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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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Place of Publication:
Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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January 9, 1909
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Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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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Vol. 20, No. 33 Ooc Everywhere. Reachc All Claw Daytona, Florida, Saturday, January .9t 1909. Bt>t A.T>rtUI.t MtdlBH ra D"ton.. Yleialt,. Price 5 Cents

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Our Wool Dress Goods Have Arrived. ; Cityid.


the Mills this we
Ow'ing to nur being able to purchase: t rect from year

11 are enabled to display a better line of \Yo<.1 Dress Goods, comprising all the I ELECTRIC LIGHTS. '

latest shades and effects, than ever Iefnre, and l at prices equal to the larger SESSION. IN MARCU. SELL STOCK. Uwt ELECTRIC:and Cold BELLS.Datkfl.

department stores The goods are froin brie of the most eelebrated mills Table First-Class.. S-

their goods being handled 1'y nU-the Ugh loss stores in th. country. We --- I

solicit an inspection<< before makingVour pun'haSt'< :'. Little Tots Sing Sweetly "The Celebrated Song Artist To Return By Injunction Creditors Stop The I tf iI >r i boarders.Room for a few Ubl -- R

Bells of Christmas Ring"- And Devote An Evening To Sheriff From Selling Goods of I I I' ..
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The Peck-Hendricks Company. Fine Program. Song Wilmans.. Bankrupt Firm."AS I CEO. H. MATTKEWS

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I MAHOGANY TABLE INST ALUD.I ADMIRATION FOR SCENERY. RESTRAIN/ ORDER GRANTED.!'I .+..++N..+....+1.++..+++......+..+++.+....+*'..+.+...

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i Real Groceries i The Palmetto club held its regular Madame Calve, the world's greatest In the United States district court ,: J Capacity 30 rooms. Rooms bright, airy and completely furnished. Modernimprovements J

meeting Thursday afternoon of last week. singer! ,spent yesterday in driving about Saturday Judge James W. Locke granted i,. clean and up-to-date. Located on Seabreeze Avenue.short

.. .. The weather outside was dreary and Daytona and viewing the charmingscenes a petition for an injunction restrain I.J distance cal: rates by front week Atlantic or season.Ocean. Summer rates $1.00- per day. and up. Spec I 3 !

i showery; inside though everything was of river, forest: and ocean, as theguest ing Sheriff Turner from disposing of at ,I I E. L. HOWARD. Proprietor.,,.
: It has been our aim to establisha : bright and cheerful. The room was of Mr. and Mrs. Fogg, of Sea- public sale the stock and merchandise of
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: grocery here that will meet : beautifully decorated in red and green.A breeze, with whom she traveled on an Moore Brothers,recently declared bank- I.

large Christmas bell and :several:; ()('t'8n'oyage on their journey aroundthe rupt. The sale was to have occurred i
of the .****.**.*.*.*****tt.k******* ..........*..t
: with the popular wants : smaller ones, gay with electric lights, world two years ago. Tuesday.The i

: people, we study their wants : added to the charm. Madame Calve expressed her admiration |petition for an injunction was I 1 THE MAGNOLIARIDGEWOOD : S

: : The program was carried out according for the beauties and varied scenic granted to Armstrong,Cator & Co II.I 4 I .
and their needs and buy 1> accor :
to calendar, the day being called a attractions of Daytona's surroundingsand B. Claflin A Co. and G..& II. Fuld, creditors
: dingly. We are not overtaxed : "holidav shower." regretted that preying engagements of the bankrupt firm. These creditors .1 I f Larqc Rooms. I Purnace Heat. 1 Electric Lights. .

: with expense and are enabled to : The meeting w as opened by a very permitted her to remain but a short alleged jn their application for an : Rates $2.oo Per Day.

beautiful piano solo by Miss Willaume. time This work famous: singer u a injunction that judgments had been obtained -
Give I : MRS. CELESTE HINKS, Propritress.
: sell at moderate :
prices. Alfred IJlInnt.U ', violinist beauty of a rare tyjnof I.atin race. Her by certain other creditors and
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: us a trial for the. coming month. : by Miss Perkins, exquisitely rendered dark dress, patterned after the latest that the stock of merchant1 of the < .

"Humoreske," by Ihorak, and I Parisian fashion, brought out to the full bankrupt firm would be sold by the! .A************************. t ..****************.*.*_* c

"Saranbande," by Bohiu and then her rare complexion, the contour of her sheriff <>Volusia county today to : MYRTLE AVENUE : ,. (
.i 1 S. W. CARROLL i charmed his listeners: with "Adoration"as classic feature, the rich mass of glossy satisfy the judgments unless such I i : THE MYRTLE t Centrally Located.t i e." .

an encore. hair, and dark flashing eyes. proceedings were stopped; that should '
I t A Homelike Hoarding House with all modern conveniences. jI
Eight little fairies under the instruc- \Vhileatthe home of Mr. and Mr I ?. the sale be conducted and the goods disposed : < :

The North Beach st. Grocer. tion of Mrs. Hay nes came tripping land Fogg C. F. liurgman, manager of the : of, the bankrupts, according to I : Can accomodate more table boarders. ;

sang a Christmas carol, keeping Wilmans opera house,called on Madame law, would be subject to discharge, and I ; PRICKS PEAS. AnLE. :

: Telephone \'o.19. : perfect time with graceful motions, and Calve and after a twenty minute interview that such a discharge at this time when : MRS. C. KOST, Proprietress. i

were as sweet! and lovely as only tiny obtained an agreement from her to their claims had not been satisfied i 1.............. .. ......... *.*...***********..."##*'.tt
.....I.LI..I.I.a.I.I.I.1.60I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.IiYOU fairies can be. sing here on or about March 5th. The would work an irreparable injury to

The president, Mrs. Stillman, assisted detailed arrangements! for thus notable thtm. >i..+..+...+.++++++.*.*.'>.+ +.++....................+.

by Mrs. Xi\er, opened the shower, event will be completed in the course of 2
Will FIND }WHAT YOU SEEK which wax happily long but broken by a few days between Mr. Burgman and I'i' I "THE PINES Accomodates NEW HOUSE.Fifty.

1 a alt 1_ under the category of' real estate,"hether the little tot sweetly singing"The Bells the business manager of Madame Calve. HIE[ REEDS CELEBRATE All Coavc Jea e..

':;) er it be a house, store, stable, farm or city of Christmas Ring." Dr. E. L. Potter of The Clarendon, the
: Rates: $2.50 Per Day and Up. Special by the Month.
country lots unimproved, for your own ten- We forbear to name the donors for manager of the leading hotels of Day t i
-. ancy, to rent to others or !hold as an in- fear some might be ovrrlooLrd. A tons and many of our leading citizens l : An attractive house with large and airy room,hot and cold water.through th.
Souse, Ml': water baths'I"rlrIIgbt.,furnace beat sad tetopboo
\-estn.'nt-ai1 these l'arres-on} our lists, number clubbed together and gave a and lovers of classic opera have prom fI sulphur or
': lit T Hoiue of the pleasant features of"The l'lnel"are Its wide veranda and its Roof }
e'er uliicl. :uo free to your search. We are at handsome mahogany table for the dressing -i i ied their full support and financial assistance > Harden,affording a flue view of the country,river and ocean.

lour service for anything In the real estate room, a large rug and umbrella,.i to make this event the greatest Congratulations By Letter and By I j. '"The Pine***U, situated on south lUdJe 'ood. the highest avenue In Dayton
of the 4 Room. lngle oren juice, with or without private bath.
t>\hi nt'$S stand. There were two or three tea success season.
Wire From All Points of ((2
C. BUTLER tables, a large coffee pot, tea pot, sugar, -- -- OPEN FROM NOVEMBER 15 TO MAY i.
:; 1i bowl and creamer, two fine vases filled Compass.There '.

\ L-- with beautiful (flowers, tea table cover,! I : MRS. J. B. H1NSKY, Proprietress.
i Heul Cstate. Lift Fire and Accident Ins. are far more divorces than

.. .. Phone 231, Dajtona Beach, Fla. The coat hooks safe, screen: had i its and scrap basket.h,dden THE NEW golden weddings. Mr. and Mrs. William .2 338 South'Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA.

new ugliness It Reed celebrated their golden wedding i NNN........N........#....... ...................
and its usefulness! doubled; one large .
NNN N + + chair and two email ones dear tiny pots Saturday. Only a few of their -......................... ......- .....................
SCHEDULE clove friends were present, as circumstances -
of flowers for some,new year's cards for
Ask for the Bread prevented a large party. Their i
t, M1 many, warm clothes for the little baby THE IVY LANE INN .
home the Hastin&s Minnesota,
'tt: in need, a few gifts for different mem- paper
)Democrat, contained the following:
,r : with t the stamp of bers and candy for every one which EFFECTIVE. "Mr. and Mrs William B. Heed invite i I Was opened for its fourth season November 15th, 1908 and will
the little fairies, assisted by Master all their friends to their golden wedding ...
: Maurice Niver, passed around. Many -- at No. 10 Riverside South, Daytona : remain open until May: IHtli! laW) The house is well prepared to

gifts were accompanied by rare gems of Beach, Fla on January 2, 1909. Nc i for refined and
; maintain its established reputation elegance comfort
The Trains of Florida Hast Coast I
nj eo alul>wV1iln! ; Daytona Bakery joety.and one envelope held something I presents will be cpted Postal card
replies will be acceptable." ca fully prepared meals: and i most attractive table service. The
table.It :
to assist in getting a dressing; Railway Now On Winter
Mr and Mrs. Heed art held in the
was announced that there would bea : rooms are large and bunny, well lighted and heated, many of them .
Schedule. highest esteem by their host of friends
meeting to reorganize the civic de- here, who unite to offer congratulationsand provided with private (Iiatlis.,
;',.0. ,.\;}::.!':.J H. E. QUIQQ I partment at 3 o'l lock next Monday afernoon. best wishes the occasion ol 'i
All were urged to be present. All THE"[ TRAINS OX Til.t I[
f I the ir golden wedding, hoping that their ; W. W. FOLTZ Proprietor.
be had of
:i'r. < Tickets for the banquet can i ,
WiitProprietor.. succeeding years may be crowned with
Mrs. Clark at the George II. Clark store. .
2N : .It days of sunshine, where shadow haveno ...........................*.+...*....+......+......
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early as possible. The new time ('ardoC the Florida Last .place I .......-.-...-.....-......_ ........ .................
COASt Railway,as previously announced liy! mail and wire came to them many
There short business! meeting
************************* ************************** and was delightful a club afternoon; wasover. went into effect o.i Tut'a lay and trains congratulations. Captain Stroud, of THE
the Stroud Boat Co writes
i arc now running on the following sched- : ,
N. ERICKSON | ule: 'Congratulations on the fiftfrth round :I.
The music was in charge of Mrs. Belle .
Abbott Haynes and Mrs. Esch was the SOUTHBOUND: trip, and a Happy New Year. May : : South Ridgewood Avenue .' .
J Cabinet MaKer.Vood Worlter.t J hostess for the day. ,, jour fuel tank never get empty, nor
Train No. 3>, known as the Over-Sea
cylinder refuse to spark until the
Picture Frames, Door and \VindoScreen* made to order. 3 j I.imited, will leave Jacksonville at 3-:'0 old hulk goes on the beach for good.A i i | Steam Heat, Klt-ctric: Lights, two blocks from
IN ANSWER TO PERIESmm p. m arriving at Daytona 7 00 p in. I \

