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: February 1, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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. 36 0.' Everywhere. Rcxhti All CU..t .{g Daytona, Florida, Saturday February 1, 1908. Best AdvcrtUinf MtUImm tm D.,I. and .Vicinity. Price 5 Cents

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:...................................................:1 PATHFINDERS though the big car would be destroyedbut WASHINGTON'S : i.I.I.I.1.I.I.I.i.I.I.1.1.1.I.I.I.I.I.i.I.I...Il11.I:

: Don't Fail to See the : When quick examined work saved a few it. seconds later I

REACHIAiI.\ i irrK .. the insulation on the wires of the igni- BIRTHDAY.i :I BARNES the Novelty Man i
I Continuous Pictures i tion system was found to be badly I ,
Moving .
burned and melted, but otherwise the r i : .

Make Run From Jacksonuille to Miami car was not greatly injured. An hour's An Appeal by The Redmen for cooperation J SELLS EVERYTHING :

: Peck Block, foot of South Bridge. : ( work on the singed machine put it into
Without Mishap-Roads In Fair- in the Celebration of i
: Pictures changed Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.See : condition again and it left the Hotel I : )Especially Stationery, Fishing Tackle', Crockery, =

ly Good Condition.At Ormond at little after o'clock for Birthday ot Washington. .
: live Alligator in window. : a two : Glassware Fancy Confectionery, Souvenir PostCards ; :

just 10:52:' o'clock Thursday morning Daytona. The pathfinder passed the To the citizens pf Daytona and her ;: Talking Machines, Dolls, Toys and Notions. :

: Admission 1 10 cents. : of last week, the big Cleveland Path- i Florida East Coast Automobile Clubhouse neighboring communities. : .

finder, with James Laughlin, 3d, at the at a few minutes before three One year ago Osceola Tribe No. 21, I BARNES :

I...I.I.1.I.I.I.....1.1.I.I.I.I.I.N.I.1.I.I.I.I.i.IN wheel, left the Times-Union office en |,I Saturday afternoon and sped away on Impnncd Order of lied Mm, requested! :U :

Hay street, and started 01its long I i I its journey southward. the co-o l'eratintt| participation in a ,I Will also frame your Pictures, sharpen your Saws, :

.........N........................................ arduous journey to Miami. J !' The pathfinder party, piloted by F. public demonstration of a patriotic character : Knives, Scissors, Lawn Mowers, Etc.. and will :
The signal for the startas given by Charles Clifford, of Vero, rolled into of Washington's: birthday befitting : .
the automobile editor /f the Times ;( Fort Pierce Monday rooming and reported the spirit and events which the I r repair almost, anything that is out of whack. :

I THE CHAS. E. GARDINER CO. I Union, while J. II. \\\fi\\ of Daytona, at the News office at S:30 I day should properly tipify. The response :i i

took the starting limp o'clock, tired, dusty and sleepy, but I to hill appeal[ as well as the character : In Fact, for Any Remember !

In the car with fir. Laughlin, the I still happy and energetic. Only a short and cnthusiasum of the resulting : .
nil J1 naire who undertook I stop was made and they were gone I demonstration .
young : surpassed the most sanguine I ,
the trip prin pally because it wall| again. 1 expectations of the committee in :i BARNES :

I Dry Goods. I a difficult one and one that required j i: The party reached Grant a few milesabove I charge of preliminary arrangements. : .

nerve, was Geo. E. Sebring of Sebring I j| the Sebastian river last Sunday We feel, therefore, encouraged I In the I THE NOVELTY MAN. :
.|'night after a hard day's: run. They I
Ohio, a millionaire pottery manufacturer hope that a greater responr will tx : .

.. .. a vice president of the Florida i{j: stopped at the RiJgrland Hotel and Mr. I mad to a request for participation in a :: 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. :

: Phone 102, Anthony Block, : East:: Coast Automobile Association and i!|! Jorgenson treated them so royally that parade this year. I
a leader in the work for sports during i{I. instead of continuing the run all night In issuing this call for a public ctle- I ISI.1.I.i.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.i.1...I.I
the winter along the Eat Coast of1Florida. ';! as they intended, all hands went to bed I II bration of the birthday of the first president -

DAYTONA FLORIDA. I and left three ferry men waiting at the II III of our great republic and matchless

: Mr. Sebring, armed with a pencil anda Sebastian river all night for them. I chieftan of the Continental Army,

....................................................... large note book, together with measuring I At four o'clock Monday morning they Oseeola Tribe has n<. undue desire to
tapes, will report the journey, i again hit the trail, but in the run to the assume the leadership in the arrapge-

:I.1.I.I.1.I...I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.R.I.I.I.I.II.I* : officially measure the distances, placard j j I river they got lost and rambled meat of such demonstration, but will Norman S. Dayton
I! around the
Hat woods of lower Brevanli
the route and welcome
in the
nNOW prepare other ways I heartily co-operation: of all
for the endurance 1 ''i I county for two or three hours, taking citizens who
coming run.U will .. are willing to lend a helping -
I note every tree in the whole distance." up signs only to go back and tike them I hand.The '

Groceries ? laughed Mr. Sebring, as the cur ws.., down again. Finally a native came origin, history an' inherent principals LUMBER.Yard

waiting for the starter's signal.On to the rescue and guided them to the of the ImproOrder of lied: .

the rear seat was F. Fdward waiting ferry boat. Men, as well as the direct appeal of its

Sxx| >ner of SHH| >ner .\: Wells, photogra- Crossing the Sebastian river soon after present day leaders and chief tans, iniicl| Magnolia Avenue and F. E. C. Railway. Also
: YOU ARE TALKING i j daylight they hit the high places along
pliers, of New York. Armed with his' its members to a public celebration of
Plans, Estimates: and Superintendence. Real Estate office
the in line for Fort
ridge a straight
camera, 11 r. :S|>ooner will catch all thepicturesque I the birthday of Washington and we in
views that mark the trip, Fierce. I turn send forth this appeal| to Hitg<-neral 1st door south of .I' O.I W. II. EDMONDSON, Manager,

That's My Business. photograph the troubles the car may :;,I At Vero they picked up F. Charles public.The Iliylnna: Florida. Phonos at office, yard and residence

t I meet with\ and otherwise prejiare for '1 GifTord, who piloted them over the old final detail> of Uie eelebration

1 1 : 1 take )pleasure' in <-allin>* fir \< nr path<< r 11",1 I : illustrating the route l lookuhieli, will Capron trail, and good t time was: nude :! will lie published later and as soon as

: dithering jirninpllv what& y >u ":11I1. My stink : be published:: after the trip has laenmade. to St. I.uciew*ere they crossed the fully developed. For the present we
bridge and ran down the river front toFort !
: is: always freh'sod (lino curd l 'lour Dade! will : would request that the business firmsin

: l Ise highly appnvi.iteil amt l well taken rarf IIf : who With made Mr.the:plover was fnlu Mr. Dreamer, quickly Pierce.gathered An around interested the night trip St.:; Augustine parade by appropriatefloats
: Phone, me your wants : the pathfhiding party scattered to attend : Z
with Mr. Laughlin aijd his party. HTsonal| attendance and the
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IsI Mr. Allen, wiling his waft h with that !. various details.Mr. : closing down of all business n at h-ast

,of Mr. l.aughliii. took tl\ fine, and at Sebring at once asked for a guide during the progress (>f the parade, to i CONRAD GROCERY CO.
I s."r. CAR ROLL 5 autVnobikttlitor I I to piliit them south, and H. Carlton, Sr enable
I) I just 1 I0:5': : u i luek the their employees tu take |peat in .
a who L.nowl'ery by-path and hog: trait the I
k of tilt" TiuII"s'Uuioll shouted "Time is procession.( i I
a krca I taken Mr. Laughlin." in South Florida joined them. After a WelIuld request that all public (Successor'to E. '1'. Conrad & Co.)

t The North Beach st. Grocer. ::1 I i instantly:: the long low, gray car : cup of coffee fur the men and several: official J bodies and representatives of the I'I'I .. ..

: .1 bounded forward, and rolling prettily. 1 gallons of gasoline for the engine, the people to be present to represent their

idt : Telephone No. 19. : shot down Hay street to Main street, "high sign" was given and the car I several communities in their official I i Carry a Full and Complete i

I turned; south on Main into the struck out for the flat woods road via capacity: Mayors, Hoards Aldermen, \
.......i.i.i.i.I.I.I.I.i.i.I.i.i.1.i.I.I.I.I.I.I*I.I. blip and out onto tile Duval and ferry was j White City and the old government Boards of School Trustees, Hoard of : Line of Plain and Fancy i

-- -------- !I road to Palm I Hcarh. This skirts the I
Trade and other associations in .
ferried across the river t i 1 r -, A Matter of Essential Importance .1 i Everglades; and in some! places will be of the development of our several towns

to householder! sanitation and .sanitary The four members: of the p Lthf lltlcrs' hard going form constituent: |part of the parade i
y equipment should n-wive: the greatestposnible party arrived at St. Augustine khortly i 1 The Pathfinder arrived at Palm Beachabout and will be assigned their proicr| [n ,.i- GROCERIES I :
+ o'clock
N> ten Wednesday morning, tions.
.,!I attention; and when new plumb- after five o'clock Thursday afteruonaiuLdrove
there for From Ft.Pierce -
t--.s.- lag is: to be installed mly a plumber i uf theFt direct to the Hotel Alcazar, !stopping repairs Parents and guardians: are requested ---0-- .
they took the Allapatta Prairie to assist arid their childrenas .
a highest repute, and one who keeps up with where they spent the night. When encourage
+Iwr j the latest Improvements, ohnuld be employrd. seen at the Hotel Alcazar shortly after route with a guide and arrived at West! : far as possiMc\ t.. participate in this ; f
Jupiter Tuesday night and left there at I
.117a }
f '' ; If you have this subject under consid their arrival by a newspaper repieseutative parade an encouragement: and development j I
J sunrise Wednesday morning arriving at : :
: d nation a consultation with the undersigned I the plucky pathfinders were I of that patriotic .

will lx of the greatest valueDWTONA tired and hungry, but happy, for they Miami Wednesday night. which makes a devoted .m sl'ntimellt'l

DmP+tNd had found and marked off an excellent /enship. I The Conrad Grocery Company I

j road between Jacksonville and St.:; Augustine The rommitti-e r ill open| headquarters |,

which they claim is fintilassand : WILL HONOR at ,some, central point in the near future j : 1-:. T. Conrad & Co's. old stand. :

iTam PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. as gond as the a\rage road in the and will gladly "(:1,11I1'hctc'r us- ', ..1..11...111........1......................1....1......
r rC machine distance may be. tendered) for the suei i
ti north. Over it any can travel! MAJOR\ FOSTER.
m.e YpgMT Phone 64 in and with comfort the trael.u eec. of the oCl'asi"n I II '
safety, to \-
p I KKK I 11'. tl. lIohbs, ('. F. Ituremati.. I. W. .....++..+....+.+N..1N...+.N..+..................
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Jtt % .--.-.-..-.....++.+.....+..-..-.-.-.-...-................... / Fire, water, wild animals and other Cleveland (irays Will be Here March I 11'illiant-, Central CommitlerDAYTONA
things greeted the pathfuuling .partyon | Daytona Transfer & Livery Stable

*,i : r: Ask for the Bread I Friday. I'ruuou-ito starting from 4 and 5 tu Honor Their Former ,

... ,; i St. Augustine Friday, the party, consisting Commander.The I, LEADS

,iDee lIAr :; i ; of Driver James I.aughlin, 3d, t : C. E Johnston. Proprietor,
with the of Cleveland brays: and a large .
st stamp jaltltlllJltv1I1pJNjSffh Walter Drcnncu) < eu. 1.:. Scbring and ALL OTHERS. .
1 party of friends from Cleveland, Ohio, : -_ have the best livery in the
F. Ed SjKxiner, bummed m around the: city 1
3 will be in Daytona at the time of the T -"I '. .. '" city, with white drivers who
DA'3ff sightseeing in the car and! left for/Or- r, K p.
; round! at one o clock in the aflt/ lIIon automobile races. The Gray u one of i I rj ) are familiar with all roads
Daytona Bakery the oldest and l l>est known iiulcjK-mlcnt i I Fountain City Has High Ranking: in '\
All the route to Onnwd the 8?
i !,k. along p LOOK FOR THE
military in- the country.A.
j pathfinders ....lIte.lzign1 and kept a log organization :Number of Visitors.AheaJ | ;
1*. FOltc'r.r Daytona, i U a member i Silver
as on the previous days. Mare than of Previous Years.llaylon.i r Tipped Rigs.
of the and was formerly major .
: forty of these boards, reading "To c'ollll'any|
t. H. E. IGGProprietor. Miami" have been put up between when the comiKiny wa.4 a battaliini. i i.> a blight i twinkling star in : -a'a.i.. Phone 27, opp. Public School.

h Jacksonville) and Ormond. <, The ( rays and guests will make a the Hfiil tiriiiaiiM-nt: of tie- I iiitcd i ..1111............1...................................
tour uf the south in a special| train and States.
When about nineteen niil<-s from Or-I, -- --- ------ --
I : i mond at oac of the Thomas White j: go to I Havana for several d.iya. IJrpoil front hosts< \!, iMcirditi'! |I"IIM-S: I .1......................... 1i .........................

