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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
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Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: February 8, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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1. ;THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS I and Mrs. Pierce, and will spend theI I Notice. I I. A I1nouncem nt.

I remainder of the winter with them on From date hereof L the undersigned, I I hereby announce myself a candidate B rWIONAL

I PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY the Dakota. withdraw my name as a member of the,I for re-election to the office of City As- SIN rAflFl

: ; T.E. FTTZQERALD Editor I ate l firm of Clark &:: Watton, Fish Dealers 1 sesjor at the Municipal Election to beheld .

I !' 1 Ormond. Daytona, Florida. i Feb. 11, and ask.the support of all ,. '

; [ THE I Signed, B. W. WATTON. j voters. GEO. F. SMITH. I C C. BOHAS'XON: I ntzfierald &: Oate$ ,

GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY i Ormond, Feb. 5-Major Lewis and I
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i I ( INCORPORATED) ii i I. wife, of Hyde Park, Mass., are stoppingat Physician and SurQeoflS .
t __ I Rose Villa. Mr. Lewis has an orange Attention to ..ExaminlniPrrfeetiac
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Entered at the Postoffice Daytona Flonda as Second Class Matter. I'
nearly every winter. \\V1I teach street Daytona,,114 "
James Carrie and Frank Colby, of i Knnugh Telephone No. 74. I .Conrad Block DAYTONA, .
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t -- SATURDAY i the Town Council, were in Daytona on What You Want I
; Tuesday making a contract with Cbas.Ballough Carr a IwinJU Ert tit*]

I t f I I :. SUBSCRIPTION RATES.One I to build an approach on the fiIBBONfJ \Vlirn it f's to Buying' II.H.SECLYC.A.M.Physician I LAXD1S & fiSt! .f

I .".<.. beach at the end of Granada avenue. and Surgeon
copy one year__._-- ._._".._" --.......SUjO? W. A. Barker u building a new cot- Attcrncvs at Law l
F One copy six month1!._ _. ____._........._. ------._.... .75 in his the to be SHOES SHOESFOR 1.41 Wertrioil
One copy three months_..._-.- --- _"--- .-..- _....... .40 tage orange grove, same Special attention Mechanical given methods. Practicing In all Hiaio and PeIaa. .
used as a packing house for the present.Mr. treatment and .rvxirts Civil fir CrtlDI &! _, d. .
run -iur I 127 So. Hiderwond: Ave. Houn I|Micar:folauenlloo. Hpt UI '.< ADVERTISING RATES. Hannie who
recently purchasedthe BOYS 8-10.30 and 1330. Phone S",. ,, for'o"f"flg.lln.and i>rf.riIVUnd. Itlbel..
I John Hyden property, has made rf-fMrn. -
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. Kate per Inch per insertioA to regular Advertisers.-.._...__10 cent some repairs soon AND GIRLS. I Kate A. Stewart Kg ford Blrll
Rate per Inch per insertion for less than thrt- months............... .__._ _13 cents open a general store.A. DK.J.n. RAWLIXGSPhysician
Rate per inch per insertion for single insertioi- .?.__......_30 cents C. Wetherbee is putting a cabin on i STCWART6cBLY
I' READIXG NOTICES OK LOCALS. his new boat, "The Warchu!'ett.. He You want (' Mii-e that lois i '

: .i Rate per line, each inBertion. ..__ ___..,,.,._m..-,.._..__ .10 cent has just installed a new motor. I I .I well and ;is comfortable but : <& Surpeon. Lawyers
RATES FOR CHURCHES. LODGES, ETC. Miss :Mason, of Kentucky, is the guest at the same time jofi wanta
All club, society organization,lodge and church notices, other than relipious of her cousin, Mrs. Price, at the Ormond Slice that will searNo I Dr. Railing's office over Gille'sidrug I i Office next door to Bank Building:

; services cents per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolutions, 5' cents I Hotel. sicea for boys and girls in j I store, Beach street. j j I DeLand. Florida
f i per line. Legal advertising! at legal rates.GENERAL Mrs. Goode has arrived from Danville, all the world are so widely __
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t I : PROVISIONS. I III., to !4nnd the winter, with her aunt, known or so widely worn as II TITLES J INSURED
: No single charge for display advertising of any kind less than .j() rent Mrs. W.H. Vining.The .f1Jt. E. L. :STEWART
Good position given every advertisement. An extra charge 2 rents per ir.el! i Volusia County Abstract. Investmentand
will be made for ads with No ition "d.f s inject at the meeting of the Ph\'sician and Surgeon I j
'i 1 specified positions. special jK!' giirn on !- :
\'. I. A.. last 'RUSTB.RBLVt Title Insurance Company.
less than five inches. Friday was "Arbor Day
: No advertisement accepted for the first pat and F...nstry." The children of the OIS il I Special attention to diseases' of the t I Abstract fornUtfed and title p&rf.eU *titd.
Extra charge made on display advertiemett'' containing an anrl\rt" nf jrmr- I IBBOrJUU I Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office t Map Plata and Blue Print topXL
public sviiool came in a body with their VRO'WN .1 II. *
: than 30 words to the inch I and residence, No 101 Magnolia cor I piled. Bert fJa..NI&Cany Landis, f-
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( All bills of each month. lieromc of them having a part in ner Palmetto telephone 82.
j! : payable on the first I Bank Inland. Fla.D. '
I' the program. The importance of preening FOR, GIRLS JSJ FOR BOYS trace bouri 9., DI. toP p. III.j .
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t : upon all present, and A number of arti G. A. KLOCK

i Seabreeze and Daytona Beach i adjourned,,IM upon to the the subject yard where presented.a tree was All] I THE PECK-HENDRICKS CO\1P ANY.Sj Physician and Surgeon I I Civil) Engineers

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memory a former member Speclal.UenUon given to Diseases of I DA YTO A and
:_Mrs. Nellie Borden Hamilton. The -- -- the Eye and Fitting Ola_*. 1*' So.Rldge1lood nft..('f'S |(MJAJ1i, FLA.
i ; 2 MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor. : I members and guests returned to the -- I ,pbone i\ Office boor t-1O

t .,i !..TTTTTTYTTT..yyy..- ... ..............y-.yy..T..TTT...........................t.. reading room here refreshments were -- .. I tnp.m..6.S5toSOUp.m.: DAYTON Ft. %. I, Daytona!! Office Established 1S75

t Seabreeze, Eeb. 5-W. B. Hatch, of t'nburg-pent Tuesday in Port Orange on served and a social! hour held.

Ypsilpli, Mich., closed the deal Monday .I a fishing bout. I' Pierce Hans with Evcrndcn his brother.pent Sunday at Ft : : M. JOSIE ROllERS, M. D: I II j 1 1I II A. BERNARD

: Mfbich transfers to him the Trum- Mrs. W. A. Bagectt, Mr. and Mrs. BeFore 4f I
I Master Herbert Price, student 1 lomeopathic Physician i I solicit subscripticn and business
a at I j I
bower and Mesdames j jXo
,- place on the river front, property I Ilaney and Matthews
: Rollins' College the brief time for tIre Tiroes-Unon\!
of Geo:,L-Tarrell. S. E. Gilmore, real were picnidng on the Tomola I spent 1 I 453 North Beach Street. j; '
between the with his 1 .
I semesters
: ,. estate agent". transacted the business. I Tuesday. parents = MOTOR Office Hours, l23)102:3Oand 0:00 TIMES-UXIOX BUROE.
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at the Hotel Ormond.
Work improving, the property will I I to 730. Smith. & Hitch Real Estate Office,
The Fourth Day Club met at Mildred I No. I Reach
i begid& immediately. An artesian well SATISFACTION I. Tt'It'pl.nue 122. Sjrcet.
l : will be putdown this week, and in the Daytona Beach, Fed. 5.-Mrs. Chas. Villa on Wednesday afternoon. Theyare 1 ,.

f 4;t shortest time possible the house will :be Neal, of New York, will arrive this week practicing for an entertainment to I I ,
L -EVeJ-y1JriitfJiiil.l'dnf t4/ized" DR. BOMANNON'SPrivate
1 j'' L in the state of perfect! : repair, and Mr. for a visit with her sister, Mrs. A. J. be given soon. I Daytona Private I IIosjpitcil ,

t. and Mrs..Hatch will return from De- Beardsley, on Mitchell av enuc. I Miss Mcintosh, who added much to and Sanitarium SanitariumFor ,

; Land to spencHhe balance of the season Miss Louise Seaman, a teacher of 25 I the pleasures of the village! last winter, I I hvrry facUlty f..rI be proper treatment I

t' !t;. in tfieir new home: years experience in the public schools ofXew has arrived from Boston with her The "Automatic"I and Siestricai care of appllanr medical and, trained sur.l..al nurse.quiet cases., the treatment of all' .

York city is a recent arrival taking mother, and U again !located at Mildred IIurrouo The J. (X.Butler Co. have had load
a busy I pail nti Term on uppll-
Villa. 21 South Death Phene 74.
: rooms at the : I cabs No 4snrond Street
Hermitage. as-c.
week real Some Perfect for all marine work. liaylona.
transferring estate.
power Made in two Drs-CJ. A. KUX'K and It.
twelve: or fourteen lots included in the Miss! Powzncr, Chicago, a friend of Madame Edward Thrall and her styles-slow speed, heavy duty and yacht engines. PbTslclan 'In di.irri*. HOWF. C. C. BOHAN.VON..? M. P.. 1
3_ oonntag \estmentclaim have changed Mr. and Mrs. William Reed, is locatedat companion, Mrs. Smith, arrived from Prices and Catalog No. 19 on application. I. .
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:;{ hands within the past few days. The the home of Mrs. Emma Freeman. Connecticut last week.Holly Write us-we can save you money. OSTliOPATtK, t 'J. P. 'ISCII.. J'\'. D. j I

I Sonntag Investment Company Las sold Walter Clark has one of the most attractive ------ Florida Gas Engine & Supply Co. I
properties at Daytona Beach. 1 Dr. J. C. llernian |: Physician and Surgeon.
t ,; to other pa'rties: some twenty-six other ,
i : .. lots within the past six weeks. Beautiful roses cover a long& trellis in Hill. TAMPA, FLA. J graduate under the founder, A. I- Fifth house south of M B Church,

t The City'Fathcrs held a lung and I I and the perfection old fashioned of beauty and blossom, Holly Hill), Feb.1Irs.. Juliette I:j We also carry a full line of stationary engines, irrigating Still IIMA, Kiilsville.dour., located on Peninsula' Drive, Daytona Beach.
pinks hold avenue one east of
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1 : streuous-Aession Monday night, at the prcst.sgeamong arrived plants pumps, pipe, motor boat supplies, etc. Journal Office hours 12 to 2 p. m. Telephone
Taylor lost office. 'j
gorgeous, flowers of tropical week: and will spend Dajtona, ,
regular monthly Present
meeting. 207.
I clime. Mr. and Mrs. Clark also take interest the balance of the winter here with Mrs. J'hone 40
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i F. Burgman, S. E. Gilmore and J. C'I J
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I Bunch. Bills to the amount of $ gardening tomatoes -

1.1 j were presented- 'and ordered paid. FeI -,!the vines.are now being picked fresh from she friends last are visited greatly Holly pleased Hill to and see her.her :.................................................. : I DR.I I\'. A. GOVL: j: S. II. GOVE 11
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. t I 1 and shelled was read, accepted avenue and opened referred -I Mrs. Emma Freeman has rented her Cupt. W. II. Heath took a party of 1 i TWO BARGAINS II! Dentist Architect. Builder and .

; t: r to street committee. The petition .I Ormond cottage, the Rahw ick, to a Mr. friends out Saturday afternoon in his: I Contractor l
j W Voght, of Niagara Falls. lamuh Eleanor for a pleasant outing on (idle; <<<'on .-r lKlg""'oo<] and VoluPHONE I
to improve Ocean street was referred : One Six Kourn house with double : : Residence
the river. porch, Illrttric Lights, T l"'j>l.onclite : f and office, northeast corner
I W to street'committee to advertise Mrs. Geo. Sterling, of Battle Creek, : Int 9.; foelon Ridgewood and Vohisla
: corner Kulgcumod by 2'; ) fret. Gofn] (tree. Largo ave. 1
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A. Parker
Mich., is the of,Mr. and Mrs. Walter has joined the farmer'sranks : i Phone 89. *
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clerk ,
was authorized to : grape inc. a number of peach trees good l IIu"f'rs. A E n>il lioniP for I IL1.SSONS ;
and is
1 write to County Commissioners in relajj Clark for the balance of the season.Mr. cultivating a piece of hammock : someone. : .

""f l | tio .to McClanahan assessment. C. A. and Mrs.N. John B. Jamison, of other'ectabJl's.land, planting.it to Irish potatoesand : \"enoomCott.\geone5tor'Ll\ilclillglntJOOxJ( ) O feet, situated ; :. : I Gr.R.x\AX.. I!; Halifax' Music: House t-
Binghamton Y.
I Ballough I Ie are at the home of ) .
was granted permission to on Mulberry street. A cozy littl1 home. .
!e i 11; grade Glenview avenue between Valley Mrs. Sprague, Mrs Jamison's mother I'' J.,Mrs.who H.owns W. Palmer of here Englewood i N. : These places are in Kingston, jiiil iiorlli) 'f I 11.I"n.l. (:.ril r.mtful l lS : Bj a I.tlt who bas a thorough j J George Wrayj !
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street and river, also to cut canal at end a short visit. The many friends of property : .hool. .\ Church and l' stofJj'f' nr>ar by. I knowledge' l -cf the German language';
Mrs. Sprague will be glad to learn of sometime this week. : j The cheapest place iolth State to J
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'f f of street. Ordinance. 33 passed I 'nil on or write and )Las tr\"t'I'd' abroad. For further ,t
t third reading. Report of clerk her good health. Sunday was an eventful day on the inf.ltlllationddr 'I| |buy Pianos. Pianos to Rent. Tuning -
was accepted P. O. Dox''
: and placed on file. Motion was Mrs. S. S. Raynor of New York, and river here. We understand that while I .: H. McCLELLAN, : 20S, Daytona, H.i.: 'j j l Repairing and Polishing by a ,
It carried that the clerk notify property Mrs. E: }Meany: and daughter of Massachusetts C. F. Wethcrell had the Two Churn out I I I skilled workman.

;, :- owners on Grandview avenue who have were guests at Pinehurstlast she blew out her cylinder head and I .: Kingston or Daytona Florida. : .....................u!$mtsS.Ss.s..S.ssiss.

