The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 1908
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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__ Daytona, Florida, Saturday, December 19, 1903. B..l AhertlI.1 l Malian la D.yt.a. tat, Vicinity, Price. 5- C0Tir.g ..

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I COLD PEDAL EXTREMETIES I I am advised that the ordinance under 1Ay1tjA's

.iWool l Dress Goods Have Arrived. o consideration cannot become effective UK SUIT- r. .

NO HOT WATER BOTTLES. therefore for the is jut present now of!license no practicable year and MILES[ OF fiNE PAVING City Hotel.

'-- or immediate value. Its delayed birth .If

.ng, to our being able to purchase direct from the Mills this year, we kkk is beyond the reach of soothing syrup. kkk I OPEN ALL THE YEAR

'id. to display a better line of Wool Ores Goods comprising all the Mayor Witholds His Autographand So much ill feeling has been arousedin Close to Nine Miles of Paving and .

dea and effects than ever before, and at the community against this or any -I
prices equal to the
larger ,Tosses ELECTRIC LIGHTS.
Bouquets at
:;- other occupational tax ordinance that The Good Work Goes I +
: ,nt stores. The goods are from one of the most celebrated mills, its enforcement will not meet with a :,, ELECTRIC BELLS.
handled all the City Fathers.Vox Merrily On. Hot and Cold Bath.
.is being by high class stores ia the country. We cheerful acquiescence.In .

a Inspection before making your purchasce. populi; vor Dei! Such H theMayor's the interest of |>eace and harmony It will be a surprise to everybody except Table FIratl lase.

o interpretation of the "voice" among our people I have derided to those vitally interested and who

o which for these reveral weeks past has withhold my approval of said ordinanceand have kept in close touch with the workto J
The Peck-Hendricks Company. : made itself beard and Monday culminated herewith return it with recommendation learn that Daytona now has in the r CEO H. MATTHEWS

# .....N.............................o in a clean sweep from the record ; *. If my reasons: for doing so neighborhood of nine miles of sidewalks.And PROPRIETOR.
of "an ordinance, amending an ordinance meet your approval then the ordinance when it is further stated that almost _

," etc., etc. approved September 3 will still the entire nine miles of is
!NII.I.I...........I.I.I.i.I.............. There were present Measrs IIpyman, be in force and the matter, 11)08 will be as unsettled of a high quality and of pleasing paving color it .NI.1...............N........NNNIt ................

I Osborne Clark, Mills Schmidt, Smith as it would be should you sustain i is a matter of which all may justly feel THE WHITE HOUSE 2S.SS3S- i

''eal Groceries I Chairman Bingham and His Honor, the ordinance as it now stands. a sense of pride. : FLA.
: Mayor Seaman. here seems to be no degree of difference Since visitors some new comers and ; Capacity 30 room! Rooms bright. airy and completely furnished. Modernimprovements
clean and Located Seabreeze Avenue short i
i up-to-date. on a
Report of E. L.
Stewart city health in the general hostility to either of many citizens are not conversant with
distance from Atlantic
i, Ocean. Summer rates SI 00 per day and up. Special -
officer, stated city to be in good sanitary these ordinances. the history and work of paving the city :, rates by week or season :

It has been our aim to establish j:,I condition but called attention to unsightly I therefore recommend that the final a brief sketch may be in order. E. L HOWARD. Proprietor. :

=l here that will meet : conditions about the postoftice. vote on this ordinance, taken November The pioneer in the work and the one :......................................1.NN..I..N
a grocery I in which neighborhood much litter is 27, be reconsidered and then amendedas deserving of honor for having first directed -

with the popular wants of the :I, thrown. lie recommended Inspectionof follows: attention to the granitoid pavement ..*****.***...*..********* t.*...*...*****.**'a'.....
meats fruits etc. 1st. That nil of the ordinance of Xov. -the writer chooses the term
people we study their wants :
A petition of citizens asking removalof 27, 1908, after the enacting clause, be "granitoiJ"* because the pavements' THE MAGNOLIA .

and their needs and buy accor : the Peters boat house at foot of stricken out. striking resemblance to .granite walksis RIDGEWOOD AVCNUC. j

- dingly. We not overtaxed Third avenue, no longer used as a boat 2nd. That the ordinance described in the He,'. Dana Sherrill, of Volusia
are : Large Rooms. I furnace Heat. Electric Lights.
bouse, was granted. the caption thereof approved Sept. 2, avenue. About four: years ago he had a
with expense and are enabled to : Sanitary Inspector Zuber reported 1908 be amended by striking out all 1)8\'t'mt'nt put down in front of his prop- Rates $?.oo Per Day.

I sell at moderate prices. Give : dangerous condition of Stewart lot in after the enacting clause.If erty on Volusta. It was satisfactory, AIRS. CELESTE MINKS, Proprietress. i

trial for the coming month. Fever Hollow and upon motion it was the course here indicated be per.sued so great an improvement upon the shell .a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa **************************
us a
: ordered cleaned. Discussion the disposal
t on there will then l>e no occupationallicense conglomerate dredged from the river
of the city's garbageoeeupied bed that Mr. Shemll'a .r.*************.*.*******. ..******************......
considerable tax in force in the city, the *>K1 neighbor were

[S. W. CARROLL .. time. Councilman Cla k ordinance tax having been re|>ealed, attracted by it and Mr. J. H. Potter, it.I I THE MYRTLE MYRTLE. tJSSE :
.. thought citizens ought to dispose of and (truce will once more prevail (hemunicipality Uidgewood, was the next to adopt a CentraU, :

practically all their own garbage. ; the tempest in the teapot Mr. Potter was followed by the Gongre.1gational A Homelike hoarding House with all modern conveniences. :
The ordinance against spitting on will subside; the city will be aide opento church and next by Mrs. Troy
The North Beach st. Grocer. : sidewalks or throwing fruit or other rub- all comers; the merchant whose business -' Messrs. G. W. Blymyer and E. M. Can accomotlate more table boarder
is the whole whOle' :
bish into the street passed another through year Condit were the leading spirits in the I PRICES KKASO.VABLE.AIRS. .
interests are all in Daytona, and for
Telephone No. 19. : reading. It carries a fine of from So to whose prosperity he is ever working, good work down l'1&lmt'ttoannue. They r C. KOST, Proprietress. :

- : i $25. will take pot-luck with all comers, and were quick to see the merits of the pavement sa-....... ....... ... .a..t a......*********'aaaa"*'.
-IisI.I.I.I.i.....I.I.I.I.I.I.....I.I.I.I..... A motion was carried directing the have protection against the horde of and gave generously of time and =-- -- -- -- -- -

city clerk to advertise for bids for 300 I peddlers and dealers who will flock in to money to speed the work and the rapidity '....................................................
skim off the cream of the winter trade.
YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU SEEK garbage buckets of certain specification. As my friend Rowe says it U a case of with which paving spread is due i o AccomodaU* Fifty.
,r, Protest of Mrs. C. W. Wilder against hustle and survival of the fittest. The in no small way to their untiring efforts. "THE PINES NEW HOUSE.
I u .? a under the category of' real estate" wheth order to remove fence and building on treasury may run still shorter of funds; Meanwhile city council was an interested All Coave.UBC i.
i.t. (_. er it be a house, store,stable, farm or city the rough streets may shake the daylights '
South Beach street which have stood in
out of the inter tourists as they sM-ctator| watching develop Rates: $2.50 Per Day and Up. Special by the Month. ; ;
country lots unimproved, for your own tenancy there for twenty-seven years, in order to I bump their big cars over them; the ust", ments and when convinced that the .
investment An attractive house aithlarge and airy room*, but and cold water through th.
to rent to others or hold as an give way for pavement, was considered, may fill their eyes on every wind)" day paving material was of the best they ., .
0 0bdy house,sulphur or salt apr l> th rlrctrlc llghtt, furnace beat and teltpboo
-ail these parcels-on our lists',,. and destroy the fine wares exhibited in'I .
and council decided to rescind the order. w i decided) it were time to step in o m.nieuf the pleasant features of "Th Tines"are Us wide verandas and IU Roof

. r which are {r >. c-7 .:.. eearc; fWe .ie .1 t Jn.-:?t -;in liM!: t when after the''I I because the shops of and the stores lameness of the of the merchants publictreosu.y and adopt a "system." It is less than
tour service for anything the real estativusinesa. various bills and measures h.'' but the treat; principle of government two years since the council "got busy" "The PlD."Is IIltuat..l on Mouth HldfewtMKl, the highest' aveoa la Dayton
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ILL without bath.
Uooiniklngleorru suite or private
'_ been passed upon Chairman Bingham, by the consent oi time:QVP **".'t'they have. a record for the time of
turned to Mayor Seaman and asked i il(, will not be lust sight of forever. activity- 'fl"15, as a very cursory glance about OPEN FROM NOVEMBER 15 TO MAY i.
J. C. BUTLER The Mayor has been blamed and I
he had any communication to oiler. It cussed and damned for the inceptionand ton shows. L. H. Rowe came into the

Real Estate. Lif .. Fire and Accident Ins was here that the mayor addressed council passage of these ordinances He( council about this time and to his foresight MRS. J. B. HINSKY. Proprietress.

., Phone 234, Daytona Beach. Fla. with the subjoined recommendation s o disclaims any such distinction.: It would and interest the city owes much 338 South RMgewood Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA. ',

on the ordinance amending the occupation be discourteous any such theory.It to the. Count to entertain for a great impetus: given the work. .............................. : .................
tax ordinance approved in September of The council thought it wise to anticipate =
.N N N... and which has been a bone of con that is when a matter he entered upon municipal the duties history as a large growth for the city and so ........N................i.. ....... ...........

: certain citizens and the Mayor he recommended to the Council' made the Beach
tention between pavement along street, t, YOl.ct
Ask for the Bread : council ever since.! that the laws regulating circuses; the shopping street of the city, much THE IVY LANE IN *,
street shows and |>edulers ON LY be re
: : Hear the mayor: vised.: Nothing more. That recow.mendation wider than elsewhere, and the wisdom of

with the stamp of : To the City Council of the City of Daytona was not complied with, but such conclusion is already apparent I Was opened for its fourth season November 15th, 1908 and will
instead thereof a copy of the Miami since with each advancing season more
: ordinance relating to lict n8 was procured business remain open until Hay lath: I'.Hil( !)). The house is well prepared to s
: Gentlemen:-I herewith return to the by the ordinance committee ana : enterprise are inauguratedand e
Council with certain recommendations: presented by it to the Council for its more people throng the streets. i maintain its established reputation for refined elegance and comfort,

fpoiNDktDI Daytona Bakery : The ordinance amending the occupational ipprovul. 'Ihe ordinance approved Prominent among the contractors ', carefully prepared meals and most attractive table service The ;
7y : tax ordinance, approved Sept 2. N.'pt. 2, 19US 5, was the Miami ordinance who have pushed", the street paving are I I ]

1908 passed by the Council at its last with A great alight commoti modifications.n followed its pas. Bradford Dittman VandeVord Bros., ': < rooms are large and sunny. well lighted and heated many of them '

: meeting on Nov. 27, 1908. My reason huge. and Hough .'- Bond. Mr.( Bradford was !j | provided with private baths

(' -::he.::;'i:. H. E. QUIGG, : for so doing is as follows: Au indignation meeting was held resulting a pioneer in the work and, to quote Mr I j J

, ti i.' J t. Firnt-If the ordinance becomes a in a demand being made of the Sherrill, he set a high standard for qualj j <
:7:11i-:..:: : I Council to repeal i it within twenty-four and W. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.
law it must be enforced. No law should ity
Proprietor. I hours. The Council<<: l ordered the intro
i'- : be enforced when the mass of the people duction of an ordinance to that effect In the subsequent: } work of paving thit'! '.+...+...+......+.+.+*.*+........+......+...........

