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The Daytona gazette=news
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Ormond gazette=news
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Daytona gazette news
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Ormond gazette news
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Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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January 2, 1909
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Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
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The Gazette-News of Daytona began publication in the 1890s and continued until January 26, 1901. On that date, it was succeeded by the Daytona Gazette-News, also known as the Ormond Gazette-News. This successor newspaper ceased publication in about 1922. Both papers covered news of traffic up and down the Florida coast. The St. Johns and Halifax River Railway, later renamed the Florida East Coast Railway, reached Daytona--present-day Daytona Beach--in 1886, a decade after the city had been incorporated. Daytona proved to be a new American city for the new American Century. With the railway’s arrival, Daytona’s proximity to the ocean made it a premier tourist destination. The history of racing in Daytona is also well documented, beginning with car races along the beach, followed by more organized races inland on oyster shell and later asphalt speedways. The newspapers also reported on the use of automobiles for stumping the state politically. Finally, researchers can find references to the activities of Florida transportation and tourism pioneer, Henry Flagler.
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Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Ceased in 1922?
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.r'v 01. 20, No. 32 Ooc Everywhere. Reaches: All crum. Daytona, Florida, Saturday, January 2, 1909. B"t A.nrtl.IDI Median in De tone and_ Viclnlt->. Price 5 Cents

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Our Wool Dress Gooils Have Arrived.J JOwing SUNDAY MORNING FIRE MATRIMONIAL II 3.'irh City Hotel. 1


1 to our being able to pun.!ha-, direct from the Mills\ this ;year, we -

o are enabled to display a b Ix-tter line of \\ tad Dress) Coals, comprising *1(.the ---- I ELECTRIC LIGHTS.

This i is the second fire this site, MULTIPLIED. f BLFCfhtICBELLS.'i : .
I latest shades and eJTect.s, than ever In-ton and at prices equal to the larger Occupants Make Very I upon >,.nrll a
the Pilliogham having burned thereabout } s t ii (Hot &ud Cold Baths. 4
The from. of the most celebrated mills I
dl'partmf'nttorf':4 gotuN an on
(five years ago The spread of the Table Fir.t- liI1S.

their potxJs being handled liy all\ the Jii inLiss stores in the country. XVe Narrow Escape. dames\ to the Cove and Hodman buildings -

.:- Divorce: Dividends Doubled-Will t Room for a few table
solicit an insertion' l before making your pun-liases. destroyed tree which decades will
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I boarders.
require to restore.
The Daytona Notary's Knot f
Mrs. Wm. Wicking Loses House, Fortunate for many that this did not '

The Peck-Hendricks Company. occur the night before when the strong Stay Tied? U -w GEOJLMI[JEWS

...............................................NN. S. H. CoveWorshop, and Mrs. wind would have carried the flames like I PROP IBfO

Shoemaker (iarajre., wildfire. As heretofore when fires have IRK
--- occurred the night was calm. It. might NEW YOir 1 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.A ...................................*..*....*.****.**. .

........................................ ...... ..ti Early Sunday morning about :3:30: .. 2 I
he time.
not so next ASD! COTTAGES
i of Mrs. Win. Wicking > lit THE WHITE HOUSE
o'clock the cottage
Thin empha.-i7cs the importance of I OAYTONA BCACH, FLA. +

i Real Groceries .J.j in which s-he resided, on Volu>iaAenue taking the earliest. steps possible looking Daytona notary was called on J Capacity 30 rooms. Kooms bright, airy and completely furnished. Modern .|

between Kidgewood avenue 'toward the building of water works. Christmas Day to execute a little + improvements, clean and up-to-date. located on Seabreeze Avenue a short
and the F. E. C. Hy wits discovered to distance from Atlantic Ocean. Summer rates $1 00 per day and up. Spec-
With water works the Gore and (;Kidman bial knot'tyiog but just how t
connu.1 : ial rates by week, or season.
I.Jf'tln fire, Mr.( and Mr T. J. Jackson,
; r losses would have lieen R \' notary's bonds will stay sealed, H. L HOWARD Proprietor. *
of Pa., who occupied a : t
: It has:; been. our aim to establish : Pitt.-burg. immediate looking toward contracting remain in ,
first tloor front riKiiii, awakening to the parties x.................................................... t't
: here that will meet : a hatter temporary fire-lighting brigadewould traces remains to be seen. If any wedding -
grocery 'act. It is due to their of
t : with the popular wants of the : mind and prompt !action in ruling bos."I' provided with popular and arrangementsmade approval. If surroundings or even equalled and setting the ever wedding surpassed > *****.*********.**. **.*... .*..************* *******. rr

: I people)' 'xve study their wants : hastily up and stairs her daughterMiss and awakening Itrtha Mrs.Wickmg ., to attach to water supplies in the festivities reported from the Tomoka r THE MAGNOLIA .

: elevated tank it might avert a disastrous settlement on Christmas Day the rr
: and their needs. ;and buy accor and Messrs. Blake and Pete Hart that : R1DGE.WOOD AVENUE. 1 i
I spread 1 of fire. ida press has been tit>rilid in reM> rr
all out alive for the liinK-e was 1-l0r-1 Larac IloOI11lrnacl' Heat. Ltlcctric Lights. \
: dingly. \Y l' ;are not overtaxed they got I I Don't forget that it lakes generationsto the e\ent. : i

practically. f.'n\"t'lopt'tl{ l in tlame when the the The first mark : Rates $_.oo Per Day. i
: with expense ;and are enabled to : first[ awoke to their perilousDituation. grow magnificent trt't's" are thing to the I':'
occupants the admiration of all visitor to Da the youthfulness.
I I } tona ai interesting was andun.sotistieatedness
: sell at moderate prices.1 : ( Jive : The house Was NI nearly eneloped '' : MRS. CELESTE HINKS, Propritress.
and that a tire of brief duration can of the bride, a girl of IiYYIIXXu4l /'li
ia HHIIH-S that. Mrs Wicking hulLo : us a trial for the coining) Irluth.r ) : \ undo the work of time I't years, in short skirts. The youthful

.1 lie carried over the \'t'rIIImilm bride Wait bewitchingly gowned in white ************************** *+..**..****.**********A.* {
I and no one atteniptixl( to dres.: the I I *
and) wore the bridal veil I :
though rosy
r ladies in their night rubes as m THE MYRTLE \VRTLE AVENUE
s."r. CARROLL escaping with blushes, she was radiantly happy, 1 i Centrally(( Located. : x-
did the men in their night appan 1. ALDERMAN
while the proud bridegroom, who e\-
The Hart boys threw their trunk out I : A Homelike Hoarding: House with all modern conveniences. : ;
had many : t
dently seen more summer .
: The North Beach st Grocer.Telephone of the up-etairs window, Mr. Jack.tonjrabNd suns, if not many more winters' frost,]t I I : Can aeeomodate more table Ixxmlers.PKFCKS 1
of 'trou he rushed I
a pair rs as
CLARK gave unmistakable token that it was the. 1 << I RRASONA11LK.MRS. ( ;: ,
i out, and bliss Bertha Viking grabl<.l
I proudest moment of his life. I : C. KOST : 4
: Ko. It H.) two (rata from a rack as she rushed by Proprietress.

15 in the hall. Further than. thi, their. There was but one omission to mar I 1......._. ... 444..4....a. M *****....*.************A** ri
X1.1.1.1.............1.1..1.13 .1.1..1..... the beauty of the scene, and that was

clothing, and everything in the building !I RESIGNS.i doubtless an oversight on the part of''I .. ...............0+44.. ..............1... ......+.
went up in smoke. '..
YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU SEEK The origin of the lire cannot. be definitely i the otliciating notary. lie neglected to I. ) Accomodates Fifty.
I dfr do the customary little osculatcry stunt. "TH E PINES NEW HOUSE. :
ri, t L11 tTM under the category of real estate," whether ascertained. Probably the. nil st To He Effective The with the blushing: bride immediately I s All Conveniences.
plausible theory, and the ant w hit-h subsequent j
it l Is a house, store, stable farm or city timer tying the knot.
developments tend t<. confirm Second Wednesday in i Rates: $.!.50 Per Day and Up. Special by the Month.
count lots unimproved for own ten-
r> your I The second feature. of interest. which
1 --r ::- r-. --- amieytt n'ntto oth<.rs or hold as an in- i is that it was a defect of con.-truc- February. should challenge the admiration of \n attractive house with Inrgraml airy rixiiui. hot and cold water through the
in the lower of the huu< '. call aterlatthipit-el ,' tarnaeeStatand '
lion part ihiinney I } M sulphur Mglits telephone
,,, j tlllt'lIt-Ii1 thc>e parcels-on our lists: __ Pittaburg or Salt Lake City is the fact ,
I -= I and of the hearth. A woodm Ix-am'n tlnneoflime pleasantfeature.of"Tin- I'I'I' rrlM whl verandas and III Roof 411
rr"G Lich art foe to your search. We are at '! that the bride's mother was radiant in garden,alTonlliiK. H llni \row of Iharmintrr. rl\.*and oc,-an.

,'a tour. M'Ivic for anything in the real estate the chimney and it Hue entering 'SEVERAL[ [ mam PASSED.r. P [ the presence of three living husbands. "The Plnra"1*"kltualdl south! Kldiil... the hlgli.t avenue Ip; Daytonan

1.11"1111':<11 chimney from an adjoining room, i While the notary performed the ceremony insiipur| | | unite, with or without private liatb.
and was a few in lies only from the lire- K *
she sat complacently between No. OPEN FROM NOVEMBER TO MAY
f ) J. C. BUTLER placein whioit a fire luTnl'tl1tuTtlay( :; I i 15 i.
AlJ.rmuaneorge; II Clark tenderedhis 3 and 'former divorced spouse, the -.
and into the night.1.vidently .
.. Hcall--Iatf': Life Fire and Accidcpt Ine. the fire had lain smouhlering ) resignation to the city council Monday other one occupying a seat with the gay I MRS. J. B. JII SK\', Proprietress. ".

7' t,...r I'bone231, Daytona ]leach Fla. for hours before I it burst into evening to Urfftctivc just before and) gladsome throng. I 338 South 'RIdzewood Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA. .
I i the elation( in "February.' The The third feature which would! mark ,
flame Mrs. Jackson tailed Mr.( JaiksouV I resignation .I ........................................... .........
\\:accepted.: the. occasion as one of more than passing _

i NN NN N oai 4 ... attention to thc smell of smoke in I Tlif mayor was aulhnrizv-d to issue his interest was the fact that ODe of the I 1- ....,.............. .........NNN/N/ :
their room when they went home from
K-lamation calling the annual t lection !gentlemen spectators: had present in the
pr i
rc,, Ask for the Bread t the Troy (louse, \sher.'they took their i
: and J I.. Lynch, J. M[ Carson happy throng n couple of 'slousesses v, THE IVY LANE INN U ,' ,
meal-i. This WIat early liedtioH) *
7 ty. and \V. It. C itt..lultncn' apMiintedasitiNiwctors. | to whom, under mistletoe as green and ,
- 1 I I in the at chat hourthey I iWas
with the stamp ofT Again night just : and I). I 1). Itogen tle'rkk. The berries as delicate and waxy, he. had :
F n do not know, Mrs. Jick.v>n insistedthut opened for its fourth season November luth, 1908 and will' ...:
election will occur February' 10th. mimic plighted his troth.

there was fire, and a srarrh was Sanitary; In-Mctor] Zulnr reported{ --- remain open until May 15th; I'.MCJ.! !!' Tie house is well prepared to A
made without locating I
l : St any.A several) sewers In bad order.] I.ittle Vernon Smith entertaineda I maintain its et>tal>lished reputation. for refined elegance and comfort,
t tll lmlllthtltlrK elnlNsth.m wv IIMMMT by lo. t.t." .11 two and three
An ordinance for
Daytona Bakery providing tiling plats
..'<.Jut I. in the morning.viw a small blazeunder number of infant friends at a carefully prepared meals and most attractive tahle service. The
'i basement i one prohibiting expectorating: on Mdewalks Christmas. tree |wrty at time home of I
house but
the it -
thought A
ff)! MliZe, probably IllfUIlt to keep I and an amendment to the sanitary : his grandparents|! Mr. and Mr*. i I rooms are large and I sunny well" lighted and heated, many of them ;

l.rduaan"1ere! passed third rc.idThe : 1 1,'t'). F. :Smith.; with liatht :
provided private
N;.. .. II. E. GProprietor. plants| from freezing as the night; wit ing i

threatening. 1 registration list was revKed nn Miss: Wicking was the lint, after The Howard. "tf f I W. W. FOLTZ Proprietor.
tiumlx r of names stri<'ken.Qucenie
emerging from the building to yell __ I : : : : : .I :
"lire." MeiAdigers( on wheels took Up Mrs. .\. A. Stone, Mrs. M. S. Lud- i .NNNO.. N N. o. .......
N bilk : low, Miss Ella Hughes and Mrs..Margin i -
the s.tnts
---- -- the cry through were i Sliss McFadden went to 2................... .w.............................
rung, shots tired and soon a crud was Jensen Monday for a week's visit vt McConnell, all of I'rbaua :

