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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1909
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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TOURISTS, ATTENTION!! BRILLIANT ASSEMBLAGE. < I CITY HOTEL Open all the t aear.


i Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases, etc. I II 1ItP.1It PARADE Ladies Hold Reception At The i Y .

IX AMUTIOX: TO OCR FtM.I. Foster Residence On South Orange Avenue, Daytona, Fla.
I I.l'il"I: -' Is Most Gracious And Responds

Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases. Telescojws, TonrUt Straps, Trunk Straps, I Generously To Several Ridgevtood Avenue. ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELECTRIC BELLS,

I Shawl I Straps, Name Tags, etc., just received, we have a complete WfDNESDA Among the recent social functions of
Encores.
particular interest was the reception HOT AND COLD BATHS.
assortment of Matting'covered Suit Cases and Telescopes Also a
given Saturday afternoon, at from 3 to
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Calve and
conquered. Probably
I novelty in a Matting covered Hand flag.In'a l"H ,u. I"IPI"L.'R I'KICr.9 i came ;j o'clock Mesdames A. 13. TABLE fiRST.CLASS.
by Foster ROOM
\\ILLl'RF."AIL. never before has this section witnessed Everybody With a Horseless Flyer FOR A FEW TABLE BOARDERS.

a more select and representative assemblage Leonard O. Smith, Edward Marrenerand

LE..E. PECK HENDR1CKS 1 COMPANY.OF of people in a local playhouse than Invited To Participate In Walter Silleck, at the handsome! GI O. II. MATTHEWS PROPRIETOR
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winter home of
Major and Mrs. Fosteron
/!. fNN... tr9Ntlltri b 4 >lsi H 91ibNN0lQSN were assembled at Wilmans opera house The Festivities.
Seabreeze, Saturday nicht to listen to South Ridgewood avenue. ..........................NN.................. ....
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.....,..................10........................... the incomparable, the divine Calve. The the afternoon was bright and balmyand
To attempt to give those so unfortu- TROPHIES FOR DECORATED{ A CARS. reception was largely attended, -*****.***********.***...*..******.***********.****..

i nate as to be absent any sort of conception between 175 and 200 being present, in .

fiNE GOLDEN RIO of her wonderful voice, her inimit- r ti.lit fact during the hours mentioned, there THE MAGNOLIARIDGEWOOD

i able style and entrancing technique Chairman White, of the Racing Committee was a constant stream of elegantly i AVENUE.
3 00 I bs
)ladies'
gowned and
to from the
passing
would be sheer folly. Only those who has arranged! for the paradeon residence.The Large Rooms. Furnace heat Electric Lights.;
CoffeeFOR heard her; only those who both heard Wednesday next. The
: e : arrangementis : four ladies tendering the reception i Rates $2.oo Per Day. :
and saw her act out those! soul-thrilling to start from the Cty (Hall, on Beach:
flights of could realize her wonderful received the guests as they entered, MRS. CELESTE HINKS
song street, at 9 a. m. Propritress.

SAM? AT COST. : God-given gifts. It is earnestly desired that everybody being Mrs. A.assisted II. fling in this Mrs.pleasant Blount and duty Miss by :.....4f. .tF...............,......................?.

There is but one Calve, and fortunateis having automobiles join in this parade
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Amy Sengstak. The long room in which
he to whom the privilege of listening Let there be good natured rivalry in
: Coffee was shipped through mistake and the company re : to her enrapturing song comes. effort/ to outdo your neighbor in decorating an the ladies were received was beautifully I .R..*e*..**************.*.*. .1+**.*****-************tttr f

: THIS' me to sell at cost. If put in cans it would cost 20 cents 5 Calve was vivacious and most gracious your car. decorated with pink roses, while the THE MYRTLE MYRTLE AVENUE *
decorations of k
the dining room and Centrally Located.
wholesale and retail from the minute she emerged from The Daytona Daily News the t |
: at at 25 cents. Sold iii any quantity. : 8esne i: table in white
the wings till she had responded to the Photographer, and the F. E. C. A A. I were and gretnwhite : A Homelike Boarding House with all modern conveniences.
: also Lave Coffees for :20, 25, .53 and -10 cents per lb. They are : sweet pea blooms and orange blossomscontrasting *
last encore, and her audience was the each offer/ for the first second : :
: Mocha and Java, Bogota and Santos, Maracaiho and Guatemala; : while entrancedIt a trophy with beautiful ferns, etc. Can accomodate more table boarders. *
and third best'decorated automobile. :
also Mexican Cordova. Mild and Uio. Must be sold The Misses Margaret and Louise Mur- PRICES REASONABLE. $
: high grade : ia lamentable that the Wilmanswas If you will take part in the parade
dock, McKinney and Hughes and Mesdames : MRS. C. KOST -
: at : not packed. Manager Ilurgman send in your name to Chairman White Proprietress. :

0 felt that this: chance of a life time to and he will issue you a card, giving you Ball and Adams served the re- ..M4e44...! .......#....*'.. **************************
fm.hm'ntshile Miss Frances Folsom
once.S. hear one of the world's greatest songbirds place and number in the parade. Thisis
I had charge of the punch and Miss Du-
i W. CARROLL ; would meet with
generous approval important| in order to systematize gan looked after the ices
To give popular rates and pay matters and prevent any hitch..
Music for the occasion furnishedby '
out for such an attraction would be im The parade ground has been mappedout was I'
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: The North Beach Street Grocer. THOSE" I IIUIIIIIIISISISIS E 19. : possible. lIe wanted to give the Daytona as follows: From the City Hall they afternoon the Clarendon was in every orchestra way ,one and of the the j;, teeeoee."O..l: ::

district a great treat, and confidently will move South on Beach to Ikllevue;
most delightful events of the season 9 9I 9k I
...8...!.....1..1... ............. believed that they would pay for West on Bellevue to Ridgewood, North ,
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It. Alas?
on Ridgewood to Fairview; East on _

........ ............................................. Nearly, if not quite as many heard Fairview to Beach; South on Beach to ATTRACTIONS TonnY 18 South : PROPRIETOR
s J. HARRISON'\ : Calve at Manager Hurgman's expo'ru a as Volusia; West on Volusia to Palmetto; I I Ridgewood Ave., Daytona, Florida. t

gave; returns. Surrounding the opera South on Palmetto to Orange; East on 1ee..e......s....... .HeI.eoe.........
A close examination of electricS house was a swarming throng of people Orange: to South Bride; thence to Pc- YOUR ME 10 SEE.

I al work finished and charged for ; who listened to the queen of song as uinsuU; North by Peninsula drive to

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and houorably we transact our bation as if they bad paid for box seats. a\"l'nut'to Grand>iew; North to Ocean Suggestions Meant For Visiting Accomodates s Hfty.

: business. Electrical repairs receive : Mme. Calve several times responded boulevard; West on Ocean boulevard to .i "THE PINES NEW HOUSE.

: / special attention. Those : to.encores. singing "Suwannee Iliver," \ alley street; South on Valley street to Strangers Within Daytona's All Conveniences.

: t f who employ us never worry about : to the delight of everybody. Her ren- Seabrcfze avenue thence to Automo Precincts. Rates: $2.50 Per Day and Up. Special by the Month.

tf our charges, and they know before dition of "D'te" was most inspiring, bile Club House by Peninsula Drive and i
2 :."; .. engaging us that our workmanship : and elicited prolonged applause. Halifax avenue.If The city. ; full of biters, many of An attractive, house" with largH and alr.foms. hot and cold water through the
house sulphur or saltater bat ha,ele-cf.'Ic lights,furnace beat and telephone.
f will be the best. Perhaps her masterpiece, Habanera whom are here for the first time. Give i
or the
Home
everybody with automobiles respond pleasant features of"The I'Ines-are Its wide verandas and Its Root
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Carmen showed her at her best. She them the time of their lives and play ,
( ), to this invitation the parade will i iarden affording a fine view of the country river and ocean.
was most dramatic and captivatingwithal. fair with them; it is the best possible "The Pines" situated on South Kldi "' wood the highest avenue In Daltona.ltooms'lngle .
-I j !.: Daytona Electric Co. be one of the most imposing spectaclesever advertisement.Those oven suite with or without private bath.
witnessed in this part of Floridain

: :2:52: South Beach Street. eN all Florida for that matter. It will Daytona who and are her not surrounding acquainted attractions with- I OPEN FROM NOVEMBER 15 TO MAY\ I.
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makes parade mile in length; and oughtto
..................1................1............... Is Claimed by Death. give lots of snap and go to the lug may be interested to learn of a MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.

Mrs. Cora M. Servi died Tuesday carnival. attractions quit accessible by bicycle 338 South Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA.

************************** **** ** ******************** at the Daytona Hospital where she had South, carriage land automobile is or boat. ............................................ ........
: recently been brought in the hope of restoring by a very picturesquedrive

N. ERICKSON k her to health. Mr. and Mrs. to Xew Smyrna with its historic I

11 Seniss had been<< south about three ruins. The road is fine en south to beyond {.*...+.++.............*..+.+...+++++..............+.

Cabinet MaKer. Wood WorKer. : weeks but they postponed coming too OFFICIALS ON Oak Hill, which is on Mosquito

.1 medical Lagoon. The run from New Smyrna to THE
long. Every method known to PROSPECT
. Picture Frames, Door and Window Screens made to order. : science was employed to save the patient Hawks Park is very interesting.On i _

.Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. i it but they proved to be of no avail the peninsula side the beach offers :
> ROADINSPECTION. a delightful spin to Ponce I'ark with its South Ridgewood Avenue
She was taken seriously ill about a
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week after reaching Daytona and was
at liberty to visit it any day except Steam Heat Electric Lights two blocks from
hen taken to the hospital.Mr. ,
Sunday! and a view from its storm bal I ,
....................... ...........................: and Mrs. Serviss were from Xew-
i" worth A
cony n sight seeing. lovely depot and postoffice. Garage on premises.
T R. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor : burR, N. Y. She leaves a husband: one panorama awaits the beholder. You

sister and numerous relatives in New -- look the horizon
out at over the Atlantic ROOMS .
ONLY.
: House Wiring a Specialty. : York state. Will Accept Cannon's Work On on the east, south the Inlet and i

Mr. Serviss left Daytona Wednesdaytor Coronado beach; turning/ west your eye

: Dealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades, : lirandon Vt., where: the intermentwill DeLand-Daytona Road And sweeps the Hillsboro river, Xew Smyrna, P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor.