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p : before February 10, action would a and short visit to Rockledge will return called to aid a boat that had gone I I s.........i................ii..............iii 1 .................... .....................
make the Pinchurt their aground lInt oft Bunnell
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11 carried that the collector collect 514.00of u place., .. ,.. ._ She was obliged to wait for the morn- : A RARE BARGAINA press Suit Cases Bags. :

S. C. McClanahan. Motion carried Mr. ana -Mrs. n. mneo arm ed from ing tide to free her. Also a small; I : two-story louse, two moiinNI) I l.w and tno above. ''Do'iMr piazza We have
I : a, that marshal be instructed to arrest Orlando a few days 8go and are locatedon launch was poled into the Eleanor: I,, front Lot 100x1100 fret fronting; on river, pine timber enough for :'.111) on or I just rrceiv-ed our new stock of

anyone found removing fences on Seabreeze avenue. Mrs. :Arthur dork and tie Grand view Bailey and children of Detroit, will join of gasoline. : persimmons, fig, mulbcrr and grape riles. Gel| barn, flowing \nll. thick : Straps, Name
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them in a short time. Shawl: Sirapi.Wchave .
The Ladies' I' A. Mann
Circle will hold their brought his granddaughtrr : M. F. BLITCH. Holly Hill Florida
i bazaar at the Wilman's opera bouse. Rev. Dan Brummett, assistant editor Elizabeth Mend, home from Sea-, I...e.SSS.............................................I : comrur,' l our trunks. etc., with otner makes and
They have busied themselves all of the Epworth Herald, will fill an appointment brook yesterday. lIe turned to :Sea-: I line i is the we find our
I with'work and plans to insure summer its at the Seabreeze avenue M. brook this morning.Mr. t ;......................................... ............ : best we can get for the money at which they are so'd.Ve' guar

7 success, and it is sure to be one (II the E. church Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. 1.V.. Johnson and I :*: R. D. TAYLOR. Electrical Contractor : : i.ur prices to be the lowest in the city for similar good:: 4note
most attractive and history and Mrs. Miller and Mr. Lewis .
popular in the
daughter, Miss Genevieve, of Bo t<>n. :
of the circle. There will be three, drove to Dcl-and in an automobile the were the guests of Mrs. L. B. C. Davcnport I : II I ItticVirilig a Specialty.I : : The Peck-Hendricks

booths and a refreshment table, which I other day in one hour and forty-five Tuesday and yesterday Alvin' :. Company. I

will be In charge of the following named minutes. The return trip was made ten I and Mrs. Davenport visited them in :: l Dealer> in Kleotnenl Supplies) of All Kinds Fixiure. Sliades : i 4__.......................... ..........
ladies minutes quicker. .............
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.4. ; Mesdarnes Bianchi, Case, Randall Daytona, where they are guests of The :: Lamps Xo. .Orarrge a\ -ntie. DA"WOX.\I Fl.t. ..\. : S........... .

t. T. Jo',.Buckland Williams, president and Rivcnburg.of the Circle Mrs. guest Miss of Stella Miss Perry Holcomb, who at has the been George the nctt. ,I': 4........................................... .......: .....R....................................

Mrs. Sarah Man ah of Crown Point !' : '
an Have '
I; will direct a general refreshment table. Johnson for Wauchula home for some where time,left Thursday Ind., and Mr*. M. Bond, of New Castle, ': ;A************************* *************************.; your pictures framed at Lesesnes. The most .:
C. F. she willisit
Burgman returned Saturday afternoon her father before Ind., arrived this week and are the i ;: Cabinet and 1: 'omplete plant in .
: from an extended tour throughthe returning to her homeat Repair Shop : the c.ity. Large line of
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L Howard.) : mouldings; : -
State as far as Key West in the interest Chattanooga, Tenn.W. 1.
of I. O. R. M. S. Williamson, Minneapolis: ,was J. D. Linds-ey was thrown or fell from i :: Furniture Uepairing, Mattresses Uepaired: and made 1., order \\V It IS See Lesesne at "THE .S '
his wagon at Seabreeze or Daytona) : i: handle the celebrated 0. termoor Mattress and KODAK PLACE"
Mr. and Mrs. Classen, child and maid, a guest at the Seaside Inn Monday. I > solicit your J :
of New York; Mrs. R. A. Burgct Miss Pretty Miss Dorothy Rl'dficld"M entertained Beach today and we understand eri-I : order for first-class work. Orange ave. ent Peck blk I -

Maria Hatch and Mr. and Mrs. W. n.I by some eighteen or more of ously injured. Mrs. Linds'ey who was : W. G. HOBBS. ? IS Beu'b Street, 2 doors North or 3n1 AfenUl" S

I Crackel, of Vincennes, Ind, hare ar- her young friends at the Inn Friday ev with her daughter at Dupnn, w as I.Iertphed -, 4 ....... ............... ... I ............... :
I, t ried within the past few days at the ening. Games, conundrum, and refreshments : l to return at once.Announcement.. J. .......................... ------- ...............................SSISISI

f- Princess Issena. gave the young people a : ; ....................................................

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Laughhn. arrived merry evening.' :
from Evansville, Ind., Tuesday after. Rev. J. M. Prendergast, Win. Pnnilcrgait I hereby announce myself a candidatefor Bond Lumber Company

": noon and are guests at The Clarendon. and wife, of Jefferson, Ma.s", would the be office pleaed of Mayor to have of the Daytona support and of j j! i Norman S. DaytonPlans
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':C Mr. Tunis and family arrived from are guests at The Inn. all who favor progress in municipal : MAMFACTIRERSOF

Chambcrlainburg. Pa and are occupy Dr. Payne, a prominent Clev ctandrr, atTairs with the strictest economy in j ROUGH AND DRESSED
big one ol-the Erregger Ocean Ixiulc- is located at the Surf Crest. expenditure. My record as councilman I PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER
for several terms is "iflI
raid my excuse for be.
cottages. The two houseboats, "Dakota" and bering that I can "fill the bill." ; I Estimates
The Seabreeze team in a snappy game "Minnie Lou," being built by Win. Respectfully, Lath ,
Shingles
on the tome grounds Saturday afternoon Reed on the river fronting his propertywere GEO.II. 1L\TTIIEWS.j! : Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime

won out, the score standing to 1 ---- and Cement in Stock. ames and Yards Superintendence
completed a short time since, and : : .i e IU
in theu: avor. The Ormond team were are now occupied by their : Hallway and Orange Aff'Cn.IJLt. I ,
POLITICAL
respectiveowners
ANNOUNCEMENTS. ? ) ..
I ; -&Dd )111I.Uanth Coast Doe
rather 8dy elated over .two victories. and part owners, Mr. and Mrs. I: Karamagoo.onsanford Rl..100 miles south of Jaekonvili Lumber Yard Magnolia Avenue
"He best who last." Announcements under lhl head will bepublished Brntboftbe5' F..C. Ry i aid F. E. C.
laufbs laughs I Edmund Pierce, of Sheldon, N. I).. and I Heal Estate office Itatlnf./ -
: .,, Mrs. J,..S. Bronsonnee Miss Lou Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Brown, of Coopers- cih In advance until the In every Primary("a....Ij. held for $X :: Phone 83 R. J. MALBY Manager. i I MOXDSOX 1st door uouth of poatoffi .. V*. IT. ED-

BianchI;*arrived Saturday afternoon town, X. Y. By of Mrs .:...... ....... Manager, Daytona Fla.
from St. Louis on a visit of a month or and Mrs. Pierce, a courtesy Gazette-News Brown FOR SHERIFF. : ..... ................................. and residence. Phones at office, yard

representative To the Democratic Voters of Volusia : ..................... _.
11:1'I wx weeks with her parents, Mr. and was permitted to inspect both County .I ..........................M+ I -
't Mrs. John Bianchi, on Valley street,and boats, which are built after the same hereby announce m)self as a candi :; WHEN YOU ARE J
is being cordially welcomed by her numerous model and in every way alike. The date for sheriff of Volusia county, sub- <<' ., CONTEAIPLATNGSetting | : I n ( ii ijii"ii..W-N"WNiNNNWr .

, .: friends: rooming capacity of the boats consist of ject to the action of the Democratic Galvanized Iron Tank a new Tin Roof: + : ; "" iii.ii.iiR
primary. If elected a JlotI'r
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I pledge
Mr. and Mrs..Creamer myself: to ;, Furnace WMiller
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and two sons, forward cabin after cabin, galley. observation impartially enforce the laws of ,
the of the
or other
! : Frank and Byron, arrived from Cleveland deck and upper deck. The county, and to conduct the affair.; of'' ; any metal necessities: !! required complete a modern'dwelling :1 i I =Strohm Co.

Sunday and are guests of The Colonnades arrangement for comfortable living i i. the I office to the very best of my ability. : remember that .
earnestly the of all
request support
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v comfortable in every way. The galley voters at the :
Mr. and Mrs. Grot."Gane and Miss is fitted with all the modern culinary primary.LEE MORRIS. Successors to ,' .

: Pippcy, who have been touring as far conveniences; the ladies' cabin is a -- ----- -- .S I L C. NASH a S0N1 II PECK &
FOSTER.
I : south as Miami, are again atThe, Clar bright, attractive sitting room; the I) P Gunand
DOBBINS
t :,.' endon, where they will spend the remainder [bunks, nine on each boat, are luxuriously : Locksmith. ;: DAYTONA. FLA. : I
of the season. inviting and the observation deck General repairing, key fitting. saw m.l.' j I best Family Groceries
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Banks and little the best place imaginable for whiling I ing.parasols Trunks repaired, valises and recovered., umbrellas Lawnmowers and are prepared give prompt and,1 reliable service at fair prices. I ;

son arrived from Alabama last week and :the happy hours away. repaired and sharpened Badges, .i. General repair shop} on Volusia Aenue J Grain

,I are guests at Dixie Lodge. Mr.. Keating and son, recent arrivals I Checks and tag*. Rubber' stamps and I Phone .- next to the Armory. i Fancy
Messrs. Julius Young and Peter PJv-] from official seals. 22S South Beach :Street,i It >S. and
Fargo X. D. Out
friends of
are of Mr. Ddj toua, Flo. town work solicited Food
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: Don't 'Fail to See the .rir:: BREVITIES::1 [CLERKS' HOURS IN GERMANY l 1 1 ;: A tii3"" 1 g'- SIn

AB Effort to Do Away With the L..K IiUJ a i it

| Continuous Moving Pictures I -- --- A discussion Midday Is going Interval.on In commercial J stock for Immediate delivery. Also 'alli'sizes

THE HALL OF FAME. circles in Germany regarding the ,- .

respective merits of the English and
t T1RBs 11 i ii
: Peck Block foot of South Bridge.: = Queen Alexandra and the Duchess of German systems of arrataglng the I IT MADE AJDIfFERENCE.! CONTINENTAL

Pictures Ponlapd have brought before EngUsh-- hours of work In banks company of iiJt.!
: '
: changed Tuesdays. Thursdays: and Saturdays. : women the cruelty they are guilty of flees! and big business houses.It Bow the Colonel Ease to Make a Several flood Secohd 'HaftS tar*. I t 1 k401tMO2r' i
.. See live Alligator window.. In i f.eeh at Ct ftat*>.
; wearing aigretsCaruso has always been customary in
: : I "gentlemen, what can I do for BEi1 t1i i-i f1t
the marvelous tenor, undoubtedly Germany for clerks and accountants I..wen. B A LEMONT I
: Admission 1 10 cents. : broke all records In curtain and all workers of this class to begin ) ?" queried the colonel a* Le 2 oRM1S1 ND, h.bJu A. 'I..
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I calla when recently at a performance work considerably earlier than Is the I entered his office after a brief absence 1: ...,. .................. i .i...' \ J{ ..
;. ........ ..........i.._..... i ......i.f ..- ......: I I' of "PagUacci" at the Hamburg Stadt- case In England and to terminate workin and found three farmer looking meu la -j;""
theater was railed out thirty-tw the evening! much later than is usualin possession
times I.oudon. \\'..:k l-jius In ( tfU1tDoffiet'8. "We are a committee from the county i... ..t. iii. ..ii \ ...'. i.iii ...

Olga Sainaroff. the pianist. Is the on- as a rule. at 8 o'clock lu the fair" explained one, "and w'e want ,
N _N 111 11 NNN 1 NNNN and Is n'>t concluded to nee about the address lou mate I
N NNNN ly American woman ever admitted to morning frequently -
the piano classes of the Paris conservatory before S o'cUxk In the evening 'em,don't you?' (Ii BARNES the Novelty lint I Ii.

f f : The only other .omt'rlcanllmlt- Partial compeu..ation for toe early l>eginulng "Oh, certainly! ,
i THE CHAS. E. GARDINER CO. 1 1J ted to these classes was Edward: A. an4 late termination Is obtained "\\ hat's your figfer?" .

MacDow.the counter by taking :n two hours' pause at "I delivered two county fair addreaspd i. SELLS EVERYtHINQ. i
last fall and rPl'Plt-pd 5.V> '
I J. Plerpont :Morgan's remarkable collection midday, but even with this break the ---- --- TnI
total hours worked in German offices each.
of illuminated uicsllaeral I
: manuscripts -
Is being frhonu to the public in considerably exceed those in English "Urn! Too high" Especially Stationery, Fi&iBg llAle, Crockery,

Dry Goods. the Columbia university library, :XewYork. offices especially as a half holiday Sat- There was no fault found with my : Glassware, Fancy ConfwUtiiliy: SoaVenlr Post :
I prices lat It takes time to prepare
J Is still \ year. -
urday an exceptional:
The culieriloii rti>i'events a thousand In Germany arrangement one. you know and then I must = Cards, Talking Machines, Doll., Toys and Noliona.\ =
of art of
illuminating manuscript -
.. ., rears*. An agitation Is now going on for the Journey down and. deliver It.. The figure !
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BARGES
abolition of the long midday Interval I named is a very reasonable one.
One of the old ot' .
t Phone 102 Block smart gentlemen and of the introduction of tbe hours of "Look here, colonel," said the chairman -
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Anthony 2, Augusta, Me. U George: Steve n.! who : w
Is of work usual In English: offices. Many of the committee after considering : Will also frame your PicUiYes, kbirptn! our Saws :
eighty-three years old. A bit
2 bit, "bate of ol
German business however, resist a you pot one your /laddresses
: :, work he did a few days ago was too the Innovation and men persist In maintain ou band?" : Knives, Scissors, Lawn Mowers, Etc., and will :

j DAYTONA .FLORIDA.Q : level the jrnnel which was hauled up- ing the old fashioned >y tem "II>elieveso." : repair almost anything that is out of whack. :
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o oa a road l hy *lx teams, thirty-six double .
Many German stockbrokers company "And can't yon put 'er in for twen- -
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SN....1.1N.- .- .- .- .- .- -----------y------------------..................................o purse Itll.I I In nilW directors, directors of hanks and tyfi\e'- : I In Fact 'for Want Remember r .
Any
L Sthter has been appointed director captains of Industry adopt a curious "But some one might get on to it""Hell :
of the museum of 'olorado college -
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take all the chances of that
arrangement by which they dine at 3
...rir... at Colorado Spring, For four o'clock in the afternoon and afterward All the people who will listen to you
..r.reriisi.rrr.r.i.inir.iiiirliiriieuisi. years he was deputy superintendent of BARNES
i return to their offices from 6 till 8 will I>e old Mrs Coely, who I Is as deaf ,
the Indian uiueum In Calcutta and for and old who will i
o'clock In the evening *s a IHXI. Jim Shaw
ten years was director of the South Those Germans who have practical take It for a Fourth of July oration i
NOVELTY MAN.
THE
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African at Cape Town.
museum
; roceries ? i experience of office work in Englandare anyhow and you won't run the slight .. .
Henry Phlpps. Carnegie's; old part unanimous In declaring that Eng- est risk. Won't this make a differenceIn
valuable lots = 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA 'FLA. :
ner fitted up some of his lish clerks do just as much In six or your aggers'" ,

.. .. in Allegheny, Pa., as public playgrounds seven hours as German clerks! In nineor The colonel blushed and stammeredand : t rlrlrlr/r/rirlrlr.rIr.rIr.r.r.rlr.ri i'i.I .I\.sl .:
and threw them open to the ten hours and advance this as a said be thought It would and
NOW YOU ARE TALKING! : children. The assessors said he must strong argument in favor of the general when the committee left they had bib
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either deed the lots to the city or pay adoption of the English; hours of receipt for $30, and he agreed to be
taxes on them The Allegheuy children work In offices
on time.-Chicago :News
I That's My Business. have lost their playgrounds A few of the big banks In Berlin
: James Hazeu IIytie, former vice .
liFe have already got as far as a working Her OCTem e.
: ideut of the Equitable, who is tiring in day of eight hours, from 9 o'clock In The despondent damsel had been apprehended Norman Dayton
: I take pleasure in railing fur jour order and : Pans, has arranged for a debate between the morning till 5 dock: In the afternoon In the very act of drinking ,

: delivering promptly what yon want tilt clerk : Harvard and Yale in French with two hours less Saturday carbolic. The speedy work of skilled

ht i nl\v isfrevli and fine and trade willttfiiiyiU : lie has offered a nip to the team winning I when they dose at 3 o'ckx'k.BerlinLetter physicians saved her life. The physicians 1-
jour r !!u<'h n nmtct This Is one of In London Standardlrrtrlrl afterward admitted that they bad
J 1 apprt-riitVd)) and well t'lH'aft; > (if. : I many things; Hyde has done to In- saved It. An officious constable arrest LUMBER.

