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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 18, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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19, No. 34 a... Everywhtre. Keachei All CI..u.E' l Daytona, Florida, Saturday, January 18, 1908. Beit A'nr&l.lnc Medluoi. tn Daytona and Ylela",. Price 5 Cents

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I CYCLONE AT |JTHE CLEVELAND WILL I NOTLLOV

: Don't Fail to See the : l

HOLLY HILL. GRAYS COMING. RULES CHANGED/; BARNES the Novelty MaD I

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Pictures i
Moving RRk 1: lr. *.It kilk: .

During the Thunder Storm of Last Major Foster's Former Battalion, the Stanley and Ross, Contestants for the !| I SELLS EVERYTHING. !
Peck Block, foot of South Bridge.a .
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: Saturday Small Cyclone Cut Path Famous Cleveland Orays, Will Dewar Trophy Refuse to Allow 1
Pictures changed Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays. : I Especially Stationery, Fishing Tackle Crockery,

a See lire Alligator in window. : Through Center of Town. Visit Daytona Race Week. Rules to be Amended.It j a Glassware, Fancy Confectionery, Souvenir Post : i

Last Saturday morning opened with at t 1 The famous Cleveland Grays, one of is possible that the race for the Cards Talking Machines Dolls, Toys and Notions. : 1.

: Admission 1 10 cents. : drizzling rain which steadily increased t( the crack military organizations of the Sir Thomas Dewar International I .
: until it was a regular downpour and at {J world, will visit Daytona the first week Automobile Trophy will not take place BARNESWill

........1.1.1.1...1.1.1.............S..1.1...1.1.1.tiN about half past eight residents of Holly j in March. Major A. B. Foster, commodore on the Ormond-Daytona Beach, Florida I II a :
Hill at various points noticed two black i, of the Halifax River Yacht Club I during the meeting promoted by the : also frame your Pictures, sharpen your Saws, :

.......... ......................................... clouds approaching each other/I a rapid i and president of the Florida East Coast \utomobileClubofAnierica. In the Knives, Scissors, Lawn Mowers Etc., and will : J
rate, one coming from til- /ouch the 1: Automobile Association, was for years I Announcements and entry blank by the
other from the east Tne /ushed together -I|in command of this famous organization alter body its stated that all cars entering repair almost! anything that is out of whack. : J

i THE E CIAS. E. GARDINER CO. i! in the southwest aill instantly" I and it is needless to say that Daytona fur the International: Mile n war In Fact r. j
for Want Remember
formed a cyclone which cut a path I will accord its members a warm wel I Trophy must first of all take part in a Any ;

.* diagonally through the incorporationfrom ; come. hundred mile event and show a speed of .

outhwest to northeast, the centerof j Tire Cleveland Leader discusses the : sixty miles per hour.
the funnel-shaped cloud plunginginto I Grays' excursion at length. Under: flar- I The holder of the trophy the Stanley BARNES :

{ Dry Goods. I the,river near the Holly Hill post-I ing headlines, Grays Will See Great I Motor Carriage Company, of Massachusetts a i 1

office. Most of the damage was done at Auto Race, the Leader says: (whose:: driver Fred Marriott won I: THE NOVELTY MAN. I

Z. this point and southward to I. M. Mab- i' "The Cleveland Grays have made : the trophy at the lost competition in S .

bette'son the river front. West of changes in the schedule of their trip to Florida and which Is now held under : 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. I t

I Phone 102, Anthony Block, : Front street there seems to have been | Florida and Havana to give the party bonll by the Stanleys) refuse to allow 1
i the rules be amended .o..a.1...1.1.1.1.....................1......./ills/
j \ practically no damage to houses although | more time at Ormond-Daytona to witness t< us: suggest: ) by 1
in some rases outbuildings and the great automobile wcontest\ the Automobile Club of America. The
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I DAYTONA FLORIDA. fences were overturned and much tim- to be held there in March. trustees of the trophy seem to lie pow- 1

ber broken off. Bert Heacock's cottageon I "When the itinerary of the trip was rle.ss in the matter as clause five of

..................................................... the Daytona avenue frontage of W. made up, the races were planned for a the deed of gift is as follows: "The contest -
II. Edmondson's property was lifted J: later date, but the Automobile Club of shall be open to any and all cars of
....1...1...1.1...1.....1.....1...1..1.....1...... S from the foundation and carried several I,i America changed the time of, the meet weights within the International Classi- Norman S. DaytonLUMBER. (

feet westward, with Mrs. Hcacock and in order to take advantage of better fication, regardless of power or countryof

little daughter: in it at the time tide conditions and because the first manufacture.

I Groceries ? On the river front to the south, the i i week in March is the height of the The last clause of thirteen \is as

first house that sustained damage was i i Florida reason. The weather is at its follows; "The Board of Trustees shall ;

i that of I. M. Mabbette, where some i i best and the largest number of northernvisitors have power to decide all matters not .
specifically covered these condi- lj
large forest trees standing near the are there. by 1
NOW YOU house were blown againrt the building,!I I "When the change wad announced, ions." This would indicate that the Yard, Magnolia Avenue and F. E. C. Railway. Also
5 ARE TALKING!
: the decided make their in Dewar Trophy occupies much the
: somewhat damaging the roof and doing j Grays to stay very Plans, Estimates and Superintendence. Real Estate office ,
| Layt.na two days on account of the same position as the American Cup does, {
other minor The milk house
injury. great interest in the exciting races. the rules for which competition the 1st door south of [P. 0. W. II. EDMOJiDSOX: Manager, !
i That's Business. was also blown down. The brick chim-
My ney on this house is still standing although !- Major A. B. Foster,an honorary mem- trustees seemingly cannot change to [Daytona) Florida. Phones at office, yard and residence.

iS hundred block of '| hereof the organization, whose winter meet the wishes of Sir Thomas Lipton's jj
a pound concrete -
I take in )] for order and
pleasure calling : riends.
jour i home the
was lifted from its top and hurled I is in Daytona, is president of j
: delivering promptly what you want. :ily Stock : into the back yard. 1! Florida East Coast Automobile Association Lewis S. Ross, who was the first II

: ia always fresh and fine and your trade will : Xext on the north to suffer was the | which has a large clubhouse: on theI winner of the Dewar Trophy in .I
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beach where the to start. 903() has built a special car to
: be highly appreciated and well taken care of. : residence of W. II. Edmondson, where I races are competefor .111111111111.1.11111NN.11.....1..NN.1..N.NNN a
{ "Arrangements have been made for a the trophy this year so has the Stan-
: Phone ma your wants. : the roof on the south side of the house : i
stop at the battlefield of Stone river on leys and when building them had the
was loosened and on the northeast 1
i the way south. The stop at Lookout rules for the competition before them. i
corner a portion was carried away, in- I mm GROCERY co. I ;
mountain, Missionary: ridge and Chickamauga Mr. Itoss declares he will not agree for a .
i S. W. CARROLL E eluding the upper part of the p'rt'h.Xo I
will be made on the return trip. change in the rules especially as he has .
i a material damage occurred from I "The lengthening of the time at Daytona spent a lot of money in building cars to
this point north to the E. G. Harris I will not interfere with the four meet the requirements of the rules governing : (Successor E. T. Conrad & Co.) i :

The North Beach st Grocer. :'property, occupied by W. H, Heath and I days stay in Havana. Several guests I the trophy. : .

family. Here the brick chimney was have arranged to accompany the Grays, I I --- i
Telephone] No. 19. :'I destroyed and a number of window i I but the list is not yet completed I i Carry a Full and Complete
lights broken. Adjoining this ou the In Memoriam. .
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an store building, Exhibits Wanted. I The following memorial of I). II.Kocbersporger i Line of Plain and FancyGROCERIES-; i .
I of which was blown out. A little further : treasurer of Cook
1 ,?yr... A Matter of Essential Importance I II north at the residence of G. W. Harris, The officials of the Citizens' Leagueare Illinois
County, was recently adopted -
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0 the brick chimney was toppled over on collecting exhibits of various kinds
to householder, sanitation and ; b y the Press Club of Chicago. Deceasedwas ; tr
;1 tary every equipment should receive the zani-I the roof in a solid piece and about a I for the display which the League is preparing a brother of II, L. Kochersperger, I

,./, I possible attention; and when new dozen window lights were broken, in ( for the Mid-Winter Exposition; to of Seabreeze"It i a f ;
one case the whole sash being blown be held in Jacksonville from January
i' j is not those who die that suffer.
.' I ing is to be installed only a plumber of the .
out. I lath to April loth, IMS, as described
When death to whom
highest; repute, and one who keep with j comes one we
.t o up
I. t l the latest Improvements, should be employI At the next place the postotfice and !j 1 I' in this paper recently. It is desired to have known as a friend and leads him i CLOVER HILL BUTTER i
S 'I'! ed. If you have this subject under consideration residence ot Mrs. II. A. Carter the brick ,have as fine an exhibit as possible of the over the border of life into the misty I : .

i 4 ti a consultation with the undersigned chimney! was torn down and in falling I. agricultural: products of this section, Beyond, our hope for hint Is rest and Z Z '

will he l of the greatest valueD4YTONA + broke through the roof and a number I and the League officials will be very peace, but we feel that out of our own '
i iY of window panes were broken. Here i glad for extra fine clusters of grapefruit lives has gone something that had made : The Conrad Grocery Company i ii

the wind forced an entrance at the rear I oranges, kumquats, tangerines, the sunlight more golden to our eyes
of the house on the ground floor and cut etc., as well as any interesting curiosities and rendered less heavy the burden of i E. T. Conrad & Co's. old stand. i

t! PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. I great capers in the interior, blowiug the j that would add to the attractive living. And! while we acquiesce in the .1N...111111111111111111111111.1.1.NN111..NNNN
of the be made
:doors from their hinges, rolling up thecarpets I ness display to by Day- decree that called him away, we caDnot.SUpprt.ss .
I c .rawrc Phone 64ft I and rugs: smashing lamps, !', tona, Seabreeze and Daytona: Beach. the thrill of sorrow that rises
chinaware, etc. A lock in one of these It is also planned to have growing in from the heart to the lips when thoughtsof ........."...........................O............

f ft N....... ++++-++--*+N-- -.-1-.N- -.-NNNN---/- II TUOUl.5t.ol'll'd at twenty minutes of 1 boxes, as a part of Dajtona's exhibit, the missing friend floats into our consciousness -I
nine which was no doubt the time at :| some celery lettuce, eggplant, peppers, !< i Transfer & StaMe

Ask for the Bread I which! the storm was venting its fury on |I cauliflower, Bermuda onions, and other "The roll of our dead has grown apace j j Daytona Livery

the premises __ I j' vegetables that are grown to such per- since we I'la..et.le.n the blank sheet the :
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tit North of Mrs. CartcrV, and last on i' fcction here.Everyone. name of the first pilgrim of the Press'' C. E. Johnston. Proprietor,
with the stamp of : should do everything within
I which received Club into the unknown land. Could we
.. the IM of houses damage -
......,.:.... ;! his power to make our exhibit the equal with those I have the best livery in the
: is that of Rev. U. B. :Stuart Martin, i re-people our rooms who now
of any,other section: of the State. It is ) city with white drivers who
i live in memory alone, there would be ,
now occupied by Mrs. 11 (1. Merkel and I
'j) I j I repotted) that Sanford has raised a fund scant for those of who left.They familiar with all roads
i ilh/IlId11111jt1 MNA family, which had a |>ortu n of the roof ; room us are are
/ Daytona Bakery :1 of 10,000( ( to make and maintain its dis and
were, they are not but who
; on the south of the building torn away. : play. ; 1 LOOK FOR THE
t Xorth of this no e'll*(' al damage occurred shall say they do not live in the
."."" although trees were blown down :, This U a matter of great importance ence of their I lives on all with! iDftU-1 Silver Tipped Rigs.

