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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: December 7, 1907
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: Gazette-news (Daytona, Fla.)

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CI-11\UNY THINGS

SUGGESTIONS) : W (of which to think ;
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for ._. Santa Claus? Christmas ,y JZ % f for Xmas Gifts I !
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Niceties which are the result CANDIES! ) You will save much of that thinking

\ of Personal Selection: by examining; the! many pretty and .
IN FANCY PACKAGES articles which have
; Those Little Oddities in Toys so _:,, appropriate we
.. attractive to the Little Ones, Something;; Really Nice f for -- such as.....
CAKE MIXERS, BREAD
Real Novelties not fourd a Present-NUNNALLY r y
MIXERS. COFFEE ''PERCO
elsewhere, the very and LOWNEY. Get them oi I ,/ LATORS, BIRD SETS andCARVERS 4)
s latest productions and ALUMINUM .
of all I home HAN I KINS I 1 r., WARE and dozens of other I -- ,
and foreign articles.

markets. .. t .,t. I I" \-c' S 'I' n tr, I'r; r as I low a1, anywhere in the country !
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HAVE IT. CHRISTMASPRESENTS. Presents for Everybodj. y :ii N ill) see something at out
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Attention to Examining and 'i! li : J You are not looking very jolly PIChristmas : AND REPAIRING.
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Office over the Atwood Pharmacy, I Perfecting Land Titles i *li., ( day" observed the girl,; in BLACKSMITHING

I''''',. street, Daytona, Fla II l \ brown. "\\ere your gifts; chiefly hair : } .
shoeing.Proprietor.
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Telephone No. '1 t. 1 Conrad Block, \"TOX.\.l \. TH E BEST receivers and silver thimbles. or were Painting and i
I 1JO they so cxi*>nsive that you are; wonder : .
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i I'. Landis Bert r'lib Ing how you can ever return them ned G. A.
tf r IU1.SEELYE.A.\. I i Cary 1fREE OF ALL sear" : Nt.N.1.INNN......
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I! I I LAND1S&IISII: i iII '\-not exactly," replied the girl ll ..11...1 1 1
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;1 Special attention given to Electrical: II Attorneys at Law BY Mechanical methods. Prailklnc In all Stale and Federal. I 1 the girl in brown, She looks as happy

c .7 treatment 127 So. and Uidgewood A\e. Hours tourts.careful('Itilorl'rlwlnalballne attention Special farllttlf" tflv ...c1"'J "'T 0 r1 "r'1...iEwir.ter's .....!...}. as the girl who has got rid of the r.ntf jf
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8-10:30: and 1-3;30. Phone S>. I forintestegatingand p Tf
r'f- !| ItoLbiid hlorlda / ." night when the snow lay deep, And the earth I last: summer She-" San

cford lily r. fast And the dormice snuggled I don't know whether or not she
Isaac" Stewart neath it was :asleep, were
:; DR. d. C RAWLINGSr a.'tf" ff'f''in..1 many \regents but she has
SI CWARl: & I5LY :all cosy and warm From the hurry-go-hullabaloo of the one which seems to make her 1M'rrt'rt. f:

i '- cstorm, A drooplcdy Tree on the edge of a hill, That shivered : I Iv r-appj It IrI -" Have MadeReputation

t I Physician fi Surgeon. \ Lawyers : v.whard' he coifrHn't keep still, Nursed gru-nblcsome thoughts in his silly ; am sorry to hear It. If that girl. '

flakes from his branches and said I vt l her deserts she would spend| th
Dr. Raw ling's office over Gilles Oilic next door to Hank! BlIilling.l : green head Till he tumbled the : ; holidays with the dentist She-will.

I > Florida. :: of at all, For a fellow} like me who am
drug store, Beach street. : "Oh, what is the use living ; vou know I have seen a Rood deal of 'I A of

--- .- .-- -- _.-, -, ,- : slender and small. When evens the birds say I'm feeble and bare: Ands i .Mict lately You know we just bad ,
I\SLRW( > I visit elsewhere bandyboughed to IK intimate since Hob was dividing
E. L. STEWARTPhvsician HILLS( : the squirrels turn tail and My neigh- his attentions pretty equally between

t I. I \olu County..titract.lnu.tu+('rt : : bour,, the Holly and Oak they put on the airs Of superior folk;, And tis.I ." I
+ and Surgeon( 'd think they were kings, Because they are Their Own.
t and Tille luunuJI: a 'ClPl'UI\ : I i to heat* then'aboastingou I Mhm; otherwise people might
Special attention to discaM: <.f tin I the with the the 1 of each other:
Ab.traetefaruibWlaa Ilisir- i I made into tables and thin : It's same Poplar, same: fancy )011'rc j't\ItlS
i andose.. Office! ... .. ..l Irw INJpiled ." t Ys.; I
Throat Plate
Eye, Ear 1 :\1111' ui :
,' 1 ideas and their loftier I Jealous of Alice the lea'! : Howvtr
M I. With their lofty speechThey're
ft..IIib.Ir-: .It' Deech ;
s and residence, No 101 Magnolia corner with the I
1 !'i..y mid Trent oP': .1 I V liI eo. I (' 1 ha lG I Palmetto telephone 82.t Milk. 1-el.unl r !I.. :II' I ,'I.. 'I'5/X f going to be shipmasts or something at sea, Ands I The smvi'ss of
office hours y a m. to!' |', in what a girl with her saintly ex I
J ,_ __ _. _, __ __._ I declare I I I 'I (. ''R .. '. there no use for a scrubby Fir-Tree.. I,ressi loll Is saying of you behind your tin* greatest industrial tiiuniplis' of the East Coast
D. D. x C.1. Ht1jIJ; <:; I -- .. I hackou know that nub Is sort of
j G. A. KLOCKPhysician < : I -.This (@ : 'tkyas all very wet!,but the Woodman knew better i duce i the fiee/e.

t T and Surgeon Civil I tnuinccrs: ': : : He: j' -"" Chopped down'the:. Fir-Tree and posted a l

'' : I letter, 4 l f 'i d Saving"Vpingasow it deserved to be.know Made.from the choicest growths of tobacco that the penin-
IHwatrsvltb IJ.\YTOX.\ and
Special attention gUen to
t r Eye and tiling of (..lass a. 13", Mo.l' llffiree I IMIVMI. 1-1.\ Heel lAc. the finest fining Spruce that c.crwas grown. mla of I Florida and the Island of Cuba tan produce, and wrapped

Ridge wood,phone t,. office hours 1-I: : I i I So ''f' 4l.l'\!: without being asked if he !liked. it or not with lire rich silks leaf) grown on East Coast plantations,
d to 3-oo p.m.,8 JO to":dip.m. Daytona OIi<'eI &taUi lll"d IS;.i friend installed :
DAMON\, >L\. : Our \ fidgety was in a pOI the cigar inln..tr l of the world has neter produced] Letter goods.
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: JOSIEROGikS.n.l[ : >. I II.! BLRNARD : soil X a :t b..>( waistcoated round with charming tinfoil. ;.. ii.t' For I sale I by all the !lea,ling hotels and clubs and l.y the Union

r; I Homeopathic Physician I solicit -uWnptions: tend l bu-m'<:' : I This startling treatment was hardly complete. When he found himself a'l'. 1 News Comjianj on every train entering Florida.

.. No. 453' North Beach Street. for the Timrs-\"ni\n. : carted through byway and street, Till they bundled him in through I. r 4sir Tui-nty si/t-v, styles and grades* to select from.

TIMESCS10BU111v11', door And him down t in Ward Num'be: Toli ,. i
dumped '
Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30: and fiIJ a hospital i : \'i-: ;
to 7:30.Telephone H. L. Smith: Heal Estate Oilll'I'. t Now the sight of a bandage;the taste of a'pill:'And ...... r ydo\Jri I 1 I1)Il SALl : BY ALL DEALERS.

No. 122. Beach brcet. S ill Hut he grumbled ] 1::-- more I It
of physic makejsomc people ; tul r Ilj y, I \Ianuf.ictnrt'J 11y J
t feeling faint, We fairly conclude-tluP Iji had nc I
so beyond may : C I t SAN MATEO
Daytona Private 1 Hospital S. II. GOVI complaint. And yet he armed with sojcia J w rapsCi$5V Ol 'dha; : I S. W. ROWLEY, FLORIDA

and Sanitarium Architect Builder and i l! thought him apatient* or postman'pahapl. BuY'] ./iPtood| [ up i i iI ifI 1 ('d /

Every tarlltty for the proper treatmenl t I he t Iookdin thai Singular scene! i iI
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and care of medical and surgical catrsElectrical Contractor I tKe&idtncc I his garment so grccn, a...want i rE, L ELI/J ,iII..I\_ \/ u ll..illk li I Ii

quiet KorrouodlOKi.appliances Hpeclal trained attcntlor nurses,: and office, northeast corner : Just think ot a room wijli.a !long-do'uble rowOf._ fifty wee cots atJ l I rri --- --
given to all patlrnti. Termt ou appll I little house that invalid Lan i
tattoo No. 4 Second are.. IMytonnDr Kidgowood and \olusiaa\r whiter than \now-; ThotigifatSeach in i 1r i I
,O. A. KI/XK lend It. HOPby \\ K, Phone 89 Daytona, 111: II I
slclani In barge I t ''I Thera rested:\Curly Head throbbing with pam..:But once in a while I I r ,

--- -- --_._- -- 1 when lie aching grew numb, Those: Crippled Mites dreamt: of the 1 /t? Norman S. Dayton

DR. \\'. A. GO\'I: Halifax .\\usk i House t II ,revels t' q"* }**,,ome, Till they. 'smIled with'dchght in their.s slumber* I

George \\'raylThe I = and thtr< Dentist

I cheapest place in the State to I '! --Fir-.Tree : tired, and sank ins' dote, But ,was aearV 1 t :- REAL ESTATE.

Office: tornvr Kklgtwood mid \"(iin.i1 I buy Pianos Pi mos to Kent Tuning 4! Ccsand when a murmur arose,' He watched the \ur 4 / 1e
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Repairing and lifhing l I.j a :5 bend oethtitsaid' =-r-'a, sulerers bed Till his wonderment grew to :1hi,.

PHONE S9 skilled workmanLLSSONS 4 4 i : "\\hvj_these' must be' children; l likctHbsc who one. Can' lOr f |In.9|M'rt\ 1st 'l(ior sonlli or pnitofficc. 11'. II. ED-

_. __ __ __ 4 4 t per played o u h'our green summer woo d s, andj++ i rat|;:iad((fo wf haJcI 1 literary. and he talks about b.o ad \IOMIamrrer| Diytona 111. flans) Estimates andSnp'rinieu l

I GiiA\ : yh" and these' all gneCx;VnJ frtTt afrai: lime tlllkx to 1 lcn.' Lumber Mi nolii Avenue ami
DR. I I'. II. HOUGinON: But those were: all laughter, are m nt ff the K | e. vanl

:I my shade's nv;dief _Oh, what can'this'ramjjcftnat! I{ nC\t'f J't\ .\nt \I ,1.! r.<,itful that she pretends she. too Is I F. I E: I'. l.'nluij: I'honpsat' r.fiitraril, and! residence.
I 1J luhlio has { "
> t a thorough lit rarI bate t Dentist knowk-Ugeif the German language : j' 'hy. should'ittake"somuch v > r. : tr.oublc tOiTical I h l?" <); hough t 'Utit I how cjt you manage to keep ap

I and has traveled abroad lor further : was. so sai.hat'! : :tptl.\'cry".ndr--=Or :', pcrh3t s the conversation ghee be-"
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Phone 32 I 20S, Dijtona, Haf j I I distress from i inquisitive! sigh *. He wa 1{ ..6.Jc tallc 1 the other party In a libttiwr kar Oicourse : F:,18t,1hh"IoI Tear.. ourI'rleesan-nlaht-Mechloer7 the ne8t. :
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1 the strangPrc'arations[ bch id the scenes ,t a'uzzlcd' Fairl y "Oh. well, I don't know a girl any, : :; ..; ;:"t i.;.., 7. SAW MIL.l. OUTFITS :
1 of tho bcd-r dden %1eanI 5 It .' ..-" t..
vthc heads e \ : faslnoiniaKazines .
where who reads
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: I: At last there arrived one"radiant; da) When \:, hel Mod i i- :; as jou: : r,...rpw.. 'ir: and Pollen std all klndsof' "" ;
... : > "Ml.niell. 1 knew that U..h < lIo"d.'orklngmnChlner7.nd : "
The Ivy Lane Inn : I c.nc; ;Men 'were orderedall awl', XiyOjWftlJyS l ? ) N r ungste''[3 nit-ant to make me a liandsonie (hrist Jr ..... mill su pp Iles./ We carry a .

: I trooped into one, To' s add i I : large stock anti can make : '

Enlarged and Improved :: I fun. ThcTcwcrc Bohbies'and* BSsits? "-ai V \..nn** 4 sand It &, WithtlHarr e himself to It." I : IrnrnPdlate Iblprul'nl. '.;

: us al.ili'Y.'of unusual! limbs, Thtfr' ?,''w:as s'Hobb n + ho lu 'pc d "Hut how= "t : I'-' I.IJ r"l. .Ut iIlu..tratc catalogm We can save you money. :
i i1 *> 'i I 1 o "late you never heard of feminint i, : ( oiu|,1. (, line carrel in ftock
With Increased Facilities in M11)epartments, ,,"iI11e able in still I : \ipOn"crutchcs And :1.otcr)1y( bragging of bJrlle and of''clutches. I I. Address all letters to "+
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dear
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larger degree to please and satisfy those who desire lefineil 1 : ; )If ):'ouave, hirnhe_' word. he was off: !like a ihot\A-trundlin\,. along this 11 m'ntwRf..t to him the fart that I am I. .lALS Y C 0 if 1 PAN Y, ATLANTA FgetrbSlreet, OEOROIA. :

elegance as: well as Ail Comforts and (('omeineme" : I: wheels, lw'wcte t :_" }' 5d-hot.; "He.teas sent to:i Invite: the Matron arallAnd d collecting lie hattFil turquoll"f'l the subject I knew tint In th.way h."' i i. ...111 t***********,*,*..*.*..*........11111.1111111.1.111 .

: ,fi'l.... was back in a trice lest the ,curtain should fall I,
: had taken the hint and thought it a'ddtntal
;Open from November to May. : I Oht' "tbc) shout that went up when the Tree came.t o :' i iI I..

: ,! ightAI}? f: -" 1,itidtd: ( with'presentsand :;:blazin g''ith' tight! "Oh-h; do slww me-" iI I I ,

ti Vl1.V.. FOLTZ, Lessee. : When ontX-:,?'.} ...;, I '- 1 said I doted on him; Id haasaid
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what 1 I I'issmas Tee! For the branches: half hidd n -
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I from'Ie \', Were top of all orts and of every huend everywhere t1 11 a fondness for tb<'m-I Iso ac .. ill -

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Oh the toffee and 1 and watches and Ychaim cl I ,
ti trumpets
: OPEN SHOP Magnolia Avenue l Iibrarshe seemed nervous and II l I
: I }>asked .Noah's Arks) tm%ng!ne<; and trains i I Blue sailo staved to find the reason:'

I and hips that could never,have Minknd a "'( buttoncvichocola'd "\nd Jid-" 4i9 '

: tlc hansdan ling his' 'trunk1 There were ? to She> asked if I did not r..nt .,:, I
W. H. WRIGHT & SON : ,,
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puppie'ind \\ .. au"n i blmkablequcakable f y dollio an d >
: l' gift a man could make to a aI: abe :i i [Rn
: .A red Soldier all / I ;I and) brave, .\i J '
rats, sttlyd4tJ scarlet// i )) liked verniiieh I r.q.lid i !i Y
., TaintingDmuatinf .: a Banncr'so; .starchy ,nivcr I would wave, Silver baslsl.sr-'lastlck I go ld: I if the girl had saffron hail awl 1 7 i I 1Dz +

beads on.a string, I I'mpin"\ : ; ; '.. hat vvflutiTgrunt, brigh.1 t .birds on t IC I which were heated at nvln ate d'a :! -'
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t I tapl'rhanil1: :.{ .4. i flaxen-haired ->- t 1 /. I' +11fd with a sti"at r.1 I est: she knew a man whit JII"i':i Ind i 1. j$129
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Y West of Ridgewood avenue Da>.tona, I londa i I I 1'he....' ft\ rC'u : ci !)al was gu .n fur presents ai I d his: hope that the set would soon t><. i

.............................N.NIN1N............ I plunder 'r .; ,TI r 1 4. (/ : (:aih Toddler in turn got il he housed under his" owa roof:' j CHAS BLUA\ & COMPANY\

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Y NN.....N.... .. .......... j I gilt a fat" tl. ,.+ / : \ ., ., I cracker. was hrcd So nth.n "1 said yes, the girl was lurkil Blue Ribbon Beer
( NN 1N .. ..........to. I All I tiJj :r-v '" she had a setting for martyrdom: that and Lewis 66
f : ..1)) the It 0/ .twTa and excittment were don Whiskey
I ,.,,, .) romp>. eT the man \\bu'oold make a girl: such !
: i ,1 .\ndone t the.t...',..1 t (.I...1,1, ;. ;r : c..: /i\o)%\ear\-worn \ ounl1hrs went C'
:: : Daytona Transfer & Livery Stable .: bircpt \" (lIt;l :'JJ- t'I -/ :: "J- .\nd. mumbled I their praters atj expect his wife to pfefer a subsrrlii : .......'. **..... ....................