.*....*.....*..** .*.*..* .* A ** .* ***** ******** ******** as.M-mbleil. The heroic work of the F. with friends at that place. Ohio made the New Smyrna trip : THE

I:. I". paint gang! (>f Mime from the tiehad I! Sunday afternoon in a motor car. PROSPECTSouth
:Mrs. XV. :M. ShalTmr; returncrlMonday
N. ILRICKSON | ., of 1 1L: I.. Cunn; and other active I
i from Orlando, where she Mrs. V l. ::\. Saxon arrived from :
workers of the vicinity, saved the. adjoining
a : Cabinet MaKer. Wood WorKer. : house on thee: .. I has l been visiting }her bister.t Titn.stille Monday afternoon to I Isl't'11I1 I RidKCwood Avenue

sen'ral't'els with her eon, r
l i o Too much cannot IKaid in praise of How den Lithia Water.MANKIN.S .
Picture Frames 1I0lir :and Window :Scnrnx; made to order. : moreof who suffered I Carl Saxon who is employed in the I Steam; Heat I Electric Lights, two blocks from
a score or young, men I : I: The )DrngaNt) : Cave North ReachMreet.
cigar factory, on I It

... .I Cottage Avenue, I1:1V'TONA, FLA. :. arrest:: .heat the spread and ran of the risky an dfolt( to I t'ol XV. M I SlulTner returned Sat t depot and! l postoilice. ( tara r,o on) premises.ROOMS t{

i ...........>Fx ..KM1t fM0em.1t.1t *** *********************** through S. II unlay from Orlando. w IIf'rtIIC joint : I 4-
After working/ its way II -Flit: Jt\T: : OK Suf.-Furnished :
Covey buildings and consuming: the :\1 rtl. :Shaffner; at. her sUtrr'b i to spend 1 1i cottage, 1U7 Orange avenue, L. D. ONLY. i

..................................................... Rodman garage! the tire :pent its'ury i Chritltllms I' It"lIl'r, next door east. tf I

| R. D. TAYLOR Electrical Contractor and was subdued, though it. looked. i i Mrs J. XX" 1'ack.inl. came up fromCtvoa Clarence Hracey had the misfortune i P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. i
for a while as if the <;iodman tiou--e and
afternoon tn'i it
t! The Islington would go.; I Monday Sunday to cut his left foot on I .+0..11..+N.. ..*... +..! ............... .....+i
t House Wiring a Specialty.; ; with S. XX' 0'1'rieii and l family, ofOrange an oil can while boating on the I _

During: the early btag'-s: of the tire, ) : avenue ri\er. While the member is i rather ...................
Dealer in EI.tri'al Supplies) of All Kinds.: KiMures Shades, : when it looked as if the house IN-CU pied e I
I :See time .'o ami I lo cvnt ixtrgtin: Mire no serious trouble is anticipated :
h[ Lew Smith would surely friends THE
$ No. S Or.iiijrea\rmit: >. UAYTOXA, FLA. t > go
Limps. the i .
removed all the furniture, t I..., from theuilding : counter at Humes' Novelty: Store. from'or j .c..eoa..J

..................................................... and Inter turned it all, and sale unfurnished' ( ()! I
> Miss i Marion J Harwell one of the or rent,

---:- .Ierr Mr. Smith says there is hardly a scratch ; teacher in (the Killg ton school( is mttage. on Ivy lane, new. Kay. Rooms Only. : i t .

to be seen on anything. & Mr. :Smith attributes with her terms, tf C'ollr&ul Heal: EHtate: ('0.
fiitlinn the holidays I.i hteJ I to dateProprietor.
j .. .. -- : [ ver\tinny up I
1 the saving! of the house he fot''upit'1' mother in .fad..SOIliIle.. I: :
: Mr. and lrol.J J. McKwen I
are S. B. GREEN
: ; ; : ( to the extinguishcis .

1. Bond Lumber Company which were oat-.1 with telling ettet.Mrs. ': .1. f*. Young is ejected) to :arrive and ri\cd Sunday visiting morning XPr. and from Mrs.Paisley G.? 11.iardiner. I ........... .................. ............
( Wicking curried i2(10 insuramieewith iu a few days from Frankfort, Iml.,

local agents but Mr. Cove had) no I I to Mifiid| the winter with his 1'0"11, ( : at their home on South .************************** *****************>********.

ROUUH AND DRES5RD LU 1M BER .... .... insurance and MitTers iuite( a loss, Up- (!arth H. Young, the drub: t. Palmetto avenue. They are relay 'I: **
PINE AND CYPRESS 1 'C' I tiles of Mrs (:iardiner. THE HOWARD
posetl to lie about $!,(KK). Hewasfiikab II t .
I! Automobile tires and 1 inner tnhes .

t Flooring} ( fling' prick Limennd -d at the time of the fire, and expresses vulr.ini/ed at ( )livers garage |Pictures framed to order at Centrally located onoluMa A cnue, a tl fe, main: avenue; from the. dejot to j
Lath, Shingles: ,, [ ; his: gratitude to the l>oyt: who Store. New mould a
HarmNovelty the Waterfront t>n the ll.ilif.iIJa l: "- r. 'I limitnminutts walk to stores I. |MM>t- *
OBr and l.rd,. J ask teas worked to ti) save' I .1. 1 K: Dates .
I IM so industriously try Ker and 1 Mrs. : returned received.Mr. r .
otock. ing just lomJ.( I"tl drutda.Iwiise iu }
Cement in iati.xr, and orMico I AWUU I ottice, t hurt'hes, I'lr. l'h : -m ) a every
his property and did carry out and roll I to their home at I)t'Laud Sat moderate. ...' I Ml-! A SI'LCIALTY. orttlt'rD"

l t.l-lloud Mill: .\lathe I'..a-t Mn I..... Im :"11.... -..utli f" .I..k..u will.. : out paints, oils, tool thesis, etc. urday. after spending ('Irttstmiias: and :Mrs.\ H. J. Miller of XVin- t respect cooking! at, the cuisine < \pn.< < ,.II"I.ully.> !;o. d t, thr 1 I.t tin mark atfords. Under

> K51 l.mazeaiaolmanh.rdltrauehtln.. K F.e'.ItT. : The occupants of the house, sustainedheay with Mr. and Mrs 1 K F. Oatts.: chester Term., are stopping with f proprutor. The house has lIIttlt'rn convcnience -
I' the direct sins| \iMin uf.tin every *
Dr and Mrs I S. W. Carroll, on I
; loose: m jK-rson.d 1 ('If t't ts. Mrs.I I. 11.1'\ -randa and &gudaJ..I in curt *....
1 Phone H3 I J. \\ \I.BY \' C. .1. Si-hootiinaker: pint master at North lit\u-h btreet. Mr. Miller 'I and improxeineht. large; \ "!
Jackson lot raluebl4disnaunJ; rinsand .. !, N I ant. wellintilatcd.!. *
amid l !
t..i i herewith r"ndf'tll.y In"Its! >< tr> dry
I ( (Christ
....................#**4. jewelry, which she priced highly! as gifts:; \Hva. t-pent IH day who was almost prostrated when,:, r For terms apply to the .ntor.. *
pr |
S. XV. OTrien and Mr.
they also lost. money and railroad lie k- I| family. they armed i in mil wrUlul'h. betterhealth. : :
\\ff !| SrhooiimaLer is :t boo'I' .er-in-law of ; .
ets. The Hart boy went to tire righting! : ; : JOHN C. HOWARD. :
:Mrs\ : O'Brien.Gdlars .
*.*.*.*..*.*.*.**03*...03.e.ate..e..5..e.VtIEN *: so i1lJu-.triuu..I\' that they forgot! theirtrunk cTwo well ftlTlli-*h.,1 cottages for .
44 and I it la-canoe i igmiitcd anti ruined : 2 rents, all \tyl"lIr shirtsh renta-i i x Its mis, bath, hot antI cold 4uysr444.$ +rltsayamm .

.. \ YOU ARl CONTEMPLATING: : their clothing but not all its contents. I In tents, with work left amt 1 called! water, electric lights fireplace. **..*.*****.**..*....4*... .*..**.*.******.*********.

i Their return railroad tickets were somewhat i for at Daytona) Steam.: laundry tf Orange) A\e., near Kidgewood. I n Z
I getting GahUli"llwlI( Tank, a new Tin I': ..1. a Hot Air Furnacr, JJ .
scorched around the l..I.t"s but .1. l IjJud Lumber Co. tfMr. : SPIES
Mr and Mrs ('. II I: :M\ SheIand Malby. I I OTTO A.
or any of the other metal: in ifxMi'u r"'I"in'd| ti. i-oinplete a nio lern practically intact. The trunk had not '! .
been removed from where it landed baby, of Kingston: are visiting r and I Mrs.I ..1.V. XVelli! return -

: dwelling, remember that when thrown from the upstairs window.Mr. 1 Mr. :<'Sheppard's' parents near Jlayoi ...I l.i...t Thursday from a two i 107 North: Bunch Street

Z Z and Mrs. Jackson l.illafrll/ .1 (If( i during the holidays, having gone \\evks trip to ('uba: They made

lire had sought the Wi king home because |over last Thursday. the railroad! trip Irnn Havana to ii+ Mattress Maker and
i I dl SON I i it. stood out. alone and they ,'ouMI"t. Mire Gertrude Sweitzer, of Kranl- :Santiago: and are"try much Upholsterer

DAYTONA FLA. th'' pleased with what they saw of the
the first floor near
a room on fort, Ind., arrived Sunday night toI
i if ground and it liki' to have proMtl tutu' spend the t>aa".onitb Mr. and. Mrs i island. Mr. XVells! says that as yet ; Carriage Trimmer.

.1 are best prepared) to give prompt and reliable, I service at fair prices.; \ \ death. I Fred Beckler, also uf.Frankfortwhim there are few tourists in the Havana 1

General repair shop on Volusia A\.-nuo, next to the .\rmoJ'}'. \ When the Schantz ire plant was: lostJl 1 j; l live in the Opera House block. hotels. Mr. and day Wells Palm I ; A Full and Complete Line Upholstery Materials.
f : L. Ciunn Best in the tire and was I : stopped over one l

: Phone 58. Out of town work solicited i I taken in by Mr. smith Now that Mrs. !i tS\\ ['ATLi." r The Adam 5vhant7 Hach on the return trip putting : First Class Work. Prompt Delivery. -

house is burned Mr. (sun 111'1.1nhatl| just reoehed a full supplyof at The Palms, conducted by J.
I up
.r, t.N.0......NN...........0N........................ Wicking'a throws open his Iiome to them iucandfttceut lamps. C Stowers, formerly of this city. I N..................................................

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Norman S. Dayton, Lumber, Real Estate, Building.THE .

DAYTONA GAZETTENEWSPUBLISHED and 5. $500 Ladies'rash Race winner.. Port I! L.B SEPARATED I
EVERY SATURDAY Bridge beach and back mad to Ormotid, Some People Have Learned

finish at Club House, Daytona; Trophy | how Oet : NORTH IN THE
.. T. C. FITZGERALD Editor to Rid of Both.I I II "
., G. International Clutrpiorii-nip. Intenmtional -
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THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY (bee nlil.-nlu..t\\ be f'i\'tarl"' ; '
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( INCORPORATED ) l Rule*. B M two in tliPc i l .*i''II i"""t ;jr..t rM I.1 l'nUvLa/-l far lS .c Leave: ytir FlnrHa' '.,'rnf>+ in -1-argt

/ ASSURfD.Purcs Five {/ mi til .\,", .-"n' t!.,. LMn-r. flri'],... 'r ter. Vmi will
milt-o-must Ki ift.irler*. of I'ci: C F. OKTH.: savemoney :
If llnkiilit\| .. un* \,*nll.l..trunIC| l ti.: ..
t j
Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona. Florida as Second) Class .Matter. 8. International Chanij>ion: liip. International t-4.1 anal l I'j' ,
umioyanit ii,
Rules. Kfs-t! two in tlm t". I j Fist .1titr'.Vetell!! Nprett.t flirt-1 U ni worry

$250 to $2,000( -Distance' Ten miles!-mu t l e >iyt.irters.. C iut"II': IwGthIe. I II d..i i u and wl-t' 'n eon r. turn ill the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. l .*..O,',* :I\s i.1 "y I'i'.U! ni.-ikf ..trnt.p, .
9. Southern i I that
Handi-Jip. MtNiie
One to One Hundred! \! ; ojwn only tr Killl t' IIm In" : Vi.ll

One ropy one year ..................._....... ...... .......... ..................._._...........$I.'il' I residents of Southern! States; tine mil's: ;; I In-illtllt. I'e "'. .
One ropy six months...... ....._ ..?..._?. ....._. .............................................. 7-'* Twenty Miles. prize I JiisfM O-U.r-i. Rii):..>-\\iMhliiv.-t tit*. pi.i-\ 1 rmir trll1\t in the right.

