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The Daytona gazette=news
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Daytona gazette news
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Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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February 16, 1907
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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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Vol. 18, No. 38 Ooe EnrY1r" ". Reaches All CUtte Daytona, Florida, Saturday, February: 1(5( liKT.' ) But_A4..rti.l..c Medium m DiyUn md Vlclaltjr. Price 5 Cents

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FOR PROTECTIONOF I indefinite to drink.period as long as they can get ''THEPASSING I OLD COUNCIL'S HLECTA 01FFORD.NOTED Death of .Mrs. P. A. Newell's Son. POSTPONED

1.I\\aroll'o-'r-o'n: ( Newell, s".ii "f111: -.
The alligator is a long-lived old cosy I'. .\ New II. ,cd I
i pas quietly away -
boner and frequently reachesmi lJe..r, morning, Itbruar' )" '.>. at hu\ home C

Fit )'( 8 r... at ;.IN North: llidfi.*w.i 'l anuc after a
rr r !
According to present plan, I'mlc
I l>r<>I"iiK'l l i ilinev.
I Uncle Sam to Take Steps to Restilet sam projmws t
the Indiscriminate Slaughter of wl apart where it shall I I"* illegal to .kill F'iguresonlheir Status-Only S [ City lI..n.Js Cleaned ('p to !llavtoin Slums Lovers at Her I| l.\ let: Uil.l.r ill t the home t o'Sundayafternoon j Daytona for the Allen Trophy
the big:; saurianexcept: ( at certain times aud the remains< placed, m the
the I Saloon Counties in lloriJa. Recite the few lk arJ. I'almctto Club Recital Oeemetllnwise
Swamp Kings. i> and in regulated numlxr In this way ) receiving vault at I'int'wlol cemetery I This Year.
A century ago the waters and lauds I! It is hoped they will !*' preserved in- I Here arc :M-IUC: in U. 'ruling li:, uics by :j I Kk-ita Iiitfonl: the nuked prano to bo ,,'\lII.\.lla'r to 15o>ton, Mass. The Palm Dent:h-Miami regatta ended

[now in the possession of the United|I definitely. I states of the present status! of the liquor I BUDGET FOR 1907. Mtiger.who has betn engaged by theD.ijtoni I last Saturday at the Magic City in a

[States government were the habitat of''f I traffic in the south : t : Palmetto Club for a lIIu.lcalrlriblltl blaze of glory aqd fireworks. The affair

the world's biggest fish, animals and reptiles I! APPEAL FOR Alabama has :20 counties: free from saloons -{ Clerk.s salary, S 250Marshal's 1trI'h 19. is giving the follovvm IA MAGNIFICENT was one of the most gorgeous of its kind
says the Los Angeles Times. The JAN ; Arkansas haII counties fn-ej! salary !| ? program of recitalon, her present I ever held in southern waters, and with
I, 100Treasurer's
uffalo from saloons. m Florida! salary 1 totiM-f the booth ORANGE GROVE the things the
was monarch of animals that Every county Ii : : many managers had to

roamed the plains, the seal was worth I i STATE DISPLAY i is dry but S. Georgia has 101 I counties'' : salary 100 j I --.\\: l"J1THIAS:: .VXD SMNtJ'J.j ;= contend witKincident to the inception i
A : Asses .)( 's salar ". 300Collector's
lore money than any denizen of the I! free from saloons; Kentucky laa.17 : salary) 500 j (fll) Alia from" "%-mir et Azor'Okllot It. of such events the races were nevertheless

deep, and the ferocious alligator ruled in i RRR counties free from saloons; I Louisiana i City Physi.ian. 125 I I 1'rencli................................... Ore try That Withstood the Freeze of a Few well managed well run and well
the swamps of the; south. The day of I Of Florida's Magnificent Material Resources has 20: counties free from saloons; Maryland [ Sanitati i. 500 ( ) Ehi: lo trepiedo -Old Italian...... handicapped. The committees were

|their native supremacy is gone, and now at the Coming Jamestown has 15 counties free from saloons; .Mayor's salary 400 .........?......... ................ ...... 1'aLielio Weeks ago-The Fruit is in composed of men of national reputationas
hey would actually suffer final extermination Mississippi has 6.} counties fnr from ..,-1 j Perfect Condition.One yachtsmen and consequently workedfor
Interest on bends, 1.000Street (t.) Star VK-ino-Old Italian ............. I
but for the protecting hand of Exhibition. loons. South Carolina n prep.iriim t.. I I lighting 4.000 ...... ............................Salvator Rail: of the few that the best interests of the sports.
'ncle Sam. abolish her dl.s|>ensaiies, ulmh itisun-. orange groves Many yacht owners were to
1| The state administration of Florida! isM Printing 300 1 id) Itcndtnicer' Stream-Old IrUh.Vrranged withstood the freeze of a few weeks ago present
t The United Stales: government has > deeply. engrossed in expending funds her Ix-cuming us dry :r, tin proviibul Fire protection I 500 ....... by Alfreil Seott (!.. ttyr owned by Feel N'ordman. It w lo witness the events and were well pleased
ado protection of its seal fisheries an powder house. Te\.i., ha I.,:; 1..llIItlt"'l I Ii" w ith the results, and predict that this
i i for services
legal in matters pertaining Streets and sewer.i. 6.000Tatra ( ) .\ l'a.toral-O.t! linglisli.Carey1I.GL1M.1x .ted on Mr.I Xcrdman's farm about
ternational policy it has established free from saWns. Practically the whuk-1 I regatta has laid the foundation for a sc
; to drainage affairs that has
a question yolice 750 : SOXCJS.; three miles north of :New Smyrna on
.i national park for the remnant of the ,, been repudiated in thunderous tones by of Tennessee, except a few of the larger I, ries of !peed events in Florida waters in
Sun.tries. 1.000 the hard rIX"!.
ends of buffalo, and it will boon move ;i the voters of Florida that it is towns and cities, Is withoutalso aktOu; (a) Da bist die Rub..Schubertb future that will vie with any which are .

r prevent the last saurian in the bwamps to to the necessary and a large part of Virginia, NurthCar-'I'I'' ( > .\ ..........._......_.......Schumann Last: unday tbe write, through the held in other waters of the world. ;
appeal public pride patriotism Total $t 6.220 of \"ordma:
..... courtesy ,Ilokedlhrougb
1'In 'Waldcfccinsanikeit. .....Urahmsl
the south from yielding its life t<> the : the state for hna anti IMaw .&rc; while both the manufacture t This regatta: will demonstrate to manufacturers
ell hunter. through ttiat:: Morida press apopular and sale are (entirely fKlhlen. I And 1 mill sinking fund. (.li Krulins-slieil:. .................. Mendelssohn this magnificent grove: and we must of speed boats it is to their
subscript may it is the finest: it has Ijeen for-
[ It is only in late years that sentimentS '1 l>e represented' ( at thcroiiiiiig; Jalll townE.iti..n I I by law in )1"ill t". Kin' as, North and ASSESSED VALUATIONFOR IllsMUDLRUGS.: : 't i say tune toiC'w in Florkki. The ;runeottisiet'ttf interest to support a series of races in

grown up in favor of the alligator | The time is indeed !'ohN11( South DakotaFLORIDA. iat( Tarcudl lo >umtner ....Xoel Johnson j about mie tloMisaiid tree!*, all Florida, as it would give them an 01'-|

bat: unwieldy ugly creature was owe for raising sash a fund! for the 1901.I ( bi I Ouvrez\ ...... .............Jaseph Dosauer porlunity to prove the merit of their
i I bearing. The trees are all thrifty looking -
girded! as a foe to the public order, 0111.11 i ii Ifiamrd and the work iniident P"fJ"I'I'4 I Real estate. $1,089,710 /I1'k) urdins unlitre..Ft'ittelsaiihn ,. !I, and are all lo-nksl with fruit un- models, before a large number of .sjiccta-:

'i complete extermination at :stroke the 1p-ili..n| : ( oH-n.s in April, 'but unties MAKES Personal ropc/ty.. 185.750 ''di, l"tve in the Heart...................... I twjclu-I Icy fm,-,. II tors whoric (circumstances permit themto

old have M'cmcd the best thing that the belie| | piomptly rcsN>nd I loridawill i f .. ........ ..........Harrold[ K.: I llamiiinnflie ( :Mr. X.'roJnl3nS" alnwtit every known indulge in purchase of coolly water

aid hap|*>n; but the comiiicicial U>cj I lx tinrcpiiM'iilcd: in the MMei hood GOOD1ONI V Total $1.275.460 I > :'1"illRtiWill l KeturullarroMll: .............. variety of wrangcg, te'gethter with grapefruit raft that are dcnieU to others less af-

j which the tough alligator hide can lie 'of Mates on that ,nfa-iou. The Florida. j ....................... HamiiHUtd ke'napuats |Kathe, etc. His h 11 uent in thin world's gootLs.
It have made a new IIt'ntilllellt.lln.I'n l i': commissioners bat" made l the following 'I I.. :"I.( .\ Love 'tt'ry.l.1r: Turner salter I i: trees are kept in perfect condition and 'I Considering the time unwise this year

> national legislation will be invoked i appeal. Fro and short were the prav"rr they (c'. An Oieii Swret.............. ............ i for the long-distance race from Miami to
I I From Corporation for Charters Autosand :I the fruit ias fine a-c can ton found in the
> restrict indiscriminate killing of the To the People of Florida' i I i ":II..' .............. I-; I :'1 lie i I Daytona for the Commodore J. H. Allen
amp kings. On Lt'haof\ the Jamestown commission i Chauffeurs Required to U; Registered ,i 'fhev s|",kp meta a onl m sorrow'," (>irI ( hInaNitr) : ..... ......... ................. Kohnii !i, At f rent Mr. \onlm\ is shipping I trophy, it was decided to postpone that

'(riot sentimentalism alone argues for we submit. to you that we ate \\ ithI b>' Secretary of >tatt.s to private (:trots. event until next year, when the openingof

jtection of the last survivors of Uncle |!,I out funds; that we must rely UK| >II the.sjmntaneou I The Tiillahavee "Hin.sMakiiiK of the I letvmii'I .MMIK4I7 t-..* place Momlay_ ,: (j) Shtniber Song..............Cerrit Smith : After the frown fruit is aU out of the the Florida Eat Coast canal to
it's loner giants. The buffalo had to res on.-e IIf the public- I | std ',m iuiNsiiil amoant <4I h""in.t(" Ik) In l,.>velM..V.. : .....Win. <;. Hammond[ !i I St. Augustine gives:: promise of a much
| State lie will in
forthcoming njnirt p "t! tin. ]I Isutl' I I 'llIt"(1 the "tf''lti..f tlM.I""h'. ; again ship large quantities -
I from the plains in order to makem spirited |>eople. ; that' Hoiid.i .h"uMIJl' I I I | As ,\ill !", nm From reading thin I to northern market larger turnout of boats, especially from

fur man, but he should have been '1 among the bright galaxv of southern says"An : 11.11to the :amount f 81.ftl't1'e.: : gram. tMft"l.ital.. have l been pro-I I It will those I the north. The reasons fur the postponement jI
item of the st ,r.-tarv's, rrpa.rtwhich pay anyone, especially
> -ut tl and ordrn-d. Then Nib
iven into herds and preserved in numtrs. States that will shine in the oat ionatisterhoat i I i pre < paid. i with l skill and I, are embodied In the follow
great rare sat they WKI( want t<> l lay excellent fruit to visitthis
't cailhot fall to t..t lI.h.t..1 in the i )
The klllinK of the seal to stet theI at Jam stow(. i i I m< .Imleil. ;aI"I..t"el'YttUn,; front the ; with '-< ual fort.** to tu1twcal st-hol.. I I ing letter to Commodore J. II. Allen, ofthe -
| : > affable
eves of is-rent-alts take: nit' lev of th<.- ,i I ideal groTIM<< owner M an ]
annualalari of tbr nuuarilaren
tins is a laudable and proper use of the The tinir is shot within whuti anything states 1 la .darillr.mrredaehane. i I 'nIIII1Y"1I are' a. well :i" music h,vers, as there i-, gchtleatan and aifl be p 1hoa.00t"t.| t.. have I Halifax (liver! Yacht Club:
limal! the is done itliBh .. : for the Patrol fire rxtinguut'Iw nI 1
provided killing \\ br ac,',iupli hed. 1 hat we
may not a number whu-h is n"t inUrestinjan : visit
mi-nt is that wtiK-h rdws to tlitamount .haasl tier > yon Miami, Fla., Feb. 9, 1007.
that the of seals lay j! lur sente ago.'ria
r sytttem race nut
for tilunteer
must ('alll] to l nlt.I..lio"L l .
UMIII| you nf into tli.- from Com. J. I IL Allen Halifax River Yacht
n OIK-V paid treasury ,
I .Vssoriation I
terminated. So with t the alliiator. Library ":t..ut'II
,, mat and help in this riis; that weMiniate .
'' up ; the illf'url".ratio.lI..f| 'turn. and <-<.mpanic.s. I the IwilatH-e (i *tool( nf the appropriation 1 Miss <..itbtnl'i. aeeoiiiKtnLst, Harukl) IIHammond ': A few Launch. Clnb, I )a>"tona, Fla
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Take the lives of as many Ii" ate III..t..1 l .- $,>OtllltIul.1 enable Florida !
1111' amount n"lIorlo'd. whichnp-. i Ia young; Chica oan v\ttu i itsf u Dear
of $::MIE) matb in last 'I I Sir: That boating insouthern
; 1 for the purM>se of (commerce but do it to .have. representation at this great eMinion :\-1 year's lKJt. I I :. If. \\ Ifao'hospemtlat: winter power
resents the receipts tot .& xnl l of l,,o > fortunate a.s t<> be able to indulge bi- i
waters H
f it eollet' working toward
i y pdc'sician. a."r r, aIncest
-1 ; according foresighted ,. ( ; that twice this amount is : in UdJt.tha and i is :lJI.illitb; his family
years since last r'.I".rl. i, t.i iIUft. Therate '! great miisH-al taken for the ({ensure il'aiforda I brilliant
.j' is nearlyviK'd l out but i i mayor and clerk siihniiltcil thjr- if I-aite Inn is future is the opinion of
alligator | 1 needed lo make the state hhtltl) her : a guest; < theIvy having; a
s hanged is ?! for etch I..II".I-. !{ him. lie i a gru.lyite of Talc.
f ali. ..or.llik'tl."fit. a large number of who have fol- f
H>rs men
\the big saurian multiplies quickly, and :: last. advantage; that lorida can doubtless I lautM-h Innll at Mt-lhttakTs boat yard
; lars of capital, with a liiuitrtl ni.i\imum i and a Bile there pursued his .studies will, lowed the
in great numbers so that with only leas- i|i I make a. better showing on less epense \- | mavor'.s alary wan hell up until Horatio Parker. Before Yale M I which promir-es to couibinc" .s|>eed. safety regattas held this year at I
of {!;IU. Compared at the minimum entering Palm
onable protection he would' soon flourishagain. ;1 I than perhaps any other state in tl .- matter (a'i IHrefernU to the city : Sad beauty of outline. Heath and Miami.
| ('htrgetheeaptital r-preMiitetl in Ihtfl..8 he had IIIM'Itenr.J years in Berman}
'the: union; therefore we make this 011[>- Ittlln y. .tbl. -smsti Stilltnan raised! Mr. KOMS says just as good louts can The conditions for the development
rl'.rtt'l1| is7: :>iio.(n(0. Thi "4>unf md France preparing fur college, amp at I
Not so long ago the scamps, rivers :: l p'-alto every .patriotic citizen of the !I > tlH-otijerlion th.itlayor flume had constructed here at in the north and of the port are ideal I, and with careful
of levenue has to Urgtpropor ; thesaner time pursuing his musicalstudies
and bayous of Florida and other southern i: Mute who sees this article. I II e<>llete. I the same fet-s us any allowedju.stio he intends t., prune thai fact in this and intelligent management we believe
tions and L- .tlll' wl.i'h ,.r.'u.'C1| noth with the most eniinent tt'II.I..r-
states abounded with the creatures. \Ve ask you to form a committee of <..s of the |M art, ill the mayor's boat. h He is not a believer in fancy the South will have a.s fine competition
I I to few of Iterlin and Ptris.
fug a
Many[ of the older inhabitants of 1>..1)I jour own t.. get in touch with some one I, "'up jears ago ""1ft. huh he cmtemksl was unlawfulfor !; trimmings the butt. will l loe finished in this line LS can toe found anywhere
1'hesecretary re-|port--that :-l.'l ,iutmobiles ..
tone can remember wUn the Halifax ''of' this committee. Io lI..tait for us! I I the<< frason hat thr city charter pros plainly Imt neatly< thruugltout. She is in the work).

# river was far more noted fur the number torrath you |xronally; but v\e ask i iI office. The hate; rr i-try t Ufii of'li"t..n'f'alltomolMit: lilt.. ." Stiles that the mayor: shall: retire as thigh School :Notes.T'ie I coa.striKt: aiii .'t entirely of cypress, The completion of the canal work now

{ notoriety ,I "\"l'rYmanomall and child' in Floridato i al," a ff ,.f *'- for 1':11'1 Ii m.ti s.hrl.carries ... ..'ornpr'nsedi.u, tin- seven. .,f lift) without .'((',IIIIIm High School clo i gave,, ': i" twenty-scvi-n fit in .kfigth, seven under way should make possible next

git to work. j The law niuircs also that ivrrv' prde.- |MTi|. tl''''. riniH .tK>n tnrught'rrarather '| a very interesting irugram in the High i'arai one-half feet beam and will IK l fitted year continuous inside journey from

source, the Tomoka being protected by As you feel a pride in your ,\\II state, sioiial chauffeur &lld| heated tk-bate and' was finally : Schoo! room last i'rithyaftenta.n. S -\.-: '.with sevi-n horMs-jMjwer Fay 'v: Bowen St. Augustine to Miami. We believe

r special Mate IcgUJitioii.: : if you wish to have her rcprexntcd at fee of $!. One hundred.lIalll''r chauffeur1nvcctitnphetl pray :t disM>-,'d of ill th' above manner. j i!I eral victors; were present who hecamettdeais ''engine, whk-h :ioukl give her j-j>ecd. that if this fact is immediately called

#,. Formerly the alligators got as far t, this great e\Misition| get to work now with the Law. IJtlt the niimUrof An ordmaitee pn.\iding that an | '" again in the Cu Hatioa trial. J :MW will U- of light draft, !but is ao construclcd I., the attention of owners and manufacturers -
a-I, '
north as the middle sections <>f (ieorgiaand and send us 3 our subscription aid ask I autoiiKibiles m I'tonda as -h'.anby countant >w employed] to audit [ .\1111"'" the v isitors was Violet McCoy, as to he a seaworthy craft, |>erfrctly in the right way, a grand

Alabama but now they are unknown for a subscription list:: for in doing so the report must Uniwli undrr via| IwxiKs ,.f all city officials hantttragnioties I' a charter member the Parliamentary. I safe for cruising in outside waters. and representative fleet of power boats

i there and are only found on the |. you will place yourself) on the honor roll numU-r i>wn'-'l. Il irotM| >l>lc iM-ionxing to the city was Ktsnfcl i i C'hl". who gave two readings whit h;I :{ )Ir. Hoar LS secretary of the Ewe c<*ikl lie inducted to come South in 1908.