$. Cottage Avenue, DAYTONILA.. tr i This train will run to Knights Key: arriving we main are brace so far together apart we even cannot in water.splicethe : i depot and postofKce. (Garage on premise

.......................... ************************* r JOB WORK. there at'oo: a. In. From Hon. 1) H. Truax, over Uti)
I I Train No. 99, known as the Key 1Vest ROOMS ONLY.
years old, came a letter that was more i
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Expr"ss: will also urn to Knight: Key.
..................................................... RRRThe ': like A young man's. Mr. Heed tells u*! .
arriving thereat 3-20: p. in. This train he bought his first land in Minnesota of P. DOYLE
i R. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor i ii Gazette-News Office Except will leave Jacksonville at 'J'30\ in the evening Mr. Truax fifty-two years ago. : i J. Proprietor.
i i ionally Equipped For Expeditious arriving at Daytona at 137 in lre>cnts were accepted only from the ...+......+1.....**e***..............*...***+++..N.
(House Wiring a Specialty.Dealer the morning. ----- -- -.
family. They were surely fiDPf'tIpecially -
*. Artistic Work. Train No. 33 will run as far AS Miami, from the children as also from the I.t.NN..NN.MOO..istih.. g..'..................N+.
: in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades, arriving.thereat 10.-." p. m. It will
Gazette-News reader accosts brother and sifters. The gwom's wastl'II
Frequently a
2 Lamps. No. 8 Orange aeiuuDAYTONA) FLA. leave Jacksonville at 10:00: a. lu., arriving THE CLEVELAND
a representative on the street orhe gold eagles in ten envelopes with directions

.....N..1........................................... comes up to the office to ascertain at Daytona at 1:45 p. in on each as to the way the bride' I Magnolia Avenue, opposite I'oetofhce
Train No. 29: I. the loval, will make nil should the We f
--- whether the News does job work. If use gold. copy part othese Rooms Only. :Steam lIc'at.anitary:: Plumbing. Gas
between Jacksonville and Miami, "
stops "direction The others ol
t the inquirer could see the Daily Xt''sjob are
.+t' + + 4 .+ + + + .+.. .. N+ + .+ hook loaded 1 and then again unloaded leaving Jacksonville at 7-nO a. iti ar- same import. l.i ; up to date.

every day he would be decidedly of riving at Daytona at 11:40, and arr \'- With this 510 buy the most useless, I SIBvGR: Proprietor.

,\ Bond Lumber Company: he opinion that this office turns out job big at destination at 10:15 p. m. thing. of which who you can"e\',-n a : ............................MC..,t...............,..
work; if he will pause at the entrance NORTHBOUND. \ny one tempts suggest

and listen to the roar of the Westing-! Train No. 7> will leave Miami! at 4:4.: >> what you do with this $10 will get ........... **.**.***..**..* .****..*.****.............
ROUGH: AND DRESSED I /) I house motor and watch the News job into trouble." a
a. m., arriving at Daytona 3-l p. m;
PINE AND CYPRESS LUlTlDCrK h t'If "This 510 is for frivolity. Don't THE
I expert| feed the press, lie will'Ulat arriving Jacksonville 7:30 p. m. pure i
this u the job center even let the eagle know its destination.'
Train No. 71 will leave Miami at 7-15
Lath, Shingles, Flooring, (Viling, Brick, Lime 1 Yes, the Dl&ily's office dotS job a. m., arriving at Daytona 3:41: p. m ; "This ?10 il i for your own private UM. f: Centrally front located on the Volusia IUhfaUivcr.Avenue. Three e'',< n am minutes avenue walk from to the stores depot pOtlt-to JtI
the water on
-not for corned beef and f'abbage foi
work at moderate ,and its specialty
i O .l- office and lards: 'hl Coat arriving at Jacksonville 7:40 p.m. ,
1 and The Howard rutly. a f house in everys
V eniCIlt in OlOCk. Rallw.r, and Hranle Avenu is dispatch; in other words if you Mr. Heed.: I : office, churches lie.
Train No. 9S will leave Knights Key .
1 till FABLb A SPECIALTY. Northern
i l MI I.LH-Bond Mill.Atlantic('."*Kt I.lnc HT..11.! mll.-siM.utti of Jacksonville. ;i want anything in especially qutk time at 1 p. m arming Daytona 4li> a. m ; We note the groom's on account bride's of hisrecifie"directions" : resix-ctat cooling. Uw moderate cuisine <-x pn' ' to the uof <
the Daily News office makes a srNci.iltyf { as : s
.' .. Jatksonville S.30
a. m.
; ICcamsoo.oos.ntnr4Rrurh.fthe : Ity arriving of the The house has modern con-
wants the gold. : the direct sU|er\lion I'r-'Itri.tur.| every ,
supplying your Train No. Sti will leave Knights Keyat \'nit-I1l' amid imprwviMiie-it. H.ia large veranda and pagoda and H: sure. ::
.. Mr. and Mrs Reed are t'nthu"ja.stjtlonrl .. .
Phone 83 I; MAl.UY.. Manager. .
at Daytona at .
: p.m. l \tntilatnl.
I and will
roundwl by lawns and shad- > dry
r rI of Florida. This is their sixteenth: '
N...NN.......*.*N M..* ..........................; TilE ELKS' I I ST ALLA TIO I S 24 a. in; arriving at Jacksonville!'! at winter South, and their fourteenth here. t For terms apply to the pr'|*n>ti>r.
12:10 p m. '
He predicts there will !Ire a million
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HAS" BEEN[ POSTPO I ED.lit Northern i eople winter in Florida a JOHN i'

.................O+e.e.o3....1t0.. 0................... score of years hence. K .... .
..... .Ma.a.
Orange Blossoms. ssaa>rtt.............. sar
WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING : lit lit Francis N. Coleman and Miss C. Short ........................... ...........NN.. .N.- .NN-

Will Occur a Week From Friday Dr. and Mrs.I M. V. Young, of .
united in marriage Monday evening -
Galvanized Iron Tank Tin Hoof: Hot Air Furnace i ior I wire
getting a : a now a ,
I Evening--Non-arrlvalof Para- at about t* o'clock, at the residenceof Frankfort Iiid., have: armed for the OTTO A. SPIES

any ur the other metal ncvcssitit-H required) to complete a mJlern J W. II. Edmondson, Notary Public, winter and are guests (.f the White i

dwelling, remember that phernalia The Cause. !. who performed the ceremony. Miss House. Daytona Ueaclu Dr. Young; | 107 North Beach Street
and Mr.
No. 1090 will lot' Short is from Tort Orange
Lodge, not
Daytona the
mule of Garth B. Young,
i is
firm of an
i Coleman is member of
C. NASH d SON instituted to a Friday telegram night received as arranged Monday, according Brown A Coleman, tin and sheet metalworkers druggist. | | Uphotsterer, Mattress Maker\ and

of this city. T. B. Brown andH. from Henry S. Chubb, District DeputyGrand I .
DAYTONA. FLA. LeLj H. Brittle \\de."itnt'ktt'to: the mar-
j Exalted Ruler. It seems that riage. Dr. and Mrs. Adolph Morgen-j: : Carriage Trimmer.

Mr. Chubb U in receipt of a telegramfrom --- tnroute from Havana, Cuba
beat prepared 1 to give prompt and reliable service at fair stern, ]
1 1i the Grand Secretary stating thatit Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Gardiner Mr. and other points south to their I Materials.
General repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory. would be Impossible t) get the phara- and Mrs. M. II. Church and Mrs. M. home in Cincinnati, stopped over A Full and Complete Line Upholstery

Phone 53. phenalia here in time for installation S. Ludlo made the New Smyrna here for a visit with their friends, First Class \York. Prompt Delivery. :
work solicited. ;
Out of
hence I
i Friday evening of this week the trip Sunday in the Gardiner machine. 1'L'O. Sengstat and family at Daytona -

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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS I PERS0SM OF POST OffiCE \ J. Mortimer Smith has for his

/ PALMETTO pues-ls en l hard his. yacht, the WHEN YOU GO...

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY i i "Hond.1," Irk tern sisters and I his a .r

mum SMITH'S RECORD brother. One sister i Hilt remain for NORTH'INTHESPRING
jr... CLUB 11:11:11 1 thA infer, the others will stay but a .
few -
weeks =
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'; THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY I I A Strong Staff With Mr. and Mrs. .
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> k ': ( INCORPORATED ) I W. C. Smith At The Guiding The (':\r w..11 house at the corner IJPOVP your Florida notne- 'in charge "'c'

., BANQUET ;ref 1 He.u-Ii, street and First avenue # r.r, r f l PROK. c. E. OKTII. Yaut wan \ a'tv I"
, Helm.WASHINGTON i has been raided 1 on the foundationsand
Entered at the Postoffice at Flonda Second Class Matter. I and _
" Daytona, as oney worry annoy
i, i Jan. 4.-The also moved forward several feet, ''ft; ?

i At The Prince George-A Notable brine :inq it on a line with the other doi ie. and when yeurrtnrn* in tie

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I IL Occasion-Fine Program President today at 1 o'clock sent honsoH in the block ___ Fall you will l he satisfied that you

One copy one year- .____._ .....___....__._...._11..'>0 the name of William C. Smith to i 1 1 trust in the right hanJ
L,+ Oue copy six months...... __.._._..._..._____.__..._ .7.1'' : And Good Cheer. IN j 1.1.11..1 your .

One copy three months. ..___ _______.._..._.. .......__ .40 the Senate for confirmation as I DANGER DELAY. I Yours res(jKttf u ly. '

.. Kidney Diseases Are Too Dangerous 1
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IU! TOASTS CHEW SHE. postmaster at Daytona, Florida. C. E. ORTH. .
,, SATURDAY JANUARY 2, 1909 for (3)tons People to Neglect. s
I II I Ormond School. j
I 11:11:11 The /jrn-nt dang of kidney troubles Is jJ
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that tlir-.r ,let H firm hold before the "uf1 >-J
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD The annual banquet of the Palmetto .
( PORT ORANGE )i Club has come and gone. It was a .i4 !1 f..roof nrocnix:: *"* tli ni. Health In gradu ........ .............................................