One ropy Hint* months......................................................................? ........... .40( I 10. Vanderbilt Cup ('ohprtit"rs| ", I I>.i\ F'l.t. eon:+: "I| hi\f; II" le, >i- ,. Y curs -sjHvtfu I Jr.

-- -- ----_.. --- tnhcr; in rs,-nune-utinu; Itoin KilneyI'ilh' : !
yr ------ t Rsre, ( III.'n to nil competitor in Vanderbilt s

SATURDAY JANUARY 2, 1909 HHOPUIIE E EXHIBITION I PLANNfD.i i Cup Race. Prize Gold Cup, and I if* I l hoer found I thesis to If a C. E. OkTH.rnumd .

$500 in gold to winner; 32.iO to m-und;; Mpl.-n'li.l l kiiliwr SuruetiuicujroI .) :School.N '.
i i It >RR I .. luniiii in buck
1 must be five entries j : my

: COVE SHOP 1!( HOLLY HILL )r The 1909 Beach automobile la race meet derided for 11. One-mile Gold Medal Races; best and l butts.tlw Ivi.ltKirvtiuni iiuipltii, with nn. I annoyamvfrom had heardiHtan't ... .N ...N...........1J ............................
Dayt na : definitely two in three; open to L. I. Motor Parkway -
I fills: mi highly. "" "Om11I,1.1 : B. G.\lUtloX : f fA
the are
upon[ preliminary arrangements Sweepstake Stock Par class. .
l that I t'Ulwhl.l..J J to try tliem andprmimil .
HOLLY HILL, Dec. 31-Mrs. llarri- made, and the greatest meet ever pulled a",, from HankinV close examination of electrical :
TO BE off in the South is gradually crystalizing \ : drug I r t
man and grandchildren have returnedto into i'otltTI....,\. did their. wurl."t"r1 t.fft't' : 4I I work finished and charged for : a

Jacksonville.J. fchape.V. Report of Seabreeze High School. ., and 1..fII\'I.IIl:: nil l nee of the back: : frl'fu this shop shows how quareIy .
\ J. the New
W. English spent Christmas with Morgan, race promoter Iy and honorably we transact our :
is to have complete control of Highest average in each grade. nrhi- I\nll|veins n'rots my loins. They t
REBUILt his family, coming from New Smyrna.I i business Electrical repairs receive :
til-o and
the big event. The local association, 12th grade-Jt-s>amiue TomliiiMtn !U3, I'tl"t'luctht'lIt'.lm.\kidney utopl :
I I 1 I Cave has gone to Titusville for a the Florida East Coast Automobile Mamie Swartz 91. l\\ the oyance. > from the irregularityof T special attention. Those i
few weeks. who employ us never worry about ,
Mr. Morgan's 11th grade-Carl Burgman !90 Ernest: (the.. M'l-retioiiH. i!
1 I sociation. accepted proposition : T .
Mrs. Dan Clifton and children were atRockledge our charges and they know be-
City Council Gives The Big Contractor which was that if the club would I Johnson SS. For ale by all dealers. Trice 50 cents :
: from Saturday until Monday.Mrs. : fore engaging us that our work- ; 1:
F trr- Iilhurn Co. Huffalo.. Y. sole : +
take it themselves to raise $4.000 10th grade-Mattie Johnson 90, Wallace -
I, upon :
3 Privilege of Replacing W. II. Edmondson had charge of he (Morgan) would take charge of the i Irigg: 90. agent for the United :States. i I manship will be the best. 'ii Ifs,
the School entertainment
Recently' Burnt Shop. meet and be responsible for its success.It 1 9th grsd-Alfred Strother 91, I.ois I Hememl the name-Ikmn's-and .
!I Monday evening and was ably assisted is with this understanding that the I \'an"olzah 87. take no other. i Daytona Electric Co. |
by Mrs. Pet rson. A'Cry enjoyable -
event is now announced. 8th grade-I.eona llagerton 90), Lel.t .
CITIZENS[ PETIT! TUB DOE I program was well carried out : 1'I Street. t
I and much enjoyed. Among others The Automobile Club held a meetingat Reid SS, Irene LVch J S9. cilills' Lunch is now open.Ailolph = 2.2: South Beach .

K K I from[ Daytona were Rev. and Mrs. H. 'the club house last night; F. U. Slidiam -. .th arade-Coc.hrlloll heating 9-.. Jack ......................N......1NNNNN ...................... J
1t .l Jaelule the .
Strother 95. piano tuner -
D. Rutter. : of Xew York, a personal representative -: ,
When it became known that Ccon- Mrs. Chas Harris left Sunday: for a of \V. J. Morgan, being pn-sent,1 6th grade-ENie Coates !92 I: Ruth will I"** in 1 Daytona during Jan- --- ---- -- -- l

desired to rebuild his work details of the Stewart 89. u.ity.; Onler<< fur tuning may l he NN N i
tractor love \isitwithMrs. Winthrop at Tallahassee and ail the important pro- : N NNN I N.N1 N
(; which burned in the Sunday and I 5th grade-Leota Coburn SS, ClitTotd left at Tin Sill I \i t.. tf.
mt..t'f're fully over
shop was and to be two weeks. pond; : gone
expects away
fire petition was at oncepassed left with the committee to be derided Butler 88. i --- iL. 4
morning a Alvin
I I Mrs. Davenport and son, are 4th arad--Hogt'r (iilmore M' Men I yl
along by a few citizens in the expected to arrive about Saturday to upon.A Sims 85. 1 I I THE STANDARD COMPANY J

t vicinity of the site of the proposed spend the winter in their pretty bun committee previously appointed by 3rd grade-Rot* King 94, StanleyStrother Automobile For( SaleAlmost '

building protesting to the mayor against galow. We shall all gladly welcome I the Florida East Coast Automobile .Aeso-' 92.

the rebuilding of the shop elation had partly canvassed the local
them.T. :
When Mr.Go\'e went to the mayor for II. Cave, Jr., and family came fromJacksonville 1 territory and raised $2,500. Another 2nd Oliver aradt'-Gturge 92.: Holland 9'. Marjaret New Reo Runabout, i will deliver gasoline without
_. his |x-rmit to rebuild the mayor called to spend Christmas with $500( was subscribed last night by the i lt Cray !92,1'K.yd: \\ ith .1'oUinjj Hack I

c attention to the law governing the case bill parents They returned Sunday. F. E. C. A. A., and it is confi- i I rick 92. lIt'r-j' Seat. I for at

{ and said in the face of the protest and The old adAge: reads 'It i is better to be dentlyetperted in view of the enormous any charge delivery .
\\,1.1.Il.n folk t ITOM.E: ANtttHKKE.IN :
in consideration of the ordinance governing born lucky than rich." Tom Wetherel business the races will make for the i

such cases that he would have to should come in that category, as he was Bridge companies that they will willingly I'IIt T-CLASS CONDITION. : f any point in Daytona, Sea

withhold his consent.Mr. the fortunate winner of the fine range contribute $500 to the fund, which THE CITY FATHERS

Cove carried his cast to the city given away by the (:rubt'r- Iorris Co., would leave but JOO to be raised. Almo.vt New Tires Gas Lights, Generators breeze Daytona each Or

council, showing that other like buildings Harriet the The local assort Uion at a meeting ,
and his little daughter, i is III CALLED SESSION.K Supplementary Spring and all tools: I
have been erected within the territory held time nted I .
, & proud owner of the large doll lately displayed some appo a committee
embraced by the fire ordinance. in the McFadden window. vested with power to go ahead It It Will be sold at very low figure. i mond or Port Orange. Quality

After due consideration of the matter Miss Milburn, for several years our and raise funds and take whatever action Want larger 'd

r t upon motion of Councilman Smith the I primary teat her, was married on Christmas in their judgment seemed necessary No Sale of Hquius Assinus Dis car. : and quantity guaranteed. '
council authorized the construction off looking toward the proposed rameet Call on or address: : i 1
I day to I). E.: Lyon, of Tort OrangeWe of Street
I charge Gang cm.: ; ) F. CROUCH,
the building and the protest of the citizens extend hearty congratulations to the It was the preliminary work of thiscommitter Daily News Office Daytona, Fl.i. Call' Oflici-( ) Phone 128 1
was buried. I that led to the decision t
happy couple and wish them much hap up
--...- ---- -- I piness. Mrs. Lyon will continue to teach I last night to hold the race meet, and In At i Mills I Transfer 77 f I
a tptrialmet.ting of the City Council -
THE[ SOUTH MIKINGMDERfUL through the rest cf the term greatly to i recognition of the committee's efficient held Wednesday afternoon the action Notice to Tourists : Wart'hou. (GO. ) t

i the satisfaction of our little people and I services they were reappointed and reinvested taken at in
previous nut-tings: regard: to
DEVELOPMENT. their parents. with power to go on and complete issuance of special city l"t'rtili'ataud i 1\erosehl' Oil iK-Iivi'ivi) I lt)' TankYngon.. 1I

l i We hare to chronicle the marriage of the arrangements. The committee H'cog want theery l est Oranges
the sale of mules and discharge of street > i '
another of our Holly Hill girls, Myrtle consists of Edw White chairman; \ I Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils.OUR 1
H >>t it gang was rccinded and the Mayor was apply 11 I Point Grove ami the Hl'd-1
Crews who was formerly at school here II. eters Dr. E. L. Potter, E. 1) W. i
authorized to sign: a building [permit for tLe best A.
law 1 Imliar. River d
James Bryce Ambassador toOrcat Mr. Edmonda/officiated,having driven Rose, Col. C. M. Bingham, Major A. B. S. H. love: allowing him to re-build his Orange, .....N.1NNN01.....12...1s0.1000 MN..1..1.ON.I.
to Tomoka on Thursday where the knot Foster. in the Stale, hiluatetl 11 miles south
wood-working establishment on his lot, 1i
Britain Notes Wonderful Prog- was tied uniting W Mitchell Hunter and With the raising of fund and the on Voluaia avenue, where his buildingwas from l Daytona on the Ha"h'awl'

Miss: Myrtle Crews in matrimony. We completion of a few other preliminaries New road.
gress Predicts Greater. recently destroyed by fire F. T.p.s Smyrna .) '-
wish them long life and happiness. the responsibility for the success of the land Treasurer also
as was accepted -
James Bryce, the United States Minister meet is thrown upon Senator" W. J. and placed on tile, and 1bill PRICESODERA TE. FOUR CARDINAL PRINCIPLES:
to Great Britain dropped in upemthe Morgan the old war horse and veteranin from W. M. Shaffner amounting to _0

Southern Commercial Congress as such work, and that the March meet was allowed FEUD[ MM) i t PROPRIETOR.AULTMAN'S -'It,

epcctat >r, but, yielding to the clamorfor will be the IJ'st held without
he tribute yet goes I ---- -- ABSOLUTE SAFETY 'Insured 1 lly,
a speech| paid a glowing c PORT ORANGE ) uy iug. ----
i to the wonderful push and spirit whichis 1"e.'btlfitlift &... .... r
Most automobile manufacturers have a r
making the South over anew: -
racing crew and this crew is always ()() ( () ,
"Since; I came here, eighteen months PORT ORANGE, lec. 31.-Mr. Murphy Capital) $100XJO
bus improved the looks of his home keyed up to a high: pitch of interest
ago, said Mr. Bryce, rip have twice
when a good cash prize is hung up $:i Surplus $250,000Liillility'
visited the South. I can hardly expressto by setting out shade trrro along each of SIS,50
hu fronti. This feature will be prominently playedup Cut to
you the contrast between what I per- Stockholders $1UUX( ) ( ) '
by Mr. Morgan as a glance at the
Last Christmas
sonally witnessed twenty-seven years Thursday (( eve) after r Ci

ago and the present conditions. Wherever noon was the church tea in Uidgt-wood events herewith published show. Actual MH'iirity to depositors' $-t 0XX),( ) 1<

