The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 1904
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.. Daytona, Florida, Saturday, September 24i 19w.best A/rMlaq M...Mi t.-are.u as V..."!: Price 5 Cenls

: *S SAN JUAN HILL CHARGE All -- ---- -
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k f, DAYTONA .....................*****...**........**...*....*... INFLUENCE WOMEN ON MEN ] FLORIDA LANbS IN BIG DEMAND ..

-t' k.1 as Admiral Sampson's f An Old \I If -
) Because Our City Is the Mead Cen Favorite -

;, 0ttai for Destroying Ccrveras's ter of Automobiles Detective Looking for Crf dn&b AN Un4 Office Statement OJrts tIN Number
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Fabrication. Investigate Weak-
Fleet Was a bilists In the Far South. of Acres la Each Cooity

: A;J few York paper recently print- The PaIn I bach News, in an article : THE TAX ON OLD BACHELORSBy i nets for the Fair Sex Subject) to Homestead.

.' 'edtbeollowingnews/ story: on the Daylona-New Smyrna 'fhe French have a saying, "Look The demand throughout the entire

o Chazlea Rankin who mid he was load that is now being rapidly constructed Stba Smith for the woman"and it holds goodin United States for information regarding -

,; of the members of the negro thus advocates its extension .# En Jibh. Whenever a good mangoes public lands in Florida has

f it regiment that saved the day down the entire East Coast by the THIS poem hu been amTltwd to I.urrrlla MarU navld.. n. the Iturtry .... wrong we suspect there is a I become so general that the United
Hill held in : WCM( prodigy (torn 1**, dW 1mw). but Stcdoun1 HutchlMoiV. involved. Shrewd delectift'S.al"a's
jtSan Juan was $ ) various counties interested) in the I of American IJUrmture' It .. "Libr.ry It woman States Land Office in Gainesville
aura came from the j n 01 Snit Smith. the It
W for trial in the Jefferson Market project i issuing bonds for that t huim-rUt.Mho who uta the tn wm of Mayor Jack Duwnlnic. Smith. It look first to see what a de has compiled a careful estimate of
pur- Jourtwaliit ..
.If'if lffMlon. Urn In ITtZ and died In 1MB
..-tsart on a charge of burglary. The llOtC: ? work *" declared' "'mooK thr m..i.t .occ<<. <.rul .Japt.tlon. : f.lult connection with fast women the number of acres subject to homestead -
iplalnant, Francis Oliver, of West "WI] )' not extend this! ]hard road i i t the lauk*e dlalMt to the punn..i of hum<.ruu. r"iUn,," ItIt It has IKCII.Recently. in each county. Especially

.[. l- econd btreet said Uankin southward from New Smyrna to ih- ItIt an embezzling New York during the past two yean has this

open the door of his homes'jimmy' anti if thought advisable? What :t; IMtLAMKI a dream in the tiUlt of my HluuiUr : bank clerk was caught by tracing demand been great is evidence

if& and stole $ 150 worth towij in Florida i is AIM, an fart UII 1 drtsuwd' it was l'Uhlt'\llotu uuujtri.; .. the woman on whom he had lavished that the people of the Union are
making more rapid My thoughts ram uloiik In uli (Uiutif meter
: l household goods. progress than I)a)!ona? None. To I'tu sure I ne'er ww any in'try sw f
;s "Iknow lloohevelt well,' Rankin what i is this marked due? I It mruiwl that a law luul U" n r >iviitljmade, : It is almost impossible for any man I section. They hate been attractedby
That a tax ou old l lstcl Ours (nitra Mivuld U laid; It short of a genius to invent the fine
:iaid.II was with him that day at a new products in the Northern
Evidently to her
splendid. roads, her And In order to wake them all williiik' to IUQrr), :
'&aJuan, And if it hadn't been for drive(, and the fact that fur these: : The tax wan as large ua a iiwn iuUl well carry w <'timl'nd a genius cannot find markets from Florida soil, and manyare

Wgro troops on that occasion ]hepf0glda't reasons: it i is the ]head tenter nf automobiles .. Tli > Hnchvlun KruiuMfd. silo mild 'twitt u i UM', : any new motive for doing wrong. determined to settle and make
be alive I I 'T"III cruel luju..tlUM?. rAnd Men seldom do strange and un their homes here.
*. \ today. and automobiles in the far ; dtx-lartxi that to site a llii'if own bnirt'a kxNi from rptillug :
1{ Cbomenting upon this story and South. Of rush a vile tax tlwyvwil"l tn-Vr |>u> a shilling usual things without a strong incentive For the convenience of the publicthe

_" the buffalo (\. 'limes."ASoUier" Hut the Itulcr dctiTiiiliiul their I.t-betue to pursue, : and that incentive is! nearly] United States Land
,,triHflg i! to ( 1.) &\\3nnal1, Ga.! realizes this fact, Office atCJainebville
tLy wt all tin hutbelorr atoixliH. 1t
up ? always,
directly or indirectly, a wo-
U says: and with a view toeapturingat I leasta A crier was out tim the own to ail fro : las compiled the following -
}< "Kow, Chailes 1'aukin may knowFaorevelt part of this wealthy class of tour- .1 To rattle his U-ll. and his truiin-tt to blow. : man. Hut, mind you, there arc two statement, which will be foundof
And to bawl lout at all lu mlKlit uuvt tu the sides to this question, declares the
way interest
well and he ]havebefr to the public
may ists and winter residents 1t everywhere:
at great "Ho! old illtdlt'lor.. "
forty old here twlay. Atlanta Journal. Look about
with him on 'that day,' but expense and with comparatively few f AIM pn**> *iitly all the old maws to the town .: youat Acrn.!
the who
;;Better he nor any other negroes advantages( is intending large bums Each one in LIT very l*>t Is'umet and gown : men are living straight .\lAt,b ua..........._........,................ 13.1MJ7
> could have saved Roosevelt's life on in the construction of ::k From thirty to xlxty. fair i-lalu. ml rust pale, and truly successful lives. Head the Half ....................... _.............. 2,107
a speedwayand Of every d.t*<'rliitlon. all! Oud.,1) to the l.a1r. : histories and ]learn the forces that Bradford ......._....._...._........ R85
f Baa Juan Hill for two very good the construction of a garage. : Tie audioiurr then In bIll Inborti U K ti, have operated to give the world so It re'ard....................................... 92: ,1 74CoILooa
.jeaicns-fin't, Uoohevelt's life was "New 1II'rnwith an eye to the :f And calM out aloud an hv hcbi up a miD, : .,.,....",............. ..... 53,905
"How much for mln-lorV% Him kIn many imperishable names. Scarcely
a wants to
Bet in danger 'that day, and, sectdljr main chance is promoting a hard .. twlnlk nuiulvn burr Citrus.................._._................. 9,!7 6
a t\i-ry rt1llfICUII""I- "I-I. : : a has achieved honora-
,t ] he was not in the {fight j at nil road l>etwt cojsan}; Juan Hill. and makes the ) i The bachelors nil were w>kl .tIT in a trite; : LIe distinction in this world but has I >ia............_..... 2,147
announcement that it And forty od! uialdfii, sumac )'oulljI'r. wmie older, attributed his success to the good Dade. urTvd_......................- :22,031
"It i is astonishing to find to what will be ready for use the ensuing ; i Each lugged a" old biu-lidor hoiue un her shoulder.Mfw' *: and gracious influences of a mother IV-Soto ......_.................. ........... 01,097

Ktremes this myth will San o 1................... ._..................
go. sea omt."Stnv I '........................ .. ....................ff.. or a wife, or both. A mere list of U f It : 1,700
0r:. Iou lIiU was aNsaultcd; and cal} why should not Titusxille ------ the names of burl men would fill Ki'ambia...............:m................ 5,187

*-", died by General Sam ]Hawkins i and Cocoa, Fort Tierce, Stuart West point on the upjn' I li.i; t t'.i.i i'.t III A Happy lilt Celebrate I Together. many columns like this. Uadndeo 4,112
Hamilton._. 2,924:
:Goad WTlolT-tllI' latter being Palm 1 leach, Miami and intermediate Miami hundreds of ihnuscuuls! of Tliif<> diioiicd l husbands of the Iiesjuvting the honesty, the integrity II l'rn aud 0......... 3,: 6'JIIillllborough

A killed in the attackand Mr. UOOM points llrevard and Dado counties horse and horM>lem carriagen wouldtraerbe I same woman, Edna Trulock gathered the faithful adherence to high ........... :2,189

felt had no more to do with it than catch the inspiration and unite, at it during the hcatk, thus an,und a festive board near purpose and lofty ideals: that hate no] 1,959

} Utl Buffalo baseball team. least to the extent of contemporaneous bringing in a cla-w of visitors and l'iul' nl1ati recently and jubilatedover given them a place in the hearts and JotUon. 2,023
LaFajetU-....._.... .
27,423Lale :
: Colonel! Ilacon, in his review(I action, extending] the road as far winter resident to the lower East their return to single blessedness. l- histories of a people, they all gladI ." -&3,"()tj

." tile military operations in Cuba in Hotith existing conditions warrant? CUt who under existing conditionsnever The affair was given by Constable I !set forth in their own choice of her, surveyed *?......?.................. 30,518
: ', tie August number of( the Army Certainly ]).'110 needs a hard road get then Timberlake, who was the last words the one great truth that "a lA'Oo...... ...._......_........... 160

tad Kavy Critic, excises finally and from its northern boundary !houth- "This is not visionary suggetition. one to secure a divorce from the woman was at the bottom of it." Levj............__- 20,136M
for all time Itooscvelt's claim to military It iii Based upon the actual woman whom he had married just a Hut the unfortunate who al!i il4U n ......_......_......... 1,201Mauatw
1 ward, and doubtless aunt an im- ones .........w.......................... 11,487
glory from the :San\ Juan epi- pro\ement would be of incalculable petals of the country, and \has in view year previous. stand on the gallows or are shut in Marion......................................1 4 11>16

'. biei l enolit to Voluwa und brevardcommit- vast benefits from extraneous sourcesthat Timlx'rlpkc united a host of his the jails for life-does any one of Monroe: .................................... 7,000

; "After San Juan had, l been cap- tic mg. will inure to the advantage of bachelor friends to the dinner, and them dare to tell you it was a wmail's 1 aMUU[........................................ 0,350

tired Roosevelt decided that it was: silt work nild all the pwplo now and lien>after. then thought of the divorced l MM.Timbcrtakc's ( preceptor example that placed Oran#, ......_......................... 25,293OwoIa
"Of not
'i roUJ: a c< ............ .....
.' In the distant future it will _..... 17, 18
mt matcrialir.e. former hudliands and!
; tide for (him to charge Homething, him there?
1111 rnrri..1 out n. without nil issue of Pao._................. :l,633
j6 W he marched his men frantically lands, and l JUKI now bond rseuesand It is only a question scjit them invitations. The merchant at his counter, the Polk ..............._.......................... :!j,600
T, < vp Kettle Hill. ]Kettle Hill dcrhoditl hard roads awaken unpleasant memories whether the present generation shall These gentlemen, who are I'd: ward clerk at his desk, the carpenter at I Putnam .?. 13,823St.

_> 'j. name from tho fact that an old l in Dada county. tiJith] do time work, sharing with posterity Sjuirr, of Cincinnati, and George his bench, the farmer following the John............ 19,332:

f -. kettle was found on top of it. It I I of the before ita burdens and its benefit" White, of Jnt-nficKI, Ind, acceptedthe plow, the statesman on the forum, Santa UOHU........ :lUG6
the experience loot us, SurnU-r ...........?.?...... 1,290
invitations and the
}-: not'fortificd.. It contained no lK>nds may Iw i issued and their] proceeds -- on occasionthey the sailor on the broad sea-all men SUM anuw................................... 1,0 1 9

t lotnnclinicnts. It held no Span-1 exjienileil with economy, with A Historical/ llou c. proffered toasts to 'fimkrJalr's everywhere are made more true and Tailor....................... 10W)5

t iards. Colonel 1 Ilacon nays that Itt a certainty of results and satisfaction The house ijtin standing in future happineW. kind and faithful and manly becauseof Volunia .?. 18,6Rt1

serer had held Spaniards and characterizethe Each of the men had a toast to the influences received some time Walton,uurvejrwl......180,28.1
that which of
any the in
Louisville upwards
that the American hall ,edU .) to taxpayers Ky., I respond to, which they did with a and somewhere from woman.A Wtu biokton ................,........,..,.. 75,73
troops l pa;*+ expenditure of money of stockholders : seventy years ago Jefferson lhi\is' ,
".: s, 1 without a thought of marching: in a railroad -ompHiiy. thc only president of the ill-fated I hearty vigor. Sjmrr's was, "Is Marriage woman i is nearly always better No information can be given generally -

; it because there nothing south a Failure White's was, than her environment. Her virtuesare as to the character or value of
r / ttpou was "From \\'el I'ahn leach :Southern Confederacy, led to the "
: < 5 Oft, top to march! for. Hoohevclttkrged save intervening gals, there is a fairly altar Miss Knux Taylor, daughter of I "No Wifry for Me. Timbeilake'swo inherent, her wrongs are usually any particular tract. Parts of the
I **. ".\rl''uu as Happy Tonight asa borrowed from the lords of creation. lands worthless
are or of little
'i l it purely fur tho benefit of I good road extending even below General Knox Taylor. very
Mi bureau and Colonel l HACOIIl work owned anti Year Ago1l'roJucthcneof, Whenever see a monument value, so it behooves a prospective
press Miami l and it i is said that preliminary The house VIM then you
tea positively that dining the en- to the extension of the rack ( Florida Pine LanJ.
1--" ': 'aagement 'that day' Colonel HOOto'Ag road! north from this! city is in progress. -I (bho lUrrilgt'utlt.'nuan! of hell I some: worshipped name bear in mind went in selecting a homestead. For

"Ttlt never saw a :Spaniaid; ], unless The work already done, and : name), through whose intercession .J, I), Kennedy, of Sorrento, Kla, that while there i is a man at the top the most part the desirable landsare

t_ an'was able to look through Kettle that shall have been done Ufouthe I' General Taylor consented to the mar- sonic' time last Fd.rtl4lrt'ulU'lud'11 of it you may rest assured l there is more or I less remote from rail

i Hill"Food proceeds of a bond i issue would! be riage of his daughter to Mr. Daxis. I to cxiR'riment I ou a small patch of "a woman at the bottom of it." roads and jiopulous settlement

available, would materially lesson the The!; house, though then a comfortable groun.1lC one-eighth of an acre, Whenever you see a real man anywhere The western and northern portions .

oj Thought for Warrior Rulers. cot of t' construction the entire line. and liandsomc residence, has I which. was a little lower than the surrounding you may ronfidl'ntJy"look for of the state are adapted to

"i'ulve! mo the I money"" nays a re- "What the entire cost of a fifteen- I: fallen into decay, and, after( having < laud but which had been' the woman." She by no means always farming live stock and small fruits,

sat speculative philosopher, 'that road) from the northern : been remodeled, is occupied by the i I given< over entirely to maiden cane, links in the shadow of crime more hardy than citrus varieties; the
1s been spent in war and I will foot of Dade to a proper servants of .Mr. A. Levy, whose residence which was waist high and malted Hy no means is she always a trmptrtws. central portion is! suited to general
;: purchase every foot of land on the boundary Miami would IM the is in front ou the name below the surface the ground. Ily .\h! no; it i is she, too, who fanning trucking where transportation -
.J gfole I will clothe point Mouth of double plowing and cutting he removed facilities
man citrus
every know further than I grounds. points to the] sumi-kiSsed heights of ]permit, fruits

.RomaQ and child in an attire of writer doe* not engineers My ?J.;H-<>, Miss Taylor lived only tluve the cane, considered by moat success. and live hlock; the southern portionto

