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The Daytona gazette=news
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Ormond gazette=news
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Daytona gazette news
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Ormond gazette news
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Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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February 9, 1907
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United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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The Gazette-News of Daytona began publication in the 1890s and continued until January 26, 1901. On that date, it was succeeded by the Daytona Gazette-News, also known as the Ormond Gazette-News. This successor newspaper ceased publication in about 1922. Both papers covered news of traffic up and down the Florida coast. The St. Johns and Halifax River Railway, later renamed the Florida East Coast Railway, reached Daytona--present-day Daytona Beach--in 1886, a decade after the city had been incorporated. Daytona proved to be a new American city for the new American Century. With the railway’s arrival, Daytona’s proximity to the ocean made it a premier tourist destination. The history of racing in Daytona is also well documented, beginning with car races along the beach, followed by more organized races inland on oyster shell and later asphalt speedways. The newspapers also reported on the use of automobiles for stumping the state politically. Finally, researchers can find references to the activities of Florida transportation and tourism pioneer, Henry Flagler.
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Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Ceased in 1922?
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deuce district. These additions to what J j NEW' the engagement: of her daughter. Miss! Ci
are already constructed will be the city'sgreatest ;i Maude, to T. Grotjan Ronald. DIVISION

drawing card. I favor bonding !; I II Is II I The health of the bride elect was :i

the city for a reasonable amount to re- j! drank amid expressions: good wishes OR SEAT REMOVAL

.. tallish water works and drainage t>ytemj *- -I R. 33 E. R. 31 1 E. > >% '." ft. 32 E. ;. from all (present, among whom were

fc 'rVTv I' M-Mliinr ll I'..II liny: Cl.trk. (d'R
to MOn ; the former for fire protection if i I rrv PC'

Questions Affecting; the Materialand practicable to install for that purpow satwedh rr. \. |.itikst! (''Mara. <;ir ,. tiinsra: 15. F. Is the Dilemma Now Confronting Dc-

f .And' ,,,. Misses Md.Irrtlll.iriiMin
only; and drainage cjMetns to take rare ll.ith.LS: : Sentiment
-Overwhelming J
Welfare of the
of the -ulfal" water during the rainy Ii Hint Lucy IKxily. "( Kocklid I

People of Daytona. and stormy weather periods instead of I ::i.; lr.J...."-., \\'. C.1.: PaUrr31ltl Ii i for Either Proposition. lj

It is meet and proper that the views I depending on open ditches and canals. \:-".. T. 1 H. PucLett "f C, 'oa. The bride That Yolusia County will be divided ,

'. of candidates for office on all Ques- Xo matter who is elected I wish to see agood ,-. I'' elect !gracefully 1..1..1| l amid many I or the county seat: moved to Daytona

tions affecting the city's interests should business council elected. :.\ blu>lw>,,. now seems a certainty. J. R. Cole has

be familiar to every voter before theyare F. T. PECK. A photograph wa immlgo.r the guestsas I just returned iron a trip through the

elected to the positions to which Candidate for City Treasurer: I have ; they sat at the table. precincts of Spring Garden and Olifton,

they aspire. The sagacious businessman always been in favor of bonding rhe city i Tgn.ulra l qtr The remaining hours of the afternoon I where he has been circulating petitions. t

invariably puts an applicant for a for any reasonable amount for the pur- .. wire slant in social enjoyment and lie secured thirty-three names to a petition -

pose of installing water works and sewerage music. addressed to the Legislature asking! .
position through labyrinth questioning -
so ad to form some stable judgmentof systems and see no reason to .. Mr. Ronald w one of the leading business that the county be rut in two; and

the applicant's fitness capacity and change my mind now. We need the ,,a xlN 11.1.' ., rt TO A" I"CIt.t men of Cocoa and enjoys the confidence thirty-two names to another petition

honesty to fulfill the duties be will I water for fire protection as well as sew- and respect of all who know him addressed to the board of county com

be expected to discharge when the erage purPoses. Miss Maude is next youngest daughter missioners asking that a special electionbe

i W. G. HOBS, of Senator and Mrs. Hardee and is called to vote on the question of removing -
occasion arises for him to act on his own ::\ .:
Candidate favor I ..: one of the most talented! and lovable
responsibility for the best interests of for Collector: I would a g : tI. the county seat.

his employer. For this reason a bonding the city for a reasonable \ ? young ladies in Hocklevige. !, having a w. D. Bradshaw circulated a petition

Gazette-News reporter assumed the role amount for the purpose of putting in S ... host of friends and admirers. calling for division of the county in the !

water works and sewerage system r ... Mr. Ronald U to be congratulatedupon precincts of Seville Pierson and Barber-
of a, Paul Pry during the week< and .I J P .
I t'
butted into the circle of candidates who which I consider are important needs. I -e- t e .7 having won so beautiful and accomplished ville. He secured fifty-four signatures.The I

wish to preside over the destinies of \\'. W. ABERCROMBIE. P 1 c ', 7, a daughter of our Southland. names secured constitute a majority .;

Daytona for the ensuing year. While Candidate for City Collector: I certainly I I l of the registered voters in the precincts

the gentlemen; interviewed were all more favor bonding the city for a reasonable i JN --r ,. t.-" t .r ,, l(,{t.. ,q., n" Have Yon Registered? named. I

or less about committing themselvesto amount for the purpose of putting in The petitions will be circulated in all
coy I. There are yet a great many tligiblcs
all enthusiastically water works-arid sewerage, especially as tfer precincts of- the (county and on the
any specific policy are in Daytona whose names do not appear
enlisted for the advancement and I we need<<1 the water for tire protection as I I s' r t t r""s on the municipal registration books. coast: section will be signed almost unan-
improvement of Daytona and will work I well" i : -' .. \ "ria I The fact that a separate<< registration is imously. 1is conceded that many
' : GEORC.H F. SMITH 0 more signatures will be secured in the ;
along conservative lines<< to that end. i required for the municipal elections and
i 1 Candidate for Assessor: I am in favorof I interior precincts, and many promiaent
The result of interviews follow\ .
our : the State and county elections seems<< t ibr
: reasonable bond Issue for waterworks citizens! of the interior section of the
: confusing t., a great many |>crsont.
': and sewerage. I know it must county are lending their efforts to pro
Then again there are a great many who
11 W. GREEN, j i come soon. 1 do not believe in being Lj.. I t mote the
Ilanot qualified by paying pull tax or
f [ in the and think | Another will be held the
extravagant matter 31 meeting at
1 t !
Candidate fur Mayor: My interests are H133 E.1 a:m. o A securing exemption certificates, as the
the lends! should run for 9 long periodof 0 Armory in short time to the
a give campaign
Identified with those or Daytona, and I I : ..a..... may !1)(,. 1 If you have been in Florida
time--say thirty or forty years. committee an opportunity to report -
everything! tending to advance the material EDMONDSO'X I lor two years it will be necessary to
W. H. I \ E4-J its .
welfare r>f the city Int't"tmy! ; It s i-a hold' (Mill tax receipts for the years 1'JO.i\ progress.TEACHERS' '
t I
Candidate for Assessor: I am in favor of lyw, :
hearty approval. I believe the main and !I'M! *;. If you are :5."V year of age.
reasonable bond issue for waterworks!
thing now is to elect officers! ho are I"I"a ''f4- q'I 9 }"u are rntitlcd to an exemption certificate / -
I I am in favor of doingeverything ,I sx !
abreast with the times arid nil! work in sewerage. ; .>r if you have Ixrn in Florida but
that along that une. rx' I
w eon
harmony :and unison for the upbuilding. "'A one rear you will require an exemption: '
I Should have fire' at the time '
we a present
and interests of Daytona. 1 lielievein I 1 t-itifn-ate for the year 1\10.! ; young men ASSOCIATION
: it might incur untold damage our t I II
improving our streets and keeping them \ f 1J '. just t.t..tIIling..f age this year aLs, re- i
: present unprotected position.MINSTRELS rye tr f1
in and I will 1
good (condition fa\nrany I I Ie gaiiCC'sCtoptioncertificates. These rerlifit *

feasible system of lire protection that V I / lie 'urd by to
ales eaii writing '
I t
Of >oluM* County Will] Be in Session
will come within the means of the C ity. J'lhn \VeMien-ll, supervisor of regMtriition -
I certainly hall never bland in the way : AT -- whopc |H.stoIIicf address i is DeLIIK for 'hree Days at DC Land Next

(if any measures which the majority of .GE. !. 1Vhrnwritingt' Uetherell Week The Program.The .
the consider for the advaii'i-inr hi I OPERA HOUSE. ,
people I- Mire to enclose a stamp.The .
i of Daytona.DH.. What Shall It Be Called, "Atlantic, "Halifax" "FlaglerSTOCKHOLDERS ?- city registration; l ls.k' are pc-n Yolusia County Teachers' Association -
will meet in annual session at
I E. I.. :STEWART. lit lit lit at tllO" ,ty hall even *liuntil five
DeLand next week beginning their deliberations -
I stand fur I 'Hatflel4'8 Minstrels, Will I I "','hl( k -Hi 'the sCToml day pm'eedingeUitMin. ,
Candubte: for
Mayor: public Donnelly
improvements such as better .eweraie; OF DAYTON IA SETS I II THE EAST COAST ARECORDBREAKER when 1 hey Will ,.IOM- : Thursday morning and end-
Appear at the Opera House, on I i I ing the !same' Friday night. An interesting -
l better fire protection Greets, etc. I I
and Monday, tvenlnf: Feb. 11.An t VOLUSIA CO. BANK THE EXAMPLE\ : program has been prepared for
l believe in push) progress prosperity i / YELLOWSTONEPARK the occasion and every teacher in the

policy, and a .square deal l for the wholeCl1" array of musical talent that pwmI I county is urged to attend. These annual -

<< ises well is included in the list of soloists R lit lit p.- lit r. Po.R gatherings: are of incalculable benefit -
si CALiXH.sKA\IAV: : i I engaged by the Donnelly i Hatfield i Meet in Annual Session-OIJ Oftkcrs I for healthy Public Improvements : For All Classes of Sporting LvcnU. EXHIBITION to the cause of education by an interchange -

t Candidate for Mayor: : emphatically : Magnificent Minstrels touring this a'i of views and ideas by those
: and Board of Directors Are Re- That Other Cities of the State Daytona for Automobiling and RRR
in favor of bonding the city for any reasonable son under the personal direction of Al. engaged in the work, and all are well repaid -
amout for the purpose of putting I G. Field. In gathering soloists for the I elected-dratlfyinz Exhibit. Might Follow With Profit. Palm Beach for Boating.The To Be liven in Daytona in the !Near by attending. The following is the

in water works and sewerage systems ; A Hatfield show this
Donnelly season The annual meeting of the stockholders RRR ; Florida fast Coast has lim.lys- Future Show, inr the iranJeur of program.
and believe the council should pass an I Mr. 1'itoltl'a'l careful to engage only
: of the Yolusia County Bank and its Litilished the distinctive repuiati as a WEDNESDAY EVENING.
ordinance providing for onding in au.h i who have attained prominencein The progressive wide-awake I people of That Famous Wonderland.
branch (the Merchant.Rank of Daytona I' section where all world records for aul' -
I amount as the city could stand and submit : the musical world and whose reputations i Davtona: :are going' to we to it that the Shortly after the fifth of next month 8.00: --ception for the teachers at
held afternoon tof hmashedto .
) was Thursday mobiling or aquatic events are
: I next council i i.. computed of the | the school auditorium.
for ratification :
the matter to popular vote 1 vocalists have been made. His" city Railroad public
as ; the :Northern Pacific will bring
last week in Ih>Iand.. !smitherec-n The Ornond-Vavton I :
i or rejection. I also; believe that, chorus is the strongest ever gotten together The present directors awl officers were I right stump of men-men who are favorable lieach Los long enjoyed the enviable l reputation :i special| car to Daytona 40cJ'e an interesting Tl1l.RSD.IORXIXC..
} ordinances now on the hooks should be i the solo and ensemble music of I l to such public improvements
I all re-elected, a* follows: of bring the ideal place for the I exhibition: and lecture on the .S:30:: -- Devotional exercises and Ml)
nore rigidly enforced regardless: of I the & Hatfield show l iltile dean and wtll-kcpt 1>streets a hewer system -
: Donnelly : beauties Yellowstone Park.\ I). McRnde, J. B. Conrad world'- automobile racing; events and' call.

whom they may hit. i,''best ever heard in minstrelsy. I i I F. It. 0-bonie, ('. A. Miller A. S.Munson I efficient of fire the prote-ctiori ordinance and a strutenforcement stands without a rival in that class, no The entertainment will be conducted '.):Superitendent's annual address

JOSEPH OSHORNE, Prominent among the singers are: So- i' F. X. Conrad and .*v A. Wall end city has Ix-en other (place under the most favorable I by E. C. f'uln'rho has spent twenty I 9:.30 Essential Qualities of theTl"3ch-
To this a league -
Candidate for Alderman: I shall work 'Ion' Udliller. the celebrated tenor; Xor-I'I' President-A. D. McUride.VicePreklent '' with of UtweenI orginganized conditions having the temerity toijuotion years in Yellow-tone Park. TheMereop-' er: Mrs. Maud Barron.
: a membership
.. to the best of my ability for the interests 1 man Stanley baritone; J. J). ': J. It. Conrad. I election the superiority: of our crurSC for ticon machine which are n.--
t of the
of waterworks and sewerage is an Donnelly in "black face" will be at his I I Wood.Cashier. I j day comes around there vote for gentlemen: Ha'tuna.sbest are |Iatb leach has enjoyed for several)ears. ty] c and the working of the apparatus Table" conducted by J. H. Selden.
not only going t<*
important one. It is unnecessary to I old 1 post throughout the season. His Merchants Bank of Daytona interests first, last and all the time. Now conies Palm ISeach and clearly : is in charge of J-;: It. Th"IUJIf't'U| a government 1 -00: -Address: I'rofessor Suhrie.
have been I 1
and stunts a
consider measures that would entail the I singing dancing -F. X. Conrad. demonstrates her superiority in aquaticevents I II electrician.:
but they are planning to get out and THURSDAY AFTERNOON.
heavy bonding of the city for this pur- source of high class minstrel entertainment I The UMi.d dividend of 10 |per cent was I by having: the inotorboat on her The v its consist of over :2 JO leautiI -
work for the of the last men
!success CIJ-
pose. I have the facts and figures to i f for the theatre goers of the country declared I tainable.Ihiytona's. .i water course to eclipse all world's:; recoils :I fully colored slides of all the interesting 1:30The Ward System: LutieHaeckcr.

chow that waterworks and for many years and hU continuous Both banks the most ': phenomena of Xature's Wonderland, including .
a sewerage are doing gratifying might be followedwith in a contest for -pee'd.: Last Friday i ii
meet the needsof "hit" an eviable one. Nick Hutford, example i I 1 pictures of the flowers :!:-SomeComjien.sating Advantagesof
system; fully adequate to business since their establishment. the inotorl oat Dixie broke all world's game
be in for about who was with Field for many years, Ls profit by oilier cities in this: .ttte.1 i I II i waterfalls, mountain terraces, Small Schools: May Mabbctt.
Daytona can put have aggregating scenery
They now deposits: -St. llitine Record. I I records for water craft, going a nautical
s $70,000, and I believe a majority of the I to work opposite to Donnelly this! season ol'J,90y.Oy! ; surplus and undivided \u I I mile in 2 minute and :31 seconds. ',: J;'-y-t'r", canon--, etc., with entirely new 2:45--Time-Saving Devices for r n-
and is scoring a hit that has a tendency I -- --- !i graded :Schools: J. M. Chaffer.
and would be .! pictures of the in action Great
voters property-holders profits, 143,341.72.The: It the devotee- sx>rtinj; wish to ;getthe :; geysers
1 to present a bright future to the Low Tides for Falls 3:00-I'roter: .\.' nmpnt of Lessons: {
willing to bond the city to that amountfor i February.A. full value of their money's worth :! of the Yellowstone, Mammoth ;

the beneficial results that would en young artist. Other well known comp I Stork Calls. M. 1'. M.1.I the Florida I llastCca: t is the section to i i Paint halts, stage and trains with tour- Carrie BUJd.I .

|p medians have been engaged, and amongI Mrs. I I. M. Wiitc the i !! i&U, troops of cavalry and wild : :J.j--Misceilan .*>us Discussions:
I sue. I Mr. and : are February 9.10:37 IOH: laic to for that piirjiosp. Other sections game

; JAMES! : M. O ,BOHX. i I them are several of the most renowned { happy parents of a son. which was February 10........ ..........U.T: i of the great big; w..rl.II..k I like W cent : thes pictures having been taken during :Should Schools Having but One

Candidate for Alderman: 1 am in favorof I dancers in America. l torn Tuesday: morning. I February 11...................12.00 12 31 in comparison. i I the past summer by Mr. Thompson. Teacher Be Allowed to Teach Anything

bonding the city for any reasonable Press criticisms all over the country i February 12.......... ........12:10: 1 1:1': '( The Northern Pacific Railroad Com- Higher than the Eighth Grade: Ruby

t amount for putting in a waterworks and herald the Donnelly Hatfield Magnificent February. 1::30 -'::0.; pany makes no charge for this entertainment Coates.

sewerage system which is the principal I Minstrels as the tx>st. This organization MAJOR\ HEALY I February....... ..... ..... :2:3)VJ:: 1 IHEARTS-ARE THE but will give it under the au.spicesof Importance of intereelimegthel'atttlns: ,

necessity just now. is noon its annual tour under I February I 3 10 .< 33: some club rburch nr society Annie PattiHo. v

F. M. ROWE() I the personal direction the greatest of : IN I II BANKRUPTCY. February 35.*, I 1"FcbruarylT I: I and allow the organization t" charge an Should: Printing Bo Used: in black-

I American minstrels, Al. (L Field. }lat' I I 4.41 .". Candidate for Alderman: I am strictly
1 I tering reports precede the show to this 'i RRR February 1*. ;5:.30 3.13 I Falana.
ii in favor of all public improvements city. The 8. R. o. sign and capacity I' February 6:19: Ii i :3-1 1I RRR -- -- :Should: Pupils Be Allowed on Entering -
conservative lines, but not extravagant t Makes" Assignment of All Mb Property
; along Party to DcLanJ.
i of business have characterized 1 the appearance February. 7:10: 7 :23; : In the Decorations for a Pleasant Social the School to Write with the Left

expenditure of moneyt1 of the organization in all the 1 tor Benefit of Creditors-Liabilities I I February: SAW; S:1i: : Elmer Olivtr. lor the Davtotki Auto (lIandnnie Fildcw.Some .

t1 \Y. M. MOORE larger cities. Judging from the advance i! 5S.OJO.I6. I I Fibruary22: ............ ...... OCJ: 9'U1. Function at Cocoa, Forecasting Transit CorniKiny, and one f.r the drivers : Weak Points in Our LaRg ae

Candida* for Alderman: I stand for sale at the Atwood. Pharmacy a repetition -i I | February 21: ...10.0.1: 10 0> a happy Marriage L sent. Roy n..toeriat.IJI, hook a party of Work: Alma Haliday.

I general improvements; fur everything I of the packed houses will result Friday of 1:1<'k.. Major U. I' ( February:21.... .10. !.. 10.ViI 'I The following {'our.t of a [>k'.Lsintsocial I: eight young ladies and l their eh.t|,eroHov Benefits Derived front :Montfely Re-

and anything: for the good of the orts-: C. R. M. Sheppard.

!' will appear at the Ulyt.napera House politicians Yolusia: County, filed i ;.12:00: 12.00 II I These ladies and their teacher
i T MAXWELL HAXKINS I February: : I : Uockh-dge Xew. Mr H"n- t.J.s parents i young THUliSDAY EVENING.
Monday evening. I pt'tition" and !schedules in bankruptcyi ..... .1--*) 110Ftbnun'JS who hail b-en theJear.h.
Fer.ruar.v27 : reskkat. Ilc>ach.Ir.: Ronaldwas enjoying an outing on
Can of general improvement !; wood Pharmacy at noon. Tickets on i Jacksonville.The .. ... Ill I 4/ I at one time eomtwdore of the Halifax ) } were returning to their stu Heat i
i sale at Atwood Pharmacy, reservedseats i --- River Yacht: Club and ha many I I Laud and d-i-nk-d t.< go by automobile
. HENRY SCHMIDT admission ?.. cents. petition sets forth that George; P. than S :30 Devotional exercises ahd mil
$1.00 general the Boy's Band Concert. ; frW-ixls: in this vicinity. rather by train. : --

-- Healy is of J.dTr'olusillo County Flor- I. I 1hf party left the Seaside Inn at .",..l3I
candidate andI the > house j !Invitations were i issued but week to a I Ball.S:3
ida that he i> a horticulturahst The concert then at Opera i i
; Mr. < --Sebool P. L. R&ttMt.J:10 .
Mrs. C. M. Blngham Laid to Rest. I p. m. witit Oliver leading tin way : ) bjjorts
i fruit that he hi: resided at S last Saturday night, by kwding's Boys luncheon at the ttar jsome residence of .
and promient citizens and if elected I i I grower; in CIiIJiILir. Robrtson. following with : -Us kg the School<< Eppieftt
1i sad rites the remains of that he Band the Industrial lIon Mr. and Mrs. artli&er H T11H. of K xk- .
of i The last over I JatTrey fur twenty years and 01 (Jeorgri >e, ;
will try to wrve to the best interests five (It..r8In. a Iteo ear. Mrs. I. M. }Mtt.
. I Mrs. C. M Bingham were held last Sun- j i debts that he is unable to pav in was attend by a rather :mall >>ut ledge.
3 Daytona as nave in the past, standing I I They reached iH-Laad at V.l'r u./f.k.. 0:*V -Tearhiag v". Sehaol Jtf'rI:
'.J on my record.f eight years previous day afternoon at the family residenceon ; full and is: willing to surrender all his. thoroughly: appreciative audience. The day was beautiful and pleasant t. and art r delivering: their passengers and C. .\. Keith.

service in the uncil. I favor bonding Orange avenue, and was an occasion ; property for the benefit of his creditor,. There were t> vnie eighteen "r twentyin I and the in ited guests assembled at 1w'ckKkaa ending about half: an hour there, 10:Presentation; e.\m,t*.

J 1 the city for anyett3Onable amount for for the expression of the deepest sorrow -i I except such; as is exempt: by law. 1 the party and Mr. Ox>ding is t.. toe ",>- Messrs ( Hivcraad liot ertwn returnedto ( HI DAY AFTERNOON.1:43Kindergarten .

of water works mingled ith the greatest grief use Those named a* creditors and the congratulated; on the efficiency of his tes, Mrs. Hard.
the purpose kovidmg Daytona, arriving: here at fifteenmiautes
I and sewerage SY ,m9, particularly believing I this beloved woman's d<-mU>e. 'amounts due them are as follows: :i training performance ("e Wing exitlltfit : Covers werelaid for fourteen, and ; of twelve Cow4densg the : in the Par

in the nee<..f fire protection.J. A large concourse c>f sorrow, ing friends: I The East Florida Savings. and Trust, throughout. Both the cornet aad tronaf shortly after 1 o'chick the guests were :i' ciarkMm and UK condition the nod Scfaoob: Mr* BeHe HajM Mrs.

