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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 30, 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: VID00358
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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it Stood Monday Eening
Sfay P hrPs P hANO CONTET air w or
So the Srang to drive his car eater than fifty
m-es an bow, but the u( velty of a race
age ageeen between phe two two atieth century
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will bei to scattem and before the mun-
Sas O he majority wil have left the
9W^* 'rend A Roam a fi
IFita eald will remaD a whUe m-
Dl Oorm.. n h the summmerade LN ryl ,
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ritandentOMineh and wife and
Ni Oa l willN ky b mesa aS ws m-
Stip to New York.
M e. A. Bernard will U sain at er
Seea-a.. hose ti nearly fal when she
wi go to the Carolina mouata la
C. Haris says he '-has the habt
and ay s '-where he can hear the
oessa eall summer.
nd Ma. Damae expect to spend
their tm in Virginia, Maryland and

SF. LLP U goes. at once to daines-
viles fo a visit with his mother; beyond
this s plans ar. not matured.
Alfred Z Wesey, the dignified ad
ma, will likely stay near the coast a
the e air agrees with his health.
Geo. Aanius King, the fusay ma of
the fore, says he wil start in the chick-
en bjinme and proposes to sit om a
setting of agg, and ish for three weeks,
brftc his cIekUUa b- a-0ilBiLa8 4tage
and tha4 out.
L. L W1g.J= t h4dgame young
S-i return to Wuscact, itr-
w them are various attractions.
Raysmod Green, the -office "Devil,"
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A fashie note describes the modern
stylish wosaa something like this:
"Be wait begins jat below her neck;
br hips ae pandoff ee with the
ret of her body. She is buttoned up
the hat Iak ( erh *a hs .airA dtimL k


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Sirtout like a Fair Haven Sharpe
L wlig sad wing before the whld
AJ Imaclate whYe neck-tie ltten
r his shirt from Hkea fla of Wen
while a double-beasted vest, stdded
with ten-thousand dimil~tlve abam-
rock figures deep green, is framed A
Sby a checked suit soloud you ca ehem
t coming from the Prince Geogs to
Swpth brkid, way above the popping of
the Red Dil as the D. tours the
corner oy W. C. SwiS's letter dispea-
sary.
His trousers are cut bow-legged o the
outside and rolled up at the bottom so
as to exhibit his Oaaberpot meka;
twisted-toed sonel shoes No. 9 with a
whole coi of haberhasbery in shoe-
strings fit him out at the (round end
while a number six hat is too big for
the other end.
A delicately perfumed linen handker-
chief with Algy's initial is set to music
in au upper-story coat pocket, and all
this is free, too; you don't have to pay
a red penny to ogle the pair a they
move jauntily by.


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leg language too vigorous for the Daily 0, girls, why will you rig yourselves
News eiumMa) and around her neck out so ridiculously? And, why, O, why
she wea a section of barbed wire cov- pair off with such hair-trained nincom-
aered th lace and sueh lke ioc-racka. poops as Algermon?
"On her head she wears, if complexion Madam, that laryngitis you have is
demands it, a blond haystack of hair, a caused from the choker collars you've
Mary Gard. n coiffuru, with whole litters been wearing. It's good they're on the
of rodents snugly nestled within, and wae Those stiff. high. unyielding
surmooting all this a superstructure collars have injured your throat and
and dome with rings which' make the added to your nervousness. It isn't the
inhabitants of Saturm greo with jeal- throat specialist and the osteopath you
ousy Do not mistake it for Carl Bates' need; it's common-sense collars, fresa
dirigible aeroplane for it i an Anna air, sunshine, out door recreation.
sailor. No, my lady, it isn't the state of the
'' is swathed in a gown like a atmosphere or inherited weakness of the
oose and on the ends of her aikle that is torturing your feet.
feet arudab of patent leather. She French heels, standing you on your toes,
walks u stilt-like heels with the expert- have sprouted corns and started bunions


