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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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Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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February 6, 1909
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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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-01.--20,-No.:--37 doe Eyerywb"- Reachet All Clu.... Daytona, Florida, Saturday, February 6, 1909."e A

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I Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases, etc. I II WERE' ON STRONGINSTITUTIONS. BIDS ARE e .

IN ADDITION Tit otrJt FVLI.LINI Orange Avenue, Daytona, Fla. 't
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Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases, Telescopes, Tourist Stiapa, Trunk Straps, I ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELECTRIC BELLS, 1
I Shawl Straps Name Tags, etc., just received we have a complete HOT AND COLD BATHS. i

assortment of[ Matting-covered Suit Cases and TeIe copes. Also a _

I Hag.
novelty in a Matting- WILL PREVAIL. Reports From Fruit Orowers and Latest Published Reports Show Bond Committee Satisfied They .

THE .PECKHENDR1CKS COMPANY.: .1 Truckers Show Relatively the Banks to Be in a Very Have Made Good ContractFor II. MATTHEWS, PROPRIETOR
( .. Small Losses. Prosperous Condition. The City. .................................................... 1
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........................................... .. ENDERYEGETAimSCUTlOffWhen[ [ [ DEPOSITS fOOT.UP $1716,152.38.? PIANTTO[ BE COMPLETED[ [ IN ME : 1 I

i Real Groceries f. Capacity 30 rooms. Rooms bright airy and completely furnished. Modern ;
; Ia the west wind Saturday came The last report of the Volusia county The bids for the waterworks plant t improvements, clean and up-to-date." Located on Seabreeze Avenue a short .i 4
in terrific blasts truckers and fruit grow- banks of DeLand and of the Merchants'bank were finally awarded Friday evening distance from Atlantic Ocean. Summer rates $1.00 per day aad up.. Special .;..1
era showed interest; when the wind began of Daytona (a branch of the Volu of last week, J. B McCrary &; Co., of : rates by week or season. i -

: It has been our aim to establish to veer to the Northwest, and gradually sia county bank) give a mOlt encouraging Atlanta, getting the bulk of the work, : E. L. HOWARD, Proprietor. .

5 a grocery here that will meet : grow cooler, a more anxious ferlng statement of conditions as they obtain which was bid on and accepted in unit :.................................................... 1

was manifested, and when the Daily locally. Volusia's county banks The only firms in this city makingbids
: with the popular wants of the e News came out with the weather de- reflect nothing of the stringency felt :in were Ballough & Melton and Hough .*.*********************...**********....AAA..AA***. i 5THE

: people, we study their wants : mrtment forecast!! sent at 10:45 a. m.: some sections of the country.By & Bond and both bids were accepted, BO MAGNOLIA
and : Fair and much colder tonight withreeling conservative and business-like that the former will put in the necessary i
and their needs buy aecor-
5 temperature," etc., followed methods of operations these twin banks well, and the latter construct the : RIDGLWOODAVLNUE.
: dingly. We are not overtaxed with another a little later, with freezing I. have firmly entrenched themselves in foundations for the tank and towerIt : Larqe Rooms. Furnace Heat Electric Lights. :

: with expense and are enabled to :aS prediction, everybody began to prepare public favor and are doing a gradually took several days to examine the ; Rates $2.oo Per Day.

for the wor t. larger business year by year ,various bids, of which there were about
sell at moderate prices. Give e I : MRS. CELESTE HINKS Propritress. t
e The did to the freezing Their capital stock is $50,000.00; sur- forty, and give the of ,
\ : us a trial for the coming month. : point,but mercury so little below go that point that plus and undivided profits $01.87089. horn there were some parties fifteen present or more, "........................... .......... .................... ................ ,

a a. comparatively little damage is done. and deposits $764 331 49. There is no a hearing upon the merits of their respective 4

And as it is an ill wind that blows nobody better evidence of the strength and bide, but the Bond Committee **************************. .....*****..**************
S. W. CARROLL good, let it be said that this blast standing of these institutions than in stuck faithfully to their task, and are :
aS from the Medicine Hat district was not the" statement that their deposits, as satisfied with the result: feeling assured | THE MYRTLE, SUSSA Located. : I
a S without its beneficial effects. Chief shown by l latest published statement, that they have secured for the city a

The North Beach st. Grocer. among the beneficial effects may bo .aggregate more than three quarters of a contract that will mean waterworks : Homelike Boarding House with alt modern conveniences. .It J,

noted the help to the celery industry, million dollars. system that couldnot be put in operation f Can accomodate more table boarders. A
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S Telephone No. 19. : which is: assuming quite important proportions anywhere for less money, and ; PRICES REASONABLE. J : 1
aS a at Daytona. It was just what Donald Leslie Niver, Just Three. would probably be difficult to duplicateat
: MRS. C. KOST Proprietress. |
a.1I1.1.I.I.1.1...........lSICgelSIIl1SISIS1S1111I5 the celery crop needed. It will check Donald Leslie Niver celebrated the the same price. Several of the bidders ,
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the blooming of orange trees, and stop third anniversary of his birth Saturday ,after the matter was closed, said to

C the flow of sap without material inJuryto afternoon, and invitations were extended menibeis of the committee, that, own- ,

tree or fruit, and it makes the atmos- eighteen youngsters of like ten ing to certain prevailing conditions, and r 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999' 1

YOU WILL"FIND WHAT YOU SEEK >here over, kills insect pests by the der years, who joined Donald in the infantile the careful handling of the matter, a I An Elegantly Appointed Small Hotel Two Blocks from Depot.

under the category of' real estate,"whether wholesale. Brace up, if you're chilly; festivities of rattling; toys, drag- contract much better than usual had STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHTS, LARGE VERANDAS, LAWN J
the weather will swing right back to gagging diminutive artificial.'Tf"ddil's"about been obtained for the city. The aggregate AND SHADE TREES.
it be a house, store, stable,farm or city & .
country lots unimproved, for)'ourown tenancy normal, and it is surprising how quickly I by their bind legs, standing BUll amount of the bids in no case exceeded THE ISLINGTON t

to rent to others or hold' as an investment vegetation recuperates or springs up. kins on their heads, swatting each other the preliminary estimate of the I Icomnlittee. I I
-ail these parcels on our lists, Beans, tomatoes, eggplant!; and the|I with rubber balls and such like pastimes MRS. 1. B. PARKINSON, I-ROPRIETOR.
tender thing wen hit hard cauliflowerand A high compliment was paid to the
search.'e at j 18 South Ridgewood Ave. Daytona Florida.
which! are frt e to your are J
I lettuce that few firm of D. D and C. M. civil
were headingand Rogers
the real estate I It was a picture to see eighteen youngsters -
vu'ines our foen'ice anything& other thing, pinched somewhat, and i arranged around the refreshment ,- engineers, of this city, by those competing ............. .... i

I certain varieties of strawberries were hoard. Their spoons found their mouthsnearly for the work, all declaring the plans

J. C. BUTLER hard hit. Despland lost his Lady I as often as their cheeks and their and specifications furnished to be most I* e ..+e +.+ .... I
,. fruit and its bloom, but the : in all
. Thompson" chins. The chaperones] also report a complete respects exceptionally :: 7. Accomodates t
, Real Estate. Life Fire and Accident Ins. 'Klondike" came through with comparatively good time. fine, in fact, in all their detail. 'T H E..pi N E NEW HOUSE.AH Fifty..

,I tTiIIT: Phone 234,1)i: >tona Beach Fla. ) little damage. --- Almost without exception those who __,, Conveniences 11
... R. I.. Pappy of South Palmetto avenue failed l to receive contracts expressed i ,
it. covered his strawberry \ineswith The "Uncle Sam" Chances; Hand themselves as satisfied at the fair and Rates: $2.50 Per Day and Up. Special by the Month. IAn

itIA .*****t******************* ************************** pine ttraw and grass, and suffered no Captain L. E. Ellenwood, Friday afternoon courteous treatment they had received attractive house with large and airy rooms,hot and cold mater through the .j
purchased of McCoy Bros. the from the Bond Committee and departedwith house,sulphur or salt ater baths,electric lights furnace brat and telephone.
N. ERICKSON IS loss.W.. O. A Blanc and the desireto Some of the pleasant features of"The l'lne."are Its wide verandas and It. Roof
i F. Holmes, manager, steamer t'ncle Sam just a* she lies at the best of feeling l
.. S (iarden,affording a fine view' of the country. river and ocean.
>> professional; trucker, says the cold her anchorage at Holly Hill. The Uncle again see Daytona, which most of "The Pines"situated on Houtb nidgfmtxxl, the highest arrnae In Daytona. .\
.papa. : Cabinet MaKer. Wood WorKer. : snap was of inestimable benefit to the Sam had been stripped of her machinery -I tht'm were visiting for the first time. Room single or en suite,.1th or without private bath.

4 S celery and he was not in pest>imi>tic glass, etc., but Captain Ellenwoodwill : The plant is to be completed about
Picture Frames, Door and Window Screens made to order. OPEN FROM NOVEMBER 15 TO MAY i.
: mood. .
t at once bring the boat toDajtonaand the first of July.Talking

Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. : fit her up nicely in all respects andif MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress. *

t.......................... i ************************ Mrs. Perkins Passes Away.Mrs. he can get the her machinery commission here the on Good 338 South Rldgewood Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA.
time will put in Up Roads.
Emily A. Perkins, wife of Kev. prefpnt season, using her probably on I .................................................... !
The advocates and adherents of
........................................4............ Dr George E. Perkins, died suddenly the Tomoka river trip and the steamer roads to be increasing in a geometrical _ --- __ __ __ __ __ __ __
from a paralytic attack Mondaynight, at seem 1
: R. D. TAYLOR Electrical Contractor i their home on South Ridgewood avenue. Cherokee The Uncle on the Sam New is Smyrna a fine run.boat and ,' ratio. It is a healthful sign of a 4........+a:4....... ...+++...+++++..... ...+......+.+

Mrs. Perkins had been in health gradually broadened and a better educated -

i House Wiring Ji Specialty. t. for several years, but recently poor seemed aU-d Captain upon Elicnwood being able is to to add l>e congratu-her to: his ritizanship. There could hardly. : THE PROSPECT !
be a better guage of a nation's strengthand
;somewhat improved. Monday night,
: Dealer in Electrical Supplies of AH Kind: Fixtures, Shades, : however, she was smitten with paralysisat already efficient fleet which now gives intelligence than that afforded bya I -3
him control of the sight-seeing trips by I
: Lamps No. S Orange :avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. : about 8 o'clock and died at 11:30 water in this vicinity.: study of its roads of various kinds, South Ridgewood Avenue
whether macadam or rail. As the
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and :Mrs Perkins have been corning United States leads all others in Steam Heat, Electric Lights, two blocks from 1
I to Florida for several seasons from Honey Bees at "Our Store." commerce and material prosperity, be- _

J +...+...++.+++.+..+......+ .++++.4++++............... Moline, 111., spending the first winter at I An observatory hive of bees exhibited cause of her unparalleled could Florida means become of trans. depot and postoffice. Garage on premises. I A 1
2 DeLand, and the past two or three in in the show window of Our Store, on portation, so a
I Daytona, occupying, this winter, one of South Beach street, attracted considerable leader among the sisterhood of states by ROOMS ONLY. .
i Bond Lumber Company, i jROUQM the Brown cottages on South Ridge- attention during last week. The extending her hard surface road

wood avenue. They have many friends bees are the property of Geo. J. Vande- N. I. Alliger, who is in the city representing P. J. DOYLE Proprietor. ;
p. here and their daughter, Miss Emily includesbeekeeping the International Automobile ,
p. Vord, of Volusia avenue, who .I
PINE AND AND CYPRESS DRESSED LUMBER .-... ..... S who accompanied them to Daytona last among his other accomplish League, thinks that in connection with ...4H.... .:. .:. .. :...
rr his work he might help to perfect plans
i winter, and is again" ith them this season ments.