: :. :;' .oft,10); thcir I\"-": ...!' ,." !....:- ::bed, With their treasure all cud: ilI <.. km made to frock a magazine aDd an to addition a new to tailor. tt. : MALLORY :

:1 f C. E. JOHNSTON iKst und"r thcit1 h! i.ads-+- \11\", von oulJn't imagine a I Fir-Tree :.0 library to a trip to Palm 1I..at.h'" .

Proprietor. : proud AsA'our' ; Friet\d\ uVn he thought of. that happv young croW(Ij I ''Good' I m glad von aid=' : WLINES f

han thv Xiul he\iid.. a* >')>un\H/d .hlm into.the yard,' Where the ..fadritt w.as Ini not myself. duir K1 1 u", ,: #
: bt>st Lin.ry in tin c'ity with whitltl1'i- i : tie i .
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the next room ant'! b HI.1 c.': \ Id'f :
blovJmg ncith} : ;
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t Alir had b+11',1! him t.. -' : I t SPECIAL
familiar with all load PASSENGER-EXPRESS :
ii veis *. (). rrtefnur .Beech, ,For.ofly ambitions arc out. of my reach, But I Christmas gift for ni', an '.\ i., i. .

: 1 I Id ms'life"to. live: over a r;!,tin; I'd spend it in"*rladdcninn D! D Childre n.1 came in sh.. told) him to n.tit A'I,;'.. : STEAMSHIPS.
t. Look for the Silver Tipped Rigs. I' AmenI \ Ii i 1 she met m '! in thf' I Iilran.; s II h<' could l! t Lal e
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t' Phone 27. Opposite Tubluchool.. I' ___ t' 1 '' \"\, \ / I 1//ft r--- 5-" the selection' Did M:n. u. r know : onItrlto\\lIIXf:
: such an unmitigated; rat' $T.1TIBOtI.i: \HI: )
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t : i \ .. i a ,set of Thackeray! Rob was th.'l.and ., .1.1.\\: I. I.tClaO\1'll.l.1:1YIity: ; TIIr.SD\Y( .
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t Picture Frames Door and Window Sireen made I.. ..rI'r. ---.r- --: I right It+X bj' Wrifht+ .\ 1'..I' f.r. r.Ii.'g k.:+.nhugattra-ti.te. ..t.... "J'I.I.-.*.; "ff.'rtotlly other line; diagrams, re"erratione; n.

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This Coupon The Sonitol Chemical LaboratoryCo. -- t.,
4266 Uckde Are,St. LMII.MOo !
Christmas Gifts Now
Buy .1 Y Ya J.
IIr recl.e tat $1X0.lot which wain*UK ,
auoctmem d 1 J Sjnitol prod MU u udete/. That All Important Bathroom.
is Worthy Deaeec r. thoathm f 4JUJJU white BUM Say Daytona Merchants j uAP S \ rRPa56

..,, ATWOOD '\ Prop. II You have often heard people remark, pelf I

$1 70 Dayton PtUltnACY. Florid Thirty Enterprising Business Houses Have Special Christmas Announcements in { were ever to build I would plan my bathroom
first and would not put all my mcney into the parlor with all
to You $2. 70 yon trilr I L-4 the Gazette-News Today. I its finerr."

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Street That' good common sense sentiment, for the bathroom i is the ;
I Have you started to buy those Wallace's Curio Store has many S. Nakabayashi at the Japanese
worth of moss important of all
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Christmas novelties this that I'1 Curios Store has
Cup : presents jet9 I pretty new year many unique ar- the household. It's '3
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.. ....... Of course not. You say" its too will please. young and old alike. 1 j I tides typical of his native country. the Mecca of cleanliness i
but it isn't. As bon bons and candies For Christmas Mrs. .
nw sue early, to generally i I j j new millinery health and refine .
}. You have always delayed buying the Atwood Pharmacy, i iVonng's I S. M[ Ryan, at the Shell Boat: bids ment, and nowadavs j
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them until Christmas Eve, haven't Pharmacy, T. F. Curtis A j l!i for your patronage ;+;" many home are judged; i

for you And yet you were angered if :Son and J. A. Shanks & Son can j I I Don't miss calling at McFaddcn's I by their bathrooms.We .
$1.00 bill you did not get just what you supply you with the finest. !1! He announces many pretty sou-

wanted or if the presents were not ; If }oar prefer something in the ;,I venirs. i would Etc to

The Cut out Sanitol this coupon Chemical m upper Laboratory right hand Company corner, of and St. send Louis toy,, delivered on time. I dry goods line the Chas. II Gardiner :! T. S. Wood, in :addition to dry i/il/ part help you plan your "

with a $1.00 bill and our name, and they will deliver >you /+.'-,'t: In the Ga/ette-Nevvs you will find Company or the Peck-Hendricks' goods, has: toys, dolls and curios. t bathroom and believe i
through us the complete assortment of ten full size/fa* the Christmas announcements of I Company can supply your wants. The Merchants Bank has an announcement 7 :,., that we could surprise I

packages of Sanitol as illustrated. These are the most, thirty Daytona business houses who I O. S. Burnett, the Tailor, can fur- :i that if you follow will u w i jou by putting in a !

satisfactory toilet preparations in the wor'd and they ; have Christmas attractions and are nish the new suit you have thought!''.! make your children happy. i bathroom for you at a
regular total retail price of these articles is $2.70. I '
a oQ: now ready for your trade. i i to buy your son or husband. The Pictorial addition of the Gazette much l less cost than you .
OQA L. H. Rowe A Co., }inform the Ga !j I For Chnsmas cakes! and ollj'r''' -Sews for 1907-S will lie 1-1 might expect and at the j!

ATWOOD PHARMACY zette-Sews that they; are already I sweet things call at the Daytona sale in a few lays and will make an same time do i it better than you anticipated it could be done for even i

W.M. HANKINS laying aside many articles. They I Bakery appropriate remembrance for friends more money.

PROPRIETOR have a very elaborate stock of jewelry R. H Lebesne, at the Kodak:,': in the North. We have ;
Daytona. Florida a booklet "Modern: Home Plumbing" which will ;
silverware, cut glass and many Place, has many new and attractive The stocks of the ,various merchants -
show how
you to arrange your bathroom, kitchen and laundry
novelties. novelties this year, as well as pictures are complete now Later on 1
with Baths and
plumbing .StaOilird" one piece Lavatories, the best 1
flco. II Clark likewise has a fine and art goods.: j I they will bo broken and shattered plumbing equipment art the world. Call: write or phone fur a
line of the same class of goods an.11} The Bee Hive, conducted by J. j: What you see in the show window copy. It is free. +

you will find something at his storet i t W. Fulgham can lit you out with I.I today may not be there next week. : oj

that is bound! to please )011. ; presents" for the whole family.If 1 If you buy the gift now that you. JOE OSBORNE
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| Anthony Brothers and The Globe it's furniture ,'on're thinking, think you think jour friend will

announce a number of attractive articles of read the ads of the Bingham .V fancy you will be sure of it. If jou
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as presents for gentlemen. {l Malcy Company the Halifax Furniture :' wait till later it may be gone.; The =

1 Then comes Gardiner's Store Company and the Daytona j: early shopper get the pick of the
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ey t' and Photo Studio with water colors, I:I Furniture Company. I j I i gjod-i. That means they get precisely :- 1I.1--. .....1.....1..N...............1...1...1........

frames, framed pictures and art!i I If you are going out for your. what they want. DRY CITIZENS OF i ii

t tt r novelties well as kodaks amlj I Christmas dinner remember than i i Buy early and everybody is
DRY COUNTIES
kodak supplies.The j Mac's Cafe announce that they will j hippy. The merchant and his i i I

Gruber-Morris: Hardware serve from noon until six in the cv- j clerks are not now so rushed' as they : Frequently Apply to Us in Their Distress. '

sO Company has a list of a few appro- ening.If j i will be the last; few days before !
a priate articles and a visit to their you expect to 'have a family I. Christmas. In the rush you are ..FORTHC- HOLIDAYS HRITE_ TO i

store will suggest many more pretty gathering at jour home Odum<< can I liable to ]tIC fretful and think you \

O / II things as gifts. furnish you with a fine turkey, and are neglected by the :Nilepeople. ,I THE JOSEPH ZAPF COMPANY II "

:ii iiT I Barnes, the Novelty Man, sells f'j j the Conrad Ornery Company has an Now they' hive time to wait (>n you I. Jacksonville, Florida !
I erything. In fathe has so many 1 f'1\1): (.rate line of fresh( fancy gros properly. "
-- -- I ; Who Will You With the Purest and Best :
Supply
things that it would 1 be useless to series ( |many for the Christmas Buy (Christinas; ,
PASTEUR the auspices of the :State'; Health I enumerate any. I trade. your presentsearly. ],,Z Beverages for Your Table. :

I Officer. The services' of the Boardare ----- -- --- .. WK MIL SOLE AGENTS: FOR THE CELEBRATED
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given gratuitously and for the
TREA \ | Duckers Ducked. and three' ducks I
were killed on the The Reliance in Port. '

.1It1lt I indigent paid. the labratory ft-os will lie I Among the various Thanksgiving: way home, 'but the enthusiasm of The 'houseboat Reliance: came Anheuser- St 'Louis

Arrangements have Been --- --- hunting parties' none* I perhaps proved the party had vanished} and only down the river Saturday and tied up 'i i

Clip the Coupon.W j f more c.f a l boomerang than that three ducks which courted destruction at the Halifax River Yacht Club
the City Health Officer For
j M. flanking, proprietor uf the II which k.ft' Holly Hill in jubilant drew their lire Weary, water- dock. The Reliance is' from Baltimore

ginning the Treatment Here.The \twood Pharmacy, has an advertiv- spirits about six o'cKx Wednesday soaked and hungry they longed for I and carries a crew of four. I Busch Beers

State Health Officer has meat in today's Ga/ette-Ncws olTer- evening of last week, exporting to home, which they reaihad in the She is a large, roomy boat, well I

arrangements with the .:\ ing "Ji.70 j worth of Sanitol prepara- spend the next day shooting ducks late afternoon, having passed I 11 built and nicely fitted out. Her

of the City of New York by tions for : (1.00. This is one of the and squirrels at the head of the ThanksgivmgI.iy. in fasting' if not!]length over all is sixty-five feet and f Als-) Carry a Complete Line of Imported and Domestic Wine, Cordials: :
the State Board I in I I Whi keys, Ales, Porter and Mineral Waters.
of
Health sis Halifax, praver.
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beam sixteen
most remarkable offers ever made feet, while her draft i is ; Z
enabled to offer to the- and all you have to do is to cut out The party consisted! of II. CQiiattlebaum --- -- --- I only thirty inches. !, : WRITE FOR PRICE LIST. ZSISIIISI

Florida the Pasteur the coupon and mail it with a one I Monte Smiley, Fred No Limit Set. There is a large stateroom on the i....................................................

hydrophobia. Through the dollar bill to the Sanitol Manufacturing ( Xewcomb and a colored man by the During the went mujicy !ottrini upper) dec.k, aft of the pilot room,
of Daytont's city health officer Company. Mr. llankins i is a I name of" Emanuel Smith. Their i I igencymost of tin t banks of the which is also( a very comfortable .I.1.I.I.......I.ISI.I.1.I.1.I11.........1.I.

E. L. Stewart, the first stockholder in the company and I II !!craft, a row boat belonging to E. .\. country, among them most of the room. In fact spare is not skimped

of this treatment will be backs the offer with his personal Richards, was heavily laden with I Florida banks, have inaugurated a in any part of the l heat, her state BARNES i the Novelty Man

T hand and ready for I guarantee. If you are not satisfied ,:, bedding, provisions, ammunition limit as to the amount of currency rooms anti galley on the lower clerk ,

at the Atwood Pharmacy, with the preparations bring them j I, and guns !each depositor is allowed to withdraw .having more the appearance of .

being probably the first city back to him and he will not only I On their way up the river they Mos of the banks allow $i_!5:; rooms in a house ashore She hasa SELLS EVERYTHING.Especially :
State, outside of Jacksonville, II ixr day) or $10<> week. The .
refund your dollar but reimburse were overtaken by a launch oon- j per nice bathroom and other
thus prepared for the Merchants Bank, of this city, how- Stationery, Fishing Tackle, Crockery, :
for boundI iences and fresh
you whatever trouble you have 'taming some acquaintances can carry a l'OO\'en-1 Glassware .
of the dread disease of been put to. Don't delay as the I for St. Augustine' who gave them a ever, made no such rule but depositors 'supply' of lfi<) gallons; and :20)( Fancy Confectionery, Souvenir Past :
Card'( Tailing Machines, Dolls, Toys and Notions.! :
The following extract from offer expires very shortly. I tow to the draw bridge on Smith \\fere invited tj "come and I get .lens of gasoline, her motive power I .

Health Health Notes will be --- Creek where they decided to make their money on demand.:' This being supplied by a White A. Mid- BARNES :

terest: Secured the Deer. I camp and await daylight. (It was speaks well indeed for Dajtona's. dleton engine which propels her at', .
"In the first place it i is a (financial institution, and lends to Will also frame Pictures, sharpen Saws,
Friday evening of last week John I about two a. m., when they reached a uniform speed of about six miles I your your :
r tion-not the remark that it now has a surplus Knives, Scissor, Lawn Mowers[ Etc., and will
*, a cure. Robarts discovered some fresh deer this point, which proved to be one per hour Altogether she is a fine, : :
"The time to give the tracks in the western part of town |oaf disaster' They had, transferred of over Go.iKiO; or in other comfortable boat just the trick forrrcuing : repair almost anything that is out of whack. :
is immediately after the words the surplus! exceeds the .
their and I other articles in southern
waters
and dumber of guns some
calling together
is bitten mad animal. a i capital stock. Depositors! perhaps, : In Fact for Any Want Remember :
by a the city's nimrods and adding their ''to the launch when they boarded The Reliance came by way of (lie .' ,
one is bitten, by a mad dog ,I I do not appreciate the j inconvenienceto canal from St Augustine an.1"a i, .
dogs to his own pack of hounds
there is a lapse of 18 to .30 started on the trail of the creature 'the'again put ( which they would bo subject. had I held up at the Smith Creek drawbridge I!''I I BARNES
before the disease develops. had l been this hank followed the general rule for several ] 1 ,
which was overtaken and dispatchedabout !rowboat and this : accomplished days, being too .

