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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
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Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1909
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Vol.20, No. 42 doe Everywhere. Reaches All Clutci. Florida i'
Daytona, March 13, 1909. 8'1& AdrtrtUlat, Medina In Day ton and Vicinity! ,

Price 5 Cents .
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MMMMMMMMttMMMlTOURISTS ...............;.... I -
.... wall, etc.-all to be looked after it is 'I II
tt MAYOR GREEI[ WANTS very important that close tab he ,kept. KIIPATHICK 'TO GIVE THRILLS I.MMMMMMM+++++4........ ... ... .... ......M..

ATTENTION i He closes his communication in this language f
I SOME I[ SYSTEM Ope a the
Trunks I : IN I I HIS BIG RED DEVIL.[ CITY HOTEL
Bags Suit Cases
etc. The time has come when the city
KrK ear.:
IX AHMTIOV TO OPK Ft'LI needs the services, for the greater partof Itlt

I LINK OF The City's Business his time, of a good, competent man Will Orange Avenue, Daytona, Fla.
Reel Off 125 Miles Per Hour)
to fill a position of this kind. I feel !
Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases Telescopes, Tourist Straps Trunk -F. E. C. To Give con
Straps.
I fident that if you will adopt this.or a And Startle Automobilists i ELECTRIC LIGHTS ELECTRIC
Shawl Straps, Name Tags, etc., just received, we have a complete Depot, Parrott similar plan you will be able to conduct j i BELLS,

assortment of :Matting\ covered! Suit Cases and Telescopes. Also a the business satisfactorily: to the Everywhere. i l HOT AND COLD BATHS.

I novelty in a Matting covered! Hand Dag.0l'K r"I'AL PnPl'UB PRICKS I City Council met city and with credit to yourselves." The latest entries for the Daytona |

WILL 1'lttV.\fL. prestnt but Schmidt and President Cove appointed an Ordinance race? include If. J. Kilpatrick who has TABLE FIRST-CLASS. ROOM TOR A HI TABLE BOARDERS.GKO.
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number of bills, several I .
L THE PECK HENDR1CKS COMPANY.1300lbs. Committee as follows: reconstructed the great racer formerly
were audited and ordered .
.I II. Schmidt, owned by banker E. R. Thomas who .
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.. =. as funds were available for I MATTHEWS, P.OPBIKTOH
E. T. Conrad, got into trouble at Long Branch for ,
Proposition of M. II. ..... ...... ..... .. ...........
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G. A. Klor),;. driving this machine over 100 miles an I ............ ... ....
I/1111.........1.1........... ing claret buckets was as
: .a..................... hour on the Boulevard. !

ets to empty 50 cents one, additional bucket 25 fll1tJsTiii The car is christened the "KilpatrickRed I **************************.*************************.

G THE Devil," is painted a fiery red and l
OF FINE l GOLDEN RIO ; each buckets to IN I it is thought the "Devil" can do 125 t THE MAGNOLIA i iRIDGEWOOD
month. Referred to
tee. flora 6 IELLS: miles an hour. I S AVCNUC. : '
lie will go after the Sir Thomas De j : Large Rooms furnace
CoffeeFOR I The East Heat. Electric
: : I f a corporation organized in RrR war J,000 trophy and the cash prizes. k Rates $2.00 Per Day.
I lie
also <<
S announces that he will makea Li9htS.i

.. Michigan) asked(the a present It Is Thought They X11,I\entu- fight for the Minneapolis$2,000 trophy : MRS. CELESTE MINKS, f fN

t.I.'r : I pony 30-year and cash. ..
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concession offer free 'phones ally Become Entirely Ex- Ni41af5iN14 11.1444 55.444444mys4 1t 1
Kilpatrick says bt will endeavor to
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or and marshal!!

: Coffee was slipped through mistake and the company re- Alderman Klock thought hausted. and negotiate he feels two miles inside of a minute i ..*********************.**. M *'********
TIllS n sancminp nf_. dome____. _ifiint.__. -***'**********
: me to sell at eo t. If in it would chise asked was too loose Following interesting information is ---.0---- ae
> put cans cost :20 cents the like of which the world has never i THE MYRTLE AVENUE |
I at wholesale, and retail at !"."> cents. Sold in any quantity. Alderman Conrad said the I from the United States Geological Survey before itnesaed. j k* MYRTLE, centrally Located. {
tern is '
and
: I also have Coffees for :eO(), 2o, .".."> and 10 cents per lb. They are foolish very to grant; poor the (' The Bulletin ease with: which flowing wills: can I The entry of Lewis Strang was received *k A Homelike Boarding: House with all modern conveniences. :

: Mocha and Java, Bogota and Santos, Maracaibo and Guatemala; and Mayor Greene said : be obtained by drilling in many localities dally Saturday. He will drive a ape- Can accomodate more table boarders. ..* l
constructed Buick .similar
: also Mexican Cordova. Mild and high grade Rio. Must be sold would grant a franchise as along the East Coast of Florida has to the one which cleaned up racer the, field at I : PRICES REASONABLE. *

S at once. was referred to the caused them to be regarded as sourcesof Sew Orleans. f* MRS. C. KOST, Proprietress. *

tee. inexhaustible supply,and deep drilled Burman is already in Florida and I 4..4.. ..f.-'. -w-w44- .
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If meant as a "feeler" it wells from which the water is allowed to
will be joined by Strang this week, and
j S.V. CARROLL ing success, for the waste be I I'
i may teen at many place in this so the fun has already begun in .
their"ft'eling" in no part of the State. The fleet of this These away. (tee...........................
early comers will be joined now \ I
S guage.It; waste of water on the flow of the wells :I An Elegantly Appointed Small Hotel Two
Blocks
and from
day by day, the beach is expected' Depot.
5 The 'North was voted to fix the has recently been studied by geologists I STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHTS
Beach
Street Grocer. THOSE 19. : speedily to be transformed into a scene j : LARGE VERANDAS LAWN
I responsible for the handling of the United States and Florida geological of AND SHADE TREES.
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ppeeding activity. !
.IIII1.1.111.1.1IIIII.IIuIiota30i.Iai.IS.II111I11111.U works funds at $50,000.: i surveys in connection with a genera I Wires for additional entry blanks are j i : THE ISLINGTON f
President Gove appointed investigation of the grouad-a ater -
supplies pouring in on Promoter Morgan, and i| : ,

....N.. 11...1.e.....1......ot ..................... Smith and Klock) to met't ", of the State. A comparison of every day from now till the big event is j II Me:!. J. B. PARKINSON, PROPRIETOR
metto Club Wednesday, '- some wells that are shut oil when not 18 South
: J. B. GARRISON declared on is expected to witness the : Ridgewood Ave., Daytona, Florida.
s o'clock, at their "Civ'ic i in use with others that are allowed to

A close examination of This meeting is looking flow without regard to waste shows a dl'- arm'al in of the new racing machines carnival.and! greater interest I : .................................................1

T 1 al work finished and char electriC-I. ments for the upbuilding, cline in the head or volume of water The great aroplane races are attracting -I .

,: from this shop shows how, ( and President improvement Gove reported of the from the In uncapped localities wells, wells after a few j attention far and wide. It will be I :........... .......1.NN11.................... ........
: ly and honorably we transact our years. are far the first aeroplane race ever !been in the '
business. Electrical : heM a conference with I apart the decline may be so slight as to I Accomodate Fifty.
repairs receive world. E. Laure Jones editor of Aeronautics : "THE PINES
i Farrott, of the F. E.C. Hy., NEW HOUSE.
: I be unuoticeable; but where many wells
special attention. Those believes
t that the beach with its :i All Coaventonces. r
t v who employ about gentleman had promised of< nearly the same depth have betn wide i .
( us never worry margins will be just the place to
and shall have the first attention drilled in the tame town the amount of Rates: $2.50 Per Day and Up. Special by the Month.
our charges, they know bei. tryout flying machines. A wide, hard I :
t fore engaging us that our workmanship : resume the construction of | water now flowing is decidedly! less than surface for starting and a steady breeze j I An attractive souse with large and airj rooms, hot and cold water through the

i. will be the best. i'arrott recognized that i 1 j it was originally. This condition is [helps to "take wing," so he is enthuSi.I''| : house,sulphur or salt water baths,electric lights,furnace beat and telephone.
need at Daytona and said shown by wells\ at Jacksonville, St. AugUstine aetic and is helping to Some of the pleasant features of The Tines"are Its wide verandas aDd Its Root
demands at the extension it Xew arden,affording a flue view of the country, river and ocean.
Smyrna, Daytona Palatka
i Daytona Electric Co. i immediate attention. feature of the carnival. "The PIII s"l"situated on Mouth IUd ""l'Ood, the blghetl avenue In Day ton m.
and elsewhere.: Glenn II. Curtiss, leading American I': KOOIIISsingle oren suite, with or without private bath.
Z r The appointment of a City
in
Experience other artesian
areas ,
r 232 South Beach Street. : aroplane man next to Wright Brothers, : OPEN FROM NOVEMBER I
and a City Attorney was h \ should serve as warning to users of 15 TO MAY i.
called at the office of the Florida beach :
.N.......1...........1.........1..1................. the next meeting.The the Florida wells. In Indiana wl.ere tournament representative and said he I MRS. J. B. HINSKY I
Proprietress.
assessed valuation water flowing out between the casingsof You d be uir hand with one of his ma- ;

************************** ***** ******************** property last year was hundreds of abandoned gas wills chines. I' 338 South Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA FLA. t
.. H.288,000 This year it is 1:1:5 been allowed to waste for 4 t.
years
I Carl Bates, of Chicago, a 20yearoldboy
| N. ERICKSON = a gain of' nearly a < \ many of these wells have cea-ed! to expected to be a formidable rival of .
l _' dollars. I I flow. In Caliornia and elsewhere!
j the Wrights will start for in
Daytona a
J Cabinet Mailer. Wood WorKer. : Assessor Edmnndson (' bondsse'I I! I farming districts once made fertile: by few( days with his a-roplane built entirely : t.1.1N/Ne11N11Ne..1 11NN : .... .. .
had failed to find where the from
irrigation flowing wells\ have
by himself. His machine is strikingly
t Picture Frames, IXx>r and \\' llllow Screens made to order. : Railway depots and I i become desolate through their j like those of the Wright except in :t THE PROSPECT

were assessed. Unless these ; reckless uiisUM .
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. t1 t1S i the rudder. This boy will make his I
in the Comptroller's returns The exhaustion of the
; artesian
w.ttcrs -
| beach ;
the
t. I headquarters on and build '
.r.Yl<........lF.....att..l'st .*****************.******:1 erties are subject not only of Florida, is not. perhaps, immi- South Ridgewood Avenue
himself little machine
.. a Hjiug house; in I
I but will come in for a ) :I'I nent. but it is t'a.y to understand that whuh to store his machine. :

t111.elee..e.e.. ..eeeee............ ;. .............. taxes. I(I when the water flowing out of the Roy llarroun and Horace B. Wild, Steam feat, Electric Lights, two blocks from
Mayor Greene presented ,I ground exceeds in amount that supplied '
-. also! of Chi8goi11 bring
J' R. D. TAYLOR Electrical Contractor : ments and I from its ultimate source: the and try for the prizes. A Mr.aeroplanes Beach, : depot and postottiee. Garage on premises.

: seemed to strike the City flow will gradually diminish: and that
of the of the
son editor Scientific American
(House Wiring a Specialty. t orably President Gove \' )' aea: from which water runs to j I is rushing the work on an are : ROOMS ONLY.
they were in harmony with : waste lessens the common supply of
-Ii I Dealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades, : sion plan of government neighboring wdl\\ Owners are therefore plane helping to have it ready for the I t
urged to see that wells are cap[>eil] .
No. DAYTONA FLA. : denied The
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: Mayor's ,
Lamps Orange avenue, Mayor otherwise shut ofT when not in u..e It will be a sight worth seeing, all I

,.. .1.1....1...............S....S.................e.eN cation was referred to the 1 these livers in competition with the seagulls NNN..++.+..N 1......+...*1111.++.......N..1N.N:
mittee for further I
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More Bridge Talk. !; \ herons and cranes in the heaven I -
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lowing are some of the above and the great beach-skimming'

.. .N0..............0..i ............... ........... Features of the paper: lion. James E. Alexander, of Ik-Land, monsters on the beach below. ......................................................
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i 'As the most of you are of Vol usia's members of the loner -

i Bond Lumber Company on the Council and we arc House of the Legislature, is puLlislmit: THE CLEVELANDMagnolia

upon a new year I feel that notice in the IX:Laud News of his in- Death at Ormond. i .\\ IIUf', opposite I'ostoflice

tune at this time to call ; to introduce in the Legislature Mrs. Harriet[ C. Ford, wife of GeorgeC.

ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER ... to a few facts which confront \ connnes next month, a bill for < Ford, of Clevilan, Ohio died at Or- I Rooms Only Steam Heat Sanitary Tlumhing. Gas

PINE AND CYPRESS will require your immediate appropriation to build a bridge over 'mond Saturday night of abdominal hemorrhage Lighted. Everything up to date.

attention."I Halifax mcrat or near Da)tona. the result of a fall from a horse S. B. GREEN i

Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime find that the retiring "Jecll1$" has declared that I.eoull I while out riding Saturday morning Proprietor.
.. give Daytona the sort of bridge; Mr. and Mrs. Ford have been sojourning .....sseSSo.I..M............................. I
Office and Yards: Fast Ct' left you to assume and
and Cement in Stock. Hallway and Orange Avenue wants and needs and must have > at Ormond, and while out riding -
overdraft of $951.17;
: achieve the greatest po: iblu success :Saturday morning, it is said, Mrs. F'ord'I
LL8Bond: Mill.AtlantlcCoast Line Rj.. Kx>miles south of Jacklon lIIe. and unpaid S1.330.0S: '. released the reins for *****************************************************
: to be speaker of the Lower Ilou-rf: a moment and before !
Kalamazoo on ttanford Branch cr the K K.C. Hy. debtedness of S2,2S-I.8: In *
It is in order now for Da)tomans and < !she could recover them the horse THE HOWARD
i this you have ordered
of the peninsula to in I probably in play, began to jump and x
Phone 83 R. J. MAl.UY, Manager. I for $125, which, with what keep i
with Mr. Alexander and with i rear, throning Mrs. Ford to the ground, '
.1..e....... 1.ee.1N ........ .......................... II quire to keep up the ; Centrally located on Volusia Avenue, the main avenue from the depot to
legislators mav hare influence (the fall causing the injuries which later j ,
I of the city until taxes are you # the aster front on the Halifax{ U \ 'r. Three minutes walk to stores, post
lected in April I have e ith and explain the situation and show i resulted in her death. She was but 29 I : office, churches, etc. The (Howard is strictly a first-class house in every

................ .............. ................ .. I amount to about $1.000. our interest. :years of age. i fs respect at moderate prices. THl TABLE A SPECIALTY. Northern
; approximately S3.2SIS5 The interest of the ma..ss in this The remains were shipped to the homeof K cooking, the cuisine \('-ptiunalIy goal, the best the market affords. Under

WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING should provide immediately is diametrically opposed to tee Mrs. Ford'b parents at Newark, N. J., the direct super icon of the proprietor. The house has every modi rn convenience

t I of the majority stuck holders I for interment, accompanied by Mr. Ford. 1 x and impru\"f'mellt. 11.us large veranda and and in
pagoda surrounded -
i ior no other course that you can
| \ Tin Hoof: Hot Air Furnace
getting a Galvanized Iron Tank a..flew a to borrow about $3 (000 for the bridge who will as they 1i C i i by loans and shad'' trus. Is dry and well ventilated

< of the other mctl1U.'l.t'ssit reijiiireel to complete a modern before in another legislature: be :: For terms upj>l> to the proprietor.
any Z "This is not an en{'ou For Sale or Rent.A 1
: represented, and unless a strong/ pre-
dwelling, remember that but it is one which has I of the case is made Mr. Alex beautifully situated home on the I I: JOHN C. HOWARD.
Council for
i every incoming bill will go for naught.It high bluff of the Indian River, at South i< 1

I I and it should not continue.| occurs to the Dailv News that it Titusville. (House has ten rooms and j :**.*...**.**.******.*.*** .****.*X..*******.*#**.*..*

I C. NASH a SON "I claim that from a b\J would be in order to call a meeting of modern improvement Is surrounded .

.1 DAYTONA, FUA.J I. i point no one Council should those intended in the bill Representative with screened porch ; 300 feet waterfront '

ing the year more than Alexander propo-ee, to confer: with ; duck and boat house; launch and I -

come for that year, except him and at the time to T lla- row-boat can go in bargain,or sold epa-- i
hest and reliable service at fair prices. proper go
J s! are prepared to give prompt
i vide for the future pa>ment aee and lend whatever aid scents: b<*c .ately. Along the shore is a park of : $ Fine Leather SeatDining

i General repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory. The Mayor discusses the < essarv.. palms and banana trees. On the groundsare : : '
: deficit, and the reasons for about 3/i bearing orange trees, besides j
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i Phone 58 Out of town work solicited. : < limes, lemons and tangerines, etc. Room
relief
suggests& measures. Goes to St. Petersburg., )Ettensive grounds that go in the bargain

.N..N......d..N..Ssss.................NN.NN..e thinks the Council should can be sold in building lots.ouIdbewellforaSanitarium.. B<:autfrl in d n, ..'h r.1 1 back. Made of qturttr-uwtd
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bookkeeper whose business I The It.J.. E. Dates who for several I \\ 1(,..<.1 .ik a d, a t r.! i: : : : I.. :11)) _"y: nli'-hed.! Grain Icathtr scat
I past has been pastor of the First t For further particulars, Mrs C N'el-on b .track: .. c, :: lu' '.. 11. :.1 l Ti.c rtui. .possible only because
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to keep the eity's :- years .. .
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I Box 105TitU3ville Fla. 2td2w I..r nom h' n : .t:'at '.r.z t* ii'; S for chairs exclusively.! t-itning'
and codified in so s). (' Baptist church: at De Land, has severed I : fro cat tl",,i? cl! :1:1:I k.'. '$ 1:1" 'h.,., i ii: tiCS that we can ml ovl Ole
dealer's aiiJ .il J to al wholesale.g .
profit o i ) you
1 TflOFACEITURYthe.( { densed form as to be able : I I his connection with that congregationand run no cia;:c .f f. r a. g..t Purr money balk il evrry chair is not
ORM01iETllAtlA Council any information tt : Las accepted a call to the church fat t Mr. and Mrs.: Henry Van Dorn arrived txdlr.ttr.] : ; '.'. Yoaaaveatiea.tonedoti.rlathree
'i a-iJ: i:.t b_t\r s>..':'fac/. Ctmr. fur l dmins-ro parlor. bid-rooM.
St. Fla. bit first from Miami Monday in response: to .
notice of the various fi ] Petersburg preaching !t p"r 1. 1 Mi.n. .t
r1e ve b: een SuPPiyi a at-ktraia from this city announcing ir I'c', ?.i:.t 11 t1N0.tsh! .1. All kindsniiwoud.3Addicr 1 ntstrlck
tions in which the: city ; : there :Sunday:) morning and I .. .
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C.Iaiw. f'I! : vi' a'' I i-' 'al l 'hri.t..aa lift that
needs MacVmer llSe.VS. bills receivable evening the serious illness with pneumonia oftheir F're. v. .i :i : :;. ,u a i ie\-':ti! |.r:.. t': it tier ;e m I4 tnonfj: vr >
: of )j payable i I ,;, ) .y. K..i4 n>rltU-4../sere. Ifl).uori rreeusrequest.:
of the : The Rev. Mr. Oates will leave for his little daughter: Louise The kind .
I such complete .
We carry Marge stofk' of grasp I FLORIDA CHAIR F:':TCaY, Brida; and Monroe SU, JscksonvlIU. FU.ilFine
AIDSTATIOt4ARYEMGINES; L.E.RS to tell them any time just new charge in about two Wrtk. ass not expected: to lire Sunday, LuthEr
PORTABLE ,
\ are at," to quote the lIooz Rev. J. E. Dates is a father (Altur-- parents: found her somewhat improved. -

Sav.Mlls) 41. VlooiVforkmerj. Midtite-( E. F. Gates, of the law firm of Fit Mr. Van [)urn was obliged lo
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Sas of all K.niSiWfmg 1U\1 Saf flies. man.The Mayor recited that 51.raid .\; Dates this city. return at once to Big Pine Key. Mrs.' : : : :t.

Q.k! GUARhhTEE Yiii-i-TitorECT xajt Van lions haJ .gone to Miami i I last weekto :' Promptly executed j
.. AN. TCUM$ iness K growing very
tf B'/ COMPANY the issuance of $50,000 look for a location for housekeeping/ i i Job Printing
; 0 fiee.t
t bonds $35,000 school Automobile tires and inner In b.uIlanil.ec.l ..s, and will move to that city as soon as the : GazetteNews .

w s f"OP.nTK: st ATLANTA UA- some $15,000 outstanding \ Oliter's garage little girl's condition will permit. j 1 :t l
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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS OUKGE i ; CUT IS FIRE SWEPT. SIR. DINS IS FOR f GOOD ROADS. I THE DOCTOR'S QUESTION .
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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY kkk kkkThe AWcs agaInst the Use of Harsh PurlatlTes |


z: : T. H. FITZGERALD Editor The Fire Fiend Consumes Choice Commissioner Thinks The i t and Physics.

i A doctor's first question when consulted I CONRAD (MW CO. II

: Buildings In The Central I Gap Should Be Built To br a patient is,"are your bowels regular"
e THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY I i I H. knows that npnetr.eight' per cent of ZT

District. Brevard Line. illness is attended with inactive bowels and

( INCORPORATED ) torpid liver. This: condition poisons the i for your Pet (Cream) Milk, 6 small cans for 25c, : J I
I Tuesday afternoon about 2:30 Every citizen on the east side of the system with noxious gases and waste matter

I o'clock the explosion of a kerosene lamp county is interested in the extension of which naturally accumulates which, : to go on yourToasted :
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I Entered at the Postoffice at'Daytona, Florida as Second Class Matter.t the Volusia county road south to the mult be removed through the bowels before
( | in the drug store of Dr. Bill Orange health can be restored. : Corn Flakes Post Toasties t

City started a fire which pro'C'd"pry Brevard county line, and citizens on the K Salts, ordinary pills and cathartics may ,

1' ( SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 'destructive! and but for the timely ar1 coast side of Brevard are likewise into rested be truly likened to d)nanite. Throughtheir !

q 1 rival of the DeLand fire departmentj in the completion of Brevard's harsh, irritating action they force a Triscuit all at lOc each. |i'

t_; One coPy one year_._...........:...............-......................-.?.___.....11.50 cleaned this road north from Titusville to connect passage through the bowels causing pain ,
-i One copy six months..... ......... ..................................................-.--. ..75i j have almost up and damage to the delicate intestinal j Puffed Rice, Wheat Berries, 130., 2 for 2sc. :: ,

One copy three months..........................................__.__._- --.... t0t ': Lt'autifullittle inland town. with VoluMa's good roacs structure whkh weakens the whole, system, .

------ -- ---- ------ ;, From the drug store' the flames spread This connection is too important to the and at best only produces temporary relief. | S. W. Biscuit and Quaker Oatmeal. 2 for 25c. I
coast region not to he completed this The repeated use of such treatments cause
SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1909 i to other buildings and the Fen wick summer chronic irritation of the stomach and bowels : Cream of Wheat, Kalston Breakfast: Food or : J
I lIout'.t'ral stores and residence hardens their tissues, deadens their
-- ---- -- -- -- j were consumed and as leaping flames The Brevard County Commissionersare nerves, stiffens their muscles, and generally : Petit John at I5c each. I

NStWEH. ARR GlNG R rl 1 G PROGRAMML : were carrying fire brands in dirt a unit for voting an appropriationfor brings about an injurious habit which '
A every
AN i EDITOR JUKES[ I
I l tion.firhiK distant it looked as the building of their end' of the road; sometimes has fatal results. t Huniford Baking Powder, 1 pound can 25<.'. .J
buildings! ,
fiE Commissioners Bradshaw and Owens, of \Ve have a positive pleasant and safe .
kkki r. r. r. if the entire town were doomed. A call remedy for constipation and bowel this side of Volusia, have declared them We certain of The Conrad Grocery Company : j'1
department
to Dol-and for the help of her fire orders in generaL err! 50 :
: Came To Daytona for a ChangeOf A Number Of Appointments Of | was responded: to promptly, selves and it only remains for the threecomniisi'toners its great curative value that w e promise! to .

I Got More Than i I I Those Who Will figure In |I and they soon had control of the situation removed from the coast fetus the purchasers money in every case t. 1;. T. Conrad & Co's.. old stand. 2
Scene And the when it fails to produce entire sati.-f action.
i i and saved the day. to say word This remedy is called Recall Ordeilies.V :1NNN............................................. 1

I He Expected.The | The Races. j Several stores and about tight reid The completion of such road will enhance urge you to try them at our entire risk.