: ,,1'\. I'.AckaclM, headache,
IT AT DELHI MODAL l lightful occasion! ; a pronounced : ner'11I1'11....v, InnipWM. flUN'npl4l1, lornIxi : J. G.\HlU-UX: i

I viewed from every standpoint, and : : .\ close examination of electricf .
:!ii. nnirmry truuMex. drop dla-
a i il those! reonsible for its success' should
= 11:11:11 ( 1..t..l', and l ItriylitH( ili-Mfi-o follow : l al \\urk finished and charged for f.
The Social Euchre Club has begin reorganized feel immensely gratified that the event
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shows bo.
CommissionerFrom !* aiim-nnii'li. Ihn'tneglntyour.ts | ; j from this shop equal't'Iy .
Qeo. F. Crouch,
and meet every Tuesday evening should have passed in the t 1 1.e of gl ry. : .
.-. l'nre the 1.t.111"11th acert. and honorably transact our
I in Ridgewood Hall. ,j Daytona District, Electi i which characterized the The entertainment New Year's !I I'llU. uhi'-h htv t'nr..1 l Ilt'Opl rIght here -, special attention. Those
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a grand success in every way. Avery : ed Chairman New Board. i The club women were exqusitrlygowned : i
I in \In\'tllna.\ t who employ us never worry about .1
large numb r of people werepres-l! and were in their finest fettle + .
The County Board of Education met I .\ K. I'.ruVaw: Kuiiiev avenue, 1>&,- : = our charges, and they know btaf -
ent and enjoyed a very !social! at DeLand Monday evening with all\ ;, torn, Flu sate: "1 am pta l %o say fore engaging us that our workmanship j '

ladies of the Church Guild give a members present. ) lordly another, Miiiled in blandly, and vied with JAf | It!>',,,,,'N Kidrwy I'ilN prored) to be a i ..'.. .;. I j f will be the best. j
social tea every Thursday afternoon The matter "f repairing the colored one chivalry of deportmentand i I ni'Hi rxiplViit in I
I : meta my cA> from 3 to 5 p. m., and all are cordially school) building at I'ort Orange and repairs exemplary speech had d-ill l ba'ku.her aril pl\101liu the n : 'l.: -I Electric Co. j.e

.. invited to come and partake. This week I. on well at Kingston was referredto wafted The sweet strains of music which were I ;j, RI.III of my kidneys. I was also bother ,I. l .:: !la i!J[s Daytona .
the both
out over assembly were
Mrs. J. A. Weiss hostess with
was Commissioner Crouch to "
power *! bt tli** irregular; actions of the kid ii. .-\J-, ;
soulful and inspiring; the decorationswere i I-r-T-- -TIT I 232 South Reach Street' .
Methodist church ___ ._ :
The was openedfor I
t new act.The I IK>> r" rnetlons and from the unnaturaliipppttrnwv l .

divine services Sunday evening with |I la usual routine business of the most tasteful, artistic and elicited I \V. C. Smith, whose recommendationto I of same knew that there :........+.++++.+..+...+...*..*....*..*.+....N.N... E
exclamations of from all the
: pleasure
service. I Board was transacted and the year's
song I ffftal board was all that the mostt'Xlu.tinl be postmaster! at Daytona WAS sent atssorregreat fault with my kidneys.

.: Mr. and Mrs. A. Baker gave a recepr -, work closed up by the old Board, after could ask. to Congress by the President Monday, I had lined OHM |lout of pnnn'rt Kidney

erg tion in honor of the newly married which they adjourcd until Tuesday morn- ; is a Georgian by birth tuning cone to' fills .prn-uif.1. from Iliuikiim' driiu htoie
The Prince
Mrs. B. E. Fridays I Ii Ing, at which time the new members of To say that George was .,..1 that HitiiicHiit rebe\e, I
couple Mr. and Lyon, Florida in 1S96.He "ta" to rue. FOR A NEWTUXEDO
evening and Mrs. J. H. Weiss gave a, the Board, Messrs. E. M. Wool wine and fully equal to the demands of the occa- has been in the postal service mil pi.itI: to nit,n".1] torch. an effec-
sion would be faint for the Messrs.
farewell dinner<< to Miss May Milburn I V. W. Gould, presented their credentialsand and Mesdames praise since 1891, first in the railway mail and tier |I.rf'pllratioll.| 3 Get t Yo
Hilyard and Holroyd,
Saturday evening. Miss May left Sunday the new Board was organized by the decorations, the menu, the service, since in postoffices! Prrxious: to romin IW.ile by all dealers Price oO cents. U r -OR- -

; t afternoon to resume her school duties electing Bert Fish George F.named Crouch chairman. for the Sf'tting-e\'t'ry essential, every little to Daytona in October 1
at St. Augustine. was as attorney in the Palm Beach for the United States.Itemember .
two years or more agents SPRING SUIT
I detail was looked after and all went
the Board for the j
ensuing two years. office he has had the in the name-Doan's-and :
I Mr. and Mrs. Lane and Vr.' and Mrs. as a marriage 1x 11. so exjKrh'm-e
Board adjourned to meet Monday merry ORDER IN .
take other. --
Wilmarth have arrived from Brooklyn tourist business to lit him for itlicientsen no
February 1, 1900.) As a sort of resume: the evening was
I and secured rooms with T. G. Smith. ideal, a full moon, a bracing atmosphere 'ice.
Smith, who will assist: him in the
ladies of the Aid of the ladies in force
The Society ; out ; a generous
r Methodist church are serving tea every A BRAND NEW I II DEAL sprinkling of men in evening garb; the office this winter, halO had: several years : MUNICIPAL ELECTION.; and

I Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.J. club colors, !green: and yellow predomi- experience and will add to the strengthof I, li. n. Seaman, Mayor of the City of Monday Tuesday

L. Patillo and will continue them during nated, "Palmetto Club" artistically the force.L. Daytona, Fla, do twl't'b.lI. the reiru-
q I J. Cowan, chief {clerk ha been in lar annual election to be held at the City
afford music
I the reason. These little teas lettered overlooking banquet hall; IIl\lInll the
tt'nth10111) day uf February

the local office for several and his
t.bp.ladies a pleasant social afternoon, as 11:11:11 by the Prince George Orchestra; toasts : years lH!'1I9, at which election the qualified January 11th and 12th,

'well as adding to the finances. numerous and witty, the toastmistressalert efficiency is attested by his regular pro- I of the City will cast their

Chairman of County Commissioners gracious and in happy command motions. ballots, for the. election of the following

Fou RENT-Seven-room furnished Appoints Heads of Various verjbody<< happy. \V A. Itoxby, the accommodating general orf its't'I"Mayor.: f.>r one Tear; We will l make the largest display of ;.1,t
delivery clerk, is on his second
cottage, including piano and sewing MENU: One I'lerk, for one year;
machine. Bath, ele 'trie lights Standing Committees.The season in that position and us making One As:estor! for one year; Woolens ever shown in Daytona. '
I (The literary quotations, intended as good with the public. One Col'it-tor, for one year:
ftC.21:\ N. Reach street, fifth house retiring board of County Commissioners : intellectual pabulum are omitted.) One Treasurer, 'or one year; t
south of First nv nue. tf went out Monday with the ex- C. J. Massing is in his firtt season a+ Three MtmtTt< of the t'lty Coun 'il, fur
t w GrapefruitChicken dispatching clerk and his record so far two ((2)) years: k
piring day and the new board assumed
Soup a la Prince George One Member of the City "Council for .
shows that he is: careful and painstaking. = M. B. AULTMAN ==
Palmetto Club's Noble Work. the reins of government Tuesday. Olives! CeleryBroiled one (1) year, to till the unexpirvd term
C!. W. Fisher, of Deljind, is chairman Spanish Mackerel, Tarton SauceFiligree Henry Williams, the stamp clerk, i i" of ';t'tJ. I II L lurk resigned;

The ladies of the Palmetto Club have of the new body. The chairman made Potatoes also in his first! season but from indies One memlier the City Council, for L 3

enlisted in campaign against the throwIng the following appointments of standing tions his work will be satisfactory bothto on.* (It i year to fill the unexpired term BEACH STRECT. PHONE 2. '
Roast Turkey, Cranberry Sauce
} of waste paper, fruit skins, peanut committees;, the public and to the er\ice. of K L Shear, resigned.On :
Queen Fritters School friiKtee, for one ((1)) We
year give votes in the ]Bu -h-S.IITtrd Piano Contest.
hulls: etc., upon the streets of Daytona, Finance-S. B. Owens, chairman; J. Mashed Potatoes Green Peas: ,Asparagus: : Taken as a whole the force looks: to to till tlw uni>xi>lred t'rlllf U. H. Ludu -

clean alley<< ways, offensive billboards! 0 Cade. W. I). Bradshaw. Punch la be able and we bespeak for the public a u \ w ho filed to .

unsanitary markets, etc., and to arouse Building and Poor Ilou e--K. I). Waldorf a Hoyale most satisfactory service under the new fiiih election John L Lynch, J. M. +.....N.N.1....OHN o0.e c.o. MNO 0t1t0.1NNII ...
Salad Carton and W. H. t'hittenden: shall fret
public sentiment along these lines has,
Brooke, chairman; J. G. Cade, G. W. Trifle a la Palmetto Club management. H. Insiectors| and I). I>. HO t'rl4sh&l1
at a considerable expense to the Fisher. ------- act asrlt-ik.

engaged Rev. Caro ine Bartlett dUb'1 The new board held the first session Ice CreeraMaccaroous 'I'nion meeting services Pone n Lady Fingers areleing
of Kalamazoo. Mich., a most noted but did nothing of especial interest. prayer the City of D.ivtona., and) in pursuanceof
Candies Salted Xuts I held by the Congregational, n ''of the Citv Council of
Improvement worker, to give a free stereopticon -
The E. L. Smith who
new sheriff Cafe Xoir I I'aptist' and Methodist rhunlie said Citt.: pa-'fM-d ecmlY 88. I'.MtS.

lecture at the armory on January happens to be a Da'tonianas on hand TOASTS: The meeting last night was at the This :1\Hb\ dad of lVceml>r, 1K! '.
14 at 8 p. m.. and took the oath to conduct attest U. B. SutMiv: i
faithfully Toastmistress, Baptist church, tonight it will : will deliver gasoline without
Let citizen of Mayor Da\. ton*.
public spirited this of the
every important arm body politic.Sheriff
Mrs. M. IV Cantillon Stillman : be at the Methodist and tomorrow A. k"!'. PoTTfcK; ,
Daytona, interested as he is in the rap 1 J. 11. Turner retires after long Club Women, Mrs. Ida L. Niver night at the Congregational." (1"\1.1: | City Clerk i f for

idly increasing municipality, be readyto and faithful service. The reporter calledat Club Husbands, Dr. Joseph P. Each any charge delivery at

do his part in assisting to bring about his office but Mr. Turner was out.

the civic impro emcnts that are now On his desk were obst-reed a lax of fragrant Club Daughter, Miss Huger TEFsstotJisc I i point in Daytona SeaI
Absent Members, any
being agitated.; high-quality cigars and a sealed 0 ; ,
package of unknown contents, thee Mrs. Eleanor E. T. Weaver ,

m.eAt, free the Armory stereoptiron, Jan. 14th lecture,8:00: on p. friends doubtless who being appreciate tokens the of esteem faithfulness from laughter. : Let u* Mr.Laugh!Galen: U. Seaman I''; Just as'They r I breeze, Daytona Beach, Or-

of his
long t't'ni'l'
Civic Improvement. Local views a Mr. Turner's public friends over this way will The Gentlemen, Our Guests, : mond or Port Orange. Quality

feature. :33-2t? be glad to learn that he has taken a Mrs. C. H. Kaynor Grow ,13Rr+ro .

beach cottage and he and family will i. Response. Asa Payne t

come over for a protracted stay on the Our Tourists, Mrs. May StewartTo The Finest Canned Goods in the U and quantity guaranteed.