<;. ........ ............+...*+...+......+.....+.**..+..+ bridges the party noticed great cloud.- I The Clevelanders will be here two and tran?[>ortnion men indie.-ite that OI'KN SHOP. I
--- ---- ---- - days! March I and .">, and will live on l Daytona: rank ahead of any other re-j i Magnolia Avenue
of smoke, and a few b.at1s later saw
OJ w*************************C ****************** ******** their train. A rt.t''pti..u; for the party sort in Florida in the nutnttcr, of guests jwitllin | .
the n.uul'lIltlazing away tor a distance i
'I: \\iIIloe h .i\tl1l1n: the evening of March her gue>ts. It L- said that ihe t i
I N. ERICKSON | of three-quarters: of a mile, mounting t>>
., : -I at The Clarendon and a dancing has more loiirint- than, at tin-. tinir Ia. t I W. H. WRIGHT & SON
.. a height of ten feet in some .places.
party at The Hidgewood "n the following year, and tins, tL ..II l.Jd.f.iir t.. ,', Ill""
: : Cabinet MaKer. Wood WorKer. : The forest fire was raging within not 'iny prt'\'i'u.
; evening.This
more than eight feet from the road, i I II
great military organization, i I II "III'J i PaintingDecoratinir
Z. : Picture Frames, IXxir and WitHIn'rppn mailo loonier. jj and a stiff( wind was fanning it so''I I J .
which has It-en organized for uearl .
i :strongly that Mr. Laughlin did not (I (jel1 ral (jjkhrbt: \ isi.: Daytona.
: Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. MNt11111N \ nearly three-quarter- of a century, ha : l ;
know whether to keep on going or not.
Jt participated: in many national affairs,
01 ....>Ftf1>F11.>Ft11pf ************************** They decided to tackle it, however, i and hag l been the escort: of several presidents : i I)apl'rhanJ.iJl

and got through not second too soon, '
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r : at their inauguration. I
for had they been a few moments later I I :

PUMPS If you are thinking passage would have been iDIpOs.| itJle. Grays The present to Cuba trip for a South short visit.ill take Theyw the 4 : West of Ridge\\ood avenue Daytona, Florida J

One of the White bridges, about eighteen ill leave Cleveland Feb. 2: and pass I Y.I #t :..................................................... :
of heating from Ormond
your miles was badly ------ - -
burned. through D.t}tona Feb.0<< : stopping .11..1. 1.111.11..111.1.......1....11.....11.....11
here for the automobile their :
THAT home or your hotel The next excitement: met was between : .1 n r i litltlot \ .
return. .
Knox and Ormond, when a tvUtfcat,
; .
I A close examination of electrical :
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e'J.: see us, we are was nearly hit by the big carV The
M. C. Church Appointments.At work finished and charged: for :
party arrived at Ormond Friday evening .1
I I I : from this shop shows how
: 1t in the business. and spent the night at the Hotel the Florida Conference of the M .
PUMP : + ly and honorably we & ;
Ormond.Mr. Jacksonville
: E. Church heRl in last .

.I / We sell the best line Laughlin, who is a most. careful week the following appointments: were ';' Y fro ate{ t : serve business.) special Electrical attention.r .quare-I

kI driver, said that the roads were in excellent made in this, the Jacksonville district :
1 ; Hand and Power I I II : who employ us never
o condition all the way, and that II. O Porter, presiding elder.
and they _
. : our charges,
. there is no reason why motorists should Armstrong Memorial-S. A. WanU'S..
Pumps ever offered in Cure engaging us that our
. the from Jacksonville Beach R. F. Portct.f I
not drive cars to /XJoronado I Ty
: manship will be the best.
1I:, Daytona for the money. i iI Daytona. The path of the coming raceis IDa\'tona-lt. II. Hutter.V .
much better than the bulk of the Heach C. K.: Par-on.- F1
. I i > Daytona : ; -- !
3 Electric Co.
. of the last Gliddcn tours, and the fords Del nd-\V. J. llarknese
1 Pipe Fittings : .
1 have good hard bottoms in every in- Hastings-F. It. Sibley. (icn-.i.: A W C. P "a / :
1 '. : > r :232? : South Beach Street.
. :itance. Jacksonville Snyder Memorial--P. : Gurda c.mdi-.iati-! i S.v'r .fI .

.. 1 all kinds. Just. previous to leaving the .Ormond Ross Parrish. Florida, was a visitor U Uayt"na 1'11'-- .......+.1....1..++.*.......+..+..+.......++..11...++

: '. garage, the car suddenly C e"fry Fairfield To be supplied. I day. The general it on a tour of the .....................................................
close to ending its great \Whflnding South Jacksonville-S. A. Wanle&s forty-six counties of Florida, pa'thmg I !;

.1 s trip. While being cranked, th% engine Lawtey-G. F. &ott. up his political fences and wurmini:: lip
. 'If BRASS Staples backfired through the carburetor and a Melbourne and Cetsrgkusa-J.; 15. matters for the primary. J. C. BUTLER J CO. i1iE. i

I 'If f ,. second later was in flames. The crowd Hawk. General Oilthrist is i well knoTtnFltKkla III E

I standing around dodged back, yelling IiJ.U1i-L S. nad r. having beets a memJ-er of U.e
: Cottages for Sale or Rent. Life, Fire and Accident Insurance. :
?tP r t } t CENTRAL AUTO GARAGE, "fire," while the garage: hands made a New m'rna-IL II. F. Potter. Legislature for sev oral term, and at 'oc ,

'; jump for the sand bucket4. Orange City-Jo.-eph Antic I tune wuspcalft: "f thIL"! :.r, f i'rNeLtatl j,. : r':: JQC 231, DAYTONA DLAC1I, FLA. i.
Phone 2i5. .
s. For a moment or two it looked aa :St.:; Augwtiue-J 11. Martin. i ,e.: ................ .....1..1.............1........1.....
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t 1 I I, Announcement.It I
I Ii afternoon from Sheldon X. D. Notfce. I "
Monday ,
I THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS Rer. C C. Gillett filled the ..... cif a candidatef 1
Sunday appointment From date hereof I: tLj undo .;gu< u, r. .J Jwun my: BUS fSS AND PltrfSSION

i PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY morning and evening at the withdraw my name as a member of t.. r r, -cle'-tr'.n' to tie! office of fits.-

I T., E. FiTZGERALD, Editor i! M. E. Church, in the absence of Rev. late firm of Clark: Walton, F1"i; l>cal- stss--r at the Municipal Election to beheld _'

Parsons, pastor in charge. Ilorida. : Feb. I, and ask the support of all j "

; I Rer. and Mrs. C. E. Parsons returned ere, Daytona Signed, B. WATTOX.. voters CEO. F. SMITH i! C TcTBOHANNONI fitzgerald & Oat

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY Monday afternoon from Jacksonville -----------I II I f

e I where they had been attending the session I II I Physician and SurgeonOffice Attorneys at Law
t kt ( INCORPORATED ) I of the annual conference of the M. I

t E. church; Mr. Parsons was appointedhere ::::;; rVe Present ;|::.r":j:; I f over the Atwood Pharmacy, Special Attention Land to ExaminingPerfecting Title*. ,

t ,' Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Flonda, as Second Class flatter.'I1 for another year. l ; t I each street, Daytona, Fla. ,

Dr. Dan Brummette, assistant editor "A GALAXYOF t i I I Telephone No. 74. Conrad Block, DAYTONA.

of the Epworth Herald of Chicago, the
1 1908r i !
largest denominational young people's Carr IX f Afldis tiersLANDIS

-- paper<<: published in the world, arrived .1 STARS.e N.II.SEELYL.A.H.Physician .

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. here with his family Saturday afternoon r & HSU J

i and is located in the .j and Surqeon.
...,,,._............ -.1 L r0i comfortably Attorneys at La'

i One copy t 1x mouths-.. :::_::::: : ... .=::::: :::.:..:::::::::. ::: :73One James Gamble beautiful home on the Special attention given to Electrical all
In Stat and
Practicing 1
copy three months... .. :: :=:....... ... ...--. .--.: 10 Halifax.: Dr. Brummette stopped at treatment and Mechanical methods. Court rivll aCrmfna] baMBn
: that have in our store ready e.f
Jacksonville" here are pleased to announce we Ave Hours csrrful tteotioo.
enroute and delivered rV 127 So. HIdijewood' Hpoeial taco
!: ADVERTISING RATES. an able address before the Conference for you to examine, a line of the famous Starezr'Star Shoes 8-10:30 and 1-3:30. Phone 8.'). 'forlnTe.tlg Uelind tin an0, Florid p rfeetlsg tttlsa

j DISPLAY ADVERTISE IEXTS. on the subject pertaining to ill made '

RAte per inch per insertion to regular adt'ertLers.......... ........ 10 ttnbRate work. byThe "im.J.E.li\WLINGS Isaac A. 8t wart ggftrN llr
per inch per insertIon for less than three months............._ _15 cents --- -- I f fPhysician '

Rate per inch per Insertion for single insertion...... ..................___._30 (cent BROWN SHOE CO. I STERT&BL

Rate per line, each insertion READIXG........NOTICEOR.__. -..............LOCAL................---.....-...... ,10 cent i I Holly OF ST. LOUIS. MO. i I & Surgeon. :; Lawyers )
J 'I E IMIy Hill, Jan. :50--F. II. Dogfc returned I
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office GIUe s 1 next door to Bank BUildfliL'
from Jacksonville tbe latter Dr. Ranling' I
f All club, society organization lodge and church notices, other than rKgiei. 1 I I partof Our White House :Shoes for men and women, and Huster:: IJrownl : IDeLaz4 FloridaTITLES
t cervices, 5 eenta per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolution?, o ttnts Lit neck.Mi l Blue dru store, Beach street. .
Ribbon: Shoes for boys and girls, I teals all others in style, e-oai- ; : __
j per line. Legal advertising at legal rates.GENERAL >s Amy I..nll00 has Ixmith ,1- __
PROVISIONS.; I I her rL-teT, Mrs. E. J. Merkel, for severalwwks 1 fort and wearing quality. ..tar--tar:- Shoes' eaplured the only) D" ; I '

... Xo single charge for display advertising of any kind less than 50 cent*. returned to Seabrook Friday I II Lt. ORINI I' I'Rizt at the 1V"CL.u'.. FAIR in St. Louis awl! recwvetl! the E. L. STEWART SL'REn,1

I Good position given every advertisement. An extra chargeof 2 (tint J"T n.-r i with her father, who came down the i y C..tl. Mi.im at the J."H.r.PEI.lfI". ) \. They are "The i iI I Phvsician I and Surgeon i! Volusia County Abstract, Iarestma
No .. Xat.ion.s 1
will be made for ads with specified positions. j-dl portions piviuHI ; \ious Paul Merkel and Title Insurance
less than five inches. pre day. acwm- I I rest"-that is the opinion of the Judg... Tint is al-o) the verdict of attention to diseases of the Compoy..jL\;
IaI1inl them, but returned af- Special ,
No advertisements accepted for the first Sunday AMVacUTarsi.hedandlllesprfestd
tsar.I the brand: Jury of the million who Eye Ear, Throat and Nose. Office 'f'd., Maps. Plain and Blue Print .
I Hear.We ; M.
advertisements I.f te-rnovfi and his I .
I 1 Extra charge made on display containing an average UN r- &uttr Elizabeth: took II I and residence No. 101 Magnolia corner I I 'Dlted.rrrt nab, Pi.,.; Care' D. Ladli,'
1 L ; than 30 words to the inch. hi* jdae-e at Seabrook.V. : 82. I! H<')' and Trea. Oppotlte VoloiU (X.
bills the first of each month. Want Your Palmetto telephone Bank, LteLaod. Fla.
t payable on \ J II.; Balkmgh was a Jack*>n\ill? Judgment. "ifflr* hour 7 a. in. to Y p. m.i. i -g

visitor last utk. -

t e f NN.... :.....;..................................... Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Fuquay have had ; F. r sa.'e! >;' ( i.1. KLOCKhysician D. D.&C.H. ROGERS

