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The Daytona gazette=news
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Ormond gazette=news
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Daytona gazette news
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Ormond gazette news
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Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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February 13, 1909
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Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
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The Gazette-News of Daytona began publication in the 1890s and continued until January 26, 1901. On that date, it was succeeded by the Daytona Gazette-News, also known as the Ormond Gazette-News. This successor newspaper ceased publication in about 1922. Both papers covered news of traffic up and down the Florida coast. The St. Johns and Halifax River Railway, later renamed the Florida East Coast Railway, reached Daytona--present-day Daytona Beach--in 1886, a decade after the city had been incorporated. Daytona proved to be a new American city for the new American Century. With the railway’s arrival, Daytona’s proximity to the ocean made it a premier tourist destination. The history of racing in Daytona is also well documented, beginning with car races along the beach, followed by more organized races inland on oyster shell and later asphalt speedways. The newspapers also reported on the use of automobiles for stumping the state politically. Finally, researchers can find references to the activities of Florida transportation and tourism pioneer, Henry Flagler.
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Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Ceased in 1922?
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Vol.1 0N, or8 OOei Everywhere. rte acbea All Clu.... Daytona, Florida, Saturday, February 13, 1909. a..t A.YlrU."t Me4I.. la Ylcl.lty. Price 5 Cents

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I Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases, etc. AGAIN RACES Y ear.

\DPITION room FrJ.l. i I Orange Avenue, Daytona, Fla.

Trunks, Bags! Suit Cases Telescopes, Tourist Straps, Trunk Straps, : ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELECTRIC BELLS,

I Shawl Straps Name Tags, etc., just received, we have a complete ARERE.NAMED.All RAMPANT. SHAPING UP. HOT AND COLD BATHS.

assortment of Matting-iwered Suit Cases and Telescopes. Also a _
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East and West Are Streets; A Jealous Husband Shoots Wife A Special $1,000 Purse To Be Given t

THE PECK HENDRICKS I COMPANY. North and South Avenues- and Man He Alleges Wrecked Star Drivers Best TwoIn GKO.

,, Official List. His Home. Three. ....... ..... ..... .. ... ....... .. ........ .. .. .. ... ..
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.........1.1.!...........1... .1.11.1. NOW GET[ YOU BEAKS. IP WOUNDED I ; NONE E DEAD. DEPARTURE IN I HANDICAP SYSTEM ************************** .**************************

I Real Groceries i K K R K K: K KKK i i THE MAGNOLIARIDGEWOOD f*

Folks who went quietly to bed Mon A few minutes after 3.00 o'clotk Monday The comment created in automobile AVKNUC. *

.. day night on Loomis avenue awoke afternoon the residents of Palmetto circles by the recent announcement of a : Larqc Rooms. Furnace Heat. Electric Lights. *

: Tuesday on Sycamore street, those who avenue in the neighborhood of Ivy Lane change in the Daytona race conditions, Rates $...oo Per Day.
: It has been our aim to establisha ) 1 needed no soporific to reach dreamlandon were startled by the report of a pistol to the effect that a novel system of

: grocery here that will meet : Ivy Lane awoke Tuesday on Ivy several shots bring fired in quirk succession handicapping would be introduced, bids j MRS. CELESTE HINKS, Propritress. j
Place, and the peaceful residents of and word rapidly spread that a fair to be further augmented by subsequent *****************************************4MMMMMMF4
of the
: with the popular wants :
Beach street awoke to find themselveson colored woman had been shot by her additions to the original plan. It

:. people, we study their wants : Riverside avenue! And so on throughthe jealous husband. is proposed to adopt a standard of cylinder **************************. **************************

: and their needs and buy accor : catalogue of streets and avenues. Marshal Myers, Officer TinLharn, Justice displacement, and to handicap the t MYRTLE :
Monday night the city fathers passed at Titus and other officials, either be- entries proportionately to their relation THE MYRTLE AVENUE
: dingly. We arc not overtaxed : its third reading an ordinance to changethe ing directly notified or hearing of the to this standard.: t >f Centrally! Located. :

: with expense and are enabled to : name of certain streets and avenuesin affair, at once formed a guard line along Furthermore- b proposed to hold a *: A Homelike Boarding House with all modern conveniences. :

: moderate Giveus : the city of Daytona, and all that is the west side of the city to prevent the race the entrants of which will le Can accomodate more table boarders. It
sell at prices.
required now to put it in operation is escape ot the man into the woods and grouped] in five classes, based on valua- : PRICES REASONABLE :

: a trial for the ('omingmonth.. : the signature of the mayor and the advertising thickets in that direction and also placed! tion. The first class includes cars from I* s It
.. by posting. All the East and im n to dose all other &\"rnul'sClf escape, $!9'J9! and under; the second, from $1,000 Proprietress. :
West thoroughfares are now streets, and but escape! was farthest from the fdlow'smind. to $1,750; the third from $1,751 to $2- 4 ..... .****-*.**.***_ **************************

s."r. CAKKOLL i all the North and South thoroughfaresare for, after shooting his wife, he 450; the fourth, from $2,451 to 3750. i II I -- -

: now avenues. All short streets are hurried southward to the Hotel Pines and the fifth, from $3,751 up However II--- ........................
no longer streets or avenues; they are here the man horn he claimed hadcome thc e classifications are but tentative -
An Elegantly Appointed Small Hotel Two Blocks from Depot.
: The North Beach st. Grocer. "places." between himself and wife was employed as an effort will be made to reduce STEAM 1 HEAT, ELECTING LIGHTS.: LARGE VERANDAS, LAWN !
S But you are now anxious to know as house boy, and proceeded to the number of divisions to four, and I AXD SHADE TREES.

: 19. : where you are "at." Head and see: wreak hU vengeance on him with the still embody the principle involved.It .
Telephone) .
North avenue becomes Marcus street, same weapon| used before a 3'J-cahbre i is also planned to allow and to encourage THE! }ISLINGTON
iI.....I.........ISISI.....I.......1.............I. in honor of the late Marcus Smith. Smith & W -son revolver. One bullet the entrance of a car in both ,
street. struck him in the chin and another entered the races governed by
Arlington cylinder displacement -II .
; ; 18 South Ridgewood Ave. Daytona Florida. j
Fairviewtreet. his back, but neither wound is conditions and the one governedby ,

South avenue (including its extension considered dangerous.The clarified valuations. By entering. a +e................................

YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU SEEK East of Ridgewood avenue, which is woman's rase is more serious, car in the "cylinder displacement race," !
however and she is not expected to and then starting the machine in
hereby accepted as a city street) as sur- same ,
under the category of' real estate, whether ... .. .
Coleman street,in honor of Dr. Coleman. vive. She received three bullets one in the other event, as basis for comparisonis .
it be a house, store, stable, farm or city :: ;
First avenue is named Waldron streetin I the head, another in the right breast afforded. The question of economy Accomodates Fifty. .1
country lots unimproved, for yourown ten-
F : ie honor of E. N. Waldron. and the third, and most dangerous entered <>f fuel and lubricants will thus be givenA "THE PINES NEW HOUSE.All .
anc to rent to others or hold as an in- Conveniences.
__ Y.ti Second avenue becomes Spencer in her right side thorough threshing out, and the real
vestment-ail these parcels-on our lists,
_- searcb.'e at honor of the late C. II. Spencer, the The woman was employed at the residence !- merits of cars of the same price will be Rates: $2.50 Per Day and Up. Special by the Month.
which free to are
arc I
father of the City Charter. of Graham Thompson, on Palmetto disclosed.Ity, ; I l
tour nice for anything in the real estateuuosine8S. : An attractive house! w lib large and airy rooms, hot and cold water through the
Third Porter in avenue, and the shouting was then entering these! same machine
avenue as bouse,
----- sulphur or salt water baths,electric: lights farnaeeheat and telephone.Some .
honor of ex-Mayor Owen S. Porter. done in the yard, to the north and in in the' classified valuation race" an excellent Ii of the pleasant features of"The I'lnes"are Its wide veranda and lit Roof

J. C. BUTLER Pearl street and Florida avenue, F.or- the rear of the house, as she was attempting basis of comparison can be ob Garden,affording a fine view of the country river and ocean.
( ida to escape from her husband tained. I Tb Pln-."Is situated on South IUd ".IIt"d, the highest avenue In Dftyton
street. : Roomsslngleorrn suite with without private bath.
Heal Instate. Lift- Fire and Accident Ins. Green street, Green Place. who had hunted her up while at her Them has been arranged a match race I

Phone "_31. Daytona Beach, Fla. Oak street. work. between George Robertson, the Vander- OPEN FROM NOVEMBER 15 TO MAY i.

Bay street. The woman was attended by Doctor bilt Cup winner, and Lewis Straog. wiener I
Volusia street h Howe, and the man by Victor Stewart, of the Briarchtf and other events. It i AIRS. J. B. HINSKY Proprietress.

************************** i ************************* Foot court, Foot Place. and by permission of Justice of the Peat e is planned to hold this race during the s 338 South Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA.

Myrtle avenue. Myrtle Place Titus the former was! taken to the Daytona Dajtona Beach carnival from March 23 I ........ ..........a.............. ...................
? N. ERICKSON : Magnolia street. Hospital and Sanitarium and tie to :20.;? A special cash prize of $1,000has

Ivy Place. latter was removed to his home in Waycross. been offered, and it is proposed to -

Cabinet MaKer. Wood \VorKer. Orange street. 1 old three races, best two out of three :............................ ........... .......... It Place. The would \he murderer, Theodore wins to
Cottage ('ount.rrangt'mf'nts are now
.* I Picture Frames'!, I)"ur and Window Screens made to or der. : An unnamed street next south of Or-I Hart after commit tins the double crime, under way, and the exact date and distance THE PROSPECTSouth

: and west from quietly gave himself up to Street Overseer will be announced after satisfactory II. I
t Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. ange street, running second a -
>af f street Blodgett Place. Humphreys at a point near The agreement has been determinedupon I
J VW.......44.4.4444rF4....*.K ******* ******************* An unnamed street next south of the Pines, on South Hidgewood avenue, and by Robertson and Strang.UPTODATE Ridgewood Avenue

last above named running west from I was brought up and lodged in the city

..................................................... what is now called Cross street, as Cross jail.The Steam Heat, Electric Lights} two blocks from
Place. woman Anita Hart had for sometime p

i. R. D. TAYLOR, Electrical Contractor :i Live Oak street. feared her husband, w ho was employed : depot and postofh'ce. Garage on premises.

Wallace Place which somewhere Seabreeze, and 1
Wallace street, ,
: House Wiring a Specialty. : name shall also be applied to the short only two weeks ago Hart had trird to ROOMS ONLY.
at the other Willie Wilson at I
: Dealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades, : street lying; west of and .slightly southof get
The Pines, but had !been prevented and TELEPHONE Ij

Lamps No. S Orange avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. Loomis Wallace avenue place. as Sycamore street.A disarmed.No R J. DOYLE, Proprietor.

...............................................N..NN unnamed street next south, runningwest later than Monday( morning Anita I ....................................... ............
Second street had gone to Justice Titus and expressedher '
from present as
fear of Hart but Mr. Titus had SYSTEM ;--- -
Loomis pla'e.Cedar relieved ;--- --- --

.NN.N.N+ ...4...... ...+.+...+..............N street. her uneasiness; telling her that he ............. .
had talked with her husband :
recently I }
South as Oak street. 1
Morris street, Morris Place. and he thought their affairs could be Will lie Installed. by Ohio Capitalists ;- j THE CLEVELANDMagnolia
Bond Lumber Company amicably settled
Belleview street. This shooting follows the murder of if Franchise is i Avenue, opposite Fostoffice -1
DeLand road, DeLand street.Fremont .
weeks the and
two ago on same day
Rooms Only Steam Heat. Sanitary Plumbing. Gas
ROUGH AND DRESSED street. hour, and oddly enough Mr Thompson Granted to Them. _;
PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER .-..rr. .... Bethune street. s again a closely interested party the ---- .. Lighted. Everything up to date.

Beach street, Riverside. woman household shot, as was being the emplovvfl murderer in of two liis AUIOMTIC SYSTEM PROPOSED. S. B. GREEN Proprietor.