1 3uast. Silence Mrs Thomas White 40 VARIETIES STYLES IN TIN&QLAtS i
[ ORMONP ) To the Ladies. A. B. Major FosterTo Call Oilic-e Phone 128

the Banquet of 1KW,
FRUITS Right off the Trees i Mills Transfer 77
I Mr. S. D Gammell
OR MOND, Jan. 7Mr. and Mrs. [CHOLLY HILL )
Daytona the Beautiful, Its People the Wn rehouse
I : (GO.(
Frank Colby attended divine service at Best, Mrs. Edward H. Crooker I

f r the Baptist church in Daytona on Sunday VEGETABLES Fresh from the Farm : Kerosene Oil Delivered by Tank Wagon. f
morning. HOLLY hiLI.. Jan. 7.-Mrs. Daren- The toast offered! by Mrs. Weaver was I

port and Alvin arrived read Mrs Susie Shaw.A .
son Saturdayand by I f
f; The ladies of the V. I. A. gave an invitation Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils. I.
comfortably settled In their greeting from Mrs. Nancy Ellen Arnold -
r to the gentlemen to U- present FISH from the Water.
.- pretty bungalow. Miss Blanche Duven- was read by Mrs. Harriet Gardiner. I
at their rooms on Friday evening last, I>ort and friends Irt. Keelcr and on, There were other messages read from .0...4.....4.N....4.4.e0.4.e...
[p. where a very pleasant entertainment
are expected this week. far-away members.Not I
f' wa provided. The piano solos by Miss
After a month's vacation spent at the least of the pleasant featuresof FINEST CANNED IN THE \VORI.I5.
Ethel Francis, Miss Bessie Sawyer and .
Mrs. Week's, George Fitzgerald lift on the evening was the inspiring mu>ic '' OUR FOUR CARDINAL PRINCIPLES-I 1
Miss Shaw well rendered
Margaret were :
J. Monday for Baltimore.New which enlivened the banquetters at intervals I'
and highly appreciated by all present as
Year's day party of friends throughout the evening by the
was also the violin duet by Master Allen
made the trip up the Tomoka on thelaunch orchestra composed of Mrs. Alice G.
L Shaw and Miss Margaret Shaw. Miss I FOR SALE BY ABSOLUTE SAFEIY in .wi J
Eleanor They were fortunate SKinglcr| Harry Brigham and C. H. i.y
Emma Griffin
t- one of our winter tourists -
enough to Sloe several 'gators. One largeone Wilson.
f. gave a fine ,selection "The Spire of
no doubt feeling bashful at being The banquet of 1909 will go down in I J. G. LYMAN.
L St. Michael, showing great talent as an
looked at by several pairs of ryes, slid club history as one of the most brilliantand 'I Capital $1OOXX(
f elocutionist. A fine collation was then 'I.
into the water as slowly and gratefully enjoyable of the many charming.
. r-. s"n'ed.const"ting of all good things!: such Surplus -
as his size would permit. There is no banquets yet given.Building; $250,000

ai the ladies of Ormond know how to need for mock turtle as they saw __ I Fine Leather Seat
soup _
l provide. Hev G A. Waldron officiatedas $i Stockholders Liability $1111))
countless numbers (If the real article. : tActual _
toast master. The toasts for the
evening : "Women in the Church Mr. Bronson. seventh day adventist, Lots For Sale. Chair security to depositors ( (
were Room $450,000
r preached in the school house Sundayand I ollep for sale Iota 2 and 3, blockJ Dining .
responded to by Dr. lluutin toa of ULrt
delivered a sermon which delightedhis :\ Coleman's addition
1 to Daytona.
Springfield. Mass.; "Women in Politics, hearers. n,.irt-Jut; 11 d. M i i ,..,'" r :fU panel tick: blade of quarter-sawed NOTE-: Tins Bank is! Number One fn the "Honor Roll": of
i by Macon Thornton, was well received; These are among the moat desirable w _J akxiiSi. t "!.' .1'i f f.n", ,i. bu''1 u/rnlbtud.: Cram leather seat
Mrs F. K. Morris l left b. tray '. ,,, '. ..r.hK1: bicausenl
Tuesday for II x : c J.: r its it possible only National
"Women in the Club. John Adams Banks in Florida mitt No.
r. by vacant lots left on Ridgewoodavenue. M : ii'nit :': !" : ;j ':ur:4 fat. :itn's for chairs turning 1ST in the whole
Imey"I much appreciated "Womanin Canada after a two months \'litith "It ,'".a; 's f ." ,. I. i :; ; : her father and brother, W. B. and W A fine location for a nice dtfdcr'a prtuit ...U >vil: direct: ti> you wholesale. United States, among over Msty eight hundred National
11. B. I'
BuMuebs Shaw Woman in
; You run no clianci,fur n; five your moavy back if every chair h not
11 the Home," James Carncll; "Woman of If. Heath. I home. For prices! address tf I II cxiclly a*we rci r-. -t \.1.>.tl1c.t least one dollar In three hanks .
J !;, Ormond," Prof. C. E. Orth. One happy Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Gore, of Cincinnati I Guy S. Brown, Central ake, 1ich. anj porc'i.s t"Kt,.cl.n.:>.r: 5.l1.Iowa.I3.b'ML S. u.C. :C"' rs.l.for-:r-d di inz-m every m.0':1:parlor<1' axe,.bid-room from: the

visited their old' friends, Geo. most eUint: Ij t'upla':u t. Ra: 1o.a'Jslll' wovJ. :?JOdJIacot\ ,')k5.1tft1.1 .
r episode of the evening was the ... CONSERVATISMProven -
Harris and r _CMJ.eN fortrr li-i. \iin4l..t: 3ti'( jnw t I ul_rtirUm\ tnt Hat _.
family. Mrs. Gere is old .. .
Mr. and Mrs. James Carnell, who rer Ye. t-IIiyatIlatea.erna, igrust r at .ra. TI:nL dnroue y school friend uf HCTJ dins > u tay. (* Mrs. A. H. Carter's
I t r friends cehcd the upon congratulations the thirtieth anniversary their many t>f they had not met for many years. and It Notice to Toorists FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORY, Brlin..nd: Monro. St.. J kiII., Fla. by our suor 's< and our rciiit.ilT:

; their marriage. was great pleasure to all to renew the SQUARE DEALING
Mrs. Carleton and Mrs. Prescott, old friendship. I --- .
Our energetic 8tore-ketr| A V. Put- .
.' 11 mother and aunt of G. A Carleton.have ten, has been suffering! this week from I F yon want the very best Oranges M0IETHAN A (MIER OFA CENTURY Ask our patrksns.

arrived. They were here two winters two carbuncles. Carl Wethenl 1 has I apply to Point Grove and the Iled-
ago and are glad to get back to the sun- # 11e have been'fiT\I ti c. COURTEOUS TRFATMENTOpen
in ,
delivering good land Indiar. River Orange, the best x
ny South. .1 McCoy Brothers are installing the engine needs of MatK'iner users.We .
in the State situated 11 miles south
,1 George" Moore (is about to open up the. in their new boat, the Constitution, Urge t an armunt with im and vt Mill ,ru i*nstrafe it.
the and stof.vPORTABLE of
Granada hotel. Glad to see its open which was successfully launched last Daytona on

doors again. .. week. New Smyrna road. A"oSrATIO" gyENctf1E ,pout."' -

Frank Colby ha a lemon tree (the I ERSSahl.lls, oilWoodltYokiw( MatAiaer FIRST NATIONAL : ANK ,

ponderosa) which, he set in a tub one Two well furnished cottages for PRICESODERATE.. ". $q,... of 0.1\ KiwtSBelt'.w J f1iCS.;
it Qk! < 11A'.TE v ce I
year ago and which is now in full rent six rooms, bath. hot and cold w..TE ( xu
lie will be pleased to show it to water, electric lights, fireplace. FERD mm, mmim. t i BY C 7.y'r ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

our tourists as it is quite a bloom.j Orange Are., near Ridgewood. R. ,

this time of year. J. U&lby. Bond Lumber Co. tf I Report of Seabreeze High School. 1 f'ORnTK: $1 ATLANTA OA! II

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Oren Hinsky has returned to Hon. Chas. Dougherty was in NN1N.NNNN.NNN.11.NN.NNNN..NNN.....1 rJOE : '

Pinehurst to attend Pinehurst Semi- Daytona Tuesday.

1 nary his ,home after spending on South the' holidays RidW'woodavenue. at piano Adolph tuner M., arrived Jaehde", Saturday the Leesburg and i Seabreeze and Daytona Beach i I OSBORNE ,

will remain in Daytona about a : MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor. tNe ,

Turkey dinner every Sunday at month.

The Howard. tf ...oe4e4.. .. .. .. .........-.- ... .- .-N.. .. N.. ..... .. .. /. NN.. N..NNN... ... ...NN
tPictures framed to order atBarnes'
SEABREEZE, Jan. 5.-Mr. and Mrs.A. DAYTONA BEACH, Jan. 5-Mr. and
D. while out shooting Novelty Store. New mould-
Maley I. Miller and little son returned Sun- Mrs Fix, tourists who have been' occu-
(> the next issue of the Gazelte New Year's day bagged eighteen or ing just received.A. the Sanitary Plumbing Dealing 800
where beach
day from Eustis, they spent pying a cottage for several weeks,
News X 1908( will have Mrs. Maley
nineteen accom-
11I31', quail. ,
E. Dugas, who has been visiting holidays with Col. Miller and family. were summoned by a telegram announcing
and We it has him the hunt but did
mine goue. are sure panied on no Theo. Sengstak and family, at They were accompanied home by a the serious illness of Mr. Fix father

been the! must satisfactory in a business shooting. Daytona Beach, departed Monday friend, Mrs. E. E. Calson, of liddlt"bor-I and left yesterday afternoon on their return -
in the history of
way Daytona. ecp to-date moulding for room afternoon. I ough, Ky., who will spend! the season to Indiana. Ventilating.
Yes, we hare hadonr share and wish '
decoration at Barnes' Novelty Store. i with them. Monday's arrivals at the Seaside Inn
you all a Merry Xmas and a prosperous ilills Lunch is now open. J. S.
( Miss: Minnie Kelly has Purchasedbkwk were: Montgomery, wife and twosons

New Year. Very truly yours, Miss Besse Pitcher, who has beenat Mr{ and Mrs Oeo Couroveii-ier :21 I, bounded by Jessamine boulevard on and brother, II. P. Montgomery
!.. II. ROUE & ('u., The Jewelers. home with her parents, Mr. and and wife of .
the North
arrived Tuesday night from Newark the South and University on Kentacky.E. Complete Gas Plants Installed.

Frank Roxby arrived home Saturday Mrs. I.. D. Pitcher, on Orange I N J. and are guests of the Palmetto Palmetto and Pinewood avenues Katand : 1 Rector has accepted a position

night from DemorestCa where avenueHiring the holidays, returned -I House far the winter as usual. \\ej-t. It is Miss! Kelly's plan, in with th Bunch grocery for the season.

he has been a student at Piedmont to DeLand Monday. he course of the next year perhaps<< to Mr. and Mrs. Austin have rooms atIhe Plumbing and eating Supplies.

College S\LE Three show and A garage, with rooms overhead, is I I build a dining hall, culinary and l laun- Bishop house on Seabreeze avenue,

cFoR Barnes cases Novelty being erected in the rear of the dry department in the center of the mt'antime. the foundation work on their Brass and Galv. Pipe and Fittings.
14-foot counter at
one ,
Miss Lillian Bingham who has Hums residence] at the corner of block. foreumntunityuse. Tosurround home on the corner of Palmetto andSeabreeze i

been at home ..Iurin'the holidays}; tore. Palmetto and Cellar street
avenue this with a pInk, and build neat and arUtic avenues is going forward.Mr. .
left Monday for l.'ollins: \ College., Jones who is visitingher and Mrs. Lablin of
Mrs. George :: bungalows and cottages dotted and children,

Winter Park. aunt, Mrs. R. H. McDonald, t-n Uaktry Patronize, S. Beach The St., opposite Stiling yacht City here and there on the grounds, so that Canton, Ohio, have taken the Beardsley c I Fairbanksors.e\ Engines & Pumps.

