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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
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Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 1907
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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1 1 i APLEA- GIVE by a climate second to no other in the dell': by act if the legislature it it shall : [MAY IMPROVE (liormal. including street crossings: we guidance the Journal, which was in its DAYTONA HAS '

. western henuspnere. f toe e-ontmued either by myself or a sueeessor have a cost of :$260 per lineal foot In waddling clothes. when he assumed

Lakeorth Ommuiucations "n the subject (bi, drain ijedMrirv refered to there is charge of it, has become one of the most

: MULLET A SHOW 'j teeming Twenty with years fish ago The mar approach was I:,; ef protecting the: state fisheries lie *.. NORTH CANAL. I shout ","}" .,re tin.- \\0111.1/:1\" ill Wl prosperous newspaj>crt and influential 5229 PEOPLE. ;

II of the Gulf Stream brought millions "f tinted through the press |per tcrt |1".li1i"ul factors m the:state The Journal

.. Kkk bluefish, mackerel and other native JOHN \. DK1UIII: :U. kkk "}'lan .' llii> |plan would require a untUrMr. Miyes: uiagemeut reflects KkR

a From the \ersatile Pen of John V. fishes to the lake in quest of the mullet Honorary Fish oiniuissl IIIlIer Some Talk' of Placing Retaining \\ alK I I t\\ellty-f..ur unit pipe| laid on each alternate e i edit upon| the |>re>s of Florida and I he Census of the City has been Completed

,. which provided the ef their New :-;mvrna_ FlaMmh4. 1' O7. I I : lit rt'll running from First street richly merit the hbertl (patronage it
Detwiler. Honorary State i f majority via Permanent :Nature Along to the mcr From First :street a enj.'vs.AN and was Declared Official
i \\iththcadveutofthe commercial -
? Fish Commissioner. ': I fishermen with their miles upon| Banks of Drainage Canal. twelve inch piM| : would} In. laid west to, by Council Monday Evening.

:a,;: Editor G..zette-Xt'ws-Th. article miles of gill nets, the mullet in spawning GRAND NOVELTY Fur Mine lime members <,f the City ,I or near N.tvnd ftrcft Vlso a twelve-,' ECHO ONGOOD After month's work Louis Idler, b
:: inch laid north and south from the
fr.irn the St. \ugustine Record. under I season barely came inside the bar, before SALE1 I( Council have been interested! lu the:o.uhjt''t pipe superintendent of census, and his able '
I main line First street to
along or near i
;:110 the heading, "Give the Mullet a Shu"." they became the property of the AUCTION : e.f making permanent imprutrnwntsalong I assistants hate completed the work of I
the next stout running east and weft ROADS
,. certainly well-timed, and strict Iv' ml j ftsherm u. The result tod.iv i'l app:trent : the bank of the North C:mat. taking a census of the city.
with the ('('(*.- 'atl'h-Ioa.ill" I
accordance with common sense, uud j I :is the sport afforded the line fishermen r. r n M Monday evenings Sean i ill" if (he irj The total number of inhabitants is :. ,
.
I "Outlett'r .trucled in themanner kkk t
judgment and practical foresight I t ill days. gone by', when this b'autifu(If Of hit.E tlge Real I:state. Intersperse!' J j jith I City rathersthe civil engme-e i ing Jinn I('1' de,, 'ril..Juulof I on drain I I 5,229. Of this number 1,301 are children .. "1I

Where mullet are plentiful, the Jon..I" f;( lake was the nursery of the young fry', of D 1) A. C. M Rogers puxiitcd the t tj>j>rolniatelj -i I Along the Florida Last Coast to \\'. there are 413 white children of fI
\\ a hats Mixture of Romance eighty acres at a total cost of I
eous or game fish abound For this and as A result the feeding ground of following comnmumiicatiunwhich will no j K. (i\ens' Conclusions About a school age, and 180 under school age; f:
'| $V acre SI to 510 1 M0; I
reasoflvonly, do we. of the East Coast of the came; fishes exists only in memory ;Melody and Fortune. : doubt tee Itf inteieM t.. the general pub per or per It. I the colored children of school age number
lot. The surttof; this plan is in the RoaJ to St. Augustine.The ;. 1 f
Florida ewe our splendid rod and l line The time is now ripe for action, md l if The I- tz."imm..nslIt'lill" ('oinpiny'will 'the: ;, ;(Ott, while those under school age
fart that the
fishing, !and where ever the fishing the northern half of the lake, includingthe inaugurate t real cat: :it"" atui..n vile I i "In making arrangements: to take. are I|, and and pipe the can sand be LS laid effectually in tineiuiek : conclusions of w. II. (Givens of 203. This makes a total number of t,

grounds have deteriorated, the tause limits fit Palm Ue: chf'tf' createda on next Tuesday that will prove to lie I of the storm :LI1.llurfa'ealt'r in the I II I Ij 'I hut while Dtyluni Beach, about the nf'l''ssityof children, white and colored, of school t
out, in plan No I theme is aMxs.ibilitv ,
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can he laid to the abs s'her (>f young mul- government reservation! the effect the most novel in the histi)' mil such j| western I.artIf the city it i is well\ to book i iI f the link sand ag.sudhighway from Daytona to St. age, 021; total number of children all

l It.t, which are mainly the food of the I would be noticed after the first year" in transactions which h:Lever "K-e'until in I'jat the question from the point if view i j' front| the bottom" '(of the- canal corning, :euro up I ViiguMine. which were published in last ages 1301. i!' .

trout, bass: blue-finh Spanish mackerel the increased presene-e of the game tins: set'tun. The trait t', bfdisjMiMtl: that it H only a slop forward toward A ; after tin" r.'taming walls an n n |place I wick's duettc-News, rills: { forth the follow The census was a revelation to many : ,

and cav ally. The hlfl.llf'ad and pom fishis What right the opposing element 01 consists *.f gilt-c'tlg l residences and system which will in the end effectually ing words of approval frum John citizens hI) did not believe the population :

pano feed mainly on <'(Mat: 'cans, and to in many instance the alien and lots fronting on North KidBewood ave I drain that I'"rti"n of tin city IIn.ler'I.n- '-I 1 i of Daytona to be so great, but the s 4

their absence In their tot'a-OIl the charge iric-ixiiiMblc individual, who I"IJ neither nut', whulils the: rei-ilfnti.il avenu <.f .. suit-ration CITY COUNCIL I :; : city has made rapid strides the past :

e an be laid to the cotiime'rci:il lisherinen. tax nor license and yet claim protcc- Greater IIIIJtulI,i, "tte have prepared a plan e>f tin quo Ormond, Hi, Match 3, l'K! >7.-T E. three or four y errs and those who ban !

Mullet ill their season; spawn in tection in their self-assumed right to deplete The novel innovations 1""UIII't'tl'tl with I I proximate drainage district And from PROCEEDINGS'!i r tT.gl'tlIJ, I).iy tona, }'l: .; tear Sir-In been watching the growth were not surprised J

the surf in the \iemity of the inlols and our waters e>f their natural food the plan you will note tint the crater Mr .tivcns'i letter the. paragraph copy at the figures.
this sale include a band concert Iy e\-
pus.es" and after :i few days: the young producU, to the detriment -I. .>f winch I enclose, struck me <>o forcibly Great care ha been exercised in gathering -
cell<"nt musicians; :i grind puidc. in f. 1; I
mullet return to the shallow waters of .tili/ens who contribute to the revenues I! Ids come from a section two miles west i that I have sent topics: to :!C\'crall'al'ers[ the data for the census just completed -
free carnages for cvtrjlxxlj; a l Ioaliy
he creeks and lagoons: to feed and mature of the state in every avocation: snow for those .born since January I, I, of the Halifax river. IJevond this point At Adjourned bcsbion-Naluativn of'!' along the last Chart, a.s 1 think every and the indications are that it is
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and in due time in accordance with save only the fishing interests It is I the aural outlet is the Tomok Liver.The : Real and Personal one *lH uld keep it permanently and very accurate. "
I'KX't, in which: three cash pri/eawill lc | Property. | I
the natural law, seek the ocean to |perpetuate hoped that such a storm <>f righteousindignation awarded! fur the three prettiest cherubs; I I I North C'anal ie at present attempting :I i I Iu prominently set up until the closcof these The city council at their meeting held

( their tpecics.; will meet the introductionof 'I & to take: care of a considerable" <|lumtity Other Matters of Import. iI I ;t-oji. If Mac\\ illiams and John Park- Monday evening&: declared the census as
a grand cask prize tlf |i"j j 'n to every I I
For this reason, it has thus far not the hill throwing open Mosquito lagoon white person attending the sale Hut ,! (.f the water which como<< from ln1 :- : .\ adjourned M-XSIOH <*f the'('ity cuun :,' msoii succeed: in their present" road bill II taken an official one

been: found ixfebible to smctWully pro- to tile devastation of a few inJi-1 the most attractive feature' to this ale !1 yond the city limits. I eil was held Monday l \"I'ningith 1'rcb-j I I the continued. | ni>frity of the Halifax ----

pogate mullet artificially as is |xnxsible iduals whose talents could be will he l the : "Owing to the narrow:,:! and liicjit; idl'nt Carroll in the. chair awl all the eoiintry i is .assuredourMiicenly,
a public wedding cm grounds I Close of Game Season.
with shad, salmoa md other alt water to better advantage in other directions, during the hours of sale if the candidates i- 1 j grades, it a not (>ossible for the canal 1 to I membersprewntt\cept \!
fishes though years: of effort and thousands though possibly not nearly so lucrative.Can 1 for matrimonial bliss can hue di>;- |'; carry off the volume that comes to it. |i ham, who was in JukSUf\'ilJe.: : ) March 1st marked the close of the
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of dollars have been expended by some one furnish the information even at ordinary stages: of witer'rrom ; Bill i I game season in Florida. It is a crime to .+
covered Tin hlicnl sale managers: uf- I i tn the amount of QIat.4; i werepresrnt'd i .1t"Ti' L\C'l{>IONS AIOTHK
the 1T. S Fish Commission in the effort. relative to the revenue derived from the I the' license, pay the minister, j jftrtoluy the accomjianjing 1 profile. i.f I Ii I' md ordered paid. EAST ('( (.1ST. kill game birds, such as quail, turkey,

Nature has provided suitable conditions i.- sponge fisheries by the state c,f Florida furnish the for till bridal ,i the canal, which: is al><> a part of the report -I I I' I etc at any time except from November
carriages par- Joseph < bourne prevdted a I pttitu.n nun letter of \\ 1{. Givens: : ;
from those depleting her waters I :see; '! will note that the 1st to March lit The penalty is a fine
with
found its with' you region
in Mosquito lagoon, and the 'e-I j ji
) I ty present happy couple a'.kinglsnnissiu.ri to lay' a sewer from Ueviewitig, the trip and its |Kjet>ibii-]
$41,000 worth of sponges were sold at i i tween Second and Fourth streets .', '. I of not less than $25 nor more than $100, IN
miles of hallow water, furnishing: & a S 10 cash the .. !
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in proposition being pe n the new house: being erected l by Mrs.I tie rioutl! say' that for the expenditure
sufficiently high whereinample Tarpon Springs January 31Vhy not '! the lands beyond the city line are from I J j or imprisonment not less than 30 daysnor
temperature white
to
any respectable] couple Hodgtrs The request: was grant -d. of comparatively a few thousandsof
food is found to sustain millions include this natural product in the le is i j I ': two to eight feet above the canal where I Ii i ij [ I IAt I more than 00 days. Deer can only
Auctioneer Hill aptst mater in the the, last .f the dollars the entire road could be putin t
I mating c preceding be killed
of fish which if properly protected will for taxation or license The federal i the same passes through the culvert at during November, December
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I art of crying and a Chesterfield in man- superb shape between Daytona and
eotuncil
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gjuernment \'irtuallyabandoned the Hidgewood a warrant was drawn in favor of and January. The fine penalty is the
that I avenue.
about the results
bung are
same :
mrsiIl conduct I sale at. \uguatme Indeed there would be
bought by the V. S. Fish Commissionwith propagation of sponges by planting cut-I I : __ "These back lands that drain into the I the balance I.ibrary tlf .tsxriatiofl the! for StOOL'i the l I many miles of it that ,would need but same as above for game birds, while the t
the beds robbed the amount appropriated. jail sentence less than
tings as are w I is not three
their hatching stations with but a North Canal arc in many instances:! f live I I'or littlle more than the filling in of
occasional
fraction of the expense. The Mosquito to which the cutting were attached were I I A \\ arnmztooung Lochinvars. I'! six feet above the surface of the 1 The voucher \\returned to the"coun ruts and the lopping off of months nor more than six months. This
I I cil with the statement that but $..0 had sonic
stolen. Is this indicative of prosperityor is for each deer killed out of the
lagoon is connected with a canal borne Some of the young ladies ..f Diytoua ( ground at first street and around 1 the unruly branches of treec. Anyone who open
theft The oyster beds fur miles in the I been previously I reccpved instead tiO feet wide about 10 feet and I depot ground that in of game in
deep have pledged thtiasthis toaU-tun from so case a the council I has traveled t4ie road! would say that it
vicinity of St. Augustine, it is discovered a-s evidently suj poM-d, and possession of subject them to
ads ut 1,(>00 feet long, through which the company of the young; men who are I stormhere there is from one to three''feetof that :I1 balance of 2VJ: "till would be well worth the: exp>ensc. It isis anyone
was
the fish |>o.s!> under the proper conditions have resulted been in destroyed. anti My |personaleffort convicting I demonstrative in their alTeetioiis, us !i'I water on these back land, causing to the association The matter coming was referred :' i worse than a pity-it is a sin-that a prosecution. Ii r_
arresting 1
of wind, and stage! of water well as t.hllbeho drink intoxicants or.I & the canal to overflow its Lank, '! to the finance road! SO> beautiful by nature and so rich
the violators of the -law. even afteran committee II|
Recognizing the importance of protecting I'I smoke eigarets, huh prompts an ciu-j I I there is nothing to prevent a I..riudic-al I ill IlOoSbiJif! -houl uwlc\Ioped>l1 Trl City League Elects Officers. f
taken at cost to the \vssor George F. Smith
appeal was no rtpvrted
the fish, legislative action has I brjo local poet: t<> thus advise; || flood in the vicinity of \ulUMa avenue j jj and \JntrJ\'e1o't1.) I The Citizens' Ii
of
the valuation of I League Daytona Sea-
state. The rivers on the East Coast property in tho city as ,
bean taken to protect the waters of the i j I So don't love the girls too hard. I I and First street, such as we had in the ; I breeze
abound in had as the result of the last half dozen follows: Heal estate, S 1f'J 1,410; j personal -- ---- and Daytona Beach convened j
the North Or you and they' can never be >ar Mosquito lagoon Indian j
planting under my super isbn at no !i .roput. $1 IS.'),;:V>-making. the Betrayed His Trust. at the city hall on Friday of last week
river, Spruce creek and Tomoka" riverfront The man who smokes the igaret || The First street district bin! much : and
cost to the state for either priceor transportation I I total 1 as 'sJuatiOIl of the city : was called to order by the presidentpro
the degradations of the violators 'an never get a s>]uetze, you bet; ,i lower than the bark lands, form a rese-1; Isaa tt illiains, erne of tin county tern R. L. Smith. After i
aggregating five cars and I $1,2,1Ij( The report was referred to some routine (
tlf the law, with theirdisastrous methods The man who chew: !' the nasty" plug voirfortle, water from that section, I Imrtting n\'i..t" employed on the row work on
work
15,000.000 fry. The result of the I the finance committee and at the next the election of officers was "I I
nf destruction, the seine and the gill Will in our parlors: gut no hug; and the rainfall on the First and :Second I the (peninsula, escaped laotIonday proceeded with.
bined effort of John G Huge, ('(' l'Om-1 I the council will II ktcrmine. the : y
net. has this been The man who dunks. the purple nine street distrie :ulldtrlhue flow waters: morning and l at this writing is !still at
Only
partially ac- lit'l If 1 I C. F. Burgman, the nominee for
of the Florida fish commission, and millage! to '\ieel for raising revenue secretary -
Can his mine I .f the I II t 'large. He was serving' as a"trusty"andhurl
canal
never to ( inundaI
glue lips
mplished in the I ; causes frequent asked
n. ; most remote section self its chairman has demonstrateditself The street Committee rrl'ortfo.l (that;1 to be allowed to withdraw
Haulov as i I The man who sills the lager beer lions This lower section drainage I II beta sent b> the guard for a keg of
near the canal where hit
er at times by the repealing of the sections of I the I.uIU..all built by J K HINI along i : name. giving as his reasons for so
dozens of gill nets are visible on the ,, I i Can never, never dl'wJur ear- district must necessarily have to wait I i water Throwing; away the keg, he doing business which
the banks of the North engagements
its canal 1 "
the the I was <
act creating commission, (>n-
racks being used I So drink nothing stronger than red pup, for the waters on the back land to re-1 : made i his way to the oW hpenctr place, would '
nightly to the great duties and which, by the I I I trary' tt. the ordinance, and Mr Iush'was prevent his: serving much of the c
profit of the compensation Or in our laps J"lu'll never ll!<.p, cede before obtaining relief These where the convicts: are quartered| and (time TV
owners. ordered request was granted and C.
denied by }Ir. Huge who tj remove ttw bulkhead' -
I' way, was I Now. bovt-. tike lucid from this aril t jienodical floods! will continue a> long as there oht.iM'cJtbinlJ to place orcover
Notice is Bre- and the he had I :S. Hitman: was nominated in .)Ir. Bur -
now being given in a never received one penny, while I received '1 filling gland behind; it.I bi convict :
enable I him
get wise the preM nt conditions exist garb to to I '
yard county paper that a bill will be introduced the full amount for each year 1 The building e-ommittee rerouted that : travel without hindrance Marshal man'sstead.
in the next ; ---- From the examination made; we hind it had secured settees etc for the i : There being but one nominee each for
legislature, excepting since 1895, the paltry sum I.r $150 per I city -rwth still has hopes" of locating him f
&: Mosquito lagoon from the provisions year for the two past years Realizing: I' "I he American (hold Cup" Tour. j there are several p-xs.-ibl mtthoda ofmeeting ball so that hereafter t visitor i will .Uaur although Williams hid gouts start, the several offices to be titled, it wa
a
of the statute iL Thisit the situation, and the |>ermauant ("dof comfortable ..eat rooted that their election be made by
now the work the
protecting the importance of to state, The ;WhorH'r. ttelih touring car U'log to the fact that the mal'llbalal l !
is hoped, will not become a law, but I have contributed my time, tAillnetJ'land |Iwlmhwon themeucau touring car good to the City of 11.1)'tol.l:1iIl The city collector was authorized t*> : Dot notified of the <"OOf't's eeseape until acclamation, which was done, with the jl

in its stead a memorial to congress treating postage, prepared my report to the championship it the Onnond-Daytona be ill proportion tn the co>t.,f the' pi:in. ': issue a m'rrbant's lic-ease to tt:. T. Me twtlve li..iir:- aft. r. following result:

Mosquito lagoon a government the gov'ernor-simply doing my duty as : beach in January has been entered in I "'}'I.1n 1-To build reinforced cenfeteretaining adden to transact. a mercantile: business \'ke-I'residt.nt-F.President. M. btnghttaa.Potter.

reservation for all time exempt from the a citizen of the state of Florida, having the..Vmenc gold "up' tour which ito walls along tie! North Canal :, 00 his houseboat The previous: A raveled Letter. I :;secretary C. S. Itieman"

inroads of commercial fishermen, or for neither the hope of recompense nor the \ invade! Europe i m July and l .\uu, 't in I from the railroad to the lIalifax river, council Lad instructed the former col- E. t Harris writes from lIttAVfr.1 The report on the recent entertain.

the taking of fish for sale or shipment.All fear of the misguided individuals poking : a 4000-mile j uurney through France, making all necessarycaatious; and' lector not to issue such a license pend- Colorado" under daVe of meat !given at the armory showed A net

of whatever uature whom i backfilling, the total cost lOr which log the appeal from the decision nf the profit of 513-i.;
appliances save members of the legislature, to andj j
Italvutna. !
lit'rmmy, Belgium +| Tire
I. that he had just received a letter mailed nexi meeting will occur on Friday
only rod and line and cast 'net, which las are indebted for their influence mi 1 I England! I would be approximately $11000. Thw !1.I decree of the mayor'sCurt.. Judge i I to him from Day t"na some time in Deeember / night; March 15

will provide ample fish for consumption \'ing the people of Florida of a'' The number ..f (entries already made method would relieve\ the property west Jone- reversed the action of the mayor'scourt The letter had been ddinre.I''
I of Midway at all seasons and the hence the council: decided then
and -
bj tourists residents.The of order that property
just source revenue in a>;:-ure the success tlf the tour and prom I to 1635 :St'Jutt t, Denver rritd-j A Successful Business .\Ian.I. .
or'' Hidsewood was nothing tl do but issue the !It.'f'b| .
near avenue j >e '
U. S. government awaits theinia- their personal desires, (pecuniary ise to make it an event of great interest divided there to 707 La.-t t 3r
tory of the Florida legislature, and in otherwise: ) might be gratified, and the I, and one of inestimable value in c>]x'ningi I "It has been found from the etamina- -- (.'hiea o, and forwarded from Chicago to 'I Lyrnan, who eucceds J. tt.iulgham .

federal would self-appointed privileges of those SI..I-I;; j ti. n made on the !ground that there ia A PensacoU \ isitor.. in the general merchandisebuaueMua
taking action bring about i, the European markets to ears "f \mer- (.'o. b, :7th Infantry at Havana, t. ba.. North

the same results, at virtually a trifling ing i its. control, the fishing interests of I ican manufacture I rock and sand in the bed "f the cattail' Frank L. M ycs, president and general :, The L. G. Hams who received it, tried Kidgewood avenue,

expense with no chance of failure. Why the state be perpetuated and in so doing ;(' The ears: already entered, besides the The walls; should extend to :t depth ..fat : manager of the lYnsacola Jourra:4l'1 1 I, to get the 1 Havana postmaster to returnit is no taped stranger in to the that business line havingbeen :
same at Delray
the State of Florida should permit a I the efforts of the fish commission be i(Welch, include the Thomas, Pierce, I least two feet Wow the present bed ; was an apptecntivecalleratt&.GaaaetteNews to Daytona: but hi rtfowd to do so, for eleven year Mr L'manhik,

dozen or so individuals to deplete a nursery I neutralized and the commission destroyed Cadillac, Packard Mearns Moore, U I.. This will allow for scour. last: Mcmdty Mr Msyes was on }Ir. Harris sent it to this city with a on aisit to Daytona, became so

; wherein millions of pounds of edible 1 M and Columbi 'ateel rt' nrOrl't'D1f'nt1..d.1 U usKrl 'I his way to :attend the hll'e'tiAg.t the :. letter to the postmaster here explaining plea'>t't1 with the city that he decided to

fishes can be propogated for the use Holding the l position cf honorary fish; !1 .Vineng the individual! entries already and in this way the wills would >I" of rJc.ricJ I'ressvsx.aU -ii which was in the ircunistaces! and "taticg that sM out at Delray ana locate here. He

(.f her citizens, and these sojourners who commissioner for Florida by compliment i,Looked are one from Vancouver, another niimnum Ihukness.I seaiiuo' at Key West th.s week MrI he hard; paid the pontage! 14 a pleasant g ntk Mm and we trust

the winter months seek of the without i rromlbcrta1i" C and a third I "The distance from the riser to the I.1Jes 19 of the onlliaat. ,
sod
pass among us ;; governor, compensation, I 11 I one moat --- --- will J have extended: to him the old palrwage -

ing recreation among the beauties of nature .1 bate preserved the continuity of the I I from Fort de France, Martinique The railroad is 2100! feet. Assuming that !i I forcible writer In Florida journalism Get tbe habit. Bow the Gazette-\eus : of this stteceeefvi stand, Iseether J:

and the natural advantages offered work It remains: for tie put.lieto: de lut of eatnek will l.ij..tw. on M I.)' 13:; there u then 1100 feet on tbe bank: of amid ua..dwr Li. able miii! oJ"I1t and ', Pictorial edit'JA I with u.iKh Ley 1.out lleu.;



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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS Gaf LT#. T
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iJ PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY A young ladies' social circle has been I I ; .. -_ -

recently organized.: The first meetingwas !

T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor held at the home of Miss Iabel'j jHorn.
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> -- -.--- will entertain I
Today Miss Varley
: t the circle at tic Gould cottage on Ocean '
COMPANY
THE GAZETTE-NEWS itreet.

( INCORPORATED ) -
New Counties. I
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Second Class Matter. Marion I it the latest to start the county'
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida :
If
division agitation. this thing keeps .

up the question! of dividing the counties
SUBSCRIPTION RA ns.: will take up considerable:! time& of the

.,-.a : next Legislature. The question is a II i
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One One copy six one months.year .....?==.- :::::=.:::::..::..::=:=:::::::::::=:: : 1 I "live" one in Volusia and Dade and N F, l I T'yy. I
copy ..
One copy three months.. ...-- ..... ...... .. ... ... .. .. .. : quite a number of the other counties are

r considering the matter. Florida is a
RATES.
ADVERTISINO I I
r big slate to have only forty-six counties
DISPLAY ADVERTI:3E: IE\T and where the division of a county will,

Kale per inch: per iusertKMrto regular advertisers-...10 15 tints rents I IRate I be for the the best interests vf the l people JA11ONALJ
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per inch per insertion for less than three :.10 cent affected it !should always lx I divid.tl.Pensacola .
... ...
insertion
insertion for single
Rate per inch per :; Journal I
READING NOTICES OR LOCALS. .

line each insertion.-.. _,__.._...10 rents
: Rate per ItATES FOR -CHURCHES. LODGES ETC. Annual Meeting of the F. E. C. A. A. (y\ CIGAR STANDS

All club, society organization lodge and church notices each. Resolution other than religious, 5 cents The annual meeting of the Florida
SO rents
: services 5 cents per line. Cards of thanks F.i: t Coast Automobile Association will

per line. Legal advertising at legal rates.GENERAL be held next: Tuesday at the club houseon _
PROVISIONS.No L\\
the beach, at which time the annual
for display advertising of .ny kind Ire than oO cvuu.Good
single charge advertisement. extra charge( 2 rent* JUT inch else ti.in of olficers will take place.

will, be made position for ads given with every specified positions. No pecid position! finn nil ails After the transaction of business and The World's Greatest

leas than five inches. the eke tion of otlicers a supper will betendered
", No advertisements the first page. to members of the club tickets I
geof mme
display vertl-ement containing an: .i\' r
NExtra charge made on for which will be $1.50. The secretary Cigar Outlet
than 30 words to the inch.
All bills payable on the first of each month. has sent out blanks to members so'J
I __ __ :. ,. be made Stands each
National
can ;
I that proper arrangements more th.ll: tuo thousand Cigar resent

SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1907. a.. to the number to be entertained. THERE (:( /, .:!enterprise owned and conducted by a local but

f *: with all their buying power concentrated into one tremendous co-operative

1 ...........N..N.......N 5r whole,two thousand; stores that buy as one, yet sell individually and independently
...................... 1I i Itt'I.I.. :0:. Ital! |,T. prr''-i'tiaa' "Her.. will 3 u

Ii I it"- here from Mi.m.l.: Mr "ill preach I.HOTEL ARRIVALS II IITUE y ? This is the greatest retail cigar outlet on earth, and consequently the greatest
SEABREEZE and I Saturday afuniouu at four o'tlmk and tobacco business.
| of
i Ii purchasing power ever known in the history the
II again :Sunday tvtpiug at lIe usual hour What this concentration of buying can accomplish by its huge operations, its

: DAYTONA BEACH: I after which the Holy Communion will STILLMAN:; -William Ellis. cost-reducing methods and its straight-line distribution from producer to consumer -

-I, be administered. I Samuel .IUit.: Providence; Thos. G. )Ic.I 'M ; i L* trill evidenced m

!..tl.tl..t11t1.III...t111..t1.1 The new cement: steps aud tementwalk I I I Gum TV. .\. McGuiu, Fall River. Mass -

Seabreeze, Match Speaking of the I which bas been completed in frontof G. N. Pope, Plainfield; H. S. Hall -

productiveness of peninsula, soil, A. the church property adds much to its ; Brooklyn; E. V. Palmquist, Knoxville: CUBAROMAJl

progressive horticulturist and i appearance. i \V. D. Talboi, IteWitt. Iowa; Mr and I
a
Ayers
of the
here brought with him I The J. N. Gamble Chapter I Mrs. S. H. Wilson, Miss Blanche Wilson.Linesvillc .
owner
property from Lansing, Mich., whenhe I Epworth League will give a benefit I Pa.; :Mr. and :Mrs. J..lInilll.: *.
to Seabreeze the : Clear Havana Cigar at 5c.
last November a number of I for the League Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. S. .\ Bunlctte, Baltimore

strawberry came slips which he set out in his : parsonage. Ice cream and cake will be I G. \V. Campbell and wifeenia, III This cigar is of a quality that has never before been bought by the smokerfor

garden. These plants have been furnishing sold and I a musical and literary programWill '' Dr. J. Kant ChicagoV.. \\' \\''.-h ille less than 3 for :!5c. '1 he saving of 3c. on each cigar is merely the saving of
: .. the "C the 111"':&'
the family table with fine, l nrious add t enjoyment :I,. and wife GfW'nhllro.GIIAXI : two or thu-e intermediate profits which the National Stands, by producing their

berries. sion. IKHIwiied for own ti;.ars, have eliminated ; .plus much saving in rent and selling expense
The mulberries on the peninsula are The | ar;;"tia e L. I <<: : ) \TLANTIO-\lr: : I....gnr ;- '1 his saving is shown with equal effect in all the cigars sold by National

ripening about three weeks in advanceof electricity.The III. P. C.ix, New York City; :Mr and\ Mr Stand Among them arc :
annual Je -ti..ii of iflier of theIndies'Aid t4
big < J. II: :S.; 'ovilleMr. and Mr. tt II t
the usual season, and promises a I nod
Seed aral as."
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society will take place at Youngshtitbula; J. t1'. Uo..lf..r.l. It', is Black and White : acct il," raV f"rxC 5c
I
crop.Mr.. Ilrainard Jr., mother and two their regular meeting this afternoon at wifnand luby 1.an..ingIr.; : and l Mr: : College Days t :ff:: st iptl.* 6 for 25c

('bild \\'i11leAve for their home in Masachusetta the pai-yonae :\. G. C. tfuay, ,\. (;. ('. Quay Jr MLE. .. A IUUI.UM domestic I 'tJeientlnl; 7 for 25c
Adad :
fur his ne\t t
\
Kirk wilt take topic
about the middle oC this Rev. i I). Kifizie, Miss llMl.er: Quay, !'iLiII i mprrivf
Sunday "Why Is the Bible Xutleatl1"The : 1 Castle Fiue.iWriunuuUKar.ioc.quaiuy! 6c
month, Mr. Dr inard'8 presence being:: I burg; .\. \\\iolley and \\ ir"II'I.\\:1u', Stirling :

necessitated there on business uiattPts.The congregation: at the M.enjojed I:. E'huf'hSund:1Y lU-v.: .\. T 11.11 l MontRomerv.A: ; (i. O!m,h:...I kl La lde lia : Cb (ktratuu" '' 3 for 25c. and up

health of Mr.[ Brainard, Sr., not permitting : morning greatly I' (Ilt-s lhiinrsMrs." ; I'. T. Unl, Miry I I. "I'L.trl I 1 t1.
the risk of u "down east'1March Kirk's; fiiie diiooiir and :Mrs.rtishiiian'isinging :Hits .\. J. l.'iKxll: "'",11:11I01 It il"' a Motional ClgarStand unless the N llotulJ': Embl.m bill the windowCLAPP'S
words and 1 music to wlidll
he will remain here with his brother ; the :\I.a.i.rlhur; I D. Mt"I..r. fitLslxirgMrs. '
are solo were her own f..rn".iti..n.| I K M. II. O I-l.iiimu.tI'.rral
about a month longer. They Mcmining: ,
The Seaside\ Inn entertained with a .
: i
occupying the Dick Haney culture on Mfnirning. Windsor, UnTaiio. II
f .luoTuewlay evening. Twelvetables :
Pinewood avenue, purchased bv them game I N. BurhamsYrLl'lL.f: \; Jaiu-.> l u -\llcTarrjtown -
urche.tradiscoursed ,
were set. A full-pi-1 r
1- last ; I H.l'f'l1tf'r:; :aril l Wifr I'"

Last year.Saturday morning a picnic patty sweet miit-iV. l'lefourprizee ] lumlmx, Ohio; ll.-rm.in Uilln-i.:;, J.'.

consisting of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Uuck- offered were won by the following: Mrs. seph, :Mich.; I:. II. :M<'Int.vie :net l uif..

land, Mr. Mallory and family and Mr. !, H. F. :'itfwirt.I..ly', lir-t prize, sterlingsileernrangeknife '. Miss Lillian Md r iinn' I I': G.<< :\1, tllut.n.. PHARMACY
Mr.. T. \. .
aud Mrs. Robinson drove out to the' ; Rlllith'I' New (':,-<;tll', In.l M. I.. I I.'OM-. II.1: tt.
second fine :.... ,;.- ; ,
lady's prize
Mallory: orange grove for a, day in the inond; JV.. Milliard. Pulatk.i; :S. SOUTH BEACH STREET.
Mr. first prize, alligator
woods. During the down pour that Horn gentleman's II <<< !into and wife, Mi>s M. I 1': ltdy. :N-w .
II. .\. Ainsworth,
lasted several hours they took refuse in cigar cave; :\11lC'JrJ11I...; I.'. H, Coll.Kl.iy. I'hiU

and had the Cf' Uemm'lI second irialligator skin I :Sam M JLtk"'I\i11. 11'mi -- -- --- -.
a imall house on the farm, : delphia; >ers, ; -- --- -- --- -
merriest time possible; made coffee and coin Jlur"t" I I Fitz Simmons, Moiitgonur: : Win 'I'I IMCHMIDT'S .... .* .. **** *** *** *** ** **"'*.* /...............................INNN. .....1..11.
The hotel 1 is full to o\erH..witi2::; the k #
had. generous luncheon. Later when Seaside Inn cottages! are all taken, and -hiPI'uJ;; Ihltilll"ff' ; : SCHMIDT'S VILLA
the rain ceased and the sun came out, House j jt
if it were not for the daily outgoing : The White j r
they had a pleasant drive home. guests it would not t>e possible to make \II.L\-lt.D.: Gather: : DAYTONA FLORIDA,
The ladies of the high school Jacksonville\ Franklin Deidiick-t) MKSM.
,
young ; situated the bank of the
for the heavy daily arm'als. t Tim c-nniforuMe and bom -likc house in no
department have organized a lawn tennis room Mr. and Mrs. James O-born, who have : II hinge, Philadelphia; Mis :\l.I' E. L Howard Prop. Daytona Beach. : beautiful Halifax River one mile from the Atlantic Ocean and enjoys th,
club and will soon have a court. Hin&lierger; West Point; ('. I). Indis, '' : t health-giving breezes that are so common here. The view commanded It i ii.f
addi- spent fourteen winters here, and have .-... : .. Iourf'UI."o beauty. The house is furnished throughout in acomfortabljUK
The new lot just purchased as S. V. Hough, DeLand; Sam T. H lg'-s; ng
had the Johnson collar on the beach: lie t | adequate manner. It has fifty rooms, single, en-suite or with ball
the : :
leveled l the Atlantic n <>n
tional school property will soon be Boston. . T. Wc-hr iF. Howard, J :situati'd, "ii high l.ui'l uvfilcifikina
this winter lellof..r their home in / The hipping apartments are large airy and nearly all hare a southern r
and given to the I toys for a baseball Dana, Ind., Sunda)'. F. N. Stucky :In.1iff'l Miss( M.uie ; J CM-I, an1 1 II mU-.l ,l.v_ tinItiiud; ) Halifax liver: rill the vvst, there are : I I : sunny exjioMire.