Lath Ceiling Brick Lime Palmetto or Canal street, Palmetto weeks\; a workman in his place of 1 ,
Shingles Flooring ago
avenue. bus iness. ....................0.....;..m.........NMa
Office and Yards: O.l KKK 1
and Cement in Stock. Railway and Orange AvengeR Daytona street, Daytona Place
Ridgewood avenue. At the meeting of the City Council 1
II.I.$-nond Mill.Atlantic Coast Line Kjr. 100 miles south of Jacksonville.: *************************** **************************
First street, First avenue. EXPIRES IN Monday night notice was given that an a j
Kalamaioo. Hanford Brunch: cf tfi" K .. .C. Ry. I Harris street Church street and ordinance would be introduced to grantto K THE HOWARD i

others in that line become Second II.1. Putter and associates a franchise I i .
Phone 83 R. J. MALBY, Manager.
avtnue. to operate and maintain a tele- i j : Centrally located on Volusia Avenue the main avenue from the depot to j
+........... ... ...++.+.+++ a....+...1N.N.N...N... Walnut, Myrtle, Johnson, Jay, Baker A HOSPITAL.KKK plume system in Daytona. i the waterfront on the Halifax Ri\er. Three minutes walk to stores, post- ;

Whitehall and others in that line Income The project is backed by Ohio capitalists i 1 : office churches, etc. The Howard is strictly a first-class house in every 1

Third avenue. i who are heavily interested in tele-1 t : respect at moderate prices. THE TABLE A SPECIALTY. Northern ;

............................... ......Se s.......+e+: Spruce street, Spruce Place. reached Monday phone investments, but they will have j cooking, the cuisine exceptionally good the beet the market affords. Under 1
A telegram Daytona
Pine, Division, Jessamine place, Cen- associated with them a number of local I t tp : the direct supervison of the proprietor.( The house has every modern convenience ;
WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING afternoon announcing the death in
Z : ter, Sycamore and others in this line New York hospital of Mrs. John 'ard-
f l getting a Galvanized Iron Tank, a new Tin Hoof, a Hot Air Furnace, i become Fourth avenue. a ner, of South Ridgewood avenut. A couple of the Ohio gentlemen have I : by lawns and shad! trees. Is dry and well ventilated
Lemon and Second streets l become been here and looked over the ground For terms apply to the proprietor.
or any of the other metal necessities required to complete a modern Fifth avenue. Two weeks ago Mrs. Gardner: was and if they secure the franchise they r

Central street, Central Place taken to a hospital in New York and oj( will install an up-to date automatic tele- E JOHN C. HOWARD.

welling\ remember that i ii West street, Cross street 1Vil'owstreet crated upon for a tumor of the stomach. phone system one that will be in keeping a .:

i and other streets on this line become : She Mood the operation timly and with up-to-date towns like Seabreeze, I' .************************* ***************************

Sixth avenue. began to improve at once and her Beach and Dajtona.
I I i Park street! Park Place. I friends felt exceedingly hopeful of her

i DAYTONA FLA. An unnamed street! west of Park becomes entire recovery. Hut a couple of days I "
Seventh avenue and another a ago complications arose, she grew suddenly A New Home For Ivy Lane. I
.98 Fine Leather Seat
: are best prepared: to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices.' I I block west as Eighth avenue. worse and expired.She John II. Miller of PitUburg. has ..;
Third street still west becomes Ninth is a daughter of Mr-=. $1 repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory. taught; of F. 1>. Spring a lot on Ivy
i avenue.A Pacetti, of Ponce Park a nitte "f Mrs; Laneitli a ;.> foot fronUEe. This lot BMn Room Chair

Phone 58. Out of town work solicited. i short street in Clements subdivision Troy of the Troy (louse and Mr 'Las 0 lies iKtwct-n the residences of Mr. Spring ,
: called Third street, Incomes Union Cox, of this city Two br .th< r.-. 15. J. ,: ,...' 0' quarter-
: t>
let 8"3ulf1l1 de 1)
will 11 rincl
...N................................................ and Gomez Pacetti. reside at Pome and J. H. C. Iorrif. Mr. Miller ...."J ',,1M: '":era :.m., t"t: :r" n!. ':L h bsi l pohsshhed. Gram useah
Pl.ceHillbboro the contract this spring for a handsome'modern : b ,x !n m. rot :: :, ', '.1 r, :h 1 The: true i,pos:ible only becaiiI e
street and other streets in Park. She leave a 1"1-t.J.ra,1: l J..ha be -- <, cjr .',.m ... m. .It'-a"ll.: :it"..... lor chairs exclusively, turning
to completed in
out ctu-r of ill: L-,1 's In sti h turn :ties slut; we can nat out the
that line become Tenth avenue. Gardner, and seven' some time for occupancy next fall l) when Le dealer's prol.l a..J ,.U d.,,.1 la you al wboIcMle.
DeSoto and others in that line become them} small You run nO>C'lN': fur wi ,-V 1'your money back if every chair Is not
and his family will take [possession. eas;:: !ty a? '\'e r. ,nt Vu.scve 1 1 least one dollar l. three
MOKETW WOFA CENTURY Eleventh avenue. Mr* Gardner was a goal woman: There are .>-e\eral parties who are exp an,J evt b ':\r s ':.iajion. C': r, fur l dimnc-room. parlor. bedroom.porch. .
pOR loved her ihildnn and her l home and : 1.c' lOl. IMVP.t rc, c''ie:: -apd every (!ddlrrent from IMcwst
Halifax street and others in that line p fx-cting to build this summer and it is. tk.3lt 1, t,:c riJinvAll: kind ol wood 3W MjrlevS
have been inneed's Twelfth she will l he sadly miv ed. f.. r -i.l;1 ,-tats,,! rulalom amt f 1'"CbrWmM.. IW that
We become avenue. 0.1.1 n' n i
SuPPlying highly probable that by another season hr..5 I'"* a : a ., t..1D ,,:,-I tri.s tl.a ..../... "'...t mane, v*
Thirteenth ----- -- .. .. ..4.,... It.jwu./rreuu irqurtU
Machine asevfi.We Fourth street avenue. the most of the available sites on Ivy )lL r ntw/l.u i u y Kt- f r Hl ,
of All ordinances in conflct with the FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORY, Bridge and Monroe St., J chM "lll., FU.
.- t The genial face of Editor Cha. II. ne' till he occupied as a number of.;.
c.o.rJ alarge stof.lf o/ I above are repealed. '
Walton, of the East Coast Ad\omte) prospective buyers have their eyes fixed ; ----- --
PORTABLE! AaoSTATIUNARY ENrInEsBoiLERsSa.rMllls I -- was recognized' by many on the on the "lane.! ,
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\ood.Worki1l II1r1t11iA- For Rent or Sale.-Two modern streets this morning.: Editor 1Val-

erj. Saoft of all K,niSi Bdtiwg v s"frlc.CW"'UE ; furnished houses on Bay street, near ton and a party of friends came tIP Promptly executed at

Qt 4 v.e.Tt CATA.i.r wicuTltOTgCT Aa. TC.M.V XflJt. Beach. Southern exposure, a desir- from Titusville yesterday on tLe 'Adolph M. Jaehde, the" piano tunor. ,: | Fine Job J b Printing P i

, t ; COMPANY able location. $3."JO each.' Address McCoy new boat Constitution and will be in Daytona: during Jau-i''i Gazette-News Office.

J. E. Rush, Ocala, Fla or any real left thi afternoon at 1: 15 I; for their nary. Orders for tuning may be (
\IJ sroltsyTa s';: ATLANTA &A. state agent Daytona Fla. tf return. left at Tin: SniLvm. tf. |l :.............. fpf............ ftr...r.rNN.i".,..

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b EVERY SATURDAYT. Guaranty a Cure If We Fail The 1'I

E. FITZGERALD, Editor i LOOT DAYTONA 1 POSTOFflCE. I Medicine Will Cost Ncthing. I NORTH INFj-

t ", ,.,.. ______. KKKVeggmen TOLLS When a medicine: eTects a cure in gSI SPRING
I of cases at.d when. we o3er: tat: rneoVin = -: l

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY Ii i Execute a Clever Piece I on our own personal guarantee: that it will A ___1 ------.0 .
t cost tie t:-er lathing if it lou not cute I
;' ( ICORPORATEDjEntered ) of Safe Cracking And Make Catarrh is o::Jy enale! that peopleshould Lcaie jt>nr Florida botnea J

I ANJfANT.Public b?l.ete: c.:or at let-t put our claim : of l'ett'. C. E. Own. rou'
Off With Spoils. I t<> a piaU.ial; test sire we tile all the t; +_ tt71j) '
at the Postoffice at Daytona. Florida, as Second Class Matter. ri"he.);; ?rs f-ct: shish we wart tl.e I money, worry and annoy '
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people: to !sul! ir.:late. We want themto
Sometime Wednesday night, at what Sentiment Seems To Be I try Rexa;l Mm[ u,T'-re, a medicine pre j doing, and when you retara .
I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. pared from a crip'ion of a physician I J
hour no one knows, thieves gained entrance pre Fall you will he satisfied Uat
4 Catarrh, and who has
One one ..... ... ...$1.50One the postoffice and drilled the safe, With Stillman-Langworthy I hoe ptcialtv was of to his latiii
ropy year """ a record of thirty years cures trust in the
six months .. ._. .... ::::: .. ... .7S taking its entire contents of currency r your riIt1.t'Ji}*;
copy == : :: = ::= :: :: ::::::: :::: Stockholders. credit.
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I One copy three months. .... .- __.... .40 and stamps. They executed a neat job We sell: more bottles and receive more Yours respectfully! ,_

-- -- -- --- ----- I I and showed themselves adepts in this rood rejx! >rt4 about Kexa'l: : Mucu-Tone thane I r

SATURDAY, I EBRUARY 13, 1909 I line of work. Aside from some splotchesof GOOD BRIDGES[S, MINI, !)! TOLLS. d store> of,a'l and other if more catarrh people remedies' only sold knew in tour II
oil which was used on their drill,
what a thoroughly: dependable remedy
hey ]left nothing disturbed or disarranged KKK I\c\a'l 1 Mat u-Tone is it would be the only

.j HELLO GIRL HAS\ AVERY E.i if : f. GREENE[{ { IS AGAINMAYOR l The doors and windows were The article in Tuesday's Daily News catarrh stand: for.kexa'I medicine. 's.: would have any de. -. ::i__..____ .

l locked and undisturbed, and when

\ 1 f CLOSE CALL. OF DAYTONA.t I A. Charles Messing, who i is the first; upon in telling enjoining of the the action minority of B. A.stockholdersfrom Armstrong '. and came 1 :\tucuTone.1 by the blood i is until quickly thoroughly absorbed ........ ................ .. .. : .. ...... _

the scene at the postoffice, arrived, it disinfect* an! J cleanses the entire mucousmembr3:1..I : J. B. GARRISON
exercising the functions of directors .1
was some seconds before he discovered : tract, destroys and removes
t if' KK ,, 1 that anything out of the ordinary had has again aroused the public on the the pariMU vh-t.h! injure and destroy the : A close examination oft elettri

bridge question. The directors recently membranous ti..sUes, soothes and heals : al) work finished and
T of Rusted Telephone charged I
f. Parting: Supposed \V. H. Edmondson Re-elected As- happenedThe tSeirritat:on and soreness,stops the mucous
elected stated that they intended to thU "'
facts of the robbery so far as diM.ha:se. a.>d builds up strong healthy H from sLop shows ho. Krai* .
I' .r f Wires On Lire Wires sessor : H. T. Titus Collector; I known are few and easily related take steps to have the toll reduced and tissue, reT
the statement did not seem to settle nutu-r, stimulates!: the muco! -{
Caused Trouble. S. Defeated.It Professionals in that line of work gainaccess
Heyman aiJidur-UJi a.iJ improves nutrition until .
on the stomachs of the grasping :
ceive special attention.
: to the office and with a half inch Thaiwho
t Miss Louise Newton, cf the Central about the election majority stockholders who in order to the! share bdy \'ibrauitb healthya : .\ '
was so quiet pr. ::
employ us never
bit bored through the safe door to the 'iyitv. I.i a comparatively short time '. r worry abQi-
l f telephone office, had a narrow escape cinct WeJnt'SJathat- you could hear lock opened the door and made off with feather w their\ own nests at the public there i is a r.t noticeable gain in weight, : -'- Y 1' : -. our charges!, and they toot

from ('I<
and the fact of her having etcupei' with oppressive that nearly everybody but bridge tolls to the maximum limit It aucv. : manship will be the best. '
;- Dunn, Sr., found the empty cashbox .
We Mucu Tone, .
begin. -
shock is due to the fact that she ure you to try .
out be
a the election officers quit Riverside ave seems to a case of "The public be
Thursday morning at 9 o'clock in an ni.l a treatment tsJar. At time -
; any you (!J
i I i r' had temporarily laid aide the hood, or nue" and went out to Harrison Park to empty barrel in the barrel and box heap damned" bo long as the public will put are nt sanded: simp'v' and tell us, : IiLj.-' Daytona Electric CO

4 j ear attachment,the<> 'ratorswearehrn root for Daytona vs. Rollins. back of Dunn Bros.' store. The thieves up and not rebel against such e.Vortion. a:1d'e will quickly return your money without ; ._ ,

'" on duty. Toward night a little interest developed Daytona must have good bridged: t but question or quibble. We have; Rexall ? ,
.' \\ hen the telephone wires at the corner and a number t flocked l in to hear had used a cold chisel n prying; it and a the prosperity of the towns on each side Mucu-Tone m two sues joe. and $i.oo. : dtr:: : : 1 '; ?".-2 South Beach StrectJ_
freshly broken piece of concrete near by .'
of Live Oak and Palmetto gave way the results.: i i" what first attracted Mr. Dunne attention of the Hahfax.the patrons of the bridge, Garth B. Younjr. I'.iyton.i, Fla. .........N........N.........0..t .O..C.......
I r yesterday during the storm and fell upon The highest vote cast for any one candidate depends largely on a just and equitable -- 1fl
and him to institute
-< prompted a _
.. the electric light wires 2300olts began was for the efficient and }popular' charge for their maintenance. Exhorbi-: H -
l'C'uch. KEGRO[ nE:[)D LW IK mw T .
j I to play upon the switchboard of the city clerk A. McF. Porter, who received tant tolls that go to make some distant I I S J.N

f Central telephone office The operator, 199 vote The next highest vote cast Postmaster Smith did not say just! owner rich, Instead of remaining i in these .. ..N.N.NN...................1....1..NINI/M !
how much money and what was the KKKWill *
: at the risk of her life, called Manager was for E. J. Mills: for councilman. towns, is all wrong. No matter what: :1
value of the stamp secured but he acknowledged Go to
Gunn, and Marshal Myers, who early '.I Ex-Mayor Greene won hands down, that the amount was con the outcome of the injunction the public .Mcfadden, Alias Jim Robin-

saw danger, went post haste: upon his' and Justice Titus captured! the collector- will probably now awake to the necc

;, wheel to the electric light plant to give ship in easy fashion. !';iJ r"ble. It i i3 reasonable to suppose I city of taking away from the bridge monopoly sin Is Lodged In St. Augustine i
that the amount would reach into the CONRAD GROCERY CO.
; wanting, but Manager Gunn had just But perhaps it is better to let the official : the control of traffic over the
: thousands as the local office does a large Jail.A .
shut off the when the marshal arrived -
power result tell the talc all the way I Halifax Rh'er-a monopoly as exacting .
J' business daily at this season.
through, so here it i is, the name opposite as any "o topustic" trust year ago last Ausnt a heinous .