4 extreme southern coa-st line of the southern al..1iII help to lightn the burden that not mare than halt ttw owners oar third and final reeling, and a re!..4wtion I wen' much en|" 3r'ti. | Hrirk ..'"mpalI) t'rt>f...My the largest To assure the success of such a move
states. The writer well rememU-rs which rests upon us all. Unless there followed the IK.SSUE'f the ordinance : brick making concern in the w..rM. with the
have ompliitl "' ith this r>iUm-nM>nt. i| Tietcauha"re have hail a tacatiof *I unflinching support of rcsi-
s when they were very numerous in Whet- shall subscribed a<- touch us !!.iltlO,( ) Vtt it i< mten-siiiiK to oltM-rve. that -? (| io\ iditii:; that t. \. 4 '''nri
btone's lake. Jackson's lake, ('.itoma j I under tin call, then the commission, many haveoluntarilv c >ni|.&iM',l with ..1111'1..1.1-| I a..i. (hi.r I II ('....lIItyIC.iati.tb at Defend. Ian",, i j New Fork City. I He is a lover of uuttbrw and concessions from butt,deam.I -

reek and other waters in Montgomery feels it is not justified in pursuing the (the lau uInn no means' is taken t<> enforce I h.! .dulled hedge t f"i U.nsiun;; "f the Seniors was lean to say that liter, sports, f tnU of great hor-4, aiitot I I tHan\ and railroad companies interested

county, Ala. They are still numerous i I matter any further and will :so report( it. Ilciiiittam-c: i.'i made dint to \ I.1 W.iI'l 'I.t..d.| iltil I whit t h tile'"url- i i might could or should, think about "hnI ,, tnobiling. stating, etc. !I world he l an absolute 11eceaeity.In .
in the Everglades for the reason that it the serntan, who i-s n-s the uumbei. I '
{ to the legislature; at its meeting in April. j
ii wljouriitU uuul 1ltthotsdty' thesis that time hut
Lvuiui during ,
Iand makes etltr.t it. As usual the I return: a series of well managed
hard them there. I' .
is to get at All who desire to subscril.iII please I numlirr thirteen fell l<> a .siii--r-titi..ii' t.. neeive th rrturns and .lcaro! tlw.l she doubted if she would. It i> rumoml Sneak Ihieves.Ask 'I Iltwt'l'llOOt events equal to the beet in

f An early explorer says he found all- '! notify Mrs.: K. L.1:lagan, vice-president brother, who sent it tack I n.ult of the sic'ttnn !| that the subjects an Wpgewted. tbe work cook be given at prominent
gators bO plentiful in Florida that (.ore'I I McladJca if be caught the burglars I
i of the commission, at No. 210 West -
points where conditions favorable.In .
'II I ? Sometime between Lot i were
t at a point where the St. Johns river is I Forsvth street. Jacksonville. Fla.. so Saturxlaynight
half a mile wide they were packed to : rCl'ord' --- I and MtMMMy morning, his curio view of this encouraging outlook
j that :i may he kept of theamounts
closely that had they kept still he could i siiltocribed stufe was burglarized of a number of welelievca mistake would be madein

have crcaM-d the river on there: scaly'':I Bc-pc'Hull) j I plan displayed in the :show: wioduw, or, holding the initial contests for your
T. J. I.. HROU.V, to be the long distance, this
backs. I more exact, settings were race year.

At first it was for the amusement of President; I taken from a number of pins. The With further time for the proper advertwingof 1
the hunter that the alligator fell. It. I i thief or thieves seemed to t>c | trtial to the same alKlI) conviuce 1

I was esteemed great sport to sail down a I j I \ ice-1'residcut; it I IImns one special form of setting, that "f the the manufacturers of the commercial

J river and :shoot: the taurians, leasing!t j : HKOIISTOX Hrazilian green beetle Uefore puttingthe possibility offered in sending type of

their bodies where they fell and making I Treasurer; I'j' a I city police on the sax Mr. MrFa>N their products to ,,'utMrnat an
GEORGE: iiic.r.ix; I
no attempt to sell the hides. den decided to do soon dt let:live work entry consistent sill the beauty dignity

Later as Florida began to settle, the i 1 U.V.. STOHI5S I I oa hi. own account which resulted' in the and value of the trophy would be .
State (bntutissioncrs.Struck .
alligators! were killed off for the protection decision that the theft was the. work of obtained. You are privileged; to make

of the people. The reptiles had ;I! j I! hungry risk nts of the rat variety. public: the contents of thin letter which

r: preying tendciii that made them a !I Draw at Port Orange Bridge.G. i emb-xJy. the sentiments of rae& earnestly

"- constant nuisance. Ordinarily (they sub- \\erc\Nhite House (iuests. interested in the welfare of power loot
i 11. Lufllll'r) '", the Ceorec; H., I i
piston:: fish, but when hungry they do i iu charge of Captain Harry HoUhkiss, I i: ... L. Howard, proprietor of the White ing.
not hesitate to come on laud and steal Signed littwell .\. Held Walt C.
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brought Mr. LiilTU-ry and a (part) of I i II Mi9e, Daytona teach, recently re- II
whatever comes within reach: of their friends up from Port Orange, Monday. j eeiveil letter front both Mayor[ Paul C.liirth liikcr, F'. Ikl Snowier, W. M. Hiding,
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tails blow from Inch means ..--- W. H.
huge a Merrill John C. Wetmore and
The George II. has been in the habit and Fillmorc Tyson, chief of the I ,
the death of Iambs pigs, and even small I 'i
of running under the draw of the Port I department "f Louisville y., who twenty others

talvrsand colts. Orange bridge, but one day last week! t IJ : | were guests of the White Howe! while II Much interest is being maaifated ui

Every time the 'gator attempted inroads | when it was blowing pretty, fresh and here a few weeks since. I naval circles relative to the pwrha

.1 a posse would he formed and a the tide was extra high, the roof of her :( IS 8p H8 __ L-iiArs! JES6* 4. i iIiML Mrs Tyson writes that his friend, I I by Commodore AUea of the 1>*y City

1 trail of alligator carcasses would he the cabin was caught by a title and In-fore i Judge<< Md'aan, of Luuilvilk',1ensuing j Of fkh.1' rarer, The Secret. CommodoreAllen

outcome of a ten days' hunt. ;, her headway could be Checked the j J "south for a short vacation ami he has I only bought the boat, hot new engine

j It was not, however, until the saurian stanchions supporting the roof gave war!' referred him to the White House! kno..1 being considered a misfit, and after

::1 developed commercial possibilities that | and it was torn off. The whistle |pipe i| "{ ing l>y experience... that he will receiveI 1 putting in a new engine will race her. f fIle

the real devastation began. Trunks, was broken and as there wa a good I the l>c..t of treatment at tl.e( h.-Ands ofj is said to regard the outlines of The

I traveling bags, purses and all kinds of head of steam on things were pretty j :Mr. :and Mrs. Howard.I i it t i I'Secret as nearly perfect and this water: !;

leather novelties could be made from lively for a time, neither of the parties j I II I( er.tftiU prove quite an addition lo the

alligator hide. The traffic took such I I onboard were injuied and i'>ut little'I j Business .Man.' 'I Halifax River Yacht Club' fleet.A .

sudden bounds that in a short time i damage was done beyond the breaking j - -
200,000''''! If you are not at this:, moment in need
'hions.I .
Florida was sending north about of the stam
skins annually.The I 1 ___ ..f some kind of commercial priotuig.V"U Handsome Desk.

surely will be in the near future. F'. II. liogle U: constructing for S. S.Ifcyton. .
favorite method of hunting was i i Low Tides for February. I
We wish you to know that we are doing a motive piece of furaHviv in
to out at night and blind the reptile !! j I
go M. P. M. i E
A. most satisfactory work of this particular the shape of a desk for Mr. IM}ton's

with a strong light from a lantern February ItL.................. 3:;; ; MS: |; line and our prtcr-8 are as low as the lutubei and real estate o, lee ia lee lk

.: trapped to the head of a hunter. Thus I i February 17............ ...... 1:11: MK i quality will permit. We will gladly call I i buiidiog. The desk is of yellow pine

equipped he could get within a few feet I February IS.................... 5:30 5:13 I i' for order d iu the city Phone the throughout and will be very heavy: when

[ and use his heavy revolver or shotgun I February 19.................... 6:19 6:3r l j Gaetti'-N\\vs ('o.itnpany. completed. No nails are being used ill

w ith deadly effect. At the present time, FibruarySO.................... 7:10 7:23 t""' .a i in its construction, but in-tead, tile old-
despite the decimation, there are still I I, February21: ................... S.W >:1J r- ar i I II ; style mortise and tenon and it ia being

I enough alligators to make the business j i February Z!.................... !>a> 9:13 I To Augusta; (ia.i I| finished ia natural cut f pine, beautiful

U of hunting them a profitable one to i i it February 2J....................10.03 10iSiFcbruary21 I :i lfc uy it.iough Pullman buffet ll'l'p- I pieces of of which Mr. Dayton has: been

:.): hundreds of Indians and whites. i : ....................10-4rt I05fiFebruary [ .ng ear !have* Jacksonville, at *!' W p. I fur some! time selecting. The table of

In addition to the sale of skins:: there 2.>.................. 11:10: ....._. i iii.. \ ItUbtie Goat, Lute and arrivesat I the desk is made of inch-wide ttrip *>

is: a demand for baby 'gators, which are j February 6..1 Z.O 12&) s I .\vtu"t.the next morning at ;.10. : cUverly put together tiat were It not

stuffed and sold. rebruar)' 27..1:!:3\.1 1:10 For ('i.dill...a fcservaitio&s see Atlantic for tbe difference in the grate of the

Although the alligator is a great\\; im- ''' February: ....................l:1i: Ili: Cost 1 1.11,"' ,tg'ivts or write to Frank t'. wood it might readily be taken for one

mer, he gets around on land but Boyle-1. .:. U.-er,t t Pa*" Bter treat, solid piece. It will be a, demo etrat4un

Vet they have been found 15 IOWI.I Get the habit. Uuy tic Gazctte-Xcw: \tiaat i ..-1. I 1..1: i I." --I. -'! F'krila. of gc<4 hunber and gwd wotfcm&iwbip,

land. They can live out of watet Pictorial edition. Ill! ( < > rUt t" i It VLU the products ." Usytatia."testa .



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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE N E WSh. I a large box of pretty and acceptable FINE I MUSICAL 1 Flute and Cornet Duct, Theodore 'NN/N.11.11..1.................. .. ..-...0.. ........,

fancy articles; Ralph T. Butler the Sengstak: U. L. TafTern.I :

PUBLISHED EVERY> SAtURDAY II song-maker of Seabreeze, donated the Ladies' Trio Mrs. M. C.: Moore( Mrs. I :t SCHMIDT'S VILLA !

\, use ot his box ball for the afternoon and' ENTERTAINMENT\ I C. C. Bohannon and Miss! Elma: Hallett. I :
.' T. B. FITZGERALD, evening for the entertainment of thosein Selections by the Little Orchestra. i: btuk."f the .
I I situated on the :
This house is
kkK : comfortable and home-like
F .'. attendance, and numerous other!gifts; 1 Encourage the I-nnznc in its good I :S beautiful Halifax River one mile from the Atlantiff Ocean.and enjoys the .

e THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY large and small, were placed in thehaueL Will Be liken by the Ua>tooa Promotion work by altcaduis! : .m.l .it (tin- amc : health-giving breezes that are BO common here. The view commanded isof :

t. (.r tht committee tll help "n the j < tllll enjoy the Urtntcrt.iinment: of :: ourDaSloing Lcauty. The house is fUllli bcd throughout ID :u-o.mfortablc b:1th. .
( INCORPORATED ) good work. League on Wednesday the :.season. 'p and adequate manner.: It .has fifty ruuiM, Tingle eiisuite or with : or .

1 E\.nlnr.1February{ lOtI h -- I :. The steeping apartments are large, airy and nearly all have a uoutm rn :
k : sunny exposure. .
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1 t: Entered tt the Po toffic at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. Daytona Beach,Feb. 14.-Mr. Beards-:; I Music lover are anticipating with j I.. The parlors smoking room and reading rooms otter every ,C'51dInd;! !
ley'a (cotta4 on Mitchell street has been I the city home. The dining hall has a seatis- capacity of one .
pleasure the entertainment to be given : he cuisine and
f. rented for the season by Mr. Mclntireand I $915 IN CITY TREASURY. twenty and is second to no resort hotel in tservice South. The .
.. Subscription f 1.50 Per Year in Advance.SATURDAY. at tte Armory on Wednesday evening : : are admirable, and Schmidt's Villa enjoys an enviable reputation .
himself and wife. I
li now occupied by February 20th, for the benefit of the The new City Council I. for these important features. Z
;. Among the recent arrivals at the Lone Daytona Promotion League. takes the reins of the city I.. Our rates for board and room arc $2.50 per day and up; special I raterfor
; FEBRUARY 16, 1907. and ',,'. J. J.I I i up : families No other hotel on the East Coast ran offer i
.. Hay are Alex McClure nfpl1( As&hottitby the ,program which is-: government with $915 in the !!* on application. outlay of money.
lh comforts and for the NIHIC
-- same advantages
i ic --- I I Ind. .
= I McCl'ire: \)Angora .
g1\TIII'low. thc l lest talent in this xirmity i i- treasury.A
l, ..........................1 l Mr. -'t'nnnloli! :>ti I Katte, jucsts: t : HENRY SCHMIDT & SON Proprietor ......
is: listing i ;, atnl a very mjoyaoi lr ... ..............111N
MUCH INTEREST for time lilt ..................11.N...
t ii the Lone Hay ionic |$54 rxruiiiR::; a.vurretl t<> thonnho attend.The .
"'f !| SEABREEZE and It.r
altend.mcr at
. Uikc Helen to lit in .
weak I
i of chiIA'agui. i- ('nli-lill/o'/:
.. ....ePC *
i ELECTION. thc pirilual; ramp iwetina "Iid1', "- *** *********************** **.*.. .-- C
, I IN i the heady support| of i-xtryone nho has :New Lath mj shingle: .Mill. *

[ DAYTONA BEACH i venes there .-hortly.Willaui the \\elfarc: of Dajtciia, 'raltl..lC'i and The E.:: W. Bond Company. L. Dil- rk
others of( the I
Ronald : :
Daytona\ Beach at heart. The Grand Atlantic I
[ 1 1r .......................... peninsula young men have joined the the numtci the linghaai and F..t. Loyd hare formed a
Among sptcul
BusbuiBM on
Eatir TkUtot. tit* Daytcn I for the manufacture of lath
this week in company I
r basket ball team, organized ; <<
Seabreeze Feb. 14.-Jerome program are a oval lo by Mrs. M. C. .
II i iMo
'n'* U&tu :EI ctt4-AToUI Daytona. The team: will use the armory and !shingle: Mr. Loyd i it a nephew of i <<
baa accepted a position in the } I I urt', II.> )tona i Favorite Soprano; !!I Mr. Dillingham and bails. fronlno} ,- I II : NOW OPEN. :
of 274 Voter Catt.I general merchandise and grocery. .> a playground. The: lnitialmeeting ;t Major J. B. Powuingnnd wife, violin and Tet.n. : a .
t ,store. was held ut tie at mory Tuesday: evening.At piano duet, who are too well known toDaytonians i j I I:ounis: En-Suite::; With Private Baths, :
Con- a s It'\1I1 council meeting Monday !I I The new company has 1 purchased theI Milliard and Room *
Mrs. Lo hrane and Mrs. George a:* artist in their respeetivo i Smoking ,
I CITY OFFICIALS ELECT, I ners, of Atlanta! Ga., are recent arrivals, ; night fur the purpose of considering; bids line to need further comment; Mes I rs. I engine and boiler used in the 'brick yard f Electric Service Throughout, :

C l guests at the Colonnades.Mr. for street shelling the contract to shell Theodore Sengstak and G. L. Taffern I at Seabrook and Mr. Dillingham is constructing I : Lirge East and Sun Parlcr, :
all of the balance the
Mayor-E, W. Greene. : and Mrs. Harmon and Mrs. Juiuc Palmetto and Live Oak streets was flute and comet duet. There is considerable nearly y Broad Verandas, Fine Orchestra, *

t I Clerk-A. McF. Porter. M. Kildin Atlanta, (la., itriivitl thu- awarded: Randall Jk 1'ellecier and the interest and query as to who are ( mill at hinovelty works here. They : Fine Cuisine and Firet-CIass Service :
C Assessoi- F. Smith. week aDd of the (l..rr mdin.. intract to Nliell Mitchell street wasavurded i be will ready to begin operations in I C .
: George are gueett going to fill the number entitled "Fid I'
Titu'llirhat'l.. The latter about two weeks.! JAS. H. JOHNSON & SONS, Propr's.
: Collector-W. G. Hobbs. Miss Nellie t rhillips; and motlw |H-|1'". dling by Two Old Timers.' There i is I I II : i
; be l.KatNIn the t
The mill will
Trusurcr- T. Peck. tar guests of the Uri fe l.otise Let uiu ha e nine or ten teams at work on not a single weak link in the evening's! C 44444444a444..11e41N.41. N.144f44444i441i111C..
i north from the Lake Ashley" tract containing a large
y Councilmen-Co M.Bingham ter. are now at l'kar\\.t"I. Lut t :\-ci Mitchell I>street working chain of entertainment and w,- predict a
bf'itIf timber of which the lath
J. D. C. Morris. F.M. Rowe, ; lo lie with Mi.a Hu-M-11< again\ before the !south ('ndIf the street. large success for it. i cypress **************************3**************************
I; and Mr. Brown and daughter Mrs. Adam, and shingles will bt'rnanufartur,1.I *
Hankins : *
W. Maxwell reason cK) 'M-:''i. The for S,'ahreeze \n'. Daytona 1k>I\.h.
program the e\cmng follows I Th tract which is near hike Helen :
; W. F. Jibb. Mlr..1'nd J. !IA'\\i., Iwby! and in-,ih. i. of Portsmouth, Ohio, are recent arrivalsat I j : Lone Bay Inn J .
l'iano lwt, Mi.Mn Willaumo and I is owned by the E.V.. Bond Company NVxtdtMtr to pcatumcc.
I School -George H. : M. Silt of .Atlai.t.i; tirf., ate the Branch house.Capt. I I <<
Brown (Cimvenifiir to River nnd .Hn. r.VOKU NEW MANAGEMENT Home
i [ and that will kindle the :
h Ludwig. ,ue:ts at the I>ixis: I. nige Mr Lewis j W. S. Bradley: of South 1I.\'cn'l Vocal l Solo, Mrs. M. C. Moore. !' company product I Comfort. Nnrthcrn7able. Bonn" by the seek day or nwal. Senson ors
of the new mill, which will have a <<
.a on the editorial staff of the Constitution : Mich., president of the Citueu's: I I Ii TraiwH-nt. Large airy JOOIII.H. ItftU-s ?7.!X) to -10.IM Special rate for *
if" I'iano :Solo, Miss Norma Williams. II daily capacity of 100,000( !laths 01 40-,
l and is a wtll known newspaper: [ correi Bank of that place, and his friends, I : th.V:1son :
i The municipal elcctiontof: 1007 is now >oadeiU. and Mrs. If. K.; Dewey, have rented theLivingston and Violin Mrs.I and Downing.Piano Duet Major: J. It. 000hir.zl' ) :: <'.-. : AIRS. C. E. HUYCK, Proprietress. :

