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 25, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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?
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Vol. 19, No. 35 0 xt Everywhere. Reaches All Clall l. Daytona, Florida,. Saturday January 25, 1908. Belt Achertlsln Medium In Dayton end vicinity Price 5 Cents

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:...............................------------I....................:1 Masonic Party. .1. .1.I.I.I.I.1.1.I.1.1.1.I.j.I.I.1.I.I.

: Don't Fail to See theContinuous : The dancing and progressive card i:I.

CLUB MEETING : party evening given by at the Oriental Masonic Commandery Temple last ROAD RACE. BARNES, the Novelty Man, i Ir

Sc Pictures Knights Templar well attended.
Moving Ni KKK 'I| KKK .
Five Hundred was the game indulgedin
Last Week was a Very Interesting I| by the guests. Light refreshments Plans Now Complete.-Pathfinder is : SELLS EVERYTHING. :
Peck Block foot of South .
: Bridge. One-Many Visitors Present to were served. The next party will)) be Now Blazing Way for Endurance
: Pictures changed Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat urda}s. :: given on the evening of the second Fri- : Especially Stationery Fishing Tackle, Crockery, :

: See live Alligator in window. : Enjoy the Literary Treat. ': day'in February. All Masons and their Race, Jacksonville to Miami. : Glassware Fancy Confectionery, Souvenir Post :

The Philanthrophical -Department of Ii friends arc cordially' invited. An ad- Plans are now complete for the Jacksonville Cards, Talking] Machines Dolls, Toys and Notions. :

: Admission I 10 cents. 5 the Talmettto Club held forth at the mission fee of fifty cents per couple, and to :Miami Road Race which r .

clubhouse Thursday afternoon, under I twenty-five cents for each additional takes place the second week in March. I BARNES :

1.I.I.I.I.I.I.1.I.I.1.1.I.1.I.I.I.I..I.1.1.I. the efficient direction of Mrs. Laurence I lady is charged at theee entertainments. James Laughlin, 3rd, the young Pitts-

Thompson, chairman. A good representation -I burg millionaire, accompanied: : by Vice : Will also] frame your Pictures, sharpen your Saws, _

: .NN...N..N.........NNNNN...N.......... of club members were present, j Jetting Next to Nature. 'resident. George L Sebring of the Knives Scissors Lawn Mowers, Etc., and will :
florid East: Coast Automobile Associa- I
also The many stage visitors.decorations of bamboo, I Our congressman remembered me the tion and Sales Manager: Charles C. Per- repair almost anything that is out of whack. :

I THE E tIAS L GARDINER CO. I other day with a package of collard .
umbrella plants and roses were artistically civalof the Cleveland Motor Car Co ,
arranged and beautifully effective seed and a fat brand of cow peas. When have been appointed through the effortsof In, Fact, for Any Want, Remember 'S

you contemplate those two vegetablesthere Senator. J. Morgan as Pioneer .
I : j is more poetry in them than would r
The with vocal These three will survey
i solo by program Mr. Hale,opened"We All Love a Jack," I I appear at first from a Floridian's usual the layout of the 300( miles of swamp BARNES i

I Dry Goods. j M. 1'. Cornwall, accompanist, and I I familiarity fulfill with them. of and everglade lying between the un A
They a part I..mgfl'llow.oIIpoem
"Under The Hose," in response to traveled depths] between Jacksonvilleand THE NOVELTY MAN. :
about iiext"
| "getting to nature.
met with mud. Miami. This road has never beenompletely .
t rncore, appreciation. j I
I j Collar are u sort of connecting link covered by an automobile : 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. :
The of the llev. D. :
speaker afternoon between man and the animal
Phone 102 | | kingdom;
Anthony Block Ralph Owen made the trip from Jacksonville -
11. Kutter pastor of the :M. E Church,j but when you cat cow (peas you are to Daytona u stcam-r has hl'Cnto l ISI.I.I.1.I.i.1.1.I.I.i.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.1.I
: was then introduced by :Mrs. Thornson. ]*-!I right down there as it were .
Roikk-dgu. IJ yond that a wilderness -
Mr. Hutter spoke with great ,
: DAYTONA FLORIDA. j i fluency and earnestness, evidently going:>i of t-ane-brake swamp, sand and
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tangible vegetation exists which has
over familiar ground and carrying his 1
+N/NN1.1NN..+...+.+...+.....+........+..1111.*.. listeners with him. lie was frequently ,,| W. M. Brown Acquitted. never been traversed except by an occasional -

interrupted by applause. He said, j 1, After twenty-four hours deliberation ox-team or pack-mule.
:I.III' .I.I.I.ISIII.1.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.i.I.I.I.I.II.I. S "The subject of philanthropy is one of i j I the jury in the Brown case at Miami returned From Palm I3cach to Miami there is a Norman S. Dayton

of the most interesting that comes be-:i I a verdict of not guilty last Fri- 60-mile road built by II. M. Flaglcr,

fore us. There is something ennobling I'day. The jury stood eight for conviction which will require clever and hard driving -

Groceries ? and sublime in the very word. True I, on the first ballot, which reversed to bring an automobile! through suc

: philanthropy has its source in the heart I'1 I several times until finally the verdicti cessfully. The course of the race for LUMBER.Yard .

filled with love of mankind in which i I i I was agreed upon. many miles follows the bank of the

.. .. universal good and benevolence towardthe I Mr. Brown, the president: of the bank Indian rifer and the course i is one of

: NOW YOU ARE TALKING whole human family is manifest. I!|I it will be remembered was indicted for the prettiest in the county for a test of Magnolia Avenue and F. E. C. Railway. Also

: It is brotherly concern for the welfare'i: making or causing to be made false his character; at :places the road runs Plans Estimates and Superintendence. Real Estate office l

of the other fellow. Real :, entries in the books of the Fort Dallas und.'r over-hanging moss and miles of
philan- ]1st door south of .P. 0. W. II. EDMONDSOX, Manager,
That's '' i I Xational Bank which failed last July. orange groves are passed on both sides.
Business. said "was
{ thropy, inaugurated \
My i). Florida.) Phones at office and residence.
i I tytnna, yard
: when the Man of Gallilee taught 'what- i Mr. Brown and his wife were visably Streams will have to be forded in many
that should do :lafTe I : I take pleasure in calling f<<<.rur order anti) soeverycwould men
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unto you, do ye even so to them.' liespoke was returned to the court. The land of Ioe found deep in sand making the use: of "
delivering) promptly what you vvnnt. Jly strxk U of our kindergartens, schools, '1 i (
: i is always fresh and fine and jour trade will : asylums, homes for the orphan and j bank was! discharged and court adjourned tackle an absolute necessity.: The difficulties : irp

U IK highly appreciate! and) writ: taken rare of : aged, and the thousand:; and one philanthropieal i bine dieSeabreeze ___ ___ to be overcome will make this'uthfmder ..1.. 111............................................... 1
test most and
iii : interesting
institutions of the :
: Phone me your want- S presentday
for the Detests Ormond. w ill go far to prop that the automo-
making prt>\iaiong helpless,
young and old I. the maimed the halt : In the first game of the winter baseball bile of tod.iy: i-i so near |perfect that :( CONRAD GROCERY CO. I \
and the blind and drew inference I there i is no reason to believe but that it :ii
s."r. CARROLL! I an inspiring I season, played ut Seabreeze last
can traverse any part of the world i
of the growth of the spirit of j Saturday, the Seabreeze team defeated
where be :f
universal brotherhood. He mentionedthe | the Ormimd team by a score of 4 to 2. gasoline can procured.The (Successor to E. '1'. Conrad & Co.) i ,

: The North Beach st.. Grocer. : work of the reform school of our | The game was lively throughout and a Cleveland Pioneer Pathfinder :. e1
State at Marianna and read an interfiling ''large crowd cheered their favorites.' ctf Jacksonville on the morning of :
: : communication from the : January 22. with their 15-horsepower, .i Full and i :
: Telephone: No. 11)!) : superintendent J The sandy diamond made bunting a Carry a Complete
in charge. lie concluded I feature of the game. l-::act, team registered car fully equipped with pick-ax, spade,

.1.I.1.1.I.1.1.I.1.I.1.I.I.I.1.I.1.I.1.I.1.I.I.1.1.1I with an loquent plea for the wise train :i ten hits Seabreeze. won the block! I and tackle: IS-foot pine skids, ,i Line of Plain and FancyGROCERIES i :

ing of the youths of the of our : rolls of canvas and necessary camping
- -- --- country i i game in the fifth, scoring the four runs

I f A Matter of Essential Importanceto fair Florida, of our beautiful Daytona, I in that inning. Ormond scored in theI equipage to enable them to live in the I':
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,, f .ff 1tnn"/- '&;':Jr
a quoting in full the lt'autifullllt'm.j I third and fifth. The batting order was hazardous. and impassable territory olmis f :
to e\erY liou.M-hoMer sanitation and sanitary .. 01 inc of !
a part slate t ioriua in
What eau a Uiy Jo mid where eau li" Mar, as futloOrmolldXl'CdlllulI.l.\\' : ( f
equipment should receive the greatest II he'.alwaystoldtogetout of the way." : I. f.; Hocy. f.; which for the nextten, days they will ,

.- I possible attention; and when new ,lumlr The audience th / njo'ed two songs Dekhanty, :lb! ; Whitney I. !h.: Quintan3b have to exist and will probably arrive .

j ing I la to Le in>tallcd only a plumber of the "\\' thout Thera". and Florean's Song" i; ; Turner s. II.; Terrell r. f.; Butler here today. For SCO miles they will .

:.t highest repute, and one who keeps up with by Mrs. Montana I.udlow Hiss Hohin-I c; Applegate', p.; Rudolph p.; Murray\ travel through the most historical ,I i I

4 the latest improvements, should be employ son accompanying; after which :Mrs. p. part of the United States. The first CLOVER HILL BUTTER. t ti

qF ed. If you have this subject under conMderulion :: Thompson gave a clear and concise out-i I &Seabrce/e(Madden r. f.; McKernan day but forty miles were made to St. '

mss Rr'k ,i a consultation with the undiTMgnrd ] i I line of the work of the phihmthropical I j!I c. f,; Ceyer, I. f.; :Mitchell Ib; Wetzel, Augustine, where stop for the night was 9

f will iKvof ,th- greatest vnluer department of the Palmetto Club showing j': 3bDwyer,2b.Mitchell; : I!. II.; Wakei made at the Alcazar, the home ol The Conrad
Grocery Company
good results achieved among thc i!I fif't.I. c.; Duggan, p.; J. Duggan, p.; John Anderson who entertained the I i: : ., 1
r D4YTONA Chenaiilt I I'athfrndersheaving the Sales; of St.
t two colored settlements of Midway andWavcross. ': p. ; K.: T. Conrad & Go's old stand.
------ Augustine yesterday: the I-aughlin f
PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Planning Journey to Ormond-Daytona Pathfinders traveled t<> Ormond, .+.+.........+...+.....+..+N+.*..++.+...+.+.+.....+.
In answer to the statmc made by .
: sixty-four miles over the Kings m
t c vrR. Phone 64 some mel.nlJlr the club of the serious' The racing committee of the Chicago away
illness of two of the first and best beloved i Automobile Club have arranged for aspecial Highway. At l Daytona, MX miles beyond ..111.1.....iNNNINNN' ..........................
the palatial clubhouse of the
..................-.--..-....-. .-..-...............-.....N4 Heed Abbott club members and Win.Mcsdames huger<< messagesof Jennie i[I and train Chairman to the Gregory OrmondDaytonaI of thatcommittee Florida East Coast; Automobile Association Transfer & '

will be inspected, lunch enjoyed : Daytona livery
Ask for the Bread sympathy and kindness were ex- i i Las obtained, the names of I
: and the members will escort the Pathfinders ) :
tended to then numerous Chicago Club members who
over the famous .shell road toTitusville '
.tl. I At the conclusion of the program a 1!{ have expressed their intention of witnessing I C. C Johnston. Proprietor,
forty miles where the
r with the stamp of delightful social hour was enjoyed dur- : the speed contests. away .,
night will he spent. I have the best livery in the
Word has b received from the A
';:::;'. ing which refreshments of cake and fn I .
: coffee were served by the social! com | :Minneapolis and :St. Paul Automobile The third, fourth and fifth days will I I f city, with white drivers who

) mittee. Mcsdames Congdon and (:lod- i Clubs, who have always shown a kern not average over thirty miles each :.: } are familiar with all roads
INj c owing to the bad condition of the road, .
l' Daytona Bakery interest in the e
rLlalwwl dard were the gracious hostesses of the Ormond-Daj races, y 1 I
the afternoon. i to the effect that they are coutemplat getting the Pathfinders into Palm Beach : LOOK FOR THE
; J Mrs. II. C. Godman presented the ing making up a special train to the with Miami but mty-five miles away. I : = f s Silver Tipped Rigs.

