The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 1907
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Tucson lanu to IK-IUX the oklot for of tin-it bra .. llcicrigm ., .. S lilies\\" '. Inauc''s << 'IIIII.'ulJ.h'lOllH'IIIr:: i'e>l
.. lays it one own AC*" named! in honor ( Mr Tumbull" :
; ;;.'. city within the limit of the I lilted j and early history of the old rock birthplace, :smrni.i, and constructed ; Cards; Talking Machines, Dolls Tovb, and) Notions N

i State,, St. Augustine prides herself t>n house will prohibit ever reiuiin unwritten ,, the old/ stone buiMinc/ '14: ,
=Strohm Co. her ancient origin and the quaint| architecture -I la,torj, I It wi: here they built thiir homes t i! j U BARNESWill S

of old building! Newport II It !,o getting well along toward two :! rather primitive in design. mode of'dimtndons I
thinks that her old mill may ban been hundred years since Dr. Andrew' Turn. And !simple! of structure. *, also frame your Pictures, !sharpen your Saws! :

ti Successors) to built by Norsemen, but cirtumttance1,I bull tonvf-rtni the Old Spanish Minion I' planted: l their finii. grew their trgr. 1 :S Kniveo. Cciesnrs. Lawn Mowers, Etc, :nil d I will ,:

'- PECK & FOSTER. history and l tradition justify the claim into the C OM :<:ug. :ir Mill, ai it i M sometime tablesand kept fowl+. .\ft.-ra term ifthrw j ( repair almost anything that 11 nut of whu.k. i
that the Old Spanish Minion !situated known now'. Its quaint construction I years 1<*-nn-e fur uriibiill I ill gr\\ : h

F tnil7Groceries two miles west of :New Smyrna and the tine dul 1: walls and decree of 'I' ing Mlg:in'tine and il..li|ig: I I "old rock house" are perhaps the oldest erosion bespeak the early origin of this l II c {flUltI"fn'C'II..m! given 111f'i'J] le.mcs :
standing structures in Uncle Sam's do- picturesque ruin. Vs you inter this and fifty t acres of LindHemuneratne .. I
Gram Fancy 2; main. The old rock house is south of once" !splendid building you pass: undera returns 'Ii\ result of : BARNES i

us about twelve miles on the lJa.tona.Xew grand arch through the first w\11.: To their hbors mule Turnbiill ton avaricious t .

FoodNIT' Smyrna road opposite the Inlet the right after you piss this arch and and he forgot his pledges to them. : THE NOVELTY MAN. :
Little remains of the rock house today,I partly hidden h). julmettos bay and He continued to hold them as slates, : .
.lH,. I however, for during the past year it ha tbeen j..her trees andines !stands o another worked! them cruelly, and so held them : 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. :
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1 almost entirely undermined by the : wall. This bide ,,'all. whuli doubtlessonce many years, their numbers dwindling to :: PI lt)11ln.: NIII

....................NNN-..... ... ........ ......... I shell Florida from East the Coat mound Railway in which taking it i helped to enclose a handsome about that he M)0;ha.lliiol effective workers It M Mid :. .IeI.ISISIS..1.t..SI.ISI.I.ISISI.I.t.IUSI.IIIS1:
upon chapel bas,tbree finely arched windows stocks' whipping post
Stop Darning I stands. It antidates Turnbull's time I the stonework massive and cut and dungeon; fur those who fII..IICfI.l l

when you'once the i but how long no one knows It was ', with a precision winch betokens: something In order to utilize the rich muck lands :...................................................:
buy new wear-
built largely of cocuma stone, a &t>ncj I i i A'cry much lIl"we.the. ColonialUses back of the high haniinock, Turnbull
proof, rub-droof, lincnrcinforccd"Cadet" I I composed largely of the shells of the coquina -, of manufacture. The chancel end had a large number of drainage canals 2

4 4 Stockings, made of plain clam. This ancient structure was I I of the chapel as well as the front in cut to the Halifax and Indian River! I CONRAD GROCERY CO.Successor i
yarn-twisted threads-so that
2Ox36 feet and stood upon an immense which is the tall arched doorway are in North These canals arc today discharging .
the roughest wear can find no mound of oyster clam, conch and other .
a good state of presenation Thechapel'seems the sujierabundant water as in .
a U. weak places. Dyed fa-t and .
shells, with which are found pieces: ofI to have stood injthe: anglej I Turnbulls time. In Daytona are anumbf.r
j pure, will never stain or burn I : ( to E. T. Conrad & Co.) :
These mounds ..
pottery. are not supposed -1 j I a far larger builder, the latter si-n which i prove a urce of interest"
25 and : :
cents a pair guaranteed. l the work of "\I .nd Builders j
to <> ,
r, >e ing probably as a inon.i!'tir> This: to visitors.
THE PECK-HENDRICKS CO. ," whose massive ruins are I'I larger building was in. the form of a The rich .Ult of land which l>earsTurnbulls : Carry a Full and Complete i
found in Ohio and .-hwhere, but are cros, each arm 1..0 feel in length IIuntlf' Tunibull I hammock .
('(,r. (Beach St and Magnolia \\- '., the accumulation of shell left h l the'I .
j Now drop in a little scrap t>f lu"tury --extini s fi. m the hradwati-rs! tithe :i Line of Plain and i .
YTma, I'LA.N Aborigines congregated on the coast It i* am:ttter.>f nenrdthitin :;eptendr Halifax I.. hl'i villnm. lnd>au li! I :. Fancy
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Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Oiling, Brick, Lime I w,1 :. The Conrad Grocery Company i.
; ; and Cement in Stock. nflflre Hallway and and Yards Oran:le f'.Avenue.( t :. H:. T. found A Co s. old stand :.

J M IM.M-Bond Mill.Atlantic"..a.tlineMy.noumileewuthofJaet.on.llle.: .................................................N..
Kalamaino on Nunrnrd Branch e>f the K. 1//:.(\ Rjr. ..
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Phone 83 R. J. MALBY. Manager. I 1 1f 1yt
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TilE (HI) SP.1Ni:,11 1I.5IOX: I TWO MILES; \\'I::-:T or NK\\ SlUN .
I MERCHANTS BANK I 1 1in : I It will pay you to investigate :
great numbers! to indulge in gi tron- H13 ('oluo.hLstarlol. pruliblyfiftymiles in length and' : .
'Br.n-% \'aI..1e CMaty Bat) omie(' fei: !ts-ojster', clam, conchs or rather the first since varying: widths, from a few huntlrt'tll j
Capital Rtocl... ...................................$ 50.00J 0.:1 I shrimp, cribs fish, turtles, terrapin, t
Personal Liability....................... ............... 100.(Nltl) ducks, Reese, antelope, hear turkey: the \\est Indies -fnr : I: .'*. It is: in this IiamnuM k. rich in : .
i Tra.MCU a Central. Banking ButlneM. etc., being some! of the toothsome beat I ing a fleet of M"\' I : : aMimiulitcd vegetable mold of many : GROCERIES :
: dishes of these! people's menu. At the men ",'ellanned. I I of decay, stn'teller of miles ;

14; per cent. I Interest Compounded Quarterly Paid on I: spots: marked bj these shell mounds ]I I and fijuippnl, and I w il I and there made immensely! and in We can save you considerable :
'i I Savings Accounts. l!! these first inhabitants! held their powWows -i!I mission to ""build! : !' nehrrbv I the piling of "shells'' .
i !, war council, their green corn !j tion of the New \\oild! the ,\bonemcs: lurm; their feasts aewhere +
{I i Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent' f| dances, sang their songs, recounted cperiences \-;(, religion The voyage to a h.d u|1">ii, tint, I"lurnUV I : $ vp 4) 4) 4> 4> S 3) i

... of the chase, practiced: arch- .tWoeril, :: iati< '(' t and l test, lIa''rt'll..r&IIg/': 31 1 f NHW wluwrr r. rnww, vimwiwm'imwMwtffffffffffffffffffffftfrfff't l ery, the young braves chatted l "-.illv i Xo time limit was imj> l theind .>.f Turnbiill lvritni I' __ .. little sentimental nothings" with the'| history records the : catne IIi. rfhdli.I. |hates. )! -'
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I III"lua\\8-1 all peoples] that in three years ( a |Mnut where forltear.tnit.n I| 1'N '
i WHEN YOU, ARE CONTEMPLATING ; have since Adam and will while time I back in chains i longer :i virtue. Threw "f Ihi.irl I .
; 'lasts-while the slimy mollusks stewed i the major happenings '... as, .ngpr..lrlFgalrs e-<','I..I.|
rjj getting a Galvanized) Iron Tank, a new Tin Hoof, a Hot Air Furnace: in the great kettles, the fat bivalves i What could l tie more : St. Augustine,I made known to The North Beach st. Grocer. :.

modern popped on the roasting:: coals the venison I II the log of these ('\' governor there the state of the. New
the other metal necessities required to complete a
or of ) Telephone No. 19. :
any I browned on the spit over the )lire I the day they set sail to )' !:t e-filonv', 'n,..) were promised:

t ; dwelling remember that ; oak faggots; meanwhile the soulful were I Spain Thesec"els and protection under his Spanish .ISlSI...t.t.tIISt.t.t.t...I.I.IIIIISISI/111....SI.1:
3 ; chatting to the tune ..f their quaint : gether three years, j' so the first fine morning found
tringed instrument" But pardon: a'' months. Considering withdrawn as :body, a miserable -
3 I C. NASH'. dl SON-I fanciful digression! is.unquestioned) l) the IIf l the former hopeful colony: ..

1r DAYTONA. FLA. I The old rack house: had no reef these ter of the leaders of } today the desiendent of these n
many j ears. Break in the concrete. it takes no great I form a large: percentage fir the
are best prepared to Rive prompt and reliable service at fair prices ; floor permitted the growth of cedars tion to conclude that !! "" ('ity'". worthy |i.puhtion l What Do You Know
.y 'i ; which now tower above where the walls coisted the Florida !

General repair shop' on Yolnsia Avenue, next to the Armory. : itood. A niche in the wall indicated a Inlet now called () !
aster at The Austin.
I receptacle for the statue of the Virgin sed a< they must have l I
f Phone> ,3. Out of town work solicited. Mary rich hammock land, ) last holiday the 100" season About That ?

1 ..............................*.......*.*.... Standing upon the highest of these and proceeded to carry delightfully observed :at The Austin,
walls before the recent destruction, I btoll: '\ wish, that of Iris teen famous for its novel 'n-I
i .. > .Nt +...++.++**.+*.++.*.+.+****+**+**+++++**.1, what a magnificent panorama met the to dedicate the New \\ .. ,

L J. 11. GARRISON R. TAYLOR View. A painter's vision could scarcely i ti.>n religion The hi I \ the breakfast table each fluid. ) A real estate proposition in the cen- .

