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Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1907
Publication Date: 1901-
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Vol. 18, No. 38 Ooe EnrY1r" ". Reaches All CUtte Daytona, Florida, Saturday, February: 1(5( liKT.' ) But_A4..rti.l..c Medium m DiyUn md Vlclaltjr. Price 5 Cents


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FOR PROTECTIONOF I indefinite to drink.period as long as they can get ''THEPASSING I OLD COUNCIL'S HLECTA 01FFORD.NOTED Death of .Mrs. P. A. Newell's Son. POSTPONED

plenty
1.I\\aroll'o-'r-o'n: ( Newell, s".ii "f111: -.
The alligator is a long-lived old cosy I'. .\ New II. ,cd :Salnrd.uy I
i pas quietly away -
ALLIGATORS. OF SALOONSt FINAL SESSION : SOPRANO UNTIL 1908.
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boner and frequently reachesmi lJe..r, morning, Itbruar' )" '.>. at hu\ home C

Fit )'( 8 r... at ;.IN North: llidfi.*w.i 'l anuc after a
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According to present plan, I'mlc
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I Uncle Sam to Take Steps to Restilet sam projmws t
the Indiscriminate Slaughter of wl apart where it shall I I"* illegal to .kill F'iguresonlheir Status-Only S [ City lI..n.Js Cleaned ('p to !llavtoin Slums Lovers at Her I| l.\ let: Uil.l.r ill t the home t o'Sundayafternoon j Daytona for the Allen Trophy
the big:; saurianexcept: ( at certain times aud the remains< placed, m the
the I Saloon Counties in lloriJa. Recite the few lk arJ. I'almctto Club Recital Oeemetllnwise
Swamp Kings. i> and in regulated numlxr In this way ) receiving vault at I'int'wlol cemetery I This Year.
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A century ago the waters and lauds I! It is hoped they will !*' preserved in- I Here arc :M-IUC: in U. 'ruling li:, uics by :j I Kk-ita Iiitfonl: the nuked prano to bo ,,'\lII.\.lla'r to 15o>ton, Mass. The Palm Dent:h-Miami regatta ended

[now in the possession of the United|I definitely. I states of the present status! of the liquor I BUDGET FOR 1907. Mtiger.who has betn engaged by theD.ijtoni I last Saturday at the Magic City in a

[States government were the habitat of''f I traffic in the south : t : Palmetto Club for a lIIu.lcalrlriblltl blaze of glory aqd fireworks. The affair

the world's biggest fish, animals and reptiles I! APPEAL FOR Alabama has :20 counties: free from saloons -{ Clerk.s salary, S 250Marshal's 1trI'h 19. is giving the follovvm IA MAGNIFICENT was one of the most gorgeous of its kind
430Attorney's
says the Los Angeles Times. The JAN ; Arkansas haII counties fn-ej! salary !| ? program of recitalon, her present I ever held in southern waters, and with
I, 100Treasurer's
uffalo from saloons. m Florida! salary 1 totiM-f the booth ORANGE GROVE the things the
was monarch of animals that Every county Ii : : many managers had to

roamed the plains, the seal was worth I i STATE DISPLAY i is dry but S. Georgia has 101 I counties'' : salary 100 j I --.\\: l"J1THIAS:: .VXD SMNtJ'J.j ;= contend witKincident to the inception i
A : Asses .)( 's salar ". 300Collector's
lore money than any denizen of the I! free from saloons; Kentucky laa.17 : salary) 500 j (fll) Alia from" "%-mir et Azor'Okllot It. of such events the races were nevertheless

deep, and the ferocious alligator ruled in i RRR counties free from saloons; I Louisiana i City Physi.ian. 125 I I 1'rencli................................... Ore try That Withstood the Freeze of a Few well managed well run and well
the swamps of the; south. The day of I Of Florida's Magnificent Material Resources has 20: counties free from saloons; Maryland [ Sanitati i. 500 ( ) Ehi: lo trepiedo -Old Italian...... handicapped. The committees were

|their native supremacy is gone, and now at the Coming Jamestown has 15 counties free from saloons; .Mayor's salary 400 .........?......... ................ ...... 1'aLielio Weeks ago-The Fruit is in composed of men of national reputationas
hey would actually suffer final extermination Mississippi has 6.} counties fnr from ..,-1 j Perfect Condition.One yachtsmen and consequently workedfor
Interest on bends, 1.000Street (t.) Star VK-ino-Old Italian ............. I
but for the protecting hand of Exhibition. loons. South Carolina n prep.iriim t.. I I lighting 4.000 ...... ............................Salvator Rail: of the few that the best interests of the sports.
'ncle Sam. abolish her dl.s|>ensaiies, ulmh itisun-. orange groves Many yacht owners were to
1| The state administration of Florida! isM Printing 300 1 id) Itcndtnicer' Stream-Old IrUh.Vrranged withstood the freeze of a few weeks ago present
t The United Stales: government has > deeply. engrossed in expending funds her Ix-cuming us dry :r, tin proviibul Fire protection I 500 ....... by Alfreil Seott (!.. ttyr owned by Feel N'ordman. It w lo witness the events and were well pleased
ado protection of its seal fisheries an powder house. Te\.i., ha I.,:; 1..llIItlt"'l I Ii" w ith the results, and predict that this
i i for services
legal in matters pertaining Streets and sewer.i. 6.000Tatra ( ) .\ l'a.toral-O.t! linglisli.Carey1I.GL1M.1x .ted on Mr.I Xcrdman's farm about
ternational policy it has established free from saWns. Practically the whuk-1 I regatta has laid the foundation for a sc
; to drainage affairs that has
a question yolice 750 : SOXCJS.; three miles north of :New Smyrna on
.i national park for the remnant of the ,, been repudiated in thunderous tones by of Tennessee, except a few of the larger I, ries of !peed events in Florida waters in
Sun.tries. 1.000 the hard rIX"!.
ends of buffalo, and it will boon move ;i the voters of Florida that it is towns and cities, Is withoutalso aktOu; (a) Da bist die Rub..Schubertb future that will vie with any which are .

r prevent the last saurian in the bwamps to to the necessary and a large part of Virginia, NurthCar-'I'I'' ( > .\ ..........._......_.......Schumann Last: unday tbe write, through the held in other waters of the world. ;
appeal public pride patriotism Total $t 6.220 of \"ordma:
..... courtesy ,Ilokedlhrougb
1'In 'Waldcfccinsanikeit. .....Urahmsl
the south from yielding its life t<> the : the state for hna anti IMaw .&rc; while both the manufacture t This regatta: will demonstrate to manufacturers
ell hunter. through ttiat:: Morida press apopular and sale are (entirely fKlhlen. I And 1 mill sinking fund. (.li Krulins-slieil:. .................. Mendelssohn this magnificent grove: and we must of speed boats it is to their
subscript may it is the finest: it has Ijeen for-
our
[ It is only in late years that sentimentS '1 l>e represented' ( at thcroiiiiiig; Jalll townE.iti..n I I by law in )1"ill t". Kin' as, North and ASSESSED VALUATIONFOR IllsMUDLRUGS.: : 't i say tune toiC'w in Florkki. The ;runeottisiet'ttf interest to support a series of races in

grown up in favor of the alligator | The time is indeed !'ohN11( South DakotaFLORIDA. iat( Tarcudl lo >umtner ....Xoel Johnson j about mie tloMisaiid tree!*, all Florida, as it would give them an 01'-|

bat: unwieldy ugly creature was owe for raising sash a fund! for the 1901.I ( bi I Ouvrez\ ...... .............Jaseph Dosauer porlunity to prove the merit of their
i I bearing. The trees are all thrifty looking -
girded! as a foe to the public order, 0111.11 i ii Ifiamrd and the work iniident P"fJ"I'I'4 I Real estate. $1,089,710 /I1'k) urdins unlitre..Ft'ittelsaiihn ,. !I, and are all lo-nksl with fruit un- models, before a large number of .sjiccta-:

'i complete extermination at :stroke the 1p-ili..n| : ( oH-n.s in April, 'but unties MAKES Personal ropc/ty.. 185.750 ''di, l"tve in the Heart...................... I twjclu-I Icy fm,-,. II tors whoric (circumstances permit themto

old have M'cmcd the best thing that the belie| | piomptly rcsN>nd I loridawill i f .. ........ ..........Harrold[ K.: I llamiiinnflie ( :Mr. X.'roJnl3nS" alnwtit every known indulge in purchase of coolly water

aid hap|*>n; but the comiiicicial U>cj I lx tinrcpiiM'iilcd: in the MMei hood GOOD1ONI V Total $1.275.460 I > :'1"illRtiWill l KeturullarroMll: .............. variety of wrangcg, te'gethter with grapefruit raft that are dcnieU to others less af-

j which the tough alligator hide can lie 'of Mates on that ,nfa-iou. The Florida. j ....................... HamiiHUtd ke'napuats |Kathe, etc. His h 11 uent in thin world's gootLs.
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It have made a new IIt'ntilllellt.lln.I'n l i': commissioners bat" made l the following 'I I.. :"I.( .\ Love 'tt'ry.l.1r: Turner salter I i: trees are kept in perfect condition and 'I Considering the time unwise this year

> national legislation will be invoked i appeal. Fro and short were the prav"rr they (c'. An Oieii Swret.............. ............ i for the long-distance race from Miami to
I I From Corporation for Charters Autosand :I the fruit ias fine a-c can ton found in the
> restrict indiscriminate killing of the To the People of Florida' i I i ":II..' .............. I- lliiiitingtimVomlm.in; I :'1 lie i I Daytona for the Commodore J. H. Allen
,
amp kings. On Lt'haof\ the Jamestown commission i Chauffeurs Required to U; Registered ,i 'fhev s|",kp meta a onl m sorrow'," (>irI ( hInaNitr) : ..... ......... ................. Kohnii !i, At f rent Mr. \onlm\ is shipping I trophy, it was decided to postpone that

'(riot sentimentalism alone argues for we submit. to you that we ate \\ ithI b>' Secretary of >tatt.s to private (:trots. event until next year, when the openingof

jtection of the last survivors of Uncle |!,I out funds; that we must rely UK| >II the.sjmntaneou I The Tiillahavee "Hin.sMakiiiK of the I letvmii'I .MMIK4I7 t-..* place Momlay_ ,: (j) Shtniber Song..............Cerrit Smith : After the frown fruit is aU out of the the Florida Eat Coast canal to
it's loner giants. The buffalo had to res on.-e IIf the public- I | std ',m iuiNsiiil amoant <4I h""in.t(" Ik) In l,.>velM..V.. : .....Win. <;. Hammond[ !i I St. Augustine gives:: promise of a much
| State lie will in
forthcoming njnirt p "t! tin. .-..ro.tar.f ]I Isutl' I I 'llIt"(1 the "tf''lti..f tlM.I""h'. ; again ship large quantities -
I from the plains in order to makem spirited |>eople. ; that' Hoiid.i .h"uMIJl' I I I | As ,\ill !", nm From reading thin I to northern market larger turnout of boats, especially from

fur man, but he should have been '1 among the bright galaxv of southern says"An : 11.11to the :amount f 81.ftl't1'e.: : gram. tMft"l.ital.. have l been pro-I I It will those I the north. The reasons fur the postponement jI
item of the st ,r.-tarv's, rrpa.rtwhich pay anyone, especially
> -ut tl and ordrn-d. Then Nib
iven into herds and preserved in numtrs. States that will shine in the oat ionatisterhoat i I i pre < paid. i with l skill and I, are embodied In the follow
great rare sat they WKI( want t<> l lay excellent fruit to visitthis
't cailhot fall to t..t lI.h.t..1 in the i )
The klllinK of the seal to stet theI at Jam stow(. i i I m< .Imleil. ;aI"I..t"el'YttUn,; front the ; with '-< ual fort.** to tu1twcal st-hol.. I I ing letter to Commodore J. II. Allen, ofthe -
| : > affable
eves of is-rent-alts take: nit' lev of th<.- ,i I ideal groTIM<< owner M an ]
annualalari of tbr nuuarilaren
tins is a laudable and proper use of the The tinir is shot within whuti anything states 1 la .darillr.mrredaehane. i I 'nIIII1Y"1I are' a. well :i" music h,vers, as there i-, gchtleatan and aifl be p 1hoa.00t"t.| t.. have I Halifax (liver! Yacht Club:
.
limal! the is done itliBh .. : for the Patrol fire rxtinguut'Iw nI 1
provided killing \\ br ac,',iupli hed. 1 hat we
may not a number whu-h is n"t inUrestinjan : visit
him.
mi-nt is that wtiK-h rdws to tlitamount .haasl tier > yon Miami, Fla., Feb. 9, 1007.
that the of seals lay j! lur sente ago.'ria
r sytttem race nut
for tilunteer
must ('alll] to l nlt.I..lio"L l .
UMIII| you nf into tli.- from Com. J. I IL Allen Halifax River Yacht
n OIK-V paid treasury ,
I .Vssoriation I
terminated. So with t the alliiator. Library ":t..ut'II
,, mat and help in this riis; that weMiniate .
'' up ; the illf'url".ratio.lI..f| 'turn. and <-<.mpanic.s. I the IwilatH-e (i *tool( nf the appropriation 1 Miss <..itbtnl'i. aeeoiiiKtnLst, Harukl) IIHammond ': A few Launch. Clnb, I )a>"tona, Fla
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Take the lives of as many Ii" ate III..t..1 l .- $,>OtllltIul.1 enable Florida !
1111' amount n"lIorlo'd. whichnp-. i Ia young; Chica oan v\ttu i itsf u Dear
of $::MIE) matb in last 'I I Sir: That boating insouthern
; 1 for the purM>se of (commerce but do it to .have. representation at this great eMinion :\-1 year's lKJt. I I :. If. \\ Ifao'hospemtlat: winter power
resents the receipts tot .& xnl l of l,,o > fortunate a.s t<> be able to indulge bi- i
waters H
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The
f it eollet' working toward
i y pdc'sician. a."r r, aIncest
uisdom.Tlie
to
-1 ; according foresighted ,. ( ; that twice this amount is : in UdJt.tha and i is :lJI.illitb; his family
years since last r'.I".rl. i, t.i iIUft. Therate '! great miisH-al taken for the ({ensure il'aiforda I brilliant
.j' is nearlyviK'd l out but i i mayor and clerk siihniiltcil thjr- if I-aite Inn is future is the opinion of
alligator | 1 needed lo make the state hhtltl) her : a guest; < theIvy having; a
s hanged is ?! for etch I..II".I-. !{ him. lie i a gru.lyite of Talc.
f ali. ..or.llik'tl."fit. a large number of who have fol- f
H>rs men
\the big saurian multiplies quickly, and :: last. advantage; that lorida can doubtless I lautM-h Innll at Mt-lhttakTs boat yard
; lars of capital, with a liiuitrtl ni.i\imum i and a Bile there pursued his .studies will, lowed the
in great numbers so that with only leas- i|i I make a. better showing on less epense \- | mavor'.s alary wan hell up until Horatio Parker. Before Yale M I which promir-es to couibinc" .s|>eed. safety regattas held this year at I
of {!;IU. Compared at the minimum entering Palm
onable protection he would' soon flourishagain. ;1 I than perhaps any other state in tl .- matter (a'i IHrefernU to the city : Sad beauty of outline. Heath and Miami.
| ('htrgetheeaptital r-preMiitetl in Ihtfl..8 he had IIIM'Itenr.J years in Berman}
'the: union; therefore we make this 011[>- Ittlln y. .tbl. -smsti Stilltnan raised! Mr. KOMS says just as good louts can The conditions for the development
rl'.rtt'l1| is7: :>iio.(n(0. Thi "4>unf md France preparing fur college, amp at I
Not so long ago the scamps, rivers :: l p'-alto every .patriotic citizen of the !I > tlH-otijerlion th.itlayor flume had constructed here at in the north and of the port are ideal I, and with careful
of levenue has to Urgtpropor ; thesaner time pursuing his musicalstudies
grown
and bayous of Florida and other southern i: Mute who sees this article. I II e<>llete. I the same fet-s us any allowedju.stio he intends t., prune thai fact in this and intelligent management we believe
tions and L- .tlll' wl.i'h ,.r.'u.'C1| noth with the most eniinent tt'II.I..r-
states abounded with the creatures. \Ve ask you to form a committee of <..s of the |M art, ill the mayor's boat. h He is not a believer in fancy the South will have a.s fine competition
I I to few of Iterlin and Ptris.
fug a
Many[ of the older inhabitants of 1>..1)I jour own t.. get in touch with some one I, "'up jears ago ""1ft. huh he cmtemksl was unlawfulfor !; trimmings the butt. will l loe finished in this line LS can toe found anywhere
1'hesecretary re-|port--that :-l.'l ,iutmobiles ..
tone can remember wUn the Halifax ''of' this committee. Io lI..tait for us! I I the<< frason hat thr city charter pros plainly Imt neatly< thruugltout. She is in the work).

