The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1907
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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GOOD ROADS FOR From 1.nil'r.n-. m "in uMtlltlll _' CAPTURE OP A TEN lILESORE LOCAL MILITARYTO .: loinpinv F ill :itlMnluMc It tin :inn*.r) HIGH CLASS
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THE EAST COAST. I' 'tu+n "f flu luuntv.. .\11 rHat!, III and I NEHRU( CONVICT OF SHELL ROADTo BE INSPECTED i, fine Ditt shooing:i boys<.f are their expected military to efficiency render j jon I I ROADWAYS

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Conclusion of a Series of Interesting miles of them B)' Marshal I:J i>m;tli and lips Two Be Added h the Many Beautiful i i! By Major) Dapray, of the United States Haow: Become an Actual Necessity.
At pot\.tlt there is no chance: to get TO PROVIDE FOR
Letters John B.Parkinson on through from l".I.a:1d to the west ei 1stof Assistant Polivemenbanted DrUewavs of Daytona and Army, and Adjutant General Massachusetts,New York; and Call-

i This Important SuLj jsct.H Florida! : but :iroidts building from at Arcadia, DeSoto County the Peninsula Towns., Foster on March" 19th. STATE HIGHWAYS | forma LeadingOther States.

; \ manner (.f attention \.:is U-n :it- )lIallll to Ditona, and next winter \lar"h.lll.1.: : ::mitl.1., ." i is< also! ;i Through the Torts( of Commissioner ; Orders have been issued designating i' The question of good roads is one that -
will find it available.1 1H .
traded by the series of Inters, on J.MMI iii'|uty sheriff: leinuil 1 a few wl't'k"10 Potter, backed b) those: of other citizens Tuesday evening, March 19, as the time j ;il. '+. '+. II is occupying the attention of the public ,

roads for the East ("oist <.f H..nla mlE 111:1.lGIlTrn.: THIP-; that an r (':ijH-d con\iet. wanted litr- I..f. tin section of the county, the VoluMicouutv -, for the annual inspection! of regimental i! By Legislative Enactment, by Which I to a greater extent DOW than ever before -
that have inil in tin.J.icksonv cadiathe coutitjat of I Ik.s jto County I commissioners their List '!
recently app" For the bii.tfit of the visitor to Moridi at and battalion headquarter anti Company j and the newspapers of all sections !
ille Times-t"nion. who Likes a delight; in auto'nobihng, was in tin vicinity, and l itnin< iltf'ly | meeting ordered the (convicts to be put I K of Daytona. Hood Roads Can Be Obtained ll ith- I of the country are filled with elaboratt'J 'J

The letter were souritl through; the and who has his own cir with him or took steps tit I locate him : to work grubbing the river road from The annual inspection of state troops I I out Additional Taxation.I j and exhaustive articles relating& to thesubject ; 1 1I

untfirg efforts lion John |B. Pirkin- can secure cir for short trips, Mr: About( tin lags ago Mr :inith learned j Duytona Ik.ich to Ponce Park with instructions -I is ordered by the United States war: department !I I That tin 5UJ.jt..t ..f good road.'iIIlx.. KS well as to treat on metods to {
of this the and ..ffil' -onif thir.R t.f tin f..I1\\s \\lleff'aI..ut" i continue the work until it u -'. '
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sun city, ( iirrgitK ( Parkinson sends in the followingug- <> under the proxiMonif the ; I render the roads dust proof after being

ient secretary of the .lurid.1 Cast C oast ; ,gtbtions; ; :is tn short runs that IIICY !IIf' and I Lsl Friday night made l'rt'llaruti"n ''! the 1'o&nu'a" compl* ted!. I Ii I fwlcral militia act. which provides f..r ||ja attention prominent' Iloridis factor in statesmen occupying the the built In Florida particularly the good :
AatomuhileAssaiatiou.i md I the series mid to e3pt err him l\t\ stathmcd two fitlw i i i Through the f'ff.rb..r Dr. J. A. \'ln an inspection each year bin nlhttr of I roads movement has secured a firnvToot- -

furnish much inter(:' timg data anti information HotI Drm.md. vialicaihto D.ivtoiuMX ) 'I r<4.irp>l itlnt.. s. P !<' iriKk-t"n and 1! \':tl/ah and C..I.'h.1 H', C, IW the donati II the fruited l Elites army under the di- coming doubt session ami of the tile 1f'l1i..latur; is beyond hold and nearly every county m the 1

to the general public: tint will and hair Hides! : across to tin' main i I laid Tailor, ;&t |I"int.! ill Midway likely 'n of sufficient shell has: been sl'curf'll| rf'dionII the secretary of oar, to de I nd>'ntl look forward general to the public con- state is agitating the movement to build ,

prove 01 much value in rwaftlillg the land, the and one-half miles; back toOrmotid to UpcoMti >hy. the<< nuui in an ttTort to I: to complete the work of making this, m tf'rmine'hl'thrr the organized militia I our legislative); colon tf wise adoption tucauresto by hard roads with a vim and vigor that Is ,.

good roads work. Hm.Ios; arross to Hotel The 1 Last of tin M'ri,.> i "u..i..t.i .. ..f MrPirkmson's I ud Ta\h ran sees him and one "f the finest, if not the finest, drives: equipped and ready for active dill in a happy' I The lutomoblle has brought to a
mood, *'ne-half mil total miUi ge: : Hon. % .\. Mat\\ mam" pass
Ktatttmnt rtgtriiiug! roads hu.tlty-fi'e milessTIII Uoujlit him to the Jail, but just a. they I I Ij I ill this <.r any other state the field The inspection this Mir will1 I nprtscntai new era in roads Smiled at in the be-
from : Johns
directly and indirectly I inttruig Divtii- j I readied it, his l..i..tfl4.r broke away from The sum III $1-IOOha", been subscribedto l lie the last annual inspection to M'rununder 'i ot. lountv was recently ginning as the craze of enthusiasts, high

na, and rounds out tin series HUM ad-<<1f' : OTHLK: Till's.Ilotel4)rmaad J I him atnl ran down Itfa\ <-ii street and up !j IN used in ern )toting men and teams the orders of the war dl'plrhm'nt''I' asked h)" :1't.. \ugiistine Heordre- class automobile roads have now'becomean

imrabl)', The GtzeUf'X"Iollld l>ephased I I to Mosquito Inlet! vn Cottage ann Taylor tired two shots I'1 to do the :shelling the intention of those before the termination <.f the live-ear i! |ls'rter if he thought the next legislature, actual public necessity.

to publish tV whole I -nit but beach, tvvihe iiak", return, twelve I at linn, neither of*which took effect( !l"lt I i I having "u'C'f\'i"in( of the work being to period of probationary preparation pro-'I That would gentleman take! up the matter d r.f good roads One curious fact has been brought to
stain' t'uat his
lack of s-pacc preventsethtrtforc miles making total of wenty-Iourtuill'S. i. in his fright; and I 11-11 In r:tn into the II" gin shilling as soon us a section: of a tided for by act of congressippnniil 11' ion tit introdiui I till\ light by some of the poses.: 'in discussingthe

content ourselves \t th )Ir. Ptrkinsiiitf! II'>tiI Ormond to New Miami and fence of the .\nimtllk'fl and fell, giving mile or "" has been fitted to receive it. January 21, 11KT I tale roads. :i providing for subject, and that is that the finest

: concluding statement, as follows\ : return, hn-ntY-'J miles cehtv,' Taylor time to overtake and secure him and to continue to follow with the shell The Flordt state authorities ruhnr Tins bill will roads in Massachusetts are being rapidlyworn

From head! of Halifax river mill. fortv-two miles. Crossing the bridge ....tX..w lie was lodzrd; in the city jail until isiaih: ) section cleared. and graded., so are called\ upon to submit an itinerary cinnmisMoiicM .. create a U.ard "f road out long l before their time by automobiles
to Hot .I e Ir- (ha' next day, when Marshal Smith I that the road! will l he and (: consisting of the presentl
over peninsula. ulitid( :;snixrni to the ocean<< J gives an complete opento setting forth the dates for the annual l o.ird ,,f ...fllnli."i..n'.r..1 and there a therefore serious
mond, a IZmih'tn.tdl, tin mid run added distance of three miles, ...ai'll'ay took lam to X.'m rna and turned I vehicles of all descriptions: ,,within inspection ul the troop, and I when that I.I ( state m<-titutlOs I intention of levying a special tax on automobiles -

rung witlinie\\' if the' nvrr and hotel Ormond to Oak Hill, tlirtymilt him o\' 'r to Drjmly :Mn-nff I Kurtz, | very short time after the county convicts i has been approved by the ciimmuiding :Ctond-Ttr I t to maintain tate roads.

through beautiful hammocks, put cozy .-. 'ixtJ miles: round trip. who took him to iKl. tnd, whrre the I have finished their part if the : general of the Atlantic division hI the l"fa"I..r mad l'tJltlmis-1 \nolhcr problem confronting the road
sheriff< c.1 IV*<-.to <<'.'unt\ '.ill...i for him i ion work MOIUTS is required 1 to surrey :tn.llay out :
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cottages, through rte Hottl ) '
orange groves Orm. nd tn heal of Halifax ; army' orders are issued detailing an I three roads tne from Jack onvilie builders is the amount of dust these machines -
From Hot*1 ()nn"nd down to the famous river twelve miles, round trip twintv- sund:i%'. i The road is already Celled for sonnet officer of the regular armto snake the toPensacola raise-vrry much greater in proportion -

racing beach ism IS-mile frtrctcb four miles.. Tim privnet w.... colored I 1 :1I.11"r I ,' the 1' thing like! a mile south of the Southbridge I inspection' in the order sot firth in the I I, Miami ore from Jacksonville. to l than carriages; or wagons.

Mosquito: inlet, or New 'm'flla inlet Hotel Ormond to I IlelH'ndi:\ Daytona n:itno of Cayman I II:tut 1 IK.rni. .. and some work has been done in I'I'i itinerary. I I I Tampa., and me fnmJeksmvilk! to The Long Island motor parkway will

This road passes :tabrccze, ircndon thirl ,two milor from Hotel i the way hI grubbing for short distance .
) : ; Major John ,\, I Tlurd The probably be treated with crude
Dipra, mtrd Mites i i bo.ird Inn, Daytona Brach, With its liotiNund Ornioud to Enterprise: via D. tuna and ,beyond this There remains to l>e
) NECOUNCIL army, who conducted the inspection last i state institutions hall\ \\, at the expirationof leum in order to harden it and render it
the many pretty cottages fronting the lAl-aiul) fort)-four miles. i cleared md shelled between seven and I
year, will again inspect the various organizations the present lease of convicts, Ica eil1.hnlr dust proof Experiments have already
ocean. The eight miles! Of this Mr Haatv of
distances show tlie
: c great variety this year, and inasmuch ( ...r the number of state a ono iets, been made in differents parts cf Xew
There are different roads west, across if trips that tan U' taken, over I.Mki : IS ORGANIZED Ponce Park, has very generously agreed : this York state with oil
inspection will form theb-tsiscf the remaining one-half to Ixcnipked and tar a* a surface
the |peninsula from the IJ'arhith roads'" with Hotd Ornnnd tl-nl a- :i to shell one mile at that end at his own I
careful observation by the war department upon the three road above mentioned dring-tOmething after the California
bridges across the Halifax river :at S<'a- starling pint md the point to which. >t .. : f' IJf'nof'-a most liberal donation, for I i
officials toJ note the decree: ul I .>urth- The d" rivcI from the |plm-and much is l hoped for
breeze, and from both the north and retort is tn l IIC made : alai ih he i, entitled the hearty thanksof ), i iI I money
I5the Election: of Dr. S. W. Carrollas ciency of the state hire of half
troops Jtpnerall) ont- if the number (.f eon- California has done more than
south end "f Daytona )peach\ all threeconnecting I ill our citizens, as are all others who I .m-I I any I
MOTOHINf.( MOIld\N DLLKiHTCD unlikely! that the sill l Mtts.hall be l I the other section
inspections >c \ I uC'tll.y road c< mniHsioners !- along this line where hundreds 1
Datoni. There is also a PresiJent-Other Officers : have, or may contributed. to the enter- i ,
thorough; conducted Fortunately for in the maintenance' and support j | >> "f miles of oilwl l roads are in constant -
road on the mainland from Ormond, I'hlIIil Many letters hive :llrecJI.n received 'iris.. I Ii I'
Selected that
; ( running south to Divtona. five by tin Tunes-l nion since the by Body. i Davlona will l he as much a ))('ucfidsry: !|the troops in this state, the Lnitcd' of the convict working/ the roads : use
|Daytont' sntwU-ckttcd _city t"C+until I II I I States inspecting officer i;; Major Daprav', I I The above ire some of the salient feat- The oil used for these
miles! to Port Orange. and ten miles publica(ion of these litters! which hive, I IIJY the adding: of this driveway to theattractions roads should be
t more and one is at quaint New :Smyrna: been most :ippn priatel) naln..1"tit"- I hall a spatial j nutting M< ndar evening ,I which we line to offer to'I'I who ai military officer of the governor!; ,, urea of the prox| >sc
Till rOKLsT PHIMIl: Parkinson 1 It'tters" began, md one if I for the i jurjiost ..f trinsaotinpof : "'I, more than 3jircent

.1< ;: them, from the famous promoter of automobile a general nature j''j! the IKtunsula town, and will, we feel<< !| 1f Florida is perhaps al>out as will} in- : onvicts This would give ties) convicts of foreign matter and water.Tte .
This is unquestionably the ptrtticstroad tournlllW'tt",1 I The body. organized b\ Ifttlatg! I Hr. .'I i formed regarding: the ..tat,js' military i, for road budding, and the tate would
md motorboat sun, encourage it in every way possibleCitizen I! I cost in California i.. about $14)IJtr :
in Florida, and, passing as it dots :&: U. Carroll president md Ui.hn ('. ,I establishment as any'[>erson in the :tate, [ receive from the lure of the WjO about
Motoring Morgan: (I1'. J, Morgan) is as [ if abreeze and Daytona I I mile. Every sort of road is treated
: through dense wild wood-, truly it is the Howard \iws-pri: from
follow not only
: gave encouraging 'I 'Uhlm"n dirt roads to the hanlesttitacadain
J forest pnmev'il. "Th recent dote 11I,1.1,) Ralph I K ; The quahfirntM-n oft', M I Huigham, I|Ibutgxwl I money toward the Daytona :', &governing the state troops will n.. doubt that gentleman's judgment; amply .
The roads are made from shill\ takenfrom ,,11. absent from the owm-I ': enable him to make very cinful and ads maintain the convicts working on the
> was city, as a ;
j and New road I that
Owen, from Vw fork to j the ancient mound -mounds in road He experiments| to lie tried in Duval
.. antigeous further
I loer of the .unc.il received J reports.Accompanying I Ii that U.cliOO
was an. or-i 1 then off '' t tI
Da)ton, was undertaken at the writers I j I towns are leading in a mo.t'I this
1 which were found relics of a pry'historic I ered! Hkd Colon I road eonvuto M b*. subdivided 1 1 county, will soon demonstrate -
request: imply to Ih<,what fearfulroads liingham is at i desirable public improvement it is up to I|I i Major[ D.ll'ru on this ; so whftKMtint
age There were bones, human skulls, or apologies! fur roads, exist in this 1 present;; in New Orleans I|I I the jieorle of Daytona to reciprocate !;I I annual tour III federal inspection<< of tlie) i that :'i0 could work on each ,.f the lie product obtained low from grade It e>f will oil be ort

3 arrowheads, Pottery, etc, passing overt country, especially in tlKouth.. I .V contract was made with Melton A j:I I andhow their appreciation of the :spirit : state's militia, the adjutant general *.f al"IIlfllti'"l ed roads, and each of effective
the foundations of Spanish forts only "I lielieved that :Mr Owen or vane j Caiaeronfor I2f yards of shell at 50cents !'' of interpn-i which our neighboring I i I I the state, Major General loiter: will at these 2tn! o itiW) again: -ubtiiVKtal'd into on our who ordinary sand roads.The .