It eW &ariht Id nd- rosy-cheeked- li t-
, ruse point bank to b inter ness o tight rope dancer. She throws i rd your feet are threatened with fallen
l ref t b k to be forw her thoreic anatomy in walk- a:iches, a foot uglier than that of a
viewed ad no one is able to get a line in order to maintain her aquil- .;nkey. You don't need a chiropodist;
on his contemplated movements. r.m bulges correspondingly poster- a1 you want is to get back to nature's
Fairfax Ludlow is now in Georgi iorly." potter.
announced in Saturday's pape.. It is quite the correct caper in top- You're no "spring chicken," but it
DeWolf shook e thg i.on from his notch swelldom to wear an enormous isn't age that is making your hair fall
aboes efWWand is hunting a cooler ring on the little finger of either hand. out. It is "ratting," "puffing," "mar-
Sdime. This ring usually carries a stone. prefer- c, li g," etc.
Were you aware that the Daily News ably a jade or lapis lazuli about the The weight and warmth in this mild
Carried a force like this? sise of an Ohio valley buckeye. This climate of this enormous artificial head-
fad will encourage an ahnor al growth g ar h s a fatal effect on the scalp, and
of the little finger but what's the differ- if the fashion holds much longer there
ence so long as it's the style? It my wont be enough of the natural article
become popular if they become painful lft to hitch the haystack of artificial
A IEETIING to wear on the aigers for girls to use giods on to.
sandals and toeleas hosiery aud truanfer The goddess of fashion is cruel and
teAT A U Dpis lazuli and jae ornaments remorseless, and her faithful devotees
AeI aII HIaI to the toes. No telling. are staggering about in torturing foot
SAT A comparing this "dream" down. g-,ar, strangulation collars, straight
Accompanying this "dream' uwn .
t I Beach street may be observed Algernon. acing that invites tumors, with top
.. ... pieces which look like walking flower
Every loyal, wide-awake citizen of "Algy" himself isn't to tx snicker ed at gapies or an lproaching ostrich farm.
Daytona. who is solicitous for the fu- for his make-up. e is diked out in all But wit ll these freaks and fancies
tire growth and prosperity of this city the colors of a chorus girl at a spring she is, an always will be, "woman.
asould come out to the Armory, Satur- opening. A gay white college hat siLs lovely woman." She will always be
day night at eight o'clock, and talk with jauntily back over the crown of hi c loved and courted, high heel or no hee,
i, n-n in i ta coanut and his freshly sham oed u loved and courted, high heel or no eel,
y ir fellows along lines looking toward coant, and his freshly shampooed curl big sleeve or no sleeve big hat or bare-
the future entertainment and upbuild- are parted in the middle like an Fngli.- head, strangulation collar or decollete.
,.l of rhtfnl .,tona *' man s name. He wears a broad, swcluc- ,,
jIg of Delightfuli DaytWna." m s nme. enevcr the "dream" sweeps grace
., tire smile.
"Delightful Daytona" "sounds good, e fully down street "Algy" will be there
A. ... .......... I i on He wears a og-eared collar which ,.l n.. il., littl nrtL.:n .. ..h


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Roo-relt's uAm Ca" 'L ts is t
spislBg o the touearfst erop:
"It is um tby the best oeop w*u have m
in tbe soUtherm pat of te Ste ad e-i .*
wi Florida may be wel oGranaid t- fnow io~w Sa.
gather he r amal crop, I a
thes is no better aor t y eo6asoya
m e at 1116 0 e
b^ae la the world to sepLar** the tour- -.f:k-^^ fB
beeshaw 1 Mr ~1s .
nUsornte. It a i rather tyIctpbe form vw.tbis-s
Cauforan to betken for a-
tourist,sad bthsitb hotel b ad
everything se. 4iMd sw o that it is a ,to yds t
cotamm a pum|t to convinC ueh the rohprSlh -I I hB '
prieto ae al he belors In this con try thel

a smbr of the "Brotood of ra- as as"*
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EK M. BTiaii, who recently dsinelsl Ai s lt s Wit man m I
reskdeoe property, on Fairview avenue, Ugbter role.
will leave for abe North, accompanied o e m intt(bol t0
by rs. Holman, in about a week. Mr 2
Bolman will go to Worcester, iM.urbs
their former home, and Mr. Holman to the Ric bom a^ .surse. es

embark in the jewelry buness, in Well, it is a ha tegh e
which he has had over twenty years ex- more pianos are modme teLd I*1
,rnia AI A.t t aen 1n .f. instruments to go 'rouad.
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pur-C .rmw omw W aso go
North about April lst to attend the
Phtij lphia College. Mr. Holman will
stilcall Daytona his home and make a
practice of spending his winters here.
He intends to build a fine, modern
house boat and spend much of his time
here in cruising, but will keep up apart-
,nents somewhere in the city to which
he can return at any time. Mr.' Holman
came here broken down in health from
overwork, but the balmy climate
coupled with an active outdoor life has~
put him on his feet, and he now feels
equal to taking up business again.


