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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 28, 1905
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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01.. 17, No. 22 Poo Everywhere. Reaches All Gnus Daytona, Florida, Saturday, October 28, 1905. .Bal AdvertUijg Medium in Dayton* u4 VUloity Price-. 5 Cents i

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.t ANOTHER GOOD ROADS PROJECT steel piers will rest 1A..AiAAAAA" .." **,

!COUCH COVERS PORTIERS and I L I Ie Jacksonville and.-Miami to be Con- rock the road that from abounds:Miami on i ) VILLA. |i a 1

9 and the keys over I ?
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nected by One Continuous Driveway Daytona Florida.
will run will .
> IK Near Future. / attractive residence view in every direction and -

LACE CURTAINSIn Florida will command more at- point of the road It is only one mile:*
postcffice, churches and[ '
tention than ever when the proposed bridging; ; will he done
other hotel in town. Bath l
the very Latest Designs. extention: of the Florida East therefore will possibly!;; and all modern conven-
I Coast Railway, via the Florida keys, as the "dustless per day and upwards. Spec-J:
to Key West, will have been accom trip will be one of the in the city is located on? ;
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!ished. Henry M. Flagler intends most pleasant a :

NEW FURNITURE t make this extension and the invasion J Proprietor. '

; of Cuba the crowning effort ofnis HYACINTH PEST IN " " *.
life, and it will be another jewel ,

4' ; ARRIVING DAILY in the crown of the man who has Plants Soon I ,. . .
made Florida beautiful.If May 4
Mr. Flagler should live another Launches in the East '

.4 fifteen or twenty years, says the South of 4
THE & CO.
plNGHAM i/UUI Jacksonville Metropolis, there will The West Palm t '

be undoubtedly a net work of good week says: The Coast I
(Incorporated) roads on the Florida east coast, as and Transportation .

HEADERS IN FURNITUREFALL feeders to the ,railroad which he being confronted .

r built, he being'possessed of a faith which unless i Stone Cook-
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STOCK OF AI.L KINDS ARRIVING DAILY. greater than most men would have will be even more Meats
had in the barren waste stretching the Governor's vetoe .
;".,."......... ..........11........................... ,i from Jacksonville on the north to lowing them two years this ware are 4

-- -- Miami the south.
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Y- ; no hard or .
With far-seeing ability, Mr. Flag- waterway.Last .
ler made up his mind that the people Sunday impossible to e
. THIS STORE. of the North when became
they Thorne and George; W. .
wealthy enough to travel, would well known I 4
directs the attention of every mother in this town to the splendidassortment
want a comfortable place in whichto | were down at .
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of CHILDREN'S SHOES show at
we spend the winter mouths, whichare ,I launch and they
75c, $1.25, $1.35, $1.50 severe enough in the North and i !much-dreaded water .

', and $2.00. West even fur robust people, but an made its appearadce in l 0
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all-year-round residence in the North i is rapidly increasing. Company 8
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The built to ,
shapes are: especially
for the invalid is an illlpo iLility. i stated yesterday that

fit the growing feet awl the leathers: With fast and well-pquippd trains, I i be seen in small pat h .
119 N. Beach St.
and wearing qualities such as mightbe the New Yorker or the Bust luil1l; ,or I:from Little Hillsboro .
the Chicago man can he transported i and that some of the I ,
expected only in the highest
in a little over a day to one of the plant had assumed I
grader shoes We ask your patronage palatial hotels managed by the Flag- portions. It seems .
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M because we give special attention i ler hotel system, Florida, then, isl! Ratone there is an I
the nearest point to escape to and which have been '
the and of chil ( -
fitting
to care :
: find a mild ill mate. and home-like hyacinths for '
dren's feet. '.May we fit your little surrounding is the opinion of those

q one:, next time? Something is wanting, however, to know that some of I
and that someting is good road on have drifted out of the 1 STORE

the Florida east coast, and that is canal. :
The Globe
something the State of Florida will Mr. Thorne said it i : : --

surely give visitors and their: own ion that if some IfcV ,
CLOTHING' [[ SHOES AND GENTS' FPU ISIII GS i
: : .. people in the not distant future. Of nt'l'e110t taken to ; : i
,t.: 1'KCK A FOSTER, PRI.PKIETUKS. course Mr. Flagler ('an nut do it all, pliiifila. it would not b 'I AND '
M I 116 South Beach Street. but he will as is always the case, do six or right months cei

his big share of the work. There is would ha\e assumed I OF THE :

'' -- -- -- no reason why a main trunk road for I tions as to prevent .'

