The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1907
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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18, No. 34 Qo. @yerywher- : Reach All CU..... Daytona, Florida, Saturday, Januar: } W.) 1907. Heit AdvertUing _Medium in Daytooi and Vlclolty. Price 5 Cents [

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With Monday dawns the opening of the Fifth Annual International Automobile Tournament on the Ormond-Daytona Beach.

Daytona will put on her best attire, when a time comes for her to flirt with the visitors and coquetishly toy with the hearts of

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the sporting-bred gentlemen until they forget their frozen homeland and think only of the balmy Southern skies of Daytona andthe

dancing roses of her cheeks and the honest mirth of her holiday. Stranger, Daytona bids thee WELCOME. o* e .$ e '1

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: The is ot1 "f ,the \Vi-rM( I : .., .
following an (compilation :Straightaway I J "' rd. f< r Motor! I'ars. .
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I-ree-for-all.! 'i.isolint; C.n .
Will Be from the'Screaming American I The Touring; Car Adventurers Arrived : : Being Manifested, and Many Are Pay- As to the Necessity of More Care In

Distance Tim IJri''r II. I'. 'I.Ldll'lI' flit iate
. Eagle at Miami to the Roaring at the Daytona Club House from : inz: Poll Tax and Registering. Driving Their Machines Around

British Uon at Nassau. j| Gotham Without Mishap. I : 1 kill HI ;!-; (imcvndrt ::'tN) Harral"l 4)ntrund\.Daytons Jan. 2ti t91)fitS j jI. :I I \'otersl'owumber: HO.I Corners and on the Streets.
1 mile' :;U 3-j Chevrolet ::1NI' Harral"l ttrmond p..tytuna Jan. 201Nai I I

Entries for the third annual motorboat The long run by a touring car: from 2miles 5:4.4 1/t'lJlAlgeut :1"'lIarru"l Or""n.I-lIayt..fI: JAn. :29 I I 194)6 : During the |pa>week or so many autographs Editor Daytona Gazette-News: i

carnival on Lake Worth, Palm I New York city to the Daytona club : ;5 mules 2.13l.anm I B)1'ist Ormund Daytona: Jtn. :21 fNNi I I !; have been added to the city Will you kindly allow me space in t
JO miles 6.),; lacDo'na1d: 90 Napier C IrOl""cI-HI"tuII. J.m.U: I 1'.NtiN
Bench, January 29 to February 1, are house ended last Saturday by the arrivalof 15') miles 10 0O, lanefs 110 Fiat Ormond-1layttn: s J"n. :'''J 11,11f; I I registration books, and the poll tax receipts your paper to again call the attention t

numerous this year. For the first time the indomitable and plucky occupantsof I 20: miles 13.2-1. Thomas ta) Mercedes Otm""d-lJaytona Jan. 31l'.i) :; have been augmented by nearly of automobile drivers to the necessity 1

the middle "'c t'iIl be represented in the car at their point of destination.The I :ro miles 20.37 Tborn.Oj tH) Mervrdes HnllObtl-l)-olTtona Jan. 31 19(1( .; 75; issues, which show that unusual interest of more care in the driving of their ma- ",

the Florida speed tests, as E. C. Baynes, trip that was laughed at as impossible -I. -10 miles 31.51 :5 :1rtttri 9I) list .)ml'tbll-llaittofta JAn. 31 19(15olmiles ( I is being manifested by the citizens chines around corners and through congested J,
: t.a 11.trllft see o IJi.-tri'h) Unrloflt\-II.tJ\ tona Jan. 3I 11)11:1I ) 1
of Bay City, Mich., has entered his fast by alla'e the Oldamobile people, : Ito miles t.15.ltl2 Cliff nd-Eup '!0 Napier UrrrtltftI-I :ayt"nt J:1n. 27 19IMiMiddfwrigkt :; of I 1I.t"a in the municipal election to portions of the city? i j S ,

boat, "Secret." This boat, according to the four fearless men who have accomplished I tit' held in this city on February: 13. I am glad to note that most of thedrivers I

reports, is good for 27 miles i per hour, the feat and Motoring Morgan, I oriel tot 1.4t! 1-II..d.,1 tasedmr "errs The registration books will not rinse have heeded my previous warning 1! t -

and will undoubtedly lie entered in the was made in just seventeen working : 1 kilo .:z "aup AO 11arrat'l1 Hro..nd-UI'tuDa: Jab. 'ti INMit ; until two day preceding the election but there are some who are more ,! '

; "flag-to-tlai international r\I1\ from days, and therefore is now no longer a I mil.. .-10 3.. 1'awgba W Dura'1 t ImKlI1d.l1aytllh:& Jan.'ti: 191Mi I and it i H probable that many lII"n'digi- recent arrivals and may not have seen ;

the American to the British! flag-Miami theory. : mil"A. 3.533-i t.t'\IriDt. :22 halt "",....d-Dartt,,.. JaB. :!I HI4 II.. I the voters, will register I la-fore that time. it, against whom complaints have recently .
t If) mil.,. 7..0 Vaslthhn Ilvrt.t ) _", --.Iytuna J.ln.:1: I!H"; #
to Na"sau. Mr. (Baynes! succeeded the Shortly before four o'clock last Saturday : been made.
Thus far there are on the books 410regitered tl
past summer in winning nearly all the afternoon Italph Owen arrived at II : For-u..-a1.-Stns. t'II' voterv-277 white and 103colored. Now that the time is drawing near for

\ races his I boat was enteied for in the the elub) house of the FloridEa..t Coast the big races on the beach, automobilesare
: I kiko .2tUfiutt :10 ttankv' Urmulltl-ll.a.tlor. Jan :!!I.. 11HMjI' I :Many of these, however l are
middle west, and, as she is! constructed Automobile Association in the touringcar t toile .2' I..; l.1rriott :34) Stanley \ rlll"ld.I Daytt.na .bn. ;:!'t.. 1'JMi not 'lualifled from lack ..f having of I becoming more numerous on <

somewhat on the hydroplane plan she Mud-Lark, thus officially endingthe I' : :, miles :-.47! 1-.: 'Itrri..tt ::111 t.lt-y m'nuonl-DtvLota: Jam.-1: : 111lhiI. paid their |ioil tax. Interest in our !o
will be watched with great interest in trip from New York city to Daytona the necessity for more diligent care is
I. ....'./1111...i.i.ISI.i 1.I.lal I.1.111.IIIIIIi111111111111 iniinicipal affairs has .been greatly I
her efforts'! in the south. Mr. Baynes whieh is the first time the feat his: I apparent. t1t
arousediocc the organization of theDaytona
Rays that the; ccret," while a motorboat ever been accomplished.' .I.With Please take notice and govern yourselves I
<:st,(NIO' In .ilMiiit :;; test' Itixlit'1, v\ I.., I Business Men' league, "hi'hI..rartil'ally
proper combines the theory of a Mr. Owen there were in the pari:i: ON $5 A MONTH\ ENCHANTING 1 I i includes business man I; aeeordingly. .
)U every
M.ul Uurkit.i the dr! I I.
K. Jorneille of Well & en in -.1 !< I< t11tirlatnr.ht !
hydroplane. ty Sjxioner, photographers Very respectfully,
in the city, and the placing of a municipal -
Among other entries that willi be positive F. \\'. Work and A. Auble. iMiriiaue! ii't I I li.ilfliKitlici .1 E. W. RKEENE., Mayor. f
AND HIS BOARD MOTOR\ TOURS. ticket in nomination br that body
The which I lu.ilie l tin 'cough the>a' \ )I'' I"M
; Oldsmobile
starters will lie I the "Sparrow/ tar, was an wax ------
which is Pennsylvania nut and is, christened th.. '':\lu"-loIIrk," a | r tent jiitere to j play my tlelit'*, .Hid! I liaVfeJJsl< Zf"f't' to local feeling about the '
a considered I
very appropriate -j| H I tiiiiverl to Cleveland. and chgag''I in .444;, material and i>ni't&2; ; ] ,welfare the city.Ui ISOME FIRE I I.PROTECTION. \\1
for machine
that had
1 by Quaker City t'xpcrt| < a remarkable a i I
speed monster in .smooth wa successfully traversed through mud i Henry M." llagler the Standard. Oil the grain and .pmduce nHnmissHHi busim'ss. i1 i- I' Su sesti.e:! Trips for Mortoristsllho i'4 generally accepted that the li'JSlDesw : -
I 1 IeaRiie's/ nominees !stand' for im-
ter. also to the front and mire, swamjisand marshes ,j jof -
Chicago con.es oceans Magnate and florldA'Srut\
Appreciate Hood Roads and >rovements, and their supporters anticipate i
"John D. and' Willuun Rockefeller<< and | U
with an entry which will lie a new idea" sand I and other almost formidableolttaeIes ] i
| Developer Began Life. j jIt Samuel Andrew had started small 1 oil an election being ordered shortly -
in motorboat construction, entered byP. I and made the remarkable trip i ;; a : Pretty Scenery.Few : e...!!,. i
I I after the February election to authorize -
P. Smith; of the Manker-Ileavner front New York to Daytona.Mr. is not generally known in t IhU vicinity refinery in Cleveland on the side of aI motoristprobably, are aware of
I n bond issue for waterworks and City Fathers Vote to Pu Those' lily
Navigation Company. He win' enter : : Owen and party )left JacksonvilleFriday : that Henry M. Flagler, one the hill. When the second refinery was built the pretty and attractive drives north of

what he calls a hydrO'urhllil l boat in morning and reached St. Augustine / -I world's richest men. who, with John I). in Iv'>;. .Ste: |.ben Harkness whit was relatetl Ormond. One of unusual interest i is to sewerage. Patrol Fire Extinguishers for -- --f'
to rot l> marriage, 1.>>tk..I"... for i At .prrM-nt little doubt ..enLt to pre
behalf of his companv. The "Zuest. that afternoon. A party from Or- Rockefeller founded the Standard toil! ;' y Billow, by way of :Number :Nine along j I : the Use of the
: < in't vail as to the sows ff the ticket, as City. .
III with Mr. j
an Italian boat which was a pruminentmntrnder mond met them at the Ancient City and Company, made the nudes of t.is great ; IUO.l( partnership the eastide of the river. The distance |I .

at Monte-Carlo, will probably acted a* an escort to Daytona. I j fortune right here in Huron I County, i ii | Ho teftdler.md. hit a-wwiatcs. Other I from Daytona is about 11 miles.If supNirt of the HU??Ut'Ml'n': League Bills amounting to $:91.01 were ordered *
. lit tie rtfitK-ries upMid we bought is regarded 1 as a potential factor. paid at the regular meeting of the
also enter.Commodore. Many motorists with their cars'gaily i ibedceked says the Keflector. sprang I you wish to view one of the nsstmalaiheea I r '

'tf 1- '. Edward J. Schroeder, of went from Daytona Ormond j Nevertheless, it was in IVIkvue that | tf cm. Our business was devebrfx rapidly orange grove to be sera inVoltisia City ('ouDt'il110nday evening. I

_. the Motorboat Club) of America in: now shortly after noon to accompany tRe i Mr. Flugler, with but little money, went I and in I l.sTO: we tiI'Iof'tl./Ur' partnershipand : county. top at Number Nine. i I The was some more electric light talk,

in Florida with his: fast sprinter, the party from the l latter place to the club | iuto the grain!; business and in a few organiied the Standard Oil owned by J. Karl Bacon. Mr. Bacon !! NOTES ABOUT and President Clark appointed Alder

r "Dixie," which l.e exacts' will win the house. While many awaited at Ormond ; years made !.;(tl(8MP.( Soon: afterward I, Company. We worked ,:ht and day, ; lias'JUW ritius trees bending; with the men Howard, Jibb and Stillman as a

Y' Sir Thomas Dewar shield. Mr. Schro: for the arrival of the party a dozen or : he went to Clcnl.LlHI.hE", ..... in 1'-TO, making gout oil as cheaply as |1". ible burden of fruit. None of his fruit was RIVER CRAFT. committee to draw up a contract for

der will also have competition<< from the more pushed on to "No. 9," about live ;;: the Standard Oil Company was organ- and selling it for all wo mull. get. damaged' fcv the recent colt. snap. I I street lighting for five years. '

miles north of and returned:' ized.I "\t first capitalization ->f the An amendment to the ordinance regulating .
r fast boat, "Simplex, entered by A. I D. Ormond At rtulow.ometiines known as the ;4, 4 .

Proctor :Smith:: who is one of the executive : ,to the latter place with the cavalcade. ,,I The story of Flagler's!; rise from a penj Standard Oil t'''!iiny| was UUO,000.. loved, Knox A Bred plantation you will I Many, Boats Undergoing UxtensUe: peddlers was passed on first read-

committee the Palm Beach A brief ensued at Ormond for some : When we bought out LtH-khart, Free dCo ing. The original ordinance exempts
of stop j niless, homeless boy to the high positionhe likewise find a hire grove and other attractions
Power Boat Association. minor preliminaries and then the trip : now occupies, reads like a \err of of rittsbuiR, Warren. Iron & l...., Repairs anJ Alterations Put persons selling vegetables and fresh

It is quite likely that Smith A Mal.ley\ along the cool and smooth sands of the fiction and i is told iu a recent interview of Philadelphia; and Charles: Pratt: A Another driveway leads along the in Shape for the Season.McDonald's meats "the product of farm or planta-
I ('u.. of New York paying them( in :tn- tion" from licen.se
w ill also make an entry. I beach was performed. Fully thirty machines held with him in his New Toro! office, by west bank of the river to Mount[ OBwatd J paying a -exempting
dud share" at $ISO each, wr incn'aM-d boat yard l presents: a those lines of
Lieutenant Hugh L. Willoughby, of were in line, and in a few moments I James B. Morrow, formerly editor of the or arrose Causeway to the To- everyone selling produceThe
our capital.lock to $3,500,060. busy appearance at the present time aa amendment makes the ordinance
Newjxttt,leas made an entry of a very I the procession reached the clubhouse Cleveland Ixader which in part i- asfollow lilt.lta Cabin.Roth .
"John I D. Mockefellcr said quite a force of men i is engaged: in painting -
nrentljrthat I read "their farm thusprotecting
fast boat which he built himself; so has with the American and Confederate II -*. road are in !such condition that or plantation"

11. L. \\ IlCJughb}', Jr., made an entry.It I flags) proudly floating from the "I was bum in a little village, Caiwndaiga. : a good many alikbusiness.. men touring ears can traverse all the distance varnishing repairing and various the home truckers, etc, .
were'doubtful of then! ..* ol the Stan- i ways putting in shape for the :season a A bill entitled "\n ordinance establishing
was the intention of W. K. Vanderbilt front of the red Mud-Lark State of f'York," said Mr. .it high speed. The scenery along either "
dard. That i is, Some of the number of pleasure craft- '
men the lines of Beach
Jr.,who is fir-4 vice-President! of I After receiving greetings and Flagler. "My I htllt'r'a a rresbtter- is some of the moat enchanting to be : street": waspassetl
whose! refineries we bought wanh..1a...... I J. N. (iambfe'sVij"two. the. association, to have a fast! foreign ulations from the members of congrat-I; Ian preacher; salary. $ lot) a year found in Florida
I instead of Standard) st-x-k. A number through a gt'flf"l'Sl'ourf' of repairs from
./'hoat in the races but he has written,' ciation an inviting luncheon "All the training I ever got at M-hool Another pleasant trip iaduwn time roatit I I|>(IS .
; which he will is-u almost
of those who took
Yo'.nn..t as a new I The
that his plans m'warried and that white at which eager listenersgathercl around was obtained before I was 11 years of money particularly <> Port. Orange. across the new bridgeand t I was passedon

abroad this wirier he would: possiblyget the tables to hear Mr. Owen and his I. At that time concluded that friendly to us later on. You return by way of the beach. !boat. third reading and is published elsewhere
age. my M-e, ue limited our annual dividend tofa U Vf. Walbaura, of Onnond,ix having I,! in today's GazetteNews.The .
the fastef boat' procurable for the party recount some of the exciting : mother and sister needed the lean The New drive is "
\-I pay Smyrna as populara 'a his
cabin added to boat, the Florence
i incidental per cent, kept our surplus in the City Fathers: voted to purchase
190S cajeval.Anwiig I periences they encountered my father received f..r preaching. So u-ual. as is the drive to the lug Tree.' 1V.
were eventually justifiedin Patrol
treasuryand fifty chemical fire
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many other"entries., mostly the long trip. I left home and walked nine miles
For the De- Comiuodore: J. II. Allen's boat
an tid U which
raising; our capital stock from 3-HW- trip : r be located in different parts of the
Fda forward-
owned boats, are the following: {'' A telegram was immediately Garden iu i I to the town of Medina, carrying a 000 to $70.UNI.OIMI. Land i- iiUggratrd. This rt>*t, howertr, he nan named the "Aye, Aye, Sir!" was city. Carts w ill be provided to trans.I .
B J. Miami. ed to the Madison Square j
/ Southall I | carpet bag in my hand. I got aboard a is not. as bad ai generally supposed. put in commission la>t week after dicing sort the extinguishers. The cost of the
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safe arrivalof think men have mof I
(Jeorga New York announcing the I young opportunities
Gingras, Kockledge. j freight boat on the Erie: Canal and went
The motorist will
eneowttor cimMderable : thoroughly overhauled. pamUil. varnished -
equipment will be in the
I neighborhoodof
I IAddres..ing ever, although congatiion -
CapUkin/iOggin Ita'L lelge. i( the party. to Buffalo where I took a vessriforSan- .s.md. but any. touring car and many and put in fine conditiuii. I ?i oo..
( and the ma-sing of capital inik- itIOOI't"
G. Gazette-News:
F. Paddison Eau Gallic. i a representative
ia I dusky, Ohio"Arriving runabouts will experience little difficultyin The f r. R Dam, I belonging to Murray
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Owing to the diminished coot of
W. F. Mr. Owen summed as fellows: difficult to get into and tkveloplarge doing
Hosteller. West Palm Beach. I I
at :::':\ntlu I..) I pushed onto making tiie lop.Port Smith of Detroit, Mich., was launchedlast the work at the time it
St. ant! f'Dterpri.TIll' ways to saeerssare present wasvoted
James DuBarry West Palm Beach. "The road between Augustine
I j the little Ohio village of Kepubhc.: I week. : to have the street commissioner
and the an'ariuul' --- --
A. T. found good-in fact, it was many prices
Captain Rose, West; I'altnBeach. Daytona we I
When I there I had five franc The lola owned Fred F. :
got a Dumont
by clean the city ditches and I canals.
Tc succeed cost otme's health or it
struck after leaving may
I IJ the best
1 Fort Lauderdale.James we
George D.1)eweY.
i ; K. Clarke, Artmore! Pa. j ginia. There were no difficulties encountered piece, a French coin which |>,ascd.in, this: I may mean separation from i>n.-'> family Orange. I after thorough overhauling, was put i ('eo. H. Ludwig was elected! school
for dollar five cents in silver. in commL-v-km this wet-k.
country a ; trustee to fill the office made
T. Yates little sand for short and (friends and anilnmnt t<> the d.- vacant by
i J Hamburg N. V.Dr. j i except a and four .ennies. The five franc :Mr. an.lMr-. 'I| WN! William Jackson's lS.r
stretches. These stretches were of little I copper | ert, mine or forest. But no matter the "In are -thy was the removal (noun the city of J. H.liaroe .
Warren :!Sneden Jensen. piece is: at home in my desk. 1 have Mr. Wells'pntnt-" : .11,1| Mrs. T. J.I launched last: Saturday. *.
moment however and that road i is one ,, way and no matter the price, success
Daytona will be well represented in which, kick be regis kept it all these Scars; imitating the always demands unremitting; toil -...1- Wells. I The Louise, owned by Mr. AuUof The city health officer presented' his 't
these motorboat at Palm Beach no big can in the bible who had but tal Ji' hri I far lot Miami Friday Ohio has
races tered. man one ; denial and enthusiasm. I -otnetimesfeel : .itnc up ii<-in Cleveland ba prefMHvd tog monthly report, showing the health of
!the following entries will show W. If'nt to work in store and returned eoauniaMon the arrival of her
: ent. a country as if I should like t# a.lar.tnyself 1l'hday.The <> into OB the city to be in exeeifefir condition.

