The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1908
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
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Preceded by: Gazette-news (Daytona, Fla.)

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: Don't Fail to See the :: i f COMMENTS- OF THE STATE PRESS !
.1 i BARNES the Novelty Man i .1

Continuous Moving Pictures i !; ON THE PICTORIAL EDITION. | .

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: Peck Block foot of South Bridge. S: Among the publications arriving at edition in magazine form. It contained Gazette-New is one of handsomest .:.

Pictures changed Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays. : the Record office during the past weekis 68 pages, all filled with instructive reading papers of toe kind we ever saw. It : Especially Stationery Fishing Tackle, Crockery, =

- : See live Alligator in window. : the pictorial edition of ihe Daytona lovely scenes in Ormond and Day- ought tube in,.the hands of everyone : Glassware Fancy Confectionery Souvenir PostCards :

I : : Gazette-Xews. Many of the State pa- tona and along the famed Halifax river, who wants to know: -anything of the : Talking Machines Dolls, Toys and Notions. :
pers have highly complimented the and splendid advertisements. We congratulate East Coast.-DeFuniak Springs Breeze. .
Admission 1 10 cents.
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: : edition and every word of praise bestowed Editor Fitzgerald.-Chipley KKK L BARNES :

1...........I.I/IIIII/ISuII11/1.1....I.I.I.I.I.I.I... on it has been earned. It is a Banner. We are in receipt of the Pictorial Edi- ,
most creditable and successful effortto KKK tion of the Daytona Gazette-News containing : -
: Will also frame your }Pictures! sharpen your Saws, :
.. 1U4.. .....N .NN..N.. N exploit the beautiful city of Daytonaand The pictorial edition of the Daytona sixty-eight pages beautifully illustrated Knives Scissors, Lawn Mowers Etc., and will : j
the many charming sputa in that Gazette-New la a handsome affair and and full of good reading and
!f i. : 1 vicinity. This is a sixty-eight page number contains sixty-eight pages of reading high JtdvertiserntnU. Editor : repair almost anything that is out of whack. : '1

THE CHAS. E. GARDINER CO. printed on high-grade book paper i matter, illustrations of Daytona and advertisements _.r..u....&has our thanks for same.Macrlenny .- j

and profusely illustrated from photosof of hustling bu.inWBIn"of Standard. In Fact, for Any Want, Remember !

: the !lovely homes hotels business that town. Editor Fitzgerald is to be aeaeae .. y

houses, ocean resorts and in fact all congratulated on his success.. -Fort The Pictorial edition the (laze
1 places of interest. It is not surpris- Pierre News. News., BARNES
} Dry Goods. ing that a very large edition i is almost KKK The publication of this edition shows : # .

exhausted for the special number iswell The Daytona Gazette-Naws issued avery enterprise and should prove a valuable : ..t THE NOVELTY MAN. i: -
: worth the price, :25 cents to the handsome Pictorial Edition in advertisement for Daytona. The half- .

.. purchaser and is a very valuable ad- i I magazine form. This is one of the : 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. : 1
t Phone 102, Anthony Block, vertising medium for both the city in most artistic efforts we have seen. The MateoVe
A : general and the individual advertisersin I cover page contains a photographic USII.I...........1.I.I.I!1 I.I.I.....I.1.I.IUiHlf.;
r particular. It is gratifying to note ,"Glimpse of the Famous Daytona copy of the pictorial edition Vfrthe Daytona ]

I DAYTONA FLORIDA. : that the business houses of Daytonaand Beach," and the view is a very attrac- Gazette-News which in opinion ''oj
t : vicinity appreciate[ the value of tive one. Editor Fitzgerald should be is the handsomest piece of illustrated Ji J

4444444.....+..+.+..+.....++....+.......+.+...+....+: space in this number and are generously proud of his accomplishment. Altogether typographical work we have ever seen. i
represented in its pages. It Is up to we think the people of Florida in the State of Florida. It is printed on '

..III.ISI.I.................I.I...........ii.I.II.I. St. Augustine to show the same enter- have reason to be proud of their news- the best of paper, has sixty-eight pages Norman S. Dayton ;
prising spirit if a lengthier and busier papers and particularly of their special profusely: filled with splendid cuts most .
season is desired.-St.Augustine RecordKKK holiday editions of the present season. excellently brought; wut. Editor Fitzgerald
has given to the public an advertisement '.
-Pensacola Journal.
; Groceries i of his locality which deserves
.4 The Daytona Gaztte-News did itself KKK the best of results and tie should have .
proud in issuing a souvenir pictorial The pictorial edition of the Daytona suet-ess.-Gainesville Elevator: LUMBER. ,.,

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x ........................N............N..........N 1.* ....................... Yard Magnolia Avenue and F. E. C. Railway. Also .
i U : | ENDURANCE RUN FROM i iI Plans, Estimates and Superintendence. Real Estate office ,

hot door 'hofP.; O.> W. H. EDMONDSOX, Manager,

i. That's My Business. !- I JACKSONVILLE TO MIAMI I| Daytona; Florida. Phones at office yard and residence

: I take pleasure in railing for jour order) and : iN.i1.*...........+....NNNNt11! .........Nt1NNtNN..4 S........10..eS....Ii1.i i
: delivering promptly what want. Sly' stol'k
yuu : What will be the most severe and interesting -'tolerable shape in the neighborhood of mond, Hockledge, Ft. Pierce and Palm
= is always fresh and fine and your trade! will : road run ever given in this Ormond. Mr. White is a winter resident -I I Beach and drivers will) not be allowed

I : l he highly appreciated and well taken) care of : county will be that in Florida in February -I,. of Florida and is particularly j,I to start before six o'clock in the morn- :.........*.......*.........++4...*.**4A.+44+..44+4 1
:: : Phone me your wants. : the exact date of which has not yet anxious to see a road built from Jacksonville ing. The rules for this Club run,(which .
- been settled. It will Im in reality a to Miami, or a road so improvedthat I will l he of a national character) are

Club run of the most severe type notwithstanding automobilists can drive the entire l I summed up in four words by the representative CONRAD GROCERY CO.Siuvessor'to i

i S. CARROLL that the distances for cacti length of the peninsula I I of the Florida East:: Coast Automobile .

day's run seem short. The run from The second day's run will be to Hocks Association in New York and .
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Jacksonville to Miami 31>6 miles and ledge, 175 miles from Jacksonville total I those are "Start and &get there," and : ( K. T. Conrad & Co.) !
The North Beach st. Grocer. : under the auspices and direction of the mileage of 71 miles for the day. Half that is about all that w ill be required .
f Florida East: Coast Automobile Association of the distance, however, is very rough, with the exception of the controls made 2

Telephone No. 19. :. the president of which. Major A. going over a trail merely showing the both for the comfort and safety of all. : Carry a Full and Complete :
li. Foster i i.< taking a great interest! in it, way. The third day'a run will be from About fifty members of the Florida

.u.......1 titi............*.....................*.... aa are the directors uf the association.' : Itotkledge to Ft. Pierce 342 miles or I East Coast Automobile Associationhave i i iI
I Line of Plain and Fancy
---------- Major Foster will start the run from 67 miles for the day. The day's run their cars with them at Daytonaand

,i I': A Matter of Essential Importance they and Hogan streets, Jacksonville, will be through a barren waste, and I, other points, and it is expected that
and will welcome the drivers at St. some creeks will have to be forded and they will make quite a few entres for
,/i to every hoUM-holder, sanitation and sanitary Augustine, on the first leg of their jour possibly. little bridgework built but the run. Any kind of automobile is I
S equipment should receive the greatest ney. From that point President Foster the commissioners of the county will'I eligible, and among J he first entries were I GROCERIESj I '

t ;N I possible attention; and when new Plumi ))- will go to Daytona either by automobileor give a hand in making the road passableby :I two from Hutto & Co., Jacksonville,

ing is to be installed only a plumber of the train and arrange a reception: to the the time of the run. The fourth. : who enter two single cylinder Detroit
highest rtpute, and one who keeps up with sand pluggers at the beautiful home of day'a run will be a ctemwinder and the 'I machines. One uf the drivers of the :

L the latest improvements, should employ- the Florida East Coast Automobile Association "itand-crabs," as the prospective drivers latter machines is a native Florida i CLOVER'HILL BUTTER. .f

('d. If you have this subject under consideration on the famous Ormoud-Day- have already been dubbed will have a "cracker"' who knows his way throughthe I :
4" a consultation with the undersigned tons Beach. day of strenuous_ work, as the_ going between woods, and he is expected to make
will l II e of the greatest value.D4rTONa The start will be made early in the *r't. Pierce and Palm Beach" u saidto the running for the rest, although the
I The Conrad Grocery Company f fE.
morning and the drivers will, make a be something awful, even no trail in road will be well defined by a pathfinderwho i
Alcazar St. and connections will Lave will In about two weeks' time
control at the Augustine, some places, go : T Conrad & Co's. old stand.
and there take lunch and be clerked by to be made with sundry turpentineroads over the road with pencil camera, and .
PLUMBING AND the Mayor of the City, Post st.erlba, cut out by big wheel turpentine layout the course. Th controls may be :......+.........+....++..+...444.++N.+.+++........+

,\ Phone 64 John Anderson and other prominent carts. Speaking of these roads, it will slightly altered, if this investigationshows

citizens. From that point the drivers be well for all drivers to use CO-inch that to be necessary. The end of ....................................................
will hit the Kings Highway; for Ormond. tread in order to follow the turpentinecarts the run will be at the Royal Palm