Lath Shingles Flooring Ceiling Brick Lime : is widely known through her musical Apiculture is a subject but little under for tona the to completion St. Augustine.John of.the road from Day- ..........................-....-.-...................... ;
IA talents. ,tood by the average in Jh idual and
and Cement in Stock. office and Yard*: C.II CiatUallKay Besides her husband and daughterwith an exhibit of bees in town or city generally : Anderson, of the Hotel Alcazar, THE CLEVELAND -
nod Orangp Arrnu ; been '
who has
St. Augustine, a conspicuous -
her, :Mrs. Perkins leaves four excites much curiosity and notice.
M I M.S-Bond Mill.Atlantic Toast line UT..KMI mll..uouth of Jatt\nTIlI.. daughters and a son to mourn her demise Many people, while enjoying the pro- figure in the good road movementon Magnolia: Avenue, opposite Postoflice

Katamaioo. Banfortl Br.ncbrflh. F F..C. H,.. : Mrs. Willard Kimball, of Lin- duct of the bees' labor are unduly fear the East Coast, continues to take an Rooms Only. Steam Ul',.t. Sanitary Plumbing. Gas
0 I coIn Ni b.; Mrs.: C. C. St. Clair, of Mar. ful of the little insects' weapon of defense enthusiastic interest in road buildingand date.
Phone 83 R. J. MALBY, Manager. largely through his instrumentalitya Lighted. Everything up to
shaIltown, Iowa; :Mrs. C. II. Ain&worth, its stii.g.-and cannot be temptednear

L ........ .............4.... ...............m...4.. of Moline. 111.; :Mrs. 11. II. Kennedy of : them unless they are confined, as good road is bong built from Jacksonville S. B. GREEN, Proprietor.

Chicago, and S. A. Parkins, publisbt r of in the above case. to St. Augustine. ...........
Now if who are interestedwill .1..I.a............. -c.
4 -- --- the Perkins Press;:, of Tacoma, Wash. It is an interesting study to those Dnytonians
meet Mr. Anderson, the St. Augus
of the
................................. .................-0 willing to brave the business end road be andit
: bee, and even the casual observer finds tine-Daytona can perfected ***************-**************************************
i WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING : Building Lots For Sale. much to attract him in the movements would give both St. Augustine and -
c::1 offer for sale lots 2 and ,"5, block of a colony of bees when confined in a Daytona a big boost. Then fill in the I THE HOWARD

i getting a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Hoof, a Hot Air Furna, i ;:3!L,.Coleman's addition to !Daytona. gloas observatory hh'p.Announcement.. gap between Oak Hill and Titusville !
These are among the most desirable Get; busy, don't take it out in talk. It : Centrally located on Volusia Avenue, tile main avenue from the depot to j
or any of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern : vacant lots left on Uidgewoodaeuue. means too much for this section of the the water front on the Halifax Hive r. Three minutes walk to stores, post-

4 i dwelling, remember that A fine location for a nice I hereby announce my candidacy for East Coast. J office, churches, etc. The Howard is strictly a house in every J
i home. For prices address tf the office of City Tax Assessor and respectfully respect at moderate prices. TUB TABLL A SPECIALTY. Northern
i Guy S. Drown, Central Lake, ilich ask the support of the voter cooking, the cuisine exceptionally good J, tie bfft th lIIarht affords. Under *
I C. NASH a SON at the election, February 10th. Mr. and Mrs. X. A. Lewis are the direct supervison of the proprietor. The house has "very modern convenience *
( --- GEO. F. SMITH.Announcement. .
again receiving the greetings of: and improvement. Has I large veranda and pagoda and i fo surrounded '
4 }I DAYTONA. FLA. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gardiner and friends. ventilated .
; : their numerous Daytona by lawns and shad in*'a. Is dry and well
son, of Fargo, N. D.. came in with They arrived from Fargo, X. D., : For terms apply to the proprietor. :.
? are prepared to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices. the cold wave Sunday. and are I hereby announce my candidacy for Sunday, and are occupying their I .
domiciled at their winter the office of Major of Daytona. and re- C. HOWARD.p444444444444444444444444444444444444444444CSC
i Oeneril repair shop on Yol11siawnll, next; to the Armory. : home. on South nidgewood TI ey pcrtfully at the election ask the February support IOth.t>f the voters Sjuth Uidgewood .;I JOHN i

i Phoue 53. Ont of town work solicited. were accompanied by Mrs. Kddv, 1) F. IIANIOLI'll.Announcement. Miss Mabel Saxon a compositoron *
Mr- (;ardiner also the Fort Pierce News, who was I
mother of
J.G..4...80..S..+ c ................................ the ; week her II I -- -
by Mr. and Mrs Harley Groover, of in the city last visiting .
Lisbon N. D. hereby announce my candidacy for brother, Carl, and friends here and ;
the office of City A$ses*>r. subject to the French Style 65I
; the 10th in the vicinity, Irft Saturday for i Elegant $3.\
approval of the voter on day
Adolph M. Jaehde, the piano tuner -. :NV\v Smyrna where she will spenda
of February and respectfully ask the Panel Bach Kocker
pOR MOtETO QUAR'iEKOPA (CENTURY will he in f.1ytolldurin& Jan of all good itizens.V. a \\ before returning home.tAutor.iobile I A m'n'eh11Allow prite lor a rrniark:," ft' (!\ Ir.
Orders for tuning be \ 11 ED1IOXD OX. '. ;.11'' ltll
uary. may Made of quartered"t. .. ;
tires and inner tubes Hi.meian, 'u We Have been supplying tie.need's / left at THE STILLMAN. tfMiss color.and Ttry F.m.o.of'lcol.I.t'r.-trons'T; tui.t. R'tai! at t.e lor. for $' no,
,vulcanized at Oliver's garage bat on account c.1 our great m..aui-turfa! ? fa< *e
of MqcheitLSe5.. Edith Barnard returned Announcement. I !Mllittoyoafort." Tifti i4,!.e.I%'''U w:,at )'....c. naitbv S- -

We Q.I large stoj.V o/ from St. Petersburg on Tuesday Having been asked by friends some Major and Mrs. J. B. Downing, of : chairs.bnjrin We dirrct make Irom ai..1 lr'lcl the! factory.airtri t,< at,it herein m" t.rtl1ll1l',: sou;:I'lt,to'

PORTABLE carrj ANOSTATIOHARY EUIESBOIL-' and is again with Mr and Mrs. E months ago to become a candidate for Middlejiort, 0.. arrived Monday and t, to yon yon at of lownt at least wholesale atbtrtlon prices.ITry.c*' it ichrn y' .i.' i-a sari T .
,1. Condit, corner Orange and Palmetto the office of city tax collector, I hereby are guests of The Despland. Thelajlr'8 j whatthisamouatstola furnisl:ini{>onr -." Cn'oll
I afford/ not to *n *ERs,Sa..Milsr! o.flootWorkri (tJuy. avenues. She will remain announce my candidacy at the next city return was eagerly looked and take advantage cf the t>:g*i--ic,;_>

erj. 3a"'.ft of Ul K>nis.BeU.ngQUR CUl.X ;, here until the latter part of next election. Ftb. 10th and ask the supportof forward to by all lovers of music Orer.k'cM.jco different.porch.hall.stofT.ottf kind of thai'S.*.f'fr-,r 'j'i-or.i'i: ...'-,"f.t n.ngroom. .

'*fiUARJkM-EE, Ts 101 CAIAt.I&It xiiLiTROTECTMALBY!. TIRSI.gjL week, and then return to Chicago the voters prorating, if elected, to here. as he is generous with his talents to the best are shown IB the large IlIn.2'ed... catalog' CI
COMPANY where she} is an instructorin faithfully perform my duties with courtesy and his violin entertainmentsmake foaraatrcl M apeelalOirUlinMprice-list-1 ciactly as rcpreseotol, or yonr;money v'rr: back
chemistry in the I'liiversity to all. him doubly welcome to his flJIIU CUll FACmT. ....M.....$JicitasrauJtL Vs511 Jelali?rIct U
U.I f"OR.5'fTK s't' AT LAN TA G./k. of that city. I ALBERT C. SHANKS. friends and the public generally. l I

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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAYT. Carthartics and Pills and Harsh

Physic Cause Distressing Complaints.You IN THE" j
cannot be er-careful !n 'he selection \ ;
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THE BfWARf of medicine for children. Only the f SPRING i ==- r- -- :
medicine should ----- -.;.'.!.
I I very gentlest: bowel ever
l he gs\en. Ordinary pills cathartics and ''
( INCORPORATED ) purgatives are too apt to do more harm J.f3'Ol1r Florida homes in clurge _
than got d. They cause griping, nausea
--- COUNTY PEDESTRIANS and distressing: after effects that are of l'co.'. C E. UKTII You will ure';

Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Flonda, as Second Class Matter. lasting frequently destroying and a life- Yk money, worry and annoyanre Ly to

\\"e personally recommend and guarantee l
4 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Hold a Regular Monthly Session, New Rules Formulated To Govern Rexall Orderlies a* tie safest and most 4 uViug.aml when you return in the ...
for and Fall will be satisfied that .
dependable remedy' constipation von you

f One copy one year.......__._ .-....-.- ........-.........-... ._$1.50 But Do Little Of Interest To Pedestrians For Protection Of asocia'e bow el disorder! We have such d) in the '

;1 f- One copy sis months..._. __.... .___ .........................................__... .75 absolute fath: in the supremeirtues of plait }our trust- right hands
i One copy three months.?.... ..... ............ ..'... ....U........UU__. ,.-- 40 Coast Section. Automobilists. this remedy that\eesetitonourguarantee i" Yours
! of money l aik in every instance where it
; ; : fail to 'f give entire ati-.fa.tion, and we

l S fEERl'ARY 6, 1909 I ASK FOR 2D AYE. IMPROVEMENT.r. l [ READ AND HEED WARRS.t at urge our al!risk.f'exall in.need of so' !h medicine to try it Orniond School. C. E. ORTH.'

Orderlies contain entirely new
o n R R R ingredient which i" odorless, tasteless and

The Hoard of County Commissionersheld The { of has colorless. It embraces all the best qualities -- ----'- --- !
CENTRAL BRIDGE TOLLS TO BE Mayor Daytona not ordered -' -
of the-'OOthin .laxatix e,strengthening'
t : its regular monthly meeting at De the following rules, governing remedial of
aiid .t
Land Monday evening and Tuesday movements of pedestrians, posteJ con, the best healing known intestinal a< regulator\e principles tonics. +++++... .+.++...+..+++++++++++++++++.++++.+.++++++... I

I morning; all member were present; but picuously about the city Kexall Oiderlies are extremely pleasant J. B. GARRISONrmr7 i 1

SUBSTANTIALLY RfDUCmr. little business transacted.The Rule Pedestrians boule- to take:" are particularly prompt and agreeable 1
VERY was
'j : (crossing :
examination electric
r. in action, may l-e taken at any time, A close : ;.
I following road and bridge reports yard at night shall wear a white lightin day or night;do not cause diarrhaa,nausea : t al work finished and charged for

I were submitted front and red light in the rear. griping!, excessive!' looseness, or other undesirable from this shop shows how aquare'j
+ I District No. 1. Progress on East Coast Rule Pedestrians: !, before turningto effect They here a very natural : r
the and Kith t I, ly and honorably we transact our 1
t The Smith-Armstrong road to Ferry and Osteen and Titusyille the right or left, must give three action upon glands organs
RANDOLPH'SCRfDENTIALS. which they come in contact, act as a posi- : business. Electrical repairs receive
road. short blasts of a horn at least three the and reclame tonic upon the relax special attention Those i 4
t Crowd Outwitted. No 2. Completion of work on Orange aches to diameter. dry muscular coat i>f the bowel remote :
who employ us never worry aboutour
City and DeLand road, Lake Helen road, Rule Pedestrians must, when an irritation, dryness and soreness overcome :
weakness and tone and strengthen: the charges, and they know be tl
"" -- and prisoners at work on DeLand-Daytona nexpenenced automobile driver is made
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nerves and muscles,and restore the Lo1les! fore engaging us that our work ;
f. H. Y. Stillman et al Precipitate road. nervous by a pedestrian, hide behind a I and associate; organs to more ,vigorous and : will be the bt>st.
No. 3. Finest raw ing Glenwood and tree until the automobile has passed.; healthy activity.Kexall : .1 manship i :

I i An Unexpected Coupe-Minor. RKK I DeLand road, DeLand and DeLeon road Rule 4-Pedestrians shall not carry in Orderlies: not only cure constipation -
but they remote the cause: of thi. i ;" Electric Co. -I
ity In The Saddle. Editor Gazette-News and progress on Glenwood and Stetson heir pockets any sharp substances liable ailment. They also overcome the necei :I J o.l1i'. Daytona

t. I There has been enquiry in a public road. to cut automobile tires. city of constantly taking: laxatives to keel 1 j R:

+ KKet I way as to who I am and what I am. I No 4. Progress on Smith creek bridge.No. Rule Pedestrians shall nut in the boweU in normal condition. 1 I ++ '/l I ?' ... 232 South Peach Street: ;

