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Creation Date: March 27, 1909
Publication Date: 1901-
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Vol. 20K- o. 44 does Everrwbert. Re aches All Clutet. Daytona, Florida, March 27, 19O" ..< Vicinity Price 5 Cents


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11 | TOURISTS: ATTENTION NEW WORLD'S RECORDS :I, i f CITY HOTEL Open all thej J


Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases, etc. year. '

I I i|I IN ADDITION LINK TO 1110'I OtTR FUM. I. MADE ON DAYTONA BEACH I I Ii i Orange Avenue, Daytona, Fla. :: -


Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases TeW-oprs 'Tonrist Trunk i ELECTRIC LIGHTS ELECTRIC
( j <<: Straps, Straps, iI i BELLS

1 I i Shawl Straps, Name'Tags, ::tc., just received, we have a complete I I HOT AND COLD BATHS.

y assortment of Mattipg'co\vral Suit Cases and Telescopes. Also a Seventh Annual Tournament Closed i

5 I novelty in a Matting'covered 1 Hand Bag 0l'R t'M.AL\ JpJtr ?!/* ('" I After I : mil fiRST.CLASS. ROOM FOR A FEUf TABLE BOARKRS. r L


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IIY AUX HrlIU.HM'11. and for five hours, from 1 to 6 o'clock, made in the same car of 103 minutes i
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Like all previous Florida beach automobile i i the speed merchants of all kinds on bi- 11 seconds. : -...***x******************."*'1t**" *4....*

this week to bea ': c des,motorcycles and automobile had 'I The day's summaries follow: Half.!

: : FINE GOLDEN[ RIOt :' record' meets breaker also, and proved Tuesdaythe their innings, but the most; recent devel:!: Mile Professional Bicycle Event, rolling : THE MAGNOLIA i F rt

i ; mile amateur record went by thf'1 opment of a power vehicle-the aero: ;I start: FU' t. Joseph A. Fogler. Brook RIOCEWOOD: AV NUL ;

300'Ibs i boards twice, when young David <"t"I I I plane-was unable to fly owing to the I lyn, N. Y.; time. 47 1-5 seconds. Second : Large Rooms. Furnace Jleat Electric Lights.;;

Coffee I Brown, driving the 120 horsepower strong, 30 mile south wind which blt'wI W. L. Mitten, Davenport la; aa
:f I Rates $2.oo Per Day.
: : I Bens in the time trials, for the permanent down the course but which materiallyaidd Third, E. F. Root Boston; Fourth, I k ..

i I retention of the $2,000 Sir Thomas the record chasers on their!! Saxon Williams. ; MRS. CELESTE MINKS, Propritress. : .
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1 .: : Dewar Trophy first covered a mile in straightaway trial I I One-Mile Motorcycle TIT Trials) : Oscar .," ... .....,......," " ,.
i. 1 4'OR.1" AT COST.THIS 33 1-5 seconds, and then repeated in A great second-day audience was in attendance Hedstrom Springfield! Mass.; 10-

.. .. 33 2-5 seconds and on his third and last and the faint-hearted dealers h 2-cylinder Indian 44 .1 5 seconds :
;. and makers who did not enter their cars Five-Mile Motorcycle Tine Trials: j .rt*************************.*"*R*AAAAAAAA"**********
: Coffee was shipped through mistake and the company re- I trial, he hurtled the ponderous grey I I : c n
in the various of this week, Walter Gu-rke Brooklyn, N. Y. first e
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Benz the electric timing programs ; I MYRTLE AVENUE
over tape
: racer
;; : me to sell at cost. If put in cans it would cost 20 cent a-
in 33 seconds, beating his own previousworld's will have cause to regrtt the wonderful : time, 3:301.5.: Second, Robert : ntrany Located. *
: at wholesale, and retail at 23 cents. Sold iii any quantity.I records made here.Daytona I I I Birmingham, Ala. time, 333.: :
: I amateur record of a year ago ; Stub'I A Homelike Boarding House with all modern conreniencea. t
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; also have Coffees for 20 23; 35 and i I IA. ,, \
40 cents lb. They G.
: ?. per are I made at this place of 35 3-5 seconds. itself is now world-famous Chappel 1 New York; c Can accomodate table boarders. <<

j :: Mocha and Java, iltti ota and! Santos, Mararaibo I and Guatemala; : i His only competitor, Ralph De Palma, through the amount of publicity the!! Fourth.Eugene Gxftle; time, : : more *

Irt 1 : also Mexican Cordova. Mild and Iri ,h grade Rio. Must be sold : drove three great trials, one in 3t> seconds meet has attracted owing to the record :: 1-1 i\e-Mie! Invitation Automobile Race: I. : PRICES REASONABLE. *

at once. I and two in 3fi 1-5 seconds in the breaking going on this week, and the First, George Robertson, Benz; time, : MRS. C. KOST, Proprietress. *

: : little low-lying: 60 horsepower Fiat Cyclone I I public-spirited citizens of the town may :: 2.45 15. Second Ralph De Palma 4wY.wiur..,.a'ttatpHttat i iAn .wrwx. *************************** o

: I which he drove fur the first time well congratulate themselves for whit Fiat Cyclone.
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j i: they have done in calling the attentionof I Five Mile, Southern Championship: .
S. W. GAimOLL, speed on this course.famous wale-washed natural the world to "Delightful l>a.to03" :, First Pope-HartfordCusGrosjean; 1If't-1 P ...........I..leo..ca....................... _

'4 In the 100-mile stock car race, a new and its wonderful beach. I I I ond, Cleveland, James Laughlm 3rd; I Elegantly Appointed Small Hotel Two Blocks from,Depot.

The record breaking started with the 1 i third I.ocomobile, Gesrge Robertson; STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHTS, LARGE VERANDAS, LAWN
record also made for stock
The North Beach Street Grocer. THOSE 19 i was cars, I AND SHADE
TREES.
A madea : fourth Cadillac Herbert fifth
when Strang, leading all the way except ', first event when Joseph Fogler I I Lytle; ,
of coveted the 100 new world's record in a half mile professional ; BUick. F. B. Mjers. No time taken. I I THE ISLINGTON
the first lap 20 miles
i Ss11111111.1.111... ..... SG10tI05aisiS151515ISII1. miles in a 30-h. p. Buick in I hour 34 :' bicycle rare when he lightly t I Ten Mile Amateur Motorcycle Record I (r

minutes 1 4-5 seconds I skinned over the light beach in 47 1.5 Trials 61 Cu. In Piston Displacement: I Mia. J. B. PARKINSON I-ROPHIETOR.
...*.... 1.................................... ;..... away course, of ten miles over and a straight return, seconds. Oscar Heditroin next hurtled first, A. Chappie, time 8:57: ; second, : I 18 South Ridgewood Ave., Daytona, Florida.

: J. u. GARRISON : his new Indian a 2-cylinder, 10- ; Walter Georke, 10:12: 4.5; third, Wm.
,. making each lap 20 miles. George De-! h. production racer which he called "Hot!I' \\'ray, Jr.. 13.03-.5. .........G............... .......................I
j A 1'isc examination of electrical Witt, driving a IS-b. p. Buick was second p. I
: the measured mile in 44 3.5' Ten Mile Invitation Race First Bens
t shot, over : ,
s in I hour 44 minutes, 24 seconds.
at work finished and charged for j
2 from this shop shows how squarely : I The 1-mile motorcycle straightaway i I S'conds-another world record. The I David Bruce Brown, time 5:14: 2-5; second i 1 ..............................M....................
15 I mile motorcycle cars also produced anew *; Fiat Cyclone. Ralph De Palma, '
Walter
record was also broken by Z
and honorably we transact our i Accomodates: Fifty. i.
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p business. Electrical repairs res Su-rke; Brooklyn N. Y., on a 7h. p.1''I world's record when Walter Goerko time, 5.29 45. : "THE PINES NEW NOU SE.
drove his 7 h. p. Indian motorcycle over I| Two Mile bicycle Race: First, Jos. A. i AII.CoavealelKc'. i
: reive special attention. Those : Indian motorcycle, time 45 1-5 seconds +I I
r the course in 3 minutes! 30 1.5 second ;i Fogler time, 3:45: 1-5; second E. I
: who employ us never worry about tour The best previous record was that of ; I i Root Third W. L. Mitten. F'I i Rates: $2.50 Per Day and Up. Special by the Month.An .
charges and they know before Glenn II. Curtis, now of aeroplane fume, I j i The racing cars next bad their innings ; i
workmanship who did a mile on this course on his and in the 5 mile invitation race George 100 Mile Piston Displacement Class i attractive house with large; and airy room, hot and cold water through the
that
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engaging us our r
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I house,sulphur or salt water baths electric lights, (urnac* brat and
will be the best. Curtis motorcycle in 40 :-5 seconds a :! Robertson fairly Hung the big 120 it. p. Race, First lap, 20 miles:Fiat Cyclone, I Hume of the pleasant feature of The Plne. are IU wide verandas s

i i year ago. The bicycle men had their I Benz over the electric timing tape in Balph De Palma, 17-25.! Buick, Bur- iarden, affording a line view of the country,riser and '&

innings in a quarter of a mile dush,i I 2 minutes 45 1-5 second Ralph De maim, 2110; ; Buick, Strang, 21:2"!; I The PIne "Is situated: o* South" Klditewood, the highest avenue telePbooe'l

i a- ; Daytona Electric Co. : which was won by Joseph A Fogler, of ,I Palma in the Fiat Cyclone A as second. : Cleveland Laughlin 3rd, 21:27; Cadillac Rooms single oren suite, 'IIIlth or without private bath.

: Brooklyn N. Y., in 30 1.5 seconds anew The beat previous! record for 5 miles Lytle, lime, 2229: ; Buick Des OPEN FROM NOVEMBER 15 TO l\'A
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: ..--c: _._ 232 South Beach Street. i world' record not only on account I was Marriott of 2:47 1.5 in 30 h. p. Witt, 30:11.:

N........0............. ............................. of the time but because no straightaway !i Stanley steamer and Lands in 110 Fiat Second lap. 40 miles. Hat, time, MRS. J. B. HINSKY," Proprietress.
I of 2:513secondi on Jan. 24th, 190;. :32:56; Buick Burman 38; Buick,
records for this distance have ever I j > 338 South Rldgewood Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA. I
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The speed of this race was marvelous Strang, 39.0.3: : ; Buick, DeWitt.10:09: ;
.*..** ********.**....*... ****************.*********t been attemptedThe opening day of this year's meet considering the car was covering ten ':. Buick, Myers, 52:12: ; Cadillac 53:0-11-5: ; I i, .....................N...N..1.....................

N. ERICKSON was also noteworthy because it attracted I yards every 1-5 second. Cleveland 6353.: Third lap. 60 miles I I --- -
i ilt Hat, time 4S.O25 Buick
a larger and more brilliant gal There wa breathing spell to the his; : ; Strang. -. .. ... ......
1 II : 55.54 3-5 Buick DeWitt 55:59 1-5
Cabinet MaKer. Wood WorKer. : lery of spectators than did any of the fellows between their trial; a record ; : ;
Buick, Mjew 86.10 2-5 Cleveland !
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firet of the meets. The for the milo ;
days previous race motorcycles over ten THE PROSPECT -
Picture Frames, Door, and Window Screens made to order. : weather Tuesday was clear and warm, ;I course came next. .\, G. Chappie wa Vx-30 1-5; Cadillac, 9207.: Fourth lap,
SO miles. FUt 62:3(; 1-5 Buick Straup.7.UI5 .
it : the temperature being 76 in the shade, ; first on his Indian Motorcycle and he ;
Cottage Avenue DAYTONA, FLA. : ; 45; Buick DeWitt. 79'31: 2-5
It but a strong cool wind blowing north made a new world's record for motorcycles : South Ridgewood Avenue

*.**.*.....***..*****.*r.*( **************.*****.******.* by east directly off the oct'an. tempered for ten miles! in 8 min. ;57 seconds. 'i Fifth lap, 100 miles. FUt, 76.55' ; Buick,
the sun's but it also unfortunately Walter Georke second in 1 10-12 4-5 Strati?. 0:24: ; Buick DeWitt,99.27 4-;). !
Bays, I was ; i Steam Heat Electric Lights two blocks from
Sixth lap 120 miles. Ralph De Palma i ,
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shortened the day's \\ \\ Jr. third in UOO 3-5.
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...i......i..i.i....i...............................: program i m. ray was 'driving the Hut Cyclone, kept on and and
the first of the four events being startedat I It was in this race that the first accident depot postof nGarage on premise
covered the 120 miles in 93 minutes
T R. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor $ 2 15, and the races declared off for I of the day occurred. Hobt Stubbs. -

the dav lot 5 o'clock owing to the high of Birmingham; Ala, while pacing another 4 134 seconds.. ::1 ROOMS ONLY. .
[House Wiring Specialty. 14 ..11 till\I'''' .n wrv.n.t PagerKKK 1
i x a : tide. The cross wind greatly retardedTuesday's I driver, turned out in the soft sand I

summaries follow: 1 and his front wheel buckled, a tire came
Dealer in Electrical of All KilHlFixturf's, Shades, : P. J. DOYLE Proprietor.
: Supplies 1 : One-mile, best two in three heats, for i off and both he and the machine turneda ii ,

: Lamps No. 8 Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. i the Sir Thomas De-war Trophy: dozen somersaults in the air before 1 CHICKENS &MUST BE COOPED UP. ...* v......++......+...+.HNN....N.............. 4

..................................................... David Bruce Brown, in Hugh cln.tosh's I they l landed. The machine:! \Ht'ckt'dj

Benz three trials, time, 33,3. 1-5 j and Stubbs after receiving some attention i .
and 33 2-5 seconds, first. from the surgeons was able to walkto .....................................................
....N..N.NN........... .......................... I the dub house 'RetiringCouncil's Pet Street
Ralph De Palma in Fiat Automobile
THE CLEVELANDMagnolia
Go's. fi0-h. p. Fiat Cyclone, three trials, I Tin 10-mile invitation race between Names Don't (lo With Pres-

| Bond Lumber Company, 36, 3615 and 36 I.; seconds, kccond. i| the big I 1-0 h. p. l'nzlId the IVO-h, p Avenue opposite I'o' toffice

Best previous mile amateur record, I Fiat WAS next pulled oil. David: Bruce ent Council.
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Brown, the joung amateur driver was 1 Council Rooms Only.. Steam Heat. Sanitary Plumbing. Oas
35 3-5 seconds, David Bruce Brown. met in regular session Mon
; ROUGH AND DRESSED IITA/IRC7D/ ... first in 5 minutes 14 2-5 secondRalph Lighted Everything to date.
... 100-Mile Race for Stock Cars: First I day evening President Cove in the up
PINE AND CYPRESS LwLJlTl DdV V V lap 20 miles 30 h. p. Buick Burman De Palma. on the Fiat Cyclone, way <(< h.tir. Present: Aldermen CNborne, S. B. GREEN Proprietor.

driving, in IS min., 17 seconds; 30 h. p. j second in 5 minutes 2i\ 4-5 seconds. i De Conrad, Schmidt and Klock. ; i

Lath, Shingles. Flooring, (.Viling, Brick, Lime Buick, Strang driving, in IS min., 19 Palma's last mile just before he crossed Hill to the amount of $IM,75 pre- ..:=....4I .....................................