during this time that the a mile and. a half west' of .and Smith was standing; on as to -withdrawals- -- I large to pass it The dredge Tomoka ;, : THE NOVELTY MAN. :
treatment-is given. When side of the halt when Monte removed the bridge .
Beach street on a line with Second one Elected Officers.At on Thanksgiving '
.,s ease develops it is eternally avenue. The party included J. L : :Smiley; ( attempted to step into her the I Day, allowing the !Reliance:. tocontinuc !' : 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, .FLA. :.
of fountain
"The principal of the Robarts, .John and Bob ltwIinss.: ] ; : with a two-gallon jug of water. As I regular meeting" her journey to this place. I. ....................................................
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is to render the individual W. W. Douglas, II. E. uigg, Thad. | he did so the l hoot listed and although City held Lodge( Xo. 0, Knights of II The Reliance i is owned ]by Capt. i __ _______
Pjthias Garth
to the disease, just as one is Monte( saved himself with Monday night Nelson of the Nelson Yacht Build ''
r'I McCollum and M. H. Xuber. I I It Young of
proprietor YoungsPharmacy
. dered immune to smallpox by ; nothing more than a foot wetting ing Company. of Baltimore, but is
: I took the First flank
cination, or immune to lla Went Squirrel Hunting. the boat capsized with :Smith; and here to 'find a purchaser during the
and the. oflloers
degree following
HafTkine's serum. !i and the cargo in about nine feet of ,season! Norman S. DaytonLUMBIR.
Messrs. M.( B. and ;l\\. Foltz were were elected: j
"In practice, the treatment water. The launch was obliged to
among those who took advantage of W. C. Smith--Chancellor Oom-j) !
out as follows: When a health continue her journey. leaving the j Captured Red Fox.
Thanksgiving Day to gunning. mander
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e who is in touch with the New ,
unfortunate hunters to their
, They had a couple of colored boys recover Chas V. (Jailor--Vice Chancellor: ( For some time B N. :Stevens i I i !
_ Labratory has a case to best they could} ] .
as
; property
who files South ]
It\ familiar with the country along with I Commander I I I on Ridgewootl: ,
I wires the labratory to (' { them as guides, and after tiring of Imagine their plight. Their 1 bedding I Wesley Herruk-I Prelate. avenue, has been troubled by something ':I
treatment. Upon receipt soaked their Yard, Magnolia Avenue and F. 11: Railway. Also I
shooting gray squirrels in the hammocks was pro'isionsgone I Joseph.borne' Master Work. taking his chickens and
telegram the labratory they pushed on westward to and their guns, ammunition !! A. K Urokaw Keeper of Records I'I'I I finally decided it was a fox. Tuesday Plans, Estimates; and Superintendence. Real Estate office :
' first dose and each and other things at the bottom lie W. W. ]1st door !south'\ of. P. O.) W. II. EDMONDSOlianagem.( i
morning
the flatwoods, where among the pine I and Seals and Master( of Finance. reported to
sends the succeeding dose j Thytom, Florida Phones at ofikr. yard and residence.
timber they secured a couple of tine the creek Two of the number constituted C. M. Rmgham Master of Exchequer -I I Douglas that the animal had again

r entire series is sent. The fox squirrels. They also added a themselves a diving party been after his fowls and Mr(

officer gives the series as moccasin snake to their collection I and after considerable work recovered -I' P. T. Hart-Master at Arms :i Douglas and Theodore Tice at once i
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And thus the treatment is during; the day. I three of their four guns, their ,: hurried to 3f lr. Stevens place, taking ,11111111............11111111111111.1.1.11111/1.N1.1..
at home as well as anywhere --- 1! ammunition, and a chunk of cheese. I Believes in Publicity. with them three hound" two of .

I "It must not be inferred Cut From Mahogany. .i The fourth gun was recovered after Joseph Osborne the plumber, them being only five months old,
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'.t'. this that only the State I II. Y. Thompson recently com-I I.daylight and the cheese, after being with this issue largely increases! his which Mr[ Douglas had received CONRAD GROCERY CO. !
Health administer this denuded oi its accumulation of river from
can pleted at S. II. Cove's shop several advertising space in the Gazette- Kentucky. They put the I. ,
ment. : Any physician can work for mud, formed their only article of News columns, calling attention to dogs f,n the trail and they soon ran
handsome pieces of cabinet !I : : (Successor: ) to E. T. Conrad & Co.) :
places himself in touch J. Earl Bacon of Number Nine. breakfast the bathroom and other fixtures of the fox to earth. The dogs were .
New York Labratory, BO that !I There be done but held in leash as it was hoped to i. :
Several months ago Mr. Bacon was nothing' to I the Standard Sanitary Mfg Co., of
get the treatment without brought to the shop a mahoganylog 1 I I make their way homeward which Pittsburg, which he handles and is capture the fox alive and this was :' :. Carry a Full and Complete .:

"Another natural the beach, to be proved a difficult task as there was prepared to !supply your house. thei accomplished )Ir. }Douglas now
picked up on I I : : Line of Plain and Fancy :
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Will not the delay.in getting worked up for him in this manner I I a head wind and the waves were I I i I work 'being done promptly and by has the fox <':lgel1.I j. .

l New York militate against it? and the articles just finished, a desk I running high on the Halifax. I'skilled i plumbers Mr. Osborne I -

answer:,the initial dose can be I of the ashore I has a large, well fitted shop and I Lemons Maybe.A .
J! [chair, pipe rack and lamp are in They put one party II I ] GROCERIESCLOVER
-f on hand and given as soon addition to a number of others previously I''just south of the mouth of the To- carries :a good !stock of supplies and new club has been formed in !

patient reaches Daytona. made for him. : moka river, another in the northern I I it will be to your advantage to I Daytona this week known as; the ; : 4 .
second dose will be received part of Ormond and Mr. Quattle apply to him for anything in the Lemon Club. The charter list H :i.. --0- :

time, and thus no delay e B. B. Baggett, Bernard Kellar, baum deserted the boat between I way or plumbing. I quite large and includes many well HILL BUTTER. '.
(Only the first dose can be and Hill known Ii
Roy Barnes and Percy Rogers drove Ormond Holly leaving I Ir i I citizenThe initiation fee I tI
this way.) over to DeLand Thanksgiving Dayto j r Smith and another colored man :!! Mr**. George }Heath( of Cedar I is twenty-five cents, and the funds ,' .:

"It is this that the State) see the football game, which is hired at Ormond to bring the tat) I II i i I Rapid- Iowa[ arrived! Tuesday afternoon derived) are to be used! i II> buy an I: The Conrad Grocery Company .:
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Health has arranged for and said to have drawn the largest crowd ]I home. I I and is visiting her mother oyster stew for each member Justice At

offers to the people of of football enthusiasts ever gatheredin Their ammunition, althoughwater I I Mrs. Katherine Beebe on Ridge. Titus is Chief Gazabo whileG t : hT Conrad; & Co's old) stand. :. ,

be administered at the : this section of the country. soaked, still proved all right, j I wood avenue Blake B Young ij Master oi C',iu N. ...N.111111111.1.1...1./1.111.....1.1..1.1.....11
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THE DAYTONA GAZETTENEWSPUBLISHED I A marshmallow roast on the beach hundred dollars to the Holly Hill district I, Port Orange. ; t -

which wat concluded by a dance, was : towards the purchase c-f- two lots i BARGAIN COUNTER. { :-x xrc

EVERY SATURDAYT. enjoyed last Friday night by the joining< the present school property at Port Orange, Dec. Tuesday even-i, ..

-- 1 E. FITZQERALD, Editor younger society set. I that! place, provided the sub-district I mg there was a carp pleasant dance at J: bargains every day on _- I
out
1 Mr. Davis, --- -- visitor is here for the winter, guest rl would agree to reimburse the School was generally observed i j I II i our Bargain 'iawe' in the line of Remnants! of Dress -

Y THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY Mr. and Mrs. Hilton on Ocean a'enue.11rs. Board at the rate of one hundred dollars' Laces Embroideries in the village. The stores and post- T Good= Ribbons X
it ( INCORPORATED ) Garlock and Miss Mamie Hubbe, per year. i office were closed and many came home I : Goods, Patterns, Skirts, Shirtwaist; Suits, Hats, ;- ,
Y. arrived with the
of Glo\ersnlle X. '
,
Ten dollars month s
per was appropriated to enjoy the day among them Mr. and < invite to look them over for!
Etc. and you
Bleekman: the latter of last I Etc we
party part for the of six children ] ,
transportation
I Mrs. C. .1. Smith and Ma Maude 1111I ;
Entered at the PostofEce at Daytona, Honda, 33 Second Class Matter. week. I : from Bereford to the DeLand burn. i i there may be something you need among them, and ,
I
Thomas Keating is expected to ar- i
!ihool. Miss Minnie will money.
I Mrs. K. H. McDonald, arc you
rive today and will for the j
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. present I The Board decided to allow. ten dollars Carrow j and a friend spent the day visiting I!' .
the east room of one of their '
occupy towards the of each teacher'! i Peck-Hendricks Company.
relatives here.
One one year. .... .. .. ... ..$1..,0 I beach cottages. expenses & The.
! One copy copy six months...-..'..:::.:.:'.::..:.::::=::::':'.::::::" : ::::::.:=::===:.:..: .75 Butler Wilson & Co. sold two ocean from this county who! would attend the 1 Mr!'. G. F. Lufbery came in from *
,
One copy three month .. "... .... ... .... ..'.......' .............. ........._.__... -......... .40ADVERTISING t.--a'h lots last week belonging to the State Teacher Association to be held j White Springs Friday: :and returned the S........... ... .....++++++....+.............*.....+.
: At 'St. Petersburg beginning I>ec. 31stand i same day. ;
I RATES.DISPLAY Brush estate to Albert Bennett Day- I
'; continuing three days.! TLe Board Mrs. Fair Miss and Miss .................... .
tonx The property is located in &> i j Bradley ; .1.1...1.1.??......1.1... 1t ..
ADVERTISEMENTS.Rate also decided that all schools shall close Dyall went to eland to !'ft-ndTlJanh. : .

1 per Inch per Insertion to regular advertiser...... .. ............-]10 cent! breeze.J.. a.1 December 20th for the Christina. holidays I giving. m JUST 1 RECEIVED The interesting"Kodak and Home instructive Portraiture.little" book "' >"?
Rite per Inch per Insertion for less than three months................ .....-...__ cantRate I W. Shaw wife and and hall reopen on Jan.: Oth.i I Miss May hoses, of flak Hill was entitled it free of chArg. Can -
mail to
per inch: per insertion for tingle Insertion..... ..........................._...-...:JO C'ff.ts Louise arrived from Cortland, Ohio : anJ get one or drop! us a line and we will! you Every .
1 Wednesday evening and are located. in i I The Superintendent was instructed tj -) %'visiting(' .i i=tee, Mr.. C. Christian":: 'y kooaI.f'r ,bould have thin little book as It teaches and suggests many ways to

i Rate per line, each insertion READING w ...NOTICES OH.. LOCAL.: ..... .. .... .10 Cf'Dt:< the upper rooms of H. I". Thompson's i blackboard.purchase twentyaliens of Hrl.> Plate{ j i j last Mr.wed and Mrs. Stockman arrived fr..m' :: "make' portraits. which \\niISiW*We many ban present also the, for tlst Holidays.I::.stman catalocuf's andample .:. -

RATES FOIl CI1URCHL.3, LODGES; ETC.: home on Seabreeze aenue. I I

r All club, society ()ranization.lode( ;,:: and church noti'f'!, other tLw rel.wuerviees : .- Mrs. Jenson and daughter, of St. j >n Tuesday m..roiug the regular !I Charlevoix MM*., Friday. See Lesesne at -THE KODAK PLACE"lieacJi I
w S eenta per line. Cards of thanks ->0 cent each. I.: hit4'.ns, o rot s I Paul, are recent arrivals. They hare j I routine business was transacted.. The tern I'nion eopte are setting .
per line. Legal advertising at legal raf. I MH-d the Hermitage of H. W. Craig|i Tre asurer's book acre audited and ap- I' up aThedditi.rnal telegraph poles and the < Street, 2 doors North of :3rd; Avenue. J .

GENERAL rROn-IOX5. and will sjieud I the winter here. I proved( old "'arrant.cmceIIed; new I F.1 E. C. |people( are repairing the plat- i.1.1.1.1.i.........................................:
e No single charge for display adv ertiblng of any kind less! than oO etnts. --. j bills were approved and warrant drawn forn.
Good position given every advertisement. extra chargf: 2 rents p' r inchw21 Mr. and .Mrs. A. Baker and their ,
be made for ads with specified position No rHal po>itKin girth rn .1.! DOINGS AT THECOUNTY for the same-- little daughter arrived tram their l home ; ....................................... ..............
leas than five Inches.!! -- -- ,
No advertisements accepted for the first in Illinois Sunday. : :
Extra charge made on display adtrtisment5 page. Nr.t.inir.g an "\"f'r,,|e.f :'.'.r' SEAT. !;; Ormond. i ii : Miss I Lilly John- came up from I M. ELLA DE VOY CO. :

than 30 words to the Inch. !I i ;i Eklora Monday to visit relatie.NOTICE -. ..
AQ bill the fret of each month. vLADIES'
payable on Ormond Dec. 4-On Tuesday, December \ HATTERS |
MiTi
--- :
-- I
I 10th the ladies who have been '
SATl.IWAVO'Et: : ER J<>, Iu7 O-uity Commissioners and County working through the summer months! i : t Correct in Stales. Personal attention to Fitting.; .

making articles towards raising '!To all wlrun it rnaml.t'rn: : Xo 0 South Ifcarh :Street, DaytonarStroam. '
---- | School Board Transact County for money : ...................................................
........................................ e..4........ Business at DeLand. a new organ for the I'nion Church I I This H to certify that James: L. 'I"iI.x
: I will hold a Bazaar and HandenlikfSale : \\ i i., no longer marshal an'l I

Board rrft Monday pursuant to ad- at the A" I. A. ro'Ins afternoon an.1e'enioj l ,, ,riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'niW"i"ni.iii"iiW.W".Wiiii YnViVwViWi lt" [
'OU"'tJr of I>;j\tona eac-h.l :" ,," :
and Beach i it
i Seabreeze Daytona j'lUrnrnt-Lt. Present E. I.. ;
I chairman; II. D. Brooke, John Iotter'l Mr. Stillwell and family arrived at'1:: I'nUi 1 \by order, of the Town

MRS. H. A. BERNARD Editor. W. II. }Bride, and S. D. Jordan their bungalow north cf the hotel shier ''Council. II. I'. TII-.MI';: ":s, Co.Successors

t ; ;: I Minutes of last meeting read, they will XI\'t'mlPr} :.I.' 1 fJl';. Clerk. I .
_ _ : : ............. spend[ the winter :
.. ....... ......... I t
................. .YY9. Y9. motion duly approved and signed j Dr J. B. -- -- .- -- -
i Kinney, of St. Augu-tine, to I
Seabreeze. Dec. Council met ia' of the prettiest of the holidays.Mr. -j The follow: road and bridge rc-'w'! 'a; in town Tuesday: and AA'cdr.csday.E. : -Dr. Houghton will occiipv his
and Mrs. W. J. of ports were then submitted: : PECK & FOSTER.
regular session Monday evening, IX-c- Mersey, Springfield M. Penfield of the f nnond Hotel nets .juarters in Peck block at the
ember 2, president pro tern T. Frank: Mai*., hoI! ere stopping at "the District Xo. 1-Repairs on road from'

Williama presiding present aldermen (, Glen wood. have taken one of the Elect j Osteen: to East Coast Ferry! and l>e- arrived__ Sunda). treat end() of f South Bridge, Nov 1st.Don't :: .,.. Family Groceries
I .. :r.
.
.
Gilmore and Be<-kman. Several bills : man cottages on South Valley street. I! and and Ornate; City road. j, : ..... .

were allowed. Communication from L.I' Mr. and Mrs. John Hunt arrived from i j District Xo 2 Pinestrawing one | J(...ISIS ISIS ISIS ISiS ISIS ISIS ISIS ISIS 15151515........:

Z. Burdiek was read and accepted. C. New York and are occupying their {, mile road on North Bouleyard.I ;: Grain Fanry I

P. Lund, C. A. Ballough'and; Jas. Aber- home on the Halifax, Halifax 8\<: e.District Xo. Pineslrawing DeLand : Fail to See the : ;::;: l..-" and Food

crombie were appointed inspectors! of Frank Harding spent Thanksgiving: I and DC Leon Springs road, set! en miles. ', 2

election, C. P. Lund, elerk. Petitionwas with his family. on Oakridge ulevard. District Xo. 4-Repairs on Daytona { "irsASmwTHREos-1>roduce rodnct8 j

presented to La1:. L. Potter's I and Port Orange road, and progress ".n' Continuous Moving Pictures : :
name placed on ballots. Clerk was authorized on Daytona and DeLand road. J i.IUUUUIUUnuunnunnllJ ,iMuwyw .ywuuu Nnrrlu uy1MA1 5y 1Y tii

to have fifty ballot printed. Daytona. fieacb Dec. 4-Mrs. P. K. i The committeee on Tampa. Fair an- : i

Moved and carried that resolutions Smith, who Las many friends In this I nouaccd\ that. they were not ready to : .: J'tf'k ill+x'k, tcar rf 5Ith. BriJ, ;:('. : I 1 :.................... ...... ................ ..........