- J I'p! i Seabreeze and Daytona Beach j .UK ir cottage" frontage removed of their from property the Daytonau to a a'' THE PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY.\\ I ) and Surgeon, f j i Civil engineers -

position just north of _
reeidtncc .
">n l&ts.'a i oft
I --- E In-rlal/ l atl' n11.a1 fflvnto *** j DAYTONA and
1 runt ,tr<'t't. This rotta.llc'a.; .. bloc --- -- - -- t !lie Errand Killing IiinrlN.. 1*!> f o. t Offie s MAMI, FL.", ; (

i : MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor.abreeze : : from its foundation Ly the recent <.>- .:I.I.IUOI.:: pho/le'1. [1kr ......,'1 J1.It I Ij f

. . . . 1 1J clolt'. !.. ;:>n p. in tI.AI to i,=,W p. ni i j Daytona Office Established 1875ti
..... ........ I I
......v.----.. ................ 1' I'OTOXA.. \. i i
I MrI.I.. It. C. Davenport eaU-rt.iii, -- -- -- --- --
U &- Feb. 29-The Clarendon j hands: to hei head, has been ?o nt'all!iv ; a few of her friends gal '
Deifh 1 I'
M. t (. A. BERNARD
will give their annual ball Saturday; evening i restored t< health by our tonicy cli- j i curds: last Thursday evtiiiag.I .,
F February 22nd.! It will be the j' mate that the takes long walks to and '
I .\ alarm of fire ,
4 I was Stilt out fr<-ii t t 11'' III '( (plthic Physician! I solicit subscriptions and buriofi r
moat brilliant function of the season. 'from the beach, attends to her own schoolhou.
I ; >early Friday meaning tir
; for the Timeo-Union.
and wife, of Ivausville ; wants and household duties with easeand !! to be \.. 4.V: ;* Nt.rth leach 5tr -.... i
Captain Blakely proved more smoke than any I!I.i;: I
f Ind., arrived Wednesday and are comfort, and eery way realizes! j i I else, caused b}' the fall of Ue stur'-'pl., MOTOR A I '- II'MjM, I 12:30 to ;2:30 awl COO: ;j TIMESUNIONBUREAU, k
Smith & Hitch Real Estate Office '
guests of the Clarendon the vigor of returning health. in the primary room. ThoVtln i I' .i ( to 730. ii i iI I ,
I i :it .. 122.l1 Uiuch Since
T p' rueo.
W. L. Sonntag arrived Saturday from I II and R. 1::. Lyle basteu-ed I to the eel II"> tat SATISFACTION ,

t Evansville, Ind., where be was called the first alarm and soon bad the; -- -- ---

on business some ten days ago. Daytona is Beach, Jan. ::iy-.\. J. in ?ha[>e again. Ever.Y PPddkdL/AtRedlized" I i. ;vtoiuPrivate I i !1105Jt"i j i DR. BOMANNON'S( : '
Bearjsley and
beautifyinghis 1
I Judge Taylor and wife left Sunday afternoon Several
parties have recently oalk-ii!
I for Cleveland, Ohio, after ar property on Mitchell avenue by M't-I attention to the quantity vf ibosphiii- ; i tiiul Sanitarium<< ., Private Sanitarium :-

visit of three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. ting fruit trees and fertilizing those: already sac cut wood ''fox fire" A e..d''ar K v rv:.fuel Ittyrfirth*proper treatment. I Ii
or as it f* 'IIIl- The "Automatic"IVrfect nf ui-iltcnl ninl snrsKnl raw* For the treatment of all
set. He has a dozen of .. .-,, rlr.il Hbiir ... trained :
C. D. Langworthy at their or more ;>l> mirws
hospitable times called.
C. : ,
Roy Milk-r exhibiting
was j .
I .h! ; suriiiiiuiiinii" :>OfW,111 attenrlon Medical and Srgical CAM
,..' home on Ocean Boulevard. fruit bearing grape fruit, orange and a very handsome piece, a fool i if r, yr I i. -n. ''.nil/ ,ixtiimii. ... TTIIH on .,.,,11. 2J South Beach Start Phone 74. fil
\ Mr. Key of is kumquat tree, 1 some of which are beginning pow er for all marine work. Made ; i" i N" 1 .ond .vo.f !>a>r"D.
Pier in
Narragansett a length and M\('ral inches t wide, I-M- two I r"t \ K1.1/rg and Ithl'rtl'h:.
:, guest at The Mayfield. I to blossom with I last year's fruit night thi, week. tol' !st>les-!slow speed, heavy duty and yacht engines. I"'. -irlHH, III "burg**. C. C. BOMAN.NON. M. D.

).I The Seabreeze and Ormond profes- still hanging like a golden glow from the -. | \Prices%'rite and Catalog No. to on application.
US-\\C can
beginning Wednesday at Or- limbs. Ormond. money. OSTEOPATH.I > d. P. ESClt" '\. D. I 1.
//mond. Mrs C. .\. Peaty, two children and .
will :
f : play the rutarinterSlhed| Florida Gas Engine & Supply Co.
I I ule, namely, Thursdays and Saturdays maid, arrived from Marietta, Ohio, the I I >r. '1. C I krn1n.j1..I'Jatt' 1 Physician and Sur0eon:
t>rn ond, Jan. ::)--Miss .\ Ix id.
latter ;lJes > .1 TAMPA, FLA.
i at Seabreeze and Wednesdays and Fridays part of last! week, and have lea>ul I returned: mifieiouary from :' under the founder A T. Fifth bou.-se south of M f; Church,':
at Ormond. Dr. J. P. Lfch's cottage on the corner ga\< "'c also I :S'.j; ] Kiikilk', Mo.. located'Cln Vol-i 1 Pe finula Drive ;
'a very interesting talk at the chur i hon carry a full line of stationary engines, ire 4 ; < ; Daytona t>Alh.:
The ocean approach at The Clan'n- of Seabreeze avenue and Valley street. riguting; plants, pumps, pipe, motor boat supplies, etc. ii..tvintK-. one dour east of Halifax i'| Ulficchoun 1'to 2 m. Tele-
Mr. Mrs. Monday evening to an attentiveawlkncf. J"'ITJ'II "ffi(- -. Diiytona, Florida I p.
and M.
: Prather and
don is being re-shelled and in 6 '
put good i I'iionc10.. i phone 207.
/ condition for carriage and auto traveL I[ girl, of Indiana, are occupying/ Mrs. Dr. j l,
Ijghtbody, our excellent dcntiha -i
i' Mr. and Mrs. Deveny of Asbtabula Brigham home on Mitchell street. 4
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Ohio, who have been of The Mrs. Brigham and son, Harry ha\c arrived and is ready for b4iK- ....... ; I )J('. \\'. :\. GOVl! S. II.I GOVE
/ guests Mrs. CliaurKf-y Dvinwy, of XwllifuM.Veruiont I : 11101101 411 11..1........+..01..+..4.11411. :
I I taken rooms in the :Smith Studio building :
Glenwood for week -
f: a past, left yesterday win has a winter born 1 I enlist Architect Builder and
I : afternoon on the return trip. ,. on Seabreeze ateuue for the winter. Winter Park j | TWO BARGAINS \ : :
Mrs. Hitter and is a guest at UKIK.IIK; c. I
daughter Mrs. Collins
They came down with the Colver enurI lJr. Everndtn.Th; .4

I talon. but were not on the wrecked sec and two children, arrived from services at the dedication of the J laPIIO.NK and office, northeast cor-i

t tion. They are appreciative of Sea French lick. Springs, Ind., last week new organ last Sunday: were inttr-i l.t u.rn r M, !>./ f< ''t on li.Ii: 1 "'Hd I b\ :.':of. f- t. ti;"..d f. IK. Large : : ner Ridgewood and Volusia ave. ,1

I breeze as a winter home, as indeed, are aDd Valzah have secured rooms in the Van etlin ;. The choir, with the very a.tanreof iri: ; |"<- \in<-. :a: riumf-r'.f |H'a t II tn.- go".1' ] I .,M r-. A iri..'..l l.-iinr, fur ; S'JLlSSSI !! Phone 89. Daytona Fla;:

ninty-nine percent of those who cometo building winter ''lIiI'' "W' I 3
I some visitors
refKlt-refl .
i our "future great" for short or long Mr. and Mrs. Wm. AsWey: after aWtek's so net| ()u<- live llootit Cottiigcifiw.toiv' h ,iliiinj. )l..t KiO.xl.Vl/ *
J fui
: Iit'a
fine : I
music. The ;
: '
very )
following rolu- 1\:
: sojourns.) stay in the city, will go to Fort tiona.i t..I.1fj l Mulberry "stree-t. A ey: little 1 h.i,. GLH.B ( \r :\. Halifax Music Mouse

Last week in mentioning Kcv. 1latthews' Pierce and other points in Southern adopted by prcse-nte'J a ring'ote by the of pastor the large and j i' : It\( -,- pl.uf.are in Kiugtt, lll-t ii' ill.-.f I II1> t''n/. C i".1} iiU'.ilnl; : ** ': ;; a lady WK> has a thoroughkrmwJeuuo i George Wray "'
Florida. i .
': Sc-luiiil.: ,
arrival from V Church
and 1'1It..ffj
Chattanooga we ; < n< ar hv ; of the German
failed to include his wife and two Mr. and Mrs. Jones and friends rand congregation present: i il I I'all ('n m write J I an.i I Lit fravIed abroad. language For The cheapest place. in the 'Stale to,
sturdy Mrs. Dan Hall[ cf Binghampton, most lJccreand |buy Pianos. Pianos to Rent Tuning :
eons, not to be ignored, all of ; tlifi I inf> rtnaUon address P. O.
: whom are pleasantly located with Mr. have taken rooms in I;. E. Johnson's church hearty and than1.If: the Ormrod Union ]':i : H. T. McCLELLAN t : 20S, Daytona, Ha. Box j ,. Repairing and Polishing by a'

and Mrs. C. B. Poor. The hayentered e stone house.Mrs. congregation are extendsto d' : :1 skilled workman.
the public school. boys Watson W. Curtis arrived from Mr. and Mrs. William .\. l'.arkc-r f'their ar : .Kingston or Daytona, Florida. J
!ItI.e -------
beautiful and -----------
," New appropriate giftf .......... - --------
York 011 --
Miss Babcock a recent arrival from the latter part of l.1.5tH k 0.1.0..10.0010.1..0111101111101101011tt' --------
organ that they have placed in lh< .v1.... ---
I Northeast, Pa., has located at the home and ii pleasantly located in the Hibburd: church in the .eMa..Mfti. ..H.... MH.... ..
rutmory of their soil.May .iNttt..
<>f Mr. and Mrs. Poor. flat.Miss Mattie its sweet tones he a constant re- A RARE BARGAIN Trunks Dress Suit;; : B. : -t
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sanford, of North Ychiugton entertained M II t Cases
minder to every hearer of the w ondrous; .,, a8s.
congenial party of friends :I \ : .
Dakota, are housekeeping in the Mallery : Monday cvevcning. 0 '. |II'l i ./ :
cottage. They are here for Mrs. San- Card and couxcrsation love of the Great Father of uaall.sla.wn! II..r J I I' I'I'I I I U" : ,, : 1\ 1'1 I,I.. : ''IJ" ::,: 'I .>01, "' ,;:1 r We have just received: our new stock of :

ford's health, which had improved beyond marked Refreshments the evening a social S 'IUS. in the. free In gift Lwiialf of his of Son:)the fur church our, silvatkni. ; .; 'I', ::1 tl! I'I: :::; : : :: :' ''I: ..: ,' :, '- i oun.: ';ll..v-::.- 'u-i : t'I.,'k- I! :, T.ks.. l Orf'HS Sit, OIM*. Bags Tclest pe, Trunk SlM1, N nine

all expectation until a few nights were served.Dr. iLOUGL U. I \ ':. J \ I' i "i'l|"| '' i*' :It .\ i .. .' t i I I I! ,,. II I .., j .
WALDUOX, pastor.Adopt'd Tags and
and Mrs. II. C. XaLV Shawl
bhe had prominent
ago the misfortune to get a bad M. F. BLITCH, Holly Hill, Florida Straps. I
fall and a fractured rib. She is now people of Charlotte, N" C., were gwfct- January :25: 1W N..i.a..HMMHtt..Ma.HfJ..MH..e Roe l 11\4' ,-,.lIIlllr'.J: Mir trunk. etc., with I
of the Seaside Inn last weok otner makes and we find uur
under Dr. J. P. enritc to
Mr. and Mrs. Esch's Wells, care.both of horn Southern Florida. Port Orange. ........ ................................. ..........1. j. link the 1-,. *,- ran g. t for the money at which they are :",!d. We guaiur .

