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The Daytona gazette=news
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Ormond gazette=news
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Daytona gazette news
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Ormond gazette news
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Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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February 27, 1909
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Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
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The Gazette-News of Daytona began publication in the 1890s and continued until January 26, 1901. On that date, it was succeeded by the Daytona Gazette-News, also known as the Ormond Gazette-News. This successor newspaper ceased publication in about 1922. Both papers covered news of traffic up and down the Florida coast. The St. Johns and Halifax River Railway, later renamed the Florida East Coast Railway, reached Daytona--present-day Daytona Beach--in 1886, a decade after the city had been incorporated. Daytona proved to be a new American city for the new American Century. With the railway’s arrival, Daytona’s proximity to the ocean made it a premier tourist destination. The history of racing in Daytona is also well documented, beginning with car races along the beach, followed by more organized races inland on oyster shell and later asphalt speedways. The newspapers also reported on the use of automobiles for stumping the state politically. Finally, researchers can find references to the activities of Florida transportation and tourism pioneer, Henry Flagler.
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Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Ceased in 1922?
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v 01. 20, No. 40 Q?e Everywhere. Reicbe All Cl...... Daytona, Florida, February 27, 1909. Beet A

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OBSERVE WASHINGTON i BIRTHDAY[ NEW COUNCIL m l mm ARE ALREADY IN.i I, :.............. ............... ... .... ......... :

f: TOURISTS, ATTENTION!.i.1I } .lit lit katR CITY HOTEL pI ens! the I ;

I Trunks Bags Suit Cases etc. I Ii Some Very Pretty Entertainments DOWN Good List of American and Foreign I'I Y ,

i IV AI)1 ITIOV LINE Tn(I'"Hen Ht'I.L i Enjoyed at Several of The Cars Assured Including i Orange Avenue, Daytona, Fla. !

Hotels. 8-Cylinder Darracq.As ,
Trunks, Hags; Suit Cases Telescopes, Tourist:; Straps, Trunk Straps, I ELECTRIC LIGHTS ELECTRIC BELLS '
I Mr. and Mrs. L II. Cutten entertainedMr. the time draws nearer for the Seventh "
I Shawl Straps, Name Tags, etc., just received, we have a complete TflJOSIISS j
and Mrs. A. Staoles at a George Annual Automobile Race meet on HOT AND COLD BATHS. j'I
assoitmeut of Matting-covered Suit" Cases and Telescopes. Also a I .
I Washington tea Sunday evening. The the fastest track in all the world-the

novelty in a Matting.coveied Hand Bag. orn I'TAL WILL POM-UK THKVAIL,PRICKS table was lighted with red candles and Started Off By Calling; Halt On Daytona ocean beach-every day brings! TABLE flRSKlASS. ROOM FOR A FEW TABLE BOARDERS. II IIGKO. :

the center of red cherries of 'I :
piece was news freshly awakened interest bothin

L THE PECK HENDR1CKS COMPANY.Real ,,'bilea cake was decorated with small Retiring: Council's Streetnaming the United States and abroad. The
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.. c ;. flags and a flag was placed ht each Daily News has it upon the very best MATTHEWS, Prtornlsroa

plate. There was a sauce of red Ordinance. authority that the present outlook for I ...... ... ......... ... .............................
I cherries and in fact this idea was a race meet of exceptional interest, and

.10101010101010101 .1... .IClg.l.ia.I.I.1010101101. carried out in every Cflnceh'lible"IlY M I COMMITTEES I l [ ARE 1 NUIfD.lit [ unsurpassed, yea, unapproached in .Ss***********************.************************** .
making the repast a very interesting all the history of auto racing in all .. :

i Groceries i and attractive one. lit Po the world seems assured : THE MAGNOLIA f

Entries are coming in rapidly now, i
Daytona's new City Council got down and there is every likelihood that the S RIDGEWOOD AVENUE. :

r. .. to business Monday night in their first schedule of events as published last : Large Rooms furnace Heat. Electric Lights. ,;
Mrs. M. IIu ton and Miss Wilder entertained tl
: It has been our aim to establisha : a number of ladies at a Wa h- regular meeting Councilman Conrad week in the Daily News will be earned :- Rates $2oo Per Day. : .
the !
being only absent memb
: grocery here that will meet :'' ing'on Birthday party Monday afternoon The Clerk was diluted to T delay posting out to a dot.Among the. : MRS. CELESTE HINKS, Propritress. ... .
: with the popular wants of the : at their home on South Beach copies of the ordinance changing listed for participation are the cars Chalmers-already .s it a K...........x+r a...a. .r ......a.," " ,.:
: people, we study their wants : five tables were occupied by card names further of instructions.certain streets,"
: and their needs and buy accor : 1 players, bridge being the game and the The Hoard of Public Works presented Pennsylvania Knox, PalmerSinger *.* ************************. *************************.*
Chadwick Buick.
I and
prizes consisting of hatchets. The first the "Recommended W. I THE TLE AVENUE. -
following that MYRTLE
: dingly. We are not overtaxed : prize was won by Mrs. A. Milliard, the B. Chittenden be appointed to fill the The foreign cars entered are the Fiat, : Located. ** .

: with expense and are enabled to : second by Mrs. C. A. Stark and the third 'acancycaust'd by the expiration of the I Renault Conspicuous, Benz Darracq the and foreign Lancis. :. A Homelike Boarding House with all modern conveniences. -

: sell at moderate prices. Giveus : by Mrs. Thomas II. White term of office of E. W. Greene, on the that will do among some time-annihilating cars i i' : Can accomoelate more table boarders. 41 ; ..-
The white ice ornamented :
cream was Board of Public Works."
: a trial for the coming month.CARROLL. : with red cherries and the cake was likewise The recommendation stunts will be an 8-cyhnder Darracq. It a a PRICES REASONABLE.MRS. .t.
was unanimously adopted. would be- worth coming a thousand I C. KOST
decorated with this fruit. so emblematical Notice : Proprietress. :
was given that at the next
of Washington's early youth. regular meeting" of the City Council, or form.miles to The see the new foreign/ cars per-1 +4"45w+...+a.o. .++N...;..* -**.******'N********** **** '
i s.V. i speediest things on wheelsin I
Coffee and candies were also served and
at called for that
a special meeting pur- all the world will be in competition i -,.
: : each guest was presented with a small -ose there will be introduced an ordinance with America machines for the valuable .. HM ..
ilk flag as a souvenir of the occasion. entitled reoee..G.
: cups and big stakes hung up as incentives J Appointed Small Hotel Two Blocks
The North Beach st. Grccer. : The rooms were suitably and tastefully An ordinance to grant to the East from Depot. .j
I to the best effort STEAM
Florida Telephone Company, a corpora- Mrs. Joan Newton Cueno. who holds AND SHADE T1tEES.TIIE.ISLINGTON. _
: Telephone No. 1 W.01010I !J. : tion organized io the State of Michigan, world's woman's record_ on circular I j S
and business in of FlorIda I
doing the State
.101010101.1 .IOIOLOIOlSl0I0E09".6CSg3010...... Mrs. Howard entertained in an informal truck, of one mile in 1:001.3, which was ,
its of I
assigns representatives the .
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way at the Howard Houe in to maintain and .
................................P4 G.................. memory of the birthday of Washington.It right erect construct will Le a star drawing card in her I) 18 South Ridgewood Ave., Daytona, Florida.
operate a telej hone system on. across,
dash beach time. i iMr
on Daytona against
: J. B. (HARRISON : i
was a pretty occasion to have people and along certain streets and avenues of *. Cucno j is one of the few women who f -......... O..O .. J........

: A close examination of electrical : from different parts of the United States the City of Daytona and to provide for drive racing cars. :
1 together upon the evening of this memorable the calling of an election for franchise to '
work finished and for
who will drive Buick
j from t his shop shows hov squarely : day. submit the ordinance to the voters of Sunday liurman, in the New Orleans a races, won the I' >........ ..*.. .........+......Nt....t*.....f>,...... .
Mrs. Howard of white
wore a
: l I and honorably we transact our T Daytona for their approval.The urcuLir track record for 100 miles in Accomodates Fifty.
a business. Electrical repairs receive lace over yellow satin. Her guests were Bond of II. T. Titus as 'olt'.torwa 1:12: :3!) 2"; j : "THE PINES NEW HOUSE.

: special attention. Those i beautifully gowned. accepted and placed on file It should be borne in mind where the' i AH Conveniences.

: t who employ us never worry aboutour the Some fine selections. were rendered on Mayor Greene recommended to the Daily News speaks of Daytona's incomparable Rates: $2.50 Per Day and Up. Special by the Month.An .
graphophone.Mrs. council the of I :
charges, and they know before appointment John Mjersfor beach and refers to it as the
W. K. Ensley.of New York sang attractive house with large and airy rooms, hot and cold water through tb.
: engaging us that our workmanship Marshal of the city of Daytona; S. world's fastest speed-course, that In II house, sulphur or salt "'ater baths,electric llghtefarnaceheatand telephone
: s3' will be the best. I two solos with encore, Mr. Trefferu P. Singleton for Policeman at Waycrossand substantiation of these claims every Some of the pleasant features of"Tb linen"are Its wide verandas and lee Roof .
laylngher accompaniments. Mrs How. G D. Taylor for Policeman ut Midway H.rd"n. affording a flue viewof the country,river and ocean
world-record for
; a straightaway course
1'L e rd then entered the parlor accompanied salaries to remain samp as hereto- I "Th Pines'Isettuated on !South KUlgewo I. the highest avenue In Daytona. .
i .. ,9 1 1 Daytona Electric Co. by Miss Russell recited the* minuet fore. has been made on the Daytona beach,I Uooinssingle oven suite, with or without private bath >
and that if other straightawaycourse
L and danced as in olden times in a most
1 I. He also recommended the following should beat one of these recordsD OPEN FROM NOVEMBER 15 TO MAY i. .
?-l"11 232:? South Beach Street. graceful; manner. Mrs. Culbertson presiding special police without compensation:
.ytona has the track where the trick'iII
...........................a........................ .I at the pianoA A P. Jones for lEo C. It It. \\ again be turneJ. She is destinedto i MRS. J. B. HINSKY, Proprietress.
very unique feature the program X. N Bailey! for Middle Bridge.W. 338 South
remain the envy of the world in furnishing I : Ridgewood Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA.
was the distributing of nuuibe-r, and E. Jones .
************************** *wa** ****************** table two for South Bridge.In : a track nowhere else approached | ...N 4.+..........................+........*..NN..
a were placed trays containing -
II upon regard to petition of citizens to the '
# for width, for smoothness and compact-
i N. ERICKSON little red h.itchets. As a numjer Railroad Commi ions council appointed -
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as ne:s-tsc-cntiak that enable her to stand
was called the holder would selectfrom President Gave to confer with the unapproached. .................. ...................... .........
i Cabinet MaKer.Vood WorKer. : the tray a hatchet to which was commission. I r.b
'Stnator": Morgan also announces
tied a souvenir. I Alderman Schmidt notice that'
gave at I : THE PROSPECT
that three aeroplanes have already been
Picture Frames, Door and \\ lHOf Screens made to order. : Mrs. Howard is"Cry original; she the next regular meeting he would present secured for record trials, and a dirigible' S

I : gives; much time and thought! : to the interests II an ordinance to change the namesof balloon will also be on hand to give the I' I
Avenue D.\YTOJrFLA.: .
Cottage ,1S of her guests; she i is untiring in certain streets in the city of 1),ij tona. carnival attendants a few thrills.INVESTS I South Ridgewood Avenue ;

*.....e.fw.r..**.*......rxtR* ******************** her efforts to make everything pleasant, President love's appointment of committee

hence the secret why so many knock was announced as followsFinance. : f Steam Heat Electric Lights, two blocks from
and for want of room cannot gain ad E. T. Conrad. G i. .\. KKHv
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.. mittance. J. Osborne. depot and postoifice.) Garage on premises.
: R. D. TAYLOR Electrical Contractor : I! Streets and Public Improvements _

.1 L. Smith, P. J. Mill, II. ROOMS ONLY.