-{ an event of history. Wednesday voters was George W. Jtestor> wife, son and wife'sbister J cottage of L..1: Branch I Male Quintette Messrs. KVllar, Mills i I ......," ,................. 44444444444444444444444444
an ideal day. and a. a result 274 Miss Hale, are recent arrivals and will sK-nd| << the rest of the season Want to Dispense Justice.
Pellec-ier, Ilivins and Cowtm. I
exercised their prerogative at the polls I Seminole there. I
to determine the candidates of their from Lodge Minneapolis: guest at Mr. Peters arrived from the north last Vocal: Silt, Mrs. M. l'. Monre. Candidates for the olfioe. of JiiMice "I ******************........r ft*************************

.1 j Inttrmksion. the 1'cHce mIIII''a'anl.. by the death '.f I
ibolce. Miss Jul11':11.: : niece of Mrs.I J. H. Sunday and joined his wife at the J. J. : THE AUSTIN. *
I Piano Duet Mrs. I K.: II 1 H!.
In tomina- housp., I t&1..i-'I.: Charles Cox are springing up rap
The entire ticket placed Abercromble is expected to arrive Monday Bishop rooming *
tion by the Daytona Husine" Men's from Anniston Ala., on a vUit of Artist J. It. Wiloo.\ and l wife are d -\vn Miss Hotchki.s.s. idly. So far J. E. Hush J. It Cole and : Overlooking Jhe Halifax 1'iver. Daytona, Florida. :*
j Voeal S.Jo, with flute obliguto, MtC Arnauft-cl that they hate a call liilllheli'e.f I C
League was elected. several months.J. froniTomokathis week plt-asantly I.- : lIIM! ) LAR< .rSTlk: >TLL.: IN THE C111. :
& I S. Rieman, Theodore Scligstak:; th.Intrly .1t-f't..1: Jt1st ;
for the respective the Hranch House.Mr.
The total vote cast It. and of Columbia (.at..llOt
Carpenter family Fiddling l It\ Two t ill) Tim-ri -. tier.MERCHANTS'. R AVw Honsc With All Mo l lrn Inipnuem*. Strain\ Heated. :
candidates was follows: Tenn., and IissIil'e Batter and and! Mrs. Howanl and their guests> i

Mayor-E. W. Greene, 154; O. II. Mrs. Frank Myers! of Atlanta, arrived went picnifing to No. 'J. W.-.hie>*lay. i I I II : W. W. AUSTIN Proprietor. Jl

Seaman, 109.ClerkA. the early part of the week and are pleasantly and had; a glorious outinx-; I - ........................................ *****o***...**,*..,*.****ii t****************aaMMMM* -, *j

i McF. Porter, 233. domiciled at the Dixie Lodge.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Nichol and fiend Mrs. .. -
\w6llOr-W. II. Edmondson, 110; and Mre.I Charles Lees: charming Osborne: of Illinois, arc among the recent -i **************************U**************************|

George )'. Smith,135- I Massachusetts people why have been at arrivals. They are occupying BANK .11

Collector-W. W. .\ f'flnlbi16\ ; the Seminole Lodge for two months, left rooms in Mrs. llrbbard's. new cottage.E. 1 i THE MYRTLE
W. O. Hobbs 137. II iIH.1\1'II, of \M.I-\| | MHi" It t\It
yesterday f..rIt! \uII"tinc on
A Branch: h..<) rented ow'iii- in the t
Trewurer }'. T.1'eckJ. I ( Lovuted.) Room an-l Board s
way north. Hibbard tat to Mr. and Mr. l.ipp. ..r IPAVIOFLORIDV Vntrally KVg'unt $ tu ill) a week:
Councilmen ((2: years)-C. M. Bingham The flooring in tile Rivcnburg: \\" White Table Board 1 a !t'lwcmlty11| Modern Improvement
Spring.: \nd a
182; J. D. C. Morris, 145; W. M. house is being laid this week and m a i.I i.

Moore 43; J. M. Osborn, 54: Joseph matter of ten days or two weeks they Mr. and Mrs. James l'aytn r >ou>ers VOLUSIA COUNTY BANK j: MRS.. CHAS. KOST, Proprietress.
at Ocean Spray, had an all day outing .
F. M. Rowe 96 Henry
79 ;
Osborne ; to IK cozily established l in their :
expect at Port Orange and Ness Smyrna Sun- I ....****.*****.**.*..*... 444444444444444444444444
Schmidt 63.Councilmen
new home. I DeLAM/ : (), FLORIDA t
((1 year)-W. Hankins!!, Mrs \V. .\. Haggett has just heard day. They made the trip on their

197; W. F. Jibb 196. from Mr. Haggett. lie has bought a wheel, and had a most cnjoyal.lo time. : Condensed Statement, January 24 1007 i ************************** *****************.*******]

i Trustee-George H. Ludwig, Mrs. Arnold, of lV>rn, Ind., i.s the
: one-half interest in his son's (Jim Hag ; ,.rul'tr..Jrr'. : ,wield !
guest of Mr". James O.-bornr. i n the : THE GLENN
1S9.Dr. .gett) general grocery store on Evergreenstreet
E. L. Stewart failed to qualify as Jacksonville. He writes that. the iK-aili. -- \ .

j a candidate for mayor and requestedthat business is a g'xxl. one and is pleased he The council awarded to A. Vande- i : A I lloniflikf House with all Modern Convenience. Board with or

his name be withdrawn: from the has made the change. Mrs.! Haggett Vorde the contract for laying cement iI I HE50t1CE.LI.HJLlTlt.: : ) y : without roonm. $1.l :'>0a day. Special by week.t .

official ballot.COUNTY. will join him in about two weeks. walk at all street Intersections included ,I Loan, sad Itlll4'OItnt ' ('aulral Muck, t Ad.u \I'' t
Stock nn i Komi .. "iCfrtiii .il rotJUtJrdOverdraft Mrs Ella H. Glenn Prop'r
< .surplus Nonh rvuh st. Fill ,
:..-: News of the death of Mrs. F. I'. Key, in the recent ordinance. .* ...... WH M profit........ e-U--: nnytona.
wife of Dr. Key, of Nashville Ga., was Prof. Selden of the Hanking sad KM- 1"'p'I'II''I ':.'J'to \4444444444444444444444444
SEAT and teachers public lure, : Orllllcato, vl I'.n....11&-[..- II 444444444444444444444
her Mr. and Mrs.J. yolushc'otianktr.l.a; tiiaml ( ; ,
re1at 1.1".1111
recciby \f!, !school left Wednesday fur ie:Land i yi
B. Abercrombie, this week. Mrs. Key to attend the ('ounty.s ci:1ti..nhich :Herchanty neat R'Iale-.l lIalik.. H,>ir'- 1Jct** fi ltrtlneateottwpeM-71me.-ri.H->, 6.: ............................................... ..NI

as the charming and lovable daughterof is in convention thcrs' The pupil..ire: t'.b on hand and In Rank tlT.e'.i: torutai
Dr. J. I.. Selma, of Douglasville, (!ia.. enjoying the holiday.Mr. .-,--- i I i M. ELLA DE VOY CO.
1It1lt I-*,:*! n 'L.tal I".1: t t11NN ti .
visited Seabreeze several years ago and and Mrs. John Deer and Mr. and I '
o May Contested for by New Smyrna. won many friends during her stay )here. Z : SPRING
Mrs. Roberts have returned ten I.>............... .N/NNNN.1.N1.1.1.1NN.1< ; OPENING
Mrs. J. F. Hatchett and two ctiildren _
1:;. Port Orange Dayton, DeLand arc here from DouglasvilU. Ga., on a day trip to Cuba. i Thursday and Friday, February 7th and 8th.

f ct tl. If Division Is Defeated. visit to her sister, Mrs.! J. W. William!?, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. HIackmore( ot Moline ............*...+.........+...........+..1111111.1111 : Xo Ii :South Beach Street, Daytoua."THE .
111., and Mrs. McKee and two ........ ..................+................
Voluiia county is not the only countyin on Pine street.A daughters have taken rooms at the *i A Place to Eat. LtCartc Sei vice from *
tie state that will seek to be divided telegram came Tuesday to Mrs.: Mul- roun apartment houx- : 7 no( YII. -" t n 1 30 P n,. ..+++++.........4.t.S4..+.++...... <

the b1ature. The north end lett and her daughter Miss Martha Mul- i.
by nat Jq I .
\ .... (If Dade county will also :seek to sunder Ictt, announcing the death of one of lrs.lul1ett's IZ I CAFE : PINES -
: daughters at W-lliamsoiijMidi.' .i ,
the bonds that bind it to a section: : ,
where its interests suffer: and desires to Miss Mullctt left for that point on the I Card of I hanks. 'i 1 .\ New HOIIM; With All Modern Con ..n t.II'j \**. -

be set off by itself and constituted a afternoon train. Mrs. Cox and sister i wish to extend | An-omodatrs f o. $2..V a day and up. Special by week or mont; -

t new county. I'I't The city fathers have purcha.-ed: : for I their hcatfelt thanks to the many friends L. C. McCANN. Manager. 'j An attractive House with lard;. nail airy moms, hot and cold wat
i 'l. The petitions asking for a division the town a Vran-new up-to-date !street who so kindly remembered and assisted: i i : : through the home. Hiilplmror unit water baths, electric: lights (urns

{ Volutia county are being rapidly signed,I' roller. i them during the illness and death of the ''J .;'ill Suit I Ikwh: Strict, Ihiytona. H.iritla. J h.-at wideran and t I"i'ht'DSnme las and its !Kouf of Garden the pleasant wWrejoii features of The I'ine are .
'. and when the campaign committee calls At the regular monthly council meet: I their can a fine tiew
husband and brother of home "'>- tin--onntry, river and owan. The Paws; i" situated on South Riiljrewon!
; another mass meeting it expects to be ing Monday night two |petitions askingfor )pccially to those who assisted in funeralarrangement : The best lUkciy (;'MM-! on ( arth Hoim- Made IV.s, Cakes and Bn a-l .1 tlw hifflM-Kt avenue in "1tOl. a. Rooms single or en suite, with or wii

t in position to give a gratifying showing the grading and shelling of fine .. and I who sent the floral $ at M. cCafe, all Home Mad.: B.tked for the Trade. j I out private 'bath.Ol'KX.
\ of the work accomplished throughout street; from Ocean to Glenview boulevard MRS.' FROM NOVEMBER I K. TO MAY 1. =
I( (, and Grand.iefrom Ocean to offerings. : ....................................................: :
I. the county. E\IlLIE.t.1.1I: : ::. ,' RS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress. _

f 1. Petitions asking for a removal of the Glenview, were granted. _ i
t county seat also being circulated Miss I Jerome I -- h ......N1.1.1N...1s.....N.1NN..N1.N*...NNI .... :us South Uiiffewood .\1'11 lit'. D.\\'TOX.'l.ORJ
,i'- are so of Plymouth ii\isiting ............................N1NN
\ t that if the county division matter fails Mrs. Julia Allen in her handsome home ,I An l njo>able Affair.

f i 1 an election will be called to determine on Valley street. Irl1l.'n has just I .\ pleasant four-luinU {wgrvc ivi- I Hotel DesplandDaytona I ........... ..............NN. ......N..NN.N

lil l\i! \J whether or not the county seat! shall l he had some landscape gardening done on I i euchre: partywas enjoyed by the gufNt.- I i

t removed. her place that greatly enhances its at- of The iV!'pliind, Thursday evening.Mrs. The

1 : The latter petitions specify no particular i tractivencss. A spirea hedge bordering I (.. .\. Young of (h-can Grove Ivy Lane Inn ii

r L town for the county scat, but leaves i carriage: driveway growing into a I won the first ladies': ( prize; and MU I i [ Florida i
: t that question open to all the to'n3.1 thing of great beaut- Eleanor: Gordon, of Hazardvillc t'onn.. I Palmetto
> : street and (Ivy Lane
: Port Orange New Smyrna, Daytona The church bazaar and muMcalc which !secured the ladies' consolation )prize. ,

DeLand and probably other towns will I took place at the \Vilmans oj>cra house I I Captain C..A. Young carried off the "THE FAVORITE I OPEN DECEMBER 1.In 1.

I ;" .. will be candidates for the county capital Wednesday afternoon and evening February first gentleman's prize an alligator

when an election is called to deter- 14, mention of which was made in handle corkscrew and Dr. I). W. Riggs.of ,'I the success of its first season this house proved its ab

:i mine the new county seat.Ormond.. last week's budges was a "'eautiful..uc- l'itt.burg."as the winner for the mnsolution : OPEN for the SEASON: 1906-07 UNDER( MANACiEMENT OF : t.. please and satisfy! those who desire elegance with all r >mi!]
fur the
I Ii. tess: as a social a" wrll as thurch venture prize gentlemen and 'onvenionex
and netted the diligent band of | C. 11. Keelcr "f Dixon. Ill (4)0k'< 'I.:?' L. M. Waite, Owner and Proprietor. i i

workers the encouraging sum of 4.;."> a--1 i l'.ne hand prize, a painting. :
I 1+..1.....1.....1.....+.1+...*.........+...+...+. $4.. MRS. FOLTZ Proprietor.
a result of their concerted effort. | J ,

l>r. (Cole wife and daughter of :Svni-:; Shortly before :2:30: p. m., the tim set j ................NNNNN ................1... 44. .
tux, N. Y., are occupying the Ester I ************************** **************************. 4 NNNNZ

cottage for the winter.Mr. for opening escorted a Gazette-News: the rtprcjontative -I Don't miss the k t ... ...... ........... .......
way -tairnay. -
i Eldredge and wife who spent m up prettily k
t decorated with |iahmito fan and K Palmetto House. |i i Attention
t, few weeks in Ormond last winter are other evergreens: to the auditorium k ik Tourists.
with tu: again th Mason and are stopping x \11.1.11 hirers ; Fine
of' at the Rose Villa. where quite a transformation had) taken GreatReduced i fhars.' You tt'tl. find the Laup-st tin. -rt

; A boy born to Mr. and Mrs. James place in the usual appearance: of the Well Known and Popular. t : Finest VarieTv and
roomt the foot of the touts and :
j. Stanton on last Sunday is the most joyful ; Best Quality of
r Cigars
news cf the week. wherever else the most telling effect I ; Overlooking tlu beautiful; Halifax Kiver) at the

I might be had handsome: foliage plant '
Kt. :: Mr. and Mrs. \'ucl'.of Pit tabu:c, Pa., Daytona.homelike) and comfortable CITY HOTEL.
I arrived this week. were set singly or grouped rn masse in I >Zk _

i' A. G. Wetherbee w building a very booth.Of relief or. as a charming background for a houe. First-class in all re:>" icH.' -1:1 Orange Aenne. (Fom.erljr J iM.Ttona HouwTvx.nt.v

pretty cottage on the lot west of hisi J ,
I i i home, Mr. Carleton being the con the booths thtre were five, vw. j I Saleon tca I .liffm-nt Brand of t-irst-flnse t. ts,

i tractor. the candy and popcorn booth Mrs. J. l'. d j a
Buckland in the :i : C. 0. CHAMBERLAIN. PROPRIETOR.
charge; apron booth GEO. H.
I Stephen Wardwell who is a guest of MATTHEWS Proprietol
the Mildred Villa, is on the sick ILjt. Mrs. J. M. Field in charge; ; the fancywork 4444444444444444144444444444444444444444444444444444 ,

i booth, Miss Lottie Weaver in II ---- -- ...4.N4i+.N.........NN

charge; the children's booth little Miss ----

c Died at Palatka.c Gladys Wannicut in charge. I ***********....****..*.**.- *****************-*** I IC

i Mrs. Annie Hudson, wife of Joseph Mrs. E F. Britton served refit shments I r..Th.s..ti ;; .l *

I Hudson of Palatka died in that city at the coffee stand and Mrs. T. }-I j Cut Glass I The White HOlts

I Friday of last reek, aged 27 years. William at the ice cream and cake i

t Jl The body was brought to Daytona on stand.It I-a h "trt .t. ,I..twr .ii \ o..ts.a .1, "..<"..:a.t. .i1. rtu. I r'
Ii Saturday and on Sunday morning at U a matter of fact that whenever : E. L, Howard Prop. _

if I tl 8:45: o.clock, services were held in Bing- general attention is directed to philan- Now Open for the Season of 19067. << Daytona Bt

i i ham it Malef'a undertaking parlors thropical work number of lit- Ii pod Spoons : I
a grateful
: 'H'.JS.' :'iih, > I -n.i\.i.l! .Vv F>.rm>.i..nK>. .., In,; -. ":.. ,sI : Situated un high land overlooking the tl
U. thej'
Rev. B. Gibbons officiating, and tle surprises are sprung on those who : Allan-;; ;

remains were interred In Pinewood Cem I are burdened with the responsibility of I r.\t,:. itclnl> J a :01'+ ,ai': t\ 11.1. H".j'; \..t i 11 t,. :. i I L itig : east f and flanked by the broad Halifax RiH t r .* the wci; A

.I:: etery. ,such und<>rtakin A point of illustra- Reduced Rates for December and January : (' pleasanter or more delightful places in which! c

': Ur. Hudson is a brotHer of Mrs. T. B. tration was not lacking in this instance, At WALLACE'S{ : winter months than the White si]
t "OUM.
Brown, of this city and he and a child and several handsome donations were DWIQHT R. STILLAIAN f I : clubhouse of the Florida Davuma BeL: : F1

} of five or six yean are left to mourn the I made to the bazaar committee. Mesdames Proprietor.: : East Cats \ut -.d '.;la Is'.;.::,
C only a mile
li demise of a loving wife and mother. Kooulton and Uoulton donated I Mi NN. N N1.N... $4 NN1..... ...... *<< ****... away -

i J. W. Cleo, Bdlevfew Ohio Misses i srvuuu Mrs. to be up anu aioe_
wile Mr and i I i Glet'8l IC..N
R E Old and and >n,
Overend Ms: H, Kuflmau
-I A Redmonds, Mrs. Robert Jr | Ewing and Mr, and Irhe"t" com- Mr. and Mr. S.
Laurs ill. Van Stiver, James Dosk, '

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: The Conrad Grocery Company DAYTONA KINDERGARTEN

iE f'1': Conrad A (Vs. oM stand: ,; AND PRIMARY SCHOOL. t

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,, DR. W. A. CiOVE,

Curiosity is Not Always a Sin. :: 1 Dentist. 1 i

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: It: will pay you to investigate ; arx r 's


: the prices and quality of our : ,: I

Physicians and Surgeons.

:. GROCERIES i *1 :.1 i!I llr. .t*\.t..I-| itfthv.u :. S. \KI.I-I-WO.M! This beautiful: new, 14-room residence and 550 feet of land facing Halifax

: We can save you considerable 'I l I.l'.tulin +uti.rus} >-HilU-"s" ijriljr if'lcC. Avenue at Daytona Beach, will be sold at a bargain, if taken at once; house :


$ $ $ $ $ $ $ J) 1'liysieian and Surueon.I'lfirf is completely furnished; garage and stable: hot and cold, hard and soft water; i )

or 1)) .- \t".II'ltar..I.I.| : I bath and all furniture I :
improvements; new: street on front and rear of prop- : i
8."r. CARROLL I I I 1 'ln...l. i iTo. i-'l i oltiuv.TilephoiH .

:1 N... 14.; erty ; land 150 feet deep: adjoins the club house of the Florida East Coast 1

The North Beach st. Grocer. ', E. L. STEWART. M. D.: Automobile Association and '
: gives an excellent view of the ocean
Physician and Surgeon
Telephone \ u. 10. :

........ ....... ............. ............5... I "1..lal| I attrutlun. I>I-W..*..!.1 lllvIYK If you are looking for a snap see H. B. YARBOROUGH.
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omer and rraldeneru.. 1'>1 Dlau'.lia ... .. .. .. . . .-. .--. -.-. -
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: MALLORY HOTEL ARRIVALS Ui..J..I.: \\,lster; John K.: Lynch, !<...- .