J'I..n:' ,,';'t. '("'u\- "';:Jil : I crease an Interest In the study! of ,: Ise french Harvard ': In a J.l.ooO( or $4000 house It Is a cide. Then a wise man )present Inter-
.i : i flirjt'.li! the patriotic M'lieromtj. ofT 1! very common matter to wire for electric fered and said: Yard Magnolia Avenue and F. E. C. Railway. Alto

's w. "v.'the CoIJ1{ ( ') I I II : I. J. rlMj! ::" of It. MO:i a \.ihuMe addition lights/ but by giving the subject aI "I object to this high handed procedure Plans, Estimates and Superintendence. Real Estate office
.:J .J" : h:is I't' 't':1 miile t<. the A\bite I little further attention with your ('leeI If this person Is to be seized on i
W. DlIOSDSO
l Jut door south P. 0. II. ifanager
cjf : ,
m louse tvllo tlcm of presidential china.ruiiMMine | trlcal contractor and the architect it any charge It should he as a violator of
I. "f four putts'' of Jt'ft'noou! I j possible to arrange outlets! for light the pure food law" Daytona Florida. Phones at office yard and residence.
\ North B cich..st. Groc r. I ware which! IMO.IUI I :: | to a Hue and !Ittie "How no?" exclaimed every one In
: white dinner i>.-t w hch: President Jefftrt : unison
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.: 1 olepMMrt) No. ll.felt.r : I >>iit>itl< r one of the hoot: valuable: privatecullf : wires lu a simple manner The 'er."
t .. r\r.i11t..i i..iiii ...i............. .l: I <.turns ..r old' (111111 in the I'nlted ; cost: of operating tory; later at lighting rates Whereupon the crowd released the i. ........+................. ......,.. \ ..i+sI

s i Mates. i would not be large, for the reason woman and with one accord banged
--- ---- --- that the electrical tle'lcTbleh will I tbe author of the pun.-Judge.
EDITORIAL FLINGS. be used on such a circuit consume I CONRAD iiiim aSuccessorCto I
'A Mittrrbt; entlal Importance I only n MII ill amount of electricity and I Io s. l.e.eeme.t.
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I n ;i t| That l i,:ii.hluaunhuistalkingabout !' :
> are generally used for only short interals Vt by don't you devote more time .
li. r;householder, 1I\lIilnli..n andani- i I "the j.itl I....+ \II..rl".11I factu '\rr saw ', \ They would comprise, for ex-: to study?" said the serious person
Ic t, I larV' wioipun[ | 'nt flioulcl receive: lb grratr.t : us on |pa' (d.t.t lulttlo Ulade amide the chafing: dish, the coffee per. "What for?" asked the nonchalant i ( : }.t. T. Conrad k Co.) |

:; t_ I IMF--- iLl!*. .iltt t .ntion; and worn not plumbing ) I .V lrudiug L:i;.;li.h |,h.iM iciau. rtrviiimends | cola tor, heating load cigar lighter citizen. .
:: i* ill !I... nixtalled; < il> plumber of the '' a ",,!'l.ut hour In the home shaving Ring curling iron baby milkwarw..r. "So that you will surpass all other

: ,1':- highest rrjiiito; and nee v:ho ki-cps up w ith eterv dtJ. mi I imi.osibility in many small. frying pan and manyotherl'a.sler's people In wisdom""I i Carry a Full and Complete :
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r I llretalei.1 titnpruvrmrntshnuldlwemploy h"ult'-\I.r.u t4 t.t Hte'U'OII.JO\lrllal. Magazine don't see the good of it It's hard

i.- .', this subject Ire oiii i.l.lrrattun sir 'Ihoinas L.ptmi; says that Auierlan enough to keep from being lonesome hIt Line of Plain and f!
f ,, 'r l'tt) I If you liav e ; \m< .. ouieu are the I lest lu the world. \ Hale of ('..tto.. -\\ashington Star : Fancy 21GROCIRIESJ

..' .x consultation with the tin(lrrmn >\'e had Sir 'I h.lma.tit'VOVt': on that In order to see how far a certain bale
,. : loci 1 \\itllH-4.f\ l tllp og'rpitL,1'1". infonuatloii a Ion:; time ago.-Carthage of cotton was shipped before being !. tfce tfcolr. :

Democrat manufactured Into goods, W. II. Parks "The soprano gave the choirmaster a I
: DWOHAPiUMBiMG lu Massachusetts! woman Is raising ; Jr.. of Ennls. Tee, placed a note In a canary for a birthday gIft" remarkedthe I
I a disturbance t lcanv she found a cigar 1 bale which was shipped In the autumnof contralto "aud he's uuuied It after

f l Uti HEliTlte CD. stump lu tier Mhusa:':e. I'nder the pal! avktni; the t>erson who finally her.
lad i new law .it should hate been labeled i rcceited and opened It to write to him "Cjulte appropriate, eh T replied the
c Flq t bone 64Ask "This cvutalne high grade Ha used tenor f
sausage i and tell him where the cotton was
i ,CII..r.-(1\\13n.1 Leader : and what price was paid. The bale "Yes. 1 understand the bird can't CLOVER HILL BUTTER. I

A New }'irV woman Mas awarded traveled many thousand of miles, as sing a little bit"Catholic Standard I 2

'.. .l:..\.... : 11 i, ..., .... ....... alimony at the rate of $S a week For .: Is shown by this! letter which Mr and Times .
., ele\eu years she allowed! her husband Parks received' recently from Ueval. ; I Ii
o. ode Oaaltloa. i Conrad
A .... 2 to pa>' her $:J2 a month She has only ,' Iberia which is Situated on the Baltic The Grocety Cfariljjany
read
f for the : Meanley-No, sir. I don't believe In
just woke up to the fact that she is out sea;
.1' gala). More :itt" ntloii hcuM l>e paid to Hetal Russia AUK 23 (Sept. K). paying fancy prices to have clothes i E. T. Conrad & Co's. old stand 2NN11

::-L:;: -: .. with the stain of i jI Esiire's'mathematics. in girls' .t'bolllHurralo and The blank bale Memorandum of cotton: In which were your found letter was made bought to ready order.made Now,for here's$990 a suit If I I .11.1u..1 Z11u 4s1Z 1.\.. 'i i11N. Jf

: received at the Baltic mill. Reval. Ruii should tell you I paid (25 for It.wouldu't :
ala via Bremen bought from Oebruder _. .
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: ENGLISH ETCHINGS. Fritze of that city at 6.K<1. a pound. you believe it? .......................... -
Kuox- might If you told me over
I fjlgtil lAlAt s: ; I Ic : 4 Tree Freak.A the tet'phone.-I'hllade-I! Press
1- Oaytona Bakery IhirtJ-k*. poluvmeu have joined the

.rr fur l.. udon Instruction'oullty In c-uuiKll liddlsu special class rare trees proof Is offered of the by vitality a poplar of in certain the- Jilt Like Caarlle. Daytona Transfer S Livery StaWec.

"1 bet 1 know something that youdon't.
village of Gunteu on the Lake of
The uumlirr of houses is Increasing
!; steadily "
., H QUO I lu England, notwithstandingthe : Tliun When about twenty years ago.a said her little brother. E, Johnstoxi. Proprietor '
..c .".,.. .. ... C. fountain was placed before the post- "Wbat is it?" the ;young man asked. ,
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:; :) ; .: I multiplication of motor cars
: 'i \ i i ollice building of that place the builders "When sister kissed Fldo l last night> I have the best livery in the 1 ,'
:.;.:; tr.."'-. It Las been suggested; lu London thati she rubbed ber nose and said "On you '
Proprietor.I \ used for a shank and girder of thewater with white '
'is''''' : all of the unemployed be placed on the tickle Just like Charlie since he's begun city evicts who ,
: Juries, for which nervUe 1d) cents a conduit a young poplar trunk to raise tnustache"Cbtcigo: fI}hlttat \ ith ill WidSllVer
NI........... ............ .......................... I I day Is paid. which they drove into the ground and Record.HeraldXoiklac.a are .
In which the 1.lpeTItS inserted. After tooi }oh fills
A statue InVelIs cathedral, England
a short time the trunk began to throw
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representing "The Fruit Stealer fc t B TralB.
,ntlest**+ # riritjtftirirttkJiit, ****o *****************t ******.. Is almost an exact copy of the features i, out shoots!, and today It Is a tall tree, Ills Wife (angrlly-So you hate Tipbed Rigs. : :

N. ERICKSON i.i i i. of Mr henry Campbell! annt"rm8.D. I I now with heavy completely foliage.overgrown The water, and pipe it Is Is nothing but your Income. When hid you .--r- Phone 27, opp. Public Sckool. \ [

The statue l Is carted on a capital In sight to of water proposed to me you said you .v. .. .. . '
the nave of the beautiful! dumb and i a strange see a jet money to burn. ....1N1.11...NNN1....1 ........ ... .. ;$.
i Cabik> ePicture t i M' aher. Wood \Vorher. Is about UO years old. stream forth .from the interior of the Her Husband-And 1 told you the

The British confectioners are making; :, uninjured tree.fhlae.e truth, my dear. Haven't I Just paid fora i......... .i..iiii.itti i ...... ... .;. t....
I Door and Window Screens Aihde! to order ton of coalBoston Transcript
Frames the
: a determined effort to secure repealof Pirate I OPEN SHOP Magnolia Avenue ff

| Cottage Aven ut'. DAYTONA, FLA.. II cannot the sugar make reasonable duty, alleging profits that under they ;' \\'hen Chinese pirates are caught and *ot HU Faalt. II
convicted the
] they speedily pay peal -
.hi i ik...xii.............****.*11tr'titrtllrlrx4r*.***.**.: present condition The prospect Is. l i alty of their crimes. newspaper of
not hopeful, a. the government needs the far east publishes this bit of news: W. H. WRIGHT & SON ,
-- --- --- the revenue from the duty. "Seten ef the pirates who took part in

the attack on the river steamer Sain-

If thinking FACTS FROM FRANCE.A am were beheaded In Canton. The Painting
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you are -
PUMPS I prisoners! were brought on to the !
man has been imprisoned in Paris j ground In baskets from which they I Decorating \
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of heating your for making his donkey helplessly, drunkIn were immediateiy-rlessed. They were

the streets, then made to kneel lln a row. Promptlyon
I'aperhanging: i iW
THAT home or your hotel There is at present lu the :Mont de I the stroke of 12 the executioners
Plete at Paris a necklace whKh :Marie took up their positions In front of the

see us, we are Therese of Austria gate to her daughter doomed men and cut off their heads in \ ', st of Ridge wood avenue biytolU.. F1ol1daN f
Marie Antoinette It Is in pawn very quick succession to the accom
DIIMD in the business. for IS.WWWorkmen. panlment of loud shouts from the Chinese .... ......... ........... .. ...'.. .MMMMMM.t:
spectators"Balloon
who were digging a trench ..Nt ..........i........................ i :
f In the Rue le la Mellle Peterie. Or-
We sell the best line
ItapeiA 4, n.rRRISOV 2
leans France. discovered the remainsof -
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A :\ York concern has begun the t
of Hand and Power the first statue erected to the memory manufacture of a specially made rope I A close examination of tkctrical J
of'Joan of Arc The monument Is for balloon purnpses One prominent -- I al work finished and! cfclrttd for g

Pumps ever offered in 343 down years for cannon old and balls was in partly 1792A melted aeronaut: has given It an order for GOIKK ,- !, i from this chop. choirs.ho"' iKjo .rely i

') feet Heretofore these explorers I I and nonor&bl? ire transact. our
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l Daytona for the money. French l>barrister whore client had of the faithless upper regions! have t business felwtrieil RpUri rv J ;
the misfortune to be found guilty\ :
appealed been compelled to Import the rope ,J/f
t eeite tpecial fcttenllofa. ( Those
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Pipe Fittings of trial a Juryntan on the ground was a!'leep that. during The court the now needed being for their made excursions In America The U Land kind The rat Ooe-My husband doesn't :2 't who employ, us t!vtr iJ-erry Ibottl i! !

of cassation has held that the juryman. from the finest Italian: fiber and support me like he used to. our chartes, ,and .they, Iniw before ;.;
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kinds.Staples&Cutten being asleep, was technically not spun to The Thin One-Well, when yon married i en{ jlct eta that our frirVmafiihlp :|
all t pus.. laid up with the utmost care so as .
ent during the hearing and hits < I produce the greatest possible tensile him you only *lfhe4 about a will be the best.DaytbhafelcciHcCo..
I ed the verdict and ordered a new trial hundred pounds,-Philadelphia Press i
strength with a minimum weight I

.. t 4 Klm4 W.rl. I Ii d < I j.|
I i CHI \\ nth tt Lg The Neat Step. Tb trouble with that talkative person -
aRAns Thj boatswain of the Caspian. an The schoolmaster of small *
a village I'
U that h* frequently contradict
him I : : 232 South Beach Street. .
schooner, brought with ,
asked
English his pupils the following question hlmMlt."
from India on a recent trip a strange I : "After listening to some of the NNtoHH.N.N...+i+ii..iii..ii..iiiiiiii..i.i. :

r, & CEfiTRU AUTO GARAGE animal-bird. which he always referredto "In a family there are fire children, thlags he says" replied Miss Cayenne,

as his "Tabby." It certainly looked and the mother has only four potatoes "It seems rather creditable that be ...44...........1N1.N/NN1.....N. .............
Phone 20. more like a cat than anything else, but i between them She wants to give snonM." W Star

,. '- ... .... .. .......- '-'- It was world.probably It bad some two freak pain of of the wings anImal every she going child to dog an equal share What I.1 -Political ashl&rton Da* *r*. I J.I t C. BUtL R & CO. : :iE.I--I

but could fly only with difficulty, lib .' Silence reigned while everybody Hewell-It Is bard for a woman to E
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a tame duck thought bard till a little boy stood up understand politics 2 .
and gave to the great surprise of the Powell should sty sot! My. wife J Cottages for Sale or Rent. Life Fire and ACCMenf fAUlraoce. :

The hardest thing to win in the toaster the following answer: liked me today if a candidate wtowaa 2 *
Phone 234, DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
fineJi Printing at Gazette-Newsoffice world is your own self res"ect.-SL t -Mash the potatoes, sir."-Judge's .Krttcfe.*! at aa election tier bad
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If You M the BEST ORANGE WRAPS Ask fort I I Da)light Tides on Daytona Low..8e.h.high I THE-.DOLLAR.- Time I'I'Ita '!. M.' ELLA- DE VOY. &-!:


Feb 1._........_.._ ..12:4': 6:15 | Evolution From the One :

