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 Material Information
Title: The Daytona daily news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1924>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1905-1917>]
daily
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 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903; ceased in 1926.
General Note: "Published ... during December, January, February and March at the prettiest winter resort in Florida."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 1 (Jan. 2, 1905).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002072230
oclc - 01631353
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System ID: UF00075894:00002
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Related Items: Daytona gazette=news
Related Items: Morning hotel news
Succeeded by: Daytona Beach news

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CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING I IPtw'of JP'RT I ARTHUR SURRENDERSAfter SOME FINE AUTOMOBILE RUNSA


[ ( Novelty Works Planing Mill & .WoYat4; ,. J IC) i.-' .- tAIIWm4I the BuslnesMM Months of (tenant Defense den Partial List of the Many flood Roads I I

t .iu. ( aHtf. VMtors, .but All StoaSMf Yfckls to tile Plucky Feasible for Runs Near the Cltn-

>. Enthusiastic.Tho Jap at Last An Auto Parldlse..
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IIperlul'me'ting' of the City t A special dispatch from Tokio, The automobilist sojourning; in '

Greeting: Faihois, last night \\'IISlilt larger I which seems to bear the car !lllll'kliof the city of Daytona has the choice of _
I represented! ( by the citizens:: and bus reliability, mijnmnie tho fall ol a variety of pleasant runs to select

Indus men, but those who were then Port Arthur, which for monllitt line from for a days trip, each and everyone I,

To our Friends and Customers ogre: enthusiastic for the better been besieged by the Japanese and of which offers a pleasing variety
roads. so gallantly defended by Gen. Stooa- not likely to be met with elsewhere..

.1 .f., A. Hendrieks addressed the eel and his brave soldiers. First, and best of all, n the Dip

HAPPY NEW meeting' and 'spoke of the necessity The Mikado has telegraphed Gen over the "World's Auto Playground," 'to..!'
A YEAR.Thanking f)
of\good roads-being': built if the town Nogi i, extolling the conduct'of the which would include seeing the F. ,'.\.....I
is R> hold 1 the patronage of the uin- Russian!' rnmmnnricr. arid} ifirceting F. C. Automobile Club House, die ."...
ter visitors who come ]sere. He that he be accorded full military famous Daytona-Urmond race coulee
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favors ttfr ask cofttinueance of the
for put a same.
you II II that Mr. .Anderson, of Anderson honors. The garrison lire generously and :Mosquito Inlet, a distance of 20

A Price, Ormond, proposed' starting pel'milled to march out with miles over streets, roads and beach, .-' i

teams? at once repairing the road honors. upon which the speed is limited only
Commencing this date we will operateour between' here and Orniond and thai Tho surrender was made at 9:00: by the capacity of the car.

thin work would be) paid for by the o'clock Sunday: night, and wall preceded Next a trip by the beach to Or-
Ormond Hotel interest, Mr, Auder- by u letter from Stoessel to i
OPENMcCLELLEN SHOP! mond, where is located one of the Jt
plant an soil having subscribed $25O from Nogi, who at once cabled tho navy magnificent F. E. C. hotels, largely ,

liis private pnrse..for the road south department at Tokio. added to anti much improved since :
of hero. The immediate cause of the surrender taut season; end thence to Itnox & !I

Capt. Parkinson made an excellent was the fall of Sungshn fort, [Heed's orange grove, returning by
EDWARDSLesses. speech, advocating thorAisingof sufficient Saturday, nnd the destruction ofI'autung the road on the west of the Halifax.

funds to immediately complete mountain fort on Sunday, This run i'S nearly always in !
the road to New Smyrna. He which laid bare the entire defensesOf sight either of the ocean or the Hal '

stated that an excellent road war the fortress. fax and is lined by many of the I

now in use from the latter1' point to Russian papers To not talk about most beautiful citrus grove* fri this

E. Diflingham, Owner. ,Oak Hill, and that the completion of the surrender of tho fortress, and; section. This would give a ran of .
this section of about OJ& miles would time mass of Russian subjects are being :38 miles over excellent roads and '

Phone 70. give the citizens:: a road extending kept ill ignorance of the im poI.t. the beach. The, trip from here via

3: miletlllIra1\'i\ with the beautiful ant'cd as long as possible Port Change to New Smyrna, a disuiico

.. Halifax. Ho predicted that within of 31:! miles, was lately covered
live years the grand Jarksonville- PaithartI Racer Coming. by J. C. Pettepher with' a party bf
0. A. fee, of Ashley, 0., is visiting Let. this sink into your' mini} i if I The Choral Society Miami boulevard would 1 W com It in practically certain that W 111. friends in two l -hone power Union

tea niecvMrs.\ D. F. Randolph, you are one of those I-don't-haVe-to- The Daytona Choral Society took pleted.Mr. K. Vanderbilt, Jr., will not drive a machines in lees than 3 hours. At

on Secrihd' avenue.J. ,. advertise sloths of commerce. In. up the regular rehearsals last night Hathaway, to whom is due the Mercedes; heretofore his favorite, New Smyrna the ruins of what aVe '

and his wife who evitably and in any business the, at the First M. I 1-1.: Church, with a credit for having the 'auto races, when he attacks liis own mile record supposed have been on old Spaniih r,

H. winner of the fire man who does not keep his establishment number of new member, mid with ouHsd-aUeuiion-td the..gceat,grovih -the)*D yt7ire-OniK) .feevcb-khi*; dunftson. may-be- wedl_iThese,
are the agents Ilagpstrotn before the public will be new mimic. All who attended the of ]Daytona and stated that we had month. I were uncovered last year but there

escape, made a descent from the forgotten, and, as long as there are concert Dei. :20? and the one given' now reached the point where good lie will drive. Fanliard is no record known extant which
special
Clarendon and also a
fifth of the ,
story men who advertise constantly and last March can easily see the great water and sewerage systems were nonb ut Just gives a clue to their original "...
The racer completed.
from the Seaside Inn yesterday.
successful. This loudly, nobody will charge his mind improvement made in the singing: absolutely necessary, but that to what the power is, an yet ;is u shop The Spanish Mission, which was
descent
was very with remembering those who do not and thus proving that the Society is hold the tourists now coming here secret it probably the oldest church in! the
descent made from though on good authority
morning a wus advertise.] Gladstone Raid thatothing real benefit to all who have attended new roads must be constructed. He United States, may be seen by driving -
the Hotel Ormond. The Clarendonand is said that the motOI'Vi11 be of not
"\ except the mint can make rehearMals. It seems strange that offered to use his efforts to secure less than 130"nominal" horse 2 miles to the westward.Last .
Seaside will equip their IIOIIBCH money without advertising." The any music lover should neglect the the aid of H. M. Flagler, who lion power. but not least, t'rtffe roetf lie

with this satisfaction device, which wherever linn given used. famous statesman might have gone opportunity to become a member of lately become interested in autos, to Mrs.. A. M. Dorrance and Miss taken to the Dig Tree, the forgtat ,

perfect farther mid said that advertising is this So)(' ety, tho cost in so insignificant aid us in tho building< of more roads. 1I len Dorranco, Cleveland, W. n.f tree probably in the State, and the

Cannot that boat grave yard ho the mint in which money is coined the associations lIu pleawmt /teckl'reit.lent/; of tho F. K.: f Tanua, N. Y., are guests of theVspland. .pineapple form, where "pines" of ffieinettt ,
moved from the west end of middle I for wide awake business men. and the advantages, so real that no C. A. A., stated that the two pierson kind are grown. i

bridge? Take the old hulks out of one should fail to become a mem the beach would have on additional -

sight. They are a blemish to our' }fr, and Mrs. W. C. Coleman, of ber. I opening made for drivers. Special .automobile. news In the DAILY Phone the DAILY Nicws youAeTw. .. I
fair city.'I Jacksonville, era at the Cleveland. The present opening is 60 feet wide. tficwit' today. I ItemH.1110 your want advertWtdrebA.)

