The Daytona gazette=news

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The Daytona gazette=news
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Ormond gazette=news
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Daytona gazette news
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Ormond gazette news
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Place of Publication:
Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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February 20, 1909
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Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
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The Gazette-News of Daytona began publication in the 1890s and continued until January 26, 1901. On that date, it was succeeded by the Daytona Gazette-News, also known as the Ormond Gazette-News. This successor newspaper ceased publication in about 1922. Both papers covered news of traffic up and down the Florida coast. The St. Johns and Halifax River Railway, later renamed the Florida East Coast Railway, reached Daytona--present-day Daytona Beach--in 1886, a decade after the city had been incorporated. Daytona proved to be a new American city for the new American Century. With the railway’s arrival, Daytona’s proximity to the ocean made it a premier tourist destination. The history of racing in Daytona is also well documented, beginning with car races along the beach, followed by more organized races inland on oyster shell and later asphalt speedways. The newspapers also reported on the use of automobiles for stumping the state politically. Finally, researchers can find references to the activities of Florida transportation and tourism pioneer, Henry Flagler.
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Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Ceased in 1922?
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01. 20, No.; 39 doe Evcrrwhcrc. Reach All Claie Daytona, Florida, February O, ry 1909. B..t Ah.rtl.I.f Medina ta Diytoni .nd Vlelalt,.
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I I TOURISTS I I CITY HOTEL Open all tbeyear.
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j I UNK enF'>. I Ii I Orange Avenue, Daytona, Fla. 1I 1-

1 Trunks, Hags, Suit Cases. Telescoi, Tourist Straps, Trunk Straps! ELECTING
,i i :Shan I Straps, Name Tags! etc., just received, we have a complete J Ji I Fire Fiend Licked Up Big Hostelry Sunday I BELLS,

i ii : I HOT AND COLD "BATHS.i .
assortment of MaUincrovfrn<<] :Suit: (Casf* and Telescopes Also a I1Ion'lv

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tteM eMONeNNNItO Oe .o 03o. ..N I ;I.Ia Two Hundred Thousand IS I GKO. II. MATTHEWS, PROPRIETOR

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i Real GroceriesIt i,I THE MAGNOLIA

: big ClitrrnJou Hoti 1, s>o well andi who! always: rush into the thick nf the j!I Losses Are Far-reaching. i

I 1.1..1)i knuviii na the largest and one ol .fight rcpardlo of personal Fafc.t).. In I I i I C RIDGEWOOD AVCNUJt. F

I .. : the I..t <->|uipM-U livlHrirs outside of this instance were :ladies of "high de- 4 1 Many in the Daytona district sustain I : Larqc Rooms. Furnace !Heat. Electric Lights.

:: I has been our aim to establish : ll.c I Inglcr itctem nf bates" on the llast::
: CII31. was totally dos-trojed Sunday needed Major C.V.. irmu: of this reaching' much more so than appear j'j'I t i
here will
a grocery meet Upon the mere surface the Shantz : MRS. CELESTE HINKS
j: morning by a fire that Blurted a little side, orgHiiirt: a tCluad111I1| helped to Propritress.

, : with the popular wants of the : after 5:30 o'clock. blanket and sine buildings which otherwise electric plant lost about $000 in ..tltet+.....4...... ......... ......a11..NNN..1NF.h.i.a .

: people their U I The fire was discovered by the firM would have been reduced to ashes equipment not to mention service' for
} we study
:: and their needs and buy accor and second bakers, who were Just going Justice II. T.Titus, who is always a about their business. It originated in spicuous fire fighter, was on hand and lossesin C .

I : dingly. We are not overtaxed the coal bins under the big kitchen, and rendered telling assistanceA one way and another as u inevitablythe : THE MYRTLE MYRTLE AVENUE

I at first it seemed that the fire extinguishers case. J. D. Gates, the Chicago hat f Centrally Located.A .

I with expense and are enabled to would do the work, but at the Community Loss. man lost everything even to his pocket : Homelike Boarding House with all modern conveniences. i 4a

: sell at moderate prices., Give I critical moment there developed difficulty book, and had to borrow from his a Can accomodate more table boarders.

I in getting the water faucets to The destruction of The Clarendon is a friends While there was perhaps 80 :
:: us a trial for the coining month. I PRICES REASONABLE.
I 'ork. and although every elTort was community loss and will he felt by Day- per cent of the baggage saved there was .1
made, it became evident almost immediately tona, her merchants and other businessas much lost of a valuable character, inclu- MRS.\ C. KOST, Proprietress.

i S. W. CARROLL I that the situation could not be well as Seabreeze. It throws out of ding rare and costly jewels and keepsakes se. "t.-. #4N...1 ......****..*...A*********

controlled, and the alarm was given employment a large number who are the- I valued beyond price.

1 1 .. I through the building, and so well done pendent upon their daily wages, and are NN.NeeeSNN.............eNNMNONsN....__
I that; no lives were lost and no accidentsof far away from their northern homes. It Smoke Arched the Halifax. I I _
: The North Beach st Grocer. I I An E1l'gantlyppointet.l[ Small Hotel Two Blocks from Depot.
severeblow of
a to
- serious consequence reported, and the one our most progressive The slight wind of Sunday
I I guests saved considerable of their prop-; prominent citizens, Dr. E. I.. carried the thick black smoke to the | X AND SHADE TREES. s
I :: Telephone No. le.IISISIII R Potter and is from view I
erty. every west
causing a stately arch of smoke to | I f

.IIISI.I.I.I.I.I...I.I.1..0..0........I.1. Fire Bell Rang.As point. hang over the Halifax river. People I I THE! }ISLINGTON,
going to the fire from the Daytona side
soon as the fire was discovered, Dr. Potter Early on Scene. ,. J. PARKINSON, rRorarruB.
........ ..........................s.................: the alarm was turned in on the fire bell When the employes who were presentsaw of remarked the river about notice it.this phenomenon and I !; 18 South Ridgewood Ave., Daytona, Florida. I

.: J. B.' GARRISON :. at Daytona, and it was this bell thatawakened the fire creeping snake-like up the lee........................." ....................;.!
the inhabitants of the three
: : sj -i i 'I.I I"I f( I I rT I Tj/j 1 A close examination of electrical ; walls they turned on the electric bell on The Usual Vandalism.
'; It t towns generally to a knowledge of thefire.
I ____. work finished and charged for the tower and this awoke Dr. Pott..rwho
i : from this shop shows DOT squarely .. was sleeping in his cottage. lie The usual vandalism occurred. Many 1........N....$...........................:........

J rushed to the seer., and with the steward people, ordinarily law abiding citizens, t
and T
: honorably we transact our 2 It Could Have Been Worse. Accomodates Fifty.
j = business. Electrical repairs re- I Used the fire extinguisher and at onetime seem to leave all common decency be- : "THE PINES NEW HOUSE.

; i .rrive special attention. Those : As in the case of another recent fire at thought the fire was under control.It hind them when" a fire alarm is sounded All Conveniences.

a : who employ us never worry about : Seabreeze, the morning was very still, I [ made a fresh start, however and As at the the McLaren fire, Sunday witnessed I i Rates: $2.50 Per Day and Up. Special by the Month. 1
vandalism.. A
our charges, and they know before and it is owing to this fortuitous cir realizing that the hotel was doomed he was
made on the liquors stored in theCasino : An attractive house! with large and airy rooms hot and cold water te
that work- : cumstance that The Clarendon cottages directed the chief engineer to get: suchassistance through :a
s engaging ,
us our and house,sulphur or salt valer' baths,clectrtv light.farnaeebeat and
and other nearby properties were saved. as he could and get the guest a number were" stupified" by Home of the telephone* .l
will be the best. pleasant features
: manship i of-Th Pines-are lu wide Ttrandai and Its Roof J
1 The[ cottage on Ocean boulevard, occupied out, starting at the upper stories. )liquor Henry T. Titus took the situa- Carden, affording a One 1"1.of, the country, river and ocean
f by The Clarendon attachees as hairdressing tion in hand and compelled the return Pines"Is situated on ,South Rldigewood; the highest avenue In Dayton

9 i Daytona Electric Co. *. and manicure parlors was Origin of Fire a Mystery.No of most of the liquor. A considerable Rooms single oren suite, .lib or without private bath. .1-1"Tbe

I : saved by heroic effort, as its scorched'and quantity, however, was carried away OPEN FROM NOVEMBER TO
: _,T'TI_mEfi3 232 South Beach Street. : warped side walls testify. Had this one seems to have any definite idea and the drunkenness resulted. It has 15 MAY i. 1
of the origin of the fire. The flames tarn
........................ ....4......4................. burned it is hard to say where the destruction were discovered by the head baker and suggested that the mayors of the MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.
various towns
number of
of would have ended. deputize a '
property 338 South Ridgewood Avenue, 3 :
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to in
act of
The Clarendon Cft ino caved the I cases fire and prevent -
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bin. The watchman made hisusual .........
,, I t south; and the destruction of the Berry night much unwarranted vandalism. .............N...N........... ........
: rounds at 3-00: o'tUxk and there t'
N. ERICKSON : property some months ago, made a gap
1 I was no evidence of. fire. The only theory
1 in the row of buildings on the beach I that can be advanced as to the origin Though\; She Must Pay. i................................,4...t.....N....... ,
1 Cabinet MaKer. Wood Worker. : and doubtless Saved the ravages of the
1 & is spontaneous combut-tion. Many ludicrous well
as as pathetic incidents -

, Picture Frames, Door and Window Screens made to order. ; fire on the north. occurred One lady with a cooing i THE PROSPECT

ill Lurid and Awe-Inspiring. did Lady Bruised.One baby in her arms rushed up to a Sea )

Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. breeze business man and asked him to
aa of the injuries reported a< the South
-Looking down Ocean boulevard, it Ridgewood Avenue
take care of the infant. This he did and ,
tfJ*. *..*******..*..+*.*+* ************************* lurid and result of the fire was to a Mrs. Roberts
was a awe-inspiring sight& to ,when she
returned for the
t an elderly lady who was in a room in
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I the north wing of the Flru'turronr reached into her stocking, took out her Electric Lights, two blocks from
..................................................... fiercely devoured by the greedy Jlames. purse and offered him a quarter. The I
The dense smoke made a big blotch I the dining rc>om. Mrs. Roberts was business depot and postofKce. Garage on premises.
I R. D. TAYLOR Electrical Contractor : man very suavely declined the
t i the clear sunshine of fair I compelled to jump from the window ;
I against a "
"tip, much to the astonishment
Z of the
in .
I The boulevard and so doing suffered a bruised t''c.She
I morning was crowded lady who said, she she had ROOMS ONLY.
I $ House Wiring a Specialty. t with automobiles and vehicles of was helped to The Princess Isscna, "thought to
every "
for 3
in Florida.
II the nearest hotel to the fire, but she did pay everything

I : Dealer in Electrical Supplies of All Kinds. Fixtures, Shades, :: description by and the hundreds the people, a large were num-congregated : not register, her j place of residence, P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. :

: Xo. 8 DAYTONA FLA. : therefore Insurance In Conrad Agency.
unknown. Her
Lamps Orange avenue, ber, refugees from the hotel some of being injurj
IS! is serious. .+.+*.*.++..+....+..+e4....*.........+.++.+N.......
, ..................................................... whom had escaped with only their not Dr. Potter carried insurance in the

wearing apparel. Delivery wagons were Doctors in Demand. Conrad agency with a number of companies -
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tt *> *... c *,, .*+ + ++ ..**. .. plying in and out, removing the promiscuous to the amount of $64,000 on The .N.NN MO..eN W at N.NN tieN.
< piles of goods from the street. The local physicians were iri demand
Clarendon and to the amount of $17-
'1 I IB : Such wall the street bcene. Crossing to A number of the elderly guests sufferedfrom 000 THE CLEVELAND '
Lumber i on contents, a total insurance of
Company Glenview boulevard and to the ocean heart affections and required. the ,
SSl.OOO. The out-Jjmg dwellings and Magnolia Avenue, opposite 1'ost office
beach just north of where the Claren- attention of doctors. One negro sus-
buildings were damaged, were
ron' tained a broken shoulder caused by Rooms Only Steam Heat Gas
don stood an imposing building, a Sanitary Plumbing.
ROUGH AND DRESSED pretty well covered by insurance The
In LUMBER .... .... were trunks and goods taken from trunk falling on him.
Lighted to date.
total loss E\"t'n-tllill
PINe AND CYPRESS rr foots up approximately $203: ,' up
0111 the; beach cottages, in many cases the (>00. When you add to this the individual z
them. The Help Became Panic Stricken. Proprietor. ;E EN
owners standing guard over ,
aum losses of the and otherlosses
, Lath Shingles Flooring Ceiling Brick Lime guests
grass on the edge of the bluff was burning I The help were quartered in The lreak- ', this um is considerably in- ... .N.N..N. ...............ek .........
and Yard F'a.t ('Cal
and Cement in Stock. OQlre and charred bits of wood and cinders crexd.
hallway and Orange Avenue I ers, adjoining the Clarendon on the
were thickly spread on the board- I
:MIM.H-Rond Al III.Atlantic Toast Une Uy..lOOnjlle.south of Jacksonville. : walk and yards. While away out at seat north. When the flame burst out of Stores Were Busy. *************************** **************************
= : the north end they became p.nir-
.11. KaUmazno.on Sanford UrnucU cf the K. K.O.: H,. was very calm and the incoming surflapptrl tR i
urr. ; : stricken and many lost their heads Hut Several of the stores in Daytona THE HOWARD
t the beach merrily in nature's unheeding -
.- Phone 83 R. J. A1ALUY, Manager. of the wanton destruction closeat I For this much more would have been <>p<'ncd up Sunday morning to enable at

D" ...+..............*+....*...*...........++..*..**++.f hand. I sa\'l"d. In the excitement and distressof guests of the ill-fated hotel to clothe t Centrally located Volusia Avenue, the main avenue from the depot to *
- : the hour many: things transpired them!'elxes. Many ladies ordinarly appearing I the water front on the Halifax Kiv.'r. Three minutes walk to stores, post- :

. - -- - Extra Police Do Service. : which would have been ludicrous hadit on the streets in Parisian gowns : office churches, etc. The Howard i H aridly a first class house in every

.**..>..*..................*..... .*.+.........+.. Twelve extra police were called out, not been for the tragic surroundings. ind bedecked with diamonds, that k respect moderate price rHIi TABLb A SPECIALTY. Northern
One lady observed that she had saved morning visited; the various stores clad k cooking, the cuisine exceptionally good, the best the market affords Under
4 WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATINGPetting & and just as soon a* it became evident three! hat pins of all her worldly possessions : rely in night raiment with a cloak overit. k the direct supers icon of the J> "pritor.. The house has every modern convenience i
that the fire would be' confined to The
i i ; another tied up all her valuable Some ladies took time to put on : aod improvement. ibis l.irgeeraiid.i and pagoda and is surrounded -
| a Oah"anizt'tllron! Tank, a ITin HOllf; a Hot Air Furnair, Clarendon, a fire line was formed to protect .
jewelry carried it down stairs and, laying me stocking;; some were barefoot. by lawns and tn-v Is dry and well \entilated.
1I the still piled on the sidewalks
: or any of the other metal n el' ;siti'S required to complete a modern i ii as property far west on Ocean boulevard as i it upon a table, rushed back to laW a i For terms apply( to the proprietor.