: Lamps No. 8 Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. : take place. Spruce creek. Turnbull bay Port Orange
Pay For It. the Halifax river and Daytona, if I...+............................. .........s.......
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Buried In Pinewood. mm[ ROADS ARE Cmll I 6. drive north carries you through the .......................a.........................
.+.+..++................... .+..>...... ...*... .. .. ... The remains of :Mrs Rebecca II. Garland delightful: towns of Holly Hill and Or-

: arrived from New York Tuesday k lit r mond to liulow, to No. 9, and along& the THE CLEVELAND' _

Bond Lumber Company accompanied by Miss O. H. Garland Dr. G. W. Fisher DeLand; J. G Cade, shores of the Tomoka. West you can Avenue Postoflice
Magnolia
visit I HLand opposite
and from there side
and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Garland, of Enterprise; R.I). Brooke, Osteen, three : enjoy

.1 Los Angeles, Cal., who Joined Miss Gar- of tbe five members of the Hoard of trips. Rooms Only Steam Heat. Sanitary Plumbing. Gas

ROUGH AND DRESSED I I T/l/1/ / RtnD .. PINE CYPRESS LrfUlYlDCiV V V boat south to the
AND trips
fishing grounds
party arrived by the 11-40 a. m., were in the city Tuesday, having!
atxiiit the Inlet to Turtle Mound and to S. B. GREEN Proprietor.
train, which was forty minutes late, come over on an official inspection of ,

Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime i but a.* they were not expected until the DeLand-D.iytona road. They report many towns and settlements Go north ........NNMM.t li..Me01NNNN....................
boat and don't fail to take the To-
by
Office and ards: f *tr and Lenient in Stock. AvenueMiLLsBond : mok.i You will lazy
Railway and Orange trip. see alligators
been made for that time, no change was their intention of accepting it.
i left Messrs. basking in the sunshine, and longleggedbird 5..*...........................**.....*.*****.**.****
and the funeral the The other commissioners l
Mill. Atlantic Coast Line Ry.. HH miles south of Jacksonville.Kftlamaion.on made cortege two ,
wading about the marshes ins
sanford BranchcftheF f:.('. Ky. railroad depot shortly after the arrival Bradbhaw: and Owen have ben over the : THE HOWARD
li of dinner of fish.
art a
I of that train and proceeded to Pinewood road.It _
i Phone 83 R. MALIJY', Manager. cemetery where Mrs. Garland's is *cry doubtful whether Contractor These! are all well worth seeing, and a : i
Centrally located on Volu'tia! Avenue, tile main avenue from the depot to
.......... ......N.. ...... .......................... husband, J. M. Garland, who died about Cannon broke even on his! road contract.It trip to I Daytona is not complete without I the water front on the Halifax Rivi-r. Three minutes walk to stores, post-
is buried. is road which has cost of it. \\henyou hateseen this the races ;
pile
two years ago, a a : office, churches, etc. The Howard is strictly a first-class house in every
The casket was opened to allow the money to get where it K but it I is! will l I.e put on, and with autos making *
respect at moderate prices.: THI- TABLE A SPECIALTY. Northern
N...............G S......i...... .. ................: relatives and fnends a last view of the thought now that it is in such shape a? more than two miles a minute on the cooking, the cuisine exceptionally good, the best the market affords./ Under I
departed and Rev. D. 11. Ruttcr, pastorof to be more easily maintained in the fu- each and the heavens above alive with :
the direct ison of the The house modern
super (proprietor.: hasvery convenience -
WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING ; the M. E. church of this city, con- ture. Its present good condition demonstrates roplanes careering around you will be J improvement. Has largeerand.t and pag'KJa and ia sur- :

|i| getting a Galvanized Iron Tank a new Tin ]Hoof! a Hot Air Furnace, j!| ducted a brief burial service.Big to DeLand its, and value it both assures, to Daytona one U.ing-and given,a speed pretty and fair quality.sample of Daytona'sspirit rounded b5- lawns and shad-tr..vs. Is dry and will ventilated. ;

For terms apply to the proprietor
: or any of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern : the road is a fixture as a hard-surface *

: Success Was Bazaar.The thoroughfare.The JOHN C. HOWARD. i
remember that
o dwelling, *
i ladies of the Congregationalchurch Commissioners expressed their Sampson Is Indicted.The I .< .
: approbation of hard surfate extent-ion i ..*************.*******.** ...**..*......*.*.**#..**. *
made of their
: I C. NASH dl SON I i bazaar and a supper!great which success were held and it safe to say that but for the depleted Jacksonville! Federal Tuesday Grand! Jury Indicted sitting John at

Tuesday afternoon and evening. Their condition of the road fund this

i DAYTONA. FLA. : fancy articles were artistic and attractive -i sort of road building would l pushed .ampson, the confessed yeggmen, on
the charge of being implicated in the I r ;;;;; i-sc; !
and while the ladies did not sell out I in several directions.In Eleyt 65 ..
J and reliable service at fair prices. Dayton pnstolfice robbery. ;
J:[ are est prepared to give prompt fc&
entirely they sold sufficient to raise I an interview with the CommisioLers i Panel Bace 6csI!9 r' t.J- i

General Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory. quite a fund. Chairman Fisher said it is up toi
repair shop on .
A tn I'lU i Their supper was pronounced by everybody Commissioner Ow n to put the rood to For Sale or Rent.A !.!...lc..r q :.rti.",. : ; .! n L "I I It .rn (,
Pho.e :is. Out of town work solicited.mOR t.eo to be both sun.ptuous and appetizing the Brevard county line in passable con- beautifully situated home on the i tt lot. Tmbur- l'r' 'L : ..J-L: ';,\:' i I.;.,' : :.e t ,l
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.........oea.e............... ...................... and those who ate say they enjoyed -'dition, and as Mr. Owen i iin I.t.artyI high bluff of the Indian River, at South j jTitu seiltttoyu.frri.bat onatcnr r.,;. '1 so < *:' .u.t: > M.n... s.e iet

a rare treat. I sympathy with the good road move -nt ..\iuV. (House ha ten rooms! and I T>nyin.IT*vt Iroir l'i :f,.tr.'ytctiL'i'i; .. :' t
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t clIr.cm: k .fI'l"'act.:i.->r- 'h..r !Jt OM o
'- The orange blossoms! flowers and it is a safe prediction that there ill be modern Is surroundedwith ,
--- I improvements i I }'SYAtlcwe.ltM1fl.re+cl price*, wlnchra. : .Tin?
homemade candies were in demand and something doing in Mr O;1lt'ns'loaiJi. screened porch ; 300 feet waterfront :, loyon.. fit at !r a th ijon, rvy t' ry.nL...; T nitItatth.mo.r'slota
f .rn..1..I! 1 r'! Tin you.Torl
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, t helped to swell the funds. All in all I wick this spring; and summer. : dock and !boat house; launch and '! .. not t.j. v .1 {(,r ontf: M08ETHAR QUART OFA CENTURY r .nd take a' ant4'eoftheR.: t.I1C.'
the ladies may feel proud of their success. The Commissioners said they bOlt to row-boat can /po in bargain,or sold t't'Ca- Over r'. fliffrreiit, kind of chit" fT t"C.' .'.iin-
see the road extended on the north to rately. Along the shore is a park'bf room. kitchen, i>onhhi.t: .>r-. 0: .c... i- i > 'i rgK t
h4needs been tne. toltetx*twestoa ntTthrlarpeflteKtrccrltslalnQ>>
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We ve su.pplJing the St. Johns county line to connect palms and banana trt't'!. On the groundsare special Chrl .lma.priee>lisl tH ---- .
of Machtner asevfl. the proposed hard-surfm-e road whuh al>out 3(> bearing! orange trees, be- i juaraBtrr-l 1 fleetly: *s repr'""rnt<- !, or y'jrm aey t tkFUWIDICK1IIF1CTORT.
... .hr. Read IrUUFrtcc M
Miltiirr(-i. l lmon and tangrrines. etc. BIM( Manw Sit.Justarut J
1 We tatrj large stof.Ko/ Dr. Bell and wife (Atlanta, and John Anderson of The Alcazar. tH. Au lXtt-n: >ive grounds that go in the bargain

PORTABLE AYoSTATIONARYENGINESBOIL; Dr. Icliani and wife enjoyed a Dutch gustine. is workinc for so cnthuMaMically can !M> 'old in building; lots.
the until Would lx well for Sanitarium.
luncheon TUE'SdJY"enin Mr. Anderson will never rest a

t3 c r t LRS, SavM.lls. 41 Vl"od.Worki1Tio.. I 1e..1. \- pu'stsof; Commodore Charles Water- he hard-surface roads radiating frum For further particulars: Mrs. C Nelson ************************** ..*********************** *
o.i ttox )10. Titusville, I la. tdw:
Sawa of i all Gi' \LSBeltiwg>> 5u.fflits.Q house of Fairview. The eveningwas St. Augu-tine like spider wtbs. :

q (.,UAHI'ITH f0' wjTROTECT ias very enjoyably spent at games 1 It is only a question t.f a few j't ars till t= Promptly executed at J

-M t Bl c M Tt.M1NY and clever entertainment amateur sleight-of-hand, Dr. Bell beinga per- all these can gaps pass will quickly be filled back, and and motorcars forth 10< :cents Collars, with 2 cents work, all left style and of called shirts |i Fine J Job b Printing P ( g, Gazette News Office. J

W s Fo>U'YTK S1 ATLAHTA GA. former. from St. Augustine to Daytona. for at Daytona Steam Laundry tf I .
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'1 i ;-..;.- THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY : The Florida Times-Union, containing a complete and act'nlateaccount of the 1909 session of the __ __

1; ( INCORPORATED ) : Florida Legislature, full Associated Press Reports, all Sporting News--the Baseball season will Regular Subscription Rates for :

--- Second Class }!a.--I; : open next month-all State News, all Local News, splendid ne'urateIarket Reports, corrected THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION. : ,
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'-H --- One copy one year....... : : :=::::::: :::::::::J1.50 75One 1 : AND NINE ((9)) STANDARD POPULAR MAGAZINES, EACH FOR THREE MONTHS. Our Price to You

t One copy copy three sir months months:....:: :==:... ::::::== . .40 Here are the Magazines:

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SATURDAY MARCH zoo 1909 Burr McIntosh I f Hous and The Woman Pictorial Recreation

: The most beautiful : Garden Beautiful Review The Great Out-of-Door 1t a s t n t CRETE.It. : in the world. Magazine.Retail >I"II r..l I d n I r.li I r R r r r..VN II
M1B WKSMAM i G PROGRESS TIE HALIfAX BRIDGE CO ii Retail 1 value I 75c. R.-tail value ;,')C'. A: Magazine of LJrUlly A Fashion Magazine.Retail .
k. : value 7c. ;
value 4. :
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i CosmopolitanMagazine ,i MetropolitanMagazine Forest and The $ 2.
, t. .' Bond Trustees Hold Session But Representative Alexander Wants ------ Youth's. ?: 5(3culture. A

i : i The Outing Stream Companion ::

Little Of Public Interest To Meet People Of Daytona The popular Magazine of ,I 1''rt''rn.n':4 Weekly The only paper that
: Th' Necessary Magazine I MagaZl.i.? ; y'J1 III J >I
Beach to-day Magazine.; pleases old and young. } I.A"wII. IN .
Transacted.The Seabreeze, Daytona r i ifl rYid \Iii a Yp \I JIYVt1Y
r \L Retail value 45c Retail
i value 45c.
Retail value 75c. Retail: value' $1.30 Retail value 15('.
Bond Triceps: held a, mating Representative J.is. l II. Alexander I
certain business hasn't forgotten that a trio of the prettiest -
Wednesday to}u Leauixn
1 pertaining to the bond i,.sue. There i fc and best town! on tile Fast Coastare iRe You are to receive all*! of these ;iiiijrpnce, standard Magazines I and The 1 FOR ALL
in dire ned IIf big modern artistic me m be r
in of the :a '
pro.cf'todinI.
hitrh
\ no anywhere any
When consider that pleading concrete bridge, with grace.ful Mmes-L lion, Daily and Sunday, for three! months for $2.50. You will :
you Mail Remittance To-day.
Davtona is on the Southeas At Liu tic arches and overhanging sidewalks : never again I have an opportunity of receiving so much rc.i-ling: mutter for so little money.

that the W. II Compton Company who built to withstand the storm< and wear
: BE SURE TO !' DO NOT DELAYCIRCULATION
the sine MENTION: : Til-! 'AI'E{ t
were the successful bidders, are in the of ages is th chief need qua t
West and that in all such tranl'lIdionl'the non, and Mr. Alexander) desires! an op- :. SEND[ ALL ORDERS TO I

"Eas is necessarily rf'rkonrd"lth.. portunity to ili iu:;3 the question personally -
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" Looking toward such meeting Mr. : DEPARTMENT THE FLORIDA TinES = UNION.

her f perfect work. Alexander addresses the editor of the :

You will have better idea of the situstion Gazette News as follows: ...................N..N..N............ .... .. .............. .;
by reading a telegram received jesterday "Please say to the good( peof.le of ..... te +.e { .oo. .. ............................................1111
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by Secretary: F. N". Conrad: "1 Daytona Seabreeze and Daytona Reach 'uI1
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a understand bonds were shipped yesterday that 1 would like to meet them at any ----- 4. + .o. o . 4

Full instructions' regarding execu time and place between now and April '
; i I I Ill l fit' it llilll
W. R. I. and discuss with them the free bridge II'IT( \
tion. Signed, Compton.A Ice
Il 1 Daytona
i l 1 I I' I Company
letter, also received Wec'm Jay proposition, which I hope and expect[ 1I I 1'1 l 1 ,l I III t ,1 I Ii I I I II ,
states that the company are doing ali the next Legislature to give them."I 1 i l 1

i{ they can to hasten the delivery of the shall do everything in my power to HI ; PURE ICE; ;
the above result. The iii .
water works bonds. The treasurer of accomplish people Made from Distilled Water.
tne company, Thos. N. Dysart, writes, of the Last Coast: have a friend in
4 Factory corner Railroad and Yolusia
... sending the usual identification certification me, and I shall do everything possiblefor : 9 + .. .. .. .4o] + .. avenue.. .. .
receipt for payment of purchase their prosjx'rity and advantage. IIJ ie s

S price etc., with instructionsto "Yours truly, .

forward same to New York when "J. II ALEXANDER. ... ,...Mown".." : :: _' A Da 1

the bonds are executed and returned to It is Ics thai two weeks now till 's" cetl1'\1.i90; '

the United States Mortgage and Trust April 1st. Wouldn't it be a good idea 1'1"I Ague Dee apet A ,fx ,I, OUR FOUR CARDINAL PRINCIPLES-!;

Company for certification.The for those interred in the concrete I i+ r'I tw.t ,

bonds will be forthcoming in the bridge scheme to get together name a w
time and place, and communicate with ;

I next few days. Mr. Alexander at once? :lee rto eeapee ath. 1 tut' Jt p' j l ABSOLUTE SAFETY! Insult'll i i IIY !