D. C.' )RitlS, were present to pay a parting tribute of I Company. Palatka, $2,000; F. S. Hodges,.. home !solos were enthusiastically tn- I, conducted: to spacious dining room, !! this was pretty good tied. J.2:13-Progressive B.: Garrison.2:30literature. Instruction:

respect to the memory of her who was:: | $)00)( ; J. W. Xorvell rc'i'l"r. jud. (hored.II. which was beautifully and appropriately.

Candidate for Aldeian: 1 stand for j so idolized in life but a few days before. i i mcnt, 12,500( making a total of *.,000. ( Guodio3, the oQdtKtor, gave a decorated with ferns, vines and rut -- ----- : : : J. \\riglit..

general improvements waterwork jf it is possible i, The impressive funeral !St'rviresere Petitioner claims to ow n real estate in I:I brief description of the industrial home flowers. The table was especially Steamer Uncle Sam Arrives. :3 f Nj-(Question Box.

to provide and sewerage I conducted by Rev. A. J. Wa1Jera. istRdby : YolusU: county valued at 1970; that he and its work, during the inUrmi <.,n, beautiful, heat king the l leading

system at a reasonable ost: I would Rev. Byron F. Marsh. The floral I ,, has wearing apparel and ornaments valued -. I, and copies of one or two marches composed theme in the decorations, causing much 'i Th 1 larf pleasure :Steamer l"n'lei :.Naval Stores Deal.A .
the city that | :; of Daytona, which is often: seen in
favor bonding purpose i' : wortb Mr C din okl i
offerings were profuse. at S430 and other aisests I p by x> ? were among the
but I am not in favor of t'Ilso\ to anyexcessive i The pall bearers were Messrs. Farrecand $200 also exempted property valued at. I the audience by members of the band among this port during the season, arrived yesterday transaction was co&aumatgd at
.1 I The luncheon which wa elaborateand lftem'.nitb of tour- Jacksonville H. M.
amount. [ ; a [arty Wednesday whereby
Wright, of St. Augustine; X. H $( :iO. Total liabilities, ).OW.IT.: total 1 I thus adding !somewhat to the proceedsfor
\V. F. JIBB dainty, was prettily served by the i i&ta aboard, the majority of whom areI Goethe & Co., become the owners of al
| Clark II. B. Yarborough Ira Miller, 11. asset, $1,620. this worthy cauc.The I !
Candidate for Alderman l..and fort ; K.Wilburn, A. K. Brokaw and 11. C, band gave free sacred concert :Misses Grace Hardec and Cornelia Nfgruikr. *- I making the round trip for pleasure and I the turpentine, interests of D. C. SlriellaaJ -

tie. at the Opera House Sunday afternoon. recreation seeing the country in this it Co., at Indian Springs, situatedon
well built graded roads; streets : Thompson, Of this city. I Geo. E. Sebring returneil the tirsi f t: at which, houe>voluntary contributions After the table was cleared. wine I novel way. The party will remain over : the branch line of the Florida Eat
package-properly lighted both j The interment took place at Pinewood II' I accepted and in some respects -
: r and sidewalks and driveways; and ,menti I cemetery. Many out-of-town friends, jof the week from a bumne! trip U I were their performance nutrlai.ecl<, was served in dainty glasses, at which t' until after the.motor bfat races.- Miami I I Coast Hallway, between New Smyrol

Mr[ Hard, and .It.n..ur./.I!"p'.h-- I ( '1\ .
port".r ot the funeral Ohio that 'jf )the night; before t.lie,, arose I IangOI
at i
i sidewalks in 'v ery rest- were present I

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rI ---- I I Kjtabllabw.1 year-. Our Prtcpf are Right-Machinery the Bwt. s
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A Town Built OB an Im. @ Rank |
1 Hannibal Ilamll:m First Tr) For emperor has more serr-

of Ojrttrr MirlU. | cited State. "*..,... ->Ioy than any other Stationery and -

The secondary foundation' of Cris- :j When llannibal Hamlin was !I :: ,, they nnm'.ierj : '
field. Md.. is the bottom of tte Cbesat; (: Portable Ungrnes
; '
of the Maine hou>e of rep; *
try i 'ake hat and l>etw,vn th '.' "m of | I b
aFe i, away bark: in the forties of the J] : ; of .!ar'n; is. fond! of out and Boilers, .
aud the tioitom of Hibtj! an- I t
( ri century, tI..re3" in that lowly a :, [ !n. it :trimmer' iin I lish p i AW MILLS. Tltlr.NERS,
oyster' shells to the number "f 1'1 II II,,,, I
oe,1 tain gentleman of faultless : [ \': ability as well ns :ij

probably hundred: of millions. On I pleasing, ; manners, good I address j \\11 tennis. a ACHINES mat M klluU a

great stratum uf oyster< shells: "standiuusetf. I some reputation, but he had one j Mnlejan. a native! ; .)( j iLacsiaety sd tfm $.pplhea.
and business *. .\
t : place I His: /hair WH very thin and he i j has entered the ,-:I lira! U rite (today i I..r diir complct< rut.ilngiif-. We can save you money.
railroad runs: along! l'lI It. bridges crossits .
: It.
walk and talk: highly; !si.;itive in regar'to Ann \rt.tJr mii" ..t} Complete line carried in *t .ck. Address all letters to .
dividing places ,
l To hide his approaching l Ito-
Is lu't.lIIl'lh.h..1
: an ( I ,
lt h and do business, steamboat and sail hall I a haMt of carefully stroking ambition to In-come an I 1 A1ALSBV COMPANY MaStXSSS&u.3UR .

t lioaN ye, hundreds of SLtllrsltsbarntheir I: other preparation: ( ,
I bandoline tr as M.HI as tin law N INK
1"llIlin:11"01,1.1.<' it; tin-fry l"mtI!I I '
_Gh / particular hair In IIe place. One '

4 : ins; |Ililrtit'1' .put off from the shor p I by '' while in the chair a" a[H"1'1: :Jlr- I Ij .
child rf twelfth' biM _. '" CH" "
f mt nlisht n..t I fish ami crab and r..- I''Iitl. IB the Innw-enre . . I j l \son of a tenth on .
turn in the early m tn nil to tbi* ,, Joke loving; nature, sent for this t j r1: .
I to Mr. It..t1"l .r..r. :tr
ri O great; hank of oyster !shell Mink in the 1' tleman and. looking fleshy\ at j j Te\ Mrs rarps.v.:< j : > .. :, JIIi } DISTILLERY

s> Il d MlM" satyr.I'ri.tit .l >INhr.l '''''. aid i
nn-oth an |lot I' .
d j i !" in her f-im'-Iy:! : ".1!
c .ll Ii't's ht uyct..n :11I.1 rrsbvI : : f9J
.h"'k I.
s/n4fy : fI'! "'ieiiti'i!, 1 .::1> !9 i t..
r i not !batiUK o ; tht'II;. f."r rrlsth.'I'lets " old fell owe, I jti M -.- ... j ji >J' i is their Ive'i'ii! !, li.M' i l j Q n

t 1 1 1I rarely tat citIu'r. lint l I.\ catdiinj: tlH-tn. tell yw tlwt y'i'e pot '''If' of 'j jI l '". fii r;.. tJj ; w, I DALE

ti i! ,boiling: them [packing them. >hi4-in| !: j ji I your bead rro-M-d or i t M t ,
i ; I'effer is nun on- of the If I> fy-
i tllii, welling them. He oho audit "tlw.r'ou." I ta r r.1 3 : : '
; .
ll ( Washington. II. ha- .
4 r j 1o.1"-'W. the crab can 1-est learn it t.y8\ :I' "\ iu--ult me, &.ir'ou: insult : I :
national capital :lmot>
Itiu? this wholly a n.I w fcl.v crali town i r'1.11IItot.I .' u!nlrr with unr:\[',, .
Four Sailings Kadi J NVcck I'' .. his term in the sen
f oil tlioflicxux.-akc.[ Meuinl..atssiukk'j and altwlbcr; uuiieceaiary in+hi:
I : Ir. fetter is engngi-d: up[ r ri 1
P m:1'\\"EEX: : ,ly till barrels with crabs and briuj !I ItUcm I tion, and UH.II refusing to listen ltH ,
( Indexing the rep.rts of 4 J
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ashore. the "faetwries.: Here';: to reason or explanation he left
;: t I the senate contingent! WHISKEY
j they able cvtiuteil. !II..rh'll.h.tllll'I!, *|...aker's desk and returned to his !

Calling*atChark'.tnts. s r "bath an. packcil barrels and .hil'.1! until/ mil When<< Mr. Hanilln UtMHitf: a ,', \ .

THE KIXKST STEAMSIIM-S IN Till I : ro.\ST\\lsi' I : >IU\| : ; i:. j J wonders who tau |sensibly eat all theseluouutaiut date for the fulled Slates "seiiate I :: > y of 1 Vergennes; .. has:
I- i !i( gold/ dollar ruined lit
'I JIH! myriads of crabs. peutlciiian was a tuvuilier of the is :
Clyde New England and SotSouthern Lines.inniXT I. I (N. ('.1 mint In 1.1.. The t fULL EXPRESS
There are many |nvpl in this coun house: of the Maine legislature.; j I mint reconlslati! ; that 4. 8J

try. .\ crab npiece for tbvuj all flute'': though! / a member of the same i Io< j j
r sii\in: : :\\n\: : :} : ... ... i coineil, and! a single i
a year Iu the "season "would mean ; and only one more vole was
JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON AND PHUVIOf NCE. sort[[> crabs" At least. w. one of the I j: frei-ure Mr.I llamlin's: election, he 1" | [ : I easily worth $Uai. 7 QTS. lyng PREPAID[

AND ALL EASTERN 1'OINT. 1 I reftiM-d tol.te fur the man j tbe Lib,-rty head on the
crab dealers, Re.onL lively
put -I'liikideipbla Sent. 5.'.S5 anal Mill, in a plain
tl1IUlut letter < iw we ship you
,, : :,, \.1\ he I liflievetl he had l beer ..,."
rt t'ulli !: at I 11"1i.>-I. "! I i.t wboiii [ c..e with no in.irks to show contents, four-full
-- - i defeated for tat in family/ of Hughe.Mills.: .
j lie was a DALE RYE
SE.U.WEIKI.S."ILIjS.: : rt s of WILLOW express prepaid.
senate-by a hair but when the : ill one resided[ There f'it anil if don't find it all right and the
I yon
SoutLbounJ. I' I I'1 u' i L-"f. : : '.t I" ) ,
< J and, one.ister: The
j I vacancy oi-cnrred I he was: eh a kt you t er turfed, send it Kick to us at our expense -

Northbound I h I i i t f : ,? :II', L.1- 1'\ tII'! I The ll....e In the lradwn and hors I|,: "Lives of Tweixc Illustrious. Meti": of theUIssfoughi ft.Khe ,and l .)oar J.S5, will be promptly refunded

I 1I t | It h ton..truc r.l.j (' i through ito < ( t I'n't a offer?

1 busllGliot l l-emz :iNo .a KefnenilKT we are distillers so when, you t>uytorn
CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE:, i j I hate always IHH-II lull! l tbat uruskrat tutead THE FIRST !' I {- :'. They [piiru.: ,'I' r.-,) {' Ja ,t.15% ( us jou MVC Wecnormouspno6ts of the deal-
r bonne nieau :t !si-vere winter -
I. fiercest lraitl-,.. i I' >it O} -.r and a\ .id all ch.uiee of adulteration. You arc
| of a sign of roll( weather tiie I; It Was Made In 1.172: and Was j iirtof getting whi, it from
Between JacKsonville and Sanford i'i, ,.r YjJjti our >key ju.-t as I mufkrat hou< .itnH tbat rd h> m I nllr.l prlnK. j j"The I \'t'r sustained I 1 without being with. in
e means ; distillery tampered
$1; 'JPI'ING! AT 1'\L.\TK.\, ASTOK.: mm"Hola: : : ) ; '. ll''i I.\M-, > tint, Int.-iIn..hatt! j > ones : t our anyW
or ninnkrats. h.ivhosfn .live. automobile. said '.
wore to { nr-t j ,I l"
Sr.JInIINsl:1\I:1.!\ = : : '
Irfiudiugs .
i tu the low meadow or at the lMllo\v" chauffeur "uas nixle l 10 y Johtnn I I whose cl. ( .n to ''I If you prefer corn whiste'-! < \\ il! H'n.111]

Steamers 'City of Jacksonville' and /4l Fred' DeBary" bead of the i"'n.l. where there Is IKcbauoe > stack ,.Nuremberg: !: In l.:72. Its i the Third district tat lt;,' four fullfmartsof our ALLAN SINCLAIR'S! CORN

are appointed to Mail a.. follows: IA'aJu'bon"II.. ilail \<"v.t| Satnnl.ivit. to burrow nnderKrouud I anot tin.I"'r was neither oil. steam 'ry much of nur;>t. ..e i s VlflitSitEYtorS.80,0.iv.lryiai'd.| ..'t
-!! ia'.l'! ( ,.IM t'llya better .1.rnlbi..k.<..\ irom anj-1>o year-
at 3:30 p. in. Returning Irate Sanford, daily tat"'I't Sunday: at .'.:IU a..n' : have a U'druoiu that cannot I.* tlomU'dby electrk-ity! but a .vii.l spring."The ; : price.:
the high Ifclea of u inter.TlteMv tirst !teatu ...ut..m..1.i1e:1" ; over the :a ix<* I rhit
N rlh K..ui..lI j -'t- Our gii.irntvc ">{ perfect satisfaction or
-'R:: =:-I SCHEDULI: j I KcaJ I p name uiuskrahr. a Ions.; the >l"t-i' in Traiwe by I'ugimt In I..". It i I.. l old I newsjwiier-[ the refunded i;;.i.- isithtyensitipnitntwenoik: .'. Y"U

Leave 3.30 p ni< (inill''...... .. .... .... ... .. .lrnlr i bunks of a river, would tunnel Into the I to be s -en. It Is one ,-f the star ,' [ '( strured" a IMIS.II..II. at II I I run no nk v.l.e.i iou tied v.ith ns .,s talc:)
.. 8:45: p m!'.PnlatUvi ........ ......:.. .:...:.. I a ': : f :: I earth cud tliere dig a Ixtlrnoni out vtj Its of the r.-enatoire des Arts l a iiewser. ly harts tri r>ourcotnp! [ IMM res<>uri.<--> of .1 million: (joJJ.irs .
:1 i
.. :Mkt a ml........... ........... .. ..1 ttor.. : ............ .... ... .. ..:: : j reach ..f the highest &*. I. They do nut I"l' In Parts. Sleani: tarriiei; .", hours lie etluoat-. ISw1FThRIIMIII '1h .j 1 will! dOtIh: .is i,e s..t.

........... ........... I I bits built up galt.) II 'tu
i.IbToford ((1..1".1. :: .I :: P tw always nuci-eved. iHiwrtvr. as they are Hed after it were built by \\ W NACONGA iii THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO,

o Arrive Ma8Oatasl! .. ... r:*. +l w I of I m washed. out of their wiiit*r I IxtHj :Murdoch. James Watt Naibaa : I ,' .'. 1ff'0w' "' '" 1 MACON, CA.Ow .

lQOOainj: : I.:::::::: :.::::::...Knt-Tpri: ;: iltlktam I j by si|>ring frehrl i'anti Uicliard Tr n.tbi'k. These" --- .en of Re i terr
GENERAL PASSENGER A iD TICKET OFFICE 122'VEST BAY ST. JACKSO ILLE. I The house iu the! IIk"Ad..w M usually IlIttl@t of tlwui. in niWM-uuis in Lon THC MOMENT

built over a tall stout tussock. w h use : lhol l Itirmiugbaui."Several .
A. C. HAOERTY, G. K. I'. \ .P.M." IKOXMtiXlJER, JR. .%. I; I' \: 51 I'
grassy top forms the tod. This: is tlouitni I steam carriages plieij .I I is one of tlii- s. ;?r r i
Pier 30 N. It New York. Jacammx' ilfc-. F la. I
over making a large ruom 1.01. hire on the strcH of I. ud"ti at I. vvnbiuatiuns lOt ,1.i .r
O. II. TAYI.Olt.I'l\.IIA. Tratlu- Mr. C. ( I'.UOWX.: : <;,'n I. Pass.! WtItramh .
OIfic'. ."ltl> Il adwar. Nfw \.rk. i enough fur OIM or fur half a itaBt-u. acj U-ginning> of tbe ninelejith < ..! delightful.

1.. D. JONES T. P. A. L. s. sritor.i.i: : :: C' .\. j cecdiug to tin uuuiber of uiuskratsj I hut they wen >"H> slow noisy and I I : !' are !larger tli.n. .. l'J'I JL *

u-k80nTille.. Fla. t Iv>l"urK F1 1 j t-liarliiic the ,,'urk.t least. two OK>IIi that theihf) did iM. .t take to thfi- I are ,-laborilfl.\ t 11! mot,: d b

W.4Lcrxll'EItJR..I..A.. ('I.U I''K; MII.Ni : I..T \ i legs or dhn .lead from the best Into "Tbe tir-t ui-xlern aut.nuol.-le fur. 4 'tln r- I, si' 1m [FULL

..Jaekeoo\"IIk Kla.'r4.: :N i: ,..:w > ".iUc. 1 I tq|>eii water at lie foot of the tuavx-k. : built by .\JU: tJtOC Itolkxiu 1"+7::I. !'. i| tails and -."Ifl'I ,I.t. 1

I'. LOVKLI.; :.snpi.-ia-k-nniii.-' I riaf ; Ami this water never frc....... When I exhiUitcil his! car iu Vienna :1..1! I : upon them ; i ia

ice form outside, the warmthf the lar.s, and other men. as i always j woaeu with "t "u ,, I w EXPRESS

muskrats' Ixxlics i i.> xuffivtrnt to keep eaw. devi'eil) Improvement* on i' j faultless :. "* i 'i_: t..e t Il

tht- dtHHfree toMiobiles., ( aliout 1**...,. I h.- to PREPAID
Florida East Coast throntfi which the Joy ;: III ill the moiii :Ii u -" *w

': Railwaylocal 'Iwvllers nliixit at instant,. f..r pear in the jokes. of tin day. They ',..
th.-M- passagkad into winding; burr taken their ..hl..... Hut it was cot that this !
Tie Cud No. 4*. la Effect t Jaaaarv 9 1947. ... tts way i
tool waterway that run far out the annualup rates Iu" 'gut j and pin.-e- t i.,.)il

SOUTHBOUND-BEAD DOWN. NORTH BOL-MV-KKAD: t P. through Ue rich. r..*, nn-adow. ('0011' In 1'0/1 that the automobile '".. various modiui .IT 1'>l1S.

-_-" try Life In .\........k.1.I really popular titwtion.-Nrw fesgpl
k.NN..3 .
&11..11 0' 83 \u.; 7 H >t T"4,N D 71S >o. V!S certain exclusive:
Daily Dally Dally[Dally STATIONS ...aily' aily| l> i lUily leans Thlll'2l.1""lun'rat. i sbow a n-ference tor 3'' ; *
II II II A I 11 |j.\ L.KI I K X

Xrt -4'dat( 9' 8l*- iy............Jaiksolullte- -_==::Ail-7 J.-q)-; 4"H-*-14 MM,-s 30-** I Parltanent. R'r''i .] waist and the nor J ru J) Pox
._- -... 4A11:! 9211AM1.__.. ...... South J.cksonyle.J.\ 7 Z3.... .. | 7 "-.... ... The name "parliament" Is derived liotiduiu ( oilrBr. I !
1IDtI: ( II h/tt 10 1M. 91Vw, ........._:>'. Auguallne........_. 6 2IIM. 0 fitly' .6. COiM:: 7 ..rod111q / from the French word ""iwrler. to IVtwdoin college; pn o iiced ( l iWhiyvrt; l a .
.....-.. 11 ... .1" ....._ lIL'llDg_._ ..... I b; : b 4cw: .. ... one s4-cs the nicli of I'1' -5Ul P =' I iI rtIt DELIVERED
3'd The word found t't1 At Me.. FORt
was I'
-ipc.ik. was originally written c
!1F.lolr a 3eva U 35w-9( LY.L: >l hl.tka.1.T II v Z6. _2lttl toe regretted that it is
/0St7sillit00! !,' | IU lio1011r: _._. .-..t.lkL..h 4b..VW 4 &*=* bO4up G J&.. "iwrtement.! as in Freueb.. and I In'Ih..uJdl 191. It "ilK mimed ii honor that for I it an fIs.
t 61H 111 a 25wiLr ...... .. .'&Ittka-.?...? .?.Ar!| 7 ? G 6 s wAt the elllns has gradually James liowdoin. Anivricau : presages .
& z I IU I .. -_..-.....-. -- It i:* a pretty fad when .2
KauMateo Lv| I .,
I Oar 7 ............ ) vluniKed. the Pr'| niineiati reuwius the!' Bian 'In high staikling. ski died .
t 7 6w & _.......... i--. I | bouads' of Fwd tM tt!'
-..... -'Jfm- -.. .. !Lt. .............-_ lumnellj.- --....-.......-...1 t :-4-2S.if:" j .. ,,-, ..amtThe earliest tueiitiou of the I7t Y'. IIU son, James lV wd Mii. a goes a long way.-Xew '
4th.' 11 nwl. ...... I'UIOUL. I 4 14. 21AA _...? \\.1 "|iurilauM-ut" in the Cnclisb statUtes tkman of wealth, who Liter ", .,\\1'
,..uimua u..i.,.. ..
11.4Nr. I Six 12 ri;;;;: H 2UI.M; ...,........... riuond.._._....... .. ::1 U 41'it 3 4:1tY lo Q. in ill the luraml'k to the statute diphHuatic/ circles. l'ring; I'nited : (CHAS. BLUM 1 & COMPANY\
11 41.r 1 4.. 1 0rMt 11 3t o' .... .__.... 1 ..
IAII Dal tons. ? ::1 :I'4 ,,7I-tIj 3v.: 4 b4\ of \Ve:tniiiister In I-7: for the i riginof I minister to Nalo..1.- ., to
-- 8 5*' 1 bltl ...j": llJlititt! l'rauee: ........ ... I ;: I':'> 3 2444........ ... gv. FLINGS.
1211m 9 JOP1 t i&t It Kim Ar........._. SmyrL.i ... the institution itself we must K) college at its founding 14." : .
>fW : : .I.\/,_: 4 :;; W""I 4 2rw1YtLw \ < -IM I : I i r \r.-1; I i LI.\Si\t.i i I"< >
.. 424aa. .......| \t.._..._ Uke L'4'f g..1 03+v...._.._ >10",. k to .Angl-$abun: times when It land aid ,5,<*.j In 0"1'1.
111. 43'.x ...... _._..... t'r.. *u..It'I1.-L\I'I lisa: : 61'A* ......._ tloiirisbe' as the witenageiuot. In the I death in 1st! he wilk-d -there it stand. rw-
to law
!! f 4 : : ,N._ __Oitnur; 1 : ...!L. .... 16!_ _1W1. ......-- !' ice trust. IVwton Tran Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 Whiskey.
> 12 t :ux I 4taa I.! 1&1I L\............Ne > :t: cy--::; :: : :Y I 5s- t':::f"howl: j I' rei::n vt Henry HI. parliament was tion a unuiber of valuable :gifts (i< 'ta.