I her clothinghen she returned the Heroic Acts Noticeable.The .
duelling, remember( that i iI The Seabreeze Sanitarium, and the curi- package was gone : JOHN C. HOWARD. I
i ious crowd was held back. The roof of following incident was related by a

- The Cherokee, borne of Mr. and Mrs. II. Help Lost Everything.Most Chas Hurgman to a News, representative ****....***.Y'FfttatfX .***..***.****.****.**..*.

- 5 5j I C. NASH a SON I i iI L. Kochersperger, caught from the cinders r : When the fire had over\ehe'lmeel

I DAYTONA. FLA. ,and wan in imminent danger of burning of the trouble encountered in the power plant, and thereby cut ofT the

I but for the heroic efforts of Mr. Gibson getting people out of the burning building water supply! the roaring flames flunghemehes

j guest of the Seaside Inn, Harry \ll"asII'ith the dining room girl?
the the
beat prepared to give and reliable service at fair prices. cottages
arc prompt Hartshorn of Daytona, and Mr. Knowlton Most r of these girls had everything the northeast tower and devoured them Fine Leather Seat

I General repair shop on Volusia Avenue, next to the Armory. i who climbed the roof and render owned in the world with them at th< .n few minute A strong wind blew 1.98

: ed timely assistance.Beginninga hotel and knowing that they would\ the tow' 'ting themes across GrandxiewiX c Dining Room Chair
,,5 .1 Phone 53. Out of town work solicited.
: practically destitute many of them tool and it became a question of but iI !

) N.NN.. ............NN... ...............eNNN. Brilliant Season.The long chance trying to get their belong few minutes when the building at the I Beautiful in dt ings out of the burning buildinc infusing : lorthwest corner of Ocean boulevard solid eat; Yo rt.i a lu.: d- ':e f' ,J,nJi.. I" h'J roi4b! (*t lima leather wit.
Clarendon was just beginning a box trams c nMrui.:, I ts, ,:11 .* 1-c nice: : i' w.b1e.only, because
OlZ. -- --- to heave their projHrtv, etch xould I in tlames. the '
season that promised to be most pros >e paint cl our immense ir r r: arm Z 1- s lur chair exilimrely. Iwnrai
out chair ct al k:. h : m. ,* that we can cwt mt the
when the fire was almost upon then. : 5 in si q:
had blackened, J sn.oke ascending
! an !! was .
at wholesale.You
perous. It is understood that"ery dealer' profit :1:1.1: i :U ckct: to you
CENTURY several or the girls had t.> be carriedout from roofs and win do.v sashes.: If run nn c1 an I. i w' t \-t i ,ur money back if ecerr chair h not
and 217
I MORETHAtU OlIARTgt] OFA room was engaged guests werein le l dollar In three
almost iHjdily, and >- emotes: a*s c ri 'nf. \'Jll nave a. one
many jum;
pOR thi building should take fire it would ,
the hotel. The hotel property alone and Et tHtvrau $ (: CJ's.: i lor dlOln :-room. parlor' ,btil-roora.
ed from the windows of the LJreakers. mean the destruction of the IL Sonn- porili kiu.nn: Imn. *''.rt'., eice.-and trrry other u.t'. from UK
We. Hove been -supplying the. had an estimatidalue of $:JOr,000. most elegant to the pianist. All tends et wood, c1dkrcnt: 1171(1.l'rr..1 .
) This does not include the loss of the sea I tag residence Dr l.. L. Potters fine C.t.Is.. ti'f'r I .'r.. i:in..1 "atah.ra. and ipn-l; rbrWfnM l lat! that
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needs Machinery asevs. Hotel Ormond to the Rescue. hr.. V A.!: ) 'I a a 'n. t IV m. mt f,v 11 the per K I',U y" rod vu
of home and wet of these .. .
son. It carried insurance in a numberof a prt tty cottage : r eery-La.r1 i u, ft. 4 f.r a t 4.y. It I Juuf (ire a ceqnett. .

fOil; We carry (do.Tg stof-Ko f companies but not sufficient to cover ''Fir.-t aid to the injured' cam from to the rear of these the fire would attacka FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORY Brldg and Menre St*., JackMtivlIU, na.r. .

PORTABLE AliOSTATOKAiY, Eitrt.lflESBOIL- the loss. house occupied by Clarendon employee -
)0 magnanimous ru.ond, who opined -
;, the large Clarendon garage and
v as,SaJil.lls, ollvWood Woki1\t! i>tLcllllterJ Many Acts of Heroism. their h-arU and their pur-e. The further on the extenstre stables recently .......*.....*..........* ....****..... ............,
all\ IJ\l fGas. hotel and her guest sent down two big 1 I .
3a"s of f KiniSiin Jlrl Sidney I
built, and purchased lit by
OUR GUARANTEE YliLl-TROTgCT_ Thug There were many acts of heroic daring automobile, poet haste, bringing loads I Promptly executed atGizette
mT[ f4 CATAt.6 f A.i TUMIMALSBY and exhibitions of unselfishness displayed ': llai,li. 1-: W. Greene, of Daytona
of clothing including dresses shoi'S.etc., Fine Job J b P !
COMPANY laW the danger, too, and called for | Printing
; on the part of many while the and $SOO in rash thegrnerou contribution :'', News Office.

w $ f"OR."T" $1; ATLANTA &A. fire was In progress. Men like C. A.Ballougri of that great hostelry and her tlt'lp. +

key the Burgman lays and others' guests. and it came in good time i '<>..Uo.ul on Fourth Puge" .......................... .................4444444..


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ir! Norman S. Dayton, -Lumber- =--Real Estate, f

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t I THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS SA. PSO\\ Titus of TOIL the Hoi y &3 tfti G tool Wm U that ONf mm mm m i
a point and starte-J <<"..L TV t*> to I WIlEN CO]i

4 PCIJLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY Oncccd were coca ted. bat Ie: r?'nits.
:. and the 30-foct nib were minted brk IN TSPRING

. i T. E. FTTZGERALD. Editor Sdf- onfessedcompliu In The until: the croviag aear Mr. Qifwc's :.
This Offer Should Be a Warsisi It P
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Daytona Postoffice
Robbery Mda gad Worn
: his gs:t and led ngtt: t* tke piaewher Every ---- -
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Gives Some Details. he: five th* staaip* w.r- pate in T.e re".paper: ard Eedical jonroali: ii
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ao r.f-inn
. ,i,L M ( INCORPORATED titan( re-en::> &.TC can: Ewi 13 say reiaavc; to ., j rid

:; I After t..s..n'':!>..If oily I e..ereht g ill cfrrccc There: are! many who hoot a: the idea a faaiows -'t cf er cat a mulicadollars ii----- f [FV.r. C. E. OWTI. Too Will

W r'.day i!> : for:: the: !:..t..t:. for a new srcr-arh
Second ChYatt '. of 5a=: Fsoc"s tiag: : atytakr: of a profccnal Tai :> .:.orire: tOO r "
.' Eatr.3 at the Posto5 st Daytcsi, Florida, a> : ,stof free tb DajtctA pcstofice g-en gn c va n 07. worrr suit ar.n' Tanre ]bLa
: i is the safe-crackie line wee! taiT: to wc-nr i:...ut -:.e cocitica: cf histocaoj ,'
: .icsdij, of lt week. Detmire others think he has toed a strai?=t etoriand He i..o-d: h.t dyspepsia lana icg, and wkfB von return tattle

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Cr*"-?*rJ id Cahoc returned to Jack i is pretty" c ver. ep rialy A the use f:..-:: b..i ta; "c.'e anti ia the rod itbecize Fall taul b*> tart 14ei that
It *"C'i;k Th'Z6yit; J.>b 5*=p- of high ex ItviTee. .rxurib- ,

f :4 Oae copT one year_._..-..____ ...._.. .. ,- --- .-.--------.- .-$1.33 iain H:, cusfwrur.e */'Te-t as a warsia j taethers. i -: !:-urd rosy trout IB the right h3II

:,, One!: ropy' six nsoathsOae ._ ___ ....._...._ ..,. ._. --. .......-.._. .___m. _-......... .75flffltmiGIOfHlSlSFItt sos -ato slaiits :t:* sae Lpiaeated j

I copy three: mooths.__._ ._- ...- --...-.----.-.---.---._-.-. .. .. ".- ..ieit ejhb.j .IB\ UK' flERE PRf\lOrSLl.\ I: C-!-c mlj *inir, .ita drtpcptia Ytsrr. rr KPtill.iT. ,
t H t It has b-o tbJihrd Cat Sampson f.r a f'T iii i g've everrtiig heGala

Ltd a pal tas ed Brtca escaped from for a"new tK.aucit.l C. E. oRT
tl SATURDAY. FEBRUARY" !O, 1909 k It It t cjvysal absorzalstate '
l ptpkU > by aa ,
the Mil.-evllie Peon Farm of Gear 'rmand 5dMIuI.
of ;:e &*.'... ;- gii. on ti* 13li c* Us J&scarr, where Believed This Same Bunch. Operated t eoicst. taw ;. The absence cf this

If [\ LOOKS BIO FOX I.HIOMII' they were bolt strvisj: kas-ti=e sea: c.--9-s:>>-e tic '--1k7 on "fac fabric faiii*.
\ Mere Last Winter. Getting -
T.ks -- --
; teLees for b.a-y! cd :t.bk-; ;.:,. : li: j ;>". ct :o &gent fad -
I: We are BJ* i ,e ;., !>;&PP;\ the mosiege
t R R >. ; Acccrdir:; to eon i story he Sparklers.Did ..jxat- toe:>:- Ie tie gastric: : ;oice >>eG t0 @ii {
j OBILE TOll\\Ml'l.\ "
AUTO Barton. aether red "Esd !
TfgyraM ee .. their t".dc! *:: J pv acr inii tj IT.tit U( ;
F Rumors Of The Treatment Of and a foc-h. new ::. =bcr of the tar s. 5aaipa and his ring :f yefaiea !:.>t" 2d +.- C.l i **, : J. B. CO>**UMERCHANTS F.f .AD : -f

'.. rk kE !hcri3e does act bow. operate & Dajtcca Last winter yte k--T r-at eiill Pvspepsia TaV 1 iu, "Pm. .salty
: Simpson
I ; A Ward Results In His This i* a questJoa that Say Cave aa affrtaathe fee, s 1 ..... ;:;,.,.'t rid perwneet:a cared
y Classes Distances did tie postc-Scw' job.iVfiroity aa"t... tie r4dec .'-dc i S..i.: geaioaanddi.
1. The =Numbers. : BANK
Arrest. twoc :peoe: was broc hrto ...... i
of JW". shields was enters: last sea OB. i
:. Purses-Ail Important Information Daytcca ia the custody cf Detectives 'c-n:7 a tJ *-y ties: ar"d wiT.: rerararoar ,
For =* tin it hu been: russcrdtiit Crawford sad Cahoco, accozpaied by and< severs! thou aad dollars' worth of :-:v-t if era ire tt more than BKA3CB 0."QL..A Cor TT bas=

Given. A. E. Mason *s old rwidrtt of tti I DocaeDyaad
FostoScr :!fwtors Gr$7ry. ,

