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: October 21, 1905
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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;'r -Have Read.'... f"if" I:,. fl gg I er' Railroad. 'I d t to Key %W Vest t. .1 i I i panslon lag Divulged.Valuable Undertaking of American n Inlonnitlon ny of Details Such Trade on Great ol and this Project nomcnt Interest)Unique Hcrctofvrt In IB Engh tbt Florida.cert Eii Nrti -- ::..'i SCHMIDT'S VILLA I."

t Overlooking the Halifax'
----- River Daytona Florida.

-of the- Thomas P. Ghastry,. writing in' The work from Homestead south Terminal facilities at Key West! ..tt The hotel commands a most attractive view in every direction ADd [

.i;./. the Manufacturer's Record, of Haiti- is made up in round numbers of GO will comprise a dry-dock and ten no finer location can be found in the vicinity. It is only one mile'1

rr '; I more, under date of the 10th inst., miles rock embankment through the covered piers, each 800 feet in length from the ocean and is convenient to the depot, postofSce, churches andpnbhc

Zff: HIGH SIDE SAFETYCHILD'S : quotes as follows an interview with waters separating the mainland from and 100 feet in width, with basin .[ schools. More sunny rooms than any other hotel in town. Bath
rooms and lavatories, with sanitary plumbing and all modern '
of the and through the waters :200? feet between The conven-
: I H. M. Flagler on the building Key Largo piers. ten c iences. Cuisine unexcelled. Rates $2.50 per day and upwards. Spec-
iiA : Key West extension of the Florida separating: the different keys. piers, will furnish berths. for 40 ships [ ial rates by the week. The only Tennis Court in the city located on [

CRIB. East Coast Railway, which wnrk j is There are to be four concrete viaducts 4UO feet in length, with a depth of .C the hotel grounds.

: now well under way: :' :31 feet above the water-one water ranging from 20 to 30 feet. .t HENRY' SCHMIDT Proprietor. '

a. "The survey has been made, the from Long Key to Couch Key, !10,500 J. C. Meredith at Miami, Fla., is
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We Have ;jt, in Stock Now. practicability proven and New York feet.; a viaduct across Knight's Key constructing engineer in charge of : .

.. and Key West are to be connectedby channel, 7,300: ft'etj; a viaduct across all the work The equipment to be
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channel feet anda used in the ovosoo
rail. Moser Key 7,800 work is as follows: 6
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In that sentence: Henry :M. Flakier viaduct across Bahia Honda Key tugs, 1 stern-wheel steamer, 16

h BINGHAM : made definite announcement" of his channel 4,950; feet, making a total of barges 25x100 feet,24 barges 30x100:: Ladies .
r I. : determination to carry through a concrete viaduct 30,550; feet, equivalent feet, 12 barges 20x80( feet, 1 sand "

z : project which will be one of the to :5.73: miles. dredge, 1 earth dredge for fillingthe

f < (Incorporated) : most unique in the engineering annals These viaducts are to he constructed concrete viaducts,8 barges 40x70 I.

'" LEADERS IN FURNITURE of the country, the constructionof of re-inforced concrete, 50- feet with concrete mixers and hoists, :

the oceanic railroad. I will call"oceanic" foot spans resting on piers set into 8 pile drivers, 8 towing launches, 1 Come and see our stock of Stone Cooking -
r FALL STOCK OF ALL KINDS ARRIVING DAILY. It because it crosses nearly 1 solid rock and strengthened with dispatch boat, 4: quarter boats, 100 .

W"t.. :. 100 miles of what is a part of the piles. The base of the pier at rock dingh3 and a wharf at Bahia Honda. Ware and note its merits. Meats .

!!- NNIN11N11/NNIN1111.IINNINN.NNiNeee Atlantic ocean. I had called upon surface is 23 feet, and at the springing The material used in the construction cooked in the roaster of this ware are 3
: Mr. Flagler to talk with him, not i line of arch 20 feet 7 inches I of the arches (viaduct) will be .

; I about the work he has done, especially -I From the water to the crown of the I as follows: 206,100( cubic yards tender, juicy and soft; no hard or .

r in Florida, in creating inducements arch! will be .'5 feet. To that shouts sand, 256,800 barrels hydraulic cement
burned Almost impossible to
pMO! BOY OR GIRL for men of influence and grout be added the thickness of the arch : 176,900) cubic yards stone, 4 .

;g wealth to see the South by providing at the crown, ballast, ties etc., nuking 4,810 tons steel. burn rice or other cereals. .

Ever put foot in a better wearing for[ them creature comforts, nut the track 31 feet above the level These: keys or islands are rich .,. !.
, e / = shiie than a . about his:: palace hotels which have j I of the water. hammock lands and the constructionof '-

given the East Coast of Florida the I Of the water openings there seven, the railroad across them will develop .
t mss" it ,% Pennant character of the American Riviera, 25 feet each.! These are in the solid for it a large traffic in fruits 1 .

or his providing railroad. and other J embankment, and are only intendedi and vegetables, like that of Dade
Mason & Wall
L unless .the price was a half dollar facilities for making hat I section to i for rowboats and small craft. county, from which thousands of Company, .

"7. 't4 hi her. blossom as the rose, but about the :; Of drawbridges there are to be carloads of tomatoes, Irish and sweet .

.. extension from Homestead of his i j three, with openings aggregating potatoes, celery, eggplants, peppers, W. H. Edmondson, Mgr. U9 N. Beach St. .
x ,a It i is a thoroughly good shoe 410 fret. The distance beans and cucumbers
Florida East Coast Railway to Key !; remaining : snap are ship .

: L.-- -a in every 1 lespect. and worthy, because West thereby. co ue iing the South about C5 miles, i is nude up of the ped annually.Key Phone 0 .

it has, besides durability with the Spanish main, the West i islands: or keys over which the road West is the second largest .
** Indies and the republics of iSouth I passes. city in Florida and i ia the nearest . . . .e 0 .

; .that elylish apjw-arani'e every mother demands in her child's foot- and Central America. It was a partof After leaving the mainland the point in the United States to Cuba :

4 wear. We Strongly recommend shoe to mothers 0 (' 0 interesting talk given me by Mr. first key traversed is Key Largo, the and to Colon. the eastern entrance (. .1111111111111 .
5 of the entire of Florida of the Panama canal. The extension (
Flagler, in which he said: largest group
w because it. w K.li-rate Alice .. .. V I 1G OLLARS =
"1 have long thought of a railroadto keys, being some 40 miles in length.Of will therefore not only be the scenic
! 4t Key West, but the engineering this, however, the railroad traverses line of the United States as far as : o
The. Globe 15 miles. The of travel land is concerned
difficulties seemed insurmountable. only names ocean : by U OUBLE
When the Panama Canal was decided the keys south of Key Largo, in but it will afford the shortest and \

CLOTHING, SHOKS: AND GE'TS' FURNISHINGS ou I determined to put to an engineering order are as follows: Plantation quickest route to the Pacific by. way : UTY

test the practicability of Key" Windley's Key" Upper Mater [ of the Panama canal. I II
-1 i railroad from the mainland of Floridato cumbe, Lower Matecumbe, Long The great work of this extension II I

'Y Viz ti : 116 South Beach Street. the port of Key West. Tides, Key, Conch Keys, Grassy Key, Key to Kt'YY est is a logical climax to I I II I WE CARRY A FULL AND ,

$ 1H ltitltltl. -. -.- I. currents, winds, all sorts of things, Para, Crawl Key, Knight's Key, the wonderful and successful endeavors I I .
Little Duck Missouri Ohio of Mr. in Florida which I COMPLETE LINE OF THE
A '" -- -- had to be reckoned with. The SUP Key, : Key, Flagler II I
r ; Bahia Honda West Summerland have had marked influence in the I
Necessary as the Keystoni e vey has been made, the practicability Key, a II I
proven, and New York and Key' Key, Cudjoe Key, Sugar Loaf recent remarkable development of :
ji' to the arch is good plumbing to sanitation 1 1 West are to be connected by rail Key, Saddle Bunch Keys, Big Cup- the South due largely: to better facilities 1 FINEST GROCERIES.FISHING .
a4. and health in the homE e, 1
Here is a memorandum from my engineers pit Key, Hockland Key, Boca Chica, :; for getting the investing and :
Run no risks by getting inferior appai r "'I Stock Island and W st. of the American
showing what it all means. :: Key upbuilding part : 1i
atus and bungling i indifferent or carti The facts of the memorandum art: There are a number of other keysin public better acquainted with the :' TACKLE OF ALL KINDS. !
less work because it's a bit cheapei r. of the line of the road .
plain sight South, its people and its .
i these: The distance from Miami: tc i resources.Iaintyeakes :
t We charge fairly for materials an d which the road does not traverse.
Key West is 154 miles. Of this, i't? I I :1
LL '' 'y work, because we're not satisfied to pn I Il Many of these keys are beautiful, !
miles is oompleted to Homestead,I being covered with of cocoanuts "' for dainty lunchesat :
in anything but the best. Better ou r groves I: E. T. CONRAD & CO. THE GROCERS. '
i the terminus of the road. pine apples, etc. ,
4' prlnl the Gramling Bakery. I f
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from doctor an
bill than a larger one .. I1 .
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\ druggist. .IIei11 i i11r1 t1 r 1 f"' III
\, (LUSIA COUNTY'S VALUATION,,, and that of H)05) the present year, I millage is more on account oft .

J. D. Carmichael is 4.395,842.:!. This valuation exceeds Jenuing's administration loweringthe :fS
4 any before the freezes. State millage last year, presumably T|TTf TTfTlTT|TTT1TTT1| If TIJ fTf I If n|T.f 1|FTf I If I If 1 I|Ilf
Phone No. 64, .. The Increase Over 1904 Assessment t t
The taxes collected for 1904 were to help his candidacy for the U.

Nearly $600, or to be Exact as follows: S. Senate.Property. Mateo

..... $573,200.6 State....................................:$15 ,yO14 in Florida is assessed at an Cigars. .
.. County................................. 44G29 on about one-third of its real value,
Upon examination of Tax Assessor school districts....... 5914.50\
Xpfcial : : hence, it is seen that the real valueof
J1tJ Sin .. Sam Wilson's books it is found that. Grand total.......................$4 G3aU; ::!; 04- the total of the is
property county
: Curiosity is Not Always a ( .. the property valuation of Volusia" i Taxes to be collected on the 1905; .over 13,000,01(> Have Made f

: .. county has increased over that ol f! assessments:: as follows: The increase in assessments of

e 1 1904 nearly (G(>M,1OUO, or to Le exact.. I State.........-.J...........................|2ti37303Couutv ; the turpentine and lumber lauds, t 4
It will to investigate : 5732006. This is indeed a healthy'. .. ............................ ;51213.09Spvial which were formerly assessed: at
; pay you from 25 to 50 cents per acre, cuts a A Reputation of
sicliool districts.iU:):t.96
[ and shows that JcountY'B
. increase :l
, of : Grand total.......................fBtG':.!'G.10 big figure in the total increased:
the prices and quality our prosperity is not exceededby I assessment, and the Broward admin:
The State tax, it will be seen\ increases -
istration has increased. the
, that of any county in the State assessment -
, GROCERIES' ', : The total assessed valuation, of the this year out of all proportion of railroad properties of the Their Own.The
county for 1U04 was .;:,o.JU,10/'_)_'). "J.JU.)j to the county The State! 'pouutv.DeLand Record. .

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We can save you considerable .

success o the San :Mateo Cigar is one of :

3 / $ $ $ $ $ $ $ ? i the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast ..

