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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 27, 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: VID00355
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MBuis tlih e 'Npwa, DArrTONA AB. R. H. Fo. A. X.
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-pr-. wla t un akply u ; Totals a. :1 7 I5 1
pd i ndldt w bm &aW in Brookltyn 10 0 00021 1-5
Rit w a Mrdor t botfowmd mv Daytona 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 2-6
f taidd M atl te i's*t i 5 wbe Earned runs-Brooklyn, 4; Daytona,
nSot MNes hws"=r t" D" y'a 3$. Two base hits-Alpermani, Bergen,
S9 iWil Cteoke t 0 ibs arby a Burch (3). McElveen, (2), Catterson.
t 1 d 6 IO It wsymim! Home run---McMillan, Marshall. Sacri-
am* and e pto ao Put' fice hits-Bell, Pattee, Kustus, Hunter.
r t aS U m Id te do em l uri dired' truck out-Pastorius, 1; Wilhelm, 1.
sr tetoat'm wer ept an SOp O fu-'Bames Don balls--Pastorius, 4. Bases on
_, from start to 1ftia. Little Tomay I error--Brooklyn, 3 Umpire-Daly.
MoMillisi, who is wel knmwn to Time-1:30.
florida isr. tlrmug ha vih played witb
Jacksnville up to as yer, started the
ae in prof'ePiooal style with
a wallkp over the liet field fence for a
em Prun. TbI baiM t aLs luryove r l
the oiko of the Gribr-Morr Hardware
Co., ad the we pl.Tr who is the
nm e Mat of the natioal me OI
the YestCrda3aSPEEDING.
is tWe bl IMoe,woa Lbe fire dol& a bill
offerd by tt oneema for such a hit. f It
IThe Dyta squad quickly tied the Yesterday noon Richard Irvin, chauf-
soer toi the aseoad ionic when Ctter- feur fr a gentleman stopping at The
Is leadoff with a double to center, Ridgewood, seemed to be trying for a
moved down to third on a sacrifice by speed record on Beach street instead of
Kotoi and came home uider the bit on the fastest beach in all the world.
an Huater's =miCge It waI not until Marshal John Myers fell on him with
h fif th tt another tdley W re- the municipal big stick and called him
eed, and thena Masall nt tthe ColtA before his Honor, Mayor Greene. The
toward with a drive over be left field owner of the car responded, and wnen
Imm fora hoer. Tb. hit wS&aalOWt Mayor Greene explained fully the atti-i
LadlJertetd that ade by MoMillant, tude of the city toward such driving and
W 1i. isy OI b bal! the necessity for stafeguarding pedestri-
dropped several feet bey, rad the 85 ans, and much mote to this effect the
mark. Mr. Morris said latitr, however, gentleman concluded themmayor was em-
that be would have been w lflng to pay inently correct, and hereafter Chauffeur
the price five timer over just for the Irvin will do his speeding outside the
sport's sake. Both pitebris continued city limits or on the beach.
La fine fettle until the seventh, when
the regular developed a ioe batting At Wilmans Opera House.
rally and forged to the froc t. Lumley
opened up with a single, but was forced Those who have not as y,.t attended
by the mighty Jordan, chamkpioi home- Wilmans opera house slhoulAl go tonight.
run bitter of the national league. Len- and enjoy a real treat in witnessing the
nex made the second out wi I a long fly iills Musical Comedy Company present
to the left. but Duun, who tad relieved 'The Chorus Girl." The company
Bergen behind the bat, lac#wl out a long played at the Wilmans :.l; wc.k to ever-
i double to the left field fence. Wilhelms increasing audiences, and the expression
Swas the right man in the right place, is universal that it is ,by far tlhe best
Shis timely single bringing in the twv company which ever c( ... Il.i,,rr the
runs that sent the Brool lyns to the footlights here.


4 mt became the game front.
I.lm aiwithstanding the The Colts went to the front in their
of ngig the be-g half of the 8th, when successive singles
% Being and hous- by Hummel, MeElveen ant Catterson,
lI doertauond charges, followed by a sacrifice fly fiom Hunter
lfrhe oue and arran- scored two runs. The regulars came
if l fte telm. however, back with the tying run in ttie last half,
tlJIM Id ovelty of the Whitney Alperman croesinE the plate
neo 1-on his double and Sebring's tingle.
m-- mated the city, The 9th wai exciting. The Brooklyni
lbr the freedom took a lead of one run and i was up to
" pIae", many of the )aytona's to make an electrical fin-
tir wives and ,,...% w.,. throw with the goods


|i11 pql|ein town at-
4i ala @ reception and
ft dbaB players and
mdT. at the Cafe
go :- pe was unini-
0i4d tih Kwt winter the
-kLe v Daytona tteir

Lr M party i.sile thil'
l-w s lfedtm of the
accomi;atied


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With two hi ntds down, Burcb made
lhi- tliird double of the contest, and
Hunin-<11 was afo on a fumble by Al-
..rn..,, M,.l.'Ueenn came to the rescue


I 1 II- A ,. .. I
wilt :L :it, :lli swat into the tall
gras..- il d',tj p~.,~;t'er, and before the ball I


Every actor in the compare i- a swc'-
ialist in his (,r her line anrl as j,,llity :and
laughter is the main object aimed they
deliver the "goods" from start t(, firi-,h.
If then the "News" readers want to, ern-
joy a two hours solid, liihi cla-s fun do,
not fail to go to Wilnin:r triicl,t as this
is your last opportunity.
"P%25c and 50()c. Tickets at Ilan-
kins for this (cveling and( f.rry to North
Bridge.

:For Sale-- Twelve-room Cot-
taW on Ridgewood ave., for $420).
Best bargain in Daytona. See
Bingham & Thompson. t f


+P~icking. shippinji
furniture a s8iecialty.
C, tt.gie avenue.


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A 1 E al)l If The count of Thursday evening In the
Spiano contest showed no new develop-
mente. The Daytona High School seems
Construction. o New Syst.mi Will to be holding its own, as does also the
I- Wilmans opera house. In Daytona the
Paob~ibly Beguin In About Rifles seem to be stopping, while the
Three Weeks. Elks come along still at a good gait and
they will pass the Rifles before the close
of the contest next Wednesday, in all
ATLANTA IPUN TO IDO E WORK probability. The Eastern Stars had a
fairly large vote.
st I t ()Outside of Daytona the Kingston
The water works bonds have been re- school has again passed the Seabreeze
ceived and were signed yesterday A school, baying its largest vote so far.
long string of red tape has been un- The rest of the vote, both in and out-
wound and disposed of, and those in side of Daytona, was fairly large.
charge of the water works business art, From now on till the finish the vote
nearing the end of the red tape reel. will likely be heavy every day, and the
Soon the "thump, thump,- tliump," of: voters will be giving a great deal of help
the deep well drill wvill be heard and the if they will write their ballots plainly,
acti% ity of the builders of masonry, and simply, on the front and not on theback,
the whack of the hammer and the buzz and try to avoid being funny. These
of the saw will be good music to those little jokes are all right but they don't
who have Daytona property and no ad- help the person that has to count the
equate fire-fighting apparatus, votes.
Yesterday Mayor Greene, President
(;ove and City Clerk Portor fixed theirA ONGRAN
signatures to the bonds andti their re- A lONA
mains little more to do, but to give the
command to proceed with tin, construe-
tion of the system.