I. .. ... 96"I I'MI..... .. ..............<>*V. IIIHlI.\1 21tif... m.j 2 ::.AII _....... I formally eMirated Into the tw.s bouwsof .Tvs of land a library.uf se\enil ( .
_1 :Jaw _II.,3IMi_2_b .1J 5ow'Ar.: r Tun-- 1 4ss 2 xt 4J 3 IAII0 ,; I looIk'e force is ut"'us- S u.If..i. I'l.! 1..t. IJM KFOMI'I I I- MAII
--=::::::: : r-t 'lord: and on. ntuls. and tbedeliberaI IXX4s
sand collection of
,. 6111 IU WMa 6 KPM & btw, '.. ... ; .. > a fine --
u ?: .... 36MJ .. .. .. ? tions were eoadocted in separate edam up
.:::::. : issl U .. _!ILT: S aDr.'I.\f r _5H 5 **" 10./aural j **'** I I 1 Ings! and an assortment of .'; !
: 110m 103'ua' 256m J>.: | 3"1T i IM rv This. l'etroit Free Iress.! ". .ut. M .' '" H,. .'
I titatioa. here
"'-'- 113(1:!\( 3 SIM .._......,I '. ?............ .. ('0<<'. ?.?-.___...I1125m .\ 14':1: .... .. t tow((1"1., .. AM.. 1I1"r.&ratlJ. w to be In :
.' 2i(& ) 33VK 133k: .? ...._.._Uoi-kleilKc_....... .. '.. t Oay' :2: tq. 2 3., !..)t-t IjousMiow taught for live!' are reported
_._- 12 OOa. _........ .. _._...__.. hard tiallie _._....".... .. Jl: :r.........._.. 12 Z.t.1211 (06A": ......_:1 Iliutlw. :\10.. 1vre. bat preserved its Jags." Now they .I TFi I 1
-....- 4101 .......... .. ..............n..mrp. ?._........ 11t..1.! ,_.. 12tt ...._._ .\.-....>nliiis to the Hindoo I a lunar | .high standing WRfer&tand the meaning r' BIG TOURThe
'J .....__ 12 4 .j. ...__.....rbatiaa._._. .. .. 11474, ....._ the first.! :
.........- 1 4, p....._.........fct. 1.HMC'''_: .. ... II tlO -_._ 10 3Sn ............ et'Ii|.s" is tin contact between toe brown taste."-'\'. blDJ- '
l fIMI: 200. s.-: ___._..lort: I'tericTlhUlU ........... Io5&M412 1:' 10 :Jo... Lt auul uioon,, and another tailed na......
i "..- 2 6 -...--- ....-.......... F, TJr'.....- !' ....... .... planet s*U'u Iu lluuian I."IIr.A .
23Ow : ** *.* *.. ***.. K'lco *f In 19w. ..1. 5 Ll : hut tlk' '1IIII1t"4.'" believe that owing to writer divides tbe human life Academy says tbat this 1 1'mvst the market. Bottled] from f
r ::::== 31.\ ::"_= :: : : Jr xu ::::::::: ::: 10141aj; ::..:.... .;: 45i :.:::::::: ., 111.u dl of \ otl. latht.or the Rye on ( '
....-- 2. ., s 41gi ......-. .. !!..._..rr...>tu.ii..z! ;;; !; 10 OUA* .._ !' 37 r .. serpvntIikf follows: At three time seven a (. yet acquired the art ',
a 114u = -- ?.. :UubcSovB'l I:. .. : 943A4. ... .I 9liar........ i laiK't. cati-hes bold of the BMWB reaches a competent age iu the e. Perhaps not, but' i original barrels. at the 1 Pistillery) and! sold! under
t, :::== 333. ::::::::: ..,.:::::Wf,t Ju.lUT:::::::: 923ua.! :::::: : aAcv :: ::::: I by its hideous nuiwth anal release It ', ..
106w1 f IO II of the taw; at four (time t-evea be I, people here who can
01Sw : : 2rt,4' : tar Iv.. .'.. .l' lmb<> < h : 83S Jt tOKiJUK) ft IMUZlmt I ) z.r !! after a short time. At first contact full possession of his strength; at \lfred1I5tlll at writing t
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i 3 ti 1:rol.. .1t ea I'a1m]trach. = r 8 I. W ltgd, 7 e a a N 06ty the Hindoos
?. ... a 9tIR r. .. 74+d .. ...... .. ..... bathe in the aea iliad aux I times seven be is tit for tile buai& poetry. Milwaukee .1I
9 1'I r..... .::..... ....... i 38x':.. ...... iou&ly await the .kalll"ft..r the'I the wurM' ; at six times seven! be 1 qt. Jim Buckley 1 qt Golden Seal .1
........- 6 31at F) Otw..... :.(' : .... ..;,, ..... G Isar.,.,. .. .:: ..?..". _.
..- S 42w In tort...... ..... ;tl t it;. ...2 4..w ...._...-. I ffi ,. contact they take another. bath. IhlTin comes grave and w IM. .> i if be is ever -
.._.... .... .. ... .. ? 1 Forrest Lawn I Beechland
.1 6 719.104a.Hut 1021PH .. .. .. ....... .'. I f16w.,; :x,y ........... .:. .? .,L the. interval they are not allowed tines to; at seven times seven FASHIONED. c 1t. qt !

i a :Sow 7 aunt 10 i' 4 7 ''int.: ............... Miami .. ..... Tv! 0 M>4M s 1.u.. bsly I0.1a \<-n t. drink a cup of water a" their Iu bin apogee, and from that time '
..... ... .. ... ... .. 'J 4 f for 325. J
= :Lt: .Miami : 1. ._ 3Ur V.1_ tr iu-f > that all things in the work begin to decay: at eight times se .' .. of the old fash quarts
/ :;..... 1 : = .' ::::::: :.ill: ..::: : 1 .. :!.iv : :::: : 1 23ir ::::. .
be .
;net t (1"lIut..1 during the euotad.Stogiet" is 'In hi*'l'i.. at ... who "b"arded :

1 : CondeaseJ Schedules Betweea Jacksealillt; and St. A.gasline. .re Times. times seven lit.I" Iu hit grand her pupils? ::1 H quarts, >V I .W. 1 12: quarts $1 l.oO, express I paid. i

--. teric, and ut ten times sex en be of tbe dd sash iI
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: : : : : :- lulls wad the 1i(.r..... reatired the allotted' span wf lif.. who said when intro Ii I
I It I It i It i- said In the Koran that beautiful I I' jwifrri I'r;" I.M
1 I brly! butt n | P.Tr, [ young lady, "I had a j' JOSEPH[ ZAPF & CO. I
t ._ busy Duly_ J'ailT!.I i}'.llv a_K[:: It. K.I Pa'.c! |, Inlly r-niy st K:.. ix-IU are IIIIIIK upon the tree of para- .V Tough (lil{ i I.' JtCkluBVtUc.ArM. I I 8UUMI, WJO'w It lUM, 1 !M rl j :r 1 I.' 6\ 4.'.." 4 :. :0.i. New
nw II :!lull II : ( 9 4Vr dw 1: in sikh a to he stirred Orleans man has proved
j AucusUnf I n! 'IoIIto [love 12: [till 2 :..r, } 1r 4 4.r r ,! A 2tt4 9:41,4: H wo.2av.9a way an by of the old lash L ':': I 'I 'n I'! .r,. :: I'1; "k.-"\ \ ILl 1-. I- t
=- nind i from the golden throne! of G-lulii'iitvcr a chicken can live twenty-three t

'I\ II I i-i 6,0. VlSO, ;3. '0. 44\O,'t\e I. ""I' I'0.140 the brOIK"">J in hi* pma- : without food or water. He makes used to bunt tbe neigh; !........... ." ...,... ......! ........!.' ..5 ..'.... ..!.! 5 .... ..!...!.I.! !' @!o
I 1\ D i.1! I; '' 1uhf' .\ i baly L' I; .\ get SO.BH.jnills wth t
eu'v ui,h for uiusi.It Is to this that fih't'it that when his: family moved
i Pally _1 r11y h :2a ;..LIy I! : h Goa PaliT: 1iL_:; Iaauy l P.IIt_I aliI_ potato sb.t'r..: .
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I., ..I the autlior of "I-tlla Uookh" cently chicken securely nailed -
I bt. refers lit
AuciuUue. 6b.11.: 7 PMi' 4"''AlII( a.'Jli'lO tow 11 -it' I 11.AIIj! 6 Hm, 6M64&1: r : >>0Je of the old task ... 7.4.>'*. 8 :aW" 8_ ""AllII aoW; U I'ml' : U 3.V.1 12 4-v'11 7 1)y) 73 ua. 4'.r the fine l"s l was in the ":' who made her little! girl) firQi'tist3isLJILOdi90'! v0Qil6$41 MeOO: 4 'SfBti"i4SS I
-Tralns l 'composedexcliiiiveljOf: LT larlur Cars anJ utra sot Are will be I ..+ t..i. alAs hax i ing been! forgotten by the
th.rttd.COTE the door wluu lien-
th that .m the Noble'shafted. tenants. T..fttt'hn-e later
treti lays
: B-P T roaches u.*rated on these train on "hick! BO uralca: fate IS Oba.cJ. make >how and ro-ite-
Ot 1.1. | a ;
: : n. k by tbe eternal br-
I TrmlBt t Cally do except not slop sUUoas *Ulch time is Lot bUo* a. 1 i i! took was retied to t.pIun.tlit': .- i Atlantic Coast Line.

and discovered the chicken, enn ..
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19 :\1 but still ouch live.
fayl I
Dally .fxlr "Only SODiltT at':; I 3UUtl1.T aU CIt I t9 r l w "\Viio. ar.- Ih..-.- young purple ill that GLEANINGS. .
j Da11y nd1I1; Dany ." -----
I I trot .i-k.-1 I the' man In tbe parquet. I Tie ,.....11'. !
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iHntllt'r: : 7 304 12 4th! 5 XT+* ThenK'ie! ; Blngnre anti her flanow, bonk of
: 0 08rei t 22.611. 2 Ocra! .1 j "I want to jet a diorce from ) H'rnl.luy was
101 Lt .
r i. n.mvlile. .. ... ........,.. 7 :.a,, 12 C4t 62.l91 and Y
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l ) : taint h.aDd Bell.*" <>.

r.\ .... .. ....... _.. "-'aY.1, 4blx 44w I Browu: awl 11-1'". Tli.-> 're! all to 1..1{ i FAMOUS, \ TRAINS
I I I. 7 Oar 91 SCO* llIo..lI.\r \1.I.'fl__ I i ... G Mt.M: It 4uM. 4 :rYr t..1 uclt uiouth The lawyer was interested. "" adopted a bill :II.H. "
h > are your grvuud",,?- he a<.k.... on pasngi, : >rnr' !i.
i POOXSrUK l( AID OCQJESHL STEAMSHIP CO.ViECTIO.NS .U. lIUU. ".111.1..1lIlit.i: i e a K.:x ..( mateue' "llINf tJ'."
eh>" Philadelphia l'rcau.tMttabl.loas.
li -- -- "Was be crazy at the time of : dealer has ju-t )ts-.>:i I New

: elm C.nn.cUon Made at MUml with Stiamshlps ot th. P. & 0. S. S. Company. \ $. marriageri "coSec": : tbat contained | York and Florida Special

Havana, Key West and Nassau, Bahamas. Buy -. Ma. 1 thought aid theLiaetks "Ok dear uo: 1 was.creaking ." aslies and 12 |HT tent of e
ya la- J.K' k,.
aye 1.-'lidv
I .JI1\ i-v.-i"t \''in lay I ll'"iii: : a. m! .
I Train DUcbarge Passengers at Ship's Side :No Transfers.Tkw ): were vegetarians Ma So; I { 1 s .
1C Gently. assdliun is ; ,feint! ,, Kt "' t.j I'ollu.ut.]
-- did: they are. ItoyWell.t. I beard Mr. '' made au.1 l !
Tim T.bleuho. the timetl w h.., :. ; ,.. ,,,, : df'7t "How mutt coal is there -
i from U. s T.r Ut.Uon.. but Ibl'lf: .rn.. ,!. i' .'" "' .I..' \1.t',.v tea'U-.e-l to attire ti not at .aj I SiK-cks[ tell 1"q'| | tbat when be got bom* How long will it last the government author;
HOC UlaCompaoy to U- h r M rip> :i.ot.t r' t h .r- : a'.; ...c.juenRli"itlythCTr.Ory rairiatwvl lute tie other itiKbt,, Mm. s*| wa'am. it will test!
> roast waiting for him. dea are affei-ted with
I For Copy of the LOCAL ii CARD or Other Information"SEE I awhile ItIoD't have any fires.Then Chicago and Florida Limited
I p THE AGENT." \.. In lice It_. there bat much feftr"There

'! J. D. RAiiNER. Aut. Uen'l. Pass Ajcnt, ST. An lT"sTl\E. I'l 1.UfYt'f.u: tJtould. leant sborthani.ind Coat any left. ma'afet." 00 remarked were a talking% r.--.n. I l >..ily.: :N lid Cc,lilult. i-atiuy r Ja.-ksf.nville !0:: I.

tyjH-wntin[ Billy The (alter Boy 'j ." 1 ,1 isiNV t',1 ( "."aril.n this t train also.

,1 N IINII.NIIINiIIIIIIIIN i ...> 6N. NN. -Aw gus: I nv\r cared far! fl.w- 1 Beputatton Is what men and : .
Iblak of us. Character Is what. about : i. |1'.,, ,1

i crs an candy: Puck. and as know m-Thomas :'!8@t1. "'I assui.- tina i I !. "''i 1 ... Pnllmnl, ; Ibt tvatii' i, n, ;ih'l till data' .l infw ,'

I !! i ,. ii THE PECKIIENDRICKS COMPANY. .'hla",, thealre.. anything to bear.tbat" } "\i W..UM J ,, It,'. r tail

1 .tones So the price uf that "old mas- "trap. 4luees .f Snit..

tor" Is $ ..OI.I. It d.te-a't look to to Mary <|ueen of Scots. must have onPRANK

fj ; : worth $10. 1 lieved: in phonetic spelling[ for to wntl hitch 1-ractirr. C. B 01 ILS 4 1
1 my \\aovU ;t. a I fi
Art ealer-Yt.. but remember it wrote to her son iu 157t: :
: Dry Goods House tbe enthusiastic ,
Furnishings l Ladies'and i was painted in 124'. Just think y.ui! ;
Whit .
i Dear $ .n-1 S'-n thr b<-r..,. s toe i. t l'a.Mripr ..lttnt.111 l'" '' -' i-i"*'
$lv) at compound Interest voted and bring me word bow zdo anl '
amount t for that rtmtmU-r: tow to l"arne !In tymA to do it. my l"iy; ..1 rd: i :J" (
Children's Shoes, Trunks, Etc. > .nith or time knave and, God and nlst vat : ....... "Kb '1I I uii: .. I .! .Mt.Nil.LK.' j .\

forme to GiHMis. < nroman'l and K n..l tbe t"'cee.-- : .. .
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; Largest Stock, Best Asstrtnient, Lowest Prices : I l) -t..r-What are to** white >at ha ( ; A .-. ..\ : .. i : :i --- --
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object I see In the distance rsy dear? SOW It .. n. -. -- - -
pray God i \ ; .
Mist I'ert ?
-Those are signs! vcrtlsts; ass thai i '_ ,bout! : it
was the
Cor. Beach St. and Magnolia A\e. [) .t0l1a. your profession, sir. Old D.xt&r-\h. only.
al' i 1 do hart r ft'\' ... This u OK- .
k I thvught they lalgUt u tombltee'. .u tlcaet .t
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Mayor: .

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City Clerk:
1. Because they are all property 1. They believe the beauty of Daytonais

holders and tax-payers. A. McF. PORTERAssessor it greatest asset.1: J
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2. Because they will not put your : 2. They believe if houses burn you '1

property in jeopardy at the risk of their can rebuild pi oviding you carry insur- h

own. GEORGE F. SMITHCollector ance at the present enormous rates but i

3. Because they are successful business you cannot replace the trees if once
men. destroyed. t I

4. Because, being successful in their WILLIAM G. HOBBS 3. They believe in reducing insuranceby

own business, you may safely entrust providing water works.
them with the administration of public 4. They believe fire may cost Daytona f

business. FRANK T. PECK hundreds of thousands of dollars.

5. Because they are all conservative. 5. They believe in not waiting until
Councilmen Two Years:
6. Because they will give you an eco the horse is stolen before locking the

nomical I administration. CHARLES M. BINGHAM door.

7. Because they will work for public
6. They believe in calling an electionto
improvements that will increase the val
allow the voters to determine whetheror
ue of real estate.
FREDERICK M. ROWECouncilmen not the city wants a system of waterworks

8. Because they believe Daytona can and sewerage. a
One Year
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be made the most popular resort in the 7. They believe in making Daytona ;

f south by making it more healthful and W. MAXWELL HANKINS more attractive by new improvements.


School Trustee:




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Remember no bonds can be issued except by a vote of the qualified electors. This protects:you, if you are skeptical.

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Grlenauer Recital. Death of Justice Charles R. Cox. '................ .. ................ .... It'_f'. .'. "" '-' '.
I i Man-Ultra I. Bible Tl ie 8 .
THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS Herr Carl Grienauer, noted 'cello vir- Charles R. Cox died at his home on :: From the Bible accounts of the marriages I :T. SCHMIDT'S VILLA

EVERY SATURDAYT. yesterday morning of J of Jacob with Leab and Rebecca + <
PUBLISHED I tuso, and his talented wife, will give a Orange avenue :. .
song and 'cello recital at the Palmetto heart disease in the 58th year of his age. and from other narratives marriages I : DAYTONA FLORIDA. $ "

E. FITZGERALD Editor ----- Club House Monday night, Feb. llth, The funeral will be held at his late home .I In Jewish not history hM It to seems he a sacrament that mar :.. This comfortable and home-like he use u situated on the bank .of the *
and the burial will be loge was : beautiful Halifax River, mile from the Atlantic Ocean and enjoys the J '
under the auspices of the Palmetto Club. at 2 p. m, today t|''or I rite in the times of the one
religious cotnBandeu i* **-
health-giving breezes' that are BO common here. The new
GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY This will be the musical: treat of in Pinewood cemetery.Mr. I S head of : .
THE great patriarchs. In those days: the of surpassing! beauty. The house is furnished throughout in aeo.wforbble.] 5 ''
'" INCORPORATED ) the winter and should not be missed by Cox was a member of Joe Hooker i|, the family the father was priest and and adequate manner. It has fiftYl\lQU18. single: ensuite or with bain. .
. n ( lovers of really high-class music. Post, G. A. R.. and has been justice of :'j I ruler of the family and the ouly priest :Z The sleeping apartments are large, airy and nearly all have souttern or +
-- -- Herr Grienauar is rated among the the peace for several years. He was also or rater whose authority It recognized.( '. sunny exposure. .
t Florida Second Class Matter. member of the church. lie learn from the Bible narrative :: The parlors, smoking rooms and reading rooms otter every cotnfurt ofthe .
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona as most famous musicians of the present a Episcopal ; As far as we of hundred ana .
city home. The hall has seatie one
dining capacity
a :
also was a cosmopolitan!! by birth, being In the case of Jacob's marriages p the ana
time and Mme. Orienauer b an accomplished : twenty and is second to no resort hotel in South. The cuisine +
1 Per Year in Advance. musician with a soprano born on ship board while his parentswere i the simple giving of hU( daughters: by : service are admirable, and Schmidt's Villa enjoys an enviable reputation .
Subscription $1.50 constituted the marriage,
voie of great strength and fine quality. en route to this country in 1849 Isaac tbt'l'e"I ;r for these important features.
i from !! being nn religious or other '' | Our rates for board and room arc $2.50 per day and up; special rates i ,
I SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9, 1907. j If you are fond of good musk fin not England.Mr. .\mt'rican'' what \'rr. Of (oours. however, marriages j I'.. for families on application. No other hotel on the East Coast ran offer .
| fail to hear this gifted; couple. Cox was a sailor-in the / made In this!. way ww Just as! :. the same comforts and advantages for the same outlay of money..HENRY :
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-- ------ --- navy for thirteen: years, eating: under sacred and Just a. binding n. those :: SCHMIDT & SON, Proprietor +

SOME RECENT Exhibition at Opera House. Admiral Farngut in running the.gauntlet -' Performed In the I1n.t ern'nt+,nlnuO, I I. ,....+....+.............+.......++..../........*++.*..
i A HARD ROAD TO of> batteries of Forts St. Phillips and I manner. In these days In Proliant
\V. P. Hill, oho i i' in thL city in the Jackson, on the Mississippierbelow:; countries the tnarrins1* laws d. nit -------- ...
DEALS of the Jamestown }KxjHwitivn; wKramenl. ********'*************************
THE COUNTY SEAT REALTY mtcrctt I New Orleans, which compelled I the surrender look upon marriage: a ft
.. I I gave the dtile:11'and visitors of Daytona of that city, and Liter on in the j: hut only I a' n civil\ ) contract, though;:: r

p.ExtratelS a complimentary iterevpticon entertainment reduction of Forts Morgan and Gaines,1 j most people( prefer to give It a certain ;I R The Grand AtlanticNOW
f last kauction by having It
House religion
at the Opera
which the
guarded approaches to l't'r'I'I
of Recordfor
the Books
_' I f Ha at Last Been Taken Up by the From night. The entertainment was by far Mobile by sea. I formed by a church minister.-St. << ..