the value-of propertand help: to Rixall Orderlies are very pleasant totike J
y fo'lowii' word-painting is by rx- Fntri are conning in doily for the i iSevdith nces burned with a loss of fully $20- -- --- -
[ g plant s..ttlru where, there is now liantnock. they act quietly and hat e a soothing, i 1
Aiinu.il D.iytona peach, Florida 000 It is raid that about $ ,UOO insurance -
editor Thos. A On' iM"lto\ IIle. Ky savannah and pint-land flats strengthening healing influence on the entire
Speed| Ctlnt".'-t. March .3..('i MODd I wa carried.Ormig l. intestinal tract. Tbey do net purge, l
who with his wifedid the Floridaitip..'. awaiting the M-ttler; the transformation Walk home in almost shoes.
flatulence, excessive new
..v the intriV* of t"o Fiat were m:id -, | and gripe Cause nausea I any
+ of i p City has a standpipe( wassupposed of a waste region into grove< gardens diarrhaa other effect i
the city editor looseness : or annoying
ago comfortable.
Twenty-five
years .ind TU>M.I)' Paul I ,,('rhix, .Aferieanmanager t They start
hi' well
r to equipped to fight and pastures will more than its and they may be taken at any time a
the: Gaiette-Xcws did his first editorial of the famous l I'fiiiult: film expects I iite, but it 'i'tns to have been wantingin co.t11)' delay the ,matter repay( without any inconvenience. r (With every few steps they lose com

work on a little college paper and Mr. to send his entry for one or two I the nt-ces.ary hose.Do ThefJazetteMwsdoosnot belif-vcthat Kexall Orderlies overcome the drugging I M fort.
, Jaabit and cure constipation and all similar
Herbert that
Lytle telegraphed
i Davis big printery published the paper cars. i the Colllllli""i"nt-r4! on the, west side! are ailments,whether acute or chronic. They Try a pair of smart White House Shoes
he would make an entry Inform Saturday -:
Sorry we didn't see this old 1 Krpiiblicnn and the importers of the hertz cars 'I Figures Gver Lie ? I II disposed to ignore the appeal for the are especially good for children, weak persons '1'lalk home, or anywhere-they start
or old folks. Price, 36 tablets, *5C, '
and war-horse when he was in completion of this link The Commissioners comfortable. Continue comfortable ,
fire-eater eHt::| to make at h a.-t one nnina- I Stories: a.- to what property owners on ana 12 tablets, IOC Trios JEFFERSON
the value of go.l. -end 1
appreciate
comfortable-stay graceful.
1' the city -City Editor] t tion. I Ocean boulevard were willing to close hurtle II Young, I>.tuna, I'la.VOLUSIA'S j
I I roads, and at every meeting give evidence -
"I came here yesterday for a change II'I The question of referee was decided on the ocean end and what others opposed SHOES.For
of thtir interest in road illJllro'e.ment WHITE HOUS3 i
of scene-and got what I came for. Saturday, when the position was oiTendto such closing have been rather conflicting

with few added and wholly unexpectedcharms I and acceptetl by S. A. Miles, (il'Ol'rallana1.r II In order to ascertain the exact situa and road extension, ; they are I
a handicapped it i is true for lack of funds. | Men $3.50, $4.00. $5.00. For Women $3.50, $4.00 $5.00 I
; for of a verity this is the most of the National Association of lion a prominent, Seabreeze real estate :
This important stretch will be built, |
enchanting city in all Florida. It seems Automobile Manufacturers, who is one man made a personal investigation' : and
and other roads will built
be
fast *
as: a
to have been dropped down into the of the best posted men in the United canvas of the boulevard with this result: i
practicable.Good Then all children
again, healthy play.
midst of a primeval forest of giant lite- Slates, and who has always; interested 1'er.soiis for closing the boulevard own roads than other I SCHOOL
more any onething
oaks, pines and palms, or to have himself in racing affairs. In fact muchof 2JOO: feet frontage. I
have placed Volusia in the front
sprung up uuder the influence! of a ma the good in the present raring rules Persons against closing the boulevard
rank of Florida counties and Volusia is 1
gician's wand. was suggested by lr.. li1ell,who will come own 1310: feet frontage. :
to maintain her lead
South this week and attend to some of going ST ANDING.Some
Persons not heard from own 525 feet Gazette-Ne readers will be interested! Follow your leader- !
the preliminaries for the race meet at frontage.To.
IU set out to make it atypical :: in letter received from -
promoters Daytona. Fred. J Wagner, the famous a just County Running, jumping and sliding build up s..
New : with the Commissioner S, B. Owens in
England tillage tn
reply a little bodies batter little shoes.
official! starter of the \'andei Lilt Cup and Facts And Figures of Interest up ae '
i residential bee uppermost in their bonnets Have City Directory.A letter addressed the Commissioner by .
Savannah races, will have charge of the I Buster
and the palatial homes, the editor of this It reads: Brown Shoes are built for just
; many paper. : In The Educational
entries, and start them this year, which long ft It want is about to be supplied '
pretty cottages, beautiful wide lawns "Oak Hill, n,.., ti-'O-J.). that kind of service. Quality in the ma-
is a guarantee that the events will be {iu the form of a city directory It
' and embowered avenues, with an almost I "T. E. Fitzgerald: World. terial-care In the making, is what counts.
run promptly and! right. L high time that a city of Daytona'isize
absence of ,' are quiteconclusive I j ""EditorGazette-News Yourfa\ of There's double in
painful 'shops wear every pair.
y !It. F. ]\pyl'llIirlllnn of the Hoard j should! have some definite means of

i evidences of the successful of Control of the National Cycling Ai<& -I locating residents, as well for the convenience the second> inst. was duly received and ISTAIQIBIIS I, AND mam. BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES.For
t accomplishment of their plans. content noted and in reply Hill say the '
ciation. will have charge theM-orror of those permanently located

"Did you ever picture a place tx-fore more of professional bicycle rider, who I lucre a.s<< for those only sojourning in the present Board of County Conimia-ioncrs !I >. r. x youngsters, $1.50 to $2.50 gl:
it-and it all ? I j jI for this is
you saw get wrong county fully in harmonywith
will take part In cycling contests and I I (city for the place has grown to suchproportions
have, and this is one of the times. I the good roads movement. The Statistics are misleading unless theyare
record trials. Ernest La Hw' June": that many of the townspeople I I
the Halifax river II carefully considered, so please note .. ""
thought was probablya of
southern
editor A-ronautics will superintendthe are not familiar with cither the put: our county, which happens I According to siz s.
trifle larger than creek but it' be in district that in the following sometimes it i is desirable -
goose ; flying machine efforts, and is named or 111"rt.sf residence of others. to my : has b-e n i i
a mile wide at !Daytona fringed with n-I I somewhat these to lie as near the first as possible
neglected along lint's ,
peeled that the Motor A. Yachts An enterprising citizen of one of the '! THE PECK-HENDR1CKS CO Fla.
tropical vegetation, artistic cottagesand how Ujvwell on the famous wide hard suburban towns, being awake to this and there are parts of the road!, which i I and sometinus! as near the last. A-! Daytona,

hospitable hotels overlooking its I at times, are impassable for autos. 'i I though there i is room for much improve
beach. F.arl Kiugton, president of the necessity. is now engaged in compiling adirectory
bosom electric launches and motor This; is true of the prairie across the i| merit we have to feel proud of our rank
Federation of Amf'ri'anlotorc1ists: of the city, which will also 1
boats flitting in every direction, a veritable I head, of the Indian riler. but I am in ;: and ,standing as a county
will art as Chairman of the Tt'ehnit'llli contain some pages:: of geneial information -
Mrca for fishermen the Halifax is Committee, and the motorcycle entries;I as well The book is to be gottenup hopes to make a good roud ot this when '| last year there were 131,722 pupils O N S O N tiN'Ntr 1tD1NNN91N 1N ..NI

a thing of beauty and a joy to every fellow the water dries out. I I I enrolled in the public schools of Florida
includes the erof fast i in and durable form being
greatest num machines ,I good shape
who ran sit on Beach street and "Assuringyouthat shall always be I -J 3.U 10 white and .)oB 12 colored Of

look out upon( it. Then I thought Sea ever entered. One of the entries I.. cloth bound. The revenue for its ready for any thing in my power in this ,' these Volu- county enrolled 2,918- I THE STANDARD OIL I
yesterday was a 2U-hor'fp."er| Indian i issue must be in part derived from advertising restect. I am, Yours truly, I COMPANY
breeze was on t'other tide of Daytona, I.I l, O.tlite and 1113] colored. ;
racer by Chappie, who intends to challenge pages and it is thought that S. OWKXS.,"
when, in fact, Daytona is on the westside Among the counties of the State Vo
Bruce Brown, a well-known New the business men of the city will give it To which statements from Commissioner -
of Seabreeze, with the Halifax: flow lusia county ranks 19th in the number
York amateur automobile driver, to a I their hearty support. I Owens hundreds of people will
ing between, but spanned by several | of pupils enrolled, 13th in the number oftl'al.tlt'rs I will deliver
'
race on the beach. say "Amen. A great many are of gasoline without
built I Ii
bridges on piling. ,. employed and 22d in the number I
that the to the Brevard ,
--- opinion
."To my mind Ilidgewood avenue i is gap of schools maintained. This means

Daytona's crowning glory. It runs ( ORMOND ) county line is the most important unfinished that we are far above the average in the I any charge for delivery at
road attention The GazetteNews
inviting
through the renter of the city north and i numl>er of large graded schools maintained "

south on the crest of a broad ridge i L- [(C PORT ORANGEMr. ) I I think hopes so too.the County Commissionerswill and in the number of teachers i any point in Daytona Sea '

eighteen miles long and as straight a? Mrs. I. Ii. Sawyer and son, Everett, rmploved in proportion to the pupils enrolled ,

the crow flies. On either side the wide- of St. Louis, Mo., arrived at their winter i
.
Cushtnanuent: to Jaiksoruiilcwei last breeze Beach Or.
I spreading branches of massive liveoaksextend 'k. home last Friday. Mrs. Sawyer is a I \\hileweareiyth in the number of Daytona ,

their giant arms across this mag- I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colby. 1 WILL SOAR pupils enrolled are 11th in the nurubr .
mIHE\
Mr. Sufrcs of Illinois\ has IJO\lrht the CLOUDS. I
nificfnt vita: forming a perfect arch, lot corner of Orange street on Dunlaw- Mr.I and Mrs. Burt and }Ir, and I I of pupils above the 7th grade. This i mond or Port Orange. Quality I

and from these extending! arms great \Vfl,,.,ter. of Springfield Mass., are rs'l shows that we are, in a measure, successful -
ton avenue, of Mrs. IK.udin\iIle. As stated in Thursday's Daily :News, I
festoons of Spanish moss sways as the pying the Mason cottage a few weeks. | in holding! our pupils through: the :
Miss May Milburn came home from I I'II and
the first of the thing machines to take quantity guaranteed.
trade-winds from tropical seas fan them. The Ormond Boat Club pulled off another higher, grades.!
St. Augustine Friday to speed Saturdayand 'II part in the coming race vents on the .
Looking straight ahead down this hell
boat race oa Wednesday morning. Wo are 13th in the number of teachers
Sunday with her parents. beach has arrived by from Chicago t Call Office Phone 128
street one has the impression of a fairy express '
There
were eleven entries and the prizeswere emplovcd but 3rd in the number hold-
.
Bishop P. Gray was: here Fridayand I accompanied by the and
: owner
path with elfish draperies, but as you held divine service in Grace church $10, a barrel of gasoline, $.).00 and ng first grade certificates, 2nd in the i Mills Transfer 77
operator, C. S. Bates, who designed and
move along you see on either tide I $2 50 The w inners were the hotel boat number of graduates of Normal schools,
in the evening when three were confirm- built this
practically aeroplane himself
charming cottage homes in most delightful ....1. I I Nile Parties, first prize, the Miss Duster and 1th in the average experience oC our : Warehouse GO
aid has made successful flights with it

settings.* Major Im Morris was in town Sunday and Brown the second Mystic' fourth.prize, the Nigara third ) at Chicago, where he has resided for the tviichort.Then Kerosene Oil Delivered by Tank \\'dg011 :

afternoon I are twenty-four counties in the ,
past five years, going to that city: from
"Hut I'm stuffing your tpacctoo full of \Ve had a moving picture show all last Another race will come off the last his home at Clear Lake, Iowa. Stitethat levy a higher assessment for I- Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils. '.

Daytona I'll take a drive Northwardto week in a tent on the river hore. part of the month I Mr. Bates, who is quite a young man, school purposes than we do, yet Voljsia ;

Ormond. Six' miles up KidgcwooO J. II. HUM! ot St Augustine.rame has worked out sortie very important county ranks seventh in the aggregate +O+++O+.1NNN.INNs.sS...ON.S..+ ..+.+++ONNN- .

f avenue, passing numerous orange groves in Sunday to look our town over, with', features in the construction his ma- IM'I.I for teachers' salaries, eighth in the

golden with luscious fruit, you come to the view of setting among us. chine and attributes the fact that it can average monthly salary ninth in the
r HOLLY HILLMiss
Ormond, an unpretentious hamlet on Mr. IuU..is of IJlufTton. S. C. and ( jl I be operated with from one-fourth to total enditure| for school purposes,

the. West bank of the Halifax." Miss Dulioisand her niece Mrs. Yande- I one-half the horsepower of other :ero- second I in the amount expended for

cater, of Hyde Park, X. Y'., arrived Martha cousin Mrs. planes to the greater: m'cu-ncy of his school FUI'Ili"I.of''t'lid: in the average t

"From the Ormond hotel to the sea Monday tn visit their nephew Dr.Dultois I I Haferkorn I'' propeller. length of the school term, and first in OUR FOUR CARDINAL PRINCIPLES
Kline, left for her home ---
on Wednesday :
beach is Ices than half and hereae the
a mile I net cast balance at the end of the
Another feature of Mr. 1
in Champagne, III. Mr. Kline accompanied : important
enter on the world-famous Daytonabeach Mrs Simroe was hostess of the card jiar.
her far Jacksonville. Bates machine is that it is self-starting, f
for a drive of eight miles to Sea party Tuesday evtning.KINGSTON; I' as as : that is it can be started in flight upon its While Volusia county ranks nine- ;

breeze. This is the raring ground for ACe numbered amongst our visitors I own whet-Is] without any laying of track !i! tti-nth in the number of pupils enrolled, ABSOLUTEJAFEIY, Insured by ;

automobiles The sand parks so firmly last week Mr. and Mrs. Kenney, Mr. and I. or other preparation, all that is necessary | it ranks thirteenth in the value of apparatus !

that the wheels of a vehicle make no im- i Mrs. Cornell, Mrs. Graham Thompson, being. comparatively level j;| and furniture, and seventh in the i

pri's| ;$ion upon| it and nowhere else in I Mrs. and Miss Milligan, Mrs. Gartsboer I ing ground. This i i..* a great point l'tart-1 as total value of school property. Capital $1XUX( ) ( ) i

any country has been found uih ( I and her neice MiSs Gunn. from London.
a combination J II Mr. Bates is enabled to alight and make I Althoughe rank twenty-second in

-width of U-ach and solidity Canada. successive flights from different loca- tIp number of school maintained, we Surplus $250,000 1
j
and smoothness of After finding a few days with her i
surface. H -ar. Ira rank eighth in the number visits i to
lions, provided only the lay of the land
the nc\er-cetiMng roar of the surf on the The building for the new meat mallet I I daughter Mrs. Jerktl, Mrs. Mann returned is favorable.The I the schools: I paid \by superintendent, Stockholders LuiHl! .y $100,000 t.

left, the many-shaded grim of old i is almost to Seabrooke on Tuesday. and thirty-u hth in the
complete and Mr. Gaiury haiuoed par cent that
> aeroplane which is now in the express
I Actualpcurity to
Ocean I W. II. Heath made I : depositors $450,000( ) f
his first
seemingly toiuhing the horizon in to it and foiniiu-nced tUMur. shipment office, knocked \\ nand crated the superintendent's salary and travel-

the snowy white-caps tossing! at our, Messrs. C. S and H. (1 Orr, of Springfield !i of celery on Wednesday will be put together, adjusted and tried I', ii g .xpt.n..s are of the total teachers' \ ..

fet'tt', bowled lazily and dreamily Pa, arrived at The Fcrndale on I Mrs. 11 A Carter was in Daytona last out as sown as Mr. Bytes has selected a |i salaries of the county. We are seventhin NOTE:-Tins Hank is Number One Cn the "Honor Iloll" of '
along caringerv little whether ethool; I Thursday visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
the
total
Saturday and taxes collected, but
were jo'fullytleomeJ twelfth
: location near the beach and constructed National Hanks in Florida, anti Xo 187 in the whole
kept or not to I II Carter. in the administration _
Kingston again by their many wurin a shelter m which to hou-e the machine. ; expenses.
.
I it-mis here. S. T. Hill and C G. Tow *y drove It will probably take two days or more We have h'C'DtY'IM'tial tax districts United States, among over hixty-eiRU humlrt-d NationalHauls. ) --i.

