orkU 1 D. I'--t '',a- "
..... '"U1 1..'" L (;nCl J. or-n Eu tne (kr-tl. N. ,-h l- .N. ii the s icitiity, a irv hisyv .... 'I l.. .


ANGU a mle in 43 2-5 v? ,*'U """t -1- I p
SgtS do, previous rec dn Walker. Australia 120 yard: 'hird..
a" t p tviot rc-f E o F. Root. Boston. 2, ardis.
One mile invitat on autnmobtile race
|i m oI-toreyycfle record won hy Ralph TI FHliniR. Fiat Cyclone,'T||L
KM r iin g 32s1 feet walk over, time 37 ?-5.
5tG rweord was pro- lialf-.',ilt bicecl amateur won by I
"A-t Walter Goerkc u'cene Gaestel, tinie 1131: Frank A.
M t e klo-iomet4-r in \'alint ,nd: WVilliamI \\rayH, Jr ILL I
t1 thid. R R t
aIm-. driving the Fiat l'- (y i e ml ,ie\v-e r ,,rofc-ional woin bv
r in ,ue t o il. Jr,, loL.,':t. Pr,.u kl ,'T. time 301 1-, Tlhere ha l,,' .,,i f thit' lrente0t itnt -
S ra" whic h li e (.' ti n dL ; n.r l, l.n \ k .r. Au. irahli third froTl the tirst at o,1ut-incxi`lit ,of thei ar i-
IA U tUle of 37 2-5 s1 c- Walter liardrett lalt,). %-al upon tht. beach of Carl tBatt' ,dirii-
it w s a ro 3 2-5 ina q ble aeroplane' to.' ..!i. ,n :.ztrrI-inl aMnd
Sh(t ) ajrout< in a .()/O mile mntorycvle. nent two i ari.'cr
PM low e, impromptu, uer.
k- -ln ,Us i impromptu, tr heatS. first i h t won by \\alter l nler- conditions puary tti- O Vk which eightPber Stub fs. ,radA.
2U i turn p ig t (w .lk ':l obert Stllu l. second; A. (; r this afternoon :,n r v,ral. '
, 3L leu, the ,'4ll Chnpplc. third, sesWond aheat won by ose who are ire for tlir, rarc-s ,lyare
ldmr of v York aind i dStub', -(,Goerke. (ond: Chap le third domed to di.-p.i iiiit r, nt.
S w third h.Rat Chapp'l tirst :; oerke, second No one int testi'd ii, s.t in, thi- :i,.ro-'
Svcr iwn 32 andl Stubl b, third. The winner, Walter plane soar hetnv-ward is liulf io iich
g to vetory in 5:3 2 5 erke 7 point second,Roberl
S of I min. 5 see.. The teGoerke. ,point:" second, Rintersted in a tizht as is .Mr. Ba'ces
S-- e. owned by E. ITh Stubs, 6 points; t !irl, A. G. ('happh', lie i fairly itch.inr to do a sailille stunt.
S. wd by 5 points. The laymn diti'an >,l t ittirlers-tand thtr


,s c'Slu scene is prnsentcd. This do,k i
v 'ery convenient for 1'oats1 ,i..ill, ..
and down the river, and is it!-ti!,i i t
increase in popularity as tl.:, ir.-i i
water route to St. Augustiit. (.tLl -
more frequently into use. Mr .Eot
equipped to handle anything froT 't
smallest to the largest boats that ;-
tue'nt theste waters

W E. Ilardiin&L, \vl o ,:is l, tetl: ,-
Splovel in Antuin'iiv liro', '.t-ore ,i,'-
ing tliee % inter, I ft "'llrii kl:'v ,r
, his home at Southli IraiiiiLthai.
I Mass.
Adjourned Meeting Palmetto Club
'The Palmnwtto Club heIld n,o () -i:i
this afternoon preferring to, I. il th,11i
presence and en'courugen.-ftiiri thi lln -
tt-rcst of the race tournai ei<[t.
On Thursday next tlliy Nil !,iiid
business session, I the cliii F .Ut-i -'! i>t.r!I
th' -lection of erc .


HELD IN MAY.


At the annual meeting of the execu-
tiv -e c ,niinittet of the State Ilorticultur-
al Soit-ty. recently held in Jacksonville,
it was dceci led to hold the mnceting of
the s,,'ittv in I);.vtona Tuesday, Wed-
nesitv, Tlhursday aind 1Friday, May 1,
I'1. 21' and 21.
TIi- 'itv, \\ ial. iS a large and popu-
:;ir otit iin tihe St.itt is to hold its nIeet-
ini h. re at thi iini.itation of the city
,',uncil a:rid the I,,;arl of trade, extend-
tl in April. nearly a year ago. There is
usuahllv a: la:rc attendance and probably
\%,il be t!ins time, es-pecially as Dlaytona
\v:.i- vi\''ri the prcerernce over several
S::,-r pre..'-iig invitutions to other ,placu.-
It is imptiutrtant that the soci,.ty be Iprolp-


tRailway gets half of tlhtt." ta a i-
itor yesterday. "It is therefore all the
more remarkable to see so many autos
here. You can takr an aut>rn nbil' to
Europe cheaper than y,u i-am;n to Flor
ida---especially fi vyou Ihve ,rn tihe I:a-t
or WVest Coast."