-' -- Riverside Property Sold. This will be widened to 120 feet, -- -- .-- -- -- I
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What has been known as the Riverside sufficient room for any driver ,. . . . s ; ;r
4 property, Heabreexc, has been Mr. Adler carried around a paper<<

'. 4 divided The Riverside un and sold Hotel, belonging* :( to soliciting$235, making subscribers over $1700 and in rained all : 9ry $H"'. J. A. Hendrieks 'sn/s I..: i

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Mrs. Allen, was burned last spring raised. !_#/.".; ..... ; ,"I.AI",1J. I'
The drivers and rider of all Postofflc. 1
Next Door to
sold the
4 and the owner, Mrs. Allen,
kinds. of vehicles are vitally inter
land and bought the property nexton : x 1
4 ested in tne subject: of good roads. .'
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the south. The property was .
bought by Maro Ekey, Mrs. U. M.\ Each and every one should subscribe 4 We tk this opportunity to thank nil of our Cuatonuri for their" pa". +

Mallory and Robert Holmes, according to their means. If every ..ronag( In th. past. and Wild them, one and all. a very I
is reserved for theMason citizen would add even one dollar to
This .j:
space Maro Rckey, of Nokomis, Ill., will
the fund there would be more PRQSPER&t/S: .
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V HAPPY AND
shortly build! on his lot, which is .
than to"' com tet time.
the northern one of the three. He enough' pro- .

& fall : t has been a winter resident here for posed work NEW YEAR : .. '
Conpiy ; 4 .
y Leon
: several years and proposes to keep J. A. Hendriuks, Despland, .' "
from the rigors of his western I K. T. Conrad, Jj F. O' ole, J. tf. r + .
away cnUf
Wilkinson, Fred Conrad, J. G. We lievte enjoyed) a satisfactory bmlneM during the pant year aiiA \
home. 4 continue to try and plcawi our customer sad hope for their continued + .
Street. Robert Holmes, of ansing. Mich., Drown and Marshal Ztiber were appointed ,
No. 119 North Beach is building a two-story dwelling, a committee to solicit. patronage daring the year put bt'flhDlnJ +

and boat house on his Subscribers or'' contributors may, -+
garage property +
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affibints
under the supervision of R. M. leave any at the places'of t -- + .

> .'\ 4 Mallory. This will, when completed, business of.the. .members. nf" this,. ... .L'adJoi' J. A '.JNaor ,,, + .a fro'ooj

'4 give him a fine winter cottage. committee. v .Rotdr-Io-wear 1 ldricks.7.n; Woatea + '7'';

Earnest Ooodall'ha had a com O. E. Evans, of Chattanooga. Sarmtntt Next Door to POSEofIICC.sad tJAII1 t 1 '

1 modious garage built, and his house fenn.., has built a" 6ve"room. addition t'
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1 Souvenir Goods ? :
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f' 1 OKO. F. CROUCH EDITOR ASD PROPRIETOR.
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I No. 40. Beach St.PIone 1 (Entered a.....,tt-cla> .. matter January, W*. at the po.tofflceat iJaytona, GEO. H. CLARK.\ i

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1.. : i Bond Lumber Free east Awe*** flasatu-Halirax Lodge St. Paul's Raeaasi Catholic Church-:Mass
Company j No, Ml meet Brit and tblrd Thursday of every Sunday at I0::", a. u).; week days at the
I eacb month at T:*)>p. m. 1,Kit a. m.
nANI'I''CTUIfF.R'' OP K..".J. F.O'nortit, Hwlor. I
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KOLIOM AMf ORIiSSUI* second Thursday or eacb month at 7:30 p.m. Baptist Charcb-Munilay Hcliool DII.oo .. ,
I PINE AM CYPRUS LUMBER .. S.I..-.Halifax Council meets 'tblrdTuesday m.{ Preachinheelsg m.; It. Y. P. I'. m et. UV6 slal lltet, t7r+lr c
of each montD. at Tip, p.m. meeting o:43: ;; p. m ; PreacblnK 7:1U:: p. m.i; ', sw
i' Prayer meeting Wednesday at tW: m.
LATH, SHINfiLRS, FLOORING CfilLINO BRICK LIME AND! Kaliala. T_....'-Oriental CommaoderyN RaV. PHOKMAKBR p. BreadCakes
I. i CIiMEN'r.IN! STOCK. .K uuwl fourth Thursday of each. month
.17tfI:! p.m. Chrlitlaa: Church Preaching, and Communion '.
liflli-i, > nti'l YiirdH: 1'A..t Coaxt !Ititilwny nml OrnnK" Arenuo. ,, 11:00: a.in.; Preaching 7i: >"' p. ra.s; .'" t., ,.It./.
-- ; MILLS-Iloml :Mill Al!!Inn tlr Cuiwt Mni !It.v., 10O) inilow! miiitlKalitniii7oi of ..1"'kHOInllll. meets Order. second a4. Easter and fuurtb Star-Live Tuesday Oak Chapter of each Hunday. School. :43a.: ;; m. Prayer.meetingWedne.lay 'i''l''I'.I' :.ri I.r.ZI:';:',{.
>, on Sniifnrrl. Urniich. tinF.. K. I I. Ity. month at 7dDp. in.Kaltata "" evening>:uO o'clock.R.v. .t [ '' .e"
FRA"OM" : LoI({""' ''. : Pies.
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Phone 8J. R. J. MALBY, Mgr. ; .Pythias-Fountain City Lodge H.B. Ckarck. Sealb-Huodar Hcbwil,' 10:00 .

I .+..+.....+.++...+++..++.+ + .++++.+++++++.++++...+ meets montb at ant 7:>u and p.m.atpravasKMer .third Mondays of each .league.. m.; Preaching meeting UI.IO)11:00 p. 10.1 a.| Preaching m.i| Epworth Tell) ......ri Qo to ...

el BW flen-Osceola Tribe p, ni. Prayer raveling ilnewlay evening
HO.SI meet Orat and third. Wednesdays of at 70; o'clock.
I ..4...4++.+.++44. ++++ ++++++*++++*++*+*+*.*** each montb at"::80 p. ... RET.J. (. MIt-II La". The Gramling: Bakery.
.i fine C....../..<>oal Church
A. O. I ncBRIOI! IKANK( E. HONI F.N.CONRAD Kdpta./1Maer-Daytona Lodge No.Bet 1 Prvacblng po.; .m.;Sunday. Mcbnol !uHS.: I
#I' r, r. President C..hler Aut. Ce.hler + meets second and fourth I"rl"a" )'. of oath and('b.tlan Endeavor p. m.| Prvnvh' ,
montb at 1-JO m.
p. n8rap. m ; Junior Endeavor 2:10: p. m.Mtilwvf ,
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Monday of eacb montk 51 f,1tJ
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(Hrench Volulla.. County Bank) i It"..BTItOM K.I. .)....11.
i Oraas) Am ,. .. tke RepiiMIc-Joe Hooker DID YOU EVER STOP TO !
: Capital) Slock. ... ... ........ ........ .................. $ CO.nnOPertnial + post holds camp fire flist and third Krlilayor ._". Cpla oval. Charchscrvlce.nundayatllnea -