.,. I tracts, and a special committcee has The Pathfinders will map out, survey, : ..
dub with handsome chair '
K 'f.i; ;::. H. E. QUI IGProprietor. a upholstered '! been api>oinlcd to ascertain the support { erect sign Imarda on every available '-:-: Phone 27, opp. Public School.OPEN ,
.$ that her late husband had intended
JE.:! :.:;' senting. i which will l he given the special tree for the benefit of the contestants I ..........;; ..... .......................... j.
be of
:';' 1! truin project.Plans in what bids: fair to one the hardest .

:""" i -- -- --, | are already under way whereby road tests or endurance runs which I NNN N..t............... .-,........................

.....M ...............W...+*...............****...e High School Journal. I the Automobile Clfib of America will has ever been put up to an automobile :

1'or two years the Daytona High I j I run a big special to the scene of the Or- or any other m..tllrI'ower.hide.. I : SHOP Magnolia Avenue
.*. *.** ************..**..*Ot.i. ***.*.** mond-Daj"tona battle of road giants .
School has published a Paler called The I
i N. ERICKSON Sentiml. Many people have little i idea i I The attendance, considering the far Repairing Road to St. Augustine. I
that the speed carnival will be held
how much the publication of this paper' : Through the public spirit) of Thomas I
a Cabinet Maker. Wood WorKer. has helped them in their English, in i! when the Florida :season is at its zenith, II. White, one of.the manufacturers of

e i : their business ideas, in their school :i will be the largest ever assembled tI <) I the White. Steamer, l the road between

Window] made] order. Will help these boys I witness: the races on this fast eoiirse.hat and I l'altingt ;
t Picture Frames, Door Anil Screens to : spirit. you put Daytona St. Augustine i is noin
t and girls in the way of getting what --- passable condition for automobiles.

i Cottage Avenue, DA\TONA. FLA. you want them to have when they \\ Is It? Bridges have been built onrlIigatvr I I t l Di'rorating i!

+r N..NtI>F .N1;>t4xrf *************************>t come into the business world They 1'. J. Haw ley has at his home on Branch and :Mulberry Branch, almtit I i ..Pnpt''hntJl-tjtJ)

-- -- are :anxious prepare this paper again. : :North looking thirty miles from here and all Iru..h
Kidgewood avenue a queer -
For two years the business men of the which he two week has been trimmed away MJ that cars! I
reptile captured !
I. PUMPS If you are thinking city have generously advertised with useven or more ago in the hammock lands west can pass w ithout scratching the paint. '! [ West of Ridgewooil avenue Daytona, Florida i

of though they knew and we knew of his place' and for which up to this Holes have been filled up and other im- i| :..........................................t........ :
heating that there little direct profit made. :Mr. White advises
your was money time he has been unable to find a name provctnents
: to them. Still we notice that any town: One claimed have motorists to carry a small ax: and shovel : ........ .....................N....111.111.1..11....
party to seen one dug
I< THAT home or your ho of any size likes to boast of its schools, up :Miami: and :Mr. Hawley also heart I to cut any newly fallen trees and fix any : .J H. n.\BruSON .i

if they are alive, and the thing that bad holes, hich are sure! to come in'! .
that had been found! at .
one : SprueCreek
I 'J4 A close examination of electrical
tel see us, we are I makes them live is the force and money ; few soft places in the road. He advises -, I
year ago. work finished and charged for
of the men and women l behind them. : that when a hole is found that it >he .i
The specimen in Mr. Hawley's possession : from this shows how -
in the business. We want our city to equal other cities'i' inches in promptly filled with old logs, palmetto i r '.. shop .quarei
is about eighteen length, I
PUMP !' : ly and honorably we transact, our
from an educational standpoint. toots, dirt and sand. The county does
dark smooth skin and tail resembling
has a business. Electrical repairs receive -
i f We sell the best line Do you belive it will be money in. not ice fit to keep the road in re i
an ed.1 but the forward part of the : attention. Those
tf f pockets and pride in hearts to I and if those traveling it would fpecial .
your your pair over ..
body is provided with pair of legs and : who employ us never about :
of Hand and Power i worry
have school do little when
a thriving organization in a repairing trees fall, or a
looks like that of a huge lizard. The cur charges, and they know before :
" thri\'ingcity Do feel when I bad hole to form would'
our you commences we
R Pumps offered in creature evidently belongs to the under : engaging us that our workmanship .
'J ever make this plea, that it is to your interest have a fairly good Florida road all the
I I I ground world, being without eyes, but i ii : will be the best. :
to have a strong, first-class school way to St. Augustine.The .
Daytona for the money. i H well supplied w ith hearing apparatus. .
within our limits, and that one feature Hotel Ormond has promised to
The mouth is like that of a lizard familyto : i
Pipe Fittings of I I 10f a strong first class school of today is which it doubtless:! belongs. place the road from Mulberry: Branch to : v, ; i Daytona Electric Co. .

a literary publication If 1'0. advertuewith ;; St. Augustine in good repair. Anyone .
Mr. Hawley :show! the
willtcheerfully :
the Sentinel. M. H. B. who feels like assisting in the good : r---. r-- 232 South Beach Street.
: creature to interested parties and any- r -
all kinds. one who is able to classify it will convey work undertaken by Mr White should' :.......11111111111111111111.........N......NNI.N.i.

For Sale-As I am now traveling and a favor by letting either he or the Ga7etteX communicate. with any of the officers otth ...............................-. ................NN
wish to locate nearer the center of my (,'* into the secret of its proper t automobile association.

territory, I offer at a low figure all or name. 1
BRASS Staples Cutten any part of my property comprising 2 An intimate knowledge of the building hill LER WILSON & CO. fE.{ i J

dwellings) I store, I corner lot on Bay i:i i For Rent-Two-room flats for light interest of this locality will save E

and Beach streets suitable for business, i i housekeeping, $S to *I2 per month; single you many annoyances, and perhaps extra
2 Cottages for Sale or Rent. Life Fire and Accident Insurance. :
.!J A CENTRAL AUTO GARAGE, hotel or opera house and a nine acre room 50c per day; special rate for costs. Let us advise with you It'

Phone 10.( farm; see any real estate man or J. I:. season. The Ri"ersi113 North costs you nothing, N'orman S. Dayton, :. Phone 231, DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. pN. .

Rush, owner. tf 'I Beach street, Daytona, }1l\. tf Daytuna. \t ...... ...................6....N..N.111......1N..



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f. A party of twenty visitors and citl-IZeM jAIiiS1ONA :

THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS bed a delightful trip to Turtle i d\

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAYT. Mound Saturday On their return e : t L. a.
they called at New Smyrna and visited --.
E. FITZGERALD, Editor which only discovereda w w % I '- '.
the old fort was
k. : :;: : 1 ritzgerald & tiles
I short time ago., I C; t.i J.: BOHAXXONPliysician ; .

I r THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANYINCORPORATED t! daughters Mr*. Chas.arrived M 1JiJburn from and Miami two where little : MOTOR i : I and Surgeon I I Attorneys at Law .

; ( ) they had been visiting a sister and i. Special A.t&Hitioo to Kxamir.inc and
r I .. -- ----- .| stopped to visit Mr. and Mrs. Milburn.i : Office over the Atwood Perfecting Land litlr. *
,I ..r, !I M burn the night SATISFACTION y Ueacb street, Daytona, Fla. 1
Cha M. came on :
Secrnd Class Matter.I' > >
Entered at. the Postoffice! at Daytona, Florida, as I Ii I i Cooed Bbrk, DAYTONA FLA. f
--.-. I. train from Augustine to join tht'm.1 '. : Telephone No. 74. .
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I They remained until Sunday :Eve y7JJi1ai4. lllt41iied' + -
t .__ _. SATURDAY JANUARY 23. 1908 Carr n. 1 MdU Earl fifc'LAN'DLS
and then went to St. Augustine. 1 I
: .H.SEELYC.A.jn.Physician .
= -- -- --- i I, Mrs. Fair was called to DeLand to see & fiSH "'

.44.........+.....................4..4....N.NNNNt i her father who u seriously ill. Miss The "Automatic"Perfect : and Surgeon. J
t : May Milburn: took charge of Mrs. Fair'sroom I Attorneys at Law

in the icLool.Hon. : Fpccial attention given to Electrical Practicing 18 all Rial sad K.-4.r l'j
i Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. l, Chas. Dougherty was in town power for all marine work. }laden two { treatment aod Mechanical: methods. I Court Clsll or Criminal ha lnM fif.
Ave. burs!! careful tuotloo. Sparta ( clllit.,
: Monday shaking hands with friend' styles-slow speed, heavy duty and yacht engines.. : J 127 So. Ridgewood 5.i.; to forlDTfitlg.Unf .iMl perff'trlDlItln.
::1 Prices and Catalog No. 19 on application.Write 8-10:30: and 1.3:30. Phone i I DtlAixl FlorMa.Itaae .
dealer J. L. .
: MRS. H. A. BERNARD: Editor. : Our leading real estate us-we can save you money. .
I Pattillo has just sold two lots to Mr. .
- -..-.-... .- ...._ I : A.Stewart Efford Ely
',. ..H........NN...m. --I Scott, who expects to build this spring Florida Gas Engine & Supply Co. : DR.J.ERAU'LINGS ,

Daytona Beach Ja. 22-Butler J: !i at the horn of his parents, Mr. and STEWART & BLY

Company last;; week: sold to J. G. Brown Mrs. F. C. Harding on Oakridge avenue Holly -i iII TAMPA FLA.
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a lot]on Valley street south of the Saturday morning. January I ISth. Mr. I. We also carry a full line of stationary engines, irrigating Physician & Surgeon.Dr. Lawyers

BleeVman property belonging; to Thomas i ii Harding& was in Miami at the time, buta plants, pumps, pipe motor boat supplies etc. 1 .
; telegram brought him home in hot !I. F. II. Burke went to Jacksonville last t Raw ling's office over Gille'sdrug Office next door to Bank Building,
i Keating.A week where he has secured employmentat DeLand, HondaTITLES
: hast to welcome) the :young heir. a t Beach street.
furniture, ink -
; carload of household his trade in company with his ; !store I

cluding'piano<< shipped f rom'Middleboro: Rabies a-e at a premium in S.abrt-f'1f'. hroth.T-in,law, Mr. Adkins. who within ......... I II
Ky., has been received by.... I. Miller I There way a big crowd at the &(...,%ni- .aii.ily i is raiding in Jacksonville. .........N .. N I1II E. L. STEWART IXSUREDVolusia :

': the past week.A cal gardens unday. Tie mmagnntntiscunatantly f. .t. I 1' 1C: Kutter held his usualt TWO BARGAINS I County Abstract. Investment
Ian adding interesting |)<- i i- I jJ Physician and SurgeonSpecial
social and dance the ; 11 -t.r.day: service at the Union i and Title Insurance Company: .

