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The Daytona gazette=news
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Daytona gazette news
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Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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The Gazette-News of Daytona began publication in the 1890s and continued until January 26, 1901. On that date, it was succeeded by the Daytona Gazette-News, also known as the Ormond Gazette-News. This successor newspaper ceased publication in about 1922. Both papers covered news of traffic up and down the Florida coast. The St. Johns and Halifax River Railway, later renamed the Florida East Coast Railway, reached Daytona--present-day Daytona Beach--in 1886, a decade after the city had been incorporated. Daytona proved to be a new American city for the new American Century. With the railway’s arrival, Daytona’s proximity to the ocean made it a premier tourist destination. The history of racing in Daytona is also well documented, beginning with car races along the beach, followed by more organized races inland on oyster shell and later asphalt speedways. The newspapers also reported on the use of automobiles for stumping the state politically. Finally, researchers can find references to the activities of Florida transportation and tourism pioneer, Henry Flagler.
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Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Vol. 20, No. 34 Everywhere. Rtackci All CI.un. Daytona, Florida, Saturday, January 16( 1909. B"it AdT.rtUI.i M>dl.m la Dujtnm and Vicinity. Price 5 Cents

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I Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases, etc. I II DOWN BEACH If TORE 4 t OPEN All IHE YEAR


Trunks Rags, Suit Cases, Telescopes, Tourist Straps, Trunk Straps, SCHOOL YOU PLEASE. PROTECTED. h ELECTRIC BELLS.

I Shawl Straps, Name Tags, etc., just receded, we have a complete .re ct .w.ts r ;'' HotandColdBaths. -
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+'. Table Fint-CUas.
assortment of Matting-covered Suit Cases and Telescopes. Also a I {

I I in Matting covered Hand I Bag. orR r141'4L WILL POPl"LAR PRSPAIL.a .I'a1eRanovelty How It Affects The Daytona City The Wires Are Now Flashing It Noticeable Increase Aquatic Bird -< ,w Room for a few table

, 1" THE PECK HENDRICKS COMPANY. 1 School and Schools of Volusia "Daytona Beach" Around Life as Result Warden's

; The World. Vigilance GEO. H. MATTHEWS
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..t.t.t.t.t.t.tOu.I.RN.u.tct.t.III.I.t.t .... t... : SOME FACTS Ai SOME i FIGURES. HOW TO REACH DAYTONA I BEACH. TilE BIRDS ARE BECOMING TAME. :.............-.*...--...+...-..............N.+...N..NAAD

i Real Groceries i ttkK irtt .. i THE WHITE HOUSE DAYTONA COTTAGES BEACH. FLA. i. "

Tha recent decision of the Florida Su- The uncertainty as to the fate of the The department of agriculture at i Capacity 30 rooms. Rooms bright, airy and completely furnished. Modern J

preme Court is i far-reaching in its effects; Seventh Annual Florida Beach races has Washington through Captain Pacetti improvements, clean and up-to-date. Located on Seabreeze Avenue a short *

r .: it not only hits the populous districts, now been turned Into an almost positive has recently placed five large signs at .: distance rates by from week Atlantic or season.Ocean. Summer rates $1.00 per day and up. Special *i

: It has been our aim to establish 1 the city schools and the high schools, certainty that they will be given on the prominent points on Mosquito Inlet re- E. L. HOWARD Proprietor. I

but it is comprehensive and effects the famous fast sand course as usual, the servation. The signs are about five by :
: a grocery here that will meet : .....N.1111..111............................ ........
I I rural districts to the remote corners. dates being March 2 2 to 2.i next. It seven feet, supported by four posts and

: with the popular wants of the : Superintendent Hollow ay is quoted as seems that the Florida East CoAt railway firmly braced One is at Hawks park
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their wants :1' saying that it puts the schools back ona and hotel system was not in favorof one opposite the Ocean house, Sew *
: people we study '
par with those of a decade ago. subscribing: to the fund to perpetuate Smyrna; one at Mosquito inlet, one at : THE MAGNOLIA
: and their needs and buy) accor : There is already due the teachers of the races this winter, so it was left to Live Oak point and one at Little Pelican kk -i

: dingo \\'e are not overtaxed : the State $167,750 under the SO percent the enterprising little city of Day tuna to island north of Port Orange, all being : RIDGE.WOOD AVENUE.

: act, and the high school act. In say whether the races should lapse this near the main channel of the Halifax : Large Rooms.' f Furnace Heat. Electric Lights.

: with expense and are enabled to addition there is also due them the year or not. Daytona said no, and it and IIIl.-bori rivers. The reservationwas : Rates $2.oo Per Day. :

sell at mo.1. Give : $50,000' which should have been appropriated said no most emphatically, providing created as a preserve and breeding : b I RS. CELESTE HINKS, Propritress.
by the Comptroller on the first the tournament should l he given on ground for native aquatic birds. Already -
: us a trial for the coining month. : ti1x1+Nh...iN+rN1.Ya1.xalyttx ...........N 1> .#MrFNI ..
of January 190, if j at that time there Daytona Beach, where the fast world a very marked increase in bird life

had been money in the treasury for that records have been made in remit years i is apparent in the colonies of pelicans *************************.* t-************************

i S. W. CA1UIOLL purpose. The aggregate amount, therefore To that end I Fred Dutton Stidham, a gulls and terns about the inlet. White j : MYRTLE AVENUE :

I due the schools on the first of July, Brown college man and relative of Senator cranes, blue h'rontl. gannets and wood j : THE MYRTLE, Centrally Located. -

.. 190S. was $$227,7.; W. J. Morgan, was despatched to ibis are increasing in numbers and show i
: House with all modern
A Homelike conveniences.
This large amount i is lost to the I I Daytona to 'O-operate with the committee lea fear than formerly. Request having hoarding .
: The North Beach G. I I 1
st. schools, together with $105000, which that had wired Mr. Morgan to come I kern made of the warden as to < a Can accomodate: more table boarders. !

: S would have accrued by the first of July to Daytona to take charge of the raisingof whether ducks could be killed on the : : PRICKS UKASOXADLE.AIRS. ;: "

: Telephone No. 19. :. 1909. fund for the seventh annual meet reservation he communicated with the I : C. KOST, Proprietess. :

The law establishing a system of high Mr. Morgan could not leave New York, department for advice on this subject ;! .. ._.
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schools wa enacted in 1903, and the : so he drafted Mr. Stidham who soon pr- and has been instructed to permit no -- -

other acts coming under the decision ofthe rived in Daytona and was met enthusiastically : i- shooting whatever on the reservationand ..+..+.+.+4+4 4..4..4444-4....* ......+.+.....+....+

YOU Will FIND WHAT YOU SEEK court were passed iu 1905. 'II by the Florida East Coast Automobile to cause the arrest of anyone found Accomodites Fifty.

1 e under the category of' real estate," whether While it seems from this decision that I association officials and,under u.-iog fire arms within its limits. j I "THE PINES NEW HOUSE.

1.tRtM the State is not able to appropriate any the pilotage of President Major Arthur There are now twenty-three, national All Conveniences.
it be a house, store, stable, farm or city
-_ money to the schools there may be B. Foster, Dr. E. L. Potter, Edward reservations in the United States for the
country lots unimproved for your own ten I I Rates: $2.50 Per Day and Up. Special by the Month.An < >
;=z3s to rent to others or hold as an investment made a county I levy of seven mills for White, chairman of the committee; \ protection of birds, nine of which were :
-- .E aney school purposes and in addition to thin, H. Peters, E. IV.. Rose: and Colons! formed the pat year. These nine are '! attractive house a IIh l large and airy rooms hot and cold water through the
-ail these parcels-on our lists, ':' house.sulphur or .alt water baths,.1f'"trl llhtsfurnacebeat and telepholl"
levy of three mills be assessed in Bingham mad such good that i:
a may progress at Tortugas Keys and Key West fore
w I hit I, nre free to your search. We are at '' scone of the pleasant: features of"The Plne."sre: Its wide" verandas and Iti Root
our service fur anything In the real estatiutisinrfs. the special tax school district, and under -I f most of the $4000( asked for was soon assured ida; Mosquito inlet, east coast of Florida -1 j garden,ITontlng a line view of the country, river and ocean.
t this arrangement it is possible for by citizens of Daytona and winter ; Lower Klamath lake, Oregon; "The Pln."."Is *ltuat Hl on South Itld e'A'".>d. the bl hrtit avenue In Dajtooa.Kooinssluglvorvn .
he schools to be kept up to their present -t I, residents thereof. Chase Jake Dakota; Pine Island Mat-i suite, with or without private bath.

r:) r J. C. BUTLER, standard without the aid given t.I!I There will be radical changes; in the latcha pass and Palma Sola, Florida. 'I. OPEN FROM NOVEMBER 15 TO. MAY i.

them under Chapters 53S1 and 5657? conduct of the races in March. One of Thtwent.tbree reservations are in :

r Real Estate. Life, Fire and Accident Ins but the abolishment of the high school ; the great events will be a tweepstake: charge of forty-nine wardens whose I, MRS. J. B. MINSKY. Proprietress.

Phone 234, Daytona Beach Fla. system is the most serious blow to public price stock car race, the cars being duty is to guard the colonies of birds i i 338 South Rldgewood Avenue DAYTONA. FLA.

education in many years.It Constitutional. handicapped<< according to price and not upon them.Through i I i...*....... .. ...+.++.+.+.......+.+.+.++............ .
4 .......... .e.........$* #*4+ + +4 4+ +$4 may require a engine powtr. This will gm> the public the means of these rt'St'rva-1
amendment to remedy the obj,-ction a good idea as to what is what at a cer- tions the particular value of bird refuges .......,.. .. /. N NN..NNNI

Ask for the Bread pointed out in the decision handed downy tain price. The Sir; Thomas Ik-war 52.- bas been demonstrated and must apoeal I .i.iiI.i:; ;\ ;

> the Supreme Court.If I 000 trophy for the international mile to all enlightened citizens and true I THE IVY

this recourse is taken it will he l necessary race pill be given outright. There will: sportsmen who wish to see the birds
with the ofJ' 'f
.' stamp for the legislature to enact a law I be several thousand dollars in cai-h; saved I from utter extinction. The most I fI I Was opened for its fourth season November 15th 1903 and will
pros idiug that each county bhall maintain prizes hung up fur f\.;t car, and as the numerous species in the colonies on the '
one high school to be supported entirely brand; Prix rate of France will not beheld Atlantic and Gulf coasts are herons and I II' remain open until May 15th, 1909. The house is well prepared to

n ia1Jr1111N'' n F Daytona Bakery out of the county school infl'riorI funds. !I this, year no !special'( I race will IK- puton laughing Upon the gulls interior brown reservations pelicans are and ducks terns, I, maintain its established reputation for refined elegance and comfort,
ThiN however, would be far
for I which with
foreign cars comply white pelican* grf'eLtand gulls, and on carefully prepared!meals and most attractive table seni<'8. The
to the state s>s>tem since there would beno the international ruK-s unless a goodly the Pacific coast, cormorants, puffins, j

) uniformity of standard in the operation ( entry is assured; therefore the races will murres gulls and petrels.It rooms are large and sunny, well lighted and heated, many of them

.. .. ... : tl E QUIGG of such schools. I be open to all cars no matter what theengine is probable that a deputy warden I I with baths.
provided private
will Port I
,; : ..f.j.i ; :..' A Daily News representative huntedup be by appointed at Orange or I I
power may New Mnyrna.. The new reservation is in
:i.7. Superintendent Wright of the Day-j I There! will be one jHTial I race, however charge of Captain I). J. Pacetti. I I
'WitProprietor.. toua High School to see what figure the I open to all competitors in past; No trespassing L* allowed nor firearms W. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor. I-II
2w' landing. down of the rectnt deci-ion cut'' (permitted on the Mosquito Inlet Reser: ,
......... ++.++..+*+...... 0*c ..+....+.+.+.......+..+ Prof. Wright while he deploredhe Vanderbilt cup racesfor which a goodly vation. It may be well to publish herewith I...INNII.11.1.NI..*.....N.....*............++...+
locaily. I I ca--h prize will be otTered. The stockcar l'uhlic.t Xo 314. "An Act to
court decision, seemed little perurbed. ,' event will poibly go titer a part protect birds and theirl'ggs game and ..................... ..... ..........................
************************** aeeeek***************** He said as i i\ stands: it wcuklry beach and |part road course,, eroding bird preserves."
1 shorten the term of the Daytona school "He it enacted by the Senate and THE PROSPECT i iIi
two bridges, nn 1 it is thought; that: the house of )Representatives: of the United I
N. ERICKSON month, but he thinks the legislature -
: nearly a
average of 52.5. miles per hour made l>y States of America in Congress assembledthat 1
1 1i
at its present sitting will come to the winning stock car at Savannah, will it shall unlawful for any personto