ground. Mr. and )IN. Solomon (',,:\, regular Stucky Cha-. Fnborhaa-r alldr ife, I J fA' |,1'a.alllf'1" >tr nion delithtfnl, I'/\I''S/ ill which t' s|>onil the : I :j The parlors! smoking rooms ;and reading rooms otter every comforts
The juniors of the high school' have Miss Clara Fribeihau, PitUburg.: s city home. The dining hall has a beating rapacity of one hundred at
German winter visitor;, are here pending| sometime J vvintoi! nniuththan, tin- \VlntcIlonv.. D.ivton.i.& IVwh: Kb TlicJ : :k twenty and is second to no resort hotel in the South. The cuisine .i

elected to take up the study of on the bea<.h. W. W. Taylor, wife and (child Toronto.; '' i-liibliuiii.f ,ilicH'I ri'l.i t.I.t! ( '"..islut iinoliilc' .\.-. "-ialinn i is e w.i.tit l: :j service are admirable, and Schmidt's Villa enjoy an enviable reputati j
.
and French II. T. Wc-ltch. Southern Ixprl'0.:
for these features.
j
important
Mrs. Me Key) and her t\\., harming,, :
Dr. Marsh deli vered a very fine sermon Win. H trues. New YOlk; Mr!'. 15. a rtult, anty :. I ItN Our rates for board and room are $;!..')O per lay and up; spa ial raj
to congregation list Sunday daughters: who hive Ixin I located InDaytona W Howard and : .. ... ... .. ...... j for families on application. Xo other hotel on the East Coast can nt
a large ) moat. of the winter, have removed Taylor Toronto; J. : .. W.. ........ .... .. . . :. the same (ornfoits and advantages for the same outlay of money

afternoon. The new church is i taking to the beach for the mnaimler wife, Brooklyn; Gen: Light, wife and ......NNNNNN.eaoN1..N11.......1.......4. :: HE.NRY SCHMIDT & SON Proprietors.
on. quite a finished appearance.: M. \'. and wife
W. J. of the sra-on.: lays, Dayton; Tureen % Tourists. i '......1111N.1.NNI.1..N.NN.INN.NI.NNN
Thank'lto: the ever generous Marion Ohio; Mrs. Helen l.urrrne.Mrs. ; Attention, :
: and
Mrs. Charles McManus daughter,
Gamble new shades are at all the window A. Cleveland Howard Cd**, :
of Knoxxille.: Tenn are recent arrivalsat Bryan ; f Vii'l .LIII'I-i "I' I hu.u'; > 11 -HI all,! tin.} its Laijitli, !'.iiliu"'ii I : 1".. 11) N N N NNNNt Nmotel
and also thanks to the Clarendon wife and boy :Mrs. 1:. 1.. Grant,Chiago; : '
Inn. Mrs McManus hasspentanumberof and
the Seaside Fir" \atn-tv
_ and its guests a fine, quartered oak at the Inn J. :\. Hilliard. Paltaka; F. I.. May: .. '
seasons
table graces the altar. and feels that otherwise a umtrr would F. L Mays IVnsanil; ;; Wm. lti Dr. S. P. Leland is now so nearly restored Richmond; Mrs. J. C. Taylor, Miss' Tay- .

tolealtb that he expects to take hardly he "'t-lIl'llf'nt.) lor. Master J. W. Tayl..r, ChicopceFalN.\ !I CITY HOTEL.
Aloe
Mr. and Mrs. Littletouwh"ysntlast
charge of the bible class again next Sun : I John McClurg and wife, Pittsburg: II.

day. Dr. Leland has made these bible ;! St. Petersburg winter here and, have: will jut I lie arrived in Daytona from P"wer.and"ife, North Carolina; C. r..1 i I:', thantu-ini4i' i l-oiiiM-ilt'. li\toiri) 1 HOIIM( ) i Florida

lessons deeply interesting to earnest Stetzon and wife Parkf-rsbiirs B: ri
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Beach for the remainder of the sa.son.Dr. : T\t"III\ ttln;' .'irtil llrnm.I-'d Iii-ti'la-- t.u.llEO. ,
thinkers and this announcement will no Fish.J. W. Perkins IVL..nd; 11. I E.I .
McCorkle and wile, who have i
"THE
doubt result in a full class next Sabbath Day, Jacketnvillc.\ FAVORITE"I
the winter att.. Petersburg, are I
spent
day.Mark Mrs.J. here for a fewet.ks., Located i at theBishop i i ( H. :MATTHEWS, Proprietor.
Van Deusen and mother CITY HOTEl.i.: \\nldron. I'

M. Van Deusen, of Bridgeport, Conn., cottajr.:, Brookljn \. \'.; P. M. Pilktt, iJe.: git; N..........................N...NI................ : III I OPEN for the SEASON 1006-07 UNDER MANAOEME

have taken rooms at the Abercrombie Mris Charles Ik>(I.en and little gut and I I. Edgar (;'llrit-h. Oak Hilllfred; Claik.P. **** ****.******** ********* *********************-***** -

cottage on Valley street. mother Mrs. Hick, after a stay of two 1, H. Plummcr J. H. Carr Baltimore; I L. M. Waite, Owner and Propriet

Mrs. D. II. Phillips and her charming months, have gone to Sanford. .
M. Crouch Kansas: Dilphos Wilson PI I }
daughter, Miss Nellie who have hetn: Mr. and Mrs.11'olford and little ilauhi.: ] ). Parker, Henry Sargent; MoruU; II. Palmetto House. NNNN..............................

spending the winter at Clearwater, are ter, of Lansing, :Mich., have arrived E.: Clark, Evanville. Ind.; M.: P. Norton x I :111NN...................

expected arrive here coon for a from Miami, whtie they have bn H. W. Porter Connntic.ut o D.Flojd.Oilando. !
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month's stay. the winter and arc located in : Well Known and Popular. "
sending ; H. F. Robidere, II. 11. i THE PINES

Mr. and Mrs. Jones, children and sera! one of the Hublxl cottages Mr. and Waters, G. \\entworth, J. II. [HIM*. C HUM looking i tllc'. I.,'"uti rill Halifax i Kiu-r, I 1 ,

rants arrived from Louisville, Ky., last Mrs. Wolford scent tart winter mS 'abreezc. I Jacksonville; J. Cohen, Miami: Z. \'. t .\ New house With All Mixlern Conveuienc-eo, ,

..'.. Saturday and are now occupying Mrs. f Banoreylh, Ncwbcrne, N. ('.; G. A. llaMltlne. : I )aytollJ.; .\ hniti .like and coinfortalilc,} : \N'OmIMlatf'r fI! cl.I $..5't! a day and up. Special hy l week o I)

Wilmans-Post's residence on the river The following guests lIe included m / Florida! ; William IWsjth! New i An attnulive lion!e with large? nnd airy rooms, hot and ..I,

front. ''the i recent arrival- at the White Hou(e: Smyrna: W. V Carter Port Orange; J. : ill Ill st'. 1' 1 i's!\t-Mass in all rt'S1)1: .rI 'i. il rfiroiifth/ the house sulphur or soft water bath, electric light

Miss Lemke who spent the early part. Mrs. W..t. Mcrntt and, Miss Lizzie Mer- 11. Allen, Halifax River Yacht Club: U.J. I 1 i lent\\'Ido'and telephone'. Some of the pleasant features of The I'm
reraniasarcl flu Roof
of the season here, has returned from I I rift, North Situate Ma!:s.. Dluard r.lJdan.1. Morgan, : S. Fisher New York; I.. \\'. ; lite eonntry river anti (iariVn.lHrejon can have a h:
1 ocean Th l's; in
: ** nituated on !'cith K
Palm Beach and is located in It. T. Taunl, Mas.; H. L lK>ugla.., Cincinnati; .\. Sauratcr. Philadelphia'Palmer l the highest avenue in Pn.rtora Room -
W..Ith..urtILntL I.. M. Iett ."\'- C. 0. CHAMBERLAIN PROPRIETOR i "intIP;: or en suite v. ,Hi I
Butler's cottage on Ocean Boulevard.Mrs. Corsicana, Texa..,Mr -. .\. 15. Mtlxnagun : out private hath.I _
: Richmond; James: P. :Majea, Jrrv ; .#..+rMrt....si..ostal><" i 1m." t1+r+Nr/ "#ik1" ""/Xs1tN !i
and Milwaukee \Vi i F toneandwife ori.N
Tutle and little Ruth FROM
daughter, ton > : City: John V. Coklough, uly. It. I.I: I NOVKMItKIl: 15 TO WAY: I

who have been here for a short time, I Providence, R. I I.; WV Rarloti' Otis, Boston.: W.)1. 1IJ'ka..by.1"11': :.1......N.N......1..NII N.NIN1N.NNI.1N1NN .1'I AIRS. J. B. HINSKY )
leave today for their home in Detroit. and wife, Fargo, N. D. I tana; George Light and sons! L It.hey Proprietress.
nolds, Daytona Ohio; J. R. Ellison: : :ht3 South )ti.IJll'"uo.1 l .\venUt"
Mrs Ilortcnse Jordan of Lynn Mass., Iri. Brown and \\iff'1;,. havt had I. Ponce PatE.\ : C. Vaughnint!; .tn- The i................. D.tYTOX.'i" :
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I Stillman 4 ...................
who has been spending than inter litre rooms at the Branch hour. It ft v. -t< r- Salem: ; J. \\ Dietrich I Carthage :Mo. = _
[ and Mrs. .\. E; :.b./I. J RTurrentine. t:. 'I Ii I. -
Mr.
left for St. Augustine the latter pan of day on the northbound train. I .! Nashville, Tt-nn.city.11. J +. ...+....N1.iINNI..11INNN NNN.

lat week. Mr. and Mrs. Turner of Avery, Ohio, Hulsey, I:. A. Martin J. S. I.afilL.. U u.l! ,y ,t, >' !. i I IV "._ n t.llirt,111.1, M.iirrmi'., AIIU I- I :

Robt. S Wilson and wife, of Toronto are sending some time on the bt a\'h.1.I Ware S. H. H r>[ 'rsctt, A. L.Licklid-1.I
?I J. B Courey, Jaoksonville.: F.I.:. Dun- Now Open for the Season of Ii The Ivy Lane I
i'anada, are visiting G. I.. and )11"'.;. Kar Mr. Turner who i- a good fisherman, I. i 1906-7.
.
away E. A. :>Sullivan: New t rle.in'. 1 H.i
tell on Valley street. t has just returned from a trip to Miami I : i II. S. B.ub and wife, pokane, Wa>.h \II.-, .. I tKi-uh'i::" H"fI"\I.1( Vw:, Furni-liin;::-*. Mrutt>iii'ti ...
The Misses Jute, of Pitttsburg, who where he has had some fine !sport. W. \\ Peruble. X. O )1.11t'"ltn..Ir. Jo,. : : I IJilllIll'ttostl'l.
have been occupying the Bernard cottage \ Rev. Mcete. of Mansfield, Ditto who ,I Dawson New \.>rk: Paul )1"all"fI.! \t : lab-" I:. .!.| .->(f. it\: ttttiti'H.i!|, \ortlw-rii .',H.J" nirf t.and Ivy Laiu,
lanta F :M Ke\noM Mr-. \. D.
oa Ocean Boulevard, will leave for I has been in the city for "t'nralf't'1..-. Towle, nurse-and three cLildrm. Pro\i- : l deduced I Rates for December: and January. il OPEN DECEMBER 1 1.In I.I 1.

home the latter part of the month. I left for the north several d.L vsmce.. thence R. I. : W. O. Rurtoii 2.tvaiinali:: I

1v General > has \\ P. 1 in-ken. Oran..e t.itv; I. I 1'. DWIGHT R. I the success<< of iu Brat
R. Phillips returned last week from ( rr, of Pi'1uaOlli'1.h.1 linrppeBlake; I. S. MilkrCin' <'iniiatiGeorge I i STILLMAN\ Proprietor. soason this house pn ,t J.

Vermont accompanied by his nephew.Mrs. I I been a suitor here, left for Miami a few w Bunnerman: Bro klvn N 1. : to please: and satisfy those who desire l eIeJan.e'I h .

L. Z. Burdick will leave for DC- I Jai .infE' A. M. Wing Bayard. Pla.. (Charh-i I' !. !!..!... N..!.1N'1 NINN IN..NN.NN.N/NNINIS I. and conveniencesMRS..
I Richmond. F. F R. '
land tomorrow to spend a week with peaking) of the :general: health the Winston. : <- .
I lial, Jersey City; HIl..t'r! Brown ai ,n Niagara Hydraulic
her daughter-Mi&s Grace, who i- a .indent : peninsula Dr. Il-ch says it was never) .. Engine ]
I LiRC. li II. Cantrcll, St. f. uis; L'J I Rinsoti -t ; FOLTZ Proprietor
at Stetson University! !I better and that there is abx.>lutfl> ra.. :New Smjrna; W T. Moore. 11. rid) IfJivfi wain' in\ ;il.'iin t I" [I.inllt vviflmi j ,
: truth in the report* that we hear <.verami 'I' an*.rim are lmg circulated by interior Charles Carman Jatksoiiville, H \\ .a. mal J I the source. It reqnirPi viliiuy/ no alien- ................ ..44...1.4....

Daytona Beach, March Quarterly towns as to the many cases of typhoid Hamilton Da>ton Ihi.): Frank i'.ham-: thou not11 oilinq slid will last for years
!I' hers, Baltimore J. H. Randolph Flow
} Conference of the SI. E. church will" beheld fever in this tUun He says da, C T Johnson, Sta-i-le Inn .\ II I 1f1 L'ruitaeet9tri Clr'taU l 11I JOSEPH OSBORHE? ; Fine Job Printing[Cazette-Ni

. March 1C mid 17, II.t which tiwe i iI L that tl.1101: ease: jf t>'pLoidLe has uu- Walton, l't..iI.ddpLi. U.'t'J:;: DAYTONA,,fLA.



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vj ORANGE COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS Orange.
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t tI Tort Orang', Much( 7 Jack Bailey, March !, ....................... 9:11 !I'J':! : BARNES the Novelty Man t I Ijs i-. f
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I of Bayard was in town \isitin;: rela March 10........................10:19: ..10:1: : i

j tives. March 11..... ..............-11:20::: l1:3.j-
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r yo Mrs. Wirt, niece of Mr. Clark one of March; : 12.... ..................1:10:: ........ :

I Meet the Volusia Board at DeLand and our winter visitors, Mae married in Jacksonville March: 13...... .................12:302: :&! : SELLS EVERYTHING. ,5'i i YsjlI

Road Built last week to Mr. Lllliott.: They Mareh II............. ......... lii:| 1:43. :
t 1 Present This County a arrived here Friday and rented a cottage Marc 1.*............ ......-.... Z.0:: 2:2i" I K:'l-ially Stati,'Ill'f)'. Hshiiig Tackle, t'nrkcry, :

feS 1I by Orlando and Sanford.At of Mrs. Fox. We wish them Lappi- March 16............ ........... 2:17; 3:05: ,; : Glassware, Lowiiey's t'hol.'olatt'S, fioureuir Post : r I

Ff I I the meeting Monday( in DeLand of nt'S:!. March 17 ..... ................. 3.3O( 3:42: j i C"Ar.I", TaU iu ? Machines Polls, Toy, awl l V.tkww.BARNES !.i t.

!1 the county nmmissicners road and I Mr. and Mr( Strwart Worthy arrivedU't March is..... ................ 4 : 1 1ill
li bride report ne ubmitted &' follows I- Reek and are jue5t..f the Putt March 19........................ riii ;, lilt : :
cy fp y Orange 1011.[ .... 1 i Manh :0.3I; 5:4.i: r \ -

I District No. :Completion of repairson Frank Sparkman is clearinz:!: hi*lot all-I March( :21........._..._...... f.23 (:35 I- \\ also frame your Pictures, sharpen your Sat\ : I

1l'J Grants City and DcL&nd road. I joining his residence. ., March 22. 7:17 7..TO Knives, S-isM>ro(. lawn Mowers, Ktc.: and l will : F

Hi-trirt.: No. :3-l5cbuildinlK-cp; creek :tral1f'rrj." are '|uito plentiful at : March): 2t: .::::::::=:::::=.:=: X:17: s 30Marrh 15 n'l[\ ir ;almost nnytliiu"; tliat i> out .< >.f wli.uk. _. :r

'bridge .n Uirbrrvill road and :jcnrralrepair : I twenty-five eeot.i' 'r <|iiirt.Jlr ) : 21.. .. .... JU: 'J '*1 '

= *. Fair entertained 1 the M'lflar. of i' Mardi 23.-.......111.13 lu:: ."'. : In. lacl for Any Want Remember 5. j t

dh 1 !H>trii.t XII.I-CViuipletion of rrpairttuikoit I her n">m ::. tun lay rMiiiuj ( :M.ireh .V..........................IIINI I ll J"M.irvli : .'

