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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 22, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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: NOW YOU ARE TALKING! : HEAKT3 OF HIS (fOUNTRYMBN. Yard, Magnolia Avenue and F. E. C. Railway. Also '
: Plans, Estimates and Superintendence. Real Elute office'1st

door south of 'P. O. W. II. EDMONDSON, Manager,
i That's .
Business. I
My II! Daytona, Florida. Phones at office, yard and residence.
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: I take pleasure in calling)) for your order and : .
: delivering promptly what you want. My stock :I : MRS. KIRK MONROE THE : =
: is always fresh and fine and trade will I .. +...........4...N.NNNNN..NNNININNNI
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: be highly appreciated and well taken rare of. ::: : GUEST of the PALMETTO CLUB : :

: Phone me your wants. :' ............................................................_...._-.-..--..--._...._-.-..-.-.-.-._.._..--_! 2CONRAD GROCERY co I
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Fabruary thirteenth was a bright, W. Raynor, preside over the meeting.Mrs. wearied efforts to bring about the.Child i
I S. W. CARROLL I memorable day in the scheduled eventsof I Itaynor: as chairman. then introduced Labor law recently enacted by the State .
the Palmetto Club year. Assembled Irs. Kirk Monroe the central Legislature, and it was chiefly through i. (Successor to E. -Conrad & Co.)
.. in the spacious hall on Orange avenue, figure around which the interest of the her efforts it became a law. This paper, r
: was one of the most delighted audiencesof afternoon was centered, and told in which was well received, closed the Fed-
The North Beach Grocer. Full and !
st Carry a Complete
the season. The room was decorated graphical, |poetical language the storyof eration discussion, and was followed by a
'. : with a wealth of foliate and flowers, her first visit to Daytona, Feb. 13, musical number. i
: Telephone No. 19. : and every seat was taken before the 1SS I, twenty-four years ago, when as a Mrs. Monroe then delivered her paper Line of Plain and Fancy i-

:1.I.1.I.I.I.I.1...........1.I.I.I.1.......1.I.I...... opening hour. bride of six months, she and her talented of the afternoon. tiThe Scminalc Indian .1
The music was in charge of Mrs. 13es.se young husband came from Xew York to Woman. As a personal reminiscence,
Rieman and all the numbers were brilliantly St. Augustine, and from there to beau- it was full of humor and pathos and .
A Matter of Essential Importance executed. The Palmetto or- I tiful little GROCERIESCLOVER :
Daytona by waterway on a gave a pleasing revelation of the speak-
chest rendered two numbers'! "Mill in cruiser called "
to every householder, sanitation and sanitary a "ducking boat. er's generous heart and bright intellect. 2
equipment should receive the greatest the Forest" and "The Wedding March," Miss Thorp, prominent officer of tie That which touched on her own life, i
possible attention; and when new plumb- and F. H. Houghton, Jr., gave two Palmetto Club, then read the report of with its personal coloring, was of course ---+4-
vocal solos "The Lost Chord' and the State Convention at Gainesville lost most She said she i
deeply interesting.
ing is to be installed only a plumber of tbe : HILL BUTTER.
highest repute and one who keeps up with "Winter Lullaby" the last in responseto November, every detail of which was was born in Scotland, reared in Texas, .
the latest improvements, should be employ. insistent encoring. Mesdames L. O. full of interest to club members. This married in New York, and had lived :
ed. If you have this subject under consid- Smith and Seelye were hostesses, and I was followed by a paper from Mr!?. most her life in Florida and her life in .
I- Mrs. Geo F. Smith chairman, assisted )Monroe Secretary of the General The Conrad
eration a consultation with the undersign as I Southern Florida in the Biscayne country : Grocery
by numerous members of the social Federation of Women's Clubs. She
had given her of companJ
ed will be of the greatest value.04YTONA rare opportunities :
commmittee, served delicious refresh- showed what a wide field of philan-j studying the Indian tribes of the Ever2 1:. T. Conrad & Go's old ;

::1 ments, consisting of ice cream, cakes, thropical work was being done by wo- I glades. NN.....................44N4.1.. .
coffee and tea, at the social hour. men's clubs all over the United States. I I The reception held at the conclusion ,
PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Mrs. Weaver the president, announced Of the important rolls they had playedin
: that the Federation reports| two bringing about the Child Labor law, j Imirersof of the program Mrs. Monroe gave the an friends opportunityto and ad. ....................................i.i......

i Phone 64 of which were to be made would precede pure food, compulsory education, reform meet her personally. The sweet
the Year BooR program, also that schools, protection of birds and i iI I charm kindness of her presence and consideration comes from innate of- Daytona Transfers livery' Stable !
.......................... .......................... the club would enjoy the privilege! of forests and in this connection paid high 1 others and Palmetto Club members recognized -
having the State president, Mrs. Clara I tribute to Mrs. Raynor for her un- her comradship in their work.
Ask for the Bread C. E. Proprietor
Johnston. ,
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1 q* NEW SMYRNAPROGRESSING.1 I are of factors Xew in Smyrna.making ; businesslife SPRING ELECTED I have the best livery i.! the '
with the of
stamp city, with white drivers who
The hotel accomodations
". are good
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-;: :: I COUNCILMAN. familiar with all roads
and there M r\er>'thing to promise a are
:, rapid growth. llecently the Andrews -n
LOOK FOR THE
nJ lOtap any Daytona Bakery It. It tract in the very center of the business I tux

The Enterprising Little City of New and resident section of the city has been City Fathers Organize by Electing Silver Tipped Rigs.
acquired, after being held for years, and
;!wV. Smyrna Fast Coming to the Frontas I Col. C. M. Bingham President. ter" Phone 27, opp. Public ScfcooL J ',
lots in that tract are to be sold at auetion -
.:l> f. ': ':.( ". E. QUIQG, Tourist and Health Resort. on Thursday, February: 27. When ,I -Other Elections. N NNNNN111...NN.

f l.... : Today the city on the East Coast of these lots are sold they will go to those The newly elected City Council organ- -
Ff,;" ; : !.n' ;,. Proprietor. Florida attracting the most attention i is who are to build l business! hou. -s or ized Monday evening by electing,Cot. C. .>......................................MMMMMM*
homes. Adv.
Xew Smyrna, in Volusia County. M. IJingham a* president. | / OPEN SHOP Magnolia .. ..
NN........c............. This city combines the various elements A vacancy exited in the !I'ncil, due
I Theavor's Lucky :\umber.I i
which go to build Florida cities to the resignation of F. M.Rowe. Frank
She has the best farming lands adjacent I "Thirty-seven" seems to be Mayor D. Spring was unanimously elected to W. H. WRIGHT & SON
PUMPS If you are thinking to her limits, has the l best hunting and Seaman's lucky number. lie was born the place. .
fishing of any part of the State, the very in '37; elected member of the lower Geo. II. Ludwig who was reflected
of heating your best climate and is in a county where house of the Wisconsin legislature by a as a school trustee at the election held Tainting
progressive methods in the building of majority of :37 over hiopponent, and last week, refused to qualify and Rev A.
IDA home or your ho hard surface roads is telling in the the following year was: elected to the J. Wilder was elected to fill the va Decorating -
general plan of development. There is Senate by 37 \otes. Last week the cancy.
tel, see us, we are no reason why New Smyrna should not number again came to him by being Dr. E, L. Stewart) was elected as city PaperhangingWest
' double her population in the next two elected mayor of Daytona with 37 votes health officer and T. E. Hitzgerald as
the business. years and she has at this time a popula- May he lie 37 years longer. city attorney. V- I
PuMP.1n tion of about 2,200 with a population in The street commissioner was instructed of Ridgewood avenue Dayton, Florid

We sell the best line the summer months of about 1500. The Hotel Ormoud orchestra of ten to sprinkle Beach street until further .. ...... .................. ..........................
During the past two years she has fine Boston musicians will give a grand notice _

of Hand and Power added largely to her building nnd some concert followed by a hop in the Armoryon .4>+++.+..++...*+.+++.++..++44++..++++++......e.......(
Pumps offered in of the new structures are among the Wednesday evening, Feb. 25. This His Honor's First Case. : J. B. GARRISON i iA
ever
best to be found along the entire East orchestra has been heard several timesin
Coast. Her business Daytona in past years and no higher Mayor seaman had his first case to : I close examination of
; men
are \d
Daytona for the money. and accepting the advantages progft'ssire class entertainment has ever been given pass on in Municipal Court Monday I : r al work finished and &electric.j
morning, when James Williams,colored, j
from this shows hoT
here. If sufficient
which are on hand to encouragement were shop
Fittings of I I apparent every faced him the of bicycle :
Pipe on charge riding a
force the growth of the place. The re- given it might be heard here each win- ly and honorably we transact our S
result of their enterprise and progress i is ter. Mr. Swift, the musical director, without a light. Owing to exten- : business. Electrical repairs receive :
all kinds felt today in the general trend for advancement furnishes thirty musician selected from uating circumstances in the case, Williams : special attentl(>D.IJ'hoae
along every line. Xew the different symphony orchestra in the was let off by paying the costs. who employ. us never worry about I
is attracting more northern- White Mountains in the summer and Gertrude Miller and Bob Wilson, both : our charges, and they bew be-
Itors Smyrna this year than ever before and is: gives the very best! in music. An unusual of color, were charged with disorderly : fore engaging us that our work 2
BRASS Staples CuteR also enlarging the scope of these industries treat is offered to both music conduct and assessed ten dollars and manship will be the best. I
costs each. : !
which bring to her a good and lovers and those who wish to "trip the .

substantial trade in the summer. Thereare light fantastic," at a very trifling ex- Mrs. C. P. Walker, of Elgin, 111., who j Daytona Electric Co. i: :
: CENTRAL AUTO GARAGE some of the best orange groves in .
pense.What is visiting with her sister. Mrs. M. A. :
and the
around New
the State Smyrna
Phone :(G. best truck lands are to be found there. Is Lily Water' Call at the I Rodgers, has been confined to her room J 232 South Beach Street.: |
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I I THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS I ....TODAT'S PROGRAM.... New r"I I AND PROFESS1ONA

: PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY t Smyrna ; BUSINESS

t T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor Washington's Birthday parade of the
i' Improved Order of Red Men. I
e r I!I Order of March-One p. m. from Masonic I : C C. BOMANNON; : ,I Fitzgerald &: Oat
I tf attract the settler
Where Floiida's
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY hall east on Orange avenue to great resources ,51

( INCORPORATED ) !!: Beach street, along Beach to Central] il, climate, fishing, hunting' and loating facilities! magnifirent l: Physician and Surgeon Attorneys ,at Law

I1 I!|i Bridge across: bridge over Seabreeze automobile boulevards} extending, for miles t;r I It Special Attention to Examining
--- II Atwood Pharmacy,
I I|i avenue to Seaside Inn, along Bath street I i Office over the Perfecting Land Title .
r !II attract the tourist, injure rapid and steidy: growth. \
I Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Flonda, as Second Class Matter. I to TheJClarendon, along Ocean boule- teach street, Daytona, Fla. .