: W. Austin, E. T. Conrad, D. P. Merrill, "Four hours is pretty good time, and for five dollars a month and my board. to the young: men of the country but I first church; t< a was: heed in Ilidge- owner, who wa t'xJ'ef'ted'eraI days There will be two more regular meetings :

i John Van Dorn D. I). Rodgers; : and Edward we could have bettered that com; dt'ra-1 i In ten months my Poia<4 increased 40 fancy they would think me to t.e oldfashioned wood Hall Thursday "f last week. The alp.. before the present council retired

1 White, all of whom are members bly had we pushed our cars But the j per cent or about 50 cents a week. : and self--
of the Halifax) River Yacht Cub! beautiful scenery, the uth..rn'get:\-,j "I worked hard and !saved; my money. Mrs Uu 8ui... iseistetl by the Misses both will be busy meeting
. tion which is all strange to us, and the I "There are hundred.-tf thousands of Budd I OBI lI i UARV.Mrs. .
Foster and Remit
quite a large
Daytona to earned more than 100a
expects capture many jl never
many points of interest along the route, j I young; men all the time but only I a fewof number called and of and to roles 4 lioa flay
prizes among the middle class boats. year when I was emplojedVby othersFostoria partook tea Nancy one Thought It Hot Air.
them ever come to great suecsss.IVhy
I Preparations are progressing nicely for made hurrying something which we did I! now a thriving Ohio city was cuke. These tuncti"nare very pleasant I I vi the early settlers of this wetion, died
is it? 1 have been given manyanswers. This n what aa old and esteemed Daytonian -
not care to do. i! social gatherings aDd w ill be I I I Tuesday, January 15th aged 73 .
I the annual event) and the settings for near by. In those days it was called repeated Jears.I
Dut who support the -. '">"- J. W. Wilkinson, forHKf city
-- the night! illumination water display, But one stop was made-a short one- Rome. The father of Charley: Foster rich. every alternate. Thursday. The banal took place at Port orange
? the but'DO '
in thi..untry IVttainlv not clerk prominent realeatale
"The Carnival of Venice are being at the heed, Knox & Heed plantation at lived there and had a atore. He was tJeorge W. John-on. !l.ouis! Farloe and I I and sen ires were held at the church a !
And the theatres Xt th.> wealthy.but broker f Los
> Angeles California
.rapidly completed. 11 is doubtful. if any Bulow. The journey i is over and we | known as the I'ope| of Home. Charley two .tbertart(1 for Miami in Mr. there Wednesday. morning at lOoYloek.Andrew says
the who from Lilted to tof the GatteNews' Pictorial
men get; :: recent
tournament east; or south has seen bet have blazed the way; and as my last clerked for his father, and he and I were .KXWayear. It is itnpr.'Mik-ni-e that: IhiudtiiviRe'lauuch., I I Edition :

ter racing in motorboats than will be word I want to publicly thank the three said to be the best salesmen in Seneca Mr. and Mr-. Cramer aimed last week
stands in the way of the ;,;,\ rafff Ameri "I have rwrved the copy of the Pio
Seen at Palm Beach January 29 to February men w ho came with me, the southern County.<< Charley m.ide a fortune, became pad .secured ro
1, and the fact that numerous people for their unbounded hospitality i governor of his state and secretary can."I ; again. Daytona friends for a number of
hesitate but I -e"ilectwhen I
I to uy it I t. r want to say to you that thought a
cruising power boats have come to Florida along the route and then give the most of the treasury in Irn.; Heajaraia Miss i Nancy Fowler died at her r -si- years' died last week on Cottage avenuein
I wore a thi.'I'n'oat ana whole lot of that talk about the Pictorial -
credit where it .dut'-to cur nla.terly'I j aJmill But business deuce on Rose Bay Tuesday morning his 6tith Mr. I'argallas
Beach Harrison's .tratiJD.
for the Palui regatta proves year. was
: I thought how comfort.tl i I .h! old he Edition; was hot air; but when I
j the Wide interest in the same; and of Oldsmobile the'Mud-Lark.. \ ., ; and politics are unlike aud he died and wa buried in tin P,rt I >raa; l"t"m- from Perry3burg. Ohio and the body
I when could afford a long, thick ul>t< r. fook !d it through; I thought that net
Miami for.the who l and said etery after funeral service.in the South .. shipped to that for interment.
course the "flag-to-flag" race- to "As men \ laughed i poor. carried : place
1 a lunch in tiv; (KM k 1'1 until 1wits I I I. one-half the good things that coukl and
attraction to -well, I church. SJie died froth th1 effects of a girls-r. Miss Margaret Pargallus who
a&.au-li impossibility ,
also the
a powerful trip was an I accumulated Little'money
"When had !
1 a i a rich man. I t twined: !nni in the should be !said of it had: been said. It
.. power boat people. reckoitwe have proven something. to : 1 moved Bellvue. fall that occurredowe: tiinag>. I I was with Lim during hte illness returned!1I
", i to a"m: place ,i OO"II04..ltf HlfoiitroI stud :If-ilt-nul. It will certainly be a great help to advertise -
'roffv.r[ Cliarlc.s, Ltr, ,
: ; < will prcitchruuday north with the remains.
; them in the next county, ah'l went into the i j was hard on Flagler, but I 1\\. uld r.tih'-r urs"rnui: 'I Daytona and is by far: the beet
: ; end, bight and ....b'f'r'oi .
is Mr. Owen's intention
It publish a
Low Tides for January. : business. John D. Rockefellerwas : !! -- --- I
grain be than
j my own tyrant 'r tiling ever saw "ttfl1 out fur tptlrpotot'
book the which will be embellished I it-.ic Monday liight in Rid {'\\i']
4 A. M. P. M. on trip, I I'! a commission merchant in CIe\-1 J tyrannize over me. The c"ft of dicing, HdLThe I A Large Contract. I only wish I might have

January 19_................... 5:13 5:37: by photographs taken along the I i i land, and I sent him a good. many carloads I I of course. ha" increased, but if l"'I''IIIYYo't're literary !eiety met IVtdnesday The (ja/ette-Xews ha- just do..t"l1 teen there and had an aflvertneioMtwith

January 20........_. .. ........ 6:06: G28t the route and\ by maps of the country i.', of wheat which he sold as my ;| practiced by thoM mho. "-.-rli. ("r of last week in Kidgewood Hall: and a contract with the National Cigar you.:'

January 21........-...:..._... 7:01: 7:19 traversed. Or-I i agent. I also had an interest ina distillery I I wages, ; there would! l I'e lc,.- t'>:nf'!Uint elected thc-following officers.PresiJent Stands Company and Allietl I InJns-

I January 22..__......._....:. 8.-00: 8:10: The party is now at remain the until Hotel after!i.i It was immensely respectable ;j| about the changes which h."vv taken -Mrs. Charles: Milburn tries for :5(I'U' inches of advertising While George II.j Clark w an expert -
mond where it will j and sell
........... | in those day to manufacture place in business cogthtu'ii"If '. uf the he also decorate
x January 23...._ ..- 8:56 9:09, Fir the Ormond-Daytona races.
E January 21..................... 9:51: 9:55: ;': liquor. The,distiHery gave me an out- !!: money is spent for I pt.r"'
t January 25.....................10:45: 10:45:, ', let for consi3erable grain. Nevertheless: ,, \ ness-| I Knuppc.Secjttary. I Florida. The a''h-ertisio;, which is I and attractive as tin most proficient

t January 26.....................11:30; 11:29: Taking the Census. j II had scruples about the business and I I -Mie-'F E.: l>uBiTreajnrer .jI -. attractive, will commence I I designer: ,lie has made one of his

r .- Jannary 27-......-........-12:13.: 12:.41 Louis Adler superintendent of Cen-, ,j t[' gave it up. i society. Wealth brings obligation-: Mrs II. I\ Dolor.} \\,0'' ) This company manuac-I I \\'inJItbe cynosure of all eyes as

January 2S._...._..._... 1:00. 1:00: sus,"is a busy man now-a-days. lie has i', "I made $50,000 in Btllevup. Then I[ moral and governmental It ha. but I :. tured many brand, "f cigars and the : people pass with copies of the Pictorial

:: v 29? -......- ,.._. 1.08 -. 1:30: four men at work taking an official cen- I went to Saginaw and tried to manufacture |! emplojment one legitimate for function the" welfare, and of that th-J? .its iii l < famous, Recall Kenediee. Clapp's I Edition f,if the Gazette-Sews,

;: 30_......._._. 1:30 2:08: sus of the cit}*. fie hopes to be able to'''I salt.t the end of three years 1 i tion. The nan wb > tuii !e a f.lf' ,' t 'l :APllt; JVB big Uothing ale] end Pharmacy i is the sole agency fort the and i it reflects credit upon his taste

t j.Jt.nuary 31..._..;.. _. 2:10 '2:45: 'fpmplete the. work in-about..; ten bays.' had lost my little' fortune and owed I dig's a mine !serves Ws cottrv.;: : 7' J' "Get the Hab t." cpapariy's goods in Daytona. and rlc\"er' xocuti\n

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manager National Association of Automobile U 'M. Cole of Jack3uu\ilk: tell I: TLc Galctte-X \\8 presses! Late: 1NNN..NNN... ......... .....N.N..N.NNN41'..
I Iresenting

t THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS I Associate manufacturers Ht'ft'ree--Amos O Batf-helder. :' : the alvertising firm of been wirking() er.timl' the past ,i SCHMIDT'S VILLA i

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY New' York Motor Cluu. Foster I & IleynoliN J was in the city I week turning out printed matter. If

Editor Honorary Referee-Jefferson board DeMont of ,Thursday, in conference with the you desire a job and want it in a :i DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
T. E. FITZGERALD, Thompson, chairman racing This comfortable and home-like house is situated on the bank of the I
.American Automobile Association. :advertising committee of the Dar- rush remember the lazette-News( and enjoys the
rice : beautirulllahfu. Hirer one mile from the Atlantic Ocean
I Judges-Lewis R. Speare, itate A.presl-A. bona Promotion League. Company does( :a ru-lung" business' ,. health-giving breezes that are BO common here. The new commanded i G
COMPANY dent A. A. A., president Day: ;
GAZETTE-NEWS i aronifortible)
THE Associated of fturoasHing beauty. The house is furnished" throughout i
I Frederick It. I'ratt, president I
-- -- ensuite or with bUh.
INCORPORATED ) Automobile dubs of New Jersey; I : and adequate manner. It has fifty rooms, single,

( --- Asa Tame, )president Honda East Coast. I f ftiWrW.t"i Eri"r"rWrWrWrWhtW"rV(r"i The sunny sleeping exposure.apartments are. large, airy and nearly all have a south rn or ..
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Second Class; Matter Automobilessociation\utomobile and r1rWIWir1 The parlors, smoking rooms and reading rooms Qtter every comfort of i
Entered at the Postoffice at Ibytonal'londa, as Rannie. Jacksonville the city home. The dining hall has a seating rapacity of OB* hundred and ...
S Motor Boat clnb. State : twenty, and is second to no resort hotel in the South. The cuisine and .
Timers-John C. Kerrbon, Bay Ktr : !ervice are admbable, and Schmidt's Villa enjoys an enviable reputation .
Subscription $1.50 Per Year in Advance. Automobile New York Association Motor club; A., and L. inventorof McMur- Call at the Big Store of K for these important features. '

-- try. electric timing Our rates for board and room are $:50 per day and up; special rates i
McMurtry automatic K : fur families :No other hotel 1 on the East Coast can offer
SATURDAY JANUARY 19, 1901. \\'Mter S. Hikcr, 'tlcvelaud, Rii on application.
,-- apparatus Automobile; club; tieorncs: Iupuyi..luto .. the snoop comforts and advantages for toe tame outlay of moneySCHMIDT : .

.I: 1'aris, 1 rauc-r. Timms: by the : HENRY & SON. Proprietors. o
cr, ewtu.'I!:l:i>s'; 1-: D \\'. HOJ: *", :'hNI-1 Clironc'graph club.'if Boston. Mass i...NN......... ... .. ... .............. .. ........

ALL IN I READINESS l lIard-Uayton, Hoseton, N. Y.; J. A.j N-c>rerb-Ra> Johnston, Chicis AUtomebile 5.
Lynn, Ma-!'. \\ Havne. | R. flaleyl .. .... .
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J..aml'hul'cerll''o. _..
Club: Jay ii *****-******************-***********._44 *
s unians' Royal New York; Ass, 1'ainc,!t; fie'Id Automobile club, of M is.s. 'hustttIhailrall -.
FOR THE RACES. \\iutcm, Minneapolis, Minn; II 1* KOR- Hjde' I-.IIR I-I.ind .Vit-.mobile
f era, Monley, Ntwtc, Moss:; .; C. E. Hutton club; UwiK 1:. :Minth a The Grand Atlantic i
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t K Holls-Hoy, London IjigbudNo I Motor club. ",
2-1 mile, flying start; psol:neearsonly Clerk of Course-.\lfretl 1 :!. .r .
Admirable Arrangements Made by the Hay W. Harroun. Harroun, general managerimman Motor Car K x
I I IXo.
Chicago ilL Manufacturing( Association I Z : NOW OPEN. :
F. E. C. A. A.-Force of Deputies 3-o miles, standing tart; tour Assistant Clerk of l'our"l"-II.: I R.>bert .
cir, designed to carry four or morepassengers New York Motor (lull.StarterS. }
ing "*>n, I looms En-Suite With Private Baths,
j 11\\ to Takes Charge ol the Beach. listed at 1500 |bonds or I less i : II. dorhiin: ChieagoAnto- :' :; P s:
Billiard and Smoking Room
i Stanley :Motor Carriage Company, > \n-I llioblletlutitititMarter*.
inauguration l ley; \\ C. Russell, Stanley: l B. \\ I- ,\- -C.e-o. I;. :-.brillg., I "'III : Electric Service Throughout.; :

i mond, t ImoreNo \ Hindi 1'I j a t ('""..t Automobile '\-soeiaIVo. :- : Large East and Sun Parlcr, P
f tona automobile races and the attentionof 4-'5 miles, -taiulniK >t irt ; all ('iati'.ti. I .. Broad Verandas Fine Orchestra .
the civilized world will be directed classes "f tars; imateur owner to Ccpnsutative-Alex.: 'hwal-- I Y R[ ,
that will drive U, ('. "Manum-. H."u; Path longl-linel, .\utomobileclhb.ciuril K : Fine Cuisine and First-Claas Service. :
JIi r to the remarkable speed Paine Umton; II 1 Em.t: III\"r": ; MJIIley I Manager-\\ J. Morgan. I 1"I 1"- --suecr P .
I be performed during the week on our ; William It rili..,, Mar.l.j:: \\'. (' Hindi 1-a-tCoo.t: .\utlllnohilt'.eia.- ,, : JAS. H. JOHNSON & SONS, Propr's. :

incomparable and peerless beach. The Hus.selt. Stanley; -0. li M, v.'a; 1'.1'i 11 nItacmg. :
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t i: f startling events that have be E n accom- rant; "aiml'rI.IIII1I.II.tll' i ,, 1.. 4mv: : l'ununittce-All! of Honda lNi, "###### #
Merced .bile Association. J. !I :
i'r. F, pUshed in former speed Contests are c-on- No.i5' milt. II ",,i.: "...r. : ,;d., K.i IIIIt'Ii.est C o i-t. chairman\utonu; :,. 11. Oo\e and (;. '1"l *******.*Oft************* 9 **********...*. .*.*******
dently expected t.. pale into insiguifii chtnipun-hip, rcc-onl, rate: all'I.t41Manley E. S.briiiR l ;: And see the most complete line of a
huh Seabreeieve. Daytona Beach,
cancecompared with the feats %\ ; !J.lrr'1| \.t..luoi il'" -., ,
I I'HE5WEXT: l'AIXIJITntX: : Lone Bay Inn *
will be accomplished at this meet by the Hav \\'. llarr. m.. II: in.im: \\. I I Ulils : Next door to postoffic .

I. i intrepid drivers who will contest for :Stanley. .. President Asa Paineif the Florida :1t t i. t't[ J Convenient to Hirer and Ovean. UNDER NEW MtlUGEMENT. Home : J.
,. mile. .1.1..dlll slit: tour
and dauntless driers I \" 4- g less Hit Coast \utomobilesoeiation. i.j Comfort, Northern Table hoard by the week, day or meal. Season or ,

:l' will honors.endeavor Daring to break all former peed aultteurouinc.IIIR 'uIIlIN.ut04."I..r"t., drive! ls.tyrr, H, or 1 Irnl'tH : ; exp'h.1home| today from a trip to rfir Stoves and Ranges *: Transient.the s I\MOII. Large airy jooms Rates |7.00 to $10.00. Special rates for -

,, : and Duluth, where In vvaunexpecte K .
records, and these si|>eeel contests are u r-, 'tmky.: \linnl'tI'"li: | i
:: certain to be the greatest that the world THIRD) I\\', \\'lDNLsjDJN: :23.All ;
I bas ever witnessedEerythingisin event- finish at Ormond except \\'I'I.k. ;: i .....4144.1444414.k "f" " " '"

f readiness!' for the big event No U: which will he I run at Or- :*a K _ __ __n ___ ___ _ h__

t. event, telephone wires having l been mond or Daytona, as itniditiciti stay Regular Meeting of Palmetto Club. ever shown in Daytona. ************************** **************************
render desirable .
w: strung along the beach, grand-lands: repaired No 7-:>0 miles, standing: start, with The Palmetto' Uub hell I it- 'rui- ;a.y THE AUSTIN.

and other improvements made. one turn at 10 miles; all issesof Vmer- monthlj meeting nt Its club niotii' "nOiaiiM' t1t JJ\111y1JA_ "''\\'..'' .\ \\I''I.Y"YY''v t I. *P
Company First three finishersto '
Telegraph lean
e The Western Union to represent touring the {'uit(1tatt's: in the international avenue Thurstlaydternoa'n.The I ________ ___ __ ___ __ I : Overlooking the Halifax River Daytona, Florida. *
is making every arrangement d.t w:iin charge! of the I.iterarvIHpurtment I
facilitate the handling t>f business. touring car Iur chinipionship 1 dward ij tMc liter : .................e........................... ....1 : niIRD LARGEST HOTEL IN: THE CITY.
W..A. Adrian, Stevens- >ea; >> the. h.rtt'sscsof:
Loops will be run to the beach both at HoSt, Sttaldtrd-Ilayton; A. I I.. Null, noon Ix.ing Mr!'. Itaw-i I! :cud I \11'Wi.I. : A New linn!* With Ml Modern Improvement, .Steam Heate-d : .

I Daytona and Ormond A supplemental Automobile Company; J. ,\. lmij.herPeerless .. : W. W AUSTIN Proprietor. :

r office will lie established; af the clubhouse SeamanUtij; Asa' ilNo !Tiine. Umton; 11. C rTwclvi' iiitinlitrs of tl.' 111-1..1) (.lidrcseil .... 'I Hotel Despland II IIi .......................... ...........................
East i'oa.-t Automobile -
of the Florida B- :-'II! rude, tancluig; tact, \\lth I :. at gay and a< hear likl.'u: '-i:in
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Association, in order to facilitate turn at 10( nidi's all classes of touring ,
our ; '. marche-d their
and rumen as jMi-sibk I" it .*************************9 **************************
the transaction of general business ears made outside tilt l'lIitt.dtal:: >-.4. i ( ) Florida i ii .
-JK-ctlvr{ pi:""'"- In iituau' Ij tinmi 'JtI1Ut .
I:. I:. Hutton IuU.-ltuTt'.I.und"lI: 1
sending out of "FH| 'lals. Hit, Mr. end
Mr .
"f ton
No ')-III kilometcrt; 113 lug -tut: ; i THE MYRTLE
The boxes at the grand stand u iIlllt record rare, ull i'lass("-, :Stanley] Motor :Mrilson and Mr Sehgstak.: t T',..

auctioned off tit the highest bidders at Carriage Coinpuij', Darract' ) :\utc>iiutbil<' ore bests: than {pbvc-! l h!a toe.- data' the i "'I I'tll : 1 fAVORIM Ii : I Iriitrajlj Locutal Fte ant Rooms and Board ft to fit a w<*kTaMc .
the hall at 10.T<> ..'1.1,4'1. tins Coinpuiillunilt 1:. I dtsStatelry.:
city tart all ltrhlttnaflr \\.i'iI' tincho) .' h..1I1 : Board a Rpt'Cinlt"11 Modern Impnirenirntr. i
NCI 10 111 miltvtanding ; I ,
morning. classe-s, \\''. U. ril..>. Stanley' ; Ua: >' W. I 1.1.'t'r\ <' heard from the I bark. "I thriMini >
Sheriff Turner will arrive tomwrrowafternoon llarrnuu, Harroun; | :: c-clio Uautiful lwl I tluilluu,. U1C'1' for the M .\SON IC/ M.07 L\UF.K( MXNAOUMI OF : MRS.\ CHAS. KOST Proprietress.THE .
and : ,
i with a furze of deputies bile ('en pan| >', lUna | .. ..
1'.lrru'I1ut".1 tot tli burst of appkttiThe -<
will take charge of the beach course Carriage::,wj'. ; ; calling chairman a "f the I|.iter ir>' I IN'I..t'-| Imp \ L. M. Waite Owner and Proprietor. : i ..........................Q...... ......... Y.........4e

during the progress of the rates, in pursuance MaTiulac; turing t'ompanj I .. __ ____n _ _ ___ __
r runalmut-, nt Mrs May 1;'oily Tli nnp-on. !j.avi' .1
of the state law and th c action ;ol-liorse No 11-jxivver 10 miles or lea touring: amateur ownersto a very interesting talk on 1usi.1 l: :uu ............................ .....................- ...-. I I1 **...... .*......**....... ********** *********** ***** .

of the board of tount\-sJmnu" ioners> drive L; II Hoger! :stanlejNo 1 the Rubins," which showe-d mini ............NN.......... .......-......-.-----1.N........- i !
in relation thereto. I-: : miles, flying start :2 titles
work, thought and ready \\it. Mr-. j i GLENN
ste"amers a minute -H-ed crown. to be run in the i i
The Stanley which were reported i "
: firm of time trials The winner must Thompson! was the godless ( f ihe """:isi THE PINES F