-, hash kings and queens would \Ill' that l'llUllltltl'lIt Tlwt however, months after her marriage with Mr. men a foolhardy job. trucking& subject to the same limitations -
>',,.t jroud. I will build school: houses ontery (OIK) would \\x ample. which could Davis ho ha\iug contracted. a fatal I lIl.' ure the end of the month he Working Overtime. as to transportation, citrus
"=' Lillsule and in every valley of is a matter of estimate real attack of malarial fever on Mr. DA- planted the ground to Irish {, tatoes, Ei ht.hour lawn are ignored by I and other mi-trt'pil'al fruits and

.t &* whole earth. I will build an bo easily made were there a purpose US' Mississippi f.1mtu which they I using [as a fertilizer $1.00 worth of thorn tireless little workers-Dr. live stock! the islands and Dade
undertake the wheme."EsK'ntial New Life Tills. Millions
# academy in and endow to potash and stable manure. This King's are county being generally adapted to
town after marriage.
every benefit( went immediately I at work and
always night
to the greatest day, curing -
:1t.fa i college in every state and fill it ; construction such a boule- The tradition prevails with some was once all low pine land of only : indigestion, biliousness constipation truck farming and fruits
'WUh able 1 will from the( refusedto fair grade the particular n>ot Living sick headache and all It 1 be
professors. crown continuity at least: Ill'rtiUlli that General) Taylor stomach may said in conclusion: that
hill of yard would be its of his at times water standing on it. liver anti bowel troubles. Easy, the
F"7 with a place worship from New consent to the marriage public land ]lave been materially -
"' to Daytona.The gap In Alrillte harvested thirty bushels pleasant, safe, sure. Only L'JC: at
.lecrateI! of
Davis and that reduced in
to the promulgation would bofilled. daughter and Mr.I an every county in the
r: swoon The At wood Pharmacy and J. M.
Smyrna Daytona of of unusual size and
,..JM.r-- I will smippOrt in every pul- 1'olusia and ItrevarJ to clo)>cment U'IIultt't1.Out.'h: is not the jiotatoes Jones drugstore.A state, with one or two exceptions,

:''F*! in able teacher of righteousness, Were the sdteme, their duty fact. General Taylor objected to quality, selling twenty bushels for within the past two years, in many

\10 that on every Sabbath morning fall into between the marriage becau Mr. Davis won f-l4.t. instances having been reduced more

't.1%-chime i of one hill shall answer would) ..' to fill the north gap boundaryof I a soldier, whoM life he thought, He then planted corn on the same Run of Bad Luck. than half lie United States Land
NrtsatHer around the earths wide cir- I (Smyrna: and of the work | would subject his daughter to hardships ground, which produced au avenge .\ humorous: Western editor thus Office will be pleased to answer any

/'i Oeferenee, and) tho voice of prayer Dade) and Dade's part the system i and more or taw exposure. I of three curs to the stalk. He planted recounts the woes of life in the Wet: questions regarding public lands,

-.>"wd d the lOng Of praiM3 Should! ast-cnd l Would be to winplete work already Hut, at the instance of his sister between the corn, which by the "His horse went deaf and his mule and those desiring such informationmay
Itordcro, a I
."* within her own whom he devotedly "'ay"i1t lose together, l'O\\l pea*, and went lame and he lost six in address the
*universal, holocaust to ht'an'n Elizabeth, to was i cows al register or the receiver
l'tllUpldt.'l1."In the of the I
partially I 04 soon on corn was out
-.? -.. -- -- timating the] value and importance I attached l, 1 l.e confuted to the marriage waym\ sowed 1 in some beggarwciil I poker game; then a hurricane came of the office in Gainesville.

'",.,-.u:' SOLD A J'II.K lit' t'ItlMI+hkI.A11'$ ( of such a Kheine it bhotddbo pro\itlnl it should occur ;rt seed and this month will reap a on a summer day and blew the house -_
< Cormt UlCUllllY: hOlIMIIt did harvest of and where he lived and the earth- Decals never
.1 b"IOIJ Item that od nt.\llrJ his bister's occur good hay, llt'a'i beg- i away; Our country trtcl> ftll
(IminlK-rluin'H Cotmli in mind : gi
lorDlun, than twenty years, iui,l it borne homo people, there, and the }louse still stands, garweed combine i quake came when that was gone and To buy or ordvr through the man
to "
desideratum Thus in six mouth from this Trrtbln, for II surely fllliTh
{lr i 'nUrf mitUfaction. I lnivw Mol aie a and that, together with the county : ont swallowed the land that the house '
the bill for .
to tvrthtng chlMre
tie I liUlilv.Untou nhmilil of three
It It
and ran comnieiiil whoM benefits j eighth an m re good crops
Ydlhlnt'Y: Iowa. \'IIU of all cIa+"" 's. Add to records noting the i issuance of the will be rcaliie! There are thousands was on, then the tax collector came tbebowrlaof"TIETHINA"aids digwtion, regulates
sad thlr iiH-dy u Kou,1 I friend w hen prosj>erity I the only mementoes of around and charged him with children of any age and
or fid. Itul- evident fact that were there license, are of i JIM such sluts in Florida up malts Uvtbiog easy, and costa ooij, 25
& ors qukknikl and U 1,1t'\Il\ot this the without bieak from borne I the romance that ""lily l.uk the development. the (whole) in the ground." t'ruts at druggists

u. For sale by all druggists. such a road


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I Masury's House .Baints are cheapest because most durable. Are durable because they are made with Pure Linseed Oil and !

the best adapted pigments. Are used in every part of the country. Are not experiments because they have a reputationof

thirty-five years. Are made by- a firm whose reputation as experienced paint makers is second to none. i

Telephone 45 THE GRUBER-MORRLS HARDWARE COMPANY, Inc. 214 S. Ifatrlt

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l ; THE DAYTONA GAZETTE..1EWS The Passing of Senator Hoar. I I Japan is asking credit for the rn- Died from Paralytic{ Stroke 1.........M..+f1'1'M1 Ilirfri1. 11 Ir..MrM1. 11r+Fi+M4...111r111

I Pablhhed Every Saturday.GEO. pay. Frank E. Hastings trucker from : The
i newpajKTs] nr1 paying to Senator too much! after the manner of the Harwood, Fla suffered a stroke of It

F. CROUCH 1'tButlHu. Hoar, of Massachusetts, are certainly heir who live* on expectations. Th paralysis at the city hall in Daytona: ,I It t f

undeserving on his part as far as rate is apt to be eot\tly. Where isMr. Monday. Mr. Hastings had just arrived : Boy's and GirlsSHOES

Year in Adrance.iUadbj the South is concerned. Since 1805 Carnegie figuring in this war? It
f Subscription JJ1.501wr << in the city and seemed to be

Notkr JOc pr Line Each Time.I Senator Hoar has boon a mutt bitter He might achieve poverty before I in the best of health until the stroke '

and implacable enemy of this section, death by either combat- It '
t t"I backing ram He was at once taken to the r
KaUrvd. at the I'otofflce at Uajtonn, and not single mendacious and villainous ant.-Times-Union. Carnegie willne.er City Hotel and medical assistancesummoned. i :. W' M.,II an built with tfulidinner \ IPatllf'r

Florida, a* Second liana flatter.t measure inspired and conspired die he has the MM* ail "uub-m, und tlwouUrHott ,. "
as long as
poor He[ suffered greatly .
>> wfrt j MTK "n' th.lwwt .lrU.. _
"I by Republican venom to hu- tariff to protect his "infant" steel until Tuesday afternoon when he : obtainable > r << '
-ec MUr solid!
t l Saturdaj.l.I. 1004. p | tLroagb-'
milato and degrade the South has
matter if he backs both
industry no
passed away. The remains were : out. Tbf why they ntaiidtb a f
failed to receive the active
support combatants. taken in charge by Bingham A lot Ot a1Hwe.
{ National Tkl et. *
f and ready vote of this venerable enatsr -
Maley, who prepared them for : :
For l'r..1 leut! : in either the lower
ALTOS BROOKS PARKER, branch of upper Attention Company KI I shipment to Hartford Conn., his : No other store can sell you such good :

of New York. congress. You hereby ordered to former home, and they left here
are reportat SHOES for little .
As proof of the undying hatred so inonoy.
For n9.Il"f'tIltlt'lIt, the Armory at 7:30: p. m. on Tuesday Thursday afternoon for that place.:: ; *

1IESIIV 0. DAVIS>> against which the Senator South when Hoar sheky cherished J pros September, for inspectionblue The Gazette-News learns that the ** :-1 1.35f :-1;l.f)0f 't" I 1.75; and 1 $_ a pair. +:ii ii

of Went Virginia. uniform white deceased was a gentleman of rare
complete, gloves,
trate after the civil war it is only -
I For UniU-d States I fVnaU>r, necessary to mention that he was an military collar, black shoes polished. attainments and culture, of considerable 4J i- I
JANE i T. TALIAFERKO. Several men have not returned means and had a divorced}
enthusiastic and ardent advocate and
For Congre.wmen shelter tents, ponchos and other wife in Hartford Ho also had a The GLOBE
of the
infamous i
supporter reconstruction -
CLAIIK.For equipments, and n. few rifles and brother who was a professor in Yale It- j
acts entailing *
I'rr* \;ntial KKtora.II. greater calamities bayonets] have not been thoroughly College; but he died! alone and far J J
on this section than the fouryears' *
I 1' 11 A I LEY.: ) .cleaned. This should be attendedto !away f from friends and relatives. The : PECK GL FOSTER Proprietors. it '
fourteenth and
T.A.JENNINiS.J. I bloody war, the !
at case is indeed a sad one :and the :
I C. B. KOO n:. fifteenth amendments, the civil once. i
Target practice will hereafter beheld sympathy of all goes out to the 1111-
A.B.NEWTON.F. rights bill, which the supreme court Daytona Florida. ] .
B. HTONEMAN. knocked out, force bills and other every Thursday afternoon, leaving fortune gentleman's relatives and : I

State Tkket. the 1:30 weather friends. It t .
For Governor, infamous measures without end. Armory at : ............ ...... ... ... ..... ...................<.< .
' NAPOLEON During the wholo of Mr. Hoar's( l'ennitting.11 are urged} to go as }; UIWU"Y )MKIHUNK
1 the often as I)()!,+;ible. Members will It inn great runvenk-tuv to have at { ,
political South bas
career cer
hand liable niedk-iiH'N for um in caw' ol
For Secretary ol' State, at im), 3)0?j) ) and 300)
qualify yardssuccessively i
H. CLAY cn"WFORn. his tainly not been able to recognize in and the gold medal an'idnt nieut A and good lor liniment flight i injuries and one and that nil i in ....1....1..........1 ......................4>.. i

For Attorney-General, person the symptoms of "a generous rut twjminK a favorite if not n household < ji
r WILLIAM II. ELLIS. friend nor a pitying foe" i in will be awarded) to the one making necessity i il4 t'hnml..rlalu'JI !1'aiuBnlni. << > j
l his relentless the highest score out of ten shots at Hy applying it promptly! ton cot 1 1i
For Comptroller, warfare against her. bruise or hum it allays the pain| and i I The I Finest
.\. C. CROOM. In J1 whole public life he has each of the three ranges. Records causes the injury to 1 IM'lLI in about our Rugs

For State Treasurer, been unsafe and unsound in all his of all scores will be "kept and men in third an untifH'ptio the tim' usually it jirvventM n' iuinil any, and danger an it i i

WILLIAM. V. KSOl'T.L acts pertaining to the good) of the will be clarified according to army of blood>> jvoJMoninK.Vl/ Pain Halm m IK r:

t For Hu|*>rlntenJent. Public Instruction, .country on account of his truckling regulations. New ranges have l ocn kept at hand u sprain| may l I..> trvuNdLrfon ) : < I
1 ( ? inflammation )o4.tl4 in, wiik-li in-
WILLIAM M. IIOLLOWAY.For subserviency;; to the powers that belie finished and measured and with mire a quii'k r ott'rl. For salt l by all i Ever put on the market at Daytona i

Commissioner Agriculture, has been as uncertain and insincere steady practice every man may I ix>- dru;:'Ki.t t... ..
D. I.:. McLIN. .
in dealing with the come a good shot and many Imoqualify } -

For JOHN Railroad L.Commissioner MORGAN. Islands as he was vindictive, fur the state team. The New Army Rifle. i are now on display at Bingham & ;

For State ChetnUt. unrelenting and liarbh in his courts All members are urged to attend I Some idea of the force and elli ,

towards the South. drill every Tuesday night. Failure todo : Maley's. Come and Selkirk
la R. E. ROSE. ciency of the new magazine rillc buy a ;

"",' For Justice of Supreme Court, Six Yearn, The leas said of Mr. Hoar the so subjects theaw.entone to a tine with which the United States army .. 1 j,

r Il'ES\\1CK TAYLOR.For more merciful it would seem for him which can be collected. The officersdo is to bo supplied as fast as the arms iran j : Wilton 9x12 1
for his not wish to adopt harsh measures, or a Marmara Brussels ; :
of r supreme Court, erratic and inconsistent course l ho manufactured cnn be gained j

t ROBERT S. COCK RELL. in public life for anything good said and it i is hoped that every member when. it i is learned that 23 I shots have I i
z THOMAS SII.\CKUl'OHI; >>, will do his utmost from now* on to 9x12 and fix I
of him
i.* is certainly a perversion of been fired in one minute with the ; up that parlor.MaJey. .
t. the truth so far as his course toward make this the best l company in the rifle used as a single loader, and :T; | :
\ For Circuit Judge, the state JIIH li. PARKINSON, : _u __ ______ t ,)
South the in the time
MINOR JONES. or Philippine Islandsis same using magazine ,

For State Attorney, concerned. It is true he made a Captain Commanding Co. K. fire. ,!i itt ;

JOHN C. JONES. feeble grand stand play against the With a full service charge the rifle') i:,
School Entertainment at Hill. 1
County Tkket. radical colonial policy of the Republicans Holly fired at a distance of fifty feet drives' i< ; .

For Repreiwntatlvw, but when the time came to I An interesting and successful its sled missile j 1 1.5 inches deep into 'j i ::

C I.. SMITH. vote on such measures he tress! invariably entertainment was given by the white pine butts and penetrates a I ;, :,

T.J.SPARKMAN.For County voted in the .iltinnative with friends and patrons of the Holly Hill! steel plate nearly one-luilf an inch i010, .10000.000.000..0ee1...........0................4'1
Judge, his party associates. He has always public school at the .schoolhouse in thick. The bullet when fired witha
J. L. M.fRORY.For .
lacked moral courage to sustain his that place Tuesday night, to which bl'r\'ico charge has a velocity of I
Judge of Criminal
f. A. STEWART.: Court, better convictions when the crucial everybody in that locality turned out :L',3X() fret a sw>nd. .......................................r" ............
time came. and wtUitM' d. The affair was given It is credited with leing the mt< : -
For I'r
wuting Attorney, r' WE: !
J. R'.-'I'HKIS; He lacks a great deal of being a for the purpoHC of raising funds for desirable and effective small arm \'I'Iinfl'ntOlI t r MAKE 1 no

For Tax Collector, Charles Sumner, who broke from needed improvements and additions l for army purpW1' -IJ1o"'If't : }I' : Cupii: tempt, to Sll)' I 1I't at:1:1

I D. P. SMITH. President Grant's support when he to the school IN HIM*, which are now }IlIlwerf..l. than the King, an WI'II.I' : : ,harp l IIr cutting, (

For Tax \lItII'I'MOr, was at the zenith of his power, and about coinplcted.Rev. lighter and I easier )iande) .l. It i : \v(' have a sharp lit't

{ S. B. WILSON. prevented the acquisition of San Domingo W. .\. Myers made some interesting short enough: to be employed ,by .d!! : ,Il'l' to furnish) you 1

. For County Treasurer, to this country, which watGrant's and entertaining remarksto branches of the service-infantiv : .
1 ; s"mr) sharp and!
JAMES. Q ) ('ut-
VINZANY. pet hobby, and Mr. Sunnier the assemblage, which were well cavalry, marines and blue jat'l. t t- j.