.. ....... :-: : '"7"1!r v and to pass review at \\ lmans' operahouse II I Telephone No. 74. I Conrad- Block, DAYTO.VA FLAXrr
A City on the East Coast in Progressive Yolu"ia Co., :
.. SATURDAY: FEBRUARY 22, 1908 to Valley street, return over Cen I
1 tal Bridfcv-, over Fairview avenue to C. I). I..nodi 1
I I Now Doubling in Population.( 11. II.I SLCLYL' A. ,'1. I ;
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I i Seabreeze and Daytona Beach i di.misS31.Marshal': ORDER and OF Aids.ritoci SsIo\. AUCTION SALE OF TOWN LOTS :! Physician Special attention and given Surgeon.to Electrical I! Practicing Attorneys In all State aDd Law Yedn 1 .

methods.
Xew Smyrna Band. treatment and Mechanical ('our... riTll or Criminal hutlnrx ri ..
t Cavalcade of Indian Brave 127 So. llldgennod+l Ave. Hours enearetolattentlnn. Mpecial taellNya
: MRS. H. A. BERNARD Editor. : l'honeS3. Irorlgrretlgattntsnd. perreeinglltrel
1-3-30.
Floats-The Old Spanish; Mission 3.1030and; lei.and. i'berlda.
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r Sebreez, Feb. I9-The students in j 111 Sibs P. Hubbell, large property }f., Xew Smyrna. Thursday February 27 1908. DR. d. (E. R,\\\ LINGS i ii haacA.8tfnrt Kgford 111

the High School, assisted by some of the: bolder of Daytona Heath, armed from A River Journey, 'Indian Canoe)- ;i STEWART & ELY \i
entertainment Xew lurk and is a for the sea on. I-ccolaTril: e, 21 Imp. O. of R_ M.,
other grades, are getting up an ] guest
to be given tome time in J. C. Butler t Company have had avery Daytona. I limited number the most desirable sites fur home and 'business : i Physician & Surgeon i Lawyers 1
March for the of raisin: funds I neat private office partitioned off inthp. Camp of Original; Hunters-OstmolaTIIK :
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purpose
blocks will be sold the JACKSOXVILLi: nrAT.LOI'ilCXT!: COMPANY. -
by door Ban
?, New : Dr. Rawlins office over GilleVi Office next to Build Jr.'IIi
; to improve the school grounds. A short rear of their building and are Defiere I Mnyrna. i
I Tie. 0.1: I Bell! Port Sale begins at 9! I drama entitled, "The Champion of Herb \11 i. fitting up their pUce in a way their iberty OrangeS a. m. : drug store Ikach street. i .
i ," will be foftowed by a beautiful increa"it.ir business ju-tifcs. I I h,,o!. i ii : J'1.:
cantata, "Strange Visitoror A Meetingof The pupil of the seventh and H;.:tell+ Children: ..f the Forest-Blake School.Uilon'a : The I INSURED j
STEWART
} i the Nations.a grades give their teacher. 1J:!>- Hoi I U.n Ici-Daytuna High School i Andrews Tract! held! for year without! a (part of it E. L. ;

Edgar Weldon recently purchased! comb, a fruit Mi'J\\.r.. a VImmurpne ." flu- old North Cbur Kingston having: been disposed of, has been acquired for this I 1)1 \..sichnnd Surgeon I Volusia County Abstract, Investment1* ]
four lots North street included OIl! :;"''''''''1. ale. It is in and Title Insurance Company. *
l on Valley the city: facing the river and on attention to diseases of the I
1)i. Claim Mrs .t.I.. Duugnrv, of tjaiarvi.lr Scene fre.ni 1Ii.&watha-lIoIly Hill Special Attracts faroUbed and titles perfect
in the Sonntag Investment the river boulevard with Beautiful Palmetto 'I Eye: Ear, Throat and Nose. Office ed. Map,. Plan and Blue Prlnlt BUM!
Ltti through the J. C. Butler Co. Mr W d- made a S>RN t vi-it tu for c.i.' lust \\ '<'k. .bt.Hil. and residence, No 101 Magnolia ('Orplll'd.' Bert "hb. Press cart 1.l andis;'
don is erecting a modern eight room j I :>t.e wa ;&1'(1'nMM'l[ I j" I.. r f.ith<.iM I .Fair II ,ri"I- oabreeze School. Avenue running through it. ner Palmetto, telephone S:?. ; Hrc'y Bank,and DeLand.Treat Fla.Opposite V'oloila oat
home on this property. lIe has aLj ,i I.&t.r'r.l, .uid fro -i-t .rw, o ..+r n.u' ri .- .\"'tnrncebour5'>. in. to'p. m i j ji. 't
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, x made a good start in improving his : in; Florid i for flee hot i 10' net vu. : --> :,..rHigh: School ------ :

F4!. ground&by setting out fruit trees and could! not iiu...s tIi"i( ) ,riiii.i'y i i... "<+ .\ Vmi-liins (IJace: -Seabreeze School Your Opportunity to Acquire a Lot in a', ( .\. KLOCKPhysician I D. D. &: C. .\\. ROGERS: ;

ines. In conversation with a Gazette our world f.tuouabr: '-.-z'v-l>.)}ton: I I.:'dH" <+upM| >rtsthe World-CarpenterUlll Civil ;

1 t Xews correspondent he said that he and | B-:aci.. 'II.! \o. 172) Growing City adjacent to some Palatial and Surgeon Engineers

,, r his wife expected to spend' the tumiuf-r'' Mctsrs. Lay: M.len and Ralph Burn I Gn at Chiefs of the Great; Council and I sp' <-<>lal attention given to Mc__ of f DAYTONA and
in Seabree/e. i i ham find the: Jli!-sr s I'oflman and Yelvicigton Veiling: tied Men in carriages. i the Eye and Fitting Glall4'l. !*:' "0. Offices |f MIAMI FLA. '
made Mayors and Aldermen I Residences and Business Blocks.The Itldgewoodpbone2: \ Office boars !!-:It)
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Corell and (laughtcr ( up it pleasant party for of the severs ,., .
Miss Ruth, of Toronto, and Mrs. .' ,an all day outing at Ponce Park!. Sun town.* in carriages followed by floatsof lo : p. m.,fI:50 to 8:0" p. m. Daytona Office Established 1875M.

Coryell's parents Mr and Mrs. Addison, j I,day. They made the trip on the Chen>- the business hou< of Daytona. HAYTONA.: FI.\ __ I __ _
I1 i Andrews tract'is on the south liver front and l adjoinsst.me
I of Ypiilanti, Mich., friends of Mr. aud I lee !Private carriages and autos. JOSIE ROGERS' D. '. 11 A. BERNARD
Mrs. \Vatcrson, arrived the fore pal t of Mrs. Ctas. Mantis and little daughter The daj"'! festivities will conclude witha l ( of the larger bnines.s blocks in New rn .rn3. Adjoining Ii

the week, and will take a cottage for the : arrived from Knosville and are performant-e at the Seabr'rze opera the tract are smile of the prettiest homes in the rity.vime 1 lonieopathic 1 Physician 1 Il"'Jtif' subscriptions and business'

rest of the season. j,guests at the Seaside i for the remainder house, prcs-enting; a jelly, rollicking :I e,f which are owned by progresses! bi,in"*i nwii in \o 4.';:3 North Beach Street for the TimesUnion.TIMESUXIOX .

Mr. and Mrs.: Chas. II. Leeds and Viie'I'! <'of the season. comeily. entitled. "The Ancient Order ofII the plan, and oth-r-' hy tho-e who .rx-nd I the winter' ,ll I..r-. I OfTic.' hours, 12:3Q to 2:30 and C-00., : $UREAC, I
of i Stamford, Corn., who spent List ".n-I! RC'rm.. n Porter, presiding Elder *reules.: I I to 730. I j Smith A Hitch Real Estate Office,
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ttr at Seminole Lodge, arrived Wcdncs-1 will bold the first quarterly meeting at Telephone Xo. 122. Beach Si reel.Daytona .
A day and will fpend the rest of the'easun 1 'the M. E. Church, Suuday, Feb. 2.*?rd. t.Meet me at Curtis' and try an In* Lots are 50x150 and some 200 feet i
deep.
at the Princess I-sena. i j Quarterly Conference will be held on Cream Sodi.MANY. I I
the! following Monday eveniae.Hcv -- -- I DR. BOHANNON'S
W. C.Cannonbo recently purcha-td f I ) Private I Hospital ;,
i four lots located on (Jrandv.lew and .\ti i i I>r. Brummett, who filed: an 81'pointnlt.lLt ATTEND and Sanitarium i' Private Sanitarium
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at the Snyder Memorial
i lantic avenues, will build a livery stab! I ":illtTfortheiropertreatnient I
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I Church at Jacksonville last; Sunday returned nnU care if tn.+llcal and For
w" and home residesca. !some! time during! LOCAL RACES; lectrlcsl: surgical -an w' the treatment of all
1 the summer. I to Daytona Beach Monday( afternoon Terms of Sale. ; qnl.-t 'urrounUlngr appllunotruing*<|, "rlaIattention nurlle.,1|I Medical and farcical Cases.

