The Daytona gazette=news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075895/00261
 Material Information
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 28, 1907
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002059610
oclc - 27730702
notis - AKP7676
lccn - sn 93059208
System ID: UF00075895:00261
 Related Items
Related Items: Daytona daily news
Preceded by: Gazette-news (Daytona, Fla.)

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: Don't Fail to See the : .!! COMMENTS OF THE STATE PRESS .! .i

: i BARNES the Novelty Man i

I| Continuous Moving Pictures !. ON THE PICTORIAL EDITION I.! I .1. _

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., Peck Block, foot of South Bridge. :. A copy of the pictorial edition of the i izetteNews The handsomest holiday edition gottenout The pictorial edition ot the Daytona : .

". Pictures changed Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdav. has been received at this i( this year by any Florida newspaperis Gazette-\ews, which has just been received : Especially Stationery, Fishing Tackle, Crockery, : .
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:. .. See life Alligator in window. : office from T. E. Fitzgerald, the pu >- : the pictorial edition of the Daytona I is one of the finest of its kind : Glassware, Fancy Confectionery, Souvenir Pest .t

.. isher It is a very neatly gotten up j I Gazette-News. Each of its sixty-four ever issued m Florida.rtisti'ally., ty- Cards Talking Machines, Dolls, Toys and Notions. : -

Admission 10 cents. : journal and \\ilI. no doubt, be the I I I pages carries from one to to 'the illustra-: 1 pographically, and in every other way ,. .
means of doing much good for Daytona lions, while eighteen of them are altogether it M a model and Bro. Fitzgerald ha BARNES ;

.........................1010.010...............tt : and neighborhood.-La.-t Coast:. (Titusille I! i1Iu-trated. The account of ;, abundant reason to be proud cf it. He .: .

,' ) Advocate. '! 'Dajtona's incomparable setting" is in ;1' has our hearty congratulations on his : Will also:: frame your Pictures, sharpen your Saws, : 1htKnives
N r. r r. ,: itself a picturesque' piece of \\'rilingith I enterprise and good taste.-Bartow
Scissors Lawn Etc. and will
1 1 I Mowers ,
'.4, The pictorial edition of the Daytona : nothing o\erdrawn. but all calculated to'!i Courier-informant. :5- .?
i "f"GAR": i" : Jazette-News, a COP of which Jiaj just: I stimulate the readers desire t..see the I I R IS lit repair almost anything that is out of whack. t .
pE CO l j reached this ofTu-e, is indeed a credit tots I scenes IIt'pirtt'd The description ( fDa :. \\eireiureeeiptof a copy of the
publisher and magnificent! Portrays ).ton*, 5eabrw and Daytona: Beach j i Pictorial Edition Itf the Daytona GILI In Fact, for Any Want, RememberBARNES i"i ,

the natural beauty of Daytona and sur- I are full uf fact: succinctly told. Altogether zette-News and it n ht'auty. It con- .'

: : oundmgs.-Lee burg Commercial this edition published in magazine I tains bi\t).four pages and u profiteer' 1
It lit lit lit I: form on heavy paper which brings illustrated with \views in and about Day : J

:1 1 'i Dry Goods. I It' The pictorial edition of the Daytona|lout admirably the full beauty of the I tona.Innnlf''s GliromcleIS .

, G! a2ftte-Ne i is something Editor |I half tone engravings, is as superb an IS H THE NOVELTY MAN. 5
Fitzgerald can well be proud of 11ieadvertising advertisement that beautiful action I The Tutorial 1 Number tlf the Daytona .

1 l' : and arrangement .>f same, I of the tate a< could l I..> .1..i..I.-Ja"1.-j. I Ga/ette-News has I IIf'C'n received at 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA FLA. J ,
I Phone 102, Anthony Block, the large clear \'lews of landscape and sonville Tune I'nion, I this: office and it is one of the finest '.
,.}.'. I ... homes of that city by the :-e:1. and stock ; KRR special editions ever issued 1 by a Honda :01.1.1010101.ISUSU.1.1..010t01.....lIMtlMtltltItl v
and general arrangement: of matter will nt'w*p"per. It is profusely illustratedwith

f' I DAYTONA FLORIDA. i place it at the head of all such special( I The Tribune ts in receipt of a copy i>f fine l.aIr-tone cuts and gives good
, work not only in Honda but the bouth the Pictorial Edition of the Daytona idea of that beautiful section of Honda

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gion.; its wide circulation shouid prove of tremendous helps develop the !State.- Florida (\\'au-

: 'f' .$HSIU.t.t.t.t.1.101...1.1.....10............... r IS r I benefit to that thriving city. chula) \d\ocatc Norman S. Dayton
rp< The pictorial edition of the Da)'toaaJazetteXews -bt. Lude County (Ft. 1'icrce) Tribune RKK

just issued for the season K r. IS The pictorial edition of the Daytona
190;. is a work of beauty-a real workof Gazette-News has: just reached us, it is a "f
1 Groceries I I \\eaiknowledgerectiptof. the picto-
j ? art. It is printed on cnamaled paper, beauty and reflects credit upon the
rial edition of the Daytona Gazette- LUMBER.
enabling the pressman to bring out the editor and assitauts. We advise everyone
News and unhesitatingly it
half-tone embellishments clearly : pronounce to send and well
many get one, as it is
I one of the finest of the kind. ever emanating
t I and distinctly The booklet contains worth getting and keeping. We congratulate -
from the state. WEt congratulate lard, Magnolia: Avenue and F. E. C. Railway. Also _
+ f\ 5 NOW YOU ARE TALKING! j articles on Daytona, btabreeze, Dayona them on the excellence of the 1
Brother Crouch its workmanlike Estimates and Su rintendence. Real Estate office
George on Plans
teach and Florida in guicral. work.--Polk Cout) (Bartow) Uerord. Pe ,.
r. Many private residences appear and business execution and Brother Ed Fitzgerald KRr 1st door south ofP.. O. W H EDMONDSON, Manager,
I That's the com of the realm that it
My Business.. : men have l been liberal in their advertising will bring on unto hirn.-Dunnf'lIon Alh'oeatt'o Quite a number of the Mate papers! Daytona, Florida Phones office, yard and) residence.

.' patronage. The price of the have been sending out special holiday
: I take pleasure in calling for uur order and book is 25 cents, and is well worth the edition of more or less merit, but it

? : ';t delivering promptly what, you want. lly stock money.-Daytona Halifax; Journal. R r. r. remained for Brother Fitzgerald: of the

: '-.1 In always fresh and fine and your trade will ARK The Tribune n: in receipt of a copy of Daytona Gazette-News, to eclipse all of

: .. '\ be highly appreciated and well tak..nare of Gazette-News The pictorial edition from of the the Daytona the'pictorial edition of the Daytona I them in this line. Tae Gazette-News .1.111............N..NNNN.................
i just press, is a Ga/ette-News," and a very beau i came to us last week in magazine form, N1
; "i : lM-I. Phone m your wants.II' handsome uwue from every view |Is>mt. tiCul11t'imHI| it is of the printers'and with beautifully engraved headings and .1

..i .. .' I -* t. Petersburg Inclependi engravtrVart. It is priiited on 'I i'on taming sixty-four pages of excellent i :
*&' -W. CARROLL .1It1t t'namall'aper of a fine quality which I reading matter, descriptive of that progressive I
ts The Metropolis is in rtreipt of a. copy shows on the profuse illustration to. city, illustrated with perfectly ..
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I of the pictorial edition of the Daytona treat advantage. while its write-ups are j printed half-tone cuts of all the principal % 0
8f I Gazett -Xews which is, in every: respecta exceptionally able and interesting. I residences!, business houses and (Successor to }'. '1'. Conrad & \:',o.L) ._,. -- .f. r
f Tlie 'North Beach st. Grocer. I work of art. Editor Fitzgerald has Editor T. E. ritzcrald deserves the splendid! scenery with which that section 2

..adf' I ; 4, I reason to be proud of the issue-Miami highest praise for Lisctllent ,,'ork.- abounds Kisslggpeg alley Ga- I! Full and i :
tf Carry a Complete
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w At a meeting of the Contest 'Committee ((2)!) That the first week of March isl during the race. t'i'

E DAYTONA. BEACr,FLORIDA. .; of the Automobile Club of 'America the hei.lith: of the Florida season, when I The races already decided upon by HILL l BUTTER.
.. t ", heM December thousands of > then the Contest Committee. blanks for
.: t. f. ;, on ednesday evening many |eople are on entry
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I Furnishers: \ Short .Notice"hilt: =, 19th ut the clubhouse in New York, at the ground to witness the races and which are now being prepared are as
Estinates ,
; | ...c, =f which all of the committee (Robert: Le the general: temperature and I weather follows: I The Conrad Grocery Company I
Morrell, chairman; .A. L. RIker; A. II conditions are at their best and presentthe LONG RACES.2sSmilesninelapsof ,

!. tAll work, done in ;ttiictly: first-class manner j jM Whiting, Samuel Stevens Presiaent I If most inviting prospects to northern ( 32 miles) for : E. T. Conrad &: Go's old stand.
11. 'lj f Colgate Hoy and s rctary S. M.But-, motorists.Arrangements. the ,Xutouiobilc Club of America .
J Agent&r Stairway Du I t Corners j her) were pitMiit. The report of Secretary have been completedto 1 Cup, fur strictly racing cars, to loe run ++*..*.+..NN....+.+.....+...+.NNNN.+.+....+!.., ." i
i Butler on racing conditions at Or- provide an approximately 10-mile under! the Vanderbilt: Cup race rules, .
(;..i..>rr.>EY.***.*.**_**.**** *********+*****+******e** ,. rnond-Datona Beach \\'a.spresente Pi ---- ---- -- discussed and the with the the northern end of the beach at Or- (-MJ4! :! Ibs)
,r ll'4 .... ..>. >,.<. .. ,.1N NN. ...t......................qfn. Florida East Coast agreement Automobile Association nioiul and one at the Southern ("11.1. at 12S miles (four laps) Invitation Race :

I I ., Ask jor the Bread j turning over the entire control and the Inlet for gentlemen amateur drivers Prize { Daytona Transfer & Livery Me> 4 ,

management <(the races to the Automobile These loops will be constructed of and conditions to be announced later. 4
Club America, was ratified two inch planking furnishing a roadway 100-mile International Championship
\vith the stamp of j and approved. 3-'ff: wide andfproviding an for the Minneapolis Trophy. .. C. E. Johnston. Proprietor .