000 denomination; sixty of $500 trd NA
twenty of 81,000 bouds It's a pity all
these bonds were not taken by loci Bred and born in "Old Kentucky,"
aitalt. BIrcd and born in "Old Kentucky,"
I'i deeply interested in her material wel-
lhe Bond Trustees are not prepared m
to*a jsa what d work will I con- fare, solicitous for her moral and educa-
t a t, lional advancement, my friends back in
menced on thle water works, but thliik .. ..-11


it i? safe to say in about three wee, tie gooa oia corn rnonweant will at least
but when it does gi it will e pushed concede that I have sufficient incentive
but when it does begin it will be puslhd i
along as speedily as is onsistt t if not justification in "butting in,"somie-
good workmanship. what prematurely though it may seem.
good workmanship.
ith the ecept f create r ad making a long-range nomination
\\ith the exception of concrete wt'rk to a- *
ic contract ough o scur, ;for one of the most important offices in
ad te n d r in Bontt i the gift of Kentuckians to bestow.
and the well-drilling contract, secured ,
It is that of Superintendent of Public
by MelNton & Ballougli, an Atlanta 'i! ;:
SIn tractionon. the job temporarily held bv i
installs the new sy-tem. The firm i- .1. r rb.
I'rof..ssor Cr;ta be.
B\ Mhci'r rv. A- (',. I i, rontrnl r tc rr-- <,


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LTCEUM


WINS EA S


COURSE


A GREAT HIT1

When in the course of human events
it comes time to thank a people for do-
ing what they wanted to do, it is such a
satisfaction to feel that if the language
seems exageratcd it is no more than is
due.
The last of the Lyceum Course has
come and gone, and all of the lions
which'stood in our way are slain. The
danger of the company not keeping
pledge is a question no longer to be con-
sidertd. The fear that the entertain-
ments would not be first-class, has been
driven away by the success of the per-
formers and the testimonies of those
present. Even the weather held for the
success of the enterprise. But the best


of all is the hearty support of
munity. If ever the people
worked for this Lyceum Co
help again to carry on such
taking. they know where to
what is needed-sympathy an'
Four times this season the
church has been tilled with Da
izens who count life Aorth
the audiences felt that ithe
ments this year, in some res]
not all they hoped, they have
erously considerate in criticism
Let's thank ourselves for
bring the Lyceum Course her".
M. E. BR(
On behalf of Con



THE REPORT


the com-
who have
)urse want
an under-
find just
d support.
e Baptist
lytona cit-
living. If
entertain-
pects were
been gen-
is.
r helping

O)WN.
uniittee.





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. .. t .... 4A .. .. I in ,tit rcial prosperityv while e in i -
ext.rsive experience in 11-t!i i be desired cannot be paramount I IITI
Already plans are laid for 1,'ginniu ,,tly t, b (tasiredcannow be paramount is I
operations., and it seems w :t if it icatinal, which pre i so
: ev\idlr tl a1i,,'uatie, I nam led to suggest
a matter of a few days only till tVi-to
thatatter of rtne the stigma of Kentuc ky'k I: Fairfax .udlow, \ho lhas I,een at
mud i nee 'ded sv'stern will be under wav g
u ded ste wll uner y i ,.tag ,f illiteracy, when corn- member of the reportorial staff of the
A ).tily News representative \ :, Daily News during this season departed
iperriitted to examine the lih l ,, L-: lt:! \ ith sine other States ],, l)aily News during this season departed
tv.ht,:ty I e,, tillh '(;od's Country. sh e Friday afternoon for Covington. Ga., to
executed pa pers, and tl.ic Itn exhluisite work of art. 1,v lii igi at thic' hea- of her eduea agent and promoter of the (Great Cos-
Thel !ast .:tu n of biL,, papers F ". 1). ". I.
The !st a (n of bi. papBeon 1. i it t irktre-ts that brilliant thinker, nopolitan Shows No. 1. His duties
;pring. Clhirrut:t of tth, Bonl uirnitr
:i ir id I, it ,r, ,litiiuisaed ,teacheriand will keep him two weeks in advance of
tee, ha(l tile whole !bartcIh, but :.5 hle : I
hteed atlitit tch ut B.a i.li- .\lice I.l,lpy, of Mason the show, making all necessary arrange-
headed ti ,,\trtl a idi'i., Merchi:ait I ink K ,
.,i totV. ments for their appearance. Mr ILud-
,,icitu le \as xr,.Dr'sscl floor tl, The BlonI Corntlitti'e has excrci-,I tiui
Thiliiie aBond. n(,i tim rehaill Ie lost in.I diu e i t i ril, scholarship, such thusiastic over the profession lie has
. ilip IIi. tl l tii'lit to i utv, such ('hristian charac- chosen and the [Daily NXewsi \\vi.ti l imi
11 1t I Y t'- r is si' ~l diilv to lift the department i 1 all possible success.
,work.. ,
1,, I h..r :a .. ,nlo to Itlite nomination,, As I am compelled to build my y
f'/' _l 4 M iss ll. f-or Sutperinitenentit of new hotel elsewhere, I offer my
c lI'ili,,i. Itr -.tir,, IfK.itu<.ky' property located in Seabreeze,
S\Fla., at bargain prices. See Con-
Srad Real Estate Agency. E. L.:
Wanted---'o join another in Potter. ,S2-tf.
nlhipping automobile in same car
IItylers annt NnIIall;'s n.' .' ,to Detroit or near by points. :'iti \ .hs- "'~I per cent. of' at The
,,,ived weekly. ]on't Iy" .t;l .t1 4 '-: William B. Hatch, Seabreeze. ( lobe. 9) tf
-lies wlen v',n y < ly 1".1il ; 11
fresh. i:i N\;---',} per cent. off at The
(A The,. rg95tf
HANKINS, The i)rtiggist.


AT THI* I'l.AsCl


Where Voltnsia Mvet' F Pwn h.