1 have been in the youth I have hall. Mrs. Milburn was hostess, a,,:; -.ted There is one noteworthy departurefrom MID-WINTER. $'(Suits I 12,50 <

been struck by the signs of activity, by her two daughters.On former races worth mentioning.There Cut to "!I

r progress and development. I ventureto Christmas eve what might have is no more such thing as "Or- NOTE: This Hank is Number One t'n the "Honor IMl" f f

congratulate you upon what is being been a fatal accident happen at the moud-Da.tona" races, Ormond heading SUIT SALE National Hanks in Florida;:and; \... J 187 in the uhole ,/

done, and to fay that still greater pros- home of SilO Jackson, where they had a with the big "0." It is imply DAYTON . $!IS Suits 10,50 1 0 fee

pact| are before )'ou." Christina tm* for their ow n and some A beach. Everybody who ever Cut to I: United 1:1tt'N. :untengoterr.itlyei i"lit Iiiindn-il, National -( ,

Another speaker was Dr. J. A. Bon- frit-nds'ehildren. Mr.Jackson was Santa came to the races knew where the beath I nanks.; .

steel, of the United States Bureau of Claus and decorated with a lot of cottonto was, but !so long as the East: Coast Hotel To make room for New Spring

r Foils Dr. H..nt"tl't'l" predicted that the I represent snow In taking the presents and other interests: were willing to "put $b SuitsCut CONSERVATISMProven I
8,50 8 0
next census will show that the annual'i from the tree the cotton caught fire up" for the distinction of a name in the to I r
'' Goods will close suit in
value of the farm products of the i-ouih ; every
and he was soon in a blaze which wadextinguMiHtl big event they were permitted to share .
will IN double what it is nowwhichwill I' by! our sw'("vsHninl! otir reitltati.emLSQUARE
: with the helpof th05t'l'r.I- in the glory. Now that they have
Ix in excels of two billion dollars.
ent. He fortunately had a mask on, tightened their purse strings the top- I the house for the following $15 Suits DEALINGAsk I--
--- 7,45M.
which saved his face lie was burned heavy head of the hyphenated name is: One Lot -

HOI FLORIDA FRUITS about the neck and hand, but is im- dropped into "innocuous desuetude." i LOW PRICES: our patrons. .

proving. Everybody interested in a greater and

SELL E L IN N NEW YORK. Christmas morning there was another more popular Daytona should at once COURTEOUS TREATMENT ri ;

t accident on Kidgcwood, in front of T. take up the race question and help to ...

I IKkR (J. Smith's. Two gentlemen were ridingon talk it. == B. AULTMAN = I Open an count willi us and tee v.ill dcinoiisliate!' it.

their win els when the one in front ,
Annual automobile racing on the beach
The Latest Market Reports On stopped and the one behind ran into
I. means a great deal for Daytona in a

Florida Fruits and Vegetables him"liS thrown from his wheel and number of ways needless! here to enu I.OOOG s .J1 FIRST NATIONfLNK "
broke a leg. l>r. Kestler, who lives! utar. : ,
nierate.- If you will, whether a devotee
-Outlook Improving. bound it up and Mis.[ I. J. \\Vlls tookhim to the automobile or not you ran helpto L..o 11', tile, [rt.. iii the ftei b e ; I'brie? urt, a .4.t

A recent market letter from a prominent ii i- to his home in Daytona.J. make\ these events permanent and a ..M)..N.NeON.ttt.i.s0.M...M W...M AUGUSTINE FLA. f
A. Tedder has
opened a groceryStorr
New York commission house says: sue less. ,
Receipts of fruits allil'It.talol's light in his building opposite; th<' Another great drawing rard that will .1 trl

1I -- and stronger prices prevail. Usually, a schoolhouse. help to rivet the eyes of the world on Elegant French Style ...j} 65 wk,t' -

;1. dullness after Christmas trade is over There was a quiet wedding Christmas Daytona beach during the big races will Panel Bach Rocker .- "
afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
with, but we MH no reason for prices to be the proposed wreoplane High Is. >
Milburn when their daughter, Maude, Aturrrelouslrlorpneelor: a rctnarkat' I chr. ,
go lower now. This will be a close competitor: for Uadcol quartered 1-v y i' 1 In' "dot .ulcolor. .g .J'II \, E/
111 basket was joined in matrimony to D. U. Lyon, Kiuboi-x-.l: ro'b tr .t ,t. 11..d-..>mein i a. lun.e f ,
1I'ans-I:'to $3.50 per ; wax, public interest and with such star per- ii. i iJ
very Hrvag' tuut. kclaili at tie >t< s I > /
S3 to $1.50.Peas of Osuego. III. The young people left forniancas daily on the beach there b no bulrn accon-t fpn, r'eat mudcluHn; I ., ::1':.le. ...e :1 ARMOUR'S ,
.'. ,
.el.elloyoul.r 1-1 cii. xjuu 'iOiietrtiy.y. :
Market practically bare, II tl per on the afternoon train. reason why Daytona should not play Ill .t;ii<>m the 1.1... ..'J t .1-n :: IIlb.tclaa. '
s\0: Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie, flf Lake .i.., Vk't unit- tAmt''! a. li-ri '''d'u;l : :-.oul'ito:, h" t .
basket the world's first fiddle March 22, :23, :24: )',,"dl'we.i : v.-aorbcc r'icrs, s.h.t i i., ."\""
Cukes Sv'arce, i',1!: to $i per basket. Helenbited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ane 25th. glee Icu.ath .JOII":; al-a I y > T ink; -
the cabal thKamouklvtatn')011' I ti.'f : Caa U.rrorll J
Tedder during holidaysMrs. : y
lA'tture-Hf't'lpts light, $:J to $3 per The following is the proposed pro. act to KB| for our free,.lratt Jcat ilojuc t< basket. Fancy lettuce in demand. I.ufberry and Mrs. Dultuis wentto and take adrantage of the big savi>K*
1\ for Motor Car Races Daytona
Tomatoes-Heceipts light, $1..;) to IVI.and Monday in Mrs. I.ufhf'rry'sauh' gram Beach to be held March on 22d. 23d. tamktAhtrponhhaa.toreo2ce JTO duTrreat kind: of chair ,fOr'fro:.1 at It'e:o.ihfar, dminz' vttothehr Animal Fertilizers :

$2.75.. fleshly fancy would do f I. ... >t,arc.ho..I.f the large illultaltu: t.l.lcyaiadrpeel.ICarlatmarprlec.IlsefREL5.r.ryc'.ar: _
These make
a 24th and :2oth. races a series : !
;0 Egg l'J'Ult-Sran.t', $3 to $4 per crate. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Howes and Mr. and from one mile to one hundred anti guaraatertlcxai.tljr a* rtpreKut or yorrntoncyback. ss

.r IVpH'is-Coming strong, and mliTlr.l'tl Mrs. \\ ill Hones \ioilt'thtir plm'nbChrihnas. nwu. CUll ricraiT. u..*m Mass[ in,j fifty, and with the exception of two I )
weaker. Carries, $3.50 to $4.50; crates, .
races will be for cash prizes as well as
Mrs. Havens went to Del.and Mon- YOUR
$4 to $1.50.Fruit '
trophies. The two races mentioned being \ J
coalitions only fair, and not day.
Ladies' and Southern Handicap -
l l a race a
satisfactory from growers standpoint. The first card party of the season was ORMOiElAHAQimiOFACEflTURYWe .
h, in Hall both of which will be for amateurs.
The Christmas trade has been supplied, given Kidgewuod Tuesday e\en-
ing. 1. Florida Sweepstakes Stock Car been
Have the.need's .
will be 5uppl :
but we hardly think there any ing C
Price Handicap. Ca.h. $500 and trophyto
: depression after Christmas, and no more MachineryWe } u.sews. Bank Account Grow.
J winner, $250 to second; distance, 150 _
} gluts this -eason us a large percentage: Building: Lots For Sale. milos. tarry a. largePORTABLE stOF-1 of

of the crop. bra been shipped. '1 offer for sale lots 2 and 3, block 2. Minneapolis trophy. $500 cash to sroSTATt0MARY EnGInES'BOtt.ERSSa.hllls .- s
fruit-Duller and lower prices
Crap ;
13. Ooeinau's! addition to Daytona. winner; 100 miles. Must average 120m'.les MaJu'v( d
i around $j.10 for Indian rivers. Large all oo ''' !
percentage being bold at $1 to $2: per I These are among the most desirable ; an hour. erj. 3a"Sof altioetSQelt.e' IU\{ wffl'es.

lux. I vacant lots left on Ridgewood 3 Two-mile-a-rninute Speed Crown; OUR, Ct'1I''TEt m PRorfCJ. xdYwTr : MalluIilcEllretia1
I Oranges-$1.75 for good fruit. We $.!')00)( cash to winner. Must average; 120 A Tra.A I
advise Chipping oranges and holding avenue. A fine location for a nice miles an honr. t : COMPANY
grapefruit.Tangerines fair demand at $;2 Lome. For prices address; tf 4. One mile. best two in three, Sir 'AJ f'OP'JTK S1; ATLANTA CiA.

to 14. Guy S. Drown, Central Lake, M 'h. Thomas [_war Trophy gives outright.


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arrived from
Mrs. J. Bartholemew '

Lake Helen Monday, and is stop- EAST (COAST

ping Wray with on Beach Mr. street.G. and Mrs. George i Seabreeze and Daytona Beach I ?iEOSBORNe

A. Foye Jr arrived Tuesday MECCA : MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor. : ,

night from Jersey City for a brief .
I Palmetto N...N.._........N.N........./ 4 ........ .. N._ .. NN..
visit with his parents on - - j

avenue. Mr. Foye is in the real estate SEABREEZE Dec. 29.-The Ladies' DAYTONA BEACH, Dec. 29-Professor -

business. fOR YACHTS.Canal Sewing Circle met at the home of Mrs. I,I M. M Cole, who has charge of the Sanitary aooVentilaling.
Plumbing Heating
Before the next issue of the Gar II E. E. Dayton tomorrow (Wednesday) Daytona Band is at Daytona Beach,

zctte News Xinas 1018* will hate Dr. Houghton, dentist, west end afternoon at 2 o'clock, and expect to j testing the climate, with a view to ,

Mine and gone. We are !sure it has! t South Bridge Peck block phone 32 Connecting Jacksonville have an extra busy session in vit'wof j spending the winter on the ocean side

IKV he must satisfactory in a ball i MM.I J. W. Parkarl.\V ho has been the coming bazaar which will take place I The Daytona Band is complimentedby

ne.H<< way in the history IIf> Daytona.Yin. : spending several days with Mr. and and St. Augustine Means Much I some time this month having a lady member, Miss Grace 5

"e-lute; ha lour share ami wish Jlr s. S. W. O'Brien on Orange avenue For East Florida. I Mrs. E F. Brittun I leaves tomorrowfor Burdick. cornetist.Mr. .

: you all a perry! Xmas anti a }pros-: returned to her home at Cocoa _.- .- -- Greensboro, S. C., where she will and Mrs. Swan, who have been
|NniiM X ?\v Yt>ar. Very truly .yours. afternoon. spend some time visiting relatives.Mrs. pending! a month on the beach, leave

iw 1 I.. II. tae+itl. & Co., The Jeuek-r! Wednesday A ffi t 1 G lAND l I It i W A TfRW A Y. Elmer (.. Steven, in company I, this week on their return to Wisronl'in.i Complete Gas Plants Installed. .