'r. Liability... .. .. ... .. ........ ................... 100.000) ) each month. Y* :M),also Woe''De..'.)',and Fridays"m.'; Holy In Lent I'ay. I that :your office stationery
I Transacts a General Banking Business. = Thursday In Lent 4-ix' > p. m. Holy lou ,. td dex of your business when THINK'r.
+ munlon llrstBumlay In rash month atlliW:
= a. ilL.: in Lent third Munday at 7MO: a.m.Hunday correspondents in distant
( IM-KI'TIONS: .
: 11.1Uh>': IN: ALL I'AItTH OF THE: COUXTBV( '"'"bool.IIOOO ..
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CLUB5.Halltaa 8&".('. W. best is none to good for .
I. For .f. keeping' of I'a1Wr..lrdeAb.tra't." ,6lfo and Fire Innuranco Politics.ye ABHOLU Rector. your
J 1 )iirovltle ultHolui. |irni*>utloti nKiikixt. ""'. 1''''ono of onrHtepI Hafoly J Blvse Yackl Clek-Meeual ibefi'lvb. ......M.K.Ch..eeh-Sunday school Die Gazette-Xews job rooms will furnish this kind! at a
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lloximln Viiull. They cost from )settle to|l.ui .per month. every Wednesday evening.! ... ..
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m.; Preaching I0:<;3; m.[ Epworth
I. League. Pvvotlonal .... price[ no higher than for the ordinary kind.
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Prrachlug7:45p.nu.1Sunday.| Llternryand
social Circle : ,
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"slOQtL Ii The Daily News5c week Carrier. Torantry. DIII.L tbe Armory on Volusla 7fOo'olwk.. 00tQQ({1''iioi'!
per by avennee.erTussd.ymight, J. II, Parkinson UBV. J.TKOXILL.
f --__- ,Capt. Com. 'i: Drink LILY WATER. I.
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't Friday. night before full moan c\loses at "::1111 in. Sloiicy onji-r win i Absolutely freed from ,all impurities j J

t II dow 0M| >nB at 4/:/IH) a. III. anti] I-IUHCH at I by the
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It is recommended
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.f. : Mayor...........................Charle. L. Smith p. m. Window open from M.OO:from n.1:00 m. to "H.OO: and hygienic: water. Plain and !

= News City Clerk........................J. W. Wilkinson p. m. eicept when open ninil in. : to ilietri-3.00: LILY WATER HOT.nd ...carI
Treatorer..........................Frank T. Peck buted. being lOn*lt e. COLD at lb.Electric BATRS Light Plant 5 C. i

I. .! t I) _-- ---- .---. ._ _--- AlI8ttIIIOr..C.C Collector.........................H.Blogham F. Dougla, Jr HOLIIIA YII. .. WM. WICKING Manufacturer.DAYTONA. >4

Manual...............................M..H. Zuber Office open from !8OO' # to 0OO: a.m.and '"
I. THE OAZETTF.--.mWM. is j a weekly Aldermen-Edward G. Ilarria 1:00 rLOaI A. .
f H( newspaper publisbcd1lR ,president; to 3:30: p. III.,vxcept when mail I in ,
k, ) at Daylona, Florida, by Gco. F. Crouch, in the IItOr" Schmidt, Wm. Atwood; Oeo. being diMtriliuteii.MAIL). 'i'J

1t and vicinity, is Democratic in political* H. Matbew, A. lIcF. Porter J. A. 1 .....
i Dend lck. and Jerome : rlX>HK.
: \. is nn ndvooato of. D. Maley. The climate of the East Coast of Florida.,
Council meet wood fourth One-haifhour b. .
any -foretheerhednb4
J' departure
.,. tUIIYtOI1A/( roailn for our citizens. Its coJumns. Monday of each mouth at 7:30: p. m. of train. is nearer perfection than that of any

.. .. V ", to bringing before cur a I If City Attorney.....................C. H. Spencer 00 other place on earth. 4 .4 4Oraag
4 iiiitlioiitic account of the liappeningac :City Pb.f.IcIAII..D'. B.B. Sealye
f : placaniul of tho ,School Trust***-Gw. H. Ludwig. C. N,f.
adjoining The .
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!ff 'Our Ctmmunitie8.M) Blngbam, Br, and B. V. Uareb.' dfliifml to yin{t
J local
: writers' the .
are ever cm lookout for door. 15 ventr|" ..-k.Loccal .

: > are assisted by giwA, l correspondents Inl1I.all nearby towns. 1
I T p $444 544444. o '
The Northerner, who spends his winters here the
.. occa-J Law 114. oaths Beach.AM .
aional winter resident, or those who are now making their Time TsMe.Corrreted .
i F first visit to our City, could invest | PAT A. V. f. .. OAT* A, .. >>. D. e
j no money where it would January ", 11101\! '

... give them greater enjoyment for a year than $l..ri<) spent forlil) Jail HOT Ian N ip 1I 1/ :NORTH nUI'S"
;' .t a subscription to the tar II M 5151
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a lit will tell the Northern render course of a year : e e 1 4l I ObT 1!IS fl raoM IS ; Nil. t 98................................. .......::8i: n> in

,- ". I!( ifourse'tionof tho what. Daytona really ie, and? : 1 0 114H s u f*04tl III IN No. 78.......................................2.43: p inHOINO.
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lr i country would he better suited to him! Y MMMM
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A/ ; As to health, we firmly believe that Daytona is as heath/I. j+ N II)5)HieH 1 111 Ta w a 51111119* 14 IN." No.2')"............,..:.....................1::.12: p m

'. ::/ .'. location as any opot in the United States, and is briefly id le is Fwh *Q 14OU iiu
f. quoted as "Daytona is lout Paradise ; Ns u I N 1 ItM --000
regained To tell 4 a pa /*> lit ,
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r i1 I I Jill briefly our advantages over other sections of the IIVel1at I : Is too 1111 Til 151 .
d 1 r'' in country_ < High tNH Yuan Koomi lor rent and room wanted J rn n
1 Health Investment, Pleasures: and place : hNn wtttNf low two .
a
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t ... Home, would consume tOt much space. And as a : 444!!!a the column* of the DAILY NEW*. yam tr

{ for your )personal enjoyment and business relations in then! -

f '. South, that you subscribe now for the GAzml-NKwe. We ..h.rsarrrrr. .................
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$8 FOR SEASON.I \ 1 of selling body-.it's shoes fair.suits We be-every ::+: Has a full line -;.'f Toilet=Soaps, Roger & Gallet ,

lieve we have the bestWOMEN'S =: L. T. Fiver and 4711' Baroness Perfumes, and. t't ''

e .t all of the Imported and Domestic Goods.
SHOES :

Don't forget to examine our line of cigars '
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and the lowest price for good abova in tlilx and tobaccos-the very best. i I

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you so. But we Invite you:to be the Judge-lo
I I compare our shoe and price with those of j+ Flavors! and our lee Cream is made from Pure

i other houses, and eOD,11IC810uneU. It you're. ; Cream.

Interested come and look at tbe tpk-ndld value ,
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fA."n/h1 .,Vaily ',/ tn .Y".". and VI./ally. we offer at $2 '' .tlO and 93. =. -

1' i No. 126 Beach St. Clark Bdg. .

THE GLOBE *.k Foster, Proprietors.DAYTONA. .I I

FLA.Furnishings..
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Weather for Tomorrow.- Send this. Issue of tbe DAILY News ;i: Clothing Shoes and GentsP I::

your Northern friend. a* It contains
FAIR.AND COLDER.F. general write-up of Daytona. +*++*++++.++*++++++++*+ ++.......f.........4....NAn _u _. _. _-__ .._.



A. Palmer left for Chicago, Fine river front property for I IH IH I I MII I 111 I 11 I 1 I I-I I 1 I I I I I I IIiH'HMl 1 J Pettepher Auto Garage Register .

yesterday, on a business trip. Nine room house furnished ,

and of modern conveniences. For Old Fodorte
Washington Ekey family, .

Nokomis, Ill., are again located on lars address Box 77, Daytona.'j i ii i IN u i IMH-H i m 111 m 11 n i n in n mm; ; ---OWl'HIt't4N.\' : ) :::.. nO.IA.IIIN.--: -- -

Valley street, Seabreeze.: The Palmetto Club will J. u. Maoiw.....::::::.=: .:.: Auto (.111'...::::.................... Hartford.: ('null I IL.