___-- 'o'-'ha\'e been on'the beached equal or exceed :speed( IIf 1-0: miles an .in, icing dressed as a noted Ru: '-i tin ii .\HomehkeUouHewith) all Modern Conrrnlencea Board with or >.
l _1 \Uycfe Line's steamship Onondigo, arrived hour. Hay \\ Hurroun, H{ irroun; Stanley ... .. i .
', a doting gown (if light' : .\ V \\ Ho \\itli \ll tlu int I iris HMthf"icoininlitvs : : without rooms. tt.O III day. Special by week. :
I Motor Carriage Company, j
at Ormond \\ ednebda> I -.itm, trimmed with p"1". I.e'' :lnd : '\ '",o I. *>_'.:MI" t a day "III'I Ul"| pccial l by week or iiumthiiittrulie : 4.t
world Fl'RTII) D.tl'TI11'1tSD.11'JAN.: 21Ml I. North B 'h \ "La. MfS. Ella H. Glenn, Prop'r J,
The smallest rating car in the cbimond- j \ InHI-. .. \\ II" I burg'soul I all'1'.11'. '*, hot and 1.,101 l l tinterthroe : I n. St. Haytona, .

has arrived, and has been out on the events t.) (inish at the c lob hUM! Mr-I Moon then rcmhi 'l a -,,I lo II' /u ttat.r I, ill-,, .It't.trlt.l lights, furnace 1 i +..*.**..*#***...****.*.*.* ....... " " ,*
beach for several spurt trials It i isl: I)a.tona. her Usual (harming manner "Th.>u .\rt II*.:it .llhl tVlt-pliolH.. Nom.. ol tlw I pleasant l-ttur.t. of 'I'IK. 1'llHH an its
m\n No 11: -OIH' milt. flying&; start, all wid*' \.mn.la 11.11.1 l it.- It': sit 4':1101"11.: l when. ..\011 c';in hna hm VKof i I
owned by Harroun lube! > ,i-t 'in i
The tompltte lusts for the air Thomas Hearworlll's tilt. tlx "iintrru. <'r :111.11..111.1 TK I1:IRS.. i es "lIlIa.llIn| :SouthRidfr>*weNHl. ************************** ************************** -
F his own indention car championship! trophy! 1"l'M'nt'holder I' Mrs: 1)1.: (ondtt was neat UIM n < Iit'lrlglw.tatetpN'IttItattia i It'n.lies: ".lriyi'orell'omit.with' !!: or with,

weighs 460 pounds, and the engine-S-! f. 1.. Stanley Newton, Miss program ind sjoke/ upon The' Char'- : "lit' |f'rl\at. I till Yk

cylinder, 40-horse power-weighs only Stanley Motor Carriage'HarrounNo Company.. :xtin- i; tl'ri-tics and Home life. <.f (ount laTol '" : UI'IFI:: I lull :\11\ Df\EI: \: : I I'. 10 V\\' I I. i r M The Western i
W. Harrouu.
Icy Hay
120 pounds. The engine was originally ; 14-One mile standing' start, alii -toi." Mr-. Colldit hi tnvclli i MRS. J. B. HI SKY, Proprietress k
intended for a flying machine classes of gasoline cart, amateur owner I through Russia and her -srrtrtioi; i << -
r t\.m-I : ;:.is: south Kili: l <'\\"ol i \\0'11 h 11.\TON\. ('lOItinii k t
armed at to drive Daimler Manafactunng | interesting I..rau..c .f IlI'r .
Several of the racing lars pan ', Mercedes; fe i. It Stevens, Darrac'I i: I was : .... ...............1.................................... : NOW OPEN. P
Ormond last night and mon are expected \Y. .\. Adriance, te'CnsBuryea.Xo. |>crsonal knowledge of the Ru- m ppic < --- kI kk <<

i today and tomorrow 15-rive miles, landingtart. and the Russian: cu!>tomI ---.1 .............N.......1N.1I : J. C. RAINSFORD Proprietor :
who holds the worlds one- touring cars dosigne-d for four or more I Miss Jessie Brown rendered! too liIII": : ,
listed above S I,'iOO) to and cnchond' Mr-. I. 'pFirst !
passengers solos that were loudly .
mile record, when interrogated about including 13,000 1.:. D. W. Rose: :Mod .. ..f I : avenue near Beach street. *
other remarks, 1C' ( :Smith th<'gate the "I Hist rv.iRussian J i ThelvyLanelnnlnll'ttu j ii
his three cars, among dolrJDa.tonSl; Tame, \\inton; It <11d
Mu-ie followed b the )Lieu *
said: .\. Lamont, Imore; W..Irioln'e., > > I.: ..1 a day for board and room. Special rates by week or month.
stcvens-Durjca .\. I.. hull \utoniubile Rusfeim folk song "lIerzigl"bbgll: '-
"You will remember that 1 las year: I Company, \\ajne. leuine,"' eoinpo&ed{ I bj Dirnomv/) ,kv i i I 'a stU,ct dllll Ivy Ldllf, 1 i : t

predicted within one-fifth of a jcond No Id--Twenty miles, touring ears, rendered Mr Mts'rc.Mrs. : NEW HOnSE WITH MODERN CONVENIENCES. \
the time the Stanley car would make I international championship, IJKJI oily I ) Z (OPEN (DECKMBER 1.In I. : <<
know these and I am confident to first three ear in vents Nos and sNo Thompson: then extended in mv ......................................#N.....+......
cars Ten miles 'I all members of the I'alnll'tt",
17- handicap itation to i ito
that from two to three seconds: \\ilIlte" I classes .\. I.. hull \utomobile ('ulIII'a-1 Club to become mcmlicrs tf the' I Hi-ton.,y ii ( tin'. ...1I1'l"tis: ,,01 I it i-t t -. iv ii tins h"iibc proved its! ability --- -- -

clipped off the mile record this year. nj; W. .V. Adrian, :;te\"f>Durvtasa; I Class, the study jwricxl "fwhnh om pleaSt'| ail I xitil. l\. ti! \d ii,. d"'I'i ,'l(._:tI"! uith all comfortsan ............NN...NNN N. .NN NNNN NHHN NN
1'ame Winton H. .\. I.ainunt,Elrm.re: '
Marriott will drive the car himself ; ; i
s J.\ I.ampher 1'i-erlf-s; W. ('. Seaman ounces April first : 1 011\1111'11'' .- i ii
His record as a driver i.s of the highest ,, Royal; New' York; Duinler Manufacturing Mr- fieorgeeav. the pi,<'-ilent! "I 1 1 if M. ELLA DE VOY CO.

If he makes good on that prediction, .ompanj) : I'. C.: Hutton. the Palmetto Club, mtrodw 1 :Mr. MRS\ FOLTZ I'roprietor.

{ and Mr. Stanley himself in a published Rolls-Hojce; .Dirraciutomoiile; ) Julia F. Iliggms, a distinguished i blt"l i t i ; i LADIES' HATTERS. i
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I 11' I Hu -ell, :Stanley
; interview has barked Marriott up in the Company\\'. Hose:. toddanl-Ha.ton: > Hay; UHarroun to the club for the reason that she ui kits ....................................................

prediction, he will certainly !II*' "going I ._ Harnmnillum!; ; .It tik-. first present: ( ISO .I.> :/ Correct in Styles Personal Attention to Fitting .:

some" fctanlejaltt; 'rC. Baker, 1'terk111Thl --, .. .*.*........#**.*.**...*... .........**.*1*........*.. : No G South Beach Street, Dajtona f
t lf The twelve Russians served the 11 I.il" /.....N.NNNNN. ... ........... .. .4...N.NNNN
circular letter has
The following B.n, FIlll1A1'JAN. :23. .
members and gusts: with Ru" uti nfrohiiw : Attention, Tourists. -
each member of the Honda 1-ist
sent to Ev.nt. dt'lIIIl.t\\I'I'1I Orm"n Coast Automobile Assodatiollhhh I ajtona.> : \1101 all 1"1"1'.1 lu..t ',,..U.' 1"u i ,i i illIj i i lt... l.'mYl I II .\isHortiiwntBest
Hags > f Ru.-sia: wen u-ed aa decoraltou JMMMMMMMMlMMMMMMMfINVESTMENT......................
the Gazette-News lays before its readers :\0. l!>-Ten miles, standing start. all lam, ..t I \ ark"anI: I
The club L- hooking forward to till i
for general information: classes, amateur tuners to dnv \\ It
Files, :Stanley; \\'. C. Russell, :ManKj, !series if kftureto tIC given I Iv Mr- Quality of Cigars at the

"Daytona, Hi, January lt.; 1retto Mason, of Marietta. X. Y., th .
"To Members af the Florida last' Coat Company: v\. t :VimmHojal -*,, .
I ituger. Stanley first (which\ Will lie. given the JSth in-t t CITY HOTEL.I
Automobile Association: ; II. Ernest i .
No 1'J\ -live miles. vtandinn: start The titles "f the lectures! arc as follow.

"Enclosed please find membership touring cart designed to carry four or The I"se "f W"mI'D' (luln; The :'rlt 1..1'. i icf : :: _' \\1.;. 1"1"" itiotonaHouw'.) Gilt
badge (not transferable). which, when more passengers' listed at over $:3I)00.A. ) fdge. Gold Bound.INVESTMENT.
worn, will admit you to the club hou-c I.. hull. Automobile t"ompanv: Udnin Noble' living; Chua.t'r'Reading art:I : Tn.'mti! 'I.. ;;. ..r.1 Hr ,.n. I I 11't l t ItYV: 1.1\1.... .
Its I -('s in education; ( 1.n'I'ntrlti"lanll : '
during the races. Each member i:; also .V. \ tcnns-lIur'a; J. V I-im :
Tcerlessalter: ; C Itiker, !V>er- Meditation: Fate and Destiny ; llu'
b allowed two badges each day for guests, less; U. C. s 'am.inHo\:tl; l', I E.: button Puke, and how to "'--t.lt ; The 1'ini i GEO. H. .MATTHEWS\ Proprietor.
i which, before presenting lOU will please Hull--Hojre; E. D tt, line. SI'sl: l. ,
ant ('h.iM: Harm"t v th<' ::ivv of iltl I.
sign with jour name Different colored d.lrdII.1'ton.. and H ippim:-,. .......w4..............44 .......................... .
No .0 n Ten naU-. handicap. all
badges are provided for each ilaj.auJonly
U. .
tlaseif touring tar I Hussellttanlej {
those will be admitted who wear '; L: D U. Ho-e: 'l..dl.1nl-II.I ********************* ** *** ************************* 4 ,I

the colors for the day, designated as follows ton: C. 1:. Hutton, HolU-)Hovre.: ; J. Three 7-room houses furnished
: Monday, white badges: Tuesday, Schrjcr, Maxwell-Un-co; \\ (:. :6 ea- 6:) completely -
mans Hoval;; W. t'. It.kcr; IYcrltIt: I t Palmetto House. t)
red badges; Wednesday: yellow badges; all
improvements including'electric
blue .\. I. iiuont. Lhnorea; I'amc'. \\ ll-. x xR -
Thursday slate
badges Friday,
ton; 11A.. Adrian. s.te\tn-: -"Durvra: \.
badges; Saturday, green badfccs I I., Kull, Automobile CompanjNo lights and furnace
Well Known and i heating apparatus -
this I-Onl': hundred milt, star lu g Popular.
"By means we hope present .
start aU class'c-: for the :Mmnv:ipolis International -, MR
t overcrowding of the dub iiouae: which. \\ orld (,hanllliou-hip troj"hv.. l <(< )\t'ilookiiiic tin bcMiitiful Ililifax: Knei, ; lot l 180 feet front and 1 110 feet depth;

is primarily for the use of mcmbti Present holder S. r'. Edge. I I..melon, }t -

i "New' members will be admitted by I to Lni.laiid obtain (permanent The cup must I posscsti:be wen iou twice.V. 1 I.I '\' Daytolla.homelike and comfortable}, I most central location in the city. Can

I. fee the and secretary annual upon due,payment!both amounting of regular to I Automobile hull \utomobik Company Utui; Daimler lI.1rraC'1 Manufacturing -.| Dr. J. C. Davis I J hon'I.'. Fir t-'Ia js mall re"l't-do'!: G I be had for $13,000 and pays over 12 percent

$11.00. Yours truly. CompanC.; E.: Hutton H 'Us k I

JOHN H ".\nKDi l'X. Royce: \\illiamH. lile-. Stank;; Man ; hal'-- i'itM on the investment at
I dradiiati Of>ti\ loll> ''I I that
i Motor I ) price.
.. Company. ,. ,
; 'cret;ir) ." alldh h.u- t It u III: FlurII:1: ; { C. O. CHAMBERLAIN PROPRIETORii .
i &&ITHDVXTHIDX: J.:1::;. I"ui \\.I; --.I i : ml. I ) Ask to see this
-- To finish at OrmoudNo ..*.*........... ........ ......................... I property and make me
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; List of Events, Entries Officials, Etc. :2 2-Two hundred modes: standing TROHOUSE prove that the
I t -turt International, all classes. Dar : .......................... .......................... I property has paid over
The following is the official list of racjutomolile Company; DumkrMauuf :11I,1 I will rl'lH.l1IIIlItll\ alld 1 u" 1 i..d, 1 :.,i. I
events with the names of the (entries act untie Company( ; .X. I.. hull Jinuarj :J.')tl.., .inliii'a l : ill I) 12 per cent Jor two years.

i! therefor, which will take place next week Automobile Company. J The Stillman I

on the Ormond-Dd}'tona beach under LOCXI \NDIC\f I5VCE : Eyes Tested Free, ) Remember that if you don't want a large

k the auspices of the Florida East Coat, Motoring Morgan will present a hun I prop-
fI Automobile Association; dred dollar trophy to the winner of a lb y.,Kl t.. >ii'r eyes: lieulaih :itin 'j : I-,i "' ;. ..1 i la I; ',\" 'I, \ 'I M ..n', .. \ ".nu:T ,'I; erty can supply you with anything you want at
local handicap racen entrance fee of r\t'usne',.. are tniralh: due / the right price.
FIRST DAY, MONDAY, JAN 21. 55 will be chargeo.l.11 cars must be ti defectiveIMUD. : Now Open for the Season of 1906-7. You're always welcome at my
r' Record trials, distance one and five local --- office
I owned by driverand the fast car and have
I miles. will have no advantage:; over the slow KcrrKEMEo: : KT ss .J.der. P. E : 11..11... TIIIII.\i ; i,' I I.' 1. I'. ,1 N, ,s l : I-. imu- \I"d..rh|. Impnnew'teTIId. I i an Automobile at the disposal of
Mr \\'. N- >*tio..l-. Oalnlll V K M iSupt I
SECOND: DAY, TUESDAY, J\N :22: .I one .V trial t.at'ilf be run and the I prospectIve renters or buyers.
I AC'. I.. SL.s it..rl t. T U ., .
All events finish at the club house i time taken after which the handicap- : I:" irl I 1" 'i" "i:'; \\ : t I. Il"i Ip Northern ..ltl.mg.I I
t to ,iunrad la-bl.r illiens Bs'.k ai:ii I'!. L \; II II I
will be adju-ted. The trophy will tll
I Daytona the winner of the lest> two out of three Clont..:Major LaLelbDd: Dr. I'. H mltLand I ; : Reduced Rates for December and Januar> I II
't No. 1-1 mile a minute. flying start. Mrs Ii. M. Bean matron It.pIst or, : I
touring cars for the American championship OFFICERS THE MEET phauat*. \ri.aJla Pro J L tioo::. (dig, i : I R. L. Smith.
; each car to carry at least four The follow ing are the officials ..t tlu school Leeiburg. \\' \ Clark, ('r"std. nl i DWIGHT R. STILLMAN\ I Proprietor. L.

Il ii passengers of an average weight of 150, fifth international tournament 1\' 8 Bank Commerce!. Kama.city. Mo I ,
pounda. Frank Duibin Stanley steam Referee Samuel A. Miles, general Owe W E Blank?,or doa.. :....N..N........N..... ....................... I ... : : :
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I DAYTONA AND ITS I. North to and Its advantages West have become for winter awakened residences -- A DEFAMER 1 !!

and valuable lots are being }

'p ATTRACTIONS.DAYTONA purchased la design: and and costly finish Louses are being beautiful erected OF DAYTONA t ( (Jiliii

and beautiful homes, the abodesof
is SItuated upon the |1 wealth and culture are multiplying. It It It No More

-' Test bank of the llalifc-i River at 1U I Seabreeze (City Beautiful) and ,

fatnwt expanse and nin.wuy between i Goodall are settlements on the Oceanside Is Condemned by Mr. Scott, a St. Petersburg

ito eource at Ilulow Hay: and its outlet {I of the peninsula across the Halt- -
fax River from Daytona. \ isltor-That City Repudiates Cold Rooms
jr'zy w rt Mosquito 1 Inlet.: It I*' In latitude1Zt
I. Bk At the foot of Ocean Boulevard.Seabreeze .
neventy-four mll(" from St AnluattUf Such \ ile Tactics sa
and one mile from the Atlantic a pier reaches HOO feet

t fIr tH-t-au, and U ackuowU t-d to across the beach: into the swelling U. II. li.! S-ott, ot St. Petersburgwas If you only knew how much comfortcan
I surf of the ocean. This pier U be derived from a PERFECTION
be without a rival for beauty among a a visitor in The
Thursday. attention : tlI
the villaces of the South. Its site Ii favorite resort of those who delight pJl'tlt Oil Heater-how simple and economical y

ry Ul'on.lIat U known at high! bam- Ir the sport( of fishing. The surf of Mr. Scott was railed to the h(;(. ,lI1t1Z t! its operation you would not be without ,
ti mock land that was crowued by here abounds in trout pompano. yel- l't'ports'hich are current that St. Petersburg it another day.

qkG with a most royal growth; of lowtall. Ct valle. whiting! drum ; had a salaried man in You can quickly make warm and cozy
C 1 nature ,' forot trt'anll among; slieepshead and many other varieties sonville) who J:1Ck-1 any cold room or hallway-no matter in

tli,- trws if. the town of toay.. with of edible 6'h. luring the fall sca.-on : was "knocking" ) what part of the house. You can heat
l. its t.tutirnJltt3 t'!& and well ;ru
r walks: and i-trwts.! Tli result; i is sport, and it has Ix-en uncommon Petersburg'snprernlativ*' lii
or that all along: the wide avenues that occurrence to land a thousand |*"iuds: inanybtatcritcntnth.it! \h'ro' .1|> trinnnt.ilto

e J Y ry I IntiTMvt the town are I l.>r.\Ily lice and of this :gamey fuJi in an afternoon. the welfare "(' \IkixtmiM. Mr. =--.-.it PERFECTIONOil
; dc P sl 71r water oaks and hickories: ntlllof Intli\hltII.: of lwii ranging: from
O warry indignant. "lwlIl..I.I..f l l l I tin-! nI --
them dnu>ed with ;graceful f.>toii. tf fifteen !I. thirty-fit |I-IUII |M In weight.; :

the gray :Spanish! inns*, that overarch Not only does the im-an offer this I>.rt:< anti itnnu-diuU-ly. down nut HeaterEquipped

, the street and walks, and among them splendid) sport| but the Halifax lifter, wrote I-ttcr to the St.: I'etcr&burg Indc -
1 only half mile back of the
tall a ocean is
tropical palmettos
>end-tot asking that the alter be
| with Smokeless Device
( )
tr tt 11 closy-Ieaved!! masnolia; fragrant bays equally famous for its tine fishing: ,
,tailed to the attention of hi fellow
and ('()ral.l rrit'lt. holly, and many and the varieties that abound in the Turn the wick as high or low as you can-there's no danger.
Four Sailings Each Week I otllt'r:1rit.tit': while in many places swan ar present In the river. townsman.' He stated to the Gazette- Carry heater from room to room. All parts easily cleaned. Give

je wild grape\ the trumpet vine and Hunting and fishing jtooL El.perlenced II News that if any man was making such intense heat without smoke or smell because equipped with smoke-
;iJirrYKEJACKSONVILLE: \ I he aiiipelopsHlimb! and cling among; guides" and dn?11I may (be badt statements ho would not In- upheld bya less device.
and NEW YORK. the branches forming: shady towers rei.ncatur INN1N11N01' ., Made in two finishes-nickel and japan. Brass oil fount beautifully -
I ingle man, woman or child of St. IVterfUrg -
and adding grace and beauty. embossed. Holds 4 quarts of oil and burns 9
Calling at Charli stow. S. C., hothHi"M The town lies parallel with the ; that they were nut building hours. Every heater warranted. If you cannot get

THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IX THE COASTWISII: :-:1ln: : In:. Halifax Kiver. and extends for nearly .1NHNN/N their city by lying about other re-ort-s; I heater or information from your dealer, write to

two mile along; the shore. Thia'' and that the for I nearest agency for descriptive circular.
parties responsible
Clyde New England and Southern Lines. river Is the delight of the angler and HOTEL ARRIVALS malicious report should be pum:>hed.any
the yachtsman and forms one of the THE y cannot be
DIRECT SERVICE: BETWEEN': : : towns greatest attractions. Mr. Scott was immensely pleaded with &: LamP Dualled for
JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVID r1CE. The main avenues: hint run pact Daytona and in his letter to the St. Petersburg its brightanll&t

AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. tile) with or intersect' the river are PALMETTO HOrSE-CkH. Greaves Independent| !said it was: one v! r i
Calling at Charleston Both \Va.v-. nil too feet wide except) Ileach street, and wife, Cincinnati; F'. Quackenbushand the healthiest towns that he knew ut and absolute safety.
SILf1-WEEKLY SAILINGS.: which U about fi.\ty-tive feet but has Equipped with latest improved burner. Made of
a half-mile of open\ beautiful water wife, Northjiort, L. I : William II. there being no diwa-e her whatever brass throughout and nickel plated. An ornament to
Southbound. From !L. ,; \\.i Irf. I I'-. ,ton
> abutting upon{ it* eastern side, where Fatherly. U. Vonn Ixhn, Brooklyn; II. any room librarydining-room, parlor or bed-

Northbound. . .From foot I'uthcr 01' s' n-'t. .1.! ks> iuvillc.CLYDE the salt wat''b and flow and along lloseeger. Martin A. Meyer. Jr T. Clancy room. Every lamp warranted. Write to nearest

and across' which comes the cooling: New York G. A. KLOCK t". D. agency if not at your dealer's.