Necessary" as the Keystone automobiles and! carriages should 1 ln'hlothrough! : 1 ) '
be built from Jacksonville to be !
not this
readily
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1. > w"% w to the arch is good }plumbing to sanitation -
Miami and there is no reason why, the rapid growth of .
n and perfect health in the! home
;J -; nun no risks by getting inferior appar- except the important outlay of money taken into "J".A
and commencing the work, that intersecting It ia believed that
atus and bungling indifferent or careless KINDS. .
roads should not be built otliciills< of the canal !
work because it's a bit cheaper. .
i iI connecting; the different places of the of the conditions that : .
_- eA I ;i : We charge fairly for materials ami I .
with main trunk line the
east coast a commence war on
r u work, because we're not satisfied to put
road and the railroad. which have caused so THE GROCERS.
f in anything but the ht' t. Better our .,
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. ., bill than a larger one from doctor and With these roads and a system of to navigation in the: : :
* druggist. drainage and irrigation the Florida and other waters in 9M .>i;

east coast wilf become populous,and of the State. -

J. D. Carmichael, it will be a veritablegarden, aa:: everything '
that can be grown in the 1 he Stork
Phone No. 64, UAYTONAFLA. '
tropics can be grown in Florida. The stork has again :: I
:,.. like Mr. i Cigars.
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);j: ..'.,........................................*....... ler, are giving good roads more thana Last Saturday
/ passing thought these days as they gladden the huiue of

have seen in good road( such\ asNew I). D. Beekman, at & I
I Curiosity-is Not Always a Sin, r Jersey and other States' have, av Mr. and Mrs. L. E. I I

.t' real wealth prc-ducer, for good roads Hill, are the proud 4
attract good people. daughter which was

;.R,= i It will pay you to investigate i iI The building. of the Florida East morning.; : of
Coast Railroad extension will be an Dr. George E. :

.4.. I the prices and quality of our i engineering feat of great: proportions i tending physician in i (
as the line will pass! fnom key to -
;a':'l GROCERIES >? ? : key on trestle: work, and of course Full line of the :\ ':; ,.; 1 f

** will he of cement and steel The Co.'s goods at the t l
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considerable ,
We -
if" can save you :
;.S. Cigar is one of ? i

,,< : $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ of the East Coast 1 {

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i I S. W. CARROLL, i Our of can tobacco produce that, the and peniu wrap- 11

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r.': is to tell the truth, the whole East Coast plantations,
i The North Beach st. Grocer. : (
bettergoods.
produced
m' about the goods we sell. 11

Telephone l No. 19. : clubs and by the Union -Hi
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reliable goods, goods that will I
Bond Lumber Company i UCALCUS.by s
less than inferior goods can be had (.
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MANUFACTURERS OP r larger and finer than all others Y SAN MATO
( NLORIDA. at
; : ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER ... ..te : '
..; PINE AND CYPRESS Two Big Stores for } ) '. "

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I Lath, hingles Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime ; The Only Exclusive '
'r office end Yards: Kast bas 'p ,
andt'|1 Cement in Stool KalUay and Orange Avenue
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It MILLS-Bond mu,Atlantic Coast Un. W.:R' mUeu. : u'b ot Jack80nvUle. d WORKER
of the 1' E.C. Ry.
Kalamazoo on Hantord Brancb Daytona l Window and Door Screens.
MALBY, Manager.
Phone 83 R. J. Porch Columns, Newels and Bal

.......................1N0/11NNN1 NN1111111Nti : ,Scroll Sawing, Etc.
;1.-<.-".-... Opera Shilled Help.