/ .. since the freeze

Our Greatest Specialty

S. ,,, CARROLL, i Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the penin

sula of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce, and wrap-
truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth
/ is to tell ,
The North Beach st. Grocer. : ( ped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East Coast plantations,

II .. about the goods we sell. ,o the cigar industry of the. world has never produced better goods..

Telephone No. 19. For sale by all tin leading hotels and clubs:; and by: the Union

111111111111 1 We Permit No Misrepresentation. Jews Company on every train entering Florida.

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...N111/1e111.1 N11111N11- .N-..-.NeNINN... We have no second hand goods, we buy none but thoroughly twenty sizes, styles and grades to select from.

i 7 reliable goods, goods that will stand the wear, and sell them for
aCi Bond Lumber Company j I FOR SALE BY ALL DEALt RS.M.alllactssr.d .
r less than inferior goods can be had for elsewhere. Our stock is br

w' MANDFACTLKKKS: OP 4. larger and finer than all others combined. iAN HATLO
x m- PINE AND CYPRESS LUlYl.LH- IIC'"' : Two Big Stores for Showrooms. l4'Befch} 1(.I. i. t, 1 i 11'J _Au

....Lath, hingles, Flooring, Ceiling. Brick, Lime Cte9\! : The Only Exclusive Furniture House in the City.
office aud Yards: Kset: H T. McCLELLAN
4 and 'Cement In Stock. Ha1l't\&Y and orange Avruua1Q1L19Bond ,

I Ooaet Line **.. **cotta!!south of Jackllonvtle.! : ORNAMENTAL WOOD WORKER.Window .
Mill. of the F. E.C. HY Furniture
Brunch Co.
Kalamazoo,on Banford I Daytona and Door Frames, any kind or style. Window and Door Screens.
R. Jo MALBY, Manager. :
r Phone 83 Mantels, Cabinet work, Etc. Colonial Columns, Porch Columns Newels and Balustrades -
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.NN11 for stair or porch work, Brackets, Scroll Sawing,
.....11oe _
House Block
a;= -- -- -- Opera New Machine and SKilled Help.Am .

"'-_' -. V. BRAC BY aiA Ul'nOL8TER iUFAC'rLRt.t ;'R and of HIGH GRADE B. Z. Snowden Manager fixed for buaiu i is8. Will call for your order. a

Moss and Fiber Mattresses I Shop on North Ridgewood, Kingston, phone 123.

ttn Second Hand Furniture and s"J Old. Furniture Mad as Good aeXe< I Satisfaction Guaranteed.
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l Hi r.; E. FITZGERALD, Editor
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C. >>.Braurari i,JB. Prttideat J. D.0.MOBBI, Vic president
if __.- 1'.E. FJ yaeat.rD, 8ecr Ury end Treasurer

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: Entered at the Poatoffice at Daytona Florida, as Second Clasa Matter.

+. Subscription 1.50 Per Year in Advance. All answers must be in not

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1905. 'gi y J y 4

Li y later than Nov. 1st 1905. '

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Heard and Seen on the Peninsula Large Number Plead Guilty Before :..

Thins Opposite Daytona of Interestto the Criminal Court of Record at The Contest doses on that date and the winners will Our little girl friends who are entered in' .

Our Readers. I DeLand, Last Week. be announced just as soon as the judges can decide Reasons Why Contest should remember that they .

The latest news from Narragan- 'he Criminal Court of Recordonvened whose Ten Reasons Why are the best: the privilege of consulting with their parents-so:. fuI

Mtt Pier is that Mrs E. L. Porter is Tuesday last week and

regaining strength and health. after a busy term adjourned Friday IF YOU ARE A LITTLE GIRL 14 YEARS Mamma and Papa help you. If you have not entail

Mr. and Mrs. McGriff, who latel morning. Judge Stewart presided.

sold their hotel The Gables, at Daf- County! Solicitor Perkins was reach OR UNDER AND HAVE NOT yet you will surely want to when you see the pries; .

y tona, and bave been occupying t t" with a liig.lninch of information am* ENTEREDour window. Besides it's not hard for anybody

Kissimmee on the beach, l left( til-} Clerk Hri,.,trl l aud Sheriff TMIWI STORE .
week for Miami, where they w i were ready to wait m tlin (s mi! give ten or a hundred reasons why Buck's Rmgg .

peud the winter. Mr. anil Mi The i juiv vvav.; r i ill f..i i II.| .

' :McGriff have many friends in thi week and the docket sounded and AT ONCE. <# 05 ,# < *$ < are the best in the world. That's why we sell them;l

vicinity who greatly regret their de .'a ts set for Ilia!. Tile f"Bo\tiul' '.

parture. i\\cvt-r, ii'.vnul lip| In lliei cbargt.:

5t Mr. and Mrs. Ed! Cordis and! Mr (uinsl llit-iii :l1l.II'It'adt'tllolliItJ:( : Let us show you the great When you call you wipSuck's s t

and Mrs Parker )JUft Sprinpfiehl> L'ftnl EuliMiks, ill> ully StlIini } Range. It will help what a lot of other.zrJ'
Mase., for Seabreeze, this week, and I / ,i iskey, $50 and cost.U you figure out the 10 Rea T HE GRUBERMOMSHARDWARE things( we have for you fee .

their homes are now being put i in L. Koohersierger, same offense,
z sons why it is the best. 11 ""' It makes no
and ,
readiness for them. MOO cost. *
It will be a good chance for n
! M. L. Drake and family moved 1 Chas. Williams, same offense, S& ; whether you are buying
,: bag and baggage Monday and Tues sentence suspended! on payment of: you to come in and get acquainted "SI.IC ti.o' I COMPANY .INC. not-we'll be glad to sceyo*

day and r'" are now domiciled in their ast8. and show you our stock .

new home at Holly Hill. Joe Robinson, larceny, (6 months

:Miss Delores Harding, who has Jim Palmer, vagrancy, $20 and --- -- L-. 4-
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Joe Williams breaking and entering
L during the summer, has extended LEGAL NOTICED ,=

.;) her trip to Keyser, \YYVa. and! will five years in the pen. -

probably not return before the holi- John Clements, illegal sale of An Interesting Budget News From bout Nov. 1, The Gazette-News WillMove Made by the Gazette-News Which is A Large Party of Members of the. (First pub. Sept. au; IIiK pub NO.111ADMINISTRATOR'S .'

.s davs. whiskey, $75 and costs. the Hustling! Village to the Into Rooms in the New Determined to Largely IncreaseIts Minneapolis Auto Club Will{ !

Will Cozart, concealed MOnCl'Ot'ICE f } '
,3 The street committee of Seabreeze weapons South. List. Visit the Races.
Shanks Building. i
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has recently had certain i obstructive ninety days. diatrfbuEeesttbolaunter tbataltUe41i8 :;.1:
Mrs V C. Savage left Saturday and alt petfav
The Ga/ette-Ne\vs The Gaette-Xe\V3 is determined The race meet on the Ormoud- bating claims or d -.,.
John and Jim Sykes the having outgrown gau
fences to sidewalks removed and trespass tbl Estate
for Palm Beach to join Mr J Savage ajaluot of the tale Frits Ue r
;w thereby improved.1 the street and adjoining former ninety days, the !latter sent- and their sn, Walter, who havt r its. present quaiterson; XoithBeach to increase its subscription )list by Daytona beach during the coming und"r..lth man arll rpqulrtxl wit bin to pren 111'0earI!ni tie |irca! : toae% ';;

ence suspended upon payment of street, will, on or about Nov. &<:rerilllwwlrt'11 names, and to do it winter will no doubt exceed) everything date brl tJf. MAKII L1bLttriprrAdmtalsrrtt 1;
,. property. teen there for Home+ time of its kind In the +ltd .ci
, coat. 1, remove I to the floor of the is: making a remarkable offer. past lbaattttttfi
Miss Edith of Car- upper
Miss Bessie Wheeler I is in !PlantCity I lJo(

: .. bondale, Pa., niece of Mrs. Wetherby, Sam Brown larceny, 6 months. where she will teach this 1 new Shanks buiUing/ on South i To every peisoii not at I j. 'e.ellt:: a I. meet ever held has aroused so much Ormond, Florida,Hepttmbtr the lrmu.u'
interest as the one to be held on the'! [
will spend the winter here. Willis Coleman aggravated assault Beach street, where it will have 1 leader of the Gazette-News who will .1 :
season.!: shining sands of the world famous -i-
Mr.Hartshorn and family returned 60 days. One of Mr Pondenville's houses larger and better quarters, muchneaier pay $ 150 for a year's subscriptiona : I Notice of Applioatioa'ior Phil '_ I
Jeff Bruden five the business 'tion .f the Florida beach The election of Asa Discharge, l'
i larceny pi r.> hamlaonie and
fr New York last Sunday is just about finished. County, Township Paine of Notice lit btreDj: given that ill JILoIik! :
i years in the penitentiary. htlfrt. Minneapolis, as president, atierdate, to wit: out ibeiiUdijof .
Hailrllad l lfaui
of I Floiida will be
x; C. A.. Ballough is one of the busi- Hon. 'P..1. Spark man's house is I Map has aroused the interest of the west- liuo or as boon tbereader&!lieu be
.i Ephriam Coleman plead guilty to The new rooms are being filled | gin'lI free. I ulll male my dual returotucicc[. '
,,'., est men in town since his return. progressing quite rapidly. I j jup bsolutely: motorists and the be Last Will and 1'nat6tnYat: 4If Bean
two charges, concealed weapons and I "xprt'>,ly fur this I paper. Theyi II ern Minneapolis Ktecb, del:"" .,i, to the County Jud|* <( _
He ban made several trips up the A large l party went up to the entertainment I This survey is a splendid compilation Automobile Club has decided Voluhla County Klorldn, and lid th4ti.
r aggravated: assault $125 and costs, will be large and inoir.y, well/ lighted+ to runa awe b:ftlloweU and approred and ltsata
Tomoka for stone to finish the Cordis in the new school houseat ; j of fa ts, figuiea and drawings special train of nine final dlKCbarge IM grauiwl me a* wet
or seven months with skylights and window in thtv composed cuioi- 0. M IUiGUii.Jr.lit'pt : -
", house and now has several masons Blake, Saturday evening, and and of WOII.'I! fill value. Counties Pullman : t, lilOo EIIeUI
II cars from the Flour f
nF Jl'UCASES.. weot; and will also have all/ mndein City to
employed in the construction. the report having a jolly good time. I and towns fully indexed and popu Daytona the -- -----.
during The ,
Robt. Green robbery of the I races
k imj.iovements, running water, 1-
His handsome orange grove also received per ]Liss Maud Milburn came home as eW-j!llalion of cachare given railroads ,First pub Sept 2; Itl t pllb. NOTNQTICEOFGARNISMU. 5.1
son, not guilty. tiir lights, lavatories, etc. j Minneapolis club! will also offer a
a share of his attention. usual Friday and spent Saturdayand I I plainly, shown and distances: between $2XjO( be
Sam / trophy to
Eady breaking and ] competed
entering The
looms, facing the select, |llll
x There was a small attendance at not Sunday with her parents. ; station iilio :shown; congresdi.t : annually on the Ormond-Daytona 111 Cirtnit: Court S V"'lIth lud't
guilty. will be occupied> by the law (IJlli"t'S> si lid Utreutt, iu and] tour Volut' Coui
the Bible Clasa Wednesday Rev: Mr Arnold came down Sun I ,id'1 outlineil+l, numbeied :
evening con
William Williams assault with cI ty. Hoi ida,
of T. f
Fil/gerald and Landis .\ -
: :Mr. Gillett's talk on "The Captivity Jay and held deviue service in the and I iiopulalion given. On the reverse
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intent to murder; two years. Fish. Back of these, at the head of f I The Grulier-Morris Haid- .
'' of the Jews," was.enjoyed by those W. J. Morgan concealed afternoon.Dr. side; i is a large scale map of (The F. E. C. Railway will replace ware Ounipaio. a corporatiou
s weapons:: H. K. Ihiltols> ; arrived l home the stairs, will be the <>iiniobing| ,! the Vnilwl Slates I inset maps of ti colored oigauizril and exintiurf -
:; present.A 1100 and cost. sail) job looms< of the (J)7Hte-Xews.: I workman on its Key unjt-r the Lana of
social given by Miss: Rush, Friday ; A nolli prosequi was entered in Wednesday, after a pleasant summer! Tlie ; elblatr I Alaska, Hawaii and the! I Philippines l ; \\\at extension with Italians three the Stale of Florida, :}
ronnis are large and, as \\ :
Ii of last week of Xorth. maps of Kuiope, Asia, Xoilh and Plaintiff,
evening was one the of hail died of whom have just been
cases Edgar Woodward, as -- .l brf-nf, will bt Wf'lIlight11and 1 VB..failles .
the society events of the week. The sault and battery, Will Peet, breaking Hunting for Moose. I ventilated. The South America, Africa, Australia landed at Key West. Hundreds+l LoVflehH, iVfeliileut -'
;. night was truly ideal and the sounds press loom and Cuba; jiopulalion of the United 1 more will be .I. G. Urouu, Chas: (H.
4 and entering. The case againstS. Carl H. Knappe, the genial manager I will be in a > (>;,:ir.lll> building, builtexpievdy Slates SulM and Colonies brought from New Buigojne, I h. harm,
of youthful laughter; rang "merry as B. Morris was nol pressed and a/ of The Clarendon the (fitthis, by ; population York by the Mallory Line steamers. ellU Balloiigliiui] J. \\'. '3
writing ; in the
a marriage bell," to the passersby f purpose of citi.'S having 10XJ, <) or ---- U ilk lIHIJII, Gariiishtf. 1
new case started.Information : Gaa-tte-Xevvs from Goihain, X. H.?: rear IIf[ the, main huildiIJ>i;!, ou1h{' ************
inhabitants *
: ill''ire ; t'onsl\t'l'llis of the ************# To .J/tUlt'1I LotflfMj, IVfcnJuiit, J"J A
Dickerson, traveling salesman had been filed under date of the Kith inst tells of[ j 11./ .
agains ( }ground .N. civil divisions of the wol'l.their/ I Brown Cliiw ll. Hurgoviw I'. M..araa1
and family, who have been at L. L. Purdom and Albert Turner, a hunting hip, and it is: to he Ilopedthat ;' The! ill nuke COTTAGES FOR RENT. } ChllH. BalluuLlh and J. W W'itlt x
new qiintuH H an 1 nii'ii. 1 jxipiilaiian, government, etc.chionolorical .;; R l liaruitthtwn>, And nil other wtn.
The Seaside Inn for some \weeks ate two white men, charging them witperjury. h Mr will J One six-room lwreoua .
Knappe meet .
I. vvilhjaucce&b 1 : ideal home for The ( iaelteNewsand / of the \voiId's house } est J:
;c- now. located in one of the Potter cottages The State was assisted by in his for 1 survey Yon are lit.ifL.v notitiwl 1 that the Gn-:
: :+ : quest big with bathroom
game j I with the 'idditioii) of the many history: since the discovery of f 4 furnishi lwr- JlJfI ill hardware Company/ stoic