Invigorating; and health-giving breezes STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporated. j __
from off the wide Atlantic, which CITY 1IOTLL-J. F.rmi"tead, Atlanta }:Ii

-1. temper and render the Halifax climate ; -:. E. Leigh, Miami; F.:1. Warner Physician and Surgeon.
Between Jacksonville and Sanford '>ne of the inoht erfect in the world. -
1 Daytona hns i miles of S. Wright, L. E. Crimes; W. T. II It 1\ It ".1-; I\\ ; IU 1\ 1iL" 1\ iLl.JI.IIM! i
STOPPING AT !'.\I.TK.STUIt, P.ERESFURD.: : (DeL\M) : ) and Intermediate I many ; Moore, Jacksonville 11. L. Simmons F. l 1
ed, marled and shelled roasts andItrt't'tt ; '
I I.nnJinji'' ST. JOHN'S RIVER.: 139: !) S. Ridge wood Ave. Phone L.i. 1IIIIIIIIIIIIrllllll.IIIII.lllllr.lllllllllllrr.E
on <'<, rendering it the W. IJiiiley S. W. Ca.tl<'S. Atlanta; F. C.
Olfitc Hours 7-S 12iS..
Steamers 'City of Jacksonville' and "Fred'k DeBar)'" i| Wheelman' Paradise I'rinchee, Baltimore; C. A Lem wrinkle, ROYLASHA I

1'itUburg; F. C. Ptuw Icy, Chicago; L. I). .\ FLA. II IIVATO "
are appointed to tail as follows: Leave Jacksonville. daily exeei-t Satunlavn, I'I and added to these' but a mile away
miles of hard Anderson, Heading, Pa. T. W. Johnston -- -
| are thirty smooth beach ; -- '
at 3:30 ti 1
: p. m. Returning, leave SanforJ, daily except Sunday, at 0:30: a. in. !i
i! that atlords an unrivalled. course for (Home, (::1.rt'hie: IVnsinger, 1
South-Bow d I SCHEDULE -- --I I I :North-BuuoJ' king-distance; cycling; and timing; or I.ouis\ ilk', Ky.; II. I'lik, O. S. Nicholls, P. R. BENNETT, M. D. I :: Electrical Contractor. ,;

_RIM Dew. __ keadlp automobile ral' III:. No town of equal -
Leave 3:30 p m' ........... .... ...Jacksonville.. ....... ........ size; :North or South: nuiiitier m J. I Cha.se. L.; L. Oranford, J. Cchn, trE (llotel ..Inbsa t
.. 8:45 p ml!=........ ..:.:................. Palatkt.-. i'i I ;: ;:: :: ; many \theeluieii. and cycling; is a fact New York; T. J. )Il'h''kin'm'rna:' ; PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1 l.arl-:"

3:00: am'' .\ : i I i,i, orite pastime with the tourists miiiinjer J. W. Temple, Cincinnati; E. F. White, specialty.I Nil

!.................. .....Hereford (1)( ,.l.:awl............ ............ 1:1"1':< III and winter. > Cliicago; J. F. Shelly, Pennsylvania; Phone 14t;. om.at residence nouthwert .,. job too I large or
Arrive W:30aiu: |............. .Snnford. .................... 9:11): :< am The Beautiful Cottages of
10:00am: ;!.. ..::::::.::enterprise:: ::::::::::.:.......?. 10 .x'aii: : W. F. I-adue. I -""tl'n; W. S. Boasley, A.W' corner. Otfi.v Uidtfewood hours: I to :and' ind Orunjavenues. ti i to,::S*- none tuo small.S '
hat hair Ixfii crested during; the pavt
Weaver E.: J. Burke! F.: L. I .
t << Ilagin.Jacks..nille :
CENERAL PASSENGER -AN-D TICKET FFIC-E 12? VEST BAY ST. JACKSO-SVILLE. )ears and are It-ing; built are render- I : |Hfial facilities
U. J. 11c'af"rlI. M. '
1 : 'of 1'e-
tug; "d) tOllit as fauiou for its liter) f .r- .II;l
f'. M.I nOX IO ( En, J II. Asst. ien. P.' s. Ajit. 1 12ii: West I lUv St. Jiwkswnville.., uiiictt as for its livauUful nvrr. trees l.&IId.tI.lllla: I). J. 4.M>kl Uiu. I.-i.: Notice to Sportsmen.! aa wiring

W. l\)01'iU, Ju.. Frt. .igt. "'. P. I.I)1 F.i.L: S r-t. \:, stud avenues, and they are adding; Tp.t>Savannah, :: : T. O. I l.a\\lt-r. Wash- i ? liouses williout

Foot 1 1 opau Street, .1 al'l.", 11I\ ilk', lla. :\' early to its attractions. iDKton. 1).I'! ; J. ('. Byars.: l..uis\ill, i i11'e I =r injury to lriil'I'i.1. '*
.\. IIACiEUTV( f.u'IIa..t.'u: I: i'ass..tgt.. News Y.irU. Not the least of tlie:e attraction to
l 1.I..r.t': 1'.11. MassachUM'tts
fl.rlll'l1I) : ,N1 I:, General F'ilCJ.t1'lIt., Xew Yolk! those securing; homes in the South y.)1.: It-good offer our services to I i.
and ranking strand healthfulness : C Il.Whitnt-r
only to .C.l1).rhtiant.-

the fact that its population is chieflycomposed \\ I II I Arnold, II. L. Uol.idcrc, J.ick), >owvillc }liuntin deer. turkey or ; :.

eneral.Oflice8IPier! : ( XurtliUiver.) Iliauch. :JtKi! P n>adv\ii\. Nc\\ \ (lrk.! of cultivated and intelligent \ ; I>. .\ Shrowd.; Uorgia; Joe 1IaW.f.n : .
l>eople.' accustomed to the refinementsof other ,tulle.l' are equip-i
home and social life. AddeU to :S.: li. Heilly A. E. Henton. New

these featur are good rliurfh,. good *I York; F. P. )(d."If.. Maine: l-'rt'tll.. peil with tents= teams, good i tea.r

. Florida East Coast RailwayLocal public hotels lauihlry.and private meat m.irkets.schools noxeltyworks .tort'll. Jacobs, IVtroit ; K.: C. Vaughn/ North dogs and we know) whereto : .c.. _

Carolina 1>. N. His New
litimett. Smyrna -
Tune Card No. ... la Effect Jaaaarj 9, I 1907.t for !street! an tll"'ra and| house house illumination electric lights; a ; O. Shuughter:' New Orleans; W. find! the -Inge. Addre : =1 1i

SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. !NOKTHBOUND:' -KEAD I P. .::.H>d telephone system ice factory 1'. Chambers, S. I>. St.k'tlanta; C. 01' apply' to 1 i', :: eic1M
.-- ----- l.ilvV ttT Work! and hot and cold c.c...
!1.. e9 No. 35 H' .. 2 >No. 27 "0.,8: 0.74.o.28Vo. 9* II. iVuney, Charles 1' Phillips, S. W. .
Dally Dally Daily : bath, etc.. and everything; else can be '
l'tily I'aily'Dally Dally ..
lies. New York O. B. Floyd Orlando.THE DITSOX l1 )1 K .
'" II LI A- I lt- A II U lrut'ur,1 i that is nH-es.ary to make ; c EXIlE,
i 420M taOMi; 8 UOui Lv. -.! .-..-.-. Jackson--*air---.' .. \r- 7 :Aso-7 4ix- 7 N.tp 8 30** 'ife ronifortiiWe. Aw lmjK rt.ant fe.it1 0;.
e ..., -. 4 2H 928u _' .' ...I :: :.southJlPkM-uvllle l .:::::.I.v, 7 215n.... 7 T f> ..... 1 I in the healtl-fnlne of tLN ; TlLDI.OU'c! I.. New Fla. --..
r 9 Sow: 6 4tMt 10 4XM* 1I1UAlt ...... et..lugu.tlnr....... .. 6 :ter. 6 4tx 6 sou( '1WAltII town Xt''iIJto'ilk-. X. C. S. 1) Fnrn-11 lIIyrtla. c...
..--- 6 iSVa""" 11 MA*.. ... .I8 ,I- .......... IIILUDp!:'......... ..... ..I. Ii 3$........... 6 4.:'Ut......... the : "".
1 101611 _3MW-1.3:> V.-niMiLv' ... ... East I'atalka.! .........L' _fo lit J. Oar'' S 25._6 raw New York: Catherine atey, Fall River,

1045w 70N/120U\X101'N., \r..............1..I.LkL.! _...... ........LV! 4 ::...., 4 bsw-L u.'t. 6 a... Water Supply Mas.Mr*. II. A. Myers PitUlwrg Mrs. Fred E. RanKin :
9 sap 465PM 9 yut 1LT 1 alette ....._ ( %,i 7I :. .S.SMH ) which I Is derived ; ; :: .
d .,._. 7 M .. ,IAr."....-". .rau II.teu.. .. .. ... ... : from uuttiiToiu ('. A. Milk-r. PhibdclrfiiaWin.| : J. McIldowney 1Milt
oroe l ObW{ti 7 ti.'i Lr. .. wo'afro. -j air::...... 7 4.11 flowing wells' of which there are \probMy 'i and wife, Chiciigo Ht-ights, E\pcrt Accountant, Books Opened \ (
: -7-b.% .... ...,:ItvITT.. .-.....-.. lUianVllv....'..:.;jij: .-...-_.-. 11:9u1.- ;:2 <, :ast in the curi'orate limit This ; ;
743. .. .. iMiiotit.......... 1M 4 a** '!tHi.U wcnreil toy Utrine wells to tilt II1.J.; 11. Biwll, Mkidktoun, CViin.: Closed. or 'Adjusted.x :' c.. .
<., 8 ZS II It.r, ..Ortn.-n.l H.-tel. .. ... .. .. depth of from *'>o to VJo: feet passing: Frank PUce, Oxford. N. Y.: J. W. _'
6 Sa.i 12 Stir 11 rouil ('rm. od_ .43 r 4 I'.t 44 b 4 :
n :: 8 4flH/ 1 0** 11 3IMM' :: ::::::::::::::: L'lVtOllt ::::::::::::::: aw 4 Otis H %2wt I M 4 c MAx' through;. several !strata of rock and Gunning, Macon( Ga.; W. H. Uinnc, x .",7:!, .Jadt'l'Il\'illt, Florida. "'..
.... .. -. H Mppw 1 I la.. i. .' .. ..._ port or.nce. .. .. .. t 17Pr. .114.11 ... this! "I.th! :!.i...lIrt"l purity from all ""
12=2.11( 9 JtM( 166Y 11J.WAT ......... SewMnyru*.. I.\ 'sex 3 ** a a.r"4"i;sr i'.rface ''Olitamin. tlon. The water Is wife and daughter, Frankfort. Ind. A. :.. ,renc-f. :S. I Ii, Iluhhar.l..1r. I'I! I 0 iy
"1021.. .....T. 4 24, ....:.:..JAt': ............ Lake Helen ..::..:::::: 1\ r4ir...t -6Set. ...... -"i-Mlr! Imiiregnxte. with mydietitaand :S' Jemmill<< and wife. ('len'lanJhit..; 0 c.
10 3911 :. .... .. 4 a.'**.:... .... i ............ Urauce Oty .. .. .. 12n.Vw ... b 1M| !.!......! sells! 1 I'siiiatnl of Jad.'II\"IIIt-. I.'I.I..I Itiuk -
10 4i*. 4w r _|I" oraae Pity Junct. .. I:! 3'er 6 hHf..... ... iron. and lioUU! sulphur in the ,, Mr.( and Mrs.( W. I:. Lusher and daugh ..tar
12 ::10.. 1U1II: 14Kx' 12 Ow iv. :: :Sn":;DI rn. """'..... ,-2 4'_ aAo-:t-Lbw-. 1.uI shape of gas; whk-h seen passes away. ter. New York City : IS. W Cole, Jacksonville Trust Co.. stud otters.aoooaoooaoeeaaooaaoaeooaaa. ...
9 67m I1* .?...._ ..i .V..o.k Hill...;......'' i.v'' 21sx. ... I i .. .. ... Co.
_!_&* 10 3+% 2 SSw 125"r .('r:::::: ::: _Tltu, :..:. : 1 4ir :Y tvrI_ fa: 3 7.j; I I The Population of Daytoaa ; Mr*. I H.\:' P.yei.: MisA S. ---- -- --

to KIM 10 SOC. .ti .... ta5ttt :- :: I IIII' < :Ste-k'd t ;iai awl I I Klectm-I I- ixtnrt.,. .uth ..f| Jacks -
n0. b 5+ ;.t r :< ': aufur.l : s 6 y w |pr"I". -r Is alKint 1 ux'i. Added. to I'yer, Mattawan. ;N.0.; J. nly "
It I.I\
...... .. : : : .. :: :
6 saw 3S M... |lv.... .. : air b Sir In 4sr to beul130w .
ttii is subnrbiiti : ,n\ill- I i.-irilnitin; I.r! tl"'lehrated "KKK' Dry)
10 3 m "2 Km 12 oiii( I v-.... .....-. Tltu ille........::::.::.\r -i 'IPW2- -1"43W ;fl1oII I a |1""lati"l1 on main; UANI; > .ATLANTIC: C;. Bland- < ;: Jgtl:1: ,
...__ 11 21W 3 ilw. ........, :' ...............Cocon ..........._....l., 1 Fir... .. 1 tout I I kl.ore and peninsula: of aUnit UN"0 at : : F. B. PENOR : =: Hatti'iy. Kn-hh shipnp'nt''u| 'I'. tick 25c each in any
i 2 (&It 11 SMK 3 35PH 1 SJMI ... ........_U laOfct, 4 MM, .KauUfcllie. 12..IT.
:::::= 12 lillAM Muii 4 414m 65Ht:::::::::::.! "' :::::.?.:::::_...A4elb,sebutiaa.urn....:."::::::::: :: |:, 12 1> I ::::: : i i' 11 12 77m llJtfU47ut ::::.::::.... whit; h are. t'ahrt't'l.proi>erly a and(part:Silver of the H.a'h.I town log;, PhiUltlphia laughter. Mi:"-Mr-II.: .McP.mii A.nhoU. II. ('1-ti-andgram I CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. I ;r

............ 1 45u 6 4,'..._....... j .' ............... M. Lm-ic....?.... ... .' | 11 lOw. 103'At. .... 'I ind |x'pulatioD.Daytoaa. : WE HANDLE AUTOMOBILE TIRES AND SUPPLIES 100.Heleiirn .
4.10.:. S OOut < OCFii, 3 :3UP rl .........-...}'..rt 1'irrce .. ..... '. I 10 S(>*M U rK 10 :3011 U ilr l land. Ohio: Dr. t.I"alld! ....11-. :States-; All work done in u strit i tl.iiI..-, J
2 25uJ 6 23ncTibtalU.' ... ......... 1O 2U.Jrunea. ....... Silt ... .. Beach : I .
t 30AM| 627PM........ ....... E>Ieu .. ..: ...'.... 101x11. . litone of the is'I Iapproached Ii butt ioi. : J. !II. I'orterondo., \\ U.Ik ft Auto tail) uiirkmiuiliki- iniiiux-r : \ \Mirkyiiarantcedt.isave 'Ud"r\HII"r. lnslxrtion.t
-... 2K M ft Sin*......... i .... ,. ._.... ... 101)x11 .... 47tr .... ... elite Past town. It II and wife, I'hila.ldphia. Pried I C. 4 0 ,.
:l.-... 3 46w 8 41m14AM .........: :.:.]..............tort.......:..... ....' I 10 (du( :...... l 3 :t ..... ] ( tiy three "sal bridges Material used thl l I.-> .... I 7 Ot%,......... .. ........Ifobe sound. .......... 9 4O.a ... .. :! I lie ........ i', over the river and well-eradetl\ avenues Howky'hi'ago.1.: W. Smith, (;iuincville !-- -iff..rds. = .( I. ,"1"10-1 1f.IX III t..1.... oi N.rk' ill"N.: DA\'TONA 1 FLA
-.w_. : Slut 7 2sm.__. | .... .... Weit Jiijiitrr. "........ 92&11..... Sat and is the i 1 r
uc:... 410.ii, 8 OTKt buir4r..ItemPalmBe.ch......... I' 1\\ riili ) :* b1lu4'ia |>riin ifcnl| oummer resort ; Thi... J. lady: Atlanta; Henry 9 4
II ISu4 4 45ae II tar. b sir b... ..... .I'alm Iwa'b. ....._.. H 35UC 10 A).H S O.M* ,0 2w |I eolith of St. A mu"ti Ill'. It hasi Tniitt I.aGranKia.! Thos. J. I Cycolds : a I'lansandEatlnnlte31''nrlihLtyl 8 J'IJI'I'IJIJIJIJIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII">+ > > > >I
625.. I 6 OOu 8 IVn 5 :::w.. .........We't I'ulra lW.ch.. .... \r tt Vtut lu V"U. > 7 4'111II; 11.1 0w i more tourists during the summer! than : 2 \,? II \. \0 v : Y \< It .. II \I \I >> I> J'1 1Y>> i 'II i ; ; amt .
.... .. .. .. . .. .! i N. V.
6 2M ftWI 7 t'uf 7 Utt Henry Struby, Brooklyn. : *
... .. .. .:..:. .. .'. ..... all older places south of that city coiubined. J IWt of IVferertcvs.
63ttu 10m '1 i" iH'Iray6Wui : 7 3 w 17 OCx .. -
i :: _:.. 6 Stun O1w.....:..H' : .....; I ;';..:. F B ?( .:. 6 onx .... :... and is also ecoming: a favorite] Jack 1I1t'Dt'Xl. .. York; I>r. i.. a .
: : ..... _. 6 4u1 If 1w..... .. .. .. .:;..Dania;. .... 4:ea :.: (uv ; [ winter res*.rt. I he beach w wile Bcu.-k-y Jersey ('ity. N. J. c .Po .ti>ttii-e IMI\ iM.C.. INll tOlla. Flu :
.. _. 2Iw ..... .. ....... .. 6 :il'w.. .. 5 4th ..... I I firm arid Mmmtli. W'I ao
.. .,.. 719ui &*...... ,. (' .. 6 to r.:.. u 11,.... by many considered .
i /I JDsi 7 ;3t..K Id 5.VM 7 s:.tr .\r................. '!,lima.! .... I G ulu' II l,... a 1\J'tI, II QW : the finest in the world" anti the! surf THE UESPL.iNi'ColDaily: .aooaaaoooeeaeooeoeaoooav.N..N.NN.N. fULLQf .
BOw. ... .. .I Lrt. .. .)lure).. ::1r..".. .' A(1 Y..... ... i bathing ili i safe and excellent summer 1
:::==::: 1031411.: ::::: :._ ::::::::!Ar1.::.. ;: Ilome' 'G._ ;It 123tr ::. ''litul winter. People who have tried I:. ('III it4 n, Jack-oavili': ( ; II (tangs.k II ................................
........INN.N.NNNH.: SSr
Northern and Western ( '. Fuller, Providence, I.. I., II B. NNN ,
ntnmer tesotts1"dare
Condensed Schedules Between JacLsomille and St. Augustine. that there are none w) perfect Luckett and w ife. Canton, Mix-. W. \\'. I ,, PKIPAIDEJtDf

'' _- ___ _. -----Vo._> _37__ '____\_15 ,'olllf. tt a* ayton.i .t i 1 Boyer, wife and child, Interlaken. N.1. ; ', I! Neville H. ClarkOPTICIAN. _
23So. No. .35\0.99:
No. 29 o. oj A' 0.93 =
A j B H\, .piny A Dally ', B I u I'allyI Automobile Race :Meet. F'. L. Hurley and wife. New York. B : 11r

I l"'ily '| Ptily Tally !,all''y.Sx-Jta Sx. Ka. J>.iljr J_Daily _Haily !L M1il :1. The Flori..a! I-t: t.'oast; Automobi'e '1 Henake and wife, Cynthi.ua, Ky. : Mr. j i H H