'bo'.:.r:0..,' V. BRACEY MANuSCTUKEBSlHIflU GRADE B. Z. : _

1l e Moss and Fiber Mattresses. I I phone 123.

trio Y Second Hand Furniture and Stoves..our Old Furniture Made M Good aeNe,9 I L .
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T THE DAYTONA ththE$1 SEABREE2E AND N DAYTONA Y II BtACH i I Bturgmart Won ktliea'; coild prizfe, a- -

... and Col. Post nt1l'than'8 second :
? PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY i
'* I prize. Mrs. Davenport arid Mr. More about tf
v Things Heard and Seen the Peninsula :
T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor on Fleming .cut for the 'consolation 'IgZt ot ,

Opposite Daytona of Interestto Mr. Flemingwon .' ..; :.
prize, an egg-beater. : ; ;
If* t.]L.Bivaxiu,JE.. Pr dd nt J. D.Uouit,VIC' president -
.& T.E.FmoxKAU: Secretary and Treasurer Our Readers. which was all according to the '

a THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY ,, Otis T. Greene the Ocala lawyer eternal fitness as Mrs. Davenportsaid ,10 Reasons WhyzW..jP :.

INCORPORATED was here several days last week, the she .was abundantly suppliedwith \ ,
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(; I. guest of Col. C. C. Post. With a this necessary article, and Mr .. y J

Entered at the Postoffice Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. main view to business, he still found Fleming being a bachelor, had yet Con'test : ,

time for some good sport with the to be supplied and taught its use.' :, ;l"-t. '- .

big bass that throng the ocean and The other prizes were a decorated
: Subscription f 1.50 Per Year in Advance.
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.' river and are to be had for the cast- plate a whiskbroom: and holder, a -

.1 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1905. ing of the line just now. vase and a deck of cards and holder, The POINTS OF MERIT that wilt .

Jacob Gimlich. owner of the Colonnades ill l of which were very much admiredby .

CHURCHMEN IN CONVENTION. I REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING. and party, consisting of the guests. There was a light ";'-" ".

I .. his daughter airi? son-in-law, II. rainfall early in the evening, but as likely influence the judges in determirj J ,
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Bennett, lessee and manager, and C. the guests dispersed the moon came

District Conference of the St. John's Fire Limit Ordinance Amended to forth the .,; -..: .
; H. Bennett and wife, all of Pittsfield, and, although waning, ;

River Ministers of the M. E. Regulate Building and Provide for Mass., have arrived. C. H. Bennett!I symmetry of his countenance gone, ing the winners will be:
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Church. Appointment of Inspector. i is a demonstrated success as a hotelman he saw them hOme with his brightest .

has made careful selection smile, so that the final finishing -
; he a -
The St. in
John's River Conference The city council met regular:

of the Methodist Church has been in session Monday evening and transacted of the numerous helpers upon touches might not be wanting on an Brevity.

considerable business. whom the success of such an under. occasion of so delightful a social na -
; wssion at Seabreeze this week.

; The following program has been Bills to the amount of $ ) : taking rests; he will have white help ture. .
t 4)f Cleverness costruction. .
prepared and carried out: were presented and ordered paid. rom the North, his chef being the f

3:30 An ordinance amend sectioii famous caterer of the MaplewoodHotel l Knights of Khorassan. I *
Worship, conducted by J. to
L. Folsom Hastings. four of an ordinance entittal ".-\11 in the Berkshire Hills and The Royal Vizier of Mobarrum Reasons instead of assertions. I '

: 3:45-Organization and minute ordinance to establish the lire limit I there is every appearance that under Temple No. 119 D. 0. K. K. in the .

T I his skilled management the house Oasis of Jacksonville, Fla., has issued 1 1'
L business. i in the city of D.l) tona and regulal

4:15 ...:;. "Business Methods in the construction of buildings i theivii.i will more than regain its old-time [ his edict and in that mandate Remember this girls, when studying J

: Church work," C. C. James. South 111'1 alao for the appointment of a prestige as fitted and fitting the proclaims that the 20th Ramadanthe *

Jacksonville. I) ding i intuwtor and very best class of tourists. The Oth month of the year 1323A. your answers.

I TUESDAY EV ESI O. his duties and pay," was presrikiii'I h house will open December 1. Mr. H. shall be the date, which is !