.-i: H. E QUIGG I I'Ie I far north as the canal. < to the three towns represented .by the they were associated ,
.'!'.,.... ".f" f homCSC'kers will "On the roll arc the names of many -::::::::;;;. Phone 27, opp. Public School.
1 "tifiJ.i anchored
: Just north of the canal was ,
visit the and the characterof
-.r.. :}:.t l:.':' i 1 the new launch belonging: to C. F. i! exposition whose labor\ und thought had much to I ...................Nt ...... ... ..... .. ...
: the exhibits will\ in
a large measure
i r-:1i.".. Proprietor. do with shaping the destiny of the Club

iNNN. I Wethercll and A. Richards and this j i determine.where these i eoi>le will 10i 113 it i.i today; many whose mere presence I ...................................................
.............. ...... ...............4.*.+....* boat wa picked bodily from the water 'i cate. Da) tona, pox cssing; more natural among us was a !source of pleasure; I
and turned bottom up smashing the j' Ld\'ant&gesanJattractions and richer t I. OPEN SHOP Magnolia Avenue j< >
'l and anion; them was none more worthyof
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lands than other of
vegetable any part our kind remembrance than 1). II. '
W'thert'1I1IaJ just returned with the I the State, will secure a large; number (If ochen-perger. rest and be I
N. ERICKSON : May
t a ai boat from the head of the river the I peace
these settlers if I W. H. WRIGHT & SON
|people as permanent our his in the home that our hopes made
before and had left cook- I
night bedding,
| Cabinet Maker. Wood WorKer. : ; display docs us justice. for him when\ he was taken from our I
ing utensils and other things aboard
: Secretary Rieman of the League, who cirilc." I

i Picture Frames, Poor and Window Screens made to order. : and he, with his little son Tom. and is preparing the exhibit, requests that i Painting.
George comers were putting off in a I
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we urge upon all who are able to contribute -
i Cottage Aven ue, DA\TONA, FLA. .= row boat to unload th. launch when the anything of merit for this pur- Of Benefit to the East Coast. I Dm> )rating
weather caused them to
4......N................. ************************** threatening pose to advise him promptly of that The Pictorial Edition of the Dayton: I Z
turn back. They recovered some :i fact, a* the time U fast approachingwhen Gazette-News is before$, and The Sun I'llIerhangingVest /
things, but the two boxeof oranges
the exposition| will open. desires to extend iU heartiest congratulations -'

PUMPS P If you are thinking =- i and much other stuff was lost. ---- to the publishers, the Gazette- ews i, I \ of Kid gewood avenue Daytona, Florida
The dock in front of E. L. Howard'swas
Should' Be Highly Appreciated.The Company of which T. E. Fitzgerald w
of heating damaged some at the landward end, the able editor, for its completeness.The j ...... .4..,..............S...................... .... :
your 1'ictonal Edition of the '
Daytona
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of the
while that in front postoffice was Gazette-News: is not only a fine piece work contains sixty-four pages be- : 1.1111111111..11111.111.1111111111111111N11NN.1
THAT home or your hotel entirely stripped of the planking. of work that docs credit to its publish tween covers, is profusely illustrated : .J n. HltRloJ .1

Cabbage palmetto trees were twistedoff ers, but should be highly appreciated with elegant halftone engravings and .
see us, we are i by the powerful wind and many 1 by the i people of Daytona and vicinity : contains several pages of rcminiscensesand : .-' A close examination of electrical : :
I work finished and charged for
strange and freakish things occurn.'l1.but : history which are indeed ill tel'e.=t- :
in the business. I with the exception of a slight cut as: it is such publications as this that arc ing. This work covers not only Day. : ) from this shop shows bow squarely :
PUMP of great assistance in advertising, and 1
on the head received by a colored man tons but the peninsula Daytona Beach : and honorably transact'our :
l We sell the best line at work for E. L. Howard no personwas materially assisting in the advancement and Seabreeze as well and is destinedto Lusir.' -,. Electrical repairs re-

injured, \\'hidll't"ems almost; mirac of a town. The numerous illustrations prove of great benfit to that beautiful Z :..\;.. .tpcual: < attention. Those Z
of Hand and Power ulous. in the book will make it of special interest section of the East Coast a-i an advertising : { _(o .m Joy us never worry about i
to prospective: \' tfc by these .
medium. The book is work :jr: a
Pumps ever offered} in ; pictures, he will be able to form pretty; of typographical and intellectual art, : engaging us that our works

i I fFt-K RENT-Seaside cottages, completely accurate idea of this East Coast resort and can be appreciated by those who : f tranship: will be the best. Z
Daytona for the money.i The Gazette-Xews Company are to be .
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furnished from
to 11 love the artistic and the t beautiful, .
rooms, latter suitable for boarding : congratulated: upon the. excellence of Gainesville; Sun. : Daytona Electric Co. Z
Pipe Fittings of i this Pictorial Edition.-Tropical Sun,
house toilets some electric lighted. ;r -
West Palm Death.8Rieman ---- -
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Inquire Cherokee cottage; opposite fFua :-5\u-\s I traveling .
all kinds. wiud mill board walk. Seabreeze.tf :am now .....................................................
on Vegetable Land Specialist and wish to locate nearer the

can show you land that will center of env-territory ,I offer at a .111.............................................NZ ..

&Cutten raise :3 crops a year and earn $1000;; low figure all or any part of my

BRASS Staples \Ve will secure for you bottom per acre annually: has demonstrating property comprising 2 dwellings 1 BUTLER WILSON EiiE.: i

prices on lumber and other building farm to prove it and show you store. 1 cor. lot on Bay and Beach wi

s materials. No receives : how tf streets, suitable for business;: : hotelor for Sale Rent. Life Fire and Accident Insurance. :
f e_, CENTRAL AUTO GARAGE, one graftson I opera house and a 9-acre) farm, Z Cottages or ,

Phone 20.( your purchase. Xorman S. Dayton ) See Pi i EM\'. The Real Estate Man see any real estate tnan ur J E. i : Plane: 21: DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. i

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THE PUBLISHED DAYTONA EVERY GAZETTE-NEWS SATURDAY located The Young therein.Ladies' Club met atBanks' Mrs. '' BROKEN LOT SHOE SALE A t' :. :r :" "


i pleasant home on the Halifax BIimsS ANJ PIOrfSSION
T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor Saturday evening and had as usualelegant an I ;.

time. Salads and coffee were


THE*:-" GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY served.Mrs. a E. Redfield her daughter:;J! THE GLOBE. C C. BOHANNON fitzgerald &: Gates,

(INCORPORATED) Dorothy, and friends, Mr. and Mrs E. I

R, Chapman, of WDmette, HI arrivedat Physician and SurgeonOffice Attorneys at Law:

the Seaside Inn on the Sth inst., and I Commencing Jan. 25
| [Entered at the Postoffice at Florida today ending Saturday Special J Aitea two "
Daytona, as Second Class Matter. are guests at this pleasant hostelry for over the Atwood Pharmacy, toPerfecting F.y.QIDc

the I Land TiUea. ,
'- season. Fla.
teach street, Daytona,

SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1908 i t In( making room for Spring stock we find Telephone No. 'I L Conrad Block. DA YTOXA.n.f


.......................... ......................... Ormond. i: a number of small lots which we will closeout I I. H.H.SEELYE.A.APhysician \. Crr P.Ti dU Bets>
: Ormond, Jan. 15Geo.
A. Purdie
has
i returned from his northern home in at the following prices: lANDIS & HSU .
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Seabreeze and Daytona Beach I:: insularoad.Massachusetts to the bungalow on Pen i and Surgeon. Attorneys at Law

i 1) Special attention given to Electrical ._
MRS. ". A. BERNARD Editor. : C. Merton Haskell and Jonas B. Rob Ladies' $1.50, $?.00, $2.50 and $3 Shoes treatment and Mechanical methods. PracUetof, ClYIJ in Crtmioal all State and r


........ ...... .. .A.- -._ ......... ..... .. ..AA.y..AA... ._ ._ "_ .. .. ..J:: bought erson the of Dr.Worcester Wood place, Mass.on the, have To- for f $1.25 per pair. I &10:30 127 So.and Rldgewooti 1330. Phone Are.85.Hours i for ease InTttUfatlnc fal attention."- 'j,HpoclaJ perf Flag tmaUaaj/ tad[rasa

3eabreeze/laD. -Dr. Terwiffiger,I Nichols was here four leans and moka and propose to open a truck farm -=-
who conductedj.tne: Clarendon drugstore I made ago on the hammock lands of that vicinity. laaae a.Stewart Ec10rf
many friends during her stay. Men's $2.50 $3.00 and $3.50 i DR.d.E. RAWLIXGS By]
last winter, arrived from BrooklynThW'Jday Rev. Spencer The death of Dr. Idler occurred 00.. high top !:
preached :
to a good congregation STEWART &
ELY
afternoon. I at the Glenview church ; Monday afternoon at his home on the j j and : ,:
Sunday
t g. S. Pierson, his wife and [daughters, afternoon. The singing beach. Arrangements were made last I oxford Shoes at $2.00. j Physician &: Surgeon.I!

arrived from Newark'N;J., last Thursday good and the services was exceptionally week to remove him to the hospital at 4 i Lawyers ;J
much
tive home and.are established in their* attrac joyed. -- en St.the Augustine but he worse ami One lot of Men's high top $2.00 and $2.50 I: Dr. Railing's office over GlUe'e I Office next door to Bank Buildup]
CherokeelRose Halifax plan
on : was given Funeral !
DeLand FloridaTITLES
News comes of the marriage rf Miss I up. serviffs 1 drug store, Beach street. j I i "1
avenue. Edith. were held Wednesday mornicg :, Shoes _
Courtright and Newell Van at $1.50. -
Mr. and Mrs. aid, I :
J [Ralph Wilcox took i lie interment was made at Or :
Bergen Jan. ,
on 8th at the home
of th-
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tui, E. L. STEWART t INSUREDVnJuJn
possession .their pretty Inew cottage rin i
bride's father in Carbondale Pa. Tl.. _
t on the river front Wednesday, and area \ J'/JZt" =Sliiras and family have .
arrived and Countybstract. [Inrstm.at
f are prominent young rumple ..f :J ., Phvsirian Suraeon'
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happy to be located is Beautiful 'iwi are in their home
City
place. V Miss: Cvurtrigit on the beautiful1'itinul.tdrive. and Title Insurance Company r
as the residents are to)have {It them here. torN.r. A nephew, Mr. I !Special attention to disease of the
here two year:igo !.-. i Rey- Eye Ear Throat and .Nose. Office Abstracts furnlsbfld and 11""p.rf.eti
Mrs. B. W. Woodward, mother of B. 0. I n. Mis i their guest and Mrs. Call f'cI. M.oI. "'.r. and Blue Prints
Wetherby, aad the: n-w4! "r': .- .- a and residence No. 101 Magnolia; cor- .j "lIfId. Bert Slob. Pn-s;Care. .op."
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D. Woodward arrived from Kansas City interest to the rr.a"1rr f'"l I I- j-n. n....:0 i r N expected: soon. npr Palmetto telephone 82. I' rusty and Teas Oppcnlle.olu.IJIADd1l"... Cs,,
and is at home at Rose Castle f<>r the i during her suy. Mis Ronbright and niece, Miss Finn, offlcv bourns, m. lo e p m. !j I Pant, I'efand Fla" .