'' : excel it: giant live oaks with mossy : is rone! \\lio else ) I I at its plate a 'beautifully ''r' .1 hri": i! I:: 't j Running wire is the right :
; I way : decorations and set with lichens and I if The Aborigines: I '<| Easter esc.and at some "f the !I ter of town that earns 12 cent
:IH 11. 'j:1 i: ::1 and the right price is what we can ",. at tiich all had' per on
: seabon
I 'l tc,llt.J I : waving ferns"', wild oranges !lunging in that type of guests
1 i' I rd;! !ll j!: ,I. ela. \\f' ban f'JlfWnf'nff in electrical 2 golden clusters, palmettos and magnolias !style e.f cccIesiastK! meeting for many weeks a general !

.. \'.. clot! :q" "'!'I' ,: ;(; work and can: carry: workout : holly crimson with berries, cedars I much in vogue in &. : .. of Easter: cards took pliceMr :, $12,000, and you can buy this property
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!, successfully' that i a entrusted i .a'r
: "I' i : and tall sighing pines: all about j'ou the time the New \\ Austin again treated the piestto I
';:,1.;. i tit'Y! to us. Reuse good material and Eastward a couple of miles: and Jon see Turnhull would "\ "&nt dinner surprise.' The ilming for $12,000. If you haven't but $6,000or
1. v1 r ;' I r. our figure on &good work are as :: miles and miles] t.f breakers in one long I anything like it for : : >m and Uibl l.- were artistically: d..'O- '!
4 low, if not lower, than you can ... with pilms and ferns, and 1 each ,
lIt.' 1: white line, and the blue illimitable sea pose-, and those who trifle less it
even a can buy
i obtain elsewhere. We mule ana Curving from you a few white perks on I with the d.tail..f Ins !' found a souvenir, bunch of hand- i you fist
I inspection of our methods. s: it, sails set to the breezes Directly in his colony know that par..r Mtgnolia-j msid of whuh''! I
9 f : : front is the Inlet, dividing as it comes, tire for the ....r"hip"f :i lci\I <'on taming .I..r..1 I | rand}.1' the same and the rest of the money

2t Daytona Electric Co. north is the Halifax, south the Indian I wa. foreign to his ', Tin tables' were so pretty and the .

.: .> South Beach Street. :: River north. To the left Ponce Park s 1 1+n\s no other way to \ so; unique that a chorus or will cost you but 6 per cent, so you see
,' .11. 232 2: with its giant lighthouse tower, to the I (lrt''f'nl'f'If this : >e :and delight' arose as c.r as I
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:.' ............slrNNN .............................. right front Coronado of you innumerable Reach Immediately uplands,washed in I I Turnbiill manufacturing found. plant and c '' \fterdmner gue ts! entered vote the nxitn tf tltankwas '..1 you can be earning 6 per cent on the

......... ..NNN1.NN.N..NN.N.NN ... : by ebbing and flowing tide, lined with IMPRINT Or TilE ,-redfor the many courle.ie.. ex-
( Our Prlcei are Rlaht-3>racblntor, the B..t. : mangrove bushes to whose roots and I to theciHsN:: Iv tie |lr"l'ri.t..r other fellow's cash.
I F.ltablllb :.t .Iare COIO\\ his wif... 1
".. submerged limbs as is often the ca-e 1
; f le-: ,. / Stationery and : with the lie oak., cling myriads c.f <'>'5-1 j I>r, Turnbull has l' I Pretty good proposition isn't it ? I II
1. i I Portable Engines : tees so truly "oj"tcrs grow on trees in j I before formally Two Booze Dispensers Sentenced.

: Z and Boilers, Florida." I doner, who Ret William VriioH, :t iilored know all about this and will be glad of
_ From the sea this old rock !house was I years ago brought his .' I |
SAW MILLS. THRESHERS. (': known" n" )lIlt t"rmilk Hill,
Mr 2 difficult of access You go in at Mosquito Mmorcans from the : !

:; : ORIST HACHINES nit .-3....SHINGLE all kl... .! Inlet, leave the Halifax a little :. may be worth 'tating l liquor guilty before to the Judge charge Stewart of illegal, it :ale lv- the opportunity to tell you all about it I
;: 2 nec'lu7 mad Hill Sappllc.. : way up for tidewater creek which windsa prior to that time a > M'nida}. lie will spend ten

i Write today for our complete catalogues. We can save you mont'). serpentine course among the mangrove families from the improving the public highwiTsf and show it to you.
familiar thou 1 the rich ]
.i islands and only pilots on
Address all letters to ; '
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"e Completed earned in JtO< I \olu->ia County for the offenae.
: el SwtYNN1 F ,yta Sur t, with the route can go by water. Ow- I Inlet
: 2 COMPANY ATLANTA, UEORULA. said toha\e The alubrit of the Helen Houndtree, a du.ky dime from '
:*s; MALSBY ing to its inaccessibility it i } I
: NN11NNNNN..N..j....................... been therendenousc-f a band of marauders -' tivenessof; the oil t Helen f. received like often aeenten'''', "f 'en R. L. Smith. '
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;:: lOs. fIL! -_-, -----------_v)pp -pplY.- i and pirates. It is: related that this little band from a: I I
after one act ot great brutality m which lantic :attracted the
i REALII vessel was wrecked near the Inlet and fish explorers and Xli)is.. ilary Ihxon of Lrid eton,
'r: BUTLER a the crew butchered, they deserted the bull got permission to J.. who hive: been spending the .................tete........................

:: ;, J. C. ) ESTATE. rock: house,leaving the victim suspendedin which he secured as at or near Palatka, visited

-. 'J, .. the doorway. Here the skeleton diterrancan Islands : I Mr. and ilrs. D. D Rogers, on

l .,"" Cottages For bale or Rent. Phone 234. dangled for tome time and was removed Greece. They located I Beach street, for several days I Buy the Gazette-News Pictorial Edition.HtfItY.
of the week. .
4 ':: DATT( A. BEACH. FLORIDA.K by the TimuquA Indians who mistook called Mosquito, ,I forepart
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; THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS I the winter at t tine Hraneli Knave, ;::

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY : SEABREEZE and : left Tuesday! for I Indiana. The New The largest il] i

II J. J. Binhop came up from Miami this'

r[ T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor I DAYTONA BEACH : (Thursday) morning on a vi-it to hi* If .
f -- -- I family. Oil If of souvenir l goods ; !

: .......................... Miss Collins ana nicic, who have been -
in the L .. Ijcabrcczt; April .)-A cottage across occupying rooms > |>

( INCORPORATED ) front the Wilmans Opera House on left Thursday& morning for St. Augustineand ; Stove i il to be found .inDa= j ; sI

-- -- Ocean Boulevard the property of Miss! other points! of interest on their way I Ii : :

Entered at tie Postoffice at Daytona Florida, as Second Class! Mailer. Vernon, occupied by J. R Williams i home.

arul mother was destroyed fire Sunday Mr.( and I Mrs. Wlllfllnll1rull.hy. who i iI I : tuna at the .,j ; 1 1i

morning about 3 00 a. ni. Mr, mate' l Inset. oeeupv'ng the ('o<|uiria Lodge I I II : .

{ SUBSCRIPTION RA TES. Williams and Lie mother were sleeping; on tie l la h. left Monday( moining for I I .1' : -.I:

One copy one year-.__.._..._.__.___-._...................-...---.......11..VI. in the upstairs bedrooms. Mrs. Williams .. their home in Minncaiolis, '(illll. I II 'I i
: One six: months _ ....... ...................-.--.-.... .".., who was awakened by the sound< I Miss(i Wallacewho has: 11f'I'nith Mrs.( Different from other oil stoves. Superior becauseof ''i

t.;;- One copy copy three months..___......__.--............-.-..-. ......... Ant of falling, plaster and the crackling ol.r Todd' this winter has= returned t<> her its economy, cleanliness, and easy operation. The I The Shell Boat. J JI i. <

ADVERTISING RATES. the blaze, called to Mr( William thai i i homo in .\Arkansas.I .
I Jlagi.ind: wife ha\r itiotnl into .
that MtmcthiiiR: unu>ual was going: on NEW PERFECTION ..
DISPLAY ADVKUTlSliMKXTS.; down fctair I'JI'III"I1f'nill the o 1I1 i i.It''. i j tin- ILIUMnillit Iy |plln.II.1 of :Mrs.I .

;, Hate iuch insertion to regular advertisers-........ ..................--.... cents I I I I J T.nM. I J'
Rate per inch jicr insertion for less than three month............ ... ........--...I ; "'lit" door the MifTocatinj: ( Miiokc I thai fillet (iille S Dock, ;;: '.
Rate per per inch per per insertion for single insertion...... ......................................: home and 1 in imii babv. i is rejoicing II
down stairs to gi'.. ilio al.mn. u : new"

.', kate per line each insertion READING..... __. ____............................. .10 cents Mrs. Williams followed 1 immediately am.!I. "' the The heaits canI4l...f the Inn hoii.-diold a dance- Mondayevening ( fuel expense and lessens the work. Produces'a ::1 I R. T. McFadden. i; ); :
RATES FOR CHURCHES. LODGES, ETC. as she teacheil thcMttinj: ;room the kitclien gave strong -working flame instantly. Flame always
and church notices, other than religious was enveloped in Hanicsand red blazi, : which was much enjoyed by theparticipants. immediate control. Gives results JI
All club society oanization.lode& quick ..... .
t services, 5 cents per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolutions, ."> cents wa.. licking up the walls of the dininf; I TI..- follow ing arc among without overheating the kitchen. Made in threes I
line. Legal advertising at legal rates. and hi few minutes their <1' I the recent arrivals at this |M>pul.ir winter : *
per room, a eap les. Every stove warranted. If not at yourdealer's. .. .. 3
GENERAL PROn IOiS. would have 11f'f'1shllt and I .summer resort hotel: Mrs. Sara
.. i by way "f tin stairs write our nearest agency for descriptive
.- No single charge for display advertising of any kind less than :14)) miH.. ..IT. II' IIear, Germantown, P.i.; Miss Jennie circular.muRjtoLamp. Winton Automobile :
Good givvn advertisement. An extra chargeof :i'nt IHT ir..hwill MorrUtown( N. J.lrs.. Mul- _
; position : every time the Hamilton ; wa'"
In the shortest possible: general I
than be made five for inches.ads with specified positions. No special I jioMtions piven on adslegs << :11mn3.. given and:1 self-organ.t I ford and Miss Mann( liinghamton/; N. J J'it I To Exchange 1