:1 For Superintendent of School, had the courage to maintain his opposition received. !alike. This will make all "III.." ; I \ l J/L tltl jr tools that arc A i

BERT FISH. Some fine vocal and instrumental 1 wit.. ), hr...".. ..... ....
For Circuit Court Clerk, with such vigor that Grant arm ammunition interchangc.tUthroughout : ; & j IU' IF\'; ';:' t'lll *

S. I). JORDAN.For was forced l to abandon his annexation music was rendered} } by several local the service, an advaat.i.i : + eloxe to the line as to }

ti Sheriff, project of this [:negro rCluhlic.I I celebrities of considerable talent. in actual war that amounts to a K"deal. ..II' d alino.4 cut it, and! I
J. R. TURNER. The Daytona Citizens'! !kind furnished During the Spanish-Amerir.ui. : ,tV"ww,) :
! which
I will
For sharpt'lI
County dimruiimioiierM, A question having been raised as
the music for the occasion. war when several" varieties and cali .
F. E. BOND to the eligibility of Hon. J. C. B. your d'uttiug
:: ln'uPt'nitR'
After the whool' entertainment to a I happy
T. L. ROIMJERS.: was bres of ammunition were needed f or extent. : .
T.J. MURRAY. Koonce as a Democratic presidential over the young folks enjoyed themselves as many different kinds of anus in ': h :
_d elector: that gentleman !hat withdrawn -
R I). by a dance. Hill therein I
BROOKEW. was u>c, the confusion! and errors that
U. McIJRIDE. from the ticket and it now devolves all his pristine glory, and he "was ensued were annoying and might i: Mason & Wall Company i!
For School CommUnioDt-rn the State Democratic "
upon all right, to judge from the many have resulted 1 .
E. }'. KNAPPRL. Executive Committee to fill the va- announcements to that effect. seriously. I j : W. U ii.MO.ND50N.:[ : : Manager. :
i E. CAC EY.I The ordnance experts of the I'h.'r! ,.' \u. :,
I cancy.If t I lr.I: North lit m. h :Mm L
i United i
JOHN State
CHANDLER. r are confident that this i I ......................
For Jtutlce the 1't'lW't'-8th District, it is the pleasure of the admin- Registration otke. wenjion U superior to any m w In 0 0 000.....0......0000..0....

d CHARLES R. COX. istration to close a potttoffice in Mississippi The registration hooks of Precinct u-o in theforlJ.. I

It took 12,000 words for Roosevelt do simply because the people No. 8 will be open for two days in i I ..-...,..-..i..y./. .'.r....... .-.e......... ......-.-..-... ."..,.. .'..... ...,..... ....'.......
to express his acceptance of the g. not want a negree as potmi each wf'ek-Mondays and Saturdaysfor cYou can always depend 1 'n fair j .,

o. p. Domination. tress, what does it propose to do in live consecutive weeks, commencing and courteous treatment when Herding .. Drink LILY WATER. j
Florida when a pofetma.,t-er grttU a )Monday, September] ;*, 11K)4. at Gramlings llakery. ; s

Baker patron with a volley from a Winchester E. F. KMITE, I iI 1 10f And Preserve Your "with. !
county is in a Plato of profound when he I ','! ( %) ; ; I
i.! after his mail:? District Registration Officer. II i \ r'
peace once more; all the adult I "
I 4) AUolntcly) freed!
Tragedy Averted. from
population of that -- ; impurities '!

len disarmed and confined section having in the ..................................................... wa'.JU'It boy saved in the,"nick writes of time Mrs.fur W. Watkins littlr i.! by* the I Schantx I Filtcn.tion! It rOC't SSe 'f.-!
Dun! jail. Pleasant I I It is recommended hy the 'miI' '
county i o City, e O) "Pnoumouu most ( ;
4 liad played havoc with him I' ) Dent physicians
and a.. to he a pure, healthy !
i Edw. G. HarrisPHOTOGRAPHER terrible cough had set in beside ; H and hygienic ;
r Governor Jennings is said to have i Doctors treated him but he grenworse e, \V'I' + water. Plain and carhonated ,t;

asserted at Omaha that he believed T : every day. .\t length we tried ,,:... I f. Jr\CULl! *.ATI t the:K I.Uctrte H\TttS.HUT'Light I'l.iit"i 25 C ?:
that Judge Parker Dr. Kings \\ Discovery for
never sent that consumption ;;{
gofi telegram, and the New York i : and our darling wa saved 1 WM. WICKING Manufacturer *
He s now sound }
and well. :
I World that who : : Every !' N
says any one can body DAYTONA
ought to know it is the FLORIOA. ]'
believe that can believe anything Peck Block 'Phone 91 .: sure cure for coughs colds and lung only tr '!,!'i !'.' '.'!'!'!'! .a!.!..U. i.!+.,!.a..Vi.l. .'.'!'a.'. !" '!'.'!'. !N/II.J!

The telegram was a very uncalled i v diseases. Guaranteed by The Atwood -

for and unnecessary message, any Pharmacy and J. "M. Jones

how, even if vraa genuine. 1...........1.......................1...NI.1....... druggist.buttles free.Price, 50e and .f I Trial FOLmIfOm 'I TAR Il1 Clu

.; r cAudnar.a/e. ..,., is -'u Heaps the Grsotf. >

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Tie Dayton Gaz Ue-N"ewS .
Sept 24, 1904Y
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Y MGII : uUtiU "tAI"ER FORECASTERS I II ProclaauUca cA4.l: ectioa.lcr .)or. for a Special ;' --NfiICE.-- -'OF-- --ELECTION

.. -YOO MUCHMEDI-Clj t tr
Dupe the People of the t' :mu.' r".1 ,"
t -Advancement < :1 tVuiuJue l :'\' :! : \ :". ...:H.. .i ,

I. -tvMtmktAtK d TttJt _.Dora.t Uorolofy tiinJerc City t.f I>iyu>na at a regularmevtisg Mat ui rU>r. io.1W .
U*. TVifc..SUta '.ELeltx by Encou4Tbetr << .t ktit u. That I I. If lay f rawttnl.

least lid .. Dien tvod J axial Oft September I 1., l'.*.t a v -notarT..f SCalP u< tbe Slate ol- r

4 ........,_t 1 t Wk the la doossirtdr. tNKS I JJit.r F'rntertsbns.I crucial eWtion will 1-e Wd oa thetwentysilth !] fittotr.1 R'riU. !b>>M>T gir.. not" that. A Sjtlfta eiallfiuDy'! wrecjid by iTiMilbj find 0ml < ;

H31toDA GUrlU-Sf_ Kiwm wiB b held. \
6.1&.1U K. e: tltatii ID oia tbs ia.nitilid Y
Jay of October f'I..at1. SMai of llnrnia. i by dtsbg
: iDUU1. .I:1.Ua r.j ,IMS.of uo Tun.tI.1J '
1 I Jark 1'fll tu.F, Fn.. Sept. 17. Wnt .\. P. K.)l, to \ote oa law .tt orrwdHifr tla frat Mrmfaj tn SliT 8t tfb bn, ultsssss drtgs u. BtdltlH

v c flif>lf1 kiDn:1gltc I I From time iwuteuiorial alIt of prattling propuntkm ....... .1 li 1W-I.. ...MId TwUlar. l. %b
;' ; YLlaC every a frmm hW to the iayt IhrFItfliit. t

11! '...J.C. in4if ran'rtnent made ItiliaD in the 'k- halt: Oat tAt -11; tM Ia.-r'&t..t. ... ., 'ma. Aestatb.s Dtutae.0. n.
., It < Tek-plkioe Corapttir.Only : ; HAY OF xiivninn: t tF' : ...crab..la,..e1 4 ..e 6UoA. be WoIItrt eli, ,'as taN na.'k I 3aaa IM s"- =
r UJI.'t main < ,f t;*'ience has l I.PPn tw..lsaa l n. 1.01 .. cal 11 1..rI' Iaaow and Ter......... a draogt "' .
w... "' :If ir -d J by 1* .4tt.
tilt a rsii-l a .*. I TboJ.Id'i tut and l4l ycgd. work. It lua had Ito I hate jiJ Uxi- on nal I .N.. U. I.n..h-.. tlf 11..1.1 ,n Omit tsm r'JiIl: f* It aooVd Tie tnod ar rr ate:* -J.la a tftort. use roar .
&b.k I1**.. t coca* muate for KTP+w"'nM .r...tr. t of Vhart.la. m .*.. b. ($.so Q w-t U e hie.>> t _. < ..* Mrrwne WIT. 47 -* i'. irofTTf ocuB Ailfbfl UIIe
p' ; I i"ri
unl.fttand : .
'imatltsaw I'M
t t -.r.:! yeti w k.YT jocr the aaultti of astrolo- the pmvding year .hall lieqitolii!i w.1 l i jrhnth... ni 1./" -..N ..' |f.< I uc.: ..: :-1.1".' .-" .aw.....rr.\&af.. i* rite(1y I ll a jvW UhU if 1.1't...a w.,IOtktat....-....... -.M4. CAl.Ia tlek eltta.rfaule

ostcb i:11.r x ta gene. l.lthaarefs} and tether too< 1'. .. a. . ., '- -u t.. ..' r | it iaeeatary.'
duih- such.
Forfad e at ,-le> ikm.At .. -i. o..u"'i .'c.ref to.h 10 1Id',...., brig -
COOL'- Line who I t.it.. tl. "!.,L .,| !I.. ."l..I.. I '--a. t''' IS Uk'"W nwdu,,."rs N bet c *urns vi.\ ntrxE wxrnts.at If lrtta
eouij.* tW wo** prominent Mt'kIft.iiion t, W. (: 1.1.., 1 ....1<<.... afe.\' .. w..L .. ...l u.-l rrrv-J % ni" "iye tT u>ea _N+IG .0
n'f'O'1 r, dc Mluse tae ll.aur1 t t ap .... .... ta._ol latg'+u+Tterpkl l4 wee.0.1"W
impi..u.1.hooll'l ... Juivkn MiCultoN wad J. )I. Garland i I 1'.. r \ttllf'Qt'1t..Ut. f.1J o. tlr N..t. ..! ta.n rrlh w Y I aL 1taa ...... k- a:N W Wt, 14 lilcw+w+f, eta, M M k suyncrxt alf +
,1 u
THEDFORD'SJAKDRAUHT .\ )' ua i once the c>bj*< t at slid!, aU as in*|,,ctots wd C. R. T'tll r.r I 'lt.tr..II.- 1.1 II"! StAt ..r i Il .ndd M rari atltktb& .. C'\Uf\\RSU RATERS doC a.o
\ roar sbiltca a* b ra a bsv>! br ow.rw.rt 'ua J' >e L itteL t 14 frtpe ..
. whit h the &ala..t of *u ne were aiutrd.ai at t-lvrl. 'I .. I atr *+wr of tl.. taLtr .., I'Iirnla eaiiL*. vf :.... by 4rvi or .rckarnu J'OII aw.ea. n., I'I'OI\IL" aasa.ra& and .....
!i >..(..niiu-D.J. tit "f fit I-Ik- I lu.tru. 9..1 bate w aw e.uaaur'xt rutlr.HL sa. IIet I'f the Wwea. are sans to __
.1 no little jvntJ lu witb t AJ row a'tt1 at a4I eaua< u.i .LU aU ue Nn wW betrtkfat
WM wberarf I..ri.f f
rrquirtvi to M I have hen1
l.-NtAtr I.rk1a.! : Moo. a.a [l1a faraucs sat rHirve u frooifcetu _
sustain the 'rtioa !'...1. uiiiij".i..i.-: ,.f .1tU toauaUJ irr.VkiMl ti ttndawsud fouO.T TWy are .ates on.dr.. better t>*% a
aet that our 4aae4 unto wt lith.1aJ and I I -ultult' .I.tI I
canned l rill beucr
| the oj or PWTP. Uua eaikanu leas IMU
|! ::"T:\!. i.f Hti.i: >e pares a tjc.rtt rd j for Ui err _

was U'4 *'Bt" Gradually }1O\ft-\'fr. seal l of the City of Dfcytona to if I I h.r ..:>.. Ju.t.rv sit Ill. Stitrrro I '. mrt I' a pe.MlaU.C.AUt\.IR.aUr. J:'.> TvataiUefi t'RC Ue WAKFX3.pale. fresh. ,swvILd rtt UoI U>aww&* tv.ell borUtl N-wwe Uaa CAUfUKXIAWAKTRs aartaiaf tat
_r ten ltckItrar :t :l .k\i b1 the I. { tl.. :. 1 RC\P : are a Mter l ratud.ca ..aaaJ
clear-ent rKX.. and attached. > :M.uruf! r.pdeh.If.: r .n tan. rtnrral lute aa.J sveriraer ol IM I
mer thiuler6tv'e Done Uu j ..
thin fourteenth I : ui octet L I ...,, ao a paiye. artla n Uy aad aalanii
..,bratba "T lay I I for 1'rtr! Ju..ti-. ,,f ilk- >Li'n 'i. sx .iae mars ca Ue (cocu-ot of Ute 1IoWf'& lJI'OI2urtJ1C....
tt1 dun*". 4 :+i.if..Yd'/ n du j'utal4e j Jlroof by demonstration t 11 Uh ) day of &pwaber.D.. l'!.... i I I .tui ,.: U Ir >uti-oi Honda: nf'O you' are b \On. I. a stla Nat rout. ixxftotvTbey. rrfitUM Ue tlveeUtt& ...
I'. .. I flier a out of orvier aaJ UW i"" iioa< w I.... a *. !L. ,rme &N trtirat and .,.r\fJ tb1
B1d.DraLt c -t Jj rr- and "tin natural order of C. L Sum I I .f ': !t.\llr"II.II'"n ,tlli.r'r.r! t." la.inJ of teal eirrrfU trw tae buy oat ru-e ... nOW, TnMbie*. Ba4Dtutneaa. br.atlI
f ie teiIOGitllit: : 't1 t utcCr"01Ifiiar :otIHo'.f Fl.'thlaI 1 Lt.n.UMIa..ll>>u.Is ui o ura UK b.c.1lI.IRJ.1o.1.. W r; ,.UIe Sk'.w.). Fuel .....
things" obtain and are cogBiml Mayor of Daytooa. t 'r tm.'ld....r- <.( tl* Huu.. nf! I liMat. At a rasa o( U.'toatar**. UW eaUre sitira 1-.16.Jw. p J":1Z:1' ''1 ate! A Ir w .
.: and iS [i-
?* u. vnectwy ... It Ti tit are tTtrisf tni U UIoe.u. f_pn.\41_a M.ms.'l, lo Irefeast"
t. Jay : : 'Se, uf f t t..> uf n'r.I! {
were Aue4 I
accepted Hi
keeps the bvW'tu nr Luz.An : **. G. ILitKL-. rllr
t'My JuJir.I .
dnttisti wU Every age however, has its "generation Pre.ident of U e t'jmm t\-uiuil :>:. rff. J"t

m.-I p.clalea of vipers," and so today In(- J. W. WlUklJN.. rk .tf t :.. I .-MSI! t curt California Prune Wafers
I rk ol n:Luna 1 -fhdf"rJ I IJUcVDTMJ& I.." 'flJln prominent C. L. .
among they 111 S.l: Clerk i. unto1tt .\-tlr..r Tu...
u the t !t cietli
cue ta it-pull:* Urf bow*!UlUwrT \llDg"r science by reason' of 5 itsimp'rt.ance -- -- -- I uil, 1.lft Idr..W tM r,.... ...., aM Pea's, Easy U Tab a4 WarraU4. I... ..

n..! Y ItS. to tnankuiU anti the I Firm publl.bf41 Nope. :L 1'.1\: last I r.1 I;. ''UI1 j IBi, un uihint I. i
MI I'n'
hroat utnj | rr tt
An Ordinance !ft-tr. .
part it plays in the of human top.I I II
rte .cconSTIPATion economy .
jraati{; 'f'f1IIj"iatil to tk-Cant Ft nU 1 .r I :mf.\' S'iri>.T. 'r AU. UVER TROUBLES

