The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: February 15, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 19. No. 38 0- ........... Reaches A" a...... Daytona, Florida Saturday, February 15, 1908. :." Asrertlalae Med.. .. ....... ... v........ P>nDon't I) Cent. .1

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GOOD IDEASOF I SHOOTING LOCAL RACESARE 1111111t/1t / t1111111fN11111fly,

1! Continuous Fail Moving to See the Pictures I: CITY Retk PHYSICIAN. EXHIBITION kick fc ARRANGED.* I'I I BARNES, the Novelty Man, i 'I

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Makes Many Recommendations of Will Be Given Next Thursday Afternoon Three Events Will be Held on Next ; SELLS EVERYTHING i
i Peck Block, foot of South Bridge. : I I
Interest to the General Public. Near the Postolfke by Tuesday Afternoon.-Prizes :i s
s Pictures changed Tuesdays. Thursday and Saturdays. : Especially Stationery, Fishing Tackle, Crockery, : -

.: See lire: Alligator in window. : What They Are. Winchester Experts. Will be Awarded. :,, Glassware, Fancy Confectionery, Souvenir PostCards = 1

U The annual report of Dr. E. L. Stew- A shooting exhibition will be given by The \committee appointed at a recent : Talking Machines, Dolls, Toys and Notions. : ;

'! ... Admission 10 cents. : art, City Physician was presented to i experts of the Winchester Repeating meeting of the Florida East Coast AuI I : 1
the City Council Monday evening and I Arms Company near the postoffice next tomobile Association han arranged for : BARNES
.....................!..............................: was full of good ideas. The report follows -i Thursday afternoon at two o'clock. races next Tuesday afternoon at two : .i .{

: o'clock. I: Will also frame your Pictures, sharpen your Saws, : 1
+ The first will be a mile event f single :I Knives Scissors Lawn Etc. and will
The Honorable Mowers : j

.rm" : : i l Gentlemen: City Council Daytona. start cylinder at the Cadillac automobile cars. club This house race and will :I I S repair almost anything that is out of whack. : 1

CHAS. I GARDINER CO. Births reported to office. 1907. 37. e finish one mile south. I:'i 1. s

Deaths reported to office, 1907, 46. The second race will be a five mile : In Fact, for Any Want, Remember .
In the year just passed there has been t'
vent.for four-cylinder Ford runabouts.
Z marked improvement in the sanitary :i 1i .1
The race will be started
at the clubhouse 4
condition of the City of Daytona. Improved run south two and one-half :1a BARNES :
Goods. I drainage, of tanks E / ,
j. Dry II. ,
miles turn and finish at the clubhouse. I I
water barrels .
I and other containers of Three : !
prizes consisting of quantitiesf u I THE NOVELTY MAN. t''
water, in marked
thereby a degree
gasoline will be given to the. contest- :1s
i reducing the number of mosquitoes, ants in the above two races as follows: : 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. j
Phone which not only contributes to the health .
102 Block
Anthony : first, thirty-five gallons; second twenty-I
I. but to the comfort of the general com- five gallons; third, fifteen gallons. I s.1.t1111.//11111111111.1.111111!.11111NUIU J
munity. The laying of miles of cement .
third event will be a ten-mile
sidewalks has also been notable factorin
a 1
DAYTONA FLORIDA.Groceries .I race for touring cars of less than fifty-
the improved sanitary condition in
; horsepower. This race will start at.the 1
..1NNNN.N.N..NNNN : certain sections'of ehe city. It is note- clubhouse, be run five miles! south,
worthy that the streets are in excellent then turn and finish at the clubhouse.

.H./1/.........N/.........1......../1/1/1//1/.. : sanitary condition condition., which adds It materially is noteworthythat to the The prizes will be: first one barrel gasoline Norman Dayton t

;second, one-half barrel gasoline; ,
the general public is taking more third, fifteen gallons gasoline. }

i ? I personal interest in sanitary matters. In all events there must be at least .
and the effects of this is noticedin 1
easily J. ."\O\\'TLL t1.\\\'KINS.I : three entries or the race will be declaredff. LUMBER.Yard .
improved condition of parkages,' .
front well I Everybody is united, whether a I
as as back yards, all of which) Those desiring to enter the contest
is very gratifying to thb I j;shooter not. For those who shoot, a should make application to Ceo! E. Magnolia: Avenue and F. E. C. Railway. ,Also
i NOW YOU ARE TALKING! epartment.l liberal of events has been 1
I would call your | program. open Sebring.The Plans, Estimates and Superintendence. Real Estate office
fact that while the is'I arranged. 1
J U. sanitary condition The experts which the Winchester following officers have been appointed 1st door south of .P. o.V.. II. EDMONDSON, Manager,

That's My Business. : is praisworthy not as good and as very could satisfactory have been, yet had it :' Company will send! here are Ad.! Top- Judges for-W.the II.occasion Peters: Dr. W. A. Daytona, Florida. Phones at office, yard and resdenre.N1 t
with perwein, a peerless rifle shot, who has
more money and! better facilities, I
Cove and M. B. Aultman.
: I take pleasure in railing for jour order] and : but it is encouraging to notice that year j' broken the world's record twelve times; Referee-Major A. B. Foster.

I delivering promptly] what you want. lly stock : by year there is a greater interest taken |I' Mrs Topper*ein, the champion lady Timer-O. W. Blymyer. f

I is always fresh and fine and your trade willS : in sanitary matters and eventually with spot;and J. M. Hawking theunparalled Starter-T. B. Collins. .111111N111.N1. 1.N.1.NN1.NNN.1..N.N.NN
j who has broken 100
sbotgun expert,
more and better facilities
be highly appreciated and well taken rare of. : will have money an ideal condition of affairs.we I I stright targets 61 times and! holds the -- ----- ..

.I. Phone the your I wants :.. body would that recommend arrangements to be your made honorable whereby II III I|20-yard world's record mark. of 12S straight from tie BUSTER BROWN '! CONRAD GROCERY CO. i 1 1Sue'essor

up-to-date flushed closets ran be instituted '

I S.V. CARROLL, i in the public school, as in tuy I AND DOG TIGE : ( to E. T. Conrad & Co.) -l
,I ii opinion there i is the most dangerous:
t i
of infection ItKR I
point for contagious and '1
The North Beach st. Grocer. 5 transmissable diseases. This, in my Will Visit: Daytona in Mardi and Mold Carry a Full and Complete

opinion, is one of the most important .

: 'telephone 1 ) No. HI. : things along sanitary lines that a Reception for the Benefit .I 1 Line of Plain and Fancy J
might come to your attention. of a Local Dealer.You've .
NtIt1/1/111tItIt.t111t.t.tIt111tItIt.tIt1111111t.Ii.y 1
IT lit certain sections the city more I i I all heard of Buster Brown .
drain pipes should be laid, thereby do- and his .
dog "Tige. Every funny
I A Matter of Essential Importance ing away with the nuisance of ..tandingwat..r 1
paper in the country has been picturing ;IGROCERIES. 4
in ditches that u also a menace I I .
and mischievous for
f c to every householder, sanitation nnd !Fanitnry i- happy couple
1 i from a public health standpoint, on account -
-E rquipnt t should receive the greatest years and everybody Ls acquainted t ti
of being prolific breeding bites O-
I possibleauentionand; when new plumbing with them. They will visit Daytona ;
& E is to Le installed; only a plumber of the for mosquitoes.I during March and hold a reception at
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would also recommend: that rigid inspection I CLOVER HILL BUTTER.
highest repute, and one who keeps up with some suitable place and hope to see i 1
I' t the l latest improvements, should be employDUTONA' should be maintained for ceaa- very resident of Daytona turn out tolake ;
i iI
pooh, privies and closets of all kinds, their
t rd. If you have this subject under cons>id- acquaintance. =
that there might not be any possibilityof 1 Buster and Tige are sent out by the The Conrad I
_ /;, oration a consultation with the undersigned nno. : Grocery Company
will l>e of the greatest value. any over accumulation of effete matter Brown Shoe Co of St. Lous to advertise i I j jf
in of these.
any their line of shoes and their receptions l E. T. Conrad & Go's old stand.
would the of .
suggest adubibihty an are free to all. The Peck-Hen-
ordinance demanding the muzzling of dricks of this 1111111............NN.NN...NNNNN..t4H..MN1NN
TOPPfRVkCIN.Mr. Company, place, are the
PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. dogs running at large on the streets.I representatives of the Brown Shoe Co., .
most earnestly advice and recommend -, Topj>erwein is the acknowledged and will be pleased to furnish ticket to ...............NN
Phone 64 the forcing of the current in the i i i: dean of fancy and trick shots, his many all &soon as the date of the recep- ;
Halifax down the west bank, object of feats being of a highly sensational char- ion is announced. j
which is very apparent 4!i acLer. Mrs. Topperwein is without a :. Daytona Transfer i Livery Stable i .

1 I further recommend the reasonable :. peer among women in this line of work.
Endurance Race March 9th.
Ask for the Bread extension of the bucket system. I Ladies are especially urged to come and! :
,1 t4 think that it will prove very advantageous -(., witness her astonishing skill with shotgun The Florida East Coast Automobile : C. E Johnston. Proprietor.

of to the health of the general community ride and pistol. The exhibition is Association have made the date for the l I I have the best livery in the 1
with the stamp in lieu of better facilitilies. free. Jacksonville' Miami road run March :
,.. city, with white driven who !
"' ::. I note that deaths reported to this 9th instead of February ISth. This :
4 i familiar with all roads !
office are forty-six. The deaths recordedby change was made at the earnest request '

111+1"M the undertaker are fifty one. This of a number of competitors who : LOOK FOR THE
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: : Daytona Bakery |
discrepancy should not exist, althoughthe wanted more time to prepare for the : I
Silver Tipped Rigs.
percentage of reports for this year is k run. Newspaper representative that '
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; very much superior to the percentage t ; journey to Florida ell.Chi >*rto !seethe _-:- -.-.-'.'---. Phone 27, opp. Public School. j
('; E. UIGG previous, yet there is no reason why the Ormond-Duytona Ilea: automobile ---=- --
:l>:(t-r :.f'. books should not tally.E. aI and the Palm Beach mu| r boat races ..............................................MM

4 t.... L. STEWART, I also urged the F. E. C. A. A. to make '
irrProprietor.. City Physician and Health Offccer. s lz he date the week following the Or- ...................... ............................. :

mond-Daytona Beach ra.ct's. which is a OPEN SHOP Magnolia Avenue '
.....................M*** ...+++........MM.+++.4.+ .: fseA week before the Palm Heath regatta. <
To Deepen Mosquito Inlet. ,
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: Puruant to memorial passed at the
a Obituary Notice of O.Q. Carter. W. H. WRIGHT & SON
N. ERICKSONCabinet j last session of the Legislature asking I I'I'G.
Congress for an appropriation for the G. Carter was burn in Richmond