As it was, the mot of the damage! the is that of the successful candidateFor office With and no the lights surrounding burning high within wall the of The Gazette-News ha s it pretty straight crime was committed just south of Ti- : for your Pet (Cream) Milk, 0(j small cans for 25c|

sustained was to the switchboard at the tu-vil! }Ir Walters 'ic .
:: that the County Commissioners would a !& being the t -
Major, to
; mail\ boxes as a screen to operate behind go on yourToasted
telephone office. take toward tm:; of the brutal !lust of a said tobe
E. W. GREEN(: IfiSD. a long step building! a negro
office of this sort becomes
If this had occurred at nihth'o:; the F. RANDOLPH 70' mark for an a bridge over the Halifax River were they Will McFadden. For several) days i Corn Flakes, Post Toasties]
arc lights were on, the current would Several the citizens of Brevard turned out en
For Clerk rightly approached wealthy
City Every at the height of the season
J1 have been much stronger and the danger A. McF. PORTER. 199 year is gentlemen have !said they would contribute masse m a manhunt, but the negro Puffed Rice Wheat Berries or
the town full of suspicious char ,
: correspondingly increased. In this case For Assessor, to a bridge and if a !' be e-Iuded the searchers' and made good his
would have been .Jtoo in- att'r One pf Daytona's sharp, hawk- I :
the voltage i if W. H. LDMOXDSOX. 173 eyed citizens whose summer home it i in made there is every likelihood that the f''spo'Tlm't' Triscuit, all at lOc each.S. .
iaa I of 2300. I I Commissioners would: take the mat weeks ago the Brevard county
61 up
If Mr. Gunn had not been in the office :I For Collector, New York city, says a bunch of threesuspieious I ter. sheriff found the negro, McFadden olio i \1'. Biscuit and (Quaker (Oatmeal.) 2 for
characters have been hanging
and caught promptly the message of the I j! W. G. HOBBS. 76 around town for about ten days. He People living on the peninsula pay Jim Robinson, in a camp on the St. : Cream of Wheat, HaJo: ton llwikfast. Food or:

operator the danger to the telephone ex- I I I ALBERT 1: SHANKS 31.i ij taxes the same as other pt'Iplean:! to Johns river near' Jacksonville. He was
thinks have the loot.
they i Petit.Johnat l lot- each.Kuniford
U would have been It .
change great. was H. T. TITUS. 12G : be compelled to pay oppressive tribut" taken to Titu Postmaster Smith careful and j
j prompt action on his part in shutting I Ir j| For Treasurer, painstaking official, taking precaution to j i to grasping monopolies has a tendencyto of Brevard county and identified by : Baking 1 Powder, 1 pound can 25c.
down that let the off with I
r exthange a F. T. PECK. 1S5 of make the milk of human kindness Mrs. \\ altcrs and her husband and -
the interests
safeguard postoffice,
t comparatively little damage. : For Councilmen, (two years) the loss will be that of the post-j turn sour. tearing the citizens would tike the law : The Conrad Grocery Company

e into their own hands and deal summarily -
t I S. II. COVE. 1S1] office department and not a personal I with the the sheriff has taken
Ball Teams Well Matched. a G. A. KLOCK. 175 one. It is not considered the part o tt negro : E. T. Conrad &: ((Vs. old stand.'
| him to St. for safe
Augustine keepingThe
: Tae ball gam- yesterday between E. MILL 192: wisdom to lock the stable door after the ;' DOINGS Of Time wa one of the most! revolting :....................................N.NN. ...... j
For Councilmen, (one ) horse has been stolen, but it is pobablethat i ii I
Rollins interesting
Daytona and College was [ in the history of the East Coast --- -
I!. lights will be maintained throughout
t throughout. Both fides worked I I;i SIMON nEY L\X. 74 the night in the postoffice building ; country, and second in point'of fit'nd-I ... ..........H.....f....N..:.....e.S44+..II
: hard but (in the nuther .
t ten long inning! ![ i.hnf' only to the celebrated Jii
S hereafter. While not a guarantee of CITY COUNCIL.
: side was able to push the one little: i murder. The horrible do,tails thf'i
ru:1'1 .I ,
,! School Truateeone year safety it would make an attempt at burglary I'
; r necessary to win. over the plate and so crime are yet fresh in the public min ct, I>
\ e. A. J. WILDER.::: 181 hazardous ii THE STANDARD OIL COMPA
. I I' f the long rows of big plump goose eggs, I!I K KI and as the negro's identity has been established 1

; grew the full length of the score board. I there i is little doubt that hewill
I i i Bills to the amount of $272009 were
MUSICALE VERY MUCH ENJOYED. be given prompt and suitable sea 1
I presented and ordered paid except one

i. KKK ( ORMONP ),1 'of Hough and Bond for S16"j:.O.; This tence. Ii will deliver gasoline without j .
i latter bill was ordered to be pail by Entertained.

Ladies of The Palmetto Club En The gentlemen of Ormond gave an I special assessment certificates. charge for at I j
entertainment to the ladies of the 1'. I, The Mayor read his farewell message Friday afternoon of fast week Miss any delivery

r: 1 joy An Afternoon of Delightful 'i, A. and their friends on Friday evening ; to the council and in doing so handed Woo Tl
:} YEARS. Music. of last week, at the 1'. I. A. room A ;I thorn a huge boquet, praising them for I home of Mr and Mrs.!, Condit in honorof t any point in Daytona, Sea- j r

| banquet was served at S o'clock in Mr.Jumcs i j their unselfish and unsparing efforts in I two trailing friend from the North, I 1

1 r. stst The Palmetto Club music is always I! Carnell's jelly factory where all I| : behalf of the city in the face of great I viz: Mrs. A. C Phillip of Manchester,, if breeze Daytona Beach Or- i

anticipated with much pleasure and'{ the good things pertaining to the appetite j discouragements:: and criticism. Councilman 1 Iowa, grid Miss Edith Barnard: one of ,

A letter from E Stjch, of Bahia Honda Thursday afternoon proved the antic, I were partaken of. Mrs. Milo McNeil, i| Schmidt moved a vote of thanks j 1 the Chemistry of Chicago 0 { .

Cuba, speaking of the recent death pation well founded, for all\ those: fortunate president of the V. I. A., was toast; ;| to the Mayor and an AIphonso-Gaston lEi\ersty.: A dozen or more Daytona ; ; mond or Port Orange. Quality I

of his son pays the funeral was attended enough to be Iidies l of the sot invited i
present were given a mistress and many of the toasts gird, scene ensued. younger were to

by the entire( American colony the in delightful treat. The room a perfect were witty and well received by the ': The following: budget for 1909 was meet tlu"1.'e'i.?itinl: friend, each of 'I! and quantity guaranteed. \

.' termcnt being in the Bahia Honda cemetery bower of green, was crowded to its utmost guests present. Some 175 oat down to presented whom had been requested 1 to bring somesmall i ii

I rndf'-" the sanitary laws the capacity with members and *. I I ..... : articfc- unique for its oddity,
guest 1 \
MalntAlnunoWatrr \Vork
I I i the tables. The menu consisted! of blue; JiT: ij Call Office Phone 128: j
t body cannot be exhumed and broughtto The first vice-president Mrs. J. B. j I points. Port Orange, raw and stew !j Major ..... .. ... .. I or beauty, to be x-ld at auction as one i

the United States until two year< Downing, was present for the first time j 'il'lrrk ..... .. 3",1 i of the afternoon's entertainments. A Mills Transfer 77 *
chicken salad, from the Ormond Hotel l. .
..... ..
have elapsed | Marshal anti rxtrn imtK-r "'
invited' ?
this season and the president ham s-.indw: iche*. cakes and fruit. Ever Attorney .. .. . MI bank: was established, with beans: for Warehouse ; ) t*
al her to preside. She opened the meeting : currt-nry. I-Lxh: indixidual's IK
I j| one enjoyed the occasion. T..a.uro-r . .'" 'I deposit
t with a few well chosen words of greetingand the arrivals Mrs. J. .. ... consisted of the number of beans should e : Kerosene Oil Delivered l II Tank 1
Among new are ; y Wagon.
I stated the '' <*ol lector ... ",.: |
PROCEED IN committee, Mr. '" :: : c ratty across the room on a ease
l White Belcher and Miss Lizzie Mann of .
I Belle Chc.lclan .. .... ....:::. : Nu I i
I II Abbott Haynes, chairman had j Rudolph. lass, who have taken rooms I Int T.M on Boml .. .. S;.., i iI knife. This formality over, the auction : Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils,

I been fortunate in securing Swift's String I at Frank Colbv't1.A. I I "street Light* ..... .. .. -.I Jot' ]
Quintette e.f Boston, now playing The 'I Mitchell, of Newark, X. J., is mat 'I li\tr.h am' !.r'ser.. ... .. ...... ut'riPr"If the sale. The ridiculous Z ....... .........................NMN..NltlN161)
EVEN TENOR Ormond, to entertain the club for the I ing a lying trip of a few weeks. lie is 't+undrlt. ..... ... ...... 1."" thiiiu* f"iinl in (the p-ukages.' which i i
Interrst .. ..
afternoon.The 1 oil I ivrtinont *"
bat] let n t *-.1.i in t" rottctivab'emi -
. I looking after his property, making repairs -!:11..n..llot..rh. .. *;... wnp very '
t t KKK following progrom was delightfully I painting, etc.PORT 1 t Totnl. ;:=:;' :.!I' r t-> il-rm t1!..' |JI'ff'hi"'t'r; c auj - tt given each number seemed morej $ j I no 0'11 1 II jet I howling iiM-rriment and tubas'