.. I': Fcb _... _..__. 1:30 7O'J Bleat or Dellow. I LADIES' HATTERS ;_
ln;. Nor I':
rOIlD
"some
8:00 dollar took
Feb 3___. 2:20 : The
I't Feb L_.".__.__.3:10 S.j) did It[ formerj! ring true. but 1"lIn'wurhaltvc .'. t Correct in Styles. Personal attention to{
:
a Meat t>r 'j Beach Street Daytona
I Feb 3_.__...... .,. 3.55 9:40: simply gate Xo G South
utl(
I ; 10:30 Cattle among: country folk at : .......++1..+.+.++...........+.+++.*++++.
Feb 6.................._. 4-4 time ccnstltuted[ the dollar while ,p-: uuItlve -

t 't r,4 k tnY OrRaC/' lrteQet'tKR. //tiL7 ;ti { A1Y It 4t.N! Feb 7___--.-.. .:31 1120 generally made use of any -
t Rc t r ., :e. + man
Its. t u L. r tt" Q ,
t tt1f 4 t Ii t a Ir ,fora s, .'a 3t 1 Feb 8_._._*._- ..- 6:10: 12:1:: article sufficiently abundant for the I ""' """"'
y111 l ate tea IR t? 14 "
? p t !'gttt. YYltT!'. h -r.t = at.e r.t'1q k R rto tAAR!.tt [ tR Feb 9_....".. ....._..:.. ;:O'J! 1:11 standard payment of all iiierchandi'' i..
I a f s R 8 I
{I' tt t kxl e ., t a -. aj r. s + ; Feb 10 ....._..... ._._... 8:10 2:10 Thus, In ancient Orevtv. a tort11; t I.
Gbt R !' Gt..: 1. r a n ssn
a R;,. t i is a l R ee t1G'r t 1 tK lea.on Feb 11...... ................ ..... 9:13: 3:10 bronze tripod had the value of a doyen i!
a !ti % u.t. J: J ( t n l 'I n 1 i w,nn'pi. :
i It t'AAlt1'/r trt/ > % r f d uli it [ tt r o R / S t R Fib 12 ................."......_.10:I 0 4:10 01 en. A good hardworkins | [ San Mateo Ciga I
n 4 it wJ Au giten In t.'I: _
: a i f ..u 0 ter .L ih ; : aortl1t Mt.roA. 'r eta ..e! i ,aalSa'ct near I Feb 13.........................._11:00 5-01: on the other Land four was such; brast i 1

1 s }f, r"'lOn iDt tKlat+ IRM 3n ,,ii i,1 .tog Feb 14......"....................11:43: 3:45: change; for only fOf motwy i
ttt 1lt L 12 a; +ISt 1 7 kA When metal tool the pla !, y Iri l Feb 1.3..........................12:15: 6:25 Its tradition ami : :I
t A # t e h Y:9 5 1 Nei I C lr K +tl< the dollar clung to
eA o tiff s .r rl =[ t r tr t __ R. t l t A t I i A i Feb 16............_.............. 1:00: ( 7:03 still called after lire fctot; .!... i Have Made
e L eS' a X r Y R K 1 R to 4:1; t t tit.M coins were
q GtO. f1R t LE 1 J.A aR..tex > I Ii Ecb 17-........................... 1:33: ;:3j Thus ""pecunia[ applied !., HW:. :..' : ,i

a E Q .tX 11 rtni a 1ngA dN .- >r et11f iA4 '# c # Feb IS......................... ... 2.OS: S'lO: money derived[ Its origin: from "iff1-1 ,

111( ask t ; }-* Qt t iI h t Ilrt.e.tl.e1 'S'RO a uaeai{ 1 1 lue;,+$1 n x a i; I I It I Feb 19 ....._... .... ........... 2:45 R:9J (cattle). From the cirtuni of r..,mf'. 2'' ,
i e+ >a 1 + / ; 1 .
r 1Gphe Feb 20..................._.._.. 3.15 9:20 beads of cattle came the preM-nt il,Mg [ A Reputation of
R -hn9ff jt Ma ; i '
Pt f ; Feb 21...................._....... 3:;.> 10:05 nation of a sum In h-.ctIltill tr

!t. 3 !a a yC11 t e t cl.t ,/ a1 .al Il 6 17 AI a f3 x u t t s,e Ffi If t >n t e e1d, 1 >R Feb 22..................... ...... 4:33 10.50; "capita"( (heads). In :Sanskrit: r*tipi | ,,
e h a + a tt > K r H r made or the In i t
qdtt a Rir.t4 ta I Feb 23_........"...._....... 555: 11:05: (nerd flock) roupya) eUttruui

,. X _n//MN s 4 c'c't. R M itNq r t1 a ?r+ t ,: : :1tYnk:6 p I Feb 24..... ...................... 6:03 12:03 dian or admixture rupee, while of gold iutrots and of silver wl1\1II'' Their Own.

.2 r rtr;ke + Flit(+' X'to R .T a ti t i6 Jt*tlt iii atlE N et t 1t, t_ a> r.<',_*. K K9. 't. t1 r I i Fcb "25.......?.. ................. 7-OS 1.-05 first In use as money bore the iuipron I

e i., 1 G Jt t lGlik 1- Aitl u 4; Pt u ltls L to 4> f Rt t J 1 tf 6i./tTr.d.;'; M.rhCDe Feb 2tL...................._. S20 2:19 of an ox or cow. I i

S t.r r&p a R htmi.i lea e a e !1 ,S d l m..rrm Eeb 27_-...............-.__ 9:2S 3:30 Not clumsy, but too fragile, were the

Ft' Feb 23._...................._10:32 4:40 shells in use as money by the negroes The} success of the San Mateo Cigar is one b

Best and most economical to Use ,; Feb 29........................... 11:30: 3.33 of Africa and throughout: ancient Asia the greatest industrial triumphs of the EastCoa.ince '
I where the natives taken by its I.'atity.

t, Forenoon and afternoon tides are aj 1>- gave the shell a money value.-R HoltLomni .
LOOK FOR THE LABEL-THE JAPANESEGIRL:: IN lOt"I' the freeze.
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protimatcly at the same hour. Automobiles In Harper's Weekly. I

,, can be driven en the beach two
FOR SALE BYR. I I hours after high tide and within two THE MINE PACK BURRO. Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the penis;'

I hour of high: tide. : sula of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce and write

MALEY\ Daytona, (0. .A. DREKA & CO., De Land" I -- --- Information Gleaned by the Newcomer I j 1 IXH! with the rich, silky leaf grown on East Coast plantation! -
In Camp.
i j I I \VLat i h Lily Water? Call Tat lIe was a newcomer In the mining: I the cigar industry of the world has never produced bctteigoodL"For il*
AlcCALL New
IRELAND &
.. Smyrna. the electric light plant. camp, and as, everything he saw appeared I ) sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by theUnlcaijNews i

n: . :-..:. : .'.. ..:=.:.'.=.. .. .-.: .- .,-.. '. :-:-: .-. .-.- -=-=-- ,-. = t --. .----- --. .,- .-._-. -- a rapid novel fire and of questions Interesting that: he serer kept I j I! I Company on every train entering Florida. -|
., ) AAAAAAAAAAA".."' ''. .''... ...... ************** up
************ *************************** ed foolish to the boys.The '

a .:: Fronting on tLt' Ik-trj Light! and : mighty placid little pack bnrr aostiy! I Twenty sizes, styles and grades to select fror&
: Halifax Ri"PT. :\IOt.rnlmpron'mf'nt) I
: THE HOWARD \ ears and voice[ pleased him Iniuivc- 1
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... .. ly, and he supposed; they were kept us I TON SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
.. .. pets or else as camp scavengers: to I
r t .. All Modern Improvements. New Dining IJoom: \-MeJ-l J old and I. .Manufactuivd By
1 nibble the labels from cans I

SCHMIDT'S HOTEL : :* Cuisine l unexcelled J cat stray newspaper lie caiu ;11.'fO"S j I I SAN MATED ry
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S W ROWLEY
The Howard has I.irjc parlors, broad \erand.is one tucking a wbeell.u yow spvuri.il on
; l Formerly S..bmi.t'8"illa.) spacious lawns; i.+ | I FLORIDA
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: centrally located, a few rods from the Halifax nicer, on Volusia Its tack with wheel Burl liandVs! I.' the ;!

1 :: HENRY SCHMIDT' &: SON, Proprietors, : : avenue, the main thoroughfare from the depot-: f five minutes walk # air. '
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t DAYTONA FLORIDA. J to Postoffice! stores, rtr I;; fir,,t il.i; ,.- :anti l hi.n.eliKe +* "Msr.: ...ni man" ht :t:,kerl| tl.! ,i. _- '-l I! JJ UainJu. jjulgJyliAJj Ju gL liuiyU Unfei
t' .. : ('r. "van 1 jou tell imvliy tiiy .. tie

: *. J Prices Jea: nahle. :-PNiallat.: : .... l J.y the Month Ill' :Vaviri' ** .alej i i'i tit-d t-* the \\bwHarn I In
.. .. that ...)M fa'|iH.ny* FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWli
.. Fine Home Table IMijrhtful : I JOHN C. "1 *!V re ..-\11. :traact." 1'11,11.1| i I.: it

I t Reasonable Rates Sunny Room* HOWARD, Proprietor. at'uauuulattugiudhiltt.il.[ !! 'Tiii-lit e ,4'
<< i I. Jns ilias int-n acquire} S l It::: ,,ill ,-v a: i LOCAL TIME CARD No. 73. IN EFFECT JANUARY 7,
t, 4NO1" Vy..?V4.4444444.444444. *.aa44.xU4sa4i ..4........................ #.. ....4................. pal lltr :::ins fur a !1-, let Jt '.1' '
_____._ ___. __ No. 99 No. 33 No. 29 STATIOSS.No.. 78' 0. 74
._ __ ___ __ Built, I\, mil,,'. hit', I..b..IS the :.1 .1 Daily I Daily I Daily
"j ***.......****************************************** !i i..I I, milkI! i I- !.", d-IIjraf: t.t \ elk ::11!i :'It" ... Dally Daily
t bOO pm 1000 am 100 am ...._.. ........... 7110 pm 740 pm /
:: Accomodates : i I way ifM-r lltviu rottg'i I I'.i it'. lilt i.1 910 pm 11 OO.m 8 20 .m Ar..........St. Aognttiae...........Lv e20 pm e40 pm 711
Fifty. ] 1015 pm (168em VI! am ........... l'1atk..LT 611 643 iii
THE pm
"THE PINES NEW HOUSE. .. BENNETT | luau :: All Conveniences jt V Ilotl.dl! !! l.i.-u L.i.t d.>-.'- ;i 1202 13pm tea. am L..Ormond.. ....5.T 122 pm 165 pm 4U
121-1 am 145 I'm 1117 am Lt............ ay1ooa..LT 107 pm I" pm 111
:vituatci] that other -10"'t'I.". It Ja% 'Kur Ir4 t ISIS em 222 12000'11 LT.,.........\ 144
; "ii rclobratrd J.m e.Sm1flla..A..LT 210 117
pm pm
thortHQlifan1 : .
i i : Rates: $2.50 Per Day and l.p. Special l by, Month Ifi-lijovvic-l l'eta.e ou .M: \\'. hll': .ll. but its r.uifv n--ilu IM.m 317 pm 112 pm Lv.............Titatrille..Lt 112 pm 21S pm 511
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2:19.m 335 200 Lt.
: IiO << : J.m pm .Rockledge..Lv 1227 In a JII 141
; 1 .1 IJ:>| ... Anattractive house with large and airy I rot.nihot and cold water through( I II.' J 247 .......... '
: bouse salt hat .. ., and u Lout iKilh. All white h.lp. O titlfti 's -- pm Lt..Melbourne. .Lt 1144 am >r
sulphur mater h% .1t""tr"'lIllllt l furnace! bent and telphon.Some < f:r Mnoking; awl 611 60, pm 450 Lt.FortFierce. .... .
i. ; :: of Garden the leasanttcatureot"Tbt affording n nnrt lew'Tines"of the country arolt.wtdevrrandasud, river and c'-nn Its It..f ,, *It reading) r.Mirii- adjoin tl..lmlltlfII" -uu |parlor :a.d'wt.( i..ll-i ".Ifirr.I .* Eating on the Trr.in In C-.i-: .. i l. 23.m 71); :: 715 pm 655 t: Ar..wegPalm Beach.::::::.t I : :: 945 135 :: :i
808
705
As nilas: pm 730 VI7 110
pm
ct Ar..Rorall'o1ndaDa..LT am
am
; :: "The Pines"H situated cm South lU : .. Koumsslngli'orrn >lllte..lth..r without prlxattliath. ; : Open from December 1 to May J. taut[ a liizlu-r rate of "I".i i tlMdi t. en- 10U.m 102i: pm 1010 pm ..............} .._. ..........Ix 430 am 715 am IOt1
: tyliui'iii,.s |.r h ur travel i is 1'Jw| .......... ......... I 630am Lv..itiamL..............Ar._...... .,........ 110 J
t : OPEN HO.\I; \(1 l'1'\ ,Lll: 1 15 'io .'\;\Y 1 i. : I I.: : Terms on \I'I.li'atie'lI .: and l tedious tlioiisrli fairly t ,.nrnr' .......... .......... 800 am At..... ..Dally....Romettesd.exceptCandar: ...........Lr ..........!'.......... _301.

t at/If mill \<> t-iijoy pliu iue Inlet av |
<< MRS. J. B. I1INSKY: << PALATKABRANCH 1
Proprietress.
: # slime the leisurely inliiTcriiKx1: ff thpnuLtnl
f.: :: .. ALBERT BENNETT, Proprietor. : to nl, du 1:1.111.111.1: [is alna.\4 I: Leave I EAST PALATKA I Arrive I Leave 'I PALATKA TO '
: .. 338 South Ridgeood Avenue e DAYTONA, FLA. .. the tln.M-11 tiuw He N w i-e who Paratka TO PALATKA ,Palatka Palatka\\ EAST PALATKA Pakt
tarries -
r, ." .* 1t..4..............,........ ............... I 6:0 .m ...... .....,. i .. .... .... .
" ........ ......................... 1141441111! Kis own lutu lti( >u<. iinl Clever ar- .No. 46< Dally. '' boo am bJt em i. No. 47 D.lly. 6C6t
620.111 ........No.4.' D.Uy..1 640 am Swam ........\o. 49 ).lly........ 9201914.m
I 1 ************************** ..***.*.... *. .. ..- .. daluty tea l>.i"ikftmore tudisiensable I ._......No. 00 llaJly....... j 1955 am I'1130 am ........No.5! 1Ily........ 1100.
M.. ...........__.....................NNNNNN,1lagnolla .. than on these long journeys. :SpanMi 1205: ( 1'111 ........fin. 62 Dally....... 1,225 pm 300 I'm I .......No. 63 Dally........ 120rI
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I 415 1'111 .. ...No. bt 1)1ly...... t 4M pm 445:>> pm f. ....... o. M D.lly........ OIJ

THE CLEVELAND, Oppo Avenue ite Poj-tOflKC, I I ;j PALMETTO HOUSE etiquette before partaking dt-maiids of his that foul the l must traveler I"J\ \i l 650 015 pm m ::::::::.No.56.No.M rw::::::: 1035 610 pm m 1040 940 pmI m L :::::.: :by; r.W:.::::::: 11001

