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The Daytona gazette=news

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Title:
The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title:
Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title:
Daytona gazette news
Portion of title:
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title:
Gazette-news
Place of Publication:
Daytona Fla
Publisher:
Edward Fitzgerald
Creation Date:
April 6, 1907
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates:
29.207222 x -81.037778

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Abstract:
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.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1922?
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Daytona daily news
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Gazette-news (Daytona, Fla.)

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; ;;.'. city within the limit of the I lilted j and early history of the old rock birthplace, :smrni.i, and constructed ; Cards; Talking Machines, Dolls Tovb, and) Notions N

i State,, St. Augustine prides herself t>n house will prohibit ever reiuiin unwritten ,, the old/ stone buiMinc/ '14: ,
=Strohm Co. her ancient origin and the quaint| architecture -I la,torj, I It wi: here they built thiir homes t i! j U BARNESWill S

of old building! Newport II It !,o getting well along toward two :! rather primitive in design. mode of'dimtndons I
thinks that her old mill may ban been hundred years since Dr. Andrew' Turn. And !simple! of structure. *, also frame your Pictures, !sharpen your Saws! :

ti Successors) to built by Norsemen, but cirtumttance1,I bull tonvf-rtni the Old Spanish Minion I' planted: l their finii. grew their trgr. 1 :S Kniveo. Cciesnrs. Lawn Mowers, Etc, :nil d I will ,:

'- PECK & FOSTER. history and l tradition justify the claim into the C OM :<:ug. :ir Mill, ai it i M sometime tablesand kept fowl+. .\ft.-ra term ifthrw j ( repair almost anything that 11 nut of whu.k. i
that the Old Spanish Minion !situated known now'. Its quaint construction I years 1<*-nn-e fur uriibiill I ill gr\\ : h

F tnil7Groceries two miles west of :New Smyrna and the tine dul 1: walls and decree of 'I' ing Mlg:in'tine and il..li|ig: I I "old rock house" are perhaps the oldest erosion bespeak the early origin of this l II c {flUltI"fn'C'II..m! given 111f'i'J] le.mcs :
standing structures in Uncle Sam's do- picturesque ruin. Vs you inter this and fifty t acres of LindHemuneratne .. I
Gram Fancy 2; main. The old rock house is south of once" !splendid building you pass: undera returns 'Ii\ result of : BARNES i

us about twelve miles on the lJa.tona.Xew grand arch through the first w\11.: To their hbors mule Turnbiill ton avaricious t .

FoodNIT' Smyrna road opposite the Inlet the right after you piss this arch and and he forgot his pledges to them. : THE NOVELTY MAN. :
Little remains of the rock house today,I partly hidden h). julmettos bay and He continued to hold them as slates, : .
.lH,. I however, for during the past year it ha tbeen j..her trees andines !stands o another worked! them cruelly, and so held them : 40 South Beach St. DAYTONA, FLA. :
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1 almost entirely undermined by the : wall. This bide ,,'all. whuli doubtlessonce many years, their numbers dwindling to :: PI lt)11ln.: NIII

....................NNN-..... ... ........ ......... I shell Florida from East the Coat mound Railway in which taking it i helped to enclose a handsome about that he M)0;ha.lliiol effective workers It M Mid :. .IeI.ISISIS..1.t..SI.ISI.I.ISISI.I.t.IUSI.IIIS1:
upon chapel bas,tbree finely arched windows stocks' whipping post
Stop Darning I stands. It antidates Turnbull's time I the stonework massive and cut and dungeon; fur those who fII..IICfI.l l

when you'once the i but how long no one knows It was ', with a precision winch betokens: something In order to utilize the rich muck lands :...................................................:
buy new wear-
built largely of cocuma stone, a &t>ncj I i i A'cry much lIl"we.the. ColonialUses back of the high haniinock, Turnbull
proof, rub-droof, lincnrcinforccd"Cadet" I I composed largely of the shells of the coquina -, of manufacture. The chancel end had a large number of drainage canals 2

4 4 Stockings, made of plain clam. This ancient structure was I I of the chapel as well as the front in cut to the Halifax and Indian River! I CONRAD GROCERY CO.Successor i
yarn-twisted threads-so that
2Ox36 feet and stood upon an immense which is the tall arched doorway are in North These canals arc today discharging .
the roughest wear can find no mound of oyster clam, conch and other .
a good state of presenation Thechapel'seems the sujierabundant water as in .
a U. weak places. Dyed fa-t and .
shells, with which are found pieces: ofI to have stood injthe: anglej I Turnbulls time. In Daytona are anumbf.r
j pure, will never stain or burn I : ( to E. T. Conrad & Co.) :
These mounds ..
pottery. are not supposed -1 j I a far larger builder, the latter si-n which i prove a urce of interest"
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cents a pair guaranteed. l the work of "\I .nd Builders j
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r, >e ing probably as a inon.i!'tir> This: to visitors.
THE PECK-HENDRICKS CO. ," whose massive ruins are I'I larger building was in. the form of a The rich .Ult of land which l>earsTurnbulls : Carry a Full and Complete i
found in Ohio and .-hwhere, but are cros, each arm 1..0 feel in length IIuntlf' Tunibull I hammock .
('(,r. (Beach St and Magnolia \\- '., the accumulation of shell left h l the'I .
j Now drop in a little scrap t>f lu"tury --extini s fi. m the hradwati-rs! tithe :i Line of Plain and i .
YTma, I'LA.N Aborigines congregated on the coast It i* am:ttter.>f nenrdthitin :;eptendr Halifax I.. hl'i villnm. lnd>au li! I :. Fancy
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I MERCHANTS BANK I 1 1in : I It will pay you to investigate :
great numbers! to indulge in gi tron- H13 ('oluo.hLstarlol. pruliblyfiftymiles in length and' : .
'Br.n-% \'aI..1e CMaty Bat) omie(' fei: !ts-ojster', clam, conchs or rather the first since varying: widths, from a few huntlrt'tll j
Capital Rtocl... ...................................$ 50.00J 0.:1 I shrimp, cribs fish, turtles, terrapin, t
Personal Liability....................... ............... 100.(Nltl) ducks, Reese, antelope, hear turkey: the \\est Indies -fnr : I: .'*. It is: in this IiamnuM k. rich in : .
i Tra.MCU a Central. Banking ButlneM. etc., being some! of the toothsome beat I ing a fleet of M"\' I : : aMimiulitcd vegetable mold of many : GROCERIES :
: dishes of these! people's menu. At the men ",'ellanned. I I of decay, stn'teller of miles ;

14; per cent. I Interest Compounded Quarterly Paid on I: spots: marked bj these shell mounds ]I I and fijuippnl, and I w il I and there made immensely! and in We can save you considerable :
'i I Savings Accounts. l!! these first inhabitants! held their powWows -i!I mission to ""build! : !' nehrrbv I the piling of "shells'' .
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i !, war council, their green corn !j tion of the New \\oild! the ,\bonemcs: lurm; their feasts aewhere +
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{I i Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent' f| dances, sang their songs, recounted cperiences \-;(, religion The voyage to a h.d u|1">ii, tint, I"lurnUV I : $ vp 4) 4) 4> 4> S 3) i

... of the chase, practiced: arch- .tWoeril, :: iati< '(' t and l test, lIa''rt'll..r&IIg/': 31 1 f NHW wluwrr r. rnww, vimwiwm'imwMwtffffffffffffffffffffftfrfff't l ery, the young braves chatted l "-.illv i Xo time limit was imj> l theind .>.f Turnbiill lvritni I' __ .. little sentimental nothings" with the'| history records the : catne IIi. rfhdli.I. |hates. )! -'
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I III"lua\\8-1 all peoples] that in three years ( a |Mnut where forltear.tnit.n I| 1'N '
i WHEN YOU, ARE CONTEMPLATING ; have since Adam and will while time I back in chains i longer :i virtue. Threw "f Ihi.irl I .
; 'lasts-while the slimy mollusks stewed i the major happenings '... as, .ngpr..lrlFgalrs e-<','I..I.|
rjj getting a Galvanized) Iron Tank, a new Tin Hoof, a Hot Air Furnace: in the great kettles, the fat bivalves i What could l tie more : St. Augustine,I made known to The North Beach st. Grocer. :.

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modern popped on the roasting:: coals the venison I II the log of these ('\' governor there the state of the. New
the other metal necessities required to complete a
or of ) Telephone No. 19. :
any I browned on the spit over the )lire I the day they set sail to )' !:t e-filonv', 'n,..) were promised:

t ; dwelling remember that ; oak faggots; meanwhile the soulful were I Spain Thesec"els and protection under his Spanish .ISlSI...t.t.tIISt.t.t.t...I.I.IIIIISISI/111....SI.1:
3 ; chatting to the tune ..f their quaint : gether three years, j' so the first fine morning found
tringed instrument" But pardon: a'' months. Considering withdrawn as :body, a miserable -
3 I C. NASH'. dl SON-I fanciful digression! is.unquestioned) l) the IIf l the former hopeful colony: ..

1r DAYTONA. FLA. I The old rack house: had no reef these ter of the leaders of } today the desiendent of these n
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many j ears. Break in the concrete. it takes no great I form a large: percentage fir the
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are best prepared to Rive prompt and reliable service at fair prices ; floor permitted the growth of cedars tion to conclude that !! "" ('ity'". worthy |i.puhtion l What Do You Know
.y 'i ; which now tower above where the walls coisted the Florida !

General repair shop' on Yolnsia Avenue, next to the Armory. : itood. A niche in the wall indicated a Inlet now called () !
aster at The Austin.
I receptacle for the statue of the Virgin sed a< they must have l I
f Phone> ,3. Out of town work solicited. Mary rich hammock land, ) last holiday the 100" season About That ?

1 ..............................*.......*.*.... Standing upon the highest of these and proceeded to carry delightfully observed :at The Austin,
walls before the recent destruction, I btoll: '\ wish, that of Iris teen famous for its novel 'n-I
i .. > .Nt +...++.++**.+*.++.*.+.+****+**+**+++++**.1, what a magnificent panorama met the to dedicate the New \\ .. ,

L J. 11. GARRISON R. TAYLOR View. A painter's vision could scarcely i ti.>n religion The hi I \ the breakfast table each fluid. ) A real estate proposition in the cen- .

