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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 26, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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.U. Daytona, Florida, Saturday; December 26, 1908. But ........... M..... IB D.yton. and Vlcinlt). 1 k
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A. Lapp and children I

I Our fool Dress Hoods Have Arrived. were in the city :Saturday" TA PRINTER I tI

f ; doing some Christmas bhopping. \ t City I U otel. 11

Hewitt
ndmonson 1m arrived ,

; | Owing to our being able to purchase direct from the home from EauUlaire, Wis, where ON INTOF I n'
Mills this year, we he has spent the past summer and II .,. OPEN ALL THE YEARELETTIMC 1
; ; are enabled to display a better line of Wool Dress Goods comprLing all the fall.)) I -

J ; latest shades and effects, than ever before, and at prices equal to the )arerd'partmt'nt '. 'w J
M. G, IVshek has again opened a TROUBLE.' ; : LIGHTS.
J ; stores. The !
goods are from one of the most celebrated mills ELLCTKIC
BELLS.
Mr. and Mrs.r R. M. Bond spent fish market in the building on Cottage a' runs
| their goods being handled by all the high class: stores in the country. We Sunday in the city. avenue recently vacated by J. r. Hot and Cold Bath?.

J | solicit an inspection before making purchases. F. Clark. Table First-Clan.
< i your J. B. Conrad, of Glenvvood, spent John B. Buckner of the Dally News

Sunday in Dajtona. Turkey dinner
Sunday at
The Peck-Hendricks_ Company. tBowden Lithia Water. The Howard. every t\ Force, Invests In a Benzine GEO. H. MATTHEWS

.NN.N..N............................NN.NN.Nrt HANKINS, The Druggist.J. Miss Lillian Bingham is! horn., Bugy. PROPRIETOR.

from Rollins: College to spend'the '
II. Johnson arrived
: ....................I.I.I.1.1.1.....I.....I.1.11.I. joined his family on Saturdayand Orange holidays with her father, C. M. I HIKES OFF MERRILY HOB.It I I .NNN..............................N..........NN .
Bingham, of Orange .
avenue. '
avenue. KKK i THE WHITE HOUSE AND COTTAGES i!
I I DAYTONA BEACtf. FLA. rt
Real Groceries Mrs. Merritz and children, of liar- Col. W. II II Piper, of Piltsburg ?
is in the city en route to the Park is a safe,bet that wonders never will t Capacity 30 rooms. Rooms bright, airy and completely) furnished. Modern f
wood have been down visit
on a to improvement, clean and up-to-date. Located Seabreeze Avenue short
erase John B. Buckner. on a
Hotel Ponce one of the old < > ;
Park lIe will be
her mother Mrs. Carl Webner. distance from Atlantic '
Ocean. Summer
of the rates $1 00 per day and up. Spec-
guard
: joined! by his family in about ten print-shop gang who has : ial rates by week or season *
i It has been our aim to establish : See the 5 and 10 cent bargain da)s. worn out more shoe soles tramping over : E. L. HOWARD, Proprietor,

here : counter at Darnel Novelty Store. the country sight seeing.and incidentally .. ..................... .
: a grocery that will meet. FoR RENT-Furnished cottage practicing the "art preservative," than NN ...........NN.N. .... .

: with the popular .wants of the : George P. Slack! Charleston, W. Ur. P. R. Bennett, tf there are razorbacks in Volusia county.
j f' Va. has arrived in the lie :**************************************************** t
city. has become inoculated with the fast
: people] we study their wants = Mrs. II. G. Stone arrived from
. will do printing at the Gardiner Art
.. Store. Jacksonville Friday night to spend company germ, doffed his Stetson toppiece : THE MAGNOLIA | .:
to his old comrades and is out
actorr on
the winter months with her brother t *
RID CEWOOD AVENUE.
dingly. \V a are not overtaxed : Geo C. Belles, a grandson of: E. L Gunn, and family, on Volusia the boulevard and touching like only the high : Large Rooms. Furnace heat Electric Lights. $
points speeding( lubricated clectricitv -
: with and enabled to : Mrs. Julia H. Holies, of this city, avenue. >
expense are has been appointed municipal judgeof through a country telephone sys- : Rates $2.00 Per Day. J 'J 1

: sell at moderate prices. Give : Miami. I). D. Rogers returned Friday t<'m. : MRS. CELESTE HINKS, Proprietress. |ilia'1 1

.: us a trial for the coming month. :. Automobile tires and inner tubes had night been from for Jacksonville several: days attendinga where he the John Ormond Belshazzar Hotel Buckner printery will this:be winter with .Ytt.tttttl+rrxa..sas.a........ ..r...x.x..tt.....1i1i.....1t'. 'tr i ie 1

vulcanized at Oliver's garage Miami Ian I case in which he was and with hid new purchase in commission .A************************* ************************** ,

ij S.V. CA1UIOLL I Ic.J. Mrs James Carnell and Mr. and interested. and bonair.he will hobnob with Gotham's gay S THE MYRTLE MYRTLE AVENUE \ : .

Mrs Fred Carnell were !in. the city *Un to date moulding for room About the time the robins : ntrally) Located. ':.1 ',4
begin to
.* from Urmond, Monday, doing some decoration at Barnes Novelty(; Store : A Homelike Boarding House with all modern conveniences : A i
nest again in the apple trees in old Ken-
r .! The North Beach st. Grocer. : Christmas shopping.Mrs. tucky John Belshazzar says he will hike : Can acwmodate more table} boarders. >*f .; i
W. W. Foltz has secured the .
>:: ": Marshall Conant and daughter northward. He proposes to make a lit- : PRICES InA: &OXAnLE. : .
ie j services of R. L. steward
t '.. Telephone No. 19. : well known in the city, arrived and manager of the Pappy operating as de- tle on the side by swinging two big placards +: MRS. C. KOST, Proprietress. ... 'cl'' "

............... . ..... recently from La Crosse, Wis and on either side of his honk-bonker .......... ._ JI.
I I I I I I i.I.I.I...I.1.....1.I. partment of the Ivy Lane Inn for Ya'asa .aaa.a .*********************** ';
'. are again guests at the Troy House. the season. advertising Montgomery Ward and Sears

present Roebuck ((00 the inside pe-ru-na will be .......+...++....*4444.......a..........+........+.
YOU WILL FIND WHIT YOU SEEK Merrill Chittenden who has been Miss Alice Coward, of Columbia, advertised). If this little stunt is pulled
school Fairbault Minn Accomodates Fifty.
attending South Carolina has arrived off in good shape he thinks he later 77 'j'j
j**? under the category of' real) estate,"whether is here to spend the holidays with in the may "TH E PINES NEW HOUSE. '}'j",
Miv!J it be house city, and will spend the winter with swing clear around some meridian taking I. All Conveniences. '; '.
rr a store, stable, farm or city his lIe is accompanied .1
parents. by her aunt, Miss Feaster, on North in by turns (with pe-ru-na) Europe, '':,I
country lots unimproved, for your own tenancy a friend. Rates: $2.50 Per Day and Up. Special by the Month.An .
-"- to rent to others or hold as an investment Ridgewood avenue. Amp Orop, Irop and Stirrup!
$Collars 2 rents all style of shirt lit will reduce expense in the absenceof attractive house a lth l large and airy rooms,hot and cold water through .. .
-ail these parre's--on our lists, 10 cents, with work left and called Iills' Lunch is now open. garages in which to run for repairsby house,sulphur or tail ,,air Imt bs,rlertrlc HgbtR furnace brat and telephone. i .
which are free to your search. We are at Rome of the pleasant featuresot"Thel'turs"areas wide verandas and lit Roof ;!
/ tour service for anything In the real estateusiness. for at Daytona Steam Laundry tf Claude Smith, wife and son, are using roller composition for tires. (Harden affording a tine v'irw of the country,river and ocean."The '
here from Jacksonville to spend the He departed Jauntily and chippersay- Plne "liiltuaK-d on South Hidden' William Ronald armed Monday holidays with Mr. Smith's fog he might do such a thing as seek a Rooms lngle or<>n suite, MlU or without private bath. ,.;
J. C. BUTLER from Winter Park to spend the l'art'nls.Mr. state of connubial bliss. It might te
Christmas with his and Mrs. George Smith, of OPEN FROM NOVEMBER\ 15 TO MAY i. .
j holidays parents, North Ridge avenue.sNunnaly's well to remind the gay old lark that old
t Real Estate. Life Fire and Accident Ins. Mr. and Mra. Wm. U. Ronald, of maids and .widows, are not now search MRS. J. B. HINSKY Propri-tresS.

Phone 234, Daytona Beach. Fla. Daytona Beach.G. CanJ-ea! -nice and ing for uch remnants of the bargain 338 South RidgewooJ Avenue, DAYTON FLA. '
fresh. HANKING, The Druggist counter, and besides since the
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L. Gray,,of Oshkosh, Wis: has maid these days keeps a averageold that NN.NN.NNN...N.e...N ..N................... ... .
O N N N e NNir bis boat anchored at the Austin hotel Mrs. David Karruk: of North parrot
N dock on N. Beach street. He is Beach street, left Saturday night for can russ like A Jack Tar, a monkey that .......................N.....f..N... r .l ;..= -

,AskN for the Bread on his way to West Palm Beach to Miami, where she will spend the cam chew, smoke and drink and a cat .
that stays out all night one can hardlysee THE IVY LANEJNN
spend the winter holidays with her sons and daugh .. f
what use she could make of John -
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lu the of ters who are located in that thriving -
with stamp tSoEDATLjLST-TheAdamSchantz lahazzar ,
> ',' Plant has just received a full supplyof city. -- Was opened for its fourth seasejj'November 15tb, 1908 and will

incandescent lamps. Dr. Houghton, dentist, west end W. D. Chase, assistant!' counsel of remain open until May ]loth, 10(19 The house is well prepared to

N | Soujji Bridge Peck block, phoned! the New York, New Haven & Hartford maintain its established
n ut11iI111UN'IM Daytona Bakery Rev. J. B Harris the evangelist reputation for' refined elegance and comfort,
Railway has rented of the
was in city from St. Augustine Monday [ Miss Mary Stones, who has been Oliver) cottages on Peninsula one Drive, I carefully prepared meals and most attractive table service. The
business. lie will later on teaching at New Smyrna,
on came
up Daytona Reach and is occupying it rooms are large and sunny, well lighted and heated, many of them
hold revival meetings at the FirstM. Saturday afternoon to spend the
.,' ,,.,.:Vii.j"i' H. E. QUIGG, I E church here. holidays with her brother Fred with his family for the season. provided with private I alh .
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}:1 Y Stones, and family on Bellevue Frank A. W. Brown, of Oshkosh
Miss Roberta Hobbs returned
:fr. :' avVuue.FoR. \\'iA., arrived in the_ city recently W. W. FOLTZ
--- n Proprietor.
.,,\vProprietor.. Monday from Rollins College, Winter and is located in the Daytona apartment ,

,: ............+..+.....+...*.i.f*.1NNNN.fFFNN.N. her Park parents, to,spend Mr. and the holidays Mrs W.with G. Ridgewood ItEM-Furnished, reasonable rent cottage by )'t"ar.on house Mr. Brown on South will be Palmetto ._..._.._..._..__........._....._...._._.$644___

Hobbs, on Third avenue. Enquire Mrs. H rower, southeast avenue.by Mrs. (Brown some time early joined in i.....+....NNN+.......*..+........N..++....... + a
Loomis and Palmetto.
i_************************* ************************** FoR RENT SALE-Furnished corner the new
OR year. .
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THE
N. ERICKSON \ cottage. 107 Orange avenue, L. D. Senator Andrew Gordon, Mrs PROSPECT
: aTiiE RMFRMDE: Private Boarding
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Pitcher, next door east. tf Gordon and Miss Eleanor, arrived '
House. Rates $8 to $10
from Hazardville Ct. and per
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Cabinet Maker. Wood WorKer. : Dr. B. F. Marsh will preach next are guests as usual of the Saturday Despland. week.No. 113 N. Beach street. 2t South Ridgewood Avenue

Picture Frames, Door and Window Screens! made to order. 3 Sabbath church morning at the appropriate Congregational Their many fnends here will be Miss Edith Zimmerman, of Loi- Steam Heat Electric Lights two blocks from .
a sermon pleased to again: greet them. don, Ky, a niece of F. M. Rowe, arrived ,
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. : to the closing of the year. There
to the
111 will be good music, as usual.A eF"R Su.E-Three show cast-sand Monday spend holidayswith depot and postoffice. (Garage on premises.
p Nlte..*V*.**tot<************ -A************************* one 14-foot counter at Names' Novelty Mr. Rowe and family, on Fair-
children's festival will be heldin Store. view avenue. Miss Zimmerman is ROOMS ONLY.