Conlets{ Volusla County-\umer-: the finest ever given in this city (In the Republic.
Commissioners- : OPEN. :
; County He came to Daytona (in 1S71 and for I
way of stereopticon views. The house I a
; to Work on Coast Roads.It ous Transfers. a number of years was engaged as a
and could not gain Rooms En-Suite With Private Baths, :
was packed many :
in the employ of Douglas & Take the drive over the Port
now begins to look as if steps will DeLand, Fla., Feb. s-The following I admission judging from the many en- surveyor: I Billiard and Smoking Room, :
be taken to construct a bard road be- transfers! of property in and about Day- chores and complimentary remarks Jones, civil engineers.Mr. Orange bridpe. .tf : Electric Service Throughout; .
The mat- tona have been recorded in the office of Cox had been declining in health I II -S
ween Daytona and DeLand. made by many old veterans who were I Large East and Sun Parlcr, :
consideration at the Clerk of the Circuit Court at !>. for come time, but had only been confined :
ter was brought up for at Norfolk during the Sixty's. The entertainment --f II Broad Verandas, Fine Orchestra
the regular meeting of the board of Land recently: : gave universal satisfactionand to the house for about six weeks II : Fine Cuisine and First-Class Service. :

county commissioners Monday,and that Laura E. Wall to Emma WntRiuai.. has impressed the people in this vicinity before his death. Mrs. Emily I. Lee, of s << .
Thursday New York, a sister of the deceased, has I : JAS. H. JOHNSON & SONS Propr's. :
until next will be second
body finally adjourned $40, lot 42, block Wall's suk in I lt} that the Exposition I .
the winters with Mr. and a
when the matter will be more fully tona. to ever held in this country. spending ....................... ... ... .......................
Mrs. Cox for several and I
considered.The (;,'0. II. Luumg to A: ml FIcl ::,i" ---- years --

New Process Cement Company of $ \). Kits I anti 2, 1 Murk :.1. ,ul'! I I..c : Lenten Services. present to assist, Mrs. Cox in ministeringto I, N I ************************** Ofc*************************

Wilmington, Del., has: !submitted blink 3J. Iludcem.m's: Dr '"11.'. his care when the end came. Seabreeze .\".... Daytona I Kench. s
proposition for constructing a hard Tttiiin J. Murray tot> \\ti-M\ I.iml C At St. Mary's Kpiscopal: : Church there I Lone Bay Inn, NVxtdoor to |M> :
road between the two places, and the '. 41 a.d 4- -I7 service and sermon on Ash Wednesday Sire of IIU VnbrrlU.
{:Jti'i t I, Cared Jr.uit. M< : > # / ,.. River and O: -nn. I'X'>KI; NE%%* MANAGEMENT Hmo@*
president of the company will be present 34. wes-t t>f railway. at 11:30:: a. m. Departing Guest-Dear me what a J r
at the meeting of the board' next II (G. Swerdffper! t<> I Kdvvard: : Brown On Wednesdays and Fridays during stet night! I wonder If you could give C LouMaif;" ,) J""IIRateM f'.OO to $10.0O. Scial;| rate fur :

Thursday prepared to go into lhetn alter $300 S 2-3 lot 7. Mock 9, Coronado Ix-nt there will be services! at 9:30: a. m., me the loan of an umbrella? Host the, Season.I .

l in all its details. \ / Beach. and on Thursdays there will be service Certainly I would be, but-well the better the for fact a 1s walk., I think I'll : MRS. C. E. HUYCK, Proprietress. :

A special road tax is being Collected Ella S. Freeman to Willard J. Babcock and lecture at 4:00: p. m. Just take a turn home with you and .......4. .......... .... ............... ;.....#..:

this year for the purpose of building SS40, part sec. 8-15-33 near Pine At Port Orange there will service and shelter you by the way." hGl --------- '- --

hard roads. street Daytona Beach. sermon at 7:30: p. m.. Ash Wednesday, t *, .* *****.*.*.*******..... ... ...********************
The board reduced the license: tax on Abba E. Allen, guardian: to Marion L. and every Wednesday and Friday,there Bright Boy

photographers to SI.50. Bruce, $ ;W). undivided! J X J 4lot :3 1 Mock will: 1 It* service and address at 3.00 I p. mAt Can you stand on your bead?'* asked j: THE AUSTIN. :
urderttitlobe a visitor of little Dudley. .
The COIIIrts were
transferred county the coast distritt and 3. Memento.John H. lliii. to ih-boru -nkiui. :New Smyrna there will Usen ice "No. he replied. ,.It.. too high up." ]I / fY oNEO +c c11Vith Overlooking, the Halifax River. D.iytoua, Florida. :
>ky and sermon at 3 u>., on Ash Wedncs (I
put to work on the i>ruiiiuU from Sea- }M O) lot 2-1, Hinsky's! ub. Ms I and '-. p. !I THIRD LARGEST HOTEL I IN TilE CITY. :
day, and service and address every Friday To grief there 1* a limit: not II o to i Donnelley & Uatficlds: Minstrels; : at

breeze Citizens to Mosquito of Holly Inlet.Hill hate agreed to block ."..., M I A C )lUytona.liK at 7:30: p. in. during Lent. fen"-Pliny" the Younger ]: Opera: House( Mnndry evening: 'l'b. 11MERCHANTS' I A \..w Honw With All Modern Improvement St im tlratml.V. :

the road The services at St. Paul's Romai I \ W. AUSTIN, Proprietor. :
furnish marl to be placed on R
through that municipality providing \1t-I: lx>t on North RiJge- Catholic l'attwlic'hurd, will be :i!* us- 99+99..........................._ .._ .._.._._._..1999999_ u_ & **.*...........**.*.*..*** .*.*.*****.*****.*..**** .*.

the county will see that it is put in place. wood, lOS feet front, TuO feet deep; I ual. ----- - -- -- -- -- -- ---

Commissioner Potter was authorized to fine building lot; a gixxl tearing Mass on Sundays at 10:30: a. in., and **************************9**************************

accept the p- position. orange roon the lot. Price on week days at 7-00 a. in.. Stations of BANK

A number of tax rebates rre allowed reasonable. G. H. Seaman. .150; the Cross and devotions! : at 4 00 |I' m THE MYRTLE

... bonds were approved and other minor South Uidgcwood. tf ---- UmAXCH, OF nlr) COUNTY BANK)

business transacted. DAYTONA, FLORIDA i Centrally Located. Elegant Rooms and Board |8 to fit a week. .
I Washington's Birthday Celebration. Table Hoard All Modern
: a Specialty Improvement :
TO And
PROTECTION The llX'allOllge of Red Men, promoterof

1" VOLUSIA COUNTY the Washington's Hirthday celebra- VOLUSIA COUNTY BANK :. MRS.\ CHAS. KOST, Proprietress. C

OUR GAME FISH tion, do not wish to monopolize thmovement.but
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:: SCHOOL BOARD desire the hearty! ctopera DeL":\D, FLORIDA
>RK tion of all the citizens of Daytona and
surrounding towns: in order to make it a Condensed Statement January 24, 1007Comptroller's ****************.********* **************************
tRK Is Sought by John Y. Detwiler-He Is .

To Enlarge the Seabreeze High School. at Work to Establish a Govern pronounced from success year to and year insure not its necessarily continuance ( call) i THE GLENN

State Uniformity of Text Books ment fish Present. under the auspices of the Ret

r Men, but as apopularpublirobservance) : A Homelike hones with all Modem Convenience Board with or :
Unanimously Rejected. 11. Y. iK-twiliT, honorary state fish KESOUKCES LIABILITIES *
of the day. without rooms. Jt.O: a any. Special by week. $ '
r The Volusia county school hoard metn commissioner, appeared before the Halifax the Loan and MscounU 1tB,7c' 71 i i I CaDltal Htrek ... SO.WO 00 # C
The schools, it seems, are taking up ..... i Mrs. Ella H. Glenn .1
at Del-and River Yacht Club Wednesday Ktockeandnoods. .1.5000 ( surplus and UndlTldttloverdraft North Beach st.. Daytona na. Prop'r J
regular monthly session!::
\ matter enthusiastically and the ..... l,""l 1-1 pronti.. 4.VUI ":: .
Monday evening and concluded its work made an urgent appeal to that body to business very men how a disposition to add Hanking houses and FU- i "T>,Ocrtmrate pot>lt..... ........ ...De- 5r9mv: W .......................... ..........................C
turei: IvpoJt-
its and assistance in
secure co operation
Tuesday morning.On tneir efforts! to the movement, but i it Voluslat'o.l.nkta m nd. IS: ,?* 81 i
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the recommendation of Commissioner getting the "Tinted States governmentto should have the spontaneous support' Merchants'Heal K:,,t alf'.Hank ll.-v..f: tjba 15 Certlncatroflept"lt-Time--niw* 113 ...........................................O1.NNN
Crouch the purchase of a lot adjoining set aside as a government :: Collection Arroun ... :\2 is
prIern'I and backing of the whole population Caib on band and In hank 217e6 i (> I? i
portion of Mosquito lagoon I
the Seabreeze high school was of Daytona and vicinity. ; i' I M. ELLA DE VOY CO.
authorized to enable the enlargement between New Smyrna and the I Total 1.'XV i |II| Total .',angst; u

t : of that school. for the protM'tionlId propagation of I Parties interested in this patriotic! t : SPRING OPENING i

The old school building at iilcncoc young mullt These fish use this: territory -i movement are invited to attend the ..4.......*.....*N.NN.N.*.......*..........N.N

was ordered to be sold for $2S.:! as a fl'Ctling.ground, and being I nightly meetings held in the former (Ga I : Thursday and Friday February 7th and 8th. t

Commissioner Prevail reported that themselves: a favorite prey as food for I rette-N>w\ building on North Beach ..........1..........................................1 I : No G South Beach Street Daytona."THE i
he had sold the Juniati school building all other species of game fish, it naturally i street. I : : : !' N !NNN.1NN.NNN... .. ...
Combination Itmikfawt :2.V; imp| Tabfode'llot1 Dinner "U(>r !I .
follows that efforts must he forthto i -- -- --
for $22.50 and the piping at Seville<< for put : t Z.. ................. ....... ..........,." ... .. .....
the mullet from the raidsof
$2.50. preserve Death of Mrs. Deuel.
A communication relating to the Sauls- game fish, l oth for human consumption : |i MAC'S CAFE i 2T
Mrs. Ruth Coggeshall Dvucl died last: | PINES
ville colored schoolhouse wa refeired to and as an attraction to\i itors. : ,
morning, at the home of
Wednesday !:
., the superintendent.An The mullet is one of the most toothsomeof Mrs. \"idor"uillaumC'. on 1 A New House With All Modern Convenience.Actomodates .
her C. AlcCANN.
daughter, L. Manager.)
salt fish article of *
the water :is an diet ,
offer of $10 was aCM'l't.for I
50. : ..5O and
North Reach street. $ a day up. Special by week or month.An .
old Cow Creek schoolhouse: and a bill for and every effort! should l I"e put forth to:
shield them The funeral took place at 10.30 : .ai> :South: ) Reach Street, attractive house with large and airy room, hot and cold water
from the of
its sale ordered drawn.A depredations i through the bouwe, sulphur or soft water bathe. electric light, furnace
salary of $12 per month for six their more powerful but valueless! foes. o'clock Thursday morning, Rev. A. J | DAYTONA) ) FI.I ..:\. $ heat and telephone. Some of the pleata-nt feature' of The Pines are its
months was appropriated for a teacherat Mr. iH'twilt-r's" : views met the hearty Wilder, rector of St. Mary's Episcopal wide verandas and its Hoof Garden where you can have a fine view of

Ponce Park.Chairman approval the club, and I 11. T. Conrad' church, officiating.The J A I A Carte Service from 7 :a. m. to 11 30 p. m. J the country, river and ocean. The I'iite: is situated on South:; Ridgowood
I the bijlht'tlt.enue in Day toi n. Room single or en suite, with or without
Chandler was authorized to S. 11. (Jove and I.Cluiotdler were appointed body was temporarily placed in a private bath.
store the Spring Garden: and Mid wow a committee to investigate: the vault at Pinewood Cemetery and later Regular t+upper :t."'. Fine Bakery (iood.. +. t FEN) FROM I NOVEMBER 15: TO Y.I..

school furniture in a suitable place in I subject and act in acrordanrc.I will be taken to Saratoga N. Y., Mrs.I .... ................................................. If J.
DeLand. I Deuel's old home, for interment. I i I i. Proprietress.

'. After careful consideration of the matter I tAnyone having; an lIen.ous' Mrs.: Deucl's only living children, 1Irt."uillaul1lc : : :13'1 South Ridlll''oodtenur.. DAYTONA FLORIDA I

.t. the board unanimously rejected the or chronic trouble should eye not fail to \". \ of this city, and David :----------1 : NN.N1.................. .............. ............

,.. proposition for state uniformity of text give the matter immediate and careful Deuel, of New Mexico, were with her .*+.***..+....N...+...... .+......... .+.+....NN..+ .
books.A during her last illness and death and [
proposition from two of the trust attention, and you cannot serve : i
two of her granddaughters, Mrs. Douglass i iI
tees of Glencoe to discontinue that your own interests better than l 1'J> and Mrs. Payne, of Jacksonville I The Ivy Lane Inn i

school was overruled by the hoard at consulting the eminent specialist: on were present at the end. Florida I ;
j 'J the request of the patrons. those disorders, Dr.) E. II. Ann- Mrs. Duel\, who had just passed! her I +
The various of colored street and I Ivy Lane
f' appointments ninty-second birthday, was of a bright, ,
strong. who will be at the TroyHouse
I proved.teachers by the superintendent were ap here on his next professional cheerful disposition, and among her i "THE FAVORITE" II IIi OPEN DECEMBER I.

:. visit, Feb. HJth.: :T.C.-iw(: friends and intimates was affectionately I S

I ----- -.- termed "Grandma Deuel." She was in II IIi In the success of its first season this house proved ita abilityto
full possession of her faculties and until i I'NDER': MANAGEMENT: : OF
Port Orange. Aotell: Soprano Singer. OPEN for the SEASON 1906-07 please) and satisfy those who desire elegance with all comforts
l very recently was quite active as well. and

Miss Electa Gifford! who has been engaged Resides her son and daughter Mrs. L. M. Waite Owner and Proprietor. conveniences
Port Orange, Ftbruaiy Wednesday the Palmetto .It i
by Club for a musical i
iH'uel leaves her demise
to mourn %
., t afternoon was the second' church tea entertainment on March iMh or several grand children and great grandchildren ................................................... MRS.: FAttention Proprietor.
I and it was quite a success, as they all! 19th, has: the reputation of being .ne of I. : : :: :: ;
and host of friends both old
a ......_ .
Mrs. Chas. Milburn hostess N
I are. was .
the .. ........
: best prmos of the day. As anoperatic and young. *****;**********;********* **************************t :
..1. assisted by Mrs. N'eedham, Miss& .\. K. singer ill such roles as the Queenin I' :.....,.......... ....... ................. .... .......
and Mrs. lu .
Hoi i
.I': George The Audubon Society* met at theE II as.ll the Huguenots as others! ,she Marguerite sang: with in Maurice Faust t. -Mr. Business- ---Man- I! ?i Palmetto House. j f[ i Tourists.

l home of Mrs. F. W. Hoe Friday after I
f: ( rau in New York and as prima donna If you are not at this: moment in need And all lover of Fine CiKsrll. You \\iI. find the! Largest AmortimntFined
!t. noon. coloratura in the N'ctlwrlands opera in of some kind of commercial printing
; i There was a large j picnic to the Inlet 'Amsterdam and us :oolobtith the you surely will be in the near future. : Well Known and Popular. J I Variety and

Friday. A party sign went' up :Spruce I greatest orchestra in this countryin- We wish you to know that we are doing Best Quality of Cigars at the
Creek to fish for black bass.Mr. I cluding Theodore Thomas, the litonSymphony. most satisfactory work of this particular i Overlooking tlu beautiful Halifax River, i .

and Mrs. Geo. F. Lufbrrry returned 1 Paur and Du.-s Metro- line and our prices are as low as the CITY HOTEL.
i Wednesday from Jacksonville\ | quality} will permit. We will gladly call I
j Mr. and Mrs. Tom WelU left Wednesc'ny In 1903 Miss Clifford' toured Australia for your order if in the city. Phone the : house. H irst-t. ass in all respects.) : I 43 Orange Avenue, tFoimerly I Daytona Hout*:)
for their home. with the violinctHist -r.irdy; and the I Ii'
Gazette-News Company. Twenty different Brands of E HrtCla (Hood.
r Capt. Hon Morris drove down a I pianUt Gal-ton. kM I II
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I party in his automobile Sunday after The Daytona Palmetto Club ito be I i''

.1 ,I noon. I Congratulated upon having secured Miss ttTetlt-y's India and Ceylon Teaof C. 0. CHAMBERLAIN PROPRIETOR. GEO. H. MATTHEWS\ Proprietor.
I! Bishop Gray, Hev. A. J. Wilder and Gifford for a u.-icil recital in March London, England, at your grocers 31-: h-h-lG I' a .......................... ...........433334343443343'NN : ,

J I, Richard Arnold son of our late rector, the exact date i>f which will l>e given .*.*+* + + ...+.....+++..> ... .. .. ... .. .......... 4

I.I came in an automobile Saturday, and later by the i after partaking of luncheon with Mrs Mardi Gras, :New Orleans Mobile and i. : ******.*******.********1

C. II. Meeker, the Bishop, assisted by
'"; / ; Mr. Wilder, held a memorial .service in 4IIemember: the Daytona) Bakerycan I 1'cnsacola. The Stillman R The White #
all wants in the i R House
: I honor of our late beloved rector. The your Feb. 7th to 12th. 1907, from Jacksonville I
baker line. tf #
Bishop unveiled a beautiful bronze tablet to Pensacola and return $12.25.; C

.j erected in the church to his memory -- --- Mobile $15.35, New Orleans! S1C.GO, iba.: -tt Strict.: ISetnet-n\ \clujiaunil :\1.lono":1, Ast-nut-r i E. L Howard Beach.i i

.{ by a member of the church. The Bishop i Card of Thanks. tickets on sale Feb. 6th to llth inclusive Prop. Daytona
spoke very feelingly of the life and work i iI final limit leaving New Orleans. Now Open for the Season of 1906-7.

'; of the late Mr. Arnold. I. C. M. Bingham and family wih to exj j; Mobile and Pensacola Feb. 17th. IJy : Situated on high land overlooking the the J
'I House Tboroiiijhlv! lU-noxat f Nw j F irnihinip Modern Imi-rotfin'tn. J | Ore n on
Do not forget the Physical Culture entertainment tend their heartfelt thanks to the !I 1>:1)'mentIf fifty cents and depositingticket I :, east and flanked by the broad Halifax River
on the 14th inst. in Hidge- many friends who so kindly remembered'j I with ticket agent, ticket can bt Table Hoard aSp( 'clalq. Wlutf. IK-Iji; Northern Cooking.. i few on the west there are It
wood Hall. and osMstcd them during the illness and i! extended to March 2nd. For Pullman Reduced Rates for December and January. 1 : or more delightful places in which to spend the

death of the wife and mother of their I! reservations and detailed information, : winter months than the White House, Daytona Beach, Fla. Thee

;home-especially to those who assisted gallon or write Frank C. Boyleston, DW1QHT clubhouse of the Florida East Coast
Bigger and better loaves at the in funeral L R STILLMAN S Proprietor. i Automobile Association is
arrangements and who tent District r:1Sscngergtnt, .\UlntieCoa..t .1 .i only a mile away.
Daytona Bakery. the floral offerings Line. Jacksonville, Fla. :. : : I .
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f1f ...i.iIMIMtMIMINNNN Edward White's boat, the White The yacht Roxana departed for I Right Rev Boyd Vincent, S. T'I I

Local Streak, was launched last Saturday.She Palm Beach with a party Tuesday D bishop of southern Ohio, was in

has just been fitted with a new : morning. the city Wednesday visiting with

.........................: fifty horse-power engine, which I ;Osteopathy-Dr. J. C. Herman, I Rev: A..1. Wilder rector of St J "ID\ what i

$:Just a Tip-If! you contemplate should make her "streak" it faster I opposite the Gables. :37-10w; I Mary's Kpiseopal church. l

buying an Elgin or Waltham watch, than ever. i Latest in dig l (collars ami l necklaces -

better: do it now. They .may never Try Birch wood'a butter. I II. G. Fletcher has been spending I in all c"lor:4.rmeIl an (la/air.: ;
several days in Jacksonville on a
be cheaper they cost more. i ?
We think, we know what we are Mrs. Marie Maine has rented the I combined business and pleasure In your travelon' RoMiL street &tdX > ." .