7:00-Praise service Professor and after due discussion it wa and Mrs. Bennett will be pleasantly Friday, O17th, 1905. At which ".. :':';. ,

r remembered by the Daytona people sgion there will be initatory work -
Blinn. moved by Alderman Matthews seconded 1 I IIi ;

7:30-Sermon by W.; E. Dean, by Alderman Maley that the. as occupying the Briggs House last. y the Temple's: team. This initiation I irm CRUBLRMOPthS Y

DeLand. same be passed on its third reading, winter. will be novel and startling i ;:

WEDNESDAY HORSING. and after being signed be published.The The personnel of the Clarendon" is I beautiful ceremony, entertaining,

:: 9:00: -Sacrament of the Lord's motion carried, Aldermen Clark, widely scattered just at this time;; pleasing and instructive, cementingthe &RDWARECOMPANY

: :: Supper. Matthews, Maley and Schmidt vot- Dr. E. L. Potter is in New York on bonda of friendship among Pyth- ( INC.

i 9:20: -Minute Business j ng "yes" and Aldermen Porter and: business relating to the winter work. i ans. Every worthy Knight should --- -_ _-_ J

-: 9:30: -Pastoral reports.lOooneports Hendric-ks voting "no." C. I II Knappe, business manager ia, soek admission into this band of <

of local preachers The school trustees were author in Maine, hunting and fishing Khorassans: helping with the good The Daytona Institute I -
A MOST REMARKABLE OFFER ,
class leaders, Sunday school super- .Ied to invest $1200 which was ye- Charles Creigktou( with his family, work and assiating in carrying out I 166 Fairview Avenue, II I KOHL NOTICES. *J .

intendents and Epworth Leaguepresidt 4ived from the State, in the Equit- is enjoying a visit to his old home the true principles of friendship, Miss Eva May Stewart, I'h. B. Principal. i iI

l1ts.10:2O"The. a Ie Building and Loan Association. in Waddington, X Y.; J. C. Cr'hris charity and benevolence. Cast off Made by the Oazette-News, Which Is Branches.Instruction In Elementary/ Higher [First pub. Sept.5); lust pub. ] ]
Children of tourists may con
; : Preacher in His Pulpit .City Engineer D. D. Rogers was here, pursuing the even tenor: of f this burdens of every day life and Determined to Largely Increase tinue studies begun at home I ADMINISTRATOR'S j cl-

i, ," F. M. Kern per, Jacksonville. i instructed to draw up plans and' way. It will not be: many: weeks l lay them aside for one evening. Its Subscription List. :...**.......**.*.M...*t***......t**..*..*..*..t.........t.**..*,*:t If.*.4t SIIWSS.*..*...*.*:ft: VOTICE N ( ;

10:45-"The Minister Pastor," specifications for the new side until they will all be centered in the Every Knight who croasrs the Khorasian !i Neville H. Clark .1 I A' 1*tal""II Isht'rebyglft'ntbataUeNdJton., dutribuiwi and all wriMi *"l :
ii! { I "wnonnoever
: baying claims
The Gazette-News is determined or 4emlll4.f
J. B. Hawk Melbourne. one common of making desert will live and agaluat the Estate of
walks and curbs on Beach street, purjxise a longer the Jale Fritz 14odw; ,

; 11:10-"The Preacher and the Palmetto, Volusia, and Ridgewood success of the winter season. die happier. Remember that new: to increase its subscription list by I"Ii! I Iji I undersigned man ar! required within to present two years the same from lG ins tit

- q Times A. Smith Daytona Beach. avenues. and get bids jwr cubic yard; Mr. Bond rix, United States Marshal ,- omviiona; bring new duties and that several hundred names and to do its i OPTICIAN. II date bt'feot. MAEIB Administrator Lzszsgx..,st

11:25-Sermon by C. C. James; for laying same to be three inches of came in from Jacksonville last s/'ialliCt" is enriched by expansion. i making a remarkable offer. i i;: ) the Lludermao ESI .t.ol, Frit wlU

South Jacksonville. good white marl and one inch of week for the purpose of summoning The 1 U. 0. K K. brings its membership To every person not at present a is ( -'. i! Ormond, Florida,September the Will 2J,ISu.AnuI64. :

'. WEDNESDAY AFTER OOS. fine crushed stone. witnesses for December 11 in the into closer social relations promotes reader of the Gazette-News who will Ii ---..- .:...:.. .L-I \1.-... \ it
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2:00-Devotional service. The City Clerk was authorized to case of United States vs Helen general good fellowship and pay $1.50 for a year'b subscription t.Ii. "'---.I' ... ---tt) 1 i Notice of AppllcatioB for Fiul. ..