:: No advertisements accepted for the first page. il.'Oll"Mlyof l firemen went to work t..11 Y.; I. M. Metlake.( Marquette, Mich.; =

Extra charge made on display advertisement containing, nn avcrnpeof more rescu' Midi furniture as could Iw reach. (;eo. A Ifc.ughton Miss Itiiiighton: For Real Estate.' ;:
than 30 words to the inch. and t Washington l D. t*. : f
i ciifroiii the burning building <
All bills payable on the first of each month. and wife U. the best lamp for all.round household uc. We have a client who has' a i
II. L. Tobin Cleveland
._ -- tae the joining cottage: owned bMr ;*r ; Made of brasi throughout and beautifully nickeled.)
----- -. I IVrnard and Mr. Haigh Fortunatfly Mrs. J. A. Goodinili Providence, I R.! I.; Perfectly constructed; absolutely safe; unexcelled Model A, 50 h. p. Winton; Automobile

: SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1907. the night \\"iwrfectly still, :an I T. I D. Camplx-ll, wife snd child.Chicago; in light-givinj power; an ornament to any room. fully equipped, new : -
I Every lamp warranted. If not at dealer's, '
heat I 1':. I). Tohcn and wife, are among the your -
tinlight bieeze created by the in the of 'condi
I write to our nearest agency.STANDARD tires, and pink
: ;. .. ..;....;............:1 I rurnmi"i'JII.-r" refute.1 I minor repair- carried north. which was the least point late arrivals at the White 11""",, Tineprtronage OIL COMPANYNorman tion; car cost $3,800. Will exchange ;
.r this hou- has IK-CII
i ) :!
The residence ;
of wasonsiderably
; Th rf'l'ort..f' the Ma'e auditor wasirescnttMj danger. llaigh .UI ""UL&TU) '
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS : I I Mrs. How- for gilt edge real estate : .
the that Mr. and .
season -
i ordered filed and published.. / scorched as also was Irs.lkTllard's past -

I i URGE REINSTATEMENT .il its: required by law. It will bv found in : bicycle hoube. However, by arJ have decided to have the dining or first mortgage.If .

: OF JAMES W. PERKINS. i another column of the Gazette-News.: the heroic work of those pn:>cnt. both room enlarged to a seating capacity of you have desirable real

I Mry Clews of Daytona, was allowed houses were saved. I forty guc:.:. Many have been turned I estate you desire to trade for ;

,. i --- :1 I $5 per month and S10 for two months The loss; to Miss Vernon will perhaps away the past month for la k of sufficient one of the best automobiles ;

: : At the meeting of the County be covered by !SOO), Mr. and Mrs. Williams I! accommodations. I

.. f Commissioners Monday evening I I pastOn the recommendation of .\ sCrsor lost all their dining room furniture -;j A biithday rC'f'l'tiQna" given Mr.I .-. manufactured see us at once. :

j the following resolution was unanimously I Wilson, Dr. J. A. Van Valzah of Daytona included in which was a handwmc I Stephen, Smith at her, residence Wednesday I I Daytona Real Estate and In. : 1.AWHITRYT .

":. adopted: : I Beach was allowed a rebate: of sideboard brought vcr from England, | evening by her many friends. The S. DaytonLUMBER. surance Company. C. S. Harris :

: : Whereas, we are informed that I 11700; in valuation to apply on lOOt; tax. as well as all wearing apparel. I I I lady. returned from prayer meeting to Manager.

: certain charges: have been preferred Mrs. Mary L. Stanley, of Daytona The storm Monday night trashed find her liou.-c in the hands of her ... ..... .
asked reduction in the valuationof the entire of the friends. A pleasant ocial time was f'n.
tor a nearly length
: J ; against James W. Perkins, as I. II away ..
i 3 County Solicitor of the Criminal the Stanley House, and the iintterwas Clarendon pier and d\magell.the underpinning joyed. Htfrekhments were' served during -or

{.I Court of Record of Volusia (County referred to Assessor Wilson.II. of one of the bath houses.: A I the evening Such neiichborly ineidinN .- IMi. \V.A. ,OVE,
Florida. C. Haven addressed communication few sections of piles still stand: to represent remind that tine "milk of bumunkindne '
i ] ; "
r < > And whereas the Governor of the to the board calling: its! attention to the 900 feet of pier. l Dr. Totter, it !." ix not merely a figure; of YanI M.iKnoIi.-i: Avniur ansi) .K. E. ('. Kail tray. Also'

State has seen fit to suspend the I the fact that the pump on the county is understood l l"ilI, rebuild at UII.'('. At I. I"'h.| I }1'Iaus) )KstiiuateH: i and.) :Siiwrintoii\ | well between and Del-arid was the I each wreckedappearance Mr ami Mr,. Walter Claik iniv..l.einltheir !
-T .1; ; said James W. Perkins from said Daytona present presents a beautiful winter home on I the. I Halifax *o:! Sniili" I Ifcwh Stnrl.V.. II. KDMONDSOX: ) ) ) Manner: ,
broken and that he would fix it without and i fo strewed for miles I
v i office And; whereas we are satisfied :. charge if the county would pay for the with ,driftwood mile j 1",1"0; and I thewashup ; and I left M..n ii.. yiril ami n-sMeni-o.< "* .Ilrsw: ....r, UMtivwood mid "nl"I\:

material. The proposition was accepted.After from the sea. Midi.ISev.. I'HOXK: HU.
) | that the charges are I ... .
i the transaction of other routine Mrs. Meyers( who has last here, r..rpu.t I : Kirk: and rall.ilH" I the *r.itef -- .- a

; false Now; Therefore, be it resolved ill business the board adjourned until the month ..r two will leave Mondayfor ( .. 111 rieipientthis n.nnnrniiig: of :. lx>\ Ifornmng.nc I DRS. ATWOOD RAWLINGS[ :

Iftth when they will receive the bid for Atlanta. from their, generous IId.I.r.. I
the Board of
that we, as County .
i I the construction; ..r the Duylona-IV- if J. II. !! J. X. Camlile.: i ,
Commissioners of Volusia County I Land rond.COPIOUS!. :Sidney the HaiKU southeast purchas'-d and northeastlots ( I| W. I'. It-! Lu.nii u.d family I. ft Wi..l- ........................... .......................... Physicians and Surgeons.Dr. .
i in the Trreger
Florida, do urge the Senate i .
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( ('!i.II\- for their t home I in Sprout Itniok i
I interest of the tax payers and in i -- on Ocean IJoulevard and Atlantic : : Attention, Tourists. AttMHHlt ofhW, No.2; H. UUltwwond.llr. !.
also the SilL Morris( house mill IX. Y.f I II
avi'iiue, ;
: justice. to 11..id James W. Perkins I RAINS lot Ocean Uoutovard.Dr. I 1'ev. Kirk haojieneil a i hurch regis- i iI \".1| alii.| ,".r. ..f l I'iiH- i'i.mrll.; Von v. ii. lind I IN-! |I.ur"t AsworlHH-" ( ltiw liiitrxolfti-eiMerCiilk'a drill Vtoiv
on !
that they do reinstate him to ------ --- ------
: I fir wlu'eli is alreiKly proving, it-elf a \'al-1 I I.in..t"Brio'I.." and
of and :Mrs.! Island have: recently
\i I the position of County Solicitor ualje ..r hf.irmmiati.cm. I
] Meefsxory C. C. BOHANNON
l>eeu making considerable impnixemcnt I Best of at the
| the Criminal Court of Record of I HAVE FALLEN. t .- i Quality Cigars
Volusia Florida.IDELANDDAYTONA. in I their handsome home ly-tJll'.sPa.
c Electric fixtures have been in, i I Railroad Information or Reservations Physician and Surgeon.
:...... ..................: H K K light : put I i CITY HOTEL.
the house is receiving a coat of paint anew (;:nil (III W. I). :-t.ark. traveling pas.-"h- :
Accompanied by Strong Breezes ()tliie the A wood I'hnruiAejr,. l\I.h
stable; has l>mi Imilt for the aeomo.dation iger agent, Atlantic Coast Line. onVe I it Oniltxeeinie.. I I ollin rlj h ny tonu HOIIM-I" .) ..

Beach Property DamageJ-Iloth of their fine horse Ida, and the i with Conrad Heal Estate C'oiniany: I !'street IUYTO.\A, FLORIDA.Telephone .
Ts.'"" <,lii7o; ni 0 l'ran: <,Ii of, lot,n.-n-s Ii;>MMX.iliO. .
: Ocean Piers are done. new Stanhope pliarton, ju..l arrived.Mr. | C..nra.J block c.pp.r-it ('ity Hall. Two Xo. 74.

( Diggctt, Sr.. of Manchester Kng-' days ,-aehn f k, Tuesday md Sal tmr.l.tv.:

1 ROAD IS'ASSURED.V section The long la. t wished Sunday) for night.rains The fell droughtthat in this land, "vho has lain here on :1bit In ; '.lUUa.):( Li.. to I2.INI: ( ) in. AddaJn", l- ( II. MATTHEWS, Proprietor. E. L. STEWART M. D.

hii: son, W. I. Diggrtt. for some time- i< omeeb..x .;>19.! I Daytona) ( il'riila.NOTICE. .
had l been experience! Ifor month past: left for iH-troit Midi., where he \. ......+v.............................. ............. 2 Physician and Surgeon
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It K K has been broken and 1 horticulturists -
effectually ;
; liefurc returning
\\'iIli..it another son -- -
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Mp""lal attention to I>t.!ai of tbeEYK
County Commissioners Have .Drawn are happy.The to England.: ; . . . 1
-., . . . . !)r .'.'.C..J te .i it. i;: fi ti; fiI
rain commenced Sunday evening Miss( M. Jones wino has luf-n. mvupy- i t : :, EAR THROAT antI KOSR

.i Specifications and Called for Bids and was accompanied by high u hid, resulting lug the Johnson cottage! : left for I ItostonWednesday. i :-;"alo..ll.iJ"fI'I I hereby' r''I|ties.ld. to in- I !; Office and retl for the Construction. in some to propertyalong I submitted to the, Clerk ..( ti" (Circuit; Palmetto
.S iainagr The accede
Court: "ii or Ixfoie April Kith, 1007 for it i Seaside Inn. i iI I
That there will be a hard surfaced ::; the Ix-ach. The :grandstand:; of Mr.( Plumb, Irs--- of the. ('ol.mules, II the building and eonstruction. i.( t the Telephone( -

road between and DeLand I' the Florida Kast: Coavt :\Automobile. ; and family lave for tin-, north next 'I'I hard in.rface: road I IM'lw.'f n I DeLand andHaytotia. I
Daytona now IM.th'' 1 i: (jf oi.n '1\: lmIzr.: : : :. rm.t.cisii.tlm.; 1'. '
sociation was !swept away, and i : I IVI.-iil'tl: >|Mt-ifiVatioti: follow" I : 0.) Q.A.KLOCK.M.D.Physician ; )
: seems a certainty. At the meeting of Tuesday.Mrs.! I Ie, .
: the County Commissioners held at De-. ocean piers are practically ruined.About I. ( Ortli entertained the following I The<< Ifctard .4 County t (CoiniiiKiofiersrescr I !' Now "|1'..n fur theM-iHi.iM.4 f 1!Mts..7 under I tl..- iiiaiiiijr.-tm-nt or I IMowner.HORACE .