O. tlndth...................... innibkr............................ New InnHlon. l'.1I1I
Miss J. A. of Jersey City, gentlemen tonight at the DIFFERENCES W. i':.Slllith....................... 011I.... .............................. l'IU.bIlFl/r/ '.} j
apron of G. B. Seaman. Those .1. H. ... Shmley (sGvun: )................ 1I..t..n, Mn.....
arrived yesterday and is registeredat By 'Chariot Mackay H. ('. lereman................... 1'111..11............ ................... Ht brain, Mo.
the Ridgewood.The enough to have received C. H. Yeargin ................... Steamer................. .......... 11t.I.llnd, Flu.t ..

will enjoy a pleasant evening.The ,Ih.nu.n UK king can drink the best of win -. I
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city marshal empounded a 80 can I -

relict of horse found wandering. on Grant Ferris has been ,r. And baa enough; when he would dine- THE PHONOGRAPH. i

tbe streets this morning. hauled and is 'now in first class ":'n So have 1: I Gems In Verse ]

dition. She will likely prove fi/ And cannot order rain or (bin Its lavvatlon Was tho Recall .f a
H. Marion, who owns and runs Nor con I. I Cat oa the ..Ia.... .
Atlantic speedier than last year and wants Then here's tbe dltl'erenee-Iet l me i..... I Th. RutiUn National An ncclJent cut on the flnger
the Hotel Boscobnl at City, Hymn
race with anything on the Betwixt my lord the king and meT .. Ood the All Trrrlkla, thou who tiriliilnmt calmed KilUon to Invent the phonograph
N. J., left for Miami, to-day. Her owner, Tim Collins, is : Do trusty; friends surround his tbroue Thunder thy rlnrlnn and llghlnlnir Ihy or talking machine.Mr. .

John Boyer, representing TelTner, anxious to meet Mr. 'fhomp make Night bis and Interest daytOr ; theIr own? word.ahow forth. thy pity on hlBh whir thou EdlHon told tlio story of thle I
relgneet Invention to n rrportcr. At the time ,
Weller A Co., N. Y., left, today, for whom he thinks he can defeat.G. No not they. Olr to u. peace In our time. O I.or.I. lie Haiti lie was Ringing Into at...

Sanford. M. Mine love me for myself alone God the All Merciful earth hitth forsaken phone, and In the telephone's moutn-
bolt, of Boston, who Blessed be they! iefw
jc Thy holy way and bath alighted thy plefo he hud placed!, fur safe keeplnaT. aline
Roy Barnes returned to winter been a regular winter visitor And tbnt'i the difference' which I tee '' i' word: steel point. Suddenly; this point

Park, yesterday, where lie is attending for years, is again with us, a Betwixt Do knave my around lord the me king lie In and wait me. lt Olra not to thy ui peace wrath In In our Ita terror time, O awaken LordOod cut hle linnet.\ Ho found, to his surprise
that It bad been moving hero and
of the Austin. Mr. bolt i is To deceive ;
school.
a the Omnipotent Mighty Avenger there and roundabout, guided by the
believer in Or fawn and flatter when they; hate Watching invisible Judging unheard
Florida climate as vibrations of tin voice. I
J. D. Moore and party returned I And would grieve7? Say. ui In mercy and wove u. In danger
health restorer, and prefers Or Give to u. peace In our time, O Lord. lie placed a strip of yellow paper
from a trip to his hunting lodge, cruel pomps oppress my tote under the steel point replaced It In the

'Castle Windy," yesterday.At to any other of the resorts By my leuvetNo Th. Wild Ride.I mouthpiece and said the alphabet. The
Ilenton lx tbonk.'tJ1lId! here
;you Me hoar In my heart. I hoar In Ita omlnoua tool, while Lo spoke ran over the paper .
TOR RENT, cheap, an eight More dlfferenr'twlxt the king mind ,
T me. pulata
The Barnett are registered and for each letter of the alphabetIt .
Hotel. He baa bin fools with Jest and quips All day the commotion of alnewy manatoaalna I
III. and cottage near Despland made a different mark or scratch.
H. Evans and wife, Geneva ; When lu'd play home *
office box 473.,'-- ; All night from their cell tho Importunate Tills was what Mr. Edison had hoped
Alexander Hughes and ,,if4 of Minneyadit. Helms his armies and bin ships tramping and neighing.
for. lie now lielil the steel point still
George F. Coleman and wife omit are they; Let cowarda and and drew the scratches slowly
But not a child to kiss his llpe- ;'' laggards fall back, but pnper
alert to the aatldle. over It. There wag given forth very
Norristown Pa. Miss
The yacht Mallard; Capt. F. F. Fitzgerald 'ell'all.1. Straight grim and abreact, vault our faintly the aa lie bad repeated
in New York; Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mathews And that'a a difference sad to ee weather worn galloping legion. alphabet
Schmidt commanding arrived Betwixt lord the and With a atlrrup cup each to the ono graeloue It.
niy king me. o
Milwaukee\ ; H. M. W. Eastman woman that loves him. Thus the principle of the phonograph
port yesterday and is lying at the .j"t' I wear tbe cap and be tbe crown
'Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. E. What of that The road. la through dealer and dread, over -the registering and the reproduction
Grand Atlantic dock "..... and muraue.; of tho voice' vibration*-was discovered
I sleep on atraw and be
Wilson Saugas: Mass. Miss -M. on down
; There are ahapoa by the way' there are through the cutting of a flnger. It
F. J. front and wife left for Jacksonville Whitehead Boston at What of that? .. that appall or entice u*. Edison's that
are guests was) flutter, though, was
And he's the What
king and I'm the clown odds We are knight and our
yesterday. They had been Colonnadee. What of that eoula are but bent on the ridings' cut. Smith's or Brown's might have

visiting Mr. Trout's parents duringthe If happy I, and wretched be.I'erluips been quito hacked off and no phonograph -
Henry H. Strother sold his property Thoughfa self la a vanishing wing and would have resulted.Moao .
holidays. the king would change with me.I"M joy la a cobweb
And friendship a (lower In the duct and .
to F. B.
S. left for yesterday Knight, II I 111 I I II I I I I 1 I I I I I I III I I II I HIM'I'MU' MM glory a aunheam.Nor ...1......
Minnie
Miss Ruger Georgia. This property consists here la our price nor alae, after Of the Taglinnoua, a tribe on the
She --' '-- theea our puraulng.A .
Holyoke, Mass, yesterday. a dwelling and store building on long narrow island called Falanwan.
the holidays Here with her Florida Soil Underestimated The Bennett. dipping of plume, a tear a shake of In the Fhllipcilnea, Mr. Landor writes:
pent lot 100x450 Seabreeze
feet on avenue tha bridle, "Host musicians of other nationalities
visitor heard remark
Mrs. W. S. nt1 wax to A salute to this world, and her
parents, Mr. and er. Goodall,. and is a valoablpiece the land fur wudcn The person who stopped at "Tlie paaalng pitiful btuitityl playwind Instrumental by applying

of The purchase pnori'Ht Ilonnett" last season and We hurry with never a word In the trackof them to tbe mouth., The Tagbanooaplaya ;
over
property. stepH
F. E. Johnson is building a seven / that ho line earn was our fathers them with bU nose! The lantnl.a .
street near price while not positively known, i is its portals this yoar will lie struck rued flute bus two holes, and one I
room cottage on Valley in and around Daytona, that I hear In my heart I hear In It. ominous
for Mrs. M. L. in the neighborhood of $3,500. by the! wonderful transformation pulses nose piece at one end of the cane, at i.
Seabreeze in Ohio worth
avenue, was acres that the All day the commotion of sinewy' mane the Joint The Ian till .U pressed by the)
Fogg. H. E. Quist, Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. iiand, and that the gardeners greets eye. During 'the tossing hor..., thumb against the left nortril tile
All
night from their cell the Importunate
past summer this popular house has right nostril being held tightly closed
addition W. J. Starkweather, Cleveland; O. were sure of a crop about once tramping and neighing.
Wesley Herrickhas built an been enlarged, and many conveniences by the first linger of the band. The
S. Myers, J. M. Ruker, St. Louis; )'earN. We spur to a land of no name, outracing I
I flattened at the
to his house on Pine street; added for the comfort of its tha storm wind; Tagbanoua nose so
which much improves Mrs.L. Farinholt, Ashville, N. C.; may be so in part but has w. Imp to the Infinite dark, like the baaa and baa such expanded noatrUa,
"in Seabreeze, Mrs. A. P. Fries, Miss M. W. Fries taken into consideration gueats. Today, "The Bennett" .p.rk. from the anvil. I elongated at the aide that It Is especially
Thou leadeat O Audi! Ails well with
the appearance of his property. ranks with the best hotels in Day; thy adapted for this purpose. The
that follow
Jacksonville; Mrs. M. L. Mooney that for many years hIs land troopera .
Tagbanoua musician can get la this
-LoulM Imogen Qulney.
ton Mr. Albert Bennett the affable
Electric light poles have been put Miss Teresa Mooney, Miss Fox, Miss I been enriched by barn and com- fashion some aweetly; pathetic sound I