# river was far more noted fur the number torrath you |xronally; but v\e ask i iI office. The hate; rr i-try t Ufii of'li"t..n'f'alltomolMit: lilt.. ." Stiles that the mayor: shall: retire as thigh School :Notes.T'ie I coa.striKt: aiii .'t entirely of cypress, The completion of the canal work now

{ notoriety ,I "\"l'rYmanomall and child' in Floridato i al," a ff ,.f *'- for 1':11'1 Ii m.ti s.hrl.carries ... ..'ornpr'nsedi.u, tin- seven. .,f lift) without .'((',IIIIIm High School clo i gave,, ': i" twenty-scvi-n fit in .kfigth, seven under way should make possible next

git to work. j The law niuircs also that ivrrv' prde.- |MTi|. tl''''. riniH .tK>n tnrught'rrarather '| a very interesting irugram in the High i'arai one-half feet beam and will IK l fitted year continuous inside journey from

source, the Tomoka being protected by As you feel a pride in your ,\\II state, sioiial chauffeur &lld| heated tk-bate and' was finally : Schoo! room last i'rithyaftenta.n. S -\.-: '.with sevi-n horMs-jMjwer Fay 'v: Bowen St. Augustine to Miami. We believe

r special Mate IcgUJitioii.: : if you wish to have her rcprexntcd at fee of $!. One hundred.lIalll'l1ti..tt'r chauffeur1nvcctitnphetl pray :t disM>-,'d of ill th' above manner. j i!I eral victors; were present who hecamettdeais ''engine, whk-h :ioukl give her j-j>ecd. that if this fact is immediately called

#,. Formerly the alligators got as far t, this great e\Misition| get to work now with the Law. IJtlt the niimUrof An ordmaitee pn.\iding that an | '" again in the Cu Hatioa trial. J :MW will U- of light draft, !but is ao construclcd I., the attention of owners and manufacturers -
a-I, '
north as the middle sections <>f (ieorgiaand and send us 3 our subscription aid ask I autoiiKibiles m I'tonda as -h'.anby countant >w employed] to audit [ .\1111"'" the v isitors was Violet McCoy, as to he a seaworthy craft, |>erfrctly in the right way, a grand

Alabama but now they are unknown for a subscription list:: for in doing so the report must Uniwli undrr via| IwxiKs ,.f all city officials hantttragnioties I' a charter member the Parliamentary. I safe for cruising in outside waters. and representative fleet of power boats

i there and are only found on the |. you will place yourself) on the honor roll attu.il numU-r i>wn'-'l. Il irotM| >l>lc iM-ionxing to the city was Ktsnfcl i i C'hl". who gave two readings whit h;I :{ )Ir. Hoar LS secretary of the Ewe c<*ikl lie inducted to come South in 1908.

4 extreme southern coa-st line of the southern al..1iII help to lightn the burden that not mare than halt ttw owners oar third and final reeling, and a re!..4wtion I wen' much en|" 3r'ti. | Hrirk ..'"mpalI) t'rt>f...My the largest To assure the success of such a move
states. The writer well rememU-rs which rests upon us all. Unless there followed the IK.SSUE'f the ordinance : brick making concern in the w..rM. with the
inent
have ompliitl "' ith this r>iUm-nM>nt. i| Tietcauha"re have hail a tacatiof *I unflinching support of rcsi-
s when they were very numerous in Whet- shall subscribed a<- touch us !!.iltlO,( ) Vtt it i< mten-siiiiK to oltM-rve. that -? (| io\ iditii:; that t. \. 4 '''nri
btone's lake. Jackson's lake, ('.itoma j I under tin call, then the commission, many haveoluntarilv c >ni|.&iM',l with ..1111'1..1.1-| I a..i. (hi.r I II ('....lIItyIC.iati.tb at Defend. Ian",, i j New Fork City. I He is a lover of uuttbrw and concessions from butt,deam.I -

reek and other waters in Montgomery feels it is not justified in pursuing the (the lau uInn no means' is taken t<> enforce I h.! .dulled hedge t f"i U.nsiun;; "f the Seniors was lean to say that liter, sports, f tnU of great hor-4, aiitot I I tHan\ and railroad companies interested

county, Ala. They are still numerous i I matter any further and will :so report( it. Ilciiiittam-c: i.'i made dint to \ I.1 W.iI'l 'I.t..d.| iltil I whit t h tile'"url- i i might could or should, think about "hnI ,, tnobiling. stating, etc. !I world he l an absolute 11eceaeity.In .
in the Everglades for the reason that it the serntan, who i-s n-s the uumbei. I '
{ to the legislature; at its meeting in April. j
ii wljouriitU uuul 1ltthotsdty' thesis that time hut
Lvuiui during ,
grAiitMting
Iand makes etltr.t it. As usual the I return: a series of well managed
hard them there. I' .
is to get at All who desire to subscril.iII please I numlirr thirteen fell l<> a .siii--r-titi..ii' t.. neeive th rrturns and .lcaro! tlw.l she doubted if she would. It i> rumoml Sneak Ihieves.Ask 'I Iltwt'l'llOOt events equal to the beet in

f An early explorer says he found all- '! notify Mrs.: K. L.1:lagan, vice-president brother, who sent it tack I n.ult of the sic'ttnn !| that the subjects an Wpgewted. tbe work cook be given at prominent
gators bO plentiful in Florida that (.ore'I I McladJca if be caught the burglars I
i of the commission, at No. 210 West -
points where conditions favorable.In .
'II I ? Sometime between Lot i were
t at a point where the St. Johns river is I Forsvth street. Jacksonville. Fla.. so Saturxlaynight
half a mile wide they were packed to : rCl'ord' --- I and MtMMMy morning, his curio view of this encouraging outlook
j that :i may he kept of theamounts
closely that had they kept still he could i siiltocribed stufe was burglarized of a number of welelievca mistake would be madein

have crcaM-d the river on there: scaly'':I Bc-pc'Hull) j I plan displayed in the :show: wioduw, or, holding the initial contests for your
T. J. I.. HROU.V, to be the long distance, this
backs. I more exact, settings were race year.

At first it was for the amusement of President; I taken from a number of pins. The With further time for the proper advertwingof 1
MILS.: K. I.. IIACAN.
the hunter that the alligator fell. It. I i thief or thieves seemed to t>c | trtial to the same alKlI) conviuce 1

I was esteemed great sport to sail down a I j I \ ice-1'residcut; it I IImns one special form of setting, that "f the the manufacturers of the commercial

J river and :shoot: the taurians, leasing!t j : HKOIISTOX Hrazilian green beetle Uefore puttingthe possibility offered in sending type of

their bodies where they fell and making I Treasurer; I'j' a I city police on the sax Mr. MrFa>N their products to ,,'utMrnat an
GEORGE: iiic.r.ix; I
no attempt to sell the hides. den decided to do soon dt let:live work entry consistent sill the beauty dignity

Later as Florida began to settle, the i 1 U.V.. STOHI5S I I oa hi. own account which resulted' in the and value of the trophy would be .
State (bntutissioncrs.Struck .
alligators! were killed off for the protection decision that the theft was the. work of obtained. You are privileged; to make

of the people. The reptiles had ;I! j I! hungry risk nts of the rat variety. public: the contents of thin letter which

r: preying tendciii that made them a !I Draw at Port Orange Bridge.G. i emb-xJy. the sentiments of rae& earnestly

"- constant nuisance. Ordinarily (they sub- \\erc\Nhite House (iuests. interested in the welfare of power loot
i 11. Lufllll'r) '" In.at, the Ceorec; H., I i
piston:: fish, but when hungry they do i iu charge of Captain Harry HoUhkiss, I i: ... L. Howard, proprietor of the White ing.
not hesitate to come on laud and steal Signed littwell .\. Held Walt C.
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brought Mr. LiilTU-ry and a (part) of I i II Mi9e, Daytona teach, recently re- II
whatever comes within reach: of their friends up from Port Orange, Monday. j eeiveil letter front both Mayor[ Paul C.liirth liikcr, F'. Ikl Snowier, W. M. Hiding,
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tails blow from Inch means ..--- W. H.
huge a Merrill John C. Wetmore and
The George II. has been in the habit and Fillmorc Tyson, chief of the I ,
the death of Iambs pigs, and even small I 'i
of running under the draw of the Port I department "f Louisville y., who twenty others

talvrsand colts. Orange bridge, but one day last week! t IJ : | were guests of the White Howe! while II Much interest is being maaifated ui

Every time the 'gator attempted inroads | when it was blowing pretty, fresh and here a few weeks since. I naval circles relative to the pwrha

.1 a posse would he formed and a the tide was extra high, the roof of her :( IS 8p H8 __ L-iiArs! JES6* 4. i iIiML Mrs Tyson writes that his friend, I I by Commodore AUea of the 1>*y City

1 trail of alligator carcasses would he the cabin was caught by a title and In-fore i Judge<< Md'aan, of Luuilvilk',1ensuing j Of fkh.1' rarer, The Secret. CommodoreAllen

outcome of a ten days' hunt. ;, her headway could be Checked the j J "south for a short vacation ami he has I only bought the boat, hot new engine

j It was not, however, until the saurian stanchions supporting the roof gave war!' referred him to the White House! kno..1 being considered a misfit, and after

::1 developed commercial possibilities that | and it was torn off. The whistle |pipe i| "{ ing l>y experience... that he will receiveI 1 putting in a new engine will race her. f fIle

the real devastation began. Trunks, was broken and as there wa a good I the l>c..t of treatment at tl.e( h.-Ands ofj is said to regard the outlines of The

I traveling bags, purses and all kinds of head of steam on things were pretty j :Mr. :and Mrs. Howard.I i it t i I'Secret as nearly perfect and this water: !;

leather novelties could be made from lively for a time, neither of the parties j I II I( er.tftiU prove quite an addition lo the

alligator hide. The traffic took such I I onboard were injuied and i'>ut little'I j Business .Man.' 'I Halifax River Yacht Club' fleet.A .

sudden bounds that in a short time i damage was done beyond the breaking j - -
200,000''''! If you are not at this:, moment in need
'hions.I .
Florida was sending north about of the stam
skins annually.The I 1 ___ ..f some kind of commercial priotuig.V"U Handsome Desk.

surely will be in the near future. F'. II. liogle U: constructing for S. S.Ifcyton. .
favorite method of hunting was i i Low Tides for February. I
We wish you to know that we are doing a motive piece of furaHviv in
to out at night and blind the reptile !! j I
go M. P. M. i E
A. most satisfactory work of this particular the shape of a desk for Mr. IM}ton's

with a strong light from a lantern February ItL.................. 3:;; ; MS: |; line and our prtcr-8 are as low as the lutubei and real estate o, lee ia lee lk

.: trapped to the head of a hunter. Thus I i February 17............ ...... 1:11: MK i quality will permit. We will gladly call I i buiidiog. The desk is of yellow pine

equipped he could get within a few feet I February IS.................... 5:30 5:13 I i' for yo.ir order d iu the city Phone the throughout and will be very heavy: when

[ and use his heavy revolver or shotgun I February 19.................... 6:19 6:3r l j Gaetti'-N\\vs ('o.itnpany. completed. No nails are being used ill

w ith deadly effect. At the present time, FibruarySO.................... 7:10 7:23 t""' .a i in its construction, but in-tead, tile old-
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despite the decimation, there are still I I, February21: ................... S.W >:1J r- ar i I II ; style mortise and tenon and it ia being

I enough alligators to make the business j i February Z!.................... !>a> 9:13 I To Augusta; (ia.i I| finished ia natural cut f pine, beautiful

U of hunting them a profitable one to i i it February 2J....................10.03 10iSiFcbruary21 I :i lfc uy it.iough Pullman buffet ll'l'p- I pieces of of which Mr. Dayton has: been

:.): hundreds of Indians and whites. i : ....................10-4rt I05fiFebruary [ .ng ear !have* Jacksonville, at *!' W p. I fur some! time selecting. The table of

In addition to the sale of skins:: there 2.>.................. 11:10: ....._. i iii.. \ ItUbtie Goat, Lute and arrivesat I the desk is made of inch-wide ttrip *>

is: a demand for baby 'gators, which are j February 6..1 Z.O 12&) s I .\vtu"t.the next morning at ;.10. : cUverly put together tiat were It not

stuffed and sold. rebruar)' 27..1:!:3\.1 1:10 For ('i.dill...a fcservaitio&s see Atlantic for tbe difference in the grate of the

Although the alligator is a great\\; im- ''' February: ....................l:1i: Ili: Cost 1 1.11,"' ,tg'ivts or write to Frank t'. wood it might readily be taken for one

mer, he gets around on land but Boyle-1. .:. U.-er,t t Pa*" Bter treat, solid piece. It will be a, demo etrat4un

Vet they have been found 15 IOWI.I Get the habit. Uuy tic Gazctte-Xcw: \tiaat i ..-1. I 1..1: i I." --I. -'! F'krila. of gc<4 hunber and gwd wotfcm&iwbip,

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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE N E WSh. I a large box of pretty and acceptable FINE I MUSICAL 1 Flute and Cornet Duct, Theodore 'NN/N.11.11..1.................. .. ..-...0.. ........,

fancy articles; Ralph T. Butler the Sengstak: U. L. TafTern.I :

PUBLISHED EVERY> SAtURDAY II song-maker of Seabreeze, donated the Ladies' Trio Mrs. M. C.: Moore( Mrs. I :t SCHMIDT'S VILLA !

\, use ot his box ball for the afternoon and' ENTERTAINMENT\ I C. C. Bohannon and Miss! Elma: Hallett. I :
Editor t DAYTONA FLORIDA,
.' T. B. FITZGERALD, evening for the entertainment of thosein Selections by the Little Orchestra. i: btuk."f the .
I I situated on the :
This house is
kkK : comfortable and home-like
F .'. attendance, and numerous other!gifts; 1 Encourage the I-nnznc in its good I :S beautiful Halifax River one mile from the Atlantiff Ocean.and enjoys the .

e THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY large and small, were placed in thehaueL Will Be liken by the Ua>tooa Promotion work by altcaduis! : .m.l .it (tin- amc : health-giving breezes that are BO common here. The view commanded isof :

t. (.r tht committee tll help "n the j < tllll enjoy the Urtntcrt.iinment: of :: ourDaSloing Lcauty. The house is fUllli bcd throughout ID :u-o.mfortablc b:1th. .
( INCORPORATED ) good work. League on Wednesday the :.season. 'p and adequate manner.: It .has fifty ruuiM, Tingle eiisuite or with : or .

1 E\.nlnr.1February{ lOtI h -- I :. The steeping apartments are large, airy and nearly all have a uoutm rn :
k : sunny exposure. .
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1 t: Entered tt the Po toffic at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. Daytona Beach,Feb. 14.-Mr. Beards-:; I Music lover are anticipating with j I.. The parlors smoking room and reading rooms otter every ,C'51dInd;! !
ley'a (cotta4 on Mitchell street has been I the city home. The dining hall has a seatis- capacity of one .
pleasure the entertainment to be given : he cuisine and
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f. rented for the season by Mr. Mclntireand I $915 IN CITY TREASURY. twenty and is second to no resort hotel in tservice South. The .
.. Subscription f 1.50 Per Year in Advance.SATURDAY. at tte Armory on Wednesday evening : : are admirable, and Schmidt's Villa enjoys an enviable reputation .
himself and wife. I
li now occupied by February 20th, for the benefit of the The new City Council I. for these important features. Z
;. Among the recent arrivals at the Lone Daytona Promotion League. takes the reins of the city I.. Our rates for board and room arc $2.50 per day and up; special I raterfor
; FEBRUARY 16, 1907. and ',,'. J. J.I I i up : families No other hotel on the East Coast ran offer i
.. Hay are Alex McClure nfpl1( As&hottitby the ,program which is-: government with $915 in the !!* on application. outlay of money.
lh comforts and for the NIHIC
-- same advantages
i ic --- I I Ind. .
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= I McCl'ire: \)Angora .
g1\TIII'low. thc l lest talent in this xirmity i i- treasury.A
l, ..........................1 l Mr. -'t'nnnloli! :>ti I Katte, jucsts: t : HENRY SCHMIDT & SON Proprietor ......
is: listing i ;, atnl a very mjoyaoi lr ... ..............111N
MUCH INTEREST for time lilt ..................11.N...
t ii the Lone Hay ionic |$54 rxruiiiR::; a.vurretl t<> thonnho attend.The .
"'f !| SEABREEZE and It.r
altend.mcr at
. Uikc Helen to lit in .
weak I
i of chiIA'agui. i- ('nli-lill/o'/:
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i ELECTION. thc pirilual; ramp iwetina "Iid1', "- *** *********************** **.*.. .-- C
, I IN i the heady support| of i-xtryone nho has :New Lath mj shingle: .Mill. *

[ DAYTONA BEACH i venes there .-hortly.Willaui the \\elfarc: of Dajtciia, 'raltl..lC'i and The E.:: W. Bond Company. L. Dil- rk
others of( the I
and
Ronald : :
RRK :
Daytona\ Beach at heart. The Grand Atlantic I
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[ 1 1r .......................... peninsula young men have joined the the numtci the linghaai and F..t. Loyd hare formed a
Among sptcul
BusbuiBM on
Eatir TkUtot. tit* Daytcn I for the manufacture of lath
this week in company I
r basket ball team, organized ; <<
Wetherby
Seabreeze Feb. 14.-Jerome program are a oval lo by Mrs. M. C. .
II i iMo
'n'* U&tu :EI ctt4-AToUI Daytona. The team: will use the armory and !shingle: Mr. Loyd i it a nephew of i <<
Williams
baa accepted a position in the } I I urt', II.> )tona i Favorite Soprano; !!I Mr. Dillingham and bails. fronlno} ,- I II : NOW OPEN. :
of 274 Voter Catt.I general merchandise and grocery. .> a playground. The: lnitialmeeting ;t Major J. B. Powuingnnd wife, violin and Tet.n. : a .
vile
t ,store. was held ut tie at mory Tuesday: evening.At piano duet, who are too well known toDaytonians i j I I:ounis: En-Suite::; With Private Baths, :
Con- a s It'\1I1 council meeting Monday !I I The new company has 1 purchased theI Milliard and Room *
Mrs. Lo hrane and Mrs. George a:* artist in their respeetivo i Smoking ,
I CITY OFFICIALS ELECT, I ners, of Atlanta! Ga., are recent arrivals, ; night fur the purpose of considering; bids line to need further comment; Mes I rs. I engine and boiler used in the 'brick yard f Electric Service Throughout, :