MaKer. Wood Worker deepening! of Mosquito Inlet and! the adjacent Q Vs., May 27th, ISS.: and was marriedto I
waters, Senator W. J. Dryan has I Miss Emily l>. Boaher in that city, Painting

Picture "Frames, Door and Window Screens made to order. : reduced! a concurrent resolution in I .. ar Aprilljtb. 1 ,6". To this union were I Decorating t
the U. S. Senate directing a survey to k born three" children, namely: Mrs. W.
Cottage. .A venue, DAYTONA, FLA. JI be made and estimates of the cost of t D. Bradshaw, who died about eighteen I I'aperhanging

"MMMl.j...j.MMMMMMMM.HtMMJtJlMMM************************** such work to be submitted.The months ago; Mrs. Alex Reid!, of Daytona -
importance of deep water communication t9 and Mrs. .Charles L. Beers, of I
for Daytona and! New Srajra-i' Kingston. By a former marriage; there j West of Ridge wood avenue Daytona, Florid ; ;
If thinking were three children, 3Ir S. P. Royall,
PUMPS you are cannot be over-estimated. The St. \RS. TOPprRtlPAnCVSLAD snOT. of Richmond A. O. Carter I N/11.11..1.1..NN11111N.11.,1 .............,...MMM.*.:
John's Bar, with now over thirty feet of ; of Hastings;

of Cheating your ,,water originally was but little better Mr. Hawkins was captain and manager E. G. Carter. of King William County,I .. /1......................1..11.111..1....++:
of the champion Winchester team or Virginia.Mr. I
than inlet. united effort we :
our By a
THAT home or your ho- can easily secure an appropriation to I 1906 that made the world's record of Carter came to Barbervilie, Ho., : i J. B. G.IRR1SONi :

begin i the work, and once the beginningis -400 out of ;500. He was also captainand in 1SS1 and Daytona in 1902. He wasa i| I I i .1 I I I I [ \. Vijr \ A close examination of electric- t

tel, see us, we are made it is easy to secure its contin : manager of the 1'-07 team which member of the Briek Mason's Union, I I al work finished and charged fot7from
uance. made the wonderful record of -4%out of who attended the funeral services in a : this shop shows how square-

the business. If all visitors who are interested here, i'1500, his scores being PS and 9*) respectively body. He made a profession of Chris- : honorably we transact our

PUMP.n will write at once to their home senators : out of each 100.Budget tian faith during his three months' ill- : Electrical repairs r.--I
We sell the best line and representatives urging upon them\ ---- -- ness, and died in peace with God. He special attention. Those

the importance of this work and asking for 1008. died Feb. 5th and the funeral services 1 j employ us never worry about
7 of Hand and Power them to co-operate with the Florida I, were held at his late home in Kingston o : !, and they knew before -
delegation In secuiing this appropriation I i Monday evening the City Council Feb. 6th, conducted by the pastor of the engaging us that our workmanship
Pumps ever offered in -it will greatly aid us. : adopted the following budget for the 11. E. Church South, and attended by i S. will be the best.
; ensuing year; immediate neighbors and friend lie -
& Daytona for the money. New Smyrna has already the sent a man i i t t i Clerk ...........................................$ 300 was buried in Pinewood Cemetery, J. I I

'to Washington and do likewise.Daytona The Boardof :(I Marshal........................................ -4SO'Attorney R. Turner C. D. Smiley, Wiley Melton, iisfl Daytona Electric Co.

Pipe Fittings of Trade should yacht ('! ................. .................... 100 II. T. McClellan, Edw. Archibald andJ. K --CSS
:club has issued a printed letter which : T + < 232 South Beach Street.

I is being sent to all members urging I*t i 100Assessor. F. Farns acting as pall bearers. .1..1.11............................$4444$4.....+.94+.
all kinds.StaptesiCulten. them to assist. 10"is the time to act Collector:::::::::::::::::::::::::Y""T'. :. ..:. goo I

:I and it is hoped that the citizens of 'I Physician..........................100. For Sale-As I am now traveling and .................1......11NN.. .1..11.. ...1..N. N1C .
will all
Daytona bring possible! pressureto Interest on Bonds............V....... 1,000 wish to locate nearer the center of my ,
bear on Congress at once. 'I Street Lights................................ 4,000 territory, I offer at a low figure all or I REAL
: J. B. P. Streets and Sewers..... ............... 5,000 any part of my property comprising 2 : i J. C.C BUTLER & CO. i

t j Extra Police...................._........ 700 dwellings, 1 store, 1 corner lot on Bay | ESTATE.Cottages I

".\Ve will secure for you bottom priceson i| Sundries............?.....................-.. 1,000 and Beach streets, suitable for business! .
: for Sale or Rent. Life, Fire and Accident Insurance.Phone
CENTRAL GARAGE ; lumber and other building materials. hotel or opera house and a nine acre!

reuo.2c. Xo one receives grafts on your purchase j Total..................... ..' ... .., .....$13.530 farm; see any real estate man or J. E.j(: 234, DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. I i

Norman S. Dayton, Daytona. U I Slaking fund one null Rush, owner, tf I .111111...1.111...11.1.NNNN N1.1.NN.N N..N


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Russell Macomb, a brother of Mrs.' V. & --
t C. Grant, baa returned Jacksonville There isIDISTINCTIVENESS !

I EVERY SATURDAY to resume his position as postoffie em- .. .

: FITZQERALD'Editor ployee. I -
\ T. E. Mrs. J. C. Jester, who with her daughters -
: _ _ Rtzgerald! &
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has been occupying rooms
it i AND A C. C. j -
I > Van Valzah block has opened a ladies' "
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY I tailoring establishment in the Gardiner : j QUIET DIGNITY Physician and SurgeonOffice Attorneys at -

(INCORPORATED ) dry goods store Daytona.Mr. Phannacj. ,Special Attention to Eu _'
; _ and Mrs. L. Seaman, of New IN THE over the Perfecting Land Titles|

I Florida Second Class 1IaU-: York, and D. G. Heisler, of Urbana, III., i--.iII each street, Daytona Fla. ", .
Entered the Postoffice as "
; at Daytona, Block
Conrad DAYTONA ]
ale recent.arrivals in the city. Telephone No. 74.

.. -. '-. WHITE HOUSE
:t SATUR'DAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1908 I I 1 I C.rv I>. fAudi T
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Ormond.Ormond I M.M.SEELYE.A.APhysician .
f fi .. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 8am.son.1 FOR : and Surgeon i
: I Feb. 13-Hayden SHOES WOMEN II i Attorneys at L *;
__.....11.50 who is making a tour of the Southern I MEN Electrical ;
One COPy one year---------.. .. __- _...... .15 Special attention given to Practicing In all 8tat tod .
One six month$._. ___ ______-_ .._. states, lecturing under the auspices of methods.
copy months.... .- ...........---. .-........ .40ADVERTISINU 'I treatment and Mechanical I Court. ClTlJ or Criminal DQID
One three ----- Bible Tract Society _
copy ------ the Watch Tower and that makes them correct I 127 So. RlJgewood Ave. Hours en IDy".Ulatlnrand careful attention. Bpeetai fe

RATES. of Allegheny Pa., will give two j] c.Q. 8.10:30 and 1330. Phone 85.Dr I DeJAond. Kiorlda.pcrfcctlac
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bible. lectures in the Union Church, Saturday -: Q and proper on ailoccasions. II
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DISPLAY ADVERTISEIESTS.RAte Feb. 22nd, at 3 p. m., subject: ] 1IUUCJCRW Isaac A.Stewart a Egf
Inch insertion to regular advertisers._....... ...........___10 cents! and iitI/ ST.L081S.U.s.A. I6tiJI4. J. E.: : .
Rate per inch per Insertion for less than three months_....._..... .._._Ta cents "The Overthrow of Satan's Empire I .-..- ___ I RAWLINGSi STEWART &BLV1Lavyers
I h Rate per per inch per per insertion for single ins rtion__ ......._...........__......._30 cents Establishment of the Kingdom of I i!
READING NOTICES OR LOCALS. Christ;" Sunday, Feb. 23rd at.4 p. m., Physician <& Surgeon. '
brand of Shoes
: w Rate per line, each insertion......_.. ..-___.............._............. 10 cents subject: "The Hope of Christ and the I WE carry a well selected line of this
t RATES FOR CHURCHES. LODGES ETC. Hop of the World." and can give you a fit and quality that will }be a source of Dr. Rawling's office over Gille's I Office next door to Bank

;:t All club society organization: ,lodge and church notices, other than religious 1 The entertainment given by the constant satisfaction to you.Let r DeLand, FloridaTITLES
1, cervices cents per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolution! o cents Fourth Day Club on Thursday evening drug store, Beach street. I .

;r per line. Legal advertising at legal rates.GENERAL was juite a uccess. Over twenty-fiv us show you this line at our store.
PROVISION'S. ltll1lias: taken in at the door. I E. L. STEWART
No single charge for display advertising of any kind less than 50 cent Mr Barker, of Pittsburg, is a guest at For sale by I ,i Volusia County Abstract, In Ye -_ -
advertisE'ment. An extra charge of 2 rents inch and SurgeonSpecial
Good position given every per Phvsician I '
Melrose Hall. .
i Title Insurance '
# No special positions given on lidless COMPANY.MOTOR \ ; Company .
will be made for ads Kith specified positions. THE PECK-HENDRICKS .
: than five inches. Next Friday is Music Day at the V. attention to diseases of the :I I Abstracts furnished and title i
4 No advertisements accepted for the first page. t. A., under direction of Miss Bessieiwver. Eye Ear Throat and Nose. Office 1 ed. Map. Plat and Blue PrtnUI
No. 101 Magnolia corner I piled. Bert FUb Free;care D.LAI
advertisement containing an an'ragf'l.f more and residence I
Extra charge made on display \ --- -- --- ------ gee*? and Trea Opposite Voloiia.i -
than 30 words to the inch. Mrs James Francis has been on the Palmetto telephone 82. Bank, UeLand. Fla. '"
All bills payable on the first of each month. Office Sours! 9 a. m. to a p. m.
-- -- -_ -___ -__ _-_ ---_ -___- -_u _- sick l H-t: the pa>t week. "'1.- _-= ----r ,- : -- ------- I I .