1 on Grand view avenue. Mr. Craig Phillips, of /Hillsboroughcounty He aaya: "Have j just ictuned from a hundicda of[ |"jundn uf[ new 1'now t'I'|''% AmeiicaTh *J (ponition orgain/fd and Diluting uudtf

Dickerson has taken the cottage for and the d andante were hunting t dip I I at the State LineL'luL'gCalli i j tIlt'a and } the Law i if the hair of Florida, haul '
loco I on ) new ma< hinciy ++> map must be seen to be lI-1 } Also one four-roomed } tbe''itlday:! of April instituted euit ii- .
a to !
year, looking a permanent represented by Lanclia & Fish. '..
.q Upon got two spike> borne'
p. : to be added at once, will' make it I ftswUIU|>Hlt, Svht-telll .JIUIlt'H) I..u't'b s.
tion.Mr. motion of councilor defendants, bucks, tlit'lotedlile only. two gears'I II' tIle I pn.da..1. liHinemlier one goes fire I 4 cottage, furnished or made dffftidaitt, and nlimeiu a writ II
: Brooks of the Electric Ligh t after / most complete newspaper and' I to every new paid in advance! yearly! unfurnsihed. jlll II thUl..llt jS.-.II..J oa J. (i. BrOVI .'
lengthy legal
arguments, it 1old were much larger than any wei! job plant in \'IllIsial.ountv. Mibsciiber. I I #? '!'lllaK. (Ii. l'iirgouu>, |IJ. McLaren,Cbu.
: To
Company of Atlanta, Ga., has been rtormations were q asked and the get in the South Saw a Lig brush piesenl subscriber s italluugh au.l J. W WilLuiHOU. _
in Seabreeze and neighboring towns defendants discharged. More interest i Tlie' lends of this paper and! all I vvhi are in aneaiages and will pay Both New. Th.it a BUiuinoiiH ad reHpoodfOdDB.vvns .
horned buck but couldn't
get a good } d.i"I'l'wllo.J.! U 'Inrut-r SbpnS Ii.lultiul'oUlJtJ -
for some time and is reported to was probably manifested in those shot at it as there was: too much i jtouiists visiting ]Daxtona) sue cog to date ami Sue vear JH advance one THOMAS WETHFRFLL, $ V<. "'JtlIIl,1J1J' the 27th da1 -

have made aome'trJ 'successful two cases than others that : dial h' invited to I call and inspect: the of the\ map: will be given Or ifl i! !I J Holly Hill, )Fla.1 jj of Aped\ \\, A. It liu! :>, and was on tJi 15
in the .
any came undergrowth way. you want a without the lJb- + : <5Hi day of May \ \U. 1!MJJ, rrtnniii
and make themselves map :
deals. In company with Colonels before the court "Fml iStiiiUt and 1 together with plant at home i Bcriptionou can purchase one for i ;. f'...................... that tin delruJaut.lnutry' l..ott>lH<8 ca>b.,;: ,

Post and Perry he did stunts The at all timer! ((1.3 I 'all Gazette-News'!' not bf found in for Stair of! Florida. :'
some case again t Sylvester Bet two or three wore start tomorrow for cents. at lilt i dud you air fin her notiht-d that tilt',
in surf fishing on the Potter pier. nett, charging breaking and entering Munsunger I Lake, in Northern Mainein otfit'e anil see it. STEWART M. D. said .1 anifs 1.0.I,-.!! and all otter pa*
e Six large bass Physician and Surgeon hOW! illt..r..tw1. ai1 !tlt'n..IJrt'quind 1 tIlJlllt'ur
were before and the
case against Mahala hunt. Our will
a be
mouse ;
camp Work i is Progressing.TheM. : Social aueuilon to Dl..oa.e" o< the { jmd! 01' dt-miir in said suit! on
Bennett resisting an officer, were loc-ated thirty miles northwest of I, The tjjbldg Opens. I EYE EAR THROAT and NOS ur In-fore! the nril Mondav m IlitrinbffiliiO"i :
Now is the time for skeptical tourists contiuued for tha AugUhlme Kecuid, says: E. A 1 h.. being the 4th day in said
term. Patten, which is as far as the rail The vvomlerfully neat: and co.yibles I Office and residence: Paliut-ito avrnueI1 month, olnMniM default will beeuterw
,K to come and see what we can do The case against Katie Brown, road goes. Fiom there we go into "Ceilain I papeib'lown' the Kait. : Coajthave : ) has opened itsd>wrs for the Irhl door north of Catholic Church. against jou.Attorneisfor. .
in the of 1| made t'ltivlI.i th Telephone: lh-3 LUDHI.t l111H,
l a t wiglll
way piscatorial sport. vagrancy, was ateo continued. the woods with a pair of horses and I !| : season of )lOu/j!) / -l! under the able Uiiei --- ---- --- T E FI1'W1B&LD,

The Ladies' Sewing Circle met at !. C. P. Luud, c arged with the illegal l buckboaid. Am with a party of old 'lead people) think that the Florid .lion of Mr. ami His.: S. H. Moseley C. C. BOHANNON the (iruber.Morria Hard-

Mrs. J. F. Martins last week sale of dome tic wine of his own hunters and am promised a slwt at Coat Lill (':11I:11 tutd'1'rauslwu'taliut| 1 late of the Stanley House. Physician and Surgeon. ware Coinpanj.. -

Among the visitors were Mesdames i manufacture; thisycase was takenunder a bull moube." Company had suspeniled+ operations' s The/ Gables is one of the neatest Oltue {)\t-I' thf 1UI..1 I'harntru'v Ht'adl I --- -- ---

Wells, Wetherby, Buckland, Gillett I I advisement b X the court, who cm their j canal s) lt.Ul. Such is byno I and most comfortable of Dajtona'shosUliieti i I etrtt, iHY'io.M, I'l.oKnu I !Notice to Property Owner

7 and Miss Courtwright. One I held that it was illegal to sell home New and Changed Advertisements.The means the case The two diedging ) l '1'.1..1lmlot'0.. 74 I Heoluilnii pad Oct. 9d. I
new manufactured wines'ih and under the milnage- I -- -- --- -.- Mocrd U> Ala <'IttiL. -.IIII..d. by AliklJUllUllllul
member dry county; machines on the Matanzas and' Smlili, fie losiruefj:
was received, Mrs. Daven decision willjbe rendered at the next following new and changedadieitisements 1 !neat of!f rr. and Mis. Moseley will I J.E. M. D. I W....lIfy Itll!) pruf Minor-rtlt.,.W.to uubiotllfllJIIi,
port. The members in attendancewere term of count Halifax divide :UIH making i good progiess Rawlings, and mow KIUWIU, I>UMI M haul a :I6.u.
t appear in the adver- I hold! the high standard of excellence ; fl1..!!! all 1..1" h ing lull., h.n.wmg4rbo! :
.1 Mesdames Godsmark '}' The j for the ; as a mutter: of fact: they are I I Between Braehrrrl i *
: etd. jury term
\ ( i isiug columns of this issue of the i it has enjoyed in the past. Ils, 'Office over Giles Drux Store ditch treat (hf Sort I'It. I.UK-OUlHMl
:k'' Bernard, Johnson, Mrs. J. F. and 11 : K. B. Osteen, H. P. Thompson, only four miles apart at the pitbenttime. 1 After North t'analal'o frnui Kacto titH.Ur."tJ ., to
lhzl!tte-\ews: looms are all neatly! furnished : September 10. Intoortb CW"souili
'L.E. arrtxmey el rl"tu-.f-v.a'
Don :Martin and Miss lilakeslie. The E. G. Blake, E. N. Mawa \Vnll Co ..... huge 1 :According the statement I.a (\' to Nxllrurw axeiiuc al-o fromwettoacenue BrI1Ftkw p.-
and .tlmIorlaIJIi air'of 'PIlO
Lindbcrg, Charles A. Miller and an \ E 39. lo Flr'Ir.l: from
M. .
circle has made a steady growth M lSwlthSThowna!:' .. .. ... .Pogo of :Superintendent ileasou one ma | 1It'UUIulh: lo :tuuth'itYU"ulaW all.
Owen William Johnson, G. W The Oubles-M. H. Mo-l..\, Prop: Page hoaifiiehs pervades the entiie mute lu be donwltbln singes aw*
since its inception and the 11 Tedder Bert = 3chine alone advanced two thousand i from dull:vf llilnull- r an4 if hot roY *
prospectis Rodgers, A. J. Goodson house lu ions H. "
,|: s|>A> dining Tall 1'r' SEEUE A. M M. D. I ttltbCitywillruiurreutaluancer
A bright for a large increase c f j Columbus 1IcKenzie. feel in solid work dining August:: t' | ealae. C' UsMlfHOut : I
Fishing: was never better in the i lUfoJl'tal.I( )' seats about IYtlltyfivt'gllf'8l.s : 7, I''i.-U Msr '
membership this winter. making an excavation 8 feet deep I 1! : Physician and Surgeon.Uttil'1 I
river and ocean than at the present:: | and is excellently Arranged !> .
We understand that the new Congregational Charged With Arson. time. ) of Iziak Walton and CO feet wide. At the piesenti'i Th'4 House ; and I ERALD i
*r Disciples ar ftrate Stanley will be cum : it-Bulem-e 1'27: So. Ridgcwood.Office { T. E. FITZGATTORNEY _
jB x church at Seabieeze i is An information has been filed i in having glorious: spoil all along the of progiess the cut should be .darted as a rooming, house in1I H9 a. ID., 1 toltll08: p. ui. I I

to be in condition completed next spring.i I Telephone, 85.I : 1 AT LAW
: > put for Dr. Marsh] the Criminal Court charging Edward line, ; I! connection with The Gahlea and l !