Mr. and Mrs. George. He-tor (uterI'tainf'd and with hu family left for 711711711 1 tatlou jtlven than>I of Minnesota friends at I Chicago Tuesday. Ur. Brummett and Tuesday afternoon the first ..f a series: I I IrLt. A KI K'K and it.'h HOW K,
the Princess a party Isscna Sunday at .ne :family, by: invitation from J X. Gamble, of local races was )held on the beach.1 The-.e: rhoice lots arc to be Mild+ ] at auction on tenn-v l -.; of :; rbvvi-- In riiJire. C. C. BOHAN ON. M.. D.

o'clock dinner. The party coii-iatcd of 'occupied I his beautiful home during their The public manifested great intercut in Hifteen per cent cash, the remainder in hot'nt-fturctlnal! !
s Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heed, Mrs Bowles stay at Daytona Beach. the events and it is estimated: that fully ,'I installment. OSTEOPATH. d, P. ESCII.I AD..

and Dr. and Mrs. A. II. Blgelow: I One of Ue"l'ry plea'antest and most =: ,000 persons witnessed the sport. I I I'r. -I C I Herman. Physician and Surgeon.
litt 'congenial' excursion parties of the season The first event: was a five-mile rae I i iI
If I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kcnkel arrived
week from Brattleboro and are located I'' Was taken by a number of distmcuiihcd for ford runabouts. There were (five I The business; Wren of Nr\r Smyrna arc arranging: for a gall day '.n date i j Sill graduate uiidtr tlie umler, A..T. !I Fifth house south of M E Church,
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gentlemen oi the cloth) and mtri-. S. 11.l Green; came in (iM, with IvirL.eviIIf. Mo looatKl! on '01Pf'nrn1u'r' Drive, Daytona Beach.
t: _: 1 for the season at the home of Mr.i I of sale. A lira Hand has 1 IK'r II disced l nil it is i tu lie a !* r fnioig holi 11-11 : v -iiinone d-Mir cast of Halifax I
i their families the latter of la CoiniiKHloro) Hughes second. : Office hours 12 to 2 Telephone I
and Mrs. Jas Abercrombie.' pact: !':t Journal ftW. : p. in. -
I I ucasion' fur New Sm > pjyton.i/ Florida,
allay > rna IViple ire c"iwiin : from several unties j
week. The The other event the ;: l 207.
Ii i M. E. Bliss arrived fJ'tJmttleboro.. trip was made to the Ti on program was .. s 'hone10.
Conn., last Wednesday and joined lm moka Cabin at the invitation of Di ten-mile race lietwcen T. A. Snider and they arc n ",ure-d of a gent time There ar MiflSeifnt hotel ncrotnodations : __ ______ 1

t family on Valley street at the pleasant Brummett and the parties tu the Peili and Mr. King'- Panhard TinPanhard -1 I and I nothing 'lo 7 b.- slnrhl to niaKe the thy onr of tho greatest ; IR. W. A. (fiOYI I S.. 11.I

home of.Mrs. Cha lies.**. invitation were Dr. Maclamr, aver e- was given a one-minute handi- in .the history. :; of the (..i.'I. GOVE

11. G. Wilson is just recovering froma envy of the M. II Board eev ere attack of Grippe, and is cow Hev. Porter and family,Rev. Parsons i time 'being 12: :.>o. the Panhard's time I i I, "
1 11:31.Another. of lots: are to have their. miJl'lIul fare Contractor
around and family. was : ; re-i .....
again.Mrs.Barnside t+m ; r.n r .,
Hhle.t
I and daughter, Dora, The"Tofgeya"entertained a beach race has l been arranged Ix;- funded to them from any Flonda) l point, both comingi il I aa.I 1'rdusta I llesilence and office, northeast corner
,' who were temporarily located at the party I last wl''k.fter spending 6e\"tral twecn the Peerless and Panhard next and going. Ridgewood and Volusia ave.
home of Prof. Sclden, have removed to hours quite pleasantly at the home of Monday afternoon. l PIIONIl S'JLESSONS I I Phone 89. Daytona, ria

a beach cottage: for the remainder of Miss bight and partaking of refreshments There are about Is. singlecjlmdrrCadillac 1 \Ii -----h ----- I II

seaton. the party adjourned to the beach cars in Daytona, Daytona 1 I : ( ) IN Gtlil\x. Halifax I 'Music House I
A musicale at The Glenwood sundayevening :and further celebrated the occasion with Beac and Seabreeze and it is likely II The Jacksonville to I
Development
i" was one of the pleasant social :a: marshmallow roa.?t. Nine coupl'snerepreient. that an interesting rate will be arranged ( I 13. a Lily wl.o l.as a thorough II George Vv'ray

functions of the week. among the, "one-lungers" next Monda y L kn" lctie?, <.f the frogman language d l The cheapest place in the> State
The races will be held in the afternoon and Las trn"'le abroad. For fur- to
Mrs Harry Perkins and little daughter Capital Stock 11 buy Pianos.
i l ( $500,000.) thrr Pianos to Rent. Tun-:
Lucile about three o'clock) although it was announced I information address! P. O i .
spent last week vi-iting with Ormond.Ormond Boxjingf Repairing and Polishing
20S D iv "na, I Li. I by a
it Mrs. Perkins' mother, Mrs W A. Bag- last Tuesday that they would Home office: Realty Building, Jacksonville, Fla. skIlled WorkmanJ
(ett. '. 1"eb. 20-Mrs.James 1'raneis l lac held Monday forenoon. The change ,I .. i
is ;.in. limp. uns.. norwceif. ....!>.fN'.. !." tI....... ,.....*.,.A-..:. I', ..tOii..A.tl...cccutaacacs........-------
i : Mr. ;nd Mr. A. Ayers left on the out again after a two weeks'illnes*. ----- J ------------- __wi.
I Uncle Sam Tuesday morning for Palm The musicale given: at the V. I..1. tion of the tide. 1'r .++.. ,v.. yr-r T .
'. Beachon a week's outing. hut Thursday afternoon by Mi!'s BCSMC i. +

Mr. and Mrs. James DeFore returned: Sawyer was a grand success She was l *An interests intimate of knowledge this locality of the will"a'e building aJi) I Trunks, Dress Suit i Cases Bags.-i

} to Atlanta the latter part of last week assisted: by Mr. Kobulie of the Hotel( ,
{ after month's visit with MrsV.. A. Ormond orchestra, who placed some you many annojances, and perhaps ex- : 'Wt. i We have just reeeived our new stock of i

i Baggttt on Valley street. They reached fine selections on the violin; also Mrs. tri costs. Let us advise \\itbOU.. It FOE MEN FOR WOMEN Trunks,! Dress S,tit Cases.
: costs you nothing. Xorman :S. Dayton, Hags, Telescopes Trunk
,
Strokcr Straps same
home ,
during a severe bled storm, and a w hist l from Connecticut: ,
s it had been fleet and slush ever since, who has a very strong contralto: voice, Daytona tf ; >xtSt With each pair of the above named :shoes I I Tags and Shawl Straps.
so their letters also that all and her Annie Laurie I .1
depose; as an encore was will ;
we give FREE \\i-hjvecoinpirfdourtrunlws)
on; sample volume of the etc., with
i 1. their shade and fruit beautifully Mrs. otner makes and we find
trees were a hope- sung. Chamberlain, of Holly Hill. our
less wreck from freezes. Los: Atjgele9 l Cal., bang: an Italian ; "HISTORY OF Tun WHITE House" (illustrated). I I line ;is the-boat. vve can get for the money at which Ih.y... ..;'d. We

i F The W. B. Hatch house and grounds song, also two other pieces which were Holly Hill, Feb. _'fHf'I). HRutterpreaehcilat i This work is printed in four volumes; and contains I :intce .ur pruts t<> be the lowest!! in the city for guar-:

1 are undergoing! marked improvements highly l appraiated. Min i While, ofBrockton the Union Church 1| ,r,,1911t a complete story of the Wlii! e House .. similar goods. s

f that wOl make it one of the prettiest )la5.., recited a very comical here :sunday aftermxjn. i, -I=- from the time it was built to the present day, : The ..

I t places on the Halifax frontage. The piece, which brought down the house, Born-Sunday, tll Mr. and. Mrs. I.. 1:. shot,inr portraits and c.-iiecially featuring thy l incise.* \\ ho have i iIiI"cJ i. Peck-Hendricks Company.
house .has been moved twenty feet Mi&s McIntosh, who u stopping at Ro c Caa, son i
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south and there will be a twenty foot, Villa for the winter, recited one of herfine Tom etherell.. Jr., C. F. Uetherell's! I volumes H N NN.N....,.IN
I 5. three story addition on the south tide. elections in her charming way youngest son, visited in Dajtona several i j arc attractively printe-d and profusely Hui'tmtt'11.n! on.anf.ent ..................ii..... .N..aN
Abasement The to any library% and should. ]IJl' of interest .......................
: for furnace heating will be history of Music and the different days la-t week with his cousins, theLindbcrg" great to every: man, i .....

put in;8nd other appliances fur comfort ways it has been put before the un :South Beach street. wonan and child in the country. I : J Live your pictures' .

and convenience.: A garage is: being public during the pat four or five centuries Mr. and Mr- W. H. Heath ple.isantlyntuUiiifxl I' Call and inspect our complete line of White house Shoes for framed at Lesesnes. The most ;

constructed, driveway laid out and nu- was ably explained by Jliawyer. .s a number of their: frxtid- rain and \vomon and i-ecuie lc volume : complete plant in the .
I a vimi> of the pet city. Large line
veils of
merous ornamental and shade trees S with cards Tunday cveniiig: I I mouldings. :

I set. The ladies of the \. I. A. arc making ('. Wethertll: and Gc.,. llIf'rf'rf' In ldition' to the alcove line, v\e carry tics famous, Buster: I'mun: : See Lesesne ..
I I Mr. and Mrs. E. I). Laiigwortio" entertained i improvements about town a 11 the tim<", Dd.and visitors la-t I ridaj returning I S at "THE KODAK PLACE"
at Bridge Tuesday afternoon but the one most. noticable LJ the new :Saturda-; : Blue Ribbon Shoe for boys and} ftirls. and. cither Star ;; Star sr, >(ial- :
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from 3.00: to 6:00 p. in, at their pretty water trough in front e>f their rooms. Marion Mabb*.tie, who has been with i ties made !II y th.- I'ronn Shoo ('0., ..f Sr. I.ot i!. Iris n |>lca<.nre ''n1lIw .: Beach( Street, doors Xorth of :3rd} Avenue. U
Lome on Ocean Boulcv ard. The guests Mrs. Jennie Smythwho fell at the Ilf r 'ister, Miss L'arrieat, Bulow for aj) tt11. :
,t i of the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. platform of the V. I. A. some time ago, neck or in'>ro, is expected lolle"l1 Saturday :: i ,I"""*. g+,nee: at all tune-;. ttlttt.t.t.t.t.1.t.1.t.....1.t.te/1.t.1.1.1.Ift.1..
Moore, Dr. and Mrs. C& well, Dr. Potter is able ly be out again on crutches. in company with the latter

I t and Mrs Dll1ard.fter the game an Charles Bal lough: u pushing the :11'prolrh \\. T. AJkin-, of Oak Park, 111.; whlias I F"f laic' I hly
I j elegant supper was served at the foot of Granada: avenueon \br*'n visiting his i-tcr, Mr.I.'. II. I

I A telegram containing the very gad the teach right; along. Bugle, !I.Ct Monday for J.lci.sun-me.1 THE PECK-HENDKCKS[ COMPANY., I Norman S. DaytonPlans

I J intelligence of the death of their where be will spend a few days Uforel I! !