I(,;r.il *!( Iiild ing lots at Silver
i',,.., 1 tr Aotomobile Club House,
i '.1 :0 it atra.tive prices. Apply
S1. '. Fi ral tf


(cull i.e rel:ay' r to, the plate, both run-
ners, had deltced the pan and the game
w:as over Scorn:


Beach Was lhiP-rs


fect Cooditom,


Chappe, New York, -d 0 .-. ,
Brookly Ru Twmwty MIN
*Neck aud NIock.

tBY ALX sBOWALBAW.)
The fourth and lat day ad le dy-
enth Annual Dtytama B-eas Tem.
meant was enlivened by the exhMi-
base ball game by picked team- ft
the Brooklyn, New York, bees nhdb,
which came on to Daytbas i"u,
strong from Jacksoavlle aabot -
time.
On the beach theo wid we -d the
ocean blowing directly arwati da-h
which was fast as usal. Tbihe lt pC
clone driven by Ralph Dr h~ l-l a
a walkover for the 7Mimaapob Tepby,
thus insuring it permanent pola be
the Fiat Company, and it aha had a
walkover in the one male irviatbsa
race. De Palma also haodily wa f-m
scratch with his Italian flyw, the eight
mile handicap race, after eomedha
starts from one minute sad twaty
seconds to four minutes for the otea..
The time was 8:45 net-the blical Boel-
kiss was first, Pope-Hartford wae e-
ond, and Aultman's Buiek, Daytma,
was third.
Fred Hill made the best time,
1:19 4-5 for a bicycle paced by a mutOr-
cycle, and in the attempt to beat the
mile-a-minute Murphy's old record of
57 4-5 seconds, on Long Iland batbd
a locomotive, Elmer L. Co4 s, of Lyma,
Mass, rode a mile on a bkyde in
58 3-5 seconds behind the Flat Cyloafe.
It then looked as through the Mupby
record was in danger but both HIl aad
Fogler lost the pace and it was all over.
The twenty-mile motorcycle eveat
was won by A. G. Chapple, of New
York, who just beat out Walter Goorke,
of Brooklyn. N. Y., after neck and mnek
race of twenty miles, first one man lead-
ing and then the other in 17 minutes
arid 21 second-.
The closing day also gave the greater
crowd of spectators of any day of the
week, the base ball game also had all
the grounds could hold so that the get-
a-way day was a success in every point
of view.

Episcopal Churches.
St. Mary's Daytona, corner Orange
and Ridgewood avenues:
Service and sermon, 11 a. m.
evening prayer and sermon 7:30 p.m.
Special triusic by vested male choir at
night service.
(;race Church, Port Orange:
Service and sermon at 2 p m.
Grace Church, New Smyrna:
Service and sermon 4 p. m.
All seats free at all services. Every
one welcome.


de As It Stood Thursda% Evening
'IM WMSH SA'FORD IANO) CONTEST.
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SECOND CALL.

Satay nad Mo=day next wil be big days
for Bargains at

ANTHONYS'

Or Ommond Store will be closed for the season Thbrday, and every
dollars worth of its s tck brought to Daytona and sdd for what it
will bring.
Saturday will be Straw Lat day, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. With
every prchaose of $3 50 or over a Straw Hat Free as long as they last.
Moday will be a 'final drive on Clothing, mall sizes, young
me's styles, at figures below actual cost. We are determined to
close them out and Monday is your chance.
For thee two days and the following week all we have left of our
or ginal @tok will be re-arranged, priced over again and closed out.
It is our plan to stozk the Daytona store with uew snappy goods.
in all lines, for the summer. The sale is to prepare for this. Itis
yoar chance of the year. Take advantage of it.


Sa s at Ormmod. Daytona.
We Palm .Beach, Miami.
Paks oBeloa.


minmmmm~sm-m-h -u- -5


N. ELLA DiVOY & COMPANY,


Ladies' Hatters,


Latest Styles, Artistic Workmanship,


H36- CLASS GOODS, LOW PRICES.


No. 6 SOUTH BEACH STREET,


DAYTONA.


gf Ladies' Red Cross


and Children's Educator SHOES.



THE GLOB

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Cmber 1. WK, at the potomiep at
Daytoma. Mi. under the Act of
March 8, OMI


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F. W. POPE
Attorney and Counsellor at*
SLaw.'
W Practice In Rtate and Federal Courts_
3 t OFFIC OVER POSTOFFICE. 0
1 Telephone *4
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ST. E. ltzgerald F. Oates
FITZGERALD & OATES
SAttorneys and Counsellors at law
SSpecial Facilities for Examining arid
! Perfecting Land TitIle.
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 12's

3 0. A. KLOCK, M. D).,
* PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 0
* A.to-utedwilth K.M. Fergusm, .. M .
fp H e'l;l ai ttt-nti n Li\'- to Ii"ts : .- .
Z th. l Evt-.ar. N<.. :sI'l T o.'i'O ;it i! -


.l. --1J Wl VS .. itt fll ro o <. ... .- -
*; I ; -- Mell I OflleHour%: 7 to l;i.i... tit '.. i
^ )k }\ "^ A E1 and 7 to p. i,. Pl,.ii.... .. .

E. L. STEWART
Mir Hattie Robinson, niece of Physician and
Mrs. Win. Hall, who has been visit- Surgeon.
ing with Mr. and Mrsm.and- N-l at- EI l" l at itlol.. '". .
ing z, u. u .o vui u Ia, Th roat ta 14 N,...'..
their home on North Beach street Fourth Door West Postofficc
Since some time in January, left on Phon" .. -..-
SThursday morning for her home at .. ,
l Shelbyville, Ky.
I / .. ROY HOWE, M. D.
>L,,T-Valuable diamond stud ROY HOWE, M. 0D. :
j L.T\alabe Jamndstud. 0 Physician and Surgeon
R ard of $54) will be given finder* oPhysic an.,and Sur'geon. -
# Office nrid Resid--two.: I--,, S'. l
; by returning to Dr. S-hneider, 302; wood Avinu..opji. i. .,
, x., .- r>- J .e (fltc,. Hours: ii to Jl n. 111.: :2 to :.i,,ii
S'Noortb KRidgewcOd. tf ::rt tou p. lS. tolph1m 175.
I Mrs A. H. Chamberliin, sisterin --** ****
Slaw of Mrs. Elmer Oliver, and her
little son, Warren, who have been SEABREEZE SANITARIUIM,
1 visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver at OCEAN BOULEVARO.
their Daytona Beach home for the S:AR BF.:z:. F- 'Lil\..
! past month, departed Friday morn- Rowoms) inAr'-. si.1,,,1 ,,,l A.t-i.\,k...
iing for their home, at Rahway, N. J. corpsofComixt.- t Nur.. in 'o- .:t i
Mr. Chamberlain, who accompanied c. C. BOtANNON.. M. I'., Da,.ta. Vla.
them to Daytona and remained for I,,.N. NoS. 74.
!about two weeks, will meet them at
Savannah, Ga. ------
"'Auto ForSaIe-A Buick 2-cylin-l C. C. BOiANNON. 3
der. Enquire J. H., Stillman Hotel, hPAysician and Surqoun,
Beach street. 99-2t Offic- oovr ti!- Atv%'A(P o 'dr' I


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DAYTONA. FLORID%. V
To a 'ielpoii No, 0.
NEW SEASIDE INN Doings
U~noL~lL HllI oinlls e^ a^- *-*****smo**
AND FI-PNISIIED COTTAGE,. at Daytona DR. F. H. HOUGHTON 3
Beach DENTIST T
Everything Modern, DENTI S. ,
Homelike and Confortahblc. DAYTr NA BEACH, March 27.-Miss P1*1111*1*4111111111* .