I Lv Jselwosllle.: > .I8uk!| : 11 loo 1 ' Nt. Aurn.tlne : 9 Out 10 A.r 1: 10 r 2 5mr 4 lr 4 44x 5 alx J 91ur 9 3Nt luyx i: ::
meet oil the l 1'1':11'11.'hidl has now a Iniite'r.Il i Os.-k.'. Mrs. Breneman. I.:-inva.-ter. Pa. 1 \J
\2"So.1I8 6\'o92N o 3'\o.44N I i4-Ioo. 3() o. 18\0.1' reixitatioii IU' the greatest : i ( i
n .t Ii u .ADai1T Miss Porter, San Franci.o.. Miss Blanch i '
H I U P.ily : : Daily i Dally aiitouiobile.: race course in the world :: JJf f''<; Q ::
Paily Ix SI pails Ix. $ II. Daily I 5sa.[ Dally Pally Daily! Neviii Windsor Pa. Ch.i.Strchel .
; : t .. The (tin t.JtIa-OrlU"II.1 Beach I is bard j ju orgt.-. | '-J
Lv slaugutiae 7I 7 x11I tl :Itu 11t a6 tug. air 6 aiiaAr I' ; > iiiMcadain. and an ideal stretch ,' U /.
o and Mr. -
; : : : : = ; wife. Cinrim.uti and
Jscktuovllle.::: t 8.4 tl ; :our J!; _1: bar 12 4CIW 7 1Jr Aft ihl ,d thirty or more mile without a ; '
)11''. W. S. Conner. Mr. and Mr.1.. NOTE A Trains computed tzclubircly ofTuUmaa or 1'arlur Cars and extra sot Are will beNOTE 'break makes It tar natural racing > }Kyes Examined Fn. >. ii
Conner Trenton X. J. :..: (
tlla around for I .. r
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-Pay coaches OJot'rated on these trains on whicU no extra brat fare Is charged.Tratoi : .. ....
do not top at nations at a bleb time is not 'bo* n. At low tide tie breach is hire for THE: AFSTIX-. and Mrl lJ.. j ... .... ,t WhlsnE' i e ,
I rally except Sunday.PBONSIIAR 'U slit fe 't nii'l neither -irriage wheel. i :{ At Clurk N J?welrv Sti.r.I .- :
Duprcc, W. W. Duprce, Memphis. Tenn., ; fr:;
17 I 33 1 lfi I I I Mi i >cle >r |lesfriiti can make a'
19 Dd1T .snn.taYOllndIY "; utduDtur hii-il'v: visible Mr. and Mrs. W. ('. Price, Serantou, Pa. | *
I I !\'I'OIT 1J\IoCIl: : I IhL'y OnlyjPaily I imprint on the smooth : ...N..N N..N..NNM N......N..NN.:::::::.. idw
: 1.1. Sun Ooly I Oaly _: ;.d ,,..II-lIIc'4'\1 sand. It is no un- Kdw.: II. Lnl.'ife ana (laught..r. New I
I oa'( .j 11150\11 2 o10 1(1AIt'1.\ .1..1.,11\) lilt'r .... 7 ;:4.e, 12 4.lr Ii 30." 'on: ,I...." tisht to se ..iil-rigged icy-
York! V. T. cDonald. Mr. Mrs.
6aP11! 122'1( 2c 101..It ,. 1. loanIltr Ar ; : ..I.-'s.! : 511r; '('" sj ee liiig with th.'t'ltt.uy of thewind : and ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
6 40v 8 r.3AII 2 41tti' 10 :.0. ... I .t.I.; leaf: b. ti 6 50.... I.! OIN "r.AI4lIAI C. C. Royce: Miss .\. Royce: E.vanaba.: t tG
before .titT breeze
along the
8661011j 24:... I" u.w I. \la"llt' 1W.'h \r.. 6"?1r, 1tawe ,4.:r. a '
70Q>11 913A11 3h.1I10A.\1_ i \I.\ ,.,. t-_ __ _. '; ).1..11.. t .... 4 :.MI smooth. lieach. thus affording: the most'thilarating Mich. ; Mr. and )t n.. B. J. (iooll\\: in I eo. J. Vande\'ord J CHAS. BLUt'C01PANY\ \

sfxirt' )known, to man. He- !' Cincinnati: Mr. and Mrs. U H. Hick ;
AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP> CONNECTIONS ATkMI.4MI. ides these, miles of bard shelksl.! ,eilm- + +
'rill!:(>'l Imnl"vnrds ring the lover of Kirk patrick, Ind.: Leah 1l'Ciot-o.:! MaryMc6oey j + Builder and Contractor. \i.K\f A 1'\10.1:; I KRKVMMi I <1.1

Close Connection Made at Miami with SUimshlps ol the P. & 0. S. S. Company. the wheel ainl vehicles into direct : .\nnicJ. Mdioey[ C. II. l\n-1| :
touch filth the nat l.lan.1 over the n,'', New York; J. R. Wells Jacksonvilie j l:>tiinit'-s jlJrI."heJ.0 apt + Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 Whiskey.
Havana Key West and Nassau Bahamas. .. I \\ +
bn>ad l>riol.t'"bltb!! pan the rplendidll.ilifns Fla. J prentN r eiuplnvcij 1"11 v iuauta

Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's SiJe. No Transfers. Kivtr.Tbe I + \\ J g; ""I\ hoii>; built at areat'nable + =--11-1 I !, ,';I'., 1.." IA KM'MII: : l.r t fI.u ..\ f
N-.ich from the .. : :o.l1DIlDT'S'ILL.IJ.: J. Draudc ,
: .a1,1hlutY". to + (.tI't.! it will pay you to + __ __ __ __ _____ __ ___ ___
'Tk..TlmeTrblee.horrthetlme; al "t.. Ira.r t asst 1"' xpf." te I to arrive ataDJ del'it tl-e lowe print at .htkle.. measures I Ii St. Augustine; Fred L. limey, W. Ellis i + Set t.ri Krkkvrurk. +
from Ole several,turns. but their trrn.Llej*!II.' '" a .rr time -Uied ts not gBttantwJvi .1 i!>..nt ."Nut..( fe<>t. and the Avenge': dT>tb my -e. work Alas- .'.'....... .. .... ... n.se. .i.'. .,..!.......,J jlily'.1i :.!: !'!.1( iI
t''rinif. ontent
tlsominYIObebrld.bl.r: s I _.1 al > ;y'rqlFasllstegtheelrumFor '' son Boston; P.. S. Sk.an, B. B. May, | J : a specialty J
: :: .:. ..1' the surf measnnxi absent two feet. I

Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information A continuous gentle swell\ rolls in t: New Orleans; E. Texter and wife JuhuMinck < .; *t Office and Residence t'or.'t1 i i'e are making a Special Leader of I I

front tht'0 from one to two feet io Jr Elisabeth: Minck. Arthur J. : usia ave and Second St. *
"SEE THE TICKET AGENT. depth under normal conditions, making Kahn New York Mr. and Mrs. Jacob S. ''
; |, ++++++++4++++++.*++ aNew ++++++ ,
J. D. RAHNER, Aut. Oea'l Pass. Agent, ST. AL'OUSTINE: FL6N the teach. an attractive v Smith, and daughters. Misses Maljk and ;
Irately safe plats| for surf-bathing. j
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----- -- Gertrude, Chicago: Mr. and Mrs.[ Husell -- i Century Rye. j
Here the infant as \\'t.13tJ\ the prey-! + :;
11 11 haired veteran of ninny: IIOtw..rl.an New York. YorkLadies' !
111''' 1111111111111111111111111NN1 rifely t'1I1.th.' .. luxury of a nca bath I

throughout: the larger: part of the year. ; 1 "t : F.\.ili\! .AM'tMKMClNAl., ( I sh. y
: !
while the strong and expert; swimmer Tailor
Mr. Business .Man.
f THE PECKIIENDRICKS COMPANY. 'an venture out further to test hlstrength i. \\-d ,I' i ; tf. A--K. '. K.u.i|! :. toativ: i,1): ,< \\ lit-krl. .-n \

: and skill in battling witb tbeinexhaustibly If "..u arc not at this moment m need. ,i Formerly "f Fifth Avenue, h.v. ujeneJ [p- i' 1 tl..Mi.-R.t I': |
: 1 ; powers of the mighty; of some kind of ommcrciai prioting. !I -
tore for LAI'IKV' :: T.\ILIII-" { 2
0I'all.. ;
you sun.'lyiII be in the near future. 52.UU PER (GALLON JtE'IrNPFkCERSs h1F'iAkfUE1'ftNEU E. I
i The Peninsula | ING and IlerucKleling: anythingin : ; : :
House 1 Furnishings Ladies'and We wbh you to know that we are doing'' i
Dry Goods Icing: between river and ocean i,* one Tailoring line. Also French

half mile wide and i is being: rapidly '<'most satisfactory work of this partkuUr I Cleaning and Pressing. ,I : All I "Ui' I.i [i.jl i > are <(< ;Su.iran'it'l'l I'. Stiutly ("inply v\ ith the *

i Improved and there are many fine eeltaes ,, line and our prices: are as low as the
Trunks Etc. In the rear >Jultrnan's otnre.
Shoes :
Children's .ind several gas] hotel. an quality will permit. We will gladly call 1 NEW PURE FOOD LAW. ISeilfr.T
Beach and .> connected l
corner < .
P T.I: hone. two x-ean piers, teach ran;;e.
for order if in the city. Phone the ':
Assortment Lowest Prices i I 'I \ ilion and a large: casino your ; with Aultman :Special| attention to
Largest Stock Best A Ciazette-News Company. Will ,. ..M I
Remarkable Feature Cent's Tailoring. call for J JOSEPH SAP & C?.

at I'avtoua has teen the yearly im- and deliver goods

and Magnolia AMDaytona.. I !I proTc-B-nt in the style aDol)11Ie of I i i Long ''it.u.I"!! l'LuU'i.; J KnO.NVILLE.;. I FLA f
'' Cor. Beach St I the buiHio-'s tbat are Lying trected Ge'tMJ.a!il i. I.,5 H. STETLAND. ,

.\ N 11111N11N 1111111111111 .......................... for IKMUTS. Men of (': {>ital fit the Pietlhi e4:' '!'J.o! !.!>!... s-"s-I.1.a.'It.gi ....J... .i,, '.'!.o I.J.o.i.J!& !)


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"F\ : -- -- --- -- -- -- .. ................a....... door ill Ray SeMenV book :store:: on Sea- NO N O N O lO,1NN
mm( )mmmmmmmmm: brreze avrnuc.Mi J WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING .
: SEA REEZE and ; ::."o Mi.- James < MN>ni. ,.f Dana
YYj I I Ityi t. n" taken the George Johnson I getting a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof, a Hot Air Furnace,

| CONRAD GROCERY 0 CO. DAYTONA BL ACti. j DAYTONA BEACH :j oCt an b.':ifh ('otta .... Mr. and! Mrs. Os-
: modern
l i lions havelent: fourteen winters! in or any of the other metal necessities required to complete a
Yj .
E. C. GOULD, t'A.\ ....................o.c... Florida thirteen on the East Coo.t. 0j welling 1 remember that

X (Successor to E. T. Conrad & ( o.l)* .. :I"t'.7". January; 1 17. -The manyfrleod..r Mr. and Mrx. \Volvin late arrivals .
(from Minnsots: are guests of the SurfOest.
will l h o pfa.iie.1 to learn that they arc exi.Tt"d I
and I ki Eer-EarIe; ,
Carry Full CompleteLine Tne : Comrtly Company
I Teacher of Voice anJ Piano. t In arrive from I Itn"tltl next eik. FLA.f .
entertained at Va'tora.:1thrt't" nights
I i n h. :
Thy will U III"-t.!: of tli" (;ll'nw"J. I

1 *: of Plain and FancyGROCERIES !I Studio over Clark's Studio In the. item last: Wt1..k nnmHirx-ine theJohn I last a: : w t k. have just the rkwetl Wilmansieni a threenightwgagwwnt are best prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices. ;

X tor Mi.S 1.u"i. IJiAh4'ltitft J : at | T i itirmrul
M :: Itcmnt!:
f fi. I Address I or phone :Seaside:: Inn. Daytona I :St.inard: IlnNim. by tyl.craphitaI ".- h otk e;, aholllt'l !> billed' to exhiliit at the t n-r.air l blion) on Volusia Avenue, next to tie Armory

I Coach Kl.i. Kratinc ..",<.in', I Friday and. Saturday
; ttror Mr. Ik"I..fI." name wasi Out of town work solicited. \
) .. Phone ,
I "I i made to read "Itrown.4' :Mr. Uronson night-"f
i II DRESSMAKING PARLORS ,I' .1 memlirr the JLg! ..n'um Huh. one Mt'--r.-: Monr.r atnl! r..rnW..t'. 0 e.a O4O. .O N O
i. |I : ....... llnehurst.Jlosrs. .
I"f tlu-exclusive club* ,.f S-!. l.outa. and ti'r.tl., an: grots at the
-O- The )'Ii "t's Spark* and Turne' ,, Phi IWta : Hto and A-thiir l\aufm.ui. .11 g .....
'mlarr..1 the 1:1t11011. -
i- also a .......I i.i.i. ISIS10f1t :

: ** 1 CLOVER( HILL BUTTER. : w:i ill hmiiprtictl the [MTU < 'a<'ni.ni I'losstMukin, ,M i-k. ;;: I'arl'i, I .\ lif.uitiful di-ditVktory ", 'rvi.:1" a New ngt'.\k.u..1 N..1.. :uiv rerentirrials M. It CohI I Jr..tor-:at I the ,, : S: .N ii i 1aA: :

BARNS{ the
I held .il( tlie I'irr-l l f'.>It-;rf'KI.li..t chureli ; i'as*! Inn. I i Novelty
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YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. I at .t p in. >: uo.hn in flit pre-encv.f 'w tI the' f ll* <\iug :.I in-lii'l'ii! in th rt.- ,

: The Conrad Grocery Company I art the Lrrest .IUth'tit.\'t'I thc Iwu--c Iola < cut .itrixaL- the White [lottoc. Caroline i .
I I LicbteumanKer, .\I lid* Uritt.nmao-
I I ever Uld. following interesting ,
K.; T. Conrad A ('o',. old stand. I THE DAYTONA KINDERGARTENAND program wa impressively rtridered: i I I'I ger. KnoxviUe, Ttbn : Mathia!, Johnsen. .

r I PRIMARY SCHOOL Doxology sung by congregation; I.nvo-I Perth-.Ltnboy, :N. J. : Especially Stationery Fishing Tackle, Crockery, :

I *** ** *** ''I cation by: Uev. M. I). H'rrick; .Antht-m The services at. the M. K. church on Glassware! Lowuey's Chocolates' Souvenir Post :
I ---- brejze ""!ubrceee aVH!: are ait n Juni ei.oir ( !I iItastn
by r ): Scripture
C'anls.) Talking Machines, (Doll, Toys, and Notions. :
I Leafed on nay. Street.BELLI .\ I liv r.I I that nil the ehurch.
EM -- -- :: ; lit h..lI. H.lyt.dltJ
.... ..... .... ............ ..................... .... I I -- -- "0Praise: the lA .I : ABBOTT MAYM-S. Prin. Frank I:. JenkinI I D 1 It ; dedk-ntory'' prayer meetings: are tw'w held in the :

prayer Uev. lyn! >n 1'1: i ------ dedication and Congregation ia i :)ef..iid int<<:re-t. Will al'su frame your Pictures sharpen your Saws, :
is Not Sin pa-tor i
: Curiosity Always a DR. W. A. GOVE, resfu'D.-; bewtdictit'npa.ttr I iI j Next Sunday t' e t>a.-tor. of the MtthodM : s Knixi-s Scissors: Lawn Mowers, Etc., and will :

I The text WH taken (flint I Timothy church )ITev. N'uxum, ail! take for rr I)air almost anything that is eutof whack.} :ir

i I 1:11: : "Act-ordion to the Jtlol'jqu" g'jx'lof I the subject of the morning i-ervive, I

I f It will pay you to investigate Dentist., ,,| ted the to my L4e9.trust.' vl Clo-l." "hic'hV4 C'ttmmit-I I Ii evening"Tbe lYuMetn 1eI''injl't'D! of Okl Axe Voices," aod "for a srouon the- In Fact, for Any Want, Remember .

IUfi'r. 't 1,1\-1: ; :ill.i l"In.ni.

I I the prices and quality of our i I MIOM: vi.DBS. !'. I I and The. the rlUnatMeunditinns time c.qltl..ut have, Uw been season'i more I'I'I body on is welcome popular at aniUKnwnts.the sen iee. Kvcty-i i i BARNES 1!

i i raT.maMy planned L>rs. Marsh: .n.li C. I.. I lorn's new Cottage near Seabns i

: : GROCERIES ? ATWOOD & RAWLINGS i .Icnkin.s are both Kjunt. and |>erua- I .,;c avenue nearly ready for .w7-u- ; THE NOVELTY MAN. ;:

t I !i ivepcaker. '>. and reach to tare soul of twnry.Judge. ; I i .
j' things to lift mind. to higher and gran-; \\'. .\. .\man is absent on a ;: : 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. :
t I' We can save you considerable Physicians and Surgeons s ileiir beholding!*, and those prt'IIlnt't.ft' I Inistnesii! trip to J-ksonvillc. ,r ; 1'IIONK :30. : .

in i the beauty of tlieervi I I1. Mrs.! A. >r< as to
one are<
t IIr .ttu.r..I.otlt'| .. V. :L'S: 1:1.lc-.1. I visit their IlItn'nts" i.........1.......i.fl.....i.i.i...i.i.i.i.i.i tl0l.l. :'
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ :- <'. .1 S'-M: foUeetiiui was taken up. are on a to | .+. ,
. i loeated in of the Diane) .
IIr Ilttlinl-tti.t.:; ; !I'IIl' tom The ehurrh way dedk"at d free of debt, one eottages.Tbey
; with the exception of a -niaU kxw from nil! remain until after the race.Mr. .._)."..:.,. .....'..:....._.....li.j.1. ii.......". ljvl..t"..'iY.i'-' =- 7e: ,

0, C. C. BOHANNON, I: the Congregation;.l! Ikukiin. ;; Sueietyj and Mrs. J
i S.V. CARROLL! ; 'i j The chureh lugs ro-t upwar"lj o. ?:,(OHWj are recent arrivals at the. Lone 11 jy. ; J C BUTLER REAL "

IMiysirian and Surgeon.) j A large dt.It') gati'n from tXiytona, in* 11: Webster's. '" grocery stock is now SA'I'

i Mexdsamex.tanh-y.Clark.. Moore, located in hit: new quarters in the Mc-I J
I ''tli.' over I tin.UW I .MM|.11..urlll.IIt'm.b. eluding t
The North Beach st. Grocer. Nash and Martin, were in attemlaner atthetiihl'attUtl. Cullough new block aDd everything is a- Cottages For bale or Rent. Phone 234.

street. 11,117.\A, Kl.OKtllt.Telc.li !! pick andpan as newness can rnak. 1 t.M1. DAYTON) .\ ItEACH. FLORIDA. I '

'J 1 I'U'plioiuNo.) () l H>t. ; | ,.. :\,,. 74. [ The to,.n ....!JIIt.\I met in *|teeiUion >, '8.i. [ ."'. Luiflec and two children are I .....'.;.... .\... .!.../........A..5...<3>i)!.!: % I 1i!'iXi(X :.i i@. v.!
.. here from North Dakota and will
...............a ..*....tee..o*.e..1..e.... 9. I Monilay evening to insist on .lY.iadI l SJHmJ '
the winter. in one of the Hibbard flats.Mrs. .
ordinaiiee afford
reading an intending
E. L. STEWART. M. D. ;I I protet-tk n t"l|,iedetri.tn!' and bieyelits S. Miller, of Palrttka. who is hereunder ':,i,ii,i..i..i,i"'ii"ii.iiiiiiii"-i" ''.i.i..i iiii iWi'i.. i.iiii. iii iii."iifi..";; !,

..*..>........ .... 0...*.c. ............ .......1.... Physician! and Surgeon in tl e matter of road rights. This: VanValxah's treatment' i is a I'': ..
I ordinance ii being framed in answer toprtilitw guest of MM E. C. Hibbard. i Miller=Strohm Co. I
.. Mr. and Mrs. White, who have been ; :
MALLORY ;|..-.-lal "".-..Ih... to Ulwaw..ltheI.1i from + veral piirtirs tltfiwingagainst
.. LYE.: :. THIIOAT: in.i NONE. I t"o-l or-ie vebiei. | and autoinoI l occupying a Lath cottage. haVr taken :i i
biles me of the Donnelly cottages on Live -
in this
No. l"i I
nu--nnJ residence: Magnolia I Suc''essors toFOSTER.
"rii- r lhlntlt a'II.I"T..It'lJb..II. :ind Mrs. (;lane and Miss: ; 1'irineyarrived Oak street. t "
.. .- I from New York last Saturday C*. II. Wilson' handsome new apart- ;

: 7/ SPECIAL PASSENGEE-EXPRESS and were quests of" Mr. and Mrs.[ Whin- meat house on Seabreeze avenue lit now ; PECK & '.

iiio A. L. Reid the Tailor I' t tield for !several 'bys. barring; the opening about completed and the interior finish : :; I J
V\sz/ STEAMSHIPS.Lara. and. airing of the Blakestee cottage, "< especially attractive.Mr. :. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS AND GRAIN.