Fred Crosby and family arrivedWednesday with a party of friends, arrived from i Miss Florence Horn entertained a
Dr. .J. H. riersm went to :St.Aittfiistinc 1.
up and located the .. lie R:
are at Sanford Saturday afternoon and will party of fifteen of her Daytona Beach

rniintfteilit, 1l\rd the ntstiiynll MaMUIiment(MIMIM-: in** Troy 1 louse. Mr. Crosby, who is With the completion of the canal now remain week or ten days looking after" I and Seabreeze friends at her borne on Plumbing and Heating Supplies.
from Ahtabnla Ohio, spent the season her property interests here : Peninsula Drive Saturday evening, in
from the St Johns to the
being dug
thin I of Elk I
city lelg '
a ?
', ; I here two )ears ago. North river near Jacksonville! there Frank Light, who is having good honor of William Ronald, of Rollins Brass and Qalv.I Pipe and Fittings. i

*XunnalIys Caiulies.-nico nni'! I leis RENT-Furnished: cottage onIidgewouJ. will be the long sired inland waterway sport at the ocean pier daily yesterday I I College who is at home on a vacation. l y

fresh. lliNkiv. : The Druggist. : reasonable rent by year. from Jacksonville to St Au u&tine. brought home fine string of whiting I' The evening" was very pleasantly passed e .s,
With this much-w ished-for and blue fish and other small' varieties. with games and social converse. Dainty
Enquire Mrs. Brower, southeastcorner cousumma Fairbanks & Morse
Miss Gluihs Stewart came' up 0 Engines & Pumps.
] He the fine that refreshments
fishing no-
from Melbourne fort Loomis and Palmetto. Ion new life and great impetus will be reported ; were ; 1
Wednesday. given pleasure-boating on the East body went home empty handed but the Edward Harrison, who is here for the

., visit with her grandparents:Mr. ami W. W. Douglas formerly of the Coast waterway.These small fish had the day, as no big ones first time, is .o well pleased with our Niagara Hydraulic Rams. J

Mrs. C. Nash, on Volnsia arenuo.JRhxle Daytona Bakery of this city but fine boats of various kinds cane were landed. thriving little hurg that he contemplates -

p + Island Eggs!' in settings now with the leading bakery at New > brougbt to Jacksonville, and a safe Mrs. C. A. Coburn picked thirty-nine investing iu a home somewhere in Ireland Pipe tenchesl -1
.*.I Smyrna, was in Daytona Sunday, quarts of beans from her small garden the vicinity Mr. Harrison is ben.itb
/A 15, or by II)). W. J. HAKMMJ.I; :!- and pleasant journey" made to Day Biscayne 1
circulating among his friends. to Key West in fact. patch on the river front. The ground his daughter; A. M. Harrison, bis 1i

0 K. Grante of Hagerstown)1.1.1 Jacksonville and St. Augustine each will tw planted to another crop shortly.Mr. brother, and wife are also with him.

is in the city overhauling the organat At the annual meeting of the boat club and the members and Mrs. Commons, Mr. and Mrs. They are located in the Stillman cottage -
tas a
the First Congregational thurrh. members of the Congregationalchurch of the power clubs will enjoy the trip on the Westerly and Mr. and :Mrs. Binford. corner Seabreeze avenue and Valley ; JOE OSBORNE The Plumber ,
held night all the
Mr Orantt' here last and 1 Monday
was year St. Johns and by the canal between the tourists from Richmond{ Ind., spending| street.B. ,
officer! re-elected and theyear's
put in the organ. were two citieThe distance! is such that it the winter at anford were veiling A. Crawford, Pittsburg I'"., and : I
results found be
were to very will be far enough for delightful Mrs Stevens at her home on Halifax C. A Miles, Jacksonville are recent ar.
Mrs.I C. Sauitdm of Chicago, who satisfactory.G. just / a Phone 96. 11 Orange Avenue. 1
was a guest of the Troy House* last outing. The completion of the canal avenue, from Saturday until Monday r.vals at the Seaside Inn. Ce

winter, arrived Wednesday and is E Anderson wheeled to the will be looked for with pleasure by all afternoon. They were out Sunday afternoon Mr. Hough, who is a great fisherman

temporarily with her friend Mrs. S. Spruce Creek bridge, on the Xew motor boat enthusiasts. taking a bird's eyeiewof Sea tourist and works hard at hid trade .0 : i
Sni road and inter number of breeze and ieiuity. and are of the opinion had the misfortune to mullet t
M. Ryan on the shell boat; } rni: Tuesday morning Every a large powerboats \get stungon !
did some good sluxrpshead fishing, are brought to Jacksonville by that they will spend next winter the hand while emptying his seine

r- *Piano for sale, nearly new. ..T.I. landing seven, four of which weighed their owners, but many have an outside here. the other day. and was threatened with j

,' .. OI>UM. tf ] sic jKHiiuls each. trip from the mouth of the St. Johns Jewett Orth arrived. from the North blood poisoning. {: j

h river and is spending his school holidays with Robert Parkinson who <
St. to home
to Augustine or Mosquito came
K. 'M. arrived Tuesday
Dr. Ferguson IDIt't. New When the" his mother on Ocean boulevard. with Arthur Parsons and lusts been THE ISLINGTON
night from Ie) Pnniak Springs, Mr. mid Mrs.I Claud S. Smith .nd opposite Smyrna
anal i i. all boats will Miss Feaster and niece, of Daytona, spending few his at the I
i to assist I Dr (J. A. I Klork during the littl.- son' who have been visiting completed nearly a days a? guest I I
May J.
I bt and for the friends Halifax returned to DeLand Sunday ranpRls-ros
season in the Daytona Hospital and with Mr. Smith's parents )Ir. and brought here the start were culling on on avenue parsonage

; Sanitarium Dr. Fergusonhn Mrs. Jeo. 1-'. Smith, on Uidgewoodavenue cruise down the canal to Miami will be Sunday afternoon. evening 18 South Ridgewood Ave., Daytona, Florida. |

r hails from Southern lines X (*., is departed Thursday for Birmingham made from Jacksonville. C. P. Lund, who is authority on celery Mr. and Mrs. Shearer of Philadelphia. 1ee..I.. ..... .......................I
Ala Mr. Smith's headquarters The canal will be a great developer ofthe culture, that the raised; on haw rooms at the \\ llson apartment -
I a eases.specialist in throat and I lung tik- while in, the south. country and will be the cause of the peninsula says: this year ceery is sups-rior: in house on Seabreeze avenue. Mr. ....................................................... I

many resorts being establish to accommodate quality to that of last year tastier and Shearer owned the "Sunbonnet cottage -
i Go
f For tent or Sale.) -Two modern) Mrs Arthur O. Bennett, who the people who will make of firmer texture. Mr. Lund's Christmas on Valley street which was sold t0GROCERY i

furnished houses on Hay street, mar came down from Jacksonville last the water trip instead traveling by rail. celery has a ready market ith the to Woodward's father two years 1

Beach. Southern exposure, a desir- week to spend Christmas with Mr.Bennett's Work is now progressing ou the canal, Christmas caterers as well as the private ago. They have been to California since i CONRAD i .1

abl Cation.. 3.'))0 each. Address I parents, Mr. and Mrs. and it is expected that before another consumers.Mr. selling out here, but found the weather CO.

J. K. Rush, Ocala Fla or any real \IIIl'rt l Bennett, ou Bay street returned I winter season the inland water route and Mrs M K. Whelun and conditions not nearly so desirable a* on .1i

... estate agent Daytona, Fla. tf to the metropolis:: Tuesday.t will be open for navigation betweenaikswmlle mother, Mrs. Tilton, of Esterville Iowa, the East Coast of FloridaMr. 1 i

t Business necessitated Mr. Bennett's I. and Miami. friends of Dr. and Mrs. Higelow have Ormond, whose grandfather was .: for your Pet (Cream) Milk I (Il) mall cans for 25c t

Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Kindig have departure Sunday.Mr. Daytona will get her full share of attention taken apartments for the season at the the founder of Ormond, is spending the to go on yourToasted +
returned from Haines City awl are from the travelers the inland .
by Halifax winter at the JrOrmond'l
Weldon home Mr.
on avenue Kittridge cottage.
and Mrs.( W. II. Barnard and I
on-upying the Reynolds house; onCypress oute. She has always been a popular and Mrs. Whelan expert to make a sister, Mrs. Thomas and her Corn Flakes, Post Toasties, i t
which rented daughter, Miss Edith of Chicago,
street they stopping; place and a recruiting station, short trip to Cuba and will visit various daughter were here two winters ago,
arrived \\\'IIIlt."SI1afternoon( and
\ through the Norman S. Dayton estate -I fare I rith their friends, ilr. and Mrs.( wing to the fact that the local merchants points of interest en route, during their guests at Dixie Lodge, and made many Puffed Rice, Wheat Berries or i
" awaiting tile'ill'ancy of
agency handle a very full line of such winter in the South. friends during their stay.
the rdlaselI E.: '!. Comfit, corner Orange and i Triscuit all l i.
they recently lOc
cottage at each.
Jill goods as cruisers like to stock their The big Clarendon bus meets everytrain \
of A. I P. Roberts on Fin avenue. I Palmetto avenues. Miss Barnard a lockers DAYTONA HEACH D.-C. 30-The
I talented young lady is professor of The new canal is but another strong and new the faces are Incoming quitefrequent Tow Council met in adjourned session : S. W. Biscuit and Quaker Oatmeal 2 for 25c. i

cPatronize The Stiling City chemistry in Chicago University. on streets. last night. It is understood that the ..
link in the big chain of attractions : Cream of Wheat, Ralston Breakfast Food or :
Bakery, S. Hoach St., opposite yacht SEABREEZE; 30.-The Sea matter of sidewalks was to come up on
club. Our goods are strictly homemade 'apt. and Mrs. W. Jonker from which is making the East Coast a name breeze Tennis and Bowling club held third reading.: : Petit John at 15c each. i t

and fresh every d.y. tf Brooklyn, X. Y are in the city enjoying throughout-the-- country.- -- their first meeting at the Colonnades hotel Professor Scldcn left yesterday morn- : Kumford 1
( Making Powder 1 pound 25c. : ?
) the matchless scenery greatly. I Monday evening, and perfected their ing for The Misses' Frank and) Martha 'apt Joukcr is a retired sea captain organization by electing the following StatuTeatheis' Association. 1
Frough, who accompanied Miss Lee and has done much .sailingaround AfTERMATHOf officers: President J I'. Johnson; secretary Miss Myrle Freeman, of Wesleyan Grocery Company i .l

Bowers ben .she, retained from the world, and he has no Fritz Thayer; treasurer E. F College, Macon Ga., is spending the + 1-

Stetson to spend the holidays with hesitancy in saying Daytona is the Britton. Th+ barter member are: S. holid-iys, with her parents at the Pine- .: E. T. Conrad & Co's. old stand. T .;

her mother Mrs. Celeste Ilinks.. at most attractive place he ever visited. THE H. Jove, K. T. Butler, E.; F. Britton S. i hur t.I ......+*1**...*.+...+.+...+...++......+...+.+.++.....

. the Magnolia: hate: tone to i Palm E. Gilmore, G. E. Terwilliger.Jim I Sidewalk laying on Valley street is J Jr.B
_' Reach for a visit l tint will again: j j'.in Mr. anti Mrs. Albert Bennett and McConnell, who is greatly addicted I progressing rapidly. There was considerable N N ..N0..C00e9 .

Miss lowers here and I return with son, Clarence, drove over to De- to the horse and the hound returned I filling in work to do on both sides -i

her to DuLand. Land in their automobile Sat in day ELECTION. yesterday afternoon late from a fourdays' ; of the !street which has made the street I BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL! [ i 1.t 1
and took dinner at the
: College ,. 0
t successful hunt, in which he ueceeded : very dusty arid very disagreeable/ so
-j *Liu.HI Felt SVLE-My tin e i"'tO '\flUTht'!' !hail: a very pleasant -- --- --- that the of i i ij.
in killing bear and a deer -a completion sidewalk laying I .
wilh IJetai)) il business and found the road int fair
fully occupied my : I trip >ry The Republican lain Over Four young doe. Mr. McConnell took theguide will be doubly appreciated by the
# that I desire to soil my liveryI condition with the exception of its Roberts, along with him and they public. !I d. SCII eIDLll.' ,'\. I >. I' Fitzgerald & Oates i

business at Seabreeze. The business :: 1 roughness in a few plates, notably Years Ago is 14,190, Democrat pitched their camp in the neighborhood Mrs.: H. Webster returned to New I,
\1 consists of what i is known as I this side of Mount .\rrarat.'I J Physician and Surgeon.; Attorneys at Law j
Sim after visit with
(lain 1315211. of Dla< Vshire: Gap. They sighted; ma a my pleasant
v, the 'biga Stable. Address: W. deer and had a shot at three of them the the Misses Winifred and Aline Aman. i 302 North Ridgewood i iM >|M'<'iul 1 Attention to Examining and
C. IX-Lind 1 Fla LVi-tf 'I City Assessor; : W. H. Edtnouson -- --- -
Cannons : I in work. TLebear The new at the White House H.mdii. Perfecting Land Titles.
anti 'iiis; assistant, Sites) Bliven finished dogs putting some good guests Phone 193: Daytona," |:
HIKE PARTIES SHOff LOSS. killed Creek. are: Walter :Mason and T. F. Bailey of !
was at Spruce u Office hours: 10 to 12 a. in., !
1 The business olTice and I editorial] Tuesday the assessment: on Conrad Block. DA YTOXA, FLA.
Mr and Mrs. Palmer Walthourand Meriden, Conn.Mrs. : I li to S p. tits 1 I
.1t sanctum of the Halifax Journal has buildings, which they have been
It It It little son, Hurlburt arrived from Atlanta Smith Miss) Ruth Stewart and -
> been brightened and improved by making Iya house-to-house canvas Parr I II. JjindU Bert KUhLAND1S
Ii f the use of fresh paint and wallpaper of the (city. They have in addition With the filing:: of the last official vote yesterday afternoon andare season I ten or more guests of the Seaside Inn i iI 1- I DR. d. L:. RAWLINGSPhysician I ;
The field. I had a fine drive and picnicked at the & HSU
at May I I
-.J and proprietor G. H. Seaman the I.iiul assessment: to make to complete that of Michigan it i i.* of more than guests
L. Z. Burdick is, building parloron Old Sugar Mill yesterday, through Unkindly :
interest to note the results from ; a sun ;
.f !r has also added a safe which looks their wotk. They are, of :: & Sur!icon. Attorneys at LawI'ructlclng
; \ of Mr. of Boston, I ;
the standpoint of the popular vote. Th the south side of his house on Valleytreet. courtesy Riley i
Yt:! large enough and strong: enough to course, meeting, with the usual difficulties I
The front will be extended a rubber merchant. The day was as In all State and Federal
porch I
} hold the leceipts of I the .1011 rnal. anti embarrassments alwaysto total vote cast was: ; Office or Volusia avenue first door Courts 1'1II Criminal gin j 1
and other and; interiormproemenU much enjoyed as the kindness was .
Taft. !!south changes apprt.ciatto currtnfulsitentlon. Special faclllllni
republican 7.C37.G76 Bryan
even if subscriptions h\lIlIIIt', paidin ) IH found in work of this char ; ;
i forluvfelK Hngai.l perfecting title
I be made. by the entire of Hankins 1'burmacy.E. I .
delegation.A west
hen fruit or .itatocs. acter. democrat 6,393,182; Ikbs, hocialist, a ,1 '''''..nd. Florid,
p ---. 417,051; Cliafin prohilitionist,241,2a2; Miss Mullett and mother arid guests Mormon elder who has been doing I ,
-- Iisgcn, independence, S3.1S6' ; Watson Mr. and Mrs. Luke and daughter enoyed evangelical work has been about town L. STEWART Isaac! Mtevart ":,ford BljrSTEWAHT 1 i
)/ -.. NioNill x33 *' with Mr and Mfe. Zimmi thiweek, disseminating his doctrine in
Gilhau lllbt labor a day I i
wpulist.33,871; sol' i & BLY
: 15421. mao at their home on the Tornoka.; print'tl! pamphlets. 1 Phvsician and Surgeon