recently! unearthed per yard. '! .cities :j: the same time make the annual insper-s'> four squads JQ(web, and these squadscount gentleman H introducing it
other good driver could make the trip : are exhibiting. there i- c..nfKIPfI it will t. be the
Rock foundation, covered over many after much hard work, and 1 was not I I The following offaerwere vie. .tt"Clly I|I! The tiizctte-News learns: that thccon1iVKls '. tion required l by state law*, and by thuscombiningthe comnicncf work at four different I thing. prove }
ith shell give .1. hee...
feet deep w oyster ci- the council | annual p
dissapomted in that direction The i I i arc quartered on the premisesi two inspections l I :
deuce through charcoal, bones and lottery -' drive was a very hard one, and if course I. Cityttorner I:, ntl raJd. i'i I known as the "*>pencer place near she j 1 1I i iprojiertv i much trouble and inconvenience will be : -- --- :1. If I ite [puts up a fair proposition, our
that for centuries after it was und City l'llpkianHr.SI. L Stewart '1 ia i \oideil. One of the features!! of the County CcnmiMoners and City Council 'I
more or less d.mjerouHOPLSloUTKlMvLINL-. i ii i i I of Dr \ analzah. and that Basket Ball
where the Indians held their Strict ( ''IJIIJII..jolwr-i W" KIN'R.T.WFADDEN would do well to have him make a lest ;
as a place i state inspection it is learned will l he
i i t :. wok will begin there for the convtn-l I a
annual feasts \n of I toad somewhere hire that its value and
interesting basket ball
; game
examination "
thorough rf the
icnce and saving: < f time in going: and j I puMic I II
\EWSM\UN\TOO\h HILL I "It is my hope that within ten )'(.arsi I -, \ coming from work for the present propert charged to each! organization I was played at the Armory Tuesday! evi '- I I cost may be demo
From New Smyrna to Oak Hill the we shill see a trunk lint stretching from II Later their quarters may be changed to I with view to discovering its condition, i i "!lin; etween the Daytona and DaUna ) )- --

road, twelve miles long, passes through Newt>rklo Miami If that laudable some point lower down for the same and condemn such as: unsl'r\'ic'ablf' In I'| Beach teams. The score resulted: Special Meeting of Commissioners.

the beautiful orange groves of Hawks : anticipation is fulfilled, a procession of !I WINS HIS SUIT rCL.on. Those most active in forward-I!I I this respect the elite inspection will I in 12 to ", in favor of Daytona after a I The County Commissioners: held a i

Park Though there is no authentic history automobile drivers will then be seen i iI err ing the work expect the road to be completed I i i possibly prove of great advantage to'I I! spirited! well fought g mc, I t-fietnal meeting Monday evening to discuss -

to prove it, New Smj rna is one of traveling over such a road, during the ,I: within three months at lea. t, j I I the troops, because not only I will unserviceable This bung the opening game: of the the matter of a bard road from

the very oldest, if not the oldest settle- I I entire fall and winter months it will.,I In the Circuit Court Against the City of :I i i articles be condemned, but new season much intel'f'St:1" nianifetivl I Daytona to the county seat. The president

mean much to Honda, just a.s automobile : or serviceable be in their and a large number of -pt'Ctatlr't'r .
ments in the United States. The ruins of I I tona-Judle Jones Declaresthe More Whisky Than Quinine. things supplied j of the New' Process Cement OHII-
a Spanish mission near New Smrna, I I i races have in an advertising andbusiness i I :,: place; but in case any shortage or unaccountable pre-ent. Other game ill follow.\ i| puny. of W lminit'>n, Delaware, was

with century old oaks growing within i way. Ordinance Is Illegal. '|j .:am Hugin, colored, was arrested ':1 deficiency is discovered! vigorous I -- -- --- ,' present to lay a titan before the c"mi -

the walls, show how old this section I, "I attach much more rnportauc: to last week Judge Minor is. Jones ren-i m \\acro- Sunder: bj policeman I measures will loe l taken to compel ,, County Diviibn i .Meeting. I,i miftionerHistHheme: : wa to buikl

# must be.From, good roads than to mere rare meets: dered 1.1- d'i-ivlI in the ca-e o( 11 T. 'I Singleton, while under the influence of I j i proper accountabiht .\ public meeting will be held at the I I parallel tracks eight me.hes aide for the

Daytona to DeLand, t wcn and I am glad to see that the Time :McFaldtnTheCit> of Dayton I what he termed a heavy dose".f quinine. After the inspection of the troops) : Armor n..xt"edr.esd.iy: evening. February wheels waggons and automobiles to

six miles, there are fair roads, t.1 Union and the leading:; men of Flon.la On the ordm:nice is H.k> <.f the city is, : taken probably in the oil style with I I I organizations considerable'time; will bdeoted iI I Ii 27, at which time important matters run upon The IliaD was not satisfactory -

often driven over in good weather. I are giving so much thought to the good a law prescribing that whoever conductsa : whi key, a little of the former :and muchof 1 I i to verifying property TI twos, i iII pertaining to a division of oltbia the commissioners and the gentle

MX miles south of IK Land is Orange road subject, which will mean comfort business! tn the east snie of Beach I the latter He sobered up in the I II especially; those required b\' the war department County will be presented The :several man will send hu engineer over the

: 4 City, reached by good shell road. and wealth to. the people of the state within the city limits must, pay a licenseof J'jail until :\lond.1m..rning, when he I the blank Corms of which i commitf-es will |rei-ent their reports route and submit prices for a complete

: Six miles further, and one reaches Enterprise '\ cry truly yours, <230 Mr.[ McFadJen refused to pay ': was brought before the ma"orho I I have been sent in advance by Major and all who favor a di\i!'!ion of the bard road. No action was taken and

: one of the oldest resorts on the \\". J. MORG\N:' the license fee and thereupon was arrested -I fined him three dollar: and costs for Dapray to all officers concerned a* to county are urgently requested toattcud the matter was deferred o&Ui the &extregular

a St. Johns river which widen into beautiful I and fined $JjO' He appealed the j same being drunk Huggms and who disorderly.a short This time is ago the I avoid any possible delay. 'I The interest in the divistoo loom eme&t tneet tn.
: Lake George about six miles Get: the habit. Bay the Gazette-News ease to the circuit court and the \erdtct I was mixed up with one Higgins and Ii- I Captain J. D. C. Morris will make ii not lagging and much is expected

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..rr A Washington tea patty Friday
1 f THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS ing! is an event that is pleasantly enn-I (

The old-time people
ia dress suited: .
join in the frolic attired

i r: T. E. FITZGERALD Editor to the occasion, and the Virginia reel ,,

and square dances will be enjoyed. j
COMPANY Mr. Brainard and} ton "f Illinois are Setter Cigar Values at Lower tf, Exclusive Brands; Unvarying' r

; :, THE GAZETTE-NEWS among/ late .i Prices Than Ever Sold Before Duality; Proper Condition "
( INCORPORATED ) Military euchre at the :Seaside Inn 1

Thursday evening was a delightful func sae. "

,L t Eutered at the Poatoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. tion to the large number present.
Twelve tables were set Mrs William ,;'j
t Kenny, of Cleveland, carried off the ,
Subscription 1.50! Per Year in Advance. first lady's prize, Mrs. Cornwall the ec- .a:4.S... .

I ond lady's prize, and lladwin Courtneythe .

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23, 1907.t' first !gcntlcman'a prize. Mrs. Kenny !o '

I and Miss Bessie Owen were Lostegs of :i .,'

:." I ..1I.....1....e...*a......I, the evening. The rooms were 1-eauM-
SOME RECENT fully decorated. Elegant nfreflmifnt '
t' : SEABREEZB and ::1 were served.l.'IhcSeasi'kInn

i. o mjvjing, .its usual!

REALTY DEALS :| DAYTONA BEACH : : tIcnJi| bound or northbound, trills.-! in a large: I
i KKK .1 I
i......................M.1 detachment of guests. 1'
l Extracted From the Books of Record Mrs Allen E. Thomas,three daughters

U County-I'umcr. Seabreeze, February: 21-Mr, Wcllv and son of Dayton, Ohio, regular winter -
for Volu
t of Chattanooga, a wnftderatieteran guests, are included in the recent
l ous Transfers. and old-time friend of II. I. Russell i is arrivals. They are quite a musical fam-
expected today on a visit to Mr. and of News for SmokersHere's
I I DeLand Fla., Feb. 21-The following ily and add much to the enjoyment
transfers of property in and about Daytona Miss Russell at Dixie Lodge. other guests. Among other prominent;
have been recorded in the office of Miss Butler, who has been spendingthe people at the Inn just now are Mr. and I
winter with her brother, R. T. But- and wife!'
the Clerk of the Circuit Court at De- Mrs. Niclaon, William Givcns .
ler in his Ocean Boulevard cottage will the National Stands' Proposition
Land recently: and mother, Mrs. Secomb,of Minneapo Cigar
E. O. Painter to John Y. Detwiler, return to Warren, Arkansas, .shortl!). Iii, Minn. Mr. Givens has his handsome

SI.00lo18 13, 14, 15, 16, block A, M. Miss Butler is: proprietor of l' !Li,; millinery Franklin auto here, and with his friends

Constant's sub. in 16, 17, 34. establishment in this thriv">ii, r CM' and family have been enjoying numerous, Some 2,000 American druggists (the undersigned in- The saving in manufacturing and buying is almost
to Thomas P. era city. short and long excursions. lie has returned -
John Y. Detwiler of 1 U\I cluded in the number have united in for concqualed in the in selling The distribution
10 Mr and Mrs. White, guests: : ), a new plan saving expense.
O'Hagan, $1.00, lots 13, 14, 15, from a trip to Titusvillc this I
block A, M. Constant' sub in 16, 17, 34. Lodge from NVshvihr., are rxpulrU: i week. Has also made the trip to St. ducting the cigar branch of their business. from producer to retailer being direct, there is no expense for

Maggie Knapp, guardian to Henry return from a two w .-k'< *i-"it to Miami Augustine and found the road fairly I I Icretoforc, each store has bought its cigars: independently jobbers or traveling salesmen. There is little or no rent to

Mitchell and Annie Mitchell, $200, lot 9, on :.S'li.di;' ,tJ.Wrl W.II.lIul.- good. I ; usually from jobbers and i in quantities necessarily be charged on the prices of cigars by National stands and no
!'. U H) Halt-and sun,
Mr. and Mrs. E. Wolvine and Mr. and :
block I, Sheldon's New Smyrna. ,f Minneapolis, will arrive today ano small. The prices paid were loaded with from four to six extra salaries for salespeople.
William M. Green to J. J. Bishop : Mrs. Scripture, who have been touring I
8225, lots C, 3, 46, 45,47, block 1,Wall'tDayton& join Mrs. HIII,.?'* daughter, Mrs,. Uaslot : the East Coast Coast as far south as unnecessary profits and were always on a !small-quantity In brief, the cigars come to the National stands freed of
Mrs. Davis and two children, of Mead : Miami, returned Saturday and were de-I basis besides. all middlemen's profits and can be sold practically free of

Marton J. Day to F. )!. Call, $1.600 yule, Pa., arrived today for a month'sstay. :lighted to be back at Daytona Beach. Now, these :.!,OOO stores have ionccntratcJ their c:garcxpense.. Between producer and smoker there are but two

s 50 feet of n 100 feet of w 175 feet oft Williams recent arri\als : Dr. Florence Desbazo, a prominent ; buying power in a single, cooperative small profits instead of the, usual four
Mr. and Mrs. ,
i lot 2, block 4, Hodgeman's Daytona. located I dentist of Cincinnati, is here for ret I cwrccrn-thc National 'Cigar to six big ones. The result of this
from Carbondale, Pa., are pleasantly -
Mary E. Walker to F. M. Call, $650, n : and recreation SOME N. C. S. EXCLUSIVE BRANDS
at C. C. Cillctt's on North Valley Stands C These :2 t'JIJ( ( t'Jres double saving is that
4 ,
SO feet of w 175 feet of lot 2, I The Indies' Aid Society of the M. E. I nijany] (/.qu.'." In Quality for PHs
Hodgeman's Daytona. street.A church will meet this afternoon at the In ia.Hut.ry.fClgarRetaillatrConstitute
Clara P. Mayo to William Simpkins, pleasant party consisting' of Mr.and : home of Mrs. L. Z. Burdick on, Valley I I Black '& White. SdUSiu?.S forte;: 5c Never Before
and Mrs.
$60, lots 5 and 6. Mayo's sub. River lot Mrs. L. Z. Burdick and Mr. :street, Seabreeze.Mrs. ; a Have Cigars Been Sold
Williams had all outing at the I I The Greatest Retail txstdomesticcigar
6 Ormond. an day James: M. Field has accepted a College Days e.er wad, at 6 for 25c
Mary J. Allen to J. M. Cunning, $1.00, Inlet Tuesday. They, made the trip in position in the J. 11. Bundi grocery Cigar Outlet Adad a firsttlaudomestr ciK2rr, 71ior 25c So Close to Cost of
senhng&u workmanship
lots 5 and 13, block 2, Allan's Port Orangr. Mr. Young's latuuh. bton. On Earth Production
Saturday evening the I'ennsylraiia I Warren Wolcott, of JilTcr-on: Ohu, Lord Carver HannaSumatra cigar ever made 3 for 25c

Laura L. Wall to Washington (Gaff- re id'ntm! \! tourists will above have the an I spending; the winter at the \\hiti-, and the National Cigar Stands C"mCubaRoma : d:IJt' luui3,. ?ny.oU. 5c The proof of this will i be found in
lot 9 block 3. Wall's sub., in oyster bake on the river front Hou--e. Mr. Wolcott i is a schoolmate
ncy Daytona., $45, Gillett place A barrel of oysters han I II I. Howard and has spent part of the jum, which must provide them with La Idalia "Ide choice favorite dear havens-a at 3 for 25c the cigars now offered for sale. They

Sarah M. Dobbins to) Anna Maud been ordered for the occasion! and a past four winters at his pleasant ho* cigars: IHionics the 1. ElCarvajal : highest 11.1, grade. .Imported. IOc and give a quality never before known at
Hobbe, $1.00lot 5, block 4, sublet 2, gcnerel jollification time is anticipated.Mr. telry. customer for tohno'cr: Known in up the prices asked. The brands arc all
( and Mrs. Till Robinson, relatives Judge 1lcCann, of the police cowl of the of the .
16,15, 33. } history ll igarbusinessr the exclusive production of, by andThecommercialadtttageofalarge
A. T. Fitcn to J. G. Brown, $1,650, of Mr. Mallory: and who arc spending :of Louisville, Ky., is expected to arrival i
there Invited l number of I : purchasing for the National Cigar Stands. Let them speak themselves.
lot 4 and fract. lot 3, block 66, Higbee's the winter a the White louse this week. It was ]power
Daytona. Friends for a day's fishing: at the Inlet through the recommendations of Fillmore is well-known. The National Cigar Stands Company takes All National Stands are equipped with a new and scientifically -

George H. Wilkinson to Lucy Wilkinson the latter part of la" twerk. The party T5lfire chief that city, at! once a masterful: position in the tobacco market. It lUl. designed storage case which constantly and automatic-
Mr. and Mrs.( I' C. Jillett,
$1.00, lot in Hawks Park and lot confuted that Judge MiCaun's attention was and docs, own its own brands, control its own factories, maintains the atmospheric conditions tomake
ally necessary
block 10, Mr. and Mrs.( Carl Gillett, Mr.( and Mrs proper
and lott, called to Daytona Roach and the White
t 29, Alvarez Grant, its In all this it acts for the druggists -
own merely
Hill. Buckland :and Mr.( and Mr( Mallery. House. prices. keep} the cigars at their best.

M.William&: C. Holly B. Owens, executor ol J. H. The fishing was good and a delightful Colonel and Mr. Kyle% prominent |K-O- who own it, and cat store gets the full lew fit (1 all tfa It isn't a National Cigar Stand unless the Xational'rtadz'anrages

Cook, to George W. Rodgers, $300, Iota day wu spent<< on the water. pIe of Alabama, who have been at the acquired and all tee savings tJfcctcJ. emblem Is In the window.CLAPP'S .

