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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: December 5, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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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,. .,:No.: 28 Ox Eyerywhcrt. Reatfctt All CUitti. Daytona, Florida, Saturday December 5, 1903. 'xt A T>rtUI.t Mttlmm tm D.yt.a. ..d Vlclnlt) Price 5 Cents


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lool Dress NNNN Goods Have Arrived.i 11 11t ''DAILY NfWS% I,1; "OLI1 DRABS" City- -- -Hotel----- '" i




'IVARMLYRECEIVED. 1I ARE OUT 1 ,,
p.. r I : OPEN All THE YEAR I _
r to our being able to purchase direct from the Mills this year, wed l l

display a better line of Wool Dress Goods, cotnprLing all the : .

t,HKtev$14 effects, than c\or before, and at prices equal to the largerlatent s= I FOR A PIANO. T? ELECTRIC ELECT tiC[ LIGHTS Br.I LS. .. 1'

{ utores. TIle goods are from one of the most celebrated mills, Hot and Cold sTable t
I. Two touring ears tame in Monday
I floods being handled by all the high class Mori! .?" in. the rountr). \e i for .1.I II (Hiker owner of the s.&rl-: hrst-llasa

r r-* a laspeetfon before making jour purchase. "Dakota Bob" I Docs a little Advertising I toga!:! Inn on South B..arh street | Nave They Heard from the Day-

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!1 :: # Stunt in His O\\ n HiS'lIit baked: right in three i| tona High School and GEO. H. MATTHEWS

: j The Peck-Hendricks Company. t Unique St'I le.TIMS minutes eerda> IU.'xtt't'k at our Some Others? PROPRIETOR.

.................................N.1 store Grlllk"r. lorri lI.1flhvare (o.

FOR HALT I [XPRSSIO[ S.11.e S. .1. 1 U:. Adams of Ja..t tOin\'i1le, atrivetl A GUESS[ OR TWO CflMIML : .14..111..1............................................

...................................... I ; in the city Monday and is visiting I : A'sD COTTAOES
bis son H C. Adams, proprietor I I f THE WHITE HOUSE :
UA1i0SA BEACH. FLA.
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whet.Is l began to turn in the [wily of the :Sanitary; Harl i The rifle Lays held meting :
er shop an important -
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i I I.I I.: Capacity 30 room looms bright airy and rompl nc CUAS. L GARDINER CO News office Tuesday on time, :Jotlotk A 1 motorist before the I Tuesday at the Armory and be ,. improvements, clean and up.to-d.itc. mated on abrerze Avenue a short .
lady
p. m., and the white winged me senRC'M was up I I sides performing the prescribed militarymaneuver '. distance from Atlantic Oc-an Summer rates ?1 00 per day and up. pcJ
of mayor Tuesday for fast; and mkless ,I I ,: fat rates by week or season z
truth dropped from the cylinders in and transacting some business
driving. His Honor decided that 'I i:. HOWARD 5
rapid 8u'rt"f"o.i"n. An honest!! earncteffort i they talked "piano contest." :: Proprietor.

: Dry Goods. i iibl. was made to give the jieopleof convict the evidence and she was was not discharged Hufiinent to I''I A commia.ion has been issued to Sec ,'.................... ...1.....4.................4k ......

Daytona a timely, treditable newsypaper ond lieutenant Elton M. Rich to be --- -- -

Linen Napkins Drawn work Center PieC'l's : ( and how will the undertaking \V II Peters arrived \' aeompanied I First lieutenant of Company K.. Halifax +': .************#*..*..****** .*.***.****.**.****. .*....
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was carried out the must judge. pities, with rank from September
jieople( lay Iisllallgltt Gladys, I Ianll.is
ip i THE MAGNOLIA
\Y 001 Skirts in Laces
;J Wool Goods Specialties ;
Newspaper| people above everybody aunt, Miss Xewstead Theyare 11. MOS; r rorn tl'd. vice Clark promoted .

and Embroideries, Silks, Gin h3lus, Percales i know the value of advertising and located for the season: in the (appointed same date). : RIDCEWOOD AVENUE. J e 4

Kid Glove, Ribbons and Notions. : when Dakota Hob oil.'r.tl his senieee' Gamble! house on Palmetto aenueIt The boys think they will like the new : Large IltOIII'unan'l' I Ilt'\\t. Uectnc Lights. J \. .

i Phone 102, Anthony Block, i for a little turn, he was given carte color and!style uniform,the"oh>e drab" : Rates $2.oo Per Day. J .t
Means. of (fiene\a Ohio is in
and steps in comphence with conditionsnece
4 s blanche, and told to mike hid little f
of the ,)J. II : MRS. CELESTE HINk'S Proprietress. :
DAYTONA FLORIDA. i 'piel. charge Sthweglerjewelry ary to secure it are being taken. ,
store this winter Mr An issue of the olive drab woolen ser- .***.***#.***...*......... *.*.*......**..*.****V**.*
N.N...................111................. Accompanied bj 1. C. Halhda), a :Stewart; honJultt't1, for several vice uniform will be made to each organization --- ..
member of the Amerii Federation of .ttttat**.******+t.tte. .*. 1a ..***ttttttatat.
seasons: intends it is said to go of the Honda State Troops .
Musicians, who played the bass drum, .\\\'KTLU A\'LiNUU *
into business for himself
.................................... .... .... and C. A. Emerson, who rattled the about January 1. 1904 This clothingto : THE MYRTLE y Centrally Located.A :
be furnished without
M.ssrsV.. \V. Fi.ltWm. Atwood charge to the \
ewoodo\er the taut kangaroo skin. -
allotments to the several organizations., : Homelike (Itttardmg House( with ill modern conveniences.Can +
I ; in one of \\ AUrcrombie's automobiles ) and (Graham! 'fll"m ptOim weresummoned .
Real Groceries for clothing The issue: will be basal I : aifoitutd mare table hoarders.t .
this trio beat thtir way throughthe to appear] at Jacksonville I t *
a streets of Daytona: Subreeze and for w-r ue in the Fetleral court, upon the actual: enlisted strength each: I! PIMCI: : ; in: : \M \.\BU:, JMRS. .

I' aa Da)tuna liondi. (crjing the Daily New, Mr f K>lu as a grind jurist, Messrs company the quarter and ending detachment December as shown 31. IDOxJ byI+I i I : C. I KOST, Proprietress. x j

which sold in nUlillot- Atwood and Thnml'sun as **tit . . .
It has been our aim to establish they rs. ( | provided that the strength of the organizations i Lat/.5.Mea. .*** **********************

Mark Isaacs one of the owners I.r the, jurors. must'''
II a grocery hero that will meet a tin first as shown by such returns :...N............ .... ......**...+..0.....>.<>..<>...
Crystal Theatre bought
pupt'r. "-\\liv "ua cat in a sack1? At substantiated by original descriptiveand '
with the popular wants of the and fctartol t the boys triumphant Accomodates Fifty.NLW .
on a exhibit nt'ltt't"l will show ) enlistment cards in the office of the 1 "
c a our we "TH E PINES HOUSC.
their wants tour. They were -(xn force l to "|M"ed general. One coat and 1
people, we study you a Majestic in actual operation adjutant one : All Con>cnieiKes.
a back the News ollue for mend installment
to a -
brmhes for each regularly enlisted sol
and their needs and buy accordingly. (Ind 'r Morns Hardware ('o.
I of palters dier upon requisition made upon the / Rates: $2.50 Per Day and I'p. Special by the Month.

4 .- \r e are not overtaxed ; The Daily! News f eels iriuneliselygrati- The numerous friends of Mrs new form fur requisition for clothing / \n attractive bout Kltb large and airy roonn. hot and cold water through the

/i with and are enabled to ai I fiN with the warm reception and gm- I li/alieth: 1'. Misty. of Tome Park, IV fore these requisitions are prepared' buulltl, .sulphur salt ,.arrl>nlh..cln.trli'..light.. furiiH.e. hm and lt-l..pbuu..
C 1 c expense a I erouutlioine aironle I lice initial i air| will l sue ulil to ham that Mie i-> im- the actual measurements of eaih soldier fenieofthepleasanttealureso"TI.Tunes mi.Itswkir veranda, and It* Kuuflardfn.alTurtllng
it' .b sell at moderate prices. Jive : if ) from her I' (; a hue clew l ..(lpe enuntre. river aD,1 .H...An.
: jtearance of tl,e daily issue nf the season pioxing "111),1\\1) re t>houl'i l>e taken and the tuxes of the .
Tbr flDvi l II situated on South KldtPwi**! the hlhet uvcnutIn Ilalooa.
-.. us a trial for the coming month. 1tm : Ils:1'! tilt i ill 'SSMr carious artidt's of his military clothing KoolII."llIgIO'or..u ullo.. ,ltli or wllhuul prhale tatlb
determined the tabled of : E-
; aa: --- ---- -- and Mrs. .1. E. Price and s..nlohn bj consulting OPEN FROM NOVEMBER TO MAY i. .
sues order No. IS 15
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a: K:. :V. (.'app and I O..Hr1rt>rilz !! arrived Tuesd i\ from Mari 1. published in general

: :8."r. CARROLL, a::1':1'J.re in the city Tuesday from I5u ClilT. Ohio and are again at h n e t current series from general headquarters. 1/ MRS. J. U. tIIN51 1'. Proprietress. :1

liMihinir. iloks for in their Ormgi avenue residence '
up somf iisfID I -- < > JJS South Rhljtewood Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA.

The North Beach st. Grocer. I the public wlirx.1 at that place. for lilt'illlt'r.. IlliVl MENACE[ [ A NNN1............................................... r
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II IIj I ( O. ('him'trim, propiutor' of ......................... ..o...........N.N.NN.THE ..
fl the P dim'tin House, waR aiuQntf the
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No. 19. BROKERAGE PLAN DISCUSSED [fREE NA VIGA nON.
tat. 'I eleplione irm ils Monday! afternoon A i.KKr IVY LANE ICas INN

so aa.a..IaI.I............................... hearty w' 'Iconic always: aw uU Mr. a .
By TIE LOCAL TRUCKERS I (l'hanllarliIi. at 1 U.ixtuna>)> f

\ opened for its fourth seasmlovemb'r! 15th, l UK'S' and will j
Will FIND WHAT YOU SEEK tt r. 't \\'ilh h liL'litful wtather I Floating Timbers a Menace tu i iUoatmen
YOU i iI' sut << as :
remain open until Mal"l lh, 11H) > Ihe house: is well prepared I to
I I.mutt biet/ts fresh Word of (
of real "IlatrII I.elh.r | tins pi..ttllilug.|' ny ; Warning
': a outs mid*'r the<< category Board of Directors Ctf Kssoeiation' !' < maintain its established fir .litud) and comfort :
t1'w e .. it lx a house<< tore, stable, farm or tit)> I' fr mi the Uoin, til II o deep) every to the Careless or Indifferent. t reputation: rt elegant : (
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country lots unimpro>ed, for your own ten Held Special Meeting 1 !la |Iy' flight to lie luppand: nukingl X carefully prepared) meals and most attraduo table sets ice. The
.I., lute.1em \ the of the old wail, '
hood 1 as n ilhtlO'ntllil >- nY. o;; et.'rv cry tuiiittrrpart '
nncy 10 mot to others or Tuesday /Night.' I I i rooms are large anti sunny, will lighted< and heated). many (i them
these parcels-on our lists,I who threw the stovepipe into the .1
fppF ,,7 \ startl.PHrc at Th Hoard .f Hind. if thel Day> i l cspliiid: made Ilia: lustslipuae11l I provided with private I baths. I
w" hit'bare free to your ulk \ ? is being! made \II h.t turned looot jr i
thiM':1slIn Ii
.. I of Itttiue ntilli" f )r
t r.H\'il' for anything in the real tMi : < tuna 1 rui k and I Fruit tour I of the logs in the river" These derilecU.ll .
i : las! Friday, consisting two ;
turn told a 101"iiil I mitt ting I Tuesday lu W. W. FOLTZ Proprietor.
-iners.Jh light coiisigiiimnts to .New York >.i.itiiig about at the mercy of wind and i
discuss a proH| ition fur haiidluiK:: h the I '

J. C. BUTLER, crops of the a.sMHuUi>n in the brokerage I firms:' ft.llowinc! it with a Iirgeship 1.I tide, are a menace to boatmen and the : ......4...................a...4........14..14N1 .......
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inentVtdties In I III
Heal Estate. Life, fire and Accident Ins plan as |I'wl.c..1| 1.y \\'. H Thump, tartUs-sntbS! or indifference of the offender ....-.-.-.-.-..-1NN1..Yy.t..NI.....1.1.N.......1.-..

'r ---- 234 Daytona Heath, Ha M>n. nprtstntmg tie Nat I i..n.ll'r'MIII '" 11.1. fierce n,I funih i leturnulto i i should>e looked into.

Phone i"hiLaling In "f ('mi inn.tti, .with II Mulbem\ Fla Monday, but exists !I The crippling| of au expensive pleasure THE PROSPECT

..... .......... ...N....... N......N1 whom previous thslnurd rtiling) I ld.1 1 u toi.ftnnit tI.I' : to Iw link in Iavdrul the fatter the- !! yacht and trhaps the endangering or I
and
of th.t't>k
i i.t Alter con-ukrable diMii""i"n ii|1'11 part irrupt I i l loss of life is not a trivial matter. The i
Ask for the Bread j Palmer house on Hidgewottd: an nut South Ridgeuooi! Avenue
IH fore the Uunl I itajdttldtd sail and
that and other plans waters: are not1l'tked with i
.. during the winterMr 'I 4.
\\ tll hold the initUrin aln > launch,folks Vnton pleasure! and health, j _
Steam Heat }Klertnr Light Mocks front
with the stamp of i I If unit for a-hurt lime ill ,order that' Mausger and I Mrs. luw-s: F Jthnson I and this: interest!! is too valuable an assetto I ; ; t\\o .. .

\\' t'. lldliues might IK able III of :.spriughed; Ohio are spendingthe of .
/ I permit any crippling the senueI depot antI i>ostt>Hife. ( luIge; on preiuises.)
;;; ..f tht' l ItrI> and 1 rrt'l..1. Con i
with
male a full" r li'p"rt ul'"nOllie I winter I Let the gUilty party or parties take j

plans under discussion i aid the I human) ilermau, \olusii a\enue Mrs heed, take warning and help free rather
ROOMS ONLY.
t11d111UN'' NMM 1 Daytona Bakery j | adjourned bUbjwt ti Mdllfh I lohnson is Mr IKnuin'ssister :amid than obstruct the navigable courses : !

i 're are still some \i g< t.d,Ic grower- has:' come south for the benefit of )her'htalth f

m thisMition: who 'late lot iltut. Ji.sltheniMlves ', : P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. _

: i i with thiaorgunzatinn: They' '.hist I received winter and Ii spring .,

..: ...'::.-c. tI. E. QU1QQ, 1 should n':due tint ill union thin (i- I 1 I I\.J..: It Hirri-. i who his been samples! If we have not made you : .. .........N......!! 4......4..........44....44.-4.

;2t;' : '::... slringtli. and that: it is i the only) sal\a I il'nath hoi liug. left revival JfunJrv. uiectingsat for stugust Dijtoni- I a suit give UH a trial-and YOU will I .I...........................................
itt -,:!'! '. : satisfied but will be
: ,. bo
\ lion of the truckers IIr this t.ltC. nut only I patronizing
:;=.i/ ( Proprietor. : line. \\e are uiforme'l drat Mr Hirns : -
home THE
A. industry CLEVELAND
a
i ale- TheasMHiitinn rhuul.l late th<' moral will n.\.t'lIaaIHHlt) .I.1.11II
ret urn to
........................ snot financial f'ul'IK'rl; u f t\tr\ vcgetahli l l land HIRM.TT, The Tailor ,
NI......... .. :"ith to hold a series.tf 1IIt't.tiug. at Magnolia \\' t:ii1 "J'pr! I'tistothrr
, fruit grower IIr this \mnil>' am.l th. the Fiat I M I. i I.: i hurt h.
: ROOI1I Only :Mt.im; 111'.1' :unitary riiiinliinK has!
if Hit I.UMiit-n= 'n :i' vvtll :
tt-tt******..*.**..*** ****************** ********t bulling 'I'.1. *Miid.'r. the Catsup King ; I fRATERNAL I m\I i \I HOLDS I.i :lltrll.I I er\tlnnji: "I'| it> d lite.

SON ; I ;ind hen II. It.lll" ('nrl.ute from ('in- I
I C Ii S. B. GREEN
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1))1 N. E THREE BIG TRAIN LOADSIIOllESEEhERS .imnti to points on the lowt I I-ist. ITS JUAIUl ElECMi.nterprising [ Proprietor.

L blnet Wood WorKer. : I (" l..t. were Ihjtom tisitors'u11.lat:; i.KKK .t!.................i......,...'...1..................
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MaKer. If aftern.*)n. stoppiag over l let uteu
[ WH NORTH ************************.. *************************.
nnli trims for brim f \i-it uilh fuendsinthisdU
l made to r a
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greens :
|: Picture )Frames Door and Window ,. Mr l Dale is a pronu, Officers /Named' by THE HOWARD

tl t Cottage Avenue, UA\'TON.FJ.A.. '1 K .. | m.til Ciuciiiiuti liwtrOonuwHlore I i Kr i

r .. ............*............Il1 Hate Descended l'plll1 Honda This Popular Organization Kk k Centrally located on \olusia Avenue, t i. ion i\< rue from the d-,p<>t to
,t.,.....*#*.....* ** -I. U AlUn was a ,
.Monday Night. k waUrfruut on the lUlif\ li\! t. l'r I mir.ml.'r, walk to at..r".I..o.t-

........ Big Delegation I Fur the Daytona I tiMtor Moiiaen! route :M otheechurches, t-tc 'Il"I II w.trJ i I' -,tn' tl\ a nrntclaw! << hone in erj i
11111.1.1......................... East Coast. I'j from attendant fIn the rates at 'I Wlujut lodge: No 545 Fraternal K respect; moderate pn.-. til. IAIH L A Sl'LCUl.lN.Mtl

i Contractor ;:, a\aimah to his place! on the Haul Union Iff"t"rira, held its annual :
Electrical a cooking. the cuu>iue \< pti"nally..i! i I. tin t..t tin market affords t'oJerK
.< TAYLOR Thrtt..big train loads, miming: HIM'*'- o\er The 1 ('nuno ore is ('\ id 'ntlv 'I election Monday night at the residenceof K .
w. : tie direct su(>eriLSOU lit the pWIri..t..r. ll.i house has 'v"ry ino.l 'rn c : from the fro-t I lownNorthwest inonkej and; H. T. t.'ld'aQ' H.Ie".KJ aveuur,
House Wiring a Specialty.ia I tions, homes*tlirs : looking f.IT\> regular I i t Lenience and impruirinent ilk larit \tramli .cud piij\; : ,, :: : hate: 11' .mti-d theniMhcsUfH.ii i parrot time"at \lleuhurst t. a-s heastakingwilhhim i, Kingston, The following otluers were : r rounded! by lawns and &hdj( ir -. 1, ,ir\ :&11.1 i will trntilitedR
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Shades and will I'ruI'l..IIO1It" small t let tedJustice:
+ All Kinds. Fixtures, : 1Iori.lIo.il \\ ) a rrmn < Fur term apply tu the 'rietorJOHN .
Electrical of | roj
Supplies .
folk. J. \\ Williams
O.NA, U.A. : oUtl.OIIit'S. They an ragged! keto U' a.Ymiliuliom to a \trline I '' RR .r-I
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No S Orange avenue, chock!; full t.f energy, and will euntribut,: parrot alnah lt home at .\11- 'retlttry. H T McClelUnTreasurtr 'i RR C. HOWARD.
......................... to tU dt\ik'| n 'ntl' luirstI. Walter Edwards:: :
4 s....... ...... in great:: iiu:i--urc I Rs.
the idle land and add mat 'riall>' to th* Truth M I O. llin-ky ......................... .e..s..s.......!...

..,.' ................. .................. I I wealth of f the state of the numl'r have already I' I.. F.,Mccre N Y..and arrived family,list II f CtvpeMown week- ,I Mercy. ',, \W.\ J.II,Cameron Hjnet .............. .... ..........................
hundred Z
: WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATINGtlOihuized i;. I Two come down the East Coot. and :*:' and ate (llX'npying their residence, iuard, h.. I.. Shear : SPIES Z

F rna.e.r : tlc taste the quality of the SOlulJrilu:5 \. on North Inatli street purchased: I Sclltilt"I.W.. H. 1'atker OTTO A.
allotIr as )
.c.: Iron Tank, a new Tin Huuf, ; soon climate and demonstrate th last season of I.. (1 Wilhume Mr i :steward' ,\. K. Ilrokaw

r mlthe t other metal necessities required to complete a mx, ernMember : fruitfulness: of the soil other outiwuring--" and Mrs
winters at Orlando} beforeisitmp.
Wilt follow '; I floss Hallw..rth, of Chuago. ar-
that i Northwestern agent (0 r IXntona. and own a home at thai
Louis l.arSt.u, Coast Uaihvay tllgi. place: but were captnated with th} <:'I rin'll 'Ilulraday last:: and la mtupyiinj Upholsterer, \attressaker and
Flor.d" East: .\t".II.1t.. k. She
the ill the
r" >ma
I.arui of I) i\tona and are consul
gent 1 u }beauties
4 SON !. mitered th. newcomers & will Mrs Katherine Millar
assist
J C. NASH says the winter Mr Steenis this wiuttr, ill the hair dressing -
well
t I now than i i iwas t' liter as a s
greater
rl* J: nut .
DAYTONA. fully ; > per
!large aratIuih iro' I
*" hiving: a "
this time last year. and otherwiai A Full and Complete Line UpholsteryMaterial..
.04- reliable service at fair pn't's. -4 ra.lroad trieirl l:, ac.ordmg t the rear of the house -- -- ---
: f fwpared to Rive prompt and I 1ip Chicago!
4l tie Armory. / the pllpubr early deniamp!. put UII uunthrough +*" impr-xing the projnrt\ I 1h'I liars 2 cents all st>le of shirts First Class Work. Prompt Ieh erTHE \'.

ip i* repair shop on Voluria Avenue Out, next of town to work solicited fNH t. reasons and sleepers the| t'1.hL"au ad.anct'h'I'ri.luanl l ur utl.t"tI t*':i j ulcauitl\utotiioLilo 1 at Oliver tires's and garage inner tube : drat lifills Paj vulh tona work Steam left L.unJrytf and called I I I.........N.N11..11.1.1..1.......11............11.


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I t"aefwrnt le YIWESTIC YAJSTICLi I best reservoir.It .

SET OF WARE N Reservoir Can 1,
f'luyh with furnish uses about half the fuel used on other ranges, and does

t if ; ', ;; ]]ushli'eset irdesire3) better work by far.

on right if

With every Majestic Range sold during this Cooking Exhibition rL desired i isous The Majestic All Copper Nickeled Reservoir heats the water .

ii quicker and hotter than any other. It is: the only reservoir
we will give, absolutely FREE, one handsome set of ware as
i with a removable frame.
Y shown. This ware is worth $..!'>0 if it is worth a ('("lit. It i is he ,
I The Charcoal Iron Body of the Great Majestic Range lasts

best that can l he bought. We don't add $;.[.lt to the price of the i I,
f three times as long as a steel body.

f range ami tell you you are' getting the ware free.but M-ll all Maje! Being made of non-breakable material, there i is practically

i tic,Ranges at the regular price. You get the ware free. Kcinembe: no expense for repairing the Majestic.
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this is for exhibition week only.I Ware will not f be given after tlrs Lava Ib(6 Covr 4 IDm Bottom. As for'I aking, it is jerfection ; not only for a few month,

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week. This ware is on exhibition our store, and must: be seen to but for all time to come. '

p ttl14y A GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE lasts three times as long
: be appret'iated.

i iI I 7( ZOin. as a cheap range, but it don't cost three times as much.
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1 quarters. (Have mffee ami biscuits with us.
l'nOOf-\\ don't at>k you to take our word' for any of the

9X1Zia above statements, hut if you will (all at our store, a man frogi

9X1Zin "f- : the factory, where Majestic Ranges ire mad. will prove to your

F Come, if you intend to buy or not ; the information satisfaction that these are absolute facts and will show you

many more reasons! why the Great Majestic Range: is! absolutely
gained will serve you in the future. the best that: can buy.
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I E i.rht Nichols! of Bar Harbor
: IN REMINISCENT MOODDAYTONA worth, a giant in the business world, yet,, they have joined the majority on the tcmplation it is interesting to note the TT W W ,
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I gentle as a woman with his iieighboreand i i other bide we forget our differncrs and irnprovi-iwnts mot with at every turn. .
Ib -"' with Ilaukins the
I, frit.nds. lie was quick to recognize' '''conflicts of opinions arid 1 drop a flower! New streets, new pavements, new dwell : I druggi
V during the
the incomparable beuuties of our city. sin I tribute to their (.O\Ill"('"'' which live fags, pew hotel club lioua'8, businesshou3 : season.