t r The Vote It Stood Monday Evening Total for all candidate, H. 52,2rj.; Little Miss: Annie Orth seven years 1 he students of the public school arc i Special attention to diseases of the' Lawyers 1

"I This grand total exceeds by 1,311,531 old succeeded in landing:: the largest fish talking up an entertainment, the natureof Eye, Ear Throat and Nose. Officeand I

,the total number of votes cast in the aught: on the North bridge yesterday which is not yet defined, to be stagedat residence Magnolia iiMnnc : .
1 DAYTONA I presidential election of 1901, when the Mrs. W. .\. Baggett's home, on 1'i:\Icy Wilmuns Opera House sometime in door west of hours I' telephone*a in. to a p. n 82.oincv ,. is.Lxrd, Florida

grand total was 13,510.70s. street, has been treated to a fresh coat ; F..bruary. I ------------
. ;
r I Daytona High School 637,400 The republicandemocratic and socialist of .paint by the arti t.J'fIIIII' Wttlierby Mr. and, Irs. Walter Clark expect toleave Gl TITLr.S I INSURED
Halifax Rifles 446,705 for Jacksonville the latter of \. KLOCKPhysiciiui I
II parties each made a gain over the The peninsula members of the Daytona I part I
Volusia Abstract. Investment
Order Eastern Star 357,110 vote of four years ago but the prohibition band are Hairy Brigham Arthur next wetk. They think quite likely 1 and Surcjcon County .
and Title Insurance
Miss Maggie Morgan 53,165 I populist and socialist labor parties Judgen, We&ley Herrkk, Messrs Manning that they will spend| the winter in the special l atteutiun given to 1.1.........* of Company.AhslriieUfHri.i
went bat'k. The independence party did! Siherstein, Salter and Mix Grace State, and in any event in the South. I oM .. astute ,. Baptist Parsonage -- 34,800 | II Kye: nn J Fitting CIII' .I. :M Inpa (lets find Blue
1 not figure in the election of four Burdick. A full attendance Is desired The tide was quite high yesterday afternoon i ....' lwrlothlnghU'iv.' 11m. hour I fcH"J. Bert FI+hPre.'are, l>.
Colored Industrial School 17,240 years S,T'T seal Trma Oppo ll Volutla Co.:
.. .
I I ago and cut very little figure this. at band practice tonight. t'r..f. Cole and the big billows churned up I .o'I a. 1.1. 1 It.,::1:011 p. u ., to : p. u' itaBk, lN.IAWl. KlDAYTONA I
<1 1'" Miss Jean Frances Conrad 11,440 KI.V. I! ___ __
The democratic gain far exceeded the ; says there is the nucleus for one of the the white raps, !but the pier was -

Miss Mary Uille 4.055 of all the others combined This best bands in the state with |>ersi.-Unt devotees usual, and I II
as \
i I Icrowdodwith I M. JOSIE ROGERS! M. D. I ). D. vS C. ; \. I ROGERS
shows i a decadence of some of the minor effort along this line.SEABIEEZE the home collars returned full handed. i .1
YW' OUTSIDI OP D.\Yro .\ I !
parties and a trend toward the democratic : :, n.-.. :31.-.\ cement 11.\YTOX.HE.CII, Dec. 31-Mrs..ou \ 1 Inmcoputhic i Physician j j.No Civil Engineers$
Wilman's Opera House. 55,960 I party. A similar gain four years laid the west side; .
l sidewalk i.s tieing cm It. (Hull stud daughter, Miss 4.;;3 North Beach Slrirt.O.Tice (DAYTONA and
Seabreeze High School. 37,635 hence would carry the democrats into of Grand*-it.w avenue from Ocean boulevard arrived Tuesday afternoon Lur"lJe'l Hours 12:30 to 2:30 ;.1..1 6: 0'' 0Iifta ((MIAMI, I-LA.. .

$> M. E. Parsonage Daytona Beach 37.210 power by the small majority of 70,717. to the Country club house" and golf. *|jend the winter, at the pleasant I to 1:30.: |i.

t. Seabreeze Congregational Church 26,660 If the Republicans are able to 'make grounds and a fori1-of men, under thedirection of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Reed. Mrs Hulls i Telephone No.122. 'ytOftit'e KstaUisIiHl 1 ItDR. ;5

I :;ood" most: of their campaign and platform of Theo. Hau.chcnfll'rg contractor Mr. Reed's sister, and with her daughter --- -- -
I School 22,835
Kingston -
. pledges and can steer the Ship ofSlate has the work well in hand. usually spends part of the seuaouiere
..t t Miss Alice Daughcrty Daytona I loach 10,570 clear of the shoals: of panics! they Tueuty-four hundred feet will be laid. II I My tuna Private Hospital i :

Miss Lillian I'. Stewart Daytona Beach 7,020 will carry one or two more elections; Mutn of the new Sl't.'DI'rhicl! is tort'pla.e 'apt Brown, owner of the Mmnie.ou i and Sanitarium

Miss Elsie Coates Daytona I leach 5,235 the masses of the people are becoming : the old at the Wilmans opera [. has just: received a ;'O-horsepower K:"*ry fm-llliy Grihr "pnq',.rlrratptrat'. I j
l and .unl",1 l eases.E. i 1
and of +
I care
. Miss Margaret Freeman Daytona Beach 4,725 restless and impatient with many policies house Ix-ars the sign-manual i of J. Ralph en inp for his! launch which tows the i ii l appli nr<.*, tr..ln.-U uurmI I.
of the Republican party and it is a Wilcox artist. It is all bright Florida i,iiU-l surrounding*. Special att-hiIeQ I I
Mr. Mrs. Brown
: Minnie-Lou. and will ; .
I Il pat lout* IMIIII JN npplt- .
Miss Jennie 3,450
Murray, SmyrnaMiss i
4 question of only one or two more presidential iI i- landscape and will be appreciated bytl.e rruiaround iu Halifax wat<'rs a while ; No aytu.... I

_"*," r. Ruby Spaulding, Daytona Beach 2,525 I terms when the Democrats cone theatre ;<, who will also appreciate going as far north as St. Augustinebefore / I ...l'r.U.In l'b..rge..\. h:1.IJI'J.: ::: i, I

I. Miss Sallie Holland Daytona Ikach' 2.465 in for another mains.:; the fact that Manager Burgmau is starting for Miami. I I''U.'A.

........................., o........N.1....NNI .... I A daughter ": .G born to Mr. and Mrs working to attract: and hold the patronage Mrs. E.: G. Bowne, a niece of Dr. < .ar- I Ill. \\'. A. GUn: I A. O'NEILLOSTEOPATH I
I of the amuseineut-Io\in : pt.'t'JiI-.f field arrived from Boston, and will : :
H. K Yaiborouk.i at Tacoma, Washington .
the communities.Mr. Dentist
.........I.............. the 20th of December. Mr. and 1..uoJ the winter with her rclatlDr. \.-:'!. ': i i.
and Mrs. Win. B. Hatch drove to
and Mrs Girl t'ldiU move into
.H..H..I I
.. I GOOI) Fun 7> Mrs Yarborough formerly resided hen DeLand in their auto yesterday and their new home tomorrow. t tttlee: t'"raer ltlelgewoeel sail O'aINdS Aulen Ituif.Jiag :.
and hate many friends who congratulate -
several hours in that college town,
spent J. I'. Butler the real e.tate man, s. Beath Str.t-t. '
------IN THE them the arrival of the little I
upon ,
\ Hatch has id
Mr. -
f where con" pfl'Perty
1TSIi jewel at their home.A basted lIak'f'iIIa.! one of theJ. PHOXC S9 -
j .
j ] cVi ".11(1.'( )R1) CO. interests G. Brown cottages on the corner of ----- -- ---- --
I Mrs. II T Phillips and charming
. I I Communication. daughter Miss Nellie Phillips arrived Iluney and Ocean avenues to W. H. I ROY I HOWE..N\. I ). S.1 II. GOYE
PIANO ( '( )''rS'l' Croft, of IVtkskill, N. Y. Mr Croft
from Atlanta yesterday afternoon and Builder and
Editor Gazette-News: brought h :automobile along with him. I Physician and Sun.won.nhitl't.l
with Miss Hus: .ll.
will spend the winter >
1 signed a petition as I now und.rstand. i'tiarterly meeting convenes at the Office and residence: I.!.t s... UKH.M! CUntritl :Ur t
These votes cast for against Mr. (ke re-building hicarpenter Mrs. Phillips and }lis.ttlie have spentsv I .
Had I known at the Seabreeze.\enue M. E. Church tonight wood Avenue, opp iide: nod Ho-
I shop. eral winters at Seabreeze; and are cordially ,{('i>1jnfe and office, northeast cor-
I Each issue of the Gazette-News will publish one of those coupons time 1 signed it that it was against Mr. welcomed Lack again. They re- The afternoon train buses were tel. Phone 17.5. Office hours: 9 to net Ridgewoo and Volusia ave.

,;. It moot be vott-d within seven days. January :L\l, 10uU. I Gove I would not have 1'done J. DOYLE so. port the weather in Atlanta cold, wet crowded, with tourists yesterday, and I II 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6:30 to k p. m.l'hlJne I S'J. Daytona }1& r

.................................................... 109 Uidgewood ave. and disagreeable the past month. the real estate men got busy in a hurry. ............( ................................>.... !