I speculation h:1 choir the ),aia lAiD Trlepbtlnl. : LiflH and Kt- 1' r n"'!III..r. .4 eke t.'Ub"UUlr. '
chAltiW III tU ('its' irf Ihttoaa. .! ..' I'lbN': In-tn" Km.th 100 WAFERS 25 CENTS

( \\ h<.'e brit and butter is r ira- nU onlsbtd h y Ikr rttjr at l''jrtua: Fur J .i..tk.' tit .- Nerve w aad for the ,

..unt'Jw.c. M..tl.1u I. IVrmlMtoa I* brrl..> steal ih<. I InI!!" .\I.I"e :' In-tit..rti..lrtI tII. via, rN I" HI.W"" t+su It lea 01)0. Mt'.J with a CAUPORMAaa nt'1l
IU' iualin/: loo -ran", e .:... n..,.... Trkpbnae cvapui .. WATER .bkk tk."IAo! MlUbl hssl l !
gran N -ij.l. -it 1. J, .t. 4. 0, 7, H, tjand InI palekty ( < a p* to carry U Uruj a si
weather forvca for bents 10('\I..ru'I. "....ral. aDd! IWUblahi1..1."booO. It eaI we tan Iala is a dID.. ....Ikfal..racr, attalaN& W iattana' fsla, frtelaf M aaar
I. as yet the laws .* UIHto the .tftrt..lkys aAoJpablk' I
IT'Sj t )i the pia\!'. d the CUT of t.>too fur tb- I, r.,- I n"uin! nod| for the folloJ ,, jor I
enabling forecasting of weather p rludUttwlelt'.areyanatlr' the N..,." .' I 'n>tr* ii. \It :........................
flue ofHvlloo BEnT
tblsuniltlaucr : FISH.TTOR.EYATLAW
change a season in advance are :. Tbr er.vll.w uf *u.'b lrhj h.4a r I I N. i. : :: 4. ".. fi. j. -. ,1. 10I BRUSHS .
1I0H aDd the HMlatalo ...- .: .J' : I I DR.
*<& tb..f .h li t.lOMtrb : i
among thone things to bo ealablifthvd runner at o._,i tutrrfrr< with thofdtoary ..j)I I In T,'.tinon\ ttlitnof. 1 ha,,' I IN.n 1/11 I I. \ .

FOR The weather bureau makes no claim thftil t..a..n.ux of tu *.oj D.t< irr..r tu >... uaMictalU.II., >. alld Nn I I !( t..n.t IM j t..I.j! i aij; affilrj thn iJr.-at I : 1I1I Mr.op\Tinr: rn\sin.i : ) 14.nad, Florida.tor .

I,... sbail t.e plsa.l ..r QU nl..h..I I..N. r I <".., : I' M.iT.. ..' I 1".r..1a. at T"lalia! ,I
1 to correct forecasting for period exceeding 'ban the rvw4 le'ri "" ,.... any 1.1..!u'..1 I| 'Si !ti!. I u't;.,' I... tl., tirt .I! i\ .f f I e j $I.clal I I'1"'lhfh'll JUlninba.g uJ
Nlthlwt.p.rlalprrtnt..t.mfr..m ,
two to three days, and to do tot tin- city ut l.a,l/M>-.fir and .rcomtnltlr u.- '!' .N ,.It'l1"- \ I'| I'HIJ/ : fbr..Uk' Ue.L.r. a SI'. lalt'. : IVrf ting I. ind Titfc*.
I, .
this the condition .1.DdI 1101. 1\I.'aI"II1': It" : l11a1y .' \ !1! II I I I. U I (W"oHII/ '
be -
decided.Ken -- -- -
)aunt bt. plan.: under the .ur' l>in "1111 l :
: YOU by ib utbority of ibr **fcl i-vminil' "ittrrrlt 1 'il.: a." "'Ar1..fo-tat. __ '
then fAilurtti'Cur.. At present r.. J"In TI t-\nt. Sbi-nff-'f \"lu>!aIlllNOIS : DR. E. R.. BRUSH s"" wl'; [ i' : !ft t
.. to.oc'Uue' X !bald gradtr.hall l! n..l .'....' i .
| 'IIUII .
long.raDMtMr fureca; are my pute.u, .. I,.. .., a. Ut lojur or intfttn .r. : I Neville H. Clark D .
I :
\krfHMfT and fflrtri N. rtliii: I H\TIST.
printed in eome publication* and o< .."I.klt..... ,..lepb.x r ortli. r .ir I : it Ii
Drink uo. tit u** IB for city of |.> ti r'' CENTRAL RAILROAD
1> !largely I circulated among a claw of !1.attwt i. N o |wn>Ni wr conrn' ...I. .:,.. I I : 1.11 Tb.rl.h..nllt'. M: = OPTICIAN. )
h.'rlH eIWt or maintain I
a'I.- > .rai' i
'Ur | e".pie who, through no fault oftli. trl..orotb..r. M trr earr)1'.. :1n i u c j : S I
...nr tit .IO''ln1I\' .... ar... i i'. iIhf ul'[H>*Itr I'ubla Shool l
ir tarn are nut altogether familiar pr n...r and ..1I1oog. "Uj"\ <01 .n I..1: i: i
fra ('lal.... St Louis S S......N. .bN I
with the statute of iwte >n4i'gin rt'Ilun 1. "'11"11,,""r any |L'i. 'a.f. Expositioni ,
.b"Iltwerrcl.dur lualntmn I' >' Iilrn: : I
i to true relation to weather foreca&t. rOtkM of rtabrf _-iu' *t<'r... t i ::
of Ibr ""n.-\r tug hence their credulity U preiedu nottrr tu law rlt) .t tit 1.Hia. :, ., .t i|.... I 1\\ reline ally H
r... \QII.tJ I b.aJI tai i .'i....r.. i It: t m.ti
With Through >( Cars : \ to cuhinje Ocnt'j New f 0
I on by l'ODflCieJK't'JeM"hI1M'I iJwfH9tlC"t' load Itlh' (b< r.'.1. f N urn :ii! < lt !

'wanare" especially embelli.Led I I..to.'C'lloG.....' .Ia""b.. Tbr'h') .annual bail '.$ \\ heel, like con ;jj; Eyes Examined Free.

traaltvr fu r thcun of a Id'I'l !l." I -: i 1" I.
in phraseology to attract atttntion. not torwJ J.!.1 f. f dllln, h.u- .. I. .f.-riHlUniHM GEORGIA flORIDA TENNESSEE : ditkin. Editor ZLTTC-NEWS J H i .u I'Inrl'a Jewelry 8Ujr
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pta> ul b. r than li i i- a' I >I t J:
Strange to relate some oew "paW. $ for botl. pa>aMr' ::::=::::::::'_ ,
or annuity In a l\un ai ( > "i>tt> :t. -al!
print the idle vaporings cf thew gnat,.: ''fu,k1d bat lu im tax, ..sat ttt i
rental for th. flr.! *.r"" l I.sIna:) th .>;. "DIXIE FLYER" I
weather ..........1.111111....
The Great pseudo forecasters. luklMMtuf ln i iiaium: AuJ |ro\iJ..l, furs 1111111111111111.111111.1....
Health Drink
ibr aotbtnc In t..l: wtlon halt '- snirunt SOnly
The weather bureau is to i>n>bU>lt a ",pivtal' rx>iitr.>': U. : .
an organized !.....u xttl4 icrai>:.. "'. t..r. r.tiikitij, :. "iiK. innniitii; !1i) '''(HUtftarfnui
irlphoii "- tor toll llo>- wr\U' I.r --M, ItUnta I LoinTin the
department of the gnveruuiotit. . f.o-t I arI. Best Groceries
tli 'rlban rr'
> ordinary c..n i i I !
I. I.II\.J.I. VMIIM ilk iI iiI\ s t1 > (' ill .\t
Irtrtuaa tot! ubtxitrhtiii.
11111(60000111 its special, province i it ttiiujn-ve h.'ettua ;. th. lint-I and .* it- '- .,.M .i 'II'\. H,>':*' a. in. xitmtouth., .-ntir, ,' .

and amplify weather forecasting. ..r.t>>r* rnatiy.11 i b) fr*' .' ,I"' I .1 ; i II i -.' I I. .,; -ta1i.>-tbNated.1 I' .
Iliur* .* at thr f'nwnini. ?' r' !' \ I'eau .
.. ... i i. r i 1.,1. in-'I ii.! t'.nir iity. WorM I curt
of "n' f.r alarm in uv u "i. .1tl.t.nwurlt .
The bent talent available it utilized I'
SUMMER TIME""METTO shslldtntI.II ...1. I I.? ." lull| wlMHiiln" >, oltvpnitf. i arr

and investigation is in progress taU I '.1I ','. The !,'nil .:rnn'" 'l;..'t tii'i: ..tiu '. >.a ri.tt.mul!-u fur tnM!k "lioMint; I I.". I : Are the kind we handle. Our :
lm..l to. In.l'i' ff i-ri-: rNerve i '
,tin) t IM..II.IUK': litiii+.-.. tht-ir .
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,.,1 aLtt ..-1.11' |itKitiiiK .
time The for whom thsenice .
public, ',II, :t rile toFred
was primarily establishes 1 i i.. prices are as low as is consistent .:

taken into iU confidence and! its D. Miller, : with high grade articles. :

methods and theories arc ilia'II' 1ra> tlinc! I'avenjjcr .\ ent.

:' IK a irln i' 1urt. rvfrcbhtng known. The advancemeni "f iiieteorology Fag. 1\ N !I" ., -i' \ i.: i 'ns ; : Dried Peaches, Apples and Apricots !

11l Leverage nude fn.ni ripe Saw is hiodeml by encu raging If You Waste Your 1 i : J 15 cents.

i preU-usious that have no t.U1j.i. Nerve Energy After I : ,
crrit'\. Absolutely free Worl Fair RatesYiaL.&N.R.R. I' .
ing among scientific men; and ill Awhile You Will .
f pernicious harmful drug will be well for the |people to K.>k Suffer For It. I' ..

ttIo ftimulato the Liver flushes to that department of the gut ern- -- I S.
'"<" t W.CARROLL
Tou can wa!t nrrf >y fICOUS i
:!tLe KidDt1; u* dire'Ily on tIdler. rant whole special duty it is.. > OTer-wOfk. wl-rry. nutty rtc ,

her You can 1I foV, n )<-anvil by Dot eating .
) Malt tMNt.| study the theory of .fetorms old .
organs rrt>p> r food or wcurlrgmlBclfnt rest to
Iori heaves, frwU and all other phenoiuc renew the nerve energy you UN up !

1JlC r funttiuua in a natural na. the pn>j,er und-erstauding <>f The proper treatment. In addition to I : ,..:. Uh The Grocer.

nythereby let'ping the tMtem 'IBhealthy which i is so necessary to human hap>- food plxxphatlc fxnl. inch u wholemeal f! -I I.I I,. x. I ii r> I 1.rriJ'lu' .. .
tread, prepared otmlfl. eta, U '
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A. S. MITCIIKLL. : ttina 1'1. I. .
l'tand 1..litiun. pi.... Dr. Miles' RntoraUn.niAe.. ::1'11'. "1.-1 lutl: .:;.it .;.u'Llt .. .
; Section Director.' nt.'" u truly a brain and nerve "*:.'7 .">h. n,turn lunit !'". Javi .. 1111..11 ..11111.1.......*..11..11 .11111.1..1**>.11 .

fund u any food you could eat and_tealdea .
"iirn >on.)] Itr.lt.. from -
Kt *
ana u iiMC >ti Ii.r -
furnishes tu
1I ftrecctn
r .Hit- I I I. AN. .
More Riots. weakened 1 thP hit l.ii- iiIt.
own which ftwe to the nenra

: DJfttarbancea of strikers are not )tem. and seta It to r!.hu. l.om- i ORANGE PLANTERS. '
Dr. Mile Ilrstoratlrc Nen1n U a wfresMnr. Fair rttr.Ir dult- anti a.rptAg tsar
> nearly as grave as an individual disorder rvrluilzlnr tonic food-medldM """. nation. apply to

... of the 8\-stem. Overwork.) W for the brain and nerves. It r.eenstrtxtawornout

4 of bleep, nervous tension will be f,-l- nerve tissue, and BUi your J. M. Fleming We have> HII;( ") budded trees now growing

.0. Sold at Alls lowed unlet a reliable Unculd brain with new Ufe and rifor. in XurstV
.. by utter colbpt} Dr. YUf'a'f''IM U9 made to many Mir ftl. Stools and v rifti ei to suit all
i is iinim.. FI I !1.1 .
: ? remedy lixitoly employed. marvelous cures ">f ferric ao atok the 11 V- IUITKfUt.: soils and locations where orange anti grapefruit

Soda Fountains. There's nothing hoet'Hcientto doctors thought they were incurable :.'114; \v It\: t .UU! ii\ilk FLi
l lie
+ fan r\1\\'u. Some for
cure disorders of the liver or kidneys I- that It U today the standard rufdicln trees sutium-r planting.

""' -- -- as Electric Hitters It's a wonderful In many thousands cf American Lome G. L. Stone, Hut Hf want to rail y' 'ur att.Min in in
The tint botUe is rurantcd' to t lp
and I dTecthe nenine.
tonic you or druggist returns your money. ( ;ill 1'.1'" \,I. 1 oillsllilt' )- v13k'
_N ERICKSON and the greatest all-around medicine The eitreroe bat ri..e ('(lntlnHlM'r.t.nd Trees For Fall Planting.
Intense menu itr in &nt"IJ'r.t to
ft>r nin-tlown. t'J"tJn" It dispeUnerw the t-anklnir bu ine<.. tai caused nw .a '

Cabinet Maker and u!' nes. rheuinatiMii and neuralgia to&tff'f. It time with me nenruutnrM jlea.ure. to and ry Inaomnla. tht- I These should lx- t'l1j."d..J n.au in onlr toe- .'
) and eijvU malaria p-nus I utelu4 l>r. }liJ. Xtrrine wits ( t j:{ :.11!
very asUsfartor V treats In the treatment ure \outvlf against Aptoiiitment. ] when you get -
; \.' and satisfaction guaranteed I "l
Only of there affections. I am now on
f:. Woodworker by The Atwood l'hanna ;.tnd h my fifth bottle, and eat and Bleep wen I ,:;(.. AA ready, to plant tlietu Our new ( CATALOG will
: I ,, 4J' .
oWinlow In fact hate almost forcottrn thit : :;/ $:. ':' ..
'It: J. M Jones. d ru p: i&t. ro -s nenes"-1L T. II.U.IIY.cst I "'';:j. .. ..". ", ".1: *.>n be iwiued, telling all about trees, varieties
I .. ,
l"alhlcr. 6ute Bank Trurcana.rL I ; ',1,1'J-aM..
i boorantl Srwii*. I'ktur I : 'n tT tir tUnke, ktcatioue, cultivation, etc, and you can -
Write to ua for Fri* Trial \
'." Yooldlage rua.1t! t'l url..r Ul k"Hl'4 ulhCMlrnirtny (let Acquainted With "NaJame", FREE parka New It Dr. Miles Anti- /J. '1. !jj ) have it for the asking We give you the bent
Pain Pill, the Sslrntifc Remtdf I ---. ..,J.;;)
on.ou "bt rt notHfCottag for r ln. AUo Symptom lUanV. Our '," .. "\- of vt'ara'elperience, and the best value for
; M h a onaLh .\ good) many uWriliers t-i ti o Sr< pr.r dl what Is wronr and r:"w ta rlet-.t It. I t-- money to le had of any high-claw in Horida. >
'el' n Uf. I Kn t. Fla. alette-News have taken advantageof t.AuoadruRf MBI .\1NI u.. I loA .r.' nursery
!'t- our offer to furnish falblUe"IH .' 1XK1LVRT. Nothing but the best in its grade, and thatis

free to - St not too good for you. All mquirit cheerfully))

'." 1'.,,++++++++++++++++. great ladies magazine 1 "r"t I'ut'.. Juu. II.tNotkc .' a n''p Iudrd t to .

every sulx-criber who JIM jiaid l a .< final DiKbtrge.Notlcr .
Low Tile on the Ikach.4An 4r k
advainv. Many more would It herby' 1'Mfn: that *um. n.hafl : 1 te.h1... T I ,/T
+ in
-== year .-r iat<">. lrt-all : on lb- 7th da* nf l>er<'in- :t"" to '\t. ..