.N...N.N...N....N....................N....: the guild hall of St. Mary's Epis- musical instructor in the Sue Bennett i
: copal church next Monday Holy In Maurice Fuller, of :Kalamazoo, Memorial[ College) at London.

*.. R. D. TAYLOR. Electrical ContractorHouse : noent'lDay, including a Christmastree ; Mich.[ who with his mother is Two handsome plants fn i P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor.
1\t :;0 spending the winter in century
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etc. commencing : m. cottage on
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'-S Wiring a Specialty. p. South Palmetto street i is Belting a the grounds of the C. G. Bur oyneproperty .+..+..+.++.+.+.+..+......4...< ...**...++, ..........N
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unfurnished on North Beach street have --- -- -
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Kind Fixtures Shades;-- Ivy lane, new. Easy boat in shape for the "('384.0. The thrown their mat>t-like blossom ........................c..caoec................. .
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Dealer i iiLamps Electrical Supplies of All cottage on craft will be launched in a few davs I ..
; No. S Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. i terms. tf Conrad Real Estate Co. stalks many feet into the air I THE CLEVELANDMagnolia
to blooming and, like :
............4.......................ea ........ ledo Mr, Ohio and,Mrs.came J.in L.Sunday Roller. ,to of spendthe To- jour\Vhy piano do work jou pay when five you dollars can bc-for the preparatory swan after its song passing : Avenue, opposite 1'ostoffice ]

--- has been their custom cure superior work for three at the : "
.... : winter as away.Work Rooms Only. Steam ]Heat :Sanitary Plumbing.

} >... ...N...++.+*** .*...*.*..****.*.*.***>**j. for a number of }ears. They are Halifax Music House, Heath St. :-7? -3Mra. is about completed on the : Lighted Everything: up to date.S. I
located in the Ellenwood rooming Bert Shanks residence on Palmetto :
Davis and of
house on Volusia avenue.tPictures daughter avenue, the Wm. Furr property, I .B. GREEN, roprietor..N.N. .
| Mechanicsburg( III at
.Jyrated
Bond Lumber are
Company, [ framed to order atNames' the Edmund Miller &I'arlmc'nt|> house wh'uh Mr[ Shanks has had completely :.. .m.NN............ ................
overhauled. and rebuilt making
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New mould
Novelty Store. on South Palmetto avenue They it comfortable and modern -************************** **************************
JH AND DRESSED received have the winter a .
ing just formerly at
LUMBER i* spent home lie takes possession in a few
THE. HOWARD
B[ AND CYPRESS Miss Maggie Park, who ha l been St. Petersburg but this season will days. : :

visiting Mrs. .I. I*. Robbinson at enjoy Daytona's charms
k Brick Lime II. and Parker Wilder Centrally located on \olusia Avenue, the main avenue from the depot to
Ceiling Stephen | :
th, Shingles, Flooring, Seville, returned Monday night accompanied t
". ghee and Yards: Fast Teat by the latter, who will) Adolph M I. Jaehde, the piano tuner arrived I Monday( to spend the holi-' ;* the water front on the Halifax Rivi'r. Three minutes walk to stores, pot! .

,Cement in btOCk. iuil ayan Orange AYf'DUe visit for tim with her parents, will be in Daytona ilnrinir Jan days with their brother, C. 1.1| ;: office, churches, etc. The Howard is strictly a first class house in evrry :

wmth of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs a W. H. Parker. uary. Orders for tuning may I lie Wilder, and family at Daytona : respect at moderate prices. THE TABLb A SPECIALTY.orth'rn: : I'I't
Bond Mill.Atlantic Coast Un RJ'III mile left at THE STIILMAN tf. Beach The brothers met in Jacksonville cooking the cuisine rxr'ptionnlly good, the bet the market affords. Under .

;:: Kalamazoo Ranfo d Branch ot the Y >:.O. Rrx I Two well furnished cottages for S. II coming from Cincinnati -j : the direct superv ison of the proprietor The hou!e has very modern convenience i .

{ R. JMALBY., Manage r. nt, six ro nnq, I lath, hot and cold Mrs. Royall Houghton; and daughter : and Parker from Wallingford, : and improvement. fins large veranda and pagoda and !.< surrounded -
Phone 8J NS water electric lights, fin place I Miss Marguerite, arrived from Conn. << by lawns and shad trees. Is dry and. well ventilated.) .

>.....+....1...+....*...N.NN N. Orange Av.... near Ridgewood: R Hen7enhurst, L. I., Sunday after- : For terms upply to the proprietor. : 11
Bond Lumber Co. tf coon, and joined Mr JOIl[ Jltfn. wl o .\ white man, who gave his name s .
-I. Malby,
'.preceded them by se'eralt't'ks, at as George Miller, was arrested by: : JOHN C. HOWARD. :

;-:- ............... i A i the special: meeting of the City The Gables, where they will as the night watchman in the early .
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FVW- v v w v wv rw Council held Monday night, usual, spend the winter. hours of- .ndayon Orange s ittr a>jrjMr< >lxysaaaas ara.a.atas* ** !

.1'VNEN'; YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING iug of the grade of sidewalk at the I for riding aCTcycle: withcut a\"enue'I' .......................... e......****.****.***.*.*.. :
Hid ewood avenue eLn tit FOR SALE-My[ tine is so: :
Coombs property, on I Failing to appear in the
-'Oahanized I Tin Hoof, a Hot Air Furnacr, I and the buildingof fully occupied i with DeLand Lus.iness i !
[, Iron Tank a new was discussed i my court in the morning his cash bond i i OTTO A. SPIES t
j. modern retaining wall was authorized.J i that I desire to sell my livery estreated. .
was .
to complete a a i :
m-cttwliwi required
[the other metal business at Seabreeze. The business I
Z Fou RENT.-Three furnished cottages consists of what is known as, Mr and. Mrs. Charles F. Wolfe I' i 107 North Beach Street :

remember thatc. : on Orange ave.; two on North the "Haigh Stable." Address \\.. and Mrs J H[ C. SlarL..,and eon, Walter

Beach street. C. Cannons, DeLand Fla. :25-tf? were the guests of their! friends, i Maker and I :
NASH a sow I tf Conrad Real Estate Co. Mr and Mrs. R. T. McFadden, Saturday UpholstererMattress .

i Rev and Mrs. F. G. Longdoncame Miss Lily Mabl>ette, who has been They were wn their return I

DAYTONA TLA. over Monday from DeLand to teaching at Fort Florida on the St to their home at Jensen with a new I Carriage Trimmer. !

spend the holidays with Mrs. Long- .Johns river about eight miles from i boat which Mr. Wolfe had, ) just : Z !

I to give prompt anti reliable service at fair prices don's Mr. and Mrs. \\ m. Enterprise, returned home Saturday, brought from New York. the ladies i !
parents. A Full and Complete Line Upholstery Materials. :
Beach. Mr. to spend the Christmas holidayswith having met the gentlemen at St Auigustine !
1 repair shop en Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory. -: Roger at Daytona and Francis her parents. Mr. and Mrs. I IM. to return with them from !
Longdon's mother First Class Work. Prompt Delivery.
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Out of town work solicited. J already with Mr lMn 1. Mabbette at the Rosedale on that point Mr Wolfe is engagedin I I

I/jDgdon were arrived Saturday. South Palmetto avenue pineapple culture at Jensen. N...NNN.NN.NNIN..I4............N..........:
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r EVERY SATURDAYT. PLANS kKk IRS. SNIDER An E1t'gan Appointed Small Hotel Two Blocks from Depot. I

STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHTS. LARGE VERANDAS: LAWNAXD'SHADE
Don't Mistake the Cause of Your ',1 TREES.ISLINUTON. I
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E. FITZGERALD, Editor ,

T ,. fOR NfWI % Troubles.Shows How Daytona to Cure Them.Citizen AGAIN Ii THE .I I

THE GAZETTE-NEWS-COMPANY Many Iwuplenever| l .1IlI"oct tlHr kid- i ]MRS. J. 13. PARKINSON, rutTRiFroR.

( INCORPORATED ) I ""."a. If i>ufff ring from a lameeak or 18 South Ridgewood Ave, Daytona, Florida. Jt
BUILDING.Messrs. aching bock they think that it in only nmuwular MARRlfS.
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Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Flonda, as Second. Class flatter.I trouble Mo in they" think it will sum\ -

f .... Jackson, Rogers and correct Ittlt'll.nd so it i i.i with all the Recently Divorced Wife of The FREE SAMPLES OF WALL PAPER
I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. other symptoms of kidney disorder.

Wilder Conferring With Ar- That is just where flue danger lies. You Catsup King, Again on Matrimonial Wall Paper wiU POST CARD
: One ropy one year _.___... .. ..? ...... ___._______._1.50 NEW ucinndr. A day to-
One copy six months.__ ___.._..:...__-.. .... .75 tects and Builders. must cure these trouhlea! or it may lend i Sea. dismal rooms into an attractive I TOO intend stating: room will
a One copy three months -?-__ ._.__ ______.__ __ .40 to diabetes. or Bright!. disease.! : TheIst cheerful .' ai.t bring you samples papering free
rKk remedy to lice! H I Doan s Kidney KKK We place at your door l II yotf intend painting

SATURDAY DECEMBER 26. 1908 The time having arrived for consider It cures all ills* which are mused! ::1:1PiIIl4. Mrs. Elfie K. Snider, who was a few the boos privilege from the of select nt ., 1 ?,, send card lor We cr.cciaoJ have everything color
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ation of the plans and specifications o by weak IIr dit t'I1.4t'tll.ioln..y, 'P.'iytonajnople ) days ago divorced by her husband, and most varied stock JO +jit R, .,. In PAINT, and east
ihe architects who put in bids for the testify to |iernianentlire. *. I Thomas A. Snider, the wealthy catsup the South. save JOG mosey.itta'Btt .

'\ construction of the proposed city schoolj T. B. Brown, S. Ridgewt/ n\enue, manufacturer, I is again married, the hp lib far J."UCJ" ; loll fer I&=J

ff: YTONA'S P AlMrnO :::1 I 'building, there proved to b* no dearthof D.1I1OFla.., Hay. : "Mr back nclieil II groom being Dr. E. P E. Sengstak.The .