C S Duytona and 1'vit t Orani% !l.progrcts I Two M..riun I riJi: were in town Saturday Ii I- I :.!7..I 11:17: I .. :' ;

O 1 I ou Onuoud road and ) -ft'I".1 i and |>reahed lit the town lull.On March :2S........................I2.; .C W; 12: :it : : BARNES I: .9
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'L' d at work on llt'nilU'ula road. '' account i>f the doting: vf the Holly March IV .......................1Is: 1:13: : : ,

The clerk was instructed to issue I''I Hill h.OI. MUs M.iude Milburu( if March 30....................... 1:31: 1 '.50 THE NOVELTY MAN. :

licen:! to sundry persons: for carrying spending the week at homo.Mr I March 31....................... 2:15 ..' M I'' : t4 ,

Four Sailings Each Week weapons: on approved bonds. I !?. \ uzl\ut. of ieland i i.< visitingher 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. : I .
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Notary bondj of G. A. Dimick L'gford I sister this week. I I'lloxK ::ttt.ISIS1 : !
BTtVEENJACKSONVILLE: Lily und! W. B. I'ollot were Mr. Nelson, Columbus, C'hi.,. l.. aguest A Bargain at Corona. ; : .t

and NEW YORK. Pension claim of J.itie apprond'i. of the fort Orange Hou e. t!I I :Situated on north side of stn-el extl'l'1 i iI I .I.ISISI.1.ISISISISISRSI.I.1.u.ISI.I.ISI.ISI.I: ,

Calling: Ch.iik-.ston |:. C., I..tli l way*. approved. Miss I'nimerie: and l two brothers l I. ft ;i ins from New Smyrna bridge to ocean, .

TILE FINEST: : STEAMSIII1V( Tin C'\ TWII.'It: :( \ irr.Clyde ( :. The clerk was tructi-d to procure a' Monday( for their home. i 13,113 ft and fronting 100 feet on river (l.sl.: )u4'i'. ........... uudo..ltr.rrey.ma: ,:. AX, .J.XY'X; !\!; 1iY j
justice docket for District No. 10. William Johnson returned to Miami
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and beach sub-divides into .
New England and Southern Lines. Petition of J. W. Englishforrcbatein Thursday.I 1, lots;ocean three furnished; houses on property, I. ; JJ.C.BUTLER I REAL I : :

I I'JOi'i tax WM laid on the table. *. Mr" Daniel came home from I )range: :! now netting owner 7 flCtI''n t. ('oro.1 !l I
HlfiIcri1Itln: : : i: uirrwr.KX: : : ESTATE.
Petition of John \'an'aJzah for re- I IVwintv. H<* doe* not like it there. na
JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE. I.atp..n I'.nx! ; tax; was referred to Afe>sor and this property i ii 1;' I
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. I --- summer resort Cottages For bale or Rent. Phone 234. :

at I'liark-fMn HotliYas.1 Wilson.I.i2zie. heap! at the price a.L(tl-"0.00i). j I i i :n\"TUX.\ m .\rtt FLORtOA. I
Calling J
Manley wx allowed a rebate of I W. l. 'nlbll, }jiroprielor of the rW or address Daytona Peal K>tlfl' !; ;i; ....'.......,!'. .. ......i.i i'r;'!' i' "..!x !J@j.'.)i'j(.).. ;.-. i'.i\i'i(..:. )
SEMIWEEKLY SAIU (jS. $<>
Southbound .. .. . . . . . From Lewis'Vliarf.. :G..Hm C. E. Hibbard was granted a rebate of left on Monday for Philadelphia. i I j
Northbound . .... . . .. .Fn>:n foot Catherine Ir'I. .larl ".r".illl'. $100 in valuation on 190G tax. Mr. Lyndall was accompanied! l by ......... .........4..............4..4............4.. '

-- Lillian N. Haynes was granted a rebate -I his lamil). They expect to returnto -What is Lily Water? Call:1t : .:"tllb",be I -ea- III' "rlt ae arf nighl-Macblnery: the Rail 2 1" 1

of 700 in valuation: on 1900 u. Daytona next fall. the electric: light plant. ; ;

CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE, I Ether: : Carpenter was granted a rebateof I __.__ ______u_ __'_ ----- --- -- ---- : 1? 1c5- /1 t. Stationery and i }
Between JacKsonville and Sanford, $700 in valuation on 1006 tax. i I II' k ....................... t-** ************************** : I Portable Engines : ,

II. M. Day was granted a rebate: of ; I IOverlooking ...
P+STOPPING AT P.I.TK.STon., BKRESFOIID. (DicLAMO) and Intenm-diat I'| $1000 in valuation on 1'JOfi tax. iI i :. THE AUSTIN. : and Boilers, : I I

landings on ST. JOHNS RIVER I II. II. Strother rebateof -, ;: SAWMILLS, THRESHERS. 'j I f f:71
was granted a Halifax Iliver.: ) Florida
the iMytona.
Steamers 'City of Jacksonville' and "Pred'k DeBary"are I 5200 in valuation on ll or; ta'(. : : -: '. .- musT :HILLS. SHINGLE : 'I .'

appointed to sail as follows: Lean JurL.tloD'illtlally except! Saturday*. Mrs. S S. Davis teas granted= an bate ; : 1 lIllkl J I I.Akr.I.ST( ;) HOTIil.l I IN TilL i : CITY. .. lacbinery:MACHINES and ind lilt all kimli Suprl'e el .. ttt

'3o: po tu. Returning, leave Sanford, daily except Sunday. at ''::;i0> a. in. of $:"1.10 in Valuation on 1 191HV tax. : : A New; Hoiisv. Witli All M'Nl-rn Itupl utrnwnte, Sit-uiu' H"-at.-.l : ql. ? 1 (" '::Ipl..t, ltal"gin. Ri can save you money. :

...I.S..d 'SCHEDULE 1-o.:!CM1- T. M. and line Adams wrre srantrd:: W. \V. AUSTIN, Proprietor. !
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Ith Street. I
ATLANTA UEOWIIA.
S:43p10t. .. I'alatkv U-a\e: N4Hin | Criminal Court bill- \\rrc approvedi t n ,
:: 8:00: 8 tni;::::::::.::::::::::: :::::::.Astor. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,. 8:1) p: mt i for $.'31.71. I NNMNMNNN................f N.Ne.e NNI ...................... ............................S

t L................ .....IVresford (IVl'uui............ ............ l.0pin! j The auditor's rejmrt lor I'.tot; \\.t> approttrl. -
Arrive 8:30amL.__........... ._.. .....iauford; ............ ..................... !1::"Ouin I.I I.
.. 10OOam __.__ __.._Enterpritw.-: m" 10 CHI nen
I Atlantic Coast Line.
: : : : The agricultural: statMio for lytHi I II .- .. : t
PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE 122 WEST. BAY ST. JACKSOSVILLE.I- | were approved, when the l.'"rd I ads.1I I I .
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i A. C. HAGERTY, G. E. P. A .'. IRONMONGER.: Jit- .\. N J. P. .\. j j >urn -d till Tuesday. DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY -
Pier 36 N. R New York. Jacksonville, Fla. j On Tuesday the l hoard examined: and I I ,
[ O. II. TAYLOR. Paw. Traffic MKr. l''. C. IJROWN, (Sen'l. Pa-. A t.Itraneh I approved tho re|.>rt of thf treistirrr for i
Otti'.. ilMl' I'.roadwaj. New York.
!" D. JONES, T. F. A. I.. S. SCRORLE. U. .\. | the month of February.Fi.h 1 FAMOUS\ TRAINS
and Came: Warden! Urouke waalloueil I
ukionvllle. Fla. ...-+bnrl. Fla. WILLOW DALEWHISKEY
V.O.000I'ERJn.F..l. CLVLiE1111.\IiiJF..I.: I a oal.t"r
Jaeksonvllle. Fla. l'ier1(; N. R., XewJYork: ; one-half of the fine* on all con\icti''n>' I !
C. I'. Lun I.I.. AKeiit JaekiionTilK; Fla.
: reM' ted by Itiul.Miatdlaneous !if New York and Florida Special

bills against the <-< t f

r were examined: and appniwd : I.rIN* .!H<.ks.>iivill<- .Lntyrx.f|>t Sun-lay: -':-dla.In for all I .tn' I

Florida East Coast Railway (ees taken. .lIIlt.I' |I''int.l'l.t S.l'fl I'lllllllilll.. : If w

Oil) reassembling the VOIIM.| :

Local Tic Cud No. N. InEffcct Jugs, 1, I W7. huarlll.C eominisMoners awl a eomuntt.etre.m ,

SOCTIlMMJND-ftEAD DOWN. NORTHBOUND-V t P.Coidetsed the Ik-Land 1'usines.t Ieupiuwil I- Chicago and Florida Limited I

.. .. omen the hoard of 'I'lIImi."i..llf'r... from II
.z- a a a a3 F..7 No. 7 Mo. f Vu. aD.11y ( {
Dolly Dolly Dolly ..TA'IJO Daly Dally Ai&Uy Dally Oran ,' "l\IlIt t"bf'tlll'rith a dehgation / :: : EXPRESS j
. ii. M is N A B w B 1sI : ( ), Ilailc,'. Solid -stiliiil.-, Ieavinr.larkvennyijle9ii;" : ;i III inn
,_ ..._ I f eitirn-frouehlualn and :'::11t-i! 4 rULL$985
4' 6 L. Ja.tsa.,1U..Ar 7 7 7 634ur <> Ciwuli this flli" also.iliiuui .
1' 1 __6uatlJaeisonyWi..J., 7 7 I".iul".f. "n
9 Sum 6 10 11 _.._SL Anau.ine.........' 0 6 41 6 7 auil font.li PREPAID[
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Saunp 6 ti j ei111iau Ileniy l IJi..J..II..r i the Oi1 -
I.1!. S 11 / Lv.Y&.t Pata r. 6 6 6 0 lbwls' : ttatl i'-fi in-l 1 all .1.lail.1! I inr iii.iin Srn l $!.M anti will ship in a plain
7 f31 To uui 1 ange c'uunt'III.ml.l :awlIr.l : C 'NYjil; foi Fur late, ii-v >> < us W c you
to Ar p 4 6 four.full
uh marks to slaw contents,
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1 _4 Il 1 9 L. ._ "..ti. I'tJatt 7 CU 7 CrW 6 tAi 6 !At I the citizens of Orlando and allf..r.I.1. w iitf or all case no .
qu mite of WILLOW DALE RYE, express: prepaid.Try
il" 7 12 1r S.n ateo l then prcM-ntetl to YoluM.-i i.iiinty) .111't! it if don't find it all right. and the
1 7 7 isw L.S.o Mateo_...._Ar 7 7 7 4 a aced yon
, 1 i' _.... Lr BU.nel r 4 4 and l or.e-<|uarter miles ..f I''al ulueh I l onPRANK' lst iou e\T tistcil M-ml 1 it Kirk to us at our rx>
7 1: '__DupouL 4I 4S l i C. BOYLSTON l"n"C' cud ymr f.S5! will 1>e I'rorajitly refunded.
had been built in Vulusia eounty
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It lu+e __ _Ori.ondUolel._. 4 I bu't t-! .1 a fur offernilnil ?
u I ri 4i 12 I;p 11 Ormoiid 1 43 4 11921.4ew USU tween O.steeti and the St. Johnnvei l bythe I : ,
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61x 14.+1 1 it *m D.ytona I / 1 4 4e&I I I PIVM-II 'lil, Atlillltir "niisl< J.IIKKSONVIMJ' Rr- -r we are distiller, so; when yon
M i 1 I$ ._...... fort Ors gs._.__ / 1 i eitiren.s!' of Orlando ind Sanford at : Tu II : fromusreeusate theenornn.ueprc.fitsofCite dealers -
It 2' a 1 sri 11 raw smyroa_ _...L r s 1 1 4 zwIQ i
i I and avoid all dunce of adutt"ratiou. You arehUrt'
a cost of <3,077. i .IA! I r :. 1'1 I ANN
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12Vy .. At__I; ;ltekn r iT 6 it from
of ju..t
our whisky at conies
1 jWM _...._. 4 psr11.___ "_Or.nee Qty___" 12 Sea s l At the re |ue.st of riiuirm.ui 1".1 i getting: "
W 4 _OranjeUyJOnet_. ll I1 .. .. Hon. James \\'. 1'fiUitit arccptcd the I Imil ................ ...... .......................... t t our distillery, without king Uincretl with in any N(
11 t". 9w 1 l3 Lr ._._aer Smra At 2 { 2 4lai -- W' ''
917.. 21 oak till( 14 21 2a on Iwlialf of tlic c'itizl'u"If \.111-1 ----- If :you jrtir corn ml'.k.v; me will Ken a.a iv irM 2 12b Ar.... .. TiturrlUeLv 1 S _. 1 43aw 3 37w i' four ALLAN SINCLAIRSCORNWHISKEY
sia county, and on motion the l nard fullqiwrtx.f
IO b&4 6 jp 6 Ar ford t 11 8I "SANSARA HALL"Tin ', lor $2.80exiTcssprirwiid. luren't I IT
11 Ly...._... .N.nford Ar 6 i 10 1010.1Thai. uimniniously aeeepteil' (lie ioid for (heeounty. j i .
Lit a latter corn *hisk< > froiii iin>lul l ly else at
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JO 91st' 2 lY 6ei L, Titurnn Ar 1 2 1 T 1AIt I II I I '
11 Coeo* r. 11 1 tiratttifull.ilt. uhiili 11.""n .It.! lturi ,'XI'lIIh..llllllf.h| liinlK'V tin any pri.e.Our I-----
2 11 1 1 3a1i __Itocl led e 1 Z 12 2179 I 1 It was agreed 1 that the YohiM.i diiiiityIxiurd I I 11)1011) a : .' I'' jnt'irnntee of I jicrfett satUf.iction fir money r rj
It 4 kwtislll II 12 I.'iflgcoare.enaide tnT li.ilh t>i.i//a- girt oulb'tildiugextelt.tteGerund- .
eke. You
..._.. 121 4 Yelboarn. 12 12 uould I..rlTlt"kll( of the .-xjMnse j refundedge. .aitttrimshipmentarm
lHI.t| with ernie I'.. >H-il fruit-and fl l.e U a-rnear |".>r.toIir.-, plea| ___ f 1 lIf ___ .,.,.,.. .-ebs.u.n.. ...... 1117 UT) ...... .. the niaintenancf tind emiipletion | I It
145 6 tiL Luclc 11 0S __ 104Iwo in d'- I-.-..ll, -lull"t'-. I'lK-Miinly 1 KINNI'. *! INN> -a ,li. .\|"J.lv -in |IU"-n" ;) dl c.f 1I.lrC".IIII.IIH| 11' t' rt' .un't'S of 3 million dollar
2 1 1 liP "_.. .Poet P1.rc._._ 20 12 10 121W4 IIr the ferry on th.* ulxive ro.ul :In.1l'omlnii..nt't t t'x.1dh?
i ..... ._ 2' / __ "_.......T1bt.llz. 10 8 to U\\r.-r. I 1C: ,'. :M.irlin IIi-\e'.r t.. C1''I'm| L.rlllg<-n" y. !li".t..u. I 1 r Sit IfTCkEEKC( ILI I snr.il t ill I. we say. ..
...._ I ; Itrooke uas given full
2 6 Eden iO 3 9 I MACONGA THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO.
.. 2 1 I Jea n 101 9 4 I c
-___.. 2 14 _._.! '_____SLOarL 10 91. |">wrr tu tlu chat i is neeehsary: after eonferririR II I A FORTUNE TO A LIVE MAN "!W00.J iei9i MACON CA.
..- a 1 7 obiSonnd....... 9 40 9 Up : with the Orange county l..ard..lfterlistening Owner el RrfitUrcd DutilWy No. 29., Swift Cr.tk. C..
7 _We.t Jupltet / 0F from
to proposition 1-1
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...( 4 / e Ar WeePatmise cb _. 6 to u. 1 i to 4w I \\'. 1-: J.'fIUI' lor a hard road from Or- : At riivilt; -, :-'. c'.. "II' ..r lli. nn-t rapid gnwiog'iti.r in tin- S.utli. :!.l.INMI) ..
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Urn 4 1. 6 x *L. calm Be.ch. a 10 a 10 .1 ', ,
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4 :a a i I i "_We.t 181. Ar 1 10 7 10 OIYrII landu to the Iast: Coast the Lard' mull (MophIxtviecii; << Atlanta and t'harlottf: Sniithern Hailrnu'l7: acnwith (j!