.ans-J 1 Cottage, made a visit to New renters can have tbeconvt'menre.if they cottageIdlewild, for the season.
geed resu.Hanking club Our goods are strictly homemade
The Dr igfjat. Fmrna Monday. Mrs. Jones will and fresh every d.l;. )'. tf so choose, cif a common dining room, G. II. Holland's boat, the Wide- Niagara Hydraulic Rams.
leave for her home at Dania Wed kitchen and luundrv The intention ito Awake, which has: been on the ways for

Sheriff.I.R Turner was in the city nesday. Adam Schantz: and family arrived make everything us beautiful as art the past: three months, was launched I Ireland Wrenches.
from OeLani] Monday for the last Wednesday from Dayton, Ohio, and tfetic" land.
time in his (" capacity a. sheriff Automobile tires and inner tubes are located for the winter in one of culture can. Miss Kelly tfoea not expect for the winter work.

of the county. vulcanized at Oliver's garage the Browu cottages on Strondavenue. to accomplish all this in a vcar's time, Mr.'and Mrs. Jordan and friend, Mr. ;

but she! does to lay the foundation lary, prominent hotel people of San-
Mrs W. II Parker, of Kingston expect
Dr. Hurt llohannon. who has
on and for this.i ideal I. ford. Maine, have taken the west JOE OSBORNE
left afternoon' for Dania to more apartment The Plumber
!been visiting his (brother, Dr ('. C. Sunday Mrs W. S. 811131 he, e>If Chicago i
Mr. Parker who proceeded her Mr. and Mrs C. B togg. "ho had the in the Each cottage on the corner
join ,
lkli.innon. left Monday for home at arrived W t'dnesdaallll for a timetrill it
to that place by about a week or tenda8. good fortune of a ten dajs'ojage with of'aIlCy street and Seabren-ze avenue.
St. Louis Mo. he with her friends Mrs C. J II[
Mr. Parker will in Madam Calve the pant Miinnur (caller l Mrs. E. A. Freeman entertained her
engage Abbott and daughter, Mrs I B A. Phone 96. 11 Avenue. '
cSee the !5 and] 10 cent bargain tomato culture at Dania. on her at The CLirrndon! and entertained French and painting class at her home I Orange J
[ Bay street.JColJ
counter at Barneti Novelty Store. I Hines; on her at luncheon, and in nn auto drive Saturday afternoon Some new literaryames

$Dr. Houghton, dentist, west end her idea of the natural charm Mias Grace Burdick
weather for the races Get gave: some : were played, ill0 :.OiIW) i
(Orville and Billy Peters, lr.J Goo 3'. U
block :
South Bridge phone of those Carriage Robes at It. S.lalt.y'8 and beauty of this pUce Madam Calve winning! first prize but all present capturing -
Flame and a school hum, Justice I interested all she saw and greatlyenjoyed some memento of the 1, left yesterday noon for the I School is in session again after and be happy. :Vxxl\v< wa in pretty very r. _
Prof. her drive. Inter, in a (personal pleasant occasion. The conversationwas An Elegantly Appointed Small Hotel Two Blocks from Depot.
attend school. the vacation. Wright
north to holiday school in Mr. and Mrs II J. Bridmt'r and interview with Manager C. .F liurgnuin carried on in French. Some stories i STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHTS, LAnGE VERANDAS, LAWN

'Room and board for two men inprivate reports the Several huge scholars splendid have daughters, Virginia and Dorothy, of she made a tentative engagement to wire read, and dainty refreshments AND SHADE THEE8.I .

family. P. 0. Box :H.I 1 5 Ia shape.entered, making new the enrollment the Pittsburg, Pa, are located on North sing at the ilmans Opera (louse Mirth served. The young ladies enjoying the THE ISLINGTON I yl

of the school.JJllhode Beach street, for the winter in the oth, on her return from 111:101and: afternoon were: MISM Swartz, Clare {
"Miss Elizabeth Kaiser of Whites- largest in the history I
J. W. Fulglum building Nassau, the detail IIf whit h will be arranged i and Jessie Tomlinson, Ethel Strollers I MR J. H. PARKINSON, PROPRIETOR.

and born,will N. spend Y., arrived the winter last Saturday with her : Island Eggs, in settings Mr. anti Mrs( Kennedy, of Atlantic with her nunaI'r. nd Grace Burdick. Miss Ina Allowaywas !!| 18 South Ridgewood Ave., Daytona, Florida.

I 13: or by 100. W. J. Ihumvc. 32-3: Major lu! >M'H! dangerously ill at the guest of the afternoon. I
sister, Mrs. II. H. Lesesne. City, N. J., and Mr. and Mrs. MeUreger SeaLnllewa 1oe..O.t....0 0 i.0li/Ha OlKtai+tlN.N..OS... ...... ?
anoIt. of New York City, are located hie home in North :- n.\YTO A BEACH, Jan. G.-J. S. .
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Reese arrived *Pj for sale, nearly new. tf J. for the season at J. W. Fulg- taken ill some time during Sunday night Montgomery, wife and two son, and ..++.....+++.+..........+.+...+...+.+..+++++....+....

Monday from Linden, ]Iml., and OKM.; ham's, on North Beach street hut Ins condition was 1I0t di-e'overt'll Until brother, II. P. Montgomery and wife, i
their J. W. and L. O. Monday morning, by his sister i Mrs Go to
joined ,
sons W. R. Frem of Red Bank, N. J., prominent people of Georgetown, h"t''tl'rdy )'.,
Reese Second Mr. and Mrs. Henry Piepgras: ol Baker, who found him unconscious Dr
on avenue. who is attending Stetson University, \ leased for the season, the II.
Orange avenue, left Tuesday morning Eseh was called, but gave little hope of
fSu ED AT L*";;T-The Adam Schantz came up from New Smyrna, wherehe for a visit to Palatka and Cres- his recovery at a late hour last night. C Buck land homeon Valley street. J. i CONRAD GROCERY CO. !

Plant has just received a full supply i is sending the holidays with relatives cent City, including a trip up the C. Butler, real estate man, transacted
SEABREEZE, Jan. C-The town he business. J. C. Butler also closed
of incandescent lamps.Mr. and was the guest of Raymond Ocklawaha river to Silver Springs. adrat .
Ohl, on S. Beach street, over council met in regular session Monday yesterday in which E. E. Austin, of
r and Mrs. B. K. More I armed Sunday. FoR RENT--Furnished cottage on vening. Report of tax collector wa.* ort Fairlield, Me., purchased of Billie i for your Pet; (Cream) Milk[ (G; small cans for 25c, i t

Sunday from Maine and are locatedat Ridgewood, reasonable rent by year received and Med. Report of street Bacgett, lot 4, block 8, on South Valley to go on yourToasted .

the Gables. Mr. Moore is a photographer FetR RENT OR Sat-Furnished Enquire Mrs.I Hro\\er, southeast committee finiohin//: Pinewood) avenue trcet. Consideration, 1100. Mr. f

and he and M *s. Moore cottage, 107 Orange avenue, L. D. corner Loomis and Palmetto.Mrs. was read and tiled. Bids on shelling Austin has only rt''entlyarrh'ed here, + Corn Flakes, Post Toasties i i -

spent| last season here. Pitcher, next door east. tf streets were read and on motion A. SRandall's hut he has taken notice to such fleet as *

I W. E. Blodgett returned bid of IWJ! cents per cubic to purchase two lots in good localities Puffed Rice, Wheat Berries or !

l Seed B..ansI'r'sl. For fifteen reasons the same congenial from Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon Moved and carriedthat of which he i is
yard was aecepted "none lining a cottage!
,lr r Ilanlins, The ()rnggi t. ; party has been meeting at to which point she had accompanied ', street committee have short streets eree.te-el *> Triscuit, all at lOc 1 each.S. i ii

Miss Pearle Smith, bookkeeper I the peninsular home of Capt. and Miss Blodgett, who had shelled lirst. Moved and earned that Miss Edna Place arrives from South
expert i \1. Biscuit and Quaker Oatmeal 2 for 25c. i
I .
Mrs Chas. A. Young once a week been spending the holidays at }home ."
and stenographer, has just the marshal's salary b- increased to $ >.oI'r lie'nd. Ind., tomorrow and will spend

arrived at the Troy (House: from Indianapolis I laud indulging in six-handed euchre. Adolph M ,Jaeh e, the" piano tun month during the season. Moved he-winter with Mr. and Mrs. C. }'. Sticker : Cream of Wheat, Knlston Breakfast Food or i

Ind. Miss Smith has The personnel of the party is Mr. er, will be in Daytona durinir Jan : and carried to re ue-l report from treasurer at the "Coquina cottage, on Sea- : Petit John at 15c each.
I and Mrs J. I). Robertson. Mrs' Jas. :
taken a position as private secretary Orders for tuning be >rerze avenue
i i f with George II. Munroe. II Cook, Mrs. Marsh, Capt. and uar left}at Tin: SriLivm. may tf. Major Russell's many friends will l lit' Mr. and Mrs. B. Jones are among the : Kumford Baking Powder, 1 pound can 25c. :

I Mrs Chas. A. Young. glad to I learn that he has rallied in a recent arrivals from Astabula Ohio, andre

6FOR RENT-Furnished cottage Miss Adrienne A. Porcher, who most unexpt.t'ttd3Y from yester'day's ., located. in the E.: E. Johnson apartment i The Conrad Grocery Company i
Dr. P. R, Bennett tf For sale or rent, unfurnished the of Thee tak and ; .
was guest Seng illness and that the doe tor and fainiUare house, Seabreeze:::: avenue.C. .

Mrs. Margaret Smith, of Fort cottage on Ivy lane, new. Easy family, of Daytona Beach during' quite hopeful of hw recov' -ry. The E. Harvey has the contract to clear : E. T. Conrad l Go's old stand s
Estate: Co.
Conrad Real
tf s
Plain, N. Y., who is Extending the terms. the holidays, left Monday for Washington doctor says he has a wonderful eonsti- and grade Ttios. White's ocean front lot, ...............................................NNI ...
j. Rev. Herman D. C., where she is attend tutIon for one of his j'ear1.! !situated on Grandview avenue Mr.
winter at San Mateo, tame ocrMonday Kev D. II. flutter and -
ing school. John rifer and wife of Toledo, Ohio, Wtoile contemplates building, and plans .
visit with Mr. and
for a G. Porter, district superintendent -
Mrs. F. D. Spring, on ivy Lane. are attending the St. Johns cBest value in town. Cheap six- are here for the winter and have taken art'llt'lDg made by S, II. Cove, but no
cousin f Mrs.Soring. the M. K : live' one of the apartments in the Badger ontract has been "-t. The location fortightly si iss. ijD..p@f s. AL I
Mrs. Faint is a <> (liver: Conference of room cottage furnished ready to 11..B I
which, home. on I'mcwood avenue a residence is extra fine. !!
? I Church at Miami, opened in; bath, laundry, hot and coldwater }
Miss who
Thursday morning and closes Sunday cement basement. Ask any Mr. Kerr's daughter Clitie Mr and Mrs. Ainsworth, who have
+Collars 2 cents all style of shirts I of has ''I'UI spending( th holidays with her spent; the fore part e>f the season at the
night. Bishop Cranston, real estate P. It Bennett.
10) cents, with work left and called + Washington: D. C., presides over the agent. duty father, returned yesterday to eljind to :"HU.-ule Inn, expect| to formally take i d. SCHNTIDLR..N[ \. D 1 I Ii. Titzgerald & Gates

for at Daytona team: Lnundry. tf I conference. Mrs. Porter and little take up her studies at Ste'tx>n.L pO SM ssion of their recently purchased !