1 and 2, block 12, M. &. C. Holly Hill. Mrs( J. F Rush and children spent White house for a month, 1 left for a tour
John H. Vrooman and Claude II. Tuesday with the former* mother Mrs.( along the wit! coat tin latter part nf

z Vrooman to Cyrus Thompson, ?2.>0, lot Mulky. Mr.( Mulky f i-. again up and aMe last seek.Mr. PHARMACY

2, Watson's Eldora. to boat work afterf\ day's confinement and Mrs. Henry St rot her and children ,

;- George F. Lufberry to Port Orange I tn the house. spent Sunday:; in CoronuIII) aviit STREET.
I Mr. and Mrs( W. Ilerruk( have both SOUTH BEACH
t Bridge Company, 1,100-foot strip from to their daughter Miss Maude, whu
ocean to river, directly north of Orita, I been under the doctor's care for some has charge of the school.l at that place.Mr. .

and lot just north of township line on time past. Mrs.( Herrick is suffering" and :Mrs.' J. R. Uilco have returned f. 9......oo.r.ooeN...NO. .0.11/.- ...-.--...-...N......
t river in 15, 33. from a complicated nervous disorder, to their home on the Tomok.- .....N.................... .....o ...o.. ... ..+... .
J. W. Reese to H. M. Norton, SLOW, and Mr. Herrick from nn inflamed eyein after spending a week here. 4 :
r lot 6, block 1, Rogers' Daytona. rE'garto which Dr. Phillips, noted Mr. and Mrs. Harris and Mr.( and Mr-. ;I SCHMIDT'S' I VILLA : :. "T H E PINES, :

George W. Kingston to J. W. Fulg- eye specialist who is here from Milwaukee : i Riggs, who have had rooms at the Horn I. n.oKiiu. *0D,11'TONA ', \ NHIX" House With .\Modern: ConvrDHMMPN.A '

i ham, $100, lot 6, block 12, Kingston. with, has Dr. Kloch.been called The in consultation friends of I cottage for some" time, left for St. Au- T TIIl.- ('olll"rlIIoII'( 1 .,MiJh.il.: like I I., u- i. -, .>t..l nn i, tl?' 1 bank/ ..1 I tli.' I (ii>imnlatis fiO.,: %_.;>I J a day and up. pecial1Jy week or month i
II. Moore to John 11. Vroo many gustine a few days pinl"Ii !
Charles I' : 1":1I1f1fulllahfa laver: fin-n.ili' from the .\tlanti.' C >('i'an. and l t npnthe J ,\ nttriw tiv lmn..> with large: end niry nxinip, hot and roM water
I f man and Claude II. V rooman, $250, Mr. and Mrs. Herrick earnestly hop for :>s Myrtle Freeman, who hav |position -' j heallh-gixinR Im.-z..*- that .m co miniiioii IM-H.. The \xiewroiiinritidt: i" !I5.: throiirli UK-lion--. Milplnir( or soft water bathe, electric lights, furnace
I', lot 2, Watson's Eldora an early improvement in their condition. I II as secretary at the Wesleyan Fe- of "'Mirn.-iv.mK beauty. him' bows i. furni-h,tl throughout ill :ao.'iifort.iMi I. 1..1111',1! t..I'. |>t li<>tMisome of tier pleasant features of The! Tine*' nn its I I11
I Ray Griggs has accepted a position in' male College at Macon( Ga., returned 1 ,I : and liipiate maniivr It \\w* lifty nxm'-, single, f'n"uiff' .r with bull : : \\ il"| \rt-jinil and its HooMiariU-n.(; where J'on can have a tllle"lPW of
The sleeping l ipirtn-nts ir? larei.urx and n>- irlx all h,txr .1 -th.n r', "I Tines; is situated South
the postoffice at Daytona.Mr : home Tuesday, sick with the grip. Her i o tinmiiitr>', river and tn-mn. TIlt orb Rulfrpwopil: ,
l nnyxp l1n : rim) liiilH-Kt avenue in Dnytoi n, Rooms singly) oren fiiite, with or with-
r Port Orange. I W. 1.. Diggett!; and !little son arc I I cousin, Miss Freeman, accompanied her, I. The parlor. ..; 1II"km1 r..mallli aiding r'.nni- ...b"r1 n' '11..r. "f ; i oat' |>rnnt\!' H.itb .
on a visit to Mrs. DigKott'> mother at as she was considered too sick to travel) tin cit) home. Toe dining hall hal a "sating I.grn| tty "f onto hundr?I :and ori\: FW'XulWEH! : 1:, TOY 1. s
t Port Orange, Feb. 21-Mrs. Harvey's Como. I,alone.A. twenty, anti i I. ..rr'ntI l ton" ris.rt h".11II t l lb" :South.: Th.iil. i l' and l : :
class in Physical Culture gave: a"ery I Mr. Kitchen and family have recently I: T. Simms has accepted the positionof ; I : s'r'ice are a.nllr.thloalii': : '. :-'c. Itlllioll'-, \illa MIJOXin: "'tixi b'', nputation: : 0 MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.

t interesting as well as amusing entertain't rented the 1'l'hcr"On cottage on the marshal of Seabreeze. He reports : .. for these Our rates im; ort for;Hit Ix.ir.l fr.itui.: :ni.l, r"".niiin m :" .'"-'I"I j .lav :u..l rep| : -|m.al; 1.111' *J : : ;;;;... :>,,PiuIi Kilirewoo.1: Avenue 1 YTOXA, FLORIDA I
ment, Thursday evening,February 14th. beach. II c"Cr.tbing"Cry quiet and orderly on : for families anolii! al."II. \.n.tlurliotil.intli.- La-t C'.. I-t ran"dG,i : : ... 00..1111N.N11.1.N..1.1.N.1.IINN4NINNN.N
: The exercises with the dumb bells by Edward White, of Greenfield; I'a., i is the night watiJi. the ";ame n.fiiforlmil. : a l luit.ijii: f..r i iii,' .:inn oiitl.i of m..":..\ .
the class and the exhibition of the use a recent arrival. He will spent the remainder i W. A. Freeman has just returnfxl I : HENRY: bCIIXtlllT &< SQL, Proprietors. 4 ...N....1N1............1 .
'.rI of the Indian clubs by MKs I.yall Sauls of the winter here the guest of from a trip to Miami. : .............................. .... .................

jl were particularly fine. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Mallery. I'I Mrs.( Stahl, who has been kiting with -- The Lane Inn i

I Mr. Stockman is building a breakwater A "knitting" party, given by Mrs. her mother, Mrs. Nexin, for a month or I .................s................................... j Ivy

"e along the river shore in front of his property -i I I Woodward, Sr., a card party by Mrs. more, has returned to her home in In- I

i f t DuBois'on the River sister Boulevard.Dr. and brother. arrived I I given Farrell by, a Mrs.handsome J. W. Trregger:kitchen to shower Miss( diana. i' Hotel Despland ii. Palmetto street and Ivy Lane, .T

t Friday from Xew York.
Louise Bianchi, with numerou-i boat i : OPEN. DECEMBER 1.I 1.In 1.
t"I Miss Maude Milburn came home Tues- parties and automobile parties, not to On a Fishing Trip. .. I ..

: day evening, and went to DeLand the mention the many social functions I Conrad Stubenlwrd, Sr, his: two son, : (Davtona, Florida : i : the success of its first season this house proved<<: its ability
'. t next day with her sister and Mrs. Fair. given at the Colonnades: and Clarendon the Conrad and and Fred .
junior James .
: to 1 those who desire elegance with all
I i please an' satisfy comforts
They returned home Saturday and were made up a gay week in social events. Lundy proceeded up the river Tuesday 'I.; 5
u. quite enthusiastic in their praise of the : an i convenience
l aboard the Ernestine,
on a fishing trip : : "'i'III; FAVORITE"t a : .
u I kindnesss of the DeLand to the
I people which has recently been overhauled and
1 I.. '" teachers, and that this was one of the Daytona Beach, February 21.-Mr. refitted. The party planned I to l>e gone I:: .: :. i MRS.\ FOLTZ, Proprietor.Attention .

I i best J. I.meetings Wells that they have Palm ever Beach held. and Mrs. Lester Wright, guests of the several days and will test their fishing !' OPEN for the SEASON 1006-07 l.NDKK) MANACiKMIINT OF $ it.......................... ........
: arrived from Lone Bay, leave Friday for St. Augus- luck in Tonioka and Bulow creeks, as i! 5 .

f Tuesday of last week. tine en route to their home Valley well as in Dead lake on Smith ('frehe- a | L. M. WaitC Owner and Proprietor. -- -- -
'i i Mr. Riddell has painted J. Carrow's Stream, L. I.Mr. fore returning. ..4t-01N.NN..NN........ ...INNNIINNNN. .

i .; house. and Mrs. Jones, who were at the I :................................ ...,.. +$101...1i : .
t Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Knappc entertained Lone Bay the of the _n ___ ____ : Tourists.
I early part season, tUn brewing Tctley's Tea follow directions .
!. t some friends at Ridgewuod Hal are expected to return from Miami to- on package tll obtain bet re i ************************** *************************** \i.'l. all loM-r-of I line Cigar.. You wil! find the I.nrgcet Aw ortiipnt
t 1 Tuesday evening. Progressive euchre day and spend the balance of the winter sults' n-II, h-Ift; C Finest Variety and
: I was the feature of the etening. with Mrs Huyck. I I M V
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\ : Rex- J. Smith Kirk, the new minister, .......................... Palmetto House. | : Best Quality of Cigars at the
[ i Citizens' League Concert. and his little family arc now comfortably i.

i l '1 The concert given at the Armory Wednesday established in the parsonage and are I Don't miss t the .. t CITY HOTEL.i .
I I III Well Known and Poptifar. JOverlooking 4
planning the work :
f evening for the benefit of the & good they wish to at ';
t 1K
CompL] within the next: )'f'ar. Rex- I : ta 011\11;:: .\\''' ,', t Formerly Daytona House.!; )
CItIzens League of Daytona, Seabreeze *
'i Kirk i : ( ) the IU';llltiful Hulifax: Iticer.S ) !!
and Daytona Beach, was a pronouncedsuccess was from the North : T\\.nty .Jiff'N>nt Brands irtntfilOlI! ,..
t from of view. Ohio Conference Last charge being in hoini'like and romfortaMr .
every point I : Daytona.\;[ .
f the town of Gypsum It was with .
When all selections many
were so uniformly C
i GEO.
regrets that his church there parted. 11011 FiJ'st..Ja..s. in all it i H. MATTHEWS\ Proprietor.
t well rendered it is impossible to make : ('. rt'pC.t: ) ,
t with him. .\ token I I II .
of *
< a
i F any social mention, but the little appreciationand I I .k I .. .4..$4w4...................
I Misses Dora and Norma Williams were esteem in which :Mr.( and Mr. Kirk ..

t f evidently special favorites and the exce1lent were held, their friends prevent" Mr. C. 0. CHAMBERLAIN PROPRIETOR- *.
i t, Kirk with a gold watch and hi wife : ,
$ .
I rendition of their selection was with a handsome: jewel case at a-farewell ..4........................ ..................... ..4. : ****.**.***,*****..**.*. ************************.
t' thoroughly appreciated and heartily _ __ ___ ____
applauded dinner given in their honor lust Sale :
I The Armory was parked, the number before their departure. ....... N -11 ..... 0. 1 0 1.1... The White House
I presentbeingestimatedataboutfivehun- )Regular services will In- held at t U a. I ea
r m. and 7:30: p. m. Sunday; prayer: meet- .l c
dred. The committee deserve
I I advertising The Stillman
f &great credit for their handling of ing at'7 p. m. Wednesday. The Sunday on i | ;: 0. L, Howard, Prop. Daytona Beach.)

r : the entertainment and its resultant sut ('- morning morning sermon wilt be on ,'c

: t eels.I "The Atmosphere of the Life." All are .. ... ;
I"ad.oirr.: < I 1\: \ M : : : :Situated! mi ]high laud
; : cordially invited to be present. overlooking the Atlantic Oce n on theta
The Peninsula Kindergarten ha.> had II Cut GlassIJIId t Now Open for the Season of 19067. : : -t and) flanked) the broad Halifax River ou the west there :an)
i A Business Change. .
I several added their : : f f. u pleasanter
new pupils to num- or more delightful places in which thtj
i I L. G. Lyman and family arrived from ber this week. The class, however is j Hnu fTk'it<>\ :!it:' :N. \ I : i.-; .ii..- \1.,1.! i I I': ;-i' .. : : : ..\ intt11IImtb. than the White House:, Daytona Beach.tll> Fla spend Th

i ; Delray yesterday, and In the futvrr> will not so large that there is not room for :: Table! [Boarola"I'oo: ( ,:i:i '. U : t r""j'|| \.J.: :' J : .-Il1hl.lIl1.of the Florida
make their home-at Kingston. Mr. L '- others,to which fact the tourists' atten East Coast Automobile Assoc at-:1:: i]
Spoons : Reduced Rates for December and Januarj. ,: : cnlx a mile awav
man having purchased the J. W. Ful- tion is specially called. .
I gham property and business on Xorth Mr. Roscnberry, who has been here a:Ii{ DWIGHT[ R. STILLMAN\ Proprietor. j: .4-44. .............. ......>..01141XJFJj.4fNNtFN>}..N4)
I Ridgewood avenue. for some time', leave for Chicago today ( .

l i Mr. and Mrs. Fulgham are completing A party of sixteen will enjoy an oyster N........................ .......................:
.. I a cottage on Main street, Kingston, bake at the inlet today.Mr. At WALLACE'S !
which they will occupy until the late I ( Darling and wife and the latter'g i j

spring, when they expect to make an !sister and brother, Mrs. and Mr. Crosby ji : FineJobPrintingatCazetteNewsoffir
i Buy the Garette-New> Pictorial Edition.:
extended trip north. l leave f.>r Cuba Monday _



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GROCERIES t! : This beautiful 14-room residence and 550 feet of land Halifax
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The North Beach st. Grocer. E. L. STEWART. M. D. :
Automobile Association and gives an excellent view of the ocean. If you are
Phyjsician and SurgeonS
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STEAMSHIPS. | : fj l.n. 1'1111.,1..1,111.| I'., : .I..I 1 ..'.I\-nun" II IS. :Smith: at wif.I', ..rt (luster \=. \ Family Groceries
artr'.f :ImI Ih" l tlion.ir.'l "' i ilil.d pl ""I11.r "Ir1tIl.lllpi all tlii <.. I 'ill if you want to..1\ Wntki litnl j jI i Wife. < ;i. XX Li.lK.ll.tn: "l ir11t- Y.: J. L. Clark :anti l wif, I1ieagu.; ; I lil-: ; r I
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ktx.. rte apple| | in 0 CIVIL l.VilNIlKSom : : I j,hii: It I II. IH/.T and l wife..J.ryriiv.. .irlili.'H I. r'unn.; l.. .\. II.i-k.lt. I'm. "I | GEO. P. JOHNSON
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; CtiAS. DAVIS JMvt Ita., st ..t. : .1.| : and .1' k. ttin.irlM.i-l.-r I IUm.
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+ and I -. \tli ii<. .ia. ; M. .\. (' + t and "if. I I. &1a..rn and ".fc..llr..lyn.. R .
)AYTONARANSFER + Builder and Contractor. : K. I.l'krr.li--* P.irk.-r and Ill 111"-, R .
+ + : \ l It. .'artr ;h' and l Weft I' I.. P. hI.r\. .
i : I 1.tllll: 11.... nlrui.l.cl.! x Jivrn. :Ncuark. %. J ; Emil Tn-tj.', lIu- --- *. All work dOlll' in iI i trirtly. fir>t- *lass; : manner. J

pttanta" Ukin! X. J. u.i.;.. :in.i wif.Mr, -. A. .
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.. "f"f iray I IIIHT and wife, Monlirfll. I ..t.1 ;100116.11.1.01.....1..1..N1.N.NHN1N.OiN
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j C. JOt1:\STON: Proprietor .,. +: ... Ha.: S.V.uH.ll; 1lonttr-.tr.- "
J Oilier I anal l lp"idl'II': t e"'I". \'.,1I Mi. nomio'artwrijht: 'itaii-l; l I I.: '\>.1'.1I
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iu theCity itfiwliitc. ilrivc-ns fnniili.nr \ill, I at4 x! I Mr-vul Mrs. Alabmn. Neo Ywk: N. I.. Mich. XV. J. ; 11. I'. 1 I3, .,.nil, i i
have: the Host Livery ++tt+44+ttt+ F+tttttti ++i I, C": i : \.llis -rni.ui:
f x.\instw.s.lj: wife, A.1 Catrand; xvif.i.i. l I'. Snath I iX
: all roads.T ...'V for tb, Silver Tippc-il Kips., l.mlic.\.1:. Turner A. I5.>ttst ivl.: ml; ULiL1ANUDISSIil( )
\ illiam Wa."IIOO" \ W. 'Jlldwll.c
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I Tt1li l'INIiST I.. I. E.: York: 'Phone 27 Opposite Public School"ElegantExcellent C; : -XvjraHy, liark-tof.: 1:. J. r.1burg., 11...; J.r.rph tn..r: .'1,.' nif.i!
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L I 7 BATHS \ I I i vilk; :AA. wM 1''>W'tutth\\1)rox, New, J..k.-" .d: Philadelphia: U.. n. Ktmk. Mr* /It. I'. i :Shingles/ l : 1 Flooring Ceiling, Hriek, Lime i $
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( rut Wifs.; S.. lnnr'I. ('hitair"Ir.: -. Anna J..III""II." I I..1 aUt'lIIt'lI lit. H'n. KallKBy and orange ArcnueMill
C i I Fltf 111-\:: \\0 WI11F.\ _';1 ihnxin, <'an m..burt:. Pa. : A. l It hik. : .- I.n.lMIII.ltlanttrl'na.tl.InPutI'unlneesouthntJAekronrll1e: t