Geo. F. Smith house on Magnoliaavenue trip. : \"flU will scarcely fail tn< nnluen-
talking about L. H. HOWE&: Co., 1
for the season Mrs. Maine thouy Bru3'nt" .black atul goldsign .
j ,
The Jewelers.J. New spring line of shirts just .
has friend with her and is from the end! of I i J
a staying suspended
received at The Globe.At i Indigestion promptly follows the use of ployed in its manufacture. Its purity is your
M. Garland returned Monday for another from St. f Itheu lI'adl Iij : 1
the of
looking lady awning at corner '
I lard lard is made from and is The of Cottolenc is
) as hog-fat, surely. quality always ,
.. the last of the Day-
from St Augustine. Augustine to add to her houshold. meeting j Street and I Ivy Line
Promotion it deter- greasy and indigestible. Some future day, uniform and dependable. 1
tuna League was> I
Daytona stationery. Ujnl 8. Daytona fetalionery. Its xr:: :O. I termined to adopt a constitution and I( JTIwladirs o( M. .Mary's Jiuill J : when people are wiser and healthier lard, for Every good grocer sells Cottolcne ; and 1

Geo. S. Adams, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. )Jurw oyne arrived I.,I by-laws and place the organization i will bold a fund sale in the guild I II i edible purposes, will be scarcely! used; but, those who use it themselves, recommend it. 1

railed on Daytona friends Tuesday. horn Monday evening fromNew !: on a i,cruianent basis.: ;I room :Saturday. February !Iii.! from until then, we suppose people will continue to It comes only in sealed white pails, with a .

their aIJ i2 1 l to 't i p. inMn suffer from "lard stomachs." fu t
York. t'III'l'lMr. I
ttr"r bicycle lessons apply to During > tit will to get our 11l'itelt I. red label and band. the center of the .
Prof. Jos. Collier, P. O. Box 291: "tf Burgoyne: suffered! severe attack on souvenir}I3Y"ou lleorce U.I >. M. 1.. Lewis i Mrs> s.t i' The most perfect shortening in the world label is our trade mark-a steer's head in a j

Messrs. A. T. Clarke, Charles C.Archabell of pneumonia, [but his many 'I Clark, Jeweler.spoons Ryan daughter, is expected: today I is Cottolcne. It is a pure vegetable product, cotton plant wreath. Do not accept a sub- -j

J. E. Rush and B. Z. friends are pleased to know that he I from Muuience. Ill Mrs. Lewis I containing only pure, refined cotton seed oil stitute. Cottolcne is the original and only improvement '

Electa Gifford, the well-known will and choice selected beef It will make lard It has '
SnowJen were DeLand visitors last is improving rapidly. assist Mrs Ryan in the suet. upon as a shortening. j

l Saturday. :+Dr. J. H. Pierson, dentist, Conrad operatic, concert and oratorio singer, ery business, taking charge millin'l your food palatable, digestible, nourishing no satisfactory substitute-except on paper.

block, phone 108. has been engaged to give a recitalat stamping work, especially and healthful, which is more than anyone Use one-third less. Cottolene being
JFor Rent-Five room cottage, un the Palmetto Club house by the of lard. 4
can truthfully
furnished O'Brien the Jeweler. tf Norman S. Dayton, the lumber club March 18 19. tSeeMrs Ryan'smillineryopeuingNext : I say richer than lard or cooking butter, one-third 4

merchant, has opened a down town on or Cottolcne is a clean product. Only the less is required. It is, I
Mrs W. R. Rhodes Monday at 3 m. Mrs. Loretta -
of Pa.
Corry, p. '
office in the Peck building. In addition I |Mrs. Lewis will do stamping atMrs. most modern and hygienic methods are em- therefore, economical. i I
Mason will lecture the Palmetto
is visiting with her brother, F. M. .it
[ store. I
Ryan's millinery
the lumber business real
to I
Club house "Concentrationand
Rowe. Mr. Rhodes expects to visit on
Daytona in March. estate will be handled. W. H. Ed- *Valentines! Valentines! Finest Meditation." Two of the series COTTOLENE was granted a GRAND PRIZE (highest __

mondson is manager of the new i assortment we have ever had. Clark's I of lectures have already beengiven possible award) over all other cooking fats at the '
WhatisL ly Water? Call atthe : Stationery Store. recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked
i and those who
electric light; plant. office.Dr. I were presentwere with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE.
Addison O'Niell. Osteopath, I| C. F. Tietjen and wife, of New delighted. I
Charles Walters and son! of Slateu has located! III telephone Home Helps a book of 300 choice recipe, edited by
at Ray street i I York City, are guests of Schmidt's1'illa. Fine and Mr,. Rorer, if for 2 cent if address t
lslaucl I .t stationary, newspapers yours a stamp you
N. Y., recently returned frompleasant )130.: if !
!! this being their second season magazines, at Barnes' Novelty Store. The N. K. Fairbanh Company, Chicago.
down the river in
ru-To Mr. Mrs.M 'I at comfortable house. Mr. A NEW FEATURE-The patent airtight top on this pail U for the +
The River Conferenceof
bt. Johns
heir houseboat Wolverine. of keeping; COTTOLENE clean, freak and rholeome it .
1 set jen is president of the West purpose ;
Smith, a ten-pound bov. Saturday I' the M. E. Church closed at St. alto prevents it from absorbing all disagreeable odor of the grocery, :
*GH d horse for sale cheap I In- evening, Feb. L'. Mr. Smith i is more I Si."If Bank of New York City. such a. fish, oil, etc.Nature9s j
Petersburg Monday. neG.. R.
wire Wilson north Ifea.:; of .
Harry (
smiling/ than ever and though he accepts -I i "Teddy Bears and live alligators\ Rutter was reappointed to the pas- 1

reeze High School. .if congratulations with hit usual at Monk's Curio Store torate of the Daytona church. Rev. Gift from the Sunny South I II
John it is visible that he
Y. Drtwiler came \\V-d- modesty plainly 1
up Mrs. Ella II. Glenn's mother, Mrs. J. Smith Kirke will be the pastor at I
es'lay! from New Simrna in his is filled with .pride of his only -on : Beach. .- t
\V II. Quay and her hn.tllt'r'wife,
t, Lucifer, Itriu iiii .1 and heir. i I .RneRS. I"I\ '. .... n 1"I\ I\. 1'V., ", '\ '' ;
; part i Mrv John A. Quay, who l have been I tFine line of Kimonas: just recciv- ; WtttiJewelry.rrr. ttirrr,r.rrnr rr. .1r.1..1r".1I"I.\.I\'U..U."I; '' '.r'.1I.\.u.vJ'.J'.IT ,
F of Ohio people, who are III l lI ; <
guests clr I.11. Huuv'uUmSuito hari red nriied. '
Mrs. Glenn, returned last
I visiting: eJ at the AKMCNIAN: BAXAAK:
is house. .1.I Opera House bl.H-k, telephone I New Books. !
: week to their home at 1IcaJ'illt..I'.1. '
: 2.! if I
WA\TEI It- .A jHJsitiou l l Iy an'ex-: In a letter to Mrs Glenn her mother Christian bunch announcementafor :: j

rieuced private tutor. address P. Ilet.I.Useroho: IMS h.1.1! I three i i jhiys: they found! the weather quite!, toinornw: Sunday school, F. 11.i i .. .,

., Gazette-Newsofice. Ill-It Call. and .
: superintendent: preaching -
years'persoud t'xl'erieUl't' 111 a!!,1 pleasant, not at all ('Ohl.I .... ==
i jf J. D. Cleghorn, i>f Minneapolis, Catholic monastery, will lecture at Watch and communion service at 11 a. m., sermon !I Nr\\j\ '
jewelry pairing
I !
Charles E. Powell The
altinn., in the in the by s
was city early the Kingston M. E. Churih at :30p. )
No job too small or too large for us :
week l looking location for his 13.:> j public is cordially invited to attend. : ool\S\
up a in. on Friday, February Special l I I
handle. (u II. Ci Jeweler.
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.rnily, who were stopping in St. music for the occasion. Admission I 11.\\1\- !I L -
Wanted-At $lI1Jt.m. stationery; : :-J [!', -: .
?Augustine.E8 I young II / '
25 cents The proceeds will be I '' .f \ '
ith at soda fountain Elmer: liver) proprietor of the ; I. .1
\\ experience ; .
I : I': .
used for the benefit of the church. : !
t ttla brewing T tley's Teas follow di- I I .. :..t \
at Atwood )).1)11)11\ Auto Transit Company is : :
apply Pharmacy.I : .
[ :4 '
iJection i on package to obtain bet rev I ;"J". r' .
-Sewing machines for mil and planning) t.) t'l"I'd a new during ,. ,'1o.i4.. ": .' : ;, '
ikulta* 31-Mh-lG I i Barker ami wife ,.f 'IVlliaiu, garage :- fi / )i' ti Ir 9 "' v..,t.i t.J; l .' ..,,..:rsf !
for sale at BarneV Novelty Store.The the The ; : 00._ .
: coming suminor pro- ", 'k'- .J. _. ,. J"
For first class work-DaUonaj ) X. Y. are again at Sc'llIlIillf1'jlb.. -.;-" -
l will be :;.*xlOO i -= _. ,. .. ... I:'.
j Steam Laundry" phone S. if Tomoka River Excursion Mr. and Mrs. Barker hays spent pobed building feet I .......- ....'.,...... .'1 ,
and built entirely of stone or brick, and I' ;: '. -. '". :. ;:1' I
has erected large
Company a eleven (iinswntite season here. .
The Petrel MM. S.
belonging to will be t
.$ Doss of the peninsula opposite very artistic sign over its ferry dock. Ir. Barker owns a place at Crescent ; strictly fite'pnsf.Try ,f : jl jlI

few Smyrna, brought a party up to One end of the sign, which is painted City, Fla, and spends the forepartof I ItirthwixHl for fresh tllt'atK.1 :: I

Daytona Wednesday. Mr. Foray in oil, pictures a beautiful spoton the season there, coming to I D.a>,- I i ...: S* ur m\enll '|1":1': and hand:a .\IIIJ.l latest NmeK Also: Ixxotiiifj ks far these f t tr

Was in charge. the Tom"ka with an alligator tona usually sometime in IVbruary. i 1 A Religious Hand. I II I :.. "nixeOur j priers \\IIIWI"n.o.f \''u people, .

sunning himself, while the other end ;_ Jewelry RepmrVork Stationery of Every Kind. i., t
J. I II I Italstiu liisl lliarIMMII
J Salesladies 1Vantedily'l'hel'cckllendrick I ('apt. and >.u .
For Sale Nice, gentle horse, states the time of departure of the Daytona the 'nf1. ThebUul .: a f ."<.lall. Flue lest line in the ritv.GEO. .
itable for family, dray or delivery; (\>. Must In'l ex- I in past I ; ,
The is the clever handiwork :
a1 a bargain. tf .1. K. sign lTtenml! in ,lr'g"I... t'J"1'1" )' I u: of u religious; nature tiu-tlung y f
of Mrs. W. W. Carter and Like! HitS ilv.itioirm\, H. CLARK

Mr. and Mrs. S. It. Hurchard, of is of more than ordinary merit.t at once I !I 5 I

...amestown, N. Y., left Wednesday Fred Kd wards, nf Oklahoma) ait ; Alleged liters |>in.:.heJ. Two Stores. 124-126 South Beach Street.
a two weeks trip to Cuba, after The Belle (Harbor( leaves the ferry old friend of Frank I H. Spring J ) I

which will dock every Sunday afternoon at two Iv-put !SlirnlT: ; I.', M. Kurtz was in I I.,1>I...... ..A.111j.111t1JIlA1ilTr1A.>1..>I.1111,111.....II.I..I'I"'I'I'I"'I'I'I'_.
they return to Daytona. Chris Gougherly and James Hou':- I \\,tlrif and l arrested five I vrAyoe .I,r"w--II"'Y"II ""'''f''II Yf'i''''''''Y'IVI
Mr. Uurchard is old-time friendF. o'clock for different points of interest I I
an ton spent Saturday and I Sunday colored linn for the alltgcd illegal sale

M. Rowe, the jeweler. on the rh er. Hound trip '?;k here visiting with them Mr. Kd- !I of liquors. Those arrl.:-te\l were J. A. ................................................ ....: Fine Line of a
R I Jackson, Willie Lee, June* Taylor I ,
ttBuy Tetley's India and Ceylon) lion. W. M. Ilolloway, state superintendent vans left Sunday for H.u'.111,1. Cuba, w.1 I
I*. I.exianil l:dun lUmuni, Jr. .
eaa of London, England. 31-Mch-l of public instruction, for the purpose of gaining a personal I I I WUEN SEE A IAN I Ii. I
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annual knowleelge of that city and I .
i W. II. Brown, a veterinary sur- makes the total state appor- I I
1) has tionment of the interest the surroundings : A gttitleman hating: couunollons .
from 8. on HAMMOCKSJust
n Watertown, well-furnishevl house MI Beach : ;I 0 C 1 1I
I J W''anii;; .lr 'f".ti s.ItUtilt! in i
been in the city the past week looking school fund for the year 34,744.17, If you want a fair equivalent for would like a man or married l couple, : l I I!

{ up work in his line. Dr. Brown and the average attendance of pupils your money, go to Mill* Dairy with or without children to share I : a 1.'IIIt'lIlt'll .y res'ua,. It" :

pent some time in Palatka, from b'8,82.:: ;, making a rate of 30 Lunch Volus'u; Aieniu i !house and expense with him. inquire I. pretty certain hit lie's \\ear- cs !

which he cents for each pupil. Volusia coun I of, or address, Mrs. Minks Surf
place came to Daytona. << i I I
The attention of our readers is I Crest 1)a.tonI4'ach.. I IH-lt:) I.i ing "ir thlJaum i cietltiag : Received.
of this is basisof i
ty's portion sum on ,
|Ir. E. II. Armstong, the Eye I directed to the advertisement of the 1 o
an attendance of 2,157 Bostonian .s,hct> :
average I : (!l.
Specialist, pays his next professionalVisit Hotel Palm Beach appearing in another -. .
VALUNriM-: .
amounting to $
to Daytona, Feb. 10th, and! mayseen column Hotel I Palm Beach, 1 There "tmloioatms_ aake _. 4

!>e at the Troy House. 3j.( \V t House and lot for sale on South located next door to the Poin-I The\\'hen day 1 i drawing may give& near to clue !I. I"'plt'| I happy unit_for-only *-ID .:

House one old, t 15 .iana. at Palm Beach is particularly *
Ridgewood. year ( My heart's fullest love, I II
The services last Sunday morningand I I J t.. x f..r the clothing and :
rooms, bath, lot 75x553.: Will sell attractive to those visiting Palm | My Palestine to I*! i 1&
evening at the Baptist Churchwere Bingha laleyCo.
furnished or unfurnished. Call or Beach and seeking the arl'|loc course for thee the Lest : : 53.'VJ In >l f"t thr-h'H. :,
especially well attended and
i Williit' too fine
address Mrs. Margaret Sanborn. Box tions of modern hotel at none ; i.
large .
a V '.ui'i t !lied! theta .
rut -
very inspiring. In addition to the i The nicest in f.1}tuua '> i i .
303, Da tona. reasonable rates. The :
regular service, Mrs. Bramson, of > more Must tx- your Valentine'Tie i i wluLi rn, I II.'Y'.I I but' .it .
order points of interest, such as the beautiful hunted(every ( I I.
New York City, sang in the morning Barnes' frames pictures to i I.. .
at the Novelty Store..t.t.It.1.1..t.t.1.1.1a. trips to the Garden of Eden, The lest 1 did implorr.
"The Lord is
My Shepherd,
the Alligator Farm, and to places And found it at lat ;
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i and in the evening, "The Lilies !
I Down in McFadden'sstore I THE GLOBE
along the shores on Lake Worth are : Furniture
I TIII't.'n' kind of ValenttorThe -' :
A11 former II.'ltienturc requestedto TOURIST'SSHOPPING daily taken by the iisitor: I Everyone ne>att'ot. "\\'t'etE'.tl best: ,

report, and any others wishing to enthuses over the trip down the Scene with comic rhyme i. : Clothing, Shoes and Gents' Furnishings, :::1

see me, to call, at Troy House, Feb. Jungle and find it the nust t tropical Some with nimy jest. : ITCK.: & FOSTER Proprietors. :
ICth. Dr. E. H. Armstrong Ee !: ride in the State. Other tiling they laic as ,,,H, I ..................................................... Undertaking.

Which Valentines could tie
3fi-2w -- -
and Nerve Specialist. : -
For a large assortment of !souvenir Far too many for me to trll- I
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hall rink \\Iu\lllt'ttu and see! .
Skating at Armory spoons Tasmania shells catseie go 1.
Tuesday evening, Jan. i9th; Thursday Hut that's where I'll)) buy yours 4\; i 1.I1lrn.11; i TIi; I HK.vm: ;
: pearl nock chains and a general I
evening, ladies' night Jan. .")1; CURIO STOREWILL And soon. while hey remain: ; .
Saturday afternoon'and evening, souvenir line gto Monk Curio I I"dr they go lint t like hot cakes I
Feb. 2. : BRING yOU IN TOUCH I Store, Beach Street.; t'onnf peach trret.vnd Ivy lan/ Ii The Cleveland !* I

,t ............................ SELECTED ASSORTMENT STOCK AND OF nEST GOODFOR i".........................1.: .. .. EXTINGUISHERSI I n
i< : WALLACE has put in this season GIFTS. A Few of the Things We Carry: i !Business : Aveiun' "pp' Hit*' i p *..t> i1;. < ;iaclgr: in '"lInl''I- ::

I I : a large line of CUT GLASS. WE HAVE SEVERAL LINES Alligator Goods Mexican Drawn : I f : inn with the h 'n.....- .lr." "um .,I.tll'n.. for -.1 \t<'enam>'. :. I Reduced to 1 1ir"i

I It is hand cut and hand THIS YEAR THAT CAN ONLY Work, Hand Paintt'\ll'hina. View : : M i
: polished and is of the tinost : S. B. GREEN tI Proprietor. :
t BE SEEN AT China, Pocket Knives the : ,
i : best make. We handkerchiefs in I>a\tona. : i; Building <<<< $14.00. I
: guarantee every piece of it. WALLACE'S.If *
J : new designs and shapes. Call Orange Wood Novelties. : : ('honei! :. gates: 1t'a""IILhlt': Sanitary I'lutnbing : '

1 : and see it. No trouble to Carved Pipes and Cigai : centrally located on Beach I <.<4......#...........*..**. .*.*.*.****.**..*..*.***.. .r: I
i f. show it. We also have You are Lookingfor Holders, Souvenir Spoonand! ..Jewelry. : I I- Until Jan. 15th.

: : a large stock rtf Post Card Hooks View Books : I Mtrt'i't, for >;III' at a bargain; II I ...4''..... .'......... ........... e.5\!'!'! .. r..!.'! !'!''''.'!" h.. .....i'!'. ..I, .s'!.i I

i# :: IMPORTED DOLLS. SomethingNew from -tV to SI.<(X), Post Cards and : I'I if sold at CIIH'; built of solid F

I Store Open Evenings. You Will i many other beautiful noveltiesetc. : !' rock double tioors; :1 The Seaside Inn. I II. ; BESTVorking IIi

............................. .................1.1.1.....: 'coquina ; : 11, Constructed.
: Find it at Our .- with dock and riparian I. i
I i i H' I.IIIIP\I[ I I' "
; "f( !I' "}MIUiri! !
: ."usl .1 Social. < )nl machine in southequipped'with
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Parsons, of : ) !
of building I
Store. :'right-. Dimension: i ,, ,,' I Iin, T t.-t '/ m ',it "I: ti. "" n.r
Albany, N. Y.. are visiting with Mr. : : .\ musical Sucul) wa given l>\ the I. : :\ \\ "|1"1"1 ti! "'* t* 'ti' U' u. mati'iii: i : Insurance I

Peck Loomis : : Christian Endeavor: Society in Social) 30x70 t; r l'l't. \ ; HORACE F. STEWART. standard test.
F. T. on
Hall at the Congregational: :
Give Us a Call. : llonil lIltIIIf'W. -ituiit-.l i'ii l>,ivtoii;a IVK .h Th.I h..t..II", 10 !
sister +inif ;
who is Acr entertaining
: e\enmc.
a till
avenuo. Mrs. Parsons, : Tuesday > hivetorwill find .,., .. j
was rendered, and i nil it* app..intutent| + with larl'I} [p! -ant r of Mr. Peck, was one of the early : :i the final program number was a laughable one, property worth inve tiga- : tli-i. --\ti :.mi-t "'i!'!t'uat.. K. atm.'- ,'a+mn, snit'! 1j, .nlll'I"r. ; ,

settlers of Daytona, coming herewith i. No Trouble toShow : ('ntitled"\ Kitchen Symphony:: ," the American La 99.1:

her parents among the party of : Goods. :. spoons instruments, and goblets used being or drinking tin pans glasses and, ting. Apply toi'CCOY I Surf Bathing is Unexcelled. j Fire Engine

fourteen accompanying Mathias i : with a ragtime accompaniment by Mica 1 Bros. !ti'f Day, the founder of the city. .1...........1...".....1 1 I I. Willaume

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--o. "Vi musma avenue
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,I One of the \\Tsest Dispensations of

i. ;, .' :,; .f .' Church, When There Is a Surcease Sif, zsT

: of Social Dissipation. aI
:;4.-,.' : :t-" >

r .. l Next Wednesday ushers in the '
a b 4 Ovy *& .
: ? x : .. season when for a (period of forty f p
wa' the frivoltics and follies of
r r t >i x d + ., r society A .
!*. ignored throughout the n.untT
+)'' :, ,,.
: 4 '. : where the {Greek the Human (' .

.. "- and Anglican religions prevail, amt
: season <>f ali!linrnrr, holy devotion
f'fa.r w" ill rriMir :i, a pry partition t f.. a i
.., the r.-h'r r..Ii\.1.!
I ) a
L t. The very niint >-f l.. ii i.- \ ',
... .," fiom (the Hunt; ..r.I.'lI.r| irnii. l.. -
r spring;;, and iin admit ntaiks (the mining
*>: of that awakening I!: P period <'{

l' year. This |IlI"rilld.'t' are toll, \\':&.
originally. forty hour*, (-(.r'''' ionding
the time which int -r\eued Vtwcrn i .

death and re-surrertioH ..f JI sms ('hrist.but

it has gradually: 1"1'11 l : r rr
.iEiliv- uutil it has reached, its picseiit! term. .; tr

In its latter-day iJwervanrp it i.s

institution: mingled characteristics.To vft
many conscientious people it ; U

I'p : t __ as an unwelcome burden, imp<)"jng { -Y ;:
-- ; ---- them restraints which they are not willing
to ignore and cannot **
"- yet &(
r- F .vt ', .. s r- that-t'egree' of philosophy which ri Q'i i V mulSrJl'
f superior to all physical do'fi ires.

i hers it comes as a \\> Icoifte, relief / t ., b 4r
: f. '
t "r Lr !1 f ,, *
th- gay but exhausting: 'mind of ;.0 :
: (
t dissipations.By r aa to
'I ,, rrtt, s'' per
it is
; !some |> < t:3
'- ;' -- I fidelity, while to others it j i.- nuthin I t'W 4/t it i
\ nP I more than a subdivision of the calendar.If :

f This beautiful new 14-room residence and 550 feet ofJand facing Halifax anything can be called so which i !
associated with sacred institutions, th ; TVinnollev V- llatfield Minstrels. at Opera House, T-eb. J hI!:|
'I indulgences which reluctant .. ..
t- Avenue at Daytona Beach, will be sold at a bargain, if taken at once; houseis deny themselves border at times ..

the grotesque and sin han".1 l dart a '

t i completely furnished; garage and stable; hot and cold, hard and soft water; a subject!Hut rising of tllirt MIJXTior h. to nil thor, C"i,,

in our ('ulI"i.lf'rat ill" of the. term \\
I bath and all improvements furniture new street on front and rear of
; ; property oH'l)!> next Wednesday iini.-t rcgari

it, even from a secular |H>int of \ il'a.,
; land 150 feet deep; adjoins the club house of t the Florida East Coast line of the wisest i diyo| 'ations of t th

( church. The fascinations and allure I[ :. :: 'AT.i
meta of the world lead us: on, like a willo'wi"p. ;
Automobile Association and gives an excellent view of the ocean: until unconsciously' the giddround !: I' It

has made sorious inroads
If you are looking for a snap see H. B. YARBOROUGH. health and flittered t away all the en godlike ou

J vigor of the mind. In the maelstrom
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; i ..' I --- =- of merriment and diversion w I I :v
l -' ,. ........ ................N Philadelphia;; E.: W. Murth, wife and |Posed a pleasant" auto party t" Port Harold, after a week's iv at the Seaside never f nd the quiet hour for Sf'Ct'tr.m.inillilln !