A. I L. Reid the Tailor : : t t.iii, ; W. I B. h,-<-k and l wife. Mirr. I':..: I Miller\ =Strohm Co. [ !
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: SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS : ill :.1-1.1.- Ial't. :..!.. :.( aII'II' ( ? h. link-, \. ., \.i\i\ I'i.l., Miiin <1'.lnu-trar.1.t'' k-otivilli-' ; :O.lar.uak.1I"lIllf'T ( iI I PECK & FOSTER. | .
jr i &ttnrj' J; Mi-I I. M ILirn-n.! ri.-K! '/I. "Ih (ii.tliaiii, Bland l l{; ii- '
|ii-fN-. STEAMSHIPS. 1.llIe. Vt. \.1 i ilJ. l n. Vilnius! and wife,'m
I Largest_! aril,
;1.1\I.1'11.1\1'It'. -. K. K.: S.
xo OV iltriI1v1: II\I; : S. H. GOVEWHITMT. :
lI\rny. Mi-s Ilurvy, Buffalo; 4:. T. I ( : FANCY I
: sT.\Tir.ooxis: : I'oITI'IJ.til'H.: : ; \ TIEI': : .
I mportant Young and wife I'. J. IXilcy<< :\11,1Ioif,'. l). l'nk. r.ihik
on th.'>'4' *1111'''. a* do lu-k.'ts WIlliit' wiUI to rxiiv.1 f t'UVIIl.\'rUD AM( ) FOOl) i
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j i Hill tk-i :4. J. H. lIir.A.. M.'r.Hhwn .
: the nuu.IJ-r nt I..-rtha, ur .1 lw> MatinirapiU'ity of jiininj; Hall, thu. in' I Xw Y irk; Mr. and SIr. t'r.itiki'oiiraUi. ; ; .Vluiiis : "
,! fill pnsst! -I.U. TH in.ivi! illnaiwrrawan.l attention. ItiKlfiKf I :\>i, :.. l LULL: ISIS \-4: 1'KODFCTS( )I { I

. I'.IS:,E\jEI: : I.HAVI: : JArKsvNVii.i.i: : 1 1''IItTIII1.n.: : :: : : W. T. M.N.r.-. II. I.. h""iul.: I II: II. I a
I INNliufiluhr.riuuun l i linger, Samuel hOllhi-'r I'otUtown: :. .... .
: ((1: .' S. li...liil.- of ..Iii;''' in riori.l.i TiulrW-1'uion.) : |I ; Annit'.FLri, S. \\ sigh: 11.J: I'i ': .nunwnwunuuunu.w. :.. .. ..... :. . !. ....Ulluu1n,11.U/,1U1/x1/11 rl}. .. ,.Nl1nmNm.'n': ,
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FA.MOISM! ;.\ isi.AXi's; "- : lloKin. .ru; -.ii\ill.>; K. W. \W1 1 J .
Through tit Lft. cold\ to Xortlwrn\ !*. For full InformationrfpanliiiffattriMti..n .. D. D. AND C. M. ROGERS S l.-ph.m.) (C'0.:11: in. \t.attlw\\-, 'j
oftVrH.J I., n" ..11.l .-i lin-: .liagram! -M-rvation... : I' .. h.II-1 | GEO. P. JOHNSON f
/ CIVIL lMil\ilkS!: Tilt: 1''Urn.Uo I I I'. h.l I mhru.MMl I I.-H..H.R.C;: : \\ II| II' it,1 -. IIllIi:,: .
ti..tM... rl/ .111'1.1I"( l 11.\ VTnui'l, and 1 ....if.-. !.!. \. J : John T. F..1. Kobbr.Uiu* Hake r. II\ .1 I Hyp i ikin .
CllAS. "'A VIS' 'u\ '" =Sln.t.! : 1111 I ,. "" : MIIIIIIII, Archiltal.l Mlah.Itrookljri. : -. ..1.V.. Holm -, it'll. C. I orb! r. j
JatkstltniliP.. \ )-Ionda. \II.\ II. FI. \. -\-1 j
"I..rlda I'u A lit. : Mr. and l Mr. S. \ rra\\forll. .biao; ; bnti; W. II. Ikniuni;. J. II. Mtiin., BUILDER,

l .......a..8..8..I..a.a'.r II. Hark l' xalir\-iit. ilaytoua.&'e..o.\ .......... I.ttt.u.i' l/flirt/ I r..I.t.lj..hl.d 10.;.;. I:. I'. Broun '11..1Ioir", F..r-.vth, (...; .:....n-iaiJ; : S. Ty-i, Savannuli : W. I'. i i :j .

| Albert Clark lOll l wif"-. l'IIIIr;, Niirt'iii II. \\'. IVrt'-r t''nnw" 'ti.-ut! : 1' OAA: ll\CH. n.ORIDA. JL
.-- ---- + N. 1.: I*. Jnui| :11..1 l wife, M<.rr:..tnwf ; :S. Howell \.-\\ Stnyna! : W..1. '\, I ITeua : : .

+| (leo.J.randeV ord J fro llani.iii and l \\ If.-. \..u Y..ik.IHi -; J. L.; .b.ll.,:j.d/'bio:1.. : .i. < ;i..I.-k.I' : :>timarr- Fnl'lli..h..d. on Short( Xotirc.i :

'S 0=0 So"g'' o; \\ H. Kotlgf-r, IV-I i nul: .

+ Builder and Contractor. + Jm.. F. Bi..linp! 1"h"II. \"it-. \\ T. k ..
DAYTONATRANSFER 11-- ', .P x ; < .I.KVhl.ANU; l'. II. .Vmvr.C. \'rr.: It. Murn-w. J. t.. Ki;< li..ri-. II. :
I :J:: J :-Inn'ttr i'1I111..1"X.\ .. a|- J M. Phillip and .if.-, Xeuark < Hiio; S. C\,urUt..iyV.. H. Hn.,,l.y. I II.: \\ I''- .\ \v u-k lonv( in a strirtlv, fiat t-l'ln\s!. nlannr.a 1

r + ;,.. ,,1' .- .'IllpUVil t\ ti..n )..lllu + Mr. 1_ I) Hilly..lI.oIpffi"'r and Miliiirtl il-! liui.. NVw Y..rk : 11. K,, I. K.iitli i M :

,. + r,- .. t..,..I I .""- (.mil :,: a + | Biny.'n. Mix- (i.uitbkC'im; .15..: K. K l<|lr. l'hil.U-Iliia) : II. I II. .-." .'.I.! j ...:1MM,4 s....if... ,....>.. l4, **************************

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f and LIVERYC. ( ++ -. s;.i;ii.v_. I jrix-MI. lit tt.itK 1.1\\.1.1-: a -;' .,.jall., +* .1. :\1\\1..11.: "I'P'r .an iu>ky; Ur>. K. l). Kwi.lall.! li.-.ii.i.L.rr. : II. i"n.i M. ::St.ult> : _..1111.n. .....,oo.. ... ....................................

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K. JOHNSTON Proprietor ,, ,
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: u-i.i' avc and :-1'1'11,1 :St, + I 1't'C'un and hiul. Iphi.r. .1).1.1. :S..1 I'ortcr. ('hiC'".. ,,: W. .'i. lIay"'' .. K<,MIIII ; .
the Cost iu t'ceity'. ithvlit I J"htl""II. 'hlll \" : OF
I have Livrry ;:1.".ie.mi i Duncan M'-l lhiugrl.' !;: :St t l.nm-, :St. 1 l.#.ui-j; I i i"lFACTlIUIS

: II. R. Patt-naill. M. I:. fouu. i .F. :S. : : HOl'lill AND: UKES5EU
h for the iU.T 'lirpil Hip.
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F.'I'r') MiPort .
'Phone Opposite Public School"ElegantExcellent Xu York; 11 III. Joi.tKiiit::>t..n. 1 K{ I.; i

27 .... 7 BATHS I."ta\: }""iti. Sailif'n.\: l,) K--tfr- ,; Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime |
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I FaiLst. riilmrX: : l : Arthur I, I I1tr.

11'1lii\: : .\\ I' W1iMi.\! t". II. 111I wttl I wi|< t u..ig.;fV.; II. Uil-: H.-if-m i, i: ii.--j .lOut .-hj.j.ti.. ,.1 Mil I I J I.liolid Mill. .\t fUlitle'' : i Kiunia/: : <.,. -inr..rl: Itrant-h! nf tinK K.r.: Kv. ,
( I lespiiami! wife-. Birmiiteh.-iiii: I>. .I'ur- on hil l lilt and iu I runt thereof a r"f

I LIL'VATER < h..rd ami uif- :Vi-- 1 I'uniuinl. Pa- |>:illiii-, ul.i.h) )t "ill] i4 l inui fa! t.. tin- :ittniitixcncs Phone 83 R. J. MALBY, Manager. i
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--r (finished our w -rk.! Our) \\" J.ui! Kirkp.itn. i. < hi.. I"- .1- Tdr1114.'r1'hiLrl'1t :: u.ia ::""n -iif .-.- -ot-iaKv; .ir.'i't thttl McClellan (8l EdwardsManufacturers
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J. D. Carmichael. I lla"|.y. M: X. t Irghoiii, \lal..h.--!
whvic I.- hn '..It.cJ until 1! Sat urtlay htwlici. Window
Attonu'YarLav i.i ; I and Door Screens.
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/ Phone !\ 64. UA\ 1 0\\, FLA 1.I.! |"ii-.M.tJ .iwav Th.n u..m-
() 1\/th'I' iii 'I'rltxrapli ,"t'ln1.' 1 l'd.I'' \ -.- Il.ut.l t. .\nll'r.II.. Iml. : Mr..V S."jJl ,
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for -i.ipiiK-nt! tu (hi- t....11IN!! in (joni '.ii.i.-a. i J:.h- I''a. h < <.iiiii.ii-: .' -i/ tot Ht>I' Braekf -
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Mi-.Mrtt.nlf- : -. Is .!in..n.,I-. Hand l Itaii; X..v\-l I I nr Siajn.r Tonh Work
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\ lay in J..- !latir an-l l -r'. ..l.--! iiiwh M..- .). I'Miiifin ; .iii J lil.lq.| ktu .'bGi... S.
r : -., .. -t., Mr.-. \\ ,". 1 KIkin-. I >? :! n > order i

: 5. DAYTON: \1: .J.( I'. I I"I.; .. MiV.. :M. MoFa-. f.>; jn.ii.t- --uth! ;. ..> Vai.ilTftli., ,.. I lit.:' Tiiiiiiiiy.. i&.lrIt'rltll I"AWIJlf(
Jli11 I'tulip White t ij.y'i. nit at j.tla-t:
I I.: I M.M \II 1.1km.-\b.' i.ton. -- ; .
\ trirtly high grids
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lhy iiiurt "n' Id; n.! r.\.1
, 1 II T II It \h MiS. C. !Stsftt.r. I'.ifX I. 7
i.", ,. : \ Mi. ,:..t :.M--. I! :S. Blak- !1 1"' for interior
Hugh :\"rt'.n uIII l F tak H..b( n.T MouMinjj use.
Lumber.YELLOW Iii r. M .,-.' I.". J. It.I'rnnul;: >;hua! ,
.. >i>i\Mi{ fr"'::* OtlU"n.1 Fri'hn \ ;i-itt.; thi .1
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1 '. i : Our work i> all made from tht Best selected 8ok{
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PINE AND CYPRESS SSLSSS l:,11AII.RI1LS. : : ;.. : : with the ohjt..t of : ivinyatifartioii./ : Ask!! for what
: -. 11 >i'l! \ ILL1 I I" >!i-Lt..d: II":'" I. : :nrrtdt : n t.v.Lt' :!

,. -i.II' b'lill I. f .u.! K.; F. Me- nm want
I l. C.rav;: AtI..V: } Nt. ; ;you >
Yard : Magnolia Avenue and L K. K.: C. Hailw lY. .a, i M: l.ih'; u, .11,. \H j* .'t J'..dI I.t.i. ! : ii'-i, vvai.itntrh. ,d I M' n-

.... .'. !h. :, r. "if.C< ,".. ..z... Jan.-- .1 II' ,, ::11'I f ik< -i I p.ity: t .t-.un tii.- Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.'

Estate ( !I. \I M. ( '.C.i fl., .1 Htm" L -. K'i"1'! >if ac.; i :"- ,,

Real .'f : .. i\ t i.:1.: \1, II., -. I.ouk( fill' tiniu'n on North Hid ;owood Avt'iiiU1.

: B." t1 1St.: .f : .,', ,:. K'1 1 1.r 1 .. t- ..' -I f,.. 1'1''

. ; l.; .1 I. ( iI':,,;' a j ." ::, .:.'I ..... I'hunr! 1-:!:t. DAYTON) ) FLA.

AND CARE OF PROPERTY. u.:. 'It !H I '\. \\ 1 .t\ ; 'I'I : '. r. - .- --
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Hea.-h) ST. I:, .. d. ; .. : .. .:' HaV': : I ..I I111 I-: C. II 11 i P'llill.I .ii'(;! ; ,! ; ::,.. \.-\\- T
- Heal: Estate (Hire: 3tt) S. : .:. ::1 11." '::.i,' ark '.1. htih I \.i\\ ..:': i i- _';, -t Daytona Ice Company .

: I .. \1.- I Wi! ... .': .- : "i :tillI '!""VfI.i'i 'M v.i 11 lIKII > ,

w. H. EDMONDSONt aua ger. ; t 11. 11 II:' ..:. : ;, .fC'. W \i J \1 t i i. >. .i .t' : -' n' i
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DAYTONA, FLA. d. I u ,'. II I: "fti\'f't '. L.-: Hu! ,,- ..;- i JI..v L'I I i Made from Distilled Water. *

O.I! c \ I. T. Hart .n sad 1 1ir.... Peter. : time last seas.u, iU ,,iu.< n "n:"- ''ir, t'I.! : ; I I.: : .1 j aT., 1 V<.1u,1a] avenue. A
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t, : ; CELEBRATION OFWASHINGTON Progesslve Euchre.A I Additional Hotel Arrivals. .I.I.I.I.lS1.i.1.1.1.I.f.1.IliS1..I.ifiUNNh:

: very pleasant progressive euchre WHITE HOUSn-Mr. and Mrs. H,

7r DAY party, conducted by .Mrs. J. H. Johnsonand II. Hathaway, Miss Virginia Hathaway, BARNES the Novelty Man? i
c. Mi?. J. Thompson was enjoyed by New York; C. K. .\twater, Springfield ,

KKK I the guests of the Grand Atlantic and a Mass, W .\. \ rrdm. \tlauta; Warner .

1" 1t I[ number of visitor Tuoday evening Wolcott Jtffei>4ii. Ohio; Cu I. R. B. -
Making food by Red Men. I .. : SELLS EVERYTHING.hsptxially !
IZf : Then were eight tables f plajersI Kyle and wife, ialsjctij| ; AC.. .

: t : I AH Public School to Be Represented orchestra discoursed excellent music Short and wife, Malone V. Y.; W..t. : :

IAgw tie by Historic Floats. I during the progress of the game. Nickel and wife, Milford, IU; Mrs J. M I : } Statioutrj, Fishing Tackle, Croclery, :

I. 4 Fr kk The first prize, a silver orange knife, Cheely, Mrs W. E. Eelaney ilhamsburg I : Glassware, Lowney'a Chocolates, Souvenir PostCard S

II I Ii The committee from the local tribe fRed was won, by Mrs Frank Conrath. The Ky.; Mrs (). S. Osborn. Milford : +, Talking Machines[ Dolls, Toys, and KctionaBARNES :_
Men of the -
I t having charge arrangements second prize was won by S. S. Granger, Ill; Mrs M. Marden, Charlston. Ill; U. 5S
,+ w for the organization of a Washington and consisted of of cardsin I
t Jr a set playing Hambrick A. E. Henton, Georgetown. : : ..
yh O day parade reports having made leather ease Mrs Alice E Sowerbywon K).; Jno. C. I!j burp, Salina, Kansa |I Sis
9 (, excellent progress so far and expects avery the third beautiful hand- :
.. } prize, a ---- - I Will also frame your Pictures, sharpen your Sawn,
Cfl fine turnout. The paradeis '
t proposed
painted The consolation
pla-juc. Prize
f being discussed:! and encouraged in j Has Changed its N.rnc. S (Ktme Stisbors Lawn: Muwere, Ltc, and "ill :
t ; was cut for by all l hy all but the winners"
I every manner: l posMbl by the businessmen t.f the other prizes and 1 fell to MIPS ClaraW The )'tnut Promotion League at repair almost aiijllnii (Lat is fut <'f wha< kIii. S: -

":- ...': oI and citizens; on both Mdrs c.f the I: :tiwerby.: It. \\:,' a 1'11\'f'r. tlie uicrtitiK !livid! I 'fin'-,I..y ni:;lit ;eri l ptol I{

d 1 nvrr Lverjvncexpresses: the "pintou i ".li\tilir. yn..ii. I'la '"n'11lI1tGNmamd! In l '.Inn ind nil:ml- Fact, for Any Want, Remember :

I I esf : that :a publii duuoiistratiuik: : ..f this 'edufsd.i}' \\'uiug the ;\ll'\>t'" were ru..u.IJ vote t., o'h| :mc.; i IK lI.n.f tlw. .
.0 l kind cannot help but rtMiltiug iu tin treated to a performance bv the 5wiss I I MKUtWU (to lituiti' Ix-a,ut of Daytona i
1e encouragement of future celebrations; of I' Entertainer Seabrcezt and Daytona Btach |I BARNES ,

I like character. The people feel that this ._ .- - .\ committee consisting" of six, three' :
t 1l phase of our public life has been, rather from Daytona, one from Kingston, one THE NOVELTY MAN. :
I' neglected In the pa t, and if the Red : VALLSrnE: : TUASr.Sheep' from Seabreeze and our from Daytona a

Four Sailings: Each Week i I Men succeed bv' their coming parade iu f eyes for Daytona from Sheepy- H I1I'b11.. appointed to present a : 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. :

t : arousing the public spirit along these: head R'Y.J j tuket of offictrs: to govern the league, PHONE JUJ.C. :

JACKSONVILtE\\ NEW YORK. lines they deserve the thanks of the Here: to Daytona, the fair1Baa' to U. \"<>ted for at a future meeting I ..................1.1.....I.1.I.1.I.1.I.
country for their work. !-baa'! I
(.Amn.t. 's. P.. 1-ith uill'" :
The Gazette-News urges all citizens to Renowned for her mild winter
t THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS < THE COlsTttlsK M IIt: Irk:. pin hands with the Red Men in makinga So blissfully cam- : T. H Collins! left for Tampa Sunday I _3.Nye,i,._> ial'--' -s7ra-v CtYS az

} Clyde New England and Southern Lines. Loud: turnout on the day of the parade, Asleep under the palm! evening; last, where he has ac- II.I.1 REAL

i not inertly as spectators, but in joining Old frheepbhead, snowbound in despair ('I'Ll'll' :a position with the Motor BUTLER

DIRECT sERViCE: BE:F\\"LhN:: : the marching hosts. Everyone is Baa!-baa'! and l Rut Supply Company, of that ESTATE I

JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, re 1ue-ted to join the parade without Blows "a smile' to the climate down

AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. personal solicitation or urging on the I I I there! city. I Cottages For Sale or Rent. Phone 234.KCU .