C l guests at the Colonnades.Mr. for street shelling the contract to shell Theodore Sengstak and G. L. Taffern I at Seabrook and Mr. Dillingham is constructing I : Lirge East and Sun Parlcr, :
all of the balance the
Mayor-E, W. Greene. : and Mrs. Harmon and Mrs. Juiuc Palmetto and Live Oak streets was flute and comet duet. There is considerable nearly y Broad Verandas, Fine Orchestra, *

t I Clerk-A. McF. Porter. M. Kildin Atlanta, (la., itriivitl thu- awarded: Randall Jk 1'ellecier and the interest and query as to who are ( mill at hinovelty works here. They : Fine Cuisine and Firet-CIass Service :
C Assessoi- F. Smith. week aDd of the (l..rr mdin.. intract to Nliell Mitchell street wasavurded i be will ready to begin operations in I C .
: George are gueett going to fill the number entitled "Fid I'
Titu'llirhat'l.. The latter about two weeks.! JAS. H. JOHNSON & SONS, Propr's.
: Collector-W. G. Hobbs. Miss Nellie t rhillips; and motlw |H-|1'". dling by Two Old Timers.' There i is I I II : i
; be l.KatNIn the t
The mill will
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Trusurcr- T. Peck. tar guests of the Uri fe l.otise Let uiu ha e nine or ten teams at work on not a single weak link in the evening's! C 44444444a444..11e41N.41. N.144f44444i441i111C..
i north from the Lake Ashley" tract containing a large
y Councilmen-Co M.Bingham ter. are now at l'kar\\.t"I. Lut t :\-ci Mitchell I>street working chain of entertainment and w,- predict a
bf'itIf timber of which the lath
J. D. C. Morris. F.M. Rowe, ; lo lie with Mi.a Hu-M-11< again\ before the !south ('ndIf the street. large success for it. i cypress **************************3**************************
I; and Mr. Brown and daughter Mrs. Adam, and shingles will bt'rnanufartur,1.I *
Hankins : *
W. Maxwell reason cK) 'M-:''i. The for S,'ahreeze \n'. Daytona 1k>I\.h.
program the e\cmng follows I Th tract which is near hike Helen :
; W. F. Jibb. Mlr..1'nd J. !IA'\\i., Iwby! and in-,ih. i. of Portsmouth, Ohio, are recent arrivalsat I j : Lone Bay Inn J .
l'iano lwt, Mi.Mn Willaumo and I is owned by the E.V.. Bond Company NVxtdtMtr to pcatumcc.
I School -George H. : drs.lt M. Silt of .Atlai.t.i; tirf., ate the Branch house.Capt. I I <<
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Brown (Cimvenifiir to River nnd .Hn. r.VOKU NEW MANAGEMENT Home
i [ and that will kindle the :
h Ludwig. ,ue:ts at the I>ixis: I. nige Mr Lewis j W. S. Bradley: of South 1I.\'cn'l Vocal l Solo, Mrs. M. C. Moore. !' company product I Comfort. Nnrthcrn7able. Bonn" by the seek day or nwal. Senson ors
of the new mill, which will have a <<
.a on the editorial staff of the Constitution : Mich., president of the Citueu's: I I Ii TraiwH-nt. Large airy JOOIII.H. ItftU-s ?7.!X) to -10.IM Special rate for *
if" I'iano :Solo, Miss Norma Williams. II daily capacity of 100,000( !laths 01 40-,
Mr.
l and is a wtll known newspaper: [ correi Bank of that place, and his friends, I : th.V:1son :
i The municipal elcctiontof: 1007 is now >oadeiU. and Mrs. If. K.; Dewey, have rented theLivingston and Violin Mrs.I and Downing.Piano Duet Major: J. It. 000hir.zl' ) :: <'.-. : AIRS. C. E. HUYCK, Proprietress. :

-{ an event of history. Wednesday voters was George W. Jtestor> wife, son and wife'sbister J cottage of L..1: Branch I Male Quintette Messrs. KVllar, Mills i I ......," ,................. 44444444444444444444444444
an ideal day. and a. a result 274 Miss Hale, are recent arrivals and will sK-nd| << the rest of the season Want to Dispense Justice.
Pellec-ier, Ilivins and Cowtm. I
exercised their prerogative at the polls I Seminole there. I
to determine the candidates of their from Lodge Minneapolis: guest at Mr. Peters arrived from the north last Vocal: Silt, Mrs. M. l'. Monre. Candidates for the olfioe. of JiiMice "I ******************........r ft*************************

.1 j Inttrmksion. the 1'cHce mIIII''a'anl.. by the death '.f I
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ibolce. Miss Jul11':11.: : niece of Mrs.I J. H. Sunday and joined his wife at the J. J. : THE AUSTIN. *
I Piano Duet Mrs. I K.: II lI..tl 1 H!.
In tomina- housp., I t&1..i-'I.: Charles Cox are springing up rap
The entire ticket placed Abercromble is expected to arrive Monday Bishop rooming *
tion by the Daytona Husine" Men's from Anniston Ala., on a vUit of Artist J. It. Wiloo.\ and l wife are d -\vn Miss Hotchki.s.s. idly. So far J. E. Hush J. It Cole and : Overlooking Jhe Halifax 1'iver. Daytona, Florida. :*
j Voeal S.Jo, with flute obliguto, MtC Arnauft-cl that they hate a call liilllheli'e.f I C
League was elected. several months.J. froniTomokathis week plt-asantly I.- : lIIM! ) LAR< .rSTlk: >TLL.: IN THE C111. :
& I S. Rieman, Theodore Scligstak:; th.Intrly .1t-f't..1: Jt1st ;
for the respective the Hranch House.Mr.
The total vote cast It. and of Columbia (.at..llOt
Carpenter family Fiddling l It\ Two t ill) Tim-ri -. tier.MERCHANTS'. R AVw Honsc With All Mo l lrn Inipnuem*. Strain\ Heated. :
candidates was follows: Tenn., and IissIil'e Batter and and! Mrs. Howanl and their guests> i

Mayor-E. W. Greene, 154; O. II. Mrs. Frank Myers! of Atlanta, arrived went picnifing to No. 'J. W.-.hie>*lay. i I I II : W. W. AUSTIN Proprietor. Jl

Seaman, 109.ClerkA. the early part of the week and are pleasantly and had; a glorious outinx-; I - ........................................ *****o***...**,*..,*.****ii t****************aaMMMM* -, *j

i McF. Porter, 233. domiciled at the Dixie Lodge.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Nichol and fiend Mrs. .. -
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\w6llOr-W. II. Edmondson, 110; and Mre.I Charles Lees: charming Osborne: of Illinois, arc among the recent -i **************************U**************************|

George )'. Smith,135- I Massachusetts people why have been at arrivals. They are occupying BANK .11

Collector-W. W. .\ f'flnlbi16\ ; the Seminole Lodge for two months, left rooms in Mrs. llrbbard's. new cottage.E. 1 i THE MYRTLE
W. O. Hobbs 137. II iIH.1\1'II, of \M.I-\| | MHi" It t\It
their
yesterday f..rIt! \uII"tinc on
A Branch: h..<) rented ow'iii- in the t
Trewurer }'. T.1'eckJ. I ( Lovuted.) Room an-l Board s
way north. Hibbard tat to Mr. and Mr. l.ipp. ..r IPAVIOFLORIDV Vntrally KVg'unt $ tu ill) a week:
Councilmen ((2: years)-C. M. Bingham The flooring in tile Rivcnburg: \\" White Table Board 1 a !t'lwcmlty11| Modern Improvement
Spring.: \nd a
182; J. D. C. Morris, 145; W. M. house is being laid this week and m a i.I i.

Moore 43; J. M. Osborn, 54: Joseph matter of ten days or two weeks they Mr. and Mrs. James l'aytn r >ou>ers VOLUSIA COUNTY BANK j: MRS.. CHAS. KOST, Proprietress.
at Ocean Spray, had an all day outing .
F. M. Rowe 96 Henry
79 ;
Osborne ; to IK cozily established l in their :
expect at Port Orange and Ness Smyrna Sun- I ....****.*****.**.*..*... 444444444444444444444444
Schmidt 63.Councilmen
new home. I DeLAM/ : (), FLORIDA t
((1 year)-W. Hankins!!, Mrs \V. .\. Haggett has just heard day. They made the trip on their

197; W. F. Jibb 196. from Mr. Haggett. lie has bought a wheel, and had a most cnjoyal.lo time. : Condensed Statement, January 24 1007 i ************************** *****************.*******]

i Trustee-George H. Ludwig, Mrs. Arnold, of lV>rn, Ind., i.s the
: one-half interest in his son's (Jim Hag ; ,.rul'tr..Jrr'. : ,wield !
guest of Mr". James O.-bornr. i n the : THE GLENN
1S9.Dr. .gett) general grocery store on Evergreenstreet
E. L. Stewart failed to qualify as Jacksonville. He writes that. the iK-aili. -- \ .

j a candidate for mayor and requestedthat business is a g'xxl. one and is pleased he The council awarded to A. Vande- i : A I lloniflikf House with all Modern Convenience. Board with or

his name be withdrawn: from the has made the change. Mrs.! Haggett Vorde the contract for laying cement iI I HE50t1CE.LI.HJLlTlt.: : ) y : without roonm. $1.l :'>0a day. Special by week.t .

official ballot.COUNTY. will join him in about two weeks. walk at all street Intersections included ,I Loan, sad Itlll4'OItnt 'tIt.ai& ('aulral Muck, t Ad.u \I'' t
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Stock nn i Komi .. "iCfrtiii .il rotJUtJrdOverdraft Mrs Ella H. Glenn Prop'r
< .surplus Nonh rvuh st. Fill ,
:..-: News of the death of Mrs. F. I'. Key, in the recent ordinance. .* ...... WH M profit........ e-U--: nnytona.
wife of Dr. Key, of Nashville Ga., was Prof. Selden of the Hanking hou..ee sad KM- 1"'p'I'II''I ':.'J'to \4444444444444444444444444
SEAT and teachers public lure, : Orllllcato, vl I'.n....11&-[..- II 444444444444444444444
her Mr. and Mrs.J. yolushc'otianktr.l.a; tiiaml ( ; ,
re1at 1.1".1111
recciby \f!, !school left Wednesday fur ie:Land i yi
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B. Abercrombie, this week. Mrs. Key to attend the ('ounty.s ci:1ti..nhich :Herchanty neat R'Iale-.l lIalik.. H,>ir'- 1Jct** fi ltrtlneateottwpeM-71me.-ri.H->, 6.: ............................................... ..NI

OF VOLUSIA II..lIuli"OUII ",;
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as the charming and lovable daughterof is in convention thcrs' The pupil..ire: t'.b on hand and In Rank tlT.e'.i: torutai
Dr. J. I.. Selma, of Douglasville, (!ia.. enjoying the holiday.Mr. .-,--- i I i M. ELLA DE VOY CO.
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1It1lt I-*,:*! n 'L.tal I".1: t t11NN ti .
visited Seabreeze several years ago and and Mrs. John Deer and Mr. and I '
o May Contested for by New Smyrna. won many friends during her stay )here. Z : SPRING
Mrs. Roberts have returned rr..ml: ten I.>............... .N/NNNN.1.N1.1.1.1NN.1< ; OPENING
Mrs. J. F. Hatchett and two ctiildren _
1:;. Port Orange Dayton, DeLand arc here from DouglasvilU. Ga., on a day trip to Cuba. i Thursday and Friday, February 7th and 8th.

f ct tl. If Division Is Defeated. visit to her sister, Mrs.! J. W. William!?, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. HIackmore( ot Moline ............*...+.........+...........+..1111111.1111 : Xo Ii :South Beach Street, Daytoua."THE .
111., and Mrs. McKee and two ........ ..................+................
Voluiia county is not the only countyin on Pine street.A daughters have taken rooms at the ll.ir- *i A Place to Eat. LtCartc Sei vice from *
tie state that will seek to be divided telegram came Tuesday to Mrs.: Mul- roun apartment houx- : 7 no( YII. -" t n 1 30 P n,. ..+++++.........4.t.S4..+.++...... <

the b1ature. The north end lett and her daughter Miss Martha Mul- i.
by nat Jq I .
\ .... (If Dade county will also :seek to sunder Ictt, announcing the death of one of lrs.lul1ett's IZ I CAFE : PINES -
MAC'ST .
: daughters at W-lliamsoiijMidi.' .i ,
the bonds that bind it to a section: : ,
where its interests suffer: and desires to Miss Mullctt left for that point on the I Card of I hanks. 'i 1 .\ New HOIIM; With All Modern Con ..n t.II'j \**. -

be set off by itself and constituted a afternoon train. Mrs. Cox and sister i wish to extend | An-omodatrs f o. $2..V a day and up. Special by week or mont; -

t new county. I'I't The city fathers have purcha.-ed: : for I their hcatfelt thanks to the many friends L. C. McCANN. Manager. 'j An attractive House with lard;. nail airy moms, hot and cold wat
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i 'l. The petitions asking for a division the town a Vran-new up-to-date !street who so kindly remembered and assisted: i i : : through the home. Hiilplmror unit water baths, electric: lights (urns

{ Volutia county are being rapidly signed,I' roller. i them during the illness and death of the ''J .;'ill Suit I Ikwh: Strict, Ihiytona. H.iritla. J h.-at wideran and t I"i'ht'DSnme las and its !Kouf of Garden the pleasant wWrejoii features of The I'ine are .
have
'. and when the campaign committee calls At the regular monthly council meet: I their can a fine tiew
husband and brother of home "'>- tin--onntry, river and owan. The Paws; i" situated on South Riiljrewon!
; another mass meeting it expects to be ing Monday night two |petitions askingfor )pccially to those who assisted in funeralarrangement : The best lUkciy (;'MM-! on ( arth Hoim- Made IV.s, Cakes and Bn a-l .1 tlw hifflM-Kt avenue in "1tOl. a. Rooms single or en suite, with or wii

t in position to give a gratifying showing the grading and shelling of fine .. and I who sent the floral $ at M. cCafe, all Home Mad.: B.tked for the Trade. j I out private 'bath.Ol'KX.
\ of the work accomplished throughout street; from Ocean to Glenview boulevard MRS.' FROM NOVEMBER I K. TO MAY 1. =
I( (, and Grand.iefrom Ocean to offerings. : ....................................................: :
I. the county. E\IlLIE.t.1.1I: : ::. ,' RS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress. _

f 1. Petitions asking for a removal of the Glenview, were granted. _ i
t county seat also being circulated Miss I Jerome I -- h ......N1.1.1N...1s.....N.1NN..N1.N*...NNI .... :us South Uiiffewood .\1'11 lit'. D.\\'TOX.'l.ORJ
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\ t that if the county division matter fails Mrs. Julia Allen in her handsome home ,I An l njo>able Affair.

f i 1 an election will be called to determine on Valley street. Irl1l.'n has just I .\ pleasant four-luinU {wgrvc ivi- I Hotel DesplandDaytona I ........... ..............NN. ......N..NN.N

lil l\i! \J whether or not the county seat! shall l he had some landscape gardening done on I i euchre: partywas enjoyed by the gufNt.- I i

t removed. her place that greatly enhances its at- of The iV!'pliind, Thursday evening.Mrs. The

1 : The latter petitions specify no particular i tractivencss. A spirea hedge bordering I (.. .\. Young of (h-can Grove Ivy Lane Inn ii

r L town for the county scat, but leaves i carriage: driveway growing into a I won the first ladies': ( prize; and MU I i [ Florida i
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: t that question open to all the to'n3.1 thing of great beaut- Eleanor: Gordon, of Hazardvillc t'onn.. I Palmetto
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: Port Orange New Smyrna, Daytona The church bazaar and muMcalc which !secured the ladies' consolation )prize. ,

DeLand and probably other towns will I took place at the \Vilmans oj>cra house I I Captain C..A. Young carried off the "THE FAVORITE I OPEN DECEMBER 1.In 1.

I ;" .. will be candidates for the county capital Wednesday afternoon and evening February first gentleman's prize an alligator

when an election is called to deter- 14, mention of which was made in handle corkscrew and Dr. I). W. Riggs.of ,'I the success of its first season this house proved its ab

:i mine the new county seat.Ormond.. last week's budges was a "'eautiful..uc- l'itt.burg."as the winner for the mnsolution : OPEN for the SEASON: 1906-07 UNDER( MANACiEMENT OF : t.. please and satisfy! those who desire elegance with all r >mi!]
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and netted the diligent band of | C. 11. Keelcr "f Dixon. Ill (4)0k'< 'I.:?' L. M. Waite, Owner and Proprietor. i i

workers the encouraging sum of 4.;."> a--1 i l'.ne hand prize, a painting. :
I 1+..1.....1.....1.....+.1+...*.........+...+...+. $4.. MRS. FOLTZ Proprietor.
a result of their concerted effort. | J ,

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cottage for the winter.Mr. for opening escorted a Gazette-News: the rtprcjontative -I Don't miss the k t ... ...... ........... .......
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i Eldredge and wife who spent m up prettily k
t decorated with |iahmito fan and K Palmetto House. |i i Attention
t, few weeks in Ormond last winter are other evergreens: to the auditorium k ik Tourists.
with tu: again th Mason and are stopping x \11.1.11 hirers ; Fine
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of' at the Rose Villa. where quite a transformation had) taken GreatReduced i fhars.' You tt'tl. find the Laup-st tin. -rt

; A boy born to Mr. and Mrs. James place in the usual appearance: of the Well Known and Popular. t : Finest VarieTv and
roomt the foot of the touts and :
j. Stanton on last Sunday is the most joyful ; Best Quality of
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news cf the week. wherever else the most telling effect I ; Overlooking tlu beautiful; Halifax Kiver) at the

I might be had handsome: foliage plant '
Kt. :: Mr. and Mrs. \'ucl'.of Pit tabu:c, Pa., Daytona.homelike) and comfortable CITY HOTEL.
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I arrived this week. were set singly or grouped rn masse in I >Zk _

i' A. G. Wetherbee w building a very booth.Of relief or. as a charming background for a houe. First-class in all re:>" icH.' -1:1 Orange Aenne. (Fom.erljr J iM.Ttona HouwTvx.nt.v

pretty cottage on the lot west of hisi J ,
I i i home, Mr. Carleton being the con the booths thtre were five, vw. j I Saleon tca I .liffm-nt Brand of t-irst-flnse t. ts,

i tractor. the candy and popcorn booth Mrs. J. l'. d j a
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charge; apron booth GEO. H.
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the Mildred Villa, is on the sick ILjt. Mrs. J. M. Field in charge; ; the fancywork 4444444444444444144444444444444444444444444444444444 ,

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charge; the children's booth little Miss ----

c Died at Palatka.c Gladys Wannicut in charge. I ***********....****..*.**.- *****************-*** I IC

i Mrs. Annie Hudson, wife of Joseph Mrs. E F. Britton served refit shments I r..Th.s..ti ;; .l *

I Hudson of Palatka died in that city at the coffee stand and Mrs. T. }-I j Cut Glass I The White HOlts