I II. A. Aiiisw-orth of Illinois :* R. D. .11.1. privy t., be d!
have been quite miserable with severe one <>f TAYLOR Electrical Contractor : : the lowest in the city for similar
colds, are happily convalescent and will the popular guests at the Seaside i Inn, Putt ( 'rail!;,. Jan. 1 I Mr.- I5iol.ni :. 'i goods. r d dr

soon be around again. brough his Rev car along with him, lta.i li..l u con mete seawall hunt in front.11 :: l II l "h1 -t' \Virinir!: :.1 i :"\ ix--ialty.I : : The /'t

; Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Van Beurchoten which fact is a matter of congratulationto of her risidiic<- on I II lei IH 1 it a\i tall, :ana >l : eck-"end rlc s Company.

substantial cuhirt ... :J: Ifc--il.T .,..1!! ''. ,.! .. -I. All/ : j
l, recent arrivals from West Park-ou-the- his circle of friends who enjoy auto- at thf foot of tl in i i'r ; |I' !1.II..i; : 1'1111',1",/, .', "! ". : N010.011011... ,

Judson, N. Y., are guests at The Glen- inobiling with him. avenue.I* : 1.1' \ ''I. -' i-. 'u.r. i'AI'"V f-I.A. : ; st.000ON... ...... ...........N.....a

wood. They are friends of Dr. and Thomas healing; was iu Jacksoii\illc I.e card party in the hall Tuesd.iy: :. ... ..0... .. .. .Iilil N iliti/iii/ilil.1.1.lilititil.Iit- --
!! .. Iilit .t.
Mrs. Pierson. and Palatka on business the fore part ..f evening was a very pk-oaant oue.Mr. -- -! 00.100'; : tl:
t Mrs. G. L. Johnson has opened a department I the week. 11\is has suH lib winter bon 1* ****** ******** *** ****** ** ********** ****** ****** **.1 I line I (- your }pictures framed at Lcscsnes. .

I supply of dry goods: and no- Miss Ruth Coates: entertained at thc here to Mr. Mur|.hy, \\h,11ati sprat se\ The most /:
home eral reasons here. Cabinet and Repair ('uwjl('h' plant in .
tions in one of the Clarendon department of her parents &abreczca'f"ulIvnda Shop : the city. Large line of mouldlB
ladies of Grace 9. :
r stores. )' evening. Five couples were: Church gave u recepti 4 I
Xow that the present and "time spud I Iii:, i 1I.. i .dlI'"I' i I'h' i 'I, .|I'r( \V- : See II.
beautiful | merry as a marriage Lesesne .
f hotel the
new at
Princess Issena has announced: its liell." A guessing contest: and Wilder and the organist, Mr. Sit'p- :: i.iii'l!' tin- .I' It lir.it.- i "IM/ in: I' M.iu-! ,.., ;111'1 l -li)i it \1/1',, -THE KODAK PLACE" :

I readiness to receive guests, .numerous other mirth producing games were: the pard. There was a large number present :: .pin- fur tir-t-i-la- .\-rK < ''r.iuu''' :iv<-. flit. IV-rk lilkW. ;.1 .

: inquiries are pouring in, and there is order of the evening. Saudwiehe?, hot who enjoyed the evening heartil)'. :: G. HOBBS. HearhStreet( 2 doors North of 3rd Avenue. I.1

: II, every prospect: of a full \house\ by the chocolate, salads: and eakesl'rb served. singing During the evening some fine music and r+flMal... .. +r'M'Ft .:
r time the season is in full swing General The regular Saturday night hop at were enjoyed, after which d>-li-I -- -- ---- 1 == BtitltMMBMttitBtatBtitatat|..
the cats refreshment were berveil.I ., ....................... -
S. W. Fountain, of the United Casino Saturday night drew out a : ; ........................... ,
States goodly number of dancers. fifteen I>ulK ij \\eIlto Ja" < kx>nvill l e ,, :
Army, Mrs. Fountain and their : 1j
daughter Miss couple>> were present.: Tuesday morning and returned Tliur, >- j i Bond Lumber :
Fountain, of Devon, Pa., day. Company'lf : Norman 1
Roland S.
are prominent among the recent arrivals. Keating la expected: from Dayton

The Seabreeze team played the Stetson Ocala :Saturday: afternoon. andiII Mrs. .IulkU.: Sr.. the doctor'mother.. 1: \'\ \cTLKI.KS urkOhtill } 'I

spend Sunday with his had a serious fall in coming down stair.- *,
ti team at DeLand Monday, parents.K
in a score of 17 to 5 in favor of Seabreeze. L. Howard has just" Lad a sweeti'otato i at her home Tuesday evening, but we t HNE AND CYPKES5 LU BER') t
f t!
t digging. The |llItatocj4ere hear she b! getting along nicely. Plans Estimates

Mr. and Mrs. Mulligan and son, HulpL: planted on his vacant lot on the south Joseph; White, a prominent winter i I J ,
side of Sc:1erceze'cnue resident, l>aa Mircboacd a launch which. | Lath, Shingle: Flooring} (
who have spent; a number of winters in some Half Viiiug, IJrick, Lime t !I
our arrived dozen rows in the white sand with but be dais-c' s to have in commik vry ,. Superintendence
city, from Springfield, 1 and (.Y'lm-nt in Stock. ::11. IH.d 10,1' tnII. ..
llass., Sunday and are registered at The little fertilizing. The yield was something soon.Mr. J ... ':all.a> aldl'n". _. A.nll111 il ,
Clarendon.Dr. phenominal in size and quantity, Blackburn a northern utwspmap'man T : \ t I. Bond1101.: 1"'anllcta-m I "t." n ; ., 1111. (.utjjor I-mnlcrYarJ
of who baa been stopping at th- \\ io\a Nlau ',11 '." .r t>! J I.c: : ,: a ', : Magnolia[ AWBW sod
Bennett, of Litchfield, III, and many them measuring; so that one inn ? t' It} j Heal Estate p. E (!. Uahir.y.!

Mr. and Mrs. Denison and two children, potato filled a peck, and some la ger. house, left Thundl}'. | Phone 53 R. J. .,\\ i office, 1.t door south of postoffice. I s'
ALUManager.. fl If. ED- .
Mr. and MM.' ( :
of Cairo, I1L, arrived the forepart of tLe Mrs W. J. Ellis, who bas been visiting .eo. l.uflJt'l'r11 l t ..1101. 0NDSONManager, Daytona, Fla' Phones
week, and are guests at Dixie Lodge. with her mother, Mrs. W. J t'ne- Jacksonville Saturday to spend a w, ik I := 0010044N0414008N .......010N41.Ii14..100N : I and residence.ir at office, yard

: Miss Windrum and father, of Boston, man on Peninsula Drive, left Saturday or two. :'...1.1N/NS1.1101.H1.. .
1 .
0.1 ...
nt' J. I.. Pattillo ... 1--
i. and Mr. afternoon went? to !)I\'l"!i..i
Swan, of New York City, for her home in Macoa. (>:a. ; 11'NlYOU ARE .
J Sunday to attend Conference. CONTEMPLATINGg. > f '
friends of Mr. and Mrs. I -
Joseph Rogers, Dr. Springer and family, who have iiiiiliiiiiiiliiiiiii.iiiiiiit
f'. are guests at the Colonnades. been occupying part of W. II. l 1n.ond.ron's Mr. F: went to DeLand Saturday to : !I'u! : .",?' ,. ( ;iaivaiii/vJ! Ir.-u Taiik. a new Tin :: rriiiiiiiitiinitYli itVitYriirornarriioitrlsl'
Miss Eleanor McConnell arrived Monday join Mis. Fair, who was with her !Barents' a lint Air Furw r. ":
house, Ridge wood avenue, Daytona near that city. Her father, U.: M.i-h 1 : ur all)' -.f the ctter metal I Miller
from Briar me-cssitiesrruirtdt j
X. Y., have moved to the beach and are ? e.uipKt) <- a |I. =Strohm
: who i.M
where she has been taken Las been ill for ,nvtii.c.. d.c d j =- Co.
a collegiate dwelling,
I! now occupying Dr. Owen's CUtt gc. Sunday remember that : i
course, and will spend the remainder of caornics and the tur.'ra.: -tr- .
The Tourists': Friday afternoon Club vices held =-
of the season with her mother. wen Monday. He \\aum' : ,- Successors to

Mrs. Matthews, of Atlanta, arrived breeze met at Mrs.avenue.Harroun's An iatareiticg Lome ou Sea-im- of wife the pioneers of this county. Hi.-i : C. NASH a i PECK & .
one daughter, Mrs. Fair, 4<.\tr..l l a FOSTER.
latter part of lost week and will I
promptu program consisting cf music, cans and :
grandchildren survive :ham Ij-- DAYTONA
I :
j FUA.VJusi :!
spend some time here. She has taken reading and recitations -
was much en- Our school was closed Monday cu ?.
rooms with Mrs. Kate Hancy on Pice- joyed. Each is i account ; st
person requested to of the fu&eraLMr. 1'rejure'1 ua i'h Groceries
wood t'reanl"} '" t r..l"; ::
avenue. bring some interesting bit cf Uifonua and Mrs. B. Dorraat glad tLur! : "" aTHeat lair pnct-- :: :
Mrs. James DeFore, who came here a tion with regard to a nathe teacral; repiasi ap un Grain
person of daughter arrived SAturday from l> .lt iulait ; I : :,
I' orrancetoc : t.! iLc fancy
few weeks ago hardly able to walk a her State, at the next iii Arm ry. .
meeting. \ I'o. ::
as usual are gm ..- c:u >. ,
abort distance, and not able: to lift 1 her Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Backs: :arrived the Port Orange ll tae. : >ut of town work sf.li .. I :-: and Food
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..........NNlllai/ }If you donH beltevt we can lave"loa R::E. Ofda:manufacturer or'the Reo %Dr. fluliey wm Lecture jA j o .. "" ;. '--- -fj

pLocal money on Souvenir Spoons come and automobile is spending a few weeks f..:;..OOC' .. /? .
Paragraphs. rich literary treat LJ in store for "
ook'over our large stock and get our with his parenta at Seabreeze. 0
itt the residents and visitors in Daytona on fj
prices. All goods engraved free.
.t.Nl.Nt.t.NNNNt.: fMeet me at Curtis' !and try a Jack Monday night Feb. 3rd. Rev. Dr. The Bathroom as an Investment. aNinS'
Geo.. H. Clark, Jeweler
t New things in buckles, stick pins, Frost. It's O. K. Lincoln Hulley president" of John B. j 1JURra!

The ten-year old child of Wm. Robinson Stetson University at DeLand, will deliver Hive considered that the
hat pins and neck wear, just in. Right A meeting of the Florida East Coast you ever money spenton \
colored, died at Waycross last his famous lecture and the r iy
up to the minute In style. Prices always Automobile Association will be held at a modern bathroom is a wise investment? a
Sunday.W. the Club Home Folks..' President Hulley is one
right. House Monday
evening at of the most popular lecturers on the The subject is too long to be discussed in this space but you have no
L H. ROWE & CO. The Jewelers G. Hobbs was in DeLand this 7:30 p. m.jDon't r

week instituting a Tribe of the Red American platform today, and we con ? doubt gcroncluson.iten the matter more or less thought and have arrived at a /
Attorney Geo. M. Bobbins, of T tus- Men in that city. fail to see the new summer sider ourselves fortunate to have this .