Calling at ('h irfc ton Both \\n\i. part of the committee of arrangements j f -- - DAYTON. FLORID
SEMlLLKL, : SAILINGS.: The public schools of Daytona and > 1/i/f A1 : ..... I.'I. ..,."...,''''''................_-.,.._. .-.... ;

near-by towns have arranged to I .I.II
Southbound. . From I 1.\\ j..' \\larf IliMm WHEN YOU ARE CONTEAPLATINQgetting I .
? ti Northbound Perin' h*,t (.tl"'I. >" :--n':: *''. .I,u'!knvillf be represented in the parade and will ....................................................
r I present on floats appropriately decorated a Gah':1mzt'lllron: Tank, a new Tin dart a Hit \ir Furnace, J | .
i ior t.tabUb..t: !iyeu'3 _..
'I 0 Prlt e are Right -M chlner the C.atZ .
I historic events in the following order. I I .

r CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE, Princess ena-Seabtee Daytona I any of the other metal necessities! required! i to complete a tn nlern I : j'p A1 Stationery .:

I I Deach school I dwelling, remember that I :
Between Jacksonville and Sanford, Scene from lJiJ.watha-I'ublic :school Portable Engines :

STOPPING IT PLTKSTOU, IlFRESFOUD. (lhI.In.J: ) Intermediate of Holly Hill I I : and Boilers, .

r landings on S T JOHNS HIM:H. The Old North Church Tower and I C. NASH a SON I j-I! ; SAW MILLS. THRESHERS. :.

Steamers City of Jacksonville' and "Fred'k DeBary" Paul Revere-1'ubliesehoolof Kingston. GRIST HILLS, SHINGLE .
: Lil>erty Hell-Public xhool <.f PortOrange. i DAYTONA FLA. j : :1ACHINCS: -Md all kinds of"Ucblncry :
art appointed to ail all follows: Ix-ave JtuLoonviIlo! Daily evi-ept SltUNI1\'I) !', j
: and :Till Supplies .
l at.3:30 p. ID Iteturuiuf, leave Suifurd, daily exiept: >undav at t'30_a.:....mot : Columbia and the Thirtetn OriginalS are Lest \'rel""" to give, prompt and reliable service, at fair pruts j [ I, : 1t rite today r..t OUt 'omplete ('atalogul''e tan ave you nmnev i
.. teal.e.1 I SCHEDULE 1 I I North Kccdlp bound >tates>-L>a>tona High school i Ueneral: repair shop on \olusia .lvenue.'seat to tLc .\nu<'r\ !. : C'omplete line carried in ..todtldrc:5: ,,: all letters tl) .

Leave d 30 m ... .. .J a. k..ourilk .. \rri\ : O a iii Osteola Tribe liNer f Ked | j11A 41 South Forsyth Street.
8..43 p iuHM : : : PaUtkiotor :...L :'.. :''.' > : :" i IA ute t't;t ) p m Improved i> Phone "ut of \ urk soliutu J i : J L S B COMPANY, ATL\NTA, (1E Od Lt. .
p town
., :: ::: :: :: :: ::::::: : : :: :: :: Men \\iIIltc represented by two floats I. .
) ) a m. : .. ... \ .. : : I p 111 :: .....................................+............:
.... ... ......... .....l Ikret ford (IVI IaiitI 1............ ..... ...... .. 1't)1:( m representing the Boston tea party| and ......................................1.1.1N
Arrive 830am .................... ...... .....Stiiford........... .......... .. :i8Oam,;; the league of the Iroquous.
.. 10.OOaml.........=..:::...:....:=.:Cutrrpiiw:.:..:::.::.:............... ... 10(Ml.I 111CEHEBAL Some business firms have Mgmtird I ..NN..........NMNM. .t*. .-,

PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE 122 VEST EAY ST. JACKSONVILLE._. their willingness to be represented by

A. C. HAGERTY, O. E I1..\ -r M.IRONMONGEItJa..t.G-- --- 5 P \ti: floats in the feature parade the and will make the I Atlantic Coast Line. DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY
Pier 36 N. It New York. Jacksonville. Hik. patriotic prominent (part.
O. U. TAYLOR, Pas*. Tralhc r. C. r.IJOWS: : 1"n1.; I Pii"". Ut A great number of conveyances have
Branch Otto I :."M)IlIruaJ\\ay. Nework. been placed at the disposal of the arrangement
L. D. JONES, T. F A. 1. S. $ssCROIH? t'. .*. committee during the
Jvkfonville, Fla. I ee"burr) Fla. : WILLOW
\t.U.COOPER. JK.. T. .\. CMDEMII.N1!: ) : : I, |II i F: .V. the parade, by local hv frY firms and DALEWHISKEY
T .Ja.'hoDTlllt'. Fit. l..r:111. : ; i U. :\l'u.\lJtl.: ; private parties, and I the committee requests -! FAMOUS\ TRAINS

: further assistance'! along this line

., ____ Headquarters <.f the committee are
located at J35 North Beach street and .
New'orh and Florida Special otbk
all visitors are welcome every evening
) from S to 10 o'clock: '
I I.t'aYl' Jacksonville daily except JMIH.lay l IV:!: ) f. m for all
boil Tine Card No. H. la Effect Juairy, 1H7.? The parade will assemble it 1 p tu 1
on Wa..hington's birthda>-tridav February -! point Laot Sili'l Pullman
k ... .. ... :::2-andwill start from Masonic I
N. 3 I w U: No. 7 "I 4e 74N0. 28'iG. 88
Uldly Dally wily nary IT.nIO Lally 1 I hall along the line of march: which will I Ii
,. S B A jlJ B J111J A J111J B B2Vo I AFULL985EXPRSSal
be nude public in the court of a few Chicago and Florida Limited
i. e :JUq II Ly._-....Jul.uartllr_......Af 7 S HIII 7 7( II BINitWii II I
: :AoIi.__ _.SrulhJaek.vnrlL.w..l.T 723+ __. 7a2wrr_.... ... dQ. I II ,
+ I ?!.___. 1 10py i l'lri.w...:ILr low I ...==,n..uap.earrutlse... .=::::: : : / : !42 bu+=1 ..?..:JOA I|I .invitation has In't'ii extended} to [}all) ..\t-Miliulf 1 !. leaving: .Jacksonville 9 J:3f> a 11fur QTS. tV u PREPAID[

i' 6, !l13w!.!:! _7,--,)i_ 9_' ..._L' .6 6., 625 6 I'I the I Halifax Rifles to act a-an escort and I I points. 11'est. ('cu<'L on this train ilv Send us |2.85 an,1e will ship yon in a plain
t 6 6 OPw II
4 the invitation will probably be accepted j case with" no marks to show. contents, four.full
_7 7 Qci 6 0 bow I
I t t --' 7 "I"1. 1- __ _. __.. -. quarts of WILLOW DALE RYE, expresa prepa ll
-- For Pullman r't-'n-ati"JI'4 and all detailed information
'" _i.-- _1__ 7 7 7 4'ur rates : Trv it and if yon don't find it all right and the
,. ......-.. '2 34, 1 129 .. I write or call on best you ever tasted, send it bock to us at our ex
.....-- 7 u.. 12 I"' lIU ODL._._ .1 _M 4 :.....:: Holly Hill. pease!' and vour 1..1S5 will) be promptly refunded
I 2N ---- I i tow "w..urmova u.& ..,......" ...._ I
: & 4
i t i' ,11 4i); I ;tA 116n :\MItt .. .............OrlDol1d__' 3 4 4 i a 4 b l(1- Isn't that a fair offer?
r :blre 8 eft? 1 t..y:1 bow :: Paytona. : 4 o. 8 4 t'uA holly 11 ill. Kb 14.- I Iii-spite" the 1 FRANK C.BOYLSTON Rwnemlier we are distillers, so whenvou buy
it 86n11 lls+ I ::::::: 1'Ollhante.=::: : 1 alt ., ? ,, f' ij from us you save the enormous profits of the dealers .
": : tow Y 2N n Sb.wAr. ____ : 76wte21w rainy'athf'r. Mr and Mrs Fdvvm '
.1aIPII! 'tj-=r'mprn. l.t:. 2 I a a _4 111 t and avoid all chance of adulteration

; j'.. :I" :: "1 ." 124 4 3.'c.+.1. '_-JAt..' "__.._.. .l' Lkellelen tlry_...._._...-...... 12 11 .__... 6. 1 __._._ Peterson were "surprised! \>y a large Pistrn) I'asseng E'r .\.entlhntii ( 'oast: tlme,, sure of getting our whiskey just:as it comes You from are -
t 4 aP._. = ..Uraore t1ry J uacL ._ U G 1 ww w,. number of friends lost Thursdaj evin- i i our distiller, without being tampered with in any
12Jow:! Yuv, 118+1 U UOI1I Lv..4cw dmern.__. .Ar 41Su1 !'! .1t( Kst\vil.l.E.) : H \ i wav
; .. .. 2 a 2 ing. MUBIC and made the evening r '
1 9.w 1H'__ .I'( _.............(I.k lil1L..Lr 21:i ..= :.- 2 games If you prefer corn whiskey" will send
;:: } we
t. .,. :: luMm" _alUMMt 6Pr,.IJ_ :1r_........ TI'U"-I .._.. ... Lt. 14 2 1 317w a very pleasant one .....N..............i....N.N.esesssosmmm four full quartsof our ALLAN SINCLAIR'S CORN you
) 1 6 6 Str Ar........ .! Dro..1 ....._.......L' 11 as __"_ It __. Mrs: H. M Adkins and I guests drove'to WHISKEY lor $2.80 '
{ .. ... prepaidoucui
HJ express
JJ jlTIOJ 1'fu i
t ': :? :::.:: _: "" _bk__ 6_ 10 a6OAll
: 1 ]WM M Z&MKMM.U: ............-xiiu..TUie_.._ 1 :2 1 317w Port Orange and other''' o f interest buy a better corn whiskey from .an}Luo Iy else: at --
!, .. .. lt'AMJ siiwS .............. price
;,. ::.;- __ '---.1 i .toco_h 11 1 _"_ on Tuesd.iy. I "SANSARA HALL"TheNautituli any
;' _. .= : Fwri--:: : : 32 ...;:..M1... g OS .Zalw. .V few of the people the I i' Our guarantee of perfect sati-sf.iction or alone, _
) ........- 41 _....... ..............!oIelbouru... _..... .." 12 77 _. 1311: .. ..__ young t tIlt up un tudl lUron lie Mara ':\pi'tided much nmm mi refunded K"*s w ith rv'w v shipment make \11

I .. ::.::== iil: : =-....:::,::=== _SL BerwUail.Lucia..=:.. :: : Il 1117 ._ it 10 ::::::: evening edne-Hluj at, at u Mrs flinch K and M AdkmV fagot part. ]>oMrig! m:ti.!si"in with tower hath! piazzas aid outbuiklmga. extensive gr:;:ads ,I of run our no conipunv risk when" have you resources deal with" of us a million as the OWIIt'rs dtJ;...1rs:
I > ... .. n1. : : .:-. :===Fort._Tt .Ylerce k: ._. ..:.::.::': : g 56 _1'J ..... 10' .u.blest Articles t.f incorporation are being plied with 1 fruits and. flowers. near p KjtolTice, pleasant walk from WIfT g IS11 and will do exactly as we SIt}'.
i f' ldea. 'I'outede Iwrn .stition eti I'nc icily l $.;.UUO. :1.000 l'a.b.pply 11/1
; r- ....::.=._. i i 31r4q == :..::::::.. _Jensen Paur4.:::::....:::::.::: :: ig r :=:::::: : 37.y 47Pit :::::::'.:: drawn this W c CkFortheh holly Hill I nion to owner, Itev: Martin Himtrx or h. (bapin Farm .\g 'nt}', l Ik>stoii. prf'rm.'j N1' I THE SWIFT MACON CREEK, DISTILLING GA. CO.
h IltAllj 1..N. ...._.Hol.e ,'UDJ. ....__ ___ Sunday chool
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11.0 II 1 ._
f; t 3 7 .._.... .' ........_. ....... 0.- a..lwe4 DioIil1ery N. 19.. Swift G. k CA.
"'-"- 2roq. \\eat Jupiter. ._ .". 9 _..... I J. Clegg of Michigan, who owns what
/ UIWI 41 ft.'f.We.U..hnIlKe -. A FORTUNE TO A LIVE MAN\
r i 15w 41' 8s i a141,1, .. ........._. .. lIe&clI.-._-. 8 8 95 10 10 i 8 8 = II 111.Le w+./ was formerly the \\ indom jJace is r here
) :::6.w II ift.;; .........w eet t'.Im beach..Ar .
... ... :1'. .. .....,... II 10 7 u 10 Uf..>fII... for ;i few months, looking after the \t iretnvill: f. S. ( .. "n" IIf the most rapidly growing:: citw-s in the South .IV.f>>)

.r : .::.:: L"Jig: :.. :....:.:.. .;;,,1fili:. ::t .....r r ::::::... pro|>trt>. people; lHtwe.'n .Vtlmta: and th.iriottt =southern Kulroad: ; :7 at're- Wit! the
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1.1.: Richards: and ( F. \\etherell Poland
t CriMent Mimrnl w trr iJ"lItiealItll the ftinous ; and
Sprinta ; ; : i
.. > 1 ptu'ta
.. .. 6; 54 1021"- .. . .,.. .. .
nallasdale .... .... 6 30 .... ._..__
t ... ........ 7 bOllli 10 t&.. ... .. .. .... ..l.emo l'Ity_... .. '" i G 61 b __ and Ins boys C'arl and Tom went downto dwcilling/ hour's :all within tin airy' limit. :tdjoming lunnin I'invi r-..'v one 1
{ Jew 7 Dow 1U i ,.n' .. ...... ... .. 1
r. ; \r .
.....- .5 **". ... ....... !LTJ ..... .kuimL ... .... .JAr It ...GOO...(.._ _a. 61 a .':1 8O._ :bpruce: Creek Thursday on a fkhmg bknV fnm car. \;ilu.ibl>. ft rur ln.i-.n n. Oii. <.f the >,r>' tttt IJargillufill; f Octcl. 4
......._. 111 XIw; .. '.... ....UiJ! Horn . ...... __. and .. FULL
-few! IL 12 &. .._....._.. hunting trip. optncnt in the South Trio ft'r tli wlnl) *U'tHHt \ Uex-.rt II tt I I" ;;'hmwletl

!I r Condensed Schedules Between Jacksonville lid St. Angulme.iN..I3No.299.I7'No.4J.3Lv.371Ao.31a.Pe. l>r. and Mrs Dillon and Mrs. Oklmb I IVtaiN t.f (,h ipm Farm Ag"'I(' '. lb.-tou.>
1 1I
who have been stopping> with )Ir. :and

;' Y u Mr*. Shorter, hate gone to Miami for a HOTEL OR RESIDENCE SITE I ZM EXP

A'B I IS } A fI.I,! P.!!y B B B t short vtsit They will return l here later
; h _...I IIY- l'allfI l .. d I .lIIXC'_ _t._Y... haly_ Daly_ IItI1I!.. Da1l1 L In. )Ir. and Mrs! Satin Rotbins: of Mid (. pH-ilel| -?rt M:tri 'mm.e"ri:' lot i 1".t\\'ititii\' titt; :md (he hay t b.-, a.
ArEL Jach.'llIe. bat'wi. 9 1110011I 1 bow 31'IIi 3 4 Y II toft lion for Familv 11 >ul in :M .Xugu,.tint'. fn'ntini; "n the UtM.rvation Th 4,,'w
Wee.n.e. 9Guw103t 1foIIt!1112bm. 41vw 44W, II f ._.... OkwVo. dletown, Ohio, who have I been visiting
t riYo. \0.9'1 ... ... "l 3. 30. o.76'Yo.74 friends hire parted fur Miimilast: I can never be ob,.trutte l l. I'n" t'. *_'..-*(.*. Vpplv' h.t E.: I L. Barnes. St. \uju-t nor It nI{ -s3
t B B.j" A It i, A A Cliapm I arm .\ ,!enry. lt B B
I 1'.lIy D&1ly A Saturdav
..Poly_, P.ily I ..Jir Bat Petty' ..Jtt au L X;, hL Tr.Uy Da11J .u .
C Roy Miller this week held what heprobably
Lr bl A1.aluaue::: 6= 7 7/ 8 37+,y 1010u. ll 11 ; 1 t 1.iti of the Best Hotel Bargains in Florida s-
4 1 thought!; way a private baptism!

barled.NOTE A-Iralas eompo.e xclusively of Pullman or Parlor Can end extra MU tut will be with himself: as impromptu subject. In Mutt be solo quietly t? lot, interfere with businmaIf( you want a !F .i Hi iihottl ;

,. COTE 8-lIa "oaches operated OD theetratn.s which 110 utrt art t&r.1II e11arged. attempting to step from the dock into -.\ dOOl; > ONL:". : -tint: will greatly ina..a..c in valut, at an tr"ordw.1ry :I!

S Tnta.donel.topatitatluniatrthlchnm.uaI DaUJ excep Sunday .huon.y a boat he fell between,and contaminated bargain address tin. (''I I. .Firm Vfcttuv" Old South Building II..t..ll. wti/ will DELIVER

the waters of the beautiful Halifax send 'oul1er' addn'>-. pu t 'IM.- ..11.full i ddul: !, i
19 Day ooda nod. I
D..y >s J: Onlyr; Onlyr I H.t.UOltT. ER.nCH I 13 des ?. This would not have troubled Rov hadthcwatirbetnfresh.aslieis
... DaL'y D.Gyoa
O y
.- ; :well known BUSINESS LOT IN ST. AUGUSTINE( '
.1 2 fli 10 tow. Lr JukwnrUle..At ... ...
ff' '0 4a.e oVj t 2 11) tau.:Lr S., J., "'nYll1e. .... ..Ar.?._ 7 7 124 12r 6 62911 aA1 advocate of fresh water as a beverageand On St. Irtorp' street; bttwu 1".1.I 1 and, I I it\, < ;iit t .. :k0\IJO J: I f"I.t I'm, uiily3,3o111)
; 4. 1060.. I.r i'ablo, _... draws the line all drink
2 6 on strong ,
f leis: 11.1 b.A. Lr ".. .'II&n"l: baah-.Ar ........ 8 ** 11 12 b 4 bei nt-ll hal.1I1'I' |p.1 i Mit .\p'lv| t"' I. I I. Bt ne" ::0'1. Augustine, urChipin CHAS. BLUA1
7 (OW. ow, 443* & COMPANY
3 c U lo.r..U' \1.n'rL .. .. h.I....._._. 6SOM ll .UMl| 4 Jail which of{ course would include brackish Farm \g"n< \ Ht., .'II r (
tide u at*'r.
ICTIOXS AT.MIAMI The regular meeting of the town council BUSINESS STAND r\iwsi WIE\\IV nI >

3 k CI.... C.UHUOllllldc at MUml with SUtmshlps Or! thi P. & 0. S. S. C*'f{n*. Wednesday! night was unusually' well \I Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66
attended and proed"ery interesting Whhor
Havana Ke'e On St. Great
t and Nassau Bahamas. Augustine's Thoroughfare
(0\\ing to the fact that two subscriptionpapers !, : .
Tralu Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfer were bung circulated one for St. ( K...rge tr'-et f ttw.-..n tits f I.t.. a.llcll"'fl"I 'I.1 Len Hotel; 3-story building : Saul I'IM-. lAfKSCNVUTHE I

; 1 h4 Time! 'tie lime. .t _bleb \TLIU m. be the purpose "f marling Ridgewood ave I with store -ultat.h'l f'r any' "bu-t o.-. andix norn-s above". Price. .
ex Joel'tcd
) from ii.ter.raluuua'battbelr.rnQurde' y o "Id .,.....'"->&l. "r.D &cure sap1 c ._'I&W ed aatT.b not'u4.-.n-S d.p.rtaJ nue and the other fur repairs en Frc>ntstret't. J36O-$1( .oOOca. h ImintdiaU |fs.-t--n. \i q['!h t? .II: I.. Barn"'. N .\iieustine : I :.nsti'. '!'!'! !J X'A 3 SUCII!&'SrSdi: l11N7 !