The date of the races was fixed for easy curve by grading hay the sand SHORT RACES. I have the best livery in th* .\

the week beginning M.>nda), March, :JnA, hills at the .nd t>f the 'cour:5t'. The One Mile International Record for the I; city, with white drivers who tare i
J'Daytona | 1908, for the following realms: loops| will be banked. 1 six feet high at Sir Thomas In-war>> Trophy.
familiar with all roads '
> aala Bakery
w .: tiun of the tidal conditions shows that means a 32:!-mile circuit is available, beginning }Record !speed trials for the mile and LOOK FOR THE ;

':.. :: > this week, March Jncl: will afford from und ending: at the clubhouse 'of kilometer t = ..
r Silver
: 'five to six hours daily of good 'beach, the Florida last: Coast Automobile- Car. in order) to toe eligible to compete]) Tipped Rigs.
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", .: ".: QUIGG, : varying t':1I'h day between UM hours ..f auciaUoD on the beach at I Daytona> in I in the sir Thomas Dewar mile record, t ""! ;:;. -: Phone 27, opp. Public&bool.N .
i : 10 a. m and 6 p. ni, and in view of the front of which all the long distance races t\o\o-mile-s-minute\ record and the speed e
I I. >J' 'T4+ (f.-iJ'f..j: :'e ,..- Proprietor. i: long distance races which are to !I... run, will start and finish trials for mile and kilometer will be required ........................ .............. ............
1 ,. i necessitating the widest beach 1s| issil.le This should provide the fastest> coursein to make a certain minimum

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date was select as the only possible Here also will he I located the grandstand The Vanderbilt Cup conditions, limit- I. OPEN SHOP MitnolU Avenu ,,
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:. .. ments. I I (lositiun of the competitors| at all times govern all vents. ,y. rlifw
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I Married Jacksonville { .
Under the White Tents. at Sunday! I Elected Officers. l
Wood WorRer.
: Cabinet MaKer; #f
Thousands of artistic posters and George E. Pollard and Miss Edna FMihng :. I U the annual election of Halifax

: Picture Frames De>,)r an.dp \'illlll\\ Screens made to onler >*Rice other attractive advertising literature of this city were quietly m;irnedut Lodge No. M, 1'. A. .V. :\1., held Thursday Painting

DAYTONA, FLA. : throughout this section of the country, Jacksonville! Sunday afternoon, and night uf last week, the f.U.vaing., j < .
Aver .
I Cottage_ tf make the long anticipated and happ returned tn Daytona by the evening officers! were elected: I Dei'orating I ..

...f !' 1,!n- '' '.....:'... *********************** announcement that the tver-popular tram G. D. Seaman-\\or hipful Master j < d.

_. r -------- r-- and mighty bun Brothers Famous i l i Miss St ilmg had been in Jacksonville \\'. \'. Carter Senior \\'arden. : s Papl'rhanginK 1
r---- Show! will exhibit \\edne da)' afternoonand for several weeks, where she was: engaged (;rant Maloon-Junior Warden ; 1:
t If thinking evening, Jan. 1 This year every I I a< a .stenographer and )Ir. Pollard r. T.Peck-Treasurer. ; <
are I West of Florida
RidgewooJ Dayton,
.RUMPS avenue
department of this already big joined her in that city Sundav. .\. H Carter-Secretary. I 14 t

of heating your ment carnival has been amue-I l I Both the young pe pie are well knownin .\. II. Carter was also re-tletted to < R
augmented The Sun Brothers' Daytona, MisStihng being a d.tugU- the Board of Trustees for the enduing :

home or your hotel have always been the acme of chaste-I I ter of \Ir.: and Mrs \\m Stumg, who three years.The <:+'..11.IN.NNNNINN. ........................
/.3 'TDA T ness. In the mammoth Zoological department I conduct the City Bakery, and Mr Pol master elect appointed \\'. I'. 1

see us, we are : are exhibited typical Sp'i'l herd having been engaged in the bicycle Jib!) as Senior Deacon, Joseph lMx>rnas : FOUNTAIN CITY I It
mensof every species of animal I I liver)" business for a number cf vcars. Junior I Deacon and Miles Revels J: ,
in the business. extant. \ tour of this peerless depart j I )Ir. and Mrs. Pollard will make their T>ler.

PUMP ment is of vastly more educational home for the f,re:-ent with Mr. Pollard There was an unusually large number
We sell the !b lest line value than a trip through man cfnierlea's I mother Mrs C. .\. Steele, on North in attendance and quite a number |
\ best known zoological gar I Beach street and in the !spring: will of visiting brethern and after the 1'1-1' J

of Hand and l Power dens. "Music i ts:: the sunshine <.f the i! make a trip to the Pacific Coa tOsteoU tion A sociAile; hour was spend( in the'' ]f I Hack- meet all trams Phone hi.:; ('or Palmetto and Live Oak are.
soul," this poetic quotation has ken':i enjoyment of an impromptu "m..l..C'f. 4
Pumps e\er oiTeied inDaytona born in mind by the management, and I !:!i Tribe Llccts Officers. -- [ BLACKSMITHING! AND REPAIRING.
the musical of t he hasnot I II I
portion program | \
II Orange Bloom.
for the I I \t the of Sceola Tribe NoO .
money. been neglected! \ fine concert meeting
'I band of twenty men with four special I i :.1 I. lOll' U. M. .list week, Dr, H. :Mr. M J Davis, cf Kingston, La.a <:. Painting; and> Horse Shoeing.

ipeFittings t; of soloists will gIve courts. one hour previous i Howe received thedoption Degree Mandarin orange tree to the regular "big show"' entertainment -'IlIont II, Bennett and \\ L. Ballough full of fruit buds l and lilosaoim, aa "'ell'( J Jas
all kinds.Staples&Cutten and: the same organization; I I were advanced to the Warrior degree. oranges about the :ie of p'a.The I :r.....N....... ...... ...... .............. ............

I Ii will also render the harmony for the 'I The Uowmg officer wirelected fur tree appears| to be in hue condition,
i regular performances. an introduction I the ensuingear: with no apparent cause: for this out-of .1.11.11....1....NN.1.N....1.N...1.NNN.NN
be offered at Walter Edwardacheni.: season bloom I
to the good things to
the afternoon and evening performancesin \\ 1) Briid)haw --Senior sagamore. --- REAL
Daytona a series of magnificent free Will Eick-Junior Sagamore. $\Ve will secure for jou bottom & lu
.. exhibitions will be given on the :show John \\ WiUlaIM-hit'f; of Records. prut"' un lumber and other building : ESTATE.
ftroundsfcl 11:30 *. m. The Messrs t grant Maloon-Collector of Wampum
PTRAUUTO GARAGE Sun cordially invite the public to come : John PollitzKeeper of Wampum. materials No one receives grafts :: Cottages for Sale or Rent Life, Fire and Accident lits.ra l ce. :
.0 and see these brilliant free spectacles I Chiefs Mailer) Maloon and uilliams: ZN1
on jour rUrl'hast"orman S Dayton :: Phone 234, IJ.YIOX.BE.CH, TL\
Phone :?tr,. even if they cannot attend the pel for tu-I j were elected as representative: : to the .
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:IT -\ ;;.DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS leased PInehurst of W. H. Freeman for c. M. Christy:Dies Suddenly. WellsSparks.A fdAL.I.I
the season. Mr. Wray is a successful B
r OBHJSHED EVERY SATURDAYT. hotel hotel man of year's experience.For Calvin }I. Christy died suddenly at quiet wedding was solemnized Sun- r" AND

several seasons he had the management his home on North Ridgewood avenue day afternoon in Sew Augustine,the con BUSINESS

E. FITZGERALD, Editor of the Bay View House at the yesterday morning,of apoplexy. Ex- tracting parties being Edgar Wells and
'- above cept for a slight cold Mr. Christy had Miss Martha C. Sparks. The ceremony
He ana
place. his family
r been feeling well up to the time of his took place at the home of Mrs. A. C. Titzgerald & Oates
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY spent last winter in Jacksonville, wherehe I I G C. B011ANNONPhysician I :
death. When the fatal: attack seized Barnett and Rev. J. II. Martin of the
made a study of the hotel business in at Law J
(INCORPORATED ) the south. him he fell unconscious from his chair Methodist Church officiated. The bride and Surgeon : Attorneys

Dr. Seelye was summoned and kind is a iister of Mrs. Barnett and resides in Special Attention to E $minln and

*Efik>ied.et the P-ostoffice at Daytona, Flonda, as Second Class Matter. ; friends and relatives did their utmost Daytona. Mr. Wells is express messenger Office over the Atwood Pharmacy, I Perfecting Land Titles. ,

Holly Hill. for hu relief, but when the doctor arrived for the Southern Express Company, I Beach street, Daytona, Fla. |! FLA.LAXD1S .

t death had claimed him. i running between Jacksonville and No. 74. Conrad Block, DAYTONA
Telephone e j I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.One Holly Hill, Dec. 26-The Sunday I Mr. Christy, who was in his 2nd year Miami on the Florida East Coast Rail- I

copy one yew. ,. ,..,.............._ ...,11.50 School Christmas entertainment satur-I I was born at St. Louis, and has been for I way. Mr. and Mrs. Wells left. Sunday I ---- \ Care n..nllil Bert n.Ja

One copy six months.... .__. _...______..................._.....___..... .75 day night was a very pleasant many years engaged in business! in that i evening for ack'Onvillt'h re they ,,[ II.H.SEELYE.A.APhysician i : & fiSH

One copy three months. ...___..___._____............__....._ _...... .40 well attended. There were songs and I city. This was his sixteenth winter in will make their home at the Riv'erview {

ADVERTISING RATES. recitations, and the tree which was very I j j i Daytona, and since 1902 he has, with ,I Hotel. 'I and Surqeon. Attorneys at Law '

r prettily trimmed yielded presents and |I,I his family, occupied the handsome winter 1 Special attention given to Electrical Kractlelnc In all State and red.ral
DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS. candy for all the little folks and many '' home which he built r.n Ridgewoodavenue. Southward Bound. j I treatment and Mechanical methods. Court. 0ll or criminal baden t5C111Uesforintestlgatingand '" li.-

: Rate per inch per insertion to regular advertisers.__... ..................__10 cents of their elders. E. A. Richards announced I 127 So. Ridgewood Ave. Houts I eareful attention. Special perfecting title*.
Rate per Inch per insertion for less than three months............. ................15 cents the and declamations Mr. Christy i is survived his wife : The yacht Elmar, of New York, 8-10.30 and 1-3:30. Phone 85. IXI And. Florida.
Rate per Inch per insertion for single insertion_ ......._._...................-.SO tents songs ,I land I by bound for down roast. point, anchoredhere :I
and C. Roy Miller made 1& good Santa six children, Mrs Montells, of '
c READING NOTICES OR LOCALS. Saturday night and proceeded on 1 : Isaac A.Stewart Egford
Claus. Greenwich, Conn., and three and DK. d. E. RAWL1XGSPhysician
Rate per line, each insertion.-............. ...-..-............. ..............10 cents sons her voyage Sunday. The Elmar i isM : BLY
S.TI Mrs W. T. Lindsey and children visited two daughters who were with Jiim at is i STEWART &
foot beam and
t. RATES FOR CHURCHES ) feet long with 11 '
with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lindseyfrom the time of his death. He was a pleas- BI"I -
All club society organization, lodge and church notices, other than religious propelled by a 75 horsepower engine. & Surgeon
cervices, 5 centa per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolutions,3: cents Saturday until Monday ant, genial gentleman; and had made The yacht Catherine, of Bayonne X.
line. Legal at rates.GENERAL The Misses May, Lily, Anna and numerous friends here.
per advertising legal J., in command of Captain VanVuskirkand Dr. Rawling'a office over Gille's I Office next door to Bank
l PROVISIONS.No Marion Mabbctt joined their sister Miss The funeral arrangements had not I II Commodore Ells
with her owner\ DeLand FloridaTITLES
single charge for display advertising of any kind less than 50 tents. Carrie at Bulow, Friday to be present at I been made at this writing.Complimentary i worth aboard, came down the river drug store Beach street. I 1--