N..NNNNN........ ........................INr The distance from Jacksonville to St. and not the regulation 56-inch where Hon. John Sew all. Joseph P. I I
Transfer & Stable
Augustine is 3? mile, and the total distance tread as it will be much easier going if Greaves and other prominent citizen Daytona Livery .
,:?. Ask. for the Bread for the day to Ormond will be 104 they can follow the ruts made by the will check the surv'ivora. I j

miles. turpentine carts and sundry other vehicles No secret is made of the fart that the
C. E. Proprietor ,
.. with the stamp ofpiatal011Wtdtffi"fin Shaking of the Kings Highway it is I of a similar tread used almost ex- hard road run is &given for the purpose i ,
.,.Y.} well known that King George's troops closely In Florida. of atttracting attention to the want I have the best livery in the

built H road from Marysville. Ga., The fifth day will be "wattles and of a good road between the startingand I city with white driver. who
through the Florida forests, which is: honey" for all hands, aa the beautiful finishing points.! At least one of
, t I are familiar with all roads
; :Ya Daytona'lBakery still in vi ry fair condition in places. road narrow though it is, built of soft cars will take a gaol! roads enthusiast as ...
Thomas White, father of Windsor limestone by Dade County assisted by LOOK FOR THE ,
a passenger, w h< will be supplied with ",
White, president of the White Cumpany Mr. Flagler; from Paint Beach to Miami I ..
good roads: literature and especially! > Silver Tipped Rigs. ;
of Cleveland has recently personally is a thing of joy, after coming out of the .
.. H. E. QUIQQ the work of force of men, wilderness of bad roads. something pertinent to the people of'' .
:' 1.:;::; :;/. supervised -: :f".. Phone 27, opp. Public School. i
in Controls for the be at Or- Florida in ( I LaSy
; ;' who are placing the Kings: Highway J ni&htill regard to good rollo. "
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; Death of Rev. Dr. \V. ". Carter. I i sons, A H. Carter, of Holly Hill, and Chautauqua Meeting. }j
: 11'.11'. Carter of this: city and one ...................................... ..............
..................NNNN ...N...............MM.* Archdeacon W. H. Carter rector of A called meeting of the Board of Trade
St. Johns Church Tallahassee, died in I grandchild Miss Zilpah Harris. was: held Monday night at the City Hall OPEN SHOP Magnolia Avenue
**************************o ************************** Dr. Carter was greatly beloved by the
that city Saturday morning l k!fS! I to discuss matters relating to the pro
members of hi and the
N. ERICKSON aged 78 >ears. congregation posed establishment of a Chautauqua.The .
of Tallahassee to
people generally,
Dr. Carter, though delicate health meeting was fairly well attended, W. H. WRIGHT & SON .
whom he had endeared himself by his
for some had been ill but. short although there was a misunderstandingas I
Cabinet MaKer. Wood Worker. years
j :cheerful, kindly wajs. By hU own
his hU! daughter : to the night.
time prev lous to death ,
preference and at the request of ttife
J Picture Frames Door and Window Screens made) to older, a Mrs. C.S.: Harris, of Holly Hill)), Considerableenthusiassui was shown, I Painting
he had
i people among so long
being railed to Tallahassee just two. especially by the ladies present.. The
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. = weeks' Iff ore. labored he was buried at Tallahassee.His meeting was addressed by D. li. Rogers I Decoratin)
1 Arthur and William -
...***.*.***************** ************************** Dr. Carter was uneofrthe pioneers of their sister sons, Tallahassee joined to be 11'. H. Edmondson. }'. Jibb and
at Sunday
the. East Coast edun/y, coming here others. It was decided to continue the i l'al't'rlmul.in.r:
present at the funeral which occurred
from New Jersey wv c his family in the present Chautauqua committee and J
of IS... They spent a short Tuesday afternoon, the services Wing they were instructed to canvas the city, I I
If are thinking spring conducted by Bishop Weed. i i'e t of l RiJgeuood avenue Daytona, Florida
PUMPS you time at Port Orange; and then moved to especially] the business men, to place) the I

Holly Hill where they purchased prop- 500 season tickets required} as a guarantee NN......NNN....1NN1................. .......
of heating your erty and built a home. For the first Solar Eclipse Visible! Here and to raise the funds necessary to :

;'r home ho two years Dr. Carter did missionarywork According to Berlin H. Wright in a make the needed addition to the Armory .......................... .............. .... .......
TDAT or your on the Halifax and Indian rivers recent issue of the Florida Agriculturist, to fit it for a temporary Chauatu i j

tel from Ormond to Kockledge and during there will be three eclipses of the sun in qua building. I FOUNTAIN CITY
we are
see us, that time founded M. Marys Church in 190S and no eclipses of the moon. It u hoped our business: men will fully rI fI

this city. One of these solar eclipses occurred appreciate the importance of (securing
PUMP in the In June 1S79 he was called temporarily yesterday and was but slight, only a this attractive feature for Daytona and I I Livery and Transfer Stables.
will deal generously with the committee i
small of the sun's surface being
/ sell the best line to Tallahassee to take charge (>f portion :
We .
and assist: them as far as possible in j I ,
the parish and rebuild the church whichwas covered, and this being just at sunset. The committee will makea
i of Hand) and Power destroyed by fire, but within six The only other. eclipse visible here will everyway.report at the next. regular meeting of i 1 hacks meet all train Phone 4... ('or. I'amettoand) Live Oak ave.i .

months was called to the rectorshipand occur on June 2S, and will be well worth the Board of_ Trade. |II
Pumps ever offered in has ever since been in charge, although observing. This will be annular the i i BLACKSMITHING!i \ I AND REPAIRING.Painting .

his family remained at Holly appareut diameter of the moon being Model Farm Products. .

l Daytona for the money. HilL just a trifle less than that of the sun, Lettuce of fine quality is now being : and Horse Shoeing.

Dr. Carter was born in Utica N. Y., hence a small ring of light will be visible shipped in considerable quantity fr"m I
Fittings of when is its i G. A. FOYE, Proprietor.
Pipe even the eclipse at height.
of the .
in 1)29. He was a graduate the Model Farm on South avenue. A
University of New York and of the The belt of country over which the very satisfactory crop of fall grown ': t..4.+.*4444M4444444444444M44444444M4444M44.4MM
all kinds. General Theological Seminary of New ring phase will be visible reaches from Irish potatoes was recently harvestedand

York and was in charge of various Coast Mosquito and Inlet from to Palm Malabar Key to on the the middle East a fine crop of English peas I* now .);.................................. ........
parishes in New York and New Jersey maturing which should bring good) returns NNR
and was also at Yincinnes Ind. for of Hernando county on the west coast. i as prices are now quoted as high
Staples Cutten Within that strip the duration of the in New York. i BUTLfR WILSON & CO. iiE. i
BRASS several years from which place he went ring phase will be from two to. four as $4.50 per bushel carrier E I
with the 50th Regiment; Indiana Volunteers A large shipment of fertilizer has just ,

as chaplain during the years minutes, according to locality. arrived for the farm and the management Cottages for Sale or Rent. Life. Fire and Accident Iniurance. $
CENTRAL AUTO GARAGE 1S62-3. I ---- intend to keep everything up to ,
; E : Fcr first claw work-. Daytona the notch of perfection as far ai J Phone34, DAYTONA BEACH: FLA. ij
He is survived by Us wife,one d Uah-j I top posIble. .
Phone 26. l1rs. C. 8. Harris, of Holly Hill, two 'I' Steam Laundry, phone 3. tf ..............................................1.NI...



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*;THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS At a business meeting of;the Epworth J I A New Lajnch. I -t: cl.jrg fir> r ,ir ,kury r[plans|<

b League Monday night arrangementswere I i On Tuesday E.: M. Holm.in arch i F..1. : and l enti.:'r',',' ; :J'lert'l'JD, of jwcrkljNormm I I
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAYT. made to give a soc :_ Thursday i Lapp brought down from Mr. Lapp lt adlul t"'St. .... I Pryton.\; evening at the pasonage. There will be D.n t"n\ Md!, = !
E. FITZGERALD, Editor place at the head of the river, the ..
a program and refreshments will be '
---- launch which the Litter had j'lst' completed -
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for Mr. lI 1man. W'j
guest of honor. I j: : : ,
ha been smnliio( lot a |I II
:.. INCORPORATED i boat to suit him and it looks a- if it.: ': I

-. ( ) ---- Port Orange. !.I bad now secured it. a. the new h I.JI.:st JII |I l ii r ; 1 '
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which he has named" the Nellie 11., la I '
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. Port Orange, Jan. 1-Gov. Bull, of I II honor of Mr( ,. Holman, developed) a 1 i! 1 1I
Newport, R. I., has had his yacht The speed of twelve miles, notwitbstmdi Ii.i !I
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SUBSCRIPTION RA TE6. Dolphin, overhauled and put in first-1''ing the unusually low water, and 1 i i I
class condition and a 10 h. p. Fairbanks : will probably make fourteen or .fifteen j

One One.copy copronl six months s ear- ....:.. =-. ...===::::::=:::::=::=:::::::::::=:.,..........1.50< :.75 engine installed. With Capt. Geo. Cope, '' under favorable condition: She it;; a'} 'I ( I j,I l

One.copy three month _..'__ ,,,,,,,,,,,,--.__....................... M..._.... ..l0 late gunner on the battleship Indiana trim looking craft thirty feet in I length I 1 I
as sailing master, they expect a fine by 'five and cne-half beam and i i'9 propelled I I I< j
ADVERTISING RATES. cruise south. At present they are guests 1 by an .\lnt-ri<3b Moter cufine "f. ) .I I, I

DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS.Rate of the Port Orange House. <: ten Itorrpowtr..MoteJin. Aic = : :|; j

per Inch per insertion to regular advertisers..._... .............................10 cents Mr. Wheeler and his bride arrived | A IIIi ',1 I
Rate per inch per insertion for less than three months_............ ...............15 cents from Savannah last week and.are guest.j!j I the ;Night.; i: 1 : 1 : (
Rate per Inch per Insertion for single insertien_ __.......................30 cents of the Port Orange House. '
READING NOTICES OR LOCALS. John Tedder has moved into his new 'I In the ironing of the buildings' mint ,' : ;

Rate per line, each insertion__ .M.......................... 10 centsRATES house. the Animal Pen on South Beach :tm t .:.I: ) I : : ;
; FOR CHURCHES. LODGES, ETC. Miss Lactic, of Frankfort, Ind., is : a difference of opinion aro*a betwtvn : !; i

:All club, society oraanizationlodie und church; notices, other than religious visiting her cousin, Mrs. Fayette Mc I the owner of the pro erty and Mr. ; III: 1
services, 5 cents per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolutions' 5 cents Donald.Dr. 'I Booth as to tile projwrty right in the ;I 1