SEABREEZE, March 34.-fr'-. Nf -- i tyo tatcBah
Aithur and daugllt(-r, %Nia" May. j..f t N. i- etyonAlnicBah
tew-day for their hotiie i i We-iterlv. R, I Surf Bathing and Vishing.
Mr and Mrs. McArthur have twen 1 u- 2..',()'1AN DAY AND 1-11
kee-ping in the Hull -,ttave raI'l'it -
wood avortue for tei~tsp.ttw~o nitori z. It a
Mm .Sarah fGrandy arid -.(n. oi H R C ST WT
- Grandv. tif North Diijlotn. vkioho avi
hem uguests of M r. a I Id %IrI-.['. I~S% If trDAYTONA X BI 4(H,- L i1
have returned horniw. I ____
Mr. Hus-tell r-t urneqj freirint If,(- KD,('DtV'
ing pier yesterday witt a t~,irtv-p (-nw] SU R F C R ESTJ
va.ch (of fib"I. N(ot '--nt tie riou- -c t. .. tr ovct '
lrv-VakiVng ia(e thunder niz 41os~- :t! lanid '-'''~~~ i~I 4
culall win Iiifl from hik ( liose i-ri rt ~ ~.j' .r ..
Mrsu. L-vlker. of No-% YIork a. i,i', :- -atesP.d.i-Ia
spent the winter ton Valley -trt4-t, and 41__
whone gift of song [jai %uffrdedi mtwh I Srincoss Jq 5ssna
pleasure txn the M(-tlirboist e'wirgregntifiris.S
any dav thi,- week. 1!16~z~ ~:1- rild -J at.- .I!
L M. Drake is o-Iavii EttiaIp-!j.Hli iild .Ir% pi ,,.~i
hioii al. rnit#- -- ;r tt.%~~~ardu:-
fizi lot" own the So~uth tifdt of I l !.1 ree t i-itl, rito- bfr '..-ns'zi. vw.11.-
114- thas wied fsomv diq4,ret on ii, -:t' ing 'i p F'd W P 1K RM Poptoto
the finest cof the native groulli. and tie __
small knolls ant vil As .if,% offI: DE 1,BOJ[ tIAG
greater adv-antaget- tl. #-E'fo'r 1lie t Uii- H HT OUE CTAE
method of stripj~ing a Iiuit'dir Jtit f Jill I xYT, N A4LtBF:A'H. F L.A.
fo re stry an di g ra d in z it t n4' do :v' I vl v f- e ~i ir ,: i .:ir% ind 1 o m pl t, I fur-
S.eemis t~.i h-u .I it it ? -, :- 4 ~\- rh.1 dW(: iiso~l rrIire inI .,.a .11(
1 rl-ito (o t.) E tl.r'tt '1d v. ,ti .t 4.- Jst- Awn~t-41~ l M :tr
Jier-titi .:r..(1 -ort dintaiwe. frorii Atinnit, o.:uil. 1I.it*
h'uiledng- ~i tigPUfl rTr'- ,f't-urN, de r11nocl' 1. Fit I4*4 1'. I.Prop.


NNoble and Mrs Barren, DeLand teach-
Srs,. wero, guest- of Misses Apthorpe last
\vt-dk whilee visiting our public school.
Miiss Noble made her home on the beset,
fr a year or more, and is a great fav-
or ite with the peninsula people.
Mr and Mrs. A. Z. Convere, of Chat-
taiiooga, Tenn., and Henry H. Coville,
Of New York, are among the yesterday
arrivtals at the I)aytona Beach House.
Mr. andi Mrs. F. D. Janvrin and the
for:;i r'% riother. Mrs Carpenter, of
llarvard Ill., art- occupying their cot-
tage, ond P-iin.ula drive.
Mrs II. B11. Meyers and friend, Mrs
Lula avriman came over from Orlando,
by imot,,r (ar Wednesday to take in the
rai,.-. They were guests at The Seaside
Inn.
The Misses Ainsworth, of Moline, Ill.,
Ni i(c.-s of Hlenry Ainsworth, who have
befn spending the winter at Seaside
Inn, left Wednesday for St. Augustine,
whtre they will be at The Barcelona for
a week. and thence to Washington I).
C., and home.
S. C Cano\ a and daughter came over
from Palatka for the races yesterday,
and 9ere guest.- at The Seaside Inn.
Miss Margaret Van Meter, who has
been a guest of Mrs. Youngs, on Ocean
avenue, left yesterday for Lexington.


Hi. EUGENE JOHNSON.
Bicycle Livery.
V a r ?t u i N 1 "11 o
Bicycle Supplies and Recpairs.
Come and See.
WEST END iti-'UE:N'fR I. 1111,11,61%

jD.EDITH B. SIIOEMAKL
DENTIST
0*'. to 4:,U p 1' .
I6o THIRD AVENU.E. Tedcphtm~e 3,14


OSTEOPATHY
C DR. J. C. HERMAN
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DR. A. O'NEILL.


* office over Aid-''ii


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AT CLO SE OP

RESOURCES
Lowns and Dicounts $544, 67 Oq


Stwks and Bods.
OverdIrafts............
Banking Hose and
Fixtr es V. C. B.
......... $8,1 7.45
Daytona12,27 89
Real Estate ........


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Ei anks ...........
K ODA $8 rJm v; 76,52.3-8
Developing, Printing
and Film Supplies--

tAT!'.I' TIY FI:sT-oLAM WORK.
\ T:I l. \ Wil.. (,NVINCI YOr. D D "-
* ,s : m^^ II Ladles' and O(knt'
Anderson & Clark .w
Si OIVIE US A CALL J. W. I
P ,-k 1 I1hmk. opp..;ouith Bridge.


Y,,n When You
Ti n f MILLS n>kof C I
jICE CREAM
i \Vh.th.r v iu want a little or a lot
Sel-pli, No. 7 Wie deliver all o oar L r St
Srd-rs of !m ,II quartormmore. o
THE BEST FOUNTAINSSerw L i:SV FURNITURE, MATTIF
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; We can save you me


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THE SPOT CASH GROCERY
I',, l,,'..r- South of the Postoffice
H. S. MILL.ER, Proprietor.
Mu A> i -av- -$ti by btjuying hero


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DAYTONA. SEABREEZE,' *ORMOND ad DAVWA I
Ice for Boats Delivered at any Dslk-SChiiiM LA
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famous Koyal carlet.ana CurtLs ro u
CITY I I W1
STABLES Anild Like P. T. Barnum 'We Never
TRAINS i Advertise Unless We Slhw."
TRAINS.
INDAYTONA T CALL AN GET PRIES BEFORE PtB-
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A 1 ATLANTIC MOTOR CAR COW
atol0d I No. 8 Beach Street. Daytona, Fla.


HARHACY, Automobiles and Gasoline Engines,
'" B "ac t i Diamond Tires, Bos.h Magnet ,i
t and Spark Plugs.
II Cold : Discounts Allowed the Trade
aranteein thsSecondhand Cars taken in part payment for New MGM
paratitiri. 3 Secondhand-Cars in Nc.
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AIADIES TAILORq,
107 N. Bccb S4mI, M MOtk NCi
DAYTONA. FL.A.


F.. S. HALL
Architect and Builder.


Office 209 Palmetto Avenue
I)aytona. Florida.