(ij. k OITIre ni'd lards: f.,.! Cc as seconds; 30 h. p Cadillac, Lytle driving, j the tape was a furious one, and he was M-nted and ordered paid. I
Cement .
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and in oc aDd ( A* nu
t It.IIwrJ range timed the I last mile althoughnot t
18 h. Buick DeWitt driving in :Jo separately The report of the city physician
p. pre- ****.***.*...*.......***.. .**.**.******************* ,
Mjt-Uond Mill,Atlantic(104d Line Hy., IIMI mll...oulh of Jacksonville. minutes. officially, in 20 seconds. Both of vented and accepted.A .

Kslamasooon l Hanford llrnnch ft tbA K K.C': Ky. Second lap 40 miles: 30 h. p.Buick, i I the great drivers broke Arthur C Me- communication from the City rR THE HOWARD -J

S'rang, 36 min., 56 4-5 second; IS h. p. I i Donald's previous retold made January Treasurer demanding the auditing of( his tI .

Phone 83 R. J. M.U.BY, Manager. Buick DeWitt 44 min, 41 seconds; 30 I 121,1905, of 6 minutes 15conds made hooks, etc. was read. It was accordingly t'k' Centrally located on Volusia Avenue, the main avenue from the depot to :

.. .*..*++.tr h. Cadillac Herbert L te! 1 br.I in a 90 h. I p. Napier. moved and carried <4liat the Finance the water front the Halifax River. Three minutes walk to
.....+.........+.+...+ .t. ** *++++*++ p. > on stores post-
min., 44 4.5 seconds. i Joe. Fogler, the bicycle champion bv Committee either audit School : office, churches, etc. The Howard is strictly a first.class house in every. ;
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------------- ---- Third l Up 60 miles 30 h. p. Buick I I one and a half lengths, won the :2 mile i i Trustees, City Treasurer's and other : respect at moderate prices. THE TABLE A SPECIALTY. Northern

......1............ Strang, 52 min., 2 seconds; IS h. p. [ bicycle race in 3 minutes 45 1-5 second !J I city official hooks or hire an auditor : << cooking, the cuisine: exceptionally good, the best the market affords. Under

Buick, DeWitt, to min., 35 seconds; ', which was also incidentally a new record to do so. i : the direct superv'ison of the proprietor The house has every modern con ;

'j WHEN YOU l :HO h. p Cadillac, Lytle, 1 hr., 27 min, to the tpeedy Hrookhnite. | An ordinance to grant to the East:: : venience and improvement. Has large veranda and pagoda and is surrounded

Iron '.ea..c.O..1 35 seconds. I'nfortunately the :!-m lt.a.rniJluetrial. Florida Telephone Company a franchiseto 1 a by l lawns and shade trees. Is dry and! well ventilated !
| a/Jalvanizecl ;
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I for Fourth lap 80 miles Buick 30: H. 1'., the electric timing apparatus failiilt I construct, operate and maintain telephone : For terms apply to the proprietor. .

any of the other metal 1 ",-' ; ) Strang, 75 minutes and 20 3-5 seconds! ; to work but from the way the big Benz system was! returned by Ordnance R :

f Buick IS H. I'., DC\\itt S5 minute t. rolled over the course, and the whirlmi; ; Committee. Moved by Alderman : JOHN C. HOWARD. :

I welling 1 remember that f and 1 and 1-5 seconds. trail of white sand that it Mt in its i iixhmidt seconded by Alderman Klock R y
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Fifth lap final 100 miles: ; Buick 30 wake, it must have beaten Mnrriott'sold to table same. Carried unanimously

: f C.NASHdSON II. P., Strang. U4 minutes, 14.5 seconds. ; record of :-s 1-5 seconds.In ::. i Ordinance committee presented an ordinanir -

i ii and Buick 18 II. P., Dettitt 101 mm the last vent of the day, the 100- entitled'! "An ordinance provide
DAYTONA. FUA. "ing for and (requiring bonds to be furnished
utes and 24 second mile piton displacement class rare, in
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by the numbers of the Board of Elegant f reach Style 'JPallcl G5 -
One mile motorcycle record trials: i which there were seven Matters, the
| | are best prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair; prices.lerier.il Public Works of the City of Davtona."
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l Walter Georke. 7 h p Indian, 45 1-5. 'I j Benz broke a pi-ton i n the first lip Back Ijiher'1J' -
I Carrud. Amount filled in at $10,000.
( repair shop' on Volusi.i. Avenue ned to the Armory. I'econd.17 4-5 seconds; Hubert Stubba, I,. after starting two minutes late for lick Ordinance committee pre| Birmingham, Ala 7 h. p. Indian, .ltt 2-,); of gasoline The Fiat Cyclone date Nebtyuariudo I : to ieaat..u: : .IO ., lae
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Out of work solicited. ordinance t'ntitl'du ordinance to repeal co'or.! Im'xm-iic: :" .1 t. I, .:11 uiet.i D." .:.ao.eacd + ,1
f I'ho-ie f 8. town i second .\. G. .happle, by Ralph DtTalmaof made the '
jt't'ond.IS 3-5 : i cour-e Ttrjr (t..t I t it I e *or s '( t w,
Ordinance entitled An (Ordinance ; L
.........o..Q.o..o..o.o. ................... Sew.ork,7 h. p. Indian, .' 0 seconds; lest time, covering the IOU miles in 7'; an to change the names! of certainMrci sell but: it on ti accoui f-.s'olf', our v i.n:, >ta.o..Etwbaty..nc..ate i cuni.: : ciuri j f : l(
1 Eugene GaestU', New fork 6 h. p. N,S. minutes and 5) m.oiidi, or at UKrutr tr tujr.n? direct .cn the factory l.: il caste. a.: ng L.a:
I :' 'ts and Avenues in the City of Day Ch->. 11'makeaat.Il Ui :r.r :Mbcreiitu :;
U seconds. of 78 mils hour. Lewis P Si rune, 'It lawnl hIh
56 3-5 "hole..le ;
:
per prk'eS I" r.n
tuna Parsed on first and second readings ... .sT.e'wml.toy'eu .. '
>ou >f kt le *!a li: rioocTcty- u >o I' .t
Quarter mile bicycle d ash:: : Joseph A. behind the whit-1 of a Buick, made the all voting uje" but Alderman Ov shat tlHcarao. ..,,:.toi.i fnrcishm- >oi.r I I., :' CaD yon
best time of 00 IlIiDUh2.J ifuid >oCIj- :: I fur our I.rei'luMrat: 1 ca' .:Cg1lll..1atod
second see
MOBETiW A (WKR i i OFA CENTURY Fogler, Brooklyn first, lime 30 1-5 seconds borne who voted "no" wishing streets l_:c ..itiaat..;;e of the bi.;.ailuirtr ,-> '
ond, and George HeWitt was thin! 0' .
P.OR 1 t ; second Worthington L. Mitten named as done by retiring council v* "VrBt k.n"U of chair foj r1 n !.sofas!
; roes.k ill lea nlii, ...i!. OJ1.. It',III! :."apr.tlotbep.e.tae.lowsathclar.
the time list ao! in a Bu., k in !.K) nun- .I> alms' : s a ( .
We' }Ka.ve been supplvmd I ; t cneeds Davenport la.; third E. F. Hoot. Boston An ordinance Has presented and passed : eiatratedealalopaadaptelalChr4tmaspriet l
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I' F. Gordon Walker Aiutra- uta'F.j::! 45econd', both the Buick- : -lial-FRE .terryc'a.r 65
fourth
; on tir"t reading: to prohibit the run euraatee.t exactly a* representor your muM"T3lf. ..ejr buk.ftatws .
Machinerytarrj uSeYs.iNe winning in their different classes! in record
'"" of lia. i & SctJIICu.ft.lI,ka 11.551 ad.*hip N
'-. rung ut large of thicken, turkeys, geese:: calla : Euui AM MOM
1 time. DePalma although he had
to. alarge stof-k1 OJ.P WEDNESDAY. and other domestic and domesticatedfiiwld
not beaten the 100 mile record of MaurIce -
t ) TABLE ".oSTA TlOHARy ENC.INEBS OIL- I in the City of DajtonaILL. .
The greatest day of record breaking Bernin'! in the Renault of lalear,
Stewart, M I)., was appointed
: ERs SCl"" h1IIs, allWoodWorkiw Ptall+i1e.rJ. \.- that the Florida Beach has ever known,. when he did 110* miles in 7-: minutes ;jli ***.*.....***.*.*.*..*.*.************0******t**A*****
.; f f ,Sows oof t all KrndSBeltiwg 'YR flits. and it has always been a world's record I I 1-5 second, kept on, and covered tit) phsician for enduing: Yt'ar. :

GVARANTEE m.k, >'aorECrwaTE A 1IUI.MaV holder, was the second day ol I, i one more lap or 1:JO miles in tI.e ---- : Promptly executed at

t i ByUC M NY the Daytona Tournament ol,, ;I new record time of 93; minutes!, 41 3-.1. :Collars 2 cents, all style of shirts : Fine I Job J b Printing P Gazette News Office.

1909. The beach was in perfect cuuditioo -. seconds, thus easily supplanting Ce- Iitc1> .nL 4. with work left and railed l i
y ICJ a.f'OR''VT" 51 ATLANTA 6 h. for at Ihi.vtoua Steam Lauudry. tf 1
and almost flavileta in ,, driuo's US: mile record of list sear,
( every way
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THE PUBLISHED DAYTONA EVERY GAZETTE-NEWS SATURDAY I Seabreeze and Daytona Beacfi I HOLDING VP P PTHE I ---.r.':.. '5.


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!: T. t:. 1 FITZGERALD, Editor 'Tr VnvS .
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THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY :- .- .- .. .. .- .. .- .. .- .- ...a....N........ .....................: .., shoe break ir jour feet?

s ( INCORPORATED ) I 1r. ,. x. Neither hogpen: .vth easy Whis
SEABREEZE, March 26.-Admiral DAYTONA BEACh March 2.*,.-Mr. I I!. Shoes.
"It costS nearly SJOO:
,I: ., ------- Brooks and his charming family, who and Mrs. W. L. Miller, after a plrl\l\lIt. to bring thethcnty They fit snugly on your feet thtf first day. They lay snug. >r.

., Entered( at the Pnstoffice at Pavtona Flonda as Sorond Class Matter. have spent the winter at Mills Russell's, stay of a month at the W. L. Wilcox'I New York weight/ and auto the to Florida} Daytona East Coast from Your feet wi3!! be graceful-dahty-attractive always:

leave today for St. Augustine en routeto home, on Seabreeze avenue, lef: last j
HOU5E SHOES.
i i Railway half of that said visitor WHITE
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4 RATES. their home at Erie, Pa They w ill be Saturday for Marietta, Ohio their home :
SUBSCRIPTION I missed by a large circle of friends. town. .i: yesterday. "It is: therefore all the For Men 53.50.4.00'5.GO"$100 For Women $15 M.OO-00

One copy>> one year....._.._.__.......................-..---.. .._ -SI.50 : Miss May Morrison came over from A pleasant party consisting of Mr. ando I more remarkable: to see so many autos
a I i One copy sit months.?... ......... .._....._......._.........__.__..._.._.._.._. .75 ; morning on a visit t Mrs. Sidney Hubbell. Miss ; hf'r... You can take an automobile to For Men $3.50 $4.00, $5.0: $6.00 For Women $3.50 $4.00, $5.0011
4 One copy three months. .__......-....--......-.......--- _...._ .40 I II Glencoe Monday Dorothy i j Europe; cheaper( than you can to HorI l
I Mrs Gilmore. on Atlantic avenue. MissIorrijn Hubbell, Mrs. Stanley Roberts and son. I
Ida--especially fi live the East
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has closed winter term as Del mar and Mrs J. L Wilcox enjoyed I you on 'It

.. SATURDAY "' \ARCl1l.7, 1909 I teacher of the public echool at Glencoe. Monday at New Smyrna. I' or West Coast." .':1goi'ta.-. : ; CLLCLd calss t-p litlljThat's -

-- Mrs O. F. Green and son.Allen Green, Mr. and )Ir.. Sidney HubDvll and. b.xiiJ- '"'

One mile invitation automobile race and sister, Mrs. II Green<< arrived from family, Silas Hubbell and Delmar Hub. I Improvements at Root Dry Dock. .. r -.