E' per line. Legal advertising at legal rates.GENERAL H. L. Heed has had some very extent I cottage: erected and occupied l I.y the ;, Till INDIANSKNKW: : i t I;
PROVISIONS. latter Mr. Cross according
claiming that -
1 e repairs made on his cottage on .\ (iOOI IHIMi: i
No single charge for display advertising of any kind less than 50 cents. the River Shore. to the contract it wa to remain. : : ;' '
Good position given every advertisement. extra charge of :2 rent per inch j Some of 1[r. liowth's friends scent ttl''' 1'11"\\-\\\ c kit f''\It lollllurt va:,. If S !
will be made for ads with specified positions. No special pot"itill''f'n on ad- Miss Mary Fair invited a number of \oii"M;' ri'i'i worn. tin w,ft, '"mf"rlhh': ;
f lese than five Inches. her f i lends to join htr in a trip to Ponce I have actively sided with him in the Indi.iti -lipl i>.'is. then; 'v' cantou to =|: I I
No advertisements accepted for the first page. Park in the J..hn.-on Brothers' launch : matter, for one morning the latter |Kirt take .I pair home and enjoy vourv IfIlian.ith.i till
I Extra charge made on display advertisement containing an average or more last Frida '. They most delightful of List week tte: nt'ihhnr; :oinks to theknowUdge Hipper* an- exact re"m H ruc :I:
) report a -
than 30 words to the inch. that had (Noun : Ia* ot >genuine Indian styles. a tisthealtlt -
All bills payable on the first of each month. time. or skated over Into tineottngc tine adjoining lot of t I ly derorati. with bead work. |pfrnraph-; I|t :: ( I
- The party Thursday evening was B. F. Hough and a- Mr. Hough has : ic dfsngn- and silk vitibmulrry.At : .
,'erv.ojo'able., Many were presentfrom buildings rnougii; on hi, propertyand :-mil ptit' a.- .!' offer ifi int>ucannot = I i'
SATURDAY, JANUARY:< 4, 19C8W ) e :
neighboring to"ns.JOM'ph no Use for this one, he gladlIflo..f>d : afford to pa-AIifin: by. Th" > n- : ,
.' White )Ir. Booth to rvtiiove it. ; UtIt'tluatl.1 t for - owner and landlord of at them will it.1Vr'il i
.WWWVV.......W'W'W'w-'w-'VW'w-Tf-r-*. ww-w-rw-rw-* ...-www..... tie (popular Hotel Spray View, in OceanGro' --- -- j tic Gad ptoio to show] them il( \ou'll ; ';|: i I
: f', X. J., has his.! iris beautiful I c"r"'I'1I1Dr.) -t. C. lIerman"I t' III. :

\ Seabreeze and Dayton Beach i town winu r home in the southern part of I'!opposite; The C llahle-; lu-i.i ,tt ,-nnr. WALLACE'S, I: I 1 I j I i :
completely! overhauled and add c' I

new furniture, making it one of the : : ( :
: MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor. : nicest homes on the Coast.e bear :

< !&&A&&5--.........uu..NNNNNINNNI.01N..0..: that Mr. White made his: !nn Phillip a | I : i :
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999YYYYT.TTTYTYSeabre present of the lots south of their roidence. -
zt, Jan. 1-The following com- ley, Boston; Dryer, Providence; Wei- Weha\eju t heard that the ;
mitteemen were appointed by Mayor I sell, Pittsburg; Chenault, Chicago.& late Mrs. Joseph White, whom w,' inisi. w?: :

Potter the last council meeting: Finance The new clubhhuse is completed and very much, left the home here to her :
fr S. E. Gilmore, J. B. Bunch, T. F. will be opened as Soon as the furniture son and his wife. t | I
Williams; Law and Order D. D. Beckman is in place, with a whirr and a merry --- MOTOflp' : :
C. F. Burgman, J. B. Bunch; buzz. : : : I
Street and Improvement, T. F. Williams The Zoo will be open to the public Holly Hill. J: : 1
C. F. Burpnan D. D. Beekman; today, and now claims the very best display I ( :
Tax and License, J. B. Bunch, T. F. of alligators in Florida. Holly Hill, Jan. 2-Me.ssrs. Kuharxb "Ever y I II II I I
Williams, D. D. Beekman. The Clarendon opens formally to- and Wetherell's new boat was launched I I )
Tb grading on Pinewood is finished, morrow. The flag goes up and the Friday and ('hrist'nt"d'b; y little hazel! PrdcliJWjntReaited"e: r
also the new clubhouse. Sidewalks buss meets the trains. The manage- Wetherell, the Two Chums. She developed :

have been laid on both sides of the ment {say the bookings of the house and a speed of between six and seven ,I .; I
street from Ocean to Glenview boule- the demand for space are larger than it miles with the promise of doing much Z.. !1 1 i
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vard. The work of shelling Pinewood has ever been.Daytona better. Perfect po\\er for all marine work. Made in two i iI i iI )
avenue from Glenview boulevard to the I Rev. A. J.11'ilder, pastor of St. )Jar)"'- !it>les, -slow srx-ed, I1l'.1dut)" and yacht engines.Prices \ I I I 1 : :
ball grounds will be completed within Episcopal Church, Daytona, nduf"tl'l.l and Catalog No. lo .on application. I I ; :
the Best week.J. BeachJan., 1.-A.J. Beards- services here Sunday afternoon. Before Write use can sane >uu mOlll')'. I
ley has made considerable improvements the services three children of Mr. and a i I
W. Be&tor left last Friday for Minneapolis Florida Gas & :
Engine Co.1AMPA.
Supply .
in his two Mitchell Mrs.
where he will be detained by cottages on aunue.Mrs. Wm. Wetherell, Jr., and the infant 1 I II
business until the latter part'of January. Beardsley is expected to arrive daughter Mr. and Mrs. George Sotnr : fl."t' .\. I '
within the next week received the rites of baptism.Joe .
H. C. Watterson arrived from
an extended \
aKoarry full line
The program at .the M. E. church, Ross, of Melbourne, eral a stitionary engines!> ir- ( I
trip on the west coast the latterpar& spent rigatinc pljufs. pump s pipe' mot>r tsoit.upphie*. etc r !
of last week, and joined his wife Christmas ave, given by the children of days here last week, the guest of )1 rand I J:
the Sunday school was especially entertaining Mrs Jesse :
and parents at his home on Halifax I : I'
and was enjoyed by a large 11. Carter returned last week: from
avenue. )lr. Waterson is having nu- I II
merous improvements made on his crowd the church being filled to its Tallahassee, where lie was called to attend .o...................o,.. ... ....... ................
home property. Stone steps and a capacity. It consisted of recitations, the funeral of his: father. i: I I 1 I I I I
vocal solos and duets. The Miss TWO BARGAINS : :
cemeat front walk was laid by A. Vand.vorde little folks May Mabbette left for Lh land
last week. L. Z. Burdick is carried off the honors of the occasion 1 Saturday, from which: place, after a few I i .. j'J\ !
constructing a two story water tank with great credit to themselves and to days visit with friend, she intended togo J OlIC{ :5IR.:."...II 4knrr; \..,,: :I I, II', !'i;' I I '1 ,, '. : I / : ; |
with servants' quarters, remodeling the the careful drilling they had received on to St. Petersburg to attend the i : Its: onur lot. !,I.*, fit on Ki: "l*;< ui"lid l 1 Lt>. .'"MI f I' t t. < ;,.,,idfi...... J.: : : I
front porch and plumbing the house for from Mrs. L. Z. Burdick, who had themin State Teachers Meeting in session i the !:raIM'l t inr. a hllllll"r lor pt'wt! I nv. n.1 I.. an r-. .\' grad J. ',1m. i' r ( l
>' running water. charge. After the distribution of fore part of this week.F. i! $ -i.rn.on.f .-. : : I

Judge Robert Taylor and wife arrived gifts to the children, Mr. Burdick, superintendent A. Mann came down from Seabrook; i I On Ti\" Rttnm Cottage .on'-t"I iy !h".J; from Cleveland last Monday on a visit of the Sunday school, was Xew Years Day, accompanied by his t.I..n l Mullx-rry :strttt. ./v li'tK-: m'". .

to Mrs. Taylor's sister, Mrs. I;. D. presented by the school with a hand- daughters, the Misses Nellie and Hilda, I : 1'lif-e plains are in Kingst, jn-t!! tiMitli nf |11.1\ '.'ha < d i ';ra..t l l : .
t Lacgworthy and husband, at theirhomeon some bible: who will be guests of Mrs. II. A. Carter :-,1..1. t Church and Po.t..lli1. ,. Ir, ar h,'. + *

Ocean boulevard.Mrs. Flemming Flowers, of Barbcrville, for a few days. I .: I'allnn..r\\ri'>' 2 *.
was a visitor to the city last Geo. T. Eduioud of Fairburn Ga iI .
Dora Dayton, who has been Friday, I : H. T. :
making an extended ,'isitI'ith friends: guest of A. E. Branch and family.Mr. arrived Friday of last week for a brief McCLELLAN :

in Brooklyn, is expected to reach home and Mrs. Gleason, pleasant (peopleof visit with his brother, W. 11. llllondsun : kingslon: or Da) luna. l"IiJridt. : : i
soon after the Binghamton, X. Y., after a brief stay and wife. lie departed on Monday .
Mr. Jenning,holidays.who was the guest of of two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Chas for his home. .................J.............. +. .............. i

- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gillett for some time, Willson u _, have_. __returned north._ --- -- ************** ** ** *** ** * >.. .. .. .... .. !.__..+.. :
has returned to his home in Milford Pa. Mrs. ::I. 1". urotjan, of Baltimoie, ar- Death of W. H. Furr. i, j jW. !
Rev. Fred Marsh, son of Dr. B. F. rived last week and will spend the winter
with her H. Furr, well known to all PALMETTO MOUSE
Marsh, filled his father's appointment daughter, Mrs. Wm. Ronald tht'i at the Glenview avenue church Sunday and family.Dr. older settlers at Daytona and along the' J F .