)Jr. Crans and wife, of DeLand over from Winter Park last Saturday.On : in this ('OIlIIty.nllle there are eight 'j..
: havet .
to it In fur
put together shape trial.
If PA ikea), Monday Mr. and Miss Brown and counties ahead of us in this respect! yet i
rooms in the Will Parker I
house, The ,HToplane when ready for flight is !; there are eleven counties that have
Mrs. M. J. iarland none
f Passes .Av\ay.i it \Ion Mulberry street. Mrs. Hobbins and little daughter were 1k
r 28x28 feet at extreme points and about at all. __ ____ tag CONSERVATISMProven ,
G. W. Harris.Mr. '
t A message received yc U-rday'I' We are phased to note that Miss May over calling on nine feet in height. The motor is a two-1 I
: and Mrs. J. M. Dillon and Miss
I conveys the intelligence of the death inNew j! Kingston daughter of Fred Kingston, cylinder gasoline engine of ten or Meeting Live Oak Chapter No. 1 .

Yorkin Wednesday, of Mrs. J. M. ;,. \\ho had a severe att:1'k.of pneumonia, Emery of London, Ontario, Canada, horsepower and like all the heln'l by our success and eot reputation' ,
'1 is spent several days with Mr. land Mrs. The regular me lingo( Live O Chap ,
Garland, for rid'nt' recovering rapidly.I
... many years a
the machine, except the wheels, is of t No. 1 O. 1S" SQUARE DEALING
r ,
Heath their Tuesday night
;; of South Beach street. i,I Miss Bertha Brooke, of Ostitn, is a on way home from Cuba was '
j Mr. Bate. aud i
design construction.Mr. i
I. t Mrs. Garland! and her daughter, Miss pleasantWtor relatives at Prof j, and Nassau It was Mr. Dillon's and own | largely attended, many visitors being!Iprt
'!' ,
bhcpiurdVAnumi I Miss Emery's first visit and they Bates who arrived at I'I i p. in., !>l.nt. There was an initiation after Ask our patrons
J r Hose Garland, left I).')'tonu eilly' in IVcerulHT were I
charmed with the beauties of yesterday and put up at The Dt--pland, which refreshments were served
to make their home in New ; the lute arrivals at the Fern I Florida, as ]I

!!ii'; York City but the rigors!, of that climate < dale are P H. Chandler Katonton, Ga.; I e?|llt'ciallthe Tomoka rh'er'hicb they lost; no time in looking over the territory ': usual, and a pleasant social time was COURTEOUS TREATMENTOpen I

j. under W. II. Peters taking him over to' enjoed. During the Mrs W
proved Itarsevcreand she pisst-J: j Mr. \andine, LH-Land i j saw particularly auspicious circum- evening I
away t tt 'I the the beach shortly\ after his arrival J II Heath an account with us acid we will tl!nmstrife it.
t after a protracted illness: I I Mr. Hook, a guest of the Fcrndale. s'ancts. Making trip up in the af- an was J presented with a very f;

Her husband preceded her to the grave j has gone for a few dajs'stay at the': ':: teruoon and returning by moonlight, the he expresses himself as greatly impressed handsome Past Worthy Matron's pin in

some two leafS ago leaving the widow Surf Crest on the beach i: water was quite calm and the reflections with the advantages it affords for trial appreciation of herservicesm that office,

and an only son and! daughter, the I J. Fitzgerald lift for Augustine on perfect rendering the scene a wonder- .I flights owing to its smooth surface and in which (M>sition she served for two FIRST NATIONAL BANK,

former in California. hu return trip to Boston, exacting to I land of beauty. the great amount of clear\ space it pro )'Iars. _____ __ -
ides. 1
The stop over at several -- --- i
remains will bo brought to this places enrouie. i
I ____ __ I For S.11e-l.ot on North Ridgewno.l R
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city and buried beside that of her husband Mr. and Mrs. Barnes ST. AUGUSTINE
have rented and Collars 2 cents, all style of shirts II I I frontage> on three streets. Ad- FLA.

in Pinewood cemetery, Daytona moved. into the IVany: cottage on Main J I I8tre 10 cents with work left and called Attorney U. U. Bennett came over I i dress owner. Olive II. Garland 277 ,
1
fetch. + t. for Daytona Steam tf from DeLud
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T. E. Dye, of Urbana, Ohio. is in The ladies of the Congregationalchurch .+++++.*.+.....*...+..++.............................1 j *oooooQo.oGGoooo\

the city for a few days on business. will hold a spring festival :

Attorney Carey D Land, who and afternoon bazaar and in evening Socal hall March Tuesday 16th 1 Seabreeze and Daytona Beach j:

JI came over from leLand) Friday returned Supper from live to eight o'clock.A. JOE OSBORNE

to the county seat Saturday.Mr. : MRS. H. A. BERNARD Editor.SEABREEZE. ,
0. Butts, county superintendent -
LT I John of Vo _._.. ......... ...... ......... ..... .... .. .. ....!I
4 and Mrs. Case, of public instruction, who came '&&&"&vvvy&&&&.&.&..&-& ..&.&.. .. .. ... .&. -' V&&&&&.&.&&..&&.&..... .
I lusia left train Wednes-
avenue by over from DeLand Tuesday. re- March 9.-Mrs.! H. C. vI[I DAYTONA BEACH, March 9-Waij !-

I day for a several days trip down the turned to that city today. While Buckland Miss Mattie Yelvington, Miss j I ter R. Denion, of New London Conn, and

Make our store your store New, coast.J. here ilr. Botts visited the schools at Ruby Kingston and Mr. Bynes went I. entertained the guests of the Seaside S Sanitary Plumbing, HeatIng

catchy, up-to-the-minute goods com Mortimer Smith whose boat, Port Orange, Kingston and holly down to New Smyrna on the train Saturday Inn and other friends Saturday evening

ing in daily. Prices are and always the "Rondo" was! recently over i afternoon to attend revival services -I with an oyster! roast. It was held on i iI

have been right. Reference, any hauled, nohas that boat at Ponce Hill.W.. G. Dean, of Prattsburg. X. Y I I being conducted by Rev. J. B. ,, the beach in front of the hotel. A large 4
,I Harris at that place and returned yesterday crowd was present! and everybody was Ventilating.
body. L. H. HOWE & Ct,., !eparted Tuesday on his return to
afternoon. Mrs.I BuiLland end : served
Park.W. I to the delicious bivalve5. After
The Jewelers.Dr. that city leaving Mrs Dean at The (,
. of the Motor Boat I
I.
Bradley, Miss Yelviogtoo were guests at the the feast the Virginia reel was danced
and Mrs. F. II. Houghton Club of America was at the Halifax Oaks on North Hid ewood avenue 'pleasant home of Mrs Riley durinz: in the light of the bright moon, and )Ir.

spent Sunday at Titusville.! River Yacht Club Sunday in his for a more prolonged stay. Mrs. their stay. ''I Denison received the thanks and con- Complete Gas Plants Installed.
"Narunna" Dean is a cousin of Mrs. Frank
Miss Bertha Williamson: has accepted yacht 1 I. Crookston of Loomis avenue. The Jones' cottage, which has been I gratulations of his friends on the success -

a position in the Gardiner Some of those who went home considerably Art Store. prematurely write back that they j' Mr. and Mrs. Williard Van has just received a fresh coat of i 1 Mr. Denison has celebrated his stay at Plumbing Heating Supplies.

now wish they were in sunny Daytona 1 Ifouten and son Williard, Jr., green paint for a finishing touch and ,: the Inn in some such manner until

The "Keen Ktttter" carried 1 its again for a few weeks. i. friends of Mrs. C. H. Abbott of now takes rank as one of the attractive i: these occasions have come to be looked Brass and Qalv. Pipe and Fittings.

owner, Mr. Maley, and small! party j Bay street, and recent guestsof cottages on Valley street. forward to as a pleasant annual event.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and children. The" Bennett left for Xext there will be
however
to Ponce Park Sunday. j j Tuesday' Rev. Haigh and wife, R. S Holmes year a
(.f Columbus Ohio arrived Saturday Orlando to t for time before break in the of !
s> y a procession oyster bakes
and wife, Dr Messenger and wife, Mrs.
Fairbanks
Piy.your subscription to the Ga- and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. continuing their journey to New Paulie and Miss Kelly chartered theM.rmaid if Mr. Denis-'n's present plan of takinga i & Morse Engines & Pumps.

7ette-Newa this month and you will D. McLaren, at Daytona Beach.M. York City. trip around the world i u carried out.
pet 300 votes in the flush afford for a day and spent yesterdayat Ladies, try the Xew Millinery Storeat I; Niagara Hydraulic Rams.
Piano contest. B. Aultman has a new machine Rev. S. II. Mills, pastor of the the Zimmerman orange gro\e. j Daytona Beach.. 41-2.

a Buick roadster. J. M. Cook, Benzonia Academy Congregational Mr. and Mr>. H.: S. Holrces and Mrs 1

Mr. and Mrs Gleim, (,f Ottawa. I of the Cook Auto Company Orlando educational institution of Benzonia.Mich. }Ms and daughter, Mrs Sheets, and Mr. \VhiletheirtIdfrawcre the making gay Ireland Pipe Wrenches. .
at oyster bake farther down the
Ill.. came in yesterday for a few j brought the machine over. ., arrived Tuesday and joined and Mrs. A. Ay res leave today on a tripto I beach I
weeks having; been over in Cuba : I his istevho are I located in Mrs. St Augustine on the Mermaid.Mr. I the younger set were having a I
They are long-time; friend of l 1:1': ) Fishing seems to be improving; !! beautiful time at a marshtnellow roast.gi"t'n ,
Handsome t; Uuest house on Myrtle avenue. R. S. Holmes gave a very interesting by Miss Lila Reid and Miss Margaret .
right along strings
and Mrs. Dana Sherrill !iRt' ; now. .
': are being caught daily and from Mr. Mills says there was good sledding talk at the Sunday school hour Johnson. Games were played anda I i JOE OSBORNE The Plumber

\. A. J. Wilder has h.i.l the this on big catches will be reported.Mr. when he left home, less thana Sunday morning at the M. E. church I rollicking good time enjoyed. ,

residence property recently purchased -j week ago.There Daytona (Beach on the condition in. *Millinery direct from Xew York at

by him. on the river front at I and Mrs Charles Kirkpat- accident at Onnond China before and since it has been open ; Mrs. HibbardX Daytona Beach.. 41-2
was an i
Port Orange repaired J, painted and j rick, of New Richmond Ind., are Saturday between an automobile to missionaries. Two- your ago Mr. I The names of the different streets!' have Phone 96. I II I Orange Avenue.

put in first-class condition generally "j recent arrivals at The Cleveland from the Ormond Hotel garage anda Holmes was in China anll lx-l'arne greatly ; been posted the intersection of Sea .e

I from Havana. Cuba. Mr. K irk patrick interested in the work, and hf and a I breeze avenue and Peninsula drive. In .
horse and wagon driven by a rotl| (.' .
Dr. I lough ton, dentist, wvst end j is a banker New Richmond. friend, Smith Youngs of Lansing Mich- tourist town where -
ored man from this city. The auto many strangerscongregate
South Bridge. Peck block phone ?
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back with them ;
igan, brought con\ert-
Major and Mrs. A. B. Foster re- struck the horse, throwing him it i is i each year this is certainly
Mrs. Geo. F.Foote and Miss Helen ed Chinaman Mr. Wang, and are now more than ordinarily advisable and
tun:ed Saturday from their cruise said and badly injuring; him. The is a
Keeler of South Norwalk Ct educating him at the Ann Arbor Mich., good example for Seabreeze to follow.Mi .
/
nr- dow! n the coast aboard the "Dutch- shafts of the wagon were broken ComfortCombined
rived afternoon and Lui\erMty as a Y. M. C. A. niUsionary. --, Anne B. Mason, of Xicholasville
Sunday joined | (.5,4, They l had a very pleasant also but the driver received nt ,
Mrs. Foote's mother Mrs. John II. trip going as far south as Knights harm. A. I. Miller has leased the Clark ('otI I K)'., a guest at The Seaside, is a brilliant -

Ferris at the Nash cottage on Yolu- Key. (age on the river front, purchased by A I pianist, and her gift adds much to with
sia avenue. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dull and Mrs. Ainsworth this season, to F. K. Swift the pleasure of everybody at the Inn.