winter.J. I art to spend the winter at Wayside I --- -- -

D. Wilcox arrived from I I?...1.::.. i ( D. D. &
u WOI''t'5tf'r.1 G. A. KLOCK j C. It\. ROGERS
->. r., and wuispena the .inter .wiin Daytona Beach, Jan. 15-H. C. Wilson Mrs. Worthy is again occupying her ; MOTORSATISFACTION. I I

his IOn, J. Ralph Wilcox and wife. Las drawn out: of the firm of Butler, cottage near the hotel and is expecting (. ( ;i Physician and Surgeon I i Civil Engineers

W. E. Earl and John Gifum have Wil"OIl.Co.., and the business will Miss Sullivan as her guest, also a daughter **p* lal attention given to IHwa-M's wf I

taken rooms at C. C. Gillett's on Halifax hereafter.be conducted under the firm and granddaughter: to spend the | the! Eycand Flttlogor r.la"H'L 1.T? H<.. .I ()?.)f't'S |(DAYTONA and

avenue for the season. name of Butler & Co. winter ."Every'Pfjct/cdJrMw tRealized" Idgewooil, phone 2-.. Office boon II1 -* MIAMI FLA.
John Hunt has Mrs. Pinkerton 'I 1 to ;p.m ,e;.10 to&OI' p. in
done much to impro'eand Mr. Howard and who has been
family arrived from con- Daytona Office Established
f I D\YTOXA. rt.M. ..\. 1875 .
beautify his home on the Halifax Beldicg, Mich., 1 Saturday and hate fined to her room for some time with a t

since coming into possession of his leased one of the Beardsley broken rib, is again able to be about. -
: JOSIE
I cottages on The ROOERS, M. D.
.
:J property. The past week cement walks Mitchell avenue for the remainder of Miss Ella Foulke returned last week "Automatic"Perfect ) 11 A. BERNARD

have been laid from the avenue to the I j the season. Mr. Howard calyjstays from an extended trip north, and u 1 lomeopathic Physician I solicit subscriptions
and businessfor
front and side entrances and other work i long enough to locate his family before I with Mrs. Hall at Rest Cottage. power for all marine work. Made
in
Xo the
}. of grading and finishing that greatly II I'returaing I 'north.f Mrs. Anna Wardwell is a guest at the st>les-slow speed, heavy duty and yacht engines.two 453 North Beach Street. Times-Union. It

improves the property. I'}f Ralph Hoover, of Boyne home of Mrs. Stimson. Prices and Catalog No. 19 on application. Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and 6:00 i TIMES-UNION BUREAU,
.- City, Mich,, Write '
Charles Koet has just finished a fine I who came south with ,,Mr. ,Beardslejr Harry Betts has built a nice little US-we can save you money. 'I to 7:30.Telephone Xo.. R. L. Smith Real Estate Office

I job of decorating the lower floor and some time ago, has accepted a position cottage near the hotel to be used as a. Florida Gas Engine & I 122. i Beach Street.
Supply Co.
t halls of the handsome home of Ceo. A. with the Webster grocery.At conservatory. Mr. Belts and his mother -

Wells. Mr. Wells and family are expected a special meeting; Monday evening have an established reputation as fine TAMPA, FLA. I Daytona Private Hospital DR. BOHAXXO.VSPrivate :

\I L to arrive for the winter on the the City Council elected John florists. We also
Thompson carry a full line of I I and
stationary engines, irrigating Sanitarium
: 15th of Mr. -
this month. as acting collector. Colby is on the sick list. plants pumps pipe, motor boat supplies, etc. E\cry facillgforIbe proper treaimen Sanitarium

D._W. Duke of Highland Park, 111.. News. of the death of Rev. J. T.lucter Our busy townsman, Jas. Francis, and LKfCtrtcal care of medical and. surgical case*I. For the treatment of all
ana j: .ueveny, 01 ueveiand Ohio was confined at home with illness appliance trained nor+e I:<
,
are it. u., of new Jersey at Chat last I quiet surrounding. special" attention
among the recent week. 0- Urea to all patient Term Medical and Sargleal Ca***.
arrivals at The Glen tanooga, while his i on appli,
on south : cation.
So 2
way } South
was Beach
wood.A. received The Song Service held at the :................... 'j I..G. A. e.tllrcondateIroytoos KU'K Street, Phone 74.
by friends Union ..... and
Ayres has made considerable improvement spent several winters here.in Daytona Rev Tucker and Church last Sunday evening was very I* ............................:, 1 Physician- In Cbnrgo. K. HOWE C. C. BOHANXON. M. D.

on his home place on Valley Seabreeze, and was well known by enjoyable. The subject of the!songs and TWO BARGAINS :

street by the addition of a sun parlor on I of the residents. He was the founder many of remarks by the pastor was "The Sea." I : Dll.[ l \\'. A. GO\fC S. H. GOVE

the south side of his residence. Mr. the First M. There were several solos and : ,)MI" Six; Room: Hou,, with .
e
E. j douUi
Church a !
of cornet i ;
Atlantic City. J ptll' i.n: 1'tir 1.iJ.t..
Ayers has a He accompaniment. Ktc: corner I U.f, ; : T.I"IJ'hn(' : Dentist[ (j jtittle Architect Builder
thriving grove of had retired from U/fn-tou 1'nlgewoiHl: _' :11 and
orange active work, being I : bv } 1 and grape fruit trees on his premises, seventy-fi\e at the time'of his death. Mr. Seobie, of Pitkburg. is a guest Of .* grape t fur. :a numbiTof Iwait i fn--. so and usually shows his father and sister >tn<" ">rw. + furOne *: roriifr Rldg.wt0II and j
up the first ripe The following party of tourists are located at The Melrose. J Volu la i I II Residence
strawberries W. A. Barker has I "KiMtn : I and office, northeast
iv cor-
on the peninsula. Naturally for lengthened his Cotta
the reason at the Willson boat, :" ''nre story 'ImiWii.g J.l HiO\I.o ner
Ridgewond
f"+ t i'"a.f',1 i and Volusia
>
he is enthusiastic over Florida'Ent s cottage on Seabreeze avenue, viz-Mr. The Newport, eight feet and fitted up''I. t can Mulberry tlrttt.: :\ cozy little Jwrwf. : !j PHONE &'JLESSOXS Phone 89. Daytona ave., Fla.
Coast, especially beautiful and Mrs. anew, and now has it in the TJ.p l.t.a.s in I
A. ire
Sea D. warts water. :'J 11111gStAt1,1'htMrlh/lf
Vergennes, Vt.; -' hl"a <(<;.....1 1 i r:..1.,1'dl'lfll. ) :
breeze .
gpeakingto the Gazette-News. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Brown, Jersey Judge Thompson, of Washington, I>. 2 : } \ Church and l'ostf.fTi r.-ar l.y. :

correspondent he said, "I have spent Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boody, Boston.City; C., spent the holidays with his daughter. 'ull nn or writ .: I IX I: GERMAN.By : Halifax Music House

several winters la California and in Mrs. R. C. Jester's daughters the at the home of her grandfather, Mr Mil- J I a lady who has a '

t Southern Mississippi, but for a heavenly h'gan. Miss Francis will remain during H. McCLELLAN, : 1 I knowledge of the German thorough George"Wray
language
climate give me the East Coast of Robbie i the winter. I and has traveled i The cheapest place in the Stale
.. ahroa-i. to
Kin2ston For fur
I1Mlrt. -- .: or na\ltlln1.. .J'I..IJ .
fc aDd Mra. Walter J. Gamble ,Atlanta J. II. the forepart of the week. *FuRKEM-- : ............................-......-.-- -- .v. 'u'" .. I II 20S ther information address 1'. O. Box': l inC i buy, Pianos. Pianos to Rent. Tun- J
stt and I Mclntire and wife, who were -Well furnished for .................. Daytona, Fla. I Repairing and Polishing by a -
i children.'rived a* expected the first of I guests of the ; skilled workman.
came the Seaside Inn the first of housekeeping, 3-room flats at Ridge- .' .................................. ................. j jl I
1 Jut".eek. e\ey their handsome directly from week, have leased one of the SeasIde wood and Loomis avenues $100; I .......... .................-.-_.-. -.-....... .._ ,!

DetrOitj leaving ": .,been city Inn cottages, "Sea Cliff," for the half of house, 40.; So. Ridgewwod A RARE BARGAIN NN..... .... ........ --- .1'
.
home which had just completed season. 7 ) 'I A two-story house, Uo rooms below and two Jio\e ..N... i.... .. .. I' .. .. .. .. .. .
\\ch rooms $2iX 1 14 Fairview HouW" ,
their Mr. ; front. 1
fair
and
They Mrs. D. C. Rushton avenue, lx.tlOOxllOUf.-et piazza on -
were and Mrs. fronting
delighted to rt., on riverniilLtirzib..r
southern home, where roeS,1., and other J. C. Young arrivals of last week, have] .7 rooms and bath |200; at. S. Heymann hersimmc3 more strand..,fig of,wowl.m.41W. A number of fi,,, trrv.a !ctMteefl: orange enough peac-lC for :2tJ plum)! or !1 ;1I' Clearance Sale .1

..,
flowers rot been located by BvilptjttV -- J. 7 and grac( vines loud, to..1 3, flowing : ; ,
were blooming in / ; well, ,
prodijJ
: I v"' fusion, where and 'vKLttree car\ I This week
orange grape fCca* --- S ( we are offering a choice lot