: IS PICTURED and was pleaded to come and make i iyet it,, I on. Tht'Yere big: and vigorous of nw industries and enterprises, e .I. D. Malry and II. T.Titoa, t two
beautiful at his i'' mind, faithful to their lit, ; mono and l A
> more as a glance i l obligations i push sjnt-d. cursory glance I dugs :anti two guns made a pleasant

South Itidgcwoodpremisesshows.: Daytona ., I I oral with their friends, and are mourned around town reve-aU more changes and M \te-t out for feathers Thanksginn.
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is richer by his coming this way. I I by friends and followers far and wide. i iiiprov<-iits than there is space for: I' They bagged a fine string.Mr .
Jeannette Miss Smith and Miss 1
Short Tributes to the now Another prominent figure but a short I All of us enjoyed watching II. 1'. the sons to dilate upon. Major and Mrs. Abercrombi-

Jones. That lubberly boy I U ft with I time ago so familiar on South It"arhstrt"l't II Douglass load his pipe and the draughtsof ; I. On southern side ("nseonl"\\!among spent Thanksgiving day with their and Mrs. F. M. Twining u-

the tenor voi-e is now talking a bass. He is gathered with our fathers. He satisfaction' in the cloudy rings of the pines, "TinI'inra", was n-are-d. children at the Wayside Inn, on rived from (hskill Ohio, !last week

Departed. isn't whistling through his thuml to played it prominent role in the early smoke he blew toward the ceiling of the 1 Farther north additions to that very I Myrtle avenue. and art' with Mrs.1 Twining' cols

his chums up at Gille's dock or shooting hMorv of the city, and left a lasting imprint old City Hall will linger long ia many popular hostelry, "The Ridgewood"were I : lives on South I Uidgewond: iTeaniMiv

Hit's at sand cribs over on the beach! ; I for good. J. 11. Xiver has answeredthe memories. There H l*>uud to l>e lots of noted. From its roof garden a C. R. Simonds, of Jacksonville, ;

A Running Sketch Caught from he's just
the Seat of a"Speeding the Bills and is full of business enterprises the records show his worth in devdop- the make-up>> of any man who could sing the bi hulder.Jas I I a few days'visit with his I Conn., wlio iftnducted the Wom ',

Those proud and chivalrous ing a city He had just surrendered his as 11. F. Douglass sang. lie .was alwaysat :, II. Baker has lifted the Saratoga mother and brother. Exchange: ill this city two\ yeantg

Motor Car. Benedicts who in the "conventional business cares, built u delightful cottage his post, and usually right up with i! Inn skyward and It looks smilingly out :Miss Alliene Wilson ; is juried to be quite ill at berlt tin
black" led to altars the came
Hymen's fairest and decided to move slowly and easily! his work, and if he sometimes! seemed to upon the broad Halifax from Jamison Mills up i that city.
U .'. I'KMAHKK flowers of fair how : Wednesday andspent i
our city
trey ) are they I I
down the western horizon when the present a gruff exterior: you knee he Herr Schmidt has add.extensinly Thanksgiving with her i Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin IJYi
comforting themselves! Sobered and '
To one who has five consecutive i
spent .
summons came, aud J H. Slyer an.Heady. was right within.nother and the Villa"of is
yore now a .
preten North left 4etl
Reach last for
parents on
I Hasting
winters in the Ohio valley, delightful in settled: a lot walking the floor nights, sacred '. ." familiar iiguJe on Daytonastreets tious hostelry.i street. Friday

the"good ultl' summer time" beyond the thinking version thoughts not found in the revised One of tod's noblemen, big-hearted but recently passed! tit the unknown I i Another new and popular candidate Mrs. E. II. Hotchkis expwts to (I and they I will then spend proceed a couple to the of weebtf
the catechisms
and
power of pen to describe, but caprecious, or I and distinguished looking, was William bourne from which but one hasevt'r ;I for public favor is the / leave next month for France where toDavtona
Magnolia, under (Tines for the winter, coming
at variance with the
quite
abominable( with its rapid fire of hot, injunction Jovial, keen of humor, returned, Alexander No she will the
\\kking. a sense was : Bury. the spend winter with her
cf Mrs.
I nuinagvnient Celeste 1 links, ) MIll1time in March: *
found in commandment No. 3, dodder-
cold and temperate blasts from every he was always welcome presence in more gentle-"pirit,-.l, lined, agreeable, i ii daughter who is attending school.Mr !.
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point of the compass threedays'drizile ing and cojoling the )lusty-lunged little any gathering. He was connected with i companionable;: jx-v.le than Mr. and 'I'I The popularity of The LV-spIand n'n.'d.n' or April.I.I

followed Franklin Edwards, Donald 1A"S.it'S, an enlargement im|>erative. Theproprietor and Mrs. AmoK Twining r* .
by a blinding
snowstorm ar-
Mrs. I
,1 several important business enterprises, Bury cited here. The Bible "
sa> > Mrs Montana S, Ludlow
Y's Jean France, Mira Maxincs, I ,; I.. M. Waite, yielded rived from Haskina I prtfrtor
Henry to the
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a sleet, a thaw, a slush, a veritable and au important factor in the early development there is a better land than I Ohio, last week of the Parkinson ill-luMP,'1 'JH
Pandora !hOI Elsie Itmas, future senators and demand. and are again Iwatetl t in -
:.metaphorically speaking presidents the Oar-
: of the city. May the sod many are loth to believe it H".too-j TIJltr1\la from I rbana, OLiofl**'
I Jupit l'lu"ius shuffling the cardsto club women and suffragists.liurirorowly rest lightly on Mr. NYicking's grave.John such as they will If ,,- I The Bennett givers emphatic evidence land house on South heath street mother Ito'
i one I sty who has been an ocular, speaking these of a taxing patronage by for the winter. cotiiunietl| ': 1 by her
general and better than
j auricular and sentient witness such changes are observed by the occasional I D. Parkinson, aggressive, a regular happier here. j j| The Prince George: impronWl'nt..1 Agnes Stone: and II. U. Ilarwii%el|1

ii meteorological freakishness the Daytona visitor. Dropping the jocular vein and storage-battery of energy, grafted And still another to answer the last !i span, is modernized and Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Kites) and Rotten: X ( '.. who will agaTin u.-id

L' environs promise a respite. speaking specifically there as w ith hooks of steel every question of roll-cull was J. M. Garland, prominent'in yard and Ik'lrojd will place it in the Mrs Dates' mother. Mrs. M. E. Silrernail !- the management-of The, I'i4I1

, ? Her Bimkissed waters reflect bright- I faces once so( familiar I miss.are Our many exMavor moment; he mastered the details and church work, and for years a cons pic-i j fore front. I I went to Detand Thursday :Mn< wlik-h. op-ne-I for the eeaiex-

was bo intensely interested, interestingand uous figure in the development' of Dny-j Theustill to spend Thanksgiving with Mr Tuesday. ft
: nrsa her festoons of Spanish moss wave C'has. 1. Smith with his strong! t 'I is another candidate for ,
;;, a welcome, the clusters of golden citrus I yet kindly face, strong voice and strongpersonality in earnest that in the presentationof ton.-i. The ranks of the "Old Guard" favor looking out upon| the Halifax. I Gates'parents, returning by trainon ,
di"p3'
in cause he championed I have been decimated their F. II. Wright, train f
: any argument any ; arms havej A Friday.
fruits large number of
delight the eye, the thundering u.. la)or (Harris, a master I others have added
IJ he usually\ carried' convictionand been han.h'tl..wn to thaw now St. .\IIgu1lint'ilb his wife bn
sup pounding( upon| the finest beach in I artist, as also was his: talented wife, in 'nDaJtonli's to and improved! and especially! havecomfortable I H. I>. Parrish and sister '
II''' "won out. He labored in seasonand tiring line, and all hope and : Miss 11t't'11.down on a visit to buts J
all the world thrills the soul; the leaping his chosen work; "Jay" \Yilkiuson, the i and commodious boarding l Dora>> I., arrived +rleetl
; I out of season for the town he loved JMieve they may acquit theniMheM'with : Wednesday of last rather Col. Hill bam. (
1 fish, the birds ho'ises; been built I
divingatl'r the barking recogni/ed Apollo of Daytona, and liked or improved. week from Great L
f and hit departure leaves [ as much credit have tlbtinII narri nghmMass. Bill h'lIl1 Mr. and IJ'WpC
premature avoid the
i : : squirrels, the trailing vines, the \'ariagated I' Ly alii; \V. F. Jibb. who smilingly took as Across the river the Trincc-sn K e'na: Miss! 1'arrish j ': b'
difficult to fill. Daytona better gushed coterie, who-e conducted manicuring [ Tba.
flowers, the balmy trade winds our money and showed us out the gates' were I noble and often H '. charming treat. It was begun by I I and chiropodist went to (bland and ate a il p
with a 1'urkiuM.n in every bKk. st'l ar.ril ring achievements inspired Mrs. rooms on Yolusia: giving bird and a('(>ornpanua!
from the Indian islands blend in one 1 Death has claimed its shining marks. I 11. \V. Tost and finished under the last 1I
I And ('01. C. II. Spencer, the noblest this brief, desultory running sketch), I ,I avenue winter. with Mr. Wri llt'4 -
It.! great soul-pleasing harmony these and ,; Their voice is stilled, s e miss their prea1 ; II | direttiwn cf her daughter, Mrs. Ada Wil- j patents.II.

i : I I I many other attractions not to be reMated !1 ence and lament the ir loss. It must 1 l.e lioman of them all. With his passing I A commanding figure was: the le: ,'. C. "i iI pans Towers. ,I Messrs. I). E. Austin and Jackasaril
I I a conspicuous landmark is Thisis \V. Arnold; of unusual H. J. J W. rufTord.I of
!fl:1:j gone I height, and of
male this the mecca of theYankee a source of great joy to those n< area to j ji The Coloniiitdes.: distinguished for ; Schultz and their families ;
why. the wiiter the Colonel l striking he en route ] accompanied bv his! friend
thought
iti I the rendezvous of the appearance: was one of the lookand ,.-, h.. I
: ; oldRebel i i our departed friends to realize the rich sin doubled its ca- to St. Augustine in hoiiselxi.it
I 1 a in.
osscssed of lIIt'n-1 few Owen, MKinl< the!
> who
very
tr'! | extraordinarily large men could ride bieycle'
the sanitarium of the a and Messrs
paiity Johnson
( ailing-in I legacy they leave in au un"ulti\IlIarue 1 and (:Iravare tow of a launch Tb1''
,!, I I tal calibre, of astute discrimination, a without a omproniisc of his ': stopped at thin stopjieel over at tins place
fart of I dignity, I
constant
II j source delight for and in well spent lives.: Their achicwementa i, piojttliug iiitprovementd which will place for time '
a
II j giant oak us it were towering above the and he delighted in this Thanksgiving Kivingelay. The I"-at a
t healthful 11.1).1 "
0 from where. mo. make it -4. t'f f -
{j everybody ever) j live, and this and future genera-j i decidedly popular. The from i
party were Jensen.
saplings at its feet: the writer twelve diversion. He was every vvav .':\t"mI1.11try The Clarendon cabin launch thirty feet in *
Put it lions share the benefits of their labors. has enlarged I
lOU ever stop to not e what till it is fiv4v
. I inters ago assumed editorial charge of consistent and l critically careful. and! the gentleme-n; are on a t
III I I marked changes in people, in business, ) As editor J. M. Jolley stood quite| The now by odds the largest iu the Daytona A. C. Kirehner, for some time in the w7btrikrs
the ( writer Miami iouth
Daily Daj toman. Meeting the Colonel called farther as
one day at the or
: ij I : in the appearance of things in general I above: the average; he had a dear con-j; rectory' district and ranks! in every desirable charge) of the telephone line here "
I and asked i iway
for
i j on the street after the initial 1 a program of his 1 hank them
: occur in the brief space of five year*? ception of the duties and r,t-|ousibiilies! 'Ii ap- with the great hostelries e>f the has gone to Indianapolis, Iud l.
: "' t Tbe marled i of the position and kept his |*arance I was cordially greeted ith flung exercises. lie nplifdYou 'Im..an State. where he has o//
changes in fade
1 our own families aper upon | "' I accepted the position ; Seth Ilffil. the 1t!j
I Your paper: is: lever, out of the ordinary Thanksgiving i 'St'n kf's. TIlt"wrnItion
, have come imperceptibly, [perhaps| the | a high plane lie wrote gracefully, tiujently I The transition arrows the river-Seabreeze of district inspector for the mewl ;i ,Shear, arrived l fr-m Asbury j
I t ; I transition, owing to daily association, lucidly and with a purity and fin-!I ; am for you, young man. He "was accepted: and program of and Daytona Beach-u as 'care Telephone and! Telegrapk Co. Xew Jeraey I.est week and ITHj
: proved that he meant it,and this :;con ices published. i(
1 is j '
1 lit.: : not being noted, but to the one absent a iah of diction that marked tie roan of why "I I marked as iu Daytona proper. Thereas i I >end the ;,illh.r wiih hissoa.a
we treasure his
" .; for a half decade very decided change : ability and character las jags| was I C. memory.Col. .\ great favorite with church goers : here Lave new streets been opened I Cieo. C. IJolles! of Miami, visited'!''i I seven him-e Mr Shear '

j is observed; a more generous sprinkle of j clean and wholesome, never lIbb'ure'i courtly Southerner C. 1'ost had of anti-bellurn the bearing of a. I and. M.citizens generally was the !late: JfC. : \". ,up, granitoid |>a\emeuts laid, artistic with his grandmother, Mr. Julia 1 II.: :,' bern i but years his" f friends will note) Bf|" ,

II IIj' !l', gray hairs, a maturer voice, a more dig- lurid or reckless. Many llor ",\ editors !: pressure of urgent business days.The demands mentally Bingham A stalwart character 'I l"Oltagc."IIJuilt, lawns: made and studded Holies, Friday of last week. Mr. f 11 change in hint. beyond the fact ;:J ,

iII I rafted bearing characterize numbers might take pattern with profit to physically and morally, he' with shrubbery and made velvety with Belles is a prominent attorney ofI j ]he has had the misfortune to ,a J
were never so insistent as toma1.e has left l :
I : whom I shall not mention by name, :selves and to their (' them-I him abrupt, and few I' a lasting imprint of his trOjg' !grasses, and brigttt with flower It is 1 1i the Magic City and wad recently !! ]lass hearing. :

;l I!1. I men and women of middle life, good yet I postmaster he served his the yet men in personality. It is |11oA} iog a light;! tribute story of magic! growth, kJlt'teith'l' elected supervisor of registration for L

,. ;i for many years of usefulness A few, I business"like say observing duty strictly ) tune Day tons diverse district ever drove at one I! to say that Daytona. and Yolusi.i county i i interest to those who come and and Dade county. J. G. Gardner, of lake Bitwho
business gi
'I'I 1 beginning to show the weight of years, and painstakingly. He was a fugal more which schemes, en-'' are vastly be tte-r for hU haw :ng II'.....1 i note vicissitudes.V. i some time since, urehasrd.h'"

; 1 l>Ionian and contributed terprL-es pushed to successful and wrought here. Tine-wood u hallowed l. Duncan MclX.ugal. .-
are slowing down. The romping girl of in large representing: Jesse Howe: rro ,erty on ftidge .
i..suet'ft.
: the I |
establishing
us firmly
J twelve with frocks at knees and flowing measuie to the present beauty, standingand the rock of success. Helen Wilm&ns'upon by holding his earthly ashes in \ H. MCoy received a three- Louis Peters C hoe Coin pall)', St. :ivenue, holly Hill waslatksonville m arnai!

I ; curls has metamorphosed; curls gone up worth of our city, and his loss is I'ost repo c. i lorbe power tray engine lost has! l been in the city taking ] last Wednesday
a woman of unusual mental week
attainments Others orders .
I and frocks down, has passed the w horn we did not knowe' 'ur 1 iu ( for his firm Mr. ..
: gone 1 1a -pt use the little McDougal his bnwbllowing
felt.It I attainments which by boat in uiih: r't't fused ht-ie u a I' h
I I I debutante milestone, not Annabelle and was a pleasure to know I). A. BhlI I natural reitatiun, wu likewise gave rJI the sight foreign are missing, safely anchored on I le travels' between this place and always t to his visits looks forward with pleasure f day Mr Gardnern<<: *:
aJ.onTuminc .
I II from this 1 us: home at [Holly Hill. 1II has friends.to Daytona, where he noelelwl and made much iu P'Owent
may
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). No. 28 QOel Bnrywllen. R.acllu All Clu.u Daytona, Florida, Saturday. December 5, 1908. Bat A T.rtUlnt Media !. D.ytxi. tad Vicinity Price 5 Cents

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n'TECT W. B. TALLEYFY nusu COUNTY'S GETTING ITEMS ON ELKINS MARRIAGE MYSTERY. -- I I


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IN TOWN WITH PLANS. kkk aM ., ..". .... a I

Her Trucking Field I
Interests / II I ;
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Crops Stock Fruits and
yes Give Out affairs "competition is the life of trade," j I
and in a multiplicity of plans and suggestions Nuts To Be Developed. I I II /
the trustees will be able to close I W. F. Ilt'linos made a business / -T
Statement. with profit.At It is believed that its citrus\ fruit crops :: trip to Titusville Wednesday.cRluxle .
[ will bring about S3;:;,OOJ into circulation :
a meeting of the Trustees of the in Volusia county this year. That Island Red eggs' for hatching K

-' December ,25, the Daytona Public School-held Wednesday is one of the wa>s in which Florida $ l.fiO) for l fiat Bottling Works. t
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By
night the
following motion was grows richer annuallyTimt'S.niun..
iet to Meet d Con" unanimously adopted: Chen you stop to think of the restricted MessM. F\iot, Adler and demons j .

The Trustees will meet on Wednesdey, acreage set to fruits it is worth wore at the Inlet Tuesday doing a
Plans.Tng.y :
Architec December 23, 1908-for the purpose of contemplating the wonderful po -ihili- little angling turn. --r''

receiving and considering any plans and ties of citrus fruit growing in Volusia. F. C. rKI 'I1itun. passenger agentof
prominent Jackson- specifications for the proposed new The atmosphere and the soil are here the Atlantic Coast Line Railway ill

." et and draughtsman was in school buildingwhlch anyone may desireto locked up ready to be drawn ujwn. The was in the city Wednesday.
Ijfednesday with plans and submit, in competition with the tentative key has not been thrown away and the 1Ii
for the proposed new plans now under consideration." combination is dead easy. ""F,>R RENT: -Furnished collage i

j building.iTtlley. Not only are there immense posMbiliities = / Dr. P. R. Ilennett. tfW.
has distributed about in the citrus fruit line but soil an / it
II. of
Close Call For The Wright has a force
monuments to his ability Troy. climate
ay favor the production of fil<| twelve men engaged in tinting: theJ. ; t
taste in school and other What might -have been a disastrousfire crops, such as corn,oats, caw potato-!* N. Gamble house, Daytoiia Beach ,
pjboth pubic and p'ivate. was averted Wednesday night by cow peas, velvet beans, cas.ava pea m

signed the school buildings at the timely arrival of Mrs. Troy, of the nuts, Bermuda grass, the An automobile was recvived at f.

1,7 KL immee, lakeland andRe Troy House. A large lamp of the guava, peaches persimmons dPlighHUI. the railroad depot here Tuesday /1/4 *11'!
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designed the handsome Trust's own make, built to drink oil asa berries pecans, not to enumerate at morning for II. 11. liarnrs of Port G 1 .

,_ I in DeLand. fioh drinks water, alone in a room had greater length many similar good and I Orange. 0 G

lAReidy have ready sub- surreptitiously run up a great flame andwa. marketable things. I .Ii>hn Sab.i opened his Oriental JC 4Vooe
*their plan, and it U now up to .. smoking! and threatening an explosion And as for vegetables, Daytona citizens -i ba/.aar TueMlay, in the palmetto C.
committee to make the dejtnA when grabbed and extinguished. are every day demonstrating tin I O pi 1'Ai
building on Magnolia avenue, -
profitableness of their growth. Now of the postoffire.1'rof. w'S'1 tg,. lb d

b DtiteJ! to the best going that frigid blasts are roaring in the fjI
Itik hoped a structure along the Wild ducks are learning the protection Northland it ia an opportune time to invite F. E. Sheppard was a member t

approved lines may soon stand a afforded by keeping within home seekers.R. of a pleasant party aboard the s:'
at of her enterprise and worth the city limits and may be seen launch Eleanor on a trip to the inlet 4be .
bobbing; on the waves close in shore Wednesday.Father. t
M. of Dd.anll
: this time but the two firms Iloiid was a
tinned have submitted planstlidfeations Daytona visitor Wt>llnt ,by. .!. F. Ol oyle left Turs

but as three weeks W. B D. Barnes his mother, Mrs. day afternoon for points on the In- I I .
emaln others may make bids, at M. F. Thomas and her mother Mrs Contractor Ilradshaw, is remodeling dian river expecting to return

public so hopes. In the con- DeBow, of Asbury Park, N. J., are. the front of the adas fruit storeon within a few days.F I
I of handsome public buildings guests of The Morgan. Mr. Barnesis Beach street. The store room
'U RENT: : -Furnished. on
loan in the everyday business assisting R. L. Smith. I will be extended to the pavement. cottage Fr
Ridgewood, reasonable: rent by year. I
Enquire Mrs. Brower, southeast

corner Loomis and Palmetto.T. .

(\ Thompson of Chicago, arrived -
dUE BUSH and SAFFORD CO. Monday. Mr. Thompson is a

personal friend 1 of ('apt. U k'o..1.!