.- ..N......... ...NN1N...............t.. to whom it applies are hostile to it. The mayor suggested that a commit- high standard has been maintained and ----- .
One of the aldermen stated to the tee: of one from each profession andbUlliDt.ss in the miles of paving: throughout the :j'' i...................;; ;..............................
lie l appointed to present such; a
city hardly a faulty piece can be found. i '
Council that he had interviewed all of
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the business men on Beach street and indignant :Such a committee was appointed -
N. ERICKSON : that 90 per cent. of them were opposedto and appeared before the council nearly nine miles of paving have { ]
: it. If such a condition exists the or- jut it made no suggestions looking to a been put down and the good; work goes j <
modification of the ordinance and again I South Ridgewood Avenue
loot MaKer.Wood Worker. : dinance will not meet with a cheerfulsupport. demanded its unconditional rc|>ciil. on rapidly. George Dittman was put- ,
After the departure of the committee ting the finishing touches on a walk up J

Picinre Frames Dour and Window Screens made to order. w On the broad principle stated in the four members of the council, Messrs on Bay street where the News man 1 Steam Heat, Electric Lights, two blocks from
that Mills Clark Osborne and lleymann, stop|>ed to examine into its compositionand
of as
Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. : Declaration Independence instituted men went over the whole schedule, reduced note the processes.It I depot and postofHee. Garage on premises.
I-' governments are among the rates ou many occupations and out {

-";aalFaaaa aaaaaaaa ************************** deriving their j just powers from the con- out the cumulative and all other ob- was all simple enough. He was'
sent of the governed" so all laws should jectionable features which had l been lolling a walk five feet and six inches i ja ROOMS ONLY.P. .
adapted from the Miami ordinanceThe idl' His retaining boards the side
of :
of the majority
( ............................................. have the sanction be by them. four agreed! that it was in every were secured at the proper width and I
those who are to governed way satisfactory to them and directed J. DOYLE Proprietor.
D. TAYLOR. Electrical Contractor Second-The city is entering upon the the amended ordinance to be preseutctio perfectly parallel. Any depressions of ,

construction of a costly system of water the council. It was presented passed the line are first filled with sand. Next I '.................................................. ..
i and ordered to be rtilied to the major a mixture of sand. coquina shell and -=----- -.
House Specialty. erection of expensive ---- -- -- --
Wiring a works and the an w the of
1 his
and is about to for his appro al. history cement are Used one sixth coquiua,one- ......NNSSSSISs..ssi............N.........uss
t high school| building. time license: ordinance in a nut*h 4l.
fin. Electrical Supplies of All Kind Futures Shades, put on the market $S.>.000 of municipal It appears that the judgment of the third sand and one-third cement. Thisis THE CLEVELANDMagnolia
DAYTONA FLA. work. Their ready majority of the <'ounrllI1S not satisfactory properly tamped and it is ready for
No. S Orange avenue, i bonds to aid in such
... to DO ]>cr rent of the license: tax the top dressing, the finishing coat,
( absolute necessity if ( Avenue,, opposite PostofficeOnly. (
............................................. sale will be an xijers.If >' |lust parts of sand! and cement. .
works are to proced. the recommendations above setforth
these public Gas
Rooms Steam 11(>.11. Sanitary Plumbing. i
It is comparatively cheap. The bulk
will all
I am in receipt of letters from prospective are followed I fancy we
intimating survive this..ret.k of matter and crush of the material is found near the city. Lighted. Kver}thing up to date.
............ ............ .....NNNNnd bond purchasers, of worlds" and that at the Ktbiuarj' The coquina is found in endless quantity ,
that they have heard through private election a new major and a new council S. B. GREEN Proprietor.
out in Turnbull's old rice fields I
that the city is j
from Daytona will be elected to receive the '
Lumber Company, advices involved inexpensive of their fellow citizens, as all aloe Turnbull, you may recall, was the En- .> ......................................... ....
about to become I
have before them have, hi their gli-h doctor uhocame here about ICO -
litigation :contesting its revenue laws cone ************************** **************************
turn, received. years! ago with a colony of about :000 *
and tying up its revenue for an indefinite Such new council and mayor will no 1It'1' *
people from the Balearic eland HOWARDCentrally
LUMBER time. doubt fix up a sehedule that will be- em.lently -
[ AND CYPRESS had thousands of acres cleared in this i ithe
no true friend of the city satisfactory and may the blessings I
y: Of course such but of Heaven be showered upon their v i icinity and grew sugar cane, indigo, : located on olusia Avenue, the main avenue from the depot to

Ceiling Brick, Lime would spread abroad rumors unfortunate heads. rice, etc. The sand and coquina shell I Jare wate-r front on the llalifaBi'I'r.: Three minutes walk to stores, post-
; Shingles, Flooring, the fact still remains that such rumors Each and each council, itseems ts.I.f I. ,
mayor fouiid out in the Turnbull ft
'.... The Howard strictly first-class house in
"' ,'.rd.: Fist { financial circles I am not to be .worse than their office, churches, etc. is a every i
Cement in S toc k. luK., and Orange AUDue are afloat in the construction of the predecessors; proves: no matter how will they They dug the drainage canals you may : : respect at moderate prices. THC TABLE: A SPECIALTY. Northern

.:- 01 J.ekIODIII.. willing that water plait IJtjt'Opardizod > try to serve the city and its pc-ople. see running into the Halifax. J cooking, the cuisine t'\c "r>tinallY.oo..l., the best the market affords. Under
nd Mill. AtlanticOoatt IJo KyUK'' 'mllt'uoUlb school building and One major and council are blamed bj But tins: U a little historical digression. < the direct supervIM of the proprietor. The house has every modern convenience
K E.: ('. RyBnc by an expense and pr othe uuinv' : observer, '
of the estimating
Kalamaxoo.on Branch
Sanford Dittman said he was getting ten cents and improvement HAS large veranda and pagoda; and ia surrounded I
all the
detrimental to too conservative and not accomplishing -
lawsuit as Lt-mg *
:- R. J. MALay Manager..N.IINNNNNN traded anything Their successors per square foot surface and that he L"l lawns and th.iJ.. troy s. Is dry and will: ventilated.For .
83 best interest of the city. could) I.'0 feet It takes a
.NIN convinced that theordinance try their hands at producing results lay per : arms: apply to the proprietor,
....e........... While I am firmly and are cenidemued worse than the do- couple of days for it to set or harden ', *
in its main f.'atun's'OuIJ b.- nctl.ingi. At the meat: election: the be fore- it may he' Used. .i JOHN C. HOWARD.
=- sustained by the courts I have alaay s I heel turns round and hi tory again re- *
The pavements are costing n neat sum

................. .................... considered that the feature thereof permanently drawing pests In conclusion it-elf.: let me say that I have of moneyay ten cents |purer square foot, I {sa.sass.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.ra.msssa.a z aas.aaaaaaa.aaa

a distinction between ol f r.1 been a careful: observer of the proceedings but as we look back at the shell l pave- t 1111........*N*.......... ......+.++..NNN>......;. ,
CONTEMPLATING and transient dealers was of this and former councils fore ',
YOU ARE located) mcntswitu! their lumpy uneven sur- Ii
Tin Hoof, a Hot Air Furnace, doubtful utility and would not I stand was will- come thin that years the and City am Counc firm in I, the as t'ollnc it was faces depressions of water here and :: OTTO A. SPIES r;
if litigated;
fthanized Iron Tank, a new of the courts ,
test constituted en the ll\\\\ day of February there. either dry and dusty or puddle I J

!b81ltLer metal rnwaaties required to complete a modern ing, however to assent to it as a extentfor matte)r 1905 is the best most progressive ana and slippery, one wonders howe got i '[ North Beach Street .11
of quasi-protection, to a conservative council the City of Daytona along itla them and to express a wish 107
4- citizens wh<) has bad tine goal fortune to serve > "
; remember that that class tlf permanent to go back to them would place one !-
; that time. It limas a coum-
her during
I conduct an all-the-ycar transients-round bubianbut who dbusiness o:' plised much good fur the city, and although l- under a ban You could travel a longtime I | Upholsterer, Mattress Maker and Li
I whO feel that the maledictions of a few IDa) without finding a city so cornpletily. '
l C. NASH d SON I here during the tourist: seasoi be hurled against them; they will survive so admirably paved and it will

DAYTONA ri-A. only and skim off its cream and resorts then then betake e. live,the substantial shot'k, and and our progressive more i conservn people be worth many thousands of dollars asa t I i Carriage Trimmer.1 T

themselves to summer w ill not fail t > honor them with their drawing card. '

ami reliable service at fair prices. o to repeat the operation should pay foepnvilege. ;r good opinions. G. B SEAMAN, Truly this is Daytona's "long suit." ; A Full and Complete Line Upholstery Materials. :
interest -
u pared to give prompt Personally I (el l no Mayor. I 11

: Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory. in that feature of the ordmanc P The action suggested by Mayor Seaman First Class Work. Prompt Delivery.
Council.and Day
repair shop on t altn bj tl.e "
'* to concede it to our permanent was See the .> and 10( cent bargain I:t
.'i Out of town work solicited.t4 ] but was people willing even il it miCht be of bona now has tio occ upation license ordinance counter at llarniV Novelty Store. 11..NN1.....N.NI N.11.NN1NN.NN/N..N...1t .
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doubtful legality.

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I NEWS, J.-M. Rawlings: made quite a ahiP-1 r I '........................................... 1 1AD
SATURDAY ment of lettuce Saturday by express ([ORMONDORMOXD. : ) HOLLY HILL )I I :i F" Elegantly Appointed Small Hotel Two Blocks from Depot.

:. T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor afternoon by a party boating near Dec 17.-Mrs. Wm. Fa- HOLLY HILL, D.-C. 17-lessrs.\\:\ !II
------------------ the North Bridge.
--------------- E THE ISLINGTON
... r gen returned from Chattanooga. Tenn; Shafer and Pif'rnand : } ;
I THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY I W. H. Edmonson returned from where she has been spending the summer arrived from Warren, Ohio to speed l I :I MB?. /. PARKINSON, PROPRIETOR. "
DeLand, Saturday night, where h" with her daughter Mrs. J. R. Mo the winter. c 1 18 South
( INCORPORATED ) Ridgewood Ave., Daytona, Florida. -
has been doing jury duty Lucas. Last week; George Williamson was :
f I Saturdays train brought the following among our callers.T. NNOOONOONO.........................t...... "

: '" Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Flonda, as Second Class Matter. Mrs. T. J. McMnrray, son and winter residents: Mrs.Libby and daughter (I. Taylor, of Hasting*, who recently
< "" sister, are here from Marion, Ohio, who will occupy one of Mr. Ander purchased the Waldron property,

;", .. RATES. for a stay of three weeks. son's popular log cabins; Mr Mllligan's ha rented one of 1Ir:.'. Howard's cot
A. W. Wells, Daytona and Saint daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Holdrn, of tages./
t ._...1.50 I .
One one Jacksonville.Mr. \ i George Harris returned the
ropy year Joseph, Mich, is on a visit down the on noon Wall will POST CARD
One six months..... ._._ .75 NEW Paper ti A .to.
c. One ropy three months,. ? __.m................. ........... .40 lower coast. His presence in Miamiwas Weatherby has rented his: cottage train Wednesday after and ab -nccof re pmnviting tday stating room
x copy noted Sunday. to E. L. Smith and family. sit: month dismal room into an attractive I g t, you intend pspenag trill
fif Rev. Maequairie has been holding two Mr. and Mrs Graham Thompson and cheerful home. s s.' bring: you sample fret.