: Good position given every advertisement. An extra charge 2 rents pr inch the latter's school entertainment. They __ lower coast
f wW be made for ads with specified positions. No special positions given on ads returned Monday Miss Sunday on her way to : INSURED:
accompanied by STEWART
r less than five Inches. Dinner. points. The boat is built of mahoganyand E. L. ,.I-
; No advertisements accepted for the first page. Carrie, who will spend the holidays at Seventeen of the many friends of finished in the same wood. Her Physician and SurgeonSpecial I Volusia County Abstract. Investment I
home J'I I !
'. Extra charge made on display advertisements containing an a\t-rageof more i ,
W. Wilkinson tendered that gentlemana"homecoming" j motive power is a 50:; horsepower White 1 I and Title Insurance Company.
than 30 words the inch. Edwin
to Peterson
ti and children went toI'if'r.u I beam 1 attention to diseases of the
A Middleton engine and she is 131 furnished and titles perfect
i' All bills payable on the first of each month. dinner at the automobile Abstract
Tuesday to spend Christmaswith Eye Ear, Throat and Nose. Office Plats and Blue
ed. Map
_. and l O feet in length. The Catherine Lands
k clubhouse Monday evening. I Bert rlllh,Prey; D. ,
-- -- -- - relatives. and residence No. 101 Magnolia corner I piled
An elaborate banquet was served in anchored south of the city until Tuesday Palmetto, telephone 82. I. !We'yanel Tress Opposite Volusia Co.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1907 H.WiI.tt'r will preach here Sjun- Bank, UeLand, Fla. '
t on the north wing of the main floor of the)I II when she proceeded on her voyage!: Office hours!9 a in.to>V> p. m.
.. ____ u .__ d i.v tile :2th! inst. at 3 p. m. The rite .
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club which decorated for down the coast.Additional -- ----
was tastefully i
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+...........++*..+....++..***.+**...***..+*+.+*++*.*+ of tiaptism little children.will be administered! to several 1 I I the occasion, covers being laid for eev-{ G. A. KLOCK D. D. & C. A\. ROGERS

Seabreeze and Beach i:; Monday, Miss Hilda and Mann arrived from Tampa 1 enteen.sixteen J. B. Moore was of toast whom master were any present.}"filled' ,' Locals. I Physician and Surgeon Civil! Engineers

j Daytona was joined Tuesday by her and Ii'' I I
that ,
sisters, the Misses Marie, Nellie and position with easy gracq Special attention given to imleeaw or [DAYTONA and
Amiee. F. A...Mann also down fluent tongue, the responses by the assembled Geo; X. Chamberlain arrived Sun the Eye and Fitting of Glasses. 1* 80.Kldgewood Offices I[MIAMI FLA.

MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor. from 'w'ith came guests were sincere and in day from Joliet, Ill., and joined his ,phone: >. Office hours l-u:!
:1 Seabrook little Elizabeth to Sam i p. ro,0:."to 8:0u p. in.DAYTONA Office Established 1875
,. ..YYYT .yy&. & &.&.&.&.&AAA.. ......... ...... .'.-.-...-.-.-.-.- .. ............................. MerLel and a family reunion was held many c&. witty and kept the company wife and daughter at their home on FL. Daytona
highly interested until a !late hour.
Seabreeze Dec. 25-Sunday alter.noonthe private life he was unselfish, loyal and at Mrs. Merkel's for the Christmas cele- Magnolia avenue.
bration. The Misses Nellie and Hilda Those participating: J. W. Wilkinson M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. D. II A. BERNARD y
filled to lovable, giving much and I -
Seabreeze church was : demandinglittle
Fuller Mtinroe I is spending the
left J. B. Moore, E. H. Langworthy,
and extra:seats and chairs in return. He leaves a wife, one Thursday with their father for a
overflow I few days visit at Scabrook. C. O. Chamberlain, D. Mcl-arcn, II: I.. holiday! here with his parents, Mr. Homeopathic Physician I solicit subscriptions and business I
were called into'requisition: to accomo- son, Walter G. Hesser and two daughters -I I for the Times-Union.
Alvin had Potter, L. F. Oatc, !Jr. J. H. Pierson, and Mrs. G. 11. Munroe Xo. 453 Xorth Beach Street.
Davenport exhibition Ifidgewowl
date the crowd who came to witness the Mrs. M. K. Bliss and Mi*. Ward on on -
Christmas Day bunch W. H. Peters, Ldw.hite, F. X. Con- Office Hours 12:30 2:30 and 6:0$ TIMES-UNION BUREAU,
Sunday!School Christmas exercises. McClanahan to rt'alizetheir bcrcavment. a magnificent! of avenue. to I
The which showed patient W. L. Diggett and family returnedlast mistletoe, six feet in diameter, full of rad, I-. J. Xiver II. C Thompson, Carl to 7:30.Telephone I R. L. Smith Real Estate Office' ,

program week from beautiful ripened berries. Knafrpe and T. E. Fitzgerald. K. II. Wolford Las bought the No. 122. Beach Sjreet.
practice on the part of the teacher- a isit with relatives at I

Mrs. Alice Godsmark who is,the moving Lake Como. Fred Hawley returned Friday. from --. interest of his partner, C. B. Lambing : '

spirit and inspiration of the school, MissKelley, assisted by her aunt, Rollins College, Winter Park, to spend in the Palmetto theatre in the Daytona Private Hospital DR.BOMANNON'SPrivate : : '

was a very interesting one. Dr. I.eland' Mrs. ( reeD, gave an informal Christmas the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Family Christmas Tree. McCoy building and the latter
and Sanitarium SanitariumFor
address was especially helpful to entertainment at the Elmira cottage, P. J. Hawley. !Jr. I> J. Cautwc wife and
Messrs. daughter tleman left last week for Corry, 1'a. Every facility for the proper treatmentand
the bible student, being a good pen picture Christmas Day. Dr. and Mrs. Leland Richards and Wetherell received of Davenport, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Nelson care of m..IIcal and surgical C.IIe"tlectrlcal the treatment of all \

i of the topographYl] of I the Holy were among the guests enjoying the oc the engine fur their new boat Walter of Clarkson, Mich., Mr. and *XCI charge for preliminary plans quiet: surroundings.appliances Special, trained attention nurses, I M.dl..1..d Ssr seal C_... .:

Land, the cities and towns wherein the casion. Christmas the boat :: morning and expect to launch Mrs. Geo. E. Johnson, of Piterboro, X. and estimates; supervision of work cation.given to No.al!I patients 41 Second I Terms ave., Daytooa.l'rs. on appli. 21 South Beach) Street, Phone 74.

Muter passed the brief years of his life. Courtland Eaves arrived Sunday afternoon today or tomorrow. II., Mr. and Mrs. J. E.: Dent, of Martin, at al'tuall'IJoot.! Norman S. Dayton, .(!. A. KUVK and K. HOWE, C. C BOHANNON. M. D. f'

Dr. Marsh was at his best, a? he always and will spend the holidays Jim Wetherell, foreman fill C. o.coo-I)Tt-nu., and Mr. and Mrs. Sessions: of IX*}tana.Ci'burns' Pbjrslclaui In Charge. ,
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JI'I I u when he talks to the children. lie with his mother and sisters. rington DeLan/J'gpent; Christmas with --- ---

r stepped down from his clerical: pedestalthat I Miss May Morrison, one of the :Seville: his: Y"': :Wm. .Wetherell, Sr., of this I the Springfield Edmund, Mass Miller, all apartment season inmates house on of } Greater Minstrels I appeared I 1)1 ll. W. A. COVE: S. II. GOVC

they might look at him with level : teachers, i is the guest of Mrs. S. '.- e1u. place, whom he had not seen for thirty- I Palmetto avenue, joined with }Ir. and at the Seabreeze opera house I Architect Builder and

i young: eyes and feel that he understood more, and will spend the ,,days here. five years. Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Miller's sister, last Friday evening, and despite the Dentist

them, and was really and in truth one I i I ContractorResidence
Elizabeth rainstorm
Highuiore, celebrating: heavy were greeted by a
of them in OITI.-f: corner Kldgswvod and Volusia
their and
joys disappointments. I Christmas:: with a house tree, bearing big houM" and office northeast cor-

"Children you given Lv IIQlQ..than tJuaJtolla Beach, Dec. 25.-The pupilsof Port Orange.Port gifts for various members of the )party. ner Ridgewood and Volusia ave. A""
"'' you'f..:r the first, second and third grades presented The Christmas frolic consistingof PHONE 89 Phone 80. Daytona, Fla
r.. __ ,. I.eam t 0 .
-' ... I Miss \\ith -The fine -- --- -
their Halliday, Dec. 25-
give and to give the best you have," Orange games refreshments, etc., held

was the burden of his theme, and he a box of pretty handkerchiefs and hand- launch Alice II, owned by Captain Hunt Rescued Launch In Distress. Christmas Kve: in the Sunday School i LESSONS I IN GEI.\1AN..I{I Halifax tusk House -
some stationery last Friday afternoon. arrived short time from Long Is-
brought it to them in a very telling way. a ago of the Church
room was I II I
Little Misses Lucile Johnson and Dorris accompaniedby By who has George WrayThe
When the time arrived for the distribution land. The captain was Harry Thompson, accompanied by a lady u thorough
F Hilton were prime movers in getting up hh family, Mr. and Mrs. E. Boehm, August Ath"tetterlt'ft about midnight : greatly enjoyed by the children. | knowledge of the German languageand i
of gifts there were several very : cheapest place in the State to.
j I ... pleasant surprises for the principal par the contribution. K. T. Wilmarth and John Haff. They Wednesday in the Lucille to rescue a I Owing to the illness of members I has traveled abroad. For fur- !'l buy Pianos. Pianos to Rent. Tuning r
4 Mr. and :Mrs. John Shaw, of Coshoc- started in Octpber stopping at all places! yacht in distress off the coast at Number ther information address P. O. Box !'
ticipants. Mrs. George Louis Farrell I of the choir the musical at Repairing and Polishing by a
m ton Ohio arrived Sunday night and Nine. returned i program 20S Ila.N .
e. presented the church with a handsome of i ipterest. Thy Thursday I| Daytona \i i. skilled workman.HMtMMMMtHttMB.
have taken rooms on Seabreeze avenue. Mr. Corbett, of Trenton, Ha., was e"eninith the boat, the Crusoe, 1 the First 1'aptist Church was postponed
velvet A '
i handsome cushioned siver Individual offertory communion plate. Miss Maud Strother is expected home here I last week) 1 looking for a location fora which tied up at the draw at the south I from last Sunday until to ...M(1.MtNN..NIMM ..... V..*'r