Lowe, well known hen : rc ,
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,' Train No. 9U I carrie l two extra:
hleept-rs from Jacksonville' down to McCutchton in Chicago Tribune.
r PIANO CONTEST Knights Key Tuesday to accoinino- d
late the heavy travel of tourists lr. Houghton, dentist, west end eTurkey dinner every Sunday at
I South Bridge Peck block, phone 3:? The Howard. tf NOW' COME ON j

. ... W. I, Diggett has returned from
" his summeracation spent in England The northern blizard ought to Bernard H. Kellar came up from ,

:which two residents of Daytona and vicinity will be award and I resumed his iwsitidii as bring down a plentiful supply of Miami Wednesday morning. I t '
wild ducks. EVERYBODY
!'oo.kf't'lx'r! in the Merchants H.ink. :.. U.f.
> s Attorney Bennett[ Dec ; ,

|: two beautiful Howard Pianos furnished by the Rush & ('. II. Ifelme and sister Miss! N Prof. A. 0. Bolts, county superintendent Land, was in the city Wednesdayand

W. Helme, of Oswego' ill, returnedto : of public instruction, wasover left that night for New Smyrna.

Daytona Saturday to spend the from Del..and Wednesday visiting GET BUSY.Summer's
of the I ,
jijord Piano Compano of Miami sole representatives Miss Anna Mabbette is confinedto .
winter as usual in their cottage on Kingston, Holly Hill and other
I her home South Palmetto
on avenue -
r" North I loach s-rec-t schools.
The contest to be conducted on behalf of by ivy poisoning.
Howard Co.
)8. Past, 'Lection's Over,
b Fred
Bruhacher made nice I
... MrsvW.. M. M'Ktre's mother, Mrs a L. L. Wallace of Waldoboro, Me.,
Cook of Baltimore, arrived recently hhipment of peppers to the New Panic's It's Time For I
Gazette News I more recently of Jacksonville, i is Over aLong
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The -
Daytona
lie Bush & Safford Company by from :St." Ixiuis and will Rjx'nd the York market Wednesday. He hasheen'shipping member of The Daily News force
this for the Strong Pull I
winter with Mr. and Mrs. Moore, on vegetable for the .
j lid The Daytona Daily News. Ridgemxxl) avenue. jia-st two weeks.E. season.Messrs. !
Hilyard & Holroyd are
AND RESETS mi[ nun.
Goshen
An ordinary house cat belongingto ( B. Noble and family [laying an eight foot cement walk
I A. K. Hmkaw. of Faln'iewaw- I ml., are located for the season in 1: built from the street to the entranceof

nee, a few clays since, attacked and one of the bach cottages on Bay the The Prince George. The time is opportune, ripe now for
I .lait'1.E'nsnat.E' street. Mr. Noble, who is a hotel
killed a four-foot-long
$2450.00 ) shake his
everybody to olf lethargy and
f. I by severing its spinal ('()fI1. man, is in Daytona for rest and recreation. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wells arrived get dow to solid business. The tourists
Wednesday) from St Joj,
in force and all ia not. in
Mr. and Mrs. Winn Rodgers, Mrs.I : Mich., and are established) for the I are coming
F. M. Davidson and Mrs. Ilrower The Norman S. Dayton Real Estate winter in their Magnolia avenue : readiness.
to the or and children left Wednesday morn- Agency has rented) Mrs. Katherine Lome. I Look about you and see what can be
k will be given person
| $400 R. S. Howard Piano ing, aboard Mr. Rodgers 1 launch. Millar's cottage on South done to improve beautify and make
W. W. Wilder is greatly improving attractive to the visitor the things
for several down the l Ridgewood: avenue to Asa Paine, you
I days trip
frganization residing in the City of Daytona who receives the river.a who will save it for friends, whomhe his place at the south section of control. What about those broken
expects later. the city by laying a cement sidewalk palmetto funs which have fallen in your

Miss Elizabeth Weinrich Mas- along his frontage on Palmettoand yard, those; Lunches of Spanish nines

highest number of votes. salon. Ohio, and Miss Alliene Edwards John Young and family who occupied Live Oak avenues. lying in a clump near your front entrance n

in Volfsia .. of Atlanta. fa.! are recent arrivals -I one of Mrs. Pellicier's Ridge- *Up.to-date moulding for those scraps of paper which
And one $400 R. S. Howard Piano to the person in the eity. They will assist I wood houses last winter have rentedDr. decoration at Barnes Novelty Store.D. room. have ben dropped on your park age
Mrs. S. M. Ryan: as trimmers in her P. U. Bennett's cottage north of and so on through the list.
who receives the highest vote millinery business. I St. Mary's church on Hidgewood II. Bennett has returned from It !a activity that brings happiness,
County outside of Daytona I that the hour .
I I avenue, for the season. Boston where he visited with his I work wings quickrn
I The annual memorial services ol the heart beat and makes you self-
will be brother Sim. The latter is telegraph
a
additional prizes Win. Watson, Thos. Fowler and
In addition to the two pianos the Order of the Ea"ternIar:: were respecting. and satisfied; inactivity
the
by
\\ 11. Parker, of lakeside, and R. operator employed
held in Masonic Hall Sunday:\ afternoon I Postal i i brings sluggi.thnehS, illness and finally
W. Suvdam:: of Napoleon, Ohio, area Telegraph Company.
at .",:oO oYlork 1".1.1\1' Oak I death. Work strengthens the mind swell
e|to contestants as follows: Chapter No. 1. O E. s..'1:1": .. D. 11. bunch of Buckeyes located in the sNunnallys Candies-nice and as the body, tunes the. voice,

'- '; Bills for $100 each I Rutter. pastor '>f the Fiat M. 1cJlnrl'lloffil.iating. -:. Ellenwood rooming house on Volnsia fresh. Ih\Kl\d, The Druggist. brightens the eye quickens the pulse
U e Bills for $200 each 2 Due avenue.. They arri\.E'tllllst week. and buoys the soul.
,e_ i Misn Lily Purdy arrived from In doing; more one is more etjmnd.intu .-
2 Due Bills for $ 75 each Frank R Cullcnsof! Grand: Rapids, .\ new line! of dressing sacks and New York Wednesday night and last larger, happier life, and is rewardedin
:4Due Bills for $175 each kimonas just received at the ladies'Furnishing week and will ) the winter I i
Mich., was one of the crowd from spend proportion. to the effort Work is the
Bills for $ 50 each the north coming in Monday( after Store. with her mother and sister at Tile'I antithesis i of death, and since it is: universally -

e2 Due Bills for $150'each 2 Due noon. Mr. rullt'n'lao has previ- I James Rii Wednesday reocciipied Seville on South street. I I II ; conceded that activity and
a onslr l IJt"t'n employed in the Daytona: dccth fur oilwrs are the concomitants -
gad
for $ 25 each I with his livery, his old quarters between J. G. Gan'iner, of this and
Due Dills I : city
2 assist Mr.
each Bicycle I.h'prwill again of health and happiness why not
Second and Third ,
i2
Due Bills for $125 avenues Miss E. Florence Jones' of Baltimore -
Thomson this winter. vacated some time since by C. E. 'I brighten up and )brace up for thin glad
married in Jacksonville, :
It. 31 were '
';CONTEST COMMENCED DEC. 1 and CLOSES MARCH I I Dr. E. I*. Stewart has a magnificent 'Johnston. Mr. nix will also retain I I I November 25th, by Rev. Dr I Hoggs, ;,'hca.snn scuwl opening] shake so off aut-picioudyT that grouch, forget Uropthat
the Florida East .
stable
his
near I I
I of the First hunch.I .
X ray photograph. of the human Presbyterian ( \| your nerves, cultivate your rrvibles! and
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to GetVOTES : hand: 1 made with his in..tru- j I Coast Railway depot. I II I Bowden Lithia Water tone down your vocal cords.
II
I flow and Where i ment. Two hints are pictured, one i tPictures framed) to order atBarnes' I H.IN kiss, The Druggist.i I II I The tourist season of '4y tt\ Ls on, andit
:'c sand Regulations l : lof a nine and I t the other of a sixteen Novelty Store. New mould) I I rest t largely: with U.iyt..niaos what

I year old chill.. The didfereneeinI ing just receicetl.Ltlttar i The Riverside, on North Beach ,; the season shall bend, what the future
: The following merchants will give oneote for I the. development of the l bone at the ; street, which has been conducted! asa hall be. A brn.ul, open. warm, smiling
;;. living m finer joints" i is distinctly marked. FOR SUE-My r time i is so house ) and ,
.1. The contest ia open to anyone cent Ialll Inlo their establishmiemitfor : : i rooming only, was openedWednesday policy with) e\erytlnng spick span
J'UI, ;"" County, who is known by the conductors every which they llanJlt' I j time fully occupied with my H and bus- : as a boarding,: house and kept that way, will "in. Fiat imprew -
fPprp"'nfinc
= reputable goals l Russell: Clapp. mess that I desire to soil my liverybu..int. i under management of Mrs. K.1..J.I >ioii4 are the lasting ones; nee to it
... the contest, or vouched 1 I for by some Johnson Publishing. ('o.. of Rich: Seabreeze. The business .
: COMPANY Dryjfoods.il >Si at Wilson and Geo. Walton, Jr. that strangers/ arc favorably impressed.Kniin
to them well known. PIiCK-HINDRICKS i mond. Ya is in the city Greeting consists of what i is known as I
CLARK, Jewelry and Stationery. i friends Mr. Clapp !spent 1.1"tI :See the ;j and 10 cent bargain
relative of the (il (). H. i the "Haigh( Stable. Address W.
: No attachee or I NovuiIT .i, I'"*, to April IS, lye"
employee, LYMAN. Groceries. winter here and at Seabree'/e.) icingin :; C. Cannons! Detail Fla. :'.i-tf I counter at BarntV Novelty Store.
O.
eligible I __ ___
:prwtore of the above named firms are COMPANY.HANKINS. | the employ of the Halifax Printing i

,, participate in this contest; and) will participate THE GAZETTE-NEWS : House( and the Peninsula Pub FOR S\i E-Three show c:1st'8md: Dr. Adams, a colored physician of ;i Aftffpltltt..i I'.". 1f"1fL LaCHllvALll1l

i_ The Drugist. i lulling Co.. at different periods; dur one 11-foot counter at Barnesov Key West, is thinking seriou-ly of .'aYao "r.np.i.rw, Jrnr). ::'
.DO manner. R. H. MCDONALD, Meats. i lug! thattime. elty Store. building a sanitarium in )Daytona
2. In the event of a misunderstanding) be- D. AULTMAN, Gents' Furnishings. for colored people. Dr, Adams formerly -- -- -t
: candidates others ?interested) in this con- M hlURR15 HARDWARE COMPANY. (| Vet Cave proprietor of the cigai: r A. A. Bunnell was the guest' of practiced in Daytona and, has:

;)0 or to the con- l1RUBCR- [ factory onOTt h 1 teach street.. Mr. and Mrs. II. T. McClellan, North : property interests here. The Morgan
referred CO., Furniture. ,
.Wch be & MALEY
controversy may BINUHAM dropped a five-dollar bill somewhere Ridgewood avenue, from Thursday t
Of the contest, who alone are the persona i between L'man.crl'f'n until Saturday of last week. Mr. Charles Walter, who with his '
PAI.MKTTO: ANI
J to render decisiona. Votes May\ be Cast store and the pests.flice. He dig- Bunnell was en route to his home wife has spent many winters herat e rnRNKIt 1ul.tNA:: AKNfKM.DAYTONA.: 1
-- : withWhere rovf'rl"J' 1 his loss on reaching th? at Miami from New York where he the Halifax House, will probably( ,
It In the candidate decides to summoned arrhe the end of this week fr<>m ii
event a 'latter place and on retracing Iii* had been to appear as awitness
candidate will nllt be loses will be placed in the houses represented : in his home at Great Kills, Staten FLA. :
from the race, such Ballot ...tt'p3S s > fortunate: as to find tin[> for tile government a I
: Ktotransfer votes to the credit of another in this contest bill lodged at the edge of the silt'\ \ '- peonage case being tried in the, Island, N. Y. Mrs Walter will not ir i
I II. M. MANWII.LKH.: 1MIOPKIETOKiii
:X_&_ in I. I I walk in front of "Our Store." United States court. come south for the present j
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i THE DAYTONA GAZETTENEWSPUBLISHED I I "HE PLAYED IN SATURDAY'S GAME! -1

EVERY SATURDAY CLEVELAND GRAYS !

T. E. FITZOEt )LD, Editor

i 1 ikI S OW APPRECIATION-j

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY I d'' ;

( INCORPORATED ) ; IL I '

: J < Of The Welcome .
; Vigorous GOOD 1
I Entered. at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second} Class Matter.<< TIME

i I ExtendedThem

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 1 1 1a
fOR YOU TOSUBSCRIBE.
One one r___ ..__.._____...._ !1.iO Automobile Club and 1
Oao copy six month ye __. ----..-..-?--..........?...... .... ;;:> by by
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t One copy copy three months .___________"_.........____. -.. .40 Daytonians When Here

Last March.
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SATURDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1908 .

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f The Florida East Coast Automobile
IN INTERESTING BUDGET T I I Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ross: and r Association is in receipt of an tiquisit SOO..Coupons Oo With Every Subscription -
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Zimmerman, of < Ij engraved acknowledgment of the

1. .I.IItlt I Bowling Green, Ohio, attired Thursday a many courtesies extended I he Cle\' "eland'Irays To Daily or WeeklyTill
FROM PRETTY PORT NUNL and temporarily at The Ga I
are ( last winter, while guests of this The 12th.
bles. Both families have bet:n visiting city. I
< I'I Daytona for the past the sea-
a It will be recalled the Cleveland ,
What the Citizens and Visitors sons. They expect .to go to housekeeping Grays, a crack military organization of, HAKE USE OF THIS HI A lEAD

I as soon as they find suitable the beautiful City of Parks, after tour '
Are Doing and Are Going I ing the South and the Island of Cuba
locations. Uoiishey in Cleveland Plain Dealer Commencing Saturday
a. m., Dec
To Do. I upon invitation of Maior. A. B_ Foster._ __ _, 5,
r : n / and ending Saturday p. m.. Dee. 1%. the
I
a former commander of the Grays
PORT ORANGE Dec. 2.:-J. B. ..........................,..1,................................................. Reading In Bed. dropped in here and to their surprisefound 'i Daily New the Gazette-Xewa trip j
Cur, who baa been visiting near Hastings oIwd /gins under eighteen" give 500 coupons in the piano contest
returned home should tie strictly forbidden to rend In the prettiest city met with in the 1 for every Fubscription received for
i Las either
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PALMETTO CLUB HOLDS FIRST SESSION big cin le they swung. '
Mr and Mrs. Clark arrived from Indiana bed, says the Ijincet. on the authority In I| paper 1000 coupons for sueh as renew
appreciation of the courtesies
of l IV Htitfo F"II.'hl'nfcld of Derlln. 'i for weekly and subscribe
; last week and have rented one of I for daily. Thii;
Mr. Baker's houses. I.I. r.r.1.1.1.rCra50l.ror.rerllr.l.1.1.r.............................: who d..htr1 that In the" case of tended them the Florida East Coast Automobile i applies for arrearages as well as renewal*
1 1.I. young IHTSOHS whose ejes are not Association is in receipt of an ,
home and new subscriptions
returned
Capt. Myron Briggs
fullv ,h.\.I..I..l the prattKe Is likely exceptionally handaomengra\','letter,
last week after the i The" interej-t U running high and
spendiu; t-ummer to Induce iiijopl.1hlle ye nil;; |I">o- many
w Ith the card of Capt A. K.: :.SprarLIing.
SK Vi.S8i&
iSiraKHI
? are nnxioiis to know about
Xorth. the
ply run the greatest rt.+k tire I.UK-et: of the" Grays running.
surmounted by
Mr. an I Mr I Iril.MI. amt fifteen thinks, tint rending; In IHI i N undtKir.iMc an cxcjuisi- The first count will tale placejmd the
others arrival I fliur-ila)' nuhi: fur is'rwrua! of any apnn1 rely executed monogram coat of arms first aniiouneiment IfiiHiladTfliMoo-:
r states that **! the of .- '. with the follow!: ind "urr:
Mr. arid Mr (5 l l.uflwrry il ,'ir n case nK < nnxlous. day's i".IIP..r the dailyIt -
and his il worried nnd U-druMcii! i>fo.lf.| Ii To the "Iurlol EMS fu Automobile it 'high line final
lit I Itgrunil?*>ii inir-c, all 1\< other towns lie.
whom It would seem truelty to deny '\'l'ul'lltiun: "11'r, The Cl"-,',.land Gray"
\Tart wnk. side i DutotiitawAe '
to tf| impuruace '
what may iK-rhaps Iso! nh most their ..f (')1.-\<.litinl. Ohio, in hearty nppreeiatimi
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Mr and Irll. Wur.Jty| unit a fri inll.ne i. Hr of liltoptrlrtuuity.. Sine* mly 0IIe"imu
for fear of Indn '
only luxury In.T: Comm arrived and are III liiim-m ll.e! plight error of refrnetleriare should mine to 1).ij tuna a comparalitrly
our i'Hie'r'' and
IxiuVrftil 1 wmli: Inuiiii'ii. last ffir n- t-o taken that the ll'ht: Is nuffltlentlybrll'iTt knieiiiUrrt guests, upon hnailote in another. plaee might rap-
r from :iir I>j\i-. rt !' the ryes U.!5n" shid.d from their Arrival, and the rare hospitalityevrndrd ,. lure ('1," i.f tireS ILO in.t,UIIIMlli
i Bias Milliuru and Mi"* Mnv Mill.urn tI Its ami that the |-itIt-lit lies on bii >' linen during: their visit, tale A slew andid.ile in the rare b the

j i r:rne l.i iii.i an i -Iw lot I lliai.lagm.i"; i a* '0: k a ;.!It I..- 1.1 :r.l i 'Ii-u'tliTs r-K-d"I ills: opportuinty of expressing: the tin First Bijiti-il r.trvtutge; Tin U a
: .. c-e gratitude we f.toward| the r ril''oJ N
did .I- l1i..c.ury fair I and .h'IIn"Y worthy) institution and a haiid-obe

\''''' '. N1..usN-ourtouroffins-te'u I hundrediid |.iin would add! very materially to (tie I

Wee .-,11..1 .". J. \\ Int.ln" ,l we 1. nl.. .1| Syrup fffgs ..i/1I,1 i tliri.ugli' tl.e Soiilli-ru Stoles l nr> i ie-w. 1 hero !i.* III' d.'ny ing the fart

." i..qt liitu |I.,.<\. ,uii.rititeiiiiii-, !: Ion. I r St mil Curm rorxtrrmrly |>li-HN.int thud it 11 I al i'Npirine inn.-i :uld 1 Iilgilv: I to lie

.I.i..! II.' :.r..1 lli. I. ..!!.,... L 'l r : isa ".i'l lonj; r m.in our f:ivonle tt-iniiii---- Hill'n."t of the rfiiirt! 'h mmettt

JI,: I'r. ,,".1.1Ir \\ ..ill'n. "...1 MI-. \e Lit I, ,.(vS -- -
.. .. (" I": . I. .. .i-I r ... ...r. n,iU1.: 1. -..rid 11Mr xir' enema : '
:.. .*, til*'a r,..t.,,,... oil Kh.:.;..,....... aIlllf. ".. ,.w k ar' .: ll.iiitey. I HI-I I 1.i."I1I'aht; C.: H. Ser.uulinp. \ rhot' I n '\III I loin deMr: ati.tIi ]
i Cleanses tnooy-stemEf{fectuuUy.Dispi'Ls "M-c-ufKj I.ieuleiiant ; II. I I' :'\SlitijN' Mr-i U ill ( S roe'Pboraluy LiliLt
f # J I II A\ Lilld. 11'ij.ere: : Ju'tl.-: ('. : -- --. .
Mr. and >Jlrs StlirMilir, and till .. Cot andneau- :: ':11-
IE: lf Tit:. f'L!'crruLlB: s milk--."
grandson armed Saturday I 1 ___ ;: After tlu Standard
W. C. Howes has opened hit real The (.l.-nunts, did not sink |>iu|.iriously IUo..i: \in -.ul .. i ,.,i.., The parr( It.e .Ihtersofthc lub were the Jio-t- tip l's duo to Constipation; Mrs.( John I .... I'res fj
H Ferris. for si ,U> 1"I'nll. J
estate office. upon the ladies of the Palmetto (,, u.ijnpl.'to with lI.t'rl'-tlll;; nfcitncctn e,,.-*:?!' of the day and after the least uf Acts naturally, acts rruJos r. Illl.LAS IPX. Dec -I.AnDOUDtfi .
Club for their opening!: meeting of tL<' tin' problim-di-tUj..t-d at the lk.toup.itlicnnu intellectual pabulum the phj-ical wa< Laxativc. J Mrs. S. M Up!lolO, and leer rui'l: l '!I -
Mr. Hyden bought the Spauldingplaco n i| inUIt .r full plans of John W. Gate
season 190v9. An uncomfortably and t<> hear In'r pair w a* looked after tea and wafers bung: servedThe son, Hanfonl Fate. and sister.in-
At Blake, and has moved into it. : Best and [ ,i Company organized to fight the Standard -
strong wind, attended by slats of rain the next last thing to having attended'in ,I, r.JIioers of the club, hostess for the torMen\\ men t Kilo* :I l law, Mrs. Charles M Ferris and a ;, in Texas, u expected shortly U I
at intervals demanded that the ladies the meeting of the general' I Old. I I
|person ; occasion, ren-Vbungana1 ,
were: / friend Miss! -Icanio Ilovt, all of f re iilt of A eonfirenro here between
t get out their wraps, and otherwise: fur- ; federation | Mrs. Dt-Canti lion Stillman President 'fu its
LITTLE CHIT-CHAT ; get geneaicialEffects South Norwalk (' President Cullinaii and VicePmkleDt.Sthl
arrived
lily themahesagainst adverse weather: A well prrpan-d along the lines 5,1111., on '
paper Mrs. I'oniaine Miller Vie1 1
DowmVs.yist New
Genuine : et.of with local
the which York
conditions. !' of Miss Putters by Mrs. Weaver, Ahvays! buy, Thursday and are located in one of piniul
i paper .
President Mrs. Elizabeth Hu
; 'y..r "Uionvrs.. Mr Si hlart) !WI
FROM HOLLY HILL.K Once gathered in their club rowan no wlio LI .ib-rnt this winter was next1! ton 2nd Vice President; Mrs. May me has lhe full l name of the (Com; tIle C. Nash ottages on Volmia! av fur New York :<"., look after today floating .

dampening of their ardor wa: observable. :: re.id. Its reading cOllunmdl'tl'rapt Smaller Smith. Recording Secretary'j ; erica, for the winter. I bJ:1J, ii-i1l::.
K It The president, Mrs. Howard 1'.I, attention, and dinted praise for its i Mrs. Agnes M. Seaman; CorrtjxindingSecretary paCALIFORNIA I I

The Two*Chums Makes a Successful Stillman opened| the meting inn cherry'' -.. Miss Brown favored the dub ,j' ; Mrs Dora Dayton, Financial l / 10//0/08i01fa/ >

and animated style which was contagious i- with a second |pianodo.. I IMr Secretary; Mr Ida A, Peck, Treasurer,
Cruise Down Indian and soon all were at their! .' *. <<<;!.<>. F. Smith followol with a i :Miss Ik'b.iic IX: Rowe: Auditor. bJ"Es: SYRUP Co.
The president's opening address.i! : I..IH'r :giving notes on the tate meeting monulocturedprinted i on the r L'M MM
River.-Some Personals. The social committee were: front of rery pockne. I THE STANDARD OIL
timely"and well recehed. I'!: of the I F..I'rllti1I of Woman's Clubs. SOLD PALL LEADING I DRUGGISTA

HOLLY HILL Dec. 2.-Mr. and Miss Jessie Brown came neat with :" This, like the preiethng papers, was a Mesdames Ixiui-e Marl.iren C. B P. one size only! regular price SOt,.*boltl. .
Mrs. Mabbette spent Saturday and Sun- piano solo which enlivened the meeting. t- ever produ<'tion and linteil favorable! Cling.; Gertrude W. l sih, Susie M
day at their old home. The president next introduced Miss <-neomiums Merrill, and Harriett W. lilodgelt. --- -- --- --- ----I

}lr. and Mrs. Chaa R. Simonds returned Anuli.t who '.-d '. LOW TIDES the BEACH i v iiaeli.ver without
Totter ser\ the dub as I Mr" ( II. Ilajnor, e\-presid('nt of I luring the summer the Palmetto Club on gasoline

to Jacksonville Sunday.A its third president. Miss: Totter, baying flubMik/ | <. ,mporam-ou-ly pacingtribute riKims h.'c been nnly decorated arid I I

large wildcat and two kittens were attended the Boston meting ur tht"Gent'ral to the high merit of the papers worked over. They were very frrfch and Month b.rd M" liE'. JAN. any charge for delivery at
roaming around here but the old cat Federation of Wotn in"' ((1ul read di-cliriiig that one rarely hat the l Ijeautifully attractive. The memljer 1'I j -- -
was shot The kittens ... 1... ... i:0.i.,. ... ::10.? ... 9:10._ f
Saturday. are at its recent meeting gage a mo-t in- privilege-; li-t" niiiR to so" many |t.in'rs I anticipate| A series of met ting* of both 'I ... 2: ... 8:10... ... 820... ...10:1: ;_ in Sea
still running at large tere tmg paper douching tIp linnet1"-!lt ref 1'U1.h \i"i ption.il ability interest t and profit. ... 3.!!! ... 9:15... ... 9.-.'7. ...11 :09._ : any point Daytona,
Mrs. E. G. Merlel entertained at afternoon ... -I..10:12..10:30.: : .. _11 :53... I
tea on Friday.Mr. ... :.... ...11 :0.-.......11:25... ...12::401._ i breeze Daytona Beach Or
Watt and daughter, from Mas acliii.ttt .. .. -' :' .. I r........l l :lo.( .. ..12:1:I Li .. ... .1:29... I
*. luie Ton \V. tlwsrll'cottage. t+t .. '..I ..('. ;.. ,I, ... 7...|...11.:,....1..1..1.I : ... ... 2:11.:: .. (
rented j C. < ... s...'...12:41: : ...... l : ....... 2'53... I mond l Port
; ( ... 9..1.' .. 1.I.I| .. l-r... .., 3:11.:: ... II i or Orange. Quality
Clia.ellirrtll Mini |pats ",.1.1 in'': $ ; : ;t> I, ...It.1..I .. _. ....'... 2.211...I... 4 :09.! ;tt
the 1x.nrh1aol'6autatoGw : : 11.1.I -.' V,.. I '.:I 1'1 4 -..,._. I .
MM) I. '" .. :; :< :12.J.::: :. : : 3 'IC ..: : and quantity guaranteed.Call t f ;
'lliurad.iv an.l. 1I!1n i..1 I II.I.II'i,ill. '';{ : .....h... ... !i1 r. ,, .1stt :siv.r ::: ... j Ii I
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\1..I..y w.nl : : ).; ;4" ',, .. ; II I (, -1'3.\\ ')0' I i ( Ofiiir Pimm- )T2S
t axsiuand INK.L 'rm-tlat. l.i i;'ici.-u :-11 I '! ; ,. : : .i: I ::::1 .:::(. :: ; ',;,:::I::: ,....::: ;:! ::: i iI' I. \

mullet, in.>K>t i if ttl.Httu.r.' >.il.-! 'I l :.10.. tt. I,; .' ? ; I II ...I ... ... f"'i. ...I... 7.0i... ... .1'2V.. I : Mills rl t iulsl'er ii I
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.; r .,...11Ir. end Mr- lull .... M" u.lrc! .,- ...:21.. ...11 :':!S..L.I I Mo.. ... 1117... I

r, tl.ty wer t.. !I.>a\,> \\nliirMli.% f> 11..1'old .22.M..IJ22211: ,12It.iJt2lsl.: -....'. ..1Xt: .. : i j :I i ( Mnchine (::is nnd: I tihf..icnling Oily.i I .

home at our\\iuttT.i it'is I'alUAincuc Ibiacrd. wtae. :.21..1': i:...' :. 1:211 I : : ::: r: :L : I I

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li.ul.('.J ana Mrs Il.i I l..u )11. \\' .., r. .27. ... 3:10... 3 .V! ii-31..