Ectry Mack have la prepared for settka sd no.livi:g s short distancejathww 8-0"'::. the purpctt cf the visit being pi..t'. character: "erarrested.! and a.L'. cjta. thai a: our ,:ore, ere .. .. . .. .. ';.lw .
.: : c>f the cite wan IB th* tab they answer the rcripuoc of Barton / ,

tom who ill ester any of the races at of till-treat."g little < pi u girl *fco ; *s irvof' to)... locate the iS.VJO s. peo3 and "Red." 6artl.lll'l -. r ftavtoaa. Fa. Far per cent interest t. pai.? on Satinps accounts and Time CPTf 5:
The worth of hich were "luttd"whet
'itoritb.k tAuraaraect. inept I
the bfg & !has been a member: : cf Lz* fazily I f.r ;several SixrrJf E. L Szuth. who! w a* th<:1 :.amts Depteitr; u"Mice lequimi f I, r withdrawals.
I faBowiag is the official list cf eveaU: the &A.'e in the Daytcca pcx' >iee NOTICE TO 0'-RESIDE"sT.
city rursta!. cade thoa and ia
t. s
Xo 1- Florida Stock Car Price Claw years.Ncstrocs sat opc:td.ache' : .j, I" <'l .rrtT !.Vr --*-\-ntj> J41'tr. Boxes For Rent.
eoaBpUicts: sere kxig-d telepfccce; crevervition over the fine cult .,: Fxtrfcim. and P V..... .;a i u, :.TIN Safe Deposit b'aGIJo'
:U) ffi3es- Cass E--Cars iistiag 'oired"i
e.teient'y liquor .
with J-iitie* H T. 11tbldl caused from DeLaad Tbur-day serif!! smithsari :
at f3 aaJ: un.: Class D.--Carshstitgat for Mr. MAJOC'Sirrwt ;ampsua 1:5: tskatiTe: ad rtit ia de- .'La-Dj. tart ......oa COO..
Lin to is-* a .ST it the thre are-ted w winter v. .oink TV r:i-tc--r:.
ll, OOto fl.750. CI < C.-- tat the Daytoaa lOb. He the four IM
't. Oft thf stage of :o.?.*:ult cd w:- say ai-ser the dvseriptica of hoe three tars. Low a rTok
: Cars listing at 11,..>1 to $.'.*50. CUss caze to Ds toc.&. ard durtr: their star .ILLL'.. i...Orarha :-
tery. i=d te: was brocjht before J: tice crocks etppased to hate cracked the .re oo.t. :
B Cars lit J at t"!,451 to W.750. toci teL m-s ls at MUls'aad Mace Ilhaa of,'. 51 r'yWrt V aJlptOo. :3.
I! .. Tit'*5 wedreeday mo: :i:!z. p'"! t2 Wee safe Ut w-*k. Onbad oat -ptaaDt. bo-ro-.D a.t .10-t ,Ui 111
: C'C&.. listiag at J3.75I std upward Jod? J Let McCrr-rr: of the Probate c.: hard oi. cae had a very red fare. sad liter jfav< Apn'ulit..lL'' A. I'.: =e ub uf :>-ruroHI II4Lo" : .. ..;........ . ... ...... ...............
lt prize ia eACh eis$. >Jw) ; Tlla..ucui. < :: n.- 1* !too..ty
Ccart. va cr-sttt to tear the test The q-irtrt deciifd. Cler a thoroughiivsuzaticc the: third a.i wtrs the d*? ri| tifi ofSa ,J,-. :....-'i ".. tar trsyaprr :a .Iu..b this:
cah or plate: Z ad. Biter shied; 3rd. : Go to J
Mao : of the oi5c aa aocy, tich s* so :roc4 a-t =.pscc to a dot Barua.: ; ebief of the ...., .. '
$50.Xo. .1
medal. Entry fie each class. i-- ;;-
gold: Jastk Tit st t1;red trjs to crack the safe early ia the D !dt.Acccrdiajiy. .. ... I
:: that sa once yrf _ao gang tai but one Iliad N :: + QI'. !hs. l :arid : .IIft. tiisiMh'
f :!. Rtoa Lrtplaermtot: Class : aad Barton 1. ., t. .:... ,. 1._ ;
I the little zirl over to J a dze McCrorj to S2pea west : .
.-a. ;I' J
f When! the arret wa aide wiiA: .r A- krtt.5" .r& I
i fit nilea. Class F.-230 ccbic
P.aoe. be pZefJ i is oa a crpt 2 ."e aid bourdMi.oo ca! parrel one down Mi; c-Ji* arenue.: B !l. .. a ':'."' J"\lUty ,' r&. i CONRAD GROCERY CO. '
the; authorities had so direst e idect Frnv..saL .
iacbesfor eiampfe: up to 4Jach tare :- a VTfc
over is $1CO rand to appei r at the other ca!: this time it :. r : i :
the ''''' :
and raid
4J ttroke. Class G.-Brtweea 230 Cod trio discharged! any to U
. ) would bike hero haxardouafor -- --- --- -
the next tens: cf the Cri:iris Court extreoeiy .
t acore ca. Ex-Sh: ? Tira r w here
, 3.JO cubic iachs (for esamol. up tt4- The ,itt 6rt were l loath to itflJj ia nay ore lo f, *-. t the pcioc5 inch bore stroke 10 per eect- greater a: the tiaie. acd tars out shenfSmith's ( : ,
thorot h nstien bet co cce shoved tp. It was nowRd4
the Cije. but a eta
Class H.-Between 320 sad 4ciO cubic dcscriptxi of the tarte. II:. I HOLLY HILL 1 to go on your
turaHe :
aid the uakaowap
+i vropd! the fat teat the :atkt..1 girl) .
i iaehrs. (for example up to 5-iach bore. been bnit2r miipptd aid ctieris : ; *: a cUi-h for the door en the! 3hieLds cd James L.vsci too, the sop- )1 : Toasted Corn Flakes Post Toasties "I
J..: stroke 10 eentrester Class I- erntendent: of his ornate grove*. <:*occrrcbcrate ,
per north lade, the: Maj* iia ectraaee. AsiVtoa .. ,
11 erwilr abided. x> F-b. f -E. A. Richard* ;left on M'jc- ,

Above 4AO cubic inches, !sal above CasH The ;ta. Marian Louie (Primfard i* : t'y-they hd !such keys that! the descnption.A diV for uriaado, rturniaz: today. ; : Puffed Rice Wheat Berries ;
each clL J200 the the List
liaut.; lit prize ia : tia e of : arrest winter ,
only 13 years cf ar! sad has been withthe would sort searly say:: known lock- Mr Wiiliaau-8 from Eldora. arrived i '
I cash or pate: 2nd sad 3rd. gold and the! gang were takicg: their meals at a
Misosj for About ve yrs Si* had: prv cJf ba food to tmtock Tuiay.. havioz b--a called l here en ,' : Triscuit all at lOc each. '
: diver med 1. Entry fee each cluJ. 50. aegro restaurant in Midway\ sad pr-. ,
this d--,r -i"pbtd tis brace and a.rounti the .!! of her I j' i
S;>pra--s to bc hil t, 'U ry dispceitkfd tors i i.t er Mrs.
A special prize of $250, ia ciA or girl sad couki cot hire her del bit while the uakaowa stood guard tended to be selling articles of dUTct tl1M. Wet:..r-.-L : S.V.. Biscuit and Quaker Oatmeal. 2 for 25<'. :
the driver sbo producer the kinds from hose bouJ R
plate, to to
tt at tirs takt from Maxsa's coc- _:..oi iz: hand Saxpeca and Bartoa lira aad Mr*. L H. Tykr Detroit : Cream of Wheat Ka] Food
best rrsulU in bc-th this race aid ia tke Turner -1103.1 then Sheriff had along >tun Breakfast or
: troLJud kec taj: a sharp eye >*: soaie belated Mich., uncle and aunt of T. G. Taylor '
price clav race coaibiaed.Xo talk with the bunch, and c>ate to : Petit John at I5c each.
e McCrrry *t:wed to F>LacdWftizesday atiiia should appear upon the s ce.Tte were amoog the uafortaoate at the 1 1Clarendoa .
3. Miaaeapoli* Tropy Rare, 1 a-'ttniooo, ts ikj M&rk Day v.oopeiicL; l Yegj did a lun. Having: been recf&tt : Kuniford Powder ron *
I nxZey far the $2 OO) MitseapoRs Trophy.: es: quick: -b.a ad t:- zude their i exst crooks, bet having ao evidence Baking 1 pound 25c. '.._
r with Lira.:: s:d *:il f4are her ia the Ep : J- arr.yas, their trunk had: not beencarried .

1 lit prize. Lit>) cash or pate; and, $150cash worth! Lei ce Ira. at Eait-rf.ris if posl 's- f.iai the p<( :o:5-e oa achedae tia..e, Ud them to leave the county ,.i Nut over, but ttey !ot their hand I : The ,
U.te3d.. $-X cash. driay. The a t.orft"it!: quite:: <<:- Conrad Grocery Company .
Sfwci&l :
: or : +f, cr at Aredi.. croxi&g M3 aoi_ avea".i'r aid paosiagbrffceec bazi aDd a mach valued Kosaie !jeweL J :-
KO niiie withia tan n the time that ta! three knewscsiethiag I .
j .; prize if winner covers Xo bye: attaches to Mrs. Mason l be- the Cestra; <>:*:ace and the < They Wt for &t. Augustine, Monday.
I i oce hour Entry fee 150. Preset Peck-Headncks; :: of the Melds robbery, bat Iii : .l::. T. CoDraJ % Cs.. old stand r
yoad tLat of a. tow;.? t tLIfg! iixirto store, cce: ca.-rycj the ) :>tt fetter wLo nas been vi bating | .

: f boiler cf trophy The hich like ?o vitlout cor3.p3S.t.; -pvitcce each box the other hi s anu- the evidence *as Lacking.Barwn : Mrs Bex"k! returned to her home at : .. ... .. .......... ........ . .........N111i .

the Mercedes, and Naptrr. has: won it '1 Ia and Sa:r. were sot sent to
k ; Mrlajoc cei.J! es erseJty: ia: his treat- kai cf itcr; the rear of DuaaBrcthers' pscc ChatLuocza on Monday. :
I r j c@ee. It laust U- son evict to become the M3l.i!"iile Priscc: Farm until
Itao1.3 prevjouslj sarraVedia =one -.
a>ei.t of the little: girl aid te was Mr a..GlrsPtm.. Nash look. dinner

; the property of the wiauei a&t- rieeci- ooly idaaiaisteriiz: proper eorreetioa for theGazette-Nezs. they er> iet; : t.=.e l last summer, so they cou.! have wk Mrs Merit!, Tuesday rvenicg. *, t

i warily: m tuetft ijo tr
Xo. 4 Two-niile-a-aaaute: prod trial of the: ej* the further tesI threw the: box is aa empty" trrei.Thes&feuas ; J. ](. E. Drake A Boston stooroi over !

Crown ILace.VL. to receive the I tkaoty that Till UoJrrtd.. tai the: fast cot bkia a* generally; one iy"a.&i kith Mac Daveoport. I

GoLl Speed'Crowa, and $300 ca.-h or''' that it *ill go more into drtai! say supf: oeed but after the hole was. bored A Bridt -Whist P3rt.. A H. Carter. entertained. : few friends THE STANDARD OIL COMPANI

plate; 2ad.$150; 3rd. $-5O. Wiaaer' piir Mr. Mi.-en ia i a better ti'at tt&a "Red." who ia i aa expert aachiaist.maaipulated :: Mrs A. B. foster gave a whist party ',ft Friday eve&uu. .

mast t'f.U1120 ztxie s aa hour: Fury: : does this prrijajisirr h&rir t. toe lock and thoee who: and: luncheon' Tuesday a/ttraowc at her Mrs lHtr....port ?Uf"1 partyWednediy ..

1 i f-. I ML Present bolder of tw>mik j saw the: safe next morning ccr beautiful Ridgewood :aoroo ia honor f>f i I t'"tIIlD;.

I l record, Victor Pemogeut. Darracq. wU ;for t e taad S.K. +eVr5t'-ranges, ;1 1go roborate thaws statezeor. The laoceyI her guest Mrs. Wilaxct.O of Ceveand; Chad. R. Simowb' in expected on Fri. i will deliver gasoline without ::

I ". covered the to oik-sin 19it in SN 45Xo. oat to tae! Segui Grove two miles I and stamps secured and the heave !stee and Mrs &-ne of M""' a *p>-.>isAbout day for a visit with her father. G W. .

j EAb. box sooth of the P. 0.. RidiewooJ i any charge for delivery atany p
T ; Volusia 'ka. for the
I ]i I avenue where they cootiaued enjoyed a ;' saat rivalry pr.rxs
5 Oae aule, best two ia ttrer art
;; west to the railroad ud then sent a: brige whiit. w'ch3.: .;: .J :is Ms. I -> '. .E;: \: L',-:-TheAdamS hantz
beats, record rise* fur tie Sir Thomas: j
+t IXwar00 trophy, to k gives outright l:' EPISCOPAL CHURCHES. north to a point about three-fourthj: of A. HiUiard: eC"rl:1$ ;;rt .:; j Mr E T Ya: :.. Lareceive1. a full;! sapply i point in Daytona Sea Q.

; a zuJe south of the Hotly Hill stattoa. Mrrili the s-coad pru- : f r. a:3IIj9.:;
j with S250 cash or plate to the i ii
j j t Mary's, D.ytcns-Serviee aideeraacn
', i here!: they turned o2 and followed '
: winner; $150 to the 2ad sad I X> it the i I 11.(.) a. :n.. evtaisg: prier and ; ---- breeze, Daytona Beach Or- 1 1i

; 3rd. Prefect bokkr of trophy Fr d ]i sermon ;.30 m. :I into a tract of hammock ovred ....>... >. .........>........11.*.<................. ,
Marriott iai:>e record 2s 1.> seconds. !1 Special i: music by \cited safe:; cboir at | by Pa Cliftoa. Under palmetto fine i mond or Port ,
I ; they buried the stamps a: the foot uf a Orange. Quality
Entry f S30.Xo. .
4 tump: then :rtturauig to the ra]road I I

f 6. hitrnau cal Free f"rU I Grace church.: Port Oraage.Sr\ice.!' track the cash was dhided, eaaipeoo Day Electric Current i and quantity altered ,
sad 2. seamen : ai. .
; Pare 1,5 aad 10 miles, bat two in I p. ; getting iX>. which Barton, who s.ea, d

i three. lit prize, S3uO cash or plate: Ztad.J Grace church New 5m\m1.-Hoh'. ; to toe the l leader of the!: gang, told hen Call l Office Phone

J $150 cash or plate; 3rd $75. Entry fee, i i jCouuaioa: 9 a. m ; service sad sermon ': was his ju.e. The gar then ret'ire edj i : 12S r

oa j jXo. 4pm. 1 1i j j i to Daytona and l left for Jackx>avUII :;. I Will be turned on I Mills Transfer: 77Warehoue ,
!i All: seats free at all 5P-r.Kt-i. Everybody :! .
I 7. Southern Price aid Ih rse- I I Thursday. .