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for several months and was \'I'rlamt'
is from the Jacksonville
material to choose from. following U&'H' W. say SL BALFE-CONROY COMPANY Iactuo..cta, ttiNNN
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If I attempted to lift anything sharp
Architects came in person in many Times-t'uion of Wednesday:
and have before the committee pains would seize me,and I could hardly I At the ,: of the East Jacksonville -
; ROSES CLUB TO case, submitting gone their; plans and makingfull regain an erw-t position. The kidney p parsonage Presbyterian church last night ......N....................N................

explanation of the same. The I secretions did not act in a normal manner Mrs. Eerie K. Snider and Dr. Ernest P. i J. B. GARRISON i

school, board who considers and and also contained a pediment. E. manied the Rev.
passes Sengstek were by
PRETTIEST BANQUfT.The upon these plans and who will deter Doan"-* Kidney fills wlifcli I |.nx-nrvl I Paul 1Brown, pastor' of the church. :. ( al A close examination of electric- :
work finished and charged for
a from llaiiknm'' drug store, quk-kly relieved :
mine for this and for future generationswhat Only few friends and relatives were :
from this shows how
shop square .
d i character of structure, at a stipulated IllV aches and ,pains, strviiRthenedmy / present at the ceremony. The bride, : DLOt
: kidneys! ] made it nw,,i>ilifcforme I ly and honorably we transact our :
vcT price. Daytona shall have, are | i who i is a very attractive young woman,
Brief References to a Few of Many Prince George is Decided Upon do business. Electrical repairs re- _
William C. M. to my work with ease. 1 from well known and old
Mcssr! Jackson, Rogersand comes a Eng-
i Charming Bowers of as The Scene of The A. J. Wilder, all good men and For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents. lish family, and has a number of friends reive special attention. Those t

credited with the desire to give Daytonathe Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole i in Florida Dr. Sengstak is also from a I = who employ us never worry about .
Beauty. Festivities. iI our charges, and they know be- .
very best her $40,000 will buy. agents for the United States. J I well known family and has a beautiful
fore engaging us that our worki T
a When it M stated that they have prob- Remember the name-Ioan's-and w int(r home in Daytona. lie is a member -
CHEROKEE[ [ ROSE WORTH" SEEM. INVITATIONS I I t S TO GUESTS[ ARE OUT. aMy twenty-five sets of plans and specifications take no otIlI'r. of the Jacksonville Board of Trade i manship will be the best.to i

these papc>voluminous,technical and has a number of friends here who
r. tr. k r K *. and to the layman somewhat will IM pleased to learn that he has secured i Daytona Electric Co. i

of the opaque, and that hours might bt consumed A Change of Name.W. such a fair companion for his r. .
The grounds in front of many The Palmetto Club has matured plans :
232 South Beach Street. :
in intelligent and discussion l bride.
residences in the city present a handsome for its annual banquet, the day and an perusal C. Branch, who recently purchased i j .
y appearance with their wealth of hour arc set, invitations, in some instances of one set of papers, the average the New England )House, on South I __ __.___ ...NN......N.....N....................N..NN.N

flowers and foliage, quite in contrast to at least, are extended, and all citizen will, not envy the )local school metto avenue, has changed the : pal-I I Tile liravie mail ever forwarded

the very plain appearance ot the grounds are looking forward to the festive occasion board the job it has on hand. It is a that hostelry to The Willmer. from this ofli
before the colonia residence on fcidge-, with anticipation of a royal time. case in which all their grace and gump- Branch is greatly interested in the subject I I MOM,lay afternoon. TVesday's mail

wood avenue owned by E N. Waldron, The time decided upon by the special ton! can be employed, and patience will of the navigation of the air, and in I I war.alnast a* heavy, and the office

was built. committee appointed to perfect plansfor have to do her perfect work. have addition to conducting his hotel may wall calling for extra pouches to han- I THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY I
who have submitted
In the rear of his residence, however, the banquet is January 7th, at Many plans later construct an airship here and make die t the mail yet to go out before
Mr. Waldron has a store of plant life 6:30: p. m. prerrsentatives on the ground while a experiments along that line. j Christ ma*. : :

that is a surprise and a delight to the The Prince George Hottl on North number of others sent in their paper by .. .
beholder, his aim being to collect and Beach street, has been decided upon and registry or by express. Those having i will deliver gasoline without i

test the more rare plants and vines, the as Messrs. Hilyard and Ilolroyd and the personal representatives will first be i Gl (*) o a l
heard and then the board will continueits
latter appealing particularly to his Mesd:1melllilyard and Ilolroyd have in A. o. rtcBRioePresident J. B. CONRAD F.N.(' NRAD for at !
examination of the plans sent any charge delivery
< fancy. had much experience in cateri g for ( Vlce.PrM. < -. i
Chief among thf vines is a magnificent such events a very tempting menu and without a representative. The board

perennial, a red morning glory received the pleasantcst sort of arrangements ha time nothing more than especial to to give that out they at this are MERCHANTS BANk< any point in Daytona, Sea I
say
from the agricultural department at will conspire to make the evening all the i .
which has climbed to the t'almetto Club convinced after only a short examination (BRANCH Or VOLVSIA r.rnTT BANK) .
Washington, wish for it. breeze Beach Or-
branches of a large dead tree.covering it The ladies have the privilege each of of such plans and specifications as Capital Stock----------------------------------------$ 50,000 .a i Daytona ;a

with a mass of glowing color. On,the inviting a guest and these annual occasions have been given out that the sum authorized Surplus and Profits ........ .......... ............... 55,16.
same tree is also a fine vine of mock clematis are always seasons of joy for the by the bond issue will give i- i mond or Port Orange. Quality Ii .
modern and Four cent interest accounts and Time Cer-
and near by a solanum of the club and for those whose good fortuneit Daytona a very handsome, per j hail on Savings

giant 'variety. Mr. Waldron also has i is to be present satisfactory school building. tificates of Deposit. No notice quired for withdrawals I i and quantity guaranteed.
the boughanvillia and other choice When the board shall have finished its
work and made its decision the Daily Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent. ;
climbers and in addition to his vines he t
Call Office Phone 128 .
A STRENGTHEN[ [ TRADE News will without all the im-
has quite a variety of plants,shrubs and give delay "
trees, including loquat, bananas, pa portant details .a t mom < QOO ...... i Mills Transfer 77

other and semitropical - ..
payas and tropical INDICATIVE OF GROWTH
things I Assessing Difficult. .........................u..........N..N.....0.tf : \rl A1't'lltlSt'--- &JKerosencfDil

t- : jropical pawpaw, is a KKK City Assessor W. II Edmondson and j} Delivered> s l by, Tank \\'ngon. i

it furious and interesting plant or tree, : his assistant:, Giles Blivea, are having WALKOVER SHOES I .
of
some of.thtm: being twelve or more feet : Comparison P. O. Records of some odd experiences especially among I I II ; Gasoline Machine\ Gas and Lubricating
the trunk Astern thickly : OilSJ
In height or 1907-8 With 1908-0 Gives GOOd the colored people in making the new

% studded with the green and ripening! assessment. Mr. Bliven is holding& &grimly ..........NN..N. N.cc.e..4.a.o.N. .
fruit,looking not unlike a small nutmeg Idea of Growth. his but he is to $3.50 $4.00 i,
to post. says prepared I ------ -
melon and .of somewhat similar There are a number of indications leave town when the job is finished. ;

flavor. which point to a steady growth in volume Among the colored citizens they find it II III
Mr. Waldrun is as fond of the birds Of : OUR FOUR CARDINAL PRINCIPLES
of business from year to year. One almost impossible| to get a statement as I :
he is of the plants and them
encourages of these business barometers ii: the reports to values, and it w difficult also to get $5.00.
to make their homes about him. having t4
the postoffice department issues locations, as property holders almost
planted several mulberry trees for their, about this time of universallyrefuse to show their deeds
bene fit and making a practice of scattering The acting postmaster year. at the local 'tipt ABSOLUTE SAFETY, Institu-il i J i-y ;.
grain for them every morning. (First. pul.( I liec. 1J U.> ) i
office W C Smith, has a fund of facts All IE1THER Al SHAPES. I f;
'Visitors who stroll leisurely alung and /Notice: of Anal Discharge.Six .
figures at his tongue's end and is
Beach street invariably flop and look I months after date, or n* soonUiiTfilf Capital 100,00 i.
cheerful in giving the l Riti-
: "
press any
I 'I"ol..l..nrl.l ( I l'will umkejoy I
with admiration upon the bright ruses inthe I T its ( 1
mate information-and the Daily News final rftunic IIH A well kept surroundings at the Commodore seek no other-that interests the pub lv:;tiitiiif U. K. Ihmxliut-i, ......,,**!, to I
'' Buigoyne residence. It has lic. Ilan. -I. I lot* It'r"r.Cnllil. ty Judge I! of Stockholders Liability) SKXyflO(

long been one of the beauty slots\ oft In answer to the question, 'How d'W Voliiiiu..('uunt.\. and| ak for my final I -' will convince you of t
Beach dim-liai*".
was Mrcct.It for contended that the business transacted at your tlllic C. M. Ri.MiHtM, JR I Actual security to depositors ?.4bOtOO( (
many years this Christmas compare with that of last D-tvinlM-r) ir, I'.iyy.! ::! Administrator shoe satisfaction.M.B.AULTflAN I
roses would! not thrive in this chmite .
and soil. Quite the reverse is t u., as is 'ear1. Mr. Smith replied that it was Master's Sale.1'udernndlytirtueuf I i NOTE:-Tins Bank is Number One (.n tIle. "Honor Rill" of f I 1
probably twenty-five per cent better.
i being abundantly demonstrated every This is a remarkable showing. l i f adecrewutfore. National Hanks in Florida and No. 187 in the whole c
day. Take a stroll down Palmetto avenue rluMirviirnI i-ulf.iviMl.-nil. in tw!. Circuit
1 I and see one of the grandest specimens To be more specific, on last]Monday Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of United States, among over sixty-eight hundred National
there were 153 registers; :: and 101 money the Stab* of Florida, in and for V of the Cherokee rose-a native i Hanks. ..
orders issued. A year ago last Monday Con tv.liytlielli'ii.MinorS JomcJudgeof t
Floridian-jou ever feasted your eyes said c'o"rt.latt"tlthel"'thd/\.f" of Dm-ni-
there were 111 registers and 72 Beach Street. Phone 2.
upon. It was transplanted there a comparatively moneyorders her, A. I U. I'.HKH! ; in a certain cause pending i
issued, On Monday $1 ISO worthof CONSERVATISMProven
in said roiirt, wherein Cornelius
few and has since
years ago stamps were sold. Chrit.ti.iwjr m Complainant and Samuel I We give votes in the Bu.-Ji-SafTord. Piano ontcst.NM I.

encompassed trellis been built everything 50 feet in across bight.and Hada the move The all office the force week lias to transact been kept the on Luiness. tl.e- a lint FU-minir.and" JII .Mary'IhiIiP I)F.. Fleming Collins,are li. iH-fend-II. Col-: (1.NN..tNN..NNN.N.f...MH.ec.e........fMNLadies' by our KIICII.sn. noel our rTpuf.ii! t tAsk .

rose push trained to cover it it would atiti. I will wl: at public auction, for --- --
have been equal to the task. This specimen and a similar story comes from cash, to the liijjhfft. and lft bidder at SQURE DEALING
" r others in a position to guagc the trade.It the front iloor of tin- Court house in De-
is worth going miles to see. Com-
in a very gratifying showing. Im..l.ill "ni.1 l Countv. VoluHia and State our patrons.
modore J. II. Allen had it put there.F. ofFlori.ln.on tile. FIRST MONDAY: IN

M. Howe and Louis Adlcr are two FEBRUARY: A. I D., UXIS! Mnp. the Desks Free COURTEOUS TREATMENT

prominent citizens who are enthusiastic first day of said month, during the legal ---- -- -- <
i hour. of fill' that da.all. of the following
iI on -
I r on rose grow ing and have grown to by ( PORT ORANGE J JI ", dfwriU property situated in Open an account with us and we will df riH>nMrate it. .:
their eminent success in recent rose cul
the County of Volusia and State of 25 HANDSOME DESKS j
I ture. If any reader is skeptical on the Florida to-wit: ..I.l i

subject of successful rose culture in Daytona I PORT ORANGE;, }),-c 24.-There is Lots One Twelve and Thirteen ((1, 12
and 1:1)), of Work Two ((2) of Mary C. FIRST NATIONALt
let him take a peep at Messrs Ad- quite a home-eoming among the young ,' Fitmine's Milxlivixion of I l.ut One ((1)) of /JLL be given some of our customers
it r and Howe's yards. Mr. Rowe \y
sa people this week. We have heard so S Madame Lombard two years old which far of Chauncy Ya-s, Richard Spark- South ]RjiiiRf Thirtv-thiw (:.Tt) t'1\14t. 1 this month. Let tell aboutit
measures 12 feet aches the top and a man Elmo Dupont, Miss Mary Fair, This. 21th day of 'iMvniber. AD.1908. us you ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.ARMOUR'S .