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Ama. up41t hs -iPOo, acked-
7i ubscL b .No am wile
7,,7r ....Mr Its. MOO oQi, pa

A 11B; M M w vbo ere Pdalhdabi-
Webyi.' heU axwes; nO ooa wvoim er
^ iAil A A- *nprMd" pflr o( horses and lst-
M a h---- fa ""ad to t e popping f their steel al
Spo it1e ahpltla m-Ulke face; no ime
L m5B amehtor. hwer d a high-power aut"om
bfedown tU broad stretch of wave-
g'g h 3S SN I s or Eo 8s wita wNA d md murf-packed mud botrral-
S CIW ?b CC br eiof.. lV ind. w tat it i a worid-beter, orld-
M The Srvicewinl FMati, gamia rwemder. Go tmaod upon thb wide
e Ipedway and ee the happy soulsflit
I n m Kme on widi the hoeid. 'Pt Fb b b n Joyous mood, and answerwhether
dirl erv M ts W ifl be mde with mtu this a not one of the seven modem
wooden.
_t111111_I"||| ..... The MPhiM, Peirl miM Rlvw.
Were think you is water with more
SSSSSSSSZSSOMSMO .M... pictureque surroundings? Nearly a
\ a -- le wi, fringed with tropical vegeta.
h--e: Ni aml. ti0om artistic cottages with roomy ve-
Sx M" Sof~t w~rs. rida's looking out upon her bosom,
u aaI CX&at a- w K. gamey food fishes in countless numbers
t-m aw WtIeI. Pbosme beckoning, au it were, to those with rod
S J. P. A aWiuj row. SAr,. uand reel; her bosom flecked with duck
i* 'a***I SO I __>__ and coot and snowy-winged sea birds,
Si which sit about as if for the sport of
^ J ,tf. r bobbing upon her waves; watch that
i ~Fr Pbeiasre, lubberly old white headed p-lican pow h
S' a ReSt, a fat mullet, and that fish hawk Ftr g-
ia / ; TrAT g ling upward with his floundering load
f DeL nd he snatched from the water.
S.. See the beautiful launches snick and


&il] .-i---- u ltilwi : span, their hampers and lockers bulging
a i ..ati"M, *ift U with refreshments both solid an liquid
na i ATlOMll kfts snr. m ready for a cruise upon her beautiful
-H eo wd br I-surface Take out your field glass and
H i -in-in -sweep the river from Orinoud bridge to
S i Ponce Park light house, then say
"e o 4e l Palm Beach. whether the Halifax isn't a thing of
ii beauty and a joy forever, and one of
i mr lL eote. On tmid Location. Adjolit Famous "Potn- .mode. wonders.
jr expected to ee-TropWcal Apiendor ort Fruits and Flow- -th u n, ,, wonders.
a- eQ l rM hI. rtl r WHouth by train or boat that coomlSe SEa y P ctresu. Rdewood.
rM *1 2%eb tDytom Palm Beach Boat I ine lands at Hotel y Pctureq Ridewood.
i-e.....-. 'j Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the crow flies,
2---:....... i!* *and the wide-spreading branches of the
StipN (l A I E 1A 1. Aflmil O heavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
!eaL Jl W^^LlmX^^^AAB 0. *o a giant arms across this magnificent vista,
N @L A Modem lniomprv tneltS. forming an arch, and from these extend-
", alcu Accommndtitnne for 300 Guests ied arms great festoons of Spanish moss
l i ,,n .r ..irt.' Wrlte for sway as the trade winds from tropiceas
treated Boo Ilet. J fan them. Looking straight ahead down
[ o:X. t tA OWlKwBLrtr i this white shell street one has the im-
Spremion of a fairy path with elfiPh dra-


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.-.--..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--- ---... i a. n eye first to the right and then to the
S-" left you see distinguished cottage homes
in the most delightful settings.
M- S urpassingl Beauty ot Our Cottage Homes.
C r rNo one of I)Daytona's attractions, per-
S'haps commands more nearly universal
attention and praise than does the arlis-
SI / tic cottage. The owners of these charm-
l p eOf l rt o f Cl ing villas hail from every corner of the ,
E veror of Cars I country and they bring their own archi- ,
I tectural plans and build upon them,and I
as the architecture of one section of the
country differs from the architecture of
another so do our homes differ in out-
*ward appearance and structural beauty
from one another. There are no onooto-
S UIi nous rows of strikingly similar buildings
Sbut the evye, as it sweeps by, is treated
Sto a kaleidoscopic change which keeps
J / | : the mind wondering "What next?"
V Streets and Pavements the Most and Best.

SWhy the Architect of the Universe
-060 A l ll M I." r chose to give to Daytona the most ad-
TOllllilll LL. mirable, the most pictur-Psque natural
nvsetting of all the cities of the South is
not revealed but that such is a fact
S, /e ...... ll tl/ must be apparent to the most superficial
ize~d by -(fO'r severalI veal. A observer. With such lavish wealth of
natural beauty it became an easy thing
for the hand of man to give the little:,
SThe Emperor of Ge many finishiig touches hWhic havc brought'
out the colors and outliii, ,of the' big
M. The Czar of Russia picture. o ,
SM The Czar of Russia Man did all this in thile laying out f
S H. Prince Henry of Germana:y the streets with their wid,' ni.arginrs of
parkage, the entire ci hb.conmes
# great park I
e r And as for pa.vTni(emits, )paveentsi,
and sixty other imperial that look and act like gra;,ite,-,where,
else between tlc' eastern and western 1
A seas are so many miles in proportion to,
and Royal patronS. inhabitants Till sier unheard-of
# place reports nilre :aiil better, D)aytonea
Throws down the tuntlet to th(e w)rld. ,
S125 horse-poWer BCnz which is S*Squirrel. Flowers. Birds and Fruits.
Se D Whatever OnetIs hortcomning-s arid
nt at this week s races at Day however irifTerent or c've callous rne
W may be' to nany tl:ings, til.' mere men-
Sar N y tion of -squirrels arid flowers, birds and
i_ l- il .o. .;1 nt i thrill that is reflected:


ilwmmhl a ytpegi* &Sd-Abe- li
Wbis m free the pm an t Mll a
Sfrom thetbohoad flowing wkl.i
It i a eoatfnoou ebo with af.es tlf
ddlhbaceme. You will probably eaten
the pit and whamyou do' the'roads
and the'beh ae yours. The Florida
unandde is free, the balmy ocean
braee ar free, the birds *ad squirrels
and flown are free, the sparklbg
fomtala wterris fre and you will have
to go down In your wallet only for coin
for the auto md bed and board.
Thi& is no fabmful picture; it's all
here It ft drawing other thousands
and holding them Itthr-llmd, it will
charm and hold you. Come and see.