SATURDAY DECEMBER 19, 1908 Mrs. Clara Cissna!:! and Miss S. F. services a day for the past two weeks, i Mrs. Dli'rtt were here early in the week the We privilege place at your of tclcc-door t, r send If TOW for intend price and piotinf color

Cissna arrived recently from Wat- and is faithfully trying to start the |leer- calling on friend boat from the largest w card. We have every.
III and occupying their the road. and mOlt varied stock in : thing in P PAINT and cu
fBowden Lithia WaterIIKINS seta are pie on right Mrs A II Carter 8H-nt| Tuesday in -
the South. ive TOO
cottage on First avenue Macon Thornton our wideawakereal II
The 11 Daytona. :
!;; Druggist.The ;
estate man, i N busy showing inter Janice Johnson, our mail carrier, met WrIt ftfJplcJ Irlltar..
.F arrival of the pay train Tuesday Mrs A E. G i(lord and daughter, visitors cottages and beautiful sites for I with a painful arciJe.it several days
afternoon broad smile .Mrs. J. L Si vert>, of Chicago, arelocated I:
put a : on winter homes ago; lie tripped| on the steps and in tt -tis w. /., si. BALFE-CONROY COMPANY Jackss.ltl., h
Ii in Mrs.f L. bI 1. Mauley's cottage -
the faces of the F. E. C. railway em
Harry Betts entertained a number of trying to save some parcel, fell and
on first avenue, for the season.
plo;ees. his friends Tuesday night. hurt his back, which will incapacitate ,

|SEI>AT L*>; T-The Adam 'halltz. Miss M. Ella eVoywho has been The weekly night meetings are continued i him for work for a short time.
Plant has just received! a full supplyof spending a cation in California, through; another week with the The llntM" Comedy Company will give ( ...a VCY e0D elf/
incandescent lamps.Mr. arrived in New York City Thursday.She I same inter....t b\ levaldr >n and Mc- :I an entertainment in our school room on A. D. 'BRIDE J. B. CONRAD. P.N.r.fNItAD

Rev. Father O'Boyle returned on ret urns to Day tuna about January I Quarrie.Mrs. the _',U and :IMth! part of the proceedsto S V.aI..., Vk..Pr .. Catbltr ;
and Mrs. Claude S. Smith, of
Wednesday from a short visit to I fit lh. J. Knowlton and daughter Miss go for the benefit of the schools.Idmd i
Jacksonville will visit Mr. Smith'sparents
Hattie of Swampscott. Max arrived :
Indian river. MERCHANTS BANK
points on the Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Mrs J. T. Barnes and children this week. and will spend the winter at i --- ( I -.

in front of Smith, on Ridgewood an'nut.lur. arrived recently from Douglas Ga, .BKASCII; \'OU'MI4l'Ol'lIITI' BANK)
t' A new sign was hung their cottage on New Brittan avenue. : *,Wllt Eggs, in settings

r the McDonald meat market on South ing the holidays. and are with Mrs. Barnes' mother, Dr. Lazwell, wife and chili, of Alma, I IIll. i 1.1:;, orliy (10.1< > Iw. \Y.J. HIBNNO.T. ] ( Capital Stock...... ..........u_.........................| 50,000

Beach. street, Monday afternoon. Fug HE\T OR SUK:-Furnished Mrs. .J. W. Reily on North Beach ., with J. Prell'n and wife of Springfield Surplus and Profits ,. ........ .. ........................ 55,165
.1. of Fla.
street i Taylor, listings, ,
y' For Bale or rent, unfurnished cottage, 107 Orange avenue, I.. D. 111., art located in the Hall cottage. has purchased l four acres of land ofII' Four per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time Certificates .
Ivy J.antnew'. Easy Pitcher, next door east. tf G. J. Scammell, of Fort Pierce, Mr Yates of Grand Rapids, Mi"h"1
cottage on I:. X Waldron. on Daytona avenue, of Deposit. No notice rE'quirt'tllor withdrawals.
Conrad Real Estate Co. was in the city Saturday for a brief who spends the winter with us at
terms. tf i (Holly Kill and will take possession
Silaa Mills of the Mills TransferCo.
: lawn on the liver front has la-en quiteill I
visit with his grandson, Carl Saxon I Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.
the first of Mr.
Mrs. W. W. Carter and Mrs. L F. ., while lifting a heavy |package who is employed in the Cave cignr but under the skillful treatment of January. Taylor
Ellen wood visited Adrian Yates and Monday, injured home of the liga- factory.C. Dr. Bohannon is improving and able to ;will engage: in the culture of pecans, ._...OOOCimfi GOma..
'oranges. vegetables' etc.,
family at Ormond, Wednesday. ments in his right side and is temporarily be out doors again. I I : making

off active duty as a result.Mills' D. Smilev and son, Montie, returned __ roses a specialty.
{Pictures framed to order at $ from l>el
Barnes Novelty Store. New mould- Lunch is now open.P. Smiley driving over with Mr. Spar Macon Thornton, of Ormond, was I I'I 315uy and get your them oranges fresh from the trees. j. J. B. GARRISON

't' ing just received. J. Hawley drove to r>e and on ber and Montie accompanying them in the city Monday.The I'I The finest! fruit gru\\n. Leave orders : A close examination of electrical

Monday. returning the same even on horaehack. at I the New Fruit Store. work finished and for
; Mrs. J. B. Case and daughter, Daytona Steam Laundry has : charged

Mrs Allen Troweltbf Port Orange, ing. Wednesday morning lIe went M. II. Xuber, sanitary inspector, been brightened p l It y a fresh out I ::Tiih HluII'Private Hoard from this shop shows hoe squarely -
to John Winn's place, on the Tomoka \ ; : : :
7 were Daytona visitors Wednesday. expecting to be there for several is busy looking after the sewers of of white paint against. which the Ing 11":01Haft.1t: s3 to $10 per : I and honorably e transact our
the city" and seeing that all pipes,, lettering, '\ u-aD1 laundry" in dark : business. Electrical repairs receive -
1 Two well furnished cottages for days. nick Xo. II" X. 1 Reach street. :2t
where they enter the river, are in green stands out in bold relief. I special attention. Those
rent, six rooms bath hot and cold Oranges, Tangerines, Mandarins; good condition.Mrs. Times 1'nion :"Alton: Packard'sentertainment : 'a who employ us never worry aboutour
water electric lights, fireplace Grapefruit, at the New Fruit Storeon The "Maxine, Capt. Chat Otlum,1 drew a large audienceof : charges, and they know It-
F'it Orange Ave., near Ridgewood. R. Magnolia ave Wholesale and Julia Martin, who has for went to Hol>e Sound List \\ Jiirbsonvillt-'s most (cultured and i fore engaging us that our work.

'4. J. Mai by. Bond Lumber Co. tf retuil. Special prices for large lots. some time been with her daughter,, convey F. A. Snider's household i their repeated! and sustained : manship will be the test.I .
Mrs. \V. G. Nash, on North Beach goods from that place to I>>>.',\"tol1a I applause .
J Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lufberry were M. Seabrooke Sams, of Courtenay, street, went to St Augustine Saturday The "Maxine" will return some time I showed that the entertainment .
1 in the city Wednesday with a |arty Merritt's Island, accompanied his!:! for a several days' visit. this week. i' measured np and beyond their : Daytona Electric Co.
Christmas from Port I'I highest expectations The iJaracas I
of shoppers son, Wm. B. Sams, to this city on
a Orange. Tuesday to see the latter receive his Mrs.I A. E Smith, of Chateaugay, 'LiverFon S\i.E-My I time is so and) Philatheas are certainly to be i f 2:52: South Beach Street i

in Oriental N. Y., arrived in the city recentlyand fully occupied with 1 Iel) and bus- I congratulated on the quality of the
Turkey dinner every Sunday at degrees Commandery, iness that f desire to my soil < livery. entert3r.e ?2 }hy hsput in .................................................
.!t tf No ;0 1, in the evening will remain during the winter, my on
The Howard. as the guest of her cousin, Mrs. G business at Seabreeze." The busi- tins their Lyceum ("nurse."

L. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Caswell, of Automobile tires and inner tubes A. Foye,corner of Pala! 'A.tteta i n Live SSSs consists of w hat i is known as Alton Packard furnishes the third +OHN+O c-0/O NNO 00/O/O/O 4e.O/010+ O 0 N

Narragansett Pier, R I. are locatedin vulcanized at Oliver's garage O:! -e Ines. the "Haigh Stable" AddressV. i entertainment of the l>aytoua Ly I

Mrs. M. J. Van Horn's house on There will be the usual! JU.! iSv I C. Cannons, DeLand> Fla. i.Vtf? esuu, (Jours** Feb :MMM I ;;
f Palmetto avenue, near Myrtle. turkeyPb'jc t :tn'is year at Kingston II. J. Chaffer, who is principal ofa THE STANDwill OIL COMPANY Y
school l Panama St. An-
.4 at City, on
Dec. 24th
dates :
Yon. set being f
fab- FoR RENT.-Three furnished_, j"-ot. and 25th. Twenty-five turkeys will drews' Bay, will spend the Christ, VI OOOONOOOOM t110N NOOO.ONO.OON f
tages on Orange :7J.y-two"on North mas holidays with his parents Mr. '
be offered as prizes for the l>est tar-
Beach strip' get shots. There will he both rifle and Mrs.. j. M. Chaffer, of Main WALKOVER ES1.i deliver gasolme witKout -- .
.- ..tf.-, Conrad Real Estate Co. and shotgun contests. street, Kingston. t
J 1'.:' O.} Wilkinson, well known in Collars 2 cents, all style of shirts Mr. and Mrs Soop arrived Saturday any charge for delivery at

4 the city, arrived Wednesday for a 10 cents with work left and called. and will spend the winter as $3.50 $ I 1

few davs visit with his sister, Miss for at Daytona Steam Laundry tf usual with Mrs. Soup's parents Mr. .. any point in Daytona Sea
and Mrs. J. B. heather, on South ,
? S. E. Wilkinson, on Myrtle avenue
1M.. Call has opened his fruit

l+ *Fi>R RENT-Furnished cottageDr. I store in his newly completed building from Ridgewood Brooklyn avenue., N. Y. They come i breeze, Daytona Beach, Or
P. R. Bennett. tf on Magnolia avenue three doors; '.a $5.00. .
west of the postoflice. Mr. Call will Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sharp are occupying I J t
and Mrs. A. Winne, of Fairview mond or Port Orange. Quality
.It. handle fruit from his own groves Dr. C. C. Bohannon's cot- I
e avenue, have removed to Sea- of Main having t
principally, making a specialty tage on street, Kingston,
breeze where Mr. Winnie will hold box orders. removed to this place last week All LEATHER Ai SHAPES. and quantity guaranteed.
a position in the Princess Issena from where have :
Piano in order Dupont, they resided
elTpright perfect
hotel during the season. Mr.Winne.'s for several J Call Ollj Phone 128
Pry$80, WRit's.. It years. i l't.c
X11, son-in-Lw Charles V. ONE PAIR c
flailor. and family, are occupying ]R E. Stevens and bride, promi L, F. Steere is having a roadway Mills Transfer 77
the.Fairview house. nit through the shell mound to the !
of Juliet III.
i. nent people are spend- '
Warehouse .GO;
south of his residence, on North _
will convince of
time here the ol
for ing some guests you
to-date moulding room 1l'! .l
slip Beach street, to afford an entrance :
decoration at Barnes' Novelty Store. Ivy I-ane Inn. They have a number Kerosene Oil Delivered h3'r1rauk Wagon.
of warm friends:: here in the from the front to the large garage, shoe I
At the last meeting of the Abigail Joliet colony who welcome Mr. and I he has just erected on the rear of iI I Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils. f

Bartholomew chapter of the D. Mrs :Stevens' to the city. his lot. i iM. .9IO

A. It this city, it was decided to let . .O
cDon't that box of )David Karr'uk has just completedthe 0 0 O NO O O NN0 OO/ON/0/0 0 tN0 O
any visiting member of the D. A. forget oranges the front of his house =-
porch on ,,
to send north. Give
R, join the local body by making you were your
I order' to F. M. Call grower ami on North Beach street. Mr. Kar- B.AULT1IANI Ii
written application to its secretary,
rick feels that he has something
wholesale and retail dealer.
Mrs. Harriet C. Gardiner, of North somewhat out of the ordinary, as the OUR FOUR CARDINAL PRN I C IP L S:-