Marrchal Xt'il3 years old 30 feet long.A Miss Ruth Brohm, Miss Wilbur and (; J. LEe Master}I'CRORt"l4'ral in Chancery.Yolusia \', : New catalogue now ready, yours ,

Magnolia! rose 3 years old is ))5 fed sister, Miss May, and Miss May Howes.Ir County. Florida.

3 high and has been cut bark three times Reed and hi,* daughter arrivtd FITZ: <;KHII.D .:: OTLS. fort the asking. Buy your chairs direct -
r Mr. Adler has some magnificent specimens Friday, and are at home in their cottageon (.'omi'l.iinantV! Solicitors.Master's --
and as for Poinccttas his premises the river shore. - Sale. from the factory and save money. Rockers

are aflame with them, and he has C pt. C C. Howes and w ife are visiting : Under make the
and by virtue ot a decree of best Christmas
supplied cuttings till the town is becom- presentsyou
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howes .
ft>" loMirf ami naif, rvndfivd in the Circuit
ing Foincfttedly radiant.. : Mr. Adler Thursday of last week the first churchtea I Ton rt of the Seventh Judicial Cirru't can get. Write today.
say. me rose fairly revels in tne salt air of this season was held in ; ; of the State of Florida in and for I
and this is reflected in the healthybeautiful wood Hall. Mrs. Meeker Hidgc-I" Volusia County l;y UH lion. Minor S.
was I Jun,''., Judge ;of said) Court dated the
foliage; and as for dainty, exquisitecoloring ('tis. assisted i by Mrs. Wiese, Miss Simcue I eighth: day of IVcenibfr, A. (). 1KS! ) in a I CHAIR
and delicate fragrance they cannot and Miss George. These teas will be ,,certain cause iii s be surpassed anywhere given every Thursday afternoon during i \\lH-mn Cornt-liu Cliri..tiancj ill Complainant Animal Fertilizers
J W. Shields, on Volusia venue hasa the winter, and all i II and t S. H. Fleming. Nary I 1).
are cordiallJin"ltl'd {I I rlfiniiikr. K. 11. Flftninjr R. C./llin"I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
variety of roses which show- New I
young are Years Eve.; The ladies of Grace' and I Josephine F Collins are IMeiidanls. I
ing remarkable growth; C. C. Mellor of church ill give a Doughnut Supper. { 1 1ill ....ll at public auction for cash, to -
Pittsburg, has a wilderness of thrifty Ther will, be singing! by a quartet: from I tl*> highest: bidder. at the fnmtdoorof I -- ::::
tin Court )House, in Det.and. in saidCtnmty
roses at his Ridgewood W.
place. W. the North and recitations. All -
are invited MAKE' YOUR
i of"uhr"ia and State of Florida
Lednith is looking after the Mellor to come and have a good! time in on tlif FIRST MONDAY IN FEBftU- MOffilAHAQinEllOFA CENTURY
place and a number of others which he Ridgewood Hall. i ARY. A. l 11. 1W.! Wilier lie first. day or;r pOR
is gradually transforming into bowersof There select dance .said month during the legal hours. of
was a in
leauty. Hall Ridgewood ,,,,It>. on that day. all of the following We Hove been stPP\Iyingt I Ineed's the.
.
Tuesday evening d s.riled 1\"ul..rty situ it4 in the County
It would volume
require a to go over 1 Volusia and State of Florida, to,w it: of MacK'inerWe y users Bank Account Grow.Manufactured
the city and note the flower features. I ... .". .
Ii>t! Thr. Four and Five ((3. 4 & ) carry alarge stOF-1t' Q/
The taste for flower ornamentation is Building Lots For Sale. j (: ) '
eontrgious and is rapidly spreading and I SI[ offer for sale lots 2 and H, Llork I Flemingsstilslivi-'ion) ( ( ) PORTABLE ANOSTAT/OKARY! GINES'BOIR5 .

if it continues to grow as it ia now 3. Coleman's addition to Daytona. i JT-n ((10)) Township Sixteen ((1''.;) south Sa...M.lls. all Vlo(( 0<{Workonlt NaCkineTy,9awlooaltK.wdS.Belt.wg -
of ItangeTliirtythnw (F"t.)
growing; Daytona will become aa I These art among the most desirable i! ThisathdayufD.emlwr.A.ft.,.1104.J. tM seefflit3. tf1j.
famous for floral sptavs as she is for vacant lots left on Kidgewood i Lee= : M.IIY. Cjjg.r.TE C"\\fAU"Tf f0. : VJH-t."PROTECT,. xat in Jacksonville.
fine beach, good sailing unsurpassed I avenue. A fine location for a nice (neral Master in Chancery, -M AV ByUC A M i
sidewalks, bang up automobiles, pretty i home For prices address tf Volusia County Florida. I 0 NY
girls, rich widows and other '
attractionsoo FrrziiEiui.D & OATKH,
I 1Uf"ORS'lTH
) S1 ) i
niuuerouM to mention. GUI S. Brown, Central Lake, Mich. ATLANTA OA.
Complainants Solicitors. f
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pui.If'OuWQ'U'off. bay at once.engraved"Oul', tuck don't Arery enjoyable dance was given ..................................................... ; :aGGO. i '
has W1nesday evening in St-
just been Mary's

: and Ret-your it' still roles.replenished complete.,-so Be the,gore asSortment dancing Guild thw series Hall untit, about 11:30.fifteen[ Another couples of i I Seabreeze and Daytona! Beach I II


GEO H CuRK'TLe Jeweler. New Years dances Eve. will be'given JOE OSBORNE f

.All goods, engraved free. MRS. H. A. BERNARD Editor. 1 ,

Master .. .... _. ... .....
C H.Birrhwood'madea Charles Corey, son of Mrs ....yy.-.yyy.AA. ----.._ .- .

trip to Jacksonville Tnesday.MissIanthaBndwho business. V N..M. Corey, of.the Singer Sewing SEAREEZE, Dec. 22.-R T. Butl-r DAYTONA BEACH, Dec. 22-E11U

issue of the Ga Machine Agency on North Beach left Sunday afternoon for Ocala to look Edwards wife and children, and Mr.
I'.next He nd
street left Snitary
Plumbing
1903, will have has been Wednesday for Tampa, after his real estate interests in that and Mrs. John D. Sheldon, pleasant ting
w
where he ,
We are sure it has leaching school at Fort Pierce; is at will spend the holidays city. tourists from Indianapolis, Ind., have I
home with his
t satisfactory in a busi- for the holidays.Mr. grandparents.Mrs. Professor Wakefield and wife left Saturday taken Mrs. Freeman's cottage on Peninsula -

history of Daytona. and Mrs. C. C. Young and Dora B. Banta and sister I I for Bonaventure, where they will Drive for the month. The partyare Ventil
visit with Mrs. Wakffield's mother, Mrs. here for Mrs. Sheldon's health and ting
t bad our share and wish Mrs. Hamler, of Frankfort Indiana Mrs. Jennie E. Raine, arrived from :
,
Mimras. From there, Mr. Wakefield will protract their if Mrs. Sheldon '
stay
and will New York I I
Xmas a pros- arrive in the ity Thursday to Tuesday night and will .1.I
Very spend the winter goes to Gainesville on the 28th iost. to receives the desired benefit. .
ear. truly yours, spend the winter. at the Prince'George
attend the State Teachers' Association.Mr. The Pinehurat has opened its doors
N.
t'A C Allen Seims and Roscve Finch, a Banta is Mre. Hilyard's mother. and Mrs. Thomas Keating, who for the reception of guests. Its special Complete Gas Plants Installed. ,

ttwent to Jacksonay rollego friend,arrived Tuesday from were located at the Haney cottage for advantages are large, airy bed rooms, _

on business. New Haven, Conn., to spend the For Rent or Sale.-Two modern the month, are now occupying the pleasant proximity to the ocean and Plumbing and Heating I

Christmas holidaysWill furnished houses on Bay street, near Lambdin house on Pinewood avenue. pier, and good home table. Mr. and Supplies.

..Harris, who was in the Beach. Southern exposure a desir- The H. G.Wilson Co. last week rentedone Mrs. Freeman look well to the comfortof

ess, returned to St. Peters Jr., and George II. able location. $r each. Address of the Spencer cottages, on North their guests. Attention is called to a Brass and Qalv. Pipe and Fittings. .

eiay.urns. Foote, Jr., accompanied by Jim Bennett J. E. Rush, O-ala, Fla. or any real Beach street, Daytona, to Harry Williams card from the house in another column.

of Cedar street, as guide, went out Wednesday estate ge.nt, Daytona, Fla. tf and family, of Illinois.A Mrs. Wilson, of Randolph, N Y., was
and bagged fifteen quail. new foundation lattice around the among the Saturday arrivals, and is located I
: the Ford runiboutIbyM. The next regular monthly meeting Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps. ;
Boyd cottage, on Pinewood, gives it a for the season at the Bishop
B. Aultman.oond Mr*. II. L. Oher and mother Mrs. ofr the D. A. R. will be held .-
finished C. house. Mrs. Wilson has several
H. Poor didthe spent
appearance.
is here to spend E. llendrix. arrived last week from ednesdav. January C, }!))09.() at the work. seasons at Daytona Beach. Niagara j Hydraulic Rams. ;
Savannah, and joined Mr. home of Mrs.
'th his mother, MraTby. their home Ober at Congdon. of Halifax Miss Halliday, the' popular primary Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Krusch, of Anderson .'V.. ...

He is a student on West Orange avenue. avenue. Responses in : Dates of important teacher, is spending her holidays wither Ind., who made a brief stay at the ;. : Ireland Pipe Wrenches.
events Connecticut and
Miss Besse Pitcher arrived from Rhode Island. father at Orange City. Seaside Inn, have located for the seasonat

: leLand Tuesday to spend the holi Mrs. C. A. Coburn and daughter, the Scheid cottage. :

Wm Hall, of NorthWednesday days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Mercy Negus and Miss Cap- Leota, leave on the 24th for Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Sweet are again at ..