'' : excel it: giant live oaks with mossy : is rone! \\lio else ) I I at its plate a 'beautifully ''r' .1 hri": i! I:: 't j Running wire is the right :
; I way : decorations and set with lichens and I if The Aborigines: I '<| Easter esc.and at some "f the !I ter of town that earns 12 cent
:IH 11. 'j:1 i: ::1 and the right price is what we can ",. at tiich all had' per on
: seabon
I 'l tc,llt.J I : waving ferns"', wild oranges !lunging in that type of guests
1 i' I rd;! !ll j!: ,I. ela. \\f' ban f'JlfWnf'nff in electrical 2 golden clusters, palmettos and magnolias !style e.f cccIesiastK! meeting for many weeks a general !

.. \'.. clot! :q" "'!'I' ,: ;(; work and can: carry: workout : holly crimson with berries, cedars I much in vogue in &. : .. of Easter: cards took pliceMr :, $12,000, and you can buy this property
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: "I' i : and tall sighing pines: all about j'ou the time the New \\ Austin again treated the piestto I
';:,1.;. i tit'Y! to us. Reuse good material and Eastward a couple of miles: and Jon see Turnhull would "\ "&nt dinner surprise.' The ilming for $12,000. If you haven't but $6,000or
1. v1 r ;' I r. our figure on &good work are as :: miles and miles] t.f breakers in one long I anything like it for : : >m and Uibl l.- were artistically: d..'O- '!
4 low, if not lower, than you can ... with pilms and ferns, and 1 each ,
lIt.' 1: white line, and the blue illimitable sea pose-, and those who trifle less it
even a can buy
i obtain elsewhere. We mule ana Curving from you a few white perks on I with the d.tail..f Ins !' found a souvenir, bunch of hand- i you fist
I inspection of our methods. s: it, sails set to the breezes Directly in his colony know that par..r Mtgnolia-j msid of whuh''! I
9 f : : front is the Inlet, dividing as it comes, tire for the ....r"hip"f :i lci\I <'on taming .I..r..1 I | rand}.1' the same and the rest of the money

2t Daytona Electric Co. north is the Halifax, south the Indian I wa. foreign to his ', Tin tables' were so pretty and the .

.: .> South Beach Street. :: River north. To the left Ponce Park s 1 1+n\s no other way to \ so; unique that a chorus or will cost you but 6 per cent, so you see
,' .11. 232 2: with its giant lighthouse tower, to the I (lrt''f'nl'f'If this : >e :and delight' arose as c.r as I
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( Our Prlcei are Rlaht-3>racblntor, the B..t. : mangrove bushes to whose roots and I to theciHsN:: Iv tie |lr"l'ri.t..r other fellow's cash.
I F.ltablllb :.t .Iare COIO\\ his wif... 1
".. submerged limbs as is often the ca-e 1
; f le-: ,. / Stationery and : with the lie oak., cling myriads c.f <'>'5-1 j I>r, Turnbull has l' I Pretty good proposition isn't it ? I II
1. i I Portable Engines : tees so truly "oj"tcrs grow on trees in j I before formally Two Booze Dispensers Sentenced.

: Z and Boilers, Florida." I doner, who Ret William VriioH, :t iilored know all about this and will be glad of
_ From the sea this old rock !house was I years ago brought his .' I |
SAW MILLS. THRESHERS. (': known" n" )lIlt t"rmilk Hill,
Mr 2 difficult of access You go in at Mosquito Mmorcans from the : !

:; : ORIST HACHINES nit .-3....SHINGLE all kl... .! Inlet, leave the Halifax a little :. may be worth 'tating l liquor guilty before to the Judge charge Stewart of illegal, it :ale lv- the opportunity to tell you all about it I
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i Write today for our complete catalogues. We can save you mont'). serpentine course among the mangrove families from the improving the public highwiTsf and show it to you.
familiar thou 1 the rich ]
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Address all letters to ; '
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: el SwtYNN1 F ,yta Sur t, with the route can go by water. Ow- I Inlet
: 2 COMPANY ATLANTA, UEORULA. said toha\e The alubrit of the Helen Houndtree, a du.ky dime from '
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;:: lOs. fIL! -_-, -----------_v)pp -pplY.- i and pirates. It is: related that this little band from a: I I
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i REALII vessel was wrecked near the Inlet and fish explorers and Xli)is.. ilary Ihxon of Lrid eton,
'r: BUTLER a the crew butchered, they deserted the bull got permission to J.. who hive: been spending the .................tete........................

:: ;, J. C. ) ESTATE. rock: house,leaving the victim suspendedin which he secured as at or near Palatka, visited

-. 'J, .. the doorway. Here the skeleton diterrancan Islands : I Mr. and ilrs. D. D Rogers, on

l .,"" Cottages For bale or Rent. Phone 234. dangled for tome time and was removed Greece. They located I Beach street, for several days I Buy the Gazette-News Pictorial Edition.HtfItY.
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; THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS I the winter at t tine Hraneli Knave, ;::

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY : SEABREEZE and : left Tuesday! for I Indiana. The New The largest il] i

II J. J. Binhop came up from Miami this'

r[ T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor I DAYTONA BEACH : (Thursday) morning on a vi-it to hi* If .
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f -- -- I family. Oil If of souvenir l goods ; !

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in the L .. Ijcabrcczt; April .)-A cottage across occupying rooms > |>

( INCORPORATED ) front the Wilmans Opera House on left Thursday& morning for St. Augustineand ; Stove i il to be found .inDa= j ; sI

-- -- Ocean Boulevard the property of Miss! other points! of interest on their way I Ii : :

Entered at tie Postoffice at Daytona Florida, as Second Class! Mailer. Vernon, occupied by J. R Williams i home.

arul mother was destroyed fire Sunday Mr.( and I Mrs. Wlllfllnll1rull.hy. who i iI I : tuna at the .,j ; 1 1i

morning about 3 00 a. ni. Mr, mate' l Inset. oeeupv'ng the ('o<|uiria Lodge I I II : .

{ SUBSCRIPTION RA TES. Williams and Lie mother were sleeping; on tie l la h. left Monday( moining for I I .1' : -.I:

One copy one year-.__.._..._.__.___-._...................-...---.......11..VI. in the upstairs bedrooms. Mrs. Williams .. their home in Minncaiolis, '(illll. I II 'I i
: One six: months _ ....... ...................-.--.-.... .".., who was awakened by the sound< I Miss(i Wallacewho has: 11f'I'nith Mrs.( Different from other oil stoves. Superior becauseof ''i

t.;;- One copy copy three months..___......__.--............-.-..-. ......... Ant of falling, plaster and the crackling ol.r Todd' this winter has= returned t<> her its economy, cleanliness, and easy operation. The I The Shell Boat. J JI i. <

ADVERTISING RATES. the blaze, called to Mr( William thai i i homo in .\Arkansas.I .
I Jlagi.ind: wife ha\r itiotnl into .
that MtmcthiiiR: unu>ual was going: on NEW PERFECTION ..
DISPLAY ADVKUTlSliMKXTS.; down fctair I'JI'III"I1f'nill the o 1I1 i i.It''. i j tin- ILIUMnillit Iy |plln.II.1 of :Mrs.I .

;, Hate iuch insertion to regular advertisers-........ ..................--.... cents I I I I J T.nM. I J'
Rate per inch jicr insertion for less than three month............ ... ........--...I ; "'lit" door the MifTocatinj: ( Miiokc I thai fillet (iille S Dock, ;;: '.
Rate per per inch per per insertion for single insertion...... ......................................: home and 1 in imii babv. i is rejoicing II
down stairs to gi'.. ilio al.mn. u : new"
LOCALS.: '
NOTICES OK

.', kate per line each insertion READING..... __. ____............................. .10 cents Mrs. Williams followed 1 immediately am.!I. "' the The heaits canI4l...f the Inn hoii.-diold a dance- Mondayevening ( fuel expense and lessens the work. Produces'a ::1 I R. T. McFadden. i; ); :
RATES FOR CHURCHES. LODGES, ETC. as she teacheil thcMttinj: ;room the kitclien gave strong -working flame instantly. Flame always
and church notices, other than religious was enveloped in Hanicsand red blazi, : which was much enjoyed by theparticipants. immediate control. Gives results JI
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All club society oanization.lode& quick ..... .
t services, 5 cents per line. Cards of thanks 50 cents each. Resolutions, ."> cents wa.. licking up the walls of the dininf; I TI..- follow ing arc among without overheating the kitchen. Made in threes I
line. Legal advertising at legal rates. and hi few minutes their <1' I the recent arrivals at this |M>pul.ir winter : *
per room, a eap les. Every stove warranted. If not at yourdealer's. .. .. 3
GENERAL PROn IOiS. would have 11f'f'1shllt and I .summer resort hotel: Mrs. Sara
.. i by way "f tin stairs write our nearest agency for descriptive
.- No single charge for display advertising of any kind less than :14)) miH.. ..IT. II' IIear, Germantown, P.i.; Miss Jennie circular.muRjtoLamp. Winton Automobile :
Good givvn advertisement. An extra chargeof :i'nt IHT ir..hwill MorrUtown( N. J.lrs.. Mul- _
; position : every time the Hamilton ; wa'"
In the shortest possible: general I
than be made five for inches.ads with specified positions. No special I jioMtions piven on adslegs << :11mn3.. given and:1 self-organ.t I ford and Miss Mann( liinghamton/; N. J J'it I To Exchange 1

:: No advertisements accepted for the first page. il.'Oll"Mlyof l firemen went to work t..11 Y.; I. M. Metlake.( Marquette, Mich.; =

Extra charge made on display advertisement containing, nn avcrnpeof more rescu' Midi furniture as could Iw reach. (;eo. A Ifc.ughton Miss Itiiiighton: For Real Estate.' ;:
than 30 words to the inch. and t Washington l D. t*. : f
i ciifroiii the burning building <
All bills payable on the first of each month. and wife U. the best lamp for all.round household uc. We have a client who has' a i
II. L. Tobin Cleveland
._ -- tae the joining cottage: owned bMr ;*r ; Made of brasi throughout and beautifully nickeled.)
----- -. I IVrnard and Mr. Haigh Fortunatfly Mrs. J. A. Goodinili Providence, I R.! I.; Perfectly constructed; absolutely safe; unexcelled Model A, 50 h. p. Winton; Automobile

: SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1907. the night \\"iwrfectly still, :an I T. I D. Camplx-ll, wife snd child.Chicago; in light-givinj power; an ornament to any room. fully equipped, new : -
I Every lamp warranted. If not at dealer's, '
heat I 1':. I). Tohcn and wife, are among the your -
tinlight bieeze created by the in the of 'condi
I write to our nearest agency.STANDARD tires, and pink
: ;. .. ..;....;............:1 I rurnmi"i'JII.-r" refute.1 I minor repair- carried north. which was the least point late arrivals at the White 11""",, Tineprtronage OIL COMPANYNorman tion; car cost $3,800. Will exchange ;
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such
.r this hou- has IK-CII
i ) :!
The residence ;
of wasonsiderably
; Th rf'l'ort..f' the Ma'e auditor wasirescnttMj danger. llaigh .UI ""UL&TU) '
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS : I I Mrs. How- for gilt edge real estate : .
the that Mr. and .
season -
i ordered filed and published.. / scorched as also was Irs.lkTllard's past -

I i URGE REINSTATEMENT .il its: required by law. It will bv found in : bicycle hoube. However, by arJ have decided to have the dining or first mortgage.If .