ILYN


ON LKAL


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.Game to be Called

at 1:30 Sharp.

Sluggers Will Be Shown SIgts
of the City and Witue
the Beach Races

The famous Brooklyn BDm .1 Club
will be the guests of Delightful IMytns
today, and give the aisieig toum to
the sports of auts obil week. The
Brooklyns, thirty-ei strong. Snsom-
nied by their war eo rrpoa n- tJea ve
Jacksonville this morning t 7.0
o'clock by the F. C Ry., aad wil
reach Daytona about 11:40 o'clock At
the depot they will be met by a large
delegation of our local citism, the vis-
iting press men, and the racing am in
town, all bearing on their breests loag
white satin ribbons, with this erip-
tion on them: '" Daytonma Wleo6r the
Brooklyn Ball Team, March 26th,
1909." After greetings have barem
changed, they will be takes In automo-
biles furnished free by the Motordt of
the town for a ride through the tow,
accompanied by the local bad. After
luncheon at The Desplad the automo-
biles will take the National Leage to
the ball ground, where an exhibition
ball game will be played.
The teams will line up as follows:
Brooklyns: Burch, Alperman, MeMII-
lan, Seabring, Jordan, Lumley, Lemnnox.
Bergen, Bell and Wilhelm. Daly's
-Daytona Colts:" Pattee, MeEhern,
Hlummel, Catterson, Kustus, Hunter.
Daly, Marshall, Pastorius and Seanlon.
with the rest in reserve, and all their
great batteries in action in an inning or
two
The local grounds have been put in
ine shape, and extra chairs have been
provided, score cards will be on band.
and there are lots of parking spaces out-
iide of the field for automobileS and
carriages.
After the game is over (the game
starting at sharp 1:30) the Brooklyns
will be taken in automobiles to see the
*ae'ts on the beach, which start a little
ifter 3 o'clock. After dinner at night a
ec,'lptiou will be tendered to the Brook-
vyns at the Hotel Despland by Mayor
;rfen, citizens of the town, the motor-
sts a:rd others.
For the night the Brooklyns will be
,minfortably housed in the armory on
,,lusia avenue, the Halifax Rifles being
ttici;tlly known as Company K, 2nd
eeginii-nt, Infantry. Florida State
rrolp,. itlih Capt. 11. Clark in com-
landl, anld Major .1. 1). ('. Morris, Post
'oniniand-r. On Saturday morning the
ro),klvns will be escorted to the train
n their way back to Jacksonville, the
Wam, making ni, charge for the exhibi-
irn ganie simply having their expenses
're anld hai'k again, and while here
)aid by the subscription committee,
8h', thave put forth this good sporting


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iinotei ite ti iale or icasc. any fu,.tion for the pl;atsur,, of Daytonianm,
portion of 800 feet ocean front, ..-,,, tally Lh' ,ha.seball fans, who should
also avenue front, 300 feet deep" sli,,rt their ,-tfort- most earnestly by


running inrougn to tiranuview
avenue. Located one block north
of former Clarendon Hotel. H. L.
Kochersperger, Seabreeze. '2:-tf


PINCHED FOR


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i'l] re u-,i'ved and the mene bers be giv\,in i a ii 1 Twi,
;:'. i-porturnitv to .-ee the many beau- R I t


attri- iirii the game in large numbers.



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Ou o)nmd vwm ewill be claed for the segan Thuilay, and ervm
dors xof d i w ock blougiht a to oma d mid or mwbit
will bring-f
Sart yuillbe Sraw Hat dar, hrms 9 a.mvs I p- With
evaey potV o 5( 1o o oer a Sraw flat Free as t ag as they ]mt.
MomIlay will be a final drive on CI~tritg. Aemall size. youg
onas *styles, atigum below atual cEf -We are 4ietevmiaed to
clone them out aml Xoamja is vr ebarep
For thes two days and the f-4mimg wIek all we have keft of our
original tmock wiUbe re-arranzd. prifd P rer again and dosed out.
It inroar 'an v -. r- D~vu with new suagp gwm.xss,
inall lines, kWr the -uImmwr- T*U-zale is :au pr*pire- f-'r this. It is
ym r chance rf -te bep-r. Tai~ advantage of it


SmsatOrmm LDaytowa.
wft Pwm eeb, Miami,
rkdm ONlr K 4I L


ANTHONY BROTHERS.


I. ELLA DtVOY & COMPANY,

Ladies' Hatters,

Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,

UM CLASS GOODS. LOW PRICES.

No. 6 SOOTH BEACH STREET. DANTONA.



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IL Ladies' Red Cross I


amd Children's Educator SHOES.


GLOBE


DAYTONA. FLA.