r 1 f < !I" jI I I uI Tantxi, HiHi: f.'+'rgf'\ Fainh.nn .in-l i : KtHrni7-M: ,. "TI ....,"f..r.| |rnnrb of the K t:. C'. It> .
/, ) ; t LILY WATER j: wife, Sarah-tt:t :Sjihaif-. X. Y. X I'-i-/ i
riTY : Phone 83 R. J. MALBY
I IiuTII.11.: J. lia Manager.
Tliat'nliat \\llPll l.JIVfiinUhfvl 1 he tint \* .ur for Table t %cI .. ,,. J. L \| bank )ir-. A. F.itl: >ank Itinniiirh.-un.. :
llipy say \\f : I J.i"(-.il II. T. p.-klidfr. r. .\. A ELECTRIC LIGHT \\ T. M.H.r.-:. I.. lUgin. W. J. \ :
TI our \vrk.. Our) vroik will I I \ \iUII11. TIIi.tl'STiKriIil; : : l I.. .1.
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:\ rhristiancy. J.y..
(war the( ni.ist crilii-al cvituiiiatixn. nil -; PLA T Hin-: II. I.. l 1.bi.lI-tfl.i Ja<'k"' niJ| .: \\ .\ Mct/ger. Iiidiuiap*; 'Mr- Mary. S'II' McClellan l8l EdwardsManufacturers
I I. II. I"thl1..1: IJ.ttomand sift. F.Oliver '<'., St. Ij,,ui": Mr-. I.. .'. lIaJlJ"I |itin
i I'" il-Hii I on M'i -iitilipriiirijil.'s. I ail]l KI Ti innati; Mrriyd 1ark-. C'.I.I! :S.i .
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:11' 1I..ling lu tiallilar rill !'oil. n Nrit:1,1 h: .1. Walat.l.J r --U..r,
i : I' IlL: I WRIGHT & WRIGHT mt, l-rinfficld P. Mi. KannX: -' .-. ,
J. D. Carmichael | U.: '1.\ l-nAI. J. IS. Th..rnt"n. f:. :M. ; .
j I J. Altmny, 1ft,!.; Mr and MK. |II.| u. I I'-:
II Attorneys-at-Laxv: ; Tr..ulridg4- r. l'inn.Atlanta: X\
I I'kil.! Xw Y Window and Door Screens.
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Phone .No. 64. DAYUNA: FLA, I I T. Ma<'..mh.-r. H..-lun : II. F. W.ldl.I ] ; :
5 IHlilt'in'I'.legrarhnthec.; I'K.L\M. Stwliuan w ife ,. J.-r-\
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j S.nthtrn Ctpr"*r..mpan: J. A.IXitr-.
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: !t'i', <;. 11,1/ft. Talbha, -iU.: X. .and Chicag.\\if-l'hilall""plail.: Min, |" | |: t;. ('. Me.Cuy .'t-, Bitl'M'-i\ I *. 11".11:1&11 l N. ,,...1 fur Stair; rr TorthV rk.l .
r ,I \\". I t-;. r .ml wifr, P. T. XVnr.K J. X..I..nJ.r.k. ilentietta: wh|
('h vIand. : P.-tt-r Park. qil wf,.. |>ilfll.inglmm. \l ...,n.., l.:: iitltrr ul! an kind made. to ,order Ckatri. $*t.
J. n.f'alm.. I W. RcId,1'.
NORflAN S. DAYTON i MaF.: : I>. MW" ro.1 ,. .. ""lthoTa! ;.: Kti-: .
XX Sr.r.-wh'ti.. r::. A. Hart and wife John : ; AtLrf.i| : ; Tiiimna. anti :SfrrVr || Farril
if.. Kaye' ::00. l.r. nil ''. I"--f." ..
1'1'01':1')' : > and ,,'if.'. A. f Phillip and 1 ; :
wif.NVw Yiffk: r. M XXinn. Itarar.l, \.1 \ ;err uiak nj:; a :strictly! IiijjhMoulding .?I.'silt

1 l.i. .F. M.-npMi Slay, A. J. Hank. ; TilE CiI.E\X A. R:. tot, i.t'M,1'kt I

Lumb'er. Mi.: ',1,. ....: T. :S.> Hovf-n. II. J. tl Ikor. j land; ilr.. Emma I{. C'hlP"II'. for intrrior use.
i niett, III.; )I. W. Brown att'l cla!!;!\\,11-1
X.\\ :Smyrna: Mr II. <;1. ('rat-man,
MrJ.1..trlam". Port-mouth, ttfw.
Day,.), Ohio: Ur.. f. ti. J..w. P..nr IL Uk., J.YD"'Jm"llI X. Y. '
P.uk. P. II. (Carter Cincinnati: W. P. 'Henry., :itet'.*-. !Sykr" ilk M.i Mr. Uur work i i... all made fnin the Host! Selected Stock rj
AND OTIIP.RBL'ILDIMi Xi'Mon.: II XV. Portt-r. Conm-rtitut. J. .Fred. f W.il,*rP.>rthti, H\ \. J.
, YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS .1 ATUU L_. \\'. Ilight'.wiT, Gforgia F..1. ft'IPr- 1 j, with tin} ol jft of ;'{fivinif: siti fnction. Ask' for \vliat

Till: ('I.U' JI.\Xh I.. X. 11111.' .
tli.ill. 'hicae' Julitu K.XV. :.
: Levy Tampa.
Yard Avenue and F. E. (C. K'ailxvay. ; YOU )na 11AlltEstimates
: Magnolia ; Svrarn4.. M-an. Chi. as-: Mr. "-..i.iMr }
Kitilcy.' Atlanta J. S Ty! on, Savannah.
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.I (Carnal (liark U. Kitebell and Cheerfully Furnished.'"

; EstateAND \v.f.. MiI(: ) S. KitrhfU. L. II. Tupprr,
Real TilE DI:'"I.\\ H MrXX. It. I: v- 1
C 'Im,..nd..t.| II. fartfT Holly Hill' MrElln -. i'r anil s.n, Inl 'rlat' ken, \. 1. : .. K.: L "k for tin- -imi sill North Hid;cwood Avenue.DAYTONA .
M. XVright, Ilart.r.l. f'"mL' ..'1- H.mtilltralld"if.'ntf'r'o"Ii: :N Y. : ,
tii.! : Mill.! ,. IJalTini-.n-' IHtvM t;"r,li'ii and i wifi- ILianitill.-, i I'htnr I 12J.: :) FLA.
CARE OF PROPERTY. Vnn.; Mr. and l MrF.. M. I'ni"':r.if, I ,
Ravenna, O.; B. O. Tilden :IrA t wif-.j -
MrF.. K. Fletcher Xxr York; MrJ.. 1! cc + 0 6 0 O . . .
,; Heal Estate Unite} : 202 .S. Headi St. 1111. I'IXES-T. .\. IIIr.\ilall.: : r.,. Xotcrnian, Coringtnn: }li.-= E.JI.RIt! -,
Jumtiu.-/ M. J. Wooclar !i. XXV. Curt WaynrCTiai.: Mitt, Henry M.-t/
; : : : "II i iXViMr t Daytona
Chi.o; Mr. and MrXV.. f. \\"')"", : ice Company
W. H. EDMONDSON : :! >. .. J Woovia'.l 1 ,:..i J .: i, Mi ,
I Mauager. /s Alice and loiVl tV"od. I'1 -
Mni!."'-.iti; W. A. ftimpl. ,' ,! '.' M *. hind: Mr. and Mrs.! W F. Munrhi- 'I':
H. I>Jmp. Albany! ; Mr. ana V B. ..ago: )lr. and Mr. a.. W. r..,.- tv, -I. : PURE ICEMade +
DAYTOiNA FLA. X p..rtCt.Mr.; and .V '. K. \\ :
S'Uth 1'1'1
vm.: Weymouth; U. u Mr.- I from .
ML-M-sM. I. aDd l'. B. Herr Pitt- ; Distilled WateX
!i I.. T. Hunt, Eat Weymouth; Mrs. J. H. C. C. Barton and Wife Mrs. E. .\. W'tc,11 }. art iv' : !Iei! 1 1..11': ad and Volusia avcnu"
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I Methodist minister I :t A Place to Eat. VI.at.irtc vmrcfrom ; ;;
neo. raley, a : ; ii ; !

r rM.I \iitedwithJ of Terre Haut. W.<'. Ind.Kre'c, who(,n recent Second)} :... .v I in. t., 'I 1 :30 :. m J.i i BARNES,: the Novelty; M811

t avenue, for a short linn. became: ('n-I j| :.: MAC'S CAFE : .

thu"ed this eC11r'n if I the country
\t?, I over ; SELLS EVERYTHING. :
I that. he turned: home with the avowed .. .

intention cf giving a lecture "U the : L. C. McCANNManager. : I: "sl'l'l'ially: tatinuery, I ttkmg ladle, Crwlcry, :
of and its urrcund-
bcautic Daytona
Souvenir :
,, a 1l ings, and gathered considerable materialand
data for that purpose Mr Horse: : ::i o South teach :Mrevt; f. hntoin' UnhDi : Talking Machines Doll, Toys, and Xotimis .:

try made it a point to have Mr Traloy) very .

ill places of intr'>*t within reach of : \\l JUktry (..MMhoneaitil I loin.*. Mad IV'", C'ak-: md Hnad : BARNES

Daytona tucking '\ -i..u'loot" I l.j : 1LIe''. Cafe, all Il-.ti.i '!ad. Hiked for the Tridt : .

land and frame your l lldigc*, kbarpcn} Jour Sawn : I

3 I '__ : ._ ___. __ __ I : !Knno. Vi >orh. I Latin Mouir: hlc, and l will : !

ASIA round I rout RaaaaAaAaA41a44444A4AfARaA.4.eA. *. . a a .01 ""( )'Hir ;lllIIltoot ah II isi/ tIlt l... "1I.r wlMlkIn. & : I
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ihw :act for Any i t Want t Remember :
i I. l I.lt"atro..n1.lu"i; i\niir r..r The Grand Atlantic .
"winter l* an intrrit. lislir' 'rtn.in ;indkimn I .

I '* tlH' waters: Inn 'I| ii t'. \\*,ll. IMX-: I BARNES

1 i iii,, lutti wintering fieri iu't I "ra* wi* NOW OIMS.) :: : i ,

11 1 f >r :i nuiiiUr if )'<....r"lll"g" the I ,

r Z : li,hing is far from R.x..I l tint t n ift *. I I.'IM: 'ins l.n: ..Mat. \\itliln\ati- I l.nli-: .It i THE NOVELTY MAN.

1! =amith.apturcMl. :i sic: Inuit| l trout I.lr'l: ** IIi lIiw: I :\rid I :Sinking;l : I Jo: 'm. : DAYTONA FLA.
10) South Beach St. ,
I'oui iMiliuffs I L.u'li \\ tk ;sitimlij; aftcrnton while li.hing { I.Ietlnc Nrvirv iirnughnnt 4 i

JLT\\: 1:1JACHSONVILL'E :I:\ I III... '.sitralltridge.: lie says: l 110' I 1..rL. I-avt and I Sin I'irl.r. i Tilt\Io.: \ : i

and NEW YORK. I almost: akmr when: he. hocked the fish : l'rn.i'1( C. .ruiiliI I Fine < Ir.-l""tra. : .. ........ .... .... .................f...... .......f.fi

i >hit IM.f...... it .t\l1tI I !..' I mdtd he!scarcely J I Finl' ( 'II i..i tit' awl+I Firl-I'la'I .> tirlie: i .. : -a

('.,lIin $::\t .'(1.:1110',1. .t;, I j".th \\.1. ha.i HUiw room left filCh a crowd hid I . .
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'I'iI: : 11\1ST: :Ml; :.\M 1ll1'r: : I' Till I : 111\:01'\\1..1:; : :--1.1\11'1 i I: I attht"lh.) <. auto bus adding ltd pa..iI j jscngi I JAS. H. JOHNSON & SONS, {Propr's. : R L

Clyde New England and Southern Line r* to the onlooker j i i <.< .......................... .. ... .. ... ... ......... I r..J.I C. BUTLER ESTATE i

DIUI11i) : : : .i.\i: II' i : 11: I i\\i II\:i: A full Mouse L\er> where.Vltl I ..........N....................h,......0. ...........+ ,

I JACKSONVILLE.AND ALL BOSTON EASTERN AND POINT.1'ROV1iEyCE. i'lMsh the tourist season st:irted l in :. \\'HEN YOU ARE CONTl.MPI.Al1 : Cottages For bale or Rent Phone 234. |

lab phi year, tIe pntcrktea:>on will IK :).\\''io\\ IE.\t11. FI.Clnllt.\

l Iallint. iM n I n, I in 'Ib.lli U ;ivU 'I' f" > up 't) tin average ..f former \'.:irs : p.'lliii.:': a.
> >H->\II: .M\: sMLlMis.outhboutul ( T.Hiri.-t' arr now cooling in on every
I or any ..f tie < tlicr IIIctllnr muv.ili.-s n .|1lIit..1. t to ( .tnplct., a i nuxltrn j
.' I F..IIII.\i.I .. \\lni L .i :"t"nN"orllilx :''I train :and tinarioii, hotels and Ixnrd- 0 ...................................................
B 1,1 I h., .IKK--. \ il! I me hoiiMh. bout in UJ.tonanal over tnl retutinlxr tint
uml I ; 'I" t t. I.<1't i r In: Vnti i: : duelling. j Ii .
', .,, ,
: etuGlt: : co ''I "r"' ar' High! Mall"" I' I IL I J
f'' tI l i tbe piDin: 'ula we taxed to commodatc : :

t CLYDE ST. JOHNS I R1VEK I LINE. : the incoming hosts Many new, faces i C. NASH SON : : : J Stationery and
I f r i I in' :M-cn at all the hotel md cur('!' ofI I a I

'.' Between Jacksonville and Sanford I former M-itors are being grteU-d with : DAYTONA FUA. .. '' : -.JL Portable Engines .4

hearty I .md-hakes and| \\"'cum"> b\ and Boilers
e -
t Ns TOI'I'Ili1' I'M 1lht I \-1'",I : l 1:11:1': : I -i! nl ll: l > iI,1, I Ito, url i i I"t.t .. ,:,.110' iale : .. :
familiar :u..I'.int| int' '- "n tin tr I 1..1 In.j,I .? I II.IIl/. .. I ... ; *.*W Mllt. TNIlESItEIlS '
I Lund ul i,_' 'i'i.: lollN MM: 1.1 I.: : I 1'1'1'I t" LI'I! ': uq"! III "I' J'I.I. .11 lie pnn. : ,' .
lMM .ni I..l.l'hntther\ I : .KI! T 1ILL5. bUlHINES .