Pay your l bils ator ar d 0
the coupons; agail, the Go l
will give 00 with eaeb I
subeription. Bear ia n d a41d
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Globe. 95 tf
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Welch, who
have been visiting with Mrs.
Welch's cousin, W. W. and the
blies AbeArombie, at the Wayaide
Inn on Myrtle avenue for the
ten daya, left this morning for their
home at Charleston, C.


E. L. STEWART
Plysllan and
Surgeon.
]espclal attention to Disenswa of yvc, lur, :m
Tbroat and Nose.
P-ertb Dew We"t Posofflce
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ROY HOWE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OML i and Resilence: 1283 o. Ridge'-
wocd Avenue, opp. Ritlgewood Hotel
Oelle Hour: 9 to I a. m1.; 2 to 4 andl
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II Desirble building lots at Silver F'ABREEZE SANITARIUM,
Beach, esr Automobile Club House, I .........R "
f or eula at atttivepi p"Ael A Py i OCEAN BOULEVARO,
itor SHOES. to T. E. itzgerad. tf;,,
Roon. Large, Bunny ana Attructiv-. A
The J. N. Davis reidloe prop- orpsof CompetentNur.*s ii, att.,dne.
Serty on South Ridgewood avenue c' c. BoANNON, M. D.. Daytona, Fla.
Sl K --was mold last week to Victor Bloom- .PHON No. 74.
O B L. ,. U L |field, of Winchestr, Ky. Mr. d00*0060 0 --- ---
LBloomfield ontemphtt: removing
DAYTONA, FLA. the Davis cottage and replacing it C. C. BOHANNON,
with a more commodiou0, modern: 5 ,/A/a ud= Sur.gyn.
-residence, om-e over the Atwood Phari:uax'y,
Beach Street,.
DAYTONA. FLORIDA. -


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AND FURNISHED COTTAGES. at Daytona DR. F. H. HOUGHTON
Bl rK^S^lE, Beach fl l--k DENTIST
Everything Modern, 0
PUoN 2 YNWent End South Blridge. *
S-- _. ..Homnlike and Comfortable. DAYTONA BEACHI,March 3--Mre
1 .* ,-1 n XB March M --Mr. and Page and daughter, who _stopped with .
S -. r. UWdAMerttaineda t ictly On Atlantic Bhch. Mr and Mrs. W. B. Reed on the river H. EUGENE JOHNSON,
i 1 utlldl frin Fridsy fernooi. Surf BathingF and Fishing. front for a few days during the races, Bicycle Livery.
I.o& @df l.lnlktBl friends. Mr. I2.50 PER DAY AND T'P I left Saturday for their home, at St. a a yul aVryo
'.%b a 9 l. a Mm.i Err$r. 250Joseph, MoPRDYA. Carries a full line 0
w i Pa .Mr..Bnd.Mr. and rs. arreg t. .Joseph, Bicycle Supplies and Repairs.
Z-- A. lkll. Mr. and Mis. Farrell. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ainsworth.will Prices Right. All work guarmintt.d.
MLijs.Regs: and th"ir gut.s., HORACE STEWART close'their wnter bome on the Halifax, CorO and See.
gpr l Aeld, AMas. 1 Friday, and leave for Illinois. WEST END OF CENTRAL BRI IK(;
/o V 1ial h left Saturday morning DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA.
oMin. Falco, came up from Melbourne .000000--*0
a o hs hote, da there later part of last week for a fewKER
IL It, ..kblS gone about ten davs. is CRES dLon the1l beach, and was a guest atEDIT B.SHOEMA
T o the blue graam region i6,a UR F CREST DENTIST
l F ..... t 'I A_ ... P irt e h ur s t A l ,'I 1
liFa. wliaiv.-l th friends, guest a House L bet-n tnorougbly renovatl; Is ] ODce HoNIurs: I
U I Mta 6 ^11o board'w heol.fo, rutbll k., comforthlet t and and Mrlu Chyleso L. 8aandd 9:0rs to Cl e.s :L.) .
r b hnu... .. for surf bathing and fishing. "o f 'r e 0 .Spers p n sJO to e:ay) p. i,,.3
CL TfOsr mad wife, of irnphis. w ho Rat es tIi.ic to pTI eAr h:-. son, of Varoell, ia., spent several days U 6 THIRD AVENUE. Telephone 38
Address. R. 'iC. t Th.e Pineh. urst, en"route home.
01111,w tp-i m" satos of the winter oied O .eun .aTeirt lll, s l.ch. Ifhr-m.e
4 _fs t .Sdyfo r -ur\ "-i hoe. i r -, .William Ronald, who came over from d*v r****
S..s. ...i, Seabreeoe ,s the most de- l& ?Irmcoss ssena Ro llinCollins to enjoy the ces, left OSTEOPATHY
11 oIfu" winter rolrts. cbnuia. Mur -i e -- Monday on the return trip. DR. d1. C. HERMAN
l n aw stone and t arte stru.tur e; Thomas Oyama has let the contract Oetopathy at Klrkmvilll, M.oirli
mSg''brMat a avgtwir, hJTKy. ;roou all modern oOavtnitiu%; l; i :r a two-stofy business block on the Located on Volusul .Avtnue. 2 ,( B. Carrier. C. F. ..rs m ndthih ao11 d dry.; ear ocmn; Irgki- groundI-. ground recently punrased of Dr. Vn- i wt of Bech Mt.,opposlU- Tli. *4 i. mier. C a m. Burman and =bue table ; rates per "v 0u and up; pe-, 0 'Phone 40 Ldy attendaniit
Ual rates for srason. Ad1rcss Valza on Seabreeze avenue. adjoning
4 Htet"ah eat *AeLand. making (he j his concrete building. Seabreese avenue, ||J^|^ |JI, _
day aid.imain theis bound to be a good business street in
Stm&. it t wua thn oear future. It aledy affords two DR. A. O'NEILL
g1 good groceries, a book'and gentleman's Osteoath
tb t train. It is a mistake DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. clothing store, millinery establishmenNt N1
U ^O~ti of our toauri-t frieods Roomus brigbt. siry, aud oompletely fur. sad bakery. a Resldence 220 Volusia, Avenue.
Sinmim S a cae i- o- -tr 1* Peelo n a errdddti, rAdtrn aoPrtu ritomfstl, clfn and bky Oce oier Andcrsons'Ca ndy tnrc.
inkIiM y mt ofW oneo of our preuto-up tW Latdfar Beaftbree' Avenued The students of Seabreeze-Daytona s
po A.fnl &. H- wcs troaSnt P Rat Beach public school are working Zealous
a^i..ha...... a uowtstrding. J- for second place in the Bush & Safford i---- -
C-c yout a dgaue. Mis 7, "E Piano Contest, and the various reports '
5L ~L AttW lteft Sunday at- jo~ p. ?e jM 2 1are watched with eager interest. OOD MEAT
tL AuguUneen route hon*I.s' I s always found at Y
was in bad health5 There was a full attendance at the M.:
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Two l)oors Mouth of the PwtoaS
H. S. MILLER, Propr1eto.
You will save $"M by buying hie