In on Third avenue for the purposeof Amelia Fox, New York, are guest fertilizers and that the land proprietor, and his charming My Two Friend -by far the moat melodious Bound I
wife look closely after the wants of f have two neighbor who have dwelt have ever beard from any body's nose,
placing light opposite the.Graded of the Clarendon. has, for the most part, been For years and years right aid by side and ho la even bold enough to attempt y
their and he who at _'. .
been needed guests, stops 1'11 very little one h. seen "
School. baa than with success, too a tri1L"A
Light not ten
more
tThe( "Schantz residence" is for years The Bennett is indeed fortunate. But that the other too, has spied
the trees rank They are congenial In their tastes; g
.here for a long time, that commercial fertilizer alone
furnished. New _._. '
rent, completely In everything they quite agree Faeey ]1.1
ing this street very dark. furniture latest hot water of used? Does he know that And what one loves to look upon Of a prominent lecturer of London aaacquaintance
system ..
The other too la pleased to *e '
two to three crops are planted New Railroad ScheduleThe ) anya: "On one occaatea I'
The gypsies are'still encamped on eating, every'modern convenience Together they have traveled far he was tile guest of a friend of mine, a

the Port Orange road. Our .informant Address J. B. Parkinson raised each year on this lard F. E. C. Railroad has pub And viewed the caf eight In many landsWhatever busy Liverpool merchant, and who I
that at least two of these three one comprehendThe the popular lecturer returned from tile
lished a schedule effective Jan. 10th
mistaken when, he stated jan 7Good other likewise, underatand
was are shipped and sold at a which four trains each ...... brothera they have shared their hall lie asked for all aorta of Impassible
that they would have to move, they gives us way grief.Uke dishes and liquid concoctions peculiarto
and tax. Afteraooeitioveraor Brvward I in the Northern markets. per day.: brother* kind In their delight.Together abstulners, a demand which somewhat
the city county
having paid roamed the field: by day
I pessimist should traverse the On the above date trains will arrive And gated upon the stare by nl.:," upset the routine of tho boaoe-
Today at noon, Napoleon Bonapart
official analysisol the Tonioka Port Or- hold. When In bet Ills nervous temperament -
the from to
Cards
giving Jroward was inaugurated Governorof from the North at 1:40 p. m., Bat, atrange a* It may seem the was tried; be could not bas

Davtooa's well water may bo secured Florida at the State Capitol at And view the numerous citrous 3:18: p. m.,7:20 p. m. and 11:50: a. m. Who friend have been cloealy linked for yeare the ticking of the clocks go he paraded ..
at the City Hall free of charge and garden trucker's beauti- Aad In their sympathetic war the liouso In the atnall hour of the

those wishing them. Clerk Wilkinson Tallahassee, succeeding Governor to become convinced of Trains going North are scheduled Have ever. shard their smiles and morning and stopped them all. In eon- .t
by Jeanings who has made the Statean tear.Wave sequence of this the servants had to be
hand of lands. to leave at 3:33: \ m. 4:30: In. never Men each other; :yet
On
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will be pleased to you official. our p. p. That fart need eau.*no great surprise roused by violent bell ringing Bat... '.
exemplary
.a card if yon will call on him. routes he will see, at all sea 4:49a.: m. and 7:59: p. m.; Beoauee these. two observing friande guest was not to be distressed eo INat'O
Governor Broward is a self-made Of whom I speak are my two area again and ordered the servants '
. 1 citrus fruits and garden truck Train No. 39 and 40 due here Mlxon. Waterman. la Christian Kndeavev: Work will be commenced at once man, having come up from the World. back to their rooms and locked then .:
luxuriantly, jiclding in 'at 7:20 p. m. and 7CO: a. m. In and then went back to bed." .
on the pier to be built extending 110 ranks. He haa been an honest, fearless .. ...'
to the judicious care ex- will ran from St. Augustine to New The Heart ef the Weed :
feat out into the Atlantic at the Automobile citizen aDd will conduct the I hear It beat In morning atlll A Hello of ltarbarieea."I

. Club house. This will be executive affairs of the State in the Smyrna and are the only trains When April elite. have loat their eloeaa.And In ancient time It was tlie diatom **
the weed there thifd 1tII. -
through rune a
which will cross the bridge to the victor In a battle to decorate thelidoorpoata .
.a great addition to the Club and same fearless manner The DAILY DAILY NKWS-delivered to your Hotel Ormond. That wake arbutus Into Mooaa.S wltb the skulls of the van

, win farotah a fine stand from which NEWS takes off its hat tothe new IScenUper week. belie It throb to eprmitla May quished. With the advance of civilization

.to vl.w the races. governor and holies his administration -- -'--'- --. A ammed mellow murmur thunder oa leagueS the nweae.I4ke *....,. of course we no longer continue this

. of affairs will justify the claimsof . . . . Or booming yule of dIMaai a***. bit of barbarity, but the custom baa not

: C. B. Chambers and wife, Danville I his friends. Ia dialed JUM I eatek lie roll. been allowed to drop altogether, aa Is
ball which oftenaet
Phasing through. the leafy ehaae.'Aa seen by; the) atone are
, ;. OL; H. .Marion, wife and >d fain I am to reach lu *oat on gateposts a relic of a barbarous

(duaht.er, Atla1 tic City; R. C.Davis, The DAILY NBWS to published. during :: Toilet Waters and ?erfpines : ADd eee the drummer uaafrald.Or Idea of long ago. In certain part

Atlanta; F. P. Oliver I>a1JIIII, Tex.; tile tourist. ae.->o. 15 teats per week, when the autumn leave are shed of Africa the skulls are atlll used aa
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Whole be
delivered.A. And frosts attend the fading :year. decoration ) village may;
O. B. Matherton, Macon; C. J. Rog"erCPaktk Lake aaoret mine epning by my treadA seep with the doorpost of the bosses

;: : *; E. A.' Sullivan, New Uontag, Atlanta Ga.; andHenry Roger: &: Gallet's Hudnut's Olgate's. ....., bunts from hiding near.I surmounted In.thla greweoth. fashion.Shocked .