\ fi I HOTEL son, II. II. Cummann New York; (:co. I Orange Monday Inn, leave today for New Orleans.C. and meditation which shoute
B. (Hess Morris: Kelley Jeannttte, Pa.; W. A. Baggctt has accepted a position :S. Horn tins just completed th enter into and uplift emery '

1 I. : .\. C. Reinhold, I E.: B. Reinhold l. Marietta j i in a general merchandise business ;ill sidewalk from Pine street to tin, post- Gregarious: as we, and imitative, tar fo !
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B. Lewis and wife, A. R. Cutler ]I[Jacksonville' and leaves Friday fur that Om(.... the most p:1rt.'t' lackthe moral
I TilE GLE.V.V Mr. and Mrs. F. A.f : and wife, Bottou, ; E.: I. ShanelnTger I ity Mrs.I Baggett ill join him therein The oa'eau and tiger (piers have afforded age to t-trp' aside and rest so long as w 1
Warner, Jacksonville; C. D. Mathcwson., and wife Trrre < ;. W. d Columbus. short .
Haute time.
Hood .
: ; a good:: sport to the fishermen U. pa t'II..IJOth see our friends and associates still treading ,
BrIStol v t11.; II Yelvington: DcLond; Kan. | Mrs. Weir of Mr. i
f : 11. W. Cartwright and and daughter, guests \\( : in size and numbcr.and KOIHCfinereiordt the primrose path. \Ve require sume -
Mrs. Evelyn Steele, Chrisman 111.; J. (L wife Ne.wery, Ga.: ; A. M. Davis: and and Mrs. J. Ilrrtfrpcr: the early part have been made by th heroic conditions to impose! its restrainup
i Powell, St. Augustine; ; J. A. West Seneca wife, A. G. Davis and wite, W. (:. }{6\t-\ i J of the season, after a brief visit to Palm adepts. n u".
Falls' ; G. L. Heidler' Johnston, Ta. erts wife and children, Lincoln Neb. Beach and Miami have returned to Sea-
; Clan nee Rose! and Bill Xivens entertained I And so it is that even from a world I
Mrs. and Miss! Carpenter, Omaha :S.:; S. breeze and will spend the remainder a party "C> friends at the Blodgcttcottage 'point of ,'if'w. the coming of Lent is
,Granger and wife, Miss Bessie Granger, th1. season at the Colonnades.Mrs. Saturday afternoon. Refreshments
for and its olwcrvance
cause congratulation
J THE STILLMAN-Wm. H. Smith, I Lotus, N. Y ; Mrs. Alice I E.: Sowerby, f L. C. Wrther1>y i i-< rr>orted as were served and a pleasant afternoon shouldw\ a pleasure. The starving I'j

r \ East Providence; Miss C. C. McCann:: I Miss Clara Sowerby, Marion l Sowerby I much improved from an indispositiont I wa had by the |irticipant'. nervrs and jaded brain will find lh
Fall River, Mass; Mrs. II B. White, Perry :N. Y. that confined her tft hr room. r evcral A of nine ladies thajieroned i'
II, I I |arty young: rest! and quiet for which they have hungered a
head E. H. Bishop New York Mrs. A.
; !| days the pas week ) by Mrs. Ellen W. Martin !'JI'nt| } sin long, making at times unhcedprotests I ,
I. E. Johnson, Boston; Mrs. A. Ilemming- j Captain and Mrs. Brigham are exjicrting : -I 1:1.t'et'k at the Seaside Inn.A perhaps. We han have a I(i t'S li r

way. Springfield, Mass.; n. Sale: Gilbert.Mt. } CITY HOTEL-\\. 11 Lass, R. L. i the following guests the latter part bridge whilst party at the Inn Tuesday opportunity| to find out how far we havdrifted :I| f i -
: Veraon,111. J. Atlanta W. l'. of the week Mrs.
llobson Lee Fred and
; Dcutch j I : Brigham I afternoon. one of the pleasant from the high ideals we have :se | E
j. Cleveland; Frank GhSlton, \\. F. Laduc. i Non, Franklin, and Mrs. I,iura Brigham : social functions of the week. A five for ourselves'' in the great affairs of life.We -
,. W. C. Croft Boston; A. Dalton l.'ii-h-: ;: of Chicago. o'clock tea v.-a"5'n'.1. The win
; TilE AUSTIN: -M. and Mrs. M. C. I learn to know and esteem our [ello I
mond Anson McDonald, W. B., I James Bj of Jacksonville, was
Yawn, New York; Mr. and Mrs. E. H. ; ;grit ners of the occasion were Mrs. H. A. man better and thus stimulate the natural
?,. Machine, St. Johns X. B.; S. Caunhoot New York; W. F. Morse, 11 I E.: Grimes I in the city a few days this week looking Ainsworth and Edward Darvill. affections we feel for one another.It !
J. C. C. 11. ( II. L.Robidcre. after his business affairs.
Harding Carman. !
; Martin Butler Is home from college for I i
Escanoba, Mich.; W. It. Ilcarslcy, Atlanta I brings us close to of brotherhood
t I 11: U. I Beatty, I II: A. Martin A of Messrs. Jmith
party consisting ,
short vacation and needed rest.
d ; G. R. Albright, wife and daughter a : a and places us in harmonious touchwith : lvse _
i'u wrx.i lly ts 1t !! t
i S. Wright Gco. S. Adams, C. Christian-: White, Russell! Burgman and Case went Miss Mattie Yelvington has to + M -
gone the infinite.
Forrest, 111.; S. B. Smith, Chicago;
I. S. Garvix, New York; C. W. Banes cy, J. W. Johnston R. H. M, Clurg, I to the inlet Monday: on a fishing l>oat.tjuite IkIH'lnd, "ht'reohe! will take a position As a prophecy of spring we. shall give I
I M. J. Hulsey! H. C. Futch, Jacksonville! ; a party is expected to arrive a: as! cashier in Fudger's restaurant.J. : -
and wife, St. Paul. : it with exultation. We know that behind Djnnelley \:: [IlatGclJs Minstrels at Opera House, Feb 11th.
.- Raymond HispcnhiH Paul (Carter Wisconsin I Dixie Lodge this week, among whom M. SchleMnger, who has been at the I the lowering; clouds of today I II'trl'am" -. -- -. -- ---
g ----- ; Ferd Norelemcn, Port Orange; the following are included. : Mr. and Mrs. Pinehurst for a short time, expects his' the radiant sunshine of tomorrow I

WHITE HOUSE -Col. and Mrs. K.B. O. W. Graves; Ormond' ; W. 1'. Hill and Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. Hinton, Mr. family from Chicapi: to join him this when' birds shall sing and trees "SANSARA HALL"
wife, Jamestown:!' Exposition; I. Roberts, Lewis and family and Miss Baxter, most wcf'k.
Kyle Gad: den, Ill.; Mrs. i:. C. Atwater shall bud forth their annual vcidure. beautiful estate which Baron de Bars expended much IT 1 ,
II. )L :Shilston: I E.: N. Norris, New orleans of whom are friends of Miss Russell and The of the M. E: church : upon money.
Springfield Mass; II. II. Hathaway new pastor; The fragrance of the courtly train offlowers with tower bath piazzas and outbuildings, extensive grouoj
wife and daughe'r, Binghampton; ; W.-:S. (ioodwin; O. D. .Andrews are guests! at some time during each yearither will arrive thiweek, it i is .expected and the splendor of the woods and
I !semi-tropical fruits and flowers, near postoffice, pleasant walk fr
\V. C. Short ond wife Malone, III.; D. Virginia; Dan) May Robert I. Welch] T. < here or at Montcaglc, Trnn. fill the regular!: appointments for Sunday. f fields, tricked out in all their livery of station, etc. Price cash.
only $5,000, SI,000 Apply on premij
L. Musselman and wife B. Wright, St. Augustine; E.: H. Hoe, R. Dr. S. P. Leland is well I
Quincy; Mrs. petting as rapidly green, are drawing near us once again. !| Rev. Martin Hancox
I.11'ithers: Miami N. - or to Chapin Farm Agency, Boston.
Ben Douglass, Batchtown, 111.; Ix>vina ; iolding. :Macnn ; could be expected under the circumstances I We arc about to witness the annualmiracle I
B. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. O.) F. Temple Joseph Kropp, Connecticut; S. J. Davis, ', the doctor: says to the encouragement Bishop (}r.JY151ts the Coast. of the reviving year, as the A FORTUNE TO A LIVE MAN\
Gco. H. Cantrcll. St. Louis: ; Mr. and Mrs.Mcforrcn of his of the southern dioceseof
Dayton; Robert Weller Atlanta. !! friends. His i: nephew Bishop Gray, ; I fant world witnessed the miracle in-I
:St.: Augustine; B. F. Spindler, Dr. Inlandf Leland Fall, Ohio ar- Florida, held memorial services at :, death and resurrection nearly ; ville, S. C., one of the most rapidly growing cities in the South; 30,
Chicago; Mr. and I Mr :. Lessons, W. ri\l'tlla't wtfk ;1111114. torn in consultation St. Marys Episcopal:: ; Church for the late thousand year* ago. I ; 1 between Atlanta and Charlotte Southern Railroad; 27 acres with J
THE PINTS Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Knaggs;: and \\if,'. T. 1>. 1kyentnastcr! on the ease. Rev. C. W. .Arnold Sunday morning j| Mineral Spring-a water identical with the famous Poland; pavilion j

Johnson, Cincinnati; Mrs. G. H. Hicks, Toledo; R. Boylcs. 11. :Schriifp& A. M. }'5b. 3rd, at eleven o'clock. Mr. Wilms- houses, all within the city limits, adjoining Furman University! j

St. Johnsbury.; G. B. Stonton, Miss Wring C Georgia; II. II. Piper, IVnnsvaniaC. }!- I hurst of Del.and sang:, "Be Thou Holly Hill. cars; valuable for subdivision.; One of the greatest bargains for <
Eula Stonton, Social Circle, (;a.; Miss ; l'. }Ihiffien, Baltimore; II. I E.: P.iytouu Beath? February ?.-Colonel Faithful Tnto I 'ath," as the offertorysolo. in the South. Price for the whole, $12,000. A Resort Hotel t is
fc Nell Henderson, Hampton; Mrs.: M. E. Bramlitt Alabama; < ;<'0V.. Paikcr, 1 R.( B. Kyle and wife, of Godsden: Ala., The churl was' tilled to its utmost Mrs. Grant; MaloonV' mother Mrs. Details of Chapin Farm Agency Boston.

I Brinson Mrs. Sarah McElmurray, Way- Detroit ; Dr. Brown Indiana: J. :S.:; I and W. C. Shot and wife, of Malone capacity.The Chisholm, visiting her.
nesboro, Ga.; J. P. Weyerhaeuser and Campbell. Chattanoopa: B. Lord N. Y., arc guests of the White (House. bishop was iu New Smyrna Saturday The school exercises }"riday't're well : HOTEL OR RESIDENCE SITE
l *P wife, Elizabeth Frederick and Phillip Illinois; C. B. Floyd, Orlando' Quite a number Daytona Beach and I morning where hecomfirmed and attended and the children's t'fTorts'f're : --
I ( >!oite Fort Marion, corner lot, between City Gate and the Bay best
: : Weyerhaeuser, Miss A. Lyforxl, St.t Paul. Seabreeze people went Ormond Saturday I preached at tea o'clock and Saturday much appreciated by all. I Hotel
f Family in St. Augustine fronting the Reservation. The j
f' on
> r.. I .................. .------- to witness the ball game betweenthe afternoon he unveiled a tablet in mem- Mrs. Will Wethcrel returned the first! be obstructed. Price .
S2OO.pply: tx E. I.. Barnes. St. Augu|
I i ; Ormond and Stetson teams They ory of Rev. C. W. Arnold, and preachedto of the week, accompanied by her sister. I Farm Agency Boston.
: SCHMIDT'S VILLA-Chas. Barker : SEABREEZE and : reported the game \\'dllIl"N. a large congregation in Port Orange. Mesdames I Shaffer and Dillon with

1 t i' t r: and wife, Pelham, X. Y.; Chas. C. Auld I Miss Lillian Morris has Ilocn'isiting I At Ormond Bishop Gray held servicesin their families spent Wednesday on the j:: of t the Best Hotel in Florj
I Richmond; Louis Taylor, Savannah; S. Mrs. Horace Stewart and family this I the casino of the Hotel Ormond at beach and report having a good time in Bargains
t O. Smith and wife, Port Chester; W. W. .1 : DAYTONA BEACH : I week. i, 7:30: in the evening being assisted by spite of the norther. be sold quietly to not interfere with business. If you want a

Parson and wife, Burlington: C. H. ........................... Taylor 'Scarlett who has been quite Rev. Peter Tinsley, D. I D., of Cincinnati, The Sunday evening sing was well at- '001) ONE-that will greatly increase in value, at an utrao
Stockwell, Boston; J. H. 1Vyckolf.Brooklyn a' ill, is reported| as considerably iml'ro"eJunder and Rev. Cannon McGrath, rector of St. tended. Beside the usual program there i address the Chapin Farm Agency Old South Building HCtoD.1I';
f' ; F. II. Estelle, Rochester; R. : Seabreeze. February 7. The ladies Dr. Van Valzah's close attention. Paul's Cathedral, of Cincinnati'Successfuillazaar. some selections given on the piano: thatwere owner's address pictures and full detail.-
T. Bradbeer, Harry T. Daley, Detroit; circled the :Scabnr/e ngrcgational; I President A. F. Bruskc, of the Alma appreciated by all.

K. B. Cowley, C. F. Tietjen and wife church will hold their first )bazaar on the College, Mich.1 and wife are .-pending a Mrs. W. II. Heath ha just received anew LOT IN i ST. AUGUSTINI

New York; G. E. Albright, wife and afternoon and eonmg of 1'i-bruary lath I few days at the Seaside Inn. bicycle, which wa shipped to her I : :
child, Forest 111. A. T. at the \ViImanopera: 1I01l"{ '. {' -ful I ; George :Street I between Plaza and City Gate, 20x120: feet P
; Pearce, Jacksonville 1 I W. II. Scarlett, -f I..enneth'iuart': The Valentine Bazaar held Wednesday about : month ago! from Chicago.Mrs. i OO
:? cash
; G. R, Haile, Cincinnati E. Y. and fancy articles will I loe 'pla'ClI-the I : balance 4 (per f't'nlppl)' to E. I. Barer: S: Augutj
; e ., Pa., i i- here on a visit to his brother, afternoon and evening at St. Mary's G. Linqufet, who has been residing Farm
Rien, St. Louis; Mrs. R. Roscnbuch, work of the circle C.r the Part year; delicious I 'laylurcarlrtt.s Guild Hall, on Orange avenue, was a decided with her daughter Mrs. Peterson, Agency Boston.

Green Cove Springs; II. K Catz New : home-made candies and cakewill IX: G. Harnblin, a regular winter visitor success in all ways! the hall being went to Sanford with her son, II. G. Lin- BUSINESS
I York; Harry Bailey, San Mateo. l>e sold! ; coffee, sandwiches and ice I arrived from Lansing, Mich., this filled most of the time bit!' an eagercrowd quilt, who has bM'n'bltini: here a few STAND

f cream will be served. !!I week and i is a guest of the Seaside Inn, of buyers: and pleasure seeker!!. days. St.
i The evening;; entertainment will consist I I his tenth season there In addition to the valentines there Carder Linquist a student of a Jacksonville Augustine's Great Thoroughfaj

1 I PALMETTO-W. W. Piper, Mrs.=. R. of a musicale given by the junior Mr. and Mrs. George Leggett guestsat were fancy work and candy tables the business college, who has been : George Street between City Gate and Ponce de Leon. Hotel, 3- tor|
I"I"i;1 ; R. Brown, Pittsburg; Mrs. E. D. Kane glee club in which it i is expected the the Lone Bay Cor.0 months visiting Miss Eva Maim store on first floor suitable $
il i past Woman's! Exchange also having two tables returned to his :, for any business, and six rooms abort
Kane, Pa.; Mrs Ceo. B. Watts New will be assisted by the Daytona Congregational have returned j
: I to their home at Hempstead of fancy article studies tne first of the week. Too bad; I I $1,600 cash. Immediate possession.: Apply to F.: L n.;:-nf'l, Stf -
York; S. Kennedy;: Pitttburg; J. ; choir and for which an admis Uland.
.. Long Tea, coffee and chocolate cream and but the best of friends must part. ;!; Chapin Farm Agency. Boston.
W. Von Dohlen, Savannah Line T. sion price of ten cents will be I
; charged. I Mr. and Mrs. Jones of Franklin Kv
A of '
:: cake were served. So great was the demand company Holly Hill young peo't't
J I StadtwiUer, Mto L. M. Stadwiller Boston The proceeds: from the bazaar '
: will be
the Lone
:; were transient guest at Bay for candies and .>'Ome other lines pie pent a very pleasant evening at the PINES HOTEL FOR SAI
i ; ; Mrs. J. G. lucky; Ft. Johnsbury, applied to finishing the "basement t.f the i 1I
j this week. home '
of H. ,
'r e that they ran short, and, where pos..ible.the C. Quattlebaum Friday.
t H. J. Kelby. New York W. 1V.t church. The bazaar will be situated; 3..toriesj. ; 23 room electric t\\
; a splendid I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. I\l'nD"arrinoJ the i supplies were replenished.There Games were played, refreshments : lig? u or-f'telj: : '
4 I I't and wife, Tampa; J. K. Philips success, but in order to assure it everybody latter part of last week: and are guestsof were many visitors from the at a late hour the party dispersedfor servedand '' Boton.TENACRE land; choi. P-, ,, ?--, :m': part cash.,, Dl.tu. Chi

; F. W. Joslyn, Troy; Mr. and ambitious to encourage and help a I the Seaside Inn. Th'y'Crt' there I I surrounding towns of Seabreeze, Daytona I. their respective homes in (
Mrs. W. C. Gofont Miss good cause should l make it glowing
: Michols ;t. a point to I be two seasons and wcrt'wll enouch
i: ago Beach Kingston Holly Hill Or spirits at the delightful evening
Louis; Mrs. Goodwin Daisy Goodwin there with her friends of both inxspectivc spent. HOMESTEAD $51
t I t sex pleased to repeat the vi>it. mond and Port (lrang Mr. and Mrs. Sabin Robbins, of Mid- FOR
'I' Cincinnati; tV. J. Goldstein Philadelphia of the wind the weather or It is reported that skating will takethe In the evening: the Misses Jessie dlctown, I
i are visiting Mr. and Irs.I cash balance
I Theo. C. other j ; ?100 stcambcj .
1 ; Bothmann. Mrs. Both- diversions. a year; :short sail from I'u. '
| place of the weekly;) dances at the Brown and Ella Willaume funuJml a G.; W. Harris. Mr. Robbins
is i house
.1: mann and daughter, I:1izaLethtown J. The death of Mrs W. R. proprietor ; of 0 rooms, with 3 piazzas time'
; Phillip 0- I Keating casino for a matter of two musical consi-tingofselections of I ; cost more i'.a: (: :::
D. Malone .and wife, Monnette, Ga.; curred at 3 o'clock p. m. Monday at her j i 1 w t-eks. I.'thcla,program sicaland; otherwise and he and a Mrs.paper mill at Middletown and j \ must :sell. Details of n.apin Farm Agcnrv I' :>
the Rubbins -
li. I C. R. Underwood and wife, Bloomfleld home on Valley street Thursday the j| Mr. and Mrs. Skin, ot the Beach I were here for a
: guests ladies ended the short '
evening with time
young a about f five
I Ii New York. remains: were taken by Mr. Phillips and i i j House left Wednesday for St. Augustine: dance. will go from here to Miami.years ago. They I I 1 NEW ENGLAND HOTEL = -

I' 1 Mrs. Phillip! >ter and 'brother, Mrs. j j on their way north. About 5175 was realized. A
Evans and Mr. Evcreth.: The friends of Mrs. II. II. trothl r lady driving through Holly Hill lost I fine income. completely furnished, for lust an, T r t:::: ran
GR.'XDTL.'XTIGIr.. and Mrs. for interment in the \'t'rmont'j w ill be pleased to learn that after aweek's her gold watch Sunday which has not i j Farm Agency Boston.
I .! J. W. Cleo, Belleview, Ohio: Misses grounds. I iccn recovered up to this time. It '
J I illness she is sufficiently recovered A successful: business has is CHEAP
f Redmonds Mrs. Robert Overend Miss R. E: Olds and wife Mr. and Mrs. to be up and around again. imitations. Rev* L.\Sn. Practical many hoped the finder will be honest enough i NEW ENGLAND FARMJ\
'' Laura M. Van Sciver James Jr ,, to return the (
Doak Ewing and Mr. and Mrs. Sheets com- Mr, and Mr*. S. H. Hoffman and son! Electrician." lost, as it was a i; summer
---- keepsake. outing for less than value of buildings. lUuitirt -
t postpaid by Chapin Farm '\ll'ne130 OIJ South Bul'.dbff; Boston.

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FOR BOYS. Why the Jewel I. Called the 5to.* I' The tear the TUr ln.rl' Lire and / +

CONRAD GROCERY CO. f DA YTO A BEACtI. or C.nUltadr. { lion They .tee tbrrrd. f getting a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Roof a Hot Air Furnace,
fSuircwor I I Ii
I nii.I of little bujlets
The ( paz Is called the stoDe of grab: I Merry on* supIjort
E. C. GOULD \ A.I I ttii) :11111 the oM Ilomnn books record U J\1. the follow.* logeinl.; from which the \\ the tiny co''bincal Inscvt conies

( = to E.1'. Conrad & Co.) : ..... .. .- stone' ilerhe' thin attribute: I I'I from I Is, soiiu-llii'i" _' of :i mysterybut I .. dwelling, remember that :. i;
NNNNNNNN.N.N n i The hln.1: Eml't'ror: | Theodosiu used .he. does ane wlievvir the ""l'all.lmt I ;
:. I to hang a brazen KHMR before his' palace trows and for n burg time was thought; I
Carry a Full and Complete j| 1 Neville R Clark :;i I pnte aid sit lip"ul(? it on certain I' to lee a seed or a floweret of the plant I i I C. NASH dt SON I .1 ; ?j'i

fciy s. 1 heartlI! and |p'te, :.!: to rights thenevniice The livin female Insect Is twice at DAYTONA FLA. ,
...' the male. weighs "lIl"-t<<'lltb of 1
II n : i f : Msubjects. large as .
Line of Plain and.Fancy j| |: OPTICIAN. | Tbo!c who \i i .. advice and I'tt ralnuI lres mach weight; iu drJI I : ._ t.* a .

: :: I help bad !t.t t I'' ...,' g.>og, and I (lug, tn> that ?:0(4A are uwded to waked ( i are lust prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair. prices' f ;

:II Immediately l..hlli..i,11 i (into the presence 'd'im |l"mn.1. I unns the rainy season: i I General; repair Yoliicia, Avenue the t .
.a ', shop I on next to Armory. t
.. of ('aesar'tas obtat's.I. One Jay many millions of the creatures are .