The perfection
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P i:it 'h Str,,t. Agent.
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LIVERY TRANSFER STAIIES
HACKS MEET ALL TtAIWS.
THe FINEST TURNOUTS IN DAYTOlA
Ulacclsmith and CSo.iela
Shop in Co-,ectian.
GEO. A. FOYK, Pro'rietor
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Per a a f at ult. and that flb hawk a tU..g-
Vavt gig upward with his Soundinadi load
DJ1 Lge d he mathebd from th water.
Sd -r- See the beautiful nchm.. spick ad
i r ?eS qPu their hiampers ad lockers bWulglg
*~i B^^elB w vith -ftrdiwfamb both miod an i liquid
M um> j efltt-11 rmdy for 6 rwme upon her beautdfu
ur face Takeout your field gla and
wMppbe river from Ormonad bridge to
f^ f PowC Prk Ulight bouse, thea may
whithr *th Halifax in't a thing of
SAbeaurty mmd a joy forever, and one of
alslrtao" aorrfltt MA -row: the modcr wouldemn
U. bmat at M nobl 6T6 _ubu Icr u gWesi_.


Ridgewood avenue is upon the crest of
a broad ridge, straight as the row flies,
ZSL^^^^^^ 4 d 16^^ l^-*^ and the wide-spreading branches of the
l--h beavy-trunked live-oaks extend their
Giant arms across this magnificent vista,
aw-- A I Io-_l--_ forming an arch, and from these extend-
S S r1 A^ ya'ti* for 3W0 Gueset ed anM gret festoons of Spanih mos
m. fr ni- Mway as the trade winds from tropic seas
fan them. Looking straight ahead down
L fte"O" I Mathis white shell street one h- as the im-
- prnmon of a fairy path with elfiPh dra-
peries, but as you move along and cast
a1- --t t g- *l at rt tuoebad &aeye first to the right and then to the
f N g UM l th A ul MM st 0 asd left you see di-inuiJshed cottage homes
a"- t~J1M -- the c hance in the most delightful settings.
Sedof a#ene ur s BeCtym t Our Cottage homes.