.."t KII.I 1II".t OtI, '1"1.-.1" J.a.j..r., '..; .. ... "II i tli.*. : !i.. iI ;;ain at the tiloi-c: t'; ihiny: "store !l in width' they are pleasantly! loeated. and Mrs. Harry I'nderwood andlaughter
.. I Ithe
i approved credit will from
we gladly account
S i'-t. aad: l i is l'n'j.a".1| t t" d.! your tailoringin The Clarendon has had !!t'\'l'l1tyar- ..f ftinghampton; N. 1.. will : carry your
111\ 'JVIlMi: :( ) :
V :rivals this week and the Colonnades as iu C. II. \Vil.n'lew \ : first of one month to the first of the next; but all accounts
:is!: vo" .rn\ii.\: \I\NTII-I: : : nc"ul'yan apartment .
.t \ -ttuoMSAU) : \tiist-rluvt; sli.ipr 1uIingand l: ; l lintsiii '
Important I ."t''I...... _nIWix; Ills Ih'Aet11111 .1.! .. ,+"t.tu\ ..\,....t : many as thirty-five. The boardinghouses hou-e. Th'yir..- c,,pet't'ol to arriveWon. arc due the first of the month and must be paid by the tenth.
j ihrmund.rofb.rth..r. lie 'atlll\. ":Ipn.It'.ofUtvloi halt. thti "in" | >! specialty.! ( MM- nita hall received quite a number [ .l.i,\ :
curing all |.xt-Heiiu: iii-in.. i i.lllal..wivi.-e mud l attention t'all if you \\tnt yo."I.I \v.v.| of aitf>sion,- to their eirvl&t also. and 'a.uurr. '.'!N.'..!!..!!......!!....!....!n/iuwu!.... /..!!,...!./..!!!/.'!..,.!.'!/.'N/ruuRau/ ;I HN.WA, r1taaai
F S I'.Is;oIXmlt"; : ; : LCtl: E: J.\ :-'''\\' .I.I: KVKUV: : : :Tiinw!: .\Y.S : tourist
prosjKM'tfur a good -eas<'11 are
w r (: .-.- S. iv.Jiii.' i>f !..liiw| in rturiihi TiiiMHi-CniiHi.)) .. HOLLY HILL.
i.o\visr: K.TISm::: M\V: NUKK: .AM \I.L l'OIXTSOITII.: S. H. GOVE I I! better than they were at this time last t. **. **.. ..*. .**.......* ***.****..... ..****.
: In. lu.iit.| .MuMfiilHAVUlillTSXlL; through the year: '':00'; say they all" who. are in the n .k 5.,
r i \.MOrs "$: E.1: ISI.AMtS: : '- h"tint"> .
; S.
I AMHITMT. |IIII.I.t.it AMlulrtt > h.\TIC.u'TUB:
t Through (ick.'hi\ \ tn nil :\o'' II"'r-1I |-.int. for full tnfitriiiutionrcarttrdiiijtHltr eE Mr. and )1.... Sheets are expected toarrive Holly hill Jan. 17-\\'. II. and IB.. :. QEO. P. JOHNSON i
E : / ...nst.tf.r..Iby l u" llwr I Inn-; ilinyrainx./ rvcrvatioti!. : night
J from their home, Grand Ledge, ay .
i ticket.*. rte MJ''I '" .
i | fliif)7pw) MMl owl Voinki a reader.I Mich., Monday, the 21st to sped ticwinter ads where they spent the ,>summer the :

;t t I CM AS. DAVIS urhtrm I'aiiB.. ...r \.-..art. Jifl-'I'vlIU-21I. w..t.Ia.. VftP7lKl .;.!: : I Phone M'. I),&."' ,....>.. Florida | with Mrs. Sheet.-: pal'ftltIr.! latter at London. Ontario, where he ha I CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 1 i

I F tit? II (.jar..... Linillsant.. I'.i.vtt.n.-i. I Lt. < and Mrs.[ (Nd.. been visiting with relatives, and the former -

.......a..a.* .. .......! ...e ...w D. D. AND C. M. ROGERSCIVIL :\I.H>. Chapman. Huswll, Burgman, near iuelph, where he held a I.j-| '; : DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA.
1 ; Kogr: and Harold Ltiancfai made an lion on a nw line of railroad ia proee.-w : i
----- -- - --- i-NUIM-l-RS: : : ul-day trip to the inlet Monday .>n a of construction between Unelph and I kk

,- ......- -- MIAMI. FLAI'.ivtoiia l.. Karreil has rented Harry Mrs. ('. :t Harris, while ridwg to Day .

DAYTONA kins'iiK'torboat fur the season.Mr tona on her bicycle Wednesday afternoon '
1 -. ()I1i'I' KhtaMUlird: 1S7.. <. K.: c'. Moulton has opened a curio : ran over and subsequently cl ii-- i All work done) in n strictly first-class manner. J

store in the east ''lIIlt..f the Knowlton patched with the assi-tancc of \\". r.Rotzien. kt

TRANSFERand 1 I'.iytona) l'rt's lIlg' and Nok. who opfiortunely Appeared 1a 44.44s4.,45s4445444.4s45s* **************************.

i Mr. Knoulton will keep on band a three-foot rattlesnake. '".hi i. U ui-:
( 'lrunin:? }Establishment.( I
E + smallt.t k of prepared drugs for the crossing the rood: in front of the Camproptrty. -
LI'ER"I I ..Hill'aihl ielit.. clothes cleaned. | .+***.*+...+.+.+.+.. ... ...
I III'ftIIt accommodation of tbi puWiton the prt4k Another snake of :I I. + .. .... ...... t ......+
..'I an'I I ded.!. ;iiNn: .. .
C. E. JOtlNSION: I Proprietor ,., .liv.-.niiil'r-K. lower ti "r'4 the ,
'- ouildine.R. : about the same size! had been killed by ;

-A_..: r Bt\: J.\\\I\ DI : LYO.XSHi K. Old.- and wife will arrive from .\. V. Putten near the same place but :a ;! Bond Lumber Company i

1 have the IVbl I.i\ery iu the Cit) withuliite} drivers familiar w III !:>.!" .h I' t.. l>;ivtoni. Fl*. -anoint.I Mich., on or before the 20th.They day or two previously.ie :

i | will "p"nd| the winter here witb fellow\ evidently loaded with : .MAMFACTtKEKS: OF
t all roach.t.} ....>V for the Silver Tipifil ll'ig*. I II Mr. Old..' parents in their pretty new booze rude hi. bicycle into a ditch half ROUGH: AND DRESSED

I lull: FINLiST home on Valley trvet. way between this place ainl Daytona: j: PINE AND( CYPRESS LUMBER ..:t't

'Phone 27 Opposite Public SthoolElegantExcellent .1. \\'. McCarthyas opened. a barber Monday night, and left it there, whereit :T t

a 1 ._ 7 BATHS \ -h"p[ in\ the Knowiton hlo('&. was foutni nc\t morning. Lath 'hin des: Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime

__ __ _____ _ Mr... an.I Mrs. W. L. (Cook of Balti- The town council h:L" i--ucd: an ord, r :
I ON: IAVltlIni and Cement in Stock. Office and Yards: Emit Cc.. [
: 1II.rt.Irl.., who have been visiting i to property owner- east of H Ill,.."o<.l t Hallway and Orange Avenue

: MIA: AND' WM.MI.N haytun.i Ivr several w :tits, have derided avenue to cle.ir up tinpirkag: <- md M I 1 I 1.!5.5 Rond1111.: Atlantic Coast Line Ky.. luu miie. south of J.ckwnrlll. +

I ft I Ilf' <.|H-iMl! the remundei: of tbe season i ia along their ,lot Iron'-. :ul.1 i the advantage t Kalitmaiou.oa !Sanford rt'ocboftbe.... F.. C. Ry.

tf i LIL\ 'VATERI Sc. l>!vczc. They ;are the guests ipf the of the work are already apparent; phone 8J R. J. MALBY,
he Bat V..t.r. for T.Me IaeILEC'1'RIC :oit'nllllt.tL'l.lg"! in the improved aplt'arou' 'IIf the
.. i 1'hnl'' .. ntht, i Iht \ -. y when vLiu. LIGH'I )11-- i'.TM-c: will entertain her rumfe, I street.-. where the order 1a.1- ulicudybeen 11 ... ..................... ......... . ... .. ...

""'' carrie l oUI. A movti i i- .i-! ., on .
lu-l I ,
;iii'i> trot w Our.rk will iI \\ Frank Browning and !! lttt'r,3r1.'i tdnaKiouning. ----- -----
1'LAN'1'u foot to marl ...r.t" avcnuifrom the
if I'alatka
during the ra'.x.Mr.
I n as to Hlllg.\\.J and ci''iitinii'the ( 1 Edwards
and Mr
I Joseph: Chapman, ( .f.Sprinjtield
marling of Hulgc.wood avenue .n. rth .1.-
J it t i? far a.- Wa-iiington! avenue.A. .
"' \ II \V","r! .. n. w right. I Ir : are yn .-tof. the Hk' "'oucJ. Mr. Manufactures of
( .e'-"'I.IIIIA t" sanit.iiy rlltl! > Mi- 11. Carter spent the week.. in Jacksonville -
and Ctia will be
r : ]>iiian pleasantly nmeinUii -
t J. WRIGHT A WRIGHT, ti u, ,.1II1t r tourists occupyingom"f in :attendance at the :MaonieGrand Window and Door Frames.
o D. Carmichael I the. Itrtggrtcottrget: ,. two years lalge (tf which he i.a iiifmlicr.W. .

1 a .. .... Phone0.: .1tt()rny, t-l Law I ago. I 11. Edmond is havingtine
64. l)A1'lU.:\A. I LA Window and Door
(I'IL.;! : needed repairniaiie! on his property I Screens.
t' III Tdl'graph tiice! l kL\\i
--- here.A will t I.. C olol.iaj ....oll.nlO.,, .. ton .
----- 1 D.ttt"u.l' lktchJanlarv 17.- MadiitnI"iMl.i : pio-oiial i given in Wilkm- {'ulualn any r.ize or IIt5k, ?, Urad.

1 r 1 : :-.inved from Battle Cre.'k, -.on'< -tore on Friday: evening, JaIl? :!lath ..be. Baluster-, Hand Rail. Newer for stair or Porch Work

Mi : WMrv:, she 113.! been: since List f..r the rwneht <>f th- .huildinz ft id "f M *ion Furniture of
; i J. v iji'l:" ,i- )lieimt, wclcon.e.t! I home 'by' the I nT..n. i :1ar--h. any kind made to order, Chair Set'te.
\i ... Stand.; Tables. Etr.
l'I"j-: '1 h. is having: her icveral Turning, and Scroll S Saw lag.
0s .' >,;' ., .r..l, l grounds. tl.' r< to (put in or- 1 hanks.ItieJ.uk. \Y ee ;
are making
a 'strictly
.: r (h,, i |i.K-rty: { I i- t.i-t l"Ong.; its .tile u.-1o. high-grade
a : -at-
II' ". d. T/n-rt''i.JeIt/
; .. 'Si'! "'um-il. It ij..ir.-; api.niahteI'ts.tk "l t-! bmldon I "Wt- alnaydid like the Ikiyt'-nu (ii-; Moulding[ for interior

I YELLOW I PINP Framing I Flooring!! Siding, -, ( S.ibitf; L'- ,i\tnu.-! zett'Xewf"r its bnght appearaiii. use.
I but t.j'r; Iiv";;" .1,1-I .:,,; ,!! :t 1.:11.15Om..r : -
t Ceiling, and : ;putting' :in iri":, ,ri"\v. !,, '
( Finishing.Brick than: \i r with !half-tone ilhitrat.oi -- (Our work '
I-, ,. t- t'I'rgre--i| l : tjrtdly.1'1I\:1I'I': ,- is all made from the Best Selected Stock
:> < -'flip|> now f'n: r the w
Lime Cement I 1-ith. the object of
AND : i l'-i.p's! proj" : y t" tin' s. a, .ii- i i giving satisfaction. Ask for what

Gypsum Wall Plaster NNooJibereJ '.. > \". IIa.\: .}; thtrett cti'--iii-! I' .................... .e... 3 im inaj want
? \. .' t.\k, i |ro,,,.-ty. Tt.i- i- "it:, :r: :
: '< -. it- ..l| tt- avMri". 1 t f .. i i I Estimates
Finishing Bevel i: Clapp's Pharmacy Cheerfully Furnished.
CYPRESS Siding, a.1.1:1: ; utw" .ulk- I. (I. :! i it .
I I '.ii /,t-t .npleted! l.a.- bit :, Look. fur the
Shingles, Lath, Mouldings\ ; i I' \ C II X\ i im, En.II...- isll oil Xortll Jidgewood ATnut.

.,' 1 tt- \. 161an.! Ono in fr'.art t "f"r I The Rexall i iI III >'hne' l''j

THE BEST.NORflAN. t'> -; \ i- iu it ,.ur>.. "f. ..ni __ -UAYTOXA. F'L 1\.
I -' .'l i !." r: ,')t :\el.,1| !i. )!iI +
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v.-;: i i" ,l r.! l t. I I.., i within/ fht :f.' ..t1' . ; .
.Ij S. DAYTON ;\ I Ii Drugstore Si;

11 h. Daytona Ice
j '\It'll
\, ..>. i- : red at J. t.' Bah[, r.M. 11- j it ,
1 : 'Ayeandr.E.C.Ry.: : 'c. [, ,.' '. v.- :
i Ii.: : : :1- it Moil da for :a I w .I.t.t > PURE
1: PHOE49.: DAYTONA, FLA.MAGNOLIA -.. l'i'n': Beach. ICE .
{ Ft : =t'i. Un!; i_.. *
Iff. .L ( 'tin :I. partiw maliciously: : :n.ir.:d ,,, Made from Distilled .
:-, I Water
I. i i I1- f-o: w.n-i". ,1 i ..............t.4tttt..,,+. e .Factory. .C'TDt'f. .Railroad. and Yolusta avenue -
d .
a . .
L.I .

I ,-,5C1a u. au aeClaaG w..ppounds. -- ..
Frank Durbin Stanley steamHeferee t -Samuel: A. wines; J t'ut'la'l \>U\ w -
4 7, x -
to- t" ,

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They say that this is the old New line ladies'hirt waists at Daytona stationery II.\SKIS: t Meeting of Business League. : SO.V1E RECENT Two Distinguished Visitor
Local fashioned Florida weather three Moore Brothers Co. :
Paragraphs | cloudy since first. \V. II. Edmond announces I A ralll'llml'lting of the Business Mcnj > i I Two distinguished visitors to Dayton
days August Almost

\ I ......................: hope too pleasant won't to shop,the but we- visitor Civil Engineer to DeLand D.this D.week.Rogers wasa of himself city assessor.H. as a candidate. for the office j j I League afternoon was, held for at the the purpose City Hall of endorsing Thursday --!i REALTY DEALSi are ville lion., Ky.Paul, and C. Barth Hon. mayor Filmore of Tyson Louis

; Mrs.. H. Q. Fletcher returned you forget place a candidate: fur mayor in place of S. i chief of the fire department of the same

I .. Wednesday from a week's visit at when you want good goods at the Chas. McXary, of Ormond, was a T. McClel'an was a delegate to I II. Cove, who because of his extensive I ..It city. Both gentlemen are guests of

llelrose. right price. visitor in Daytona yesterday and the State Baptist Convention, at Live business interests, withdrew from the I From the Books of Record their former townsman Robert L. Wel-
L. H. ROWE & Co. favored the Gazette-News' with u Oak. this week. i I ticket. There was cwisiderablty diseus- lor, of Daytona Beach. :

-'. The usual fortnightly hop was held The Jewelers.Mrs. pleasant call. sion on the matter and action sis finally i for Yolusia County-Numer- Mr. Barth is a millionaire cement

I at the Palmetto club house .Wednes- F. J. Niver and little son I Try Birvhwood for fresh mt-ats'l I deferred until the regular meeting n.xt i ous Transfers. manufacturer, while Chief Tyson ranksas
. day evening. Rev. H. B. Gibbons has been at- J' C. has Tuesday.The I of the fire in the
visited at St. Augustine this week. I Pettepher bought the i one greatest fighters
the State Baptist Convention I' II I DeLand, Fla., Jan. 17.-The following
Attorneys Bert Fish and 1 Day property 011 South Palmetto! object: of the Business Men's I world.
A. Live Oak this week but is | transfers of property in and about Day.I *
Stewart were in Daytona What is Lily Water? Call at I street and will install an up-to-date I League is to create sentiment for all
Tuesday home tuna have been recorded in the office of
taking in the electric light plant. expected today. auto W1ra e. I kinds of improvements, among them a I
a chancery mat- r I the Clerk of the Circuit Court at De- This Is Not a Fish Story.

". : ter. Mr. and Mrs.J'eter Sieiums have Try Birrhwood's butter. Dr J. C. Da is. ('I'I i.iUI. of Kansas ;I system th** members waterworks want a randidate and sewerage in: heartysympathy and I i Liunl 1 rrrcntlvi H *

4. J Belle Harbor for Totnoka arrived from St. Paul and are occupying City, Mo[ i is in tin city for a i: with their I on.ird Fun-hgolt to IxiUisa Ferry
trip. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Atwood of I feelings.1t.n. !I I caw the queerest. kind of fish,
their palatial home on South |!short time See adverti-oiwnt elsewhere -' Paul ('. B.irth.! Mayor of Louisville $7.;:), lot 5 i, block 3, :Sam's New Smyrna.
Chelmsford Mass.
I the of Just the other
Mesdames E. T. and F. N. Conrad (Beach{ street. are guests in this issue. I' day,
:u..lllull. Filluiore Tyson, chief of I. ( Smith to William II. Peck, $1.00
will entertain at cards I the former's brother. Dr. E. C. Atwood r! Right here in this old town,
Palmetto club at the Miss Elizabeth and.Julius Miuck, ,I and William Atwood. $W. H. Freeman of l Daytona) 1 lii' lire
!I \ afternoon rooms at 2:30 this of Brooklyn, are the guests of their :' Beach has received a line lot of j were Ptl'1O"flt11,1 at 1 thv rt'fIUt| of Pre. :i ftt ..f pi"t 1 10 feet of west 397.1 feet of ; His mouth was large; he had sUrey eyes

sister Mrs. A. II. Schmidt, at I I ttt'or bicycle Icsbons applv to }Jerseyuw for sale. j lnt l Biiighain.,:: made a few remarks ou :i lot I, blot 5, HcxJgeinan's Daytona. His body wa- round as a pail

Foa REST.-New house; newly Schmidt's Villa. They will remain Prof. Jos. Collier, P. O. Box L Ij). tf I III the urgent need. of fin protection and j, Goo. 11. Foote to Robert K. Small- But he had just the cutest fins,

furnished electric lights, toilet and about three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Thurmar of Chicago sewerage of any city the size of Day.i I wood and wife, $500 lot 2, 3, 4, block And a small and curious tail,

bath furnace heat; desirable loca- II Miss Edith McCann has joined are visiting in Daytona. Mrs. tou.t. Coming from such m..n the reI 3. Foote's sub. in Daytona. All over his body a stickin'out,

tion; one block from postoffice; *A gent having a commodious I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. MeI Thurmau was formerly Miss Grace mar"f're" listened to with marked attention J. W. Wilkinson! to Philip Green, $55, Were the funniest little quills .'1
northeast well-furnished house on the Beach Cann, after a pleasint visit with Carswell, well known here. and loudly applauded by <
corner Volusia avenue and members lot 1-1. block 3, Shantz sub in Daytona. Just as hard and sharp as a knife
Beach street. would like a gent: married couple, friends in Columbus Ohio. of the league.
Inquire of j i Gear from his tail to bis
with without children The Daytona Auto Transit Co.'sauto Sly vania Osborn t-* Agnes Seaman and gills .
tf :J. CASE. house or and with him., to Inquireof share One of the pleasantest social func- bus "Tomoka" will run on the Before the close of the meeting a vote i I| Katherine H. :Miller, $400 lot 5, block 1, And now, the funniest thing of all .
expense I of thanks was tendered the Kentucky Is, in this fish is
daytime white
' regular schedule through ru'eeek .1 j Botef uhr's Land of Sea.
Mrs. F. H. Houghton has joined or address, Mrs. links, Surf tions of the season was the card gentlemen. !
her husband iu Daytona after a Crest Daytona Beach. 19-4t' party as The Howard, given by Mrs.J. and wilPmake evening trips after I I| John A. Van Valzah to J. B. Bunch And yet he turns blood-red, .
Remarks the issues of the j As it
the 21st. OLI\FR & flE <:II. on day were i soon as grows night.
pleasant summer and autumn C. Howard last evening. N-ase, store building on west 60 feet of t
spentat Dr. O'Xeil also made by J B. Parkinson, S. 11'' He is called the Porcupine fish, "
an osteopathy phys I
Westerville Ohio. I i Dr. Addison O'Xiell. Osteopath lots 1 and 2, block 5. Rogers Seab reeze.
ician, from :New Jersey/has rented fin brewing Tetley's Teas follow directions ,j Cove, Mayor Greene and others. In the river him you can't see.
For Sale:-Nice, gentle horse one of J. E. Rush's houses on Bay on package to obtain best results -I has located at 10 Bay- !street telephone ___ i For he has hb home in front of a store, J
suitable for family, dray or delivery; street for the season. The doctor is : 31-Mch-lGJ j: tf I Steam Yacht "Elmar" in Port. ; The Daytona Promotion League And there he's as happy as can be! 1..
at a bargain. tf J. E. RUSH. accompanied by his wife child and i j. There will be dances at Keatings has had printed lOO.())(() leaflets advertising And in the store is a large line of goods ,
mother.Mr. Tom Melton shot a black l bear Casino next Thursday and.! Saturday The steam yacht Elmar: Captain Pea I Daytona Seabreeze and The best to be found in the State, '

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Shaw, of I near New Smyrna Tuesday that I'evenings. The Armory skating rink cock, arrived from Ne" York Thursday.She Daytona Beach. They will send And for having most curious things,