... 4 9 BO.tos lelir.rC l journeil to :Man-h 11. C'n-M-ent Mineral ;Spring water i
33 lu OIi r_ ..___.Furt L.nd.rda4........ e 1 I! air dueilling hon"., all within the city limit-, ;...IJuilling'urlll.1II I I lII\"I'r-II' ,:<
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.. _.M_._. 4 51 10 21r _. Danandsle.._.... 8 6 rI I Ll..-kfrottteat! ": valiialilc, -lIto< ... 71 30 4v._... .LemanC7ty13om Holly Hill. in tinS.utJi. I'ti.-- l--r the while'I2IMN' | .,. V IN-.rt: II.." I I. i ut 1 l
7 *41 10 A'R 7 2e: Ar... _. .1. Mt.m1 Lr e I 61 a (1331 opiiH-nt
... 8 is .___(Let MIamL---tlr __. / 01* : n..I..I! I. |1".Iail..r| Cl..ipiii( I dill A;:. ue- '
109fas .. .. Art.. _...nomexead.Lv ." 11 '
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ScWales) Between Jictswrille ud St. 1rgutme.0 Holly Hill. :M.tnli --\If'I: ....'I..r HOTEL OR tSIDENCL SITE 4 t

N.. 23'N.. 29\w 8743* 3110., 37|Yo. a* .. fo. 9 .. lb Middlcton" of l>.itona IV-ae'i, .j.' -nt I i' OI'I.t'! Jnrt M.HI--II. i--nn-i t 1..1. l.ft\\--cn \ ily 1..1"- and 1 tl."- .Ii.:" I., .. \ te' EXPRESS

A D.Iry A Duly A D.n A, Thursday with heri"r, Mr*. <*has.1'arkei. troll fir l Tamilx, Hotel In1.: Auctistme. fnrniiti'ti |J..- ltervatii'ti I In-, \ w ? PREPAIDJ$42O

Da UyN Dy 1)611 r Dtlly It. Hoi.1L r 1 r In.1.J.eltaallle. 'eJIIII'r 'olMnn-tc-l." -I. 1'rne.' <_'..-,c"1'1'1, | | \ I" t I": I H.m"-I tom >i- <. '::.'
.. I 9 11 1 S1 8 1 I 94Sw J.l'.CIt'gg his 1 "cau.1.tlt.. on hi* 1 l'---t-\ I
ArM. AuriixUac.I.TfetAUJU 10 121 2 41 4 6 9 0 10 4b1e Chapiii I".lrrll'I'"y. "i.
-- place lie I( intends to remodel the iMHlse ,
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B B DeiIy B DUIy A D.ny 8 B A The Sing tsar held at the Lone of One of the Best Hotel Bargains in 1 Florida +

Dally Dally b. hi. D.UT jIL hs D.11y Ds117 D.1 D'.U ('h.!-. Wtlllt"rl.1Iutld.IY: evening, owine Sn ti
C9CMI 7' 7 a 1010U111QU ii 111 e 9 i : t.. illnt" at ",. 1\terwn's. I Ii Mll-t I.! ..1'1| ''flu lU ,t.i nut lt.i free with lili-in--- If v.r''I u.ml, m .1 I : i I.' ell .
ArJ.elwalll.._ 7 6 30. / 44 9 12 179ory 71 7 74tU ;
i OM-. Parker and familyent for :II| liotelA Ionl'; ) | ( >\r.: 'tint \\11I1.1""lly; itt< I--IM; in \ilil; -, at site .-\h" oni|.lu" x (tire', I II IDoz.
NOTE A-Trains compos*! eicluslTtly of Pullman or Parlor Can and aitra Mi Ors will be I I wt
ii red. I sail on the river Sunday in hi.m nc\vl I"'t'j j bargain, MoI",,'--- time. Chapiti I :aim .lgeney,0l. :S-utli I'.tiil-lin, l "I"1., >., \\ \I'' y
NOTE B-D r eoMhes operated on these trains on wblcfc no extrt et fim b eharnd.TrklBido s(7tsHf(
not stop at ttaUoni at wblca time lj not itown Mr. 1'arkei is a master hand; at limiting) : Wild: tow "\\ m-r'- .uldi'-S"\ p"-tt!!--- std frill! .1. .111- }e + DELIVERED rot?

J Dally UMlM fluadtj.PGOKSTUI I :old sailing a In>ut. I ; { G

1e D1.riy dq 2a 1l 2"On Jlt-a! Eva Malm was indi> ioMtl the. '' BUSINESS LOT IN ST. AUGUSTINE( .. : $1299
r MATYOBT EBANC13
DIn1 Only Only Da1ty Only Da111 First ft the week but is improving now.i .
'f'\f'r-&II i On :t. l"r.ig; | .OOl..I.\I 'i, PI./. geld I City tl.it.JllvlJU) tent l.rll..I, \ __
1 S J 1010w Lv_...._Juteontlie.__ .._Ar _... 7 i? 6 IDII i L. I I.astinger has Ix-en ill for l
1 I 2 1019*. ,_..... Jecl.onri ls..Ai .... 7 12 6 2SN days, but a well enough now tn return Ito I *S.V) f.tKI' e.t-h .hat! use'- I 1-( .! .-tit! \ppl\ 1..1. I HarKst.. \ugii.stiincitupin -. or'
110 e 11.4 1010 Lv.P.blo li..cb.. .... Lr 0 10* 12 USE' 4 IJe I
1 0 2 40 10 Lv_ ..._AUanuc lleach ...... / 11 4 45pe1 hi.Mtsition| as delivery man fur the | rutin \-.'< II' \ !, CHAS.( BLUM l & COMPANY. t
7 ew 01 3 coM it (Out Ar._.__. W.pe.rL... ... L. / ll 4 *P9 .. 1BUSINESS
Southern Lxpre: s C. ., at Day *a,
AND( OCaiENTAl STEAMS 1P CO' TCTIQKS: ATjMlillC1 Mr-. Edwin: IVter-oti lia 1 beet ill for STANDOn \,1.\1' I' ''-.:. r.ii.Mtn: )


... CtiinKtUii Unit at Miami" with SUamsblps of the P. fc 0. S. S. CI puf. L. the Mr.past Heac|last..K-k few and day wife,. ..( lUilwnilk.were St. Augustine's (Great Thoroughfare Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 Whiskey.

Havana Key West and Nass&u Bahamas. in town Wednexl.iy. J."u\\l1; IK:. JLA.ILBIGTOUR .
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Taw TlB Tablet show the tlmts tt 11 high trains ma, be expected to arrtr bland d.s srt of 1.L..t week \ i..itingit" Mias( i; S-VKHl: - fr..B U. ..rsrt&.Uuo.hottheir rrlTal..r d.parture .t Ute limes MMad li Del fm nnto\- I tel part :
ear U CoBny to U ht td r*",pon itilt fvr any del.'JOr&ll1 ccnaoq-xnoM ulat Uggfrem, Carrie IaLtJct t. who i+ teaching at that !i ij nr Thapin I LUIIIgoII' v. (Kistmi.SOUTHERN .
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For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other"Information |.R-te>l on | ultry rui.-Jng uU a large PINES HOTEL FOR SALE |
TICKET AGENT.
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scale, ahe projK es to go into l I.o.inf>- .
I. D. RAHNER_ AMt. 0 o'l Pas,. Agent, ST. AlJOllSn.- Fl> Lhiibly.111! L ctrl, .! -I. i.. -. J.:.1! r... ni- '. .in' i li,;,1- in.l-t-h| I fnriuhc1'large ''
.1 I here.The I I 1.um, Tin-I 1 '11 "I'(1; Kyton I : tlir inarkt't. I'ottled) from
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marlin avenue
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> under the efficient management.f HOMESTEAD FOR $500 I 0111' P''1.:" .' lIaranh". ;
Tiff PfCK.UfNDRICKS COMPANY.Dry :[ \ Mesars. \VetherellandCa\e. 9

..: Vet Ca\e who has l len the guest "fI.rt'llb SJlHIea-h.) -dali f tltNtty'' .1! -uirtai.! lini I'.tlatka. '1..I1I1I.:1II.1udll. : !. I (qt. Jim) Buckley I qt t (Golden Seal |
!left
hi- here for several day
.. ''oni Plate; IH-U-C of I.. rennin.. \\ith .'" [uazz.wi t n..r--: th.1IUI"I' 11II\f'- this -"nm.lt Beechland
Forrest Lawn I t |
| Wednesday for Porto Hico.I 1 qt. qt
!>>toB own--r n+n-r -.-il. I"-, ,.I-. "f rtiapin I- tree .1;,-n'-v, 11"-1"11

Goods, House Furnishings, Ladies'and :. I Let Owing the public to the illness school of has Mr1.( INr l 'n M.
I Mrs. MabWtt is improving

Children's Shoes, Trunks, Etc. Ii and will wek.probably b* able to resume her I| 1'ayiug :' line income j''WI.ltc..ly! 111.1' ''I I I f j.-| 'Lr"r'f! ,I'l-'inin, I Utiil-t \ t-uiit-; aG.tlI( ). \\2 quarts J1.O J, i-xpn-NS t'il't.i !|

duties this week.V. of Chaptn; ":ltllI Agency, llo.-ton.\ \ : i

Largest Stock, Best Assortment, Lowest Prices \ J. Shafer of this place, has en tenil S"'IV"' 'last. JOSEPH ZAPF & CO.
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ENGLAND FARMS i I
the employ of McCoy Brothers of Dayton CHEAP NEW t i

and is acting a* a runner for the l hi i,. ,. ri.oue) 3133 jAt'KSoNVILLK: : FLA J
i : Cor. Beach St. and Magnolia Ave., Daytona. : Steamer Uncle Sam, his territory cover-i| For your summer..outbjfor ICES than value of.buildings. }Iliustratwl 1 catalogs l e li.I..r g; .'an .

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k I CONRAD GROCERY CO. | E. C.I I1AYTONA GOULD BEACH., Al. A. .


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j.. =I N:.=: Neville H. Clark :j jI Lots and :'

! :. Carry a Full and Complete ., i. Residences


'\'fe.;;; : Line of Plain and Fancy _I= OPTICIAN. I


.Ii. ...'. '; KINGSTON The Suburb of
jUROCERIESIl ;! :::: ( '7..fn \ 3' Growing Daytona


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; : CLOVER HILL BUTTER.l I **'I i::::: \t ruik a .imrir.t :stor.- 2::l Tuesday March 12th

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E. T. Conrad .V: Co's, old stand.L :# AND PRIMARY SCHOOL ; FITZ SIMMONS AUCTION COMPANY.BAND .

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I( 1 ."Jrlif! tJ* tltJI'cjfdI' ItU tJt5*Jr' )f{ilk .)11: .!lif )f{JIlt I N-ntcil on llftv Strwt.BELLI ;
CONCERT 9 to 10 a. m. corner South Beach Street and Orange Avenue.

: ; ABBOTT 11\\'NES. Prin..1

f.t ; ..................... ..... ........................ DR. W. A" I FREE CARRIAGES for Kingston will leave at close of concert. Free ride for, everybody


! i : Curiosity is Not Always a Sin Dentist. I PUBLIC WEDDING All expenses and $40 to couple getting married on grounds


I : fllIi.'f': ..nr I.i.r.. .\\.",,1 211x1 \.111". '''. during sale.

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-I i I It will pay you to investigate : --- -- -- BABY SHOW Open to all babies born since Jan. I, 1905. 3 prizes, $10, $5 and $2.50

(i. : DRS. ATWOOD & RAWLINGS

the prices and quality of f our : I GRAND CASH PRIZE DRAWING $25.00 cash to winner.
Physicians and Surgeons.

: GROCERIES > : McCLELLAN & HAYNES RESIDENCES are the best finished houses in Kingston hav-
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f I fi : We can save you considerable : I l I'- ,.'.--It.laling'filwotrriiIh- ----- ---!--M.* druir--,.t.--.,.' j iing all the necessities for happy homes. Good neighborhood, flowing wells, plenty of

: C. C. BOHANNON I Ij

i t i j) $ $ J) u) Cb J) Cp i I!j| Physician} and Surgeon. i!| shade, big lots 100x250 feet. Both go to the highest bidders.


; t =; i I ONilworrrtLr.Ilw.xxll'hannnrr.lle] 'a,I' TERMS OF SALE One-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months at 8 per ct. int.

S. W. CARROLL 1 j .tr.*t. I)I"'TII:\FlXtKIHA.
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.. j Telephone Xo. i'd. The Wedding
I Take Off Hear
t. a Day THE BABIES coo See
The North Beach st. Grocer. 'I! E. L. STEWART M. D. THE AUCTIONEER CRY The Baby Show


:. Telephone. 19. : i I! Physician and Surgeon Take a Free Ride in the morning air and a big chance in the $25.00 Drawing.Sale .

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I !. A. L. Reid, the Tailor' ,
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'L. SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS j I in first-i-lass; sh.i. |*". l Itrl: |airing aril l I -- __ _ __ .
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: ,,,..I fIIolit thorlllllotl&I ...lui..1. 11.'LM..n. ;l.r Nt'*anii>hip i|>+ on ni- if you want) RfxMl work. i I i The i\.tiis\jlle: (II Ind).. Daily fotiiHT...
t ItlilKt.NO in its issue of March 3.1.( publishm) the j Miller
(OVKIM: 'ItOWIH.Mi.) ; S. H. GOVE i ii I followingcry! complimentary arlirb:1.ul CRUISING PALACE =Strohm Co.Successors I
J. ST.\TJ-ltIlO\IS: !: I'<>*ITIVIXY: .;r.\U.\XTi:iv.itDAYTONA : I .
Important ?? HH.w. fn, n'' no tt.kt, will' I !Iw Nol.l I t, ..1..1 I ; Daytona. 1 1I I 1tP.P. :!
,,i A BIII.'e I'U TIC\I"'II" I.odsdcii, of the, I.. .
110'1111,7. eau: I I 1I1".tilll..n.I"ol| Vj to tPECK
!f ; :taw) iinmlxT f I lirtliN, or th' willing IIOLI.ity| of [itiinir Hull l tlmscuring ill-
,. all 1aiM..n 'rrrindicidnnlxrrli.rlln.att.ntinn. IC .xutrnwandnllilw. nnrlh.Ml.rrrnrrut I j N'., returned to the Pity jpslerday: front j j. I hat Has Plowed 1 hrough 5.000 Mile j j
1'\S.-I':fiIItS; : 1.1n: : Ju'h51)\1'11.11:1:1'1Ill': ) : : TlIIltSII.SO. .\\'. : ... 1 lUytoti.i )1&., wllf'tI.11I' hH lieen;sjicndirig of Waters in J Yearn Visits I & FOSTER.
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Ul\YisT) : KATIISTO: ) XKW.: YOltK .\SIt1.1.. I'OIXTS XOUTHImMiiiKililiirlitfiil ,. for the first Time. '
I'lioll 49 HjlVtoMH.I I'Iuti.IaD. "I I ilo not Micvc the Lutrl. on the I ,, rrs+,; Family; Groceries I
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FAMOUSSKA; : ISLANDS/ I'll>ii Through li<--tMH4ili!' to nil Northern |I.in. For full Informatriiritriliiiir'itlrwli .. D. AND C. M. ROGERS as daring the '""h.h..t lYbniaty," he '| up the Halifax river :Sunday morning 5. c b Grain Fancy
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r ; I i..n.M.ff..II b> no nilwr liI..1: ]i :rruiii: '. ntilLet "", r4'IlinnM.: CIVIL l-NilNIIRS -aid yesterday. 'During the time I \\,:1"I and anchored in the channel north of iSi
*. rte :liilv| | to at D.iytoiia there wen; fully four Ihousanil the Halifax River Yacht Hub' house, : and food
Stnwt. ) i.1YI'.1atdl ) ( I
CHAS. DAVIS : VKKrlUI' w..t.lIay <)ITWrt( : I jH-ople in the vurioiihotels there."One whcie she the of
...... .\fMit.. 4M <">villII. -. I 1'llIt.la. ) MIAMI, FLA.Ikiytona ( wa< rynosine many u'T'aALLJN' Proc.lure Prod nets,
who( has undergone the diseomfortof "UrtOIl"| and l envious f..r several THE'HREDS"
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I ................................................. ( Oflw-e Established! 18;". !:; the Indiana climate' during! a day '!'!m t M1.Ym1mm1mm1mmH'.WmH.AH'.1m1mmmmmmm!mH'.wmmml'f
winter cannot i.nAsinl''ithoul actual This handsome with of
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+ I utateemlhelleridace'a't. During the George I I':. t'rawrln,and II..r"wnl't. Commodore M
(fieo. J. VandeVord
!r ++ : 'j, |pat. week the thermometer there has John II. Rich and Mrs. Rich :
+ Builder and Contractor. 'I ranged) in the nl' ghl..III..1) | of eightytwo are now aboard; on a cruise of the east .. QEO. P. JOHNSON
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+ + : degrees !:I't'neu" proru1 rI'ri.Ilff'r'
I II (Intimate.* rutlli..I....!. Xo n\\ 1\ enades where everyone i is to lie 5een in The Wacoutah is ;f u feet in length and
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i t TRANSFER e !I : |tinti"f.. .-niilo| }''''l.Vhi II I I + want :i riHnl IIOUM- built at :i ; nalia is was "' ful to anyone from the |x>wcr gasoline: engine. Sic: i is a
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and LIVERY :t tvsuMin.-ilifc- '-o..t it will pay you to J ,1 north. The fishing i i" fine in the ncighUtrhood model! for neatness and a marvel in .. (DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA.
1 i i + /ut my |'ri"ISriikwork" J 1,1"! ... J i I i and a large part <.( the male economy of space, every inch of available ..
C. li. JOHNSTON: ro"r'rtor !i iI J ...rinlr. ,fiin-nt work a fi.i-ialty. ++ 'iOfl'we 'contingent I at She different L"tels'' spendj f l space |eing put to some use She. t Estimates Furnished on Short Notice v
-aw iI .: and ReidenCrtr. Yoltivia + j i entire days in pursuit of the finny tritx is lighted with acetylene ga., has a M.
. I : ave and :Seitnd Si I. + I'I "I don't 1,Mie\e ever improved ft' signal gun on the forward deck, and carries <<
I have the 1 1'ntst iu tilt ('il itli\\Iiite) driven familiar( \\itli I 1'
I.iu'ry : ) t ti II +++++++++ .+++++ .++_++++++ rapidaft! r an illness in my life a- idi I a !'4'udllidt Mieh a" i* used on torpedo
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i Florida.
i : .hiring my stay in craft.
all riKiilK. I 1..01. for the 8ilvrr Tipjx-d) IJigs. .".
t I : I IIalll..nick l most all winter The engine room and nt'\\"'- quarters ....................
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'Phone 27 Opposite Public School"ElegantExcellent are aft, leaving the forward part of the .
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i I BATHS j I f fet-I I :almost :1.11.II as 1 ever did; I iu myI ship entirely their privacy to the passengers at all IlIn.; ,.-.thus insuring ... .. ....+...4.4.. ,. $.4. ..