Tills, was in Daytona Tuesday. goods anything from 10 cents a yard up opportunity to hear him. The lecture S'

Souvenir Hates at Clark's. White Rock Water in any quantity at the Chas. E. Gardiner Co's. will be given in the First Baptist Church We would like to express our views on the subject and on that

lankins. The Druggist.S. Elder Frank Longden will preach at on North Palmetto avenue at 8.00; p in .
Yip Mildred Watson, of Ormond, --- -- --- account cordially invite 4i
G. Keys, a prominent merchant of the Christian Church, Palmetto avenue, Sales
visited Daytona friends Tuesday. Agents for
I call if in-
Ralston, Pa., is the guest of his cousin, tomorrow morning at 11:00: o'clock. In you to on us

Hot Sodas of all kinds at Young's Jerome D Maley. Come and hear him. ,; terested. You no doubt
PharmacyA A -
The appointment of J. M. Jolley as ;M. Ella DeVoy & Co., Ladies Hat want a modern bathroom

daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. postmaster at Daytona was confirmedy ters, will open their parlors at the (,Iar- but questionmay r

Otto A. Spires on South Palmetto' the Senate last week. endon Hotel early in February. Dateof y your
avenue Monday. Spring Opening will lie announced I be how to get
.tMeet me at Curtis' and try a Jack THE INDIANSKNEW
J. L. Pattillo of the next week. it. That is the
one enterprising Frost. It's O. K. Fine Candies v
merchants of Port Orange, was transacting Cigars Full assortment of full .. HANKINS, The Druggist. :
we cant
Mrs. Edith Shoemaker sold to Thus. 'Th t\\
They knew what foot comfort was. If
business in --- ,
Tuesday. Havana. Hank ins The h
1. Keating two ocean beach lots\ Druggist.The I 'J 1 answer. you've never worn the soft, comfortable I

;A new line of ginghams, percales and through the Butler agency. Four Pickerts, with new plays, "Query. '- .5 Indian slippers then we want you to j

madras at the Chas. E. Gardiner Co's. songs and specialties, will be at the Sea- From Halifax Journal) I II .,. We employ competent take a pair home and enjoy yourself. .
Judge McCrory, of DeLaud, was in I -- Hiawatha Slippers are exact reproductions -
The Colonial Opera Company, who Daytona[ Tuesday and Wednesday col- breeze Opera House for three nights, Some of our citizens and members lIf'' t --km. ; skilled) mechanicsand of genuine Indian styles, artistically .

were to have been here this week, letting occupational licenses. .commencing Feb. 10th. Popular prices, the Business Men's League would like t use the very best decorated with bead work pyrograph- i
.25.35 and 50 cents. to have the editor of the Gazette-News designs and silk embroidery.At .
the date to later in
changed season. *Bakery goods strictly homemade inform the public when the Business material t obtainable. such prices as we offer them you

widow de- elf your gasolene stole don't workright Men's League met and nominated candidates cannot afford to pass them by. They're
J occupying a Mac's Cafe. tf
cottage fresh day at
sires another share with every drop a card to W. (>. Hobbs, Box for our coming city election.: The highest grade plumbing; fixtures made bear the "Statue!' unequalled for service and comfort; a f
lady same II Was at the in the Hall\ look at them will it.
it prove
meeting City
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Preston in
were 82, he will send a man to fix: it. of J" Ware
her. Inquire S. Heymann, 25 Orange. Daytona Wednesday. Mr. Preston la on the afternoon of Wednesday, the Green anJGolJ" l.lhd.'e have; sample <$tana We'll be glad to show them if you'll

H. T. McClellan spent last week from a well known commercial traveler. The County Commissioners and 9th members, when of the the editor Business, with Men's three League other in our shoe room and can demonstrate! its superiority. call.WALLACE'S
County School Board will hold their ,
Tuesday until Saturday, in attendanceat Mrs. J. M. Jolley returned from Jacksonville regular monthly sessions at Utl-and and one gentleman in the audience, met If you will] call, write or phone use will give you a copy of
and nominated the ticket
the Baptist State Convention at as publishedin Gun and
Plant City. lie reports that busy little Wednesday accompanied{ byher next Monday. Commissioners Potter the Gazette-News: of the IHhT Doi I our booJ..ktloJem: Home Plumbing" whkh contains much of I P. B. DOBBINS, Locksmith.
niece Miss Mary Jolley Cobean. four members constitute a to
and Crouch will attend their respective quorum
city as flourishing. trance business for the Business Men's interest to everyone interested in this important subject. General repairing, key Fitting saw fil-
Turkey dinner every Sunday and bodiea. League? CIIIZEN II 1A i J ing. Trunks, valises, umbrellas aid
[Meet me at Curtis' and try a Jack and recovered. Lawn
parasols repaired
Thursday at The Howard tf fLost-Ulack lid gauntlet glove.Leave And a member. of the League.For JOE OSBORNEFIRE
Frost. It's O. K. mowers repaired andiharpened, Badges,
Mrs. T. Grotjan Ronald returned tll at Mr?. G. F. Brown's, 2.">0 North the information of this pitiably I' Checks and tags. Rubber stamps and

Itev. J. U. Hawk of Melbourne, was Itidgewood. Reward. ignorant iIlJi'idualhoenr he maybe official seals. 228 South Beach Street, .
her home at Cocoa Tuesday after a
calling on Daytona friends Tuesday. -Mr. the editor of the Gazette-News, asecretary : =--- Daytona Flo.
Peasant visit with Mrs. Howard Y.Stillmun. bu.i.ness ..
C. Eaton
Edward a prominent -
Hawk was formerly pastor of the M. E of the Business Men's", League.1 I -- -- -- -- "MASONIC
from Newark N. J. was aguest
Church of this city and numbers his man begs to state that the Business Men's I:..................................NNr..INNN.NNI HALIFAX LUDQE. No. 81. F. 4! A. M -
of Schmidt's Hotel Thursday and
friends by the hundreds! L. G. Lymau. the North lEidgewood ticket was nominated by the meetingheld I .I M.-elll5'and 3rd Thursday

avenue merchant, visited Jacksonville Friday. Mr. Eaton is a prominent politician at the City Hall on the 9th in I HALIFAX CHAPTER, NO. i, R A. !...-

Go to Young's Pharmacy for minei- last week and investigated the mysteriesof as well and holds many responsible The meeting was duly called by t.1 I Meets and Thursday.
al water of all kinds. I
the Mystic Shrine. {K>sitions.Dr. president, Col. C. M. Bingham for ; I INSURANCE )l.et.4th Thursday.
Mrs.. M. P. Laughrey and Miss Cora B. .
Addison O'Neill, Osteopath. of nominating ticket and the
Three launches for sale. Inquire of purpose a : Meets nd! and lib Tuesdays.

Laughrey, who have been the guests of W. A. Barker,. Ormond. tf Second season in Daytona. Office 220 call published: in the Halifax Journal. I' I i All meet In Masonic Hall, Orange ....u..

Mr. and Mrs F. J. Niver, left last Sat- Volusia avenue near railroad station. A quorum was present at the meeting ; I -

urday for Miami from which place they Prospective candidates for municipal Treatments given at residences or hotelsif and four does not constitute a quorum ;i THE II

will go to Cuba for a few weeks. offices should get busy. Petitions toha.e desired. tf of the League. As before stated the call Bamboo
the official ballot .
names placed on
-First class upholstering done at was published in the Journal; the report .1
[Fur Sale-An elegant high grade $60
roust be filed with the city clerk today. I i
Hobbs Orange Avenue eptrunce to Petk of the meeting was published in the f STRONGEST
Man's Racycle. Will take $.15 for it if j ,
Block. Messrs. Asa Paine and D. A. Blodgett sold within two weeks. Address I' O. Gazctte-Xews-then what particularreason I I

I chartered the yachts Alma May and Josephine Box 220.The has this person for asking the I: FurnitureIs
The Park Dramatic have been
Friday of last week and took a questions that he docs? Does he know
to good houses in their big tent opposite : new Uncle :Sam will make her i i AND il
party of thirty-five guests to the Inlet. that no matter what body nominates a
the Florida East Coast depot the first trip to the Tomoka river today, candidate that it is to presenta :1
necessary I i
past week. For a two weeks run the New shipment of Schraft's candy atYounC's leaving Gtlle's dock at 9 a. m. :She will
: petition to the city clerk signed by nice and attractivefor
I ItH'ntIi'e BEST
company have done a very satisfactory Pharmacy.Mr. also make a trip to Ponce Park and the qualified electors in order I ji jii

business.A and Mis.. B. A. Armstrong, of Light House tomorrow afteruoou leaving to have the name placed oa the official I

new line of table linen, napkins New London' Conn., are visiting in the her dock at :2 p. in. ballot* The "Query" might lead some I COMPANIESREPRESENTED.\ i iI any part of thj

bed spreads and towels at the Char. E. city. Mr. Armstrong is mayor of New elf you want the best oranges for to believe that the author was some disgruntled I i

Gardiner Co's. London and has a number of property home consumption or to ship call at sorehead who failed to receivea I house. New stockBingham&Maleyfo r

interests in Oaylona. Point Grove New Smyrna road rates coveted nomination. I II
The Four Pickers will be at the Sea .

breeze Opera House Feb. 10th, 11th Just received 50 boxes of extra fancy are reasonable and shipped| { express haul '
( "stalized Fruits.
and 12th, under management &l Mana- oranges. T. F. Curtis & Son. or otherw Lse. Ferd Nordman J Bishop's 'ry Rankin The DruggistOrmondDaytona i I ?

ger Osborn. The. Pickerts have always Col. C. M. Bingham and Harry C. The members of the present board of
-- ---
been popular and will no doubt be Thompbon visited Jacksonville Friday school trustees have each announced Beach Races. CONRAD REAL ESTATE CON .MJI

greeted by crowded houses. I and Saturday of last week. During the that they will not be candidates for reelection FURNITURE: UNDERTAKING

Overcoat the night of Jan. : visit the latter was initiated into the and the friends of Messrs. C. M. The Contest Committee of the A. C.

23.fLost extra-long gray, coat on between City mysteries of the Nobles of the Mystic Rogers!, J. I. Lynch and Rev. 11. B. A.. announces that, owing to the fact ...r N .O ..N i.M....... ,N N.. ;:::==_'- M tt"- t NI

..brine. Gibbons, hate circulated petitions requesting that; the Trustees of the Dewar Trophywill
leave I H.
Hotel and depot. Finder at Foye'sUnry I Neville darkOPTICIAN.
I them to become candidates for nut consent to the qualifying conditions -
and receive reward. White Rock water in any quantity. :: I '1
positions on the board. I laid down by the committee: (that _. .

Manager Osborn announces the great lankins[ the, druggist. I cars to be eligible to compete for said I
i H
tFruit the Pt uin- ul.i is superior .
Donnelly & Hatfield minstrels for Friday Wilmon Whilldin died at his home at grown on > > trophy} should COMr 100 miles at an'average i teal lmY.nrrr.ztu lMa t:

evening, Feb. 14th,at the Seabreeze West Palm Beach Saturday of heart to any other grow in I'luridat I speed of 60 miles per hour) this:: j jI 1 r n ;
Call at our and let us prove it to
Opera House. This is one of the best trouble, following a severe attack of the grove race ha turn stricken from the program.

minstrel companies on the road and grip. Mr. Whilldin was well known in you. One mile north of E.:hotel W. Ainsdui.Ormond. It is more that probable, however, I 'rIfE "set"of the clothes either :..:.. .. .

never fails to draw packed houses here. this'icinity., having at one time residedat I that, a one-mile competitive: race fur atrophy :: :0ii
.I. makes or mars a nun' personal -
and Daytona Beach. The building occupied l>y Elnwr will substituted in its placeThe I II '
road between Daytona
ttLost-On -
Oliver as a garage has been moved to conditions for the Invitation :! appearance/ { Eyes Examined Free. ;
white U
Ormond,lady's long black coat, *For first-class work-Dayton" Steam
to the lot on the opposite side of Orange I Hate for gentlemen amateur drivers i
liqed. Finder return to .Schmidt's Laundry, phone 8. tf When you employ a tailor in -c t
Villa and receive reward. avenue owned by C. O. Lningston. I rave been: amended so that any gentleman j I i. At Clark' Jewelry Store. .