!t In an interview with the newly elected beautiful than the last. If there was I --- Alderman Hermann's petition in re- i' l laughter An appetizing tWQ'ourseI
Mayor. E. W Greene Yif states"that h* any choice, judging by the applause itseemed I gird to new depot was referred] to next h Ju.b was<< H.rn'at :3 dock, after CARDINAL PRINCIPLES-:

will which pursue has characterised the same conservative his previous policy ad to he Andante Cantabile, from 'f ORANGEI J I. council for action. !! which the guests tJf puted.'ot ing the oft

ministration and that people need expect the String Quartette, Tschaikowski i I Alderman Hermann was the only ; afternoon oneT the largest in their ex-:
: no municipal pyrotechnics. Those though all were well received eta i I member of the council voting against: perienee. ABSOLUTE SAFETY IMUWI iy '|

t t. of you who were exiKi-ting!: a recommendation thoroughly enjoyed. i I, Doctor Mitchell and Lis daughter and' the whol ale charge in treft nunes.I : 1

from His Honor for a subway Overture, The Calif of Bagdad, BoieldieuForget daughter-in-law of Asbury Park, N". J., : I Ii $.
the l
j each. reri-I service' '
to the "Model
i Form Me Not, MacUth; Serenade, ; drove down to Port Orange Thursday Kerjtliinjf Loely.An .
; government administered on | Capital $100X.O( ; ) J
1 i Piernc. of I last week. I II
plan with Chief of StAff |
; t.legraros, aJ\ertL
I !i. drawing annual stipend of $000.001 annually Selections tromThe Merry Widow !A.har ': Tuesday evening was the regular card I j The retiring city council tell its final 1 etc.. pertaitiinz to the coming mg literature autonio-, I Surplus 5250,000

etc.. are doomed to disappointment Traumerei, Schumann; En Sourdinas e, party in Ridgewood Hall. Bliss A.George E. 'sessionVednesdayeening.. The n-pf'rt ,
Thine!' will move along jut Tellam. 1 1'ilf races were being sent out as ht'rHc..1
I i' was hostess of the inspect and clerk of lection\ re- Stockholders
our Liability
they do at "hosting," or other well foie rmood.Jt.ttf'n" : 8100,000
any Twu and there
Hungarian D.. ; as
nc s, Brahms i ceived and two ordinances passed on .
regulated tog n. i i Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs., I
He does not !I.\odllo i tt'Can taLi}!',f roOl Stung QuartetteTschaikcwski j third reading One providing for omtnt wa" asu-picion among some that the Actual security to depoMtors)
I. contemplate any change I Fajette McDonald gave a party in honor :; ) 4;>(0,000) ( ) |
lijphrn be
in such aop.>intt>es a*<< it is a prerocitiv e of the sidewalks! on the west Je cf even might dropped as it f !!
ir son Raymond and his bride Ri
I of the :Vaycr to male. so John Mers I Poppies A JapaneseRomance. More' frequently/ was: and leave Dajtonnontir i
Ridgen d from
the popular Marshal will continue to Minuet Bolzoni who wa Ii..sti'e Allraaa at their a: Hdle\iean'nut': to !Iy out .>f the i NOTE: -ThIS Bank Number One Roil *
Pizzicato .
; Smart: Fremont start, thiltr tie! utter tnakt-9 roust, H. Pctcroet..irous II on iW uJ 'IIIT:
carry the club. Very Smart, Gillet home on Herbert av'enue.
I I Selections from Th Red Mill lIerLt'rtDsn Thursday evening there a dancer j I the numbering of build.ngs c'tinipalt y. of forestalling any more suchmove I National IJanks in FlorillA l at I.I SfI.1 I.'; in the wbd
wired 5
i !? "Senator": Morgan; on his
Mayor Seamau's I last official
in was
1Vedding Bells. Ecossais. Bak : Ridgewood Hall. own personal responsibility saying! that Tinted State', ainonjj over six'y ekit l.ullh1 I XatioJ*
two ordinance I
The ladies approving
Mrs. of the M. E Church
Downing j' gave
I I announced there would if it were not to be Dajtona races on uank 1'"
! J. Fletcher Burnette of GiinrilJt, be a meeting of the Civic an oyster supper Friday evening inRide1'oOO ;
t Da I'dt'rbl.t'll
tona beach he ( to
1 > ) bt-I I
I : Fla. and Miss Alma V. Sullivan 3au h II all. It ;,
>; I on Monday at 1 30 Bad invited anyone was a very pleasant counted out. He didn't wish to ,oI2ect
I ter of Mr,. Ed. Sullivan, were united i in interested to attend also that and succetiful affair. I CONSERVATISM :
there any tnor.ey under false! preten.-es.
I marriage at the home of the bride ( would be Club tea next: Thursday at George Morford's little son, Ernest, [I HOLLY HILLy ] 'Ir. "f'terll revived this message by I '

mother on First avenuell'ednesdav afternoon which, was taken ill a week and ] Proven
it gradually by
| was hoped the members asd j ago rf'fnn: wire: "letters rectil. Race! our SUt't'sarsJ our n put.IiJoh.|
at:::3 o'rJ'r'k, Rev. B. F. Marsh] their guests would be grew worse till Monday morning aL !'
{ ; present, to enjoyi by 1)0011: and for Dajtona All pub-
pastor of the Congregationalhurcr& .>t social afternoor he died. He was bu-ied Tuesday room HOLLY HILL, Feb. 11-Sunday and (:city Daytona; stationary corrected." SQUARE DEALING J i i

I I performing the ceremony. At the close of the in:; in the family lot in Port Orangecenittery }nday Thos. Wt"tht.J't'11 had a party j
-rograni a sod i nl Tinbegins to lookas if the big I
j The bride, who wosnttirrdin atet'Cming up the Torooka river inspecting the races Auk
hour, with our
i punch and cake was enjoyed artt.. be brought down the I patrons
beach j jn
tailor-made uit:1 Bishop Morrison of the M. Ta)lor tract with a view of purcha-ing. MX
travelling Mrs. E.
> T.
: : F. Cordis and Mrs. (it'W.. Church. iV: and that i !
Hay tori :1n$ who hereto- '
j given away by her cousin Funk Sullivan Wtlls were the hostess of the afternoon. "ill preach here Sunday morning at 11 Miss: Fannie Ttden, a cousin of F6e fort ha\e had COURTEOUSiTREATMENT .
j and the young! couple departed! o'dsckand the Presiding Elder in tevening. Bogl. U: visiting Mr. Bogie for a week to go so far to witness I
All are invited to attend. these big speed contests D aflOW \\'s
Tuesday Mrs. John Milligan. Mrs. -
on the afternoon train for Gainesville: Open .
an account witli .1 ,
The Rollins them at tl. iro1lln doors.: M ai n. "ill. : trace ?.
College team defeated !
. it I t where they will make their home. -- Mil'igan and mother. Mrs Hand,
Ormond several days ago: by the were here calling on friends
!, wedding was a quiet one, only relatives LOST.
: and a few friends being present walkaway score of 9 I to 4. Stetson Arbor Day was fittingly observed by Mr*. II. S. MiUe-r. of this citv. FIRST

( Li:s also defeated Ormond a coupleof cA la-Jy's plain tolJ"atch, closed the school children who celebrated by ,,ho has: been visiting with a son NATIONAL BANK,

i. times, but neither cf these tl.'amsha case with diamond setting in backron'f. planting trees, singing and recitation?. and daughter; at Miami has pone ont

The: McCoy nrl s. auto bus, tile been able to win from Dayton. Owner's name in insider of McCoy Brother' large autobuwas Tula f> .r a several weeks' visit

Columbia, which is the largest a t at .It looks like a game between ti back Finder please return to 106f taken to town on Wednesday w" -It tier !'ol'.n.inIlan" daughter! ST. AUGUSTINE FLAor -

of iu kind in the city, has started 1 mend and Daytona might Le lots of f Socth Hidffewood avenue and re- : Last meek a baby girl was born to Mrad H:. v and MrV f O Fletchtr./ at, ,

pa regular achtdule to New Smjr i:;aha", for Daytona rooters. ceive reward. 61-2 ir JilL Harden. 1atanz.s.(

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J. E. Hush was in the city from Mrs. A. Milligan entertained Wed ............................. 4....4.........+.+...4* 1 5.

Tuesday until Wednesday of tins nesday afternoon in honor of her. ;

week. mother, Mrs. S. G. Hand. Mr. and i Seabreeze and Beach.
Mrs. Hand leave this week for a : Daytona

Dr. Neville II. Clark made a business visit to their daughter, Mrs. Bran- JOE OSBORNE

trip to :St. Augustine Thurs- fling, at Miami. !i MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor. ,

Y// day. C. H. Rogers of Alfred, N. Y., ............. ........._ .._ .............................. J.k
Mrs. E. F. Gates returned Wednesday
: and Mrs. J. F. Van Duzer, also of SEABREEZE. Feb. 9.The many' DAYTONA BEACH, Feb. 9-D. D.
from visit with Mrs. It. M.
a the Empire State brother and sisterof of R. M. Whinfield.m be interested in Rogers, of Daytona is having three Iota

<. Make fur store your store Xew, I Bond. al De Lanll.I D. D. Rogers, who have been visiting the following, clipped from a Pittsburg I on Palmetto avenue filled, grubbed and Sanitary Plumbing Heating and

catchy, up-to-the-minute goods corn I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shields and with Mr. Rogers, and family, paper: "Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Quinby, of graded.Mr. ,

jug in daily.! Prices are and always i! Mr and Mrs. W. J. Morgan and son, on North Beach street, left Thursday Dresden Germany formerly of Ger- and Mrs. Haskins, of Ohio, have

have been right. Reference, any A J. Morgan, visited DeLand Tuesday on their return north. many, formerly of Pittsburg, have: announced taken rooms in the south Hibbard flat t

; body. L. 11. UOWE& Co, making the trip to the countyseat The yacht Pelham, of Key West the engagement of their daughter on Live Oak street.! Ventilahillg.S

' The Jeweler by automobile.II. Capt. M. T. Royal owned by P. P Miss Eleanor ( lIinb)', to Roger I G I: Sweeney and James McCann
I Middington Whinfield of Ton du .a(', made a boat trip to St. Augustine
: E. C. Totman of Ormond was a G. Smith, a friend of W. F. Johnston of Lexington Ky., Wis. Mr.! and Mr. Quinby have lived the day following. Mr. McCann

Daytona visitor Tuesday.Dr. Holmes, who came to Daytona a stopped at the Halifax River Yacht abroad for the past nine years,and their wanted to see! something of the countryand Gas
short time since on a business matter wharf for a few hours Thursday, I Complete Plants Installed.
many friends in the city will be pleasedto enjoyed the trip much.
L B. Bouchelle of New very }
Smyrna is at Ormond for a few days continuing on her way to St. Augustine F
in the learn of the approaching wedding I Mfr and Mrs. Butterfield, of Chicagoare
was city Tuesday. that Thurs in the afternoon.
having me to town and
up which is to be quietly solemnized in spending some time with Mr. and Plumbing Heating Supplies.

Attorney Carey I). Landis came day. Bishop II. C. Morrison, of the M. Pittsburg early in March. The bride- and Mrs. Gage, on Seabreeze avenue.

over from DeLand Tuesday after Clarence Braeey is temorarily filling E. Church, South, will preach at elect and her mother will sail today for Mrs. Sherman and friend, Mrs. Bristol, (& Brass and Galv. Pipe and Fittings.

noon. K., W. Messmore's' position as Port Orange at 11:0001. ra, Sunday.Rev. America, and. after a shorti i'
Mr. and Mrs. I. il. Fickeison and engineer at the electric light plant, E. F. Iey, Presiding Elder of York, will conic directly to Pittsburg.Mr. I left yesterday for Miami and i iRoekledge
the Miami District will also be \VhinfieId and his! bride will i
Mr. MesBtnore having beeu calledout respectively.I
Miss Margaret Shields made a pleasant 1t':1"1
automobile trip to Bulow Tues of the city by the death of his present and hold the First Quarterly immediately after the wedding for C. Young after a three weeks vacation Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps.

father. Conference in the afternoon. Mr. to Honolulu and Japan They expectto enjoyed with his mother, returned -
Ley will preach at the evening ser !he gone about a jear." to business at Lexington Ky. Niagara Hydraulic Rams.

Turkey dinner every Sunday at Miss Laura Pearsall arrived the vices. A cordial invitation is extended Mi-s Van Meter was the guest of Mr.
of the week from SEABREEZE, Feb. 10.-Mr.! Bliss,
The Howard. tf forepart Ridge- to all. and Mrs. Beach on a few days river
I Mr?. 'fiord and Miss Sherman, Ireland Pipe Wrenches.
wood, X. J and will spend the balance I guestsof trip which left for the Inlet
Mrs. J. B. Parkinson is again at of the season with her nephew Bishop Gray will be in the city The Princess IsM-na, enjoyed the! excursion afternoon.A yestt'rdayI

her home, The Islington, on uth> Dr. A. O'Neill and family, on Volu- Sunday, March 7th. conducting services boat trip to the Tomoka yester I letter from Mrs. C. L Horn from
Itidgewood avenue having returned "ia au-nue. at St. Marys Episcopal Churchat day.
Chattahooehee reports her mother's *
Monday afternoon. 7'IO: p. m., and also holding con- Colonel! Cord and family are enjoying
lan.hallIJers took the prisoner tirmation. The Bishop will have a visit from F. C. Clarke, a nephewof i health as somewhat improved. JOE OSMI The Plumber

Mrs J. II. Bliveu arrived Tuesday Theodore Hart to New Smyrna Tues services at Ormond the morning of Mrs. Cordi!'. who i is here from Schenectady I Mrs! E. A Branch has just receivednews f3 ,

from Chattanooga, Tenn., and day morning where he turned him the 7th; at New Smyrna Thursday, N.1'., on a vacation.Mr. that her parents' home at Seville (
joined her husb nd, who preceded over to ex-sheriff Turnerwho met March 1th, at 7'K:; > p. in.; Port and Mrs. II. N. Beach, of \\ atcrville wa* 'Jestroyed: by fire last Monday night.Mr. J Phone 96. 11 Orange Avenue.

her several weeks ago. them at that place for Sheriff Smith, Orange, Friday March :5th, at 7i: 0) }It,., are recent arrivals! located and MM. Cowart have many friendsin