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Mrs. ro. A. Blodtt and party re-
turned Wednesday afternoon frow
t e'r trip down the o COt
I.- --Valuable diamond stud.
ReAari of 5t,5 will be given finder
bT r-turn:ng to Dr. S.chneider. 3fr2
N rtb Riigewood. tf

Ju,,,e J. Lee McCrorva came over
frvm DeLaod Wededayv afteroMao,
rWmna.-.id hy friends. to view-the
autcm.n tri. e races.

tf Ton wish ti, take bcome a nice
!tf', t friend.. from Daytona. call
at ".;ep Gift ? .p.

T;e M isri LDnr)thy Sterhng and
MIi,! Alien are in the city for a few
,i y-: fr m R>,llins Collepe, vigi:in
:IMrs. C. C H. Abbrtt. -n Bay


:,arz3ains atthe Shell Ckio-


T. IL EuPmrnungte -
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F. W. POPE
Attorney a"d Commsefl at:
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SPsot tee i okwo a" Fe Iora- 0
STerpheme 4 0

T.r-kAe E F."'a F
FITZOERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counseflors at La,^
SpeciaFl Facihf e for Exam1i;
Perfecting Lna Ti! >4!.
091m in Conmad Building. k' r
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30. A. KLOCK, 1. D..
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Cofeo Hour%: 7 : -
@_--And to M.

E. L. STEWART
Physician and
Surgeon.
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ROY HOWVE. M. D).
Physician and Surgeon
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Ff. EUGENE JOH-INSON.
Bicycle Livery.
Bicycle SuppIiti and Pt PaIr'.
Com auad See.
W ST L N, '

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ha'. iperit itt u-r:': I-- i`-- Surf Rathin jg and i ihinz.
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T. -'-ae tirie etarc'Dt',. rUaknD
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M!-':a- Hiambri,:k.rAof (Porgetcwo,
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.~. -,r. a' ~crT uv:ttge avenu'E. Light
-,y'- Aet. *r : s- Plj;:ow: Li. abrJ M'-Y.
SKy.: Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Hambricnk. De-
. _i;. Mi.s Louise Best, Mav2,vifle
A.:: t''ilcscies of the aj.-a were
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IlnThe Modern 8 t1( k -0 -1r3 I I.j
Rog "Wt &-S wry Y7 wiring wring 1 K.
Seven Wonders '0F711 t fastest n tX
6mst 5an on daily pSaracl and the.bit
a te111111,Jshow is as free ans the pure arein AT, we
ACA^Yqkt 0"m* wwowOcenDaw*. wate frNowhetOpen forowngSwlls
^^ ^^i oMf Daytons p rowning gories isIt is n continuous show with constantly T Pu (I~rOWS
Bi i-- ..... lheeomparabie bach. No one who shifting scene. You will probably catch, L M. d .:iV..r-
I =Z'---- '--" "L'l eve -* .t foot upon its smooth, packed the spirit and when you do the roads Late arrivals at the Prince Geor -- ,. gw r
I ^ ^mmd A ffU. L ^ !a1s; no one who ever pedaled a bi- and the beach are yours. The Floida are: L. M. Pull and wife, J Lowmstine h .-- ,. iP
I VK-I cycle I over 1 its expense; no one who ever sunshine is free, Uthe balmy ocean and wife. Miss Irene lowenstine, Va-I -"-"
fl A I 1 I drove a prancing pair of horses and Uist- breezes are free, the birds and squirrels paraiso, Ind.; A. Veit. Peoria, Ill.; WV Brond asas all M RO
Bt f n t.. w a,--.oo_ n heed to the popping of their steel shoes and flower are Tree,. the sparkling H. Wray Jr., Brooklyn; Mr. and Mis Every Mode Convenience.
be. .tL* -alfa RIi'va. Iupon Its asphaltum.like face; no one fountain water in free and you will have F. M. Rupperd, Mr. and Mrs. B. H ,
i who _.. -o. wh ever steered a high-power automo to go down In your wallet only for con Bllman. New York. S summer Addres: ATLANTIW HOUS, Na
bile down the broad stretch of wave- .or the auto and bed and board. The guests of the Prince Georgewe
IDsums n &0 910 or En Suite with 1 washed and surf-packed sand but real- Thiu is no fanciful picture; it's all entertained with a card party on Wed-
iW ,_inl Tlable ifthe bbetof .u.. aL. ised thatit is a world-beater, a world- here. It is drawing other thousands nesday evening. .. A AAAAAAAAA
ll^^ IWM M f t service wil pern iut, gie O wonder. Go stand upon this wide and holding them enthralled, it will H F tg on the
Hs speedway and see the happy souls flit charm and hold you. Come and see. Schmidt's Hotel.. lax ier.
-lf itmadica mwith the oiiI. v by in joyous mood, and answer whether m
I lM^^rMUl*rr' will be mnde wi lth ithis i not one of the seven modem *o--* U-UU--- n* Late arrivals at Schaidt's Hotel are: t
UlnK .b-U u wonden.. Frank Ashton, Easton, Pa.; Mr. andi TCl 1 1 O t C
___________.... d........ -: A. ....... f tnllAl/lll I Un U Mrsn Henry Rahr, Green Bay, W.; M. W sd
p s~~r ~ z~~rThe Pb .:"^r PellucidAPB H*^; River.
Whlerelthink you is water with moreIll M. Bond, Lake Lelen; W. H. Strod
I ......he. thik .. .u. i. t water.., ,,wit, m. /IIU/U lt H 0 George Mu se, Miss Muse Miss Muller,
Iu rro u n di n p l .N e a rly a 0 A tla nt a; F ran k H S t e wa rt .n d ,
I -" *Q a i g|.8 t. mile. w idefringed with t topicaI vegeta. o 0tan tha; r ank. H. Sterwar anaifRY SMIDT RaS
th e .. i a, A. artistic cottages with roomy ve- r nghansd Rlphi M n M c