: House Wiring a Specialty. .:1 I WANT THE Sanitation.-(5. A. Klock, L. Smith, REAL i ,

E. J Mills.)

I Dealer in Electrical Supplies of All KimK Fixtures, Shades, : uiMing.-J. O>borne" E. J. Mills, II. I r 'tilt I I II I P. J. DOYLE, Proprietor. 1

: Lampli No. S Orange? avenue, DAYTONA, 'LA. j Schmidt i 3
J. J. Randall, president of the Free- ...N.....NN......................................
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pt>rt (Long Island) Bank, an'd a wealthy I .
real estate man of that city has puri 'i :;

,. .......................... ..4INN.... .........* kKK CELERY FARISLOOKING chased i the S. II. Coleman property, on I I IKidgewood 99999999999996999999999 S939999999999+99999999999 t

The United States Postotfice Department 'vlth avenue for a winter j. THE CLEVELANDMagnolia

Bond Lumber Company i i is out with an advertisement (see home.
1 notice elsewhere in these columns) soliciting Mr and Mrs. Randall who have been j jin Avenue, opposite Postoirice 1

bids from property owners for a WELL. the lit y for about two weeks, have Rooms Only Steam llent Sanitary Plumbing. Gas

ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER] .... ... i Building now erected, or for one to be become greatly interested in Daytona, J i Lighted. Everything to date.
PINE AND CYPRESS :end as do others that for up j
i erected, centrally located to be used fora r. v. lit say many i ,
postoffice for a term of five or ten natural: beauty it surpasses! anything'i'i i S. B. GREEN Proprietor. t
Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime I years from July I. 1909, The requirements and O two I. Spring,of who fine has looking between celeryas one th y ha\ee\eTse-en. I ......10..0............................. 1
acres as Mr. Randall is known as the "Father
office and Yards .! < < $I and equipments are specified indetail
and Cement ift Stock. Hallway and Iel/; Avenue : is: to be found in this: vicinity, began of Freeport," for. going there when the !
BO if you want a >ure-paying/ tenant -
)f I LI.4-Bond Mill.Atlastic'oastLtneRy.HM'r1It' .ouh of ODVllle. one who does not find it cheaper to shipping his crop b.stt't'k.. II"' has place was but a small hamlet, twenty ************************** ************************,**
something over an acre now in boards! nM, he has, by buying and I 1 -
years ago.
Kalamazoo Sanford Dr"nrbof the K Jo .C. Ky. move than to pay rent, hunt up what
II I 1 your Uncle Sam has to say and put in a or about ready for blanching and another developing large tracts of land, largely I: K THE HOWARD i ;

Phone 83 I R. J. .""1.BY.anag' r. bid. plot considerably younger coming
very nicely.Mr. modem, up-tu,date city of over 5,000. Centrally located on VoluMa Avenue, the roam avenue from the depot to t'
N...................................NNN.N...... Spring ha the old Zuber place' population.( #: the waterfront on the Halifax; River. Three minutes walk to stores, post- :

Buy Great Property. well West on Secondenue, and in addition Among his other projects, Mr. Itan- (' : office, churches, etc. The Howard n strictly a first class house in every i }

to his celery i is growing cauliflower ta'l! has excavated two large canals, : respect at moderate prices. THE TABLb A SPECIALTY. Northern
......*..................+....... ............i....... Messrs John Anderson of the Alcazar, lettuce beans, tomatoes and various bringing salt water to the doors of Freeport l j I- cooking, the cuisine <'\< ,ptionall good 1. the l>e-t the market affords. Under It .

i WHEN YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING i St. Augustine. J. I). Price and Assistant II.other ve-getablcs. His land U n fine which was originally a mile from I : the direct superv-ion of the pn>pri.'t<>r. The house has every modern convenience

Manager Smith, of The Ormond, have 1 sandy loam partly underlaid with marl the ocean, and reclaiming many acres of i : and improve ment Urge veranda and pagoda and L-t surrounded .

i gt,fling a Gahauiml Iron Tank, a new Tin Kex: of, a Hot Air Furnaee, i recently purchased Bretton Hall Broad I and the baUnce with hardpan. :alt mar -h. I. by lawns and shade trws. Is dr>' aril well ventilated.For i

i modern way and fcoth street, New York; the Between Mr. Spring's place and Midway There are similar tracts of marsh landsin : : : terms apply to the proprietor.
or of the other mt'tall1l't't'8siti"ti required to complete a .
any : consideration is said to be $2.000,000.:
I both north and south of
on Second are anutnbr thiniuoity,
dwelling, remember that The property was bought by the Anderson of truck farms all looking nicely at Da) tona, v.lmh are but awaiting the ; JOHN C. HOWARD. i
A Price Hotel Company, a corporation I all sulTeredsome hand of
the time Nearly developing some progressiveman
but the above gentlemen are the present : .......................... .........................,
I Ii damage from the severe cold sp 11 like Mr. Randall to bring them
: NASH a SON stockholders. These .I
C. piincipal great Cap
I three weeks ago, but win"re tt'ndl'r"l'ge.- from barren wastes to valuable building
tains of the hotel! world" have been
operating Mr
DAYTONA FCA. I tables were destroyed, or badly hurt sites and fertile gardens 1'ost.ibly
Bretton Hall fur years, and now I they have been replanted or replaced bye Randall! may later e>n become interested

i arc heat prepared 11o give prompt and reliable service at fair prices. does take not the mean property that over Florida entirely.will lose This any >th\'r! .winch are now sftowin:? uplJirdy.! uih in this section to take the matter 'Z .9S. Fine Leather Seat
W F. llolm.-s probably| l..n th* largest up him'f'lf. 1
'. : General repair shop on Voluaia Avenue, next to the Armory. one of this. distinguished trio of hotel acreage in celery! of all of the Mr und Mi* Randall toured the East $1

Moguls, which would be a distinctive, growers and his place from the streeti ; ('oa..t last season, and during the races { Dining Room Chair
Plio-se 58. Out of town work solicited. i I
i : loss to the State; on the contrary, it emphaus i I appears as a beautiful sea of green Wt'flit Hotel Ormond, and it was at ,

..e..........we...................o................: the tut of their nureaMDgstrength I While the quotations on Celery are. ihjt time that they first saw and be- Jii. Beautiful m di< ;n, v. ''I s'a \ C Id) t" k M ,,! quarter-uwtd
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Gri "I.-all.d Kat.
and ability to great solid ak w itli a ji J! g -
i I even now very gd. it is said that the; raiiKinterested in I Pa)tona. Business b ,x learnt c. n-ti .' t 1." : t. cote t>It:only beaux
results: in their fieldf peration..California ere-p has tarn marketed witha i i calls: Mr Hand.11 home at prr-n-nt. and tol l our iran rJ3C n. .1' k i -. : ."-_ CXI.IUMUT, lurmni
I out chaps ol a"! i k 's ." >i r ran cut out the
Hosts of Floridians will be- glad to note big shortage still on orders, and if this. toy expttt tJ leave today for I riff-eirt r II dealer' profit a .. : d, .! : J ou at "h.le-.l..
such evidence i of deserved succets. I be the should materially ad Y iurun p jC! So<; '1\, v non' T < .It. '. chair is not
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mOR MORE THAN A (QUARTeR 1 OFA CENTURY tu :y 3\ w" It n', 1 ,a %av eel least 01lolTarln three
I ":lDCf'. as there is a strong demand, an.d Ft. Plains >s. Daytona, and get "d"'r'1.1,'.",n e. .I'.r d,inn-r: '. er<*-"'",:,.
J perch k:1d.t': l.4n, c *. r ics-and tv.-y .r i e l ran "c
b t/ie./ Florida celery growers reap( a rich hat PI'J.t k'Jr.1 t ,.:"i:i kind ol w' <.. J, ? >J.,:" ntkfykJ. -suppl'ying Who Shot that Skunk? vest this season to cump"D.lte| them for r Willis:! I"_ litfrudorf has rf'meUJLt.rt.-d .. ,... \ r .. ,. I, ......'-I ...lift fllat
needs of"n u.Sers.We R. S. and J. I>. Male-y, II. T. Titus the poor results "f |last >ear. theStindird with a copy t-f the Dajtorn. r C'r':: k'f.y, ..., ., y, M I)t I..."'II"..r.r"a.4.I\.11'1'i ;'..i"..w is'.sssu.f' i.......rq..1'I....wK.". ',uses

carry large stof.k'oAcoSrATionARY J / and A. M. Harrison were out quail Ha.I Daily> News: of February 11, FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORY. Bridge and Mona St., Jacilaonvlll.. F''".

PoilrABIE hN.INESBOlLFRr5S hunting the forepart of the week and in w t.ich t.e marked a description of a
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secured thirty birdx One of the party ten-inning! taiball game in which -
Sav.t1II5..lvfoodWorkin, Mtcititt-! New Bridge Said To He Failure. Tha.iks for the ... .... ..
not up on the game list of this section neither nineevrrd *******.**************.*** ** ****i1i N14 :
3 a.,.!a of alt K.nisBeU.ngU eUe erffbe5.QJA found a "bird" annoying the dogs and County Commissioner Bradshaw tatf-. paper[ \\ ilh-, but it makes a fellowfeel : executed at

('" tAHTEt VliULTROTECT ll1. it bringing discomforton that the new bridge just completed o\<*i r eonto' read ",.uth stutf and then see colJi Promptly :
Are TL.r$ dispatched great
Fine J Job b P
tAtt5By..C > NYtLtS.f' himself by MJ doing: and now his: Smith creek is a failure The draw does ram falling ( Monday upon the Irf't"'r i Printing g Gazette News Office. i

companions ou the hunt are asking him not draw. be says. and the entire structure with snoand ue --Ft. Hams, ,
s'TK sr ATLANTA "A. about that t-kunk. will have to 1-e rebuilt N. \ Standard .
numerous questions :...4.444444444444.444444. 141..44.4x444444.4444444..

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Wiggins, of Second avenue returned
I'UIU.ISIIKI: ) EVERY: SATURDAY Wednesday morning from a visitto .. Baldness! Is Too Generally! Considered I NORTHIN'RJ

T. 1.:. FITZGERALD. Editor Havana ('ubs.lhf'rt Bennett who The World's Records That Have Sa: of Advanced Age.A ,

.- -- -- accompanied Mr.( Wiggins! stopped over ball; headed person does not have an .J SPRING --
at Palm Beach on the way home but I jt Been Made: On The Daytona equal chance! w.tfc one blessed: wiih a I

THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY will probably get back tomorrow. Mr ; healthy head of hair: because baldness u __j -- -- ----

t from Havana Beach. too ge'iierJ'.y: accepted as an indication of ., Leave y< ur Florida homes in obis
( I INCORPORATED ) | Wiggins aye the passage I ae. Mary Lire corporations harst.. -

-. to Key West was very rough, only nineI Usually during the winter season if1 lui! .\-." ae I..:;.t.aJ ref: cse to take: men 'f PR> 'F C. E OKTII.You will
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I I out of 156 passengers appearing at the any cottages are left unoccupied it is 1 obey 3; years of age as new emplovees.Almost i
Elltl"n'\1: at th* IWoffioe at Paytona. Florida. as Second Class Matter. tabie. of which Mr. Bennett was ooe.Mt. the beach cottages. Only the robust: I 6,'". cf tu'd headed people may s.- 1 money, worry and annoyance 1 by

_. ill. They care for a plunge into the surf at this regain a go-id head cf healthy hair if they 4
--- --- Wiggins himself ":1.5'ery ) will follow our advice: :and accept our offer. doing, and" when yon return is ply

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. had the vise of the new observation car season; surf fishing b not nearly socood We Live a remedy that we positively }'.- Fall von will be satisfied that

on its first trip from Knight's Key to as it is in the summer and fall, and I' guarantee to giOT uurcnary head,unless 'Js ypT.

One One One copy copy copy three sit one months year month....*"*.?.......::::::::::::.:.:.:"::..::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::$1.30.40.:3 ,, put Miami.on in Another order to of have these one cars each is to therefore the winter the. attraction it is in the is summer.not so great The inI I r i their coma the ruts fc".cks g'aied:! of and closed the! ,' d the We! entirely scalp want has people dead bee, t '.;owl jour Yours trust the right haaJa

--. There i is no glass in these can and the fact. that it i ii less than a month now till to try th: .t remedy at oar rkk.with -ie use
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! l! side openings are as large as three or the greatest automobile races in the history I tint und.:r>tirJi.-ig! that!: ; unless! it des C. E. OSOrnuind

t i SATURDAY' rEURUARY 27, 100" four of the ordinary car windows. of racing will take place on this exiLtiy( what! we cLrm it win: and gives Sdww.

._ 'ai">faction ill ever r-T> -<.t,we shall! make
------ i celebrated beach has inspired numbersof
I no charge: for;> t.: r:' n ;d:: used during the
I people to "get in on the ground floor," I truL 4We
Left With Regret.iMorge .
1ij THE FIRST FAST SUBJECTDISCUSSED and this perhaps accounts for the activity knew exu 'v w'ut: re are tilting;

I T. Hooley, of the North Western over there. I j i about and with thi....>;ler back: of our state-

Life Insurance Co., of Milwaukee, Orders for cottages not only on the ments no one hou'd K"-t.doubt our word I..._Ot) tW00 GCQ **.

i: who has been the guest of )lr. and Mrs.I beach but In Daytona. and for hotel accommodations or res.h-sita' to pet etc remedy to 'an actual A. D. ncBRioef J. B. CQ R"O F. N.POMRAD

: II I I ANNUAL I G. H Seaman for the past week, left are coming in, and if it We want everronixh9i- rin5from : | >r <4dat Cfce-pres. Cabier

I I 11'ednesday for Dunnedin where he were not for the fact that numbers of I any leap< or har"troub'e.! dandou, failling
! t hair or baJnc-i! to ire our Retail'j" I I
: I owns a tine orange grove of 240 or more business men will be forced to forego MERCHANTS BANK
I Hair Toni We want them! to use it reg. I,
acre He will spend two or three weeks the pleasures of the races because of the ul.&rIvI.l until tVee: bottles: have beenu'tland tort Cat
1 PICNIC. By at Punnedm. then visit Cuba, possibly insistence of business call back at home t it it does not eradicate dan-

Mopping at Pay ton a again on his way the approaching race period would witness drutf.clean" and refresh the KaTp,tigbten Capital Stock.... .. ............. .... ... .. ... ..... . $ 50.0CO(

i II' -- --- North. Mr. Hooley who u an old a congestion never before known in i t we the will hair return in its every rxrts ceiit and paid grow us new for hair the, Surplus and Profits ......... .......... .. ...... ...- .. 53,163

i: .Minnoota Day, IVb. .!4Ih, Celebrated "AutonwblHa" Was The Timely friend of Mr. ::'eamau'scame herewiththe I this section. remedy for the mere a. king. There is no Four per cent interest paid on Savings arwuufg and Time Certificates .

intt'nti"of remaining only two ori Hundreds are timing their stay for the formality expeaed and we exact no obli {
r and Interesting Question Session from the whatever. of Deposit Xo notice require! for withdrawals.
:1t 'T\\ iIIJo Cottaseon three da) s, but w'as so pleased with the j race and hundreds who are now sojourning gation user t
\Ve established here and make i
The Ocean bleach.I a Delightful One. place that he expressed regret that titsd! elsewhere will be showing up this_, offer are with a full right understanding: that Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent. j
-- plans prevented him from spending hiaj from this un and the wean side will now j our business s;access entirely depends upon I.
--- -- I If I Ifiitiro vacation here. Mr. HOt>leJ bas 'i become as gy as the gayest j the sort of treatment we accord our 'i...... @ cac*.. Ir.