Cabinet MaKer. Wood Worker. : the rescue of the school and right the I be L beaten at Daytona; as it is thought hunt, trap, capture, willfully disturb, !i i South Ridgewood Avenue
or kill bird of kind whatever or
the old any any
and if
It matter up possible go I that of mils hour will
a speed sixty an landsof
take the of such birds
Pirluro Frames, Dour and Window Screens made to order. : schedule of appropriations one better, aswell I eggs on have Steam Heat Electric Lights two blocks from
easily be made by Mixh a car as the the United States which beenset I ,
Cottage Avenue DAYTONA. FLA. i iY is as to give some wholesome legislation Land. a part or reserved for breeding grounds I
looking toward better schools. for birds by any law, proclamation or I depot and postoflice. Garage on premises.
....asx.sxxx...>wtc.xx.... ************************** The Daytona High School has a resource One of the big races will lie that fur executive order, except under such ,
the Minneapolis: trophy, which was won rules and regulations as may be prescribed -
would be used to
last by the Hat, the lute Manue from time to time by the Secretan
.11..1...1.11............................+........... the funds. It is this: A tuition fee of [Cedrinodri! >ing. This trophy must In- of Agriculture' i
$4 per month would be charged for pupils The second section of this Act prescribes ,
|i R. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor j jt :: not listed in the school district. Ashere 'I won twice, so that if the Fiat wins: it the fine which may be imposedfor i P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor.
again, it will become the property of violation. It maybe $)0() and six I
of such
: House Wiring Specialty. j: are a goodly number pupils Fiat Automobile Company. Thii"ill months imprisonment.and was approvedby ......................................... ...........
a this would materially augment the Theodore Roosevelt June :\ 190G ; -== -: i
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4 be a two-mile-a-minute steed crown
funds. Victor N...0.....=..;......IIe Se .IS...0............. :
Dealer in Klortrical: Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades, : Chairman. Geo. F. Crouch of the Vo similar to the one captured by

No. S DAYTONA FLA. :, Demogeet the great French driver, who j THE CLEVELANDMagnolia
2 Lamps Orange avenue, usia County School board was interrogated NOBODY SPARED.
4 in 1900 hurled his Darraci] racer over
..................................................... and he says the I IONS to Volusia the two-mile stretch in 5S 4.. H't'undl RstK I Avenue, opposite 1'ostoflice 1 1
county will be about $12,000, but that
.;.. "olusia being in fine financial shape will ears in this race must e iual two miles a Kidney Troubles Attack Daytona Men ; Rooms Only Steam Heat. Sanitary Plumbing. Gas :
minute to \\in. Of course this sI.ced( i is'
........................ .......... .. ............ carry on her schools. He says that sul- only rxssible on the far-fame.IIJtu.h! on and Women. Old and Younr.KMiHy I Lighted Everything ip to date. I
districtsthat have funds on hand will i
the East Coat of Florida. : ills wire and ol.l.r i S. B. GREEN Proprietor.
carry on the two months' extra time regardless young y ,

Bond Lumber Company, of Supreme Court decisions. One of the principal causes of complaint ''ui>' 'luid"l! with little warning. .................................,........... 4 1
in regard to the Florida racemeet ChiMn D Miffi-r" in their. early years.
What sub-districts have nOL the funds has been removed and that was (';tia't contiol tin kulrvy BWJV ti..n... *************************** ************************* 1
ROUGH AND DRESSED available thedeficit will be made by '
LUMBED ,.. the high freight rate charges on the rail- (furls are J\l1lel.ioJ. iwrvin\ suffer puin.VI .
PINE AND CYPRESS \ the county board, the funds: to be turned : | THE HOWARD \: :
roads from New York to Ormond and \ >IIKII worry can't do daily work.
back to the when funds come in :
county .
Daytona. The Florida} East: Coast Auto- Mt-n have Inni4 and a. bin r luu kr. *
Lath Shingles Flooring Ceiling Brick Lime through taxes. Centrally located on Volusia Avenue, the main avenue from the depot to :
mobile Association has advised that all The. cure for man. woman or chili l.I l.
: the water front on the Hnlifax Riv.-r. Three minutes walk to stores, (post-
offlcw and'Vardt: Fast TOM Volusia county from the fact of its automobiles be shipped by water eitherto I I.. to cure the. cause-the. Liiinryupoan'.H !
and Cement in StOl,1
}{allway and Orange being in good shape financially, w ill not : office, churches, etc. The !Howard istn<'tly a first class house in every J
Savannah or Jacksonville, and from Kidney: Pills cure kidneys'
.111.1.14-I Btod Mill.Atlantic Coast line Ity..Ia)mile.south or JackionTlll. suffer as those counties will which haveno the latter point, also by water to IV- Turf all form of kidney. HiinVrinii- :1s respect at moderate prices. THE TABLE A SPECIALTY. orthf'm.Under 2
tin- lest tinmarket affords.
cooking, the cuh-x.-ptiunally g.J.I.
Sanford '. school funds on hand. Many of thotcounti..s Line. Ik Land i is I). it.
Kalamatoo.on HrMicbf the K F': ( It; Land vis the Chile uytuuat tcxtiinoiiy priH ?
: the direct iounIf tinproprietor.. The house has every modern conj j
will be to close} their
compelled F. M H. Fairview aitntif. ,
only twenty-five miles from Daytona \\P. j jfWrVr. *
Phone 83 R. J. MALBY, Manafjer. schools indeed doing : teniencexnJimproveneut. large veranda and pagoda and is surrounded 1C
4 I some an now co.K. and the County Commissioners tlf0- Da}tuna, Fl.i. says : "Sly mother hat I well'entilatet.l.. .
lawns anllSt".J. tos. is dry and I
.......................... .. ................. .....1 1 IIIMU County han put the twt'nttin'I' rived, KidiH-y 1'11I..ff and l on for several ;( by *
: the
For to proprietor
Morris and nicer Miss I i Kllen: miles: t>f road between. the: two points in >ear and f..-l Is that a.a safe nnd celiac( terms appl *

Willi.m1, and her friend. Miss Marvfineher'tt I'splendid condition 1"0 that automobiles. I.I.- rnu-l\ for the iiirnplainti they are | JOHN C. HOWARD. f

all of Toronto. (Canada, be boat direct eland, ,l to tine clay cannot l lit t'l1'IIt-d.
sent to
by -.ii
....1....1......1.1.....tN1.+O+. ..OH/O.O.......IO can .
; arrived Saturday, and are Ix-ateil and thence driven to Pay tuna. this T'"llIItwt. cannot lie I>ilj.1 l in their favor. : rrrjYYrYSXX>FFYXkItaxXYYx.rssrrsrasYSrss.Yarrrrrr..k

Fairview avenue. and if automobile are flipped to
i getting a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Hoof: a Hot Air Furnacv, J 1 1i Savannah, they can be driven over the Foter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, X. Y., Iesgt'nt.i I Ii
i Mrs. Jacob Reese and aunt. Miss 1 for the United SUtes.I'emember I I OTTO A. SPIES
Savannah to I> tons, al-
road from a}
or any of the other metal nri-esMtifs required to complete) a modern. Rindlaub of Shaion Hill Mibutb I I
t j a I the road is poor for nearly the entire the name--Uoan's-and

i dwelling remember. that j j of Philadelphia, arrived Thursday distance, which is about 170 miles. take no other. i 107 North Beach Street
and Mrs. Heese's
jt night are occupying will intfr-
Suihatrip, prove

i I C. NASH a SON I 1 1I avenue.S.winter .residence on South Pal met ti ing roads, and movement help to build, which up is the now the strung good in Dr. lIt.'nr.ok, nephew of Mrs '' Upholsterer, Mattress Maker and

I DAYTONA. FLA. H. Go\e's new shop on Yolusia Georgia and Florida. William Ronald: and one of llinne- .

avenue on winch work was commenced Just as soon as the committee at I>-ij- njolii'nio st hiiccessful physicians : Carriage Trimmer.

are best prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices. t a week ago Saturday was tona have finished their work of raiding has: been sending a few days with

completed even to the locking of the funds entry blanks, with a complete his mother at the Pincers U&ena, Materials
Line Upholstery
General repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory. he with the A Full and Complete
The and pleased was I
I the doors Saturday afternoon. I lift of events, will begotten out by W. so

Phone 53. Out of town work solicited. building, which is somewhat larger J. Morgan Thoroughfare HuiKIing lovely Peninsula that he thinks of First Class Work. Prompt Delivery.

than the one burned makes a much Broadway and 7lh Street, New York returning with his family who are
.*.....>.........>.>.....,...>.....>...N better appearance than the old one City. now in Richmond. Ya. I 1..1 I

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.: : )1)11I0LLY When the day and hour came 'round One more Palmetto Club day has Fire at an early hour Tuesday destroyed
( HOLLY HILL ) for the ale of the water works bonds passed, and a very delightful one, too. five buildings in Midway, one of ........ .N................... ..................

the bond trustees were gratified to find The afternoon was in charge of the the colored settlements of Daytona, entailing : J. B. GARRI80N i

quite a number of big financiers ready Civic Department, They wore fortunate loss of
a property approximately : .
HILL, Jan. 15-Mr. and A close examination of electrical -
WITH and anxious to float the bonds and at in securing Mrs. Caroline Bartlett .
; : $ 000. The buildings: destroyed were I
Mrs. Wm. Clegg, her son and brother, : work finished and charged for
arrived from Michigan to spend the satisfactory figures. If anybody had Crane of Kalamazoo, Mich., to address Williams' Hall the lower floor of which from this shop flhobo... squarely i
misgivings as to the credit of Day. the club as well as lecture in the even .s
any was occupied by Adams' drug store, : t i
winter at their home here.Miss ii I and honorably we transact ourbusiness. :
tuna, her ability to meet any future obligation ing. Mrs Crane is a delightful speaker, Odum's meat market and Stripling's t :
of Sharon Electrical
YTONt Blanche Davenport repairs receive +
she may assume, let him now with a particularly plpa..irr'oirl" that barber :
Mass came on Sunday to stay with her shop, a dwelling( in the rear of penal attention. Those
mother and brother. Mrs. Kaylor and and forever disabuse hU mind of such could be heard distinctly in all parts of the hall, the building adjoining on the : \\ employ us never worry about i.'ho i.
K K KPev. erroneous notion. Daytona'a credit isA1 the room. She spoke specially on the
4 also Mrs. cast owned by J. A. Jackson, as well as :
son are visiting Davenport.Mr. our charges!, and they know before
; the waterworks will be pushed subject of .beautifying the schools and a willing 1 : and meat market owned by :
I). II. Mutter reached home Blitch returned home Friday. engaging us that our workmanship : ,
through to completion as speedily as is school grounds, and of interesting the
; from Miami where he the same |leersole were devoured by the
Tuesday' morning James Johnson, for some time our i will be the bet>t.
consistent with thoroughness of construction children in growing and caring for plants
conflagration. Next to this was dwelling i
was in attendance on the St. Johns mail ('arrJt'rll'ft on Tuesday for Baltimore 1
the bonds will be taken and flowers, also in helping to keep, not
; up owned) by A. Clements which was
A. River conference of the M. E. church, Md. Mr. Johnson has resided i
of that one by one on schedule time; the High only the school yard, but the whole burned.! Another house owned by Mr. a Daytona Electric Co. :
acting as secretary body. here during the last four years. .
School bonds will likewise be quickly town neat and lean. Clements was torn down to the +
Mr. RutUr has also been returned to Amongst the visitors were Mr. and stop t .
snapped and as surely paid off and She spoke of the work other club '-rr-i :232 South Reach? Street.
up of the fire. : ;
be the wt-ep
Daytona, which will good news to Mrs. A Milligan and Mrs. II. P. Bran :
incinerated the dates of their matur- were doing-how the clubs of Kalamazoo
many friends whom he and his excellent uing. as The origin of the fire is unknown. It :........N......N..N......+.+N...................
rtill 'round.Practically employed visiting nurses to look
wife have made both within and outsideof f ity was diM-oveml in the upper story of
the church circle. everybody has an abiding after the very poor, and the school chile William' I nan.( and as an entertainmenthad
faith in the onward march of Daytonato dren-and suggested the Palmetto Club
Rev. C. E. Parsons is transferred to been held! there the evening previous -
( PORT greater wealth, greater beauty greater make a start along the same line. it i.s presumed thlthe fire Every Stetson bear. the Stetson name
,. Eustis and Rev. W. I.. Barze is appoint. ORANGE ) wasstarted
and greater Nothing The music was in charge of Mrs. Rohannon.
popularity -
power. by
a cigar
stump. I
ed to fill the vacancy thus created at We don't have to stand and
in the of the has and it is seldom is
Daytona: Beach. Reverend Rutter is perhaps history city emphasized one privileged In imuning nn lcctrio light wire to induce a man to select
t i personally! acquainted with Rev. Bar:e Mr. Porter of Daytona, father of the the confidence not only of the to listen to more beautiful singing. Marshal John Myers received a shock argue a
elder of the St. Johns Confers citizens but the confidence of the Mrs Church "An Old Riddle "
t ; and speaks: in the highest terms of rim presiding sang which dislocated one of lib shouldersand
I both as a man and a minister of th s ence, bought of W. C. Howes, our real business world, in her sure footing and and for an encore, "All For You" Mrs. burned his neck. Mr. Myers says StetsonHat