; NEW W RECORDS[ won by Ralph 1).. Palma, Fiat C>clone. the wuUi yesterday and are temporarily ball left yesterday for New York. They I. 1--. A. Hoot: has had both the "Kon] ild W J cli: :;tt! : -

t walk over, time 37 2-5. located at The Glenn wood. Allen Green will spend some time enroutc, making d)h" and C. T. Pcnt's dredge work ti...y Busier Clown SJVMJ "* .... tr.ii!' 1 1le stt

: HADE ON DAYTONA I BEACH.s ". Half-mile bicycleamateur won by i is a prominent writer of child stories, short visits various placed of interest. enlarging; and d -<<,('('ninK the channel. : i MJe with especially reinforced \ \"

Eugene Gaectel, time I :3:; trank A. having attained much success in this Mrs. Urias Hambrick, of Georgetown, Blear iiiliI.is docks. for the storage of sc.ts .and stout uppers. %-;1- y

1 KKK I Valiant second; Williamray, Jr. line for a young man. Ky., entertained a party of 1 Kentucky !I boat! for which purpose he will have I They'll stand the hardest usage

IIHintlnu from Flr. 1'1'1/1 third. Was there ever any staged play half sointt'resting friends Wednesday evening with a shell a cnti.hrablo extnit: shcdded. The your youngsters can put them to. "1
I as the unstaged play of a big luncheon, at her cottage avenue Eight ''CLcte 1 tlla M nv in the dry dock and : ...iI
One mile bicycle professional l won by
enthusiastic crowd Of course everybody covers were set as follows: Dr. and Mr. with the crowd of craft of all dcscriptic.ru 1 BUSTER BSOWN SHOES. '.
THfllSPAYThe JIlt' Foubir Brooklyn, time 3:015:: ; '
Australia third was at the races yesterday and the Brown. Georgetown Ky.; Mr. and MM. usdcrsninz repairs. or at anchor For Boys and Girls? $1.0 b 250.
Gordon Walker.
second ;
great feature of the third day of Walter: Bardgett. Buffalo. day before"Delightful Dnytona" and Best Cincinnati; Miss Ilanibrick, De- i in time: trinity a very busy and picture f

., the Daytona Beach! races was the bnl : her bright galaxy of visitors and her land and Miss Louise Best, Ma>'sviHe. eryee| Mine is prtM-nted. This dock b i \"

r hunt manner: in which ji.ungValtei I i One mile mororrrp.} best two in auxiliary towns It WHS enough of. Ky. All the delicacies of the sea were verse Ir'II\'I-UII'nt for lasts passing up 1 According to siz'S. j

G.rrkeof Brooklyn, X. V. on a bright hrre heat*, first heat won by \\'altprGOt'rkf' the not to served in the latest I jufi
show just to watch people, approved style and and down! the river, and is destined to J
ml 7-h. p. S-<-}'lmd 'r. Indian motorcycle ; Robert !Rubles': second; A. G.happle. mention thc eagerness with which the the occasion was ore c>f much enjoy. incra in popularity athe insidewester i THE PECK-HENDRICKS CO. Fllft

) of 61 cu. in. piston displacement ? third; second heat won by Parting and returning racers were greeted meat to those prmnt. route to :St. Augustine comes Daytona,

.c broke the Urooklands, England S-milot- itul"'bsGserkeseenndChap: le third' ,, The very stimulus of it was enough, Mrs. Sthwciger and sister, )[111. Kru mum frequently into ue. Mr. Root i bcqvinrird ----- -1'.
track record ofS milc'!!. 13SOyardi J third beat: Clmpple nr!'t; Goerke, second --
cement even at the close:\ of a rushing winter ger. who have spent some time here, } : ; to handle anything; from the "':J
the last of a long and Stubl third. The winner, Walter *** ********************** +*.4 ...IS-+4aNKi
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The race, : season, to start the blood coursing left Monday for M. Augustine succors n-aili: >t to the largest boats: that tree .
day's program, was started at 10 minutes Gnrrke. 7 JAinti: ; second, Robert: through the vein and the pulse ham- to Chicago to attend the wedding of qiut.t twaters! : Promptly txecutcd .lat :

after 5 o'clock and EnisheJ in the Stuhl; 6 points; third, A. G. Chappie, meting with the impetuosity| of youth, Mrs. Schwriger'a! niece, which takes Fine J Job b P PrIfltIllg

fast gathering darkness, under a cloudy ;5 point of those long past. place on the 30lh inst i G7..tte News otnce.
starts sky, and the suspense of tin Four mite! liHiirticnp aut niolie! : Won
The \\ ill* Comedy Company are play- Mrs R I* \\ ilcoha* b<'t'n'f'ry busy Field of Honor Commission. t s
waiting official and spectators was intense by I X. trppereu, 30 Cadillac 1 min 5 is .tftF4l .tFk4or>FI ..tRx>wsi/xatlr.x> YYrsarMky Yao I'rrhapsTit btiuuhiud
i isec. inz to good house and will be here the the past season Instructing a large class by a ellght;
; as: they li-trned for the roar of .; time 0:1: :-5; second Mr. I Hoteh- derangement of the nerves, and good -
entire week. in oil j
They are a good company painting and water colors Amongthe
the exhaust of Go-rke's machine as the kiss I, 30 PojKHirtford( 50 second: things: said en the field of battle are ,
und deserve good patronage.The class of tourists who devoted considerable 4 O V . . . .
: end of the hour drew near. :Sud.lenlj: Third Bunion", 30 toddard-Dayton 30 sonu-tlmfs recorded When "Dully"Kgaii
I( he appeared aud as he flashed across .cod, *. Lyceum Comedy Company i i. of their time to the work were fought Curran with plstoU the d

the tape, his noisy: exhaust hissed volumes Four mil, hamlil'apo.. :2 won bylIotrJ.1 giving; nightly performances in their big Mrs. Stanley Robert, of New York and bulky Egan complained that his opponent 1 Daytona Ice Company

: of fire, as: he fin ,.hl-d the 69 mil*.* ,ies, Poje.Hart ford. 30 seconds; tent in Hay tona Reach and everybody Mrs. A R love, and both of whom finished was as thin as a blade of grass ,
can ice suited to their taste with therepert"ire. i some very crediteable portrait of MIt my slzo be chalked out upon your
\beat the record iu 58 mmUtes"545 '
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necessary to time > 05 3-.); send Ralph IV Palmsscratih : PURE ICE
1-5) Deimar Roberta life size, which is body, said Curran. "and any hits outside -
: seconds, having just: 34 5.111( net time 3.16; third &>aman's of the line shall not count. "
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highly his
of the hour. Mrs. and Mr. ctlraul appreciated by fami'y. Made from Distilled
inside Water.
seconds: to spare :Stoddard-Dayton: 30 seconds.One prominent It was not good form, however to y
F tired, but was roumlly Uhlan at Princess Issena. 0 Factory corner 1 Railroad and Vi.lusia .
GfI'l+ ke wus'l'ry ] are guests -- make a parade of magnanimity; and avenue.O
mile motorcycle record! race, toheat
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cheered for his brave work, and it will Bro'.kisnds. England, track recordof K W. Berthel and family of St. Paul the coxcombical practice of firing in y w -11"

Minn., who hive been guests at Princes I the air or "dumb shooting'! or "('hll.
6S miles 13SO yards: won by Walter 04
apt PINCHED FORINTERFERENCE. dren's lay" was strictly ,prohibited by :
K-ena for a few days!, left today.
(;O<'rkP. 7 h p. Indian; time 51) min. 25
the rules of which
west '\ swept thirty- were
the \
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4-) see for 69! miles Goerke'g time for --- -- --
drawn up by representatives of the five
had died down
across the course all day The 40! miles, 41 min. 23 sec A. G. Chap most eminent counties-Gal nay. Tip- OUR FOUR CARDINAL PRINCIPLES- :
lull at sunset.
to almost perfect
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Euccne Gastrl and Robert Stubbs
pie, perary. Majo. Sllgo and Koscomnionln I
,- record was inadeovera 10-mile straightaway also APPRECIATIONOF
1777.
ran.THE They met at the summer assizes
coup-e. A G. Chappie and Eugene .
at Cloumcl and seem to have .
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-: Gustcl also: ran, but did not hniah.JJobeit KKK clone their work very gravely' and honestly AB SOLUTE SAFETY Insured i iv

\ Subbs, of Birmingham, Ala., a Including a special rule for Mui- ,
a; had las second fall during the 'wc-ek FLY FLYER THE Wednesday morning as the paradewas ple, unpremeditated encounters with

when on his first two miles of the rachis e lining up for the benefit of the pho- the small sword." There Is a large; Capital S100XK! ) ; ,

front tire burst and I threw him heavily. tographers, near the City Hall!, a negro element of absurdity about It all no

At 49 miles, nu time having been with hU hack drove up to the curb near doubt but even" dueling has hid Its Surplus $250,000
WILL FLY HIGH. place as a rough Inefficient test otmaohoodIUackwood's
taken for the first: 9 and VO miles. Gu'rke MA TCUlESS.A the Globe Clothing Store. Marshal Magazine.

was well inside of the record doing the Myers, it seems from the testimony had i Stockholders Liability $100,000(

4J miles in 41 minutes 23 seconds. RKK: told the man to get his party and move
Grand People In London! In 1803.
Chappie( covered the 49 miles in 50 minfi There has been the greatest interest Lady Visitor Yields To The on.II. "I canw to town Wednesday and Actual security to depositors $4000

utes -II 1-5 seconds, and Gostel in 52 from the first announcement of the acct T. Titus, who was chief officer ot Intended to go to the Ancient Music;

f minutes 51.I a coeds v al upon the each of Carl Bates dirigible Temptation To Speak the parade, came by and told the negro: made a Bungle about my Ticket; Itwas NOTE:-This Bank i is Number One on the "Donor Roll" of.

fr The day was largely devoted to bicycle aeroplane to see an ascension and 1 tier Views.A to move out of the 'way. Returning a too late to get It. The Drawing
:f- motorcycle events, bicycles\ and acrulmanocuver. minute later and finding the driver Room was the object yesterday They National! Hanks in Florida and Xo. 187 in the whole

: motorcycles being very }pooular in the :;0 one interested in seeing the aero. there Mr. Titus took the horse by the made n mistake In my Dress. It was United States, among OUT sixty eight hundred l National

riti's of the south where like in Daytona ,plane soar heavenward i is half so muck PLACE OF RARE ATTRACTION I bit and led it out of the procession. and not the deep glass enough of my for Sedan my Chair Mourning wes Hanks. a -

x good roads abound !H. E. Nusbaum close made
a interested in a flight as is Mr. haves by some not luemlod. Looked at my Lodgings;
The record breaking of the week was He is fairly itchins to do a sailing stunt. KKK remark about the negro being within found them Abominable. I walked allover
continued when in the mile motorcycle The his rights and Mr. Titus believing he the CONSERVATISMProven ,, e
layman does not understand the (.An elderly lady of distinguished Town till I was Lord how -,- ;
presence -
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trials Robert Stubbs, of Binning conditions and environments essential meant to interfere with him in the discharge tired! booked In upon the Duchess of ---
', tearing correct and
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courtly pleasing
ham, Ala, coveted a mile in13 2-5 for a flight of his: official duties, had MrXusbaum Gordon while she took off her Hoop to b} our snwfw and (tflr reputation
address, handed the editor of the ;
second supplanting this previous recoids 1'he machine arrested and taken before Dine with the Bedfurds"
is of ddirltl'ml'rhanismand
of the hrst day of the meet, of f i is not built to withstand the winds Daily News the following .appreciation Mayor Green. This was Jane, duchess of Gordon SQUARE DEALING ]: :
of Haytona.-Editor.] -- ---- --
whrode down the Illsb street of Edtnbureh --
45 1-5 seconds.In which have prevailed at the hours the After listening to all the testimony in Hi
Having had the of on a piss' tack in the days ofhl'r Ask
record privilege pasting a .
our
the kilometer motorcycle public has wanted to 'witness a flight the case the Mayor decided that Mr. patrons.
wild! girlhood and raised recruits
winter in Daytona I desire before leaving
y trials ((1& kilometer measuring :32M fi-et Mr Bates came here to make a IlightHe I u&baum was innocent of any desire to for the new highland regiment when COURTEOUS TREATMENT
1004' yards lien't'ord was to add my tribute to the many
or ) a produced confidently believes he will do t>o interfere or foment trouble and he was other means had failed by allowingeach ---- --
Walter Goerkewhen words of praise which are so universally
by Champion and announces that he is determined discharged man to take the shilling from between ,
,' he covered the kilometer in upon staying where he is: till favorable) I expressed by its ''lintcr'isitors.. her lips. Hoops were de rlgueur Open an account with us and we will demonstrate it. i

27 4.5 wconds.lalh conditions arise for such !flight.e : The geographical position and features for court dress until the days of George .

| DcPalma, driving the Fiat Cyclone i of Daytona are strikingly unique Its IV. although In private life the ladles'

i d had walkover in the one mile --- : extent-he and beautiful river front, its DUST lAYER skirts had been growing more and FIRST NATIONAL BANK .