' ;I oungest daughter! Mrs.! Walter Hill, at Port Orange.Port turning home. j;
; her home in Toronto, Canada, was received !
; by Mr. and Mrs Win. \\atterson Oiauge, leb. 10 The Church: .I I'nr Kent-:.:easi.lc cottagevmi- -
i last Sunday, Outside of the cruel l bereavement Fair la-1 Fndaj' afternoon and evening I! pl,.t<.ly furMsJu-d, from 2 to .M rooms, -- Estimates j
the was i .** _.. -_ ,
was beart-brealing fart a very pleasant affair and much (.n-I lattirentable for boarding house I. to+-
I that she leftjwo little children, one a jo}'ed. The refreshments were dclkio'i-i I lets, Mniefle-ctric) << Iightrtl. In !doirr at ;: z-- Superintendence

baby of.two weeks. Mr. and Mrs \\ .itter and it wa a success financially.The Cherokee cottage opposite windmill 'n Q 9 -
I ; >on and family have the kindest memberef: the Seventh Daj beard walk, Sc'abrfrz-. rfMr. ,
:, sympathy the community. Church held their first service in tlirir I J.1Im1.f'r Var I. 1fJgnolia"H..
: ; () fF F "
i new building on Saturday. I Clark, of Clark .\: \\att-.u l ha.- MOTORSATISFACTION I Real{ K-tate C. Tfa'lr.fcy'
AN -
.j Mr and Mr? lf'Nlhi,< bu-inrj- with wholesale! tIONDSON.
armed 14..n
tuartorthy I
I Davtona Beach hOlJsf'- Intgllmrry .t Co. of <) iu "r. ''OM, Fl.i. '
leb.
10 The i. ,
residents ; Saturday and are of the t "ones at office '
Port
gursu
of the I Hill which will enable: him to supply soul 1 n ,.-,lrnrc. yard
peninsula are making complaint 'Orange louse a- usual.Chauuccy !all demands: at all time Thanking his
I that a few of the automobiles Voss left Saturday for Palm customers for their past patronage/ hr ;
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I II are speeding there cars, especially along*S (BeachMis hopes to merit their future patronage "Every'Practical'Minif&The lized' : ;.iii"iiii

;r;I Peninsula! Drive, to a dangerous extent. 1 PattJlo and her si..ter. Mi,. LOTS FOR-- -SALE- 1 i"ii.'iii.i.rf i iiiiiiiiir iii innifW ..hn ;n ,,,:twWI.mi :
While Ai
I they do not wiah: to curtail the .Nellie }
came from
over Oslecn
legitimate pleasure of the automobilMs y I 'visit their brother and cousins Friday: to Rivf-r: Beach and Interior On |" 'nuiMiLi "Automatic" =I MilIer 1

they realize that unless the practice is : Joseph Morford left Sunday for1 I half: mile south of .- ".uth Bridge! s =Strohm Co. I
ed the Trrtnnaonabl<'. enquire in pl.u' .
Etopi Daytona Ifcach treasury : Hawks Park! where he will work | | '
will soon be richer by a number of fines. : 1 large hou 'e for Royall Ilubbell. on a i I Ix"'UMn IVtun-uIa l"nv :u,d n<'w dot k srvles Perfect-slow power speed for heavy all marine duty and work. Made in two : Successors .

Valentine evening at the seaside Inn Miss Hone: McDaniel has return.i : Prices and Catalog No. 19 on application.yacht engines.! :: to ,.
was celebrated by a dchghful euchre : I f from Daytona and will stay with hr Write Us-we can save you money. ti:i! PECK & FOSTER.

party. The prize winners were Mr. | i grandparents, Mr. and: Mrs. Hardcman atlonrl' Uld'. .:
and Mrs. Appleyard, beach cottagers; :amucl George arrived from Rahway i' q '. -. pAnnnaA\\'Inl'' n"mIn Ga..., Florida Gas Engine & Supply Co. I [ '

Mr. Bcnnington, guest of the hotel, and X.: J., Sunday to visit his sister and :i r\. nun::FlnrldaPano.,........ TAMPA, FLA. V I II :::' Family Groceries -
Dr. Vag ti.aJzah. \VIrs. Meeker. ,. iron'.. s {: : ,rb 1 .1.
; Among the Monday arrivals at Seaj j I Jack Farlow left Monday for Palm Tropical den.. ear \Ve also carry a full line! of stationary engines irrigating : Grain F.U. .
side Inn were: Mr. and Mrs H. E.\\ hip-!j']Beaih. lie expects to spend the summer I r4rl B..ston. plants; pumps, pipe motor boat supplies, etc. ::: : "\ i1 i-
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t pie, and Miss Minnie. CaruuuL, Harvard,1,, i in Northern; New York. J __ -) .. aarannahTrwpr.. I : "IT'S and FoodWA'.VAMWW.'WWM'wW.VV'Hf 1
1 a
,., ALL"H"OE, SHREDS" Produce Products :;

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"'.'.'.'.'.'.".. Hand-painted china is 'very The bazaar -
sale
M'ary's
a:1 appropriate by St. Guild oa Daytoaa Beach.Low. ;
for weddings. See our beautiful] netted $195, instead of $45, as stated in ENTRIES FORBEACH !s-:: '

I Local Paragraphs.: display: in Oran!!:" Blossom and Cherokee: ]last week's Gazette- rws. Hi&h. }

.t Rose. Feb ___. : 8J5
GPO. H. Clark 1
Jeweler.
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"..'.'.'.'...'...'...' Walter Brenncn, the famous baritone, RACES Feb 2. 1:30 1:09 t.

tXew thirpF buckles, stick pinbat .I Mrs. W. M. Moore was called to Baltimore of New York, will render a program at II I,. .. A \Vord to Home BuildersWe Feb 3.___-----.:I 2:20: 8m '1:

pins end neck wear, just in. ; last week by a telegram announcing The Clarendon on the evening of March I Feb 4.._.._ 3:10 8:50 ,-',

up to the minute In style. Prices always the illness of her mother. 4th and at the Hotel Ormond the following Are Very Encouraging and Everything tale this opportunity to announce that our Feb .. -. 345 gtO ;-

right. fCongregational Church Concert, on evening. Mr. Brennen sings in Points to a Successful for fir all Feb 6., ... .. ,4:45 10:30 3
equipment caring
plumbing
I i'
contracts.consisting :
L; H. ROWE & CO. The Jewelers.The March 2d, two organists three soloists i eight different languages) and generally Feb .___ 5:31 11:20 '

admission 50 cents. receives $;00 for an evening' program. Meet Next Month. I of either new work or overhauling, is unequaled, Feb 8.___ 6:10 12:15 4

sixth annual ball of The Claren tMeet ) and we invite you t.) call and discuss the! subject! with us. ( ) Feb 9_____ 709 J:11 >j
at Curtis'and Ice
don will be held this: evening. Mrs. Cbas. E. Gardiner entertained me try an I
I Cream CAR ALREADY ENTERED: Feb JO _.._ 8JO 2:10
Soda.E. ;
Mrs. Cornelia Johason, colored, died eighteen<< young people at a dancing Car II. p rh.u The workmen in ctr cr.ifloy a,e competent and reliable Feb 11__._..__,_ 9:13 3:10 ;.

at Waycross Friday of last week.<< party Thursday evening. J. Mills has repurchased the Beach Renault its; Detain mechanics who hare Feb 12 10:10 4:10 ,

Three launches for sale. of. street<< building which he sold to 1R.. Fiat Cyclone GO Cedrino installed Feb 13--- 11:00 5:01
jFor aching feet, try Ezem, 25 cents.Hankins Inquire Christie 130 Blakeley ----.- many bathrooms
W. A. Barker Ormond. tf Baker a couple of years ago and has Feb 14--. 11:43 5:45
The Hotchkiss 120 Shefts which
Druggist.Miss to we,
Elder Frank J. moved his restaurant and ice cream Woolsey 120 Ryall {;'JJI Feb ]5.. J2J5 62S7.h3 ;
Edith Merry of Jacksonville, is Longdon will preachat parlor to that location. Dr. J. E. Raw- Fiat 110 Buckley r -j as well as the owners, Feb 16___ 1:00 .)

the guest of Miss Elizabeth Silvernail. the Christian Church tomorrow atlUtOft.m.and7OOp lings has bought the building on Volu- lIaynes 50 Kelsey I I I :!l.Q: [ may point with] nolittle Eeb 17.. 1:33 7:35
: m. Christie 50 Brokaw ,
sia avenue, occupied until recently by ; pndc. Feb 18. 2:08 8:10
Mrs. A. McF. Porter returned last Allen.Kingstonro Blakt'If'Y ,i.
'Chauffeur would like with Mr. Mill and will convert it into an '
week from an extended. visit at Johns- position Cleveland 30 Laughlin I I : \ Feb 19 __. 2:45 8:45
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Pa. private family, references. El. care office. Steams 90 Ryan : 'tVJ;! ''''T'' .t .,- The material we Feb 20._ 3:15 9:20:

town, Gazette-News. tlG-button cotton gloves, black and Welch 60 Strong I 'fti, } VLkEi\i- bii--: use is the best the marc Feb 21.... ..___. 3:55 10)5)
*A full line of Hudnut's Perfumes atYoung's 4 --- t I {fa'r-: 11 \ .:} ''''--'- G
The Uncle Sam sailed fur Palm Beach white, at the Chas. E. Gardiner Co's. The entries for the Sixth Annual race t :t1 i,. J' : I' t! let att.. Js.'e callattention Feb 22. 4::35 10:50 .-

Pharmacy. Wednesday with about the Beach \' ;y ,, J"I Feb :!3.. 5:25 11:05Feb
twenty-five passengers. ttWmtf'd-Ahout March two on Ormond-Daytona are 't.tt particularlyto
Daniel McLaren departed Wednesday 1-t. or J e 1 l''' "- t 1 'I I' 24. .. 6.15 12:03
This boat makes and
now regular three furnished with houie- very encouraging enough cars are in J1'I' t1.= fact that we
rooms sone f. :
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morning for a ten days' business trip to trips over this route. line to insure the complete success of :;.. .:} \ JF 7 : OJIt Feb 25. ____ 7:08 1:05
with board for } "
keeping privileges, or .., 'I : : handle .tawar1r
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/ Feb 2L-,.
8:20 219
Columbus, Ohio. the which Monday : .O0 "- -- :
coming .
meet
I : opens on << .
three adults and child. '. '
dinner one Apply tit
Turkey and :
every Sunday \\ ; P.,rc claia; Enameled: Eeb 21____ 9:28 3:30Feb _
Col W. M. Shaflner has rented his Thursday at The Howard tf Box B B, Gazette-News. 39-2t March 2d. ,-'\ ': "z ; : .
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Ridgewood for the balance of A telegram from S. M. Butler of the ,t\\\ \\] JI.f.F'T.'!::;:.,... Ware, which! u sow ____ : 4:40: 1
house on i Mr. and Mrs. Marcus i An unfortunate accident occurred t : -:-;; :::: Feb 29. .___ 11:30 5:3. -Ii
to X. A. Rist. II. Rogers, of Automobile Club of America to President \Ii '..'';.$-y'' :. : ; : idd}' sJvcrtised in

season Springfield Mass after a month spentin Wednesday afternoon near the Hotel Foster, of the Florida East Coast. all 1 lezdiftg magazines. Forenoon and afternoon tides are ap- 4