.t were in full bearing and all nature I Iimfled Cbas. A. Lewis and wife, of Michigan, Notice OTICE. tll I I ............M....F....BLITCH.......,..Holly.....'Jiill.( taa Florida ( ; ; Ladies Coats at $3 98 .M.ho.. good values at their former prices of >$4.50 to ,
is .
: S7
hereby i ; .30.Ii
a welcome. I Invrnnctss are permanently_ located in the C. L given that at our LADIES' SUITS I
n regular mfptinir: nf the fNfw rVittn...; \ are marked down
regardless of
..
t iseena opened iionaay horn loquina cottage. held ..... + + e a cost. Also
Monday evening : $ great r eduction
January: 13: A.:I > > j in Ladies'
1 with
the following guests: Mr. and M n. E. A. Branch and A. S. Randallere D., 190S, the following names were ordered '! ; Skirts Children's Reefer and Jacket These
:
Herbert Bliss and daughter Cordelie in DeLand stricken from the 'I Bond ; bargains will be found ;
of on business the latter part of Registration Lumber .1 on tables in the north aisle,
List
Attlehoro, Mass, and Mr. and Mrs. S. last weekJ. of the City of Daytona and the Company $ For bargain in {Comfort
same shall be stricken II and
O. Miller and from the Regis Pillows see show!
I Ohio. three children, of Xewark, C Markey, wife and son, Clarence, tration Book unless such parties shall 'l'FACllIlUS window.
arrived from Eaton Ohio last show reason at the Of'i
regular
Friday, meeting of
ROUGH
Mr. Bates, who has recently boughtan and have leased the Bishop the City Council to be held at the City i 1 ANU DRES5EO ,. The Peck-Hendricks
cottage, Hall, Monday PINE AN[) CYPRESS LUMBER ... Company. ,
interest in the livery business here, through Butler & Co. Clarence evening, January 27, why I 1
entered c l
his
name should be i ..
reinstated' l\ NN ..
i has .
leased one of the Breaker cottages school Monday mol'I DC. Brush C. H., deceased. r .1 I II ..I' ......NI ... ....

c; for a year. Mrs. C. L. Horn was called to De- Beck S., removed. : Lath, Hli+ ngcs} Flooring[ Ceiling, Brick lime ; :.............. ..... .1. I. I I. .. !
t ..
C. P. Br&DWllea\'e' Coombs J. C. M. : I ;2 \ .............
r Land
.
here Thursday Thursday on account of the serious i removed. and Cement in Stock. office and ; For. the most ............iiii
lards .
in COT C. R., deceased. : F..1 artistic and
the
(
'
P
interest <
ct
of
f the Improved Order of illness of her sister, Mrs. O. 1... Rich Carmichael, J. D Hallwajr and Ur.ngeI'IIU.. iI'. up-to- ate Calendar in the city at 25 and 2
removed. 35c
Red Men, of which he is Great ards. )t 11,1.-Bond Mill.. ,. at ,
Chief ltlantlcl'oast
Colclougb, John V., removed : l.lne It l. "riill. s wutb See .
1- of Records for the State, on an official 1 In a recent issue, the Holden Progress Clapp. Fred S., remo\ed. Kalamazuo HauforJ Un'"eb'lrtb..y .K.: C. It,. Jarknonvlllf! //4 N :. Lesesne at "THE KODAK .
PLACE
visit to the tribes of the order at Or published an interesting account of the Day W. B., removed. : Phone 8j 4 :
R. J. : Water
; lando Bartow Fort Dargin, M. M., removed. \IALBY. Manager. i Colors
Myers and dedication of J Photographic
numerous a new Methodist
church DaGett, Geo. E., detta NN N1NN... : views of 5
eth
Florida
1NNNN ..
other N1 ... and
.. :
...
points. building .. .
at that place. It will be of interest Furr, W. H., deceased. N NN.N.1 :. everything the
I' Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Boulton and to the many friends Rev. R. B. Garland, J. M., deceased. The climate of the t camera user needs. 5

daughter Miss Marjorie, are pleasant Templeton to know that he is the pastor Glenn, .Arthur removed. East tost of Jb'lorida i : ''Ifeach Street, 2 doors .
Giddens, L. H. is Xorth of
me&1IUU.t.of the Glenwood and are occupying ; in charge, and that it is largely through Hankerson, J. M., removed.. removed nearer perfection than that of any ( a I...................... 3rd Atenne.CUBX :
the Buckland cottage for the his efficient ministry that the work Hammond C. II. other place I ............... .
has remote*!I. on earth. 4 4 ...............
season. been pushed to Joyner, Nick, removed. t ..... .
completion. The articlemention. ..... ...
..
At LaSha, J. Roy removed .......... .....
a special meeting of the towncouncil him. in very high terms in thisconnection. Main, Kef us, removed i I: ...... .... .. ..

Monday night_ .the contract was Peacock Joseph deceased. : ( S WAmfi5ftavOW5S ''
an IoU ju&uuuga cs uaiga 10 grub ana Rev. C. E. Parsons and wife will at Purdy, E. H., remon d. I Oysters FISH i J .!

grade Palmetto and University avenues, tend the St. Johns River Conference PoppeJl, Geo. R., remo\ed. I and Clams. Game In Season. AU
d will order
work Pen or, F. B., receive
to which reiuo\ed. prompt
begin at convenes
once and be at Jacksonville attenUoD.
completed on 23rd I Telephone 28,
Quinhn. C.
Cottage
removed. Avenue
by May 20th.Thomas inst. Mrs. Parsons is a lay delegate Robarts, J. X., .....- DAYTONA
remo\ed. .I........ FLORIDA
P. Wells, of Chattanooga, to the Conference.A Kobidere, H. L., removed. .... ...... .. ... ,
died at Dixie Lodge Sunday afternoon party of tourists consisting of Judson Smith, C. L., removed JJ;r %' '' \I f" ....
at 'f.- ---
-
1 o'clock. A. Wright, Middleburg. Silvernail,Geo., deceased I i I -- -- -
Monday his body was shipped and O. I
Simmons, .
Silas deceased.now 1
to Rome, Ca., for interment at family P. Moore and J. H. Allen, Humetburg, : E. M.. removed. I pfu SSW.e. 1 f I ,

burial grounds. H.W. Wells, a brotherof Vt, arrived last week and are holding Stevens, Will II., removed : !tlU m nc Norman

the deceased, was wired,but failed to ; bachelor quarters at the Ten Eyck cottage Thomas Starling, Ira, removed. /ie lt : S. DaytonPlans
receive on Peninsula Drh" Wm. E., remov ed. i
the
in e.
time
message to reach his r Wehner, Carl, deceased. OrnlOn
brother. He met the body at Jackson Mr. and Miss Hastings who La\e Williamson, H. S., removed. \

ville. The deceased was an old Con : been staying at Mrs. E. J. Wright's cot Wilburn, Harvey R., removed \ t T:? if) tr 1 1v i

federate veteran and served rage, left this week for their Yarborough, H. B., removed. < .I Estimates
as messmate home at Zuber 1 f; ,
M. II. .
removed.A. h
rn
with H. L. Russell for four years Palmer, Mass. McF. PORTER, City l1erkAdmlnlstr.tor' 1 JJr.ra( aQ I' ,
in the Dalton Guards. The Tourists' I : I i
-, & .. -Friday.. Afternoon Club !Notice.In ') ( Superintendence
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Cane and I met at Airs. \. s. tlarroun's and had an 'J\\

Miss Pippey, of Prince Edward Island, enjoyable time. The programs will be County Court, Voluaia Countv Fla. ""'" ,. iaNTj1nhi I I ;
By the County Judge of \ }J' A I f"o..... Lumber. Yard
Canada,arrived from New York the informal contributions, musical said County /" Magnolia '
and Avenue
latter part of last week and will spend a literary l ; fancy work will also tit Ii to Whereas this Court John for Letters B. Parkinson of .\dministration applied :=- \ l \ \\\1" 1" i 1" ,?- ,, I I1 Heal Estate office- lit door south and F. & C.. :HtUtisy{ : ,

few days at the Clarendon enroute to feature of the afternoon. on the Estate of William It. Furr r :\ A/I u----__ I, 1t0 ,DSOX, Manager, 01 !office. it II. ED-

Miami. They expect to return to Sea Mrs. Lin Wilkinson and niece, Miss deceased These late of said County of Volusia. "- -- and residence.vinnsrrrn Daytona, Fla. Phonu at office, yard e
are, therefore
breeze some time in March. Jessie to cite and admonish
Smiley have
taken
rooms in the, all and singular the kindred and cad v .
U.
Mr*. Fannie Williams Smith building on Seabreeze creditors of the fs.o.e Onage Crone, '
arrived from deceased Ptaespple
avenue. to be and appear c.'Ou.t Crone Plntallo... :: .
Hyde Park Mass., Tuesday and will be Mias Marguerite Freeman returned before this Court, on or before the ad Tegehbl. Fu.. of the rvutrl tributary :: I ., ri. i. ...
the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Leland for Eustis to attend school to 10th day of February .0\. D. li>08, and KDIU R1TEE, LAKE WORTH and BBClli 'If i.W"Wi..." ii.iniim
at the end file objections if :!
any they hue, to the B1I
I some time, and will remain in the vicinity of a two weeks vacation spent at home. granting letters as aforesaid, otherwise art reached from. JifkyiTnie) tl* tie : Miller .

! until spring. Mrs. Williams has I Last week Mr. and Mr,. \N. H. Freeman the same will be granted as prayed. FLORIDA EAST COAST rotoTcTl
! Witness
spent several seasons in Daytona and on my name as County Judge of 1 EAILWAT.
I were the
the peninsula. happy recipients of a set the County aforesaid, this llth day of :. ,
of dainty, hand-painted cups and January 19K( 3.... :: t
Prof. Stalker, of Ames, Iowa, who has saucers from the Wesleyen College, J. LEE MiCRORY ::; Successors to

been spending some time at the May I Macon, Ga., the work and gift "of their County Judge.OSTEOPATH. 1' PECK &

Held. left the latter part of last week forMrs. daughter Miss Myrtle Freeman 4r FOSTER.
ltignal, ,
! Butler &; Co., the fore
Carrie L. Nichols, of Boston, ar 'I week rented to II. E. Nusbaum part of the I DR. J. C. HERMAN, graduate undtr I

rived in party with Mrs. M. E. Band I Rapids, Mich., the Uneida the founder, A. T. Still, Kirksville Mo., .. fOpl of eutlt.t book, : :: .. Groceries

: son aad will spend the North Holly GranJ/located on Volusia avenue, door Pealata1u "la.t lout .r Floricla",\tor.t. ty....
I season with street, and Mr. and / one f"Wrlda, 114 other lato'Uoa ap .r '= ...,r (train
I Mrs. Hesser on Valley street. Mrs. I SWbaUIU and friend are I east of Halifax Journal office paytoaa, 1.a.P.&Uun', I.P.BUIIUru & Florida, Phone .fA '-'''''. ..,.I&oaovr. 1.D.BUUiI: i --
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llMMMMMiMMMMItltMMLocal Our'prices on Souvenir Spoons A. I.. Kiefer, of Piqua, Ohio has ,;
ALDERMAN ROWESTEPS I "
and Orange Knives will interestyou. accepted a position as pharmacist: at COMING COMING !r rI
!
: Paragraphs. We will make them up any Young's Pharmacy. .

.1.1.isle 1.Ni.1.1.1.i.1.i way.you 'wish.GEO.%!!All. CLARK:goods, Jeweler.H. engravedfree. tSouvenir Plates of Daytona in Old OUT. ;' lon da. ,, January 20, For One Week.

*We have the most complete English Blue. Price 7.1c at Clark's.U. 9. K r.