I LARGE[ MiMBER[ IN I ATTEHDANCE.[ D : A NOTED LECTURER IS COK G.It the! ilistinfcuUhed honor of being a'thirtythird I'! It is of interest to recall the sevt-ralj I tomers above offer and unless we would we were not dar positively make cas-I'

drrn1L.o.'n.. world records for made the I
i U:n that we could substantiate it In every I
RRR I It It -- -- Daytona beach. It runs the full gamut I particular. Two sizes So cents and Jt.oo
I Ii
The Palnietto Club Calendar for February Yorker. which u evidence indisputable that no ... .v
i,, Distinguished :New ,tIt liartli U V nn.r. I'. \ton.i, Fla. NN NN .i. v N "..
Minns-uta oth.: showtd the alteluct'u( Mouldt I other strliightswayUI'St' in all the _---- ,
1 de\oted' U "\utomobilia." ass l\aYh'oa' pleasure and honor to :; world, whether ocean beach or artifi- \UIIt E TO :NON-RESIDENT. I i Go tomm
was held Wtnlnesvlay. February :\, at 'II

o '. *Tw illd C ttsgt". l>a> toiia H,'ach. The I "There is a nit>4ry limit tc ourarhiemeots.but i entertain wife, of New Monday' York William City. Mr.Putcher Dutcher and cially made speedway, i is .nyways near ((1%cult i iRi,0 l"i.-'ir!Klorula.r<>i'Kr-..-n>\rnth l Cur Volu-iu Jinllflttl'.ount Clr-,... ; :
r. ]
I dty probed to l e one of the most balmy none toouratteni >ts. ': is president of the National Association its class. IN ,'H.s:..'':x12.
the head of the 1 kilometer : > Jmi"ttStan' rLt' nit IM"'K) # GRocEey co. 1
I of the K'a>.oa and the }Jionn-\ tans were was the quotation at ; Audobon Societies, is an official of the 'I : : t't'C., \". \"it,... To S..n.R..itl..nt.

ley. Neil I..,,,' ITo
|>rt-s o'ut to the number of about -ithty. page. Prudential 1 late! Insurance Company ; : tx !!
A large! : Minnesota banner tuaroon I Mrs Horace Stewart had charge of 1 mile: :"' 1-5 $\'(."., Marriott, bDle,'. WILL' t.. I.O"-k-
and Uin close touch with the President 1 \oi are .h'reby r.yulr.dto splesrte
: : and gold decorateil the! front tlf the ",t.J II the music i and the pn'grsmt'nt.J j and with Secretary \\illson on mattes 2 miles 5* ..-; sec., iVmcgvwt, PIt Kiil ..t.t'uruplatnt... ..nttter.t,'suae linviii en wlrk.e-iie Y+n'iu-t you. :uh Intorso. : for your Pet (Cream) Milk, (G :small cans for 25c, ,- "

; .J ugt', while,.1 the beach acre the words with elections from The IVhetmauliirl animal racq. I" of Stilt. A. 1'. .w. .
pertaining to bird and merva1 I ..
; .
"Minnesota Welcome" formed of pine ,," played by the l'l'l'IIJ'O'r'hes. i 5 miles: ruin 34 sec., Heiiery lUrracq. 'T5'luun .uartt.w. t. h rrhy1.urnat.d't. to go on yourToasted -'
I tacos and bird protection. J Jj : Ilk OO..JlftI..r Hi whkhthUoni -
rents lowing in bold relief agliuOt: a Itr i 'r ..b.aIlI.'ltUhlbo..J) omt- ..rli for four i Corn Flakes Post Toasties
Mr. Dutcher has been on an'Ctl'ul'rgO.t'rDmefttn't't'natIVDsfrom :* ,.. ... ....
: j .a 'uth. "' .It.
j ; .. h.\ckpn'unJ of bit-tn'-white beach 1.0J.j' Mrs. Thomas White ga>e a good pas ': New : 10 miles: 6 min. 15 -tt. .. } \.'nakl, I ltttn.-.bus hand and-'alufnRtcwthis! IYlh ,

t "' -\u\t'r Automot ies.! from ..ltO'- of i K--l>ni of".. .\. I' t.w.
t At hoou a bountiful and elalvrate picnic fr on t'ln Napier ?
Orleans around the gulf to the Atlantic, j lK'iJ} + errsLI' : Puffed Rice Wheat Berries or 1
I : luncheon was daintily served by the their beginning up to the present time HH miles 7i min. 50 1-5 M-C., 1-Wr- It. <:. .II.wLI.lorputytierk.FITZ ,
1 1! and i* now Ql'Kf\'iDg conditions in this j jlocality. .
, 0 i- lacks in the main rov>m and on the porch ending with a humorous poem on The i I II miu, Renault. ..CN...11.-111.iLl.'...s'ItrE.. ft.r t''''''pIaIIOllllt."huJ i' Triscuit all at lOc each. j
1 "
,; of Twilldo l\.t a.aiehich prepared the Automobile. I Gt'X.. Chamberlin showed the It is confidently believed tint some of ,

; F t way for th,\ \cry (in U>rcM in j program Miss Pearl 5pdulding delihttthe t friend cf the birds around and : these world record' will be lowire\I at So was dismissed l at recess : S. W. Biscuit and Quaker Oatmeal. 2 for 255.x:i :

I, which followed it, and which was Coli audience with her sweet singing of ;! the approaching races, and monster machines Monday' nx>rniu \Va,hinxton's : ii
i I they made a trip by auto to New'Siiurna Cream of Wheat Ralston: Broakfa>t Food or
i bwedbythe sit,Bing of "Hall, MmneK "L'vggo, and for an encore sang, of high power are to compete for Hirthday. after a number of pupils ,
; and went across to Ponce Park '
1 1 \t l" by the entire party. Shlae, Little Glow Worm Miss Mr. Putcbcr u wry much i impressedwith I the honor cf shaving these wonderful! iiaJ i ri"Mnted a petition to ProfVritfUt i Petit John at I5c each. It

The klca of holding a Minnesota reunion Spauldlnj was ai-ixiiujvinievl b% the ore records. \ asking to Lt let out.
i-testra. ., the native attractions of Daytona, : Kumford Baking Powder, 1 pound can 2oc. 1.
was conceived and carried out by .
and speaks in high praise of her many .
Mrs Win Stubenbonl and Miss i
f s Mr. and 1 MrI'aine., of Minneapolis.who A magazine article oa an auto trip '
While the front ,llX'f,1 ,111en'sMinstrel
: charms of trees and vines and flowers. : at The Conrad
.. were ably sia..i"'ted by the IVcoratng entitled: "The Road to >teaaiK hoIDt eveningthe I Liana Slubenbord returned Holiday Grocery Company
Monday i
i of artistic komes.of lovely drives
: Committee, consisting of Judge C. Springs," WAS pleasantly mid by Mr.. cottage of thtit rom a several das'visit at Miami .f
1 delightful b..' ch. etc. contents pocket o with
md} :ire again Conrad Stabenaud K. T. Conrad it CVS. old stand
M. Pond and daughters J. E. Gla s and graham Thompson.The 1, -- James M. Osborn taught tire from s> I

daughters, and Mr aad Mrs. Louis orchestra gave another beautiful .Mme. Calve Will Sing. lantern he was carrying HaJ no xtri) t family I'U North Ridge-. t....... .. ................................

\. Kt','h. all of Minneapolis.After selection which was much enjoed.Mr I II j an attache of the show smelled th \J avenue.

y A luncheon Painemadeapleai-\ .T 11. White then read an article I' Madame Emms Calve, prima donna smoke and searched for the fin. Mr Mr-. N. M. Corey and little son -

1 ant wf Ci>nie :\JJlanJ iatrvniuced. &$ and tbNIJ's most renowned singer, .1
called hTb.utoml.'NI. which created Orborn probably would have leer eft TUt slay for Tampa. the home of
c sirm'lf the ,'utt.rt: ion1'nt. Judge much mirth. : will! be with us about March 10 to 13th painfully burned for the fire was Mrs Corey's parents. Mrs.I Coreyha I ...NN NNN M1 NO ...

rond.\\ h ).in a bright and witty speech C.o'. Burgrnan. of the Wilmaas
The president announced that there j vaJing with great rapidity. l Wtn acting as b *.>k keeper at the
paid t'o.'net'ry gract'(ul cozupluuenls to ; opera housereceived, the following let- r t
would be a lecture en the work of the 1 'in1. r ewing Machine creontreet ] and her sister city. M. PauL Aud.'boa s"'it.hich would be frveto ter from Madame Calve: II j \,'rth peach > for seine months !I THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY :
I It.ibulCub:1. de Feb .
(, The oag Carnival. and an encore 17 de 190':1.j .
all that wL-hed attend. P.l"t.
by )Il'$. M. B Church followed, with j, Peat Mr. BurgmaaI : f( HOLLY HILL 1 -. -- I tC

violin accompaniment by W. E: Blodgttt The General Federation bas set March I I hear with regret' of the destruction t

who all 10th as a special day to be devoted toctics : cf the Clarendon Hotel at abreeie. If' S i
I played the: accompaniments will deliver gasoline without j
and the Civic iVpartoent will; HOLLY HILL. Ftb. 24. i C ORMOXDOR )
r for Mr*. Church and also recited you still think it a." for 01.. under : -Suodij

c 1 neat delightfully a poem entitled hold} a meeting: at 3 o'( \,\:.. that. after- these circumstances, to give a concert i, Mrs F. A. Mann returned to Seabrook'after

r 'lLcHi'h Hdlo! O\D. in our opera house please inform |' spending a few days with hr i any charge f for delivery at .4
t MOND: : } h..4.-Mr. and (rs.i
t J. A. Uid wav, secretary of the MianepA4is Nomination hp,> were distributed l and < me by return mail and I will arrange for daughter: Mrs. MerLel. [

Park l '.r-j. next spoke very members asked to fill them out and hand : adttiniteday between March 10th and Last Saturday a son was tarn to Mr I John ladder... uf d :srerson. N J., are I any point in Daytona Sea !
spending .k f w d.i in Onnond. They I II ,
iaterv>: tiiiy! and intructively: on theparkwavs them in next meeting.The 15th to be with! you: with! my company. and Mrs. Lote Ca\e.
ae LH th' t'lr briiial : and will from j II .
I of !linnt'3.ihkh! wasfoNowcd child actors two pJcas.n : Your truly. E nl.LYE, Miss Mann went to; St .\U U..tiD" Sat I rp go
gave ,; se- i I here t., ran ford to v 1o.t COUMSS.:: then by breeze Daytona Beach Or-
f by another charming solo l Itvtions, and the audience was delighted : Hotel ScviiLi. Uavaaa, Cuba. urday.Wednesday. i 1
boat Jacksonville thereon
to leaving
"1 "",...>.n land" and ('0.1'y. Mrs. to hear that the: children would Bite an )Ir. Burgruaa is making all preparath Mrs Davenport, bt'rJill 11
1 the Hyde Line arriving home about
-f Cburck. entertainment in the club room early >a for the advent of Madame Calve and daughter and Mrs( Kaylor spent tin- i mond or Port Orange. Quality
t :'1. I March t>th. Mr. Bender is cue of the ii i ji
Mr. Paine then gave an interesting nut w vk. and: so informed the prima d"1Da.1. day at Port Oraas
i !'
i most successful'Df'N in the
; talk "Autoiuobile! Reads Florida seats have been reed Mrs. Kline and sister Miss FeJ-mtbal.
oa in ready many res and
Mr. Wilkersoa gave a short t k0 i '!) vicinity of New York. i quantity guaranteed. i
f and Minnesota I ," and was followed by the Amcncaa Wouiaa's I i i I for the occasion by the residents of Day were in Seabreeze WoJoedIiY1&m; on ; '
: : League.That .
i Mr. K'h1 1b,) ihvxw for his subject tonaaad'. abreeie. and it looks M if friends at the Coloan ales Hotel. ] 31rs. J White Bt-IciMruJ M h.-'S' Linie
( and delicious cake served I Call Office Phone 12S
were :
The line Art of Minneapolis," and in !I: the capacity of Wilmaas opera house; Amount; our visitors this wr-t were : Mian are spending a few days at Palm: l
l :,
I his adtke.vJ pii.1 tribute ts) Arti Koehkr and .M.vial: hour enjoyed.) will be U\cd to its utmost. the Rev. A J. Wilder of Dayton and Beach. I : Mills Transfer: 77 I

.: *l that city. I The afternoon closed with a :short busas (1in ----- --- the Misses Ware and Mathews from M-a- .\. MiU-hvll. *ho BAS beta here a few :j

Mrs. Cfcurxh again delighted the party I meeting. : breeze : weeks. married "home OB Friday to : Warehouse 60 1 I

)t witk a sold "Ju.t My Style." following Miss Congdoa and Mi.'s Feaeh sere Mrs Chas. WetherelU '. .bh been Newark. N. J. Mr Mitchell is a i lar el l''' : Kerosene Oil Delivered by Tank Wagon

wfcieto W. IV Kevd, of Ha>ting#, Minn. the hostesses for the tvrnoon. c PORT ORANGEMrs ) suffering: from aa attar i of porumoBi" fertilizer manufacturer of that piac J

aired a iYM diva of thaaks: to Mr. is now recovering. G..1. C rl -ton i U brining down 500 t: J Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils.

sad Mrs Paine for their !happy thought boles ,tl oranee per seek from .
% H. H. Knappe was hostess of Mrs. Heath entertained: few friends
ui kokhiK: the ei-:ebratk>n and tkeirVwtfrti Auto Party <.K To Orlando. M..uad Grovt- for L. Knox. 0
I the card party Tuesday ev enin t of last on Thursday exeoin i; ......... ...... .... ... ........... .4...
h toward tuakiu it ?s> pta! >aat 11>Q Fi"C' aetewt4ika inN with a 'y Onnond eekbrattz'! the :nd by A

'I event, and it was unaaimou y voted l I I party of winter residtcts and tourbudroe 'h'iss Wm. etoercli.: Jr.. oas some try but rare m the momrn:. etevro bloats( :
Mr. ; and twochildren sad her ----I
i that I : tansey : fine celery: on his let djvuu&? tba ricer ]
+ the ,14th February be hereafter: to Orlando Sunday .ita<- s Miss Vaa Pelt: -
I*tt'"r. arrived from Chicago
''i road that has attracted much atteatienfrom
n viUrb celebrated as Minne ota Day- 'j Not S? T* in that potty inLiad city and: 515. .".1. a bnvU o gft.oJem3rd Si.4tb. 4
t I iturUsy sad are guests of the Port "!
All joiaed In siogiDgAxenca," thurtvc48s Ii returned Tue>dy.i paaters-by. AH who have tried it < Cuiimitlcv aniwrll.. Hvp- .