There ore others, likely beside Mr.I dear 1 ettet 's .
'4 J. B. Beecher Passes Away. Alexander, who would be :glad of the 1 t e rot Ansel "d."' ; dIA

Jeremiah B. Reedier died Thursday opportunity of discussing the bridge I M>ce1ou eeissut bee ts t t.t 1i leetlo a I I I,I'h; z., Capital $100,000

morning at about four o'clock of heart question before their fellows. a ,t tM1 10" Con.,' eh a !
I eettiti ei20r
trouble, at his winter home on south Ry all) means bring the Representative I sett pr x rstd la t.G y et eftsted' 'E 'r :i ;;;?. ;t., Surplus $250,000 j
'" Ilidgfivood avenue. Mr. Needier had over; he'll do you good and a whiff a. C ;

not been in good; health for some weeks of ocean air and the sight of )our fliers, foot ,,4'e Stockholders Liability $100,000_ __ __ t}
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lout
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but was not confined to the house, being both terrestrial and a-rial will do him : 0t tee re11 r -"t?}ice: Actual security to
del depositors 450 (X)0)
about the city as usual only a few days good. The opportunity for the exchange J i

of touch reciprocal I enjoyments: should) 77'

ago.Mr.. and Mrs. Herein, who are from not be missed k NOTE:-This Hank is Number One on the "Honor Roll" of

New York, have been coming to Daytona c r National Banks in Florida, and No. 187 in the whole
during the winter for many years and
a few years since erected comfortable l A WOMAN'S BACK. United States among over sixty-eight hundred National

, winter home on south Hidgewood It. r Hanls. 1 1I
1J
avenue. 3I J j
The Aches and Pains Will Disappearif
h Ste Qt. .{. r, fs I l-

r '; NEW( CUIMI l I LOCATION the Advice of this Daytona ,f CONSERVATISM- .

f { Citizen is Followed. \ Proven I IIY our success:; and our reputation.: *

DEFINITELY i DECIDED UPON A \\otuanV hack has many aches and I

painH.Most. SQUARE DEALING

KRK ( !! tiim-H 'tis the L.i.h"'M'ault.. '" :

lI&<'k\.I.t' in really kidney m lit-; Ask our patrons
Announced That Dr. Potter Will .
That's \\by bonn'sKidnry'illscureit.I
Rebuild On Beach Near Au- Many Daytona vtetiiteii know this. COURTEOUS TREATMENTOpen
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It.ad"llIt nile has! ti fay ii!."tit it:
tomobileClub House. Mr I .S..Mills I Magnolia!It/'t't't. I a.jtoii.) < u free -Mllllllliii an account with us and] we will) demonstrate it.
!
Humors as to the proposed location of Fla.la'-l4: "I nd ))lIlIn's Kulncv Pills!!

The Clirendon! have been as numerous anti han i-incc |N'('II frt-Iniic like a different I II lIJJIIlIlIJIJliiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiI

I as the proverbial sands: of the sea-soine woman. Hiiffcivd ftr>-atlvfroiii dull I FIRST NATIONAL BANK
i of the rumors with a semblance of fact, Iiiu-kieae8. HC18 difficult fur nif lei -- ,

others as ridiculous as the wildest fancies get i alxxit the house and at night I WAS! I,

ever conceived. unable to olitain my proper "'''to The ST.
President Taft Wears White House AUGUSTINE FLA.
The Gazette-Ncws, however i is in a position kidney M-crt'tiutiM' guise 'evidence fault Shoes ,

to state that Dr. II L Totter will with the !kidney l I'J' their irn-,:ulat ur-
tion and when I n'ad of Poan'n _
erect at Daytona Reach a modern fireproof Kidney. -- r.
Clarendon at a cost of 300000. (1'ilN, I di'tennitit-il to give thtn n trial MADE: BY THE BROWN SHOE COMPANY, >T. to\'lS\ -

000. Arrangements have been made, Two IH\C were piuciiivd fur in* from ...... .....I.I.I.I.IsII... MRS. mm M ENGLUr
I and all details practically settled that [Junl.inH'tlrn ; "IIII"unol utvil lii<* of 1 I 1 _

The Clarendon will I lx located upon ItiU'karhp mid! di"I'o.,1 of the !kidiuyweakiit'ss. as per letter reproduced above Sample No. B-51. Ask your dealerfor : Legal Notices : Home Made Candies. '-

land owned by J. R'. Erregger! and Mrs. this or other styles of iHiiinjr Kl<,tNoiit PS'. OTfctallzttHtoMf *-'
rllt
I C. R.: Oliver on the ocean front in al For sale by all dealers. Price 30 cents .... .I.11.IIIsIsIiIiI.Is c* I.IOMSOIII |n'1.,1... <.riH"fruit ......1.and OraQI*:

most a direct line from the Gazette-Xews Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole NOTICE TO .NONRESIDENT.If ,,,,,,1. on ante nt RED TOP COTTAGE Nerf'..',
office. agents for the United States. WHITE HOUSE J: SHOES CiitrriT (''>rKT-Mnvriith Juilii-lnl "'ir of the Ormond Hotel, OrmonJ. Florida. d-f.r- '
Remember the Ilnmeo8u'sandtake ) ("ult ut }KlorMii. Rod for Vi.lu-la r'.unl\. ;-
The town of Daytona Reach has eeewa IN I'ltA3 I'H\: I DR. T. A. DAVISPANTIIEKOPIST lf

passed an ordinance exempting!; the no other. For Men. $3.50 $4. $5. and $6. Ej ('1..*rl'I" J.OWKI' .
--- MJ For VVomen53.50, $4. and $5. ta, NotlrvTo. :>on-H.-.l.l.'tit. I ;
property from all taxes and licenses for naN. tt ILI.IAM IawajTo1t'u.LlAr ) | The latest safest and most f'denUii j*
: a period of tpn years. HUMS OUAUTY :Ixiwr; :- i method of tnntiug the !sick. Include,-

f Rumors of this location have been ii KINGSTON 1) SPECIAL A'DVKR'I. i \t I IOR I) F.\LFIIN.I: th will You<* uliwe of(lire'uni mtltlcd brrebv'rwluirwlto|>lalnt Illnl| Tvlnaiiilnit| "I'I"'lIr| | you to 11..1 In every Scientific drugless Maage.; 5>>tem.Women Osti-opatM and cbl)
rife ciiu-w on or licforr t he r.t tli
for several days, but nothing was .J day of Aiirll. A. 1'. I''V. dren a ffK-ci.ilty. Examination fr*.
definitely decided until yesterday 'The imjtonn; linzrttNV. l< h.Tvl.y Corner opposite
wstoflice, 1)aytalBeach.
d..llIont..H'4] ,.
: the n.' i|" -r In "lilcli tlili
and if no hitch in the details occurs There are but few more days rrlDlin.1 :>>- .k onli-r ..htIlI"'IIIII.II"h.1 once II Week for four I .

there is: no doubt but what this will I be ing of the piano contest and we hojxthe ron-Mf U. ltn utltr.""l.iny wifk hand.Rod M'aI of otter till- I''th I i
t, the location of The Clarendon. I il." of Kvl.ruary A. lu !Itas. '
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patrons of Kingston school and all who t ; Notice Tourists
left [KALj HAMTHJOHI.AN: l .-|l.-rk. 'i to
street, yesterday for his honv, at .
Ky I' U. ,
UAMLIN.
are interested in the cause of education I ',x :+ n; >d"
Duluth Miami r'lT7l.KKALI': "T.M.
,1 Would (io With ":lIna. and the public weal will redouble their i j Doings ( HOLLY stullcltor for'ol1ll.IIIInJlla| ,
HILL
, Edwin L. George and wife of :Mont
efforts to the end that these '' F
prize intruments Z
1 A little girl in this city, who i ji nil interested at Daytona Claire, X J.; Mr and Mrs Henry :Salmon I rOIl want the very host Orange
may l lie Rixen to the public i i apply to Point G the Re4?
and
: Sunday school! attendant. I of Boonton X. J ; Thorn 101 Mnith I rove
where they will l h e and '
a genuine la-ting
, told at the breakfast table on. morning 'la'nfit to the whole Beach and daughter-in-law Mrs. F. II. Smith. HOLLY HILL. Mirch 17-Mr. and land TntHm: River Orange, tile bel
jx-ople and to
not
1i recently that if she was a K"*>d little girl; private parties who are perhaps able to of New York are plrasintly Itieate-d at Mr- KliiH- ok the early train Monday / aTtrryb in tlrCrateitn eted) I 11] mile sod:0-
! !she would be with the lord Jesus when I Pinchut.vt iiiOTiin? for St. Augustine!! and returned :
t1 )purdiase an instrument at any time theymay from I :ivtoim on the> Daytona 39
I she died Some one followed lIisith I DAYTON BE.CII.Iarrh: 18 -Mrs. Abraham Steiry and wif..f Sheridan l"u( d.iy. Tuesday afternoon Mr

I the question: ""'hrrp will\ ) you no when need it. Our district small and Alex Ilelme sycho-therapist, of Denver lud. arrived from :St.; iVtersburi I Kline uiiexiN-ctexily:: was called: home to \ hainLtI'n but
/ recently organized, is I
w you die if you are a bad little !girl; ?" totally unable to Colo., is tending a short time in last night, and have taken rooms in the Chieasoand left on the three o'clock are lnet Dteaa.! Y 7T PRICES MODERATE. t
without any hesitancy she replied procure the equipment) the I"urg. Hibbard tram.Sund.iy. tberpW ter aete a aew.apply,frenhly I ..
needed. apartment tlou.'e. Mr. and 1 1t ueted and pnt a0. You mn no rut of
I "\\' th mama." to the consten.ation of Therefore we solicit the aid off I !Recent: arrivals at The Seaside- Inn Mrs. poorly keorren.ntet.orte. we take '
HidI
ail Stfffey pent a winter on ;- tbepaineyoaaettheresah.. FEUD mm PROPRIETOIj
who Mr. Rayottle
Mr
are willing to coffer this benefiton t and) [ *. F. A. Mann toil I
that good Jldyalld the : eenipped and most
a amusement o arc: II.T. Cady and wife Omaha. Xeb. wood Daytona.Mr. trpert eeA Scow.en ,
' posterity towards securing this prize ; I avenue drove down from Soabrewk. Mr. Mannirturnctl I in America. It is to oor a4Tantare eo
the others. __ L. A. RusttDcll aud wife. Cincinnati N. and Mrs.[ earn?, we will. For.aIa every.
Meyer, of. Cincinnati '
pro bono puhlioo.Thos. ; I Monday but Mrs. Mann will i where, taut leg hec4 Annual free. 60 YEAREXPERIENCE |

i: Work for Humane Society. II. l idw ell, of St. f oui., Mo., is D. Miles, :N'icholasville. Ky: ; Mr. and i arrived from Palm Beach yesterday: remain for a tin.e during the absence of I M.. FERP Write y toD. & Co, i,

I I a recent arrival at the boarding house Mrs.Y.. L Thompson and son, East I j and are lociitcd in the Ilibbard apartment her daughter Mrs. )Merkel who left ou D.trc'1, Mkh.R .
I There are on D.iytona I rf'f't* two I lucre and i il mu.-h I leased! with our tli- Liverpool, Ohio; :Bliss Mary Dickey house Mr and Mrs 1t''eNJfr,' Wednesday for Atlanta. I > t'

i f pier o'd! rmatiatcd, ramshackle ii.in.aN. :j. mate and I ur beautiful to.u. This is \YlnHingY. Va ; F. A. Prevor and here last winter I

i a brown mule and a gray hlJrl<*. hi. first trip South, and he is here in the wit. Duluth. Minn.[ ; C. F Latitner and ;j I A large sail vessel was in plain viewat Mrs.! W. M. Gartshore and Miss Gunn I --- ---- .

i' each driven by ('allouhidt..1'f'crn"II.: h.-jx- ".f impro\ing his health! and recu- wife .hlandf Wis. tea yesterday, probably fishing along of London, Canada, were at Mr. Heath's MASONIC: DIRECTORY.