I workshop on the East ,Coast, two C. Hare, a prominent Jacksonville -

I(expert watch repairing workmen.and Let job us work.do your No Thursday.insurance man, was in Daytona legal was.in M.lights Daytona Bennett from yesterday.The one the of county the. leading seat, Tendered Effect on His February Resignation tI.-othcr to Take The Great C C. W Park Dramatic Company i -

I too large or small for <* to do.
job u +Mansfield's Creamery Butter and Montmellic Club will meet Municipal Matter.
L H. ROWE & Co. The Jewelers. tPurity
Butterine in one pound next Monday afternon with Mrs. A. At the meeting of the City Fathers :? Actor Actresses* and Auxiliaries

Mrs. J. D. Maley entertained at blocks at Birchwood's Gemmill, on South Ridgewood.fSilks Monday evening Alderman F. M. Ryte I 30 30
I I tendered his resignation to takA affect ..
[Bridge Whist Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Wm. M. Shaffner returned for dresses! and shirt waistsat Feb. 11, and with reluctance theytoun- Playing in Latest Metropolitan Successes

from Orlando cil accepted it. Mr. Rowe explained ,- - -- -
*Met me at Curtis' and try a Saturday where" she the Chas. E. Gardiner Co's. I -
that because! of the' condition of his
has been since the I Handsome Costumes! Wonderful Electrical Effects!
|Jack Frost-its almost real. holidays. Cards are out for a reception and health it was not consistent! for him to : roE'antHnl8cf.lIt'ry -a
longer remain a member of the body. Best of Vaudeville Talent for Concert!
White Rock Water in ball to be Jan. 22 at the new
the
H. S. Walker, progressiveNew any given The City Physician reported that dur-I
[ Smyrna mf'nhantVa" in !Jay- quantity. Hanking The Druggist.The clubhouse of the Peninsula Country ing the month of December the stork

Club. brought four babies, and even& persons Jan. the Beautiful Love
tona Monday.Mrs. highest score made on the died. 1 The Opening Bill. Monday. ltj; Story

F. H. Houghton has joinedher Daytona Bowling Alleys in the Jast The Misses Emma. Violet and M. H. Zuber the sanitary in "THORNS AND ORANGE BLOSSOMS"\ ,

husband, after a pleasant visitat two seasons was made by C. Thompson Linna "Stubenbord arrived from had presented already a report distributed and stated the 325 pector'I' THEIND S

( Westerville, Ohio. the score being 270. Coney Island Thursday. Mr. and on hand and asked that 400 KNEW
A GOOD THING
Mrs. Stubenbord will follow them ones be ordered. The siciUry
Each
Entire of
tNew laces at the Chas. E. Gardiner tMeet me at Curtis' and try a later. was authorized to attend to the matter. Change Program Night. They knew what foot comfort... If j'

Co's Jack Frost-its almost real. Thus far the buckets have been distributed -- ------ -- -- you've never worn the soft, comfortable .
Hot sodas of all kinds at Young's only in Midway and Waycross. Indian slippers, then we want you to
Mrs. F. Wright, of St. Augusine M. B. Aultman is known as one of Pharmacy. Mayor Greene announced that he had Prices' : C'hil,Iren 2.V; Adults XKRest'ued Seats I5c Extra take a pair home and enjoy yourself. :

visited Monday with her the most ardent chicken masticatorsin appointed John Myers night watchman Matinees Thursday and Saturday.The Hiawatha Slippers are exact reproductions -
and requested that the council appropriate of genuine Indian styles, artistically i
He has A. A.
Daytona. recently Spaulding, wealthy
a mer-
father, Col. C. M. Bingham. pur- $20 toward his salary, and the business decorated with bead work,pyrographc 1
chased II. S. Walker's chicken farmat chant from Worcester, Mass., and men pay the balance. It was done. Park Waterproof Canvas "theatre will be located on the CircusI.ot. designs and silk embroidery. lAt

White Hock Water in any Holly Hill and may embark in bin daughter, Miss Edith, are mak- The waterworks ordinance previously West of the Electric ht Plant. I such prices as we offer them you
uantity.. ilankins, The Druggist. the business of raising c-h-i-ck-e-n-s. ing their first visit to Daytona and passed on first ant.second readings was cannot afford to pass them by. They're t
well with beautiful killed and a substitute ordinance passed -- --- ------- unequalled for service" and comfort; a
Dr. G. M. Wallace and Chas. Mc- 03\Vanted-To rent a good piano are pleased our on first reading. The date of the proposed 1v look at them will prove it

Nary, of Ormond, were shaking for remainder of season. Please city. election to ratify the ordinance I -- cale11} be clad to show them if you'll
was set for April 14, in order to give the e e
[hands with Daytona friend Monday. send address to P. 0. Box 300.!) For first class work-Daytona incoming council an opportunity and N t r

1 Sie mi Laundry, phone S. tf plenty of time to look into etc., : WALLACE'S, :
plans I a That All Bathroom.
Important o
Mrs. J. D. C. Morris and baby, J. H. Allen has ordered a forty- .
% for a system of waterworks.D. !' tic 5 ; ,1r 1
eturned from Augustine Sunday five horsepower (Sterling engine for I Mr. and Mrs. D. McLaren and J. D. and C. M l Rogers, civil engineers I P. B. DOBBINS Lodtsmith.Gun and

evening, after a visit with his racing boat, the Secret, which W. Wilkinson drove to St. Augus- submitted considerable data in Y;u L.\.f w.:n ?.irJ people remark, "It"I General ,
repairing, key fitting, saw fil
friends. will take part in all the events in tine in Mr. McLaren's auto Tues thanks reference was to tendered a system them and by a the vote coun of were ever to build I would plan my bathroom ing. Trunks, valises, umbrellas and

Sheriff i E. L. Smith the coming motor boat carnival ex- day. The party report that the t I first and would nut put all mr money into the parlor with all parasols repaired and recovered. Lawnmowers ,}
Deputy ar- cept the contest for the Allen roads were found. in very fair condicions cil.An ordinance making it compulsory its repaired and sharpened Badges,
sted Jim Preston colored Thursay nf' Checks
and
Trophy. The engine is to be shippedby and good I time was made on for all property owners to have six tags. Rubber stamps and J
official seals. 223 South Beach Street
night, wanted for larceny aticanopy. buckets and a ladder on their premisesfor ,
express. the trip. fire purposes was passed on first and That's. good common sense sentinwnr, for the bathroom is the Daytona, flOeMASONIC oj

For Rent Furnished:? room *3The greatest thing that ever second readings most important of ill DIRECTORY. 1
New of Schrafft'sndy It was voted to repair Second avenue i
shipment
) residence, corner Ridgewood and came to Daytona is ther Fireless West at an expense not to exceed Sod the hou>chold. It's .HALIFAX LODGE No. II. T. A. If,- i
at Young's Pharmacy.Mrs. Orange P: R. Bennett. tf Cook stove. It is on exhibition and This is the street upon which the pine- the Mecca of cleanliness Meet lit and 3rd Tboridayi.
HALIFAX MO. s, R. A. M.Mt .-
Maggie P. Laughrey and for sale t Mrs. Ellenwood's, Volusia apple plantation is situated and as .__s 'j health and refinement U and CHAPTER TllurlCla). -
Tourists or others who want to I Call and many tourists visit the place the ccuncil ORaNTALCOMMANDTRYNe 1,1.:.T.- f'
of Pitts- avenue. see it. d
iss Cora B. Laughrey, see a fine orange grove should visit 1 deemed it wise to give them a good road ,,_,. and nowadaysmany Meets Stir Thursday. w
iurg, are guests of Mr. and Mrs F. Mrs. Belle Abbott over which to tra\el. LIVE OAK CHAPTER, No. I, O. E. C.Hats .- 4
Ferd Nordman's Point Grove the entertained homes
Haynes -
T. Niver. on The city registration list was revised i ia are judged 2nd and 4tb Tn.*d ).. 1
New Smyrna road four miles this in honor of Dr. and Mrs. list of the stricken names appearing in \.r by their bathrooms. All meet In Masonic Hall, Orani artia.

The Ladies Aid Society of the side, of that place. Mr. Nordman W. F. Blackman Monday evening.Dr. another column. {I r !

First Baptist Church will give a has about 1,500 bearing trees and Blackman ispresident Rollins -- -- We would Isle to ,

Silver Tea at the Sunday School they are loaded with golden fruit. College at Winter Park and was in Port Orange. Ij j I he'p yon plan your Bamboo

ms next Tuesday. The oranges from Point Grove are Daytona to attend the dedicatory o I bathroom and believe ;
i the best in this section. services of the Congregationalchurch. Port Orange, Jan. 1-1li.-s; Marguerite Ii
I Meet me at Curtis' and try a Flanders and a friend have been I jj1 that we could surprise I

Jack Frost-itsalmrxst real.A. clf you wish to Bell your real estate visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Christiancy the I 1'. 1 rot! by putting in a I Furniture
or borrow money on good income Embroideries of all kinds also past week.The i 1
:. W. Wells arrived Friday ofst bearing property, please call semi-finished embroidered corset regular card party met in Ridge- bathroom for you at a j
week and) his wife wood Hall Tuesday evening. much less cost than
joined
on or write me. John B. Parkinson, covers at the Chas. E. GardinerCompany's. Wednesday) the Thomas Company you
evening 1
Lnd daughter, who had precededim office over postoffic .T.VH pave an entertainment. might expect and (t the

several days before from St. Thursday morning Mr?. T. J. Welb' same time do it better than you anticipated it could be done fur even Is nice and attractivefor j
Joe, Mich. The Gazette-News i is:< daily in receipt One of the"warmest" sessions i of mother Mrs. Prevail, who has: been an
T of orders for the Pictorial Edition the City Fathers held this year oc- invalid fur three years, parsed away at more monc
Furnished house! for rent. Apply from points distant. Besides curred Wednesday evening, when ata JS.OO: o'clock. The funeral took place at : any part of the
Frank Lane. if 10.00 c i\'UK'k Friday (Doman 1:. Mr. and I I'c have a bouUct Modern Home Plumbing" which will
Spring Ivy session ordinate reducing J
visitors mailing copies to special an ,
many are Mrs J. J. Vinzaiit, of DeLand, and -
; W. Henry Reid, who had been their northern friends instead of the mayor's salary to fee, and Thomas Wells, her grandson, were pres- show you how to arrange )uur bathroom kitchen and laundry house. New stock atBingham&MaleyCo.

' ere visit with his writing lengthy letters. Nothing ordinance accepting Icy Lane and cut Mrs. Prevail leaves a son, Robert, plumbing with .Staihitrd" Bath .i>d one pine Lavatories, the best
; tor a short
other, Mrs. Alex Reid, left Satur- can give a person an idea of the Myrtle avenue were both passed on two daughters and several, Mrs grandchildren Wells and Mrs.Prevail and. plumbing equipment in the wurlJ. Call: write or phone for a I .

his Cliar- Beauties-of Daytona and its environs first and.) second( readings. great grandchildren. copy hi;* 1 free.

" otteville. better than the Pictorial. Otis Johnson cave an Oyster Roast in
1 Fur Rent-Two-room Hats for honor of Miss Minnie Djall, of Oak 1 I IaL .