Land Monday evening and ,Tuesday fifty feet of the Clarendon Pier pleasant: party Wiilmfday evening, \ the, riulit lo rejx-l any and I allbids. : and Surgeon. -"' \
morning it was voted that a committee is gone and nearly seventy feet of the viz.. Misses Pearson Misses(i llorgman* I I ; F. STEWART. j
Keating Pier. The ocean approaches: to i:. i.. ii ii"iai: :. I 139 S. Ilidgewood Ave. Phone 2->. f.
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he I Miss Halo, Miss Helen Hurgman* and H..I..U..IIM-an.l I H.-U ilimteil H.tTtonu Ibin-h.' Tli hotel l
appointed to draft and publish '. | on m HKxIiTtl ill | .J
all bridges! are badly washed and considerable Attest : dim. ltd. ( .i. ( '.mi.S.nmnii : Office Hours 12:30-3 p. m., 6:30-8: p. m.
plans and specifications for building a I Jerome bergman I Deliciou conftction : I II. Jordan, Herk.I.NSIWJCTIO.NS ;I i all if .tI['[><.intiiients with large. vry plei.aiil rooms, overlookingthf i I --1"
hard surfaced road between the two i beach. wreckage i U !strewn, along the and cakes! were served and the occasion : : 'iei>nn. 'Hi'I& "I'IM.ito. Keatin: ;.(V i'-isino nnd h-enii i'i'-r. DAYTONA FLA. :

principal cities of Volusia County and I wa full' of enjoyment for those: : : FOR IUOUl\fi.: I '.
ask that bida be submitted at a special: 'I The telephone line of the. Florida last: present. P. R. BENNETT M. D.
Coast Automobile .\;;!K ciation w.-n also: I entertained tin- I I. All .bid-. to N- "" :11..1 and delivered ii::1 Surf Bathing is Unex elled. I ,
. : meeting to be held April 16. Commis-I swept Mrs.! Alice (;iod.smark to the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ...rIwf..rf'
sioners W. II. McBride and A. H. Ry away.Stewani ladies of. the Clarendon orchestra lat l I 1''o'clock: a. m. \prilll;, l JIO! I .
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I>Ohm, of the Automobile I I !' '!'!'!' !'YY.'i '!' .fiYii i .r.-. 5ij.uimnjjnj': : :; ;j55 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ..
land were appointed as the committeeand Friday afternoon. !. The bids shall IK tinitn'ii (XT lin ,
they already have the plans and Club House, reports that l'Of'kPt're i L. Z. llurdick is vHting; : his daughter ('alrnil.. for the whole piece of work }
seen ascending from a Vessel; off the I 3. Kids I will )I"> rci-eivcd for grading:: / Phone 14ft. OffiV at residence aouth-
specifications drawn and a notice Miss (Jrace: who is a Stetson pupil at Niagara Hydraulic .
appears coast to the southeast Monday( morning I the I>cl.and-Diytona( road and. I for hard Engine sscsteornerof Ridgewond and Oranjwaventie
in today's Gazette-News callingfor I DeLand. He will return Monday even Mrfacing said road. "lltr&I.I| : ..r .-!' I *. OHk( hour 1 to :J ansI 0 to H
bids. : but nothing further tins IxTn heard: : w h.I.I. ... w ill ii N liver \\nter,( in ;iImmnlamiet<) |In rxiinls within z

from the vessel.; I ing.Mrs.. fiodsniark i is lily i.mn.ibuilt J. .iiiI< "..,k to li.> |IlIli.1 l tot b\ into '"f the It II---------- -
having a | !SUHRV.' rcquir'-H !
At the meeting held March 16 the following .I absolutely no atfcn- : f
The electric light::; cable became tangled :i in her yard whidisho will set to County Warrants drawn on. th r.uifinmid. HD. D. AND C. ROGERS
resolution was adopted: "On with the I Ie'ery I. and I
telephone most
motion of A. 1L Ryland duly secondedby systeri i large lotus. lilies a number whiehhe, I, 5. .complet'd and :".... I'It.1 miles CIVil. ENGINEERS .
in the burned!
T. J. 'phone city was out. ha already budded.Daytona of work; shall tx- paid for eah n.onth nritrfrrroTJOSEPH:; OSBOHHF ...
Murray, it is the sense of the The 'I I .
water in the river :
was exceptionally with exception of i 2'! |tar cent of the DAYTONA:FLA. ) DAYTONA and
board after a careful investigation of and there whicli shall be retained by the Office* .
high was a M-urrying to I amount :
? the present condition of the DeLand get boats to safe lleach. April .V The young County Commissioners; until the entire 1 MIAMI. FLA.
I. % and Daytona road that the same be refuge school determined road i is completed *************** *********** >.***. ...*.. *. ..._... ****
The which ladies! of the public are *
catapillars were numerous: i
and is (I. The .bidder. for the hard surfacingof (Daytona Office Established 1875.
hereby accepted as the most before the rains have all dissai: >carcd. t'i have a line CrIUlI t groundand ; ) said road will >lie required to put Up ** --- -

practical route to Daytona! and that Sunday afternoon there was consider to that end they gave an entertainment 510,000.00 I ( bond for the faithful.. | 5 5I f
t this board proceeds at once to improveand able hail: in several set ti"ns. hereaboutsand at the Keating: ca.-ino lat week I of his contract I S. H. GOVE .

hard surface the same. Carried the temperature rather chilly.Never I that netted them :?:!). 7. All of *aid work to IK completedby *.
January 1 I. lMi\! () except said time of j
unanimously. before _in_ the.n_ hi.vtorv n.. __. of. the..._ Mrs. C. I.. Horn has lieen entertaining enmiilftuiM klifilt IM ..irtf>...1..1 for ..llelt I I CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 1HILIIKH ASH ronucrol

;. Commissioner Murray for some rt'a-1 "oldest inhabitant" has Florida experienced : two of her friendMrs.. Reinhardt and time;;;: as the; contractor; may I,.. d II laved ; .. .: Residence. and office, nortbf' ronwrof

I son or other regretted.: his action and such a drouth as the past fix )(Schulicn.: After :pleasant visit of I b}' acts of find; strikes all.l..tI..r. enthuse" : DAV10NA I
KHACH. Rill wood
FLORIDA. and VnliiKia avenoet.
"hkh he inn" control.Specifications .
over n.
moved for a reconsideration stating months and the rain wa mote than usually !;- a week, they left Tuesday for Winter .

that he did not wish to shoulder the responsibility. welcome. Haven. : : I I'hoiM fl9. Daytona. ITorl l lI

As Mr. Brooke was not I Outside of the damage: mentioned to The offertory( Sunday at the M. I E.pla'I..1 :. for (iradinKtheUel.anJ- tiinitr-; I'ti iiiiSlhlL'I( on SlititOti'e, ( : 1- -

present at the meeting in which the resolution -i the piers and grandstand:: the projiertydamage church, | by Mr :and Mrs I Wilson:" lJa)ton a RoaJ. ... .. 1I I I Hiia. n Wright 1'1.' IL Wright,Jr

I was adopted Mr. Ryland cecondcd was very light.Ormond.. with \iolin and 1 cello, and piano :Icrorn.I 1. The road to extend from min... city I I : I .
f :
ftic reconsideration motion and it I jpanimrot by Miss! M.iUe Horn added! I,, limits ".f Iel.and. : to the city I limit of J All work limn- in Mrictly: first-class I WRIGHT & WRIGHT "I
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:' prevailed. The original motion was !I much to- the enjoyment of the, splendid Daytona along the line of road I a.- laid ; manner. .
I out at present as per metes and I bound-- I I i.e .
j then put and carried with all the commissioners I i morning service. .. '' ..................... *
i .. of record in the otliec of the Clerk .r the ...... .***............... ...***., i Attorneys-at-Iaw.
voting in the affirmative except The recent work ( raiding and buildj -| the Circuit Court, except that: said I line I

)lr. Murray, who voted in the neg I .. 't j ing a long: jiorcli to connect the three is i to lio straightened where tlccrnci! i

' ative. The Gazette-News is informed I business houses of the McCullougli( .block pratticnnl1e, by th. JWrd of I County'ommissioncr Office in Telegraph office D L.'SII.E'es -
:! !I .......SISSSSISISe ... ,
Ormollfltil 4-The l-m; looked for ('' *. ?.......................
however that Mr. is favorable has added hundred to till'appc'lTalu..f
cent .
Murray now a :
rain came .Sunday night:; aiiompanuilby per 2. :Said; road to !is oxietl| up ui-, .
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to the project and will aid the building a northeast gale, doing nnieh damage | this block. thirty Ion t in width, except whei. w: MALLORY : i ;j:=:====- :==n=:i it

of the road in every way that he can. i Tho.i. Keating was down from l'alatka'edtncs.iay are to !*' made and in that ca"e all fti:! S -
::; along the river to the launches antirow | Neville H. Clark
i \\ looking; over the damagei are to altoye high water mark and r. : I t
The DeLand Supplement designated Itoats.; The worst :MI far r'pflrtf..1 l i I. I I le.than I s-Ktcen feet in width on top ? LINES
as the newspaper in which the de. the guard-rail to\" oft the Nettle; 3. i wrought to the pier by the gab-. I It is! :3. Said< I road I to lie cronniii I MI a- ',. : : 1
{ understood that the work .>f rebuilding give r drainage HIM I r.riiinm,'. h OPTICIAN.
linquent tax list shall be published} for bole in the Hulow; and the Ohio. .f lro'l"| S
the! pier \\ill begin at an rally: date lie ..litsi.omi. raeh s id'. : SPECIAL! PASSENGER.
tied j
Daytona to the docka ballytn'cd EXPRESS
the year 1906. The applicants for the"pie" up : !
I. :;.Iifl nutd l>nl to Irf'tlealieii < fftmn -' /
were the DeLand Record I>t-- up and fillcthitln water.Tuesday I estimatehi- |In's ut something ovrr |>.". r..ts. ansi l |>.ilin..ttn.t. SS