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THE BUSH and SAFFORD l O. .sale.Mr.:'and K.Y.: lira.Condit T. H., JOG Cave ilagcolia, Sr.,, of 1. of the'Gn".al'fJ'p2a Well-informed" of the World d has I E1ectritrrti f.Ii

.. II Holly Uilli had the pleasure of Laving always been for a simple, pleasant 'and Day
i all their family; children and .
efficient laxative of known ;, \
liquid remedy W.
children whh them
grand on
I value; a laxative which physicians could
Christmas Day 'and 'succeeded in turned
; PIANO CONTEST t getting a.very good picture of the sanction'for family use because its component Will be .. ti- I

family croup as a souvenir of the parts are known to them to be .
occasion. wholesome and truly beneficial in effect, December 1, 1908. .. .

acceptable to the system and gentle, yet -
FoK RE>T-Furnishedcottage.! Y 1
in action.In .
4 I Dr. P. R. Bennett, tf prompt citizc of I
In which.-fwo residents of Daytona and vicinity will be awarded I supplying that demand with its excellent This will give the s Daytonr i

i Prof. U. E. Orth principal the combination of Syrup df figs and j Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. an opportunity -
; Ornu>ad public school, made pleasant -, Elixir of :Senna the California Fig Syrup i
'beautiful furnished the Bush & I
two Howard Pianos by I
. call on the Gazette-News office Co. proceeib along ethical lines and relies 1 i to operate -v
while in the city Tuesday, Mr. Ortli on the merits of the laxative for its remarkable -

Safford Piano Compano of Miami, sole representatives of the who is' a Tery popular young mn.! success. J\\achines--t-'
Flat"Irons \
I made a c lose run for the position of : That is one of reasons' why Electric Fans, ,

R. S. Howard Co. The contest conducted on behalf of I county the late superintendent election. of schols at !. Syrup of Figs and Elixir many of Senna is given I

I I: the preference by the Well-informed. :111111 motors of various kil:
r the Bush & Safford Company by The Daytona Gazette-News I decoration t'p-to-date Barnes moulding Novelty for I I To the get genuine its: (beneficial-manufactured: effects by always the California buy- I of motors 1 by electricity! clean I i iI ;

;and the Daytona Daily News. Owing to ill health and press of Fig Syrup Co., only and for sale I and economical. Ask us cost.

other business interests J. I.. Odum by leading druggists.: Price fifty cents 4

[ has turned over his meat market on per bottle. I icLoiigh

North Beach street to Messrs. Smith -- I Adam Schantz Plant j jE. I 1
v v and Leonard for the season. JohnL. DAYTONA INSTITUTE. ,

$2450.00 Foley who has been with ilr.Oduin Tnl'ITY.l'Il: '>TII TEAK.IH .

for the past two years, will M. KLI/.AHFTH HroicvrK Principal

continue new his position with the ,o.l Svnilnole South block.of orange.Beach Street! I ]J3. GUNNt General Manager. I ',

I Class and Individual Instruction. CoachIng -
of ruplUnfteUIng special attention. ................... "
............I M..s

. jOne .$400 R_. ,S. Howard Piano will be given to the person or I one F 1-Wool>R SALE counter-Three at show Barnes'cases Novelty am II I The Languages corlltul't" ,and Elocution CurrrniEvents.Drawing Lit. .

in the of who receives the Store. FREE SAMPLES OF WALL PAPER 4
organization residing City Daytona DR. T. A. DAVISI'ANTIIEROPIST t.
.Brunorehut>r. who holds!! a responsible POST CARD to-
Wall Paper P' A
position with the Jackson NEW .will day tracing rooms
number of votes. amnitingdumal '
highest The latest safest and most scientific Via. ; will
ville Gas. Co., spent the holidays, i 1 room into an attractive you papering
method of
treutiug the sick. Includes samples free.
cheerful home. bring you : 1

And one $400 R. S. Howard Piano to the person in Vol- pleasantly Jrs. Carl Wehner with his, and parents sisters, Mr.,M isses!and! every Scientific ilrusless Massage.: system Women Osteopathy and children the We privilege place at your ol tel door<<- ,. ,end for\ intend price and painting color

Dora and 1 Susie: at their home on a specialty. Examination fire. CoB1Isomthe largest v card. We hive every.
South Beach where much Corner opposite postoffice, Daytona and mat varied itoct thing In PAINT and caa .
usia County outside of Daytona who receives the highest voteIn street, a Beach. the South. live you money. .
enjoyed family reunion hell I
Sunday. was Phillip E. RobiBcon Architect. PettZIfi, Tih fiILIE, 9' !:_ lr:, maler Ipftcf 1
r I addition to the two pianos additional prizes will be National Rld'garannsh
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+ .,i + Ua. COMPANY *, .. J1a.
....................a..... v a "'tnl.., Home 11..116 w. 8., Sc. BALFE-CONROY j
to contestants follows In KlorliU
given as :
it l .,I :, I""..10... -
: Legal Notices : u VeuuHuusea. !jm 0 tI) GOCG.-
rropicnl liar .
2 Due Bills for $200 each 2 Due Bills. for $100 each dentRuslou/
..........///i//....... A. D. McBRIDE J. R. CONRAD! F. N.NRAD :

2 Due Bills for $175 each 2 Due Bills for $ 75 each Under and Master's Iv"irtJtO_ \ Sale.ot a derive oftorvilooure e+' -!oIa.annah.rampa... i President vla.Pree. 1 Cashier I 0. M'

ami HU|**, rviidervd in tin Cir -- MERCHANTS BANKBKAMfll ?;M
2 Due Bills for $150 each 2 Due Bills for $ 50 each cuitCourt of the Seienth Judk-ial Circuit '
(\ ClK.
of the State of Florida in and for THE ( UK VOLI'SIA >UNTV )

Volunia County, by the. Hon Minor :S GLEN WOOD I( Capital Stock.. .. .. .....................................$ 50,000 .f ,

2 Due Bills for $125 each 2 Due Dills for $ 25 each Jones day Judjre of December of said Court A. D. IIOI"dated! <, in theeighth a Surplus and Profits ..... .......... .. .... ......... 55,165 i.

CONTEST COMMENCED\ DEC. I and CLOSES :MARCH\ 31 certain herein cause Conn-linn|wading Christlaik-y in said j )in Court Com SEABREEZE FLA. Four per cent interest )paid on Savings accounts and Time Certificates

: No notice for withdrawals. :
and :S. of
plainant Fleming. friary I n. NEAK PUS TUl I'lCE. SCHOOL ANU' SHORE., i Deposit. leqnired
leminK.. R. 11 rieming, R. H C.fling I I
and Josephine F Collins are IIt.fl'II.lautC.I MODERN HOUSE. Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.FLORIDA
to GetVOTES wilt wll at public am:lion, for rich, to

Rules and Regulations : How and Where tt the e h'KlieHt Court; HouHe bidder. ,, at lit the Del. and front door in said of I Electric Lights Telephone all ... Q mOmO mcma..1

County of Volusia and State of riori the FIRST MONDAY IN: FEimU-: I
1. The contest is open to anyone living in The following merchants will give one vote for Altt, A. D. 1WJ, beiiiK the first. day or (iill.K. r.i/.\TIN
Volusia County, who is known by the conductors every cent paid) into their establishment said month, during the \rgiIxnirt\ of Nirclil| : Kilter for HTIIHMI. .
sale, on that day all of the follow illlldt'HC'riLo..II'1lllt'rtl II LOCAL TIME CARD No. 76. Corrected to October 1st. 1008 ,3
,of the contest, vouched for by some reputable for goods which they handle. | Situate in the Countyof A. B. ---
CLARK Proprietor.
Volusia\ and State of Florida' to u it: Co. gg No. 29 N0.76 lio. !II i ,
person to them well known. PECK-HEXDRICKS COMPANY, Dry Goods. Lots Throe Four and l Five C:t.t A. 5)) -- I DAILY DAILY J. .___MAIN____LINE_ __ __ DAILY DAILY t

r .--. __ 2. No employee altnchee or relative the OEO. II. CLAUK Jewelry and Stationery. of lIubcJh'i..ion Blot-k Two of ((2)Lot) of One Mary((1))C.of Fk Section-miug's' From Noteinlx-r .'4. I'*''*, to April I 13, IIIII! 610 pm 170 am ILv.._.........laekeon.llle.u. .._.._..._.. AI 72& pm 9 46 am

..__._... _..._.._. ... .
of above named firms L. G. LYMAN Groceries. Ten '- 125: pm 1015 am iAr 'ol.' Auxwtl Lv 6 lit pili 11U alii
proprietors the are eligible ((10)) TonntshiD Sixteen ((10;; south :.. htlallo....... _........_..L' S U6 .23
in this THE GAZETTE-NEWS of RalljCe Thir1.v-thtte ((1t) ra5t. After Aprll1..lso.IIOTELLitiIsvALlaak. : : 1 912 Bj: pm pili 114 123 am pm 'IL\.L..l......... ....... ......tlrmc.d.& ....._....... .............. L. 121 pm pm 4 N aID am
to participate contest and will participate COMPANY. ... ......_...._......
This _4th day of Dwmher..t.D..U'OM.! : t 26 pm 136 pm iL._............ ..... Ia>t.'n..n .Lv 107 pm 4 30 alii
in no manner IIAXKI S, The } ) J. LIE: MfCkoKY.M ( .-all iro\e. Nrw; Jrrwjr. 1010 1116 :: 129 2O r.: ;it::::::::::::::::::.::........NexNate...TnratUe.....:::::.:-:::=::.Lv.Lv 1 rl : : 36 55 am as1200a
( neral Master I in Chan., -- 417 'Lr.- ...cocos ... 1232 159
- 2. In the event of a misunderstanding be- ii. MCDONALD, Meats. Volutiia County, Florida.-ry 12 04 am t 4 IS pm pm Lv.:::::::: ::::...::::Roekic ::::::::::.:::::.=:t 17 2$ pm pm: L 49 ::
;M. B. Al'LTMAN 11 SII alii 4 50 pili ,I.y ........._........I so CialJi.: .__..__....L' 1164 111I 114 aliiU
Gent FurnishingsGllUnKUUOItRlSJJAUDWAUK FiTZiiKRiLD Jt OATEN L'.............._..__._'J .1t""nlle.I.\ II 44 103 am
5 00 aID
'tween candidates or others interested in this 41J am pm
con The Morgan ... _.... ......... _
; Complainant Solicitor L\ .......... Ft. Peo' t 55 1m 1115
t : 2 roo a. 700 pm pm
such : : CO.uPAXY.ducturltoftlaecontnt. ............... .... .\\ Psi. b... I........._. ....._1. 1:11i t U6
test controversy be referred to the con- ----- 6 00 am t 04 JIm Ar rot am pm
may S35am L'..............._.... _..n. :.....SCruk__.__._I.W.m 721
B1NGHAM[ IALt.CO.., Furniture. 1 735 104M1p1n 1145 Ar ..... .............._......!I..I ., _....._._L1) tJO all1 820 pm
who alone the am pm I'm
are persons Master's Sale. niRNhK; PALMKTTO: AND tie c am .7iiO.ln :Lv....................... ..511.ue1...... ... ....__.... .4 eflIO DlSoopmtl1
---- ,,_ ..... ..._.. ,
; qualified render det isions. I'nder and by virtue of a II".tt..r fmeclomireand \"01"1011..tS't:4.: ,.. I 13 00 00 am pm Ar.Ar..U........ -.Rnlgab:: J.:-.,Urek...._.... .........L'.J.l10........._pm po. 12 uo tJO amDally III
wile, rendered l in tlw Circuit
4. In the event a candidate decides to wilh'Vhere Votes May be Cast Court of the Se\enth Judicial Circuit of ---
FLA. *xc pt Similarf*and.ys andcdrr '+ :Tu.-.1.n and Frldaji only
f.. draw from the race, such candidate will not l he the State of Florida, in and for Volnii.i DAYTONA I .I'"r"
Coul.tybythelion.lill"r$ JoiK-y.Jinlge' r.\LATIU F.RANCII
tt'allowed to transfer votes to the credit of another Ballot boxesill be plat.'tlm the houses represented of said(ourt.dated the!Nth day of iHt-eiii. II. 11. !MANWILLKIt rUOPRIETOK I'AL.ThTo -I --1'.1LUK.\ EAST -rI"IU'
Arise Lwfe
candidate in the contest in this content. tier, A. U. I''US; in a i-ertain 'all"'I."ding Leave PalaU tll-nST P.'L.\YKA I I' I'al.lh I 1':11.11. I l'AL.\TKA.. Patina
r ... in said court, herein CoriH-linn -- -
a x I Chrigtiancy! i U! Coinphiinatit' and S.uniH1Fleinintr. -- --- -I 5 30.m L.__.. 46 Dllilr......_.. i.-.o. .un j 5 bt a..s ....Yo. 4'7 D.lY....!.. e 15 am
. M. Mary I). Fh-iuiiiK.) K IL Cut LOW TIDES on the BEACH 126 am ........_No. 41 1..I'y' ........ 6 V: .'a-i 8 11I1 a.u ..._. So. 41! 1..lIy._. .20 am I
............ .- - - linn and I JoN" hine F. ColliiiH/ IMeiidtM ..._.. ....._. S, 4. ... a 1; .. U M
.** ...*.............04>4>4>4>4>.4>4>4>4>4>4>.4>.4>.+. > are __ tlb: am ..._.....No. 50 tally .........1 121. II :! :JI I II I.-.s. Daily._. 11 am
No. 62 NI 110
D.IIy Dally
I will Net: at Mmtioii, fnrc.t. 1150 am t'ld !f t m pm
public ..... ... ......
tar fl Duly 4 G 1 :1 a;
: W r 1..11 flO
.Ut' OEC. JAN. i f sa Jim \0. .1 t.m i I'u; "" y. pm
; I Daytona Tin and to the highest and liext bidder nt I 606 pm ...._....No.56t.ily ') :t'r Ice it rpm .._..So.57laity ._. 725pm
i. M. ELLA DE VOY CO.LADIES' V the front door of tlw Court House in D.-- t-__ -- ----- I 7 36 put. ..._...No. 55 .,I 7 w pa !s W JI"9.: 49 tauy..a 20 pm
t wild County of VoliiHiaitnd State ... 1... ... 705.. ... 7:10... 9:1 0... .
i of Florida, im the FIRST MONDAY) IN: ... ... .. 8:10.: .... S:20.: .. ...10:17.: .. I I II SAN MATEO BRANCH
.. f HATTERS FEBRUARY: A. I D.. lio! l wing the I ... 3... ... \I::1.;... ... 9:!1. ...11:09... i it -- I
Z Sheet Metal WorksTin first day of ..aid month during the legal: ... 4?.....IOJ2... ...10:30._ ...11 :55... I Las Eats EAST I'AL.TK.10 Arrirc4LMtr! iSMi SAN MATEO TO EAST AiriTtEaat
Correct in Styles. OPEN ALL TUB YEAR. I bouI-H of pale on that day, all of the fol- t ... .L. ..11:0.5..1125.] : ...12:....... I Palatka I I SAN :JIATLO Mateo. t.( V;,.no TALATICA Palatka
J : No fi South Ue.uli Street Daytona. lu\\ described .. .. ...11:40..l2:1..1:29... -
..................................................... the illlC County\ of VoluMa|>n irty and situated Slate in of I ... G.7... ...11:57: ...12:17.: .. 2:11.: .. I 11:1;;am pn t{_..............Xrt.: .. A 49:! l TallT.No. .ally_......._.... 8V.3 r:.'. ::':1 >9 0 4-> !em pm" ......-......... No.:.o. M r* Dally Dally _J.I 9 4 00 20) am pm
Florida to-wit: ... 5..12:11.: .. 1;0.;... 2::53... : -.1
....................... Roofing, Guttering Lots One, Twehe and Thirteen (1,12and .., 9... ... 1:2.;... ... 1:4.._ _. 3:30... -_ r _-_-- I
tH. ..................... No. 21 No. 15 No. 17 No. 13 o. :20 ho. 22Pally
t T ) 13)), of lit(s k Two ((2)) of Mary C. ...10... ... 2:10....... 2:29... 409.: .. I )I,lt I*Ot: r HKANi.l: I
.1' LING WAHCHINESE Fleming** ut>dmr.ion of !Lot One ((1)f ) ofSettion ...11... ... ::13.. _.4:52... I Sa only Dally Dally Dally J TSu.I only
i Copper Work, Ten ((10)) Township .Si\tevii (Hi) ...12... ... : :: ;51_. ... 5:37.: .. \ : I.-. : am !
FIRST tooth Rjinjre Thirty-three (:13){) ea,,.t. ...13... ... : :Jj... ... (j::2';... l DO 40 pm pm I, 110 860 PIl100 pm \ Sloan a I. _._. Jckozivllier.'#hIO D. ", h........._.. l.\ 7 7 W 4 i am,pi 1WO:30 pm am i <6< 30 60 pmt pm
CI.ASst Thin :21th day of iM-ember. A.IM''O.sJ. : ..11... ... :20...... 7:22... 2 45 pm 6 55 pm I 45: am !,..__...__A ..-.I$.- I..ArIII..... ..... I.. 7 w am ''It 45 am I. 46 pm
t!, I Tanks of all kinds Lbic: McCKoin I I ...1.;... ... 2:5.5..3 i; ) : ._.... .S:2.'i.' .. 100 pm.i 7 10 pm ,,10 UU am .- ....-.. ...)i.fl''t... .. .........-.. LG J.:. am 'I 11 30 am', 30 pm ..