PA H OS wak I --I t ge t tevrwt: No one of Daytona's attractions, per-
a W M.L paU Oc tM ttk,' ixplse, SA my hap commands more nearly universal
b im *TM thtef eo eas mpplled atteatioo and praise than does the artis-
kt P a pai Of ehP wodi dos 1 tic cottage. The owners of thee charm-
M-Y TM MK& Vthe k b t&Itw9Mancd the *ow ing villa hail from every corner of the
ol ta*i ocnd re /twar 6oM away
Wt" teA d SOOeve OW the dlf- country and they bring their own archi-
^. T b at mast not il u It too tectural plans and build upon them,and
L r^i .!. int to profit from the knowledge." as the architecture of one section of the
i"Ae Japalmae thlevs so very cle- 'country differs from the architecture of
( (* wr, tbeafm" I asked. another so do our homes differ in out-


-. *at cbs.
tgalm that

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S andhe el-
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be mud: our

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- I have board
a at it the
law*h banstOen


amwl- I edis
O WNred "Sup-
who has a
Pik ad bcqwuerd
4.ud that m
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he'.i ti h'k"sl oW er thiesau
ia h~nil~g them ueelhY t 1Wo
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ed on Osloori~plri

roducaO st. tock W P P
wo wUIU 4 M iMeatfd
aud Uinsmetet4 VIws

At Just cOeWhalf the

original selling*

jarice.
This is a:p d chance to
obtutle the PRttlest F i..'0-
sroie i- the city of Day-
turns sad the surrounding
country.


Il ESESC IMAC PIlAC,
NEXT DOOlt TO
Prince Oeorge iotel. |
DAYTONA. FORIDA.
Nl~iliil~mH 0


Photographer Gardiner succeeded
in getting some very striking pic-
tures of the big automobile parade
as they were lined up in front of
the Daily News office last week.
ScLOsT--Valuable diamond stud.
Reward of $50 will be given finder
by returning to Dr. Schneider, ('12
North Ridgewood. tf
Local No. '0, Brick players and
Masons International Inion, are
preparing to move the office building


"Oh. very" be returned. "Sonme ward appearance and structural beauty from the 0(). Robinson property
time ago I heard of oe of them who i from one another. There are no monoto- on North Beach street to their lot
sed to carry a b fandult of atCh I nous rows of strikingly similar buildings on the opposite side of the street
watcL that t e mht com by di but the eye, as it sweeps8 by, is treated and will enlarge the building either
bhoestly. Once he lifted a watch In | to a kaleidoscopic change which keeps at this time or a little later in the
train, and the owner, missing It. but I the mind wondering "What next?" year.
ot knowing who the thief was, et S rs avement the Most td Bst.
up a shout and had a policeman mm- R t Mot t. Fresh iceli tires; all first.
moned. The police, to satify the vie- j Why the Architect of the Universe no seconds. For sale at the Atlantic
tim. Insisted that every one In thie chose to give to Daytona the most ad- Motor Car Co. and Central Garage
train abow his watch. Whle tbh turn mirable, the mobt picturesque natural tf
of the thief came he lrew out of thi setting of all the cities of the South is
pocket the stolen timepteconn a Its not revealed but that such is a fact' iMrs. E S. eck, of Antio. \W i
Saccortnlt of the changed ring. missed must be apparent to the most superficial who has spent the winter at 'lit
aa easy chance to regain his property. observe With such lavish wealth of Glenn, on North Beach street. td
"It as the same fellow, I believe," i natural beauty it became an easy thing parted Monday for PIanaina, going
he continued, "who managed by the for the hand of man to give the little by way cf New Orleans Mrs l'euk
expenditure of a little money to have finishing touches which have brought goes to Panama to he with her ysn.
himself enrolled under different names out the colors and outlines of the big Itev. Arthur Peck. an Lpiscopal
In the rurilous lists of different towns, picture clergyman, who has rccntly Itll
W'bheun arrested he gave one of tbhse transferred to that plae Sli a-
various names to the authorities. The Man did all this in the laying out of transferred to that play S he waf
police, on looking up the record of the 'the streets with their wide margins of those about halniable ainy g ho tt
name given. were unable to aday parkage, the entire city becomes a her agreeable manners antd w~ill I.
black marks against it. TbUs be 1- ireat park greatly mislei at The (;i lt.
ways managed to scape with a igbht And a for pavements, pavements greatly nissvd at The ( kcmn.
punishment for h first offeQtl, tom- It look and act like granite,-where CTRI NI,--I) per cent. off at t'1'he
mnittcd I don't know bow many tim084. tle between the eastern and western Glob. ),.( tf
"But I don't know that any of tewe the e lob.
fellows were as clever as another thief seas are so many miles in proportion to
I heard about. You know many of the inhabitants? Till some unheard-of
Japernes sleep on a sort of bed made place reports more and better, Daytona T-U--LLIli-T U
up on the floor, called a feuton. Well, throws down the gauntlet to the world. THE WEIINTON HOTEL
an old Japane;e miser kept his money
in the house. concealed in a small Squirrels. Flowers. Birdsand Frults. Cor. Wabash Ave. & Jackson Bout.
chest of drawers. In the daytime he Whatever one's shortcomings and CHICAGO
never took his eyes o bhis treasure, however indifferent or eve callous one .'%S, .
and at night he had his feuton pushed may be to many things, the mere men- i
tightly against Itm o no robber col tion of 'squirrels and flowers, birds and '
tmt at his money without awakeniing W .. -..I #1,_:h. .,, l .o--nA A :-.+