ROCERI ii.n } \ZJ :1'1 H I.. rent snake rrcpt up, itlie cite and; ; drowned! or washed off the plant1s I i I i Iii''m' :,s. Out of town work solicited. 2. -
struck the Irnren !pone with her rolK that when the long dry "umtn T ,i i10NN
1 .d'_. and TheodoIn pure order. that no one there are but n few survivors on .. ;. i .10...ON..t0/Ot0..10.0.O.ON.O.Ot0/NNNNN ..
'''0. !j i Eyes Examined I Free. :: ,I thmitd molest the crentnre and hide plant But these multiply so r:>T.'; l'. ., ,
II her tell htm of her w'' h. that before Ion:: the plints are . .. .
i! :a IY1 1 1 i S 01 181 10181 1 1.1.........I.I.1./01.
: Th. t-nxke l-nt her mast lowly In ed, The li'f art of the females' I 1'e: 1
CLOVER HILL BUTTER i: At (1.irL Jewelrjr More; .
j I Iji ;
Ii fiomnc" and ..trmchtw( 1I1 told the fop to deposit. a large filmier or .'g-; i

:-_..._-NN==-..r....N:_-.--::-..._:d::1! I I lowlnc tale: which her sisal. 'Imdy revt.. protnlinz;: BARNES{ the Novelty an ;
Her nevt war at the J>a"e of the pnte I them from tin burning rap of the MIIIi .

he Conrad Grocery Company : THE DAYTONA KINDERGARtEN war tower. and while she had gene t"> i i until the little ones emerge In .
find foul for her .T"' nj: l Ioronol a stranpe i w.iks. after the Nv'niiun of the .
| with neeillei had dry MUSOII iNiines the tirst !harvest SELLS EVERYTHING. i
II: 'r. Conrad A. CVs. old stand! AND PRIMARY SCHOOL. beast ( o'j rel Mmrp f : J
I make tin
Invadeil her home killed the ne itltnc'<"< The plantation laltorrnt

*: and n'h..1oI posuer\ Fishing Tackle, Crockery, : j jC
Located on Bay Street; w i
/f/Id/1r/rtcfRlrl frt/It,i 1t,1/F T if L lrt. r1 ( ila-swl1..t", nvney's s Chocolates, Souvenir Post
--- -- tire? Mtnrcs iii? a IM;:. They thru are ...
BELLE ABBOTT HAYNES, Prin. The emiK-ror pave orders for the porcupine -jkilleil. by linniersiiin In hot water by (';"'.1-4. Talking. Mai( 'Lines, Dolls Toys, and Notions. :. 1
to lie lalu and the mother to I to@ exposure to I ............ 1..81.... ........................ restored to her deoolate! IISt. Night I Oren. The hot water or steam nukes BARNES :
fell and the sleeping world had forgotten ;. them a dar'! reldish brown or )black l .

the emperors kindly :deed, but .-" '!hineal The !hot oveiix make them i iI iI ( Will nisi frame jour Pictures, sharpen jour :Sans-; : a
luriosity Sin Dentist. wltb the early dawn a great serpent a red gray !hue or ilver cochineal The ,af
is Not I J
Always a : glided Into the palace up the steps and females ontnutMlier the males by at : Kimes :N'i issors. Lawn Mowers Etc., and will :

16.1': 'ur. Riilgewootl and \olusi.i! Into the royal chamber and laid upon] least S..I to 1. a fortunate fact for the I I iep.iir :almost ais}-thing! 1 that is out of whack. i J
.. each of the emperor' closed( eyelidn 1lantt'r.III\ the males are of no use -..
PIIONF.(9.(! gleaming topaz. to him whatever. t I In. Fact for Want Remember
: Any : ,
It will to -- ,
pay you investigate When the Emperor TheodovitH awokebe I
DRS. ATWOOD & RAWLINGS was no longer blind for the mother THE CABS OF NEW YORK.
snake; had paid her debt of gratitude. .
the and of BARNES
prices quality our ..
: They .\re :\ol an IntrKr.l I'.rl ( hr ,
Physicians and Surgeons. life ..f the tit,. j
ROCERIESWe I The cab ,is no integral part of New THE NOVELTY MAN. _. .
Or AtwtMxls iifiuv, \n. 2S. Ri.t. Kind There 'l.-ur.l In the York life \ciuYe without the gondol i .
.. Time of null \\l were as unthinkable as a woman itil : 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. :
can save you considerable | : w drug: store The mysterious earls of the fount I out hair .No little: of Indons .'..iu, PHuNL'1: :\\0. :
charm ,Is in its s-wift rolling:;
de \ergennes each contained a brief elling; .
C. C. BOHANNON history In cipher of those to whom they i hansoms. These: things:; we know. But .1.I.. ...............................................

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ were given lie Vergennes was findsCV1 one rant think of New York in terms

Physician and Surgeon.Oflife : of affairs, and of (airs niii-e upon{ a time I was in . . . .
: :s minister foreign . . c!'.l.S- !' .'. !' .. .: \!.: :.!\!{! .
when strangers of a suspicions( character exile Only in memory did the greatcity
thetvvi .I IViu'bstreet.
Pharmacy ;
over MM R L'
: were about to enter France he Issued rise l before u. and whit 1 saw
S. W. CARROLL I I 11.\\TIIoiA: FixiKini to them these strange; cards, was this; Huge iiinjous of stone and J. C. BUTLER
TelephoneO.7I.. whl,'h acted as passports! and Mere steel blUtl with noise and darkness. ESTATE.Cottages .
also Intended to give! information con through which gnat yellow worm"M'awl..l

The North Beach st. Grocer. E. L. STEWART. M. D. edge.In cernlng. the bearer without his Lnowl air. is the slur pktnre the oth of..r.I' uml, ; For bale or Rent. Phone 234. I.

: H.HTOmC1I: I : n.oltlll.\i
Physician and Surgeon the flrist place. Its color Indicated that haunts the .'\ll -. evrn as the out: i. ... ..... ..!.!..a'... .............. ...i,...'!!) .. ( .) !" !... )! .
"I 1 IPII'h[ llllil' :\O. 1 1JL! th. nationality of the man who carried laweil \" 'u..tlall is .1..1| b> slim ;

..... ). >..... .......4................. ... ....e. $p"d.1 cttrntlon to 1'1_."...or tb<> It. The persons age, nppruilm.itclt. black gondolas: cutting"; .uro-s lanes of
[EYE, !EAU: THROAT and xosn. '. was told by' the chaise of the moonlight:; l our true Ns. w.rk'r I i" .;.... ....
., time" and rr.lilDC.. >;o. l'>l "Magnolia mnl V fillet around the border of the a strain proj...te.l. ..!... tru-ally .'arte l
....rn..r I'Mlnieito avrnacTelephone. earl! told whether he was a bachelor pifM'ii.' I 'II IJ in| iiiomeiituf -
.... ... .... ....''Of ....* .o.......... ........ N::. 11Ilrri.1r a widower tots pine in- gloom .>r gayety dos |t<> ride "in a i iI I Miller Strohm Co.n.l P:1
fui"iiiatioii as to his ixmitiou and fortune I f carriage and ,.air." He U carriage =
MALLORYiINES A. L. Reid the Tailori. and rxpro-oion, of his! f.uewasvli.iwn ridden to a funrral. He cabs It in .
: \I.\ a ddI i ji : :
I i is not in lui'i llu-rc are only ".<" ms : : :-\ilPe'SSO1'S to
TheInug.r's; religion was told bythe
i again: at the flit;) r 1"1 tiling! ; store
I > I >? puu.-tu.itioii after (his nnni If lie I Jin'n>iil I i"ilis .....1 hacks. on the Island !
a'id is i'rel' t.. dr. \'''ur t.t11ni11Ig .
of Maiihatt levierthere are
wa. .1 t ntlioli It stas n JM'n "1. if n ; PECK & FOSTER. !
; S?! LIAI PASSENGER-EXPRESS : Inlirat-line 1 ; .. ..Ial't.| |' |:Vi| :.111114; :indpiessing I I Jiw a ,dash if ID was a I.utlicrnii n I! course. I.IJHU ldrati..illy| : in the dark ; : i
'iiltv t .j..- niU-nlon and n' .top' at all Indicited :, iiurl| ,'rs. but i'vni with these thrown : : I
a me a
STEAMSHIPS. spit I I linn .1 iionNhricrs in tin nkoiung is sin:ill. No; the New : : GROCERIES: PROVISIONS AND GRAIN. .
rill if yen want yool wrk.. .. I. Yorker not nhbj 'rs.nianiv" .'
I a maths ni<.nl-I >. < lrtri< tcr and is n pi I
'C.'sl a11.1 l Ian't' II..rllullh: : "lipl..1{ ..\.......u>rr"r ""':lIIIIIllil'| lln tl.t114. : I aplr| 'aruur were .",illtl..1 out by the I .i'Lntutw.n|. | in 4)utitglagazite.):; : On approved credite \\ fJJ gladly carry your account from ,

N'1' ll'lill'Itlll'II\I:l'IIII"t.{ I; S. H. GOVE I p.ithrn ..f his l'| ..iNvHirt.] and the authorities .... .: the first of one month to the irst'of the next; but all accounts
\ llrK I Il"khara.There
::0:1' nlr"U'IHt: -: I'O,' 11'11'I:1.1'\TEFU: : : : iiMiId tell at n glaiHt nhrthrr" he I lay l In.hind the ;great arch and are due the first of the month and must be paid by the tenth. ;:
AltilllTHT llllll.m Alt ('U\TlI.\f'T": K was n guneMcr or A I'n'lldl'r. a phy-' I
portant ...... l.ta''III I be sold HXiftdIt .
1111 .1. "",11*. .i. no to to the doings amid I the minnrets' a retiredpniiiut ;
number 1..r.II..r) lie ....lIli jug 1-'ilI.n andatt.rotion.I"I | .it.v fir Dining. llallx. thus m- 1t..i.1..ILfI.I..II I't', !i< niniiTnfIlidgvwiMMl i ,was,11'1:11Ilr to ln lanjcr.put under. and"urxeillamt whether.! he or of aiu-ient tr.'(' an.I vliadetlwalks :% .lltlBIIIBIJIllllllllltJIIIIIIIJIBIIBllllBIXIiilflllllllflf... .. ... . ..... ........ ... ...............lllllllllllllftllllltlBIIB....... ........ .........'.....'.',.....YH.t",aftirfi
nt"'r.indnhdnalowl'N.i i
.ingalllul.s.I\j-r--];: ( (':I:: 1.1n: ;: J.I'k-I;:: .nl.l.I: IIra': : TIIIroit.\\; :: :. : \iihiMiJvaventwc.. nll.d to pi fr s.. :Sunday Magazine.tlaterlall.tie a ,grove: in the midst of a citycolonnadtil '> t

(p sHr < Iktlulf elf i-hipft, IH lluriil.t Tinwc-riiitin: .) I'loi) *!I.; l'loridaD. I I 'in iuadrungie by the J \)'int, .t.t ** *** *****.*** .' *......***.'+ ****.
.O\n-\T: K\ll:: 1'1) MOUK: : A\l II \\A.\ POIVl.s. NORTH, "..n.I ...In..llt"l. of the stml 'nts' gullYoder j .
ImIii.! udelnrlitfiil l).\\"l.IGIEl'i => \11. tlll""Ich'tll: ,. Sir Jaiucs < 'ri..Iit..II.Hrowne. the Kng the trees was .1 sort of suiumer huiise rr
F\\ICM.S ";0.1'1: 1 IM\M'.S! ; 0 D. AND C. M. ROGERS i IKli l.lIJ1oi.-i.1I1. "I'al.ill i ; Ufore somemeiiiUrs or I 1\'lIion. '1'"u or time jouug; turn 1 GEO. P. JOHNSON I
1'Irrotghti'k5tssoldtoallN; ( ,,rtla.rn IH.IIII.. For full Information I Ic I lOt liis |l.r..r.o!Iutl. prototwl: "<-r"- ".thing in an avenue .tgailist; the
artlillK II tt tt...i...... ..rr..1 I.,. fin nth.r lit.sliagrtttisrrarrt'iti.11. ; .., : CIVil. IMHMCKS: : against: tlie tend*'in'> to adopt tmt inate- farther colonnadi'. and on the st,,nst ., I' _

ket; ., ""'.. nj'plv; ti> 111'I I DAYIONAaml) = I rhtlistir an ''.n cf tuau The "'ps of It n ith. ", wIIlt..II".1| sat "" '\t'ral| 1
CHAS. DAVIS, ;M4! \\"t'1"t.Hay Str st, : MIAMI. FLA. raw. material a ni iliil practice l.ei III..IInll".IJ their praying; nus: \\ ejvisitfl I \! CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, i
Ju'L"onnll. rlnndft a niimlK-r of the stndtiits In I IJ
MorldBraiwiiicergnil ':,11IIt tune iiutri\aiu-e of matter and I
1 '!..... II. (;lark. Imilpnt. Daytona H.v. [Daytona Oflite'lished !II)".". fore.. the. brain of tins lrssr.11*ntuer, their (tells liwnastnlittle brick Availed l\\1O\A: BEACH, FLORIDA.
... .........o.. ...t...,..... ................ .... of pills and i.>ti 'iii a "glue-hike ul>- rooms where they live the ear around : C i

$ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ "I a II.-.-. blue t'ntlis water with a little time are no vacations lu Mussulman j jcolligs
+ + phosphorus. thrown In." -They left niman. :; and fur years on end It is.' :. I I.>tiinates Furnished on Short Notice. :

7 + fieo. J. VandeVord :' said :Sir Janus, with a smashing. not unusual( for a vtud*'nt after lcissing| ; !1 R 7fk .

t ti,I'rt.. "a motor ear, w.If nude and velfstartetl the primary 1'.11..01! to spend! is touch i|. : rI
Builder and Contractor.:: with no )pi-vic! and no as liftcin or twenty years at his higherstudies. ,
?AYTONA liinlfetir. inotcit) by a series of explosions tlK'ivh usually in llIda a longt ; "I: All work done b in a !strictly first-class manner. i

J 1 IMimit.s: ...]IN, .d.! :\u '11'-l lI + or reilistnbutioiis of encrgv. and < >urs.' he will ;go through; several ,lirrt'r""t i i .

TRANSFER l 1 "r, 1 ry J pnntH-'s itnpliivid \\lun vmi Jwant.i rn:-hll! :;4 on to 'Inevitable destruction" ts'llrgt't; in the order of adtan<...-. .. .. *. ...Y .*..**Il**.****** ************1"k************
: + ':'M"I lionw* (unit nt atvisiin.ibl + went Billet, mi ). these students, mild I
+ + \ 1'mjer. : eyed, Iali..ut, oftn middle a;:...L-Mm t111tSttt11111N0H1.1sl.11..1.NNNNNNNNINNN
+ <- 1 nd LIVERYE. oft jri, .t toy prioKmUvvurk. ,pin* + i !:,nd ouie one. Lord to love the lit l I Ilrallis 1.lIuhlll.I : .
+ t.rniff: '-.'' tout k a bI|..laRY.| + I that is in me ami to n.tit] nothing less Bond Lumber Company i
fr,mi m... to touch me with the searching 1.1,1'tate. In I hlnn.
JOHSlOrn"r'etnr: : 1i X t HlTice and Rosidenie: J
i :
tenderness of the jussjon for the I .V native writer In a l j J usia are tllll( Soft>nd( fit, Ideal to dcinnnd everything from mo itiuarkslieu a gIrl' Is sold in i iI i MAMFACTIRLRSOF

ha\'f' the I ISost: Livery iu the ('it)" "ubv\lnte drivers familiar with +++++++++*++++++>++>++++++ for my own sike;: to give me to much thin slip iMixiuiiS the slave of her ROUGH. AND DRESSED '
that I ciiuitot think' of myself and to I owner amid a ,part of his pn.n-rtj. | She .i| I PINE: AND: CYPRESS LUMBER > #
all roads 'I'"k for tb,<* Sdvrr Tipjwl I'igp: a"k so mud h that I can keep nothing; no longer; n-taliH tier fnt torn right: .1
TtIE FINEST I back to console me by making me j but surr..atl.! them all to the will ofI : i _
Public School"ElegantExcellent I storm: 'IK.fore sorrow comes, to help I thi,se who own her !She retches no t Lath, ": \1ling1CS, 1 FJo"'l'ing, ( Viling, Brick, Lime + __

'Phone 27 Opposite ''I BATHS \ me s of. t<> )live tint while I part with j t'OlIIl'II..ati for, her Iil: ..>r, but Nobliged : s office and lards Fait Coat
and I ( Vnient 1 'k
fUnny things by the way I lose nothing ; 1 to .nii't Mhli raiunut and ( 1IJ. 0( it.llToar and Orange ArrnoeMills ',
I of the gift of life--Hamilton W. Mibie fOUtl as her owners may 1 I..; pl.'a*..l to : s
o"t: EiTlI I + : ISond :Mill. Atlantic oa.t r.Inp ity.. U.lmtl'lIoutb of JacklODTlIle.Kal
btr Iu l'ace's of tyranny or
give irrosn .
: m iiH> on sanford ranch of the F K c. Kyf : s
Full!: 111E .IN1)[) 11'1l) ENt : tnteltylie. rinnot apixal for redress I II

:f I !I"Thai's I '\.....)* \Va. \\IIII.K.A She may lit resold|. plven away or : Phone 83 R. J. MALBY Alanager. :
t LILY WATER A strict liouM.wlfe' sail t In the streets at the
<> a new i cast or arbitrary
f .. ...a.t.....N....ONNN..N1N..... .............. :
1heLlutn.erforT.blet's.C1'L I maid. I forgot to tell .it. Minde. that i will of her master11 fntilom Is deuied -
uhit they Len't. luveliiixlifil
.t y t snv \\ \ if ysn, break anything I'll bane to take I I her and she remain's n tool amibittil I Ii
; LIGHT it out of ." i in tin bandof her owner uu
; I jour waui (
I ourv r'-! Our work
.7 tiT j I'.utlinde, whom two dayLad! oil sh> is soM atain or until death re McClellan ( ), EdwardsManufacturers
: 'XllIIillalidl.; a:. i! heartily vnkemil. of tier U'rth. replied 'I ICT..OS tier tnNii her nuvvillinir fate
1 with a merry laugh) : "iI.l! it. nii'.mi: : du
/ I it isdoiicon M.H'niif.r i priucilslrs i .lIId I Ia I it. I've just broke. UKhundnil dollar .:n...... of Il.atae*.. of
vast' In the parlor and if you ran take. i I: \u ear "ptsiahst'! Insists that deaf nessaffts
a... Ir'in) tlll\ lIIillr rllll'S. I pIlu. n wrhtht s. n %V'rlgtd.Jr, I that out of $4 for 1'in leavin' at the .tall the tens..,i. He Sir the reasoil Window and Door Frames,

WRIGHT & WRIGHT end of the weik why. ,.. 'II t be mighty':; I, for tliN is that the ear U only Idle
: J. D. Carmichael f'I"'r-\ronaut. servant of the sensory service tlf the
a I Attoincys-at-Law ; human ",."1\\11. Iss of bearing I 14 Window and Door Screens. I

I r Phone No. 64, DAYTONA, FLA I the oilier u.... really a partial paralysis fir too brain, :
I )flits} in Telegraph olfiie. I)tt.1. \"II.f >. j "Whit is the tneunlni of 'alt 'r I but owing to the !sympathetic"" censer I II I
---- ---- ego':: asked the teacher, of tIe, tecuitiers' I tk>t. <>f HH various Kensr>ry nerve ces- !I ukinial "isiul/ms. I.".? h (iniiiiis ansi. ii'. ..r tot, Ito. lira) k-
un - .
I lass. lu Ijitin. ters of the brain the othtrHMcrne'l indirectly I{' .-ti Il4il mt.Tf. I Hand Kuil: :X"1 l furMniror: IV.nliVork,
h- ---- I "I he other 1." aid tie boy with theuirly <\ have to combat for their :I
':i UiMtHtti riirmtnr of any kind. nuid' ti* orikr.. (hairc, Stt-
f hair. nory life the demoralizing! Inflnentv f
..I.IMa sentence contalftiBg' time I the aflfo t,+s. :4t BfIPf. TabL! .,.. Ctr.I: Tnrniag. and '4.rnll Sawiag.Ve .
I l. _
LUMBER.YELLOW "He w'nkeil! his other I." ..f a MntorNt.Ve \ inakii tri
j i i I me a <-tly < '
\ hold no brief for' the motlrbt! I high-grade. i
t Ionic Mnhlr.1 says: the UyNtaixler.I hut "boDor; "bffe .
I N.nNurse -ISut why don't you wantto honor is due" On a country rend the I II I Moulding for interior IIH'. }t

take four bath Johnny otl ,'r day we stow a motorist deliberately ..
1 PINE J Framing i Flooring, Siding, I Little Johnny'4\iue MHneUxly wJd I avoid running over an aalioai' I

.. \l Ceiling and Finishing.Brick I tin good die young and I dont waut! I! on the highway* To ice! exact.* It wa Our work IN; all made front the Best Selected Stock
f to take tuam-es on Icing drown>1See a circus rlepbant-St. James r.atpttI

I Ei: hanguxitt *-. I with tlie oljt.(.t of jji trio rr ..att..fdctlu.) [Ask for what
Lime Cement I -- I In the rapital of Honduras all the ? I IIy Ii

AND I .\ > d.>es not empty tomorrow houses in the i>oorT quarter are made i ill mal want .
; |I
Gypsum Wall Plaster A"'t: L Its sorrow: it empties today( of Its Of mahogany which costs l.>ss than ,

btnti.tblaclaret. pine there. I Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.
Bevel Chip Ptlek. In Old Block. Sure of UN I inherit
CYPRESS Finishing, Siding, Tommy Twaddles-Oh. I tlon't wan: Imparting (;Ut t-I>ear me what a : Look for the :sign on North Hid ewood Avenue.

; Shingles Lath Mouldings\ I to go to school vet night!; I wonder If you could give
.j 1'a Twaddles-But don you want a u.e the loan of an umbrella? Host- I'hone lii: : DAYTONA, )FLA.,
good education? Certainly, but-well the fact is: I think __
t THE BEST.NORHAN. Tommy Twaddles (..ngratiaticglyjXo i I w'will )be the better for a walk. I'H P 4 O I
pa; I'd rather ;grow tip t>> be Just : just take a turn Louie with you and 1 y
like! "oIL-Tlt-BIts. I shelter; you by the way"

1! 5. DAYTON Inconsiderate Br.(.. II I I Bright Dor. Daytona Ice Company, .

"I don know why Eupeck can't get "Can you stand on your bead'a"ked 0 ICE'Made
along better with his wife He'd always '1 a rhltor of little Dudley
i MAONOLlAjAve and l.GC.Ry.: DAYTONA, FLA. ready to take all the blame" "No," Iw replwjd. 'It's tw bib! up" 1 + from Distilled Water.
PMO>E +9.
"But don't see That deprives
I To grief: there Is: a limit: ; net so totert'liay 0 I Fal.tor" c'<.rnrr I'.ulroad: and Volusia a 'enu .
. \... tJl1.-\\'aahnlltvll her of the pleasure! Herald.of loading It on to ( tb e Vounger . .. . . . .