: OF JAMES W. PERKINS. i another column of the Gazette-News.: the heroic work of those pn:>cnt. both room enlarged to a seating capacity of you have desirable real

I Mry Clews of Daytona, was allowed houses were saved. I forty guc:.:. Many have been turned I estate you desire to trade for ;

,. i --- :1 I $5 per month and S10 for two months The loss; to Miss Vernon will perhaps away the past month for la k of sufficient one of the best automobiles ;

: : At the meeting of the County be covered by !SOO), Mr. and Mrs. Williams I! accommodations. I

.. f Commissioners Monday evening I I pastOn the recommendation of .\ sCrsor lost all their dining room furniture -;j A biithday rC'f'l'tiQna" given Mr.I .-. manufactured see us at once. :

j the following resolution was unanimously I Wilson, Dr. J. A. Van Valzah of Daytona included in which was a handwmc I Stephen, Smith at her, residence Wednesday I I Daytona Real Estate and In. : 1.AWHITRYT .

":. adopted: : I Beach was allowed a rebate: of sideboard brought vcr from England, | evening by her many friends. The S. DaytonLUMBER. surance Company. C. S. Harris :

: : Whereas, we are informed that I 11700; in valuation to apply on lOOt; tax. as well as all wearing apparel. I I I lady. returned from prayer meeting to Manager.

: certain charges: have been preferred Mrs. Mary L. Stanley, of Daytona The storm Monday night trashed find her liou.-c in the hands of her ... ..... .
asked reduction in the valuationof the entire of the friends. A pleasant ocial time was f'n.
tor a nearly length
: J ; against James W. Perkins, as I. II away ..
i 3 County Solicitor of the Criminal the Stanley House, and the iintterwas Clarendon pier and d\magell.the underpinning joyed. Htfrekhments were' served during -or

{.I Court of Record of Volusia (County referred to Assessor Wilson.II. of one of the bath houses.: A I the evening Such neiichborly ineidinN .- IMi. \V.A. ,OVE,
Florida. C. Haven addressed communication few sections of piles still stand: to represent remind that tine "milk of bumunkindne '
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i ] ; "
r < > And whereas the Governor of the to the board calling: its! attention to the 900 feet of pier. l Dr. Totter, it !." ix not merely a figure; of YanI M.iKnoIi.-i: Avniur ansi) .K. E. ('. Kail tray. Also'

State has seen fit to suspend the I the fact that the pump on the county is understood l l"ilI, rebuild at UII.'('. At I. I"'h.| I }1'Iaus) )KstiiuateH: i and.) :Siiwrintoii\ | well between and Del-arid was the I each wreckedappearance Mr ami Mr,. Walter Claik iniv..l.einltheir !
-T .1; ; said James W. Perkins from said Daytona present presents a beautiful winter home on I the. I Halifax *o:! Sniili" I Ifcwh Stnrl.V.. II. KDMONDSOX: ) ) ) Manner: ,
broken and that he would fix it without and i fo strewed for miles I
v i office And; whereas we are satisfied :. charge if the county would pay for the with ,driftwood mile j 1",1"0; and I thewashup ; and I left M..n ii.. yiril ami n-sMeni-o.< "* .Ilrsw: ....r, UMtivwood mid "nl"I\:

material. The proposition was accepted.After from the sea. Midi.ISev.. I'HOXK: HU.
aforesaid
) | that the charges are I ... .
i the transaction of other routine Mrs. Meyers( who has last here, r..rpu.t I : Kirk: and rall.ilH" I the *r.itef -- .- a

; false Now; Therefore, be it resolved ill business the board adjourned until the month ..r two will leave Mondayfor ( .. 111 rieipientthis n.nnnrniiig: of :. lx>\ Ifornmng.nc I DRS. ATWOOD RAWLINGS[ :

Iftth when they will receive the bid for Atlanta. from their, generous IId.I.r.. I
the Board of
that we, as County .
i I the construction; ..r the Duylona-IV- if J. II. !! J. X. Camlile.: i ,
Commissioners of Volusia County I Land rond.COPIOUS!. :Sidney the HaiKU southeast purchas'-d and northeastlots ( I| W. I'. It-! Lu.nii u.d family I. ft Wi..l- ........................... .......................... Physicians and Surgeons.Dr. .
i in the Trreger
Florida, do urge the Senate i .
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( ('!i.II\- for their t home I in Sprout Itniok i
I interest of the tax payers and in i -- on Ocean IJoulevard and Atlantic : : Attention, Tourists. AttMHHlt ofhW, No.2; H. UUltwwond.llr. !.
also the SilL Morris( house mill IX. Y.f I II
avi'iiue, ;
: justice. to 11..id James W. Perkins I RAINS lot Ocean Uoutovard.Dr. I 1'ev. Kirk haojieneil a i hurch regis- i iI \".1| alii.| ,".r. ..f l I'iiH- i'i.mrll.; Von v. ii. lind I IN-! |I.ur"t AsworlHH-" ( ltiw liiitrxolfti-eiMerCiilk'a drill Vtoiv
on !
that they do reinstate him to ------ --- ------
: I fir wlu'eli is alreiKly proving, it-elf a \'al-1 I I.in..t"Brio'I.." and
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of and :Mrs.! Island have: recently
\i I the position of County Solicitor ualje ..r hf.irmmiati.cm. I
] Meefsxory C. C. BOHANNON
l>eeu making considerable impnixemcnt I Best of at the
| the Criminal Court of Record of I HAVE FALLEN. t .- i Quality Cigars
Volusia Florida.IDELANDDAYTONA. in I their handsome home ly-tJll'.sPa.
County
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c Electric fixtures have been in, i I Railroad Information or Reservations Physician and Surgeon.
:...... ..................: H K K light : put I i CITY HOTEL.
the house is receiving a coat of paint anew (;:nil (III W. I). :-t.ark. traveling pas.-"h- :
Accompanied by Strong Breezes ()tliie the A wood I'hnruiAejr,. l\I.h
over
stable; has l>mi Imilt for the aeomo.dation iger agent, Atlantic Coast Line. onVe I it Oniltxeeinie.. I I ollin rlj h ny tonu HOIIM-I" .) ..

Beach Property DamageJ-Iloth of their fine horse Ida, and the i with Conrad Heal Estate C'oiniany: I !'street IUYTO.\A, FLORIDA.Telephone .
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Ts.'"" <,lii7o; ni 0 l'ran: <,Ii of, lot,n.-n-s Ii;>MMX.iliO. .
: Ocean Piers are done. new Stanhope pliarton, ju..l arrived.Mr. | C..nra.J block c.pp.r-it ('ity Hall. Two Xo. 74.

( Diggctt, Sr.. of Manchester Kng-' days ,-aehn f k, Tuesday md Sal tmr.l.tv.:

1 ROAD IS'ASSURED.V section The long la. t wished Sunday) for night.rains The fell droughtthat in this land, "vho has lain here on :1bit In ; '.lUUa.):( Li.. to I2.INI: ( ) in. AddaJn", l- ( II. MATTHEWS, Proprietor. E. L. STEWART M. D.

hii: son, W. I. Diggrtt. for some time- i< omeeb..x .;>19.! I Daytona) ( il'riila.NOTICE. .
had l been experience! Ifor month past: left for iH-troit Midi., where he \. ......+v.............................. ............. 2 Physician and Surgeon
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It K K has been broken and 1 horticulturists -
effectually ;
; liefurc returning
\\'iIli..it another son -- -
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Mp""lal attention to I>t.!ai of tbeEYK
County Commissioners Have .Drawn are happy.The to England.: ; . . . 1
-., . . . . !)r .'.'.C..J te .i it. i;: fi ti; fiI
rain commenced Sunday evening Miss( M. Jones wino has luf-n. mvupy- i t : :, EAR THROAT antI KOSR

.i Specifications and Called for Bids and was accompanied by high u hid, resulting lug the Johnson cottage! : left for I ItostonWednesday. i :-;"alo..ll.iJ"fI'I I hereby' r''I|ties.ld. to in- I !; Office and retl for the Construction. in some to propertyalong I submitted to the, Clerk ..( ti" (Circuit; Palmetto
.S iainagr The accede
Court: "ii or Ixfoie April Kith, 1007 for it i Seaside Inn. i iI I
That there will be a hard surfaced ::; the Ix-ach. The :grandstand:; of Mr.( Plumb, Irs--- of the. ('ol.mules, II the building and eonstruction. i.( t the Telephone( -

road between and DeLand I' the Florida Kast: Coavt :\Automobile. ; and family lave for tin-, north next 'I'I hard in.rface: road I IM'lw.'f n I DeLand andHaytotia. I
Daytona now IM.th'' 1 i: (jf oi.n '1\: lmIzr.: : : :. rm.t.cisii.tlm.; 1'. '
sociation was !swept away, and i : I IVI.-iil'tl: >|Mt-ifiVatioti: follow" I : 0.) Q.A.KLOCK.M.D.Physician ; )
: seems a certainty. At the meeting of Tuesday.Mrs.! I Ie, .
: the County Commissioners held at De-. ocean piers are practically ruined.About I. ( Ortli entertained the following I The<< Ifctard .4 County t (CoiniiiKiofiersrescr I !' Now "|1'..n fur theM-iHi.iM.4 f 1!Mts..7 under I tl..- iiiaiiiijr.-tm-nt or I IMowner.HORACE .