|^fc^-";. t lb *****Mtlnmapoug>a and cotanoswywnedte brs Cards 0 Phildelphia; Mrs. E.y; B Schar-e!.VVVVVVVVV
...V.. s r anSres raringhans, Ralph Scharringhans, KnTox. ONA, FL
RAIS Ss 55.go b&a*-ERDAy. bobb looking out upon her bosom, upyle, Tenn.; F. E. William, Brookln
< '-.- HU lKatuA H --S-PUIALA2MT rB T YWliK.gamey food fishes in countless numbers .. roy,
I~~"-t rventwu-t. beckoning, as it were, to those wid. t h Miss M. Johnson, Ms D.A Johnson, Fine Hoe Table
.i r.. .... t Hi a.and reel; her bosom flecked with duck a* H. C Johnson, WilmingtoD, Del.; R. t. I REA


^^^^..- eowe .! .' 1*"" 9 ---=.- ,,ll~w-k spa, thirhmpr and loker bulgng .' ...*
7. Amidon, New York City; B. 0. Pouree,
S-and coot and snowy-winged *.sea birds, a do City;e, lo AitShaw, Wahn.J.ours, n.coadswyigd-ebr




^*finil---IIHII~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Ora~m~ -***- ^ vrrm~mubd oSngSues City; Z.in Shawe, Mr.ashndgI OREAN OW
^Mti- PHAJI.' ~ w ,k '- *which sit about as if for the sport ofa Ul hi ra. y x
For-Comfort, bobbing upon her waves; watch that a-. "
For Plea1SUre, lubberly old white headed pelican plyth and all0the!1 rn ur: 1g lr m
iBl ailj^U oFor a Rest, a fat mullet, and that fish hawk sti.g- and all the r The Despland. i\r RI
II& TUT gling upward with his floundering load The 1Despland late arrivals are: H.
iDeLand he snatcthed from the water. Racing Automobiles olhese, M. h W fo t wr H Mrc. Wn H.Au
i lin / T ,See the beautiful launches, spickand N .. rg, e.. ... H. SLL RAINEMIN OEI U
I ~~I a t w ne .s Ha dy-owam_ ul gi ng, 0 T .. Iik W right, D el~ nd ; Z,. fH Sprag uei L .L i r,! ~ l l n
t odlwn,..i^<,ru i /lI",tionK. B i elfeinwll span, their hampers and lockers bulging t It S. Koorhis, New York City; Mrs. G TH M ID O A
a ro-Bit with refreshments both solid anaItliquid LV40pp oo t o 4 1e moaern ae 0 """ hf lor ,Mrs E. B. Smith, Mrs.
ACC0MfOOAflOl Y-y f*teaor2 ready for a crwse upon her beautiful 0 thAt S Smith, Wtrlo r owa; Mr.Uand Mrs TL. AR EO_
as b surface Take out your field glass and 9* IFUPRNF's IIWACK PLkC90Ff G hprPacsi~,N .
--------sweep the river from Ormond bridge to 0LUJ~UI .Sead lisi~,N r
.0 0 Sin Soules, Miss Sin Sooles, Mr. and,
iighl^^ilk.I 01 Ponce Park light house, then say I
PReseft^^^ ^- a' a .0 NE'XT )OOl To" .Mrs. E. Van Vorhes, MasterVan Vorhes,
oeatyade jy-orv-'r,-nd-neafu. Whether the Halifax isn't a thing eof "Rochester, N. Y ; Miss Stearns, Ciici D
yVwr Moelrate Rate s,, ir iho T '. Ation.Adjoi os Fmo _eaut-yand a.joyeforv, aend nei rof 0 m ati E. B. Hyde, Des Moines; Mrs. G. | LfIUVVWlI "I
bmL u l expactedto ,.,_r al.t of rt ioa. U the moder wonders. m Prince George Hotel. -f rop I-orofrusa w-** I"Ur. Miller, Mrs. F. H.e- MIcCullen, Jr ., E.
IM CL 0fy who rs furt ll. tM outd h Imytripinorov t t coren a a a f t. extend ,,I"- ...1 je. 11.
I T- Tle .-hurfto1ri,1t1B.1h i atr Ln or hrst theaat01 "" Twid rcotn Picturesque Ridgeood' "Por wife, son and ai N lSSUewo
landsat H ote n Lk in sDAYTONA.tag FLORIDA.IIt h ". Life soitaodmaitt .
i Ridgewood avenue is upon the crs(t of 0 O 0 Northcott, WVest Virginia.
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .., )a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies, 0_ The es plan guests we re entertained ; .-N.O
.m and the wide-spreading branches of the __iiiWednesday evening with a card party,,
rSt. Au heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their afterwhich re-freshmenta were served. 1 l /