..a ; the first ctlibmtwn of Miaatx; i I Toe J..ittyQpri -J. Mr. and Mrs. Orange Mrs. Itabeockwasboetissof Hv1 :t'; the church pronounce it particularly good a* it has kin nd Cft 'jt': ;.. Course Su: illi1t- '! OUR FOUR CARDINAL PRINCIPLES-1j: ,
;; I ltIy. a iy a:ways to b r pkaaUy rt C.M.ilder.. Mr Wake well. Mr. and that rich, nutty :fs\tJr so desirable in Winner: U.t-tfb: Killtb Jl. Carie-
I last
tea Thursday w.sted by Mra. W.ess;
l t tueraLerrd by those partKipatii: Mrs, E. H. Ritchekkr. Mrs U 6. Han- and Miss Elliott. celery.A: too and Cc.fcIlftU: game ia the after ,;

e Fbauaisg is S I tt those present: and Mr I Sounders, Miss B. Wilkinson came ap from Hawks no.o. and .; :: a.. at the! Cm i in thee :
We ad: quite a sudden death in ourvillage ABSOIUT Insured I
AA I"f. Mrs ASA Paine. Mr*. C. B.Poor. Saaaders. Mr. and Mr>. Lisdke Mr and Park today and sill. return Ooo>e tomorrow E'\'f'nm' ;. SAFElY! by J
Mr. Reifxujder. '
Thursday m '
Vr*. C. W. Us k.fU. Ekaaor Met V> l N. W. WeiL. Mr and Mrs Marcus who has been rnin ill ;;for some time! -, accompanied by Mr Wilkinson Mss 'd db-.... has b.. n '\uite

Mrs.I M. WS"Ik-nJwoimcr, Edwin M.Waw. ; H. Rogers Mr. anti: Mrx t". VcLATtu. ., woo ha been for about a act-;k "ith ;ill: bnt ;s n o 110 much hr:..r *; s re glad:
Morris L Ft-ckbcrn. Mr*. Kt Mrs. T I.ongstrctS! Mrs. T. B. pa tsd away and was aid to rest m our her.sister Ms C r \\ethett.I.: r .. -. Capital $1: <<)).' n.l i
cemetery Friday He :leaves s wife lad
.; risL.VU.-htyro.M-. H :npb.'U. ...JIt'N.11. _Vatbocy and Mrs. 1
> Rose --- --- '- 1
:' I K. :son to mourn !his departure, as well *s --- Surplus $250,000
II.Cacopied.! MrsEdaa o.
! I :d V Croock- The rod ht'\.n raytona and FV- '
:: ; K. Clara Bvhi\it. Mrs. Libbie; Chaadier.! Land is reported to be in fairly g.','dconctuoo auaaerou Mr_ and fruuds.Mrs. Tyoo: are hmtiogacoo- Found! Stockholders! LiabilityActual $ll\J.t < H '

Mrs. K. V. UDoW) *. Mr>. John FJUott.JotaEtiiat. w ith the exception of about A dainty, resting-place for burning,
I cote: Mock wall I built along the front oftheir "I
a \\UIui-u B Road C B. ant mite this side of M; .\rara t. which k.: on Dun'.awton! aching, throbbing fret ?eourity to dei>oitorNuTE > '", ).t" r I

1'! 1"J.. H )I.u:Jfy., MM. J. H M I<*.- is trey "( art:.x Th! read ar the The Actors Child Le.iae of: \ work Sip YC\.U' feet into \lute HO:5eThev'U

i : fcy \'barl.1 Poad. AJella! Inhale SS : jt. Johns ricer w abad! for abva a Shoe
:I \"ny't'i a most :interesting as well u :- This Bank i is Number One ;
f I r H> K-lt. V1CHarks )I. Pood For-! ffiiV The roads in Orange: nn the Hi ; ; a"of
\'tr.t.Y aresa.d
: make
amusing entertainment :a
o Saturday evening snug
eacr.l. PooJ. Edwin W. Kol.v.'nj. Mraad to be excelled.All t Xauooal Banks in Flufida-- whale
and Xou Io7 _
covering fcr fe '
l: in Ridctwood Hail: ?: >our graceful M-$ r. E. .",,(rsid. rot C. G.Edwani a all the! drive to Orlando ;i. said k

; >, F. H. BLWL P Biair. to very pleaAaat, the dataace. betweccliytoaa 1I Burn and aches give place to a handsome United su: *, amoa,: over sixty eight hun.i" Naiiort4: !.

:h I. W. l: l\k> C. tSI.ts. Lur 'a* and that city King ; t.3 auks hospital and S.tnitariumQttS.: glove-like comfort ianks. J

A. }1tiM, VVHeJva MuJ kntt r. AWo a* ...bQ"o by the
spedomeer. The dieUaces Mrs. Lose' Wt'bb.t-I' has .1o:5..JeJr WHITE HOUSE SHOES.For .
alt Jr.. CaMme.
between \anous cities, town aadtiaajJet r\vered as to leave the Daytona Hose CONSERjfATISMProven j

Jerepbioe M-*. LOKS Koch. J : aging the route start k fromIVvtoca ;"ulUd aait&rran v'ter seven weeks. | Women SJ.50. $4.U. < .l" For Men N.5O. 54.00. 3.tU. 5o.U) I j
.\ ,. W B. Ke ire :a> follow: ii!ne>*. She :left yesterday for :Nsw _\\ D vFLR THO.M: ;! ; ;. :'HEN: by ur and 1
ncees ..
1' >.. Ms-U. 11. Britiow.: Mrx M C. our ivju: :: 8.
0 Pluto*: >a\n A to visa: Vr sister Mrs. EVnlCBKk. i j
Bcsete t'hil J. x-feaab, Mrs.! P J. :3.1 LVUad.2S6 SQUARE DEALING

: Scfcwb. Dorot: Her Ors Mr L. JohBsoo Pat shoes the ounssfer -- I
t ge Gty. > o. ha returned to )i new on y

1 r Mynrs Paine: !iek"GPs n*. Master .\:> 34,3 EsterpriMf. her home a: Daytona Be...h after a. Look at them in a week -. Asia ur patron

stea Btodstu. .b lIU Kx-h. M:. and "1" t :Hn.t two 1Ioee"st4!. I *
scra.d.a.pdeu. almost
Mr Robert Jvaa Laws I::.."yre usually l battered. i
>z.o. Kt h. MJk : >.: St. J' aas Riga Ff'lTY. A ait a Hxrt the colored Wvr.u who I L COURTEOUS TRATMENT"F
Get of Busier Bro"
a pair -n
' a P JBe. H. L, Craa*. A'fcvri: Uad-
t : Surd. was thought to be fatally' shot about .
' eke Mrs. .V. tUkk-.... E. M Niandr. ... atCYs eS. 1 e :
'Ii 3. 4 Leas aridl three a.t.\)o. u well oa tie way U) ; +n '. aa account w;ca'n an.1.. t.iU''i. ? e .L
Mr John Nut.If' doesn't
$ l'I \ :c1.hrt..kor.I I Salt KTipoig, lucking mar
0 .ttc.iitr SFr II. recovery o aad will sooo: be discharged l'
}'rank n K. F'twmld. Jr V-s \\TK I .
IH" Ma taoJ.: A sew pallet at the 5 Iunum 1.t tLu they thrive on knocks. They rMeru.
it E.; Hull J. F.
biasbits' !etephtteInn ti 7 0 H uj: t.-.s. MIS& Ca.vaae V MacooiKr. Martha FIRST NATIONAL BANK.: !
4 For mia. .Vr Vn<<:uc l). find T35 Oriaado.G. BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOESFor V !

Fetr .eats! Mrs. Peter: >.eas. Mrs AJ- scene $1.30 to $2.50
r BK,i Jr. Vrv \\ Kithlrea; Ingraham indfr.eiJ a yoslt 1I
tt }
*oa $ rot, I
I i WiN Fo fcr.? of the Fester Aj from S .\. :1..._.. :
1 Mr;-. I .\. lvm.0*, Fracas W Ko..-vmMaUr :. Augustine. ire foe u ; ST. AUGUSTINE

At: ;. L; Fit>J .ut, Vrv,& A. Renords a.hert sin t a roes, was of Mr*. L \,.\. Kawscaoi Sooth Beacharthiving ,

: I; I 1Y ixrs &ion the city a hort tithe Ssturdar irnved Wednattlay. THE PECK-HENDRICKS CO.. Daylona. Fla.1 jj, ;


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Mrs. E. C. Totman was in the city Mrs. W. E. Blodgett and sister,, :O..................................- ...............+:1 t tI I ,

Wednesday from Ormond. Mrs I. A. Barnes went south Saturday -

Jndga J. Lee McCrory was in the at Palm afternoon Bea--h for a few days st-n. Seabreeze and Daytona Beach II

city from DeLand, Monday and JOE OSBORNE
I I Tuesday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John Elliot, of Minneapolis -
: MRS. tI. A. BERNARD, Editor. t00N ,
Minn friends of Mr. and I
and Mrs. Lester Wilson, of Mrs. Asa Paine, arrived Saturdayfor .- 000N00...0000010.- 000'.- .- ** >+- ++....+.+............
Freemout, Ohio are guests of The
a short stay in the city. SEABREEZE Feb. 23. Mr. and DAYTONA
BEACH, Feb. 23-J. N.
Tourist. Mr. Wilson" is a prominent -
Mrs. C. B Fogg are entertaining )Irs.Fcgg's Gamble arrived from Cincinnati Saturday I
attorney of Freemont. F. W. Hatch a prominent orange Sanitary andVentilating. !
brother and his wife Mr. and Plumbing Dealing
: our store your store New, grower of Oak Hill, was in the city and will spend the remainder of ,
catchy, up-to-the-minute goods com There was a regular meeting of Saturday the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. E. B. Goodrich, of Washington, I). the season! at his winter home on the

ing in daily. Prices are and always the Oak Chapter No. 1. 0. E. S., J. M. Chaffer, of Kingston.H. C., who have been in interior Florida for Halifax.

have been right. Reference any Tuesday night,at which a candidatewas I same time and are now enjoying the Mr and .Mrs. A. J. Costa, of Hinkley,

body. L. II. HOWE & Co elected to receive the degrees.; G. Zanders and family, of Chicago I beauties of Seabreeze, o\er which they III., came in Saturday afternoon from

The Jewelers. are occupying one! of J. R. are quite enthusiasticSome : the South and have taken rooms at the 1

John Pollitz has resigned his position Malby's houses I'n Orange avenue. twenty guests from the Claren E. A. Branch home. Their friends, Mr

Mrs. T. G. Wagner and baby re- with The Globe, and is looking Mr. and Mrs Zanders: spent last don cottages and others nearby are having and Mrs. Henderson, arrived Monday

turned Sunday from Fitzgerald, for another place. Mr. Pollitz winter in Daytona. their meals at the Clarendon grill afternoon and joined them on Seabreeze Complete Gas Plants Installed.
where Mrs. had been had been with The Globe since
Ga Wagner room. The ocean bath rooms have been avenue The party have been touring
been visiting! her grandparents for 1901. Messrs. Wilbur and Harvey Cole- in order the electric reinstalled t
put lights Cuba and Southern Florida in party,

several weeks. tAutomobile\ tires and inner tubes man,ten who days have looking been after here business for the and things are running smoothly for I, and came to Daytona Beach to be well Plumbing and Heating Supplies.

past the accommodation of guests at the grill located for the races.
Williamson has secured vulcanized at Oliver's
Earl tile garageMr. interests departed Thursday the
room. Mrs. :Mary Glenn Miss Edith D. Brass and Qalv. and
position in the R. S. Maley hardware former for Chicago and the latter Pipe Fittings.
held! and Mrs. C. L. Spencer and C A. Ballough, who came down from : Glenn Madison, X, J.; J, I). Davis, .
store formerly by Harry
for Minneapolis.Mrs. ,
Erickson, who is now employedin daughter Mrs. Pratt of Nicholson, ] Washington, D C., on matters of business Minneapolis Minn.; C. Clark and wife,

the Smith Barber Shop. Pa who are guests of The Riverside D. A. Blodgett and children several weeks ago, expects to leave IXtroit, Mich., are among the recent
are enjoying their first visit to arrived Saturday, accompanied by Wednesday his return. arrivals at the Seaside Inn. Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps. s