4.I.- r''Ta 4. .. f. !M.i ++ do) 80 if they would take the troubleto uuiit two .\. a.II I.."idnlul.tnt.. tWill prfvnt''r <>f tb ni..>'-air anal a<<->( tJ":, ttW'i'WOI \ ., I The Ocklawaha Nurseries

this excellent ('atberlnr \\'ll..w. d..I.! I.. :h,' Him J I .' r.. t I.
"IIJ I 1'.0... II ; II"i 4 investigate : magazine I. M I cl'I'Of.u,,'" Judtl-: of Voln.laOn.i.-. ,} ;P'I!" 15 THE O. W. .-
1: 1&. t .-.> .. I** .1 I + It is a beautifully illustrated ly. rkirtdit. dad s.W for a final tltwhari.i a- Conner, Prop. Tangerine Fla
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: I. 11f 4L' ""kI..lmlnl.arat..r. I .
"atJr L; ;l ,i .. I lit 4 > 6:11I: + filled from truer U> cover Ihiyiuna. Florida. J J"1 ". Ia.
I "'I. ,\to Jn3b'8/ ne JoUU. t'KMM>VAtlinluUtra
:,. .. .. + .. GAZETFE NEWSI
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ft a. 11:1.1 articles of
*" + with will written especial
1211 .
lit. 1 IG..i + DAYTONA
'] .iR, e1'I .... i 1. T *i n *l 4l interest to the ladies. We want every NOVELTY \VORKS
t I ,
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*t' 7r In'+, fllIJ .... I- 9 41 10 I 11 4.HI subncriber of the fJazetteNewsto I J: DILLIM.IUM. PropnrtorMcC .
:, e :0\: \ .. ,> :a, In 2U 4.XI I* ht'rt'b1111Ilull>1 .\1 1II".l. ?- i I IIt'1\: I 1'"Io'd...
:! I a. I.' iv .. lIta: II II + fil'C this magnificent jieriodieal fterd*!* lo-.ll. Unlbn llr.t iUr ..(...i>rury .llan Ck Edward., Mn 4.ra. '
,II, It.t; II 1.< .. ft t II IM 4. A II. I'**. I .HI |>rciii mmml u> H < t..r.. Mi.I
11 44' 9 I I'9' I* U 4.ti and will furnish sample copied free count a4 a.lnilBl lr irli of tb ...I.I..r I. Scroll
N( U lot: it a: .. .. ....... .\ Moulding Sawing Turning Inside
.. ii y 1114. H. MurrlM.n, tl ... !<> tbe Count \ J uL.' gii.l pr,' 'n ptl' III ,
lei II 1.1 la. :> 1:11 t !.> 491 at this office to all who wish them. of Volu.l ('uuDI,. .. ...rl.... and ..k tar aDnal For mankind ,
1C' Jo ICC S rtilttoursLrfureoratterlua 4. Jl.t'barge liuC'b..1ollolirralrll _
--- -j. and will ....b of !I.* Work and Wood Yard f"ltlnialfulumnta. Cotnnl.a
Get a sample} copy you mated ibl day July >! as.. TI > i.i pntk'I i i>nnaih for usual>r>-" I
tM 4 II !s )1011"1'1.:0dullnt.1ralrn\ 'K'liTh.' .' UlillU: IK,|||C I'll C>'ntl) ''ootall.1! j l"uU"J'8 Male to Order 'PGo1e 70.
surely] want it regularly. \ 3- ,,11'I > fur I. nr vll JriiK l-" M.tlltlt'W 4-14
t++++++i++++++++t- DA\TONA, FLORIDA.
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By its comb > < 1'h! 'i;,>cutlion
Work of Developing the Cast Co* and Social -
I upon the n' i tic i: ic at Short Paragraphs of
I I membram linncock'i Liquid Wu Adverse
Done Against
$ ..,.1 Events Among Our Neighs
\t Sulphur i tr.i > surely .
\S1' ; Ill' VM() Ml KlOl S PAHSKMiCR: R1)i'rE'n1:
/... 1t Criticism of Friends. r
i bors Across the HalifaK.
Cures the fol NEW YORK BOSTON and the f
t The Gazelte- copies
Mrs( M .1 Murphy went up to tWR EAST

I rti s M y Catarrh Palatka for a day this week. lowing excerpt from an exhaustiveand

[ / interesting article in the Manu-
I ER MICIDE'f Cat irTliHAromutmiimAldis- Chas. Kurtz left for
1 Mr and Mre.
>/ ease, and locil treatment alone fartiirers' Record, reviewing what
r" >rjEv/Jr>tVlVW will not cure it is the their home in Del-ami Sunday.
i known
', TBBMBT'7'O' / greatest germu ulc and a Henry M. Flagler has a'rornpli"] l

I ;s' I{ f.'l.Xr 1 ,/ turmlesshutp'wnr''Ilrnnstitutioa There was no dance at the pavilion for the development of the Florida
( r builders Its value )has turn rtcog- .
f' )\/tilled for ages,but all it r u r tti vt of sect! .Saturday evening: East Coast:

''i t were never obUinaMt! nil! iV iliscovcrycf Mr Shoemaker who has recently "The remarkable works of Mr.
Hancexk'i LiquU Sulphur. tau positive
.* >. i* its action thtu p u i irnr'oc it to pun.iiased the Klutz property, has Flagler on the East Goa-t of Klorida y
FX'enrt, AI n-
cure attention the undertaking
merit cartful _
his ansi&tanee
consented -
a N K SdruffRingwormFntktiIeatDyttherig ; I Madly to give _

Sore Mouth and Thro a. Granulated toward making the MethodisI'linu of one man who firmly believes -

Eyelids, and all diM.sc., oi the Jkalp. His flute adds hU fortune ua! given him for
a Huccens. .4 '
L NM COCN'S LIQUID SULPHUR OINTMENT. the of using it for the l best -+ a
the ic. purpose
+ectallyfutUurnsNr'alds,0| ( n Dually to mll -
-2? Iaoree, j-ftaiM fart, Raw Nurfseos, Itoiii. interests of his fellowmen, and who! -
7111.- ... RoulhoMI of Fact' and hand', and T F. Williams was in town this -
1ntltMSes.Sdd.t puts his convictions into daily prac
--,--- all ykla
.:: td1 LnNe drnc n w n'. r'e hn booklftflANCOCK vvvekK investment in BY LAND AND SEA.
.:'k::: C-- o.n.ec'nn1Nw1t....ru.or 4 I.Yti. tire Flagler's
i.. ;' ;.:;-;:. UUtlO SL'LPHtK CO, K .Johnson and Horace Stewart Florida have been the result of careful Short Rail Ride to S.lnnnah

r.I-- ... Baltimore. M: :..j.. ,hip
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St. Louis. the numerous resources of Florida, Sailings from Snv; \ nnah

kj i: Mayor Itritton's: new home on and the courage to risk large sutra FOUR SHIPS EVERY WEEK

DAYTO % A. TRANSFER CO. Valley ,,street is now in progress. of money in backing up his judgment Tu Ntvvork.. nuskuru.low.t>iiiin I ti-'i",, \\ ;rid! .V\\ l. t i..i>t ti.n .iniw| | or !&R4
...intI11 k. !If.d l \M-II n-.i nil.\ '\ .. ;, ,01 lilt|
The foundation has been laid and even in spite of the adverse tit t IIW'l1l" tom.sing| s Writ* forirraeralinfonnatiousailing
Ik-dijif; M.itiUMUi! 't.i '
i I l.: .1011\-:1\: I 1'1': | ti i- 'r1'tltnn
.. soon we will have another handsome criticism of his friend W. W. ShIPMAN. Kin Fr't and Pa-. .Vjrt, U.W hM MW. Jaekstrev'Jln

.cr Tire Carriages FttteJter.c; CartfulDrhersf evidence added to that street. "In 1887 Mr. Flagler completedthe H. PLKAHANIV: Vk"I.I'n'll. and IM-M'! Mjrr \. .' IIOIl'1"t.X.J fi"II. I...... Art
kuubbl... IVrM'r: North River .oik $- ",
f Ponce de Leon hotel in St. Aug
aiv well t..lul..I..J| fur "fetraw IUdn." Thr.n..*t tlll'lJOl&tll in the cit) Fresh marl is being put on Valley --- ..
ustine. This is one of the most
Ml'i*" IIHI t'all tniinx and tU..I'II".III-.r to any part of the rily.TrtmLN street and other roads will be fixed ICt..t..OI$ i2tetae.e.ee.ee.e.eeeeseou
beautiful buildings of modern times
d. rnl sa-bit... Pgb&. &JIdcl
"liet prulJIltly nl.putite
.- soon.Mrs. and set the standard. for high-elass : MALLORYLINES :

Telephone 27 We+ley Herrick and little construction of thin rharaoU-r uf L = t
. ./ : son, Floyd are spending a few days buildings in the United :Slates and ii-; J I # it i

1 i I, 1.yj' at EuGallie. abroad. This hotel wag built to makeof I, .

New' side walks are being laid every Florida a first-cla tourist resort !: '1 1 -J. [; SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS a :

where and add much to the appaarance instead of a sanitarium, and haM Wn '

of the place. successful. The .Alcazar another I : I Lt'- 11. ,.. :,:v i 'I"IPi".t| | 4l! I'I. w t :.:..! I. ,iru>hiM on the :ee
beautiful hotel also finishedsoon
was I .11.1 e
The infant daughter of Mr. antI
after the Ponce de Leon, and 1 \s l 111.:1:1'(10: : ( \\ ltd\:\+; :
q!} Mrs. Sidney Heigh who has beenvery I : .. :' \lI.WIII I r.la .Ilti; I'c 'SITI\II.\J fil.\R.\STEED.;
Mr.I then purchased the Cordova Important
ill for the past three weeks is Flagler ?..II tu! ."r "hil'. ano tit I.. :tf 1> :'Ii I" "...It) toexcMfd ej
hotel.thus making a trioof highclass I I th"' IIIIIIIH-I uf. lo'iilis. or IMu .8Iill. ettp? .;, J t .'' l Uu.ug flails!" thus i. j
much improved and is now recover I "mill: IIlIl'a.n.r., ; iudiidimlSSIMKRS servh. 1111.1 att. ii,' iuu e
: i r t kff ing. VanValzah has been at- hotels, accommodating alxjut I' I I' \ : : : I.K\\K: JACKS'Nl 1.1.1.i i i vth; i IIIDAVSiM i

o two thousand people. lie built the !I : (: w.h..dl1lt' of .Kim* in Finn.! i I .,' I I's its > .

ending the child. Memorial Presbyterian church and! i lu\\FXT; lUTLS: ; TO NKW: YORK AM' 1I! i I'olNTS NORTH, SS
I In.'lulling d..li htfl1lll.'I.HiII'r! ; \ I .1 I "".11-:11 the :
rwfit- I cyryi IJcv. Petella, of Port Orange, manse, a most exquisite creation : vMOl'S$ "'SKA! bU. \\I'- .

i preached hU last sermon at the and it 'OIUPlctd.1 TllIlIujCh tuL<'.... *old to nil Northern i-.m-; For full.information e
fitting furnishing ( .
: rs:nirurin|; :; Jittrai ti'Iii offt-n-d ti.v Uo sit ls-r :.1.. .Iajrrnmt't: h>;wrratilo/, :
Methodist Church here last Sunday in every detail. He al*) gave to the '! E ti<'ketx ate iip|,h,' to s "

i;. lIe lift* had charge of the serviced Methodists J a beautiful building for I A. W. PYE Agent 211: :! ;:: 11.1.\ Stnr't :
: .1 t'' ., ''I' nOM.J.., j
r here for the past six weeks and has their church and Tht'tit,1 j
4 parsonage. : ...ii !If i ''.ill.. I/H :M! ,\,; ti' II.M" i ni .i : J
d r f k made many friends among our jx
pie. and tolay are as solid as when completed. j

( Rev. Templeton and family who I. He also built a city hull for 'I ',' Florida East Coast Ry.

( 1i the of Augu&tine and aidl..I'
i t have been for the past few weekon" city ,

i L. 'Itt1Tri4Veokly an outing in the North will return in the rebuilding of the old 1toin.ui J
.. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. ,In Effect Jane 4 1904.
home this week. llev. Templet is Catholic cathedral which was aluust, tdestroyed ,

J ; I'U I.I.\SailingsJiCKSONVILL a favorite hero and their many by fire. He paved nmwi- NHJTN30MD-RSAD. -! DOWN. -; __U..---I 1"fJtJ_ M'J-Rttl U' I

friends lrome them back. ous streets with asphalt ami established L.f .ga N7,2 tfA"I ...... ...1l ;