I ; gospel. state dealer, the Maley lot, on Orange triumphant march to greater prosperitythan Church and Mrs. Bohannon charmed Manager .itinn(: of the electric light

Rev. and Mrs. flutter had for their street, and Contractor A. E. Mason is has the taU- of. the water works their audience with a duet, "Carmena," plant, told him the current had been l f, ,1 rtZ

guests, Tuesday, Bishop Earl Cranston building him a cottage on it bonds. their encore being"A Flight of Clouds." turned' ofT, which! he thinks must have

J and Mrs. Cranston who were en routefrom Mrs J. C. Xokes, of Cleveland, Ohio, The avidity with which they were Mrs. Church, Mrs. Bohannon and Miss !been a mistake Mr. (;unn, says, however

} k Miami where Bishop Cranston w arrived last week and is: at The Illinois. napped| up at a good premium guarantees Hallett tang two trios, (a) Row 1's that there is no question about the

,1 ... presiding bishop of the St. Johns HiI \'asr Mrs Needham and her father arrived a similar scramble for the school S\\'iCtly-Campana. (b) "Joys of matter as the current had certainly He usually knows all about it before

conference, to their home in Washing Ycdnesday( and are in their cottage, bonds which will soon come upon the Spring,"-Geeble. They were all b liwn turned off and it was only the he comes in, and all we need

I ton, 1>. C., where he is resident bishop. foot of Herbert avenue. market, and it will not surprise the beautiful one could not make a choice strong induction current which affected t e to do is to have the style

r t. Mr. and Mrs. Rutter took Bishop and CapL Fozzard has sold to a Mr. BreLs- G ,z. t -N'ews to see the school bonds We would like to grow personal,and tell Marshal l f) 1 he wants, and

t" Mrs Cranston on an automobile tour of ford: his lot on the river shore. bring a handsome premium. It's a good, how beautiful each charming singer The burned buildings stood in a thickly oucande

f r Daytona and they were both delighted Sunday Mrs. Patillo accompanied her safe proposition, and as there are scores looked, and bow they made us think of I populated section of Midway, and the ,; ;C. =,: ndufon

t, I with the city's beauty and the bishop uncle, W. P. Robinson, to New Smyrna, of capitalists in Daytona with boardings the flowers and birds of which they so prevention of the spread of the fire i is +ra'C i it, we are

declared it to have been one of the returning in the afternoon. here anti there it would Loa capital idea sweetly sang and how the trio in their largely due to the efforts of Justice ready.We .

greatest days of his life. So pleased Mr. and Mrs. Supper, of Somonauk, for them to form a little pool and put i ia in handsome gowns and picture hats, with Henry T. Titus, who took control of the e 4'J.

was he that he has decided to visit Day Ill., arrived this week and are at The (oral bid on the school bonds colors blending and harmonizing so situation, and whose efforts are highly .

tona again next winter. Illinois. The $oO,000 water works bond issue beautifully made a tableau for the eye. appreciated by the colored residents.Notice .
Mr. McGinnis and party arrived last awarded Monday go to William R. while the ear was simply charmed have the
The he has traveled
bishop, although .
Monday.Mrs. Compton Co., St. Louis, Mo at 101)). with the sweet sound. Mrs. W. H. Merrill J Stetson Soft
all over the world,finds Daytona a most and Derby
attractive place and the prettiest he hasever Bracey, of Daytonaisited Mrs. There were six bids made, ranging from as usual was a perfect accompanUt.Mrs. .' i Hats in all 1
to Tourists
seen. DuBois Sunday. par to the bid of the William H. Compton Graham Thompson announced f'l the latest

k Monday evening, January 25th, the Co. there would be an important meeting of styles
Bishop Cranston in about three weeks ladies of Grace church w ill give a Caledonian Other capitalists who made bids were the literary Department, on Monday
!' time will leave for where he will 1
Europe entertainment in Hidge wood hall. C. Il.Cotlin, Chicago, S50.G51. afternoon, at 3 o'clock.A Phone 2. 1 'I. B. AUI/TMAN. Beach St. '
all annual M. E. conferences
y preside at It( will be something new for this part of The Security Savings Bank and Trust meeting of the Civic Departmentwas
l I IF 'lJU want tlu best Oranges
heM the j very
during year. Florida and we hope that all will be Co., Toledo, 0. $->0,5.>0. called for 2 o'clock, Friday afternoon We gltetotet III the Plnno 'oiit.-st.

present who can come. Otis* Hough, Cleveland, O., $50,128. to meet Mrs. Crane, and decide on 'I: applytnl'ointCmveandthePedland : ----- ----

John Xuvecn & Co.. $47.500. this firm a plan of work 'i! : Indian Hirer Orange, the best '. .'

$ YACHT CLUB to furnish the lithographed bonds, and The afternoon closed with a social I in the State, situated 11 miles south

Ie LORION ) any further procwdi to the city i in hour, during which refreshments wete'' from Daytona on the Daytona and I

the issuing of the bonds without expenseto served. i New mJr.ra rani.PRICES THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY
ELECTION.KKK the city. This last proportion was Mrs. Jefferson and Mrs. Potter were

regarded: as practically a par bid the bo&tesaes of the day. .
bliss I
: Mary Simrell, and a friend from
The bids were opened at 2 o'clock II MODERATE.
Rollins College, were guests at the opening I
dinner at The Ormond Wednesday yesterday afternoon in the presence of I i will deliver gasoline without
The annual election of officers of the noon. the hood Committee, composed of }o'. N. fAutomobile tires and inner tubes FERD mm PROPRIETOR. )

t Halifax River Yacht Club held at the F. M. Loomis, daughter Maud, and Conrad F. 1>. Spring, E W. Green, D. vu'cinizeJ at Oliver's garage i I f for
1). and Win who any charge delivery at ,1
club house: Wednesday night resulted as friend Mr. 1I01<'Ol11h, of Connecticut arrived Rogers Atwood express
follows: Friday. them.It cs as pleased with the ertTAMot J

Commodore-Major A B. Foster. Miss Francis Thompson, who has been result. o ;. i any point in Daytona, Sea .

Vice Commodore C. Thomp.o.on.PresidentSo spending the holidays with her grandparents Now that the sale of the bonds i is assured Just as
II. Co\'e.: Mr. the contract for the construction a breeze
and Mrs. Milligan, has returned Daytona Beach Or-
t 'Crt'tary-II. (!. Hunnewell. to Washington, where she i.s attending of the waterworks system will be let in ,
Treasurer-F. N. Conrad. about two weeks and the much-needed

Trustees E. T. Conrad, Dr. P. 11. Dr. S.Mt.W.Vernon Francis Seminary.was in town lat much-diseussed water works plant will They Grow'The rl'' IND rol11it i mond or Fort t Orange. Quality ,

Bennett, S. M Bullard. Louis Adler week. begin to crystahze into definite, tangible r

fi G. H. Clark. By the cannon reports Sunday iii;ht form. Finest Canned Coop in the World and quantity guaranteed. '

"l Regatta Committee W. Blymyer, we knew that J. Anderson had arrivedin It is pretty generally conceded, since 40 VARIETIES STYLES TIN&fit A8
T. B. Collins. X. A. Lewis, X. II. Clark, town. all the facts are known, that the Bond i Call Office 1'hone 128

k George Courvobier.Investigating Mr. and Mrs Trustees wenwise in their purchase of
celebrated FRUITS
Colby their Right off the Trees !
1, Ct.mmittt'e-nf'O., F. 39th wedding anniversary Wednesday the sight they chose. The tract is on Mills Transfer 77 1

Smith, C. E Gardiner II. (e. Hunne- evening Many friends the south side of Magnolia avenue, at). i
were present Warehouse ;
; and report a pleasant time. joining the F. E. C. Ry. on the west, (GO(
Committee Dr. W A. Cove; George Moore, who was expecting to and comprises three acres.A VEGETABLES Fresh from the Farm i Kerosene Oil Delivered by Tank Wagon. ;

A. II. Schmidt, F. J. Xiver. open The Grenada, was railed home unexpectedly good building on the grounds is immediately -

Mt'aSurt'rn. P. Merrill. by the illness of his little I availalle, which will serve to Z Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils.
-----r------- daughter. facilitate the construction of the waterworks FISH Wriggling from the Water.

The Frederica made the first ; that vicinity furnishes the fullest i....NN.M........ .
trip of .. ....... .... +q.....N.
INSTALLATIONOf the season to St. Augustine Thursday. possible flow of water: it is central, and

: H. J Waters, the young man who is has other desirable features to recommend FINEST CANNED IN THE WORLD

; looking after Anthony's intend at this it.Citizens. lOUR
place, is getting the store in tip-top of Daytona should feel immensely OG VARIETIES IN TIN AND OLASS. FOUR CARDINAL PRINCIPLES:
f ; OFFICERS. shape| to supply/ the Ormond hotel guest gratified at the happy results

with the "t'tIf gent's furnishings. I so far accomplished, and they will hail .