\\II') pv! mercilessly their whip:!' .1'I )peiating after a lung siege of strenuous W.r. Knight is having bill front yard i': the banks as it remained in view sometime I Inlay. to an impromptu afternoon tea. TRADE MARKS
s lJllipws: \I.IK.\X MUKK. Sf). xi, F. A. M1'HAPTKR i DCSIGNtCOPYRIGHTS: W
i representative h.i s se c n j Inlineactivity.. on Valley street to I 1t't't5 tat and
p I graded the le"t'lof Sunday afternoon G.! AY. Harris and ::rd TburMtIlYs Ac.

t tVf IK or d.'nb, animals stnipsliru! to Mrs. C. R. M. hcppar.t and hu cousin tl.e adjoining property on the north. I I Miss Be'll Griffin who has been under daujhteTS Mrs. A. II. Carter and Mrs. I Ihf.U'\X Motend Thmireeat No. 5, It. A. M enirkiy Aneece. apr00 aenAbR n :,:ate't o .s end n free desert1ieS wbetbet' '::

draw loads they are physically unable t to I Miss Bertha Cooke. have gone for a fewdavs I Mesdames Liiblin and Jackman. .ho, treatment at the :Sanitarium i is sulli- ('has. U. Simonds went in W. II. Heath's I 1">KINTAI. ,< draw, the drivers belaboring! then with visit to Oak Hill) I II \| -ts lib Thursday
.
: with their families, are pending the ciently recovered to return home. launch to call upon Mrs. Hand at Silver I.I KIVEOAK CHAHTKH.: N.. I. It h: s tc I'n'c;t 11 il; t.krn Uil'fl II I, .nH tfi'uri.ir>li n A Co. =<*
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cruel strode j Waterman Jernigan of hlando, \is ted winter at Idlt'wilJ cottage, have returned Mrs. George } ocher and Miss Carrie !ISeach. Mrvti.'nd and If Daytona '..an'ta Humane S-'dciy his aunt Mrs loch: Thursd.1Y'n from"'s) III meet In Masonic Hull Orntsgv .\ :riiu, "-
outing at Palm Garlock who i i 1 fliiicrican.
are at the
abe ought to have-to look after such I ing of this week, on his WilY to Miami Ik al'h. I Hleekman The town council is improving the ,
apartment house have returned from A 1'IAn"IIO"'I'' Illnvtralml w.'klT. JArNt fine M these Such animal. slioul be to in the a road from the Holly Hill to Termt.R
j depot
vegetable of irtenttBe Journal.
engage commission Jack Silverstem I..t..t Belletand any :
who baa spent the pleasant trip down the East Coast M for Ilidgewood it is the. CATARRH p-111..c-UrP. : $
led and chloroformed. intention
out business. with JI ultimatelyI Tr I.' t"' =:'H wYOrlJIrau
winter Mr. Beardsleyoo Valley south u Knight Key J,I to Lave it marled. .. ...u..4 ttoeutTBt. I M Nrrr Co)
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s Dr. and Monday Mrs. F.from H. Houghton Titusville, returned at- for Mrs.her home Blair of Wednesday Richmond, after, Va., left the I:i THE" FASTEST f [ CAR IN I I TiiE l li [ GHJSE fOR AURM : ,. : '


( which pLoe they spent Sunday. winter in Daytona loss of Appetite or Distress After
i WORLD ML ARRIVE[ TODAY Eating
Judge Isaac A Stewart came Mrs. E. A. Lapp was in the city a Symptom That Should Not Be I JOE OSBORNE : < __
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over from DeLand Sunday and returned Thursday with Mrs. Lapp from nc.it Disregarded. I

to that city again Monday their home on the beach north of Appetite i is just a natural desire for food. ,
J afternoon.C. Bulow. The Beach In Fine Form And Rac- Loss of appetite or stomach distress after
eating indicate indigestion or dyspepsia.

A B Tice, who has been in Geo. W. Ozias, a prominent attar ing; Enthusiasts Anxious ForA Over- ting is a habit very dangerous to a

f ff Make our store your store New, the city for the past week with his ney of Dayton, Ohio, arrived in Day- Tryout. able Person appetite i good is a general sure symptom health,of and diabetes.insati- Sanitary Plumbing; Heating-andf:

family, departed Tuesday morningon tona Tuesday and is a guest of his It is not what you eat but what you digest I
catchy, up-to-the-minute goods coming raKr and
his return to Rock Hill S. C. friend Adam Schantz. assimilate that does you good. Some
in daily. Prices are and always of the strongest! heaviest and

have been right. Reference, anybody Leon D. Crews, of Tomoka, departed Miss Martha Jones, who has been Alex. Schwalbacb, who will be in Persons are moderate eaters. healthiest .,#

L. H. HOWE & Co by train from this city todayfor visiting with Mr. and Mrs Wm. charge of the press representatives at or There is nothing that mil create sickness Ventilating.
the Automobile Tournament and S. A. cause more trouble than T
i a disordered 1T
The Jewelers.Geo. Dania, where he has four acres Wm. Hall on North Beach street, Miles,of Chil'ago'ho will act as referee stomach. a.ld many people daily contract 1e
planted in tomatoes and doing returned te Orange City Wednesday serious maladies simply through disregard
W. Bristol, clerk of the finely. armed Thursday: and are located at the or abuse of the stomach

Criminal Court of Record, was in De pland Hotel \\e urge all of our readers who are

::1- the citv from DeLand :Monday accom J. J. Ullery, who has been located Algernon Warren,of White Plains, I Never before in the history of raring indigestion sobering from any stomach derangement, Complete Gas Plants Installed.

panied by his nephew, Stuart \Vorlh- during the winter in the Ellenwood N. Y., is assisting in the L. II. Rowe on Daytona Beach has the outlook for, Chronic, to or!try dyspepsia fcexall Dyspepsia, whether Tablets acute or,

iugton Smythe, owner of the Oswego, rooming house on Volusia avenue, & Co jewelry store during the pres- the annihilation of all records looked "with the distinct understanding! that we will Plumbing and Heating Supplies.

N. Y Times. left Tuesday for his home at Hicks ent busy season. Mr. Warren, avery more promising than it does today. refund their money without question 01
r-

:Mr:). J. :M. Iligby, who has spent rifle, Ohio. I friends pleasant in Daytona gentleman, is making II J. Kilpatrick who armed in the medicine formality they after are reasonable not perfectly use satisfied of this Brass and Qalv. Pipe and Fittings.
I city Tuesday accompanied by his me- with the results. We
most of the season: at the Parkinson Dr. S. G. Worley was in the city recommend them to (

Hou<*e. left Monday afternoon for from St. Augustine, Sunday, in consultation I Mrs. S. M I Dobbins, daughter of clianic Edward Sturzcnegger, was gladdened our tear customers of anjone who every has day not, and been have benefited yet to .

her home at Deadwood, :::5. D.. having '- ill the case of II. \V. Allen the late John H.L.Botepfuhr, return- Thurreday by the arrival of his by them.Ve honestly believe them
been failed home by the illnessof who fell and received injuries to his ed Wednesday to their place at the racing machine, "Red Devil," a Hotchki to be without equal. They are made Fairbanks & Morse\ Engines & Pumps.
,s 120 with which he has bern winningraces from the prescription of a physician who
her mother.Mr. hip last Frida}' Botepfuhr homestead on the Peninsula -
and left. The cost devoted all his time to the study and rle
right original treat-
They will begin the Niagara Hydraulic Rams.
soon ment of
i and Mm. Alson Blodgett and Mr. and Mrs. John Case! and Mr. of this machine was $10,000. He holds stomach troubles. They give very
erection of a new home on the river. prompt relief neutralize the gastric juices,
son, Alson, Jr., returned t aturday and Mrs. G. S. Brower, t't"t..utSia the Herald plaque a silver cup and the strengthen the digesth'e g ans,creata good

afternoon from a visit to Miami and avenue, returned Sunday from a Mrs Wm. Wicking and daughter, Jefferson DeMont Thompson cup, won i digestion and assimilation, naturally regulate Ireland Pipe Wrenches. _

i Nassau. P. E. I., and will be guests several days trip to Sanford, Or- Miss Bertha returned Thursday ut Stroud&burg; t'a. lie also: won the and the bowels promote perfect nutrition, (0 l

of The Ridgewood'until after the lando and other points. from a month's visit to Havana. 1'ucorio gold cup in a mile .straightaway healthy create smtoms.a permanent cure of all nn-

automobile Cuba and the Isle ol Pines. Mrs the time och.lgIS 2-5 seconds.
races. We urge you to try a boa of Rexall
H. F. Shurman and J. W.o'iero 150.
Wicking disposed: of her property I In the Jamaica races Mr. Kilpatrick Dyspepsia Tablets which gives days {
W. W. Urbana who have been during 15 JOE OSBORNE The
of
Hughes, Ohio, employed interests in the latter island while won every event he entered making the treatment. At Vie end of that time, your Plumber
]left Monday for his Northern home the wi..ter at the Van Ofedall grocery there. kilometer free.for-all in 0:213 I 5; the 2- money will 1 be returned to you if you are r ,
after spending several; months in departed Monday the former not satisfied. Of course, in chronic cases _
mile special in 1:20 12mile; free for-
this city. lie will at several to Hammond sport, N. Y., and Pitehing quoits seems to be the lengthof treatment vanes. Forsuchcases,
stop going have Phone 96. 11
all in 1:19: 15. and 1-mile fiee for-all in ve two larger sizes which sell for Orange venue.Combined
enroute the.n St.11 the latter to Cairo 1Y.. these and almost .
days
pints among rage anyplace 0:38 35. The Canadensia hill-climb l.e 4SC- and 890.

gustine and Jacksonville Capt. Geo. A. Rowe returned by in the city groups of men, and won last summer 3-4 of a mile,in 23 1-.'; I Garth U. Young, )Daytona, Fla.
sometimes be
t women, seen M' :
may
Mr. and Mrs J. L. Holler, who train Wednesday from Miami, to the seconds

have been located in the Ellenwcod which place he had piloted the in playing for its share game.of Croquet the popularity comes Mr. Kilpatrick who is a nephew of VOLUSIA 1 DEMANDS TIE BEST.[
the famous Gen. Hugh J. Kilpatruk,
rooming hnus during the winter, cruising yacht, "Loiterer on her also.

u Z left Tuesday for their homo at way to New Orleans, she having recently v.. very modestly refuges to forecast what 9, r. r.