I 'Ilie stork left a fine eightpoundgirl Mary Tire of Arcanum Ohio who. for the summer I Mrs. H. E. Dickenson Tracy Minn.,

W. C. Jessup, of Norwalk, Conn., j baby at the home of Mr. and have been spending; the winter at By invitation (If Mr. Thayer his i and Mrs. C. G. Case and family, Chicago Style is"The
a brother-in-law of E.. II. llotchkiss, I where Mr. Dull
Mrs. J. H. Gittens on south fieach Rockledge, owns a mother Mrs. Rankin and Miss <<: are among yesterday's arrivals at

is in the city, having left the north street l.t-t: Friday morning, making promising young orange grove, lun, had a pleasant day at At.'r.1 The Seaside Inn. Secret of theFAMOUS .
in a blanket of snow and ice. lie I[ and the came from that place recently to
sevrn girls to pel spoil only up erday. They dined at The- Ormond I Mrs. Young was charming hostess toa
came down by water and reports a Lo) -mbcr of the family. visit friends Mr. and Mrs. George and visited all the places of attraction party (If friends at J. M Field' pleasant -
rough sea voyage. Whiteley Muncie, Ind who are little afternoon. : -
I I within reasonable distance of the little cottage yesterday
MM I.. F. W. Seifert and daughter -
of The Cleveland and
guests are so Mesdames Fowler, Sibert and Dunlapwere
Geo. II. Smith brother in-law of Mi i,..s u-rlrutK; of City Island, city. i
Win. Fagan, of Ormond died at j X.Y., I ln-n"U of Mr I and Mrs. Henry pleased prolonging with their the place that Mrs.they Tice are -- 1 present, and it was a busy bt't'mt'tlng Dorothy Dodd Pumps and Oxfords
; stay. with Mrs. Sibert instructressin
Ormond Sunday morning, aged 05yeers. Peipcr is: who have been guests of she had idea l SEADREEZE, Mar. 10.-Mis Caves as
i I says no Daytona was fancy shell work. Some dainty and
Mr. Smith was from Pet06kt'.1Mich. &'hu.i It'" Hotel, left Wednesday<< the capable and popular assistant i at the I
such beautiful .
., but it has been his custom to :i: for Cuba, sailing from Havana a place.A (K>stotfice, sing on the sick lit J. C. El.1 beautiful shell bags and baskets were

spend the winters at OrmuiulsFon !, for Ne.v York by the Ward Line. Ii is, who is spending the winter here. i isemporarily I being contrived.
!I''They expect to return next winter filling the place. Mr. Ellis I *Xew hats at reasonable rates. Old We are showing all
RPAT-Furnished! cottage lists renewed at bhort notice.
railroad clerk between
Mr. Seifert. was a postal: i
Dr. P. R. Bennett tf accompanied by 41-2.: Mrs. A. B. Hibbard.DAYTON .
I I RUMMAGE Cleveland and Syracuse for many jears. i the latest styles in

Mrs and Miss Salsberry. of Providence I Rev Neal P. McQuarrie, of KeyVost. Everything on the beach N crgajcd I --- -
.\ BEACH, March 10. Mr.
R. I., came in Saturday :: \ arrived here Saturday, aboard for race wet-k and people are discussing i i Pat. Gun Metal Tan
I'elielhocr. who was called to Brooklyn ,
: No I 1. and conducted the
night to gladden the heart of olr I !! "Evangel race events with tnuth intcrtst
: services at the Congregational, some ten days ago on account of the
; SALE ISANNOUNCED.
Salsberry, who two yearn ago discovered I church Sunday night. The Rev. MrI I The last report from last week's!! bazaar death of his sister, is expected to reach and White Canvas

Daytuna. It is their first is that the total pioceeds: amounted home today.Mr. .
I I
visit to Daytona and expressed ilcij'narric is doing lI1issiC'naryvork $II ?. The to be deducted is
to :
they for the Congregational denomination expense and Mrs. Roy Wellinan are plan- Pumps and Ties.-...
themselves: as pleased with the city. his field coverieug the coast small and the showing most excellent I ning a trip down the East Coast next
I for the unselfish band of workers.
Mr. and Mrs II. II. Annburger from Key West to St. Augustine.Mr. I week. They are occupying Pleasant-

arrived the first part of the week i -- .. -- -- REPORT OF SEABREEZE SCHOOL view ('ottagl'Iond enjoying every day of 1
and Mrs. Otto Spies and Mrs.pies' their stay on the beach. = M. B. AULTMAN =
from Meadville, Pa and are with I each !
sister Miss Myrtle Jackson In Order To Raise Funds For Colored Highest average in grade: : ,
Mr and Mrs. Well roan walked to Or-
father J. H. Ferguson
Mrs. Armburger's Stniois Mamie Swarti 91, Ethel !
Wednesday afternoon for their inond yesterdayalined at The Ormond,
on First avenue. Mr. and : Kindergarten at Strother 91, Claire Tomhnson 91. .. Busn-Hitfford Pt..no'ontt'
I W' givot in tin
home at Asbury Park, N. J. Mr. and made the boat trip back. Phone *. Beach St.IBUSINESSAND .
Mrs Armburger have come to Daytona Juniors-Erae:;t Johnson f iS.Carl I Hurgn -I ; :
with the intention of making Spies has been conducting an upholstery Midway. an S7. ,' Mrs. A. D Norton arid Mrs. Mary E. ,
business on north Beach ---- <:in.eo, Gloversville! X. Y., are guests at
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homo here.
their Sophmores-trance Sparl er s ). lat.1tie !
during the winter and Mist Jacksonwas I) I)tuna Beach Hotel. ... ...
DELIGHTFUL" MUSIC Rf{ DfRfD.It [ [ Johnston 87.
/ Mrs. Asa S. Hriggs, of Ashaway, employed in Mills'restaurant.. Frt.'bhmen-\lfu'li Strother tot;, Jtt'ltndl3arze I, Thomas Oyaina has just closed a deal

R. I., is dead at (the ripe old age of Mr and Mrs. Chas. E. Griswold It It S3.Eighth. i rough J. C. Butler real estate agent, : PROFESSIONAL1
81 and S months. Mr. and whith he becomes of thee- tWO
years Mrs. Anna bv owner
Mrs I D. S. Stafford and Grade-Lila Reed yi t, Irene'
Mrs. Briggs: came to Daytona years: Columbus Ohio The Palmetto Club for Thursday I \ :>0fccti if Dr. VanValzah's lot on
1'. Hall of are Each, 93Seventh
ago and built a handsome home on John E afternoon was in charge: of the Philanthropic S 'al"reeze avenue. The consideration I
brother
of their
guests Grade-(Jladysonnurntt I
Ridgewood. near Yolusia and the Department. was $2,000 and other valuable considerations. I d.SCllNCIDLIv.N\.D.: I Fitzgerald &; Ocites
Price at :.t} Orange avenue, having 9t 0, Cockran healing 1J3, Jack Stroller I
Briggs family have many acquaintances several weeks at St. Petersburg The following was delightfully given: This is good property. It is
5.
9 i
and friends in this city. .pent understood that Mr. Oyaina will buildin Physician and Surgeon.; Attorneys at Law
charmed the I
Tampa and other points on .Mrs.( Roger S. Mitchell Sixth irade-lazl.l( Wulsten 93. Ruth ,I

Mrs. Agnes Watson Jarnagin died the West C
on South Beach street Saturday afternoon !- .yearly itors to Florida. Mrs Mellor Jr., with her violin, played Firth rade-u'ota; Coburn 'JJ! !' Jt-n-1 I II. Y. Stillman has purchased 600 feet Phone 193, Da>U>n., Florida. :, Perfecting land Titles.

at the age of (C>.; 3 cars. People accustomed to walking on II her way into their hearts. ale rpsl1tr91. I dith Bradley 91. j: front on ocean north of the Country I Office hours: 10 to 12 a. in., I( Conrad Block DAYTONA FLA.
Club hou:-e, Seabreeze<<, from John B. I I't1iite ,
The remains were shipped to her the beach these moonligt nights are Mr. Brwder's selections on the cello Fourth Grade; -Ruth Barze y.: t>uin I 6 to N p. m. I I
\ lIf Xewberry, Ha, J. C. Butler
later home at Jefferson J City, Teun., hoping sincerely hoping, that no were extra fine and much enjoyed Branch 90. I tarried the deal through. Car* IM.HDJII Ben Tub

accompanied by her son, 1W.. Jar more still .uee\!' will be caught;: this The Lullaby sung by Mrs. II. S. Mitibell Third Grade-John Allison 93; Stan. 1 Benj. F. Martindale has bought the DR.cJ.l(it::. UAWL1NGS[ : '

nagin and daughter, who were with seaMm. When they are caught theyare I' accompanied by Mr Hruilrr and icy Strother 93 Antoinette Luke JJ: I no'theast quarter of lotI block 3, Menu LANDIS & rlSII

her during her illness and death cut up and thrown back in the MIM Atwood was very charming Miss Second Grade-Mabel l Eddy 9th.rge 1\I 'nto, on Valley street, Seabreeze. Physician & Sur.ueon. Attorneys at Law I
sea and naturally washed ashore by Atwood is an exceptionally fine accompanmt holland 9:!. ,!
I '!I This is the Kit known as the Billie Bag- Practicing In sit Ktata and Federal
The marshal has recently gathered the next high tide. It is not unusual and all were delighted with her rirst: Grade Maxine Odum 9\!, Helen I tcttt property, purchased from him a Office or Volusia avenue first door : (Court ('1\It or Criminal business f ITrn .
several bunches of cattle i beach Herrick 92. I careful" attention. special ,
up when walking on the to I pla v iiig. Cray 92, Floyd I
few months by 11 E:: Austin. This for Investigating and perfecting
that have strayed and intends to impound withsoniethimig 100 l" in dt'IH'rtUlf'Dt-HllY ago of Hankins Pharmacy.E. .rluu"1
have feet come in contact Having ( I i west l'el.and riorlda.
your Mrs. Henry Mitchell a good
gate pa-
Mable all such animals. Parties i and 1 hen -arry. Eddy.SEABREEZE i I - -
soft mushy. --
I per on 'The Postal Savings Bank She J. C. Butler.DUTOXA .
cattle within the --- -- bv Isaac A. Stewart Kf ford Ely
owning or near 11 I jou may know that you are kickinga I saul while it was not exactly philanthropic I L. STEWART I

city limits should seA that same are htingaree steak. it will l>e a great help to the March 11.-The -p- !I STEWART &; BLY

not permitted to roam unattended if,I I Admiral II. Gillis and Mrs. Oil-I and ignorant. She told what other portunity to hear Calve at Wilmaus op- BEACH March 11-J.C. Phvsickm and SurgeonSpecial
poor
I Butler sold lot to Mr. Jark-
I a yesterday
they desire to avoid the expense of lis are guests of The Stilltran. Admiral countries had done and hoped soon to of the Dobbins A Jackson I'har- I
redeeming them from the pound. CJillis is a ictired 1T. S. Nay; I see our country doing even Letter. the music lovers and! the i.ublkgormerally I" 'n Eye Ear Throat and Nose Office
ek-I 11:':icy, on the corner of Earl and Grand- and residence Magnolia avenne. 3rd Office next door to Bank Building,
Miss Okal DolalHI aunt, Miss officer now in his leisure time s< Mrs. Laurence Thompson prepared a and tickets are going! rapidlyMr. view avenues, Seabreeze. The lot adjoins door west of P. O., telephone 82. Ik Land, 110ridaTITLeS

Duty, and Frank I'.rown, of Kal-.nia-I lug out loose posts which he failed !' good paper on the department's work and Mrs. M E BIb.".' who are hereon the Garfield lot, on which Mr.Garfield's Office hours! a in tot! p m.

z( o, \li'h. who have spent the last to see while on duty. The .Admiral but owing to her recent illness. Mrs. a ,"iitith Mr .. He.er, at the vine-I : new cottage is just completed. I -- ---------- --- -

few months in a cottage at the I I of course thinks Daytona one of the 'I Huger read it for her. She told how lad cottage on Valey! streot 1 I.ft List I'' Mr.( l'ulltugh"IS down from Hasfii \ G. A. KLOCKPhysician I INSURED I

corner of Cottage avenue and South I prt11ieat places he has ever visited much they had done for the colored night fur Miami and Palm Beat: for a :zs this week: looking up his property Volusia County Abstract. vestment
he
Palmetto street, left Tuesday afternoon -I and counts! it a misfortune that kindergartens; that at present they were sheet btay. I niti-rests. and SurgeonSpecial and Title Insurance Company.

for the North. Mr.I Brown I had not found it earlier. lie claims short of funds and urged more members C A. Sawyer, a popular gue-t at the : The pleasant party at The Pinehurst given to lilnease of Abitractt furnished and titles perfect.ed.