: Three launches for sale. Inquirer ::No charge for preliminary plans light housekeeping $8 to $ 12 per j Hill, who cdine up Friday to spend Sat- JOE OSBORNE .

r W. A. Barker, Ormond. tf and estimates; supervision of workat month; single rooms f I) cents per urday with Miss llradley, returning FURNITURE UNDERTAKING
.. ) actual coht. Norman S. Dayton, day; special rate for season. The 1 onie Sunday.
Mrs. S. F. Wilcox a Five O'clo<'k
gave -
Jesse Biddle, formerly with Day "na. Riverside, .11.1: N. Beach street, Daytona Tea Saturday in honor of Miss Anna : -

J lludnut, the noted New York con- Fla. tf Wilcox who is spending the winter here.Thursday Neville R .
is in In publishing the names of the afternoon at the Church
.w ectioner of, arrived the soda recently fountain and at the Candidates nominated by the Business The Park Dramatic Company. Tea which is given every fortnight in ..................................................... ik1
barge hall Mw. II. K.: DuBois
Men's League for municipal Ridgewood
Uwond 1'harmacy. offices last week the Gazette-Xews "There are no word+ of praise too was hostess assisted by the Misses Du- THE i I I
strong for a favorable description of Iloi.s, Berry and Reed
*Go to Young's }Pharmacy for nadvertaiitly omitted the name of the Park Dramatic Company which is Sunday morning Mr. Hardcman had avery

nineral waters of all kinds V. O. Hohba, candidate for city now playing in the large tent on Twelfth painful accidf'llt. In getting into ....0.--.
xllector. Mr. Hobbs thus far has street. Last night the play was that renowned his boat he slipped in some way und '
II. C. Taylor, of. Seattle, Wash., and it is western drama. "The Girl from catching hold of the dock he tore loose i -
probable
urchased last week through the no opposition the Golden West It is doubtful if the some of the ligaments in his shoulder. I HANAN i I It ii
that he will be elected with flying
character was ever portrayed in a better Sunday afternoon Dr. Houghton and
mith & Hitch agency twelve and colors. manner than it was last night by Miss hN, son accompanied Rev. Wilder and Ii i Eyes; Examined Free.
: ne-half acres of hammock land ofr. Madge Tucker. Her acting was with- Mr. Sheppard. Mr. Houghton assistedin I

Perkins. This is a fine piece sDr. G. W. Waggoner, HomE'Opa-1 out a flaw, and in the strong scenes the choir and bang a beauriful solo At Clark's Jewelry Store.
j of land and lies north of the Model hic physician and will be of the drama she carried her audience during the offertory. II
surgeon for the Port
along in perfect sympathy with the The stenographer Orange
arm on South avenue. located at his residence on Palmetto part she was playing. House, Miss linker, of Illinois, arri'edSunday. !::::=-- SJI

I avenue three doors south of Congregational It is indeed unfortunate that Miami .
r Turkey dinner every Sunday church about Dec. 10th. tf has not been visited by this company I I I L. Z. BURDICK
[and Thursday at The Howard. before and there is: nothing exagerated I SHOE
: U-en Holly Hill.
in saying that never Las the city
i A recent order of the Postmaster The entertainment given by the visited by a troup as good us this one. Contractor f Builder.

I General requires sucscriptious to be Knights Templar at the Masonic Such playing as was done last nightis Holly Hill, Jan. 1.--Thf' work of I't'-I ,

c; [paid in advance. A few of the Gazette Hall Friday evening of last week bound to bring !success to the Park lairing damages caused by the storm of Plans and Estimates Cheer-
delinquent was well attended. A light collations Dramatic Company during their stay last Saturday is progressing rapidly. i
t ; -A'ewa subscribers are here, and those who miss !!seeing the I hoofs{ and windows han been replacedand .
} and'e will thank them to was served and pretty prizes show ,,'illlose a chance of obtaining 1 fallen chimneys nbuilt. fully Furnished
: awarded to the successful contest- idea of what fir-t class I Offers the ease of soft pliable leathers ; : ,
j [ look at their r label and remit-aj an a companycan Following close after the sturm came ,
the first month of ants in the card games. The next: do. disaster in another form for a resident
1 j good way to start "" The concerts given at the dose of ( Hill Win. Wcthercll, Jr., had Building Cottages$ a
will be given Jan. 24. ,>($) I lolly as
and the of
smart made
) i the new year. party All Masons and each regular performance are the equal, the misfortune'to have his house and elegance [ styles; ;!;
rill be the game. if not the superior, of the majority of practically all his household goods destroyed -
Let us do your repair work if their friends are invited. the shows that have visited Miami in by lire at between eight and Specialty.
t you want a good job at reasonable the past and no one who enjoys a hearty nine o'clock Sunday evening. Mr. i permanent by the very [best material ; ;
prices. Geo. H. Clark. Jeweler. Buy beach cottage for :$873; ; laugh will be dissapointed if they take in Wetherell" visiting at a neighbors SEA BREEZE. FLA.
f these concerts.:-Miami NewsRecord.This when the fire occurred and Mrs.( Wethrell -
4. lot 23i300:> faces on shell I
' rooms, and skilled workmanship.
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The Sonntag Invesrnent Company unexcelled location comyany will open in Daytona who was lying down after putting
road, two frontages, Monday, Jan. 20, for one week. The their three small children to sleep, 0. S. BURNETT
j is in receipt of a letter from a gentleman overlooking auto race course. Park Waterproof Canvas Theatre will awoke from a nap to find the house full) ,

.; at Castile, N. Y., who states Your opportunity to profit by be located on the dn'uslot west of the of smoke and one room blazing fiercely.She I
that he aw a copy of the Pictorial, another's necessity. electric light plant. managed to save the children and a I ANTHONY BROS. Tailor.Orders .
-- ---- before Mr. Wetherell
Edition of the Gazette-News and asa Rieman, The Real Estate Man. few articles, but I
result heMs to Seabreeze Deaths for the Past Week. and other help arrived the fire had I Taken for Royal Tailoring
I coming claimed most of the contents of the : :
This is one of the many persons Many complaints have been heard Thus- P. Wells died at Seabreeze building. We understand that there ..................................................... Cleaning, Pressing, Altering aid

that the Pictorial has brought and recently, especially from the business Sunday of oedema of the lungs. lie was some insurance on the house. }lr'l Repairing for Ladies and Gen

will bring to this section. I, men regarding the unsatisfactory was (04 years of age. The body was resent kVetherell with and family Mr. and are lodged Mrs. for F .. ..................................................... tlemen. We call for and

PuxoTi; -Adolph M Jaehde : service> given by the Southern sent to Rome, Ga., his late home, Uiddleton. They have the sympathyof I : HALIFAX i deliver all goods.
There is now for burial. in their misfortune t
the
will be in Daytona tuning pianos but Express Company.each way daily. J. H.neighborhood Fuller and family, of Warren, i LIVERY AND TRANSFER CO. i ii Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
one I
during January. Orders may be express from the north arrives Mrs. Lydia U Dorsey, wife of J. Ohio) arrived the latter part of lost'' Phone_'! .No. 32.:
the Ga- The express N. Y. diedat and the C A Gould! i JAMES RIX, Manager. i -
left at Th Stillman or at H. 1 lX>rsey, of Saratoga week are occupying '
late in the evening and perishablematter house on Front street. Mr. Fuller, who,
zette-News office. if I the Riverside Inn Wednesday, Varrlngfs! I
xurreys. Phaetons Top Buggies
else :
as well as everything I is a friend of Messrs.! 1'iene and Faunce, j\
The shipped t and RubterTlre Runabout .1
57 body was
age years. down the Culver excursion
the
in the office until came on I '
completed lies express 'Bu."s" meet all train Baggage Hauled
W. G. Hobbs recently Thursday to Saratoga for interment. from Cle\'eland. t trlrti
next morning. Carriage Paint stop! in Connection. .1'
woodwork
the upholstering and on Miss Carrie Mabljette, having suffi-
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the auto truck of the Daytona Auto *"The Islington," a beautiful I Joseph II. fining, of Ormond, I I I dently recovered from a severe cold take, ''' ::.....T............................Phone....120..: ............ sI
tuberculosis returned to Uulow Sunday to
Transit Company, which is to be died Thursday age II .I

used as a bus for transporting passengers Ridgewood avenue home, has openedfor 31 years. The funeral serviceswere charge of her school returned i ......................................... ............ '
S. Harris Sunday i
a limited number of guests. The 10 o'clock,1 Mrs. C. : : I
on the regular run between held yesterday at from Tallahassee, where she was called .
comfortable and elegant in R. D. TAYLOR Electrical Contractor :
this and Daytona Beach and house is and the remains buried at Orn ond. : a month before by the. fatal illness of I:
place .
all its appointments; hot water heating her father, He,'. Dr. \\. II. Carter. :; f
the
Seabreeze. During the summer all modern improvements, large Mrs. Frances Elizabeth Hyde, I --- -- I J: : House Wiring a Specialty. : : cAn
frame will be removed and the verandas and lawn. of Hartford. !Notice. |I. .
wife of W. H. Hyde,
rooms, I
truck used for conveying freight sunny : Dealer in Electrical of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades, : Iron that irons. A luxury to
For further information call on or Conn., died at the Ridgewood Hotel We, the undersigned, do hereby j i| Supplies

'. matter. address 18 S. Ridgewood. 33--"t Tuesday morning of intt'stinal'l' agree to close our respective] places',; : Lamps No. S Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. : women.

Bakery goods, strictly homemade troubles. She was 77 ).t. of business: at 0 p. in., beginning j N........6........................................... Saves ft) per cent of time and 75
: Mac's Cafe. Attorneys E. F. Oates and F. W. The body was embalmed by the 1 Monday, January :filth> during each I I -- ------ -_._--- -- per cent of fuel.
fresh every day at Pope were at Orlando this week Bingham & Maley Company, and I year, excepting Saturday and one '' ************************** ************************** Ask neighbor or '

With this issue will be found the arguing before Judge Jones the shipped to Hartford Tuesday after : ;week or ten days before Christmas !|!:T jj Cabinet and yonr W. IL EDMONDSOX.

initial advertisement for the season mandamus case brought by Elmer noon for interment Foster Company, Anthony Bros. M. :, Repair Shop rf 1 __ _

of The Stillman. This house, cen- Oliver to compel the building committee H. .\u1l 10311. << .t
located Beach street, is of the City Council to granta I F. W. Reynolds} a retired cotton -- ** Furniture Repairing, Mattresses Repaired and made to order. We : j .
trally under the on of! Mr. permit for the removal of the old I broker, of Providence, R. 1., died on Notice of First Quarterly ."\ectiRg. '1 handle the celebrated Ostermoor Mattress and solicit your THE FINESTBATHS "
management
again whoso to the lot owned by Orange avenue Sunday, at the age 1 order, for first.classVork.. Orange ave. ent. Peck hlk. I
and Mrs. Dwight R. Stillman, garage;: building First quarterly meeting for Kingston,
Mr
successfully conducted it last C. 0. Livingston on the opposite of 74, of heart trouble. Reynolds Xew Smyrna and Tort Orange churches, : : w. G. HOBBS.