KKK with pleasurethe promptest action consistent FOR SALE BY ) ABSOLUTE
SAFETY Insured ;
Episcopal Church, with thorough work and judicious lv
At the meeting of Live Oak Chapter, I ------ ..t
No. I. Order Intern Star, lie d at Masonic St. Mary's, Dayt..naSt'n and expenditure, in carrying out the L. G. LYMAN.
work entrusted to them. .
Hall, Tuesday night, the following; sermon 11.-00 a. m. Music by vested I i Capital S100XX()() ) >
male choir. I -- -
olfirer were installed:
Worthy Matron-Mrs. Malnl Williamson Grace Church, Port Grange.-Service MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION OF Surplus $250,000 I

: and sermon 2 00 p. m. NUAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION.I. AN-I $ Fine Leather Seat

Worthy l'atron-Jamf'S Carnrll. Grace Church New Smyrna-Sen ire H i It. Seaman, Mayor of the 1.98 Stockholders Liability $100,000()()()

Associate Matronfrs KatharineSmith. and sermon' 4:00: p. mAll Daytona, Fla. do bto .b\, call the regular
I seats free. Strangers& wekome.Announcement. annual election to lie held/ at the City a Dining Room Chair Actual security to depositors $4 450,000: (
Hall on the tenth (loth) day of Februar.r -
Strr 'tary-A. 11. Carter. 15HI9. at which election tW .|ualihd :
Trvusurer-Mrs. Ida A. Peck ) electors of the Cit'ill cant their BeautiM in design: with cracifut panel back Made of quarter-sawed NOTE:-This Bank is Number
koliJ oak wit a hands me r''',:l-n li., h.IwMy; polished. Crate leather scat One on the "Hn.r (11,11"of: j'
Conductress-Mrs. Agnes M. 'eateanAssotiateGmduttressMrs. ballot for tie. election of the following box frame cun'trucputt. t rl;ruh leg* The. race a possible only because -
.: I hereby announce my candidacy for II(h.Y'f a: ol our immense m3n.,13cturanot( |ju.i iti; fee chair exclusively, turning National Hanks in Florida: and No. 187 in the whole
Anna Oh tine for out chair ol all \lads! in such quantities that we can rat out the
.l. Chaplain-Mrs. Martha II. Carter the otlice of City Assessor, subject to the One M.iyor.Clerk: for one one year year; ; dealer' profit and sell direct. tj ;you at MholcMle. United States, among over sixty. eight hnmlrr.1 National

\ S) ': Mat>hal-Mrs. Ida Maley. approval of the voters on the 10th day On Assessor, for one year: exactly You run we no rrl'l'nt.'ou chance,fur we give+ave your ct money least back one: if dollar every chair!. three!Is not Hank a.
STAR 1'OINTS. of February, and respectfully ask the One Collector, for one year; and get better satisfaction. Chars fur dinins-rooci. parlor bed-room
porch, kitchen lawn. !More, fl.kes. -and o'hvr ,
I TI"t'a..unor 'or every ne from the
: Ada-Mrs. Carrie Mabbette.Huth support of all good citizens one year; most elecant to the! plainest! All kmJt ol wood.M' IIlfhr: lIt styles.
-Mrs Celeste' llinla. W. H. EIHfOXI> OX. Thnelemliern of the ('etc Coum-il, for CW.l.5.. vend for cnr IMKC IHu tr,t.-.t ..laIOOM" a".| ipn Ul Clirtftmu* liit that CONSERVATISMProven
: : an. frll.I.. ,,,... .
two all
(2)) .lw'lIt Uirm
( and
years; the |.i t-t t' tt UT von K l maser un
.- Esther Mrs. Edith Shoemaker. -- One .Mt;ntl>er of the City Council for r every ihair yua tuy. PH-.J fir It l.4.j ..r... 1:'I tors(ire va r"lc.

Martha-Mrs. Annie Heath. Building: Lots For Sale. one (D) year, to fill the unesplred I term FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORY Bridge and Monroe Sl", Jachonwm., Fla.pOR by our S1rrt'tIoantI our frluf-Itiflln.

Elf'rta-1Irs. Grace Thomason.WardenMrs. -I:: offer for sale lots :2 anti:3, llork of lit't; ). II. dark, resigned; ;
" .. :3 One member of the City Council, for SpREJEAUNG!
Sarah llerman.I Colemau's addition to Daytona. ont 1. year to fill the unexpired term ;

I 'ntinel-t'Orgt'; F Smith. These are among the most desirable of K. L Shear resigned: MORETHANA flUIER OFA CENTURY Ask
There were two minion to the OntSi-hool Trusts, for tine ((1)) year, our patrons.COURTEOUS .
vacant lots left on Ridgewoodavenue. to till the uD"'l'lnMl term of 0. H. Ludwig
tion.The Lodge by applications and one by dec A fine location for a nice ouch\\ho eleetion.failed to qua1ifU John L.\. Lymb. J. M. We Have been .su.ppliiY\g: tie. T TRATMEN[ :1

Grand Matron of the State, Mrs. home For prices address tf Carson and W. B. ChUtenden shall avta needs of MacKiner Ll e"s.

!f I, Jeannette 11 GretruT of Jaclst n\ille, Guy S. Brown, Central Lake, .Mich.cBest act Inspectors an litrk.Pone| and D. I U. Rogers shall We carry ell o..rge stof 1( of Open an account n itl.: Kf nr:.? Vl utj AR:, ri..ate ifFIRST "'!
will make an official visit to Live OakChapter
under hand and the seal of PORTABLE ..
my A :> rAT'01'A' Y EN Gift ES"BoIL-
on Friday, January 22nd.
value in the City uf Daytona and io purauaiKeof
f town. Cheap six ..
a resolution of the City CouDcll ofsaid reIwooaW0.k.w Nachir\- NATIONAL t t : BANK: -
room furnished
I cottage ready to live City pared iVcemUtr 28. 1W8. e.rJ, so-s of sill K.redsBelt.aa ; ,
Adolph M. Jaebde, the piano tun- in; bath, laundry hot and cold This 30th day of Hwvmt, IJH)8. QYR C !!4114"TIEE &eFSa.Lf r 1Utt "ls."t'Ie
er, will be in Daytona during Jan water, cement basement. Ask any Attest' : U. B. SKAMAN, w..TC r0. CATA.e
uary. Orders for tuning may be real estate agent. P. R. Bennett. Mayor of Dajtooa. fBY COMPANY ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
A. U< F. P
left at THK STII uu i. tf. tttw TTKK. Wf" nK S1; ,
(skit] CJty Clerk. ATLANTA OA!



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The many friends here of Mrs. J. i J. B. Case was in the city from .... ..............44......._.44..............+++: I '

M. Garland will regret to learn that I Port Orange Tuesday.)

she is seriously ill with which pneumoniain 1 B. K. Watson, of Milwaukee, is | Seabreeze and Daytona Beach. I tli rmsSORNE .

she New recently York returned City, to from Daytona place stopping at Wm. B. Reed's at Daytona -

Beach. AIRS. H. A. BERNARD Editor. Ii ,
with her daughter. Miss 0. R. Gar : ,

land. Mr. and Mrs. James Carnell were AAA TTT... T...-..-.. ....:.... AAA&'rT. rTTTT"'T.T YYT TYY.. T
Daytona visitors from Ormond,
Seed Beans-Fresh. I Tuesday afternoon and evening. SEABREEZE, Jan 13.-Major Russell sula, is here again this season,a guest at

Before the next issue of the Ga- Hankins, The Druggist.Mr was enjoying his front porch 'ester. The Pinehurst. Sanitary Plumbing Heating andVentilating.

zette News Xmas 1908 will hare and Mrs. A. A. Roberts have Graham Thompson has had a gal- day. He says he feels quite like a boy Mr. and Mrs. Campbell of Illinois are ,

ami We it has vanized iron awning erected along for 78 years old. the late .
come gone. are sure removed from the Giles liven among comers. They are pleasantly
been the most satisfactory in a business -I: house Ridgewood avenue to the the front of the Opera House Block. Pro A. T. Bigelow is having the east located in rooms at the Bishop i
on end of his lot cleared in order to ttt an '
way in I the history of Daytona. I A G. Carter place on Beach street E. C. Dunn, of the firm of Dunn orchard to and apartment house, Seabreeze avenue. 1
I trees grapefruit.
Yes we have had our share and wish I Kingston. Mrs. Roberts' mother, Brothers, who has been at Tampafor Other improvements orange are being made, I Mr. and Mrs. Austin,who are temporarily .

you all a Merry Xmas anil a prosperous I Mrs. A. G. Carter, is over from several days, returned Friday. at the Bishop house, will move
such as laying a front walk and finishing I I
New Year. Very truly yours, Hastings for a visit with Mr. and Into their new cottage on the 20th. f
L. II. R.IWE & ('n., The Jewelers.J. Mrs Roberts. t Pictures framed to order at interior decorating, making in sum total The boat party which Included Mr.
fames Novelty Store. New mould- the needed touches to a very artistic and I Complete Gas Plants Installed.
Mortimer :Smith; has his and Mrs. Thomas Beach Roscoe Beach
FoR REST-Furnished!' cottage. lug just received. complete home.
and Mrs., D. C. Young and daughter, i
the Honda on the ways at the Dr. P. R. Bennett. tf )I. L. Waggoner has purchased a lot i
Root dock) being overhauled. M.! Aultman left Wednesday afternoon on Halifax and University J louleardnd Virginia, returned Sunday afternoon ; Plumbing and heating Supplies.

I Dr. and Mrs. Burdick and children for Miami where he was from a week on the waters. The cruise .

6Mills' Lunch js now open. who have been occupying Dr. summoned on the federal grand jury. this is spring having This it cleared property for lies a building on the was very pleasant one, entirely without Brass and Qalv. Pipe and Fittings.
NorthRulgewood untoward incident accident from
W. P. angworth's cottage on or
Mrs. George Dozier (cam.? O\'cr' opposite from the Armstrong II
l avenue for several Wm. B Reed and I B. K. Watson corner start to finish
from Orange City Monday and is left last evening for Isle of Pines block. which is also being cleared for the
Mr. and Mrs.[ W. F. Glue weeks have departed for their homeat Mrs. Hunter and little son are spending -
visiting The Reeds have several of erection of two cottages.Halifax .
tracts Fairbanks & Morse\ &
on Ivy Lane. Milton, Wis., Dr. Burdick leaving a while on Seabreeze avenue Engines Pumps.
and Mrs. Burdick and land in the Isle. avenue lacks about a block ofonnection '
Monday Mr. Hawley had an evening at the I
|Seed nEanht'b.... children joining him in Jacksonville L D. Pitcher, Charles Walters (' with the Ormond shell road. Peasant borne of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.Kt.nnry Niagara Hydraulic Rams.
Hankins, The Druggist.W. Mrs. Burdick is cousin The council has intruded that this
Tuesday. a
and made
Henry Piepgras a fishing Tuesday, and the family and a
sandy strip be temporarily covered with
D. Brad&haw returned Tuesday of Dr. Langworthy. trip to the Inlet Thursday, in theatter's pine straw for the convenience of auto- number of frk-nds enjoyed a musical ; Ireland Pipe Wrenches.

from a business trip toDeLaml. ;For sale .or rent, unfurnished launch, "Aegiudieus. mobile driving. evening. Mr. Hawley was trying out

Mr. Bradshaw went over to the cottage on Ivy Lane new. Easy some of his new January records. !
E. S. Hall is engaged in makingsome The Italian grass is quite a success as
county seat on Sunday. terms. tf Conrad Real Estate Co. alterations and improvementsin a winter sod, especially during rainy The little Ballough boat, occupied by

JJRhode Island Eggs in settings;. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Bennett arrived the interior arrangements of theJ. seasons B. Woodward's) river front belonging Lonnie and to Emmett C. A. Kenney Sims,, occupied and the one by I JOE OSBORNE The Plumber

13, or by 100. W. J. HARMXG. 32-3? Saturday night; from Boston, E. Price residence on Orange are. home is a pleasing instance, and the the Courtney brothers, collided Sunday ,
Clarendon grounds and those of its numerous -
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Crews who Mass and will spend the winter Richard Jones of Petosky, Mich., afternoon to detriment of both. Mr.
It will be
have been visiting their son, L. ft. here. Mr. Bennett is a son of Cap- who has been with R C. Adams at cottage. interestingo Ccnney's boat had been on the ways at hoe 96 II Avenue
note how it stands the Orange
Crews of Kingston left Wednesday tain and Mrs. S. Bennett, proprietors the Sanitary Barber Shop, left Wed- summer sun. the Root dock for some time and had J

for their home at Genoa. of the The Tourist, on South nesday for Miami where he has a position The town council met in adjourned just been launched and was turning to I :

Palmetto avenue. Three or four in the Elks shop. session Monday night in regard to letting start down ri\erwheu it lost or broke I :1' fi' :

Up-to-date moulding for room years ago Mr. Bennett held a posi- some street contracts.Mrs. its steering gear at the psychologicalmoment

decoration at Rimes' Novelty Store.) ,tion in the railroad telegraph officeere. &FIIR SALE-Hard wood, box 441. Pierson and daughter, Miss Tier- that the small boat, which had

\ In Boston he has been in the J. P. Braddock, $2.75 per strand son, joined Mr. Pierson and Miss Wini- been helping in the launching,started to An Elegantly Appointed Small Hotel Two Blocks from Depot.