Saturday 1W&! Pan enjoyable informal mens to thine arp.-tdy! <->n h-ind.. C .1. a h here lat :Sabbath: preaching a One Six Room House with double porch, Electric Lights, Telephone I attention to diseases of the I Abstracts fuml.bed and titles perfect
aHafrtothefollowing: : participants! : tU a Mr. and Mr. trunk; 1.. ittl II wi. .1 Eye, Ear. Throat and Nose. Office I'd. Slaps, Plats l and Blue Prints sap-
I v !: 11 t>-tini; sermon on Repentance. Etc, lot, 95' feet on Ridgewood by 250 feet. Good fence. Large Bert Fl h.Pre;Cart 1'.oluais Landl..
MisseOiuth"'and] Ruby Jester Ruth child of BiooJJyn are rp..o rt ,.rriMlat I : corner and residence No. 101 Magnolia corner I piled. V
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'r I If. :;;imf.nds has returned from be.trer A good home for Hocy and Tress Opposite Co.
number of peach trees good 82. .
Glen }. grapevine a Palmetto telephone
the Fla.
Coates/'nuth heating Grace eating! Da? !I." "i f ir a few days visit with her once Sours 9 a in.to p. m.
Fay Stewartithe'courtcaus]! young The annual <-h'ir-h inciting: f th (..It-r G. \V. IIarri, before returning .* someone. 100x150 G tt. situated _
t hostess Messrs. Harry Arnold, It.Ir CorigifgationM 1 Ch'irH .aC brid at I>r ., One Five Room Cottage (one story building) lot : i I
t< 1 T l.orri'at Jacksonville. D. D. & C. A\ ROGERS
I and on Mulberry street. A cozy little home. I G. A. LOCI
( E. L. MnU \"t'LiLg
.Selden Iar ice Dayton
and. :
StuclLhert. Ray 1
{CMit \\ II. Heath is giving his un- *
Grade I
Ir Rose. the following offtifr,* ,.. re .1 I'd'd forth* The'places;; are in Kingston just> north elf Divt'-na. I Civil Engineers
t di\iJ wife \\'. M. )1'/rf'.1"ru.-tH.; Iri. S Capt. T. A. Jewell and are entertaining ensuing }car: now his charter: party for the launch 1
:f their friends, Mr. and 1Ir:!. J. A. L. God-rnark Church Clerk; Mrs Call on or write Special attention given to TH.eas*. of (DAYTONA and
Elf'.ir.or being on a visit i to St. Augus- ., Officea (
1 L. Fellows, of Westport, Conn., who T. F. WiliHaiiLS: Treasurer; Mrs. Dora .i the Eye and FltUof Glasses. i Bo. I (MIAMI FLA.
tir.f". : H. McCLELLAN, Ridgewood,phone fi. Office bour 14.1Dto :
J1 f :- are spending the season at Crescent Dayton, Associate Treasurer;; ; Mrs. E. II. Mt-daines E. T. Merrill and Iatheln .1!i ":
t. City. They are favorably impressedwith Dayton. Auditor; W. M. Moore, Sunday !; and Mr. and Mrs. Knox, of Daytona, : Kingston or Daytona, Florida. I PAYTO A. FLA. 1 I 1

I' our city.Eugene School Superintendent; J. II. Sdden, visitors Mr. and Mrs. W. II.Edmondm's ....................j 1 --- I
were .............................. '
J ., John and Arthur Pardons I Assistant Superintendent.The the forepart of the week. .i M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. D. H. A. BERNARDI
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.J spent.the forepart of the week in DeLand. rick's home Ladies'on Circle Pinewood meet at avenue Mrs. Her-this Other recent: \isitors here were Mr. and i ..........s.............sI.......a...............-e; i Homeopathic Physician solicit subscriptions and businessfor
I 1 Mrs. II. Craig, Daytona Beach; Mr. and the Times-Union.
1 Evangelist J. M. Harris and wife afternoon. and Mrs. Wm. Atwood Prof. Sheppardand A RARE BARGAINA I'' Xo. 453 North Beach Street.

i were in the city Saturday and enjoyed I II Prof. olden reports a daily enrollment Frank Howard, Daytona.Mr. tww-story llUu.-(, two rooms below and two ilxne Double piazza on Office Hours 12:30 to 2:30 and 6:00 TIMES-UNION BUREAU
a visit at the parsonage with Rev. and : of new pupils, some 20 or more and Mrs. Wm. Welhcrell, Jr., who I front. Lot 10CK1100 feet fronting on river, pine timber enough for 200! or 1\i to 7:30.Telephone R. L. Smith Real Estate Office
Mrs. Parsons.Mr. : having entered school: within the past more strand of wood. A number of fruit trees started; orange, peach plum So. 122. !! Beach SrteL
lost most of their clothing and personal 'inGood well, chicken 1\1i
persimmons, fig, mulberry rape \ barn, flowing
and Mrs. and and ten days. Term examination is being
Harp.singer son I I effects in the fire which destroy their yard, door yard and patch. All well fenced Call or writeM.
t Mr. and 11rs.'Ashley arrived from Cleveland held this week. I i
.... | home recently, say they arc deeply F. BLITCH. Holly Hill Florida DR. BOHANNO.YSPrivate
Ohio Sunday afternoon and are i iPr The opening ball came played on the I grateful for the many kind acts and ........................................,............ Daytona Private Ilos-
located at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. grounds last Saturday was witnessed by I -- -- pital and Sanitarium Sanitarium
j offers of assistance tendered them by
,.: Miller.. a large and enthusiastic crowd. The i I their friend and neighbors. : ...N......N....N.N...N.............. .. .......N Every ore fcrllltr oi medical for the and proper lurarlcal;treatmentand cases. For the treatment of all
Mrs. C. L. Horn returned from De- game was played without error on the I Electrical appliances. trained norivei,
About midnight last Saturday two R. D. TAYLOR Electrical Contractor ...
Land She her sister, the part on the Seabreeze professionalsand : quiet surrounding Special attention dicI sad Surgical a
r reports
: young girls! waitresses at a Daytona I given mall patients. Terms on appli 21} South Beach Street. Phone 74.
Mrs. O. L. Richards very much with one error only on the part of I : cation. No 4 :Hcond are.. IxiTtOfia.L .
t in health. im-I Ormond prClfes."i(nali. TheCCrs.r;. A. KUtTK and K. HOWE. C. C. BOHANNON M. D.
proved citizens and appealed for shelter for the I Pbyslclans In Charge.
Mrs. I. Dougherty is in DeLand this I game will be played today. I night and protection from a couple of : : in Electrical Supplies of All kind;. Fixtures, Shades, -

little week granddaughter awaiting at the Inez bedside Kurtz of, who herr patronized The moving by picture the amusement shows are losing will young men with whom they had been I : Limps Xo. S Orange avenue. DAYTOXA, H.H ..\. : Dr?. W. A. GOVE I S. |II.| GOVE
driving and who had grossly insulted !
i Is reported quite sick.; I constituents! of Seabrct-ze. Mr. and r i and frightened them. They were cared .................N.......................... ........ Dentist l Architect Builder and'I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones, who have : Mrs. H. C. Buckland, Miss Grate Bur- I I I
for during the night and given a note ()f. ******* ********.********* ***********************#** ContractorResidence
been occupying the John Thompson ., dick and Miss Jones took in both |pu- explanation to their employer the next' Offp| : I'nrarr lidg..,.o xl and VoluMa
for have to Or- formanc Monday evening.Mrs. Ii and office, northeast cor.
cottage some time gone Cabinet and
Repair Shop j I
morning. The names of the young men I : ner Ridgewood and olusja are.
mond for the season. 1: A. Davidson and Mrs. A. J.
were not divulged, but cnn if they had : >> PHONE 89 Phone 89. Daytona, Flu.i .
Mrs. Mary Lofton of Frankfort Ind., ,Melliken) of Northeast, Pa., hate leased] l It een drinking, it was no exeuf. r such Furniture Impairing: Mattresses Uep-Vired: l and l lOa.lf'l to order.Ve : Ii i!
who has been staying in Daytona for the Cushmand cottage on Valley street
I an :11 t. C handle the celebrated( 0termo Mattress and l !solicit your :
several weeks has taken rooms in L. E. I and are now comfortably domi'il] !. -. .-..' : order for first-class work. Orange) ave. eat ]Wk hlk LESSONS: I IX GHR.HAN.: Halifaxusic House
Y'" Johnsi'1 stone house. : there. ,
I Miss walks Ormond. W. G. HOBBS. By a lady who has a thorough:' Ge6rgc WrayThe
Mrs;r W. Holcomb, of Monteaglc. i Kelley \* having cement I I Ii
;" and friend Miss Stella Perry of Chattanooga laid in front of her cottage and home II I :...4,i.i.'f.f.44....C.. .......................... knowledge of the German lu1gua&t'iand I I, cheapest place in the State to
I lot residence Other improvements Ormond, Jan. 22-Mrs. Mary Law'renccahd has traveled abroad.) For fur-:';
t *arrived last week and are on Valley street. -i[ I; buy Pianos Pianos to Rent. Tuning -
; catedVith: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. John- : also have been made in son, Arthur and wife, of 1i I .. NN ... + 4..N ther information address! ; P. O. Box Repairing and Polishing by
I 1 son 'Miss Perry will be the guest of : her cottage plnce its removal. I i j Yonkers, X. Y., arrived at their cottage r..B. ; j SOS, Daytona Fla. ;killed workman.

Miss Holcomb for a few weeks. I Wm. C. Miller after a brief stay at Pine :street this \\ctk. I t Lumber Company I IMAMFACTtRERS I!.
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Mr. and Mrs. Webb of Warren
Mrs.:. A. Alderfer and family han; the Princess Isitna, where his family Ohio i ;t. -- -------- ------------- .
taken the south half of the Scheid cot!'are season guests, left Saturday for j are topping with Mrs. Lawrence for the S : : OF 1 -- -
winttr. Mr. WtlJh retired banker. .M .....
Ohio. IS a
tage The on Young Grandview Ladies avenue.Club \\'il11JC enter I i, Newark George Bcstor, who was called to 1 He spent one winter here and is pleasedto : PINE ROUGH AND AND CYPRESS DRESSED LUMBED 1 i :Zs: Trunks, Dress Suit i Cases f Bags. .1.1We

tained.by Miss Junia Holcomb at Ocean I I Minneapolis on business come weeks I return. j i. ,

Spra Y.' Saturday evening. I ago i is expected( to return this week and i The new organ, the gift of W. A. I i have just received
our new stock of
J: Mr..and.Mrs. Pile and Mrs. Km are I will join his family at the Ott cottage.T. I Barker, one of our wealthy citizens who I Lath, Shingle, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime T

recent:arrivals from Illinois, and! have I: F. Williams goes to Jacksonville II has spent mOot of his winters with us I I II and Cement In.. .. fnol-. Office and and lards Orange: Fast Avenue fen.Rail.ay .. : TrnUnreH Suit Cases. Bags. Telescopes, Trunk Straps, NameTags

taken the Hilton cottage on Ocean Friday afternoon to take part in the for the )past thirty ycar, arrived this
avenue. I, Shrincrs' annual convocation. t I I week and I is installed at the Union I : MIf.L-P.ondM11I,3tlantlcCoagLine HT..1110|i im11rs south nf Jnrksocttll! : I and Shawl Straps.We .
: Kalamazf I on Sanford Kruntb of th. K E.1'. Rr. have
The evenings at the Seaside Inn are Miss BlakeMrc's odagnn on Oakridge Church. A dedication service will take i .1'.1'i compared our trunks etc., with other makes and we find our

made occasions of many bright social 'I' boulevard has been taken for the month pa! <'c nr\t Sabbath morning and even : i Phone 83 R. J. MALBY, Manager line i" the heist We can get for the at which
they are od.! We
. diversions. What with the piano and I by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Witzel recent in c. I ZN....NNN. ..N.........NN$......4.NN........ : antce our prices to be the lowest ,uar.
violin, and several good singers readyto arrivals here.A The women of the village formed I Isurnmf"r l in the city for similar goods.

donate their gifts for the general: enjoyment I new automobile armed for Mr. anllIn themselves into an Organ Club last
whist progressive euchre and <. Chas. IJ. Foji last wek. It i U an and have worked faithfully to :........*.N... ...........N1....NN...........N* : The Peck-Hendricks

"tripping the gay fantastic" nobody Atlas and quite' natty and stylish in np- secure funds for a new instrument. At'' ; WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING $ : Company. I.

need te dull. The following are among JI'aranc. the final meeting this week it was found !: J NN....................N ..........................
I those recently registered: Chas. C. Davenport Mr. and Mrs.: Walter J Gamble: will that over *1.:0 had been realized by the 5 getting a Galvani7e l Iron Tank, a new Tin Hoof a Hot Air Furnace, i> .