. was born in Ohio; my parents were 5 Repairs on Oak Hill and New automobile faster than There Is really no similar! medicine' to .r'i
stockholders dodging run good as Kexall Orderlies pec.ially for ++....+.+++..++.++++++++++. ;
the first to settle in the central road.
among Smyrna
miles hour.
twenty an children,aged and delicate persons. They 1
t r' which was held Thursday Dr. W. P. part of Ohio. My father was a very The petition of citizens of Ormond in I are prepared in tablet form and in two -. --- ._-- _.- -
Rule Pedestrians using the bridges
Langworthy, W A. Langworthy, H. Y. ,, prominent man in that part of the! State elation to repairs on roads was referredto sixes of packages; 12 tablets, ioc., and 36
i x must climb and sit the railing, on
Stillman, l.. G Langworthy and F. A. and I, in my time, have been honoredby Commissioner Bradshaw for such action tablet; },c. +++++++++++++N.+++++++++++.+N+++++++++.+...+++.NN
k the appearance of an automobile, and
F Newall were elected directors, and at a the people to.t'ral public trusts. as he may w fit. Garth It, \"OUIIIT. l 1It..tuna. Fla.
indicate a knowledge of such approathy i iI
subsequent meeting of the directors Dr. I was justice; of the peace from 1SS4 to The petition of Wm M. Carswell and ------ i Go to
I raising the left foot on a level with I
t j t W. P. Langworthy was elected president : 1890; was elected township clerk one : others asking for pairs to Second avenue

;; "' term: was postmaster during the administration road, n<*ar Daytona, and agreeing to the railing. DIVERSITY

t treasurer.; I I of Benjamin Harrison; I wa! pay $120 toward such work was referred Rule Pedestrians out of town hear- I CONRAD GROCERY CO.Ot I Ii

above statement will appear as assistant in the probate judge's office to Commissioner: Bradshaw for such action log a "honk" will take for the tall timber

I ,:: somewhat remarkable to all who under. I! and can say performed the duties as he deems best. instantrr.

stand the conditions prevailing among 'satisfactorily to the people I represented The clerk was instructed to advertise Rule Pedestrians will not be permitted OFPLEASURES.OUR i for your Pet (Cream) Milk, (6 j small cans for 25c, i'

the stockholders of the Central Bridge. I I, and if any one should like to make for bids for painting courthouse roof and to emit cigarette smoke on any !

f r any enquiries concerning me I would refer "- poor house. boulevard in a manner offensive to passengers : to go on your +
Messrs. B. A. Armstrong, B. I- Armstrong
: them to some of my business friends The Criminal Court cost bills were ex- in gasolene automobiles.Rule Toasted Toasties 1 1i
and L. 0. Smith control the stock : Corn Flakes Post
in the North. Without their permissionI mined and approved for $67.41 and the Pedestrians becoming entangled I ,
of the bridge by a majority of four shares j
:; over the stock owned by the minority would refer: to Common Pleas Judge clerk instructed to issue warrants there- in the vitals of automobile, so i Puffed Rice Wheat Berries or i

Thomas E Duncan.; S. P Cage cAshier, for automobile, not ,
stockholders, and the majority stockholders as to damage same! ( pedestrian -

r.J have been running the affairs of and William Carlisle, president, of thePeople's Xo other business of interest to the ) will be liable to the extent of Every Day And Evening Offers : Triscuit all at lOc each. i ii

A Co. M. W. ,
Savings Banking Coast section was transactt'd.W. such damage.
the bridge to suit their own fancy.
i.. The minorityites put their wits to Spier. probate judge, ex-profcs of Rule 10-Pedestrians must register at Something For Everyone Of i S. \\. Biscuit and Quaker Oatmeal. 2 for 25(,.

working with the result that they handed high school, all of Mt Gilead, Ohio, the beginning of each year, and pay license Whatever Taste. : Cream of 'heat, Ralston Hu-akfast Food or :1
W Peo-
and B. Denrnan of
} them a juicy lemon yesterday, however.It YE I STYCH fee of $5. Numbered license tags
Petit John
ple's Bank, Cardington, Ohio, Sperry: i at I5tr each.
& will then be issued No rebate
to ttiem.
all happened this way: The annual I
Wonstaff bankers Ohio. I A SUGGESTlO fOR THE CROUCH i
Yt meeting was to have been held sometime would Ashley, will br allowed if they do not live : Kumford Baking Powder, 1 pound can 2bc.
be glad to name many other .,
ago, but the Armsrong.Smitb through the entire year .6.
prominent people of Ohio on request Ican IN CUBA RRR '
t votes failed to materialize and the minority guarantee!: that if elected mayor of Rule I1-Pedeltrilln, before lic'n!'e : The Conrad Grocery Company !

stockholders adjourned to a stated Daytona the interests of the city will be tags will be issued i to them must dem- The attractions now seem sufficiently + .

time and place When the stated time safeguarded as well a? they ever have rDIES RkK enstrate before an examining board varied to appeal to the taste of everybody : E. T. Conrad & Co's old stand, :

e : rolled around Messrs Armstrong and ben I can say with pride that I han their skill in dodging, leaping, crawling, i sojourning within the city, let his s .
never been arrested nor sued for debtVeiy Word reached this city, Tuesday : fancy br whatever it For those ...+.++.+++++++N+++++..+.+N..********.************
Smith, who are both in Daytona did respectfully! and extricating themselves from ma may.
.I not appear at the stated place, so another D F. HANDOLPII. afternoon,of the death at Bahai Honda, chinery. i who want to ride or wheel about thereis

adjournment was taken to Thurs- -- -- Cuba, of W. E. Stych a son-in-law of! Rule 12-Pedestrians not wearing every facility offered; bicycles and ..........N .es..

day of last week. The minority stockholders Mr and Mrs. D. F. Randolph, of Second (carriages horse and horseless. On the
numbered license will N- held
On The Water Wagon. tags responsible -
again solemnly assembled, but avenue, and a man well and favorably river are various sorts of crafts: at your rrn .IL.c
for all done
to automobiles
H. A. Armstrong and L. 0. Smith were Has the city adopted a uniform for known here.A their by collisions. disposal besides there are cheap popu- I STANDARD COMPANYwill
or occupants
again conspicuous by their absence, and the driver of the water wagon, or is it cable was sent from Bahai Hondato lar excursions both up and down the
but the natural of this of Mrs. who is with her The foregoing rules are ready for pre-
e! another adjournment was taken to 10 patriotism son Stych, parentsin river with various: drawing cards on
o'clock) jesterday. You Sf'e. all these Jam that clothes him in the national this city, but failed to reach her, and sentation to the new gO"emmenthn I cither end

adjournments were necessary as the minority colors T At any rate he presents a cry she finally received the sad intelligenceby it launches out upon the commission : If you like to fish. lore are the bridges i deliver I

stockholders do not own stock picturesque appearance in his red letter from a sister of her husband, plan J I and theoctan pier. If you like to hurt, gasoline without

enough and control votes enough to constitute sweater, white overalls and blue cap. who is living at Orlando.Mr. the, woods are full of game.

a quorum. Stych, who would have been 29 The hotel seem to'ie with each I any charge for delivery at'

Hut here is where the tactics of the Episcopal Churches.St. years of age in April, died of bemorrbage MORE LOUNGING l SEATSNEEDED[ other in offering pleasant diversions, esp '

minorityites came into play: Mary's, Daytona, service and ser- of the lungs, Thursday of las e -ci ially during the evenings. Card par. any point in Daytona Seat
I week. His: father, William Stych, has IN PARKAGES. tics, chess, checkers, flinch and other : ,
The minority stockholders again assembled | mon 111:00| : a. m.; service and sermon I
1 7.30 p. m. Music by vested male choir. charge of a large plantation at Haha I games are indulged/ in Dancing is of

of Dr. yesterday morning at the office Grace Church, Port Orange, Holy Honda, and Mr. Stvch joined his par: at r. 9. nightly occurrence at some, and there t breeze, Daytona Beach, Or
Ijingworthy-they were four ; I
ents there last July for the benefit of his
formal and rather
Communion an pretentious hop
shares short of a quorum so the meeting 9.00 a. m ; service and ser- Visitors Wish For These Every II
I health, and was, apparently much im 1 !
took a recess and II. Y. Stillman, mon 7:00 p. m. indulged in at the various hostelries at mond or Port Orange. Quality
irov ed. Mr. Stych suffered from a severe 'I -
Grace Church, New Smyrna, service Day-Would BeCourteous and
Dr. W 1'. Langworthy and W. A. Lang-
and attack of fever nearly two years I Cheap and light vaudeville is offered
sermon 4:00: p m. I
worthy drove to the home of Mr. Arm- and
Gracious To Them.It quantity guaranteed.
and while in condition
weakened Supply
strong, with the proxies of the other All seats free; everybody welcome. ago a : every afternoon and evening; at the
his lungs became affected. Heath street theatres, and this offers
minority stockholders in their pockets.Mr. U a fact everywhere observed in Call Office Phone
lIis death came suddenly and was a place to and and i 128
a drop in rest
Armstrong invited them into his ARE CASTING I URGE VOTES[ Honda that a large percentage of her
shock to his relatives and friends here, forget if have
house, and they stated that they met tourists are middle-aged if not elderly your care you any weighing : Mills Tran.sffr: 77
and hill young wife and her parents have
that as but t people. The salubrity of the climate I ux| >n vou.
morning adjournment
per IN THE PIANO COSIEST. the of their friends and Warehouse
I I deep sympathy The Yacht Club and the Automobile! : (fU;
being shy a quorum repaired to look made it a haven of retreat for such.

him up.Ir.. Stillman stated that l.e K neighbors.Mr.. Randolph. has cabled to have the Daytona is no exception to the rule:, and I Club If are excellent are literary lounging, and want keep i Kerosene Oil Delivered by Tank 11'a sou.
thought they should elect Dr. W. P to the casual observer it is apparent thata

,. Lacgworthy: W. A Langworthy, F. A. Are Coming: Strong-See Them Go remains forwarded to Daytona. very large percentage of I.erintf'r your wit sharpened and your intellect : Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils.

New all, L. G. Langworthy and II. \ visitors are elderly p-ople. Many such i! burnished, go to the public library, and

I Stillman as director, and see wU +NNN .... .
.NNtON.O .
I hour!', 3W 4.O.....
, would do with a bridge. Mr. Armstrongraised High School. C[ PORT ORANGE ) northern winter. Cooped up in artifi- .

an objection, but, mind you with i cially heated rooms they would not dare Mavlw it i- your. "spiritual( strength ---
Every day now the ballot boxes are want to Tin, him"
yon Ii.t. w < he* will
him in the room a quorum was present.Quicker I upon the icy stieetsand brave the piercing !I I'I'I
fuller. Votes
are coming in with a rush. ea< ii.tii>J 't'r one rdialIwdruinr I
than a cat could squint Mr. TORT ORANGE Feb 3-The Caledonian cold. Here they saunter forth upon I|I ) give jouac

i Stillman moved that the persons named Everybody gets a few but the most of Party Monday evening was a the streeth, drink in the bracing air, live The Il tllUdl.-'1I an now conducting OUR FOUR CARDINAL
them center around the first few in thtraee. PRINCIPLES
revivalerv :
j a ice at their church
he I elected directors and the secretarybe complete success as regards" the enjoyment i much in the sunshine and exercise. i j
instructed lioth in and out of Davtona. although of those and also financi- on the corner of Palimtto avenue and
to cast a unanimous ballot present Such people love to drop down now
for tbem. W. A. now and th'n some tail-ender ally. i 1 Ray street and considerable interest is
Langworthy seconded and then and rest and watch the pro- .
t J jll. the motion, and before Mr Armstrong makes a big vote just to make theIt'aI'rs Ex-Sheritf J. It. Turner was in town I] cessions move by; the pony carts, the aroused.: The Seventh Day Adventists ABSOLUTE SAFETY in ,mi) iy

ill- could leave the room, which he did as nervous and w'o ldt'r if something last week looking after his orange grove !! automobiles, the pcdetrians. The- are 1:, have their tent pitched on Third avenue.

i M quickly as possible, the motion had been phrnominal s going to happen. The Progressive Euchre Club is increasing -i i the people ho so of ten wish fora lounging -, G-i hear them.

put by Dr. Langworthy. who held the The Daytona high school had a fairly in number and popularity i scat on hich to rest I I i If none of those things appeal( to you, Capital, |10,0X()() ()( )
large vote, but the Rifles made "
chair and it carried.So a gain of Miss,A. E. George was hostess Tuesday It would not cost a great deal arid you 1&:1:1& 'grouch; in this .event
nine thousand, and way down the line : would\ 'tier i jou : for the Daily $250,000
there would show a liberal and welcome
you are. A resolution was spirit
the Elks with ,
came I
up thirty thousand, News if it doesn't h
= then adopted requesting the directors to A large party went up the Tomoka strangers would appreciate On the : < Ip you, you can at
f reduce the tollsSubsequently putting them right on the heels of Miss Friday in Perry Williams' boat, Two eats could be some such inscription HSelcome l least criticise the editor, 'knock" the Stockholders Liability $100,000)

; Jean Frances Conrad. Friend I "\\ to Rest Here," "Come Mt City Council 1, complain of the cold and

i the directors held a j[ Outside of Daytona the Wilman's Another party went up to Daytona Hen,'' or "Rest Awhile:," or some like ;t the du".t. expatiate. over and over about Actual security to depositors $1 50XXJ .
J meeting and elected Dr. Langworthy ][lop'ra 1 house made another of those expression. the bum
1 service and
i Wednesday t"\"t'n'g in the Johnson Bros There are a few such seats! and if you charges
president .
and 11.1
and Stillmai secretary :I wholesale daughter, nearly sixteen boat. Jennie B to attend a party in the will observe they are daily u,.e,J, Tl. rf of jour hotfl NOTE:-This Hank is Number One the "Honor H.,11" of
treasure tin
thousand this time This tote put them 'I Guild; Hall. i are not nearly enough of them. ..