Beach street. Miss Maggie Dooley, of Peto&ky, designs used in its construction .
M'uh, arrived Saturday, and will were original with him. We give votes in the liu h-SalTord Piano contest.OONOONOONONONOONOOOONIOtNHNtUNOOON0OO0.
FoR RENT-Furnished on
cottage .J
spend the winter here with her aunt,, ..
mll ewOOtI. reasonable rent by year. After week's here his ABSOLUTE SAFElY insured iv
Mrs. P J. Hawley on North Ridge a stay at ,
Enquire .}Irs. Brovver southeast I home Webt Volusia while - -
wood avenue. This is Miss Dooley'sfirst on avenue,
> Loomis and Palmetto.
corner visit to Florida and she is delighted awaiting some machinery parts from I
Melton & Shears dredge, the I with the country. Jacksonville, Henry Van Durn left t Plants find Capital $1,000(!()

Klondike, is at work south of the I Saturday' night for Big Pine Key,I the $250,000
Central bridge, getting out some i FoR Su.E-Three show rates anti where he is drilling a'ell for the, Surplus -

river shell for C. L. Harvey, for use one 14-foot Store.S counter at Barne Novelty F. E. C. fly company. They : same difference Stockholders Liability SJ( JUX) )
at Daytona Beach. It is found more

convenient this case to unload the B. Green shipped to Ormond,, ibetween I: Actual herurity depositors: 4[>>OXXJ,(
i shell at the head of Beach street and Monday, an evaporator which he' Ar-

team it over the Central bridge.Dr. had just made for James Carnell, GrOW NOTEThis Bank i is Number One the "Honor RU" of
C PORT ORANGE I !Imour's :
dentist west end the guava jelly man. Mr. Carnell re- Animal
Houghtnn, .hole
187 in the -
mained here, a guest of the City National Banks in Florida, and No.
South Bridge Peck block, phone 32:
Hotel, Irom Wednesday until Saturday TOUT ORANGE l)oc. 18.-Dr. L I Fertilizers! United States, aiming OUT shty' ,eight hundred) N'ationsl
J. I.. Morrison, of McDonald'smeat watching the construction of Tattilluand his bride arrives from O&teei]; | i and

market, had a quantity of the evaporator. Wednesday to visit his brother ancousins d Big anks.\

clothing stolen from the line at his For sale cheap, two first-class, :: and left the next day for tht ii J: | others as you do .

home, on South Palmetto avenue, automobiles in good condition future home in Atlanta, GaI i CONSERVATISMProven

;: Tuesday night. This class of thieving These cars can be resold in thE 3 I Mr. and Mrs. W J. Stockman, 01 r between a juicy --- ---

.is i very rare here, but it is wellto spring for the same price thereby Cbarlc\oi\, Midi., arrived last week. (I l hy our success and our sty|,ntali'n.

be on the guard, and bee that the making them a paying) propositionfor S. Fred Cummings, the landlord 01'I' t Crops
family wash be put under cover at someone. McCoy Brothers ''I'I the popular Port Orange House u hay steak and a dry i SQUARE_ DEALINGAsk

f night in future.Nunnally's j ling the hotel put in first-claaa order, and I
Capt. Leon Ellen wood brought the i i I is is also putting in aceteylene gas. : crust of bread. our patrons *
Candies-nice and .
steamer Cherokee up from the shipyard E. N I
... Carpenter arrived from Charle
fresh. II INK INS, The Druggist.Mr. Tuesday afternoon to the ferry.1 \ois llUt't''li;. COURTEOUS TREATMENTOpen

and Mrs /. Hameetnun, with dock at the foot of Volusia avenue,. I Mrs Ellen wood was in town last Saturday Manufactured in Jacksonville Ittlllc.ni'ttrateilFIRST
where he. will her for the I! I an account with us and we will) '
prepare i
their daughter and ton.in-law, Mr seasons business. I looking after her real estate
The D
and Mr. and Mrs Roy: Sheppard already in 1It',1'bithIS Mr. \\e ton, who was here two }<'an;is j
are located for the winter in Mrs commission took a ago, is Lack again, and has rented a cot A
charter BANK
party from the Seaside Inn 'j NATIONAL ,
tape from Mrs. Fox. _
M. L. Stanley's cottage on Palmetto the Tomoka river I' -
up today.Vhy
The ladies of (;race church intend
The from Pater-
avenue party are
son;.N: J., and this is heir brat visitto \ d.> you pay five dollars foi. I having an entertainment New Year'!, MOJE1AR aUAMOFA CENTURY
the state. They were headed for your piano work when you tan secure Eve in iiidgewood Hall. All are cordially pOR ST. AUGUSTINE FLA..

St. Petersburg, but some acquaintances superior work for three at th e,,1 invited to come and have a good, We have been supplying c. ,

nude enroute advised them to Halifax Music House, Bt'ac'h St. 2;-3 time. .I l I

come here, and spoke so' highly of -- --- -- j i \Yilco.xmtived a car of lumbeiJLtetweek needs of MacKiner, yu5 er. S. .1

Daytona that they changed their I I to build a peeking house f in We carry 0.. t o..1'ge stof.k' of I .......................... .................
plans as I they now feel wisely, and Building Lots For Sale. i hu grove. PORTABLE .o5TATI0MAR1' EMCINEsBott; ,. .
are-much pleased I with the city andsurroundings. 'I I offer for sale lots 2 and :>. blot L I 1 There will bt divine service in Grace A I Mf i VGCO.
M. ELL.b .
3. Coleman's addition to Daytona,. church, at o'tlutk\ in the afternoon olICerUtmas ERSSaw.Mlls\ V4ood.WorkI1lthfC1! i1\-
3". cf o.U K.ndstbkltwa.a
These are among the most desirable,t Day. erj Sl4fr1ic.-
*.Adi lph M. Jaehde, the piano tuner vacant lots left on Ridgewood I Mr. Eldridge. who has been coming to OUR, VAgANTEE. rk'! 0 AN f maw i LADIES' HATTERS

"ill l he in Daytona during Jau- A fine location for : t'SB'' C MP "EAR.
avenue. a nice I Port Orange' for many years arrived t UW NY : Correct in Styles. OPKN .\llTtlE
uary. Order for tuning may be home. For prices address tf this week, and, as units! is a guest of the,I &f/bn. .
> 51; Nu G South Ikadl Street lUj '"" *
?. left at TUB STILLMAV. tf. Guy S. Brown, Central Lake, Uich.. .Uardeoiaa House. 4..N...........................1.e...........
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I1ALroITEMS.J i !! )lae put'Ifyouwahtgoodagraved Just it off been, buy replenished at once. Our the, stock don't as- PALMETTO r h.B;; ; t ': : .

and rtinent get your in still votes.complete. Be sure i and Beach l'i I\

++ .....+.....N.NN GEO. H CLARK, The Jeweler. CLUB IN JOE OSBORNE
*'" All goods i MRS. H. A. BERNARD Editor. ,
Before the next- issue of the Ga engraved free. i I

Be News Xmas 1908, will have ,.:Mrs. M. J. Davis, of Main street, .................44......4I.N4YN NN................i :

EeTind gone. We are sure it has ingston, left Thursday afternoon SESSION. SEABREEZE, Dec. 16.-Mrs. Bab- DAYTONA BEACH, Dec. 1ft -Mr* 'III

tube most satisfactory in a busi- for Bartow to spend several ington came over from Daytona Monday Grotjan, Mrs Wm. Ronald's mother, t
Eway in the history of Daytona. with a sister at that place. weeks morning and will spend the winter with arrived from Ba timore, in company 4 nitary Plumbing Beating nd i

E.wehave had our share and wish her sister, Mrs. Dayton. Mrs. Babiog- with her son-in law and daughter, Mr. ,

m til a Merry Xmas and a pros- tThe last call-closing out sale of| Meeting of Much Interest and ton hs not been well for some time past and Mrs W. L. Cook, and will spend the

New Year. Very truly yours, Dolls and Toys before Xmas. Profit-Literary and Musical and her friends hope that. our bracing I'I winter as usual at Daytona Beach with Ail

feU, ROVE & Co., The Jewelers. Monk's Souvenir Store. I I atmosphere will act as a tonic for her Mr. and Mrs. Ronald. Mrs. Grotjan :.. Ventilaling.
? Program. recovery. has many friends in the communitywho 'II!
Mr. and (
Mrs. Arthur
<-.t', of Ml BennetflJ Mesdames Bianchi and Wakefi ld..ho welcome her cheerful presence with t
Villager( Cranor, of the DeLand Jacksonville, will ktrjx/here in a were appointed a committee of two to the return of each season. .

Eery. 'stable was in the city on busi- few with days Mr. to Bennett's spend the holidays here FINE WEATHER, GOOD ATTENDANCEThe solicit funds for the children's Christmastree The H. G. Wilson Company rented t I Complete Gas Plants Installed.
E parents on Bay aWthe havebeen
Thursday. Congregational church apartments in the Smith studio, Valley 4 i
fc>* treet. very successful, and wish to thank street, to B. W. Crane and wife, of Vermont '4!!!
ttChristmas boxes of Lenox chocoiesst Plumbing and
the "Gift. Shop." TCall at Fletcher- Souvtnir: Store The weather proving perfect for the all who responded to the call. and they are now comfortably heating Supplies. .
and the second meeting of the Palmetto Club The Ladies' Sewing Circle will not installed for the season.

Fjjlrs. W. M. Hankius is again atbint Alligator see Leather largest and Goods finest south line of of there. was a large attendance of members meet again until Christmas week, which Yesterday Miss Alice Daugherty, t Brass and Galv. Pipe and Fittings.

baring returned from Bartow Jacksonville. and guests. meeting will be held at the home of Mrs.E. winner of one of the three prizes offered

Cetday aflernoou. The hostesses<< for the day were the. E. Dayton.. from the sixth district m the Jacksonville

W. II. Parkes, of Lakeside, Ohio four reporters, Mesdames Gardiner.Stew. The new pupils enrolled at the Sea \ Metropolis contest, received as
RtBuy yonr Christmas Rifts at ha* opened a shoe repairing and gas- art. Fitzgerald and F. J Niver. breeze school the week past are Marie second contestant a lady's small gold I Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps.

Meiers. The prices are right oline stove; cleaning and repairing Promptly at 2:30: the president Mrs. Baldwin Sheldon and Annie Orth, Edna watch.

KfMrs.J.M.. Sargent the shop in the Ellenwood building just. DeCantillon Stillman, called the meetIng and Gladys I>rener. Some of the roon s O. R. Nicholson, of the Branch & Niagara Hydraulic Rams.
won nnvMlU went of the Journal office, on Volu to order and introduced Mrs. SusieA. are planning for Christmas exercises. Nicholson lnry.I.rt with his wife for a
given away at the Crystal sia avenue.- Shaw as editor of the Club Annual Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leeds c>f Con- few days visit. at the old home at Ireland

Eestre<, Thursday evening. Mrs. Shaw gave an able and witty editorial nectiiut, are the latest. arrivals at The Seneva. They were accompanied by Pipe Wrenches.
KA fancy vest tie, suspenders, $2o Lowney's cut glass jewel then in her usual pleasing man Princess I'sena. They are guests for lire. Nicholson's sister, Miss Peters. !

peN or hose would ill( hill stock- case to be given away at Curtis'! ner introduced her assistant editors. the 8f'aKln. and having spent a numberof Mrs. Ward's handsome touring car

ig and }Jleasa. SeeThe Globe. Manager Oliver, of the Daytona The Palmetto being principally. lit winters in our beautiful burg are well was brought over from the station yesterday -
Auto Transit Company will crazy club the. first department was de known to iu charms. morning by Frank Perklett, her JOE OSBORNE The Plumber
put ( none
I":Will and Orville Peters eons of of the big busses tomorrow. voted to Writers and Books, interestingly Speaking of the productiveness of the chauffeur. It will be housed at the ,

fct*;JL Peters will be" home from The ('ar'IiU make return trips given by Mrs. Genevieve Merrill. peninsula: sand, some of the doubting larroun[ new garage, which is just com

tool to. spend the holidays.tClark's fifty minutes between Daytona every Mrs.Jane C. Weeks the"loved mother Thomases will sit up and take notice of pleted.L. I Phone 96. 11
'.' Seabreeze and of the club" edited the Scientific Housekeeping the following item: Mrs. J. A. Coburn Z. Burdick contracted to builda Orange Avenue.
Store \\a the Daytona Beach.
| department. and ga"ta few arrived on October 12, and the day fol.lowinr $2,000 bungalow for Mr. Pierce on his
hre to do Xmas shopping, and +Christmas Candies Nuts Cigars good lessons to her large family planted some"snap" beans. On river lot between the Manning and .