I I Boston Ma a.; John 1;. Cooper. I entertain Mr. and Mrs. Win. B. Hatch, club. As this: fund will not now benerdi'd i or any of the other metal necessities n"fpJirf-ltu] complete a tiirxlern :t....>...............................................: 1.f

Chattanooga; J. II. Knowles and wife, I of YpMlantiMith.thisweek. )Ir. Hatch for the original purpose, it was ; For the most artistic and up-UMlate Calendars in the city at 25 and 3oc,
Vesser, Mich. has purchased a home in DeLand, and voted to appropriate the money towards dwelling, remember that : :. :

Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Pierce, friends they expect hereafter to fpcnd! part d !1 the installing: of a lighting plant for the : S See Lesesne at THE KODAK PLACE" :

and visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jas.: K. their time in Sunny Florida. Mrs. j church, which u badly needed.A I 9A .

Banks on the river front, have just Hatch i id Mrs. Gamble's cousin.E. number of changes in real elateI I I C. NASH a SON I it : Water Colors, Photographic views of Florida, and :

taken possession of their handsome new G.lIith;\ H having: his lot on have occurred within the past few I : DAYTONA. FLA. : : everything the
houseboat built by Wm. Reed for them. Grand view avenue adjoining his residence i- weeks. Mr.I Riley of Massachusetts, ;1 camera user need.- :

They will cruise around the waters of property grubbed and graded. who occupying the no\\1ton cottage ;! are best prepnre,lj to give prompt and t reliable servicv at fair prices. : : peach Street :2 doors Xorth of .In! A "
the Halifax for a time and will go to Mrs. E. H. Williams, who has l been this winter, his purchased Rest Cottage i "eone. :
Miami later in the season. visiting Dr. and Mrs. bland, will take of Mrs. Hall. The Titcomb lot on the 1: General repair shop on Volusi.i Avenue, next to tie Armory. i ;...,................................................. .-

f' Chas. G. Banks and wife (ncc Miss rooms in Mra. Julia Martin's pleasant rive" front has liotn sold and rumorsays !
Mabel Horn) are expected to arrive home on Ocean Boule\'ard. that two cottages are to be' Phone .;S. Out of town work solicited. i i t,...,..............................................

from Sheldon, X !>., the coming week The shelling on Pinewood street i is erected this i-pring. 5............NN.................................4 CLARK & IIATTO M lealerefo All Klndt or ,

en a visit to his parents. Mrs. Hanks being widened at the base; ball diamond Mr. and Mrs. Ilaner have purchased -- salt aDd Fresh Water FISH
l was one of the popular girls of Daytona in order to facilitate the turning of vehicles. the John Hydon property and have just I --- I Oysters and Clams. Came in Seaaoq. AH orders
!' Beach and will be welcomed by a large received a carload of furniture from : Ask Mr. FosterMR. receive prompt attention.

f.. circle of friends. Benjamin F. Jobe, wife and granddaughter their old home in Kentucky. Their son Telephone...... 28, Cottage Avenue, DAYTON A, FLORIDA

Mrs. Geo. Manning and daughter arrived Miss Grace M. Jobc*, IIrn"edfrom has leased The Hiverview, and is ready : __
from Fergus Falls X. D., and 15ordcntown, X. J., the latter partof to accumulate the public.Mr. :. FOSTER KNOWS a great deal about Florida. Cuba,
1. are visiting their relatives on Peninsula last week and are domiciled in their and Mrs White have arrived from I Nassua, the Bermudas, the West Indies, Mexico J and the

.. Drive. home, "Pine Crest" on Pine street. Hrnckton, Mass, to spend the winter I South generally. He ran render effecient aid in mapping
with Mr. and Mrs. Barker.A out tours of Florida and the,
Rev. F. K. Matthews divine j adjacent islands (lr for the
James K. Banks and son, J.tekcnt a Baptist I Norman
to Bulow Creek the latter part of last from Chattanooga, arrived last telegram Monday announced the homeward Trip. He will write out your itenarv and engage S. DaytonPlans

week on a hunting; bout. They returned week and comfortably! located at the birth of a :son in New York to )Ir. and j your sleeping tar parlor car or steamship"aecomoda-
I Mrs. Colby; Finkerton. tions. rr. Foster keepin touch with
Sunday' afternoon reporting fishing : home of Mr. and Mrs. Poor. on Pinewood the hotels at all reports -
good. I, avenueMr. James Carnell is spending the weekin I : and generally knows just what aecomodations are s
Jacksonville) attending the Masonic available) from day to day Hc will wire for al
Mrs. Otto Caple will have charge. of and Mrs. He\cncr, who bate rooms at any II ma e sSuperintendence
hotel and will
f' functions which occur there. I give you a personal letter of i introduction ,
moans at the Elmira will visit to
the dining room at Surf Crest the remainder cottage;
Dr. Nelson Francis, of Starkc, made) the proprietor. Mr. Foster will sell011 tickets
k of the season. Miami within a short time. your and
I .. a'i5it here on Monday to see bisi.l'r engage -our rooms for the OCKLAWAHA, ST. JOHN'S OR
b Mr. and Mrs. Gangweir have recently Miss Ethel, who has been quite]I Isitk. TOMOKA RIVER 1iOI-TFS. I ,
moved<<: Into the north half of the Scheid Port .
i Orange. Yard
cottage. James Francis and Frank Colby; who i! No Fees are Ever Asked 1 I Areas and F. ):. C. tlailrr. .
I or Accepted Therefore 1 Real Estate Y
Keating' new hotel gives a favorable Port Orange, Jan. 22-I. O. Gesner have been confined to the house for a'I 1 office 1st door south postof ce. \rof ED-

If" impression as it approaches completion opened his hotel Wednesday. Doctor: few day, are again able to be about. 110NDSOX. Manager, Daytona, FJa. Phones
,. The plasterers have been at work on I Mrs and Miss Ddrisco were the first to We are glad to see among the new I! Ask Mr. Foster and residence at office, yard
the interior this week.: register. arrivals Geo. PenficM and a friend Mr. :'

.. Weduesday evening the ladies of Jones, of Hartford Conn. i

;1 t'I I I Grace Church gave one of their popular On Thursday evening the ladies of Anything! i l. "inj. miiiiimNi..iimin.iiii"'W .iii..Wn
'. Seabreeze Jan. 22-W. L. SonntAg I II suppers in Ridgewood Hall The ta. the V. I. A. will hold an bid fashionedI Vny Time About I. + "

left Saturday afternoon for E\"ans\"ille'l i tiles! looked beautiful with flowers, silver I New England supper. These suppers;

I.! Ind., on special business. ) Sonntag ; and sparkling ghissware. The young:: I arc always popular with the Ormondites : Any PlaceAnywhere I:J Miller= ohnTca"

I is president of the Evansville StreetRailway I I ladies waiting on them were kept busy and net a handsome sum. J

Company on which there was I until a late. hour. It is wonderful to tee the improvement
'I I t
recently a disastrous wreck.= The Literary Society met as usual on on the Constantine property since UK; 1'HOBABLY{ I Successors to :
Dr. Roberts, a prominent young I i Thursday afternoon. i the new owner W. Burr ha bought it. KNOWS PECK

physician of Evansville was visiting( ]1 I, Thursday morning a number of citizens -Ii A party of 'five went up to the mouthof MR. FOSTER'S & FOSTER.
friends in the city hut week. lie has I' and winter visitors met andclcacnj the Tomoka on Saturday fishing. OFFICES ARE AT THE SIGN OF THE QUESNION MARKII II IItwee .

decided to locate in Florida. up the M. E. church lot. The catch was ninty-five. Dr. Maxon N Family Groceries
j f Jacksonville, Fla. .
Mr. and .Mrs. McKune New York | Wm. Allen, of DeLanil, was the guest : catching ("rt-- jht.mostly shcepahead.No ; :! Hotels Windsor, 210 IIogan and Duvall street, Lei Washington'ID'kC.' 13.1.'J Penns'lvania f.

people who are spending the winter en j of Capt. and Mrs. Driggs last week. ----- St. Augustinf' l1a., Ccrdo\'a Corner: aye. second ? U. S. Treasury ;;. '
Ocean boulevard, went to St. Augustine"I Wm. Johnson and family have returned (barge for preliminary plans and I;( Palm Beach, t la.. facing Hotel Royal Old berlam PointCotnfort I \a., hotel Cham- ,, Grain Fancy ;

Sunday to spend a few day i, from Odors where they have I I estimates; supervision of work at actual Miami Poinciana.Fla.. Bretton (White ;; and Food.
Frank Charles Harding, Jr., arrived. been for a lung time. cont. Normau S. Dayton, Daytona. tf Halcyon flsvana Hall. H., in roods Mount lVashin'l X "Ire I
Cuba, Corner J'rado _ALL
and Central Park. .1.{, J" TIC RNRt4R" Produce Product 1
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.I.IIHfl.SII1SIIR.US t20 percent saved on souvenir spoons. M. E. Gruber, of West Palm Beach ACCIDENTAL I

See our large stock then decide for your- was in Daytona Thursday looking after

Local Paragraphs. self. All goods engraved: free. his business interests.

Geo. H. Clark. Jeweler. DROWNING. All Bathroom.
:........................:1 Plain mercerized Persians in colors 1.. Important

II..n. l K. W. Bond of Lake Ililcn. fur uncteh>lips at the C. E. Gardiner
tNenr things In buckles, stick pin It It It
was in Da ton Tuesday. Co's. You hr-s cftjn heard pee! rsnark:, "If I
hat pins and neck wear. Just In. Right I ) The Body of J. C. H. Warfleld Was build I would bathroom .
up to the minute in stjle. Prices always James H. Johnson left Tuesday. for Mf!'. Howard Y. Stillman received i r ) were ever to plan my 7I

New Orleans on a business trip. yesterday afternoon in honor of her Found In the Halifax River on / first and wuulj! tot pu .J1 my money into the parlor with all \

right.L H, ROWE & CO. The Jewelers Go to Young's Pharmacy fur mineral guest Mr'.. l'. Groljien Ronald, of Wednesday Morning. I its finery." j jI

Mrs. S. A. Smith returned to .u Augustine water of all kinds.Tjirlillil Cocoa Wednesday morning the body of J. '' )1 I That's good common sense sentiment, for the bathroom Is the

last Saturday after a week's visit I i. I -< MII ITil lln guets t"eet me at Curtis' and try a JackF5Qst. C. II. Warfield was found on a bar near most important of all

with her son. Fred J. Niver. It's O. K.ftstTail the South Bridge. It was taken ashore I' 1-I--
f relatives Melbourne
1:3!: the household. It's
and Coroner Titus empaneled a jury to I :
William Harris of Pa from automobile ,
Pittsburg, !
Born to Mr. and Mrs T. E. Fitzgerald view the remains. After the Mecca of cleanliness : -
the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Geo. Lest at Gardiner's Art Store. Reward. an investigation :
t Monday morning, a boy; weight 8)) verdict of accidental drowning: ,health anJ refinement -
Sebring, on South Ridgewood avenue., .s' Ben of the "Alligator" ._d ;,
pounds. ,
anager was returned. The. last seen ofyftir. I ( t- and nowadays i''
White Rock Water in any quantityIlankins. f o\'ing picture theatre in the Peck Warfitld -- 4--- :
the .
me .t Curtis' an'o'r08t. was previous urcmng homes
are judged !
The block has a opened a moving picture many
about six o'clock Xalking
} t. s when he was -'Lc .
show in Williams Hall, Midway, to ac- Ly their bathrooms.
bond on the South Bridge. Thr uloption
Frank E. of DeLand. was P
J. P. Cobb, t-f Iowa, has rented the S. comodate the colored people who will
the guest of the Misses Helen and Fairview is that in his weakened coVufion. from I We would like to
Heymann cottage on avenue find his
Louise Foote the forepart of the week. entertainments j'ist as complete loog illness, he.fell into thf river and I THE INDIANS
for the balance of the season as the main show on this side.tDon't. help you plan your
being unable to help himself,succumbed KNEW A GOOD THING
Mrs. J. C. Pettepher and son, Stanley $ bathroom and believe
A. J. Hutchinson and daughter arrived fail to see the embroideries! at to death. V \
arrived' They knew what foot comfort... If
last week from Eau
Claire from Connecticut Monday and are the C. E. Gardiner Co's. Mr. Warfield wa seventy years old \ that we could surprise \ you've never worn the soft, comfortable