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Ift-A-A L Bon*. ;MdspUi YLsA. l
Pki~ilkhom, UL Voro, Va.; J. Y. ;
Sionelft wife, m 0C. EIH. aU,F.
IL Spew and wfeOrmond; 0 W. ~
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Oardwb, DeLand; J. M. Black, Chhago; a
7nrW N, ilia, Um. Fmrak N. Ism, '
New Londina, Cons; Dr. 1. C. Turner, a ns Bomwe
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New guests at The Desplad yfeter.
day.*weirC W. Wilrd and wife, Mrs.
IL. Pwret, Sam Seottea, Chicago;
Cluh. Tremaln and wife, New York;
.Mr. Porter Tremain, FayetteTille, New
York; M. Brittan, wife and son. Or-
lando; R. W. Reynolds and wife, Fai
River, Mans.; D. Auld, jr, McClella
Hurd and wife, Mrs. L. L. Raddel, H. I
i. X anoLeeter, Cleveland; Mrn. E C.
Stearnu, Cincinnati; Mr. and Mrs. Truby
Williams, Miss Parker, London.


THE


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WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL ABOUT
THE MIDDLE OF APRIL, PROVIDING
THERE ARE ENOUGH GUEIT8 IWSH-
ING TO REMAIN TO WARRANT IT...


E. D. LANGWORTHY,


ORIENTAL RUGS.
Made to Resemblo the Antiques by
Chemlioa Washing&.
The United States buys annually
many thousand dollars' worth of what'
are knoWn to the profeuson as wash-
ed rugs. Brightly colored oriental rugs i
sometimes an washed with a solution.
of chloride of lime, a treatment which '
partly bleaches the colors and Imparts '
a soft appearance to the rug. I
This chemical treatment is a process
of washing which produces the effect
of age and a peculiar sheen to the sur- '
face, which is pointed out by the uan
s-rupulous dealer as a proof of supe-
rior quality. The fact is that the l-oc-
ess of washing as described invariably
weakens and in some instances de -
stroys the materials of the rug.
The progressive effect of the chemi
Icals on the materials in the rug l i(
this: The chlorine gas contained in the .
chloride of lime attracts oxygen and
mo4sture from the air, by which muri-
atlc acid is formed. This eats away,
the vitals of the rug. Sooner or later
the wool and cotton In the rug become
brittle and thus weaken the warp and
deteriorate the wool.
When this deterioration is complete
the pile of the rug may be swept away
,by the ordinary process of sweeping.
and the warp, which is the foundation
of the rug. becomes so weak that hotes
appearr here and there, and soon the 4
riv is worthless.
It nt seldom happens that a Persian
rug is too staring In some bright hue.
i''rlhaps red, and Is not salable. The
unscrupulous dealer will subject the
rug to a series of washings in chem-
i'ally prepared water. In this way he 4
turns out a rug possessing a soft an-
tique sheen that is truly captivating
aind finds a ready purchaser at an ad .
vanced pri

Intuition.
"What became of that rich uncle of
yours ?"
"I think he's dead, but I don't
know."
"Gee! How did he lose all his
inmoney ?"-Cleveland Leader.

The Example.
Professor (lecturing on hyglene)-To-
bacco, gentlemen, makes men ugly,
short winded, idiotic, paralytic, and I
can tell you this from experience, for
I have smoked for many yearal

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THROUGHOUT

COOLEST ISPT IN DAYTONA, LOCATER! UIiT IN MVB FM
SAME MANAGEMENT AS THE BRISTOL," A8BURY PARK. N.J.