-. invitation automobile race which lecovered e I proximity to the ocean, which is bounded = more scanty since the days e.f the: ,

in the M w time of 37 2-5 seconds LIfE SNUffED at this point by a beach at once the French revolutlon.-Frern "John Hook-

x' and local interest \\allllrllusc-d in admiration and the envy of its immediate him Trere and His Friends. by G.i- ST.
bridle! Posting.A AUGUSTINE
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t ('oupltof good four mile. impromptu, : neighborhood, its beautiful pen in- DISINFECTANT. .
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automobile handicaps in 'which eight sub which separates the river from the Rude Youth. I' :

cars started. The winner turned up i ia in OUT BEACH sea and forms a natural pleasure ground "How do you account for this Ij

visitor, Inglis N. Uppercu, the wdlknown I tty1 for picnics and excursions, all combine KKK m.Vaiu?" Ard be held aloft a lump of

Cadillac dealer: of New York and to reader Daytona a place of'rare and Manager W. J. is coal which he had just dug out from ..........
: Morgan sending the sirloin steak. ................1 r MRS. mm m mm
Newark \\1:0 drove his own good Cad exceptional attractiveness. These tea some special dispatches to the New The I

iliac touring car to victory in .* :,"> 2 5 TheGnzette-Ncws has several times I urea of natural beauty hat been greatly Yurk Globe of which he is Motoring Edi "1 suppose landlady the slightly IlOOr cows Bushed sometimes : Legal Notices : I Home Made Candies.

Z with an allowance af 1 min. o' sec.. The warned dogowmtstu keep their pugs augmented by the art and industry of tor. In speaking to Major Greene; yes stray along the railroad track," she lta a I| (smug,. !.losM>m (
syrup
Pope-Hartford 30, owned by I r... H.1 and poodles away from the be-ach 1 its people. terday he advocated treating Daytona saId. "Hut you must admit the steakIs .... ...................... bUxiioiii prliiM, >ruxfruit rrjstullz p.tl, aril Ortnglin 0nail

I Hotchkiss, of Dajtona Beach, was ;t'c-I during tl.e races. Hec-dle-ss of the warning Perfectly constructed sidewalks bow streets with a dust: laving preparationwhich tender." !NOTICE TO !\IiO -.RESIDENT.Is I ft. On sale at RED TOP COTTAGE. N rtlof

k and from the i;0 second mark and another a fox ttrrior was on the grounds been placed on nearly every street i is used in Boston parks and has He thumped the coal with his knife. (e'ikcriT'l'KT-I>Io".nth JiuIUIiil flr- I the Ormond Hotel, OrmunJ, Florkla. 45 *

|I..at ear S.'am.ill's :30 l :'tIK.larcl.1) early Thursday morn mg. roadways of unexcelled! quality have been found to be cheaper to MM- than "Irs," Le said harshly "locomotive cult of Ilorklu.,In' anti for Voluila (C'otint\. DR. T. A. DAVISPANTIIEROPIST
Iaytiensastl.ial\ i fiom the 30 second i : During the thunder storm been built, and shade trees of matchless tender." IN: ( 'II.\SI'tau' r
lightning adorn daily sprinklings. ant .h.. mast "....__...... In .,........ ('nri.i\ Ixiwk)
r mark struck a telephone pole and the little beauty e\'ery part of the village. The Superintendent of Boston Parks \1Jo \ulheTo Non-IV-KJ.tit.
,. The m-ond of the two 4,mile handicaps dog being near the base caught a bolt But notwithstanding! all these featuresof invented the solution which is VV ILI l\x Lows; ) The latest safest and most scientific/
com TuVViLLlIx method of
Irs >wr;- trcatiug the sick. Include!
YOUR KIDNEYS
7 was won by the Pope-Hartford i in aDd npirc Such is the }snotty for natural and acquired beauty perhaps posed of crude oil, ammonia, chloiidc Von are !hereby r'.ruln..1 to upur to the every drugless system, Osteopath J
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Kill of .
5.535 from lII'1 minute mark, with disobeying. that which contributes the greatest Complaint. Ill.- herein. agxlurt. >ou In Scientific children
: warnings and defying ale and water and a treatment once a KKK tb> iili ova .ntltl.AU.... con or In fore the. 5th Ma.-v.-age. Women and
Rail h De Palma, who entered the Fiat p ment.-, charm to the place is its hospitable month is all that is needed The stuff diiv Thc vf -\uril.i A.; I.l IW. a specialty. Examination free.
x Don't Mistake the Cause of'our I'lijtoim (ituifttefWH In htrelir Corner
Cyclone jut for sport. second fromfrralrh atmosphere Nothing! is more noticeable holds down the dust O''-"llnnt..1 nt the n< wsNip| In wlilththli opposite postoffice, DaytocJBeac i
the b.
preserves .. .
Troubles.-A Daytona Citizen or l 'r .h"UI. j
publUlutl: once 11111. k fur four
-f in the net time of 3 mm 16 sec to a st1 anger on coming to Daytona roads: and i+ also a disinfectant. .' utl\e 111'\11. 1-- : I
;' while] Seaman's StoddarilDaylcuWis : than the spirit of good will and Mr. Shows How to Cure Them. VV'ltii.-s.iiiy liiiiHlHiKl-o-nliif onU-cthUI'Jtli :I

t third ngun. MEETING TO BEHELD I mutual helpfulness which is prevalent : fund and Morgan offered advocated to give $a..i subscription towards it M.ui.v |Ni>|>!tMn.vcr MiK\t! | their kid. day Irr.ALI of F'rhruarr1.14] HAMC n.!: |IJiv.:i. J"KI>AN. CU-rk.. I Notice to Tourists.! t I I:

k It is iutcrrs1iLto note that Goerkein e'erywhere11 strenuous conventionalism Dust he thinks is Dujtona's only blight IH'I. I If r MiffvniiK (fnnii a lance weak or KiTmi By.1' .%It.Chn:04.
F his Ilisht' .a Mm,.t time on his motorcycle : i seems to have been<< laid aside I Ii "Lay that." said he. "and itiII be aching; back; they think that it i i4! only a !Hi< >IKItor! for C'ulllpl..lIllIt.! .. I t

trl1\t..ll\t l the toiu--l.iig; rate u>f !! IN MAY. i and people 'who meet here for the first :, 'Delightful Daytona' complete." All I mii....ul.ir weakness! : vvlwn urinary. j IF you want the very best Orangei II tt I II I f

TO miles and I4U yards per hour on the time feel that they are not strangers but the above material can be bought i m trmil.k wets in tlM>' think it will soon apply to Point Gcove; and the R I I

little twowl.ee'.er.The a part of one large, happy family with Florida. I.ur..t itM-ll An.l] cot it is with all tli I 1

:?t dav\ summaries ft.How : KKK the same infirmities to overcome and ether -vnijitonn of kidney diMinl..m. land Indian River Orange, the be /I

r One mile motorcycle trials: Robert At the same aspirations for higher and better --- -- That is! jOt,, w here. (tind.uiffer I IH-H. You Ys in the State, situated: l 11 miles south
the annual] meeting of the I
.t Uf'ru.th'e
Stubbs: Birmingham, Ala, first, tune committee of the State Horticultural things; to achtev In short, it would iiiu-st cure tlww trtlut.!..-" or it may lead There is from ftovtrna on the Daytona t I II II I I

I 43 1 1-4 second; l.t previous record i Society recently held in Jacksonville, seem that Southern chivalry and North to dMUt! or (right's di: 'a--: The 0 possible scared-/improvement any ia New Sinrni ron'l.)

it l 45 1-5 seconds. A. n Chap|>de l seconds it was decided to hold the ern altruism bad combined to create i in DELIVERS lH".t! rl'III..Ito. use i H lIoan'I Kidlwy. but it lakes time and IDOIK)sleds'. We hare '

s time 41: 4-5 seconds. the society in Dal tuna Tuesday meeting, Wednesday of Daytona! a condition of society which is I'ill... It tiircs! all ills a bleb are ran....;.1| .eett been improving fur orero 7ea"i-flower. Uorethanxea ana vegetable I PRICESODERA' TE.

-: : Half mile professional handicap: won c little less than ideal. I'.v weak IIr clj"\"I'1.II..i.I""M. I)a> tonu people are vrorciag to make Ferry's I
Thursday and Fndiy. Map l JS! seeds snit yon. Buy the I
by J. Gordon \\ nlbr, Australia; TOjds, IH, 20 and :2$J. M. E. G. H E 1..1.:1'| | testify te> $Iltc'rillu..n.t elites For sale everywhere best-Ferrr'i. I f rs I
GOODS.I II
i time 57 3-5; wend, rn1IiII, Boston I This T. B DwnI.: Hnlui society Lich
,w is a large and FREE on RCQVIST. 1
50jd ; third I II L el.\lin:4.I.Jnll\ I la**., one in the State, ia: to hold its popular meeting Fifth Anniversary. 1 l6n) tuna FU.H.tj. '..: -XIv. back ached] 60 YEARS'

C0jard 1. here at the invitation of the I I KKK fur several! months and was v -r.v lame, EXPERIENCE I

i. Quarter mile! amateur. liirvde I won bv j I I council and the board of trade, extended city Wednesday being the fifth anniversary If I att'-int.-| l to lift aintlniu; sh. rj.. SEEDS

Frank A. Valiant, time ON 1-.', .-<'eon Jr.sccoiiil in April, nearly of the marriage of Capt. and Mrs. I C. Herbert Purely o( the Times }laill" vvonM Kize nit'.all,11 I could h.irdlv'

." Walter I Gcorkr; tl.iid ]Eugene: usually a Urge attendanceand a year ao There i is A N. Marshall of Norfolk, Va the : Union editorial staff and who is considered n';:ain an erect jx "itiun. Th kidney 1

?e Gacstal. probablywill guest of the Riverside House treated to be a worthy successor to M....rttionsdhl I
foe this time, not m4 inn iioim.il man
especially
9 1 Kilometer mot.orr'rll' record trial (a was given the preference Dajtona them to a little surprise. As the Captain : Harry Curran Wilbur.IIoho, for three Her and also ntaiiMd n srlinn..nt MASONIC DIRECTORY. I
over se.f'ralI 1
1 kilometer is 3231 tat or 10-U yards); other preying invitations to other and riis wife came in from his place years, graphically reported the Daytona iuaris I>> Kidney I'iifswide hI l.ru..1 \LIF\X UulXiK. No. SI, F..5 .\. M TRADEDESIGN MARAS* .
won by\X"altrr Goerke, Rrnoklvp. time I I I placesIt recently bought on North Beach street, Beach races, ia one of the big from Meets cat and 3rd Thursdaya.HALIFAX : COPYRIGHTS Ac. -
.t: press:: men Maiikina dray .
is important that the be ; store, iuh.kl.v re-
27 4,5 seropds.second Robert Stubb society properly they were greeted with music and a present this week (CHAtTf.R No. S. R. A. M A.roae.eneing s.le1-h.d OiarfU *"JJ a.1
received and the members be Iil-n..llllt tuhc! and | "" given ._
crowd of
people There were some terpleasant In addition to L.e.lk..CSproSsblre ic ''" f -.e.ltyt.Sn.Str.etlreottadodad.II
the
28 y Times-t ,1T.
Birmingham, Ala, time 1.5 second* : nion
story > kidiiey!and mall. it NDBOOBoaeateaa/
c' opportunity to see the beau- |1"ISltil. formeto Stems 41 b Thursday
One mile professional bicycle band tic s and advantages of Daytona many, and surprises and happy greetings.Mrs Mr. Purdy is doing the 'work for the du inj work withrL+..." I MVEOAK OHAPTKK. NIK I. in E J. Wilson, hostess of The Riverside Associated Press lad and 4th Tut Mia; i Hottct without cbloru. la the .
his
capon by Fred Hill, Boston, 1(0( order to do this properly, work to that assisted her story appearing For sale by all dealers Price 50 cnts.foshr 111 oieel In Masonic Ball, orange avenueI..ta.t
by
1 daughter Mrs. H.
yards, time 2.34 1-5; second 1 J. Gut-I IE. I end should be at once begun and the 1 E. Johnson, and Miss Edith, daily in eight hundred American papers lilbum Co., Buffalo, X Y., sole -- Scientific American,
don Walker. Austra6s.120 yards; third I matter not left to drac along until too Capsey, as well as in foreign papers to which it I agents! for the United States. A lIanc'leomel' Itla.trsled _H"'. r.relSttrolai..nulanrSeknGaO 1
served fruit, punch and cake. It R.ll.l4tKMl jt.uruaL TermsfJara
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F. Root Boston, 25 yards. late to do it credit. was avery cabled. The Times-Union daily stories Remember the name Iosan's-and CATARRH ... ;r delightful occasion. are excellent take no other T...u..s t.--..... & & CO Z1111rea0aaNewY. rWarwh
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,. Miss Roberta Hobbs is home from I I Mrs. J. P. Turner was up from MICROBES IN THE SCALP oooooo. .. .-

I I Winter Park, where she attends 'Smyrna with a party Thursday to [WATER WORKS r .