Wisconsin, where they have been spending occupying their home on Palmetto and has been coming to Daytona for r you by putting in a Indian slippers, then we want you to
the summer. The C.V. Park Dramatic Company take borne and
avenue. about fourteen The body was a pair enjoy yourielf.
will remain in Daytona all next week. years. bathroom for you at a Hiawatha Slippers are exact reproduc-
Hot Sodas of all kinds at Young's embalmed by the Bingham & MaleyCo.
*For first-class work- Steam tions of
Daytona Their audiencas the past week ha.ebeen much less cost than genuine Indian styles artUUcal-
PharmacyMr. Laundry, phone 8. tf well pleased and their patronagenext ., and shipped to Springfield Mass., you ly decorated with bead work pyromph-
for interment might expect and at the ic designs and silk embroidery.At .
and Mrs. Fred S. Clapp, of Washington week will no doubt be salibfac tory.
Minty Bradley colored died of such offer them
prices as we you
same time do it better than anticipated it could be done for even
Ind.,'formerly of Daytona, are apoplexy Friday of last week at Daytona The play on Monday night will be that Pleasant Card Party. you cannot afford to pass them by. They're

the.parents of a nine-pound girl. which Beach. The body was sent to beautiful typical Southern play Under more money. unequalled for service and comfort; a
The pleasant parlors of The Stillman look at them will prove it.
was.born January 12. Southern Skies.
Jacksonville for interment. were filled with a merry party on Tuesday We have a booklet Modem Home Plumbing" which will We'll be clad to show them if you'll

The Florida Mid-Winter Expositionat Messrs. G. B. Seaman, W. V. Carter tWill exchange either beach or avenue evening, when the hostess Mrs.I show you how to arrange your bathroom kitchen and laundry call.WALLACE'S.

Jacksonville opens today and that and Grant Maloon have been at Jack- lot at Seabreeze for an automobile. Ad- Stillman tendered card party to her plumbing with ".Standard* Baths and one piece Lavatories, the best ,

place will.be the mca of Floridians sonville this week attending the Masonic dre"!s box 79, Seabree/e" giving particu- guests!; and their friends. Both euchre
while the lasts. lars. k\ plumbing equipment in the world. Call, write or phone for acI n 0 flflDDIi Gunand
exposition Grand from Halifax and whist
Lodge as delegates were enjoyed fur the first part r.u.LJvnDIL1 LOCkMnIth.
It tis free.
.*Bakery ,goods strictly' homemade Lodge. No. SI.MansfieIds. Mrs. James A. Hendritks: entertainedat of the evening, and after an intermission copy. General repairing key fitting saw fil!-

fresh every day at Mac's Cafe. tf Creamery Butter and Purity !six banded euchre Thursday afternoon during which a dainty collation ing. Trunks, valises umbrellas and
JOE OSBORNE and recovered. Lawnmowers
parasols repaired
in honor of her niece Mrs Grace: was served and some fine music rendered -
Messrs. R. M. Bond, of DeLand and Butterine in one pound bricks at repaired and sharpened. Badge
John Roe, of Jacksonville drove over Birch wood's. tf C. SwilL Thirty-one ladies respondedto by Miss Wright and Prof. Jachde Checks" and tags. Rubber stamps &ad

the in>'itation. The first prize, a cut the prizes were awarded as follows: _._. official seals. 228 South Beach Street,
from the County Seat Sunday. They W. Maxwell Ilankins was called to glass bon bon dish fell to Mrs. L. H. first and second in whist to Mr. C. I. ---- -- -- -- Daytona, Flo.MASONIC.

left Sunday evening for Jacksonville.I Bartow Friday of last week by a telegram Rowe. The second a silver cannl &tick, Wetherbyand II. Taylor; in euchre, -- -- -- DIRECTORY.

IThree-yard veils at the Chas. E. Gardiner announcing the illness of his was won by Mrs. F. J. Niver while Mrs. Miss r.. C Montgomery and Mrs. I.. a.......................................r.; .......* HALIFAX LODGE. NO. $i. 1'. A A. if-

Go's. infant daughter. At last reports the C. C. Bohannon was consoled with a box Walsmidt. Consolation prizes were Meets 1st and 3rd Thundayt.HALIFAX .

% baby waS better. awarded to Mrs. A. S. Gemmill and CHAPTER, NO. s, R. A. M.-
Hon. J. B. Conrad, vice president of of bon bons. Meets 2nd Thursday.ORIaNTALCOMMA5DEftY.No. .

the Volusia County Bank and the Merchants B. A. Lament and brother drove *5000 samples of wall decorations for 'Ccorge; Caswell. I"I"FIRE INSURANCE I Ii \ Meets 4th Thursday. >,It.T.-

Bank drove over from DeLand down from Ormond Thursday. These 190S just rccehed. All prices from 3c t LIVE OAK CHAPTER, No. S, O. E. 8.-

in his Ford runabout last Saturday returning gentlemen have charge of the Garage on to $3 75 per roll. Cut-outs are the sea- For County.Tax Assessor.To Siesta 2nd and 4th Tuesdays. \
Orinond Beach and have an advertisement All meet in MasonIc Hall Orange a....*.
home Sunday. son's leading feature Drop a card or Democratic Voters of Volusia Co.- I I

*Turkey dinner every Sunday and in today's paper. call at the office. W. H. Wright, Magnolia At the coming Democratic Primary I i THE I Ii ,

Thursday at The Howard tf For Rent Furnished:! room residence i- avenue west of Ridgewood, City. shall be a candidate for nomination as Bamboo

corner Ridgewood and Orange.tf tax assessor of this county and my
A cement side walk is being laid almost -
P. R. Bennett.Mr. Silver Tea. standing announcement will appear in .
the entire length of Fairview this i STRONGEST i
t the .
paper during campaign.My
avenue on the south side of the street. and Mrs. James Cockrell and Mr. The Silver Tea given by the ladies of
Uenty-fne residence in this
1 The north side now has a walk the and Mrs. Chas. M. Whcaton.of Sunbury, the First Baptist Church on Tuesday years FurnitureIs

entire length of the street. Ohio wh 0 have been guests of Mr. and afternoon and evening proved to be a and county their, acquaintance conditions and with its people and :; .AND ;
. Mrs. E. M. Condit for some time left popular and successful affair. Large nerds Ip 'a'BEST- .
I DeLand is'to have a home- ming Wednesday afternoon for Palm Beach. I numbers of visitors were present and knowledge of the values of property ;:
week next month and all former residents throughout the county, fit inC. I l>cIICVP -
1 entered heartily into the social featureof i nice and attractivefor
for shirtwaists at the
of the city are requested to be there fSpecial line for this position.If .
,: February 16 to 21. A grand time is Chas, E. Gardiner Co'li.Mrs. the occasian. The dainty refreshments fleeted I promise conscientiously r t
were thoroughly enjoyed. Mrs.
t promised.: DeLand will undoubtedly Katherine MilUr was burned by Lyon Prof. Sheppard and Rev. Gibbons : to personally attend to the duties of the COMPANIESREPRESENTED. any part of the

do herself in showing hospitalitythat Mon : position. I f
t proud the explosion of a gasolene stove rendered vocal solos, and with the ,

t week. day afternoon but fortunately not soriouJy. organ work of Mrs. r.dwards and I the In asking for your support I know I house. New stock at

Her arms and face were burned that no man has any claim on any office i
Three launches for sale. Inquire of violin work of Miss Chaffer contributedno
% b around much within! your gift. I was honored by .
tf out she is now able to ; ,
W. A. Barker, Ormond. I small part to the general entertain- .
to the delight of her friends. being sent as your representative to the -
t' ment. The Silver Teas will be continued
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stott and Miss List session of the Legislature where my Bingham&Maley Co.
work the afternoons and evenings of February .
tWe make a specialty of repair on
Eda Morse, who have been Daytona I record stands for hard work for the
:; visitors some weeks, leave for their and having the largest stock of material I 4 and IS. People's Interests. If elected tax assessor i CONRAD REAL ESTATE CO.

have enables us to handle any job and turn it I -- -- -- -
, home in Boston tomorrow They I shall just as faithfully guard FURNITURE UNDERTAKING

;k made many friends in Daytona during out promptly. Geo H. Clark Jeweler. I 'Clark & Walton, Cottage avenue are your interests. Very Truly :
all to them back official of : ...................................i.-... ss ---.. '" --
their stay and hope see Louis Thome, a prominent receiving on Tuesdays and Fridays con- JOHN B. PARKINSON.

. another winter. the D. & C.Steam Navigation& Company signments of King and Spanish Mackerel -! Daytona, Fla., Jan. 22. 1908. --- -- -- --- I 1 Neville

" and of Detroit Mich., are enjoying fish also wild duck.tf:
New shipment of Schraft's candy atYoung's daughter, I and fresh water ---- ---I
"' the beauties of Daytona. Mr. I ? -
Pharm ;
y ---- A Coed Company.The P7 j '
Thome is a friend of W. 11. Gardiner ;
1 William and J. L. Christy came home who has been showing him some of the I More Candidates Nominated. C. W Park Dramatic Companyhas J

'i last Friday from DeLand where they I been all the week crowded I
; points of interest. Mayor Greene called a meeting of playing to a aIi
' .
..: have been attending Stetson University. voters at the house Thursday evening tents on the grounds west of the

'z' The former returned to resume his JFor Sale-Good family horse, ridingor for the opera purpose of nominating another railroad. This is one of the best dramatic "set"of the clothes either .'
bat the latter will remain driving perfectly gentle; also storm THE IS ,
istudies Monday municipal ticket in addition to the companies that ever played to a or mars a min's per- I' -
condition -
time owing to aslight buggy and harness, all in perfect Ii
here for some
;: one nominated by the Business Men'sLeague. Daytona audience. The company sonal appearance. .
Ridgewood and First avenues. Eyes Examined Free.
't indisposition. : The candidates nominated at throughout is an excellent one and each I (II

.' White Rock water in any quantity. Miss Marguerite Shields: has received a the meeting are as follows: Mayor E. person in the cast is exceptionally I When you employ a tailor In

: Ilankins the druggist.Rev. new electric runabout, a present from W. Greene; Clerk A. McF. Porter; Collector -i strong. whom you have confidence you '-ct' i: At Clark's Jewelry Stor

her father J. W. Shields, to replace the W. G. Hobbs Assessor W. II. The opening play Monday evening Ib.-
of Chicago ; put the matter"rljht lIttln"upto i ==-
and Mrs. J. M. Harris .
of ;
one recently destroyed at the burning Edmond Councilmen W. F. Jibb was "Thorns and Orange Blossoms, a I
: left afternoon for Miami, ; 'I him and he takes the responsi"i'
Tuesday the garage. Mr. Shields is having a Geo. II. Clark, Henry Schmidt and Joe dramatization r>f Bertha M. Clay's pop L. Z. BURDICK
:. after a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Cove hating ular novel of the The bility.
new garage built Osborne; Treasurer, I.. T. Peck; School same name. j
Geo. E. Sebring. Mr. and Mrs. Harris been awarded the contract I for its con Trustees, I). D. Rogers, Gco. II. Ludwig I play was well staged and superbly {.re '

1 are evangelists and bear the distinction struction. and It. S. Maley. sented. On Tuesday evening the company When you gIve us your order you I Contractor Builder.

i of having been engaged in evangelisticwork ladies of St. Mary's Guild will The ticket is practically [the same as presented ".\ Girl from Golden i are putting your case In the hands .
longer than other couple in ttThe Plans and Estimates Cheer-
any hold their Annual Bazaar and Valen- the one nominated by the Business West," Blanche Hairs' clever master-1; of our city tailors Ed. V. Price L? ,

the United States. tine Sale ou Thursday, Feb. 6th, from Men's League with th* exception of piece. Miss Maude Tucker, as Hoxie j I Company and that Is all the tfutr- .