4 .< to hold services within a week or Clinton and his son, Buck with its fine UKIIUS ,a'oooceeoeeeoeeeeeei440! DAY I O\A. FLURIUAo '
-- ------ oveilooking( tl +iat 0 ]

w two. Even now, in its crude states Clinton with arson alleging that ...+..+ >..+........................*................+ river will prove valuable ad-lition. I I DR. BRUSH Associated with
% it shows off the beautiful plan gottenup they set fire to the Goodrich } '
louse Holh hou-es hue been o
in i
put : .1 LAM"Sl : Ii
by the good taste of Mr. Gove at Oak Hill, which was burned to .. apple pie order amt everything ( 0 HOMEOPATHIC l ( DrLnnd Floes: 1

and Miss Helena Beekman. the ground several weeks ago. Sher- : Edw. G. HarrisPHOTOGRAPHER : ha3lJr..n done for the possible lHYHJ'I.:1; t'tanjniuKiydtitlale, te
to the i t'onVf'III :-511t'1'ial{ l laclnurs fur ,
Owing weather .
fall I
lovely iff Turner states that the Clintons : : I Ii ience and comfort of guests. i' 0 Chronic Di! .-ark s! a Specialty.j : Ulher m AIUO.NI hlo.k PboJJt'
Mr Kochersperger has been abler to have skipped, and he duce not 0 e --
I ----- --
keep several of his beach cottages know where to look for them I : .-\. to.art, Eg Bh
i DR.
rented and : I George H. Bennett, arrive from j | E. R,. BRUSH :
applications are being Governor Broward has offered
a re- Bridgeport, ('01111., last Friday andj J i STEWART & BLY,
made for' the winter. ward of $200 for the apprehension *V T I' is }! 0. DENTIST.: j
Peck Block'Phone tt getting everything in readiness to I) *
The birds have 91
mocking un- and conviction of the persons whop I the : o I LAWYKKS,
usually muaical this fall and keep fire to this h.ouse.-DeLand Z I! open Colounadeb+ soon. Jacob jJ!t No. 6u Third Acr rue, oo c
Gimlich. Mr.( Bennett 1
father-in-law f11D.tYtO
-x op a.dailY.mornt ng concert. S ew8. : It[ Opposite Public School. S Office m bauk BuildupBi I DrLA,D. :
4 \ ...... ..t..t..t..t.....t...ti..o..aJ ...++++4 Tuesday. I it.t.t.t.IDIOIlllaJt.o. anch office orer Poatvffi 1

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"';; Full line of the National Biscuit ( F. W.'Maley was a visitor to Pa? Attorney Bert Fish was in Day- I Dainty cakes for dainty lunches *CalI and:gee uroutgfathi.Some: Judge.B,F Ibach and'fcifa i amy.. :

iocal, Happenings. '1 Co.'s goods at the Gramling Bakery. vitka. several days this week. \ tona several days this week. at.the Gramling Bakery. very handsome pieces and all, new: eI frOm Moravia NeTrroii, Thura- --

: .................... Call at the Gaz taM A % l1Tr.* v patterns. Clark's !Jewel! store.. dapghand: will ai'usual spend'w
tte-New8 office and J.,A. Erickson, of DeLand, spent Lee McCrory and Sheriff r Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Goodall ..

; Our fall showing of cnt-glass i is see the Florida map we are giving several days in Daytona the past Turner were in Daytona Thursda/ :I and E. M. Goodall arrived Wednesday W. D.'Hughes prominent' com" n r-nere.W.B ..

-: Unet1y, entirely and emphatically away. week. f andare. occupying the Goodall mission merchant from Miami : .....Chittenden. wife and son
v 0. A. Hitch has accepted a \ '
'w... 'A'minute, of seeing. is worth 'Beautify pogtioa gpa&n at Daytona Beach. enjoying the ocean breeze. at Merrill arrived from St.Eoais- ; ,.
yards with Nasturtiums. T.LTaylo"rofOrlean N. Y., is as salesman in J. A. ,Hendricks'store.
,hour of talk. Hankine place Wednesday and Tnursda Thursday and are si home in ilieRidgew
L H. ROWE & Co. the druggist, sells the again greeting his Daytona friends.He Rev. Francis N. Dowlin, of Potts- eeitflesIdence

seed. arrived Wednesday. Fred Stones is home from a visit town, Pa:, will preach in the Metho- 0. !I. Williams and wife of Fou r .

Louis Cowan has dist Church Sunday, Oct. 22d Mr. lain City, Ind., are stopping at The tMiss J.E:, Carney, oftb..Wo-
and Mrs. F. B. Penor spent taken a positionas Notice:-You can' get dry pine with his farther, Rev. Wm. Stones, .
night Dowlin has been appointed to preach I l Cedars for a short time. They expect raaa's Exchange will be in Daytona
m utday of last week at Palatka. baggageman at the F. E. and oak wood at 113 North Beach I at Palatka.
OJepqt. I here the balance of the Conferenceyear to remain during the winter, as about Nov. 1. Ladies wishing- to.

jEigant rooms and fine table board *. Street. Phon 37. 2l-6m( tDr. J. H. Pierson, Dentist, Peck in lieu of Rev. Troxel. both are very favorably impressedwith .join the Exchange may address her-

alT.be Myrtle, on Myrtle avenue./ Dr. Edith R.: Brush has been the J. A. Douglass and family are occupying Block,opposite South Bridge, 'Phone : Last Saturday Mrs. S. H. Moseley. Daytona. care of Box 95. -

Beautify yards with Nasturtiums, guest last reek of Palatka friends during the their new home recently ,JQ8-S-T Residence 39-3 r. received a telegram announcing the __u_ ___ __,

n1jns, the druggist, sells bt completed on South Palmetto stree/ Mrs. Fred Maley arrived home death of her brother, Fred Haefle .----------m-----,

Benford Deacon has moved from, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gill arrived from Grand Rapids, Mich., Wednesday which occurred in Chicago the day YourJudgement
I An Appeal to
eco rid avenue to the Conrad from mght. Mr. Maley met her at Haefle's death
Mrs. W. Maxwell Hankins leaves cottage Coney Island, X. Y., Mon previous. Mr. was .
; on Ivy Lane and JConviiie.Mrs. caused kick from vicious *
night are occupying their Ridge- by a a .
f today f ir a visit with her parents atm -, .
rt4 H. Z. Snowden, manager of the wood house F.V.. Hankins returned -tioree. Why should you roast alive ..

Day Furniture Co., visited Titusvillejast Home talent will present a drama Thursday evening after a fou/ Mr. and Mrs. William McGriff departed p.. when by having a Dangler -

/ fhe Circuit Court of Volusia week.. about the first of next month at the months visit with relatives in Jaik- Wednesday night for Miami ; ,. Gasoline Stove or Range fn
will convene at DeLand
pounty thptilth I <3eo. H. Bennett, who will conduct Opera House. The play will he entitled sonville and Bartow. f where they expect to make their. future your kitchen you can keep
of next month. I home. Mr. and Mrs. McGriff .... -.,.- t,.. cool, save time, trouble and
The Colonnades "Rio Grande and is said
I time coming season Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Brown I are
: The early tourists have corn menve .arja/ed Friday night. be first class. expected! the third of next month, have been residents of Daytona for a I expense. They make cooking

:toarrrive and many strange faces number of and they leave a I so easy that you double your
The docket of the Criminal Court Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gill arrivedMonday when they will, again occupy U year --h.
can be seen on the streets daily. !lost: ; of friends who regret their summer enjoyment.
& held at DeLind last week was the evening from Coney Island winter home on Ridgewood. .
Mr. and Mra. George H. Matthews New York and departure.A :: : THEDANGLER
heaviest i ;or several terms past. are occupying their Experts are at work installing 1 ,
returned from great little girls have 4 ,
Saturday evening an home on Ridgewood. many
Miss Pearl new machinery in the electric light the Kleen, Kool Kitchen King. ,
extended visit with their children Spaulding is:: home taken advantage of the liberal offer t .z-..,. ,
: tiino lahoma. from New tandon, Conn., where she *\V. H. Freeman, of Daytona, plant and when completed Daytonawill now being made by the Gruber- Buy one and you will always -

!has been spending the summer.Mr 'leaves today for a carload of fine have the finest electric light Morris Hardware Company, particulars : ,, use them.

; Ueo. E Herring, of Jacksonville, Jersey milch cows. Any wantingcows plant of any city of its size in Flor
of which be in their
and Mrs. Watts, of First avenue may soen
4. .ae L. & N's genial and efficient will do well to wait until he ida.
left for. Jacksonville Sunday, ad. on another page. Here is an :
-4FlridAp&s1nger agent waa aj Day- returns in ten days. R. S. Maley. :
f ;* toc.k yiit9UeSday. here they will reside in the future. : 0. H. Payne lied at Daytona opportunity for three little girls to

: Mamie Matthews, a colored dame 'Rt'al"h. Tuesday Inornilig. Mr. Paynewas win a Buck Junior range an ice
Mrs. J. S. arrived
Blymyer from .
: : JTWeltch, route, agent of the was !before the Mayor's: Court TuesJ formerly a resident of Ohio and cream freezer or a pair of gold plated 216 S. BEACH ST.COAVPORT .

Southern Express Company, waajjj Chattanooga, Tenn, Tuesday evejiing day morning and contributed :$;.i I came to this section about tlnee shears. Every little girl who _
and has the .
looking after the company's interests PalmettoLavenueA opened Blymyerhouse and costs on the charge of disorderly years ago. The immediate cause of has not already registered should do -'- .