Steamer 'City of .lacksonl ille' aiul'Tred'k DeBar "\\11. :anti ill\i(itT, .in 1l\i..n I ill their : ., IIt'I i d I rrl'III i! : J ': ."I n 1.I.. I "'I i \t. 10'',I. t' I I ti!II' \tn 1 I u j and ill kinds tae :

r- lIia.I 1..11,1 I 1.1\. I".1-'ii III.' dart: :SIIIUH.it | ", '' lachmery and Till Supply .
ore aI|'pointed to -: ; \ \1'1| pru">' .f f IM':tilt Ifill l HI i\l t'II,1
!I\U:\ : I'L'hr'' :" ''ul' I t, "th \t. i Ik .. ,h.1, I i : j 11 I ..t SCI. .. ; :" ';' \\1" < ..
;lint Op) in. lietllrtilng.: I'a' :s.ltiI'1.: | |;nU. M-"'pt :atli.div.| it'i: a 1111t :': in *atr \" i l l't

{t youth-Wound I r SCIlIUl.1( B I \uAr.d 2nd :............................................ ..0....: : : '" I I II. i .: II' ,.01'1'1-I 1 t ,\ldrt..rllldl.I'-I", ; > :
Red Ibwn T Holly Hill. I ,

'wave" : l .. ... ....... ......lac LN nu ... ... ... .... ... .... t' 9I : A1ALSBY I\ COMPANY\ ftrAVTuuiS: .:
I .. ;::ili ;: ::: ::::: ::: : .....'.hill'; .... .: ..::..:....:...::.:.... L'at... : J rile f frrilt. 1 p( Il..ll\ 11111. .l.bru.r! )' .M I 'l'lIt.' .1 +: ..........,ul.cHHHH-Ho.wK..eo-x.......SSNN .1I .....................,4......, ............... :
: : :: : .. I4 ,*.......... :.. .. ... : 1 : lit .
:: nunilNr ,I II"IIHill \'<>iuu: I" 'l 1''"
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.\ :-':II UII .................... ...... ......S.r..nl...... ..... ,.. ..... .. ".. :*1im went t.. king>t'>ii t" rhurf 1It101tY ,., '' Atlantic Coast Line i I Ii .
.-. 1:1141:111I, : .................. ....... .....Cah.rynint'........... .... ..., lu..nl", t'ning.Mr. : I -':'.' ,. .-r L -. .w ..f

PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE L: : 2 WEST rAY ST. JA'.KSJK'WIILE.I.C.ILtG1RT1'.0.l.1'.1 Kubttt-, ,, lto is living i in tie Hun '

M'! place, intends to move and Mr :MulIHon DIRECT OUR IL .ct YWILLOW
: : r l1.Ilt1)Nu'INeiIn./u..1C. : ; I' 1 rROM I
< wf Ijfeeur, will take 1 th<' plm. 'i
I'h'r t4i; :N. I It Nr.w lorl. J1.\. III. Fla i
U. II. T.\\'I.III:. 1'..",+. Tratht. I1gr.]; 1'. ... mtlW'N. .irn I. l'iI" .1st: Messrs. Dillon and Smith ntuni l l FAMOUS TRAINS I Iil
Craws (J1fu.... :.". .Ir..I1.\\'ny.: Nra. \.rk. from :Miami( i Friday, (but only remained. I lL D. ..IOXI--: i. .. I. s..l'nu'nlJ-. :: t'. .\. uatil Wt'dnf'1Wlay, when they :-otart..1 l f. .rI i ii:! DALE
J.wkonvilh'.11.. L.. ..bnra. .1.s. i
I their home in (),.born, Bans:iWork .. :il i i iii
W. H. ( ( ) :RJs..l'.1. / 4'1.11111I.1: F..1. i i'i
R adoll,11.. 1'152 I'.r :t.; X I It'w: 1 'r :" un the front road i; |I'r" gr' --uig' ii New York and Florida Special

1'. I.. L.i 1:1.1.: .. cent:! .Ia( k4nnt 111... I 11... 1: rapidly, but only the worst hole 1 li.IM I' '

... been tilled s' fAr. I Leave .I l.t..k-.' n\ill,. .J.lil.\! \"I.t" :: in Itx1 I ::+t.. in I 1"1 i ;al! i iI ;,

The ftnathi<'b the 1 Holly 11111 .rh I I..I'I pllj'int, l.a. -I. x' It.l I 1 'ullin in.
f. Florida East Coast RailwayLocal 'nt t<> the. Uahtngt Mi linlhay! < I 1 1br I. :I I I I.i 1

;iti..n was ,'specially fine and l Ih.: ..".,.1 I IC ; WHI SKEY4r

'1ft(1| taste and a willing ..>rk. r in l rW.tlMn'lI.
f Time Card No. 69. la Efffxt January J, 1'JI.SOtTHBOtM 1.r 1. the cummitt i. frog! Ilnilt l .i; Chicago and Florida Limited I I'i


; '.... \t!" \.. :I1'\o. YIr\u. :: -- --- ,... II ,...-T4o.:: 1):.'!li a. III I ''i LL 98J EXPRESS
UNIIy lIaIt1"allyuail.IiT.TIO'4 i 1'aiiT 1'.1i11 Dally Daily Sunday turning slug :at the h"mrI .
1 n n I H I A I I H I .\ __ 1 I.._.!;_,_ IIII I of Peterson was pnstpi.n il last inn- |H .11.t.* W.I. (C'ot. !h i II till 11..11I) :lU<" | -

: :.;; 4 4A'1:"AM-i r'tlLv: : 4N' ..." : '..::::. :&: :Jarl, ,t'ntfl: ;_:..::_ ::-; .;:,: .4".t*. 13:4:'Ar N..8N..: V1 iti"n <..I t rl g1 QTS.1Pt PREPAIDSend P

-'y ;;aa :, J've 1" 4.... II h1M, ....... -L Au< .. ? .. "r..ot"ie. 1"0' i :.11 I ; )
t .......... fi iw I t 1M.r .. .. ....__..IIIL'ltn....._ _... j Ii :3av.: _......_. .6 uAr .. ._ f us f25 and lie will in a plain
t' a 10 I..r 6 :t&r 11 ;o,"I' :. ,.111 Lt_..._.._eart: 1'aIatkt.I.r r. :roll b 4 r. :"A" 6s.: ... Preaching, services at the honn <.I f fMr I I writ .r .ill o f ship you
1 /.... -, ...... case with no marks to show contents, four,full
1r to! lu\i i jn P"r \r Palalta! __. Lt 4 4N..r.iOIJI'6 un rIvor
: Kichanls the first Sunday of the
t _...:.-... 11)"M. 92''Arl.r ....I..I.IIi.- r'lOI ...7d. .. I: t qu iris of WILLOW DALE RYE, express preprai.l.
-..... ... 7 +41.w-.I,. = .., a1s11atru====L. 1a'w ... .6"F4'I.. mouth. at 10::30 a. m Ltcry'I'oe <...r. t. Try it and if yon don't find it all right and the
1 a tart _I Irrr 1 7 S'rr I.1;...?.. ... _tiati __...- ) 7 t i1..... ._ 7 diallyInvited Sunday .1.,1| | in tin. FRANK C. BOYLSTON, best you ('\(r tasted, !send it Uu.lt to us at our expense .
.1- I : : = and your f.!.H5 will be promptly refunded
4'4:: .. iftvrnoon at 2:30 as usual c Isn't that fair offer'Remimlier
1 .. l Ownndll.'tc4.. ? 4 Mr. and Ur-, D..Datllalld daughter. ,'! i Ih'tinl I I'I-M 1I'f, .\ _' it .\il"i ti (c', .,1-1: I .,' : a
I 114.av II ;,.. I' :a;.v 11 :ttu, __.._flrtl1'-'ul._ M :. 4 4 34" 'v1. b. o1 1 we are distillers v> when" "u 6 jv
: II :>t.. I" ... I mar It J"; ___ Jta\fo"..__ I :: .. :1 S :,;Ih 4 5Lt J"lIht'b.., have (well \ .-itill/ot Mr !; 1 II I :. I I \ 1502M9ti.cTG I! I from us you save the enormous profits of line I ill) *..
......... .... 1"5 \I k II\.1''l 1
qr1 .1- __I'nrturan t'M :: I _... :: :::1........ ._ i 1 ers and avoid all chance of adulttralion \'ju are
.L' ? Ar :'cw t :sir a4rlSr \esmy o e. 25AI Will U.lhrrUI" Jr., started for I I" ir I
I le"Inv ........ :. .I. I :=:jI.l.:: Dr ;'I :=jI.t:: : :: : ..4 HcLnm ;Cr't9.'wr3..t1Ca Sr3 fOdZSC0 'Gs..ao ...: sure of pitting: our \\whlkeuA as! it crnn fr,m
)t.\ooo.! 4 :: ..v ,......_.1.. .""nl:" Illy ......_._ .. I': :;;......'"_...'...''f-1.......__ li"in< it : ptwiK% t'rl/lay. howlkby -- -- k our distiller', without btlllg tampered l uilli n' inn :)
I III 4I. I I"#rr .... ......! _Ora...:. nv: .I.'nrl__.... "_ I' :>1........ I2r_..._._. n 11' of fort Unuie!:"> and Ntu ------- -- -- -- I .', .
..i i I.r=. .. ....-Ar! $ -2 6tM t { 1 I i 1 If v'u prefer -orn wlnke\ \\e will) ",..r' n
r1 SUInl.1.
1 2 .: ,. ..... ...? ... Lv+ 2 +... ..... IXAN..... .. i u A \S \ I HA! HALL"n > four ful1.,11.lrt.otrwrALLANSINCLAIR1SCORN;
1 I, ;.v' I: ..Mv :'. :: ; ; :. ; {;T .-....-. .. irl: 1 r .. !-V i 4.1&21 319 ">''r.! "f the Jouiijc; profile went out WHISKEYlorS:.aO.nl.n.-.I''I"I, t'. V. ,.. .. 't
( .,
4vIi.'t: ir. _._ A: ( rw'tDv10-GMI l I.> tl.i .rtnu groves; 1"1'1 .titlr.1. : .e ut
t lid i w,'I n' 1111' to S ui'tn >l I. I h.\ :i prise.
I ." :L : ;'I I;: ,i.4.N' ,, i,I l.r.t: :::== .Lt?I..C A:, 11i 14.rI......:1N..... 1 143wrl ....1,2t -.ho.il I... little careful .....I.t I : 11\11." iI. 'dl'. ,I. ttrr, i".1 I '/1 :w I ,1I"IJlliJill.g.. "t. II-I" C: Our i'ti +Irmlt-t' "f )jxrfert "atjf"ctj"1 'r r: ::
: a more ..
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2 0..11' ( ; r
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.. M ui'tf1 /.11I 2JAA\ !lilkfl, ,,ith .Intl-tlopt ..I fruit- an:, t: I-. II' .1 L _.__ Lomt.; 4l %........_., _Fait .;alnn.! .. ._ 1237tv: _.__ 1222&W.:! ..__ i.. ttinj;; then on time PiUNtuaitU IIi Ih. 1 deal
__ .._.. .. INkJ'I IkI : \I'pl :I !I" run no rink wl h: n.tU wiui us! as tht: cwnt**
t! llrv .11PW.I. f'lhot.I.: ..._ l.fI"t-- .. Io! 11.\11.....__ I l-.wrr .. .1.. m t.ti.i; .It' I'rit' iKtoowiMY.no i .
t tU:i\ to IN cvmnwndrd bUt i* t-1'f' \ IIt..t..n. of our omp.tm li,,u e rcsnurces ..f .i nnlh,.n L.. ..its=
:::= li 4;.:' t. ::::"::::.1"! ==='.t.'f' :1 ..:=::= : n ::: =:: In 1171x.ary.:..:::= I nlll l. iriitle m rbo 4 and '. Martin II; n"\ it I.. 'hal'llI! r.:11: : !:c III C I 1 ,;;.,,' *\ t til 1 ili.\ ea3Cth .I. wt n
4 :Vol 2Ir AN fi rl1'tl :; :;tA" "_}..r t t'1' ........... 1'1 rLAtA[ IJ IW 1"") 3;.."'"4 1': 3IwI > < Sunday 1 '
-...-- :! ZO.AvI 6 :1MI'..__:1. __TIM...:, ............ 1'1 3a...._.._ I'M"' ... .. arh's'1:1te adana. A LIVE MAN THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLLNG CO.
-..- :31'AW' fi :" ...._ __F.'n! ................ .. I I 1:1.: ..._....... ''r..:.............. Ii I FORTUNL: TO .
: r 6 31 v _j Jen cu. .. 101tu1........ 4Ty Mrs < I-. Wetbetegave a very MACON
::: : f",., s 41w.::::=:; ::: nla ;;:i= ::' : l0 UGA4..__, cn .. 0.- of RecolereJ DiF t;... 29.. Swift Creak C...
I f .r : sty liw. .I ::" ::::.Ilohe.t i 9 4nAr ._ :: p 111 1.:::::::: i pl! :imt. valentine party oa St akti i .\t ti'.n\iII.-::. t' "11".r I tL.! 1.s-' rai'i"l! 11"\\11I1: Hi l' HI tl. -'' : .i;\\1 Ii HII'i ,
I .. ....-- 3; :.:A. ; ::.+............... ........ -lWm .1, ,'r..._ 9 23.uI'I. UW..... ..... I J tin*. ,' l), yI ? (7tr"th',0: ."" K": "","': -; a'r' -
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1U'>t" 4 lrlrr tI ; 'r._*-t l'altu Itch W>Av' 1)" A 8 1ir A, I4'n 'p..tit'; I'ts.ni.tl.nt.I .1'1! .
F I. tll.M 44Av'. '' II .IV a9I1Iv.: I.. ....aimI.:.... 11....._. Etv/1): O&0Ii "PI'\Ii I)2Sir< I I W. II. Ilvath took a party of holly oil'llb111irti nth the'' L'II'' ,'II, '1).lan.l': 'I'' :.i l I
6111 bo'ar'" '; tI ;:rr :, ..n ....... Nc.I'am; adl.Ar ., 7. ('I1'>-'t..t 1lirll ral :'pt'In g at' .
81a.11JasA'' 'I1 10)
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9oar. ... .. R ........._ ......... lltll fri'nu" for aa outing n the KleaiiorM h"n, .., :1I1\1.l..I'( 'Ili il !I'IoI-.I"J"U"1, J ': : '" """ 'I".i. t
91'rr .... _.. ( .-. ......... !: "nday 1 aft4'rnoonTl. six dwilling. ; : '1I1dlll-i. .", I'! 'ft tits. : :< ::I"I''l"r-1, : :'
tn..,. t lr ........ { bit" !: front rIr- : ..111.,1/0)1'1
l SIIr ........... : t v = ... I'''illl' Imp:nl.. ..( 1I..lIy (Hill vill- "I"> f..r tl,,. n.. ,. -I..H.. ,\ H. -.rt II,,.' "
1 JI 1.ICr...........l-lflj i: *, .. ... J 1 U! .. ..|1"111'''' III, tin ti'atti: : ,,. .
j [ l0 4Rr nr_......... c .., I.:1' illeit iiMin| laM Friday ttulit .> !1"1.Id..f ti 'Tut I'.Irtn, .U-: ::. a:' .
[ ; : lu ; .r .r ......... I 1, b (..1t4 FULL
j : ... .. I: .?. .. ... :: :a f..r-I: tire, with thl\ttrnl.d i a i. .
; -HUM' f tin rr-Hlrnc-, Ttu t\i
Condensed Schedules; lU\\ ecn Ja,k-ensile and St.t August\ tiae.Arst ..nun i itfd it the railroad but all |>ar. I IIi I '""Tt :M" ,:,. u "...rl I..t !I. t1t.i 1 l in'I.I., :i lIIllh I ,' Itti .., '+ 1 i
I i.- I burning; brash rtc. .luring :1 dry hIt'' ;' EXPRESn
i "h 11..1". III' "1. -\IIu-ti. ., :', ', ". I:. -, ntt''L' I '
i ,\0.73\e.9. ::7to.. ..:: ''' :{I \o.31 :\0.53'\0.7; .93l'j tun like tin past few monthhon| i IMptrlHulirlv ".nf'rk" I PaEPAIrla
1 '". ..h-I.I.: 1'111'''. '.!. .I nI \" ;\ 1 1'. I. It.rn.-; : .> \ 1
A I Pn'r ninirtf'
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J 'I i .. ? ;, I n B I J: LrdlyI t careful not to ill. w the I Ir. I
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i t 'rn tin* nov.U'1trt'RV' r.trr_': I..._ G '\l1 i
: : 41' : 99itxto4"tr. _
If of the test Mote t Bargains in ii rida
3 '\-ri. 'u.9\018\0:1, : \O.Sl\o.44 ::0.,:,'*:>o' 30\0. 78 No, 71 One )
ilex for
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11\1. .1 III
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NOTE .1-TrUuseompo-edeaclurl( C7Ora'.ITf.r! ; :.r1'arar'; (aitdciLssathewnlt: ; .. ..... H>:It.I ..1h..... I lurmm; ,i I'I'ir'! t:... t ...i| in r inn X \ '1.1. I .' H ,,l j. liu H.-1'1II \\11" will 1 Dr

I 193."II nl.E .. F' I h 'i.TA-':. .... ... I ','I \ ; .,, --. ('. ..- : : IBUSINESS i !
.1\ r.-.y rIache. "I'ratf'o J on the." tr&!:i Kcinb' ::l liJ DO extra scat a:4 't t! eba'T .!. .
t Trat ldonutstoprt'too"1.&tthLlttlmet3n! : .1I'Wo. I' 1011111' '.. .. ..... .....i 11'I :
/ j r.ayescelttan: ::! ..p.i LOT i IN l. At: .USTINE I N I r .
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f' \III' 143'.1 (tl 4 JOV. On St. Augustine's (Great Thoroughfare 'I 1 1t Blue
j 66 \\hii _
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Close Connection tLsIh >:
Mtdc at Miami 1 .i hS'Tr.hlpso! the P. & 0. S. S. Compity "' .
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t : f'I!! Havana Key West and Nassau Bahamas. .. ? G. t_', a'r':; .1.I.. I I.. M :. 1 .. \ 1' :"r'l i I I' '. :. !I.. ., II. .... j .; -I t' r\' 1 b ill s.nd fur I'M i. r List.: IAI holy' I
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: MNNMNNNNN/.N. -& Mrs. M. A. Saxon, of Kingston i is I i I Miss Bessie MacCann of Chicago, WASHINGTON 'I II :.-> 1

visiting with her daughter; Mrs. ia visiting for a short time with her

5 Local Paragraphs. i H. Rousseau at New Smyrna, for 0'1 I parents in this city. '! :
.. DAY PARADE. Cottolene 4.r
.1.....1.1.1...........liitStill or more. i I Miss Harriet Laniard, of Chic I !