I Kollins College, to visit with her I see the automobile races. The ltest Explanation! is nat M"mHs

p 1113r"nt",, on Tin hi avenue, and to Cause Baldness. _
IIr. aud Mrs. George Popple are JOE OSBORNE
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ttend the rices. in the city, having come over from Professor Unna of Hamburg.Germany, I
BONDS
and Dr. Sibourand of Paris France,share ,
Mrs. C. II. Stewart and son.Fletch- Clairmont to see the automobileraces. :
It the honor of having discovered the hair i:
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JL ere came up from Melbourne Mon races. mitre be. ;

day to spend a few days with Mrs. Baldness Is cot caused through a few _
I Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.Nash Blount and Miss Amy Seng- ARE SIGNED we.k work of these hair microbes, but U I
Yolusia stak, of Daytona Beach, went up to the result of conditions brought about by Sanitary Plumbing Heating andVentilating.
Make our store your store. New, oa : avenue. Jacksonville Wednesday for a few I their presence. Baldness may not occur ,
: up-to-the-minute goods I visit. until years after the microbes began work
catchy, com Artie Stewart was home from Melbourne days' but it is certain _
to
ing in daily. Prices are and always where he is employed, to I I Construction of New System Will j I The microbes cut coma off the sooner blood or later.lupply. _
... J R. Anthony, who has been as-
: have been right. Reference feed the
anybody see the races. He visited at Probably Begin In About They on fatty matter about the :
L. H. HOWE & Co., Daytona Bach with his grand- sisting in Anthony Bros. store herefor I I root of the hair, through which the bloodis -
several days'returned to Palm absorbed. Finally the fatty matter is
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The Jewelers. Three Weeks.
mother, Mrs. J. A. Stewart. Beach Wednesday. wholly consumed, the food supply! of the

'. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Simonds I hair is gone and it starves and finally diet.
returned Caswell departed
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. '
to Jacksonville Monday af- for their home at Miss Margaret Smith, who spent I ATLANTA m TO DO THE WORK Resorcin is one of the most effective Gas Plants
Monday the winter at The Riverside<< on N. j germ destroyers; Beta Napthol U both I Complete Installed. 1
ternoon.A Mr. Caswell has gertnicida.1 and antiseptic Pilocarpin
Wakefield, R. I. Beach street, Wednesday for her i _____
though not a dye,restores natural color to
new exit gate Las been put in left his launch, the Hazel, in chargeof home at White Plains, N. Y. hair when loss of color was caused by dis- Plumbing and Heating Supplies.

at tho F. E. C. Ry. depot, just northof F. A. Root at the dry dock. I I The water works bonds have .been received ea'e. These curatives properly mixed with _____ -
W. E. Harding, who has been employed alcohol! as a stimulant a remedy
the old and were signed yesterday A perfect
gtte.Ad1ph Sarah K.
# Mrs. Hewitt and Miss in Anthony Bros' store during long string of red tape has been unwound -I unequalled for curing scalp and hair Brass and Galv. Pipe and Fittings.
Baldwin of Cocoa, came Monday I troubles.
up fi
Jaehde of Leesburwas the winter left
Thursday for
/ and disposed of, and those in
the Constitutionand We want who has scalp
night steamer I I everyone any
in the city from Tuesday until Wednesday on his home at South Frainingham, I _
with their friends Mr. and charge of the water works business are or hair trouble to try Rezall 93" Hair
are
morning.Mrs. the Riversidefor I Mass. nearing the end of the red tape reel Tonic,which contains all these ingredients.If Fairbanks & Morse &
Mrs. J. L. Wilson, at it does not grow hair on your bald head, Engines Pumps. i
E: L. Bond left Tuesday for a few days. I The fruiter Matanzas tied up at Soon the "thump, thump, thump of i fop your hair from falling out; cure yon _____

Lake Helen, where she will visit the Conrad dock Thursday morningon the deep well drill will be heard and the I of dandruff; make your hair thick, silky, Niagara Rams.

with Mrs. M. M. Bond. On account of the small attend- her from points south with a activity the builders of masonry, and I luxuriant; if it does not give you complete Hydraulic _
way
anre at the High School Tuesdaythe I the whack of the hammer and the buzz satisfaction in every particular,return the
load of
Mrs. D. A. Illcxlcett and party returned Trustees decided to close school i. Jacksonville.Miss. oranges. to Augustine and of the saw will be good music to those. empty every penny bottle you to us paid, and us we for hill it, without return : Ireland Pipe Wrenches.

Wednesday afternoon from for the three remaining days of the who have Daytona property and no adequate question or formality. .

their trip down the coast. week and make up the lost time at Laura Pearstil, who has I fire-fighting apparatus. Of course, you,understand that when we I _

the close of the term. been visiting with her nephew Dr. Yesterday Mayor Greene, President nay that Kexall "93" Hair Tonic will grow

Judge J. Lee McCfory came over A. O'Neill and family, on Volus-u I Cove and City Clerk Portor alfixed! their hair on bald heads, we do not refer to
from UeLand Wednesday afternoon, For sale or rent, unfurnished cases where the roots are entirely dead. JOE BORNE The Plumber 4
friends view the Lan Easy avenue, departed Thursday morningfor I signatures to the bonds and their remains the pore. of the scalp closed,and the head I
accompanied by to cottage on Ivy << new.
Conrad Real Estate Co. home at Ridgewood, N. J. little more to do, but to give the has the shiny appearance of a billiard ball. ,
automobile races. terms tf ;
command to prOl't'f'd'ith the construction In cases like this, there U no hope. In all
There was a collision Wednesday other cases of baldness Rexall 93" Hair
R. C. Adams' father, J. C. Adams, Martha Chisholin. colored, died in afternoon on South Beach street between of the system. Tonic will positively grow hair.or cost the Phone 96. I 11 Orange Avenue.

was in the city from Tuesday until I \Y aYl'ross Saturday night, aged 33 a bicycle and surrey, resulting The bonds were of the $, O0 and :$1 ,user nothing. Two sizes, Sac:. and Jl.OO. ; -
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WeJnea},retu rnell to Jacksonville and buried Blake this 000 denomination; sixty of $oOO and __
at .
was
years in the smashing of the bicycle (i.'irtli B. Young! Ha.Uona, Fla.
Wednesday afternoon. She daughter of twenty of 11.000 bonds It's a pity all :* o.mC
morning. was a but fortunately the rider was not _
known the these bonds were not taken by local
llubbard well to
Miller
Mrs. Fred Stones and baby wentto injured.

Titusville Wednesday for a woek's older residents of Daytona.- Fort capitalists.1 he Bond Trustees not C KINGSTONIhe )
I Major Landers, r S. A., of are preparedto
visit with Mrs. Stones' parents, Rev. I Miss Harriet Semler, of Milwaukee Moultrie, arrived in the city Thurs- fay just what day work will be com _

and Mrs. William Stones. Wis., joined her sister, Mrs. day morning from Miami, to bold merced on the water works, but think -
latest boarding house arrivals are
Foit REST-Furnished cottage. Archibald: Wilson, in this city Sat- an inspection of Company K in the it is safe to say in about three weeks, ille
Joseph Lambert and wife of Shelby\ Combined with
Dr. P. R. Bennett tiThe urday. Miss Semler is the secre- evening. The Major was met at the but when it does begin it will be pushed Ind. and G. M. Eden, Poughkeepsie, N.

tary and a member of the mining depot by Major Morris and Capt. along as speedily as is: consistent with Y.

Misses Dorothy Sterling and and real estate firm of Winn J. Clark who escorted him to The good workmanship.With Mrs and MISS Brooke have

MaLI Allen are in the city for a few Morgan: and Co. Despland.J. the exception of concrete work Sheppard Sl!
returned from Oak Hill, after a very
days from Rollins College<< visiting which contract Hough Jc Bond secured,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Briggsguests with Mrs pleasant visit, bringing with them Mrs
F. who
with Mrs. C. H. Abbott, on Bay Macauley, and the well-drilling contract, securedby Secret of the _
of The O.ikn, returned last week Macauley, is located on South Gaines: an aunt of theirs, who will visitin
street Melton & Ballough, an Atlanta firm
from a trip tl) .Miami and Palm Ridgewood avenue, was a Daytona Kingston for a few days.
installs the new system. The firm i is J.
W. F. Holmes was called to Jacksonville Beachir j and Mrs.I Briggs are visitor eight. seven and four years The guests of The Ferndale and the -FAMOUSPumps-
B McCrary A Co., big contractors of
on business Wednesday old fiie;'dn rf f lev! and Mrs. J. L. i ago. lie spent last winter at St i people of Kingston turned out en > asec
extensive in such work.
afternoon. Mrs. Holmes accompanied Wilson ..r! this city, and Mr. Briggs Petersburg, but thinks this city surpasses experience to see the grand parade of autos in Day
Already plans are laid for beginning Dodd
him. They will probably is: a prominent business:, man of it in natural beauty and ad. operations, and it seems now aa: if it is I tona on Wednesday forenoon, and report Dorothy and Oxfords

return within a day or two. Delta, Ohio vantages. Mr. Macauley is a former that it was a magnificent display of
a matter of a few days only till this::
Mrs. Charles Bennett and Mrs newspaper man now engaged in the much needed system will be under decorated cars.
$ end way.
dentist west
[k H'Uightnn, hook and business at De It. L. Cooper and family have moved
Alice Foote, of Charlotte. Mich., are &uth Bndge. Peck block, phone 32. troit Mich.stationery : A Gazette-News representative was from the parsonage here to the Stanley \Ve are showing all
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located for a time on Yolutia avenue permitted to examine the handsomely Palmetto
cottage on ave.
They have just returned from a tripto The High School play, "Mrs. W. V. Carter was up from Port executed papers, and the bonds are an hingston school is out for several af- I the latest in
Havana, Cuba, and other points of the 1'oultry Yard," was : exquisite work of art. children styles
Briggs Orange Thursday to meet Mrs Carter tf moons this week. w> that the 4l"Pat.
south. The last seen of big papers F. I) ______
repeated at the Onnond Hotel who has been visiting with their may have time to attend the races on
Chairman of the Bond Committee Gun Metal\ Tan
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theater Tuesday night with the same daughter Mrs. A. C. Lovelace at Spring the beach. ., '- ,
fAutomobile tires and inner tubes here had the whole batch, but as he was
!success' that it was presented Jacksonville. They spent the afternoon -
vulcanized at Oliver's garage the headed toward The Merchants Bank no and White Canvas
Friday evening at Daytona in viewing the automobile: .
Opera House. A number of other races before returning home. Mr. solicitude was Dressed: for their safety. I

Mrs Delia Wickstrom and Mrs. scholars accompanied the youthful Carter E. B. The Bond Committee has exerti-ed: due I Pumps and Ties.-.. .
was accompanied by -
Helen Wooster of Momence ilL
diligence and no time will be lost in dis ORANGJTj
friends, of Mrs M. L Lewis are in t11t pians. Huntley, of Astor, who, with his son,, posing of all the necessary preliminary [CPORT )
B M.! Huntley is visiting with him.
the of The Tourist.
city, guests Horace It Nash, of South Nor- work.
The elder Mr. Huntley is a locomotive -
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They their are home en route.from at Momence.Palm Beachto w.ilk. Conn., i is the guest of his uncle engineer on the A. C. L railroad W. T. Howes sold to W. C Moore, of = M. B. AULTMAN = _

Clarence Nash, on Yoluaia ave while the young man is a jew. Conover, Ohio, a lot on Orange street, ,

nue. Mr. Nash, who was here in the eler. A LONG.RANGE Mr. Moore will improve it at once.
Editor Ellis B. Wager, of the early days of Daytona, twenty-odd Chauncy Yass spent several days at Phone 2. We give'.otl'lo! the li-H.ifforJ Piano Contest. Beach St.

Florida, Star. accompanied bv his vi>ar>i arm. lint li-i "* "*-- -- ---- n ---- -_ __-- -
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son, Ryals, was in citT Tues. six : Our regular card party last week was
city for the past five or yeara.has of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Wessman who

day, witnessing an exhibition of laybaa's an orange prove at Glencoe and is have been guests for a time bfSchmidt's : a v< ry j jolly one. Mrs. T. J. Smith was .. ..

speed and intoxicating themselves here from that place to visit relatives Hotel, departed Saturday NOINATIONI hrs'tvss.

with Daytona's enrapturingbeauti and see the races. for their Chicago home Dr. Mrs. Barlow, who i M spending the win iN.B 'I
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL
s. Lindahl is a noted botanist, and was lit lit lit kr with her cousin, Miss DuBois, was I

Mrs. C. A. Du.lley, Mrs. W. M.J The tropical storm which visited much interested in the flora of this hoto s of the Church Tea last week.

Shaffner's sister, and Mrs. James this section between midnight and section. lie is a widely traveledman Bred ai.d born in "Old Kentucky," There will K no Church Tea this week I I -- --- _

McDaniel, of Orlando, are the guestsof daylight Thursday morning, with a having visited the Mediterranean deeply interested in her mshrialt'l on account of the races. e.SCHNfElDF.K..N\.I) [ [ I >. Fitzgerald &
electrical display and fare, solicitous fur her moral and educational
Col. and Mrs. ShaiTuer at their magnificent countries spent some time in Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Wortlcy, who are
heavy downpour of rain, was a great the and last advancement, my friends back io Physician and Surgeon. ---I
north Ridgewnod avenue home, having polar regions, was year spending this reason in Seabreeze, drove Attorneys
blessing, benefittmg: vegetation, laying the good old commonwealth at least
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arrived in the city Wednes41aJmorning. in Mexico. down Thursday and met old friends. 302 North IlidgewoodI'hone
: the du,t and adding to the com concede that I have sufficient incentive Special Attention to
I We arc always gla'l to them. I i
fort of the crowds of people here to '. Free tuitions, free room rent, if not Justification in "butting in'some, 193, Daytona, Florida j Perfecting

Mrs. G. L. Johnson, of N. Beach see and enjoy the automobile races reduced boarding and railroad rates what prematurely though it may seem Mrs Philip the White beautiful has winter bought home the lot of :: Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m., "I" Conrad Block, DAYTONA, FLA.

street, is in St. Augustine: receiving and other sights. to teachers and prospective teachers and making a long-range nominationfor adjoining titoSp.m.
: 1 Mr. White of '
i her fathei-in-law Joseph
treatment at the hospital in that taking review courses at Stetson i one of the most important offices in ear" I). lAndis Bert Fish 1 ,
!: city. She was reported in a dangerous F:. it!J. Holman sold! his handsome Normal school March :31 to June 1. the gift of Kcntuckians. to bestow.It Ocean. Grove, N. C. She will improve it DI?. d. t r. RAWLIXGS I U

: condition Tuesday, but later Fairvicw avenue residence property For particulars address Director A. is that of :Superintendent of Public soon.Mr. LANDIS & fiSt I

' information stated that the was Tuesday to J. P. Wilcox, of White L. L. Subrie, DeLand, Fla.Mrs. Instruction the job temporarily held by and Mrs. Bull have a daughter : Physician & Surcjcon. I Attorneys at Law
Plains, X Y., who has taken possession Professor Crabbc. from Baltimore visiting them.

somewhat better. and will occupy it with his Gregoria Gabriel de la Cruz, Commercial prosperity while ciuin Miss Elliot, of Oswego, 111., who spent I Office or Volusia avenue first door I Courts.Practicing ClII In or all Criminal mate business and Federal!given I

' Senator and Mrs. Rose, of Dover, family as a winter residence. Mr. the pretty little Philippine woman catty to be desired cannot be paramount the winter at the Illinois House, left last I careful attention. Special facilities.