?- at thia place Tuesday. on I conil net.Mr. death was heart trouble. so at once. vvvV... ... VVVyv. ....y yyy..t

_; competent stenographer who I I\ : ---- -----,-- CORDIALITY CUISINE
The livery stable and Masonicball JJ

l, owned by O. 14. Dohn, at New owns typewriter, desires a position I I
\\01I1111ik' room in uptown office. THE MONEY YOU THROW AWAY
RroyrKa; wjisde tt'.vied by fire 1'Yiuight I
Ail.lress Box :Seabreeze; Fla. 212Xciaiule GABLESNOW
da t.f last week.rs. '

1 Smith, of New York City. OPEN.
p r II, S. laky and children/ was the guest the fore Dart ot the in speculations, no matter how attractive they appear, would be better i

''who have been spending the sui/- wetk of his parents. Mr. and MisGeo. AI invested in real property, which stays where it's put. Think it over i S. H. MOSELEY, Proprietor.

mer at,fli>>hlrtnds! N. (.'., iHurnl lytona and then let us talk it over. Your interest is our interest as you'll find
F. Smith of
Hiilgewood: avenue.
{ last Sat m day. -.- .- -----. when you see: us.No. : Situated on Volusia avenue, Rates on Application. A
*T\vo automobiles and a Westinghouse : : near the Halifax River. Table board a specialty
i We neglected to slatelas-t week 1 furnished and brand
engine with direct connected : 190 A five room house: completely :: new.

speaking of the new wagon for Lot 122x242: running from street to street, Valley to Pine, near Central i ->
-: dynamo! L'5 i*) lights for sale. Alonzo T/ | STANLEY HOUSE run in connection as a rooming house
Mill's Transfer Co., that it was I II biiilge and Seabieeze avenue. One of the best bargains yet offered, price
White, garage, Palmetto, near Bay.tfMis. 4 *************************************************;** ;_
the pioduct of tht* Fountain ('itWagoj'nks 2.000.

'-if whuh 0. A. F.jvpropiiftor. I- Win Wickiugaad daughters, _i.5_ -P:1p ; No. 174.1 room house on lot 121x410! South Beach street next to
Bertha and returned from ___ _
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I Agnes L corner Belleview. Price $:!,lOO( I
. Pittaford N. Y last wl.t"l't'i
week No. 154. Lot 50x200 the of Fairview and Daytona street
*Visit the eiectiic light pant ail Iwve been the -r near corner FURNITURE, RUGS AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS AT THE
they spending sum-
south side Fairview avenue. PrTce 750.
see the finest baths iu the South > I

;. The Buclion il lrftlge i Tnmoka. mer.'ixks Ludwig, who is attending ) THOMAS New Low Price Furniture Store.

1owned by the East Coast Canal1w and*' SMITH &
Stetson University at DeLand spent III .... ....
tation which has I
,Transput Company last Sunday in this city with his =-- !II O'CSOC
New Real Estate Fire Life and Accident Insurance. ; g $
4- been working at Smyrnauor parents, Mr. and Mrs. George H. _. z U V ) FY prw
several weeks w.llbe taken to t tlhI FLORIDA. ,. IW91o. CSOc
{ L.. I PETERS BLOCK DAYTONA -. wu iii i g 0r )_
-q I I & Ii vi ti r.
< II I II P .c::
I head of the.Ilalifa shortly.
very ) .
.. ( arrived '0 :: ) IIwt-Y-1I !3 6' goo
Geo. II. Foote and family
t, 0Igfy:: J. H. Parkinson anVclHldre1 hat week and have taken possessionof and Mra. A. Benedict arrived I H. Cole spent several days in Work commenced this week on "".. UJ iLW.1U <.(IIIcr.m.; 8.

.: left Highlands, N. C., with a part' residence the Monday night and are occupyingtheir Jacksonville this week. -' 0 'I CT7i >' < -
handsome (
their on the MaFaddeu building on South X ..c: < cs
; of Daytonians enroute home, bin home on South Ridgewood. Stafford( I rn I t'1 sl.:
g corner of Hidgewcod and YolusiaXeville A. Dale and family, of Beach street. When completed the C I JiktriAr1I. 0< 0..11IO
h: .
: .
t!"- remained over at Atlanta for adaya. f itue--- n'L. Lynch and family arrived shire, England, are guests of J hl11 lower floor will be occupied by Mr. IJ) 0 q .ts 110...0 S ;,..... .:.

fl V Major Parkinson will meet home :Monday evening after a pleasant Bratt and family on Palmetto avenue. :! McFadden with a stock of shells o'"' +_0 Ii:!: .III "0 <
| H. Clark, eve-sight I .... -I. (' .
1\Ib: them in Jackhonville today and re- f W i: 00 ,, -
with them. iali&t, office over fl.nk's jewe ) summer spent at Exeter, New Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Odum went up and curios. The Halifax Journal OOLU QJ r.J; HI-1' .;::j < 0S"":: .

turn store, a thorough examination of \r o I to Jacksonville jesterday afternoon will occupy the upper floor, it is un QJol-:: P5 g:

ttention is called to the announcement of President Roose derstood.. a-QJ: :: pap o w :::: ;-
eyes with modern instruments. C A. Kenney, late of the Kennice to get a glimpse s-' PIP-i _

of. The Gables which appears. Consultation free. Call at Clark's hotel at Daytona Beach, has leased velt. ./I Irs. G. B. Seaman arrived borne
column. This popular I CLARK & KINCAID
in another
} Jewelry store. the Daytona House at this: place for \ Rev. and Mrs. Dana Sherill, / this week from Milwaukee Wis.,, ,
hotel is under the management !
- of'Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Moeeley, why 'Captain- Ben McCoy returned from the, ,.,roming, season. : red from Hoopeston, IlL, Thursday where she has Just been before spending the the On North Canal, Beach Street.DAYToNA .

and are occupying their Ruige- summer. leaving -
for have conductedStanley the f New York Saturday night. He \will L Mr.[ and Mrs. Theodore Sengsteck _
many years
wood house. Badger State, \r"S. Seaman saw i
... House and built up ten- at once make the necessary repairs are again occupying their home on thepeninuIa snow fall, which is a great 'ontrastto

viable reputations as hotel on the "Uncle Sam" and get hernn having arrived Monday. Miami is to have a new and mb 1- !!.!\! !!, -
managers. I the...balnmy weather of Florida. .
commission i for the winter season.\ During the summer Mr. and Mrs. ern theatre, with a seating capacity"of

, The Daytona Institute Mobf will 25th,n at- mdi B baths at the electric lig Sengsteck have been touring Europe. 750.) W. W. Prout ia the man, /J. r Fulgham has purchased i i NOVELTY WORKS.'P; :

open Wednesday who will make this improvement ftir the grocery business of J. R. Cole al

162 Fairyiew avenue with Miss Eva plant. Afofniahed cottage, 12 rooms Miami. I Kingston, assuming control on th .
E. DILLINOHAM, Proprietor
M. Stewartsin charge. Miss Stewart II. W. IJunklee one of the Gazette-. with bath and toilet has eight bed ICth inst. Mr. Fulgham will add .

will meet pupils to arrange for their News' valued readers, who is the I rooms, suitable: for boarding house, tLargest stock of books i/ ever drygoods and other lines, carrying r FIRST S'tIiEET. NEAR FREIGHT DEPOT

etudiea, Monday and Tuesday, October proprietor of a summer hotel l at located directly on the, beach at Sea shown in Daytona, includin ; child 1- a general stock of merchandise. H<.: ENLARGEDXI; NEWLY.. KQUH'PED FOR PLANING, SAWING. RE. .
dren'a books in linen girls HAWIXU( 'ITP. EI() WORK OF ALL KINDS, WINDOW AND DOOR :
boys a
i; 23rd and 24th, from 9 to 12 a I'igeon Cove, Mass., has arrived at breeze. Rent 400( per season. ; will have as chief clerk C. E. ,
books also the latest fiction ( FKMFS: !S\SH: DOORS. STORE FRONTS, COU TERS. CA8I -
m., at the above place. Hawks Park, where he vonducta a, Also several smaller ones with baths, popula Pellicer. Mr. Fulgham is experienced I IXET WORK, BRACKETS. COLONIAL COLUMNS with Plain -

it! JLJetwiler was in Daytona hotel during the winter season. toilets, etc. H. L, Kovhersperger, at Clark's: book store. in his business having conducted ,. orrannJCapilots.! We Make the BEST MOULDINGIwayw :

fi: ; TuewJaywith, his yacht Lucifer. Big Boston Lettuce, Cabbagt:! breeze Mrs. Jas. II. Johnson am \ sons a general merchandise ston. \ Bright anJ Smooth, Kitbtr Pine or CYPI\8d. :

. Claude and J. Howard at Espanola, Fla., for the sever' t No Advance in Prices although material ha gone up from 40 to
.' Accompanying him were Mrs. Dctwiler and Cauliflower plants for sale b\f[ C. E. Johnston, proprietor of the were kong past .
We Screen Louie and
J.!! bO per ceut. your guarantee the fit
Mrs. Kuilder, of Coronado J. W. Ball & Son, vest end Seeo1avenue. I :, silver tipped livery will receive his the returning winter residents \ I eight years, and will no doubt 1. IJ.'r!,,! !.>,!. '! !I11!!!.'! .&&SAS SS&/( $( . ,. . .,!. .
Patillo and nesday e\eniug. Mr. Johnson remains -tor 1' .. with merited success in hi;
k ;: Beach, and Mrs. A. T. 20-0// stock from his Hendersonville N.
I -- -- -- -
in the north few weeks '.
. :A'":t- daughter, of Oaleen.: Mr. Iktwiler Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holdefi ofNew I C., stables probably today. Mr. a I enterprise. Something you have not. had before in Daytona is a stock of nice Gas
longer straightening out business -
reports that ducks are very plentiful I Johnston has done a nice summer
York Tuesay'sarrivals. I
: were among ,. Fixtures. We have them. fixtures
ffairs. at the Orand Atlantic. and Electric : Fifty to select from, also
in his and that fish are Hendersonville and tml Improvements
if vicinity They have rented of business at ;

:: oje line of Shades shown here.
._ biting better than uaual.:: U. J. Malby's cottages for the wi tel' now give his entire attention to his.JJajtoua 'President Roosevelt, the great and The ever popular Grand Atlantic the prettieht eyer

Ball, night edmtorof the Mr.( and Mrs Holden brought.. establishment. only "Teddy," is doing Jacksonville will undergo some extensive repairs None of my electric work has ever failed to pass inspection and Dvn@

with them. today and Floridian are busy shak- before its opening which will occur has ever had to be changed.
LIeI' car
waV Ham touring '
acksonville Times-Union, a t\ Ideal fountain pensat
c ing hands ith his excellency. Most about Dt'('. 1. New water tanks will Work absolutely guaranteed to Underwriters
3: pleasant Gazette-News caller Mon-y I of the Con- Clarks stationary store. pass inspection.
cThe adies's: Circle
of the people of Daytona will shake be erected connected with a new-

/. _day. Mr. Ball had been making a !Vegational Church will serve a sup- Com. H. C. Roome and wife and hands at long range, although a I system of pipe New and enlarged J. R. LA SHA
;- down the East Coast and was .
trip per from five to eight p. m., Com. F. D. Hughes and wife, ofNew number left on the morning train quarters for help will be provided ,

t on his return. He paid Daytona ai. October 20, at their Social Hall. York are stopping a few daysat for Jacksonville. and the house painted inside and

flattering compliment in stating to friends. Supper Electrician 221 J Beach Street.
$ dome and bring your Schmidt's Villa. Both gentlemen out. ,
( Jesse Jones colored be-
:: tbft. writer that it was the handsomest Cieaui and cake 15 (''ta was up
33 ('t5. have automobiles here and are enjoying The Grand! Atlantic is one of the
the -- ----
fore yesterday morningfor
: and one of the most progressive -! Com. mayor' bpi located of hotels and ----. --
roads. >
fine Daytona's
arrived from Daytona's
Miss Eva Stewart has abusing his better half. Jesse

towns in;, Florida. Evaustou. 111., and will take up the Roams owns the fine yacht Roamer, I caught a fine and a wholesome:: lecture will be more attractive this season I I I I G. S. FARLEE.