FII'U I RENT-Furnished cottage. the latter being called elsewhere. in the evening. with Mr and Mrs. C P. Stuart, on Atlantic learn the of community their misfortune.! who will regret& to

Dr. P. H. Bennett tf X. B. Wheeler, of Grove City, was Miss F. G. Feaster, of N. Ridge- avenue. DAYTOXA: BEACH
Mrs. A. C. Kitchel.of Miami, i is hereon Eeb. 10 -The
J. C. Young father of the popu- in Daytona over Sunday attendingto wood avenue, returned Monday froma a visit with Mrs. C. P. Lund and I Indies' Aid Social at Mrs. L, Z. Bur-

lar young druggist, has returned some business matters. Mr. week's visit to Palm Beach and Mrs.V.. Her rick. Mr. and Mrs. Kitehelwere dicks} Thursday evening! of last week, NEW SPRING LINE OF STETSON HATSHAS

from Indiana where he went recentlyto Wheeler formerly owned a home on Miami i, in company with Mesdames among the first settlers on the I netted the Aid H.60.I .

close up some business matters. I Volusia avenue and he still owns Schwenk: Jackman and Bates. Mrs. peninsula at this point. They boughtor Miss Smith, a pleasant visitor at the ARRIVED-.-
residence in Jack and Mrs. Bates backon I
some property Kingston. man came homesteaded a block of land near home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Beach,
Mrs. II. II. who I the while New Shades of Light Brown in
Kennedy, was steamer Constitution where the Phillips apartment house now on Ocean avenue, leaves Thursday for are good taste.Every .

called to this city recently by the' L. F. Steere recently received Miss Feaster and Mrs. Schwenk: returned stands, on Valley street and south, her home n Brooklyn, X. Y F-

death of her mother Mrs. George E. I word from his friend, A. H. Christ by tram. They report having twenty-six years ago. Their neighbors I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McMillan, of Chicago .: .-,... I

Perkins departed Thursday on her of the Arthur Christ Publishing Co. had a very enjoyable trip. were Charles Smith C. A. Kallough and I! A. P. Marsh and wife, of New /I, "G.J.-., :.-po",' '

return to her home at Chicago.Mrs. I' Coopers town, N. Y., that he had Mrs J. J. Bullion and daughter, wife, and J. 1>. Mitchell. There was YOlk, and J. C Curtis and wife, of Ful \ ,; j) as !

T. J. Grotjan, who i is spending shipped his automobile to Daytona Miss Mabel, and James Hirch\\"ood. only a trail to the beach, and wild animals ton. X. Y., are among the recent arrivals ":-" _1. I '..

the winter with her daughter, I and would soon folloeIpectin to grandson of Mrs. Buffton arrived and game were plentiful. Speaking at the Seaside Inn.A f.: yit q3:.J. "' 'IY'.z 4 a T o

Mm. \ 'm. A. Ronald], at Daytona) I reach here with lia: family about Monday from Chicago,coming south of her brother-ill law and family, social at the parsonage Friday evening :." ,' I'IJ"JAti. ; : .

Beach, has gone: to Rockledge for a ; the 18th. for the benefit of the boy's health. who went from here to Seattle, Wash., under the auspices of the Epwoith .. Pdr I''i/! !:. ;;:. '

visit with her grandson, T. Grotjan He had been ill for about two several years ago, Mrs. Kitchcl says theyare 11"I ue, will be held fora church benefit A jI'IJ.fffr:r : ;lid: ) I1 .
Ronald. 1 Ilev. 11. H. Jones of New Sin}ma, months but already shows improvement all prospering; that the two girls are program, musical and literary, will be .: :\\ \\1 I !" \I

and Rev.: G. L Hanscom, D. D., pastor since his arrival here. The married, and Sam and his younger ,[ rendered. ) : 1fPII\;}\ Ev.q St.ta.a

For sale or rent, unfurnished I of the Congregational church of Buff toilS were at one time residentsof Brother, John, making fine wjig.s..SEABREEZE i I J. W Hatters and wife, Carson City; :. Stetson har' tIa.f' .

cottage on Ivy I Lane, new. Easy i Jacksonville, were in the city Tuesday Daytona owning and occupying I T. I P. Campbell. Bingbampton, N. Y., ii r bun the Stetloa .a..
terms tf Conrad Real Estate::, Co. to attend a business meeting of Ridewcod Feb. II-Tuesday afternoon are guests at the White( House. f'J Stetionnaiue
property on avenue borne -
the State Association of the was spent by a number of .' Congre-
Mr. and Mrs. King, who have been occupying Now is the time to
By invitation of the management,': gatioual church held here in the I II eight or ten years ago. golfers on the Seabreeze link?. There I rooms at the Hibbard apart- get the hat you want. TheStetson
the children of the kindergarten I'I afternoon. I --- ass a four ball match b between MirersIvnappe They hare the go in them
m-'iit left their
I house today on return -thats t fth'own whyyou'll
and the Child Actor's Leage attendj j!! Fitter, Campbell and KcuV, north. s lORd..", .
ed the matinee at the 'Gator Picture'' Officer Myers found a wheel miss I FREE BRIDGE Messrs. Knappe and Fitter played against i, An ollicial meeting of the trustees of

Show Saturday, and it was evidentwere ii-g from the W J. Morgan premises the last mentioned, and claim to have
i the M. E. church was held at the parson StetsonHats
greatly enteitained. Manager on North Uidgewood avenue for won an easy game over their opponents. Q
'I ,t"Ct. Monday evening for the purpose of is recognized everywhere
Hobbs for their benefit the some clays in an out house in the Quite a number of players were out as
put on :: rJ
1 ; cou.-idering an enlargement ot the as the hat above all others;
rear of The Islington, on South GAINS and the afternoon
Show" at
"Baby and other suitable[ six-ctators, .the
i, Lurch building. L. Z. Burdick and N. the hat which combinesthe
Uidgewood:: avenue Tuesday morn links was much enjoyed. Golf is the
pictures. J C Buckland were appointed to submit result of skill in work-
ing. The thief has not yet beenapprehended. I| popular game this season
The bazaar held Friday afternoonand j I'l.m.s and specifications wherein the on the street this season thane manship, excellence of
Report of the Seabreeze D.ijton-i
St GuildHall i I building might be enlarged without \rr. Another reason is materials, and the uptoIt -
evening at Marys I ADUfRfNTS.
teach[ High, School of the highest, in
; a ter'Cln.lhe style is
by the ladies (If the Guild) wasa The cottage of Mrs. A. C. Bost- each for the fourth mouth j marring the symmetry of it. The meets rijrht." The thape like the-minute style.
grade : you
brilliant; success, both financiallyand : Wick at Silver Beach, which owing j tug adjourned! until Wednesday evening h here. Wt kiT.she S,_.Ml art 0.,.rHill
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12th Grade. Claire Toinlinson 91, Ma-
otherwise. There 'tn her death was closed the early i WLtn a session sill be held after the I. ill ts.l.a.t.trl.*
was a large I
mie Swartz 91.
attendance and sold I part of the winter, is now open and County Commissioner Bradshaw prayer meeting service to consider the A'J. B.
everything wa I, llth Grade. Carl Biirgmuu 92: Ernest :' Phone 2. AULTMAN. Be.chSt.
with the exception of some fancywork will be occupied for the next two or Interviewed And Thinks It n (port of the committee.j .
Johnson $;. lye give votes In the UII..h-I""lTorol'1ano(1onlfO
articles. About $1.; or$180 three months by her executor and I Mr. and Mrs. Kurrus, Miss Elizabeth
10th Grade.: Mitttie Johnson 92 Frances -- ----
was realized.E near relative, H. G. Flliott, and his Could Be Built. i i Kirrii; and Mrs. D..ran made the trip to I.i4'Oe141NOt.OII..oc.ce..cQ. ;....... .....NiNNthltelltI
$'J, Wallace : S'l.!
family of Montclair, N. J., who arrived Sparber Irrggs:; KmiA Heed's grove today on the

G. Kittridgp. of Volusia l in the city a week ago. 9th Crude.; Alfred Smother 91, LoisVauValzah l i II.,it'. I II
avenue, returned) from the West J. F. Noble, of Grand; Rapids, Mich, I.I PROFESSIONAL
i There will be a sale of fancy Sth Grade. I Irene Esh !.M, :Sallie: Holland I
Coast Sunday, a day earlier than who has been in correspondence[ with J
I p-MKls candies bakery and ice creamat nun 1'1' ;, Lila Held S;.
expected], tho party he was: to see Ie. Butler in regard to securing a cottageat
at l'aRa Gills having met him at t the store next Webster's grocery Th recent bridge wrangle, the attempt 7th Grade.; l'oc'hranI'atin] ytJ, Diiytoiui iVtuh for the season, armed >J. SCHNEIDER.: D.I I ritzgernlcl & Oates I
then Wonnacott
Feb. 18 for 93.)
St. Petersburg. ,: and they cl<.s-d a next Thursday, ( of the minority stock holders to Gladys with his family yesterday and ,,'as11"'Itl..1
.-fil of the M. E. church at Daytona Gth {irad.'. Elsie Coates !92: HazelYVuUten
-n reduce fares, the stubbornness of the I I Physician and Surgeon. I
deal by \l Jr. which hitiriolge disposed I in C. IHorn's cottage.A. Attorneys at Law
leach Sal 11 John Sinn 90, earl
l! begins at a. 90 tag
of all -f his, interestsin majority who are using the bridges for 302: North Hidgenood '
< properly I in ,coutilJuillgin thee\'ening. Choco- Sims 90. I B -wisand family arrived from I 'I Special Attention to Examining andPerfecting I
the of the lirst uauied purely personal aggrandizement regardless .
vicinity n E. ABranch's
and have leased
l.ile and tea served also. All wel- of baneful effect the 5th Grade.; I/cot Coburn 1M, .\btflnHr'cr I irago yesterday Phone 193, l Daytona, Florida. Land Titlej.
place. any upon 90 i cottage on Live Oak street. Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.,
11 ire. people 110 are compelled to use the II Conrad Block, DAYTON, FLA.DK.d.E. .
4th Grade. Irvin Branch SIota I: 1)A\TOXA BEACH, Feb 11.-The 6 to 8 p. m. I
Dr. S. W. Carroll the North
Mr. and Mrs. II. W. rtt'lat1l11111 bridges has set Daytona by the ears, so I
with 11. S. Beach street has into to Johnson .X7 Caves Allison }>7 ruins which came like a benediction to I r.r. ii. Ijtndla
son. together Lindley : grocer gone speak. 3rd Grade. Carroll O'Niill: Stanley I Bert Flab
and housekeeper, of Pittsburg, are I Ut keeping on a small scale; that Everybody who owns a cottage in Smother 94, John Allison VI, Leslie I the 1! grass and lowers( ,disappointed quitea RAWLIXGSPhysician : I

occupying one of .1. (G Brown's cottages j: i is he: has an observatory hive in }his Daytona/ or in one of her prosperous Oduni9l number of winter residents, who had LANDIS &: I I'ISII

on South Kidgewnol. Mr.Lindloy ( show window, demonstrating the suburbs, whether on the cast or the Holland 2nd Grade.90. Margaret' Oliver 91 I, Geo. plowed to spend the day on some one & Surgeon. I I Attorneys at Law I

( who has: spent several seaSons work of the honey bee. 'J 1 he beesI I wot bide of the Halifax, is enthusiasticin let Grade. Helen Gray: 9.;, Floyd Herrick of the excursion boats. But as soon as I Practicing In all state and federal

in California i is greatly pleased : I firm, the apiary of Daytona's boosting this section and he i is unwilling 93. : ll.csunout the crowd hastened to the Office or Volusia avenue first door Courts 4'h1l or Criminal business glTrn -

with Daytona and thinks we honey king Geo. J. VandeVord.and I to stand quietly by and witness a Highest in Deportment: Alfred Stro I IMa Jd b, and in the enticement of a Jluri i rorlnvfttlKallnx(' r..luIIUfODtion.and Special.

have California; beat to a fini..III" a '!aHead a great deal of attention skin game that fleeces residents and ther, Bernard Schmidt.SEABIIEEZE i ling surf, fort blue skies flecked with west of Hankins Pharmacy. "I DelAnd Florida. laeIllU"1

winter resort. from passers-by.: I visitors alike and has a tendency to l fit! ,-('if st clouds! a brisk, vitalizing -
i :, Feb. 1'2: -W. II :S; f- i Isaac A.Stewart Kg ford Ely
I' drive prospective citizens ofT to other ford died Thursday morning at 9.00 br ere found full compensation for E. L. bTEWARTcian i I