11, Eat was a gift to the church from Mrs. today parents.to spend her vacation with her I 1 blacksmith Miss Anna "shop.S. Wilcox arrived from bridge.became disabled It seems when the off Crusoe's the coast engines at a i I morrow. .++...+.+........*.+++.+.........................--... 1
of Mr. and
Bianchi Thompkins a 1
fw Mrs. John Bianchi, who spent last winter Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Uendricks, of Clinton, Conn., stud. has secured rooms point above Ormond. The boat \\:51 I As is their usual custom the fprc-

here. W. M. Moore, the faithful South Haven, Mich., have rented Mrs. :. of Mrs.f Fox anchored and the owner came ashore in prietors of Schmidt's Hotel gave. a

Livingston's cottage on Peninsula Drive who had charge of the small boat and came here for assist
, 1 b-, and ever pleasant superintendent of the Miss Vaulx, : a Christmas tree to their friends and Happy

t school was presented by the pupils witha for the season. primary department of our school two ance. The Crusoe i,* a boat of between guests Tuesday evening. Every

i a pair of gold cuff buttons with his wont H. F. Stewart is having the interior o years ago, accompanied! by her sister sixty and seventy feet in length, guest in the house was remembered.
the Pioneer freshened with for the =-t--- r I
cottage paint are gUf'st01 Mrs II. K. DuBois --"--
k:.. ogram. Rev. Dr. Marsh received a
1 and varnish. Koert DuBois is also home I
beautiful electric lamp, presented to holidays. 1-
l.l.I I, him by the church, to which fund the Miss Marguerite Freeman came home for Christmas. New Year!
from Eustis where she is taking Miss \nnie
residents and tourists of Seabreeze CODt' a course Sir!;. C. H. Meeker and
in the Presbyterian school afternoon \ J. % 5. ..
tributed liberally. Many pretty gifts Sunday George arrived from Rahway, .

k': t t were distributed among the children, and will spend the holidayshere. Wednesday morning. >ij i ,Y rte.. ,I
lions of former citizens
Joseph one our
overlooked in the : .
t none were :,
1 general distribution.Harry A dance at the Casino Tuesday evening but qow "r Titusv'ille, is v iMting' The Peck-Hendricks Company. r

was given in honor of Miss:: Lois Van his daughters here. L.
t Gilmgre, who has been taking MOTOR
: an electrical tJ engineering course in Pitts- Valzah and Arthur Stewart, wkl&$mat Elnvr lH&*>nt and his sister Miss ..... .. .. :........

- F field Mass., for a year past will spend home from school for the vacation. Jessie are home for the holidays as is i ...i..i.......tiililioiiii...tNiii1
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the holidays at Lisbon N. Y. Messrs. Ball and Chandler have made also Herbert Rogers, who visiting:: his I SATISFACTION A"Every a : 1 1.lt.1.1.1.i.1:

i A new artesian well was put down last fine fishing records at the pier the past uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Fair I : Fur the must artistic and up-to-date Calendars in the city at 25 and 35c, :
week. The former landed I
some excej: Dractica/Mlittea/ized"
week on the river front of George Well'sproperty. .
Numerous other improve- tionally fine sea bass and the latter two -- ----- I : See Lesesne at "THE KODAK PLACE"
immense sharks. Mr. Chandler had r
menta will be put in, such as:: a news the Waterworks in Prospect. .
sharks photographed. I \\ atl'l' Colors, Photographic views of Florida .
water tank and garage. Mr. Wells is The "Automatic"Perfect and :
Some two weeks ago Geo. P. Johnsonwas At the meeting of the City Council I :
1 expected to arrive to spend: the winter l'n'rythill the camera user needs.
with ordinance provid- tr U
here about January 15th. presented a very life-like por- Monday evening a'a I.

,Mrs. Arthur Cobura went up to Jack- trait of his son Eugene gift and'. work of fug for an issuance of bonds! in the sum power for all marine work. Made in two I : ]teach Street, i doors North of 3rd Avenue.MMtlUJMUBimn .
Chaa. Willson, artist of 0,000' for installing a system of st'les-slow' speed heavy duty and yacht engines. :
sonville with her husband Saturday fora first and Prices and Catalog No. 19 on application. :.....I...........I.I.I.I...........
few days stay.T. Mr. Phillips:: is having his apartment waterworks was passed on Write us-v*.e can save you money. I ....... .........:
house on Valley street freshened with a second readings. The ordinance provides ..............
and I. ...
F. Williams family expect to .................
coat of that the shall be rati-
paint. ,
proposition Florida Gas Engine & Supply Co.
epandthe holidays visiting with Mr. Ile alere
Williams' mother and sisters. Mr. J. W. Ken.>ey. who with his wife is fied or rejected at the annual election to TAMPA, FLA. I CLARK & WATTON Sail and FreshKlnda or FISH

occupying one of the Bleekman cottageson be held in February.The Oysters and Clams. Game
George Eaves and who have in Season. All orders
wife I i
several months here with Valley street, would be glad to meet Council expects to submit lo the We also carry a full line of stationary engines, irrigating : will reech'e_ prompt attention. I

pent visiting some of the Grand Army men. Mr. voters the plans for the system iu detail plants pumps pipe motor boat supplies, etc. phone :28, Cottage Avenue,
bin mother and sisters left for their DAYTONA i
Kersey was department commander of before the election. ................................ ,
\ home in Greenville the forepart of the the Grand Army of Massachusetts at ...........111.. ..
week. Mr. Eaves -- -- --
came here almost a time.
one I t
wreck in health and returned home
P. H. Watson arrived from Macon, Fire at Daytona Beach. j .....................................................
comparatively a well man. He is very jH. .
enthusiastic the climate and Ga., Monday, on a visit to his wife and D. McLaren's beautiful winter residence -
baby. who the 'intt'ritb i i !
are spending \\ Norman S.
beauty of Seabreeze. at Daytona Beach was totally i-
Mrs. Watson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Dayton
Mrs. Clara McConnell and niece, Miss T. Dunn, at Ocean Villa destroyed by fire Christmas night. I : One Sly;;i Room home[ with double porch, Electric: Lights, Telephone( :

Francis Patriquin, of Xew bury port, The fire Is supposed to have originatedfrom : Etc, corner lot, 9.>5: feet. on Hid&ewood: 250 fc-et. Good fcnu. Large :
Mrs. C. H. Voorhees of Boston Mass.
Mass. have taken one of R. T. Butler's th ,. ety; >}pten of a lamp in the
I grape vine, a numbtr of peach trees good bearerA g'Mnl home fur .
is a of Surf Crest. Plans
cottages for the season.A. guest maid's room in the upper story. A j I : Mime one. : Estimates .
Chas. Newman of crowd collected as soon as I
Vandevord laid a cement walk in one our regular large rapidly i One Five Room Cottage done !story building lot WO\< ) ;t.(1 ft, situated : ,
winter: tourists, arrived from Birmingham the fire wan known and bucket brigades : .
front of C. A. home latter .
Ballough's the on Mulberry street. A cozy little home.
Ala., last week. formed from the i
flowing i Superintendence
part of last week. were I : These! places are in Kingston, just north lor lUvt>na bond Graded : f"
The Alumni of the well and river, which were not far dis- ,
school will
public ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bestor and children : ?H hool \ Church and Postoffice near by. :
hold their annual banquet at the Seaside tant. It was found impossible to save Lumber Yard
'all write Magnolia
on cor Avenue
and friend, Miss Stevens, of Min and! F. E. P
fire .
Inn Saturday the McLaren residence, but the Ilttilvrs
neapolis, Minn., are recent arrivals, located evening I :: : Heal Estate office, 1st door south of y ;
H. T. McCLELLAN. postoffice
burning from above gave time for W. n ED'J
Mrs. Geo.Woodward .
for the and son, Stanley
In ,
Miss Ott'a new cottage I MOXDSON
the removal of much of the furnitureand : : I Marker, Daytona, Fla., Phones
season. came over from Stetson, }Friday and !' : ,Kingston or Daytona, Florida. : and residence at office, yard "-
household from
goods, particularly
will usual
as their
spend holidays at the
II. C. Buckland and wife left Saturday Seaside Inn.Holand the lower floor. Mrs. McLaren, however '! :................................................... : ,

for DeLeon Springs, where they lost most of her personal effects'and ..
will spend the holidays visiting with Nesting arrived from Ocala jewelry and other thingsdeltro'ed :siisiiiieis,.iiiiin7iiiiiiuuiiiiu'niiiiei'iiririuaiineymll '
the of among Matter of Essential = ihitY
. relatives. forepart the week and will spend Importance irWrYthktil
was a trunk containing about n'

The distressing news of the death of Christmas: with his: parents. $3,000 worth of silverware includinga .". 's to every householder sanitation and -unitary Miller

A Chaa. F. Hesser, at Cincinnati, Ohio, The ferry boat, Yankee Doodle, has handsome silver service presented to ; i equipment should receive the greatest :; i =Strohm Co.

r was received by Mrs. Hesser last Friday been doing a holiday business for the Mr. Laren by some railroad with whichhe possible attention; and when new plumbing -

morning. Mr. Hesser has been sick a past few da>s. The Christmas shoppersfrom was:: at one time connected.The is to be m"ullt'uuly a plumber of the Successors

j comparatively short time; the immediate : the peninsula are making many fire occurred at about !>:30 p, m.. highest repute, and one who keeps up with to .

cause of his death was:: a paralytic trips forth and back to satisfy the demands and before midnight nothing remained the latest improvements: should-finplov-- PECK & FOSTER. -

stroke. The state of Mrs. Hesser's : of the Christmas spirit. of the house but the foundation and fd If you have this subject under consid-

health forbade her going to him. His The Christmas decorations:: at the Seaside chimneys. The value of the buildingwas eratiun a > ousultation with the und*.rsignedwilll rzxzzssGs Family

son, Walter G. lester, of Louisville, j Inn were beautifully brightened I about $18,000 which was partially "f the greatest val'M' --c : Groceries

and daughter, Mrs. Ward MiClacahan with artificial ponsettas. A Christmas covered by insurance.Mrs. .
and her husband were with him several tree for the guests and friends:: of this H. P. Hand's residence, which DAYTONAPLUMBING ; s 1mt.'tc ?g, Grain

days before his death. Mr. Header was pleasant hostelry was on tapir for Christmas .I I was in close proximity to the burned r *- and Fancy

formerly oae of the prominent businessmen eve.Charles. house, was saved by covering the exposed t AND HEATING CO. I\I Food

of Cincinnati and as:: such was M. Wray and wife, of Shelter: surface with blankets:: and 1t't'p.I e eqrn / Phone 04 i "IT'ILAIJJ" ;IHR>tDs' Produce

highly esteemed in business circles. In Islet d Height, Long Island, X. Y Lave tog them saturated with water. "--I- H:7WWW i' .'tw.'Nn..y..y W !N Products

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: Local i It's a little late to say Merry Chautauqua W. S. Rutter, of Huntingdon, Pa.1 -- ri P.B.D Gun and .