I Rev Dr. Roy Howe went to Jacksonville /. Burdick having a irnunt front .oineon the beautiful Halifax, Thurs- Physician and Surgeon. Attorneys at Law I
Miss Jessie Allen.ho was in son left Wednesday to join
Wednesday afternoon to meetand walk laid along with the other improvements North Ridgewood1'hune I
: Spe-eial Attention to Examining and <
the winter with Porter, at Miami. .by.Jr.
Daytoua to spend| I 1 return with his mother. Mrs and addition being made at lit and Mrs, Walter Clark bade farewell Land Titles.
Dr. P. R. Bennett Uidgewoodavenue I Daytona, Honda. Perfecting
on ', cllave YOU seen the artistic tableat Sarah M. Howe, who will spend the cottage home to their friends and neighbors yes 1.93 .
has been called" home to Office hours: 10 to 12: a.m.,
R. S. Male'a? Japanese ware, winter with him on Hid ewollIl ave Miss L. Ott i< having the Iktscmuit of eidiy, and left on the afternoon train Conrad Block DAYTONA FLA.
Ohio ) the serious illness 6tosp.m.
Findlay, by : Wedgwood. Glass, and no end of nue. Mrs Howe is:: from Battle her pretty new lieime improved by a cenient >- for Jacksonville, where, as Mr Clark expressed S I
of her mother. Miss Allen left }
on : '.,.
SOeodw Creek Mich. floor. it, "eve'r>'lxxly has to go to start ( I' I..lldb Bert FilII
the afternoon train Monday. / pieces. '. I I Di{. J. I 1.. RAWLINGSPhysician I II
11 Bueklind
Mr. and Mrs. ( himgnuted nywhere. They may spend sometime

Mis Florence Cook left Wednesday For Rent or Sale.-Two modern Mr and Mrs I.. O. Porter, of their cottage have taken apartments in the interior of the State before I Ii I LANDIS: & PISH

) afternoon for Tallahassee: where furnished houses on Bay street, near Blue Mound, Kansas, are visiting for the sea-son at Mrs W..1.itag- Going North. They hold out the hope I 1 & Surgeon. Attorneys at Law
desirable their son, Rev Herman 0 Potter Cf tt'f home on alley street. that will next winter the
she will take a special course in the Beath. Southern exposure, a they spend on Practicing la all State and Federal

Florida Female Seminary T E location $3TrO each. AddressJ. and family, on Looiuis:: avenue Mr. SEABREEZE, Jan. 7.- The Ladies'Sewing Htnnsula as tourists. Their many i Office or."olusia avenue first door ; (rn e'ourt t"lu..rulallf'ullon.. ('Ivliorl'rftnlnalbuIne..glyi Special .
Fitzgerald accompanied her expecting E.: Rush, 0.-ab, Fla or any real Porter has purchased property at Circle met Wedne'>d iy afternoon riendsvi>h them God speed, and a safe west of Hankins Pharmacy. perfecting title. I
and is
Port Orange preparing to OsLand Klorlda.
to return Friday or Saturday. estate agent. Daytona Fla. tf at the Glenwood.! Mrs. A. B. Clark \>a:* return,
build a residence thereon. Miss. C. Moore, of Baltimore, Mil., I --- --
hostess of the afternoonHarry
pleasant and M. V. Young, c>f Frankfort, lud, I E. L. STEWART IsaeecASteart KgforJ ElySTCWAIfT
999999999999999999999999999999 +9999999999999 *LlviBFou S.ILE-My I time is ISO C. Uilsonis duly installed: as arrived at the Seaside Inn yesterday '
fully occupied with my Deland business Justieeof the Peasof thedistrut and Phvsician I and Surgeon II
1>)>.\YTUX.BEACH, Jan. 7 -The
cotes It Stood Thursday Evening. I that I desire] to hell my livery is holding forth. at h.s ollue in the 'mehurst i is well advertised in a neatnew Special attention to diseases the Lawyers

business at Seabreeze The business InoitOIl: I block.J. Eye, Ear Throat and Nose Olhee
wnie h Mr. Freeman has placedt
consists of what is known as \V Err'gJt'r.ho:: newer does thingsby sign and residence Magnolia uvenne :and; Office next door to Bank Building, I

1M\"ON.\ the "Haigh Stable." Address W. halves, has greatly ini|.rovd his pier the intersection of Se-abre-eze avenue door west of P O telephone : lh.Land, Florida

I ';. l SO-foot tf'n-ion.' built new ln.;it and Peiiinsula Drive- t bounty a ni to II p. m. .____ __
82!,360 C. Cannons, Del.antl'Ia. : -t by an ex a .
Daytona High School : Mrs Reed, Miss Freeman, Miss \\ -- --- -- _.- --

Halifax Rifles. 550.305 : Mr. and Mrs. John H. Miller and house- for and hoisting installed the I a boat mechanical out of the I appliance water field and others, making up a party ofutnty. G. A. KLOCK i l LlS I INSURED:( I

I Order Eastern Star. 397,005 attended the De Armond con- Abstrart.lnvt"ftment
I Mrs. Eva Williams, of Pittsburg. arrived when not in UseThe I Volusin County
78.560 the winter cent at the Baptist:: church Tue'.da> Physician and Surijeon ;,
Miss Maggie Morgan : Wednesday to spend! pretty Bianeln home, on Hahfexavenue : and Title Insurance Company.

Miss Jean Frances Conrad 72.370 : with Mr and Mrs. F. i D. Spring, is being furthu illll'ro\'I..1 by the veiling I Special attentionglyen10' l Vbstraeti furnl.hnl and tltleiptrfeetl
Miller Rtv C. E. Parsons left yesterday evening the Kyeand: Pitting of Ola4se.- eimrcovrrdlolwrlutliliiK ,-> Map! rials and Blue Print ..upI -1
40,165 on Ivy Lane. Mr. and Mrs addition of a westx>rch withan K'!:igon hoursto Dll.-d Itrrlri"bFr.>.;l'.,,,,>r laiodU
Parsonage More e fflrn 1 I
Baptist attend the M. E. Confereuccnow
: several seasons in Daytona A of the to N1";" BIK! Tre. eippo.lle VoIu.U .'u.
hanpt'nL appreelation
growing '
i m.
22,315 : \a. m. t tu tIJII p. in. to H.wtp HoukIwl.aied,11*.
Colored Industrial School in the but list winter they e.f ..ut. in scission at Miami I
: past desirability and 'lIjO'IIII'Jlt mllre I U.YTtIS.n. \ I
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12,600 Mrs.: Dauber, a portrait painter, arrived n -
Miss and California I
Mary varied the routine went to of-door-life here suggests ge'n *re>ure'h
Miss McCann 100OL'TSIIH1 : room. I from Brooklyn and has taken i M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. n.I 1)I 1). & C. 1'-\ KOGl'KSCivil ( -
ooni9 c>n Ocean avenue

OP D.\\'TON.\ I: Mrs. M. M Ijongdon, and son, Mrs yesterday Percy Stevens afternoon arrived and joinetlhe from Atlanta The Misses Cannons and Mary Allen, lomcopathic I PhysicianNo I l Engineers: ,

Wilman's Opera House 100,905 t Francis, and Mrs F. (i. ngdon. friends Mrs and Miss Phillips on Ocean I cef f Di'I I.and,, are spending a few dajs at 453 North Beath Street.Office I DAYTON and

Seabreeze High School 52,795 t who have been visiting the !Liter's boulev: -ard. the White House. Hour, 12:30 to 2:30 rural 1 6-f$0 i Osiers! (MIAMI, -I.A.

M. E. Parsonage, Daytona Beach: 45,000 parents, Mr and Mrs Win Rucer: \\rn.B.Hatch, who has a fine riverfront Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Selby and Mrs. to 7:30.Telephone .
Beach, returned to De- Stlby's mother, Mrs \anderhuiT, arrived Xo. 122. IMytsna Office Fftabliaheel 1S75DR.
35.180 Daytona here and editor
Kingston School. home is (proprietor
Church 33,9=0 1 i Land Monday. Rev. I.ongllnu110 e.f two Ypsilanti| paper, the Dally Press from Newark, N. J., and will : I
Seabreeze Congregational their! third winter at the WhittHouse. r
I was here for a short time, is now in and js-ilantian Weekly lie has been spend II
Miss Elsie Coates, Daytona Beach 18,770 Miami, where he i is:< engaged in series of interesting articles Daytona Private Hospital -
writing a very
Miss Alice Daugherty, Daytona .Beach 1.f,8I )() evangelistic work. I on this: section of the country and Mr. Brandt of Sloanville N. \ is a and Sanitarium

Miss Lillian F. Stewart, Daytona Beach 8,000 5'alereeze and t'vum- guest at the: Surf Cre- t. t"r1 facility for e h*proper t r.-.l inml. I
incidentally giving iimlltnl and ournl-al" "-""-
I Miss Margaret Freeman, Daytona Beach 5.035 J, B. Moore accompanied by W bit of adverti-un These Mrl.\ pangltr: C. 11. WiLe l anH f appliance, trained nume, i

Miss Jennie Murray, New Sm'rna. 4.040 S. Rodgers, went Tuesd.iv morning; ity a good! :.rry Bri ham will furnish the muM< i quiet .urrouneitn4.. t4'wctal! attention \ I

i Miss Ruby Spaulding Daytona Beach 2,525 to his place "Castle Windy," on the !sketches are" entitled.. "Sentinw writer's of artistic the' at the Prince Gorge Hotel for the Pal- i t.Uloli.0 Klrcn luau; pnttour 4 ;1\H. llfitrhsc Tc.>riU4... t4yloaa.I'r.i. oil .H"t. II
uthlind.. and .Iu.tile .\. Kl. *c K
Miss Sallie Holland Daytona Beach. 2.520 lagoon The trip was maltin the I of natures I latistdis-i mttto: Club banquet this afternoon TbyslilaQ In('barel" i I
Ormond School 235 : "Ruth S." Mr Moore will stay appreciation The Misses Grace; and Ruth Keating
play c>f force and l beauty iu this emi-
I....HI.......t1N. i.!o. 19999999999999999999999999:*p ; several improvements days and and superintend repairs that some an tropical Marion countrv.MIS.S Hatch. arrive from Choeliire 'entertained Monday evening.:sixteen:; Some couples pretty lit their originsideas home:I [DR. \\r. A. GOYE: Ii i A. (}':\eILL: I

being nude ou his dub house. I were introduced in the entertain Dentist
....NNNNNNNN..Ntlo NNt1N.................I Ma.-, today e>n \i-itto Miss meat of the evening Discing was en OSTEOPATHAftdcfMm: I I
*Nothing too grxid; for that new Helen Burgman.
I GOOD FOR> o VOTKSIN j I FIRELESS. COOKER! R S. lall'I' } Mrs Buckner has been making some j.\e-d and refreshments were served beei eetrrcr; ('orllt'r nddeaeoe.l: wad VotuiS. Building.
Mr and Mrs. Cleven, who have
1 will tell you all about it. :.UvodwI i I very: pretty shell bas and curtain, in See, llaeh Street. I
-- THE 1I spending" the month on the beach m ODI e
I which the tourists are very much inter- PHONE 8'J
: i I 1A.. McLeodof Hallock. Minn, j'I esaed" of the Mew art cottage, left )e"terdaJIlllwing Y; I __ __
BUSH & SAFFOR1) CO. for their Wisconsin home a t
I II I'i i was a welcome guest of his brother- Miss Lena Tomlinson has tendered her Hroadheud. ROY [IIOUT.. ". I D. S. II. GO'Irchitect --I
; in-law W II. Bjne Fairview avenue, resignation of the Bulow !school l after t
I'l'] Srr. : t'. Allen, of I-atoka N. D, amyesterday t od .
I i I Wednesday last. Mr.I Mcl.cod I has hating successfully e-onduct the first r. Physic ian anti Sllr won. ;\ Builder
II and at the \\ LitHouse. r
are guest
not been to Dav.tona for 13 yearsand half of the term.
Office and residence: 12:J So hedge: 'I j Contractor I
These votes cast for I says the changes and improvements Dr. Evernden reports interest in the I
II I in and around the city are I Dr. The choir of the M. I;. Chun as school increasing
Each issue of the Gazette-News! will publish one of these coupons. :I wonderful He will spend! the winter Sunday Evernden is the steadily right man in the right by other local talent, will give a saereieolictlt : tel Phone 17>. Office hours. y toy '''I RidgewoeMl and Volulia an.HA i
2 4 and 6 30 to S Phone 89. Daytona.
to m.
11 .
a. in. : p.
Mrthotiiat ChurehSuiuU
\ It must be voted within Wen days. January Oth. 1909.HiHiiiMMMMMiMMiMMMMMiHtMilMUMil. I at Ormond with hid sister i Mrs place ,.bPD it cornea to budding up community ut the ; Cf
bi M. 9999999999999999999999999ffOJ
... .1 J. R. CletneuU. interests.