I lltcly offer it to those who share the SAN MATEO BRANCH

t S. B. GREEN, Proprietor. i :M'c II Known and Popular :. be toiupartmeiit graciously with accepted him.or It decliuml may either In i I i Polak.Leave I EAST TO SAN PALATKA MATEO ''Arrive Mateo Mateo Sin EAST SAN MATEO PALATKA TO fAm-


e!; New House. New Furniture. Steam Heat. Sanitary PlumbIng. *4r no country is it fco diihtult to travel uo am .......o. 45 D.11y........, 4ti0am 4551m .I ...__ .No. 48 Dally........ JUt
; Gas LfgLted.: Everything Up-to-lalc. i and to secure iufortnati in. as lot lit- :< 123 pm f.. .......No. M Deny........ 346 Jim ISO am 1........o. M Da1ty........ 410.
J ( tie English is 1'1'VL.t.'u.t.'U Ity important .lt.OS I.m ....... o. 69 DaU ........ 1125 i>m IUO Tom .......'"o. 60 Dalltr....... IUOJi
I I Rooms Only. I louse \o\v open) for 190';-0 .' Overlooking( the beautiful Halifax' River, : I f.tficlil.ls.-Tran:1 Iagaziue.I |I 1?: fiL21 No.19 No.17 MAYPORT !\0.11 1'0.20 .1'10.1'
: 'I Onlj 8uo.
I uolnj eiSlun I
i. BRANCH
Daytona.honH'lik Daily
(' and eomfurtaMe : I Dally OnlyDeill
J Not Business.
; 200pm 1010.m 600 pm BOO.m Lt..J.cksontlne..At:
CENTRAL AUTO (IIARAGE.f : hOIl C>. Fir.st-dass in all Two highland farmers mt on their. I i i 240pm. 101Aam 6401'10 114O.m LT..l'ablo BKch..Lv 730tm aOOam IOOpm0',
n-siK-rK: J III Jim IOC>6am 8411 pm 84S.m Lt- .AtlaotlcBe.ch.-Lv. 1219pm 4Ut
way to tbunh. j I I 3t9Pm 1110.m 700i.m ..... e44am 1211pm 'Up
I i 900.m Ar. M.n>ort.. ....L.
f' Charging Plant Cars Florid.: Caroline. BatUncs C3lin kr Oil. Iall." said Donald. "I wa> :s won- I I "lOam 1200D'D 4001.
: C. O. CHAA1BERLIN\ I l NDalifo. : loraal.City Braad'! No.2 No.4
1 Proprietor. : derin' what you willjv a!
1' Repairing Promptly Attended To. i rt. ............,........... Lit sheep| over at your fctfitdiu'V" 31Spm 930am Lr.fiewFmrra.At. 100 pm 630 pmpm9690 .
am
LTTltuITWeAr r
*4 ************************** "Man." ri-iillwl <)ii.il "1 vnc< 400 pm 1100 am Lt.Lake Ileleu Lv. 1211 601 !

... .... ....... thiuklu I wad l>e wautiu Txi s-liullin's 41Sj.m 411pm 1J80am l1:20am LT.Or.nge C1ty Lt.13 ob pDl 4 40 pm ..am. Ar.'..._Sanford...LT._ 00,.,
.. : Ar.Orane; CIty Ie. 1200n'n Ban".. .::..:.:.....................?....,..
I : .... I
.. fur that
NON ..... ihfvp" --
--- O1O OO O1 OO.oOO.....OO...e.e..eeea PEM>SCI.AR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP
NN N NN N .v r* "I will tak' it at that." said IN nald. I Ib. I Close COVygCTIONS AT MT ,
Connections!
.i Open Jf or Business.f : "hut, ()( man, oug.il. I am awful Made at Miami With Steamiblps of the P. &: 0. S.S. Co.for :

r The Lane furpri!..,t-d at you doing l>u,.ln.!ss on the NASSAU. 1IAVANA AND KEY WEB 1 1of '!

Ivy Inn f THE STILLMAN u.4"rAV! | | Sat"Itusiuessr 100Itl1." rite...and-Thes.depart TIME from TABLES the seacral.how stations the tlme.a': bat their whleh tralDI m..beexpede4te.
vxtlaImttlDoiiff.il. arrhal
Ian .Ialed II Dot paraDteed. nor doe. the o.departure al the u.
Enlarged and Improved t I Sill in' a sheep like that fur air bhullin 01' any .nn..ge.ncn R"hlnlf thf'.from.Company held Itself responsible for U711
,
: In (Center of Business 1 District.) FurI j, Is net business "
4I' Law Well ". at nil. It's just tharIty "o 'z.; theTim 1 Tlaericx.ET Card or Other Information

With Increased Facilities in All Departments, will Le able in still\ I'' : lIi llt'l JU{ IIIST:; Well Heated. IVi>onal I At- : -I'uudte) \.hertiser. J.D RA NER, AssiStant::li3 Qentral Put. Agt., AGENT ST. AUQU3TINE," FLORID

larger degree to please and satisfy those who desire refined l t tcntion Given to Coinfoit' of ( ;Juests.: t He Had the Name.

I i elegance as well as All Comforts and Conveniences J 1 First-Class. Chef. White Help then She she had Lad gone J.up:' ne the donut(scales the once scales cu-1 t {

s Open from November to May.WAI. :. last tilt' Lights: ., Math : Then she had: done the same thing i i I '
over again. titter which ?
some out A FULL
4> : Rooms With asked: i
l. W. FOLTZ Lessee. or Without 1 Board.I "'11 what school of music were you | _

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f In an
undertone'i PR
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51 LORIUAE It was a riding t;<:bocI.." *
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rIf' 1..5., i And tll1'eere many present who E $A2
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HOTEL DESPLAND > modern Neither .onvenicnces a boarding hou and"e nor prp- deemed the sentiment a good one. aka__ r ill ,

J" l intended to Le in the nature I -
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i elegant private borne for the travelling public located in the Fair Share. '
I J DAYTONA, FLORIDA. 1; J Lloekj minutes' walk from the Ix-uh, Term; <:3.t OD i per day. UI'-tO-1 It was at a theater In Manchester \ J1
rates for the
t-eason or for
parties. The king: aged and infirm, ;
blessed
was
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1 .. .................. with two sons. lie was pacing up antI' i

"The Favorite." Steam Heat ...................................................... down Lied look the stage with a wearied trou- N>ir.yuMtt rth lt t tit ?' 10
exclaiming aloud
"On which
. Op.'nalt 'h. Dear Newly .'urnlch<-rt t:xIl"nl North' Taber l of the I M
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>e my suns shall I bestow 11- ,
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i. Open. for the Season 1907-08 under management of : I crown Immediately came a voice j i $ 129
The Glenn MRS. ELL.111. GI.KXN, rroprutn&- : front the gallery, "Why not '
'arf !
: J15 X J Heath ?f.. DI.t..nl. I-'h. I acrown
I Al. \ ,Ai T Owner and Proprietor. !! : Centrally Ixx-atnl : apiece, guv'nori"-London Mall 'i
M Facing the Halifax( River: t CHAS.
S'i' : i The Prodigal Son. i S1 CO \ ANY
With ,
Boating and
Fishing almost at the iKmr! l'ro i.al-rather. .\f .\ I .
1N11 I hate
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************************** *********K.t 'A'.A'A...*** me"Confound enough you! Haten't you cost I f fr I,riee List. and. lewis RK
already
without adding the '
I City Hotel. !: TH E COR.NLROLUSIA: A\D: ext env. of a funeraU"-Llfe. 1 i X:1
MORGAN : ...........
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: I-! .\ elegant/ nut h..use with The Usual Way.
:>ti.iti !Il 1 to Electric Lights Bath i
r OPEN All THE YEAR i iLLLCTR1C Plumbing., I'll'a!;.;.int Surroundings b<.. Within three minutes walk sanitary of the : I. ".Say. loOP. what's a raffle MALLORY
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.. dfp-'t p M..ajn: 'tons; a::d hun hI-. Ot.i blotk torn Ferrx and Riv r raffle, my son, Is where I bay .

i : : ___LIGHT: j\14! AIRS. B. P. SMITH, Proprietress. :r. it.and nlnetetn"Kansas the: fellow chances with on one a diamond chance wins ring :. L I INESSPECIAL II I'


ELECTRIC BELLS. ,': ....................................4............. I City- -Star.--, "

I T4' F, Hot Table and First Cold!.CL Baths--. i i li./iriii.rririiiri'fi....<<. ,i.........i'iii". "..ii.. "iii..i.i J.i..i iii.W..i.i...,..,,"",.;, PINE WOOD- : PA SSENGER-EXPflESS/! il

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i -- E President VrONRAI :: l.nrloit STEAMSHIPS. it
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Ii; P. -: GEO. H. MATTHEWS : : Cashier FOR rno"t tLur'ULllly f''luippt't 1 passenger f\team,,,L., the I
? .. SALE Ctlnllt
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MERCHANTS I NI" OVEltCROWIIx .
PROPRIETOR. BANK (;.
I I : Important STATEROOMS' \lm 1'IOSITIVELVOI \n.\\TEED :

************************* is I Capitaltocl:: ;...iKr.nholo............ .!J. County hank, ;: $2 and $2.50 tlIP.numl..r of berth on, or tllf the>tOe DIP"lIt'atin. nit no tickets WIll << *************************.1 ........ ... .. ... ... ... 50,00.) r a Strand ,, hiring an l'assenzers hnoJlaJ( 1; tapa ity of Dining I1nJ'1!! thug 111.0

THE .1 Personal Liability......... .. ... ... ... .. ........ .... JOOXiOTrarMCts ), : I'ASSExGERS; : LEAVE J.\CKRO.\'fILLE ertur and atttantion
: MAGNOLIA '" delivered
r .' from I IutchulSOil's [ S (See 'llf'.Jule of EVEHTill 1-:0.\\:: :
: a General ships in Florida
Banking Business. := : 1 1.0\n-T; TimeR-t7nion I
RIDQE>\ OOD A RATES TO
: ENL'C XI-W .
DAYTO.NA i
YORK
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FLORIDA. : AXil
: Wood \1.1. POINTS \ ,RTh e
Yard Including ,
f --t Large 4 HIT eont. Interest Compounded west of j j delightful D.YLiGHT SAIL t
Cuisine
sunny rooms excellent thrrgh tll"
Electric
Quarterly
light,, Furnace llfo : Paid : f'.BIOCS' I
and all modern conveniences. : : on i "SE.ISL.'DS.."
t Savings Accounts. } railroad on Magnolia : Through tieketawold to an Northern .. O
regarding points. l'ur fail tit': matiol
MRS. CELESTE r 3\"en-1 attrl1..tlOA ; :
HINKS >4
: Proprietress. : ue. tldeb. offt'retlby no other line .
: ; f'tt'. apply to ; diagram,". i It ss .r\'atloDI, !
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........NNiNtg... Valentines! Valentines IA'
Bigger as- J. M. Jolley attended the -- -
Republican School Teachers to
j I
DIaIstiator't
sortment than ever. All and all I I ,-,,<' .- ,
: prices convention at St. Augustine Thursday. '
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Loc8IParagraphS:1 In Coart
kinds at Clark's Stationery Store. At the meeting of the County Votasia County, Fla j
tTurkish bath sheets, 52x75 inches at Board held at DeLand Whereas Judge of aW. County: e
a e a
N..NN..HNI.MN....i Mr. and Mrs. J. f). C. Morris and little the Chas. E. Gardiner Co's. it was voted to allow the I o; 1s 1/ ktif o to this Court, John for Letters B. .Partinioa of "Admbi applied, tra- i

I New things in buckles, stick pins, daughter returned last Sunday from St. T. E. Fitzgerald left yesterday of/;- of the Holly Hill .ss/ A Word to Home Builders tion on the Estate of William H. Furr '

in. AugustineCoL $25.00 of their funds for I deceased, late of said County of Vohiala.
and neck
bat pin wear,just flight noon for Tampa to visit ihel/ate
I These are, therefore/to cite- and tad*
up to the' minute In style. Prices always Bryant, one of the patriotic men Fair and attend a banquet to the newspaper street in front of the I I We tike this opportunity to announce that our monlsh all and singular the kindred and

right. .of Daytona. has improved his property fraternity.t It was decided to hold t equipment fur for all creditors of the deceased to ha aad appear
caring
L H. ROWE & CO. The Jewelers with a fine garage. meeting of the Volusia! I II plumbing contracts before this Court, on or before the.
Have you seen the Souvenir Platesat Association during the last 'I 7 A: consisting of either new work or overhauling, b unequakd, 10th day of February A.,D. 1908, aDd '
The Hotel Despland was filled to its E. F. Oate in Jackson- I file objections, if they have to the
Attorney was Clark's Stationery Store. I I ruary, and all schools ,,' and we invite you to call and discuss the subject with us. any ,
capacity Monday night. ville this week clotting a deal for 22,000 granting letters as aforesaid, otherwisethe
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Stubenbord arrived I to dose during that y same will be granted as prayed.
Cranor's livery stable at DeLand was acres of timber: land. this week from Coney Island, and visibility of holding a : The workmen in our employ are competent and reliable Witness my name as County Judge of

estroyed by fire last Sunday morning. Bishop's Crystalized Fruits. are at home in their handsome residenceon tute during the latter part t mechanics, who have the County aforesaid. this 11th day of
January 190 344J. 1
New line of panama and Toil skirtfEt Hankins, The Druggist.Mrs. North Ridgewood. mer was.also discussed. I installed many bathrooms LEE McCRORY,

the Chan E. Gardiner Co's. E. D. Radcliff and daughter of fM. Ella DeVoy & Co., will open their i to which we, County Judge.