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". ;I : INIIIII INN N111N1111111N.N N...N111111NN 11..r OFFICIAL .f1.11f1.111.If111.Bit**
'I the : J. II. GARRISON It. D. TAYLOR : I ,;.
Years in I : Legal Notices
i ago t Wire us, telephone or telegraphhere '! WHY PAY RENT !
if a man is wanted to wire :
.. 1 0lfl ltltl I ltlffl.ltMI.
I clothing business : the house tore, office, or other : tin-
r I PoPo MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION n hen."eon can buy a lot, (build H home! and fcrt it i pay for itself on
for electrical .
building purposes.Exiwiicncttl
l : liiHran I U-adi in the world and the prettiwt place in Florida.'
there fabrics called :
were I workmen ready to : To Select Their Candidates for !Municipal
nets cotton and cheap wool : woik or a mail ready to ligure ou Officers at the Election New Bridge and Boulevard.A .
; i the cost of the job will be on the : 1, E.:: W. Irw-ne. Mayor( of the City ofDaytona uew bridge sue wife long -panning the Halifax river Las just

alb! nn together; Ask any old spot in quick time. : Next Wednesday. annual election, Florida to, do be held hereby at call the City the been I competed by the Port Orange Bridge Cofnpanj. and a Boulevard

about "satinets Our'orkmeu, tquipmtut: andexperience I Last Saturday night was the expiration I Hall on the thirteenth (13th) day of i I..* now ,being built by Dr. Van Valiah td connect tlw bridge with the
clothing man ;
i enable us to be successful : of the time for filing petitions II February. A. D 1907, at which electionthe wan bench-laid out as follow: Two tight foot shelled sidewalkr

:- L!'ll r taemb er. f; with every job. t I with the city clerk requesting that I their qualified ballots for electors( the election of the city flf the will cast fol- 1M'1t inside two fifteen foot Ilrf't'nlwllr.t&-nt"xt: Inside two twelve foot

i I I I names of candidates placed on the j!t l lowing officers: Hhellfd nttds and a thirty foot greensward in the renter. Al! greenswards -
awful fraud 1
Co. :
They were an ; Electric j
i Daytona official ballot for the municipal electionto One Mayor for one year ': to lie pat out in Ix-autifultlllh.tropical foliage.; MK-U M I'alm.t.

: fraud; they ltokedga,J, and they .......... .l J ?:!d2 South Beach Street l lie lie 1oI I nest Wednesday. One One Clerk Ase for for one year. ; lus.etc.China trve I spoken{ of by Joel l /Chandler Hairi. (UinKs Kt-niun)
>!or one
The Gazette-News publics Lc.loa in hi* Stone of the SouthUnd. Morin> tbat Iwveiiiadeetcry want
'were bad. They were a reproachto : ................................N..11111..1......... .sq py nf th1 ballot as: it will .pl'ru.| t<>>ne Collector Treasurrr: for for"oni-1If'. :yrar.)f'ar. n liorn-in the $ .iiti,. Tliemvniiriid f llw l li nifcard) If gi'liar..1' l brl .

to clothing bw,inehs; made( ..................................................... 'fa wmrmli, of llw ritv (''.unil f'.r n.i mau0111 'rim! bluffn. OIHHDitl,,-r fid fOr I lh.. t thirly-fo rut. .1.." ll
k ; AAia one. year. nil to tlw! liar. l txrati t,'arll. The.+' 'Muffn>miiMltd sin rttftifiUivUv

f. people afraid for years to trubt II III. Make a t'rltNI warnxl) l...f"rf the (';milidate Urn Thn-r.. inriiiln mil UM-I'I\|. .r.iilni. II (rur of tIIN|| > MirriMlllililigrountrj' :. iiH-luiIiliK:: tl I..* low H of l>;i.\h'lIa. UIM| are
ot the clothier. of your clmicr. One M-laiol trurlt-v for one car. Iwnl'T' donated to IIw town of Simth Orila.) with tint* iwlrk-lionK;
statements '
---- At such election H.: I. Bond, J. )I. That Ihey i.111I1111\1 used I folrly an I p 111,1.- }
The revival of cotton mixtures, : For Mayor, Carson and Joe Osborne shall act as inspectors I ever l+renrtr.ltlmerwluutherwisrtban. open obwrvutori' for hlwlter
1 I. Wherever you go you see them. and If. S. Williamson hall act from rain etc.
And w herever you sec them they go. .: Vote for one as clerk.
dne the high price of wool has EUGENE. GrtELNE.: Done under my band and the seal of Within the riparian rights of tub town are found the! famous Tort

: brought the "satinet" period FOR A FINE DRIVE I take the Reo i the City of Daytona and by and under Orange oyters. Tarpon Bay a few minutes row from here, has attracted
i .
order of the Council this ode
GALEX B. SEAMAN City JanuaryS eon of the world's greatest sportsmen. In .the Halifax,
c back, in a modified form. Youcan't Touring Car. A. D., 1907. J.;. W. GREENE, I mile wide', studded with iOlandot't": are reminded >J the St. Lawrence
Attest: Mayor r>f Daytona
EDWARD L. STEU'AKT.For : and tier thousand il1t'M.
clothes offered l to .
trust any City Clerk. From time bridge you will find fishing$ unsurpassed in the! Cn lf'lltatelI"bing
S They are safe, sjieedy, reliable and none hut f first-class drivers :
: IOU now, unless they're all-wool accompany them. -- -- all the year round. And say!-such fishing! Gee!
S NOTICE TO NONRESIDENTS.In Lire in house. Rent it in the This being theme
and to be. For information as t place- --f interest reached by these cars, : your own summer.
: guaranteed rail \\v-n-' City Clerk Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit +..t noted) resort in the South, it i is cooler than most Northern summer
: rates, etc., on or te ri| I > :
1" t. Thtre 5a at least one concern, Vote for one of Florida, in and for Volusia tw>ort Here U the five-mile) flak on the famousOrmond-Daytona
: : A. McF. PORTEIt. County. { Auto Race Course. See the misn: here! A road u to lie built from Or-
makers of good clothes, who put i i
4 : I Ir Eliza Thomas mood to Ponce I'ark (The Inlet) and a trackless trolley rut putting

t their label on nothing but all : Phone 28. F.rst; Street, Opposite the Electric Lijtht Plant. : \s you into Daytona Reach in fifteen minutes and Ormond in half an hour.

I' Syrus 15. Thomas Il:\err lot will have modern improvement, such as a water main.
wool goods. Hart Schaffner & : I?. WILLIAMSON, Manager.If : For .Wesj: To Syrus IJ. Thomas. I+-\\I'r. renieiit ,t-liell.) road, and ample fire protection.
*+ You are hereby required to appear to
: Man such concern and Vote for oneWII.LI.UI the Hill of Complaint filed herein against ALL LOTS are to 1 loe sold! on the installment plan-f 2.1: down; flu
are one
II i you ore thinking of buying) a KUXABOtT or TOURING CAR and i H. EDMOND.SON.: you in the above entitled cause on orbefore l a month; no interest; Ocean and Boulevard lots $!:-VX); inside lots

.; ire sell their goods. All-wool all :you wish to know w-Sv the Hio: CARS are the best for the price, call on the 4th day of March, A. D., i $300; river lots facing: on two streets, $G
S or writ tc HrFFUM .\: CROUCH. Agents, : GEORGE .F.. SMITH., 1007. I ?1100. Only Hit) lots will lie sold) at these figures: but you can Lave
.0.1 right. : At (.azctte-Xcws: Office, Da.tonalla. ---- The' Daytona Gazette-News' is: here I
t by designated as the newspaper in which jour dIOif.lIltflJP"ard! ,* 10"l feet w ides laid out a- slave described.Dr. .
f+ :1....4................................................ this order shall be published once a week .tpplr tit
r.r rS .....- -' -- for four consecutive weeks. J. A. Van V a I za h,

: : ; Anthony Bros. i 3 rGilt Vote for one For Collector this Witness l 13th; day my of hand January and seal A. D.of 1907.otfirc! ; Daytona Beach Florida.


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Yolusia County Abstract (ll First pub.Jan. 1'J! : last pub. F-b. 9I> ,
'Ew y' and Investment (0. {Edge Gold Bound.INVESTMENT I AN ORDINANCE: '
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: LAMU i 1'n.mding for the construction f I Baggett and Post
i DEBT FISH, CAREY: : Fur Treasiiri-r, .. cement i
s President. &> r Abstracts furnUhed and titl ]*rfevtedMaps \ mite fur one limits: ,
Plata and Blue Prints Url'1it'lJ.pposlte I UANK, T. I'JEIv. 11) it i>rdtin: .il by lh- City C'..11111'11 ...fS i gar
I a:,
t Volusia County Bank, 1)atons) : Ilori.h. "
Dr.L.UW, nXRlDA.) I .tiou I That a >i i.I l walk district Real Estate
Flallllf' hereinafter dcMJcnat; as 1 I- i!1
i lows: I l5 -t\\na the Halifax Hirer on the

GARY D. LAXDW BERT FIM Three 7-room houses fur I't.r Cotiniiliiieii, ",,41 ft"ar.-, ;' et+st. t.. tin- proprty{ of the Florida Last: : t.
completely ; Vote fi.r thrwCIIAHLILS | Ct Railway: on the we"t, andliftween I and
time S rtitli I CuikaKinthes4: > .J, LANDIS & FISH : nished all improvements including electric ; ( M I. lilXC.IlAM; | I'I
ATTORNEYS AT LAW -- site! "f raina"f'llU. within <:.i.1 l
JOHN) D. C. MOKKK: lfttulk! district.5w .
Practicing in all State and FI'IIIralCourt lights and furnace heating apparatus --- -- -- ; ;; '. II l hat when two.tlurds! ..f (lie InsuranceOpera
business given '
1 Cirll or Criminal
I' :abutting |I.r".rt"wnf'r| of any side; of
{ M. :
careful attention. Special facilities fo r ; lot 180 feet front and 110 feet depth; j ( any block "n any street or ,' Ply' .
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and land tithes)
+ iDTettljratiDK perfecting i within !xf"r jrvrM-rilxii sidewalk: di.I Y ti
DELANO, FLORIDA. JAMES:: M 1. OS HO UN. trict limit hall have sidewalks House Block SEABREEZE FLA.
r : constructetl I > ,
most central location in the Can I
-- ---- of cement in :u''frdam'C''i1h
Id JOSEPH:; : O 1I0HXI.:' I specification I + ? already provided for by
DR. HOUGHTON be had for $13,000 and pays over 12 Percent i -- '1 City Ordinance, the rrinainiiiK pmt! ('01'1'\01-:5: : FOR) SALE OR KENT. OutM.le Acreage Property -
FREDERICK .M. IW\\'I{ ; arty owners nf abutting property where I I
I ]
Impnivn or UnimprDveil; control most of the unimproved
:; cement sidewalks! are f.ot. completed ;:
.; DENTIST. on the investment at that price. i 1- HENRY CJnllfT.I ( shall construct or cause to !lit' constnirt I I :: projK-rty' in Soabreeze; represents two of ho Fire rn<

| ed a cement sidewalk <>f :same width and that
I -.. Companies came throng the San: Francisco' '
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Office: Suite 4, Opera House Block Ask to see this property and make me i I grade as provided: in existing! ordinances, i, lttraJ'e
t ]: on the uncvniplctcd part of the side of1 f : capital and l standing unimpain' .
-,- I|any block of any street or avenue in ,
I ,, Phone 32. prove that the property has paid over | I ;:sidewalk i l district within ninety ((901)) days. / I} YI YYYY I}\' I}}IA I,1I; IJ..J}Y
from the f
date notification by the ('it)
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12 cent Jor two 'ears.ltenu'ulbcr Council of U'I\'t"na. !
per I
f lIMO A.Sf.ware EgfordBlySTEWART S'. Ill-That whenever two-third.-.*
--- of the sidewalks: on any ide of any ;
& BLY that i if you (don't want a large property For Council i I block of any street or avenue uithin the | .
men, lone year) ,
before descrilied sidewalk district
: : are ?<> |
.... LAWYERS, I can !supply you with anything you want at ; Vote fur two ;constructed! of cement according to ax- j' San Mateo
W. MAXWELL:: : HANKINS. i isting ordinances and the remainder! of CigarsHave
right price. Yon.n' always welcome) at I
s Office la Bank Building, DtLAM, FLA my I the block i.not S4> eomplt.t'lI'ithin !
i Branch office oerPoetffice. DATTONA office, and I have an Automobile at the disposal of j WILLIAM F. JlllU. ((9U> ) ninety days after proper notification i ,_
by the Council, the City of
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prospective renters or buyers. tuna shall and i is, hereby \\' '
NIN so! complete and construct the remain-1 I H Made
- ing portion of touch I blo -ktreet
f : ----- any or II j
memie and l the cot thereof shall l,ecojiic -

i Clapp's Pharmacy II I R. L. Smith. I --- -- <"'.a IV lien-That fIn the"hE'nf'\'Crthf'abutting property City of I IS A

For School Tru tf*, <':'ne year> Daytona) hall l so construct any cement Reputation of
Vote for one sidewalk on any block street or avenue, 1

1p The Rexall ..................................................... GEOHCi: : H. LUDWKt. the owners of abutting propertyliM

S II f.-. NNNNN..1.................',........... ------ be reimburse allowed said three City((3))of:years! I Daytona in which for the to Their Own.

j Cottagers and Tourists at Daytona i amount so expended: ( in construction! by
l' .' I ---- ---- _. .. the City of Ua.tona I) and shall be allowedto
w Drug Store iI who .'tl."-t f" \ --it Palm 1 IV-aib will) find |pay the co;t thereof in installmentswniiannuaUy

i it. i i i1' balances to in,any(raw amounts interest, the at unpaid the The success of the San Mateo Cigar is one of

"HOTEL PALM BEACH"Ik'autifullyt PALM BEACH.TO rate of (>) eight percent per annum. I the
t. 'Cor. Beach at and Orange Ave. : i'aaased first reading Jan 7, 1907. greatest industrial triumphs of the EastCoastjiiice ;

l eablI I l ltw'...'n tin- <>Ie-, anandfakeWorthinPalmlunch! I! h i>roj>- J 1'a-oed) sees'nd reading! Jan. 7, 1907.I the freeze.
Foot ol South Briilge. : er (not \Vi-st! Palm It"ah i Uv.Tlonkn the motor !>oat ra.*f"OU/'Iof and <- >nvenicnt DAYTONA l'a! i t r : to its imnivn.xe next door tu-ijjIilKir the Royal I'oiticiana Hotel and J Approved I IJ

R : .......................... garden>. coif links! and .Miirt bathing!. / Maintains retimil i-ntninajrcoi toiiri>>ti 4 Po Po; Po :. W. GKEENE: : I Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the penla'
and familH-fl wt-kinjr! ; II.. a?'nnuKlation-a Large!:' modern! hotel but |>-ffrinp Attest: Mayor
ij I I. : -- a little l-8Hof the founnlitv. of dw lawst hotel! and) more tiKnlerat! rates j Motorboat Race Expected to End Mere T. K. I FITZIEIULD; : soma) of Florida and the Island of Cuba} can produce, and wnp-
ArromodatesEAt-.0.miites:! with bath.. Rates ?:t to $5 Sjwin) we 'kly. I City Clerk. reel with the
j; : G. A. K LOCK, M.D. I Oins) January Mh.Vnt.- for .illi! .trat.-d ( ('t \.In'11) : Next Week and a Historical Cup rich silky leaf grown on East Coast plantation,,
the cigar industry of the world has
; I "Hotel Palm Beach," Palm Beach, Florida. ,* Awarded the Winner (First i>ub.\ Feb.' 'J; last pub. March 'J.) never produced better

i Physician and Surgeon. ........e.....+...+.+.*e...+........... ...........N: Some time during the latter part of Special Master's Sale. For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and I by 1M UDi alt j =

:.................................................... nest week the long boat race from Palm Under and by authority of a decree of News Company on every train entering Florida
139 S. Ridge!wood Ave. Phone i: ;. Beach to Daytona: it i is Ullf'ctc'fl'iII be foreclosure and sale in the Seventh Judicial
Office Hours 12-1 7-S. Circuit of Florida in and for Vo e Twenty sizes, styles and grades to select from.
7-S the
; completed: by arrival of the winnerat : lusia county, in chancery, in a cause
i I the Halifax River Yacht Club headquarters therein (It'nJmg'hel't'io Mary Spence( i is
4 DAYTOXA FLA. when Commodore J. II. Allen complainant and IJryson M. Milliner and I l'OK) SALl : BY ALL I DEALKKS.Manufactured > -

will to the victcr the historical Rosa Milliner, hiw'ife, are defendants, '
I Ask Mr. Foster I 1 will sell at public outcry to the highest HVjF
,. P. R. BENNETT M. D. cup made of old! Spanish coins which and best bidder) for cash at the front I
i : were taken from the Spanish warship door of the courthouse in the city of F S. W. ROWLEY.ii. SAN MATYO ,- 1FLORIDA '
:1 :Marie\ Theresa while she was burning on pcLund. in said county and state, due .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON the Cuban coast, after the destruction ufC.'rHra's ing the legal hours .>.f sale, on Monday, .
: Mr. Foster is tIle' traveller's friend, his dices: : April 1 I. A. 1 D. 1907, being the first Mon it, .!, !. .1,1
fleet Admiral :Schley.The day in said month, all the following described >
Phone 140.& Office at residence oouthweet t are clearing honses for information of all torts! ; here cup i-< a massive affair, standing. : lots tractor parcel-" of land-,
corner of Ridge wood and Orange i I situate and Wing in VoluMa
three !
t feet high and has a tigure of Victory (county
avenues. Office hours, 1 to :3 and r. to 8 f still find drsrriritivp I i Fillrida.kll..wn and described follows
yon ; printed ranter concerning t on the top holding wreath.. C kl as .
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-- bits 11 1 and I 1C, sal-fiviion of the 1 1 + /
i 1010 MIN
: travel everywliore. Mr. Foster knows a deal : Spanish coins arc inlaid all around it. northwest quarter of the -.otithwest
t e t Fred E. Ranhin, On the back i i- a lias relief <.f the racer I: quarter of !section. I I. township 19. south
er about ('alma, Florida. Jamaica and the whole Southrnuntry. i l>me. I of range :'U east" containing oa rcs as
; Expert Accountant Books .Open- l''mmutlorC'1It'1I' is fostering. i, shown by nmpof :S. II. Wilson, tax ass -
: 11? will! tell you about train schetlules and l : 1Iflt"r-1 -s .'rof Volu-ia county, tiled 1 I May 3, A
ed, Closed] or (Adjusted. : boat racing in Ilorida and eliVve'+ tbat 1S97.

: will engage fonT rooms at Iiolels; he i is always plvlIn : next year, when the ,'analllt.twc'f'n Daytona I Also, )lot.:3, Mibdi\i i-i ioQ of I..t.I t and! 2. U
Box: 572, Jacksonville Florida. and! St. Augustine is cumplted, section "s.' tuan-hip 19! outh A range
: answer 'I|ne&tions and to IIi everything) to t napevomir : :31 east containing I acres, as 'h'wn| by
L I races all the down the Pact: Const
References: 8. 11. lJubl-arIJ,=Jr. Citi way map t.f. :S.> H. \\ ilson, tax'f

;i I, MO Bank of J ackeonvillePcople'.Hank : i to Floriib both pleasant and profitable. : u ill In very popular.All Voltuia I'IIUlltFlorida, tiled! Ia3..
f the boats of any prominence are h!);, with all the buildings:! thereon to e I li s.-
-, ,' and Treat Co., and other. .: Mr. I'oter'a.erriert an free--no fees are ever asked : entered\ for this year's contest' and the I gather with all and singular tI, tcnethenunto -- 6EPERATC ROOK

: ; j distance being over 200 miles. make it menD Iwlonging. I r .
: Ir accepted, SOl when you are in doubt you letterAk : J. I.EK; M.IHOU\; '
1 I New York a longer race than army of the famous Special Moatf: I s

I i S Mr. Foster. : events!that have occurred on the Ilinl*,.n .1

i'l' 1! Ladies' Tailor i. HE PROBABLKNOV5' river in the Empire: State. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.Notice | ..' ViV.V.VtV.VrtVmnW.VAV.VtffVMWit .W.iWi..ii.\

1 i : A. D. HcBBIDE
Death of Mrs. Phillips. I is: given that the special (part :a For -
I existing between I-ancli- & K'h h
Formerly of Fifth Avenue, has op- : Mr. Fstcr'oll'iecs, arc at the :Sign IIf> the Question : Mrs Arvilla II.: Philips, wife rf W. K. and T. E.: Fitzgerald mthis" day dis >
t I I ened a store/or LADIES' TAILORING Philips! died in Daytona Reach Monday !solved b) mutual conse.! AUoutetand_ |

: and Remodeling! or anything : Mark inJacksonville. S aged 5'J years. Mrs. Pnilips suffered mug tnl'ith"r arl'Oullt due.the firm may he paid MERCHANTS BAN!
l.alltli-l t Fish
t's I : : or T. L:. Fit
ia Tailoring< line. Also French from a stroke of paralysis about 21= Bf.
: St. a jf'raltl.; 1.\X DJS .\: FIST. n-.h Volutla County Banks -
a I Cleaning and Pressing. Augustine. : year ago and has been failing since that T.l:. nTZGEIt\Ln. = Capital Stoch.. ., _. .. . 4 5 ;

):". I II I In the rear of Aultman's store, : Palm Reach Miami. .: to time.Putney The,body Vt wai for shipped Tuesday January,:1Z:., IIO! ;. Personal Liability... :: :: ::. :. :_ 1(
corner Beach and Orangeconnectetl( interment: Mr. -- -

'j S 1 with Aultman.) Special attention toGent's S Havana, Cuba.'ashil1 tol1, D. C. : Philips accompanying the remains. T. E. FITZGERALD If TraiuacU a General Banking Business

Tailoring. Will call for I per cent. Interest

and deliver goods. .. .. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund: Miller returned ATTORNEY AT LAW 14 Compounded Cxua) set rl|s -

J STETLAND. .. Sunday last from their visit DAYTONA, FLORIDA I | Savings Accounts. -

j .:...... ........11..1............................ ...: to (Tuba II I Special Oft\.1"\ facilities in Shanks for. block eiaminiim I'Oonel land tttleg:?l 5> Safety Deposit Boxes for,, Kc
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_Redmonds, Mrs Robert uvereuu, *+w inesDoak
Jr.jEwii;ng and Mr. and XIrs. Sheet: comMr: ana :Mrs. ;:). u. ,....._ -


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