Miss S. Powell, of Corry Pa., has accepted This is the building that the building invited to drive in this event i is not whom you have confidence you

Tie new steamer Uncle Sam, will run in the sales depart KTinit for I *" .. :h::===--=u-tet-
a position committee refused to grant a ( obliged to own the car but can borrowor put the matter a rtaht fittm up .;,

to Palm Beach about Tuesday, Feb 4th, ment of the M. Ella DeVoy Co., millin- its removal Mr. Oliver brought mandamus secure a car or ehasMs, provided I le to him and he takes the responsi L. Z. BURDICKContractor I

depending on bookings. The round ery establishment. Miss de Condc Johnson proceedings against the committee drives it himself. II bility.

trip rate has been placed at 500. of Buffalo, has also accepted a prosLion and the Circuit Court handed The 1 committee has Mcure..1 l a freight

Stops will be made at Rockledge and in the lining department. 'down a decision Friday of last uitk rate for :.utoinol>ilcs of $1.J7 per| Hun- i When you give us your order you F y 4 )jBuilder.Plans .

Palm Beach, the entire trip con- Butter and Purity I granting the prayer of the petition, and dred pounds in carload Iota by the |
Mansfield's Creamery : .
suming seven days. in pound bricks atDirchwood's. compelling the committee to sign thepermit Ocean Steamship, Company to Savannah i i are putting your case in the hands and Estimates Cheer-
Butterine one
tf i as requested.For and thence by rail to I ayt"IIOl. of our city tailors Ed. V. Price t,
of I
Mr. and Mrs. Willis\ ,
: '1 he Christie front drive I'M: h. p. : Company and that is all the guarantee fully Furnished,
Fort Plain. N. Y.; Mrs. Ida L. Borden interest that is manifest Sale-As I am now traveling and
About the only I has been entered byV.. Gould\
racer : need to insure
a perfect
Mr. and Mrs. James Houston, W. C. election wish to locate nearer the center of my I -
in the approaching municipal
Brokau and will compete: in the long Building Cottages
Woodworth, of Victor, N. Y. and Mr. is: over the office of mayor.v Thereare territory, I offer at a low figure j all or distancerace, the lOa) Mile Minneapolis fit over your form. a

and Mrs. F. D. Spring,of this city,drove four candidates for this office; any part e>f my pfllJ'f'l ty comprising 2 'I
and all of the short '
Trophy ru<:c rw es.
over to DeLand Tuesday in two auto- Galen B. Seaman, E. W. Greene, F. W. duellings, I store, 1 corner lot on Bay \\'\\ilhthiscarwilllic-> lompitition j For I reasonable price we will Specialty.

mobiles. They report a very pleasanttrip. and Geo. II. Matthews. and Beaeh streets: suitable for bu->incss. have them make your suit over
Pope the Fiat Cyclone, a s,|>c<'ially built racing
hotel or opera| house and it nine acretarot j your measure and we will guarantee H}< AllHEEZE, FLA.
Gulf Refining Co phone 70, lcruI ; see any real estate nun or J. E: carplu.til'ally: uttered fur the s.irnvevtnts. I

Rev. Addyman Smith, uf St. Petersburg I scne. gasolene, cylinder and machineryoils. I I Hush, owner. tf :I style, absolute fit, shape that 0. S. BURNETT

formerly .( Daytona Beach, was Office and warehouse at Daytona I Arrangements; are being made fort holds and iron-like wear. ,

elected secretary of the St. Johrs I Novelty Works E. Dillmghaiu. Agent. >|>tti.,1 cars to trinjK.it| dub numbers J .
For Sale-Four high gradeladies'
1 River Conference of the M. E. Church I II J from New York to Hajtona. i! It's t treat Just to look at our new Tailor.Orders .
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Clcgg and Mr. I Columbia chainless LRyclts. These- I I
which: held its sessions in St. Augustine I Ktnworthy -- fall woolens u well as a pleasure _.-
Mrs. M. J. mood l
; Clegg's sister tthccHarcof a preuoujcar'
D. H. Rutter, of *ror !Hi'nt-Two-room flats fur li -l.t ; Taken for Royal Tailoring
the past came down from their summer home at i and are oil*rexl at less than the wholesale to show them to you.l w.Q.x $ t
this was elected assistant treas I houst keeping, ito $12 I: per month; single j Cleaning, Pressing, Altering and
mountainsand '
Catskills I
Sunset Park in the price of 1UOS models. There are iu call today? I
rooms Zulu |icr day,; i-pt'iial rate fur i I "- cirie 8"ma-"' for Ladies and Gen
urer. Peters house, Repairing
the of
are occupying i more to be had at the price. Inquire
season. The Riverside, 4KI: North i ANTHONY BRO nrxc I
Mrs. W. Maxwell Hankins and baby which was purchased by Mr. (!egg: lost i Graham Thompson, 222 Beaeh street, Bench street, Daytona, Via. If' -- --- tlemen. We call for and

Myra Maxine, returned home Wednes- year. !opposite yacht eluli. .-......-.......................................... .... deliver all goods.

day from Bartow, where they been visiting *No charge for preliminary plans and I --- --- VOLUSIA COUNTY BANK !! : HALIFAX Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.

for several weeks. During their of work at actual Two Flourishing Institutions.At Photo Xo. 32.
estimates; supervision i DELAND, FLORIDA
absence Myra Maxine was seriously ill, cost. Norman S. Dayton, Daytona. If I the annual meeting of the sto k- i Ain : LIVERY AND

but is now improved much to the and delight BilU mailed to all delin- holders of the Yoluaia County Bank and ll\lERCHANTS'\ BANK JAMKS: kIN, Manager. :
of Mr. are being
of the many friends I subscribers to the Gazette-News. I the Merchant's Bank held in IX Land (lIIU CII VULt'SU CO. B\NK .II I 'aiil.il.- *. !xtiu.xPhaeton-. Top KU..KI- :
Mrs. Hankins. I of the Thursday the following ufficf'r.sere DAYTONAFLORIDA. ; : and I Kul l.. :: Tin' llunnl.oulbu -, .I ,
Under the recent ruling post- I rts
Messrs. Geo. H. Ludwig, D. D. Rogers i office department all subscriptions must i' re-elected for the ensuing year Condensed Statement at the Close: of'j!. >.. in- d all trainlia,! arf-- Haul-d .. ; ,
marmot.-I'amutMhnpistoan'ton. :
| J .
President. Business JanuafI, I'M1 m.ltESOt'R'Es
and R. S. Maley, the present board of : be paid in advance,and we trust that the A. D. McBride i : 'flM.llli ..

school trustees, announce that they will few delinquents on our list will promptly 1 J. B. Conrad, Vice-Presidcnt. Loans and MM.-OUQII: .... tm.1 l.>;i I .1 j .................................................... .. ti 'si
three S. A. Wood, Cashier Yolusia County
for'reelection.. All .
not stand respond. 'I I Stocks and Uoiiili 11..11.'" m
gentlemen have been renominated but Dank. Ot..rdraft"4, 'i

if they eontinue of the same mind it Piano Tuning-Adolph M. Jaehdc F. N. Conrad. Cashier Merchant's UaaLlug House and Klxlurr:

the-ames of will be in Daytona tuning pianos during Bank. VoluiU Co. B to
will be necessary have! Merchants' Uank li'V.'s.
other candidates on the official ballot. January. Orders may be left at the The two banks are in a flourishing Real Estate! ;,IUUJ>uCollecttouAccount Norman S. DaytonREAL An I Iron that irons._ A luxury to

i Stillman or at Gazette-News office tf condition, as the statement in another .... :J1ti! women.

Still the good work of laying cement column will show. Cash on band and In Ranks----- :!mma roe i3

walks goes merrily on. Walks are Fred S. Yale, accompanied by hit I I Total l :15.-.UU1 Sates 30 per cent of time and 75

of the lot father M. H. Yale, drove to Orlando I per cent of fuel.
being laid on both fronts I ESTATE.Care
returning An intimate knowledge of the build- \BILITIES .
Bay Monday in his Ford lunabout,
avenue and Ask << neighbor or
corner Ridgtwood They made the run to Or- :ling interests of this locality will cave Capital Stock i Paul tom i I SUalkmu yonr:
street and on several lots on both sidesof Wednesday. time I you many annoyances, and perhaps extra Surplus amirndlvldea 1'roUti +;.w..:j I.i W. H. EDMONDSON.THE .
actual running
Ridgewood. There is probably no lando in four hours costs. Let us advise with you. It Deposits t1t'JQ."ti> i yf property. lotl..or: south of postofike.: W. H. ED- 1-
Daytona -
city in Florida that bas laid as much and report Orlando that the roads in between fairly good | costs you nothing. Norman S. Dayton, MUUendst' : :wu' > MOXD>OX. Maiuser. Daytona, :Fla. Plus, Estimates and 1I 1I I I '
and are .
.- '
cement walk as Daytona the past year. condition. 1 Daytona. tf Total $:1- 17.11 Superintendence. Lumber yard Magnolia Avenue and) / FINESTBATHS ,

Dr. and Mrs. David Riesman, of Phil- ........... I F. E: C. Hailnav.: !I'lijua'' Im"t" aid) and rvstdtmeDaytona -
their honeymoon *\Ve will secure for you bottom prices ............1.....1....................... -
adelphia, are spending
at The Bennett. Other late arrivals are on lumber and other building materials.No i iI ON EARTH \
I receives grafts on your purchase j 1908 ELMORE CARS | I
! fro and Mrs. H. C. Dilworth, East one tf : FOR h.ELILY\ AND WOMEN 23ol,
S. Dayton, Daytona. ;
J. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Wilkinson Norman .
Orange, N. ; 0 ".
New York; Dr. J. P.. Mrs..W.A. George A. Wadsworth, of Peekskill, t in stock for immediate delivery. Also all sizes tf I I' 1' WATER

and Miss Genevieve Johnson, Boston, of last weekat Ice Company 4I 1
New York, died Saturday TIRES. \: : ,, The Best water fir Toll Us.
Peter J. and Miss Morrison, The Myrtle, aged 35 years. The

For Rent-Seaside cottages com body Maley was Company prepared and by shipped the Bingham to Peeks&. t: Several Good Second Hand Cars. Prices Low. .Jt I :/ PURE ICE I: ELECTRIC PLANT.i LIGHT j

pletely furnished, from 2 to 14 rooms, t /
Wadsworth was at GARAGE, Water. i
latter suitable for boarding house. toiletS kill Monday. Mrs. D ORMOND= BEACH Made from Distilled
Maryland, at the time of A LEONT FLORIDA. .itl and V luMa aumie. 4I
Inquire at Cumberland. D. ORMOND. .1 Faotorv <"<-racr Hailr: '

Cherokee, some cottage electric, opposite lighted. windmill onboard her husband's death, but whet the bodyat .ft41tL .t............ -.-....,.........................6 . v :+ 16"

tf :
walk:, Seabreeze.

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ne IDa _
t I !TWa OA 7toa FEW PERSO ''}

Lo9r. High. rn iEctX.DE: VOYLADIES' !

Yw W the BEST flRAiEIR4PS k .
12:15 6:15 WILL YOrE.It i

2 ._ .1.30 7:09 HAT'EBRS.

3:10 3' It II i :: Correct in Sty. Ies. Personal attention. :

: \4HfIEI) AP i4 s.0It the Law is Followed Only Those 1 I No 6 South Death fitrwt,Da ytuna.NNNHNNNH : i !+

[ + / 4.4.1 10:30 WhO I Paid Poll Tax: by Jan. 11 i :.... ........... ..NNN .