H. J. \Vilmshursf of Deland was avisitor Cincinnati,are guests of the former's Millinery Parlors at The Clarendon in Wedding Bells.The I ) as well u the owners I I

in Daytona last Saturday and sister, Mrs. L. M. Waite. about QBV week. announcements ii: I may >point with no I i Mayor's Proclamation

Sunday.! The steamer Uncle Sam started Tues- Henry T. Titus i is circulating a petition week of the marriage of little pride. I Of Annual Municipal Election.I .
_
day morning on a trip to Palm Beach 'asking the County Commissionersto Faith Fagen to John Roy i E. W. Greene, Mayor of the City of
J. W. Wilkinson left last week on a Tenn. Miss Daytona, Fla., do hereby call the .
with large list. call election Chattanooga, The material i iuse'is regular
a
an to determine the we
passenger on
visit to Palm Beach, Miami and the formerly resident of I annual election to be'held at the .
a
Florida Keys. Hot Sodas of all kinds at Young's removal of the county seat. held the best the market City Hall on the twelfth (12th) day of
a responsible position ii February._ D.. 1908, at which electionthe
Go to Young's Pharmacy for mineral Pharmacy t Meet me at Curtis' and try a Peppo years as manager of the X, affords. We call qualified electors of the city will cut

water of all kinds.'>" Geo F. Smith has laid a cement walk Phate for the stomach's sake. office, in Eastman, Ga. I I attention particularly1 their ballots for the election of the foI-

along his Magnolia avenue property The family of the late Gr G. Carter circle of friends in that to the fact that we lowing officers:
: ., One for
one
Rev. F. R. Marsh. of Winter Park, mayor year.
from the postoffice corner. wish to express their thanks to friends in Florida. )McLucas y handle IStevdanf* One clerk for one year.
has been spending a few and neighbors for the kindess shown known and highly One assessor for one year.
visiting his Dr. and Mrs. The Stillman, under the able Porcelain Enameled
ona, parents, management One collector for
them circles both in Georgia ; one year
Marsh. of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Stillman, is during their recent affliction. where they will make c\\\\\\ -fir'g Ware, which is so One treasurer for cne year.

enjoy' its full quota of guests. tYou pick the goods. We make the noga advertised in Four members of the city council for
Dr. Geo. E. Walton returned Wednea- home. They many warm widely two .
lay from an extended visit to Washing- Hilliard and family arrived Tuesday clothes right on the spot.! Burnett, the happy young couple wish all! leading magazines. years.Three school trustees for two years.

on. New York and other northern, from Dickinson, N. !>., and as usual Tailor, Cottage avenue. and prosperity. And to determine whether a three ((3)
Mints. / will spend the season in Daytona. The ladies of the Kingston Methodist I "$t4ttJ.1Nare has been manufactured for more than mill school tax shall be levied for the
ensuing two years.
Church will give a social tea at the par- Then was a quiet '( thirty cars. and piece bears a .Standard* "Green and
}Cigars! Full assortment of full tMeet me at Curtis' and try a Peppo ) every At such election J. M Carson, George
lavana. 'HanVins, The Druggist.. Phate for the stomach's Mike. sonage next Tuesday afternoon from "Manse"( on Ridgewood Gold" guarantee label. We have samples in our showroom, H. Clark and J. L. Lynch shall! act as-
two until five o'clock. Everybody invited nesday, Rev. Dr. Marsh inspectors and Henry Titus shall act as
Fred D. Miller of Atlanta and Cole and it"uu will call, will give you .Standard booklets to clerk. -
I
The ladies of the Baptist Church gave The contracting parties
Done under band and the seal of
he second of their Silver Teas Tuesday Danley, of Jacksonville, two popular Vroom study over lit jour home. ; my
prominent
fSouvenir Spoons, large assortment at a I the City of Daytona and in pursuanceof
n the Sunday School room of the transportation men, were in Daytona that will astonish Call and Jefferson N, Y., and Miss city ordinance, this January 7, A. D.
pnces you. JOE OSBORNE
hurch. Thursday who widely known and r 190S. E. W. GREENE,
see for yourSt'lC.11 goods engravedfree. Attest: Mayor of Daytona.A. .
Miss M. Ella DeVoy is entertaining J. C. Young, of Frankfort, Ind., is' the Geo. H. Clark. beloved in Daytona lircles. McF. PORTER City Clerk.

er sister, Mrs. J. F. Burton and her guest of his son, Garth B. Young. Mr. ding was strictly private, -
There will be at the Chris-
iece. Miss Lester C. Lincoln, both of Young left Indiana in the face. of a preaching timate friends being
tian Church on Palmetto avenue tomorrow MASONIC DIRECTORY.
blizzard. \ The happy couple left
rooklyn. blinding at 11:00: a. m., by Elder Frank J. noon train for the !southern ....N.......................................... ....1 HALIFAX LODGE. No. 81. F. A. )( -

fMeet me at Curtis' and try a Peppo fXew line of gauze vests, lung and London, former pastor of the DeLand State but will Meet 11'and 3rd Thursdays.HALIFAX .
return
soon
CHAPTER, yo. i, It. A. v-
hate for the stomach's sake. short sleeves. at the Chas. E. Gardiner Christian Church. Everybody cordiallywelcomed the remainder of the season Sleets tad: Tharsday.ORIENTALCOMMANDERY.No.

Mrs W: W. Moore returned to her Company's.The by the members. They have the best wishes I! FIRE INSURANCE i II Sleets!: Hb Thursday 5.K.T.- ,

ome at Bartow Tuesday after a pleasnt next Episcopal Tea will be given tM. Ella EeVoy & Co. shoat their Friends. II.J LIVE OAK CHAPTER No. 5, O. E. 8.-

visit with ber daughter, Mr. W. by Mrs. E. M. Steck at the Guild Hall spring opening today an elegant displayof I I MI Meets meet 2nd In Masonic and Uh Tuesday Hall, Orange 8"e.

dwell Hankins.* next Tuesday afternoon, from 3 to :;. new spring styles in ladies' hats.
Port --- -
Everyone is invited.
Rev. and Mrs. F. J. Longdon haveseen The local ball team is endeavoring to I I THE 1

the guests of }Ir. and Mrs. Wm. Judge Isaac A. Stewart, of DeLand, rejuvenate itself and expects to tackle Port Orange, Feb. 5' -A i t Bamboo

ueer. Mr. and Mrs. Longdon have was in Daytona Thursday. The Judge Seabreeze, Rollins: College, Stetson ists from the hotels and Zj

ust returned from a trip to New York. will be a candidate for re-election to the University and other teams. The team to Aurantia last; week to STRONGEST !

bench of the Criminal Court. still has a few vacancies and any visiting Miss Anna Will"OXho l I
Bakery goods, strictly homemade,
resh every day at Mac's Cafe. tf 1t For Sale-Hunting cabin launch, 23 ball players who desire to play are iting Mrs. Fox for a month : FurnitureIs

ft. long,6 ft. beam, 5J! h. p. engine A. requested to communicate with W. M. urday. AND i

Next Friday is St. Valentine's Day. C. McNeal, Ormond, Florida. 372. Hankins, the manager. Fayette McDonald( has .
number of business houses have in- horse his '
Kentucky to \ .
The Baptist has been improved Promote public enterprise by having
Cresting valentine announcements .on parsonage The ladies of Grace ;
by the addition of a bath and your clothes made in Daytona BEST nice and attractive :
[he front! page of today's Gazette-News. duct Bazaar in !
;
other improvements. A new artesian Burnett, Cottage venue.Mr.

Albert Dobbins succeeded in killing well has also been driven on the grounds.A Rutter the second lecture of afternoon and evening SS i
bur coons in three hours last Saturday. gave They will have a large COMPANIESREPRESENTED.\ for any part of the

:ie has many fine specimens of Floridaame large and attentive audience listened his course, Wednesday afternoon at the useful and fancy articles, .

to the lecture at the Baptist Church regular session of the Iindl'rgartenIothers' cooked food ice !
| mounting them being; pastime to (cream ( house. New stock at
im. Monday evening by Dr. Lincoln Hulley } Meeting. His subject was"liow Mrs. J. C. Nukes, who :

of Stetson University ou ''Hiley and the Shall We Teach Our Children," ing to Florida for twenty ). :

Turkey dinner every Sunday and Home 1'otks." and was very interesting and helptul. recently. She was delayed
day at The Howard If These meetings are held once a month :
accident in in &
Georgia \\ Co.
don't work
If gasolene dune Maley
The latest aspirant for the nomination right drop ypur a card to W. G. Hobbs, Box and are free to all. The next meetingwill seriously injured in a I CONRAD REAL ESTATE CO. I
he held at Palmetto rlul.houMarch -*,
i the office of sheriff of Volusia County 82,be will send a man to fix it.Tlev. time.
i Grover M. Allen) of Oak Hill. Mr. .nh.tLatest The ladies of the M 1. II.: FURNITURE UNDERTAKING J

lien Is a veteran of the Spanish-Aincr- C. O. Byrne, an eminent of Catho-The styles and samples for spring ed their Exchange in the l1.,0'....N........N.N....N..........+4..............:
tan War. lic'divine, of Buffalo, is a guest I and summer, 100! $. liurneit t the Tailor, Martin's store Tuesday

Despland. Last Sunday l he assisted i! I'Cottage avenue.IOST1Vednewlay. I I report having a very r ik- -J
R
Don't fail! to examine the summer Rev. Father O'Boyle in the services at noon. They \\ill hold it '\' I

teas goods at the Chas. K. Gardiner St. Paul's Church. 1 : morning! ,., Ir.1 k., I arkl .

ompanv's. 5tn, between the resiu.'nce of Mr. otter ii
McDougal the well known ; l
Duncan and the Clarendon or in the hotel a Bancroft Discovers rus urrt ar.. Q l
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Cochran of Dawn representative of the Peters Shoe Co., I
diamond horseshoe.:; If found please "Ban" Bancroft, of the i i 1
Pa., are expected to arrive today. was in Daytona Tuesday Mr. Mc- : b
return to The Clarendon or to James B.
"Heds"and of the
Ir. and Mrs. Cochran purchased Uleman Dougal has many friends in Daytona one : I ...a.
: Moore, corner Ridgewood and Orange ball enthusiasts in the VHE Ii
home on North Itidgewood who are always glad to see him. I ( "set"of the clothes either r:::? .
avenues and receive reward. wonderful exhibition of ..
bout a year ago. I makes or mars I nun's personal II ;
JGulf Refining Co., phone 70, kerosene I Ii in Daytona. The
ing \
Three launches for sale. Inquire of gasolene cylinder and machineryoils. I Ed. and Buck Clinton, father and son, From the Cincinnati Post appearance. jiM \ i H Eyes Examined Free. ;j
who have been trial at Orlando for
V. A. Barker Ormond. tf on
i
Office and warehouse at Daytona The irrepressible '- fii I Ii
arson during the past week, were again When you employ a tailor In
The brick work on the new garage Novelty Works, E. Dillingham, Agent. i convicted Tuesday. This is the third business: manager of the whom you have confidence you I{.i At Clark's Jewelry Stores.n .

erected by Elmer Oliver is of Smith- Reds, has returned from
ing pro- W.-W. Kenyon and family, trial iu the case-the first case having
when I I he his vacation, put the matter"rljht fitt1n,"up =-. sxsrur
and completedr.
Cressidg rapidly town Branch, Long Island, who are occupying been t carried to the Supreme Court and spent f

Oliver will have one of the finest the Despland cottage during I remanded for a new trial. A change of brings with him a genuine him and he takes the responsi I L. Z. BURDICK

arages in the State. tho eason, started Tuesday on theirJ&cht t I venue was then granted to the I riminal I the way of a baseball story. bility.
...
"Ju t back from \' /
the river.G. my
First class upholstering done at for a cruise down i Court of Orange County, and resulted in
791 'I Banny, as he drew closer When you !give us your order you Contractor IBuilder.Plans .
Hobbs, Orange avenue entrance to Pee) G. Carter, of Kingston, aged i a mistrial at the last term of court. The radiators in : s
BI! died Wednesday. The funeralwas I' specific charge against the Clintons is Garry putting your case In the hands I
years while I I
"and was away and Estimates Cheerfully -
the held Thursday afternoon from the the burning of the floodruh house: at of our city tailors. Ed. V. Price t
ork has been commenced on I thing brand-new, a new- :
canal between St. Augustine and Jack residence, Rev. Cooper officiating. Deceased -", Oak Hill about two years! ago.tMiss a spitball."A Company, and that is all the guarantee I :Furnished

aonville. When this cut completed it was the father of Albert Carter' DeVoy has lately returned bunch of fellows I you need to insure a perfectfit I,

will make an inland waterway along the and Mrs C. L. Beers. from Paris and is assisted; by Miss de I of baseball at )Daytona and over your form. I I Building] Cottages a

entire East Coast of Florida. I Piano Tuning-Adolph M. Jachdc Conde, who iim artistic designer act as umpire. I worked I

Mansfield's Creamery Butter and Pu- I will be in Daytona tuning pianos during from New York.11 the creations i pitcher most of the time For a reasonable! price we will Specialty.

rity Butterine in one pound bricks atBirchwood's. January. Orders may be left at the shown are their own production. ticularly struck with the have them make your suit over
Stillman or at Gazette-News office If !I I I of the twirlers.
tf I by one
up and
measure we will
A reminder that this is! election<< yearis I guar SEABREEZE. FLA.
admired this work
Smith & Hitch have rented the I'al- Rev. and Mrs. II. G. Porter have given in the'splendid show of the Don- I pitcher's style, absolute fit. shape that j

mer house on Ridgewood to Lewis A. leased the Graham Thompson cottageon I nelly k Hatficld Minstrels which will beat I happened him moisten to remember his holds and iron-like wear. 0. S. BUR NETT,
seen<< : i
Stout and family. Mr.. Stout has spent Palmetto avenue and will make Daytona -!I the Seabreeze Opera House Feb.l4th. watched him carefully, and

several winters in Daytona and finds it their home. Dr. Porter is the I Tommy Donnelly, the ever mirthful It's a treat just to look at our new Tailor.
him how he did it.
in Florida. presiding elder of the : comedian, presents himself as JudgeTaftICandy
to be the prettiest place newly appointed Fall woolens as well as a pleasure
Jacksonville District of the M. E. in a prolitical absurdity SIts my own ;& /'
of Schraft's candy at to show them to you. Won't you 1 i Orders Taken for Royal Tailoring
New shipment Church. I which he calls "The Orators." His char- I he said. 'I call it the
.
Young's Pharmacy.The call today? Cleaning, Pressing: Altering and
'i aster.'that of a self-educated politician, I "1If. winked at me, put eR/Kffi4a"'5!'sw I I
II. B. Gibbons has been con-
Rev.
date the or, on the depicts all of the characteristics of the his throwing hand into hU ANTHONY BROTHERS Repairing for Ladies and Gen-
on wrapper fined his bed with la grippe the past I I
to
and he carries out the We call for and
address of tells the timeto stnmp speaker, for a moment and then, tlemen.
slip your paper fill the pulpitat
week and was unable to .
which your subscription is paid. the, church last Sunday. R I role of the ranting, verbose, incoherent, ado, threw up a spitter .................................................... deliver all gooda.

Under the new postal ruling, subscriptions B. Currier Baptist, superintendent of the Rescue<< president-making dreamer, with distinctive could not have hit with a t : HALIFAX J I Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
the will I ability. Gov. Bowen, as the "After the he Phone Xo. :32.:
must be paid up or paper Mass., made addresses : game
Mission, of Springfield,
I ward-healer, a LIVERY AND TRANSFER CO. t - ----
be refused the mails. NVe earnestly request in place of Mr. Gibbons' morning crafty, politician proves very fond of bananas, and : S

'. that all our subscribers makea and evening sermons. I I.Dr. splendid foil for Tommy Donnelly, while I them he places" the peels in JAMES' RIX, Manager. I

note of this, and if in arrears, send in i Pat Ryan as the district messenger, When he wants to
due. Addison O'Neill, Osteopath. t;, keeps the fun rolling. 1 Ille rub them on the .''arrl!gi-*,surreys, Phaetons, Top Buggies: : t
the amount : .
Second season in Daytona. Office 220 and Uul.l"'rTlrr Uunnlouti.IJU i -
Volusia avenue near railroad station.I I Mrs. Katerine Miller, over hankin3drug I result, I am qualified to : "M-" meet all traln!. Baggage Irauh'd. .
No charge for preliminary plans and Treatments given at residences or hotels :' store, corner Beach and Volusia effective as the regulation rarrfagePaint 5.haptnronnrrtfon *
estimates; supervision of work at actual if desired. tf : announces that she has secured the services ticle. They tell me the Tlione 111))I. *

cost. Norman S. Dayton, Daytona. tf 'I of Miss Emma Johnson establishment direct that pitcher worked slipped ................................................... .
In another column appears the from the Marinello hair dressing
Seward C. Whittlesey and his sister, nouncement of Lee Morris, of DeLand.I I'+I New York, a very expert and banana peel all season.'*
manicuring
in hair dressing, -
stylish operator -- -
,Miss Clara I. Whittlesey, who spent ten candidate for the office of Sheriff of Vo '; massage, etc. She has also se- For Rent-Seaside '
days in Daytona last month and then lusts county. Mr. Morris has been a' cured Madame Kelsey, of Chicago whoIs
furnished from 2
,
returned to their home at Corry, Pa., resident of DeLand for twenty years:I up to date in making hairwork, pletely S. An Iron that irons. A ]Ifiiary to
latter suitable for Norman
. \aye <",!..".;:e.KI&.._ V. If.- Rowe stating that-- I Iu. he has Billed the office of deputy sheriff switches, puff, etc. lets, some electric lighted. DaytonREAL women. '

they found the weather twenty below various times and was U. S. DeputyMarshal ;
zero on their return, with snow driftsas at during a Cleveland's last admin f:: Many Rebates Allowed.At Cherokee cottage! opposite I Saves :Wit, per cent of time. and 73
board walk, Seabreeze. ,
cent of fuel.Ask .
their bends. Mr. Whittlesey istration. ESTATE.Care per
high as the February meeting of the Board .