winter. Mr. and Mrs. Stillman aide of Orange avenue. The Court and some time was taken and sick removed at Ponce to Park Daytona will be and held Sunday in Kingston, Jan. :25th church and, Saturday 2oth-! :......................... ......... .. ON EARTH 1 1
ago -
under advisement --
make a point of personally looking; took this the case has aot rendered a last week. The body was embalmed Dr. 1It: I.eyf Jacksonville, the new . . . . . FOR MEN AND WOMEN 25al;
writing dis-
after the comfort of their guests at & Maley presiding elder of the East Coast y .
been fitted with decision. by the Bingham trict, occupying the pulpit. The new .1T'
and the house has WATER .1 l
Company and sent to Providence pastor late from Greencastle Ind., occupies Ice Company LILY
all conveniences. $Your friends will appreciate a Tuesday for interment. tne new and neat parsonage Daytona cwt WI'. r.e T"\;.. /

for box of or fruit, i il -- home, situated on North KidgewooJ .
elf you want the best oranges oranges the grape of E. W. Messrs. Clark A. Watton, Cottage avenue and preaches alternate Sab- PURE ICE ELECTRIC LIGHT//
call at they are from grove t
home consumption or to ship bath, mornings and evenings the second -
mile north of Hotel 1 I avenue, are receiving: on Tuesdays PLANT {
Point Grove New Smyrna road. Amsden, one and fourth Sundays in Kingston /
Made from Distilled Water. ..
of King
reasonable. Ad and Fridays consignments school Sunday v. :;
church. Sunday )
and will be Ormond, prices every
Rates are reasonable and Mackerel and freshwater and meeting every Wednesday Factory corner Railroad and Volueia avenue. A '
Spanish
Ormond
otherwise dress the proprietor at 01 morning prayer . . ---
shipped either express paid or fish also wild ducks. <\en IJg. . . r
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tf Ferd Nordman. call at the grove. ; ,



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info M the BfSI ORANGE WRAPS Ask for I! Daylight Tides on Daytooa Low. Beach.High.I I I Editor Guette Care ol-Xeas-Lettuce i WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATE

: .... 4:45' For the benefit of lettuce growers IB i Tank Tin Koof Hot ;
Jan ,!_......_._.. IWO I ; geU n"-a Gahaniied Iron ,a new a Ai r I
Jan;:: ; .__ _127 5:40 this section, I would like to bYe you -
|; Jan 3 _12:47 7:00)) ]publish the following extract from a I!i! or any of the other metal necessities required fo complete %:

: {Jan 4__ 1-45 .:.50 ]letter I have received from Director F,
w1rrEt: t4 | Jan -_.--- 2:37 S:45Jaa : H. Rolfs of the State Experiment SU- ;11 dwelling, remember that.rc.

: 6.___.__.__.... 330 9.37: I lion at Gainesville; ;<
f t ORiteilnosRaC, +r..t ,:t +lt Lesttfr', 1AltntiAn: Jaa -__.___._._. 4-X) 10:30: "If you plow under the diseased: i I j.: NASH d SON
t ti Y tItRENts L3s rtJtosste KRtu.< q-9 t rL a1'cItt rl s Jan 3 3:11 H25Jaa : 'heads and old heads that remain on the';t:1 ]
eret.Rtdtflair -err+ antst i a t'-a e tofe.ti TLA. .
n I of that I PATTOKA.
1t0 C- M;.4, prat !:r r t ra titllR 9..._.__ .___ 6:05 11:1t S field you will do just as many
K i 2 7 sift b ft r r r ; f' .q pta4 i t* Jan 10 _. ._._ T.01 12jj lettuce growers did formerly arouod'G3ineni1Ie I ...
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b 44Z atw tl r 's t S.an aR 9/[ J jan 11._.. _._..__. 7:5.5 120: and as some still are doing ;11; are best prepared to gire prompt and reliable senrk-e at fair

R :RR Kt .AdRlf. ( d *! 'I t ,; Jan 12 .........._..._..._ Sal 2:1: around PaLitka. That is, they ioocue t'I 'I Ierma. Z Volosia Arcane next to lie
'/ K 7 ,/, ifr, r 1 i I 1 S t 1. C j Jan j3-_ -.....__ 9.43 3.15: late their soil thoroughly with the dis-r 4 General repair shop on
.s. ;
i awr f /,*.01110q tl00-ttti tGf.sR cr ,tor, t4 t rtr.t [ Rl t0 Has I Jan 14...-..._.11.....__1035: !:0. ease There is only one better"pbo I ,J s Phone :;3.: Oat of town work i
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It U2t tr17Kn .
Jan 13..............._..._.._11:10 4:.'}) to inoculate the soil with the disJ J: ...
r *tlr a! rrse r < a + 4 !0 ease, and that is to leave the lettuce to ................s..s.a.et4U4ih1U4S14 !!!!
3 Ir .. alt t i. Kt t a Jan is........._.........___12:15: 3:
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0 eleMt SE r'l aR tic 3w K9t1 Jan 17. ..... .12:55 6:47 rot on the field. Of course that portion ', NN- --..1N1 NNN...................1l'1.1N
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r sera art = see silt. ad +t IsZZZL. of the lettuce not affected with the disease -
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1 ..... 12S: :30
t< a 0 a t f T R sr, () U. t ? jr leans; Jan :
i e i ,a, ti< to ya s a n + s/ )t'Qgf, tt a A a Sj a, Jan 19 ......__ .... _._ 2:01: S05Jon will do no especial harm. when j!I I:i M. ELLA DB VOY CO.

'. +rf w h e t a a cw :20..... .......__._-.t 2-5: S;55 plowed under. ,
t / / .see 1: se t k }w o Jan 21__..._____- 3:10 9.10 "You can do tery much to discourage I i :: LADIES' HATTERS -

i df t0 ate Ia+a tA.RSH iR < tkt0 ARtr Jan 22._.........._....... ...... 3:45 9.50 the disease in the lettuce field by break II :,:
1t Jia 23_................._...... -I::!) 10J1J I iog it up just as soon as the crop is off,I Correct in Sty les. Personal attention to j j.Vu

b 4 R ref p tt fIIr R rz a..srttt tea RM / .., ;. '. .esrl .n 24-.. ...........-......... 5:10 11:20 and then planting it to some crops that' :: C South ft-ach; Strwl, Daytona.
+ R'1i. x r n $ it.Yr..IrL z + a t t>tiP.st s.le t .,.4 err .r-r: v Jan :>._..... ......_......_. 6OO II:.J a are not seriously affected with the d.s- .::.......................... .. N

: $' < C rt t. ra attw+'. a R .t. its t.s 1 its sfrr 1 a.t Tr.d. M.rP Jan 20............_.....___ 6:30: 12I 3 ease, such as eggplant, peppers okra ; ---- ." ,
I ni !_&R a snllT7i. ts t s a .o s; atw ..a.+. Jm 2....................".._ 7:33 1:15 and the like If one has a partially di-'I "

Ja _:S__....._......._..._._ S:-.5 2;:'t) eased lettuce crop, he should see to it !

CD* Best and most economical to Use Jan 29............................ 0:50 3:2: ; that the crops which follow the diseased I i

Jan 30........................'.. 10-50: {Z: 3 lettuce crop are such that are not attacked San Mateo Cigar|

.; LOOK FOR THE LABELTHE JAPANESE GIRL IN IOU" Jan 31.............................11.50 3.0 by the disease; or if the Cropsare / I
Forenoon and afternoon tides ara approximately those that are only slightly attacked j .
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: FOR SALE BY at the same hour. Auto- by it, they should be such crops that
i mobiles can be driven on the beach two will enable the planter to cultivate up j
'! hours after high tide and within two Have Made

.f r R. S. A1ALEY\ Daytona, P. A. I REKA & CO., DeLand, hours of high tide. near cultivation the plants of, which okra, is eggplant the case in and the

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f IRELAND & .\1c CALL. New 1 Smyrna. 'What is Lily Water? Call "at pepper I believe the points mentioned above A ..
the of
electric light plant. Reputation
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should be known to every truck grower
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e < r. *: authority as Prof. Rolfs, there cln be
: Fronting on the F..tn.! : Lillht,. and .
o << Halifax Ricer ti!'''t.rn Tmp'W\"n.ent.. :. ': THE HOWARD : no doubt as to the t-orrtctness of theinformation I Their Own.
f' <<<< : given. ,
<< It Yours truly i!
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i SCHMIDT'S HOTEL : : : Cuisine 1 I'nescelled i J Secretary Model Farm Company. I I The success of the San Mateo Cigar is one ol a

<< The Howard has Lire parlors, broad verandas, spacious lawns is ---- -- .
: << S hmidt'. Villa. ; the greatest industrial triumphs of the EastCoa.
Formerly I |
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} .t centrally located, a few rods from the Halifax River, on W.lusiaa : *An intimate knowledge of the '
: HENRY SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors : ': : -nue, the main thoroustfare from the depot( : five minute walk J building interests of this locality iiiice the freeze.
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: to PostEco{ stores. etc::. Is first; b.*s and homelike.
D."O A, FLORIDA. : I J: will save you many anoyancts: and

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i << .. with you. It costs you nothing. sula of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce and wrip-
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, f I ...., I It i the cigar industry of the world has never prod aced better
.. I It " 'x .. ... Proclamation ;
" "i '" : 'T" " '" sNNxaatca a ssss + surr .+ fi J!
-- --- Of Annual Municipal Election. For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and _
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t .. *********** ****************.**t***. Greene, Mayor of the City of News Company train -
.' I I Daytona, Fla., do hereby call the regular on every entering Florida.
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: Fift). THE BENNETT annual election to be held at the .
"THE PINES"ccomodates : i .* .. City Hall on the twelfth H2tlt) day of Twenty sizes, styles and grades to select from;*
situated on that celebrated the qualified electors of the city will cast
thoroughfare. RiJgewood Avenue
i Rates: 12.50: Per Day and l'p. Special by Month : J their ballots for the election of the fol FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.Manufactured .
; Equipped with all modern improvements. Rooms en suite, with lowing officers:
.!.. An houM.Attractive mJpburor hooe tail with water large Laths and,airy*. -ctrle rtns Debts. hot and furnace coll beat 1Iat sad r through e..I"vb.n.l fhe., .. : and without bath.. AH white help. Gentlemen's .tnokicg and J One mayor for one year. I By

f Some of Gardenadordwgaonev1.wofthe thepleatanlfeatureol"Th* Pln* *" countrr.are it*Ride. river Ttrrandaiaad and bc ao.Us t',or .. *. reading r>>oms adjoin the handswrne sun parlor and !!'pal'if,tL'office.I J I jj I One One clerk assessor for for one one year.}ear. I S. W. ROWLEY, SAN EO.tJi&tit..I.I..H'

: -1he Fine*''UUtoated en: goutit Kldcenoml I, the hish !t avenue In Ilal."na. : I!! .. One collector( for one year TLORIDA
.<.< Roomsstgleorenaufte..Itbor.fthout! prUif loatb. Open from December 1 to May 1. .. One treasurer for cne year.
.1 I : Four members of the council for .
city
i OPEfRO OBEH 1 TO >\."\1 I. : : Terms on Application .... I two years. liIIU'iJ..t..J.iNorman -' .'
Three school trustees for two
year
: MRS. J. B. t11 SKY, Proprietress. : \ ALBERT : I And to determine whether a three 13)) --
: : : BENNETT, Proprietor. I mill school tax shall be levied for th<
J38 South Ridge wood Avenue, e DAVTONA: FLA. k1t : i enduing two years.