....t/H0 tNN QtIN .-.ti00.tliN!?lllit....itN ti N..0 N NN cities where they do not have to pay a. m. of general paralysis, at the Sem- ':other pleasures foregone. Phl sl and Surgeon j STEWART <& BLY
flies!i Ikrtha Clark, of New York City.
I tribute to foreign stockholders who arefattl'ning inole l each cottage, after an illness of a I I
i It Stood [ I IIN 1 their at the of : i-i" .1: recent arrival at The White House Special attention to diseases of tl.r Lawyers
. The Vote As Monday Evening section; purses expense few hours. Mr. :Safford came to Sea I S W. Bishop, of Ocala, came overfrom 3 Eye Ear Throat and Nose. Office I
this breeze last! December from New!Jury- ', and'r'sidence. Magnolia avcnne :3rd Office next door to Bank Building,
TUP. HUSH & SAFFOKl PIANO CONTEST.uAYTONA I 1' The Daily News interviewed CommisI port. Mass., on account of ill health IK Land yesterday, and Is visiting door west of P. 0 telephone 82. IVLand, Florida

I I missioner: W. D. Bradshaw of this district and had been gpendinc the winter at the Insi, >t I )bin-ze, avenue for a few days.
views the -------- -
ascertain his to -- -- -
to as cottage with his son. Arthur E. Saffoid: I I
Mrs. Taylor and daughter and sister, : INSURED:\
I probable action the County Comrnisiouers cashier at The Clarendon and \his i young ('i A. ILOClTITLl:5 i
- Daytona High School 1,244,405 : Miss Proctor, of the Vermont House,
.- might take in helping to establish wife. Mr. SalTord was apparently quite i Volusia County Abstract. Investment
Halifax: Rifles 938,485 are !spending the wctk at Palm Beach. 1 Physician and Surgeon
i a free bridge.::; Commissioner Brad- well yesterday, and went to the depot ; and Title Insurance Company.
- Order Eastern Star. 668,560 :\11.-. C L'. Youreennd son, Charles S. '
of that if the citizens Of'
shaw is the opinion ipf.eats :
to meet his wife. who txpcct d to spendthe special allf'nllollgl\'f'n to Abstracts furnished and titles
Miss Maggie Morgan 144.630 I will go to work and raise say one- remainder of the winter hire; ate a V.i-ree! arrived! from St. Louis, Tuesday the Eye and Fitting of (,lasts. office ;1i..d Maps.. Plats and Blue .. .perffft'l:
B. P. O. Elks ... 120,345 needed! for the ) and are pleasantly located at Surf over(jlol>e elorblng store. ufflre hours' I)
third of the amount hearty dinner on their return home, and I In.tired Sc'r and Treaa Opposite Vi Iu la Co.
T to H( a. m. I to:::00 ; to I\On p. in. ,
Miss Jean Frances Conrad 97,210 I then the municipalities of Iay'toua "p-t. This is their second season at p. (tank. et.and. Fla.
bridge in fine spirits. He was taken ill DAYTOSA. FLA.
Colored Industrial School 44,830 Beach and Seabreeze Dtyton.i: Beach and) Surf Crest and the u 11 1- -- -- -- ----- -
Daytona about I 11 o('l Ck at night; Dr) ISolian- '
Baptist Parsonage 43,490 I raise another third, the County Com- non was summoned and relll"linfdith pleasant acquaintances they made last M. JOSIE ROGERS, M. n. D. I ). & C. M. ROGERSCivil
Miss Mary Qille .. 30,730 i I winter are bring l renewed.
would sanction the
i mUsioners probably him must of the night, but there was nil I
I Miss McCann 13,300 appropriation of the remaining third. from the attack, and death 1 Two more new cottages are to lx built I lonieopathic Physician Engineers

.. .. ... ... ... 925 rallying
Daytona Institute local civil is. on lion* street during the spring or .
engineer ,
I A prominent came!! a relief to his suffering. I 1H.- No 453 North Beach ( j DAYTONA and
Mrs. F. l.. .. ... ... -.. .. 525 j i-immiT. One of these will be built by Offices f(
MiddletonUL'TSIDC now at work upon the plans and spxeifications ceased leaves a site and four son, Ar- Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30: and 6:001: (MIAMI, E1.A.Telephone .
I I 3 I
Hiram :Sanborn. of Dover, X. IL, and '
for the proposed bridge and I II Jolin. William. Jr. and -l.oid
I OP DAVION'A : I thur E. I to 7:30. ; ....
will have it for in a we understand both are intended as I Daytona Office r. t..1.11' I .J
inspection No. 122.
aflord; the three la't named of whom 1:1:4:
Wilman's Opera House 313,900 I j winter homes. : _
day or &o.j ire residmts of Nrwburyport, Mass
I Kingston School 130,195 j It is proposed to build a double-track Mrs SatTord companies the r 'mains of'' DAYTOXA BEACH, Feb. 12.: -E. E.

of Sea breeze High School 106,270 concrete bridge/ with graceful arches her husband to :\f'\\bur"p'lrt. Ma-, Johnson has completed, the third itory Daytona I Private Iles- i i

f 1M. E. Parsonage, Daytona Church Beach -- 44,120 83,160 which will not only he a thing: of beauty leaving on today' northbound.The ;i, nf Li- stone house.Mr I pital and SanitariumK ,

Ie Congregational but a joy forever. Once built. the maintenance -. T. E. Robinson: who, with her facility for the proper treatment....... !I
Souci Club held interacting i iKiertrlcal
Miss Elsie Coates Beach 41,390 San a very and euro of medlcnl and surgical 1'
Daytona I
al 1 of such a bridge would bo trio little daughter, has been spending the : appliance, trains nurses,
I Miss Alice Daugherty, Daytona Beach 33,595 afternoon with Eels: :ar Al! n Pop, surroundlnga. special attentionglren I
It would be a in the right will violet
step Branch
rliug. hoineof ,
at the home of Mrs.! Hi_. 10w, Wednes winter at the to all v'iuient" Terms on
Miss Jennie Murray, New Smyrna 5,170 direction of beautifying the river view i cation. No 4 f M. Iteah Ht.. ... ,
111. the latter
anti l| r''ti.rn t. Rotk: Fall, part apl'lI.\\
i Miss Ruby Spaulding, Daytona Beach 4,195 with the day February 10th. Mrs. Ayre l'r.H. A. ..1,40( "
instead of marring it unsightly
I of the month Physician In Charge. I
Miss Sallie Holland, Daytona Beach 4,015 Mrs. Reed: read biographies (iii
545 piling. Aiiot! ir featunthat would Mrs. Each gave a synopsis, an-1 read I :Mr. and Mrs.; S. P. Buie arrived from i I .
Ormond School I
i commend such a bridge would be the selections from The Ma"'Mrom; M f". I Lae: City and are spending some timer DR. \\'. A. GOVi: DR. A. O'NTJLLOSTKOPATII I

....eMO..HeaMe Oiyrailrc.f N*a.MMMiHMmGOOD elimination of the thundering sounds Ronald read one of Poe's most | opular ;it the Lone Bay. I

I which drowns the sounds of the surf all:I poems, "The Haven," and I Mrs. Bigtlowread ; ': Mrs: Mattie Polzicn and little daugh- Dentist 1 I I

......C..MOeHeeHMM : Daylouian enjoy hearing. some Ilf his short |>onn Mr. t a arrivod from Aurora, 111. on a visit i

i H..1 I i A big double-track, with bicycle path, of the guests, gave a MTV r't: / the former's father, A. S. Harroun, Office: Corner KJtlge o Ml awl! > Anderson Building.

: I I path for pedestrians and driveway everybody interesting talk on parliamentary rul.... .and will spin-l the remainder of the bear's I So. Beach Str *t.
IN THE --- keeping to the right would be here
: .
Mrs. Bard'I 'y read a letter from hislst.r n PHONC b9I
I j lin kwping with the onward and progressive Des laj ,
Mrs.[ IX.ull-field of Moines
BUSn-- Neil ( fornwr merriUr:l "
I of it would : Mr? a I
march Daytona
SAFFORD CO. j ; h--
I- :| emphasize Daytona stability and pro- wishing i the club success', and presenting z ', cute. m this oak and have taken room 3 \H JIIOWIl.I ,\\. I D. l II. GO\'L'
I. I' press!! and how 1 her. to be in the forefront to them two books on parliaiuentar)j-,; at the E. E Johnson !stone house.!
PIANO: ( '( )'VI'ES'I' I I of the proRressivtcities of Florida law. Mrs. Billow j served light n,freshments .i i Mrs.! Holdredg! and daughter. Miss I 3 Physician and SlJr-Jl'on. {! Architect Builder and
I: Let the handsome concrete bridge be I
and the social half hour which! lbdredgP! % of M.idina, X. \ are among
built and then remove e'ery't'sti of .'I I Office and residence: 123: : So. U1 goContractor'!
These votes cast for .._ I the rattling planks and unsightly piling. followed was thoroughly njoyed 1 byevery the wit-k's arrivals at the 1:. E. Johnson Kidgewood Ho-
J I cottage.I wood Avenue, opp Residence and office, northeast cor-
J Each i issue of the Gazette-News will of these I I one present.Mrs Ti! Touri-t Club met this afternoon I tel. Phone 175. Office hours: 9 to ner Ridgewood and Volusia ave. ,
!' publish one coupons. : lljnr.J. P C. Morris vra in !?t, T. 1' Williams and daughters t> 11 a, m.,2 to -4 and 6:30 to 8 p. m. Phone 89. Dayton, FlaN
It must be voted within G 1909. ThuT'Slau] military Daytona, yesterday un Ocrail n with Mrs A. S. Harroun and will have a
days. February spent
seven I I Augustine
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l : bnsinewi. boulevard l guests <>f Mrs. A. S. Ramlall: l I. I.ii .!.. program. ..... ..MtiNONeNOeli
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;: -- Mr. and Mre. B. W. Boyd, of Vojl: I ...MM!...................... ...... I

DIRECTORS D lusia avenue, returned Monday froma 1

Tin : BUSH & AFFORD Co. \ ten days trip including Como St. I Current

Petersburg, Pass-a-Crille, Tampaand Day Electric j

I other places. While at Tampa
r PIANO CONTEST : HAVE BfENRESTRAINED. they visited the Fair which they

e say is very good, although all ex-

which two residents of Daytona and vicinity will be awarded hibits were not yet complete.FoR Will be turned on

s IK two beautiful Howard Pianos, furnished by the Bush A Safford

i Piano Company of :Miami sole representatives of the R. S. How- I i KENT: -Seven-room furnished December .1 1, 1908.

\ and! Co. The contest to be conducted on behalf of the Bush & L Raymond Ohl came over from De cottage, including piano and sewing -

Safford Co. by THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEW and THE DAYTOXI DAILY I Land where he is attending machine. Bath, electric light?,

F t Nnws. I.Temporary Order Granted Prohibiting spend University Sunday Saturday with his Stetson\\.etc 327 S. Beach street fifth house This will give the citizens of Daytona,

$2.45O.OO= I I Newly Elected Officers I this city. south of First avenue. tf Seabreeze and Daytona Beach an opportunity

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One $-tOO K. S. Howard Piano will be given to the person or organization From Acting. Automobile tires and' inner tubes} to operateElectric

residing in the City of Daytona who receives the highest I vulcanized at Oliver's garageA TheGeneral1Jemand

number of votes. II B. A. mmm mam. select few of the I
i inclined
, And one $400 ft. S. Howard Piano to the person in CofusCounty ia I musically Fans Flat Irons Machines
: I 0 gathered at Dr. and. Mrsloughton's ,
outside of Daytona who receives the highest vote. ERR of the Well-Informed of the World has ,

; In addition to the two piano additional prizes will be given to I flat Monday evening always been for a simple, pleasant and
I r contestants as follows: Alleging that the election of the die and listened to some of the masters efficient liquid laxative remedy of known and motors of various kinds. The operating -

. I It rectors of the Daytona Bridge Company of song. value: ; a laxative which physicians could I

t Two Due Bills for 200 each Two Due Bills for l 100 each I'' was illegal and that the directors would Dr. Houghton, dentist, west end sanction for family use because its component of motors by electricity! is clean

i .. Two Due Hills for .175 each Two Due Bills for : 75 each interfere bridge and with create the and orderly stir running up strife of in the a South [Bridge. Peck block phone :3!!. parts are known to them to be and economical. Ask us about the cost. :

j Two Due Rills for $ lull each Two Due Bills for 50( each i wholesome and truly! beneficial in effect,
: great many ways unknown to the petit. The friends of Edward White extend -
Two Due Hills for $Ii l i each Two Due Bills for $ '5 each I loner, B. A. Armstrong Monday filed a their sympathy to him in the acceptable to the system and gentle, yet

! petition praying for a writ of injunction loss of a brother whose death at prompt, in action.In i Adam Schantz Electric

:: Contest Commenced Dec. 1st, 1908 Closes March 31, 1909. 'against Dr. W. 1'. Langworthy. W. A. Plainfield, \. J., Saturday is re supplying that demand with its ex-