1eft for L. I). Pitcher to spend the holidays with Mr. home on &'abreeze"enue, after two
on Orange avenue. Rip, of Corry, Fenn., are here to
[ Orange City to spend spend the winter Cobum, who will be in the city with his weeks spent at the Troy House. Day JOE OSBORNE; The Plumber
being quartered
Mr.; and Mrs. Darling, of Corry, Greater Minstrels. ,
< Pa have arrived in the city for the in the Norton rotta e. on Fairview The Princess Issena has a fine r.ew tona.Mr.. and Mrs Selby and Mr. Vander-
M. Bingham returned avenue. Miss Negus is trained
a
winter: and. are living in one of the Street light. Mrs. \V. R. l :avie and hoff. Newark: N. J. are guests at the Phone 96.
Iternoon from a visit to nurse and was employed at both the II Orange
Stewart cottages on Fairview children arrived from Mycrsdale, Pa., White House. Other recent arrivals are
k having down the Dr. Klock and Dr. Boliannon sanitariums -
Avenue.'I
; gone
avenue. and were guests at The Princess over Mr and Mrs. Beck, of Jamestown. N. Y.
last winter.
unday. Mrs Dais has leased the C. The following members of the youngerset <.
The people of the Junior .
young ,.
biles are seen on the Christian Endeavor held Miss Eva Hawley is at home from F. Burgman cottage,on Halifax avenue, had a lively time on the beach at a
society
I
a
f, and when the holidays social and cooked food sale in Social Tampa to spend the holidays with for the season. marshmallow roast Thursday evening: ..................................................... -
will Horace D. Taft, brother of the Pres Misses Irene Keating, Virginia Young .
the streets fairly hall of the church her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J.
i Others Tuesday afternoon.Congregational Hawley, on North Ridgewood dent- lt"Ct, and wife', arrived from Ruth Stewart and Elsie Coates and : Go to :

avenue. Her sister. Miss Josephine, 'atertown, Conn., Saturday, and are their gentlemanly escorts, Jack and Alfred -

"-One good counter I). F. Halliday, who has been cornetist will accompany her on her return to ucsta at The Colonnade Strothers, Archie Yelvin ton and

: Address C. L. HoRN, at the Crystal theatre for Tampa in order to take a business Mr. and Mrs. Morrisey, of Stockbridge, Cochran Keating. I CONRAD GROCERY CO. i I

It some time, has gone to Fort Pierce, course in college there. lass and Mr. and Mrs Sthofield. ofliarre. Mrs. Jone and daughter, Mrs. Lantz, i

of Petosky, Mich where he has secure,1 a position Pa., arrived Saturday afternoon.The who spent some time at Ocean Spray,
Mre. D. F. Austin left the af- party came from St. Augustine', inMr. are now at the Troy House, Daytona,
the city, and will beithe with a hardware firm. on : for your Pet (Cream) Milk, 6 small cans for 25c, : s
tprnoon train Tuesday for Beaumont. Schofield's automobile. They report where they will spend some time before + +

Little Rhody barber Miss Florence Moore arrived Texas, where she will visit with her a pretty rough journey and [ha' continuing their tour further south.Mrs : to go on yourToasted + (j

i.th: Beaih street. Tuesday from Rollins College. Winter daughter and son-in-law, Mr and they saw three bears en route above Or- J. C. Butler and children have Corn Flakes Post Toasties i

; Bessie and Bertie Melipected Park, to spend the holidays with Mrs. Jesse E. Longe, formerly of mond The party have rooms at Mrs gone to Sevi'le to visit Mrs. Butler's : : 4

to arrive from her- father W. M. Moore and family, this city. Mrs. Austin hurried l her Schmidt's cottage, on I inewood. Mrs. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cowart. Puffed Rice Wheat Berries i *
i or
North will have of manicure DAYTONA BEACH, Dec 23-The ,
& few days to spend on Hidgewood avenue. departure in order to reach Beau- orrisey charge the 11.
in this mont Christmas day. parlors for The Clarendon. Abigail Bartholomew Chapter. D. A.
1 with their parents Major Foster and party were on by : Triscuit, all at lOc each. i
R., has resumed its meetings for the
Win. B. Baldwin, New' York
City, arrived + + .
'" Major Foster's yacht, "Dutchess, Colonel Solliday received word Sunday afternoon, and is a gu'stat season of 1908-09. The program will : S. W. Biscuit and Quaker Oatmeal 2 for 25c. :
and Mrs. Stones this morning, haying the yacht photo of his take Colonial The December
,:-Stones Tuesday of the narrow escape The Colonnades. up History. -
: Cream of Wheat Ralston reakfast
Food
.
Anderson of the firm
raphed. death when held or i
Titusville, Thursday son from instant a machine meeting was Wednesday.

Btmas with their son, of Anderson & Clark, took the pictU in which be was riding be- Jim McConnell, Va., Sunday arrived one from day ahead Charottesville December 2nd, at the winter borne of i Petit John at 15c each. : .

aDd'; 'Belle- re. unmanageable, and plunged Mrs. C. S. Young Belvidere-on-the-
family, on came
of time, and received a warm home : Kumford Baking Powder 1 pound can 25c. :
arrived into the river at Milwaukee. All Halifax.I One of the pleasant featuresof ._
J. Oren. Hinsky. Ihursday; elcome.SEABREEZE. + .
from inehurst, where be has been the occupants of the car with the the Chapter is admitting all visiting
[easing and children, at school, to spend the holidays with exception of Mr. Solliday met drath Dee. 23.-The Sea- Daughters during the winter months, i The Conrad Grocery Company i .
letto avenue, went to breeze will be to the .
by drowning.F. golf course open) upon a small fee as associate members.The
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.Hinskey : E. T. Conrad & Co's. old stand. :
(.Wednesday for a two South general public on Christmas day. It is Chapter' contemplates giving a

It with Mr. Messing's at The Pines, on D. Spring and W. L. Diggett a nine-hole course and said by experts "loan exhibit" in the near future. :............+.+.+...+.......44.+++++.+...+.+.......: 1
T.J. Baker. Ridgewood avenue. accompanied Major and Mrs. J. D. to be the sportiest links in Flor'da, all James Banks had an uncomfortably i
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'*<* Mrs. F. B. Wright arrived fiom C. Morris and bahy Elsie on an auto mature grounds. These links are located close call to the Unknown last Saturday .

ce, who recently pur- St. Augiihtine Thursday afternoon trip to DeLand Tuesday. Mr. Dig- opposite the Country club grounds and afternoon. He was out on the grounds $ ;.: : : : :: :::::::=...,...."..

e Palmer property on accompanied by Waller Bingham.: Bett continued to Orange City for easily reached by several fine shelled supe. !!tt'nding the topping of several

Igewood avenue, mado a who comes home from school at his horse and buggy which were at roads. Golf supplies are kept at the I; large trees; the wood chopper 1tak I rUB BUSINESS AND
I
_i a to Charleston, drove home in theevening. Professor J. It. Jenkins I 1QFS1ONAL
and
-this'ceekr------ -liueljnrst to spend the holidays Lat place, golf; pa\ihon. ing down a pine tree about twenty feet .
garolina, with ColHlingJiam i and family. The others of the party will be pleased! to give ihst ructions tony from the ground, when with the severing

Ed Mrs. Murray Fcltz and returned as they went in the after one desiring. The Seabreeze golf I stroke of the axe the body of the tree, '

-, Foltz, of South Palmetto Dr. bert Bohannon, rnLouis: noon. I:. links were built for the general public most:: unexpectedly, lunged backward, I C C. B01IANNON: : Titzgernld & Gates i .I !

left this morning for a few I Mo., a brother of Dr. C. C. Bohan and are not owned by any private tlub. sin'.Iai' Mr. Banks who was standingsome "
I and Miss Elma Hallett. of Sac Dr. A. O'Neill's father and the ofthe Physician and SurQcon ttornc w -- .
ling and fishing trip in tl e non. Any golf player is: welcome to use distance away, the ax sharpened .

*ro part of the State. I City. Iowa, Mrs. Bohannon's sister, brother, D. J. and Albert O'Neill links. edge! of the wood grazed the side of lab Office over the At wood Pharmacy, Special AltffvE'\ to Examining and I .1

airived in the city Tuesday night arrived Wednesday night from Henry Russell is trying to find an. ich- face and neck, the brunt of the weight ; Beach street Fla. Perfecting Land Titles. I 4
Bajicna
and Art Hill of Corry, for visit with Dr. and Mrs. Bo Ridgewood, N. J. Albert O'Neill '
Ely a hjologi&tto class\ a curious specimen falling on his shoulders, bore him to the '
here for the winter season, hannon. will remain with his brother duringthe netted while he was fishing in the ground sidewise, wrenching his back Telephone Xo. 74. _. ., Conrad Block, DAYTONA FLA. I 3

being quartered in thejTmttage I Linnie winter but his father will le fax for shrimp yesterday lIali.1. very seVC"re'y. But for the unevennessof
and .
The Misses Emma I l>rr I) Ijindls Itert JOsh /'StiI
on Fairview avenue, and Mrs. Conrad Stu- here only during the holidays, as is from seven to nine inches long "iththe : the ground, which sloped downwardat d. SCHNEIDER 4'1 I ). -

"ter a guest The Gables Stubeubord arrived from Coney his oflicial position, as chief of of body of a crawfish and head of a that point Mr Banks must inevitably LANDIS! & PISH f I I 11 '
ben bc1rJ, Jr., at Ridgewood, demands Physician and Surgeon.;
fire
As
department shrimp. Two long, stout arms terminated have been cruched to death.
Stuben- J
txine, Capt. Chat Odtim.in Island and are with Conrad North Ridg:' his return. with two clans, hang from the it is, he is still suffering from his bruises 302 North RidgewoodPhone Attorneys at LawPracticing 1
anothe lighter load ofjtxk !1 lor.l and family on In all state and Federal --
it while little below and lame back.
houlders a
as were a
Florida.
i i wood avenue. Conrad Stubenbord, Mr. Duty arrived from Catskill 193, Daytona, ('nuns 4'lItorCrlnInat buines giv"I 40) -
Th-irsday morning this both sdes is of short J.Bro'n: owner of the Minnie careful aUl'nllon. Mpt"tlal facilities
a
on : group I a
ooka river. The rtwktiytor Jr., who is now in Cuba is expected N. Y.. the fore part of the week to wiry tentacles or feelers. Mr. Russell i isan Lot was down from Ormond yesterday Office hours: 10 to .12 a. m., I for investigating 1'CI..nd.and Florid perfecting tUln. I -

t S. H. Gove. |Mime time in the near future. take charge of the outside work for experienced fisherman in the waters having his boat re-painted and put in 6to8p.m.I "' i :

r fOrfthe Blue Card for Gas 1 Horace Hull and Wiley and T. 0. the Miss Foster G. E.&Shaw Reynolds, who agency is to here.have of F Florida, and especially an'thinlike the Halifax this, boat first-class tomorrow order., and lie after will the launch holidays the D\\?. J. i E.: RAWLIXGS: i i.aacA.Stesar[ Kglord Ely I J -

returned Wednesday from a but has never seen / STEWART & BLY -
Melton the office in the Norman J
me.-Waon will pass your Turnbull charge of itfore.V. he and his wife will make the trip to J
tdy. Pncesand measure- successful hunt in the S. Dayton real estate building, will I Miami. A party of friends are planningto I Physician & Surgeon. I I
hammock Wiley Melton came up time before the first of \ A. Baggt'tt,who IlIc'N'n conducting Lawyers i
,'right. Na quantity U>oWe arrive some make the run with them, among the ..
the others moreroom mercantile business near Jacksonville I II
!, .p. respectfully so- by train, leaving the new year. Daytona is to be a number, Miss Grace Huchins, Mr, Office on Volusia avenue first door Office next door to Bank -
their vehicle for the game the establishmentof recently, is expected Thuf1'ltayand BUildinc'1
in
Wagon starts congratulated on and Mr. Luke will IVI-and, FloridaTITLr.S
Brown's istt'r,
r iDec.patronage.28th. stcured. They killed two deer anda this office, which is largely dueto will spend the holidays at home.Howard along as pilot. go west of HanVins Pharmacy. \

*% ILL C.OPER. quantity of small game.tvote the personal effort of Mr. Dayton. Williams of Jacksonville got Miss Marguerite Freeman arrived I I INSURED