'E*t-Tt* 14 Austne geian bt ars yoimve-oalon axtnd catheirM^*.^1 *J'/ lpoiclwi; 1. seve thlkrouhu theksevle-; he Pr tin ce
pa ^ AC; NaO J* 1 A- 11& 0' aW.*kA Floruda.. *t an cross this magnificent vista, t-Je= ~ l'mi1. wa served throughout the ev
Seim. %ly holh. All Modern Imtrovemen ts. 0 forming an arch, and from these e xtend- i l 'i-ll & F __ s
6V ^ Accommodaticns for 300 Guests p ed arms great festoons of Spanish moss I 1 "51yr 1 ....r .E
A v. Jun. In ttr sway as the trade winds from tropic seas
__ -t" trut..i "l= okih., fan them. Lookingstraightaheaddown "
6 M AOWE, -.. 0 this white shell street one has the iam- New guests at The Ridgewood are ---....--NOW oPaN
Saprenionofa fairy path withelfilh dra- -Mr. andri Mrs. W:n., IL. Mueller, LDavein- IF-I'uI;IsF[ AND RI
.. ... ....... peries, but as you move along and cast Mr spor t, Iowa; 1'. 1 Walker, Jacksonvile;l "l O ItOU
R ____ _,_ an eye first to the right and then to the Geo I ,. Farnum, Miss Kelley, Mrs. Me1 Ti

Ib earfro s. left you see distinguished cottage hom. s A inew ex it fgate h aben ii._ (ti yle, New Sniyrna; Mr. and Mrs. Arm-n iT OPN D IN

h caps command s more nearly univeral to thiitilieae have rI. e ]ol )v ro, M'l iCica"go; Mrs. E. W. ierce an
tic cottage. The owners of these charm- her-Morris Hard war-e Co. 1'. 1, Ptri, New York; S. Pulesto"',t A

SwThe E m pe os i country and they bring their own archi- Adams'father.C. on o Dy nr Davids trtnpon, I, It.1. Me .'.. ...B
textural plans and build upon them and as In themvityfromT ursrlehal16i tir Jll. I, aksori, ih. La Wi .....u... -
i Starilex' Walker, Win Haven, Sanford;
adthe architecture of one section of thhr Wed-esdayreturned to.Jacks iville .F- Grihaniarid wife, Goshen;
"l ill, L ll i I~iI~i w i/i. co untryandiffeyrs r the acitetreof, a edi- I>e.day aftier.oon. \k'.\t,,., ( ri ,.k i, D,,iB.ond, Mis. ro'l>t. Mises -_,_,,, I.~trtIl .i,,t, m{. -o, E.
/anothetra paso ndo ourl upome lither n a in out-e s city. forosal at tue lai"uitil t' horn, i\Valkeru\n, ilaen an ford"idegNl ruI~iitD. i.~ l~l 11!M
a m ar apperane ad srucura beat rresh Milchelin tires; all lirsts. Iu ""'l"""lt"i", Mr"'ollotuy, Mr,. \,an _.<'2'"L.-._/:.......


itroIn one Buoullt. A lt nit" u in u(, ULUiIULt-
f ro m o n e ar. r a re n o m M o t o r C a r (C o a n d (C e n tra l -( a r a g e .
nous rows of strikingly similar buildings tr Car (
but the eye, as it sweeps by, is treated
to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps Mrs. (G. Jlohnson. of N. Ieacli
the mind wondering "What next'" street, is ini St. \Aurgstinll rtc Iivin
Streets and Pa.ements the Most and Be t. i treatment at the hospital il lillt
SI city. She wasrep)rled in ,i ai.iner-
Why the Archit'ct of the Iniverselous condition TIuesday, Ilmt l.Lter
chose to give to Daytona the most ad- information n stated that she s
mirable, the most picturesque natural I
getting of all the cities of the South is 1 ~mewhat better.
not re-vealed but that sulch is a fact :'Monagramn (hi, used lly th 1 1i
tnust be apparent to the niost superficial ]Benz racer anid all tire rc. (oll Ii(a;ik
observer. With such lavi.-h wealth of ers on the l(eali. nl as essential
natural beauty it became an easy thing as tile other. F ,r sale by (i ri',i-
for the hand of man to give the little Morris 1lardwa\:ir(- (',iCoin;iriv. it
tinishir'g touches which hav\ brought
out the coulors and outlines of tl gitbio 'ial :.1111 'lih.li i-iiu.,
ictu rei this section litw\ .en .i iiil ,!it :iii
Picture. il I
Man did all thi- in tile hiia g oAlt (f li it; i i ii
magniticent eir ml c l dii-tiv ;iJi
the streets with their wide. margins of al iiv i i
Si heavv downpo r n( rin. \.i- :i a rt.,,
parkage, the entire city lycoies a i.. -. i t. 'i
park "-*-' I blessing, benietitting e ltili1. :v-
great park IIg tile dust ai n adding .)t ,1. t
And as for p a pa e ents frt of the crovv-s u, i p,, l, ,, ,,l, i .
that look and act like grarsite,--where ali eall,,tm 'l>le rI, '-
else' between tlhe eastern and weteri 'anid I
seas are so many miles ill proportion to and
iniiabitants? Till some unheard-of
place reports more and better, l)aytona F- -1
tlhrt,o down the gauntlet to the world. j T! F WFI l lNPTN HfTFl


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CHICAGO |


He Got the Ticket.