1 1i - i O-l:" EARTtiI. I pifl'." The Wacoufah \\:&'purthao-d in Xcw | Bond Lumber
i York Mr. Rich CompanyMANUFACTURERS
by and taken
I I.tR c ) 111N: .IXI)J 1v'1/M1'\/ bocial Life at I he Austin. through
1 11f the eanals and great lakes! t'e his home
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LILVVATER i The Austin I is enjoying a pleasant siti at l.'iil: Wing Minn on the Mississippi OFt
; i i i cial sea-on, sexeral rnterfainments hav- river. She has: mad I*' this trip twice, ROUGH AND DRESSED
Thal''I.al. Iln-y KJV. ,, h''ti \\t haw!:, lhe Bat V..tn f.,T.blf l'IC ins: taken pl.ice thenit. "Lite. On und dcM-cnded the father of Waters PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER k. .

f finished) our, w"r Our truck\ nil) ELECTRIC LIGtiT \\..hl..I..)' evening of last: wick. there and cruised the waters of the gulf) on
r'i \vaa miisieale. in which the iiitilistl: "tall the I'loiida west coast U-rce times, hut I Lath Shingles
! I ILAN'i'Mttr Flooring, Ceiling Brick Lin
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:1:0:; (flatlet Oul ti .k part. Mr* liamin{ this i is .her first visit to the Ka: 'a Coa.t.Horncord .
ul Hr..I.I.II.Y.: .. one. ..f the guests. of i.'i.fXKI; ) miles in threeyear f f and Cement in Stock. Offlee and Yards E.t C1Railway {
it is done si iititic and
on I pritiripli-K I : ,j and Orange ATI
j !kindly assisted the club, t.l.ingtl''II.t.'t.r :* is probably not equaled hy MILL'
t any BoDd Mill At Untie Coast Line R,..
! I'a""> girding to swilarrlll.s.. j II Wr'bl !>t. ,It. WilKlil., \ .. one of the absent rtJl'nl.er", and l an'IIl'lIt boat .'f her cl.iss. This includes- an extended Katamssoo,on Hanford Branch of the 100 r.mllei E.G.touth Ky. of JacktonrllU.
t e.lr: w a. rcndmil.Saturday t. cruise to the Bahama
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J. D. : WRIGHT A; WRIGHT '. Phone 83 R. J. MALBY. Manager.
Carmichael evening a prugresiVern.hn: last! winter :t trip for which many felt
o. / I A -Law |party was given hy Mr.and Mrs. Austin, she was unsafe, hut experience proved the ..... ........ ... ..... ....
I Phone No. 64. DAYTONA, TLA '!i i f the proprietor and I.i.iff', and no e\- contrary.

--- -- I Oilii-c in Telegraph] : office, ItL\si: i I IKHMwas .spuretl to make it a .ucre?+. The yacht \\illpr.of..1 to St. Augustine ....NNN.rW.W.WW.......W* l y *Wt f W
*a --- | Six: prizes were contested for hy the probably this: week, where Mr. and WHEN YOU ARE
CONTEMPLATINGgetting
r j players at nine tahlesThe fir-t l.idy'sprize Mrs. 1'icli wil! disembark on or about

''a burnt leather po.tal..ard alliumfill..1 April 1 and proceed hy rail to their a Galvanized Iron Tank, a neTin Hoof a Hot Air Furor
NORHAN 5. DAYTON with fifty i o ic-inityj) was Won by Mr?. Hibhard; who' has been in command of the \Vncout.ih any of the other metal necessities' required to complete a In'
the 'of'.tI"'cI l lady's: lent/. ( Lugillllrtra: since hrr.ronsfrurlinn five years dwelling, remember that
ted h..ok..f D.iytona, hy Mr". Atkinson ago, will then take her to New York,
; the third Itchy prue ia clash where Mr. and Mrs.I Rich will join her
i H Lumber. oumJ fxistal album containing fifty again: in June for a cruise in New Kng-: I L C. NASH a SONDAYTONA.
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postal \k-v s of Daytona; hy Mr I'hlbri'sht. )- land water". The Wacoutah left RedWing
The fir-t gent's prize ''a burnt last OctoK-r and the commodoreand ri.A.
: leather eovercd flask; and caw contain his wife boarded! ) her at Fort MversFlu. .
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YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS [AND ZLlL01Ni OTtIGR./11ATIRIAIS.: I iuS: two :glasM-s, to matfh) wa" won byMr. ., in January. arc lest prepared' to give prompt and reliable service at fair pn|
Agar: ; :(;"ltfllll.rizp (Ihnnd"me'ater )i4'. Rich, who is a personal friend c.f General] repair
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Yard ..ulJt picture of Daytona iews in gold I Peter :; on Avenue next to the .Ana I
: Magnolia avenue and K. K. C. Railway. 'I i -i..m.f South Reach street, is; t
!t frame) by Mr. Cook: third .prize (eanrrwotxl I 1 j,. an ex-mayor f.f Hed Wing president Phone ;5 Out ol town work so

i I ,;scarf pin tray and enllar button the Coodhtie Company National Rank .....NN.Nt............
Real Estate I I l box' hy Mr. (;lAinnell.Refreshment and n.\1 ral other ernnmerelalenterprh.ea NN.........
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I. followed I I hy happy Speeches;I j i Civic league, in which !'utter lie t:1I..1 . . .
from the guest. expressive; of their appreciation !; especial: pride and interest
.. .AND CARE OF PROPERTY. .,f the courteous attention i :: }i4' Rich. says he finch Daytona: Daytona. Ice Compan
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always \to"ltft'll thesu hy the host :10.11 I uni.pie city in the blending of the
t ; Heal Estate Utfice: 202 H. Beach St, ku wife, after which the |arty only di>- I j 1 ural and artificial particularly in nat-the : PURE
bunded to get a nap I Iwforc l>reakfat.To case of Rit'gl'wOOtI'f'nlle and other ICE
t ;[ W. H. EDMONDSON carry out the tropical effect all I 1 i residence streets and finds much Wad.
Manager. I[ mire and pattern from, while still ob- Made from Distilled Water.
prizes fur the occa-Mori were selectej1with l 1 I.
sen-ing where further acto
( improvement 4'y corner Railroad
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DAYTONA FLA. that end in ,'it.The p'J.t:1I.mI3or : development may be made. . . .and. Volusia. avenue. .
Daytona were used as tally cards- -- -
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.*m.WV m...m B.m PVV AAAAAAAA W i Bi P P VB AAMA VW Captain Finley, of Seabreere, iimisquerading $If you are looking for Florida I Mass Meeting. 4

Local Paragraphs. I Ipajtona as! Uncle Pam, books of views! or souvenir postals,

while looking after tho interests; of go to Gardiner's Art Store There will be a mass meeting of '

1.-..... the steamer of that name. Mrs. Michael 0' Neill and family the citizens of Daytona at the Armory America is nation

at the present writingis tRednced prices on winter clothing friends of L. II. Thompson, arrived Monday evening next at 8 a ,

entertaining more people than from Havana and I
Cuba
recently
at The Globe. ? o'clock, for the purpose of iliscuss-
ever before and the best of all, arf occupying Laurence Thompson'shouse
Mrs G. H. Hotchkiss left Wed- ing' the proposed DeLand-Coast
satisfied and
, they seem happy.
on Halifax avenue' Daytona
That meant flood advertis Dg. We nesday morning in her touring car Beach, where they expect to remainfor road. All are urgently requested to
of
are too busy to even write ads. for for a trip to Orlando by way of De- a year Judge O'Neill will join be present. dyspeptics *".:/ -: :

which we are thankful Land, for the purpose of gaining a them later t

L. H. float" Co.. The Jewelers. personal knowledge of the condition
SOME RECENT
of the roads. Easter ('ardOcl novelties at I I

;Let's go down Gardiner's. Gardiner's Art Store. The use of lard in cooking is the main a steer's head in cotton plant wreath. Cotto-
LOST-A gold locket and chain inenvelope I REALTY DEALS
., MILLS' ICE CREAM. cause. For your own protection you should lent is not exposed to all the odors which t
4 work--Vd'tulIJi
i
marked Leon II. Rowe & For first class ; 1

It I D. Roger made a business Co.ddrf'Sft[ box :581-; and receive i Strain Laundry phone S. tf j r. f.I divorce yourself front all food cooked with surround it; lard is, because it usually comes

j Instead, tin Ccttofcne, the purest and in bulk.
trip to Miami this week.CTV : reward I I .. I. I.HlrJtt Prom the ll ok. of Record .
I I I\JI
*\ line of bulk perfumes. Jean Francis Conrad, daughter of[ of[ VnliiM.1 county. Joking I:I! for Volusia Count)"-.Numer- The quality of Cotlolenc is guaranteed. We 13 13lard.
is made from refined vegetable oil
Hxsuss, thb Druggist.Col. Mrs. F. N. Conrad, celebrated her Kingston as a center there' arc Cue ous Transfers.IkLand stand behind it. Y oue no chances in j
and choice beef suet, i is full of richness, yet '
C. M. Bingham and S. H. first birthday anniversary Thursday postoffices within a radius of( two Fla., Mar. 7-The following free from dyspepsia. its u>c. '

Gove were visitors to Jacksonville afternoon. The cake in honor of miles; at these five postoffices transfers of property ia and about Day 1 E

this week. the occasion was ornamented with a twenty-two out of the seventy-two tona have been recorded in the office of It will give you better food, and food Forstall dyspepsia by the use of Cottolene. J

candle. the Clerk of the Circuit Court at De- which will agree with jou.Cottolene Any good grocer will supply you.
single white school teachers of the county ,
Barnes' frames
pictures to orderat Land recently:
the Novelty Store. r Get your souvenirs at Fletcher's. receive their mail. Laura E. Wall to Trustees St.Joseph'sAid is never sold in bulk. It comes A thorough trial of Cottolene will make you '

in sealed white pails, with red label and band. wonder
stuck
Attorneys J. W. Perkins and Bert .f. H. Johnson, senior member of Wilcox water colors, a full line, Society $.">0, lot 6, bio k; J. Wall's why you ,3'
sub. J tome. In the center of the label is our trade markto hog lard so long.
Fish and S. V. ]Hough of DeLand the firm of J. II. Johnson & Sons, at Gardiner's Art Store. Ifs lay
J. A. Jackson to Mamie Jackson, lots
have been on our streets the past proprietors of the Grand Atlantic I 3 and 4, block 4,part lots! 7 and 8, Mock .

. week.* Hotel, arrived the latter part of last BUSINESS FAIR 1, Green's Daytona. COTTOLENE was granted a GRAND PRIZE (highest .

$For first class kodak finishinggo week and! joined Mrs. Johnson and II I Robert Lee Weller to F.. L. Howard, pouible award) over all other cooking fat at the t '

to Gardiner' his sons for the balonce of the season 1250, lot 6, MorriV( tub. in sec! 21 and recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked

here. AND CARNIVAL. 22-15-33.: < with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE. t 1t
.
MILLS ICE CREAM. John Anderson to Edward F. Russell! ,
"Horn Htlpt" took of 300 shoves j
a edited
tUet Easter cards early at V. ti. $75 lot 1, Cathedral Place, Ormond. recipe e
Miss Lillian returned your by Mrt. Rortr, it your for a 2 cent stamp, if you a
: Thompson Wallace's, before they are all gone. To Be Given at the Armory About Joseph White to Ida J. White, RIO! eJJrttt The N. K. Falrbanh Company, Chicago.A ..
Sunday from Havana, Cuba where lot G, block 2, sub. of sec. lO-lti-33. t
Mrs J. P. Esch entertained the March 20th for the Benefit NEW FEATURE-The patent airtight top on this pail U for _
she had been visiting her brother J. P. Turner, to Edwin K. Anders, the purpose of keeping COTTOLENE clean, fresh and wholesome; t
L. Thompson. whist club Wednesday afternoon at the Library Fund. $175. lots 3o' and 37. block 3. Hillville it also prevent it from absorbing all disagreeable odor of this !
'
Xew Smyrna. grocery, such a. fish oil. etc.Nature's .
her home in Daytona Beach. Some 'I I
On or about March 20th a big buine&d II
Belle Harbor and
tThe steamers Benjamin F. JAX to Model Land Co., I X17
"' twenty-five ladies were pn-.sent and carnival and fair will lie given at
Cherokee run daily to Tomoka river SHOO, Pedro de Cola Grant nest of
dainty refreshments were served after the Armory for the benefit of the Library Gift
from the
at ;oQc) for the round trip. fund. A number of merchants are railway and north of Pickcrt (:raot.S. Sunny South -1
about two hours pleasantly spentat A. Oren, executor, to Mrs. Ida O. r. ,
McCoy Bros new auto bus, the the card tables. arranging to have booths with advertising Hmsky, SOOlots; 15 and 1C, block 1,
Another feature will be a
displays.
"Columbia," is now making regular I sub. lot 1, block 2S, Daytona.
Let us fix that watch for I grand march, In which about SO young t
you. James r. Francis Prfc-e, $10
Davtonal to Nancy ,
trips Beach and between Seabreeze.Daytona, II tVe guarantee a first-class job. I ladies of will the take hotels part or, each merchant representingone of thecity lot 5, block J. Liberia Ormond. {I !"! 1N.W fflNmVNffl WNiN'NNNm

Gro. H. CLARK, the Jeweler. J. C. ILdlidiy to Mrs.( Deli.i C. Stiff-1
If you would live long and happy trya carrying banners heralding that ord and Mrs.( Eliza Chamberlain, Sii.1: I Jewelry. New Books.lrMr ;

loaf of Mrs. (ac'. home made bread. The song recital by Electa Gifford 'a(t. In addition,there will be a special lot 3, "Ioc.k, Au!tin's Coronado Iu-at .

on the 18th promise to be' the social sale of articles donated by the ladies of John H. Ilin .ky tit Mamie JaikMin.l; I It7. -
Vet Cave arrived from Miami lost the" various churches. '
as well as the musical event of ., I l'it :34. Hin!>k}'* nib. in Isaytona.l I
week and has been the guest; of his The idea originated \\ith our t.lJit'i..nt1m"
f
(;.>0. M. Wallace to J. J. Thomas,
the season. Society in and out ofhe *
librarian Mn G. P. Old,
popular
parents at Holly Hill lie left Wednesday : $11.1. lots :3 :..n.1I, !'1It.. in bl.xk :2S, Q.y
Palmetto! Club, which secured who proposes to make it an annual
for Porto Rko extended Daytona.
on an '
the event. This will give buvinetvt men an
Miss
of Gifford, is
appearance James ]I'. r.irjH-Mter to Iliniiu: Wiggins -
trip. taking treat interest in the matter. Oppol tunity to advertise in very effectlye 110, n. 171 t ft. t.f lot'S.: 1.1,..-k, '