talking watch. Don't for tThe Hub Cafe beat place to t'at.j t cago, is assisting i Mrs. Ryan in her .1It1t

get. We thiuk. now is the tim to All pastry and bread baked. tf !, millinery devilment Appropriate Observance of Washing: I

buy. We hate our rcaMmt. It Mr. und .Mrs.) A. K, d>\, of X lIi.l, i: Tl.irgo l'l.l' ">f Koiuiii: MOM'ICuork ton's Birthday b>' the Red .Men '

us tell you ail about it. 111., are guests of The Cleveland for at the Armenian Kaiaar.Mr. .
L. H. HOWE & Co. The Jewelers.J the third season. Mr. Cox is a' of Daytona anJ Peninsula. Shortens food- I
: and Mr*. C. Nash leave to- ,
I banker of Xenia. TheVashingt..fi's Dirthdav C.lebra- j your
go down toOarJint>r's. flu twoeel.:5 visit: with .
I night a tiun, promoted by the 1.1"n: ( of IUy-1!
F. N. Conrad visited DeLauJ eCall and sample our new bulk I their daughter Mr I *. (' II 'lenart, tona and the i wruncul.t, was all and ;

Monday and Tuesday. perfumes. 11AlilThe: Druggist.!: ; at :MelbourneVc I more than aJvertiscd.: Th( l 19t! : M I..u j I

Mrs \ re.-..t lit in : had wniked! :1 itloll-I ly for two wirks "r Lengthens life i
C. R. Maker of Brooklyn, ganr.Ulhe1 i It'
Attorney Gary I U. Liml'i. of( I De your
laud visual iaytnna'1'aesihiy.GraphopIno); who has been the guest, of Major : glaswsauil broken. ICIIM-* icplacd I more ill arraiiginz their p.iri'l d*. :....1 it i i J

and Mr. K. W. (Intmlft 'I'll1Ir"1, (H:+'. II. Cr"Mih A S N.= .1l\% l li'rN and par a grand ,.IWI"--,-. in \"Jwa '. 1'hitloat.s "

: fnv The. (Jl":} '. day for a visit, to Palm Ilearh and Opfu'1.1 n*. tikmu part W'e :Il.pr.itl,tte srnl
Miami.: .irti-tio, notably ihp .nnr< j.rr.ntmr ColloJcnc is a cleanly wholesome product. CclMcxe is endorsed by the most prominent
.fudge IM.M- 1 li.- infant hil.l..f. Mr andp[ .
\ h'WII'1.a'l over :! > tinIhtllon( i>ri::llitl I nil.Hin-. l I"v II..
(runt tlic intity. MMtTinsrI.iv.Siwiny I Mint' diop iiilu MI>nk'i dm"SUiic. Wrii. .Shl'ittiilttii, died<< rinl.iyiiixiuin ; vitiint: t.i'li'of lh.. Hivl'Ni.i Ictli .1-! It is made from cotton seed oil, in a thoroughly cooks and household economists of the country

: Wo hate the ....I.! au l t'ua< Tinlniri.il l u.i in Pine. well that
< of the
!> : I .110' If |>-4ittni: I"i.-alnei1.i.d: .1i I as as by portion medical profesSion 1
ua; hones fur rat and s51| and I INv 1'aitniaductitl modern and hygienic manner, and is just as pure i
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nave IIItII ) J.'lui Siiiilh. l.v -
you I i iMM. i Cai>taui thi! M 11..1 .iul-
for sale at lIarut'lXnH'II)' Store.I I .O'HulI,' the .... who have made a study of food.
Hattrc pure
Marie) Babbiuglon of South j jRidgewood t l dun fioin ll-.llv Mill. :tCl.1| the>1'r'1"- as olive oil. It t. moreover, makes palatable 1 ,

!. A. Fo\e lss>t week added a tine avenu*', has been \isitiug *For largest line Armenian art j...'nt ing the Hags ..f all nations by thepupils There is no substitute for Cottolene because there .

pair of Tennessee blacks to his liv- her Will Babbington and fam- I' needlework nol hanilkerdneN go of 11.1)11111B.'ad.. any| Se:; .: tIf..I..1 I digestible healthful food which will agree with ;
son. is no shortening so good as Cottolene. It stands ;
ery. Several in i\'idu"IIIIIfs! took Ih.-t
: part
for the
ily, at Augustine, past to Armenian Bazaar. t
were uereal.i, appropriate.The the most delicate stomach. Lard food on the +
Take the drive over the Port week or more. very I alone 1 as everyone who
Mrs. S. M. Ryan's daughter Mrs. line of !jur.tde.) starting: at two '

Orange bridge.. tf S3ee Baker's platinum photos M. I* Leui*, who was expecte
.$150:! ) and $3.50 per dozen. week before last did not arrive until Orange, to (Reach, tll (Vntral Bridge, to I
Mrs. F. J. Xiver returned Saturday its use is persisted in. directions will verify.COTTOLENE .
the latter part of last week her Seaside Inn. to .hrendon: to Valley I
of last week from St. left
Augus- B. L. Armstrong Thursday
tine. departure from her home in Mome- street aero--* Central Dtidge to Ki: "
for his home in New London Con-
nee, 111., being delayed by excessively wood to Vc>Iu-ia. ending altie. Arm"r f'-I'
necticut, after a visit in Daytona. was granted a GRAND PRIZE (highest j
Try Birchwood's butter. se.treTather.. where an interesting talk on the prim i- I i
Mr. Armstrong is mayor of Sew possible award) over all other cooking fats at the +
pals of the lied Men, then by J. J.
E. H. Purdy. who has been visiting London and has extensive interests *\Ve can save you money on ;Souvenir ; I Smith a prominent Hed Man, who itopping .. recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition and food cooked 1

: his family here returned Monday there. spoons. Get our prices and with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE.
at Port The
to Miami.[ see for yourself. All goods engraved Or.mgc. armorvwas 1
-Go to Baler's Studio for kodak I i packet and the -llC'al.illl:1- hi'- "Home Helpt" a book of 300 choice recipe, edited a
free. Cir i II l'l\In. I
For first 'JaR'work work and photo supplies.Mrs 1 tenet to with close attention. by Mrs. Rarer is yours for a 2 cent stamp \f you I >
( -Daytona Jeweler.
The N. K. Fairbank Company, Chico
Steam Laundry phone 8. tf I I (;iff.t rn.lil is
I Loretta Mason delivered a I The five piece orchestra of the and |Mitirul.irly t, Citas. .'. Bllr>;..oall. I, A NEW FEATURE-The patent airtight top on this pail is for s t

B. Z. Snowden left Wednesday I lecture the Palmetto. club rooms: Grand Atlantic plays I it also prevents it from absorbing ail disagreeable odors of the
Fate and Des
for Orlando where he will engage Thursday evening on lawns from 11I.0() a. m. until !;.': in the furniture business. tiny. Her next lecture will be Monday ( -
The proprittOM extend l an invita- I their evident apprcc'iatioii by fill r ,11).1|

ttBuy Tetley's India and afternoon at 3 o'clock on The tion t ) the public to enjoy these. concerts I l,1tplaudiugthediffcrent floats: in litir. '
Tea. Parent and Child. :.IM! ; I -- --- ,' South
of London England. 31-Mch-lG I Gift from the Sunny S

School Superintendent A. 0. *New line of bulk perfumes. i+i (J. I H. Matthews, the. proprietor of i A NVhist Party. ,II'
HottR. of DeLand, was vititinu Coast HANXIXS, the Druggist. the City hotel who is e>[icviallypopular I' Mr-( Jane: \VetkriUttaint'r'HiI i

schools Wednesday last. 1 I The Ga/ette-News acknowledges I with! the "Knights flC>f !!..",.",,! home. hi Saturday: :dh'r-I' .
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receipt a basket of fine King,: the Grip has tarn entertaining( i, noon in 1''II"r..r MrJnlLt( ; -gill"" 'IIIIIII.lrllllrrlllllllr.r.rlllrll frrrrlr llllrlllrlrllllIlrl'IIIII'IIIII.'lr i

What is Lily Wafer? Ml ati from the Riverside: Groveat I several nights of the grippe! e.f late, themcmlxrs .>f the .4.1 nln-t .lul!,
oranges; I
the electric light plant. I 3 Ormoiul sent with the l'oIllPli-1 which have not been so all popular], \\hi...hevrralyears' ago u""l regularly= :M Jewelry. New Books. I

with him. We pleased at the lone of Mr-. J. It. <",.JL..
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M. Uoger! ments of Rev. and Mrs. :; are to say, j i .r
the of this ho-vever lit..l "1)ad'is) about :run; Tneuty !lnlie wire prr-4-nt. and .ifli. r'tau .'r
the I ton, ]
are happy parents of a dauchtor. owners pretty gio\e. i i ic i
somewhat! lidl.'r; in Wright. l 1",1 hus'ur'. eujoynirnt iii the gat ru .Idl', .n :
which! was l Is rn Friday .>f last ( : :
W'fk ( :emtiiic Itrn/ilian little-; |Xck-j: Mill ill lilt'( lint j i ate ndrr...iniicntWeh' servsl.

l!, chains and Hra 0I111ml.. Curio'i ialllrt. 'Hi'f.iri' jKntiii!;, 1trI..n'u" 'li i h. n.; : -

tt Fur liirye-le 1 lesums api>'lv l In I :: .>. ? t i if I + 'rl'''riis witui'.iug the ;itttmii !I! "sun i.\itt..1) "Iii' L-idl.-s t., "WI:' .it.I !I.. :
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1'rof. .f,,,,. (.illieT. 1*. O. |lo\ :II.!) tf % bile aciiilciit mi Volu ii atvmie, IHMIHoti tin- |M iiin-iil ,.Ii. f..II.o' ni, : ....
<(Uardmeri.iiinotiiiifs < : .
A letter to Mr* Charles Thllrs.l.allorun( ,<". vith Mr.ShieldV 11'rhe-lily, ofbni.s.tl. ...'"
Sheriff: J. II. Turner and Deputy I I i the birth ..f:1 :-<>ii in Mr.an I :; :.uitoiiiobih* and liicji lc. will ...

Sheriff Kurtz were ov >r from Poland ,1 Mrs I It. I. Wall on IVbnuiy ."h I kinillv. 1'01'111111.11111'1 and ;td>Iuscn or t' c..

Tuesday andY.ln<.*.lav ..n I at >'aut.t'. Me of Pines. The call '>n M. 1 If.: V.ui KiMiren, The Oaks, j Painful Accident.M. "w".

legal hnsiness. child will bear l his father's name. I will confer a sjxi-ial! << far-ir.tlave 1. It.ttii Keuien, anvil ('ngu"'f'r.tt :-
I making linn. Holwrt Irwin Wall Jr. ,, I J 'r-rv' Tity N. stopping at The. < ak-. c'_-

*(For fir-l -foss<< k,>obl.. fm:..hinrgo : ,! + several completely' furnished hurt 'ilh piinful: accidriit Thui-\ ::

: to f lardiner i! ) \zlre i. LiTrillr. ( "Jr )pos ovraets cottages, 7 rooms bath Mr.. \':m'IIrf't.a'l dinning cast on ::0 In .;..
in ludk i 1 cycle and J.ltFhi06t.aagoingnrrt III
Free night lisscs' in 1.0111. k<'.>i' lh\MNj The Drugget i iVilIi.un I etc., located directly on beach. I 1hf
ii II his auto at the tiiri > )lr.( titirllblew
inland other studies will hhtlil i I Rent reasonable; by month or1 I oa l;% T.. ;1 r tr 111. r
horn nod tuinM to tin1 1 left ev 1 id<-iitly -
; in Palmett Club house every Mon.t \ Welherell has l hero cirulatinj balance of season. Mrs. Kocher-I! I
I to make a hitter<< ntrv into Incatc- Ir
f day and Thltr"lla'f'nint"' : :1' is".ft I a snlr-rription 'n raise l sperjrer, Cherokee Cfltt311; Sea- : vv.tv, but }'r.' \un Ki-ureti. tlnnkiuu tin | -
I thud mail I Ui'ltrcuo-Hl nenuehroncl. !
and l. linv. the tn : brec/e I'la ir I warning vvafor. right of nay al-<> ,
Biggl'r tr i't
1 at ,
11 t-. Holly Hill. lie has al- :: I, I i Ilr.IIIJt'> All lilt l..lostmrl. ANo hoiks for the ,
n.t\'ln/1\) |bakery, 'I tinned the, -oliir Way ,4 the allt.h..h I
:I r.%a ly smtitnle'l in raising over I ..au..I.liru. to In- thrown fnmi itic ulm( 1 1 1itul :y (h., < 11/I I I'll tt I I I" -1! \ 'II \'Otllll.t 11f"'II"

II.' :\ p'lrly..C luolian,, |woilo| mini ;: : ."vlO.l l HI* dirr to raise about I Death of an Oia Settler. : the autu ,.:UI.KIS-| over hi-( lightfmrt. ;: ..lcvclrRepair I ( Work Stationery of I:very Kind. ;
Ix-ri eleven arriud 1'1110.1:1\' nnd i! :5 I'KI more to complete the walk I I '
J. ).. (i.irbiul. our of l .it"tia'-. rally The fool Wa.ii swollen that it : 'I'In- beat! line in tho ritQEO. \'.
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ar..I located in the 1 Dins. |, I :
I.indticrg '
[liulicfT", dnil at ins IKPIIHnil ,llth ('olilollillt lie" ase'Ttaine hr-thcr unv
I Dr.) Addison O'Xirll, O..tc''CIJ'lt1!,
: on South 1 Palmcttoa u rr'nt tea t!! $ J Roach: vtreft IhurstLiy iiiuht. aged 72: ;;In inn were broken. 1hrliMv<'l>' at..- i
heated HI It.1"I f't. telephone [
hu at I
: 5 H. CLARK
' ... Ite had tarn in Unl health for tally anrkrd. J
: / llarnc8' frames picture<, to orderat I"\\I. If >v.ir I! :I II ,
the Novelty l tare. bomc limn<< lint Ins great vitality .11- J ..

Y On account of a scarcity of time tained him and his vtn'u th failed l grad: :I I he Iri City Citi/ens league. :. Two Stores. 1--t-L.G South Beach Street.

I K. P. Porclier who with Mrs. Por- It. I.. :Smith; who has for "a number I ually. )Ir. (iulanda'i loin in ivl't: atWindow. ,' .

i (cher has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. of had the for Me. His fathri.is a Mothodi : The Citizens'' Iacuf of laytona. r-t:.- JIIJIIIIJJ, ,.IIIIJIIIIIJIIIIIJIII'IJIIIIIJIIJ.IJJIJIIJJ.JIIJIIIII.'III.. l
years Daytona agency I 'I breeze and heath fa'IIl ,",ting 1Ii YUr .. \I YY w1. Yr1r. : .J. vv6' .YYxr>> .. vYY>> \I r. \I fiY YY/ i >IYY M y"N II YYYY 1 > II Y II Y >> VI >>
D. A. mod t'tt Hid \Vootl D.iJ t"h:i rte 1
on ( avenue Ed. V. Price, the Chicago tailor has i >t mini..t.c'r, and thedreiadfollweila << !
U returned to Cocoa Monday.If : [ I saine Anlhonv' in the -amr f< (>t>to)3 until throat and I I at the city hall on I'riday turned the over to ., << Bros whd will l he glad to meet allwear..r. lung troubles oUiged him t ilesit unitcome : .
$ you are looking for Florida I .. of the Ed. V. Price tailored !jiith. Ile'cttlod in 1.1ytonainISs3and a rej>ort naming S. II. ( ..ov' .i- !
The William Freei
books of views or souvenir jiostaU, 1 I lot lies. : with C. H. )latihewton- pr0.ident.| ,'. S. IZienwn: was als, iioin .. .!
to Gardiner's Art Stoie.Cnas. ( .
go inatc for the .t.n' \ very heati d I di-- I
dut'ted line he'hn't'll"ltlu..i. andltaytona
a stage I .
E) Rocs retnrne I "
"- il t< .tlulrn'.r""kl.'C1: 'If' < .
Tenn., Wednesday I Jea'inIrs.: I supplies at Gardiner diaplam in the pro| .
ROES to visit l longer with her sisters, I! Christian c'"uni.i..n during the <<<'ivilwar nrouM d> likf'wiq''Cot(' of eotitidetirwas .. .. !i

the Mesdames K T. and F. X. Con Mrs ,11ilkin., who owns a winter and I has (sin an arnet worker for I afterwards given )1 Ir. l Itieman.: .. ..ii Sewing Hadiine

I home corner of Ridgewood and! Live I the church daring his residence here.Mr. : C.I..ud! ('. M. liincbam: was: then 11011Ii .

and.llelp Oak avenue returned to Brooklynlast ( Garland leaves a wife, son and i mated for pre-id"'nt. TIlt other otriivr1nommatetl .. ...
develop (' li1d health I with of I were: IIV.. Craigu', ..
.. you !' Saturday a party daughter to mourn hi. d,-inise. His son. .,
and strength by getting him an friends whom she brought South Will Garland, is now a resident fif, I/is prcMdent; hecretary, "'. I'. Imrgiuaii:: .
"Irish Mail." second treasurer.l'. N. Conrad. The deeiinn .: Is the finest on earth I?
; with her." This is the trip I Angeles C ll. Mi.s ISitscCarland<< arrivedrwently .