!** in from.a business trip to the southern Sunday afternoon from Eustis, where E. L. STEWART. :I I r
-- III SSI Charles Walters and Henry Piep- part of the state yesterday afternoon Coli i Volusia! County Abstract. Investment :
I O IOOIG* she is attending the Presbyterian Phvsician and Surgeon
..
..... IS of the
SU.S.S. gras returned the forepart and will have his Christmas dinner at : !I and Title Insurance! Company.
1
week from a several days' trip down lege.Mr Special attention to diseases!! of the '.
tome. and UtiI'
AtiMractsfurnl-tned
Stood Tuesday Evening latter's launch, Nickerson, of Peninsula drive,has : Ear, Throat and !\ose. Office ed. and Blue
As It river in the Eye, Mai* perfMt-1
the Cuter! Robins of Chicago is the guest special( success with his fruits and flow- and residence Magnolia avenne 3rd ;I l> i..d. nc Peps;Carer 1) : :
contemplated .
Aegiudieus. They river of Dr. Evernden and family at their ITS. lie has a pondoroso lemon tree that : door west of P 0 telephone 82. I SCC'T Blink: ,and lH-1-antl Tress, Via.I Opposite.
Banana ,
far south as hours a m.to S p. m. i
Office
going as pleasant home on Oak ridge avenue, ar- this year has matured one hundred : I
found the
DAYTONA but on reaching THusville riving Saturday afternoon.Miss (('mns of unusual size even for this "aI I I
504,920 sandflies and mosquitoes so troublesome Lena Tomlinson is pendin( theschool riety. : G. A. KLOCKPhysician : I IX I IX & C. ROGERS ;
,,Ia i High School 371,785 that they turned back. They Mrs. lloyd Shoemaker and daughter I I I
: Rlfles made some very good catches of fish. holidays with her parents: on Mis Florilla. who have been spendingthe I I and Surgeon Civil Engineers .;
273,260 Walters Piep- Pinewood avenue. school term at Glenwood, are expected -
Eastem Star Wednesday Messrs. home for their Christmas dinner : special attention given to Msraovs of I DAYTONA and
Bard "ell, Strother"! and I .
: 29,215 gras and I... D. Pitcher made a fishing The Misses DAYTONA BEACH, Dec. 24-Miss the Eye and Fitting of .. Office Offices ((MIAMI( ,. H.A. -
: Parsonage the Aegiu Tomlinson leave Monday for Gaincs*ille Office" hours
39,915Ijeaii the inlet in over Glob clothing store.
to
|Uggie Morgan trip to attend the state tearhl'l1 association. Pearl Spaulding returned Tuesday froma to!la. m. I tosOOp.ni..to H:0ii p. m. I Daytona Office Established 1875 I ;
11.125 dieus. few days visit with friends at DeLand. DAYTON, t"I.A.M. .
-
Frances Conrad The new boulevards and avenues
10,910 Arthur Parsons arrives today from
L Industrial School 3,335 A Double Party. opened and shelled by the Sonntns It DeLand and will spend the holidays JOSIE ROGERS, M. D. I I
popnh r
vestment company are'ry I
Cue with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. E.
time was enjoyed by the Daytona as well as the Seabreeze
pleasant' with Homeopathic Physician !
A very Mr. Perkinsof
Parsons. His room mate, :
01J DAYTONA class of the M. E. church, at autoists. and it is easy to count I
OUTSIDE the infant him home .
Philadelphia accompanies :No 453 North Beach Street.Office
\ 32,615 of Mr. and Mrs.( I. J. Price, on from 25 to 30 automobiles passing the II
the home will the hospitality of the 2:30 and tOOto :
and enjoy Hours, 12.30 to
a's Opera House December 23. boulevard in the
31,160 street' Wednesday' loop on University I ;
.
Bay for time. 7:30.Telephone .
Beach of the class, acted shortest time on a bright afternoon parsonage a : I '
Daytona teacher
_" image. 28,620 I Mrs Porter, Fountain Light, wife and daughter of Mrs. Sprague whose summer home is No. 122. ____ .

......High Schol 22,220 I 1\.4 hostess. time. celebrated Freedom, Ind are located for the season at Binghamton, N. Y., id occupying her I I
Church Little Earl Price at the same in apartments at the Allen cottage for the first ,

i(School.Congregational 14,385 I the anniversary of house his birth was alley street. winter time in home three on years.the Halifax Within that periodshe I i Daytona .1 Private .Hospital DR. A. O'NEILL >
The
7,200 __
i.i. itilav. dinner. Dec.24. Hans Evern- and amti\nUln
and
Beach WUII ii """ SEABREEZE, has been bereft of both husband I -
Daugherty, Daytona 4,955 beautifully deroraU-d with Christmas den and friend Cutler Robins left' this daughter, Mrs. Moore, who went tof'nd I Every facility for he propr real i,;cn I. OSTEOPATHAndrron '
surgical rv
radical and
Beach I by of
and lighted and car
.. ret Freeman, Daytona 3,450 bells holly and ferns, afternoon for Roekltodgt', where the the reason here with her Kiectrtcal appliances trained our'ss.quiet I -

ate, Murray New Smyrna. 3,000 numerous candle. An elegant four birthdaycake small former enters upon his duties IL" depot Mr. and Mrs. Paul Petion, who havebeen given: surroundings.to all patients: special Term on attention application .- .,. Ikach: Huilding.S Street. -'
Beach was surmountd by agtnt, and the latter as his assistant. the Taylor cottage on I yo 4 a!''. Ktta.tona./
Daytona occupying
F. Stewart, 2,190 of Earl's ate, andfavor I>r. In d "$ gnation bad planned to bate ; to tl e
Beach candles artis- The young men Grand\iew avenue, will remove Physician In Charge.
.Jpaulding. Daytona 1,930 consigns!! of (tuna dolls, tl.eir Christmas dinner with Hans' par-I I Donnelly cottage on the corner of Live
Beach I 1 1)1 Il. BOIIANNON'SPrivate : : :
lributd among
: Coates, Daytona 1,480 tiully drt'\l, '\"md ents. Ralph Everndtn expected t<- 'I Oak and Scabreeze avenue. DR. \%'. A. GOYE I '

Holland, Daytona Beach the \little gUI-5tS. morrow from Fort Pierce, and ML-S I Mrs II. F. Stewart and a cheerful I I Sanitarium
- Evernden is home f rm Rollins for the I all the Dentist
I band of young people, including I"r the treatment of all ;
.. holidays, .so that the usual!! family n- little Stewarts and their friends, made :

Notice to Tourists. union at this period of the year was anticipated the trip to Holly Hill in the wagon yesterday I Office: roruer Kldgewood and Volusli" :21 Medical South Beach and Surgical Street, Phone C...74... I ..

....-----.1 with pleasure. But "Pleasuresare afternoon to select two trees for :
BOHANNON. M. D.
spread-a moment seen' the' seaside C. C.
VOTES like
I r popies the Chri'trnas festivities at PHONE 89
..
GOOD FOR best Oranges
hu very I However they answered --
I IF you \\ant I then lost forever. Inn. Christmas eve. The wagon returned -

IN THE.- .- I Point Grove and the Ued- promptly to the call of busint'-' : in duo time bringing the trees I HOWE. tt. I D- S. II. GOVE .

) CO. Un/IndUn River Orange tile best and departed in good spirits in spite < f and numerous' forest trimmings. There ROY :

USII & S.14'1 bl{] I, situate,! H mileS south their disappointment.Vance will be two trees at the inn Christmas I Physician and Surgcon.rchitcct Builder and i!

: iu the State and Richmond armed yesterdayfrom e\eniht. The servants as well as the1I1I1"'U HidgContractor
the l aytona Office and residence: 123 So. .
PIANO CONTESTlotes I: from Daytona on the North on a visit to his mother, ; and members of the family will Ho hI
Ridgewood
i wood Avenue, opp llesidenceandtdflce, northeast corner
: New Smyrna road.PRICES 'at the home on Ocean boulevard. be remembered.' Miss LaBouveaux and tel. Phone 17.,. Office hours: 9 to Hidgewood and Volusia avf.

cast for_ ____- -- MODERATE. Miss Grace Griggs left Friday after.,\ Mr. I>urgton, guests! at the in inn the, are holidaproceedings. taking I 11 a. m, 2 to 4 and 6:30: to 8 p. m. Phone 89. Daytona, Ha I J.1
interest
active
ct; willie juI1)liJL onC of these ('Oupons.yot.ed .J:, PROPRIETOR noon for Francis, where she will spend an ................................I..SSSSSSISS...
lIR neof UeGazette-NeWS, NORDHANfi Christmas with friends.
Within days. f)1 'CUlI'r :?G, I90'! FERD[ ,

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Mr. and Mrs. J. Mortimer Smith I One of theE.r.sential.s ". f

and will; the with
son spend holidays

THE BUSH and SAFFORD CO. Mrs. Smith's parents tti Orlando.' [ Electric i Current tl.I

H. L Cooper of Kingston, will of the happy. homes of to-day u a rut Day .

next Monday inaugurate a retail fund of information as to the best methodsof

business in oil and gasoline delivering promoting health and happiness and .

daily by wagon throughoutthe right living and knowledge of the world's Will
city and vicinity.! I be turned on .
t l i PIANO CONTEST best product I

; E. R. Kendig of Haines City has Products of actual excellence" and December t I 1908. : i

purchased through the Norman S. reasonable claims truthfully presented .' .* I
Dayton Real Estate Agency the A. and. which have: attained to world-wide i .

,t P. Roberts cottage on the south ]I acceptance through the approval f of the I This will give the citizens of Daytona .I R!

In which two residents of Daytona and vicinity will be awarded .side of First avenue. ilr.I Kendig Well-informed of the World; not of individuals ,. .

,, returned to Haines City, Saturday, only but of the!' many who have Seabreeze and l Daytona> Beach an opportunity ,

but will return shortly with Mrs. the happy faculty of selecting and obtain-

two .,beautiful. Howard Pianos, furnished by the: Rush & I Kendig aud they will make their ing the!best the world affords. I. to .op<,rate. I

I home here. -ot the of that class of _
One products

Safford Piano Compano of Miami, sole representatives of the Mn A. P. Nash, schoolmate of known component parts an Ethical I Electric Fans, Flat Irons -'Machines\
,
Mr. and Mrs L. H. Cutten remedy approved by physicians and com- ,.
sprit
R. S. Howard Cr. The contest to be conducted on behalf of I several days with them last week at I mended by the Well-informed'of the \'ari' ; I

their home on S. Palmetto aveni.e, I World:as a valuable :and wholesome family I aril motors of ( u kiiJs.': The op-

the Bush & Safford Company by The Daytona Gazette-News returning Saturday to Jacksonville laxative is well-known Syrup of Figs of : clean.
, tn join her husband Captain P. and Elixir of Senna. To get its beneficial crating motors by electricity is!' ; I Ian

and The Daytona Daily News. Cash, aboard his vessel the Ut'rllt'rt effects always buy the genuine manufactured economical. Ask us about the cost.
Duller, at that port. by the California Fig'Syrup Co.,

W. W. McCann and only and for sale by all leading druggists.,
daughter,
lisa Ida, and a married daughter; Adam Schantz Electric Light Plant J
and husband Mr. and Mrs X. It. DAYTONA INSTITUTE.
,
1. $2450.00 f Nakomis 111 TWKSTY-1U1T1I' TEAR.
Brophy, t> are occupying -
I one of the Ibach cottages on Mini H. KLIZABKTH: HTOKVER.: PrincipalNo.

Third avenue for the winter. Mr. Hemlnnl South block.of Orange.rims Reach. Street, E. L. GIN General Manager.. 11

I McCann, who hails from Shiftman, I and Individual Instruction. Coaching
Ill., is a brother of L. C. McCann of I'uplls needing 1Ipt'Cla'atteotion.' ..................... ;a................. }
; Piano will be to the The *. Elocution Drawing, Literature .
: '. One $400 R. S. Howard given person or proprietor> of Macs cafe Mrs Mc- language! and Current Event.