I Friday of last reek, aged 27 years. William at the ice cream and cake i

t Jl The body was brought to Daytona on stand.It I-a h "trt .t. ,I..twr .ii \ o..ts.a .1, "..<"..:a.t. .i1. rtu. I r'
Ii Saturday and on Sunday morning at U a matter of fact that whenever : E. L, Howard Prop. _

if I tl 8:45: o.clock, services were held in Bing- general attention is directed to philan- Now Open for the Season of 19067. << Daytona Bt

i i ham it Malef'a undertaking parlors thropical work number of lit- Ii pod Spoons : I
a grateful
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: 'H'.JS.' : Tin.ro'iih, > I -n.i\.i.l! .Vv F>.rm>.i..nK>. .., In,; -. ":.. ,sI : Situated un high land overlooking the tl
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Rev. B. Gibbons officiating, and tle surprises are sprung on those who : Allan-;; ;

remains were interred In Pinewood Cem I are burdened with the responsibility of I r.\t,:. itclnl> J a :01'+ ,ai': t\ 11.1. H".j'; \..t i 11 t,. :. i I L itig : east f and flanked by the broad Halifax RiH t r .* the wci; A

.I:: etery. ,such und<>rtakin A point of illustra- Reduced Rates for December and January : (' pleasanter or more delightful places in which! c

': Ur. Hudson is a brotHer of Mrs. T. B. tration was not lacking in this instance, At WALLACE'S{ : winter months than the White si]
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Brown, of this city and he and a child and several handsome donations were DWIQHT R. STILLAIAN f I : clubhouse of the Florida Davuma BeL: : F1

} of five or six yean are left to mourn the I made to the bazaar committee. Mesdames Proprietor.: : East Cats \ut -.d '.;la Is'.;.::,
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li demise of a loving wife and mother. Kooulton and Uoulton donated I Mi NN. N N1.N... $4 NN1..... ...... *<< ****... away -

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iE f'1': Conrad A (Vs. oM stand: ,; AND PRIMARY SCHOOL. t

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:. GROCERIES i *1 :.1 i!I llr. .t*\.t..I-| itfthv.u :. S. \KI.I-I-WO.M! This beautiful: new, 14-room residence and 550 feet of land facing Halifax


: We can save you considerable 'I l I.l'.tulin +uti.rus} >-HilU-"s" ijriljr if'lcC. Avenue at Daytona Beach, will be sold at a bargain, if taken at once; house :

C. BOHANNON : I

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ J) 1'liysieian and Surueon.I'lfirf is completely furnished; garage and stable: hot and cold, hard and soft water; i )


or 1)) .- \t".II'ltar..I.I.| : I bath and all furniture I :
improvements; new: street on front and rear of prop- : i
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:1 N... 14.; erty ; land 150 feet deep: adjoins the club house of the Florida East Coast 1


The North Beach st. Grocer. ', E. L. STEWART. M. D.: Automobile Association and '
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Physician and Surgeon
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A. I L. Reid the Tailor : : t t.iii, ; W. I B. h,-<-k and l wife. Mirr. I':..: I Miller\ =Strohm Co. [ !
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: SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS : ill :.1-1.1.- Ial't. :..!.. :.( aII'II' ( ? h. link-, \. ., \.i\i\ I'i.l., Miiin <1'.lnu-trar.1.t'' k-otivilli-' ; :O.lar.uak.1I"lIllf'T ( iI I PECK & FOSTER. | .
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I Largest_! aril,
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lI\rny. Mi-s Ilurvy, Buffalo; 4:. T. I ( : FANCY I
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: the nuu.IJ-r nt I..-rtha, ur .1 lw> MatinirapiU'ity of jiininj; Hall, thu. in' I Xw Y irk; Mr. and SIr. t'r.itiki'oiiraUi. ; ; .Vluiiis : "
,! fill pnsst! -I.U. TH in.ivi! illnaiwrrawan.l attention. ItiKlfiKf I :\>i, :.. l LULL: ISIS \-4: 1'KODFCTS( )I { I

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Through tit Lft. cold\ to Xortlwrn\ !p..int*. For full InformationrfpanliiiffattriMti..n .. D. D. AND C. M. ROGERS S l.-ph.m.) (C'0.:11: in. \t.attlw\\-, 'j
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"I..rlda I'u A lit. : Mr. and l Mr. S. \ rra\\forll. .biao; ; bnti; W. II. Ikniuni;. J. II. Mtiin., BUILDER,

l .......a..8..8..I..a.a'.r II. Hark l' xalir\-iit. ilaytoua.&'e..o.\ .......... I.ttt.u.i' l/flirt/ I r..I.t.lj..hl.d 10.;.;. I:. I'. Broun '11..1Ioir", F..r-.vth, (...; .:....n-iaiJ; : S. Ty-i, Savannuli : W. I'. i i :j .

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K. JOHNSTON Proprietor ,, ,
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: II. R. Patt-naill. M. I:. fouu. i .F. :S. : : HOl'lill AND: UKES5EU
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J. D. Carmichael. I lla"|.y. M: X. t Irghoiii, \lal..h.--!
whvic I.- hn '..It.cJ until 1! Sat urtlay htwlici. Window
Attonu'YarLav i.i ; I and Door Screens.
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: 5. DAYTON: \1: .J.( I'. I I"I.; .. MiV.. :M. MoFa-. f.>; jn.ii.t- --uth! ;. ..> Vai.ilTftli., ,.. I lit.:' Tiiiiiiiiy.. i&.lrIt'rltll I"AWIJlf(
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Jli11 I'tulip White t ij.y'i. nit at j.tla-t:
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Hugh :\"rt'.n uIII l F tak H..b( n.T MouMinjj use.
Lumber.YELLOW Iii r. M .,-.' I.". J. It.I'rnnul;: >;hua! ,
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PINE AND CYPRESS SSLSSS l:,11AII.RI1LS. : : ;.. : : with the ohjt..t of : ivinyatifartioii./ : Ask!! for what
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Yard : Magnolia Avenue and L K. K.: C. Hailw lY. .a, i M: l.ih'; u, .11,. \H j* .'t J'..dI I.t.i. !Ia.mr.: : ii'-i, vvai.itntrh. ,d I M' n-

.... .'. !h. :, r. "if.C< ,".. ..z... Jan.-- .1 II' ,, ::11'I f ik< -i I p.ity: t .t-.un tii.- Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.'

Estate ( !I. \I M. ( '.C.i fl., .1 Htm" L -. K'i"1'! >if ac.; i :"- ,,

Real .'f : .. i\ t i.:1.: \1, II., -. I.ouk( fill' tiniu'n on North Hid ;owood Avt'iiiU1.

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AND CARE OF PROPERTY. u.:. 'It !H I '\. \\ 1 .t\ ; 'I'I : '. r. - .- --
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- Heal: Estate (Hire: 3tt) S. : .:. ::1 11." '::.i,' 1C.tt. ark '.1. htih I \.i\\ ..:': i i- _';, -t Daytona Ice Company .

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w. H. EDMONDSONt aua ger. ; t 11. 11 II:' ..:. : ;, .fC'. W \i J \1 t i i. >. .i .t' : -' n' i
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DAYTONA, FLA. d. I u ,'. II I: "fti\'f't '. L.-: Hu! ,,- ..;- i JI..v L'I I i Made from Distilled Water. *

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t, : ; CELEBRATION OFWASHINGTON Progesslve Euchre.A I Additional Hotel Arrivals. .I.I.I.I.lS1.i.1.1.1.I.f.1.IliS1..I.ifiUNNh:

: very pleasant progressive euchre WHITE HOUSn-Mr. and Mrs. H,

7r DAY party, conducted by .Mrs. J. H. Johnsonand II. Hathaway, Miss Virginia Hathaway, BARNES the Novelty Man? i
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c. Mi?. J. Thompson was enjoyed by New York; C. K. .\twater, Springfield ,

KKK I the guests of the Grand Atlantic and a Mass, W .\. \ rrdm. \tlauta; Warner .

1" 1t I[ number of visitor Tuoday evening Wolcott Jtffei>4ii. Ohio; Cu I. R. B. -
Making food by Red Men. I .. : SELLS EVERYTHING.hsptxially !
Progress
IZf : Then were eight tables f plajersI Kyle and wife, ialsjctij| ; AC.. .

: t : I AH Public School to Be Represented orchestra discoursed excellent music Short and wife, Malone V. Y.; W..t. : :

IAgw tie by Historic Floats. I during the progress of the game. Nickel and wife, Milford, IU; Mrs J. M I : } Statioutrj, Fishing Tackle, Croclery, :

I. 4 Fr kk The first prize, a silver orange knife, Cheely, Mrs W. E. Eelaney ilhamsburg I : Glassware, Lowney'a Chocolates, Souvenir PostCard S

II I Ii The committee from the local tribe fRed was won, by Mrs Frank Conrath. The Ky.; Mrs (). S. Osborn. Milford : +, Talking Machines[ Dolls, Toys, and KctionaBARNES :_
Men of the -
I t having charge arrangements second prize was won by S. S. Granger, Ill; Mrs M. Marden, Charlston. Ill; U. 5S
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t Jr a set playing Hambrick A. E. Henton, Georgetown. : : ..
yh O day parade reports having made leather ease Mrs Alice E Sowerbywon K).; Jno. C. I!j burp, Salina, Kansa |I Sis
9 (, excellent progress so far and expects avery the third beautiful hand- :
.. } prize, a ---- - I Will also frame your Pictures, sharpen your Sawn,
Cfl fine turnout. The paradeis '
t proposed
painted The consolation
pla-juc. Prize
f being discussed:! and encouraged in j Has Changed its N.rnc. S (Ktme Stisbors Lawn: Muwere, Ltc, and "ill :
t ; was cut for by all l hy all but the winners"
I every manner: l posMbl by the businessmen t.f the other prizes and 1 fell to MIPS ClaraW The )'tnut Promotion League at repair almost aiijllnii (Lat is fut <'f wha< kIii. S: -

":- ...': oI and citizens; on both Mdrs c.f the I: :tiwerby.: It. \\:,' a lIm.I..mr. 1'11\'f'r. tlie uicrtitiK !livid! I 'fin'-,I..y ni:;lit ;eri l ptol I{

d 1 nvrr Lverjvncexpresses: the "pintou i ".li\tilir. yn..ii. I'la '"n'11lI1tGNmamd! In l '.Inn ind nil:ml- Fact, for Any Want, Remember :

I I esf : that :a publii duuoiistratiuik: : ..f this 'edufsd.i}' \\'uiug the ;\ll'\>t'" were ru..u.IJ vote t., o'h| :mc.; i IK lI.n.f tlw. .
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.0 l kind cannot help but rtMiltiug iu tin treated to a performance bv the 5wiss I I MKUtWU (to lituiti' Ix-a,ut of Daytona i
1e encouragement of future celebrations; of I' Entertainer Seabrcezt and Daytona Btach |I BARNES ,

I like character. The people feel that this ._ .- - .\ committee consisting" of six, three' :
t 1l phase of our public life has been, rather from Daytona, one from Kingston, one THE NOVELTY MAN. :
I' neglected In the pa t, and if the Red : VALLSrnE: : TUASr.Sheep' from Seabreeze and our from Daytona a

Four Sailings: Each Week i I Men succeed bv' their coming parade iu f eyes for Daytona from Sheepy- H I1I'b11.. appointed to present a : 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. :

t : arousing the public spirit along these: head R'Y.J j tuket of offictrs: to govern the league, PHONE JUJ.C. :

JACKSONVILtE\\ NEW YORK. lines they deserve the thanks of the Here: to Daytona, the fair1Baa' to U. \"<>ted for at a future meeting I ..................1.1.....I.1.I.1.I.1.I.1.1.1.111.1:
country for their work. !-baa'! I
(.Amn.t. Plini-Li.lt/in 's. P.. 1-ith uill'" :
The Gazette-News urges all citizens to Renowned for her mild winter
air
t THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS < THE COlsTttlsK M IIt: Irk:. pin hands with the Red Men in makinga So blissfully cam- : T. H Collins! left for Tampa Sunday I _3.Nye,i,._> ial'--' -s7ra-v CtYS az

} Clyde New England and Southern Lines. Loud: turnout on the day of the parade, Asleep under the palm! evening; last, where he has ac- II.I.1 REAL

i not inertly as spectators, but in joining Old frheepbhead, snowbound in despair ('I'Ll'll' :a position with the Motor BUTLER

DIRECT sERViCE: BE:F\\"LhN:: : the marching hosts. Everyone is Baa!-baa'! and l Rut Supply Company, of that ESTATE I

JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, re 1ue-ted to join the parade without Blows "a smile' to the climate down

AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. personal solicitation or urging on the I I I there! city. I Cottages For Sale or Rent. Phone 234.KCU .

Calling at ('h irfc ton Both \\n\i. part of the committee of arrangements j f -- - DAYTON. FLORID
SEMlLLKL, : SAILINGS.: The public schools of Daytona and > 1/i/f A1 : ..... I.'I. ..,."...,''''''................_-.,.._. .-.... ;

near-by towns have arranged to I .I.II
Southbound. . From I 1.\\ j..' \\larf IliMm WHEN YOU ARE CONTEAPLATINQgetting I .
? ti Northbound Perin' h*,t (.tl"'I. >" :--n':: *''. .I,u'!knvillf be represented in the parade and will ....................................................
r I present on floats appropriately decorated a Gah':1mzt'lllron: Tank, a new Tin dart a Hit \ir Furnace, J | .
i ior t.tabUb..t: !iyeu'3 _..
'I 0 Prlt e are Right -M chlner the C.atZ .
I historic events in the following order. I I .

r CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE, Princess ena-Seabtee Daytona I any of the other metal necessities! required! i to complete a tn nlern I : j'p A1 Stationery .:

I I Deach school I dwelling, remember that I :
Between Jacksonville and Sanford, Scene from lJiJ.watha-I'ublic :school Portable Engines :

STOPPING IT PLTKSTOU, IlFRESFOUD. (lhI.In.J: ) Intermediate of Holly Hill I I : and Boilers, .

r landings on S T JOHNS HIM:H. The Old North Church Tower and I C. NASH a SON I j-I! ; SAW MILLS. THRESHERS. :.

Steamers City of Jacksonville' and "Fred'k DeBary" Paul Revere-1'ubliesehoolof Kingston. GRIST HILLS, SHINGLE .
: Lil>erty Hell-Public xhool <.f PortOrange. i DAYTONA FLA. j : :1ACHINCS: -Md all kinds of"Ucblncry :
art appointed to ail all follows: Ix-ave JtuLoonviIlo! Daily evi-ept SltUNI1\'I) !', j
: and :Till Supplies .
l at.3:30 p. ID Iteturuiuf, leave Suifurd, daily exiept: >undav at t'30_a.:....mot : Columbia and the Thirtetn OriginalS are Lest \'rel""" to give, prompt and reliable service, at fair pruts j [ I, : 1t rite today r..t OUt 'omplete ('atalogul''e tan ave you nmnev i
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.. teal.e.1 I SCHEDULE 1 I I North Kccdlp bound >tates>-L>a>tona High school i Ueneral: repair shop on \olusia .lvenue.'seat to tLc .\nu<'r\ !. : C'omplete line carried in ..todtldrc:5: ,,: all letters tl) .

Leave d 30 m ... .. .J a. k..ourilk .. \rri\ : O a iii Osteola Tribe liNer f Ked | j11A 41 South Forsyth Street.
8..43 p iuHM : : : PaUtkiotor :...L :'.. :''.' > : :" i IA ute t't;t ) p m Improved i> Phone "ut of \ urk soliutu J i : J L S B COMPANY, ATL\NTA, (1E Od Lt. .
p town
., :: ::: :: :: :: ::::::: : : :: :: :: Men \\iIIltc represented by two floats I. .
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.... ... ......... .....l Ikret ford (IVI IaiitI 1............ ..... ...... .. 1't)1:( m representing the Boston tea party| and ......................................1.1.1N
Arrive 830am .................... ...... .....Stiiford........... .......... .. :i8Oam,;; the league of the Iroquous.
.. 10.OOaml.........=..:::...:....:=.:Cutrrpiiw:.:..:::.::.:............... ... 10(Ml.I 111CEHEBAL Some business firms have Mgmtird I ..NN..........NMNM. .t*. .-,

PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE 122 VEST EAY ST. JACKSONVILLE._. their willingness to be represented by

A. C. HAGERTY, O. E I1..\ -r M.IRONMONGEItJa..t.G-- --- 5 P \ti: floats in the feature parade the and will make the I Atlantic Coast Line. DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY
Pier 36 N. It New York. Jacksonville. Hik. patriotic prominent (part.
O. U. TAYLOR, Pas*. Tralhc r. C. r.IJOWS: : 1"n1.; I Pii"". Ut A great number of conveyances have
Branch Otto I :."M)IlIruaJ\\ay. Nework. been placed at the disposal of the arrangement
L. D. JONES, T. F A. 1. S. $ssCROIH? t'. .*. committee during the
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Jvkfonville, Fla. I ee"burr) Fla. : WILLOW
\t.U.COOPER. JK.. T. .\. CMDEMII.N1!: ) : : I, |II i F: .V. the parade, by local hv frY firms and DALEWHISKEY
T .Ja.'hoDTlllt'. Fit. l..r:111. : ; i U. :\l'u.\lJtl.: ; private parties, and I the committee requests -! FAMOUS\ TRAINS