<' Hbit '\\ ater? Call at conducting which is now at :Miami and Com audpioiuised than ever before.
work of Miss Cross in I from his honor, the mayor, Painting, Decorating Paperhanging.

the electric light plant.. the Dajtona Institute. J. F. Stew- Hughes owns the yacht Amarillad, I that in the future he would I .
District Conference i New Wall the and handsomest line of wall
Miami and Kp worth 1905 Paper, largest paper -
who is prominent also at contine his of his wife |
a punishment
Edward M. Walker, treasurer of, ait her I I II League Convention. I samples ever shown in Daytona) Imported and domestic goods

', the Florida Coast Line Canal anti mil estate dealer of Evanston ex- I| fCall on us and let us show you to a mild tongue lashing.Otto The Jacksonville District Conference from f c to $;">.1(IH) per roll. 3UOO new designs to select from. Interior

1.t- Transportation: Company, died 'fLmei & I pet:ts to be here about the 15th of t lour i line of blank books, day books, I W. Buthe, a workman at the and Epworth League Convention --' I decorating a specialty. Northern mechanics employed. _

: day October 3rd, at his home ia I next month, when the family Fair-will I journals, cash books, cash books '; Daytona) Novelty Works met withan will meet irilhe M. E. Church, :I __ Office and Shop, 32 Myrtle l _Avenue., :_ DAYTONA, FLORIDA.=- n__

,Springfield; ; Mass., after an illness occupy their winter home on 'I and ledgers from 150 to &
of several view avenue. at Clark's stationary store. I that place yesterday morning. While
extending over a period I 24-27. A large delegation will be __ -
';,' weeks. Mr. Walker has numerous cake at the working 011 a plainer his left hand Water Fitting. Steam Fitting
*01d-fashioned pound t visitor to in attendance. addressesand
t V. Yuillaume, .Jr., was a I II !I ,,,wvvv .
xi :.friends and acquaintances in this last week was caught and two fingers were discourses II I
Gramling Bakery. / Jacksonville several days on timely subjectswill
.?:: State who will be grieved to learn of I Mr. Vuillaume has resigned his position trimmed off as neatly as could be be given each day. The conference If you want sanitary plumb

i : ia his successor This is the season of thp 'year done with a surgeon's knife. The 2\ ing, call on
_ ,, As yet mustAe( freight cashier at the local will commence at 3 p. m.
paid as
canines :
when taxes on wounded hand dressed and the
t 11a8 not been elected.Twentyfive and expects to leave was i Tuesday. After that day the hoursof
freight depot
_J,! Dog owners who have no/ already shortly for Cuba where he will unfortunate victim is getting along : service will be: Mornings. 9 ; : V. C. GRANT.
to arrest very
the license tax are opin well could be
paid as expected.
"" as
i business o'clock, afternoons 2 o'clock. Evening -
the real estate
:j, Dollars Reward and fine, and the lives of their engage in 1
>1'Ji. in MarslLl I Zuber with his father. "Vic, as he is fThe Hub Restaurant has G nice mass:: meetings at o'clock.. ) Plumber..
l will for the arrest and ('onT pets are Meals all hours. music conducted Prof.
"" _. pay shortly t gather popularly known has peen a life- sleeping rooms. at Special by / -
"" iction of the who killed the willI1I1Iw.we very Will Dec. 1. Blinn of Jacksonville. To all the Box 25
pereon the dogs which ar\ not, long resident of Daytona and his open Engage your : I -- Seabreeze Avenue,

- -|lHee palmetto trees in front of mycage together with tags and numerous friends will regret his departure. rooms for the season now.17 North meetings throughout the day the p M I Daytona Beach Florida. .
on Second avenue. supplied proper Beach street. public are cordially invited. ,
patch them to dog heaven.
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: 'Stilinga City Bakery ......... .......,....... A Talc of a Tib. ........................................... ... .... 'DAYTONA' .TRANS] C -'" :'-N.; .:-;.:.;.{

Low TLIon tII Such.DA1 The two pretty Amertcin girls had .
Is the where will find -- .' -
place you :net two delightful Euglk&meo on the (t EJOHNSTON, Proprietor. -- .'1 .-'<--
DAu .
L P. .
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? Fresh Buna,..Rolls, Doughnuts and way across and had given A I'orJial -

Cake of aU kinds. -ot. 1 i 56 I 30 .cL.. 18 3 5.) 4 M I Invitation warmly seconded by tlivir : Rubber Tire Carriages' Fine Horses Careful : .
2 a. .2O 1>> 4311 n mother to Sir Charles and hla,friend .n ti,,"trJ". ._-"
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'1 Angel Food, Pound Cake and a 43$ 61S 5D 120 to visit them at their country home. > '
.. .. We are well equipped for!"Straw Rit1eHTh"! finest ,
; 4 tom 1114 21 630 :to SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS turnonta la tk'*
ilacaroons a specialty. I' ) Jill 13H 8:15: One. day a message came saying the : "
: .. 'Boaea meet aU trains and bike :
.. 33 110 ".. tJ IHII .. :s two men would arrive that afternoon. passenger to any part ol the&*:
11\1\ :{ 922 Yt g" IO2 .
.. t. The thrown Into fever of i vwySTEAMSHIPS. : Trunk delivered Stables '* .
'rNew .. 43 1uu ZJI) :. 1112 i family was a prom tJy. opposite Pub1iet ":

Harness ", 1*9104A1111' U I. 11 6i .". 2:111 It 10 I 12-n I excitement, and many plans of enter Largest and mont thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the .-:. .',
.. II JIIi ". .It iii' I .2 I talnment for their guests were suggested S count. S Telephone 27 '
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U 1235: 12G7 t9 J 41Y, :! I and abandoned. It was finally : NO OVERCROWDING. : :
I and }:it' I 10 1C :t 14S13Y' :
14 145 110 1001 3 $! 4U that us Englishmen are notoriously 1m t t
.. 16t167U fond of a "tu and their : per on the e snipe as no ticket will lie Hold to t!icw! >d :
fefe A .F. Chandler .. 1T 16! a 24 19 I"3M111gb gu st"ere coming directly from the S the number of berths, or the seating capacity of Dining Hall, thus injuring .

train they should first be Invited to I all passengers individual service and attention. : .
having bought out J. A. Ericknon & Co., Udell hours before or&tterlow tld4 take a bath. After that the hostess : PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY. $ :

4; ean be found on Cottage atpnue, back of .......................... would rely on the inspiration of the' (See Schedule of ship in Florida Times-Union.) I
: : Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL I through the : : Is
arrived p.4
The men promptlyand '
All kinds of young I S FAMOUS( "SEA I ISLANDS SS
after some demurring were hurried -I Through tickets sold to all Northern points. For full Information : '

Harness and Leather Goods 10 DOZEN off to the bathroom. In about an : regarding attractions: offered by no other line; diagram, renovation.*. ',z' I .
hour they emerged and went Imme- S tickets, etc., apply to SA. (
1: Harnei Mud Shoes mad and repaired.Gallon 1
I diatly to their hostess saying. "We are : 214 Weet! Bay Street :
ua when wanting anything In.. sorry to leave so soon. but we only W PYE, Agent, Jacksonville Florida.: : T

our lin.. came to make a call, and our train
: Geo. H. Clark, Local Agent, Daytona, Fla. :

ALL WORK GUARANTEED. $7,50JUC leases' In fifteen minutes." Lippin- .................................IISSSSIIIIISSS5 *3

(ott 5. .

N. ERICKSON Rice Eater and Wheat E...,.. j

Some writer once: classified the population t Low Colonists Rates -

of the world Into two groupthe *- I

Cabinet Maker and rice filters and the wheat eaters.

; I I goes With meat.rice goes Chemical fish and analysis with show wheat* VIA L. & N. R. R. : 4 ;'d1br ;

WoodWorker that each of these combinations! forma

Daytona Pressing:' and II a perfect diet embracing all the uceaT o California.the West and Northwest 4'C431 e.g101 4i4'

Door and Window Scrmu, Future Cleaning Establishment. sar.v food elements. But while) the

., Mouldings made to order. All kinds of:r wheat aud meat diet requires an (OlabI .. to SAN FRANCISCO, LOSXtEI.EB.! II.Jj41111l1I.other. Cuiiforiiiu $
TnrnituM Impairing done on short notm> "ad slId Clt"nt"Ictl" -, c.I..t\I/.I. d4- >-1 I orate and expensive preparation to I $44,70SGI,60 I 0 I points; SITU tv VHiiwim COLOKUKJ) ARIZONA, andV Yi-
at rtaffenable pricta. t d and ih-ii. also .t/1'.nukiulC., I make it ready fur use, the rK-o and lIsn liVilltl4.

%fl8h! diet is theap and biuiple. It u eI'n i iI -
i-- Cottage Avenn, Day tuna. Fla. BENJAMIN: DE LYONS. i no slaughter houses mills or < to PORTLAND: ORCdON'( TAf'OMA, SB'I"l'LE'ASHlXf:- -33S
I 6 TON, and othtr () and UritiehColumbia. Tri-Weekly
poiiila \ViteLiugtoii. Sailings
I many : I\'gou
4(17 Hftit St., U"'tlIIIFI") I with dozens of other udJuDl.tlu | -

__u -- _-- torles. Kith aud rice cau be cac-1 BETWEENJACKSONVILLE
Portland Exposition I!i for food by the simplest processes 1; | to inaiiv points in and NEW
Oregon Dr. Williams'Indian YORK
Ointment will cure Biiud: In fifteen minutes after they are ;j $48,90 8 9 0 UTAH aIld; U'YQM INC. ;. 1
Bleeding and tubing: brought to the pot. Aud so the rke | Calling at CbarW-ston., S. c., both w'Wl!:. .
l Piles. It kbsorts the tumors THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE
able to live on a few pennies !|I
eaters are
P iaUis tb( Itchlng &t onae.: acts
_as a poultice Kite... Sustant, re- a day and jet thrive and become big to BILLIN(5S(; MONTANA au.l iutt-nneditte: points ou the The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

t lief.ment Dr.I*piepared Williams-Indian for Piles Pile and OIBI-Itctk- and populous natlous Kansas: City I I $45,90 5 9 0 Noithcrii Padlh and Burlington KuutE.. Iirct Serviif BetweenJACKSONVILLE. -

SAN FRANCISCO ot the private Every box 1warraLte&
CAL. parts. Journal. I|I
By druggists. by mail on receipt I II I l.illt"rull'top.O\"t'r privileges. Ticket will bf bold daily up to and Iiuiiidiiietolwr BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
; : Los ANGELES CAL. of price. U cent and *1.0o. WILLIAMS : I! O 31. HOi. ; AND' ALL, EASTERN POINTS.talliiig .
IUUfACIUIII; CO.. Prop&. Cleveiabd. Qbi. I For People of Thirty. i at Charleston Both \\ ays.

DENVER COLO. For wile\ by L4e Rue ll ', "If you reach the age of thirty with- SEMI-WEEKLY SAILIMJS.

': out huvlug bad any serious illness jouI L. & N. Best Route. West and Northwest Southbound . . . . . . . From L Wis' Wharf, Batlot S

T- Epworth League Convention J uJ. 5-9 I i will be likely to live till seventy or I II I Northbound . : . . . . from foot Catherine street, JacMofiVillt:

DENVER COLO. I'more.." said a pbjaiclan. "AH the olJ j For full particular call on or mite, I
SrAlboard Air Line I
folk 1 know reached thirty without au) I I

rf- 0 A. R. Encampment: September, ,I alarming maladies scoied agaiust them GEO. E. HERRING, Florida Pass. Agt. CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LLNK.