*Bakery goods, strictly homemade. Cuba, arrived in Daytona last week Despland. Little Mary Stewart daughter Automobile Association, states that proximately at the same hour. Auto

fresh every day at Mac's Cafe. tf and will remain the balance of the of E. L. Stewart, was returning to there are a total of twenty-eight entriesfor ".$b..t.&', Ware isis been mwo-Cicrercd: for more than mobiles can be driven on the beach two 0,
school after the hour when Kenneth hours after tide and within two
noon high
Mrs. H. C. Shepherd and daughter of season. the tournament. The telegram also thirty vc*.-.', *i.J -cry piece tears c *5ta'JHr.r "Green and
Mills ran over her with his bicycle. hours of high tide.MASONIC t
Wilkerbarre. Pa., have arrived and are *A good horse wagon and cart for Miss bruised authorizes the building of a grandstand, Gold" gourantcc: 1.b..J.Vei n : senipks ia our showroom.
Mary was quite badly ,
occupying their winter home. sale cheap. Enquire of Mrs. Hasty, while the Mills boy suffered a brokenarm. stringing telephone wires and makingall L) and if you will call: tvili: i'r.stuJy j you O:;.aPJa.Id' booklets to DIRECTORY. .
Ponce Park, Fla. arrangements for the event. Secretary .... HALIFAX LODGE. No. II. t. A A. )(_- 1-
Mrs. H. P. Carson, of Dawson, Pa .arrived Butler and, Chairman Morrell, of o\-er at your hu.nc. )It'eilin and 3rd Thursday '

Sunday evening and U: the guestof Regular services at the First Baptist HALIFAX CHAPTER xo. t, R. A. M.-
*Don be fooled by buying ready- the Racing Board, are expected to arrive Meets 2nd Thursday.
her daughter, Mrs. F. J. Nivtr. Church on Sunday. The Rev OSBORNE The Plumber. J
pastor. JOE
made and ordering cheap John clothes in Oaylona tomorrow. ORE TALCO nANDiRY.No: ',K.T.-: 1

Those patterns and styles for springand Howard B. Gibbons, will preach in the from Chicago, New York and Cincinnati The Racing Board of the A. C. A. Meet 4th Thursday. .. _I
o'clock LIVE OAK CHAPTER No. t, O. E. ;
and in the
summer 190S are up.t
then some. O. S. Burnett, Tailor. at 730.: and made to your measure right here in entries to next Saturday night, -: AH meet In Masonic Hall Orange .T.SB.. _,;
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For &l1e-20 acres choice hammock Daytona. O. S. Burnett Tailor. and it is likely that a number of cars to
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Mrs. L. 0. Rawson. who recently arrived I J
P. B. DOBBINS LCS&
from New York, ]left Monday evening land, 5 acres in bearing orange grove. Major Beach of the War Department : those already announced will be entered. ,.......................G............................ ,
Chas. F. Wetherell. Holly Hill. tf Among the entries announced from General repairing, key fitting saw filing. t
for a few days skit at Miami. was in Daytona this seek: making
New York i is the Fiat Cyclone, to be Trunks, valises, umbrella and
Pine and hard wood delivered An interesting meeting of the "Sans preliminary arrangements looking to driven by Emanuel Cedrino. Cedrino 1 parasols repaired and recovered. Lawn {
Souci" Club was held at the home ol the establishment of harbor lines. The Insure Your Trunks mowers repaired and sharpened Badges,
card to Fred
promptly. Drop Kingston was here two seasons ago, and his .
Mrs J. P. Esch, at Daytona Beach. city council authorized D. D. and C. M. Checks and tags. Rubber stamps and
Kingston P. O. tf ability as a driver is too well known to official seals. 223 South Beach Street, "
Wednesday afternoon an account ol Rogers to prepare a detailed map of the .' 'DaytonaFlo. 1
Mrs. R. I. Wall left. Tuesday eveningfor which'is unavoidably crowded out. harbor. The establishment of harbor need comment.Walter .I ..

her home in the Isle of Pines, after lines gives control of harbor to the city.' Christie's car, the Christie is I :
a short visit with friends in Daytona.For First class upholstering done at also entered. This is the car that so 5 and protect against fire at hotels, railroad : 'Bamboo i ii

Hobbs, Orange avenue entrance to Peel FOR ALE-Beautiful home, J of a much is expected from, and will give ; !
Sale-Fine billiard table at great Block.Iarinaro's. mile north of Hotel Ormond, eleven Cedrino and his Fiat a hard tussle. stations and( on trains. In fact

. bargain. Ridgewood and First avenues. rooms all modern improvements, artesian For the stock car events, and these
Neopolitan Orchestra,,, the .baggage. and i
Today being a ]legal] holiday the Merchants which was in such favor here two yean! water, good barn, bearing grove are to l he prominent at the tournament : policies cover your

Bank win remain and the and about 90 acres of land 1020 feet this year the car entered for the Florida ;
t closed ago will arrive in a few days and furnish personal effects anywhere in the Furniture j
will observe the usual holiday fronting on river and ocean. For information road run will also be in line materially !
postoffice music during the afternoons for the ;
apply to E. W. Amsdc, Or- swelling the list of contestants.A .
4 i
hours. remainder of the at the Atwood
season t Tinted States home.Ve i
mond. tf sweepstakes race at !I,000 for each : except your own) i

tMeet me at Curtis' and try an lee Pharmacy. car entered, promises to be one of the : : !Us nice and attractive
Cream Soda. fPhone 28 and we will call for youi Thursday evening a bag containingone big features of the tournament the race \ will also writeAutomobile
4
in .
thousand dollars change was
J, The Parliamentary Club of the High cleaning and pressing. All work done hipped from Jacksonville to the Merchants to be for the distance f>f 100 miles. : j I :

..iSchool/ was delightfully entertained last by white workmen exclusively.! Bank and as the express com E. Rand Hollander, of Hollander ATangeman : for part of the 1

Friday witb some readings given by Lr.) O. S. Burnett Tailor.Mr. pany was unloading it at the depot the the American representatives Insurance Ihouse.

Holland, of Chicago and Mrs. Geo. A. Redmond, ol bag broke in the middle and the money of the Fiat concern, posted $1,000 =! i New stock at

fFor aching feet, try Ezem 2.1 cents. Rochester, X. Y., ure renewing acquain:'I was spilled over and under the pIa Horm. that 100-mile CVdrino won M
tancesin Daytona. They are guests ol search the a event. 4
After a systematic hange
Hankins, The Druggist.Miss
Tlie Bennett. Mr. Redmond has beet. was all reco\cred. Walter Christie promptly ampti-d the = against fire, breakage or theft."

Flossie Bingham returned home a very prominent figure in politics al, ,! challenge, and I has already put up $.">00) ;! I Bingham&Maley Co.

! Sunday evening from St. Augustine! Rochester for a number of years. I fMouday, March 2nd, the Organ HeI according to Information from N'ew i
CONRAD REAL ESTATE CO.
where she has been visiting with her ,I I cital and Concert at the Congregational York as an evIdence of good faith. : :

i: sister Mrs. F. B. Wright.Mrs. Dr. Houghton dentist, west end ol. Church promises to be the musical eventof While the number of cars is limited t FURNITURE UNDERTAKING
Block 3.!. tl! !
South Bridge, Peck phone the season.BULLETS. the various events have filled well, and I
i ---. &- M- Dobbins------.- has--- _lots_n for n sale on I .................................... ........''VwVwvwV .......... -:; ---
l Mr. and Jesse E. Longe, of Ikaumont, -- there should 1.e some splendid racing in :
Peninsula. See ad. i
0- Texas arrived Friday of last week and |II BALLOTSAt every (las*. I "Neville H. aark I

; Dr. J. E. Rawlings is entertaining hiss are visiting friends and relatives in I In the 2ss mil race for the Automobile Order That Spring Suit Now II .

sister. Miss Lillian Rawlings. of Staun- Daytona. Mr. Longe was for years engaged -! a special town clecti9n hold at '> Club of America cup, the Rrtfault! ,( i ,

. ton, Va. Miss Rawlings i is accompanied in the grocery business in this i Daytona Beach Thursday Considerable 'I' Christie, Fiat Cyclone, I 11. I.. :M.\ and ,S k j from our custom tailoring depart 1! OPTICIAN. !

by a friend. Miss Delia Gibbb. city and the popular couple number I excitement was occasioned< by discord Haynes cars nil! fight it out with the I I LI r1t, ment. Then you can have it made

Go to Young's Pharmacy for mineral their friends by legion. between the insrx-ctor-lanj others. It British built Woolsey car, the only English just. the way you want it-from il

water of all kinds. fThe place to buy Souvenir Spoons is seems that a quarrel between II. car in the conte.-t. _._.'GIIn"" cloth of your own selection and aityle r: (!!!j I j
; I and This j is really on International! Race,
W. of the '
Craig one wispcctors Ii
,. The High School Sentinel, under the where you can get the best for your design of your own choosing. .
for collcc as France. Italy, England ami America ..
and be con James 1.. Wilcox, candi ate .J.. n.
Get our prices
direction of the hustling business managers money.
what the Ga- will be represented.In 'H'
: Earl,Williamson and Donald Knox vinced. All goods engraved free. I ictte-Xews tor and marshal.can gather.From Wilcox struck the 100 mile race the same cars, t51,;. We can furnish you for$25 to$40 Eyes Examined Free. ;

will appear before the public in a week Geo. II. Clark. Jeweler. I Craig twice whereupon the latter drew a I with the exception of the Haynes, will the best tailored-to-measurc: suit ::: j jn

: two. Mrs. M. A. Rodgers had the misfortune revolver and fired at Wilcox three times. take part. n :" '\ -ouc.crworc-shnpc, style,workmanship :1 AClark'. Jewelry Store. I .i

*Three automobiles for sale cheap. to break two bones in her rightarm Dr. 11. II. Scelye the physician who attended I In the one mile event, there: are the I : and quality unsurpassed ii:2"! ;

Enquire McCoy Bros. Monday morning. Mrs. Rodgers! Wilcox, informs the Gazette- 1 Christie Hotchki. Fiat, Renault and ,\ -because made to fit your individual -

flight of stairs on the that he believes the bulletsonly Woolsey cars, while in the time trials 'i \ L. Z. BURDICK
was descending a News
' Mrs. J. L. Wright wife of Prof. ,, E.t' form Iiy Ed. V. Price & Co.,
porch to her home, when she missed her left flesh wounds; tWo shots struck Wilcox the Hotchki.-, Christie, Hayncand I \
has beon 111 at her homeS of Over Thousand
Wright, very .1" the "II a -
C ( uNC
footing and fell. Drs. Klock and Howe in the thigh and one in the right Fiat cars will try for records. J.e- 'f Contractor Builder.
Second this week. At this "
S avenue who will take I :.t Tailors.
set the broken member and fhe is now loin. Among the amateurs "I" "" ,
; writing, however, she is somewhat. im : Race -
in the Gentlemen's Inflation
resting easy. \ James L. Wilcox was elected marshal part 1 r' Plans and Estimates Cheer-
proved. and collector and (;Jco. 1' Johnson as I are W. Gould Brokaw, in his Christie \ "J Their i beautiful line of 500 fabrics

I t For Sale-Perfectly gentle' horse,harness We will secure for you bottom priceson councilman.Dual. car, R. W. Buckley's lat, James I] t;.r t \ for Spring and Summer-shown t

and lumber and other building materials.No 3rd Cleveland and John ;. .. fully Furnished .
and storm buggy; also saddle -- Laughlin, ,
offers
here exclusively by an
.;. briddle all in first class condition. one receives grafts on your purchase Birthday Party.Mrs. Ryan's ticlindcrtrarns.: J.\\ trWf t'.. us I Ii
.
Daytona. tf .. admirable range for selection,and t tf Building Cottages a
Ridgewood and First avenues. Norman S. Dayton, In the stock car race there will be a i 1
r M. Huston I and Miss Mollie Wilder rt, .
their original fashion plates suggest
Wtlch M\-cyIindcr, Hayncs, Christie" ;
Ii Frederick Sankey and two sisters, ofI Mrs. Haecker arrived home last Sat- .gave a birthday party at their beautiful I f novel ideas for the benefit !