: further assistance'! along this line

., ____ Headquarters <.f the committee are
located at J35 North Beach street and .
New'orh and Florida Special otbk
all visitors are welcome every evening
) from S to 10 o'clock: '
I I.t'aYl' Jacksonville daily except JMIH.lay l IV:!: ) f. m for all
boil Tine Card No. H. la Effect Juairy, 1H7.? The parade will assemble it 1 p tu 1
on Wa..hington's birthda>-tridav February -! point Laot Sili'l Pullman
t. !OCND-READ DOWN. NORTKBOl'M:" >-KEAl> tP I'I't. I
k ... .. ... :::2-andwill start from Masonic I
N. 3 I w U: No. 7 "I 4e 74N0. 28'iG. 88
Uldly Dally wily nary IT.nIO Lally 1 I hall along the line of march: which will I Ii
,. S B A jlJ B J111J A J111J B B2Vo I AFULL985EXPRSSal
be nude public in the court of a few Chicago and Florida Limited
i. e :JUq II Ly._-....Jul.uartllr_......Af 7 S HIII 7 7( II BINitWii II I
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+ I ?!.___. 1 10py i l'lri.w...:ILr low I ...==,n..uap.earrutlse... .=::::: : : / : !42 bu+=1 ..?..:JOA I|I .invitation has In't'ii extended} to [}all) ..\t-Miliulf 1 !. leaving: .Jacksonville 9 J:3f> a 11fur QTS. tV u PREPAID[

i' 6, !l13w!.!:! _7,--,)i_ 9_ ...tl'.1.th. ..._L' .6 6., 625 6 I'I the I Halifax Rifles to act a-an escort and I I points. 11'est. ('cu<'L on this train ilv Send us |2.85 an,1e will ship yon in a plain
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4 the invitation will probably be accepted j case with" no marks to show. contents, four.full
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I t t --' 7 "I"1. 1- __ _. __.. -. quarts of WILLOW DALE RYE, expresa prepa ll
-- For Pullman r't-'n-ati"JI'4 and all detailed information
'" _i.-- _1__ 7 7 7 4'ur rates : Trv it and if yon don't find it all right and the
,. ......-.. '2 34, 1 129 .. I write or call on best you ever tasted, send it bock to us at our ex
.....-- 7 u.. 12 I"' lIU ODL._._ .1 _M 4 :.....:: Holly Hill. pease!' and vour 1..1S5 will) be promptly refunded
I 2N ---- I i tow "w..urmova u.& ..,......" ...._ I
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i t i' ,11 4i); I ;tA 116n :\MItt .. .............OrlDol1d__' 3 4 4 i a 4 b l(1- Isn't that a fair offer?
r :blre 8 eft? 1 t..y:1 bow :: Paytona. : 4 o. 8 4 t'uA holly 11 ill. Kb 14.- I Iii-spite" the 1 FRANK C.BOYLSTON Rwnemlier we are distillers, so whenvou buy
it 86n11 lls+ I ::::::: 1'Ollhante.=::: : 1 alt ., ? ,, f' ij from us you save the enormous profits of the dealers .
": : tow Y 2N n Sb.wAr. ____ : 76wte21w rainy'athf'r. Mr and Mrs Fdvvm '
.1aIPII! 'tj-=r'mprn. l.t:. 2 I a a _4 111 t and avoid all chance of adulteration

; j'.. :I" :: "1 ." 124 4 3.'c.+.1. '_-JAt..' "__.._.. .l'r.ne Lkellelen tlry_...._._...-...... 12 11 .__... 6. 1 __._._ Peterson were "surprised! \>y a large Pistrn) I'asseng E'r .\.entlhntii ( 'oast: tlme,, sure of getting our whiskey just:as it comes You from are -
t 4 aP._. = ..Uraore t1ry J uacL ._ U G 1 ww w,. number of friends lost Thursdaj evin- i i our distiller, without being tampered with in any
12Jow:! Yuv, 118+1 U UOI1I Lv..4cw dmern.__. .Ar 41Su1 !'! .1t( Kst\vil.l.E.) : H \ i wav
; .. .. 2 a 2 ing. MUBIC and made the evening r '
1 9.w 1H'__ .I'( _.............(I.k lil1L..Lr 21:i ..= :.- 2 games If you prefer corn whiskey" will send
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t. .,. :: luMm" _alUMMt 6Pr,.IJ_ :1r_........ TI'U"-I .._.. ... Lt. 14 2 1 317w a very pleasant one .....N..............i....N.N.esesssosmmm four full quartsof our ALLAN SINCLAIR'S CORN you
) 1 6 6 Str Ar........ .! Dro..1 ....._.......L' 11 as __"_ It __. Mrs: H. M Adkins and I guests drove'to WHISKEY lor $2.80 '
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: 1 ]WM M Z&MKMM.U: ............-xiiu..TUie_.._ 1 :2 1 317w Port Orange and other ro.in''' o f interest buy a better corn whiskey from .an}Luo Iy else: at --
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;,. ::.;- __ '---.1 i .toco_h 11 1 _"_ on Tuesd.iy. I "SANSARA HALL"TheNautituli any
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spent
) ........- 41 _....... ..............!oIelbouru... _..... .." 12 77 _. 1311: .. ..__ young t tIlt up un tudl lUron lie Mara ':\pi'tided much nmm mi refunded K"*s w ith rv'w v shipment make \11

I .. ::.::== iil: : =-....:::,::=== _SL BerwUail.Lucia..=:.. :: : Il 1117 ._ it 10 ::::::: evening edne-Hluj at, at u Mrs flinch K and M AdkmV fagot part. ]>oMrig! m:ti.!si"in with tower hath! piazzas aid outbuiklmga. extensive gr:;:ads ,I of run our no conipunv risk when" have you resources deal with" of us a million as the OWIIt'rs dtJ;...1rs:
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I > ... .. n1. : : .:-. :===Fort._Tt .Ylerce k: ._. ..:.::.::': : g 56 _1'J ..... 10' .u.blest Articles t.f incorporation are being plied with stmi-tiopi.al 1 fruits and. flowers. near p KjtolTice, pleasant walk from WIfT g IS11 and will do exactly as we SIt}'.
i f' ldea. 'I'outede Iwrn .stition eti I'nc icily l $.;.UUO. :1.000 l'a.b.pply 11/1
; r- ....::.=._. i i 31r4q == :..::::::.. _Jensen Paur4.:::::....:::::.::: :: ig r :=:::::: : 37.y 47Pit :::::::'.:: drawn this W c CkFortheh holly Hill I nion to owner, Itev: Martin Himtrx or h. (bapin Farm .\g 'nt}', l Ik>stoii. prf'rm.'j N1'raeoat.j.as I THE SWIFT MACON CREEK, DISTILLING GA. CO.
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h IltAllj 1..N. ...._.Hol.e ,'UDJ. ....__ ___ Sunday chool
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f; t 3 7 .._.... .' ........_. ....... 0.- a..lwe4 DioIil1ery N. 19.. Swift G. k CA.
"'-"- 2roq. \\eat Jupiter. ._ .". 9 _..... I J. Clegg of Michigan, who owns what
/ UIWI 41 ft.'f.We.U..hnIlKe -. A FORTUNE TO A LIVE MAN\
r i 15w 41' 8s i a141,1, .. ........._. .. lIe&clI.-._-. 8 8 95 10 10 i 8 8 = II 111.Le w+./ was formerly the \\ indom jJace is r here
) :::6.w II ift.;; .........w eet t'.Im beach..Ar .
... ... :1'. .. .....,... II 10 7 u 10 Uf..>fII... for ;i few months, looking after the \t iretnvill: f. S. ( .. "n" IIf the most rapidly growing:: citw-s in the South .IV.f>>)

.r : .::.:: L"Jig: :.. :....:.:.. .;;,,1fili:. ::t .....r r ::::::... pro|>trt>. people; lHtwe.'n .Vtlmta: and th.iriottt =southern Kulroad: ; :7 at're- Wit! the
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1.1.: Richards: and ( F. \\etherell Poland
t CriMent Mimrnl w trr iJ"lItiealItll the ftinous ; and
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nallasdale .... .... 6 30 .... ._..__
t ... ........ 7 bOllli 10 t&.. ... .. .. .... ..l.emo l'Ity_... .. '" i G 61 b __ and Ins boys C'arl and Tom went downto dwcilling/ hour's :all within tin airy' limit. :tdjoming lunnin I'invi r-..'v one 1
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.....- .5 **". ... ....... !LTJ ..... .kuimL Mt.ml ... .... .JAr It ...GOO...(.._ _a. 61 a .':1 8O._ :bpruce: Creek Thursday on a fkhmg bknV fnm car. \;ilu.ibl>. ft rur ln.i-.n n. Oii. <.f the >,r>' tttt IJargillufill; f Octcl. 4
......._. 111 XIw; .. '.... ....UiJ! Horn . ...... __. and .. FULL
-few! IL 12 &. .._....._.. hunting trip. optncnt in the South Trio ft'r tli wlnl) *U'tHHt \ Uex-.rt II tt I I" ;;'hmwletl

!I r Condensed Schedules Between Jacksonville lid St. Angulme.iN..I3No.299.I7'No.4J.3Lv.371Ao.31a.Pe. l>r. and Mrs Dillon and Mrs. Oklmb I IVtaiN t.f (,h ipm Farm Ag"'I(' '. lb.-tou.>
1 1I
who have been stopping> with )Ir. :and

;' Y u Mr*. Shorter, hate gone to Miami for a HOTEL OR RESIDENCE SITE I ZM EXP

A'B I IS } A fI.I,! P.!!y B B B t short vtsit They will return l here later
; h _...I IIY- l'allfI l .. d I .lIIXC'_ _t._Y... haly_ Daly_ IItI1I!.. Da1l1 L In. )Ir. and Mrs! Satin Rotbins: of Mid (. pH-ilel| -?rt M:tri 'mm.e"ri:' lot i 1".t\\'ititii\' titt; :md (he hay t b.-, a.
ArEL Jach.'llIe. bat'wi. 9 1110011I 1 bow 31'IIi 3 4 Y II toft lion for Familv 11 >ul in :M .Xugu,.tint'. fn'ntini; "n the UtM.rvation Th 4,,'w
Wee.n.e. 9Guw103t 1foIIt!1112bm. 41vw 44W, II f ._.... OkwVo. dletown, Ohio, who have I been visiting
t riYo. \0.9'1 ... ... "l 3. 30. o.76'Yo.74 friends hire parted fur Miimilast: I can never be ob,.trutte l l. I'n" t'. *_'..-*(.*. Vpplv' h.t E.: I L. Barnes. St. \uju-t nor It nI{ -s3
t B B.j" A It i, A A Cliapm I arm .\ ,!enry. lt D.ly B B
I 1'.lIy D&1ly A Saturdav
II'
..Poly_, P.ily I ..Jir Bat Petty' ..Jtt au L X;, hL Tr.Uy Da11J .u .
C Roy Miller this week held what heprobably
Lr bl A1.aluaue::: 6= 7 7/ 8 37+,y 1010u. ll 11 ; 1 t 1.iti of the Best Hotel Bargains in Florida s-
4 1 thought!; way a private baptism!

barled.NOTE A-Iralas eompo.e xclusively of Pullman or Parlor Can end extra MU tut will be with himself: as impromptu subject. In Mutt be solo quietly t? lot, interfere with businmaIf( you want a !F .i Hi iihottl ;

,. COTE 8-lIa "oaches operated OD theetratn.s which 110 utrt art t&r.1II e11arged. attempting to step from the dock into -.\ dOOl; > ONL:". : -tint: will greatly ina..a..c in valut, at an tr"ordw.1ry :I!

S Tnta.donel.topatitatluniatrthlchnm.uaI DaUJ excep Sunday .huon.y a boat he fell between,and contaminated bargain address tin. ('I.al'I I. .Firm Vfcttuv" Old South Building II..t..ll. wti/ will DELIVER

the waters of the beautiful Halifax send 'oul1er' addn'>-. pu t 'IM.- ..11.full i ddul: !, i
19 Day ooda nod. I
D..y >s J: Onlyr; Onlyr I H.t.UOltT. ER.nCH I 13 des ?. This would not have troubled Rov hadthcwatirbetnfresh.aslieis
... DaL'y D.Gyoa
O y
.- ; :well known BUSINESS LOT IN ST. AUGUSTINE( '
.1 2 fli 10 tow. Lr JukwnrUle..At ... ...
ff' '0 4a.e oVj t 2 11) tau.:Lr S., J., "'nYll1e. .... ..Ar.?._ 7 7 124 12r 6 62911 aA1 advocate of fresh water as a beverageand On St. Irtorp' street; bttwu 1".1.I 1 and, I I it\, < ;iit t .. :k0\IJO J: I f"I.t I'm, uiily3,3o111)
; 4. 1060.. I.r i'ablo, Ne.eh.Ar _... draws the line all drink
2 6 on strong ,
f leis: 11.1 b.A. Lr ".. .'II&n"l: baah-.Ar ........ 8 ** 11 12 b 4 bei nt-ll hal.1I1'I' |p.1 i Mit .\p'lv| t"' I. I I. Bt ne" ::0'1. Augustine, urChipin CHAS. BLUA1
7 (OW. ow, 443* & COMPANY
3 c U lo.r..U' \1.n'rL .. .. h.I....._._. 6SOM ll .UMl| 4 Jail which of{ course would include brackish Farm \g"n< \ Ht., .'II r (
tide u at*'r.
PETOUBAND OCQIEMAL:STE4nS51F CO! \i.E\n: '
ICTIOXS AT.MIAMI The regular meeting of the town council BUSINESS STAND r\iwsi WIE\\IV nI >

3 k CI.... C.UHUOllllldc at MUml with SUtmshlps Or! thi P. & 0. S. S. C*'f{n*. Wednesday! night was unusually' well \I Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66
attended and proed"ery interesting Whhor
Havana Ke'e On St. Great
t and Nassau Bahamas. Augustine's Thoroughfare
(0\\ing to the fact that two subscriptionpapers !, : .
Tralu Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfer were bung circulated one for St. ( K...rge tr'-et f ttw.-..n tits f I.t.. a.llcll"'fl"I 'I.1 Len Hotel; 3-story building : Saul I'IM-. I.mt. lAfKSCNVUTHE I

; 1 h4 Time 1abltl.bo.! 'tie lime. .t _bleb \TLIU m. be the purpose "f marling Ridgewood ave I with store -ultat.h'l f'r any' "bu-t o.-. andix norn-s above". Price. .
ex Joel'tcd
) from ii.ter.raluuua'battbelr.rnQurde' y o "Id .,.....'"->&l. "r.D &cure sap1 c ._'I&W ed aatT.b not'u4.-.n-S d.p.rtaJ nue and the other fur repairs en Frc>ntstret't. J36O-$1( .oOOca. h ImintdiaU |fs.-t--n. \i q['!h t? .II: I.. Barn"'. N .\iieustine : I :.nsti'. '!'!'! !J X'A 3 SUCII!&'SrSdi: l11N7 !

: !. .i pi eDOIII&I1 I1.hretrom. a misunderstanding arose. come or (hapin! l I-ann ,\?"m,,'y Itot.nSOUTHERN I
t
For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARl or Other Infoanatiea parties thinking them to antagonistic' ", :

,I "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." but fact that an pen discussion dcvekped the FINES HOTEL FOR SALE I BIG FOI"The
i they were in nowise conflicting,
{ J. D. KAH.SLK. Ant. OeD'. Pan. Agent. ST. AUULBTLNE: both working for the interest cf the .. .. .
I
I __ Ft Eligibly situated!. < -t..I. -.i r.I.-: ; !le< the lig1'- compltt lv furnished;

.NNN...1.11................y.yyyy.yy VWWWWVWWWW 1 town roads, and though the improvement on omewbat of di'TertntI public large lot 1 laud; fli.iirr fr'lll.' 1'! : i I' t, *."> :ttn). Mart cash: I)' tails of (:haj,in Farm I Purest Kyu on the market. Bottled fr
\genrv, lkt
n.
THE hnt" ___h .- i v vrigititl; barrels at the Distillery) ami sold an..

PECW18ICE COMPANY. I I, An Artistic \\'orkman.lr TEN-ACRE I HOMESTEAD FOR $500 our peisonal guarantee.


s,. \\'. Carroll it a handy maa ?.'tteash> : btlan'e *1R .i v''.i!.r.hurt .ail trim I'aUtkt; ttainboat landing I qt. Jim

with tool. and occupies ha pare moon pla,'e; ht.u-"a' of o. r.. im-. with 3 piazza. c..st m"rt tcw: three times, this sum j Buckley 1 qt Golden St

1 j r ; ; Dry Goods, House Furnishings, Ladies' meats m maliogariou3 useful and ornamental Bo ton nwntr mlj-t -l'11. 1'c.-t.'lls..f O, ln rarm .\g l'ncB".h'lJ.. 1 qt. Forrest Lawn 1 qt Beechlant
J
.f articles lie has Jut completed

and Children's Shoes Trunks Etc. a veromforuble chair of NEW ENGLAND HOTEL ; 4 quarts for $3.25.

I mission architecture, from oak wood
: ravingatiue: int.'''UK. ""inpletely| l furn-t t.<..j l f I...r )ji 1-' :tin'>unt .,f tnsuranre. iVtaib *
ii ; Largest Stock Best I taken from a discarded stand In the cf i quarts G.OO. 12 .j
Assortment, Lowest Prices store and he has in his parlor a center Lhnpta: Farm \gell( lkisti>n quarts $l1. )O. express t>

: table! and desk of red cedar, made fiend
CHEAP NEW
ENGLAND
foriwM
So..tIDf'I ,
FARMS\ i ,t.
I Cor. Beach St. i I years ago, which are beautiful of JOSEPH _
and pieces ZAPF
Magnolia ..\\'e., DaUona. : 1 i[ & C(
workmanship and ocular proof of the Fur your bummer outing for tee th..n'aJue of
.4)t .....*.... ..'. ... ... .. ... ..... .. Net............. cleverness in this! line; I Idottor'Ji postpaid by Chpm Fmn.n...,' 1
n JIo '"'!"