"From thirty on all you need do is to | !
: Between Jacksonville and
...FuR... : Sanford
be careful to observe a few simple j 206 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla,
:: VERT [lOW ROUND TRIP RATESVIA I rules of Lt" ltb. I should that thes* ; STOl'l'IXG i AT P.\J \'fK.'fOH: ,' :ST. FRANCIS, BERESFORD, (DiLulI).
Savannah Columbia Richmond I say --- --- .
I -- --- -- --- ; anJ Iuttiu wliat'! Landings on ST JOHNS RIVER
rules are simple and good: (

-4 Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh I! "Eat fruit at breakfast and at lunch i Steamer of
"City Jacksonville"are
Washington, Baltimore Philadelphia : Nn.I Florida East Coast

and New York.. . . I "Avoid pastry muffins, hot bid Ull \ Railway.Local aj'\ ointto .ail us f..llo\\oI: 1A'IL\t' Ja ki-tiiivillf :Nuudajs, Tnesdajn and

1. Illinois Central R. R I U buttered toast. I II 'lliiu iluji! ai ;'J.-'l'i p. in f.tuilliu lt-a\e ;tSitiil'oiil: M'liiJajeVeJne nJajut .
"Eut only onoe a day
TWO jtotatoes ; alill Ii I.ht.' It !*:.3<) a. Iii.
TRAINS DAILY: I I "Walk at least four miles lu the opec Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept. 7 IMS. I .
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SEABOARD EXPRESS ,'i. air dally. 'I s..uth.BuundSCtlEOULE Read LipAUt r

CHOICE OF ROUTES. and i, "l.'o not drink tea or coffee. SOUIH.IOUlo-IUU UOWN. NORIH-BOUNO-REAO in'o. i l ;3 :tIll I' III .............................JW.I; ..II\'I1\\.. ............................ AI rHIt 20UaDb

: i I I "Take a daily bath and wash tuewith -. -- -- i .. 1 4.::* p III ...............................1'alsitku.................. ............ Leave 800pm
Two Trains Daily Atlanta to St. SE.fUOAUD MAIL I'I fait uarui water before retiring 'j ji 9O1N.' .. fI'A'I'IU> So. 7No.' 98Dalll .. :\ OU a in ................................. Actor.-.. 3 20 p m

Louis, in connection with W. & A. ttltttModern i "Sleep eight hours." -- 1'hiladdphlii I' "I : i.fly. _lmIij I II -l.'iOaiii,............................M. 1'ittiicitf............................ .. 200pm

? R. IL. The only Through morning Bulletlu. I -1110 I' 9.1) a LY "............ .J..k..bYII1" ............. Ar- -'1I1U--- II & Ii w j ...................... Uelesfold.(.UelaUnJj....... ......... 100pmArnve .
Pullman I I i OU1i V45ft' ..._.......:iu. oIachun\lI\I'... .......... Lv' G4p I' II U Ii 8.'id: a IhI.-!) ........................Saiifuid........................... D 30 a BII" -
Sleeping Car, Atlanta! to St. Louis. \ Braa Pie. a 15 1065...1' It ......_... .l Augusuie ........ .. .... 5oO I' 740.. I 1 U.lJC) a Ul ...........................Euteririt.r................................ 1000; ) am,
For full information dates of sale Equipment G 6S HlI.: _.._...........I1sUaj/ .. .... ..........._ 4 61 649 aii3
- .. Alfonso, klug of Aragou attend !i .l.HII'_ _.64I a I" ............... a.i. I.iaika.:.... ......... .. 45_ $. 6 II a GENEPAL PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE 122\ESFEAYST. JACKSONVILLE
rates tickets and descriptive circulars by several of his courtiers calW ou a 0\ 7 95 I' 1l: UpLr ..._..............I'.ll\tllll.-.. ........-......... L. 4 10 1'1 6 UU & I
Address, Only' Line operating daily through i;. of his S t p 11 4I a1Lv .................... 1aiai.._. .... Ar 1\ uUp. 6 5. A C --- -- --- -- -- .
sleepers from Jacksonvilleto Jeweler to iuspect some wares "0 5-40p: UupAr ....."............I;.... JlI..tt-v.: ..,:..:.:.::.:.:..:.... .v'2IuI.'" -.. .. F.M.lKON.MUNriEK..lB.. AH't. i..lI. Pat-I' Agt l:i WwtBaj St. Jatfcsonfille.Fla!
g F D. MILLEH No soouer had he left the shop thauthe I ............._ ,. I
Trav. 10 .
Pass. At., I I C I IIIrJ AlLY Sat Mate ... .... Ari_ /I :IiI'_ 1 6U aq \\'. Ii. ('UOPKR.JK., Frt. C. 1'.
:::::::: :: Agt. LOVELLSnpL
New Orleans. proprietor came ruuuiug after him 1up : 3J J1 LY ....._......... )\8..g& ... _.......... Lv 9 :.T I' I 55ta ,... 1!
: 17 Prior St., > ATLANTA, GA. i i and that he had been rob I' IIlIa }.I i1 i ... ........_......." II1II1I1tI\\ .....". ........... .. :3 44 a. 19 4 Ii Foot Hogan M., Jarkxiuville, Ha.a.C.HAIEIt'fY. .
complained II HI I'_ ai: i.I ..............".....IIUllvll\.. ................ .. :I 37 1' I 5 :2' Ii "C : (ini'l' 31-1 n Pa"f.. AMI., New Yotk.Jr .
"tt" bed of a diamuud of greatalue.. The 01 II U I' l1: )J" ......_ ....... uf/uvnd ........ J 10 I' 4 :.II II ., < 1-YUK MILNE, <;..,..ml IVmht AIlt-nt New York.
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leturued to the and oidejed I 0. 8 6j L. 1 91! __.........lIa\.11&.................... .. 3 1.011 l' 'H.. ,.. : THEO. fl. EGER **
t For full information and sWj-r rwrvatums king shop VIIi.l 161 P ..."_........I..rt Ora.ge................. .. lI 1'1 4 6 a ., WH P. CL'III & CO.,
with bran lito. Ill ........ ....... .. ( u..rai M
S H. Gave call Seal.oai.i '| a large vessel filled to t %2 2 15 I.Ar .ew Snayri.a" ._ 2 ;10 I'I 4 35 a I abager. Ueutral Agents
on ::=
any brought and placed 011 the counter .C 111:11: aThiiAr ..._.........LakeBd..II............=...... Lv 1:145: p, e Iii p ., CLfM-lirouxb Building 19 :Stat::; St.. New Yoik
I agent, or write = 1039:1: 66 II ......... .. Urllll City ._........ 1 97 J., 661 II I
each of his ..
AECHITBCT. Buu> B CONTKACTOU. He they commanded: court ....._. ..
I IZ' AND A. 0. MftcDOXXELL : 4 UO II .On.thglC1tyJuIactI..n.. .. .. .. 12 flip Ii t5 II u
0 Evidence and office, northeast eorner ct I lers to mscrt his baud dvr*(>j and then L $> 36 I' 4 f pL .... ..........cwt1uiyru& .......:....:.:.::... :2 2u )., 4Ua n
AuMBtaut General I'tuiar-ugir! : Ayrut.; withdraw It open lie wua the fh-st to r- II (Si J.. !I1I.. ...._....___...Ok HilL........ ......... LVI'! I 64 I', :t/I!: a : SOUTHERN KAILWAY.Two
:t Ridgewood and Yoluaia awnuea. 8. C. BOYIJSTON J It. .' lie ;li.. ;t au p Ar ... ............... TIl"'ill ........ .,. ..... .. I 1 15.. S W aLTibtiUAii .
Pawwiijie .o\lt'Jlt! begm. und after all hud had their Inn C == ...._.._......._ cr. 1
00 & ( 8'ILr"r i Phone 89. Daytona Flo i Ida JACKSONVILLE, FLOKIUA. he lu.kt"tLl'! Jeweler to empty the yes o .. IU 00 IL LY ...... ..........._ &1.f..rJ _......_........... Ar. OUa 0 '
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tel! on the counter. By this means the 10 !I". :S tij; LY.. ..._......... TItai1ld .............. .. -Hi 1 HiJI"'iIii: & ----- --- ----- --
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t diairoud wa-i rt"\.o\t'n-J and iiobodjwas I... 11221) 41Jp' ._............... K.MYcOye....._........... .. 3Zui.: "I 215a Trains Daily to W Washington&York
............................................ I, dl.'i rtH'.J. c\1 II 63.. 'tS II .. __._......tal1 U&I1ie.................. U 11 5t h 1 H a .-i
: U 1l! 0& a 4 64 .". ....___ ....... M..I"urLII........._........ 1. II'' a, 1 3t &. .
12 Gl" :5 : 11' ......"._....... tHL."til'lI ....,"...,.".... \11j Ii J, f4 a ".Nitt' YlIl k and Florida EIJlrp"a lljJgllJlI and Fiunda Limited" '
New Blacksmith i i Thr I', "my HlupuitotBUiB boo 1 59 a 6 29 I. ..._..........8l Luile_....._....._.. .. 111 1! II !l1JO Ii )
Shop I 1 63.. GUll'. ............-....'urt Plrrct: ................. 10 16 II :5 IIll ; ---
J One uf the animals least known to .C II 7 Ol .. ....,......_ 'Ibhals ..._ ......... is II :to a1, II 32 II tII.s. lu- u.t >o .*i No.ll
: And Fountain the outldt.'ol'ld is the pygmy hippopotamus :2 :lJ a 7 I II .. ...-............... t.iuti:; ..................... .. G .. 11 lit III' Washingtolt I' S. \I | W A I-.. :I .T"Chafllnooga Ciuciiiuutl FloridaUtIdIIW
City Wagon Works. I S I 17 i II __ J..L'I..n. ...._..__. S :ll a.1l IS t\J I 1 j
of wt"st Africa. It i I.; JU l .. .. rll'I hMm 0.i __ __ ___and CJlluto_ _. Lliultd.
) 2 :I 5 II 7:18: I' _........._....... 8t..r' ......... ........ 1111".11 1.04
The undersigned has opened a Blacksmith Shop Orange what its name implies! a pygmy 1.11'1"1 I S 011 IL 7 ill II .. _.._......_ HM,., IjHUI/lJ ........... .. II n 1111 U :UI I'I' 'oQ,. I.\' j'UMoiiuI.V I .. i j i I'm; i .*'(> f.V 1'a I'JIIU . 4 2p
on ...... .. SIugusuu.I I ; :ill/i I b liii l.\ ! ,. M 3 :2' a lilt It. .W""L Juplt.rr .............. Ii 114 a lu h .
avenue between putaiuus It is much smaller than tL C "jj ._..... ..... .. p ).v Jut'ksoinlllc : :; yiuI ; 'nip !.\ JucknulitltlcArt'liHHHiiixjgH. '7 8p -
Ridgewood avenue and the the IJt. II 61 Ii West Palm buch. ...... 1 to a, U .... ,
railroad.near Bond 1 I common hlpitopotainus. being uo larger .91 a 9 111 I' .. __........_.,.Ylit.U .................. .. 7:111: Ii: 9" 111 II .. .Ar U M liluyloii! I M 4:.u I 1 ;Dip ItmiAr I Ir 43
Lumber Co., where the best class of work in this line will be done. than fair sized It 4 UIl1: M II .... _.....-.. .....I"lraJ ._ .................. 7 10 II ti" Oil -\--S"IYvrk-- --- -- I .4 -1.Puilda tt ','.t C'lu>.ii.ij,.ll, I) {j J tap
I I mi ordinary or hog a.i :IT a 10/1: P ._.......F..rt Lau.I.rdale.. ........... 6 Ii a' It U .. !SO.X4"s"IYOl'k: Ar Clilrsgo. III | 1. _lM__
L Everything new and first-class and the :: differs somexi hat frow the common ::: .54ia1tJitJp .... ..................... 11fthl. ..................... .. Sl1Iit II U6 II...1 t'LtiI)'. a.j F J.JI\lI'.b" %
very best .S 61t a' III t11' .....HaHatuiaIe.................. 5 5 a, 'llit I No. \;-"-'I lie t lii Ida Liiulicd: Imily.No. .
;. of work guaranteed. Give hippo in the character of Its teeth and :2 fI 2t a, 11 1.01 II .. ................ Ltru"li City............... .. Ii >t.. 'ltl: p .OQ I I I No. ?Ii -"l be Wa-liliiglun and Hondn I.-: -"'! he HoiiUt. I.ii.id," dully,also
me a call. : ., instead of spending its time in the"rh CQ a :is a lilip Ar .._......_..._.......11I1..11.1......_.............. Lv !. .. .! ;'IJ II II I LiuiileU. Imllv. > lias lDrouihr'ulijjaiiSJtfi..ijgCar! loAUaouiBUiiiiijgbaui
-- I: u' ._ _-. _.___ __ : Mtriiipliiaitiia KaniflsDty.
; : 1 ers and lakes in large herds it wander* No ;u _
GEO. A. FOYE Proprietor. i about turuiiu-h the Jungles singly or In Daily La.: ", HfltS.S1E.U: loX} Jo.: "un Daily..:... ,i To A.Lville aud CiutiuuatiL I S'igla'liiilu: ------ -1- 0AiLeu ---'- -----s; .-