adopted for last election to told good at community writing to her daughter.Jrs. report. U

coming eleetion. Moved and carried I ) .\. A'ondeiorde, says the weather I I On motion the attorneys for the .: I'ictnn, 'Tues'bjs. Tlmre'Livan1) Sattini.i\s: 2 Fl! Bond Lumber Company ; --

that the sidewalks on Bath ttreet not in Pasadena Las been quite cold for awntb hoard were instructed to correspond .

contracted for be let to .. S. liandall pan, in fact they hue had a with the East: Coast Canal Company inrrgard ( : Admission 10 cents. : MAMFACTLRERS: OF ,

for before December frost there nearly every morning, and to damage to Smith Creek bridge.; 5)2)
25 completion for twelve on cents or per: front foot. she i.j longing for Florida sunshine. The pension claims of Moses Manning!' 1.1.1.t.t.t.t.t.t.t.t...1.t.1.1.t.1..t.a.a.t.a.t.I.I.i : ROIJOti AND DRESSED LUMBER ,
PING I AND .
CYPRESS
Special election for major and one Mrs. E. C. Hibbard received the sad and and 1% D. Oliver were appnrt'ed. j j

coucilman takes place next Tuesday, intelligence of the death of her father, I_ The retoherbonds of D. C. Clifton, **************************. *.*..*************.*.***** :

December 10. .Mr. Burdick, at his home in Brookfield I I J. }1. Roberts, J. E: Pell, l". G. Stuart, j'i : Fronting on tin I Win: Light and Lath, Shingles, Flooring] & Ceiling, Brick, Lime ; :

A car load of furniture has be 'n received : X. Y., last Saturday afternoon His i J. II. Padgett and II. 1. Lucgren were!I Hillif.lt Itiv.-r, :"lnd.|"In'mprnu'rnent.' ** and Cement in Htock. Office ud YartJi: E..t taco
for the Princess Issrna. -I death was quite sudden as he was approved and the clerk instructed to ; ?. : : Itallua y and Or ni* ATCRH

plastering Las been completed throughout stricken only a few hours before the end ] issue licenses therefor. j *. : :Mll.!?"\< -liond Mill. Allan tic Coast LtaeRr.UDmlltuoatbofJaeklonglte.

the builditg, hard oiling! and hand : came.The. The notary bond of Florence! Maley | K lamaz'''. cnsanford Branch of the F F..C. Rr"we *

fcmoolhirjg the woodwork and floors are LWks' Aid after several weeks': I was approved. I : SCHMIDT'S HOTEL "we"weZ Z Phone 8J R. J. MALBY, Manager.i .
'intermission meet at the home of The bond of Lee Morris constable
ia
Gtfxe :!, .
procre:z. Contractor rajsthe I Mrs. A. : formerly :r !lnni'Ii" 'H V ill:i. : i N.......N.N...N.NN.. ..... ..
building' will Ix l ready for occupancy S. Harroun. ATsitors interact: for the DeLand district, was approval.Julius NNN .. ......

by the holidays. Much work in church; work are cordially incited I to Moult on wa? allowed a rebateof I 1tE.' V SCHMIDT & SON Proprietors "

has been done on the grounds. attend. S4-V in valuation to apply on tax I IAY1 A, FLORIDA.L Ujf i'nif r,.',,,,,.,.;,.,.-., ,,.,.,i.. ..u .m..i"im.WNn.WifJinVrNi/w''Vm'im, ls'eVYfirlit'1'
A citizens meeting was called at A brilliant. affair for the friends of 1007. |I : 'i'

WiImans' opera house Saturday night Miss Irene Esch ass the occasion of her; It was ordered that the territory ] <*< .. =:, A. 0.J'rc HchKlOE dcnt F.N.CONRAD

for the purpose of devising ways and 13th birthday last Saturday. An oyster : heretofore embraced in Justice District i Fine Horn TuMf ( -5' Cttttttr I

means to promote the interest of &-a- roast was the order of the afternoon, followed I- X<>. o, and which was attached to and 'I Iea": ,onal.l Rat-! sunny Iklighttul Rrlum+ :. I i 1 =8 5

breeze. Meeting was called to order by in the evening by a dainty I made a part of Justice Uistrcto.. 11, *4........4w4444444444.. .. .t MERCHANTS BANK -
C. F. Burgman. Wm. L. :Sonntag: was lunch'-on of all kinds of eor.fcetions; attempting d i be reestablished and designated! as District aaw4444444444444444I { County Bank

called to the chair. Dr. E. JPottcr made the dishes. Thirteen bright girls: Xo.The ./. i' ****.*.***..*.*****.... :.-: Capital 1 Stoch" .... .........".............. ... ) . f 50.00JiVr
.
addressed the meeting, calling for har most; of the occasion with communication of Wiley Aber- : ** ** **** *.***.***..****** :
lOony of action and a general effort to games: of fun and frolic. I crombie was referred to Commissioner 'j J AccomodatesFiftr. !- .nal} Liability.................. ...,:: ..:::::. :..::. 100,000)(
I
DIXTCC"r
!I :
pull together and organize for splendid II. Eugene: Johnson will hereafter'; J" Murray for investigation. i THE ll lL- / NEW HOUSE. { Transacts a General Banking Business. .
act as one of the ushers of the All conveniences.Kati .
John .
Congregational -
results.! The following committees were I Albright's pension was increased i j 1
appointed: to draft by-laws T. F. church Laving been invited to I to *S }per month. I : I i| 4' IMT cent. I Interest! Compounded Quarterly !Paid on
*2.50( ) lYr
>: : Day and I :
take I'p. Special Month
in hy
.. part this voluntary sen ice The clerk '
Cordial E. I Potter and C. 1'. Burg was instructed to procure I [ 1 Savings Accounts.
:
man; :Mrs.!! C. C. Gillett, Miss Helen Mrs. II. G. Brigham has been closecuufna ly map of each of the commissioners' di!!- I 41 An Klrncmlion. Kill torte .rul nlr>. r<.mv. h..t and .-ol ] to her hom : J liou'* ul"hur..r..1t .iii for i>mli., |. rlrlrllgnt- .
Burgman Messrs. llaigh[ and Ko<'hersrger by a lame foot for tricts. ;, J t Kotn'Ollh iilcn snt femur.: nr-Tlw rings' anHIJ.TumJ.rurMrthratandtrtrplrnnr I a-i n
p were appointed a committee t the post week. However the afflicted : The bill of Orange County for a ferry i J J "Tli< 1'Inr."t(iardrl.n.ntT"nliiiK>--Un..I"1I t a South flue f Mew HI<.IJr."I.of tits 1 counlrv.Hi* liicli rlvr>-.i a\anl<-iiu.",c'su.In Ilalt.na, -.-.,IIN/IIIt1... .... .....'.111111l11111/VIII...- ..,. ... .... .. "" &",.1.'t.'m'NHf'm1 '! &.
ia :
f .1 improving and she U li now able I I 1'mmHJmmWNHm'NHH'NNorman ?.
solicit members. Cu!. T. r Cordis t. house at the East Coast ferry was referred J UooniInsl'- .r. suit lIh..r million |.rl\at. tail
: unanimously elected president: ; Mrs. wear her hoc. I to Commissioner Urooko;: for in- ; .wlw
;. Florence Burgman, vice president;C. 1-.1 Miss Dorris Hilton, tin years; of age vestigation.: I Ifi OPL11 i <'0\ No\i.\iii.k( ) : I i Ji: ToY i. w

i Burgman secretary; AV. L. Sonntag, as- and, her baby sister i one year old, had a The Criminal Court c-ost bills were I ** A1KS. J. B. HI.NSKY: Proprietress. w
Distant secretary. The chair appointed: doublf celebration of their birthdays examined and approved for <3.;r10 and t : i

the executive committee provided by the latter part of last wl'tkery inuth tile clerk was in>tructe l to issue i warrant 'I I J: 338 South kitlgcvtood Avenue, DAYION: N.A. : i
<
' OOituittfe on by-laws as follows: II. I.. U, th enjoynint. of joung'tcrs of IhcirrfcpMlivages a therefor. | *< ........4ir.....# ........ ...+lee+/1 ................. S. DaytonPlans .
.
h Kocher pergcr, MI!. C. A. Bullough, 11F. : 1Ir!! Hilton made a Cornmis.Moner Cranor and I load: SupI! : .
.' Britton, L. X. Burdick Mrs. Ada cake that was a beautiful! work of art, erintnd"-nt Sparkman were authorize) j. -- -

r Powers The name of the club is to Le.f sol with ten candles and) one in the I to put in necessary bridge OH eLaud l i| *........................t ********************** **** I

The Boosters, and iLl motto, "If youcan't center, that not only graced the occa and Daylona road. I j jj Estimates

help don't knock. TL initiation yioabut was aft'-rwardi partaken of The. County Treasurer [)rc>ented Us'j lw THE BENNETT j ,

.f fee i iJl $1.00 and monthly dues 25 cents! and heartily enjoys! l I.y tinyoung report for the month of Xuvember j 14 ww

:: Thirteen members subscribed, and there guc t:!. with hip hooks and accounts, whi 1 hjj I| : :Situatc I on that relebrat-'i: ,llioMUfrhfan-. I't l,i''vml, .\ \-<>nuo Superintendence
is every reason to believe there will \lie a Mr. and Mrs. N". X. Bailey entertained were duly examined: and approved, and \ : ; ,
large membership. The cause is one i in the following party at their home' paid warrants dt troyerl. '! E: ,iuipix-l with all modern Impr"\I! IIt-. lo"in-! -nuitf, withand : I.uinW Yard
, which Thanksgiving Mr. : without bath. All white In Ip. O ntli) -wit's -tnokiag find J I Magnolia Avenue ar-el F. E l ('. I.'ailr.ty.1
every property owner In Iea- : and MrOwen Statement from report: ,' (Heal 11 Estate
breeze should be cnl !l'.J. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Stev'ens Balance in General Re venue reading roomadjoin the haiidsotnc: / parlvr! and l si, ni'Hi! ulfee. : ollke. Ibt door south of I wstoffice. V. If. ED-

T. Arthur CoLons will spend Christmas -I I und children and Mrs. M. J. Holmes.Capt. Fund .. .. !:J,7'J.T! ; ';S j + Open from December '; MQNIjlINllanager) Daytona, Kla. Phones at offi.-e, yar.l 1
with! hid family on Valley street Holland. with his WiJeAwake Balance .i iu Road t ;j. and Bridg 1 to May 1.w 1. *n j. :m.J l resMent-e.

L. A. Scofield and wife arrived from took a party down to New Smyrna and Fund.................................... Sj.W( ( )I Terms! on \PIJi'atiUI :<< ..
Providence R. I., and are located at the lagoon for rowe mullet today. Balance in Fine and Forfeiture *

Prof. Selden's for the wint 'r. Mr. Sc uMr. and Mrs. AV. !-'. Blackman arrived Fund.... .................. :2,3JS.Mi: ; : ALBERT BENNETT Proprietor.

field will open a barber! shop! at the from New York last' week with! a party The report of Ben A"orne5, Ixef inspector |: w : ai.ti.ti.NNN..NNNN. .

Clarendon in a few dajs. of twenty. They arc occupying on. of district Xo. 6, was ordered tilt..). 'I II ........................... ....................... .. .<< I f/HN
Prof. M. Stalker formerly professorin their cotl ors! on A'allcy street. I I A reward of S2'0.00 was offered by'j -- I ;;! WHEN YOU ARE CONTEA1PLATINGg
I
the State Agricultural College of the Hoard for the arrest and cOn'irtionI
Quarterly services of the M i:. I ************************** ************AR1rtf1AFAfAf, w a ( ;iahallizl'llron} Ames of[ a Tin hoot
new
Iowa i is n recent arrival at the church 111 take pl.v-e the negro Richardson who killed) t. : a Hot Air Furnace,
Mayfield.MM. Saturday and Deputy Sheriff Edwards. or any ..f the other metal necessities
Sunday Quarterly THE required to
conference
will be complete
HOWARD modern
a
.
Kocherepcrgcr and The road I
IJI CP, Mr:a held superintendent was illstru.ted {i
Fred A. Higgins, fonnerly Miss Kittie Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. to notify all livery autos that : ;. remember that

IiocLerperger are ezpe tc.1 l Wtdncsday. The Miami providing, will be elder, to I>r. ]fade[, of they must procure county license and I : All >(Iorl 'm Improvements, N/'w Omni I'-KUH: / .\.I'll'.j'1' i : I
present conduct these
Mr. Kocherspcrgcr; hats had their home UM> to notify the heavy buss auto; : : (Cuisine I I'neurllH l r"'I1"
!!erv ices. I nu!'ual interest attaches : C.
can the beach brightened and thoroughly. : the coming of Dr. fader on this to that they cross! Rose Bay Draw at' The Howard haa: large parlors! broad \f-rand.is-pa<.i-jii- !.i.u.- .-' I NASH a SON
renewed by the decorator and painter occasion their own rick. centrally located a few rods (ruts the Halifax : DA
Uixrr
Iing his lastvisit here in las : jn \lI-.a! 4. YTOHA. FLA.
for their home coming. The miscellaneous, bills again the, : avenue, the main thoroughfare; from the depot fiv? ; ,
J present capacity.; He has served six i < "Ilj"> v :d!? : 4
)Jr. K. L. Potter and W. 1.. :; County were then examined and to PostofTicr, *tore-, ftr I- first Ia are best prepare-1
approved
.xmntJjj years i his full time in this district. His -< '" arnl h"in. Ilk : ,4 I to give prompt and reliable service at fair
left for DeLand Monday to be and warrants drawn to cover ,. prices
morning subject in the evening will be "\\ liyloplc same. Prices Jea."OnalJJe.: :Sjieeial Hate l, the M-inth General repair "shop on Volusia I
present at the county <'ommis ioner's ;1 j, fail." Sunday school begin at .. y -r N-UV :a( : Avenue, next to the Armor: ).
;
meeting. They made the trip in M lr'l 110 1 o'clock sharp. The bible t"la..s Board adjourned tit regular meeting : = 1 Phone ::'S.
Son tag's automobile. will in January 1901*. : : JOHN C. HOWARD Oat of town work solicited.
I be Proprietor.
taught the
by
pastor, lte\: Pat,<,ns. : NINN..tiN..
Mr. and Mr. M. S. :Stanley:; arc expected J The Seabreeze avenue M. E. ............ HNNNNNN.................X11/...
...
to arrive from the north today, j joined in the union congregation ..........+rws......a................. I

and n ill be guests at the Colonnade Thank gi'in: COfXTY SCHOOL P.OAP.D.: I. ... ..... ....................... A A _
services --yyyr. ......
I at Dayton Rc\ C. E. Par- ......N...NN.1.....
Mr. and Mrs. John Biancbi returned 1 5Onas delightfully entertained by The Board met Monday evening with A Matter of Essential Importance J It G \nHJf NN.NN

Lome from New York Thursday last. Mrs. and the Misses Johnston at Daytona all members present.: to.very householder
,
saLitati-'ii i
andani
They were accompanied byh ir son, Beach, and enjoyed with other Chairman Chandler stated that the tary equipment/ .ould, receive the It A close examination of electrical .
B. F. Bianchi and a friend Mrs. C. I H. I guest! the memorable Thanksgiving contract work on the DeLand white .ible grcate-t work finished and
>
po attention and charged for
Bailey, of Albany X. Y.. v.lw\\'il'pl'nd! 1 'turle)'. school house had been completed. ; when new" plumbing from this shop shows &;
is to be hot
: installed .
? only a plumber of square
the winter here. The Board < th i
Mrs. agreed to furnish the Iy and
'
l'arauD, wife of the material \" hiz! honorably
r is e-st we
\ pastor, : : repute, and one who keeps wall transact our
Mr. and Mrs. B. I). for some repairs the colored : up business. "
Woodward are enjoying I I expected to arrive Thursday r\enmg on the latest improvements Electrical repairs
shouldbe'employ- receive -
t their handsome new automobile I I'from Flcmingsiburg, Ky. school house at 1)ehaod provided the {.J. If you have this 1 special attention. Those
sublet under I i
in their drives I II patrons would do the workutD 'ICu &Y4 con=id-
'
en the peninsula and 11 i Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cage arrhid f. f ration a on.-ultation/ with the 'xnd'r'l, L"4r who employ us never worry about
around Daytona. It i is attracting I Illinois the latter miSi"ner Crouch was instructed: l will I ignH our charges : '
manyadmiring part of last reek; and ', of the greatest! \alu- and they know be-
'I to furnish
remark I a stove for the Spruce Creek fore .
I are comfortably domiciled at their n,,,iii"'i school. I engaging us that our workmanship .
Mrs. L. Z. Burdick is busy drilling the OH Seabreeze avenue. !I D4TTONAPlUM81NG will be the b st.
It ,
children of the M. E. Sunday school,II battle Johnson and aadecided n..t to make any i
f4mlrrturllcJ/
Daytona Beach, for their Christmas entertainraent :Saturday from Chattanooga: and i w ill'tincounty.j'j school exhibit. at the Mate Fair from AND HEATING CO. ; ,,, Daytona Electric Co.r i

which promise to be one !I-end the winter at hotnc. .
The Beard. agreed to advance tool hone 64 .
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______ |Now is the best time to buy for Mrs. E. T. Conrad has been visiting The Palmetto Club held the first I I I Coburn's Greater Minstrels .................................................