Mrs F .E. Bond, of Do Land, and efuploy of the Postal Telegraph and delivered.Rev. fred at the Cherokee cottage, after a ross its path in an opposite direction. STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHTS, LARGE VERANDAS, LAWN
her neice. Miss Dorothy Storm of AND SHADE TREES.
Catle Company. day's delay in jacksonville Quite a hole was knocked in the little
Willoughby, Ohio were the guests of C. E. Parsons pastor: of the
Daytona friends this week. :J Collars 2 cents, all style of shirts Daytona Beach M. E. {church left Miss Bertha Wicking is guest at the boat'o'hl( b filled so rapidly that the THE ISLINGTON I '

10 cents, with work left and called here Thursday for Eustis. to which home of Miss Lou Ott and enjoyed the bon barely got to the dock with it. : ,

Turkey dinner every Sunday at for at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf place he was appointed at the recent Greater Minstrels last night. Tho Lpworth leaguers began a series Mis. J. R. PARKINSON, I'RorRUTOI.:

The Howard. tf Miami conference. of cottage prayer meetings at the home 18 South Ridgewood Ave., Daytona, Florida. .-'

Ed. G. Weaver, who is visitinghis Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Barnard and Mrs. David Karick returned last SEABREEZE, Jan. 14.-Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Grant last night. ....................,..................... .
daughter, Miss Edith, who have In. A. B. Clark. who re-leased theQen-
)parents, Mr. and Mrs. Weaver, l been visiting Mr. and Mrs. E M.! week from a two weeks' visit with ................*..... .. .......... ...+.......
wood. moved out of the hotel yesterday
on North RiJgewooJ, expects to Condit, left Monday for St. Petersburg her sons and daughters at Miami find will spend the winter with Mrs. I -I
leave next week for his home at Go to
Ainswnrth Neb. where Mr. and Mrs. Barnard and is again at home with Mr. Kar- lorehee Johnson at her river front THE MESS
I I will remain during the balance of ick on Beach street Kingston. I
home. Mr. and Mrs. Bowie who

Piano for sale, nearly new. J.L. the season. Miss Barnard will visit John K. DuBois and his son, Ed- eased the house, take possession today. ; CONRAD GROCERY CO. I Ifor

ODL-M. tf Daytona again shortly on her returnto ward DuBois and wife, friends of The Glen wood is well located for winter AT THE I

Chicago to resume her duties as Clarence Merwin, arrived Monday business and will more than sustain its
Mr. and Irs./.F. C. Flint, of Syra-
instructor in chemistry in the University from Walkill N. Y. Mrs. Merwin'shome Present high standing in hotel lists under -
cuse. N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Pet (Cream) Milk 6 small! cans for 25c I .
of your
Van Meter. of Springfield, 111, are f Chicago.cPatronize place, and are located at The the management of Mr. Bowie whois ARMORY. I -

season renters with Mrs. Lizzie M.! The Stiling CityOalt'rv IViluier, on South Palmetto avenue. an experienced hotel man of Maine. to go on yourToasted .

Mauley, on First avenue S. Beach St., opposite yacht FoR RENT-Seven-room furnished Charming little Miss Margaret Farrellgave -- -- .. Corn Flakes Post Toasties i -
club. Our goods are strictly homemade a pretty tea to a number of her :
G&e the 5) and 10 cent bargain and fresh day. tf cottage, including piano and sew- young friends at the home of her parents Mrs. Caroline Bartlett Crane Delights :
every Puffed Rice Wheat Berries
counter at Barnes Novelty Store.J. I hug machine. Bath, electric lights, on Halifax avenue,Saturday after- or i
327 N. Beach fifth house and Instructs a Repre- :
I A. Ilntchinson. of the firm of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Piepgras returned etc street, tf noon. Her guests were Margaret and Triscuit all at lOc each.S.
south of First .
l Hutchinson & Brittle, went over to Tuesday from their trip to avenue. lay Gamble, May and Harry Hague, sentative Audience. : i
I Palitka and Crescent City. At the Dora and Norma Williams, of Daytona, ,Yo Biscuit and 2 for 25c.
i Falatka Sunday, expecting to pur. A hunting and fishing mrty consisting ] --- ---- Quaker Oatmeal :

chase a horse at that: place and drive I latter place" they visited with old of A.: Jil1igm.: S.O.lhntl, 11.hi. and Helen Gray. The children had a I l ISITIil AMiCEr[ BAND. Cream of Wheat, Ralston Breakfast Food or i
friends Mr. Piepgrts Mrs. David time.
back to Daytona alout the middle I. Hough and J. R. Mai by, left splendid .
i of the week.Room I I Carnell and John Hawkins and fam- Thursday morning aboard the little A new cement front walk has just : Petit John at 15c each. :

ily, who- have handsome winter launch Teal, for a several days' out- been laid at the home of J. C. Biukland, Kumford Baking Powder I 25c. :
I and board for two men in homes and the latter a large orange ngat Eldora. on Valley street. Mrs.I Caroline Bartlett Crane,the noted : pound can .

I private family. P. O. Box 301.15( ) I Ii grove. Mr. Piepgras says Mr. Hawkins Miss Martha Mullett and mother, Mrs. I Civic League lecturer, was given a COT- .

i I I had navel oranges which Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hall and Miss Mullett[ Mr. and Mrs. I.uke and laugh dial welcome Thursday evening at the : The Conrad Grocery CompanyE. i

; Mrs. R. C ,Je t.t'ranll three daughters -: weighed four pounds each. Nellie Tears, of Walden, N. Y., arrived Armory, at which time an exceedingly :
ter. Antoinnette, gui-sts of Mr. and
i Misses Ruth Iubie: and Louise. I Tuesday and have rented the were !age and representative audience T. Conrad & Co's. old stand. i
Mrs" Brown for weik's cruise in the
: pent last winter in a North 'I, 5Dr. Houghton, dentist, west end Jiiggs;( house on North Ridgewood waters of the Halifax a and its tributaries occupying all available seats and a great :....................................................
Beach street cottage arrived Tuesday South Bridge Peck block, phone 32.: avenue which they will conduct as many standing, thus giving emphatic- ---
made the which
They trip, was a picnic
1 from Atlanta for the winter. a boarding house during the season ('\idrnceoftheir interest in a better, a '' '' "
:For the present they are guests at Miss Gertrude E. Shaw of Attle- occasion with no dt"ignsagaint thefiah rigger and more beautiful Daytona. It
f arrived night Two well furnished cottages for iii the Lady Lou a modern boat well
boro. Mass Saturday 's
the White House. was because of their manifest! interest in
I to take charge of the Foster & Reynolds rent, six rooms, bath hot and cold tied for all stuh occasions, and had a the city all love that the attendance was BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL L-i ,

SFllll nEST OR S\u.:-Furnished Information Bureau established water electric lights fireplace most enj'able outing. to large. Due credit, of course, is given

cottage, 107 Orange avenue, I,. D.I in the Norman S. Dayton real Orange Ave., near Ridgewood. R. While his minstrels were on parade the brilliant speaker: for nothing less

Pitcher next door east. tf estate' building on Beach street just J. 1Ialb), Bond Lumber Co. tf yesterday, or busy at the opera house
I than a star attraction would have filled J. SCHNEIDER. N. I D. Fitzgerald & Oates I
south of the poRtoflice. Miss Shaw, making arrangements for the f'v'ning8t'ntl'rtainmE'nt I i
Rev. W. L. Barze, the newly the great armory.
Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. Horn and appointed -
i a very pleasant young lady has been pastor of the M. E. church, Mr. Coburn was busy Mrs Crane was fully equal to the de- Physician and Surgeon.; : Attorneys at Law
children arrived Sunday from Sta- Company about his home street j
with the Foster & on Valley putting
pleton Staten IMand. and are againat Reynolds Daytona Beach will preach his initial iiinds of the occasion; she held the vast 302 North Ridgewood I Spttial Attention to Examining and I
for several seasons at other in a good day at tearing away unsightly 1
assemblage for nearly two hours througha
The Cedars for the was m. They I points where they conduct offices sermon in that church Sunday fences and vines and getting his front Phone 193, Dayton, Florida. Perfecting Land Titles. 1
11 1 with another a \ comprehensive discussion of the
morning at ,
have many friends in l Daytona, having and is not entire to yard ready for filling and grading. As Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.,
an stranger service at 7 o'clock in the evening.A. \"ariou" phases and shades of questions Conrad Block DAYTONA. FLA. 1
been regular winter visitors fora made and IcvIrd t G to 8: m.
'I Daytona having visited the city soon ns the fill is ground fleeting civic conditions. She heldV16).tona p. ,

number of years. previously for short intervals.For It. Michael is having: a garage new cement walk will be laid from for inspection, introspection Carr It. tandls Bert Fish
erected on the lot he recently the street. And this is a good time to Oil. d. E.: RAWL1NGS:
tS.\O.'T Uq-The ..dam Schantz purchased and a retrospection, and by various : LAND1S & HSU 1 1
Rent or Sale.-Two modern remark that the residents of Valley ,
Plant has just received a full. supply of J. D. Maley, on S. Hid e- comparisons showed what better things '
of incandescent lamps. furnished houses on Bay street, near wood avenue. Mr. Michael, who has trect, including both j peninsula towns. may Ix1 attained. : Physician Surgeon. Attorneys at Law

Beach Southern exposure. a desire been coming to Daytona for several are doing themselves credit by the stand The ladies of the Palmetto Club must 1
I Practicing In all State and Federal
Fin SU.E-Three show cases and able location. $310 each. Address seasons, is: this winter occupying the hey are making for good sidewalks, he immensely gratified nt the large out- : Office oc Volusia avenue first door Courts mil or Criminal business gtT- '
one 14-foot counter at Barnes' Novelty J. i E. Rush, Ocala Fla or any real F. W. Maley cottage on S. Palmetto front walks and well kept up premises. louring of Dajtoiia's first citizens who en careful Investigating attention.and special perfecting facilitiesfor titles. .
tfThe : west of I lank ins Pharmacy.
Store. estatengf'nt.. Daytona Fla. Iteljind Florida.
avenue. Speaking of the fine winter gardens braved the threatening elements and I
the river front C. A. Kenney's comes in poured into the Armory in such numbersas ------- 1.
On complaint of G. A. Foye Marshal :: Iaac.Stewsrt Kgford Sly
' '' white or'honorable mention." Mr. Kenney to necessitate sending for chairs by : E. L. STEWART I iIhvsician

I Vote As ItStood Thursday Evening.DAYTONA I men Myers from New arrested Smyrna two young Monday for has morning a beautiful usually garden finds, him and therewith the early the score.A feature. of the evening thoroughly : and Surgeon I STEWART & BLY !