Pittaburg,are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. urday from Chicago, where she went in home "Wilderlcigh," Monday after- ; and an Allen-Kingston. J ; : .of muiiy Specialty. 1

Geo. E. Sebring. Mr. Sankey' is 'theI response to a telegram announcing the noon. Mrs. nu toll's birthday falls There will also be some ran for j jmotorbicydea II I :: [;: j of particular dressers. I It !
five and ten I I
at one, FLA.
general passenger agent of the Pennsylvania serious illness of her son, Dr T. C. upon the IGth and Miss Wilder' on the : t v SEABREEZE.
miles for which ten entries have l liven
.
before -
in
sixth t" Come early- everybody i
railroad. Ilaecker. Dr. Haecker died the isth so they celebrated the intervening
Inst. The bereaved widow accompaniedMrs. ,date. received from the Hcndre, Marsh, else is dressed up-and see fabrics i 0. S. BURNETT 4
,
Judge Stewart, of DeLand has a few Peugmt and Curtiss fartorirs. >I'I
Haecker to Daytona and will re- I .bout :200 guests were pr(Sent. Mi>:s Nos. .4404. 4308K, ,4308,
hundred boxes of fine outlook fur thisaM n51! I
:: bright. heavygrape All in all, the i
maio here for some time. I Elccta GiJTord, the celebrated vocalist, ..... .....ca.1320 1, 4270IIII: and style de- Tailor.Orders 1
i';, fruit. He is filling special orders entertained the as.-cm-I, with the tournament under the auspices j ('-'IOCII? 81 t. .

4 at 95 per box, F. 0 B. f'World] Making," Dr. Inland's book, j was present and (.r the Automobile Club or America and I E..l..I..l.l..e.ti... signs 485, 493 and -191. Then .
I bled guests with an enjoyable program. .. Taken for Royal TailoringCleaning
.1 Ed.V.i'rie.& t -51""* *
I the Florida lat: Coast Automobile A ,
is sale at Moore Bros., Daytona; j tell us to take your measure.
now on
it Rena Gould, a colored woman, died I During. the I program refreshments were I TaIIur..Cbio.go : and
Daytona Beach and Williams I sociation seems to be the brighter, and Pressing, Altering
t, at Waycross Friday of last week. The Seldens served. _ ANTHONY BROTHERS
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body was embalmed by the Bingham & Seabreeze; price 75 cents. with the road run added to the features, !,| Repairing for Ladies and Gen

4 *If want the best oranges for a !splendid motoring season i is in store. We call for anddeliver
i.Yaey Company, and shippad to Johnson In the columns of the Gazette-News I you to ship call at ..................................................... tlemen.] 1
home consumption or
; Station. Fla.. for burial.tLadies' appear three new political announce Xtw road rates --- : HALIFAX \ | all goods. .
Point Grove Smyrna
l ments. S. B. Wilson announces for reelection For firat-class: work I a>tona h.am) ( Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA.
and gentlemen's ]baths at the reasonable i nd shipped! express paidor i
are :
as county Tax Assessor; J. J. tf Laundry phone S. HhnCield's LIVERY AND TRANSFER CO. Phone No. 32. .
Electric Light PlantSeventyfive otherwise. rerd Nordman .
vinxint.. .for__ Treasurer and S. D. Jordan .
M '" ----- I *:\\ Creamery Butler and Purity JAMES RIX, Manager. : i f"lI
covers were laid at the'I I for Clerk of the Circuit Court. The I I I : II I
britks' II
J banquet at The Clarendon last night in ,three. gentlemen at present capably fill ;, A Valentine Party. I Butterine. in one pound tf atltircimwoods. 'an iig: < ', urrey!, Phaetons. Top .lluggl ** I
: and Kul>tt" r Tir- P.unaouts.Itii.'w.
honor of the Father -Of His Country. which they aspire for re-I entertained at
i the offices to j Mrs. C. C. Bohannon ; '- meet nil train Raggagc Kaulfd.nfla .
Informal talks and appropriate toasts: election. I' ":;.00" Friday afternoon of last week. *If your gasolene s-to\e lout work ( ,' .:.- I'alntshop In I'onn.ctlon.rton. j

i enlivened the guests around the table. wire present.The I right drop a card to W. fi. Hobbs, Box : "-1:?!>, 1
tThcre are no oranges equal to those j About thirty-five guests to the !S:2, he will send a man to fix it. 1 1I ......................... .......... .................. 1
:' tWelch's Grape Juice in any quantity on the Peninsula at Ormond. j decorations were appropriate I 1j
grown '
, at Young's Pharmacy.Mr. Come and sample our fruit and make occasion and the place card, favors *No charge for preliminary plans and
\ emblematic of St. Valentine'sDay. I of work at actual ;i j
At Grove, etc., were f estimates; supervision
selection.] Engjewood j
, and Mrs.C. Van Horn and son your << :
of Hotel Ormond. cot-t., Norman S. ])a j ton, Day na. tf
; arrived in the latter of one mile north
Daytona part i
Amsden. : A pretty boquet of American Beauty .
W.
list week. Mr. Van Horn owned a E. j F. J Niver I 'Dr. Addison O'Neill, Osteopath., Norman S. DaytonREAL
,
awarded Mrs
roses was to 'I
I.\n Iron that irons. A luxury to
22U'
; home here until very recently when he Capt. Rodman, who has charge of i in sepia to :Second season in Daytona. Office ,
as first! prize, and a picture near railroad station I
Volusia j
sold i ii to J.II. Donnelly, of Rye, N. Y. in this avenue women.
and bouys :
lighthouse distrid'i Mrs. Paine Williams for second honors. Treatment: given at residences or hotelsif
Tuesday, at the I t j Saves :SO cent of time and 7per ;
tLeghorn eggs for hatching white, was in Daytona I I Each guest composed Valentine i desired. i j jJGulf ESTATE. per '

brown, buff and black. Bert Heacock, tion of the Board of Trade and Halifax inviting I: verse, which was read to the assembled Refining Co phone TO, kern- i i cent of fuel.

.j. Cedar street. tf River Yacht Club. The object of have- .:[ guests. Many of the verses were cx- I sene. gasolene, cylinder and machinery j 1 1| Ask "vonr neigbbor or __ -

the gentleman here was to :1 ceptionally clever and occasioned much oils. Office and warehou.-e at Daytona (":.:.re of) pioperty., 1st tier] outh of gostoflice.V.! II.! KD- j W. II. EDMONDSOy.X .
A two-story house owned by the heirs lights placed along the channel between laughter. $ ______- -.
; Work, F. Dillinghamgt'nt. i Estimates and
Rodman Novelty MOXION: Manlier: Daytona, Fla. Plans
i of Cat ernlne Wilson, colored. situated Daytona and the Inlet. Capt. Music was rendered by a Hungarian ; ---
on West Belleview destroyed idea but just at present of :Superintendence.; Lumber yard. Magnolia] Avenue andF. ] I
avenue, was the i the serving dainty FINEST
, favored orchestra during .......................... THE .
a; by'fire Monday evening. _A kerosene there is no appropriation to cover the I refreshments.The F. ('. Railway. Phones! at office, yard) and residenee6' '.

i lamp explosion] caused the fire. : lighting of the Halifax River. It is decorations of the rooms: consisted : FOUR BARGAINS \ BATHS

f The loss is about $1,500, with no insur- probable that the appropriation will he of heart designs placed upon the :

ance. extended to these waters, however. walls in artistic fashion. f : For Sale at Low Price I ON EARTH
., H 25cl
The beauty of the thing is we can tFor Sale-$650, a neat, 4-room cottage : One launch cost sr;m I for 4' 0. 0. 0' .0. . . FOR MEN AND WOMEN
and
cut, fit and makr your clothes right herein at much less than actual value. *For Sole-As I am now traveling .
:
: Daytona. O. S. Burnett. Tailor. Small payment and easy terms. Lot wish to locate nearer the center of my $m Ice LILY WATER
Company <
: :
50x150 feet. See Equitable Building & territory, I offer at a low figure all or 2 Two 5 acre tracts on Ridge- Daytona I Th Bat W.ur f.r T.M.UM

.
. Notwithstanding all reports to the and Loan Co., 120 S. Beach Street. 39-2) any part of my property comprising 2 : wood avenue co;st BjflO- :? each *. 6 ICE ELECTRIC LIGHT /

, contrary the Cleveland Grays!!, the crack Bargain-Two large dwellings, 1 store, 1 corner lot on Bay .. for $ li"'0) each. : PURE .;
\ Ohio military organization, will visit 'For- Sale at a and Beach streets, suitable for business, : 't \ PLANT A
with and can easilybe : 1 new Reo Automobile. Made from Distilled Water.
boats one power. .
; Daytona the 4th and 6th of next month. house and a nine acre : "
into houseboat; the hotel or opera I t I } I Railroad] and Volusia aH'nue.i 4, ,
converted E. A.Ums Factory cjrner
FOY
H.
J. C. :
Major Foster their or PATINA.
has for entertainment
arranged real estate man : .
farm see any .
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without power. . .
as has already been out- other a nice houseboat, Rush owner. lf .......................... i .
r Port Orange ,
L. Pattfflo,
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ANNOUNCEMENTS. '
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I 1 1i aoancemeut4eandfdatettotLb.rider thli land wi" spear.tie.r21MU M- I i M. ELLA DE VOYLADIES'