'Call and sample our tew hulk way at nominal cost and I at thesame 49, M.I AC,, !ajt..na.J. .
We full line of ladle,
$ have a time contribute touant the exfienw -
perfumes. Hi lix*, The Druggibt.: : P. Turner to J. D. Byrd iiVI), lots i
I trimmed millinery. Mrs. M. T of maintaining an institution! 2, 4, ti, bkn I, Hilh'iI\e.\ New Muj int.j jC.
Mrs. Marietta: Mason, in't..a.I'! l of which, along "" ith school and c hutch jI
Smoker, Atwood 11hx'k. M. Wallace to Kliza Stake, full! !
forming clauses for instruction in I fclands as one of the strong factors in lot S i i. block 2, sub. in block:2S, D.ijt.m.i.
The best souvenir views f lour t
+ '> Day- I'ivillirl' ,
palmistry as recently stated, in (Eva Holley to Oscar Scipio, $I Iti(( lotS
tona at Gardiner's only. A good library enables us to get in I j
gaged teaching; the Science t'u-I : block 2, Green's: Daytona. .
touch with the master minds of the
Living. Rev. S. A. Dyke, of Oak Bluffs I Nancy Tooker to Fred Lyons, $1.00, ,
world win have before us and
gone l lot 5, block 3, Ludwig's !sub in Daytona.Era .
Mss of Toronto .
formerly Canada
whose thoughts and accomplishments) : I
tFine stationary, newspapers and I Abrams to Willie Williams, lots 7 "
preached l very acceptably to a I:1r erongrf'gation are faithfully recorded that we may by 1 1SCr. 1r
magazines, at BarneV Novelty Store and S blot'k 1, Ella E. d.IP man's sub.
the Church studying and striving attain to as! greator 'I
The steamer Belle Harbor carried l la at Baptist greater hfoihtl.Tile James A. Haggctt to I.. Z. Burdick, ..: : our Son\ernr Spums! and I Orin' All the latest( : Novel Also Inks for the
last Sunday night. Mr. Dyke is! no '200. east <*?% ft. of lotI and I 2, block : .
large. party to Turtle Mound( Library fund is .sadly in need of Memento. : Knives. Our prin-H will iiiteu yon young |icople. ;
veil heirojwws 23.
pleased.with D.1)t0nthaL: replenishing.! There are new books toN ;: Jewelry I cp"irfork Stationery of Ivery Kind.'Ili .
. Tuesday. The trip it becoming a coming here' again nest Simon H. Parker to James Keenan, #
I > and number of
bought a improvements
very popular one with the city's part (If lot 3, !Milxi\ivon; fractional :: a "I"-jal" lioxt line in the ritv.QEO. .
tinter. and finishing touches to I be madein
vimtore.. sec. 81533. : ;
the Library building.Mrs. & .
State and taxes must be I
$A full )line of kodak film and i county find ( Oh), in preparing" for the carnival *Atnateur work promptly and H. CLARK ,
this
To
paid month. assessment
has secured' the services of C. S. :
supplies at O.rdiner'g.oTake 3
done at Maker's Studio
apply to Norman S. Dayton at I Rieman who will direct the advertisingand nicely .. 51 Two Stores. 124-126 South Beach Street.

the drive over the Port 202 South Beach Street.I13t other" special features. (
Orange bridge. tf FOR sALt '.... '.. ....1..i 'II.C'a a.......1.....................................
Let each do hU part to make the carnival is'4U' +
I .1J/J/\WN' V'N\ r>>v.rrrN'wf'"rr i w"'f'ffMf'""v r w, 1rv rrrrwThe
Two of the I. R. Burns cottageswere a success and thus' injure its repetition One of the most desirable cottages on ._
Sow is the time of
to take care -- -- --- -- -
sold this week through the next Halifax avenue", near' end of South
your eyes. If they are botheringyou year.Halifax ....--.--....-------..-------.-. -...........-.-...
of W. R Thomas, to K. B. Bridge opposite Daytona; eight :
agency I
see Neville II. Clark, the optician i- laundry, bath, furnace, fire room1'1. .
V. Mr. William Free
Whitcomb, or Cairo, N. Lodge Work. ,.
all conveniences and handsomely
at Clark's jewelry store. modern new .
Whitcomb purchased the propertyon Halifax Lodge Xo. 81. I'. A A. M., i ni h'dpply to I : :.

Mrs. 1. C. Maley, who has been the corner of Cedar street and held a prolonged session Thursday evening : 40-lt JUXGHAM( & THOMP.Si t I .. .. ,

suffering from a severe case of Palmetto avenue. and adjoining it owing to the: fact that both the entered ------ -- j jI .
blood-poisoning in improving and apprentice and rf'llo\\'C'rafl degreeswere I 1 :
the north Palmetto
on on avenue. : :1 f
I Machine I
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" it is trusted will soon regain her conferred. i Sewing
usual health. $Closing out sale of Japanese The lodge has work in view for every I .. ..1 1:

china souvenir spoons,orange knives meeting for some time to come. A number ,
% .
**F iR EXCHANGE Toledo, Ohio, and all souvenir goods at of visiting brethren were presentand The Palmetto Cluli has the .. -. ,,

business and dwelling property for MONK'S CCRIO Stunt:. were lavish in their expressions: of I .. ..1' Is the finest on earth
admiration the new lodge ,
room honor to .
<< announce a
Daytona property. Milligan: & Son, II. Yarborough, Anthony rother'R which is particularly fine in its electrical .. ..

. o03 National Union "Building, Toledo genial manager has been presenting' appointments, and it i is probably tilt"handqom.t SOXf! Iir.ClTAI. j jl.y I .. .. -I

,Ohio. 41-4 1 of lodge room in the stale.County I II .
business
the men Day- .
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. The educational department of tona with a bright metal paperknife I I theEminent

the Palmetto Club will give a Ten and envelope opener to also serve School Board Meets. I : :1I For Sale byBingharn&MaleyCo.

Cent Tea in the club room on Or- as a constant: reminder that Anthony The county school board met Monday I ; Soprano I I What \\"onderCulthing the I
stock of everting, March( 4th, at 7::30 o'd'k.11 I II Have You Ever Thought .
ange avenue this afternoon, under i Brothers carry a complete nusy BeeGraphophone IS.
members present.' We of \ famous machine .'ree"ilh IJO in cash
; are giving away one l\\r<+ : / .1
, the auspices of the club's president, "correct wear for men Minutes of the last meeting were read I ELECTA GIFFORD, trade: :and a Busy Bee record with each additional $5 in cash trade.
, airs. C. H. The and : tall in and 1 ROC this wonderful machine and hear some excellent:: mu>-ir. t: .
Raynor. proceedsare approved. I
eAzurea, LaTrefle, Corylopsis extracts -
for the High School buildingfnnd. in Com. Crouch reported that arrangements -I ..

bulle.I "I NS, The Druggist. the adjoining had been made lot at Seabreeze.Chairfnen for the purchaseof at the I II I 1 THE GLOBE, I II ii Furniture

tThe Hub Cafe, best place ta eat. LoST-A blue Eton jacket on Chandler reported the removal Palmetto Club) house, i

All pastry and bread baked. tf road between Ormond and Daytona. of the Spring Garden" and Mid- Clothing, Shoes and Gents' Furnishings, 2
wood school furniture to DeLand. March 18; I *
Monday evening, PFCK & FOSTFR, Proprietors. _
Finder will be rewarded by leavingat
Call at Gardiner's and see the The teacher at the Hiers Lake school N.....----..N.................N................... Undertaking.

new folding post cards, 13 views for either postofGce.' was instructed not to receive pupils at eight o'clock. I -- --
from other school.
10 cents. Gifford has unusual any
Elects an An assistant was granted for the pri- Tickets on sale at the Atwood ............................._.._...........N._. ...
voice in that while it is extremely department of the eland colored I r
W. T. Lewis, colored, died of con- mary
high-she sings "F" above high school.A FIRE
sumption, in Waycross Saturday
"C" with f'.ase-it has a colored school was established atFJdrede. Pharmacy. I
perfect $
morning. Lewis was a rather prominent wonderful warmth and color. The to run three months.A II I I I IO.OOO !

colored man owing to his various request! for a well at the Blake

attempts to enter animal show program which Miss Gifford will school was referred to Com. Crown with I i!. i {fXTIN6UISHfR SI I

business, his menagerie being con sing at the Palmetto Club House on potter to act.Chairman I :. Will lit'Till: I-NTIRL PLANT 01 TUT. .

Monday evening the 18th, is one Chandler was authorized to
fined, however, to one or more blind ... DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS.
which demands both these characteristics sell the old Spring Garden schoolhouse, Zt
tigers. wide provided he could get a reasonable offer ; 1U"i and l moot t-t'''lraIIOf'ah') for Ire I'Lint ni... tlcht Tower Plant Reduced to
and covers a very I
for the' same.Superintendent. The largest line : 1'actorv: or Lumbei }'ard.I :
:Souvenir Spoons? -a large stock range; of vocal literature. Botts was authorizedto .I

to select from at the lowest prices, Sewing,: machines for rent and purchase from the department of the i Enquire of E. D1LLINGHAM, at Plant. i I $14.00.

all engraved free. for sale at Barnes' Novelty Store interior as many maps of the United of souvenir i goods I

Gco. H. CLARK, the Jeweler. States as are needed t<> supply the .....................................................

of State and County Assessments schools.
f Copies
Ost.eopathy-Dr. J. 'C. Herman together with Personal Tax The board took under favorable consideration found in Da- II I I

opposite the Gables. 37-1 Ow for 1906. covering all property southof circulating libraries a proposition in such to schools put small as ttone :*................*......*....*..........,. .*....*:s1 i ii Feed-,

Beginning; yesterday the Florida Ormond, including Holly Hill would make satisfactory arrangementsfor : at the t BEST Working;

East Coast Automobile Association's Kingston, Daytona!, Port Orange and taking proper( care of the same. I i The Grand Atlantic ii I Constructed.

above Also to purchase desk copies of text I
into
restaurant put practice a new all of the peninsula opposite < .

system with reference to diners at section. We will secure tax receiptsand books for the use of the teacher in each ': NOW OPEN. # I Only inacliine in south II
school. The Shell Boat. : :
that elegant resort. In future no trust the public will appreciateour Board then adjourned to meet Tuesday :1 -k 4 f'ltlipJI.d( ) with Insur-

accounts will be charged. Coupon efforts in their behalf. Applyto morning. : n<*.ms I'.n-Suite With Private llaths! : alll' standard. test.

books can be purchased from the Norman S. Dayton 202 South Board met Tuesday morning, with all Milliard and Smoking Rom, I
: Kloftrir: ( Service Throughout, :
pteward, the price of which are from Beach street. Famish full description the members present. Gille's Dock r Lnr fF.'I..r and Sun Parlor. : Address Box 99. :
books and reports were
$2.5Oto $5 00. These books may of all properties. if possible, as The treasurer's examined! and approved old : I5mad Veranda", Fine Orchestra, ,

the stewardor enable to determine presented, ; Fine Cuisine and Fin t-f'lass Ser\i<-<-_
be signed and left with this will us warrants were cancelled, new bills were American La France

retained! by the purchaser. whether payment is applied upon prefented.eJtamined and warrants drawn | R. T. McFadden. i JAS. H. JOHNSON & SONS, Propr's. Fire Engine Company

JDr. J. H. PJCTSOQ dentist, Con- your property, and avoid l possible 9-2t 'Of .. d until .'-prill. a 1 e :1F-Mr-M-1, ...1y.#./1t1i1/1FiMiH19+'1'11s .............MM

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Next time you 4 J. n. OARRISOX R.'J TAYLOR .i ;' II.I I II.js: Legal Notices : r"M. ELLA DE VOY OLADIES' :


;j Wire up and be up to .date. If I' : I ..................Etltltl" HATTERS "'
clothes < M. C. Fitzgerald departed >jVed-> ]
buy no you do not use electricity you] are i
Z t \ not modern. If you do not prot nesday morning for his home at':'! (First pub. Feb 1C; last Mar.9)
Personal attention to
Frttiq..1
; matter where you go:; or what | gross you retrograde. There is no 2 I Stillwater. Minn., after a visit with An OrdinanceTo t* Correct in Styles.No 6 South Beach Street, Daytona.

r maker's name is on the garment, < I standing; still We will furnish I his son, T. E. Fit/gerald. .: employ an expert accountant to auuit :.1....1.N111N.1.1N/1..N1.N.N.1.111111.1N...
ask if it's all-wool. Don't be <= Electric Supplies for store, office the accounts of each municipal officer ,
<= or home. Appliances of the most Jmodern I tfTetley's India and Ceylon Tea of ,| handling moneys of the city.I *******9*********+rrirartrr*****
put off without a }plain answer.The and effective kind at London, England, at :your grocers. :j ji R. it ordained by the common council **.**************** H
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: : :n. II'II.16 '
: 5' of Daytona, Ilorida: I II
clothier may say"You <4. I prices mOllt'rnld tfl'f''tlThat Zt: That an expert accountant not : THE MYRTLE f
jf know me; yon know I wOlllll'lItsell.you 4 4: -I i I i K priers that eenre the bu"inesa. J i i Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Fitzgerald n.-cted with the municipal ,' f'ho-I 4 1.

4. F .1 I I I have: been at Key \Ves-t this ,week I I be employed annually to audit the C.-ntraliy' I.ucatt Elejrant Roomeand Board frt to flu a week :
anything that wasn't! all : Daytona Electric Co. counts of each municipal officer hAndling :
the of the All Molern Improf'nlf'nt.
.- I Lfi4rr attending annual meeting moneys of the city, and report to Table Royal o Ppecinlty
that doesn't .1 .
11 right; but an'rrtbe : : I \ .:l2! South llt-ach Street Florida Pm Association.Dr. the council as I'UI.II as prac ticable. --J!
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( Hoes it? I'a.s-cd tint rending January 28, 11MJ7. MRS. CHAS. KOST, .Proprietress.
qucblion. ..................................................... F. II. llinighton, Suite 1 I. l'u.Mil M-coiid reading January 2*, ;I.
r.m't 19o7. ................ .......... ................
1 he .. ....
If say* "yes you ...>>....>.>.>>.>>.>.4>.>..>>>.>..+...1.11..........1 Ol"'r) ,, HOUM block, telephone' Z2. tf I'a,"MrlIloird railing, libru.iry II, .f.

tell, haps, whether it't all Hr.);. .\pprov.ili. : -
: pci I Ihorever "Senator"V.. ,1. Morgan, was a :. u Cil:!1.1'\: :. Major. ***** .**............ . ...a000000..aa..aa
\\"oolor not; he may think it is: f THE REO CARS. Dajtona itor several days this Attest", : :

T. E. IIT7AJERALD.; : .
maybe he does>n't know. E week. lie is now iu Jacksonville,! City Clcjk. : THEGLENN 1.:
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M There's only one sure way of \\ you g"'U' fee them. hut will return to Dajrtona) Monday. I 11 Irst pub-Kvb.n;last pub. Mar.-- ,rtiSHERIFF'S -] .*
: And wherever you sec them they go J SALE. A 1I111J\.liL 11011.[ with all Modern: run"'nioonc-f>*. 1 Uo.ird; withr
knowing what you're getting in t!Fur bicycle lessons apply to: I
week e
fl.SOnoiy.( Si.eclal by
: withoutThe nK>m* |
clothes, aside from a chemicaltest : : FOR A FINE DRIVE take the Reo \ Prof. Jos. Collier, I' O. Box _9. tf Under and by virtue of an execution I
issued out of and under the seal of the Mrs. Ella H. Glenn, Prop'rjj i
tonana.
of the fabrics; and that way Car. School Commissioner Geo. F. Circuit Court for Volusia County, Florida Northn.w.st..iu> .

.. Touring .. Crouch and County Commissioner' in ft suit pending in said Court ........................... ,........,.........,.., <
is! to buy goods that are guaranteed wherein Bernard II. Goldberg & Sons 4iI (

by the maker to be allwooland : They are safe, speech, reliable and none but first-class drivers E L. Potter attended meetings (>f are plaintiffs and J. A. Jackson U Di>- -.
J' them. their respective boards at DeLand fcndent, I have levied upon as the property C.S ions :....(iGa.rjr.J. ., %.Y@i'i@i: '
all the that with it. accompany of the said defendant, J. A. Jackson )
rest goes .
:*J'l : For information at t. plan's i f interest reached by these ears, 4 this week. and will sell at public auction to

We offer you Hart Schaftner fc : rates, ete i-nll on or t- "j) liom-. ., the highest and best. bidder for cash, in I Seaside Inn. :1
Bigger and better lo'u'oat! the front of tfie court house door at l>f>and,
Marx clothes because the makers A10TOK) TRANSIT COMPANY\ \ Daytona Baker)'. in said counts ..n Monday the first;; day .
: : of April, A. !>., 1W7. during the legal '
dare take ground on ; .. 0. :ar
to a positive t'I.COOIt.U. I'
1 I COLD SKUntLKZK: : : )
describedreal
.. J. H. Conrad, vice president andS. hours>sale, the following
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don't I'lior.e 2X. First Strc.-t Opposite: the Electric Light Plant. estate, it the west 3i feet of
the quality question; they A. 11'oodcashier of the Volusia -\\ : *> Xu0111'11 for tin he:\H4'i' of I'HiC-7 under m.iniijieineiit sir the Outer
I north 90 feet of lot 7, block 1, JreeneV
.. dodge; they don't keep silent; ::. B. WILLIAMSON, Manager. County Dank, eland I, were business milxlixiMon of lots II I, 1':' and 13, of I | HORACE F. STEWART.
block 33, Mason .V foleinan's Additionto
.. they're positive in theirstatement I :.: *t visitors here from DeLand. during Df1\"tonar6o loU 3 :rudI, block 4.j I, N and l,+.inM> and 11t'\\'. ..it uatf,1| on p.,,fonts J1..au-b. The lintel in modern ia\\
If you are thinking I.f buv me a RUNABOUT or TOURING CAR, and a of the week. j I Greene's subdi\-jion of lots 11, 12 and
.. and in their facts. You can depend yuu uiih u, knou n'\. tin. I IM'o: : CARS are the best for the price, call on part 113, block: 53, Mason i Colcmon'j: addition -)j j f: nil HpfioiiituieritN.., with large very plH aiit looms .tlulI"r l )

on them; and us.Anthony : nrHit-. Io IJUFFUM 1 & CROUCH. Agents, J f f Buy Tttley's: Indi:1d Ceylon i to Daytona, all being in Volusia [ *' tI,**wean, stud "l'IwI"itfO t'l1tinl'H"in.t:: nndenn IVr
At Gazette-News Office Daytona, Ha. lorida. .
i Teas of London, England.: 31.Meh-16 County '