Canll? met with an anideuthich
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organization residing in the City of Daytona who receives the prevented her coining south with DR. T. A. DAVISPANTHEROFIST : Z .
he but will them here
join
party as t[ Have your Picture Frames made) at l esesne's Kodak Place, next !: r ra
t highest number of votes. soon as she is able to travel. The latest, safest and most scientific i

Mrs. J. M. Garland Miss Rose method drugless of treating: system the sick.Osteopathy Includes 1 door to the Prince George Hotel Itearh Street near Third Avenue ,\i I

And one $400 R. S. Howard Piano to the person in Vol- Garland and Miss Hattie I1i bee, every Scientific Massage. Women and chil- M i

who have been at the Garland homeon dren a specialty. Examination free R. H. LESESNE Florida.

; usia County outside of Daytona who receives the highest vote lime iSoiiili, departed IWrli sheet this afternoon for a brief for Corner Beach. opposite postoffice Daytona tm. :. :. # .# :. Daytona HI4w :.+ '-!# # -2 : I

New York, where Mrs. Garland will Phillip E. Robiacon. Architect.

In addition to the two pianos additional prizes will be make her Lome in future with her Vatlonal Bid'ssavannah.. Ua.

daughter. Winter In t"lorl.Uliungitlow Home latest Style Golden Oak
follows --- ----- { $$4.85Srn
given to contestants as : 1 11 IP'IIhICI'. *.
i .......................... HBI<> llou..><. PARLOR ROCKER'only{
T rroi>lcal' Gar rtr ; ,

2 Due Bills for $200 each 2 Due Bills for $100 each :| Legal Notices : ,11"u, -1 G* 5 4.85 and well pack and silp} yon thU racket I I
Poston.Mavanoab. tiat nlllbrlyaclls at retail store for$7.".Boito leather
3 treat aD.l !*..::; with French raffle at top. llade! or..t.
2 Due'" Bills for $175 each 2 Due Bills for $ 75 each .......................... p' Tampa. Elegtlt ? mUhed desired. golden Yon: can aiid rare ht;bly lots polished of money Mab by trayiaf Iaty1.1.5 Creel. If ,

Notke of Application for Tax Deed f lftll -.4 Irwn fee tacttry fait: buys lumber i. big Ute,make a.t1ilaibut ...
Under Section 8 of choirs and Kite Uiem rim:: ,t here ia the South.yM al
Chapter 488 "
; 2 Due Bills for $150 each 2 Due Bills for $ 50 each Laws of Florida Ibcka It ) t oksa saring yo f heavy freight ciiargc*and retailers'ft : I
THE GLEN WOOD proSU. Our big Inc cctaltfM snows over wo diSemt
Notice is hereby given that J. W kind of chairs for parlor dining room bitches porch,
2 Due Bills for $125 each 2 Due Dills for $ 25 each Wilkinson, purchaser of Tax Certificate 51,85 lawn.tore,office. -all.Ue*and tyle*-all at lowest bu.
No. 1395. dated the 7th day of June A. data price Every; chair guaranteed exactly a* repco.
SEA BREEZE FLA. seated or your money back. You take no risk what '
D. 18'jy, has filed said certificate in ,
COMMENCED DEC. I and CLOSES MARCH! 31 my ever. Mall postal today for Catalogue and special
*'* I CONTEST office and has made application for SCHOOL AND SHORE. Christina* List. Means dollars ia your pocket.
NEAR I-OSTOFFICE.
tax deed to issue in accordance with
Fioaiai CUll UTOIT.Sisal ale Wmt ITS,Jmmmu.JO
law. Said certificate embraces the following -
MODERN. HOUSE

Rules and Regulations: How' and d Where to GetVOTES Vo Lot usia 4 described.County Section Floridri 16 property Towsliip, to-wit situated 15: South.in Electric Lights Telephone, all --

r'y Range at 33 the East.date The of said the land issuance being assessed of- Conveniences. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAilWAY.:

such certificate in the name of the heirs ..ell..K. iai.wTlN14 KlHllINd, HVrillNC.
: 1. The contest is open to anyone living in The following merchants will give one vote for of H. M Clay. Unless said certificate LOCAL TIME CARD No. 76. Corrected to October 1st. 1908

'7; Volusia County who is known by the itmdnrtora every cent paid into their establishmentfor hall be redeemed according to law taxdetd ,Hprclnl Kntes for m-nson. NO.W No. 29DAILY 1'0. 'ZS KO.MDAUT
will issue thereon on the 21st day MAIN LINE
of the contest or vouched for by some reputable goods which they I handle.R. I of December, A. D. 1908. A. B. CLARK Proprietor.From DAILY DAILT

v: person to them well known. H. MCDONALD, Meats. Witness my official signature and seal 6 10 6 50 am LT ........JaehonvUte......._. A 7 21 pm tffiim7iuaia '
this the 20th of November A. U. pm ...._... .
day ... ... 5% Aucusllne Ly 610
f'r 2. No employee, attnchee or retain of the M. B. AULTMAN Gents' Furnishings. 1905. SAM'L. D. JORDAN NoTvtntier 21, I'*'*, to April li, I'!*".' 6 7 15 85 pm pm 10 1145 55 am am Ar Lv..... .i_-.._..h-t I'aloiLaNew ..;......_._... 6 Of pm pm 6 JJ as

proprietors of the above named l firms are eligible GRUBER-MORRIS HARDWARE COMPANY. Clerk Circuit Court Volusia County, 9 91Ipm 25 pm: 136 1 23 pm|>m ':lL:..=:.:.::::..=...Ornmsd.DayWna:::::.:::.:.:::.::::=::. t = 07 71 pm pm: 4 44 an4MKIB. .
Florida. SEAL ...
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133
: BINGHAM & MALEY CO. After !..., HOTKI. I.r Cnre.ALIKR 1010 pm 7 :JO pm ;LT. :. h.f.rl.-.... ....=_-- .L230 pm
to participate in this contest, and will partidj}ate Furniture. By R. P. IIAML1N. Deputy Clerk. April 13,1' 11 18 pmIJOOnt S 2U |>m ,Lv..____'i. HUM ue. __.- ..1..1 ,v I"1 "J.I" J.m to
CiMa.
LT-
iii no PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY Drygoods. ---- ----- Orvan (:roNew' Jersey.The IS Of am 4 4 11 15: i pm>m >,Lv._........_'".. ... ... ..... ., la: 28 pm m 152 1451 sa s
manner.
........ _... .... ....
1139am 4 SO pm LT .,T.T._1-i.n: tin:lie _.. .1.' It 6j.m 114 as
GEO. H. CLARK, Jewelry and Stationery.L. NOTICE. 11 Warn 500pm. il.Tjggg,,ri .. ilclbo.une.; ._. .- 114t am lOStmlllipm
r.< 2. In the event of 'a misunderstanding between J MamBOO 7 00 pin ILV. == Ft. 1'lercr:.:. :::1: 9 55 am
G. Notice hereby Kln that nix n.onths _.lZTZr.'w'r. ... .......
LYMAN Groceries. : am 9 04 pm Ar L. : t Palm I; IIt.I1.- .L' 7 Ii am I btpm
candidates or Zithers interested in this contest .n..r dat...h."A It: on th.:Wth! day of June.l' Morgan 6S am 10 44 pm ;LT__. _.l l. Tart li> ( Uiarn 7 II patioopm
THE 7 35 11 41 i Ar.......==._:. ..Mril! .=.=:::===:t & Warn S So .
GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY. \" i sill the am pra | pa
to HoiiomMf' J. IAeMrl'rory'ounly
such controversp'niay be referred to the ron- prvw-nt I tlOOO.m7r.oam 'LT..........._..... _lilanL..... ... ...._.._..A *5 10 pm -
HANKINS The Drurcist. : Juclg..or'olu"I"l 1'ountt, Ill 00 am10 M am A r_._..Hom"*ui:..._..._.I.v 2 10 pm n 00 paf303
Ltbe cocfrst. who alone are the persons lorUlH, my HUM! mf untt unit apply for roRNKK 1'\I. nTTn AM pm _\ .......__Knlgbu Hey lx>cfc- ..._. ......Ls ((10 00 t A
ren emit' ny anal llsi-lmrn. no-x.-rulor of tl,....state Vot.fsIA AYFNi'Is. -:-
r qualified to .ns. .
of Kllliu Hmlth. Daily except Sunday. fnndaTi and \\'rtlrlij Only.lTne
4. In the event a candidate- decides to with Where Votes May be Cast JOHN A. BIIHTKOM. K.tut.r.rnioiMl : lJRA..CIIt'l
# .
t. Ha., 110"' 1'itli.! !:< ( DAYTONA. FLA.
draw from the race, such canditfat&AyiH be ----- -- -- Lease -PALATKA :\'e A -Leave I-AI.ATH TO CASTfALATKA Ardrelad

.-. v allowed to transfer votes to the credit of another Ballot boxes will be i>1aml in the houses rep- Notice of Application t r Tax Deed II. M. MANWILLEK, 1'KOPRIETOR Palatka I PALATKA Tol-A.!l.tka: e r.l.uh -\ Palal1a