Paragraphs.-i Christmas so we will, day Happy Meeting.The arrived Saturday for a few thus visit Lockjpmitfi.General fil-
.........................: few Year and now is the time to Board of Trade will hold a with his son, Rev D, II flutter and o ing. Trunks, valises umbrella fitimtsaw sad _
bring in that watch for repairs. parasols repaired and recovered. 'Lawnmowers
We' wish to thank onr patrons first class work done. Only meeting Monday evening next at family.C. A Word to Home Builders sf tit. repaired and sharpened, Badf,
I for 1::'.0 to consider the
their Checks
and Rubber sad
\ liberal Chautauqua: tags. stamps
j dur- P. Dwjer, of the Indian
" the patronage GEO. H. CLABK, Jeweler.J. question. All manager official seals. 223 South Beach Street
l tag past year and w'rah one and persons interested in River Hotel at Roikledge, was We take this Daytona Flo.MASONIC.
opportunity to announce that our
all a Happy New Year. H. Heaton spent Christmas securing a Chautauqua are requestedto
of The Bennett of
a guest Friday
... L. H. ROWE & Co. with his mother and sister at Jack- attend this meeting If Daytona last week. equipment caring plumbing contracts
The Jewelers. consisting of either new work or overhauling, is unequaled, LOoo!:. No. ". r, A. ic-
sonville. wants the Chautauqua a large attendance I II )feet,lit and 3rd THurwUji.
: Col. and Mrs. W. M. Shaffner Palmetto Tht'atreoDeada St., and we invite you to call and discuss the subject: with us. HALIFAX CHAPTER, >.. 5, R. A. M.Me .-
. j Mrs. W. H. at this meeting will help c*:2nd Thursday.
J epe t Christmas in Orlando. Byne left Christmas I I :' XJO ft. A Xo. 1 film and an ilIUf- : '" ORItNTALCOMMANDERY.No 9KT.:
secure it.George I The workmen in
night for our employ are and reliable
. the Isle of Pines, where competent :Meta 4UjThur d y.
; J. D. trated song all for 10 cents. Open i
Price, manager of the Hotel she will visit with and mechanics, who have LIVE OAK CHAPTER No. i, O. E. M.-
Ormond Mr. 1 Mrs B. Foote is home for the every evening Meets znd: and till Tuesdays.
\. was a Daytona visitor Mason[ installed many bathrooms AH meet la Masonic Hall, Orange aTtna

Tue&day.Wm. holidays. Attorney E. F. Oates spent Christmas !: to which we,

t! Fagan and A. H. Kimball Lollypop.Meet me at Curtis' and try a I. B. Conrad, of Glrnnood, spent with his |'arents at iVLiml) __ as well as the owners, Now is the, time

t of Last Ormond Christmas Day here.J. and returning made a business tripto I may point with no
11' were visitors in Mrs. F. J. Niver \ [ want everythingto
this! city Tuesday who has been A. 1It'lldridi.8lmt" over from .J:1t'.sOII'illt'rnlurSltw: little pride you
visiting at St. ,
..- Augustine for several Sanford to spend Christmas home. City Marshal Smith wishes to '
tBakery good, weeks returned home t The material we look bright and
strictly homemade Saturday afternoon y
;1 free every day at Mac's Cafe. .E. II Purdy came up from Miami warn parties riding biryrl'* ou the I use is the best the market -

Miss to spend Christmas with his family. sidewalks, and parents of children | !( r++ afford We call new. A little paint
f Jennie
Morrell left Saturday Elton Rich that he will in future '
returned Monday from I. doing ole> 'n- j i I attention particuIarly"to
l for Atlanta, where she will spend Elizabeth, N. J., where he has been tDon't forget our candy departnent. force the ordiname.D. .
the fact that and little varnish
the holidays with her si ter. since last and T. .F. Curtis A. Son. I ,r s we a
' spring, joined his
1 A Michael and family have I handle ,$tavdmT

Miss Marion Thompson returned Barents at Kingston. H. R. Wilberu was in the city rented! the Asa Benedict residence !'I "y -' Porcelain Enameled stain will do wonders
Saturday from Tallahassee to spend LorjT-From auto at fire Christ- from Gainesville several days this on South Riilgewood avenue for the Ware, which is so

the holidays with her parents. mas night ladies' navy blue co..t week. season, through the Norman =S. Dayton I h r J%'-i widely advertised in toward this end.

i .OnEoPATHT-1>r. J. C. Herman and pair men's shoes. Please returnto Mr. and Mrs. W. M. llankins are real estate! agency all leading magazines.

\. opposite The Gables Volusia Gardiner's Art store, reward. spending the holiday( with relativesat I We have them.
avenue, Ford Rieman, a: brother of C. S ",$taisi3i
Mrs. Wm. T. Lindsey and child- Walter Bingham, who has been Bartow. Rieman: of this city is visiting. the thirty years, and every piece bears a taadard" "Green and 1

ren, of Kingston, left Monday afterta attending school at Pinehurst, Fla., Mrs. C. J. hnonutaker\ went to latter during the Christmas: holidays I Gold" guarantee label. We have samples in our showroom Bingharn&MaleyCo.FURNITURE

,. noon to join Mr. Lindsey at Tampa. is spending the holidays here with CAeoa'l'uesday, to sjK'iid, (''hri..tints: Mr Kiemari: i is a student' in I and if )ou will call, will give you "Stavdaril IxxAlct to .
: Cot C. M.( Bingham and family. with relatives.C. law department at Mrtsou:; "l"ni\er- : study over at your home.
Winter Park Rogers Saturday came to over from Three launches for sale. Inquireof E. Gardiner made a business sit.)". t UNDERTAKING
\ spend the I -- -- -
ta holidays with his parents ou North W. A. Barker, Ormond. tf trip to Jacksonville Thursday, returning \VeimdrrstandtliatII: )D.) 1'lu- : JOE OSBORNEOrange ''' '

Beach street. Mrs. David Kanick and her father vestenlay hart has rt'utt'll| rooms in the l'e'kblock -- 1-NilleH II :;
t the hall from IIr.lIoutolltoll'ti / kl
For first class Martin Bilger left Saturday 'Attention is called to ''. F. Cni- across

Steam Laundry, phone\Vork-Daytona 8. tfT night for Miami, to spend the holi- tis & Son's fine fruit line. /: cK-nt-il ollicv, and I will II OPTICIAN.

days with members of the family at there exhibit a fine collection of I, ..................................................... U
Miss Lilian Bingham returned hat Rev. Win. Stones and wife, of paintings vvhu-h he MH-ured( in Paris, .. ..;

T home from Rollins College, Friday place. Titusville, spent Christmas herewith France, and elsewhere during the '" I I0
|New hue of cards at Monk's ;\0!!
of last week to spend the holidays post their children. summer. ( \
Souvenir Store. I'I .f'
at home. Groves.i
Major and Mrs. Abercrombie, of SavE: Tilt DxTt- Evening of : .

W. II. Parker left Christmas The dance given at the GuildHall New Smyrna, spent{ Christmas with Jan. (;Uh, greatest musical function {I<; Z; II1 I i! Eyes Examined Free.I II

night for Ft. Lauderdale, where be on Orange avenue Thursday their children in this city.J. of the season C. C. Mellor who ;i I I:j IIIi

will engage in firming. Ills family night by St. Marys choir was a 11. Johnston arrived from New has presided at the organ in many I i Ii i I At Clark's Jewelry Store. I
e ?\\, welLconducte.l affair ..
will remain here. very pleasant, York City last week and joined his recitals: in the larger cities of the I -=-t::!!!!::::::JL. iJfggg

t The Ormond express will make and largely attended. family at the (Grind Atlantic.A. north w ill open the new organ at I i -- Z. BURDICK

daily trips after Christmas. Leave |Have you ever tried Mac's whole the l'ongregationall'hun-h, assistedby I ii If want to sell
U Mulling and family, of At- you
orders at Mills' Cafe.Yolusia Ave. 2t wheat bread. It's fine. the best local talent in the city I Zz i j ji G
lanta, have rented one of J. O.llroVu' II Contractor Builder.
rt i). It is going to be a musical ft'a..t.The I ,
Miss Florence Crocker returned Word recently: received from Tallahassee houses on south Ridgewood.

; Saturday from Winter Park, where conveys the information : Don't go don the street ,wol dec-orations at The fines ,i grove list it with us at i Plans and Estimates Cheerfully -

she is teaching in Rollins College, that the Pardoning Hoard have re- ing. Have your eyes tested and Christmas I Day were very handsome I i Furnished

to spend the holidays with liar! duced the fines of Leonard Gill andJ. fitted to the So-Kasy: Mounting and and the guests and visitors. thoroughly iz, ,

- ,parents. II. Gittend from $1 1,000<) l to :f hill the wrinkles will disappear. enjoyed their ettrusiet-i 'z once. Building Cottages a '

each menu. The dining room was '
milch Neville II. Clark, ian. frs-I'
FOR SALE-Some good cows OItil|
tooned with Christmas brllsand I .Z
; and good horse, back of freight tMeet me at Curtis' and try aeDou'l Specialty.
Mrs. A. M. Rhodes and daughter,
f tables trimmed with (flowers :and C
house, will only be here a few days Lollypop. 1..
Miss Margaret, returned last: week\
fruits.! The hall and pallors' : were SEABREEZE, FLAr '
Llliss Dorothy Purdy returned forget the date. Monday ami are at home on rout Brachstreet. also beautifully dtroratnl with trailing : I Ii -- -- -

from Montgomery, Ala., Saturday, evening, Jan. Oth, the pipe organ t mistletoe and palms. i ESTATE CO. PINE WOOD
opening !at Congregational
where she has been attending the J. 11. Moore, Jr., and guests went
:FoR RI.XT-Well furnished for
Master the
Church, a at Keys, assisted -
Loretta Academy, to spend the holidays down the river Thursday in tie housekeeping, 5-room: flats :at Ridge: i.

at homil.tYansfield's. by vocal soloists o; classical launch, Ruth 1 R.: on a lurk hunting wood and Loomis avenues; $100; N............................. ..S.g....... FOR SALE

attainment. 4-room cottage ]Ill Ixx>mi.s: < 125:! ; -- -- -- -

Purity Butterine Creamery in one Butter pound and Furnished house! for rent. Apply expedition. half of house ,lO- So. Ridgewwod, :.:..............+..!!:!. ..........................< $2 and 2.50 a Strand
to Frank Spring, Ivy Lane. tf Money is scarce, but pure drugsare 7 rooms $200); 111 Fairview avenue,
blocks at Birchwood's.Mrs. eccentric; a competent registered 7 rooms aud bath, $::'OO; at S. Hey- THE D .J__ delivered, from Hutchi

E. R. Jefferson and maid, of! Mrs. J. C. Stott. and niece, Miss pharmacist handles your perscrip- mann, 2"; Orange ave., or real estate .