Forme Baltimore mid winter snows. .
" ,. are registered feel Its pulse -
,York; are at Schimidts Villa. at the City Hotel. Ricksecker's Pinaud's Pivey's. And feel my own with added force.
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,A- When hi. cautious
red ruff drop pose Mother_ ,107 boy.
: ::1le..r... 'Wl: and 'rM. Miller: and : fat. And forward take his humming course j of
J pieI
. Eggs are selling at 35 cents If : Always on hand the : what became Gf that last piece
UtetK;of Columbus; Ohio, have :Ar 'guaranteed fresh the price is 40 to ,'The startled birches shake their curlaj left In the cupboard and told you not
A withered leaf leap In the breeaei eated It
rived and are occupying their new 45 cents. A good poultry farm Dome hidden mortar speaks and hurls to disturb? Little Oacar-I would .
Atwood Pharmacy Shocked Mother-And what yes
mlaaUe the tree
lie feather through f
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to a
cottage.on avarth JUd ..oet Theirfankitafetrrived ought prove ... call an act like that LIttle Oacar-

today and :the occupants I Marl and West .1In.propaition.I\ I t Paio...69' MAX WEfX HANKIMB, Proprietor 1 'Compact A dynamo of life of feathered of ferveat power wing, Disturbing the pWce. I luppo *.-BIII. / r

'-expect "soon"'to nave* the for the .1. I. :' -1 .. .. .., ftr diu. a* aauato to..the.sprtae. fob.Commercial. ...
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r ; ;; .11 DAYTONA, HER FAMOUS BEACH. there is tIle Club House, located on VILLA !
: pi DAYTONA and its the now world-known Daytona-Or-; a SCHMIDT'S

i where; luncheons are
mond Beach t
:: Halifax River Daytona, Florida
the
ATTRACTIONS An interesting Article on Daytona' given and small talk i is talked. Overlooking <<
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.! dl .!e Beach: From'the Pen of C. Q. Bur- Small in the generally accepted sense :: Tho JlOt.ll'OIlJIIIm.llIL must attractive view'iu P\cry ,dirc" lion' 1111,1,| :

.ft H at in' the peddling be found in the \'idnity. It is oiilv one mil, :
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: : goyn. Ex-Pre F. E. C. A. A. of the word, no* small 110 finer location can
to the depot, poatofhce, churches
. scandal her hat'siieveronstraight : from the ocean and i is convenient: ) lull :
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'" $ The :Q Queen City of Florida From A hundred Motor dating miles south of Jack flings at. one's neighbor. i public rooms and schools lavatories More sunny with sanitary rooms, than plumbing any other; and hotel all modern 111 town.convcn-bath**.

> ? sonville, as the crow flies on the Daytona hall not yet progressed"that iences Cuisino unexcelled. l.'atcs i.5O;; :?; per day: and upwards Spec:

f i ."% From the F. E. C. By. Booklet. west bonk of the Halifax, basking in far. By common consent all : ial rates by the week. The only Tennis Court in the" city located ou :
andto
reference to the idiosyncracies the hotel grounds. <<
I Iln,1 the sunshine shaded by live oaks :
._ 1 FJ. J. wlilrh, nn i ron'i-ly| n part of tln town frock of bne's dearest :
C. ": It' 110 Mile from JiK'Kfonrlllo.Fare and fanned by the trade wind lies the last year's } : HENRY SCHMIDT, Proprietor.
'.$::1.:11I! : It/ iinpnlntlon.Daytonn tabooed.
,. lC OIIP WII) enemy is strictly UUHWMMMMM MM WMM MMMMM.MMMMMMM M...MI .. :
f.
t J Round tri'M| Beach Daylona. mile is the World's thMM.1tf Nftii..M.
.'if' Only a away
74-Mile* tr"lIIl-\t. AiiKii'liii'1.Knre lies, ono mill rust of till town. It Ifl It is nearly a quarter of a century discoveredby -- -

.. 'b r, .. .l jt: oiif wiiy.sfJ.-i e' iiiinuiilii|') ,, by tln-ri gosh bridges since John Day drove: across from Automobile Playground, *****************************************************

.S L I.f s t- hound trip. d.lnDAv'ros.t '' ovi-r tbo star, and wll-tcradLtl nveiniix the St. John's in his ox cart and laid Mr. Hathaway, and exploited by :

.4.... : Is Hlliniliil I 1'1111| the nml, In \tinprimlpul. iiinrncr resort out the now flourishing town, the that prince of promoters. \\'. J. I THE BENNETT. <<

s .. went Imnk if tlu> Unll'iix Khrr nt Ito ....lIlh of St. Angnotlne. It has Morgan. It is there that :Mr. Vanderbilt .
t 4 v'\;. fiilrratxmiiH| '(> nod miilwii.v IwtwwiIM nine tourists. ilurlntf the iiiiiinr than first syllable of which bears his smashed the world's record :... Open for the Season of )1904-05. Beautifully: *

'" .J: aoiirt'f at Huluw JIll)' iiml In outlc- nil oilier placpn' south of that city vain name. mile Located Uidflcwood Avenue :

':, (f lit MlHIllll| lllll-l. It !1'4 III Illtitllll,. L1ue1 l I. nml M nNo liii'oinliij'. n rll.rltewlllf. Day builded better than, he knew, into little bits by burning up a *
.s mill'. rri'in. $t. AnjMiMiiif in : 'J5 in commemoration of which Since List: : 8CUSOH this: popular house has been enlarged to double its", ,
.. t. :,4f ::!fl.) Kcti-iil.r fiMir' .-. snort" Tinliiurli l is wide for who at that time could have fore- *
I '; i .'. nml idle tulle, from II"1.1.I. linn mid RiniMitli. l by nut 113' eon siderltd! feat and to do honor to that idol of former capacity. Uoouis single or en-suite, with or without

I." t ,11. lain kOrriin" mill, I I.* ,m-UmiMlriUi'il. ::; tib the Jlnext. In tlie world, mill the surf seen the possibilities of the East true sportsmen eyerywhere,) the Private Baths. Hot and cold water in the new part fur- :

... i-lxnl """- licmit.v 1111.K Jiclli'iit summer Coast? Mr. Flagler's locomotives_ :
I xa l wltl.uut n l biillilniX It xnfe tutu : Florida East Coast Automobile Association nnceheat and all modern conveniences.
l' the i \lllnii-4. i.l.. lli,,' !'I""lh.. II- silo I I. iiml whiter.' 1'eopli'' who have tried had nof yet frightened the wild : <<

spun(' Allllll I" KlIliWII\ 111 Illiill: Illllllimilll :Northi-rn; nmlVeKlrrn KIIIIIIIKT riHortaili'rlnre things into the back hammocks; but has nailed his"record to Menu the Best the. MarKet' Affords. J
Illllll Illlll was 1.\\111',1! I"" its doorplate. No one is more anxious <<
.k' ..,::0.: that HHTIare mini' MO piTfecIn since the advent of that patron saintof Owner and Proprietor, e
;f' noauJrslh'' with n liiiisl' ,rol\.111 jtniwili ul, I'l.niforl IIR Dnytoiin lirncli.Antomoblle that it be broken than its hold- Albert Bennett J
,.J;. ttiirxl I "..-,.... iiml", iiiiiiiimtlll the eastern side of tho State the DAYTONA FLORIDA.
breakit
4 : Race, Meet. er-the especially if he <<
I : .>0 III..'.. I I.. III.' t,'\\ II III "I."Ii': ... \\ Ilh hamlet of which I write haa grown more ****************************************************
'II lu> Florida bust: Taoist AuloiuobllAxxiM'liitloii himself. That tho DaytonaOrmond -
f it* iipiiiiiirui' i.i tn"-'i"i ,iiml ttl'vniiii'i into great big homo town. Had -- -

.1.1:of wi>lk* iiml. .stall. The. ni..aih' I't 11..1 1l I 1- inert. the ciniiliii'tH lieneh. which mi iiiiinnil linn now race a there been no Flaglcr there had I Beach, swept by the tidal .we- *******************.****************************..*
l ,! \ till nliinir: Hi'*' \\1 III'1,' "' "'11111'* llnlInmxcrl on broom twice a day, is the only "safe .
." Imilly liM. 1111,1 nnhersal" repnliithni" an tlie nn'Utewmiloiiiohllo ut been no Daytona.. I .
tin Intro' oar
',..I lilt li.. ./II-H. 11I1111\' <.r men" ,'..ur""' In the worliThe and sane" straightaway race course Parkinson House. :
.v.ili-r imk 'nml I i Tho traveler who comes to the little -
', .' tlu'iu ,ilmpi! w ins KiwH'iil. fiMimimtlie fir. ,," .tullll-frUlullIl Heacli in linn in the world is conceited, by automobilists r .
foal Lila l .stretch town on the Halifax expecting to .
i IN inneniljiiii. nil everywhere.In a
gray |1'a"l' | |h """'4. Unit ucsrnl'shtLr
xtrt'ft mill wiill.x. ., mid mnmm, tln'nivlutfi'iii'i'ii'il ..,. of thirty, or inure "miles without, a find a typical Southern city has January it is predicted l that 0 Fine location corner of UidgewuoJ ami Magnolia Aivuueg. :ie

i I, lull tri.>l>ii'iil |"ui liiH'i"loijtloMBylriMfil bretik iiinkrrt It tin naturnl ru'llIg counted without his host. The the figures of our fellow club-man, KlittrhLtKlitM: Sanitary. PliimblnK, Bathe and all moilerniT.nvcniiiiifH. C