I!I ..;;.......... ;. ......; ; .;;..;;............. :" ;... .. -_ _- _ d_ G. A. KLOCK i D.D.&C. M. ROGEF

.I Port Orange. ,--.,. ::::--- Civil
Physician and Surgeon i

If' : j Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. i | Port Orange Feb. 17-W. visited the 'j I p"clalattenllon given to 1.1..M'1. of I I Ilb I Offices I(D.-\YTOXAand tr
: Seventh Day Adventist Church last I Kye: and Kitting of Glasses i* -o.JUdgewood MIAMI, FLA.
pboue ;5... omee hours r1U |i
MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor. : I week and found it a very neat and convenient -
i : I tolOp.W..5.IJIOSt3P.m i ) ( ;:: Daytona Offire Established 18757-1

It ................ ._ .._.&.&.......AAAAAA vv'.. ... ....A... ....A.......! will building be a nice and church.when finished inside SATISFACTION ', : --DAYTONA.-----FLA.--- ---: :
Seabreeze J'eb. 12; -An adjourned] Daytona Beach, Feb. 12-Rev, Dr. i|. f'ov. M. Bull, of Rhode Island,arrived M.' JOSIE ROGERS, M. D. j I H. A., B1RNARDI:
session of the Tow Council called for j j McLain, Held Secretary of the Board of |Thursday from a trip to Miami in his -Every7Jrtlaiiil1f:1nf IltlJliied" 'II I:
Monday night was postponed until Friday : Foreign Missions of the M. E. church I i:yacht. lie left Saturday for St. Augustine I Homeopathic Physician :I: Is ]li i<.it subscriptions and busia I"
will deliver an address at the M. E. : for the Times-Union. .*
night February 1 t. >: where he will remain a fedays Xo. 453 Xorth Beach Street.
The Four PicLerts have held good Church :Seabreeze avenue, Sunday : and then return south. I 6:00 i TIMES-UNION BUREAU, :I
ev'l Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 and :
J Louses at the \\\ilmans Opera House I ening, reb. 10. Dr McLain will I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Lufberry returned The "Automatic"Perfect to 7:30. I Smith & Hitch Real Estate Office.

1 for the past two nights andwon well on fail to interest his congregation as he I I from Jacksonville Friday. i iI Telephone Xo. 122. Beach SireeU f

: I popular favor. The company are registered has worked in the missionary fields in I Mr. and Mrs. GoebU; of New York, : power for all marine work. Made in two I IDa

I- at the l'rincess I&ena during their China for many years, passing throughthe :are visiting Capt. and Mrs. Fozzard. i iI styles-slow speed, heavy duty and yacht engine.
. stay. trying& times of the "Boxer's Rising"and I Burn to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sauls, a'I Prices and Catalog No. 19 on application. 'Lona Private Hospital -|i DR. BOHANNON'SPrivate ; t.

Ii Mrs. Tinsel, children and maid; MLA the reconstruction period following. : SOn and also the same day a daughter I IC Write us-we can save you money. and Sanitarium :: Sanitarium -

Withen:>poon of Nashville, and Miss William Ronald, who has been quitea I was born to Mr. and Mrs. David Jacksonat Florida Gas Engine & Supply Co. Every facility for the proper treatmentand f
II For the treatment of all]
sufferer care of aurglcal case*
from for than
j Tinstl of Richmond a Spruce Creek.
a pleasant partyat j Klectrlcal appllanevs., trained nur.e.,
Dixie Lodge, have taken rooms at month is now fairly on the road to recovery -j I Joe Ross of TitUbVille, arrived 8atur.I ." TAMPA, FLA. quiet surrounding Special attention Medical... Smrxlcal Ca.... .

the Martin cottage. to the gratification of his many I day to visit his daughters here !' .5 We also carry a full line of stationary engines. irrigating given loall. No patients<.: Second Term ave., Imytona.on appllcallou. 21) South Beach Street. Phone 74.

c Mrs. Williams, of Massachusetts, who peninsula friends. Friday evening the young ladies gave ': plants pumps pipe, motor boat supplies, etc. Physicians t'rs.0. A.In KUX-K Cbftrge.OSTEOPATH.. and K. HOWE, C. C. BOHANNON. M. D. .?.,
I was the guest of Mrs. Leland for a few There was a large attendance at the a Leap Year Ball, which was a great II i I -

necks, will spend the remainder of the Methodist Church Sunday morningand I success. It w a* the largest party of the 1 I P. ESCH. A\ D. *iI

": sea on at the j I'o[>ular Howard, Daytona. evening. Rev. Brummett, I). D., season. Thomasou's Orchestra from __ ___ ___u __ ___ ___ __ I. I .
1: _. The Ladies' Circle will; meet with Mrs. delivered a good sermon Sunday morning Daytona furnished the music. I'|....................................................... Dr. J. C. Herman. Physician and Surfleonc

I T. F. Williams this afternoon. This and Rev. Parsons held an an attentive -i Sunday afternoon Rev. Wilder and I '
I fifth house south of M. E Church
graduate under the founder
I !t J.... will b. the last meeting until after the congregation at the evening ser I: the choir of Grace Church Dr. DuBois i TWO BARGAINS i Still! KirksviIIe. Mo., located,on A.Vol-I I Peninsula Drive Daytona Beach. *:,

I ; -. Annual Bazaar, which will be held at vices. The little church is attracting a !: and son, Mrs. Meeker, Miss George, Mr usia avenue. on* door east of Halifax i Office hours 2 Telephone
'k.i Wiluians', Opera House, Feb, 20, afternoon ,large& contingency of tourists. i and Mrs. Milburu drove to New Smyrna : One Six Room house with double porch, Electric Lights, T.hi.lone : Journal office Daytona, Florida, I 12 to p. m. -;'

; y and evening. Mrs. Chas. Willsoii entertained a |.and attended divine service in the new : Ftc: corner lot, 9j feet on Hidgt"uod by 20 rpt-t. Good fence. Large : I Phone 40. I 207. t

; !'_ I 'Mr..and Mrs. J. 11. Hancock stopped thimble party last week. Good music Episcopal Church. : grape ,'ine. a number of peach trees good tJeart'rs. A g'N"1 home for : u __ ---f

i here a' few days enroute home from and dainty refreshments varied the i Tuesday evening about seven o'clock some one. I DR. \\'. A. GOVE S. H. GOVE 1

I I{ : Lake City and Jacksonville, on a visit to pleasant industrial program. The ladies |.James Parrott, one of our oldest citizens, I: One Five Room Cottage (one story building) lot lt)0slu) ) feet, itu\- : i

i t Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Williams, on Grand- had things all their own way as to passed away after a ten days illness. He : ted on Mulberry street. A cozy little home. .1 Dentist Architect Builder and

l"t view avenue. Mrs. Hancock Is Mr. the fancy work, but the gentlemencame leaves a wife, two children, two brothers I : Theseplaces are in Kingston, Just north "f Hatllrl Giod: Graded : Contractor 7I

I .;- William 6l.ter.f' in on the music and refreshments and two sisters to mourn his departure. : 'hol... A Church and J'ostoffit' near by. : Office: Turner lti [ The lllises Stubblefield, of Steven- and the afternoon was delightfully Call on nr write i i I I Residence and office, northeast cor
I and Volusia ,
ner Ridgewood
; Y: son Ala:, are expected at The Ma field spent. The ladies enjoying the occasion :I
t > Phone
I I''I'j ; > : H. McCLELLAN : PHONE 89 j 89. Daytona, Fl .._
were Mesdames Watter&on Wilcox Hill.
|3 :. the early part of the week. Holly --
The two cottages on Ocean Boulevard (Mrs. J. Ralph) Freeman, Escb, Evarts Kingston Daytona Florida. I I:

1 owned by Mr. Erreggcr were leased for and Brown. I Holly Hill, Feb. 13-Wm. Wetherell.Jr. i. | LESSONS I IN GERMAN.Ity Halifax Music House ;

Quite a number of nautilus ., has the erection of dwelling
; the season last week.. Miss Russell paper begun a ,
4't .has taken. ine of ,them to be used in have been found on the beach within house on the river frontage of his property .-.-.- ...............................................-... a l.ul'tho has a thorough ; George Wray ,
Jj connection with Dixie Lodge. The east the past week. Among the lucky find- knowledge
|I'l 1 cottage has been leased to W. II. Davis ers, some of whom found more than one | Mrs II.V.. Palmer and daughter, A RARE BARGAIN has traveled abroad. For fur buy Pianos. Pianos to Rent. Tuning -.

and family,of Meyersdale, Pa. of these rare specimens, were Mrs. Hoi- Mrs. J. F. Demorest of Englewood, Z A two-story house, two rooms below and two above. Double piazza on S ther information address I'. O. Box I Repairing and Polishing by a'

Charles Valentine and family, of comb, Mrs. Berger and Warren Wilcox.A. New Jersey, arrived last Friday. Mrs. j front Lot lOOxllOO feet fronting on river, pine timber enough for 200 or $ 20S, Daytona, Fla. skilled workman| .
more strands of wood. A number of fruit trees:! started; orange, peach, plum 3
II. Livermore wife and friend Mrs. Palmer handsome front
; Cleveland, Ohio, who some weeks ago; owns river persimmons, fig, mulberry and grape ,'ine... G od barn, flowing well, chicken ...................... ..........I..I(
: leased the upper flat of Dr. and Mrs. Stanley prominent people of Long Island luts here. yard, d..."rjar
Leland'sshome residence arrived the N. Y., have taken Mrs. Wright's At a regular meeting of the Council M. F. BLITCH. Holly Hill Florida .................................. .... .......... ...
latter part of last week and are comfortably pretty cottage on Peninsula Drive. The ht'ltIlast night funds were appropriated ...................................MO CM j .f
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party are taking their meals at The toward the marling of Daytona : Trunks Dress Suit Cases
Installed for the season. The ************************** ************************** I Ii Bags. j
party is composed of Mr. and Mrs.Chas. Pinehurst. avenue and pairing of Washington i

: Valentine 11 rs. Valentine, senior and Miss Abbey Freeman, of Griffin Ga., avenue. i I | Cabinet and Repair Shop : !I We have just received our new tock of

f. two daughters, Misses Ida and Aline, arrived Tuesday afternoon on a visit to Mrs. E. G. Meikel entertained a number I X Trunks, (Dress Suit Cases. Bags. Telescopes Trunk
<< and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Breor Mrs. C k Horn and family. of friends and neighbors Monday I : Furniture I'epairing, Mattresses Repaired) and made to order We Straps, NameTags

I .j Mrs. IXtra Diyton returned home Winn llaight arrived from I'et k-kill, night, cards )*ing the feature of the : handle] the celebrated Ustermoor Mattress and ,holint] jour and Shawl Straps.We .

i Monday night from an extended visit New York, the latter part of last week evening << 'fITlJt'r fur first-class work. trazigtave.. ent JVck Mk have
ItE compared our trunks, etc. with
: with friends at Brooklyn. and will spend the rest of the season Mrs. M. Conanant and daughter Miss! W. G. HOBBS. : other make and we find our

The! Seabreeze professionals will cross with his parents at their home on Peninsula May, spent the Sabbath lure with Mr E "I f lint: 11: the Iiesl We can get for the money at which they are so'd. We
: bats Drive. and Mrs. \V. II. Edrnondson. ........** ..... ..... ........... ........... guarT -
with the Stetson baseball team I antt-e our prices to be the lowest in the city for similar
next Monday and Tuesday, ieb. 17 An informal hop at the Seaside Inn Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Clegg and Mrs. : .................... .... I goods.
I ,. and IS. -. I Saturday evening was one of the delightful Clegg's brother arrived last week from J|