Land News and DeLand Supplement.The many guests' of the hoarding <3000. ; :'ail.'ad Ix-il to !is, l i' fl i:, STEAMSHIPS.S
houses well the Butler .t: L'onald have recently ( llettrd m<. itii ermdition ready to rttt-iM t ti.i i : 1."IC".t: LII.I m..t thoroughly, e.uin-, | pa*"" .nZer:. ..| ,, ,, .. :
publication was awarded to the : as : cottage people.went the saleThe: Citatum hard >.urfa. .. Mail material.i S ,i.atNO Iennis,1|m n ihI'ASSKXC.KILS
following !
Gazette-News last Tear and it was not to the beach to see the surf roll in : I OVrlliritOYDIU.:I ;. S
this time. The Gazette- with the tremendous high tides. It was (Mum hoti an aspirant : I \ \H'" IOSITI\J.\) (
and the George I). l 1'itiley hou-e and : Important (;.I\Jt.\\TU.l: : : : ) : ji Examined Free.
Newi has made arrangement, however' a grand sight especially for th.'so whocamr I i Specifications for Hard Surfacing; the : .n tI.. "". Chills'. aM 1m lkLtai .
lot on the same avenue; also: two lots on : I... 111II1I1..r "r Wi.II.11P. i to .Ju1..1 :
isrtlns tine !
to publish the delinquent tax list in full from the west.Mrs. UeLlnd.atona} seating ('ahIafity fir iining) ilaili,
:-'caLrt't'ze1\1J", belonging! t.. T. I.Winitttn. I'. S "urin nil .elswfngers ioj"ilnal,) !'f'fC"f' arid tllIllI in' S II At dark Store.A. .
for the information of its readers and I Nichols It'ftun.lay: for her homein I. The road to extend from the eiivlimits attf'ntion. i M Jewelry
of Miami. ha\e l,, sold to .. : : ; : I.EAVK: ; J.l'Kt"JI.U:; ) ; : ...
: & 'en of JK'Lind to the div limit- .fDaytona EVERYr ; THI1It .
it Will appear simalUneouslv with the Tewkibury, Mass.I. : (tS':; .. :-.h..IIII.; I.f ,.hip" in n'Jri.la :
Silts! P. HubMl, of New York.; Piiees i over the graded route : Times-Unun.)
I first official publication. II. Sawyer and on, Join left Friday < Z.aid: road Ix-d t.i Ix" hard slIrr..... 01 l I.mvisT; R.\1'I: To XI'.ORK: A 3ii h .'sIJ. I'OISTK I
and I lsOO. .
for St. Loui, Mr( !*. Sawyer and wen00\ $1300 Through in the center to the width ..f eight fet-t. : In (nu.Iing; .1..Jiht'ul: It.\ .I.HiJlTlI.. thmulll. .XflRTII. .S
Commissioner Potter reported that Master( Eric will go later. the !same agency Ja.'. Keenan bought 3. Sail hard surface shall: I be made of. SS .\Wl') "si.t: ,ISI.\Sh, .tI. : ; L. Reid, the Tailor 4 4is

the Ormond road was about completed one lot of I.. '.. Kurdiik, located on marl or -hell. who' h mail or shellha!) S Tinr.imgii'tj...; Lets. ...ld to Northern iK>iDtn' "'.,r full i

and that the prisoners were making Dr. J. n. Kinney fir $>t. Augustine, Peninsula Drive and} oneof J. (t. ISrown approved, by the County Commi.eion..r :S rarlinJ tickets: ,! He( nUrnl'tihn". apply t,,, offered! bv t.ther lin<- JiaKra'n', ri-w-rTation rniation. I: i again at the Globe clothing storsJ]
the road from Day- was: in town Sunday.Get This i is all : Itr thtir agent. Said material '
headway on on Valley street. property tailorinf
good shall be laid of the thickness as follows. : CHAS. DAVIS I and is prepared to do your j
Beach to Ponce Park. Commiaioner *- -- -- -- located in Daytona Death. Prices of 211 West Hay Strt
tona :
Nine inches deep in center and ix inches S in first-class HepairinRj sadrI
Murray reported repairs on the the habit. Buy the Gazette-Newa the last two were $42i:; and tl">0 respectively. deep on each side, the same to IM. prop I ti.o.; II.Florida l'aslt'n"r! Agent.Jacksonville. .1oTlda. I shape
I I. Clark. Local
'Dsytoea-New Smyrna road and otherNi Pictorial edition. eily rolled and n01l totJ. I .... ................... Ag\'nt. V".tOD FIa, : j pressing a specialty. Give me J Jj

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......................a... ROLL n Ringham i took in the St. I a
i I Augustine celebration Wednesday i

: Local Paragraphs. : Mrs. Emma Edick is visiting her PASSES AWAY. REALTY DEALS Horseless

:........................S carriages-
daughter and family in Jacksonville.E. :
*We are not selling out at cost. .It n 9. r.
W. Wallace of ltock led is
We have not reduced our prices. gf', Nathaniel Hasty, of Ponce Park, Died Extracted From the Books of Recordfor I /
the of his brother J. I .
They were right to start with. We guest Last Saturday-Other Deathsin Volusia County=Numerous -
: ft ftr i
Wallace.C. .
are getting new goods! every day. this Vicinity. Transfers. I Wireless telegrapyT-!|

All goody: engraved free. A. U. "fife was over from VaU I
Nathaniel Hasty: ont f>f the rliolirtT l Laud. Ha, .1r. 4-The (following
L. II. ROWE & (".,. The Jeweler this week f.r a few day: visit with dtiun" of Ponce Park, died la-t Saturday } transfer (.f I.rul'f'rl in and about I>u>- i :
I a i
his f.imily.. aged 71 years. tona have bw n recorded in the office hf ''
George C. Bolles a Miami i attorney : i Now .
Mr. and Mr. Hasty came to llii-t M-itiou m [ theCkrkof the Circuit Court tt IVkind lardless cookery: 1i
visited with his grandmother l ,; Mrs. Ge: E. Shepherdleft '
r 1870 and settled At Ponce Park, where recently:
Mrs. Jnlia It. B
Another shipment of "Allegrctti" Dayton, Ohio. j jMM. I He conducted a store at that |>lcc, and, '< Mails'ry. <
hoculalrs.. HINKIVS: TinDruggist.) ( ;li. Scliring' exiMvl* In cirel! for many years' "ILi.-t>V waatheMtx! ,k- 12.i fl. I..t 4M.Mk :t, Mrnifiito. I There was a time when Lard was!' considered that which is digestible i healthful, and a real Qf'
JIIR: I'l.ur for I"'all'( jTiiiir iloutitin John .\. X.inilr.ili: tonn.i ,\. ,.
:; lip( KoBi I:: 1 of life. DE
Mmid.iy fur l Fl. Myrrs I on a lafp" the only shortening.: To-tlay: the only) people means sustaining ;
| ,
lion. .1. 11 I'.mr and wife of Mail- fiMliiiig c\vditiou.: | i tllMT to "MCt; tll- pllloll, ": *. llu. Oiil.. !I who use lard for h"rt'ninO.t frying pur- If your grocer f h an up-to-date, progressive ,
laud, Lave lc.izguesticofMr.and ; those who not familiar with the he will Cottolcnc .
arc have
: only (uui's' lievn ,in.ifrom I'mirc J..IIII11.1.. r"11 )I.. TI"ml..l'II..all.I *""'. poses man stock. More than t f
Mrs. Wan Hall .a llicir North Death CVinuiotlou- .1. H. Allen HUH virtues of CotMcnc. It to be abreast of that If he has Used it in his
I Paik was for .holtIM! :Nmlh In I 'lI.I i, lot Itt, hbn| .k :!, .ili..in.l \ dntioiid i pays ever : 'own, family, t t
the Pa\U>n.iisitors Id St.I! I the times. Cotlvlfnc io* not only superior to he will recommend it in lard t.
...... treet home. among ISMS :111\1 1.VI.5.; He wa-twi'II "known toe ; Mr- U, r. M'nlbuwurl MrJolin I | preference to- or
; Augustine!| this week. i ijObteopathy i erjonelio \iMtrtl this ,..'a..1 I.. any |I\\'. I 1I ynr I.. Mr*. I II.: C. IV attcr-ou. lard from a health standpoint being a vegetable cooking butter. If he does not do this, it is .
Motor chair for sale. rather than an animal product, but it will make only because he is unfamiliar with the. virtues :
extent, and the Cazttte-Xcws Join. 51400, lot Hi, block 7, Last I My tona.Hcnjaniiii
If O' IIES, The Jeweler. -Dr. J. C. Herman, with a host of friends in extending condolence 'I Mason to K-linbu: l Daugh- more palatable food than lard; and it is more of Cottdene. Prove our claims to your own
opposit the Uables. :;j.1O\\ economical than lard because being richer, onesatisfaction by giving the product a fair test. i i
;, :Solomon Rolles started for his ; to the l erea\cd) wife.Orlan foIl} west j |I.>t 10. blink :,7. MAC I
third less is required than of lard or cooking butter.
.. Mr. and Mrs. S\viff. of South t. .
I ; home at Eau Claire. Wia, Wednesday I .I't"II\ GiveOtOlt1le a good, fair test, use! it
: '. Ridgewood avenue, left for their William CM: k to 11 I' Davis '-.11. Lard cooked food is not digestible because according to directions and note the benefit .

morning, after an extended visit! northern home Tuesday. Clover died suddenly at the lot :t, bloi k -'. Ii.: .k and IV-II.-II s sub. in lard is a hog-fat product. Coltolene makes food to your digestion. You'll '

with his mother Mrs. Julia IL iMjton.t.j digestible and healthful because it is
home of hN daughter, Mrs H. (". God- more es- never go back to Lard.
BolleB. Duke Wilder left for New York j M. Liiiinvy to Maggie: li VandcI I
man, on South Kidgewood avenue
Tuesday afternoon, where he has secured Tuesday morning. The immediatecause I griff J50, lot :271 I. blofk; 'Xt, Andrews I j
Dou't forget that you can boy I New Smyrna.Jl. COTTOLENE was granted a GRAND PRIZE (f highest f
railroad of death The -
a good position.The was paralysis remains -
hoinemadohread pies, rakes etc., have been embalmed by the Itinq- I I. E. Reynolds: to It.}'. Hanly $.'00 possible award) over all other cooking fats at the I

" at Mac'n Cafe. city tax hooks opened Monday ham A Maley Company and will IH i (part lots. I ao.13. 1S-17-3I.: recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked
and due j ('..urge IL: 1.tllIto iei.rge; : \\ Tanner with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE.
taxes are now ftncll1.1)a'le. ('. ..
Miss Lncile'I'nderwood has shipjw to .111m" ell.i.) ; for mtcrmrnt. -
i $32: .*>, lots 7, 4 I, 11.1,1..1.I I, R11h'illANow !
/ The hooks\ will close( 1. i "Home I
July boob
been of Help a of 300 choice recipe*, edited ii
her rister Mrs. F. .
guest : Sinjrna.j
by Mn. Rorer, u your for a 2 cent stamp, if you a
S. Clapp, all winter departed Tuesday For first class work-Daytona j I +I j !L.. :M, Turin to Mary Alice Turner addrttt The N. K. Fairbank Company, .Chicago.A ? I

for her home Steam Laundry, phone 8. tf j : at Washington NEW FEATURE-The patent alMight top on this pail is for :
: .Jacob Reese, for many years a winter t block Andrews' New ,
( ; Smyrna. the of keeping COTTOLENE clean, fresh and wholesome
Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. and purpose ;
McCoy family resident of Daytona, lied at his residence 1! I.. M. Turner to S. Wilkinvm $:JOO, it alto prevents it from absorbing aU disagreeable odors of the t

What is Lily Water? Call at returned to Holly Hill Wednesday, at Darby, Conn., Monday I c f last J cast: } of lots 5s' 59 and fract. I.troO, grocery, such s.s fish oil, etc.