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j Roy Barnes returned to Winter I Truth andQuality
Park Monday to resume his studies

THE BUSH and SAFFORD CO. I,I at Dick Rollins Ray College.of Palm Beach, was in I Day ElectricCurrent

the city Sunday the guest of W IV.Abererwubie R
the Wtll-Informed in '
appeal to every
on Myrtle avenue.
I. I walk: of life anj arc essential to permanent I Will be turned onDecember
V i I E D. W. Rose left for Xew York success :and creditable standing Accor-

PIANO CONTESTIn j I Sunday afternoon on business, ('xI I logic it is not claimed that Syrup of Figs i
1 1908.
to be about week.
j peeling gone a and Elixir of Senna is the only remedy of ,
| Joseph Parantha, who has been 'known 1 value but one of many reasons I

I| with his family the Troy house 1: why it is the best of personal anj family This will give the citizens of "Daytona, f

which two residents of Daytona and vicinity will be awarded t for about a week, returned Sund.iyjl j l laxatives ii the fart that it cleanses, ,' I
to Atlanta : i sweeten and relieves the internal organs Seabreeze and Daytona Deach an opportunity -

two beautiful Howard Pianos, furnished by the Rush & F. N. Conrad is haying a garage 'on which it act without any debilitating 1' to operate -
built in the rear of his residence on I !after effect:and without having to increasethe 1 ,
Grange avenue for his new Ch.ilrn- quantity from tune to time. i t -
Safford Piano Compano of Miami\ sole representatives of theR. \
ers-Detroit automobile. and Flat Irons Machines
j It act r.t'l->3ntly and naturally Electric Fans, i

S. Howard C(). The contest to be conducted on behalf of i Prof and Mrs. C. R. M. Sbcpir.nland ,!truly' as a known laxative to, and and its approved component by I :
| child returned Saturday: from a 1 parts are and motors of various. kinds., The l op-
visit with Mr. Sheppard's jian-nts in i i 1 physicians a* it i w free from all objectionable 1
the Bush & Safford Company by The Daytona Gazette-News 'i! the interior of the State.: i j[i it substances To gpt iU beneficial'. l'J atin', of motors t ) 1 1.)' electricity] is clean I

t! !I ,effect :&1"3)purch:1.. the genuine i
and The: Daytona Daily News. Miss Roberta I Hobbs 1 and friend 'manufactured! by the California Fig Syrup i economical. Ask us :
M'BS Field left Monday for V. inter I
Park, where they will ie.UUl theiri1 i, Co., only and for sale by :leading drug- I 1

studies at Rollins College. !i gastJ.-- I; AdaHS HS Electric i OLightOPlant

$2450.00 Miss Clevie Rich returned to Kin!:- j |DAYTONA INSTITUTE. ,
atoll Saturday from Gainesville T' r.\TT-SIXTII: TEAK.Mi t,
where she was in attendance at the "s s. KLIZIKETH ,ST EVFK. rnnrtpal !

I State Teachers' Association meeting No. I Svinlnoli outh. block.of orange.Clnt Reach. street, I I E. ]1. CJTNN, Gencn.l.; Manager.!

t Miss Florence Mare, who has IIr and I'up/isn.edingspecialattention ImliTlJual 'Instruction. roachIng .................... ..... eoeN................ '!-
One $400 R. S. Howard Piano will be given to the person or been here during the holidays with The l.nniuni. Kl'x-utlon: I'rnwlng, Lltereturerud -
j her father.V. M. Moore[ and family I t'urrrntEtrntx
returned to Winter Park Saturday.Mr I-u--I FREE SAMPLES OF WALL PAPER
I organization residing in the City of Daytona who receives the DR. T. A. DAVIS --t.

I I A. Willing, of New York I NEW Wall Paper will S s A POST CARD to-
highest number of votes. City has arrived and will s'fIl,1} 1 the jjninvitinfdismal ; dif stating room
The (latest, safest and most scientific' rooms into all attractive { you i intend papering will
winter in a cottage at the corner of method of tn>atiui; the sick. Includes,! cheerful home. u ,a., ,'?g you wapj! s fret.
And one $400 R. S. Howard Piano to the in Vol- Live Oak and Ridgewood avenues every drutk system Osteopathy J We place at your door If yotr intend painting
person S irntihe Ma"''''igP" Women and chillr ibe privilege of clcc- send for pnccs and color
Work was begun Sat unlay on the I n a fK'ci.HIty. Examination fn-e. lions from the largest ,,I card We have every.
usia County outside of Daytona who receives the highest vote i i I erection of a new shop on S. H.Cove's Corner. opposite po toffilt, DajtonaBeach. and the South.most varied stock in save thing you in PAINT money., anj can

lot on Volusia avenue to replace i ___ _
J the one recently destroyed by !j rap ( r1,1Pttt; ftril ;-- F e 11 frttl for 1., c
In addition the additional will be
: to two pianos prizes fue Phillip E. Robinson Architect

TIJOs.'Ililt' of, South J 15 >.i..h stret .& ?.: & C Vatloual+a".h.Kld'K.. (il\. 114-tuw.B.yst. BALFE-CONROY COMPANY Isckoe.m.I1.
Vinlrr H -
to follows nra
given as : visited t I". J White and family at ,'! i ; llll'I In <-'Inrlda| .
I Dup-int. going up on the afteinoui IUI'al.. i- # .
atiu i
ti 2 Due Bills for $200 each 2 Due Bills for $100 each I train Saturday and returning Sun- rr".1 dt a slBorten, tuw jar+ @ ., J
. l dav. ) A. D. fUBRIDEW J. B. CONRAD F. N.PONI .. ,i

t. 2 Due Bills for $175 each 2 Due Bills for $ 75 each Parker Wilder, who has beet r+ Tampa.atanuab, I ( ) ,President 1 nce.1'ra. Cashier ..

t spending the holidays at I 1'aUonal 1 l MERCHANTS BANK 1
2 Due Bills for $150 each 2 Due Bills for $ 50 each l each with his brother. C M Wil -- -
Jet, departed Saturday on his: le- > i- ;'

turn to Walinford, Ct. THE GIMOOD : Q Capital Stock... .. .. ................................... ? 50,000 i4IiI
2 Due Bills for $125 each 2 Due Dills for $ 25 each I ; .
Allen Seims and his friend Rosco Surplus, 1 and Profits .. ........ .......... ............... w.:-- 1"- '.::1.

I CONTEST COMMENCED DEC. I and CLOSES MARCH\ 31 Finch who have been spending the I SEABRHEZO FLA. ': Four per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time Certificates .\;

holidays with Mr 'ims'parent on II :' of Xo notice re'luirt'lllor withdrawals. .1i
South Beach street left Saturday to
to GetVOTES resume their studies at Yale College: "UIJE 'i MOlbE. E'I ? Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent. .

l Rules and Regulations : How and Where Mrs. T. J. McMurray. her son Electric Lights, Telephone, all : ..i..O ID .O @(1mt ,t: I.1
Thomas J.
and sister, Mrs. X. H. Conveniences. -
Quigley left Sunday for their homein
j t. 1. The contest is open to anyone living in The following merchants will give one vote for Marion Ohio, after spending GULF. Ct1T1FhHlNi: || : ISATIIIVt: A; .

1 Volusia County who is known by the conductorsof every cent paid into their establishmentfor three weeks in their cottage on ..1..I"II"tt'| for !oIo''OIon. The climate of the East Cc...;t of Florida .J
i the contest, vouched for by some reputable goods which they !handle. Ridgewood avenue.
t. A, H. CLARK Proprietor. is nearer perfection than tbat of any
t person to them well known. prCK-IIEXOmCKS COMPANY, Dry Goods. Miss Lily Mabbette, who has been '
----- place on rarth..t
1- 4 *
I i 2. No employee, attachee or relative of the GEO. II. CLARK, Jewelry and Stationery. spending the holidays with her i 1i 1'nanor'miter :Jl. I".", to April I ii'., !'.'' .
proprietors of tho above named firms are eligible I.. G. LYMAN, Groceries. parents on South Palmetto avenue, 4 +
t k left Saturday for Fort Florida to resume -
i to in this contest, and will THE GAZETTE-NEWS CO IP.\Xr. .
participate her duties as teacher" of the \r"'r \i rll f.:, I I' ", II"TtL I.KCIIFVAI.IEKThe : A y

t h in no manner. IIANK1NS, The ) ) public school at that place. (.o.aii\.... dew Jerw.,.. ,

y t 2. In the event of a misunderstanding between ii. MCDONALD, Meats Miss Elizabeth Stones: returned to .r vra. y

candidates or others interested in this contest :M. I B? AVLTMAN. Gents' Furni lliRg". New Smyrna Saturday where she ii is :

such controversy may IH> referred to the conductors GHrm'H-: lOnms HARDWARE: COMPANY. teaching in the public bchrol. Mi>s Morgan,
WNGIIAM A MALEY Stones the here with :
: of the contestlio alone are the CO., Furniture. spent holidays r rrl sir
persons her brother Fred :Stones; and.I .'''R\I: : I'\I.MKTTO: .AM
qualified to render decisions. family on Bellevue avenue. \'''I.I' KS.DAYTONA .