Springfield, Mass., arrived Monday and Mrs. Horn, of Staten Is- measured seven feet from tip to tip will be open Wednesday, Thursdayand is the property (If Lawrence Jones I young ladies around to all the business You simply cannot find its mate. _

and joined the other member of the land. :N. Y., have rented Otto Weh- and weighed four hundred pounds. I Friday afternoons and Saturday of Louisville. Ky., who has rented | houses to place the leaflets in These things you'll find as true as can be,

S family on Volusia svenue. ner's house on South Palmetto avenue J Belle Harbor I leaves dock evening. Everyone invited. I Colonel C. C. Po&t's residence at Sea 1 the envelopes of the different firms. If you visit Mc'Faclden's store
for the season. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle's breeze for the season aid is expected has also contracted fora t
---- -- I League Just come down where the Porcupinefish
\'ANTED--A position by an experienced every morning at 9 for Tomoka
Horn have spent several seasons in here shortly. The Elmar will probably of in the Standard
page space
private tutor. Address P. Daytona.Get FUTURE EVENTSAT remain here for :Mr. Jones' use in the'attN
T. Gazette-News Miss Holt McCorkle has resigned | Guide of Florida. The League re- Is hanging over the door.
office. 1 fl-4t
her with the Peck-I lend ricks \\ during his sojourn in Florida. that all subscribers make "
photo supplies at Bak position j requests Look about you as much as you please
The Congregational Church'started er's. your Company and accepted the position OPERA HOUSE. remittances to II. B. Yarborough, We do not urge you to buy .

an inovation i last Sunday by fur- of cashier with the Atwood Phar- :Don't miss the special sale of la- treasurer at once. Anyone else who But just to examine the curious things, s

nishing each visitor with a neat program The case of Pope vs. Alexanderwas macv. It K H dies'muslin underwear at Moore I desires to contribute may leave <>f which we have an enormous supply.

a custom which the trustees tried at Jacksonville last week I Humorous Lecture by Prof. Lane-A I Brothers Co. money with the treasurer. Corner Beach street and Ivy Lane. _I
SJFor first class ) .
may decide to continue. and resulted in n verdict for about I ------ 1
8 tf Match Between Noted Wrestlers.
$ 1 100<> in the plaintiff. laundry phone I
favor of In '
,!Miss Lillian Thompson departed this case Frank W. Pope] of Jacksonville 6There i is nothing in the candy I Four Plcl..erts-Btrrar Prince. I i Vffiiiiif.ii iii iViiiiI l lr. .NIVN""iWr NNrwm
J aut week for Havana. Cuba, where
sued James E. Alexander, line finer than those milk chocolate I'mf. Charles Ijiue. the n' t.'rgiaj .
she will
spend several me nths with DeLand, for attorney's fees in of J. A. Shanks & Son's Jewelry. New Books.
her brother, who i is in the! service of creams ; I humorist will lecture at toe <>|*ra house
/ the Spanish Claims Commission. prosecuting the Orange City election fifty cents per pound in nice boxes next Tuesday night. The pre of Tfnn -I, -- zI .-------
j cases l before the Criminal Court. I They are making them every day.. *e, .' ;Alabama and els'where --

60Uo to Palm Beach or Miami by Bigger and better loives at the i Try the new Imt, Belle Harbor speak in Mattering terms of Mr. Lane i,I I

water and see Florida cheap. For Daytona Bakery. for Tomoka IJiver trip. and the Daytona public have a rich :
details write '1'. A. Smailes, Daytona. treat in !tore on the orco.,ion of his \i bit icmr
Cash Thomas W. E. Thomas' I ..
Mrs. Marie lUhlmiptm has p'ir- to Daytona.
\Ve can save you money on fine father. left Saturday last for Wash chased a lot of .J. E. Ru>h <.n tie! A wrestling match will take place at : .atsT OOttS

cut class just received at Wallace's. ington. I D.) t', to attend the funeral north side of Bay street anti ttmtracted the opera house Wednesday night between i [

j4 of his aged mother who died in that t with .Jat ,h Esppdahl for tin- two noted athletest'rt'fei.sors '
Since the City Council ordered Charles Leonhardt, of Jackson,' ". and
and buried N.
city was at Corning, erection of a house thereon. Work c.
notices posted cautioning autornobilista William F. I.adue, of Boston--and the
to use caution in turning Y. Mr. Thomas will remain to settle will probably !be ('Om"'IIN'll on it contest, proniLsesJto be an I.'xcitinlone.. I I :;
the estate and will probably Both have themselves
up nt'ltvt't'k proven gladiators :
and after few lectures
corners, a private I lie absent some time. of high; merit in vanquishing their stur- ;: '
to drivers by Mayor fSreene. *Dr. .J. H. Pierson. dentist, Con dy opponents in many sanguinary set-I

there is a noti'abledecre.\Rt' in MI1Pt..1., $Daytona) stationery. II VN KINS. rad block phone 108. tos and a crowded house willereet themon J
in the congested districts. I their appearance here. Admission, I
I I Mr I and Mrs.I C. H. Foy. of Cedar Mrs. D. M. Hampton of St. Louis. SOc; reserved seats. 11.00.
Anthonya' Miff clothing wile ends arrived The Beggar Prince Comic Opera Company -
Rapids. Tuesday Mo.
a |>ersonal friend of Mrs. S. B. will the house Jan '
I occupy opera ,. i
Tuesday. "Get the Habit. i and are at home on South Ridge- Green i is stopping The Cleveland.Mrs. 2Sth. :29th and 30th-opening on ;: ..
wood avenue. Mr. Foy says that Hampton possesses a fine voice the first night in "Birds of a Feather."
\ Dr. S. W. Carroll has had on display quite a number of Cedar Rapids and entertains her friends and which is said to be one (.f the very best See .ur Souvenir Spams and Orange All the latest Novels. Also Ixnks for the
at his storo the jiast week a: plays. The satisfaction
people who were considering coming with her executed company gave great :: Knives. Our will interest
handsome piece of furniture his guests splendidly when here I last year, and crowded prices 'ou. young people.
south have given up the idea for melodies of which she has a houses to their :; Work
own handiwork, made from beautiful negro are sure greet return. Jewelry Repair Stationery of Every Kind. -t
thin season, owing the continued large selection and plays her own Seats will be on sale at Atwood's.The .
grained black cypress. The mild weather they have experienced.See guitar accompaniment. boys' band and drum corps of the E a specialty. The best line in the city.
piece of furniture-which is a pom- Georgia Indu.4rialHome will give concert -
mode-has been the c..mge' of Dr. our souvenir spoons. Our 'lr. F. 11. Houghton returned. I' at the opera house on the night of I j

Carroll refusing several tempting prices will interest you. All goods I' Suite, Opera House block, telephone home.February Children 2d for, 23c the; adults benefit 5OtXo of their i iI j i! | GEO. H. CLARK .I

offers for it. engra\ed free. G[". 1 II.! CLARK ''L' tf extra charge for reserved l seats.

4 Jeweler I. The Four Piekerts have postponed I 3 g Two Stores. 124-126 South Beach Street.jiuiuiiaiiMum t
Lost-Black Lynx silk-lined Street Commissioner Rix is putting their return date until some time in

scarf on Beach street between Fair- There is some talk of the City the of I: in marl crossings on (each{ February. I 1/IA .. .. .. .. ..... ....,...........................1}................."'...IJ.I.J.A.. .. ......... .I..AAAA.. .. .I.,. \..
view avenue and Schmidt's Villa. Daytona' buying a dredge for street at the intersecting streets, vw-1' S

I Reward if left at Schmidt's Villa. purpose of dredging shell from the I which will be of great advantage in COMMITTEE, ON I ::: :::: :::: : : :::: ::

Brothers' store at Halifax River. For several months wet weather. lie is also keepingthe ..... ... .. ............. .. ..... Fine Line of
Anthony new
the city has been unable ts well wateredas
procure streets
Ormor.d George opened Carlon last of week the Palm in chargeof Beach any shell for sidewalk and street repair possible princiml to hold as them together COUNTY DIVISION Ii Itmakesa i ii.

work. which practically compelsit until wet weather arrives It" M .
store. A select line of haberdashery i.
to provide its own means for I II .
procuring I I.
is carried and the fastidious tastes ttTetley's India and CeyK Tea. of Makes. Report of Data Gathered as ]

.Jo of Ormond's residents and visitors it.0Anthonys' London, England, at your grocers I Grounds for the Separation and i I.: iwi.: man nervous : HAMMOCKSJust I

will be well looked after. big clothing sale ndsTuesday. 3 1-Mcli--10 I Formation New County. :, .. : .
"Get the Habit" I : ::: when he gets hollor f I Mr. Lewis, who hails from northeastern An adjourned mt't'tingas held at the : .

readers is directed Pennsylvania and has been Armory last night to hear the report of : mas.:;&/ lle advertised shoes and finds. that :
The attention of .
our in made visit I I . .
BusinessBuilding sojourning Daytona a the committee appointed at a previousmass -;
to the new advertisement of : it doesn't I come up to e\i>ectations.About : Received.
last week to several other towns in meeting to gather data pertainingto
R. S. in today's Gazette-
Maley. the State, including New Smyrna, the amount of taxes paid by the east !I: then he reali/es! that advertising. :
Xews. Mr. Maley now carries one DeLand and Orlanuo. lie returned section of Volusia county and other information I I. : .
of the largest stocks of hardwareand of intiTcs to the movementfor I in and.
builder's supplies in FloridaIn here a few days ago saying he a division of the county. I, : pioe magazines comes high :
found nothing equal to Daytona forcleanliness Fully 400 residents wer present at 'I. the I fiddler.
that has
with his Daytonastore somebody to
4- conjunction tidyness and natural last night's meeting Every: coast precinct -I' S pay
, he has opened a branch at Xew I was representqd! and mauy prominent -Ii i
centrally located on Beach Smyrna which is doing; a very thriving beauty. I out-of-town !'ix'Ople were there, !, OUR BOSTONIAN $3.50, $4 SHOESmade
them beingX Anderson. J. I It. : Bingharn&MaleyCo.Furniture
business. $Daytona stationery. HAN 11:1.i among : in style. are not advertised in :
street for sale at a bargain Price, J. A. IkMtrom Ormond: J. P every .
I Turner and J. J. Birch, Xew :Smvrna I I
Remember the Daytona Bakerycan Marshal Ed. Smith says he has Messrs. Hatch and Howell. Oak "llili,; : magazines if they were w.- couldn t sell them at these prices. :
if sold at once; built of solid supply all your wants in the been kept busy of late hunting up These gen'lemrn and manv others from I!,

bakery line.ISISUIISUIISI. tfTOURIST'S stolen bicycles, having; made several Daytona and C'be\\hf're spoke in favorj i
coquina rock; double floors; ----- -- ._- trips to Ormond Port Orange and of the movement and every speaker was I I THE GLOBE t I
applauded until the Armory fairly shook j I
Xew in the
.1S15111151 even quest. ,
with dock and riparian The committee had addressed a communication -
Some parties seem to be making a to :Senator tams inviting II .

rights. Dimension of building i e practice of picking up a wheel any him to be present at last night's meet : Clothing Shoes and Gents' Furnishings, : '
where even during the day usingit ing. lie stated that business preventedhis I. : .

36x76 feet.1nvestor : SHOPPING : for their purpose and then throwing attendance; that he still had the !
honor of representing all of the peopleof I PFCK & FOSTER, Proprietor
it aside wherever they may be. the twenty-eighth Senatorial District .
will find this : -AT- : It will go hard with them if caught. and that he would act as ;t majority ..................................................... Undertaking.
worth investiga : WALLACE'SCURIO 5 tOur repair department is fully Following the reading of the letter it -
property) equipped to handle any job large or was voted to prepare petitions to be I **************************** ***************************

ting. Apply toMcCoy STORE small. We guarantee good work if signed to be presented by registered to the voters LegiMature.of the count ft v : GAS; LIUUTED STKAM: 1 IIEATKD :

left with wa also decided to organize a permanent IFIRflEXTINGUISHERS
Bros. a WILL BRING YOU IX TOUCH I I us.GEO.. H. CLARK, Jeweler.j.iSISISISISISIIUSISIUIUIUS. body in each of the coast precincts j I
.i I WITH THE LARGEST to further the agitation. 'I
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ASSORTMENT AND BEST The campaign committee will hold a I ; The Cleveland

....................UIII .ii SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS [meeting early next week to outline a !j I
: FOR GIFTS. A Few of the Things NVe Carry: I plan of action. I I
WALLACE has put in this seasonS Drawn I Below is an except from the report !, : Magn'ha' Avenur. "pp.iMU-p t'ri' t.. 4 ;iarage in c"nnet- I I
Goods. Mexican :
line of CUT GLASS. LINES'Alligator submitted to the meeting by the rom- '
a large WE HAVE SEVERAL Work Hand Painted China View 1 mittee. : ion with the h 'use. Ac'>inod.iti.infor !sixteen cars. Reduced
to I
: It is hand cut and TillS YEAR THAT CAN ONLY Total valuation of Volusia county, :
: polished and is of the BE SEEN AT China. Pocket Knives, the finest 1 I U.9 O.03J.OO. j

a best make. We Handkerchiefs: in Daytona, I Proposed new county. Real I.tate'i: : S. B. GREEN, Proprietor. : '
: of it. All WALLACES.If 2,07": 670; personal, 343,470: I $14.00.'
piece I
guarantee every Wood Novelties, 1 .
Orange of railroad and telegraph 527.S.V): }: total .1
: new designs and shapes. Calla Carved Pipes and Cigar I I2.94S.9W.: -I I : Phone :!!t',. llate: lt'aeIiiitl-: : :Sanitary' Plumbing.
and see it. No trouble to Balance (If county: Heal estate, '
: show it. We also have You are Lookingfor Holders, Souvenir Spoons and Jewelry 1 !1 154,410; personal.30S.770: one-half of j .......................... ...........e..e.........s. .1 I UntilJ Jan." 15th. I IBfST
railroad and telegraph, 5-VJ7' : SV: total, I, -- --
looks .
Books View 1
: a large stock of Post Card I I
Sa Sl,'.1.039.: i .-., .-. .... ........... ..... ... . .... .
IMPORTED SomethingNew from :'Oc to :$1.00, Post Cards and 1 As the county tax for all purjnj-es i is !' o..jo.!)! '!( )! ! '!'!'!'! '!' '!' I II

: DOLLS. I fifteen mills on the dollar the result is Feed
: Store Open Evenings. You Will many other beautiful novelties, etc. 1 that the coast section pays JH.234.94: as I WorkingConstructed.
aS .........................Is.1 against' $J9s65.5l by the balance of the' The Seaside Inn.H. I If
........................I*a Find it Our __ n county. .
at :1' As a further illustration of the present ; I .
I IS i : I Schmidt's Villa is keeping up its (conditions the road tax. as levied I Ii: 'U' :'E.ltllL'/.F: i. \ '.'M.l>.\l.l\ 1'1. J -- I
Launch Races. Store. amounts to $14MS of which the coast ( )nly machine in south
aS : reputation this season as a resort for contributes .tH6. against ?.).97! by i :Now ..j.-u f.ir th. ....a..1''tt'!i "I t I I'.HII) ; 7 UI'r: ti"; main.' m-nt, lOr th- 'ivin T i
Races will be held under the I
today I with Insurance
aS : bridal parties. Two Brooklyn New I the balance but when it comes to a equipped -
auspices of the Halifax River Yacht : STEWART. {i
a and division the coast secti"n receives two- HORACE F. standard test.
there Mr.
Club for boats under ten miles per hour. Give Us a Call. : York couples are now fifth, or $>.9S.: as against !S>92: for I
A trial race will be run at 10: p. m. a : Mrs. J. F. Ahrens and Mr. and Mr?. the St. Johns river section. llondsom ant new. "jtuat.J: on Daytona Itatrh, Th- hotel !i'4 modern iu t
SU The township in which Daytona is i; all it- appointment with lar ... v 'ry {1''a43nt! rooms, overlooking 5an
once around the short course, and the : '.. Tester both parties are highly Addressf Box 99. I
situated pays approximately onethirdof tho .... aol tssIt..KatinWst'a.lno and Ocean l'i..r.I J
race proper will take place at 2:30: p. m., US No Trouble to : connected and are very estimable tne taxes (.f the county.
the course being the same as in the trial a Owing to the fact that: the \ :uette- American La France
: young News ordinarily goes to press Friday i---

race.The first prize will be twenty-five gal- a Show Goods. E Call at Mrs. Ryan's and see the evening but is held over to give a reportof I : .J Fire Engine Companysiusassssussssus I
U I this meeting, the report mu't necessarily ;
IOBJ Iou and of gasolene the third, the ten second gallons.fifteen gal- Uj ........... .....ISUSISI S elegant new styles in millinery. ,! be brief. MH .. ,! .., ..

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i J. IV HARRISON: R.l f D. \Yt.OU :< "
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a .:. 'For Anything Electrical] call on the j jI .: ...........................1 I I, E. W., Florida Greene,, do Mayor hereby of the rail City the ofDaytona WHY PAY RENT!!

Maybe don't 2 Ciood horse for sale cheap Inv annual election to he held at the City 'then you can bur a lot, build a home and let it pay for on the

you I : quire Harry Wilson, north of "Sea-1: '. Hall on the thirteenth ((13th) day of >'!'t oeean beach in the world and the prettiest place in Fb it it. ,.
I Daytona Electric Co. ",'bm.iT)'. A.1) IW7!) at which election
object to having your : broe '{' High School tf the qualified electors" the city: will cast New Bridge and Boulevard.
i their ballots for the election "f the following -
.\ movement i is on foot to continue :: officers: A new bridge. one mile long spanning' the Halifax river hay! just ....
t' clothes made of cotton-mixed t '-':r:' South llfju Street, opt mitt' Yacht f'lnhCi One Mayor for one year. len completed by the Port Orange Kridgp Company, and "a llouletardi
of ] from the
marling: IJidgewood
I. fabrics; possibly] you think "a ]itt One Clerk for one year. now being built by Dr. Van Vnlrali to connect the bridge with th -
: House Wiring a Specialty. northern limits of Daytona through I I One Assessor for one \ /
: year.
arb-Iaid sidewalk
1 tIe cotton wont do any harm. One Collector for one V ocean out aa follow: Two eight foot shelled'
"All right;" but you do object I : We have just received a new line of Electrical Hoods. and) are : Holly Hill, to Ormond. One Treasurer for nest inside two fifteen foot greenswards-neat-inside! two twelre foot
Two members "f the City Council for .helled roads and a thirty foot prcenswnrd in the c-enter. All: preennvariM -
toF'1yingaprice based) on "a little : able] to figure /III any ob.| large or small. : j J.Numrdly's Candies.i one .
I ycar.Three to !+' pat out in 1"'Rlllif"I""I..truj'nl, foliage, mh n> PahiH-t-
cotton" for clothes that arc more : .\II tnirk. ;;u.lrallll1 to pa-.s ""IIIJl'nHih'rs inl't' iOIl. ** '' Ilt\kI'sIhcllriiggt.t.I twujcars.One tun. uliro: ,,f the| city -Council for ttm.etc..111inalneeps.krnt.1 I'J J"c11ilIIt..r IIalti." (11'trk'. Crtuu./: ) .

than half cotloii.That's .....................................................: I \isitorn-markcd: l the other, day I x-liuol tru.-Uf fur one year.At in his $tor'' .s of the :Southland\ Mori.-* f that hare made .-\t'ry OIK- want ..
the trouble with all i that the tar}-gt >,h lxlI.l'toll:1) : has :- dn.ti.Ht i:. I.. l n""I l, J. :M. a home in theSouth. Tfletsr'ttu end of lira lu.uUvard i.s guarded l l.y .
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in-I-tars two magnificent blilftX one on either side; of l III.thirtyfoot rut iliinitof
adulteration in clothes, or anything t ..................................e.................. i 1"r.i jail was a strong' evidence! of | I : cal tn the hanl "','l1nlot'ud.. 'hest' "bbif'.tmn.aud nn ettensiie view

; the minute you admit] that" I : I he mall :amount of lawlessness in a*I rlerk.iMir under. nit hand and I the :seat I i>f F' UK iiiidingroiintry.. including, tbf tounuf l II".""..... ind nrehereby

"a little doesn't hurt anything, I I THE REO CARS. : I the citv.For. Ibe'it'if, I II>:i> C titiii' :tI..I'l.y' and m..I'r'l < donated I to Ih.'- ..", ,, of South Oiita. \\ itli tlM..+' '....lrk tli.>n>:
3'ou've opened the gate wide. : i 1 '' order of the City Coum-il thi JanuaryS That they ..llulll"I ustil solely" as |mblic Parks| and, mi building i-hall
A. D. 1907: E. W.
We've suits being sold at .1 ent-l-l\"eTUtml-otta"e.ull ever loe erected thereon otherwise than ojieu oli<>ervatoiie! for a..li.:.Iter
seen Attest: :Mayor of Daytona.T. .
furnished. O'lirien. the Jeweler tfMN
?:f0? to $25 that looked) like the UhiTcv-T( you _.- \ -II N'I( Ihetn. : i:. FITZGERALD rain etc.
: .\ -. i tl 10"111 I thi-y g.. : II Within UK riparian rights of this town are found the famous Port
but when tested showed Era: Varl>oroiipli, ofVst
price, Orange oysters. Tarpon Hay, a few minutes row from here, has. attracted -
FINE'u i Klrst pub. Dec. la l Jan. ::111; i
nearly 50) per cent cotton; worth : FOR A DRIVE take the Reo : Palm: Picarli, awl her cousin Miss: i corn* of the world's greatest sportsmen. In the Halifax om

about j if you judge by the way : I Kathryn (Ciilluni ".f Ratrslnirp, S. NOTICE. I mile nide, studded with i lands, WH are reminded of the St.: I.awienoe

eo they look in a month's wear. Touring Car. : C.. will arrive tinl.iy for a wrt-k's In C''uulJnJIl;"'" Court' nnd her thousand islea. -