Montclair, N. J., arrived Saturday gala Morse, of Boston, joined Mr. tions at Young's Pharmacy.c.. agents. tf I son's Wood Yard, west of
Purity and quick' Dispatch
and are occupying one of W. B Stott at Schmidt's Hotel last week, curacy ; railroad on Magnolia aTenI -

'r, Chittenden's cottages on North where that gentleman has l been so- J. I.. Ifobbs and wife, of Jacksonville I HANAN I I

i Rid A ewood avenue for the season. journing for some weeks spent Christmas with his parents Daytona, y gsJan.l I t I ue.

Mr. and Mrs: W G llobbs, t
Hobbs has a farst-class uphol Ifjturgas btove don't work, Third I Hutchinson &<< Brittle.
avenue.Miss .
i sterer. Work promptly done. Orange drop a card to Hobbs, bill 82:!, who i -

avenue entrance, Peck block. will send an expert repairer. Work Jessie!: Riley returned Monday \ (:iaut Reflex of Crtatious ClimaxMurvclj : Z J. T. LONG
guaranteed. ..
Merrell Chittemlen arrived Friday from Arcadia and will resume ,

t., of last week from Fairbault, I The members of Oriental ColnI her position as night ox>rator in the That Citurgia luititulion '

t Minn., where he is attending -the I mandery No. 9, Knights Templar, telephone otl'u_ I I't tltlE I! CHOICf"'MfA
- the
; the held their usual observances at ISt
Shattuck School and will spend *Fur Kent: -Two-room flats for i
t holidays with his parents, Mr. anti As>lum Christmas:: morning at light housekeeping\ $
Chittenden. o'clock The program as published month; single rooms frfl cents ]IIl.rIJay ?**
, l Mrs. W. : t of All Kinds.
Gazette-News for The '
in lastVeek's was ; special rate season.

FoB SiLE-Two and three year carried out.tllessrs. Riverside, 413 I: N. (teach street' Daytona WORLD'S PROGRESSIVE SHOWS. Offers the ease of soft, pliable leathers : I will keep a choice line of Florida
old citrus nursery stock at Point Fla. t tf f .
Ferd Clark A Watton, Cottage and the of smart made 2= and .
"t Grove. Price reasonable. :I avenue, are receiving on Tuesdays J. M. Chaffer and sons, Herbeit, i s i : elegance styles; :. western meats always on hand.

Nordman proprietor. 2W of King home in for i Corner Fairview and
I and Fridays consignments are at Kingston tlg avenue Daytona -
.. internal and Mackerel and freshwater Oak permanent by the very best material :.
r J. R. Scott, colored, Spanish ducks. the holidays, the former from : S1. Phone 111)) i
from fish; also wild and the latter from -- -
officer, was in the city I Hill Chipley.The .

Jacksonville revenue the latter part of last I The various Masonic bodies of Misses Caroline and JanieCuoper I. and skilled workmanship. :: 0. S. BUR NETT, '

I week, making it warm for some of Daytona have arranged for a seriesof of Atlanta, arrived Thursday -

i the colored citizens of Midway for entertainments en the second and for a short visit with Mr. and ANTHONY BROS. !:. Tailor. .

non-payment of license. fourth Fridays of each month commencing Mrs. G. B. Seaman on south Ridgewood : I ti : Orders Taken for Royal Tailoring

Curtis' and. a with January. Masons avenuefFoR i and t
Meet me at try and their wives are imited. An admission 1 I....................................................< Cleaning, Pressing, Altering
-. RINT-Seaside cottages, completely Repairing for Ladies and Gen
Lollypop. _
fee of fifty cents couple t
per -
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and Mrs. W. B. Webb from furnished from 2 to 11 ............... .................................... ; tlemcn. We call for and
Mr. will be charged."For .
rooms, latter suitable for boarding deliver all goods.
near Butte, Mont., were located at house, toilets, some electric lighted. \\'mtrr charters: anti Huin Utlice t"n- : t LII x' I
Furnished room Cottage ,
f The Cleveland last week by W. 11. Rent Inquire Cherokee cottage, opposite I rat sty PailMacon.t: and !
Ridgewood Phone No. 32.
Edmondson: of the Norman S. I Ha-I residence, corner I wind mill on board walk. Seabreeze i is in every sense--Size, c>ualiiv awl :: : I -- --
P. H.: Bennett tf JAMES RIX Manager.
L Mrs. D. Orange tf t Variety u Great; Show : i
real estate agency. :
ton ,
: rrUf:" > Surreys Phaotoni. Top "UKI!! 1>
Hampton, who spent last winter I AGeorge letter to the Gazette-News from The Christmas!: service at St. I and Hul.tr Tlrr. Uunaliout t ..1
of The Cleve- W. Wells, of Soutbridge, I 100 Brand New Slinter Features. :. Uti>. meet all!) train Baggage llaul- .
a guest attended
is again Church
here, Marys was .
100 Finest Bred Horses ever exhibited :: arrlage! PaIutHl! >upln eonneruonshone ,
land. : Mass., who recently purchased the The choir were in vestments for the I SO Performers-male and female. .. ia::> ,..
f G. W. Waggoner, Homeopathic Helen Wilraans-Post place at Sea- first time and their singing showedthe I 25 Diminutive Shetland Ponies. ....... ...... ..1 N.............................. .

Dr.physician and surgeon will be breeze, states that himself and I efficient training of their in-I 30 Illustrious Mu&kians.hole ......................................... ............. h t

at his residence on PalmettoIdeated family expect to arrive after New structor, F E. Sheppard. The : R. D. TAYLOR Electrical Contractor ..
south of Con re- \\ Droves and of Marvellously
doors Wells has made I Troupes .
three Mr. a nurnl
+ avenue tf Years. by EnJers P.aand Raymond Green I
.r gational church about Dec. 10th. her l of improvements to the place, were especially attractive. The l.ducateJ: !. Ilou:'e Wiring a Specialty.l, ...

}Jr. Jacob Schneider, of Philadelphia and is looking forward to enjoying muic will be repeated tomorrow. Elephants, Ponies, Dogs, : Dealer in Ell'tw at Supplies of All Kinds Fixtures: MiaJea.i An Iron that irons.- A luxury to

.J an old time friend of Geo. IL his stay. lIe is an enthusiastic Rieman, Vegetable Land Specialist Horses, Lions, Bears, Lamps: No Orange :avenue DAYTONA ILA.i women

Ludwig arrived Christmas Day to motorist and will bring a car with can show you land that will ....................................................: ( Saves :{"t per tent of time and 75
Dr. liim. Monkeys and Birds. : cent of ful. ,
in Daytona.
U the season I raise :3 crops a year and earn -$1UUO -- per
1' spend Philadelphia ************************** **************************: ''
Schneider is president of the intimate knowledge of the per acre annually: has demonstrating Ask your neighbor or
fire Brick Co. His family building tAn interests of this locality farm to prove it and show you International C'ongie o of jj Cabinet and Repair Shop }* W. II. EDMON DSON.
I I how. tf -
and they It --
few days will anoyances, and Clowns and I'antomimUts
will arrive in a save you many ..
See RIEMAN The Real Estate Man : -
Ludwi home on extra costs. Let us advise Furniture Repairing Mattresses Repaired: and made to order We
will occupy the perhaps j i I Palmetto Building back of postoffice.( TUB FINESTBATHS ,
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with It costs you nothing. handle the celebrated Ostermoor Mattress and solicit v>uiTtler :
you. ,
Performances Daily
a Complete
Ridgewood. Norman S. Dayton, Davtona. I I E. M Holmau recently found a : for ttr-st-class: work. Orange ave ent I'ec.k Ilk
reduced prices, at 2 and & p. m. : W. G. HOBBS. t / \
? "fUR! nE t-At fur- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Murphy, of I I bicycle in the woods at Holly Hill .. ,
eight room, modern,Ridgewood.improved J. New York City, have been the :i which proved to be the property of Doors open i hour earlier. ..tvt..aw...-.........- +sa.+rw ... ta..s.- +rx..sr...........; ON EARTH .'

dished G. BKOW cottages, 113 S.on]ridge wood. tf guests of Schmidt's Hotel the past i iY.I G. Nash from whom it was . . . . : FUR MEN AND WOMEN 25cl;

week. Joseph Murphy, the actor, stolen three weeks }before. It haJ FREE At 11 a m. on the :show ;, vl I WATERt
ster- I Grounds. plethora ol Free LILY
For Sale cheap-Enterprise character in "Kerry been taken from Mr. Nash's!: front: a Daytona Ice Company ..
worth miles t'
rival light, (very in his great Exhibition*, walking t.> &ee l W t r f r TaW f
wpticou with sun is known' to almost everyman porch on North Beach street early I
Gow, .
\\orld ,
fine) 80 views Around the lectures;, woman and child in the United in the evening." The front wheel Come All Free.Don't : : PURE ICE LIGHT/
rEarly. .
Passion Play; thief .
GO views complete for States, lie has appeared in this had been wrecked by the I Made from Distilled Water. /

screen and everything nightly for.over, thirty years which had evidently! caused; him to Factory corner llailrcad: and Volusia avenue :
eaterta'nment. A. W. Fielder, NewV tf play and his reputation is world wide. discard it. Miss .It. 1 . . . . 1 > .
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Daylight Tides on Daytona Beach. Palmetto dub Meeting. I r t. Eh1PLATINd ;.c.

If YeJM the BEST ORANGEIYtAPS Ask for Low. High.; A highly interesting progranr;: at the : WHEN YOU ARE cONT A-. -

Jan 1........_.._._.11:10 4:45 I last Thursday afternoon session called : Galvanized Iron Tank a new Tin Roof, a He- ';. u't ,

Jan :....__._. _.12:01 5-10: out the usual large: attendance of mem getting; complete fodeiii'! 'II

i JaIl 3...._...____1247: 7:00: bers and visitors. : or' any of the other metal necessities required to .