.1. In the event a candidate decides to withdraw Where Voles /May be Cast The Seabreeze and O..ton"J..ill I k- "II o J

from the race such candidate will nut be .. I i4'LA. r "s
I tealll clashed! in a game of 1 bn ('
allowed to transfer roles to the credit of another Ballot l boles will he placed in the houses rep- ball on this side of the ricer New "I OpnontlfalnGaeli
1 H.[ M. l'IWl'mETOI
candidate in the contest. resented in this contest. Years aftt'rnoon.1 the end of the
|I fifth inning the wore stood 0 to 1
., in favor of the Daytona team and 1 r ,

I ..............e...................................... : then a cow chard! the toys off the LOW TIDES on the BEACH

M. Daytona Tin and lot. I1 I nr of 1 \oy. I Uet:. J\,. >*" t
i ELLA DE VOY CO. ----- -------- 1I. I 14n,1h m.WAss

I I I.i.ii....i.S.u.i........ y
: LADIES' HATTERS : ::: J::: i ::: ::: g::: :::I ;: 4i'si.t\ 1J'.J : : '

Sheet Metal WorksTin Ii Legal Notices : .., 3..1... 9 UL.: ... 9::7..I: 1:09..
+ Correct. in Styles. OPEN ALL THE YEAR : ... ... ...WI: ......10:30.: ......11.5.5.. h- ,tom
Xo 6 South Ifevw"h :OtrwtlIastona. -..I.suiIiiisi.u...iiiltaMaster's .. ; I ... .').......Il:0: .;... ...It :Z.J... ...12U.: .

......................................*..............$ Sale. ..... G.i..''.I..1 I I::.J l0....... .....1..1'l.i r.1:: i..... ...... .1:29._:.11.: md the funom orange Crates, Tiiripple PUatitiois,

Roofing Guttering Undt-r and! Iv> ,'irtn.t.t a iWrfof ... ... ...I::II... ... 1;0,')....... :.'53.. Ct-rriavt Groin a.J T gct ble Firm* of the entry trlbiUry tV
.+.4.*..... ... ..... ... .. ... .. ... .. ... ..
+ + + +...+....+ .++...e+ form KiHurr and suitrt' -ml ml in tin Ci r- 9..I;:::r. 1 :-I.j. 3:30. INDIAN KITER, LAKE
r. : cuitCourt of tl.* Sf\fiith Cir- ...10...,... :!:IO... ... 2'J.IO'J.: WORTH and BISCAT5E B.tli ,
LING WAH ? Copper Work i-nitof tow Stnt: 4f Klori-la.! in HIK.1! f..r ...11. .. :: :;.';....... 3:13.1:52.. ire rea bed from IirksuntUle tl* the
Volusia, County by the II..". Minor S; .. :::::.;;... ... : 5:37.: FLORIDA EAST
...I2."j'.. .. ... .. COAST R AIL11'SY.A .
i Junes. Jutluf) t f Nii-1 Court. .Iatl'd l tli 10.: 3j1.1': 6:25.:
: CHINESIUToLA I Tanks of all kinds eighth day of I IhtrIntwr. A. 1) t/tS! in actrtain ... .. JUi.:: ...... : .. .7::.:.. e U
OHU"n lin in said! Court.whfivin I. : U.UU.

UN DRY CornrlniH. l'hri..tiall". > H Coin :: .::t: ::,::: .J:: :
i. *H North Beach Street, OAYTONA. rLO kllA, i All kinds: of repairing done in firs t-I I plainant Mfinin. and K !II S. )}fit-nun:N.\ Flvinini; H .H Mary C. Mm I II. : 9.1.i.a' \'llll. .10.4.i. :1 k

tattoo shirt open front.........\'_' I :Xiglit :;hJrt ...... .............................10 I class: sHle. Prompt. attention i and Josephine F Collins urv! !>. ...1\1..1"\ .. :...... ... ;!: "j
hite shirts.......... ........................10 i i Woolen Shirts............ ....................10 I given i to all work. I I will sell at pnh1M' uu txiii, fur ia..h l tlltl. ...20..10:33..1UO..12:20., : ::
; Check ..* highest biildtT at tlw front ilmtr of j ... ... ... :Z.j...'...11 :JU... ... 1:0.: .,.a
shirts... .
S Undershirts.................. ........... ..... I ... ;
: Newrlurts....................................... Dr iwers....................... .................. S I! I Shop No. l II!> South Street, Dayton County tin- Court of Vohixia llouxin and Ih Stat\-t-au.lin of Flofi.I.1 c.U'1 ::: : ; : ::.Ig::: ::::::: : Fer rofj of -..tirlll Lout"E.*,: Coat; W norlJ.",V.t cf
S Shirts collar attached........... .......13 Socks, |per pairHandkerih ................................ 3 I I Ion tW FIRST MONDAY! IN: ; ...:4 ...J!';,;.. !! .. I'0... ... 3 43.; I Peal..lar l I Iloritii! add OIL! r (cifir! tlon, tJJre nip
Collar, .............. ..................... AHY. A. D. HIlII.I..ill! I .. ... ... I.W...,.. .. ...
: eat h 2 J cfs............................ .. 3 I Brown & Coleman.MASONIC ): tlie first .t\: or :!:hI. -1:31: Ii B.PtUEorr, j. p. R!::(Ii"Inr, 1. D. BIB-NEK,
, : Cuffs per pair........... ..................... 5 Silk Handkerihirf.s........................ -I : said:!. on month that.lunoi il.iy. ull the,of If HIP ral folloxvini h..ur* ofnaV. :z.!: I ....:.2: \1.,..... ...... :'3:10.:.::"0..... ...... :3:30..1..W.: ..:,..... 6:3";::: ;L. rk. ..,...I a W..a....,. TnBc,9a........ A.a.r.a.oT..ttta .

I ... ... .... ... ... ... ':TI.M. VIA.
Also Ladies Clothes at tlfwriUiI" pmpvrty. in the Court* :!s... 3:; -1-17.: .. :3;
corresponding .prices, i DIRECTORY.II of \' >lu,ia and) State uf Florida, to-u, i it t: ...2'.L. ... .J:.j.j....... 5:5U... ... 1\-1....
i......+.....+.+N.........+......4..+..*.......+. ... .\ .IF.IX I.MlHiK.. No. 81. F. A; A. 30)1t'eU [ L,itH Thivf. Kour and Fit- (:t. 4 1.: :0) I I ...30... ... 6.00....... 6:.').;. ... 9.32.: .. -- --- -- -- .
F I IS. I Island :3rd Tbur'ldays.II'I.X of BI.Kk Two ((2)) of Mart C. FU-nnn-V i I ...31....... ......:....... ')::00..1.' ............. :. .., y .; ..-.-;.-- -. -.-. .
(rllAPTKR: No. S. R. A. MMft .
.. sul.liti-ion i of Ix Oin
-I Wjjj Iff ,. ," s nJ Th ur+dav.IhttNTALt'OMM.ANIpERI. >t ((1)) of ti.r tiuTrn ----- -- -- -
(1 ", No 9K. T.)1..15 .- ((111)) To\\nslni. :ixtn (irjMiutli, forenoon and afternoon tides are approximately a -i
: 4th ThurntlATI.UKOXK of Rouge 1 hirlt.tline (FCC) t'u..t. nt the same hour. .Auto.I'i Daytona Ice Company ;
) CH \PTKR. No. 1. O E. S1 .- Thin.MtlKlayof (IWifintr. I :
, \ San Mateo 1 1 Meft nod and lib Tu "*l TS \ It.l'.ios. mobiles: can be driven on the beach isI
Cigars All rcetlnJta+outc Uall Orange avenue.fflBest. J. LiE t1Cxnav." hour -ir'er high tide and within is 0u'
(G!i. ural Ma-'t' ,r in Chaihfry.Volusia I hours i.l high tide. ,!
i it CUllllt11ur tla. F
iI t I FlTZl.t.RlI.I; A O.tiis.Conplainauts ;! Made from Distilled t
t S lkiturs.MMaster's I Come and I Water.
: i Have Made see our faetory corner Railroad and Volusia avenue.
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II v4U4r .4'h. _

i'F A Reputation of 1 r ROSES .. 1 l't.l.! r ;,,,.1 I., \it'II..f Sale.a d|n n..f.h..nrrtnJ ;i..t... i stock of --- 1

oilr) > in.I.! n.,1 l in tiwSir, 'i''
Con t ..ft the \..tenth duds ,il I C'II' nit "I!
'SUECTOTf 1.'iI CIft'II the :o>tah'lIf Morl'l.i.! in anil fm \ .'
'II"a Comforts ,
to. Blankets dt
Their Own. dVIBBT IIm.S.A. ('ullllt.I.., tbelliin.MmorM JorK-rJinfiT! a. t FULL
ft woe FVmn.1 mini M Off* i"I l saultnrtdatrI11w'thht., J > ni u Ifcivinl 1 i l i
i \ Select Rod,. wJ IMJ, ant bUn.otm bt elu l t.- .t. (It I I'.Xl! "' in f j
: a '\Oftall. '
< iinwii l ln
x The suet-ess of the-) San Mateo Cigar is one of J .....,.- lS5..l teaFf dptriibnM ! .: UllliSaPlIISUI ruvnc f ranm.ComphM l'III.tarll'Y,. : i i.. Coinplaina .uu| :-\,11111.1, l \ EXPRESS W
the a
; t gieatest industrial triumphs of the) East Coast caJOIoc at Ran*onw .al ,.... :S I k-aiinsr. Mart I I'. I'l lin UK I K II C"j.i -
the five/e. uJ THE Nut tttm. FnsM .._ lint, .tint t JoHrplnn i > F C"lIill" ar- (II.ffinlml andMattresses. Ji
J 1: : M'u-e -t.... .. J'I -- ". I will m-i 1): at pul.lHniMtion, f..r
I I ,' to the highest and l-nt-t "biild,'r. at f
Made from the choicest! growths of tobacco that the {enin- j the front .!ultr..f the Court HOD in Ik"-
vila of Florida and the Island of Cuba ran prodwe. md I I land, ', in ..aid e"ullt.f"hl..i", | uml( t.H.- .
wrup-} Roses and Ornamental of' .. tU-'FIKST m
; MO.Mi\\': : i tap
..' I |1)1"41 l with the rich, silky leaf jroun tin East! Coast p'antatii} s, FKHKCAKV: : A. I U.. I'.MIS. 1.| .,iljr< 11w|
-. the cigar industry of the world has never produced better ginnlsFor 4 'I first ilat of Mml mouth during", tl I..- I U':' f",
Shrubbery. lionr of;' ralfou? that .
day all of tlw folto .
sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union win i; IH .rild. property; ..itiun.-.J in All Grades. Prices r. 1 i. snl
News Company| on every train entering Florida. i All tile best varieties of winter blooming the C'UIltul, olua and :Nt.ittof tn>vnturil ", e ,
I rIul ida. tl Kwif: DIIIVERED
, Twenty sizes, styles and grades to select] from. grafted Kofea adapted to Ilorida; j IAtsOlw'faelteuimdTtlirt.rrt. ,il. 1J: Right. FORt
also other ornamental plants, trees and and 1:1)). of 1:1..1'1. Two (I.f(' C -t
r : TOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.Manufactured I shrubbery All p'ants guaranteed. hh'nlilig'.ut.titisinof! IA.ttIwtl\ 1)) ..fS 29
tion Tn
Grounds prepared and plants cared for. ((10)) Tutu D"hiJ' Sixteen ((10);)
, Ily J I S* This 24th day of IVcrml..r. A.U,1'srt( l CHAS.
; .
Mauler in Cban.'rrululli .
"TilE PINES," Couuty, Hond.i.OATU I'AIWT:;; ItREU: IX(, 0.. .

,&" ,, L.,1u.1u.&u&uL ,1u.I....... L.II 1 FI'nIiEIUL d: Ribbon Beer
I ...... South Ilidgewood ave, Dajtona. C.'IU.laiIlILut'. ;4d i Iitort.T I I I UNDERTAKING I and Lewis 66 Whiskey
Seed for I'rhr Lid.
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