after of Sun. .'!I un. I I --- -- uitd I MgbtNoiiu
the swine -
palis luiuh manner -- Augu
: C. WINNINGHAM, MANAGER. In search of mast. bOO a ............. ...:............... :\11..11I1 ................... A& -. .= -a ; oIII I.\\--I.!OII II)AuKu.tIIie luliU .....-. .-.. I i !sip'11' .I _ - j Tr a
................. : 30 a._............ Ar ..................HuIU..bt.-.J.................. Lv .. 1 ,0 I-p 1.JI"k_"I1\Uh: ""II. I.v 1'UMoim' T 3lip-
... ............................... -.-.---- .... -I- -- i Ar ;hL.\llh, I .44k LSI Augualli.eLv I blup
Health Mvu1iIIly.A -- ---- Ar iiutbi..rin:; I J..d.bUl1\lIIc 7i.pUOip
I I Yo.l7 I I LV S"\ba..liL. .
large healthy normal mind will Nu.23Nu.2t' u.lf D.IIy No. 18 ,... ..oSO', I CllJctU/JIHi- .- -----__. _. _9_IllU___ ;i. Ar blllclHUlc! ... 4 IB*.
. : see the good lu another much mon : Suit.Ouly. Suii. 11..illye 1(. M4VPOKT UKCtl Vall) i '-UOI. I V 1l, j :' Lv hlh.k\ille .. j I t l.4
Ouly1U1UU uul, -1'ully l'ullIJIIIllulu'I\Jug'UuullIlilid ,
f H Sun.B Alken 5 j.
; W.....+...M......+Mf.+.......+*++.++++...++.+++. : quickly than the evil but a narrow. be. ;i iHttlaig i iiUUO - : : _ i.- I iiiinuii t utt"l Slw Ibiti1ib.lii." "I'ar'lU JJ1CIlMoU\lUo j to .(. tbAr AUIUSla_ ._ ..i I I G : $
uln4 Las fur fault ; L .. ... ; I== LuuUofllic8liy - ----- =-=- ::: ':=
an eye only 1 i> VU .JarkllfJOflJltl Ar 45 a li: : TO CALIFORNIA for the unlovely and the crooked 'll.tr 2 lilli' )u la u "Pp a 2. a Ar.. .So J..k./.r. II.I.FHtilii Lv.. fl4..Ii'Ll1.I & !-Ap _. ----- --- -- ----- :\o do-....Vi atiliigtun: auu6J t'ivl'id.J.JlPlt-
I I 40 I lu 60 M 6 in \I'' B S* a bttutl ... 7 O.i It 11 ru a 4 :illJ _..._...... ,n fUllUlbU bJt-i'J.tnl! lil JI1 CIIAP p RAUS I clear the beautiful the true and t1.. II i 2.iplOa'a: : Clip 904 aVJJ .". Atthtt1.5.-aet.I ., ".. ltAiaU4lat4S. )> .. .... ExeeJent Dining Car IService BlmkMile anti hluckMllc lo \tkO &nd .
and the NORTHWEST magnanimous are too large for its: ;i .sUiJplIiUa 7 uu ".I a. ........ :tt"y\IVu ...... .. 6 4it11ua: tlll: pRN1NSIUK .. .... I I Augusta.
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I vlsiou. it delights in tearing down or i i iiestroyiug -- -- -- -- ----- --:: =:- = II I Fo--Sleepi gCRe5er .1
but it is incapable of I Maps,.Foldand Information

; building London Answers.The I __ I APPLY Tu. -

:. i : The Nashville Chattanoooa Ii. St. Louis i ; Ready Repartee. Close: Cvuauttuu M.d it Mi.ml' with Stc asbip ii! the V. & U. S. S. Company; For I Ic J. LUSK, Dist. Pass. Agt. t l

I ; $44 7(1( SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGLES, DE) rr.1 i ; This book" began the agent xvto. HAVANA AND KEY WEST. ; !10S_West Bay St j4.kson>Ule, FU .. .
: had pushed lila way into the uthce."luu't : -- --- - -
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3 : I I U PRESCOTT and SALT I I S. M. tlardwick ;
LAKE CITY. want Itt"! snapped the busj' -- --- --- i. P'l\aIuihgIunDI I : I\\ tLaIoehIk, LllJjtoDD.C

I merchant "I wish I knew some stir! ILUM Time Tables bvlll the ilmoe &i .hl<-h trains: mil) be eiprclrd to arrive at and depait Brooks 11orgl1n.ljP. \. Atlanta lia -
' ; ; 04 Q Qn HELENA, BUTTE ANACONBA, iiissom! [ : from ttie several: BtutiubB, bul tiirlr arrival vf Jc 'arture at llic linna ttalcd lo in-t gu.iraiiteeJnot J
to kwp fellow out of here""TLi -
way you -- -
u tLU t'ompaii tu Lt! buid respciDaiDlc lor any delays or any cointrtiui'Lieg ai ismg tin etruiu \
; ; 0r UIU U and INTERMEDIATE. : book tells you. Buy on ."--Philadelphia I <
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; 7, i : t i: 5 I I fl PORTLAND, SEATTLE,, TOCO.MA! .\ Ledger. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARl or Other Information I'! If you are going to NEW YORK BOSTON AND THE EAST.

- -- -I v COPi i luibltloui. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." TAKE THA':.

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-I- th* musically! ambitious youth, 11a.tLcan ) J. D. RAHNER Asst. Qen'l Pass. Agt.. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. ,
: is e:'tlr do anything with my yoke?" 'I
via Tifton, Maooii, AtlanOixie "Well. the cautious "tt -- ;
was reply
' 11 Route : I j
I:] Flyer Chattanooga, NatliMlle, may come in handy in case of fire." : ."


The Start of the Kowr.Dorothy ,
fAA DR. MO'Z"r'S
-Say, auntie, is teL'glon some j. W B> Bat M) B B ." '1 :
f All xLtf\ W XU VAAv Kl -"M>f.T J T f JPf
i ; TICKETS ON SALE SEPT. IS TO OCT. 31 INCLUSIVE thing to wear? Aunt Julia My dt.'ul"1 i H'i'he great iron and tonic pill 1 and restorative for uwu and women produces <
I why do you ask such foolish questions ; J'! !stivnttb arid \italiiv, builds up the s>steui aud reLews tile Luiiiial \ljlOlI', i :
; triugin health and Lal'Vint.lt. OUdostsiuabux: l-i/isilebvalliliuggi-i-! I J :
i. I Dorothy-'Cause pupa said you Uit'\t: iCTCD (KlliC or \\e will wail i t. st"ivly \\rapd| nn iecei.i| of price $| .00 per box, : Ocean .
E. WALKER, your tellgiou for a cloak. I UriLR. n ttUi.es lor $5.0O. !Jr. 51011's Cheujical Co., Clevelabd Oti -,. 1 Stuamchip Company i ;

:: 1J III Liatoua Lee Hua.-cll "=' J
Florida Passenger : Liy : / -
Agent, tn Open Qneitloa. i1 ft"J. .
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Jacksonville, Florid An advertiser asks "Has the mar I 1--' r' r' I ) J

grown or the flannel shirt shrunk" i
: .................................................. That depeudd upon which wf them wt The Dredge ff'- .... S ," ta, '"1" =

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c I II washed. MKLTOX I A ('C\\IKUO\ i'iipii..tura.! :{, .>

; ,I Men are the sport of cumstance > (Ircdiug dlJlI in titi-* Halifax..1'.'tn.ala awl all nwifui and dll\\ tIj\ fat.'t: eoalo .c., -'i.- ,.

a : when the circumstances: seem the sport Teriue H u:'uiiablf and 1 Satit-flLdi"u C;Ul1.I.ju.t..d. _

If You Love r- of men. Byron.MOTT'S Ad.I!i.-s tilt' 1'1.l/l'ri turl''iaJtuIJIi.l .Fla .-.-- '.--1- i
Your Wife i k: - .
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: DON'T ROAST J I . . . 4 . -.-... !
Safe and rellCLble ; .s
: they I Y _. = ..: __ ; i
overcome we&kness. In. ; __ : .> !
: By compelling her ,. crease vijor. banish I .::':; ;;L_- "" .w- .... ,-... ... ,,
to bake the family bread but buy it from the I No remedy equals pains.DR.MOTTSPENNYKOVAL I Daytona Ice Company, --..,. ---- ;;;. -.: }{
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Sold by Dru -!gist .uj Dr PILLS Mulls I 1 t r

! DAYTONA BAKERY II _ Chemical Co., CleteUud. OLio, : PUR'E ICEMade 4 Most 1'opnlar ninl I' ii'I: ,, : I '- 11'- Atlantic.I'r id81 f

For Ia1C by IA... K HS.-ilOcean t 11111I '\;1111I111.11 tll :\,.\\ 'iii l j It \10'hJ"\. \ ;: i

: It'. a saving of time, work and money. Fresh Bread de- | from Distilled Water. SAILINGS I I :-\it\ itiiiitii in IU.MI.U '.III.-t 1i; MUJ.dtl.IiIll LuHBarlti 't.t.FIIIIII
: Factory c-omer lallruad I awl Volusja .
;;. livered Daily to all parts of the city. Also Cakea, Pies and every | House . .A TublfHnii|>plii'i] nith all tliffifluucifti that tin* N'ltitlii-tu t 1I11! .ltl't.:ulI.ru j ,
liffuiil 'l'id..t"l'ulol iiinl Bag-jlflYfll.III'I.I..1I l.n'I lll" III/lilt
: other production of the modern up-to-date bake 1 tin
shop. ."
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F. W. SAMS, Proprietor. ---- Fur rate tif (un'. irrrrttttion uf rtatriuuiuh.... aH'b t.. ll-ftrt'1'1 ia l I 1105dtkt 1

i QUIGG & MILLER Props. ** A cnuc i, 1 Rates |2.00 per Day and Upward orders iu this office for Quick work. itgrnt udilirrt* f
:- Near Depot Special to B ular Boa.rJer@ Drop AV isI LKlLMlia:: ; .hnjrI'a-"' .\!!i K7 Hull :.yt .-!.n\"k''"a b'PU Ga. .!gt. 11

'iH NEW SMIRXA: : FLOBIDA We do the> rest \v. H PLEA A.\Ts>.. Vice Fitb ui.d Fier iZ.; lmh ft: :iw 1'ra


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