Jan .............._.___... 1:4.; 7:50 The program opened with a brilliant :

: UWTEttO Jan 5............_._....._. 2:37 8:45: piano solo. Tremolo Etude-Gottschalk, I dwelling, remember that "

Jan 6..._...... 3'30 9;31 by Miss Emily Perkins, followed by a :
t t1 rx ; 1ntt -t *!'+ + Ftgt*6'niR* !1'GL1ElatiN., I Jan 7.............__......4'0: 10:30: vocal solo Mona-Stephen Adams, by : a SON '
n t.wtKzLtrR -* + crlao .1 R5tta. t/ It :ener/ / 8 I c. NASH
.r R'Rtf3ta. rOvn.al--rsf.n-tA4 S1y L t4'O ',t,+ ala'a ak < 3 >K I Jan S........__ .5:11: 11:25 Fred Shepperd aceompanied by Miss .
r Ittl'-al1I = Q If ttaitt ( ek .1
R n' i: a N h f tr.i a L R R ,n a. r a a : llNwAa I Jan 9...........__.._ 6:0. 11-15 Willaume. Mr. Shepperd has a clear DAYTONA. FLA.
r a s c v f I tY ; ht : k : nets : K 1 iaac N
k tt 1. t .-Kttstt. / nt ar l: Rne Jan 10...........__ ;:01 12:45 cultured voice and the audience ext I fair ?"<**.
c. ]( ( W ) service at
;: l.. f- ii' GNU A r' R A t t .1 e rt f ,plct Jan 11...... ....:..._._.. ;:5.} 1:20 pressed their hearty appreciation of are Lest ,! to give; prompt and) reliable"a
It ,q f7Ik 2A W' i 4. n xlr f- : tli prepare}
i 42K 4 r w0altltt4ix + SRhRRAeJIta Jan 12 ...........__. 8)1 2:10 both musical numbers. : next to the Annory
O / 4 ti. AIi + AU a '1 atCt I Avenue,
% tit tr ael t /: .o E a Jan 13............._.._.... 9.w: 3:15: I The literary program consisted of a' General repair shop. on 1 ofIIsli I solicited. i
r a. +tk1R. tnr p silt Tt n ae
a ,' ._eA1O tGt + >rIe a t + NS.. in IRt ..tiowt Jan U. .........._.__.10:35: 4:011: debate on the pertinent question: He-I.j ?, Out of town work
it .tf e r oe-4ttttll..ttt ta + e ttR I 1 r
r w aI-t/ K r tv 'A 3 t i tt ,e i / a +l I lc q Jan ])............_._11:16 ..:55 solved, That the New Immigration isj I : of .. ....... ;
r ta4- 1.!. 1 7 Y )- fit.a, .1L r, a r, aa t 4 R r 4' t! e I + $'J c t: 1 r. '$ S r Jan 10............_._12:15: 5:40: Dangerous to the Country. Mrs. B. H. i *.... .......................... ..... ..

l I' Jan 17............_....._12:55 6:41': Shaw of Ormond !ed the affirmative. .<....o5.M...................N................ i

>R : 1Mte ,, .= At saf dR Jan 18..........__ ... 1:2S 7:30 In brief outlines she took the position I I j *
R Qktf R .U. I Q U t 1 CO.
r too- o t I! = a fa.t !ff l ri'N'tIR / / tl Rtl a a;, Jan 19 ............_ _._... 2:01: S.ji : ) that the new immigration now being : ELLA DE VOY i

i 't a/ it tG n a e r 1e T ai i Jan :20.:! .......... 22.5 3:35: dumped upon our shores' were not ofj I .

1I trs1 Jan 21..........._... 3:10: : the home-making productive kind. I : HATTERS i
S 'x : LADIES'
I [1 eI N It Fm a i ps n is etas. Jan Z!............_..._ 3:4'9: 9)0 They come from the east and southeastern ifl .
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r I i i y, +q n t tlaualcl t Irv ,, +a R f Ilg r I Jan :23.:! ..........._...... 4:25 10:31: Europe consisting of Russians, i, Correct In. tyles. Personal attention to :. i

4 Fit a.arte4t .itit.'a Jan 21...... .....__... 3:10: 11:20 Hungarians, Slav Italians etc., and the !! Xu Ii South toach; 1,tlWt, 08J'ton&. .......
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A tet +).l 1 R i')} X ilt e +i R_ !s t a +:.fiet.4+t N kc h'e t i"x. \ M t I Jan 2.i.: ......_ __...... 6'00 11:45 best classes of these countries were not : *'.......................................

G ( C M N iIi r. r,c t:, Sire .4 s l J 1 11t Itid dt Tr.d. Norte I Jan 26.::! .._.._.._.._. 6:30 12:15i represented, but rather those who left i ,."
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I R a 1t atTtit ao iiot.I a t w i Jan 21.........___ 7J.j 1:15 their country for their country's good. a'i_

I Jan :23.:! .....__.__.._ 8-15 2:20I : The naturalization laws made the time .

Cfte Best and most economical I to Use I Jan :29:! ...............__........ 9:50 3:2. for becoming a citizen too short for the

I Jan 30............................ 10:50: ..:23 moral and political liberties it conferred San Mateo Cigars :

{ LOOK FOR THE LABEL-THE JAPANESE GIRL IN oerk i Jars. ............................. :50 3:20Forenuon : "They' came here," she said, "t<> better s-

I and afternoon tides are approximately their condition, but what of our condition i-
FOR SALE BYR. at the same hour. Auto- :?" Mrs. Shaw made many telling
mobiles can be driven on the beach two
I hours after high tide and witltwoi point: and quoted many statistics to Have MadeReputation
A. UREKA[: & CO. DeLand i hours of high tid<*. sustain her argument.
S. MALEY\ Daytona, IJ. Mrs J. 1'. Esch led the D"aativeith: t

.p !l eWhat is Lily Water? Call ''at a strong and logical argument. She
IRELAND & ;McCALL I New l'rna. the electric light plant. quoted statistics t<, prove the wealth A of

I brought into the country by the .
; -- new immigration; of their productiveness I s
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per capita numerically. s>he.
:; Fronting on the El.etiie: Lightaa.t: 4 said that land was not wealth, and was : Their Own.
t Halifax River. Mthhrulmprtnemiehts.. : THE HOWARD \ i
: only made a condition of wealth by the
4 labor of She cited in
1 man. proof that j
1f All Modern New Dining Room Added was worth nothing to the civilIzed -
: Improvements. : J America t The; success: of the San Mateo Cigar is one ofthe 3r
f 'i I HOTEL i; .. Cuisine Unexcelled world at the time Columbus i:

# | The Howard has large parlors broad ,verandas :j-pacious lawns; is brought over the firthiploads of greatest: industrial: triumphs of the East Coast
; t Formerly S hmidt's \ illa.hEJSRY : migranLs. :She defended the recent im-I r
: i centrally located a few rods from the H.ilifax River on V"lu ia *
migration law, Allowed how the since the freee.y.ule .
i : SCHMIDT &: SON, Proprietors : +! avenue the main thoroughfare from the depot; the minute walk : 4
r +: tn 1'osti-lice( storey etc. Is fir!-tclas and homelike. : was well guarded against the feebleminded -
[ DAYTONA:' FLORIDA. : 1 ItI : and the bodily diseased and I r frum the choicest growths of tobacco that .the peninsula

ti 1 I Prices Ue.u: onable peciallates by the Month or Season : that a not able to prove themselves of Florida and the ]Island 1 of Cuba can produce and wrap-
t supporting, and said that of IC-I
.fr {I many r \pill\ with the rich, silky leaf grown on East Coast plantations
Fine Home Table public benefactors of our had
Delightful JOHN country
Reasonable Rates Sunny Uoouis J : Proprietor. :* Dames that indicated their foreign par- I r the cigar industry of the world has never produced better goods.
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f c " " ,....... /N.NNYYJRktY.Ya 1 1t" [************.***.**..**.**.**.********.***.****+.*.*. entage. Mrs. Llsch is a suave and pursua.she For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and b). the Union
speaker] and made a very pleas-
>trirR****AAAAAAAM4*it***I********************,kk*********_ ant impression upon her listeners.: : News Cujnpany on every train entering Florida.
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i .PINES" Accomodates Fifty. : ; The further discussion of the question I Twenty sizes, styles and grades to select from. k
I "THE NEW HOUSE. : THE BENNETT was carried on from the Moor by the following
. All Convenl ... r
Mf club members: Mrs. J. II. liver
quoting trout the Tribune said, "Fifteen I
;. :.. Rates: $2.50 Per Day and r 1'. Special l"y Month[ **. :Stuated; l on that celebrated thoroughfare. Kidgewood: Avenue J Jh thousand foreigners left the city t>tFitUburg 1 p. ;tuml Uy

A .- An attractive houat with large and airy rrx'in*, hot and cold water through tinbouse ,- rF F E'IUiIJIKith( | | all modern improvement. I'ooinsui suite with -If during the month of .. SAN MATZO
: sulphur or wit water lths eifctrlc lights, furnace heat and tvK-ptmn. her for their homes in Russia ; S. W. ROWLEY
Borne( les.antfeatureof-TGE Flues" are In wide verandas and Its Root: f and without baths. .\white help: Gentlemen'sinokiug. and # xu\em-I i'LORIDAtlL
: as eJ enaffordtngaanevle l .. "The Plnei'MstltuatedouHoulb KIdgewoKt. the hlghr.t avenue In l'rgtoua. ,t 1 r< .idinj r!ii>- adjoin the handsome un parlor and spacl.ols.1! ee.
t ,-. Room*single or en suite,with or without prhat. luttb. in lash and 1 letters of credit. Mrs. Graham IIL ,
t i It t L 1 tlulI,.lll l
t J Open from December 1 to May I.r I. J Jf Thomjteou said, "To quote from II I
., ._ OPEN rttcxn :Noii5iR: I i5 10) .'\:\Y i.MRg i. I K Hinry[ Ward lieeeher comparing our i t
I .
.. 'f L'erma Application country Uv.the lion 'When the lion cats j
,..B, .I1I. Proprietress. H 1
sfiY. I : an ox, the <>\ be-comes a lion not the

i 338 South R.ldgcwood Avenue c DAYTONA, FLA. Jf 'J| ALBERT BENNETT, Proprietor. ]: lion an ox.' Foreigners consult their own Norman S. DaytonREAL
I : interest in
1' .' ",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,<,.. ..... ...M>......jMMMMMMMMMt.......: 14444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444NN coming to our eouhtry nut
t I < ours; and the proposition that confronts

MM1 .............NM.ii us H that the lion is having this foreign ESTATE.Care

1 :Magnolia Avenue, I,:... ..*.*..N NN N..NN..N NN.*.*NN..NNN 4 element thrust down his throat without .
THE CLEVELAND / .. ... consulting him as to time, quantity urttu1lity
Opposite Postoffice >. Hp<-\ alii ill year Newly I KurnUli.-d K: o IlentN rtlifrn Tal ltI ,
It i i T,'rnii S; to |l I".r 1Iet.k. and the only alternative-digest i. 1
of pi< |HTty. 1st door south of pohtoffic-e. W. II. ED-
S. B. GREEN, Proprietor. . i'. :MRS. ELLA II. GLENN: 1'roprittrrs > or die." Mrs. Dwight K. Stillmau
1r The Glenn' 315 X. Beach St., Daytona, H.i.I thought the foreigner a problemwhich MOXDSOX: Man.i fr, Daytona, Fla. Plans, Estimates and

House. New Furniture. Steam Heat. Sanitary Plumb. I'I'Xew 1,f should be handl with wisdom and SnjH'riiiteihlcncc., Lumber yard, Magnolia} Avenue andF.
ing. Gas Lighted. Everything Up-to-Date. I Irooms Centrally Located Facing the Halifax Kher.
''. leniency. Mrs. T. T. Marsh said briefly E. C. IJailnay. Hionrs at office, yard and residence.
Only. 1 louse Now Open for 1907-Os. .. .? t With Boating and Fishing almost at the Door. I I that a good deal had been said about

NN..................tNNNNNNN.......NNNI the money the foreigners were takingout

CENTRAL AUTO GARAGE. .. 1 of the country, but what about they ...................................................