1 stn. 't fti/ Q4Hlfott'AOrRa4 >x xrf'aAr. t rcai :r A.4LK11'fi t 1: E_ n n 4r o Feb i_ -_-.-- :31 1120 Will Cast Ballots. li.
1 f tt Y AfK Ittfr/7t:0 t1r1 /;;
'salt + /t AGQr qe t fl 1t1(
b 11tc'8 a, a ett ro K stttlt Feb _........ ._.. : 12:1: J "" l'n'f! """""
; 1"1
tf {rt f a 14 ram + r t s a c i tt +le ?rift r Ra A to the opinion of a number j '
t ; p According
: i a a rA s o 11 .- >c a rYR a b tt R rt n R R : Feb 9---- -pp 1Ir ( i v i
' t a s s tat r -, tz 9 M e t : t + rl e r a 0 : of
i-... R A +I4 1 t IC R i r + n t' .a f c s QII! I' It o Feb 10,_ ,. -- .. g:10i : 2'I 0 of lawyers only those male residents j ; '"
( a Y 4 t ., tt a / j w) t;. i fr ig their tax by the '
!, i 11Lr r7K / k 11,4 k a .t c Y r eI J c K n s'd Feb II -.- 9:13: 3:1: 0 Daytona who paid poll 4
V a o -t i .r L f : 111 4tlc at' j
I r to vote Mateo
iil t aK 'r 4 i r o t c e s e t t S "t R Feb 1 4:1 0 11th of January are qualified I San Cig;
.111 .are r. o a r.sM11.n1 f Aa a lac
.all fir I c r 4; tt Feb 13 ... ..........- ......1100 ;::0Y 1 the ensuing municipal election. The

j Ij E i; w aft a /tf i f t ...ri>qo-< .t.o tit nlctl.: *: Icto toY a ..tic i s ,'4iL r i aar 7 r Feb 14 .. .... ....._1I:43: 5:4:,5 General Statutes of Florida provide that I j I ; i

G'F _. f 'Iti 1 o + "1 15... .. ._.......... _11s. 6..$ all persons to vote, must pay poll tax bythe Li I
ten 1r r a .F' 1 L.b1I1: S M1; 1 R r+ I Q
::1- t r r n R r t,, r 0 i,:t ,t. r 4! t i. 1 1:00: 70. second Saturday in the month preceding [ Have Made.
t Gs r, .c ac : 1 r Ir K t a b Fw f l a iM t election!
. K FRb li.,..... ... the month in which any
t eft e 6 .at into. r n 16rrn>sNi :sa f' ,;!'g (, iJaii Rs. : 't Feb 19 ..L: 2 9 &1 0 is held. The city charter provides that
k .
a + ll 7 *r ( 0 us srt4 1A
': t _o u ;,1t, t* >al rt= v is rc R r 4 w a e+ r ,'i r f ti n'a I; Feb 19 ........... poll tax: shall be paid as provided by I

r'B 4i R a t t -rl rat L Feb 20............. .. 00 law.a I A Reputation
-- t to tK r D t. a aR > '
> t fIK K a a v t r st rs c : Feb 21 ..............._........ 3s.., 10:0: If the above is true all the election B'
( .b.. < a X r I = 1 r -.t s rA d < s j' rat eta s p held in the city for many years 1m: l I {
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I / : 4 t t Ol + a r C A tt r r t i i c ric o : I
r o t3 !a I 1 i t R t q 1l, RRMaKQk a a s, + c >, t salt a, Kt t Feb 23....... .... .... .._._ ; 5 11 a been illegal. ._ I j! ,

." t fii. '; I' = 41t IMf 7 a' 11 1:: att a !o t .t. b of ......... ... .. 6:0., 1.:0e : 3 Their Own.
3 tt'' K / w # flit tiA : i i
i., .. +it' i 1; o a t 41 R 1ftRt r< et t k Ic w t Feb 2J. ........ ... ........ 7 Or 1:0t Will Purchase Fire Bill. j 1
: r t a 'I r r' r t rlt la.f t t rite ...
,; : Mt G t t:4 M ; t r p ,}!*'t aia q G r ,.s i t/ fi 9K: Tr..r R Feb 2i>_..... ..... ... .. 8"0 2.19 Ivy Lane and Myrtle avenue were ac !'

; L R s z R--- 1011Z tt0a d t'1r.. .rrr Feb 27 .......... ,... _... ... 9'y 3.30 cepted as city streets at the meeting of {
The success of the San 1 lateo Cigar is one
Feb 2S 10 32 4.40

i :<- ClK Best ana most Economical to Use I Fob 29: : : ::::: 1130 .3.33 the The council pending Monday ordinance night. taking the I the greatest industrial triumphs} of the EastCoa '

salary on the mayor's office was layover J ,
{ and afternoon tides are approximately j
1-+ ? .t LOOK FOR THE LABEL-THE JAPAhESE GIRL IN o t* at the same hour. Automobiles until the next meeting. since the freeze.

The roof of the City Hall! ,leafs when-j -
1 can be driven on the beach two
FOR SALE BY 1 hours after high tide and within two ever, it rains and :Mayor\ Greene: was i I i'' Made: from the choicest growths of tobacco that the perua1sula

hours of high tide. authorized to have it repaired.The of Florida and the Island of Cub *can produce and wr' "''

: R. S. MALEY\ Daytona, 0. A. DREKA & CO., DeLand, Aldermen fire bell Jibb committee, Bingham consisting and Howe of red with the rich, silky leaf grown on East Coast plantati ". I

. was empowed to purchase fire bell and the cigar i industry of the world has never produced better goad -
What is
r IRELAND[ l & McCALL 1 \ NeSmyrna.I Lily Water? Call Tat erect it on a toner near the City Hall.
the electric Other minor business transacted '
light plant. was For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by thelJnk
after which the council adjournwl. : ._
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i .*******AAAAAAA************.*****.....***********... ************** ---- -- -- -- I Ir.
I ************ *************************** Administrator's =\otke.In i
Fronting on the / Eletre Light; and I : Twenty sizes, styles and grades to select fro i
Court \ olu. Ha. ,
.. i County a County J
:: Halifax Kiver. Jio.lernlnrprovemrht : THE I ,
HOWARD. By the County Judge of said County: ,
41 *
i; \\ hereiu, John B. Parkinson applied I fall SALE BY ALL DEALERS.Manufactured ,
<< to this Court for Letters of .ldminstr a-!i ,.
J Vll Modern Improvements. New Dining Ifoom Added J tion on the Estate of William II. Furr' By

ti SCHMIDT'S HOTEL J Cuisine Unexcelled : deceased late of said County ol olusia. -
J These therefore to cite and admonish SAN 7IATtO--''
4t The Howard are, S. W. ROWLEY.
:: Formerly .-<4'hmi centrally located, a few rods from the Halifax River, on V Iusia Creditors of the deceased! to l he and appear i
:: HfcNRY SCHMIDT & SON: Proprietors, : avenue, the main thoroughfare from the depot; five minute* walk J before this Court, on or before the (I

<< DAYTONA: FLORIDA.Fine J to Postoffice, stores, etc. Is first<1a. and i 11.1 li.i \1luJ lILJ.FLORIDA
: : file objections, if any they lu\t>, to the>
<< granting letters as aforesaid, otherwisethe --- -- -
t :: .. *x Prices Special liaise by the Month or Benson : same will be granted as pr.ijcd.Wituos ,
:: I 4r nt. my name as County Judge of
Home Table IVlightful; J JOHN HOWARD i the County aforesaid, this ll'h day of '
G 4t Reasonable Rates Kuniij Rooms k Proprietor.
January 190s 31-4

N tfN"NNN "- ftfxtl....N..+ t aYrxasaxaxxxx+lxxxzxxxat I.I.I.***#******* ***x*******.*. *.**.*********.***.******** I J. LEI:County:M.CRORY Judge. No. 99 No 33 No. STATIONS.NO.78; .'74'Je.-

-. Daily I Daily I 291
************************** ************************** I :4ttfrt 4Hf+++4t+ffftt ************************** .Major's Proclamation Daily' Dally
t' modatesFift ,. : : Of Annual Municipal Lkction. 8W 910 pm pa: m:; ::: 820 700 :: :Lv..Jack.onvine?::::::::. AngosUne..Lv...........Ax 620 990 pm pm: :: : lli 911
} i ]013 11M I 8:18am: 1Lv..._.... .
i "THE PINES"cc HOUSE. i! } THE BENNETT I, E.11'. (.rune, Mayor of the City oflUlon.i lIS2pm pm 125 pm am .... ......;:Ar....._...}.East 3otel l'a..tkL..Ly Ormond..Lr _i13pm.... UPIa 406PIa .11.
Conv.ni.nc... : 1 l-'Ia.. du hen l"y call the regu-1 I 1202.m 1J.: pm U05am _..._ __ 1:22pm: 166p.
I y tit annual (.IN.t tion t.> be held at the 111. am 145 I'm U17 am Ly........._..DayWns.L 107 pm IU p. 131
t t : I I : Situated on that celebrated thoroughfare, RidgewotMl, ) Axonup + City. (Hall on the twelfth (l-'tli: ) day I of'', 7953.m 222 pm 1200n'n ..................:.. Sm.ma..LT 230 pm 117ym 141
Hates: $2.50 Per Day and t'p. Special by Month I IMam 317 pm 112 pm /fLv. _. Tltnetllle............Lv 112 pm 211p. !112371m
t I i: : r.bruary. .\ I D.. IWat which tl.-.:tion 3111)m. 200 pm ILr...._......Roclaedge............Lv 1227 pm 11711111 1.
I gas"r An attractive houttq,Itb large and airy rams Lot and cold natt-r through; the : i i ErIuiiI.t] ] with all modern inipro\tinent>. I HO The\ ,
: 2471m
house sulphur or salt water hatbselectric. Itgbtsfurnacr beat and telephone # I : and without baths. .\white hilp. Guitlemen smoking and i their liallots for the election| of the following l- 61:1 nisi BOU pm .50 I'm LT..FonPieree.LT..lIelbonme..L.,....,.....LT 1144 1000.m am see 36 pm 1114
jonali Some ol the pleasant femur of MThf Pines1 IU .
; are wideterandaiand lit Uouf : ifhc
\ 'f'r!': 7t'-'am 733
ruling nioni- adjoin the handsuine pm ass pm Ar..West Palm heach..LV 740 'GO
Oardeii affording a line clew of the country, river and (o'l'an. sun parlor and !'PU.iUI1.i olfiif. fun 646 ala
I ; mond v "Tbe Pluct"Is Mtuated oa Houtb Il\lglIIoo..l, tbe h1llbellt nxrnue In I>dil' na ol I -C.. the mayor for one j'co:ir.One g am :ra: n pm: Ar..noyatPotnclana.:::: :: :..:::::::t: ;: am :g :: ::
ull'.nJ Iloomi single or en tulte, lthor without private luttb # |I clerk l for oin-jur. lOJ.5am lu ymni0ym Ar.... Ytamtta. l30 am bt9
Open from December I ......::. ...........Lv 7Uam
I to11ay I. : One o.-v-c-.s: for one >".ar. ..... .. .......... 630 am 1.s..............stunt........... ...... ....... 10
t : day atSej.*. OPEN I' ? ),nXOVHN\BLR! 1510 .'\;\Y I. :>t I I. *: Terms Application C. .IMC One ttJlittor treasurer for for one cne jiar Y'"Ir. j' ....::.:.. ........ II 00 am I.u-.....'1iaiIy;;.Homestead.except Runde; ;''''..LT..Art-....................4.. U3ll

r: MRS. J. B.. HINSKV, Proprietress. : Four nmnlx-rs of th- f'ity coun<.dfor PALATKA BRANCH

1! '-. .dtr t' 338 South Ridgewood Avenue, a DXVTONA, ILA. ..: I I.: ALBERT BENNETT, Proprietor. *C two Three>ears.s"I"If.,1. I tru-.leis for two v(ars. i j P1t Leave. ,1, EAST TO PALATKA PALATKA ,i Palatka Arrive I p&1&tkal Leave !I EAST PALATKA PALATKA TO fAa

I' .." "f" " 1 44 4....t4
I I ************************** .. .- ;}'mrs. I 935 620 ::: I::.. ::.Oo..\o, : Ualiy.Dally.:::::::. :: ::. 113)900 :: ;:,.:::::.Ns.. 0.49 M Dally.Alny.::::::..: i110Rc 830
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: itiiMMMMtlMMMHITHE ..........N...N..11t..OtNNI 'i ******* -****+- -* I{ At such i let lion J. M O'aison G'r 11205 I'm ........ o. 62 1I&1ly....... 122 pm 31.1) pm j .. ....Ka cis DaIly........ 1:10:
!'I, 1 I j I II. Clark and J. L. Lynch shall act Ii'l I j boo : i.:::::::.Jo.No. 54 1,6 lsily.I :::::.. ; 435 m 443 m :,:: .No g; f : .
: Inlay 1610 pm 940 i : ::.Ns. Daffy.: : ::: :.l 000
1agnolia Avenue, m-ixxtor awl pm : a
PALMETTO : IIt.nry hall I .
CLEVELAND I act as 1015 ........
m :So. 5Iwil.
I ; Opposite Postoffke. i HOUSE .* I Urk! i I 110& III 1040 m 1 I ....... o.iII DaJl ..;.....1100 "

0 I I lone under nj riand and the !stal of i 'SAN MATEO BRANCH -

'. S. B. GREEN, Proprietor.Xew 4c* Well Known It t the City of Daytwra, and in puriuaifc i, Leave I EAST PALATKA Arrive Leavs SAN MATEO TO A!
i and Popular1)1'erloukin .5. i| of I ity .ordiiMnic this January 7. A.j I D. t .latlu TO SAN MATEO ,I Mateo San I,1'// Mateo San EAST PALATKA >
i i House. New Furniture. Steam Heat. Sanitary 1'lumb- : | '190S. 1';' \\'. GRLL.NL.:: (: t 430 am I I'-.... : ::: 436 I. .
0.45DilY.r o.m ..... sA
Gas Jlitti-t i : Ma of .... am 46 DaJIr..lI-
ing. Lighted. or Pajton.1
I + Everything Up-to-Date. ) | p I I
I ( ) I A. M.I. roinLUCityCItrk.. ![ u 3f .o I.-... : .o: spa Ilally,.::.."..,,343 1125 m tip m '::.".::::ao fIO M iiy'"u': ::.ll tit OSo.