THE BENNETT
V, North Ridgewood Avenue
OPEN DURING APRIL.
Summeurr Isort.AThe.&t A E. LANE Proprietor
bide. Murbiehetad. Ma". LAN, rpeo
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THE STILLMAN
DAYTONA, FLORIDA, D. R. STILLMAN, Proprietor.
Facing The tiallfax. half Block from Stores en Pdletic..
Modern Improvements. White Help. Nortbher Ce. .
Terms $2.00 and upward. Weekly Rates on applicatl.m
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The Table, Rooms and all Appointments are of the
I Very Highest Grade, t
I Plea-.ing anid satisfying the most particular people.
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THE PALMETTO
WELL KNOWN ANI) POPLAR. DAYTONA. FLORIDA.
Overlooking The fkautiful Halifax River.
0 A Iloiiiclike anid ('coinfirtalie llrtis'. First class In All lfh'sl ts.
SC. (). CHAMIBLEILIN, Proprietor 0




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PORTLAND, OREGON
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Picture of the Wlilag r will be
shown each alght at the Crytal
Tteate.


Motion Picteuu Chaqp Every
Day.


SI Matinee saturday at 3 p. m.
| It e sk tes men run is rl iin
tI s 4day' wrk. To them a job In a Admission 10 "ts. Nights 1 c.
segaye *a saee shore ks regarded: a'. t On 0PU
*m -os monotoous task than repaint- .
ea row of buoys on land.-New York Pr wim W reni th aae.

NiS. NM U BOWLING ALLEY.
Th. most Dopulr
Indoor -ame -or

i SIANGHAIED. UDIES AO GEU.ME.
V w ItM t Arternoon and evenig.
1 Tht bi bip Constitution started thi 14. ACAO nf ,
morning on her last trip of the eason
S^for Palm Beach. W'n. B. McCoy,.
of an h father of the jolly McCoy Brothers.
owners of the Constitution, was invited 4
mar._ PIaUtI .. to make the last run. His wife had de- I l l
740 Abr/t MU~"S < ed to go and was aboard. Mr. M- c-
t Ute a coy wasinveigled abard and indnced .LA
1 wlek oar n a to go into a state room to look at W. F
McCoy's new pattern Winchester, of p *
oW i In the boats long range. While interested in ihe Marvin Goodman, a hustlin bu-
S3Nerw York har- gun the door was slammed shut and iess man of 'Titusville, spent yes-
s !^ather ws- looked, anchor weighed and the boat terday afternoon in this city.
- M osIt OW' -mLY off, W B. McCoy shanghaied.
.10y ati am Ut Down about the Lagoon they will *Respectable and reliable north-
On Ls ape s a e unPolock the state room and give the old ern couple wish house to look after
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Mik WL Iallttend to slpplng.
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Matinees Wen.l avs, nd BllwfdIaIIan
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ADMISSION 10 CENTS.


Doors open at 7 00 p. m.


Billiards and PooL

CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Largest Stock, Gretest Nmber mmls
Ciga.s to please uayo:.
P. LADAS, uswrr.


Fruits, Cande, etc.


There will be a meeting of tbe
Automobile club Thursday evening
at eight o'clock at the club hoaue,
at which important business will be
discussed.
Laurence Thlioapson recently sold
his house on lHalifax avenue, Day-
tona Beach, which D. McLaren and
family have been occupying, to Mrs
Julia E. Longstreth, of Columbus,
Ohio, who is Mrs. McLaren's mother.


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g rto- i-ntlueman uthe laugh and i is hopejw I e urmng the summer in exzcage ori ,Mrs. erkins who accompanied
Bal an t.i will take the joke gobd naturedly and rooms. Write Robson, News. dit Velox. Mrs. D. A. Blodgett to this city from
not behave in a manner tweesitating Mr. and Mrs lger who Gr apid, Mich. eprted this A