fast and reckless driving. They 't
1 hoe and rake. enjoyed was the inspiring music by the I: Special attention to diseases: of the' Lawyers
gave bond for their appearance be- I Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office ]I I
DAYTONA I fore the Mayor Tuesday morning. E.: Weldon of the II. n. Wil-on: Co new band When it is considered that : and residence Magnolia a\enne. 3rd j; Office next door to Dank Building, "1

but forfeited the same by failureto yesterday sold to G. C. Gage, lot 8.,110.k this band was organized only a month door west of P. 0., telephone, 82. ,,! iK-Land, FloridaTI1LFS .1
Daytona High School 902,245 I'7, Daytona Beach belonging to I) D.logers. ago and that they have had but a few Offcehours5a! in. to up m.
I Halifax Rifles 612,860 I II appear. located on Palmetto a\enue. practice meetings their achievement of '
Order Eastern Star 430,010 Mrs. John W. Gardner of South --- I oft night remarkable. Theydid themselves i G. A. KLOCK
Ridgewood avenue, is critically ill proud played like professionalsand Volusia County Abstract. Investment I
Miss Maggie Morgan 89,805 I DAYTONA BEACH! Jan. 1-: lr. and Surgeon
and not expected to survive very ('honedthcnibilves: capable of nearly } Physician and Title Insurance Company.
I and Mrs. Painterand Mr*. Hunimell ar-
Miss Jean Frances Conrad 85,775 much longer. Mrs. Gardner is a my undertaking. While the applauseasfpontamous f Special attention given to l'I'4. a-" of I AI..trlte'I' fu'nlshed and titles perfect'tl
40,650 arrived from the north and have taken of (iIa'-". office I ( Map I'lM. Slid Blue Print. supplied. -
Baptist Parsonage daughter of Mrs. Bartola IVvtti, of \\ and sincere it would the Kyeand Klttlo .
It l'y
Edith: Brush for the season hours Ife-rt EIsh Pr.Carey -
cottage > onire I
I Colored Industrial School 25,865 Ponce Park and a niece of Mn have 1 been much more generous had orerOlobeclothing store: ansi Trc, Opposite oiusla
of Oak I T to s a. in. 1 to 3:00 p. ni..T In in' p. III. : lOtuS ISlAnd, Fla.
Miss Mary Jute 15.230 Troy, of the Troy House. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Turner every body known that the boys were so IA YTU,.A. KI.A. l'O'1
Daytona Institute ... ... .oo" ... ... 925 I Park, near Chicago, 111., arrived Monday recently organized: and had had so littlepractice. ---- -- -- -- --- -- -- ---

Miss McCann 700 Li\ERT FOR S.LE-My[ time is so and have taken one of the Stewart M. JOSIE ROGERS M. I D. I 1). I ). & C. /-\. ROGERS

I Miss Rose McDonald ... ... ... ... .... 500 fully occupied wilh my Del.and business cottages north of the Sea>ide Inn. It wa a half hour late when the President -

OLTSlDfi OP DAYTONA that I desire to sell my livery Mrs. M. r.anglin, of Macon, Ga"! is of the Palmetto Club, Mrs. M. 1 !lomeopathic 1 >}hysician Civil I Engineers I

business at Seabreeze. The business registered at the White House. I IV Cantillon! Stillman, introduced in a 'I
\Vilman's House 101,180 4 No 4.V3 North Beach Stre t. f DAYTONA and
Opera consists'of what i is! known as Offices (
I Seabreeze High School 57,975 the St.aLleAddress W. Silas P. Hubbell, New York; S. B. few chosen words the distinguished Office Hours, 12:30( to 2:30: and GOO : (MIAMI, FLA. .
"Haigh hubbell and wife, N Y.j speaker. Mrs. Crane caught the eye and 4 .
Champlain ; to 7:30.Telephone:
M. E. Parsonage, Daytona Beach 57,283
I C. Cannons, DeLand, Fla. LWtf I"Y"'h' Office; Established: 1875 I
Kingston School. 45,875 Miss Soltz, Mew York are recent arrivals ear from tht.'ery first. Of a pleasingaddress No. 122. 1 _

Seabreeze Congregational Church 39.295 Dr. D. D. Beekman left Friday at the Seaside Inn. a clear, penetrating yet musical : '"

Miss Alice Daugherty, Daytona Beach 28,720 : Washington, I), D., arton.panietl .- Mr. and Mrs. Bailey recent arrivals voice that reaches to the farthest ends I: Private 1 Hospital I

Miss Elsie Coates, Daytona Beach 21,355 by his brother-in-law Irving from the north, have taken the lit! >bard of the hall, she launched upon her theme Daytona II

Miss Lillian F. Stewart, Daytona Beach 9,640 : Newcomb and R It!I. Adkins of new beach cottage for the season. with little preliminary. She quotedyettmlav'.s : and Sanitarium I '

Miss Margaret Freeman Daytona Beach 5.035 I: Jacksonville, who has been with Dr. Mr. and Mrs C. E. Johnson and Mr! Daily News in which it was : and:very care fart of 1IIt'tIlC'alalid ills for ht'rflllt'r luriilml treiitnu-ni coa *.,..,
Miss Jennie Murray, New Smyrna 4,320 Beckman during his illness. MrNewcomb pointed out that Haytoncould and Klectrlcal: appliances.! tmlnd nurMquiet -
R M. Mallery had a pleasant! : afternoonat .urrounOtngs. ))4jwcIfti l attentionplven I III
I Miss Ruby Spaulding Daytona Beach 2,540 : makes his home i i'>. Washington Port Orange Tuesday. would approach within a stone's throw :I toall. pntlent. TVrtiM. cm a|>pnnation. >
would >o 45: $ 13.-a.hSt. I'aytoua.
Miss Sallie Holland Daytona B.ach. 2,740 : where he holds a position in of paradise if only the people : l'r.O. A. KMK'K ,
He,". I:. Parsons returned I Monday
C. toward that erd .In ('barge.DR. .
Ormond School 260.1 t '. the_ Census Bureau. Dr. E. L work Physician
I I. .n afternoon from Miami, whenlie was in its inability I
: The Daily : regrets
............................................. I Stewart says that Dr. Beekman is attendance at the M. K. Annual Con address and at It-ast '
the GOV1
very much improved and that rest ference.DAYTONA. review features.pointout The Daily \\ A. : II DR A. O'NEILLOSTEOPATH I
its most striking
and change of scene is all that is
in all that I Dentist
News most heartily concurs
...............................................1I ... t neeeled to complete his full recovery BEACH, Jan. 14.-The was said about beautifying the water I
.1 I,
I Goon: FOR VOTES t Fritz Thayer, the erstwhile popular -: foundation work i is being done on a new front. .s to the matter of public! parks OTlce: Corner Ul.lgennoa aiul Vftlwd .\& tnOn Building,

I office man <.f the Colonnades residence which is going up on Valleystreet that has ne\rr appealed so strongly to 50Ilf.atf.t Str"t't.I's.I .
-IN THE- south f.f the Bleekman ptoperty, thi- New since the whole city is so park-
!I hotel and quondam war correspondent i like. The writer recalls the thrill of delight PHONE S'JROY
ent, severed his connection with for Mr. Kittrcdge. The contract was it t he exirit( need when he first saw -- I
BUS & SAFFOun co. A. E. Mason. The house will be a and stood Ridgewood aenu -
that and is devoting to Daytona on
I big hostelry now two-story,substantial and commodious "* facing. \"olu..i"i; then again lookingout ) HOWE. ,%\. I D- II. GO'IArdiitect :
himself assiduously to a couple
PIANO (1 X >NTKST j of plays he is preparing and hopesto !I one and will be an improvement to this wood from Hotel the the roof-garden city was hid of the from Ridge view Physician and Surgeon.) Builder and

have appear on Broadway next end of town. and it was as if looking out upon a vast Office and residence1U3: So. Ridge: Contractor I

These votes cast for_.__ : season. Mr.I Thayer i is an adventurer Phillips is improving his apartment forest.The, H
4 I recommendations and suggestion!: : "'OOIJ'en ue, opp RidgcwfMid: 0- !Residence: and office, northeast corner
I of the Richard Harding Davis house Valley street" by laying a cc-
: on were good 1. and it insincerely hoped that tel. Phone 17';. Office hours! to Ridgcwood and Voluaia ave. I -
Each issue of these
the Gazette-News of
publish one coupons. and afford to ment front walk and sidewalk.
I type can hardly yield they may strike home and that good i 1La.m.,2to4and6:30toP.rn. Phone S3.: Daytona, JU I
; It must be voted within seven days. January 9th, 1909. : himself to the humdrum of office Mr. Da\wof Atanta! who has spent may eventuate as a result of last night'slecture. :
I the ...........................
useaes.ssosusus.upsuusurpuussussuu.usis..i: work at a hotel desk. eleven consecutive on j-nin-

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I A. E. Mason is building a houseat ..............................i.....

Y THE BUSH and SAFFORD CO. If I f Herman E Port. C.Orange Dunn 0. Porter of for the, of the firm this father city.of.of Dunn Ilex $ f s I Day Electric Current I Iat

Bros left Saturday for a few days ElixirSenna '
: visit at Tampa.Mr 0 (

I Will be turned on
and Mrs. C. B. Williams arrived Cleanses \e .stemEect.

PIANO CONTEST last week from Bridgeton, X. \ Colds QnJ1kaJ.
J., and are located for the season at ually.Dispels i December 1, 1908.

their home on First avenue. asides clue to Constipation; .

Mrs. Steven of South Acts naturally!!! acts Truly 03 of
Findley, ( I This will give the citizens Daytona,
In which two residents of Daytona and vicinity will be awarded Palmetto avenue is seriously at the | Laxative.} .
I Daytona Private Hospital and Sanitarium Best t or [en\'om'n ana Children I Seabreeze and Daytona I Brach an opportunity -

;. two beautiful Howard Pianos, furnished by the Bush & : on South Beach street. oun\ and Old. to operate /

t R. BorrharJ of Jacksonville is the 'Jo bct its DeneficialEjfectsAlnays \ I'

sole of the J latest addition to 0. S. Burnett's W the Genuine t
Safford Piano Compano of representatives tailoring force. Mr. Burnett is now Electric Fans Flat Irons, Machines
keeping five pairs of hands busy and has ihe E full name of the Com ,

k R. S. Howard Co. The contest to be conducted on behalf of expects to double the number during

the height of the season. ra CALIFORNIASYRUP and motors of various kinds.( : The op-

.' the Bush & Safford Company by The Daytona Gazette-News Miss Webber was in the city from I eiating of motors by) electricity t is clean

r" jew Smyrna Saturday to visit her 2 o.
and The mother at the Daytona Private Hospital bJ slim it U manufactured. on the I. Ask

Beach and street.Sanitarium on South one SOLD size TALL(rent only!of,regular f\ery LEADING I package.price DRUGGIST 50p boule. i "Seh; ; ; ;kOiigbtOPlant

fl Dayton$2$ 450 FoB RKNT-Furnished cottage on ___ u ___ Adam f t

: 00 Ridgewood, reasonable rent by year. DAYTONA. INSTITUTE.
Enquire Mrs. Brourer, southeast TWKXTT-.KIXTH: TEAK.Mis .
>+. KLizutrfii: : l STor.vm Principal I
corner Loomis and Palmetto. No. 1 SeinlnoliMock.. mach Street E. L. U'L'General )[mmger. ,
south of orange.
I H. Priest of Ormond who
I recently
Class and Individual (mtnu IMn. Coaching

One $400 R. S. Howard Piano will bg given to the person or I where came up he from is engaged Fort Lauderdale in ]the The i-anifuaites.of eratureand 1'upllaneedingpmclalattentlon.Klorutlon.: rurrtnt Kvfnts.DR. Dra: "!ng. Lit. 99999999(....IONMN- ___ H_7lliKGNR4dtM4ttSrlt9i___ f140 47 :1,

trucking business and is receiving CAMPLES OF ,PAPER.
organization residing in the City of Daytona who receives the treatment at the Daytona PrivateHospital T. A. DAMSI'ANT11EIt01'IST '\

and Sanitarium, will soon Will Paper.will A PL JT CARD to- '
,: number of votes. be NEW anumungdismal t dir utng rooswyon :
I highest able to return and resume his r .t.J .
wo-k The latest safest and most scientific room into an at* e. ,, t pipcnng wUlrnc
at cheerful home. TCJ umlos! f Ire-:. ;
methoJ of treating the sick. Includes tractive s retc1
.t And one $400 R. S. Howard Piano to the person in Vol- -- every tlru ;less system O.-twpathy,1 We place tt jour door II Y-JJ-: laird p.atinjf ; t
d for &nd
:: pncet color -j
.. Scientific the privilege of ekctionl -I
Women '
I II 1 I 1 1 1SI II tlt* Massage. at.d cliil- l .% crrJ.Ve have .
from the crtry.tLIre 1
I deco a specialty. Examination felt. largtit v
, usia County outside of Daytona who receives the highest vote : Legal Notices : Corner. opposite; postoffice, HIi"tooaDeach. |I IPaillip and the South.molt varied I"c t (Tea ta rAL mourT.*,r. and CMii4.iuw.B.TSL -it"-

u.I..1.11.I.I.II. ---- i I hper\Mm. U. fir IpIJ ;:!i :1, .iltllill ",1S.' "
In addition to the two pianos additional prizes will bet NOTICE. E. RoMnton. Architect I

..;Iollltl KMgainnh. BALFE-CONROY COMPANY JlcboeYllle.I1L{
NotbrtI I III lirrrl.r gltru Hint slit 1I.0Illh" < Uu.Vintrr .
ri. t given to contestants as : y fld Horn I 1
folbwsw after ilnt*..toIt: on ItetRiidAror.iuue: *
,It I I In Morl.l
! 11111I will prrm-nt to the Honorable\ l L vM I Ii IIIiCII : :U11gaI1i'1.I'rvptcel .
r ,-*'rorrCouutyjadteof: Coluda fount, ""..111111"1. G.. RfJ ) @C 114'C ,..
2 Due Bills for $200 each 2 Due Bills for $100 each Florida, lily final n<,,t-ount and! apply| for Car U .
my foal I its"'ehargr at fiivutor of the..stntf 1 drllt A. D. "(BRIDe J. B. CONRAD F.N.NRAD. .