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Tarter nlitl Mf. I.X.'U-S. (Ions l'.lt t rh OUR FOUR CARDINAL! PRINCIPLCSarnn :
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f Mr-. n.,. Kogns: un.! f"fiul.i:i.l MrF .:: Forenoon ruin! jifurnoon liras are ap-| : j
: IK ,- |ps Mlll.lti I Ij lit the -u+... Inrtir. Autoalile ABSOlUTE 1".1 jt
'|II. 1'orl Or.iiii -atrr Ly c
> ,.11I1..Utlriviu! "1. the( LMUII| two ,
day ttibltetitl" the thank iiT ring lite t after I
sirs IIII: ; tide mid within two
trig of tli., S.'\.:.tic Dty .\.h''IIIi.-I,.. f fI 3 lloUftMif llli.il! Ii..is..
rf Mr. Klitcli sent Sunday with lnfaiuiir. l 'a;Illital $ J IU\IIO( ( ( ( (I '

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; .. Come Surplus! $.?50'('.OO '\
Mr. and Mr Hendil arid r&IIIiIY-\1: I I I and see our
pert to mono shortly into 11 G. llam' II
Stockholders Liability, $lKtlXi( ) ()
: house, which is being! repaired and ] I

' ;- painted ready for them. '' SEABREEZE I stock of Actual security to dfpositor.s :$4fOUJ; ( ) t
HIGH SCHOOL ) )
; \V. II Heath took a party to Ponce The Latest Candidate in the Piano Contest. Ii I II I

.G Park the launch Eleanor W | i 1
NOTE:-This Hank is Number One the "Honor Rolf of
Ll.N.l Attorne\ Cary I). Landis. of Ie- One chance on
ticket
on large doll)1 I f
Lauds is i in the uty ( and shouting gallery, for !boy, displayed 1 Comforts BlanketsPillows National Banks in Florida and Xn. 1ST in the wbol)

mond delighted tie in HcFadden'b window Tnited States 1 National!
Ljnnrille audience Mr. with I among over hixly' eight hundred i
awl Mrs
II. I. I Baker, of ilk<
{ last
i night. We had them I every purchase. I nan .
lakeside, Ohio and Mrs. L.S. Peck I II .
1 t two years ago and asled for their ,.
l return this year. They are even of llemstead long lalaudatriced, --OriJ! STOKE" keep' their fruit .

'I t. better than they were two years ago. ITEiJ .. in tie city Thursday, and are guests and green vegetable free from eon andMattresses. CONSERVATISMProven ...
of The
,; Their show is high class in every Glenn, on North each I lamination of street dust and dog.

particular." street. I Did you ever think of that? Ly our success and our reputation

r This entertainment is the first I Robert Jailing, chef of the DCSpland > I I i, Owing to the bad weather, the A SQUARE
number of pleasant DEALING
I the Daytona Lyceum and crew arrived i meeting of the carious committees party consisting; of f i I ,
course, January :"', 1909.! Thursday i ;, Miss ).rtha: Brown, of this dty. amid l !
: I Mr who is from this city, Port Orange, Holly
Jailing from iJoston, !'Hill and Ormond [ ilins Htlen liurgman and Messrs.1 Ask our patrons.

Two well furnished cottages for held the same position at this popular drainage plan for the in hammock regard to fond the ''Jerome and] her Bur rnan and II II. All Grades. COURTEOUS TREATMENT
I Ilaggett, of &'a'Jl'f' Prices tw
hotel last ez .
win'er ( aiMrnbled> ;
did at
rent six bath hot not take
rooms, and cold place: Thursday night, ''I. ii Mabbett's
water, electric lights, fireplace | as scheduled.: I I'almeltoaxenne,
f J. E. Glass and I 1 :i one Open an account with it
Orange Are., near Ridgewood. daughters! the I i! evening iwcntlv. Right. us and we will) demonstrate

: J. Mai by. Bond Lumber Co. tf R.I Misses Mattie and Josephine} of Our Xmas stock is open for in- "i I *For sale I
cheap,
two firsUlass
I Minneapolis, Minn, arrived Thursday spe('tii,.n.: (lie largest and finest stock automobiles in
goal r Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Alger. of Toledo and are guests of the ivy Lane ever shown Remember: you get avote ; These cars can be resold. in the I NATIONAL BANK,

Ohio are located for the Inn. Mr Glass is a J1f'rsonallriend for every tent's worth of purdla.'s. II spring for the same price thereby Billgham&Maleyco

son in/Mrs. C. E. Ellenwood's sea-I of W E. Blodgett and Asa Paine, of If you don't know about it, I making them a paying proportion ST.

tage on Bay street Ridgewood avenue. stationer n-sk u!\. Ceo II. Clark Jeweler and I for Bouaeone. McCoy Brothers I AUGUSTINE, FLA. t
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( Doings SHERIFF SHERIFf'S SALE.

Daytona Under and by virtue of Nine Execu EVIDENCE ALL THE WAY

Seabreeze tions joined out of the: Circuit Court of TO

Beach Volissiji! County Florida, in tlie oeveralrau. 1 ... ..
IU SELL ....'n therein 'iiemliiitf. wherein The DAYTONA .
'i --- ( News I? I Hntteiiik I'liblisiiinir .
'-I---- I4 Company, Limited WAS
a Corporation is 1'laintiff, and !fROM 01110. 1 1I
,;c f i DAYTONA BEACH. Dec. 4.-Mrs.'BUabeth Moore Brothers Company, a Corporation -

: i w"iht' pretty cottage DRY 60095. i is Defendant and Rutland iar--- ,
cor-
: of Poninsula drive meat Company a Corporation i i" I'lain "
Tier and Harvey SEABREEZE, Dee ".-L. B. Sweet, tiff and Moore BnitlierK Company a LACKING. I

**eet, Jw been moved back from the -- of the Wilson Real Estate Co, has returned -I (Corporation, ij Defendant and The I Daytona Gets a Big 1

Fttciue and new walks are being kid and I Stock of Moore Brothers from a business trip to New I IVck-IIendricks Company a Corporation He Got Even. ]

dIe' Improvements planned for. Company Smyrna.W. ;i m Plaintiff, and Moon lirotherxI :

";.;;' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Beach and their Goes- to Highest Bidderon B. Hatch's automobile was brought I and 1 Company the Livuna a Corporation Novelty Manufacturing in Defendant,: Daytona Beach Minister Arrested | >I Advertisement. .

guests Yr. and Mrs. Vining bad a de- January from the depot Wednesday and safely i Company a Corporation, i is l'laintiff, I on Alleged Charge of Concealing (Copyright 11aM, by American Pre, Association. I I,

ijbtful river trip Wednesday. Mr. 4, 1909. housed in his new garage. Mr. Hatch ,j and Moon Kmthert Company. 8 Cur .) A Quartette of Automobillstf
Ill'
Beach owns a bo't and is planning and family arrive on the 15th. poration. is IMeiidant. alt 1'1.. Aineri-: Stolen Goods.'BOITOH Off Rio de Janeiro a dozen vr more i I
nu.Bxrous j
winter CORPORA I S. I I' can Lady Gurnet Company( a corjioraitfon. tailors were lolling on the forecastle.It .. Speeds the Distance
excursions during the nON "EA VIL Y INVOLVED.In J. Judd whols here from Stam- in "plainlirf.! and Moore Hl'lltlll'l'II'l'olllltaIlY. j in Nine

,. nter. ford. Conn., visiting friends, has gone to 1 a coruu.ratiu.iu| in defendant 'I } FEU DOT OF: CASE. was a sWI clear night and the full! Days.-Weather Ideal.

, ": & P. ubbeli is having his lots on I I Orange Cit for a few days. I II I I and The recL-UeiMlrk-Ls Company mOD al nearly as light n* .lay. '

If Colts street grubbed and underbruhhed todliY's Gazette News I I The new Seabreeze I cori-oration. !i.. plaintiff awl M<>ore I "I seen more light one night." said I
postoffice iselec I j
decided Turner will Sheriff tric j Hrt'tln-r!< Compan.v. u cori"oration. i i.. one with rings In lib ears. That was a hale aad jolly quartette
i. thlchisa improvement to the advertise for sale the entire lighted steam heated well fitted J: defendant unit Tin- 1''', tio..llo Silk CUIU. Thursday Ilev. C. E Parsons, pastor i

''ri ttick *Tub growth. stock of goods of the Moore Brothers ;I with lock boxes and otherwise very I pin.ii (corporation is plaintiff. and I' nf the M. E. church at Daytona Beach,, "Ob, ('om Phlo'l.h..r Ja<-k. IM this I i of boys from the old Buckeye State

i-.:' ;]sdames< Williams. Fuller and Buneer Company a corporation which has been 1 complete in all the requirements of a1 I M,",", Hr..tI..r. t2iiiilae4II'. II l'tIr- was arrested on the al'ge charge of r yarnsr a starter for one o' your spooky I that defended upon Da> tuna Thursday

k:' sport Wednesday at I'ort Orange doing time. business The In Daytona for some I modern postoiHce. The interior has 'i poration; ,and j ioe tiiinpan.i-fetidaiit.l I a foreign and"' corM SclzjSihwab -1 concealing stolen property, and a preliminary "There's some as knows so much," ,I. aflcrjoon. in their big touring car, a

o, nikiDg the trip on a Daytona Beach and stock consists of dry goods, just had a dressing of fresh \'arnih. and j f | >iation, in I'luiiititf ami Mooiv Broth-i I I was held before Justice Kara, the pblo8olber retorted contemptuously huge Stoddard-Dayton. They came J 1 1I

line;. notions. The fixtures and furni. Postmaster Uritton is receiving the congratulations j ers Com i-any, a corporation, is: defendant I at Port Orange Thursday afternoon. "a tell 'em lI.t bin' through in

:': ,J,8. Griffin who is spending )his third I ture too will be advertised. of the new comers on his and Albert !<. Ailberstein: is plaint- ,I F. W. p"r.of Ja.k8n\me. and F. W. What' this jere earth ahllnlu'' tol?I i great shape; averaging over 1j
The judgments pleasant jiff, and I Moon Urotlwrs. Company, a I I IcorNratioii !! Can tell thatr i j a hundred milt| 'wioter at Daytona Beach, has just re- against the corpora- quarters. I| | i.s d-fetnlant. I have rope. ., this: city, assisted with the y me making

'''f'- >'cdied his patent for an orange gatherer tion amount to about $3.500 but the R>ad men and teams are at woik I|' levied; upon and will nell at pnblkout I I prosecution while Landis & Fish, of There wa* a silence dcnotim that 1 long stops.* Of course the boys did 1

wbteb looks simple enough aftei they total! liabilities of thecorportion are estimated shelling Pioewood avenue north to cry in tlie south room on tlie lower floor D. represented Mr. Parsons. the queUo was above the audience. I some pretty good speeding at intervals Ito

fellow has thought it at 7000. versity boulevard. 1 he l'lIi-1 of the AtuiNtd' bnil.Iinir. in I Iiavtona.oll. ) I There evidence Pbloopber Jack continued:
ether out. A was no
big
pair' ._ lighters .. incriminating: ', cover the ground. f
While .J. u i.-l I'onntiKl..ii.l.i. nn tl.. fi..1 I "Il spin & jam a II a jam an'If
..Jiciippers:: i is attached to a long the sheriff's sale is advertised uumpmg shell, wnile' drivers uith their I : the reverend and he l
.. polev : ----- Monday ill January A.: I).. I'.tO'.i.: being; | gentt"man. was I f can upll I when I Cit through I I They report as had a delightful -
ior having
. :joa adjust toe pole pull the string and janaury 4, it i is doubtful whether mule teams are pacing bark and forth I i tlie4thditv. of .ai.1 l month ilurinir the ,I j', 'discharged. I'll turn j' over my groJ an' dul for trip through the beautiful BlueGrass

-: -5.. the foMen fruit drops into a long fishnet the sale will take place, as proceedings on the narrow gua e railroad giving .lu'git hour* of siit I... to tile highest! and j I Mr. Parsons bought a house in the i tbe rest o' the (' d'I't know
. will probably be Glenview dock licst biililer. for cash tl.- following dewi[ nortlwrn what region of Kentucky and among
taken tbe
bafattached thereto. It looks quite by the unsecured and boulevard Iuite a I i part of Seabreeze some time i eartu's han In on to. an 7'don't the
t.til..II..t UlIiI rucgcd and
of Cumberland
.ai.lll..f..II.I. picturesqe
for the creditors to throw the business business like appearance. Thirteen hundred I property i ,ago, the house being vacant. know wbat becomes of u" whenwe
practicable purpose. into '; ant t<>-\\ it: All of thr stock of giMxNi and Blue Ridge mountains of eastern
? Anew front porch ha Just been corn bankruptcy. feet of shell has already been laid| and fixtniv.i known and lieloiiKintf/ to'i 'I I seems from what can b learned, 'go aloft. Kentucky and Tennessee

-;&j4tedst' I the TcnEyck cottage l'eniniIuIdiive. and the street will be finished next week i j tl... Moore UrotliersCoinpaiiy.aeorNra-| that a crowd of young pilfers have been tbe"Tbe cap'n o' the Clara Keep was I by the made more so
I tion. nnd are located in worst tyrant that eicr a pleasant weather encountered 4
The now the said ;
Matanzas. fruit ; i making this house wII1I'
a headquarters.
host is
mm is TO the passed up j south room, oil tlie lower floor of tic \ I I quarter deck. We was In lU-rin sea The trip was made in easy stages,
-" )lr and Mrs. W. B. Reed arrived' yes IIAYEMACllI Halifax river Vedrtccday night wel AtniHHl I building; in HUtona.I) Volnsi.-i IpreMimed i that the gang has been doing: for seals an' not eettiii* any ThU I the members of the party are out for a

:?!"*it d*J afternoon from Hastings Minn., laden with a cargo of oranges. County. Florida or HO much thereof as 'all the amateur burglary work that has mad the cap'n wo'aVn ( I'r.. He did I pleasure mid recreation. ;

't' "iod are domiciled at the ir home on the, If MANUfACTORY.It The boulevard in front of Wilmans I Thii will sjitiMfv the HiiM I ExeutioiiH; and list i! 'been transpiring on the peninsula thep notbln but cuss Ult from bunui. till I The roads were found in fairly good

HilifM. opera house has been trpatt..t'tu a heavy llth davof. Nm..ml'r.11... i il' ist summer. A hunting coat belonging unset an' durlu' the night t<.>. when
J 0s. which .
made
J. It. Ti c.nditilln. going
"**"1 Hugh J. Armstrongand brother.prom- H top dressing of shell. HII'riff'oln.i:, (nomit.v IOKK., Fla. I l to a man at Port Orange was found he was on deek. Th're"an U/I' o' I I.I until the sand of comparatively
easy
fcent business nwn of Chicltgo.p'nt T. Ralph Wileox Ilia.I.. the trip to l.i.s I i in the house and some overzealous person the men Tom Blake, the i-ap'u scem.-d ;i and Floi ida reached. Georgia ,

C. Leroy, of place on the Tomoka swore out a warrant for Mr.Parsons.Friends to bte wo' e'D the rest o. us, a Wa
Rochester the fr.-
Hood*? and Tuesday in the oily.'There N. V., : iMtrtt.fthe corpse-like In' feller with : The parly was composed of John W.
lok
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week and j of Mr. Parsons .
was an unusually large attend Is Seeking Location To Build his came back WitincMl.ty in I are very in- bIg le that stared like the ; : ; I \ull. II. (I. Craighead, \Vm. J. Aull and :

V aae a' the wid-w<'t-k prayer meeting on boat. i' .\t tl.t' tf' ,I.H itiail jug uf i rliral: ilignant that a (charge of this kind o' a dead mau. We couldn't make out: Chas. E. llassafou, all of Dayton.

.-:, Wednesday night. Kev. Porter as.st.xted Engines and Machinery.With The "greens" andTV at the gilt( t l.uu.lge Nt. $1 I, F.\ .\. \I.. IllIIr' !, :should l hue brought against, him, a he. whether tbe cap'n bated 1t'l wo's I Their objective was Daytona and ;

..-'the pastor in the services Mr. Porter the of links are about completi .1 I, uinl. r the MI- j i dh' t'\"t'liing, K I.. :-.I..ar. pH1l'ril' lair I ,I 1"lrlIU untrnblu..1 reputation at Ma- or was afraid o' him "-O'M. lx-a!ta- they did a most pint\' piece of advertising 1
purpose establishing a (M-rintence of Mr. Ji nkius !II.r [ ri"lI. Ind., where he Ii l before Ways Tom would look ;
plant in the ul.o i U an 1'I: I the I 110110lla) SII'uu "l.iiiziirv. :11I1 I \.I going nt the enp'n I ( the 1000 mile stretch between i
Wivfred a very encouraging city for the 'I
messagebom construction of pert player and eoaeher. 't I.. Du> ton* Beach. out I A neat gulfpavillion j .\. I' .''on't's. btaliolt agent tlf hit, t'. the Ohio-HoriJa town A
Evangelist Harris in engines: and large canvass i
legHrd to the machinery A. C.
I would
LeHoy of has been built and E.: ( '. I: '. received liii' git Into a 1'.sl"l: with .
everything lin.t
.Brrtiiigs% l lie had just rjx-ned nt St. Au- Itix-hv&ter. N. Y. i is here, casting about I is being done : IIt'grt't.in him at untet. But I alx\i\s Mis-pendcd. from the rear of the big ,
to have the course in line laNollr '. THE QUEST OF 1.11..t ,
BEAUTY.
for that II car hi I.I in box-car letters this
/ iwtioe. lie said there was every nros- a suitable' location.Mr. shape for (its winter h trembled lu hU raze. inscription "

.*, Vcl.of a P1 revival. I.e Itov came in Wednesdayhaving J. spore.hugh | : "One day the (CHJI'II Hl.-n-.l TUD : From Dayton, 0., t Daytona :
Armstrong anal brother who "Making Up" le a Very Ancient Feminine
to I
Flu
I go aloft. The They also had '
IMVII some time nu-r.nry M-d 'JO* I a big flag which
.-SET Mr. and Mrs. Sweet' who Imehad over on the west coa.-t were here the fore Art. :
of
the week looking The .
part degree
| the below
wl.ere ) Armstronpf properly at zero the j-lilp: "l'I they held in passing through the
,.-:* i ruxni in the Smith Mock; on Seabreeze) things move rather more leUurely after "Making up/ to tbe aluf i
than prox-rty| interests nt :Sealireezestarted mriier nf Iill: ( ,'\\'o.NI| :lilt! .Magnolia a applied ap- a-rollln', and the sprayIH 1.1 kin' ; tiiwi.s and cities. I

** "sveaubaYe' decidi. t.. "spend couple from they do over this way. Coining the woik of dealing their I Halifax riVftiiifs is a Iiilgni: Ic'iit; J.I.\\l ololor (1..anJl'. is by no means as modern ice hIgh upon the ratline.. f. 1 .,n to, |1 'I i.eir itinerary brought th usil.r'.ughi '

"'- 'of werLs. more at The C.-iMes DaytonaTbe 1liw wide-awake city likeIbcheMer river lot, on which they a I art ns many People Imagine. the spurs 'I '
propo.tehatint from I llumass: uf )lloweiricjpl.itiU ] i In the C Lexington Lniisville I
it !ioe of Roman lltnnat.
needless I'm
.f to say the pros- ; a I bungalow en-cted. this I days supremacy<1 so cold.: said Tom.that I
( Harvey avenue Is I a IM-elive einJi.l.ite : rtasoii.In ami sliruliH, closolr! in the[ women tinted theIr eyebrows with couldu't Xasl'ie. Chattanooga Atlanta,
,* for penn.tnent citizenship \iewof set gtt up tbl'rt. an' If I ailal) I i
eiiovcnieiicc In the bii.sines.inter the building Mrs. II. J .\.iiiistrong i bl.ick' -
jMt is impressed with Daytona I the (rollt.. In emulation of oi eyed Venus.: couldn't bold j b'I. Savannah Lake City Jackson- "

.. edi of that pnrt of the city. 1'herear. town with a bright future. as a live will ftcnd| part of I lie \rinti f in I, They painted> their fact*, Illrlnklt .'\IU git up on.there.: jelle l the (''I.n.1 j yule St. Augustine to Daytona. They .