afternoon. His subject was ''Obedi Parker and wife, of Minneapolis, river, died rather suddenly Monday J: Weil Known) and( !Popular : :
ence," and his discourse was instructive are guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Craigat morning at the home of B. F. Dough I .
and interesting. the Hermitage.Mrs. on Cottage avenue. | J .. .
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Grant was in Jacksnnulle! i Mr. Furr owned and occupied a house ] rt ..
Ward ilcdanahan]
arrived -
.from Cincinnati last week and last week, visiting her mother. I on South Palmetto avenue, but Sunday ;'! ::. (n'rlullki) :; tinI'tMiitit'ui) llalif.ix Hh-"'.., : .1
J. H. about dusk he called at Mr.I .
joined Mrs: C. F. Hesser, the latter'amoth Donnely is having considerable Houghs : I Rrytoiiii. .\ lioint'likr Mini! 4oiiifortaMclioitx I '! .
at her'home on Valley street. improvements made on bU cottage on place and E. H. Hough, a I Ifother of ; :. .: : i ,

Walter J. Gamble and family are ex Seabreeze avenue. An artesian well is B. F., noticing that he w\luot wellsuggested !i :: ,t'. I riiNtI.i..> in all I I..l".t.i .. :
being down that he remain the
put which will afford running wring 'I
petted to arrive this week. Mr. Gam- C

at ble's new car reached here several days Miss water Lois throughout VanValzah the left house.Monday for night Sometime which during he did.the early part of the 'I: C. 0. CtlBE'l \ I. Proprietor.1 : : ( ) ; ,

ago. .
j k Charleston, where she will re-enter evening he retired to an upstairs room 1OrX01YM01x1xMrCxKrs.r4wa/it.rttte1./
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# Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Buclland are at school.I. and E. H. Hough also went to bed. H !

.. home from a week's visit with relatives W. Cotton and a party of friends F. Hough came in about nine o' 'lock I 'I ho climate. Ihc Last: t .t... 4 of Florida t: : t : !
at DeLeon
Springs. and relatives, consisting of Mrs. F. A. and sought a lounge on the drat\ floor ot .I#'' i> niMivr I'OrlVclion t1l.1Itklf{ of any MI
Vance Lawton Richmond, student of Cotton, Carol Cotton, Marion Bottaford the building. Shortly after midnight
Cornell, Is spending hu midwinter vacation and the Misses Cooper came over from Messrs. Hough were aroused by Mr oilier 111.1l'\: 011 v.HIi. vv .A4

with his mother, Mrs. t:. D. DeLand last Friday and were guests of Furr's cries for help and on going t I. ,d ttSS a s s.
L nporthy. the Seaside Inn until Yonda). him recognized that he was in a nucal {

. Phillip St\Wtlnd family, who hue Miss Lilian Morris, cf Jackswn, is condition and .immediately sent tot I.I.I !
been occupying the Middleton home on spending sometime at the Seaside Inn, medical help and Dr. Howe r"p..ntled.| << ,
Ocean boulevard, have moved to Daytona guest of Mrs. Stewart. lIe worked with Mr. Furr for some time '
; Beach and are located in the Chet Thos. W. Thurston organized: a party and finally seeing no improvement .
Odum cottage for the winter. Mr. of about twelve of the Inn guests, and asked for ussistance and Dr.tw" Stuart recently purchased a lot on Wild made the trip to the Suear Mill Tues was :summoned, but before he steered! ...

Ulive avenue and expects to erect a day. Mr. Furr had breathed his last.
cottage thereon some time during the aliases Grace and Ruth Keating ga\e The funeral services: were held at n.t I
summer a candy pull Friday evening Seen Hinlham.lIolt'y Co's. undtrtakmg (
!JIiIQU 1nHi\ t
s' The E. L. Potter Company haH con- couples were present. Miss Lois Van parlors at 10;00 o'clock Tuesday morn / \ l
Valzah the ins Rev. D. ll.
tracted with twelve men, including an was guest; of honor. Game Mutter, officiating anti>
umpire, who will be here on before Jan- were played refreshments served, and a the service was conducted by the Masonic [ ) Omton : \
t uary 10th and ready for playing in a jolly time was had by the compaay.Mr. body, of which Mr run was j
short time the schedule: of games. The and Mrs.: R. E. Jones and chil- member. The interment was on ri.:" '
tea days delay was caused by the delayin den, of Bowling Green, Ky., came over Masonic lot in Pinewood Cemetery HIIIll r.wh( ;fI'f-'?
finishing the street leading to the from Del.and the latter part of last Mr. Furr, who was probably beta,:-n ,
I park and zoological gardens. The class week and have leased the Bert Rogers 5.i and 00 years of age, hud no known: .5 ( I ,.
; of men that this has cottage for the season. relatives hung. lie came to this se; I aiJ
company engagedas ,
I. well as the class of which the the Or. Mrs. J. C. Young and a friend have I tion with Dr. (.. M. Wallace in 1x71 anj LIT; < \\1 Uatlli.I"; "- l : | : ;

mood team are composed and also the recently taken rooms in the llarroun I staid with the doctor at Castle Windv ;
apartment house. on the Hillsboro liter: '
St. and from tiitT \
Augustine team, is a guarantee of -
having a high grade and interesting Miss Junia Holcomb will return: from came to Daytona with harm .\ftei about i : )
character of ball games for the East New Orleans the latter part of the week a year here he accepted a place as general i ;: .:: : ', '.
Her father and mother of assistant with Mrs.
Monteagle Mary H.
Coast : ir -
League. ag
l They, the three organizations .
futont ,
Tenn., will join her at Ocean tne Palmetto louse and later .. Oresl r.i- r.D tI Pt.atArep,
t should be largely credited fort Spray, 1'.1:; ,. .., -"it i
'IA"e! !.ana. of the
where 'ountrr C
t they will spend the seaaon. posit ion lOf tlerk. trl"-hry tJ
r having to these
gone the
npenst'sin 1"0) .\ II\EK: L\KE: MOUTH: ...i ni 'cint
Mrs. G. II. Mr.
of of ..
an assured loss at least for this season Wilmington; was a handy man a. IB .
Ohio, arrived Saturday and and while at the : i ? J. ,. S.: :
for the entertainment of the people. will spend Palmetto HOUM- < .
l It is to be hoped that the local communities part of the winter with her daughter, the famous old sloop railed the Marv L.tsl t 0.c'1 f. tl.lt 1t.
:' as well as the tourist element will Mrs. M. J. Fields on Grs.nd'it.'w avenue bag( well remembered l Ii y all JP-t. 1 1f

be sufficiently interested in the resultsof John Wyscarter and sisters, of Ohio, settler on the coast.

the Investment to turn out and support arrived Tuesday and are guest of Surf Since Mrs. Hoag's death )Lt has r.._., ;
as far as they can, what will unquestionably Crest. a business of general repairing Ilia. .

prove a great credit and Rev. C. E. Parsons and wife are taking death is another link from the > :.aio k'A
advantage to the communities con special interest in the music at the pioneers who made known to tL.! a .: # \\
f cerned. The names of the players are: the church, and the congregation are the Ilf'autifulHalifa country

h. Geger, of the Denver team; McKernan, promised some excellent programs; at I tor r t I .t .;r ,r ;
Augusta; Nub brothers, Nashville; the church services this season. Mr. :Mansfield's Creamery liutteratul: r'atn.s h" .Sri. ." :

Wakefield, Cleveland; Mitchell, Brock- Parsons says the best music should be Purity Rutterme in one' jounJ J. a.e161vi1, J. LIlKHUJ, J.M.ElHMK:,
ton, Mass.; Mitchell Cincinnati; Brad in the churches. blocks At BircLwood's. 1-0' I ..'r. .. I. .. L 1
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.I..SISISISISI.ISISIISISISIS, $$15.00 will' buy a fifteen-jewel Mr. and MIT. J. F. Morrow( of 1 Funeral Services of C. M. Christy.! P.B.DOBBINSriS l

Elgin with a 14 K. gold filled case Smithton, Pa., friends r.fVH.. The funeral services of C. M. Christy, General tow
I Local Paragraphs. repairing, key fitting fil-
., guaranteed: for i5 years watch con,-, Wright; armed this week. a notio-of whose death was made in Modern Bath Rooms ing. Trunks valises, umbrella. tad

..1........... .........IS. plete; other Jra.tetl: at equally low Albert Payne and I. Cady of last wrt-k's on issue North were Hid 1,1M I'wclOll'at the avenue residence -, parasols mowers repaired repaired and and sharpened.recovered.Badra.Laws ti

I JWe have the most complete price*. Geo. H. Clark, ..fVf' E'r. Cotry. Pa., arrived this week and I Monday afternoon 3.00 n'chx k l'e\ Make Modern....Homes official Checks 8 and*ala.tags.228 South Rubber Beach stamps Street&rid,

workshop on the East Coast, two Ward G. Foster, of "Ask rr.Foster" will spend the winter at Tie Glenn. A. J. Wilder, of St. Marys Epis pct Daytona, Flo.MSONIC.

workmen. Let 119 do your Church and 1'ev I.. Cooper, of tl ehiug'mton
fame DaytouaThwaday.
was ?Toilet waters of all kin-is.! DIRECTORY.
M. H Church. olfici.itinr.The .
and No
watch repairing job work. "
A. -
II\NKI\s .
The )
IWgUt.Miss liody wa placed in the im-miiR
( Mwts Ui I and 3rd Thursday
f job too large fir small for us to do.
J. C. Keller arrived from Miami vault at I'incntMHl Cemetery until the HALIFAX CHAPTER No S, R.. A. M.-
" L. H. ROWE & Cu The Jewelers. Minnie l.ymar, of North )If'f'18n1l Thursday.ORiaSNTALrMMANDERYNo.
family return to .St IJIIIH in the : il..c.
afternoon for short visit : .
Monday a niI Jacksonville I ,8.T.Meeta -
lgev\o<>d avenue, went to .
I K. M. Sleek his family at i 4th Thursday.t.iVF.OAK
with his Cedar street.Mr. .
family on CHAPTER, No. 5, O. E.
to 8.
Thurs'Liy, 'X|lsr.-iiiig return -
their winter home on Ilidgewood first *r Shipment of Le ttu 4 e.Jdn aleetand and fIb Tueadajr
and l Mrs. J. B. Case of Cairo tomorrow. I All meet In Masonic Rail, Orange avenue.
avenue last week. C HetttK.of the firm of aiarl'gTajH : --
N. V arrived Sunday and are occupying Mt-Hdamrs Kelsey, of Ohio and ( tV Cu., iif New York, has, lutn m