was a patient at the Kijtonu) (Private no particular location as his home to join the departmentIt ('rincess Issena, Ift YI."tt-rday for l.is :. onsistiug of Mr. and Mrs. Boyce, Mrs I the Kye and Fitting of Jlasses. Office plied.. Map IVrt Plats)'lsbl'resCarey and ;Blue Print D.Landli IUJI.I .1

Hospital and Sanitarium for sometime but it is possible that Dil'tona'sil'harms announced that there would be home in Boston from whith point lie I Rockwell and Mr. Collins, after asttks over(.ilolx. clothing store' office hours ;I,I s.-cys.dTreas Opposite Voluila Co.
anchor I was 7 to t m. I to3: p. m.. t" ";011 p. in. Hunk .* -ami. I'la.
and is much improved in may bring; him to i iI a rummage sale sale the last part of this sails: for England. in company with his t-rfjoyment turned to Orange 1'.\YTO,. \. M.M. ..\. .!i: -

health now. I here. I month for the benefit of the lindergar-: daughter and son. on the '!Hb inst. Mr 'ity Tuesday. They will return to Daytona -

_ _ r I i tens. Any one wishing to donate could Sawyer is 73 years young" and radiates I in about ten days and finish up JOSIE RoonKS, 1U.. : I D. I D. & C. f\ HOGti?SI i

.. leave' articles with Mrs Laurence such good cheer that he U a wil their JK-U-OD in Horida at The Pinehurbt. I I Civil Engineers

IThVi; !| Thompson or Mrs. II. A. Stillman. come guest ever)where. : It .\. Hart wife and baby arrived I I Homeopathic I Physician

It Stood Thursday EveningIN -- _: from X Y. and will Beach Street. DAYTOXA and091tes
I Mrs Downing invited all members to Yesterday! arrival ai ini nnces.s Brooklyn, spend[ Xo 453 Xorth ((

I I TUB HUSH & SAPFORl PIANO CONTHST.:-' bring their friends to the Club Tea next Issrna were: MM F. I. Otrl\\t.1l Miss | the --ea.-< >n at Th Pinehurst. I Office Hours, 12:30: to 2:30 and 6.00; ((1IAMI. 1I.A.

Thursday afternoon, from 3 to 5 o'clockI 1'hube Coruwell. Ann .trlur.Mitli.; Miss '! There ill a beautiful green car i StoddardDavton to '730.Telephone: Daj U.na Office Established: 1875

DAYTONA I The Major( with his v iolin, would assist Margaret: P. Jones Newoik: Mrs. r. i! : they say) that flashes back : Xo. 122.Daytona I

Daytona High School ,Ol9O75 | in entertaining the ladies. Miss Thorpe LI Nel>on, Mrs. Chas. Yon Wt'i..ch. Hoek'j and forth on the l each the color of ,

1,489,515 1mh i.- in such perfect harmony with :
.
Halifax Rifles. i announced that there would be a civiC ford 111.Mrs. Private I Hos
I 993,780 meeting Thursday evening at T :'iO All MLDuik.. I the color of sea and beach and sky thatit [
Order Eastern Star. ; Duck and dtughtfr I i
., ... .., ... 964.855 M-tn.K a part of the beautiful picture. I piliand! Sanitarium
B. P. O. Elks .. .'. were invited to attend. and friend. Mrs. lloyd, of Toledo, O., treatmentaiir
for IKproper
Miss Maggie Morgan 189,395 I Mrs. R. A. Stillman and Miss r.oodll; have taken the Comanche beach ('VttJigeI I .\ !nu!'iy ile will be gien Monday, ; Ever reof facility medlcul *.J ,iurgleat l raa'i..
140.810 March \.>. at the home of Mr. and Jr5'1 Klectrlcal: .N.II.lIe. trained nurses.
Miss Jean Frances Conrad were the lionesses of the afternoon. The for; the season and are contemplating a i ( quiet| urrouiMllui: Special atttaIltuflgicen \ I
Charles II. \Vill. Seabreeze avenue, Irrnnon .rpilrmtlon. -
84,650 :: :on to all patl-im
in of Mrs. Mellor Jr summer's the beach.A ;
'
Baptist Parsonage music "a> charge stay on No IMS. itoifti !' t.. l'aytOSS.
benefit t.r the music fund
64,980 for the lir.O. A. KI'CKPby.iietsn ; ;
Colored Industrial School excellent was carried large of bathers were on the :
j This program party X.Y. .
.. S 47,890 Mr. and Mrs. Catkins of Walton In Charge.DK.
Miss Mary hue I !lout beach when! the firt thower came up I Willaonlionir. .
.. 47,775 ., have taken room: at the

Ruble Miss McCann Sullivan '- ... ... ... 3,005 a li (t'Oa..ut H.tt.t.'i. ....lt.! .1"'I'I..r.riiimin.I | yesterday scattering' noon for shelter.and there Some was made a great the 1. Mr. Watsoa is a fine voialist. \% iGO'L: i I DR.( A. O'NEILLOSTEOPATH I
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Y. andGeorge.
N.
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1. Lukxk, ,
... 935 Caroline Ayers
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Daytona Institute to*.110'I Mr.I Rn.'tl..r. home in their auto and got a Sue
.. ... .. 525 ht and Fit"in," run I, Koiker, New York:, are among.. Dentist I
... ... !-- t>f the N>ui|> I I.
Mrs. F. L. bath entransit I
MiddletonOUTSIDE !tr". It. M. Mitchell. IfcmUru.4P shower 1 the yesterday nrma.N! at The White i iII
OF DAYTONA Mr". ll.nn :MltclH-ll.I Irs. Frank Myers( of Atlanta, returned -I V rfIa
I prr. OU"I' iTK-e.. Turner Itldg "o .
I
435,860 .
WHman's Opera House 2&,440t I 4- l a> srrenitt KoiiiMiun.' . -llt-rl Kiev.l ...rt.tvlolint to Jacksonville}) yesterday after a Jude Isaac A. Stewart, Miss Mary S.. HUM Strt-et.

I Kingston School. 278,340 1 Mr- Mrllor.Jr. month's stay at Miss RnsM-11's to the r!Stew ait, Mrs. Powell and Miss 1 Bruce I'HOXE SOROY

Seabreeze High School 121,880 o- a "Mprliif Ht-n...'!i-l. egret of her friends. Mrs Mevtrswillvisit 'p -iit Tu -sd,,y at Stabreeze and Day- I I -- --

E. Parsonage Daytona Beach h Irlih Ixtvi-H.n4, Ij.na.Mr her daughter, Mrs. Clias. Collier and dined at Seaside Inn. I
j tona Beach COVEArchitect
S. I H.
Elsie Coates, Daytona Beach 54.380 0 ( .. Kinr 5. Mltfhrll. until May, and from thence home. I{ H. of Palatka was ; IIO\\ ( .. ..sU I
Beach 48.135 I t aThe M. ...n." _llIt-.u... I \\ ilIiam Gallagher
I 1M. Ruby Spaulding Daytona "'.785 j I I h Himnlsh Imnef i Vltoi IVp|,.'r.I A. S. Randall is till having shell put iintlie city Tu .sday. and registm-d at ; ; Physician and Sur JCon. Builder and

Congregational: Church 33,645 0 I Mr. Kr'.-.li-r. on tLe streets: for whah the town Lagiven I j, The S.-..-iile Inn.t I md Contractor
1 residence 1-3 So. t'-
:
Beach .. Office and :
Alice Daugherty, Daytona I 7Vnirr. Mr 1- Ti.imp-s'tr him contract. t Mrs Frank Dupout and Mae \ .anJerd. -
Blake School ., ... .. 11.660 ''I! KfHd to, MrKucvr, a icu-ins of MrsMratLtrs i wood Avenue opp Kidgewtxtl Ho 1:.-. iJ"nreIond office!', northeast corner -
Palatka
7,235 .. ..IIII1UUI.I There were several good !*al '& of real \<> of : Volusia
!kach. I .Io\ i>IIIt tel. Phone 11.). Office hours: 'J to Ridgewood and ave.
Miss Sallie Holland, Daytona 6,520 VtolluMr". '.r. M.ll..r. estate reported yesterday. and the s'rLsending spent a few days with MMMralhtrs Phone 89. Daytona, Fta.
Miss Jennie Murray, New Smyrna. Jowly u..KlurdVlluOblicato and family the latter part fast 1 t 115. m.,2to4nd fi:30top.m.:
from
I 2.170 I I.ulUby will show up well for the real estate - ____AA_ _
Ormond School. ( Mrs.MllcheUA Mf.Bro.-dcf I week. ... .... .. n

.................................... I. AoceiMls.Jib&-MLs Kv.Iyu Mh".L market.

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1- 1 ,PIANO CONTESTS BUSH cSi SAFFORI) CO. 11

" If tile reader has a ''Lad) ack"or l a ElixirgfSenna : I

which two residents of Daytona and vicinity will be awarded: Any kidney ill and In looking for rt'lit'falld + PIANO CONTEST

. I two beautiful Howard Pianos furnished by the Hush! & Saff.irdI'iaiio can, letter ()lejvii'l, ) ou the onlv acts gently prompt-

: t .. [ Company of Miami, sole representatives of the IJ S. Howard I.J remedy endorsed l>y pi-ople yon know yet j These votes cast for_ Ii

:1' ; ('o. The! content to he conducted on behalf of the Hush & 11 I A spring festival and bazaar will Do ane' Kidm-y PilU relieve quickh 'the bo\\els cleanses I tr

.. SafLd Co' by THE: [DAYTOSA GAZETTE-NEWS and TilE I\\TO\\) I\IL\ M j e held in Social hall of the Con- runpermanently.. 1> lIe Each. issue of the Gazette-News will publish one of these. coupons.It !

.. NEW& [ I jregational church next Tuesday, testify to thin. Here Is :1'tolldtiz.olU'l: I system effectually! r. I must' be voted within"seven" dayp. March 13, 1900.
i March 10, during the afternoon and J. H. Cooper( Myrtle Ite

=-:=$2,450.00 I evening. I Fla., says: ''I 1 rnu upeak in .Lirhalf of f(! assists one in overcoming I =...IeC..IO..e.G..or, II..a...... j ji jF

-0 Doan s Kidney IMN from j jr ional experience1 i
One $400 1 1':. S. Howard Piano ill be given to the person or organization :Mrs. George Peer who has been ( Batkaclie citing to me for a :' I habitual constipationpermanently. i ii :

residing in the City of Daytona who receives the highest visiting Ms.: Nellie Simonds on long time and there wa a pon-nt-a I To its I II e2TcFutebS +

number of votes. Orange avenue for the past week, which extended from the small of my :i : get 0 o41 b1t 1
And one 100 It. S. Howard Piano to the person in Volusia left Tuesday for her home at Sat back
through the region of my kidue} w. buythe Just as =
County outside of I Daytona who receives the highest vote. ;; suma Heights. I could not stoop without having ,,harppains I ueneficial effects t, Ec.tRlk

In addition to the two piano additional prie will be given to
follows I i W. I E. Hlodgett and party went on dart through my hack and when I enulne.
contestants
as : : a shark fishing trip on Monday i in attempting to regain an *nvt |m!"ition, .-the Grow
Jianufacturccl|
'Ii Two Due Bills for :200? ) each Two Due Bills for 11 ft eachTwo the Dlodgett yacht, the "Swastika." I would suffer intensely. My kidney r They
; The went considerable distance were HO weal that urnm-d. to hate no I
Two Due Bills!: for $1 175; each Due Bills (for s, 7>", each i' party outside. a control over tlie. mTretion* and) during CALIFORNIASOLD \ The Finest Casced Goods in th Wodd \

Two Due Bills for I ir:>n arh Two Due I Bills: for .To each the night, It was no uncommon thing 40 VARIETIES A STYLES TIN&CLASJ C

I Two Due Bills for:$ I li.. eath Two Due 1 Bills for .' each I Mrs. F. ]1 r. Innman and children, for me to rice rix or seven tiim" on thi c I rio&nupco. I

r I who have been for several weeks I't'OUlit.1 length ( procured )iMan'sKidnpy I BTIEA01NC DRUCWSTS- : FRUITS Right off the Trees
with Mr. and Mrs. Leon
t Contest Commenced Dec. 1st, 1908, Closes March 31, 1909. Despland [1'illn at Ilankln. drug stoivand
or. Magnolia( avenue departed Monday to them I owe my }present inrylont 1 Phillip E. Robinson, Architectntlonal -

afternoon for their home a from the aisles trouble I feel! -, \ BW'g VEGETABLES
really 4 iy +nvannrh, lie.a Fresh from the Farm

I" ROLES AND I REGULA TIO I. HOW AND IK TO GET[ VOTES[ Atlanta, Ga. ten yeses younger since I n-ol) Poan.sKidtu ,) 1 Winter In KlorUUBungalows.Homes

Mr. and Mrs L C. Davis guests >y I'ilU and) I am very willing togite 1mll'1 I .
ratio Houv,
. ;I 1. Tlw'i'ontt-st. i H. oiett to anyone! The following> nu>n.hints will give of the Wayside Inn have departedfor them my endowment. I Tropical liar FISH Wriggling from the '\'ater.t .

living: iu YoliiM.i Countylui is one vote T.r ei ery reiltpaidintothrir their home at Cleveland Ohio For sale by all dealers. Trice 50 cents. 4 drnsl I

known I'.v t lit* con-luctois of tltriunt8t. eMaMNhiiiMiit, for; Iii.-Ii Foster-Jtilburn Co., Buffalo X. Y., sotgents Boston,
goods \\ they Mr and) :Mrs.\ Davis they havetraveled e
; or tiiuilnil fur by t WMIK repo1! say ,, e / Savannah,
table person to tlm well Inown. !i handle: all over the State and I a for the United States. Tampa. I