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Mr. and Mrs. V. J. White were in
the city Friday from I hipont to en-
joy the base ball game.
tWe have in a new line of Day-
tona felt pennants, all colors, all
prices. John H. Schwegler. 9(;-4t


'The "Evangel No. I," with Iev.
N. I'. MeQuarrie and Dr. ,loberts
aboard, put in to I)avtmoa Friday onl
her way down the river.
*Reem ber' If you pay your bill
this month you get votes in the
Piano Contest-a vote for each cent.
Bingham & Maley Co. l.).- -t
.1. F. Able, who waA employed
during the winter in the blacksmith
department of G. A. Foye's carriage
shop, and lived n Thirdl avenue,
left Wednesday with his family fIr
D)ayto(n, Ohio.
uOlr stock of Indiai made bick(.-
skin ni(occasins is coniplete.
John II. Schw\.gler :t
Mrs. S. A Titus. of iarlville, IlH.
who|has been since ;ist fedll witlil
Mlr and Mrs .1. A. D-ipre' in 0,ie ,,f
thie Itarker cv ttages c, ,,n M.agi: lia
avenue, dep.irted l"riel:ty iuieing
on her return Northl.
L,,r--l ~ack Inrestrimicnt I' :i,/
containing irist ruineiie t, t I:
tween Ilankins' drugl store ail tih,
ball park. Return to D)r. ('. C '. I'.
imannon an l receive reward. '.!" if
Rev. I. S. Mills, of 4 Penz,,il;.
Mich will occpiiyV the pulpit. at tIc
C)nVFregntional] 'liurclh on Siinit.,y
milorning, March 2S1. M1r Mills is
engaTled i inirnlortant ediualional
and evangelical work in Mihigane.
I:, I-st-Pink p ie rl with diamond :
orchidd brooch lost oill roadl between
O)rmonid and 'New Snlvrna. Liberal
reward if returned to Gazette office.



r THE WELINGTON OTEL I
Cor. Wabash Ave. & Jackson Boul.
CHICAGO


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8. P. Hodge Thomas F. Pt e, Fl -
port, N. Y; W. W. Watts, Capt Van
Vog Oeo. F. Hayan, DukeH.Gordo
and W. Leonard, DeLand; Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. lack, Cincinnati, 0.; J. lCased- i
man, H. J. Roberts, Lake Hela; C. P.
Lowell, Clyde 8. 8. Co.

The Ridgewood.
Mrs. Frank E. Bond, Mrs A. J. Wood-
all, Mrs. F. P. Ceropropdl and Mrs. Geo.
8. Stone, DeLand; Misa F. J. Vernor.,
Mrs. J. Louaine Arkenburgh, Harry N
Allen, William Holpin. New York city;
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Treadway, Bristol,
Conn.: F. W. Miltenberger, Cleveland. i,4
Ohio. "


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The Prince George. '
A. Vent, Peoria, Ill.; WmsH. Wray 4
Jr., Brooklyn; Mr. and Mr. F. M. Rip I
part and Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Billman
New York city; C. R. Bibb and J. C.
Albritton, Wairer, Ala.; N. S. Thornton, I
Sanford, Fla.; Col. Richardson and wife
Greensboro, N C.; J. H. Rafferty, Dix-
ie Flyer Route, Jacksonville.


The Despland.
.James B. Lowry, New Orleans; G. F. i
Lands, U. S. Army; F. D. Miller, Bir-
nmingham, Ala.; L. R. Bolton, Boston;
Harry M. Wing, St. Augustine; Charles
J. Waite and wife, Warwick, R. I.; S.
M. Johnaon and wife, Maurice Johnson,
Earl Johnson and Charlotte E. Price,
Altamonte Springs, Fla ; C. S. Cham-
bers, Jacksonville; T. E Cooper, Buffalo. I


The Palmetto.
J. C. Leggett, Cuba. N. Y.; Mrs. Wm.
F. Peck, St. Paul, Minn.; Mrs. Hurley
and sons, St. Paul, Minn.; L. E. Holden
and wife, J. T. Hildreth and wife, Brat-
tleboro, Vt ; J. F. McCarthy, J. G Craig t
Philadelphia, Pa.; P. J. Casey,. G. R. U
Casey, New York; R. W. Simms, A. W. I
Barrs, Jacksonville, Fla.; N. H. Wilder,
J. R. Campbell, Boston, Masa.; Miss E.
Manley, Jacksonville, Fla.; Mrs. S. J.
Sisk c, L.ake Geneva, Wis.

Origin of the Argand Lamp and the 2
Telescope.


Soine of our must ulcsful luc' e-halical
applliances owe their existence to the


lIncnuiity of child
their playthings.
vented a hlamp with
a hollow cylinder,
in his workroom.
burning lamp, his
anlusing himself by
less oil flask over
Suddenly he placed
of the lamp, which


Iren In fashioning :
Argand, who In-
i a wick fitted Into i
was one day busy .
Sitting h tftre the i
little brother was
- placing a Ibottom-
different articles.
I it upon the flame
i instantly shot up


the long circular neck of the flask
with Increasedl brillianey. Argand did
i,,t allow such a suggestive c mcur-
renee to esape himn. The ldeai of the
limp chimney almost Immediately
came int') his heHd, arid in a short
tile Illis I1rentiol was perfected.
hi' tel'sicope (,oves Its ori-.i a to) a
slimilair occurrence. The children of
a I)utch .p'poctale inaker Ihaplened to
le, pl:lyhing ,ne day with sone ,of their
f:atlier's glasses In front of the shop
de'r. 1ia( Ing~ two of the glasses to-
-ettlhr, they Ieeppd through them and
\icre x,*'~'rdlnlglv :astonished to see
th ,:atlthr(e<)k of the neleihhorlpg
steeple Ire ought withli I a short dlistnnce
(of tliir evies. 'I'hev were natulrallv
puzzleh'l :ani cHllofd their ftleer to, see
the slraunge sight. When the spec-
t,1.' makerr looked through the glasses
lIe w:is eno Iess surprised than the
ehi.r',;i lhd l Iee.I. HIe went lid(1'lrs
ni;d tlie ci-lit the miiaittr over, andd then
tliee idea .riurred to lilnri that he might
eollsirulct a curious new toy which
would give pejpele a good deal of
a:musmenmelmr. Not ,lon, after the tele-
( 'ie W:ti arI a.n<';lnplllllhed fat.*

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THE HOTEL PERKINS
l l)'tln d J.un- 1!. Ii.ml
FIFTH and W.\SHIIN(GToN ST.S.
PORTLAND, OREGON
4The Iloae ('ity)
"Modern Luxury atCModerate Rates."


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Now Open for bSmmiip.S-,
L M. WAITE, Owner adn agu'.


Greatly nlqged since lat ma s. Cuisine sAd QesIad nv ulk
Bread Pazzoa an sWid. Rooms PBll mm. odt .
Every Modemrn Ccmwmlas. Bed kor DokL

BSuer Addres: ATLANTIO HOUMl, narrm M ll erw. AR* IW


S***M*1>ARAAAAAAAAAA IAAt*** AkA*
Fronting on the
Halifax River.



Schmidt's
Formerly Schmidt'.


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Hotel
,Vill.


HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, P reprlrs,


DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


Fine Home Table
Reasonable Rates


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WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL ABOUT
THE MIDDLE OF APRIL, PROVIDING
THERE ARE ENOUGH GUESTS WISH-
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E. D. LANiWORTHY,


a PROPRIETOR.