: Local Paragraphs. i Xmas before the rush begins. Allgoods at DeLand the past week. meeting of the season Thursday af- Will be at the Seabreeze Opera ,
engraved free. I For the convenience of our patrons
: :.......................: Geo. II. Clark jAsk to see the Monogram back I ternoon. :1 1rOll ,I House December' tJOth. The Columbus I
Jeweler.
x. Do it next week. You know combs at Clark's jewelry store. know the Eaton-Hurlbut I (Ga.) Ledger says: & welsavesecuredacopyofI

Miss Louise Foote returned Sat- 1C kinds that's advertisedwell. I "Coburn's Minstrels were the at-
what papers !
happened last.rear. Have that
4 Rev. B. F. Marsh made a business

gift put aside now, then you won'tbe friends urday at from DeLaad.a \\"eeks'isit with trip to Eustis Wednesday, return- Clark's statonery store. i house traction yesterday at the matinee Springer and night opera i THE f TAX ROLLS I

,
disappointed. Xmas shopping ing yesterday. Miss Martha Mullett is assistingII. I

made easy at our store. All goods J. W. Shields left Friday of last I G. Fletcher in his souvenir !'tore,1 playing to good audiences that were
JA ntlin of hair brushes, i
of the workof
engraved free. week for Pittsburjr, expecting to be again this winter. very highly appreciative i
II combs, etc., at Young's Pharmacy. i this aggregation of splendid ar and are prepared to receive and remit :
L. I H. HOWE A gone about a week.
Co., The Jewelers. I
Picture frames made order.
to
tists. Mr.I Cobun's show this t
Mrs. J. II. Conk armed Thurs- seasonis State and County taxes. We charge
: Geo. E. Pollard was a- Jacksonville ::Take advantage of. Hankins' day afternoon and will spend; the New line of moulding just receivedat I bettor! than it was last, and has I

visitor the latter part of last Sanitol offer in this issue. the Novelty Store. only one per cent of the amount of i !
winter as usual at The Despland. i been enjoying the splendid patronage :

I- week. Major J. D. C. Morris was a business Mr. and Mrs. Frank Soop, of it deserves. & your taxes," with a minimum fee of & j j jI
L Gold
C. K.
$ "sT- "stick pin.
., I Take advantage of Hankins' visitor to Jacksonville the I Finder leave at Peck-Hendricks. Brooklyn, arrived Wednesday and I The ferries and aut* busses! will 23 rents for our services. We look I

Sanitol offer in this issue.E. latter part of last week. will spend the winter with Mrs.Soop's ,carry passengers; promptly. I t j
after interests and willsave
carefully
Miss Mae ofV. your
daughter II.
,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B.Beecher ---- .
W. T. of left parents i I
H. Lindsey, Kingston,
Mace
of New York, arrived
is t
Wright, arrive this
expected to
With Bride. and :
Returns :
of S. Bidgewood avenue.tFim you annoyance expense.
: Monday for His
Monday and will spend the winter Tampa. family afternoon from West Newton, Pa. I i !

here as usual.E. will remain here for the present. RENT-La Cross 'ilIa10, Leveret II. Cutten and Miss If you pay your taxes during Dec- & : ;

1. 09For fine ferns and tLadies' anti gents'garments N. Ridgewood seventeen rooms, two lllene Alberta King were marriedat & ember the discount will offset our
:. T. Conrad and J. pot plants go : I
O. Winn cleaned and Aultman's.A. .
at
pressed) bath closets etc. electric high noon last Saturday at the 11
rooms, ,
to Mrs. Achstetter So. i
made Ridgewood.Mrs.
a trip to Cocoa in the la.tter'slaunch : commission. i
home of the bride in North Monmouth -
.
B. the churches.
Long of Crescent City arrived lights, near Inquire

I Winsome, Sunday, returning J. Reese and mother arrived Wednesday for a visit with Miss L A. Cross, 15; N. Ridgewood Maine, and left that place

Monday. recently and are occupying their his brother J. T. Long and family. David Woodward and Georgfe the sime afternoon fpf this city, i CONRAD REAL ESTATE CO. i II

Christmaa cigars in all size boxes winter home on Palmetto avenue.J. making brief stops at r Washington,
Stationery up-to-date at the Xov- Brown of Atlanta, were the guestsof ..........,............ ..:
: at Young'* Pharmacy. C. Pettepher arrived last week Baltimore and Jacksonville. They ........................ S14 f
elty Store. Rev.: A. J. Wilder last week and
,:; {from Eau Claire, Wis. His arrived Thursday and are at homeat I
Editor C. H. Walton, of Titus- will join him hereafter the holidays family Mrs. N. B. Wheeler and grand Mr. Wilder joined them on a severaldaya' I the corner of Palmetto and Loomis .4 ................................................:
ville, spent Sunday in the city theKuest successful fishing trip to
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daughters left the forepart of the avenue : THE :
: of E. Mi Holman, of Fairview tA full line of stationery just ar Spruce Creek. I .
week to join Mr. Wheeler at Grove The chief decorations used at the .
- avenue.J. rived at Young's Pharmacy.Miss City for the winter. : ..Fill: RENT-At reduced fern It
wedding were palms, etc.,

,t Wilson returned to Cocoa F. G. Feaster is again at dinner The Howard I eight room, modern, \ .prices'l from Florid.; I I
Turkey at
H
the forepart of the week, after a home on North Hid ewood avenue Sunday; also every Sunday and I ni>hed cottages on : ..1.l. I Mr. (',itton i is ;i son of Mrs. A. I UANAN'I

several days visit with his family having returned last Saturday. She Thursday. tf I (!l. BuiiUN, h 11."J S.: Ridgewood.I tf 'I Staple; of thin: city, and a member) 4

: on North Beach street. spent the summer at Buck;head, Mrs. John T. Dunn returned from of the firm of f Staples t V Cutten and(
South Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. .James M. Tisdale: I
tBakery Macon (Ga.: accompanied by her his bride i is a charming young lady
goods, strictly homemade of Covington, Ky., arrived I last Sat- \ : :
fresh every day at Mac's Cafe. Miss Rose Garland departed this daughter Mrs. P. II. Watson, whom whom liP has known since child-
and at home for the winter
urday are -
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week for New York where she she has been visiting and who wills i hood. The Gazctte-Xews extends
r L. L. Vinzant, who was with Anthony was on South Palmetto avenue. I I
I Brothers to join Mrs. L. O. Kawson and they |>end the winter with Mr. and Mrs. congratulations: and wishes them a

last winter, has accepted were to sail on Thursday for a tour *The Bowling Alley is open every Dunn at'their home on First avenue. hippy and prosperous future. I SHOE I U
a position with M. B. Ault- I
of day. J. B. Unix: :2S-2? :?
Italy, Spain and
Egypt.
man for the tDon't put off until tomorrow
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present season.
Mrs. Gorum who has FI nt :JS; vi.t-One) first class cash,
tNew line of crockery and Weaver what do today cannot
\V. J. glass you ran as we I II I
Morgan and family arrived been visiting with her daughter, register in perfect condition at one-I
ware just 1 at Barnes' Nov- keep our stock until Christ
: from Del hi re, Ohio last week and opene up Mrs. J. It. Turner at DeLand, since up I half! cost at Dames' Novelty Store I.,. .
Wallace's Curio Store.
are occupying their handsome winter lty Store. last week returned home Tuesday. mas. i, --- u.. Offers the ease of soft, pliable leathers!

- home on Xorth Ridgewood avenue. Mrs. E. A. Millar of Milwaukee,. With this issue appears the advertisement Memorial Services. I .

: Tho Bon ling Alley is day arrived last week to spend the Holiday hooks, largest assortment of the Daytona PlumbIing Memorial services were held by Rev. I and the elegance of smart styles; made i ii

open winter with her daughters, Mrs. ever displayed in ]Riytona) atClark's Heating Co., successors to the A. J. Wilder at St. Marys Episcopal
: and evening. J. Q. I\IXS. :28-2? church last in of Rev.C. .
1 G. B. Seaman and Mrs. Katherine stationery store, long:; established business of J. D.Carmicheal. : Sunday memory permanent by the very best material *
Mrs. W. Arnold, and the handsome silver,
Oeo. N. I
Chamberlain and Millar, on South Ridgewood avenue. J. It. Muse and Miss Edna P. The manager, C. M. gold} lined, communion set and baptismal ..

Miss Chamb ,rlain, of Joliet, 111., Rotzien: united in Kitchell is well and favorably and skilled
". arrived OsTEorATin-Dr. J. C. Herman i were marriage : : bowl presented by the friends and I workmanship. *.
: last week and are in their. Wednesday afternoon at. :.A O< at the: known in Daytona andicinity and parishioners of Rev. .Arnold were dedicated .
The Gables Volusia
'
opposite
avenue.
winter home on Magnolia avenue. M. E. jarsonage. Rev. I D. H. Ratter: any work entrus-ted to him will receive /
Karl Struber of Baltimore Md. Beautifully engraved l on the chalice it I I
,
and careful, attention.
B. Foster baa rented his house at I officiating. prompt The Ii ANTHONY BROS.
'I: who was with the Miller-Strohm following inscription;
the corner of Loomis and Palmetto Company last winter, is this season t Take advantage of HankinV Illustrated songs and moving "To the glory of God and in loving 1 I

avenues to B. R. Strong of Chattanooga handling clothing and shoes at The I Sanitol otTer in this issue. pictures. The M 1 Rector of St Church,
Marys Daytona,
who with his will
i family S. Beach street. latest and l best ofe'er.thing.
Globe having taken a position with Mr I *. Frederick: Williams, .>f Florida: April 15, IS'Jl: to September

1 occupy it during the winter. that house on the first of the month. Brookliue, Mdvj., arrived Wednesday 10, 1' (1tl. Dorn April 21 l. 1829.!) Or- :+..................................................:

tBarnes the Novelty Man sells for a few weeks with her brother Attention is directed to the advertisement dained priest: 1S55. Died September : HALIFAX :
See the latest styles of millineyat 10, )!IOG."
everything in fishing tackle. Asa }Paine and S. in this issue of the
I family, Uidge- : : liVERY AND TRANSFER CO.
Mrs. S. M. Hjan'on the Shell I Mr. Wilder spoke very feelingly] to a i

''j-}, Miss Bessie Bingham went to De- Boat. wood avenue.fll. moving picture show in the Peck large and interested congregation: Mr. i JAMES RIX, Manager. '
:
Land Thanksgiving Day, where she n. Fletcher is i ready for business Block and also the local notice of Arnold's long and faithful administration I U&rriageSurrey., Phaetons Top Buggiesand
Mrs. F. II. Alford of Montreal, I :
that in the Both at Daytona.
met her sister, Miss Lillian and with a full line of souvenir and McCoy building.:; i Rubber Tire Runabouts. .
Canada who with her little daughter Photographs were made of the com- .
,; parties are giving attractive shows Buts* meet all trains. Baggage Hauled.
after spending the day in DeLand Christmas .
goods. .
S has been visiting: Miss Grace muniun wt and bowl copirb of which Carriage Paint Shop In Connection.
; and make
as they frequent changesin : -
her to Winter Park :
accompanied Tbone l'O.
I will tx feint to relatives.
returning home Monday afternoon. Bingham departed Friday of last SJ. A. Shanks & Son arc taking I the films there is always something I -- -- -- ..4..44............................................. .

week for Orlando, to make a visit orders for their fine homemado candies new to IK seen. ; "Foil SUE:-Two and three year - ------ ------------- --

JSroBE FOR RENT-Part of store with friends there before returning for Christmas. Order wirly old citrus stock at Point .....................................................
I nursery .
4 room in good location. Mac's Cafe. north. and they will give your order ('0- Investigate our line of Christmas Ferd
Grove. Price reasonable.
candies before purchasing. We I' i TWO BARGAINS i

tBaker's Studio is open and ready *Sec Barnes, the Novelty Man, J I pecial attention. I carry Headley's, Lenox, Summerset Nordman, proprietor. i-l-St .

; to make your Christmas pictures. for souvenir post cards fine assortment .t Phone No. :2 and 1 we will call for and, Iluyler's. T. F. Curtis t'S Son.j .I I II : One Six bloom blouse '\\' double porch Electric Lights Telephone :
and 1 and Aultmau's. -! I Card Party at The Howard. Etc. corner lot, 93) feet on Ridgewood by 250 feet. Good fence. Large .
t Mrs. M. E. Hardenberg of Lily- new ones arriving daily. your cleaning pressing.
1 I j sWhatisLily Water? Call at I The card party at The Howard, TuesI : grape:; vine, a number of peach trees good bearers. A good home for :

dale, N. Y., who has been the guest W. II. Parker was a business I the electric light plant. I day evening was a most enjoyableaffair. ] : some one. :

_; of Mrs. E. A. Barker and daughter visitor to New Smyrna last week. Geo. E. Sebring, W. E. Blodgett; I St-hralTt'a:: candies fresh! ever'vcek The dining: room was elaborately] : One Five Room Cottage! (one story building) lot 100x150;; feet, situated .

Miss Green, of Ridgewood avenue Mr. Parker has opened a fish market S. M. Butler and S. 11. Cove: went trimmed with ferns, flowers and vines of .l on Mulberry street. A cozy little home. :
i I \ at Young's: Pharmacy.Xow all kinds and the tables, eleven in num- : These places are in Kingston, Just north of Davtona. <<<:eIf..1 Graded :
for the past two weeks, left Tues- Ilown the river Monday in MajorFoster's
in the building erected by the .
I white :-"bOf'l. A Church and rostoffire
IHT, were covered with tastefully : near by.
is the time to aside
afternoon for Lake Helen.Lansfield's Imat the Dutchess put
day I bridge company; at the west end 1 of 01a arranged. I: Tall on .>r write :
Christmas present at Young'sPharmacy. .
1 Creamery Butter and I the Central Bridge. 'duck hunting es|>edition.Edisou jour Sixty-Fix! guests took part in the gameof H. T. McCLELLAN
i
p progressive euchre, while those who
Purity Butterine in one pound Have seen the large assortment I and vno-phone talking
+ you i machines ami records at the Novelty I Wsnlllarge: ice chests and did! not play remained in the parlorsand Ii [Kingston or Daytona, Florida. :
: blocks at Birchwood's.Mr. of Christmas toys at Mc adden's.Beach in social being
<1 and Liue. I Store. small refrigerators, second hand, engaged entertained (converse Miss Mo- : ....................................................:
street Ivy pleasantly by
and Mrs. R. J. Hathaway of I
Box:: S3, Seabrec/e P,]0.'Beautiful Ii
I the Buckeye State, last week rented F. (I. Mindrup, of Xakomis 111., After attending Association at Donald. i Ii.
I 11-room home for :sale, Seven &games:;: were played anti thej I i.****************************************************
Interlachen Miss Cross
Mrs. Jennie Van Darn's cottage at arrived last week to accept a position greatly enjoyed prices were then distributed; by the ,. 2 Horsepower *
Pumping Engine
i Halifax avenue, Silver Beach. Hari it
J the corner of Palmetto and Myrtle in the Geo. II. Clark jewelry a visit with Annie Jones foiinerly i hostess in her most &gracious and charming .

avenues and will occupy it duringthe department. Mr.: Mindrup i i- an of[ Daytona.: Dr.) and Mrs. i gun. T. E. FiT7f. .nuj\ >. manner. Among the ladies Mrs.! E BARGAIN |

this and excellent I Jones: reside near Lake Chipco.A I :For Rent Furnished 12 room George F. Smith was the fortunate win-
winter. They were joined jeweler engraver .
expert n.-r of tile first prize, a gold kIt buckle : This engine has! Wu slightIy -:
week by two daughters.tseeourNmasdisplay. and Mr. Clark i is now prepared i hurcli now installing a large ,I,1'(' drntf, corner Ridgewood and i| while Mrs.I : R. :S. Maley: Sf'l'11rt'lllhe second .'I : used and is in ::
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( P.I R.: Bennett tf by) us perI
to promptly do all of this 1mo for sale t their Orang" .
of fan'yfrujts pipe organ I : prize, > silver nail Me, and Miss i .