; the electric light plant. where they will spend the summer. I. week. Mr. Reese was a retired iron block 3, Andrew Xl'Sm'rna,
manufacturer. He was born in Wales J. \V. 51.00
Krreggcr to :Sidney Ilaigh ,
i Mr. and Mrs. James Houston who W. A. Bea Der, the dairyman has j I I in 182o: and ram to America in lS3.!. j I I lot 10, block 39 and lot 10, hlO1.10, Nature's Gift from the Sunny South

have been spending' the winter with a new milk wagon that i is the neatest i --- I: Fast Daytona. A

}lr. and Mrs. F. D. Spring on Ivy thing so far in use in this local i. THANKS. : Horace. Stewart: to Mary 1-:. Smith -

left _I.OO.l0t 2, Mock 13, Rogers' :Seabreeze I a
Lane Monday for their home ity.
inflictor N. I I wish tu express my grateful appreciation ![and part of block 2-1. Memento. I V.ViiVtViVm r'' iY W YWtif tiV hr
Y. Collector W. G. HobU will to all who assisted in tuning
City my
I J. 11 ItuMi to IJelle Al.holtt Ha)'UPS j

t Another shipment of"Allegretti" be found at the city hall from il!I to home from burning Saturday night. I I and Mr" C. II. Abbott, 11000, west Jewelry.: New Books.jSobte

chocolates. HANKIXS, the Druggist. 12 in the forenoon and 1 to I in till Please accept my sincere thank for .*>SJ ft. of east 14'!) ftf Nock I'. Ihs|oe': |
jour generous efforts in my liehalf.MRS. : man's \ ,
j Dajtona.
. afternoon. i iDr. i I II. lir.PAAUD.. w
I). D. Ilogeis was a visitor to I J..hnncll'n4'! to triM<'es of juotnof i'

Jacksonville Monday. He has since ; F. II. Houghton Suite I 1.1 t :Seabreeze; April 2, I'K)7! ) i iI I F-a.-a: 1.'s1ge Xo 47. II* mines .>t Jericho | r

been to Rockledge, accompanied by Opera House'block, telephone *\_: tf I I ---- --- I Ii j' IV, north J 10hds II 1 and 12, bl-K-k 2, J Q

his son, C. M. Rogers where they Misses Esther and I:i Elected to Office i Dahomey) Ormond/
The Maley ", :
Sara 1: XXnll to L
hate been surveying a tract of land. Mat>el Bingham attended the Power I I (:.-.,rlf' $. Ail.iin*, well known in Day- | lot 43, block 2, XX'.illV fill., in h.yt.\. i jI ;

.. Take the drive over the Port de Icon: celebration at St. Augustine 'I t..na.II, elected city comptroller ofI i I; Horui: Dit-w :nd 1 1 iJluin Williams, !j

Orange bridge tf this week I; J.ickinillr, Tues+
I the uncxpircd term Made \.uaiit by the )
I -.( The lirst meeting of the History Grover sinner came down from resignation ..f Charles' F \'.'n-I't. XIr. 1 ....II\4.th.h (;runt.Siht I

Class of the Palmetto Cluh was to\Jacksonville last atllflla). His I Adams has) many friends ill Daytona) I Ii : J Jl.: Morris to Sidney lUigli SUItI, I

\ have occurred last Monday but was I mother ac"'Ompani..llim.,1I, his return i soh.! are |>UMto! Ilt'&r..f his appointment i east tona.fi I ft. ,.flot7, bl.nk tn. I'jixt Ihiyj -\

postponed one week owing to the Thursday) I. I j I ,
t i Lydia II. Hand to Otlotuar' Jvr.-<'kiI. i I -

inclement! weather. During the I 1*. Lades made a brief visit with I -- <1.O.I..llIoI'k( I. sub' lot I, s'.... :3- r -
summer the course! of study will h 1I 3.1. i tl'e
his this week coming clown Attend I
\ I Ponce de Leon Celebration.'I
cover France. 11.1"11 w. IN...t to I IX I.. Potter $1000, ,
from Jacksonville and ,(
Monday returning -
The Halifax Rifles left Daj'tona, XX'edj j lots 4,12,13, block; ,in, I':act Daytona.:
and better loaves the I I : Soc "ur .Souvenir Spoons and Orange All the 1 latest Novel Also! looks for' the
Bigger at Wednesday. 7
nesday afternoon, hound for St. Almira Clements to W. J. Cameron '*
-- Daytona Bakery.Mrs. I tine to take part in the Ponce Auglls-I $300: ( lot 34 block 3, lfinan'n: Day r Knives. Our prices will iutoicxtou.. young people. ,4'

\ cPcrmit us to show you a cottage celebration The company wa thirt-I tona. Jewelry Repair Work Stationery of Every Kind. 1
M. T. Crocker, who has conducted for next this will afford us
reason, four strong when it left I Daytona.) \ I Lizzie M. M.itilry to Allen J"fI"IH), a pf'f'ialty. The l>cst line in tho city. i
. a millinery in great pleasureWrite, phone or several more memlx-r* t" l I..- |l'ii<-k..1 l up !Miuth M ft. of lot 7.IIw'k 12, XVilon's

the Atwood Block during the season call Norman S. Dayton Daytona. tf at ixiiiitt on the way. i Port Orange. I .. .

departed for Boston the first of Captain Morris had the company will George H. M..nroe to XVilliard II.7uVr \ G EO. H. CLARK tiir
Mattie has been I
the week. Mrs. E. W. FORS and Miss Sparks in hand and it was up to its usual fine $:! Ill. lot7 and I 8, black] M, M I .lI !

daughter, who have l been with Mrs. ing her sister at SL Augustine\'iSit-j apptarawe. A Urge crowd assembled I.i C Day t."na.: I Two Stores. 124-126 South Beacfi Street.

week and incidentally )' at the depot to see the soldier lays de !| 1:11F.: (x.U'moii t.. Fannie.iibcr $(V> I
her north.
d accompanied Ponce de Leon celebration.Mrs. part. They returne l Thur' !lay night. !:''lot! I1. 1loek 3Cotanan'DMona: > m1mmmrI

*,Dr. J. II. Pierson dentist, Con I I, .. .. .
-- -- -- -- --
W. F. Jibb and little daugl- -- ,
rad )block
: phone 108..
Mr. and Mrs .\. 1\. I'rokaw attended : srmotr
Marshal E. I c5mith made "lone I
f with It I
weeks at iting tlopl -
: : the funeral ot an uncle of I!1 i
Lou in rr st IJ 1 s
k hand raid" on a gambling e '
1 I her mother and sister of that city. f .
'. h J .}. Midway, Tuesday night, and rounded Mrs. P.rokaw's at IVI.ind last: Kriilay. t! Mr. Chas Wf'thf'f.II..f Holly 11 ill,!I J sore .Y

FoR SAL. -All my property on i Norman S. DaytonREAL
r"' up eighteen negros who were },etonr' visited Mr. and I MM. Fred :Sunday. I j I 80STOKIAh3 ,

":: Mayor Greene Court the following Beach and Bay streets at a h\rWlin.1 Mr. and Mrs. F.llwarllVllitf', wholaa.C' :Sat unlay. Gtit. X. 'huull'rlsin: and :

tt! morning. The colored I gentlemen Will pay you to investigate ; IXMMJ I occupying the Harris r it- I family drove down to Tort Orange in I II J1
I his antmnohile.I I
J. E. Hi MI.
f i .were fined three dollars and costs, tf tigeou Orangp avenue the past winter I f! (:ill* Johnson 1 left for lake I II. li'n. :S.it- ESTATE. II

| each. |'I Mrs. J. F. Martin and grandson, leave this morning for their i' unlay.Ve .