T..le.lo Ohio Mr. and Mrs.! Holler been sold to a party at that Mrs Theo &n 'itak. of Daylong he will do in the coming races, but since Comfort

have been coming: to Daytona during place reach, returned from Palm Beach he purchased the 'Hed De-vil" !ht hats: Will Be Satisfied Only With a r

....t the winter season for many Wednesday to which place she had practically rebuilt it and put it in excellent Curriculum Of The Highest withStyle
arrived from
years. Miss Leone Sparks accompanied her son. Ur.. E. P. E condition and hen i hoping to eclipseall s

Lafayette, Ind., Tuesday afternoon Sengstak, and wife for a few days' his previous record Order.
. Mr and Mrs E. L. Pow DeLand and with her mother Mrs. W. II
is is
and! This
visit. Dr. Mrs Sengstak e-on- car is the one formerly owned bj
f attended the Madame Calve concert Longe, and family on Bellevue a"en' From Superintendent Hollow-ay's report -
tinued on to their home at Jackson Edward Russell Thomas, the milli.nairebank.er
Saturday: night. Mr. Powe is an attorney ue. Miss :Sparks: has come south we obtain certain data which explains -
ville. of New York
and was the cause
, t and agent at DeLand of the for t the hrnefit of her health and will why so many Volusia county The Secret of the
of much trouble to him through the ina-
Atlantic Coast Line Ry. Among renupi! there for s-'ine time.J. Mr. and Mrs. II B Parsons, who teachers prefer to take the teachers' examination
bility of running it within the speed tin.-
others from DeLand attending the have been guests of the Ridgewoodfor : its, and it will be renumbered that at in St. Johns county.In -FAMOUS-

Madame Calve concert were Mr. I H Meagley, having receivedhis the past few weeks, left Wednesday ) Long Branch he collided with a carriage Yolu-ia county,during the last two

and Mrs. R. M. Bond. new' samples, departed Mondayfor for St. Augustine, where they I years, fifty-four applicants have taken
several the horses be-
.a 11 u-it! mi?ton. \\". Va., from which will stop for a time en route to their I containing people, the teachers' examination in and fifteenof Dorothy Dodd and Oxfords
killed of the carriage Pumps
ing lady
a -
occupant
Rev. Dr. B. F. Marsh preached) arousing point he will resume his travels in home at Albany, N Y Mrs Parsons seriously injured and Mr Thomas them have failed to received any

- temperance sermon at the the interest of several large boot is a sister of F. T. Peck, of the : kind of a certificate; while during the
himself fracture of the
Congregational church, Sunday and shire concerns his territory Peck-Hendricks Company, of this sustaining a leg same period, in St. Johns county, fifty-
from which he has rcco\ered.
morning to a large and interested covering several of the middle east- city not yet five have taken the examination and

congregation The evening servicewas ern states.J. The great/: Henz racer is expected to not a single applicant white or colored, We are showing all

conducted by Rev S II. Mills J. E. Rush was in the city Wed- arrive t, (jay. This car is sm.d has failed to pass.

pastor of Benzouia Academy of T. Long, who was called to nesday. Mr. Rush came in Tuesday h be the fastest tar in the world, a The. above conditions have made it I the latest styles in

Benzonia Mich, who is sojourningin (I'rtscfiil City last week by the fatal evening but went to Port Orangeand giant a monster, and will amaze everyone ne<'rssary for the Volusia County School

the city for a tin e. illness of his mother, returned to spent the night with his who sees it. It is predicted that Board to pass a resolution that all persons Pat. Gun Metal Tan

Da) } tona Tuesday. His brother, parents. lIe reports his father, this car will make one hundred and who have the county to take their ,

The Norman S. Dayton real estate Frank Long and wife did not accompany Rev[ J. 1Hush: as in very px-r twtnty-five miles an hour without any examinations shall not be eligible to positions and White Canvas

agency has sold to D. E. Ilayworth him, but will remain with health in fact in quite a serious great effort. George Robertson. who in the county. I

of Quincy, Ill., lots G and 7 in block Mr. Long:; father probably for several condition. drove the winning Locomobile in the We have no right to put poor'y
and Ties..
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25, situated on Live Oak avenue dav s. Vanderbilt Cup race, will drive the Benz equipped teachers in charge of our Pumps
The High School of Ormond seata
west of the railroad. These two giant on Daytona Beach, as will also schools The boys and girls in the

fine lots, which were the properly of Deputy sheriff Myers took James challenge to the Daytona High David Bruce Brown the mile amateur smallest) school in the county have aright

Mrs. D. A. Blodgett, comprise about Jam-s H,. Scoville, the prisoner xhoolfora baseball game Thurs. record holder. This famous Benz car is to the very best teacher that we M. B. AULTMAN

six acres of excellent land all cleared li.und over to the criminal court by day afternoon. The teams met atHarrison's now owned and entered by Hugh McIntosh I: ran procure." Sometimes we cannot get = -

and under fence Mr. Ilayworthid Justice!' Titus. Wednesday morning, Park and had a hard the millionaire Australian min suitable teachers, and sometime we are ,

.' of ]located at The Howard with his 0:. a grand larceny charge, to New light for first place the Daytona ing promotor who pulled off the John 'I mistaken in those we do get; but it is WI"ghee votes in the nu-h- lIlfont PIano Contest

family. Smyrna, Wednesday afternoon and team winning the game by a scoreof son-Burns fight a few wetks ago Mr ; our aim to give! all of boys and girl "a Phone 2. Beach St.
'hoteional delivered) him into. the of 9!) to 3. McIntosh is
keeping now in this country in an (Fair deal" in getting an education. So

The .houseboat: "Reliance: i\hich Sheriff E. L Smith| Miss L. A. Cross and Mra.: F. A. endeavor to hook up a fight between we try to keep our standard of Teachers
was recently bought by Thomas S. White, are attending as delegates, Johnson and Jeffries, and he will arrive just as high as possible If all our .......,.....'.......................................

Wheeler, of Plaiufield N. J,, is now Eugene Fo ler. Fred Hill and in Daytona to remain through
today
the State Association of Congregational counties were as particular as we try toe
I II
at the Root Dry Dock, where she Eugene Gastel bicycle experts arrived Churches being held( in Jacksonville race wPt'k. It might be or interest to there would be fewer poor teachers BUSINESS AND PROfESSIONAL

has been undergoing some nee'e from New York Monday withan this week Rev. Dr. B F. the public to know that this Benz car is trctilating around over the state. \Ye I

sary repairs. She will remain at outfit of motor cycles bicycles Marsh and Rev Dana Sherill are the one that Hemery won nut with in always instruct our grading committeesto

the dry dock until further notice etc with which they intend to compete also attending the Association, }having the great Paris-Moscow race; he al->o guard the honor of the profession and

from her owner. Mrs. I D. A. Blod in the coming race events on up Wednesday morning I i drove it in the Grand Prix in Paris and the& interests of the children by decliningto d. SCII INI IDIR I M, I D, I fitzgerald & Oates
gone
gett, owing to the unprepared condition the ocean lipach, The trio are located was second with it, and only ;57 seconds license those who, evidently are not
of tile hUt>liam'e," gave up at The Will mer, on South osTwo nice Rhode Island Red behind the winner on Thanksgiving Diy quihficd to teach. Physician and Surgeon. : Attorneys at Law

her contemplated cruise alOanlller Palmetto arenne.tAutonrohile males for sale. W. Harding, Daytona in the A. C. A. Grand Prize race at Savannah I \Ve need u State Grading Committee. I 302 North Ridgewood I Special Attention to Examining andPerfecting

Fla. I While these examinations are uniform Phone 193, Dajtnna, Florida Land Titles.
Thos E Wood of Ashtabula, tires and inner tubes
I. F. Humphreys has purchased Fiats are also on the way and are expected there seems: to be a great diference in Office hours: 10 to 12 &. m.,
Ohio, who with Mrs Wood, is a vulcanized) at Oliver's garage I Conrad Block, DAYTONA, FLA.
oC J. G. Brown, through the Norman here on any train. the standard of excellence prevailing in GtoSp.m.
of The Glenn North Beach
guest: 011
S Daytona Real Estate Agency:; Mr. Schwalbach is very enthusiasticover the, various counties. i ('.r.. U. iaodts Bert FhllI
street, that he was in Daytona The ohl friends of R. E. .\ II
nays many I The law provides that any person whois RAWLINGSPhysician :
a lot at the corner of Ridgewood the coming meet and while he rays I DR. J. I-
or what is now the City eif, Da) }tona Laud, of Toronto are glad to see not satisfied with the grading of his LANDIS & PISIIAttorneys
and Fremont avenues the sale being that he is adverse, as a rule, to making
thirty-five years ago and says at him again in the city. Mr Land demand that be sent to
they I
Mr. Hum home he papers can I '
made Wednesday. predictions at is a stranger
that time and the Indian &: Surgeon. at Law
there was one store a lias been sojourning on tie Mate: Superintendent and there be
intends build here in laud and hence he [
phreys to a dwellingfor a strange predicts -
saw mill. He has been trying since River: but has returned to his first i graded by a special committee ape Practicing In all State and Yederal
his arrival to get his bearings and love, Datona.) Mrs.t Land did not himself and family on the that in this event that all existing Office or Volusia avenue first door 'I, Courts win is
A. records, both long and short will be I l p..inh-d by him. Any person careful attention. Special facultieswest
locate the positions of these! and the I him south, preferring property. for InventlcatlnKand perfecting titles.I.Horlda. .
accompany out cf existence and I I. eking f< r "a fair deal" will avail him- of Hankins Pharmary. .
ones
wiped new
few other buildings which then comprised I the northern climate for this season. Major lilton and wife, of La- enrolled. M If or hers..If of this: privilege instead of -- --

the town. conia N. II., friends of Col. and going to some county Which is notorious : ; Isaac "'Stewart Kfford BtySTEti'ART
I i I oF1l1t RE Furnished! cottage. lie states that tlurewill bo here the E. L. bTEWARTPhvsician
Mrs. E. A. Bryant, have been enjoy- who
tor pacing:: all applicants Any one
I! Ur. P. R. Bennett tf fastest aggregation of bicyclists and I & BLY
Rev Dr. A. J. Nast, of Cincinnati i ing Daytona for a week past. Thisis being knows! anything about the examination I and Surgeon
I II known them
motorcyclists -
; among
Ohio who has been a guest cf ,i their first visit here and they Bobby Walthour, who bolls many KIO\VS that it is: impossible for a Special attention to diseases of the I Lawyers

ies. J. N Gamble at Daytona Beach for': Mr I and Mrs. A. True brother were pleasantly surprised and will world's records 1'rnnk Kramer, the e-adirg committee to discriminaten Eye, Ear Throat and N ose. Office I

.-d()numrNI the past two or three weeks left i I and !'isterin.l.1w of Geo. N. Cham- come again. :Major Tilton owns : : ;'un-t any examiner: except far and residence. Magnolia avcnne. 3rd j Office next door to Bank Building,
Orll ntoe.NorU Tuesday on his return home. beilin, who have been visiting; the large hosiery manufactories in Savannah. champion. Root, Fouler and others. evident incompetence. And the per door west of P. O telephone 82. DeLand, FloridaTITLES
Office hour 9 a in. to s p. m.
Rev. Mr. Xa,>t. who is editor of a latter for the past two or three weeks Ga., Columbia, S. C., and First Lieutenant P. II. Sa>les, of the M-H who makes such a charge and thin

c. 4- German rr.lici: '-'is paper the "Apol-: at his winter home on Magnoliaavenue Laconia, N. II. Twenty-second Regiment Nework fa.U to avail himself or herself of his I I INSURED
IS a Methodist visited left Tuesday for their State Troops, who will l he t the! official i privileges under the law is an arrant G. A. KLOCK i i iPhysician I
ogete,
organ
Mrs. D. A. Blodgett and children, the the New Volusia County Abstract, Investment
home. This is Mr True's timer of tntvt, representing! anl malicious deceiver. The 'i
hero some four for the Chicago ( .w or a and Surgeon'1
years ago Mrs and Miss Per- I )
accompanied by York Timer's Club arrived last night and Title Insurance Company
and he is committee has the least idea :
not
scientific benefit of his health and was ,"0plt'ased first visit to Daytona very grading
kins and Mrs. Hartson! who are with Senator" W. J. Morgan. Special attention given to t'ic&M'. of Abstract furnished and titles
Include and his improvement much pleaded) with the city while Whose they are grading until |
with Daytona making a trip down the coast, will papers| the Eye and Fitting of (;limes. offlc, Pd.tap: *. Pints and Blue perlect-I
eopathj Mrs.t True is delighted with the improvement their woik is completed their piled IiertF'IahPrerCare'; 1>
while here that he came the of next report over(Holle e lot h In g ttore. Otllre! hours : i Volnila :
chil-! probably return forepart s c'y and Trcas Opposite Co.
and: again this winter. for the purple of which has been matleinl' Mrs. sisters Mesdames made out, and the grade of the certificate ; to a a. m. 1 to J.wp. in. i.<. aIO i p. in.DAYTOXA. (tank, ItoLand. Fla

ion aytons fret rest and pleasure. only (' she was last here. week. Porcher I Blodgett's and Matthews with- J I, Pattillo, Cornelius Christiancy. : e>r failure of each examinee definitely --- .. HA.-- .. __ ________

whom she \\'i11"isit on the way home \\". l'. Carter and Dr.) II. K. marked; then for the first time M. JOSIE ROOHRS, M. I). D. I D. & C. M. ROGERS'

+ c..tM i0 A 3itN tHtN N..... from Palm Beach, will likely coma DuBois were visitors from Port Orange they arc given the names corresponding

on to Daytona with her. Thursday evemug.James : \ to the numbers on the papers. Homeopathic l Physician Civil l Engineers
ists.Orange1 'Vednesda \n easy place to get a certificate simply -
}
1..1..c .1 indicates' a low standard of excel No 4;3 North I iWach Stnet.Office (DA YTO A and
I SAFfORD PIANO CONTEST. I I Some kicking has been done at I 'arnell, of Orniond, was in lence. Our teachers are expected, hereafter Hours, 12:30 to 2:30: and GOO: Offices ( MIAMI FLA.TeJept .