I power Handicap, 5 miles! open only to wtkoae. !| It traiipr that there mere about December I 1. 1908. :. : 60 -

residents of Southern ::ales. Prizes, j; II 000 worth of one: cent stamps finder : Kerosene Oil Delivered: by Tank: \\"agoI

I I gold and silver t\e:\
f t I Xo. 3. Vaaderbilt Cup Cooipttitors'Rac :: I Th!ealy rcAsco they were cot ia thecane This will give the -itizrn of Daywma) I : Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils :
The Palmetto: Club Tea
was given by is that! there
; open to all cars iu pat V&cderbit: was no room imde for f
I Races 50 miles. and the CaVndar Cocamittt, Mrs. Ida: L. th'sra. This eaabkd the o to Seabreeze: and 1'aytuna' Beach an opportunity .. ... t
Cup Trophy $4W I ce re- ................
i : Mrs. Harriet C. .8..4..e st
l ; I cash to winner: 2nd, $!30; 3rd. $100. :! Mrs curiae\ business text :nt>f"li:. ,. .
: f Entry fee, s.5Y t be four starters.Xo. :.: BtUebbvu Hayie Mrs. Miriam E. The story c-f diLl a aa automobile! to operate :
Clark tad Mrs. Florence H. Marsh at when the -I {
9. Oae-MiJe Gold Medal Pace divr'"doped, Saipeca

teat two in three, open only to entrants the Chib. runes, Thursday aftraooa.Mrs. now says refers to another tize.: He uf Electric Fans Flat Irons .'\.lachlneand I
Roioalae Mrs. Ida L
: ia events Xos. 1 and: 2. Silver sad Downicg. os.tive ia .his statements that the OUR 1 }
Xi\er sad Mrs Florence Marsh ire the ;j gang wa.:;ked" to Holly Hill. CARDINAL I PRINCIPLES: I
bronze medals for 2ad and 3rd ia each I
receiving <<.mcitetIrs. -. | WedzeA led motors of various. kind The
r! *s.. Entry fee $Jt) : Saxps a the ocers to operating -
} Mary B. Foote aad Mrs. Caroiice
the he claimed
place .
i Xo. 10. Motorcycle Marathon. 100 A. D. vugsrt presided at the refresh-:: 1 stamps were of motor.. by electricity: is clean I
"plaated. but: they could: act be fouad.; ABSOLUTE '
nJk. two tI.tsM3, 30-50 aria 61 cubic: SAFElY IBS art'd b I
merit Ubte: aasiUd by wrveral of the
inches, piton disp-laceaient. F. A. M yousgtTclub members and the Misses the uppositk: that 5aa>p9 a and economical.: A>.k u-s ai>out the c st. ,
either !kt his; his
bearings: or pals I'I
; ruks. Prizes got
gold, silver asd bronze HartV.Mrs. :
m da!.. Entry f Lx there ar!t :and got the! stickers.aioGgtia Capital -

s i Xo. 11. Oae-bour End4ey, a Blest of the Ho ard knowini; i:rip icon Bent for 1lUXJ I
t added: much pk-a ure to the afttraooaby Adam Scliantz Electric t Plant
[ rae, to teat the Brooklaads: Eizlaad, eto be jnetitasaye he prefers Light Surplus r 5250,000
her beauuful
of 0 ThouYouth"
wr;icg the Federal
r track recc-rd of 67 mile, .653 y.rds.sta&dag W prison to the coauctckaap ,
Iidr0U5 -Abt, withiobn: *. and irrsts that he is : I Stockholders
start, two clangs sane xi telizj the: Liability $1(0,000CONSERVATISM )
ctuzato t by WIlL E. BJO ioIt. &CCOB- iretb.From, I I

above. F. A. M. rules. SJver shwid) to parried by Mrs: WUUuaM. For aa eacore his talk Wedae r t: nu ht be E. L. (it : N. is- : .. M : Actual >ecurity to detHjiiors
list; bronze shield to 2ad. Entry fee, $.i. < ;{
charmed her a'Jdkln'ith "A judged that he was a lackey for the I.lO.

I { Xo. 12. A=roj+Uae speed trials for Cradle 50::'.." by: Kate Vaitah. aid seatr&Ur did the blwig ,gang htasectso .... ... ....................._.....,........s.. .. ..N NOTE-Tbis I
31JtJ cash prizes O& red by CQrtla.ldr : -- : Bank is =Number One the P.cU rl f
One of the feature of the aftt-racK : h* be well OD
Bishop l. Presidect Aero Club of : ry. aj posted Ca'soup" -

: America, Ernest La Rue Jones. editor was a guessiag contest A nuabtrof a term vaicb >egjaiea usef
the member havirg their earlier pfcoto- hzh: exPk ices. He is a h hciaaabooze = I sited States; -1f I
Aeroaautics. and the Florida :
: Beatti :i-- 3J1tODer eicLt kutximi X s .
; rA-C--A-c.: auto
t Race management ''graphs. Th prize '3..5on by Mrs. artist and was geaeraliy: sat ded NEW Wall, taper v J1 t4 1 \ r> to- iankt

Xo. 13. Invitation Match Race, Geo. !I Huston. with whatever share of the spuiia Bar. cfsuJroomnatoui! : :j- t .5.Ii"t.'t":: I ..W_ ":',:.j.' J

f Robertaoa. Lewis :tra y.. Herbert Ljte! ; The: foregoing is a brief outibe of one. too saw St to givv hi providing fie got tractive cheerful borne. :R" R ;' f a w _.. ; = '

Ralph! De PaJma. aad other acted drip of the! moet pleasant! aid in' vibe: 01 whisky. We puce! at your door ;4 Za.s c t'; .-3 i,. ,.-u a t"
the Pate The: ...Sctrs place cc-aadeace' ia hj the po ikge ol telcc- T ; s-c-- -T pr.cet:asj ccio/ I I
Club f ,
Sr. Parse, $lCfX)> coid. Must be three! ttto: evetts of the season.Manager Does from lie largest \?: t s "ti I t .
story, ; ] for the :: j. r.a.e *; ?
pricpiy rea"oa that n. isi1 PAL l'aad1Do5U&ricJ Proven bvSIUARE
.. our .
atoc t. -.z.:i 'T -JessiMmw. amour ,; n
Xo. 14. Motorc>ce Speed Trial, kil- erythiag he told then about the job of the South. .I.;: :'0 C J ::c- I. reI'ut.r '

omeUr, n..ik&rid 10 naZes.Xo. Hobi-s: LAS kad a Cc-a-; the gang ia Jacksoaviile had; t.ff:1'en.. lib hf JzJ .!-4i" ":f1: Ih t14 1 It'i" DEALING _

I.>. Bicycle Races sad Trials.Xo. : o'er Cabinet Grand h, k5ist; at the fed, sad the story he teJls: about the 4 5> .
LajtoLa job is alJ l borne out with the Ask
16 to :22. Aaiateur and peahen Grand Musical act of Meaobaa A : .., s< BALFE-CONROY" COMPANY ocr patroos. i

sional strath way bicjc! chaapknskips :'-htehin.. Miss Ob tiVilhaurne.piastt. txceptk-a of locating the !
5&Iopron:: nays when the left the : COURTEOUS TREATMENT :
under the! saiction of the X. C. A. gang --- .
Jocal poetoWce they each tied haa Jktrcfcitf ---
I, t nJe. iUetntUr and mite .

i Cash prizes to prohs.ioass' and tr.race.-iiU* ---- around each ankle: saturated with 'i ] . . . Open an 3<<. Tint v. -rh n. sr-1 la ,. ;;:n '. n n!..- it -
LOST. oil of mustard, *o that: bounds ctuJd not
to axateurs. $1.000 in prizes $15o ; I
follow them. <
I cash extra for the!: fastest mile. Mile *A lady's plain cold wak-h.; eluded lasuact seems to be a great faculty Daytona Ice Company

motor Faced bicycle record trials. case with diamond FIRST NA
setting ia back
with; this bronzed rat-like criminal '
Price; SI 00 first pr?&t for each profs coier. Owner nAme ia inside oi he g-es by landmarks almoet tnt ly.1' : PURE ICE TION.LNK'.1

i sional race, $>(0 to aeco&d, $25 to third. back. Finder please return to lrt.iooth '

I Fury fee amateurs Jl.CO. Prof iaMoaale : Ridffewood avenue and He elated that the gang! passed a ra.iJt Made from Distilled Water. ST. ] I
: re- rod ctatioa on their to hide I AUGUSTINE
way {/
$ .oo. et-iye reward. Factory corner Railroad and Volnaa}
I : I 61w: _1 i l loot and u.e oncers cc&cludicg it to thej I O . . . .a' nDe. Ii c


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The hearts of the F, E. C. Il'y ,I Dr. IL 1C. Dubois was a Daytona ..... ....................... ............ ... ...+: I 1 1 1 ilYoi7iiiVCCB' .

employees were gladdened Monday visitor from Port Orange Wednes'd -

by the monthly visit of the pay y. Seabreeze ml Beach
i Daytona
train. I Miss Bertha Clark of New YOlk iii iiii. JOE OSBORNE

II. Munroe has returned who Las been at Daytona
George City Af
MRS. H. BERNARD, Editor. ,
from a few days of fishing and hunt- Beach for some time, is now stop- i. : : .il:

$T 41 ing over on Lake Apopka Orange ping at The Riverside on North .?.TY..?.?. ? .a-_- .VTVVVV VV '......./ HDAYTONA?".......&..&..&..........&.....&...&.............. I

9 county. Beach street. I SEABREEZE, Feb. IS;Mis ,tE.,. I II BEACA-Feb. IS-Mrs. \

Mrs. Peter Ladas and children The afternoon train from the I I Brown of Daytona was \'iitinJP'*I II Caroline Macomber, of Minneapolis Sanitary Plumbing Heating and

Make our store your store. New, who have been here with Mr. Ladas south Wednesday brought many I I i I Seabreeze High School and Cll1in: ;,W1 Minn., who spent some time at Sea- ,
catchy up-to-the-minute goods coming friends on Valley street yesterday after- breeze, returned this week from a visit ij .
returned Jack- j
for several days to passengers for Daytona by far the I),'
in daily. Prices are and always sonville Monday afternoon. largest number from down the coast noon. to Palm Beach and Miami and is visiting -
have: been right. Reference, any- of this The improvements being made on R. at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Reedon
points previous day:
}body. L. H. HOWE Co, $Collars]) 2 cents, all style of shirts any C. Manfield's cottage, on Valley street the river front. Ventilating.Complete .

e{ The Jewelers. 10 cents, with work left and called year are completed, including painting: and Mrs. Stanley Roberts left yesterdayon

for at Daytona Steam Laundry tf The ladies of the Christian ceme->t front walk, and It is now a very the Constitution for a few days visitat --r
Austin D. Gates, a student of Rol church will entertain at the Palmetto attractive winter home. The lot contains Rockledge. 3

lins College, who was the guest of Miss Lillian Bingham who returned Club Tuesday Feb. 23: from 3 to a large Dumber of fine orange and Mr. Ilusett. wife and tw) children 1 Gas Plants Installed.

Col. C. M. Bingham several days from Winter Park last week, 10 Xo admission, musical pro- grapefruit trees, which are still hanging arrived from Cincinnati, Ohio and are il

J last week, returned to Winter Park, will remain at home, having finishedthe gram, bazaar, home made candies, with the golden fruit alt ho' the blossomsof guests at The Pinehurst. !

Saturday. course at Rollins College. supper, cream and cake.' a new season! are beginning to put Mr. and Mrs. Keller recent arrival, Plumbing and Heating Supplies. t

forth. Mr. Mansfield's family consuls! are located in the Van Valzah: building.
Fott REST-Furnished cottage.Dr. Laurence Thompson, of the firm Mrs. J. J. Built on and daughter. of his wife and daughter, Mrs.l Woodward I Mrs. Albert Todd has had her home Brass and Galv. Pipe and Fittings.
P. R. Bennett tf of & returned Miss Mabel, of Chicago who have
Bingham Thompson, and her young son, and hdrcafter wired and the electric lights installed !
Mr. anl Mrs. J. B. Poor, of Tops- Saturday from Havana Cuba, where I been with Mr and Mrs( C. 11. Birch I they expect to spend their winters regularly Mrs. T. E. Robinson, who has had

field. Mass., recent guests of Mr he had been visiting his son, L H. wood since i their arrival, are now at Seabreeze. Mr. Mansfield is a rooms with :Mrs. E. A. Branch for sever -

and Mrs. Wm. Hall on North Beach Thompson stopping' with Mr. and Mrs. Lew prominent business man of Winchester, .I months, leaves Saturday with her Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps.t

street have returned to their winter Guy S. Brown, wife and son. from Smith, on Volusia avenue.A Ky.M. daughter, Opal, for home her at Rock- I

i home at Maitland.The Central Lake, Mich., arrived Monday party of four consisting of Dr. L. Waggoner I left Saturday for falls. She will be accompanied by her Niagara Hydraulic Rams.

Auxiliary Board of the'Color- and are visiting Mr. Brown's T. N. Boyle, Mrs. K. G. Miller, Miss Evansville: Ind., and expects to be gonea step-son, G. L. Robinson, who has been 1

ed Industrial school will hold mother, Mrs. George F Brown, of lUst and James Smith left Mondayfor week or ten days. spending the winter at Daytona. Ireland Pipe Wrenches.
a reception -
s at the school March 10th) North Ridgewood avenue. a visit to Havana, Cuba. They Lumber is on the ground for the erection -I The Jubilee Musicians from the colored t i

from 3 to 5 when the institutionwill will also make stops j at Miami and of a bungalow for Mr. t'eb elho'r on Industrial School,-Daytona, entertained t
oI-\'R REST OR SALE-Furnished Palm Beach on the return trip. the lot purchased by him near the Coun- at the Seaside Ion last evening.The .
be for inspection to all in
i open cottage 107 Orange avenue L. D. try Club house some weeks ago. It is rush of the season U beginning to

terested.Dr. Pitcher\ next door east. tf Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adler gave a understood that Mr Uebelhoer will build be realized by all the hotels on the peninsula I JOE OSBORNE; The Plumber

Houghton, dentist t. west end dinner party Tuesday to their something quite artistic in the way of a I and business is quite brisk. THe ,

.t South Bridge. Peck block phone 32:? The boatswain at the Halifax friends from New York. Count permanent winter home. following arrivals were noted at the Seaside ,.