Eb't forget tl*. China Sale which] and boxes of Assorted Fruits, at I>r. M.-Josie Rogers gave the interest December 7th she gathered her first crop, Raynor estates. Brick for the foundation

mT Dec.. 25th at midnight Gto. 11. CLAKK.rr J..arlaR' Fruit. Store.M. ing Foreign News and yesterday gathered ten quarts work was put on the ground today,, ......................................................
The next page was devoted to Music from a 10x12 corner of her little garden. Messrs. Pierce and Banks are bankersin .
If. Peck who has been visiting and Mrs. Beside beans she has lettuce heading business at N. D.
E '. Mace, who arrived recently! for weeks Bohannon accompanied by now Sheldon Mr. Go toGROCERY i
Em New Vurk, has located at. Th Mrs some with his daughter Miss Willaume, sang beautifully "Thy and a cabbage patch that might; he l Pierce was down here for the first time
H. Foster
&uthPalmetloa\'enuc. and family, returned Name/* and gave an an encore "Spring the envy of any bef jre-handed horticul-l last winter and decided he must have a
B Kpedale sB on Jacksonville Thursday, where he b Here," and one could hardly believeit turist. Mrs Coburn's garden is locatedon river front lot.Mr.1Valker.. CONRAD i
Order Ice Cream for your Christ- will be with his daughter, Mrs. Fred were not true for doors and window the river front and adjoins C. P Jr., son of Dr. Walker ,

MS dinner of J. A. Shanks & Son, Amazon, and family. Mr. Peck were wide open and the room a bower of Lund's beautiful celery b&-( This has and manager of his father's Huntingtonestate .
Ed get something nice. who had been seriously ill before palmetto and bamboo.Art been an ideal season for winter cardl'n.in : was in the city on business for
: for Pet (Cream,) Milk ((5 j small for 25c i ito
'# coining here feels much improved followed music and a short paper the past two days. He was a guest at. your cans ,
II.' .. Julia Martin who }J.\R l been by the change.See was delightfully given by Mrs. liar. SCABBEEZE, DIT. 17.-Mr. Haigh the Seaside Inn during his stay. go on yourToasted T

Biting for several days in Fit.: AnBtUne rid C. Gardiner. has had a force of men at work this DAYTONA BEACH, Lee. 17.-Rev. .
$ the Christmas Cards at the Corn Flakes Post
returned to Daytona Tnoa J. II. Sehwegler Souvenir Store. Local News of Daytona Beach, was week removing the dummy track onGlenwood Parker Shields D. D., and wife who Toasties, i

: wittily given by one of the. reporter, boulevard and leveling the have been spending a few days at the

.|50 per rent discount on aKHs The Daytona-Daytona Beach ferry Mrs. May Stewart. dirt at the side of the street cut up I y parsonage/ are registered at. the White Puffed Rice, Wheat Berries or i

and Chinaware at McFat will this winter inaugurate a$ tur- Mrs. II. C. Gardiner then gave the the track and the heavy hauling the House for their meals. Mrs. Shields has Triscuit all at lOc each.

Bfc's Souvenir Stoie.Eiho. day night schedule commencing names of the new {members of the flub past summer, as per agreement between n not been quite well for some time and i
this. week to accommodate the city and Ballough &: Hough contractors Mr. Shields has decided to leave her '
parties Mrs. Ruger read a paper written by S. \\ Uiscuit! anil Junker Oatmeal 2 for 25c."
II. Foote and Louis AdleIpeon from the east side of the river, wliwish Mm. Edna Fitzgerald on The Babies of for shelling the streets. Also here a short time to recuperate while he i

a fishing trip Monday be- to shop or attend entertain. the. Club nine in all-Baby Kenyon the city is having the river approach on I l fills another appointment.Mrs. = Cream of 1\'lieat, Kalston{ reakfast Food or .

KttO Port Orange and the inlet. merit here on that night. Elizabeth Murray Mary K. Roger,, this boulevard top-dressed with shell to' Bristol. of Quincy III. has i Petit John at 15e each.Ku i

Ltnred. a number of fine sea lmKM Donald Niver, Horace F. Stewart, Jean Halifax avenue Glenview was planned joined her friend Mrs. Shermen at the '
t: let your Christmas fruitcake resident m ford Baking Powtler 1 pound 25c. :
Wells Dorothy & a street by the founders 01 E. K. Johnson apartments. can
Half Prjee Hat Sale at the M. at the Smiling Bakery S. Beach Payne Henry Stillman
Mr. of
City Beautiful and its distance from anti Rougher Philadelphia arrived
and Franklin Edward Fitzger
KaDeYoy Co. millinery store.Thomas Kt opposite yacht club. Our good ald.& bring Being born under such: Bright aims.piece J close! proximity to our beautiful yesterday and is a guest of Surf Crest t The Conrad Grocery Company i

and Thomas are strictly home made; fresh everyday for C rn boulevard our hotel and business for a short stay. .
MrMurray great things were predicted thorou hlalc. :>"ke? it specially favor Miss Pearl Spaulding left. on the noon : K.: T. Conrail A Co's. old stand.
them while be
KBdT were down the river Tuesday only the boys may pres. m.i
m* fUhing trip Near Port Orange Mrs. Cornelius Christiancy and idents of the United States, the girls able to the plan. It U ..J1 set to palmetto I- train yesterday for DeLand for a few ......................1.....s.....N.N......

.. booked a ni8trin of thy baby, Christiancy, Mrs. W. C. may be presidents of the Palmetto Club. trees; is sufficiently W #;
Howes. Mrs. Calvin Howes and Mist furnish a ground stock of native growth'' will sing a boii; .:!,time Christmas ser
',tribe. May Howes were Daytona visitors Toe committee for banquet reported for sidewalk'shade and its UUI1lt'rousI I ices at the M. E.: church ol (us. .::; l NM s a NHM NHNt00.NNMmNNN.O.
several of the hotels would eitherlunch
Clirutnuis packs serve
H/nrney'rt fancy Thursday, having driven up from rises and slopes( furnish pretty sites for Sunday forenoon.Mr. .
Bl -Curtis' Port Ora'nge- enjoy the pleasure or dinner. After discussion it was handsome residenci and Mrs. Beach and Mr. and Mrs. r""i BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL
decided to have a banquet early io the '
RKn. X E. RawliiiR returned of Christmas shopping A candy pull at Elmira cottage Sato Viniug. who are ti iting with Mrs Vin
each member be allowed toiD'ite
jj U .v rjight from Uupine, Y.,;, tltf1 Fiber Rugs Art Square new year, The election to of ho- night was much enjoyed not. only by ng'a parents, hate just" returned from a I -
one guest. a = -
Hnshe has'twen for Rome time I Large shipment just received. the residents of the cottage but by the most enjoyable camping expedition up i I
tel and all details were left to the com
H joined Dr. Uawling1 at their Bingham & Maley Co. mittee. neighboring cottagers as well. Miss the Tomoka. They made the trip in C C. BOHANNON: : ,. 1'itzgeraliiOates l i

Kwoa,Yolusia avenue.BjJTbe I Webster who for Kelly was the moving spirit of the play Mr. Beach's boat and carried their I

cash way in the only way tow Charles winters A., has ,assisted, several his Miss Thorpe of announced Civic there would next be and everybody was expected to take apart eampingoutfit. along with them Had : Physician and Surgeon j Attorneys at Law" :.__

:your- Christmas groceries, as nephew. Capt. L. E. Ellenwood. a Monday meeting afternoon the at. 3:00 department: o'clock. and in the pull or forfeit their share at pee 1 niy of game and fish and spent. some : Office over the Atwood Pharmacy, :'ilt'rialtt.cnt.ion to Examining andPerfecting
from 5 to 20 centRbojing I arrn'ed1'lIe..c1a the feast. lime in nature studies II land Titles.
on save per during the tourist season, asked all interested to be present. Miss each street Daytona, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. arrived from Warren Wilcox went work
Hough to yesterday
h STORE. Milford
for at OUR his home
ca" from at :
) Wilder,as a nurse,sold Red Cross stamps West. Browns\'jt.)) Pa the forepart of morning at the liaugeti meat market Telephone Xo. 7 t. I Conrad Block DAYTONA, FLA. 1
N. II Mr. Webster accompanied -
HE.:.-F. Gates of Daytona was one Herbert A. Bennett was also for Christmas packages.The the week, and have taken apartments at which} is building up a good trade. : I-----
bi well knnwn Floridians whoEiifl by next meeting is to be a holiday the Allen The Mrs. and nic't)1i1iS Nell Wilson i ('arII.. I-audU B rtrUhLANDIS <
of Milford who is visiting Daytona cottage on Valley street. Boyer : d. SCII LID1:1l: .N\. I 1). i
the city yesterday trans.ictin; shower and the president invited one H. G. Wil-oo Real Estate Co. located of Huntington, W. Va.,are visitors : & HSU .
Kaesa Mr Gates was a guest of 1 for the first time. and all to give much or little to our them. at. the (pleasant. home of Mr*. Christy on : Physician and Surgeon. 1'1

Ht:4 .-Times. Union.KtTbebeet I +30 per cent discount on all Club Home its departments or any R. T. Butler is the next to lead olT Ocean axenue. A little later they go to : 3O2 North IlidgewoodIMione 'I Attorneys at Law 1

and'purest. hoe Cream Doll- and Chinaware, at McFad- worthy object all to join in making the with a cement sidewalk, huh will extend the west coast for the remainder of the : rrartlclng In all state and federal

KM had in the city is made by ..1.Shanks ilen'a! Souvenir Store. day one of merriment pleasure and from the pobtoftice corner to Pine- season: They are very much delightedwith I 193. Daytona Florida.Office I'ourli l'art'lul.Ut'nllon.I'll II Criminal bu.ln.t. |!Teii -

& Son 13. S. Reach St. The children of the kindergartentaught ,, profit, and suggested in her happy way I wood avenue on the south bide of Ocean our beach and climate. I hours: 10 to 12 a.m., furln>r ilg.ilagand MpvcUl|XTfrcilnf faclltllri UU...
: 6 to f S m. island Florida.lrljinil .
by Mrs. Haynes held a that many things were needed and everything boulevard. This finishes the block from Mesdames Buncer and }Fuller who I p. I

.,. G. L. Lowell, of Virginia Christmas! tree and celebration atone from penwipers to rugs! wouldbe : Halifax avenue. Materials are on the have been located at the C. C. Bishop : I Mar A. ttl.*art Egfurtl Ely
Hp reach at the Christian Church oVl
Ko a y morning and evening. MrKftlfis gitins: presents to their paren.tlltht After the business the Cluh Annual new flag floats from the mart pole lake Helen. : j STlWAIfT! & PLY

1 visiting Daytona with aIM >)' had made themselves, the children closed with Rhymes Without. Reason of postoffice.. Business at the otlice Mrs. Percy Freeman is ht'Ton a visitto Physician & Surgeon.! ,

locating. had filled a tub with clothes! t, happily recited by Mrs. Susie Merrill. is on the increase as Christmas draws her mother Mrs.:: Parker who' is i: lawyers