Land Monday evening and ,Tuesday fifty feet of the Clarendon Pier pleasant: party Wiilmfday evening, \ the, riulit lo rejx-l any and I allbids. : and Surgeon. -"' \
morning it was voted that a committee is gone and nearly seventy feet of the viz.. Misses Pearson Misses(i llorgman* I I ; F. STEWART. j
Keating Pier. The ocean approaches: to i:. i.. ii ii"iai: :. I 139 S. Ilidgewood Ave. Phone 2->. f.
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he I Miss Halo, Miss Helen Hurgman* and H..I..U..IIM-an.l I H.-U ilimteil H.tTtonu Ibin-h.' Tli hotel l
appointed to draft and publish '. | on m HKxIiTtl ill | .J
all bridges! are badly washed and considerable Attest : dim. ltd. ( .i. ( '.mi.S.nmnii : Office Hours 12:30-3 p. m., 6:30-8: p. m.
plans and specifications for building a I Jerome bergman I Deliciou conftction : I II. Jordan, Herk.I.NSIWJCTIO.NS ;I i all if .tI['[><.intiiients with large. vry plei.aiil rooms, overlookingthf i I --1"
hard surfaced road between the two i beach. wreckage i U !strewn, along the and cakes! were served and the occasion : : 'iei>nn. 'Hi'I& "I'IM.ito. Keatin: ;.(V i'-isino nnd h-enii i'i'-r. DAYTONA FLA. :

principal cities of Volusia County and I wa full' of enjoyment for those: : : FOR IUOUl\fi.: I '.
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ask that bida be submitted at a special: 'I The telephone line of the. Florida last: present. P. R. BENNETT M. D.
Coast Automobile .\;;!K ciation w.-n also: I entertained tin- I I. All .bid-. to N- "" :11..1 and delivered ii::1 Surf Bathing is Unex elled. I ,
. : meeting to be held April 16. Commis-I swept Mrs.! Alice (;iod.smark to the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ...rIwf..rf'
sioners W. II. McBride and A. H. Ry away.Stewani ladies of. the Clarendon orchestra lat l I 1''o'clock: a. m. \prilll;, l JIO! I .
: '. ,
I>Ohm, of the Automobile I I !' '!'!'!' !'YY.'i '!' .fiYii i .r.-. 5ij.uimnjjnj': : :; ;j55 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ..
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land were appointed as the committeeand Friday afternoon. !. The bids shall IK tinitn'ii (XT lin ,
they already have the plans and Club House, reports that l'Of'kPt're i L. Z. llurdick is vHting; : his daughter ('alrnil.. for the whole piece of work }
seen ascending from a Vessel; off the I 3. Kids I will )I"> rci-eivcd for grading:: / Phone 14ft. OffiV at residence aouth-
specifications drawn and a notice Miss (Jrace: who is a Stetson pupil at Niagara Hydraulic .
appears coast to the southeast Monday( morning I the I>cl.and-Diytona( road and. I for hard Engine sscsteornerof Ridgewond and Oranjwaventie
in today's Gazette-News callingfor I DeLand. He will return Monday even Mrfacing said road. "lltr&I.I| : ..r .-!' I *. OHk( hour 1 to :J ansI 0 to H
bids. : but nothing further tins IxTn heard: : w h.I.I. ... w ill ii N liver \\nter,( in ;iImmnlamiet<) |In rxiinls within z

from the vessel.; I ing.Mrs.. fiodsniark i is lily i.mn.ibuilt J. .iiiI< "..,k to li.> |IlIli.1 l tot b\ into '"f the It II---------- -
having a | !SUHRV.' rcquir'-H !
At the meeting held March 16 the following .I absolutely no atfcn- : f
The electric light::; cable became tangled :i in her yard whidisho will set to County Warrants drawn on. th r.uifinmid. HD. D. AND C. ROGERS
resolution was adopted: "On with the I Ie'ery I. and I
telephone most
motion of A. 1L Ryland duly secondedby systeri i large lotus. lilies a number whiehhe, I, 5. .complet'd and :".... I'It.1 miles CIVil. ENGINEERS .
in the burned!
T. J. 'phone city was out. ha already budded.Daytona of work; shall tx- paid for eah n.onth nritrfrrroTJOSEPH:; OSBOHHF ...
Murray, it is the sense of the The 'I I .
water in the river :
was exceptionally with exception of i 2'! |tar cent of the DAYTONA:FLA. ) DAYTONA and
board after a careful investigation of and there whicli shall be retained by the Office* .
high was a M-urrying to I amount :
? the present condition of the DeLand get boats to safe lleach. April .V The young County Commissioners; until the entire 1 MIAMI. FLA.
I. % and Daytona road that the same be refuge school determined road i is completed *************** *********** >.***. ...*.. *. ..._... ****
The which ladies! of the public are *
catapillars were numerous: i
and is (I. The .bidder. for the hard surfacingof (Daytona Office Established 1875.
hereby accepted as the most before the rains have all dissai: >carcd. t'i have a line CrIUlI t groundand ; ) said road will >lie required to put Up ** --- -

practical route to Daytona! and that Sunday afternoon there was consider to that end they gave an entertainment 510,000.00 I ( bond for the faithful.. | 5 5I f
t this board proceeds at once to improveand able hail: in several set ti"ns. hereaboutsand at the Keating: ca.-ino lat week I of his contract I S. H. GOVE .

hard surface the same. Carried the temperature rather chilly.Never I that netted them :?:!). 7. All of *aid work to IK completedby *.
January 1 I. lMi\! () except said time of j
unanimously. before _in_ the.n_ hi.vtorv n.. __. of. the..._ Mrs. C. I.. Horn has lieen entertaining enmiilftuiM klifilt IM ..irtf>...1..1 for ..llelt I I CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 1HILIIKH ASH ronucrol

;. Commissioner Murray for some rt'a-1 "oldest inhabitant" has Florida experienced : two of her friendMrs.. Reinhardt and time;;;: as the; contractor; may I,.. d II laved ; .. .: Residence. and office, nortbf' ronwrof

I son or other regretted.: his action and such a drouth as the past fix )(Schulicn.: After :pleasant visit of I b}' acts of find; strikes all.l..tI..r. enthuse" : DAV10NA I
KHACH. Rill wood
FLORIDA. and VnliiKia avenoet.
"hkh he inn" control.Specifications .
over n.
moved for a reconsideration stating months and the rain wa mote than usually !;- a week, they left Tuesday for Winter .

that he did not wish to shoulder the responsibility. welcome. Haven. : : I I'hoiM fl9. Daytona. ITorl l lI

As Mr. Brooke was not I Outside of the damage: mentioned to The offertory( Sunday at the M. I E.pla'I..1 :. for (iradinKtheUel.anJ- tiinitr-; I'ti iiiiSlhlL'I( on SlititOti'e, ( : 1- -

present at the meeting in which the resolution -i the piers and grandstand:: the projiertydamage church, | by Mr :and Mrs I Wilson:" lJa)ton a RoaJ. ... .. 1I I I Hiia. n Wright 1'1.' IL Wright,Jr

I was adopted Mr. Ryland cecondcd was very light.Ormond.. with \iolin and 1 cello, and piano :Icrorn.I 1. The road to extend from min... city I I : I .
f :
ftic reconsideration motion and it I jpanimrot by Miss! M.iUe Horn added! I,, limits ".f Iel.and. : to the city I limit of J All work limn- in Mrictly: first-class I WRIGHT & WRIGHT "I
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I
:' prevailed. The original motion was !I much to- the enjoyment of the, splendid Daytona along the line of road I a.- laid ; manner. .
I out at present as per metes and I bound-- I I i.e .
j then put and carried with all the commissioners I i morning service. .. '' ..................... *
i .. of record in the otliec of the Clerk .r the ...... .***............... ...***., i Attorneys-at-Iaw.
voting in the affirmative except The recent work ( raiding and buildj -| the Circuit Court, except that: said I line I

)lr. Murray, who voted in the neg I .. 't j ing a long: jiorcli to connect the three is i to lio straightened where tlccrnci! i

' ative. The Gazette-News is informed I business houses of the McCullougli( .block pratticnnl1e, by th. JWrd of I County'ommissioncr Office in Telegraph office D L.'SII.E'es -
:! !I .......SISSSSISISe ... ,
Ormollfltil 4-The l-m; looked for ('' *. ?.......................
however that Mr. is favorable has added hundred to till'appc'lTalu..f
cent .
Murray now a :
rain came .Sunday night:; aiiompanuilby per 2. :Said; road to !is oxietl| up ui-, .
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to the project and will aid the building a northeast gale, doing nnieh damage | this block. thirty Ion t in width, except whei. w: MALLORY : i ;j:=:====- :==n=:i it

of the road in every way that he can. i Tho.i. Keating was down from l'alatka'edtncs.iay are to !*' made and in that ca"e all fti:! S -
::; along the river to the launches antirow | Neville H. Clark
i \\ looking; over the damagei are to altoye high water mark and r. : I t
The DeLand Supplement designated Itoats.; The worst :MI far r'pflrtf..1 l i I. I I le.than I s-Ktcen feet in width on top ? LINES
as the newspaper in which the de. the guard-rail to\" oft the Nettle; 3. i wrought to the pier by the gab-. I It is! :3. Said< I road I to lie cronniii I MI a- ',. : : 1
{ understood that the work .>f rebuilding give r drainage HIM I r.riiinm,'. h OPTICIAN.
linquent tax list shall be published} for bole in the Hulow; and the Ohio. .f lro'l"| S
the! pier \\ill begin at an rally: date lie ..litsi.omi. raeh s id'. : SPECIAL! PASSENGER.
tied j
Daytona to the docka ballytn'cd EXPRESS
the year 1906. The applicants for the"pie" up : !
I. :;.Iifl nutd l>nl to Irf'tlealieii < fftmn -' /
were the DeLand Record I>t-- up and fillcthitln water.Tuesday I estimatehi- |In's ut something ovrr |>.". r..ts. ansi l |>.ilin..ttn.t. SS