CF< R REST-Furnished cottage.Dr. Florida. Mrs. Blodgett's sister, Mrs. C. G. Cement sidewalk building on front of James Henry Brooklyn. X. Y.; A. K. r

P. R. Bennett tf Adam: Shantz and sister who, in Matthews, of Atlanta, and went at the I\nowton! block resumed!operations, Waldcn, Philadelphia; R. E. Glenn, Niagara Hydraulic Rams.

with others made a visitto once to their beautiful winter home, after a holdup fora week or mote on Red Lion, Pa ; Mrs.: Kate Fix, Dallas-
II. D. Fluhart has moved his collection company on South Ridgowood avenue account of the rtou-arrival of material. town, Pa., are guests at the Daytona Jf
Havana, Cuba, are again at home, Ireland Pipe Wrenches
of paintings from the second In the meantime the public generally Beach Hotel.A .

flcor of the Peck block to a room on having returned this morning They G. J, Gundifinger and family are has been greatly inconvenienced by the pleasant party from Surf Crest, as

the first floor with show window went to Cuba oa Wednesday of last ocupying# the Dr. II II. Seelye residence tore-up condition of the side walk. follows: Mr. and Mrs. McLeide, Mrs.

and entrance on Orange avenue.A week. on South Ridgewood; avenue, Among the Sunday; arrivals at the Field, Mrs. Saunders Mrs. Rogers and

letter recently received by Mrs. W. P. Lan \Vorthy, Mrs. having rented the same for the balance I Princess Issena were Ceo. II.; Weston, little Virginia Kurtz spent Saturday I JOE OSBORNE The Plumber
the Norman
par of the through
Florence Newell and Miss Newell, season Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Arnold, picnicking below Port Orange. They ,
ties in this the information
city conveys S. Dayton Heal Estate Agency
that Arthur Ilaigh, well knownto of North: Ridgewood( avenue, returned Boston; E. K. Criley, Misses Kathleen had a most enjoyable day. I.ii

many Daytonians had died of Tuesday from a week's trip, The L. M. Murray property, oaNorth and Martha Criley. :Mrs. Voorese, who has been at Surf Phone 96. I 11 I Orange Avenue.

apoplexy aboard his yacht at some which included Tampa and Palm Beach street, just outside the Basil Duke and mother, Mrs. Duke, Crest for some time, is now with Dr. 3
who have been at The May field six eeks Dais, pantheropL.t. Seabreeze avenue.
the Florida Key Beach. rity limits, has been sold by R. L.I
point. among \ s. Smith to A. N. Marshall, of Norfolk, past, leave Wednesday for Pensacola. :Mrs. C. A. Phillips, who is spending the a.- ;

J For Rent or Sale.-Two modern cFOR RENT OR SALEFurnishedcottage Va., who will make some improvements where they will visit with friends. winter here with her husband, has purchased KCombined

furnished houses on Bay street near 107 Orange avenue, I*. D. in the same this season, but SEABREEZE, Feb. 21.-At the two lots on Peninsula Drive,
Beach. Southern desirable Pitcher next door east. tf will' the house until south of the M. E. Church. Mrs. Phillipsdoes
exposure, a not occupy next meeting called)) by C. F Burgman, at
location. 200each. winter. Wilmans opera hove Monday night, a not expect to build on her propertythis Comfort
Mrs A. Brevvster, of Silver Creek.
E. Rush, Ocala, Fla., or real committee was appointed to ascertain year.
any I
N. Y., and her daughter Mrs. Geo. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Jones. togetherwith
estate Daytona Fla. tf from Dr. Potter who the I DAYTOXA BEACH
agent was not at Feb. 24-Mon
R Moore, of Fredonia, KY., are a son and two married daughters withStyle
meeting exactly what concessions lieasked day evening the official board of the M.
recent arrivals. They are stopping$: and three children, are
Miss Parker who has been occupying
Maggie of the town, and afterward" to E. Church met to take up the question
with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Dyne on at The Riverside, on North Beach 1>r. P. R. Bennett's house corner I
get an expn-SMon from the property of tbUich l'nJargl'rnl'Dt. Me.-brs. Burdickand is
Fairview avenue for about a month street. of Ridgewood and Orange avenues
holders as to their willingness to concede 1 Buckland submitted plans for extension -
laving[ rented it for the balance of
left Mr. and Mrs.
Monday join
Dr. nn' \irs. Wilbur Lasher the same! to be reported at an adjourned at the southwest end of the
W. H. Parker at Dania where Mr. young lt\ ndal \,,1.i.'f'nm New York the wood season They are from Kirk. mcvting Saturday night. The church. After some discussion, modification The Secret of the
Mo. '
Parker is engaged in trucking. Prof and: Mrs .!i...!mi: Lindahl of committee were: W. L. Sonntag S. of the plans were suggested and

&Dr. Houghton, dentist west end Cliicagv and A. Pel-vskib Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Stubenlard, Ilaigh, It. M. Knowlton, II. G. Wilson, the committee instructed to report at -FAMOI'S-:
sister Xh-s Slwvul-o of Chicago Jr. for New York It. Swift. It is understood today that an adjourned meeting Wednesday night.
South Bridge Peck block, phone 32. : departed Monday ,
are loontf 1 with I nand Mrs. S. W. business interests necessitating Mr. the concession asked by Dr. Totter and I The E. II Kittridge new building on

Miss Laura Norwood, of Ocala, is Carroll, n Ncr'.h J-ji-h street Stubenbord's presence there by the his associates is the abandonment of Valley street is beginning to loom up in Dorothy Dodd Pumps and Oxfords

in the city for a visit with Miss first of March. Mr. Stubenbordsays Ocean boulevard from Grand view ave I shapely proportions. The frame is up 4a

Bertha Williamson. On.the way cSitnalion Wanted. Practical he had an unusually pleasant nue to ocean, in rotiMderation of which : and the side walls are partly shingled.Mr. .

here Miss Norwood 1 stopped off for a .Tinsmith and Sheet Iron Worker limo while here this winter and he the company propose to erect a $30,000 Durham, of Conneticut, is a guestat

several days'visit with friends at- wants workof some kind. Charles wan very loath to go. hotel building. The Pinehurst. We all k
tending Stetson University at De- B. Garrison, Fort Pierce, Fla. Postmaster Britton and his capable Mi-s Irene E>ch entertained a number are showing

Land Mrs. Louise Rogers, who was a asti-tant, Miss Eaves, are working: about of her young friends at her home on

Mrs. Grotjan, who has been guest; of The Cleveland five years fourteen hours a day to keep up the PeniiiMila Drive Monday from 5:00: to the latest styles in -

For Sale.-Lot on North Ridge- spending the winter with her daughter ago returned to Daytona Monday, office work. Relief has been promised S-OOp: m. The young people enjoyedan

wood; frontage on three streets. Ad- Mrs. Ronald, leaves Tuesday for purposely to see Mrs S. B. Green. them by way of a second :assistant i i oyster bake "in the open" and af Pat., Gun Metal, Tan

dress owner. Olive It. Garland, :!77 St. Augustine, where she will remain with whom'she will stay for a time Mr?. George A. Flagg, of Springfield t ti terward adjourned to the parlors where

Broadway, New York City. with her daughter$: :Mrs. W. L. Mrs. Rogers has been travelling almost Ma.-s., a guest of The Princess Issena, i I vat ious games and charades were en- and White Canvas

Cook at the Hotel Granada until it constantly since she was here died at C o'clock Monday evening, of j 0)'t-d. Later delicious refreshments of

Mr. McCord, a sojourner at New i is warm enough to leave for theNorth. but has kept up a faithful correspondence heart failure after a sickness of only a ice cream and cake were served a la Pumps and Ties.-...

Smyrna assisted in the music at St. with Mrs. Green. few hour The body was shipped Washington style

Marys church Sunday, singing for North from Bingham & Maley's unde Mrs Jenner and son, II. W. Jenner, .

the offertory "One Sweetly Solemn 6Two well furnished cottages for The Actors Child League troupe taking parlors yesterday. Her two of 1-awrenccville, 111., and friend, bliss e

Thought. There will\ be special rent six rooms bath hot and cold went to Ormond Tuesday afternoon daughters woo were here with their I Greer, who have been occupying the = M. B. AULTMAN =

music every Sunday at St. Marys for water electric lights, fireplace. for the purpose of giving an enter- mother left on same train. j,. Freeman cottage the month past, will ,

the present. Orange Ave.. near Rid ewood. R. tainment in the evening Mrs. Whip- Miss Minnie Kelley'yesterday sold the ;; 'leave the latter part of the week forSt. I

J. Malbv. Bond Lumber Co. tfirs. pee, the manager, says they have Walker l beach cottage to B. F. Martin- Augustine, homeward bound. Phone 2. NV* give votes In this Bu>li-M.irTonl Piano'ontest. Beach St. 1
$Collars 2 cents all style of shirts done extremely well here and have Mrs Katherine Gailock, Mrs. Ida
Martindale is
dale of Sanford. Mr. tolave
10 cents, with work left and called I ;\ Burns and Cedar corner street of is PalmeJLoavenue making been kept so busy in the city and possession in thirty days Mr. Schultz and Mrs E. E. Kibbie Stalker, __ ___ 4
i ,
for at Daytona Steam Laundry il vicinity that have far visited -
they so touruts spending the winter in theBliekman
I for the cultivation Miller and family are now occupyinghis t .
extensive t preparations .
few other places. They expectto cottages, have returned from
A who returned from of and other flowers on very cottage'!, but expect the carpenters
gentleman roses
I ; remain here two or three weeks a trip to the Gulf, via St. Petersburg.Mrs. si ss.P.R ifSc i..i
have their rehmnl' in readiness for ; I
Palm Beach by train, after going the Palmetto avenue frontage of her I longer.Osceola. to llibbard a millinery busi- i" aJ
excavation filled i hem by that time. opens
down with the intention of coining 1 lot. having a large the this I
McC'ulIough building
flees in
back the with of rich hammocksoil I II. E. Nut-Imum, wife and parents
on the Constitution ways quantities Tribe No 21, Imp O. It. week f
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Nu&baum, who have I
boat was too crowded for him. lIe for that purpose. I M., held a special meeting Wednesday '
says she left Palm Beach with 12u I night at which Fred Caldwell bern located on Valley street have The Clarendon orchestra rendered a d. SCIli\LID. ?\. I D. i Fitzgerald &: Oates
The Christian Endeavor Society eased Col. Shallner's cottage, Bide-a- spl.-ndid program at the Seaside Inn
aboard and reached here received the and I
passengers adoption degree, !
last night with a full passenger list of the Congregational church will several committees reported favor- Wee for the remainder of the season.C. I Sunday evening. The Misses PearlSpaulding Physician and Surgeon.; Attorneys at Law

serve a New England Supper in the F. Burgman was in. :New Smyrna I and Dorothy Hubbell sang 302 North Itidgcvtootl I
ably on the applications (if ten or a Special Attention to Examining and
*A bazaar will \he held Seabreeze Social: Hall on Tuesday evening, Yt't-terday. j solos, and the evening was thoroughly
dozen faces who elected Perfecting Land Title.
pale were I'bone 193, Dayton, Hurida. !
Congregational church Wednesday March 2!, from five until nine o'clock. Messrs Mel anahan and Bliss made a enjoyed by the guests and visiting cottagers. -
to take their degrees at the next Office hours 10 to 12 ,
a. m.
afternoon and evening, :March :t Supper :.TJ>, ice crE'am and cake Ifc. the first Wednesday boat trip to the Inlet yrsterd.iy. and I : Conrad Block, DAYTONA FLA.
regular meeting,
Fancy articles, candies, ice cream, had a fine day of it, but found the Mr and Mrs. Samuel Hawks, Miss 6tuSp.m. I
in March.D. .
cake and coffee, trill be on sale. James Barrett of South Palmetto log poor. fillh.j I :Sallie Hawks, Coming N. Y.; J. W. Carr I). fAodU Ben ebb 3
avenue, who broke his leg Christmas Ind. The foundation has been laid I Howard, Miss Howard, Aberdeen, Miss., DU. d. K.I RAWLINGSPhysician :
E Snyder, of Playmouth, I I LAND1S: & riSIi
Miss ChristinA }Day is having a tedious confinement W. are among yesterdays arrivals at the1).tytona
Royal Houghton, has rented Mayor E. W. Greene's i new cottage for Mr II. Brigbant,on
and William Young, guests of being still confined to his bed house, 25! South Ridgewood a lot recently purchased on Valley I i 1 each Hotel. & Surgeon. Attorneys at Lu\\'