Langworthy, L. G. Langworthy F A. ported. cellent combination: of Syrup of figs and
; Newall and If. Y Stillm.n, the recently Dixir of Senna the California fig Syrup
HULK AND REGULATIONS I.i I HOW Al HIRE TO GET VOTES I', elected directors of the company. 1. tSAI.ED.AT Ll: T-The Adam Schantz Co. proceeds along ethical lines and relieson E. L. GUNX, General Manager.
liint has just received a full supply
!i : I A temporary writ was granted by the merits of the laxative for its remark-
1. Tls'cnntestis to merchants will Rive of incaodcs lamps.
oprn anyone The following I Court Commissioner J Lee McCrory restraining I
tiring in Volusia: County who U into their able success. T 1:
o nrvote for every cent paid I the respondents from
)known by the conductors of the. contest Mrs. M. EL Hardenberg who has That is one of many reasons why
or voik-hed for l>.v mime reputable I handle ootls which they ing the duties of directors or in nercise-I I been at Lake Helen for shoat two Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is given FREE SAMPLES OF WA'-i.- PAPER .
person to themn.n known. : transacting the business of weeks returned to Daytona Saturday :
the the Well-informed.
2. ;So employe attach*or relative I .IIENIIRII'KSCO..IIryGrwds.( company. and is again with Mrs. E. A. Barker preference by wiU A rc-: T CARD today -
of tin proprk'tomof the above named 'OEO. II ('J..\HK. Jewelry and Stationery. The petition also sets up that the respondents II on South Ridgewood avenue. To get its beneficial .effects always buy NEW chance Wall Paper pninviting .... .- ** stating rooms:

; firms tr'ntetuBd me eligible will to participate inthin in I have given out that they intend the genuine-manufactured by the Cali- dismal rooms into an .t- l' ")a,.,. I, ,. .'.t you int.J Facra'! witlbring

.' no manner. participate L. Ci.! LYM IN. Groceries. to apply for a reduction of tolls. Collars 2 cents, all style of shirt. fornia Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale tractive cbtc.l home. :.-t .\ : If full: T"an.pes iarcnd pointing! free.:

I .I. In the event of a mt.-.nnJ..r. TIIEGIZErTE1E11'SCUSlL'Y.: : The bridge question is one that thegeneral 10 cents with work left and called by all leading druggists. Price fifty cents the We place privilege I at your of iclcc-door ;-- : '.1j tend for pncts&nd color

r.tandingl'etwiencandidatesoroth. : IIANKINSTheUrugxist.ero l public is vitally interested in for at Daytona Steam Laundry. tf per bottle. soar from the tar "t t J : 1'1-'' card.Ve have ererjr-
i interested in this (contest sort | R. 11. MIHXALI), .Ieat... and the outcome of the injunction will and most varied I d: thugis PAINT, and cu
.i/ controversy may be referred to the Geo. F. Smith has hat! the the South. "!"':"'J sate loa moo ,. _

c.indurtom of the contet-t, who alone |111. IS. AIILTMAN.; dents HARDWARE Furnishings; I be eagerly watched. grounds in the rear of the jostofiice I Phillip E. Ro Idreon. Architect. h8\.rt{ Nt t0attCJ( r. .q., I P:;:: tS. WlwS3r! Ir.

nn the up ,
dr ii.m.4. BIXfHLUI.I.I.Y: : CO., Furni tire CURE YOUR KIDNEYS. I r i 4arannah. Os.A'inter -----
which might} be folio te I by others 1 HomesIn
withdraw 4. In theeventacnndid.Ited.vides from the rait, nhd,,n- Votes Cast. I in the neigh'mr!. ol to g e t allrrnI I I'' t tit lIIICII I ( ,, HoiIdaSungnl'iwa.. 114-iuw.B.rst.
Where be
dilate will! not lie allowed to tran..frr May Do Not Endanger Your Life When aDaytona tage. 4 I'RIIU Houses!
votes to to the credit of another canlt.t l...t lkJ\.-,. will U- 'li'iil? in the I I II I ln.1Imtl>plcal liar
Citizen Shows You ._.. 4OOQft @ CH.:! ..." '
dilate the content. holies rrpieM'iited in thi Content. I I F(-RRENT OR SALE-Fumi ml J ,

The Cure. cottage 107 Orange avenue. L. P. !Boston savannah e A. D. ncBRIDEPrcldeot J. B. CONRAD F. N.(")/\RAD .
:.. I Pitcher next door east. tf I T uip.. | VicePres.MERCHANTS. Cashier
will continue
Wby people to suffer the I'I

I agOniel of kidney complaint. btckicfce, Mrs. N. X. Bailey, who received

I F': OFF urinary disorder, lameness, headache. an injury to her leg about a weol I BANK

RIGHT l anguor, why allow themselves to 1(- ago from a fall caused by tripping THE GLEN WOOD (BRANCH Or VOU'SIA CofSTT n e7rx)

'come chronl. Invalids, when a certain over a rug. is still unable to use the Capital Stock......__................... ...... ... ........ $ 50,000: '
THE TREES cure is ...ffeI'eJhl'm? limb it is .
I F; Dean's Kidney Pill is the remedy tuse o slowly., although improving SEABREEZE FLA. Surplus and Profits ._. .. ...... .. .... ... ........ ..... 55,105Four : .i.

.>. loau> It Kite to the kidneys the per cent interest paid on Savings accounts and Time Cer -
Nearly all the fruit that comes x14 help they need to perform their work.If Two well furnished cottages for I tificates of Deposit. No notice required for withdrawals.
rent six bath. hot and cold MODERN: HOUSE
you have any even one, of the rooms .
to the market is picked while green The finest Culled Gtlodt-la the World( II-\ injitoina of kidney dl l>easiti, core your- water, electric lightt, fireplace. Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.
and allowed to npen on the way. ..lf now l..rllldial>t>It'Ii. dropsy or Orange Ave., near Ridgewood. H. Electric Lights Telephone I- .

course such fruit never has the MVW,1ET1ESAsmE81NTiN4oiAsOf I Itli i :ht'a di.#iu sets in Brat this Daytona J. Mai by. Bond Lumber Co. tf Conveniences. .... QD (imo Hf*.,'...

testimony: If 5;111.... IUi\TIN: KIxlllNlS.{ K\TIIINi;. ..L-
I delicious flavor of that which is ripened in nature's manner. yon want to know why Alderman

For Thoiiia UartinM inolia street Day Mills smiles so broadly the "' 1"'I"II.t.... for Season. FLORIDA EAs11OAST RAILWAY
reasonT tuna Khi says: "Doan'u Kidney Tills past few days it is because of the
irate dune mo wonderful amount olgood. f .-
C. F. BOWIE Proprietor.
new daughter they are entertaining LOCAL TIME CARD No. 77. Effective January 5, 1909y
My I back' troubled) such
ROYAL SCARLET BRAND me to an The little Miss has been with them .
s extent at times that I could not worn since From NiiietnlNT ::::1. I'l":'' to April 13;, !" No. 99 | No. U I No. 33 j No. 29! i No. .:$ i No. 74 Ko. 36 I >a N "
Saturday.The MAIN
It wan lame and stiff and ached lmo,,t ______ 1 DAILY 1 DAILY )! DAILY j 1 DAILY I LINE |I DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY .

is really superior in flavor and healthfulness to any of the (constantly.. .r kidney were nil out of I colored population is again 1I I 9 30 pm J JU pm'10 00 amI| 7 30 .m Lr .Jacksonville 7 .:i )>mii 7 40 pm; 1 la pmt I I 8 30 anjpmiO .
a. Atlrr. .\pi II II, 19": HOTEL 1.Il""lIF.VALIEK: I 10 M pm! 4 50 pm it 10 am ; 8 SO .m LT .stAumistlneIt A 610: JlDI 6 i ; am 705IBS .
orchards the few order shown the much agitated, and well they 48 pm 5 88 pm 67 am|I IHS am 'LT.. :&..: I'alaUa L5 1J; I : 44 ,, 6
color 9
fresh fruits that from nearby during ni was by high very : | pm pm 47 am U am
come .. ..... .. .'"
I ( .-..1\11 e. New Jersey.Morgan. .. 125pmI .. .Ly.HoteiOrmvnd L\L..? .... 4 01 pin .... .. ..-..... -.
and otherwise unnatural condition o f may be. With such outburst of 124 am 6 56 pm .I 35 pm 111 27 am LT.... Orm"ivl... 1.,3! fH pm 3 el pm 8 24 am 4 n am
of the fruit
days season. the wpcrftion I had hardly enough unbridled fury it is time their wiseisl 136 am! 7 06' pm .1. pm11| 40am LT..Dayton ...L. 321 m.'IU pm,8, 21 am 4 Warn
J 2 20 am 7 4i pmS 2 22 pm 12 ft pm LT .New Smyrna 1..1 2 47 pm 3 17 pm 8 U ain 3 45 am
ROYAL SCARLET FRUITS and strength tft drag uiyoelf! about and leaders were taking a better. b01l1up.n 14 am 8 SS pm 321) JIm 130 JIm L+.. ..THusvllle-.\' 130pm 2 20: 6 :59 am tZSanS
, are gathered put up at wan the The .. ... ......... .......... > 11 pm Lv..Ci.crm 1.t l.S67 .\ 1 1241- I .. pra... .... ......... -

the orchards the very day they are ripe, and the flavor that indeed uutil in I bad procured eliape.Doaa Nothing. Kidney lielpecme Pills reins.! 8..11. pm......| 1 8 50 IS pm pm: LT"lE LT..Rockle au GallwT ...... .
... ..... .
II Mrs. L. O. Ravson110 returned 3 00 pm LT. + 11 fa am .... .. .
I I" nature alone can give is preserved. at Hankina") drugstore and ued themThey 1'.H.UTTUsn: 's 2'am 11 2O pm ( OS pm50U| pm.LT: .:}tl\\:; ::ee..1\ W 10 am .11: W' il'f'ro' m) Una
to the city last week 1 75O.m' l 06 am.7 M 7 10 Ar.W.Palm ,
accompaniedby pm pm t', 7 M am : 9 4i an am 00
I. soon etopped the tram| in my bac.k311111011Jt 1 YII Lt"oll.\ .\\".:s t'.::0\. .. 805am .......... 8 10 pm' 7 25 pm Ar..Palmfeacn. LT 7 31 am| 30 am 1'20...... 840pm pa .
Royal Scarlet stands for the best in the Canned Goods line her niece. Mrs. C. A.tark: of 10 60 am :, t 20 am 10 25 pm 10 15 pm'Ar...?.Miami ... Lvj 4 45 am I' li am 32 10 am C W
.> C. it pont-ible for me to work Cincinnati Ohio has rented and i itoccupying 11 20 ami 3 40 am ....... ......... LT.,... Mla'nL..Ar.' .. ...... ......... .11 W pmjftOOpm.'i pa .
every day without lrwonvenieneeDoai's 12 ?.'! pm ... ...... ..{.........IAr..home-teud..Lr.' ......... ..........I.... 400
t'. SALE BY the Robbins house on DAYTONA, FLA.II. 2 34 pm''I' 6 24am ........ ........IAr .. Lone Key. ... .... ..... ........... ,I 147 pa pa906pm ,.
4 FOR -. Kidney 1'illit have done roe more 3 :30 pm T to am .........., .........lAr: ..KnUhUK'rT: : Lv... .. SIlO too
goal) than all the plasters and liniments South Beach street. 500pm...... .Via; P.dln.s.: .a CoJAr": ..X>jT\\Wt7 L% \.la"!'.A.(TiCJCco. 1T 00
M. MAXW1LLER, PROPRIETOR 430: JIm VlaP.AO.S.S.Co.Ar Itarana..l.v:.: Via.!'.A. U.S.8.Co.II OU ami._ ........-
L. Q. LYMAN. I have ever uned. T Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Fickeisen and 1 .D.ny except Sand.,. Trains do not stop at Station at: :which no time is ihoT*. >.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents children who arrived from Pitts-

Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo N, Y., sole burg Pa., last week will spend, it I PALATKA- BRANCH

N..........44............N.....N...N............. agents for the United States. month or six weeks here with rs.Fickeisen's LOW TIDES on the BEACH Leave Palatka Lut| EAST FALATKA PALATKA TO ; Falatta Arrive fl leave --I'A : TI A-TOE.\8T- Arrlveltsd.