Del., are in the city, guests of The I Hoi man contemplates spending most who was here two years ago with to the cciMcatiunal. which premise is so week for liomc. west of Hankins Pharmacy. for In'p.tljlallnl: and, Florid perfecting titles.L'uI.and
I husband John de la ___ __ !
and down her midget ,
of his time
Islin ton, on south I cruising up evidently axiomatic 1 nn led to sugseet Mr and Mrs John Drummond of Eau ,
the coast but will still make Daytona Cruz, and her sister, also a dwarf, that the of Kent Isaac A. Stewart Eg ford Bly
to
f They have been HidgeWoollll\-e'l remove stigma ucky' Claire, Wis., who came to visit his father E. L. STEWART I|
I' and -vho had the misfortune to lose
ed the his headquarters.M high percentage of illiteracy, when compared STEWART
trip through I hit last week for Boston to visit adaughtl'r. ; & BLY
that time in the and
and are now en route from Cuba to her baby at was with some other States less Physician Surgeon ;
I II. Zuber sold Wednesday, and Thursday i! I IOfJ
' I city again Wednesday title "God's "
. their home at Dover. worthy the Country sheseek Special attention to diseases of the Lawyers
through the Conrad Real Estate the guest of friends made at a plmt'in vanguard of progressby --- Eye Ear, Throat and Nose. OHke: J

. Mr. and Mrs. R II. Stevens nnd agency, his place on South avenue, that i visiC uShe- arrived here Wednesday placing at the head l of her educational and residence. Magnolia avenne. :3rd j c. next door to Bank BUiJdinr'1

., little son, Richard uho have been consisting of twenty-five acres of from Mobile, Ala., where she interests that brilliant thinker, RIM COAST: TO COAST IS I A DAY door IlnlclI west> of hour P. 0 9 a, telephone in. to II p in.82. I'I'I IX-Land, FloridaTITLES
land and improvements her and where
visiting with Mr.' Stevens'parents: fine trucking must rejoin arty lucid writer, diatinguisU-d teacher and ----
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I Mr. and Mrs.J R. Stevens on Orange to Eli I B! Hendrix, of Seelye- there is a settlement of some fortyor citizen, Miss Alice I.Iojd, of Mason: .. lit lit lit I -- ----- ---- I INSURED

- avenue, for the j past; three weeks departed ville, Intl.. who will use it for farming fifty Philippines, in order to county. G. A. KLOCK I

Wednesday morning for their purposes Mr Xuber has rented, again, visit the grave of her baby at She would bring to the olIn-c such Holchkiss Party Do This Stunt Physician and Surgeon Volusia: County Abstract. Investment

home in Pitt.sburg Pa. where! Mr. and will occupy with his family, the Pinewood cemetery.A dignity. such ripe scholarship! such In Pope-Hartford and Title Insurance Company.
Easily a
, Stevens hold: a responsible msition I le,"man n cottage on Yolusia avenue, I special attention gl\vn to I'I*'av" of Abstract furnished and tlllei
| | fidelity to duty, such ChrUlun chara- ,
Pt'rft'et.1
' B.\lwus.-In order to change I the EJII and Fitting of (ila ""II Office tl. :Slaps Plats and Blue ?
in tIle Carnegie steel works. I west of the railroad ter as: speedily| to lift the drpartmcLt Touring Car. o\t-rGlobe<'Iotblng IilOr oilice hours :i idled. IV-rt H,h. Prt; farejr n.
climates, on account of poor health, pee'y I and Trta: Opposite Volant* Co.
I I will trade my property and business upon a high pUne.Da (;ieo. Hotchkiss and daughter and Miss i tos.nm.itoassip.nm..mo l : KK\ :OI' p. m.OAYTOXA. 1 Hank lwl-mxl Kla.
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-- I hear a sec )nd to the n jminution Rollins returned from an auto trip to j I -- --- -----
valued at $ ,,UIX,consisting 01 I
.i of Miss Lloyd for Superinten )lent of Monday afternoon in a Pope- I D. I D. & C. ROGERS |
one of the best corner lots in the best Tampa { M. JOSIE ROGERS M. I D.Ilomeopathic : _

. is..." H .OHe..oeG.CeN............ block in a county site town of lotX) Public Instruction of Kt-utuckj: Hartford touring car driven by Augu lerjean. I I Civil

population in one of the best agricultural --- (; They report a most successful I Physician I Engineers _

I The Vote As It Stood Monday\ Evening ai d interesting trip, having come
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: counties Minnesota together A Real John Doe. Xo ...:;3 North Beach Strett. : (DAYTONA and

SAFFORI : CONTEST.: with suitable buildings to carryon "There goes a man who would be through from Tampa, 190 miles, in 12 Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30: and $:* )I 21its! (MIAMI, tLA.Dylcsa .
IN BUSH &
: THE
: :1.\/0 the business of Baking \the only one Justified In changing: hid ira me," sell hours tunning time, without cither engine to 730.:

DAYTONA in town) and restaurant, fruit aud the city salesman. "Ills name li real- or tire trouble, an average of nearly Telephone. 122. I Office EsUibWaiml 1875DR. I

ly i.oe. and John In the bargain; Jt/Ln 1G miles an hour. _'uI -
- 2,441,955 confectionery from which I sell soft .
School I'
Daytona High Doe. Moreover he li,:s a Utcr J:ine.
I :
t 1,851,130 I drinks and soda water from a fine Leaving Tampa the road to Plant City I
: Halifax Rifles. I wonder what kiud of Joke their parents -
1 Hos
''I B. P. O. Elks ... ... ... ... ... ... 1,515,644 fountain; also tobacco, pipes, cigars, were trying to ivrpvtrate COli those u n>o" t excellent. Here the Hatwoods I Daytona I Private

I I. Order Eastern Star. 1,075,945 notions, post cards etc. Sales run helpless! mortals. IW ns a surname country commences, with fair roads to pitalnd Sanitarium

Miss Maggie Morgan .' 224,595 I from between $lOXO( ( and $1.tIIIO! was bad enough; without! n,!tllnz: to t'le: Lakeland. Leaving Lakeland more flat and K\rry care facility of infilcal fur the ami pl'OI'f'rt.-t.-t surglral rftie

Miss Jean Frances Conrad 148,615 per year. with small expenses. Will offense by tacking t u Jotni anti J.;.s' "-. woods is
Colored Industrial School 95,395 trade for property in Daytona or When I first met J.-tr.i !> e 1
85,695 New Smyrna, Fla., or vicinity, or take hU Dam: seri n-y.! I tin>urht' nttncesith stretches of very heavy i ;No 1.I\i.>. lV-&>-h St.. I'nylofcB.l .
Baptist Parsonage l A KL'K'K
t Miss McCann 70,450 part property and part l'ah.: If interested the man who htr4,1t"c. ts v.-a; ; enjoying and alternating wilt: flatwoods through: I Phjblrlan. lnCbrp.-. I

' 50,040 I communicate with owner, I a little pU-a-.jiiiir.i; .!'t may ,expense U.rLoJuncti'n, ll.tincs City, Ia\cn- I
Miss
Glue
Mary or maybe at the eeii ''f J' ht.IK ;
- Rubie Sullivan ..- ... 4.475 A. E. Mcl-eod, P. O. Box I 177 Or- .I *. I smlicd. John !**' did n I port and Loughman, a distance:: of some I DR.I \\'. i\ GOYl A. O'N'CILL I II

Mrs. F. L. Middleton .,. ... ... ... ... 1,525 month Fla, before May 1st. 10\.1'\*). smile. 10 inik-s. Several stream. were forded I

: Daytona Institute _. 1,135 Can e.how"iews of town and building .. 'r n" don't believe I It.: !it? saMJ.cr! of \arjins dq.ths inom,' the water I I DentistOffice. OSTEOPATH

wit. unfortunately It I Ii true. I act the ftmons coming into the bed of the car. From I I

-;,c OUTSIDE OF lAYTONAWilman's 546,950 I'oe.* Loughman the road txcamc harder.'1 ,'."..r IUdg..awl cal Voluil I AntennaSo. BviWiDg,
i
House i
Opera : "Later I met LH sl>trr J.VJP: snl: the and fciir time was made through Kis I .
Ueacla Stntt.
370,890 I i
:, Seabreeze High School_ .. 385,380 I Adjourned Meeting Palmetto Club rest of that parti-: ul.tr lIe fiwiV; simnue to Orlando arrixing at 1 p. in. PHONE S9
Kingston School ,
They assured mime that there nr a 1':1.:1.: for luncheon. -- ,------- -
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M. E. Parsonage, Daytona Beach 124,065 The Palmetto Club held no session her of Does: in town. I rre-ninii tiiercare. I

: Miss Elsie Coates, Daytona Beach 57,945 I Thursday, preferring to lend their but I trust that! : In met ca.ses tno Leaving Orlando tine roads brought : lOllO'L.!. ;'\. 1 D- S. II. GOVE
of Sanford
this fide -
the
Miss Ruby Spaulding, Daytona Beach: 53,785 presence and encouragement in the interest I old folks had sense owurt& : not t'> the party to fury I
3 Seabreeze Congregational Church 49,460 of the race tournament.On christen their cLTsj-rlns; John :JJI1Jane.l'1I" in an hour's time. Leaving Ostecn : Physician and Sl1r JCon. !| Architect Builder and
Yak l'rl''g" behind, good time was made to Enter. :1 I
Miss Beach 33,645 Thursday next they will hold a I Contractor
; AliceDaugh.rty, Daytona I Office and residence: l !;.i Si. I'uigrwood j
BhkcSchoolon ... ..- 12,700 business session, the chief interest being prise and Orange City another stop being I'ulgrwo'Kl Ho.
A ,
1 I A Brave PatientDentist made here Then on through VeI : enue: opp J"l"idcDCe and office, northeast:: corner -
i Ms: Sallie HoIlanJ, Daytona Bach 8,530 the election of officers. (to assistant think I heart I ;.30 tel. Phone 1;j. Office hours: 9 t", Hidgewood and Volusiaaxe.

. t, Miss Jennie Murray, New Smyrml. 7,045 Other matters of importance will be I a patient In the waiting room. ..halstantYE'S. Land, reaching Daytona at from coastto p. m 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and G.30: to fc p. m. i{ Phone &::1. Daytona, Ida

t" Ormond School 2,170 up for discussion, and it is hoped there 1 I but 1 can't bring; Mm.tnlie' after coast.a mo.enjoyable trip ..'......................... I "" "" .." ..,I.,,
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Go to : KKR WITNESSED BY THOUSANDS.It General Demand -LN THE ,-

Well-Informed of the World has .
of the .

I I CONRAD .GROCERY CO. t A Running Reference To SomeOf always been for a simple pleasant and BUSH cSi SA\ / I ORI) CO.-

" h The New Buildings And Cars Decorated..in Various Ways efficient liquid laxative remedy of known I I It.