For a long time the minority stockholders I away over the 300,000 mark. A Mr. Barnes, from Alabama, was -- I National) Banks in Florida) aid Xn. 1.S7 in the whole

have Every one voting in this I : The Band's I
advocated a reduction of contest should stricken with Moonlight Excursion. United States
paralysis Wednesday of among; over sixty. .HWii!, Inmdn-d National
tolls but were helpless as long as the j I be careful to cast their votes before the last week, and died the same day. Mr. I The Daytona Rand moonlight excursion I Dan Vs. ;

Armstrong-Smith stockholders thought :I expiration of the date punched on the Barnes accompanied the body to their :C(LIIOLLY HILL J on the steamer Cherokee" : Wt.Jnes-
otherwise. The public have long agreed ballot. AKo. when getting votes be home m Alabama. j j
with the minority stockholders that a careful to see that they are marked Mrs. DuBois was hostess of the church t, day: nis..t.a. not as largely! patronized Ia I CONSERVATJSMProven

substantial reduction in tolls the light.I HOLLY HILL Feb. would hav hewn the case had the
on tea last Thursday.i I 3-F. II I
i Central Bridge would I I I evening been warnif However,
not pauperize the I returned to Rosedale Monday, after hy our success an.tcnIryelIIlathfl.
: stockholders and at the-ame time would 11 I Death's Call Sudden. i i A WeddingParty.. 'i spending a few days at horn.I ... \\'re over fifty in the party and a I

be pleasing In thoe who arc ('ollll'dl.\1 I'' This I R. M. Adkins and daughter, I' pleasant tune was enjoyed in a trip to I SQUARE DEALING!
morning "t five a. m.. Wm. I ranci! __ .
Raymond McDonald Ormond, with hour's
to cross the Halifax: River.At a prosperous of Jacksonville an top at that
McConnell ar.'isitin
a prominent : hu sifter,
I' farmer and fruit of Port place and a pleasant band
the next grower Orange J Mrs F. concert to Ask our
of Bogle. .
meeting: the Board of and dressed himself for the patrons.COURTEOUSITHWTMENT
Jay and Miss Alice I a-Id to the
Almand, of Oateen, j 'njo"ment.
County Commissioners the A were J. P. Turner
newly elected I suffocating feeling coming over him was up on Saturday soliciting
i united in
marriage at the latter lace ;
t directors intend to appear and ask that t be sat down in his chair and expired ale ; ; signatures to a petition fur an

a substantial reduction be officially re- most instantly. His wife was Tuesdaymorning, returning to PortOrange 'j' election to promote the removal of the Denies Report.

cognized. and the shock was well nigh crushingMr. present make their the' home same day, where they will j county seat to New Smyrna 1 It is being r"portfatJOut the city Open an actxtiu. \ila 1 as ."m': ..e (Iili; ,;, Rii 'fralf'( | |it.

; Thus endcth another chapter.lie. McConnell came to Daytona the Miss Carrie Mabbute called upon her that: D. r. Randolph, candidate
Y Mr. McDonald is a brother of R. H. sister, Mrs. John Byne. on \\'ednesday.Mrs. ( for
of December and stopped at the McDonald, of this city, and Tuesday i Kline and sister 1IPi'or.m appoint }1. H Zuber for FIRST
Morgan, as is his custom expected on marshal if elected NATIONAL
the BANK
having been at
.- night Mr. and Mrs R. H. coming elects -
o D. II. Ratter made a trip tu here several McDonald Friday and will spend the winter in R. ,
M St. Augustine Thursday' on bigness; previous "winters. He Mad Miss Alice Yelvmgton and several other Lyle's cottage. n. Mr. Randolph says this is not
been apparently in his usual only untrue, but
e:)nnrte only once this winter had Zubir
complained of concerning the AUGUSTINE
onfereiu-e of whit h he is FO'retiry (not feeling well. Orange I and gave the young people a lag after his celery interests: here U ednesday. latter declared he report, the FLA.
was not after ,
warm reception. i( the I
and did not want it

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uur store your store New, 6Valenliues''! Valentine! Bigger Mr. and Mrs. C. G. ....................................... ...... ooooooooooeooooc I

oatohy, up to-the-minute goods com I better assortment than ever, at expected home Sunday from

ing in daily. Prices are and always same oM place. tended visit to New York. i and Daytona Beach i

. have been right. Reference, an'ybody. I CLARK, THE STATIONER Mr. and Mrs. Geo. JOE OSBORNE
L. H. HOWE & Co,
The Jewelers F. D. Slid ham, who has been at Victor, N. Y., are MRS. H. A. BERNARD Editor. : ,
work here for some time in the interest weeks with Chris Gou I
departed .... ...._._............. ...666..........%
Sheriff E. L Smith Saturday evening of the automobile races, Ground was broken this -- -- y-yy yyyyyyyyyyyI
Marshal John Tuesday afternoon on his return Feb. 2.-There DAYTONA BEACH Feb. 2-An
appointed Myersas wa. I ,
for the foundation of the
one of his deputies. to New York.J. Peters building on South Sunday night I lest the open meeting of the Ladies' Aid will be Sanitary Plumbing Heating and
fruit trees should be held at the home of Mrs. L. Z. Burdick
D. D. Rogers spent several days C. Young, father of Garth B. street. ,
at least this ear's crop Thursday evening. This will be a pleas-
last week in Miami biihinebs, re Young, the druggist, has returnedto
Souvenir Plates a pretty Messrs. Hatch and Gamble ant social function to which gentlemen
his home in Frankfort Ind., to
turning to Daytona Sunday. nir of the town for 50c at thrir trees all night, and :. as well as lames will receive invitations.
look after business interests
some ' registered 31, A program will be rendered.R. Ventilating.Complete
Benjamin Joudon who came up there, he having recently sold his The friends of Dr N. .
termed water J. McGrew has
some just made the
from Ft. Pierce last upon nee-
to Daytona elevator in that city. Mr.
grain are glad to see him again
the trees indica- alteration in the M. E.
returned that Sat- as a sure f'8l1ary Church
Monday place Young will return to Daytona in a handsome business stand
the log heaps fired. Major bulletin board substituting Mr. Barze's
urday. week or ten days. ,few davs' wrestle with a no effort to fire his grove name for Mr. Parson's.Mrs. Gas Plants Installed.

Turkey dinner every Sunday at For sale or rent, unfurnished R. J Malby, manager of the trees and fruit all right Keating arrived from Ocala Sunday

The Howard. tf cottage on Ivy Lane, new. Easy Lumber Company, made a night. Roland Keating came over Plumbing and Heating
The Yankee Doodle of the Lllenwotid terms tf Conrad Real Estate Co. trip to Jacksonville \ ment cards of the birth of a with her but returned to his duties Supplies.

and scraped fleet of boats For ,the is being: cleaned the Forest G. Smith of Grand Rapids turning to Daytona '; .\"and been Mr:*received. 5t. Claire here, who by Monday.Mrs.. E.. A. Freeman, of -outh Fram- Brass and Qalv. Pipe and Fittings.

present Mich., arrived Tuesday on a G. W. Rogers, of New the peninsula. The
ott ington. X. II. of Mrs. Cora
launch Dixie is on the ferrvruu and a guest!
combined business pleasure months
has been on a \
mentioned. They will not
Powell, is spending few days at Palm
County Commissioner. D. trip. He will be iu the city ten Daytona, hasTeturned to winter. Beach

Bradshaw returned Tuesday afternoon days or more. Mr Smith is a per- New York. He is with the Mallery and Miss Lila Head Attorney II. E. Morrow, wife and Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps.

from attendance at the regular sonal friend of \V. F. Holmes man- kiss manufactory at Miss Mallery's home on little son, who have been
spending some
meeting of the Board at DeLand6Dr. ager Growers of the* Association DaytonaTruck! and Fruit tTake a look at the from 5 to 10 p. m. time with Mrs. Morrow's sister, Mrs. Niagara Hydraulic Ran**.

lloughtnn, dentist, west end Shirt Waists at the were invited and it Cora Powell, on randview: avenue ,
Two well furnished for : occasion of mirth and en- leave today for their northern home Ireland
South Bridge Peck block, phone :S'2 cottages nishing Store. at PipeVrenches..
rent six rooms, bath. hot and cold the ouBg society set. Mu- HiINboro, Ohio.

Elder C. M t. Clark, of Chamberlain water, electric lights, fireplace. E. G. Kittridge, of pleasantly varied the pro- DAYTONA BEACH Feb. 3-Mr.

S. D., arrived in the city Monday Orange Ave., near Ridgewood. R. a"enue, left Thursday on a :30 they marched into the and Mrs A. Ayers entertained Friday

and will assist, for a time, in 51alby, Bond Lumber Co. tf trip to Pass-a-Grille, near St where an appetizing lunch evening for Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ayers,
the tent meeting, on Third avenue 1'1. burg lIe will return the and here again there was of Detroit Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. W. JOE OSBORNE The Plumber
I Mr. and Mrs. Silas Pratt and Mr. of next week. m-the proceedings Af- S. Olds and daughter of Lansing, Mich. ,
J. W. Shields has had a sixtj- and Mrs Gilman Davis and
son, a few more games were en- Five tables of "500" were in play The
foot flag staff, surmounted by a I Harold, of Oswego, X. Y, who are Attorneys Kgford lIly I they dispersed.
first James Harrison
was won by ,
prize Phone 96. 11
weather vane, erected on his lot, to located for the season at 115 Loomis Stewart and Wm Strin Orange Avenue.00t.03G0m00 .
I has talon the contract of New York, and consisted of a half
the south and in front of his the rived Wednesday
garage. avenue, are fully enjoying
A. I. Miller cottage. on bushel basket filled with twelve different
cFo RENT-Furnished cottage. beauty and fine weather of Dajtona and DeLand Daytona on their Beach way to av avenue and has part of kinds of fruits and vegetables taken *:. oG3ml
first visit here and
This is their ,
Dr. P. R. Bennett tf there. from the Ayers garden. Dainty refreshments
they are delighted with the city and Mrs M. Brady Capron reb. Somebody were served. Yesterday he took

Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bond, of De- its surroundings. Shirley Davis, of Urbana, mail bag containing the the party for a twenty-mile ride on the

Land spent Sunday in Dajtona, FoR RENT-Seven-room furnished rived in the city last ni was tuissent to Daytona Halifax river in his launch, Binayre.

driving over in Mr. Bond's car cottage, including piano and sew- stay of several weeks. afternoon and the ; All reported a delightful time. r-

They were accompanied by Miss j hug machine. Bath, electric lights, guests at the Parkinson: subscribers were righteously E A. Davis, who is spending the Every Stetson bears this Stcttoa I1&IH