IIiSGIRM & Man Colirtxt Mrs. Wilkins has: made to Daytonathis from New York to assi-t her will occur iif-xt IVHay rnn,,,:,;. .. .. '

season. I mother in l looking after the Col. Hopkins and Ceo. E. Sheppard ,
of her father until the end. Ball.Kxtcnive -
have been improving and Dr. J. H. Pierson dentist Conrad I Opening
+ "O.
I The funeral services orcurat lOw'tlotkthis ,. .' .
beautifying their grounds on South I block, phone H 8. inorninc:: at the C.lmilr..icl..lac.e on I; : pre'l'lratiloOs'ft'f'in ;- : I r
I,. Palmetto avenue, ulantinc rosebushes : tees for some tinif Cult tl lie grand opening i .: I For Sale bv
South Roach elect, Kev Kuttcr tifliriating. i 4 .
,etc. The CorrespondenceSchools ball that task place at the rand AtLantic '
i of Scranton, Pa have had 1 a The interment will take place I Hotel last evening. The affair :: Have You Ever I t T :. : ,'lerl..I' ..; 1., n f
1 \ Thought ; ;;
at Pincwood<< Cemetery, conductediy ,
eDr. F, II. Houghton has returned i' north window of the i : I ;.1(1( :. ph'd.t., I"
display in the the Halifax Masonic Ixxlge. i was one of the snot bniliatitial) ,. _>
Suite House telephone \\.II.I"\I! : '.1" I'r\o i : '" 4
Opera : Bingham & Maley store on South I events of the seas'n, l icing att('tided bv' 11:nl. UI"I: > I 11-1-!'> '. H"s i ":' v.''" ? i, i, ,Iit, ': ,tl .*;IIJ' a-h f.'idi 4! : Bingham1aleyCo.

:.2. tf Beach street during the week. The I. Attractions at the Opera Mouse. !! many guests of the other hotelt"} : t' I 11I.j.I I I I' ,' :1..' .'I I !., -, .'I j. .. .11. Ill' II..MM"'. ::

Mrs. F n. Lin.ll erg and d.iugb- display was a very creditable one, which numrnius invitation-. !had btrnextended

t ter-in-law, Mrs. Edward Lindl>erg, arranged by Division Superintend-I' Joshua} :SnnpkinV; a rural comedy I: .by the lio pitaUe managerf w
D. L. Palmer, of drama which has been presented continuously | THE GLOBE j
I] and child arrived from Like Helen II I fur several 'CaJU'i on the r'iail that popular hout- ::t1 I Furniture
These ilance I'lhlay nightat
last week and are at Imme on South I tin every
Cline stationary, and will play an engagement at the Opera
f Palmetto I newspapers thi- lib I in future will In- a |x>pular
avenue. Shoes and Gents'
i I., magazines, at Barnes' Nbvelty Store.J. i !House, Feb. 2s. the and will : Clothing, Furnishings, :::1
feature with young jieJiph : i
India and Ceylon Teas of : i "Joshua jjimpkins"a comedy drama; : ITCK & J'OSTFR. Proprietors. ::
i tfTetley's I prove source of intense ileea..un} and ............ ...... ......... ; Undertaking.
1 London, England, at your grocers 11. Case, of Port Orange, was well acted I V> a company aid to IKTVS enjoyment to those attending them. : .......... .. ......
J :31- rrh-16 showing the beauties of Daytona, more than ordinary meiit.in addition to I .
the -
In addition to these dance CIrand -- -
one day this week to II. M. Cook, of ninth several in-
pleasin_ l'pt'dalti"1 arc ,
Fred D. Miller, traveling passenger Atlantic! will alto give a regular enrhreparty 1RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR********************** i
New York City and Albert Brugler, troduced. A complete orchestra, composed J (
for the Illinois
agent of Newark N. J., who were spending of professional musicians, dis- every Tuesday cveniitg. : t ..\ I .h.lil' ; i i t i \M 1 111TI l : I..I..I
J Railway, with headquarters in Atlanta few with him. Mr. Cookis I ..,. The pmgresvivr proprietors erf Unpopular i
a days incidental which t.
eoursf mti icf a i in
was looking after business in hotd 1 have also inaugurated ii FIRE
in the bee-keepers supply business making the play the success it U. This iirt I
Daytona Tuesday and Wednesday. open-air conwrten<< hair groun and Mr[
in New York City, I feature is claimed by the managementto : where endiantinu: mn-i pudiinl k The Cleveland :

:The best sou'enire"s of Day Brugler is an insurance man of b.. gilt edged and, it i- ,.aid. far exceed' daily Iy -kilfui! nJli-if'lIu-' wl,t''.i-, ;, tl ipubl. rtrt

tona at Gardiner's only. Newark. I the Usual} orchestra of theatrical ,', '! t
< ordially i r; \ I rt

; Mrs. Laurence Thompson entertained fFou SUE-Pony, harness and I.I companies.parade: Their about fine band noon will on the give dayof aburlesque : M.IRH lit .\\ ti't', ;1l'\ -.', I .1 t'. -', 1'.11"u> .1' t itn ;1- : i

the "old" Whist Club Wed- runabout too small for my use, or i I the engagement. it.NN1.NNNNNNNN.! 1't .ti! w itli, tl.f !li r'n-*' .1t' -1Ii.J'j 1 u..f f> n *, v. n i ,ii'. :

afternoon at her home on will trade for a larger horse. Ad- J Reduced to

nesday the peninsula. The ladies enter- dress W. A. flea Der Daytona, Fla. :I I will The be following produced by night:::another"Ia..tynnl'} compan : i The Shell Boat. i <:< S. I B. (CiREEN I I Proprietor.t '::

tained comprised a whist club that The clever emotional actre*:*. Mir I> 'r- << .. I
The Daytona base team are r
: was in existence several years ago. getting into practice with the intention I nit AJiton is wen in everyeene m :. : I l'in't, ". ilate- I.a.: ... atnbli.. 'allilar 1'llIInhill $14.00.
"Ea '' which from strength '.f :
jllouse and lot for sale on South of forming a nine and challenging Ormond:-I conception Lynne and, finesse in ,tveution i- j'e i wish to announce f <4444444414444444444444444444444444444444444444444441< ,' I
the clubs of DeLand !
Ridgewood. House one year old, 6 rarely parallclle in the realm* of i-a- that the :Shell\ Boat
to I 1
and other places. They expect t

rooms furnished bath or lot unfurnished.75x553. Will Call sell or be in shape to meet the some next of ten the I and i-in. real At times that the the beholder work i. forgets ss' intense: that : J which for many y(-ar> .'. .'. ....... ..... .... ..'... .'... ..!.!...... ...'.'... ...'. ..... ... i.. ; : Feed I II
J address Mrs. Margaret Sanborn, Box other teams weeks and the public he is gazing on n scene front the mimic 5 ha4 done Imsines} on J J BST{

303!) ,'Daytona.J. days or two world, and for the time. behevthat tv'ill. I Inn. I Working; I
may then look for some interestingball I. ; the water front The Seaside Constructed.
a tragedy in real life is being enacted: \b. -
L. Wallace, the curio man received playing for the Daytona in boysalways this I fore his ejc.s. Thlis only) one of the J again be open to the $ f.

a letter one day this make a good showing < lendid; situation- the play afford lnlHtaL. i '. l. \ I ,!:I i II I : \ 'I \ I ,
many j> public<< on I I hine ill south
Helena Slat lily mat :
week from a lady at popular game. I' and withal it is clothed in language Z \ I : -. ,- ,1 1 7; .' i, I:,' ;,t -I 1.. ..,Ml. : i.1 .
ton, Ky., asking for prices and des- (Ostcopatby-Dr. J. C. Herman, j of exceptional brilliancy and the plan i iI | 25, and you are cordially : I.ijuiIt1u'lla( .Wlth Insllt.I -

cription of leather goods and stat- opposite the Gables.3710w I of wholesome interest. f invited<
ing she saw his ad. in the Gazette- I The play promises to repeat here the ? ,. I 1'1' 1".l ,- ru'H..r in .I
This is o VandeVord Beach ;,,5 the new tallli.t. 11.1; ':,," :)11.11".1." I Uts' : ,1 h I: t I "
News Pictorial Edition. -A. Daytona
success it has met with everywhere tinseason. S i .r- I."I..t- \1 :it.: I'ire- I. I i\ ; a-i'i 1' '"oraTl
only keep one coming.of many, and they will Fla.ment, contractor sidewalks and: first-class builder of work ce- I Ticket. ? on sale at the At moidPharmacy. 1! i Gille's Dock f fn i i.t :. t'I 11 1iin';t ,fi. I ; ;S .'. r., kit: ;:'.a'a: ', :.t. I O, ,an Pi.'r, !: I I Address Box

33-tt' I American La :
guaranteed. ------ 99.1
r tThe Belle Harbor leaves the ferry Bakerycan Bread is the Staff of Life. t McFadden.j Fire Engine
dock every Sunday afternoon at two Remember the Daytona I ; T. :. 1//

o'clock for different points of inter- supply{ all your wants in the If you would live l long and happy trya I! I ...ti.:...i i.....i, ...M
est on the river. Round trip3c, bakery hoc.r tf loaf: of Mr Mi "*=; horiir made bread I ......................:I


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I I.- i I You fellows who .i J. B. GARRISON R.l)). TAYLOR T. I --- I I Legal Notices 5 M. ELLA. DE VQY .c.Q.l: f

= Wire up and be up to date. If : I.I.I.II.I.I.I.i.Ul.i.i:1:
pay your good money i you do not use electricity you are : Grover M. Allen, of Oak Hill, has t r. : LADIES' HATTERS :
i been visitor for several''' (First pub Fcb ]16; lat M.u.9). ;' t
not modern If you do not progress I a
for clothes, ought to get good ': you retrograde. There is no : days. .' An Ordinance '' "4: Correct in Styles. Personal 1 attention to FWin*. *
4: Xo rt South Bath i Street, Dajtona. .
!I i :! clothes for your money. But : I standing! still We for will store tumiahElectric office( : :. The auxiliary yacht Mattio 11., To employ an exjxrt accountant audit I _...................................NN.N...NNNN
d' Supplies s> the accounts of each municipal ofectt

you won't if you're not careful or home. Appliances of the most :; j arrived at Daytona last Friday from | handling inoiu-js of therity.Be t ***.*..***..*
I it ordained by the- common council I 1 t...********************#*O* **** ****
i modern and effective kind{ at : down river points. 4
:i i where for them, and what of Daytona Florida: :
you go t That I
modern and effective .
{ _
I That an expert accountant not connected f
E. T. Conrad took of ladies THE
; you buy when you get there.You'll L.- is, pncrs that secure the business. w i party with the municipal glnrnmE'nt.l-
r i down the river Monday in the be employed annually to audit ac- : *
l I } ('.'ntrallJ'Lot'ah',!. Elegant Room and Board *3 to '10 a week. ,
i Co. counts of each officer handling I eTable
t. t find lots of cheap "incr.t Daytona Electric Grant Ferris on a fishing excursion municipal i'II *
.Modern IiuprmemfnrK
I b,.,...'i moneys of the city aud report tothe ; > r.138'Cialty11
t i\ cerized cotton" goods ofierd for : J3J: South Beach Street : Mrs. May Ilrovver left Tuesday council as * .: Passed first reading January :!S, IW' !. t AIRS.\ CHAS. KOST Proprietress.

.; : Bale. Some of this clothing looks 2.........4.4...N...................NNNN ......... for Havana Cuba, where she will l I'agvfd second readme; January :Uv! *. ....

; very good-in the window; some 4 .4..**...*..****4**...***......N.....144........: visit with Mr.[ and Mrx C. M. John- 1007."avcd third n.:i.line\ I rt'ru..rII.! I I. 44444444444444444444444444 .*..#..**..**.*#....* *

son. nnr.(!!) \.ro\-d, :
i.:. u ia.i\i; :| : :. Mavor. .****..*. *. .. . *".
of it has style and goes under a I t.A** ***1* *** ****
I! THE REO CARS/i Ir) .1. M 1. Wallace, Unnyiid'b AUtt: rY
T. I:. f1fLILItAI.L'hty; : ; -
: good name; but it wears, liko .. mayor, and Mrs Wallace have been Clerk. j :JUeb. THE GLENN J JA

all- visitors this ------ -- .
i cotton. It costs less than \\here\er you go MAI see them. : frequent to Daytona .
} : And wherever you M:e them they go. week. I 16-23)) ;ij.NOTICE. : Homelike; lions with all Modern Conveniences.. Board with IT *

t !i wool and is usually worth less :. I!\ + without rooms. $).50: a aay Spt'CiallJl"I't'li.. *
than it i FOR A FINE DRIVE take the Reo :: The Alcora in harge of Capt. 4
costs. FI/AlrS.
i The the } Ella H. Glenn Prop'r J
following was by I
adopted ,
.: Leon Vann, with her owner, E. D. North BeachSt. Daytona.

; We sell Hart Schaffner & Marx Touring Car.MOTOR. :: Johnson aboard, left on Monday for City Council 11, 1907 at as its: regular the budget meeting for February the i I :+,4444444444444444444Y4444 444444444444>F4..44444....

f ; clothes because they're all-wool; : They are safe, speedy reliable and none but first-class drivers 4::. points: South. fiscal Salary>ear Clerk.1907....:............. .......... S 25000:; I ..
i Salary Marshal.......................... 4SO.OO **************************O*************************JSeabreeze

because we know they are; because ** accompany them. t:: A. J. Hutchinson, of South Nor Salary City Attorney................. 100.00 TI .\vP., Daytona Beach .
You For information as t I places: of interest reached by these cars, :: walk, Ct., arrived in the city last Salary Treasurer....................... 100.00 ;: Lone oay I nn, door poBtoffl. :
it. Nest to
r l' you can depend on : rates etc., call on or telephone: ) tI : :Salary Assessor ................ .' ...... 300.00 .
week. Mr. Hutchinson is : MANAGEMENT Horn
t know what you're getting when 4i : a regular -alary Collector------------------------ 500.001 ( iet to River and Ocean lX' ER NEW :
i. .... M C Comfort, Northern Table Board bv the week. day or meal.! Season or >>-
t I visitor Physician and Medicine I 125 00 :
: season to Daytona. City : i
i f you get the Hart Shaffner & Marx[ i TRANSIT COMPANY j| Sanitation: ................................. ,00.00 :: Transient.! Large airy joorn Rates $;'.OO to $10.UO. Special rates for :

label Dr. J M. Matthews an eminent Salary Mayor............................ 100.00 I M I I lie S-a-mi .
t Phone 2$. First Street Opposite the Electric Light Plant. :: Interest on bonds..... ............... 1000.00 : :: MRS. C. E. HUYCK Proprietress. wt
There's no fooling with quality surgeon of Louisville:: Ky., who has Street Lighting: ......................... 4000.00 .
B. WILLIAMSON, Manager. been a guest of the Clarendon, departed Printing... .......... ........ ............. 300 00'' ........................*.. #.*****.*..***.*.*.*...*..
adultery I ; ..: Fire Protection.......................... ;:;(H).00 '
.. cunningly I: for points south on Monday. Streets and Sewer! ................... bOOO.OO .
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5. 1ttAf+1A4f .*** *******************
'n cheapen them, without your : If you are thinking of bnvmc a RUNABOUT or TOURING CAR, and Extra Police............................. 75000(
you wish to know why the 1 RU: <> C\RS are the bet for the price, call on i A number of Daytona ladies attended Sundries......................... ........... 1(100.00 :, THE AUSTIN. :
knowledge. We offer you honest : or write to BUr I UM & CROUCH Agents .: a very pleasant "bridge"party I One mill to be levied and raised as aj I .
clothes. At Gazette-News Office Daytona, Ha. fuud. T. K. HT/dEUALD, i
sinking i
I 4: Monday afternoon, given by : Overlooking the Halifax: Kner, I Daytona Florida :
t ....*...............................................4NNNNtf I City Clerk. :. .
Mrs. T. Fred Brown, of Daytoua i i IlllKDLARGESTIlOTtL I IN: Tilt CITY.\
t :: :
t N....NNNN..NN......NN p Beach. I [Fir t pub.I.-elr.:1; Inii put. \I-r. :IIJ--]
.Bros.v : A New hum'sWith All M Anthony I I rlEKIf-FS SALE :
r I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schwable, uf j t ': W. \V. AUSTIN, Proprietor.44s4C4444444xsxxsx4x4444444444444444444444444. :
I II Under! and by virtue of execution '!
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What Do You Know Philadelphia-and Mrs. John Ander-I i issued out of and under the M''il I of the '

f : County ,Vbstract, son of Greenville, Ohio, are pleasant : Circuit Court for \.,IwL.& ('ountnor- .
; ida, in a suit IN'tiding m aid Court 'ii. ii.'i'i .rlri.Vr. V r.r.riVr hwNNNNm
r f Investment and Title Insurance visitors with Mr., and Mrs J. I P. wherein Ifcrnard Gvldbirg A. Suns r h