J;A Shanks ink Son. l.TS: S. toys and dolls, donated by their parents nearer. sending the winter on Seabeeeze ave. : Office on Vol usia avenue first clwr I (tffic, next door to Bank Building, 1

rit'St deliver their ice Cream to he given to the Children 13 *If you order your Christmas! candies Mr. and Mrs. Cleven and friends Mr Tile cottages rented up to date thin west of HanVins Pharmacy. ih Land. Florida

Ky part of the city in any flnan-i 1 Home at Jacksonville. delight t'. of J. A. Shanks A Son you and Mrs Swann, pleasant. people of season are two to one more in number : _u_ ___

l;: fill time was enjoyed by the childrentINONNNNNNMM ., will not. be disappointed. They Brodhead Wis came to Daytona with than at this time last year but. it if the : E. L. STEWART < TITLIS I INSURED
smaller houses that arebeing taken.
make their (candies and they are the expectation 01 attending our woiiti- I
..N.N.NNtIlN ._ ...I I fresh and finest quality. wide famous automobile races, and are The people who come after the holidays : Physician and Surgeon holusiaCounty Abl.tradlnvutmel1t -
t greatly disappointed to learn that times usually demand the more expensive : and Title Insurance Company.
Vote As It Stood Thursday Evening j I take located directly housm! 's. There are very few vacant. cot Special attention to diseases! of the Astrotiurnlshed and lUlu, ,
: The 'Gator Mevlnf Picture Show. ma) not place. They tages on the beach at present. Eye, Ear, Throat. and Nose. Office ...i. !tIll ,. eim' and Blue perlKt.1
I on the beach and are delighted and residence Magnolia avenne : n.lI"i oiled lu-ri Ii.hPrr..re'. i>.
: The 'Gator moving picture show is with our climate but if the races are DAY1ONA BEACH, Dec. IS.-The door west of P. O T telephone S:!. '. W tank and Tra, Fl J...PP".Ue \ .

DAYTONA supplying some very attractive picture undetermined w ill return to St. Augustine / town council has granted a petition : _omcvbourtva m.. top. m. I ..: __ __ __ _
ona High School 390,785 : from night to night, aa well as at the at the end of the month. from the abutting property owners to -
lax 316,690 I matinees Wednesday and Saturday }Ir. and Mrs J, Hunt's daughter Mr?,. open and shell Palmetto avenue from : G. A. KLOCK I ). 1 U. & C. f\. 1l0GeHSt

Rifles 240.665 Radlirn and her little will Mil j Seabreeze avenue north to Duke street.A ,
afternoons. sou, slay t Civil 1 :ngmccrs
Eastern Star. t from the Seaside Inn l Physician and Surgeon)
> 21,055 : The seating arrangements at the from Xew York harbor for Jacksonville, pleasant party
st Parsonage : 'Gator are both comfortable and well and are expected to arrive at S-al-reeze including Mr. and Mrs. Horace Stewart., HpPcUI altentluii given to I.'lwaw> hr r DAY TON A and

l MaRie Morgan 21,765 placed for obtaining a good view of the Sunday, for a season' sojourn. chartered the Dixie, Wednesday, and the Kj: and rittloc <>( ilaiHv. omce*. omr hour OITi'u ( MIAMI, FLA.overilobeetothingstoreg .
<' .. 6,220 Hobbs has one of the had an all day trip to the Tomoka. The
Jean Conrad Mr. ; H I Sim I lu H <"> u'.
( Frances pictures. io a. in. to p. m. : p. Established: IS75!
5,935 and MllfAllflliiNfl.8lF.SlJ. other members of the party were, Mr. .
best. operators to be obtained, proposes IIAYTON. \ _
_, _
School :
Industrial ---
and Mrs. River, Mr Curtis and Mr.
2,990 i to maintain the show on the same
_ Mary Ollie 135 high plane in future as in the past' giving Wt' ton. guests at. the Inn, also Mesdames M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. I). j
Antoinette i. Foltz the people the best section! of films HOLDS ANNUAL ELECTION.A ( Jones and Lantz, recent arrivals
at the> Ocean Spray. The party had amost ; Homeopathic Physician
1.* U.\\.ONA t possible.The I
of it, and for it.
and delightful day
23,480 continued large patronage No 453 North Beach Street. |
raze High School 17435Congregational i highly commendatory remarks made by A Large Attendance. Including Mr. Crimn; and son Louis went to Office Hours 12:30 to 2:30ud: l /;...u ;

I'R: Parsonage, Daytona Beach visitors to the 'Gator are proof of the eLand Monday in the interest of Mr. t to 7:30.Telephone '
10.335 of Town Membersand Iriffin; s No. \'Z2. \
Church appreciation of the public! in Mr: lloob Many Out orange; picker. ;
s 7,365 money's worth The Stewart beach cottage occupied I
efforts to give Several Visitors. I
,_-on School. hy Mr. and Mrs. Swann. is undergoing
I:Alice Daugherty, Daytona I HeachlAUrgaret -. 6,760 4,550 at every performance.--- The annual election of officers of Halifax considerable repair I Daytona Private Hospital DU. A. 0'NtILLOSTliOPA'Ill: :: I

Freeman Daytona Beach Lodge No. SI, F. A: A. M., was heldat Mrs. lIuntt'r,lrl. liuclner's daughter, and Sanitarium !
3,400 NOTICE the regular convocation Thursday who is tending her first eason on the .:..rJ facility lurlb..l.n..rlr."lm.11{ l I
.4. ..Jennie Murray, New Smyrna 2,640 Light. There was a huge attendance, (.each, is becoming quite txrt| at casting .- undcareuf irclrlral appliance IIIt'IIh'.I."d. trained lOur"h'.1 uur caws.*". .

.* Lillian F. Stewart Daytona Ikach 2,190 c-1 have not paid licence) tax.there- including a number of out of town the line, and brought in more fish quiet surrounding toallpll ul.* Hicl TrrnM,LI on attrutlirtiKlvro |. ( \I..I..r""JI. .. I'.uikling.aih ( .. I
''f_Ruby Spaulding, Daytona I Bract 1.555 fore can sell you tare a good. Masons and the following officers wt'rrelHt",1 than the family could dispose of Monday I crlfua. No I'r.t'aN.U. A.Hth KMH'KPbyilcUo : *,.. IwyU ma.I-1, s. StKft.DR.
in's Opera House W i-beaper than any p pA n tU\\ n for the ensuing year. and her neighbors had a benefit.Mrs. luCbargr. '
= 1,490 visit to my store will t'onvinceyoul W. V Carter-Worshipful Master. Hunter's little son, who ass quite q
telsle. Coates, Daytona Beach 1,050 'S Sol, H MR SIIIRt:. Warden. denim ate when they lame south u regaining I I DU.150IIANNO.YSPrivate)I ( : :
Beach MrFAIIIIE (;rant Maloon-Senior W. ,\. f.OYl : I

,>Sallie Holland, Daytona ................ft+Mp Joseph Osborne--Junior Warden. his health. j I r Sanitarium
................s... Attorney Cary n. Landis M. taliaUennatn s F. T. PeckTreasurer.A. Miss Carrie Freeman entertained the DentistUr.
I'ur tIe treatment of all

..*...**... ...............J for Lis h-mein OeUnd II. Carter---Secretary.for three ". Tofigny hurting Club Friday at nightJ I'inehurst at their first : .m.l and ,......,. Medical and .*.
It..tt..**..** ) G. F. Smith Trustee years : : (tIT : Corner KIJ 2J .south Beach Street
'A C. AKenney'a
.. The master elect appointed J. IPat C. Butler has taught out t
;;r' ,?_ GOOD FOR > VOTHHIN 4 t Give the. boy a watch for tillo. Senior Deacon; Charles host. interest in the firm of J. C.ButUr.lt'o. : PHONE S'J C. C. BOHANNON.:' :" M. U.

.'A" THE ... : We have them at all pricesTeo. The Jeweler.ten Junior Deacon; Mile Ke\els, Tyler l Mr. Butler ill continue '

) CO. : ( : II. CLARK Thursday> &: 31, was select('\.t the business at the same office. UOY! I HOWIt.: >\. I D- I i S. II. (;( )\'I:
la ;
BUSII cS. SAFFO I ad the night for the installation of "Hicers Mr. and Mrs Thomas B.' "blr10- 'I
) I and Mn+. A. W. Welllt \\ entira with Past Grand Master I Jam.':s Tog and lrl. Young made a pldtsaiitt I Physician and Sllr J'on. Architect liuilder and

'r] R'l'I ('uba. Ia't week. Carnell as installing oflicrr.Vm. party for a half-ilay's fishing: sporton
y. PIAXC ) ( ( ) to Ilavana wf't'ks Utllt. ---- the Halifaxednesday.. Office and residence: 123: : *I. RnlgeContractor:

h ten days or two \ Carswell and mother arri"e'1 The ordinance to build cement sidewalks wood Avenue, npp KUgewi( H"- |1.iJ..rwf'; and office, i.orthenat cor-
-- "'. Phone n.'). Office hours: 'J t" nee liulgewood and Volusia ave.
i Votes cast for --- -- of the beautiful newaists yesterday from Chicago am on Yalley street from north town I I" a. m., 2 to 4 1'11116:30 to ;,. m. Pbe !S'J.> Daytona, Hanuiiti
f&' iine of these nwpns. G tune FuruishiaStore wg sill remain for the. season in theiNorth : r limits to Svann-eze avenue passed on
1- 1 Issue of the Gazette-Ne will publish W. 1x1,3 at the Ladit'd' each street cottage. rte and reading Monday night. ....... .i.i.tii>.>.tii.i..."

Ml be voted within seven days.I 1 IVt-emlier for Christmas. ,
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I I Mrs. Millie Smith, of Ormond, is ..

I visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. A

THE BUSH and SAFFORD CO.I I i after Wing4te.the holidays.She will remain 'until Syrptfs r Day Electric Current j

I Peter Hart and Tom Melton while

hunting near New Smyrna Satur- 0 EhxrtSennlacts :

$: PIANO CONTEST and day a bagged number several of squirrels.Mrs. wild. turkeys gently! yet promptly I Will be turned on 1 ,

Arthur Goodrich who has bowels cleansesthe December 1 1908. -'
been at the Belmont a few weeks returns one .

today to Deerfield ilich., system effectually

I 1 residents of and vicinity will be awarded pecting with to her return'husband.to Daytona This will give the'citizens of Daytona, 1-
J i In which two Daytona I on i I assists one m overcomingKabltual

i Seabreeze and 1 Daytona Beach an -
beautiful Howard Pianos furnished by the Bush & 1 Charles Walters L D. Pitcher constipation\ ,
l two
and Henry Piepgras formed a fish-j; to operate I
. 1 log party to the inlet and Spruce ,1 permanently.! : To got its

f Safford Piano Compano of Miami, sole representatives of the Creek Monday in Mr Piepgras'
effects buy I
x launch, the "AeguidieusX beneficial Electric Fans, Flat Irons, Machines\ ,

R. S.Howard Co. The contest to be conducted on behalf of Edward Ferris, of South Norwalk I \ I

Conn., is in the city for a few days. thethALIFORNL& and motors various kinds. The op-

& Safford by The Daytona Gazette-News lie is with hit
.J the Bush Company ,stopping Mrs. Ferris in one grandmother of the- erating of motors by electricity is clean I

: and The Daytona Daily News.ki'. Nash cottages on Yolasia avenue. Co. and economical. Ask us

J Dr. Geo G. Perkins Mrs Perkins i I
and Miss Emily arrived Monday- SOLO BTUWSNC DRUCCilstS5Ot.BCm1D i ightOPlant J

ternoon from Moline 111., and are Adam Scliantz Electric E
located for the winter in one of J. A YTa N A INSTITUTE. ,