The Gables made up a charter He was up a few days about two Mr. and Mrs Snyder 3\"l'nue'l street. It wilt be a 3-room bungalow )DAYTOXA BEACH, Feb. 25.-Miss I'mcllrlng. < In all State and Federal

party that took the Tomoka trip weeks ago, but probably took cold Thursday from Eustia, SEABREEZE Feb. 2.V-Mr. and ; Snow, of Atlanta, U a recent arrival, i Office or Vulusia avenue first door Courti careful Ov II or Criminal business gU- t
Sunday in the "High Ball. On and his leg swelled so that he wasobliged had been for a time. They are accompanied -' Mrs. II. D. Woodward and :Mr. Wood i i I pleasantly located at the Daytona west of Hankina Pharmacy. Special perfecting facllllleiforlnTentlgatlntand title. I
the return trip something gent ) to go back to bed. Leland Florida.
: by Miss Steckman, of ward's mother, Mrs B. W. Woodward, Iteiuh: Hotel. .
t wrong with the engine while near and Mrs. C. C. Matthews i Mr. and Mrs. and :Mrs. Wcyler's u I
follows .
i F M. Ackley, of the W. S. Edwards Plymouth are entertaining A house party, as Isaac A.Stewart Kg'
Ormond and the balance of the E. L. bTEWARTPhvsician 'OB"I
I trip Electrical Fixture CII., of of South Bend, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. : Mr. and Mrs. John E they,of mother from Indiana arrived from I
home was made overland. occupied on Bay EI'hl l f the south yesterday, and have found : and STEWART & BL
Chicago, is in the city accompaniedby Snyder a cottage West Chester, Pa Miss Mary I" Surgeon .
street last winter. :Mrs 1;. 1;. I i Il'kI' tsant accommodations at Surf Crest. I
I who will remain Toledo, Ohio, Col.and : : IXjdfceof i
tSu EI AT Li+ -The Adam Schantz Mrs Ackley, : Special attention to diseases of tLr Lawyers
Plant has just received a full supply I here for a week or more, while Mr. few Denver, Col., and Mr. and Mrs Will : Mr. Youree and son, Charles Y ouree, Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office : I
' of incandescent lamp Ackley makes a business trip to The fire in Midway some Sharpless of Nest Chester, Pa., who i.>f :St. Louis, who are season guests at : and residence. MAgnolia"t'nne.. 3rd I Office next door to Bank Building,
weeks ago, which destroyed Will came up l last night from Miami. Also Siiif; : Crest have just returned from awetk's door west of P. 0 telephone 82. I De Laud, Florida
other They are topping ..
points. iams' Hall and several other adja- : Offlc. hours 9 a 111. t II p m.
8. C. Farris, of Fort Mills, S. C., with Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Taylor, on F. T. Faxton, of Kansas City, Mo vi.-it to :Miami, and were very I --- -
cent buildings, seems as is often Mrs. Wood : tout h pleased to get back to this section : ---
accompanied by two married l daughters South Beach street. Mr. Huey is a brother INSURED:
Mrs. Wilson, of South Caroline the cane, to have but prepared the ward, Sr., and Mr. Fa' ton is a nephew.The of the East Coast again. : A. ILOCITITLES: I

and Mrs .Anderson of Plant The Auxiliary Board of the Colored way for better buildings, as one or fani'ly and friends are having a !!, George: W. Bristol and wife, of Mason. I and I i Volusla County Abstract. InvestmentGhhysll'lilil

City, Fla. and their children arrived ) Industrial school will hold a reception more good frame structures are being most delightful season at this hospitable l 111., and A. J. Coster and wife of Hinckley. : i Surgeon I and Title Insurance company.

Wednesday from the last at I the school March 10th erected in the burned district, hon}!>. III are !sojourning at the White : special attention given to I' or .U.'r..r. furnished and titles))
John Williams is the Eruod FItting of m. se.. once i Isp. Clams and Sine P prlOICt-1
and replacing ,
named l place, for a visit with Mr. from :3 to 5, when the institutionwill J. Ralph Wilrox spent yesterday at lIou.-e. I o\"er Globe elothlnlt stor. IImt"e houn I :fi.j. .:(' D. :

Farris' brother .T. F. Farris, and be open for inspection to all in the burned hall with a substantial- his Tomoka home budding fruit trees Master Elmer Smith, who is spendingthe : r tu"a. m. Ilo 3:00 p. m., r 10 ":1111 p. ills !(We'lank",and 1".aDd Tress, Fla.Opposite Cu.

family, on Beach street, Kingston. } terested. looking concrete: building.H. and otherwise looking after hlswildwood season with his parents in one of the I 1)\YTOS A. n.1 ..\. __ ____
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estate. Bleekman cottages, had a birthday
J. Shoemaker leaves today for JOSIE ROOERS M. D. j D. I D. & C. ROGERS
A delightfully informal dance was i'n I )party one day this week, and invited in M. I
his home at Elmira, N. Y. Mrs.
: I joyed at the Princess Issena Tuesd,,)' I u numlier of his grown up friends, who Civil Engineers l
with her
Shoemaker will remain I {Physician !
evening. Mrs. Spangler's music lent inspiration saw: to it that Elmer had a good time lomeopathic ,
! The Vote As 1 It Stood Wednesday EveningIN parents Mr and Mrs. E Van Orsdall
: to the hour. Miss Grace: Griggs is visiting friendsat No 453; North Reach Ftr -.-t. I ArtaDAYTONA( and
TUB BUSH & SAFFORD PIANO CONTEST. on Cedar street until they also jour I Postmaster Britton has received :a letter ; Frances this week.Mrs Office Hours, 12:30 to 2:30: and 6:00'': } ((MIAMI FLA.
northward.. Mr. Shoemaker i ia is
from his brother sajinc; that Mrs I Kitchell.;: who has been visiting I to 7:30.Telephone: .
nemberof the firm of E. Van Ors- Daytona Office EstaLlLhed 1875Iaytonil
DAYTONA Britton has again relapsed and Waal i with Mrs. C. P. Lund and other friends, I No. 122.
dall & Co wholesale and retail grocers I
at Seabreeze and Daytona Beach, leavesFriday
School 1,556,810 quite I
Daytona High of Elmira, and business inter will
Halifax Rifles 1,137.565 ests necessitate his early return. McLanahan is enjoying a visit from I 1 for Ponce Park, where she Private I IIos- !

Order Eastern Star -818,750 his elder brother, I King Mcl.anahin, of I \Mt with friends before: returning to Sanitarium ,

B. P. O. Elks ... ... ... ..- ... ... 434.295 About six o'clock Tuesday evening Ilollidayyburg, Pa., who is here with his 1 er home at Miami. I pital and turthepruprrtreat IIIl'nt
Miss Maggie Morgan 166,485 Dr Isham was going south on private secretary.The I I'. R. Ridgeway is having a water and Every rare facility of 1IIt'IIt"aI8nd nurxlrnl: raw*.
tower built on his premises A. Budppn KK-ctrlral: appliance. irnlnU nurmi.quiet .
Miss Jean Frances Conrad 107,875 Ridgewood avenue near First avenue bath houses did a ruling bu-i l i-i curroundlnKt. special' altrnttongiven I

Baptist Parsonage 80,775 when he struck a man riding with- fleas yesterday. The beach was peopled i is doing! the work.Yesterday's the Seaside I c.U"\ to all patient lus.neaehP.1..I'atuna.i'r.ti. Tfrmtl..n appli.

Colored Industrial School 55,130 out a light, carrying a hot gun and with bathers all day, and the surf was : arrivals at A. KI.IICK, .
'' Inn were.: Mrs P.:. D. Lutz Miss Lutz, Physician In Charge. I IlJH.
Miss Mary Glue 34,360 leading a ('OlIpl of hor"'ses. The said to be unusually tine. I' II
I Miss RitHe, Wabash, Iud; H. Cohee and -
Miss McCann 32,860 horses got and and the man I

Daytona Institute- ... ... ... .'1. ... 935Mrs. was more or away less bruised, but realize builder B. F of concrete Martindale and, stone contractor work, and has I wife. Coble Skill, X. Y.; Mr*. X. Boed-Mrs.I. I W. A. GOYE: i j 01(. A. O'NEILL
Borkc :
F. 1.. Middleton ... ... ... ... ... 525 I that he vas in the wrong. One the contract to build Mi"s Kelley's MX her.. Benedict Miss Emelie, Omaha. Xeb.Room ., Chicago; Dentist i I
Dr. Isham's machine whichis OSTEOPATHSo.
lamp on ,
her block on Earl
OUTSIDE OP DAYTONA concrete cottages on accommodations are at premium

Wilman's Opera House 350.455 a Pope-Toledo was ruined. street and I'inewood avenue, which are now, and the peninsula hotels: are OtTiee: turner KMg "t, x! and' V *.-la Af tajerwsl Ih.iWing,

Kingston School ...199,735 Mr. and Mrs. Julius Minck and to be ready next season. "put to" to meet the demands, of the I ]Besets Stntt.

Seabreeze High School 164,225 Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Bohack, of -abreeze has never wen the time dails: arrivals from north and louth.E. i PHoNE S'J
Beach 107.665 when there more ?ub> E Johnson's which has ---
M. E. Parsonage Daytona Brooklyn, N. Y., are guests: of Mr. was promIse big garage :

Miss Elsie Coates Daytona Beach 46.110 and Mrs Henry Schmidt and Mr. of building than at this particulartime. been in course of construction all winter i I I ROY I HOWE.: ft. I ). S. II. GOVE

Seabreeze Congregational Church 45,245 and Mrs. A. II. Schmidt, of makes a good appearance now that j t I

Miss Alice Daugherty, Daytona Beach 33,595 Schmidt's Hotel. Mr. and Mrs( An Erie, Pa., crowd enjoyed trip to the iron roofing has been placed. It has Physician and 5ur.-js )Architect;I: Builder and

Miss Ruby Spaulding. Daytona Beach 22,645 Minch are the parents of Mrs. A. II the Tomoka yesterday. The pleasant I I ample accommodation, and will lu I''I Office and residence: 123! So. I.ldeContractor!

Miss Jennie Murray, New Smyrna 5,570 Schmidt. Mr. Bohack is a prominent party of friends were a:? follows: Ad- ready for use during the races. Ho-

Miss Sallie Holland, Daytona Beach 5,165 business man of Brooklyn, miral Brooks, wife and two daughters, : The members of the Epworth: league I tel wood Phone Avenue 175., opp Office Hidgewood hours: 9 to Residence ner Kidgewood and office and, northeast Voltuia ave.cor-

Ormond School U20 owning a score of $grocery: houses in Misses Mamie and Amelia, Mr and Mrs.! will give a social at the parsonage Friday I Phone 89. Daytona, FlaOOiMtBMM
11 .. ,2 to 4 and 6:30: to i p.m.
Blake School ... ,.. 'oo .. 130> that city. They will remain about Orth, Miss Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Seldra. 1- i evining. February 2i;, to which all I : m. j
three weeks. I are cordially in,'itd.. ON NM. ..MMMttMMake NN<



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1 The Packard Sketch Talk. I : tew
.L I
I GOOD Fo.rL'r tt 5 VOTES
BUSH \.FFORD Co. BUILDING The Alton Packard Sketch Lecture, $ ffigs
Lt TIlE & S i
be th rd of the Lyceum entertainments, yrup 11IE E

at the Baptbt church, was a pleasing

,; vNt PIANO CONTEST OUTLOOK : one in all respect! and fully merited the BUSH & SAFFORD CO.

large audience which greeted Mr. Packard 4 Ehxir9fSenna j

i and generously showed its appreciation PIANO CONTESTThese
k'F X which two residents of Daytona and vicinity will be awarded i of his work. Cleansesually.Dispels the .stemEtect- :

two beautiful Howard Pianos, furnished by the Bush & Safford I BfflM Mr. Packard is certainly a most versatile anda .

1 Piano Company of Miami, sole representatives of the R. S. Howard entertainer and bis songs: brought as ) Colds : votes cast for ---

: (.'... The content to be conducted on behalf of the Bush fc ready applause as his pencil sketchesand aches tluo to Lonsupauon; :( Each of the Gazette-News will pnhlish one of these

Safford ('<> l t..v THE D.UTO.NA GAZKTTE-NF.WS and THE DIYTOXI DAILY word pictures, which abounded in''I Acts naturally acts Truly! as Hsue coupons.
Ri IJ"J.ago.6 *: .
X I\\3r: I Unusual Activity Among Real Es- humor, pathos or admonition to suit the J i It must be voted within seven days. February ,

$2,450.00 I I[ tate Men-Contractors Are !I subject in hand. : n Laxat.\'c. and IKild-! i, I e taesost eoi. >c t s e+lw soc t o +kts ,

His "Types of Untie Sam's:: Folk" Best! JpfMenVomon \1

One $ 1\10\ It S. Howard Piano will be given to the person or or- Getting Busy. were excellent; his sketch of the man ten- oun& and Old. 41atTAMat ,

panizatitn residing in the City of Daytona who receives the highest wedded to money-getting fine indeed ro oct its-Deneficial Effects D v& ty,f

number or'ote:,. I IT'S ATIEE-CIIY MOVEMENT. and his final color-picture of the 1 t the Genuine ukicn I 1
And one :$; JOn( R. S. Howard Piano to the person in Yuliisia old homestead was superb. He held his Alloys Luv Just asThey
audience in such attention for has ihe full name of the Comf I' 11
County outside of Daytona who receives the hichest vote. 1, i r. r. -

I In addition to the two piano additional prize will be ,given: to I nearly two hours that his dismissal appeared >
: The building outlook for Dayton. i
; contestants as follows : aCALIFORNIA :
St-almi'ze and Dayton Beach is excel ; Grow f 'a lcno fa c