1 Rooms Only. \louse Now Open for 190708.CENTRAL ( 5 ; the beautiful Halifax River, ** Notice to-Non---esi"ent.------- I : 25 I ..21 I I o.19 t No. 17 !' MAYPORT f So.18 Ca 20
Suo. 1>'110. Nei'
: .tly
I -- -- i I : 1)J ) lytuntt. A homelike and comfortable, J* In Circuit Couit, e\tnth J'J.Ji'i..ll'ir- j I i Only -Only f-lI.lIy I-ex 1000. I I BRANCH I DaDT I O.ty Sun. Dat

i t tuit ..( Florida, in and fur Volia i rApm 1100OaJD! Coo pm 800am .Ly... JacksoDTUle..M '
AUTO GARAGE. house.:; First-class:; in all respects.:; :; ** Count). in Chancery. I 246 JIm ;; 64Uym 848 SWam antra Ly. .. Pablo Beac.h..Lv I 7301m I60aro Ig lipm x00 411
: dtlaoucBeach.J.r! :
.* I Catherine E. Sihopf j alb 111oem 700 m 9VIam .o\r...... Mu' 644am t pm 411
Charging riant. Cars Stored. Gasoline, Batteries, Cylinder Oils. i t L'$. rt..L.'b10em 1900n's 1
i ii: C. O. CHAA1BERLIN 1' Proprietor. : I Augu.'tus F. =--.hpf UNIj Lily: (Orange CUT BraDCII HDo.il2 j Na4 11.. II i Saafor' Branch. No.
-, Daily
j To AugiMu4 F'. Sthopf Vally DaD
b : Repairing Promptly Attended To. i ..4C...................... ***.**..**********.****. '1fr* I'1 j \ou are hereby requ rd to appear. to I I 400 313 pm pm 11 t3O.m 00 am 'Lv.LT. New Lake 8mymaAr Helen Lr.1216:' too pm pm 130 pm 830 am I Lv TltusYllleAr. 100
I the Bill of 4lpm 1120am LT. IlSOam At Sardord Lv.
Complaint hiled Orange HOPm
.................MlI ........ :against you in the abuse" entitle her('1n 'bpm 1130.m Ar.Or.n e pt C1tyLT.11206pm Je.IUOOb'n ..soP: ... ......i., ....__......._ ,

.' .......................... ..........................( ,on or before the 3rd day of rtbruary: cause ,4PENI SULAR AYb OCCIDENTAL STEA(8Hlp. .. .
( :.............................................. ..... i .t ,' .\. D 1WS.Tli I Close CO IICTION9 AT ;I J.
1 Open For Coaacctiolll Made at MiamI With
Business. < Daytona Gaz, Steam&hlps.f the PliO
: : tte-Xe!' ulitrtby 'CASSA S.S. Ceo fer
i The Lane Inn : 4: ,'' dcMgnatHl, as the nrw-pai,('r in which I U. HAVANA AND KEY SVES
I Ivy : : THE STILLMAN I". R. SPILL.S t Ati, :. this} onlfr shall Ix publishc once a rlv..ri}Thee. TDIE TABLES!! show the Ume.at which
: Proprietor i \\'f'f'k for four conW'tuti\c: w '('ks. and d.part from the lIe..ral.tatloa.; bat their arrtvat traJ : Inq)ro tlspeeM4&e
c. I.notcua..aoteed. departo..a th.
i doe.
nor U.
,Enlarged and Improved | : \\itn.ss my hand and cal of ollkf[i I or any rfln."qof'nc" .r'.ln' th."er"om.Company told nlelf letponllbl for tul
i In Center' of I Husiness I'! this 20th day ..f Ihtember: .1.1),19 O7. I
:; Jistriet. Large Well Fur :* : \M'L. D. JOHIJ.\X, Clt'rk. For Copv of the Locoa1 TI.e Card nr Other Jaternaatio

With Increased Facilities m All Departments, will be able in till J : : nished Booms, \YcUlIcated.[ Personalt- :I 11 I I HT/GLIULU By R 1'. IIMLI) WATLN\, D.'puty Cl 'rk. J.D RAHiERAasistant"I rifE TIlE General ICJLET IPan. A gt., AGENT ST.'A000STINE. FLORIDa

t larger degree to please and satisfy those who desire refine! J tention Given to Comfort: of (iuests *,. I bollcitor for Complainant -

:, I elegance as well as All Comforts and Contenieuys T t First-Class Chef. White Help .1 I Notice to Non-Resident.

.2 C I In Cireiiit e.urtcwnlh: Judici.il I 4
I Open from November to May. Lights:;, Haths.:; I Circuit of Florida, in end for \'<>lusi.i
: Count ". FULL
I > Chulcety.John ; 1
i Rooms With \Vithout
WAI. or Board. : llcdgunaiis :
I Lessee. i : \'
.J ...................................................: I Julia lkil<;cman Eli Ll 4 b"4., '
r ..........N N....NN1.N.....N... To Juli Hedgunan / XPRSS ,
-- -- d ._ __. _ Yon .
r t are !hen l pR
:t....$.+t........N...... ..........N...........1I .. ..................u........ I'i the Bill of Complaint by rctpiirrd. sisal to appear[ heroin to 1 Uk f PAID
ISSENA. SEABRIIEZE: !' against you in the above j
I : I..I..I. FLORILA I on fIJ l" .foro the !. cause i
3rd day of .F .1 '.
HOTEL DESPLAND C* t> uire all the. tmtdTn Neither a on\enienct9 boarding house and nor uj>pre-tt- ,I 1.\.. It.Daytnnx. I I'Jos! Gaz'.ttc-X'W j I -k rgll ,.
but intended to be in the nature t/I an i' hereby: ;
7 eltganl |private home f<.r the tra\cling! |public (.,cared in the midst of designated the ncw<>pa[><.r in which '4Ear
: DAYTONA ; s l hl.k I .j minuter walk from the "b>:;w n. Terms *1W.r I \ day. sjKnil.1 I thus order oli.tlllic published one c.i week: j: i .
FLORIDA. for four
rates for the reason or fur parties. (:onSf'ulin'1.:0:-. !? ,rue r i I

I .N...NNN....N.NK..................... this\\itne-a 1\th day my of hand lKmf I and, "'r Mil, .,\. 1)of., oflu I'JOT.t (!p .. I L IDoz

"The Favorite." Steam Heat. f J ..................................................... :hAML. U.I JORDAN, Cl.rk I '" "liIS It a DfIIYfREDFOQi
J ini al'i ;:, real, Gar KurnMicd F. \ '.
: \
i! tCI.l1enl: : .rll..rn Tut.! TOl'L: Deputy
: T" rin* t. to flU par "'(4'k. CINk.I
Solicitor I
Open for the Season 1 for Complainant.
10070 under management of : *j The Glenn MRS. ELLA lLGLK.N.\l'roi.mtns.-:: __ -.**
.1, 31.1 :\. !leach St., Daytona, Ho. LC T. LONG i
: &
L. Al. WAITE Bro.i i
Owner and Proprietor. :. : C iitralK located
15 Facing the Halifax Iner! 2.1 CHAS. BLUM & s
5. j With )Dealer" in I COMPANY

.......+.+.+..................+......*..5Y .......... .4 ... Booting and Fishing almost at the llr nr. i I I11CHOICE W-E.NCV I-AKST IIRE11'INO CO, J
..... ......_.............._..................L Blue Ribbon Beer -->
:************************* ********._** .* *...*...*** I MEATS Send for I'rlf'e )ll.t. etivls hl S

t'u City Hotel i : H'iVlUKvJAiM 1 PALMETTO ANE.NLLS.: j 1lllllllllllllllfllUfllIIIIII of All Kin ...................... .......
1. t s. ................ '
1 \n :
I t it'ganl Dl" hotic with :itl: an: )Iii I, at. Electric Lghts, Bath,
sanitary It
? OPEN All THE TEAR I:< d'I"f": lruhmg.,, -!I'll..lh"asut, Surroundings, .tl' Within three minutes Walk of the ,. I will keep a choice line of Florida' MALLORYSLINES :
.t- !
xi .. t -ron : aldfhtlr' hca. "one bh,\'k from Ferry and Piver ': I

t : MRS. B. P. S.'lITtI 'j and western meats ahaon hand. : .

y I jw., .t, ELLCTRICLIGI11LLECTRIC =>'. C Proprietress. : 'j Corner Fairview : I

.s r. BELL= eatt lCxslrf4F'ffxYntrti thlrFif FiIr1t...i1r4<.ttsf fh..1r..rf1r.. I I aMine and n.II _\'- : .

., Hot and Cold Ball.,, .,, . .......IIMIIIfllfIltffIHII' lflf'lflln" .... .. .... .. tuna St. Phone 1 W. SPECIAL{ PASS ENGER EXPRESS!
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Table Itrst-Cia-. = "*>t fllflHII>IIIfIlllfllIII;Vfc : f
_. : F. :'\I.e::7\RAD g STEAMSHIPS.
1 President PINE :
Largest J
WOOD and
Cashier most! thurrughly,
? GEO. H. MATTHEWS ;! I j equipped(roast passenger ate aroshI, ;i>* IIn the 9

I tea.-,- PROPRIEOR.I I : MERCHANTS BANK | FOR SALE : :: important S'f.TEROmISltE xo O\'ERfROWDIXG."f 'iTIELYOrKMEEDj"MnumbHrof *

I : >Br.nbolun.. ,.
: County B.nk. >\C :

I if I N*********.************** **********************-***-* I II .' ': '!'apital Moth..... ,........ ......... .. ... ..... .. ...... ? 5O. 1J |5; $2 and $2.50 a Strand S all l'auc-ngere UrtCor individual the
Pt'rSlnal, Liability............... ... : (n l'e and :
.i' THE MAGNOLIA\ I .... ... .. .......... )100XH f > 1 1'SUXGlmL'E.YE JACKSON LE .'
:we EVERY TEIfR.- .
: < U.1Y
Transacts a General Banking Business. delivered, from llutcliin-i f } i 01t'EiTI Schedule or !Ships' in Florida Timeg-Unjon 2
I Ii % :
Large sunny rooms Cuisine excellent ; 4[ per cent. [merest Compounded son's Wood Yard i I Including. delightful D.\. POINTS \oKTU: J
and all modern com'cnienccs. Electric Lights Furnace ii at ** Quarterly Paid on I west of : Through ticke.110M FAMOUS SEA lSL.VNDSL-'hrOUghthe:: |

i MRS. CELESTE HINKS a"ingscl"ounts.l I raIlroad on Magnolia rCjlardnr; attr\'tlfJAS offl'red to all Northern Points For full n!'".n.ation J
Proprietress. aven- tleketrt, bI 1 no other line
ptc.. -
; diagram .
I ;a.ft'ty ue. apply to fl'St'r\"iltIODIJa..

#.........> N ,1 .,tFttxttl .," ,.,',.,.. x........tat .: ....IU.. ........................."...............,.............'l'mlNH..f.Deposit........' Boxes.". ..UI'II.IIU1.U..U..u..u.u..t for Rent \$I Hutchinson & Brittle. :: F. ,)}. IRONMONGER. ,. Goo.an (H.;I.on..ral pasblIn'KU Jr.Ag nt Jacksuncille 122 beet 13sy, Fl Str.4 I .j Ida., I:

.............0...lark..., l.ocal.\gt'nt, Daytona no. .t



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