2. Noentployeattarltporrelative 1 found elsewhere Remember the name-- >oan's-and FINEST CANNED IN THE WORLD
PECK: E umr> KSCO.. UryCoods.OIK ; nothing to compare

of tli proprietors of the above named (: ). II. fl.\ItK. Jewelry. ..) :Sta- with l Daytona. take no other 50 VARIETIES IN TIN AND GLASS
tii'HIM are eligilJe! to participate in
1 --- -
: tliNcontfct. will partkijute in tionery.IL. Il' W. of the WOOD
Taylor, president GLEN
no manner. I (i. LYMIN.I :" (/Jroccrieh. For sale or rent unfurnished I THE
Kockwood Pottery at Cincinnati
I I ."5. In the event of a nlisundrrTIl1 i .: GAITTEa\E11'til'I-lll'tN1': : : whose is celebrated cottage on Ivy Lane, new. Easy:: :FOR SALE 84I
throughout
i standing Iwhveencandidatesoruth11AN1IN1TheUrugwist., ) ware terms. tf Conrad Keal: Estate Co.
ers interested in thin context, cinhcontrovirny the country is a guest of the Ivy SUABRCEZI, FLA.
ll. 11. DONALD.). .Meats. .
t\f\r may lie reffrred to tln 1 M. P. AlLTMAX.I (ients''I'uruixhingeare Line Inn. Mr. Taylor is! a cousin ......... .............*... :SEAR posTorncE. SCHOOL AND: SHOKE. L. G. LYMAN.
Conductors of who alone .
I; th"'unt.t. : I II. '>f l'ol.\1.:\ Huston and :Mrs.\ F. M .
I. the .wretns qualified to render GitL'ItEI4U1tit1ill.tRUIV'.tt1CO.detsto1IM. (: .: Davidson of this city.F. : Legal Notices ;MODERN HOLM.
:
I BI ml.nl. MALTA; (11., Furm.ure

4. In thevent a 1iilatpderidesto L. Shear, proprietor of the tt11.. Electric Lights, Telephone all .............................. ........ ............
.
to withdraw, from the race. Midi. candidate t iii1si 11)i.........
Where Votes May' be Cast. J Steam last week
will not lie allowed to transfervot4'H Diytona laundry Comeniences.
to to the credit of another vanItallot Ho\r will lie placed in the purchased.) of K. T. Conrad the residence NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT. I M. ELLA DE VOY CO i
didate in the content. on Ivy Lane erected by 111 I:x" ('1 Kt"'IT ToiKTiith! Jii hoiixeK < nted in thin Content. r .
repres rult of 'lorllu l" i'''nnt>
i Conrad a little over a year ago. I It IN I'HAXrKKY.: t Hpirial Kuti-H fur HIIIMIII.C. : LADIES' HATTERS i
is :Mr.\ Shear's intention to occupy t'L.'nlu IA..I'':)
t.. Noll.T Non-KfM"lriit.VILI.HM F. BOWIE, Proprietor. : Correct in :
Styles. OPEN
the house with his family.Mr. \ I. WK) ALL THE YEAR.
.. __ ___ ___ __ : Nd South: lVvi h :Strwt,
.....N"0..NO""t1Ni....as.10..t1N..tNM tM..... WILLIAM < "' :- n < i'njtuna. : _
Cornwall of New York state, Hill You orc'ulIIlIIIIII'are liervtn lll r''I"ln..1..-.l h.-rt-limuiiln-t t<> ap>|"-nr to tin- From NtttriiilM-r 'ti: I'an< to April I:. Lu.ltlrr.l ................. ...................................
y"11i I
a guest at the Bennett house, the nliovf..111111..I..n .
presided or U-fi n' Hit*:.th
day of April. A. l>. I'm'*. i
I at the organ, at the Congregational 'The ftiiytotm i ; ;nMltN.-..+- |+ h.rilitfdmmttll ...... ..... . .
Day Electric Current church last Sunday in the ; HH I In- T1..1I11I1".r| In vlltrh. llil-;t-> .111.1.". : I.KfllKVAI.IKKVenn o ooo o o o o oso0o o oooo so..... ....... j
.. .
order b"III..IIU..II"I. -n "- n wit' k for fourtiiwutl ,
( /itttr N"Jtr-w-j-: !
t absence of the regular organist, MissKlla (" \*> mtvkH.WlttKSSIII '. LING \VA11FIRSTCLASS 1
hlllMI,,11.1! 'Hl. otllt-C
} >f this I'.ltll -----
\Villaume of North Beach
street dxrof Kl>ruury, .\. 11? I:.M.! 2
, who is confined to her home by ill- [!SEAL] NINI'ILD.JORnI1'Irrk." : '

I Will be turned on ness. 'ITZnItR"L By A It.0.('i.1 1 IUMI.I.N.:". Ivpulv rj.-rk. The Morgan
!I i'I Hollcllors for iiiplilimnt. CHINESE: LAUNDRY I!

'i December 1 1908. Joseph II. Rose and family, who _-
: have been visiting with Mr. Hose's roRNKH PALMKTTO: : AND : 2H North Beach Street DAYTONA. FLORIDA.

brother E. D. W. lose who owns a NOTICE. 01.1":041.A'Ist': : . :Stiff( bosom: shirt, open fro't..12! Night; Shirts..... .............................10

t f I This will give the citixens of Dayto'ia : handsome winter home corner of Notice executor is hereby of the given estate that the of undersigned Laura- : White shirts........... .......................10 Woolen Shirts............ ...................10

i Magnolia[ and Palmetto avenues de- J. Miller, deceased, will, sixmontlisaftrrdate DAYTONA .rLA. I : Check shirts....................._........ S I Ull ('r. liirts............._.. ..... ...... ..... S

I I ;t Seabreeze and Daytona Beach an opportunity i parted Monday for St. Augustine to wit on the Jth day of March : New shirts......................................13': Drawers( : ..................-_. .................. 8

. I! .. : en route to their home at Newburg A. D., 1909, present his final accounts, !H. M. MAXWII.LEK: PHOPRIETOK : Shirts collar attached........... ........ 13 ( ;Socks: !; per pair................................ 3

t't'I ,! to operate) N. Y. the together same with be allowed his vouchers and approved, and a>l, that and I Collars. each............. ....................2J} Handkcrch[ f fs............ ........... ..... .. 3 I

i l I Word recently received here conveys that he be discharged as such' executor.EDMUM -- : Cuffs, per pair........... ........ ...... .... 51 Silk Handkerchiefs( ........................ 4 !

f 1 I i Electric{ Fans, Flat Irons, Machines, i ii the intelligence that a daughter Ths Sept. 23rid 1'JOS. ) MILLKIt iecutor.NOTICE. : LOW TIDES on the BEACH !' j i i iForenoon : Also Ladies Clothes at t corresponding prices, .

H i !: was born to :Mr.\ and Mrs. J. M. -- Uay-of ru. [l1AR. APR. I : .........Q.C..5.8 O.CG............. .J..4
Dickinson Narcoossee, Fla., March blo.nlh I I :
and motors of various kinds. The operating =3d. Mother and child are doing -- -
I ... 1..10,0... ... 9.27... ...10:45... : I 4OFLORIDA
; sell Mr and Mrs. Dickinson have
of motors by electricity clean i r Notli-v fs l htTvliy ([(ten that ilinoiitlii ... 2... ...Il:4.i..10:27..11:30.. .. EAST
I
i is
friends in this and vicinity COAST RAILWAY
2 I many city af1..rd..t. tolt: nn tlinii-.lli! .luyof JUIHKf -. :1... ....12:27..11:15..12.09.-; : II
who will be interested in hearing I _lll prvnt to Urn HononiMf J. Ixt- ... -I... ...12:11).12.03..12:45.: ) .. !
and econonlical.\sk about the cost. of their good fortune.Mr. MH'rory.Coiintr;:rot Voliisli Count}.. I ... ... ... 1:12.: ......12:10....... I:1 Ii... LOCAL TIME CARD No. 77. Effective January 5,.1909
I Florkln, my flnnl nccouuti HIH! apply| for .. i;... ... l2..12:47.. ... 1.-IS...
flnnl ... .. ... ... ... .. Na w \0. i3 I \0. i3 I :\0."J 0 No. T, t Na H ra .
; I and Mrs. II J. Curtze and Mr.furtze's my dlsehnrgr HI rvrutf: of tin-t--tnt 7... 2:27. 1:3" 2:20. ; DAILY 1.1.\1., LINE I 3G0. 9CI
I Of Kllliu: Hnilth. : : : i I DAILY I DAILY i IMII.Y I I 10.\11.)" DAILY DAILY DAILY
Adam Sdianlz Electric Light Plant sister, Mrs. Louise Xiegler JOHN .\. nen+TK.I. )I. K.tutor.ormoixl. :: t: ::: : J::: ::: : t: ::: ;:;t: 930 I.m S :20! pm 1000 am j 730 iim ,rrl crslte i ; rl: ; s. 1,1o' i JU pm t I.j "iu 830 &11I
1 of Erie. Pa., arrived Monday and are .'1".. 11t..Itth. l L'."'*1. ...I 0... ... -I:I..... ... 3 10... ... 4:Oi... 11 1050 48 pm I Sit 450 I'm ',1I1() am'' II iY J am ,I." L.ttunaine .\ri 6 W pal r ;II"n 10..2 am i 7Wam