.t-< Jlr.[ and Mrs. Theodore Sammis,1 Clarence Nash, Jr., spent several home in I'lainfit-ld N. 1'. hear that I.11'.11 inn came home I
: this week Friday from the south t'lId..f l this county ('.ir' .if property, lie1 South 1 leach Street.V.. II. EOMOXPMlN )-
\ __' Minneapolis Minn, arrived Sat- days in St. Augustine!' enjoying Mrs. Baker and Miss Rudolph) I ,
't1' the Ponce de Leon celebra where he has been drilling welK f ; : ( ) Manager, P.iytonn: Fla. flans, Kstimates; anllSIIpt'rilllf'o.lellf"P. '
from down the coast points
urday Karl Fos
who have been occupying Mr. and Mrs. Davit, Mr. and Mrs. I
Lumber yard.: Magnolia .\\rntie and 1s
and will make short in Day tion. I '
a stay ter's cottage on South Palmetto Emmerirand Mr. and Mrs Henderson!
'I I I' K C. Rai Iwty. Phones r.dicenrd, and rehidem-f.
tona. This is their first visit hereand *\nyelet'trical fixtures or table avenue, left for St. Augustine Illiwl..k left for their northern homes this week.I I
with : Mr. and Mr*. .Long: drove down from !
\ they are greatly pleased lamps I have will be sold at cost so on their way north.
i iI
i na"tonto visit Mrs. Longs mother, |
) i oar city. Mr. Sammis is a nephew I line it i
if need anything in that Johnson HI-:
you Mr. and Mrs. M. Zimmerman and I Mrs. \Vm. who !is going to !j

. t : of Clarence Nash. will you to see me. Roy LSn \. Andrew Sinclair, who flora to join Mr. Johnson. Tln'ywil'l
pay Mr. and Mr* --- I

p v<*' '..k.\; tRemember the Daytona Bakery J II. E. Day, of Jacksonville, representing have been !spending the winter at I make Mr. I'.liloni') their is home in the fine future fence II j jI .................................................... I 1
rranc'f' having a ] :
\ in the
v can supply all your wants fire claim department offliA Reach, Wednesday for I I ,
'l\ I" tf I the Daytona built around his |prnlerty.r | I I

I bakery line. I Florida East Coast Railway was 1 their home Cooperhtonn, X. I H.Thrnt. ). i F. McDonald has hull! .1 !
Qftnijt' f FOR SALE-A {five year, seven percent .lookingafUr; claims at this place I Oyama, proprietor of thcj II tial dock for Mrs. llrohrn I i iDr. $10.000 'Why sI
first mort- Cahill left last week, intending: to |i
''' J purchase money Thursdaj. I II Japanese Bazaar, has l begun the I ,stop a few day in St. Augustine and.,'. I notslave I

-; gage, on good property insurance I Beach, erection of residence on his al".. in Jacksonville. i : thebestZBOSTONIABS
Address *3A. YandeYord, Daytona a property : \\II.I III \ TilE NTI1SI.: : I PLANT 01 TIIF.
7 more than owner's mortgage. -, of I who has been .
Fla., contractor and builder cement on South Ridgewood: avenue. Mr. Thompson; stayingin
box 188 tf work here and has rented : DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS : ,
'u' city. sidewalks; first-class The building will he! of concrete. I Daytona, came : .

1 D.' W. W. Austin has closed his bicycle guaranteed. 4iltMr. : part of Mr. Ilifk's building. J l ht,"t and ni.>.>t ''f'.Irall'f'tion for Ice I'lant Elerric or Power Plant, : I
Norton who recently Captain Don Morris drove down in his T
II. M. )purchased
I r.rt.r'I Yardll
store for the summer and is Norton's boat, the Whiz"a'\ Fairview automobile, Saturday. I

devoting his time to boat building. towed from the Oak Hill canal, a residence on av- .1f'Q. N. Chamberlain' a guest (.[ I. :
lIe is now engaged in the construction Wednesday, in six hours by Harry enne, leases this week for Corrj-, the Port Orange liouae this week. Enquire of E. DILLINGHAM\, at Plant. : j jI

Pa, where he will !spend the summer We had a severe storm Sunday and !I. .
of a comfortable boat for the Thompson in the Lucile. The in tIle tides .................................................... FOR,
to Daytona and
returning Monday very high Tuesday.The I.
use of himself and family. This Whiz had a broken crank shaft. fall. 1: wind blew down part or the .t.t I ____ __ __ ___ I I MEN1"

boat will be twelve foot beam and china tree the hotel yard I Oxford ir mighty- nice. ,
Will accept ::?nIO, ) for all my j jI in
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thirty-eight feet long. Mrs. Sarah McF. Porter has just Mr. \ibwougrr: who has spent( the comfortable shoe, but.With
opposite Port the prevailing style of turned; i
peninsula property feet of cement sidewalk | here left I for his Ohio
put in 5T 7 .winter Monday DAYTONA I ..
trousers they. ue
the up ryeompicuou
tFoR SALE.-My mare and pneumatic Orange, nearly 1,500 feet on I horn well with Florida .
along the frontage of !her property j I He is so pleaded it Be itire your
't runabout. A good road mare new bridge boulevard and 2,100 Iwth that he intend. coming again.; new one are correct. .Yea
Third avenue, including | TRANSFERand the
will suffer three tfme
. ,. boulevard on I Koodwin and Mr. and Mrs. Cra-
river Mr.
; suitable for gentleman's private feet on the new new if eJlperm'ntwith[
sides of the street. It is; now up to j price you
front :210 mer l left Tuesday for their northern inferior article that
Price the ocean an
driving. $225.tf ( feet on .
2,400 the public school authorities and | homes. LIVERYC. t squahesoutandgetsshabbyin ,

tf SIDSEIhlG Seabreeze.Mr. Tots in all. Address Dn. J. A. VANC. others to complete this good l work j Mr Milburn went up to St. Augustine r a. week. _' '

< Mr. and Mrs Geo. Rice left for \'. LZ.n. t If f 'on Third avenue. Tuesday morning to visit her son L. JOHNSTON, Proprietor f You have*-(probably teod .u;'wornBottonlan ill \

their home at Moulden Mass. Tuesday i and family and witne the landing right did they notheld their
who has been spending !I I
f II. Real Estate and Insurance I and
The Daytona Ponce dp Loon. shape kept-on'.aik:even
I hive the lle .t d Ijtcrj iu the City withuhite drivers familiar with
Mr. Rice is uncle of Mrs. Shanks : .
an on I
the winter with J. A. have for I heel o to speak until you
Company inquiries I )Ir. and Mrs. and Miss Cowlr" left forthe I
y. J. A. Shanks, of South Palmetto Palmetto avenue will leave for his I. two or three second hand runabouts.!' I! north Tue+day morning all roads. 1.(*,k for the Silver 'Tipix-l Rig That want tired of an wearing acei
avenue. This is his first visit to week stopPing < >- new Oxford will act the
York next I ;
home in New They must! be bargains and in good i icondition. I -- '
Daytona though he was familiar for a week or i' I 'Phone 27 Opposite Public; School i lame way. All .tIe.' ;
Jacksonville S. Rum Sec. ,
: C.
at I See 1 1. : there is chance to buy
with other parts of the State and he 3.50
two. Abraham Hoymann amived from I I a nice property on South Ridge-
i says Daytona surpasses every other j ji For Sale by
i Havana, Cuba Wednesday and will wood avenue at a particularly low I
place he had visited. place for nf'xtCason. I
Secure a
ii j i .. rapidly make his home with his parents figure. .\ frontage of over 250 feet :' . . . . .
FoR SALE-On account of closing the most desirable are being II I "I THE GLOBE.
and .TV)) feet in
!' Mr. and Mrs. S. Heymann on i on Ridgcwood over
the right
find ..
If do not .
out my business this month 1 I taken. you well built colL'flotin Ice
let us make the nec- avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Hey depth: : ::6 Daytona Company, ,
; will sell my car at I bargain. It is : improvements Sam well variety of fruit trees, price less
build mann are..'ilso expecting a son, T. E. FITZGERALD
you *
we can
in changes, or
first-class order, 2-cylinder, 10- essary residence. We will and his wife and four children from than $I_ Pesee r front foot. Write 01 PURE ICE .

horsepower Ford, seats four or five an entirely new .. ATTORNEYS LAW
visit with Real Estate and Insurance *
Write San Francisco, who will Daytona : : *
assist : Made from Distilled Water.
to you.
Complete lamps and be pleased DAYTONA'FLORIQA:
C S Harm Socretary
north with them Company -
call Norman S. Dayton, them here and go ,4' Factory corner Railroad and Yolusia avenue. Special kuilities>tfJp tmtlrtelland' t1 flee
complete set of tools, $300. Must phone or lf the latter part: of May .1' . . . . Office In Shank Lira'k, nODe 124,

be,sold,by April 15, Ror La n,. Daytona. senlt. --.r m c_,
-- ....., .cc -- }a d""n.Alth'ul.and ....;;;;;;::; ate en kw. -rrac1I nlC. Th' best ion' L. OAYIDNA, A
-- usu. '" 1 aosy. ,-. /older. wad lotorrnalio -, ...Jd_ thor Pr..,.;.:.. -- ; =1;..

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San Mateo Cigars 1[
1R 51 it ( ; I

I Adjourned Meeting; Held Monday :

Night. Considerable Important .
Have MadeReputation : I
Business Transacted. I + Y
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t : :
1 he City Council met in adjourned .i

l 9 \tt\\f..tG. A of :i I Carroll session! in Monday t the' diair.tvtning Mermen with' Presidenti flows )I I !I ( 1 I

s jard, liinghani, Hankins and Morrw( were' : I:

\ '\a. Their Own.The ''1 i>rn-Hit.Hills amounting to Vl.1l.7l! : Here laid I I'f'r I t'j

'>\ until next mefting. i ;
j. I 4! !j, The petition of residents Kingston I '
.IT ALSO keep them new.' There j in opposition to li:,\'ing Kingston embraced -
I I r- *I tow will be cr no dingy old,woodwork dull looking in home furni- MUTC: of the San Mateo Cigar i is one of I'jl in tile rorK>rite limits <>f Itoytonn l

when, this wonder-worker, is well the greatest iudiMrinl triumphs of the Ka.stCoat ( na.I piTf-cnled I and rcfonrd t<. a
,. refinhbing or revarnkhing nececary. *- :-p t 'Liquid Veneer i i8 not a varnish, since the freeze. IM'tilu'H of JOM'ph| O-borue, to laya : &
but .rfue food and cleaner that )
r a Each and sewer oo liay''Usti t wa> referred to I ? {
.build the original
,! ,nukes pup brighter than tvtr. Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the penin- ] the sanitary! committee with power to
: _..It iostaadr restore*the brilliant nf"I I iit.
i tea nd finish of Pianos, Furniture, sula of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce, and wrap- On motion a bill entitled) "An ordinance -
". FietanIl. rtaes, Interior Woodwork, ped with the rich, silky leaf grown (n East Coast plantations, repealing an ordinance regulatingand '
:: iiishcd or enameled(urfacea.polished.rar-Removes the cigar industry of the world has never prlm''fll'ttf'r goods.) I' providing for and requiring the c t
.icntfbes taint, dirt and dullneu. constrtietion of a sidewalk pavement on )) .
For sale l all the leading ln.tt-U, and Iulis and l II thpTTnionKes :;- )
n f. A child ran: apply it. Nothing but IIY y the wept side of I Dayton. !street from
f ft pier of cheese cloth ii needed and C"JIlp.\nJ on f'\'f'ry train I'uiIPriog) Flori.laTw'nty Fairview and :
first avenue to avenue I
wait for.
;. there U&o drying to (
p F NEW SIZ PACKAGES 1 sixes :styles ;and:! grades( toelect from. providing for the payment of the cost
r !
t BOUNCE BOTTLB 2SC thereof" was passed' on third reading,
C:. t2.OUMCEOnto SOc and that same was ordered posted.On .
= $OLD erreiNiimree I MoRSALl( )I : gy i\LL I DEALERS.M.tiuif.utun motion the mayor and city clerk
-)] llyI : were instructed to execute a deed to J. .
: \ I E- Rush conveying a strip of land ten .
.- -.1 I.1 S. W. ROWLEY. SAN FLORIDA MATYO feet wide lying on the east side and a rf
like strip ly I ing on the west alde of a I
continuation of Palmetto avenue. II ;
Sfi.t a.s 1&U&"&' 1.&II.', Street Commissioner Rix was instructed ,f ;

to report to the city clerk what (
'j I sidewalks :should be laid in cement and
sN..N..N..1sM..NM.N..ssAtlantic I city clerk notify parties concerned)