Martha C. Bell, of Philadelphia I j etc :3-7 N Beach street, fifth house on account of the non-ar- winter at The Pmehurst enjoyed a call
W C. Mellor eldest
son yesterday forenoon from his friends, We don't have to stand and
It is now Grandpa Erickson, if I B uth of First avenue. tf Mellor will arrive tonight papers. II
'!, who recently purchased Mr. and Mrs. Lt& rtt. who arrived at argue to induce a man to select a
and Hanson
Mr. Mrs. C.
you please, from Pa.
family Pitt&burg, ,
Martin Geisler well known '
become a cottage on the corner of Daytona Monday night from Homestead -
of Cleveland. Ohio, having I 'ian of the Bronx, arrived, with cupy the Mellor residence I
I streets, has a torce of L. I.Winfred. HStetson
of fine
the proud parents a eight- wood, just north of Volusia
his wife from New York Tues-
Thursday of last week cleaners at work putting Meeks Haight and pretty
pound boy,
I day to spend the balance of the cCalI at Our Store premises in fine shape. young bride arrived from Peekskill, N.

tSEI I>AT L-AST-The Adam Sdiantz I i *, ason here. Mr. Geisler, who isa string beans tomatoes, etc will be added, side porch Y.. last Friday night, on a visit to his 1: Hat'

Plant has just received a full supplyof I friend of Conrad Stubenbord, of a wail put down and the parents on Peninsula Drive The local

incandescent lamps. North Ridgewood: avenue, came hereto Mrs Hobbs, of the Art and set to flowers and paper gives the following account of the

visit Mr Stubenbord for a few store, in the Anderson ; house treated to a fre h ceremony: .'lIaight-. darns. Winfred $ He usually knows all about it before

Mrs. J. F. Burton and daughter, days last winter, was go charmed been quite ill for several Mr Jones is energetically Meeks Haight and Cora Bell Adams c'- he comes in, and all we needto

:Mrs. Lester C. Lincoln of Brooklyn! : with the place that he remained is now regaining her stren : the work. Mrs. O T. were quietly married Monday Jan. 25, do is to have the style

N. Y. arrived in the city Tuesdayto I three weeks, and now returns with will resume her place in Ohio, is guest of Mr. and at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. 'h he wants, and

remain during tho Reason Mrs. ,I Mrs I Geisler for a more prolonged store. at their new home Victoria Adam! Constant avenue by ; ., you can de

Burton is a sister of Miss M. EllaDeVoy. st iy. Mrs Launa I.. Smith birds were singing }es- Rev. Geo. E. Barber Only the immediate .. : pendupon
I forgetfulness of the re- family were present. They go to 'k it, we art
-1.1\ Eln FOR S.VIE-My time is so Wednesday night from
The yacht "Orion." with Captain I fully occupied with my DeLand bus- Ky, to spend the <.' the bathers wore again en- Daytona Beach, where they will spend \ : ; ; -- ready.

Charles II Fentnn, John Titter and mess tint I desire to sell my livery season with her friends, surf and the sunshine sexiiitime with Mr. Haight's parentsMr. \
William Allen from the K.slollc'Yacht business at Seabreeze. The business Chamberlain and Jau .III arrived yesterday and Mrs. James Hl ght." \ '

Club of Tocony, Philadelphia ; consists of what is known as Jessie, on Magnolia avenue ii at his home on Valley Douglas Horton of Peekskill N. Y., \
\\hmfield left his party at arrived Tuesday and is a guest at The \ We Lass the
arrive I the Halifax River Yacl W.i
at t the " Stable. Address Stetson Soft
Manager. G. Nash of They are expected to ar- Pmehurst.
Club, on Monday. i C Cannons, DeLand. Fla. 23-tf and Derby
i tona ball team is m {"() \\". J.C. Newman and wife, of Chicago, 5' .ci' Hats in all

:Collars: 2 rents, all style shirts Philip Jaqni and wife, of Morris- with the Rollins College Circle met with Mr Poor, arrived from the North yesterday and C', the latest

10 cents with work left and called town. N J were in the city Wed- team in regard to plajiug inLert'8t3."r. avenue this afternoon. are guests: at the Seaside Inn. jte styles

for at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf ne-,day, and after a visit down with them at this place met in rigular! session Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. F. Sibert.of Franklin -

the coast, will be back for a to arrange for a match There was the usual I Ind, arrived from St Petersburg
I M. Cox, Bolit.iting agent for lie protracted stay and ,(for the races nt'xt"eek.. : A petition was present-I yesterday and expect to spend the rest Phone 2. M. B. AULTMAN. Beach St.
Southern Express Company, tame l for the and I of the here.
)Ir. and Mrs. and owning season
Jaqui a
partyof Mr. and Mrs. E J.
in Tuesday, and \Vedntsday morn I friends, were here last winter, children arrived a boulevard from Pinewood I Mr. Austin is having his lot and yardgraded. \\ \\egl\rTotctlntln- .' ITUIlJ Piano Cent,'-t.
ing drove to Mound drove: on I
up On motion it .
ocean. was
of the burns cottages -
occupjing one Pa to spend the
business connected with I the shipping i Pittsburg ,
$25 from the tow Mr. and Mrs. Milwaukee Mr. -- -- -
on Cedar street. Mr. Jaqui n I Phillips, ;
of Knox of the season with Mrs\
fruit from the A Heedgrm'es.
the months of February and Mrs. II. L. C. E. lIamI
left Newark, N J., Monday noon, 1 Mr. and Mrs II. Ermetmge.
o'clock, and ate his dinner here last at there beautiful winter for the benefit or the I ilto i and wife, St. Louts; Wm. B. Jones,

The rehearsals have begun for the night. This shows the sort of serv- North Ridgewood avenue i bug:, Island are recent arrivals at the I
high S-hnol play to he en en ill uv the railroads now give betweenthe is drawing plans for a 1 Duvtona Beach Hotel

March Rehearsals l are under the] East and Daytona Mr. elxhrlow, who Mrs. Wm. Wetherell, Jr., was over I
Mr. and Mrs G M L
direction of Miss Fuller of the .' one
Mrs I L C. Demaree arrived from New York City, who have
instnu.tors at the High ft hoo], and : Kentucky Sunday night to relieve I guests of Geo F Crouch liou>e. I House jesterday. I i SCHNEIDER. '\. I 1). Fitzgerald & Oates
held] the Daytona) house, I tickets have been sold John J. Hart wife and little son,
are in
South Bt'a.h street opera the loneliness of the City Editor of the past three weeks, left I excurs'on tonight got- Detroit. Mich.; Mr. and Mrs.Cook, North physician and Surgeon. Attorneys at Law I
on I Dakota arrived for. of the
I the Daily News. A blizzard wasT York this morning. benefit of the hand. the part
eFUK RENT un Sill-:-Furnished: prevailing when Mrs Demaree left well pleased with Daytona lr8. McNutt of Cleveland week Crest and are season guests at the Surf 302 North Ridgewood I Special Attention to Examining and

cottage, 107 Orange avenue I*. D. her home at JohnsonJunction Sat- sing its praises hereafter. arrived !several weeks ago I DAYTONA BEACH Feb 4.-Mrs. Phone 193, Daytona Honda. II' Perfecting. Land Titles.
W.'a. have taken I
Pitcher, next door east.: tfKeep uiday morning, that makes the Mrs. George E. Pollard .. Julia Martin's home, on ,I C. I- Horn left yesterday morning for Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m., Conrad Block, DAYTON 1-LA.
woither here as a summer 6 8
to m.
appear p.
day afternoon to join Mr. Chattanooga, answer to a letter
) an eye on jour bicycle /ephvr in comparison In the first Claremont where he has Ft'h.C.. F. Burg-I announcing the serious illness of her : C''an 1). Ijjndli Bert Kith
this season of the j'ear. There Is attempt to reach the railroad station I DK.J.C.KAWL1NGSPhysician
since their lac'r.The
relatives return of yesterday in ormond. mot
more or less trouble during: the win- the vehicle was stalled and a wheel northwest. Mr and I officers of the Epworth Leagueand LANDIS & I PISH
with either broken in the deep-drifted snow, I made a business trip
season bicjclts
may come over to Da} i iI the church trustees: held a business & Surgeon. Attorneys at Law
to return
and Mrs Demaree antI her trunk today, expecting
stolen outright temporarily I
appropriated time of the automobile I sc!'-ion at th parsonage Monday night
Practicing: In all State and Federal
by unscrupulous} :' |w r onsR. were finally transported to the depoton I March. to consider enlarging; the church Office OL: Volusia avenue first door Court. <'Ivll or Criminal business given -
Jaren lost his wheel Monday a large sled, after the way had I sidewalk is ting laid in J. C. Butler yesterday closed a deal rorlnvrstlgtllngand careful/attention.! special' !' faelllll"1'

calling on W F. Holmes on I/mm been somewhat bettered by means of of Dajtona's Kurgmau resident property with J. II Garfield of Boston, for the west of Hankins Pharmacy. DelAnd. Florida.
avenue at about 8 o'clock shovels Many and will be continued all -- ----- -- -
of lot Earl
puzzled over the block. purchase a on street belong Isaac A.Btewart t (ford Sly I
whether the incoming : ing to Mrs. Edith Uru-th-Shoemaker.' E. L. STEWART
............HH..a..a..................... satisfied with the salary dredge it dredging out }Ir. Garfield) is son of Dr. Garfield. Physician and Surgeon SI [ \v HT & LiLY

The Vote As It Stood Thursday EveningIN I for will the be office want, or both.with' I Mr at*the. IL d Powell<*:k. of Bell- !.I. w pi ho tid e,new on Palmetto home has avenue.recently been corn- Special Ear,attention Throat and to diseases Nose. of Office tile Lawyers I

arrived from Miami The Tuesday night dance at the Casino -
THE BUSH & SAFFORD PIANO CONTEST. candidates are prepared jester and residence Magnolia avcnne :!Ird Office next door to Bank Building,
the question now. taken part of Mr*. St< w- under the auspices of the Dance door west of P.O. telephone 82.OlTUe DeLand, FloridaT1TLIS
Club, was quite a pleasant and select : hours a m to a p. m.
DAYTON I Manager E. L. Gunn, of I affair. :
has sold. one-half of his [
Daytona High School 1.194,615 tric light plant, says street! to Mr. Saun< r, of C.I.. Horn is just completing a cement G. A. KLOCK I INSURED I I'ou

Halifax Rifles .. 875.620 lights_ provided_ for at .the. 1. I the lot H being uriderbrushed : sidewalk, on Palmetto avenue, for Cbas : \ ) ia County Abstract. Investmentand
Order Eastern Star 637,895 ing: of the city council \\ I \Vilhsun. which includes an extension of Physician and Surgeon) Title Insurance Company.

Miss Maggie Morgan 139.355 I stalled and ready for use has arrived fur E.: C. "it- 330 feet, on Palmetto from Seabreeze special ftttfnllon given to III..alt'1! of Abstract furnished and titles p"rf<<
Miss Jean Frances Conrad 95,530 night at the intersection of I I avenue.south, as soon as Vandevorde tb. Eytand Fitting of oflames.| Office ed ;Maps Plat* and Blue Print. t'l
.. ... ... ... ... and work has resumed. Office hours I pllrd. I'rf-rt Hsh.PreiCarer; I) )
n. P. o. Elks 0' 85,720 and Ridgewood and ha completed the walk in front of his over(Hobe clothing hturf I j Mc'v and Tress Opposite Volutla Co
Baptist Parsonage 43,340 Ridgewood avenue, in the Mrs. O -!). Sheets of rand; I I : toMB m.1 to3: p. hi.,i I" ".\\111 p. inDATONA. Bank, lI.and. Ma'D. .
I property, which is in course of construe M.\.
Colored Industrial School 42,080 of the and Mr. and Mr L Bi-J I I -- I
part city. tion. A number of lots have recently ----- -- -
Miss Mary Qille .. 30,720 Mich arrived lat wek 'I been purchased and cleared on this M. JOSIE ROflERS, M. l U. '! I I D. & C. AI I OGlKS
Miss McCann .. 13,275 Col.! and Mr I R M ts e>f The GUnwood Mrs. :
street, and just now it i. taking the Iud i
Miss Rose McDonald ... ... ... ... ... 2,500 arrived in the city from daughter of Mrs P.Oldli.I I in improvements.Miss Homeopathic ian1 Civil l Engineers I

Daytona Institute ... ... ... .... ... 925 Tuesday and went to W. Fleet arrived ).estl'r-I who has been
Doubleday, spending -
Mrs. F. L. Middleton ... ... ... ... .o. 525 wood to await the Fort Thomas! I\y, and w ill some time at the home of C. II. Office No Hours 453 ,North 12:30 Heath to 2:30 Street and fi:00 : oir 1'toII ({MIAMI DAYTONA> ILA.Daj I

OUTSIDE OF DAYTON : :handsome houseboat, \e of abseni with his par II, Willson, left yesterday on the return to 7:30.Telephone .
but receiving word that Established 1873DR.
I Office
Wilman's Opera House 313,400 boulevard. trip to her home, at Bioghsmpton, N.Y. No. 122. lona
: aground at point
Kingston School 103,040 : river they departed some by sale of the past ten
Seabreeze High School 90,040 nesday afternoon to rtat'h yesterday when ra.- looking. after his orange interests, at Hospital I '
M. E. Parsonage, Daytona Beach 82,588 : the nearest place of Buffalo, X. Y.,purchased SaUurna, Ma, expects to visit )Ir. and Daytona Private II
Seabreeze Congregational Church 44,095 the corner of Butler and! Mrs Coates in the near future. and Sanitarium!