..1 Enterprises.Never value! ; a laxative which physicians could PIANO

l .: for your Pet (Cream) Milk, (0) small cans for 25e, : in the history of Daytona bathe Displaying- Artistic Skill and !auction for family use because its component CONTES'l'I.I.I I.. .
known to them to be
i prospect for a season of unprecedented Refined Taste. L parts are I These votes cast for...
to go on yourtoasted beneficial in effect,
and
in the building line wholesome truly
prosperity I
' : Corn Flakes Post oasties, : been so promising as at the present. Chairman The parade Wedte'day was a success J'acceptable to the system and gentle, yet ; I Each issue of the Gazette-News will pnblish ne of these coupon !o
White worked enthusiastically
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Ift The outlook for new buildings ef a character prompt, in action. > It must be voted within peven days. March 13' 1DOO. '
I e to make it so and it is no fault of his I )
t, i Triscuit, all at 1 lOc each. : I Ii \ which inspire! confidence in the that more were not in the picturesque i i;I In supplying that demand with its excellent -#..e.elo."C Q4Ya 9diC39 CtM Iia4000. -1
futuregrowth and of of and
stability permanencyof combination Syrup Figs I
:" i Puffed .Jce, Wheat Berries, I3C., 2 for 2sc. : this city and its suburban settle procession.scene It and was could a beautiful have been and made inspiring i|I i! Elixir of Senna the California Fig Syrup t -- rf'

I : S. W. Biscuit and Quaker Oatmeal. 2 for 2 E.-\ : ments.' more spectacular' than it was had everybody Co. proceed along ethical lines and relies I ryiyJJ e rFAMO 3D
)Itonrfs: to the amount of $50 000 for a t
entered Into the pll''unwith on the merits of the laxative for its remarkable -
4 : Cream of Wheat Breakfast Food or works have heed Issued tbeI'I'
Kalstwn
. :- : water plant \! right spirit and aufficiert enthusiasm success. Just asThey ,
B ; work on a water t
and begins soon
: Petit John at 15e each. : ,i I Those who entered heartily into the I That is one of many reasons why 4ltti

t!: :. Kumford- Baking Powder, 1 pound can 2b('. : works ity and system guarantees Nothing permanency so gives as!('cur-i this I I i I i spirit artistic of_and the thing pleasing produced effects some and their very I,I :Syrup the preference of Figs and by Elixir:the of Wellinformed.To Senna is given. J A ;

expenditure. j i cho
efforts to apprf1iateJ.1 I. clj(>
i i please were duly Growire a
: The Conrad Grocery Company The Elks will this summer build a get its beneficial effects always'buy
:; F : There were frequent outbursts of applause 1 II
i handsome new home and at the same I! the gPnuiumanuractured by the Cali- }Fine-,1 Cune> d Goods ia (lie fond
as the procession moved through
I"i ffiI : E. T. Conrad & Co's. old stand. .. time a splendid new opera house this I the streets and avenues of the three I{:j I forma Hg Syrup Co., only and for sale 40 V Ant TlC&A STYLES IN TIN fiLAU
to cost $30.000. This is a master i Price cenU
building
; .....N.............................................. i cities Daytona: Daytona Death and) j| by all leading druggists. fifty S I
I stroke toward permanency and a Seabreeze. j j,I I,T bottle. FRUITS Right off the Trees ,
I Y. guarantee ot greater things yet to come. __ .
sr. There
were three prizes and three 1
1H. ; 1:4 .NNN. 21.......o t.*e...101**....*.*.*f*.IN01..fi 1N The ?3.;,000 school building comes in times three beautifully decorated cars Phillip E. RoSimon. Architect
:, the nature of a big advance stride and, v National Bid',
that ranked right urf in dis- VEGETABLES
touching Fresh from the Farm
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like these other institutions! shows the Havanimh. la.1T i I
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tanee; of the to[>-not
} r i r i THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY/ O ,I outside-world to that slay D.iytona is like Gibraltar -I The first trophy was captured by Mr. I! ''NMI 1I!"; h'" 'lil/, /'.",,1:1': Buimaloms.In YIorIJa .
Pavan Houvf.Tropical
I,I It ii i practically settled that one of and Mrs. Murray It. Aultman in a : liar i FISH I Wriggling i from the Water. 1 1I
e' Buick. Their car was resplendent in I dens) I
DitUona's: best hotel will add another .
ifliotrnp; and was greatly admired) by Boston ti
r 1 dyf !! huudre-J rooms in an effort to accommu I a !>savannah I,
will deliver l gasoline without 11! date the swarming ttaousandsthe ma- everjbody. They captured the first i '1_ 1 Tsm ". I I
trophy which was offered by the Daytona | FINEST CANNED IN Tit WORLD. II
i of whom Daytona U a match- -- .
I jonty say -
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' I any charge for delivery at f; ;j KM Florida city and here they want to Miss Daily Jessie News Drown revelling in luxuriant 50 VARIETIES IN TIN AND GLASS. 1i

't : spend the host part of their time. r 1p
: green, captured the second prize, THE GIMOODfcEABREEZE. % .

i any point in Daytona, Sea i I and Private contracts residences H for are others now still.under way offered by U. II. Ix>sesne. The decoration FOR SA.LE-- BY >.; t,

was very striking and elicited many i t
breeze Beach Or ; | On the other side of the river a new exclamations of pleasure and approval I I LA. 1 I.
y Daytona Clarendon. i is to arise at a cost of $ .- L. LYMAN. ,
all along; the line of march. .. r
(H>0. It will be fireproof this time and :"\R WS1'OI'FiCE SCHOOL ANU SHORE.MODFKN r'j t

i niond Port mean a great deal to Daytona in givinglife Miss Hessie Bingham drove Cadillacto I .- -- t f
or Orange. Quality i victory. This car was very strikingin HOUSE == == =-= =-. -- '-- i
and other institutions and
presaging t
red, white and green This prize was: all .............N.N.N.N...es' I : ...0.. t.....1....i. .
a and quantity guaranteed. i I. enterprises. given by the Florida last: coast Auto- Hlectric Lights, Telephone EI EI
t l It i is estimated that in Seabreeze and
r*, mobile Association. Mrs. F. J. Xiv Conveniences.
M. ELLA DE VOY CO.LADIES'
DiiVtoua 'U-ath fifty new homes will be i ,
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t Call Oflice I Phone 128 f erected be.ore another reason comes and tied this car but in a "toss" Miss Bessie: lOll"; "IK. IU\TIMi. H!' IIIX U, l\TMINC. t
was declared the winner. Both these 4
I hills Transfer 77 S !goes.This' cars were !great favorites and were many ,......t"hlllt"t.-, ,.r M.-BM.II. : HATTERS i ] 4.<
: I is: certainly a vary gratifying. situation
gY Warehouse (JO : and those who have built or times cheered along the route. C. F. BOWIE, Proprietor. I Correct in Styles. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. ; aa
II. C. Thompson's Peerless was radiant : No C South )Beach Strwt. l'ay'tong. 1 t

: Kerosene Oil Delivered] liy Tank \\'II/rUIl. i have who pin interests their here faith to well Daytona feel elated and in green and poiueettas, and many 'rum :nrniUT Jflrf ', t."... tw April fl, !"*" ...................................................... : t a
may t
i thought he would be In the count but bya .. .
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t over the bright outlook for the future. u
a Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils. misunderstanding he failed tn show (
i : I If this keeps up the Daytona district at the club house. up .\ .\1'1111:;' I..". HirrrL: Ii('IIrvALlas !.....; .....................10$03S..4 t4.N..NNr1t.. 1

........................,.4........ .....e1.1.NI.1t aiuthcr will double five her present population in There were about 50 cars in the p:ir- C..1\1I cr",,'. :\"w J"r..y. : LING WAHCHINESE & J .

years. ode, and there might as well have been 1Y
A new concrete bridge across tne Halifax :
FUUT-CLASS t
three times this: number. The procession Y
is a question of only a short time 1e
spread out a mile long and was viewed The I
t ............"...eeea..HHNH.... .....HH.... and next probably a belt electric line. by thousands. Morgan, I LAUNDRY i | c.

All the things will come and manyof f
They left the city hill on Bench streetat .
you old gray heads will !see it too. OlK.NKi: "'.\I.M .:TTH AM: 214 North Beach Street, DAYTONA. FLORIDA.Stiff k .

I Day Electric Current I - 9:45 prescribed: a. m. and line were of march.an )hour The coveringthe parade \'0lrslAVKM'KH: ::"" : ... : bosom !'hirt. uplrn frnnt..I 12 '!! Night. shirts: ..... .........,._..............10White .t a' f.1.

and it shirts J ...... .......................10 I \\n.ln I SMrta....._.... -...1-......-10 II
was gr.atly enjoyed, was not I .
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ii ,yA 600D ROADS IS THE WATOTORD.SenatorMorgan the least of the interesting features offered I DAYTONA. fXA. i Check shirts_. ........ .............. . 8Xew I Uiid*.n>l:irts..............._ ..._....... S /.II.

RKK Daytona'isitors during! this goodyear shirts._...............................13: Drawers....................... ............ .8 11'. 4

I of 1809. II. M. MANW1I.LKK. riCOPKIETOIS{ I Shirts collar attained........... ........13 S.Hd.c, per pair.................,.........._.. .3 ...

1 This will give i t the citizens of Daytona, \ Says Road Should --. ----- ; Collars. each............. .....................21 Ilatldkerrhefs............ .......-.-. 3 $ II.

He Built From JacksonvilleTo I -- -- --- : Cuffs per pair.......... ........ ....... .... 5 Silk Handkerchiefs.............._ 4 !, <4 1<
Entertained At CarJs. I
eahltoul Daytona) Beach 1 I -an opportunity I I LOW TIDES on the BEACH : Also Ladies( Clothes at rorresiKJiuling) prices, II
Miami.A 1
One of the pleasantest social events of \ "
the, season that of Monday afternoon :N .................e+9. .t.t6t.. 8. .e+.........i+i /..
was
Times-Union interviewed D.y.1 .
to operate reporter FES.-r SIAR. APt( .
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i W. J. Morgan as the big race promoter when Mesdames Ilocne :Shugert; nIh I- IIII tf

passed through the metropolis for tbis and Hartje entertained a numlxT of =-1-= :Joju..1.: .. U1... ...IO:.i5._ .

Saturday. the sub, ladies at cards at the handsome winter .., ... ...11 :4:1.{: .. ...10::21.. _.11 :30._ FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
. Electric Pans, Nat Irons, Machines\ i city Touching upen home of II. II. Iloene on North Ilidgf ... 3... ...127... ...11:18. ....1209._
jest of better roads for Florida Mr. Mor- I ... ..... ...12:30.: .. ...I.0L; _..1.4.._ .
E' 0 gan is quoted as saying: wood avenue. I ... 5... ... 1:12... ..12:10.: ... 1:1S.: I LOCAL TIME CARD No. 77. Effective January S. 1909
I "1 also notice that Fernandina wantsa The spacious hall and rooms were .. G... ... 1 12... ...12-17.: .. ... I ,.1S.r:2 ._ ..
HUll of various kinds. I' ... .. ._ Jia. 990.I 35 j| So. 33 I l'Io.9! No. 78 i I0. 74 No. M I Ka sa
The .
motors operating road to Jacksonville and that one is decorated with roses and nasturtiums. ... 7... 7. 1:30..20.: MAI>? LINE 'I| +
to be built from Augustine to Jack Bridge was the played and there I ... S... ... 3:0.: ... ... 2:0.: ;... ... 2.52.: DAILY J DAILYiDAILitnAILy i, ;| |I DAILY' DAILY DAILY I DAILY ..
l> i sonille. Fernandina would benefit game i ... 9... ... 3:10..2:37.. _. 3:25... 9 so i>ra 3 JO pm ,10 OU am': 7 JO ire Lr J i twin Ille ".! 7 i pmArj T 40 J.oIUI i 15- j i 3J am .
; of motors by, fleetricity is clean greatly by such a road and during my were eight tables. Mrs E. T. Merrill ...10... ... 4:).>... 3:10.: .. 4:07 It to Jo 49 pm 538 4 60 pm 11 It 57 10 am I 18 9 41 00$ am ''IY .st.Awr'i.tine '.. 6 10 pni oJtoJ pin,I10 42 na i I 17 06 .m 4

3 fi talk with the board of trade in that secured the first prize. A Japanese cream 4 I j ...1 p'" ... 4:47.: .. 3:46...._ 4:55... pm. pm6"w"pm* 1 2*> am pin ._....am.... l.t I r UiHelOr.1 fast: I'aUtk* .6...li_ .pm.. & 44 I'BI t.9...47..am...i.;, .li...ua4Wpm' ... .4
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t I charming little city about the matter and sugar set; Mrs. L. O. Smith won the I ...1,_... ... oJ:...1....... 4:27.: .. ._ 55i.: : i'ai'im I5ipm1127emL.Orm.ml..I.r :aw: .>1". 3 M pm''! 8 :II am I, 432am
and t.t1. Ask 1 about the I ... r. : ... .. _. 1 M am 7 0* pm742pm t 4. pin 1140amJipiuLr 1.1'....I"-YOUa: .. L: : | I 4 If
('UIWIII ns cost. i even ministers of the gospel were pres- second price, a beautifully embroidered J ...13... : L. 5:15.: 7:05.:( 2 20 am 2 ?' 321pmI3Ilpml821tin! am 1i
tnt. But what really is wanted just as ...l1... ... ;:4.;... ... 6:12.: -. 5:19._. 3 U am: 835 pm 3 20 pm pm:: 130 pm:::: I.T :NVwSmtrna.1 Uav\ ,iliv:. t:1:|' 2 l :47 e1 pm ': 3 11 pm: I 8 6 j W J am im |13 T 45 28 :m
bag and the third prize, a fancy Ilt'lt. .... .. I .. ... ... .... ...... 211 j m i
bad in the way of a road is one frontJacksonville ...1..... S)2 ... 7:17.9:28.: it pot 1.1'1' !47 ..'...
fell to Mrs. A. B. Foster. Very artistic'I'I .. ,.... tl:11....... ... _.10:32... I tS am 9 pm I 7 pm 2 15 JIm Lv.Rockle"re..L.! \ 11 43 IS am' 141 am
clear S:2. ... ..
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through to Miami .16.; ... .. ... .. ........... 2 51 I 16 I.
I'm Lv.-Fan: C.aU: Lt IJ l1J \ .... ........
which could be known as the Honda Japanese place card were u.'ed. ...17... ...107....... 9:33..11... .... .... ....... '......... S 'U I'm Ly.. )1..lbc"'frtE': .Lc It M ........ $ ........
Adam Sclianlz {Electric Light Plant liver: Road, which should skirt the East Quite a number of friends in I .1s. ...11 l :52... ...10::J3.......11 ::51.., 6 O'l.m 1120 .' .1' 60 pm r. 00 I'm Ly ...FL fierce ...1.\10) iS am 11110. 4 2Q.m.i 11Il p. : came j 7 50 .m t ('8 7 :u 7 19 .
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i .. I'm I.m Ar.W.Petm4r.eh I 750 em' a 4. all 9 2O.m 00 .
Cua tCnual the Halifax and Indian riv about four o'tkx and joined the card I> ...19... .l2:01..11:27..12:43.: : 8 (I.'l.m' ........ 810 pm 72,. I'm Ar .1 aim P.eaeh. I v, i :J.m 930 am ...... ,19! 40 pm pm e.
rs. and be the greatest winter drivewayin ...20... ...).1255..11:45..1:12., : 1050am 32Oam10:5pm10i:: ipm.tr..uiaiat..I.e. I43am .
the world. Of course, a good many players in the delicious refitment: | ...2I.I .. ... 1:15..l2:37..1.I <-):00... 11 2Q.m .f.m ..... ......... Ly ... lIaml......Ar.: .. ..,.... .71'sam,710am........ .I;all50.m. 500Pm 6 Wpm t t.
: IIto: : I'm ...... .. ...... ..t..........IAr. .n"m.'t'HII..I.\' .......... ......... .
: : I' I. (U'NX! leneral; ( sectiousofthe road Rrealn'l&dy completedespecially which! were served following the game.The I I. ...?!... ... 2t.: ... ... :30....1'.. 252.: I I31pm 8 n am ....... .........''A: GmKiie b.......... .......... 9fpm3117pm. 1
,. '' '. Manager... I from Palm Beach to Miami Clarendon orchestra furnished music [ ..."-3... ... 3")7.. ... '-):1"...'''' 3:35.: I I.III.m: 70" am ...... ...... ...Ar KuIICht..cy' 1\ .... .. ... ......ItOOpmitloym, ) ;| 1t.
and! Oriuotid As I 4.)7. 425. I BWpm\ .... \": :&11.5": ,8. I .
i Irons to Uotkledge. soon 24. 3:07.: ( Co.Ar lirrweat.-Ltlih.AOSi.Lbl.:.. 1
00 ........1M..'..,... iA/3 1QN.ti te16t1>61b.lii@.id, N MA biuh a read is built the "East Coast of during the afternoonbieh was ade-';' :::25.::: ::: 5:12.:; ::: .:' 3:57..1.:::i::: 5:17.: I .. .. ...-:.430pm YUP.AO.lK.Crt.Ar! : .Un.". .. 1."lIt&I'.* U'oI.o..uOO..: 1 i.Swam. .....:. .1'1 /..