"S ( .1min'slit rturn'" tickets are Issued
liyv ini,'-t lrltlIh I ri\\nys at seaplotrt
tw\ns to, sail,,rs at reduc.l(,| rates. .k
rili-her well groomed youug man de-
iiiiiited one to Birmilnghranm; the book-
ini hler'k lat Hull demurred.
'"'Sea ;ien's returns' are only i-suetiel
to snitrs," lie snaiipped.
"\Vell, I'm a sailor," :was the reply.
"I havie only youIr word for that,"
said the 'clerk. 'Ile,w am I to know It
Is correct'?"
"IIow a1re- you to know.?" cante tht
:tln\wer. "Why, you leather necked.
swvl\el (eyd son of a sea cook, If you
feel my star, ard boom running foul
,f \our heitdllghts you'll know I've
l,''ii (1-l1i : niii, r'e thai sit oiln i stol
I,!ci:tltti nil limy life, and you'lll hail in
\,,r .i w tai%'kle a lilt"
*";ive lilin the ticket." said the lpas-
tl-i"r sUlj'eprinteindent. who had over-
li:ird the dlahlopgue; hole'ss a sailor, right
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APRIL.
LANE, Proprietors.


THE STILLMAN
i)AYTONA, FLORIDA. D. R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
Facing The Halifax. Hall Block from Storesm ad Pslteffte. i
Modern Improvements. whitee Help. Northern ChefL .. .
Terms $2.(X00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application.
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IVY LANE INN
\W. W. FO", P'ii1:1 ,i'. DAYTONA, FLORIDA !
The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the i
0 Very Highest Grade,
P!Ih.aiin awil sati.-fvinE lthe most particular people.
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THE PALMETTO |
VI.I. KNOWN AN) POPLAR. DAYTONA. FI.ORIDA. i
Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River.
AA homenilikc anid ('onfortale iose. First-cla-ss In All e's~ -l v tsi
S. ). "Ci. I -HAMBERII.1N, lr pretorr 0
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SvaCe in the Bush-Safford Piano Contasit.


I Ab Vote As It Stood Monday Evening
I b- TTM USH & SAFR)P PIANO CONTEST.


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OUTSIDE OF DAY1
Wimmn's Opera h-oese
*Mkm R High School
'M. E. PfinMPo Mk. Daytona Beach
Nbt Ekbe Coate., Daytona Beach
MNa Ruby Spamlungl, Daytona Beach
r-Weamb Cogregational Church
NMb Alce Daugherty, Daytona Beach
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m. SaDle Hllaud, Daytona Beach
Mb. Je-ie Murray, New Smyrna
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..- -'386,305
1.840,170
1,463,899
1.045,345
215,335
147,115
03,090
85,145
70,300
50,040
4,250
1...,525
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544,625
357,045
344,790
123.305
57,395
53,775
48,935
33,645
12,480
8,430
7,045
2,170


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,kin moccasinn s is (*-:o pltt.
Sehn II. Nhwtg-~ r it
.1 [. .Atlc,)! y. .' 1 lab lben a<.
'iqstiug in Artlh!ony Br,-. -.t-r K--rc
for several IdI ret urni- I j'P;i
Iktach We-'leH1IJ3 v.


M -. J. P. Turner .as .p from :e have in a n.w li:. of 1IYv-
Smrna with party .Tlrsdal, t tona fe!t p.-nnan!~, :11 (<,] r- 1:l
we thp automobile ens.(s. John v r :
'Sele(t v from mwmplec at 0 S urnett's. tie Moultie,. arriveel inl it!l ,.tv 'TI.hrs-i
mnrhianit tailor. wlh. makes them day :nrniiing fr in ii. 1 iI
righ here i i Daytona. .4 I1;t Il, i-spe!-o-i of (',,m.apnv 1 in tn t
i -veninw. Tlhe Maor was met at the
Tilhere a' a ol'1sion We 'nesday ,depot by Maior Morris nd ('aT
-aftrnoon South kMach st-eet be- C(lark wlho e-crtel him : Ti.e
t ween a bicy. le and' Eurrey. result- tesplanld.
ing in the smashing o L the blicycle
hut fortunately the rier was not \Al r,.Mri F i t K I 'I l:: 1 F ,-'."Ir
injured. cvlind(r Stevens-i[,irvea. Lhur ,.r


As I am compeIleJ
amgb hotel cisewbert,
~ruperty located ir


to build my
I offer my
Seabreeze.