That's why we sell Hart Schaffner visit: with friemls.i ] : for Vi Iu;ia Connt.r. Fla.. From the )bridge you will find fishing unoturJoa.-.J: in the United !
They are safe. Npeedy. reliable 111.1 l none but. first-class drivers : I In the }Matter th. :States; -fishing! all the year round. And iav. !-such fishing!! / Gee! 1

A- Marx clothes] ] ; they're all- accompany them. : I i Marshal E. I.. mith'Ollternrlates'' Estate of Harvey Lire in your own hou.... Rent i it in the lIummt'r.! Ibis being the

wool and there's no fraud or deception For information as tn ["'laif- t inti,'r -t nahed, I by these ears, j I having a telephone installed; ] in his Douglas, deceaswl.Xotkt most noted resort in the South, it cooler: than most Northern summer
\ I I i ill ,li..Trl all creditors.Igates .
about that. You know J rates, rte call on or It,'.-|i'Iton.!, I tr,> y Driven to resorts. Here is the five-mile stake on the famous Ormon.J-D8.tona.
: joffiee, cat of the City Hall where | and atlllt'r.cunM hating any d.>-
exactly what you're getting for i I niand ajrain-/ the estate of Harvey F.iKniitlns Auto Race I'oursp. See the nxisH Iiere! .\ road is to lie built from Or.
you're monewhen you spend! | it : MOTOR\ TRANSIT COMPANY\ : !I he can l ht' reached \1-> the ting-a-ling ) / *. dceeapwl present the same month to Ponoe Park (The Inlet) and n. trackless: trolley run. puttingyou
e. j [ during the night shotiM] urgency to the undersigned within the time prcfcriti I i into Daytona IVaeh in fifteen minutes and Ormond in half an hour.
for these clothes: and you get it Phone 2 S.' first: '-' .sitc the Electric Light Plant. ;, dentin, ...l )liy 1:1 w. or the same will IxvjImrrrd J'f'r.t'lnt; will have modern improvements such as a water main.
) C. M. ItiNCHiM, JR,
here. I Administrator with will anne J. "sewer cement .sidewalks stalled roads nnd ample fire protection.
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B. H. \VILLIA."SO3113"'Cr..
: -y"" can tint] suitable clothing Daytona, Fla.. ".'. -I. I'.HW! .. ALL LOTS are to !I.*> sold on the installment! plan-f;2.: down; f I 10n '
I for either warm rr cold" weather at ,I : month interest
; : Ocean and) lloulevard lots f::;OO; inside luG
If you m- thinkinc ImymK a IM'XABOl I I'"r. TOl'IUXG: CAt:. and) : : The (lobe. :NOTICE. i $300: river lots facing on two streets, ?: ;00; corner lots $400 and
y.mI"h t-> 1.11""I,y tli- 15F, I '.\KS: ; ar tli-, l It-I for the ptk '. call on l :*(;OO. Only lWIot.. will
.\. P. .\nlhonof West Palm I be I sold nt tIfigu", but you can have # r
Jirwnt.-to BITF( M A "Ull't'U.tfIIt-, Notice U that
: ; )hereby given at a special i iI ,
Anthony Bros. I: At tan; -rtl. -\. \'< t1r".. Daytona' I 11.1. : Iteaeh. was in 1>.".ton:1: last: Satur- I meeting the city council held Monday i. your dIU: All bnu"evanls 1OO J feet tt idf. laid nut as alwve desintwil.Dr. .

:............................................... ....>i' day: conferring with his business 1: January were ordered, 11)07)stricken: the from followingnames the j i .\"It't'l" J. A. Van Valzah, ''

I associate, 11. F5. Yarljorough. Mr. I registration list of the city of Daytona.'j, Florida. t
I and the same shall' IM I. stricken from the j Daytona Beach
.\ has friends in l '
nt liony : 1'.1Y-
:................................................... many : books unless: such parties shall show :'g&lijI
'. toiia. who are always. clad In. greet .Irt'"n at the regular meeting of the I :
X Cottagers and Tourists at Daytona t city council to l he held at the city hall ..t
DR. HOUGHTON :. .. :Monday, January 25, 19"7.lay I.io": fir iNNINi' a iirWNr'r'rwmNiiiniNmNNNm' '
\\loi-\i| | <-< l to .1-1 i I'illlli' I I'r-a-h: lull foul name should l lie rt.in"tlh.tJrnoltl.l' : ,
DENTIST. : ? T.tlty',: IndU tind'rlun .\ W..llt'I'raf.tJ.Bm.ham ] 4
: : r< .i- ot i 1..II Office: Suite; 4, Opera ]House Block. :."HOTEL PALM BEACH"IVatitifiilly :. Hutlt-r, I Hl'i.l, deceased.Itarlier Baggett and Post t'

W. < ; Ilolllis! ban 'Im-n attending I.. II., it-moved. I
Phone 32.Ua :!. :: I: I.K-.nt.-d Utw.ii till' 11."aii cud l LakWi.ith. 11.1':111111:1.. : l: li 1." .1. Itratt J..ha. deceased.Hroutl .
t'rn"t( \\.t t l'almllt'wILI: ) n\t.rlook. "tin-motor boat ra< .- OIMM-' :11,1, | ''11 :: i the I Ur.ind; l. xlgeof Fn-e and 1 Aectptcd v>>iiitit to its UIIIIU'II""" "<-\t diH.r ,...i ItI"r the Koval: roinriana lint.-I I tall Mas>nis at Jacksonville, tl".1 i Mr-Auw.. :M., removed.:
r c A.Rlf'" an Kufwrd; lily '*. jarI"n". :.:of! links. and "'II'II.alllinI.intaill": : ; n-HiM-d '.'l.lr..nllL..II"ln." .'- I Hamc, J. II., removed. I
.. and fainilk-s w-kinji' : the omiMlatiotis' ..f f a lann> mo.l.Tti hotel, but |.I'.t..rll.e :* uik a. delegate froll1l1.1Iifatl."lg(' (Hark I.C., removed.CuthNrt I Real Estate
t STEWART & 1JLY[ :: n littl* Mss, IIf tin-loimality' of the laif'si: ln>t.-l atnl iiior tiKxl.iat--' ia'. : NI.I. A. H. ( "arhrll\: ..... 'InenJ .)..110, removedIKxiglass 'r.'r.and it
.--oiuo.latt.>!, :'tr.0-.VI:: : niiil.-' ith bath I Ilat.s >:{ to ;j 00-:.. :'1..-. ill \\.1..1\ J. A., remoxitl.r .
I..A\VYEHH :: I PI"'II"| Januari Mh Writ.-for illnstiaf.' t : d boiH.t.Mn. ..+ : in attendance in, his official .-auiity| ; C'. \V., nmoved.4iiiild !.
:: of li..trii f "t'I"lly.nll.II :
: "Hotel Palm Beach, Palm I Beach: t Plorida. ; A. \V.. retnoeil.ll.tirh .
Otliceiu Hank .. : 1
lluilJinjj, I DtLAND: >, FI.if. \ '
I Branch office over Postoffice. DA YTO.NA) .................................................... :J: .\ \....' big 1lutlang salo ends, 1 : I F.1: J.II.removed.llllIlTirUill. n.. nlliord.Harold. c b'

-- Tuesday. "< !irt tin i Habit." : \V. J. rensovell.fluff Insurance

(;rtiirgcV.., nmovnl.llani.fr .
Tinnew cement walk in fnnit of ->m. C ;orge 11.,reunited.Johnson 1. I
1 r. \r., nm""t..1. r
tin-home. of ,C. l Ct.; Jlurgoyne' over Jones, J. :M.. n'tnoved. ib. Opera House Block, SEABREEZE FLA. '

; /lullint'al: (feet fn>ntagi'\ J lias l been Keller, J. C., removed. ,
Lend I.iiidberg, I K.: A.. 'mon..1. 3: .
Us Your fonipleted l and i is one 1.1 {the most ::
EyeWHILE :Miller. K. :M.. deeea.<-d. FOR SALE OR RENT Outs.de Acreage Pro-
Parker.V.. I II I removwl.Pacetti. .
u' :i.ibl % loi-al: improvements of the
11. A., removed.KfNlgeR 4j erty.l Improved or Unimproved; control most of the unimproved) ;; ..
<. :as'' >n Many miles of cement walk .*. T. I.., deceased.IIoMiins. S: pn"|ierty in Seabreeze; represents two of the Fire Insurance ;:
h.ixr hrcn laid d during the, six, L. HdceeoM-l. :
jKist IdisscllAt\ ', rernorel.ltt.cs. !. 7 Companies that came throng the San Francisco disaster with
III' 'nth, and I th** irnjirovements vtilli J. I., removed. $ capital and standing unimpaired.. *
YOU READ WHAT WE HAVE: TO SAABOUT 1 "htl11111'r I H..U'rts. C T., removeil.

I :Slough! C. t., removed. ) J.. I.'w w" ''Ilm..l.m\lwl} N .....I._h
:SiH'intT C. II., deceased. i11 rll'1N-oiY .
; : F.'r.IIt.:: at a Rirgain- -One .:J u i I removed.Wilkinson. I
Tract(l, II.: F. -- 't

PALM BEACH andIH l _:!/U) h. i p. Pope-Tole) auti Wilcox J..I.J.,W.removed., removed. r f >"|""| <| i'''f'i'f' ''|'T'<'TTTT|' i'

mobile. practieallr Ile\"-. En'plirt: | 7.uIM'r. M. II., removed.7.ntcr. ,.
T. (f'. I'd trpht'r. :/Mw) ; \ II. Z., removed.T. .

i:. FIT/.r.EHALD.; San Mateo
.1 lut" anUher word <
the cf t > The State -I
The Most HealthfulThe owners nu r cars.: ------- -

law rc't'tiresall| chauffeurs and, cars, (First; |Iattr.Jan.19 I! : Lit pub. IVb.AN !.l I j

I which are in tlr :State: I longer than Have MadeReputation
Most Beautiful thirty days!" t. be registered with
Providing,.; for the construction of ce- I
the Set-Mary: State at Tallahasec. local It-walks i within certaint'ritx'l| !

: A blank; form i ii: provided limits: |I A
AND Be it ordained by the City Council l of of
i which must I.e filled) out and l art Daytona Florida.STtioii ) .

j t'011I11.1niC"y1} registration fee of : -That a idewalk district I i

The Most FashionableI I t w''I dIH.I, ,.... skill:be 1 Between hereinafter the Halifax designated/ : ISiver as on follows the- I'I'I I' Their Own.

I.east. t., the property of the Florida East
'f'in| Su .:.-Lot on North Ifidgewmnl. : Coa-t Railway (HI the we>t, and betweenthe :

lUs feet fmnt. ;.jU<> feet deep S uth Canalonthesvuth tn Fairview I I
Winter ln I All '. fin.baildiog, lot; a goixl bcnringrange side avenue of on Fairview the north.:I'nu.'IUlin including north said The siuress: of the San Mateo Cigar is one of I

.. the lot. Also for sidewalk district. j the
Resort grove on greatest industrial triumphs of the
t :Sec. II- That when two-Uiirds of{ the I East Coast
l itatt..1 furnished i irlJ"') cottagei : abutting pn |ierty ownerof any ride of j, duce the freexe.
any block: on any strcrt or :avenue ;
America. i 11 Ninth' IJidgewt-ol.: with l"t i I tithlnI'tfore ptNtril'etiohwalk, ,, dis- :

fei t front. I I7"t:; fret f deep Prices trut limits hull ha\e clwieest
structeil of cement in .in-orduni-r with growths of tobacco that the
rt.ttlthih.\.-. Aldr < ; |t Scamiin..
& : >s ; :
I .p|>ccdication..drrady provided for by | of Florida and the Island of Cuba} can produce. and
"1'."" S'uth l.'idgew-: / tt City Ordinance, the n-matning prop-( ) \\"I"'dp1"1.1 | -
with the
city ownerof abutting property where! I I rich silky leaf grown on East: Coast plantations

Daytona has its iiood points and \\'t' aiv not disposed to fob) 1 Uiytuiut) cement '1IItwalki1'f' not -o completedshall the cigar industry) of the ivnrlil] li:>". 1\f>vor .......i.......11._..__ ___..I. 41.
I of ..............I.I/I.11.II' .. roiistruet or cause to be constructed : I ---- "- -' I'H--"""-"'" 'LU'T' b'UUlItJ.For .
a solitary visitor. but \\ e feel 1 it our duty( to iaI\! your dlt'I1t.illn to t.lu- u t tmenttdewalk of same width and sale by. all the leading hotels and clubs] *

fact that to return :North without h \\lnJ1Sltl'c.l the t HUTU ot 1'1, )Hldd: : Legal Notices J grade a> pro idt"tl in exiting ordinance-. News Comjiany on train and by the Vnion *
the of the side of every entering f IOl1lla.'ln.nty .
on uncompleted
resorts is to ha.ve, missed halt" the value! ot"your \ 'est 1 1),1111 Be 'h. |
trip. \ ,u ll! .1.1.t/ ../1/...1.......l: any block of any street or avenue in
I which is situated on the famous Lake Worth lIdot.hl' frost line. and\ in sidewalk district within ninety (!IOJ) days sizes styles and! grades to select from. \
from. the. date of notification by the City
the. very heart of the pineapple region. has sometimes been ealled\ i tin- NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS. (r.tuncil' of Daytona.ST. .

t 'City of Homes." Wouldn't you like to own one ot the homes.1' It has : Ill-That whenever "", -tlllrll"I rOil SALT : BY ALL [DHALHRS.r
also.becn 1 It: 1 laid! tout : S 1' ill !. .Juol..illt'u-. '1 I of the sidewalks on anyide of any
called the Lit%' of 1 I lowersIt you do not. want a h"lw''II itl\ not 1 .I t I :"r. l.i., "i :!lld! !t"l t V.'lusia j i I block of any street or an'nut'it.1II! the r MiinufaiMrv.' ) |By.tS.

should at least come and see what beautiful homes other Nor! lit Tn t'1 I ", ,I ,.,,'f-e th-scnlx-d sidewalk d4.-tru-t an0 r
l pro Int.IN
pie have in the Tropical\ South. c'II.\\I'lI\: : : j i constructed, of cement according to exI W. ROWLEY.iiuJi !IAN MATEO
i ting onlinanifs that remainder "f FLORIDA
i.li fh..nl
The !Royal I POil1l.'iI1i.the Lti'1 \ .lest hotel in t.hl''orld., is alone worth! 1 '.1 I Iv' I;I I the f*>ek i j.s. not *? i..mpletrd! wi'hin. J

coming to see: but in addition! to this the :>\ ruH.. 'TMdnai. I!11 1N)1> ninety day" after pn>per n. tfii .- ,
original alliiiator! pens with '1'- :Cyrus! II. Thomav I j I thin I by the. ('."'111..11. the-City' "f, Dayt I i f qfii .tii4 '\\.Ilf'" holl
hundreds of !live "lIilli\ ors and crocodiles the ostrich tarm. the inimitable! N OH are IIt'm.y ""I"m..llo| appear to ;! .ma hall and is hereby empowered.. to" I,
Oleander I ttn. Mill of Complaint filed herein against'i'ii '1 so! complete and constru 116 n-mar
i'l'nlH.tm'on's I airy .
Island the fantastii rubber tree. t ,e \ in the above rntitlrd causeon! or ing portion of any Mich 1 blo! < k met >(ratentie .
jungle trail, the on'dl1ljil'r. and a ftlur-II\\ \stt.'c.I schooner,','''. washed) I Ut f 'r.' th.. 4th diof' Mjirh. .\. It.. and tincot th T.-i.1 t -li.tll{ 'uj I WE DO if ANCK 00f
j and IIu! ;. !j ctmw a hen on the abuttitiK projieivJj
high dry the sands
on are, but a tew of the wonderful sltlht V ,. ,
s. P\\u! The. Daytona tiaxi-ttc-Vews" !hereI. e IV-That wbent-Mi th Pity :
can hunt. fish. bathe play iiolf.' or watch others in the H.t'hilt, you :st,: t I.. dfupuitrd-a< th.-wsjiarKr in .shichttu I l )Daytonahall v. construi-t :all\ c. ;n.ent
leisurely by and the onh-r shall tit- puHbhcd, >. a wwkf sidewalk' on any blocktnt t ni, 1nu...
I enjoy unsurpassable 1 \ climate. -rllI ttT lioht "hou
> ;
>" four rotisetutivr nit-lc thtI"Df'I' of abutting: [fIr.\| -.1: ;
the weather bureau station the wireless telegraph! station a pineapple, \\ itn>*'- mv hand and s.-:.1 l of office be alloned thn-41'' ;11 >ear< in alt' I I. o<
tlu l..th day of January. I). U 07.. ; reimburse '..utl"ItIf Davtona for. the
canning factory, the 1 lorida t Last: ::.ost1"1.
innumerable, ot her inland! SAMfFI.: I). JORDAN amount s.i exjmwh-d' in eon-trm-tioii t, by
1. waterways\ are all within a radius of :5 miles. The i impassable I \et! I. \\ IIIS.t: FISH&: ("'k'rk. the C'ltIIf lh&>t.riKi and.hahl be alloucll

glades is on our western ),olllHIu'y.lHI) the world's i iireatest hiulmay. T L. I ITZGLUALl. < .to py the i-if'l in thereof in. lustallmcD'.s
Solicit s for Complainant. semi-antiuaily any amt-unto. the tn: '
the Gulf Stn'aln.slll'S our I Lastern short' It may cost you stJllld t h.lId ,,' paid balances dr.iw interest at s';.ei t I t b 1'I
to at Palm Beach i iI i rate of t>) eight jiercent per annum
I stay but you cannot consider! your trip fol) lorida om"pletc I ;i I- trot u' I .>-. t'. !lA"' pul F-b. ?. | I'jMtwd first reading Jon 7. 1<.U7.
I unless you have taken\ it. in. Passed second reading,, Jan. 7. 11MI7 I r I
AJmini..trator.sotke. |I Passed third! reading Jan. 14, t!MJ7.Approved .
If you want to buy or rent a room, buns the lake '. .. I
I : on or orean front. it i !to t .iinty Jll'l E" sTourt i I I ..-
winter home of "iuma .'""lIt.nil.. i 1.11': III.M; : : ; : .
-pineapple) plantation, an oranire) g'l'OOJ') if i vegetable triiruYii : Inthf Matter of tar I Attest: Manor :: .". ..." ." *",..W..ii.W..W.W..Wi...,.,.....t'Jin Wi.Wi.w..w. ,iWii... iiiiin"

1 or if you want to invest: in any of there: and(! !IKluinintird) S p-| (rmrinyestment mi y'btlr KstnTf: of Jennirj T. LHTZiiuALD.' ; : (" ::s I: A. D. fUBRIDE
Crush ilnvast I 'itClerk :
F N <")MMD
write to Not: I.'t' i, .hr.'l>y given that taw nn-J.r"int I i[ President Cashier L:
'lan'd h.I" I v'n al'llOint..1 I., tl... i I
t > 4wise Vol'iiia County' nor 1 j T. E. FITZGERALD :
1) i.l.i. administrator. and a.)administratrix, i ir. ;.E MERCHANTS BANK I
lilt.; tin)1.. of tin- estat* of J..r.ni. :
) The Currie I'.i, 'i.-i.! disrast-d.. and all: ..I't'.lttur1:1.I .- j jr. ATTORNEY AT LAW i Br.n:" '.....1. Casty 8an",

Investment CompanyWest ?-s. .Iitrtbut.wnull I all other I..ro114| DAYTONA, 'FLORIDAAssociated ti Capital StocJ..... .. .... .. ........ ... . .. .. . .. $ ;jp.f"

fai-1 lull t uu.'state.laini", arc or b..tIlutifio.l(]>>iiiamN. aun"t,. !: to preint (tl t..-- !I Personal Liability...,.. .. ... ...... .. ... .. ... ..... JiVfX' ==

th.'MDIo' duly I1l1th..nt 'l1tt'tI.tn the with ? Transacts a General
Banking i
'r Palm Beach Florida !l1'.I.'r-lTllt.1; | within t\\I1 ..ar..frorn tbi'
dn'-1 or "tint.a, ,il11.. foivvt-r arrvl.l LANDIS: 4.fiSH 4 per cent. Interest
"I'llAKI.f.s H.I| |tKI >H. '. 1 Compounded Quarterly f Paul on }!

and we will I be glad to show you every courtesy. \, :!! \dmioirtratris KHITII.:) K. HKIMI.'Imiufraor re Del.and. Honda .;.: Savings 4\l'l'Ounts. j i

i|',vtivt-jy of the estateof J.'imkliru.oh
Special 1 facilities for examining' land'Ult'8
I Ilat..J Daytona: il.i. DH"' lv th, lt i>IG J Office! in Shanks Mock, Peon, 12i, 1.'; Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent :

Mk1'INMkM1tM.!11A4r ML1A IWPIM4HNMM"u' i4tpt.wwakN 1'.s.orti t,M?.'.w...uyliVlA1"Mt' '