-- ( the roughness of the roadway on N the city Thursday. Mr 'arnell has to take the examinations in this i::30.
Beach street between First avenue county and so abide by our standards ol i 1)I'ton'a Office Established 1875
altered his l No. 122.
hy
DAYTONA greatly n
H'dthe J- appearance
I of
the < i proficiencyor else avail themselves
2,298,555 and Fain'iehut to any erne who the removal of noustachealmost t I
boscs Daytona thigh School I I the 1 legal recoursee are tired of the
tfalifax Rifles 1,63",990 has ridden through the mud and I necessitating an introduction ti old. whining of those who are afraid to walkup

' soutJ} B. P. O. Elks ." .. ... ... ... 1,212,893 water which formerly accumulatedat time friends.Dr ana "take their! medicine." *** Daytona Private I Hos

tuna an1' I Order Eastern Star 1,015,110 : that place after every shower of'rain -- pilatlld I Sanitarium
the slight is not ,'iitnientnndcareol
r Miss Maggie Morgan 213,7J5 Ii unevenness and! Mrs J \. Miller, (rit'uI"1 An Invitation To Neighbors. Every cllltTfortlieroirrlr...liealand surgical rage.;
It of l I
worth
mentioning. is now one .
Miss Jean Frances Conrad 142,490 II of Mr and Mrs S. II II lio(:k'id r hlctrlr nppllance, Irnln l nurses,
i iI i of the Automobile ..
E.i 84QOO the best sections of street in the thy. I, The Radng Committee quiet urroun Baptist Parsonage north Palmetto stopped' vcr Terra. on applltatlon. -
e nil
avenue
[ given to patient
I I Ormondas
extend
to
I .. Club desire to :II4.! Hfd.-ti st. havtona.Pri. .
S.RlETfll 90,025 I : No 4
i [ Colored Industrial School Remember tint: the fourth number I in this city fruuiesterday until today i w. 11 a- St eabree.zc and Iaytona Beach A. 6L'M'h I

Miss McCann 56,350 of the Lyceum (fours, the (,'uaker while en route from Ei-tin: an invitation to join in the" automobilt.1 PbvvlcUn Inriiarge.UR. .

- Miss Mary Bile 50,040 ( will he given i I where they have j a-sed the winter for I
Male ,'uait't, psirtde announced We-dnesday! morn-
:
IRS Rubie Sullivan ... .., ... .. .210 I to their New homme.I \ A. GO\T:: 1
ENCE Mrs. F. MiJdleton ... ... ... .., 0 1.525Da'tona I March L'3.: Tickets for sale at Bing-1 i I Jersey inc at 9 o'l'l'tk! from the City Hall \ !Jll. A. O' LILL

I ... ham & Haley's.Eddie G, t busy now and plan for the decor
Institute ... ... ... ... 1.135 Dentist t .OPATiI
OS l [
atoms for this etacular( feature of the I
a. Ol'TSmH OJ D.\YTOSA Hoot the. proft.-".ional bicycle !
I Motorcycle Men Busy. raeesi\\ be ole of the must interesting ..I.I
,Vii man's Opera House 544,125 rider arrived fn-m. events of the carnival week I truce: ; fonder li.lgewocd ARt''I. Anderson Building,

Scabn-eze High School J10,8O I I ,ville Thursday afternoon un Jad.son-I Eugene: Gaestel and Fred Hill re- So. I Beach; Strl t.

"'IAIIK. Kingston School JOQ,755 Fo l'r. Hill and Gaestel! oived their X. S. I". modorcyrl I p.* hi The s"nt'ru'J Ilrtlifax>Iy J hive announced: Bridge that Company their IMIOXi: 89 ____.__ __ ____ {_
aNa M. E. Parsonage, Daytona Beach 122,580 Wilmcr Mrs Rt did not accompany I te-rdiV and wire busy this: f Hrt'lIut'lI

IT I..th.rn.aalw. Ac...' Miss Elsie Coates, Daytona Beach 55.650 I her husband. to this city, but ;;i luHinthrill/ up. These arc imported bridge need not i M fur liothcr fur the ntiout parade Sour and p Hketthtnc you i HOY< > 1 I10W1 :. ,\\. I ). S. I II. GOVE:
Seabreeze Congregational Church 48,520 remained in Jacksonville with Ir1:00t'8 machine from (;.ennMtiy one of tI.f'lII.I I
'1II'al."LIl Beach 48,460 Mr Root I I but r.nin..1 while the other : : **. Just dike out in fl)ill:; tol-irs ; Sururon.1' Architect Builder and
sister
>at...,.. Miss Ruby SpaulJioJt, Daytonu : was summoned recently a Pliysirianantl I :
\Ao ns.Ir1Ir Miss Alice Dauherty, 1 4)'ton4 BC4h 33.645 to Davton.i by a letter from ;I li".. nlr .uly f"ir,. g'M.l! nr.'hl l! t" its and j-Mti the" pmc'V'ion.Take : Office! and residence: l.MSo: : : Hi'lgeContractor: ,

Blake School .. ... 12,110 Mr Fogler_ written i in high praise crulit These in:ichiries I are tilti-d with ) the precaution to !seed", in your : 'H""I1111"| 15nJw: ..,,,l U<.- -
| northeast corner
i.pp( Ht'"icl'JI'l' and office,
an. Miss Salllc Holland, Daytona Beach 80 of the ocean bench as a racing I" mil. uttjirhtueiit' f.>r the Ii"rd ty ,-f I"! name to Chimmnn White \If the" racing! I I i tel. Phone 17" Office! hours 'J t" |{ Hidge-wwid and Volual an.I. .
;
...t CI.rn i 6,520Ormond and his wheel with ri.l,' nig and! l tliry roii.inittecaiid, he will jive you t HUIUIw -
.. ,.I Miss Jennie Murray, New Smyrnn course, brought cycle f they arc |pee I. 1 11 I a. m., 2 to 4 and fl.30: to V I p. m. j Phone 8!>. Daytona, Fla
.d.aleNa school ,110 him for the purpose of contesting are destined l to do some mt,"H-MIDR -r n'nlllMi"lI }t>u a poMttoii in the .parade

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.:. Go to .: !Ii 1. Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. i.j One E. .of.sential.sf the r... r-LV FOR mE 5 VOTES-- ,


the happy homes of today is a vast

CONRAD GROCERY CO. I .: MRS. H. A. BERNARD Editor. :, f fund) of information a* to the best methods BUSH & SAFFORD CO.CONTEST zs

7 ; .......... ....- .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-,-,.-..-V-Vwyvvvvvvvvvv- - - - (of promoting health and happiness and I PIANO :
of the world's
SEABREEZE, March 16.-Mr. Gamble DAYTONA BEACH March 1G-The right living and knowledge
/
7. 2 for your Pet (Cream) Milk, G small cans for 25c, : I best product! *. '" -
returned from Cairo, Mich., yester Tofigny Club meets tonight with Miss -
to on improved lorn. Product of actual excellence and These votes cast for. :
go yourToasted : day. Mr. Haertt's condition was :

i Corn Flakes Post Toasties : when Mr. Gamble left him but The teachers of the &'abrt"t'zend reasonable claim truthfully presentedand I I Each issue of the Gazette-Xews will publish one of these coupon. I -i #
he was not strong enough to male the Daytona Beach school visited the Daytona which have attained to a'orld-wide
It must be voted within seven days. March 13,1000.) )
i long trip South and New Smyrna schools Thursday :acceptance through: the approval of the .J ? .

Triscuit, all at lOc each. I W. A Uaggett of Jacksonville will and Friday. This gave them a Well-Informed 1 of the World; not of indi- ....OIIC..I..II..ooroeccCoeo ttC. '

i Puffed Ric :, Wheat Berries, 130., 2 for 250. : visit bis family on Valley street thw pleasant change from the regular routine vidualonly! but of the many who have i, -.- '.

week and remain over for the races. school work. I'I'of 1 the happy; faculty of selecting and obtaining j i

i S. \\'. Biscuit and Quaker Oatmeal. 2 for 25c. : Prof. II. Wakefield returned from a Miss Irene Hand, of Nakomi III. the best the world affords. I StTIF+watS #

t wo days' sojourn at Pomona Sunday who is rooming at Mrs. Stewarts, starts of that class, of
: Food I One C'f the products jI
Cream of Wheat, Ralston] Breakfast or : afternoon.J. north tomorrow. Ethical Just asThey
I
known component parts, an
i Petit John at the each. : J. Ca!'hman, of New York city, isguest Rev. G. L. Collins, Superintendent of ,remedy, approved by physicians and com- It I''
at the Princess Issena. the Anti-Saloon:! League of the State '
a : ,
: Rumford Baking Powder 1 pound 2oc. mend-d by the Well-informed of the
can : Miss Lucy Blaleslee arrived from Virginia gave an earnest and eloquent address at i' ro

1; last week and is at the pleasant the M. E. Church Sunday morning on I'| World' valuable and wholesome family Grown. n-13 R7t";

,. i The Conrad Grocery Company : home of Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Wil- prohibition. He urged active coopera-l I laxathe i is, the well-known Syrup of Fig I I
w. its beneficial THe Finest : Goods in the ff odJ
Ham, Daytona, for several weeks' stay... rive work on the part of thee tcmpcrence j ;and Elixir ornna. To get

:. E. T. Conrad: & Co's. old stand. :. Mi ips I'.lAeslpe was visiting in Seabreeze people everywhere for a constitutional I effect: always buy the genuine, manufactured 40 VARIETIES A STYLES I IN TIN A 6UU ...... I

********.1111/11.1111111.1.111111111111.1.......1.... S\turdlyenning. amendment during the coming Cession I < by the California Fig Syrup Co., .

The Misses Sparks of Nashville Tennessee of the Legislature for State wide pro I only, and 1 for sale by all leading druggists. FRUITS Right off the Trees

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arrived from St. Petersburg: Sat hihition. A collection was taken at the -- I

i! .......................I....... ...................-: urday morning and are pleasantly located close of the address for money to finance I Phillip E. RoblD" JI. Architect E'"

I on Ocean boule\'ard. the fight. Over $100 was pledgedA I "l VS fatlonn Bld'gnvniuiah VEGETABLES
p Ua.Vintcr Fresh from the Farm I|
I- i Mr rind Mrs. M. E. Bliss rf'turnedSat- Poverty Social will be given for a 1= a HoliesIn ;

II THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY urday from tIll ir trip down the Eal'tCUll' church benefit at the parsonage Friday r'lorldatungeloae.. aF'\ .