and NEW YORK- and ebb! 'triesystem :" 1IlJl1'J I _.._____ D.11r. Dst11.
Calling at (Clinrli l' "i < i .\ number of Daytona and Sea a water, newer fl er.IL'....... ... ..... JtOUtHHt'. .. ..r 1 1
for his properties."To cis O .. .... .: .... ....... ./g J.--YJII"! ..-.:. ....Lv1t; .
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS I IN THE COASTWISE SERViCC.The breeze people took a moon llifl IM., ........,..................9CAa|. tincliutlnxs ........ ........... nOt
young : t12t a.............................. .... .. .. I IMt
Clyde New England and Southern Lines light launch ride in the "Cruiser"Thursday enable the pleasure-soekri' i n tl4l. ... .......... ...........K 1'st.iin .... ells //
I Dint S-nii.- IVt\\.vn evening A jolly time reach St. Augustine comfortably an.I Iquickly l"rlU pAr I ... ........ J klaikaBuur.olJ . ... .. -:...Lv.;'
L JACKSONVILLE., BOSToN AND PROVIDF.NCE. he aLv ; ... ......... .......Pt l"- ._ .. ltd reol tat 2,
AND ALL EA*TERN POINTS. was voted l by all. taught a narrowgangt'railroad .. _._ .
.eo ... .. .. .. .... .
I'ulliiisf at luirli-isti.n' Until I tt.ivSUMIWLtKLN under construction from .. 60Copi. .:.. .... .. .. :: .::.t: i o 7661 IN Ills
: SAllI\: () Dick is ill at hU home ... Ark )
Soitkkonid. . . From lf *lli' Wharf. Boston Lyle quite South Jacksonville to :St.;; .AuguMnn. tl . ....... ... ... lle.oa-.-.-...: Lv I Isle ,
Nortlhuid. . . . . from foot Catherine Jackjonvlllt on the beach. PI tl"fLT................ .......... :*. .. ...... lac.. ,
street widcne l the built !
gauge, a nsatmnscent r ... ...... ..........ItaixintOraL'd .. ,
t 1' ...................... ...... .. .... I 6 186.
: CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER Ll\ B. The young people enjoyed short steel bridge acroNgthe St. Johns ....... .. ........ .. Dartr>rft. i 111 art
.. .. .. .
p .. ...... ....
soug service at the JethoJi t cJmcdl river at Jacksonville, and thus mibled ...... ...:.... ....... .,.t'ortOr"uf"N reseal n I 141.
: Between Jacksonville and S:nford =T ..... .. ......... Oak Mill/ a.. .. I c.16J
Sunday evening. the runningof high-cla Pullman 11111
STOP rlsnT I'I.TK.STIIH.'I':' | I IK\\lh( Hi''. : iU| >. (H..Uxu) e t II .......... .. .......... .TJtlUVlllr.Oocii. .. i
and InU-rim-diaU l.niuliiu-i.n :M r .h III \:-- .i .li -- limited trains from New Viklirectly p ............... ....... .... n-wk.o<*; .iXaa > i I tutIMt ft.
I c8 P .. .................... CkiTlH. I :I
: liTl.t; lFat: "City of When troubled with rotiMtlpatlon try through to St. Auguttiu II 1 p........ . '" ..... Netl\tfnf' 1M. .
Jacksonville 'lmmtrlrtln' StruiiArh and Liver ........ .......... l .. "::.. .. I.
. Tablet TVy are to take and within -1! I hours. Mr. Flagler I tin n 1001! I I ...........::::::.. ... ... t'--elu., .. i 11 IIFq/fi &M; 1
APIMINTEli, TII H III .\''4 F. .I I <>\VH.Loav lure tansy pro-. D! i p.. .............. .... H lace. .. I! HJin if .
II Jacliiontille.................... .... grilling or other unplwuututrftrt't. bought of Williamitor his i.ul- I .... . .. t IuD.l, ..... 11 r -
Suiida\i. *.Tu- ml.i.vf mid Ttiuikdajn at a :'Ml p. m ForwiWhy nil druggists 0 ......:::..............:... r,vc. .. P I
.; ILrtur.ing. U-areSanford...... .. ......\.n.la.\-! \\.'dut'$.l.i.\MUid I't ula.\s at H.all a. mN road from :St.; Augustine to Toon. 1 .. ... ....' If' iin .. .. t 11 1111 i it
----- U .. .,..........:.:::: .::::. .
IUU< and P.vlatka, and from Deacon \ .................... ... 1c
r -te tt: : .rth>tV unJI loirTl. ww national jfume, I'OI.IT- ( In............ ...... I.plh'r.0001 :::. .:.' 151 .
. i R'" ;p. I SCI1EUuLI(; lluJ pLeave IO.FK, for *n\.. by I'. C. Jlarne*. w.to) White his narrow-gauge railr a'l l .2i p ..... ....... ......... VI. :Mh U I
| it j b ............... .... ..__u. >__ '" I I IS.
:3.: ii p m. LlrrR.t i tot a 11,1 from San Mateo to Da ton j IK- 1(1 ... :.:.::::: n i
8 4.:; p m .............................ralatknA ....... .. ...... .. L.,-11H' 110 pin } I! 1&4 fp .....h'.n.. ........... .. ...1t t. :: S ::
.. 3 00 am................................. ..tor.... .. .. .j:10pus Port Orange PkUnjs. changed the gauge of .the latter : p ......:::. ................ ... '-I /N.

.. 480 fm........................ .....:Ot. 1'rnn.Is..... ... I I" 1 (M) p m Mr. Winn is property), connecting them 1 up toPaytona I I, 61D At...............:................-... ...... .M1asd.............. ..... I.. : .. .,.1
It .......................II4.n."ror,1 I I 11It..LuHI. 12 oo to very busy getting .. t
Arrive S.'iOatu: ......................... ... :o"ftll'I.. '.I :to a nilooo his hotel ready for the M'a'On.t with his Jacksonville line. I I -- _
100.0am; ........ ............. Cub'rprlst. .. .... .. ... ... om he is Ho built the Ormond hotel at ( >imonil : B. '0111) URANOR. OlA1N : ': Y SIuNCU.ik .
present building kitchen. -
- - -- -
anti in the spring of I II'\I!1t:: lie Iij1--- aratleie : .is s- DdQS

Gener I Passenger and Ticket office, Mrs. A. F. Sincoe returned home bought the MiC'onnick. prrtl|*'rt.it sLi': .., ,,..,+ t111e,,,.,,,, Ar' 13 is 1 '
Wednesday from visiting friends I l3.sLv ,......... Oeter.l.......... Ar tl 10t l t ,; meta. Ali
204 W. st. Jacksonville. 1.1lt'"orth, building thereon tt hat ..,.. tettA+ ..... .. 11O/, t' f d Ita
Bay _. and relatives in the} Northern states. I Kati ..., 81a/.rd ..,.. .... J As.r J0 //.1 11 1 t, i.t ',,:r t t +r
-- haH become the world-famous! nx.iithe t _

F.M.lKOXMOX(5KKJu; .\11Io1101'11 1'11":1 _' I l. -i n.I..I."j."tlm'illt; : t >. Ito She enjoyed the trip very mush Royal 1'oinciana hotel, at Palm Let said hiTr; D;, [y i S. Ni.i1 i' w-i t} M 0 r: t2 i.t F

.I W.G. COOPKlUu.Loi.il 1'1:1' ;: I' I imi.l.I.: SuptF1Ht and is feeling much }bencfittod by it. Ai D.l D.IIr Ikslr dY1'OilT D.11r l I MI
; r D.11r
Hciich. He his sal Irs'ad ; Pun t 1I1tAIiDII. r i L7 UfTk7
= 1 .la.I."II\ 'd'' J : a
A.C.IIAOEUTY (.ld I n..t'll iw" t \..u \ "I ,. Sheriff Turner }has been }having along the Indian river from Dau< .nato / >b. jIi J'dps. +e r 4U el Tl r /
;mminr: It..i.i.'i'I \ ji.ix.nt.: 1 : Haw York > I t
hill cottage repaired and a porch Palm llt-aih, through the funum t I Io m. .
TUEO. 0. EQER \\ n P CLDU & CO.. 0 I 1I a
.. Ifmral( Manapr, G..a.-ral.tleetit built on the front. Indian river orange groves and chat I u I 1 /Irk 1 le 04fAr1/.nMM 11 Atlaatb >l..dt Lr 113 0t"7c, t' 1 /.i 10PENINSIJLAR
1U Stat St V Yor,. .
Chewbrough lluildioj, ** .w
Mrs. F. is now the equally famous pineapple
astinger was married to AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CC.i; .T.US. AT MIAMI.
Mr. John Baxter in the district, l tit.aLli"hinghat is now a .....
parlor of the ------ --
The Dredge "KLONDIKE"MF.LTOX lardtuan House, Sunday the llth, tn
licsich. This town 1ms all the -om- HAVANA AND KEY WLSTThese
by Justice Karn. The
AMI i:< >\. Pi" I.M.TOI* happy couple -_
forts of modern cities, a population -'--' -
left for Oak Hill where
Dredging done in the Halifax. Tnnioka .tni! ail m-1 <.1\ .tttd) .ii.un tl..I'u.* they will re TI..T.\II., Blow M.e Gmy .lDar b' "' ';_.M' /1.amt'4
Termm1GasonabM still :S.kti.i< MOD <>'i.i>-ntii-i| side. 'all year round'of about l.ouo.aiid' fro 3esahe Cum'y b.tdnlt..lf r $",.)nM "H" ttllJ' \.; I-'n.,' ,'. I,;. Dot.' .r1I",..tkMrDbr _
r "
Iron c t" a "I;
Addrww the proprietor. ajrtonaFla is one of the moot thrifty little citiesin j
'_ __ __ .. I The Losa'c a dance in Hidge- .--. _.-- -
Florida. In IS!);> Mr. Flagler
wood Hall Saturday There Oup! of th. LOCAL TIME OA&D O.LU.: I tvl 1..t1oo
""" """". night. or L
Da9 'ton Ice I built the Hotel takers, facing; the
,- < < Round trip Tkkct from Jackson* : cl CO. were a large number present. Dancing "SEE THE TICKET I' nI. ;-,
ott-an beach at I'alm IWh. He
I J \IUotoNewYOrk\aa.\\IUorYUne\\ \\ i II". I'", tlu.tgtrt was enjoyed until a late hour. built iron and D. RAHN R. Asst. Pen. Paf s. Agaat.. t'I'! \ t, ;,TIE, J'LA. ..
t I Inquire atQAZfJTTbtMWS ei I Ij an pier enlarged the :

j If : $27 office. : I Il r r. M. Milburn came home Fridayand Royal I'oinripa, until now it i is: tin' j

{l\\ .....:.4+ ......"........I 1, is f rt staid until Monday( largest tourist hotel in the worM I !

r, '.... -- - I IIf' He became interested' in the 'lUu j Northern Meat Harket

,I t (CHAMBERLAIN'. 'HUI uiotti. v\n "I : IN {Pa.u.t soLkwt: 'or UI'Ouvm-uLiisV(lURlU'tHUU.D Tour\. bias and bought tins Royal 1 Vi,'tmi.{ ,

.IklnltE1Iu:11u11 ,I ".\lluw rw to Rift you a f.w words l in hotel at Na nau. In ItsJM' Mi Flus- I, >' J. L. GDI ''"1. Proprietor.
Thia remedy in certain to Uih",Jfd in .td .rftiof ('hnll\l..rll\in'" CoinCholera I ler extended his w
t' -
railway to Munu
almost every home U-fore thf Kiiiuin iorer. .. i and I Irt irrli m Iknwdy" says Mr. John j 4
lw i llainHto( t4ixh raw, IVxim "1 ufbTMliiiiewt on Hiscayne l bay" in Istle c.xinu' ? Till', 'I. ..mi Finest
It depended
ean upon P
E -
even io th* most wri-n' and ,11roe" I L with. l o"'t'1 trouble and built a fine l hotel l thentli t} I'I tmA .ftiij rv ;:
tOOk nil Lin.of) ., M.ukct .J la1'k UIl"ilf.
CAM. It wpxialljr valuabU- ,..UIII.r m H-inefi without iff t- Royal Palm. >/' : d ; !'
It .. tiua: any rtltef. uln-n mj friend, AI r. C. ,
nxr dmorden* in children mpk i. ant Mill'i. t t.> in |),-iiiliduur
r to take and never fail to pirn I rompt | JobiiMon. a iiHTchant star, lriwd" me r J s 'I ,1.1 1.111I1. of
to taU thin .
rtltft %Whf'not buy it now* It JIMV I 141'.' "I- II finni 7 to 12Sun.Jayeease : :; lone I felt greatly renieilj.lter rvlierej taking one J.- C. Pttt pher buts opetud' .in Y P' Ir II \I. ate.iii' .
w.. For sale 11) all druJ'i4t1t : and wlien I .
Auto Liverand
had taken is
tics" thinl
done was prepared to
._ i'Itutw IM entirely carry
cured. I thank you from the bottom of passengers long or short diotaiu.sThere 1U: Nuith i, ,. I.. Street
mj !heart for putting thin
POUErYSHONEr / great
I Volu.l. A..nu. and R.Uro in tin bands of mankind," For remedy male will he cut price fur suutrnrrmonths. :

!!...lb.eoittfb ad hU conga; 1 all druggiaU. Ly I = I't, : *



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i1h He-Ne. 1 s, Saturday; Sept 24, lYJ4 ,.

::AND RECORDED I Mrs. W. F. J fl bb visited friends 1 .a '
at "Time and I I Ir '
."'to Titusville the- tide wait for no man," SOCIAL TO A Notice of Mcetlaf. : -!
R fore part of the week. but the tide in the Halifax river is lA r WORTHY COUPLE ,I 0. C. BOHANNON .

pp> t About People R. J. Maltby, manager of the waiting for the wind to abate before i A meeting of the Florida East Physician and Surgeon. "II. -. <'1

jf More or Less Bond Lumber Co., is transacting going out. i The Automobile Club Gives an Elegant Coast Automobile Association will .!
business at Jacksonville be held at the club house this day Offle over tl* itwoodPhAnnaej,Beach Our Readers. x E. C. Earl fell from his wheel between I Lunch in Honor of Mr. and ((Saturday) at 7:30 p. ra. tnt, DAYTOXA, FLORIDA.TVVi .

tuner 1-'3. Captain C. II. Spencer has been Daytona and Onnond recentlyand Mr. Edw. Fltxgerald. JOHN n. PABKIXSOS, Secretary.Card >boD N'o. 74. ;. ..

quite ill the past week His many sustained a severe sprain of the One of the most enjoyable social It'

[ books at Clark's.falton I friends hope for his speedy recovery. ankle which has laid him up. events in the annals of the Florida of Thaeks. THE DAYTONA HOSPITAL.New ..

returned Sunday : School books at Clark'g. School Comptroller Croom has distributed Fast Coast Automobile> Association Mr.( and Mrs Allen of Seabreeze Equipment Trained Nurse

Northern joints. ,, books. the money arising from the sale anti occurred in its magnificent clubhouse desire J to extend through the columns Comfort, quiet and privacy. .

'auk returned from aNew i Mr. and Mrs. C. W. redemption of tax sale certificatesfor on the beach on Wednesday of the Gazette-News, their sincere Ambulance carriage 1e" <'e.
Graraling No. 10( 32.
Bay street. Telephone
?to York Tuesday.p I were the guests of friends at Port April 19!)
Bennett returned Orango Thursday. share of the same being SOji'.GO.!) ): farewell lestimonialofappreciation citizens who bo nobly assisted in
p and H. H. SEEWE A. M. M. D.
esteem of the i'evident membersof ,
from the
saving fire that
visit to Cincin- Lee Kingston whose property !
'from a II T. house
Howard was
formerly in business the association
: to Mr. and Mrs.EdW. ( destroyed the "Riverview" last I
recently Physician and Surgeon.Office .
h in Daytona is again here and certainly deserves: Fitzgerald, who leave Daytona week.
credit for his
[)homemade lkiughnutsaramling may conclude to again make. Daytona enterprise. The ashes tomorrow for their temporary homein and rwklrtic 127 So. Ridgvwood.Offlco .
; s Haker)'. his home. had hardly cooled before he had the DeLand. Hours: Uo' a. m., Itot,11.0'. p. m.Tehphone .
Dissolution Notice.
pillars built and framework com No. M.I : .
wife and daughtery Station Agent \V. F. Jibb Aljout twenty members of the club
expects pleted for a two-story house. copartnership heretofore existing -
from New to leave for Titnsvillo for with their wives ami! lady friends assembled
night a under the firm name of Weth- IIINNIN111NNINIINtHC.
short visit George Wray, proprietor of the at the pleasant resort facingthe
with his
numerous friends erell & Farlee has this day been dissolved TtbUn Law
at that place. Daytona Music House returned Sat- expansive Atlantic, and for an I i
by mutual consent. The ATTOIINEY-AT-LAW
undersigned -
L Smith, spent Monday day night from an extended 1 trip of lrtir or more enjoyed 1 tlwmtflvtft in Room I, Atlantic Block, Ifeyton <

r of this week at Orlando "Patent leather dancing shoes for four months to the St. Louis World's social iiitercourhe as well as in expressing who will continue the UrQ ('0"" 'prtn.Mooda, Tuct4'
children and youths at The Globe. buMiiess, will not be responsible for + dare and W.-do".ta,..
i Fair New York and Canada. He reports sincere regrets to the departing 1 toy ton*-Tbur J ji, Friday and
any bills that may be contracted f i4atunlayl. U
Rider and wife returned Horace F. Stewart of the Seaside having had a gala time.C. couple for leaving Daytonaeven hereafter. Tin*. WFTIIKBELL. NNN....11...........*.*.

mouthy visit Inn, is making a tour of the north tern -
r from a two A. Frick, who l'oraril
was injured
several Daytona, Fla., Sept. 23, lOOt
Mil taking in the \Vorld's Fair at St. weeks ago by stepping on a nail At 8 o'docllunch was announcedand -- S. H. Gove,

Louis on his way. He left Satur- that entered between the the assembled guests were seated J. W. IVrklnt. Carey D. Undli.PERKINS .
(fnlue for your money in toes, severing AHTHITBTT, BULDKH: AND nJUCTO"
i at Ctark's.mourn day. the muscles and cutting an I at the tables which had been & LANDIS, ..Mi.lt'tk't' and office, northeast corner of