Jw1 pretty buil .ing tit,.:! on iiliter'tide It would the city. r themselves[ with perfume an e11'1 \ o lln' a bela/In pin, 'or Ml brain yT: made a stop u Savannah and took in r
seem that Mr. Leltuy ,-.hlluMfill.1 false hair tinted. I .1...
of Ibis street. I \ or their own "Tom went on to the ratirnn'! ta('('
nn invitiu field for such when
-- 10.11 l.rev.lIn be got a ltl ways up he The only mishap which delayed the
as be templates in this I WHEN BATHS WERE RARE. t fashion.
city. Theengines I down
: BIG WRECK / Iwkt a tb cap'n. an' ho ld Lig machine was a broken shaft at Lake
he proposes to build and the The (jreek ladles of tbe same period HIs :
I The Time When a Dandy Washed Hit ciuiiloyed maids who Park, (!., it being necessary to 'ir.
HONOR |ecirtl 1 machinery he would turn out I I rbb out theiruistrt.ss' 'I'w join to my doom, but I
t ton for
s1a Face tel J hay a new In -
| Nearly EverDay. n wrinkles on. meantime
"d
re in great and increasing demand i 'lale" ber J 7 Cap'n Tomklni. Rome day th
I It will come as a shock to some rcad- face with red and "hle paint and even with yT Ill the inemlxTS of the party managed
The crude
t material could be broughthere DOWN IN | era to Warn that one of the most serii darkened ber eyebrows. I was then "He on up ratlines an' to pass the time very pleasantly shooting -
far clwb
cheaper than the tb
; OF DEAD finished product i ou9 occupations of a fifteenth century also the fashion to coat tbe face with crawlt out on to tbe where the <|uail and an&ln& for the finny

: and as labor i is abundant and so I wife was to protect htr husbnnd from \bite of egg and goose res to profoot cap'n bad ordered hm J.rd. big ware tribe, the ;\' ) they were %-

many things rouspere to render the pro I fleas! I from the sun wind. I I s truck as, there was a cloud o' icy layeil.

j ect feasible Mr LeRoy may well drive ARKANSAS. Taking Into consideration howeter.the e\t'l Mall that they had a recipe to s pray,
peg and begin operations. horror with which the >wple of turning blue eyes to black. l Dowhere. distance in
good shape and suffered
PRESIDENT.o Daytona welcomes' all legitimate en i those days regarded cold water mil I: These fashions all had their origin "I couldn't make out whether the inconvenience pretty '
no of
clean clothes It boot surprising to I in Italy, where In later the ('nIUf'nlp.
cap'n
years notorlou satisfied
at
; looking toward development The Engineer and! Fireman Are & tltln' rid o'Tom The
learn only time they felt that
",it;". f the and East Coast The that the question of exterminating I.ucrezlu &rll.1 Is said to nave Blake or "hthe felt in the they were .

f' :A Memorial Address in Honor of enterprise t.o\\'n('omeaclearly within the LeRoy Both Supposed to Have these insects made life a burden. d. t' her hair t colors, accordIng dumps about It I-ea.stanavs he didn't "up against it" was coming through old

**, ti I scope Clt'anllnt'ss8S! not only looked upon I l to her fancy of the moment.ID cu se us 1 much after that nu' was Kentucky) There one day they ran :

y Graver Cleveland Praising Been Killed. as a dangerous custom but a positivesin. England Iu tbe eighteenth CenI ind o' cringtn'-like. over and l.lhlne mule, four dogs

The soul alone'IIS regarded. usof I ttiry many women, them "After six chickens .
The yacht "Dutchesa owned hy among Lady. ipendln' a good while In I pun"tur. their tires and
tht HU! Sterling Character. any Importance so that the neglectof Coventry died from the effects of 1 1rouge. Bering Ha we passed broke .
the
Major A. B. Foster, was placed) in l through spring. I mi&h be added that
. PASSENGERS ESCAPED HARMED tho liotljr l)ccaine HO much a \lrtne So In all all traits.
commission Thursday. Capt. Chas I ages beauty at One night "'1 was bcatio' the Ohiioans-tha'y don't own to this
: that 'bath
was only allowed In casesuf the motto of "smart" la- northward into tbe .
'fflL j MORI3N MAKES ADDRESS. I/x-kwood is in command. The ----- III lit.:.,.. .\t any rite water had no dies.l..tt"a h -Pearson's Weekly. 1 latitude som'crcs n.tc about o''IUI.C7 Our however-broke several world's records .

t "Dutches has been on the ways I I illy I'nitnl I'r.-,..... place hi the toilet of the grand too n) longitude"a 170 west d.r..srtb in fleeing from pursuing ni&l riders in

recently being overhauled and re. LITTLE HOCK .\UK.. )},'t'. ".- nanjue. Ills raet! slier pouring a tl.i-k. Tennyson's Terror. t.eE Point lolo and Cape midway Serdze. dodging the guns of the feudists and Inulestepping

: [By I'lilt.... I'ress.J 1 tajnled. _ _ A Hock Island passenger train was I containing hand. of his spirits of wine over the, There are many stores of Tennyson \.11 that'a night I was rcfcrrln I si the stones and clubs of

t NEW YORK. (>"-c. 4.-A memorial Remarkable Church. wrecked. twelves miles from here this i through his majesty passed a comb I In the Duke of ArgU's Io.k"Pas 1p1 ago. I never seen such nn i the rural Corncrackcra.The .
hair thus
: 'Iddresi in honor of the late ex President At StlvlchalU near Coventry England mornin,. The engineer and fireman arereported for the day. completing hisollet I sages From the of the aurlra my life Lrort. I wasaflaabln' pilgrims made a brief stop atOliver's '

r .Grover Cleveland today the l there Id a unique place of woe to have IH-CII killed. 1'asscnjgers j I In the seventeenth ho\\e\er. m< st characteristic relates to th time an' an' a mitterin'. ( garage on Orange avenue and
prefaced
I century.
lion the of bU s ometlmes like
ehlp. Iu 1310 John Gr<'eD, a stonemason \ marriage grac then a million o' little white thl'l midi' a finishing twelve mile dash
t ,luul meeting <>f the \,,'IJ'iatiun.of are thought to have scapisl injury I cleanliness! was carried. to sib an rxj (tie Marquis of Lorne. and Trlnceas or straight searchlights shootln' fop
of a strongly religious turn of fagl r Ponce Park retreat
that llpt. Elsn's
t Life fanurance Pr i.lent.Phocnix i cess an English: ; dand.r tie ex- 1.01110 in the u to the
: -- ---- was air. One sky. The
: day Tennyson '
mind laid the first stone of the edt 'e, ; l pet-ted to wash his face cap'n WI01 dt'k. nhere they II.a turn for the next few
"hearty
].h&heorganizati..n I j CO\ Pry had number vf an' It seemed
guests at luucb- to
| has nii-K-n from a I 0 'terrify him.
be tbe 11.1
later cowpleted
and seven years | d ay. So rapidly! did the custom uicksith the finny
I
I spread
',chaotic lUte, kit ..n bj the warching bulldlug. In all that time he bad as1sUlnnce :I that It eon. among whom was the !ar'lul of You we, although I wax s. lJhl. we tri,
I all A NEGRO | was necessary to Issue a solemn I I-orne. In the course of talk tbe mar- couldn't make out nothlu. They gI'e: Daytona a big send-off &1
the
uaraoreiovetligalions. Paul Morton, from no one, doing .
I warning that
IiiI.rat.tllt. of using the down and
wa hundred
asked
told wiy them
then 1
I ij pill poet laureate to .
tl hU bands until the'church I Tl'IIYSOn 1Iethe dt\1'IrII'
with
work
>. Equitable Ijfe Insurance Co., delm owu ter for this pnipose liijiie; the ,
uhitiit the
eyei that the the
liked bis : he city
: queen new said illlllculah' on
t'olum. wra:1 UI al' l"l-
fit .
| il the I'rij'iJ"llhMn! : fs.HRiOJS was ready for IU brick Interior building ,i i s ight.uieiual.'re; othache., nnd cntarrh.renders "I nm glad to bear it.. Tennyson olt tb poop deck. he went'IIII.t."n for'nrd nn' I fax whieh they are free to confess w in a
lings. Wooden and even the colorless
complexion and I
,'i CAUGHT IN I e siul In his sonorous slow, musical on tbe itself
5to bowsprit BO'S he could see by at a beauty show
erected or two men are i makes (0:11
t tA1I9 by one j jn. the skin stiMvptlble to cold la I t
rnss v.lr. "I hove given a account 1 better.
1 ..| uncommon. but this U tbe onlystructure the winter and 11,1111 the summer." ao
I' In England and p'obably Iutlu i U'lishlui; scciu.t to ha\e I lieu umrpopular ,i of her don't In that volume lut tbenewspaperii "There seemed to t>e a white cloud IRE A UIKHB HID
RUi MUiI I : lie my rh.wes11 ahead. Leaataways looked like .
t world ofhUh every stone was! t In the clxhiceiitu; century Iu! I I
they t I lire In
RUNAAYI I are had lerrr. contlnued. c but with the Aurora dam-In
l laid by one man. The building; accoui- ,I I'raii. t" than In Ilnglund.: : this In split' t b 'Iou
of .
the
any queen' family itnarrj It wasn't there. Tltecap'n
large conpepitlon. I of the fact thltltl..r always A LARGER( TRUCKING
AT HAITI I inflates julte a [ \\I.H foibidden I
log ef
1 : nn bearing from bee that stared at It. tryln' to make Itot
j i
and the church derives n considerable I {I I In the former country.
she I will write
h"lll fKtmetblng. I I stood down on the fo'exstle
It It Itr I,-.chile from the contributions of. | ((lets Pretty Bail)' Used ['p Art I A lost art. according to M. Franklin; I have no news of that kind yet. but I look la' too. First thing either of us v-- .
:'cljr'iiM-er! who .ire drawn to tbe placihrtn'i.Z" j ji InJa rivilite du Mil.I nu X I X. Mei l live In terror of tt.
i i heard a grind the l
i rurlwliyj Is Carried To a I'hyuan; i a Ie." Is that of 1010" lug one's I HIM-. To- k..wo .>w..pritgnapiHd. The .Vlisscs Johnson Have a Biff
lSiironlbd To This with '
Thw i
Key I i i, : a solemnly_ mink. an a lot o' Ie ft-ll ">n the
-- !ay It U a im>r'' t r less perfunctory
i I j !II hl deck. One chunk tbat must 'a' weighed Tone of Men
TTbe. Situation I'ut: Does i j j I The Equinox Storm Fable1 ] for Repairs. I; uetvssity. but In the *" \,':/ -1' 1 1 1 Slates weather bureau It was iu 'IIII'IjllIIwut.| one 8'(! kn..L'Lm -
-
Unltc.1 --
Tl.e j our ; show orerboard. Their Grounds.
Not Disclose Plans. of the equl- : i r-MHi lmitate the blast of a f11ilit lt'ltI'k we
i i i: ha* ,I'III..IIIIlt! will'the'It coming n storm. The te- jl I RACf{ BEGAN[ O RIDGfWOOD[ A Vr.I '[ ': a lu..Illl'r the su earlii of a cut.trumpet.1',1| VOH a Majestic in actual* operation. "We didn't all of us hear It IUI! I Mesvr-t. J. Huward and Claude It.Jolinson. .
*
i nobriii : .
tRy I'sit..1 I'n-ss.i, ], ; I iiruU-r l Mori in I Hardware Co. O'Brien said be did. but Pete <: ,
l blr siitilT
tat.IIIwlakh alo
fashioned ;rI / v.as: the fash fi
"Id pee of the
r AU PRI.VCH. HAYTI, !>- < 4ksi ; ll.-f. It say*, that the .: vay, "'0 was standlu' near an of I >rmer proprietors
1 t tiV: put In this* t'' ....r.v |1'4 nil "Isl>:at'ea I] l tollable habit of that day. had "ii.iiiehli.g u*. says he didn't" any I I. C ;riinl Atlantic anil now 1..ate in theehccuitagei.mi
General
Simon, tin1 most sueWorganizer j diiver i for J. I.. Tatlillo's ; to do with Its accomplishments.
"l't'url A ;
that Iwi'l1"1 '
negro S
.1 Any bis II..IU ( : the tee coniln' aboard < Orange avenue, have
of the uprising in tbe j tIIIIC tbal |,ifci-tlon, In which consUteil 1 III mak \bl. I
the :
\\ 1iI.11I II "' .. IIr0 tit i i Toil Drang e gron ry -tore bad a < lose: REACHING THE "Tbe ice. no! Out o' the misty lookIn of t "ncitlM-r
llaytI. pssiimes the reins of I tbe 'ii: too much nor too little SPOT
line
the say '
the silil l I. i''r.tSslll; eall for hi.. life hN'iit IIINIII Friday I by ':j jI llokH.-** i mass It was an Iceberg we struck. ,,'n I" Still have a force of 1f'1prl'r.111
It
Bent affairs the nameof
u ill In in a wor.eI U (ligililiEd! by I I
ueather m-n. 1 herd as plain as I e\er beard
1..1'
any
| of
i a in It i is ii"l I : Another noteworthy fact on the "II.'I"t.tle I t,sr..u,0 Vegetables
I wben as
than mixed H
at Adherents of r -euIn.Ktl *l storiu. |Ix-ing up runaway. j jknomi the
present. I ; It C in He Done. Scores of tLng voice o' Tom Blake sarln' which .
t' of those d.ixs Is that ii..i.uaiyknoikast S they about four
tay's acre
1 Lejltine now beail tln'goveintud nuitter of fact there Is 't'Udlllll SOUl'dlstIrlitilce 'it what." -Urte.1 the racv but it I isI aoftllk: i "ilIUt .
e\er nt the d w>r. The correct i ilK and late
week or I tr' Citizens Itjilinp I'IU Iy lettuee. releryami
every (lr ''nc nd tons Say. .' "
the unhitching
f'wulern r pbrlc here
are rallying to >rt jitiii."' (thought 1'0 Cap'n Tomklns.:
the.iipM 1
| scratch
thliiit was to softly wltb the .
the There
liv. and those( that: lIt''ur about j jme the trai-e is respi-nsible. for the mishap ;j jTbe To bark The speaker paused. Not a word : |1..llf| < are twit good er-
: ,.nly declaring that they taklUi I IIt..ir null of the fliiKcr. which the dandle' cure an aching ,. .' tl.f' ami the land i is
W to I'1'' of the 1"11101 are Just iuire nwle I \\ ii.I il:,-li up HiiheWIHH : of the pains hr ".spoken by his listeners f. r sonic I l.I..(i place
put th ir favoritis in are'not the result of the day kept extremely long Ktl- Tit rh"'UIItil. I I".it"ron into foot betl.4
and twenty-five
f awed
y tJund tions serious turn '' and. out ('..ttaie :i\en.ie. leaving 5 n ette was so rIght! In fact that It Is The tir( I"'lIt feelings. mWl'DU a they \\'trt by the!
are very of the sun. when in line (".miition.MI.XT .
jo.iug Philosopher Jack coni! t.I.ut
: and 11I..t..r the barness !, said that the iMichesM de story :
driver
boltis | the w.'igoii. Moutpviislvr You must renih the at the .
ll.e key to tho (situation rI !JI.t-g.t i ic : i >. have furn.an l.
*fl be Hitting the Pip. i' -hind. '| spent a 'imnrter of tier life In mentaltorture I Uise. tlnul J.hn.1 h
ran have a conference with Ibe <* as t<, whether different malllulizais "It wouldn't waLe any difference tore \V. :.ilh. a practical tu'Lpr. awiintrd
N be declines to make ilaisslbee \\'5ll Joi-e got bottle*) a panic lwpllf"be ? I It was caught on O.ttagc avenue byVm.Fox.oftheHiIivery. |' S admitted to her presence were: In most ('a.<'tis the Lidof's.o"n. i If I was the only one a. beard It, by J.I.-JH r Urown, who laI..1, | years t>f .
family The '
| the riaternnUT" \ IW'W"lLoe ) Kidney Tillare for the kidI I but some o' the watch did me. .,.
guard of his revolu tionary flOOtleJ from ft entitled to sit on chairsiili bucks! or 1111.1..1 \n| ri'-no- t'r.rud th.-y will spare do
1o.III!: ('k.-.l and given u..li..allllt..II1ti.m. I 'I 0' that poor feller Fllppln' Into
up
I the city at daybreak. j first thing be did was to pi i only on stools. nejs. Ibor { ,'i(Tort or \i-na t.. make their farm
Tbe to !I" serioiKsly ii | 't ky sea. an somehow I mowed
1 having wwehammering and is not thought < Iurt. | 11. \\ )lloyd. Steamlioat he'd
for not (Il.tin.0. I lx th finan hal and model in
----- his wife A Fine a swe 8H a
: scold ta the ('ellar and i hungh Pair. l lusia .\., Da\tona, } .. says: "I I 'got .vel ; .
,'! to g-o down "What I V you think of (lie two candidates "W. to find a hole In our appearance..Mrs.
OONfLAGRA liON I hammer up the 8urpll pIpe to pre'entthe be ?" fked one elector of another have no hesitency in recommending |bottom,eSple didn't. The bowsprit
Theo I tan's Kidney Pills and ;
escaping. can truthfully
water from MAY DECLARE during a recent contest was the only thing We
beard AUSTRIA
went downst31rs and was sooo ; -What lj I think of tbem?" was! tbe say they are the Lt remedy I ever!r i dama"J through the: kite On Witness Stand.

:| AT PORTIA MAINE., I \Il orousl1. After gh'llIg some one \ reply. "Well when I lt*>k at them; used for my bu'J and kidney Several I turne i ao abut eQntnu(&IA on home Now I K. -nlt.. I'r"w.,
strenuous work WAR WIT"" SERVIA.[ \ I'm thankful of them months I had attack of
minutes' asked. 'How Is ItThe only one can get ago an lumbago you; tellers a knows everything how I >MAI.M.B... D-r. ".-With n- /
; te & lal last mighty blow. be 1 in."-London Telegraph./ and (could nut get around I doctored I y* g.ln' to explain what I've IKH>II tellIn 14-et.ltlolln of the details of her
'I ,{ "\
?" It It It y't Dye think there's reward hlil
now of, and Used remedies but the JtJief an
tn the flow ob P. l.itions with Dr. Fre.l'rirkKukin,
-ts Threatend But The Fire "I here Is uo difference Through Her Head. tuincd I 'punishment In the other world with .
was only
< '; wife calmlY reg'lbu From St. t.rprary. was : Mrs. Abbn C. Rite: the stateV Mar wit-
the wlo'er. hiS Unconfirmed: Messages : "Cugby: pets: out of al! patience with! out a poor. devil bln' able to git a lit
>;\jlNow Under Control but as the light has gone out I'er1 tbe the his wife. lie says she can't get a thing! growing worse rapidlyhpn Ltoan's: tie revenge here ., much I[<->.< in the murd'T trial of Clm-t. E Davis.
'' hammt'rtod up Petersburg Conveys Kidney l Pills were brought to attentention -
..' much ft'lr .rou have through her bead." I my Whether or no there was anything r'umn'ib.: .' stand today.

Loss $250.000 gas "IIIe.-Eschange. Information. "That's funny. lie toM! me everything anol.rourl a boi at Han-
;? 'tR United ]>..,."...] 1-lIIt..1 ITIIOXIHX. } be said to hl'r'l'nt In one ear kins' drug store. Upon using them to I ken la I'Jch A tone of authority and the W. Morgan ami' .
ND Me.. I 4.-The com- Garden of Edi *"- UP and out of the other." my great delight I found myJ im- i men bad such unbounded admiration .J Camilyari\t
h-c. I.nt'l.nlirlllf,1IIIf'"sag.'S
.
iVc. -day. as !, I -
In '> Soon the dL eared I for their that TLlr tll..tel
ySZZ proving. lumbago > wl".m
departments of this and three passage today from St IVtersburg. say apj phloo1her'! : 'l Lire, Ohio) and! are li<-atcd for the
"' the location ot the garden ot Hot Water. and it did not return until some time 'not one drt tl jalnI It 'T cast a
are today controlling been a bone has issued. an ultimatum toSvta.rt.ting in their Iiandaoine winterLome
long hIyker-Troublca1 wltb doutt bis *
Itidiutted bas Indigestion I after I contracted eold. I upon story. :.>
IJe a again
"
lleb have swept away three to .mong tbeoloJlans and 11tilC I. that unless the latter eh? You should drink cup of hot water h"l HAROLD OTIS. I I( on North IIi.lgewo'j.l avenue.
'outentl..n : used I Kiiney Pills and fixed
i and freight she*** of the ( student genera... 'foo discussIonof stops her. sggrt5iV"5 tIn theCS every morning.! Pyker-I do. but j' Jan' tl"3' -- ---
,
? ) 'me in gouid 12
J k Ky. mulling: a loss of has been as IngenioUS f-rma.. ltrati..n they call & coffee my boarding up shap.
JoLn
subject frontier a a Job of marshal
tbe garden bas house.-London Fir f"I.! by dell.r Price 50 cents printing every description Our worthy city ,
1 1 be Express. al :
,. a quarter million dollars It has been fruitless. .0\5111. The Blbll.eal I- of war will l>' made by Austria. Fot..r. li.um Co., Buffalo. .V. Y., sole r it lbne} by the flazette-News Co., !Myers i is in posssKin of .Imf very

; time endangered' the city.ijUE I \lPeo locatt d would all over 5'E'W to place Edf'n II I{I IoXullllally'lJ The collection of coins and medals in I ag..nt1 for the United .SUtes. The highest class of work done in i :I II f fine canl pholns} of himself in uuijform -

t.: I account old le80potsmla. the regIon or: C.lIuli":4-niCt' :m..l! the British museum consists of over, Remember the nazae-Ioaa'a--aa''ii I the shortest fiMt time is 0.3 rI I I : male l I.y I'r.' Oeor Miller of

'aHE'8and In the EUI.bratH and The Iruggst. aim. \\Yft Magnolia .
specimen
-Three show ( toe "great rlfers the fresh. IhIllUS:4. .O take no other. 3.tIU"

counter at fort Awerka .
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DOWN THE EAST COAST. PAY $$3000I A SEA NOW( IN after you You.had..carefully. Mad searched and s ".J:i.




I FOR LANDS OF GREEN i! THE RUNNING. dearly paid for canned goods sup- y ,_

He May Visit Pretty I posed to be the best to find upon ,;1 J'

I I, opening them that they proved to be 1
'Five Hundred Dollar Check Cred- -1' ..
Daytona.Will fttabreezeI i Select a Tract On South Side of The Market Gardner Is Encouraged -, of ordinary and inferior quality ; or ,

''I Magnolia Avenue Across by the Vigorous Growth ited to This Popular Orderin a "pig in a bag." j

Spend the Season In East Piano Contest. When buying canned goods do it on faith .
./F. E. C. Railway. The Vegetables Make. you you cannot

Florida. Old Tammany fi.THREE see the inside of the can, therefore be sure to get a standard

Chief Now in New York. boat SEABREEZE, which has,been Dec.at a-the Mr.Whinfirld Farrell's 1 | ACRES M t SECURED. JANUARY MARKET[ IS NOW ON.I THIS IS GONG I, SOME 1 I i I brand .1'


According to the New York Sun,, dock all summer, i is being overhauled 1 -- ROYAL SCARLET" ;

Richard Crocker, ex-chief of Tammany and put in running order for the St'ason'splt'asun' Initial proceedings taken by the Bond The alarming weather forecast by the The Piano Contest assumes now interest ,

r Hall, who for several years has lived I M<-*rs. Farrell and Case are Trusts in the purchase of land for a Department as found in Wednesday's I[ T\hcnS. II. love steps up to theirulxTMorrid (ae VARIETIES' AND STYLES IN GLASS AND TINS) .

abroad, and who now is visiting America. planning a busy season's campaign waterworks plant: and so the project of Daily News had the truckers looking a 'I j (; cash desk and hands out I .
against the finny tril>e.Mr. I a check over his signature' good in this the standard and the Fish Fruits and -t
is Vegetables
for the first time since hU son's death I waterworks and ire protection begins to little serious for a few hour that night bearingthat
and Mrs. "". I D.5itt arrive 1 town, for five hundred "liimoleuns."
at the automobile races on Oraiond- crjstalize into definite shape. lest the wind should cease to come from brand are all guaranteed to be the finest in the land.
Saturday from Lake" Como and are Occupying Such proceedings smack of
Daytona beach, will probablyisit This is welcome intelligence to the : the ocean and veer to the northwest. plunging
the McPherson bench cottage and when it became known that 50,000 You chance of getting a in .
1 never run a pig a bag when
:7 Daytona during the coming !season. hundreds who own valuable city property Xo one fears a north wind as that I .
Mr.] and Mrs. Diggett spent the pi tsummt'r votes were to be credited to the Lire
The New York Sun'i article say: and are paling almost prohibitive comes quartering from the ocran. However up you buy ROYAL SCARLET.
with relatives in England returning Oak Chapter, Xo. 1, Order of Eastern i -J
< '
e 'Richard CroVer, with Richard. Jr. i insurant calNwith clock-like) regularityTo frigid the winds heading this wayif .
last month, and stopped to visit Star it fairly took the" breath of those in FOR SALE BY .
and ex-Senator Fox went to Calnry those who have t.heirentire earthly they come in via the North they are
Mrs. Diggett's mother at Como before the running.
cemetery yesterday morning to visit the holdings! here this first important move impotent to do execution with the \rg<,-
graves of his sons Frank and Hertz'r t. coming! home. Mr. Diggett resumed his on the |part of the Bond Trustees is most table world. While a little stunning for the moment L. G.
in his position with the Merchants' Bank to others interested" in the big contest LYMAN.t;
The afternoon he spent in rest welcome intelligence.The The cardinal points are clearly indicated
and Monday morning. it is only a temporary matter, andit
rooms at the Democratic Club, at t purchase comprises three acres, by pointers on the fire bell tower,
W. W. Wood hasassumcddirrctorshipr i is
promised that
he at small dinner party l the south tide of announcements Millur-Strohm's old stand.
night was a Ijing on Magnolia avenue Beach street, near entrance to South
of' the Crystal Theatre orchestra, Day- shortly to be made will discount the
big
e t with his son Richard and his dau and adjoining and west of the rightofway Bridge. Watch that pointer and when ,n ---- -- ------
tona. for the season. hand played by the" popular architect
Ethel"tie of the Florida East Coast tail- the wind directly down Beach i
Dr. and Mrs. Cook, recent arrivals sweeps and builder and it is
tipped off that
had
said last night that he not t WIThe made
purchase was throughthe street it is time to have a care for you r
from Burlington, 111 are guests at the they will go him one better
}E definitely made up his mind where he Dnyton Real Estate Agency. tender plants. That's a nor'w ester.
would spend the winter, but thatMiami \ May field. After canvassing carefully the available I "I he Daytona High School arc 'IliVrd I- r 1 Ir't ::
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Petinn. of llou.-a- The heavy rains of the late summer 'j | to have Minn-thing their FULL
(la., had been so strongly recommended territory the trustees decided upontht' up
e tonic Mass. are located for the winter I had a drowning effect upon the truck : sleeve; they are wearing a s-lfstatisfiidMinle
to him that it was posiblt't.bat.
tract Magnolia paying
on avenue '
a at! the Taylor cottage, leased to themthrough patches, but the ideal weather which at tens, and if they have nothing r
.t be would go then' He expects to $IOOO per acre, or a total of $3 000 for I'
leave New York in about ten days. the J C. Butler agency. They' the tract has prevailed now for some time has M-n-atioriul to spring, they are playing Exvacss
anCanadians. brought the trucking interest decidedlyto ,
I I a huge bluff
will --- PaEPaIDr
Richard, Jr., and Miss Ethel accompany ,,
r the fore and a wheel, a spin or a
Pitmer Walthour
Mr. and Mrs. -
him." spent I ----
I stroll out Second avenue will reveal a !
The tragic death of CroVer's son, several hours in Seabreeze yesterday S(' TOURIST TRAVELGREATLY ,I _r-
sea of green most pleasing to the eye.
Frank Croker, on the Ormond-Da>tona letting a location for the winter, and J I; Ipl
i 1 left the afternoon train The chief gardener perhaps of the I'
beach preceding the races of 190C is yet < on having so Doings
mind. out 'lected the upstairs apartment in thee -cotd avenue district is J. W. Ball. It' t ,
fresh in the public Trying l tae t
i'e his speedy racer on the beach on th Smith studio on Granduew avenue was at his place that a Daily News representative ] I j at Daytona "

day preceding a race for which he was Mr. Walthour is a prominent business. happened to drop in, attracted -'. Beach i U8 1 c" '

of Atlanta. by the varied sea of green
? scheduled, a panic-stricken bic"clistsuddenly : man j