: before purchasing.T. ,class of work. : 'uuhjo at a cry attract i>ej I JXn charge: for preliminary plansand !! Hoiente Surwrville! the third prize a I i: feet running order. :1A11 thej;

j ) pair IIr gold cuT( pins:' with pearl sf'tting.I : small parts haheen rcplaeed. :
write K. M.
Consult
F. Curtis & Son. fA nice line of woolen yarns, price. or estimates; supervision: oi workat '
| The first prize for the gentlemen, a gold
I stamped linens embroidery cotton, j CfHlit! Daytona.) 2S-'t; :? actual .......t. Xorman:;. Dayton, I scarf pin, was carried off ]by C. II. nay.I. : Capacity 1000 gal-

JMcFadden has received the larg-I etc., at Ladies' Furnishing Store. > Attention is directed to the a Ia>tuna.. nor, the second prize. a silver paperknife : Ions per honr. lias pulley;

est line of mechanical toys ever Z. Trux of Wis. I! xertisement of The Howard (.' 1.\\ For Rent: -7-nwm house furnished I. was won by T. Coster, and the i i. for power.
Mrs. B. Sparta, ,
seen in the city such as "Loop-the- third! prize a silver napkin ring fell to :
I' I jmencingfor the season with this on S. Palmetto avenue. All modem I
Loop" "Switchback" "Swinging arrived Friday of last week and is 1'\ M. Rowe. : STAPLES & CUTTEN Central Auto Garage Phone 26

f Doll" etc. He hopes to display I with her sister, Mrs. E. K. Pratt on issue. Once a guest always a guest com'enienccsppty agents, or I After the games light refreshments I 1. ..v v......""' ..."' .44444445%" "f" .''''. .. :

. them the 9th, Beach street!'I: Bay street. Mrs. Trux notes much seems to l be the ride with Mr. How C. J. Mes-ing. Box ,I 117, Daytona. tf i i were served at the large table in the __ -
; Monday, I
ard's dining room, following while the guests ....... SSSSSUSSSSSSSSUSSSSSSSSUSSSSIIIS
and Lane. !improvement in the city it being patrons. ) (J. \Waggoner, Homeopathic -i sssssss
Ivy ,
I I adjourned tu the (parlors, which were .
,.
seven years since she last visited I 'Wallal..ii now open with :an pli\Mcian and 1 surgeon will In lavishly: decorated with robes, and Mrs. I CLARK & WATTON I !104'aIT>&1.and In Fr-t"" ''feJ FISHUvtrrs
,1\ class work-Daytona
) SteamFor Laundry first phone 8. tfI Daytona. She will spend the winter I entire new stock ..f new novel located at his residence on Palmetto Howard escortpd to the piano Miss I! and Clams. Game m Season. All orders

il here and with another sister atn.- I tt'S.Y! advise you to make selections -I avenue three doors south of Congre- Ilmily: Perkins who played the accompaniments -I \\ill reruvf prompt attention.:

Mr and Mrs. Fred White and son early. for Miss Florence Sumen'illc, D. YTOXA, FLORIDA |
kona. I I gational church about Dt.'(. 10th.() tf Telephone 28, Cottage Avenue.
I returned to their home{ at Jackson- -- ---- the vocalist of the evening, who gave a I........ees=......MMI..s$..... ..esuss..ss .**I
Two-room flats for Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Phillips, of
For Rent- group of Schumann songs, singing in the

1L ville White Tuesday and had afternoon.been with Mrs.the,light housekeeping, 8 tof I 12: per II Providence, R. 1.. are located with I Holly Hill. German, Widmung, Der Nussbaura .....................................................
: son month single rooms 50 cents per Mrs. M. A. Hay, on S. Palmetto Vok&liedcheu! Fruhlingsnacht and, as
I former's parents Mr. and Mrs. H. ; Mr. Thursday. Dec. 3.-A very pleasant 1 an encore, Madcheulied, by Meyer-Hel- : : R. D. T A YLOIectrlcat Contractor :
special rate for season. The I avenue for the season. Phillips I I
day
Johnson Ridgewood avenue, ; thanksgiving entertainment was .given j mund. Miss Somerville has a delightful :
) the on two weeks, where Riverside, 413 N. Beach street, Daytona tf" -j is assisting Mr. Edwards in the by the pupils of the public, Friday afternoon -I soprano voice and rendered the songs in : I House! Wiring a Specialty.Dealer I :
p Blake for past .
Fla. Little Ubody barber shop.'T. I .
which
was enjoyed by a num- a most artistic manner.
Mr. White joined them last Satur- : in Klertrical! Supplies of All Kind-.. tixturt-a, Shades, :
'tier of the ,
2 The advertisement of The Bennett !1 J. McMarray's house onKidgewood : patrons. j After the songs, MLa Perkins enter.I -
day. with this been Mrs. L. 15. C. Davenport, of Sluron, tained the company with several instru- I : Lamps No. s. Orange avenue DAYTONA, FLA. :
for the season ( avenue has just !I
+Messrs. Clark &; Walton, Cottage :appears issue. This popular hotel already 1' treated to a fine coat of paint by the )IJ.SS., joined her son, Alvin, here last mental pieces, playing :a Gottschalk I I :............4..................................4'I ..:
W. I week and they are at home in their cosy Etude, a "Barcarolle" of her own comj -
avenue, are receiving on Tuesdaysand I has a large list of season guests I' hands II. Wright.of our home decorator. I I cottage on the river front for the winter. !j position, and a Caprite by Vogricb. i -***********-*************** **************************

Fridays consignments of King I among then being Miss Rachel Van I I With Mrs. I(avenjwrt's arrival our list Miss Perkins: i is a brilliant pianist and

and Spanish Mackerel and fresh I Vleck, Middleton, Conn.; Mrs. L. W. I Fourth quarterly conference will I of strictly s inter residents is complete. | her playing was charming in' every de- :. Cabinet and Repair Shop 2.

water fish; also wild ducks. Stevens and children, Pittsburg: : be held at the First M. E. Church 1.. E. Cave returned from DeLand last tail. An enthusiastic! encore was given I : Mattresses Repaired and made to order. W. :
Furniture ,
week and expects to remain at home fora : htr to which she graciously respondedwith Hepairing
For Rent or Sale.-My home pr Mrs. Geo. W. and Miss Estlle A I tomorrow, communion service, 11:01)> time. Grieg's "To the Spring." t handle the celebrated Ostermoor Mattress and solicit Y'II' ::

Ridgewood and 2nd avenue. Every Davis, East Orange N. J.; Mr. and a. m., Dr. L. S. Rader, presiding We understand that _Mr. and Mrs. W. At a lute hour the guests departed : .rder. for first-class" w'rk.lran e are. ent. Perk; t tIp.! :

improvement and furnished com Mrs. Levi Bemis, Chatfield, Minn.; elder, will preach in the evening at II. Edmond'on, having rented their | w ith many expressions of a pleasant : W. G. HOBBS. :

I plete. First-class piano for sale Mrs. II. and Miss Valleau, Providence 7:00. Prof. Sheppard will !sing at Daytona: house, will occupy their residence -I evening with Mr and Mrs. Howard <.<_!.......4444is.444444.AuI 44-444s4445_" : w44444444sI : _
I service. here, moving up tomorrow or though unfortunately Mr. Howard being -
J cheap. GEO. H. LfDttio. tf ; Mr. and Mrs. J. II. and Mr. I the evening Saturday.Mrs. j indisposed was prevented from making' I ....4..S... .........4...4...*..*...................:

and Mrs. M. P. Cornwall. Patterson.An 1 $F"R RENT-A desirable furnishedcottage T. II. Cave. Jr, and little son, ,,1i3 appearance. Openlili 'U' year N.....1\ riirnl.lie tFolt REST-Seaside cottages, com ; T'rui.i--l: I- ne.t *. *
intimate knowledge of the in Ormond one-half mile arrhed Tuesday for a"isit with Mr. *
pletely furnished from 2 to H Cave' parrntMr.. And Mrs. T. II I Ior in rough \tILLLAhl..J.ENNI'roprietresCentrally ;'; -.
.. boarding building interests of this locality from the bridge, and facing the i! anything i The Glenn, ::11"'i :N; Beadlor: Daytona: Flu. :
suitable for Ca\e. Sr.
rooms, latter I lumber from,
accomiLitions prices I
get
and river drive, seven rooms, .
lighted. will save you many anoyances C. \VethertIl returned t.. Hulotr, the Halifa\ Ii\er.!
electric Located Facing
house '
toilets, some automobile. the Yolusia Lumber and'Naval .
advise for horse Apply
Let or -
us i
-.. Inquire Cherokee cottage, opposite perhaps extra It costs.costs nothing. to James Carnell agent, Ormond. Sunday Arthur Yclvingtoa afternoon., to accompanied on *iththruange by Stores Co.. Oak: ;! With Boating and Fishing ai.Mjbt: ; at the Duor. I

;.!. wind mill on board walk Seabreeze.tf Norman with you.S. Dayton, Daytona.you 27--t packing at that pli go Hill. Mloridcv *,++...................,......... .............5-.*.+..





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THIRTY FEET TALL. Mrs. Roger W. Wh'nttcld Dies

; ikCTI. Hones Roamed IB 'T..Ito In Old- HER DEFENSE. A telegram to lire :::5. 11! Coleman -

em Days Sow Fo*.lll rd. C or1aI tdi "1 own a golden locket set ..
Out in! Wyoming a Jot of scientific With Jewels bright and rare of Ridgewood avenue rtxeiml
e pIaee4
; to A\IH. "and I have
She wrote
grubbers have unearthed the f.'''! ll remains Tour previous pk-ture there" last Saturday morning, conveyed '

of a horse thirty feet long: and "I have your little photograph." the news of the death of Mrs. Roger
LIFE GROWING SHORTER.Are more than thirty feet high. Ti,.- "'Ih- Her Iln#- to Harry said
hers seem to have: pieced the hor together -\\lthln r lorket otr' mr h..arL" W. Whinfield in New York City ;
.: \e Really I)}In* Earlier Than without any comment, ainT thpydoI1.t Oh fair and tricky maid that morning. S

Oar Grandparent Dldt offer a word of Information (i'ncernlng It happened that they chanced to
J In part one of the third! volume of the cither his genealogy: or his meet. Mr. and Mrs. Whinfield who owna

t United States census for 1900 will be track record.A r These to adoring 1 oufhsw111. winter home at Seabreeze ha d
found a tabular statement Comparing .
which
horse thirty feet long would ap They learned some tartlln truthl.But been traveling in Europe all .
shows
In summer
1 a very striking way tbe rise 1 hear to lie a lot of horse. If be Iwljn;. when they taied her with '
f la the death rate during tbe decade deb. and Mrs. WhinCeld
i-d to the cave man tbe latter l"\'rtllill She showed thm. nothing I was taken
1 from 1S90 to 1900( for all aged from sixty ly bad his Lands! fall .\ horse s's toll Their pictures In the 'to!"ee." ill on the return voyage and died
up. The figures given are now six She cried "I wear )'ou
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.. years old and so I bare brought them I that a thirty foot ladder t"-caui loweseary I -Minna\ Irving, In ? ew York Times shortly after reaching Xew York.
; when hilt bridle was to be put I -- I
-J up to date With the belp of fresh iuforantlon on might: well be called the pride of : Urf'.. The remains were taken to

r t no little from Imj.ort.nuce Washington 1 !luaMinub a matter as the of the would!!stable egln although to accommodate Dc) ordinary him etaM ,, Xenia Ohio, Mrs Whinfield's child.

Increase has U-eu marked ever sauce eI hood home for interment and the
It
the cave man hadn't any 1.l.Jt'r
3900. Thus corrected: fur IH\"U.I':1" I he and couldn't borrow one the next lcs.t I funeral services were held at that
reckoning shoal that .Iut.p' ivm
bat; been this: tutroie! iu the death\there thing was to climb! a tree. Thin try to t On Sale f.i place Monday afternoon. _
rate for the euilie t'uitt-d Suite: Imagine him shinning up a tall pates, Next Week at I A
.. with the heavy bridle ou hiss l Iu k. only -- --
.., For people r njr' from '10 to (i. 7 J*r
centYet to find when lie attained the right alii '"

....t, people of &?'- from & to v*. C': pr tude that tbe horse bad moved U-.t ond .i.iII I I'e will secure for you !bottom
act: reach: and was peacefully browsing on I prices on lumber and other
building
For people of:> agar from 7o to a. 1bJ.; J'f'r the tall grass of the Jungle* ,'I Drug Stores
cwtFor Newstands materials. Xo
Curio one receives
Of course a thirty foot hon voul l I ln> : graftson
peop'e of j;
ag'< from T:; to 79, 7 p Ttert ,
< Xorman I
expected to cover much more ground Ir i j Jour pun-base S. Dayton
cent.For pt-Ot-le tf IojtU trim Su to N. JS per than the ordinary animal uf the talus: II III Daytona.
breed, cell at a walk And if he took
for people of: ages from U;; to $3!I. 1: per I ----- ---
ctrt it Into his head to work his way nevus - '
For nt. people of ages from W to S4 Si i per lots there would appear to 11 e uotLinj: I Stores and Hotels. I r. ...1.I1.t..I.II.II....title. -
i
to Impede him. Fences would go tl'I\\ .
per For cent.people ..t a

dearly These then figures the tPll ru-wt the eloquent story more lis. raging torrents.cavort would carry him m-r 7/I/a// ?! t.1.111l//l/tt/1/1/t/l/t.t..

When a thtrtfoot, horse shied at a
coarse on the I NOTICE
"ubJt''t. They show ?
bit of white paper In the roadway th'
!that notwithstanding Improved medic chances are that he Jumped dear OUT Notice i n hereby given that on the
a* knowledge and the en-fits of mod Into the next county. I /.2h'r 20th day of December A. I). 1907 the : ,
era sanitation undersigned guardian of Gladis Morean
we are dying earlier Ij
As a war horse the thirty filter !
than our grandparents di son why offers a topic fur a cousidera- must hate been a !;tnrtl'r."b..u h. |; Not So dress tll please the lII..nThea ? Jones, minors, will apply to the Honorable .
let out a neigh the tll"llln bliss I ( Large but
enemy Better J. Lee McCrory,
r ble discussion and !is not to IK summed and Than I llIrrit..1 :M.III V to 1t1l1"H'rl'b| County Judge of
up In a word. But one discoverit unreasoning terror When h | them New York 1Vorld.l \olu-ia County. Honda for an order to
may his 1)ltnll sell
champed paneil the ground j an undivided one-eighth interest in
Without much difficulty In the more the very hills shuddered When ho j ---- the following lot, piece or parcel of land
+ complex and luxurious life that we switched; his tail the hireling; foe foil l i t The truth the tthule Tralh.A lying and being in the County c.f'oIu.-
lead. The lives of our torlJf.'Wt'ro worthy squire| had a ti"w that always it. and State of
about him like ripened grain \ Florida to-wit:=North
L comparatively simple, and their constitutions And then think of the nightmare tha t'P Last Year. kldH 1 and n-areii) when milked one-half (NJ) of lot four ((4)I), except;
onweakcncd by tlie luxury: and i could 11ft expected to follow the firs He dtfiilod to get rM l fir it nn r intense nervous strain of an existence sight of this one of hx faun b.in prodigious << : ll
equine
like that of today anlin.il t t ni.irkoi" block thirteen: ((13)), Hodgman's I3aytona. .
were stronger than
: certainly was a wonder. It is a great .
can and better able to withstand the pity we know so little about him.Cheyenne .- -JM'II the brute:' lw Mid. "but. mind ALZIXA EDIT1IA
approaches of disease.Reader Magazine you. tell IKI IK"*. lee N'r'n iinliiiky in WETHERBY,
New
t
) This Nov. 23, 190;. Guardian.
my punhabut that's II.> reason whyI
/ < Fitzgerald mmm
should dereite ..th<'ix"
"aal.hIDe ChliicbUU. ( Attorneys for Petitioner.
DC/ring the Tooth of Time. In common with many animals noted Two hours later the nun returned