is a prominent manufacturer of Corry. tharness For Sale-Gentle combination horse, I I of County Commissioners held in De- I| yonr neighbor or .
Of Interest to
I and storm buggy, also new I I Land Monday evening a number of requests w. H. ED110 DWS.I .
Pine and hard wood delivered saddle and bridle. All in first class for rebates in valuations to apply An association of of pioperty. 1st door south of po tot1il.e. W. H. Ells
card to Fred Kingston, Ridgewood and First ave's.The .
promptly. Drop tf condition. !ion I taxes of 1907 were granted. i been formed to protect MONDSON: Manager[ Daytona Fla. Hans, Estimates and I

Kingston P. O. Gazette-News was fa"oredith a Among those granted in this section. of such Floridians as Superintendence. I.umlier yard: Magnolia Avenue and: } THE FINEST

L. B. Howard, 77 years of age, an old call Tuesday from Bishop Fitzgerald, of of the county were: W. II. Poston, $:0 planted and ha\o been i F. E. C. Railnar. Themes at office, yard and} residence.

time photographer and musician, of Nashville, Tenn., who is spending the and.W. W. Abercombie, 56,750. manufacture of wine. BATHS

Brockton: Mass.< correspondent of the winter at Seabreeze. Bishop Fitzgerald The Tax Collector was instructed to l'm-ident-T. L. Joyce, ; "
of Florida. lie for tary,-A. L. lIenkle, : ON EARTH
tax
Brockton Enterprise, is spending the is an ardent admirer collect the following license --- -- -- <

winter here and After last year in says the State possesses four things in 190S: urer J. K. Coiner, . . . . FOR MEN AND WOMEN sue!I

Florida has. decided this is tke best abun4ance-area, beauty, riches and Wood Yards, $5.00. The selling of y WATERI
to The reverend gentleman is of I carrying I.> to 20 passengers counties is now considered ] LILY
place to live. He bas been engaged religion. Livery Auto Ice
denomination. I act in the eyes of the Daytona Company RutWetaferT.W'!*.
do the out door work for Mr. Baker, the the Methodist Episcopal $25.00.Li'ery TM
of this city. Auto carrying 10 to 15; passengers growers protest against
well known photographer An intimate knowledge of the building i adopting active ICE ELECTRIC LIGHTPLANT fj/
propose PURE
of this locality will lave $20.00Li'ery :
Interests
If you want the best oranges for and perhaps ex- Auto carrying to 10 passengers cure a reversal of the .
:home consumption or to ship call at you many annoyances, All interested are '' Made from Distilled Water. '
It $10.00.
Point Grove, New Smyrna road, rates tra costs. Let us advise with you. Auto carrying 2 to 5 passengers municate with either the Factory corner Railroad: and Volusia avenue. 4 I .

are reasonable and shipped express paidFerdNordmaa. I costs you nothing./ Norman S. Dayton.** Livery 500. secretary *>f the oJd.iti . . . I IN.ui

or of tf Dayton .




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until {none Pickerts Seabreeze:* P.er.Ift ,
u which twisted and turned I The 4 -

! CliUBLITERARY J INTERESTS I ENDURANCERACE. knew where they were, excited wonder one of,'Utebelt performance repertoire. The _
was
their inspeaking last night
after
with the Pathfinders, who The St. Petersburg Independent .
knees to this stand. Thetarpeisoa- was a winner, 1.Dd.
MEET. SPORTSMEN. RECORD. escape, went down on their of the Four Pickerts who recently of
him figuratively and really. In that of"The Inventor" bj Val C C1! ar1 lovers of the
tion
there, says: "The Inventor ..
R II"f+ miles of going from Fort Pierce appeared Vbiea! yon The Piciertfl wnt
!t ft !t >R iR fifty-five : Four Pickerts wasafinepfeceof acting
Trail unnumbered presented by the ,
A Wen Attended ud .Intensely lay I The East Coast of Florida has Many Graphic Description .or the Path- to Jupiter, via the paths Capron were met and, the ronnds of applause. The leading put Opera Douse Moa "
cross
tcresttac Session cf This I Attractions for the Sportsmen finder's Trip From Jacksonville I Pathfinders followed for miles, not the I was well supported by the company, Wednesday, Feb. 10.

;. Popular Onto. With Boat or Auto. to MIamLt Auto. best marked of these, but paths absolutely II I which well sustains their position ular prices. Auto
t. I I without markings and deeply "'t ; with the play-going public of make regular trips ,
East Coast of Florida has commenced From Jacksonville to Miami over the favorites
Thursday afternoon of last week the The Mr.
: "l covered with long wiry grass. the }';
performances.
t Palmetto Club held its regular semimonthly in earnest to interest the sportsmen roads is 371.8 miles. The fact is interesting Carleton was apparently as familiar I this city.

meeting at the clubhouse on.I and to the man and woman who for the reason that the course has, with the route as though traveling the I The illustrated song were excellent Friday night Ffeb.
"
Orange avenue. The program was ink needs rest and recreation under the never been measured before. The route well marked city streets of a large cityin fine future of the company'I f t HaUield'a Fatuous Olin
and
;1 charge of the literary department, of most ideahc conditions, the Florida has now teen covered in a motor cat which he had been raised frOm boy- a -;, :-

; l which Mrs. Graham Thompson is the Fast Coast residential enthusiasts for the Cleveland Pathfinder, driven Jry hood. This one stretch tlf going is ,
: : popular chairman; Mesdames Clark and like Dr. De Witt Webb, of St. Augustine James Laughlin 3rd,the Pittsburg jpil- going to bring grief to some .>f the men -.
Wm. Atwood were the affable hostessesof are sending ont to the world information lionaire, arrived in Miami Tuesday/ev- which start from +
who drive in the rare
the afternoon. in regard to the beauties of evening of last wrek. AccomuTyiog Jacksonville lith and which I

The large audience was there to enjoy boating on the East Coast. Mr. Laughlin were Geo. E. Scoring, of has Miami February its destination. "-

; an afternoon with the intellectually endowed This winter for the first time itbeen has Sebring, Ohio, the millionaire pottery In the as trip the hardestday's : l -;-Jio' :''_,
Pathfinding I
; r- the volatile, the versatile French made possible for a boat of mall manufacturer; Walter Drennon, a singer work the trip from Grant to ""

(I. nation as viewed from the student'sstandpoint dimensions, if it has power, to go from of note, and F. Ed. Spooner, photographer Jupiter a distance was of nearly one hundred -: j

: and by the genius ,of nimble St. Augustine. to Miami inland through and correspondent miles. Grant consists: of one house' 0
1 hands and artistic discernment the ower 300 miles of the rnbst entrancing The car, a forty horsepowef Cleveland reached late at : ?-. ',-
and It'I'as
hotel. '
P spacious room had been converted into scenery and the most splendid water came through the trip in splen a and the party .
a gay saton. Light and color and an condition If a man wishes to take a did style, as it had to do, to enable the night from New Smyrna tbeRiJt'land. ,
: oclock at
retired at about nine
; air of festivity everywhere. Electric liTtle risk he can put his boat overboardat party to reach the destination a day ti. '__ _, __
In the morning. arrangements
; lights like diamonds flashed in and out Jacksonville and take the St. Johns ahead of schedule. The slightest acct fishermen "

; 1 tf" ,. from among a profusion of floral decorations river and go outside, hug the t-la..,,,. dent to car. or tires would,:have, .caused.. were made with some young -
the ferry
to pa un in a launch to
,. Handsome palms swaying bam making Augustine about forty inil-.- serious delay ins Continental tires -- ..- -c and
be there
the river Sebastian
boos sad trailing vines lent rich effect distant. This winter the autotBub.ii, fitted at Jacksonville were as good as across
as background to graceful clusters of found that he cnull 1 dr \'ehp M.UH new at the completion of the trip and when' the car arrived to aid it across.S. .

a 1 :. ... roses and other bright-faced children of length of the East ( oast, :3.it ".' n not a puncture or blow out occurred V. Jurgensmeyer was then engaged as
the floral kingdom placed at every : tarting from Jacksonville and' cr. mu duruu the journey. Mr. Laughlin droveall :guide. In the deep woods going to the
i Wax Miami. t-lIth""iu- i In.- himself and tired ferry a distance of but asters miles, the
available point of decoration. at Good road way was a very I
: candles set in handsome candelabres many of them northerniit..r iae : man at the! completion of the journey party became lost at two o'clock) in tie; I

with their soft light beautified the general Pict- and spade Lave war.t: as IIIUd, of the driving was done at morning and ran around for two hours

t effect. The French and t'nited roads briitieii the two (K'int"ul 't "I'" niht, and every minute of daylight was trying to discover a road to trail them

States flag, gracefully draped, formtd fairly | s-sjLle, bo that ou M.rvli: ::1.1an :r raters advantage of, to drive ahead out. A house WM finally found and

i' part of the stage decorations, and beautiful endurance contest for auton-t'iV": I As a consequence of the policy to utilize a second guide secured, who showed the

t pictures adorned the walls. will: be given from Jacksonville 10 i the daylight at all times, the driver and way to the ferry, Whereby hand power

"La Marseillaise" opened the pro- Miami. his"rompanivaatp'tl t: ,forced totnecar _wort on the car was put over. At Vero second sa

gram. It was spiritedly renderedby The Florida East Coast Canal COJM" to tune it up each night and Divide was secured, and after being

: the Palmetto Orchestra, Messrs.Seugstak i ii Paul after much discouragement f but) gained but a few hours sleep in the five stick in the sand several times the car

i i l Blodgett, Willson and Mesdames splendid pluck, succeeded in opening,up days and eight hours of the trip. AUicputset replied Fort Pitrcc at about 8.30: aglance !

: Huston and Willson, and enthusiastically -: the canal dug by the company between a spring, weakened by a for- of twenty miles in seven lioup
I received. St. Augustine and Ormond. Along the mer break; :ave wry eCDt.ttf Here Reuben Carleton joined the: I

Mrs.Thompson then spoke briefly i East Coast thd same company bas had ustine and Ormond. This was boundup party and the deep woods wire entered Q+ 11

{ explaining the work of,the literary department -. dredges working for years so that now in the wood and at Ormond was at once in search for the Capron trail. I'it

for the year past. Quotingthe there is sufficient depth the entire properly repaired, supposedly. Againit The route lay then for thirty miles over

motto for the day "There is hardly I length of the East Coast for boats oi cue out near New myrna and by an I on apparently roadlc-s course, in a

; any great idea, hardly any principle of light draft. Boats drawing five foot o!t all night job Saturday night the spring I small stream lure a bridge had into i

civilization, which has not passed water have succeeded in making the was:: properly fixed and thereafter gave I washed away and here it was uctet-
\
Z' through France to be disseminated,", trip so that now a regular procession ol f no trouble. The time lost in this way' nary to construct a ford by digging :; .

she continued: "Perhaps you will under-: powerboats are found passing along had to be made up and the Pathfinders away eight foot banks on either bide.
t
; 1'f r": fwd out day better when I explain the Indian river and quite frequently decided to Sleep little and drive always Roots had tube hewed away and either

; I i what we have been doing; for the past I are found in making side explorationtrips when' possible to complete their journey. bank had to filled in. The cur lunged 'RE-M-8 DIB '

I- \ year. Last year we began the study of into the numerous rivers and Much dangerous night riding was done, down almost on Its nose and then up. 1 .
France taking the Bay View course. I' creeks that abound along the route after that but fortunately all escaped I Mr. Laughlin alone was able to keep r "' *

i t- It is not so much the history of France,I It These trips are made for the purpose ol( serious accidents. in it. No block and tackle was: used HAVE ,ARRIVED ]i IN TOWN.A4 o}

t but the people, their characteristics, I fishing and shooting as game is found in Xo attempt was made to make time', here or elsewhere on the journey. s!< ;
f manner of life, government and educa- abundance everywhere and the scenery safety. being uppermost in the minds f Later on in the day a boue came in 7 w' _
themi 1
; ? [ ticnal system." entrancing. all. The dangers of becoming Yk view and then the trip'I'' :&. again ; No doubt you have heard of Tbeyvare Iced ;

i I f\_ "The Chateaux of France," was the }lj.Qy'I"riters' have enthused over the weighted the Pathfinders down, forll e through the pine woods for nearly by several millions of people tlroagkont t e' United

i II subject of very interesting paper read beauties of boating and hunting on the roads followed had never before l n twenty-five miles. At one {point the ;
t r i by Mrs. J. H. Niver. Among the moat Florida East Coast but owing to the gone over by auto and for the greater car plunged into a swampy rood and States, and we sell them to you with a guarantee that I

I f noted Mrs. Nicer referred to Amboise I shallow water in places, whi0h has been part of one hundred and fifty miles, the hardy tourists were furred to g-tout if they are not what we- claim we wH gladly*
.' where an infamous massacre of the Huguenots remedied by the Canal Company, there were but faiiitly traced through the pine for Ii stretch only to find them .refundi i

I r. occurred; the Chateau of Bloise, were some drawbacks to such a trip. woods. Grass covered the roads fo Belt eslnamoccasinsnake den The pl.ue your money. One remedy 1 for' chhomanffl.f l.

; r with its wonderful outside staircase, i The trip at St. Augustine starts in a miles, tinning as high as the radiator rwas, uncomfortable but a stump had to \, .. 1 \ a a .A::

and where Due de Guise was murdered I delightful run through the new canal to I and stumps were concealed in thee be cut away and it was dose Bridge! Some three years ago a number of ed by the various druggists constituting .

; l by Henry the III; Chinon, the strong! Ormond' entrance is made to th grass to tear the car to pieces Stumps were constructed (,( logs at other points t .. prominent retail druggists -realizing the r%***)y<***j. JF,' +- r '.... 1

i \- hold in France for a long time. Joan of i Halifax river. Nearly all stop to ex I gave perhaps more trouble than anything and as the car and tires gave absolutely) that a big change was to be made in the From these, about two hundred"e.

i I' Arc stopped here on her way to Orleans. amine the beauties of far-famed Or I else for it was the duty of the no trouble Jupiter was readied! at a proprietary medicine business, that the were selected as being the b .

to pick out her chosen king as he stood : mond, its orange groves, and record- Pathfinders to either remove these or I late hour only to find accomodition-i for public demanded to know what the indies known medical science for .