Fa., at bargain prices. See Con-
rad Real Estate Agency. E. L,.
Potter. 8-Mf.
**F(,e SAI F:-New rine-room resi-
dece located on the lay in St. Au-
gustine Ila l11 modern conveni-
ences. large bath. hall and spacious
verandas. Finert loc, tion. Lot ,-,5;
xl]O( E0xtends from he avenue to,
the bar. $c.(XI).t"i r.urnished. or
will sell unfurnished. No. 1,'1 So
Marinestreet. St. Aug, stine. Fla. 't
M -11 Zuber sold Wednesday,
through the Conrad Real Estate
agency his place on -outh avenue.


trip, call Iforgran lirise, plkne I1I


Star


Hams


Wekd Mas e 3 2a.


and


Bacon


-NtS


*~ urn insr,
SEAb8c5Mki~

ePmfie Weekof the Auto Racs


VAUDEVILLE. IMNv. maWsS
Mansfield & HarveyW ILL


Will be ee To-m igh amd To-
-mIOW Nirfet
in a Comedy Sketch producing o e
on the funniest plays of the araw .
Don't fail to we them.

AUTO RACES
Picture of the Winning Car will be
shown eaeh night at th Crystal
Theatre.
Motion Pictures Change Every
Day.
VMatinee Saturday at 3 p. m.
Admission 10 cents, Nirhts 15c.
Ik'uX O.Mr A,.T 7.01 P. N.
Prices will remain the same.


BOWLING


ALLEY.


The most popular
Indoor gam. for


LADIES AND GENTLEIEN.


Aft,-rnoon and evening.


NO). 14.


BEACH STREET.


W. V. Carter was up from Porti
()range Thurwlay to meet Mrs. Car-'
?er who lhas been visiting with their!
daughter, Mrs. A. C. Lovelace, at
Jaoksc,nvile. They spent the af-'
ter:r'-,n in viewing the automobile:
races }i-fo,re returning home. Mr.
Carter was accompanied by E. B.
Ii,:nt!ev, of Astor. who, with his son, i
B M. liuntley, is visiting with him.
The elder Mr. Huntley is a locomo-
tie engineer on the A. C. L rail-i
r, '. while the young mian is a jew-i



KINGSTON i

1Ti,e latest boarding house arrivals are,
.I' '.!,h I.ambert and wife of Shelby% il!e,
I:d.. *i3 A M. Eden, Poulghkeepsie, N.
Y. .
.Mr-. Slheppard and Miss Brooke have !
rttlirnt-d from ( ak Hill, after a very
i ,casant vi-it. bringing with them Mrs
; i;ines. an aunt of theirs, who will vi-it
a.' ]iniston for a few days.
Tl i. iifts of The Ferndale and the'
: I. .*.. f Kin i -ton turned out en asse
t' .. r r r:ini parid'. of autos in Day- t
.1\\i ";i (dav for-cnon, and re-
* : it ,iA- a r;aagnifit.ent display uf


Comedy Company


With a kwirctd C(ast of Twenty High
C'law Actors.
A N*,w Play Kacb Eentng.,comri entcl n
with
&In Gay Atlantic City"
MONDAY EVENING.
Other play will he printed In the fo!-
ovting order- -Two 4 id Cronva-." -Trh
Merry Wblower." -The ( irl Front
Brtghton."' ,*wetl ixt--n.- "ThC thor-
uI Girl."
The eBtlir srk- of play.v ar,- of th,-
Imughter-provokin y typeanth c o' -
Dpny prncntlag thbnt comn,- wth t;:,
highatt rcomunfndatkion of the* Ii-tro-
poiltan prew of th'- country: th.? h:,\.
pltytd lp crowded houjr t-vr. 'r-, ar.
awd ill so doult1 draw a gooi uatt.iit-
ance at The Wllnmans.
Popular pri-*- will prevail luring: rth!
week. RrTm-rvm-l *atst 75 t-nt-. f,r .; b.
at Hankins; parqiNitte S'.. tMklcon. y 1 ;-..
ehlldrena e.
The stemmerCheroke l.-av%-, th- f, rry
at T7, ac-h eerning or ft-nbret L at 1M.
tbhe round trip. Bus ervie .-,t 05 c.it-,
the round trip. ior pecLti convr-yai-.-w-
eall up Phone D h1103yooa.

til trhe
I rult OAIES r the
,rl tb. Grape Fruit and
Quality-
nowUer Tangerines.......
-clean sd bright-no wcal- or ru-t.
BOX TRADE
SWill attend to .hippit^.
Pritce s UIasokt,;,-.
SEOROE H. MUNROE
OOW= AND SHIPPER
ma6 S. RIDOeOOD AVE.-Datom., Fla.


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KODAK-=I.

S-= FINISHING


IY U-TOBATE METHIIODS I


All Prints Made on


Velox.


LET US SHOW Yv,
TO ITOlAIN 1 H.F:
RESULTS ;,IP,'M
KODAK.


fi \


FIL MS.


EVERYTHING FOR TI!I: I -
DAKER ALWAYS IN ST'cK.