)loomed up in front of young A. I. Miller, who recently sold the ON INCREASE Here were acre upon acre of the general !! Wh15 i It .'-- t tt MINER CD fOR
and to Walker beach is COII.i.l. run of vegetables-beets, beans, ( w s
in
Croker a desperate attemptveer cottage: making 'ab-j 1 DA YTOX.HKCII Dec. etr
3.-Mrs.Dobbmi
'- bages cauliflower, lettuce, leeks
to one 'side Croker's machine erable improvement on the lot. The
turned over, and owing to the terrificspeed ugly knoll in front, which cut ofT a ,'ipwof ---- -- oyster plants, radishes, rutabagas, celery Ind. hr left Monday for Evans\ille. dr
former
of the machine the momentum the wide sweep of the ocean, has The Stiff "Norther" That Raged cress spinach, Sw,ss chard, and home, where she had

caused it to roll into the ocean. I 11Croker's graded down, the west portion ofas r Meant Blizzards in the North. then the list is only a partial one. Sweet planned she to' spend received the holidays. t.fott'I"a'in
a telegram containing COMPANY
CHAS. BLUAI &
companion in the car w the lot will be filled and leveled, and corn grows: splendidly, and the marketdemand

killed outright and young Croker picked | later a cottage will be erected, facing Welcome Here. will quickly absorb the supplyIn mother the sad death.intelligence of her grand- AGENCY I'AIWT BREWING (0..

up in an unconscious condition. II e Grandview avenue. the absence of Mr. Hall. Mrs. Rail
i, Mrs. C. Roberts arrived from Connecticut Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66
was carried back to the Hotel Ormond Dr. and Mr[ ?. Leland have sold their THE RAILROADS ARE BUSY. graciously talked of the trucking situation Whiskey ,
and
Saturday: N pleasantly located
where he died next day. beautiful horse, Ida. to the son of Hev and outlook, both of which were Send for Price List. IACKSOX\( LE. FLA. ;

The father is now back on a protracted -1 i Porter, at Holly Hill. Ida and Helen pronounced good. Indeed, the said on Seabreeze avenue.airs. ii i I|

visit from his several years' resi '- '! were pedigreed match horses sent to Daytona has a strong voice in the they are now having a January local de Jbnes: and daughter, Mrs. Lance, i!! NNtNNI. NliNtbN 1 1eN s- NNO N

idence abroad and is visiting the graves I{ Helen j Wilmans by a Kentucky friend 1 prosperity chorus now being sung byo mand. This would augur an unprecedented art recint arrivals from Aurora, 111., I ;

of his boys and the scenes of their activj j Mrs. Leland was very much attached t the! cities of Florida, the East Coast in local demand for the era-ton, and and have taken apartments at Ocean We are showing one of the most complete j

ities in life. Florida will extend a i,i ;Ida, and they were very careful that she particular. The railroads are reporting would indicate that there are now considerably Spray. I( I

cordial welcome to Mr. Croker. I j passed into good hands. unusual acthity and requests for information more people in Daytona thanusual Mr. and Mrs. Ilastover, of Aurora, IlL, i lines of f shoes in the South, .

jh Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin and daughterMare ( from prospective visitors, and at this time of the year are located for the winter on Seabrt't'z"1(

I of Xew York, who have been so all trains are stopping at Daytona. It is yet a little early to begin shipments a\enue. '

i journing at St. Augustine for some time, Truck gardeners say they are even to the distant markets. A month Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Beach pleasant :, Mell's,9 and Children's

MAJI HfNDRICKS 'arrived yesterday and will spent the now experiencing a January demand for later, and the Northern shipments will I tourists spending the winter on Ocean ,

;i winter guests of the Princess Issena.R. their vegetables, indicating their in- be at their best. avenue, are entertaining their friends, I

.J. McGrew who creased consumption, locally. Mr. and Mrs. Vining, of Niagara Falls.
painter
sign Fpt'nt'last One of the :interesting things at the
; SLUPS.INPINE winter here, arrived Tuesday from A few hue been aware and alive to Ball place was a t.ix-acre peach orchard, The Misses Techinor, who regularly Edwin Clapp'sValkaovers

Evansville, Ind. the fact that the season is in advance of composing a few of the choicest ariV-- spend their winters on the peninsula. I

The Ladieb' Sewing Circle meets today former ones, and now the general public ties which flourish on Florida soil. They arrived from WaukeshaVL. ?., and will : I and Douglas, for Men, .
Is awakening to the encouraging sit.uation spend the season at Har\"f' cottage.
with Mrs. II. C. Buckland on Valleystreet. were largely Crawford, Honey, Peen-to .
WOOD. The last regular meeting was and outlook. Probably never doe- and'Jewels, and many of the trees now Artuhur Parsons was ocr from Stetson -, I

postponed on account of ThankFg \'ing.The 'tore in the history of this city have so have decided show of bWoms. Thinkof last week: visiting his parents Rev And Dorothy Dodd, for Women,
many bookings I been made for cottagesy and Mrs C. IX:Parsons, several days. I

-- fctreet committee has had the that, you ice-bound denizens of the .1.1I R
for rooms as at this time, and each Among the well known j jSeaside
Laid parkages of the non-resident property Xorth! arrivals at the I We hare nil tlio above makes
Tenderly to Rest By HalifaxLodge j
incoming train helps to emphasize the Inn
3 j holders on Ocean boulevard cleared of Jas. H. Johnson and Sons had a are Irs. I. N. LaBoiteaus I
'the summer accumulation of dead leave subatantialness of the encouraging out eand popul.tr daughter. Miss Grace. ,
No. Free
81 and
force of men at work out the avenue I I I
and to the 'look. ; prominent people of Cincinnati Ohio IN i THE LATEST STYLES.
j grass, greatly improved appearance clearing ground which they purpose sit- *
Accepted Masons. Let 'em come on. Daytona's orange who hate several i ALLw
of the ting largely to lettuce and celery. spent winters at the I
boulevard.'F growing sweeter day by day, thei Inn. f fMr. Vgtei.trs in the I5iif.h-?,,irml

COURSE i i i pines tastier the guavas more odoriferous The trucking industry is looking up and Mrs. F. A. Meascham, of Den- 1'ianomtot..
HAL 1 LARGE.The E-i FIRST COMMENT the It is de stined to assume important proportions I
Of the
I I II II oysters are fatter vcr, Colo., are pleasantly located on i|
I breezes will continue to be balmy, the and at no cry distant day. Ocean avenue.

I .1.i_ ___ hh_ _,.. th..._. "Inrinn.. .
last fad funeral rites .cnn.. .. _.ov_ Messrs. n. B. AULTMANI
were paid OH FROM y 1 Oliver Fox and ClarenceKeller
The Daytona hotels are the most in i
the departed merchsntwednesday after ORM01'i. of Xew York, will spend part of I

1 noon, Halifax )lodge of Free and AcceptedMasonl l i KKK comfortable, well appointt-d,'tht' 1 Gems In Terse I the winter at Daytona Beach, guests of'' .

a conducting the services both at j tal boards are groaning 'neath a varied the Surf Crest. Phone ... Beach Street

the residence and at the grave. A large I,, Were Shipped This Week.-The and toothsome menu; the cottagesare The extension work on the pier is progressing I

number. sorrowing friends joined i in i spick and span: merchants are ". NNNNNN ti eH i10 N NNNt11 NNNN
| Beach Approach Undergoing: OLD FAVORITES.LE as rapidly I as could l>e expected ,

paying the last tribute to the character ,: splendidly stocked with everything a in view of the high tides. t ........ ..ti.*i NiliNN91
and worth of Major J. A. Hendricks. ; Needed Repairs. discriminating public could ask, and at REVENANT. Surf: bathing and fishing have given

1 following the remains to the grave in':' OR IOXD. Dec. 2-Mr. Abbott, wife most reasonable prices. my team plotting line sport| to the, tourists the past week. An Elegantly Appointed Small Hut''-.e..l I !
Pinewood[ Cemetery. The incoming tide Is decidedly on the That I used to drive
and sister, who spent last winter with Is And hear the harness Jingle Yesterday the bathers were out in full I
i j increase, the welcome is vouchsafed.
Thefasonic ritual, beautiful and impressive us, are glad to get back from the cold When I was man alive force and our beautiful beach presenteda STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC L1GIIT I.. :. ..
was used, and the Rev. D. II I{I North, and are nicely situated in the Wear your broadest smile, do your Is football gay picture.J. I : :
best and the playing AND SHADI: TIILS.[:
Rutter of the Methodist : very season 08.9 will
e Episcopalchurch Burr cottage,on Halifax avenue Along the river shore. C. Carman of Colorado, and J. M.
1 assisted. J. Clark, who spent the winter with us mark an ej ocli of unprecedented prosperity With lads to chase the leather Williams, of Frankfort, Ind., are here
Now I stand
Mrs. C. C. for all up no more?
Bohannon
and Mrs. M. Btwo years ago, has returned for the winter for a season, located on Ocean avenue I THE ISLINGTON

Church sang sweetly and tenderly Yea. and is occupying the Bungelow, on It my Ctrl I thought happyThat hard to leave. The children of Daytona Beach, rang ,
tho' I
"walk through the Valley of Halifax avenue. DAILY I NEWS t FOLDER And has the tired of weeping ing from tiny tots to 10-year-olds, had a

Death. 1! John Clements, wife and daughter, A* she lies down at eve? great big, beautiful time at the Casino MB-. I. H. I'\IIIX''X.

The service "was read by Worshipful' Bessie, of Winnepeg. Manatoba, han t Ie my friend hearty. Tuesday afternoon, all on account oAI { I 1 1 -mi i. u.
,Master G. B. Seaman, prayer followingby DOWN TO BUSINESSA [ Now I am thin and
Brother Rutter. arrived for, the winter, and are at then And has he found to sleep pine.! IDA philanthropist, who objects to his C\\'OOd't;

beautiful home on Palmetto avenue. better bed than miner name appearing in this connection. A South R lJ \ ., Davtona Florida.
The active pall bearers were E. A. An entertainment K K K real :18 ,
was given Tuesday party was planned for them. The
Richards, G. H. Clark, S. H. Gore W. Tea lad; I lie easy.
G. Williamson! Jacob pedahl and'S. night at the V. I. A. rooms by the Little Rebellious In the Begin I I lie as lads would choose: : dance hall WAS beautifully decorated, a...N1..N.tN..NN.........Hee..eeo .........J
young people, called a "bluejay social.', cheer a dead man's sweelheirt. the refreshments were delicious and

W. Carroll. Two tine piano solos, given by Miss Bes- ginning It Limbers Up and E.Never Jlousman.ask me"A whose.A. Shropshire!. Lad." abundant, and games to their hearts: .
., Honorary bearers D. -
pall were 1'tie
Sawyer and Miss 1 : Ethel Francis delight
1I'ert'the were indulged in until it
l Rogers, W. W. Folti, Laurence Thompson Makes Proper Amends.The : was I
hosts of the evening. Miss I Pearl HASTE time to go home. Misses
NOT REST Keating and
NOT.U'lTHOVT
r Otto Wehner F. T Feck, J. 1 rtMaxon ; Plants find the
Shields sang two solos, which were new Daily News folder, one of : h..te. without rest Spaulding were the gracious hostesses
and Leon .
Despland.The highly enjoyed by the audience. Some 'the gee at labor-savers of the day, was : tiKttlu to thy breast; and quite young enough to be in pt'rff'ds'mpnthy i

sorrowing widow and daughter, word charades of three and four sylables or sunshine men and ladies
guard It well difference
the child same
have
I only the sympathy of acted 'little stubborn at the Heed
were by different persons for the outset it soon settled not flowers that round; the4
many lends in this their adopted city. audience to gue."s. The best one was down to business aad turned out bloom-
Bear It onward to the tomb.
by Miss Francis, ingratiate, she being 1 lepers folded ready for the "newsies' Report of Seabreeze High School between Armour's =
dressed in 'and for the in HASTE not Let no reckless deed
Oasolene Goes Down. gray, walked about the stageeating rapper rapid succession. fur a>e the spirit's speed. The senior members of the Seabreeze
an orange. In-gray-she-ate TUl'lSda's edition 1,500 copies, was fonder well and know the right. school comprise Misses Ethel Strother, Grow

The Standard Oil Co., has cut the School Superintendent A. O. Butts 'quickly disposed of, and it is the great Haste Forward noL then Tears with all thy might! Claire Tomlinson, Mamie Swartz and I Animal
S
f price of gasolene in Daytona one cent was in town on Tuesday visiting the advantages of such laborsaving devicesas Fur one reckless= action cannot dune.atone Jessamine Tomlinson. The following

per gallon. It is now twelve cents delivered. schools the folder that The Daily News is enabled
not. Time Is new pupils were enrolled last Monday: : Fertilizers. and
The new price was effeeth Mr. and Mrs. Edward to reach a large PEST sweeping by. DI
I Smith and constituency si* and dare before you die. Jeannett Kizcr: Julia Rawlins, loldie
f Friday of last week. daughter, of Worcester, Mass., have multaneou Something mighty and sublime Fix. i

( rented the new Weatherbee cottage,and Of course these several machines cos t Glorious Leave behind'tis to to live conquer for aye.time. Those receiving 100 percent, in de Dig i others as you do

arrived Wednesday fur the winter a snug sum of money, but the public When these forms have passed away. portmentRuth I
CoatI's'innifred
Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Halhvk and
F. Merritz and family arrived this wants an up to-date paper and The not A and Alfred : between
Irving Knowltnu of Miller Place, HASTE, : rest not: calmly wait man Strother. a juicy
week at their cottage Daily News to hear the storms of fate.
this
near the hotel, proposes supply field The last
L. I", arrived Saturday and are comfortably where I Duty te thy polar guide. monthly report of Seabreeze I
they will spend the 'intt'r. Mr. Do the right hatter betide. school reads as follows Two Crops
: :
settled
for the winter highest
"> Merrits is of Clyde Haste steak and a dry
the has not
rest
their home manager golf grounds, Morgan entered the ; not. Conflicts past averages in each grade of the I
on north Palmetto avenu e. also of the baseball club. employ of Carroll's Good shall crown: thy work at last. Seabreeze I
grocery. -Schiller.I High School. 12th grade-Ethel Strother !
I
The town is making extensive crust of bread. .
repairson 91;; Jessamine Tomlinson, 88. 11th :

W. C. Bowes was in the city from the approach to the beach: which ........................................NNMNVOTES grade-Carl Burgmtn: 91; Fay Stewart,

! Port Orange Wednesday. was undermined ago causing by it the to cave high tides in. They sometime I GOOD FOR 5 j 84 Mattie 10th Johnson grade, -S4.France 9th grade-Alfred Sparber, 80; Manufactured in Jacksonville

; The railroad will use a large amount of I logs: and a Strotber, 91; Ruth Coates, K2. Sth
carpenter gang are carload: of cement.of IS Tin
making repairs! to the platform The Belle of Bulow brought down 150 grade Leona Eager ton. 93; Sallie Hol
BUSH I
AND AFFORD land.90 7th grade-Gladys Wonnacott
the
passenger depot.DAYTONA boxes of oranges Tuesday, from Mound
90
Cochran

Grove from the there.first consignment of the season PIANO CONTEST Ruth; :tewart Keating, 90; Elsie, 00. Coates Cth grade-, 90. .*.****..*.***.w**.w**.w**.www.........#*..*.*.*.*.T*|

INSTITUTE.TWIJITTMIKTH 5th grade-LeoU Coburn, &S; Clifford

VIM TBAR. The stiff wind interspersed with These votes cast for ___ __ Butler, 87. 4th grade-Mabel 1 Sims. 86;! i M. ELLA DE VOY CO. I
I 8. ELIXABKTH BTOITKK, Principal I Helen O'Xeal, 83rd
grade-Rosa
I No. Seminal Houtb block.ol Orange.Beach Street. rain squalls was the cause of motor Each issue the Gazette-News will publish one of these coupons. \ King. 93; Carroll O'Xeil, 92. 2nd grade I LADIES' HATTERS | i'

Class and Individual Instruction.: j cars remaining in garages Thurs- It must be Toted within 7 days. December 5, loo.i. .George Holland, 94; Margaret Oliver J I

Th lag LaaxnacM of PupUj.Medlnc, Klocvlioa.ipecUl DrmwUf.OoAeb.J Ulrauur -|jdaj. .i ...............................r...................I.:-lIc:1en 91 :1st grade GN'y,92-Agnes, 89. Chart class I i j Correct In Styles. / llrTMliriln-I !, lujtunii.RICHARD OPE1.1.. Till MiARNuKSoulli :.
; Floyd llcrrick ,
*sad Cunmt JCrcti. 92. $..........$4.......................................1





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Jerome D. Maley sustains a Iou V TViVV; V

: in the death of his.Jereey cow. t -j' MAJOR.JAMfS A. HENDRICKSACClliENTAY I ; :oooooooof :

L. J. Waite.-of
( BellevilU. N. Y
arrived Sunday night and will speni I Z;, SeabreezeI f
; the winter with his JOE J OSBORNE
i son, L. M. Waite
I News

the HoteL genial proprietorof the Despland IJL7 KILLED BY GUN'I ,


Goo. M. P. Holt -. -_ -
one of the -

i._ are Laving Xmas preaaside. hare! and usually among the first wgu-of Seabreeze Dec. l.-C. F. Burgmat New Stetson Trustees. A Prominent CitizenDeparted. Sanitary Plumbing Heating and :
our winter
visitors
to arrive spent part of Saturday and
i = Why not ? reached Sunaay al
p& you Daytona last Saturday from New Smyrna. At a meeting to the trustees of tie ,
hid a more up-to-the-minute field Mass. Spring- John B. Stetson University held at

;,than at present. Don't hare C. A. Ballough left Sunday afternoon DeLand, Tuesday of last week. A. I

r for goods until you get them. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. O'Brien and for Washington, D. C., where he will Freeman, of l'hiladelphia, a grad Ventilaling

:-"t; *=B. ItowE & Co., The Jewelers. daughter, Aline, Mrs. O'Brien's join his family who are well established IT. of Rossiter I'nivrrsity, Johns Without Warning the Final Sum

father, Mr. Roberts in a new borne i in one of the suburbs ol University and the University
;::1 and B. P. Pel-
Mansfield Ohio ettiormed the Capitol city. Mr. Ballough says he of Chicago, and Rev. Dr. mons Came-The City in
# aW. Blymyer, an auto party on a trip
;:{;t jib. the city fur the season as usual. to DeLand Sunday. back means to try city life, but expects to IK William Q. Rosselle. pastor of the Deep Mourning. Gas Plants Installed.
< at Seabreeze within a year's time, Fifth: Baptist Church, of Thiladel Complete
"
: !adrian Yates and daughter, Miss W. H. Wright recently completed Mr. and Mrs. Ballough have maria' phia. were elected to fill the h"o'' .

ji.a. were Saturday visitors from several sign-board notices, 4x0( feet friends i in Seabreeze who wish them vacancies on the I uard of trusties.NOTICE. The report yesterday about dusk that Plumbing and Heating Supplies. 'r
Major J. A.Hendricks bad been fatally
down in size. to be
Estoad by boat.
; ('Omw placed in the Mosquito every success in their new home.
... shot and found leaning upon a wire fenceon
k Inlet Reservation -- -
JF01Ir-cy1inder touring car for against trespassers. as a warning. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Swift, who are the outskirts of town, flew like wildfire Brass and Galv. Pipe and Fittings. t
pleasantly located
: : Inquire at The Bennett tf on Atlantic avenue, i. and the truth of the startling reportwas
Ernest Kreitzberg and returned Saturday from several days Notice is hereby given that the Annual quickly verified The suddennessof
of
f'-'For: sale, large coal stove', incondition family, outing at New Sm'rna.Miss Meeting' of the Stockholders of the
Echo, Ij- *., are occupying their so shocking an accident startled the f
Beed, Knox Jt Reed beheld ;
Lena : l'omplnyiH Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps.
a bargain. h.cIreatFrince Tomlinson
je1ect ; residence on Yolusia avenue purchased spent Thnnkh'ing : at Jloumlcrcne. ia Co.. Fla city throughout iU length and has been
: George Hotel) dl I IV 1.P' last season of 0. II. Focte with her parents on 1'inewood ave on Monday, De<'enil>er 7th 1908. at the absorbing subject of comment since.
returning Sunday to her nliool dutiesat <>:00 o'clock a. m. I.. 13. KNOX: Rams.
tfh.D.V'. Riggs. of Pitll>bur Pa., They came in last Saturday.FoR Bulow. :t President The faets of the deplorable accidentas Niagara Hydraulic ; :

'h again a gnest of The Deapland for __ ___ u_ ___ gathered by the News are these: Ma- 1 t
REXT-Furnished The
Xonatta
'; :-lie! .winter, having arrived in the Ridgewood. reasonable rent cottage by year.on avenue has torn cottage taken on by Pinewood Theodore DR. T. A, DAVIS jor o'clock Hendricks in the morning left home for about a bird hunt eight, Ireland Pipe Wrenches. j I!

f,':crjr.Saturday. Enquire Mrs. Brower, southeast Ronschedach and family, who armed PANTHEROPISTThe expecting to take leisure day of it, and .