comfortably located at F. D. Spring -- -- - ...11... ... -I: 17... ... 3:4Ii... ... ..:55... I ......I'm... .......pm...125 11 67 am rm 1.919.m....... Lr Lr lint.-Fa: +t I""ftl.t"t Irulul LtI I .a...n., rill.. 101 S .Ii I.m ,,.941... .aID..,,, 6 I.U_..am...
i on Ivy Lane. Mr. Curtze, who is a (first ,pub lit..... I!I.) ...12... ... :::4.... ::2I... ... ::5.!... 12.. am 6 lM"m I 3.jpm 127.m Lv..tlrm'.l... I.\I.::134 "pm a fl.m:81'am pro ;: ..nam
I E. L. GUXX General; Manager.r real ._I 3... ... 11:4:1.:: .. ... 5:15.: .. .... :0.)... 220 136 aT'1 7 71 tSi: I'm II;; I'm,1110' am 1..I.'hn.. I.: :3 Yt pen .1" I'm II 21 aid 119 am
/ i prominent estate attorney, spent Notice of Final Discharge. ... ... .. ... .. I am pm 222 pm r2: Zipm Lv \\\f :;rn 1T111 L112.! : 111'11I a: 17 pm'' 8lo am ;; 3/yam
.,IL.. i-I.: ; ( ::12. SI1J. sit am 635 I 3'J ._ _, .
Im 3201'10 Lv .Tlln'\.IIJ' "
I I'nl 1 I ;IU ,
time here last winter with 51 .. ... .......... .... ... pm 2:0: pm656am 228am:
some .. .
go 51 rs. Sis months uftcr daft, or a- "sic n .t: 5.1 i:17 9 5. 211 I.m l.y..e.w 1s i 12-171",'" .. .. .... .... .....
oa..M...I.MH..HH..5eM..HetC Curt/e, having rooms with Mr.( and 11..l't'nftt'r!. a, I ran !I... iH-iinl. I will make :::.11.:;: ::: : ::: ::: 5:25..10:32.::: ::: ::: I .362am..... .. '.911pm.... .. .3611.m......... 2 2 r.u ljl.m; L".R..eileotRe..J.\lJ-:1._ : : 1'11I 1"6pm.. 618am I.1..7am
L" .. .. !
I Eau: Oallie. 1.\ .1... .. .... ...
mj filial Mump n* A'lniini-tnitorof ...IO-1i... ... .. .. .. ....... .......... ........ Im 1-9: pr. .
.1I:2'J.
Mrs. Spring, and it is just like coming 11'1 ..17. 9:33. :3 00 pm L"...Melbourne. .1." I 11 :J a"I'' .........'......... .._.
home. will remain for i Estate;. ul H. F. PoiUibiM) .1..ao.t..I.: | In ...1S..: ...11 :;;:.......I OJ3.: .. ...11:5-1... I 602am1120pm 605pm: at pm: .' ..' t I ;:a il
O They 7 50 am 108 am 7 55 710 : : ; :::: : ::: I :: H:
Hon. J. I/it pm pm I IArw.Painpeach 441
MiCror County Jiiil-f; (at f foluxiu '..19... ...12:0: 1... ...11 :2i... ...12:-13... 8 05: &m .......... 813 I'm 7 25: 'Ar..l'aim i' 2 20 9
O. 8RIDE J. R. CO\5tAO: F. N.C"RADPr i | several weeks. \ Count.v. niiil tick for lay final ... tJ... ... :' '" ...1. .J ...-... :12... 'I 10 r.o am 320 am 102::> pm It) J!) pm l.mAr.Ii.t:1I..L\, tllch. 7:1lamj9.am''. .. :-Ij 1210.aml6 18fOpm
sld "t ''ice.I'rd. U dist'hurg/'. ....1... ... 1:45..12:37.: : ...... .:: ... 11 20 am,3, ) am ........I.... ...... LY. .... )IJ"ml......." .. aml713.... ......am.,..11 00 pm
Ii\IiA. Cashier ,, Mr. and :Mrs.\ Charles Protiva of C. li\.n\\i..Ju.: ...22... ... 2:33....... I 1:311... ... 2:52.. 122': pm....... ... ..... "j- '.......::Ar. ..lIom-II...1 L, .......... ......... 6I'm I 100 600pm pm
....... ..
II III..ml..r 2 !U "m j 6222 am. ....... .. in.nt 1.\ .......... ..........'
.' Detroit Mich., recent arrivals in the 11<>. 1MI8.! _.\.hllilli"tratflr! ..._3..3:1.. .. ... ..)..IS.......3:35:. : I _:3 2i) pm ..! ro am .......' .. .......'iAr "'nlllhl Key......yI.\_ ... .... ., II 00 tt0 pIl; I11 pm
MERCHANTS BANK -- ... .. .... ... .. .. .."-... Goo ... \ ; :. .JI I'm .1 OOJI!
I.I'
city, are rooming at IJenford Deacon's I .. 11... I"-1. :\I.) : ) I.m.. .ILK'n.Ar. Keyt\'rN L.Cial'.t fI. ...(... ........ till am
C on Ivy Lane. have visited (Itt pub Janq last pun :Mrh iiu .. 23?. ... .:12. .. 3:5i... ... .5:17.: : ::.:..: .30_ I.m "Ial'.&; O.C..cAr: ':: Ilarana..1.t11a1',10.s.s.Co.11I, am.18.......
flgk) (HiuNcii: OK Voi.rsi\ ('OI'iTY IUMO They i Notice to Debtors and Creditors. : ...21?. ... 6.07.i ... ... 4:4 i....... 1:12: :. .DdgesceptSunday.; 7ntn.dun..tstop' atW.H..nsalahkhnnlime fsxhnan.i .
California this
@, Capital StocL... .. .. ..... ... ... ..... .. ... ...... ...... ? .OII", ( 0 but is their first i Notk-e i ..27.. '" .:12... ... 5:13.. ... 7:12... 1 i ...
visit to Florida and Mrs. Protivasays hereliy'l girl> -n that HH- un-l.-r ...25... ... 1'O.' : ... ... 6-tI.: .. ... S:12... PLATKIWXNCII
(( ) Surplus and Profits .. .. .. .. .. ..... ... ............ ;) I hlgtudhactakenoutkdtcrctcsLUn.'t.taof t
iw.lC.
-
BJ it was a question betv.een the t\ ...:'".1... ... .. ... ... ... 7-10;... ... 9:10... i Leave East EAST: PALATKA Ti) Arrive Lear
1 th..la"t! w ill and t,*-tamcut of J. .\. .. .. ... ...... ... ... .. i I 1'I..UrTO SALT rnEut
(|)) Four per cent interest paid on Sax'ings accounts and Time Certificates ; test and south with them this trip i Ilcndritko, dessert and ha" 'I"a| lili..1 .3U. .. ... 5:52..10:01.: .. I ralatta I P.\LATrA- ---1'.1111"- l'IIIaT" P.\L\TlU. 1'.lath
-
(jS# of Deposit) : No notice teijnireil for withdrawal f with the final decll': '>ion in favor of I hK "nc'h t'xt''lItrix.11 inoii" hl\ ing- : I 1\20 am ...._..! o.45 Daily-._._ 1\.0 11m it I!> .-, -.. ..So.--f7 rally- ..... 616
am
>' Florida and far claims against, tliehtat' of (21) am .........o. -III I'ally _....4 6 ...... -
so they are quite the dtifT-d l lare and afternoon tides 41.m Grr: .J am .tio. er brily....__. 7 10 am
; m I ... are approxitnntcly 840 am .._.No. 6IJ lIally, 904 .It' 1.1 .._.. ......
litreby notili l and h' am .Na bl D':Uy II :dam
i Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent. satisfied: with their decision. ntpmvd tllJlI't' at the same hour. Auto "M am __.No. 62 lailq __. 10 Hi.m Uct' are ... No. b2 1..11)-) ...._..
M nt tilt' same to me within two jai'" mobiles can be driven on the beach two 1205 Im ....-.Naar 'ally....... 1:1: Tcon I :211 I;, 1'01 i...._.h...so.sS 1..lIy..... .. 11 :W! am
... 33)pm f
itDaytona (,site a number of Daytona i ipt'l.lple from th *dau* lwritf.CAK1MKU. !hours after hich tide and within two : 42'JI.m ..._.._.1'o. 56 I1.Uy. ..... / ItJl'T1 -I :. Pm _...S... ..7 1.ly ..._.. 5 06pm
1\50 _._.
-WW(@ m m ,; ; i. IIF.M: KirUSKe hours of hisli tide. I 11 55 pro .......Nn.So.. 50 M 1"'lIy. G to I.m III .1!, I.m .....Sa r. ...11) ....... 11" pm ,
1 went to New Smyrna Saturday <-iitriof tin* I ntat: .* of I pro Ihlly.,1215.m: L i I7aro .... No. II dally .... 13 4hm .

I to attend the revival meetings ,J. .\. IlflldliclvS. lIo-f.I'MMl. I I II S.\S :\1\TfO &R.\'ic. "
; s o J o. o o . now being conducted there by llev. I Jan. 2 <, Il!>09.MBS. Leave Eastl EAST PAWTK.\Tt'rrl.or

. .J.I H. Harris. Srme of them returned ------ i I'.latka SAN MATEO :-N, nUri| .u sAN MATEO TO EAST !Urrlre&ul
a That Mission M t |j M. Saturday and others remained until DiningRoom
r
Ice -
i Company HASSO.VS KEf BKUXD D 715tm l......... ........ ;: -
.So..9 II-
Monday afternoon. They report avery I I[I 'I S 2 5 {.m ..........\0.5.f Dally Daily....... K:3 M n |am in .h: :Ii I..I., ano I.m .................. 1a, 51 t0 1..111, ._.............. 8 1101'a am I'm :ba.No.
. fair attendance and say that Home Made Candies. _I _
i : PURE ICEMade Mr. Harris had been pledged i i t 2b I So. :21 \0.. 111 17 D..I -- ---t: ... iS0.31; Nu-:;;
\I tl'I'ORT
Ornnnf" KIosHoin fin. fin. t $ I.R.CH
Sxrup.'T tnli/-il i >rnnu< i I only only ( ally .w It
enough fund to warrant the SuRei I '
from Distilled commencement hUnsonitnli.. : IMgT wLtmly': llally
Water. c.rlll..rrUI1I..I. .mil ornnu 2 ) -
10
j I I.m( 'tIIll' Ii'W'11m -- -
16 +I.v-----
Factory corner Railroad and Volusia avenue. of work upon a parson "pwl. Onsnleut KED TOP cun AliE. :North I i 210 pm 10 50 amt 64'I'm' S 10 11m 1\ ...... Jrk-onstllr I'*!,'. f4-a, h..I.: = A"r-T\;iamll'Upm'owpm! .':
1 4 w + O age. of the Ormond Hotel OrimmJ, I'loriJ I?:-iw" 2"" I.m 10 \Ii\ am i 6 Li pm 8 V. am 1.\ ...\II.nllr Ik'a'b ...... 1.\\ e.1.1:1; ii..1 I 1::: I 111..1.4-I11I1"D 13 '
3(0'mtll0tm7ullm' ut.amAr .. .. 1laI.H_ ... 'V0a; .',':.:! / c-11m I.m \-
i. Mrs. H. Fisher, a cousin of Mrs. -- -- --- .... I DelI1 .. I D.II,I I".. ," -- '
I On"c Gty Br"I. I .iI sa 4 1>aIJ '.9 urn (lr". ,
_.. \V. G. Nash is Mr. and DR. T. A. DAVIS IN OIR; I 3 2i: .. I I I Sallfard Ertark lunacy .
visiting 8 00 L.
I'm 1' '
am A. .
T,1 ,1 11t'h1 T'th'll'tl h .1" 1 q pl) h'O 7 I:: I.IrI o :os am /II.\.. .
I i 4 10..m I to 00 am L. _La..II.I..1.. .Tllulle. \' l
Mrs. Nash at their home on North r A. 11 1t.l'J; 5 n I.m g 311.... I Ac.. .. .
I TII EHOl'ST WISIK\\ 4 24 L. :Itnfnnl L\' 1IOO""l-m ;
I'm.I"30.m .. '' cur t. IIUj., IfoOl.nl ..... . _
... ...
(teach street. Mrs. Fir.hertho is The latf'Ft, I'Srf'1t and 4 U'm 101.: .m -- ::0.1. t.Coaa.raoa. 11"" "' -.:. : '.. ..
I most !i'i'ntifi .m I : : .. ::... : ::: f
San Mateo 1 I from Boston, arrived from the central method of treating the "ick. JIIC'IUlIIen'ry I .ilde .t Miami..... r. lit n. S S Ce. l<< N,,.... Cabana t.t.ad,.
| Is Co ...... .
Cigars drugless a BargaJn.Bingham&MaleyCo. m cHon t Kni.ht Key witl f. A r. *
part of the State by way of the lIystem. ft'Opatlt O S. Co lor KT; W>M rnj II........ C.b..
: Scientific 1a.'Bge.' Women atxl chil : 44-Th_ TIME TABLES -- i_ !
Orange City Branch of the Florida .. .how 'k nmr. oliirh Him tc ,.. .
dren specialty. Kxaniinuiif: '' .er.l l mhum; but irririlor .ray.... rxprrtrd anJ drpcrf Ik*
>n fnf hoW rh7 drpirtrrc i the tinr .01 j is ..Nu. ..danise.. __ IC.mp..
r, East Coast Railway reaching XewI Corner opposite wfetollicf, Daytona> Idelre.pwahl. any 01.1., or BUT roHftrquriu-c ....:nc rh relrom. atjnir_ dor. ih j

t Have MadeReputation I Smyrna in the evening, where J Ir. Bnc.v.. fOR cory OF THE LOCAL TIME CARD OR CJIHIK INH;P.M vrioJTsi )
t
J. D. H'!E 1i( iE'T AC.i.NTf. .
Na. Ii met her and her -- -- RAHNER. AtMlaot General I'.ncn.cr Attnl
I > brought to - --- ST.LGUSTINF: : FLORIDA

A of Daytona Notice I /t "
[ to Tourists
I S. II. Gove and W. G. Nash went : 'I

up to the Smith creek bridge Saturday f 1 t

.H Their Own. : in the latter's automobile. taking ,; FULL

I I with them the new rollers for I !I

!I' : J: The SUl'<'e>s of I the I San Mateo Cigar .IS. one of :, the fit draw. These rollers are made I F you want the \ery best I 'francos i The Furniture
I to ( the railroad iron which replaces '
apply to Point G ro\'e; and the Ifs: d) I 1 EXPRESS
h A the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast f the flat track at., tint put i in, land Indian River d t, PREPAID '
and should Orange, t the h r-t '
a satisfactorymeans
prove very Ill l0rium
s-i'ice the free/e. l of operating tJG draw, which iu the State, situated II miles south 1 '

!Made from the choicest grow tin of tobacco that the emn- .i will probably be ready for use i from Daytona on the Daytona :nnd I --- 1 r T,,,ti $4
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. 1. : sub of Florida and the 1-land of CUKI! can produce and wrap.1 | I'I within a day or two. I I New Smyrna road.PRICES Roses and Ornamental i ,l !, I Jr

r i .1, I p"tl l with the rich silky leaf jrrown on last Coat! plantntior.s.: : Mr and Mrs W. E. Petty aparty nd ,I a .

+f, theifj.ir; industry of the world has never produced better gcx-ds. [I of :New: York City, who winter
t MODIRATH.FERD .
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f ij. For *ale by all the leading hl'tds and elms and by the Union t, at their Kockledge; houseboat; are in the city in Shrubbery. I P z.
towed
by the
, i h Sews Company on every train entering Florida "Ethel," .V foot ( mm PROPRIETOR I u DELIVERED
I'7 a > motorboat. With !! I .\11 tt. Is'a \arw ties of wmU-r blooni-, !_ foac

J'; wl.ny! sixes styles I and I grades I to select 1 from. ,\ the hou"'elmt. the "Crisis," in tow, ----- in; -graftt I llo; ,-" adapted to Florida : ib t
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, I "Kthel"can make six miles an' also othrt $ I2t
ornamental t.
. MASONIC plants trees andtirubbrry
i I TOR SALT B'Al.L I DHALLRS.Manufactured f hour The boats are from the OIRECTOI \ All ,' ., ire
Nauchor Yacht Club, of New York. HALIFAX LOIK1K. No. 'II, r. A .\. :M f ants guarantee
8 i Meet
f fly 1st and 3rd Thursdays Orotind; prepared and plants cured for. f

\ | S. W. ROWLEY SAN MATEO I' The Friday trip morning from, and Kockledge ended here began at OKIENTAHMMMANl'EKY.No HALIFAX MvettZnd THAPTKU.Thursday NO. -. R. "A.,I K.M T.-_ i; J. B. HINSKY I I:! CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY\ '

FLORIDA :' four o'clock Sunday afternoon Sat- LIVE Meets 4th Thursday. i I AUKNfY(; r.\l'.sr lt1I:111Ni; : I ('O

J'I urday being spent at hunting and .eu OAK 2nd aod CHAPTER 4th Tn: .d No..jt.1, O E. 8.M .- j': uTilE PINES," I ]Blue Ribbon Beer and
Lewis 66
i I fishing. All tales la M *onl* Hall Orange arena*. I I South Whiskey
Ridgewood ave, Daytona. I
Bend for Price Lbt. tsCtiSO\1 ILLS, }'I.!.




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