Gardiner's Art


Store.


iji' .-rjt'd., f;ar..
I,. I.. (C',,,pTr :i;ad family have mrovcd -- --
f. t pr-(nage here to the Stanley
".,z cr i Palmetto ave. 'Saratoga ilnini t raL. : -o
in;.:;-,n si.l,..,i is out fo: several af- by dcay or week Si x-,-li r :-
T, r'. ..L.~ t';ii- i wek. s'- that the child, n passenger \W el,>.h airi f'i;;: r.; _. r
::;. Lav. t:ni- to attend the races on Elmore for charter, h 'r ":
tCi;, beach. Rates reasonable. if


CONRAD


OUR DAILY MARKET QUOTATIONS:


Armour Star It i
t'i'-ni '
Naked Hatm ..
Strip Ba>', ,
Armur' SI!. :. I
3 : _, .-,., .h.
Anr., ur Sh.... "
(;rarii elated .-
FI.lyin, k,.n.t .


.... .... 2 4



Af,


WU. t to 00 ami
vvbm ft sm


'EATHTUlE


I.l.-nowild h k otls Picture 1

;-FFI I N F 'er*M I W I

New Pictures


Concealed Cove,
Modern Hotels,
At The Crossroads Of LIUe,
A Bad Day.
IIavin, been disappointed in my Van-
dtviile arrangements will run a
choice election of pictures
t i,' balarntue of the week. -

ILLUSTRATED SONG
ATI. I':.I.XEC!ER.
M.i-s Lottie Kiher. P riY
'' x. v'.At l.ilv.. and t4atunlay.%
;,* ': 1 1p. Iti.


ADMISSION 10 CENTS.


lltxr,r optena .t 7ilf p. inu.


Billiards and Pool.

CIGARS AND TOBACCO
LarCgest Stock, Greateft Nnmbr Bro .
Cigars to please anyone


P. LADAS,


SOTHm BEACH
STREET.


Fruits, Candies, etc.


SPORT ORANGE

SW. I'. !w-s.so-,ld to W. C Moore, of'
i'. .'.v. r, (',h, a. a i,)t on Orange street. ,
Mr M oKrk .i!% imtiprove it at once. ;,
('Thauncy V- spent several days at
i 1.,,;.r. last week.
O Uur regular <:ard party last weekwaa"i
Sa very j, L;" ',-ne. Mrs. T. j Smith was '
Shot, -S. 1
M-: -:;: .I ,, i- ..spending the win-i
t.r ., ith Lr ,.uSin. Mli., DuBois. was
:.o !r s of t!he Church Tea last week.
Tlh..r vii Iw no Church Tea this week I
0o)i C. c' ii:,'! Ii the r.tces.
Mrr Iand MN'- ;t:rt Wortlcy, who are I
sp,-nrding thi- -eason in Seahreze. drove i1
Sdovn l'hursdav and nmet old friends. <
W\.- iri, a;ays glad to see them. I
frs Fiiilip W\i.ite lia& bought the lot L
a :oining tl.e Lf.*tutfui winter home of,I
iter fatLer-i n-lw:v Mr. Joseph White of I
Ocean (ir.(\- t C S.. will improve it I


sC.n.
Mr. and Mrn-. BIul, have a daughter
fr,,mn B i ,in:,nrc," \;;ting th-rn.
M is :E !Lt 1 f v)swego, Ill., .ho, spent
t:, ;\inter at t',e llinois Hou.-e, ieft last
" .k for LoIn.-.


I JAXGaI1r


r- U


- I

M- I

Cvi

cm1


SIn Ormond: o -
EU;EE~i~* beratiful i
I coaimiag 3 well furnished nxm and 3
baths, irroanded by 3 acres of full bw ,if~ j
tree, together with all necesmr outa-hbou li
facing the Halifax, is for sale Oa Lerm-to 4t4r

MACON THOMtN


RKAL ESTATE


ORMOND and ORMOND


)~m~asa~ammsaasaaaa


Winter Homes.


NORMAN


Track L


S. DAYTON;



Real Estate.


CONRAD REA


9


Mr :.l Mr: J,)K.n Irui ino: d f Ft1 u "
i Lir raII, to, visit I;!, fitth- I
r. i t t' i t a


Molcr h<,me on Halifax aven
uc. Silivr B.:ach. at a rare bar-
Zain if -old this month. Bing-
ham & TIhompson.


L ESTATE I


Burglary, Theft or DishonestServ
While your house is vacant or occplp l.
F. N. CONRAD, agent for the MARYIAND CASUALTY COMAIII
A house protected by one of these policies is sale. as he tCOMy ll wg
for what is stolen and t1 en. get even by catchiNg the thi0 .
Premiums Low. Reliable C*omma


CUNRAD BLOCK. DAYTONA. FlOMAWL
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Bond Lumber Company
MAt'FACTUES OF
Rough and Dressed Cypress Lumber,
Lath, Shingles, Flooriig, Ct-iling, Prick. I.irr.. 212l Cement in Stuck.
_Ph ne 83 1 ... i l Y..r,-: I :., .. I ,-i r l A n& tr-.
Phone 83 It. j. MALBY,. NOa


GROCERY


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COMPANY


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