1ft : Mrs. liunthi entertained informally I social events that characterize this Battle Creek, Mich., and are occupying : Lumber Company : The Peck-Hendricks Company. -
at cards last Friday afternoon. hostelry. As usual, it drew a large Mr, Clegg's cottage OH Noith rront 1..B.I il |

': Two meetings of the I. O. R. M. committee society contingent from Da>tona. Also street. i MAMFACTlRfcKSOFROUGH ....................444.4.......Ifr000.. .......... ,
Washington's the sacred concerts as Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs E. C. Eastman of Marionette .....
on celebration .
t Birthday : ......... -
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; have been liddia Union Hall programs are pleasantly anticipated features \\w., were Holly Hill vi-itura i LUMBER .....
; Daytona, and sub-committes appointed of the day. Tuesday Mr. Eastman 11 a brother of 1 PINE AND CYPRESS E Have .1"1

; t to take charge of the work for the different Mrs. Julia Clarkson, Miss ILukson, Mrs. W. H. Edmondson and himself .i your pictures framed at Lesesnes. The most,

t :ij localities, Holly Hill, Kingston Big Springs, Ky.; Miss Jacobs, Milwaukee and wife are guests of his sister, Mrs. Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime I i complete plant in the city. Large line mouldings.1;

: Daytona Beach Seabreeze, Daytona, ; S. J. Peabody, Columbus City, Geo. II, Clark, of DaytouaJ. Cement in Stock. office and Yards: Mklftat 1 of
i? r New Smyrna and Port Orange. The Intl.; M. Bradley, were Monday arrivals D. Linsey, who was badly injured : and K U .T ana Orange I! ATHU 4MI
: See
Ie I ; New Smyrna tribe will stage a play on at the Seaside Inn. last week by a fall from his wagon, is'! 1.I.$-Bond Mill,Atlantic Const Line Ry., luu miles south of Jtcktonvllle.Kalamaioo S Lesesne at "THE KODAK PLACE" 11

; the tiling: of Feb. 22, at the Wilmans' "The Towfineys met with Miss somewhat better. His son, Sam D. ,on Sanford Branch 01 the K E.C. It,. .

t opera Lou-*. It will be a light comedy, Mabel Wakefield last Saturdav: evening Lmdaey, came over from Tampa Friday Phone 83 R. J. MALBY, Manager. : Beach Street, 2 doors North of 3rd Avenue.
\ entitled, "Ihe: Order of Ilerculta." in session. but was obliged to return to that city S
regular weekly and
Mr. Peterson and family, of Philadelphia refreshments made a pleasant break in Monday. ........................................4........... j ...........................- .....I.................i .

; Mr. aiid Mrs. Sole daughter and the proceedings. The clubwill be entertained POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. ; ,:................................................ ..!.
. r son, Miss Clara and Edward Solte, of by Mesdames Reed arid <
:" Michiganjhave.leased and now occupying Bowles at the Reed home ou the river rader tbl-t bead mill .pp..ar the an I ]

I" .; Mis.vJohn. Allen's cottage on Valley front at the next regular meeting. Hat iuuuremenLsofcand1dstc.and County offices *for tbe various "I I f getting a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Hoof a Hot Air Norman S. Dayton
i : street: I Tbe charge for Insertion of announcement
H. E. .
Nusbaum one of our tourist from now until the prlaiarlra are ; 'I
: I f Howard. Williams spent last week in residents:, has recently purchased a over,will lw li.i ", an eneptlon, however > I& or any of the other metal] nttev>itien required to complete] a mrern :'
booIng mad ln the case! of those 11 ho seek! ;
: ; ,; "", && nele'kitiBg at the home of his handsome Stanley steamer and himself election at County Coinuile-loner, and i I ;: duelling remember that I Iil
member of the Count Board of Public InI'
Mstert Mrs. S. llaigh. He leturned to and wife are more than ever apprecia.tive ttructlon.wbo will be charged $:{.'.>. I ; f Plans Estimates
i. Jacksonville. Monday It is to be distinctly understood that no I ,
our good roads and beautiful il ili
j ,J .' Mt. and Mrs. llevener, who have announcement will tw Inserted, without I ';' / ,
drives. llng paid for In advance as we have1' C. NASH dl SON
been Vshort\Bit to Southern Florida learned from experience that this Is tbe r ';'i I I
*A pleasant party from the Blue Grass only.aferuleFOR Superintendence
! and Cuba DAYTONA. FLA.
joined their friend at Elmira
State consisting Miss Osborn, Mrs. W. fc fc 'II 1./, ,
cottage. They both declare that
they H. Clock Mrs. Clint Griffith, Mrs C. G. TAX COLLECTOR. ; 1.f Lumber
f are best prepared to give and reliable Yard, Magnolia[
saw no place'while gone that could compare Stuart, Miss Nellie Stuart, Mrs. John To the People of Volusia County' J prompt service at fair prices. Avenue ard F. E. 0. KaUr.&y.
I i with Daytona and Seabreeze in desirability I I have decided to again become a Candidate : ,. General Real Estate office let door south |
I Blocker and and shop Volusia %
of location. two children, came upI for the office of Tax Collector at i I repair on Avenue, next to the Armory. MONDSOX postoffice. ,\p. II. ED-
I from Palm Beach the latter part of last the approaching primaries:!, and respectfully .' Manager Daytona, Fla Phones '
H. E. Olds united a i arty of friendsto I week and will remain over a few days solicit your votes and support. !i hone .).5. Out of town work solicited. I : and residence. at office yard

day.an excursion They made to the Turtle trip Mound on his: comfortable Sun-- : on their return trip to Owen!>boro, Ky. before I have and served believe you that in my this knowledgeof capacity i I.......... ...... ........................................::1t..t.ii I
f They are located the '"an'ab h
I, houseboat, "Idle Moments." : block. the details of the office and my experience : i,.." i....,".ii. ",'t iiIlYfiiNiNiimiiiii"hWimm'VJn,'..', iiR'.W.'iiMI.i *"** -. .- .
I Mr. and Mrs. Olds, Sr., Miss Lester and I places me in a better position ; f1
Miss Grace Bixbj, of Meadvilk, Pa., to serve you satisfactorily than a new AD. 'BRIDE P. N.(::9I"I1l4D"
Tilt of the Elmira cottage, and I Pr *ideat ?
" is spending" winter with Mr. andMrs. and untried man, or one not familiar : Cashier
Mrs. and Miss Uutchinson: were among with the work of the office. =a I Miller
Nusbaum in the Horn =Strohm
those enjoying the all dajs outing. cottage. Very respectfully yours, :1 Co.
t Miss Lena Tomhnson is tutoring a Mr. and Mrs. Blo-ser, recent arrival I). }'. :smTH S; MERCHANTS BANK
from Pennsylvania, located Sea
are on
small class: this winter. Her mornings FOR :sHERIrr : : (Branch Veillm Cvuoty Bank : Successors

are well taken up, but the has time for breeze Dr. Brummett avenue for and a week or ten will days.leave I To the Democratic Voters of \'OIIb1l'County I Capital Stock....,...................... .......... $ 50.00J PECK to -

an the afternoon work. class, and u: well fitted for the latter part of the week family on their return : I hereby announce: myself as a candidate -' ::B Personal 1 Liability....... .. ......... ..... ...... ::::::.:. 100,000: i & FOSTER.

John E. Collins and niece, Miss Deur, : trip to Chicago. They will stop at ject to for the sheriff action of Volusia of the county Democratic sub'3i TraaMcu a General Banking BuUnets. .

of New York are among the recent arrivals -:I St. Augustine and spend Sunday in primary. If elected, I pledge mj-self to'I Family Groceries]
at The Glenwood. Jacksonville.The impartially enforce the laws of thecounty : : 4 per' (.t.>nt. Interest Compounded Quarterly Paid I
; Ladies' Aid will: open a market at and to conduct the affair of I | 011 Grain
Mrs. Burnside and daughter, of Toronto Savings Accounts. J'an1
the office
at the Saturday to the very best of my ability. J 1
parsonage at :
l Canada morning
: have taken apartmentsat I earnestly request the support ..f all''
the SelJen cottage on Ocean Boule- 1100: o'dock. Home made bread, pies. t.ters at the primary. Safety Deposit Boxes for Reef and food
tard. cakes and confections, will be sold < LEE MORRIS. ,.... *Z
Z "W .W., .. /il.IJ".u.I'Hi.., ..u. Produce Product
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fa ; :i1 .Soorvtnir IpQCDIlDd forks/the !arc: Winter Tourist's Woe. -- : -

r' Local ; f fMM est assortment will interest to select from All at pricesthat A Boston young girl saw the scenery G. B. SEAMAN o.IPt TZMs w fishes Bash.Iew. .

... .. you. goods engraved Which in Florida's Blfb. ,
all to the
MMMMI.MBaaa- .a>Ba8 free. Geo. IL Clark, Jeweler. i But with tears in her eyes greenery. IS THE MAYOR. Kitchen Troubles and the Remedy Feb Feb 'J.-........,.,,.,.,,..,12U 1:16
I 2 1 JO 70S
tNew th Itft itbucklea, stick pins ,Mr. nd Mrs. G. H. Foy, of Cedar She signed in surprise, Feb _

hat pins and neck wear,just in. Rightup Rapids, Iowa, are the guests of' theJatter' "Why' nowhere I look Is a bf>an ry." MM >* .y Feb 4 3.__,,, 3:10 220: 1:50 Zoo:

to the' minute.. in style. Prices alway.rilni. mother Mrs. Catherine Beebe, Was Elected By One Vote Over E. An error commonly made by home owners is la imderesamttisg reb' 3:53 9:40

.: .-... at Blake, .. Miss Flossie Bingham Is visiting with W. Greene.-The Vote oa the necessity of proper saninuy equipment for the l kitchen. Feb 6 ........-., 4:43 10 JO

L M.: ROWE & CO. The Jewelers.N. t Bathing suits/caps and shoes at the her sister. Mrs. F. B. Wright, at St. Feb 7 .....-.....? 5:31 1120:
Ericksou Is again able to be out Chas. E. Gardiner Co's. Augustine.A Other Candidates.The = Only a few years ago i it was considered good form :o encase Feb a___ __ 6:10 12:15

after hiving been confined to his room Mr. and Mrs Louis Adler and Mr. full line of Hudnut's Perfumes at closest contest ever held in the the sink b wood thereby concealing the trap, making it insc.cessible Feb 9___ 7--09 1:11

with blood poisoning and Mrs. Peter Siems left yesterday for Young's Pharmacy. way of a municipal election in Dayton and owing a place for the collection of filth and rermin. Feb 10._.__ .,...,.,..... 8:10 2:10Feb
Palm Beach in the yacht! Cruiser. I occurred Wednesday when Galen B. If this condition 11.........,.. .-._. ., 943 3:10
James B. Bivlns left exists In household examine into It and
for Bar- The ,
Sunday They expect to be ten twelve regular St. Mary's Guild social Seaman was elected mayor by one vote your Feb 12.............,...._..,,,,.10:10 440
tow,where he to visit with relatives fine or dance learn the true of affairs.T .
expects will be state
days held at the Guild Hall I over E. W. Greene. Feb 13.........._.._..... ...11:00 4:01:
for a couple of weeks next Tuesday evening. The officers elected are as follows: / Feb 14......,..,..........,,,11:43: 5:45 _.
tCigars! Full assortment of full Bishop's Crystalized Fruits. The Ladies of Sf. Mary's Guild will Mayor-Galen B. Seaman. i i T Do not lose tight Feb 15.. ,,...12:15 6:25 :