II.i 2 Due Bills for $175 each 2 Due Bills for $ 75 each Of KllljUHMlltll.JOHN: A. I50STKOM.: Krvuttir.Orinoml : nuslon.olAlUlllab.. ;I!c Prulcleat "'kr.Pre4. CasbkrI I"

Ha., lit.". Ivth, I'\'". Tampa.
U r 2 Due Bills for $150 each 2 Due Bills for $ 50 each --- (-First- -pub.--- Iee.19.- -)- -- MERCHANTS-BANK A -J

Notice of Final Discharge.Six "
: 2 Due Bills for $125 each 2 Due Dills for $ 25 each month after date, or OM coon THE GIMOOD' Capital Stock............................................. $ 50,000 I _

thereafter. as I can U heanl. I will nmkenij Surplus and Profits ........... ........ ............... ......' jlt.
final returns a\dminioltmtoruf tit : :
t I CONTEST COMMENCED\ DEC. I and CLOSES :MARCH 31! Estate H. F. Douglas-<, diaM! l, to r SEABREEZE, FLA. I Four per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time Certificates I. :

s Hon. J. l..e McCrory, County JudgeYolusia ; of of Deposit. No notice required for withdrawals.
County and ask for my final EAR POSTOFFICE. SCHOOL AND: SHORE I j

a t to Get dinchargp.! C. M. RiM.titM.{ J 1&., MODERN:F. ; Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent. l

Rules and Regulations How and Where IM't'ml..r Irt. l! 08. Ailminidtrator
: 11
VOTES NOTICE. Electric Lights, Telephone, all H' O fJ00 m "f

Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Conveniences. ----'-- -
1. The contest is open to anyone ]living in The" following merchants( will give one vote for executor of the estate of LauruJ. iOl.K.. liitVTI.Nit. MMIIMi. I5.\TIII.N .
Yolusia] CuntyVhn is known by the t->luc-tors every cent paid into their establishmentfor Miller deceased, will six mon tin afterdate I FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYLOCAL 1
wit the 29th ..
to on day of )March "!Ip-riallatesforh..I1. >n.
of the rontrsf t. or vonclie! fur l hy some reputable goods which they handle.PECKI1EXDRICKS A. D., 1909, present his final accounts, I .
j>errn, to them well known together with his vouchers, and ass that A. L'. CLARK, Proprietor. I CARD No. 77. Effective January 5. 1909 .jNa
: COMPANY. Dry Goods. the a tme be allowed and approved and 99 Na a5 Na 33 Na :::J I Ra 78 ca it No. Ie Na ;'
:!!. No employee, nttachee or relative of theproprietors GEO. II. CLAHK Jewelry and Stationery. that be be discharged as such exetutor.EDMUND ---- ------. J DAILY DAILY I DAILY DAILY I MAIN LILAC i D.ULDAILY DAILY DAILY .
MILLER: Front NortMitNMr :Jl.! ID*. to April I... III'! I Iftrr .
of the above nailed firms ar. eligible I.. G. LYMAX, Groceries. 190S. 11.110 pm 320 pm 1000 am 1730 .m .J.IIr.OD\'iIIe. .JJ" ';>1 ipin 740 pm: 113 pm IJOaa.
f TnsSept. 23rid E\e-utor.: 1060 pm! 450pm1110am! 8IiOstnLv; LAu"L'1ille16, 10 Im 63)pmf042am i 700as .t

to inrtiripate in this contest, and will participate THE GAXKTTE-NEWS: rO II'\Xr. Notice of Final Discharge. .\ .'.rrll U. I-'".. II un L I.r I'IIFVALIKRirriin : I lI.spm.1".m....... .6 SMJ.m..38pm....... 1167 133 125 am pm.lI.sam......... I.y LY.ll\wIOrmuud.F.ot Palatka.. k.I.. ..515__ pm. I !4 a 01 lJpmII"am pm;...... '". .'I'..._as... .(.

i If! in no manner. IIANK1NS The Druggist. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned 11 ft ru'... Nrw Jrrsry.The IMam 706pm 14.i pm pmJ127amL..Ormnnd.1140 am Lv..Daytona ....L3II.m L'3U! : mI3! .1 I I pm Jm'8U.mI412",,' 21 am 119 s> .."
K II. JIcDOXAl.n. Meats. administratrix of the estate of 220 am 7.:1: pm 222 pro 3 21 I'm LI" .Nea !lIyrna 1.\,2 ..11.m 317 pm i 8 UO am 145.. .
2. In the event of a misunderstanding between M. I? AI'LTMAX. Cent Jennie Brush, will, six months after 811. .am .3..,2i,,../ 1 fa t: Lr : .Tltnstilse.. : 1.s l.r: 'I 1211 1 t0 pm pm 2.O.push. 1.668. .am,.t.a_to ,

candidates, or others interested in this contest Fl1rni"hillgs.GHrnEH date. to-wit: on the 2nd day of FeLru.ary. j 1111.... pm.... ..S..67.. U J.m Ly... ()dl p.L\ U J.m t..5 pmla! 18 .mll 142as
1909 her final to .z.; pml' 51 pea I.v ....11 GaiUe. 1.\ 12 1 19 ........' ........ .._.
IOmnS IIAUim'AKK COMPANY.ItlXCiIIAM present .......... .......... ...... pl I. .J-
.. such controversy may IM referred t-> the ron- the County Judge of Volu"is County, Morgan a 02.m 1120 a 00 pm Lr...)relhonrne. .L"II./J.m.1. .........'.......... ....._.. f
pm Ui pm 5 (10 pm Lv .ft.I'I..rt'e ..
A MALKY: .L. N 10 am1\ .ao am i i.4 20
doctors of the contest who alone are the persons CO.. Furniture. Florida, together with the voucher,and 760am 7Mpm, 71 pm''Arw.Palm >aCh.L7.0 1m : 9-L'i' aD "19 2Oam am 1116 lOOpa pal '_
ask for a final discharge as such admin 805 .m,1. 810 pm 7n: pm .. n'aeh..l.v: 13) am 9 30 140 _
qualified to render decisions. --- -- ---- -- Utratrix. evgtNEt: ".\I.!nTT": AND II 1060 iam am 320 am 10..spm1015pmAr..Oland..Lc445am......:........ .... / 715tta1210am 600 pal pm
310am I .Lr. fl ml.\r.' ......... ..........
EDITH BKUSII SHOEMAKER.AdminLttatrix.. 'st.1 Avtsris.: : I222pm .......... .... ........IAr..ilome-tead..Lv .......... ,11 bO pm 600j1a
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4. In the event a candidate i divides to with Where Votes May be Cast 2iU pm. 8 am.:......"j............... .tr... GI114 ec .. 1.\- .. 04 400 pa .
........ ] .f 9 pm H7p111
This .330j: ml3333 ......... Ar..Kntela3hey Lc ::.. .. ... ...... _
draw from the such candidate August 1.190S. .......... Sao pm 101.J1!
race will not be 8 00 l>ni Y is
LA. P..o.S.S.Co.'Ar"KeynSe .:I.\\'f .. .
DAYTONA ... ...... t 1'.cr.Co.. ...... 00 tD
:430 ...
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of another Ballot boxes will l.e ]>I.u'etl in the houses! represented (First Pub. July 18)) I.m ylaF.AO.1lgCoAr. * \ ''a I'.,\; 0,".!oI.full e0.m ..._.... .
candidate in the contest. in this contest. Notice of Final Discharge. H. M. MAX\VII.I.II: ruoriUEToi !i; .Palll except Sumlay. Trains! do n.+t Mop at SUHon..t which n7tlme IssOolra-:
Notice !is hereby given that six months PALATKA BRANCH
after date to.wit: on the 20th day of I Leave gut
January, A. D.. 190U. I will ; EAST PAUTKA TO i Arrive Lcare I'.U.ATK.\- EAST ,ArrlnEMt
( ................................................ti.... final accounts to the lion. J present Lee Mc my LOW TIDES on he EACH-'I I Pal.Ua i PAL\TKA. I Palalta- Plaits P.\L.\TKA 1 PaJatta

Crory County Judge Volusia County .------ 6 2O.m _.o. 48 Dany_ 6 4') 1m S -.-- .-....._ j
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tf i M. ELLA DE YOY Daytona Tin and Florida and ask for my discharge! a>aEC. I JAN. I I 8 CI ._._.No.s0\a 48 Dally.-". ClIO.m... I 6 :a .m am ........ No n.. 40 41Mily 6 710.5 05 11&J"
CO. II 'i
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f i of the Estate of Harriet 1.:' I Stonth ___I_ I II M am _.Na 62 .--- 1015.10 II 9 ao.1I'I.j.m ....._..::\Iti M losilT ._.._ 53515 '"
Meisner deceased. 1205l'm ...... Daly II fIG al&
: : ... .. ... .. ... ... ... .. _.\0.611..lIy. 122-'I'ID I 3ft j lm __ ...M ...... s
LADIES' CIIAS. McNAKY. I. 7O3. : :10. ,1 I 4 2'J J.m ass Mlly...... 440 '.'.'... 'h. D.lly. 320 pl& i
tp HATTERS I .. .. ... / I ti 50l'm .._.Na Si I'm 4 I; pm -- .Ns. ,7 1..lIy ...._ 605 pea _
Administrator of the E tateof Harriet .2. 5:10..S20..10:17.. : : 610'm 11 .0 ....... ...... .
Sheet Metal ?> 11MI'm ...... tin :s0. :59 1..lIy. 11401'
: Correct in Works Meisner. ... 3.. ... 9f.): ; ...... 9j.: ...11 :OI. !)._ ().60 Dally. 121 .m 12 Siam! ...... :SO. A Il&lIy .... IY 40 a !
f- St'les. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. : I This July 18, 1903.Master's. ._ ... ...10:I 2... ...J 0:30... ...11:55... !
: No 6 South Itewh :Street faytona. : ;; ...11 ;0.;... ...11 :2.;... ...12:H... SAN M\1EO BRANCH ,
............................. ----- -- :: ::: .. ,. Leave East' EAST s
t ...................... I; .11-I0..12:1: : ; .. ...129... Arrive ;:anlll.oe"eNlo SAX: :MATEO TO EAST'ArrheTir'>
Sale. .? ... :si..l..l2li.: .. ... :2:11.: .. I Palatka SAN: _MATEO__ Mateo | States I
1 [.. ......a..0........................NN .... Tin Roofing, Guttering Coder] and Iv l> virtue. ot a deg] 'r.... ofrwloctire S ... :- .... ... 1 ;0';... ... 2:.53... I 715 .m 'I I......... ___r.\I.\TKA_ ___'_Fe.WI i"
t NN. N NAh fo aillflOl'J. rrndt-n-d in tll..l'ir. g : : : ..........Na 49 fI.n.1 8 a5 1m A !> ......... .
: .. ._.
:: ::: i ;; I 20 I'm .Na 63 l'all y.._.__.. 1aR 1m f.1IO l'al1y. 135 all 4
[ LING 1 \V ruitilurt of the S'lenth Jii' Circuit 1 :: :: ::: ::: : :::.::: 409.::: 3.1j Im 3 ;; I.m ...... .. Ja 51 1'"Uy ........., .10 jw .
: Copper Work, of the :State of Florida in and] for ...11.. ... 2:5: )........ 3:13.: .. ... :5Z... '.
.. .. ... ... ... .".. I No. :: I I Na n I \0. 19 ,! -
.. N.t
Volutia! County. l I\ th* If"". Minor S i ..1'2. 3i.: 3:.1 I :3- I 811. Dfl .Co. IS Na D tia ZI
.l Jones 4udK of said Court. ... I -1 29. 4:35. only....91t.only Daily !10L appyl 1 MAYPORTnRaNClI .0
dated th" : ---: loll ;0 I Der ,