; Turner North l.i l.i l. and J. A. Jackson IVftudcnt
on KidgewoodMr Ire plaintiffs i> -
Company. About That ? i 1 have I levied upon .is the property -
Titles Insured. i i Carnef, who has has been of the said defendant, J. A. Jackson Baggett and Post
I e and will Mil
: nt (public auction to
BIRT: FISH, CAHI.Y D. LIMHPrwident. -. II visiting John Price, on "range' avenue the highest and bit bidder for cash, in :
: /Sec'y: and Tr-a" turned Tuesday to his homeat front of the court hou-e door at LVlxiud.m M
Abstract furnished and titles t'crfelteJ. A real estate proposition in the cen
said the '
county on Monday first day :
Plata and Blue Prints Supplied Columbus Ohio, where he is ;
4 Maps engaged of April A. !>., l'J07, during the legal
I Opposite Volusia County Bank. in the wholesale grocery bu- hours of :!sale the following described gar r Real Estate
FLORIDA. ter of town that 12 cent
DELA. D. earns per on real estate, to-wit: the west 33 feet of :
siness. north i'0 feet of lot T, block I. Greene's j jsuUluiMon I.
CART D. LAXDIB BERT Ft-nit I of lot 12 and 13 ", r
11. of
$12,000, and you can buy this propertyfor Mr*. Martha F. Clarke, a visitor: block .")3, Maon! A Coleman's addition i[: and

LANDIS & FISH II from Terre Haute, Ind, died at to 1.l\tona; also lots 3 and .1 I, block -I, .
lncuc's: subdivi ion of lots 11, 12 and '! '
pr t ATTORNEYS AT LAW 12000. If you have'nt but $6,000 I Daytona Heath, Friday of last week, 113. blot.k !&i:{. Mo>on .\; Coleman'addi- :

i Practicing in all State and Federal I; ;j inherit Ith .taf. The body wasshipped {: turn to Daytona all being in Volusia'' Insurancei

P .. careful Court attention.CiTil or Criminal Special business facilities Driven for or even a trifle less you can buy it just I II t| j to her home at Terre Haute I, Countv ai.ll'rtlperty", H-indi. III) tw sold to satisfy[ ,|I':?.a

p iimttig ating and perfecting land tit leu.DELAND I i! for interment 1! said extiutioti in the sum of ninety-four e:
i I and furl v.lhn-p -hiinilrrdtho !i'1.I31 I I'I i House Block SEABREEZE FLA.
t }'LORIU.r \ I the sameand the rest of the money i iI t : Mrs.:: Loretta Mason who has bein'' dollar ;;n.ii int 'rest;-- !nIt; t; of proeeedings !' :'1a ,

: thereon. J It. TI K.NCIt, '
DR. HOUGHTON lecturing before the Palmetto Club, 'rill of.III..ia ('ount .. lorida. ,j\ :5 COTTAGES( Fun SALE < In REST, Outside Acreage PrI --
: will cost you but 6 per cent, so you see i iI lecture at the (lI louse *
I I cave; a Morgan - -- I>erty, Impro\ed} or VnimproAed: control most of the unimproved
( HrMpuii li i:: lest pUh Mr '''nSHCRIHS >
+1 DENTIST. | annex Monday afternoon. Mrs, Ma I :0::5 pn-perty in Seabreeze, represent two of the Fire Insurance
r '
: you can be earning 6 per cent on the I i t'vn is: also engaged in forming a SALC. i Companies that came throng the San Francisco disaster vplh

Office! : Suite 4, Opera House Block I : das in palmistry" etc. Fader and by virtue of an execution : : capital and standing
J t other fellows cash. i iI I i:-!-ued out of and under tin seal of the .r:::::: unimpaired.

Ii "' Phone 32. f I S. H. Jove; received a letter Tuesday Circuit Court for VoluMa County. Ha, :JwA I I 1 I I 1. I ""
Y''VI 'I \IJJ JM"-W .1
'I'' ,! ,1 I in! a MIII [ptndiiii; in said Court wherein fly uYYYYYl.rYY'UYV'YYV1'Y>> >> >> >> >> 9 >> >> -
..J". Pretty good proposition is'nt it ? I I II i announcing the death of K.: O. I S: J. TIn for IS L'tamtiir and J..1. Jaik-

r t t If *e A.8t.w.rt Kgford nor I .i i! Ellsworth at Iowa Falls, Iowa. Mr. on H IK ttndtnt. I have levied upon as '
tin of the said dt f. ,
proM{ rty nd 'nt J. A i
f ( STEWART & BLY know all about this and will be glad of I II I Ellsworth owned l the lot just last Jackson: and will sell. at pnMit .,iu:.tion I
t t. I of Coloiul C. C. 1'ost's residence tn to the hmliest t and !x:-t bidder for earn I
. I in front of the court IIOUMdoor at IVI.ind
': -
it LAWYERS, I the opportunity to tell you all about it : j I >..t'all boulevard, JSeabretw, and intended in said Countv., on Mondathe j \ San Mateo CigarsHave

::I I i iI. : !i building thereon in the near !tint day of .April .\. H. ll>07, during1/ '!
Office in Bank Building DEL.\ D. FLA the I legal hour of sale, tin followingdeinl *- '
b Branch office over POBtoffice. DAYTONA and show it to I future >ol real estate. to-wit: the west ;lj
It you. I II :i feet of north iO fet of lot 7. 1loc'k I 1.1 I!
--- Arthur 15 Hrown editor and publisher (Ireeiie'si suUhvHion fit| s II, 12 :and
r. ........ .................. I. 13. of thsck<< 53 M I.i.snii A (\>l It'man'ao1- MadeReputation
i of the Fort Pierce News, wasa dition also lot. I,
to Daytona; :.t Ilndt.
i ; !f R. L. Smith. t visitor in Davtona last Saturday, block 4. (;Jreine<< 's !'ou..lh.i..ion of lot II, :
: I
Pharmacy | 12: and 13. lxk 53, Mason & Coleman'saddition ,
41 I t was a welc-ome visitor at the I to I D.i\ton.i. all liemg In'n- A of
t Gazette-News svtt tutn. M Ir. Brown lusts! County, I Florida. '

: The Rexall Ii I N.................................._.....NN......... !I l'omlnct'nl':'! t f the best ne\\sj>aptrsj I, sail:Sail execution| proH-rtv|; in will the Uold Burn: of to fifty"afbfy and ] j

t ............;;... ............. .......-........., j I in Florid., and is i gradually making I tlirrt- one-hundmlths 1.,1t.03d"II:1 :;':
4 and interest and costof procitding* : Their Own.
S : Cottagers and Tourists at Daytona :: i it better and better with every is>ue. thereon J. It. TI' ;XEH. '

Drug Store 1 1Cor. Ii ... who 'l 1"nt t t" \ i-it' Palm I IVnih WIll find ..: t I At a meeting of (the Port Orange --herill-->\ohu-ia (Countv, I-lorida |
i : I i 1 ridge t Company Tuesday mottling (Ii "tpuh. Itb. 9; last pull. Mirth !n) i The success: of the San Mateo Cigar is one of

'. .1 i "HOTEL PALM BEACH:: I the old officers were re-elcUed. The Special .Master's Sale. i iI
Beach tit.and Orange Ave : : the greatest industrial triumphs of the East i Coast
t I -.autirull.IlIc'nll'.II.I'I.n. | .. :: I affairs of this bridge, which was but nd<'r and by authority of a 1I1'I'n't'! of''
tlu-Oi-cun and l
a nk Uorth in Palm IVaih J '
Foot of South BridgeG.A.KLOCK : I (not Uv,.t Taltii IIt'/1I'1I.1) I lv,-rluoks the motor )I..'at nice'ours" and pml't'r r<,.j n.. 4: recently completed are in a gratify f"rl't"ll..un'Circuit and of sale lorida.in the. in !arid S-v. nth fur \Judicial '<>-_ duce the freeze.
T Tenient to its immense next: dour tHMKlilxu/ the Royal I'outeiuna hotel l 1..1" I
: I Ittoii e.untill .
condition and it detinedI thanctrv. in '
.I, mi is a < .UMth
....................NNN !! jr.inl.'tiolf links rust) surf liathins Maintiini; rl'lill..II\tronn\tt'oi l | touristsand J 'r 'in [inndliig.:. wherein Marv' :Spence: ieornplairant : Made frpni the choicest growths of toltan'o tluit the
J f.iiiiilwt. wekine the nnnNlatioiit+ of a l.irjre ullltl'rlllut..1| I but I'.r..tin 4: I to become' more and more popular and Bron M I. Millun' amiKo.t ( rnm-
J a little !.>.* of tlt' loiitnilitv, .it the largest hotel and l m.ki.. sula of Florida and the Island .
more rate rnt n Cult
.I : ( the favorite drives of this : Millin< r. hiwife, are sit ft tulanti I II ran prodmt and"rnr.
t .ttentitlslatesao-ttoib: \\iih .*.. among
t 1\\\\. D. f OI"IIH J.uniaM "Ih. Unti' fur Illu"lratII""IJ..I..t.Mn'"M li.ith Kate ?:t to % SJ N iil \\'t'l.I..I.\ *4: | vicimtv. and will U-:Mil>t l'ld.lt-r.at public for outcry cuh to at the tl.
"Hotel Palm Beach | i d ior of the courthouse tin itv of r the cigar i industry of the world has never prod wed 'betto g .!'.
: i J Palm Beach, Florida. : I j The !serviies at the Baptist church IK.land in .iid; county and -tat', during I

t Physician and Surgeon. .**.....*....+.*..........4..........4 ............:: last Sunday were espetially) inter- lie U gal hours ..f'.-alt".n, Monday. I For teak by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the I r.: .1 ij

1 ....................................................... esting. The pa t r'sl1bjl'lt was.: d:1in\prill.| slid A. 1 month). H"';,all Icing the the(..II"urn", inr.t Mon tll'-! :News: Company on every train entering Florida
139: S.
Ridge wood A\e. Phone
-'j. I i: God," and) for offertory MriU-d lots, tractor parcels of lands.
' 'Tleasing an rTwenty sizes, styles and Crudes to select from
'I 1 Office Hours :
,; 7-s,12-1 7S. situate and IK'intf in \olu-ia count -
, :I 1 .. .: solo Mrs Uramson: sang "'fiu llorila.known and tll.sc'ril.'l"tl a- follow J
' I
::1 I DAYTOXA 1LA. -,: :Shepherd: King:' Both> moming I-i'tsll and 10;, "ul>di\i-ion, of tin j I :Oll I SAL1 : BV ALL [DEALERS.M.inufiu -
; northwest <|'iarcr of the southwesttluartcr _
i Ask i iIr. and evening services vvcie largely | of H'dioll.J. township ll, !south r : .tun-d IUp .' k
: Mr. Foster of 31 east,
P. R. BENNETT attended Mr:: I'ramson sang; range containing oain- as
S M. D. I shown by map tof a. H \\'iI.on. tax assessor p S. W. ROWLEY SAN MATEO -_
I -. .. "Why Not Now, at the evening tof VoliLLi cotmty filed M.iI: j; FLORIDA
I 1I Sl'n'it.l' I is\\I;.
j I t PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON : Alpo, lot 3, u'ltlii'n of Lit-I and :JMTtion .
I :\ Foster is the traveller fi. lend, his oilices "
I 71'A.lLl.il
S, township 1 I'louth of tniutuU
: IM.: and Will Cameron, with Jim j range. .Imap
Phone 14tt. Office at residence outh- 31 east C'l.ntllininat ;acres! -lounb\I \ -
i west corner of Ridge wood and Oranpavenues. : are tearing houses for information of all sorts; hereoti : Ellis the famous, Halifax river \tl- to f *;. Ii 1111snntax, J-M-MII. ..,

Office hours 1 to 3 and l C to S : will t' ) I : low tail fish, tatther. are on a lisping i \olu-iaioiiniv. I 11"ro\a.\ 1.1,; i Max .tI
r I If : > lilt descriptive printed matter crneerningtravel }: : I Is97\' with all tilt liuil'imi-' t ti,,,'r. n ii Fes'I
.j'- : !'and hunting e x| edition up tl.t'T.. Clthtruit.i all at..1 I Miiii'ilai' 't.:.. totiteuts :.' a I 11 -

f: Fred E. RanKin, t'Ten-wllert'. Mr. Foster knows a great deal .: moka river this v\eek Mr. Ellis ex- I th.'I1I1!'' !I.dnlllml.:: : ;;
., J. i 1.1.1: : MH n:, o[mp. ; O
1. : about Cuba: Florida. Jamaica and the whole South :: to break all reeord- ., ,
j-r-a Expert Accountant, Books Open. I'cl't previous : _____ __ :- ul M L. t. r
: He will tell curd-in: fishing and hunting ere returning
: country. you about train schedules and : L
; j 1.! :: I: as well as bring lad a f<-urare _
rl .. will.engage Tour rooms at hotels; he is always glad,I ., I If In (..mint Court :Ninth, Jud.1'; | 'fI o
: 572, Jacksonville, Florida. f I curiosities, of which he ItsI ruitf
rlornla. and
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: i References: S. B. llubbard Jr. Oti :. to answer question and to do everything to makevour : quite a collectioniVLand County: r .
ix CHAM-LI I:\
: Zeus Bank of Jacksonville,People'\, Hank : : visit to Florida both pleasant and profitable :: I will soon have a flay det-" Lliza Thomas 1 1 1 E t t t ;-
I and Trust Co., and .
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: Mr Foster services are free-no fees are ever asked _: t tric. current for the purposes[ of runt S>yruII.. Thom.

J i i .. j ning motors etc and l I'it is said I t I Ioit To >yru, H. 1 InMiia.You .-*. h .
"r accepted so when YoU are in oubt you better {.I
'I New York noisy gasoline engines will lv done anIwrt.y ri'lJulrI'll to appear" tl''
L the Hill uf
: Ask Mr I Foster, : Complaint filt'tllwrt'in i U e.iin-t:
away with A davlight current }ou in the Ue -ntitU'il raiiM- on "r :
Ufore the huh Jay of March{ .\. I B., :,: 'll """h iiimiWWiWW.Wii.Wiiiii'inYiiW.
: would be convenlent fur '
Daytona i. ,,,,
many 1907.Th. "'II. ""Vit'.w. Wi
Ladies' Tailor HE PROBABLY business houses, and it :i A. I .
Ii : KNOWS : is likely Dajtona Gazf'ttt.-XtV/i"' is hereby :: ) f'cBRIDEPretlde F N.
: I that Manager iove "tllthl be indtuttl designate" as the new.-paf; in u hit'h : d CI
II Ii Wi the plant I'l! I hours if this order shall be puhlish. ::
I: Formerly of Fifth Avenue has : to operate : asathcient once a week
i t opened Mr.[ Footer's' offices are at the Sign of the : f.. four ('o'bot rutive \m-k I
f!4 .' a store for LADIES' TAILOR Question number would agree to \\ tbt'H hand | MERCHANTS
I my and sed! of ounce : :; BAN]
LN G and Remodeling, or anything : Mark in : opt-rate motors and fans this lath; day of January. I H ISO;. ::'I
_rft i in Tailoring line. Also French : "AMfllCl: D. JORDAN I::; 'Bran-A Volu.l. County Bank
I Cleaning and, Pressing.In :. Jacksonville. St. Augustine. : NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION .1.1I f!LANIlS.tz L. HT/
corner the Beachand rear of Aultman's store : : Palm Beach, .Miami. : I Notice i< given that the n[ .;'i.il partt t S-luitors for (''' :IIII.IIK(. I ::1 i= rers4inal) Liability------------------------:: tdt

: Orange,(connected I ner hip! existing:: ltt't\\I'In: 1-3rllll.\: I fish\ I I'i: Transact a General Banking Business
t with Aultman.) Special attention to : Havana, Cuba.Vashin tol1, D. C. : and 'I. L.: Fitzgerald i:- this day dissolved T. E. FITZGERALD j ;
Gent's Tailoring. Will call for by mutual connt11 outtand-I 4
]per' cent. Interest
and deliver goods.H.STETLAND.. .. ing accounts due the firm may I* |paid I ATTORNEY J Compounded t 1''oaf tt'115 I
i I to either Landis: Fish or T. E. I'itz'gcrald. AT LAW
.. ', LANDIS: HslI i imiONA, FLORIDA 13 Savings Accounts

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