Havana. Hankins, The Druggist. Hankins, The Druggist seave tea at the Guild Hall,. on Thursday City Clerk-A. McF. Porter.AssessorW. I / of the fact that your Feb 16- ... ....-.. .. 1:00: 7:03

Mrs. Claud Smith arrived Wednesday Le Roy Smith, of Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 20th, from 3 to 5 p. m. H. Edmondson. \\f food is prepared in Eeb 17.-........... .... ...- 1:33 7:35 J
Collector W. G. Hobbs. Feb ....... .. ... .
and 18- 2.03 S40
and is the guest of her .husband's secretary treasurer the Southern White wash skirts at the Cba?. E. : r'. .. die kitchen and the ?
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Smith. Mutual Aid Association, was in Daytona Gardner Co's. Treasurer-F. T. Peck. otens3s in which it Feb 19..?.-...,,..-....,.... 2.!S 3.-45
Friday of last week, the guest of M. L. Co..ncUmt'D-Geo.. H. Clark, Henry Feb 20._....._....,..,...... 3:15 920
Paul P. Lyons,"of Bndeaburg Pa., Doffins. 'Phone 28 and we will call for your Schmidt, Joseph Osborne and E. L, f ill prepared dependon Feb 21.-. 3:. 5 10.05)

arrived from Chicago Thursday afternoon cleaning and pressing.; O. S. Burnett, Shear. I \ [ the sanitary arrangements Feb t 22- 4:3.5. 10:50:

and joined his family.on Palmetto .What Is Lily Water? Call at the Cottage avenue. School Trustees-Wm. Jackson C. M. for Feb 23., -... ...? .....,. 52 11** ..

avenue. Electric Light Plant.S. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Whitney and Rogers and G o. H. Ludwig.For deanEneu, there Feb 24.- ...-,.,,.-,,.,,,.,,. 6:05: 12.-W I

Go to Young's Pharmacy for mineral B. Wilson, County Tax Assessor, daughter, Nettie, of Hartford, Conn., school trustees there were but saicjuardigtinst Feb 25_ _..__ 7:08: 1.O5
water of all kinds.J. was a in Daytona several days this are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. two names on the ballot and seven 1 Feb 26.x.--. 820: ?49
week receiving returns. Mr. Wilson White on South Beach street. voters wrote the name of Geo. H. Ludwig contamination of Eeb 27 .. .......928: 330
E. Rush, .who is traveling for a will be a candidate for re-election before on the ticket thus electing him as cither food or Feb 28.--. -...._.....,...10.32 4:40

wholesale house, spent several days the the coming primary. tMeet me at Curtis' and try a Peppo the third member. There were also a ----utensils. Feb 29.........................,11:30 5.35:
forepart of the week with his family at Phate for the stomach's &aVe. number of scatttering votes for this I iI i Forenoon and afternoon tides are approximately
this tMeet me at Curtis' and try a Peppo
place.Mr. Phate for the stomach's sake. Donnelly Hatfield's Greater Minstrels office.A The most certain at the same hour. Automobiles .
and Mrs D. A. Blodgett and were greeted with a packed houseat total of 109 votes were cat, seven can be driven on the beach twc-
Master Delos Blodgett have been at Waukee.Mr. and Mrs. W. D Johnson the Seabreeze Opera House last night. of which were illegal. way to do this is to employ us. to install! a snowy white, spotlessly hours after high tide and within two ..

Cocoa the put week, the guests of Mr. The show is firstclass and worthy of the The vote polled was as follows: clean, <3tadavo Porcelain Enameled Kitchen Sink. You will I hours of high tide.
and Mrs. E. P. Porcher. Mr. and Mrs. Galen' B. Seaman, of large patronage it receives. For Mayor-E. W. Greene 36; Geo. find it a remedy for kitchen trouble. MASONIC
South Ridgewood aveuue. Mrs Seaman H. Matthews, 16; F. W. Pope, 17; Galen DIRECTORY.
Bakery goods, strictly homemade, and Mrs. Johnson are sisters. ffWanted teacher for a boy of B. Seaman, 37. HALIFAX LODGE Taortdaja Na II. f. A. H-
Meets lit and and
fresh every day at Mao's'Cafe. tf twelve years. Address rfestoffice\ Box
First class upholstering done at For City Clerk-A. McF. Porter 92. JOEDOSBORNE HALIFAX CHAPTER. >o. i. K. A. *.-

Mrs. A. M. Thomson, of Boston is Hobbs, Orange avenue entrance to Peck 591.The For A8.'IeIISOr-Geo. F. Smith 43; W. MMUtudTanriday.ORICNTALCOMUAMDERY.N: : ', ..T.MMt. .-
stopping with Mrs. E. A. Bryant and Block.I / Four Pirkerts played to good II. Edmondson. .W. .ilk'I'lallnda7.
will give private horoscope. readings at houses at the Seabreeze Opera House, For Collt'Ctor-W. G. Hobbs 87. LIVE OAK CHATTER No. 1, O. E. ..-
Meets 2nd and tta Tuttdayi.
the home of those desiring.The Assessor Geo. F. Smith present/ a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday ev- For Treasurer-F. T. Peck 88. All meet U Masonic Hall. Oraai M.....
report to the City Council blonds fight enings. The company has been considerably For Councimen-W. F. Jibb, 37; Geo
Incessant popping of the Gaxette- showing the assessed valuation f the strengthened since last since seen H. Clark, XI,- Henry Schmidt, 71; Joseph P. B. DOBBINS Gun and
News gasolene eaigne has been.hushed. City Daytona to be S1.2S2.3SO The SIN Locksmith.
here and their entertainments are meritorious Osborne 91; E. L. Shear 73.
The worn out muffler has been re- valuation last year was $1,277,000. and pleasing. For School Trustees-Wm. General repairing, key fitting saw fil
placed by a new one, and Col. F. D. Jackson r..p. R .i ing. Trunks, values, umbrella aid
Spring is now happy. Mansfield's. Creamery Butter and Purity t Welch'* Grape Juice in any quantity 76; C. M. Rogers, 84; Geo. II. Ludwig I parasols repaired and recovered. Lawnmowers ,-
Butterine in one pound bricks at at Young's Pharmacy. INSURANCETHE repaired and sbarptaed, Badges sad .
and Rubber
tMMt as.. at Curtis' and try a Peppo Birchwood's. tf Council Proceedings. tap. stamp -
Phate for the stomach's sake. The steamer I'ncle Sam, Capt. Wm. official seals. 228 South Beach Street, e
Commodore J. H. Allen arrived Sun McCoy arrived in port Wednesday ev- Fire and brimstone sizzled at the Daytona> Flo.'Bamboo.
The present month though the shortest day after a weeks stay at the Out ening from Palm Beach. The Uncle meeting of the City Fathers Monday evening

of the year baa five Saturdays, hence ing Club, on the Haulover Canal Sam will make trips to Palm Beach at and plenty of entertainment was
five publication days for the Gazette- and left the next day for Jacksonville, intervals and will leave again as soon as afforded the onlookers.The .
Newa. It will be a century before another where he is having his fast motor boat the passenger list can be arranged. This ordinance providing for .cutting;

February will have five Saturdays.E. put in order for the races. trill is one of the most picturesque in out the mayor's salary started the fun. STRONGEST .

L. Howard remembered the Ga tLatest styles and samples for spring Florida. This ordinance was called up on third

zette-News Saturday with some ot and summer 1908.. Burnett, the Tailor, Leghorn eggs for hatching, white, reading and was vigorously opposed by Furniture
the finest sweet potatoes we ever saw. Alderman Howard; Alderman Rowe also AND
Cottage avenue. brown, buff and bhu t'k. Bert Heacock,
Mr. Howard is a successful gardner and Cedar street. tf opposed it mildly and when it came to a sIs
always baa the finest vegetables on the Fred S. Clapp arrived Wednesdayfrom vote was snowed under, Alderman Han-
market. Washington, Ind., and has been Mr. and Mrs. Juhn A. Miller and their kins being absent. The matter was reconsidered BESTCOMPANIES nice and attractivefor
greeting his many Daytona friends ever sons, J. Adler and Theodore H., were and it was then passed on
*Turkey dinner every Sunday and since. He formerly owned what is now guests of The Despland Wednesday and third reading.An .

Thursday at The Howard tf Young's Pharmacy. Mr. Clapp is accompanied Thursday departing for Rockledge, en. ordinance providing for fire ladders any part of the

J. W. Wilkinson departed Monday afternoon by W. I.. Johnson and F. B. route to Miami in their Locomobile, in and buckets to be kept at each

on the return journey to Los Fornwald. which they had made the trip south house in the city was passed on third house. New stock atOhiighamMayCi.

.Angeles, where he is engaged In the Pine and hard wood delivered from their home, Middleborough, Mass reading. REPRESENTED.CONRAD .

real estate business. Mr. Wilkinson has promptly. Drop card to Fred Kingston, For Sale-Roll top desk, good as The assessor: was instructed to pre-

bun visiting In Daytona for the past Kingston P. O. ,tf new. Will sell much below cost. Enquire pare special assessment roll covering
few weeks, Gazette-News two-thirds the cost of Daytona avenue. i!
at office.
Dr. F. II. Houghton U again at his .
The total cost of grading and marling
tFull line of wash belts, also elastic office after having been laid up for a Manager lienn, of the 'Gator moving the street was $364.06. I.
belts, at the Chas. E. Gardiner Co'.. month with a serious attack of la grippe. picture theatre is giving the patrons of FURNITURE
As the budget, which appears else
Ira. B. W. Benn, of Philadelphia The doctor says he never before realized that popular resort good value for their where will show, the salary of the city ....... .. .
that the gnp could get such a gnp on a money and U meeting with a liberal
wife of the proprietor of the 'Gator clerk wa increased $50 per year and theassessor's
person, and that be came very near patronage as a result: His pictures this UID'EITIIIIG:1-:1
moving picture theatre, joined her husband salary was reduced that much. Neville R
last week. They are comfortably losing his grip. week have been fine, especially the ---- t Order That Spring Suit Now I

located in the RIvervlew on South H For Sale-Hunting cabin launch, 23 Blue Beard and Ben Hur films. New Services at First M. U. Church. I
,Beach street. ft. long ft. beam, 5} h. p. engine. A. pictures tonight. Don't fail to see them. from our custom t.U.rlD4 depart.II .