J We will secure for you bottom prices 2 10 in the Guild Hall, Orangeavenue. mayor and one councilman. The the typical western girl was head and fully Furnished,
to p. in., antee you need to Insure a perfect
i | on lumber and other building materials. I League nominated Galen B. Seaman for shoulder above anything ever seen in I

| No one receives grafts on your purchase the former office and the l''ImeMunrii- this line in Daytona before. The sup- fit over your form. I Building: Cottages... a

i i Norman S. Dayton Daytona. tf News has been received here of the men with the exception( that Henry T.I port of the cumpmy"as excellent. i OL>

with aeath of F. A. Palmer, which occurredin I Titus was on the ticket Mr. Titus, At the \Vedne!day} matinee, "Thorns : For a reasonable price we will Specialty.

Daytona is rapidly filling up the Chicago very suddenly last week.The however, has declined to bo a candidate I and Orange Blossoms" was repeated. have them make your suit over ,..
I tourists who drawn here by .
are trouble.Mr.
I ; cause of death was heart but Wednesday evening, 'TheCharity Ball" measure and will .
I hence there is thus far practicallyone your we guarantee SEA BREEZE FLA.
natural beauties and balmy sum- assist- ,
: i many Palmer for several "
famous. was years ticket for the aldcrmanic body. was gi>en. Thursday evening, At I style absolute fit, shape that
I I mer air that his made our city
ant general passenger agent of the Under the ordinances anyoler Cripple Crec-k" was presented, and last I
: i I the scores on every city holds and Iron-like wear. 0. S. BURNETT
coming by
They are 'bash Railway, and owned a wa-1 can become a eondidate and have his evening, "Th Fatal Wedding." To-1;i ,
I incoming train amd the present season : which he di:, '
home on Ridgewood "The Girl I Left Behind Me, i
the official ballot by night {
E bids fair to be the record breaker in name placed on It's a treat just to look at our new Tailor.
of three years ago. petition to the clerk signedby a strong military play, will be the at-
presenting a
I point numbers since the tide set in ; Fill woolens as well as a pleasure _
; Before shipping your friends: a box: twenty-five voKrs asking that his traction. I I t
I Daytona-wards. of oranges or grape fruit sample our I name l>e placed on the ballot. All through the w....k the companyhas to show them to you. Won't you Orders Taken for Royal Tailoring

Dr. Addison O'Neill, Osteoptth.t. been pleasing large audiences and call today? Cleaning, Pressing Altering and
fruit and get our prices grove one mile I Geo. F. Smith will also he 1 a candidate -, ,,rae aw A"_."
, Second season in Daytona. Office 220 north of Hotel Ormond. for assessor and has an announcement should they ever come to Daytqna again :: Repairing for Ladies and Gen
I Yolusia avenue near railroad station.: E. W. Amsderi, Ormond. in today's Gazette-News. their reception will I be a hearty one. j I tlemen. We call for and
: Treatments at residences or hotels The will here all
given tf for the company appear ..................................................... 1! deliver all goods.
1 E desired. All of the new locomotives next week presenting on Monday
For Rent-:Seaside cottages completely : :: I Cottage Avenue DAYTONA, FLA.
twelve in HALIFAX
Florida East Coast Railway that southern comedy drama .
ing great
A netting of the Board of Trade was : furnished, from 2 to 14 rooms, 4: Phone No. 32.
final number have arrived at St. Augustineand "l n held Tuesday evening to take latter suitable for hoarding house, toilets : ______ LIVERY -- -
tested to being p. ,
action on the matter of the proposed establishment are now being prior : some electric lighted. Inquire at ----- I Itnr.o. 4
placed on regular runs. The new en- JAMES RIX, Manager. :
;' of a Chautauqua. The ,Cherokee cottage. opposite windmill on W. Waggoner, Homeopathic : n
could gines are of the latest and most power- Physician and Surgt'oniII lie located t' rrlHis..Murreys, Phaetons Top Buzg! < 4
:. committee reported that they board walk, Scabr<'ez-. tf | : .
and will increase theroad's and Uut lx> Tire Uunabouu.Tiu :
ful greatly > r
types Palmetto 3
his residence avenue .
it at on
enlist material and was .1
no support facilities for handling the heavy''I j "...-. meet all trains. Baggage Hauled 04 ,
finally decided to abandon the projectfor Republicans Gaining Strength.The doors south of Congregational church : Carriage Paint Shop in ronnwtion : !

the present at least. tourist trains this season. j about I Dec 10th. tf 'Phone liO.:! 4. .

Jack Republi can party of this countyhas I ...................... 4......................,6....4. '
M. Jaehdc fMeet me at Curtis' and try a
Piarib Tuning-Adolph been gaining strength and held a

I will be in Daytona tuning pianos during Frost. It's o. K. i convention at New Smyrna last "e<'k. Announcement.I .

.S January. Orders may be left at the E. D. Langvorthy, proprietor of the A large number of delegates were pres. i hereby announce myself a candidatefor i
Stillman or at Gazette-News office tf the : re-election to the office of City Assessor iI
; Ridgewood Hotel, received a telegram ent, and the following delgates for I
the Municipal election to be
announcing the sad news of State and congressional conventionwere of allvoters. S. An Iron that irons. A luxury to
J. H. Allen left Sunday afternoon for Tuesday held Feb. II, and ask the support Norman Dayton
St. Augustine to complete arrangementsfor the death of his father B. P. Lang- elected: James Cornell, Charles GEO. r. SMITH.OSTEOPATH. I women.

the evening previous, at Hope McNary, Ormond; W. C. Howes, Oak ._ I
will start worthy
the motor boat races I Saxes :SO per cent of time and 75:
R. I. The senior Mr. Lang- Hill; C. L. Dohn, New Smyrna; W. A. .
has Valley
that A boat club ,
power I of
Seville Z. W. A. ESTATE. per cent fuel.I .
has several winters with Briggs, ; T. Bielby, I REAL
Jacksonville worthy spent
been organized there as well as at undr
and several entries from each his son in Daytona, and the numerous Allen, Egford Ely, DeLand. DR. J. C. HERMAN graduate Mo. I Ask yonr neighbor t>r

deeply regret the Because of the unexpected gain of the the founder, A. T. Still, Kirks\ille W. U. EDMONDSON.
of the family
friends t
in the coming contests \
place are expected the call of Pro"idence.t&e strength of this party, they expect to located on Volusia avenue, one door Care of pioperty. 1st door south of postoffice.V.! II. ED-

.. along the water Miami.If way. between place some candidates in the field for east of Halifax Journal office, Daytona I MONDSOX Manager, Daytona, Fla. Plans, Estimates and i
Ancient and
City our fancy line of apples.T. I county offices at the coming election. Florida, Phone 40. I II Superintendence. Lumber yard.- Magnolia Avenue and) V4EFINT\
F. Curtis & Son. I

{ home* you consumption want the or best to ship oranges call for at Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gerhan and son, :.."........................_......_.................:1i .1 I F. E. C. Uailwav. Phones at office, yard and residence. BATHS \ 'x\

:: Point Grove, New Smyrna road rates arrived Monday and : H
of Cleveland, Ohio CARS i fl
paid i
; are reasonable shipped express
; are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. h1. -- -
-- --- 2tf
;{;: or otherwise. Ferd Nordman tf Foote. Mr. Gerhan has been associatedwith .1 . . . . .4 FOR MEN AND WOMEN ,]

. Ben Holton colored carved Will Wes- Messrs. Foote and Ludwig at : in stock for immediate delivery. Also all sies :. "
: I LILY iTb
with Cleveland for many years, having entered Ice
; ley, another chocolate individual, : Daytona Company < Vt. H
a knife at Midway Friday night of last the employ of the firm a numberof i CONTINENTAL TIRES. BMt W.t f tft TaM

ti:! week. After a lively race Deputy years ago and gradually climbing Prices Low. .: t PURE ICE 4 4t t ELECTRIC LIGHT ff
until he is the Several Good Second Hand Cars.
1 Sheriff E. L. Smith captured him Saturday the ladder success now : PLANT

;j morning. He was taken before financial head of Reed Brothers & Co., I UMfiMT ORMOND: BEACH OARAGE, .1 Made from Distilled Water. I _

t'!, Justice Titus charged with assault with the successors to the firm in which A. LCillUll 1 ORMOND: FLORIDA. : 'i Factory corner Railroad and Yolusia avenue. A I '-

intent to kill, Saturday afternoon Court. and Messrs.active heads Foote until and their Ludwig retirement.were the I.i..........................e........4................:,I It .0..4 IisSl

r bouo&oyer to the Criminal


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I ilii Y u M\ tk BEST ORANGf WRAPS' Ask for I I Jan Daylight. 1.Tides on_ Daytooi...11:10 Low. & High.ch.4:45 I held regular Xotice Monday meeting fa hereby evening of given the, January City that CcxmciJ at 13, the A., i M. ELLA DE VOY Ci

Jan 2 127: 5MOJan : D., 190S stricken, the following from the names Registr were Uon ordered i LADES' HATTERS

3.-__12:47 ;O List of the City of Daytona and the : -
I r Jan1__ 1:45 ;:j() same shall be stricken from the Registration Correct In Style Personal I attention to !

1'' Jan 5_._ 2:37 &*<> Book unless such parties shall : So 6 South Beach Street, Daytona

/ Jan 6.. .. -_ 330 97 show reason at the regular meeting of NNNN.... ............................NN "
!I ,+ the City Council to be held at City
t iA ttk8 7attTtrntxnoyaa Rl. rFatF '1r'rtltEai ktt7 .L t. ECotiA/1 Jan 7 .. -4: 0 10:30 the
i r r rt t u i.. r to ,, s. +' oav ( I RKLar t + l.:. en !r B 1181 Hall, ilonday evening, January r, why
C tl ltario.e 7taorn r :r a clttx tt, < < r4r +r+ t. a'a k tl t : ll Jan 3____ 5.11 11:25 should be reinstated:
F ( his name i Lnvrp
a a'Ord ldM' rar71 ( = Etty nttdiCr a R' nA """"' -1r'1"1
>t4 1u i 4b r A t'r+ s.R ( Hi 'ip_ e( = q KrSlllrc+ 11bCp4f: Y .1" Rr utY \ specrrdUllin*- Jan! 9.......___ 6.05 11:45 Brush, C. IL, deceased. 1
Ix R Rr N 1t a < q t; i Klnr ,/1' : I' L I Jan iQ 7--01 12:45 Beck, S., removed. F
a s Ge. a n S, a wt M. removed.
tt I Coombs J. C. ,
3 3F r / 4';. : a 4.'w T J I Jan 11...... .-Z._._._ 7:55 120 ,
I ir a 1I a 'S c ii it k F. W I t 1 t 14 al'! (.k +: ( +F. 1K Cox, C. R., deceased.Carroichad .
1 iik l+ t.a ar o. 4 i l vi l n a0 s r.Ielr, u z t to tt e i t AJ9 >R I Jan 12._......_._..._. 8:51 2:10 J. D removed. I I [ San Mateo Cigar

7 r ..k r. .fL f stKN 1L:t + lit.i err t}. : KaIC-tit! lbi I Jan 13_.._.._.........- 9:45: 3:15: Colclough John \"., removed. I

!: !u"" $ .. F I / dt4 yr ..eAt03ftt t Onrt rtr/rR t 'r L a I It Jan 14 ......_.............__10:35: 4.:< ; Clapp, Fred S., removed. -
@rLl.s e It A.f
7 removed.
t *4- net tc a A 3 s e a c Lit n \. ; !.+' Jan 15.........._......_11:16 -I:55 Day, W. B.,M. removed.
Dar ,
: ,' .pit r 3 -8:" r u K t L fS: MTA C 1,.. I I Jan 16._........._......_12:15 5:40 Daggett, Geu. E., deceased. Have Made

E a 4t- o- nlf te eta 1 .A aa Jan 17..._......_.._......."12:55 6:4I : ; Furr, \V. I L, deceased.
i ; )} lk. ; a ** n. *t 1t OI* ** Mi1'-r s dyl "Y. RL( 0$ uai F as M. I Jan 1 S......_......_.. 123: 7:20: Garland, J. M., deceased.