River Yacht Club was busy Monday Lovemark, Mrs Wilkens, Tax Com- Mrs. S. S. Jones has recently received : Inn yesterday: J. B. locker Jr.,

Henry Van Dorn who spent lastwi morning painting signs with which : missioner Gen D. Kallenberg and ;\ fine lot of citrus fruit trees from the I Brooklyn X. Y.; A. S. Smith, Evans 1 Phone 96. II Orange Avenue.

ek at his home on Volusia avenue t',> mark the channels in the river wife, who are guests of the Ivy Ocklawaha nursery, among them the vine! Ind ; Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Pratt,

; left again. Saturday, for Big Pine between here and the lighthouse.. Lane Inn. Ruby, Conner and the Hart's Late, also Toronto, Canada; Mrs. F. E. Chapman, m I 11..0 oa '

11&1 Key, where he is engaged drillingan The signs read: "II. R. Y. C. Mrs Wm. Wit-kin*.; and daughter, a few peach trees They were set on a Michigan.Mr. .J.

1I artesian well for the railroad plat of ground recently grubbed and \Valcott and bride arrived fromSt.
Miss Bertha left night for
Major and Mrs.( R. II. Allison of Tuesday
company. cleared sor the purpose west of the Sea : Augustine yesterday and were pleasantly -
New )Decatur) Ala., are guests of Mr. a visit of a month or more in Cuba, breeze ,
Sanitarium. located at the White hous
Ned Walker the phrenologist, and lire. G. II. Hulett, of North and the Isle of Pines. They will Work e. ComfortCombined
John E.
Garfield'a Mrs McN'orton and
on bungalowon friend came down
who has been holding forth here on lid: ewloJ avenue. Major Allisonis probably divide their time between 'I
the corner of Earl and Grandviewaveuueis I from St Augustine yesterday and will
the Beach street parkage for several another enthusiast over Daytona Havana and the city of Santa Fe, on i
progressing.!; L. M lrak has: :spend some time at the White House.A with
weeks departed Thursday 1 for new and all kinds of nice things the latter inland.Mr. .
says .
the work in
charge. story was in circulation this morning -
.11 pastures, going from this place t> I about the city. The Major and Mr. and Mrs.( M. SibbU>nn, of William Babbington of St. Augustine I i that a man had been killed on the

i the county seat I Hulett are cousins.Mr. Cleveland, Ohio, arrived in the city kited his mother at Dr. E !beach last night-run over by an auto- Style is

Hugo Kreitzberg and Richard : Edward Archibald of Ridge" Wednesday from St. Augustine, Dayton's Sunday.Carl E'j 1 mobile. Run down to its ultimate it

Jtl Keinper Echo, Long Island, are'I woel, avenue Kingston, celebrated where they spent several weeks, and Gillette, one of our aubiiiou.s: 1 I turned out to be a telegram received by The Secret of the

visiting the former's brother Ernest I St. Valentine's day: I. giving a dinner are located at The Riverside They young men, last summer bought a lot I :a guest of the Daytona Beach hotel
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Kreitzberg and family of Volusia II to t'U'Ivf* of his Daytona friends. are greatly delighted with D.ijtoi.a; on Pinewood avenue, north and this, 'containing the sad intelligence that her -FAMOUS-
avenue. They expect to remain intervals and its surroundings. week lumber is on the ground and the I I !husband had been killed"by a wrecked
The affair \\interspersed: at -
about four weeks. frame work up for a two-story, sir i -r""n 'train in Illinois.DAYTOXA .
by w>me very fine selections Mrs. Wm. Stubenbord, wife ofDr.1Vm |I'
tl tli
C. C. Gillette will have
Mrs. A. O'Connor and daughter, from Ins thnnngral'lt.< : All present Stubenbord, of New York of cottage.the building.Mr. charge 1 BEACH, Feb. 19.-The Dorothy Dodd Pumps and OxfordsWe

of Springfield III who were for a spent a very pleasant day.A City, a brother of Conrad Stuben and Mrs. Bianehi are looking forward M. E. Church Bazaar opened in the M<-
bord arrived Sunday and is visiting I Cullough building, on Seabreeze av'eune.yesterday .
time with Mrs O'Connor's brother, h, to C. Miller to a visit to their son Frank Bianchi (
belonging Roy -
I T-.R morning at 10 o'clock, and
with Mr. Stubenbord and
family at
Wm. Hall, and wife on North Beach became of New York, some time during' ; ,
of Hill frightened
Holly their handsome winter home the members of the I.aJics' Aid, under
I INa street, are now located, for the season automobile First on March. j I. are showing all
on avenue -
i by an North Itidgewood avenue.A wh.'M-auspices it was held, had a very
at The Morgan. Saturday evening about six SEABREEZE, Feb. 1!>.-Mr?. ll'ni.l j I I bu-y time, with results sufficiently encouraging

.. Mr. and Mrs. II. 8. Italian), of I o'clock, and pulling loose from his letter recently received at this (haves and two son*, \\ille Tenn., < for the generous output of energy the latest styles in

111 arrived) Thursdayand :i I brittle btarted on a run for Beach office from Miss Olive U Garland are guests at The Glen wood I j i and time invested from first to
Springfield, st It''t. He was soon freed from the Now York City, states that her Pat. Gun Metal Tan
temporarily with Mr. and The Clarendon orchotra, of which. last' iu its success. At o'clotk yesterday ,
!Uv.igon, \\liichcamein contact witha mother, Mrs J. M. Garland, is I' afternoon $75 had been taken in,
Mrs. Wm. Hall North Beach Harry A. Tucker is leader, t\i pct't to _
street, awaiting room on at The Morgan post. He turned north on Beach much improved in health and able give a benefit concert at Wilmans opera ,;and it was expected that the evening and White Canvas

Mrs. Hall and I Mr*. Bullard I{i street and was stopped just around to be out of doors again: : Mrs. Gar- house in the near future. It is quite :'sales of light refreshments, consisting of

are sisters. ,I the corner in front of the Prince laud has been seriously ill with likely they will remain here the rest of :!sandwiches, cake, coffee chocolate and Pumps and Ties.....
Georgo. No damage resulted beyond pneumonia. I' ice would swell this
the season. They succeeded in saving cream, amount con-

For sale or rent, unfurnished; I I the twisting of the shafts and 'Japan Persimmon Trees fir sale.F. their instruments: from the tire but lost \ :siderably.' The brisk sale of fancy and

cottage on Ivy Line, new. Easy some breakage to the harn n."tAutomobile M. Call.U. considerable music and clothing.Mr. useful articles had nearly depleted the

) terms. tf Conrad Real Estate Co. tires and inner tubes and Mrs. M. B. Bliss and young': 'large and attractive stock on hand at = M. B. AULTMAN =
J. pulse and A. S. Halle, both the!> opening, by sunset. The membersof .
son, Donnell aimed from At Ik borough '
.t Maurice i:. Fuller of Kalamazoo, vulcanized at Oliver's garage of New York, are recent arrivals at MIL' the Aid at the heads of the various
Mich., who together with his mother The Prospect! on Hid ewOOtJ. Mr. booths and refreshment stands were as i Phone 2. W- gleotes In the u.h-'II"onll'JJlDO Contest. Beach St
W P. Devcrenx and Father A. will spend the season with Mrs. IS Ilesser :
is spending the winter here in the and Mrs. John W Robinson and follows: Mesdames Finley Barze and
McNulty. guests of the Ridgewood Mrs Bliss' mother, on Valley t-trctt. ,
r cottage at the corner of Palmettoand three daughters are also guests at Branch, Vandevorde Burdick, Brooks. _
and friends of Asa Paine #accompanied ) Mrs: Elias fays a severe sleet storm was -- -
Myrtle( avenues, hag accepted a the latter on a fishing trip The Prospect.: They are from BufFalo in progress when they left home. They Miss Maud llibbard made au excellent S I..eoel..I..a.-c.J..I....................
position in the Schuegler) store oa i N. Y where Mr. Robinson is cu-hi".r. The service was fine, in which
Creek last Friday aboard were accompanied by Mrs Miles Carterand
South Beach street. his up Spruce fishing boat the Battleship. engaged in the wholesale lumber daughter, who willpend the season I a bevy of young ladies took part. The BUSINESS AND P
business.W. and various I
Princess Issnt.C. I room tables were attractively PROFESSIONAL
Mrs. Joseph Parantha and littleson The party saw a number of alligators at tIe Ii i decorated, and all in all the ladies I

Charles Henry, of Atlanta, Ga., and), in addition to a good F. Holmes[ manager of the J. l'ro'A"U and Win. Kotlilcr, of >! may will be proud of their success.' -
who have been in this city for some catch of sheepshead, landed an eel Daytona Truck and Fruit Growers' New York city and Jas. Caller, Sr., and
four feet in Mr. Devereux I Mrs. T. J. Miller and daughter, : d, SCHNEIDER.N: : \. I D. ritzgerald &; Oates I
weeks with Mrs. Parantha'u: mother length. Association: has on. display at Our Jos. Galdcr, Jr., of New York, are registered -

and sister departed Saturday for recent experience aboard the ill- Store some very fine celery grownat at the Princess lasenaMrs. : Frank Miller, arrived yesterday and .
Physician Surgeon.30'J
Sanford and 11'1: Attorneys at Law
through the of
fated steamship Republic has ividently his Hammock Grove Farm. agency
PensacoLi, where they will visit" with Celery > A. C. Cole, two children and
friends before returning home. not entirely discouraged him The bunches are large and nicely mother who have been at the 1'rincos I A Branch, are pleasantly located in : : North Ridgewood Special Attention to Examining and

in regard to water travel but ittttulJ blanched and Mr Holmes claims Isscna.: left yesterday for St. Augustineeen : !' .Weaver cottage on the beach. : Phone 193 Daytona, Horida. i iOilice Perfecting Land Title
Mr. and Mr George Dueler of that he now prefersa that the has the expect to spend the month here I I
; appear celery same nutty | route home. i : hours: 10 to 12 a. m.,
I Mrs. C. L. Horn who called Conrad Block, DAYTOXA FLA.
was to I Ithe
Joliet, 111, arrived Thursday night. 'Battleship" to an ocean liner flavor as the northern grown plant Mrs. Follansbee and little daughter I : 6tosp.m. !
Mrs. Ducker is-a niece c>f Mrs.I : K E. have land within easy reach on I bedside of her mother at Chatta- .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seifieri, of Eleanor, arrived from Chicago on a visit i hoochee, some two weeks ago, arrived ('sea H. I-andli Bert Fish.
the best wireless
M either hand against -
and Mrs. Babbington.Mr.
Dayton as : DK. d. RAWLINGS: |
to S. M. McConnell, Mrs. Follansbee'smother ; ,
Ducker is a prominent merchant outfit I Now York, guests for the past three home Wednesday evening. Her motheris : LANDIS & fiSt!
of Joliet who has South for I weeks of TUB Webteti, on First and will spend tome time at By- j| better but not sufficiently recovered .

recreation and'I to benefit come his health. Two well furnished cottages for avenue departed Tuesday morning water cottage. The little daughter, Itl-I j to make the trip to Daytona Beach.ciPORT : I Physician & Surgeon i j Attorneys at Law
though here but a short time, is already .
They are guests' of the Ivy Lane Inn. rent, six rooms, bath hot and cold i for Miami where they will meet inipro>ing!; under our mild invigorating: I Practicing In all State and Federal
electric lights, fireplace their daughter and her husband, climate. Office OL Volusia avenue first door :i ('ourtsI\ or Criminal business giv
but Mr. Ducker expects( to spend careful attention. Special facilities
down the Orange Ave., near Ridgewood. R. who will return with them to Daytona Hankins for investigating and perfecting titles.Ueland .
much of his time cruising : west of Pharmacy. .
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river J. Malbv.( Bond Lumber Co. tf stopping at Palm Beach and ]( ORANGE J Jl'Ol -- ---- --
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other points of interest on their way Isaac A.Stewart Egford Blj
back to this city. ( : E. L. STEWART I
............................ &NN ipprNNN11NObf ORMOND J T OKANC.E, Feb. 19.-Dr STEWART & ELY
Those who enjoy the surprises ofa \. 'k-r has had a very neat fence Physician and Surgeon

;. The Vote As It Stood Wednesday Evening Chalk-talk Entertainment will front of his home on the Kivtr Kest-I t Special attention to diseases of the LawyersOffice
I Music:: day at Ormond Village Im- Throat and Xose. Office 1
have the opportunity of spending a Mr. Brtlsford has begun work Eye, Ear
SAFFORO PIANO CONTEST. >ro\ctncnt Club, was in charge of lissSaw'r and residence. Magnolia a\cnne 3rd next door to Bank Building
IN THE BUSH & pleasant evening, Feb. 2od: at the (' >ttage on the lot he bought of Captain
door of P. 0 telephone 52.Omcehours .
!I who introduced the program DC Laud, FloridaTITLES
I Baptist church, entertained by the I'ozzard. 9 a in. .to9p.m.G. .
DAYTONA skillful cartoonist, Alton Packard. with a short: interesting talk on Hu&siunmusir A large party went up Spruce Creek, -- r

1,426,275 He varies his program with music which teems to be the theme Tuesday: in the Jennie B. and Gamble's I LOCK I INSUREDVolusia
Daytona High School I most talked of in the IIIUMC world today. A. I
and of his bmt.
1,037,275 verse own composition
Halifax Rifles with usual'charm. ; County Abstract. Investmentand
- 775,285 He is a man of talent. This is the Miss Sawyer played, Mrs. A. J. plot was hostess of the Physician and Surgeon
Order Eastern Star Them Vane, Chaminado; Title Insurance Company.
B. I'. 0. Elks .. ... ... ... .. ... 328,365 third number oi the Lecture Course. garite Shaw, a pupil <>f Mi-s Sawyer, pleasant card party Tuesday evening H attention given to I>!.< of Abklracl furnished and title
158,370 Miss Du\ Bois was hostess at the the Eye and Filling of GinOffice .-d.1.1': *, rials and Blue p"rleet-I
Miss Maggie Morgan 107,475 The cruising yacht, KrnestiAe: hen played Romance, StreK'z-kc: Absent : Church Tea last Thursday assisted by over Globe clothing store office b..ur.1 I vlld. Ife-rt Hab.. I'res;Carey 1).
Miss Jean Frances Conrad rendered Mr I !We'y and Tress Oppotlt Voluala Co.
79,735 returned Sunday from a six days'hunting aocal solo by Mrs. Du Bois and Mrs. Barlow. 7 to S a. m. I to 3:0ii p. in.. ; to ":IJII p. m. flunk, Mud, Kla.