Land News and DeLand Supplement.The many guests' of the hoarding <3000. ; :'ail.'ad Ix-il to !is, l i' fl i:, STEAMSHIPS.S
houses well the Butler .t: L'onald have recently ( llettrd m<. itii ermdition ready to rttt-iM t ti.i i : 1."IC".t: LII.I m..t thoroughly, e.uin-, | pa*"" .nZer:. ..| ,, ,, .. :
as
publication was awarded to the : as : cottage people.went the saleThe: Citatum hard >.urfa. .. Mail material.i S ,i.atNO Iennis,1|m n ihI'ASSKXC.KILS
following !
Gazette-News last Tear and it was not to the beach to see the surf roll in : I OVrlliritOYDIU.:I ;. S
this time. The Gazette- with the tremendous high tides. It was (Mum hoti an aspirant : I \ \H'" IOSITI\J.\) (
and the George I). l 1'itiley hou-e and : Important (;.I\Jt.\\TU.l: : : : ) : ji Examined Free.
Newi has made arrangement, however' a grand sight especially for th.'so whocamr I i Specifications for Hard Surfacing; the : .n tI.. "". Chills'. aM 1m lkLtai .
ioi
lot on the same avenue; also: two lots on : I... 111II1I1..r "r Wi.II.11P. i to .Ju1..1 :
isrtlns tine !
fir
ltoaJ.I.
to publish the delinquent tax list in full from the west.Mrs. UeLlnd.atona} seating ('ahIafity fir iining) ilaili,
:-'caLrt't'ze1\1J", belonging! t.. T. I.Winitttn. I'. S "urin nil .elswfngers ioj"ilnal,) !'f'fC"f' arid tllIllI in' S II At dark Store.A. .
for the information of its readers and I Nichols It'ftun.lay: for her homein I. The road to extend from the eiivlimits attf'ntion. i M Jewelry
of Miami. ha\e l,, sold to .. : : ; : I.EAVK: ; J.l'Kt"JI.U:; ) ; : ...
: & 'en of JK'Lind to the div limit- .fDaytona EVERYr ; THI1It .
it Will appear simalUneouslv with the Tewkibury, Mass.I. : (tS':; .. :-.h..IIII.; I.f ,.hip" in n'Jri.la :
Silts! P. HubMl, of New York.; Piiees i over the graded route : Times-Unun.)
I first official publication. II. Sawyer and on, Join left Friday < Z.aid: road Ix-d t.i Ix" hard slIrr..... 01 l I.mvisT; R.\1'I: To XI'.ORK: A 3ii h .'sIJ. I'OISTK I
and I lsOO. .
for St. Loui, Mr( !*. Sawyer and wen00\ $1300 Through in the center to the width ..f eight fet-t. : In (nu.Iing; .1..Jiht'ul: It.\ .I.HiJlTlI.. thmulll. .XflRTII. .S
Commissioner Potter reported that Master( Eric will go later. the !same agency Ja.'. Keenan bought 3. Sail hard surface shall: I be made of. SS .\Wl') "si.t: ,ISI.\Sh, .tI. : ; L. Reid, the Tailor 4 4is

the Ormond road was about completed one lot of I.. '.. Kurdiik, located on marl or -hell. who' h mail or shellha!) S Tinr.imgii'tj...; Lets. ...ld to Northern iK>iDtn' "'.,r full i

and that the prisoners were making Dr. J. n. Kinney fir $>t. Augustine, Peninsula Drive and} oneof J. (t. ISrown approved, by the County Commi.eion..r :S rarlinJ tickets: ,! He( nUrnl'tihn". apply t,,, offered! bv t.ther lin<- JiaKra'n', ri-w-rTation rniation. I: i again at the Globe clothing storsJ]
the road from Day- was: in town Sunday.Get This i is all : Itr thtir agent. Said material '
headway on on Valley street. property tailorinf
good shall be laid of the thickness as follows. : CHAS. DAVIS I and is prepared to do your j
Beach to Ponce Park. Commiaioner *- -- -- -- located in Daytona Death. Prices of 211 West Hay Strt
tona :
Nine inches deep in center and ix inches S in first-class HepairinRj sadrI
Murray reported repairs on the the habit. Buy the Gazette-Newa the last two were $42i:; and tl">0 respectively. deep on each side, the same to IM. prop I ti.o.; II.Florida l'aslt'n"r! Agent.Jacksonville. .1oTlda. I shape
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i I Augustine celebration Wednesday i

: Local Paragraphs. : Mrs. Emma Edick is visiting her PASSES AWAY. REALTY DEALS Horseless

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daughter and family in Jacksonville.E. :
*We are not selling out at cost. .It n 9. r.
W. Wallace of ltock led is
We have not reduced our prices. gf', Nathaniel Hasty, of Ponce Park, Died Extracted From the Books of Recordfor I /
the of his brother J. I .
They were right to start with. We guest Last Saturday-Other Deathsin Volusia County=Numerous -
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Wallace.C. .
are getting new goods! every day. this Vicinity. Transfers. I Wireless telegrapyT-!|

All goody: engraved free. A. U. "fife was over from VaU I
Nathaniel Hasty: ont f>f the rliolirtT l Laud. Ha, .1r. 4-The (following
L. II. ROWE & (".,. The Jeweler this week f.r a few day: visit with dtiun" of Ponce Park, died la-t Saturday } transfer (.f I.rul'f'rl in and about I>u>- i :
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his f.imily.. aged 71 years. tona have bw n recorded in the office hf ''
George C. Bolles a Miami i attorney : i Now .
Mr. and Mr. Hasty came to llii-t M-itiou m [ theCkrkof the Circuit Court tt IVkind lardless cookery: 1i
visited with his grandmother l ,; Mrs. Ge: E. Shepherdleft '
r 1870 and settled At Ponce Park, where recently:
Mrs. Jnlia It. B
Another shipment of "Allegrctti" Dayton, Ohio. j jMM. I He conducted a store at that |>lcc, and, '< Mails'ry. <
hoculalrs.. HINKIVS: TinDruggist.) ( ;li. Scliring' exiMvl* In cirel! for many years' "ILi.-t>V waatheMtx! ,k- 12.i fl. I..t 4M.Mk :t, Mrnifiito. I There was a time when Lard was!' considered that which is digestible i healthful, and a real Qf'
JIIR: I'l.ur for I"'all'( jTiiiir iloutitin John .\. X.inilr.ili: tonn.i ,\. ,.
:; lip( KoBi I:: 1 of life. DE
Mmid.iy fur l Fl. Myrrs I on a lafp" the only shortening.: To-tlay: the only) people means sustaining ;
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lion. .1. 11 I'.mr and wife of Mail- fiMliiiig c\vditiou.: | i tllMT to "MCt; tll- pllloll, ": *. llu. Oiil.. !I who use lard for h"rt'ninO.t frying pur- If your grocer f h an up-to-date, progressive ,
laud, Lave lc.izguesticofMr.and ; those who not familiar with the he will Cottolcnc .
arc have
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: only (uui's' lievn ,in.ifrom I'mirc J..IIII11.1.. r"11 )I.. TI"ml..l'II..all.I *""'. poses man stock. More than t f
Mrs. Wan Hall .a llicir North Death CVinuiotlou- .1. H. Allen HUH virtues of CotMcnc. It to be abreast of that If he has Used it in his
I Paik was for .holtIM! :Nmlh In I 'lI.I i, lot Itt, hbn| .k :!, .ili..in.l \ dntioiid i pays ever : 'own, family, t t
the Pa\U>n.iisitors Id St.I! I the times. Cotlvlfnc io* not only superior to he will recommend it in lard t.
...... treet home. among ISMS :111\1 1.VI.5.; He wa-twi'II "known toe ; Mr- U, r. M'nlbuwurl MrJolin I | preference to- or
; Augustine!| this week. i ijObteopathy i erjonelio \iMtrtl this ,..'a..1 I.. any |I\\'. I 1I ynr I.. Mr*. I II.: C. IV attcr-ou. lard from a health standpoint being a vegetable cooking butter. If he does not do this, it is .
Motor chair for sale. rather than an animal product, but it will make only because he is unfamiliar with the. virtues :
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extent, and the Cazttte-Xcws Join. 51400, lot Hi, block 7, Last I My tona.Hcnjaniiii
If O' IIES, The Jeweler. -Dr. J. C. Herman, with a host of friends in extending condolence 'I Mason to K-linbu: l Daugh- more palatable food than lard; and it is more of Cottdene. Prove our claims to your own
opposit the Uables. :;j.1O\\ economical than lard because being richer, onesatisfaction by giving the product a fair test. i i
;, :Solomon Rolles started for his ; to the l erea\cd) wife.Orlan foIl} west j |I.>t 10. blink :,7. MAC I
third less is required than of lard or cooking butter.
.. Mr. and Mrs. S\viff. of South t. .
I ; home at Eau Claire. Wia, Wednesday I .I't"II\ GiveOtOlt1le a good, fair test, use! it
: '. Ridgewood avenue, left for their William CM: k to 11 I' Davis '-.11. Lard cooked food is not digestible because according to directions and note the benefit .

morning, after an extended visit! northern home Tuesday. Clover died suddenly at the lot :t, bloi k -'. Ii.: .k and IV-II.-II s sub. in lard is a hog-fat product. Coltolene makes food to your digestion. You'll '

with his mother Mrs. Julia IL iMjton.t.j digestible and healthful because it is
home of hN daughter, Mrs H. (". God- more es- never go back to Lard.
BolleB. Duke Wilder left for New York j M. Liiiinvy to Maggie: li VandcI I
man, on South Kidgewood avenue
Tuesday afternoon, where he has secured Tuesday morning. The immediatecause I griff J50, lot :271 I. blofk; 'Xt, Andrews I j
Dou't forget that you can boy I New Smyrna.Jl. COTTOLENE was granted a GRAND PRIZE (f highest f
railroad of death The -
a good position.The was paralysis remains -
hoinemadohread pies, rakes etc., have been embalmed by the Itinq- I I. E. Reynolds: to It.}'. Hanly $.'00 possible award) over all other cooking fats at the I

" at Mac'n Cafe. city tax hooks opened Monday ham A Maley Company and will IH i (part lots. I ao.13. 1S-17-3I.: recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and food cooked
and due j ('..urge IL: 1.tllIto iei.rge; : \\ Tanner with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE.
taxes are now ftncll1.1)a'le. ('. ..
Miss Lncile'I'nderwood has shipjw to .111m" ell.i.) ; for mtcrmrnt. -
i $32: .*>, lots 7, 4 I, 11.1,1..1.I I, R11h'illANow !
/ The hooks\ will close( 1. i "Home I
July boob
been of Help a of 300 choice recipe*, edited ii
jhe
her rister Mrs. F. .
guest : Sinjrna.j
by Mn. Rorer, u your for a 2 cent stamp, if you a
S. Clapp, all winter departed Tuesday For first class work-Daytona j I +I j !L.. :M, Turin to Mary Alice Turner addrttt The N. K. Fairbank Company, .Chicago.A ? I

for her home Steam Laundry, phone 8. tf j : at Washington NEW FEATURE-The patent alMight top on this pail is for :
: .Jacob Reese, for many years a winter t block Andrews' New ,
( ; Smyrna. the of keeping COTTOLENE clean, fresh and wholesome
Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. and purpose ;
McCoy family resident of Daytona, lied at his residence 1! I.. M. Turner to S. Wilkinvm $:JOO, it alto prevents it from absorbing aU disagreeable odors of the t

What is Lily Water? Call at returned to Holly Hill Wednesday, at Darby, Conn., Monday I c f last J cast: } of lots 5s' 59 and fract. I.troO, grocery, such s.s fish oil, etc.