C. McNeal Ormond, Florida. 372.'Dad" Mercerized Tissues in checkes and Next Friday night at eight o'clock, '7/b, ?meat Then yon can bare it made
Dr. Houghton, dentist, west end of the Rev. Dr. J. W. Holland, of Chicago,
South celebrated his stripes at the Oha?. E. Gardiner Co's. iaat the way you want It-from
Bridge Peck Block, phone 32. tf Matthews sev will deliver a reading consisting of monologues --.---
Harry Wray has disposed of his jewelry enty-second birthday Thursday by The Cleveland Pathfinder in impersonations: throat whistling cloth of your own selection and a I .i.iI

business at New Smyrna and aftera christening a punch bowl which was Daytona Wednesday arriYedti; its etc. lie corner most highly recom ;, style design of your own choosing. '
to him his friends at his Miami. ; 1 1II
by return from
presented trip ty mended. .
vUlt with his father, Geo. Wray, in Eyes Examined Free.At
this city; left Friday of last week for last birthday. Many of his friends were comprised Mr. and Mrs. James -Laugh- Suuday School at 10:00 a. m.. J. X. We can nraiah you for$25 to$40 I .
Sanford'where he will embark in the on hand to "help It happen," and they lin, 3rd Mrs. W. D. Russell, of <*I Ilndo. Whitman, Superintendent the beat tallored-to-mea.ure auit
all vied with each other in wishing him and R. M. Bond of DeLand. left Clark's Jewelry Store.
same line of business.For Thy At 11:00: o'clock, the Rev. R. C. Mac- you erer wore-shape, style work-
many more birthdays.If Miami Friday of last week, but became Lean, Field Secretary of the Foreign .t Um-- i
first-class Steam manshlp and quality unsurpassed 'S3MIt 1
work-Daytona gasolene stove don't work lost in the Everglades for two days. Missionary Society, will preach. Dr. a ,
Laundry, phone 8., tf I right drop your a card to W.. G. Hobbs, Box They finally located the right road and MacLean was presiding Elder of a large i 9 ebecauaemade to fit your Individ L. Z. BURDICKContractor 1i i

H. E. Partridge Jr., Florida agent of I 82, he will send a man to fix it. I the balance of the journey was without district in China during the Boxer Movement .4 w ual form by Ed. V. Price & Co., ..
the Atlanta, Birmingham and Atlantic II mishap.For. ; to hear him tell of those terrible ( the House of Over a Thousand .
The first of series of weekly euchre Builder. :
a ?
Railroad, with headquarters at Jackson Sale-1007 model Reo runabout times and the marvelous change which Si Tailors."
I held at the Hotel
ville, was a caller at the GazetteNewsoffice I parties was Despland with folding rear seat, in first class has since taken place is a treat no auditor :
I Thursday evening. Light refreshmentswere Plans and Estimates Cheer-
last Mr. Partridge hasa will ever forget.
served. Prizes awarded as shape. Will sell at an attractive figure Their beautiful line of 500 fabriea
were The revival meeting will begin next
fine set of eight souvenir postal cards follows: Mrs. Andrew Gordon, Enqure Geo. F. Crouch, GazetteNewsoffice. Sunday at 7:00:: p. m. for Spring and Summer-shown fully Furnished
of Georgia subjects, that he will be ladies'I ,
I .
first prize; Mrs. W. J. Morgan, ; The public is most cordially invitedto here exclusively by us-oilers an
glad to mail to any address for eight attend all of these services.
cents. Geo. Mason, gentleman's first; W. J.1 Entry blanks are ready for those who D. H. RUTTER, Pastor. admirable range for selection and Building Cottages a 1
Morgan, second; Mrs. Chas. B. Luce, wish to enter their boats in the annual their original fashion plates .q-
We are making some swell suits right lone band. regatta under the auspices and manage
here in Daytona. Come in and pick ment of the Halifax River Yacht Club. Xo charge for preliminary plans and Beat many novel Idea. for the ben Specialty. i it
Dr. Addison O'Neill, Osteopath. estimates of work at actual slit of particular dressers.
one. O. S. Burnett, Tailor. Second season in Daytona. Office 220 The races are scheduled for March 4th ; .
The annual bazaar and valentine sale Volusia avenue near railroad station. I and 5th and the course will be on the cost. Norman S. Dayton, Daytona. tf t SEABREEZE FLA.
Treatments given at residences or hotelsif Halifax in front of this city. The Come in e&l'J-bel.re everybodyelse
desired. tf ....NN.N.NNN1.NNN : 0. S. BURNETT
Episcopal blanks may be obtained from H. G. ia dressed. up. -and see fabriea :

evening of last week was quite a MICcess. M. Ella DeVoy & Co., had their spring I Hunnewell, secretary of the Halifax 1 FOUR BARGAINS ; : Nea.. 4404 L, 4308 K. 4368. t

The sales netted something over millinery opening Friday and Saturday : River Yacht Club. Handsome trophiesand i i _.,_ -. s.. II. ea 43201. 4278 HH and style de c t Tailor.Orders I .
of last week and a steady stream of interested 1 will be awarded the winner of For Sale at Low Price
affair in of cups
145. It was an artistic point Than
--.a..... ..... w.-... ,. signa. 485. 403 and 4Q1. -
beauty and decoration, and the ladies femininity has been viewing each event. c..M_..... Take. for Royal TaUedq
the latest and dearest creations of art. : One Launch, cost ,fOll) for t u'ckr' sa tell ua to take your measure
received many compliments on their .Three launches for sale. Inquire of Cleaniag, Pressing, Altering sad
display. The company has opened millinery par : W. A. Barker, Ormond. tf : :$250. ANTHONY BROTHERS Repairing for Ladies tad Qtx-
lors at The Clarendon this week. The I Two 5 tracts
t acre on Ridge-
.For Sale-Automobile, single cylin- really beautiful creations shown are .For Rent-Seaside cottages, completely I tlemen. We call for and

der Cadfllact! 1907 model, cape top, used their own productions. i furnished, from 2 to 14 rooms, f wood avenue, rost $2500 each t.++............N..1.N.NI....1....N.. ...1.. .. deliver all goods.
one year. Inquire T. H. Dobbings, Starr latter suitable for boarding house, toilets for $17.$0 each. HALIFAX Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
cottage,Peninsula Drive.Daytona Beach JGulf Refining Co., phone 70, kerosene : some electric lighted. Inquire at s 1 new Reo Automobile. S Phone No. 32.
and machinery t AND TRANSFER CO. .1
gasolene cylinder windmill 0x IIYERY
Cherokee cottage, opposite on t Address i.
to state
The Gazette-News I is glad oils. Office and warehouse at Daytona C. H. FOT, D AY1'O..t ,
that'Eo M. Watson, who with his wife, Novelty Works, E. Dillingham. Agent.T. board walk, Seabreeze. If .................. S JAMES RIX Manaier.
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daughter and nurse are occupying the --- Carriages,Surreys Phaetons, Top Buglct
Allen cottage on South Palmetto, id E. Fitzgerald returned Sunday afternoon Democratic Primary Cslledi 4$444H4 and Rubber The Raaaboutt. I .

rapidly gaining in health and is able to from Tampa, where he visited, I 'Busse. meet all ara.D" Baggage allle4. 9 .
be out almost every day. Mr. Watson the Florida State Midwinter Exposition,' mittee The State met at Democratic Jacksonville Executive Tuesday Com and I For Sale Cheap.Enterprise pl: i Carries Paint'rbOD.I Bbop In.C'oBBMllon. .. .

comes from Jersey City, N. J., and is and attended the banquet tender dito May 19 was decided as the date on f NN.= ...N........IN. NNN11.. ..................
the president of the Jersey City Printing the State officials and newspaper*.inen. which the first Primary shall be held. -- --.--- --. -_ -
Co., one of the largest printing establishments The Fair is well worth visiting, but it is The second primary will be held on Stereoptican,
in the State. to be regretted that the East Coast June 1C. J
'4 ----- -- With Sun Rival Light,

For Sale-At a big bargain, an air .knot better represented. St. Lucie Surveys To Be Msde. : (Very Pine ,I -

motor windmill 2000 gallons, cypress County is the only coast county which : Norman S. DaytonREAL An Iron that irons. A luxury t.
pump has an exhibit.If Resolutions directing that two sureys 60 views Around the World;
tank and tower, all in good order. > of Florida harbors be made, one of T 60 views Passion Play; lectures I women.
Enquire 200 North Ridgewood, corner you want the best oranges for New Smyrna inlet and the other for a T Saves :30() per cent of time lid 75

Third avenue.J. home consumption or to ship call at channel sixteen feet deep and three screen and everything ESTATE. per cent cf fuel.
Grove New Smyrna road rates complete for entertainment.A. I
Point hundred feet wide from St. Augustine i
W. Erregger has leased to Henry B. reaaon..ble Ask yonr neighbor or
and shipped express harbor to the to the
are sea were agreed by
Welsh, of New Rochelle, N. Y., through tf FIELDER, W. H. EDMONDSON.:
the Rieman Real Estate Agency, the otherwise. Ferd Nordman Senate of the United States Tuesday, Care of pioperty. tat door south of pohtoffice. W. 11. ED- !

Morse property, which he purchased A telegram announcing the death of upon the request of Florida's new senator : New Smyrna, Fla. : MONDSON, Manager, Daytona, Fla. Plans, Estimates and

from the Moras estate last year. Mr. Mrs. Blodgett's mother, Mrs. Hudson William James Bryan. :NNI N N.1.N/N..NN Superintendence Lumber yard, Magnolia Avenue and THE FINEST "-,

WelJh'lpartylnelodea his wife mother, Wilson at Fairbault,was received Mrs.by Blod W. 111 NI..11 NN..N NNN NNN N.NNI.1.INN....11: F. E. C. Railway. Phones at office, yard and residence -
morning. BATHS
children and servants, who precededhim E.Blodgett Monday .
from Jacksonville, from which gett left about ten days ago for Fair
point be made the trip in his Royal bault, and was present at the bedside 1908 ELMORE CARS i ii ?/ ON EARTH .
Tourist Daytona her mother died. Mrs. Wilson i FOR MEN AND WOMEN 25 J
automobile, reaching and bas immediate delivery. Also [fail sizes . . . . i I
about 1:00 a. m., Friday, February 7th. spent last season in Daytona in stock for .
after several mishaps. many friends here who wili regret to \I LILY WATER

learn of her demise.An i CONTINENTAL TIRES. i Daytona IcePURE. Company, Tics.t W0 *M Tl.t"*.
Mr. Clark, of Clark & Watton, has
connected his business with a wholesale intimate knowledge of the building Z Several Good Second Hand Cars. Prices Low. i ICE \ ELECTRIC LIQHT
will save :
of locality
fish house-Montgomery & Co., of Oak PLANTr'
Hill, which will enable him to supplyall you many annoyances, and perhaps extra t n I UlUfiMT ORMOND BEACH GARAGE i. Made from Distilled Water.
demands at all times. Thanking his costs. Let us advise with you. It D. A. LnmUil. I ORMOND, FLORIDA. i.i Factory corner Railroad and Voluaia arenas. 4 ....
customers for their be costs you nothing. Norman S. Dayton ... ........ i Q R !W >Aaw eW *W eW .
put patronage tf t........*..NN...+. .1..1.........N. N I
hopea-to.mtrlC their future patron&ie.'i. 2t5J Daytcna.-

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:; Fronting on the B.. t Electric Lights and '::;
r Halifax Hirer. Modern Improvements UNNECESSARY

, f i i SCHMIDT'S HOTEL i ii t..._.'- ,. k rom+ : .{.4......... On the Noted Ormood. Drivers Itlt.-Daytow Who. Will Beach Con Say Correct in Styles.No LADIES'l;i3ontb I3eeeh 1311iet@!lfOtill,Daton tl2ttntlatr tq. '

: Formerly Schmidt' Villa. .
i test Here Next Month. NN II.. -
I ... .. HENRY! SCHMIDT!* SON, Proprietors, i -'_J '1: r- Yge fotY rytra0rnsnak RIaf
t << President A. B. Foster is in receipt of Z J. C LARK, De.ldr, Ia 1Ial' aa4
I t : DAYTONA, FLORIDA. a letter from Secretary Butler, of the Oysters and Clam Game In $eaaon. AD.......