Miss Elsie Coates Daytona Beach 37,755 One of the prettiest '. avenue, 0*) fret ocean front i 1 W.otrin..r"now., of Sanford, arrivedin Every facility of medical'forth and proper urKt tr.Mm.ntndcar0 <-,1 l ('''wfcl <. I

I Miss Alice Daugherty, Daytona Beach 33,595 season occurred at the says he intend erecting a the burg I last night, and was rvgist quiet"ctrlc surroundinRS l appliance Hicl trained"l attention miure.. I II

Miss Jennie Murray, New Smyrna 5,170 A E Barker, 17 South : residence on the purchased : end at the Daytona Beach Hotel liven to all patients Terms on pplllatlon. .
The deal made \ I. :io.11;! H. Beb st. I'aytonaItr.O '
I bj
Miss Ruby Spaulding, Daytona Beach 4,015 :
Wednesday .
avenue, \\ alter R. I'nison, of New London A. KL"CK
Miss Sallie Hol'and, Daytona Beach 3,670 : I honor of her mother I i, Conn.. and C. A. Miles, of Jacksonville. PhysicIan Intbargf. _ _ I

Ormond School 545 t Hill, it being her 8oth:: II )Dayton shipped a large : registered at the Seaside Inn last night;

aaaaiaa.a............>aaaaaaaaaai...ia. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaiI I Covers were laid for to Miss Burkhard, jes- :i Mrs Sherman las arrived from Chicago DK. W. iGO'I : ;I A. 0'Xr.ILL I I
most bountiful repast \ her grove on the ocean i
: a and will spend the winter with he Dentist i iOlrlce
I followed by a musicale. Burkhard expects to spend iI OS'IEOPAIIIAtnlervm
I home fittingly }.! or t\l'n longer! at her home brother, in the Peterson cottage. I
waery .
r..i t for the ot'casion.Mr \t a recent meeting of the M E. : I'ornrr ItMtfewocnl! HIM! \<4. t I.I I I .

: '! Hitt and daughter, Miss Church trustees a committee wa!' appointed I: Ifcach Strt-et
h --- I II I and Mrs.V.. S. I)elhi, N. Y., arrived at The : to prepare plans for the enlargement PHONE S'J i I

i have been visiting with last night. of the church which plans were to I ---- --
I I J. W Price and family !on armed from Atlanta be submitted at the next trustees: meet"f'ry'' ROY HOWI ,%\. I D I,I S.-I II. GOYE[
: : for the past two or three and will visit with Miss Ru-- ing. It i$ being demonstrated I I
I Thursday their Mrs. McCullough on Ocean : Sunday that the congregation. has outgrown Physician and Sur.ueon.; Architect Builder and

I home at Clayton, Ga. for a couple of weeks the seating capacity of the building Contractor
: Office and residence: 1.3: So. I5ul.jpwood -
votes cast for Price came for a week is on the ground for the con
I and Mrs Barze have been enjoj Avenue, opp Kidgewood Ho- Kestdpnre and office, northeast cor-
: were so charmed with of tower for windmills for I Rev
I Each issue of the Gazette-News publish one of these I latters tel. Phone 175. Office hours: 9 to ner Hidgewood and Volusia ave. I
coupons. brother,
they prolonged their visit : and P. G Ridgeway. mg a v iMt from the Daytona, Ha
It must be voted within seven dajs February 0, 1909. I threeweelosand then left of Erie, Pa. is danger- }Ir. I>)>tot ling and family, who left a few 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6 30 to S p. m. Phone 89. .."
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1 II Confers Degrees, I M PICK( THE I: J. H. Case of Port Orange, is in !f sIIIsIss .. :1Day

I thp citmu.h of the time now in
TIIK BUSH & S AFFORD Co. Halifax Council So. I. Royal and Se- I, f'OnuHiionith the Seventh Day r
lect Musters, through a grist of candidates /; I
at their put regular meeting Tuesday mm, PIEASEThe [ :I.I AdrentUt meetings being held here. Electric Current I II

I PIANO nicht at Masonic ball. Geo. F. Smith ..It Mrs A. C. Phillips and daughter,

CONTESTI Joseph Oeborue.;; Charles Host Jacob I Miss 'Vera of Manchester Iowa, whore .
and H. C. Quattlebaum receiving Official Ballot for Election
Espedabl tot
I I i a stopping with their friends. Mr. Will be turned on
which two residents of Daytona and vicinity will be awarded the decrees.W.
II. Jewell, of Orlando, was in the be Held on February and Mrs. E.L: Condit, corner Orange I ,
IN two beautiful Howard Pianos, furnished by the Bush & Safford city, and sisced in conferring the de. I and Palmetto avenues, are ;

Piano Company of Miami, sole representatives of the R. S. How- grees. 10th, Next. creatly enjoying the weather here. December I, 1908. :
ard Co. The be conducted behalf of the Bush &
contest to on In compliance with the law governing ,;j': It i is their first visit to Florida and,
Church Supper Was A Success. the case the various candidates filed being accustomed to the long. cold I ,
This will give the citizens of Daytona
Ntsk winters of Iowa they
their applications with the city clerk A. I I are enraptured
I Folks didn't seem to be thoroughly
=$2,45O.OO-| I McF. Porter with the climate of Daytona.
previous! to Saturday night Beach
warmed up since the icy breath of Sat. I Seabreeze and Daytona an opportunity -
and listof those in the i is in
a running now --- -
One $4<(M ft) II. S. Howard Phno will be given to the person or organization I urday and Sunday swept the coast so. the band of the Gazette-News job printing : to operate
the Congre
the attendance Tuesday at One of iicE.c.senz'iaLs t
residing in the City of Daytona who receives the highest : gationtal Church supper was not an. l department, which %ill! print the official !
number ofotes..

And one ;$400 R. S. Howard Piano to the person in Volusia !,,: large a?' been it would normal.nave The been supper bad the was conditions a*, Following ballot*.is the list:-For Mayor, E.I: I Electric Fans, Flat Irons, Machines\ ,

> County outside of Daytona who receives the highest vote. I nevertheless the attendance. W. Greene, D. F. Randolph; City Clerl, of the happy homes of t -day is a vast

t In addition to the two piano additional prizes will be given to success A. McF. Porter; Assessor, W. II E fund of information: to the best methodsof I
and the receipts grati.fying. -
being very good of various kinds. The -
contestants as follows : ; mondson, Geo F. Smith; Collector W..I I promoting health and happiness and motors operating

G. Hobbs, Albert E. Shanks IL T. and of the world's
I Two Due Bills for $200 each Two Due Bills for $100 each I Titus; Treasurer F. T. Peck; Councilmen I I best right product laing knowledge I of motors by electricity is clean

Two Due Bills for $175 each Two Due Bills for $ 7 j each t
DON'T WAIT. (twoyearsS.ILGove.) G. A Klock. ) Ask
I Products of actual excellence and and& economical.
Two Due Bills for ) each Two Due 5-l4leach<> E. J. Mills Councilmen E. I Ii
: $150; Bills for $ ; (one year) reasonable claims! truthfully presented

Two Due Bills for $ l Ij: :; eath Two Due Bills for $ 25 each T. Conrad, Simon Hymaun Lew Smith; I I and which have attained to world-wide i ;i OLightOPlant
Take Advantage of Daytona Citizen's School Trustee (one year), A J. Wilder.Nine .
acceptance: through: the approval of the Adam Scbntz Electric
i Contest Commenced Dec. 1st, 1908, Closes March 31, 190. Experience Before It's Too Late. Well-Informed of the World; not of individuals .
mules the of W. C. ,
1 1i
When. the back begin to ache, property : only but of the many who have: I I'O.jJC..H"
i Cannons, of DeLand, died Sunday night

i I RULES( { AM'lie R6LAIIOS.I ; HOW AND WIIERE[ { TO a GET T VOTES i J i comes I Pon't chronic wRIt :until the backache lie- at the Halfway Station between Day i the the happy best faculty the world of selecting aiTords.and obtaining i E. L. (jlUNX, General Manager.)

tona and Dt>Land. The mules werethe
II I I Till serious kidney trouble develop: One of the products of that class, of
, content i in open to anyone The following merchantc will ,rive: Till : troubles destroy oigbt'linit I work stock which Mr. Cannons used) '- """" a .............
: livilig Volu-ia who i i" unary known' component parts, an Ethical
in County oneTote foreveryerntpftid into their !! in his road building on the Daytona-lX-I ;
J known by the conductor of the. -on-- ', : Lano road. It first remedy! approved by physicians. and commended -
establishment for goods w bich they i iI was thought theywere
test!" or vouched for by M,nie reputable i i Profit by a Paytontt dtizen'ell'eri.. by the Well-Informed of the FREE SAMPLES OF WALL ?APER
person to them well know u. 1 handle: I e: ce. victims of the sharp, cold blast of .

:?. employe... attacho relative I'KCK-HEXnmrKSCO.. Dry) Good*. Mr*. C. H. I'ellickr"' AveHDa that night, but Mr. Cannons found a World as a valuable! and wholesome family IA fo'TRD
of the proprietoisof the above floating fragment of drug store l laxative 'u: the well-known Syrup of Figs NEWV.'I Pajxr will II to.
named GEl II. CLARK. Jewelry and :-:tationery. paper --J. '
Fl 'I have been
tona, says: Krea' C fl.;:; v: :aritir-7 -,1':1t.roz"wtfI-J
firms arteliirible to participate in near by and evidence of prison and is and Elixir of Senna. To get its! beneficial r.r :" : I I ron . !,J.
dismal roots* :3 aa attractive .. I paoenr trill."
l by Uoan'a KidnePill and do I ,
no thin manner.contest! and will artidpatt| in 1 L Ci.! LYMX, GrOt.'l'rW8.'Till not liffitate to nay co publicly.* I had; working upon that theory. I'I (effect: always: buy the genuine manufactured place cheer at !a home.V.'e door. I "ri'il'P. ,/.""e' .,,''\:.,.. ;.;.r.;...Jt intcr.j;u' .j'e piictiofmd fret, 1

.. I 3. In the event of a miiinderPtaudinu : G.ZF.rn.EWi: : COMPANY dull backache pains across my loins, For Rent or Sale.-Two modern by the California Fig Syrup Co., the prirfleee your of ecc- i..1.P, t t 'Ui! 1 I. far' and color

1 between candidates or others IIIANKINS. Drugtti-< could not rent at night and tnorningtw furnished houses on Hay street. near I only and for sale by all leading druggUts.; tioot from the largest ":' .I\\ card. Ve have erer/
: interested in this Content. nmhcontrotersy and most varied stoet ia -. ,-ij t-.inj in i'AiNF! asj can
R. H. kIlO .\I.II.! ) Meat }.) get, up all worn out with but little Beach. Southern exposure a desirable I 1- % 3'.J' :
I l the South. uve you taony.
loe referred to the :. I
,t may location. &5''0 .. ,, .. y
conductor of the 'Outt"'t. who aloneare M. H. AULTMAN.nentK FurnishingsGRU ftrength. To nay thaI I was miserable $ each. Address I Phillip E. Robinson Architect I.-. .. "'' ;
far.. ...
i't WT3
P rs. : .
the render ER-MORKIS HARItWARKCO.: J. E. Rush, Ocala Fla real. Vatlonitl ; i '
pernon qualified to feebly elpl'Ic.111.1; condition, !o or any i 1d'g L :
'aiannah. < .. I I __ ::: =:. .;
dwUiona. KINUIIAM A MALE CO.. Form lireWhere fact. I was oo bad at times that I could I estate agent. Daytona Fla. tf'I : WiutiT Ho-ii> -