Remember the nameDoaD'and parents. Mr. and Mrs. J!. Oak oFER.. I 1 .| r.l\tk.a __PALATKA_ ralath-
take no other. W. Shields, on Volusia avenue. Month I I MAR. I APR. 6 20 am _. o..8 T aItr_ 6 .1) 11m I S! I> 11m ..,....-a C P. i!, ...._..t a 05)! a.
i M. ELLA DE VOY CO.LADIES' i -- I ?) am .._..Na 48 ))aIl1._ 6 t0 1m 6 .JI\M ........\u. W 1..111... 710 a.
r ... 1... ...10:5()... ... 9:2;_ ._.10:15_ II 4O.m _._.No. 50 9 00 air I !. n am ....._...\.. LI 1.,1' ...._...1 'S$ am

HATTERS Building Lots For Sale. James J. Byard, .Tr a prominent ?. :!... ...113... ...10:27.: ..1130._ 1205pm OM.m _..Na o.M 62 I1aJl1.11&.111._...... 122.'I'm 1015 am !! It 3t..II.m:taarr ......_...__.....So.Na r.3.... .De...Iy.:} ......_..... 11 I 20 60 P.I.
!: o':I offer for sale lots 2 and 3 block young attorney of Cooperstown X. .. 3..l2:2'.11:18..12:09.. ; 4 2) pm No. 56 Daily.:: ..... W pm i t.,. \a 5: Pcy:! .., 6 -
'I ... -I... ...12J0.: .. ...12:03._....12:45 55o p m ==:Na5611.11: y.:..?.....4: 10 pm Ii i Il ;; pm: ::::.::.So: rq Ttaiiy.: ; ::::: 11 : :
Y in this ......
,. : Correct in Styles. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. : 3, Coleman's addition to Daytona stopped over city Friday ._ 5... ... 1 :12... ..12:10.: .. I:IS_ 1155 pm .No. 60 Da.lly....... .. am 1: 'IJ.m ...,.. o. "Dilly ... I.o..

: Xo 6 South Beach Street, Pajtona. : These are among the most desirable on his return from a visit to Cuba .. G... ... 1:52... _.12-11.: ... 1.4S... SAN MYTEO
i .N..... .. .............. and the Isle of Pines to visit his 1:30. :20. I -_. BiLVNCH
t. NN .N......N.............. vacant lots left on Ridgewooc i : ; Leave '! -
A fine location for friend, L. J.o'. Steere of North Beachstreet. 1 : ;::: ::: ::: ::: :: :: : East, EAST PALATKA TO Arrive Sasit.eueean; SAo MATR> TO EAST Arrlv.tU ]

f avenue. a nice Mr. Byard also found here I ... 9... .. : ... ... 3:25_. I Palatka : SAX MATEO __ _Mateo !II Vitro I''LTI1..latu .
; .s..................4..................... ...... home For prices address tf m ...1 0... .. ._ _. 4Oj: !.__... D : .
I. N S. another friend in the person of C. .. I 7 45 am .No. 49 fI.lly..1' 8 K> am I flt'; ..._.._ .. ... :
Guy Brown Central Lake Mich ...11... _. 4:55... 3 li ...._..No. 63 ._.._. .m No. 6* Pillr I 6 tI
pm Daily 3 43 3 Vi .....
LING WAH E. Savery proprietor of The Glenn ...12... .. : ._ ... 5:55. pin y I.n,1 Duty 4 111 pea
Mr. this afternoonon ...13... .. : ._ ._ 705.. "
Byard departed ---
No. No. 21
1 I I/ : FIRST-CLASS : DR. T. A. DAVISPANTHEROPIST his return north. .. ..3:40..2:3': : _..... b:19._ .only 25))9u. only j', Xo.Daily 19 iw l'sd.aa.r l ..0.1.1!, DIAIPORT BRANCH x<1-18 ,. ** 20 \o. D9n.
...I'I'. : _. ._ 9:2S... tsar sa. only, hoof
\ ICHINESE i -------- .. : ... _.10:3"!... 200 2 I'm 10 10 10.m 60) pm e w .m !It'.J..k..n\.. ..... .\r i s J am' I '0 pin : 6 CU pa
LAUNDRY The latest safest and most scientifi ........................... ...Ii... .. ... _.11:29._ 2"Wpm I'm 1056.m 6O.m I 6 11.0 Wpm pm 8 846 loJ .m am'11.1'...,_._._...... 'fabU tlan'IrKeacb 14eu'h..i.......It.1.6 6 M am U I' pm i 4 19 pa.
41 !
method of treatiug the sick. Include : ...1 S... .. ... ... ...11 :5-1_ 300pmIlIO.m 701) mI900.mAr.. .... fu 'tl ... .. ..Iv !l >am-."I i.i'nann'.ICOpLT M "mi 1413' p_
{ 214 North Beach Street, DAYTONA. FLORIDA. w every drugless system Osteopathy. : Legal NoticesBids : ...19... .-.12:01.: .. .-.I1:2i... ...12:43... "._ 1 II.I1JI".. i Doll, .... .
.i S Stiff bosom shirt .... I Scientific Massage. Women and children I- ...::?l)... .12:>3... ...11 U... ... 1:12_. Orue City Enact,JI.I DaIly to t Dail.: t Du: 5.0.1..4 a r4.d t'1 .
open front .1\fight..hlrts[ .._ ............................10 i -- : 325 pm OO.m h. 1>.. ...,... .. ,.I2 '
: White shirts_._ _........... I I a specialty. Examination free. ..... ...... .21.: .. ... 1 :-15... ...12:3i.: .. ... 2:00. 4 10 on'V7 I" rml!'! ; 'IODpm
......10 I Woolen Shirts............ ...................10 I Corner ... ...... .) ,' > JIm 10 00 am h.L" M.t.-.L 11 16 art S 1prn 0 3i) .
) umr..Nu.f.r
opposite postoffice, Dayton ...__)... ... -'3)...-... I .30....... .5" .. 4 20 I'm 1030.m L.rr_ CIt.h
Check shirU ... S Undershirts................. .. Beach. I I 4 a! ..... 11 than>> :) I'ro' ........ .... ._
.. ... .. m 1045.m 1v( II. '
S ...?3..3:27.. .. :!:IS... 3:35. C1t. 4..6. 11 00 a .
t\ Wanted. 1111 t .M ........_
XewshirU-=:. = :::::::::. :.:. 13 Drawers .... :::::.?::::.::::: g Bldsal't' r.oqu.. h-d for piilntlnu the Court ....!..... ... ... i.... .. 3Ui.1:2.5.: ... Coa..rb.. .... .t with r. At O. S S. Co. !,. s,_.. ,... .

: Shirts eollarattwhed._?.._. ........13 Socks, per pair.................._.......... 3 : Hou<*' and Jail tin roof with ,'..w....raitPrioress ..f !.i. :.:I'! : I I Coaa ttio.. Key .hh P. & O. ". S. Co. tor titj Wn E.. .".J H.Laud...".. (. .

j Collars each.:_..-...... .........___..._.2j} Ilandkcrch-efs-:.._.......?.__....... .. 3 : Notice to Tourists raw Itn.retl Mrtnllr oil anti and drrrr.lloust-loll.-.I: ..lln. l oil or : :: :::: :: !:. L::: !!!t: I S.*-.,,Tk.,_, tTniE: .TABLES.then .m.l..o. th. .....,.1..hl.h" -trim- _7 k .._-... to-srfiv----* .-:04.rt- lima AunatrcJ. I

.' Cuffs, per pair.____......._...._....... 5 Silk Handkerchiefs....................... 4 ; i Atlantic For painting or I Cartrr Tour "'hlt.- U-ml.o tr.It4 U.Uirven with...r :tC. 8'U..i: : : held mp.aubl. itw..y dais a dep.rm or ::.:.:. :.:::..t.'ed.. :.:;;:..:. p dot* th* Cumftmt ,
< ( Seal 1 Zinc anal pur..II11.J, ..11.11"-...1 :.j ...... : ....:... 9:10... FOR COPT of THE
'" '
.. '" '' CARD OR
: Also Ladies Clothes at corresponding prices : i oil part find, whit.-had line tnl\rd and tii the one pr tart|iorti zinc.n f Sat t..''j ...30..'I'. .. ...... ...1'1'I. ))2... ..,10:01_ J. D. IlAHNER. A..iltaaC: Ccacnl Ptwttr OTHER Afeat "HRL'TJON "ALE kLT 4LNT

... .NNN........MH.......+.+....+..>.......N... iilditolicfllfd,: withthe1'Irrkofthe1in l ...... ut: I ...31.. .. ...... ... ... .............. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA:
? I F you want the very best Oranges Court. on or before March ist A..1..1' < nixlth

""""" .. apply to Point Grove and the Red Ing* the Board right of'ollnt.l'olllllll"lolI..r"to regret any and all >> ,r'r\1 -I . . . '
I 'lT HtMVLL 1' JOKI and afternoon tides are approximately ; ,
'l"J land Indian River Orange the best Clrrkl'Ircu1t1'ourt.lh. ",, ", at the same hour. Automobiles -

iu the State situated 11 miles I can be driven on the beach two I : Daytona Ice Company .
south hours after high tide and ,
I San Mateo i if TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE. within two
Cigars from Daytona on the Daytona and( hours of high tide.
I I will lie at the follow lug:pise.lit tlirt..'' PURE ICE f.
; -
: ) New Smyrna road.PRICES ipeelaed to arrive ll.- urn" for tin'Tax I Iof1 ; ,

j I No.>D: Ent..rprltt'. TiHMlnv.. Fl.ftl. from .' Made from Distilled Water. I
Have Made MODERATE. t to a p. in. : f; StainPaints Williams\ : ) Factory comer }I'ailror.d and Yolufoia avenue.CHAS. (
I No.f Orang.City, Tu...."",.. ....10.1<.1. from ., 9 . o r 6. . .

i A nRD mmPKOPRIEIOR\ ,t to No.11 S a.IX-IAIM in. Mondnr..JVI.. M. from H to 'I f.
; 12. m. ,
Reputation of I I ..
I No. 4 Ih.{von *' prln"". } ....hy. ....l..,t. (
from y to II H. in.No. ,
MASONIC DIRECTORY. .i KMfMtf( Tu.-' K.-... tnli. from t.r. c
I Their Own. I'MollM.I III.No. I .
HU.IKAX IXJDOE. No. 81. F. 4 A. M II HIII.. Wxlnrwl-iy. K..In. K tb. from ,i FUL t
Me .
u hit and 3rd
Thursdays. 10 to II A. in.
Ii The success of the Pan Mateo HAUKAX M"t,1nd CHAPTER Thur.d.v.Oit16NTALOMMANUiRYNo. No. 5, It. A. )I No.7 fvriiMMitl. Moixlny. }'rla4dhfruw .; I ,.
I, I Cigar is one of : 9K. to S p. m. I Are Not; Excelled. II .
!il Mta4th Thursday No. 1 I..,TU>na. tt'rdurlar, Feb Kth ExPRESS .
greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast L1VKOAK, rilAPTKR. Xo. I.I 0 E. H.- from 1 to 12 a. rat. I4 ;t.
MettsJud: and 4th TufsdayiAll >o." fort Omngp. Thursday .'e-h. IMI! 1 PGEPAiD
si'ice! the freeze. tnt la Masonic Hall from I'i to It: a. iu.No. .
Orange arena e
I l" Nrw HIJI%rna. Tu..xlar. ...b. :!:;.I.1 See that t your '
I y.ulo! from the choicest tin of tobacco that -- ---.--- --- from t to 5 p.nt.No. Specl'fy'contracts
grow the
peninsula .ii Oak Hill. W.diMxljKrl.. .. :tli h. ; ) I
i, of Florida and the Island of Cuba ran produce, and wrar- j Roses and Ornamental from.into tt: Tomoka.Mondnt.Ki-t 1:a. iii.No. .. l lh. from .

+! 4 p"'d l with !the rich, silky leaf g ron on I East: Coast plantations! 11 to 1:!a. m.o. .
the 3. > 13 ilfiuHN.Tut-xlar, Feb. :Sfct.!: from II' I I I I II
ciy of the
ar industry world has
; never produced better gwdg. to It a.m. SilEM-Mllffi .1

For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Vnicn Shrubbery. from No.II U to takvllrlrn.1 1 a.m. WnliKMlaj. .KcU. ;;w!1. I I

News Company on every train entering Florida. All the best varieties of inter bloom Iing p.No.m.IS Clifton )Iouw,!. : GOODS. VF11SFi 1 1 1 ..Itt"
''t tr
a Twenty sizes, styles and grades to select flom. gr-ted Roses adapted to Florida to No.S m.fttt.on, Myndny. Kl. lt. from :2 4 DllfvEREO f07 k
A also other ornamental plants, trees aDd No.17 1)blty.o. Wtxln..Mlar! Fri. .rl 1. fro''', Large stock at all times.
I TOR SALE BY ALL DE LERS. shrubbery All pants guaranteed t to 1p.m.No. .
Grounds and 1H Ho11cHII1.Tur.dasFrbl4thtrut
' prepared plant cared for
10 to 11
I Manufactured
le Plvrson.Tur' lay. F-I.. VI h. from S

' SW. ROWLEY. rLORiDA SAN MATEO J. B. H1NSKY, Sto4p.m to1p.Dl.No.J') HeabrwuTursduy. Kr >.let h.f row Bingham&MaleyCo.FURNITURE BLUM & COMPANY

D.L"1, FLA,January

i LLA&1AAL&L.&ALL&LALAhLtLAALLk&ALl -e a..u.1u.I. \111 South Rjdgewood arc, Daytona Tat \._nor.011'l/1lb.l1111.;bunt Wiuw.lrl 1.. UNDERTAKING Blue Ribbon Beer and Lewis 66hiske)'

t &ad for Prior I.Lt FLA."I .

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