*' ate md Cooni v otncv*. .
The charge' for tn.rtlcm of *no as : HATTERS
OPkt from DO.aalU tbe prtowrlc*
.<* "''st'epUtow*"..r.UIDf .
!
i '.r r. mill bI | i. an -
f a t r IL&d In tb!' UM of ..bolees. a bo aft1mboor k t Correct in Styrc, Personal> attention.. -
.,.tloa a. Cnact/ C-onlmlu1nn.n ID- 6 ootlt 13earb t tzyet. DaJ1o 4. _
(of the UOQD CT guard (of Pubtt + 10 .
me rtracaonthdousl
'Qt _111 U"!> Jas rtnl 'tiboatVicj ..............
rU fur lo a i; .'.toed from *'I y.rlroee that ibis 1< the Y 'for)f-IC omerllfa.Oat.
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.. d s ti.i .jwlyal. : "!' rulfOP.-- II. F. CIA HI, (, [)NJer la .alt aa0ifn/t

k -4 L 4 .Oysters and Clams. Game I in Season AI
u TAX COLLECTOR. JT.J wfll receive prompt atu&tioo. ''"

t'-..' People"! (.r V .Jusu C01J sty: : Telephone 28,Cottage Avenue. .TTOJ

I I Lave decided to azan become a can- J ........ ..... M 4 44
/]J'r di:'Lite rur the offiaroC Tax CoJkrtor at :.......... ...

the approaching pr unaries, and respectfolly : -. .. .',; Wii WJ."WiiMiI'i S_VS
{ia solicit jour v .t.! and support.I :"'UininnMtwm' 3
9-f' i have served you in this rapacity ; A. D. rknRIDEPnideat F.JI.- 3
C G Ufr and Wive that my knowledge 5f
> thietaiL of th f-ffic; acd my ex- '

a / prnnc Ucw OK ia a btter position
to s rve f ou satbfactorily than a new 3 MERCHANTS BANK
aid untried man. or one not familiar 3wirb
the work rf the od ce. i tBr..__ "...... c..tf Baaru

1'pry respeetfu1Iv ors. Stock. ,
Capital -
f D. P. SMITH

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trr.r. : ..f H. ul": if Personal Liability. _
nation :
Eexan Dy rpsia ?atilt t* form the fotr n & il :V. :U
Health is JUt; arrues the river for thonsarxl*-thL; ai t* w ..*. sn..* :itS:. L a. and :: General Baokint BusJucu.1 .
acU a
SHERIFF.T Tra+
which grow wors instead l tE'r. Their stomachs :.++.1 a n <. '.. i ,.T. :. '-1 -ran FOR 5
".. Dem r"tie'oters of Voltuialjuciy
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recuperate.Xinety jr rent r.f the diseases rf rna .tintl oririirt.p: !.rm' a .E _'J'foHl i ;t{\njai h. and : | -1 per cent. Interest Compounded Quarterly Fail]
cot to keep th#> stomach in healthy condition is to court Sri. .-n: lliii-.l! e. I itTtby announce myself as a candidate -
I The Itj51"I Kin Tablets are guarantet'l to rrii'..c.. immediate! aryl cure lwnm- f.)r sheriff of Voluia county, subjc -j 1 1 Savings Accounts.
1 r.enth'an P.e m.'t =tIPS51 ;and pai i 1i1 f.-.nni IIf l'-! 'I'I:1'i I : -,. ion. Thl. lar- --'t t,.) the action of the Democratic'i 3priiuary. :
i atttes' printed on tn.ry lou1:, alod money will irr ff.fw 1.. Jr.. a.. I .} ...rt I.t t'.lti rt.11 If ejected I pledze myself to' 3 Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
I -t impartially enforce the laws of the :j

t Retail Dyspepsia Tablets Warranted to Core all Forms of Indigestion and Dyspepsia < county, acid to conduct; the affair o f ; '!1wuwuxa r r/i14VaAMMMAKI4MPsh7k Nt1WY! ,
: tht otSte to t.e'Ery!: best of my ability.
i'; 'IOKJiD! be reloaded.cited as prisUa1 01 ,"ufe.l. use of dista&f action. Price 13 ctits. tt wrjtere orby*affil I earnestly request the support of all ... .. . .. ..... .. .. ...

'. .tern at t he primary.

I II I L YOUNG'S- PHARMACY. i.. 111 LEE MORRIS. i. Bond Lumber Company]

FOP. CLERK UF CIRCUIT O.U'RT..
---- =-=- -- ::: - : MAMTACTVBEKS OF
' 1 i : >It**-AAAAA"'A" 'ttt.rtrtltttT.a4ititti.. .. *t.*.*.*.******.********** t..*....**.ttia. !f T..- n.Xr.djc'ott"rs of Volusia CoI :- :

a i }'rontiIll; on the I: t I..il t. .. 4rs ; am a candidate of re-eiection to' the ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER .....
t 4 Halifat Riv.r. :,1 '.r: Imr; .:,. ... .. : :. PALMETTO HOUSE i i c-Sce of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Z PINE AND CYPRESS ,,

$ : '. : I j Volusia County; and respectfally solicit .
tt .. a a. your support at the Primary to be held :
l << :1.<: Well Known and May I9th A. I). 190", Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick,
PopularOverlooking
Should! you again: honor me with aa Othe and Tard/1: tan
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SCHMIDT'S HOTEL : I :. elective' t shall endeavor to d *edsr e : and Cement in Stock. Railway u4 orutt .
:! .4r the duties of the office satL-faetorHv tail .}
Fonaerly: S.-bci'it'r VJIa. I t )ILL.-Bond Mill.Atlantic Ooau UseRl..tat mllet oath olJackY2Dit.
arvJ the law directs.
a*
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I the beautiful Halifax River. Kalamasoo.on Sanford Bntoek of tDe F. E.C. Ry.
Yours
trulv
very -
: HE.' Y SCHMIDT1& SOS Proprietors ta : :SAMl'EL D. JORDAN.; C i a
: : Phone 8JVtlEN R. J..MALBY, Manager.
: ': and romfurtaMe .
Daytona.homelike
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA. 1 r. r. r
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t *: I I FOR Cur.XTY TREASURER. .. .. "444 .
<< .1': hou e. Fir.st-ela-s: all respert*.
Y << :. : I I take this method to inform the"Ot-
: of Volusia C uttMt I will be a
; ers <
} : a.-on&L1e Fine Dome Rate Tab I41ht.: ; >.j> I .: C. 0. CH'1l1! \B Proprietor.. candidate for re-tleetion to the office of : \ YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING
Satiny Root ; .
.. : :: County Treasurer, subject to the action'of } ,

r " " " "M" " !!i :asis.....****.*....***..*** *-**-****< ************** rfr the Democratic Primary: tbe held] gettinc: a Galvanized Iron Tank a new Tin Roof; a Hot Air F.""
May 19h. 190>. Promising if elected, i
1 ;******.Ntt+****.*******"****"** **********.**. top form the duties of the of4* in the! 4 or any of the other metal necessities required to complete a i iduelling rno l
t'Itu:*' as ia the past. to the flat of coy
Fitt). : ; ub.Vy: and will be grateful to those who
Hotel : remember that
THE PI NES"ccomodates ,
t t I : ..*. .; 't City Ain; f.'kVor me with thtirlt .
J. J. VIXZAXT.n .
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l 1 i i Kites: :"2.50 Per Day and Up. Special by Month : y .a- : : OPEN All THE YEA\I) : FOR TAX r r..lit.tSSLSOH.T ,; i| I C. NASH a SONDATTONA.

# An attractive hoo<* ..1th lar;.and girl: rru*. h--a: j ,'o..! ..at..r for.cc.i ::L. : -. :. .. Ft-ofMf of Volusia County'aI'S i rLw.s .
# tons (ulpbcrcr salt watr tatby.:* Rome! oftbe p anifratureof-Tt Plnea" ar' 1.Id" t"raada!and H. Rwf .>> 4- : LLLl Tr.lC LJ'Iil : .':." y. ago I vra. chosen CoUnty .
# larden'onting a Pneis! of tie countrr. ricer and ocean. ) A.5er".f Taxes for Volo-ia Count i iJOSt
and
"' : are prepared lo Rice prompt reliable service at fair
"Tb Pine/-I/lttcat.donoutb p
1 P.ldr.Rod.. tbI.i.h.- t anr.uIn Iaro'a. ; lLE THIC BLLL>.
:: P.oemldntirortu !> : Tie tax: txoiisat that ti&e were far 9,
tl I II! .; and Old: BatirTib fruin pertV a compari.- of which: general
q 4 repair shop on Vohisia Arenue, neat to the Armory" _
J :: OPEN rRO.H NO\'L.\\Btk 1 15 TO .'\:\Y 1. : jr' > First-Cl.-i-. lIith i The tat bunks of today: will justifyiny ; ":"'
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tiaiiu j that I have made great im- ( {: I'll' ut" ;;.S. Out of town work ;
: in this work. which i* .
j ;prv\'t-IDt'ot nowsecotid
.MRS. J. B. HI SL1', Proprietress., : i'i if tu coLr in the :t.ie. i iI ............. .. ............... .........I...
.t :: JJ8 South RiJgewood s GEO. H. MATTHEWSOpen f '. I r* spcitfully announce my candidacy .
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Atenue. DAYTON X, FLA ""
(,.: rt-mination to said office< i subject 4444444.44444444444444444444444444444444.MMMM.J

i a <_< .,_" "w_ ,_.,_" _', ._..._._ i_.a ._ *_.*_***_*..___*_*_**_*.._.*_**_.. IJROPRIEroR. I t'> the Democratic Primary as-uring;'

n ..........N.......................,................ j i it y..u that if b 1 .1.NINNNNN11N1111N NN.1N11.1N1..NI.11... I will; devote my btt efforts to the
'lag-noli.1 A\Coue, .1 t faithful discharge: of the duties of the
THE
CLEVELAND, Orrosite Vostofti.e. For Business. : ctf-ce. : nr.<' fix; Room IIou e with double porch, Electric Lights, Tdep bear

I : ('"r your [.>t kinJLt.-i aiid ww dua-j 4 Ef. .:-"n.or l-.t, 95 feet on Ridgewood by 230 feet. Good fence.grjtf ia:

[S. B. GREEN, Proprietor. i : 1 I H. R. STILL.MAN.Proprietor. : : lion I U.iiik you \"ry much and will :, : < tinr. a cumber t>f peach' trees good bearers. A good hme
ll THE STILLMAN I 1I I : f i grta'ly ai.f.r-ciate a re-elertion at your j ...mon*.
Kan.i-i S. B. \fILSUS.I .
Sew
Hose. New Furniture. Steam Heat.
; Plumb .
ing. Gas lajhted. Everythiag Vp-to-Date.: antic i : I--! _- --.- i : One Five H i :. In Center of Bu-ine,.. Ii) >trir. LeUr! pH Furniched : ; Florida .MiJ \\ inter State Fair. i tJ on Mulberry street. A cozy little home.
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.,J': I J Rooms Only. House Now Open for ls07-0i\ : : Boom: ell I Heated. 1\>r"ol1al.\- :: T a'ola. Fla low rates and convenient \l :: :A h.,Th,.1.! _.\piaecs Church: are and in Kingston I'ostofSce,near Just! north by. r.f Davtora. G >r rll
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s :: tention Given to C mfort of C Guest*. : si.i.txiules, Atlantic Coast laue Railwa y 4 <':.11!! on or write
CENTRAL AUTO GARAGE. : ;: Fir j: Ute fare plus -'.' cents plus 50 cents 'i i in- ;

> '. : < l 1'i'iioz' admission: to grounds) for the .: : H. T. McCLELLAN

Cfcargiug; Plant. Cars Stored. Gi.c"- \?. Eatterlts Cc ;::_::r i'.-? i j: I'a e t'trlt'I, ; : roULd' trip, from all points in the ta t e. *. ,

.. j Tickets on sale from points north u.bdwest Kingston( or Daytona, Florida.:] )

Repairing Attended To. I j: Rooms With or Without Board. : of line drawn through Archer, 444+*.44444444444444444444444444444444444444444* .-un

lI wtLorn"; "!' 'jaineaville. Rothelland:
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.-.. .... ................N........ .... . .. .. ..Ni --- t.e _l->re line, tickets on sale Fel. 1.N I 17, A RARE BARGAIN
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tickets limited
i THE PRINCESS ISSEA.SF'LORILA: & .. to ret .\ h..-*t.rr hou The Jb.
Ivy Lane Inn i' i. :: :J4lh. Further i&formation fn>nt Lot 100x1100 feet
\ ... fronting on river pine timber enough for 200 jn .
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any: agent, or ty wrltiA : > wood. A number of fruit trees started orange, peach, pie]
: : : \\ FRITOT, Division Pa
Enlarged and ImprovedWith : = _s: : : .t. :: :'.: It.. : :.'. Jacksonville; Fla.Notke. i r-n yarc. d''' T yard and patch. All well fenced Call or write jSa
.. ?t. r. BLITCH.
Hollr
; j. Hill.
a : Increased Facilities in All Dtj I srtr! .tut:-. will le ai :f.r. .: I: : : '. ';r J1N : : -- .............................................ferida...... .

,I .i larger degree to please and satisfy tk>e who lire l re: i:, : : .. .o' .....I..MMO...... .I.. f. :a Mite hereof I. UK tmderagned, .A************************* ****..**************< #-. r 1

I !}t': .. elegance as well as All Comforts and CGn 'el.lt't.C' : ..................... NN......N....14.........N *t.vir.twniy: Dare as a mktof It t.P Cabinet and .

, 1 t. '- 1 :J lat I 4 :atrn:: ..f Clark A: Walton, F1!"h Dealpr : Repair Sho
Open t ; f -.. Daytona llorida. #
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t Furniture
.. : 4 The ;:>. LIT A ii. L' \.y : -:. % Signed i B. W. W.\TTtlX. : Repairing. Waitresses Repaired and made to order, i1
Glenn :
I : -. N r.: .. I' ,_, : I. .:. s handle the celebrated Ostermoor Mattress and solicit your

1 :. 1.v.. FOLTZ, Lessee. : C. : .: ':. I. .' : r. ..: .. If I:. '.t'.: :i'- netting Volusia County Democratic :: order for first-class work. Orange are. enL Peck blk.

3'N.NNN...... ... ...1NNNN... \V-'u! i'' .-.: .- ..at i I riiiit':: .,> -' ar titI': I 'I. .r. \\ Loom Executive It Committee.To 41 W. G. HOBBS.
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< cruti'Executiv \olaaa!
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4 .+...*.+... .. .. ... Flonda. held in the
K +** titttfitt .1Ki ttt.ttf..' Court Hou:'e, le- RAILW1
t 1 HOTEL DESPLANDDAYTONA : a Ldsd. Honda on Wednesday.: Februj EAST COAST
.. *, TH EORGA.T:1 CORNER \ \OLLSIA>UPALMETTO j I. ary -'tHh, 190. at 2 clock p. m., and
t Ml '.1L.Ai : I' .t is dir l that all persons who arc iattr LOCAL TIME CARD No. 74. '

I ; FI.ORIDA. : i; 1 ; '; ; r.: .. .'.. :: i I'' ; E: : L : .. Ha'!. a; :; the ted 5;:\ 'l in C"mmittee matters liable will to attend i-.me before this Rio. 99 \o. 35 No. 29 _CORRECTED TO FEBRUARY s. :

: : :: > : : /\ : < t meeting. WM. :. TIIAYER, JaJjy ; Daily Dally STATIONS.N"! 7 No. 'V**! :
: : Ftrryar.ini i 8'., i i Daily l DaJlrjW
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C'iairman \ ylu?.a County I>"mocrati I' '
i I : "The Favorite." Steam Heat : :: MRS. B. P. SMITH. i I Exvutive Coiumte < 1913 stopm'tlaam pm ll bf e8)am t:._. !.lattvnk**- Aotu ; .Ar J am V ,. :a. .
Proprietress. am 13 am : 6On i40 a:
j. i. : JAS.V.. PERKINS, Secretary. It32Jtm.l n Jtm .. .. .. \........ 'B.LarpattUa.: :..:::::..1:1: S : 3 ppmm Ut .;

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I : Open for the Season pm: pm
1007-08 under management off -- 12a3 am ijJJSpm 12'JOB Lt' ....... ..Iow.yCo..L.. 301 t11 ... 1.t .
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; : L. M. 'ti lTE, Owner and Proprietor. : : THE MAGNOLIA :.. *#*44444444444444444444444For ::239:-:::am::::::|:35:::.:pa:::1' 117 IWpm JM pa: L L.;........... .......Rot"tlec1.E..TltuolUIe.G.Ik.....................L.L..11'. IP 112plI1jtJ p. In ,,.. 3M Itr. ..

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i t r THE .: MRS. CELESTE HI.NKS; Proprietress. :: 'Enterprise Stereoptican, 4 4With 11,40, ) pm ...-.......'..... ..IAr.r.. ..Kllt. ..HO.III.t.Y D Ar 23o I'O.1 p'JI .._.. i1h JIff'! ..
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'' i .Modern Improvements.! NVw Pinmc IJonn; ;\llietl : :4444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444R. .. v.-> r, .. flare East I EAST PA :ATKA PALATKABRAMCH Arrive b

: Cuisine t"ce.\celled .. : > view* AruuQii l thWurl'i i Palatka' TO PALATKA I Lean PALATKA TO
: : :: D. TAYLOR Electrical ; : .P&latk&. ,Palatkai
Contractor EAST
The Howard Las 1 larje parlor?,tread verandas iou :. ,, I I vi"--s I'JSMOQ: 1'1aled roam ... ..Na13tk111..... -; PALATXA .
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centrally located, a few rods from the! Halifax liver on V.UM.avenue i.i : J IIl .' Wiring : ur('-*. screen an.l tUaD.,. .. :'10".50 ttq. .. 1 411 a 111 900.. I ....-.s0.43 4aJ: r ,. .
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: the man tborougLfare from the' : Sp } : JlQ. o. 62 IJally...... alD ll30.II1 !...... ... o..H wiyi ....... (
!; dept; fivtniitute* *.*!, : 4 4 : cnrlefe! for entertainment U3 JIm ......-a S4 Daly.! .. 12Pm II p. i ..... 1t'
I : to Postcffce. stores. t-ti I firsti: ... I ... : 5.50 pm ... ..\n.. M ... U3 Pm 143 ......Na M 1. .1'
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Prices < ., .Sa 59 I'
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: : JOHN C. HOWARD : TOSA.NMATEO i! Batt tl SAM MATEO TO 1"d 1Pal.tka /t
Proprietor. 44444444444444444444444444PINE --.. I-S :o'' EAST .
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> THE BENNETT : 2' pm 1010;;; tOO, I BRANCH Da' D21o
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Cottages for _
Sale or Rent. Life. Fire ;'l .. .
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Insurance. : FOR SALE 241 to\Oam I k P1D 14) : 'LT.-" J ........ ; 1 a l tI pm y1D
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: Situated on that celebrated thor< 'U LfaIt?. Ri igewood Avenue : DAYf-NADEAt. U, FI.; \. : HI) m ttpall! :4Q.pm 99n 841t& ,I Lt... Attar ptpyv t1c&achL. It.. : Lr,;. .4.. a.. 1t/pm
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: Equipped with all c.Jer.1lnpn.yer..cr.: Ko-ais tn suite" wi;:. : -=11111111.111... .....1.11.1....1..11....1...1..111N:! I -t ael-: I Iy0.l: Ora.,.Qt1 BnocY.' Ira Z Ma. 11' 11.-t- )sit

: and without bah!. All ate t help. Gentlenen'imoVii S2 and $2.50: a Strand V.ipn't 9 30 tm- L... i .iiT IrmoUII Utill 11 Sa" ;,Brucll)
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: reading roots adjoin the Landsotue ran parlor! ani jpacuus.ff.c; '*. .44444444ittit4R4tt4444 .**......*..*.**.*....*.. oPm II20..1I1LLY... Lake Smyrna Helen LT, UKpm 100pm JJO JID .3n am : .,- .\ '; e tN
: : delivered 11pm.ll i Oracle CIty L,. 5014Ilpm J'ID 13O.1D i. .It Jf
A'tm 1205
.. N. ERICK5ON : from 11 utchin- .r.Or.nl'jt.J 1D ..
: Open from December 1 to .May l. : << Ja.aaa.C.atatl_. War, )11.... I'OOD'1I nor: .... ::::: _

; : :: Cabinet 'sou'roo: Yard, ('..., ,Io". .Ufa .t.... ..er tiae P. sed \I iii ;. fw9a'
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Wood Hattbt
1 Terns on Application Worker. : K.1 Dock lor Key R 1)/eMt.
; railroad rt..rh .e TUIE TABLES tat and H..IIII.

: : l'i' .-t'tr'! K: \t.: I II t r.m i iVn- i w ST" itt : on Magnolia( aven- .tatty 1.d depart' rim the a...ral.tau..itaw the.line.. a mob/ch 'ral. m ,. t.. rz : :
ALBERT BENNETT 1 Proprietor. r :.a: > r !I"f. 0' a. :0.," matted net d a lb. ; b.t th.ir arrha I., I' .tare attfM ,
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