Two Due Bills for 200 each Two Due Bills for $100eachTwo ; lent Already many contracts have I
: <<
r} j born let for new buildings mostly residences For sale or rent, unfurnished 1i SYRUP.c O. ; The 1 Finest 1'wtd Goods in tie Trij _
t. Two Due Bills for $ 17:3; each Due Bills for :$; 75; each Ivy Jane, Easy ,
on new.
; and numbers of others are in- cottage by w hom it is manufactured..printed on the j VAAIETIES&STYLES IN TIN 40US11
Two Due) Hills for :$150; :; each Two Due Bills: for' :$; ;.oeach I I vestigating with a view to building. terms. tf Conrad Real Estate Co. front of e\Vry package. I i

r Two Due Bills for $ l 1'e:> each Two Due Bills for $ i 3:; each I i The new S4l>.000 city school building SOLD ALL LEADING I DRUGGISTS
+1 Patrons of the 'Gator Moving Picture one size ot !J/t regular price SOtf -bottle. FRUITS Right off the Trees
i* to KO up this summer the waterworks _
Show both and
Contest Commenced Dec. 1st, 1908. Closes March 31, 19OQ.RULES j plant i b to be built, \\' H Peters is beginning were surprised
pleased last night to see the change Phillip E. RoMmon Architect
a handsome. brick business! I
I' from vaudeville to a musical act I ly t Xatlonal BId'gaBDiiah.. VEGETABLES Fresh from the Farts
house, a splendid new residence is to '100" Gr.
'x r I I.I m D REGULATIONS I m" AIIERETO[ { HI[ VOTES[ I IN built I'D Ivy 1 ane; the prospect is refined and graceful artists. TLeir ilhia Iliw A'mter In .'Iorld.l'ikIF1. Homes.
I i 'I Rood for several others on this fide. act consists of.a song by Miss. : Shee- : il'I'I..I :,,:. Ku nii lorn s.I'ntio 1 r

.t k 1 TV!. ,t nfei>t i i.. open to all 'Ulte Th following m.'nu"t.ill uu-" Contractor Burdick of Seabreeze already I han and the playing of various in Houiwa.Tropical Gar. I FISH Wriggling from the Water.

k s+ Ihius in Volu-ia c.untr.tau M onrroteforcverva\'iitlaaidintitLrirLuort | I Las the contract for a number of struments including a Conover L'abj j i + dens I IItuslon
n l by tht conductor of the run- ; 1 inet Grand! Piano the selections! being ,
1 establishment for goodhuh they handsome residences them I
vouched for '- new among I ,.. Hatanoah,
t..t. or liy some reputable inspiring and enU-rtaing and 'J
) '''1"Son to them well known | baudle: one for J. B. Tbelhoer and one for C. C. Tampa.
evoking much applause. I I I FINEST CANNED _
r :>. Xo.-inpl.vre. attacho or ivlative rlC: I.:-IIE\IIRII'KSCOIlryfld. (; +. Gillette. lie hays the prospect for -- -- -
of the j proprietors of the above named .iKO. II. rLAKtt. Jewelry and :Mationery. building at Seabreeze this summer --- ---- --I 50 VARIETIES IN TIN AND GLASS,

lirini are eligible! ; to participate inthinouteM. amounts almost to a boom. .sIsu....a..sieii....... '
uiui will participate in .1 THE GLENWOODSEABRtEZE. %
DU manner. I I.. (5.( LY.MN.I ( inn-en.. H. F. Martindale is building a home '

I 3. In the event of a mi"under. ''TIiEG.17.1'TENE11'SiMi'.lNY.: for a Mrs. Howard. It is of concrete, : Legal Notices ; 'I :FOR SALE BY '

an.I will be quite an artistic addition to .
Standingbitwlencaudidatrsoroth II.\ KIX: The l IIrutKi"t.>
I; ers interectej in this ront*i>t. such K. II. Mdl X.\l.lI. Meat :Seabreeze. I.. M. Drake is also puttingup i..1, FLA. L. G. LYMAN.

I (controversy\ I tai referred to theeoudnetorNofthecontestwhoalone M.It.AI'LT. ANCentti Furnf.hinpr3are : a house for a Mr. Garfield, and A. E. NOTICE.The I,.: \E.4R: pobTorncE. SCHOOL AND SHOKE.I .

the I"nouu.. qualified to render GRVUEH.1tOItRISII.\IUI\\\I..CO.: Mason i is putting up a house for E. G. t'nltt-J mates Po'toRUf IVpurtnient, J JtoIUH I MODERI1Ot'5E..
l kl< from property hour for u
lit divisions. lUNCHAM Jt MALEY CO.. Furni Kittridse. '
lire et.rl. for IK'
building rivi'tnl.
now ere or vile
"" 4. In tltt.erent a"* ibis is only a starter. Messrs. R J. .centrally l>e u*...l for n Pustomre -- I Electric Lights, Telephone, all .....N............N..........i0.Z.i..,4 .........
1. In the city of Itaytunn. Flortdafor ,
withdraw from the Iw+>, Mkluuudidat Where Votes May be Cast. : Mulby and Fred Stones of the Bond term of fi\<* or ten yrats. from July I. la's. i I
!' w ill not IN allowed to transfer I Lumber Company the building The waled hid to IK* Mltmilltvd tu the un- 1 J|: Cotncniences.Uinl.K. i i M. ELLA DE VOY CO.LADIES' i.i i.:?
series t<> to thi credit of another candidate Ballot lioxcs will !M placed in say drrdgnrd fo.torflo In'pwtoron or l.'forv 'j! .
d' J prospect i is the best in years. NormanS \t'ednesdnr. Starch Ii). the t'o.totflyr. 1 1MTIN: .. KI!'iIIN| : H\THlNti. !
i in the content._ houie* repre>tite.l in thiCtnte Iwrtonn, FlorfclB.Building .
Dayton is very optomUtic regardingthe .tPPROXUUTF. RF.Qt'IRt"J'"i1"l.; :" I |wi-ii 11 l iGete. fur .-.non. I i HATTERS i
bui'ding outlook, and like the Bond
Lunder Company, is laying in an unusual mum. to Iw U.ut 3Jfwt a* a nilnl- I C. i'. BOWIE Proprietor. S Correct in Styles. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. :
Automatic Keyless Box."t-l-o "' ''''II. 1!'i : Xo 6 South Beach Street, Pavtona S

....4A..W)..Of..b.N...iM..tN...NtN...M..tNNt>.i0c the supply greater! of demand.material in anticipation of nitnlluni.'oitnUistI'r's X! lnrK.private<*. room... I Front- Xovnuber :!1. IV, to April 13, 1.1 N...N.N.N...............NN.+....v.....N..NI .
Money Order and K'ct trr PUNIonx.
Large consignment of material have I"tampWlndo'A.'wDo'nII"'lh..r> Wln.low.

I Jij. I Electric Current I II already arrived and several carloads of Boi Wimlom.Thrr I obbr. IVj-ks. )l llng'.n..l -.lon.1 I I.After April 1:. !-" tl..", I.' .....u..1 *.+.&+.. ..N..

I Day it have gone across to Seabreeze for ue rating Bag Two Ktnol.Thr.'I'ludr.. I I iVcan (;iro'... New Jersey. I r."LINOW. H. ,
j.. in the handsome homes now under way.If Htttinpmi Table Pumping! Tjl>l.-. I
1 Storage tawkrn uidr counter.
in addition to all of this now insight HMtnoterl'ahim-t toifllliu. I FJR. CLASS
I I the great Clarendon is rebuilt, Burglar and Fireproof H olvlnKCirni-rnl Iviitery('ass fur l I. ttr
Will be turned i The
on and many prospective buyers secure t -nrr l l>rllv Toilrt loon.Ituttde Stgn.
: I t i I II their lots and leave contracts for build- heat and Light. I

: \ December 1 1C 1908. ings. Daytona and her sister cities across sKlr Building 5t""' '''. with I>H IOt'lItt'tJ doors on and Ivth wlmlowt front and on : o)R\Er. r.xi.MfrrTo AMMiLfSlA > :. 2H North Beach Street, DAYTONA. FLORIDA. ,,-

' I C ; 3 the Halifax will witness an activity in lath with pro| I the bulldlnx to !H> kept pnlnt. and .thuswtr
i the building line never before excelled if In Rood ivpalr. s 11'hiteshirts........... ...-...................10j; Woolen Shirts........... .............._10

(1 'I" This will give the citizens of Daytona; equalled. Everybody talk for it and it niaiter.for further.Information con-ult the 1'0..1. I I DAYTONA, i*LA.i 1 : Check shirts.... ....................... S I j Undershirts.................. .... ... .. E

1 '. ; Seabreeze and Daytona Beach I will materialize. Id Iw
an opportunity ---- II. M. Y.\SWILLER. PROPRIETOR I Shirts collar attached.._...... ........t j Sock. |J..r pair...........................,.,.5
1 l' I to operate II Collars each......-....... .....................2! Handkereh f-fs........... ........... .... M 3

1 Bids Wanted. I -- I : Cuffs, per pair........... ........ ....... .... 5'! Sik: (Handkerchiefs.................._
Rids aft* requested painting the Court ,
I I Ir Hou!! ami Jail tin root with one .,-o!,t of LOW TIDES on the BEACH I : Mao Ladies Clothes at corrcspondirq: prices, 4J
i Electric Fans Flat Irons Machines I'rln.t"1III1.3l1r. : and boiled I1I1..t oil\ or '
I raw linked! oil and dryer.For llou._ I T.. ...NN..ti.ttNNO.N00016NC0$.9.Cta......10NN
Poor i .
painting two tm1 with Dar of FEB. I MAR. I APR. '
I' Atlantic or Carter White I"-ml. ({.'OI or I Month :
{ TAKES ACTION. UI't"t'n Heal Zinc and unwed oil.lln.e..d --
j --
pure -- --- -
I and motors of various kinds The operating oil and line mixed In the proportion of two :, ---; : ; ,...10.-15.: .. II
i parts white lend and iliuN>UI {I Il .1..10,0..l..9:2x.1: FLORIDA
{ >ld< to tie flied I with the I.rkr: 1 the ,'Irrultt'ourt I ... :.11:4.3..1O:2..11:30.: : EAST COAST RAILWAY!
;f t.. of motors by electricity is clean I II RRst on or before March hlI'l 1'<''. and ... 3..1..12:27.I I ".li'ls l ...10)-1\<1'I' ;1\._ t
r the Board of County 1'ontut.donerslee rewrt- ... 4.. .1:2:30.: ..1:03... ...12-15... .
and economical. Ask At a large and enthusiastic public the right to reject HrrL an.lIn.1 I'.all Joui.l"It."'. I ... :i..,1.!... II:!..'. '...IIO.: .. ... 1I S.t.i. LOCAL TIME! CARD No. 77. Effective January 5, 1909Na ]

meeting of the citizens of Seabreeze. Clerk Circuit Court. Ivljtixl. Kla. .. :... la:.. : : .. !YL. P9 j :Na 13 t N0.: sa i 0.9: No. ..30. 11 l'o.a: 50.16DAILT
I i iI held in Wilmans opera house, Monday ; i....1'.1..I..IH.I... .:.ZO..... DAILY : DAILY tDAILY I MAIN LI.E I 1l.\1J.r .ULY I D.ULY DAILY
i ;kOLighiOPlant S...:... ,1.03..1." _: .>... ... 0)-:i.... i I '
I night, the following resolutions were TAX j jI 'I' v JO pm t 3 a) pm 10 (W am i, 7 30 am Lv cs-oavile! Tt r 7 i I i 7J t lo s all aa'
I Adam Schultz i i 1 .. 9...:... 3401.: .. 2:3: ;...,... 35.: to 50 pm 4 50 pm II10 am ', 8 50 am LT &...\ulr' :t1l'er. 6 w Im. 0 ?. pm II) U am 71>> u
a unanimously carried: '! _.l 0..1.' .. -II.: ...!1... 3:10.1:0: ... 1143pm' b I 38 pm,1157 aID 9 Warn LT f.a.R Palatka Lk 5 Id : 40
will beat the follotnot! ptn't' lit the time pm i > pm 9 4i am ( Hia125i
H ot\"Cd. That we. the citizens and .perltled.toreeel\eTai KcturiKfortheTax _.11..1.{ .. -I-ti..I... 34'.L. 4:55... I ti ........ ............ >ml[.127... .. LT Hotel!' trusted Lt''I...::, i 4 ol pm! .. ._ -r
E, property owners of Seabreeze, h r witbt'Xl'nws of IPV: |i ...12...!... 5-1..1... -Ii..I.: i .. 5:5.: 1 1 24 M .ami tn., 6M 7 04 pm pra' 135 1 4S pm pm1IIoJ;,, : tm.m Ly.Lv..Ormnl1'l....Do ytoZ & .... J.\l.\ :: I I IINNMMHM. heartfelt the suds No. I Knterprl: Tue". liiy. .'..1.."-I. front I ...13._;... 6-1:1..1.: : .. :>:15... "., .:05._ 2! 20 am! 7 41 pn 2 2: pm;12 21 pm Lv New!' satyroa 1.t'I': "" 317 pm S o) ua! 3 45 as
E. I L. GUXX, General Manager.! our regret at i to :I I... ... ... S'lg.. 1 1I 3 14 am 8 33 i>m i 3) pra j 1.3) pm .Tltn in. ... 6'1" pra pm am
p. I' :'t...> I -" t .. ..........,....... I .:.:.. .__ t :
den and unlooked for destruction of the pra LT ( !1.117 pm .. .. .... ... .
No. t Orange City.Tue-ol.iy. Feb.SI.fromV ..13... ... .. 7:17... ... 9.S I S M tm 9 11 pm 3 57 pm, J n Lv..Rock1t'o11't.L.' .
..................................... macniticent Clarendon Hotel. to No.II 3 a.Vl-aiHl m. )foIJtb,.. r 'I I ...16....... 9:4i..r..J..I. 523..l0:32.! :: I ...... ..... .. '..........j j' I 50 pm pm LT _..K VelhnMrna602tm .n t.t'.lteJOOpml.T. L\ I t74.C1 J '-9. pet m 113. ._ rm... 61S_ amm'.l4SUa..-.11
t'.I..It. from to .. .. ...10:47...,... \I:33..1I9.' : !' LU ain We look upon the destruction of the 1!a. in. .17. i l ll 29"jm6'j.m S w pint:,:.. IL Pierce :..Lt 1'110 am II o'am ;
Clarendon loss No. 4 Ivl/eon I ...1'\...'...11 :52..I..10J3..1I:5-1: : I 7 so am 1 to am\ 1MI'm\ 'l pm:ArW.: Palm neaeh L7 :-) ara ? 45
Hotel a to our com Spring Mond.-ij. KeU Vh. an 12\allll.oo"l
I ..... .... ,
.. : .
from to II a.m. !: ...19..1..12:0 ...'... :::;...1..12:43. SO.m i-ix- 8 Wpm! 725rm'Ar .PtJm iteach. 11 730 am IW.1U .
munity far I'\\chingin its consequencesto ...20..l2:33..11:43.! I: ..'... 1:12... WW .m ) .m 10:5: pinJ015pniAr ..-. 7 li am U 10 am 6 00pi w
I No.3 Kklrtdge. Tue-Ii* KeK Vth. from I I1'Molla. I : 11 ?) km 3 40m( L ""... .. -...... LT... Miami..Ar..l......... &tt
the development of our town and the m. i l:43..12:37.: 200. U22 ... .:i. .1153 pm}( pa
FREE SAMPLES OF WALLPAPER of citizens, and feel l that I No. 6 rvville. WnlneMlay t'.h..I''h. !roan !'! 1 :::f:::::::: 2:3.3.: :::;::: 1:30.::.:i::: 232 :: 2 31 P"i p m .8. 'a !.:..::::.::.j,'.:::::::::.IAt';'Ar..Itoiw.teai..Le.: Lnoa: iey : l.v ::::::: : ."' .905: pro 400pM3'm 147 N
prosperity our "'''
to 12 a.m.No.7 j I .__3....... 3.::....1... 2:1S..)... 3:35... _3 : Tfiptnl .... .........Jlr _Knteht. jygfLT ..:... :. ... .... .._8 3t-1'm toqji
be II"
inducement should extended 6LOpm
to-1 every Urmond. Monday KeK t.t h.from .: 4:23. I. P.\u.I'\.s'Co.&r SK.V-ttert: ltt'ialrkT.Co.: .8e0W1
24. : .. .
) dismal change rooms cheerful into uninviting home an ate t %a' r., :." *jcu intend diy intinc papcr.a! room frcc.willtractive by and the its individual duly elected citizens municipal of our officers town, from No.i p.9 H!'IS'\a.tons in.. W...ln -l.iy. ........ ITth. i' :.23.:::26.:::::::.5:12.6u:: ;::Y!. : 1t:'::: 6:12.:: :: '_'_" ncept 4 30pm SunJty."laP.4:0.So.Q.u: Train._,