; the electric light plant. where they will spend the summer. I. week. Mr. Reese was a retired iron block 3, Andrew Xl'Sm'rna,
manufacturer. He was born in Wales J. \V. 51.00
Krreggcr to :Sidney Ilaigh ,
i Mr. and Mrs. James Houston who W. A. Bea Der, the dairyman has j I I in 182o: and ram to America in lS3.!. j I I lot 10, block 39 and lot 10, hlO1.10, Nature's Gift from the Sunny South

have been spending' the winter with a new milk wagon that i is the neatest i --- I: Fast Daytona. A

}lr. and Mrs. F. D. Spring on Ivy thing so far in use in this local i. THANKS. : Horace. Stewart: to Mary 1-:. Smith -

left _I.OO.l0t 2, Mock 13, Rogers' :Seabreeze I a
Lane Monday for their home ity.
inflictor N. I I wish tu express my grateful appreciation ![and part of block 2-1. Memento. I V.ViiVtViVm r'' iY W YWtif tiV hr
Y. Collector W. G. HobU will to all who assisted in tuning
City my
I J. 11 ItuMi to IJelle Al.holtt Ha)'UPS j

t Another shipment of"Allegretti" be found at the city hall from il!I to home from burning Saturday night. I I and Mr" C. II. Abbott, 11000, west Jewelry.: New Books.jSobte

chocolates. HANKIXS, the Druggist. 12 in the forenoon and 1 to I in till Please accept my sincere thank for .*>SJ ft. of east 14'!) ftf Nock I'. Ihs|oe': |
jour generous efforts in my liehalf.MRS. : man's \ ,
j Dajtona.
. afternoon. i iDr. i I II. lir.PAAUD.. w
I). D. Ilogeis was a visitor to I J..hnncll'n4'! to triM<'es of juotnof i'

Jacksonville Monday. He has since ; F. II. Houghton Suite I 1.1 t :Seabreeze; April 2, I'K)7! ) i iI I F-a.-a: 1.'s1ge Xo 47. II* mines .>t Jericho | r

been to Rockledge, accompanied by Opera House'block, telephone *\_: tf I I ---- --- I Ii j' IV, north J 10hds II 1 and 12, bl-K-k 2, J Q

his son, C. M. Rogers where they Misses Esther and I:i Elected to Office i Dahomey) Ormond/
The Maley ", :
Sara 1: XXnll to L
hate been surveying a tract of land. Mat>el Bingham attended the Power I I (:.-.,rlf' $. Ail.iin*, well known in Day- | lot 43, block 2, XX'.illV fill., in h.yt.\. i jI ;

.. Take the drive over the Port de Icon: celebration at St. Augustine 'I t..na.II, elected city comptroller ofI i I; Horui: Dit-w :nd 1 1 iJluin Williams, !j

Orange bridge tf this week I; J.ickinillr, Tues+
I the uncxpircd term Made \.uaiit by the )
I -.( The lirst meeting of the History Grover sinner came down from resignation ..f Charles' F \'.'n-I't. XIr. 1 ....II\4.th.h (;runt.Siht I

Class of the Palmetto Cluh was to\Jacksonville last atllflla). His I Adams has) many friends ill Daytona) I Ii : J Jl.: Morris to Sidney lUigli SUItI, I

\ have occurred last Monday but was I mother ac"'Ompani..llim.,1I, his return i soh.! are |>UMto! Ilt'&r..f his appointment i east tona.fi I ft. ,.flot7, bl.nk tn. I'jixt Ihiyj -\

postponed one week owing to the Thursday) I. I j I ,
t i Lydia II. Hand to Otlotuar' Jvr.-<'kiI. i I -

inclement! weather. During the I 1*. Lades made a brief visit with I -- <1.O.I..llIoI'k( I. sub' lot I, s'.... :3- r -
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summer the course! of study will h 1I 3.1. i tl'e
his this week coming clown Attend I
family
\ I Ponce de Leon Celebration.'I
cover France. 11.1"11 w. IN...t to I IX I.. Potter $1000, ,
from Jacksonville and ,(
Monday returning -
The Halifax Rifles left Daj'tona, XX'edj j lots 4,12,13, block; ,in, I':act Daytona.:
and better loaves the I I : Soc "ur .Souvenir Spoons and Orange All the 1 latest Novel Also! looks for' the
Bigger at Wednesday. 7
nesday afternoon, hound for St. Almira Clements to W. J. Cameron '*
-- Daytona Bakery.Mrs. I tine to take part in the Ponce Auglls-I $300: ( lot 34 block 3, lfinan'n: Day r Knives. Our prices will iutoicxtou.. young people. ,4'

\ cPcrmit us to show you a cottage celebration The company wa thirt-I tona. Jewelry Repair Work Stationery of Every Kind. 1
M. T. Crocker, who has conducted for next this will afford us
reason, four strong when it left I Daytona.) \ I Lizzie M. M.itilry to Allen J"fI"IH), a pf'f'ialty. The l>cst line in tho city. i
establishment
. a millinery in great pleasureWrite, phone or several more memlx-r* t" l I..- |l'ii<-k..1 l up !Miuth M ft. of lot 7.IIw'k 12, XVilon's

the Atwood Block during the season call Norman S. Dayton Daytona. tf at ixiiiitt on the way. i Port Orange. I .. .

departed for Boston the first of Captain Morris had the company will George H. M..nroe to XVilliard II.7uVr \ G EO. H. CLARK tiir
Mattie has been I
the week. Mrs. E. W. FORS and Miss Sparks in hand and it was up to its usual fine $:! Ill. lot7 and I 8, black] M, M I .lI !

daughter, who have l been with Mrs. ing her sister at SL Augustine\'iSit-j apptarawe. A Urge crowd assembled I.i C Day t."na.: I Two Stores. 124-126 South Beacfi Street.

week and incidentally )' at the depot to see the soldier lays de !| 1:11F.: (x.U'moii t.. Fannie.iibcr $(V> I
her north.
Crocker
d accompanied Ponce de Leon celebration.Mrs. part. They returne l Thur' !lay night. !:''lot! I1. 1loek 3Cotanan'DMona: > m1mmmrI

*,Dr. J. II. Pierson dentist, Con I I, .. .. .
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W. F. Jibb and little daugl- -- ,
rad )block
: phone 108..
Mr. and Mrs .\. 1\. I'rokaw attended : srmotr
Marshal E. I c5mith made "lone I
f with It I
al'
Jacksonville
weeks at iting tlopl -
: : the funeral ot an uncle of I!1 i
Lou in rr st IJ 1 s
k hand raid" on a gambling e '
1 I her mother and sister of that city. f .
'. h J .}. Midway, Tuesday night, and rounded Mrs. P.rokaw's at IVI.ind last: Kriilay. t! Mr. Chas Wf'thf'f.II..f Holly 11 ill,!I J sore .Y

FoR SAL. -All my property on i Norman S. DaytonREAL
r"' up eighteen negros who were },etonr' visited Mr. and I MM. Fred :Sunday. I j I 80STOKIAh3 ,

":: Mayor Greene Court the following Beach and Bay streets at a h\rWlin.1 Mr. and Mrs. F.llwarllVllitf', wholaa.C' :Sat unlay. Gtit. X. 'huull'rlsin: and :

tt! morning. The colored I gentlemen Will pay you to investigate ; IXMMJ I occupying the Harris r it- I family drove down to Tort Orange in I II J1
I his antmnohile.I I
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J. E. Hi MI.
f i .were fined three dollars and costs, tf tigeou Orangp avenue the past winter I f! (:ill* Johnson 1 left for lake I II. li'n. :S.it- ESTATE. II

| each. |'I Mrs. J. F. Martin and grandson, leave this morning for their i' unlay.Ve .

.t-< Jlr.[ and Mrs. Theodore Sammis,1 Clarence Nash, Jr., spent several home in I'lainfit-ld N. 1'. hear that I.11'.11 inn came home I
: this week Friday from the south t'lId..f l this county ('.ir' .if property, lie1 South 1 leach Street.V.. II. EOMOXPMlN )-
\ __' Minneapolis Minn, arrived Sat- days in St. Augustine!' enjoying Mrs. Baker and Miss Rudolph) I ,
't1' the Ponce de Leon celebra where he has been drilling welK f ; : ( ) Manager, P.iytonn: Fla. flans, Kstimates; anllSIIpt'rilllf'o.lellf"P. '
from down the coast points
urday Karl Fos
who have been occupying Mr. and Mrs. Davit, Mr. and Mrs. I
Lumber yard.: Magnolia .\\rntie and 1s
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and will make short in Day tion. I '
a stay ter's cottage on South Palmetto Emmerirand Mr. and Mrs Henderson!
'I I I' K C. Rai Iwty. Phones r.dicenrd, and rehidem-f.
tona. This is their first visit hereand *\nyelet'trical fixtures or table avenue, left for St. Augustine Illiwl..k left for their northern homes this week.I I
with : Mr. and Mr*. .Long: drove down from !
\ they are greatly pleased lamps I have will be sold at cost so on their way north.
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i na"tonto visit Mrs. Longs mother, |
) i oar city. Mr. Sammis is a nephew I line it i
if need anything in that Johnson HI-:
you Mr. and Mrs. M. Zimmerman and I Mrs. \Vm. who !is going to !j