a' { LAUNDRYf Seueral Master in CliaiNvr ...IIi.I .. ... ;: : ... .. 9:2.;... >.
Volucia County, Florida.FITZ.LRAI.DA ...17... ... ::00... ...10:25.: .. .c.... S.WI. ,I,s6 Y7 I ... fur er..c5 hL euvj!I"....... ilC.i .....!...wins, SuLnJ B.IIC s..It D.I1,
f 214 North Beach Street ()A'iTO:'>fA. FLORIDA All kinds of repairing done in firbt- : 0.,TKfi.' I ...1 S... ... : ::00... ...11:20... 'r I IOr. : i jf. ,1..1 i L IaWy

" StilT bosom shirt, open front.12: ': Night Shirts...... .............................10 i dais: style. Prompt attention 'urnplaiiant'(* t.itorC.SHERIFf'S I .....19..0..... ...... \ : ::51J........_...120.]2:1.: ..... 2 fO pm I. 00 am L.' an ..yaa A,.. 110. I'm n ..... : Ii tIIhm 'IL .. n e..Ar. 12 BO pm

k i White shirts.._ .. _.................10 ':, Woolen Shirts........... .................... 10 given: to all work. ...21.: .. ...1 t :2';.......1]:40... ... 1:07. I I 126 1.ImU30am pm ;:1101 am !L.O'.Ch'.L.L.-Lu. H..L. 12' u 1/1:,; caw pm, I! s I n''"put.m ..\\I\.t.USahCord..L'._..... .......... ... ,
Check: shirts...... _..._.............. s I Uiulersliirts.................. ...._.... ..... : SALE. ...?!... ....12:0.: )... ....12:0: ..,... 2:00... I to Jim \\u 46 am "'---Orae&.Ck, J.' 12:! go pm 100 pr. .I .-....h_.... ..-................. ...--_

,; NewsbirU.-........- ..............- ,....13 DrawersSi ........................ .................. 8 Shop Xo. 11!> South Street Daytona. I nder and by \irtueof Nine Ese..u- .12.25. .12:33.: I i :
Shirt collar attarhed...._. ......13 >cks. per pair. ............................. 3 lions mined{ out of the Circuit Court of i' ::IL :::.12.57..1.Ila.:: : 1:20.:::i::: ti: ::: I II CONNtcrtlON> MVPAT "SIC.lns ILLY IH)( K. IOR kr war VXD \VAN.V 1

;., : Collars. rarU._,..._..... _,..................2\\ Haiidkcixh: ............ ........... ..... .. 3 : Brown & Coleman.MASONIC Voluftia (County Florida, in the 1It.\"t'ral ,:I ....-, '.. I... 2.21: 11 a...I... :l-oo.J.: I... .--):..'J.... -ow.I or,...departure C... ., mkick>l ike tr.iu time.. -M..trd, he I...>.pcc.I 2>r4.>r
: Cuffs, per pair_.._._._.............., ,5 Silk IlandLmhuf*........................ 4 : eaugee ttutterkk theiein pending, wherein Limit-1 The i i ..27... ... 3:10...'... :3:50.: ,' '" 6:34.:: I.-T.- r..o-.*>l. toe ..> d' .Uy Pr ..' co.. q... :. .f .n, th.rrIrom.- .
: I'ubljtthmg Cunipany. ...!.K.. ... 37.: .. ... 4:47.: .. ... 7:37... OF THE LOCAL TIM 1. CARD OR OI HtK INFO )i.\TK>N "srt'iHE1ICRETAGINT':
Also Ladies Clothes tits ('Orrt'slJ1lin glrRea' DIRECTORY.ii l'I1. u Coiporation, is Plaintiff and i I!'I 4:55. 3:50.: 8:47. A..;.u>i G.....l P...CBer sr. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA ,

m.. ..... ........... ....... ......... ..i.i.If Meets\ '.\1st and UIIHK, 3rd Tburlda1s.UI.JIo.X NO. 81. .F. A: A. 1\-,\ Moore, i in Itrothen Defendant Company, and Rutland a Corj PlainI"Gar oratiou ,- I i ::..:ft: :.:: 6.00.......,:.::.::: 6:55.. :J:.:9.51.......:.:: .4ro. .--oo 9 ... .... ., :..ov-: ,,

"" i'HAPTKR: No. i, R. A. M tiff and floors Brotliers, ul I I u "
,' .
r ( Mretsh,1 Thursdar.OUllCNTALlHIMMANDCKY. Forenoon and afternoon tides
I are
approximately Ice
Corporation it IVfendaut. and 'flael't'I.J..It'II.ltil'k.
:: No .K. T.LIVKOIK .- ( Daytona Company 1f
.. at the same hour. Automobiles
', ,
1..t'U Jlh Thurlida\ l''IIII'UI,) I' "urIMlla- f i I
\ (t'HtPTKR.: No. I. 0.8.\ .- lion, !ill Plaintiff and MiMtre I'.rotherHComi i I can be driven on the beach two
San i if alrets .lid and 4th Tuesdays hours after high tide and within 4
Mateo two
l [ Cigars i .\1m'et\ In Masonic' Hall. Orange ayeuue the>anyaC..rporatiou.Liotia Novelty }'oOll'ant in lJt.ft'n.Inat.and /, hour ui high tide. : PURE ICE .i

; a Corporation, U 1'laintiff. Made from Distilled Water. t :

Have Made i 69BestROSES and Moore( i is IN Brothers.fetidaut.fhlUl'IlIlY.and| The Atneri-a Corporation Come and see our .'s .Factory. .corner. .Railroad 4 A and- Volusia. avenue.. . .
an I 1..a.I.t''r..t. COllll> .c -- -
in plaintiff and Moore llrother
r"lIl,p"111. a rorjHiratioii in defendant. :! stock of J
.i f T A Reputation of i and l Me I.., 1..1I"I..h! it.l." omp.inv.. a
"lIq".tj'I'| ; H ,pbonlifft u.1 M M>r*
Itrn '.. in I oiii'I"| niiu. 'rxiratioii.| \i-
surra till QIft .I.) ')h-eLu.t. nn,l'I. Ho-oriMfllo. : .Silk I Mm- Comforts Blankets C U its.t .
Their Own. Tt cm BEST HSU.TI |l' iitit. a ''Urll oiatioii, it plaintiff, utidMIMIIV I
_ t.;all j A.d..m r...._...-01,., Hrotltem Conn-any. u if>r- I ,
A ScI .X Hardy.uJ Fia1pand for iOraauMal. -oS IN.rat| ion, i is defendant aii't. Selz'SdiMati 'f!
r' \:. :The I of the} Fan .Shad a...H.ddwl.J ShrvW ; t EXPRESS
success Mateo
i, Cigar! i is one (i If !wry..4a1U3 and Company a t".iiotn corp
. i &C toot urumc iu$rarua.Compkt > in plaintiff, and M Itiother i PREPAID
t die greatest industrial triumphs) of the East Coast. j- cu k>f. ii I( I...0---1. FNiIi Com|>any. a ,.orMiration.| i idebnd" I i I'Pillows andi I -
Muce the freeze. ) wr; MO .: .9lwlvrA.M alit iff. and all.lHlt'r'Moors L.iII..rl'lt'1II HmtlwrM. i IM plaint i i 1 !
, / 9 Company, a i il'l.ItJ.tltatiuII. I i
i I | i.i< dff u.lant. 1 ha\e i:( I A$42Oly
;:; .' Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula j !leitfdupon and will hell at publii-out- I< Ifla.
t( ,'n'ill the south I' Mattresses /
; of Florida and the Island of Culwi HMIIII on the lower fl Nir
I can prodtue. and wrapped ( Roses and Ornamental -lof '1'e .tt wo.nI bnildin in (Dajtton.i. i j
with the rich: silky leaf grown on East Coat jilautati \oliu-ia l', on tl.- first
Monday in January.; A. !H.. l'!'C'!'. Jiiitf '!i 1"
t. the cigar of the world has
) industry never produced better goods. Shrubbery. the 4th day of aid: month dui iug ter '
For sale by all] the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union legal houm of sale, to the hiKliet, and. ) All Grades. Prices n1s' D 4 1
I beat bidder for Lash, the. following il).ncrilied 4 tlNERC4 fOQ.rte.
,,. News.\siijpany on every train entering Florida. I All tne best varieties of winter blooming lwreunal rl'llllt'rty of .aid.Irf.'ud. aua..u+ 1 v 't
grafted Hose adapted to Florida; alit tllwit11 of the Ktoik of Right.
Twenty sizes styles and grades to select from. $ I29
: i I also other ornamental plants, trees and and tiituren. known and U-Ioiiyin! ; to 3( 1 1
the Moore
rOU SALE BY ALL DMALBRS.t shrubbery All p'ants guaranteed. and are ItrotbprnCompany.acoriioration. now located in the said- ,

t .: : Manufactured. By Grounds prepared and plants cared for. sooth Atwood room.building on the, in lower Daytorm.oIIlIj floor) of the Bingbam& Maley CO. CHAS. BLUA1 & COMPANY i

County. Florida or so mach thereof 0.1 AGENCY t
t s S. W. ROWLEY SAN )IATh 0 will satisfy aid Execution and CO.

TLORID A "TOE PINES," This the llth day of[ November, .\l.'OlIt.i Blue Ribbon Beep and Lewis .66
100S. J. E. Taxis, Whiskey
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I South Ridgewootl are, Daytona. Sheriff Voltuia County, Bead tor Price Urt. JACKSONVILLE FLA.

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