Baptist Parsonage -. 50,780 and fishing trip down the Pierce greatly pleased the audieiKr, Alfred McDonald, wife and baby. armed DAYTONA. KLAl. "\. -_ : -- __ _-
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Colored Industrial School river. The party, which consistedof encore, \ song;" the violinist, Mr. Saturday, from Oak Hill to visit i
32,085 D. I D. & C. ROGERS
Miss Mary Bile 22,590 the three Stubenbords, Conrad Frank Hotl-e! a great favorite, J.I.'}I'd Mr. and Mrs. Hardeman ROGERS
Miss McCann and and Aldennan Reverie; Henri i Veenxtemps, he responded '
senior James
Civil :
Daytona Institute .. ,.. ... : ... 935 junior to a hearty encore with Reverie, Mi-3 Minnie Carrow spent two days in lomcopathic I I hysicii\n tngincers
E. M. Holman and
.., ... ... ... .. 525 Lundy, our \ilUge last week.
Mrs. F. L. Middleton Henry Strube, had a most enjoyableand Mazurka Cmiracteristiyue, Henri Wkuian- Xo 453 North l Ifcath Street. (DAYTONA and
Offices (
I OUTSIDE OF J UA\'TON.Vilman's .\ successful trip. While at Titusville ski; Mrs. Church of l>a>"tona, sang twist Hichard Spark man and Chauncy \'IiS Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30 awl GOO ( MIAMI FLA.
the Advocate the delightfully, "Lo\e the Pedlar," and spent Saturday and Sunday at theirhomes. I to 7:30.
\ Opera House 350,220 gave partya "The Rosary," bring ably accompanied I I Telephone No. J 122. Da" }t.naOflire Established 1815Dl
176,430 very pleasant anti interesting j __
Kingston School '\'fitu p. by Miss Perkins; Miss: Knowlton's 1 many j Dr. Funderburg and wife arrived Sun- 'I'j 1 1I
of I Seabreeze High School 100,320 I fri'nJJ'rt greatly pleaded to hear her day, and have rooms at }lr. Reipniders. j; i I Private I IIospitel 1I

M. E. Parsonage, Daytona Beath ReT. N Boyle, L. L. D.. super- again, the read "The San Song" fol- : Bishops Fitzgerald and Morrison were j 14 Daytona
31enal Seabreeze Congregational Church intendent of the Allegheny District lowing this with one of the "Cape Cod ,. in town Sunday The latter preached I and Sanittiriuin, I

: Miss Elsie Coates, Daytona Beach 33.595 44,330Miss Pittsburg Conference who with Ballad;" Mrs. Church :sang 0, Dry ;>un
Alice Daugherty, Daytona Beach Mrs Boyle, is a guest of Mrs. Sarah, Those Tears" and Inert generously j|I 'H -- : Klectrlcal appliance special trained attentiongiven nurses.
Miss Ruby Spaulding, Daytona Beach 12,335 U. Cochran, at the Sebring residence applauded; the program cled) with j i all patients Terms on apJl. I I
I Miss Jennie New Smyrna. 5,570 South | Entertained At Cards. I cation.o 4 itS M. befe-h !Ht. 1'ujK/aa.
Murray, Ridgeuood
I on avenueis TraulU'reihuman.ex'iubitely played j 1 Ion ti. \. KMK'K
Miss Sallie Holland Daytona Heach. 4.605 also Grand Chaplain of the Gran.Commandry by Mr. Koebtl in answer to request 0 Mr.W.. I 11: lilodgett: entertained a I PbTalclan In('b'uge. i iII

Ormond School 1,120 of f Pennsylvania it will sent from the audience. A social hour 1| party cof ladies at bridge-whi,t Wednesday I :

NN NNNN NNN..tU0 N NNNN MNM..MMMM interest Masons( here to know. Dr. Followed the hostesses for the afternoon afternoon at her home, on South j j11'idgeuood D1?. W. A. GO\'I: ?. A. o' eILL I
Boyle delivered a sermon at the being Mesdames, Thornton, Stewart i' avenue, in honor of her sis I I : II

..NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNGoon : First M. E. Church last: Sundaj Sm; >"the, Milligan! McN'ial. 'I t rs, Mrs I. ,\. Barnes of Minneapolis : Dentist OSTEOPATH l lAsderean
land Mrs. Al. Blodgett, of Fairbault, I
evening.Mr. --- : :
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Office! : Turner UKIjeMOOil M Building.
i THE.- -- I it and Mrs. Wm. P. Devereux, Euchre Party. I: Light tables of handsonulv gowned : I Sew Ifcach Street.I .
-- I j of Minneapolis. Minn, guests of Mr. and Mrs E. M. Hainan and son, I. ladies contested for the prizes, which ,' PHONE W i

BUSH fc !SAFFOU1) CO. : The Ridgewood, who were passengers Albert, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.( I were won by Mrs. E. T. Merrill, Mrs. C. 1 1- -- -. ------ ------ -
I the : l A. stark of Cincinnati of Mrs. L. 1I I
on steamship Republic Conrad Stubenbord.: Monday evening, !guest; ,
I : when she collided with the Florida, participating in u game of progressive I O. Hawson, and Mrs. Thos II. White, ,, ROY l IIOWI1.:. .'\. D- I' S. t II. GOYE'Architect

PIANO OONTKSTThese say that Daytona i is good enough; I euchre which.included Mr. Stubtnburd's !I'j the first, H-cond and third prizes being ;, I Physician and Sur ll'on. Builder and

for them and within easy reach by family and \bi tor!. Mr Holman won ''secured by the ladies in the order
votes cast for ____ __ rail. Mr. and Mrs. I>e\"ereux had the first prize, while Miss Linna tliLt n- :, named. Office and residence: : IJ.t: ::0;'. Rulge8 Contractor

; I started on a European tour bu bord secured the second prizt1. Refreshments The (Moral decorations, which wire i> wood Avenue, opp RiJgew"d Ho- Residence and office, northeast corner
I Each issue of the Gazette-News will publish one of these coupons.It their thrilling experience aboard added to the pleasure of the very beautiful, were from Jacksonville, J tel. Phone 17.). Office hour. 9 tO Itidgewood and Volusiae..
V.I ? 1909. 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6:30: to i p. m.NNNNMNNNNNNNN. Phone S9.! 17a)tona, HaI
must be voted within seven days. February: the Republic caused them to chang evening, which was a mat enjoyableone i' and consisted of carnations and greens i

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Truth andQaclity I I I lett Vt.; II. W. Anthis, wife and daughter aa1t.

Toronto; Mr. and Miss P. P. Argensuigrr i ... .

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Grand Rapids Mich.; T. B. Bas
Ktl Mrs Clendening, Croyham, :N. Y.; William ..

t. J appeal to the \Veil-InfonneJ in every ,,'..nUn", titan Flr-t I...::.., Baldwin, wife and daughter, C. L. l+ 1t is S f .;.. ::awe

walk of life an-I are essential permanent Biuuiger and wife New York; Col. Win.Bull. ,

success and rre\I table stan-ling. Accor- There was no water in sight to check<< St Louis; C. S. Bent, Xew York; .j. ;: _

j f ingly, it is n-,t rlai-neJ that :Syrup of Figs the flames and it would be a miracle if r I.. Howell, wife and nurse, Winnepeg; ;,raSe 1'lr '..

and Elixir cf is the only remedy of the building was saved. A ladder wa Mrs Hiram 11Prrv. Miss Cunningham.

known ,':J.:.', b..t on? of :..iuy reasons found and Lew Smith manager of the F Frankfort l Ky.; Frank L. Bapst, wife, I

ice ,1.,,,, earl nUk-ite f :; -breeze. child and maid, Buffalo; Edw.: II. Bind-
r. why it is the l est jv-rtonal and familylaxatives ; | t. "
b the fthlt it cleansed, Bert Shoemaker of I>j\t<>na I Beach aLI ley. wife. child and maid, Pittsburg; Pr.
11'. Z. Bentz and wife Carlisle fa .*.
tvndi&hLoo.! the ; ..
Mr.: Allt-u uf Hit} IJpnl1
sweetens and relies: ;:u e internal organson
.\ Barnes and wife Mrs.
I roof and farm the terrible heat and ; :rt

which it acts w.thout any tM.litatingafter blteleriug tianic{ +, buckets bring tiuug to Fernald end Mrs. G B. Burton. Louisville f fJ _!i!! .. ', -4

effects and without having to increasethe water out of K) .; Mr and Mrs. O. Berry, New rR 1 i
them, they di.j{ >ed sialJing
quantity from time to time. II & sheet-iron tank on the oat and by .York; Mrs. L. C. Barnett )f I. C. Tom T

It acts pleasantly and naturally: and pouring it or the rin-f and Miles i>f the Ur Superior.Vis..; J. K. Bowman and r t= rat t -

truly as a laxative, and its component ;i( b'uildini, aied it from deMru "ti
I and wife, Baltimore; E.V.. Campbell i
parts are known to and approved by
The Guests Now Scattered. and wife Warren, Pa; C. }I. Carrier.S.trdi. .
U free from 1L
physician, as objection -
.*. Mi.-s : Mrs. C. W. Collister anN d
able substances. To get its beneficialeffects i I i As quickly as tl.ey could the fon. Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs.! O.G G"-k.
than! 2lH) ) cf thun. Bought n.-
>rf !
r the --
always purchase genunemanufactured I ButTa! >. H. A Crow-land and wife. In
Haiti r:+ A ,Urce niunlier "f th 111 wi i.t
the Californiaf.\ ; { .
by di.inap\ti; <: lietirif II. Cbri tisn. wile

., only, and for sale by leading; drug at ot.iv to ">tli. r hot Is on the rot'nin-ul t and ni.rd.; II. }Panforth
I while others runic: air ,s" the Halifax c
gists. Nt-A York: ; tar rit1'l: furilltllllud, wif ,
1 and are Ubtubuttd aiiioug tl.o I U.,\lvh a .
1 r'it; 1 ..r,. H. latwn. wife an

Phillip r. '..., tawn. A cM' c* {! hotel TU'experience wa.-s-odi-m-- d.v'ett.r.; Nrs.l'aulE:
1. ':'.1'_. lug and nrn r-" flU Lini leal II".'''' a I
xait M *i H..' i-- and ..",. :\i t. \1.., H. Hrm..t'll
n ',h ''nulI'r tIN \.."I..II
fair rriurmtl r
r. ef 1 .t lart'1" :. I 11. & : I.. :Of"1! ,.. I.. W. a..
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Itc had Jr"I.I..1 ua fu-ui>- | I>. J. G,.Ul< ib and Ir. and Mr:. C.: B. Gar THE ONCE MAGNIFICENT CLARENDON, NOW BUT A SMOULDERING:AS3 CF ASHES.

: 111. H.-s-jK.tij wa that 1 I. Vtuid! Terre Ind Pr. _
aud family
3.t' by :

THE GLEN WOOD lily to rebuild! concrete a new Clart building":ul,'ii strictly i>f reenforced J.and H Dr.Glass EdGig, wife.; T, and Vtica two\.daughter Y.; Mrs.*.I'I'n JM Iy IV I,;; Ju\Yw" ,.JL"A..JjIVII JlI\ \\ \J'JIYY..Y'iJYJ..!,a:; II; \-I..v vl'; r m 1

r SEABREEZE. FLA. fire prot-f iu: every detail but--bt're hehesitated"I Evelyn lime and son, New York; Mr. -- -- -- 7f

! : am nut financially abl,,:' and Mrs. A. T. Hazen and child, Cincinnati Ge 0' M. Ir.! '" n. po-toiliceinspector, f. hEF wt5t '

\ i :rEtR IVsroFHCE SCHOOL AM> SHUfI t E. He Stated that the only t plan he couljthink ; James Henning. and Mr. and Mrs SAMPSON HELPSCBACJJ4FE. :-ltl't.'s'.L.a,1: [ 1 It; y, 1.. I. is i in the city I1! ..

1 \I MODERN HiRSE. of might be that he would put i in George Hall. New York; Thomas W. in rti.ipl; t" Ira>in;; new quarter asThey

the ground and perhaps $10 000 or h Hooker. Hartford. Conn.; H. S. hicks!l. for tike !'">t"lii'e. and any parties Just

! Electric Lights Telephone, all $50,000 if it could be arranged so that New York; William S. Horn, Mobegao, mft, 'n>M.-d in the matter had better I ..