. t : of Clarence Nash. will you to see me. Roy LSn \. Andrew Sinclair, who flora to join Mr. Johnson. Tln'ywil'l
pay Mr. and Mr* --- I

p v<*' '..k.\; tRemember the Daytona Bakery J II. E. Day, of Jacksonville, representing have been !spending the winter at I make Mr. I'.liloni') their is home in the fine future fence II j jI .................................................... I 1
rranc'f' having a ] :
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\ in the
v can supply all your wants fire claim department offliA Reach, Wednesday for I I ,
'l\ I" tf I the Daytona built around his |prnlerty.r | I I

I bakery line. I Florida East Coast Railway was 1 their home Cooperhtonn, X. I H.Thrnt. ). i F. McDonald has hull! .1 !
Qftnijt' f FOR SALE-A {five year, seven percent .lookingafUr; claims at this place I Oyama, proprietor of thcj II tial dock for Mrs. llrohrn I i iDr. $10.000 'Why sI
first mort- Cahill left last week, intending: to |i
''' J purchase money Thursdaj. I II Japanese Bazaar, has l begun the I ,stop a few day in St. Augustine and.,'. I notslave I

-; gage, on good property insurance I Beach, erection of residence on his al".. in Jacksonville. i : thebestZBOSTONIABS
Address *3A. YandeYord, Daytona a property : \\II.I III \ TilE NTI1SI.: : I PLANT 01 TIIF.
7 more than owner's mortgage. -, of I who has been .
Fla., contractor and builder cement on South Ridgewood: avenue. Mr. Thompson; stayingin
box 188 tf work here and has rented : DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS : ,
'u' city. sidewalks; first-class The building will he! of concrete. I Daytona, came : .

1 D.' W. W. Austin has closed his bicycle guaranteed. 4iltMr. : part of Mr. Ilifk's building. J l ht,"t and ni.>.>t ''f'.Irall'f'tion for Ice I'lant Elerric or Power Plant, : I
Norton who recently Captain Don Morris drove down in his T
II. M. )purchased
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umlx-r
I r.rt.r'I Yardll
store for the summer and is Norton's boat, the Whiz"a'\ Fairview automobile, Saturday. I

devoting his time to boat building. towed from the Oak Hill canal, a residence on av- .1f'Q. N. Chamberlain' a guest (.[ I. :
up
lIe is now engaged in the construction Wednesday, in six hours by Harry enne, leases this week for Corrj-, the Port Orange liouae this week. Enquire of E. DILLINGHAM\, at Plant. : j jI

Pa, where he will !spend the summer We had a severe storm Sunday and !I. .
of a comfortable boat for the Thompson in the Lucile. The in tIle tides .................................................... FOR,
to Daytona and
returning Monday very high Tuesday.The I.
use of himself and family. This Whiz had a broken crank shaft. fall. 1: wind blew down part or the .t.t I ____ __ __ ___ I I MEN1"

boat will be twelve foot beam and china tree the hotel yard I Oxford ir mighty- nice. ,
Will accept ::?nIO, ) for all my j jI in
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thirty-eight feet long. Mrs. Sarah McF. Porter has just Mr. \ibwougrr: who has spent( the comfortable shoe, but.With
opposite Port the prevailing style of turned; i
peninsula property feet of cement sidewalk | here left I for his Ohio
put in 5T 7 .winter Monday DAYTONA I ..
trousers they. ue
the up ryeompicuou
tFoR SALE.-My mare and pneumatic Orange, nearly 1,500 feet on I horn well with Florida .
along the frontage of !her property j I He is so pleaded it Be itire your
't runabout. A good road mare new bridge boulevard and 2,100 Iwth that he intend. coming again.; new one are correct. .Yea
Third avenue, including | TRANSFERand the
will suffer three tfme
. ,. boulevard on I Koodwin and Mr. and Mrs. Cra-
river Mr.
; suitable for gentleman's private feet on the new new if eJlperm'ntwith[
sides of the street. It is; now up to j price you
front :210 mer l left Tuesday for their northern inferior article that
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Price the ocean an
driving. $225.tf ( feet on .
2,400 the public school authorities and | homes. LIVERYC. t squahesoutandgetsshabbyin ,

tf SIDSEIhlG Seabreeze.Mr. Tots in all. Address Dn. J. A. VANC. others to complete this good l work j Mr Milburn went up to St. Augustine r a. week. _' '

< Mr. and Mrs Geo. Rice left for \'. LZ.n. t If f 'on Third avenue. Tuesday morning to visit her son L. JOHNSTON, Proprietor f You have*-(probably teod .u;'wornBottonlan ill \

their home at Moulden Mass. Tuesday i and family and witne the landing right did they notheld their
who has been spending !I I
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Mace
f II. Real Estate and Insurance I and
The Daytona Ponce dp Loon. shape kept-on'.aik:even
I hive the lle .t d Ijtcrj iu the City withuhite drivers familiar with
Mr. Rice is uncle of Mrs. Shanks : .
an on I
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the winter with J. A. have for I heel o to speak until you
Company inquiries I )Ir. and Mrs. and Miss Cowlr" left forthe I
y. J. A. Shanks, of South Palmetto Palmetto avenue will leave for his I. two or three second hand runabouts.!' I! north Tue+day morning all roads. 1.(*,k for the Silver 'Tipix-l Rig That want tired of an wearing acei
avenue. This is his first visit to week stopPing < >- new Oxford will act the
York next I ;
home in New They must! be bargains and in good i icondition. I -- '
Daytona though he was familiar for a week or i' I 'Phone 27 Opposite Public; School i lame way. All .tIe.' ;
Jacksonville S. Rum Sec. ,
: C.
at I See 1 1. : there is chance to buy
your
with other parts of the State and he 3.50
two. Abraham Hoymann amived from I I a nice property on South Ridge-
i says Daytona surpasses every other j ji For Sale by
i Havana, Cuba Wednesday and will wood avenue at a particularly low I
place he had visited. place for nf'xtCason. I
Secure a
ii j i .. rapidly make his home with his parents figure. .\ frontage of over 250 feet :' . . . . .
FoR SALE-On account of closing the most desirable are being II I "I THE GLOBE.
and .TV)) feet in
Orange
!' Mr. and Mrs. S. Heymann on i on Ridgcwood over
the right
find ..
If do not .
out my business this month 1 I taken. you well built colL'flotin Ice
let us make the nec- avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Hey depth: : ::6 Daytona Company, ,
; will sell my car at I bargain. It is : improvements Sam well variety of fruit trees, price less
build mann are..'ilso expecting a son, T. E. FITZGERALD
you *
we can
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in changes, or
first-class order, 2-cylinder, 10- essary residence. We will and his wife and four children from than $I_ Pesee r front foot. Write 01 PURE ICE .

horsepower Ford, seats four or five an entirely new .. ATTORNEYS LAW
visit with Real Estate and Insurance *
Write San Francisco, who will Daytona : : *
assist : Made from Distilled Water.
to you.
Complete lamps and be pleased DAYTONA'FLORIQA:
a
generator
C S Harm Socretary
north with them Company -
call Norman S. Dayton, them here and go ,4' Factory corner Railroad and Yolusia avenue. Special kuilities>tfJp tmtlrtelland' t1 flee
complete set of tools, $300. Must phone or lf the latter part: of May .1' . . . . Office In Shank Lira'k, nODe 124,

be,sold,by April 15, Ror La n,. Daytona. senlt. --.r m c_,
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THINGS MAKES NEW OLD I PROCEEDINGS''I :

San Mateo Cigars 1[
1R 51 it ( ; I

I Adjourned Meeting; Held Monday :

Night. Considerable Important .
Have MadeReputation : I
Business Transacted. I + Y
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1 he City Council met in adjourned .i

l 9 \tt\\f..tG. A of :i I Carroll session! in Monday t the' diair.tvtning Mermen with' Presidenti flows )I I !I ( 1 I

s jard, liinghani, Hankins and Morrw( were' : I:

\ '\a. Their Own.The ''1 i>rn-Hit.Hills amounting to Vl.1l.7l! : Here laid I I'f'r I t'j

'>\ until next mefting. i ;
j. I 4! !j, The petition of residents Kingston I '
.IT ALSO keep them new.' There j in opposition to li:,\'ing Kingston embraced -
I I r- *I tow will be cr no dingy old,woodwork dull looking in home furni- MUTC: of the San Mateo Cigar i is one of I'jl in tile rorK>rite limits <>f Itoytonn l

when, this wonder-worker, is well the greatest iudiMrinl triumphs of the Ka.stCoat ( na.I piTf-cnled I and rcfonrd t<. a
,. refinhbing or revarnkhing nececary. *- :-p t 'Liquid Veneer i i8 not a varnish, since the freeze. IM'tilu'H of JOM'ph| O-borue, to laya : &
but .rfue food and cleaner that )
r a Each and sewer oo liay''Usti t wa> referred to I ? {
.build the original
,! ,nukes pup brighter than tvtr. Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the penin- ] the sanitary! committee with power to
: _..It iostaadr restore*the brilliant nf"I I iit.
i tea nd finish of Pianos, Furniture, sula of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce, and wrap- On motion a bill entitled) "An ordinance -
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". FietanIl. rtaes, Interior Woodwork, ped with the rich, silky leaf grown (n East Coast plantations, repealing an ordinance regulatingand '
.JIu1bt-f1oonmdall
:: iiishcd or enameled(urfacea.polished.rar-Removes the cigar industry of the world has never prlm''fll'ttf'r goods.) I' providing for and requiring the c t
.icntfbes taint, dirt and dullneu. constrtietion of a sidewalk pavement on )) .
For sale l all the leading ln.tt-U, and Iulis and l II thpTTnionKes :;- )
n f. A child ran: apply it. Nothing but IIY y the wept side of I Dayton. !street from
f ft pier of cheese cloth ii needed and C"JIlp.\nJ on f'\'f'ry train I'uiIPriog) Flori.laTw'nty Fairview and :
first avenue to avenue I
wait for.
;. there U&o drying to (
p F NEW SIZ PACKAGES 1 sixes :styles ;and:! grades( toelect from. providing for the payment of the cost
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t BOUNCE BOTTLB 2SC thereof" was passed' on third reading,
C:. t2.OUMCEOnto SOc and that same was ordered posted.On .
= $OLD erreiNiimree I MoRSALl( )I : gy i\LL I DEALERS.M.tiuif.utun motion the mayor and city clerk
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-)] llyI : were instructed to execute a deed to J. .
fiEO. WRAY
: \ I E- Rush conveying a strip of land ten .
.- -.1 I.1 S. W. ROWLEY. SAN FLORIDA MATYO feet wide lying on the east side and a rf
like strip ly I ing on the west alde of a I
continuation of Palmetto avenue. II ;
Sfi.t a.s 1&U&"&' 1.&II.', Street Commissioner Rix was instructed ,f ;

to report to the city clerk what (
'j I sidewalks :should be laid in cement and
sN..N..N..1sM..NM.N..ssAtlantic I city clerk notify parties concerned)