The Hungarian chemist Brunn claimsto for the beauty and value of their fur from iiiarkit with a larJpr um than NOTICE.
tart discovered a liquid chemical the chinchilla of South America is in the squire had sixxttil( "I'm stir e

compound which renders certain kinds danger of becoming extinct: on Ing to run lard alxnit that cow," be said. The people of Daytona Florida are ;
' of matter proof against the effects of the reckless> impunity with which these New Engravings -.Not a bit of it." replied the man. hereby notified that on and after :\0\'.
time. lie asserts that it doubles the little natives of the Andes have I teat i 'Ltery time 1 was asked If she; via aguod 4th, 1907 the wages of the painters of
density of nearly every kind of stone slaughtered both In season!! and out. Ii miller. I simply said 'Youll gitdead I Jx Painters>cal Union Decorators No. 108S Brotherhood of
and renders tlrt'llf mllkiiig lw-fore and Paper Hangers
it waterproof It impartsto The chinchilla about the size of a jou'iegot America will be '3.50;
all metals qualities which defy oxygea : squirrel, has! a head nouicnhat the all tier milk They asked no other right hours. Signed per day of

and rust. The professor says that shape of a rabbit's and is severed with New Articles question, so that I didn't volunteer G. II.
HOLLAND Rec.
'hike traveling- in Greece some twen a light gray silky fur which has long on Daytona any mon nn>-\\f;'+ Kou \Uant ilEUM. SCHRAG, Fin. Sec.Sec.

tyflre years ago be noticed that the been very )jtopular in the fur market CHARLES KOST, Pres.
mortar in stones <>f ruins which Mere of the world. ChmthlllftM are capturedin
known to be 2MO\ years old was as various ways. but the most common 111111111111.1..1.1.1.111111.11.1111111111111.1...

bard, fresh! and tenacious as' If it bad method is to hunt them with dogs, the .i
been made only a year He secured apiece for terrier being; the iuo>t IIM.ful niul New Articles on Florida THE CHAS.
of the mortar and has been working skillful In their capture. In hunting L GARDINER CO.C i

on It ever since until now when them the Indians employ a wvasel. i :
be says be has discovered the secret which i.. trained t<> inter the creticvs .

rut discovery, be claims, will at the of the nH.k, where the animals often .
tease double the life of metal exposed lie concealed Burins the Oar to avoid Other

to the air such as in bridges, railroads the sun"hitle. and drive them oat Interesting Facts. Ii IiI Dry Goods. |
vessels and tanks Consular: when they are easily killed. The rapid
and Trade Reports extermination of the chinchilla and

the absolute daft: of protection or regulation .
I :
A Jewish taieerattr. in taking them have resulted Inn .
the will tremendous' advance in the price" of Phone 102 f
By of Moses A. Drop_ie a Anthony Block,
the skins in the i
sum of money has been set asldo l for past two yean .

the purpose of founding a Jewish tmlversity. .. .
At a meeting held at the .* Proud Old Mrrd. I DAYTONA .
home of Judge Mayer Sulzberger in Fred Pith of Southington. Conn., recently I .. FLORIDA.roceries i
t Philadelphia, at which Judge Sulzber decided to sell hIs old mare anti
ger. :William B. Ilackenberger Dr. Cynu buy a younger horse bo he sold it for j Just the Thing to Send 1111111111111111111111111.1111.1111111111111111NN :

present:Adler It was and decided Oscar! S.to Straus apply to were the '' money$15 to a been peddler.paid than No sooner the old bad mare the to your I le............Itt.t.t.1.t.1,1.1.t.......t/t.tt....1..

commonwealth of Pennsylvania for a fell down dead. The previous owner

charter for an Institution to be known says that she was always a proud old I
as "The Jewish university, founded by I steed and that he is sure that she died Northern
Moses A. Dropsle:' The universitywill |, rathcc than belong to a peddler, :111\1"., I I Friends as ? !
be established in Philadelphia as he alwajs admired the marc he Is II'
a'i
and It Is expected that it will cooperate I going to erect a monument to br with I 'i
.
the ?13 he _
received
with other institutions which have -Boston (?lol>e .

been established for tbe promotion of 'I 'ii NOW YOU ARE TALKING !
Jewish learning V Land of Co.tr..Ce. = :
Just now China l Is a land of contrasts 1 i .

teed Watching. t I so wide so sharp and so forcible that ChristmasRemembrance. That's My Business.
Pr. Trice-Price-Yes, I need a taco, the dullest obener can hardly fall to .
tf* badly% but I i observe them. Sho
can't take It Just now I U going straight
I .
VaSjr of ay patients are In such condl: I from wheelbarrows and sprlngless I take pleasure in calJirR) for )our, niihr and

rlcm that I can't afford to leave thom carts or sedan chairs, to express traIns; !< Iiu>ring promptly what :
J"IUanr.
They need constant In place of My f stock; :
nursing special messengers she i is always fresh and .
Wise-Ah, real! Foxy people aren't adopts the telegraph; from rash lights r I fine and your trade will : ,
1 they? If you quit nursing tbeia they she goes to electricity, and from the extreme *' 'highly appretiato.1 and l well taken rare of.

get.well the first thing you know ehCatholic ,i of antimilltarlsm she is develop I'liono mo jour wantsS. :
Standard and Times ing a taste for patriotic volunteering- : .

Shanghai: Celestial EmpireOilrocraphr'i .
A* to a XoTellit. i
"Ahl" gushed the sweet W. CARROLL
I young thing Flavri. ,
"He,Is such a delightful writer I won Alfred Bmet, director of the psychological i 1
der
how he works?" laboratory at the Sorbonne, .
-J dg1DJ: from the quality and quantity I'arisr. has been investigating the value The North Beach
of his I st. Grocer.
output of handwriting
responded the sour experts. An expert : i
old thing "1 should' Imagine that Le who was given a specimen of Ernest U
KTltes with broth Lands and dictates Kenan's chirography said the writer Telephone X o. 19. i

with his mouth.-Waohlngton ITrnldSaeeeeded. : was a person of only moderate IntelHgenee Q 0s ;IeDtlltet..................... 1.
", credulous and garrulou. A'Ital, tfal/ltlt.1.1...........

1 criminal who murdered several wenst
: Bacon-You say Grafton le a EOCOSS I ::fi with revolting barbarity, appeared -
fulroan
I ? I to another expert asa' timid[ girl, dlstinguichtd .
Egbert-lie certainly la. by moderation. IT itto.L
"Bat I understand his business meth. I i City Hotel.OPEN
oda are Questionable .
him Why then call %--a InTlcormtU Drl..);.
a successful man?" Pnslty" Is a new soda water foun j
t "Because be's kept out of Jail !o far" rain drink at Eufala, Okla. s All THE
Pastry was i TEAR
Tonkers +
; ;
Ptatesaan -
't : invented by the Creek Indians Corn Ii

,.; Advice to BcBlnnern.When heated t that is in Just a put hard until enough it Is brown to shell Then i is 1 C E 25 CE ELECTRIC LIGHTS. j

ri It I I.* broken in a mortar Into a fine i : ELECTRIC; BELLS.

i powder "}tlx'tlTith sweet millor kT T Hot and Cold Baths.
THE
p witharbonated water and savoyspuslr .I Table
," say an enthusiastic local pa CAZETJE-NEWS COMPANY :J j.'I First-Class.

,. Ieris a drink that makes a man carry T. E. FITZGERALD. EDITQP rolff uc ---
hls wife around m his arms met; for */v ;/ CEO
tbe exercihe::: __ H, MATTHEWS ;
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r iflQ A Notice of
I Application
LIS NTI- al N PILLS \\ If you haveHeadache e Discharise. for Final


1r 1w I II I '- FOR County Judge'
:::: :-' Court In and for

I Try One In tile 3latterof Voluila County,
F' OR. Headache '. orJame.nG rooter the.Estate

I NEURALGIA. e / -- ;/,1/ ,,/,, r//, / NOTICE I, bereb7 i -en that sir
artt'rdAI..t .
ors months
\ _____________________________ I January I un be.he.nj a p'r i "*-orlU on won lbe t1gnth day or
S GiATICA h I lay. adinln/straiorofths/ ......thereafter OO..orn..
(.nlC.r, Estate of
They Relieve d..t'1'.IIt'd, Jame
you got jour car always Pain I to the B.
learn !IM'r"r Honorable
s,1 I y.County J Uoh
to do thing* yourself liou't ".".....nd ... .Judge. Of
depend onyour % aDd .t.tho ....laslaCoanq..
mair. Show him how much you Quickly, leaving no I Krante approved m.. a. and a anal dig aliened,
. know' so Le won't try to fool BACKACHE.PAIN lolstrntorRHEUMATISM. If be
you -Tat JA
ter bad After-ef f ects ,I TbI July___t5"_hI_;' U.S A. Admintsltr: ator.

t .. IN CHEST. / _
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( the Oae. Notice
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Gunner-I am going': to try to sell DISTRESS INSTOMACH. l Discharge
my
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Notice
Automobile.Gnnacr 13
ONE hereby
qa ?-TIWbom? TAKE 25 Doses I signed! "' .c.true ofpresent gen the that the under.
f Nis er will estate of J.
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-Oh. some politician.! / of t the A. D. 1903 on, the first day of February
LitHe
d Tablets
a urllr-Bntwhy a politician j SLEEPLESSNESS ti 25 Cents as such executors their final acre antf
(Jujer
-Because
it Is such "
a good !
Diable
mud thrower.-Ch:jngo: News.t f AND THE PAIN is GONE. Never Sold in Rcl 1 I > 'UO'rJud..on'OllWa.Couo'r Th 6naldischarge., Florf
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Beneath! the spray of mi.tt'1l": I aR..,_ wY 3 ,, .;r .. AeO 'tRrNr tGt..nrg3 KtOt .+ .e{ it lis
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per cent 1. r yireOO-y"tI3. Q l.
i The comely lamed i L.nds, ; R' 4 A t YiO.e1
Abk i Her l.air i ia of ttgtnali )Y 3 f k ftrl6tIl9ra\.
... yenr neighbor or a goltLo glow a a R' es It ,, s r AS fL t r t i1. AI
W. II. EmtO ;)SON. I la circles tiuhng! ttiaaJi- 4L6trRtS t [I t 6 4-lArsLtk [ )ttc _Ffk'. ; ; Mtneeff e
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ties it with low
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p. Rtrle2 Gt. t
t IcU ta her thi! >py! hands f I srn s .x[ Jr; nr., lr t9M1I dk -ls A MxF.R-woo rtc.l i
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0. S. BURNETT : The Ji.. iowi qiuuit!? ,,'ea\'. I ; {ilaft t a: 1
tKr-Wpy f m I Odd pattern. llb4 ar..e and (fall; t a. e s ,A c tl tl W l!' +' a Atj # Ar/Ra- rR :t Feb et it.r s /rt .xs. ct b
I She fiJgrU ,.i'i ..n sleeve! R a ? _

Tailor. ii'\ IV1 'Ic1: i1ir'L Andprtnkr hit .ib.-or.s one aixl .f 13Thj I ; ,j ea n ).sL 4 < l y>! 1 111(1 f A A-t K !' ahet AFS C A k PA K F. i[ t it i 1 ttt H n r1ei*,*,i
; d !ht-r hut; ol Eve. e iii R RIe .
: Orders Taken for Royal Tailoring r '' la truth! the i i. I Ic.rly I sight / n Y. att. p ?R n n 41 1k. Ttrr R )t 1 w' .. ; / .tl 1, nt
I I :Sistir + s1.8 n tr 1 w = rraytet *tR n.s.
I Her cheek i< I !.e the row. Tlct Z ert cIr Rixt s Bt t k a 9 M
Cleaning Pressing, Altering, and! : Met brow as it cry u white: 4.FJtc Pen's tt a ;F >. "is .aa. tltlt et' i lt tt t: t, ;
1. u Pia r. Ic e: al a Fit 1 !
Pk\1 Patncun n b-r nose, M N pa 7 E.rte Ic N;re p G L : t' Y 1 / f tr Trsl. H.rA
Repairing for Ladies and Gen ". Hf eye u L'u-! ....:i heaven' light i s 17 e 3 a !/ .. N f W.t its i &41 a !t A i. 0 ai a t IA .IIIAre

1: tlemen.} We call for and. I She holds a qjcrnly rcA -.

deliver all goods. I / t \ \ r ? YOUman! parting by the doot Best ana most economical to Use
I Looks in and 1 sees her, there; I
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. 1c He tiptort ligity! o'er the floor-
Phone I E..h moo of u. would dare LOOK FOR THE LABEL-THE JAPANESE GIRL IN oen
No. 32. I I I. Ut 1 Do even Lu, and oca moue I

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For he B Ian I
park FOR SALE BYR.

Pt rI\T6 D (t u : Christmas Night.

S. iViALEYDaytona G. A. DREKA & CO. DeLand
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\s'' BY WILL HILL ,
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FOR SALE CHRISTMAS, crowned with mirth and cheer, IRELAND & AlcCALL, New Smyrna.
V Sweet magnet-night of all the year .L

From field and city, camp and foam I 1I

Where our loved ones absent roam I Low ides for December. ************************** ******* ****** ***+++++******
i $2 and 2.50 a Strand Thy subtle spell from far and near '. A. M I. P.M.1>> r *
Can draw
them home.
D.-O 1. 9:11005: ( QEO. P. JOHNSON

delivered, from I1l1tchinson's Gathered round thy friendly fire I I lle'(' :l ................. ........10:41. 10:;5S; ** i

Sisters, mother, sons, and sire lu lrc 3.....! 1 37 *

.. Wood Yard, west of Once more in fond affection meet ItLcI >"i 12JIXc ; : : CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER J
su ,
To love-set time their bosoms beat, '?Lf 1 t r .*,.?........12 A 1:10 I! *
railroad Magnolia And hearth's f r :
on aven- every singers a sweet.happy quireOf COM-right. 1901 1)('(' 0 ............................ 1:23 2.-W : DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA.

-1 IN-C 7.?...... 2:13 I :2:5'; !) *

ue. j. iN-c 3........._.._..._ 3.01: :3:55Dec ; RH
t H Estimates Furnished i Short {Notice. i
Hutchinson & Brittle. I "The captain smiled and twirled his U.......... w...__...... 3i: ;5 4:41 on
mustache. !)<>.. 10 .- I 1.55:: ;5-.:.10lc t -

--- -,---- r 'Even- you should lose your life. ;5v;j S G:3.j All work done in a !strictly fir t-dass manner.

..--- NN-NNNN----.....................-..-..-..... I I Brief Calhoun,' he said '}IIIJ'd turn the sat.hfarUon iK-c 12 .- ;:11.' .:3-j :.

N' of knowing 'that you had Ike I J 13..................._........ s 13 S:3Jlv :: : *a< Agent for Stairway J )\\I..t Corners.) i

f Neville H. Clark !=_ die l for your country. He poinu above her sunny head. < 14.......................?... iI5 '.'.1.30I :
'Wot satisfaction could dat IK tome She look. up with a smile lke I ...... 13 C.ax.w4atsw4rww4wwryww4wwwt1****.. .4*...*****
15 .10: 10::23iVc
feelin it
p ChristmasTales sah. when de lower o' (The young nun it may well be said.