! I Com'eniences.Golf. he could i issue bonds at a low rate (
i intertst to raUe the balance i>f the Camil '. Atlanta; George F. Johnson ,;hitart' that Mr Brown is a Grow ', dIIThe
I'uiATlMt: HIUMi. HVTHINii.KMclul : RxN
., necessary (fund to rebuild. Thus i it wife and fatuity and C. F. Johnson Endicott bt'xtio.'d. Irifiid and neighbor of :S. 'I a"t

l | states for _a- ll. stands and the question( of whether or \. Y.: J. S Kendall and wife, Says They Got $6,000 (II MalWkof North Palmetto a\'e. FiKsl Caused Goods in the IcriT

: C. F. BOWIE, Proprietor. not the Clarendon will l he (built remains Pittsburg; Mrs. Kate Mills Knox, Mis who tuinnier horuf is at Jlillrr'sPlace. 40 VAfllETltS STVLCSIN TIN A OLM <'
unanswered. Sarah C. Mills and Miss Elizabeth ( I. r

From NuTriuber .'.. I....., to April li; l*'" Squires, Chicago: Mr. and Mrs R. T. Money: and Stamps -- --- ---- 1 t I FRUITS( Right off the Trees

Cubany, Denver; Mrs. M. E. Lovejoy
Monday[ night's copious lairs cooled I An armless titan, giving a trickbkyde
and Mr. and Mrs. Lanman and daughter,
After A pill I*. I" .', HOTEL I.KCHKVLIKR: : the ashes at the scene of the Claret John Sampson Gives Details Of jrformance ou Magnolia: I V
\ Columbus, Ohio: Miss Louise S. Lao con,
I Ocean (;iron New Jerw y.Morgan. don fire and workmen are today busy venue, jest north of the post office, VEGETABLES Fresh from the Fa rmi
t East Orange \. J.; Mrs. J. A. Lemke, The Safe-blotting and How 1IunJaaflcrDOlf attracted rI
looking for the jewels and money lost considerable -
Miss Lantleback, Newark, N. J.; H. A. i
attention. He is -
by the guests in their hasty flight from a marvel
Thev Fixed Chauffer.
the burning building Sunday morning Laman and wife, Mississippi; John in this line and would put to shame i:
The FISIl from the Water.
A. Lutz. Lincoln, III.; C. E Morehouse. RRR the averai1 trick l li iry'de rider witha t tI Wriggling z

J Absorbing Topic of Conversation.The Yiddlel:>Prg.'t..; Henry Michael In the presence of Postoffic- Inspector full compliment of hands and tI 1 1i i

CORNEK PAI.MF.TTO ..txiiVtLl1A Mort,burg. Ontario: Alex. P. Maynard, ,
: one absorbing subject of intereston Jere Connolly Petet lives Crawford and arms. i
AVKXt'KS.DAYTONA. Boston, Mass.; Geo. L. Harris and wife,
Cahoon John -- ----
the streets!, at the dinner table, in Sampson, the notorious -
Mrs. C. P. Miller and pa sty of five, Philadelphia
the hotel lobbies, is Sunday's disastrous 1- safe blower, recently arrested in Jaiksonville ...N..i. .i.i............. ;f
i ; P. J. Murray J. T. Murray, 00 VARIETIES IN TIN AND QLAS5.1
II FLA. fire and one good story after another confessed that he and his &::ua;
Holyoke, Miss.: : A. C. Morgan and wife, Notices
"cracked"' the safe in the Legal :
I is told, sometimes pathetic, sometimes Chicago: O. W. Mu key, Pvsroit; Go.C.Merrill. postotfice ut
H. M. MAXWILLEK, PROPRIETORi Daytona, I last Wednesday If g
ludicrous but in all showing out night.
Minneapolis; L. Marsh, wife i.1..1.i...isi.1si...i. FOR SALE BY
the tine of human was late Men la.- afternoon before ti,. t
wearing quality nature ;
and child, Louisville, Ky.; W. T. M c- ;
- -- when emergency calls it to test. A yegjoian would admit this fait to tU Bids \\anteJ. .
Night and wife Sask., Canada; Mrs. II .. .. L. Q. LYMAN.
LOW TIDES the BEACH cordial hospitality was extended to the group of men around him. :Sampson 1 'i-. "i > i..M'u i 'IK i oiirtH.
R on T. Tandy and child Mrs. E. P. Noble, i ...-. ":..1 I 1,1, I II < .x-f Itll .nY. COOt Of
: Clarendon guests and attaches! as the Arnold says he and Barton traveled to Pay t na Prtl.T.t.:.! ami ""',i. .1 It": -.-." oil or
Paducah Ky : Trieteg, wife and ---- ---
-- -
raw 1 I..- <1 oil loll l lr? r. --- --.
.QQlb..yus.. MAR. I I ,Pt(. case might be, in the private homes of child Cincinnati; J. H. Taylor and wife together while Red and the fourth manmade For nitliiij l'"or t-/uu./ two coat- with :I' -- --- ---

:1 --, many of the citizens of Seabreeze. Mis.-i iVtroit MUh. P. Port | the trip together. lie says the Atluntuor vrt r Whit.L...wl. K--J t>r ,. ...N01000000100 001010 0111100.>OO 00100101 ONONN N N
; t l'O. Vpbam, "n" *ii vat: Ziiii-iiml pun Ili- tl oft lmi fU
._ ...lo;)O... ... U:2.I..I0-I5... I always divided when vii ,iitei.
Minnie Kelley opened her cottage; on gang traveling zinc mix.: U in tiir pro4>rtlou of two
'I... ...11 :43..10 Z... ...11 :30... l land. ;less; Wui Lyman: Underwood and [ That is rule followed piirthiV n.ul and oil. pii r' ;&In,'. >Nil : 3... ... .122... ...1 :1'.1209... Grand view avenue to as many of the \\iff'BdnIODt, Mass.; Mrs. A. D. Weeks, i a always by safe 1, I.Hlto boo tlixl with II 'it. <'I'fkof. the I'ircull j M. ELLA DE VOY CO. I
/. blowers. ourt on or !I. foivar: h I t \ l> 1100(0. nml
ill L. ...12:30.......12:03.: .. ..12:15... homeless help as its accomodationa3orded. New York; C. B. Wetherby and wife, '1: tb- gourd of I'ounh ''oniiiil..t j"'n"r"" tvvr\-

1:11': 5.,. ... 1:12.. ...12:10...'... 1:1S.: .. Mrs. R. C. Watterson entertained Pitman H. Bowles, Burlington Yt.; J. I Made Examination. mg the rl.l to rr.l all ami nil l>i,U. LADIES' HATTERS i
6... ... ... .12H ..I... ... "UII'Fr. I'. JOKHVX. j
\ : .t 1y. of the refugees. .'.
I ; many l ri: Circuit
T. Washburn and wife. Sangertie X. Y; Arriving in Daytona the four men did .urt. Kin.
., 1._ '" .../_. 1.3\1..1... ._0... : Correct in Styles.
,T! S... ... 305._ ... 2:0.;... ... 2:52.: .. \Yattersonwasoneoftbe earliest G. W. Wagner and wife. Detroit; A. H. not go around the streets together. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. i
. I' I 9... ... 3-10... ... 23;'... ... 3:25... at the fire, and worked heioically withmany Waterman New York; Louis McCreryand I They traveled in pairs but both pairs TAX: ,.-\SSESSOR'SOTICE.: : :Sol.O> ,nth Ik n i L, :vr.t.I'nyrol.a.l jLING

t i. _10._ _. 115._ ... 3:10.1:0;'... others in removing goods. Rue b- wife Cleveland 0.; Solomon Oys took occasion to go to the pystotfice and'olk..lllo1..I."u'lh. HUM. 01111111101111101.01.1011010411.01N110.ON..N111N
t :, _11_. ... -1-11... ... 310.1:5.: .>... inquire if there was any mail for them. pi-i-iHt-d. to !>',', its Tai: K.turni fur tb, Tax
in one of the empty rooms, be saw on ter. Uric hville. O.; The. II Price, Jr.. ,.
3:43. 127..5 5 i. Of course they used aliases while of 1 9: ,
;t ; ::g:: :: : = ::: : ::: ::: : ::: the dresser a fine gold watch and other Its McCleary and maid, Sterlington | inK for mail Their only motive itujuir-in goy ... I Kot< TIMIKTu',.>i.i K. h. ai.; (rum 1 IS. NtaNN.ONdNOlNI9/00o+., o0.10031 N NN N.

'. 1 _I..... ... :-I;)....... ".1........ :.I. ... jewelry and handsome accessory of H N. Y.; Pr I. C. Phillips and wife, Mil icg to the j postothce was to !get fanuiiar :i rv :* |>. in. ', ,
i .. ... Sr,2... ... 7:17. :25... with the interior of the No. ; '>ruOiF ''ity. Ttl>..tia.F.-bal.frow WAH
.15. IsdJ"s toilet lie them in W. plate and Itarn
r. : : gathered; a \\auk 't'. Wi; ; Mrs. A Roberta Mrs. > to !11 i ". In.No. I
_.1 b... ... 9...,... ... .=.)... .10:3.... the location of the safe. \: I I'0
f dre**(*'r scarf carried them to a place of Thomas Norton Shelbourne Canada J, : l>1..00. Mood.uF. !i.. !Nt. from to
I ,
t ..1;'... ....10-1... ... 9:33... ...112)... ; After all] was quiet Wednesday night; L:u. w.I FIRlT-C ASL S
1 _.1s... ...11 :>2... ...10:33... ..11:L.I safety and later took them home B> \\ Robinson: Miss Robinson Buffalo, Sampson says that 8tfanCnieGL> title I No. 4 IH Lon f yriags! :MoiMlax. K> i h. 'tb.1 i'

I ; ....19.i ... _.12:0: I........11:2;'_. ...12:-13... a strange coincidence, the latch and \. Y.: Wra. H. Reid and wife, Sauls- ready for the cracking of the safe. He from v to II .. W.Nn. iCHINESE LAUNDRY

: _:!I.L ...12:53... ...11 :-1.5...... 1:12... j jewelry proved to be the propert of bury, Conn.; Mrs. Charles Row, Petroit, says he and Barton did packet: duty' KUtrMgr. T,."' .". t'-)>. Xi.! from I i jI jII I
1 _21... ... 1 :-15.......12:3;... on 2:00... : \\hill'Red and the fourth man broke 1- to 11 a. m. I, :
._. 2:52.. one of the Ladies who had been entertained Mich.! ; Mrs. Charts P. Russell Mr J i I No. i sAtll"', l-tIm-Mi ,>. .'. I.. "th. from ![ North: Beach Street PAYTONA.: FLORIDA.
\ : _.Z!... ... 2:.1.) .. ... I :30... i into the pvslcifice San. wn sav. barton .. i iu. :
r _23... ... 3:7.: 2:1 S... ... 3:35... at his home. She was overcome i ('. Murray. Mss L. A. Miller, Utica, who bus but one arm. is con" redone Into% .t II T tn.ortuouU. ....,.. >'..1.. j I .Still;+ bosom shirt, open front..1 IJ NiglitShirts--------------------------: 10
1 ...... ... -I.:'.... .. 3ll........ -1-.>... with the of the best shots :
joy at finding having given up New York; P. Surface, Mrs.T. S. Allie in the profession to S p. m.Nv. j \VhitesIiirts..,..10 \\oolcn Shirt-.. ......... ... .10
1 i r _25... ... .'):12... .. 3:37....... 3:17... the thought of finding them. They Richmond Ind. W. C. Spencer and I i and for this reason !Iw is generally svItcted -.i.Moni.. VI.nln. -. K. 1 i.. 1 ITttl. Check shirts. -
; : sXewshirt I uSei-Iun.! ; .. .. ... ..... .. .. .
\ I _.:tj... ... 6:07... ... -l-Ii..i... 6:12... to do picket duty. lie also owns from to &
I I II.I. 27., : : were family heirlooms. wife, New York: Mrs. George H. Saeg-! costly. automatic. revolver. 't tI Port "rnv- Tliur-Uu> KIMh'\ i .. .. .. .., .. ..: :.. ....13 l>ri\nr.- ...,... .. ,. 8 I

I i I M2S.. S0.: : : muller{ and Mrs. J. L. Saegmuller, Rochester. I f ruin l" to 12 a. II.. I INw. s: Shirts rvllstattached...... ..... ... ....13 *.. < K-. i .... _. 3
;IM pa.r
:: ::: : Will Nat Jr. Safe Was : 1.> N"ww .. .
..29.. ..... IH: [ lHr. Rejoin N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs F. G. Smith Easy. ; rue Tu t >h. M.'roiu Collars.each.
: f i to S p. ui.No. .2! flai.dkpr t iSi.r >............ .. .. .. 3
...... .
... The safe
_30... : Daytona was not blown but j
...31_ ...... .' .. .. Nat C. t.: V\\\in. Sr., father of >oung! Mr. sat Mrs.! ... L. Smith Mrs. Mjra I was opened by Red who, uccurui&g to I from.'11"to::7: :.1 w.drie-l.y. K.uli.. 2 Cuffs, per pair------------------------- :", Hr.aK- r. ::.I 1(< ... .. -- 4Also _.

f- --- -- Nat the actor and recent Bern-dak for smith and maid Detroit Mich.; Mr. and I Ilr 'I Sampson, is au expert machitiiit In- ut. I..T..K' .. :\ioOdux. t.. t.. 11'!'i. from i : Ladies Clothes .. ;
f ; Forenoon and afternoon tUlt: are approximately about the 'steenth time left jcsterday } :. Gtorge P. Stlden, Erie Pa.; Mr. >p cvor Connolly b ars out this state- i 11 to :! i. ... at IrI. -j' "II.h.;: prices

at the same hour. Automobiles afternoon in and }[nc&. H H. Suydnn and children, meat as he stated after Sampson bad \... I-! :...ii...'''. Tu- +!..>-. >'.1.! ::.J. from 11 tiN ONNNf000NIIN.N0ION11100lIONt000$1iN.J
, be tri\rn! response to a telegram tc 7.1,, c
the beach
can on t made his
confession: i that the Daytona
I woo oo from Lis for ,ICiaaacati.; L. Swift and Mrs. A. W S". ll I. ikil.. .. ,,. .
hours after Li l h tide and within t distinguished son, New safe was certainly opened by an exett WAlu.tliij. Krf. :: ifruii 1
hours of high tideShcrwio York The old gentleman was prett)" [ String Minneapolis, M.nn. machinist.The '' t..1.i: i. 'n. FLORIDA EAST COAST
\" : ;L''.I.! Vund/F.; .K..1.t .Mh.from 1 to
well played out after his exciting experience Daytona Job was a good one for :: .'.f...

in bring carried: out of the burning I the jeC6wt'D. a? almost it OOU iatuupa N.", :.. ..' :....1. "..1.01..... F.-.. 1-t. from LOCAL TIME r
and: close to ILIVO in 'ash WaS !'t."n l tu a I'. 1.,. CARD No. 77. Effective 5 1909