I Florida will be teeming with carriages lightful one for all present. ...26... ... lA17... ... -1:47..1.: .. 0:1: _... 'Daily ticept SniMlay. Trains cJo n..t-t..l lHo ls at which no time Uiho>.n. j e 1.
-_ __ horseback riders and automobile drivers.1'rop --- .- ...27... ... ::.12... .., .J3..I.... 7:12.: .. : I! .
w erly would jump up in value and .2S.! ... 8:9i... 6-13.: .. ... 8:12. I -- \L\TK.\ /USr.1I/ 1 (
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I Mr. I lagler would have to doubl track :9..m.: 7:.Js..1., .. 9:10... Lea.. Ent EAST- PALATK.TO- i Anise L.TKATO
.. .j) m .tDCffi ) @' m (j\j ,, his railroad in order to double the trafficpasMngor : Celery Goes By The Car. ...30... .'. ...... ....... :.) ..10:01... I Peiatke I PALATICA Palalkt 11\e \ 6AS ir'h'eI.' ..",

I \ p and freight as good roads i isthfbest Tuesday Manager W. F. Holmes of the! ...3l..1..L.. U 3..1.............. _J I --A -AKA 1'.I.tka e
"", A.. D. HcHRlUEfrctldcat J. W. CUMfAUkePrc: I'. N.c''tl.1J' V 5 20.10 _.._.
N0./1
feeder for railroads. MI1y.54)e !S ......_ 4:
possible Li.m: No. 41 ...__. j
( \' .. Ca liirr ( 1 did not down build Truckers and Fruit (Iro\v -rs' Association --I I 8 5) .m ...._No. 48 llally _.__., 6 'IJ eau 6 as aWl .. _...s2 -II llalty' ......... 6 7 OIi.m 10.m <<
Uuwt'\'u..1 rOt'1.lIIon IM'ty.
come to and afternoon ?
I tides are a 4O.m ..._.No. 60 Daily ..._.... 911 ..._._.. f
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.n' ti a. tl l..iI, .........
roads tliii time, but to conduct another bent out a car of celery. It was proximately at the same hour. ap-I 9 M am ._.So. 62 l'A1I1 ....._.. "fi: am 1t..1P. .........No.: A3 .._... 9'1..m <,
llaly: 1I1iO.m ..
I MERCHANTS BANK 1 3IlKAXril tournament at Daytona, in which I have started at Lake Helm and finished hereby mobiles em: be driven on the beach 12 05 pus ._._.,.s0. 51 llall'...... 122I'm 301"... ..._..No. 6u .'.it;....... :I N Jim .
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I'm No. 56 Iwily. 4 10 4 Ii _. ....._..
been "t.1 Xo. :
the Florida paw .i
: loyally supported by Mr, Holmes.e terday the l local flours after high title and within two 6 so NR 5s l'aml ....... 6 "" fI.ly 6 p; Jim ,.
y. 10
( OK \'UI.:41."unlit' l\NK: > ) laj lliist tona Coast citizens.Automobile" Astotiation! and association sent nit another> car hours of high tiilf. I, 115.5 t: ::...::\260: Daily:: :....:.12 li min ten Ii t N N : :::::: \\. U Iraily Lally.: : ,':'.:: g N 4015) pm: tc tc

Capital Stoch.... .......... .. .. ......................4 50,000)( ( C6> All of which the (:llzt'tte-Xe\'Illwartily' These shipments will be followed by I .SANMViFollt1Ni: ; t
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SurJ.lus:md Profits ........... .. ....... ............... ;.;,I G.t ; sanctions and predicts that such happy other car !ots at intervals till the hulkof: I Leave 11": EAST-PAL.4TKA-- TO .\rrIH.I'oI i>tl.eareStn!! SAN >LnnTn- EAST! \rrheKad- .<..

I Four pt-r cent interest paid on :-\nill-'S\ accounts and Time Certificates I results will come faster than many peo- the crop is bllipJlloJ. That Mission DiningjI _Palatka J SAN MVTEO- Mateo: |II j :Mete, PALATK: Palalk/ fc<

;l of Deposit i Xo notice lequired for u'1 thd rawals. t pie anticipate. This has been a very prosperous season 7 45 am I..........;:49 Dally ...... .. 8 W am 1 8 n am _... .- :5.)- ._.'; a :t"t-: ..:
.r J Editor C. II. Walton of the East with the truckers and but for thelittle I II 3 :25 pm ,........ .No. 6.1: balmy ......... :3 IS l-iu 4 3 :arm .......-.. i4 Jinily IialtyNo. ......... 4 U pra r
: Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent. I l'oa Advocate, never loses an pinch which hurt the tendertri I I .
oppor-
: stuff about the first of It! "o. 250 I Ii0.f 19 \.. ., X... .
tunity to put m a good word for better February would t n.oDI"ISu.onl,1! salty' .. :tu a.1'' )IAPORTDK\CII IS N0. 2U! Kos 2'1 .
@m ID @ roads. His last issue devoted good hale been a tremendously big !season i i Room Suite -j' I hilly !Ilcr.only: Dilly .
spaceto i"QI
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As it is the truckers have tio 2 .to ..., 11.1' .... \r'131J amt I'a0 I.m 5.u pro
G I the subject. The following is a sample kiiktom-j I'm 10 l bO.m pm II 10 ahl 1.v .bl. .....'h... Ia 1i.tJ.m I Jlim 419n! .
216 JIm 1056 .m I 6 16 J'III 8 JIj am Lr ..Allanlk' 'Ik'IU h ....... I
ing. I .I.Ii I II I am 1:1 1:1: 4 II
his editorial
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.t "On another pace of this: issue we reprint I I : I Dpi,Is" I Dati, o..c Cit, Er.eckls! r 4 pulps.. f n..1 .. 8.71,
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an article from the Daytona Daily I IN OUR! WINDOW I Ii I 1
frV fe I' 800 i.e. .,... '
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S361OOO.ao FOR FLORIDA JIm tm II. 4'1200
; o'u 7 I" 3ffat ,.,
l I Pt --i'r"f'Ifr'1"f"1"t"1"1"/1"1"1. '1"1"r"t"tk Xewsou the completion of their good 1 10 I'm '1000 am L'.._LM.SeW.Lr 11 16 alll 5 n J"'I,pm 1i 1131) alii ILv..Tlt'.\ ile.: rf,.410 ire
roads stem* to the Urevard county lm<>.. I .4.. _2n pm u) 30 ..10Lo .n._ ear .L.. It 1M eta>> .50 I I"m ... .. r..aauor.J...... .. .. I. I.. W......... t
I I At the last meeting of the Urevard RIRR i !.I.1n IO1iem I IrOmmeltJ..L. tlr0an IT Lm _._.' _" ....... .. .. .
f San Mateo t .county commissioners they received no- Co.M. +eao.. ..d. at M.uet with r. a o. s. S. Co. i.r N.wa.. e.Co. ...;....- ; t
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: Cigars I the from the commissioners of Voluaia'county Twenty-four Foot Channel from .d. ., 1..lahte 11:., wi iall !. k O.r.. S. Co. fr xer 1yeN .nJ II........ C..... i

;: that they would notify them ......T.... :TIME TABLES ...., ter awn ..... .., ... ir it
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: '! when they were ready to have the twoi Jacksonville To Sea Is i I ...14...1 wit--repY.Ja11..; Mr rKr Cor.m..1 M dep.n.re,., .. .10. "..............cI ie e..M'd.oI......."'... _..d_d.._...(:..p..r
i I boards meet together to make arrange- ur del.r M oRK"Yewy .nll 'irt""UlR.

I Have Made i iA i mints for the completion of the con- Assured. i fOR Cory OF Time LOCAL TL'IE CARD OR 0 I NCR I\1'RMATION: Q.lTill'-: -:: .
"K.I.ET: ( N I
r I between the J. D. RAHNER 4 ; .. s
Inectingliuk two counties. .MM.M GCMT.! P. e AUCUiTlNH.:
FUJRIP
1! >o far x) good but do not let the matter Captain George K. Spaulding engineer ft
rest here They should get togetherand I in charge of this district of the ;
BargainTheBillghaIll&MaIeyCO.
IYI Reputation of i I have this roadway fixed before ej 4 United States Engineering ('orl'lI.ith : ?4 i.
I o.t rl&iny'f'athd sets in. \\hoop it up; i
n j headquarters in Jutk.n\ir, !! has received ; )
I Ilnither
Fitzgerald, we are with you tillthe t
Their i! road i is built. official information from 11'a-h- sI + .

Own. I ington that appropriation of $:{t>;.OlO .,I r
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I I M. F. Ludeking, of Jacksonville, had been authorized and available for i .

'', The success of the San Mateo( Cigar is one of I f I I is i assisting i 0..1. Burnett in histailoring I the improvement and mainttnuue \ I FXPRt55 fi

of rivers and harbors in Florid 'e
the greatest indi :- trial triumphs of the lalstl'oaSt: establishment! during the 1 PREPAID
I Y : rush h of work. The St. Johns River gets 130,000 )Indian

}i'lce the freeze. I Rivers get J37.000. Emporium.

I ', Judge 15. F. I bach, who has beenat I The Secretary of War has authorize i y,

\Iadd from the clioia growths of tolutvo that the ivjiinsul j ,; the I Daytona_ Hospital and Sanitar- I' preliminary examinations! and surveys ,_ r I IE \tt,

,i of Klnr'ul.1' & and the I-laiid of t ('uha can produce, :and \\ '- ;; hunt for treatment, is again at hisIlay j[ to be made in many Florida localities :'Roses and Ornamental

1 li.tl l with Iho rich silky leaf par 'nn 1.11 1-Ji.st: Coast p'3J1talil'Jls, i I street home, although still far ,' The St. Augustine harbor is to be looked; # 1

from well. over with a view to the! :
constructing
th > c.iL.rtr i : industry of the world has Jlt'\rrrrodut'd hotter ods. ;
gt { necessary sea walls and to provide Hi- ue
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l Fur alrt li)* all the leading holds I and clubs and} l by the Union I i Dr. \\. C. Chowning of IIaw- |;,. foot channel 300 feet wide from the city Shrubbery. 'x y I

Xows Ciuupaiiy on every train (.nlt.riug' Florida : thorns, arrived Monday and was to the sea.Mosquito. All !q 1L !1) DEINFRED Fos
the best varieties of
the winter blooming .
r. quest of Dr.) J. E. Rawlings at ,,
:: -Twenty sizes, styles and grades to select from.POR 1! his home on Volusia avenue during Inlet is to be exauimid 1 grafted Roses adapted to Florida; I .

the automobile races. with the probability of a good Uniting also other ornamental plants, trees and I .ig .t -- I29

SALI BY ALLManufactured 1)rAl.l'idS. channel from the ocean to New :Smyrnaand hruhlo'ry11 pants guaranteed. |

f, fly : Ir. and Mrs. C Weibering, of the Indian river is be deepend 1 Grounds: prejkiretl and plants cared for. '

i Cleveland! Ohio, who are stoppingat from Ft. Pierce to Snails Point. CHAS.
BLUM & COMPANYAGENCY
SW SAN MATEO I the Riverside pleased with It J. B. HINSKY
ROWLFY are so I is proposed to give Jacksonville a : ,
9 FLORIDA 1 1'\ rST: KKKWINU TO
laytonathat they are contemplating thirty-foot channel to the sea and vari-j

i tlitl lrrll hl a&.....1..1.. .&.....1.0.i,.Iu lu L tL IWtl tJlilrihl I renting a cottage and spendingthe I aouadiagv will be made uu the Gulf "THE PINES: l' Blue Ribbon Beer. and Lewis 66hiskey

summer here. bide of the p ei.iuaula. I S.)ulb Hiilgewood eve. Dajtooa. Head for IVW LWt. IACKSON\'IL1.K, ILL


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