.N.................4.1..>>*>*>N>>.N1N....... ...... j Said property III I I- sold to satisfy I Il i ij i
lion f{ .bt. C. Sanhorn and wife, : !said execution in the sum of ninety-four I Surf Bathing is Unexcelled.
..NN..NN..NNN..N.N I I and forty-three onr-hiindrcdthv" ('J 1.43) j
: t of Iinot, X. I D., are visiting 11rullOm's j I
Bros. dollars and interest and Bois of proceedings a
: .r.ya r. .@Y .J @!@ (S>."' ..&rn!w&ufe.4'i.! (!)m"'A.
&\ sister, Mrs. .!. H. Parkinson. -! thereon. J ILTUHNKK,
t rWh l Sheriff of Volusia County Florida.J' .
I Do You Know Col.! Sanborn" is ex-state senator -j "
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i J' ,iKIrvtpult Fen :Si; la&t pu". >l.r. :
ex-registrar V. S. land oflice andat I SilERIFPS SALE.I t1"'Nmw.1"f i'rr.'w NiNm"iiNmcWNiir'i.Baggett

Volusia County \bstract, present, president of the Minot i Under and by virtue of an execution 1
I j
11 Investment and Title Insurance State Bank. I I I Itllemember | Lucd out of and under the seal of the Ii IiI { and Post
I I About That ? Circuit Court for Volusia County Fla., i!
.. d Company. i tile Daytona Bakery 1 I in A suit pending in said Court herein !i
S. J. Taylor is Plaintiff and J. A. Jackson -
=. Titles Insured. 1 (can supply all your wants in the is Dclendcnt' 1 hue levied upon as .
.. HUT FlM, r.'II!:;" 1>. UVM: >l- bakery line. If I the property| of the said defendant, J. A.I I
President S--cy and Tn-a, A real) estate proposition in the center J.ukoon.and: will sell at public auction Ii I Real Estate
e.* \b"tf luruielivd and titles (x-r/ei feil. ,) ;:ra"aTh"tI"Ison went t'i Jack- ,J to the highest and best bidder for cash I

: Maps, Plate and lllue Print Supplied. ,i son\illc Tuesday( ta meet his il utgh-' ,:in front. ot the court house door at IH"lMV -
Opposite Volusia County Hank. of town that earns 12 per cent on \, in said County, *>n Monday the'('
DEL.\.\lI, FLOKIMA.t'AKV I ter. Miss Marion, whet returneeuli! I\ firtO/aj of.4nA.. J). 1907. duringl)
( I and
_. I tl.i -gal l hours of sale, the following
-- him and will remain at homo for
: $12,000 and can buy this property idled' real\ to-wit the
if I P. LtMH+ I'.KUTlVH; you estate, ; west dt'S-j
about bis weeks before
again takingup
: fret of north 90 feet of lot 7. block;
her studies at the Florida Female <;rc<'subdivision of lots 11, 12
LANDIS & FISH InsuranceOpera
for $12,000. If you haven't but $6,000 ii.: hf dim( k; .;:{, Mason ,V: Colcman'e adj j/
I at Tallalta.. /1
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Seminary ur [ ditioit t I.i\tona; also )Kits 3 andI,

Practicing. Civil in or nil Criminal Stat busin.sMgi.nrarehil and I'e'l, ] >ralCourts. 1 l I''' or even a trifle less you can buy it just I -.YandeVord), J Da) >t na lle.uh : Mink 12: and 4.Jt.<:;ii.back"'ne's.VI sulxliMMon, Mason .'=of Colenian's lots 11,1: I

; :I I Fla., contractor and builder of cement "'addition' .II t.. foilonu, all Icing in V..- House Block, SHABREEZn, FLA
attention. S[ tiJil f.-vilith"* fur'inv.etigatingandpt'rftctinglairtiths I !wide valks. lirt t-rlu-s, workguaranteed. I lusti IVmnty, Morid.1. !
>
): the sall1eand the rest of the money :aul property| will Uv.M: I to satisfy
IhI.\) \U. FLOIIII\ ,I :"M-lt said l execution: in the :Mini' ..f I ffly and I I rOTTAfSnS FOR SALE OR l 1IEXT. Outside Acreage Pro

The 1>..1)'tonIiall team has issued three ..nr-hunlrNlths ((5 i03)) dollars ; erty, Improved or Unimproved, control most of the unimproved
DR. HOUGHTONIENTIST. : will cost you but 6 per cent, so you see I : : and intent and costs of proceeding ,I:
I 'II in Seabreeze two of the Fire Immrnn
I challenges} several clubs and hojw Lorna J. 1C.: Trit.NF.IS: property ; represents

r you can be earning 6 per cent on the I to be able to arrange for a game in \. :MienlTi'f- VoIiLsiafwiinty. Florida.-_ ', Companies that saute: throng the San Francivo! disaster with

I i : the near (IJtlJr The managementwill :I II |I i (l lirst piili Ftb. !9; U>t pub. March( .n t'apitalanti) ..tandingnnirninireI.'

.Office/ Suite .I Opera house nIoc'k. other fellow's cash. endeavor t<* have: one or mon Special Master's Sale. /lw '
: I Cu.lr anti I of ..JIWN .1 } }. }]}.. }}}}} >>JJ.m '4lJ..w. .
games every week from this time :, by authority a deer.of
force lour and sale in the Judicial
Phone 3i.STEWA11T :?. : Seventh -
I'I Pretty good proposition isn't it ? I II I on, which will pro\ide amusement I II Circuit Florida, HI and! for \' )- "' """""

lose A.Ster art EI ford WI alike for visitors and townsp'OII le. lu>ia county, in chancery in a cans !|I !III!!
I I Itt therein |nding, wherein Mary S| ence is
& MLY j know all about this and will be glad of In brewing Tetley> Teas follow ill.e I coiiiplainant and Dryson M. Milliner and l :,
I I Hosa Milliner, his wife, are defendants, j!
r'ttiunsorttriekaito .l tain lost rc- 11 will sell at public outcry to the highest' San Mateo

LAWYERS. I I the opportunity to tell you all about it FUltn- :U-M II'h-ltj; :I and) best bidder, for cash' at the front.. ;I' Cigars
door of the courthouse in the city .fDi'Lnnd
Office in Rank Building, m.LASI*. FLA I Work has Ijc-t-n commenced on the in said county and state, during -j _
e Branch office over Postoffict', 1)\YTOX.\ I and show it to you. t iJcthun-j the legal hours of sale, on Monday, I I
industrial School for
negro .April, A. 1).11)1! l being the first )Ion- j Have
I MadeA
gills, in Iilwa, '. This. it i is said day in said l month, all the following deMTibed '-
:.........,.............;il lots tracts or parcels of lands,
will be a rely ri'editable building. situate and I Iing in Volusia county,

R. L. Smith Two-thirds of the necessary funds Floridaknown and described as' follows: ,
Clapp's Pharmacy i j Lilts 11 and 10;, :''OtJhdi\'i iolJ of the of
Z L arc now in hand l and I it is hoM-d| that northwest quarter of the sotithwest Reputation

: : : J those interested. in the (project will quarter of section, town!'hfp 19, south
.l
_....... ... ... ...._ supply the ba'ati: 'by the( time i the ,,of range! 31 east, (containing 6 arms. a.
i The Rexall ; - shown by map of S. K. Wilson, tax a. -
i f :.N....1.1N...N.1.N.11......... .................. building is c-nmpl't'-d. !IVJ7.Also of'r..f: Volusia county, filed May 3, Their Own.

J Cottagers and Tourists at Daytona lot 3, Mibdhision of lots and 2,
The five orchestra of the

Drug Store I I ICor. i |.it toHit Palm lU--vh will find : Grand Atlantic pic-c-e"plays daily cm the ;!,Mttion 31 cast,\containing township! 4 19 mires, south, as shown of range by The success of the San Mateo Cigar is one

lawns!' from 1tI)::o I a. in until I IL'.W.; map of S. tit ilaon, tax assessor of

| 1 Ti"HOTEL PALM BEACH" The proprietor* extend: an invitation Volusia 159with, county.all the lorida buildings, filed thereon I May,together 3-, the greatest industrial triumphs of tilt' KastO(|
i'
Beach and Ave the enjoy tl.N'c'un-
: bt Orange to publicto with all and! singular the truehunts -
j I-autifully: )located I between the Ocean and Lake Worth in Palm heath proper .[ (-crt. .TIM!' li; hereunto lielonginc. duce the freeze.
Foot of South; llndgeG.A.KLOCK (not West I'alm Iteorh.) Overlooks the motor boat ra court e nnd convenient J. i.n; MK'iiuin.
i to its immense next door neighbor the Royal Pomdaoa. Hotel anti i
Mr. and Mr:. J luivtnond: Fernandez Special) Master.FiPt .
par,leneolf links and sun f bathing. Maintains refined patronajoi tonristsand t Made from the choicest growths of tctlxtcco' that the! 11
1.NNN.N/NN1111N1N f. inilie4kin the iuvoinodiUiont of Havana, Cuba) arrived) in I II
of
lIot..I"ut
a larpmodern pr.f.ringa 1\1I1:10( Florida and the Island of Cuba ran produce and t
little )let" of tin- formality of tlie largest hotel and more moderate rate I the last and 1 < pill Mar. I!; hat pub Mar. :.10.)
city Sunday are stopping -
AcconnxlatCH.'ir.o I -.',"( mites with liath. Itates ?:'l to ?.;. .Spwial wwkl.v. J Notkcol Applkition l.r Tn Deed t'ndcr5cc* l lied with the rich, silky leaf grown en East Coast plantaj
J" D. i Open* January :Mh. Write for illustraed] Uwklet. Addresn < with :Mr;. Fernandez'parents p lion M of Chapter 488H L.... .1 Ploridi. the cigar industry of the world has never prod need better M

j Ir. and Mrs. S.Ileymann., on Orange Notice ihereby given that C.V..
"Hotel Palm *
Beach, Palm Beach, Florida. :Sprry purchaser of laxcertificate. For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs 1 and I by Ilk 1|
a'cnuc.fr.: Fernandewho helda dated the second of June A.
Physician and Surgeon. I t.1..............NNNNIN....... ............. ..N j the i 4.17). 190., ;., has filed said day certificate in,my News Company on every train entering Florida
C..ptain'snmllli""ion Spanish
on
.......1.1.11.11.1..1111111111111.11111111111111111. office and ho made application for tax
l.TJ S. Hi ;(;wood Ave. Plume _'.". :. .. militia during the =Spanish-Atn- deed to issue in accordance with law. Twenty sixes, styles and grades to select f fI fj
crican has been in business in Said certificate embraces the following
Office Hours .-S, 1218. war, .
ties'rihf,1 l prop rty situated in Volusia
I I h Havana for over I thirty years.ilr. county Florida, towitIjut 9, blook.'i, I IOU SALl: BY ALL IJE LtHS.
.VA YTOX.lL..\. Orange City. Hie aid land being I assessed -
-- --- -- i $ Addison: O'N'iell, ()steniatli| at the date of issuance of such Mutnfart0rwl I'.v
: Ask Mr. Foster I IMr i j has;; located l at !III lily street telephone certificate in the name of Ilinily: O&tccn.Fnless .

P. R. BENNETT, M. D. I : 'I I "II.!I t f amlr.lin said to certificate'atI"shall deed! I l.e will redeemed i issue 1 S. W. ROWLEY, SaM

1-- thernjnon the 3d I ilay of .\|>ril. A. 1)
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON j \: OTlCE.I 1W7.!
:: IWei iv the. travellers friend Ins ollices \Vitnes my olfici.il signature and seal ll t J 4 _1+ r _
I Having N.I.IIIIY I 1 S'lKTal ln>.n IiaiidiMliUMne this the 1st d.I} of March, .\. IX 1907.
Phone 1-ltJ. Offi.vnt reM.eihean.l south.westconier are tearing houses for information of all sorts, 'here J I ! III Itiolgt'wufHI I (,rang.stems. .> loff all account*. I'arti.w hot iJtlills ] Clerk (circuit Court \'.>lu'i.i County,
... Olti.\I\)1J/Il) tu 'I nod d; to t you will find descriptive printed matter rimc-erning I against me ill plase .prev-nt the lond.i WE jpib |fAtl. 1 1 1
fur payment anti finite in my debt l allJl'l

Fred E.: RanKin, \ j.: travt-1: evenVThere.' .Ir. Foster knows a great deal .: i confer without ilol.iv.favor l II y M-ttling! the :> I i 1 Pint pub.) Mar :: laM pub. Mar :23.

: about (Cuba Florida, tlamaica and the whole South J 1 J. W. FFLGI1AMj ; I II NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT. I
Expert Accountant, Hooks Upcn- j : j I King-ton, 1 la.. March 'J! IW7.) In Circuit Court, ninth Ju.li..iallir

p: country. He will tell von about train schedules and -- -- - -- suit If U"n"l.i, ill and for \'..111.013 I
ed, Closed] or (;ldiusted.BOIi2Jatksonville I j W 1 1 I Pint l ptil Mar.I 'J, LL-I M.u.lo: Colllitj.I'rosa '. U
p will cfljra...'..t? your nmins at hotels; hc is always' glad I' IX"II.\\'Jlt\:
:; Florida. : :Notke' Application for Charter. as
S.Iieien I
: to answer cjuef.Jion- and to do everything to inaVe Jyour I I'c '
Notice hereby that the ;th ;
IMereueeii: S. H. HuM-ard'Jr. fitizens : given day of April, A. !h., 1M 7, the under-I" : Ilarden.l) .
: vii-it to Hnrida U th and ) i I
Hani of Jacksonville: People s I Phiiil, : > pleasant: profitableifr I signed inrorporators will apply To Itint: Harden: I r

mid Trust Co., end others.: : Foster's !'servitt are frtv-n< ftcs are ever aslo l lr : Honorable Minor S Junes, Judge of the You are hereby) re* wire'.I to appear tothe | GOODS STORED IN 6EPEOATC tOt
.. (circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial 1 I Hill ..f Complaint file.1 herein against '
p .> :aivepted si> \\IIf' von are in doubt v"0 lwtt.rp JAk Circuit of Florida for hi* approval l of a you in the :\ll \'p entitled) l cause on orbdore I 'I
New YorkLadies' : charter of incorporation of a religious the 'th day of April A. 1>. 1907
p Mr F.ister. i i society to l I.e knonn as The I'nion Sunday i The Ia\tona ('azcttt-New.-hereby 1
: ,'
St: 'had. The object of this society designated as the newspaper in w hickthis .
I
.. w: for religious and social purposes| aril 1 order shall be published t.ncI'l week ,j UI m m."ii..tJ i ,. Wi ii i l iir'iii, ii.-i"Ifi.'ii.Wi. ii.'in.

Tailor: HE PROBABLY KNO\VS : i i for the objects indicated and etpressedin for four' consecutive weeks. j I ::-: A. D. nd\Wll
i its articles of incorjx>ration. The proposed \\ linens my hand and sealt,f otFae !I :E I'reIJent '
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I! charter w on file in the .itTi<'e of thi:> :'Oth day ..! February, A. 1). 1007. !
the Clerk of the Circuit Court Volusu'fountv I .tMUlL1).JOhI.tN.Clerk.:
of
j :
Formerly of Fifth Avenue" has ()P- :: Mr. Ft et.r'a.flit cs are at the Sign 1.>f the 'Jnl"i i I during the pendency of tlm no- T r. FITZCIRALI: i MERCHANTS
toed a store for LADIES' TAILO1IIXO : : KDW1N PETERSON. I! .:\\ 1)ISA11: lI I, I. BA

I and Remodeling, i.r anything ': _.lion Mark in JJacksonville. ('liASnrIlF.IUI.I.: :Solicitors for l'oHi4aiuant.| is 'Br.n-fc %.!..). Cunty Bank T "
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in Tailoring; line. Also French :: St. Augustine.Palm : I'EDGAR:. itOMII.LEIt A. RICHARIK i :: '.'apital N orl.. .... .... .... _.. .... _.. . .. +
Cleaning and :\0 nCI:. ,
the Pressing.In : 1. AllKINXT. : Personal Liability......... ........... ... .. .. .
rear [of Aultman's stOrt" : Beach. Miami. : .
: -- Notic IS hereby ghrn that. sit months
corner Beach'and: Orange\connette'iwith I .ifti tor date the undersigned, executrix of I I' Transacts a General Banking business.

Aultman.. Special attention to I ': Havana, Culm.V:1shil1 tol1. I). C. t E. FITZGERALD the will of Henry 1'. Hand late of VoluMa -
nent's Tailoring. Willall for .. : County will file her final accounts I 4 I j>er rent. I Interest Compounded Quart'r'\: |
and deliver i ATTORNEY AT LAW a executrix with the County Judge of
goods. .
I i DAYTONA S, Volusia County, Florida and ask for an :: Savings AccountsSafety .
FLORIDA'Si
I order of final discharge. :-

H. STETLAND. ..+...N..>4.....>.>..>.>>>>.>1>111N1....*4....>.>....1 I OK!'ifl facihtiw lii SLauL for LI.eiatninlnnland*'k. I'roont" UI Mfc: Thi March LYDIAIMAND MtU, 1907 Executrix: I '' ... IVpo-u 15.at '' R.:,'
I IL .
{yiinuH ...I.I.I..y.,, WNHHN,.'. .'."!'NN."fy.I..w
S L J JID. I

eivmg many souvenirs ol imf |' *"'.-.(

J day tt The A j'tin in Daytona. Pictorial edit I J.

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