'\>VJLD.Parrish and sster' Miss Dora corner Loomis and Palmetto. from the north last week. latest, safest and most scientific carried a lunch with him. His journey- 1 <

have SN'nre.1 for Mrs. E. L. Potter and little daughter method of treating the nek. Includes ings through the day are not known, but
:P3prrish rooms Thos.
ILVbiteL president of the every drugless system. Osteopathy,
: Vtto.*nnter in the Roiby building White Co., manufacturers of the c-K,- arrived; I last week from New York and Scientific MIL"8gl''I.ml'n and children at about 3:30 o'clock Messrs Leon Dee JOE OSBORNE The Plumber

<&8e th Beach. Street.qi'hlast brated White steamers, arrived Tuesday joned Dr. Potter at their hand.some a specialty. Examination free. pland, J. D. Maley and S. W. O'Brien ,
-' home on Ocean boulevard.Mrs. Corner opjosite ixxstotlicr, I Daytona) heard a mutlled gunshot but it attractedno ,

of Bootl 't Zoo, "Tom," accompanied by Mrs. White, and Brigham and lIOn Harry, are in Reach. particular attention and was only recalled -
I.. whiskered will again occupy the Ra son cottage ------- --- Phone 96. II Orange Avenue.
ftbt'white monkey' hast on South Beach stalled in their new bungalow on Valley when the dead body of Major !
stl'l't't.The
lOld, Commodore .1. 1!. Allen street.A Hendrick was found by Mr. Despland

llJe....i i the purchaser. Shoemaker building was I. Miller returned with his family Daytona Tin and on the latter's grounds about five o'clock 1 :.O '

Q- tactically completed this week and from Eustis Friday and has taken the The body lay across a wire fence, the
J Jackson visitor in
$$ C. was a
: R L. Smith, real estate, is occupyng Walker cottage on the beach for the instrument of death, an improved ham- ........................
\D jtona Monday. Mr. Jackson .............................
the north half, while Mrs. Catherine season. merless shot gun, clenched in his hand, .
; 'ipf it last the State winter Mutual here in Life the Insur-intergtf Millar will probably take possession Rev G. II. Haigh and wife arrived Sheet MeblVorks the muzzle yet against his body.It I Go to : V

of the south half some time Friday from Elmira N. Y.and are comfortably seems clear from the surroundingsthat

lTifflC Company, of Rome, Ga. I his week.' established at Elmira cottage, it was purely accidental. .A r>alm -

tt, John Blymyer' arrived Saturday I LIVERT FOR SILE-My time is on Valley street, for the winter.Mr Tin Gutter- <.tto log lay against the fence on one I CONRAD GROCERY CO. I
I so
Roofing side and ditch the other side.
d'joined Mrs. Blymyer at their idly occupied' with DeLand bus- ?. Rawlings and daughter Miss Julia a was upon : ,
my
:' '.. on Palmetto avenue. Mr. mesa that I desire to sell arrived in a party with Rev. Haigh Major IIl'ndricks evidently stepped

..:"...'Ryrayer's. brother him G. W.the Blymyer winter business at Seabreeze. The my livery bus-: and he are installed. at Elmira cottage fort ing, Copper Work, upon when the he log received and was the crossing contents the of fence one : for your Pet (Cream) Milk, ((5; small cans for 25c, :
to season.Miss
'iKoompanied spend
ual ness consists of what is known as Free and mother arrived from barrel, the load entering his left shoulder : to go on yourToasted :
; he "Haigh Stable." Address Tanks of all kinds
W. the north the latter of last week) tearing through the base of his neck,
part Corn Flakes Post Toasties i ii
::1Fog RENT-Furnished cottage. 0. Cannons, DeLand, Fla. 25-tf and have taken a suit of rooms in Mrs severing arteries and jugular vein and i ,

Dr. P. H. Bennett. tf Deputy Sheriff E. L. Smith arrested W as. n'8 cottage on Valley strec t. All l t.ilulIf repairing done in firM- emerging at back of neck. Death must Puffed Rice Wheat Berries or i

.., Nelson colored Mr and Mr. M. It. J Know!Hon arrived class have been almost instantaneous as therewas i t
Long, at !ht\le. Prompt attentiongirrn
Vet Cave has been delayed in the [
Sunday from Old Orchard, Me.. and
,
work at his cigar factory: hy the non- Crescent City on the charge of abduction have taken apartments in the J\Jo\\lturI to all \\(irk. Justice no sign Titus of struggle., ex-oHkio coroner, viewed : Triscuit, all at lOc each. i : I'

.arrival of hoards and which and he was bound over to block, up stai.II .
I '. should have been bf'rfsome presses time he Criminal Court by Justice H. T. Shop Xo. HI I l South; Si net. I\a .t"Ja.: the body and his conclusion was thatdeath I S. W. Biscuit anil Quaker Oatmeal.( ) 2 for 25c. : ":
.f: .II.I.................. was due to the accidental disharge :1
TituR."ilie! and harmon Lee Cream of Wheat Kalston Breakfast Food :
ago.! Curl Raton i is now in the em- of the above recited. Th ) or
: of Mr. Cave.'W' were held for perjury in the same Notices : Brown & Coleman. ( gun as
ploy ('aSP. : Legal body was at once removed to the under. Petit John at 15r each. i

.; Cherry olive hedges furnished ............................ taking establishment of Bingham &: Ma- i. Hum ford Baking [Powder, 1 pound) can 25c. :
eDr. Houghtnn dentist end and received attention.
west hey proper
ind planted anywhere in Daytona >ron
the peninsul.i.. Address Win South Bridge.Peck block, phone! 3=?. I Notice of Application for Tax Deed 69 Bestf4ROSE5 Major Hcndricks came to Daytona six i 1
The Conrad
Eck, City. :20? -St Joe Walton th negro against Under Section 8 of Chapter 4ss years ago last April, and found the Grocery Company .
whom bill for I Laws of Florida atmosphere so congenial and salubriousand
true
a manslaughterwas i i
H. Norton and family are in the returned by the recent grand :Notice hereby given that J. W the surroundings: so inviting that henimedlatcly E. T. Conrad .v. Co's. old stand.

city from Palatka. where Mr. Norton jury and his case turned over to Wilkinson. 1393: dated, purchaser the 7lh of day Tax of CertificateNo. June/ A. determined to make this :..................................................4.

lias been entnped! in the trucking the criminal court, was before the D. 1899 has filed said certificate/ in my Fiw ANI non his future homo.Ho -- -
business. Having disused of his court Monday to have his bond fixed office, and has made application for 7y TO SKI BEST IEH.TS. was born in Athens, Alabama, in
interests there he is'desirous of hosting for his at the December tax deed to issue in accordance with I A..i mat Flaw_.k....OH'. I S-I7. where ho grew to manhood and '
appearance law. Said certificate embraces the following A Meet FIirdr.tml Ewlr cv l fc hi ofOnamwoL
here to continue in the same term of tbe court. The court fixed described situated in C Shade Crea.Hedge*ifld Shrub, was l-duratlod. He then took up a residence -
property
bns'mess.t a.,,.ln in TcnnoNSo, but it was not what r' BUSINESS ANDPROFESSIONAL L'"i I IC. j jI
he bond at $2,500, and Joe is still Vo usia County, Florida, to-wit: WDSWIIISICIIS in ruxmc rue rtmnn I
Ln jail and likely to rt'main-De- Lot 4. Section 1C. Touship South. c....._ atmlof co( ROM,Onunundl ,..* he wanted so he removed to Louisville,
SAVED AT LisT-TLe Adam SchantzfXK Land Record. Range 3.1: East. Th said land being assessed .nd Nul r,,,. Free. Kentucky and began business,,, careeras

\ \ baa just received a full supplyof at the date of the issuance of -THE-. : CHUT1NC.. J.'SWVV,7 BBOS... co..lII.-a traveling salesman for a firm of that -

i incandescent lamps. -Lr- -_riI of such II.certificate M. Clity. in Unless the name said of certificate the heirs city.l.ill' making Louisville his headquarters I C. BOIIANNONPhysician : I Fitzgerald & Oates


J. W. and Ifc 0. Reese of Secondavenne I Doings I deed t-hall be will it-dot issue'mod thereon according on the to:21st law.! day tax. Phillip E. who survives ho met him.and This married wa 28 the years wife and Surgeon Attorneys at Law I

.. while out in their launch of JPc'mher, A. I). 1DOX.Witness II
.; last.Tnesday landed on the peninsula I at Daytona I my olliFIarid&I' rilomwJKiii ago-l.VNO.Froni Office over the Atwood Pharmacy, Social Attention Land to Examining Titles. and

about a mile south of the South this the 20th day of Novinlr.. A. D., Kl Ida Louisville\ IIP moved West to I each street, Daytona, Fla. Perfecting V
Beach SAM'L: D. JORDAN, I .
1911( $ Colorado and engaged in the mining
Bridge just before dark and killed L Voluia >i IIou-Mi, Telephone No..74. I Conrad Block DAYTONA FLA.
Clerk Circuit Court, ; : County, <; r business but this did not prove satisfactory .,, ,
a fin* rattler over six feet in length$ __ ___ Florida. (SEAL) ---
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home intending r.J- H. 1IAML1N, Deputy Clerk. ::: so he returned to Louisvile and Fish
which they brought By : ( "rirli. 1iinUlsLANDIS Bert
Daytona Beach, Doc.1.-Mr.and Mrs. V again, after a time, drifted back to his IH. J. SC11NILDI1 1l j
to the skin. Savannah. 1
preserve (rni. L. Fix and family arrived the latter Notice of Application f. r Tax Deed 'r.LI .L--JU Tampa.MASONIC hi'nttState, whenlie assumed charge of : [ & I ISIII
302 North HidgewoodPhone
JFoR SU.E-Three heating stoves part of last week from Boswell, Ind., Under Section S of Chapter 4888 all commissaries of the Tennessee Coal, I I Attorneys at Law

cheap. Enquire nf Peter .J. Doyle and have taken one of the Brush beach Laws of Florida. DIRECTORY. Iron and Railway Company. 193, Daytona Florida.

South Ridgewood l avenue. 2fi-tf cottages for the season. Notice is: hereby given that the Equitable II \1.\X I.uiiosia.. HI, F. A. M -- I Something like seven years ago his I|I j (',PmrtlrlnK.uns. 1ii ii|In urrrlmlnal all .state business and Federal lilY'
have Building and LunD Company of Meets Kt and :.nl Thur...U>!. Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 1"0 i careful. attention. Special faclllllrt
who
Mr. J. F. Dunn and family, health became involved and be decided
Mr. and Mrs. Dwiaht) R Still man Daytoua purchaser of City of Daytona II*I.I FAX ( \HTKR.: No. i.: It. A. I- for Intt-Mlgatlnii and perfecting tltln.I' .
arrivals.W been: occupying ()et'an'illa for two Tax Certificate No. -I.. dated the .">th dayof :Mi>pM aid Thursdar I upon a milder climate with the result 6 to 8 p. m. l>eliul. "'Jorlda. I
were among Satursy's years past will move to Daytona this August A. D., 1106! has tiled said tint|Mwn4lli::''iiT.\.Thurstla.T is>MMANHEKYNo' : T.- I that he closed out his interests at Bessemer -

.They were accompanied by Mrs. 'week. certificate/ in my office, and has made I.IVKltAK t'U.\I..fEIt.: S". :I, O. E:. H.-. Ala., and came to this city. He RAWLINGS :! itaacA.i5teart Kg ford ElyS1irAl.l
d. (
McCorrason and Mrs. Hailey, who application for tax deed to issue in acC'trdance :Meets JnU and 4th Tufxlitys DI?. I
; H..v. J. B. Harris, of Wilmore, Ky.. I took over the mercantile house and & BLY
-: will the winter with them, with law Said certificate embraces \IIIIO..t In Masonic Hall orant;** anue i
; spend
5 the White House duringhis of J. It. Hill and at once entered
at the described stock
was a guest following propirtysituated -
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and Bert West, who will fill the ------ Physician & Surcjeon. I
Da'tona'oluia County, I
ii stay in the city. in upon| an important business career! on Lawyers
I
of The Stilhnan OSTEOPATHY.Mt. .
of
position porter : Florida, to-wit: I
1.x
will
Cement sidewalk laying continued Ih'adll'trcet.
: during die season. Lots I and 2, block 2. sub-lot, block J C'. IIKUM: : AN.<;.riKlimt unil.T A,,. Office on Volusia avenue first door Oflic next door to Bank Building,
from C. G Smith's corner to &-a- 25, in the City of Daytona. The said T. still. Kountlcr of ostcojiailiy at Kirkscnsoii ,... Because of his prominence and inter- IVl.nnd, florida I
FOB RENT OR SAI.K:-Furnished breeze avenue on the cast side of the land being assessed at th- date of the \111'. Io, .1 e.-t in city affairs his fellow citizens west of Hankins Pharmacy. V

cottage 107 Orange avenue, I.. D. tm-t, and cm the west side of the street issuance of such certificate in the name tlbth: Kt l>n>tona. Located on. I elected him to the city council, where he
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of I. and B. Morg-m. Tnles: said certificate Voluslneniie.. .1'1..11.| | the CalilesT
Pitcher, next door east. tf will IK-laid from the S abrezf bound- / shall bv redeemed aiconlinn to ....
the ary line to Dr. Ksch's property| corner law, tax deed will issue thereon the 2Hh! i 1.a.I T littciiilant. I' He was a member of the Florida East:
J. A. Galioury, who was in of Valley street and Seabreeze avenueThidwillbe day of December. A D. 190S. Con-st Automobile Association and be- Physician and Surgeon
last week in regard to the waterworks Witness oHiciil signature and seal ,.
city improvement overpresent my of the V
diseases
a great to
I A. I). cause of his interest in the association Special attention Abstract fiirnl-l) Hl and
5 Novcmlier: ,
matter, was in Daytona ; sidewalks which are usually this the 27th day I I Roses and Ornamental vice of that body. Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office V fd. Ma|>*. Plat and tltI..rrect.1
SAM'L. H. JOJW.\\ I Wits chosen president .
190S. I :3rd I i.llKl. Ifa-rt tl.h t'rt'I;r
when little more I and residence. Magnolia a\enne.
it was: a absenceof ;
years ago with sandspurs in the exertion uue largely the
overrun Clerk Circuit Court Volut-ia County, I To his was I I".y and Treat opposite
than forest and had not seen door west of P. O., telephone S2. llnuk, Iftjtml Kla.
virgin I
the residents. during the bummer Florida. (A-al) I Shrubbery. I building of the road to New Smyrna. mince buuri a m. to C p. m.
: it since that visit At that time he I
months. (First Pub. July IS) : I' lie was a prominent Mason, and the
',' made I he acquaintance I). D. A party from Washington I). C., arrived Notice of Final Discharge. All triP lest varieties' (.r winter 1,10011I'ing Lust sad rites in his honor will be under G. A. KLOCK I D. D. & c. HOGllS I
I'
Rogers, W. II. Kdmondson and iii,' New Seaside Inn the latter I grafted Roses: adapted to Florida;;
at six month of the local Masonic order.
Notice (is l hereby' given that the auspices Civil I
earliest settlers here. part of last WI'f.k viz. Mr. and Mrs. A. after date to-wit: on the 20th day of also oilier ornamental plants! trees aiu: The funeral will be conducted from the Physician and Surgeon nginccrs

eMills Lunch is now open. S. KessU-r.H. F. Jones and A. W. Boyd. I January. A. D.! 1909.! I will present my Mirubliery All ,,'nn IS guarintee house to-niorrow at 2:30 o'clock.Vhiy Special attrntlun II Urn to Mseaie* of I DAYTONA and I
th final accounts to the Hon. J. Lee Me <)(r'8 (
enthusiastic over and cared for
+ Irmiiiil-i; prrpartd plants Utncc
They arc very \'"IuslCnullt '. the Eye and Fitting of (lisiwe. MIAMI FLA.
Win: Linquist:2fll? assistant keeper and surf bathing.The Crory, County Judge ) over Olobe clothing !store. orHcr boura'
fishing and ask for discharge a. adminjitrator l- I
.. er at the Ponce Park light-house has crossing at the corner of Grand- Florida, of the Estate my of Harriet E.J J. B. HINSKY, "-\ do you pay five.dollars for : to 8 a. in.I to Jo p. m., ; t.. S;'" p. >... Daytr-nn OIT.ee/ Established: 1875 I

:; been' transferred to the ,T Jupiter llt !. view and SU-abm-ze avenue is being Meisner, decea-sed. yc ur piano work when you can be- DAYTONA.- _FI.A.. -- --- -

s'.. and Perry Williams carried the shelb-d. of CII.the\ Extateof. McNARV Harriet, "TII E PINES: I Hire sUI erior work for three at the M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. I). V 1 I.: S. MALL

fc- keeper and his family and household' )Dr. Van Valzah and S. I,:. Morris hada ; E.:Administrator Meisner. South IiiJgc\vm l ave, n.1) ,t ma., Halifax Music I ", House, Beach St. :!'i-:1

I f> effects from light to light in his very successful two day bunt in the I i Thi July IS, 1908.! ,I 1 Homeopathic Physician :;; Architect and Builder.Ofii. .
I
launch. The light-house department Hat woods, on the DeLand road, tie .
to the' (First pub. July 4) I dKROFA CENTURY No. 453 North Beach h Strw t. I
bugged A
ORMOKETW
will send a new man latter part of the week. They : :
i ilo almetto Avenue
of Final Discharge. Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30: and 0:00: 21J'j
Ponce Park station at once. fifty-fix quail and shot a number of foxsquirrels. I Notice :

1- The Doctor says the wood* Notice i il hereby given that six month : ... We Kave Leen su.ppljingtL 7:30.Telephone No.. 122. !I Daytona.I ) I rlorida.IJll. .
Automobile tires and inner lulxs afterdate, to-wit: on the 4lh day tf II II I
Oliver's are full of game. I January A. D., 190'\ ), 1 will present my needs of MacrunftT)j u. ey". I
: vulcanized at garageS Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and Mrs." Join accounts to the County Ju.I lge If Volu.i.ti I I \uLI..1

:t- Messrs. John Maley and Oaunce son's father, Mr Baldwin, who srx-nt I i County Florida, and ask' for my die! V., We carrj alarge stof.tf O/ Daytona Private I Hospital A. ( )': :

/. and) Misses Sarah Lund and Florencef last winter here, are Tnt arrivals, and charg- as administrator of the estate of V 'V PORTABLE 5OSTAroNAgYElNEsbL., and Sanitarium :

Sunday to the Ablass cottage.Mr. I! John Stevens, del-rased..I.i V LRSSia.htlHs. oil VIerj. d.\\'ork1\thlwi-; he ntim-nt I OS'1 1:01: Will Intlfr.wn
Maley made a run. are locattil at i This July 4, WU3, oo Every facility fort proH-r ...
I Gamble's dock in two hours in Mr. and Mrs. Ife-chlVr had a pleasant. I }'. J. Xlnn: Zsrisf V launch Keen Kutter. Enjoying day at Port Orange and New SmyJna A>lni Ut rlitur f. yiui-T. OTtCr. 1U quIet surrounding. Moeclkl .tt,-iillimclTo I .\ Rtsil.lirig.8o. ;,
Maley's the .... ...... e.NTt 05 CAThL SV( ShiMAbBY to all patient Term. on :; I 11.-ac!, :Str.it.I .
under I'
ras.lSeaebt. AI'PII'\
luncheon
aUolI No \
.. heartily a ;'UU'.I3) ; Notice of Final Discharge.Notice COMPANY <<: Iir.O. A. KIXCKPbyslclau
; live oaks they returned and made' ac E\'anl.l'h! Harris lofrd a two \\" 'k.srcival is hereby Jinn that the undersigned In Cbarge.DIx. .
,
t run to the inlet and came back in (MT\ie hero Sunday evening, I administratrix of the estate of( t iuarQRs'lrs s-r ATLAKTA G5A. I I
will six months after DK.BOIIANNON'SPrivate I J ( > : : ;
for St. Jennie Bru.sh, V
3.: the gloaming. Peck and left he has Monday an Augustint"1 I date, to-\\it-on the 2nd day of Febru, .......................... ..... ........+........+... W. A. (iOVLI : Sanitarium
Fun SALE nu RENT-The whore ary. H10!). present her final account tll : I
and series of meetings. So great ass I of VohiMa County,. I Dentist
other Judge
Beach street the County
.
place of all
corner For the treatment
II. aroused by Mr. lIarris'lprf'arhing together with the'ou..ht'f1I.. and; OTTO A. SPIES
interest Florida :
I of W. been the
I/iarais inquire .....
avenue; tf that tinchurch has been i I ask for a final discharge a* Mich adminBUIWH Kklfvouod, aid V".lu-l. Medical and Sorglcal C
: Peek: f fflce: J'orner Phone 74.C. .
..tratrix.I 2J! South Bath Street,
'!"{ crowded beyond mating capacity at : SHOEMAKER.AJminLtratrix: : North Beach Street I
New Smyrna EDITH : 107 .
i J. Piclcns: Turner. .. C. BOHAN.NON, M. D
Ikach. PHONE 8'.J
skids Daytona .
hag been in'the city lubricating I
!. 1, 190S.
This August _
for the removal of the DeLand CourtHouse and
1 Maker
-t Mattress
-' : ad clerk's offices to New BuildingLots: For Sale."I NOTICE.- Upholsterer, ROY HOWt! l'I'I S. II.'l( :
.
:;. 4 Smyrna. He has quite confident a contract he offer for sale lots :2? and :3 t,block I, Notice executor hereby of the Jinn estate' that the of undersigned Imur.J : .I Carriage Trimmer. I Physician and Surgeon.Office Architect Builder and I ;
'
f"on his bands but
: seems
Coleman's addition to Daytona. Miller, drt-easeil will six months at te .
.1 Contractor .
:' tMntrs ,> ? of MarttiA. and residence: 123 :So Hidgr-
mill r +
; ,:... be able tn Mart: lji"c desirable date, to wit on the 211th day '
most
.:' .. :ill due process of time. When I These are among the D, 1909, present his final aee'iiintstogether :t A I full and Complete Line Upholstery Materials. ; wood Avenue, opp Ridgewo'Kj HoI KonlemeandofiVe! northeast corner -
:
: .Pickens notion of this sort in I vacant lots left on Ridgewood with his vouchers, ancllL..lthal tel. Phone 175. Office hours 'J to I'idgewood &lId'olusia ave.Phone .
gets a J i
71"' an ,
Ha.
,:$:. 'i his mind it sticks like court plasteithat avenue.' A fine location for a nice the same be di'rharJI'I1 allowed and s.4 such approved f'xt'C'utorEmlliH V. First Class Work. Prompt Delivery. I 11 a. zn.,2to4snd 6:30 to 8 p. m. fc9. Daytona j'

itsacinebf tf that he be MIJ.I.JH: ...............................SS..4.....
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and .
; : toa pretty irl'slip isact home. For prices address 190S. Executor'. :...............................4......4VV ..... .. ..... I r...........
the seat controvesy Mich. This Sept. 23rd,
>.' 'd: county Guy S. Brown, Central Lake,
disposed of by any means.

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FREE SAMPLES OF WALL. PAPER :-i FJui THE %INTER MN N ( + () E

Doings I r IekCri j.I j. 1
t -J I Jill
d breeze
NEW Wall: Paper aninriting will A POST day itatinjr CARD room to- p Sea at Daytona Day

lifmml rooms into *n .ttr yoo intend papering will M News SCHEDULE Beach
cd l'e cheerful home. trinz you uonplef free.U I
We place at door t youintend iotiDAtnq I
the prinlege: your of tclccOODI end for price*.nd color. be turned on
from the brveit card. We have' ANNOUNCED Daytona Beach, Dec. -o.A.. Talley I
PAINT, and
and most varied itock daiD!< in cm Seabreeze, D.'e. 2.-C. C. Gillett is conductor on the East Coast extension
money
the South. are you December I 1908.
having cement front walk laid at his is expected here on a visit to his familysoon. i ,
PIpm ts. Writ fir IpKJ, rd110t11Nq 11 home on Halifax avenue. I II .

\ Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Kocherspergerentcrtained & I The Florida East Coast Railway The neat new sign put up at Mr. This will give the citizens of Daytona I
COMPANY adt.oavwe: tu. ,
1ti .m w. 8., sL BALFRCONROV a nun.l>er of friends at their Will Run Four Through Phillips' office, on Seabreeze avenue, is .

teach home The Seminole lastThunu'jday (I Ir attraction. Mr. Gwinner of Daytona.did Seabree/e and ]Daytona) Beach Qn opportunity '
evening: Mr. and Mrs. Kocherslarger I Trains Each Way. the"ork.. II

_- ..ao tJttDO 00. G .*... ) are the most genial and painstaking :. \ Mrs. I. B. Young and daughter Miss I to operate I .'..