Brown's South Ridge- TneSTT-HISTH' TEAL I
Mi** 8. ELIZABETH: TOJlYJI: :.. Principal:
wood avenue j No I Seminole block. Beach Stl't'et.I'IoU' ,
E. L. GUNN General Manager. ;
of Orange.Cln ,
I J. V. Colclough left Monday for .t and Individual Instruction. CoachIng .I
New York where he expects to remain of Pupil needing special attention. ............................. ..................
S One $400 R. S. Howard Piano will be gl tiDaytona to the person or I until next fall It n rumored The Languages eratureand Klocutlon.current Events.DrawingIAL-

the of ti'oreceiveste that Mr. Colclough may become a DR. T. A. DAVISPANTHEROPIST #*k**************+*****;.* **.***t*********.***+.+*+*
.. organization residing it City benedii during his stay north

3 spending the honeymoon, ssibly: i Hare your Picture Frames made at Lesesne's Kodak Place" next i\ ;i
number of votes. in Europe. The latest safest and most scientific t''
: highest method of treating the sick. Includes .J
drugless Osteopathy door to the Prince George Hotel I Mach Street near Third! Avenue i I IIt
With the exception of Halifax every
And $400 R. S. Howard Piano to the in Vol- Scientific Massage. Women and children 11
) one person Lodge, No. 81, the Masonic bodiesof a specialty. Examination free. J
Daytona have the distinction of Corner opposite postoffice, Daytona i R. H. LESESNE Daytona Florida.

usia County outside of Daytona who receives the highest voteIn holding several the low nmnbeiT, Heath. : : .J .1
Halifax Council Wing Xo 1 J. Order ..k4 .. .a< tttt+rx t< ><. lo..a.. aa.. 4+k4+ ..
of Eastern: Star. No. 1. Halifax Chapter I I Phillip E. Robinson, Architect. '1

i I addition to the two pianos additional prizes will be No. {5 i, and the Oriental Com- a i National. Bld'l.v.llo.b.. 0..

mandery No. 9.Legal. ti d1 1 I a WInterlionee I. I Iorlia !! Latest Style Golden Oak
#given to contestants as follows: ------ -- .11 tillll; ': iungalowaP $11 85
j ..f.11.1..i.i.i.i.i.iu11... rroJ'lc.1.Iio n..Uft':'i.r. PARLOR RCCKER/only .

2 Due Bills for $200 each i Due Bills for $100 each : Notices : ....n., bead n* Ji-Ss and we'll pack and ship yon IhU rocker
> Poston that regularly..clU at retail.teree" for$7.50. Boston leitbcf
x Savannah seat and beck with French rrBc( at top. Made of oak
f 2 Due Bills for $175 each 2 Due Bills for $ 75 each i.u..i.u.t.i.i.u.t.II.i.a:1 Tampa.nip t'aut d Uhol iR'd.011 golden cao and san Eighty lots poIUheil.of money Uahogaiy by buying SateS ertcttr if

lz, Notice of Application for Tax Deed .1 feW -- n Ce bris.Tf taa: buys lumber la ':II* ,mates Mhta.
Under Section 8 of 438s factw hot ciilrs :aullt.la V.iea! ri;jht: here U the South t. )M atrt .
2 Due Bills for $150 each 2 Due Bills for $ 50 each Chapter GLENWOOD mltd whoasaving yon heavy freight, charges and rd..Ien'pro'b.
Laws of Florida
Our big tree ealalcgae show over too tliSerrat
Notice is hereby given that J. W. i 1 kiada of chairs for parlor, dining room, kitchen, porch
's 2 Due Bills f for $125 eachCOMMENCED 2 Due Dills for $ 25 each Wilkinson, purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. : $1.8 lawn,store,office-all chair sizes and atykw-ail at lowest bargain
1395. dated the 7th day of June A. SEABREEZE FLA. prices. Every: guaranteed exactly as reproseated
or your money >atk.011: take no risk what
D. 1X99 has filed! said certificate In my crer. Wail postal to-day for Catalogue awl special
CONTEST DEC. 1 and CLOSES MARCH 31 office and has made application for NEAl POSTot'f1E. SCHOOL AND H )kE. Christmas List. >Iean do'lars; in your pocket.
r tax deed to issue in accordance with rUWID tXKl MCTMY.tu M.r4.a..1n.Jae..wlt.ltd
s law. Said certificate embraces the- following -. MODERN HOUSE

t to Get Yo usia described County, Florida property, .-wit situated: io. Electric Lights, Telephone, all
Rules and Regulations i : Bow and Where Lot 4, Section 16. Towship 15 South I
VOTES Range 33 East. The aid land bring aseeesed Conveniences. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
at the date of the issuance of
: .
R SOI.K! lo\TIN, KIxlllNii. 11.\Till S(:
such certificate in the name of the heirsof
1. The contest is open to anyone living in The following merchants: will give one vote for II. M Clay. Unless said certifi'-a'- special hairs for ""'.-".on. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 76. Corrected to October 1st. 1908

Volusia County who is known by the conductors every centw\ into their establishment shall be rvdei-med according t; tu'w, tax No. M No. 19 No. 78 No.9*
t deed will issue their:;:, on the 21st day A. B. CLARK Proprietor. DAILY DAILY MAIN LINE DAILY I DAILY
of the contest, or vouched for by .some reputable for goods whith they handle. of r>cfx:."., A. D. 1908."Viiuepiftny .

person to them well known. R. H. MCDONALD Meat?. official signature and seal 1 10 pm i M am ('L..JactsoDyUle......._dry 725 pm tttUB
this the 20th day of November, A. 1>., From NoTcmlH-r :21, It*, to April li, ItuAfter + 0 -P pmTUpm 10 35 am iAr..' ._ ... .. ...5I. Augustine.-! .... L.. b 10pm504pm 7 Ivan

., 2. No employee, attaches or relative of the M. B. AULTMAN (1__-" furnishings.jQRUScifMORRIS : 190$. SAM'L, D. JORDAN, 12 I>BJ5 11 1 23 45 am pm ;,1.L..ta.Ill'oilatk..L.._........ ......Ormond.. .._...._..._... Ly in pm307pm 6 4 41 33 am ama
Clerk Circuit Court Volusia County, 9 1 36 ,LrJ .. ....___ taytonaNe ... ..... I 4 Wan
of the above named firms i pm pm -
3 proprietors are eligible { HARDWARE COMPANY. Florida. (SEAl.) AplllKsl1"". UoTFL I.KCllKVALIKR: : 10 10 pm 20 pra LrS ... _.,.. feu yrn*. ...==== t: 2 90 pm: 3Uam1MM
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29 LT Tltuerttle .Lv 1 14
11 IS pmWOOD |>m pm
in this and will R. P. IIAMLI
Clerk. .
r to participate contest participate By Deputy Ocean {:rove. New J..rIl(01. "! 4 11 pm ILT. .r ._...-.... (:oc.Mt ._..__...1.12 82 pm 162 IB
BINOHAM & MALEY CO.. Furniture. It Mam129am 4 li pm ''LT_.__._Rocklcdie........_....._.Ls 1128: pm 149 am
4 In no manner. 4 00 pm I.. ._.......rau- 'ii'lig.' .__,.. ____..1.II Mkm 1 14amDally
*****: PECK-HENDRICKS COMPANY. Drygoods. NOTICE 12 .V am ft ID pm LT__........).Melbourne.__ _L\ 11..m"ta.am -.
2, I n the after toII tlwJMU! l..v f JIIIK-. Morgan' L.U. J..m't .___. \ 61/ am 7/1:
t, tween candidjrtes date : on > > 6 ,6.m 10461'111' paT
others interested in this Groceries.
1o. L
con- LYMAN 35 1146 JAr. 1Ilaml._._..__.L' I (J.m) 6 ::11I...
#: te' 1111\1 I 'print\ 10 UlIloiHHItlrle J. I.eMc'rory'uuutyJalgeof tie w am.m .151J.aa I'm Lr............__ ..MtairI_. .......__.... 10I'm I W pa
icucontcoversy may be referred to the ronTttE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY. : Volutln r<.uuty. tlllJO am .10 50 ate \AT__._.Ilomatcad-. .._.1.v "llO I'm :' :lie p.is .
who the Florida, HIT flnnl Hciimnti niul upply forlilrnnaldlwh.rges.rt.rutur (MRNKIt; : I'I.U'M'sn: : VO I'm ........ .-.k'u13bu key u W am
ductors of the .alone The Dot."k.'t ij
contest are persons HANKINS Druggist. uf Ihfrstntrof \VOI.VMIA\ FNt'Fs. .. IAr. __ __ 't
qualified to render decisions. Klihu Hmith.JulIN. except Sunday. fundays and Wednesdays Qi.lr. Tuesdays and Frtdijt only

4. In the event a candidate decides to withdraw Where Votes May\ be Cast OrnioiMl, .'111.. iHf A. .BOHTKOM.IVth. !IIIIM. FT.r: -utor. DAYTONA it LA. PALATKA BRANCH _
t -- --
from the race such candidate will not be -- --- -- Lean East'EAST tAWT;: \ TO Arrive Lure PALATKA TO EAST >ArrtTtXa4PALATKA
Ballot boxes: will be placed in the houses rep- Notice of Application t r Tax Deed II. M. MAXWILLER PROPRIETOR Pal.th : r.WIK.PaJat"a' I fulatla 1'iUlia
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of another

candidate in the contest. resented in this contest. Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888 ( SO am _So. 46 PtllTNo. .__: 5 SO am ;V :; ......-"00 47 ion.,2J r. Ii :
Laws of Florida. --- -- _..' ._. | I 2Q..
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.. Notice is hereby given that the Equit- LOW TIDES on the BEACH 11 60 am405pm ._. No.' 62 IhillrNo. ._... 1110 1 in M\ pm ....-.No. B3 I>ailT _. 3 I" ...
able Building and Loan Company of I Io ..? 61 lil. ...... 425 pui 4 T' pra .-. :0.... 55 r>.HT....... 4 W p.
..._..:'\o.Ao.n, .... 62'tf7 \f ..._..:\o. 11"11.i; 7 9 pa
,.# NNN4HNNN.N..HN No1I Daytona Certificate purchaser No.I.of. dated City of the DaytonaTax oth day n Month y 1'0v. tIEC. JAI. 6 7 W 3S pm pra ...._...,.. 5e "'IIJ._........ 7 U pm 8 W> pra 10m ......NO. ae I> HT.._..'.' 8 20 pm i