. i CH INESRnoLA U ND RY i Tanks of all kinds certain eighth day cause of IVifinlwr.landing j A in. D.aid luw.! a I ......:t\\::.6.U0.. :::I::: 6:10 5:20.::!::: f... i i i S R 216:a pm: am am am I 610 618 6Wm I'm pm.m 618 6 w .m ,.Ls.Jact..y............. lab.!.onctne iteach..1.s' ...... '190.m1 6'am r U I o.:I'"I'm onl7 JIm! 411 OP'pili ;_:.

herein Cornelin ChrintiaiH-y U Complainant .iti..L I .. lii1.: ...... x:03.: .)... 9:_.)... 3 n0 m : 10 am I to m 9 a0 am.m'\r.. ..Atlanllc... :+tscrt. (teach...............1.\ 8 H am'I 12: 13 I'm 4 U p. ,
I 1\0rth Beach Street, DAYTONA. All kinds.f repairing done in firsts and $. S. Ftow! i lis:. M.irv D. .17. i:5J. s 00..1..10 25. .. & \ FSAam4: :lltin'nW "
L i FLORIDA. Fleming K. H. Flemitic. R. H. C.'lhn- ::: ::: ::: ... :::i.::: 9;:00..11:20.:::;::: ::: : l' I Dally fa I D.lly On... Gry8nac1f.I Daily to 4 Dot. re. t _.
.: Stiff bosom fbirt! i : / Dil! r.Awe
open front..I Night -huls...... ............................ 10 class! style. Prompt attention .. .. : 25 pm ; s..r..t.l Br.tlClI: _
and! !) !
F. Collins "
I': r f 1V'hiteshirts.._....... ........................10 Woolt'D Shirtt'............ ......... I Jusephins ate IVfeiidaMH. .19. .". : '' .Ilj..IJ.I.'.. : 10 put : 10 M km LwUtu: .6 a.1ra..L.''" ';12)1fn) 1> r-mll 6 ;30"m 'I.v.I Tltnill;. Ar 160 pl&
...........10 given to all work. I will dell at public auction, for a-li.. to I 1) .20. 'I' ]I):I'"I'..10:;t)t.. .1:?:20... II 20 pm 80 am .L" 1118 tej. I'll ii 9 30 .m \r...- .. LT. ..
;}. Check.... hirb._. -....-_............. S'! t7ndt'fshirts.................. .... ...... ..... : tin hisheHt. bidder! at the front door of ; :::i)::: ..1. ::2 ...I.IO.:: ...'... 1:07... 1'1) "" ml f(...f L. ii ?00.? :. .c Opm; : I ........ ufonl... .. .IU_00_III .
to- ..ewsiurts\ .......................................13 Urauers........................ .................. S I Shop No. Ill) :South Street, Daytona liMA Court Ni utse. in IVlnn.I.' in said I'I : ...1_: .., ...12Ot: )... ... -:00... 1"I'I c......I...f ..... ., M..I who r ::;tnJL. ., ... .. ""

Shirts t'tUar atlu.hl'll_....... ........ Slcks. per pair...................._......... 3 County the tlf'oln.FIRST- li MONDAY and:' f LN of I Ilntila.un ::::1 -- i:j.:::: .:: Ii:;i.:: ::: 2 343.50.:: Ge.ewYeawf ., [djtlu atf -.n. P.' R is O.0 n.5' 5.S.. Ca Co.for fartl.Eoe, .R'nr.E.Mma. H.Ir6 adLr.aL .'

i ('ollar!!.t.nrb.__._..... ..................... "I lIandl..t'rrh! t'fs..................__...... .. ::1 :. I Brown & Coleman. ARY. A. 11.115)9..: l I..illtl./ ..- hr>FElIltr'l, I ..25 ,... .1.4n. ,:111.. ... 4...;,v... w.aTT\rw nl f41pa.TDIL,te1r\e/e,.::.i ::4- ., wLInt... alf, u Ceo" _. {
Cuff". per pair........... ........ ............ :3i1k lIandkt.rl' ...................... 4i : laid month during the. legal/ hours of. ..".,"..", -,.._,t."i... .)..Od... ... .'...3:1.: .. \ ...If re.w. f. uIe4f' :..f..CO...tmm K_-.................k lot e...ae11 r-umtfeL.." to frri oar f sad don de..r1 of c.-r fr. r y
: [ sale on that tiny all of the follo\\in!:: i idfw qi j.!!! 3:10..1.! .. 3:50.: .. ... 6:34.: .. I FOR COry OF THE LOCAL thnefro. :i
i t :\] Ladies" Clothes at corresponding' prices. j MASONIC DIRECTORY. ritual j property ..filuate the Coiiiit\ j :::2 ::: ... 3:57...I i. 4:47.: .. 7:37.: .. 1. D. RAH.ER. A.ena. TDccE CARD OR OTHER ISFOR.\l.-\TIOS: "!tEE THE 1ICHET I A :: : :. ........... \UFAX of \'.ilusiaandStateof: Florida.-wit: i .2'J. 4:;.*>5.:. ::: 5-JO.: :.. ::: > :;:47.:.. Pa.sealer ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA -.:
............ .a UtiHIK.): No. 81. F. A A. )f-
... ..
Steels I 1st and :rd Thursdays. Thrw. Four an.1'i"t' I:t.t A el) .30... 0.00. .1. 6:55: .. 9 52... i-
r .",l "" "" fiHfiaKMl I Ihl.U.\X CHAPTER No. S. K. A. M.M .- of UU-k Two ((2); ) of Mary C FUniinz'ncuUliiision ...31...'... .....;... .. .s.OO: ...'.............. . . .
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"| <*ot":nd Thursday.URIRNTAL.OtMMAXDERY.No uf Ix.t Ont ((1) of :S-itlon -- --- ------- II 'w- . .
9.K. T.- Ten ((1 lu'fownshio Siu.... t11U. w.uth ,,
n ( Forenoon and afternoon tides ,
Mwtjltb are
MVEOXK Thursday{'HAPTKR.: No. 1, O. E. 8.- of Range Tlnrty-tlm+' Ftt( ) enTliiJltlt.lavof -*!. i I proximately at the fame hour. Automobiles ape Daytona Ice ;
t i I San Mateo i it I Meets:-TiJ: and lib TursdayiAll.nie ", lVi>?IIII..f.l A.D. .. luo'J. .. can be driven on the 'beach two Companyi 1
Cigars I' 1 In Masonic I .
> Hall Orange avenue LKE.M.CROKV: { hour :ft"r high tide and within two
GeneralMaster in Chall.ery.Vulusia t|j hour tJ f high tide. : PURE ICE fi
County Floiida.TiTz _.
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t :> Have Made i I ;iRiLD A OATKS.Complainant!* iSolk. itors. 'I Come and see- -our- Made from Distilled Water. ,
ii thk69BestROSES Factory corner Railroad
I . and Volusia avenue.CHAS. .'
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1 p Master's Sale. stock of !
f Reputation of I Ii. I I5I1IXTD I l"n.lrr mid l I.\ virtue of .t d.t.nv..f f.r., I
i-IoMiir nn.l) site;! .II.J..I] t in II.r') fin"ml
Court of the'i..s..Mli, ji.Iio| ,1&' "
| : "+ 1111 i if
i : Their Own. mI RST ANI< IISIUS.A. QIIIIn the State of Florida in and fur l"ln..ja i Comforts Blankets :I 4) t Qtft

i ..;_ r10.awf _..._Oft- County.l/ytbeUon. .Minors Jon.Jiidi."H:
of said 'O rt.tlatt'th ht !'thd.ivof l.., ,
I A Rard,. .... acrd b &ill elOm.meaol vml -
; > Tiio sum! '>s of rln San Mateo Hoar is j one oftlie Srle4 ShWt Ir.r EMily 1i.draali1r l..r. A l>. It0j! ( <: in a certain ;'a'I-I"'II.l.
terry. nut in aid mrt. wlwrvin Ci rrh-liu* 1 !!?
f f greatest: imlifrtrial; triumiihs' of the East Coast I.PDSCUIImD: UB RJRK tit I.. ......: Umctianey i Complainant and :Sanm-!
j wdNjTvmFim Complete cttftk>C. of a--ar.--.i S. FJt.lllinfary/ D. n'minH./ II. Cal I
i1 k : i i'H'l" the, free/.e. cxnTiNC-.... c*. i H _-4 lins and Jot phioe F. Collins are l"'f..II.I." | Pillows andMattresses. : P pEPA1 D'
-.NI ,. / '" ants, I will wi: Bt puMie auction, for I
l lade fivm the chou-t.-st growth of toliairo that the! sash. to the highest and! best bidder at '
,,' .. of KloriJa and the} ]Islam( of Tnlman. prninsil.i I i tlte front door of tlif Court liouw in [5-- I1I r w $AZO 1 1II
I pntluce. ami ''rarIK said Cu nintv. <.f Volui.iin Ntt-
! tl wish: the rich silky leaf grown on i T.s: >t Coast: pMntatiot Roses and Ornamental "f Florida on the Fl kcj' SIM I I J.\Y t IN If-
s. FEItUTARY. A. D.! 1119.! twins l tlfirst w
the cigar. industry of the world }has never I'roJut'tJ bettor poods. i i day of. aid month, during: tlif !t-k'il: i I .
For sale} by all the leading hotels and clubs] and by the Union Shrubbery. hour cf ..:tlf! on. that day. all of thrfolowinjr ( .I.!
News / Company on every train entering: Florida.] I All the test \urieties of winter' blooming the County of Volusia: nnd State: 1.t Wt1151 / i! ;
Twenty sizes styles and grades grafted Roses adapted to Florida Florida to-wit: i Tttu' 1 ? ,
to select from. I ; lots Une.'fnrlreandThirtrr-n (I1. 12 +.. :; DtllVfRfD fOR I, .
t also other ornamental plants, tree and an.l1:1I.) of ItU\ ..k Two I AI
((2): ) of M.irv C pj :
I TOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS shrubbery, All! p'anguarantttd.. Flenunar'oiialidiviMonof; I"itOnHil'. I ) of << 1200 f

Grounds prepared and plants cared for. Swtion Ten ((10)) Township Siit""-n d'J;)
Br, South Range .* 1
( Wa+t. i
i: y J. B. HINSKY Thin :24th day of Dwviuln-r. \.11.1:111: :'. 1
1'LORIDA I General Master in Chanc*>rrVolDfia Bingharn&MaleyCo.I COMPANY\

.......LI aLl 1...... aJ.u L.L "THE PINES," I Flnc IILU.D.t OAT_". County, Florida.1|I f I Blue .\GEXCY I'-\I T DRt-\\lXG ro.. ; i
South Rid ewoal are, Daytona RIbbon Beers
1 ComlJaisaut'a ti+li ituro. FURNITURE UNDERTAKING and Lewis 66 WhiskeyIACKSON :.

Seed for I'rice L.t. .

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