0 They heard Madam Calve at the night. The promoters or committee I"UIU lIoult's.rruplf'at .
t liar FISH Wriggling from the Water. !
j Hoyal Palm, .MiamiPostmaster I wish it distinctly understood that it illt| d 'h It" i

0z E. F. Britton returned an old clothes affair and those wearing 1IIton.a"Bnnab.
!
z will deliver gasoline without i Sunday trout Greensboro, N. C., and i is their Sunday best will be subject to ,, Tampa. I ft, ..r

again at his: post of duty. fines. Plenty of fun is anticipated. A [ I FINEST CANNED IN THE WORLD :

The many friends of Miss Eaves, post- program will be rendered and ice cream -- -- s
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any charge for delivery at : I 5C VARIETIES IN TIN AND GLASS. t;,
office assistant, w ill regret to learn that ; !
sold.Mr.
she i is still quite pick. and Mrs W. F. Knight who THE GLENPflDSEABRCCZE. I I .-L. .

i any point in Daytona, Sea. : Mrs Mary W.' Spilker of Muncie.Ind.. have been spending some time at their : :FOR SA.LE .:

0 and Mrs. Zula M. Valentine, of same farm at Kingston, will mon back home

breeze Daytona Beach Or- i place, arrived from the interior and wit I this week. FLA. I B'2'w

pend some time at The Glenwood.An Ray Selden who has! been l if'k. was L. Q. i
SEAR[ !PusromcE, SCHOOL A:>U SHORE. / :
alligator hunt on Major Russell'sfarm out today for the first time in a week. [
mond Port :
or Orange. Quality Saturday afternoon interested His father has been looking after the MODERN HOl'SE, =j= ---- -- --_- .
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I quite a number of people for the time store in his absence. Telephone, all ..1111111.11.1111.10.111.1...11.. .1....1..........ii. o
Electric Lights,
and quantity guaranteed. being M 1. I I.. Waggoner was driving Pahnt Ito avenue is still to the front. { .

north on Halifax: a.t'nuand had reached Every lot has been sold on this street Cotueniences.
i M. ELLA DE VOY CO.LADIES'
Call Office Phone 128 i a point opposite Major Kusscll's farm from Seabreeze avenue south, and the iol.K: NO \TIMt.: .'"!!'IIII'IiU.TIII: U. i
I wl.enhesaw a large aligator amblingacross property owners have set sidewalk '
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Mills Transfer 77 i the road In the direction of the trees and planted out fruit trees and ornamental Hp.-rl.il liatrs fur F'+.*a..on. I'I. HATTERS f .:

: Warehouse 60 : rhcr. He was such a large fellow tha shrubbery. It has also been C. F. BOWIE Proprietor. I I { Correct in Styles. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. .. : :

it occurred to :Mr. Wa goner that hwvul'1 e agreed among them to erect one waterworks II No R South Heach f Strwt, Dajtotm. : I< r
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i :. Kerosene Oil Delivered] by Tank Wagon. i ian object of interest to the station with sufficient capacity Frainovrulln-r -''. I'V: to April 15, I*e/l;I :.1111.11N11....11.1111111.111.111111.1.11.111111111 'f .:
tourists he accordingly returned to to supply the street. The latest I M

G i Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils. : town and gave out the informationandjinshoit purchaser of property on Palmetto t :
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I i..0 order Mr. Gray Mr. Johnsonand avenue is A. J. Costa, of Hiukley. After ADltlliI'rre l HOIFL: I.Kni' ..VALiKKVv I INNN .: ;i ..

i +..HO.o...N......H a..00 ....0..! others including a number of hotel I III., who bought lot 9, block 17, belong "ll orO\I'. :NrW Jerst'y.Morgan. LING l WAH J

guests, had started on the hunt. It took ing to IX D. Rogers. Mr. Costa expects N

some little time to locate his alligator- to build next fall. E. Weldon sold the R i

I ship, and when found he was in the strip property. The' I

999O99t9999999999909999999999990999999999999999999999Day of woods just north of Major Russell's.He E. Weldon is circulating a petition toe CHINESE LAUNDRY f i1 I I

was surrounded and headed from thriver open grade and shell Hollywood l :
EARNER: p.\I. ITT: () .\NI' 214 North Beach Street, DAYTONA.: FLORIDA. It :
When an attempt was made to
I avenue.
Electric CurrentThis I l lasso him he put up a good fight; but DAYTONA BEACH, March 17-The \Ol.fsIA AVKXt'KS: : .. .. : Stiff bosom shirt, open front........12 ,j Xi M Shirts..... .............................10 :

1 was! finally secured and taken in a wagonto concert to be given at the home of Mr. f White shirts........... ........................10 [ Woolen Shirts............ ..................-10

town when he is now on exhibition and Mrs G. H. Willson for the !benefitof DAYTONA. *'LA.H. Check shirts ......... .. .... 8 I Undershirts.................. ..... .- S ji i.

SCAKKCEZE: March 17.-Mr. and the music fund Monday evening : New shirts..:..=.::.........:..::::::.......:..13 I Drawers ...... .... : ....:::. .::::: 8 2

I will give the citizens of Daytona i Mrs. (;e'o.11'. Mating. of Muncie, Ind., was postponed on account of the M. MANWILLER PROPRIETORLOW Shirts collar attached............ .......13 Socks, per pair................._..... 3 :

came over from the interior and spent a i inclement weather.W. I. Collars each............. ....................2 J Handkerch efs....._._____. .. 3 ': ;

few days in town at the Glenwood.Mr. II. Rich and wife Jamestown N. I Cuffs, per pair........... ...................:. .5 Silk Ibndk rchit r .........._....:.__ 4 l l
( Seabreeze and Daytona Beach an opportunity and Mrs. Itiher'Ian Mrs. t {lM i
and Allen Y ; MI'!' J. W. Frjsniger, Miss Frys- TIDES the BEACH i
I on : Also Indies Clothes at corresponding) prices} +
tourist sojourners, returned yesterday niger. Rockford. 111., are recent arrivals s :
I afternoon from extended j i :.. 1NN................ +G.... ... e..e.Ot.......N. t
to operate an trip down at the White House Day oFER.I I MAR. I APR. I c :
blonlh ZI
I the East Coast and an excursion to At a regular council meeting held al

Cuba. March 1, the council instructed the .l..10:30.. 9:7.../...10:45... ; I t
I Mr. Freshwater, who flopped here '. Mayor to three ... 2... ...11 :U... ...1O7... ...11 :30... FLORIDA EAST i .
appoint extra
Electric deputies I
Fans Flat Irons, Machines\\ i ... 3... ...12:27.......11 :IS. ...12.09... COAST RAILWAY I
weeks J. B.
I some two ago at Abercrom-1 to arrest parties exceeding the automobile .., -I... ...1:.!:30.1.I ..I:?: :0:1.: .. ...12:45...
Lie's en route from a hunting trip to j I speed limit, for running without ... 5... ... 1:12.......12:10... 1:18.. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 77. Effective .f ..
Cuba left yesterday on his return to I lights at night and for not blowing their .. 6.. ... l.i:? .. ...]i.47... ... 1.11... January 5. 1909Ho. .-
and< motors of various kinds.r1'he operating Ohio. horn when ... .... ... !: ::!1... ... :311........ 2:20... 89 I >o. 33 { >o. 33 No.9 : So. 75 1 >'a 74 No. 36DAILY No. 86DAILY .
Mrs Isaac Lincoln approaching corners. ... .... ... 3:0.t... 20.j... ... 2.1)2.. DAILY { DAILY j DAILY DAILY ) MAIN LINE I DAILY DAILY t
and daughter Miss At a special council meeting March ... 9....... 3:40... 2:31... ... 3:5.... v :SO pin j 13 2rn 10 00 am 7 do< am Lv .Jackou\ille..J n7 *' 7 4il 1 li>> 8
, of motors by electricity is clean I IAdat'd Mary Lincoln' of Muncie Ind., came 8th the clerk was instructed to acrid for ...1 U... ... 4:1t....... .3IU....... 407... 11 10 43 M: 1.10.pmi&SSpm j 60 |>m 11 07 10 am Sto am ''''Lv &.Au::" tI"r 610 1'10 Im G 30 pin pmi(ho 42 am pm 1 7 05 30 am am .
over from DcLand yesterday and will ... :41.... ... ... ... 4:3.5.' .. ........._I U am125pm II 4li am'hr YJL-I: Talaka LJj' ; I'm I 5 4<> JIm j. 9 47 am 6 11 am
a certified list of registration tote used ..11.. : 3:4// : .'.......... ....... LT llutet Ormothl L\L. .... I 401pm ...... ...I I' ..,..... :
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pond several days at the Glenwood before at the coming election March 27. At .1:! ; pm pm Lv. Ormni -t L9\ !lot fm 3 M I.m 8-I.m; :14 82 am
economical. Ask about the cost. ... ... .. .. 1116.m 7 W) pm I.4i pm 11 4'Jara Lr..Da-.toi.a .
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...13... G-IL.: ;:15..1. 7:05. L\,3lpm ( 41 pm,1821 am 4 19 am
continuing their journey home. this meeting 11. F. Thompson ass appointed ...14... ... .:4.J..... (;: ... .. S:19... S 220am It am''.74ipm 8 35 3 2 20 22: pm 11: 7\ pin Lv.\eemyma. J..\I _' 47 pm ;: 3 17 pra I 18 00 am 345am i
< Judge! Stewart of DeLand was a and .. .. .. ... ... .pm... .......pm... 1 SO\ pin Lv .Tlto TUle I \ 1 :*> pm 2 20pm| 6 56 am I t 28 am
approved as deputy .. !
ii registration ...I'J.. S32. :I... 9: 8. 2 11 pm I.e..C.woa .. ..1.\ 1C 47 ......_. ... ..
J ; ;;; guest at the Princess Isscna yesterday. officer. .. .. .. 'J:47. ...,....10:32... 3 63 ..10.I\ il pm 3 57 pm605pm 2 15 pm Lv..Rockle.lir_...LI I:M< 146 -
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2001'10,1.1' .Fun t.altie. 10'' ....
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Sclianlz F. J. Harpstfr has made many i im- The town council met in regular session ...17... .10:11. .. 9:33.: .11:2' 3 oo pm LT.. Melbourne. U ........... =
Electric Lilt Plant pro\"fiuents on his Palmetto ...11?. ...11 l :a'........U:33...1...I 15" I... 6 03 am 11 30 pm SOOpmj: jLv ..FL l'ieree ..LT :o 10 am .U 40 am { 4 20 an |ll 15
on
property :March pm
Monday 16 A 7
night 50
1 08 7 55
number I ..W... ...1:0: : I 1... ...11 :27..1..12:43... 80.m'am '......am.... pm810pm 7 lo pra Ar.W.Palm!!-ieji.I.7 M sm p n an ? 2O am 9 00 pm /
avenue this season. The cottage! has of bills were allowed. C. G. Smith .. .. .. 72rmAI'.r.lml IK-ch.. h',7, 5)sm 930am \l....... 'I 8 40
i i iE. I ...:!II... .1:53.: ...11:4.1. 1:12. 10 60 am i 3 20 am 1023 pm.10 li pm'Ar', ...... Miami.. ..1.4. pm
been porch was granted permission to lay water : .21... 1:15..12:37..1. 2:00. Lv. 1I.mr..o.\ ........'........,.,Ill
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I 1:30..1. K pro l. I ........' _..Home-toa J... /
L. GUNX, General Manager. I added.by grading Me! ha and al>o setting improvedhisgrounds to shade: and south pipe on from Palmetto Seabreeze avenue one bKxk i I ::::23.22.:::.::: i::.13.:::.: ; :::c 3t: J 3 31 2111.m.I'm16'l,} T no am ami I..................................lAr!.!jAr,Ar..Long KnlKht KPT.Krr< l.v Lv 1..4............... ...............I[I! 9001'10 147pmloopm 00 pm 0
under 8 80
avenue ...2L.. ... .1'7.! .. .. 3:117.: .. ... 4:2."... 81Apm., ..... .. Via F.&O.mC4.o.At.'AraWextT1.ct'te1'.AI1.s: ;', I .......pm. .. ;
fruit trees and ......... Co. Swam
11...Na( Oid9 ....MN""HMHK..HM"H gra's.Mr supervision of the ftrc t commit A 25. : .'. I .43opm'1taP.kO.F.g.Gt.iAr' 'lUvana_. ....L'4\fair., t1.5.'a.CatlOUtm .._..
. Lawson had the misfortune to remonstrance signed by D. D Roger: ..2ti. : :. :.. I I Dally except Snn which
f mi 1! no time Is nhnwn.
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lose few his days:fine $oO Black He Opington roostera was read against a wall being built cm ..2M...27 7:: ....... : ..... .. ? .. PVLATKA PRAXril

a ago. suddenly droppeddead one of the streets. Registration bonks m ...2'J... ... ...... .+.. 7:4S... ... 1):10... : I kITe STPALATKA- -
. O IDC CmQ while eating. will be open today, in \'if'of the municipal ...30....... ...... .... .. S'.'):.... ...10:01.: .. I Eanj'- P.\L.UKA I Arrive hI"'H I'\I.ATK.\- EAST ArrlnE..t.
A. D. rtcBRIDE J. R. COM! AD Mix Li*tie, of FrNI"rie-k.burg, Y a., election which takes plate on .31..i.. ...1... 9:33.: ... ........ ': ----ralatlia-- n 1'.latka- r.11.trnA 1'.I.lta