W m. M. Moore spent severel days ; their winter home on Yolusia Ludwig, of New .York State: arc (11- the city fur the past few day, a RUt of ...-t p !
last week al Sanford and Eastia, returning Schmidt's, Hotif''and I with then.-NratUT
avenue. copying S. Hermann's cottage on Bamboo .
home Saturday. of (jcu. F. Smith, \\Imo, i is acting as: I heal|
? Miss Lilia Abercrombie went to I Looiuis a\enue for the winter. agent for the firm, trumd a taiload of f-x \

oTu.key dinner Sunday New myrna Tuesday for a few White brilliantine skirts and I lettuce from the firms: of JV.. Hall /; i -

and Thursday at The Howard. days \isit i with Major and Mrs. Al>-I white wash suits at the Chas. F. :Sun, Kiubathrr Hrw and lItlu re ndjTtcnlay 'Purnitur
forwardd the first reri:
A fine art exhibit has been in ercromlie.tBakery. Gardiner Co's.The ,- c
I (?car of lettuce ewer llipllt'\J|>| from. Ij
progress the past week at the Pal btiictly homemade ; 1>, .
goods, choir guild: of( M. Marys IYIllIa. This is but the ginning ulan I __
clubhouse on Orange avenue. fresh day at Mac's Cafe. lIil h hate
metto every indiiNtry \\ long :igochuul:
Episcopal Church expect to give a Is nice and
added to the fame and finanf. of this: attractive!
She stork left a girl baby Sunday Cot W. M. SliafTner returned concert at the Guild (Hull ou the ,
section as it has to Sanford, llaMii.gsand
night with Mr. and 1Ir W. C. from Orlando Monday, but Mrs. lltli of the month. There will also other iKicea. I of the

Kelly, who are sojourning. on North ShafTner remained for a' more ex- l>e dramatic raiding: by Miss Alice l\Vhcn visitors come isn't it gratifying to have your bath room I I i iso fort any part

Beach street. tended visit.tHave Treffey. On Wedding lour. equipped that it wins the approving glance of every critical house. New stock atBingharn&MaleyCo.
eye ? ".$tftBilapJ" Porcelain Enameled Fixture i male your bath
UW.\TEO-To rent or buy a :ladies -' you ever tried Mac's whole John Myers is now serving on the Mr. and Mr*. \\l. M. Colt of. (:i\erfc
room modern anj be admired.* We ell and Install
a room to
ville, N. Y. .
wheat bread. It's fine.A frilll.lei ( O. n.aiiilxilin
tricycle. Please state- term! polio. force as a uight \\atchman,
tlf the l'ulnlf'1tullllu.e. nr>*gti<'!'t.. r.f List. this famous ware and can quote you prices that will please you.
Pofitoflice box :11 fl. his hours of from ;O.'H' )
deal mated this week: duty being : When
was eonsu gentleman ha'illarri.J in (DaytonaL'hrUtmad ;: you place your plumbing contract with us you are assured

P. adas came down from Jacl.- whereby Dunn Brothers become the p. m., until daylight. Mr.I Myers isa night. Mr and Mr.: Colt. are : of high-grade work and prompt tcrvlce. Booklet! illustrating many .

I conscientious man ind will make on their wedding trip, hating l-en married -
sonville Sunday night for a short owners of the McCoy building on neat bath rooms sent free.
I at Albany X. Y., Dec :'1)).
good officer and valuable assistant '
visit with his family. He returnedto Beach street. a II'JOE FURNITURE UNDERTAKING
I }Ir. Colt is general c f OSBORNEA
I to Marshal Smith. passenger:; agent I .-...-.,.. ..-.. ..
Jacksonville Tuesday.Th Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Johnsonand the Fonda, Johnstown! and GI..n'r\'ill -....---- --..----

Gazttte-Nens is in nceipt ofa daughter spent several days O"ASn An assistant in hairdressing Itailroad on the Sarandagra route to the I I 1 Neville H. OarkOPTICIAN. j
Adirondacks, where Mr. Chamberlain
card announcing: the birth of a last week with Mr..lolinson'smother I } parlors in Atwood BI?*:k. 1 ,
conducts h..h.l. This is
I' a large summer r:
son to 11 r. and Mrc.I \V. 1. Bethel, at Port Orange. I Mrs. Catherine Millar. Mr. and Mrs. Colt's fiMi bit to Florida I I .

. at Masontown: Pa., Christmas!' night. tMeet me at Curtis' and try a i R. L. Smith and 0. A. (Hitch have and they are charmed with Haltolll'l: ...................0.................................

launches for sale. Grape Juice.E. 1 formed a partnership in the real ,and its surrounding"! '1 -
aThree Inquireof I
\V. A. Barker, Ormond. tf :. (O. Gunn, of Macon, Ga., estate business and will do business -- -- I.I I. fi II
spent I Individual Fire Protection.nonlinanrevillbeprrscnled I i i Rare ii i\! &
Owing to the'organ recital at the several days this week with his at the latter's present office on I Beach .\ at the Bargain \ ..!

street, next to drug store.The i is
. Congregational Clinn-h Monday brother, E.: L. Gunn and family on of the Council looting ,
next -
meeting City \\l Eyes Examined Free.
Gazette-News wishes the new !i .
f night; the Choral Sonety will hold Yolusia avenue. to a better system' of individual{ fire / ii I

i' its meeting Tuesday evening at 7:00:() Mrs. G. B. Seaman entertained at firm long life and prosperty.JJTwo I I protection. This ordinance will require| i Furnished House and lot II :: At Clark's Jewelry Store.
: ;.i0.MNewhome( ) all residences and Imsinc' ; places to l>eproided .
I o'clock. luucheon Tuesday in honor of her new ; sew ii .
? with six metal water biuVetsand : ::=====::::::::::::::::--
:Furnished house: for rt-nf. Apply guests, the Misses Caroline and ing machines .for sale. 1 Price $27: a ladder of Miflicent length to reach i centrally located; lot 1axS :

i to Frank Spring, Ivy l Lanf' if Janie Cooper, of Atlanta. e.acl.'ham... you wont often! get. to the highest |point of the buildiug. L. Z. BURDICK

Geo. H. Clark, Agent. Tliese buckets> must: have the word l! 300
house contains 7
Mis. C. H. Abbott and granddaughter Money i is scarce, but pure drugsare "fire" painted upon them and I lie used i ; i Contractor Builder.
I Silas B. Wright Sr., of /
Miss Evelyn Haynes returned eccentric; a competent registered Attorney for no other.. purpose and must lie kept I .

I < ions at Young's Pharmacy. Accuracy and I
111 where they had) l been visiting (Hingham Tuesday Wednesday' I This ordinance would &eni a wise
Purity and quick Dispatch. returning to leLand) I Wednesday I precaution as in many CUMof fire. Furnished
for week r.r more. i fully
a ,
Adam Schantz, of Dayton. Ohio, amtmpanied by Miss Lillian Bingham neither ladders! nor buckets: in sulli< ici.ttiianlxT I plastered throughout;

+PIITATrq-.Just received a oar ofNew made a brief business visit to the who ua rtturning to Winter are a"aitahl'nn,1 valuable time I .. Building Cottages a
i i is lost in -curing them.illofH.C.OoJman. :
York potatoes; quality city this week, coming on Tuesdayand Park to resume her studies! at Itol- water garage. $2,400 :
and.) -- :
fine prices right. .
leaving again yesterday.A Ims College.C.W. \\' HkJ. II Specialty.
" handsome new Oldsmobile ar- 11. Wright recently ('tHJlplt't-1 I'ndt" the will of Henry C <;iodman, takes it if sold at once. i : SEABREEZE, FLA. ;

Geo. L. Fitzgerald; of Philallt.l.I'Phia hell by freight last Saturday for ed the painting of .J. (G. Brown' I filed I recently at Columbus, Ohio, Mrs. I -- -- ---

who, hal been spending a handsome :Ill South I Cora S. n.x.Irnm. the widow, receives
residence ll.'t
Peter Seims, who owns a << Kidgewood. !
vacation with friends here, winter home on South Beach street. I the residence and all chattels and storks Iii CONRAD REAL ESTATE CO. f PINE WOOD
the East:
Tuesday to resume his duties Beginning next Monday named in the will, aggregating about i
Baltimore Meet me at Curtis' and try a Coast Railway' will! inaugurate their $300,000 of par value; three bc |ue!'ts of :
for firm.
'a Grape Juice.Messrs. I winter schedule] operating( three 3IOIMgcaeh() are made to charity; #-'O- ..SSS.....SS........S.o....... ..NI.S........ ...: FOR SALE
!4t For Rent Furnilbel-13! room 000 i is given in individual beiUesty: and I
trains each Trains will nrrheat
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..J residence, roriier IMdgewood andI work with. Melton the dredge& Cameron last Saturday began 'I Daytona from way. the north at 12:10: : the Poster balance Copeland of the e a Uac neihe\v/ho| i i.s gi/- to b 4..................................................... $2 and 2.50 a Strand .