I I lft p t-, S 1{( ..aatlMfi rlb 4i ? RRf; I I Jan 19! ......_..._. ........... 2.-01 S:05: Glenn, Arthur IL, removed.removed. t

1 13.n jJ jAl( w/ !rlei. +RrrMAnwh.s ft it a2 Et rl / tttls' L Jan 20.."...._.........__... 2:25: 5:35 Giddens,1.Hankerson, J. M., remon>d. A Reputation of

,. JZ M I' i : t Jan 21.._...._..._........... 3:10 9:10 Hammond, C. IL, removed.

s 6 t 0 lets: data S TA < ,if, Ffi >t trl3tt*, Jan 22............_........ .._ 3:49 9:)p Joyner, Nick, removed.

r n III I$ t 1 .r 3C" q tE b mart= 3 tl{ r uqH r' 7t t1 # : arrn 'I 4 Jan 23..........._.............. 425: 10.31 LaSha J. Roy removed, removed.

t l r xxr rl.x g. 7r n ipl D !t 7 l 11 w n t ea a rit4+ R rr t ., ** ?W 1 ; .l r. n l a6.il t M Jan 21...... ....._............... 5:10:; 1120 Main Peacock., Reins Joseph, deceased. Their Own.The .

)i Z ells I.rt:fir fl'rl+ +.c cit s J 0 x .n 3t, + ;; e .$ t>L .a rls t A./t t t.a s hc. x t t Jan ::;........._ ................. 600 11:-1'J Purdy, E. II., remo\ed.

: : Mc 6 ., Mr trr g qug/71Lt1ta 1 aN re1 M*- c *:t. Lt i s ,tt ,1 t ttat 7rad. MrK i Jan 26.............._._.........6:30 12:15 I 1'oppellGeo. R, removed. I
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I t. GRr< a rt + i : ar0d a Ra ao6i .I di'MT. ,' Jan 2;........................._ 7:35 1:15 Tenor, }. B., removed.
juinlin, W. C., removed. the San Mateo Cigar is
', Jan 2S............................. S:45 2:20 Robarts, J. N., removed. success of one off

Che Best and most economical to Use I!i jan 29........................... 9:50: 325: Robidere, II. L., removed. the greatest industrial triumphs of the EastCoa. ::1 j

{I Jan 30........................... 10 JO 4:23 Smith, C. 1.., removed. ,

Ii- LOOK FOR THE LABEL-THE JAPANESE. GIRL IN orfv i i Jan 31.........................?..!!.50 s::2. 0 SilcemailGeo., deceased since the freeze.
Silas deceased.
Simmons, -g
Forenoon and afternoon tides are ap- Snow, E. M.. removed. I
FOR SALE BY i I proximately at the same hour. Auto Steven, Wmll., removed.
j Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the I>enin-" vl
I Ir I mobiles can be driven on the beach two Starling Ira, removed. "
+ (I hours after high tide and within two Thomas, \\,m. E., removed. I sula of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce and wrapped IS
R. S. 1 \1AL EY Daytona (G. \ DREKA & CO. hours of high tide. Wehner deceased. ,
: DeLand, i I ----- William: ,.-on Carl, IL S.. rcmo\ed. i with the rich, silky leaf grown on East Coast plantations, J

, Wilburn, Harvey IL, removed I the cigar: industry of the world has never produced better gnodt,!
IRELAND & McCALL 1 14WWW New Smyrna. sll hat is Lily Water? Call fat. 'Yarborough, II. B., remo\'ed. I .
. the electric light.plant. Zubfr, 31.11., remo\-ed. \ ': For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union 4
---- --=- -- A. McF. PORTER, City Clerk. I
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Xews train entering Il orida.
Company on
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I' : J ****** ****** ** *********************** Administrator's Notice.' 1

: Fronting on tL- :;\ t' ltCkrtri and 1 ? Twenty sixes styles and grades to select from. ;
r << In County Court, Volu.!'ia County, Fla. j 1i ,
Halifax River Myl"' rn ImproenitntsSCHMIDT'S : I i
: Ii
<< HOWARDI.f By the County Judge of said! County:: 1f;
: Whereas, John B. Parkinson applied i
: 'E to this Court for Letters! of Administration ;
I All Modern Improvements. New Dining Room'Added l J on the Estate of William !II. Furs I Manufactured By
I : JI
t HOTEL ** Cuisine T'nexcelled deceased, late of said County of ti olusia. I '"'
The These are, therefore, to cite and ad- : I W. SAN NA7 I J Howard has S. ROWLEY
Formerly SJirnMt'e: Villa large parlors, broad verandas, spacious lawns; ii mon h all and singular the kindred and ;! FLORIDA *'
\ << .* centrally located, a few rods from the Halifax[ hirer, on V lusia creditors of the deceased", to be and appear i t \'

': :: t1E.' \' SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietors, : I : avf-nue, the main thoroughfare from the depot; five minute walk J before this Court, on or before the i '

f :: DAYTONA, FLORIDA. J to Post {pee, store*. etc. Is first-cla-s and homelike. 10th day of February A. I). 190S. and' ,I II. *llHlul.t.IJI J1, jI.t.J 1
4 : file objections, if any they have, to the
4 : i isI1 Prices I. granting letters as aforesaid, otherwisethe
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<< I.'easonable. Special Hates Ijy the Month or Season: will be
same granted as prayed.
<< I Witness name as County Judge of FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
I my
::* Reasonable Fine Home Rates Table DelightfulSunny. Roonj" I1 1! !: JOHN 1 C. HOWARD, Proprietor. \ the January County l'Jl aforfpaid%. this 1 I lt h clay;31-1 u f ..

k NNN" NN .yh...w. f/Y+rrttittaY7Kxxxaxs+ Yxtutt : rael....s..........N... #.tr .tt.......Ir........+It)1e....f* J. LEEM.CKOUV, 7,19is
I County Judge.: So. 99.No. 33.No. 29 ,No. 78 No. 74 Na94
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Of Annual Municipal election. 810 UOO am'' s3)am ........ pm pm 1 i0 as
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<< "THE PINES Acco NEW-.dates HOUSE.Fift) :. THE BENNETT I IituatM I I, 1.11'. fint-ne. Major cf the City of ICU IU: pm JIm i 11169am 1Ti, pm I.lIIam......... .Lv................ .Hotel.E st Ormond.l'alatkL..Ly..._....Ly/_lJ3._.ym pm_.. 406 IUp.140 pm pm. ._113ia 7U..__
t All Convenience. I Daytona, Fla., do hereby call the regular 120: am 13; Jm ,114i am Lr...,.,"_..._lIrmood _._Ly 371 1105
: I I. annual ,.If'f.ti"n to he held at the 1214 am loW J.m 1117 am ............. .............. I, 107 JIm pm Sa pm pm .11./pas.
: :>: that celebrate '1I 1t55 am 22'lJlm ,12oon'D, Ly..,._.....\eR ........... ..
on ) Emrroa Lr :
thoroughfare City Hall the twelfth of' UOpm 117pm 316
I l on 112tli
Rate 2.50 Per mlgl"'wlJOII Avenue J : ) day 158 I ...._ .... ,
: Day and I'p. Special l hy Month : am 317 pin 112 JIm Ly. .Tltunllle. ..........Lv 112 pm i 21S pm 210..
: February. A IX. 19'! )', at which election :39am 3+S j 2OUJ.m U.... ..... .
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t An attractive house with, K'luipjxd: with all modern improvement's. Koumsn suite, with i I, the qualified rectors of the city will vastheir t .....:...........' ,- ,231 1 I'm Le....._......EauGallfe..Lv L UM 27 IIII pm } ..167_D14_ _1Nas

*t SomeoflbepleasanUraturrof"The bous sulpbarbfMtlt water, iarge t..iHiAll nhitehdp. Gfiitlemen'srnoUng and : ballot" for the elw lion .,f the follow i I I II:! sin. 600J pOI II 450 2U JoDI JIm Ly Lv.................!.'ort.1lelboeme.Plert4 ..................._.Lv.LT reoo.m 11" am ,!1135 ran 11 I.
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r itswldrseranda lo
loo( officer!
riding n. m- the t ing : 755 656 .
Garden.affording a flue vl 1..01 the : adjoin handsome sun parlor and ?}1.a'i"lIs order. i g :: : : Ar .west Palm ISeacb..Lr, 740a *451
: country. river and :
ocaa. : t.
: "The PloU"I One ma}or for one year. i sot 7F( :Ar :::.:::.Royal Pofoclana..Lr::::::: 730 : I 911 ::par
* K the liliiht > > !
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a\ nu< "\ 10118.
735 am 113 ......_... _.
J.m 715 Ly ..........
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One clerk for .Breakers .Lr 7:0 i .32
llooms log Ivor en i>uite,'" lth or wltliout pri\at- hath. i one year.I 1015 I am am ltapa
from ...
Open am 1010 ......
; December
i i : 1 tolay 1. : I One as"' '.or fur one year. I ...'.. .::. .1639am, : Lv Ar.; .. .. :::.Sl1amL Sltaml.:::.:::::::. _.L.%r..130....am. .7151......... elopa 100 Pr
i ; E OPEN: I I3I One TKfly
on Application I treasurer for cue jenr. j ereeqt randayf- -
t i MRS. J. B. t11 SKProprietress.. : i Four members of tli city council l for j BRANCH ;
ALBERT A two years. I II Leave '
!I i-. : 338 South Ridge*ood A>cnue, < DAYTONA: fLA. : .* BENNETT, Proprietor. :: .I Three school tru"tet's" : for two year. !j: alack ; EAST TO PALATKA PALATKA ,:Palaeu Arrive :, (!Palatka'Leave EAST PALATKA PALATKA TO !Arrlw
I .. << J And to determine hither Palatka
1 ." "f" N 1 ...tf. f'f..iLi4L6Ntfi flfFi'f'f.* .-.tratsa............ ...(.,rxr....tt.x............s.....M !|!!I mill school tax Mulliv w \ l lied a thrw for th(3)t')-1 j 1JenMiing I 60 am ': ........:so. tG Tail.....- .. -540 am5w- am ....._:Sa n Da11y.... .. 806 a1

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..... .. + I At such election J. }1 Canon, I 12.6 i......_ .....
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; ...... ................... George .... .. .n. fl2 1..11) 1225 J.m 300 pm _.._..No. 503 Dally110 pa
'II. Clark and! J. L. Lynch 41sI'm'' o.M ... : .. ... .
shall act as 1..lIy. 4tb J'm 'U5 .... :.C0. bS DaIl' '0IIp11
i b50:; .... .. pm ,
THE 'latnolia; Avenue PALMETTO : I inspectors and! Henry Titus shall\ act as J.m o. M .. 110 pin i 540 I'm .. :so. 671.111_..... 10GO.-.
j CLEVELAND, Opposite Vostoffi 5 : HOUSE clerk. t; loj i. :so.Mllan,...... tlJ&\I.m :f104,5 l.m ..... :so.MflaU''l100plllSAN