1 __ 'Machine Coast Line l] I I comply The city with clerk the was ordinance instructed: to consult I

1 the city attorney about hen book
i items and also tax Talc certificate'! held

7 :-IsJbe.finest on earth by thc city a* to the settlement of
I[same.
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I ()n motion the assessment books for
FAMOUS TRAINS
i i j taxes: of 1V07 as completed and l presented
For ,Sale by I 1 were accepted and !signed' and it
', w.i. ordered that one copy I he delivered

New York and Florida Speciall.ear I to city tax collector, one copy filed with
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1 : I ;i dl)" clerk and one copy Ite rf'rflflteol"l ) I i
t.. .n _'Maley-Co I HIM'l-ik of the 'ir<'mt court in and for ]I .
t e. L "' daily i ovepf' Sunday JrO!: ,a. m fur all I
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t,, :. Funritiire Chicago and Florida Limited I JURORS 'ARE ,., : : I II II I II I


Daily) Solid \'etIiliileleaving .JadHniiville! ::: a. in f..r i SUMMONI-DJ\ I'j I } 4 :
I r Undertaking l"iinN R't st. (Yvidi on lliis train also. i i : 1 : I
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For rates'!, I'nllm.in reuTrationuid" ;l all dr-tail'd i illf.rJlaalioll) i i For Circuit and Criminal Court- I' j
.'. Volusia Co1ntybstract, write orall on : Several from .this Section are :u i I :: ; :: ) i !

', : Investment and Title I Insurance I I! Among; the umber.'n. I r ; ;; I :; ; .i

., Company. FRANK C. BOYLSTON, I ... :Spring Term .>f the, Circuit C iurt i i
Title Insured. !i \\ill curncne.-it IV-I-ind Tuesday next. ; 1 f
I listn) Pawnjjercrnt. Atlantic Const Line. ; Tli- following gntlom late IwtnMiiimifiiied ( 1 : ,
BUT Fin CABEY D. LAXUIB,
PmSdtne.&OC'" and Tn-M. .JAChsOXVIi.LE..: )FIJI : a-t jurors- I I .. .
(;IIANDJCItI': : .
.Abstract, tarnished and title perfected. ..................................................... : (
Map, Plato sod Blue Print. Supplied. lingo Mau, Orinuml. I ;
Oppoait Volaita County Bank J. I'. M.i.f, Ijikcllflcn. ( -;
DLLAND. FLORIDA. I I.: K.: :Sjlvttr, Ifclx'Mii.Y. I w.v'w'i I l '
\ C. McKenzio. Lake.; Helen. }
r.n D. LAma BERT "1"8LANDIS K M. Morris( 1'ort Orange j I

&FISH FULL QUART J. R. IW-rry, New Sinjrna.:; i!I ,
FULL W. :S. I UlvianN.: : Iaytona.U "
: ATTORNEYS AT LAW 1 << P.I Adams, 1"'l.a..d.| !

" ; .Fracticla in alt State and Federal t 1 J. A. HiintiT. Stetson.; I : .
Court Civil or Criminal buiineti given EXPRESS M. II. Turatii, :$tet.n.I'at I : : (I : )
caratnlattentioa. Special facilities for : :
V..h..i"|
Miggin:
inre.t4ga u..aad rtectina I land titles, PREPAID I I. :
"c Dr) AND, FLORIDA.I T N. Pag.-, IVI.inil.O. 'I
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'vOJBc: Suite 4 Phone, Opera 32.House Block. I'I isl"f'f p / / DELIVERED IDoz fOR S T.I!.I'O.I.:.. ItidLarI,1)aytonr.D.-an Glilhrc'atll PETIT, 1..1.111'1..l lU-resf.r.l.JI'U\. i : l / ::; :::::!;,)' : : ::::: ::::: :: : :( f ;: : ::.:; .....:.:: ..: ;


J. I:. \\n\\ .-\h\. !Daytona.:
.sAJae eA.ah.ert EgtordBlr l
+ C'. \Y. Price, DeLaml.John !' ; ;

STEWART & BLYLAWYERS. UICKSOMVILLE fLA.f IS. Ilii ky, Dayt"'i7. :'. : ( (j \ l
IU>\elI, CilenwdiMl.F. ; ) : '

; M. Sparks: 1 Daytona. II !
I CHAS. BLUrtCOhPANY i i M. J. Lemlon, Pier'on.I ; ; I
...o..latsukBoUdln, DtLAND. FLA i .
!I Th H> Troop, Kntrrprisi-: I :
+tr+s l.mtoteroltof8ce.. DAYTONA \ .\ir.xrY; : PAiisTimnwiM; : ; r'n J. 1V. Hlaekwrlaer Spring (ianleii.j .
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j John McCormick, New Smyrna. .
L. Bellamy, Clifton.
-, I Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66 Whiskey,. :I \Ya <' I
..TUBFINEST .
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/ BATHS |Sfn.l) for IVh-e Li-t 1.Af the Criminal )! ; I

t Court has been continued until the 23rd
r// ON'-EARTH ; Inst., so a.< not t.. interfere with the ( ; )

I FOR .MEN AND WOMEN 25cLILYv : Circuit Court. The following: jurors
J. have h..11 Ollmml/llf'l for this: tribunal:
? 4 WATER I DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY W. E. J..hn1JD. Port Orange.It. ; d
I H. Mclknald. 1c'I '1rlfJ.
TW aM W'eler far T....Ui. !
C. C. I.rf'f'W. : :Smyrna.lv. .
; ELECTRIC LIGHT J. Todd, lake Bd"n.f' .
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' PLANTM WILLOW DALEWHISKEY II. Curp". Ornn nil.
I tf'ph'nrnilh.: Scabrc.ze. \

l'. R. Id\'nzi.. fake 11..1..". : ;
K B.teen. Ostrcn.N .
ire N C'. .\. Miller, IH..rlll.
,. ..M ....4..4V........i fl D.V. I J..h Iill.r. Omllgp I jly.I. !

( G I.. M I. lc'f'. O"t"f'lI. : !'>
fleo. J. VandeVord
E. : i ::0' I:. smith. Picas,.
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;. Balder and Contractor. p.F -- :

Ectimatft furniabed. No ape F EXPRESS[ Low Title for April.

\ prtatlcea employed. When you .\. )1. 1'. )1.(1 .
irft&ta good hosM built at a x 4 FULL$98J' .lpril "............ ............. .;;! 8O'J:
'i nato&abto coat U will pay you to PREPAID[ .\fril ':..... .................... !J.O I !I:20
: 1 gel my price. Brickwork, plaice& .\pril ....................._..IO.O-l 111:23:
1 i', terinf, cement work a specialty. I. case Send wigs us inarks J2.S5 and to xvewill show ship contents you in four a plain.lull April 9 .......... ......_......11:00 11:22.tpril :

.. i .Office and Residence cor. Volusia quarts of WILLOW DALE RYE, express prrpai.I. 1(1..1)I( I "I7.1pril .. .....
:: .i aye and Second St, ; Try it and if yon don't find it all right wi.l the 11.......... ...............12:11: 12:3.1:
+ l best you ever tasted, send it leak to ns at our ex .Aril 12.: .......... .............. 11)0; 1:1,1:
pensand l $.!.b5 sill! he prumptljrefunded..
. Isn't th.it your fair offer April 13.......................... 1 :-10 IS5
Remember we are (lioti11ers.ben \ou buy i April 1-1...... ................... 223: : :2:32:
, 4 from us you save the enormous profits of the deal I Apr 1 I I.i.......... ............. :J.03 3:10i.lplil : 1 1i I
i Clapp's Pharmacy ers and n\oiM.all clkince of adulteration. You are i I.;......... .............. 3-1": 3:11.Ipril : I
sure of getting it from
our whiskey jut *
... : t our distillery: without being taml'ereol11 a conies in anyway ( I; ......................... .J:1t: 4:2': ')
\ ;: 'April 1 IS..... ..... .............. 4i.: I;.,9
P 'If you prefer corn vhi'Vev.e. will stn ( 'T .The RexallDrugstore i iI four full quartsofonr l rSZ.8Oe\pnvprepni'l.ALLAN SINCLAIR'SCORN You can'tImya :.Ipril April: 20 19 ::::'::,::::::::::::::::: frll( :33 3:43 C:40: i !1 :

1 better corn whiskey from ami oh the at April 21.+........................ 7:.111 + 7:30: '
1 any price. April Z2............ ............. 8:31: 8:47: ) '
I Our guarantee. of perfect tisf.iction f-r njonev April 2:1.: ...................... .. 9;?I 9:49IApri121 : ::
.. i \mMACON.8A refunded run no risk gays. when with you every deal shipment with ns as e make.the owners You ...... ... ..............10:211: ( 1O.J.i: 'I
4 1 of our company Ime resources of a million dollars : .\pril 2........ ..... .............11:O'J 11:15:
Cor. Beach stand Orange Ave : Kpt$11 and will do exactly as we say. I April :!I;......... ........ .......12J; ........ : I
4 ( PkI THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO, April 27..122. 12:10pril
Foot oi) South Bridge. : MACON GA. .\ 2'.......................... 1:10 1:2'v
OWM. at R..;: .... Dist in.., No. 29.. Swift Cra.k. CU. J April :!'J..... ................... 2.00 2:10:

'- 1.01.. April 30: .... ...................2-5: 2:56i : ) ]
and Unit Luv i-- .
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from Daytona .
road
headway on the locates in Lattv5' -
good Commitoaer 1') and th'O rr'sl""' d i pep mt acti sia.7fly -- .
Beach to ponce Pafk.. Get the habit. Iluy the Cartle Xews t he last two were t rolled and crowned.
on the .
8i Murray reported rtpIJfS edition. Lively.v
Pictorial
'. 1 jajtoaN. Smyrna road, and other-

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