I among a crowd of courtiers: Chateaux I making beach automobile coune.t: murk them plainly. The object of th but three of the five in the j>iul'I'wo p're d'lents were of the preparations the cure, each of its particular ailment. {
) they
t ,' Chenonceaux-the Renassance in its beautiful Daytona six miles further on I trip the marking of the road. the ealert in the tent by the cars. The exclusive rights to these remedies
I perfection rivaling the old time. the Halifax River Yacht Club i is j of the route for a route book, the building The following day twenty mil,'s of I were advertising and that a general were then transferred to The United I

Chateaux of Bloise; the Chateaux of,. situated. Of course before starting from of bridges here necessary, and the hard going completed the I fail I |n>rti us; reform was about to take place in pro Drug Company, which has since many :,

I }. Loches, where Louis II kept his poltical St. Augustine, that ancient Spanish t i;' construction of fords over streams of the trip. lu this twenty wilts a halt prietary medicine manufacturing and advertising factored them in its superbly equipped

_ f prisoners. I Ii city, the oldest in the new world, has where bridges had been washed away, dozen swamp roads, of ten timi* over afoot formed a co-operative company laboratories in Boston under the now. ,,.
i !tt The reading was followed by a musical been explored and supplies taken on I' sere carried out to the letter causinguntold deep in water and snakeinfcated, to meet the public's demand. This famous name of"The Remit Remedies.*i'

number, "Chimes of Normandy" : board. : delay! and at vital times. I were cleaned of stumps the touri.-t* t company was called The United Drug "p Note then,first of all,these facts: 1-
From Daytona the is laid by i standing in water to their k tf'sitJl t Co. of which "
,- Planquett* -rendered by the orchestra. course { As prejmratiori for possible trouble I i the undersigned has be.-(1st. "RexattrcfcrsTnottoowiV >Zl .
"The of the Many Port Orange, New Smyrna and ou toTitusvDle I every indication of the 'comeone fthetw thousandm
Impressions of.. !| from failure to reach civilization (and i it 1 swamp ? embers edybut to about two hundred
s Paris," a paper prepared by >>rs. L. O. quite an important littletOWD. !: seemed several! ) times as though a house I being the final stopping plat p. An interesting f, Our object was, first, to manufacture ft each for some one particular purpose. "

Rawson was read by Mrs. H. Y. Still-i Here the voyager finds himatlf might not be seen again for days) a part of the journey' was ti,e a line of .prescriptions such as we had 0 Nobody mows better than The ,=i

man. "When a city ia little else than I in the famous Indian river, which for i!i complete camping outfit was carried, I II I trip through the tamp I of the vulture, tried out in our stores and found to give 1l United Drug Company druggists the 4
t nearly 200 miles he follows the turkey bu/zard's rood in lon.Jj) the best of ..
sights, said the wrirer, "there ia pacingthrough I together with axes shovels spades and ) very results, and second by F' absurdity of the cure-all' -i
f monotony in naming them. Truly a i large flocks of duck which' are } other paraphernalia. Groceries were in I Thousands and th r fascinating 10 tame that allow boat to I rose in the air the auto 2d. Each"RexaU"Remedyjs tested .
a
moat city Paris itself commands I they a come the large bags strapped to the car, for as noisy 1 iu.vw.cl company we would be able to .
attention. The of grandeur its deigns within' shooting distance before flying I camp might have been at almost through, traveling; two mile an hour ID know the exact formula of every and proved success, selected a
necessary
r- boulevards avenues, and many of : If fish are needed for a meal it is only '' 'any time. Fortunately, it was the deep sa amp.AtauiuUnurandvue-| ation we were selling thus ens for:its conspicuous merit from: many

,i i its ornamental features must be credited : necessary to reduce speed or perhaps I possible through the reliable worto' half miles from West Palm I a'bI.t- to give to the public the very prepar.J of its class. All had established rep1 Iutations I

1 r : 'to the last Emperor Napoleon Third. anchor for a few minutes as almost I the car, the splendid driving of Mr. shell road was met and at Wt'bt Palm I edies we could find at actual through their continued use

I : Prof. Sbeppard gave a vocal solo, I.. every variety of fish are found that inhabit Laughlin and the able work of several i Reach the special auto road -oiitlriict d turing cost, plus a single retail by physicians before they became
r "Saved,by the Sea"-and in response to Florida. I guides to reach civilization each evening by Is''. M. Hagler to connect Palm lXi<'hand This enabled The United Drug Com members of the "Rexan; family i
u
a hearty encore by the audience sang I Fort Pierce is the next town of importance :I i although vrlntiwesfIry late at Miami made &i good goinjj as could I pany to escape the heavy charges for 3rd. RexaU Remedies are sold at

"When the Evening Sun Is Low." Mrs. although Cocoa, lau: Galhe 'j, night.. be found in Florida, advertising and other expenses such as. low prices because they are free from
Laurence Thompson gave some very interesting i Roseland and other towns are passed. Briefly, auto touring as far as Tilusv have to be paid by proprietary remedies. heavy manufacturing charges, job1:
t. "Current Events in France,', A number of small towns are passed I During the trip the Pathfinders drove 'ille or llockledge, either one, may be ... What was most important, it insures bing profits, and the heavy expense

which was followed by a musical gems Further on and at last Lake Worth and their Cleveland through nearly of\Bom ttJrty made a real pleasure and novt-ly, but safety and satisfaction our customers } of being advertised separately, as

s "La Cinquancaine"-Gabriel-ltarie-by Palm Beach are sighted. After looking 1; b.kf'hf! varying depths and beyond these points it means ri.ik. hard 1 because we druggists know just what formerly.4P L ,

; : the orchestra assisted by Major Down over famous Palm Beach and taking on fifty width.yards to eight hundred yar f i if in travelling and requires a steady reliable we are selling. ..... y- .., :fhe United Drug Company which J'

ing with his Stradivarius, which brought supplies the journey Is continued some There was always present, the car and an expert driver all the waj I A committee of experts was ap. manufactures the Rcxa1lRcmc4ics, baa)
dangers of in these lakes but
sinking
sixty miles further when' Miami i No man not potted on and pointed who time
l rapturous applause, and was responded is touring it spent a long in testing already scored the greatest autcCSs'the
the laid and
there
F to by Major Downing with one of his! reached. From that point numerous i! no other course method that of way' Several was dangers should risk this trip. I merits of more than two thousand ever known in the history of the druz''
. exquisite national medleys. trips can be made to the famous Florida travelling. The distances for the five days on the I formulas and prescriptions recommendbusiness.. --
On the evening of February 12th at Keys, so that vacation of thirty to I bridger' re constructed and properly coming race were found to be Jackson 4" m... Jt I

t SCO:: o'clock, Mrs. Jane C. Weeks willgive ninety days can be put in to good advantage I I marked and several fords were made. title to Ormond, S I 1.7 miles; Ormond to )P Three the 200 Rexall" Remedies,one for each human BLire]Z Zv
Slumps removed the
her in boating the Florida I'.at were by score* Hockledge, 1 tl miles Rorkkdgc t CmJlU UllttLTMV K! *
l: a reception at home on Ridga e- on ; ; FDA rOIl mur A
: The Cleveland wa+ the first. auto; Fort Pierce I r, lltlfALL "q" HAIl TOIle
wood avenue in honor of Mrs. Kirk Coast! vie 73.4 miles; Fort Pierce to y

t ) Monroe, to which all club members are --.......--- -- --- the route for the the stumps writjo Palm Beach, fi7.fi miles and Palm Bead h i i I\ Wucu-Tone The chief are Ingredients Gentian, Cu.of ,.. AMOBCAWTlt 0.l>O1 Y The famous Ruan"93"Hair'

: i cordially invited. A Pleasant Party. '' high that no car could have been criven to Miami, 70 miles; a total of 371.S '! lbs, Cascara Sagjada. Glycer-- TheReiallAmericanitlaElix.: Tonic Is composed b chief of
I --- over the course before. Sand wag c&iven miles. The first three days will be I--1; inesndSuuparilla. lrautoDJCnervefoodcomced; Resorcin, Beta Naphthol and

The Bennett was the scene of a pleasant !I I through for miles on low gear, and'very I Bible, the fourth may be possible with \ .Gentianisrecognizedbmed_ Gl fhosp Pilocarpin.'aaWA ? .
WILL HAVE I co
osphates
J little social gathering on the evening !: little high gear work was done for the good! luck and the final bY'1i run \\iII't I icaneo n e.01 the greatest y U:kC and VrJUI53Yil, tf PyroI ,KWM) Resorcin Is one Ot the latest'I
tonIcs
of January 30th, the occasion: being 140 miles of the strip from Grants to .be but two and one-half hours with a : the foundation er discovered which_ blocs It 1$ The wonderful results of this and most effective germ-killers

; : LOCAL RACES a birthday surprise party given b\ :.|I ANest Palm Heat h. The party stopped clear road. Tone is built."u Gentian comTanedyare due to the fact that discovered. by;a,science, and ia'.

Matthew P. Cornwall, of Patterson, N. enroule at St. Augustine, Ormond, New All along the route theo| |>Ieare very' ( tines in high degree the tonic u supplies Phosphorus to the Connection ithBeta Naphthol.
,C f. nun ., to his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Cornwall'I.'I.J. I Smyrna, Grants Jupiter, and made the i much interested and extremely ho.spil- powers of all the known"bit- nerve cells in a condition Ia which u both germicidal and
ters," with' none of the disadwlu.ch' it can be immediately and antisepuc, a combination is
; L Oa the Beach Weekly for Local Cars have been guests of The Bennett for the., ninety mile run to Miami for the finish i able to automobilM, ready to do almost i I \1Ilt4gesappJ-iDg; to them.easily. taken up by them.. It Is formed which not only destroy '
I last five winters and the place H'f'lnSlike : Only one attempt to negotiate "the anything to aid them. The interest the only known the
I i 'Only.-Cups Will Be Offered r f Cubebs have long been recognized preparation fa germs which rob the hair o!
l home to them. : length of Florida had been made pre : in the race u: intense and o -rvonc- : as a specific in the treat- w ch free Phosphorus-tiiat is its nutriment but creates a
. t For NNIanlng Cars. The eulamatioH of surprise and d e- '!, ious: to this trip, the young man driv I will! be out on the day <,f the struggle went of all catarrhal conditions. defimtel phosphorus which remains in- sass and healthy condition ol

4 At the meeting of the Florida East: l light with which Mrs. Corwall greeted ing on that trip reached the :St. Lucie act as guides and h
t' ;. I Coast Automobile Association held. the guests, twelve in number, when they I river, between tt. Pierce and Jupiter, ,.1 whatever almost part of invariable.the body the la "" .tissue p'ycopnosphates builders,are, one actual of lodgment and development cl ,J

I ,. II Monday evening it was' voted to hold walked in and presented her with a I and there shipped on a flat boat for !I inflamed or diseased condition the.ost recent and valuable new.7 rrnii i. -f 1
i r races on the beach to be participated in magnificent basket of roses: was:: proof :; Palm Beach giving the trip up in din !i of the mucous membrane exists additIons to the field of this "ocarpia is a well-lmown
by local cars of different classes. A other total ignorance of the scheme. gut. iI Candidates ho Have fileJ.I the use of Cubebs has been ranch of medicine and unques- agent for restoring the hair to
r race ,I recommended by the best tionably more efficient remits
The with pby \ natural color where the loss
:': committee, consisting of Louis Adler, evening was spent bridge I The trip may be made by a good Last Saturday was: the la-t day foi SlCIaDS for many generation. edy than the well-known of color has been, .
.1 Geo. E. Scbring, S. H. Cove, N. A. and music. The first and second prizesfor driver in a good car by following thei filing petitions to have nameslaced on I ''I I Cascara Sagnda is lI ypo phosPhites. 'a ease of the due to a illsI j
Lewis and T. A. Snider, was appointed ladies were won by Miss Davis and i I I route plainly marked but no driver I I the offici.il ballot for the municipal| l chilion ,- (tally introduced for its neees-espe- The I con Pyzo hos lut is eolormgirutta scalp. It is not a ,j}

i t to have charge of the events, and arrange Mrs. Baldwin, while Mr. )'stern) Mr. must attempt to make the journey to be held the l-'th instant. The Gary laxative properties. _____ the of iron most which easily elated form daces Its effect or by dye-it stimulating pro- a.

i j the details. It is the intention to llarwood carried off the gentlemen's without fittings for such a trip such as I I'I I I following are the candhl: t ':+ who have t'aids The combination of the e color. and the combined alka-and the scalp and hair follicles to -.,

i 1, < have events for each class cf cars, and prizes. Mts. J. H. Cornwall' receives 'I block and tackle spades and shovels j i! qualified: makes Glycerine 11ucu.Tone and Sarsaparil1; lords of CaJisay s Bark have a health aDd active life. _I r

i award cups to the winners. Details consolation:' bottle of blue lat+e1) axes, foodtents fur camping and boards j'I For Major-L. W. Greene, Goo. II., t attacks catarrh from a remedy every functions tonic effect of On almost aU the; This c:0 m bin a t ion of curm ., '

J and dates will announced later. "Ketchup.: : for aid in the soft; pine woods roads, to- ]I j )Matthews. W. Pope and Otlen: B. t,gradu' y restores and reIn the th-u r silvan mixed with alcohol as a ,
I Mrs. Ludlow Mrs. Cornwall ] 1ds ; compounding ari- j
and 31 Ir. the e
The club adopted a vote of thanks to I gather with water to drink in plenty, Seaman. their diseased: tissues to ous elements, the Stimub.nt,perfects: the most cl-. '1
: Thomas H. White for the interesthas he Yale sang their best, while Miss I>av"is I and so l.n. Every preparation for I'I For Clerk-.\. McF Putter.t "ycomotes d-he thanddstrength. degree of Ph arms causes very highest) skill festive remedy for hair lad 'I

'/ ,taken in improving I the road between and Mr.Cornwall interspersed some good I trouble must be made and the car mu For .lsseswr-11'.11. Fxlinon.N.o urn! a no rural appeute. has been employed 'iX: and scalp troubles known to.by. .
i Bottle
St. Augustine and and piano solos. Between bridge and music almost Geo. F.Smith. 60c. Ii.SO a bottle. Bottle, 110'.
Daytona, j carry every part likely to givej i .4 S
for his general public spirit in automobile the guests were Invited to the dining I trouble. There are reasons for this for I I For Collector-W. G i. Hobbs. Rexall" Remedies are found only in the
matters. room where a tempting repast was For with The stores of druggists affiliated J
United
t ; atone stretch the Pathfinders travelled) i Trl'8SurerT.. Peck. Drug Com
___,_ served at table I PAY-tJIlj! in
one long one
daintily spread y each town and each
for For backs "
fifty-three miles where but onerous Councilmen-\\. F. Jibb, Get 1 II.I up this Rex all "
For Sale-As I am now traveling and and decorated with ferns and a centerpiece was found. In that stretch a moccasinsnake I Clark, Henry Schmidt.: Ji* Osborne:. aDe! preparation is guarantee pnnted on every package "ThisYOUNG'S
wish to locate nearer the center of of roses, to which Mrs. Cornwall guaranteed t.
my E. L.
diamond-back rattler Shear.
a a skunk, back satisfaction. If it does ,
not
territory I offer at a low figure all added her beautiful basket. and get come j-
or your
a crane and hawk the liv For School money.
a were only e Trustees-Wm. Jackson .It bcIoD&s to
any part of my property comprising 2 The party broke up on the stroke of things seen. Through this district, and C. M. Rogers. i hav; it." .. you, amI'we want'you tQ

dwellings, I store 1 corner lot on Bay twelve, wishing the happy reciepient guided by Reuben Carlton, who' owned .: .

i and Beach streets, suitable for business, many pleasant; returns of the day. the one house and had punched cattle *.We'I'm'
l hotel or opera house and a nine acre for in this secure for you bottom prices PHARMACY
years apparently teaches on lumber and other
farm; see any real estate man or J. E.For first-dass work-Daytona' Steam waste' guided the party with unerring \ one receives building materials.o I .1
Ruth, owner. tf laundry, S. grafu on your purchase I
phone tf ; skill. His great knowledge of the route Norman S. Dayton, Daytona tf THE REXALL STORE



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