Dr. E. H. IJrubh sailed on the artery while engaged at work on the beautifully arranged 1 in the receptionroom Hidto'wuud and Voiunia avenues
of Tort Orange, of the clubhouse, and proceeded Attorneys-at-Law, Phone tit. Daytona, Florida.
Mallory line steamer Comal from Onnond resumed work Mon
at caller at the Uazetlei to paituke of a lunch that would DKLA.M: ), FLORIDA. --
Brunswick Ga. this day.
morning -
i Monday."Krt. for a few weeks visit in New --- have pleaded the tastes and satiated Will priu-tk-e in the State and Federal fOIEY5IUDmCUR!

t' C. A. Steel and York. I i Death of a Popular Railroad Man. .' the desires of the most fastidious court. Makes Kldntyc u4 Bladder RIId

returned Saturday Stationery, fancy and plain at J. M. Fleming, Florida pawengeragent and exacting of epicures. Chef '! lo New York i Gregory had only) a few hours notice '
i strip Clark's. of the I/misville and Nashville ...'
*- : in which for the
to prepare coining !'
railroad with headquarters at .,
a Mrs. J. .Yinzant and daughterMiss of the arty, but he wa equalto .1
fci mountings at Wray'srtee. Jacksonville, died at Orlando last I
I Addle go to Daytona today.Mr. I the occasion, a* he bad improvedeach
Saturday morning of iIPP"IUlit'iti". ,!' ;;;
Yinzant will put a shell road in fleeting moment and had arranged ....'
He was a native of Knoxville, Tenu, '
Goodwin, of New front of and otherwise! improve his I a lunch that called forth \
and was 5i: of
Jyls_ the guest of her friend, properly in that place.-DeLand Mr. Fleming years had Urn agi\ engaged in many Haltering encomiums from all 1V

L Thompson, in this city Supplement. who were partakers of the regal re:- .
railroad work from boyhood} and was ,

Edw. G. Harris president of the steadily advancing to the topmost past.After )
I the lunch Cap tair. John I). f
.T, man well qualified t in a store or oflic friend of the fraternity I
I/Hiw, where ho will attend the National wann newspaper
toasts would be in.order, and in '! Why a man: wiil weir ready-made, clothing
.situation. Particulars; Convention of and a strong believer in the
.... ... Photographerswhich his own inimitable and happy way 'SJ., when he can have it made to order for about
tie..i will that I efficacy of printers ink. His death
.i 1--- convene in city the acted as toastmater of the occasion.In ',!.', the same price, is one of the unsolved prob
!L..nt. week. will be sincerely regretted( by hU
Ideal I Fountain Tens: following announcing cad toast he made I ".,) lems.

I A'lJuarnlltl' not to lealjI'JL He sure to call for Hot Rolls at legions of friends throughout tho a few remarks relevant to the subject' ', : The only man who ever gave a reasonablereason
&ut.e'lto extend their heartfelt
Gramling's bakery. Fresh every matter which were thoroughly characteristic : for not laving his clothing made for

Piersou left Tuesday af morning at G o'clock.Commencing sympathies to his relatives in their of him and were greatly him said that "he was so ticklish he could'ntstand

visit of three weeks or: hour of sore allliclion. "
enjoyed by all. !: to be measured.
October first, the
and friends in The first toast"No. :31) and Its' : Have your suit made for YOU ONLY and
Southern Express Company will put
I IAttltmac For Better Roads.A ISeautiful CluL ou o"-was aligned ':, you won't look like a "ready-made man." You
f 'c{; in their own horses and wagons at
f ;t arrived last SaturtfeeKorth i I this place, instead of hiring their representative party of good 1 to Dr. tSeelyo, who responded grace :. will look as if you were "made to order," and

where ho has work done as at present. It is likely roalsadvtsatesfrom Dd.audltead-) fully. a; wall feel like something new.

fining business with plea I that at present two wagons will ed by W. I. Spoon, tho representative "To the President not of the i R. L. SMITH

: _y"put three weeks.frtmJiug'.Ilnlery. h bo U'It"-l. of the National Good Roads AHsocialion United States but of Autombile '. ,

of the Tinted 1 States, were \81o'itation"-a88ignetllo Louis Adler I'i' : Phone 104, Peters Block, DAYTONA.

you will The Gruber-Morris( building on in Daytona Wednesday afternoon. who paid a glowing tribute to
that's to kt3 South Beach street is being veneered i a; Expert alterations cleaning and pressing.
'fhe consUted of W. L. the work Mr. Burgoyne has done in .,
arty ,
with brick This will not only add Spoon of j MarylandV.. H. Fudger.V. building up the association."To -!'!'!.il!'! '!'!f !'!'!'!'! !.. '!.!.'!'!(!I!>!t1.!'t!. !,! !)!>!'!'!'.!'!I!'!.:! )'!I!t!<-y! Y!"

E Pollard has rented thehilding greatly to the looks of the }buildingbut W. Gould, ('. I). I. adis and ('.1 the 1..1di'tJ'Jlat Would the -_. -- -- ---
will lower the rate of Without Them?" .: A************************* *******************tit****
t on South Head materially 0. Codrington Dctand. Club was assigned .

': will move his bicycle insurance. The |iartv made a tourof investigation to J. W. Wilkinson, but as | SCHMIDT'S VILLAr1

in % short time. Clark's f-cent cou iohilion books of the raid between n and and that gentleman had blown out of the i ii

11 LPJerson, Dentist, Peck cannot be beaten for the money. this city, and also went over the good window into the briny deep and life Overlooking tqc Halifax River, Daytona, Florida.

< 'te South Bridge, 'Phone Mrs.( Harriet C. WiHaume very roads in and around Daytona. All boat crews had failed to discover or I I I i : The hotel commands a most attractive: \\ in every direction and m J ; .

"' these gentlemen are eiithuhiaHtically recover his perMOl1, George W. Clark no t finer l fixation can be found in the vicinity. It is only one mile
Mr. and Mrs.C. ( .
pleasantly entertained in favor of building a substantialroad responded by paying the ladies a : from the ocean and is convenient to the depot, pubtomce, churches and
t Gill has leased the store M. Bingham Jr., Mr. and Mm.Kdw. schools. More than other hole in town. Bath
faun Daytona to l> \Land and handsome and deterred compliment."To I : public : sunny rooms any i\ \
''occupied> by P. Ladas, the : Fitzgerald and Mr.( Chas. K. rooms and l lavatories, with sanitary plumbing and all modern conven-
Our Absent (
Sanford and Or 1mhenJIay ,
,., and will open a meat marin Gardner: at her home on North extending it on to iences. Cuisine unexcelled. Rates 82: .50 |per day and upwards.: Special \:
'!t the future. An elegant lando. It would icquire the bonding They All Return Automobiles, rates by the week The only Tennis Court in the city is located on j ;
near last evening. -
I Iltxiclistreet of the county to accomplish suchan was assigned to S. II. Cove, who! the hotel grounds.
Whitney and family, of Mt lunch was served and a't'r) undertaking, but no other public pleased all with his felicitous and : HENRY SCHMIDT Proprietor.
evening was jessed by I ,
1m11aTe been spending the pleasant 'or1.'ouM of such incalculable clever remarks. .
\\ prove .. .... .. ... ...... .. ..*
I those I ** ** ** **** ****** ** *
: months on the beach, reJ present.The advantage to the t'Ountyw this "To the Famous each Wlm j h

to their home Monday Misses Abercrombie, and bro and to the E ast Has Made All Things Pm..ilII..1
public( highway, i i i "i' i"f r i i i i ? f i f i i '
Iren should call and look aftJkent ther Wiley Abercrombie} entertained Coast in particular would this lie till.J, was eloquently handled by Major' t' I II. .

tablets for schools be a party of their friends, at their It would add very materially to the M. Binlham.1&0 spoke of the: \.tsi E James A. Loveless.
First avenue Thursday of the t beach IMS
*/UJgeh ewhere. home on summer business of Daytona and amount advertising

night, in honor of Mr. and Mrs.( the l beach by bringing in the people I given Daytona. Every newspaper I

' Celebration of holy communIke Kdw. Fitzgerald. About :55 guests who reside along the proponed road, of prominence in the United Slates Sanitary Plumbing.

observed with approprii and six, handed euchrewas in had col
were present and the Gazelle-News is heartily in and many Europe given Estimates cheerfully given.Vork guaranteed.
i at St. Mary's church on the order of the evening V. the pmjiosilion.In unins to the J beach and ha.llllatll' i
.Fx,f October at 11 a. in. Vuillaumo winning gent's first pyre, favor conversation with these gentlemen I the fame of Daytona worldwide. !I Masonic Building. Phone 87.

i Cell Harris entertained a M. 11. Altman, second. The ladies they informed 1 us that Dctaud "To Our Guests of Honor Mr I I j Call and we sample board of bath-room fixtures, soap cups

i at her homo on Orange first prize was won by Mrs( C. M. would be solid for a proposition of and Mrs. Kdw. Fitzgt'rahl.1,,, feelingly towel) racks, etr '11'u 'vrumg

Tuesday evening. A very Uingham. Jr., and Mrs.( Harriet C. such a nature, and that l Daytona responded to by Mayor( (Charles' *- 1I
''k ;. tune was passed by those Willaume, second. A tempting should take the matter in hand by L. Siuilh, who voiced the sentiments .

g; in the event. lunch was served by the charming meeting them half way. With Daytona of all by his remarks on the departure --

wanting choice baker' hostesses and all voted a very pleasant and IVLand a unit ou this subject of this estimable couple f win : :'ua!'iu'!'!'!'!'.a!'!'!<.!.!.!r!'!'!, '!'!'!'Y!'!'!'!'!'!J!'.'!I..!.!.!'!'!'!:.'!' kV '

evening. the proposition would undoubtedly Daytona) and hoped that their stay

* north forget of Oramlings the liazette-New baker W. M. Cochron who resides on carry, and all property in Daytona ': at DeLand would be of short dnra- I This Is the Fruit Season.

Daytona strict near Fairview i one would I It' enhanced in value to tiou. .,

i of Daytona's industrious carpenters. at least the extent of the extra tax I At the conclusion of the toasts '!.I,

Qwtte-News acknowledges careful cultivatorof In Mr. Fitzgerald in a few wt'U.dlo'tt'n You will find line
Mr Cochron is a that would ? imposed upon property ; at our store a complete
calla from (', 0. Codrington, the soil as well and the! writer O\HIt'nJ. remarks thanked the members of the ..I'

I* d News, W. 11. Fudger, of tomato plants club for their kind words and the '.,

la and 1'V.. Gould, all observed flourishing a on patch his place this week Real btate. elegant entertainment that had been Fruit Jars, Rubbers and Parafine Wax,

Thursday afternoon. that would reflect credit on the most Season houses for rent from $2($t tendered himself and wife.

Bingham, Jr., is building a trucker. Tho season has been for six months. The guests then repaired to the x
expert to $fAM) .
Ii the finest of spices and in fact everything
cottage south of his resi very dry, and Mr. Cochron Hoarding houses!: for the season- breeze-kis"ed balconies and after an '.,

: the corner of Orange and that one of the plants! falling over eleven to fourteen rooms.K. I I hour of further social convene the ; necessary to canning fruit. Our "Red 2

It will IM occupied by in a water drain had taken on renewed L. Sump, Agent. I.I :lSIil'mltJage! disbanded after votingit Seal" fruit jar rings sell for 10 cents per j idOl.cn'ou

Loveless, when completes life and was filling with fruit. I II i one of the most delightful of gatherings.
from this and pushed I I' 3 can buy cheaper ones, but 'tis
Hooks for lIe took his cue It Sa,tJ fits ltg. tJ
1> 5 at Clark's stationer, all of them ho could in the same position P. A. Danford. of LaGrange, Ga., cheaper to pay 10 cents and be sure that

with the result that his plantsnow suffered for six months with a frightful Notice to Daytona Contractors. S, your fruit will not spoil.
healthy and robust and give running sore 011 his leg, but he r.

Miller and his charming are of a flattering yield of this writes that Buckleii's Arnica Salve 1|'i The journeymen carpenters of ,., --

\ were married in this city promise until frost time.Don't wholly cured it in five days. For, local No. 1725 will ask for an fightI -
PUP favorite fruit ulcers, wounds piles, it is the best !I E. T. THE GROCERS.
instant, have returned hour day from and after January 1, CONRAD & CO.
can get all High salve in the world. Cure guaranteed.Ouly23 I __
.:Northern tour and are forget you Sold The I'.xij!) IJ. SHOEMAKER,
Clark's stationery cents. by \hfwI1 L
tDajtonafor the fall ands School books at Pharmacy and J. M. Jonesdruggist, I r sep 17-1 w President. store. I I

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I i Daytona and Its Attractions o: & *

2-5\\ :I t, .. $ # The Queen City of Florida I at :
$ a.n
j 4 8" (W fty eo :

1 ,;> From the I Morfda Ewt Coa t Railway IlooVlet. |

,...i.i'itil.ilj.ili. vvVi$>**i* (eSM $.f '! N' I"i\!; .
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1 !110 Miles from Jacksonville. The Population of Daytona

:J. e Pare one way......,.,....-._. ......$JJO proper is about 1,800. Added to

Round trip.......................1-...... *-0 his is a suburban population on Cuttios
main shore and peninsula i\l about I
74 Miles from St. Aujustlne.
1,000( ) at Kingston, lllake, Old &>a. t.
I i fare one way........................:....$2.20 breeze or Goodall, Seabreeze and .

Round trip........... ..................... ".-40 Silver Beach, which are properly apart .. 3
AT SUNRISE OR SUNSET of the town and population.
r-- '" DAYTONA is situated upon the E NOT A STOGIE.
Beach ,
west bank of the Halifax River at its Daytona -

J 'i' OX I Dl N E fairest expanse and midway between approached lies one mile by east three of the good town.bridgesover It is NOT A CHEROOT,. -

its source at liulow Hay an and -
the river well-graded avenues

IS' A POSITIVE CURE FOR Mosquito Inlet. It in in latitude and is the principal summer But a Full Size, Perfecto Shape, Cigar

:29! seventy-four miles from St. Augustine resort south of :St.; Augustine It ;

. ij CHILLS FEVERS I and one mile from thte At has more tourists luring the summer Made from Cuttings) from the \\'urh

lantittrean) ami is acknowledged to than all the othtr places south Tables of the San .v\aU'o Ci JrI ,
MALARIA combined and i is also
of that city ,
f AND lx without a rival for beauty among becoming a favorite winter resort I factory and therefore contains

the villages of the South. Its sightis The beach is wide, firm and smooth, the same sweet fine burning J stock _.

I ji IT WORKS WHILE YOU WORK. upon| what is known as high hammock by many considered the finest in the that has inuije the I High( tirade '
i land that was crowned by world, and the surf bathing i is safe Cigars of this I factory l ,unous. ,

50C OrWrtu the Minuf.clut.IfaATTONWORSHAM .-.. : nature with a most royal growth of and excellent summer and winter
Druggists o and People who hate tried Northern anti I Five Cents pays for Two of Them
majesticforest trees, among
declare that
af' Western summer resorts : I
f 1 DRUG CO.. D.ll. Tox. these trees is the town of today, with there are none so perfect in comfortas Box of 50 for $1.25.

I' i its beautiful cottages and well-graded! Daytona Leach.Automobilo.