4. In theevent a randid.itedei-ideM hardly get around to attend to I rirtF, In florid: m..mW.B.ySc. BALFE-CONROY.2ANY ; :W-. :...tla. ?
my .
Mrs. J. M. Chaffer of r j .luIIIIAI.! > S. "
withdraw from the ra<'e, siidican- street, ,
Votes May be Cast. hou ehtd] duties. A bsight'orwho had I I j.III'II.m.; ..>..
didate will not be: allowed to tranrfervotes I Kingston. went to Oak Hill Saturday rr<'pial (; rBoston. -
. to to the credit of another candidate I'ullut! IJo\ei will Iw 1.1 Iao-d in the us.'d (I'onn'x Kidney rills for like trouble i f1t-'UI
afternoon to remain f">r a I time | tJ< ...aQ.f} @Qtt 0 tl Q'
: in the contest. lions represent! in tin Control. II.1 *. recommended them to me and I pn with ilr. Chaffer who is teaching .
l cured a lox at HanlinV drug store. I | !a\aniiah. (I)) A. D. McBRIDE J. B. CONRAD F. N.C'f ,
..,-._ _ _ _ I school at that place.Legal Tampa.SIZABRLKZE ) 1
I u>ed this and the contents of another '11 i PrcsiJent \ke.Rrcf. Cashier

; I l 10"x and) I im certain that they benefitted ..i.iisissi-.--us-.-si.i.......

t me more than any thing else I IIevertrud had I MERCHANTS BANK

RIGHT OFF e1trMotgs I Myotrtngth and energy fta.turn. : Notices : THE GLENWOOD I
.,), the backache Ceased and I tie II

kidney MiTetions were once mort rector, ..issi.iiiisisisui....... Q Capital Stock .. .. ......... ...... ..... .. .. . .. .. .. COO)
TREES ..1 1 c.. a natural condition. You are >vel1itnir TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE. FLA. ((I)) Surj.lnsand Profits .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ... 53lC3Four ; ;

ttI.,.. its'tf this ftatement. as I It I 111 111 I* nt the f..llo1llhuq'II..nt th turn' :SEAR lOSIOFI1CE. SCHOOL ANU SHOVE. per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time Certificates : -

Nearly all the fruit that comes I may U tt.e means of bringing relief to specified receive Tm It..turnf..r tho Tat: I c of Deposit. Xo notice leqnim! for withdrawals
V some other sufferer of kidney trouble." 6 of lt"w: MOItk> MOL: C 1-
to the market is picked while Xo. I .:nterprlsTu..dsy.| K..1.. SI.! from
green m'toWd. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents J Safe Boxes For
: The flDtst Cae Ito :S p. in.No. Electric Lights, Telephone, all Deposit Rent.
and allowed to npcn on the way. Fost'r. Iilbum Co., Buffalo X. Y., sole 1 Orange City.TuewUy. ....10. :SI. fromy
.tVARIETlES6STYLESINTIN&GLASSOf agent for the United States. to 11 a. ni.No. Con\ eniences.Cilll. ;' o.1m&m t Q&.I..I'
\ course such fruit never has the .3 IteKniHl. Mo,..ii.,'. hVU ht. from s I.. .
Remember the nameDoan'sandtake It Ii. III. .. Itt >.\TINt.. KI-IIIM.. H\Tlir.M..
: delicious flavor of that which is ripened in nature's manner. no other. No. 4 IV I/eon Springs Monday. 't-h.. Mh.
from to 11 ... .. .
it. itt.No.
r l -l l for ! EAST COAST
For this reasonTIEROYAL 5 1I'trItIg.Tu..Iity: KrK Vtli. from RAILWAYLOCAL
10 toll I I *. nt.No. .
A H.->lllf, Fit.H'th. from
SCARLET BRANDis :MML' MUNICIPAL! ELECTION.I. 10 to i:!B. n>. -- --- t TIME CARD No. 77. Effective January 5, 1909No99No.35No33No.9

No.7 OrmoiKl. Ion"".". ",..h. I.t h. from KroM Nox..tiiJ...r ::4. I."... to April IS.; I l'." t .
/ Fli. do liereby. rail/ thf'rltu. No. Iluytonn.'t"dnl', ....h. 17th I DAILY D.ULY.D.ULY. DAILY :, : .: .\ J 1 DAILYIPAILT_ .
really superior in flavor and healthfulness to any of the i lar aiinnal eletion to beheld at the Citv from 9 to It n. ni.No. .\fl"rprlll:. I i". HOTKL I.r. CMFVAl.irK '. iijm: 3 a) pan h000&mlSUam LT Jackacuvilie ..Ir7. j.i 7 id pi i I ii pn 830 aa
Hall I I on I lie.. t.-ntli ( I I0tldayof,) Frbnj;. V Port orange, Thurs luy. Ki-l. Mli1 10 5u pm 4 50 pro II lOam 8)am Lv Auztktme :\i 6 :'; i :n r. j> pin:: .j 12 aid 7 Kim
fresh fruits that come: from nearby orchards during the few J I from M to IX II. ft.No. (KiaiM.rm.New Jersey. 1t4.1J.iui 6 39 |>tn ltalemi9siiamh.v: t F,..-t 1'aUUa 1.S, la j.ri S Ppru 9 47 am < Uam .
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I"9.' at uhhh el.t-tion the ijunlti I. .. I 125pm''-........ Lv UjtelOriiiuiM L' 4 011" .. .
days of the fruit season. I -.I .--i.--tort ..f the City will east theili.illoti r from 1 in to New i in.No. Miiuyrms.. Tu xlay. I-VI :!::.II. i 1 24 am, 6 :01 pinl I :3j pm. '11 27 am Liorm..uuI ... Li'r";-M'- pm .i.l; pn" C *4 am 4'32'an
p. 1 #5 I 7 06 prai 1 4 .. .
ami .11 4'J Lv
for the election; of > |m am .Da tonS L. 3 ::i pm :.141pm 8 -t am 419 am34i
the follow iufoRiei ( II O.ik 11111.'dn.I..,.,. K.l. 24th 330am:! 7 42 pm i 22'1 J2: :n Lv .
pm, ptu Newhmyreii h, ::t i; pn :3 17 pm 8 o J am ,m
ROYAL SCARLET FRUITS are gathered and put up at I >: from lit to 12: .. in. ; The :S U am .8 Sa pm. ,| 3 3)\ pm.! 1 W pm l.r .Tltu.\1Ik-. J., 1-u pm 230pm: G i S am t am142aia
I Onel.ior; for one year: No. I It Tumokll. r"'lItll" .>-r..; from Morgan | 2 11 pun LT .....Vfico* \U47piiii
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the orchards the and the flavor that ( Clerk for one 11 to 12a. III. 3 C2 am. 9 11 i-m ifi'67j.'mi| I' a 1* i-m: : Lr.:..Rock Mr?... t U 4.{ pun: :! 1 16 i.ra 'c 6 il..m.! i _
day they year
very arc ripe, One .\Iit'; !'."or. for on.. year; ; No. 1.1 (.;I.-...-..... TIK--.I>. FeK :S:.l. fr..iu I ::::::.. '::::'.1::::::.I:::'''sMi'inLr SCO 'ira: Lv.:...Fin Melbourne Calie.! : Ls i.s !U.t' an fm. ::::.:::: .:::... ..::::::
nature alone can give is preserved. One C'ol:l"\.tor. for one year; : CORNF.K r.XLMKTTO: tNt'tt'I.liIA I 6 02:! am 11 20 pm 6 05 pm 5WpmLr ...rLllerrr ... L\ N 10 mi II Mam 420am .;i n pal :
oi( Ijike II.-l.-n.' 7 50 1 06 7 55 I '.
Wmllievlny. Fein. *I. am am 7 )' ,
One Treasurer for : AF.NTF.s.:: ..... .... pm L7 "UI 9 45 an 7 5) ain 'OOp. s
one .
year fro"110\ II K.III.No. 'I IIO'.m 8 10/ pm 12> pmAr. .,1'slm Bonct. I. 7 :30 .... ..
Royal Scarlet stands for the best in the Canned Goods line. Three Memberc of the City l"ollndl. fotwo ,r iOsam,3O.m1upm1O1apmAr..Mhtnit, / ... .mI930.m., I| 840pm
U ('UC"'" IU'III.I", liMh.froni I to Lv 4..3 ;12 10 am .
: (2)) years; t p. in. 11 2'arn1' 3 40am ). ........|.......... Lr. ....\r.! ..... ......... ii5epunbOpa eWpm T
12 22 .... .I. ....... .
'XA.II. pm J .1fometea4. .I. ... .
One Member of the City (Council foone r No. j It P't'-t'on,, FeK I.t, from r DAYTONA 2 31 622 ami.. ::: :. ....... \ : 400'pm
1. pm :..
I Loos
FOR SALE BY ((1)I ) year, to till the unexpired termof to:3 p.. in.No. *33> ;.m T no urn : .:.<.......:' L Knlnhx Key; l.v L\ :::::: :::::::::: 906 8 30pm pra 147 1 OQj pa>m

Jfo. II. Hark resigned; t to S I?in.iKtevn, WttliHxulHjr, Kl>. :tl. from M. MAXWILLEK. PROPRIETOR: I. 00pnf.. ... .. .... %. la P. &. n.. :01.S. ('.0.Ar. J..y: \\estl.1': .AiI.=, .(.0. ....... 800&18 ..
p. 4 .30I.m'lal'o. S. S..Co..4.r. .U.nna..L, .. .
L. G. One member of the City Council, for' : V1ai..t.O..S.Cu.hlGiaml I '
LYMAN. No. is Holly IIIIl.Tu.-Mlaj, Fit.. l.;.th troti1'toua.n. -
ona ((1 I I year to fill the unexpired term Dally except Sunday. Trains do n..t stop at !'t.llnDt which no time Is shown.;; ;

t : __ _______ ______ _ _______ of K. I I... Shear: resigned; No. 19 Plerwn. TU"II:,,.. t't.h. Vth. from t ,--------- -- -
: OnSchool Trustee for omlear( ) ,. LOW TIDES on the BEACH : I _ _ PALATKPRNCII ,
. ................................. ..................,1 to;till, who the unexpired failed to qualify.term of (i. H. Ludwig t to No.I p.:3!>ni..-aI.r.-e.Tu.hsuy.l Fl,. I'ith.frwi, i I, I IIhy IM..nlb |j Leave Palatka Eut I EAST PALATICAraatk PAL&TKATO I Arrive: I H I.e-ace I'AI.ATKA) EA>TPALATKA AirireEattIilatit J
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At Mich eta.tron. John I... Lynch. J. M.I 11tI.ASD.: .'L.\.. Jnntuiry l..t".I\1I\\ >. 0' I-cu. I '.4R. I APR. I __ : 1

I {'at,. anilV.. .. .... II. Wll.-ov. I 5O.m! ._.No.41' taiy.! ..___. 54..m1 ;j .. .... ..
M. ELLA DE VOY "" B. Chittenden shall! ad -- -- : ; n.m ::0>0. -17 fl.IIT .. (6.m J
CO. i a'" I n"I''t'tnrl| and D. I U. (Ilogers sits Tin .\--t'tuor."olu"h' l'(.uutt. Flu. ... I..t..JO.jfJ..j... 9: ;... ..10.j... I 8 fI )Q.ID J.m ...__._.No.No. r.o 48 11&111.flaIl7 ....._.._... 6 I'.m' i 6 :.) aT:! _.........N.). It, II" I)'. ........ '. 7 10 cm

: : ,| act at Clerk. -------- _. ... ... ... .. ::!;...... ::30... ; II 9 5-5 .m .._.No. 62 1)a1l1 ..._.. JO"roO.n'I 15.m I, 11 9 ;i'.yJ.n-11m .......en..Xo. )ri'3 fta 1..1, ................ 1133 am. t
! : LADIES' HATTERS : l II"' ... under my hand and the 1It'810f! fIst pub Jan :10 last pub Mrh 9:I') ... :J... ...12:2..lIIS..12.09.: I .. ; 1205pm ......__.No.ti I'aiy! ...... 122.j ,>lit 3'm .__...n.s5 llail-1- .... .. 11 Sopm:50.! :.