: !. .i pi eDOIII&I1 I1.hretrom. a misunderstanding arose. come or (hapin! l I-ann ,\?"m,,'y Itot.nSOUTHERN I
For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARl or Other Infoanatiea parties thinking them to antagonistic' ", :

,I "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." but fact that an pen discussion dcvekped the FINES HOTEL FOR SALE I BIG FOI"The
i they were in nowise conflicting,
{ J. D. KAH.SLK. Ant. OeD'. Pan. Agent. ST. AUULBTLNE: both working for the interest cf the .. .. .
I __ Ft Eligibly situated!. < -t..I. -.i r.I.-: ; !le< the lig1'- compltt lv furnished;

.NNN...1.11................y.yyyy.yy VWWWWVWWWW 1 town roads, and though the improvement on omewbat of di'TertntI public large lot 1 laud; fli.iirr fr'lll.' 1'! : i I' t, *."> :ttn). Mart cash: I)' tails of (:haj,in Farm I Purest Kyu on the market. Bottled fr
\genrv, lkt
THE hnt" ___h .- i v vrigititl; barrels at the Distillery) ami sold an..

PECW18ICE COMPANY. I I, An Artistic \\' TEN-ACRE I HOMESTEAD FOR $500 our peisonal guarantee.

s,. \\'. Carroll it a handy maa ?.'tteash> : btlan'e *1R .i v''.i!.r.hurt .ail trim I'aUtkt; ttainboat landing I qt. Jim

with tool. and occupies ha pare moon pla,'e; ht.u-"a' of o. r.. im-. with 3 piazza. m"rt tcw: three times, this sum j Buckley 1 qt Golden St

1 j r ; ; Dry Goods, House Furnishings, Ladies' meats m maliogariou3 useful and ornamental Bo ton nwntr mlj-t -l'11. 1'c.-t.'lls..f O, ln rarm .\g l'ncB".h'lJ.. 1 qt. Forrest Lawn 1 qt Beechlant
.f articles lie has Jut completed

and Children's Shoes Trunks Etc. a veromforuble chair of NEW ENGLAND HOTEL ; 4 quarts for $3.25.

I mission architecture, from oak wood
: ravingatiue: int.'''UK. ""inpletely| l furn-t t.<..j l f I...r )ji 1-' :tin'>unt .,f tnsuranre. iVtaib *
ii ; Largest Stock Best I taken from a discarded stand In the cf i quarts G.OO. 12 .j
Assortment, Lowest Prices store and he has in his parlor a center Lhnpta: Farm \gell( lkisti>n quarts $l1. )O. express t>

: table! and desk of red cedar, made fiend
So..tIDf'I ,
FARMS\ i ,t.
I Cor. Beach St. i I years ago, which are beautiful of JOSEPH _
and pieces ZAPF
Magnolia ..\\'e., DaUona. : 1 i[ & C(
workmanship and ocular proof of the Fur your bummer outing for tee th..n'aJue of
.4)t .....*.... ..'. ... ... .. ... ..... .. Net............. cleverness in this! line; I Idottor'Ji postpaid by Chpm Fmn.n...,' 1
n JIo '"'!"

g? Laura )f. Van Sciver, James Deal, Jr ,J wing aim ,... .... ... .1" = x.

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..NNMMNNNNtMMIi11DN Colonel C. M. Bingham and sister -: F. N. ConraIl was a Jacksonville ADVERTISING

Miss! Grace Bingham are in I visitor Wednesday and I Thursday
: Paragraphs. : New Orleans. I S. .\. Wood cashier the Volusia t tI DAYTONA

I........................: DeLand] The of the
lhsEtss has "Allegretti. I I County Bank, of spent yesterday .. II: II:
We have reason for thinking in Daytona way
sidewalk has been !
that now'is the opportune time to A necement The Hutorial' EJition of (iazette-News:' .j
laid in front of the Daytona Beach !! J. B. Conrad of Uleuvvood.i 1
Waltham Elgin: watches. -I a liood ertisment for
buy or : pay
M. K church. I Ii ited! with his brothers, F. N. and E. :
They won't go lower they might go tona-tiood Results Shown.
T. Conrad is Lard
hi$ber Have we ever xnisrepre- 9Barnes' frames picture to order' yesterday. transgressor
i That the Pictorial Ed it Km ot the Gar
at the Novelty Store. Mrs. Johnston mother uf C. 1 L:
ted ? A word tothe I
se anythiax yet "
II I ZfttN>RJ UtH) true: tii4 proved of :
1 I
wise is sufficient Mrs. Nanny Dyson, of Bloomington Johnston, left yesterday for a visit i ir great htu -fit to 1 Ihivtona.. the f"ll" viingcommunication '

L IL ROTE &: Co., The Jewelers. I 111., is rooming with Mr. and :r with friends at Gainesville.Mrs. : will t."tify. 1lun i
I only one of the intmrrslcre The wise housewife specifies ColoCollolm is in
*1 I/et'8 go down to Gardiner's.Wilber Mrs. Graham Thompson, on Pal E. 1'. Porcher. of Rcxkledge, this pieturislhi.t'tv..4I'tl'Niahr-I put up odor-proof

metto avenue. is visiting her sister, Mrsi. LK.l"s ABMgvtt. :' duo-d pirtif-' In it. iir |11I"rn" r" (inniliri Icnc every time in place of lard. Anyone sealed tin pails;most lard comes in bulk, ,
N. CV4enwn an-1 wife of

Chicago, who) have beeii AisiUngMr.Co'enian't JThe beet souvenir riovn. of DayU.'tM on S"1Jtll lidgu ,". <-nt|..|l Ufr.Mn .I. M. I 1'i.n.: who ., with a particle of respect for his and will absorb any old odor which 1 1
alI workmc: hard to ImiM J';on tLHitor
Garl] lu'r's only. J F.. r. (\ah .f lh Ltn'I l. ) M I. : up
at "
> AH.
mother for a month returned I : < ;iirttV: "'v FW-hrxin J :; tliilym stomach would prefer a pure vegetable] is near it. 1 !

last Monday. The Stvanwr I5vllc Harltor carried M. and K. M l>md.1 of LaktIkIui, a- suit .i< tinwnl. r. .m intrn-trd! made from fat. 1 j
product to hog
ewing raachiucu fur rent amid I a uowd of pleasure -vekei lo :: wcic iu Day'tuiuI'trlncalav' and, i ii lin rr*<>iin <.ful, ..iil\nli-iii:::, paruruLtly| You can prove every word we say I J

i Thursday They dime over m 'the i if along:: tlt< IUM' of .idvrrtiMtic Pol.t'IIII.II Ccttolcnr akcais lard isn't.
for sale at Dames' Novelty Store. I Turtle Mound Thursday. R. T. pure; by buying and trying a pail of Cotto i
want to ('aU'lJr attention to what tome
: latter Cleveland lloadstvr.: I ,
J. G. Brown last week bought 1 1OO McFaddeu acted as pilot. .seems the root direct result that has: ; Cot/o/ene will make more palatable lene. All good grocers sell it; all the

: off all souvenir at J. :: FOR SALE-Pony, harness! and I been brought to uiv notice aUtig this
feet South t25"i
: frontage'on Ridge- spoons food than lard, and food that any great cooking author-
!! runabout if sold at I line :
Cheap once
I and Souvenir
wumJ avenue near the, South Canal. II. Schwegler's Jewelry :
I No reasonable offer refused. Address Shorth' ft r flm-lina.-! ( ur. l..t- -.1 I stomach can digest with ease. Lard ities of America recommend -
through the agency of Bingham & I store. tight; tip u.t tour I'Moria! Lkiition.: .
I Wm A. BeaDer, [Daytona, Fla is a friend of indigestion. it.
Thompson. I The handsome motor boat trophy, sending tilt in to a. ituiiV of m> f rot nds i

Frank Abraham of Jacksonville, Among the rt..t 1 sent one to A. 1'. ,
Hi\KiX3 has'Allegretti"Mr I made from old Spanish coins, is now i '
Cushman of North La-t.: 1':1. Mr Cu-h-
Rush of this ,
and J. E. place
exhibition Clark's I
tl I on at jewelrystore. litre lati ill March l l.i-t COTTOLENE granted GRAND PRIZE
and Mas. Chas. Ross of North I man wa year was a (highest
the Hub Cafe
Allardt Tenn. in the visiting I The public is cordially in- opened on 1 and ptmh..Mt| u ,plateat I hi j ton a possible award) over all other cooking fats at the
are city *
vited to call and see it. Beach street and will conduct a firstclass ,' Beach The U.k evidently caught Mr. recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked
Mesdames E. T. and F. N. Con restaurant. The plav u uu.vopen I I CVhauui with i:.)ld fat and .un thing; with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE. .

rad. Mr.) Row is in the lumber business i :Dr. J. IL Pierson dentist, Con- I for I business along the Halifax |1\'l.t.) mighty s<**lto
I rad block 108. "Horn Htlpt" a book of 300 choice recipe, tdtttJ
Allardt.. him. U only in .t pic..ria1&y..
by Mrs. Kortr a yours for a 2 rent ttamp, if you s
and I r\l iVa .r
The Andrews Grand Com I ftTt'tlt'y'.lOlliI <'ii : After digexting!:: it fully !t'I'IItIIIt"ttl.ll.-ly ; address The N. K. Fairbanh Company, Chicago
Dr. F. II. Iloughtcu has returned.' Opera London f'njlind: : : at your ;;r"'t'I"
: -tatted out to du iiti-M conk and ;
Suite. Opera House MIX 1 telephone pany habeen booe! by Manager I IlL' <>rurv W' A NEW FEATURE- patent air-tight top on this pail i.i for
i a ri-ul! llwn' i- now in I H.I"I..u. ;, .aidD.ijtona the of keeping COTTOLENE clean fresh and wholesome 4
32. t r 0- born for an entertainment earlyin : )1 rs. Ixm-tti Mavm will i torture. I IW.iili.' oiof ftrlt -n., ,iiiirnlI I it also purpose prevent it from absorbing all disagreeable odor of the; k

S. II. Gore has the contract fur March. They will render Iar- I at the Palmetto Club on next *>t-IiM. .kiiig and. MftuitigU: -iti.fu-d I grocery, such aa fish, oil etc.Nature's .

v the erection of a beach cottage for tha"on their appearance her. : Thursday evening at eight o'clock' :hunch of hurnamt. that et hank
sulphur water ofi UNlutik- of din tl. Mr. IIui3oi who! it of the Kirk of Ohio who on "Destiny and Fat. Uen-; :
: a guest I Rev. was appointed fa\

Clarendon on what was at one time i to Daytona Beat at the late tlemen as well an lidies are invited. i I 11.\\. I ;:.i\I' yui file natln.n'1!
the \V. II. Peck property on the ; Methodist conference, is eipe'tfd to The adhiissiori, prior will l..' "i<>iTnls. I! dnM-ta.4ItsIrurtyfutfy| tli'.w luut ,

beach.It take up his charge: ..hi"'t't'k, Mrs: M F. Ciiwie. "f N wmk., '''a "pnNJ.d the pudding: i.. in .I Inning -
I the -Innc," a.IIJII..tillt l that ih. iMitn.ii Iii
i !
; and I preaching his first sermon Sunday.. after a stay of a few weeks on theI'e.t I II .
huy1'ltllin .
pays ; for | MiH \\iIIl.|| l.irp-r ( It..1 i tIn ,
shoes at The (Uohe. See their ad.A ; *A full line of kulak) hlms andsupplier I C' ia.t, is i attain t-t-iijo\in the :, I'XIT' ,. IN-i: .**.tlullvMU ,rr ItJl'rrrrrr!\.Crrrrtirrtrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr'! \.Irr AA ::1'11 A !\ '\A r"rltllll.A.'VJIJ.I"r."I.U..A..fI![ r l '111'r A'VtIT 11 _

Oar inrr's. iM-autiful l surroundings. tit Da\ti-n.i. I II I : t1.. I in\\i: I .
line of white wash eVirls at
| new Mrs.( Cowie i is stooping at Shnudt'sVilla Mr :.in1 Mr--. lutvui 1..1. Mi ami Jewelry. New Books.

j just rt'<'eivelat the ladies Furnishing Mine Host Matthews of the City I. and will reiuiin: until April I Mr-. I.. It. its..hnan Mr-. .\. I', 'IIh-, ,,

Store. I Hotel, celebrated his seventy-first man, :Mr. A. K.I: '.ni.ISt'n.:11I.1 daush-! !: r ;

I Wt'ltnt'sd1"lbd" is i -Take the drive over the Port trr. Mr. and Mr I ':. \\ ISaimMr. .m.J
The body of Peter \\ ha'ho birthday
Orange bridge if Mr11. M< nther. Mr. ami MrI I I. .xHutu. ,
died last Saturday at I'ort Orangeof i of the most popular hotel men in Mr. anal l )''r.<. J. II. I** |I. It r mJ

apbpleiy in his sexenty-tirst year. I Florida and in still one of the Mr. and Mrs.( ('lIlJrtI1tllht'nhnn1.: I LmK: Ninth Last: 1'a: : Mr. and Mr-. "'*.. t ..- r .

\\asbroughtto Daytoiu and} shipped : "lioys.'' : .Ire, Clf Coney I laiid.. X Y areguests : H. C'. IieharI: un. Port Chut on, nhi... r1 II pol IJ I\ \ :;

I ( i MM: Oo. ilik" and ai.inddius'it.! rAiiron ;
from the Iliughaui A- Maley undertaking'\p.4lh-Dr..1. I*. Herman, l of Mr( Stubfiibunl: father ,

establishment, to Frankfort oppollite the (.Sable :li-11' >hf Ci,l. C. Stitt eels ttl. uii North' Ridgcwi I 1.1I "' .. ._. .' (
I i i1)lr. I :: : (: I"
il. Since having hen List fall
Ind., fur burial. ) I .
I '.. .: .
Mr.andMre. Charles A. Cle-g, ); \ .
and Mrs: :Stulwnbord havevistetl : .- .i./ 1\
ST. ; : .
elf you are looking for Florida I of Sunset Park, N. V., are l located l i n I 1 c.. ; -i. ':"" ,.. '''art ...
and other
California western '. .
books of views or souvenir p staU, i South Itidgewood. avenue for tie I ',.. )1 .-"r.f.f: ./ '. .;; 'o..t .
poi'ItsBigger !: -'> .
to Gardiner's Store. not to : '
go t season. They are Grangers i ;: ( \ : : : ::
Julius Letsa died Daytona, having lived here for a I and lietter Ion t"t"4 at the i I I Ii .. : :"' -- ,- ...- ,. ;;: I
Saturday It.
Daytona Bakery. i ;: '.3s..:.: :" t.-: '
some years ago. I
ing at his home on South 1'almetto 'With feat [,lat by' the Palmetto'
avenue in his 08thear Xo 8t"r-1 :\Ve \\iIllix that broken jewelry 1 Miss Martha Mullctt assistant in 1 Club-Club' Mouse Made a Bowerof i ::

TK9 were heM, the body being I and make it look like new. No job Fletcher's: souvenir ...tr11'1' wine .
All thPC latest Xm'f'I"I.Ist books for thoIxHrv.
I Beauty by Fair Hands. : N* a" "nu S|I''" ? aud! Otanc ) I -
placed in the receiving vault at too large for us.Gto. tering at Daytona ]Reach, was calledto ;: .
I I I I "t" nttthr rown, of hi- 111':1,1? ,theI i r I "- I I t.i i rte"-t will mten-st yotl. v-Ming i e >ple.
Pinewood Cemetery ty be later in 11. CL\Kk, Jeweler. i Williamston, Ii'h. on Tuesday "
I I*!<>!lt-of hi. fl'f"t h>' aiall: mirth ;: Jc\\elr. Repair Work Stationery of I very Kind. .
the season taken north for burial. by a telegranlanuouneing th* deathof
William C. Clark battalion chiei I haktxlN:rre. I :rr .l -l 11''I'" I h"' lst line in the ::

t e25: *e off all souvenir spoons at JII.Schwegler's.fewelryandSouvenir of the New York fire department, is I her sister Miss Mullet will return i Had the turd! of \\oti 1,,.'n |>res.'ut utith : '-. J

... of tu Davtoni in al""lt! a week or : ,,* .-bun of th I'atnu'itn t'hll.'- ob- i trr
enjoying the balmy air Dajton.i.Mr. I GEO. H.CLARK
I r\ftnee: of :xakntiQes div mi !
ten days.
store. Clark is a guest of Schmidt's r ,
Thur-da afternoon lie would have had

1 The Sno\ i'.en! Fuiuiture I'oin- Villa until tomorrow, when he returns -: tHC'IIIC'lullt'r the Dajton.i: Bakerycan I. those lines fully rorn'turated on ;i : Two Stores. 124-126 South Beach Street. % I

i of Xorth Death street, hare to New York. lie is an affable i supply all jour wants. in the broader vale, a* this wathe c.>lition I "** >r

pany gentleman and has! : bakery lino. tr I I that rt'ignC't1ith all who attend\ 'hiId J'IIIIIIIJJ.I.IJI.IIIJIIIIIII.IIIII.I.IJI..I.I..IJI.I..J'..> >f> .. ,.III.I.> .
been selling out their stock of goods courteous II" ii it. Y. '. 'I" o 0. ,,0, 'u '. ; '. '. Owo.o. o. Olt. iI \I I V II V "II V .IJ YYY./ Vlt V Y Y "V"llVVIl
f .
i litfill
>'lii rvtiit
this week, preparatory to closing made many friends here landlord I D) I R; Stillman. of TIle ,I!I Tin- chit IMHLMwa never tnoi1..1..1.rat'.y ..,-

out the business today. Mr. jFiue stationary, newspapers andmagazines II Stillman. showttl the: (;iazetteNewsrejwrter : awl hllloJ'"Ufut-iv .1'Coral"'l. the i ................................................ .... Fine Line of

den will leave for Orlando no\V.I' ; at llarnes' Novelty Store. a tipj' of the Westeily. ILI :, front of (lie MnHtng andU r.: "- '>cmi; ;iI

I I I Irtia-'if I);irnf"x --, rvilni and red Inut II WUEN YOU SEE A IAN I
week, where he will engage in the Commodore and Mrs. F. I D.) i I J.) Sun of February I, which! "MIItains i| that fiunV the elute buns.n'! *' iIi

same line of business. !, Hughes returned from their trip I an interest ing article" "n the i I I"\"f"r..f Imiutv Thta. >>k-d.'<'<.r:iti?nMr .. ..

ttLost-On Wednesday a t-omb I'down the mast Monday and are ll'!:. anniversary of the day when 1 \\11' lilt'Je man't.l. lit t'k"'C'rll"-: : W. ,HI', I"I I 1-h| .-'LI' .lit ..",.j I Ia : HAMMOCKSJust 1 1 C
I Westerly d'+'!aiel I IKT independence -. I.>.lu> A ll.Kgrtt :11..1I f' II.Mcliren .
with gold top vt with pearN. A. again guests at Schmidt' Villa,
from treat! Britian Woterljwas I \\w the clever. iM! tes.of UN-. : < -.Mt''nltrl rxpmwinn. :
reward of five dollars will be paid if insisting that It's
Mr. firmly
Hughes .
I I huu tion-
I iseJ-In Mud'I\argf'll u. es :
the hrtitv t.> are a\ : stein that hr.V
pre "? I' \ war
returned to Mrs Collins 108 South I I there is only one city ill Florida ; with that charm of grace and l hopit.ilitvthat !1' i .
ti"tl "h f .
Palmetto. 1 I Daytona; and avows that hereafter mdi'lKMldriKf'Have won the sane admiration of then J iii,:'' "Kit-i! .j lib.iiin,. fT .iJ :. li jG Received.BinghamMa1eyCo.
I .
: Ins. this. elate 11..t.. .
he will confine stav t-
Mrs. V. ,Vuillaume of North !leach I' several complctclj fur- 1'lr. pr.'Knuti of the Clay ain <.h.itci IV"-iiitti' .m >h,- :

street, accompanied\ by her brother, '.\. Vaii'leVonl' I.q tona ISe.u'h, : nished cottages 7 rooms: bath. Its| ( MM. William Ungtr MtA her :ihilitv .. I It.... t. lOllllllll.i'l.>!I .,\' .