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..NNMMNNNNtMMIi11DN Colonel C. M. Bingham and sister -: F. N. ConraIl was a Jacksonville ADVERTISING

Miss! Grace Bingham are in I visitor Wednesday and I Thursday
Local
: Paragraphs. : New Orleans. I S. .\. Wood cashier the Volusia t tI DAYTONA

I........................: DeLand] The of the
lhsEtss has "Allegretti. I I County Bank, of spent yesterday .. II: II:
We have reason for thinking in Daytona way
sidewalk has been !
that now'is the opportune time to A necement The Hutorial' EJition of (iazette-News:' .j
laid in front of the Daytona Beach !! J. B. Conrad of Uleuvvood.i 1
Waltham Elgin: watches. -I a liood ertisment for
buy or : pay
M. K church. I Ii ited! with his brothers, F. N. and E. :
They won't go lower they might go tona-tiood Results Shown.
T. Conrad is Lard
hi$ber Have we ever xnisrepre- 9Barnes' frames picture to order' yesterday. transgressor
i That the Pictorial Ed it Km ot the Gar
at the Novelty Store. Mrs. Johnston mother uf C. 1 L:
ted ? A word tothe I
se anythiax yet "
II I ZfttN>RJ UtH) true: tii4 proved of :
1 I
wise is sufficient Mrs. Nanny Dyson, of Bloomington Johnston, left yesterday for a visit i ir great htu -fit to 1 Ihivtona.. the f"ll" viingcommunication '

L IL ROTE &: Co., The Jewelers. I 111., is rooming with Mr. and :r with friends at Gainesville.Mrs. : will t."tify. 1lun i
I only one of the intmrrslcre The wise housewife specifies ColoCollolm is in
in.tny
*1 I/et'8 go down to Gardiner's.Wilber Mrs. Graham Thompson, on Pal E. 1'. Porcher. of Rcxkledge, this pieturislhi.t'tv..4I'tl'Niahr-I put up odor-proof

metto avenue. is visiting her sister, Mrsi. LK.l"s ABMgvtt. :' duo-d pirtif-' In it. iir |11I"rn" r" (inniliri Icnc every time in place of lard. Anyone sealed tin pails;most lard comes in bulk, ,
N. CV4enwn an-1 wife of

Chicago, who) have beeii AisiUngMr.Co'enian't JThe beet souvenir riovn. of DayU.'tM on S"1Jtll lidgu ,". <-nt|..|l Ufr.Mn .I. M. I 1'i.n.: who ., with a particle of respect for his and will absorb any old odor which 1 1
alI workmc: hard to ImiM J';on tLHitor
Garl] lu'r's only. J F.. r. (\ah .f lh Ltn'I l. ) M I. : up
at "
> AH.
mother for a month returned I : < ;iirttV: "'v FW-hrxin J :; tliilym stomach would prefer a pure vegetable] is near it. 1 !

last Monday. The Stvanwr I5vllc Harltor carried M. and K. M l>md.1 of LaktIkIui, a- suit .i< tinwnl. r. .m intrn-trd! made from fat. 1 j
product to hog
one
ewing raachiucu fur rent amid I a uowd of pleasure -vekei lo :: wcic iu Day'tuiuI'trlncalav' and, i ii lin rr*<>iin <.ful, ..iil\nli-iii:::, paruruLtly| You can prove every word we say I J

i Thursday They dime over m 'the i if along:: tlt< IUM' of .idvrrtiMtic Pol.t'IIII.II Ccttolcnr akcais lard isn't.
for sale at Dames' Novelty Store. I Turtle Mound Thursday. R. T. pure; by buying and trying a pail of Cotto i
want to ('aU'lJr attention to what tome
: latter Cleveland lloadstvr.: I ,
J. G. Brown last week bought 1 1OO McFaddeu acted as pilot. .seems the root direct result that has: ; Cot/o/ene will make more palatable lene. All good grocers sell it; all the

: off all souvenir at J. :: FOR SALE-Pony, harness! and I been brought to uiv notice aUtig this
feet South t25"i
: frontage'on Ridge- spoons food than lard, and food that any great cooking author-
!! runabout if sold at I line :
Cheap once
I and Souvenir
wumJ avenue near the, South Canal. II. Schwegler's Jewelry :
.
I No reasonable offer refused. Address Shorth' ft r flm-lina.-! ( ur. l..t- -.1 I stomach can digest with ease. Lard ities of America recommend -
through the agency of Bingham & I store. tight; tip u.t tour I'Moria! Lkiition.: .
I Wm A. BeaDer, [Daytona, Fla is a friend of indigestion. it.
Thompson. I The handsome motor boat trophy, sending tilt in to a. ituiiV of m> f rot nds i

Frank Abraham of Jacksonville, Among the rt..t 1 sent one to A. 1'. ,
Hi\KiX3 has'Allegretti"Mr I made from old Spanish coins, is now i '
Cushman of North La-t.: 1':1. Mr Cu-h-
I II
have
Rush of this ,
and J. E. place
exhibition Clark's I
tl I on at jewelrystore. litre lati ill March l l.i-t COTTOLENE granted GRAND PRIZE
and Mas. Chas. Ross of North I man wa year was a (highest
the Hub Cafe
Allardt Tenn. in the visiting I The public is cordially in- opened on 1 and ptmh..Mt| u ,plateat I hi j ton a possible award) over all other cooking fats at the
are city *
vited to call and see it. Beach street and will conduct a firstclass ,' Beach The U.k evidently caught Mr. recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked
I
Mesdames E. T. and F. N. Con restaurant. The plav u uu.vopen I I CVhauui with i:.)ld fat and .un thing; with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE. .

rad. Mr.) Row is in the lumber business i :Dr. J. IL Pierson dentist, Con- I for I business along the Halifax |1\'l.t.) mighty s<**lto
I rad block 108. "Horn Htlpt" a book of 300 choice recipe, tdtttJ
phone
Allardt.. him. U only in .t pic..ria1&y..
by Mrs. Kortr a yours for a 2 rent ttamp, if you s
and I r\l iVa .r
The Andrews Grand Com I ftTt'tlt'y'.lOlliI <'ii : After digexting!:: it fully !t'I'IItIIIt"ttl.ll.-ly ; address The N. K. Fairbanh Company, Chicago
Dr. F. II. Iloughtcu has returned.' Opera London f'njlind: : : at your ;;r"'t'I"
: -tatted out to du iiti-M conk and ;
Suite. Opera House MIX 1 telephone pany habeen booe! by Manager I :U-Idl-.li. IlL' <>rurv W' A NEW FEATURE- patent air-tight top on this pail i.i for
i a ri-ul! llwn' i- now in I H.I"I..u. ;, .aidD.ijtona the of keeping COTTOLENE clean fresh and wholesome 4
32. t r 0- born for an entertainment earlyin : )1 rs. Ixm-tti Mavm will i torture. I IW.iili.' oiof ftrlt -n., ,iiiirnlI I it also purpose prevent it from absorbing all disagreeable odor of the; k

S. II. Gore has the contract fur March. They will render Iar- I at the Palmetto Club on next *>t-IiM. .kiiig and. MftuitigU: -iti.fu-d I grocery, such aa fish, oil etc.Nature's .

v the erection of a beach cottage for tha"on their appearance her. : Thursday evening at eight o'clock' :hunch of hurnamt. that et hank
f
sulphur water ofi UNlutik- of din tl. Mr. IIui3oi who! it of the Kirk of Ohio who on "Destiny and Fat. Uen-; :
: a guest I Rev. was appointed fa\

Clarendon on what was at one time i to Daytona Beat at the late tlemen as well an lidies are invited. i I 11.\\. I ;:.i\I' yui file natln.n'1!
the \V. II. Peck property on the ; Methodist conference, is eipe'tfd to The adhiissiori, prior will l..' "i<>iTnls. I! dnM-ta.4ItsIrurtyfutfy| tli'.w luut ,

beach.It take up his charge: ..hi"'t't'k, Mrs: M F. Ciiwie. "f N wmk., '''a "pnNJ.d the pudding: i.. in .I Inning -
I the -Innc," a.IIJII..tillt l that ih. iMitn.ii Iii
i !
; and I preaching his first sermon Sunday.. after a stay of a few weeks on theI'e.t I II .
tu
huy1'ltllin .
pays ; for | MiH \\iIIl.|| l.irp-r (I..in It..1 i tIn ,
shoes at The (Uohe. See their ad.A ; *A full line of kulak) hlms andsupplier I C' ia.t, is i attain t-t-iijo\in the :, I'XIT' ,. IN-i: .**.tlullvMU ,rr ItJl'rrrrrr!\.Crrrrtirrtrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr'! \.Irr AA ::1'11 A !\ '\A r"rltllll.A.'VJIJ.I"r."I.U..A..fI![ r l '111'r A'VtIT 11 _

Oar inrr's. iM-autiful l surroundings. tit Da\ti-n.i. I II I : t1.. I in\\i: I .
line of white wash eVirls at
| new Mrs.( Cowie i is stooping at Shnudt'sVilla Mr :.in1 Mr--. lutvui 1..1. Mi ami Jewelry. New Books.

j just rt'<'eivelat the ladies Furnishing Mine Host Matthews of the City I. and will reiuiin: until April I Mr-. I.. It. its..hnan Mr-. .\. I', 'IIh-, ,,

Store. I Hotel, celebrated his seventy-first man, :Mr. A. K.I: '.ni.ISt'n.:11I.1 daush-! !: r ;

I Wt'ltnt'sd1"lbd" is i -Take the drive over the Port trr. Mr. and Mr I ':. \\ ISaimMr. .m.J
one
The body of Peter \\ ha'ho birthday
Orange bridge if Mr11. M< nther. Mr. ami MrI I I. .xHutu. ,
died last Saturday at I'ort Orangeof i of the most popular hotel men in Mr. anal l )''r.<. J. II. I** |I. It r mJ

apbpleiy in his sexenty-tirst year. I Florida and in still one of the Mr. and Mrs.( ('lIlJrtI1tllht'nhnn1.: I LmK: Ninth Last: 1'a: : Mr. and Mr-. "'*.. t ..- r .

\\asbroughtto Daytoiu and} shipped : "lioys.'' : .Ire, Clf Coney I laiid.. X Y areguests : H. C'. IieharI: un. Port Chut on, nhi... r1 II pol IJ I\ \ :;

I ( i MM: Oo. ilik" and ai.inddius'it.! rAiiron ;
from the Iliughaui A- Maley undertaking :U.tl'\p.4lh-Dr..1. I*. Herman, l of Mr( Stubfiibunl: father ,

establishment, to Frankfort oppollite the (.Sable :li-11' >hf Ci,l. C. Stitt eels ttl. uii North' Ridgcwi I 1.1I "' .. ._. .' (
I i i1)lr. I :: : (: I"
il. Since having hen List fall
Ind., fur burial. ) I .
I '.. .: .
Mr.andMre. Charles A. Cle-g, ); \ .
and Mrs: :Stulwnbord havevistetl : .- .i./ 1\
;
ST. ; : .
VALENTINE'SDAY t
elf you are looking for Florida I of Sunset Park, N. V., are l located l i n I 1 c.. ; -i. ':"" ,.. '''art ...
and other
California western '. .
books of views or souvenir p staU, i South Itidgewood. avenue for tie I ',.. )1 .-"r.f.f: ./ '. .;; 'o..t .
.
poi'ItsBigger !: -'> .
OBSERVED : '4
to Gardiner's Store. not to : '
go t season. They are Grangers i ;: ( \ : : : ::
Julius Letsa died Daytona, having lived here for a I and lietter Ion t"t"4 at the i I I Ii .. : :"' -- ,- ...- ,. ;;: I
Saturday It.
morn
Daytona Bakery. i ;: '.3s..:.: :" t.-: '
time
some years ago. I
ing at his home on South 1'almetto 'With feat [,lat by' the Palmetto'
"
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avenue in his 08thear Xo 8t"r-1 :\Ve \\iIllix that broken jewelry 1 Miss Martha Mullctt assistant in 1 Club-Club' Mouse Made a Bowerof i ::

TK9 were heM, the body being I and make it look like new. No job Fletcher's: souvenir ...tr11'1' wine .
All thPC latest Xm'f'I"I.Ist books for thoIxHrv.
I Beauty by Fair Hands. : N* a" "nu S|I''" ? aud! Otanc ) I -
placed in the receiving vault at too large for us.Gto. tering at Daytona ]Reach, was calledto ;: .
I I I I "t" nttthr rown, of hi- 111':1,1? ,theI i r I "- I I t.i i rte"-t will mten-st yotl. v-Ming i e >ple.
Pinewood Cemetery ty be later in 11. CL\Kk, Jeweler. i Williamston, Ii'h. on Tuesday "
I I*!<>!lt-of hi. fl'f"t h>' aiall: mirth ;: Jc\\elr. Repair Work Stationery of I very Kind. .
the season taken north for burial. by a telegranlanuouneing th* deathof
William C. Clark battalion chiei I haktxlN:rre. I :rr .l -l 11''I'" I h"' lst line in the i.itv... ::

t e25: *e off all souvenir spoons at JII.Schwegler's.fewelryandSouvenir of the New York fire department, is I her sister Miss Mullet will return i Had the turd! of \\oti 1,,.'n |>res.'ut utith : '-. J

... of tu Davtoni in al""lt! a week or : ,,* .-bun of th I'atnu'itn t'hll.'- ob- i trr
enjoying the balmy air Dajton.i.Mr. I GEO. H.CLARK
I r\ftnee: of :xakntiQes div mi !
ten days.
store. Clark is a guest of Schmidt's r ,
Thur-da afternoon lie would have had

1 The Sno\ i'.en! Fuiuiture I'oin- Villa until tomorrow, when he returns -: tHC'IIIC'lullt'r the Dajton.i: Bakerycan I. those lines fully rorn'turated on ;i : Two Stores. 124-126 South Beach Street. % I

i of Xorth Death street, hare to New York. lie is an affable i supply all jour wants. in the broader vale, a* this wathe c.>lition I "** >r

pany gentleman and has! : bakery lino. tr I I that rt'ignC't1ith all who attend\ 'hiId J'IIIIIIIJJ.I.IJI.IIIJIIIIIII.IIIII.I.IJI..I.I..IJI.I..J'..> >f> .. ,.III.I.> .
been selling out their stock of goods courteous II" ii it. Y. '. 'I" o 0. ,,0, 'u '. ; '. '. Owo.o. o. Olt. iI \I I V II V "II V .IJ YYY./ Vlt V Y Y "V"llVVIl
i
f .
i litfill
>'lii rvtiit
this week, preparatory to closing made many friends here landlord I D) I R; Stillman. of TIle ,I!I Tin- chit IMHLMwa never tnoi1..1..1.rat'.y ..,-

out the business today. Mr. jFiue stationary, newspapers andmagazines II Stillman. showttl the: (;iazetteNewsrejwrter : awl hllloJ'"Ufut-iv .1'Coral"'l. the i ................................................ .... Fine Line of

den will leave for Orlando no\V.I' ; at llarnes' Novelty Store. a tipj' of the Westeily. ILI :, front of (lie MnHtng andU r.: "- '>cmi; ;iI

I I I Irtia-'if I);irnf"x --, rvilni and red Inut II WUEN YOU SEE A IAN I
week, where he will engage in the Commodore and Mrs. F. I D.) i I J.) Sun of February I, which! "MIItains i| that fiunV the elute buns.n'! *' iIi

same line of business. !, Hughes returned from their trip I an interest ing article" "n the i I I"\"f"r..f Imiutv Thta. >>k-d.'<'<.r:iti?nMr .. ..

ttLost-On Wednesday a t-omb I'down the mast Monday and are ll'!:. anniversary of the day when 1 \\11' lilt'Je man't.l. lit t'k"'C'rll"-: : W. ,HI', I"I I 1-h| .-'LI' .lit ..",.j I Ia : HAMMOCKSJust 1 1 C
I Westerly d'+'!aiel I IKT independence -. I.>.lu> A ll.Kgrtt :11..1I f' II.Mcliren .
with gold top vt with pearN. A. again guests at Schmidt' Villa,
from treat! Britian Woterljwas I \\w the clever. iM! tes.of UN-. : < -.Mt''nltrl rxpmwinn. :
reward of five dollars will be paid if insisting that It's
Mr. firmly
Hughes .
I I huu tion-
I iseJ-In Mud t.li.o'I\argf'll u. es :
the hrtitv t.> are a iWI.ua-\ : stein that hr.V
pre "? I' \ war
returned to Mrs Collins 108 South I I there is only one city ill Florida ; with that charm of grace and l hopit.ilitvthat !1' i .
ti"tl "h f .
Palmetto. 1 I Daytona; and avows that hereafter mdi'lKMldriKf'Have won the sane admiration of then J iii,:'' "Kit-i! .j lib.iiin,. fT .iJ :. li jG Received.BinghamMa1eyCo.
I .
: Ins. this. elate 11..t.. .
he will confine stav t-
Mrs. V. ,Vuillaume of North !leach I' several complctclj fur- 1'lr. pr.'Knuti of the Clay ain <.h.itci IV"-iiitti' .m >h,- :

street, accompanied\ by her brother, '.\. Vaii'leVonl' I.q tona ISe.u'h, : nished cottages 7 rooms: bath. Its| ( MM. William Ungtr MtA her :ihilitv .. I It.... t. lOllllllll.i'l.>!I .,\' .

David Deuel, left for Havana Cuba, Fla., contractor and huil.lt'rIf cement I etc.: located directly on beach. !! a- a manager was fully ....nnn 'l b> the .
; lever manner in whichl I.adat- : JM--I.I.. : ..f i ..,. *IWJ :
reasonable month ; htfipy' .mil i ly
Sunday morning. Mr. Deuel will :, sidewalks, Ii first-cla" work I Rent ; by or the .
ranged eetilMr -
return to his home in New Mexicoin .t guaranteed :tS- It balance of season. .Mrs Kothcr- -. J_ I). Maloy initiated l thy <.M-I- i t".I|\ G.r fir :.tiling: :in.Isj -- :. '

about ten days or two weeks, but j of Ii sperger. Cherokee Cottage Sea- rim l y ni dmg.' an mteri.,tmg have| | on .' .: Mi t., s| f, ...h..... : {
Chamberlain proprietor
( 0.
Mm Vuillume will remain in Cuba' breeze Ha. IT.:.i't "1'1... ttugin'4 :,t. Cak'ntine's II IY.' 4
I house i is out a : .. ,.,,', ,. :
until April. Mrs. Douglas and Mrs. the Palmetto laying I \\"hlle- MLS* lit..t. Ilt..y I eauttntlh. I j .11. tll \ .