.r-"Li I WAIT Daytona Tin and of August. A. D., 190G. has filed said -- -
certificate in my office and has made ... 1... ... 7:03_. ... 7:10._ ... 9:10._ SAN MATLO CHANCH
l1lRlT-CLASS I application for tax deed! to issue in accordance ... 2_. ... 8:10... 8:20.: _10:11_ l. ave EaU -> EAST 1'ALATKA 1"0rrlve- : Si Uave Saa- <' 1't.XtEO' TO E.\H J-urtnIut
: with law Said certificate embraces ... 3... ... 9:1.' ._ 9:21.: _1109._ ,( SAN: )I.T1:01.:4:0: Mateo i I i'AIATKA | r !itU
: Sheet Metal Works the following described properly ... ..... ...1O:1Z.: .. 1030... _11:55... -
CHINESE LAUNDRY f situated in Daytona, Volusia County, ... 5... ...11 :0.')... ...11:25._ _12:....._ 8 JO am ........No. 49 J>ttll'i! i I L.5. No. SO:; ikily .._. ; ;;Ii;
Florida to-wit: .. G... ...11-10... _12:15._ 1:2\1._ 3 li pm L_...:-It. S3 l>.\tly.... J 3$ pm 3 40 ptt1 _...... No. M DKlljr ....... 4 go p.I .
214 North Beach Street DAYTONA. FLORIDA. : Lots 1 and 2, block, sub-lot 4, blink ... 7... ...11:51._ _.12:11... 2:11_ .1
r 25, in the City of Daytona. The said ... S... ...12:41... ... 1:U5._ _. 2:53._ No. 21 No. in 15.17 i :0.0.-1' ;o. :20 1'0. 77Bu.
Stiff bosom I
shirt t-12 Night Sbirts._ __.................10 r El ASCII
open MAYPOrt.
; : I I
land .. 123... ... :45.... 3:30._ :
being assessed at the date fir the : : flall1 Su.only Dsi1J
Tin Gutter 9. only Dally D.1y
White shiru._ __.....10 WooleD Sbirts._...._.. ....................10 Roofing, issuance of such certificate in the name ....10... _-. :10.... ._ 2 2x9... 4O'J...
Cheek sbirt.a._ ___-__. 8 Undershirts___....... ............ ..... > 1 of I. and B. Morgan. I'nles' said certificate ...11_. ... 2;.'))... 3:13._ 4:52_. I 2001'\\I 110 pmt 900 am ir....... Ja.'A CQlvllle ..._.........Ar 7 '." am '11 2O pm 6 JO pa
New r btrte.___._ .13 Dra""ers._.................. .................. S ing Copper Work bhall be redeemed! according to ...12. ... :I:.,)... _. 3:51_ 5:31 1 40.i pra ..' t 6 W 65 pm\ 9 t4.40> am.m I..#':__..... \. .Oda rods J'l..at.I1..,'h.".'_..m'.,.'..". I.t 1\\ 7 7 s.; am am II Il4itm 60 am 4 4 45 W "piv -.
Shirts collar attached!__ 13 Socks per IJair_............................ 3 i. law, tax deed will issue thereon the JVth ...13.... ... 4:20..4::3)._ .., (;:25._ W pra pm '7 lu I'ID pmI +10 UU .m,l.a __..-. ...cloort... .. ..u..L, 6 -to am 11 30 am .4 W pu
ex. day of December A. 1) 190S. ...14.. ... : ... ._ :20.. _. 1:22._
f Collars a ch.__ ---. .2} liandkerch___ ................. .. 3 Witness official signature and seal .. .. 6.0t.6:10..5... t=-' i I'
Tanks I .15. : I. .
of all my
: CuBA, per pait________ 5 Silk Ilandkerchiefa_.................. -I : this the 27th day of November, A. D.. : ...i 0... .-.. ti:5 ... .. 7:05... 9:25._ f.,. D.a15..1- I?Day1..' Or.... Gtr araacbl,w. t.u.1a1i.L D..I"t",: 1'.w.itL'- a&a A.1:'.'1 Sulsc. 1\\.... as.11 e.ly
1908. SAM'L. D. JORDAN. i ...1... ... :W...._.10:25._ 1
,} !}' Also Ladies Clothes at corresponding prices Clerk Circuit ( Volusia .. .. ... .. ._11:20._ I'I'1 .1150 16.5 .!
.J. kinds f lone Court County, .1S. : ;( : ,I 00 am t'. Vtw Sayru Ar.L I'm "m I 6 00 am 'Lr..Tltn>vlUe.\ 12 M pa
i+e............................................... <> repairing in liNtdas'4..tylt" Florida. (Seal) ...19... ... 7:1.S..8. :- ._ _..12:14.I : S : 'll 00 am L:_OTM+.*U.tr Clt>,__.L.L*.127: 1 !06 pm; I 61% |:m ..9...ui...am.. .\r...._.:>. *..nlord. ..... : ..LT.Ir:!.9..30 am
... .. 9 86 11 90 am -> pm Ilpm'
.. ... pm
Prompt attention I .:!O... : :; .1220. .. ....
I 3 to 11 45 am ir0r.tt City J.' 50 I'm''' 4 00 |>m I 1.-......... ............. .. 1'-
.. >... .. .. pm } 112
--- i given to all work. SHERIFF'S SALE.rlltl..r I ..21... .II.l28)5..12:00.::? .11:40. 2 1:07::00. I I '_ I I tCONNEt.1IONS _-

""""" ""'"' """"" """",, If" f" ,J"j! :::?3..12:23..12:35.::: ::: :::.::: :::I=: 250.. MADL AT [NIGH1S gar UO( FOR J.t.Y' Wt.T A\D It'Y.'SA.I
: No. Ill! South and by \irlue .>( Nin Ku: .. ....... .... ....
Street 5.15.1.
Da'tona.Bro'n ...
Shop ...21... ...1257..1:2(1... 3-13._ I .ry. TIM I TABLES skew lk.11. it*hi h .7. h ".peoe4 to dope.?
i iI tious out of tin t'irniit fours of _.. ...._. .. ... ....... ...... .. dam. .1. c.-ar
JHKUtnl/ .1 kvl they rt l or 4tfmn l the h to mot BhM
3 the ...2.)... ... 1:10..2:10... .. -I:36... i Ind[ ropOMiM to ..7 <.!." .. My cea..asa.e. .nM.. .b r..I.. ..... _
San Mateo ]1 & Coleman.MASONIC 1'olueiaCounty, Florida in wxeralcHUxeM I ..2P.: ... ... 2O.: ( .. ... ::1:00: _._ 5:3:1.: AGUIT<
Cigars tberein i""ndiiiK./ wlN-mn The .... I FOR COPY OF THE LOCAL TIMS CARD OR OTHER llifOIl.\I.\110ll: : "StE THE IK-rXET
...27... 3:10..330.: 6:3" .
Kutterkk Limited AUGUSTINE.
rubliohlim ST.
roni'anv.| .,. D. RAHNER. AxitU*! General Pao r A c t
in Plaintiff I ....,>,>... ... 3:57.: .. ... 4:47.: ... 1'3.- i
DIRECTORY. Moon a ltrothro Con-oration Ct'IIIJlllI1J.| u Curlora, | and ...2'J.) .. ... ..::).")... ... 5:50...,... 1'1-11' . . . ... . -
... .. ... .. _
ix 1 _30... 6:00. 6.1. 9.52 f
Have MadeReputation I IA HALIFAX lyMlHlK No. 91. F. Jk: A. ii tion IVft-Ddant and Kutland 'larnif ...31... ... ......: .S:00.: ..
Mt'eta 1st and.trd Thursdays.HAlIKX ut Company, a Corporation in Plaintiff '_ .::... === ; Ice
rilAPTKP., No. b, R. A. M.- and Moore Itrotltfrn (.ollll|>aiir. a Daytona Company .
M..In", Thursday.OlUKNTAI.fOMMANUERY.. Corporation, H U-f"ndant. and The Forenoon and afternoon tides are approximately ,
.No '.K. T.- 1'mlk-llfiidrkLi Company, a ,'urlrl1'tiun at the same hour. Automobiles
Mrvtslth Thursdajr
of 1 1The 1.I.tO.1t'UAP'na.: No. I, O E. a.- IK Plaintiff, and Moore I'.rollirrn ran be driven on the beach two : PURE ICE :
Meets Jnd.nd 4th Tuesdays Company, a Corponttk.u| IH l IMeiid.int, hours after high:; tide and within two'
All meet Masonic: Hall Orange avenue. and the l.h olla Novrltjr MaiiufmHiring/ hours of high tide. Made from Distilled Water.

Their i Own. (.X>inpany, a l'orllOn\ti"n, M 1'laintifT, -- ---- Factory corner Railroad and Volusia au'uue.
I and Moore Brothers l''lUloany. 1t ur- Come and . . . + .
4. ; in iK-fendant and Tlie Antori- see our
: success of the San Mateo Cigar is tilt' of r 69BestROSES ran l lady Cornet Company a rorioritfon. VI
t .l in plaintiff and Moore lirotlien I
[''- the greatest industrial triumphs)} of the East Const r Cc>inp.iiij, a cor)'oration, i IH dt-feiidant stock of
and Ilie I'erk-Hendrii-kn' .Company, a I
since the freeze. ,(1)rIs.0.t.nt| io plaintiff, and MINIM
F lroi!i r.. C iiipanjr a <- ; Made from the choicest growths: of tohacco that the peninsula SI1ICTD U9ncnriBCT van I 1.1 t n Mi'lirt-1 I'its.....Ito Silk CoinptllM Comforts Blankets r ., FULL

t of Florida and the Island of ('"I.... tcozi... '. a l-OIIHirittl.ru, It pWIMlllll Mil.IMoorv u
,; can produce, and w raj- Aid moss Its *M w Oif Urol ht''''. ('OIIISIIIT. H oir
: with the leaf A SekKt R....,.sal EafAr nnd hr fatal >oration, defriidant. and l7ixhwub !
rich M >
pea silky grown on East Coast plantations! ... ... fataliVMbrUJrAMfiSikraW | *- EXPRESS

; the cigar industry of the world has never produced letter go.Hls. .:" Iwty toot w name n rtvim.Camplct. ( xirution.and in plaintiff Company. and a Moore foreign"' I'.rotliftN tt.rj PafPaloI

:I f For Kale by all the leading hotels and clubs and l l.y the Union I aofef( IUr..%Orair t .<. Fra Company, n r corporation. i+ d.-f. ,--nd Pillows and
1 I ...d Nut t.e.ti FnsI nut and \II..rt !.. Mll*..ii.t.-in H plaintiff .
l News Company on every train entering Florida. I 17t, ,tanlvlt. leeh..ada; toes Pts.la 00ararq.a: mid Moore llrotlH-r Coinmny.| a !I I

f Twenty sizes, styles and grades to select from. lorj-oration, !ij4 defendant. I h.ite I ilI1 '1 d .-
j'I !Iet.d upon and will sill at pnl.li.-out- t 14
cry in the Mouth room on tire lower fliNirof Mattresses.All fi
l I TOR SALE BY ALLManufactured Dt'ALIRS.i Roses and Ornamental tlafOtwotld liiiil.lintf./ in It.i\toni_ Eat
,, >uu..iu County. Florida on tlie first I t 1Wrii34
; HrS Monday in January; A. ll., JI! ()!*. )tieinj, ,
j Shrubbery. tlw4th day of najd month hiring the
W. ROWLEY. sexy IO. 1t-1C1\11".uf1I of ale, to the hi}>hext and i Grades. Prices f I
i'LORIDA All the lest varieties of winter blooming ,. U-xt bidder for naiad lerwinal l 1''I..rty| of Ni.1 deftndant. -
tILLLALL11.L1etIn1ALLLLL AIWiIkLLAL X41 grafted Itoyes adapted! to Florida i tn-wit: All of tl'.t"t.k of good* Right. s'.
: 1i:15Jh. ..ya 11S i- 1200
.1 alM other ornamental plants, trees an I and) HxtutvH known aiH> MOIIKIII/ / to
I .
tin Moore
f'brubllt'ry11 p'ants guaranteed. liruttwrs'outpunyacurlsorath i I
NNNNNNN..NN..N..NN..1N.N....N.1... .... Grounds and plants cared for. u and are now located in the wii.l

i. J. F. CLARK IIf'.lertD Fresh $.'.{.r4 FISH :.: J. t H1NSKY 1 couth room building on the, in lower IInytolll\l floor, Volimia of theAtwtMNJ i Bingharn& Maley Co. CliAS. BLU.Vi & COMPANY 1 \

Oysters and Clams. Game in Season. All orders County Florida, or HO much thereof tu
-, will receive prompt attention. *.] will Hatiofr aid Executions and! cont.Thin AGENCY I'AIWT; IlUEW IX(5(; (O..
i ( "TilE PINES" the 11th day of KovemU-r A. I).,I
CoU Avenue DAYTONA FLA. 1908. J. R. TunIC, Blue Ribbon Been and Lewis 66hiskey

t .................................... ........ .......: South Ridgewnoil are, Dayk)ns' HhrrilT Vuliwia County, Fla. FURNITURE UNDERTAKING Bead for Price LUt. IArKSON\. t U.1.K:, VI*