\, I iimiiiiiiliiirt, rri'Knint. boys around fur Amerli'ii.At buildings are replicas of those in lowered. : market affords.
oval, low tide the hencli, JH 1 lured for Mr. Vanderbilt will be : '' Table the Lent tile Largo, C
.I'III.I"'I'I'h.1 mini
end dully )
,, other vurli'llcH. while In iiiiin>' )plurw. < :a tier, > feet final, .neither rnrrliii wheebleyile anyone of a hundred New; England TIle condition of this brarh, the : iilri'ly fiirnlHlii'J rooms, nil lighted and livat<*d.fxpomro. Southern :

..,I. the wild\ grnp.( .. ""' hiuiqrtiii, ,. 111,1' nr pedi'strlmi inn make 11 villages, while) the residents manyof stand-up-imder-the-strain, of tho car : For rates, apply to :

the n11prluprir[| | rlimli, mill rlinx/ mtiiiHK' hiirdly., ilxlhli., Imprint on the xmnot them who preferably live there and the iron nerve of the man behind .

:. the liriiiH'lH'x. fiirinliiu' xliinly. l lM, \ .. nml |Loamy. "'"111111"" Hlxhl to see 1I1I1I-rllllC.1, !hh'y.! e
and milling health
grn.r the Some seeking
,
"i The town lii" |"iiir.illi>l whim I the i-N'M/ Hii<
I t' Halifux HlMT. mill,, I'Mrinli,, fur in-iiil/>. \\hili helid'e n "tllr I hreezi'. nlonu the others pleasure come from the corners The Club house not elaborate .
't., Kiiimilli lieneh thus iilTordiiiK. tin. must of tho earth where the four winds
,. tWO lllllcH llll>ll|" the ,,11111" -. 'llliM\ but commodious: corn fortrblehome-:
river la I Inl l flight/: "I, I the nnil/ "'i' ii nil ehi In rn tint/; Kjiorl known to limn, lie arc generated. There are not a like, and pervaded with the spirit oC

.'t '.:. the yoi'htNiinin ami forms nnr' i.l'. ihli Hides/ Ilie-u*, mlleM fit linril, .nlielleil.pnllil/ dozen native families, which is re- good fellowship is located opposite rM++..++++t++++++++++a.++++4++++++++++++++.+++++++++a1'r
tOWH'M grt'lltl-Hl. lltll'lll'lllillH.Tlie ,. fringed" liixileinrilx brim the IIIVITH oHie + +
the Southerner
a' 1 whorl. I null, vehli'h'H/ Into. ,it dll'iH' gretablo. Why Daytona on the MolT overlooking the + +
Iiml' ciiii
f ( iniilii iMi'tiiit-x |Jrii';
.. ..... .. Mllvl with <>r lnl"'i-"-it tin* lima nrfalI 1."tI.11". the iiiiiliitiinil nver the. gravitates New Yorkward, and the speedway It i is the Mecca "f f the : Hotel +:

t- HH fell w l ids, f\fi'il| ISi'ih'li cirri.. .I Iwlili.li 1. hound lifliltfes, ulileli 0 Kpllll tlli> dplendllllnlifal / Northerner, Daytona, Ormond and members. To augment its member +

(: ;: : U iilimil hlvly tits r..I. lull. IIIIMu I IIHer.Tlie Palm DeachwardB is something that i Desplands I
nail entertainment for
lieneli r.11I, i the ,nn sly, 1.llIlrll t tHie to bhip provide
llHlf guile of nl'i'ii, \lii'iiiilH'iil tinder" no fellow can find out. Maybe, it JH
S louext point, III elililliliiniilMllre" their friends, is the sole ambition of: i t 'i "THE FAVORITE" $
shl.| nliiTi
: utullllit npun lit fiixli-ni' \ % *that the one lungs for the glare of t
llhnnt Tillll feel, mid the illrrnut' depth, its... .
Mow nit president.Present
nloiii
mill
i-lili
1 .. the .n It naves ii the lights and the crash of the brass NOW: OPEX J
and ncruax mush iomrM lln I "...lInlt.i of till .1I1.r) lllenslirt'M hunt two rlv't. indications that the ;
i 1 luvlgoriltliiK cold ln'iillli uIIIK:\ lirri'/i': A eoiilliiiioim Kentle" mvell rolls I III on Broadway, while the other, satiated are 1 .1; +
;
i from" I the friilll I Iileplli III coming meet will forever establishthe ; t
from off' tin. nlili I \llanlli-, \\ hii'll norm IIIID to two feet with that which his brother 1 *

temper' nod refiner the Halifax ,i-linmti / under noriniil ruliilillolm. milk craven, seeks to rest his tired nerveson Daytona-Onnond) ]Beach us the UNDER
"\ In tlnorlil. .1.Ii big the heai-h mi allrnellve. mid nliHiiInlely world's raring ground. It is expected + ]
one uf tin iiioxl piTlii\ I safe the sunny beaches and in the ; Leon )Despland |
I Daytutul lint mmiy "mill's of ncllKrinltJ : plneifor Hllrf hlllhlllKllerti Blinded of the South that the value of the prizes will Owner and I'I'oprlt.lor.DAYTONA *
Hie Infant us well IIH the (tnyhalnil orange groves : +
nmrlnl nml Kliclliil/ nunM inn
I' -8 8i I, streets., ri'iiiK'ilntf II Ih,' : velernn. of many Hummer, emmifely land. What's one man's meat is aggregate $:20,000() and that everybody ++ FLA. J

Wheelman's Paradise i-iijoy the luxury of u sea. bnthlliroiiKlioiit another's poison. While it is true will be glad he came and go i +

', out n(lili'.l to Ilea, lint II "hull wily. the lnrter purl, of the year that )fr. Flagler has made a score of home happy) with his automobile .+..+++++++.++++ +..++.++++++++++++++++++++++.++++++.
: It while the .Hlroni mid expert"' swimmer. .
inilca of tmimtli luinl ln'iirlithat ----- -- --
,
.if tare tlilrty places along'the line of his railway loaded with trophies
,
..
run xenlnre out further tu test hiHlreiih'lh
long-OlHliini'u affords. IIn.nlll'I\'IIIJ.cyi'lliiK. nml 1 doping Bourse fur ur / mid nklll In hauling with tlilm'limiHtlldi. pleasant resorts for the rest hunter 7R7117RAtAt71C71t.71b7R.7RJhlll)14 .>>.. ... >>

j'1!. utoniolillc riu'iiiK.. ;.No. town ..f i-iiin powers, of the IIII/bly; the boatman the fisherman and the *

t i* else North ...rUlllh.; cumbers. "i> Ul'4'llll society mob it is of Daytona that I Dtipcnt,

Y' ] many wlicvliiien, nml cycling Is n fav. The Penlmnla sing. After all has been said and "Do you think ragtime Is hero to I THE COLONNADES. |

a 1 orlte imtlline, with tin, tourists. mini l lying between river and ocean Is. one- st yr"Not
,1 done and the lights turned down, unless that section of the constitution
half ,
wide
1 mer and wlniiT.Th inilu anal IM bi'Ing rnpldlylu0.ruvld Seabreeze. =
i i B...otlfnl Cottagvitbttt .. nml there. ori innny tine rot and the hush and the quiet and the guaranteeing the right to best

l'': ;; have lifen eras-tr.l. during the I past! Inwes and, Hevernl" good lii\>tels, an after thought that come when the arms la repealed"Plenty i A HOUSE: OF EXCELLENCE.. *