Orange P. R.,Hen nett. tf widening and deepening the channel a. m.. 11:17 a. in. and 1:15'; p. m named executor withotit I llnid, and : THE ::1Ii !delivered from Hutchin-

I. A. H. Long, a brother of J. T. for the Halifax liiver Yacht I and from the south at I 1:10 J!) a. m., relieved from filing any inventory. In ,

Long,!is now associated with the! Club. and .,::07 and 3: I lip.I m. probating the will Mr. Copelaud officially !Sons' Wood' Yard, west of "
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estimated the value of the estate

l latter in the meat market on Fairview Mrs. II A. Bennett and children, JWe do not sell cheap jewelrybut at $0,000) of which f..0,000<) h: realty, railroad on Magnolia avenue. .
avenue and the business will in which is iiuludcd the residence for Ii I
who have been visiting at DeLand the cry l pent at lowest prices
be conducted under the name of J. which Mr.r (:,slman paid $;."),tll'( (timerrelatives DANANiwwf .
since shortly before Christmas returned and we have special prices on Souvenir ,
T. Long & Brother, as will be seen had l been pre'iuu"ly providedfor
\ by referring to the advertisement in to their home in Kingston I Spoons and Orange Knm under a tru t agreement, and are Hutchinson & Brittle.J. .

Wednesday. All goods engraved free. not mentioned t in the w ill. : :1II 1- -
another column.
I Clark Jeweler. -- ----- .
JFull line of Mineral waters. Geo. II. T. .LONG & Bro. .
J 0Dr. G. W. :Waggoner' Homeopathic Tribute to Airs. M. II. Peck. .
physician and surgeon will be H.'SKIThe Druggist.F. Sun Brothers Circus gave two exhibitions II aii II i Dealers in

- located at his residence on Palmetto D. W. Rose and family have New Years Day, afternoon The Woman's Christian Temperance SHOE
Union have adopted the following resolutions ?: '
, avenue three church doors about south Dec-of 10th.Congregational tf- arrived from Newburg, N. Y., and i and evening, to cry good audienceswho : !CHOICE .MEA1S ,

will as usual shod the winter in seem to have l been generallywell I Whereas-It has peaM.l! l Almighty : ::1

,1k The buckets ordered by tha city Davtona. They are stopping at the I pleased with the performances.They | Cod in II i-i inscrutable provMcnce to .. :.

authorities to install the buck, sys- [ Lane Inn. gave a good, dean show and take from our midst his ma; 'r\'.tit, Mrs. of All Kinds.

t tem here arrived recently \ 1 the Ivy I have many interesting features M. II. I'ctk; andlvliereatThc : Offers t the ease of soft, pliable leathers |
cMeet me at Curtis'! and. try a : u'ca.-.cd had always I will keep a choice line of Florida
lx th the children .
them which to
sanitary officer is busy putting appeal
..Juice.Mr. I Ix-en a true friend of the temK-rarife|
1:. into use. If you have not preparedyour and their ciders.If cause and a helpful. in.-piration to u- 5and: the elegance of smart styles; made il and western meats always on hand.

, closet for their reception tatter and Mrs. U. J. White, of Du- :- you want the best oranges for I all. and I' ,. <> Corner Fairview avenue and Daytona -

do so at once or the city will have pontwere the guests of Thos. E. home consumption or to ship call at Whereas-ller removal is not only a" I permanent by (the very best material i'
sad loss to her family but our los: also; St. Phone 119.
the work done and charge cost of White and family, of South Beach New road. ( .
Point Grove, Smyrna therefore be itResolvedTliat '! 1-- -
t'. same to you. "* ,street, from Tuesday until ,Wednesday -' Rates are rca onable and will be we will thcrMi iu our\ and skilled workman nshrp. : 1i i 0. S. BUR NETT
. afternoon. otherwise memories the lesson! of a faithfulness in .
either paid or
/ +Messrs. Clark & Watton, Cottage shipped exptess
b avenue, are receiving on Tuesdays I: cPuxo TIM NO-Adolph M. Jaehde tf Kerd Nordman.I our late treasurer, that never faltered '' I Tailor.
account of the. numerous duties i i
and Fridays consignments of King: I ou age or : 1 1HC5oh'cdThat ANTHONY BROS. I
will be in Daytona tuning pianos made
and fresh Judge Minor S.; Jones an of her active life. !
and Spanish Orders Taken for Royal Tailoring .
ducks. during January. Orders may Le I order this week, in the mandamus v\e, members of the.. ;, '
water fish f also wild !
\ ; left at The Stillman or at the proceedings brought by the Town Woman's Chrhttain Tcrn| eraiice I'nion ........ ................ ............................. I Cleaning Pressing, Altering and
All lovers of music should noT Ga-I I of Daytona, extend our heartfelt sympathy : Repairing for Ladies and Gen-
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\ zette-News office. Beach against -
Council of Daytona -- -
fail to attend the opening organ recital Jacksonville James L. Wilcox, the ex-marshal to the bereaved family.of these ........................ ............................. 1: tlemen. We call for and
at the Congregational Church C. R. Simonda, of "oln..lThat l copies. revolutions : deliver all goexlll.I .
with Mrs. Si- and collector compelling him to turnover l hc sent to the family, publishedin HALIFAX I
next Monday evening. C. C. Mellor who came Saturday ,, I Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA.
books the city and also pl.wd: i n i
monds for a visit with relatives, returned to the council the tax pajxrs : LIVERY AND TRANSFER CO.
.f, will preside at the organ and a musical I record.! Phone No. 32.An
Mrs. and other property of the town ; : __
treat is in store such as Days Tuesday afternoon. Mrs.I : C. M. UinghamM & : JAMKS: KMX, Manager. :

tona has never before witnessed.' Simonda remained for a more extended -, which he has in his possession. I' Clarence Nash : ''ai ., "\ ru" \ YLNar p.. r..p Cu.: an .

visit here and at Holly Hill.I I DUEEvening of Coininittee. .11''" I:, I.' Iu. I: ''''''.0'-' :
The proceeds are to assist in defraying cSuE THE I __ I: .' '" ..':, ,train- Iacne: llau,' 0 .
j Oth musical function .y ., ..,.... .,
the organ: expenses.\ i Tan, black and white 1 long<< silk Jan. ; greatest Miss I Margaret Carter returned : a' I' "i "t tv. |' 1'' If. :

:tAn intimate knowledge of the gloves, 1.00 and $1..,0.) ];' of the season. C. (C. Mellor who I I from Hastings Monday to accept a ................................S....'.''uII'...L"............. .. 'I l I
interests of this locality Chas. E. Gardiner Co. has presided at tie organ in many
building and recitals in the larger cities of the I I position in the Atwuod Pharmacy: ..****.****..4......***......*...........4 ............
will save you many anoyances, W. B. Williams and wife of South where he will preside at the .
tL perhaps extra costs. Let us advise 'Ii i north will open the new organ at : R. D. TAYLOR. Electrical Contractor :
'with you. Jt costs you nothing. Jacksonville, came down the lore ,,'i the Congregational Church, assisted! cashier's desk. Miss Carter is a .
of last week for a visit withMrs. the best vocal talent in the city.It and lady .
Norman S.Dayton, Daytona. part 'I by pleasant popular young : HOUMWiring: : ;it i Sprrialty. 4
Williams'father. J. L. L'nch' is going to be a musical feast J and Mr. Hankins i is to be congratulated Iron that irons. A to
Oscar Michael lost a front tooth Mr. her : Dealer in Klr( trir.il, llpl'lij'- "if f .MI I\illi-:iM.niL'f I Fi\tlln.-. Shades. :
and family on Fairview avenue. Dr. G. M. Wallace had a narrow on having secured< last week in a peculiar manner of the I : I 1.\lIq., "ft. ( ": a\.tiue: I It\Y1'IIFI.: ..\. : women. .
Williams left the latter part i escape from injury while in this city vices. Saves .10 cent of time and 73
:. Tuesday morning, while moving a week, but Mrs. Williams remainedfor I Tuesday. On returning from Mr.( 1 Hats for ...................................................... I. per cent of fuel.
from the Animal Den to cFor IJent: -Two-room ------- per
building Seabreeze. One of the horses became a longer visit. !! Furr's funeral he stopped his horse light bousekeeping. $Sto.flJier I:? .************************** **************************. ; Ask yonr neighbor or i >

I traveling and alighted near the North Canal month; single rooms oO cents per W. U. EDlIQ DSOX.
FoR S'LE-As am now and
+ I Cabinet Shop
Repair *
[ collar chocked, and fell, locate the!on Beach street. He had scarcely day; special rate for season. The *
wish nearer
and to. .
Mr. Michael, who was trying to re- Riverside, 11.:! N. Bench street, Daytona ---
I center of territory loITer at a stepped out of the buggy when the tf"tF Funutjrf I IJ:< |rail ill;.!. MaMr1---i I l.:. ; ,ur. I o,.ilt. t 1-, :..r lieve and quiet the animal was my of horse frightened at an automobile : Fla. han. .Ho' time ..j.hratellI..n.; <' Mit'n-ii i / .in'l i .licit/ y 111'. THE FINESTBATHS

.1 struck in the mouth by its head as it low property figure comprising all or any 2 part dwellings,my 1 and rearing, fell back on the vehicle, n nr.sT-:: Seaside!' cottages completely jt .ir-icr f 1'tr" I M-cIass! u ;r>-.. slang' '- a'u'. I'o.ek I Idk> :

rose to its feet, knocking out one of: and Beach wheels furnished from to II : w. G. HOBBS. :
store, 1 cor. lot on Bay smashing one of the front .
W] his! teeth but not otherwise injuring suitable for business, hotel The rooms, latter suitable for boardinghouse ... *.***** I ON EARTH \
streets ... *
and doing other damage. toilets electric I'I......>Ftottrr*********>Etr.etisc e*# #4** ***
lighted. -
rtl some
him. farm c'
9-acre 21
or opera house and a unhurt. !i . I FOR MEN AND WOMEN
J. E. doctor fortunately was Inquire Cherokee cotta opposite ; 0 o 0. 0 0 0
real estate man or
IJieman, Vegetable Land Special- see any .. tf wind mill! on board walk, Seabreeze.!I Y }
isf can show you land that will Rush, owner. For Sale cheap-Enterprise stereopticon tf 'I ; Ice 1 LILY WATER

.raise 3 crops year and earn $1000 $FuR RENT-Well furnished for vctth sun rival light, (very :1 Daytona Company, Tile Beat Water fer T.M.U* m

",;,"per acre annually: has demonstrating housekeeping, 3-room flats at Ridge- fine) SO views Around the World.CO We will secure for you bottom I.I.pri"ces ICE ELECTRIC LIGHT j