b a r e or wi.ir a v::. cottage. left Monday on their return tir atr-lu INS R
S b paintP The wy i~. Ys in. th o. C;: ii north Their niece, Mis Minmie lph be hd-
w ak me >rk to th ist became the owner (.f ;u:r.:in Smnalley, who has been with them, EASTMAN FILMS. hlg the .cik nville Timesnion BUrglary, Theft 01
C the bottom. violin daedl 1742 was thus ;u:irn;.i \I il leave Iri day for Lowell, Mass. EV R .FR .- d livert. business in this city for
74 iri 1-1- charts told by himself: EVERTHING FOR TE KO- devry business in t ty for While y r house
peUiKele "-The Guarnerius was lught iun iar- Arthur II. Watsn, chief engin- DAKER ALWAYS IN STOCK. some time, has turned over the route
a 6 ter fbom te Ma is by a pupil of mine. n chairmi: (,Ir of the steamer Palm Beach, to (lyile Miller, finding the work at F. N. CONRAD, agent for the
a hqs witL even young woman. I envied ber tle v iih plies between Palm Beach and the bakr v is dlemanting all of hia A houe protected by one of these
0i 0 WM64 Mlac* with in and fate fge It to I tca; t ach, i i Daytona to- ti for wb tole ad thge
o the .it ide of cbt- this pupil. and by and by I meet he. O
a" wite s triper buoya. sister, a most lovely young .v(,an la te gue.t .f Benj. McCoy, who' l nhi Trig Premi LOW.
Sr ailf perpebnlcularly. with whom I fall In love stranhI'utw.: i 'o in Mr. Watsn the sigbhtl r,. ,op -s front, se enter, c A
an @- ae nie oI the c.anneL and marry. Soon I go to my sister-in i. rlie Ipits for Park Ridge, pr l tnk, two store bat-
d i m em i lawi, wsho was 1,42 was t ul. :ed ay tfo N. .1 L ,usa. t("it' ..iiik, two storage. t-. .
te side. law. who as my u y ttr extra tire tools, etc. First- irSSSSOmS.S i7Z SSuZ
F- .1 N b r a"aament tOW'11p her:
ar t a tamtai ponnt, the "'It is time you stop fooling with Mrs Henry Vau Dorn and three e lass condition. One I w ft. cypress
agesica~ng t ies oure.v violin. You will never learn bhw t: ,ibielrdl and nurse, left Monday for O row hat; one liehr ros. upright BOnd Lum
binasta1wse puowth e wnhbeary play it.' I take the liberty of nfa hi \i iaii where Mrs Van Dorn will ralt d piano, grod ei ndition All Nf
J f;<. .Ml-m- a" somenmas great brother, but she do not like it fur luon :ake her home as long as Mr. Van for sale cheap. Apply 112 Orange ae A F
tr L On w ld ~p9 os that time. At last she succulb t'. 'ay x 1).'rn is engaged in work among Mrs. A. Smith, who has been viit- Rough and Dres
G ckd gt awaye bt perloence and Isdom. alld l he Florida eys, where he is en- ing her cousin, Mrs. G. A. Foye, on Modern home on I alifax aven- Lath, Shinles, Flooring, Ceili
Sat s a job to Qd them. pl.yi.g. Then I a.-y grndil uent l.: te St t
a b -- I thear cdal l ad some- w*I nll take tlie (;rnaiius, 1742. 'IleavoringL to secure fresh water for Ridgewood avenue, for the past three ue, Silver Beach, at a rare bar- oBc Yn.e: it
Sh t1 ti ; tormd s pull trio it, and thbt is how the tr\i.hlin 1'il F. E C(. Railway Company by or four months, left this morning for f ain if sold this month. Bing- Phone 3
i.- f m s~ i t t tc ora iO i: toheI t ishe ssion of Vsave' killingg ou several of the islands. I her home at Chateaugay, N. Y. ham & Thompson.
"S n M wlta Ast tem them from
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y iS q b hisy n. hate secure

|b. "E5 SPECIALTIES OF THE CONRAD GROCERY COi
P^a Fi. ese a psorandsra --******--
4siss an s Sew. for
5gmt: 5 t o toA OUR DAILY MARKET QUOTATIONS: Ti A I |0
th t ARMOUR'S lb 11TE NTIONL BISCi
@4s a ae m. buoy|Orer Armour Star Hams....... ......... ..... inb 16c.
as s a. 1 hi I on t aly-a reTit- Picnic .................." 121c

+my : Itomt ut tp on h i the 1 Armour's Simon Prtn IHard, in pails
_. Wra at a t t t 3lbs 5 5c., l s Sc., iO lIb $1 .
40-m OR 4 Y* _ret toay one I t Granulated Sugar.................. 100 1lb 7
ft&.tu w l ph as pr e tmoit 30 Elgin Butter, best print.................. 40c.
So t by / the f Unit- Simon Pure Lard in Pails Juue Storage Butter in prints......... :Mc.
G a Pride Oleo in rolls ............ .. ......... c. C
4-" w It a x long At- Eggs, fresh.............. ....................... 30c.


r Dishonest Sgqry
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MARYLANDI (ASUAL
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