I .1 iMne under hand and the MATEO BRANCH
I my seal c>f | -
S. B. GREEN : : I the City of Daytona, and in eave PAUyJA( Arrtv--'
k- Proprietor. Well l l Known and pursuance j I EAST Leave SAN MATEO TO ,,
I Popular of City ordinance, this January 7. A. I). Palatka TO SAN MATEO Stn MSanateo T.aat t
New House. New Furniture. Jt 190S. K. W.Mayor. fIU E :E. Mateo EAST PALATKArip43o ;
Steam Heat.
Sanitary Plumb .
it ing. Gas LJghtrd. Everything rp-to-Date. : : : Att.t: of Dayton.-t. 123: JIm.m ..........,So..0. M 45 l Dally.. .........., HlOam.m ...._. So.4e: Dally. ....' 616 i16.
aly its ... ...... .
A. McF. .__ pm 3.0 .10 So.: M Tally 41.1
I< : PORTER.: City Clerk j jj ilelt I'm ..Xo. 6Y lath 112 ''n30 ......_ .......
r Rooms[ I Overlooking) the beautiful J Halifax Ricer ____ __ ____ I.m Jm :So. fiO PaIl1. IH.o ,!
Only. 1 louse \o\v Open for 190'1 ;.t\, Jt !i Notice to \Resident. :.:s >a.n :So.h I
Sn.iyli: 19n.:0
: I I J Daytona.' A homelike and comfortable J I In Circuit! Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit :, Oelr ,'_ Only _' Daily et: curs- BRANCH laity Only t oo I De.IJ1J.

| of Florida In and fur \(JlNa' 2eAym\ IUlOam 840<< I'm 800amLr. JaetwniGle.. :
: CENTRAL AUTO GARAGE. i : house. 1 First-cla: in all i'1 County, in Chancery. > 240 pm 1050.m 14u I'm 8ram Ly .. Pablo lJ ach.. ..Ar Lv''730a.; 100 p m b00pa
;. '
respects.C. : : 84" JIm 850.m719pm 'it/pa
; Catherine E. Lsaa ;
Schnpf '. 7'0"10 gas s....At1.atlcleeach..Lr 144am I21Yym) 4 .pait0.m
: Warort.. ..:. : ::
Charging Plant. Cars Lr
Scored. Gasoline, Hatterk-, Cdindt r ({)Id. i J t5. 1 IN 19 Ana 4
: 0. CHAA1BERLIN f Ii I Augustus F. : ;:.L riI 1 :Orenle Braaeb =
Proprietor. i I Schopf( _l Clty_ : fil Na, 14' I No. II i Saaford Brtnck i Na' t7'
To Augustus F. t
L LdlrI
:, :I. Repairing Promptly Attended To. S ; .*..*..**......s Y.*..**..* *************************J,** i; You are hereby Jkhopf.required. to upjvar to I 4.OJlm 315pm'; -e30 110".10 lD Lv.Ly.SeeNwrroaAr.Late 1Jj.ItD, -- Lr.1218: lOO---a Pm; ; pm eU.m; _''tT, TliusTtlU At., 1 00],.
o the Bill of Complaint filled n pm !II a!>am Lv. i bpi pm :9 I JO am Ar.
= I herein Orange f-m i-anford
f ............................." j against quoin the above entitled =Ji=15 pm ((118uam Ar. Orange City City LT.Je 1J06 l00nn( 'I 140.m: I .... .. ....""" .LT.,1000, -]pa
......1..1............N.N.NN1NN.....NN N...1. on *>T before the 3rd day of February cause I f!, PEXJ .FLAB AND: OCCIIIKXTAL TEAM81I1p.43U .. '
t,. ............................................. ..... : j!1.\. IX IMS. = Close Connections COVXgCTIOXS AT MIAIrI

i. 1. Open For Business. 4 i The Daytona Gazette-Xewsis hereby r'ASSAU Made at Miami" With Steimihipi tie P. &: 0. S.S. C.. for .

The Lane J I designated as the newspaper in whichi = IIAYAXA AND }'EY WES"iXSKZZ
1 t Ivy Inn i iI :i THE STILLMAN "I R. STILL.\IAN: i this order shall be published. once a zertr.es anowthetlmee.twhleLtnln.
J[ i week for four consecutive weeks.: from the atstlonai Dat eauylseerpeetedt.aw.
Vroprletor. J f Witness stated U not ruarantee.l. nor dose the lhelr aM..l or _' '*the&*_
: hand
I Enlarged and Improved : my and seal! of office I or .ny ron' iiynre urUlnr th r from.Company h.ld itself rcap.noie for ear d.1.af
4 this :20th day of December, '
In Center of A IX 1'JOT.
District. Large Well\ Fur- J SAM'L IX JORDAN:, Clerk. rr..riV.fJ f tTI! iV1 SiT.J&TlS0'11"] '.r....tlo. .

With Increased Facilities in All Department! will Le able in still : : tlj IIl'd Booms, Well !Heated.! Personal At- J. I FITZGERALD By R. P. HAMLI.V.& GATES Deputy:: Cl -rk. J.-0 RAH 'ER, AssiStant General Pace Agt.T, AGENT ST OUSTINE" FLORIDAeMr.tl
i larger llegree to please and satisfy those who desire refined J J: tcntion Given to Comfort: of Guests( J: Solicitor for Complainant.. _

I elegance as well as: All Comforts and Convenience- : : Fii>t-CIavs Chef. White Help, :*: Notice to Non- esidcnt.In .

: I Circuit Court, :Seventh: Judicial i M
I Open from November to May.WAI. : Electric Lights: Baths :: I Circuit of Florida, in und f..r"fJlu.s ia K
I Count}*. In Charn-ery. I? -

: Rooms \Vith or Without Board. 2: j' John Hedgrinai f- r 1
1 W. FOLTZ Lessee.
i 4 vs
......................444........... .' Julia Hedgenian I
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.............. ...................................... NN1NNM .. I To Julia Hedgeman EXDR ESS .
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............ .............. .......................... 11. .N.....- .-.M- .MN- --.N- .-.-..-.............MNNN the You Kill are of herebyrequired Complaint| filwl to appear" herein I to \ PafPAlo

THE PRINCESS ISSENA.SFLORILAE I against you in the alxive entitled
: eau-e
: A n, a -f.ti+ intl frame tru .tur Neither I:i'; on or before the 3rd day| of February: .
HOTEL 81 I l\' < a boarding i house nor prei i j IA. !J., laos.\ ?
DESPLAND i : tic 'II:!'! 'itnJiining all the modern conveniences and up-to- m l \19
date! acc'>mn'idati'>n- of the latter but intended to be in the nature of an : 1' "Daytona Gazi-tte-\ews'; i Ls hereby *3j I
i. !' gant p| -iv,itf b'me> for the travelling/ public Located in the midst of a designated this as! the newspaper in which{ :ji I Y'EAtp
I order
: ihalllJe
!bJ.u! k. "
j trunuti1- walk from the beach. Terms <:3.00 I oneeaweek 9 ll
DAYTONA, FLORIDA. : : rates for the ,eLSon or for parties. IT day Sp -cial for four consecutive week W '

.. .N...N....N..................r essues'tp .... I:II this Witness ISth day my of hand DcctinT and!! seal, '\. D.of. oificc 190;. !j jj 3 CLUB ,i t I IDoz

"The Favorite." Steam Heat :...................... ............................N...I i; SAM'I Uy K.(: P.. i IX HAMLI.V JORDAN, Clerk M I U.w&.ae+nuut1 _tree 0 i DEtNERED fOR.

;. % -ni 'oj.- K-!irnl.hed Ktrellent: :Nortlifrn 1, 1.11.1 POPE.
U I Deputy Cle :. $fl : r+t
T-rni-; in t:Jp -> ':"-li. Solicitor I
t 4> for ComjJainant. 'J
Open for the Season #
management of I The Glenn MRS. IJ.L.II.: GI.E\Xl'rotit'trt.5( .- $12Cl9

: 315 X ]leach 8t? Dayt ma, H.i. I J. T. LONG &
} i L. M. WAITE Owner and itCity Bro.J j
. Proprietor. j ('t"ltaP: \ I ocati-ti t) Facing tie Halifax liirt-r. Dealers in CHAS. BLUM & COA1PANY _

With ,
R ..... ... .........+.....................4....... i Boating and Fiilung:" ahnat at the Door f| \ I'AIWTISREWIXO CO
...............................N........../NN... Hue 1 RjbbonB[
CHOICE 'h.lskeJ
*******.***.***.******** 1EAT Lewis 66 ''
; ******* A. 6.A. *.**.. t Send fur l'r ? LINt I

t. MORGAN ...e.............. r:1
: AncKgant Al L.'hLS.: .f. of All Kinds. : ... ... ..........t.t.et-...t..-:
urn L.-Uat- with :tram II. at. EK-ctric Lights Bath Sa.1 '
OPEN All THE YEAR ;:I:: ti I P.;;;j"imbing. ,r j 1". -,t t.'ffinlon Pta! >.mt urroundin> and, .r-hunhc 5, < tr.. Oiie Within}lI n-k three from minutes Ferry and walk, Ri\"f'r of iitrr tin-> :**J I I I will keep a choice line of Florida .: \ MALLORY 1

an.1 -
;I: AIRS. [B. P. SMITH I t western meats: always on hand
Proprietress. : :
Corner .
I ) ,i, r.rCti :LL7PICBLLL.' =-,. 4tarrstsssassass Ft eiissf.a..+filtir+Flrei. flril ...Ir1t...i..; i: Fairview a -nue and Ua I.- .

hot BIll! C'JloJ; Bat'._ ;...... ;i iton.ivSt Phone SPECIAL .
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tr i Table lirst.('la's, Tili..l..iiiii. i.....,n""" wn'.ii. fii nW.ii".;j.i.-.i.m iii.Wi.., : N.7 PASSENGER.EXPRFSS :

; A. J). :ricbKIDE .__ _._
I\ 1 : :: President P.N.rONRAD Cashier [: PINE WOOD I.al'Jl'f-tit{ and Iuollt thoroughly STEAMSHIPS i il'O

1\I, GEO. MATTHEWS: |! i f'lluippf'f>t. Pastergere tratuNhil; the ;

'! I MERCHANTS FOR xo o\l'lrr.O\\1)fxn.: : : "t
PROPRICroR. .! BANK SALE : Important I'T.TUtomlsfir.
mn..' x ,, KED; j
'Brtirk > .
j = County B nk on tilrNn
: : ,
empty M
***********t********* 1.! Capital Stock ;: the I numl"'r of LtartLM no tickets will tw wij t :red .
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4 ***********************.* :: Personal ..f &l,
: THE (. 100,000 1 ) ( I'\s.''1.SGEtt.; : }; e and attention.
I LLit1
: ] :; EVERY .
TraQw'ta General delivered from J ;: : 1.\
Banking Business. If l.f.nnOT FlondaTimee-Cmmn.
: R.n'8'fT
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RIDQEWOOD ANENL'E: DA\"TONA, FLORIDA. : : : ) 'I\l-n; 6 ANI) ) ,
e 4 [ son's ; lnrludifltz d"IiJCtf}; 'Ills I'OIXT:; N' 'H.:
Interest Wood 1
percent. 1 lAYLIGIIT
Large sunny rooms. Cuisine excellent Ei-i trio Lights curtr II. at : S Compounded Quarterly lrrlldon ( Yard, west: of i: FAJIUC3'.SIA: : SAH.through'} tbTbruugh .
and all IaLANUS.
modem conveniences.MRS. i tttlete : j
i 11 : I .

) CELESTE HINKS, Proprietress. : 1 Savings Accounts. railroad on Magnolia a\"en-I : re K,;ardi,rag rtes-3ttrl\'tiflR O :;:'Iap 1 y Northern no other pc'.lOt"line .haKram"For full. !Si!. .. ..ition1JiWwt
ue. apply to ; rrw atirlete nner
"'"+,'.'pan.'.TH..II..un....!...rut.., ,uuua.... .. urrr.... yn.' ...uj.....rrru .4 1 i!; Hutchinson & Brittle. I j IRONMONGER. ( Jr.JmtilTIr"uPaSS6nK.er Agent. acLsoD\"UI.hay, 'F.-:-. .t a,

........ at .IAA'al Agt'nt, Oayt01l11
... ...... Fla. .