; "y"4;4 ..t N i 44NN .* s.K7xe '.' *.-rrt.....+tN"+!NN+1NNsfa.ss...a 1s.. 1N4.....+* ', H.At Clark such election J. M Carson, George S. Dayton
--- ----- -- ---------- and J. L. Lynch shall act as ,
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************************** ************..***...*- .R.I. inspectorand fenryTitus[ shall act ;
..................... I* 'clerk. as

THE Avenue, I j PALMETTO Done under my nand and the seal of I
t CLEVELANDtagnol1a si a 5toffke. : HOUSE .j. the City of Daytona: and in pursuanceof j REAL ESTATE.C
: .: city ordinance this January 7. A. I). .
'
S. B. GREEN, Proprietor. J: '- 190 E. W. GREENE,
; Well Known '
t and Popular It Attest: Ingot of Daytona
I r New House. New Furniture. Steam Heat. Sanitary Plumb i J: : A. MeF. I'OKTEK.City Clerk. I re of piufvrty. J 1st door south of potoffice.' W. II. EDt

I i ing. Gas Lighted. Everything Up-to-Uate. < .*. : notice: to \Resident.. }iOD4OManager, Daytona, Fla. Plans Estimates and '

Rooms Only. I louse Now for [ Open 1907-08. .
ZfCuit of Florida, In F. E C.
and for vobf..11'-1 i Railway. Phones at office, yard and residence.
i Daytona.homelike and comfortable i j I County., in Chancery.
J !'Catherine E. Skhopfj J
CENTRAL t t5.
AUTO .
GARAGE.Charging house. h lrst-ela in all re pert' t .. i;i' Augustus\ F. :>*'hppf J .................................-................

[ Cars Stored. : : To Augustus!' 1'. 5 chopf.J : .:&tablJh*l.Wyear: *. ..
Plant. Gasoline, *
Batteries C i our
}Bender Oils: \: C. 0. CHAA1BERLIN 1 Proprietor. You are hereby required to appear to I PrK s are Right->tathlnery tile teatL

: >. the }Hill of Complaint fated herein :
i. PORTABLE
Repairing Promptly Attended To. i .iY..YXY.Yi tYY.iXY.JXY1l..tlti...t..............1f.*. i ion against you in the above entitled cause I'! : }" SAW MILL i
or before the 3rd of OUTFITS
day f i itb
i ..*...............................................e j A.I>. 190, lebruary i ij : .
I
t I ........,.,...,.,....,.................... .. .S The Daytona Gazette-New- is hereby I j and best Boilers on eartn. L'nlnM i
........ .. ... f .- mid all klodtol''
: ... 4 designated as the newspaper in which I : '1W- wood
'
Open For Business this order shall be published once j I mill working machinery aid '
; .i week for four consecutive weeks. ai I aoppllea. We carry a
' t The Ivy Lane Inn .nli Ik 1 THE ". R. STllL."A, Z i Witness mv' hand and seal of office .: Imm large stock late and can malt :
STILLMAN Proprietor. 4> I I this 20th lay of December: A. D. 190t .. Write hlpmnt. 4
SAM'L D. : today for our illustrated
f JORDAN, Clerk. taIopM. :
We
... Enlarged and Improved : : 11 I Uy II. I'. H.111L1IPhutp Ork. I Co rWclDecwWia.tcKk.I can sage you money,
In Center of Busines:; District. Large Well Fur- { }I FIT/GKHALD ,\; OATES, Address dl letters to :

With Increased Facilities in All Departments, uill le able in Mill" : :5 ni>hed HOOIJlsr ell Heated. Personal- l\\ S-,lfitor for Complainant.! 'II : A1ALSBY COMPANY, ATLANTA 11 sots F.arth Street. '

larger degree to please and (satisfy those who desire refinedelegance } :.1'' :* tcntion Given to Comfort' of jne ts | I i in, .ircuu..Notke. court-to :n-ResiJent., :evcnth Judicial" .............N.....N N...............EOROIA.....NNN.i :4

as well as All Comfort and Conveniences. : : First-Clax< Chef. White Help. i Circuit of Florida, in an.I for V .lusia
County. In Chancery.John -
; Open from November to May.WAI. i : Klertrip Lights, Hath: *. I. lledgeinan

A Rooms With or Without t Board. \ I Julia HtilceniunTo vs FULL
1. W. FOLTZ Lessee. : : Julia lint lgman ii t
';: *N You are hereby re aired to I i! ,
+ |I'
to
..........................N.....................N... :.- N NN NN1N NNN N. the Hill Complaint. filed appear herein I I! IPbt
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.......................... ........................4. 4: ....-.-.THE-....-.-...- NNIi.-.-M-.-.-...--..--.-.-.-...-.-.-.....-...-.......1 j! on against or!tfun you in the the 3rd share day entitled of February l ('au.-.e,I Z Z1 fXPRfssPafP
PRINCESS ISSENA. $FLORIDAE I A. D., 190x"D.tytnna! \ lac

4 4, .\ now tnne I 11 Gazrtt -News" i H hereby _
> + end; (tame stnicturv Neither a boarding house I : ,
HOTEL DESPLAND ? i i iI date i :.M-ly I a hotel. th> ugh combining: all the modem tonvtniencw and nor up-to-pre- -ignatnlas order; shall the be published newspaper in which'thw I
oticeaweek
accomtnodat.' < of the latter, but intended to t,* in the nature of an i for four consecutive
I 4 elegant private home for the travelling public I.xated in the midst of Witn weeks.
a
t leek, ;3 s my hand and seal of
minutes walk office
from
the beach
Terms too: t"'r day. Sfw -ial I this i
DAYTONA FLORIDA. i : rates for the season or for parties. I IStli day 6AWL.of.Decrmbrr. A. I).. 1907.

.4. 1111............ J{i! Hy R. 1MIAMLIN D.JOKDAClerk., .

"The Favorite." Steam Heat : j/N: .iN.o...1.x..............................1.1.1. =B I r.Solicitor\\ I'OI>for n, Complainant.Deputy Cle&i:. l5hl I _a .lDth

Irywa aI' T'U X"., Y Furnished F.t ,I .....,,
: i:4 t .U..nt Xnrtb"rn Tal.I'> :. ,. c_
lvftacai
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T' -
rni- t: to |: \ff fk' ---- -
f- : Open. for the Season 1907.08 under management of j .' 4 4i The Glenn MRS. ELLA II. GLENN Proprfctiw: ['! J. T. LONG & Bro. IJ i 4_' :_ M t _

:i ;i 31. X Beach St Daytona; Hx :. ., ;;; $ I2

ti i 1 L. M. WAITE, Owner and Proprietor. :\ :: Centralh. Locate Facing the Halifax liner: {


i "f. .................,................ .................. ...14 J .:1 NIN.1...1.1 With.NNHI Dealing.1 and.1.IN/1 Fishing.INNN almost at.1 the..1 I.1)Or..1.1.t;!{iC"OICr'IEA, ISI'I CHAS.\fiEXCY; BLUA1 AIST! BREWING& COMPANY CO. I ,


:*.*.*.**.***....tt;***** *******',:- *....**- : Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis .

City Hotel I: THE MORGAN CORNER \OLUSIA A.ND: .. of f All Kinds. : sent for I'rk'e Li..t 66 Whiske

; i t: .. PALMETTO A1'E.h'ES.An J -.- TACKSOVVILLEn; ___
( 1 ..i................ ="_'"
J: 1 elegant! new house with Steam IKat. Electric I-igbts, Bath, Sanitary I will keep a choice line of Florida I ... .. ........7
x OPEN All numbing Tkasant :Surroundings:; ttc. Within three minutes walk of the \ : ::
: ,: THE YEARELECTRIC j I dtp-* t'ffirr. and S
F. y p." -tores ai.dchun-hes.: One Wu( k from Ferry and River J ; western meats always on hand MALLORYJ 1

4 :: AIRS. B. P. SMITH, Proprietress. : 1 Corner Fairview amie and Dav- : ;
LIGHT.. '
.... M ELECTRIC BELL ka.....t1otl+.anttiat+..fa.o.t....Xe X.i....i.t.....: tona St. Phone 119! : LINES \ j!
Hot and Cold Bath :
j ', 7 Table Firstd'lassju' ,. l" ,,, ,,.iiiiii.iii.,,'iini'" 'iM ,.," "' 'i"i."i ..i"ii".i".. ...., SPECIAL PA
'iy i A. o. ncBRIOE n..i;" ;iii''::r$, PINE WOOD SSE NGER-EXP ESS !|i

PreslJr.t' F.Ii.: C\l It A 0
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STEAMSHIPS.
i Cuher :; i 1 argeet and) most ];
GEO.
.. .. H. MATTHEWS thorlughy) f'fluipPf'd
.
wra passenger tfawl'l i on dt

PROPRIETOR. :, I'. MERCHANTS BANK 1 FOR SALE : I ST.\NO OVERCROWDING coast. :.

i ******** .. | Capital Stock) 5 S2 and $2.50 :i : the nnmler on these IJnJp@, as no tickets will :
** ***AA4. A *** *.***********#********.*.. II .. g 50f.1JJ | a Strand i !luring Df berths,or the seating ca le s(+dd to xceed'. {
all of >
iVrsrnal Li passecaere pacify m.i.g Hale., thus I.
individual
;; THE MAGNOLIA | .. J00f000 | delivered : 1'\S EXGERi LE.VE t1eni't' and attl'otion. :
:
from JACKSONVILLE
Hutchinson's : i
II Transacts a General Banking Business. 5 tiTS( &obedal" of EVERY Till 1L'lt\. .
l'hipe in
1.011
norida
RIDOEWOOD' E: Timt'8-roion
A\ENfE, DA\TONA. FLORIDA. Wood 1Trb TO NEW I i
:
|, 4 cent. Interest Yard, west : Ineludiojt, 1.ORK A DLL POINTS NORTH,
per : of deli :
Large Cuisine Compounded >t h ttul D.\
sunny rooms. exoelleat. Electric : Quarterly fLIGHT SAIL
k Lights, Fumate n.at !Paid | through the
and all modern conveniences. | Savings On railroad on Magnolia( Throw,!ti tickets F.UIOrS "SE.\ ISLANDS:' i
i Accounts.
f an n- : sold to all Xortbt'rn I
MRS. CELESTE poiottl.
HINKS, Proprietress. : l regardingattraetios.offeredb For full!' information
ue. tickets, J DO other line !
5 Safety Deposit Boxes 1 etc? apply to ; diagram r-f rTatioD*,
.
'!" " ,t..ttttts<.....+stt. ttx.ts.ttxtett+. %.,....,.................u..U..II.IIU..LUU..u... .... for Rent : F. Al. I
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.. IRONMONGER
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TnnTr. m'.saquq. ... .yn..f..II.u'.u..u...... I Jr. 1--11'eet
.T..07,..r..iT.TT"O...a Hutchinson & Brittle : UuntOeneralP. Buy Street, 0
t Gt'O. n er Agent Jacksonville F'rlda.) t
U.
.J j .iliiiN.... Clark, Local Agent, Daytona, Fla. l.

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