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DAYTONA,

RE F'U INIS
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COOLEST'SPOT IN DAYTO
SAME MANAGEMENT AS
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ince George
lolroyd, Proprietors,

FLORIDA.
Now OPKM
HED AND RENOVATED
THROUGHOUT

NA, LOCATED RiHT ON RIVEI tl
THE BRISTOL," ASBURY PARK, N. J.


THE BENNETT
22I Noirth Kidgi-woot Ave'nue
'OPEN DURING APRIL.

sid,,. Mui Ric..t. n,.Ti,,.'o- A. H. & E. LANE, Proprietors. ,
,eide', MNirlhelei'd..icti 's..


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THE STILLMAN
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, D. R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
4 Facing The Halifax. Half Block from Stores and PoWtece.
* Modern Improvements. White Help. Northern Che ...
Terms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on application.
* TABLE BOARDID
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IVY LANE INN
W. W. FO.'0Z, 11 .. 'loT.P,. DAYTONA, FLORIDA
The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
Very Highest Grade,
'lca.:4ing iil d satisfying the most particular people.
*meson *@OWN ANI) tlNoOPlAR.I DAYlllTllllllONAORI)OAi



THE PALMETTO
o W-I.I KNOWN AND P)P'I.AR. DAYTONA, FI.ORIDA.
Overlooking The Beautiful Halifax River.
A\ Iillik( aidI C'omf(,rtabie llus. First-class In %All IHe plets.
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e mari r. t mpresrd u
U IiWS af iOttlWs aiiunjo
"A. IS mtyO f r of belinNg
-l-tlk arb has become u
AMA eabm sand workaAFr in
:9- %i Eb i tell us
S metiuin it frimttive man v
bW ha W prt ffaa began to a
.a Cft air that ate Wa sot lbuiting
ft iee, diowy ortb-cObut sitnetl
S "oM and pla and sefoul. wurai
n Wsart and tear. As fr thi
S--me rte w a"u ws going to nr
O- tOe (~o beily In that line
A In tb Vwma oGe rejects tow
; bf ft Oppu id oa gands atd w
die oft his ipperies one by
-am W help felingBa teiJder
-r two Thctil of ft lnine sel ag
-MML PNor, ttmid treni ler'
v gf n eral tear of the fe na!e
abIsn him. Afraid of being mar
.atet hisr will, be Is cir-umv eutei
m subtle female creature w u m
Smthak that it la h will to M
ber. A. observer remarks tb it a
.WT eotenf in running away from
ek K woman runs straight Int.-
arm- ot the wrong woman. And
- IUW wSomani that great op oltu
is always waiting there to lloc-k
Seadie n tight and switch It to'
the altar.-New Orleans TImes-I)
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Return North for Interment.
t Mr. Hilda A Wa&lh, wife of Thomas
i Walsh. died Friday morning, aged 37
years at their temporary residence in
i Dr. R. P Bennett's cottage on Orange
i i n
Saventwue, jutt west if Rideewmtd avenue.
Ste: Mr. Waih is from Oak Park, Ill. ,but
ap- I the remains were shiipped Friday aft er-
that noon to Brighton. Mich., for interni-nt.
were accompanied by Sir. Wa.l-ii and son.
*yea.
lake
,for
hlng The Lyceum Comedy Company.
nted The Lyceum Com,-ly Conipaty,' which
e or-
has been playing this week at Ihtytoni
Beach, will ltave Sunday for I.ake But-
mau ler. They have len play rig to light
ee- houses all wEkk, and Thursday niiilt
oue. when tlh-v gave\ the Slaves (f tih
pity Orient." one of their best pr.rductions.
ran. Manager Evmr good n.turedly rapplrl
A Davtona Beach avnd Seabrt-ezc for their
S'I indifference, remiarkinz that th.-v hadi
d .b played in a mall tent to hig auidienec-
aies in D)aytona., wh,'l, at I) vt', a B l.ac.
iarry the matter was reversed, a th-ey wv Wer
mmu plavioe to small auiiiernrr.- in :t lg, t nt.
the
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I the
luist. A Inniber of tIn bicycle and ino-


ward
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AM Easy Job.
lndifferewe displayed iu the face of
the unretainles and dangers of life is
chbactwistlc of the Wessex dweller"
in the "islands of the Vale." :acordilg
to Eleanor G. Hlayden, the rutbor oif
the book of the title, who suriports hbr
statesst with a story of humoro.us;
A certain cottage and its ol( mistress
g Improrvd so greatly iu cmfurt
and appeared that a visit<4 shrewd
*ly -wmIid that the on of t be hou.e.
a isy e'er do well. had tuintd ov-el
a mew ea. rHe Inquired abott It.
"Yea. aIr. my son's In work now."
mid the amUing old mother. "Takes
Cfod money. be does, too. A ll he has
to do is to go twice a day to .he circus
aod put his head in the lion'a mouth.
The ot of the time he ha to him-
self.-"
Not Infectious.
I used to he rery much afraid that
my children while playing with others
would be expooed to %onme ciontagmus
disease, and they were constantly ,on
the lookout for trouble of this kind.
ODn day little Iouise. aled four,
came rushing In from the street where
he badi been Ihlaytuyg ith a crowd of
children. In a very excitel manner
she barst ot, "Well. mother, two of
the eyers children have something.
but aiter ays s abe don't think we'll
cath it. though."
-Well what to It. darling?' I asked.
"It's the pigeon toes," she replied.-
DeUenator.


How Pike Kill Perli.
From careful otber'ation I am sat-
tefid that pike kill their piey before
swallowing them. and they 1lo this by
holding whatever fish they have se-
cured W crt tys In their powerful
jawa for asome time before bolting It.
I -bw a nk- kr.hl d t 'rch i t


Week of M ck 2 L

VAUDEVILLE.


Mansfield & Harvey


morrMw Night
In a Comedy Sketeh produda me
of the fumaien pbt of th ma m.
Doa't fail to me them.

AUTO RACES
Picture of the Winooag Car will be
shown each night at the Crystal
Theatre.
Motion Pictures Changr Every
Day.
Matiuee Saturday at 3 p. m.
Admission 10 cents, Nights 15c.
DIoora OPKt AT -7:00 P. M.


Prices will remain the same.


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BOWLING


ALLEY.


The most popular
indoor gailt'- for


LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


Art.-mrnion and e.venling.


No. 14.


BEACH rRRET.


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SEABREEZE.

Week of tbe Auto Races


JONR WV. ILLS'
Comedy Company'
WiLth a ftelle Oiat of Twenty High
Ow e Acton.
A New Play achb vennig. comamncing
with


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New Pictures



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'In Gay Atlantic City" KI R l TH UfIIMU


MONDAY EVENING.
Other plays will e presented In the fol-
lowing oder" -Two fM Cronie," rTbe
Merry Widowerr." "The (irt From
Brigfhtn." "I weet lxtetn,." -rhc t'hor-
nus Grl."
The entire seriter of plays are of the
laugbter-provoking typenrwn the com-
rany presentlng them comes with tl.h
big beat rwcomnwDiatlon of the metro-
polltan pre sof the country; twy hnv,.
played to crowded bhoeuw ev-.rywher,
and wll no doubt drawn good auttend-
anee at TbheWilmans.
Popular prices wtL prevail during tl.h
week. Remrvedm eatlt 7 c 9nt, for s ;tl
at Hankina; parquette Sk-., hImlony V.%..
children me.
The steomer (herokl e leaves the ferry
at T7. each evening for Ieabreeze at IS.
the round trip. Bus servitc at 5 c -uts
bhe round trip. For specInl conv-eyane-
call up Phone 4W) Iiaytona.
townon
on the
MWU M uES "Afllfax
Crltof t h Grape Fruit and
Ca ,cer Tangerines.......
...-n rad bright-no sale or rut.
NX TRMDE
liriTCl Will attend to shLppii .
UUwIhhh LU Prles Rt -non>llt..
EOAOQE H. MUNROE
00OW MI AND SHIPPER
t6- S. RU10d WOOD AVE.-oafytm, Fla.