; 1 i : Automobile Club of America saying| will receive prompt attention. '=.:.:.

e that he has conferred: with Cedrino and : Telephone 28, Cottage Avenue DAYTONA,!0 .

1:; p t. Fine Home Table Delightful 1 other noted drivers who will compete in 1...........................NNNHIP...... -
Sonny Rooms
Reasonable Bate
il. r << i the tournament on the Ormond-Day-
:I ti ,I ." ,y" " " " "y"'MY" '" ,' 'rVi.l tOM Beach next month and that these """"'

i I drivers are all of the opinion that proposed -
1 i **********************A**.****,***.Mft,<*<,.*N**A 1r,. loops at the ends of the course are

i : Accomodates Fifty. unnecessary.In San Mateo Cigar

<< All Coav.ai.nc.*. fact the drivers say they
<< the beach than on
<< much rather turn on

| Rates: $2.50 Per Day and L p. Special by Month i *" loops. Have Made
.I Company, Attention I" Entries already received: are very encouraging

1 i An attractive house with Urge and airy rooms,hot and cold water through the rtrt "For recreation 3onill now and from present indicationsthe 9
T boas, ulpbur or salt water baths,electric light,furnace beat and telephone
T Sums of the Ieabantratureof-Th Plne" are IU wide veranda*and It. Roof : listen to a story from head coming tournament will be a suc of rt
Garden,affording a fine view of the countrT. rt".r and ocean. CAPT. { and Reputation
"ThePinee"tasltuatedonsouth Ridgewood. tb.. highest arena inT Day tones rt quarters. IEXALLIJ. cess. The entries will close:! tonight
<< Rooms single or en suit*.wttb or without private batb.ST ... Mr. Butler will then be in a positing to

r r. *** OPEN f r'RO.n !\OVr\\Bf: :!? 15 TO .'\.\Y 1. :. THE A certain HUMAN man LOCOMOTIVE.lwcaue hewas know just exactly who will compete.: Their Own.
<* st soil imagined +
to strong hearty, P<
t MRS. J. B. UI. SKY, Proprietress.: .
: : Conrad for Legislature.The
lie looomotive.
sae a The of the San Mateo Cigar is one oithe
I :t 338 South Ridzewood Avenue DAYTONA, FLA : There was,lie thought no limitto friends: of E. T. Conrad throughout ,
tf .... a his vitality. the county have been urging him to greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast t'
4. yyyy,y"y" fyy " f ******.********* s He regarded Ins stomach as
become candidate for representativein
-- - -- -- - the firebox. All he had to do E since the freeze.
I MNNINIIN.................................. VM to keep the hrebox full the Legislature from Volusia County .

.\bgnolla+ AvcnuI -. lie 1.,1I01lf'd the Mil and he has finally consented to shy his Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the penis- :

I .. THE CLEVELAND, L-I o Di wtite P'.M"h Steamboat plan, ant 1 crowded castor in the political nog. Mr. Conrad sula of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce and wrapped ;
I has been identified with Volusia Countyfor
every old thing into hU stomach.
i with the rich, silky leaf grown on East Coast plantation.. ,;]
IB* :S. B. GREEN Proprietor. One day when he was pulling many yeaiy and well known to the
-- a heavy load the firebox didn't voters throughout the county. He is a the cigar industry of the world has never produced better good
New House. New Furniture. Steam Heat. Plumb I I
ing. Gas Lighted. Everything Vp-to-Datr.Sanitary I burn right, so the Human Loeomodeetoppeltoinvestigste.. thorough business man and a man who For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union J

would be a credit to Volusia County in Florida.
News train entering ;
Rooms 1 Now for 190708. B. found the flues choked, Company on every
Only.louse Open y the law making body of the State.
i the firebox full of clinkers and Twenty sizes styles and grades to select from. |,

to Muffed! with furl that it Icouldn ...
CENTRAL AUTO GARAGE. t even show a red glim Daytona at the Head. FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.Manufactnred : r

mer. From hotels, boarding houses, transportation
Charging Plant. Cars Stored. Gasoline, Batteries, Cylinder OilsRepairing Somebody told him to Veep a men and others most likely to By

I clean fire with a good draught be in a position to ascertain facts on the SAN RATIO:

,t; ; i Promptly Attended To. and a certain feed it quantity regularly at,a with time.only subject comes: the report that Daytonais S. W. ROWLEY ITLORIDAis ;

ahead on tourist residents at t h
.................................................N lie was further advised to 1..u.Iu.t l.tut..JAI..I. utut.LI.11..1.1J.Jtll.1ulu. J I
use!Recall Dyspepsia Tablets 'I. time; and yet the tide of travel has but

; .................................................... for the purpose of putting him- recently set Daytona-wise in earnestIt .
et elf In hrsl-tlass sha|>e. v is easy to note the increase. in popu FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILW

The Ivy Lane InnEnlarged lie lid as he was told, and t.' lation by the large crowds at the post .

was soon able to pull and haul office, the number that crowd the excursion
as well as ever" <(<:tesMes he auto busses and the various

and Improved puffed less under a h"u110a0L f river craft: on their daily trips, ul im or 99 No. 33'No. 291 STATIONS. No.75.Na.74jNa.iPally
e Dally I Dally | Daily | Dally
down the Halifax and its water byways.
With Increased Facilities in All will be able in still Rexall Dyspepala Tablets 8 oo pm 100u am 700 am r. .. ....lactwav ...... ....,A 730 pm 740 pa 1
t Departments, arc absolutely guaranteed to --- -- ---- 910pmlOlSpm 1100am 879 am .......... Aagoalna.. .......L. (20 pa (40 pa 711
t 11(Sam 28am ... .. xutk.l.tt..Lv 848 Ill
( .a larger degree to please and satisfy those who desire refined cure all thedlstresslng Our Exhibit Midinter Fair 1152 pm 129 pm ........ Ar.v. .._..H.t.ZOrtaood..Lv 11p... 406 pa pa
t of Dyspepsia and Indices* 120'1 acs 135pm 1106 am Lv.-.Ormond. ..-Lv x22 pm 868 pa 4e0
I elegance as well as All Comforts and Conveniences tins,or we'll pay for all the ( The exhibit of the Citizen's Leaguefor UHna 145 pm 1117am12Un'n Lv....,..,.. D,y a..... .. ..Lv SOT pa 844 pa 411
Lass ,
222 -.L ads
C.: medicine you take. tile Mid-lVinter Exposition has!I 156 am am 317 pm pm 112pm Lv...... ..... TUl .,.........LT 112 280pmTltn pa 2 117 13 pa pa fie
f Open from November to May. been shipped. It iontaiu, 239am 356 pm 200 pm LT...........RoclJce............LT 1227 pa 557 Lot 1 41PALATKA
,. .. Prlc.25*.,it cur ttori 01.'Nil. among "' 239 pm ..........KaaGalu*....,.......LT UM aa a
other things, celery, lettuce straw 147 pm LT"! ..._.__JtliMNUB .M........LT 11*t am Ir t
YOUNO'S a12am tOU ....... ......... .
;Pt1ARMACYDRUOGISTS pm 460pm LT. Fort Mere* L fa 00 am 11 35 pa
WAI.1 1i W. FOLTZ Lessee. bt-rn-', cabbage: peas and a number of 715am 766 pm80S 555pm Ar........ lktch..Lv, 740am 143 aa tIS
other vegetable iu boxes also 723am7a pm 705pm Ar..Boyairolnttana.. .....LT 790 ua 837 8B N
: ,
., amlOUam 812 pm 714 pm Ly........ ...Breaters.............LT 725 aa 982 ba ;4tt
.................................................... %- Vw some fine i lusters of jrajjCrui; and orangea. 1425 pm 010 pm Ar...,..........Miami.,...... ,.....LTAr 490 aa 715 w tee
... ...... 030 am L. .. MlamL. ........ .' ........ ... .. $50
.. ........ A too( am Ai*..........Homestead........... LT ... .. ....
.... ..,............ .. ................. Among those who furnished produceI I I Dally e xecpt itonday ,

for the display are the following: BRANCH

,u' HOTEL DESPLAND TLf M'Hlel Farm t'un.Pan| >'. j jCeo. Leave EMI CAST PALATKA Arriv LavPalatka. PALATKA TO -
II. Miitinie i TO PALATKA Palatka EAST PALATKAso P
r. A. II. Lund. am ......No. 44 Daily,.,.... 540am840am 84Sam .. ...Xo. 47 Daily... .... {01 a41m
;., .1 s 20 amtUam ......ra 49 DUIy........ 900am1130am .. ..So. 4S Dally........ $5
1 DAYTONA FLORIDA. : F. JL L. Bruha..r. '......Na 50 Daily.. ,.. 9 56 am .......No.51 Dally.. .... 50
4 .1.11'. HaJJ A So,,. 1206 pm .,... >o. a Daily...,.... 1225pm4W 100 pm ......No. M Dally....... 121
I 411 pm ......No. M Dally...... pm 446 pm .. ......No. 65 Dally........ It!
u Mr I>a>'ii. 660 pm .. ..,No.M Dally.,....... 10pm 940 pm ......So. 67 Dally....... ONt
1 i "The Favorite." Steam Heat j A. F. Chandler. i t 10 li pm .......No. M M Dally....:... 151