{' '. We place at your door e. 11 If briar you TCU inccaJ Ki.plc panticz* and government body looking toward from No.V in to Tort 12 a.Orange In.No. ThurMlay. KeK l..tli'j]I! ::.27.2s.::.;':::: :520.-:I'.::::::: 3:43.:1:: ..: ::: : t: ,_ P--\LATK- \ PRXNCtl;

the privilege from tbe of (elections :.c tend*.rd.for We.tclaaodeolcr tine : t the reconstruction of the hotel. 1" New "MIIIJ-ma. Tu..I r and most varied stock largest in I in PALM, anJ everything Resolved That we here in public from I to 5 p. m. 1 ...30... ... ...... ...'... :J:3; 1..1..1.. 0:01._ r.l.lta I PALATKA I"J Palatkao PALATK Palatka
the South. t' eta meeting &."assembled extend to our Mayor No. 11 Onk Kill. WedneMlay. Feb. ilth. ...:J1... ... ...... ...I.' ..9:33. ...... .. 620 ...__ .__ -
save I II am .Xo. 45 ,
you taonry. from 10 to \i a. III.I I I : := PallySo. 6 ') am J; am 47 ih'6 a.
and Dr. E. L. 6 :as am ...__: W NIT __. 8 t) ,'/ ........ .
ffllow-citizrn. Potter < am 6 U.T' ..
Pt our I No. IJ TpmvLa. Monday. Frln. lath fromII I .49 1.- 7 10.
i. pltrr.s. hG1 fst'1pey atl ,1f14t; br Il' 8 44 ..._ __ .w.
t1 l to I!.. m. i Forenoon and afternoon tides are approximately am .So. 60 belly 9 00 air 917 am ..So. lol i''tt. v 9 S5 ..4
sincere sympathy at this great loss and |' 9 St" am .- So. S2 I.ily.-_. 19 U tt .._, .'''..' '
VaT 'VSo. ..
at the same bour.uto. :NO. 53 r.a : 11 60 a.
No. IX tlencoe.TueMlny. Fri. :Sl.: from l II 12 M ...._ ......
pm .SO.M iiir I 12 25 . ,
J'D __ .
for tarn in his hours of M :320BM1140p:!
'' J.LY
these .
severe -
be striven
to 11 mobiles the each
I a. m.No can on two 4 7) .So. M Dally... 4 j'm .
40 _.
BALFE-CONROY COMPANY : : 4 4-1 imn Xo. 07 Pa .
w. &.y SL JacboGYiIk. I1a. i 14 Lake .. .. after tide and :::=:-So. M lHUly.-: \ -- :
114-11t : trial Helen. Wetlne .h. :: 1.I 1. hours high within two 610 MB au i m ::::::.No. "91'atr i ::
1 I Resolved That we the from V to 11 a.m. ,i hour* of high tide I It M pm .No. 60 Daily. ..... 12 li am 11: 20 a n _.... S.>. 6t fa! r U40 a 8
i urge upon '
I No. IS Clifton. Monday F" to
; Town Council of Seabreeze and the in. ,iJp.lII. SAN MVTEO BRANCH

', 1 c+ .c:> . . . j d idual members thereof to give every to Stetson Monday. Frb., "t. from ; 1 I*n. t-t' EAST PAHTKA-- TO -Arrive!' taLeaee'sn; AN: )lA11:0-." L\-T: AniTtIM-

| possible: municipal aid within their No. 17 (Men. "'Nn.t\\: .'..1>. :at. from That Mission -.Palatka: I SAX MATEO Mare) '". Mateo PALATK \ PtUtk

4 Ice j power to Dr. E. L. Potter and his associates t to S p.m. | Dining 7 4> am i ..._.. .Nrt. 49 PtliT........ .
; Company No. is yIIt11Tur.dayF'4.i'tthfrom t on im ::1, !s ,'> .m ._._... C". 1\0 I. 615 asA
........ a r
which will tend to aid in the 3 a pm Nw. U -
( I reconstruction 10 to 11 a. m. 1'.111-- 3 1m ::1 ;; ; pu ......__ 'tA. ri l'a,.. 4 16 PrNo.
; : of the hotel. No. IV Pler.on.TuI".,.. ....10. Vth. from.
PURE ICE to:S p. m. :S ; No. 21 I :" 0. 19 .. .. ;;
: > ITD.I. :: 0.33
N" i6 '
I I No.:9> N.-abrete.Tue...U.r. F..b. l lth.. from '1.l'nly tu. only pause .. .....,I MAYTORT BRNCHz 1"lIy ....
.I1' ly
i Ii ::4 Made from :i to 4 p m. Room Suite "jrml0 !\) sin IiAI ,) .-'b .... .
Distilled Water. Let's Save The Birds. 1'Kt.AXD. FLA., January l\th. l"<'ii. i 140 10m t0 is O am 6 1') pm I'm 610 w am b.. JAt"UII hbl! .....___ ..t r .7..i a.nl1 t t s b W patleacl.
Factory corner Railroad and Volusia avenue.I .*. K. \VIL+os. S 4i I'm I" 56 .m I 46 pm II M .m Lr .....Attanue .... Lt Sol an !II I" pin, (155
I B. J. Pact-tti, warden of the Mosquito ,' 100 ,.m 11 t'.m l\fal'b I.\- 6 ii "';) : II t. ,i'i'i 4 IJ"*
. Tat As'e.ror,1'olu.ta ,.unt>. Fla! I I 1 ni pm 9 ro am Ar .... "M&"..n 1.O'JO. = ,1 I I WP"
Inlet Bird and Game Reservationwas in _
i I
I Ow s eolY5..1 9WrI0ro6t City I.c':Set Ds1r:Sa I hi s.. t I\ail:I S....... Br. !!waNtltar.
the city Tuesday bringing William .J
up I IN OCR 1ViN1XWIs ( 3 55 ... ..
I I 00
II 1 DR. T. A. DAVIS I IPANTHEROPIST i tm'8' .mIL' aa .Ait2 ol o-D'1 7 13pm' 630 amt Lr. : HTNii, .
I Outrh r. who had been down on an I 4 19 00 am LT -L..a.waL. : .
R 11 t6
t t
t 't"r"lX I 2r> pm lu 30 am j Lo _f.._ mat 1 pm a 3U.. .UnNI.. 1 tY00.a
I official tour of inspection. Mr. Dutcherwas I!1 42tpm 10 4.. 1m "....... nt car, J. .L.19 It It 00 OCt 4. :'.,4pm... I ... ::
all t : ....:
highly pleased with the outlook for The latest, safest and most scientific ..... .. -
J I San 1 It ;' the reservation.j method of trratiug the sick. Includes: C .aoa. .e. a biebu M-I wtra P. .0_ S. S c. I. Wmt. ;e. I. .
Mateo Clears new every drugless;] system. Osteopathy a Bargain.Bingham&MaleyCo.. air wka P. a O. 5. ca ,. Ct, asi Iii'. o' C....

l. j Pacetti. as warden seems to be Scientific )f&. ut': Women and thi-! a....-.r9::e._Tun', ;ht'tweet aLEa..Jew....1 Me OI.t ....ldoO-'-. -, 5 ...ptsd to .n.n1-- :d.1 n ham la.aaW ..
the right man in the right place dren A specialty. Examination fr><-. .._..Ii rnpw.a4 f. nr relay M, 4.N.e.n or as 1 tow.r apeeean fa. n.n .e..a b ..o, a..n..W a.-r dun roe c.-r. ,
i Already a very noticeable increase in Corner opposite poetofiict-, Daytona rOR COPY OF THE Loc.u arwaa taer.hoa. .
Have Made I bird (ifis apparent and if this spring 1 Beach. I. U. RAIf'iER: Asaistaat Ccaenl Passen4a 'ski: TU Li T ACUIT.
-- A4eot sr ACGLS'M: : :., FLORIDA:
i j I and summer proves favorable for incubation -I - -_ i iup

I I li. A Reputation oft '! sight beautiful:another to winter look upon.will witness With DO a I I Notice to Tourists. uiiu'Ji

bird murderers thundering among the !!

new hatch they will become tame and 4j.a FULL

Their i Own. those who love them for their beautiful J I

t 1 1f plumage, quaint forms and engaging'': .

i The success of the San Mateo Cigar is one of ; habits will be permitted to watch them i!J I F you want the very first! I ''raneesI : The Furniture .f a EXPRESS t
at close ranee. i apply to Point Gro e an l the Red-

f x the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast ('3pt Pac-tti says some blood-thirsty land Indian River Oran C t>. tbe bftjiu I s

I I j-i-uv i the freeze. hunter from mood were playing i'! the State, situited: 11 mil! south Emporium.
I havoc with birds up at Dead lake a few

\a! .K' from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsil day ago!; as he sailed by from St. Augustinr. from Daytona on the IVtytona an-i! 111 rl1* :"a iFi

r I Il of Klrrida and the Inland of Cuba can produce, and \\rappd Every good citizen decry such I' New Smyrna fooJ.PRICES Roses and Ornamental -

t,, with the rich silky leaf grown on East Coast plantatici.s." wanton dtstructi.'n, such barbarity. i r i aa

i r the cigar inJu-.try of the world ha* never produced better ;:\'lts. j!I MODERATE. > I Doz.

& For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union Shrubbery.
and Mrs.
Judge A. II. F. Seegar, 111111 /
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t t'ws'ml'any' en every train entering Florida of New burp. N. Y arrived Monday, NORDMAN. I PROPRIETOR t All: tree 1.,. -t \netit- of winter blooming a v5-a.tK(( ((1 S / 11 DL; ERED !Off_

6 t Twenty size,, styles and {grades to select fioin.TOR I and will be the guests of E. D. W. ;: grafted Hoses: adapted to Florida; '

1 = Rose corner of Magnolia and Pal. MASONIC: DIRECTORY. also other t.rn3n.n.tal plants trees and t..i&:; $ 2

SALl BY ALL DEALERS. metto avenues. for two' or three shruilry All pants guaranteed. was r
HALIFAX UIXiE. No. !st. .. A A M-
tl weeks. while Mrs. Seegar will probably Meet 1st and :3rd Tbursdars. Gerunds jirtpartd: and plants eared for.
Manufactured Hv ft'main"t ral weeks longer. HALIFAX CHAPTER. NO. *. R. A. M -
. S. W. ROWLEY. SAN MRIATEOLODA Judge Stvgar i is County Judge of .K. T.- J. B. HINSKY I i .
t F J Orange county N. Y., where he is a LIVE Mr t4th OAK Thursday CHAPTER. Xo. 1,0 E. t.- \ 1'\H T Ina:\\ I Xl. ( lt I i
i f lNtI.Dd and 4th Tuesdays "TilE PINES" I iSouth Blue
prominent figure being
widely Ribbon
ILtI.t..L.J.I> rReq. .... .&... .... I I known as a brilliant jurist. Alt meet la Jifa.oolc HaJl. Orange aTpou. i Beer and Lewis 66 \\hiskey

I Ridgewoixl aHa, -.1y1tn3. Send for. "',..a IJi.t. .('KS

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