I ---- -- : walks and streets. The result is Race Meet. I TOR SALl.: BY ALL I hi)l \I.I.H.! I

1 -- that all along the wide avenues that The Florida East: (Wt Aut". Manufactured by

intersect the town are lordly I live mobile Association conducts an

} Southern Railway aUtIah'r oaks and hickories, many annual race meet on the beach, whit- TV. ROWLEY" SLORIDAIO4h :

1 of them draped with graceful festoon has now a universal reputation as I
' the greatest antomobile rare course U t, Jdldlllt4kllia t
nFFECTIVn MAY I of the that -
29 1904 ) gray.. Spanish moss, ----
! It ) !
world. The
in the Daylona-Ormgml .
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overarch the and walks and
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macadam and
; j Beach is hard as an
holly 10 Ib.. talL No;a* Surlh u.t! 11'. at. No l 1.1Ar ; these tall
: awng are interspersed ideal stretch- of thirty or more miles HISSING I WORD CONTEST.
-1'1'I I Y
7 leavec ) without break makes it the natural
I. l.vJacklllntUl" Molty'7"'p 1.'Ja'k.t r.'la HoKy tropical>> palmetto, glossy a
: 1."Jllup... .. .. MoHyllt"'I.\"Jl'1Oup.t1.At., HoKyHoKy 10;; America."At .
I :SUM and coralLerritl racing ground for
L. Kanonab w) Hyl21i1'01r Maconh" magnolias fragrant hays
Columbia.. .. .... slty 111111\ Atlanta.(fn .HoRy 621w low tide the beach j is bart'+ll for
ArCbarloUe. .. ... .. Holty tua ArRomclla, > .. ".IOKy,7s.1 holland many other v 'rit'- PRIZES offered for
ArOrNDlboru... .. Mu l\y1!fit'pliop Arl>*ltcm.fTi S So Hy "WArh.avllle : 300 feet and neither carriage wheel J, 1 01
j. ...1'40' Ry Ar Chat tanuolla" ..110 Ho Hy V .5H tiM, while in many places the wild make the correct solution.
1 a
ArI'llfUtuoK.. ('. II bicycle or lydebtrian can
Richmond .. Holly a t'p <:!IOI'IIlI'11. It. : tt d t_ *"** grape, the trwnjiet; tine and theallll)610psi hardly visible imprint on the Mnooth
1 I .... (Tin.ArLynchburg .' II 'Big FOOT, H ..>p
I Ho sty'4 I7pHo ArObi In. III __ y*p!. Your:.. 7lt'. { is climb and cling among and well-packed band. It !in no uncommon Tropical Manufacturing Co., manufacturers of the great Health Drink METTO, :
Ar rharlottfiTlll0Ar Hyl II lop L IlIdlllllll"" I I'a l.lntMi Ndip the branches forming shady bowers bight to bee sail-rigged 1 u ill pay all prizes. The contest open to all It's PKLU to You.
! Waiblngtoo.Ar / ArChlraio _I'ara.e. 7etN
, MItvl96/p with the velocityof
.. f : bicycles speeding --.--- -
lUltlmortArPblladelpbta P It l l } f u \U.-r-ItI1 pI and adding and beauty. --- ----
.... .. grace
Iti wind More stiff breeze
I : II1"i rC'I".III.. the a
1 __!11:.I
. r Ar New .. .. : : The lies with the i
: town parallel I'IKST PKIZK
. -a.------------- Hf\-lI\i i :v..IIII.lllnall.1I l'H.tIIfa.-p. along the smooth beach, thus affording :
H I ArTolixUi u .() It I' i: nM
; No. -"WalhIDllon and. "' "rld.1 1.1 11I11. ,I Ar IIt'lruli. Mich OKA n, 72as Halifax liver, and extends: for nearly the most exhilarating t.Jmrt| To the fiat one wmiing in the correct "j, >\ ( ill give a beaafr
ttd." holly I'ullman I>ra lni--no'au H".po Z'Ullt" mile
I iV'i Inrlnnatl u N dup two miles' along the} hhore. This known to man. Widen 1 then,
! i Ins ('ar,Jickiouvllle to New york t.:; i Arl 1111IOOr.'s 1H Llltre, r'a W ful life-size picture in gilt frame entitled 'Ti II r; .
I Yom -i'llIelnllali., >l'I .....iiiii-\uurl,.. river is the delight of the angler and of hard-bhelled palm-fringed Iwiile-
J I' ArClrvrlaodu. .Ut. Koun s4s1 yards bring the lovers of the wheel This picture in symbolical of Metro I t':.. ,th drink "hark
Through "Toe rand o( the Hky." 1--- :.. i.VI :- ---MoRTi"; the yachtsman and forms one of thotown'li .
*'xlngli'ii.... K>. ". tH > and ehich* into direct touch with benefit. nil and contains no dope or harmful !? r
Ar ulIIK K> iRy! top
I.. ; LT JacknonUlle., -- --Holly 74p. _Arst. lx>ul. ; LTHaTannah, (>a Ho It(lull = 4
Ily -- --
q The main avenues that nm liarallel which the splendid Halifax To the 5 . I .
ArColumbla.M.U. HoKyHolly a u t U-"Thf Florida tktdt.ed," Itally i span Belt .1/1 ;!< li!. .
1 \lbulII.If lIot Hprtul N.OAr c. Ho Hy 2Z0p l.

lOUd \..Hillml.il IhruuPe..od'ar', __ :\rw with or intersect the river are all Hiver. To the next 2.,. . l"'. .'I! "ItH e.t.-Iu. + -
I 1'ulhu.aMlw' 'pln (( '"8''' 10
.4r Knozvllle,.bran. .. Holly ..np'ork.' 1UO) feet wide, except lleach street, The l each from the sandy bluffs To the neat TO. . 1 Mrttn Ticket i-.ii liP r1M
1" ArLoutsvllle. Holly N.er _. _. __
.. ".'. to the lowest point at ebbtide, m..DtJ-1
ArK! Loult. 4 ==:
Holly .Vp "- -, ---
ftt-t but
+ / Cincinnati.(). ., ___QAO_ HUM 'rIPN" sl- Vela which is aboutixtylive( uren about 500) feet, and the average :+++++.H+++.+++++++++++.Hi...+ ..+++.++++++++++
has half-mile of l beautiful .
a ojieij about :
of the surf measures <
NoI) lly Pullman Kraw Ing-Room and --- -- depth : It'. Yowl t..l/ '
I LiJacaMro\.m. 1"1.1 :$41Ity 7 SpHolC its side .
Bor.t MI..pIDI. ('sr 1..1.n J"rkionttllr I Je..up.It. I \ llIlOp water abutting tijnm eastern two feet. A continuous gentle swell + >>
i and KL.IAul. \rlk'un.li. Holt3U>a where the Halt ebb and flow' rolls in from the ocean from one to .
waves .
.. ', : opl know a ood. ,. \vh (hay
ArU.II'''. i.a 1'1011..", ::!* | ( :" n it art -
1 1 Ar Aniilxtiin.lii .. Ho ltyl''Yfi! and abniz and across which comes two feet in depth under 1Irllla1l'011. : ,;

i t FAIRIIICKETS TO \r\r \i'Hlrinln ittpttl.Tiis/ hatti. Ala Frlaent'It"Ii.r tia.1'r the cooling, invigorating and health- dition! making the l each an attractive -' ++ users of ... In \ ..'1.1'- .... ..ummeri i. -
.\ .o."l.II). :?\'U Krlm-o, b Iuri .
r '- and almolutely>> wife place for t'urflathing. i i--
breezes from ofT the wide
p i ; -\-lIp giving y---
I "
i ST LOUIS NOW ON SALE !! Ar rK"WORLD'S I Here the infant well .
I < '.rk--.:.:.;... ____ It._.! Atlantic, which} temper and rcnd-T I I as an +
_ No. la,"Toe I linlud. I the grey-haired veteran of i + 'ut out tote Coupon, flip! in UN blank
._ KMCtda : __ many
-- .. .. .. .
the Halifax climate one of the most the :+ |la<' "s. one word to each blank..... <* i
Arrivals "umnwan safely: enjoy luxury
._ at Jackson\ille. .: I! + tin- whole to make an appropriate'''- j -
------ --- - -- -- .perfect in the world. Daytona h.is; of a Ma lath throughout the larger : .
ti-iic.-vertUInx Melts and ,
4 mall
1 From New York.Wa.blnKlun..I-No,!')."\\ a.hinl&'ulIul'II''rJIIII."IIt'tI.9: (;"Q' to the P.O.
l'blt'a"o.('Inclnnatl.('ballanula. "Ie.-fU. li.FlniUlH' t lml-$ < .I.I..ii.lu.: many miles (well-graded), marled: part of the year, while the strong'i :+ TWlIMI-AL M'HJ. ('u. I
front Kanut ....
City ."
Memphte.atlrmtnghametc-Nn.14."Plurt.la Limlt>-< ":11. and J liVt AdaiiuHtrm-t.
S )rrom'IaclrnatlAshevllleetc-No.w11'alhneintnua l I"tdl.Ilnlt.d"n:5a.m.. and 1t'lIt.roUli and streets, rendering expert swimmer: can venture ; + JarltMmtllli'. . Florida. 0:111) Mini, i
-'------ .
- further his
--- ---- out to tent strength and i :
_nOU D.THIl' Sl'MMEU TUlTRIST TICKEI's Xo\V ON SALE. it the skill in battling with the inexliausti- I:; :+++++of-+++ 1+.++++++++++++++++-1.1+:14+++++t++++1++UHf

r J. Co tUSK District Passenger Agent- ,--10W- >t I 1ay St.. kfln\IIc- -! ---, Fla.- \\hcrlman's Paradise ble jtowers of the mighty ocean. j UeiuoniU'r time tint IOlt'lIn"1| ;IIIM\-('" i' .I !y tt.tilt' "' /.es. Head '
t# c. H. ACKERT 0. M. \\'. H. fA VI.OE!, fl. P. A. and added to these, but a mile away, The Peninsula |
S. H. HARDWICK, P. T. M. BIOOISORO..'.:\, A. (J. I'. A. in your answers tit& once i-> the
are thirty miles of smooth, hard )lying l between river and ocean>> i*
1 --- -
r beach, that affords an unrivalled one-half mile wide, and is l*'ing Tropical Manufacturing Company, ti

FOUNTAIN CITY PHARMACY, coun for long-distance! cycling and rapidly improved l. and there aremany 14 West Adams St. Jacksonville, Ila
fine cottage and several good i t
1 riving or automobile racing. No __

ft f NORTH IJKACII :8TRKKTHM : town of equal size, North or South, }piers hotels, beach an ojiera j>avilion hoiibe an, two'l a urun large !\ ..................... ... ...11e1061101111/11NNM' .

I S.-1-ct Stock of..... numbers so many wheelmen and ;
casino. i' 'THE DIXIE FJ.YER1World's g

t t URl'( S FOR I'In:' RIl'TIO.sS, I'ATIINT: MIlhK: I INKS.: : IlCOMIW I1C cycling in a favorite pastime with Remarkable feature I'I'A : i -

the tourists miner and \\;nter.The I Fair Koutei
t : AND! TOILET SOA14S. at Daytona has l>een the yearly i improvement I: :

: Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles Beautiful Cottages in the style and value of : X.1. 111'il.l.l I I :. ,
.. 1'11.1'1"f.l\ 11111.1< ; \\i I : i. Air.WAY II II'ESTI'J -
-... that have been cm-ted during the the buildings that are Icing erectedfor '
\\ : \ AMI.\TI.A.\TH '
\I 'tI past years and are being built are homes. Men of capital of the :i I : I; 1 11).tvlight
) Hide the ,
Through Ik-aulih ,
North and West have I IV! > i t .m \If f ft
DR. 3. M. JO.NF-S, proprietor, can t'N consult..l) i..s.-iuuullv; dining uiiM* rendering Daytona as famous for its awakened to its advantages for Ixxxnne winter i :I TENNESSEE AND. KENTUCKY

hours; office Noun Kundav! !0 I.I\) to tll.au r 1,1 ,1IO to 1:111 j'. iu. fine houses as for its eautiful l river, residences. and valuable! lots ; : :>\tov.iv*>ritiilli \\'Hlatull Maliuh on tin.of! ';,-IIII..11mHIIIH"P: !! (
are I and :St l IuiH Hnilufl}', whn' tlwnn' tuit .
.and and
trees avenues, they are a::i i.I i.-
.. adding yearly to its attractions. fe: I being purchased] 1 and costly houses, :,1 :<' :*oI.I.I" (<()..I excursion. ; '*"i .L.,4I.. "< |1.1 djjs! x. 'I I.IIL-| ,F'I/' '"
beautiful in design and f finish
Y ....\.........IN0111+11.1.111111101110111..11+.1111t' Not the least, llf these attractions being erected, and beautiful homes, are:, I' :4 n-gtilar M'.ivm tirki\ ;
o ,

Bond Lumber Company i iMAMFACTIWLKS i i and full I u-w ranking and )perfection second only of climate to health-; i" : the iSeabreezo abodes of. (wealth Heautiful and culture aremultiplying. I I :|:Z 2 Trains Daily 2'jal.

Oh i I the i fact that its population is chiefly '' Goodall are settlement City on iIi.- )Ocean and :J lA.ne.latk.. ills|||, \ ; v- .\ i "I i:,
l of cultivate! and intelli-
.! "'nllNjlk1{ hide of the |peninsula a<.n- the I :* I.I'M\C! .1.1'! k*' ll\ tI.! .1,1 I I VFliMtcxt : .....
ROUGH AND DRESSED / gl'lIt JAople, accutomed!! to the reof : and i 1.-.1. ,
Halifax River from Itaytona. |'iii t mi( sii)1" ) ( | -I fin&
S LUMBERLath '" h'II'lIIl'uti' home and social life.A'l'litl I
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to these features are goodhnnhex At tho foot of Ocean IJoulevard :t E. J. WALKER,
Seabreeze, a pier reaches tIINi(i( t feet I :
t good public) and private I Florida Passenger
| | Shingles. Flooring, ( 'filing, Hrick, Limp t M.licN II K stores, hotels, laundiy, meat I across the beach into tine hwt-lling Jacksonville .Agent Florida.
Oft\r.' 1111,1 .rd-: : I : surf of the wean. This pier is a : :.
and Cement Stock. niurkrK works
; ; an
mil l\alIII".' lll.ll "IIII.Fae1fM.1 .trie lights for operali'iiisf and'limiso favorite nx>rt of those uhod"light; 111.1111111111111111.1.11111.1...1..1.11111111.1
net : street I
.! M ILJJ1-Bond dill, Atlantic ( Lln .. + in the of ---- ----- -!
'oalt Ky }Iu' iiillo* '>mti >f In. I. 'II\ 1110- illumination; a good telephoneNt.in | sport fishing. The surf --- -

KalamaioooaHanordlrKncbotlir' 1-' 1.4: l;' : ..\ ice factorLily Water! I(hereCabounds in trout pompano.I I-++++++++++++++++++++++++++ i
I Phone 83 R. MALUY\', Manager Works '{yellowtail ('8'allt'hitin drum :
i and hot anti cold baths! etc.1<< | .
11111111111111111111.1ti111.1111.. and cecrything else can be [ j edible'\ and many other varietiesof :!
I'M'url.1 fish.
that is 1lt'C.&t. ary to make I During the fall ... .1- The Nassau !
fortable. An important feature inI I son the famous nea )bass affords royal :

I'Ou.nIIONtYA.'lDThl the health!i.Inetw of the town is thef.ter sport, and it has l 114.4'n no uncommon ++ +
Ocean House, \ ( occurrence laud a thousand |>OUIIIH :+ ++ 1IAT
.. Supply of this fi..h : 315 N. Beach
Cures CoUit Preventt PMumonla : gamy in au aftenjmui. : St. :
F. W. SAMS, Proprietor.Uatfg I I which j is derived from numerous individuals rl.f them ranging from :{ +
and I flowing vtlK uf> which there are fifteen to thirty-five ixmnds in" Mrs. +
f'2.00 per flay Upward; J R.T. Sands I
.* Special to Regular j Uoarder i, lMia' v .. ., [probably 300 in the corporate limits. I ITbitJ weight. Not only doe the rKcanoffer : J i l I
.n. if..laUJy t
'l flow is secured wells this
by boring splendid "|iort hut the :
lr< N\\Jl & III.y, to the depth of from bO to I LM feet Halifax River only half a mile had : rROriUETOH. : I

Ita'NCing through several strata of of the ocean, is! equally famous for :+ + '.

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