Williams building anJ"ss anxious to ?get j II :Sampson .If his p<>rtiun nf the each >,..i I? -;... ?. a'Ydt,- ,Ja}. .-I.. :.,. fruit So 99 2 o. 23 Xo. 33 January- :
j; ii COVE PRES'Tfit T': I :,. So.g:;: ;. ".'_ ;iso., 'i :No. 96
\ away. j was only >. and wi. .o bv was informed DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY MAIN LINE .. ,.
I by the postotfice mspector V. :> B.11. ,,_. Tu. -..110'-. K. l>. Mb from t. .u: :- \::1.o.uLY ::
I II yesterday in ,. '! -. lI .V
; L i.V pm S'UpmIIQJ..m -
I, II I M tin Li.i.;: ..,; ; -
Receives -
and : j
that ; .
I Telegrams.11r. j almost $1 OtH) in rash was 1.) So pm.50pCltll0.m .J v. \ : -a i 30ia
I 'C ; I I. r.o. .Tui.iv.. K. !ti. xh. trout: 9 si am Li ,
I taken he remarked that his pals had ,. : It 43 pm :S 94 pm U 57 am n 45 ,. 1'O"'I.: -:.. lu ,: a.l4 im.. ;:
toa: I.
i! and Mrs. Potter are the recipientof i .I'.r .. ...... .. .. J25pn: .. .am. .. Ki'aiaica 1. 3 is b.'I ,-> 4* F:. :. j; E.u 6 M to
handed bin lemon. bealways Lr Hotel: l' ,
j a Ti-nJ 1. __ '
auptvn *
XO..L .
Paints I I ay III'r. l. .Tu.U y. Frfc. (II.frolu 1 :24 "::1. 656. pm 11 &; 1117 : -- ...
numerous telegrams and !letters of i COUNCIL.I loved his drink and oftentimes: '.0 r'. .11. 1 36 an 7 0> pm 1 45 pm pm H 40 am Lc..Orar 4. Lt 3'e: !- 4p. i a-. 4 JJ: m '

sympathy which are pouring in from the: .gang would satisfy him by giving I 'I t' I. I. t..J.m.ry :":h. lay: : 2 20 an 741 pm j 223: pm li 2J pa.mL\Dajl.U LT New: MD.VITM* I-I.:, ::;t: I p., iea a .. .:.. 4 1' aa

F many ijuarters. all lamenting the l loss, R >R I him a few bottles of wbiskey He say's lni \. K B. WU.I.' ...". I IoiUMa .8.35. .3..Svl. 211tmLy..t.0 I 90 pm L..T1IclI v..:;l.f.. _. 1.\ 1 ...,. 1'1..... .-i pot pci &iijj;! .iiu:a S> :45 1pr. : IHi ama ,
; be was given same whiskey after the < 'ouutt. Iu 5a .m 9 II 3 i* ( 1.11f.. ..... "
Are Not Excelled. not only to them but to Seabreeze fcd j Daytona job was completed and his -- ...... ..... pa .. 2 2 50 is jm pm Lr..Bocketae5, ; L. it; J'I.:. 4. pta 6 Iii ka 1 42 ia
the fit t I I .... ... ... .. .... .. E.a Gft.iw: LV 12 '1 !' ... .1
council last S "..
Pay district. and 00 "
Una Not new stet L\ "
: do eight informed him '
only messages \ pals thai only about t';JUU: DR. T. A. DAVISl'XTHEROPIjT S (C am U W pml 5 05 pa' 5 w pm Velbo'irn. Lx IIr an ... .... ..... 7-
r'' come to 1>:. and Mrs. Putter but', o' a:1ized: by dt"cting S. II. Gove chair was found in the safe. 7 so am l c.* ami 7 55 I'ml! T 14 pm pm AT.Ln.ralmBMrA. Pierre ...L> I.., 1'1.1:1 i. .J am f"G un 713 pa
8 C5 am ..... L7 Sr i ira :< ,> an ; .f,
8 !
U ara spa
expressions of sympathy for their loss ;; man. Mr. (io'e'as up the river en 10 W; pa 7 S3 pa Ar, .ralm L\ ; it '., _
See t Stamps Were Buried. I aa S =20 aa U ::$ pa.iO, 15 pa Ar..... VlnaJ ant ;;) aru S 40 pa
and for the loos to this section : business rat failed to get: back as expected Tic 1 L't, su''St .ei r. j f tl.OSt *I WCtlflC 1120 no 340aa |I.-: ..... LT. Miami ..LX. : ti am i 7 13 am 12 K .M 6 JO pnV ':.
\'ourSpePI'fy rome, The afar d'iD the b, -,., '.r. ,' ; : 1272pm. .. .......11 at, im ;a .Opat ._
gang '
? .
;; 1..I!
ftr'at. ..
n from many who have occasion tll \\ trI: I'I. but tne other five members voted an automobile ni-d drove wurd "r .. \ ...-,;:. -,. :a-\-t:; .-1ck.Ort'opathv Ir.rludes. _I 3 2)St pm pm .f r0 r2 am'. ,' ::::. :. : :::::::::Ar Ar..H., G.a' R Pei: ;. p .::::.:.. ..::: : 5 ( 410pm t t7 ps

9' I about matters of business and make uciituial Ii''I. as a unit. The president pro tern, .Alderman mOLd During the drive they rr.- :" .. V; i--a.;:. W'I.n arid ('hIdo. !- "wpm Tuiiii .At Ar fitcht: : 7; L : :: g r pa; [ t0 pa1 _
reference chauffeur several druAs. which ha.2 .. .1\.y".c. i..t- _. ..(\..- .- atuu: s
to the hotel 1 loss" Schmidt was eleated'ire president ; ;j.f'iou.sly a 'j'; ... _. I\an.iLa'u: n fn-e. 43ot'mtur.AO.s..Oo.Ar llaa
; SflfalKllLLLUISMODS.\ \ S Ever>body recognizes the loss :and on ani! ,' \ beta "duped," nod the J\t t'-: ''; ; ;. "t..ffiv. iiaton e .rjly except :Ptnlay; TitnsAon% .a' L\-.41'.1o.0. 4.Cu, t.aka ._.... 1
soon fell asleep. n. trinptt'hhlnaltahlrhn: .' :1ra .hof0.
.- sides rou hear expressed the wish that ;I;:I Sanitary Inspector Zuber presented a The entire quartet of YE ;n.lU k( :.. '.-. .1J
i I'h 'nix.Ii o.e a grander and Letter fireproof petition to the council asking to be re- well bow to run the machine and :, :. PAt\TJ.: t
Leave Ean -
and with modern appointments appointed to the position. Hit requesti they reached a J>fodud.! dp'Jt n- .n \.': I'all : EAST P.i1..tiKA 'rr1\"e E Lease PALH.TO E."T:: Ar-!;;East j

f may arise from the l'LorenJ<>D ashes i was tabled for consideration at DextlIond.15 I mend they buried the taups ana t.-: :. Notice to Tourists r.ittaa "' faU-ka l 1.\L\TE4 t.:. -
stock returned! tH I>avtor..iVh r. *hf !. '- ., S ZA ........ -- .
large at all times. la this connection am Xo. 4* Pally....,._. S '! --- +
a note from John met ting. tI' am ; 5 :
t fear: awtik'-, did Lot "r.w1.:...' .... s Y v .a /.-.0.. 43 Duly __ S lam 4 am \". ,; '.ir t :Ii .11I
Andersen, manager of the Hotel Aka I| Tbereue pren'Mermen trar.putd.aad 8f1al1 _.No.50: Dally "..'_-- 1 UaW' era-: .. 11.11I
...r niacin'
&5 am j. Xo. S3 I> ': r."lr is.-
+. zar. to the editor of the Daily :News is Schmidt, Conrad, :Smith; MUis, Klotk &. /p. n ystheas.:1iu; i,. L," : 12 (X> pm I,I'. -.-.. Xo. M n allr&;:ir! -..'.-. .".. n U ai U am U 5o s::. I o.. :.., 1tit; c :: 110 am
I'' 1 of mttrest "Your returned to Jacksotiv.iK 01. "." :.:-: 4 !ltml.I j .__. No. S4 Dally pan : SJ Tt ; :t. : i'a. S :!O p.
& good roads art eke and btJ'Ie. .._... j 411 ,. .
1i i inghal laleyCo. i tr in. They remained; there until :Saturday S.o.a ....._. s- ; .I S (5p18
slam '.
i was first rate. Keep the ball rolling adlion't : night, when he taught: in U.,. IK ;Y"'I, sat th' xery }hest r 'ranges' 1153 p:1 q .. :Na Go D.ifr 1. U.18 'I\\12 11 ::2a gat' ... .:. ;r".l.a.c: N 4J am pili

let 01.1'ol la be stumped by rear of Burnett's falvon, where he 1; ,-' v T' I"'J.nt ilr.vtm i 'h1 ll! ...i-
B rt:\!Lrd. his pal!, Barton bd planned to "shake S4ItTEO 8It.\lH
land 1 I
I Iti-iiar.: U.ver .I'ranre, the brain t Lease East !:\ST
FURNITURE "What cruel shame Maurice Trembler.! of Hot a safe. PAUTK- TO Arrire..rlLraey.r.! ', ;W
ws to ha\e the State Paaka: 3A N A \ ; \1 t ." !, ; -ri
; situated 11 miles south TO
Ark. anJ x.- Mateo .
"Spring-. ,
owner .
the ..
-- Clarendon b'ira. 1 think there isI operatorof --- i \: \ \ I'':

ao question about the sincere tymzuthvthat '* the rath privileges of that LOW I W. F. Holmes made a bu&iats f: M: rvt L:& r. he Daytona :mjXf : iJ aa -.. .Na 49 P.1y..y Aai.1II 4' ....

; and Ornamental the enfre hotel 1\ resort accompanied by his sister *" i.t i. I =* pm's.. ai tally ........ 34i J.r.: oJ"t'.. '. .:h' y 3 an
'* fraternity has for ; I trip to JacksonviL'r, :iloaday. inteu'iinf E- 1i.vrn3: ro.l I : ..;; 4 loa J.rA -;:
i Pr art Mrs. otter both of w-i.on .i Mr", Laura Barnett. of Superior.Wis t. home VVt : 1
| i ii have ) return Juewlav. 25 So. SI :No. 15: ., z -- --
shown such >U'pped over at Davtona i;... ...l1o.lo. \. -c- s.z
an uitere-t la tuiidio; up continuing Mr.I Holmes expccte-i tbe joined aSt. only So. only D.Uy lOa": Mtl'FOIIT iRs"lll :

r t Shrubbery. that tine resort. I S.1lIr.. Parrott on their war- t" Cuba Sat'tirJay I Augustine by H G; \\ It" PRICES' ..MODERATE.m T IJ pnTla 10 am i"w E:rti "i i an l.x-:r w: .., '&! i

today and he expressed' great ncrtt: as ;'i They are friends of Mr tins in this city for about two we,-Rind S 2 41 40 pm f-ra 10 10 W 56 aa am e S 4J W pm ItU.'I.\ la'. t:_. : Pm -4.I
i AH tte best varieties of winter bKx { and iII'S. Asa Paine and after S'I 0( 11 10 pn !S I. a'll i.. .\t:.. .b. ., pa
m- did also Robert Murray of the Pot seeing who is I.OH ou his Waf'.1.-' -i mm\ PBOPRIEIOR.MASONIC pro an 7 i" t>ra 91._a"n .t'' 1fa : 13 ,
i fig grafted Roses adapted to Honda de Leon. rei i i! the city and taking some of i iI' it* business connected with his i-. 1(. :>a.I I : .' 1 -= ------ -: I a0 a
D.Or.'e Cit, .. .
i i L..c .a. t. 1 :> : : ::
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a'io other ornamental plants trees audshrubbery 'j drives including that to Ne CJmcrna here. J J.fU 9 (Warn a.. hw 11rM:F
I' .. .
i All pants ,guaranteed Complete List of Guests. I which especially I attracted : 4 !0 pea U-jOaaj .1 ,, F..Ta. ar l III:a: r. i .; ,-O-P;;
---- --- DIRECTORY. JO p T i. so aa I.. : 9
7 1 Grounds prepared and plants cared for. The- fallowing list of nanics, furnished -- Train No. :)C.;] due in Davtu.a .,: \UF\\. 'tail I 'i..I rj :Th-r:>..Ji"I.: ..F. A A MMft iralO45aa_ : r tf : <
> ; Cw .,
the hotel .a. m.j, -- -
by .
J. B. HINSKY authorities, are obtained i4? a. in., was: several ru-urs Sate He1.lYtS'; : H \Pl.*.". :Ii... -. R. .\ M Coa_ -... .. I. a a'a a>. ;.. .... l Ids. ,..,:..
from the bocks;, rescued from thebura- *IksirahlP Vtrod tnl '..s.\ r r a oJ I .
building lots at Silver \IcnJ3. owing to !'(.tae damageic ... r \.ey e-.J x. C.t".

,j "THE FIXES," i g building. All are supposed to have Beach near Automobile Club Hou;, a draw at some point
DaIt.m.1 saftly escaped: i: for sale at attractive prices. Apply I tension. She was 1'E'p' rte i uiut' 1.\:M-tK raJ aud rHVHTKR.4ih Tursdajs No. I. u E.: s>.- I' "#o aa, far aaf Mb7 a..y N *y.e..ns a- ;:::,b.. "ftT; .,tarn. 'ocJ r,. .... -r t.mMr

South RidgewooJ a\'e. : S. C. Andnu Miss 4'urJdiar.Jru.*, I:I, to T. E. Fitzgerald if !hours late leaving Sebastian \.. 01la Ma ouie HaU. orange ateuue J.roa D.con itAHVEL of na A..LOCAL. ca. TUU-srSiss ,, I'tFOt..\Th> --:-- .- 1 H : .. L,-1 t--- .

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