[I OPTICIAN. n I:I wuz gone?" i Is well equipped with guile.) I 10.II.icj;t 11:10:I ....................... ............1$.43.......11Nr
II Thee patriotism means nothing to I Her lips, are rarely curved and red, I 1) p 17.1 I--.N :

H I you?' i And purse in tempting style:. I h.'C IS...."................... ..12-V.I: : !' 12:10: Ask for the Bread
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: U 'umn'. sab. I wouldn't put mah He puts his arm about her waist; Ih'c 19..1:4(1() 1:21:: I
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Rj life in de wales agin, governmentdat i And she clou not read! .
b I i any Di c 1 ::2I: I :!:(1)

: 'U .E. her replace existed de loss for o no* me.governmentcould : ,; And The then,d.m"ll.ir in sudden,r.rdent* ktstt-d haste! li'C .?. 2 00: -':37 i with the stamp of i ;

fi t. I Ah. luscious smack and honeyed taste I live 22.. 2:3.Ill
|d j Eyes Examined Free. :i It Was a Sure Proofof "Talhoun. if all soldiers were like I Thai he would not .have mJ !Ihr 25.. 3.10: :3-1.:
the world's governments wouldall
H fiII ; Lunacy. I' pod : t And now she gaze in surprise I Ikt2t 1.?........3I: 15 .J.:25IKC25 '
go to pieces tltt4l aldVllr( !
| At Clark'a Jewelry Store. .it. lFrs L. OUISWOI.D. the Cleveland 'On de contrary, sah. dr-y'd last Is she wn.h.fC'Ci, with ire> I IM:: .'.:.05lf ; f Daytona Bakery Ii I;
R The within "hrt I
I gleam azure -
.
II i educator who holds that It Is forever: for If all soldiers wuz like ( eyr I c 20! .. 5 Oft' .;-;.0 t ,
, ii Is that from fire
ungrr'i >
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........__.._... wrong to let children believe in
I 1.- II :::: :1 111.. len dare couldn't nelK-r be no I \Vill she with! wralMul rou. ng cries l 1t1 :: f.O: I t i.3Jl :
Santa Claus, was arguing about his fightinY Call forth her sturdy sue .
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P. B. DOBBINS strange Why views HP to at children a dinner.?" he asked."Why -=-=- --;- -- I I ____ ",....-.......... IXv 2U. '::0.:30 i ., H. E. QUIGG,

1 let them believe In a myth? I Sam Small's Hypnotism j VA. |II I It.c30. J:12 I: '.I:27 I

II Didn't Work.'TllKIate / I1ft3! .HI'II 10 35 ftftvr.V
GUN AND LOCKSMITH.General Whenever I hear mention of that I ... i i > Proprietor.
:
(. loathed name of Santa Claus. I think Sam Small had his fa nit s.I
repairing key fitting, saw fil- of a lunatic. Some years ago I I said an Atlantan. "but he did nut \\; : MASONIC: IJIRIC: IOIH'. ..........N......................1NN..............
ing. Trunks valises umbrellas and A
I.IKI.ONK.; | :. :\ M. t..t \ MM.rl
tended trial. A witness was "
a at'l dodge the penalty of them. When he :
and recovered ,, .
parasols repaired badges, I : l-l and .r" 1 hllr..lln l '
Checks and tags. lubber I stamps and ing; examined as to the sanity went wrollhe/ owned up like a man ( I 1"1 \ .:. ."'.....() Ihl.IF.f'It.I'TtI:; : :. No '. It.i A M.MtfllthTliurxIn .
of the inmates. '1' \\ J ;, ... at.isTIiur"ilv.. .0.. N ... u. m N .NMAtlantic
o,1i'ial8f'als. 22S South Beach Street, one I and if punishment was due he took It. \_ ) : :
I aytona, Fin.Now 'You hold that this inmate is Insane "That was the doctrine! San Small I I l'-c: : '",;: iI. ultl .:'TAI's'Mv1.1\hEltl.: : : :\.. 'k. -r.
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do you!' a lawyer asked preached. He hated dodgers lie ."\ .... .. .."f, ) .Li. .R. i ; :
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j \ .\ trveo.ts: "'II.\ITI-: :N". ". 01+ I u ;
'I 1 do.: was the firm reply.' used to laugh bitterly at the plea of iI I \ \ \\ ""'F-: .... :' \\.-ftti.l. and llIh Too .xll\' I" Coast Railivay.'none
is the time 'Why are you so sure? 'hjl'iatic influence that Used to be' .. \.X: ., I \... \ll nif. I In :MII-.tltie| list). iran> .' :n.-nti. .
'The : the witness said, 'gOt'S '
man put up by nearly every murderer I t) \: ,. \\7'
about asserting that he is Santa I "I once heard him ridiculing hyp- ,,11, ''tJ''r i ; .'' .
-. want Claus.: pret-1 ,,, l L Z. BURDICK
you everything n&Ism. lie said that he bought ,)
'And,' said the lawyer '}'ou hoMo ty heavily one year for ('hilatmaa.: and I j'I : : i-, / i 1 I.I at .larl..untile t\dl all train-* of the Florida East Railway -
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do you. that when a man goes; aliout alien the bill came In fur tnt key and M '1.j t'
to look bright and asserting that he is Santa Claus. it's mince meat candy, ducks ('hiekens.l i ii a((/ ,\, ."' tV., ; ; Contractor Builder. for nil |N'inlt

a clear proof of his Insanity i: plum pudding, fruit cake and so 1111.1 I Ili \ '$>Yti0Nltt

"'I do.' <> thought to liimstlf that here was a | '..,1..r-l i I NORTH SOUTH HAST and WEST.

new. A little paint 'Why case fur hypnotism to be tried. I j ." L1"""'" / ,,-r"I ) t I'lall*u ami lv: .tiinat ( 'I1t'<<.'I'- ,
"'Because.: said the witness! in a I "I Ile went first to hypnotize the i i ,

I loud. Indignant voice, '1 happen to be groi-er. Approaching) the titan. he'' VAL fully Fiimi-licd, Thretuglt'dupers and l Parlor Cars: to Tain i a and St. I'cters-
and little varnish |
a Santa Claus mi'self" looked him srnaii-l> In the ye. at the' '
I =--===-=. .... same time iepeatiii;;, slowl I) and I liii.presslvely ., nol! She laughs: I tier dimplf! rare iI i i !'nrg, and) Pullman: sleeping and dining ears Washington, New

: In meriiinrnt tpprar. \I! York and nil i Jaunt last t; anti PullmanUt'pers. to Atlanta, St.
Sample of American She 1.or.e spay strand of fair Building Cottages( a
stain will wonders Christmas Push. 'My bill is paid.: II IkhinJ i I.er stepely: car. I/in.;. Chicago and l intermediate i oitlls. 'onr1l''tiol1( at all jioints

( In THOMAS LlPTOhad: beencmuplintented "A change came over the gnicer's She uy': "Why. '1,. but tmilax thereL i iI I
by a New York reporter fae>. His color faded his eyes grew I pun the cliwiJelin: !I" '

toward this end. on the cap he had just offered: dull his expiession blank. And in tol I' (BenratH! the seeming, mistletoe Specialty.i i Consult the Purple Folder.

"I ought to offer a cup," said the I strange tiKtbauic.iloice\ he uiut 1 1 he damsel] stands Mid then

genial Briton "to the retail shopkeeper tend'. : "* ''II The La IVhavcs hI oil and. honest repentant beau i $ :,\ BHEEZE, l"14.\ .
We have them. who does the biggest Christmas i 'YIII re a liar. > nun I For rates, 1'iillin.in: niwr\ali and all detailed f information
Should do; he Ukrs the kin know
trade. The size of your CtrUtmas I, 7- ..-..__ I you
And It Ink If
initl again.tbDrlt.t.IC.arw'iiaris writ. .rall
trade amazes ne--its size, and the i Had Earned Her j 'wataSk4 : Daytona Institute. i on

dexterity with" which it is handled. I Christmas Gift. j

-1 heard the other day of a great "TIIKHK: are Christmas gifts and | 1'wrnty-Eighth: Y< .n.Miw .
Bingha 1&MaleyCo, Christmas bargain sale in Quiney. To | Christmas gifts." said llishopF<>!<4. : :Mi/aUtli. fctMr.. "I'ntK' i|>:il. PRANK C. IJOYLSTON
one of the bargain:; counters a man but the only acceptable ones are \... Ir'i:; minolebl.xkli.a.-I! | | !i <:t ".nil i '

was raSh enough to venture. lie 'those!' a teen; with alurt' mutinIn | c.r Oratigf.CI.1.V II DiMrict i I'u-.iciif.'rr A :eiil Alluntii Coast) l.ino
arxl I.di'iclual Iii-trin lion.
FURNITURE UNDERTAKE struggled heroically then a little with a while loud ; a crockery shop, during the holidays' : ('..ac Ling of pupil needing: pi i i 1.11 iiitru I \ JAt KSOXVII.hi;. :1 .; .
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- -- -. among the press I I once saw the proprietor hand a I <.ti-nr. I locution, I.it.-ratlll" I'ic..
cry. he sank. ;i plainly-dressed young woman a two- !! 1' tut I r\"t- for utdire. tit--. I..'..N..+............m...N.N.NN.NI .....
'Help, help!' he shouted from the I dollar bill She looked at the bill I
SEABOARD My leg is broken:
.. floor 'Help in the handlingof I and said bitterly: J. T. I LONCiCHOICE ( I __ __ __ -=-.:::::=
, "The c'erk dextrous "
. i 'Is that all? And durin' the past, 1 i I II
Air Line Railway. him. I
Christmas crowds got ain't I broken 33
year tumblers :2C! Ii.I
Savannah} Columbia. Camden, S)u 'And you'll find our' Christmas I I.cups nine meat platters, four saucers p..I1. t II., i... N1.1...1.1.1.1.1.1.10..N1.NN1.....N1.1.NNI :

splints and curtches sir, he said, 'on .: plates and 1: of the mistress' best I I. .
them Pines, Raliegh, Richmond, third floor Lack fifth aisle to left., .. tureens?* I Ii I

Washington, Baltimore( )Philadelphia -=- ,;; 'There, there: said the shopman HEATS I

New York. -Interest of soothingly; : 'here's another! dollar for r
the
In
Peace on Earth. >'ou.nd don't forget me. you know: ROBERT If SIMMS I

-. II. LOVE, the president of ht ended with a wink All Cne in Christ. of All Kinds.I 1 I
Two Elegant Trains Daily ALFRED Peace Union told one -' :
The coming uf Christ gave ,mi'liatl -
Seaboard Express day in Philadelphia Christmas a season peace"story.he salJ. Christmas Is a Good tl to the fatherhood of Cal and the I \\ !ko-|> .1 i !it.'irc line' 411| I I'i i I >n! h'.l! : : Jacksonville Florida Ii

this .
"At for a Cold. brutherhtNit of The prlntil'le .
man. great
Seaboard Mail "men talk sincerely about loving one Day land i : } ur.ti-rn ti''atslets.: : : i. !i'd.I., .
I OLMSTED I of Colorado was of Christianity *tan l+ out prominently .
universal brotherhood I
the :
about
Pullman another BISHOP? a Christmas address. to in c'Ulltra.1cUun: to many of I Ii I'.tv.ii.i '
Modern Kquiiuneiif. and in the same breath Corner Fain: :: \ rune :.HIM -
of roan Denver I'hildien. the noblest principles of Iw.tht.nJ..m. i .WHOLESALE LIQUORS. :
--. -- assert that it is right to burn some i ... ...
they They are, !! "Eat heartily on Christmas day" Race {prejudices ran through all (+'<>- !, |" St PI, in- !II"! j
in I
war.
,0 JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINT E and maim and kill colored recruit I' the bishop said smiling. "110 fullJustice |pies! and unionist all tonpm -. but :
a young :
not so logical; as I to turkey, to cranberry when Christ cam he taught: the
NORFOLK. VA. who served in the Philippines.This sauce fatherhood <,( Gal and the finittn'hool 60 YEARS'EXPERIENCE of Wines.
at the end of his: to plum pudding to all the good ...Importers ... :
man. ,
young of man lie! taught tin': I i.on; s
nut don't give way to glut[
haled before things. .
Excursion Tickets Sale Daily. was .
on initial engagement; tony. Don't gloat over jour Christmas no respecter of i'f t cons. II> ui.i his captain. ) 'r a. well a:* the rich his dl I-' '. to .
and dainties like a Hala IN' I
For full Information sleeper reset at the first fire, did I usedto .
'SO you ran lie dined with the! ul>UcHn- -' 1 .
p rations call on any agent of Seaboard c r scornfully. know. This boy said one Christ |> It : f
sa'id captain
the
write to you' morning: tiers as well a< wttfi j Itn. -t" nnoblemen Agent for :
*
an' I'd 'a' run soont'r.sah. ma :
'Yes sah; lie ommanded '!' .' .
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S. C. BOYLSTOX, JR. 'My. I wish I had a cold! .
if I'd Vnowed It wuz cominV .. Gosi el! be i.reaph"d: to 1'\"(': <;r >ature TRaDE MaRKS '
'Wb "? asked his brother.' AUKEE! BEERWRITI :
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Assistant General Passenger Agent "'Have you no regard' for you 'Cause) mother says to feed a t'oIJ.t IIi.. hunh today i- a :IV'I:ie!; DcstcnsCOPYRIGHTS &C.Attt'oe..ndlnq :eit SCtlLITZlL l \ i

Jacksonville. Fla. Calhoun! witness that there is neit'.i'! tI.j. .
reputation. pet devn)5 m inntr
I had one to-day wouldn't ,
and If I .ndf 't .
nuffin tmt" .
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Man reputation hain I feed It. though!' nor free, male uo ft-nial. .;:.I-K nurJew. !! lure Irm u r..II' It tii ,Mtrrtdf,hR '.r.et .. .
life'
sab 'loniWde o' mah for vie ar' all one In OuM! u.n.tnctl .sdennal.NAIIDBDOKnI'a< l .f'tlt8' .
: .- - "'Jt.f! Ir dnt fro.:r.f..r.r niririt p.t::':r.t'.. I
i THE FINEST ,fmtl; *'. .c"i-..c" at charge. in tin : l; Folic PI ICE LIST.Fine :

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I T r, J. A. SHANKS & SON A MERRY CHRISTMAS

MAKE CANDY
I )I I 1 't That Children Ought to Eat. ,' and HAPPY NI'.\V YEAR to all. 'r
j >Tv\ I / aud!")V ann 10" r'I ,,
RViiLj/'l' \1. .I In! ,III.i tlm 111,,it dOlll.-II""*""" '"t"1, I '."dnq' .'
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I OrlaJ ChristmasWe MCFADDEN'SSOUVENIR
fhe D \ ,,
a Yio bdt. ; / ,tR give lOU Honest Goods and {
1 na [Q ll Honest Weights I STORE I
Makes GaZett 11 M 1 I!11, D
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R AP' / corner Beach Street and Ivy Lane
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t, ranct. New E Chri s t 111,ls i Ii f 1 'r Large line of Holiday Goods to please young and old,

d1bon and small. A cordial welcome extended.
large
For Sale Out....... 'Ii'. '
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all '. ,
Dru NewSland 1at _. / IC
gSlores S, '
I 25 HOlels C L
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Per t 1riSth- t .
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Ph'1; .t. your X m ls Turkey ,

i e 111,19: / aud
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., ,r in Fresh Meats

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I While out shopping call and see YOUR CHILD'S XMAS\ I PRESENT -' I. ; //h/f/

our line of ,

Christmas Candies What could be more appropriate than a Savings- Account /
Book, Teach the child early in life the value oi thrift ij '
Fruits, Nuts, etcWe
This habit formed early will never be outgrown Openan
and the little
can please you
.. We also carry a full account with us in the \oun g ster's name give Jum. the t, ,, "= 1 r \ ,

line of smoker's goods. Bank Book as a Christmas present and tell him what it is = r TOYS DOLLS and ",j

CURTIS & SON and whit I it means. Then encourage him to save his s ,
T. F. /
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pennies The result will; be surprising ONE DOLLAR \ \f fon

r or more starts an account and it will earn FOUR PER I qt' l\ CURIOS I eelgsa*

CENT compounded every three months ;/Rw. ,,r;r/M,. 1
\ p F rr AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES j

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t 0 :1.) r ';Irde T. S. WOOD, :::!. I;;

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f..; aS 206 South Beach Street ',,
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r. A TN q e S / \ ,, BUY YOUR WIFE OR DAUGHTER( F
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Nn kight. Prices / CHRISTMAS (GIFT. -

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L I ,, Comfortable Rockers J SortlQtnt
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./ Writing Desks panese
t Pretty Toilet Sets wf Curios
Handsome Rugs I r Sh' '
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vv&r* Unique Jardinieres Parlor Suites IiAXSlOTLadies i *\V / fl Nothing but re al P
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TS Suites 1 g ;
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1'\\1> 'EtlIG p.1\ jou tan appriti 1 :''i t J ) onablea7eSaS .
by seeing; ,- ..i2'S You ever

E ROD15 G\f-r a"n.\ar THE t3 Ittii( N S of c.11 'nd .... '
l'\\ dill & MALE\: 1-r !
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rout 'bootrar.nn.SO'" to ttt", ,,. ro
Fra'y h"2: ttcnr:-glib
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t W- C tp *. -WM- *S vv e have a very large supply! ,
--- r ol household goods now
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Go. hand! Everything on'i i
marked
call, The !, < + in I
first class list g tee us a R FOI( e ry c a plain figures Liberal credit .
need oi a i'OUI 1
When in 11 at ISII1S. ( L > extended. No etra charge

r "' Stetson '" Bran.\... F'aI1C Ntlis fcda DAYTONA FURNITURE CO.

b a n\\ other High Clas ,t }' G T M. KEEL YMgr
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t I Fancy Shirts Scarfs,Han. Gtce us a "II /,,,, I t ; /,
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FULOHAM. North
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