1 }'eare nml are la-lni hunt nn ri'inliT peril, hi.iwe, two iH-eini plan, lieiulloillloii blazon of the trumpets that proclaimthe of Tbtm.MlM *

l i. : 'I I Ing Dnjloiiu IIH fmiiuiH for lln IIinhoiiifx ) nml, n liirtio rnslno. attractions of other Edens have Crank-Do you believe in shortengegementel A. B. KIMBALL. E. H. FAUNCE. :%

e: ss an for ilH ln'iiulll'iil hoer .tries. A Remarkable Feature died out, Daytona stands alone-the *
t L cud urviiiirx, as suit till')' nn inMInx( Mlu
nt
IIIIM been Black-Certalol You have
liiijtuiin the yearly Im- can
..I ''- yearly to its. nttriii'lloiix.Not liroieineiit' In the style. mid value ot Fairest spot on the Southern Grand 10 many more la ono year If they areA WWWR: : :WWWW: BR'WWW: D

';;1 tin1 least v( tli"..i" nllnirtliiim I Is) till "1111,11111thllt are bfliitf muted<] Tour.I fIIMtrt.

: tboce tvfiirliii; IIOIIICA. In the I South, for hours '
Men of capital of the had been remiss had I omittedto
t., i lad ranking HI'I'OIH" only to Unilllifulnesn "North nml Scaling ........ The
West have
.. and |n>rfii..tlon of rllniiiti, lath Ira bevonio awnkend tell of the home life and social The girl ulj "y..." ... Cleveland ...
to advantatfea for winter realleneeM I. .And to thtlr bliss
i \ '. + fact Ihnt Its iiiulntlon| Is i-lili-lly i mid! valuable lots art beingimvliiiNiHl features of the people who,like Paul Wu ugnet. I p.... )Magnolia Avenue, one-hall block from Postoffice and River Front.
coinpoMiHl cr fiilliriiliHl. mill liiltntproii of Tarsus in "Citizensof With ono ..*..t ...... New
: | ami eoH'.ly lioiioex. b<'autlfuln glory being But oh baton and Neatly Furnished, Rooms Single or Enaulte. Bath,Oas and Ste.m"e.l.

I Is, | | >, nrriisliiiniil. to ri'llnvniciits. \ design. l mid 1I1I1..b. are being, erected no mean city." Peopled by cultured The night ww o'" Special: attention (given to the Table Far.
of hiiine and BIM-III! llfi ....1010..1 to Too bet thtjr Mald '
I, mid beautiful homes the aboileaof families crowded with churches Phone
Tim- bliss com more.CL.rm :-JR. SPENCER B. GREEN Prop.
;, these fHattinw nrt K XM| liiin-lii'M, goodpubllt _
t wealth
and culture .
1 are multiplying.SeahriHitt' of all denominations
o- and |IlI'h'nlu si tu-luuilx etures.l good schools, :
(City Beautiful) and oCWUowt.
I l '- bolc-U, Innnilry mint iiitirKi-tM, luiM-lly and an equable climate all the
year
( (omlnll, an" settlements on the Oceanside "Why do men appear to prefer wid-
work*, nn opera| honxo, i-lii-trlo. lights of the penliiHiila noros. the Hnll. the home life on the Halifax is Uto .war* SEASIDE INNAND

tt for street nml Moore Illiiiulimtlun, n fax The folk Terhap they like to
s tutor from Unytona.At pian. good instead of : get woman already
good h''II/.lIe' I Infix, broken FURNISHED COTTAGES.
KyiliMii
tory In
| the foot of Ocean to tobacco smoke and
Boulevard, allowing Time to kill them land
Lily Watvr WurkM. mill, hot nml' rind swMrlog." Modern
Everything
Homelike Comfortable
I $ hr''I1'' and
.1 n |nh>r ronclip* 000 testacross hard ,
# baths, "!.'., nml evrrylhlng 1..' mi bo some very thumps on the Old )
I hi brach, Buts
; Into AtWhs
the
i procured thnt IM. ui-rmMiiry to cake swelling father's venerable sconce. His Mid VMom on. Tap ?lTectly on the CoastSurf bathing and sea Bating nnanrpawl.
stint of the oreuil. 1"hlot )pier U a JUTES f2.5I: ( PER
i life comfortable. An Important f,*ut. iiM.rlte quietus is delivered in various "How did Solomon get tile reputation DAY. SPECIAL BY THE WEJ-:".
+ resort f thoHu ways.Some
lit
t> ) delight
of being the wisest man?, H. F. STEWART; doodad, Fla.
are In the hcnltlifulnw!" of this town Prop.
.t,. tetha In the nport.. of .Jl..hln '",e surf down him by boating, others -He probably listened to the adviceof .

;j Y hero abounds In trout, pompano yel- mangle him with their automobiles, bas "I"..."

.. .y Water Supply owtall, oavnlle/. whiting\ drum then there are those who( defy his ILLINOIS HOUSEPort
s Which la OvrlvtM from luiuu'ron. sheepshend'' anal many other vnrletle Mt r....
e'tt ..: flowing wells, of \vlili-li limas l Art prub- of e lll.le. Jlsb. mrlng the fall seniionhe ravages by lying on the sand dunes White-.'T a noticed that tbe wicked .Orange. Florida.

} ", ably 800 In the fi>.rl.urllIIl11lt'4.. Tills fiiinuiiD sea bass affords royal and flirting with the sunshine; and generally get what they deterve.
Located
e flow It curett by horliiR mils to tint )port, and It.hos been no uncommon oat, but by no means least, there is Black-And I've. noticed tbat the good on Ridgewood Ave: Terms |6 and $7 per weekD.

]t. 5 depth of from SO to 131:!' fort )passing occurrence tu Inlla! thousand! pound. the seemingly endless procession ol don't-LJfo.
W.
e through Bvveral train uf ruck nml of HiH gnmey flsli in nn afternoon, the disciples'of that WJNN Prop.
good old time- Sometimes thla happen: A man who
title from nil mllvliliinls, -
depth| niiiir< purity of them ranging from --- -
killer Isaak Walton. baa been sensible all Lie life lets a fool
r' \ 1, urface cnntaniluntlon. Tim water IKlightly fifteen to thirty.five ponmta, In weight make a fool out of blm.-Atcblon *******************************aa>fta#'<.. ,HH>*** ; 't: luiprvenntml with inaniienlii Xut only .1...* the won offer thin Society? Oh, yes Society is the I II Glob. .

t end Iron, unit holds. sulphur; In the splendid ellCort but the Halifax River| same all the world over Teas,balls, The Palmetto House. i

4t. : shape of gnu, which noon passes nwny.Th duly half n mllo bock of the ocean 1* I, rives and v eite." The real social All about the automobile' race*. The
r' Population of Daytona equally fanioim for Its I DAILY NEWS: will have a
( fine 'fishing complete record
., \! life i is unearthedln &o vhits. Then of each .- Well Known and Popular.
.. proper la aloft l.Moo. AiliUtl to and the vnrletlog that abound in the! i race. Iftceatsperweetdeltvered.Edw. .

thlfl IB a suburban opulutlou ou uinln wino. are present. In the river -0

,n!. .....'.. bore and pvulnsula' about 1.000nt Hunting and .fi.hlng gooil. Ex.lerltwced .... 'J.. .. ........;......i..h. .. .... --
.
X+: I u Xlngaton, Blake, Old! gcnbromo or guide and dogs may be> bad j I : J n i 'J .. Overlooking: the beautiful Halifax River, .
"1. Ooodall ..ab1'l'C'z" nml Silver Ilmtrh. ot reasonable. price r
; Daytona.
: A
z. homelike and comfrotable

::;' G. -Harris house. First-class in".a11 respects.

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