I the City of !P.tytonH.. and in purniiance Notice to Debtors anJ Creditors. ... ..... ...12:30..12:1)3..12:43.. : .. II I II 5 4 2'J f() J.m I.m M M Pahiy r..111......_. .... 4 610-I1'1:1 -I Ii ,.m ..._......y0. !; p. 'r ........ I 5 15 pili
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1 1 : Correct in ... ... ....... ... ........ .. .. l.m .11 :"j tm \o. .9 I.. :':' 11 4)''I'm _
Styles. OPEN ALL THE YEAR t of a n-wjliition of the City Council osnid f Notit H hereby' n\\en\ that the nnder- ;j.... 1:12..12:10.:: :I 1:1: i 1155pm I.60DaJl1. 1215.ml1: '\a:1I .... 0.61 L'.si;' .. 1.4'am '
II : Xo 0 South Ke-uh Street, Dajtona.r Citr. pawed! December 2. 1!J08.<> signed has taken .. 6... ... L32..12:47.. : .I... .4s... I

........ ............................................l:. This .Tltb daof. !Vcemlr. 1fifl.> I the last will anti ont letter testament(ii teptamentanot of J. .\. ... .7.. ,..... 2:2...I... .1'3.....I... ?.:.)O... .' _ __ SAN_MVTFG BktN.iL
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: Attest: U B. :SKtMAV, iiendricke ... ... 3i.29j.: ) :!: 2.52.: Le.ceEast, EAST r.L.TK.TO Arrive .' an1.cases.n!
; deceased, anti 11/1" 'lualiti..1 : i.\S MATE*) T<> t.rrrl"t': 'Eul
Mayor of Daytona.A. such | i .. .I... 3::40... ... 2:3... ... 3::2.)... I Palatka I AX MATEO Mate: :! )19tf'O .:

; I. : .......................................... .... .. k". PoKThK. lainm fu against eiei-iitrix.the estate. All |Iu-rs11i(if tie de hating<..-:',..-.IIare ...10..1... 4:1.....,.... 3:10.: .. ... .-1:0: ;... i -1----- : -I'aL.TK.t- -.- 1'" ...
e+cI.t [hKt: ] City Cler).. notified arid .. .. 4:47...,... 3:46.1.5.)... i 7 45 .m .........No.: 49 PullvNo. .......... R (\'\ am 'II! R IMin. ......... X... M ...... '* '. .
; : LING WAHFIRSTCLASS hereby tiuc to required t. ...12.: .. ... ;;:..JL.I.I: :2.....,... 5;.5.')... I 3 23 pm .......... 63 bally._.__.. 3 -II.m j| 2, :.. \-ia ......... N<>. 54 J'all Daliv ... 4 li am JIm
same within
preM-nt me t\\
: u \car ...13... ... 1 6:43..I: ; ... ;jlj.: ...... ;:05... --
DR. T. A. DAVISPANTHEROPIST from the date hereof.CAKIUEJ. .11. ... ;: ... Gl2.. ':19." ... I I N0.25 | No.21 I No. 19 1 iN.,7D.,, ... ',
;. ? 18 N" ) :So. Z2
! p HKNUK.rKSEieoutrii ( : : :::.13.::: ... .-1.//.... ;:1;...'I'... 9:2't.: .. .i.onlr. 811. only; I'ally ...."'l| MAYPQitTigNc11 I"y ."flflflfl7' |)
I of the Estate:
i ...1&) ". ... : ... ... :25..I..10:32.: :2 (M pm 10 10 am i 6 w pm 8 uu am iLv.......Jack-muuie- .:. '- .
CHINESE f The latest, safest and most scientific J. A. Hendrk-ks deoeui-.el.| .. 2 40 pm 10 Mam 6 40 ..... ::" am t" \ < i 0 w Vm
LAUNDRY '..17." .10-1'.1. 9:33.: .. ..i1:213... prn 8 49( am l.v rIt Ikw.. .. .It 6 !.o ., ., .
Jan. Ss a r 11 It 4 III
metho i of 1909. .. I I 24'; pro II) W am '. II 4* pm 811\.m ...... f' paM .
; treating the sick. Includes 'IS' ... ... .. 1 ::'3... ...II.t.' .. I.T..Aiiarir: hearS .i.\ 6 II a>" I'",' 4 lip*
'; 214 North Beach Street, DAYTONA. FLORIDA. every drugless system. Osteopathy, :::.19.::: ...lU: 1..1'....11 ::!.........1 2::43... ; lfWpm1l1Iam 7m"I'I'9m.m_ Ar .. Ma> irl _t.\ _.8 ::9"1 s i.-.:. tr"rm
i f I Scientific Massage. Women and children Notice. ... ? .. .. ,... .. K.. i it.I1i.!: .J1>alIJ D.liTNo. all......
...20. : :} : ;. 1:1.: Ounce City Irs.f! t : 4 !> .
StiiT! bosom ''' r..i.J ; NDoII
shirt "
i open front..12: j I Night Shirts..... ............................10 j | a fpeciaity. Examination free. ::: ::: ... 1:43..12:3..J.! .. .. ; 3 25 ... S..r a..n"
White shirts.......... .......................10 I j Woolen Shirts........... ...................10 I 4' i I Corner opposite postoffice, Daytona No boats I11 be"permitted to pa?. the ..21...22. 2:3.: ,..... ., l:30..l.: I .. 2:90.: ?... .i, 4 10 pm pra I'[10" U 00) am am !IL.L. _>t.*..? 12 Ili6ar on n'u) :7; ..;. ;.mtt5|! -:"s'}-am *I.r.. _Ti'u< ..,. : : \r' lOOJU
Check shirts ...... I' Bcaih. dredge "Tomoka, now working" in the :: 3:27.. :. : :.. ... 4 2n pra: ''luSOam Lt.ceaj, Ch7 ..t. UUian I 's) l.m 11I.... .am. \r. %..tu I I \ "p(5) ata
S Undershirts ... ....... .. ...23. : ) 2I.. .inj .
4 ,
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> m 10 ci ror "
New shirts..:::::..:.:.:::::::.:.:::::::::..:....13 Drawers....................... .:::.::::::.::::: 8? canal mood between during working bt. Augn hours; !'>tine without and Or-an ...21 4 :st,7.:.. ... I : j CoaorctioiM am i..'.nJ. t. u en an .:: : ....:.:::=
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Shirts collar ........... .. ...2u ,. L 3 ... : ... ... Miami witU r. Jk O. S S Co t* N.M.. "..,.. S.'."Jt
attached .
.13 Socks per pair..............._._........... 3 ;, order from the office of the Canal Co. ? ;.. IJ7.. ... 4.4743... ... Co.n. .d. Kj>;iChn Kty with P. & O s. "'0. for KCT *:>'..t ."! !!...,.. C: .... 41!
\ i Collars each............. ..................... Handkerrh ....... By order .*- -.... -. .. "
2J cfs .. ............... .. 3 ; Notice to Tourists. ..27.. .. 7:12... ... .*- .. ... .1... a Th TIME TAB ES thow the time. .! which ..., --=
l Cuffs ........................... Florida Coa.-t Line Canal: Trans. Co rvrral .tatKm.. h.. tfcrir arrival S or d.. tum...... t>*.nPfl"f..d.t o..a.. o.r"t iriS 1M
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: per pair. 5 Silk Handkerchiefs........................ 4 : January 19th 1900. .2N. S:2U: G,4L.: ... Sl?... sid ltrlf". rpon"ibi;. for any delay' or parr r at th* at.trd mit ......-.4. a',. )..*. th. (.<.--
: : : ::: ::: : -- aoy ronavqtrrticc ara ng tbercfrom.FOR
:.2-J.:. ...... :: 7:4s...;... 9.1P_ _
: Also Ladies Clothes at corresjwmlinft prices, ; .30: .I.... ...... ..I'.... J>:.')!...,...10:01... I. D.COPY OF THE LOCAL TIME CARD OR OTHER-I1oFOR.I.TlOs.n: -- ; Till- IIC'" I AGEyr.J

I J j ... ..+.........................+.......+.............iI I NOTICE. .: :.:U.::..... ...... -..... 9X3: ..';.............. RAH.NER. A.wiuot Ccocral PtMeafer Atcot ST. AUGL'iTl.NE; FLORIDA
yon want the very Lest Oranges Notice I* hereby given that 'l lx n.ontlisafterdnt -
IF on the ;:nth .hatfJun.-. . of> . .
: K'Winr1J' li' apply to Point Grove and the Red- 1VV\ I 'lllpre.riit to the Honorable, J. IMMcCrory.County rorl'rfIf'n and afternoon& tIdes are approirnatdy ge
l land) Indian River Orange, the best J utIie 1 of \.lu..11I i Count>. : at the Fume hour. Auto.
I Florliln my fliuil accounts sash 111'1.1 fur mobile can l>e driven cm the brach two Daytona Ice Company .
San 1 in the State, situated 11 miles south my final dl.ciuurg.- executor of th- ..-.tatof *- hou's after high: tide and within two ,
Mateo CigarsHave I from Daytona on the Daytona and Kllhu: "Kmlth.' hour ff high tide 4 *

JOHN A. WsTRoM. K"nutor.Ormoml -- --- PURE ICE
1 Xe\v Smyrna road.PRICES Fla. I>ec. 1Mb. lv>". .

I I (Firot pub. IVr.'J.: .) Come and see our. Made from Distilled Water. *
Made MODERATE. t Factory rorxer Ifailroad: and Yolucia avenue. t
Notice of Final Discharge. 1 . + '4 + o . "

I Six month after date or a* "'lOntLtr..aft..r -
[FERD[ mmm PROPRIETOR. stock of -- ---
A Ri I can lie -nrd. I will makemy -- -
Reputation of tinal returns \dniiiu-tratorof! the i

Entitle:' ? II. .F iNniul.ltt., deivn..e.1. to
lion. Jf\. McCr.irv.. : '
Cciuiity Jrl.I Ir> or
I Their Own. MASONIC DIRECTORY. Voluxiu County nnd ,,-I. for 111lillal. iComforts Blankets'
\MK.\X I/llKiK. No. M. f. 4 A. ),L di.cluargu-. ;
.1' Meets 1st and .
3rd Thursdays.II C. M. B-M.HtM. JR. ,

: The success of the San late() Cigar is one of I i, ()TALttiMMANnEItY.No U.I:FAX: (Thurtdny rilAPTKR No. S, R. 9K.A.\: MMeet"2nd T.-- D'l-rmlifr 1'J;, I'JiS. Adininmtnitoi. I

tIll greatest indii>trial triumphs of the East Coast! i.ivi 1"sUhT1ur..lllv: n.\K (!t'HAITKK. Xo. I. O .:. M.- Xftici is NOTICE. '
hereby given that the
,: Meetslid and j-i'ice the freeze. All merLin Masonic 1111. Orange arena executor of the estate of Laura
J. Miller deceased, will, six months after

4 : V: , A. D., 1909, present his final !'
;. of Florida an.l.) the Inland of ruin. can prrxltup. arid wrapJH i i Roses and Ornamen together with his voucher, and a'count-a.-4! thaI, ; \ .

.1 p } with the rich silky. leaf prouu on East Coast plantation, the that fame lie be be dischsrced allowed and as approved such u..ut"rEO and i !TJ! Tfl. .

.. the dear: industry of the world ha! never produced better L ll'SD: MILLER. I

For sale liv all the leading hotels and cluls abd l.y the 1 i, tal Shrubbery. Ths Sept. 23rid 1905. Executor.: ;All, Grades. Prices

; News Company on every train entering Florida. All toe best varieties of winter blooming Notice of Final Discharge. I.

I ;. Twenty sizes, styles and grades to select gOOdS'j grafted Hoses adapted to Florida;. Notice administratrix i is hereby given of that the the e!>tate undersigned <.f Right.BiflghamilaleyCo. .

also other ornamental plants trees and Jennie Brush will six months! situ

j I. : TOR SALE BY ALL DE LERS. .; sbruLLerU p'anta guaranteed. date to-wif on the 2nd day of February I

I Grounds prepared and pUnts cared for. I I 1909 present her final account to
j Manufactured HjS. the County Judge of Volusi i" County,

:: f J. B. HINSKY Florida, together with the voucher, and CHAS. BLUM & COMPANYAGENCY
W. ROWLEY SAN i abk for a final discharge as such admin _
istratrix. I .'. '

.&u L, ,, [u itL kL I South Administratrix. Blue Ribbon Beer Td"y.i'.i' 66 \\hiskey
Ridgewood ave, Daytona. This August I, 1008. j t FURNITURE UNDERTAKING
Send for I'rfce
U t IAIKSONX1LI: ) .E, .1.-'.

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