**************************************************** money the women of the United States I : UllJlhbc" ht year' Our rrlf are
Right-Machinery the Irish :
S I were taking to Europe jearly :Mrs. J.
Charging Plant. Cars Stored. Gasoline, Batteries, Cylinder OilsRepairing II'll TMP CORNER: VOLUSIA AND: : PORTABLE
It. l> if the Immigration
I !l IflUKvJAlN, PAL mno A\ENIIS.: J ownmg thought new i
k were an evil, then out of every I : ,- !},, SAW MILL OUTFITS .
Promptly Attended To. I ? An i Ii'gani now hou with Steam Heat Klcctric Lights. Bath Sanitary evil ('Owe..orne good. Miss Potter .. 'L .
H rhiiubiiig! 1'1 'asant :Surroundings: .tc. Within three minutes walk ut tile Jk I the beat on cartu. Engines .
.................................................ee tit-pot| |"nU <'c, Stores and thunhes. One M.*.k from ferry and Hittrf thought, speaking from a New Eng- : "' v and Boilers aid all kinds of :
I londer's |point of ,'iew. that the Italian 1) wood working machinery and :

....*. f r fc AIRS. B. I P. SMITH, Proprietress. immigrant did an immense amount of : mill supplies. We carry a : .:.... .
r..Th.i-L;;;; n J good doing work that the native born i large stock and can make. '
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.11 a aahtt1r+1444i4wxaF4444It frfl flllliil+f44MM4444 1tt Immediate\ shipment.U :
Inn American despised. :Mrs. Rosen I. :
I, .... .................t..." '.."" ""' '''.'. MiIIman, summing up the matter in her I' rue today for our illustrated catalogueVe can & eoumonpy. i
h ; Complete line carried in stock
Enlarged and Improved j quaint, intcrcstingay, said, "If I were Address all letters to .
< Bond Lumber Company the father of the race working for the : A1ALSBY\ COMPANY FOU1t11 5tnet.
< betterment of nil, I would mix them.' ............. ....... :
With Increased Facilities in Departments will he able in still II;' .!/ MAMhACTLKLKS OFRoLjcItI Mrs. Shaw was then given an opportunity ............N............

larger degree to please and those who desire refined :'
satisfy i MM AND DRESSED for answering: the arguments\: advanced t

elegance as well as All Comforts: and Conveniences ; !: : "u vote was taken, the affirmative rcceiv- FULL QUA IEAe .
Open from November to May. .r.. : I : ; mg t\\ent--ix and the iieg.utveiwi.nty ,, FULL
I Lath Shingles Flooring, Ceiling Brivlc, Lime'mwl three votes.The i umaflMsaSJiaasS 41 I
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WAI. W. FOLTZ, Lessee. .l ?: an(1 Lt'lUellt' :In.OlOClC. oases Railway ana and Yards UrangetJlUl": KrtHoa** poem program, "Broth was*.rhood"closed with read a by beautiful Mrs.. 11YL?

; : :\111.1.4 -Ik.nd :Mill. ,Atlantic\' "tI.lueRS..III)mllf:ssoulb of Jacluontlllio.t W. C. Smith.Mrs. .
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Kalaraazuo.cn Hmncb of the K Kr
t MiufprU 'jf: PREPAID
Weaver, the president. then anuounccd "
.........,.........1.1NN ... 4..........a......... I :t Phone 83 R. J. MALBY Manager. that Traveling Gallery of

: .f! ..........NN...N........N..N...NNNN.N.N the art department would be exhibitedhere S. $20? 4
: = from cember :W to January ,.1rd.I I III
: 'lllfllfllclllliiiinflllltlllllfftlHIICItllllffltlfllllllll.f 'llllflll'llllffll'llll'l'lll'"!"!"' ;' j Mrs. Greene and Mrs. Chittcnden were

: A. U. .BKIUE F. N.CONK: AD I I the plca.-anl: hostesses of the afternoon. IIs.IUD
DAYTONA I: President C.,h e r -: --- -- ---- Id ;
FLORIDA I :r.: :Notice to I'Qn'Resident. I

I I! BANK :; In Circuit Court, seventh Judn lal l t'ir- ((1 (i .
"The Favorite." Steam Heat t I MERCHANTS 3E 1 cuit of, in Florida, in and for \"<;InMaCounty y pusetilatl\, J DfllVLR eD fOil

= Brin-b \olu.i. County bank Chancery. eK S.8HIM5C
Open for the Season 1907-08 under management of \ :: '.Pt'rsonal':1Iitaltod., :;Liability. .... .....$ I 100,1100 GCI.III.I.I I i :::: Catherine t s.Augustus .F.E. :'tllIJpf Sthopf !ITi I JICKSWVllt 51SMWBWSTj fl* r $ I2<<19CHAS. j'

:1 :; Augustus F. :'ehvJf.i .
\ L. JWAITE\ Owner and I :: Transacts a leneral Banking; Business. You are hereby required to appear to
Proprietor. il :: =.= the Bill of Complaint filled herein BLUl'C01'P, \ ANY

t. :1 i1 IUT rent. Interest Compounded Quarterly Paid on : against you in the above entitled.. cause '' \t.K.\n I-\IWTBRK\\IXQ CO t

{ .................................................. :; vu. or before the 3rd day f til'ruai>. Blue bb
I Beer
-! : I Savings Aeeouuts. }r.: V D. 11XKThe \Daytona Gazitte-Xcw-i-hereby, on and Lewis 66 Whiskey )
S nd tor Prs Lt.t 1
; safety Deposit Boxes for IteiifJ :: designated; : as the newspaper in which _. l

i ........... .. .. M this order shall be published. "nt.a ...................... .... WK80.NVILLE.ygi
I Hotel .....
City ........ .I.I.m.. .u..unu... ..n....YMNINM...uruir.NM. ..u. ..uiu.,.1'rkr.MMtf14'lluukNN1,4 i week for four consecutive: wetkxI -=--
I Witness my hand and seal of "ffj.:!
........ ............................................. I this 20th day of lH.cen.ber, A. D. t'JOTi i / \ MAILLO'R'YLINES :
i i SAM'L: I D. JORDAN. O k a
I OPEN All THE YEAR .. ItHlUO: \ i i Hv H. I'. \ML1.N. iKputj n'rkHT"XGEHAL1
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: i u \ lusiatuinalioii "( ihitru- : i i Solicitor for Complainant. ht V
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,. ;i :Notice to :Non'Resident. :
LLUTR1C15LLINHot: :: s : : l (from thi- hop hows hot squatty SPECIAL PASSENGER.EXPRESS
: and Cold Bat : < and honorably wi transact our : I j: In iinuit Court, Seventh: .luan ..n/ .
( Circuit of Honda, in and for \Iw'la,
Talt! 1-irst-U.-. I bubinc.Lkctrical repairs re- : County. In Chancery. STEAMSHIPS.
I : -I 'ent' special attention. Those lohn licdgem.411vs t.aruestand mast thu: u.I.I.I; ) "'llJ J IJt't s1 I.a./I'nger lteaoillb'"IIIl4t. 1
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L 5, GEO. H. MATTHEWS CUt : : .\I B )'O,
_. : [over engaging u* that our workmanship To Julia lfedgeman i ImportantT.nltOmIS ITIA'ELYGUAR.AN TEEll -
... PROPRIETOR.AAAAAAAAAAA : ; will be the bttDaytona : I You are hereby required to ipx-.ir| to ,, Ih. nuutr', of brth,, the /1" n/, tkda will be I
the Kill of ComjJoInt. filed herm or Muniapuiltj of Dining Halitoexceed
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i suing all + ,
c4 against you in the above entitled eau.-von pa .rllCcr iOthj.lIal..ni."e and atU-ntion 4I
or before the 3"d of t I'lN:;:'BNGEKS U\: F: JUK>U.\\ILLK
i *************** ************************** : Electric Co. : .\. D., 190'. February. fOW."hedul.: :; .! of.hips In nor\lla: Tnnea-Lnion EVER TIlU DAY.Lu1tiT .

l : r-. fn : Datona Oazttte-Xeaa hereby I : R.\TES TO XEW YOlU': A\D.tLL) ') .
THE MAGNOLIA ---- !:t.} south Beach Street IDdu POINTS OUTH" iF.tMOra
+ : --r I designated as the newspaper in \\ Iii LtliL D.ty'LIGIIT! S.tlLthrou
I -- gh theThrough
........................ .- --- .. _--- ----- order shall be publisher: J oiifawc<.k J-....\ I I'!1.\X DS. ]
RIDOEWOOD A\ENL'E.: I\\TO.NA. FLORIDA. : ... ......................... for four sold
I eon.secutiveeeks. tIt'kt'.tl'. to Northern points. For
: Larjesunny rooms Cuisine cxtcllent Eloaru' lights, Furnace ll> at : Witness my hand and seal of ohY e rrgardinkattrm tiuae" off.rrd by nil other line; N and all modern conveniences. this Ith day of Iectnilier, .\. U.. 1 1907. tld"t't" etr., apply to relenatioDI!,

MRS.\ CELESTE HINKS, Proprietress. :: Fine Job Printing at t Gazette-News\ office SAM Hy K.'L.I'.V.II JORDAN.\MLIX.r Clerk I F. M. IRONMONGER. Jr. 122: Welt Bay stree t."S
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