M II. Zuber.E. .
f .
I- Itowardof Dajluii. heath &td Leave EAST PALATKA Arrlv* Lavav I SAN MATZO TO
t Open for the Season -o8 under of j E* tPalatka San
; Igo7 management TO SAN NATEO Itl4uaw EAST PALATKA
: Mr. Lewis, of Kingston, furnished son, Mat o P

fine HcirnCTi3 of of 480 am ........So. 45 Dally,: ... 460am 465am860am .....No, u Dafly........ ale 1s
u.p( sweet {xttatues, one x20 pm ........No. M Dally,,.,.,.. 945 pm .....N0. M Dally,,... Ill
L. M.-WA1TE, Owner and Proprietor.City )Jr. Howard's potal" neighing light I 1109pm ........N'o. 68 Dally,..., ? 1128 pm 1130 pm .......So. a Dally......?.. 110 I

at and number of others Na s.21
pound a
: ranging n2b Sun.Onlj. o.7 MAYPORT Its 1{ Aw 90 stall
.................................................... between four and six pounds eac b.I!I Only Dally ex Dally Sun. BRANCH Dally Only 8na. ,

Mr Guthrie furnished some gin nt l I SCO em I0i am e00pm 800am840am LT....JacktoDTUle..ATLf

.4 turnips; W. F, Kotzicn some ?|iecimtris 240pm248pm 10 10 Mam Mam 540 844 pm pm 84 am00am Lv.Yablo_. Atlantic Heaeh..LyWarn B acl ._LT 710am 1213 100 pa pa I1/100(

Hold of his palmetto products, which are sure I SCO pm 11 10 am 700 pm Ar...... x. n..L. Baas{44 am 113 1l09.'a pa 400 IUpa

r to attract much attention. Its Udly 3 ball Ya t ..,.City Brsocb lYw Daily= 54 1(.- 11 S aar4 inaak I t7
Altogether C. S. Kienian, Secretary of Dally
j _, the League, has prepared a ery attractive SUpm40opm 930am1100am LT.Lr.New Lat.Smyrna UelcuLr.Ar. iSUpm1106pm 100pm (80pm601pm k Warn LT TUofrui*lr.1 q .._
------- 90 aa Ar. eaaftmt iT.tUOO
: OPEN ALL THE YEAR 4)...4).4)4)4 4).>4)4 4)4 4)..>4)4)4)4 4>. >4)4 >.>>4>4)4>4>4>4)4)4>4>4>4>4).4>4>4>4>4>4)Open exhibit for the Three Sister Cities 411pm413pm 1190am1180am LT.ArQrang Urang a* City CltyLT.Je IJWD'B 440 43o pa pm ..?? .,, .., aPEMNgPLAR

of the Halifax, and our display bids '
For Business. H1P 00rlvl0lO3t AT i
f' m ELECTRIC LIGHTS. fair to be one of the most interesting at Clue G11gecWu Mode
3 at Ilua.l 1VIth
r' d eke r.! C/t tdlf
ELECTRIC CELLS. : the Eipobition. NASSAU r---- 1
Hot and Cold Baths Proprietor. wTL.aTIYBTABLES
I ; :". Table First-Class. : Florida MM Winter State Fair. I I riv.sd d.patt from th..ev.nl eh.wthetimesatwhich etatl.u; sat tls.lr.Mvai.r trainsa i. be szp MNN
.tat.d la aotaaar.ate.d, dwe ttasaap
wr th.
I l -- In Center of Business District. Large Well Fur- : Tampa H U low rates and rouenient j r..y e.ae asses ar/.1. therehos.Gmpemy h.ld itHlr ep.atgll tN tlardela[

schedules, Atlantic Coast Line Railwa For Cspy .t thus r.ealh.Card .r Ot1a
: nished Kooms Well Heated. Personal Attention y'' raremagy
H'MATTHEWSj 1 : Given to Comfort of Guest : One fare plus 23 cents plus 50 cents (i in-1 1 J.D RAtL'KERAs.btaat Oettersl Pas{. Agt.AST.}AEIYUQ aeINE, FLQ

PROPRIETOR. :I eluding admission to grounds) for the -
I, II First-Class Cite!. White Help round trip from all points in the State.I

*********A###A*ft.##****tN*** HH ***************,*****i rtl''t. Electric Lights, Baths.Without. : Tickets on sale from'points north and
.l west of line drawn
through Archer,

I'I i j. THE HOWARD i Rooms With or Board. .i Palatka Hawthorne.Feb.Gainesville;ISth and :'Oi-h.KuchelU South and of A"IIJ f ULL

: All Modern .... 4)4>4).4)4>4)... ..t 4>4)4)4>4> 4)4)4)4)4>4>4)4)4 4)4>4)4>4>4)4>4)4>4>4> < the above line, tickets on sale Feb. 17,
Improvements. New Dining Room Added : IS, 2()and 21.11 tickets limited to return
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if Cuisine Unexcelled : ............................ Feb. 24th. Further information ExP c3

M The Howard has large parlors, broad verandas, spacious lawns; H : I THE PRINCESS ISSENA.1'LORI fnEI"" : from any railroad agent: or by writing PfPAIDti s
i I centrally: located, a few rods from the Halifax River on Volusia rt A new stone and frame structure Neither a boarding house nor precisely to A, W. FRITOT, Division Passenger

avenue, the main thoroughfare from the depot; five minutes walk : a hotel, though combining: all the modern torneniences: and up-to- Agent Jacksonville! _: Fla.
to Postoffice, stores, etc. Is first-class and homelike. : date accommodations of the latter but intended to be in the nature of an Notice.Frunl r ti r iii t
i > elegant private home for the travelling public Located in the midst of a >
i : Prices Reasonable. Special Rates by the Month or Season *: j | block, 5 minutes' walk from the beach. Terms MOO per Jay r:; a-cial date hereof I; the undersigned, 4
: rate for the season or for parties. l
I rt withdraw.my name as a member of the ,

Lm JOHN C. HOWARD Proprietor. >r ..NNN late firm of Clark A. Walton, Fish Dealers = tai -IozA

: *rt .........................................NN Daytona, Florida. wits

s #. .ty4.F14t4i < Open all tbe year N e'A11-Furnhht'4! Kicellent.Northern Signed B. W. W A nox.
t tis
. Terim 7 to 1Wperaert. j -
f j '!!!!JTT""T"T'AAA..A..A..AA.AAA..**** The :MRS. ELLA ll. GLENN, Froprietrrsi i Administrator's Notice. u
/ : Glenn I 315 N. Beach St., DajU-na, Ha. In County Court Volusia County, Fla. ;
J.r i.y/1/ THEBINNETT By the County Judge of said County r 1
i, Centrally Located Facing the Halifax Rher. Whereas John B. Parkinson applied'
: '" fc to this Court for Letters of
, ': With Boating and Fishing almost at the !)<*>r. on the Estate Administration CHAS.
: Situated of William BLUM
that H.
; !! on celebrated thoroughfare, Ridgewood Avenue : Furr & COMPANY
'. ..................................................... deceased These late of said County of Volusia. .%O ENCY 1'ABST !
Equipped with all modern are, therefore, to BREWING
I improvements. Rooms en suite, with : ---- --- --- cite: and.ad CO..
; : j and without baths. All white help. Gentlemen's! smoking and : <*<**********************< *** *******AA44 ..A_ .....w.. monish creditors all and singular the kindred and Blue Ribbon Beer and
of the
to be
t I' t reding. rooms adjoin the handsome sun parlor and spacious office : THE MODfiAM CORNER: \OLUSIA AND: pear before this !Court, on or before and ap-the Send for l'r l-e Lid Whisky I IlecltsosVILL '

: PALMETTO AVENt'ES. J0An 10th day of February A. D. 1908, and I > t
Open from December 1 to May 1. 5 : file objections if any they ................ --
i : elegant! new bou e with Sttam Heat. Electric Lights Bath, to the t .ts. ..... -- -
Sanitary It granting letters as aforesaid .... .......
<< : Plumbing, Pleasant Surroundings etc. Within three minutes walk of the the otherwise .. ......
I same will be
Terms on Application : depot postoffice, stores and churchea. One block from Ferry and River Witness granted as prayed i
4r s my Dame
as County
ALBERT J MRS. B. P. SMITH Proprietress. ati the County aforesaid' this 11th Jude day or of MALLORY'
BENNETT j January 190x. '
Proprietor. .J.JI << 3-1,4 :

'Ii : ,.. .. ., : $..4N4NN'."y'*44rot..M'si .....N.>fiM1t1 ....... J. LEE County}f( RORY. .

*******NNN **** ** -* ___ Judge._ s
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I .' ......." ... ******.>ft ftn*'tt1N>,***. THE MAGNOLIA \ PINE WOOD : SPECIAL( PASSENGER-EXPHESS: j

!t PALMETTO HOUSE : kllKJEXNOOD A EAL'E., DA YTO A. FLORIDA., rtrt rtrt : largest and moot thoroughly STEAMSHIPS. :

.. : wee sunny rooms Cuisine excellent Electric rtrt FOR SALE equipped('OASt. Passenger eteamehipe ban fife !
J t rt lights rurnal }lest rtrt
and all
1 t WeHjKnown and modem convrnfences. rtrt : XO OVERCROWDING

I .. .. Popular'Overlooking It MRS. CELESTE HINKS. Proprietress. rtrt: Important ST.\ ROMSARE POSITIVELY GF-ARAXTEED .:

: ..." " ... w $2 and $2.50 : the number of! l rt". the>tle ilDlpa, as no< tickets; will be weld to ueeeJ
s a strtssrtrtrtrfd .... a Strand S seating :
a ..
capacity of
;j .......: curing all p&IIl'tnKel"l indiy Dining Ha"-th0iID'

\ the beautiful Halifax River, j .............................. ..............v44>.4... deliveredfront : I'\&) XGER8 LE.'E dual JACK eervice t+0\liLL1.and attention.EVERY

r i : : .I) ytoua. A homelike and comfortable f R. D. TAYLOR. Electrical Contractor | II utchinson's I.OWfST: (ReT Schedule}.R TO or'hip@ In 110rida Timea-Cnton.t THCR) UIY. I!'
Wood :
t \.. house. First-class in all I. Yard, west of Including d ) :SSSi-KUBTW-
respects. house'iring
t \
a Specialty.1 :
t .
railroad S Through
1t 1 t C. 0. CHAMBERLIN 1 '| Dealer in Electrical on Magnolia aven- regarding attrRctiols tickets Bold offered to all Northern points. For full Infurmatioi I
Proprietor. Supplies of All | by "" .
: Kinds. Fixtures, Shades, uc tlckeu: ,etc. apply to other line; diagrams n tjoD',.]
I f.I *"MM M ., It .: LamP3- *<. Orange.avenue. DAYTOXA : F. M.
._ MM " '.'. FLA : IRONMONGER .
++++++++.INN.ON.....4>4>. Hutchinson : Jr. 122 West say street,
N.NN..N>...............* & Brittle. AseltantGeneral Geo. H. Passenger Agent Ja.cklOny. 1e, Florida.AAA.AAAAA'A""AAAAAAAA&AAA'A f
.tt.... Clark Local Agent, Daytona
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