D. ncBRIDeproMcot J. B. CONRAD F. N.f'fI\RAD W host; and hostess and the evening NEW I1 CARD tmCTlVEMl.[ Virginia, of Lexington, Ky., are spending ;
vrce-Pre.. M : passed delightfully. The guests lingered I their first: season in Florida, and are
BANK" ftA. on the verandah for some time enjoying well pla.. ed with the climate and loca i Electric Fans, Flat Irons Machines\ I

I MERCHANTS the beautiful play of the phosphorescent According to the advanced schedule: I tion. I

II light on the surf after which of information issued! by the Ilorida W. W. of Cleveland
: | Balkwell. Ohio. and motors of various kinds.( The :
0 (BRAKCII Or VoLFHIA CoCHTT BAKK) adjourned to th- parlors where i operating
they I
of trains which will
East Coast railway npent a few hours at Daytona Beach
Capital Stoch............................................ ? !50)00; ) : C : several rnique games were introduced be operated over its road effective! Jan- ; Sunday{ the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Can of motors by electricity is clean I j

I Surplus and Profits ... ..... ............ ... ... ......... .rMlGT, Q' much to the: merriment, of the partici uary 4, 1909, six trains daily will be .'. Johnson. Mr. Balkwell left :Sunday;

Four per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time Certificates ( pants. Frizswere given for alertness operated between Jacksonville and :St. I night on a tour farther South, but expects and economical. Ask us

of Deposit. No notice required for withdrawals and beautiful cournge. Mrs.wood Woodward pitcher B.won F.a Augustine four between' Jacksonvilleand I to return !later in the season. I

I I orange Miami, two between Jacksonvilleand A. S. lIarroun is in kOLightOPlant
i
building
garage
For BilD-hi. a gentleman's silk handkerchief Knights Key during the coming I j
Safe Deposit Boxes Rent. I and Mrs Langworthy a choice tourist season. the Vandevorde rear of his is doing residence the mason property.work.A. j Adam Sdiantz

......Qa .oo >. allotment of hells. A dainty course This year the Seaboard Air Line's ,
,, Mrs. and Mrs. J. II. Dresser and children
Y luncheon 'Il.sprwd in the dining room, Florida Limited and the Atlantic Coast I

: -...-.-.--.-. .... ...-.. .-....-.. .......................... and good music was furnished by pho- Line's New York and Florida (- < arrived and will from Peekskill their. N.1'home., yesterday 1',. L. ill'NN General Manager. ;
: nograph. The guests present were: Dr the two handsome tourist trains lI'1 I occupy) on : J

f Bond Lumber and Mrs Totter Mr. and Mrs. Herrick. the east are operated from New York to Ocean avenue. Mr. Dresser purchasedthis NNIt+.NtNNNN.N'NNtil..tir b tft ti00EN01tNN '
: Company i Mr. and Mrs. Langworthy Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville on a twenty-four hour property of the Arnold estate last
Mr.[ and Mrs. Mr. and I I spring and had it remodeled daring the
MANUFACTURERS: OP Waggoner Haigh schedule, while the Over Sea Limited ..RRRRRRRreetAraaaaaa R.RARtR* *****.*.***......
i Mrs Woodward Mesdames Bianchi and summer. .
between Jacksonville and Knights Key M .
i ROUGH AND DRESSED ... ... &!rnard. Dr. Cove and Miss Sonntag will be operated on a schedule, which Dr. Kseh, attending physician for Mrs. { Have your Picture Frames made at esesne's Kodak Place, next'
'. PINE AND CYPRESS MOJTS. Knappe) Bianchi and Terwilligcr. will make connections at the Key with ( Goddard who had the misfortune to

: i T. .F. Evernden M. D., office at his the Peninsular and Occidental steamers dislocate her shoulder in 1fall from a t door to the Prince George (Hotel Beach Street near Third Avenue. i

Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick Lime t tand home on Oakridge boulevard and sailing for Havana and arriving tht'reb't'ntyfh.e she bicycle is getting a week along or two nicely.ago. reports that

Office and Ycrdi K.fct C'oai will answer calls day or night. :2C-3 hours and ten minutes after I
R. H. LESESNE
Cement in OtOCK. : Florida. :
Railway and orange Avenue f Dr. and Mrs. Ceo. L. Farrell daughter leaving Jacksonville.This Mrs.[ C. L. Horn will be I.t.tltl'at a Daytona,

: HiLt.N-BondMlll.Atlantic Coa.tUn.Ry..100 mllei tontb of Jackionvlllo. Miss Marguerite and mother Mrs. Jas. means that New York is now meeting of the Ladi s' Aid of the M F. t,**.*.*****.*s...***.*...** 4. es..a.aa....4i.4W44 It
Kalamazoo.on Manford Branch of tbe F. E.C. Ky. I McGregor are comfortably located in fifty-two hours and ten minutes from church at her home on Peninsula Drh.e.Mrs. .

1: 'f Phone 83 R. J. MALBY Manager. the Gilmore cottage, on Halifax ave., Havana. It seems<< almost incredibleyet Thos. Goodall and maid I. Miss
it is an actual fact, made possible Goodwin arrived from the North ;yesterday .
.... ... ...... ..... ..... .... ...... ... .... .*.* 11N for the wjnter. Mr (i mid
lr K. 1). Ijingworthy is having a cement by the advanced methods! of railroading. and joined dall ton,

-..... .+..-.................**..*4*.........**...... sidewalk laid in front of his residenceon SOtTHBOt'ND Ernest t. at their home on Ptnit.-ult 1/ LARGE IIJ.USIJIA11D: \

2 J. B. GARRISON 2 boulevard.W. Drive. /3 CALMOGUE MAILED FREE
Ocean Tr. i. No. 87, known as the Over-Sea
1v.11'otl, who is skilled in woodcarving Limited will leave Jacksonville at 3:20p. : Mr. G.; Sweeney has improved hispretty sll aolll. lrtJlam r' T ${.8
: A close examination of electrical : yw to 0. w aawr.
I ;, is designing: some handsome home on Coates avenue by .
putting -y-----
: work finished and charged for : side boards for the Clarendon. m., arriving at Daytona at 7:0: p. m. w.M A11 Ikli7
:
up neat wire fence arts M
2 This train will run to Knights Key, arriving -
from this shows how
shop squarl'-[ ends
1 2 (Dr. Ilougl.ton dentist west there at .:30 a. m. Mr. and Mrs Chanter who spent last ..---E r.}; !. .!.i 'I;: :;.i' f1I..iH
2 ly and honorably we transact our ,... ..
: business. Electrical repairs receive : uth Hridge, Peck block phone .:?. Train No. "J9, known as the Kf'1"t t winter Ilt'rp.an,1 are temporarily located .-...........-.

special attention. Those (*. V. Burgmnn returned yesterday af Express will also run to Knights Key, at The Troy, ))a.t\lna. were here yesterday -ItodoI-at-, r-rte ..+si.aa .I It1t1GLJcea

2 I + who employ us never worry about : tomato from a business trip to New I arriving there at 3u0: in. This train renewing acquaintances and looking --.My.. -W..n....rw
Smyrna IIellpt'nt Sunday at Coronado Will leave Jacksonville at 9:30 in the for a winter location.A .ICI TO AlL
and know before Pi ... .
OtC..om
: our charges, they : I LORIDAUUlRcro w --- --
: engaging us that our workmanship Beach guest of C. S. Duss. evening arriving at Da>tona at 1:37: in runaway incident on Seabreeze .....t..... ---..----- r
Miss: S. E. Hussell who has been con- the morning. ---- JACKSONVTLIE, FLA. =:; -f=:-:
created excitement
i will be the best. i avenue a momentary ..... .,
.rr. -aa
sidering several cottages for a winter sojourn Train No. 33 will run as tar as Miami yesterday afternoon about 4

yesterday decided in favor of the arriving there at I05: p. m. It will o'clock.: It seems that Mr. Hamilton,
: Daytona Electric Co. :
Waterman cottage on Ocean boulevard leave Jacksonville at 10.00a.m., arriving steward of Stetson University, who was . . . . .

: 1 : and takes possession today.W. at Daytona at 1:...> p. m. having a drive over the city, was drive t .
232 South Beach Street.
_I W. Wood last Saturday purchased Train No. 29, the lo'al.will, make all ing north on Ocean avenue when just. Ice
..................................................... of U. L. Clements, of Ormond a 21- stops between Jacksonville and Miami, before he reached the corner of Ocean i Daytona Company, .

-- -- ----- ----- -- -- foot Truscott launch. leaving Jacksonville at 7:30 a. m., arriving and Seabreeze avenues the horse took I ,
r....NNON.NN Ii N.NN..NtNN NN N.0...N...Ni Mr. Farrell has purchased a "-cylinderI at Daytona at 11-40;and arrivingat fright at an automobile and dashed PURE ICE 4

OS Cadillac, which! has been shipped destination at 10:15 m. ,
: around
LING i WAH p. wildly the corner the wheelsof 4Factory
Distilled
Made from Water.
is *
from the factory and exacted) a anytime
the vehicle the
striking right curbingat .
: NOUTHBOfXDTrain
C corner H.aill"I I Yoiusia
within the next week or ten days.In "') avenue
FIRSTCLASSICHINESE Seaside Inn, the vehicle overturnedand y 6 0 a e a v a e 4 + .
the meantime S. E. Gilmore is constructing No. 78 will leave Miami at 4:5.1: Hamilton
threw Mr. the
I on ground
LAUNDRY a garage for its keeping on his a. m arriving at Daytona :3:01: {p. III., nod l was finally wrenched louse from tIC: I

rear lot. arriving Jacksonville 7-30: p. m.Traiu h.-micss TIle animal free of his burden
FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
e, i 2H North Beach Street, DAYTONA. FLORIDA. t Mr. ltt.h(e, who has taken the Gillett: I No 74 lease l Miami at 7l": ci>n I tin tied I his, mail career downSejibrcce

Stiff bosom shirt open front.........12 I Night Shirts...... .............................10 : II..UMfor the season, arrived from Mom a m., arriv ing at I Ihgtunaat3.tlp.ul.: : : until :
White shirts...._ _...................10 Woolen Shirts........... ...................10 nee, 111., ycblerday. Mr. IfcebceV arriving at Jacksonville i'40 p. in. 'n\cnue caught by ""'.: I LOCAL TIME CARD No. 76. Corrected to October tat 190 -'
"'U' I '}''IHIprc" sever -
I y
Check shirts. 8 I Undershirts................. X family will arrive nl-out Yulctide. Train No. OSwil! have Kiiiijlits Keyat \t"j No. 89 Ro.'29 1! o. 78 D:0.11 .
New shirt I :=...:.:=:::=::::::..:.:" 13.1)rowers): : ....:............ ...... .::::.::::::.::::: S 12:00: ) m, arriving Da\tona4l'.l: a. m.; I l'u up.-tBi"I'II.fI Mr. Hamilton injury.i is The riposted| ris eel to mgeei:\ DAILY DAILY I MAIN LINE DAILY DAILY 1-.
: -
Shirts roust alt.-tchcd............ ........13 Socks, |per {pair........ ...................... 3Hatulkerdi ei W. A. Fowler of the arriving Jacksonville at :.' IIIIII.> I J I .
manager to a Dclin: livery, but the b'igsy was 610 9 20 Lv..7acksonTltle. 125 9 tb
Cullar.each..2 1 its..3 j Southern; of the Keystone Train No. VS will ha 1 ,c Knights Keyat 6 25 : 10 65 :: iAr.-I ==;:::: ,. :..:::_..... .t: / 10 :: 130 ::
.
: of
2 Cuffs pair.._....... ........ ...... .... I Silk Handkerchiefs....................... agency one Foye's rubber tired.Come I 736pm 114 .m _.......__ 1'alaeka.-. ?ELT 60tpm 121'10 '.
per :' \ : Ty- Foundry with head juaiters S p m.. arriving nl Dajtona at S:21: j, 912pm l23pm ILv_... ....... ......Ormond.. ..?.:...._._..._.LT .2lpm "am :
| - I II 26 1 se ILT__....__. ., ._......_..._._.Ly 101 410.10
: Also (ladies Clothes' at oirospondii: prices. SN Atlanta, railed: upon the Daytona a. m:; arriving at Ju lM>n\iIe! at 1Wi: i I! 10 le pm rID 220 pm pm L._..........._..New Sm,.rna__..LT 230 plD plD 1 6am
m. in and see the gnat co>'J.- 1118 plD 1291'10 Lr... _.._TtlnsH e.-..Ly 111 pm 110 ..10Il .
..".."..t-Neer/N".1t.NN.Se....0.0.t.t.Ntt .: pruiters'l'nesday. P. ing wonder at store all I( : 00 net 4 n I'm ,ILv (nc"L-..._ _.L\ 12 B2 pm 111 alii .
I I our next 12 C Ot .III 4 15 I'm lLr...._.._..._ ; <1 _._......_.Lt U 28 pm 1 4i am .
I vMk. See advertisement in the (;Iai.I'lteN'ews. 1239.1D 4501'10 .L. ..........._........F.n C..llie_.. .__.?..l.1164.10 114.10 a :
1219 .10 600 pm LT......................._...HetMmrne_. ..-.L11 U .10 1 a amt : :
I / (iruber-Morris Hardware I 7 00 pm Lr _..1 t. l'ewe. 9 55 1116
THE PIANO CONTEST 6 : ::: 9 0( pm I IAr.:.:.:::::::::::::=.w"es( Palm ;b:=.==:::::t 7 36 :: 9 01 pme pm I
Co.Kugenhi.
ATLANTIC all .10 10411 ,Ly...... ......._... _..FL Jan.l'rd.le..L\ 6 21
COAST pm 69.10 7 "
LINE RAILROAD.GOES ? pm
7 M.m tt "I'ID IAr..... ..........................Miami.-_._._...Lt 600.10 120 pm J I
Mann a colored dame, tee 00 tm .7M.m ILT.......................?lilami..A '610 pm 300 pm I:
fll 00.11I ..10 M.m .. ..._... ._....Home..tet.L. ..._Lt -210 I }2001'10 1 1f300
?
? ? pm
was before Justice t of the Peace pm !__..._IAr......._....Knfgha Ke1lJotok._._. .........L\ --._.t10 00 1m I
TitllsIII the charge of fighting.), She .1
EVERYWHERE. UP CONSPICUOUSLY -
lOOMING was 1,1.1t't"lllIn.lt'r a peace bond of 'Daily except Sunday. t.-'undijrj and We<1ne..Iays inly.I Tuesdays! and FrlJtjt only '

-- ----- j i :$ IM( I conditioned) for her good bee PALATKA BRANCH 1':
-- -- -- :
till the of !I huvior for one year. Leave Etsl! EAST CALATKA TO-' ArlIveA A Leave TKiTO EAST: 'Arrltslarl :
in
it out, name some one you
North anEyeOut for I Fatatka I PA-LA.TKA Calatka U r.latka PAL.\TKA I Palatlll .
South Keep : desi c to enter the contest and mail it to I I fDrop I, in and have a cup of coffir! I

this office. Any reputable young mi.- I and hot }biscuits at 6 30 am ...__..:\0. 411 Dally.......... 6 59 am 6 w am ......_No. 47 D.n1.-.1 115.m
i our store any 615 .III ........_:-0.48 rally _.__.. 616.m 800.1D .._...No. 49 DaIl1..1 120111I I
Coupons.Interest I or married lady or any rrligiou.social day II'Xt"t't'k.. Will Iw glad) to see 92.10: ....._... o. 50 Dally _._. 9 4'.m It t'j.m' .._..\o. r.t Dally..I as.mllM.m J
or other organization is eligibleThe ......... No. 62 Dally ......... 12101'm 2 50 pm ..._..No. 63 Daily ..._. 310 pm
East West I you if yon intend to buy or not. 40: pm _.:-0. M Icily ...... 4 2I.m I 15) I'm ...__.._X... LS Dally.-......, 160 pm I
--- ---- --
business (IIOUJM-S who joined in the < is Beginning to he Alani- 73J p m ..........So. 6e .111......... 7wJ'm 80'JI'ID .... .. 120pm
contest will give one vote for each cent .XO.6I1D&111..1
i'I in cash them and these votesmay H. I' I'ellett. a member fir the j
to
Consult the "Purple Folder. test in This Very Inviting'I,i be paid cast for who ver the holder sees Daily News force, and well known _' __ ___ __ SAN' MATt: RANCH i j
.1 Lean Ea' EAST ALATKA TO Arrive OlD c.tN MATEO TO EAST jArriTtEut
Contest. I I|, tit. The onlv restriction! i i.s that all| to niiiiy: nf our citizens's tale down r.I.lka SAN MATEO 1'1&11.'l\"e I
For detailed ) rAI.ATKA
P.I.Ua
information, ratt'R'hrdll1t.s and reservations __ I votes must be cast _itl.in'n days. i i from ..lacks'inville' Saturday, and) I

see your nearest ticket agentrite to or The Piano Content which like The I A ballot box will be placed! in each business I while here will make hi* home; with 8 SO am ;'I..........No. 49 Dan,...........' ;;;:: 9 0>> am ....?... No. 50 ?._..1! 9 20 am j I i
: I'. house represented in the enntestand Mr.a-nd :Mrs S. 11'. 1 OT.rien, on 116 pm 1.....-...No. 63 D.111....._. :I H Im 3 4'> pm ......... No. M IUttly.:.........': 4 00 pm ,1
Tu
call on 1 Daily :News c. was declared "on" -s- :
day sprang| into prominence with one I:1 I the ballots will be gatheied iliad i 11Vest < 'range avenue. No. 21 No. 19Pally r\e. 17 MAYPORT BRANCH :\a 18 I No. 20 No. 22 I

I txitiiid and the rare for the valuable ,': counted daily by the G.izclteNewsI : !I Sn. only Dairy Dilly |, So. only De11y200pm
jThe Majestic Manufacturing Co.
Frank C. Boylston, Traveling Pass. Agt. ). promises' to lee fast and exciting I I Company and the result of the contest> 'of :St. Louis: Mo[ will have a man, I I 6 10 pm I 9 00 am !.T_..... ..Jurk-onvllle _.__.... .Ar'' 7 45: am I 12 :20! pm I B 30 pm 'I
from .\ to Izzard. i published every day or two. i 2 40 pm 6 50 pm 9 40 am Lv _._. "abin IVurh......?._..l.v. 700am 11 60 am 4 M pm I
I I i jat ( Jruber-Morris:\ Hardware Cos.heat 24: pm 6 65 piJ m f 45 am \/r_....-JL 1.Ic tw.h..I. 7
.i A. W. Fritot, Division Pass. Agent I New rubies are daily bung added and The contest (nDamerne ed Tuesday and I More all week, who will show UO pra. 7 W i'(''m (10 00 am .* _-......iUjpott.. .. ..............LII' W 4} am am 11 11..1D 30 am 4 4 4 80* pm pm I
and contest is closes March 31. He to ballots; .
t an exciting }pretty proniiscd i sure get j ji b.11 how "-
to bake biscuits
till the tini>h. It i.-n't every day when making a pun-hast* troin the following I brown .N.. I .11011:11..... : I D.111'Or' Ci aria g. I Dal. ,!s.. 1 1'01\ a t ".11.' !'..H"..11'I
i I top JUKI, loHom, in three iiiinuteH .a. ews.I, .ce ''' .,. ...."I.a.' amd.' a. '8-" 5.afad Bruck I.L .....,
Jacksonville Fla. I that $IOU pianos and the equivalent of : I 1"1 __
IVm't I miss: this: chaiu-e of seeing timegreat '
large iur.-es are handed out on 240 19 00 i.e. tr.. II..,,.. At. 'iLt :
money | Ceo.11 ('l.irl-.r.\\t"lrJ and Sta : noking wonder. (Jrnber pm am ..\ 150pm 6t51.m 100 .m Tt 1 e..AT.12Np m
125 II oe.m L.L..6.-I. 1 UM1 ..e
I pm pm 511 II pJ \ antord.Lt. 1110.10
of the I I.m .m (
term.so easy and the liberality tionery. :Morris\ I lI.lrfl\\arf' ('0. 3 1111 pm 11 3O.m Lo- C.Lo. 12 M I'm 4 15: I'm ....... ... .. .... ................. .... .._.
I npHBiiHnr| | \ oiler ought at once to attract widispreadinterct. 3 40 pm 1145.m .r-__Oyu.. tit, ".'112M I'm 100 Im ............. ..... ..........._... ...._._
| "tJ"fP'Y1 I1'ftf I.
I iVrk-Hendra-kn (!V ) !
I, -Diy goeals. )Deputy :SheriffVinn. of Tort Orange .
CDNNECTIDNS MADK AT !lSIC.HTS Lay DOCK FOR lET WEST AND HAVASA.
J Interesting phases and featuns will be I Ii! II. MilXiiuliM. brought& prisoner to this city _
San J from day to day whieh will be I : f"'r safe keeping last j I .ff-THM., TIME. ..TABLU.*k..w ih. tin,.. .t wki.h tr.i. aT b. ipKt.tf ? .rel.. .d 4>pn cow A.
Mateo Friday
I taking
moo. \
i Cigars sprung) Gruber Morris Il.irdwin' f'.>. ; I ..er.l. ..:....I.tk.lc.. .rrt., l.or. trn t* .e the erne. mud. U HOI (..ra.Me4. oc 4ora lk. Comftft
a u amli
r. lot tf l r or say conxqancc rl>' tbmfrom.
I duly iiuteti in The Daily News and in j i !jliimlo Jh-J.and the following .Ia, | $
It. ..1uleni.utCren.'a! Fnrni-.h-
M. (
l The Gazette-News. (:Ct the habit tale i! The prisoner' a negro named IdradIrv. ; FOR COpy OF THE LOCAL TIME CARD OR OTHER INFORMATION "!lEi. THE TICKET AOINT.-

and read The Daily News and keep I ings. 1 was arrested' in St. .\II U'lUIt: >. j \ D. RAHNER. Anliuot Ocotril Ptneeler Agent ST. AUGUSTINE= FLORIDA

Have Made j ji | right up with the content and with the I I Hankins-The Druggist. charged with breaking and entering i

! II' procession. Gazttte-XewJ-ro.-l'rintt'r4.: j the railroad section house at Port :............................o.$.....N.............

(;let it straight.! Hut one piano can L. G. I.'man-GnJt'eries. i Orange.

i A Reputation of i i'I conx- to Daytona; the second piano I I Bingham A- Maley Co.-Furni I' N. Erickson last week completed 4> Titusville Lumber Co. i iHE

: must go to some one in the county outside ture. 4> .
| the and altar for the
pews Episcopalchurch
; the city limits. If this clear : .\ NOW S1I.LINGI : .
: Their Own. i at New Smyrna, and they
Keep on the quivive. The announcement I! taken to that
were place by J. C.I'cttepher .
i \\ill be made soon of the new : on his auto bus I I
The of the San Will Grow \'e etables.I i strippedto LUMBER
, success Mateo Cigar is one of I:I I I entries for the derby stakes; the $...00 I the trucks for that purpose. The

7"I I the greatest industrial triumphs of the East: Coast I I mu
It is worthy of especial note to observe J is spending the winter here, i is iutt'resting wlJrkoUan IJlp. is constructed of; I, AT TilE; FOLLOWIXG rinci--: ; *. ..

t since the freeze. in this connection that once a I I himx-'f in vegetable growing to till 1 black cypress and poplar with black I Hough Framing................................. ................... ............ ........m>.......SI'i W :

iI.! Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula j week a coupon good for ;00 votes may I' in the time. He has a force of men at walnut !lettering.Ve ,| Framing, dressed: four sides ........................._..?........ ..?............. I l"; "0 .

of Florida and the Island of Cuba be found in thad of one of the firms work on his place, the Cameron property i I A. Flaring: Ceiling and :Siding......................................... .................. :i!;! ;-,o :

:. with the can produce, and wrapped : tarry ing the contest matter. This coupon I i preparing) between four and live ;\ are giving free *;.:J4't worth li. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding....................... ..... ........... .................. ::0 00 :

rich silky leaf grown on East Coast plantations. I"" will be found in Saturday's daily j, acres for the cultivation! "I 1 lettuce, of ware at our store next week. See Xo. I. Common Fluorine) & Ceiling: and Siiling; ..........._.......... ............... 15 00 .

the cigar industry of the world has never produced better ,eds.! i The nominations made thus far are as beets cabbage, tomatoes and some f tl- advertisement in Gazette-News for I' .4> Xo. 2, Common Flooring Ceiling and Siding ........... ................... ...... 10 00 2
For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the r nil.n f follows. 'I try. Dr. Wessman has had many >cars particulars. GruL r. Iurris Hardware 0 Hoot and Window Casing and Finishing Materialdnse.tl I four Md--- -1 00 :

News Company on every train entering Florida.Twenty i! lJA YTOXA.I experience with) most in of the it from State.Jacksonville and is familiar I V.i .Company. I 4> Sheathing dressed one side.-........................................................ 10 00 .
: to The
sizes The Halifax trifles. above prices are for carload lots f. 0. L. mills Titusville, Ha.PROMPT 2
styles and grades to select from. Key West. Some he
School. years ago aas interested cJuite a sprinkling of 2
High new automobiles I
i { SHIP1 :
j \ :: T.-
f TOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.Manufactured l Miss Eastern Bessie Star.OUTSIDE Dingham.. I|( acres in St.in a Johns large county tract ,of not land far:2,000 from j j and their are drivers to be seem seen on intensely the streets(!I'- .................... 1...............................


HvSW OF DAYTONA. St crest Augustine.in the Daytona lie Is taking Truck and a live in- j lighted with opjwitunities offered, :...........................,1...........x....111111J. :
Fruit
ROWLEY. MUs Grace Keating Daytona lieacli.Miss | especially| for speeding on the beach F 1''al..rln"lIa",1
CLARK FISH
SAN !
MATEO Growers' Association, his large exri- where limit Fresh 1v'at .
FLORIDA i Lois Van Yalzab, Daytona Beach.A : I } no speed i is in force. It
ence in the past proving the M cecity of may 1 IJe well to remind some that : : Oysters and (lams fame; i in Sea.M.n All orders :
llululu1uluL.l'H1LlL.J1uL.JI"lu1u nomination blank appears id today's -t some such organization for the there is will receive prompt attention.Cuttaee .
J AALL4 pro a restriction
( VIII paper and you are invited to clip j ducers. 1 I I streets. on Daytona I. Avi-nue. 1)\\ 1'0U.: ..\. :

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