1 President VicePro.MERCHANTS. FN.C9ISRAD Cashier JU Mrs. 1 left's aunt, is enjoying her visit the 27th of March. = i 112 620.m<1'10 .-..__.No.o.481'.I1 48 P.117.. ....._.._.._. 6 4B.m 5 Il;:; .m ......_-:s0..7- BIIty- -! ...._. //I 05.m .
I ) rOf.ooon and afternoon titles eaproximately B- ..._ 610.10 6W.m ...._..\n. j'J 1.,1!,......_. 710 tin
hl're"pry much indeed. This is her first I 840.m .Ira IiO flaIl1...,._.. 9 OO.n- .._._.. ..
91-i.m
Mr. and Mrs. Nash are spending the at the same hour. Automobiles II \.10 __.Nab2 _. :t. U Irtfy; ...._.. "M.m
11&111.
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1015 ...
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in Florida. tin 1130.m .:\0.6.1 11& __.
season "
BANK I week at Bulow. can Ix1 tlrivrn on the peach two I 1700rm _.No. 61 1..11'..,... J2Z> nt 300I.m ..__.:No. n5 I) ly ...... II c.o.m
Mr and Mrs. George; W Gardiner, of hours nfttr high tide and within two i I 171 I'm _n._.No.. NS lIally. ..... 10 l.m 4 I.: I'ln ...._..Yo. 1 67 I'a.ly.lly...._.. 601 1:10pm
(IRAMII Or VOI.I-SIA (\ '' I August Schmidtt Evansville: Ind.; A. : 61\01.m .w.Nn: S8 1I.lIy._..4 mm 11\)1111 .......So. ae ...... I'm
> STY HANK) ) St Paul. Minn., armed Sunday. Mr. S. Webb hours of high tide. | 11MI'm .No. 60 Dally......_ .m 120: .... ...... So.: tit I"lIy Ilftll' ....'.12.0.m U4'l'm'
Capital Stock.t } .. ................................... f fiO.OCO( I and Mrs. Gardiner were winter residents Groton; J. N. }'o-tt'r.If'ri: i
m I den, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Packard, Detroit SAN fATED kASC.1I !
(fll Surplusand: Profits ........ .......... ............... 55,10.1 of Swibree/e several years and still own Mich. Leave !I EAST PALATKA l
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9 l fine are recent arrivals at the i Ea.'i' TO A rrh e {| S an .\S-3Ii: i(}
the TO EAST
| property on river front north ArrHeEasI
Four cent interest paid.) Surf Crest j 1 SAX: MATFO t'a'1'II.o&\'e|| ...,
per on Savings accounts and Time Certificates ;| of Glenview Itoulciard.jj Mission h Dining : IMLITKA Pal.tl .
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,. (( ) of Deposit Xo notice for Mr. J. W. Wolford and little 7 ,L.._..... ---- I --
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required withdrawals ) | J B i: Hickctts! of St. Paul Minn., daughter I .m I. >- 49 nal!,.J' II 05 am it 1;j am ._:N.,. fo Daily _.__.. '.
of Mid ,. 3 a JIm r.\Q. M Uafi J.-.. 3 43 'm 3 io ......... ,.. 1m .
Safe 0/,/ president of the Northwest Land Companies Landing, and friend Mr. I I pm > &| 118ily ......... 4 10 1011I
Deposit Boxes For Rent. -, ar i\ed yesterday, and is Wm, Cottrell of Mt. Ckfm.us.lirh.: So.s: '
II n guest! I So. 21 I :Na 19 lNe.vn.1
i X" 18 : :S... 311 ;0.22
at The Princess iMnn.xI are in town for several days guests at Pu.only : Su. only Batty .. II..J.! \YPORT BRANCH
.o a"" @.m OO Wu ( ) O(( m .. I Mr. and Mrs C B. hadt"cided the Daytona Beach Hotel Mr. and I Room Suite i iI -2-o. pm 10 10 am 600.n'n.. I !| I fatly !IOu.. only, Ball,
Fogg ,
Mrs Wolford have :2 40 pin 10 50 am 6 40 pm 8 40 ain'Lv.' .... 1-al.I Ik'arh... .M 730'1'i 0 i.ini I .Ao i.io
to have a summer home on their beachprojxrty. spent a number of 24/1/ 1'10 11'56.10 6 Ili>i pm 8 W am 1.1'_....Atl.niic I-,.b ...... .1.Ii 1.Ii'.VI an. I I. |I pm. 419.! pm
3no I a- i! 1 u :D I 4 ||
winters the -m1110tm.70pm 9f" .. | pen
) L. /. Burdiik has been on peninsula. am Ar M yt..rt ...... l.\ g'O; ."'IJj.-.MytJjJ''j: J m, N.

:I awarded the contract for building Mr. and Mrs. Harris and daughter, 9. 1 MSt, !t.. & D.II, O"'t Cit r arf acl, :Sf 1I : .. f D.n t--( ;
ri !
I IN OUR WINDOW I Slflad 3nntS l.ur
1' 1"f ."1'1"1, "" '1" ,,1'1 rrl r I Work will: begin right | Mrs. Cunningham and friend! Mr. and I a$ pm I 8 00 am t.. *.. ..",... .&':? pp' -
1"1' and n B
[ 1"1"1' '" 'f'1I away according 4 10 pm [1000 am L.._l.". ...._t..' ? 6l.jm 6 308m ::1.ThTlt'HiH". "'>
to contract will be turned o'ertn Mrs. Kiggs. who occupied the Hibbard 4 :2r IJ pm llojiJam L.. .tn.e1.(:It'.h.lU- Orl 1f1'1rl) ad 4 :00 ..D..31'..amr.. ._ nf..1 .+(
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4 ?'i pm Itll! n.m tr 0r.en I'm ..... .. .. ,
apartment hou left chr I.L'11 00 a" 4 :o..m :: : ::i
I the owners as completed by May 1st *e yesterday for : :
[ San Mateo 1 The lot is home town, Franklin ]rid.j. '' Con ecno.a nud. a' Miami, whimrS O. s. s. Co. ,- --, : !
Cigars \ situate southeast of the Miller ]Is a Bargain. ...,.tloi. -.. .t Knight I.:1 a. Key r
I' proM-rty| on Grand\iew a\enue.! lf"n... with r. & O. 5. CO. for Key tt'ealar.w.. C..*... it .
I < TTMC TABLES hew .rt'.1
the
i! The basement for Mr. Smith's residence i-ii I'I rvrral hoN inelf uabn.I ,_. bat..,1.their to..rrhr.,...lo..I.F depamre or time f.!}.t no.which.!rR the...info ann_. .riD..a"Mated.F .he..(...'.not,rom.prt.....l..K.>..irrtre.... mat sad 4on de9xnroes Ike Mnffmj vhf .i

Have Made i iA on Pinewood avenue is nearly] New York Markets. I FOR COry OF THE LOCAL TIME CARD IIr
OR
i coinplcti d. Geurjje Vandevorde of J. D. RAHNER. Ait.iual Gcacril r OTHER INrOHM\TK>N -SFETI11 1:i kET AOt.NT" .1 i..
i' uencr Arat \
Da jtona, is doing the work. I). F. Since the last report the orange mar. ST. AfGL'STI.NK FLORIDA i
1 ket has strengthened on choice truit ,, I
FWIUI\Y| has: contract for building.
Reputation of i (I while a rush of common stock has hurt ': inghmn&MaleyCo.I ;

1 the trade for this grade of fruit. Fanr\\' '!,

oranges are quoted at S300 to $.{ 50(), I
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Their Own. Celery Brings Good Prices i
good brights and russets 2-.2Z: to $.! 7". i FULL
11 I \\' 1" Uolme, manager of the Daytona ] fancy 126s $4 00 to $"25. I Irn

i f T ho success: of the San Mateo Cigar is one of i Truck and Fruit Growers ASIOdation. ,, Grapefruit-good stock is in letter i ii The Furniture

iI msde :a I business trip to Jsck on- demand fetching $5.00 for the best; EXPRESS
I the
irieatest industrial triumphs of the }East Coast \ilk Jl."nday, expecting to return Wedne I- fancy' 14.00 to $4.50 Ru-srts are i in 1. PREPAID r. PII
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M'icp the freexe. .dav Mr Holme had just closed aI I better demand than brights and in titper e Emporium. : ,

1 deal for H raiload of celery at $1.60 main both kinds sell at from [$-'.j0 I toI b.A'w s4a.

Made! ) from the choi"tt growth 1 of tobacco that the jH-nin- j crate, fob I>.ivtona, to go out Wed- '! $3; 50. --- --- -- --- I r ,qtr,

ala of Florida and the Inland! of Cuba ran produce, and v rapped nodav anti i> planning to start another | Tangl'linl's-thp. market jumped this I Roses and Ornamen- I IYI

) with til" rich silky leaf grown. un Past: Coast t ilanati: ,i.f, car from Ills plate the latter part week and fancy are bringing 51000 ;jar I ta, }
the Sof tin uifk. Three cars are to be strap; poor and ordinary stock is tit llin:
cigar industry of the world has never prod)need Utter :' ; J
Is. ,
gix j made up'Y members of the associationThe much lowtr. TUB 1 i 1 1Wn1s1
For sale hy all the leading hotels and t-liilis and L,' the Vuiin 1 warm weather of la..t week was: Fancy Kings are st.Ming at $100 to sal Shrubbery. I < r i I II

w News Company every train entering Florida 1 bi-gmnirK to affect the celery detrimen- $4.50; russets at $3.50 downward. / l '
All toe best! \.irw: tics .f ( DWVERED
< winter blooming 1OZt
Twenty sizes styles and 3 tally, but the splendid rain ofIonday.: Vegetables hate declined owing t.
;, grades tu select] from. > j I grafted Roses: adapted to Honda,
coupled with the lower temperature pre- large arrivals from Cuba. Cabbage i C ,
f aKo oth
I TOR SALE BY ALL DEALEKS.Mnnufiicturetl railing, will have most beneficial effecton quoted" at $.' 00 to $:.50( ; egg. .plant s-hrublicry' r ornamental All plants trees and

celery and all other vegetables and $2.00 to $300; okra $150 to $'' 30rs. : p'ants guarantee I I
rounds:
lljrS. prepared and plants cared for. ,:
was of inestimable
benefit to trucks $1.25 I
peppers to $2.00; string beans: |

.- W. ROWLEY SAN MATEO I $2.00 to $4 50. J. B. HINSKY i CHAS. BLUiVi & COMPANYAGENCY (t

FLORIDA i' For sale or rent, unlurnishedI 1'AH.VT HIU\\ IM; (O -


/I ..luL.IL..luluL..luL..ILllu uluL..Ilull ll rii1111L. ..L..Il..a. 11 3'rottage I!I terms tf on Conrad Ivy lane Real, Estate new. Co.Easy South Dr.Bridge.Ilonghton Peck, dentist block,, west phone end HL. South Ridgewood uTilE PINES are, ," Daytona. Blue Send for Ribbon Price IJat. Beer and Lewis 66 Whiskey'

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