:* farm to prove it and show youtf wood and Loomis avenuesllp; views Passion Play: lectures, on lumber and other building ; PURE

'' how half of house, 40o. So. Ridgewwod, screen and everything complete for materials. No one receives:' graftson i: Made from Distilled Water. PLANT

i yFSee; Rit iAx, The Real Estate Man 7 rooms $200; 114 Fairview avenue, entertainment A. W Fielder, New I i your purchase Norman S Day- Fact irv <. >rner K'ailn: a,l and Y oh: .ia avenue 4 dI /
-,:;} lmetto Building back of postoffice.t 7 rooms and bath, 200; at S. Hey- + -- ---
mann, 23 Orange 'avenue.' tf Smyrna, Fla. tf J ton, Daytona. 1




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i .Daylight Tides on Dayton Beach. New Books at Library., Y6U ARE- CONTEMPLATING: -
If TNT Want t eCfte RFST mm M k Low lligh. During the past year nearly three s ( ** f } ? -

, Jan 1 11:10 4:45 hundred books have been added to the getting a Qalvwlud l Iran Tank, a net. Tin Roo a Hot Ail ,

J Jan 2 .. .. ..- .1207: 5:40 Daytona Public Library. :- toe require to complete a, ,
donated the.oi.b tfeRalait e ; .
Jan ._._____ : 7:00 A number of valuable were or'any f .,r ... -
booksof : ;. ..
hand .
7:50Jan while on the other \
r Jan 4.___ 1:45 dwellingrememberWHEN that
5.._-_._ 2:37 8:45: modern fiction have been purchasedat j ; ., "' ?

r 1 Jan 6___.____ 3'30 9:37: different times, so that there M a fine
o t
r ueq r n t 1sY0rn'e or'a : r'rr .1 tEov e n ea. t R''# ; Jan 7...._. .. -- 4:20 10:30: I assortment to choose from. r-c. NASH a spy
flan-t > -.e/.n-Ll 1' ,1 list contains the latest
t following
The "
t 11:25
e1 *Itt hApal .rK + .nttetit f M t Jan 8----. 5:11: FfcA.
k a a.t t + ,, ., Al p.= Ke* + >=r k.*etAi tt .K.l T .M a/t rtA M Jan 9___.____ 6OJ: 11:45 shipment and some that were added DAYTOWA -
R t -uatls 1nr l CN. R,4p r.4A n Jan 10 _.__ 7:01: 12:45: during the :summer, all of them recent
ff f- t a- uL c t r to f'I Jan 11_ _..._._ 7:55 1:20: works of the best popular authors. are best prepared to give prompt a ad reliable service at lair ply.,|
I 1 f ,r ot1 u tc >. e Arethusa-Marion Crawford.
w o : R 8:51 2:10 next to the
.tt trlbi n Ao / a: Jan 12.------- : General repair shop on Volusia Avenue Armory, .
, Jan 13. 9:45: 3:15: Ancestors-Oertude Atherton. :-
Jan If_- -_10:35: 4:07: The Daughter of Anderson Crow- I, Phone 58. Out of town_ work solicit: _

ten /K v. 1 t b tai S r 1 RR Ju _.__._ : 4:55 George B. McCutcheon. j ...........
a ualt 1 ; -a. v K K r< r [ Jan ___...._ : 5:40: The Fruit i. of the Tree-Edith .\Vhar-
f [ Jap I712:3.: : : d::41 on.The' ................................. ,

Jan 18.._-.. ... 1:28 7:30 Folk Afield-Eden PhilJpotts. i
Jan 19 __..-.. --.. 2:01 8:05 The Halo-Betinna Von Hutton. I! M. ELLA DE VOY CO.f

Jan 20._......-.__ 2:25 8:35 The Lion's Share-Octave Thanet. .

Jan 21_.........._._....... 3:10: !tl0: The Road to Damascus Mitchell 1 : LADIES' HATTERS

d 1 I a + s r S tcteq TlAp Ir t Iildal Jan 22........-._.._......_ 3:49: 9:50: ]heays.
i r! i/t nc t Jan 23._....._._....... 4:2i 10:31: Clem-Edna ]\:enton. : Correct in S t Y less Personal attention to
u cents' ,. tan rt rt t t i } .. ..... 11:20 The Shuttle-Frances H. Burnett. : Xo 6 South Beach Street; Daytona s
:: e Jan 24._. ............. .. 5:10
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Jan :;._ ............_. 6-00 11:ti The Stooping Lady-Maurice Hewlett. +.+...+..........+....*. ++++++.+......*1**..*

t "I e Li ii I ee It, .K lira t: /111 sr/i nd. M.rk Jan 26.___...__.._ 6:30 12:15 TV Him That Hath-Leroy Scott """"' '''''''''' """""
f I11s al r rR tosaoaft ut/ l. Jan 27_......._._....._ 7:35 1:15: Walled In-E. Stuart Phelps. fTTfTTfnTT|MJI 'f"f"f .

,. -, :Ju 28._........___ 8:45 2:20I The Weavers-Gilbert Parker.

... ,- Best. ana most economical to Use I Jan 29_...':'.__..._ 9:50 3:25I Uncle Terry-charles Munn.

, I Jan 30._............__ 10:50: 4:23: Aunt Jane of Kentucky-E. C. Hall. San Mateo Cigafl
! LOOK FOR THE LABEL-THE JAPANESE GIRL IN" Jan 31 .- ...._ 11:50 5:'.0 His Courtship The Betrothal of Ely- .
Forenoon and afternoon tides are approximately phoplate-Helen R. Martin.
k FOR SALE BY at the same hour. Auto- The Princess and the Ploughman,
1a mobiles can be driven on the beach two The Ressurection of Miss Cynthia-
hours after high tide and within two Have Made

I : R. S. MALEY, Daytona, (J.' A. DREKA & CO., DeLand, hours of high tide. Florence Tides M. of Kingsley.The Barnegat. Tom GrogamF. :1

Hopkinson Smith.

t.. ; 1 IRELAND & McCALL, New Smyrna.! the.What electric is light Lily plant.Water? Call '.at Jaik The: London.Call of the Wild, Before \dam- A Reputation of .

I -- --- -= : 'Fashioned
:: The Romance of an Old 1m f
<<&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AA***.*****.************ : *******************************************a.*******
h. << Gentleman-F. Hopkinson Smith.

f' FrontagRicer.the Moleruimprovements El*l trie Lights and :: f THE HOWARD i The Garland.Long Trail, Money Magic-Hamhn Their Own. E

t to I : That Printer of t'dell's, The Shepherdof J
: All Modern Improvements. New Dining; loom Added J the Hills-Harold Wright.
: The of the San :Mateo Cigar is 4f f
: ; SCHMIDT'S HOTEL : : Cuisine Unexcelled The Garden of Allah, The Call of the success one -

fr.. iI. t : The Howard has large parlors, broad verandas, spacious lawns; is Blood, Barbary Sheep-Robert Hichens. the greatest industrial triumphs. of the EastCoasf\.t > ,
4t Formerly Schmidt's Villa : ; centrally located, a few rods from the Halifax River, on Volusia The House of a Thousand Candles, F ,

HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors, *: ; avenue, the main thoroughfare from the depot; five minutes walk ** The Port of Missing Men-M.Nicholson! since the freeze. -> :?

. to Postoffice, stores, etc. Is first-class and homelike. J Morchester-Charles Dachet. ;.,
The Divine Fire-May Sinclair. Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peWl= 4
... f Prices Keassonable. Special Hates by the Month or Season *
:ii. .: : Silas PrisJnerslary Strong-Irving Cholmondlcy.Bacheller. sofa o![ Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce. and WI'IP-J !

t. Home Table Delightful : : JOHN C. HOWARD Proprietor. \ The Treasures of Heavin-Marie red i with.!the rich, silky leaf grown,on East Coast plantation,')

.. Reasonable Rates Sunny Room J Corelli. the cigar industry of the world has never produced Letter good. ..

" " '" "*** *"M' ,." :| ..,."y.y.y".y" .......************************** Friday the Thirteenth-Thomas Law- )
M .For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union ". -:,::
- **** **"***y** ****44"N N**A************************ son. Xews :i
AAAAAAAAA'AAAAAAAAA*********************************. Sophy Krovonia-Anthony Hope. Company on every train entering Florida. r.

;f. i f "THE PINES Accomodates NEW HOUSE.Fifty. :. I THE BENNETT i Knight Running of Water Cumberland-A. E.-John W. Watson.Fox Jr. Twenty sizes, styles and grades to select) from. 'J J1'OW
: All Conveniences.Rates : *3
; By Right Divine-Wm. Sage.
r Situated on that celebrated thoroughfare, Ridgewood Avenue : SALE BY ALL DEALS S. :
TheClironulesof Rebecca-Kate D.
: $2.50 Per Day and Up. Special by Month i
>* Equipped with all modern improvements. Rooms en suite, with : \\iggm. Manufactured By .' ,.;
An Attractive house with large and airy rooms,hot and cold water through the : J and without baths. AlLwhite help. Gentlemen's smoking and : The Second ent'ration-Da'id: G. -
bOUH.lUJpbur or salt water bathe,electric furnace
lights beat and telephone .
; Borne of the pleasant feature of Tht Pines" are It.sideverandasand Its Roof reading rooms adjoin the handsome sun parlor and spacious offire. Phillips.The S. W. ROWLEY SAN MATItO. -
Garden,affording a fine vl few of the country, river and ocean. : Giant's Strength-Basil King. rLOIUDA rn
"ThePlnea"I..ttnatedonSouth Rldgewood. the highest avenue In Pnytona t
: Rooms single or en suit*,with or without prI ate hathOPEN' :. Open from December 1 to May l. : The Mayor's Wife-Anna K. (:rne -. .
: Bud ? {l. ..lulll.JI.IJlulllllJill.1 _
t -Neil Munroe.
. f rRO.H NOVmBEk: TO : I
HAY 1. : Terms on Application + Alice for Short-W. 1) Morgan.
r. t MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress. The Opened Shutters C. I* B nrn-
ift I ALBERT BENNETT, Proprietor. j ham. '
t 338 South Rldgew od Avenue e DAYTONA, FLA.NNetNNNM. tMfm Through the Eye of a \eerlle-lV.: D. Norman S.
I ..*.********][YYYJtl "f" ''.'''''''''' '''***..*.*..******.******
The Spoilers-Rex Beach.: *
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r. The Power Lot 1'.
." I THE CLEVELAND Magnolia Avenue, I A new stone and frame structure. Neither a boarding FLORIDA house nor pre I The house. of Defence-E. .F. B'in,>n. I: REAL ESTATE.Care .
Opposite Postoffice. : cisely hotel, though combining all the modem conveniences and up-to- The Do<< date accommodations of the latter but intended to be in the nature of an ConKtan W. Churchill.
' S. B. GREEN, Proprietor. I : elegant private home for the travelling public. )Located in the midst of a The Wheel of Life-Ellen Glasgow.: of pii|>erty. I 1st door south of postoffi<'e. W V'.,H. ED-
f block, 5 minutes' walk from the beach. Terms $3.00 per day. :Special:;
Xew House. New Furniture. Steam Heat. Sanitary Plumb : rates for the season or for parties. A Rock in the Baltic-Robert Barr. MOXDSOXManager. Daytona, Fla. Plans. Estimates and

ing. Gas Lighted. Everything Up-to-Date. I ........................................ I Doc Gordon M. W. Freeman. SnlJ'>rintenllen'e. Lumber yard, Magnolia Avenue andF.