1 __ 'Machine Coast Line l] I I comply The city with clerk the was ordinance instructed: to consult I

1 the city attorney about hen book
i items and also tax Talc certificate'! held

7 :-IsJbe.finest on earth by thc city a* to the settlement of
I ()n motion the assessment books for
i i j taxes: of 1V07 as completed and l presented
For ,Sale by I 1 were accepted and !signed' and it
', w.i. ordered that one copy I he delivered

New York and Florida Speciall.ear I to city tax collector, one copy filed with
1 : I ;i dl)" clerk and one copy Ite rf'rflflteol"l ) I i
t.. .n _'Maley-Co I HIM'l-ik of the 'ir<'mt court in and for ]I .
t e. L "' daily i ovepf' Sunday JrO!: ,a. m fur all I
; \.hlj, iaConntyy
.. Point Kast.: S lid I'nllinnn.I )

t,, :. Funritiire Chicago and Florida Limited I JURORS 'ARE ,., : : I II II I II I

Daily) Solid \'etIiliileleaving .JadHniiville! ::: a. in f..r i SUMMONI-DJ\ I'j I } 4 :
I r Undertaking l"iinN R't st. (Yvidi on lliis train also. i i : 1 : I
l *. 9. : : .

For rates'!, I'nllm.in reuTrationuid" ;l all dr-tail'd i illf.rJlaalioll) i i For Circuit and Criminal Court- I' j
.'. Volusia Co1ntybstract, write orall on : Several from .this Section are :u i I :: ; :: ) i !

', : Investment and Title I Insurance I I! Among; the umber.'n. I r ; ;; I :; ; .i

., Company. FRANK C. BOYLSTON, I ... :Spring Term .>f the, Circuit C iurt i i
Title Insured. !i \\ill curncne.-it IV-I-ind Tuesday next. ; 1 f
I listn) Pawnjjercrnt. Atlantic Const Line. ; Tli- following gntlom late IwtnMiiimifiiied ( 1 : ,
PmSdtne.&OC'" and Tn-M. .JAChsOXVIi.LE..: )FIJI : a-t jurors- I I .. .
(;IIANDJCItI': : .
.Abstract, tarnished and title perfected. ..................................................... : (
Map, Plato sod Blue Print. Supplied. lingo Mau, Orinuml. I ;
Oppoait Volaita County Bank J. I'. M.i.f, Ijikcllflcn. ( -;
DLLAND. FLORIDA. I I.: K.: :Sjlvttr, Ifclx'Mii.Y. I w.v'w'i I l '
\ C. McKenzio. Lake.; Helen. }
r.n D. LAma BERT "1"8LANDIS K M. Morris( 1'ort Orange j I

&FISH FULL QUART J. R. IW-rry, New Sinjrna.:; i!I ,
FULL W. :S. I UlvianN.: : Iaytona.U "
: ATTORNEYS AT LAW 1 << P.I Adams, 1"'l.a..d.| !

" ; .Fracticla in alt State and Federal t 1 J. A. HiintiT. Stetson.; I : .
Court Civil or Criminal buiineti given EXPRESS M. II. Turatii, :$tet.n.I'at I : : (I : )
caratnlattentioa. Special facilities for : :
inre.t4ga u..aad rtectina I land titles, PREPAID I I. :
"c Dr) AND, FLORIDA.I T N. Pag.-, IVI.inil.O. 'I
#t.- II. Vitss!, IlnleririM: ) :
:CDR KOUGHTONDENTIST. J. A. (':iro,",. I"it Ula,,!:". I : : ; '
: L.; \\'. Ainxlrn JriiKiiul.N i :: I
I I f.
S.I.mcNtriun I)-'land.It. "

'vOJBc: Suite 4 Phone, Opera 32.House Block. I'I isl"f'f p / / DELIVERED IDoz fOR S T.I!.I'O.I.:.. ItidLarI,1)aytonr.D.-an Glilhrc'atll PETIT, 1..1.111'1..l lU-resf.r.l.JI'U\. i : l / ::; :::::!;,)' : : ::::: ::::: :: : :( f ;: : ::.:; .....:.:: ..: ;

J. I:. \\n\\ .-\h\. !Daytona.:
.sAJae eA.ah.ert EgtordBlr l
+ C'. \Y. Price, DeLaml.John !' ; ;

STEWART & BLYLAWYERS. UICKSOMVILLE fLA.f IS. Ilii ky, Dayt"'i7. :'. : ( (j \ l
IU>\elI, CilenwdiMl.F. ; ) : '

; M. Sparks: 1 Daytona. II !
I CHAS. BLUrtCOhPANY i i M. J. Lemlon, Pier'on.I ; ; I
...o..latsukBoUdln, DtLAND. FLA i .
!I Th H> Troop, Kntrrprisi-: I :
+tr+s l.mtoteroltof8ce.. DAYTONA \ .\ir.xrY; : PAiisTimnwiM; : ; r'n J. 1V. Hlaekwrlaer Spring (ianleii.j .
) :( .
j John McCormick, New Smyrna. .
L. Bellamy, Clifton.
-, I Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 Whiskey,. :I \Ya <' I
/ BATHS |Sfn.l) for IVh-e Li-t 1.Af the Criminal )! ; I

t Court has been continued until the 23rd
r// ON'-EARTH ; Inst., so a.< not t.. interfere with the ( ; )

I FOR .MEN AND WOMEN 25cLILYv : Circuit Court. The following: jurors
J. have h..11 Ollmml/llf'l for this: tribunal:
? 4 WATER I DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY W. E. J..hn1JD. Port Orange.It. ; d
I H. Mclknald. 1c'I '1rlfJ.
TW aM W'eler far T....Ui. !
C. C. I.rf'f'W. : :Smyrna.lv. .
; ELECTRIC LIGHT J. Todd, lake Bd"n.f' .
I tf'ph'nrnilh.: Scabrc.ze. \

l'. R. Id\'nzi.. fake 11..1..". : ;
K B.teen. Ostrcn.N .
ire N C'. .\. Miller, IH..rlll.
,. ..M ....4..4V........i fl D.V. I J..h Iill.r. Omllgp I jly.I. !

( G I.. M I. lc'f'. O"t"f'lI. : !'>
fleo. J. VandeVord
E. : i ::0' I:. smith. Picas,.
I 4
;. Balder and Contractor. p.F -- :

Ectimatft furniabed. No ape F EXPRESS[ Low Title for April.

\ prtatlcea employed. When you .\. )1. 1'. )1.(1 .
irft&ta good hosM built at a x 4 FULL$98J' .lpril "............ ............. .;;! 8O'J:
'i nato&abto coat U will pay you to PREPAID[ .\fril ':..... .................... !J.O I !I:20
: 1 gel my price. Brickwork, plaice& .\pril ....................._..IO.O-l 111:23:
1 i', terinf, cement work a specialty. I. case Send wigs us inarks J2.S5 and to xvewill show ship contents you in four a plain.lull April 9 .......... ......_......11:00 11:22.tpril :

.. i .Office and Residence cor. Volusia quarts of WILLOW DALE RYE, express prrpai.I. 1(1..1)I( I "I7.1pril .. .....
:: .i aye and Second St, ; Try it and if yon don't find it all right wi.l the 11.......... ...............12:11: 12:3.1:
+ l best you ever tasted, send it leak to ns at our ex .Aril 12.: .......... .............. 11)0; 1:1,1:
pensand l $.!.b5 sill! he prumptljrefunded..
. Isn't th.it your fair offer April 13.......................... 1 :-10 IS5
Remember we are (lioti11ers.ben \ou buy i April 1-1...... ................... 223: : :2:32:
, 4 from us you save the enormous profits of the deal I Apr 1 I I.i.......... ............. :J.03 3:10i.lplil : 1 1i I
i Clapp's Pharmacy ers and n\oiM.all clkince of adulteration. You are i I.;......... .............. 3-1": 3:11.Ipril : I
sure of getting it from
our whiskey jut *
... : t our distillery: without being taml'ereol11 a conies in anyway ( I; ......................... .J:1t: 4:2': ')
\ ;: 'April 1 IS..... ..... .............. 4i.: I;.,9
P 'If you prefer corn vhi'Vev.e. will stn ( 'T .The RexallDrugstore i iI four full quartsofonr l rSZ.8Oe\pnvprepni'l.ALLAN SINCLAIR'SCORN You can'tImya :.Ipril April: 20 19 ::::'::,::::::::::::::::: frll( :33 3:43 C:40: i !1 :

1 better corn whiskey from ami oh the at April 21.+........................ 7:.111 + 7:30: '
1 any price. April Z2............ ............. 8:31: 8:47: ) '
I Our guarantee. of perfect tisf.iction f-r njonev April 2:1.: ...................... .. 9;?I 9:49IApri121 : ::
.. i \mMACON.8A refunded run no risk gays. when with you every deal shipment with ns as e make.the owners You ...... ... ..............10:211: ( 1O.J.i: 'I
4 1 of our company Ime resources of a million dollars : .\pril 2........ ..... .............11:O'J 11:15:
Cor. Beach stand Orange Ave : Kpt$11 and will do exactly as we say. I April :!I;......... ........ .......12J; ........ : I
4 ( PkI THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO, April 27..122. 12:10pril
Foot oi) South Bridge. : MACON GA. .\ 2'.......................... 1:10 1:2'v
OWM. at R..;: .... Dist in.., No. 29.. Swift Cra.k. CU. J April :!'J..... ................... 2.00 2:10:

'- 1.01.. April 30: .... ...................2-5: 2:56i : ) ]
and Unit Luv i-- .
t w
from Daytona .
headway on the locates in Lattv5' -
good Commitoaer 1') and th'O rr'sl""' d i pep mt acti sia.7fly -- .
Beach to ponce Pafk.. Get the habit. Iluy the Cartle Xews t he last two were t rolled and crowned.
on the .
8i Murray reported rtpIJfS edition. Lively.v
'. 1 jajtoaN. Smyrna road, and other-


s., -we ana-, Omcw;;;,1.;S and cSi .8" "1111 11111 the pubti>!

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