David Deuel, left for Havana Cuba, Fla., contractor and'rIf cement I etc.: located directly on beach. !! a- a manager was fully ....nnn 'l b> the .
; lever manner in whichl I.adat- : JM--I.I.. : ..f i ..,. *IWJ :
reasonable month ; htfipy' .mil i ly
Sunday morning. Mr. Deuel will :, sidewalks, Ii first-cla" work I Rent ; by or the .
ranged eetilMr -
return to his home in New Mexicoin .t guaranteed :tS- It balance of season. .Mrs Kothcr- -. J_ I). Maloy initiated l thy <.M-I- i t".I|\ G.r fir :.tiling: :in.Isj -- :. '

about ten days or two weeks, but j of Ii sperger. Cherokee Cottage Sea- rim l y ni dmg.' an mteri.,tmg have| | on .' .: Mi t., s| f, ...h..... : {
Chamberlain proprietor
( 0.
Mm Vuillume will remain in Cuba' breeze Ha. IT.:.i't "1'1... ttugin'4 :,t. Cak'ntine's II IY.' 4
I house i is out a : .. ,.,,', ,. :
until April. Mrs. Douglas and Mrs. the Palmetto laying I \\"hlle- MLS* lit..t. Ilt..y I eauttntlh. I j .11. tll \ .

Payne) nieces of Mrs. Vuillaume, road 1111 his property' to the south II I .1. Earl lluon.; of Numlier Vine, i r....ih'l l uTIat' "1<1 o..tiIW"IJ: '_ D.I111- : \ 1.,.,. ,'. JI.. 1 .1 I t :

returned Tuesday to .their homes in ''of I the hotel. and running east andwest has. had ,."nstru..ted in :S II. Move'sworkshop ,-'n rrtnfc-ril: in \.mr.lftim."lt: I "-i 1 .. .1

from lleaeh street to Palmetto ) !IHI".r. hest M-ttee of ,&olU'tl.
Jacksonville.Call a I MrII.. S. Millniau renal an "imiiril
I avenue. This street which Mr. mahogany: that is a very hindxotneas : | 'ftn-m uf much merit on The 1 l.tlin"tt" i THE GLOBE i

at Fletchei's 'n see latest Chambeilain will marl and put in well a.. unique sl't't'imen..r workmanship ('luh." Tbf pnrtu tusk the > lul in-ii Furniture

novelty in post cards: containing. a fine condition, will open up a number I. The woik has. been in the IHTthnmgh a duce "Pcnronbulirc| I

"baker's dozen" Daytona views. of lots which h111 liter put hands of II. Y. Thomj>son. an eiu- with a |ItOJtrayal..( the ben..ti<-..ntaeeotnldi.lwd nr i\ : Clothing) Shoes and Gents' I PITCK urttishings, :
Ly tA" climb : & roSTI'R, Proprietors. : !

i T. A. Snyder, of Cincinnati. who upon the market: : rlo'e of 1k Jove; The ear uprights The ,oresi
legs of the settee are made.) ., ._ __ .____
or _
r owns a fine residence property at *For first class kodak finishing I' paINe{ IOn "Th Ijttk<<' MK :(-- \nnit" I'.nk u -- -
of the bah'"iof\ au old mah.gany mson and Miry I: linger llannmi th.
Hobe Sound, has rented one of the go to Sardiner's.Mr ; **** **** *** ******* ****** ***** ****.***************
1 oapeton, secureil on the heard frllm Fun of the I+aThe nitt ci-m-\ I"' ....................

I. R. Durns cottages on Cedar and Mrs.I lien ford Deacon an\1I. the wreckage of some vessel;; sod i original and ajfiln-.iW- in jx'int .HM, l ll : ; \- I IL Ill I I II'I It si. I'I I \ \1 III-..M' I l : .1

street, in order to be able to enjoy I :iv'e much ainii.-einent to the h.ii<'r-. iI i
Miss Jessie Brown entertained at i skillfully worked up as t"I form a j jtotril.inglJ 1 FIRE
the automobilin provided by Day- "I>jwnth ShadLau.> Ihr (;"<'- 1 I Ii
home of the former I :
501 I" at the lieautiful, yet old design.: ". aleiitme'men
tona'a hard streets and the good and \ two MIIren: The Cleveland
TUf'sday..t"Iing. Alwut 30 guests! i dried t.y )Ir... t". S. I: .-nltnlith nun' .h h .
roads of the vicinity, together were present and a most enjoyable I Get the habit. Ituv\ the ( .v.q"-, News pmt and clTPctn'enrar."I'roeing e*

the unrivaled beach. Mr. and Mrs. ,\tthe close of I Pictorial edition. the I tar' was theo givn; innmrtled ., .. i .. EXTINGUISUERSI
evening was spent. M !>;II< J i i \ 11 i j. ; [> -i I'ot.t .1 'n' : i
friends of S. II. : ttas
Snyder are personal tones hv Ilr K. II IIhlJ ght -
the games delicate refreshmentswere : ,I"II! \\J.j., i "!-I.! 'U-t \ '''!II\l',1.1 1 "' I III f f. .'..'.11 I. -. :
and family. Phunr'..raph.Tilt'
Gove |
served Miss I Johnson was s Reduced to
rhikJren tf Mf.tU3K S. .M.ii. I

You will find souvenir spoons at awarded lady's prize and H II. Pare I assort'tand 11t.1..- .\. IU Kig<*tt :and t). McL'mnpnttilv : S. B. GREEN( Proprietor. : I

prices that will interest you if you borough was the winner of the genetleman drea.etl in ink[ :a1l.1h t(' tai iI ..
Clark's Jewelry Stcre. s prize Largest i\ing basketfilled with vaJentuifj. >>. ,.. ,. .... viMt.u\ i I
: go to gin the work uf t'l-tnbution! ..f it.n'. i '. : I'h'I' :'i': I I1: it i: iv 11 tl> ; ; I'I'inihnitr .:

I The Daytona Steam Laundry has \V P. Graham, of Warner, N. 11. prices nipnibraacea. !.iI.fCMCC4 A Until: Jan. 15th. I

horsepower with W 11. Ed-I Miss Marion J< hn-<'U, i hainuaouf the
received a new forty who is stopping I I

boiler and smoke stack butMr. mondson on Ridgewood avenueafter:I of trial ense'l I Vlk l>y .a iou.-number fruitpuiuh I ... ..... ..5 ..... ..... ..... 1JJt.s.! .'.. .. ...1e.y.y....... !.!...!.... iI '!-....: I IVorking
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Shear is undecided as to installing making a tour of the coast resorts, : II in Sea Shells souiivenirs ( young, little heart--hajwd "skeand: DEPT Feed

time in his estimation there are h".nt-motT' .> vandieA -. I \ : I II
while the they same are at crowded the present with work. says but three that worth com'sideringDay Alligator I I The Seaside I Inn. j D L1( Constructed.

Ua of :
The boiler was ordered early in the : tons St. Augustine and :Miami; andas 1, j > I
and Tas", L: I.. How( ;ird, the genial! boa ..f 1 the ":.l'. -i.1laa.l./I I l i .' 'I' ll I I I' i
fall but delays occurred which presented -i he is again in Daytona after visiting \ ii novelties t I ( Mil} 1IHu.Liul'' in Muith
U hue lK.Us c. Havt-na: heathet'ured ..,.. .. .' tf..' ''
the other mentioned, it \ .\ .I 11'1, ti, '.,' t'1 ; : 1. !I. : 1"1": Ulorll; 'tluipltetlivith i Insuran I
its arrival at the proper sea places ('&Sin". i
the U'\\l luiit; alk-y at :
son. The smoke stack is twenty is but natural to infer that he places i mania and Cat-eye \\edne-day .veninit.:. for the .okUM. olIn ; HORACE F. STEWART. i f fii : '<' standard tc..t.

inches in diameter and fifty feet in this city at the head of( the pro : llli'St."h... t'lrnt'dJUt in f"rt. and : "ii.i-) 'nn:" .ald. i I.-A .i.I'. .1.i ",11'iv,.', i I r. ,i '.1 'rii-i..t-i. I i H nutn "n > I

I chains.McFADDEN -pent a I.iea{ ;.tut evening; ktmekiug d<)\\r : !I I '.. llVtrlooU rirf '
length. cession. \ a"' ,It- :IJ'; | ,1''II'I" H -t-, U 1\1! !.I t.0.' tet I' ,1'Mtlt' ; MMIIB4 Address Box
the pins, -elite gOl-.1 ::*. IM lms inud i I''f"' ,'. ', t ..i. ? .. its..1- :'_' ''H- -i 1' :&11.1! It.-.u.I' -
FoB 1.1-Lot: on North Ridge- *tLosl -Hand bag. Intwecn Fairview In the morning ..l the same day Mrlloward -. i i'I

front 750 feet deep; and Ormond, containingkeys the lr .f .t : I American La 99.1)
wood, 108 feet Ave. 1 J. and guests nun < ;

fine building lot; a good bearing and cards of owner. Finder \ I dozen or more drove to Number Nm''i ii Surf Bathing is Unexcelled. j; Fire Engine

or&uge grove G.on B the Seaman lot. Price 530 suitably rewarded by returning; to Corner Ivy Lane and Beach :* land[ enjoyed'laic A pnvn., dinner a' tin'. ,, t.r'! .,,*'! .**."*..'....<*...!<.., ,.s..i|,"ft""'< .m.-.'i'*...,..,.,. I ......M.....
reasonable. tf The Stillman ........... ........... (
South Ridgewood.

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.NNN.NNNH1.111.11111111N..NI N.N NNN1/11: 1 LOCAL EVENTS. s.i.i.i.1.i...i........... T| ri|rrjnf TTf n f rrj

g 5" Legal Notices :
RENT !! f
+' .t If you come Wire up and be up to .date If : ..................ui.i... "
James P
Vimng was aisitor
y i you do not use electricity jo'i are
Hart 2 from Ormoad First: pub lib 16; lat Mar 9) Whets run I an buy a lot, bi.ild( a home and let It pay rur "wlf theI11M9.t
and buy a not modem If you do not progress Tuesday
1 ."-e:in N'.a'h m tire worl 1 and the prettiest platys in Florida. .
T 3 ou rctr(1gra.JTht re is no 2 \n Ordinance
Da\toni stitioncn. HINKIN .
t! Sdiaffner Jt Marx Mill or our- I standing btlll We will turniali : : audit New Bridge and Boulevard.
Tucinplu an i\xit| account;ml to
of : Electric Applies: for son', office : Dr) If K. DuBois was: up from the accounts of each[ otfieer I .\ IIl'l"' I bridge. owmiJe long l *.|>aijmHg, the .Halifax ricer baa just! -:
r coat, consider all the : or home Appliances of the most : Port Orange Tuesday handling uiomjs of the rHy. I l Ilt't'n completed{ by the Port Orange Bridge Company and a Boulevard! ..

the transaction to you. Leaveus modern and effective kind at of Ik-Daytona it ordained, Florida bj :the eommon council i w now beinj tC.built bj Dr. Vanaluih to connect tin hri.1JC"'lth the J

I prices modern and effectu That Y Charles I'ettigrew, a wealthy capitalist -.i 1 That an t'xpt'rt accountant nol connected t sewn iM-iuh-laid out a! folio VMTwoeiitLt: : foot lielle1" walK*>- :

out of it; assume that we I is, pnct? that secure the bu-infs' i of Joliet, III. is: a guest: : of the ; with (he municipal government I II next inside two fifteen toot ll' n..wn..IDPlt inside 't\\'o tHflv loot -;

FI' I II I be emplojed annually to audit the accounts -' fliellttl} road-* and n thirty foot nrnsward ia the center. AlliwurtN : gtr'en- -
4 make fair we do I Kidgcnood : ;
a profit; : 'I Daytona Electric Co. : of eat'it municipal<'er handling! .
I to U out in beaiitilul" + subtropical foliapMHI! nlf Palm* t W
if tin and t tthe <
1 fl.r'fn."ta moneys report -
But make a btttcr pic-lit i' F't.Nr Irv}' liin.lnu'O'l: niiatsL .. \'inUm U..mlll')
1 you i' '.3 South Death Street nilllKll a st><'ii is prartieabh'. fur. lIiinitnini piikeiM( fl I'y J..ll'llUn.ll..r (lain ((1 ..
: I'TMH.1! tint n' I'ling January :J*\. I I'JdTI'lvril his Slotof tl$..> !'soiithhii'I.! r.torhthat liar 11I1i'.o eMr*' tun1 dent ;
? 1.. II from Miami
than we tloSou] git t the c1tlwsToo \ .......++. 44+.........+..+++*+..+.......++..*..+*.... I I'urdj < ;ini up I -'P. ord l r< i.line January -\. a hiiiiit1 III theN'Uth. Tlw ...-rang.lolti's. llouUxard' IM iianUil l br, 1

I ,: I get abbolutely huncht. all.r' .N..1.1/N.........1..........N................111 =Ni Jalast:, for aiMt ith his I'JI7! I'asst.lthtt'l, 1 r.'.i.hue.\( l II tatagtiilfrnlblgfl.nes'on'.itlsrsidr, ofIhi-( thirl.\.f..1 Olt. dun -:
f f.III1II."II :N nth
l- I strut IIrli'r"I'! | in'th..hard.wranIcach.. THW! "bbiffxri.nllll.\II.lnn, \l'ii.u'" THtlH -

r'-", wool fabric; clothes you tan icspec. I.I THE REO CARS. i i I.r. Imuli Il'tM..ns al'll| to 1:. \\ dli: .\I.M: I:. M:.. t't. uf<"c''UIlIr.iudltli", tl>"* I''''I..f Ontoiu, and arcIen ...c:
.11lcst .
.I; that >wu don have to ai>ul- Prif..1.*. riiier. r n. u.m":1. tf.Mrs f 'i.i I:. I iir/ ,iu\n: ', .,.* donaledluIhe, l town ..I I South Uril.i. nilli HMMr.hlrM i"nr: J
I j 1'it' l1l.rJ. 1'llal.t1..hnlll.. In' u..1| ""r.'IJ'( tat pill-lx' I larks. and IHI t building: .Iutll -

[ ogize for or be ashamed of because .. Annie KausJii: turned) on ) e\ 'rl..*t're.tfd tll'n"lII"tl..r\\i_ ur'n ,1'1'f'f\Jlor fur shelter _
\\here\cr 3011 go 3ou MC them
r they're not what they seem. : And wherever you I see them they go. : Sunday from Palau Ucacu and is ('! lt(..:.5)) from ram. etc
t Within tbc riparian rights of tln town uw found t tl hr fainou-!* Port ...
I' : at home on South Heath street NOTICL.The ( .
You Ret: what no .'merrerizetlr FOR A FINE DRIVE take the Reo i l)rangoyt n. Tarpon Bay a few minute**' row !from here, has at J

i WhatisLil} Water' Call at following was adopted by the trlt\'tt'll] pone of the 'greatest *port men. In the Halifax, one J

r cotton" clothes could ever give w Touring Car. : the electric light plant. City Council at its regular meeting February mile wide, studded with inland. we are reminded fif the St. Lawienee
11, l' 07, as the budget for the
I. and Iwr thousand l isles. ,
: you-long, satisfying: service, A food sale \\illlieiicldiii the fiscal year MOT! : -
i They are safe, speedy', reliable and none but first-class drivers i Salary Clerk.................. .......... $ :25000 I From thebndgi-you( will find fishing unsurpassed in the United! '
: shape-keeping service; tailoring them. .: iuild (Hall of St Mar>'!s Episcopal alary Marshal.......................... .150.OD :-\tatt' all the yeur+ round) And say!-euch fishing! Gee! -:
Z accompany ................. .
: Church this afternoon from i! 00) alary City Attorne} 100 00 lave house Rent in the "dmml'r. Ibis being the
t For information as tj plates of interest reached by these cars, ; in your own it ,
.l' that fits your ideas and shape; [ alary TrTasunr........................ 10000
: : rates. etc call on or telephone| to 1 until 5;;
style that's distinctive.r t-alarv Collector.. ...................... >00.00I flier resort Here is the fivesmiletakp on the famous Ormond.Daytona
MOTOR TRANSIT COMPANY ttBlI' Tttlej India and Ceylon City l'hysician. and Medicine.... 12500initit Auto Race '.011....... Ve the I IM! II here! \ road is to tie built from Or.i .
.. Such clothes preserve and i i: Teas of London, nghnd: 31: -Icb-Ij I > :on ................................. ""0000 mood to Ponce Park Tb trackless. J
r-t : Salary Major: ............................ 40000 i ( InlfJ) nnd n trolley run putting? '1
Phone 28. First Street, Opposite the Electric Light Plant Mr and Inr.. 1 II.! Collin and into Daytona (Itench in fifteen minutes and Ormond half an hour. ..
; strengthen a man's self repit t; I I.Interest on bonds. ..... ............... 100000Mrctt i you in
; Mrt James Heed of Dawon) Lighting!!: ......................... 400000 I\t'tylnt: will have modern improvements such as a water main, J
"mercerized cotton" makes a man : B. M. WIl I IAMSON, Manager.If : Pa.'j Printing... .......... ........ ............. 300 00 M.twr. e" n tent sidewalks! 1'11t'1I..1 I roads nnd ample fire protwtion. J
I armed Sunday and arc occupying 'I Fire Protection......................... 50000MtTft ALL f.OTare
ashamed to look his clothe; in i i their home North :' .. and Sewers: .................... 000000 : to I lie sold on the installment plan-f J; : down; f 10i
I you IP thinking of braving a IU\AROCT or TOURING C\K. and on I'idgewoodror I Extra Police 75000Mindm : month; no interest; kwon and] }IJ-itilevard lots 100: ; inside lots '5

j the face; or ought to. :ruu\\i..htllL.n.. ." w""fIIl'HDI (',\H> are the best for the pri"f't'allon I I For t first: class work-Datona I i i *.. :::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::: 100000: : X:30H: riser lot facing on two streets. $G">0, corner lot., ?1'KI' and

or writ! to IH"FI-TI A; CHOUCII. Agents, I i! One mill to he levied and raised as a I: :!,(;fN). Only l'+0 lots will Iw sell at them figure, but ran have
.i At Gazette; -News Office. Dajtona FlaWhat Steam, Laundry phone $. tf Milking fuud T. I:. IITZOEIl\LD, you
i! your dlok"I1..u1..ard. 100 fret wide, laid out 88 above described 4
....N............N.....N..........N.1.1..1111.... ': MINI: Hose Garland: of New York : City.. Clerk
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........... ... i.Citarmed Monday and is \'isitinpi :: 1 I IHr-l! pub. !''''>. :n: la,t puL Mir I') ; Dr. J. A. Van

i Anthony Bros. i with her pmnts. Mr) and MrJ. 'I SIfEl IFf'S S.\I.E. c\rl.J.\.tu: Daytona valzahj:

l! M. (iaiI.tuti =Sjiilh I B'h! '! .
on Mrett I'wln t ami b 1 > \irtia of an cxt'<'ulion
Do You Know l il't'u"tl l out of and under the seal! of ttuI tiliLlullir.V''r'rr.rlrWrr."V'm''imiNNiM
Volnsia] County \bstract, [ I *'Hmhwood's foutUrM : 'in'mt Court for! :, County. I'lor-
ids, in a !suit (M-nding: in said Court t wr
r I i Investment and Title In- r.UI)' of tin1 ]>rpit\| owners on j! \\htreiu, Bernard II. (:uIJll'rSons< / ,
'the north illl'If Svnnd I, ire |>1 lint ills and J. .\. Ja.kM>n K I)...
surance Company. About That ? accrue 1: (fendtnt I have leiied up"n :IC the pros f .
S Titles Insured. ; have: been {Hitting down) lenient city <.f tin !defendant, J. .\. Jack.. ) Baggett and Post

l'AIIE\D.J.A\IIII1. M,lenalka and! there i..l.t| good !I lion, and will soil :it public' auction to
Ih.TFIf\u. I Pros !
the highest and l Itt'!st bidder for (":15ft. in
President ;bec'y and Tn as. I l pert of it Icing. made roiitinuous';I.I front of the/ court house d...i it 1.10311\1.I ,, ;;
\bstract furnished and title perfectedMaps l. A real estate proposition in the cen I
ill aid <'ounton Monday the first di\ i.
from (leach!
Plata and Blue Prints Supplied.Oppoeite tntt to Ilidgrwnocl: of April, A. I H.,1'! U7. during the lea t i
olusia County Hank avenue in the near: flit'in*. hours i>f salt.| the following dicnlxd Real EstateI
DELIS! M.ORHH. ter of town that earns 12 per cent on real l ..-.tatf'. tll-wit the zest ::1."> feet of1I.rtll i