Payne) nieces of Mrs. Vuillaume, road 1111 his property' to the south II I .1. Earl lluon.; of Numlier Vine, i r....ih'l l uTIat' "1<1 o..tiIW"IJ: '_ D.I111- : \ 1.,.,. ,'. JI.. 1 .1 I t :

returned Tuesday to .their homes in ''of I the hotel. and running east andwest has. had ,."nstru..ted in :S II. Move'sworkshop ,-'n rrtnfc-ril: in \.mr.lftim."lt: I "-i 1 .. .1

from lleaeh street to Palmetto ) !IHI".r. hest M-ttee of ,&olU'tl.
Jacksonville.Call a I MrII.. S. Millniau renal an "imiiril
I avenue. This street which Mr. mahogany: that is a very hindxotneas : | 'ftn-m uf much merit on The 1 l.tlin"tt" i THE GLOBE i

at Fletchei's 'n see latest Chambeilain will marl and put in well a.. unique sl't't'imen..r workmanship ('luh." Tbf pnrtu tusk the > lul in-ii Furniture

novelty in post cards: containing. a fine condition, will open up a number I. The woik has. been in the IHTthnmgh a duce "Pcnronbulirc| I

"baker's dozen" Daytona views. of lots which h111 liter put hands of II. Y. Thomj>son. an eiu- with a |ItOJtrayal..( the ben..ti<-..ntaeeotnldi.lwd nr i\ : Clothing) Shoes and Gents' I PITCK urttishings, :
Ly tA" climb : & roSTI'R, Proprietors. : !

i T. A. Snyder, of Cincinnati. who upon the market: : rlo'e of 1k Jove; The ear uprights The ,oresi
legs of the settee are made.) ., ._ __ .____
or _
r owns a fine residence property at *For first class kodak finishing I' paINe{ IOn "Th Ijttk<<' MK :(-- \nnit" I'.nk u -- -
of the bah'"iof\ au old mah.gany mson and Miry I: linger llannmi th.
Hobe Sound, has rented one of the go to Sardiner's.Mr ; **** **** *** ******* ****** ***** ****.***************
1 oapeton, secureil on the heard frllm Fun of the I+aThe nitt ci-m-\ I"' ....................

I. R. Durns cottages on Cedar and Mrs.I lien ford Deacon an\1I. the wreckage of some vessel;; sod i original and ajfiln-.iW- in jx'int .HM, l ll : ; \- I IL Ill I I II'I It si. I'I I \ \1 III-..M' I l : .1

street, in order to be able to enjoy I :iv'e much ainii.-einent to the h.ii<'r-. iI i
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Miss Jessie Brown entertained at i skillfully worked up as t"I form a j jtotril.inglJ 1 FIRE
the automobilin provided by Day- "I>jwnth ShadLau.> Ihr (;"<'- 1 I Ii
home of the former I :
501 I" at the lieautiful, yet old design.: ". aleiitme'men
tona'a hard streets and the good and \ two MIIren: The Cleveland
TUf'sday..t"Iing. Alwut 30 guests! i dried t.y )Ir... t". S. I: .-nltnlith nun' .h h .
with
roads of the vicinity, together were present and a most enjoyable I Get the habit. Ituv\ the ( .v.q"-, News pmt and clTPctn'enrar."I'roeing e*

the unrivaled beach. Mr. and Mrs. ,\tthe close of I Pictorial edition. the I tar' was theo givn; innmrtled ., .. i .. EXTINGUISUERSI
evening was spent. M !>;II< J i i \ 11 i j. ; [> -i I'ot.t .1 'n' : i
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friends of S. II. : ttas
Snyder are personal tones hv Ilr K. II IIhlJ ght -
the games delicate refreshmentswere : ,I"II! \\J.j., i "!-I.! 'U-t \ '''!II\l',1.1 1 "' I III f f. .'..'.11 I. -. :
and family. Phunr'..raph.Tilt'
Gove |
served Miss I Johnson was s Reduced to
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rhikJren tf Mf.tU3K S. .M.ii. I

You will find souvenir spoons at awarded lady's prize and H II. Pare I assort'tand 11t.1..- .\. IU Kig<*tt :and t). McL'mnpnttilv : S. B. GREEN( Proprietor. : I

prices that will interest you if you borough was the winner of the genetleman drea.etl in ink[ :a1l.1h t(' tai iI ..
$14.00.
Clark's Jewelry Stcre. s prize Largest i\ing basketfilled with vaJentuifj. >>. ,.. ,. .... viMt.u\ i I
: go to gin the work uf t'l-tnbution! ..f it.n'. i '. : I'h'I' :'i': I I1: it i: iv 11 tl> ; ; I'I'inihnitr .:

I The Daytona Steam Laundry has \V P. Graham, of Warner, N. 11. prices nipnibraacea. !.iI.fCMCC4 ..C.CCCC.CCC..C44444C1.K....X.X.r.r4..r..tf A Until: Jan. 15th. I

horsepower with W 11. Ed-I Miss Marion J< hn-<'U, i hainuaouf the
received a new forty who is stopping I I
jut::

boiler and smoke stack butMr. mondson on Ridgewood avenueafter:I of trial ense'l I Vlk l>y .a iou.-number fruitpuiuh I ... ..... ..5 ..... ..... ..... 1JJt.s.! .'.. .. ...1e.y.y....... !.!...!.... iI '!-....: I IVorking
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Shear is undecided as to installing making a tour of the coast resorts, : II in Sea Shells souiivenirs ( young, little heart--hajwd "skeand: DEPT Feed

time in his estimation there are h".nt-motT' .> vandieA -. I \ : I II
while the they same are at crowded the present with work. says but three that worth com'sideringDay Alligator I I The Seaside I Inn. j D L1( Constructed.

Entertainment
Ua of :
The boiler was ordered early in the : tons St. Augustine and :Miami; andas 1, j > I
and Tas", L: I.. How( ;ird, the genial! boa ..f 1 the ":.l'. -i.1laa.l./I I l i .' 'I' ll I I I' i
fall but delays occurred which presented -i he is again in Daytona after visiting \ ii novelties t I ( Mil} 1IHu.Liul'' in Muith
U hue lK.Us c. Havt-na: heathet'ured ..,.. .. .' tf..' ''
IlI'r
the other mentioned, it \ .\ .I 11'1, ti, '.,' t'1 ; : 1. !I. : 1"1": Ulorll; 'tluipltetlivith i Insuran I
its arrival at the proper sea places ('&Sin". i
Ke.itii
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the U'\\l luiit; alk-y at :
son. The smoke stack is twenty is but natural to infer that he places i mania and Cat-eye \\edne-day .veninit.:. for the .okUM. olIn ; HORACE F. STEWART. i f fii : '<' standard tc..t.

inches in diameter and fifty feet in this city at the head of( the pro : llli'St."h... t'lrnt'dJUt in f"rt. and : "ii.i-) 'nn:" .ald. i I.-A .i.I'. .1.i ",11'iv,.', i I r. ,i '.1 'rii-i..t-i. I i H nutn "n > I

I chains.McFADDEN -pent a I.iea{ ;.tut evening; ktmekiug d<)\\r : !I I '.. llVtrlooU rirf '
length. cession. \ a"' ,It- :IJ'; | ,1''II'I" H -t-, U 1\1! !.I t.0.' tet I' ,1'Mtlt' ; MMIIB4 Address Box
the pins, -elite gOl-.1 ::*. IM lms inud i I''f"' ,'. ', t ..i. ? .. its..1- :'_' ''H- -i 1' :&11.1! It.-.u.I' -
FoB 1.1-Lot: on North Ridge- *tLosl -Hand bag. Intwecn Fairview In the morning ..l the same day Mrlloward -. i i'I

front 750 feet deep; and Ormond, containingkeys the lr .f .t : I American La 99.1)
wood, 108 feet Ave. 1 J. and guests nun < ;

fine building lot; a good bearing and cards of owner. Finder \ I dozen or more drove to Number Nm''i ii Surf Bathing is Unexcelled. j; Fire Engine

or&uge grove G.on B the Seaman lot. Price 530 suitably rewarded by returning; to Corner Ivy Lane and Beach :* land[ enjoyed'laic A pnvn., dinner a' tin'. ,, t.r't.s..fy.w.1t..al! .,,*'! .**."*..'....<*...!<.., ,.s..i|,"ft""'< .m.-.'i'*...,..,.,. I ......M.....
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.NNN.NNNH1.111.11111111N..NI N.N NNN1/11: 1 LOCAL EVENTS. s.i.i.i.1.i...i........... T| ri|rrjnf TTf n f rrj

: J. B. GARRISON It D TULOU : s
g 5" Legal Notices :
RENT !! f
PAY
WHY
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inhere
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+' .t If you come Wire up and be up to .date If : ..................ui.i... "
James P
Vimng was aisitor
y i you do not use electricity jo'i are
Hart 2 from Ormoad First: pub lib 16; lat Mar 9) Whets run I an buy a lot, bi.ild( a home and let It pay rur "wlf theI11M9.t
and buy a not modem If you do not progress Tuesday
1 ."-e:in N'.a'h m tire worl 1 and the prettiest platys in Florida. .
T 3 ou rctr(1gra.JTht re is no 2 \n Ordinance
Da\toni stitioncn. HINKIN .
t! Sdiaffner Jt Marx Mill or our- I standing btlll We will turniali : : audit New Bridge and Boulevard.
Tucinplu an i\xit| account;ml to
of : Electric Applies: for son', office : Dr) If K. DuBois was: up from the accounts of each niinirip.il[ otfieer I .\ IIl'l"' I bridge. owmiJe long l *.|>aijmHg, the .Halifax ricer baa just! -:
results
r coat, consider all the : or home Appliances of the most : Port Orange Tuesday handling uiomjs of the rHy. I l Ilt't'n completed{ by the Port Orange Bridge Company and a Boulevard! ..

the transaction to you. Leaveus modern and effective kind at of Ik-Daytona it ordained, Florida bj :the eommon council i w now beinj tC.built bj Dr. Vanaluih to connect tin hri.1JC"'lth the J

I prices modern and effectu That Y Charles I'ettigrew, a wealthy capitalist -.i 1 That an t'xpt'rt accountant nol connected t sewn iM-iuh-laid out a! folio VMTwoeiitLt: : foot lielle1" ..id walK*>- :

out of it; assume that we I is, pnct? that secure the bu-infs' i of Joliet, III. is: a guest: : of the ; with (he municipal government I II next inside two fifteen toot ll' n..wn..IDPlt inside 't\\'o tHflv loot -;

FI' I II I be emplojed annually to audit the accounts -' fliellttl} road-* and n thirty foot nrnsward ia the center. AlliwurtN : gtr'en- -
4 make fair we do I Kidgcnood : ;
a profit; : 'I Daytona Electric Co. : of eat'it municipal<'er handling! .
I to U out in beaiitilul" + subtropical foliapMHI! nlf Palm* t W
pat
if tin and t tthe <
city
1 fl.r'fn."ta moneys report -
But make a btttcr pic-lit i' F't.Nr Irv}' liin.lnu'O'l: niiatsL .. \'inUm U..mlll')
1 you i' '.3 South Death Street nilllKll a st><'ii is prartieabh'. fur. lIiinitnini piikeiM( fl I'y J..ll'llUn.ll..r (lain ((1 ..
: I'TMH.1! tint n' I'ling January :J*\. I I'JdTI'lvril his Slotof tl$..> !'soiithhii'I.! r.torhthat liar 11I1i'.o eMr*' tun1 dent ;
? 1.. II from Miami
than we tloSou] git t the c1tlwsToo \ .......++. 44+.........+..+++*+..+.......++..*..+*.... I I'urdj < ;ini up I -'P. ord l r< i.line January -\. a hiiiiit1 III theN'Uth. Tlw ...-rang.lolti's. llouUxard' IM iianUil l br, 1

I ,: I get abbolutely huncht. all.r' .N..1.1/N.........1..........N................111 =Ni Jalast:, for aiMt ith his I'JI7! I'asst.lthtt'l, 1 r.'.i.hue. r.I..ar.\( l II tatagtiilfrnlblgfl.nes'on'.itlsrsidr, ofIhi-( thirl.\.f..1 Olt. dun -:
f f.III1II."II :N nth
l- I strut IIrli'r"I'! | in'th..hard.wranIcach.. THW! "bbiffxri.nllll.\II.lnn, \l'ii.u'" THtlH -

r'-", wool fabric; clothes you tan icspec. I.I THE REO CARS. i i I.r. Imuli Il'tM..ns al'll| to 1:. \\ dli: .\I.M: I:. M:.. t't. uf< tolirnoulI.li"c''UIlIr.iudltli", tl>"* I''''I..f Ontoiu, and arcIen ...c:
.11lcst .
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.I; that >wu don have to ai>ul- Prif..1.*. riiier. r n. u.m":1. tf.Mrs f 'i.i I:. I iir/ ,iu\n: ', .,.* donaledluIhe, l town ..I I South Uril.i. nilli HMMr.hlrM i"nr: J
I j 1'it' l1l.rJ. 1'llal.t1..hnlll.. In' u..1| ""r.'IJ'( tat pill-lx' I larks. and IHI t building: .Iutll -

[ ogize for or be ashamed of because .. Annie KausJii: turned) on ) e\ 'rl..*t're.tfd tll'n"lII"tl..r\\i_ th.ni ur'n ,1'1'f'f\Jlor fur shelter _
\\here\cr 3011 go 3ou MC them
r they're not what they seem. : And wherever you I see them they go. : Sunday from Palau Ucacu and is ('c.lt.! lt(..:.5)) from ram. etc
t Within tbc riparian rights of tln town uw found t tl hr fainou-!* Port ...
I' : at home on South Heath street NOTICL.The ( .
again
You Ret: what no .'merrerizetlr FOR A FINE DRIVE take the Reo i l)rangoyt n. Tarpon Bay a few minute**' row !from here, has at J

i WhatisLil} Water' Call at following was adopted by the trlt\'tt'll] pone of the 'greatest *port men. In the Halifax, one J

r cotton" clothes could ever give w Touring Car. : the electric light plant. City Council at its regular meeting February mile wide, studded with inland. we are reminded fif the St. Lawienee
J
11, l' 07, as the budget for the
I. and Iwr thousand l isles. ,
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: you-long, satisfying: service, A food sale \\illlieiicldiii the fiscal year MOT! : -
i They are safe, speedy', reliable and none but first-class drivers i Salary Clerk.................. .......... $ :25000 I From thebndgi-you( will find fishing unsurpassed in the United! '
: shape-keeping service; tailoring them. .: iuild (Hall of St Mar>'!s Episcopal alary Marshal.......................... .150.OD :-\tatt'l-fil.bing all the yeur+ round) And say!-euch fishing! Gee! -:
Z accompany ................. .
: Church this afternoon from i! 00) alary City Attorne} 100 00 lave house Rent in the "dmml'r. Ibis being the
t For information as tj plates of interest reached by these cars, ; in your own it ,
.l' that fits your ideas and shape; [ alary TrTasunr........................ 10000
: : rates. etc call on or telephone| to 1 until 5;;
style that's distinctive.r t-alarv Collector.. ...................... >00.00I flier resort Here is the fivesmiletakp on the famous Ormond.Daytona
MOTOR TRANSIT COMPANY ttBlI' Tttlej India and Ceylon City l'hysician. and Medicine.... 12500initit Auto Race '.011....... Ve the I IM! II here! \ road is to tie built from Or.i .
.. Such clothes preserve and i i: Teas of London, nghnd: 31: -Icb-Ij I > :on ................................. ""0000 mood to Ponce Park Tb trackless. J
r-t : Salary Major: ............................ 40000 i ( InlfJ) nnd n trolley run putting? '1
Phone 28. First Street, Opposite the Electric Light Plant Mr and Inr.. 1 II.! Collin and into Daytona (Itench in fifteen minutes and Ormond half an hour. ..
; strengthen a man's self repit t; I I.Interest on bonds. ..... ............... 100000Mrctt i you in
; Mrt James Heed of Dawon) Lighting!!: ......................... 400000 I\t'tylnt: will have modern improvements such as a water main, J
"mercerized cotton" makes a man : B. M. WIl I IAMSON, Manager.If : Pa.'j Printing... .......... ........ ............. 300 00 M.twr. e" n tent sidewalks! 1'11t'1I..1 I roads nnd ample fire protwtion. J
I armed Sunday and arc occupying 'I Fire Protection......................... 50000MtTft ALL f.OTare
ashamed to look his clothe; in i i their home North :' .. and Sewers: .................... 000000 : to I lie sold on the installment plan-f J; : down; f 10i
I you IP thinking of braving a IU\AROCT or TOURING C\K. and on I'idgewoodror I Extra Police 75000Mindm : month; no interest; kwon and] }IJ-itilevard lots 100: ; inside lots '5

j the face; or ought to. :ruu\\i..htllL.n.. ." w""fIIl'HDI (',\H> are the best for the pri"f't'allon I I For t first: class work-Datona I i i *.. :::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::: 100000: : X:30H: riser lot facing on two streets. $G">0, corner lot., ?1'KI' and

or writ! to IH"FI-TI A; CHOUCII. Agents, I i! One mill to he levied and raised as a I: :!,(;fN). Only l'+0 lots will Iw sell at them figure, but ran have
.i At Gazette; -News Office. Dajtona FlaWhat Steam, Laundry phone $. tf Milking fuud T. I:. IITZOEIl\LD, you
i! your dlok"I1..u1..ard. 100 fret wide, laid out 88 above described 4
....N............N.....N..........N.1.1..1111.... ': MINI: Hose Garland: of New York : City.. Clerk
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........... ... i.Citarmed Monday and is \'isitinpi :: 1 I IHr-l! pub. !''''>. :n: la,t puL Mir I') ; Dr. J. A. Van

i Anthony Bros. i with her pmnts. Mr) and MrJ. 'I SIfEl IFf'S S.\I.E. c\rl.J.\.tu: Daytona valzahj:

l! M. (iaiI.tuti =Sjiilh I B'h! '! .
on Mrett I'wln t ami b 1 > \irtia of an cxt'<'ulion
Do You Know l il't'u"tl l out of and under the seal! of ttuI tiliLlullir.V''r'rr.rlrWrr."V'm''imiNNiM
Volnsia] County \bstract, [ I *'Hmhwood's foutUrM : 'in'mt Court for Vu.it! :, County. I'lor-
ids, in a !suit (M-nding: in said Court t wr
r I i Investment and Title In- r.UI)' of tin1 ]>rpit\| owners on j! \\htreiu, Bernard II. (:uIJll'rSons< / ,
I
'the north illl'If Svnnd I, ire |>1 lint ills and J. .\. Ja.kM>n K I)...
surance Company. About That ? accrue 1: (fendtnt I have leiied up"n :IC the pros f .
S Titles Insured. ; have: been {Hitting down) lenient city <.f tin !defendant, J. .\. Jack.. ) Baggett and Post

l'AIIE\D.J.A\IIII1. M,lenalka and! there i..l.t| good !I lion, and will soil :it public' auction to
Ih.TFIf\u. I Pros !
the highest and l Itt'!st bidder for (":15ft. in
President ;bec'y and Tn as. I l pert of it Icing. made roiitinuous';I.I front of the/ court house d...i it 1.10311\1.I ,, ;;
\bstract furnished and title perfectedMaps l. A real estate proposition in the cen I
ill aid <'ounton Monday the first di\ i.
from (leach!
Plata and Blue Prints Supplied.Oppoeite tntt to Ilidgrwnocl: of April, A. I H.,1'! U7. during the lea t i
olusia County Hank avenue in the near: flit'in*. hours i>f salt.| the following dicnlxd Real EstateI
DELIS! M.ORHH. ter of town that earns 12 per cent on real l ..-.tatf'. tll-wit the zest ::1."> feet of1I.rtll i