candidate in the'contest. resented in this contest. Under Section 8 of Chapter 488 5 SO am _.:00.46 Pa IlT_._f 6 SO am r 5 55' am ""'_"'o. 47 D..ny....!.. .11..
A. Laws of Florida. --------- ---- 6 2S am .........:-0.4t111.117 _.. In.ri !; R*> JUlS .._..No. 49! Daily_ 12Oa.
e 9 25 am .._..NO. 5O Ihiiljr._ 4. .'" I!, II tt am .._..No. LI Uaaly._ 11 (Sim
Notice is hereby given that the Equitable \ LOW TIDES the BEACH I ll&Oam _. No. 62: Dally\ ....... 1210 ,.:K ll :a M. r" .._ .;\0.53 DotI',,_, 110 pa .
on 4 05 .:.u.WIl.llr....... 4 rj i-u ij 1 ._No. :;&Dilly....... 40 pa
*.*...+.......................................*.*.*.. Building and Loan Company of I I 6 OS pm pm ...._. No. M 1'8111.... 1)1'm V 71*'I"2 pn i ._..'-u.ft7 DaUY._ : pm
'." Daytona purchaser of City of DaytonaTax Day .f 735 pm __.-_.,u. 56 ItoU,.__.. 7 fu pin j s w pm ........o. '01>..1,.._....4 pa
Tin and Certificate. -I. dated the 5th day M..nth hOy DEC. JAN.
r M. ELLA DE VOY CO. 1 1t Daytona of August. A D., 190G, has filed aid I - .
I certificate in my office, and has made ... I... ... 7j.) .. ... 7:10.: .. ... 9:10.: SAN MATTO haAGIILeave
: application for tax deed to issue in accordance ... 2... ... 8:10.: .. ... 8:20.: ? 1017.: .. Ea EAST PAMTKA TO 'Arrive S-enlji.va\e.an: AJN-MATEO TO EAST ArtiTtlMPtUlU
i a LADIES' HATTERS | with law Said certificate embraces ... 3... ... 9:15.: 9:27. ...11:09... P.l.th SAX ilATtO: : JIP.teo \ Maro TALATSA ,
Sheet Metal Works% the following described property ... 4... ...10:12... :.10:30.: .. _11 ::55... __ __
: Correct. in Styles. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. I situated in Daytona Volusia County, ... 5... ...11;O.i..1 I:25.? ...12:U._ 8 SO am 1__....No. 49 Dally...._.. 850 tmJ II (&)> pim. i-. No. 50 DnilyNu.&i ._ .20 as
: No 6 South Beach Strwt Dartona. : Florida to-w it: .. 6... ...11 :-10... ?,12:15.' ... :29.._ I IS pee i- .Nu.: a Dally_.....- :3i |.ia 34\11'11I J 1-...... Dally._." 400pm.
4 ...NN.............................................. Lots 1 and 2, block 2. sub-lot 4, block I ... 7... ...11 ::57... ...12:17.: .. ... 2:11.: .. -_ -
25. in the City of Daytona. The said ... 8... ....l2:41. .? 1:03.; .. .. 2:53.: .. No. n No. 19 No. 17 AhtYPOR r .\XGII i .No. 180.. 211 Nan
Tin Roofing Guttering land being assessed at the date of the I ... 9... ... 1:2:; ... ... 1:41: ... ... 3:30.: .. Sa. only Dally Ddy: I Daisy So.onl/ Dally \
......1...............................f.NNlaOHiI issuance of such certificate in the name ..10... ... 2:10... ... 22'J... ... 4:09.: .. \ '
r. of I. and B. Morgan. Unlcs said certificate ..ail... ... 2::5.')... .3:13._ 4:52... 2 09 pm,I 10 pm 900 ..mLy_.... \ofOu\'lk _.......... .\,1 7 43 am 12 20 pn UO Pm !?
LING I WAH 2 40 pra I 6 W pm .40 am I 1." _._ 4 nWo |I"'-,,'h.............1.. 7 (w am 1160 am 460 p. i!
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Work ... .. ... .. .
Copper shall be redeemed according to .12.3:1.1. 35L.] 5:37 1 asp 6bSpm 45 am _.._ ..'ule J:...h..i.i 7 m em ,U 45 cm //3W
I law, tax deed will issue thereon the :'JUth ...13:. ... -I::'.0... ... 4:35: ... ... 6:25... S W pm I 7 10 pm 00/ am __.. .. )I"J rull...... ._..........Le, 6 ti tm 11 30 tm 410p r 1
I"IRST-CLA.SS day of December A. D. 1905. ...14... ... 5:07... ... 5:20._ ... 7:22._ i\10 I r. i i j
Tanks of all kindsAll Witness my official signature and seal ...1.")... ... 6::00... ... (6:10.: ... 8:2.5." ... S Wlx.. I 11011,1 anaaLI''... S Do.'U'. !'..L 4 PS.] ..S Prt- .. 1..HIt 1,
CHINESE LAUNDRY this the 27th day of November A. D.. ..J/t./ .. ... '):,')9... ... 7:O.L... 925_ ... lute/.tx. tudgl Oraat a Cit, LI.1._a, 4i,,j'a._..*., -s. 8...ia, ,/ 5 focd_Brad rt ssM'f
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1908. SAM'L. D.JORDAN. ...17... .. 7:5S... .,. 8:00._ ...10:25... t
Z14 North Beach Street DAYTONA. FLORIDA. : of repairing done in first Clt rk Circuit Court Volusia County I ...1 S... ... 8:5.')... ... 9:00._ _.11 20.. 40 pm 900 am LY. Is S..a A.\1\ 60 pmLT.Oruc. 1 6 Li; pm 6 00 am '''LY_TItUIYIlle..Ar.121O pa
: Florida. ... ... .. .. >U 1100 am -Lali. ." W 61> 9 00 am ,.\r_>aDfor (Seal) I ...19... 9-1.: 9-11.: .. .12:1-1.: pm I'm fun
Stiff bosom shirt. open front_ln: Sight Shirts...... .............................10 : class style. Prompt attention ...20... ...10:35... ...10.0... ...12:20.: a S 116 to pm pm fit to 46 am am ar.on.s.. C car rL.J..!12|2 65 60 fm pm 4 4 00 li pin ._..._.........I......................_.....-..-... _--

White shirts....._. ............_.....10 Woolen Shirts?......... ....................10 1 given i to all work. I I ...21... ...11:25... ...11 ::40... ... 107.. : I pm
S SHERIFf'S SALE. .. .. ...12:0.1. ...12:00... ... 200... ,
Check shirts...... ,,. 8 : .22. ? CUNNtt.110NS MADE: AT KMOIIIS:; : KFY DOCK FOR IEY WEST AND:; HAVANA ,

: New his.--.13 Drawers...._.._.... Shop No. 11!) South Street, Daytona rndVr and by \irtneof Side Knutiuna I ..23..12:23..12:35..250.: ... ...... ,...1M
.... ..._...... S : j ...2-1... ...12:: 7... .. 1 1.20. 3:43... ***ThM. TIME.TABLES. how Hmn it whlth. cams Mr. lie....pcc rd to mf 4 *1
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: Shirts rollarattachet1._ ...?_.13 Socks per pair....__._.... 3 Volimia HUed out of.... the) Circuit ( .Ult of i ...2.1... ... 1:-10... 2:10.: .?. ._ 4:36.: ? .m.I.M _MMIOiUi lf f-lbl rack. for.nl.a.., 4 l.or,lay dq.rr.rr or .., co.t_ih-HIM*.artM n 'rrfb B cIa< .i.ri.Iin tier
Colla". PAeh__.. ... Brown & Coleman. County, WT.I| .. ... 2:2lt...... : ... :) 1!
2! lIandkt'rch.efs.__ ................. .. 3 : causes therein jH-ndini, \\lM-rcin The .2It. I::00. 5:3L I II' FOR COpy or THE LOCAL i IMC: CARD OR 01 HER INJORMATION THE IICKT AOIK1.
i Cuff" per pair______._.. 5 Silk Handkerchiefs._..._....,.,..... -I : Itiittt-rkk rultliojiiiiK ('UIII'III1J.| Limited ...27... ... 3:10.: .. .. 3:50_ 6:3-1... i i t D. RAHNER. A..i.u.t Ctxril P... .|.. A,tat ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORID f
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...28.? ... 3:57.: ... 4:47.: .. ... 7:37_ _
C i in Plaintiff and)
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Also Ladies Clothes at corresponding prices MASONIC DIRECTORY. Ma re ItruthtTg Cortioration Conipaujr) u Corprn, : ...29.: .. ... 4:55.' .'" 550.: .. 8:47... I . . + b. o .
.J- | ..30... ... (6:00: ... ... 6 ').J._ ... 9:52...
:.e............................................... HALIFAX 1.1111)0. NO. 61. .r. A: A. MMtfts tmn. it> 1 defendant and Hiitlaini far- ...31... ... _..:... ... 8:00.:: .. ......_: __ i, f I
Ut and : nV ratioii. ix I'l.iin-
:rd Thursdays.1UI.1KKX meat Company, >ri'<> ,
I"""'" """"" """"" """"" CHAPTER, No. 5, R. A. M tiff and Moore I ItrotlMTx ("filii]I'IUIJ. n ----- Daytona Ice Company, .
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!Mrrts:id Thursdav.OKIENTAUHlMMANDERY.No (Corporation i.i Id-feiidant, and I The Forenoon and afternoon tides are approximately -
M..ub Tliurmln.rI.IVKOAK : *,K. T.- IVk-l Ilelidlirks r<>tujHii.a I'orl.iration at the same hour. Automobiles .
rilAPTKR.: No. I, 0 E. 8.- li'I' Plaintiff ninllimrr Brothers can be driven on the beach two : PURE ICE ; I
San Mateo Cigars i 1 Meets fed and lib TUl'lIda.a.All Company Corporation' in iVfeiidant. hours after high!: tide and within two
meet In Mawnlc! Hall Orange arena. and the Livonu Novelty Manufacturing; hour uf high tide. Made from Distilled Water. \

LVmipany, a Corporation, H 1'l.iintiff, -- -- -- ---- Factory comer Railroad! and Volusia avenue. ACHAS. .
and Moore Brothera ConiinnT.|' a Corporation. Come 9 . . . . 1 1"I 1j
Have MadeReputation i iA i* IVft-iiclant, and I The .\tn & 698estROSES run I lady Court Cunipanv a rHir.t- I
tfon. iit plaintiff and Moore Urothfr.
(onipHiiT.. a corporation, in defendant.and stock of
ofTheir '1'' a I'r...L-llctMrii| L.. I'otnptne. | .1 I i ? 1 14'S
1 roijiT-, i i..... in pl.iiuiiff "O.'I| M.n.rtItniiiHin '
t tiii.1. tlrll'I/.II.n.| isdrl.b.i..h
SEIECTO ANI amnan a.... liM l'.nlmlt.iik i I'L- Comforts Blankets a r f ULLr
Own. : BEST prima lulina i-orpoiatioii. is |plaintiff! aiul
Awl scald FW>r* n..*ft OH* MINIM Hrothrm ('OIIIMIIIV.| a iorHrHrt..n. : ,
ASeUct R.rdy.ud E-fr ant far hi.! jot defendant. and SelzSiliwali i R
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The success of the San Mateo! Cigar is one of .UmunmoLSUdtbrrydw.. 1r K and ('ou.p>>iiv, a foivi"n c'lIr EXPRESS
umsun' MSHB ut rumK ruaComplete P..1t ... |l.rati..n plaintiff and MiM'rt> Hrotli- ,, PREPAID
the} greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast I ontet at asaq ttwMMl Fntuwl Compain' .'-. a .iiiri'fit t illn. i j.. ii,-f,'nd- Pillows r x
N.ma. f.- ant and Albert -iII..r..t..in i" plaistsuit nMattresses.
THE CKDTINC B O9k.4*.. ..._
since the freeze. .J -
._ .. J- e &.f6rida iff Iuof1I.tl.,1O Cuinpaiiv. n
= I corporation, .in -fciid.uit. I hoerIvti.rl r &W$4ZDtt
Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula j 1_ ( 1 UMau" will sell at puMir outrrr !
in I... ..
t Month room flU tl. lower floor
of Florida and the Island) of Cuba ran produce and wrop- Roses and Ornamental of; tin \I\\I"MI! bilil.liiitc.) in l>..lTtoni.i : I .

po"tlvilh l the rich silky leaf frOOJI, East Coast plantations \ >lni>ia "ul1ntt'loi.ln., on tin. brat Ii,
Monday in ; .\". A.1).1909.l l..-iiiutlw4tli i
the cigar industry of the world has never produced better goods. .
day of wild month dnriniMlwI
Shrubbery.All 4iL
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For ale by all the.1eadin g hotels and clubs!' and by> the Union I l.. r.il hour of sale, to the I.ijll..t andIIHKI ) I All Grades. PricesI S u 4
for cash tlt.. ..... pvLRCD F4R
Lt'st'arieties bidder following/ J ; 4
News train Florida. the of winter bloom
Company on entering
every .-rU..I'.rlOnal! ;pnipfrty of toil defHidant.
Twenty sizes, styles and grades to select from. ) ing, grafted Hopes adapted to Florida;i lo-wit: All of' tint stick of' JTIKHN-I Right. 129COMPANY
also other ornamental plants, trees and and tiitutvH known and U'lonirm/ / to ., i
t shrubbery All p'ants guaranteed.Grounds tllr! 1t)1I" IInltl..noComINlny.I1'url"ra..
r TOR SALE BY ALL DE LEHS.I
and tion. and are now located in the said
prepared plants cared for.
Manufactured Bv south room on the lower floor of tl...
e 1 J. B. HINSKY Atwood building, in flay tons. V >luxia Bingham& Maley Co. BLUM &
SAN MATCO County. Florida. or tlO much thereof 8It
!, I: S. W. ROWLEY, FLORIDA will Hatfefy said Exei-titionM and f'OtIt. AGENCY I'AIWT BREWING CO..

uTilE PINES" Thin the llth day of NoTcmlnT. A. I)', Blue Ribbon Beers and Lewis 66 Whiskey
.ti.u1u1.j1ui.ui..1u1ui. L&L&L 1908. J. R. TrifNER,
i IILLLAL&ILAIIAL .1uiuLI; South Ridgetvood ave, Daytona. Sheriff VoluMia County, Fla. FURNITURE UNDERTAKING Seod for Prif Li.t. 1 AI'6S\1 II I.K. .'u.r .




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