TIE MIIAULOUSB FO S

FOLLOW YOUR LEADER.


Miss Lattic KOr. uSL
Mtttitivs W"tlIttLe-o. and )iatUrdal.,


ADMISSION 10 CENTS.


floor' topenl at 7:14) P. Mi.


Billiards and Pool.

CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Largest Stck. Greatest N Mrer riN
Cigars to please anyone
P. LADAS, .


Fruits, Candies, etc.


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I L0AL ITEMS.I


J. E. 1 sh was in the city from
IlLurs lay until Fiiday, called here
gain bv the criteal illness of his
father 'aev. E. W. Rush of Port
.hange. '
.1. Lane aAd daughter, Mrs. C. 4


KODAK--


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Mrs. S';aiie Clark of New Smyrna,
is ; at the lDayto,na Private Hospital
for treatint-it.
fti'e -(t*aiier Constitution will
lea;ic Tl ,.silay in.;rning on her last
trial, (f tthe season for Palu Beach. 2t
.Sheriff E. I.. Smith left this morn-
,1'f f,,r Del.amd, but expects to be
ia. k iII Il).vt4na a gain in a few days.
Fred Stones went to Titusville
this morning. %here his wife and
.nlv.. nr. v;i;;itinrr u;th hiL. r- Iranta


tonvcle mnen lIt on the early mIrn- Vroome. returned to Daytona Wed- fie will return tomorrow.
ing train for :nlanta, (;a.. being fol- nesa from Miami where they have LETUS SHOW Y1 l()W oorr
loFedon th e a.. tran l -pent' the winter and will remain TO OtuTArN THIE HST Fonnd on Peninsnla bridge, a
.Fredph Fow'em, Fodwapard ot anthe here f.r a time before going north. RESULTS F!)I M. YI'i .nan's n Bicycle, ir good order. Owner
Fred Hill, who will take part in the V{\T\\V ^ i cha^-^,
coming races in Atlanta. .Mr. P[oot =For Sale -5$600 will buy a KODAK. ; muYt prove propertyand pay charges.
u y fPeninsla Toll-gate. d-2t
was rcc.cmp-niee by his wife. Sev- Rambler Five-seat Touring Car.; EASTMAN FILMS.e.
eral (f the party did some good] See it at Oliver's Garage. tf
work in the races here. breaking EVERYTHING FOR THE O- I Walter Desmkes of New Smyrna.
some of 1' e established records. r DAKER ALWAYS IN STisiorK. has returned to the Daytona Hospi-
l;arc regular winter visitors to, i T tal and Sanitarium,. also Mrs. Low-
'Al TM-B1,.LF. .-Four E4' *i hvte Ieen g)see of the P havbe g st errv of fl)avtona Beach was received'
cylinder Stevens-Durvea, hour ,ir y Iane Inn this season, left this r yesterday for treatment.
trip, call Morgan House, phone ll. ri for thclr hme at IFort Ms 11 of l
'ain. N. Y. Mr. and rs. Diefe-, Mrs kman of ollin rie
,i' M ,.rf h;ofve many warm friends in this j StareH i remturnel to Nefo Smnvrna tre
M.la ",pent the l inter :t The Ben- S .e dayo after visiting here d..ring the' t
nett. as usual, departed Friday f-,r St. .\ Aartv ca(,clpose, d tf M essrs. A. races with Mr. antl Mrs. A. E..Mason. '
tine where they will remn 1t1.-on. IKingle and John-...*.*.....**.*... Mrs. Hickman is spending the sea-i
for telln das or two weeks bef re ; rttrried TThursdIay from a two 1 n in 'New Smyrna. but was delight-
0rtinning northward to their hje i. thre (d.ivs s. i-ccessful hunting and The old fentl.maTi. M1. ". t. ed ith Daytona and will probably
At Patterson. New York. 'his '-li; trip t,lwn" the river aboard who wans stri ken d,-Twn last *'ck at cme here next winter.
\Mr and Mrs. Cornwall's sixth win-: ti, "e\\',s-two.'" They made a The White l.,use and was in a criti-
ter in Ira\tona, and thev have nn- ,..- 4.i at(h of I,ass and other fish c .al condition f,,r several days, is now Modern home on Halifax aven-!
,nrrom f,iena's hre wh1'i lok for- nr1il roiight b.t.k a numberof ducks, improving at tile Daytona .'ianita- ue, Silver Beach, at a rare har-
ard ith pleasure tr tir r tle itribut among rium, and will pr! ably soi ,e ot gain if sold this month. Bing-
return in he fall. ,Trin,-. again, ham & Thompson.


SPECIALTIES OF THE CONRAD


AROU'SOUR DAILY MARKET QlIOTATIONS:
AM O U 'S Armour Star HIam..... .............. .
]A z R V VPini '. .. ."............ll'
Naked Hamrn .......... .. .......... Ic.
Strip Bacon ............ ... 1%, 2.5, ai2 ,ac. .
Armour's Simrn n P'r,- L.ard, in paiis.
3 Ibe .5., 5 II, 5c., 10 ls $1. ;0
Star H am s and B acon Armour Slccd t:,r il: rI, in 'e;,.... 30e.
GrarH ulttlfe Sugnir... ......... 104) i1, .5.75
1Elgin Buttor, r bets :i^ t .. ........... 40. .
,- .* June StoraiL f BIu't,' i7 triit;......... 33C.


Scontaimaug 3 ila furnibd w ooa
baoth-, mng ded by 3 acres of ff0
Stogether with A
facing the Halifax, is for male on tnrm to M.IL
MACON TUIOORNI

REAL EbATATE ,.
b~~rmnc ~arE dinlea.


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CONRAD IEAL ESTATE


INSI'RE AGAINST

Burglary, Theft or Dishonest. lSmiYt
While your house is vacant or owle *
F. N. CONRAD, agent for the MARYLAND CASUALTY COMUPAXT.
A house protected by one of these Dolicivs is siafe. as the Cump J yw e P
for what is stolen and then get even by cartcling the thid.
Premiums Low. Reliable C -_pa-. o
CONRAD KLOCI. DAYTONA. FLO-A.



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Rough and Dressed Cypress Lumbar,
Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick. Liri anl Ce0meat in emo.
Office and Yanrdt: Eat If ( omt l : ilit? :siil riranfl Av e.
Phone 83 R. J. MAL8V, JM .


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