Rooms Only. 1 louse Now Open for 190708. :........etf.eti...........................................I Xorman The Cruise Duncan of the Shining I.ight- I E.! C. Railway. Phones at office, yard and residence. '

Open all the\esslyFurnished FacellentNorthern: TalIf' The reading room is large and pleasant -
Tt'rmll. to 110 per meek. .

f. CENTRAL AUTO OARAGE. ; The Glenn MRS. ELLA II. GLENN, Proprietress, i\ ,I [found"on, and the the tables latest free magazines of charge.can be I -:........-......................................
; 315 N. Beach St., Daytona, Fla. Established
Charging Plant. Cars Stored. Gasoline, Batteries, Cylinder Oils I Visitors are always welcome. I :IIyean. Our Prices Right-Machinery fat, Bttt.PORTABLE .
.C* j Centrally Located Facing the Halifax River. i .. .
r* : T,;.
1 Repairing Promptly Attended To. I 1 With Boating and Fishing almost at tile DrmrTHE : lHr:t Publication July) I : SAW MILL OUTFITS d _

lN.Ntti.f.e11NNN...............N......N.H N Notice Application for Final. I : the ,
3. .. Discharge. best on eatCu. EaJ141
.. ************************** *********ww"flt .*".w*.f....* and Bolleri aLdall klndlrt._
: r '! .................................................. R e In County In and Jutlge'aCourt fur I wood working machinery ml
MORGAN Volusta County, -" Supplies w. earn)
The II AVENUES. riorltl : -- large stock and can utt
Ivy Lane Inn II It In the Matter of the.Estate: Immediate .
An elegant house with of James II.(>rooer.NOTICE ihlpmenC jTtMALSBY
new Steam Heat Electric Lights, Bath, Sanitary :
J Plumbing, Pleasant Surroundings, etc. Within three minutes walk of the J : dale Is hereby.toit given that tit months Write today for our illustrated catalogues. We can '
i :on the save .
Enlarged and Improved depot. postoffice, stores and rhurt('hes. One block from Ferry and River January.A. !>.,lMw I: .or at noon eighth thereafter day as of : Complete line carried io 8tock. Address aU you money
Iran Iw heard. 1 111'111 lettela to
make my noel return
\ J J administrator the Estate of Jame \ 41 Seats. F.U1t.' "' .
: MRS. B. P. SMITH Proprietress. B. : COMPANY t..t. "
I With Increased .rooverdeceased,to the .,
Facilities in All Departments will be able in still Honorable l J J.1t'Crory.I'ouoty ATLANTA,
} Judge of VolustaCounly. .N....................... .; .
larger degree to please and satisfy those who desire refined 1 Y***..*****************.**************************** and Florida approved.and ask and that a the tlnal saute discharge tie allowed be ..............

r ; elegance as well as All Comforts and Conveniences 'I ..................................................N granted roe ai JAMKs such administrator' A. iKOOVhR.; k ..
t. Thlsiuly 0. IJH-' Admlnlitrator

;;.-',r Open from November to May. : Bond Lumber Company Notice of Final Discharge. I I I .DLL

WAI. W. FOLTZ MANUFACTURERS: OF Notice is hereby given that the undersigned i 'I'h
executors of the estate of J. 11. ;
ROUGH AND DRESSED Niver will on the first day of
eNN1S! i.................1......................... PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER \. ... A. D. 1908, present their final February account, fXPRfSS'>< '
as such executors
to the honorable
, ..... .........................+ County Judge of Volusia Count, nor PREPAID
:.' Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime I ida and ask for a final dwharee.&
; ," MMMfHOTEL This Aug. 1st,
and Cement in Stock. Office and Yardi: >:utr<'ai 1907.IDA
DESPLAND j Railway and Orange Avenue L. NIVER
:\IILL.I i-Bolid Mill,Atlantic Coast Sine Ry.,Hsu mile.south of Jacksonville.
Executors. /!!
: Kalamazoo on Sanford Krancb tbtl K E.C. By. i to

DAYTONA, FLORIDA. Phone 83 R. J. MALBY. Manager. I Notice to Non-Resident.r I R u8 I IWNISKE (

t................................................... In Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial CirftLf.H I DOlDflIVUct
. .. "The Favorite." Steam Heat nd'1' in and fur Volusia 1
.tt' ri..iiiiWi.WiYi idiiiidiitlYtisYirr'IirYtilNitYliiNirYrWitlriisY4iiirisitA. ; Catherine}, Cltant. 'ery. w se .n,, :
E. S
D. rtcBRIDBPrcsldeat F.N.TONRAD ;
t. Open for the Season 1007-08 under management of }> Cashier -i n.F. Schopf $

i a: To Augustus F. Schopf. ,

;:. i L. M.. WAITE, Owner and Proprietor. I i f MERCHANTS BANK |E the You Bill are of hereby Complaint required fiiled to appear|herein'to t'I HAS.r

against you in the \
4Brine V.lusia Cousty Bank) :|:j entitled cau e COMPANY\
..........................NH/....................... : | on or before the 3rd day ff February ; !
------h_ ___ __ : Oapital Stoch............................................| 50.00J | A. i,19o .tI1FNGl'PARST RREII'L1 G CO. '

. I'h | Personal Liability........................ ............... 100,000 |I; designated The Daytona as the Gazette-News is hereby 1 Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis i 66 WhhTACKSOXYILLRj I .
newspaper in
5 TraoMCU a General Banking Business. ||E EI this order shall be published which i Sand for Price List- i
Uotel. week for once a -
City four --
I 4 per cent. Interest Compounded Quarterly I Paid on I }Vitnesa 20th dayJofnSeCUthewetksthis hand and seal)-of office I :..........-....... .... -

i December, A. 1). 1907. .
Savings Accounts. | SAM'L MAL'Lo'RY1LINES
OPEN ALL THE YEAR Dy n. P. IfAYLIX, Deputy l1t-rk., Clf'rk.

Safety Deposit Boxes for Re&f FITZGERALD S OATEs:

it.'" 1. ,t.T ELECTRIC LIGHTS. 'yp4rmskl W..y Rt .sMkJlMkM4P4MtsM1NMNM.. # '.'!HN..wm..' WAWV'W> -Solicitor- --for- -Complainant------! : I'
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ELECTRIC BELLS. ....N............................................N Notice to Non-Resident.

1 Hot Table and First-Class Cold Baths : J. B. GARRISON :. Circuit In Circuit of Florida Court, in, and:Seventh; for Judicial 1'olusi 1 SPECIAL PASS EHGER-EXPRESS j'j'i
'. -- i A close examination of electric. : John County. In Chanct-ry. i STEAMSHIPS.
Hedgemanxs I
I al work finished and charged for : argest and most thoroughly
GEO. H. MATTHEWS i S passenger I'tt'am..bipl' on the.
from this !i
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PROPRIETOR. and honorably we transact our : To Julia Hedgeman NO OVERCROWDING J
business. Electrical repairs receive You are hereby required to I : Important STATEROOM8AREPOSITrVELYGrABANTKED

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************************** who employ us never worry about 2 on or before you In the the above entitled faue I curing all past'en Ire r a individual the eating caPJlCity of Dining Halls, thullI'I I I
3rd enif'e
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day :
of attf'ntion. .
our charges, and they know before A. D., 1908. February,4 I IIASSEXGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE

CIA'AAA"A"AAUAU. : engaging us that our workmanship : "Daytona Gazette-News" is hereJ ? S: I.O\nST: (RATES See Schedule of ships in Florida Times-Cnfon.l EVERY TUntSD.\Y.) [ I

DAYTO! A..FLORIDA.i : will be the hest.j5 : designated this order as the newspaper in which I t IndudingdeliRhtfol TO NEW YORK AXnLL POINTS XORTH( ,.

i : for four consecutive once a wee k D.YLIGllT 8.\11. through the
Electric FAMOUS
Lights, Furnace' Heat a'eeks. SEA ISL.\XIJ8."
]: and all modern conveniences. j5- Daytona Electric Witness hand : Through tickets sold to all
: : Co. and seal Northern
t this 18th day of office .rl'gardln;attra.rtiols. points. For full intormattoe
: MRS. CELESTE' MINKS, Proprietress. : SAM of'L.December, A. I)., 1907., tickets,..te'.. apply to offered by no other line;dia gram.s. riser ratioah
.. : 232 South Beach U. JORDAN, l1erk. :
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't' ..... ... .................................-...NS??..-...........: F.Solicitor 1V.; POPE for, Complainant Deputy, Clesl:. : IRON1\IONGER Assistant Gee Oeneral 1 P"MnRer, Jr.Agent Jacksonville 122 West Bay,Florida.street

..............>.H...Clark, Local Agent, Daytona }'la..

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