: Dtytuna.tati' II'tl's. !90) feet of I 1 (. '
l',tsv I). LUlJl Iti.i:T FIH! >n.ty : ( lot 7, 1ck I. see uc'salsliyiion <
of 'lots II. 1.:! and II, (ii fMo
LANDIS & FISH $12,000, and you can buy this propertyfor Tilt'I 1 I''t hnnrv !Mth) i..sllC' of theNitniilit ,'k :.3: \I IMMI .V: olernan's addition I

: to Pa\ tuna: also lots 3 and 4. block 4.
( \tiitriraiireproiiMt( ** ole\
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW :rc".lw.s suNiiMsion of lot11. 12 and I
12000. If you have'nt but $6,000or eraliew of the :Mauley; Mtamer II. I,KM'k :.3: Mason A: l'tllt'man's a.ldi- ie
in all State and ledtral
Practicing tion to iMMon-i, all l> in Xolu ta I InsuranceOpera
Court. Civil or Criminal business pen as i photogra' 1'htl by I H I II tat-one. county. II I.'rid.i.' eiiig l

careful attention. Special facilities for even a trifle less you can buy it just of the Kodak | Kef. Ruth U:fore and) :'"s-ihl pn |nrtwill I Ite t.ld| to satisfy r
land l title! .... ..
mvettliratinz and perfecting I !tail t'\ uti"n in the fun of ninl'tyCourtan.1 .
after the accident
; the
dining rcvent
i DEL.\ D, ILORIIM. fort)'.time hundredth-- (y4.43)djilirsand ) I. House Block
the sameand the rest of the :: SEABREEZE, FLA.
I money race. in which Fred Marriott to { int<'r st and<<1 costs of proceedings

DR. HOUGHTON :mira.'ul..u..ly. .>!'ot'al c.l t"ri'MIj; injur :Sheriff thereon of \olusia J County It. 'n('KNLK. I noritla.'F"lr't I rOTT.UJLS: FOR
will cost but 6 cent .jr j jI SALE OR RENT, Outside Acreage I'ro-
you per so you see "
For sileNUT'
= gentle horse pub Ft.h 't I: In.t I'U", )Iar. 7.. |-ertImpnnetl or Unuupro'.e!; control most of the unit prov'e.l I Iproperty
DENTIST. I suitable for f.family, dra\ or deliver}
: I r in Seabreeze; represents two of the Fire InsuranceConivinies I
.. I you can be earning 6 per cent on the at a bargain. if J. II: Hi: MI.Miv smwrs SALE.
,: a, | that came throng the San Francisro disaster! with
Office: Suite 1, Opera (House Block. "nda I anti h}' \irtucif antcuti<.n-'
other fellows cash. : Aimer Mann of Scabrook} i'I'Ui..1 out of and under the seal of th.. EE capital and) Mantling unimpaired.

Phone 32. principal| "f ,the public M'INs'i at HuI imuit (ourt for \'<.lu: ti C"untFI' ;,..
I in :i !suit | ruling in .ti.1 l Court herein fr{ I..I ym... ym'4JAJ.A ym } IJ IJ}"}amf
I III w, "I'nt put of TIIs.l.1y and p:'. J. rnlorisPluntilTand J. .\. JackM.II 9 lU IIY ; Y Yi

lIaac \.1St.wan Egfcraniy I Pretty good proposition is'nt it ? I II 1Ccdtolay ill iXntoiri with friends' I[, th.* pni'xrU i.< iMmildit! of the. I said have: defendant.levied l u'ons'!. J. A. ."....", \t'111.t1"""" """"" """"'" """""

;, while 'nr nite to DeLnnd tll attend Jtck-oii. and will roll at public imtionto i
STEWART & BLY know all about this and be of
will
glad .
I I II i i i tin 1 annual meeting of the Yohi-ia '' the highest and I" st bidder for rash. f
in front "f the court house door at !lieLand i,
LAWYERS, the ( 'ouaty Teachers 'Asxxntion: in I in slid County, on Monday. the I San Mateo Cigars
to tell all about it
opportunity you tint this of \pril. :\. II. 1007! durmc
I II sessiu tint Tn-
Office la Bank Building ILL\ND) : Fl..\ I ; : n at I jiluv Thursday: 1 11.e legal I hours of sjh, tin futluakgdeserlt'cd :

tz r Branch office overPostoffice. D \\TONAClapp's = and show it to day and :Saturday of tins \\'f'l'k. : real estate. to-wit : the nest! T., I
you. feet <,f north !t0) feet of lot 7. bl 1,1 k 1drtrne ,

I'r ............ ... .......11N I I i Tin llcilc l Harbor leaves the ferry II, ..f Mock a sul.53 h\ision M!I.L."ICnIrnmn'l'of lots; 1 I. U: and addition 1!' Have MadeReputation

) 1 jdiHk I t'\"r tiuntlly alt.'rnt)?n at hynn'eitek to I);11 tona: aNo! lots 3 an1to t tl

R. L.I Smith. i fir dilIt n'llt |is,into "f mterot l>lo( k I I. drctne's .vutiihtision) of lot. 11. '
Pharmacy i i It I 12 and 13, bio'k. :..1. Mason .l Colt'nnnadditu '> ,
: I on tin rit'r. IJonnd: trip .'V' 'n to .Pitton.i. dl being I in \'..- I A of

lu ta l'.mt) 1'lorn"1:1. '!
1'I1t' MI>M- J.HM.M. anti i Matilda Siul nrotM'ttv still IM sod: to s.iti.f\ ,
: The Rexall ................---------........--------............ .': said ni.'uiion"in the oj fifty: and; f
- - - ------------------------------- Ninth,. "I I .\ll i.hen 1'.... who sum
II ..*.......++.+.+...............1++.11.+..+........+11j + t : > spent three on*'-hufidreIth< ( p>001)) ) dollarsand
; ., I J.t \\intir atilt )Ir. and Mrs J. E. interest and e !!st* or proceeding! I Their Own.

Cottagers and Tourists at Daytona *: Rush: on IUMn+'t. are :again with thim.n J. i H.: Tl' {\EH. I I
: : :sin'ruT of Y..h..it| County. iIirstpub .
; t Drugstore Ntt.\. |1"'.t1'r\t.lll'nhl.I t t I'-'tUl.ltltl(111.1: ( :: them t '-.aThese: fstmiablfI1

i : (l lei). 9; ln-l pub f.m-I 91 t I The of the Sin Mateo
( is
i i : lit"- ire .1\'t'I.ly| interpxtctl in s.'u'n- succe: Cigar one of

Cor Beach st and Orange Ave "HOTEL PALM BEACHIVautifuIlv : : till' matter anti I harp: found d) ora >re'ialaster's Sale. I the greatest industrial triumphs of !the East Coast
t t : I ndt'r and by authority of a decree of I
i 'lJ l for
I Foot ol South Dndge. t I.sat tnllH-twf.il J tl. iht'in and l.tU' Uurili, in Palm I"adl prop! :, I materially i t er (not.t I'.ilm Ittath. ) 11\. rl<"-kil I... motor brat l r in. roars and ..i11. i tin ah'1IIl'\'lIu'nt of science in New (irruit ,.f Ilorida. in and for \'.>- : I
: "t'lIi'lIt t toils i iiiinit ns next: doni iMijfl.U.r the Royal l'nuwiall. (11..1 I and If
Intu in dllIlc''n', in
; 'r ...... .. . ....IIIING. garden". coif links! and Hint I atliiny;: Iaintaill., n'tilled II(-;'tr..TaIIo.i/ t.nmand ,t.. I i y,rk. I'ltt-.nurg and "ther 'itifHi therein eounty'|M'ndmyr. therein Man :'pt'IIl"a came, ,> ,4compltirant I, : (from the choicest growths! of tobacco that the
I f -- I unities *t'kins tin :1o'1''lIIn.latinll'< of a I farce tnttd..rn hotel I /but |,n,ft-ri ,: Ii and Hron M 1. Milliner and !I IKos. remn*
; f' little I., i a smif tin I fointnlitx' [f-land of Cuba
.f
!the lu" !'t hotel _and more nnnlfr.it.! rit s : !: .' MilliiK\ hisifi. an difuidints. I i ran produce and wrap
I tt A. KLOCK M.D. \vrumstatrst.o-dlrnittswit. ) I, ith. (tabs 91 t tit :?:,.._ I"I"| -.ul \\.1.1.\. : ri (rtinnin pick:igr to oMim ln-st r.I .- I will sell\ it public outcry to the highest; l ped l with the rich silky leaf grown on East Coast j
'I
> : .. j' plantations
,) O1'nJanaar3'th.I W'rit.-forillustrat.'dlsokk| | t. .\dlr) ). "- : :suits' ;n- rl'II-1it and ht': y the i ipar industry of the world has never produced better
burr of the <'ourthoUse in the utof goul
"Hotel
Palm Beach, Palm Beach Florida. : i B.'nfonl IKaeon( and John V. ('tII .l-) Ih Land ill said e ,unt\.' and state. dur-

:h. Physician and Surgeon. ...................................................... I dtJlIgh. 1111 their recent hunting anti .ine: th*' l legal hours. if sale. on Monda\ ,' I For stale' I-} all the leading: hotels and dubs and li> the t m.'r i|
; I \pril 1.\ I 1) I'i07! I*"me the first Mon- News ( t>inj)>any on train
i' f 139 s. IlidcetAoodA\e. 1'hone ::... :.11.1..1111..11.1.1..1.1.1.11111.111.1.11.....111.1I .. I .lnng trip" at the heal I of the riser day in !said month all the following i d<.- every entering Florida

r i Office Hours II Isecnn'd 1 several) fine (ion skins and, !Mnbedlottracts or .pareils of I md<. Twenty sizes, ] and grades
]
f !' -S. 12-1 7-s I I :situate and bting in \ohisii ...unt\. styles to select from _
t .. iiletrhidt'. the litter. however. they I londa.knoun and destnled :i>. follow\ '

\ I f DAYTONA rL..1 .\. 1 I till nut latin is a trophy of their Lot 11 and sbdiiMon! ; if tin I '(Ok)I SAL::1W ALL DEALERS

.'- !; : .skill hating rl'l't.in..1! it from a .northwest liarterofctlon! quarter 1.IIf township the ,southwist 19 1. south Manufactured
i IUJ:
.1 P. R. BENNETT M. D. I Ask Mr. Foster j : fiunil They relent tlM ducks as of range :11 cast, containing' oin'"' a, r
k shown l>\ map if :-". It. \\ iN*, tax asM.sorof S. W.
I :kt t 1. I rather sears anti i shy They had a Xoliisis <'oimtfiled Mtv: :{. ROWLEY'5ANMATIO. FLORIDA

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON : 1 pl.'a-vint trip in all respetts.III + 1'Ji.hrtl.!
1 lot ;a. suUIaision of lots! I .\11.1. l J.
Mr Fo..tl'r I i-i ,the (trixcllcr friend. hisothcis 1' ,"\A'ityJ.LL-Ljdj,
.
section :
t t. t l l"u"'e and lot for saU- IInvuth: \ township It.! south < f range
Phone 14i.( Office at residence couth- .{1 east eontainiDe: 4 acres. as !shown It\\
west corner of Ridge wood and Oranpatenueo 1 :art d.:1ring hunM'+ for mf.irmitioti of all ruts; here :: ; li.Jg,1.: I Ioue one \.':,r old U i : map of >. H \\il! Office hours 1 to :'I t and fi! to *< : ,' ruins. 1o.lth.l..r ;.\. .:'. Will sell I. \' rnunty, lorida !lilc l M 1.1\ t
: Jon will lind) tlevcnptne printed matter cnnccrmngtravel : furnished or iiiif rnibed I. Call or 1S97. with :dl the buildings tt.t'r."n tpthtrmith wg MO if

r Fred E. RanKin, .: ererywlierp. Mr Footer knows a great deal : 11dress Mrs I Margaret unborn DoDtt \ I m nts th<.n'\unt all.> belonging and singular: t!:. to AJKu. 1

:: *:'. ) ..inI .I. III: : M.l.nWJ:
Expert Accountant Books Open : almat Cnbo, Floncb. Jamaica and tlje whole Sooth 1. i spy,1'1 il M I.-t.
'
I iu- !-t,'aim'r I 1'acte Sam will proli-' --- -
ed, Closed; or (Adjusted. 1 (>nuntJ') lie will tell you about train stlioilnles and) 1 arrive fn her extended
lf ably t.\.hty m I NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS. r 1-- F.
:
Box 572, Jacksonville, Florida. will engage your Loins at hotels; he i ii alvagfal : trip to i Palm !leach and Miami. with In I'IT. 'nr f''tlTT. ><'\tilth Ju"l1' 1 1.1". 1 ,,'
Uit pI( I1.trr! '! I. III and! I I..r \
I ; j ; References: S. B. Hnlbard?:JJr. liti : tn answer' questions and to do everything toinaXeour : the original Charter l l"art aboard (t'utln*.\ ia a
I t Catitain \\'ill Mt-('ey says the (Uncle 1\ 'IUI'l.Inlh.l : 1 :
i I tens Dank of Jacksonville, People Hank : \' visit to Florida both pleasant and profitableMr is : II., '111.1-
I i I cud Truet ('0., and other : ; sun i. the fj-ttt boat of her <'latsun v ..
'
; i 2 roster s ('t\"i\'t,> are free-no fee are ever asked .:: the I Last C'oast anal i has been ','I'I' s' ri.s H Ti,-ml" I

I'I' New 1 IIr., accepted. So' when .toll are in < ::onbt you I lettersk : tning t.> pne it to the down river' I; Toru 1'uu It Thonia I e I IS
; YorkLadies' art ht'n'l.y requircti to t.. ,
appear
tl 1: ,\ Mr I h ustcr 4 11t'l'I'le j | \\t\ .tT ring to rats any of the Dip of. complaint Sled herein aitnit -t : JIT ,

: their boats fir a good stake, but he yuu in th. aU>\*> ntitkil caUH. on "T .
1 .i i before th. 4th daof. March, ,\. |p .I ,\: .'Nt.N'1h.1A,... ,.. .... ..
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Tailor I hale ut taking; his 1 1907Th. : .."n..m.. .w.. ... ........
I ti; : HE PROBABLY 1 M..V..tJft..wn..n..n.....to....'it
KNOWSMr i
: offer *: )Dajtona r.oiette-Neut; ; ," !SIlt ri_ :: "It. '1cNRlnf. ,
t'l Iv designated is the ( /'edJeel F .
: newspaper in w itch
: I Formerly of Fifth .: I fir> .\.1.11"11. 11-Nitil. th-ortiershallIt". publirfM-d .
Avenue La or1J. : : U-tto|\&th. one.a w*-,k
: t ened a store for LADIES' TAILOnI Fosters olTicts are at the Sign i' of tLtt.lQf'r : his I N'.Ilt-ol I :ir 1'i! listtrtet.. t..I.-1 i I f"r four cun..eutit'e wet'ks :1

1J.;', I fll in I. G and Remodeling, or anything 1. tion Mark in :. pi/;" Ntc 1 1:1.:::' tf tilts\\'itnrsr l.*>thdtf m\ hard Jinuarv'] and!. seal A. 1).of 19117.s.1M1'I:1.1) \ offi. ,.c. :: MERCHANTS BAN] __

Tailoring line. .
Also French 1: .
I JOIH>.\:\ ::D 8.n'" ,. _
Cleaning and Pressing 1 Jacksonville. St. Augustine. : NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. 1.\ \ PI Is.AHsl: : II|. l'Jk. :: ,.'. 1'.Iati." Count' 8.d.'

I In the rear of Aulttnan store r 1: IMMMI'mt,. :. : : : pitalMocL..... .. ... .. .. .. .. . i?

I corner Beach and Orange,(connected :. Palm Beach.iand.. 2 :\"tut. i-pi\\ n,that..! ,-.sjH-tuI |part- :' sf"r (I'ungdrtuan': { I'ersonal Liability... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,I
; .: ru rup! t'\I"tl1l1: \ t\\e 'n Landi A fish -
II, .1 ', with Aultman.) Special attention to : Havana, Cuba.Vashin ton. D. C. : an"i 1. I:. iiugt-r-ilij i- tin-+ day dioli .- T. E. :::;: Transacts General I flanking Business
Cent's FITZGERALD
-. Tailoring. Will call for 1 ", 1 b\' mutual t'l'D't'nt.lIoui"tan.! d
and deliver goods. i:ie a'T"utt-: due the firm may If pall | -I I Pl>" ('(\ut. Inteiest
I .. .. ..It ,.. I I. .' h-\ IIh.r I r. 1 J.. tit:- ATTORNEY AT LAW ; : : Compounded. Quartet; ( _

- STETLAND. .. .. 6' aii I 1 \\DiN.V: Flea:, ():\\"TO'rLORIOA 5 w ann n., ; Accounts -

( JIj i j 1.1....1111N11111.1N1.1..11...111111..1.....N..1.. J.mln Mi I, UT/i;LHV1: I D '''liVa.4'..*' 'ill'li in Shunts:i1""* for t'J ft nnnjn)(Iand title* I: stet t

,, block 'nne| 1oI| :.'1'!........IIJ..IIJ..y."M., ) Ikposit Iiores ter Itrnt % +

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