: Dtytuna.tati' II'tl's. !90) feet of I 1 (. '
l',tsv I). LUlJl Iti.i:T FIH! >n.ty : ( lot 7, 1ck I. see uc'salsliyiion <
of 'lots II. 1.:! and II, (ii fMo
LANDIS & FISH $12,000, and you can buy this propertyfor Tilt'I 1 I''t hnnrv !Mth) i..sllC' of theNitniilit ,'k :.3: \I IMMI .V: olernan's addition I

: to Pa\ tuna: also lots 3 and 4. block 4.
( \tiitriraiireproiiMt( ** ole\
ATTORNEYS AT LAW :rc".lw.s suNiiMsion of lot11. 12 and I
12000. If you have'nt but $6,000or eraliew of the :Mauley; Mtamer II. I,KM'k :.3: Mason A: l'tllt'man's a.ldi- ie
in all State and ledtral
Practicing tion to iMMon-i, all l> in Xolu ta I InsuranceOpera
Court. Civil or Criminal business pen as i photogra' 1'htl by I H I II tat-one. county. II I.'rid.i.' eiiig l

careful attention. Special facilities for even a trifle less you can buy it just of the Kodak | Kef. Ruth U:fore and) :'"s-ihl pn |nrtwill I Ite t.ld| to satisfy r
land l title! .... ..
mvettliratinz and perfecting I !tail t'\ uti"n in the fun of ninl'tyCourtan.1 .
after the accident
; the
dining rcvent
i DEL.\ D, ILORIIM. fort)'.time hundredth-- (y4.43)djilirsand ) I. House Block
the sameand the rest of the :: SEABREEZE, FLA.
I money race. in which Fred Marriott to { int<'r st and<<1 costs of proceedings

DR. HOUGHTON :mira.' .>!'ot'al c.l t"ri'MIj; injur :Sheriff thereon of \olusia J County It. 'n('KNLK. I noritla.'F"lr't I rOTT.UJLS: FOR
will cost but 6 cent .jr j jI SALE OR RENT, Outside Acreage I'ro-
you per so you see "
For sileNUT'
= gentle horse pub Ft.h 't I: In.t I'U", )Iar. 7.. |-ertImpnnetl or Unuupro'.e!; control most of the unit prov'e.l I Iproperty
DENTIST. I suitable for, dra\ or deliver}
: I r in Seabreeze; represents two of the Fire InsuranceConivinies I
.. I you can be earning 6 per cent on the at a bargain. if J. II: Hi: MI.Miv smwrs SALE.
,: a, | that came throng the San Francisro disaster! with
Office: Suite 1, Opera (House Block. "nda I anti h}' \irtucif antcuti<.n-'
other fellows cash. : Aimer Mann of Scabrook} i'I'Ui..1 out of and under the seal of th.. EE capital and) Mantling unimpaired.

Phone 32. principal| "f ,the public M'INs'i at HuI imuit (ourt for \'<.lu: ti C"untFI' ;,..
I in :i !suit | ruling in .ti.1 l Court herein fr{ I..I ym... ym'4JAJ.A ym } IJ IJ}"}amf
I III w, "I'nt put of TIIs.l.1y and p:'. J. rnlorisPluntilTand J. .\. JackM.II 9 lU IIY ; Y Yi

lIaac \.1St.wan Egfcraniy I Pretty good proposition is'nt it ? I II 1Ccdtolay ill iXntoiri with friends' I[, th.* pni'xrU i.< iMmildit! of the. I said have: defendant.levied l u'ons'!. J. A. ."....", \t'111.t1"""" """"" """"'" """""

;, while 'nr nite to DeLnnd tll attend Jtck-oii. and will roll at public imtionto i
STEWART & BLY know all about this and be of
glad .
I I II i i i tin 1 annual meeting of the Yohi-ia '' the highest and I" st bidder for rash. f
in front "f the court house door at !lieLand i,
LAWYERS, the ( 'ouaty Teachers 'Asxxntion: in I in slid County, on Monday. the I San Mateo Cigars
to tell all about it
opportunity you tint this of \pril. :\. II. 1007! durmc
I II sessiu tint Tn-
Office la Bank Building ILL\ND) : Fl..\ I ; : n at I jiluv Thursday: 1 11.e legal I hours of sjh, tin futluakgdeserlt'cd :

tz r Branch office overPostoffice. D \\TONAClapp's = and show it to day and :Saturday of tins \\'f'l'k. : real estate. to-wit : the nest! T., I
you. feet <,f north !t0) feet of lot 7. bl 1,1 k 1drtrne ,

I'r ............ ... .......11N I I i Tin llcilc l Harbor leaves the ferry II, ..f Mock a sul.53 h\ision M!I.L."ICnIrnmn'l'of lots; 1 I. U: and addition 1!' Have MadeReputation

) 1 jdiHk I t'\"r tiuntlly alt.'rnt)?n at hynn'eitek to I);11 tona: aNo! lots 3 an1to t tl

R. L.I Smith. i fir dilIt n'llt |is,into "f mterot l>lo( k I I. drctne's .vutiihtision) of lot. 11. '
Pharmacy i i It I 12 and 13, bio'k. :..1. Mason .l Colt'nnnadditu '> ,
: I on tin rit'r. IJonnd: trip .'V' 'n to .Pitton.i. dl being I in \'..- I A of

lu ta l'.mt) 1'lorn"1:1. '!
1'I1t' MI>M- J.HM.M. anti i Matilda Siul nrotM'ttv still IM sod: to s.iti.f\ ,
: The Rexall ................---------........--------............ .': said ni.'uiion"in the oj fifty: and; f
- - - ------------------------------- Ninth,. "I I .\ll i.hen 1'.... who sum
II ..*.......++.+.+...............1++.11.+..+........+11j + t : > spent three on*'-hufidreIth< ( p>001)) ) dollarsand
; ., I J.t \\intir atilt )Ir. and Mrs J. E. interest and e !!st* or proceeding! I Their Own.

Cottagers and Tourists at Daytona *: Rush: on IUMn+'t. are :again with thim.n J. i H.: Tl' {\EH. I I
: : :sin'ruT of| County. iIirstpub .
; t Drugstore Ntt.\. |1"'.t1'r\t.lll'nhl.I t t I'-'tUl.ltltl(111.1: ( :: them t '-.aThese: fstmiablfI1

i : (l lei). 9; ln-l pub f.m-I 91 t I The of the Sin Mateo
( is
i i : lit"- ire .1\'t'| interpxtctl in s.'u'n- succe: Cigar one of

Cor Beach st and Orange Ave "HOTEL PALM BEACHIVautifuIlv : : till' matter anti I harp: found d) ora >re'ialaster's Sale. I the greatest industrial triumphs of !the East Coast
t t : I ndt'r and by authority of a decree of I
i 'lJ l for
I Foot ol South Dndge. t I.sat J tl. iht'in and l.tU' Uurili, in Palm I"adl prop! :, I materially i t er (not.t I'.ilm Ittath. ) 11\. rl<"-kil I... motor brat l r in. roars and ..i11. i tin ah'1IIl'\'lIu'nt of science in New (irruit ,.f Ilorida. in and for \'.>- : I
: "t'lIi'lIt t toils i iiiinit ns next: doni iMijfl.U.r the Royal l'nuwiall. (11..1 I and If
Intu in dllIlc''n', in
; 'r ...... .. . ....IIIING. garden". coif links! and Hint I atliiny;: Iaintaill., n'tilled II(-;'tr..TaIIo.i/ t.nmand ,t.. I i y,rk. I'ltt-.nurg and "ther 'itifHi therein eounty'|M'ndmyr. therein Man :'pt'IIl"a came, ,> ,4compltirant I, : (from the choicest growths! of tobacco that the
I f -- I unities *t'kins tin :1o'1''lIIn.latinll'< of a I farce tnttd..rn hotel I /but |,n,ft-ri ,: Ii and Hron M 1. Milliner and !I IKos. remn*
; f' little I., i a smif tin I fointnlitx' [f-land of Cuba
!the lu" !'t hotel _and more! rit s : !: .' MilliiK\ hisifi. an difuidints. I i ran produce and wrap
I tt A. KLOCK M.D. \vrumstatrst.o-dlrnittswit. ) I, ith. (tabs 91 t tit :?:,.._ I"I"| -.ul \\.1.1.\. : ri (rtinnin pick:igr to oMim ln-st r.I .- I will sell\ it public outcry to the highest; l ped l with the rich silky leaf grown on East Coast j
> : .. j' plantations
,) O1'nJanaar3'th.I W'rit.-forillustrat.'dlsokk| | t. .\dlr) ). "- : :suits' ;n- rl'II-1it and ht': y the i ipar industry of the world has never produced better
burr of the <'ourthoUse in the utof goul
Palm Beach, Palm Beach Florida. : i B.'nfonl IKaeon( and John V. ('tII .l-) Ih Land ill said e ,unt\.' and state. dur-

:h. Physician and Surgeon. ...................................................... I dtJlIgh. 1111 their recent hunting anti .ine: th*' l legal hours. if sale. on Monda\ ,' I For stale' I-} all the leading: hotels and dubs and li> the t m.'r i|
; I \pril 1.\ I 1) I'i07! I*"me the first Mon- News ( t>inj)>any on train
i' f 139 s. IlidcetAoodA\e. 1'hone ::... :.11.1..1111..11.1.1.. .. I .lnng trip" at the heal I of the riser day in !said month all the following i d<.- every entering Florida

r i Office Hours II Isecnn'd 1 several) fine (ion skins and, !Mnbedlottracts or .pareils of I md<. Twenty sizes, ] and grades
f !' -S. 12-1 7-s I I :situate and bting in \ohisii ...unt\. styles to select from _
t .. iiletrhidt'. the litter. however. they I londa.knoun and destnled :i>. follow\ '

\ I f DAYTONA rL..1 .\. 1 I till nut latin is a trophy of their Lot 11 and sbdiiMon! ; if tin I '(Ok)I SAL::1W ALL DEALERS

.'- !; : .skill hating rl'l'! it from a .northwest liarterofctlon! quarter 1.IIf township the ,southwist 19 1. south Manufactured
i IUJ:
.1 P. R. BENNETT M. D. I Ask Mr. Foster j : fiunil They relent tlM ducks as of range :11 cast, containing' oin'"' a, r
k shown l>\ map if :-". It. \\ iN*, tax asM.sorof S. W.
I :kt t 1. I rather sears anti i shy They had a Xoliisis <'oimtfiled Mtv: :{. ROWLEY'5ANMATIO. FLORIDA

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON : 1 pl.'a-vint trip in all respetts.III + 1'Ji.hrtl.!
1 lot ;a. suUIaision of lots! I .\11.1. l J.
Mr'r I i-i ,the (trixcllcr friend. hisothcis 1' ,"\A'ityJ.LL-Ljdj,
section :
t t. t l l"u"'e and lot for saU- IInvuth: \ township It.! south < f range
Phone 14i.( Office at residence couth- .{1 east eontainiDe: 4 acres. as !shown It\\
west corner of Ridge wood and Oranpatenueo 1 :art d.:1ring hunM'+ for mf.irmitioti of all ruts; here :: ; li.Jg,1.: I Ioue one \.':,r old U i : map of >. H \\il! Office hours 1 to :'I t and fi! to *< : ,' ruins. 1o.lth.l..r ;.\. .:'. Will sell I. \' rnunty, lorida !lilc l M 1.1\ t
: Jon will lind) tlevcnptne printed matter cnnccrmngtravel : furnished or iiiif rnibed I. Call or 1S97. with :dl the buildings tt.t'r."n tpthtrmith wg MO if

r Fred E. RanKin, .: ererywlierp. Mr Footer knows a great deal : 11dress Mrs I Margaret unborn DoDtt \ I m nts th<.n'\unt all.> belonging and singular: t!:. to AJKu. 1

:: *:'. ) ..inI .I. III: : M.l.nWJ:
Expert Accountant Books Open : almat Cnbo, Floncb. Jamaica and tlje whole Sooth 1. i spy,1'1 il M I.-t.
I iu- !-t,'aim'r I 1'acte Sam will proli-' --- -
ed, Closed; or (Adjusted. 1 (>nuntJ') lie will tell you about train stlioilnles and) 1 arrive fn her extended
lf ably t.\.hty m I NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS. r 1-- F.
Box 572, Jacksonville, Florida. will engage your Loins at hotels; he i ii alvagfal : trip to i Palm !leach and Miami. with In I'IT. 'nr f''tlTT. ><'\tilth Ju"l1' 1 1.1". 1 ,,'
Uit pI( I1.trr! '! I. III and! I I..r \
I ; j ; References: S. B. Hnlbard?:JJr. liti : tn answer' questions and to do everything toinaXeour : the original Charter l l"art aboard (t'utln*.\ ia a
I t Catitain \\'ill Mt-('ey says the (Uncle 1\ 'IUI'l.Inlh.l : 1 :
i I tens Dank of Jacksonville, People Hank : \' visit to Florida both pleasant and profitableMr is : II., '111.1-
I i I cud Truet ('0., and other : ; sun i. the fj-ttt boat of her <'latsun v ..
; i 2 roster s ('t\"i\'t,> are free-no fee are ever asked .:: the I Last C'oast anal i has been ','I'I' s' ri.s H Ti,-ml" I

I'I' New 1 IIr., accepted. So' when .toll are in < ::onbt you I lettersk : tning t.> pne it to the down river' I; Toru 1'uu It Thonia I e I IS
; YorkLadies' art ht'n'l.y requircti to t.. ,
tl 1: ,\ Mr I h ustcr 4 11t'l'I'le j | \\t\ .tT ring to rats any of the Dip of. complaint Sled herein aitnit -t : JIT ,

: their boats fir a good stake, but he yuu in th. aU>\*> ntitkil caUH. on "T .
1 .i i before th. 4th daof. March, ,\. |p .I ,\: .'Nt.N'1h.1A,... ,.. .... ..
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f"uuII'm, ..
Tailor I hale ut taking; his 1 1907Th. : .."n..m.. .w.. ... ........
I ti; : HE PROBABLY 1'it
: offer *: )Dajtona r.oiette-Neut; ; ," !SIlt ri_ :: "It. '1cNRlnf. ,
t'l Iv designated is the ( /'edJeel F .
: newspaper in w itch
: I Formerly of Fifth .: I fir> .\.1.11"11. 11-Nitil. th-ortiershallIt". publirfM-d .
Avenue La or1J. : : U-tto|\&th. one.a w*-,k
: t ened a store for LADIES' TAILOnI Fosters olTicts are at the Sign i' of tLtt.lQf'r : his I N'.Ilt-ol I :ir 1'i! listtrtet.. t..I.-1 i I f"r four cun..eutit'e wet'ks :1

1J.;', I fll in I. G and Remodeling, or anything 1. tion Mark in :. pi/;" Ntc 1 1:1.:::' tf tilts\\'itnrsr l.*>thdtf m\ hard Jinuarv'] and!. seal A. 1).of 19117.s.1M1'I:1.1) \ offi. ,.c. :: MERCHANTS BAN] __

Tailoring line. .
Also French 1: .
I JOIH>.\:\ ::D 8.n'" ,. _
Cleaning and Pressing 1 Jacksonville. St. Augustine. : NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. 1.\ \ PI Is.AHsl: : II|. l'Jk. :: ,.'. 1'.Iati." Count' 8.d.'

I In the rear of Aulttnan store r 1: IMMMI'mt,. :. : : : pitalMocL..... .. ... .. .. .. .. . i?

I corner Beach and Orange,(connected :. Palm Beach.iand.. 2 :\"tut. i-pi\\ n,that..! ,-.sjH-tuI |part- :' sf"r (I'ungdrtuan': { I'ersonal Liability... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,I
; .: ru rup! t'\I"tl1l1: \ t\\e 'n Landi A fish -
II, .1 ', with Aultman.) Special attention to : Havana, Cuba.Vashin ton. D. C. : an"i 1. I:. iiugt-r-ilij i- tin-+ day dioli .- T. E. :::;: Transacts General I flanking Business
-. Tailoring. Will call for 1 ", 1 b\' mutual t'l'D't'nt.lIoui"tan.! d
and deliver goods. i:ie a'T"utt-: due the firm may If pall | -I I Pl>" ('(\ut. Inteiest
I .. .. ..It ,.. I I. .' h-\ IIh.r I r. 1 J.. tit:- ATTORNEY AT LAW ; : : Compounded. Quartet; ( _

- STETLAND. .. .. 6' aii I 1 \\DiN.V: Flea:, ():\\"TO'rLORIOA 5 w ann n., ; Accounts -

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,, block 'nne| 1oI| :.'1'!........IIJ..IIJ..y."M., ) Ikposit Iiores ter Itrnt % +

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