.: 2:15-Unfinished business. order two jail bunks for the city Wilmans-Post. Papers were served drives dull care away. a handsome County, Township and i!.* : Discharge. 1
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2i30 "The Genius of a Ghostless on eleven persons here. I Railroad: Map of Florida will be H Eyes Examined F.l| Notice Is hereby given that eli montU
: jail.The ii after date, to wit: on the:!nd day ot Marc, :
Church,"-J. H. Martin, St. Angus Ordinance Committee was Thomas Burkhardt. Sr., of Brooklyn Hill Items. i I given absolutely' free. *fi* J 1'Mi, or as soon thereafter as I can be te fi, '"
Holly || At Clark's Jewelry Storf. :l I will make my final returns as executor of ; f
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tine. also instructed to draw ordinance l is visiting Dr. E. E. Dayton's .......................... .. .... ...... tbe Lau Will and Tesunieni of Henry '
up Last week, George: Harris! returned This survey is a splendid compilation i.........OS..IIdOOSII...........I*...*....<.*..*....<....:.:. Keevh, d.eeaed, to tbe County Jadg of !
c 2:55-Discussion: of "Methods of I covering the duties and of family.Mr. l of facts Volusia County Florida, and ask that 1M : t
pay and
Church Work," opened by J. L. building inspector. and Mrs. W. L. Diggett are from Highlands, X. C., looking of wondt'rCul'allie., figures drawingsand Counties ................-....-.....-. final same discharge>w.! allowed be aud granted approved me a and* mch ibit eiecutor. I--': .

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and feeling much benefitted O M. ElNGHAM.Jr '
''t Folsom, Hastings. The Building Committee and enjoying a visit from the former'sparents *' change. : by and towns fully indexed and population 5 COTTAGES FOR RENT. : sept !. lfi Executor. i>

4 3:20: -"Best Methods to Promote I Mayor were instucted to inspectthe late of England but who :e }
of each
;i Revival," A. N. Elrod, New Smyrna. wall of the Monk building, are here from Detruit, where they .T. M. Dickinson is away for a time plainly shown and are distances given, railroads between J One six-room house, iFlrst pub Sept. 2; last pub. NOT 29.)
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at Narcoossee.Among .
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3:30-Discussion. opened by W. south of Clark's store, and be empowered have been spending part of the sun-I our visitors this week i all stations also shown; congressional :* with bathroom, furnish-. NOTICE OF GARNISHMENT.
E. Dean DeLand. ed.]
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\ to enforce correction of mer. I *
.... .- 3:45: :-Short talks on "Revival." Mrs. H. S. Morrison has returned 1 were the Misses Jolley and Thompson : districts outlined, numbered ** In (Circuit l'ourt\"t'nth Judicial
danger. J Also
' any I and one four-roomed Circuit, in and
son, J. V Colclough. population given. On the reverse for Volusia County :; 1'
j 4:15-"God's: Call to the Church"H. p Gad Taylor was voted a salary of from Lake Helen, where she has been I Florida.
side is scale of F J furnished
cottage
j \Ve the a large map : or *
are pleased: to announce
: G. Porter Miami.WEDNESDAY $20.00 month for four weeks visiting her I. The .
.: per as special police ; parents. | arrival of a little daughter last the United States, inset maps of r J uiifurusihed. J Cirulier-Morris Cunjimny. Hardware
A kitchen'and a corporation -
in other
EVENING. Midway. new improvements j
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I Alaska, Hawaii and the Philippines organized and .
j Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Cave.A ; exi ]
7:00: -Devotional Services. The Ordinance Committee was are in course of ( maps of Europe Asia, North and Both New. i tinjf under the Laws of '
shipment of oranges and grapefruit the State of Florida.Plaintiff .
Seminole 'Ollstl"llctiull'l
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7:15: -"The Relation of the League instructed to draw up an ordinanceto Lodge. was made: this week from! the South America, Africa, Australia THOMAS WETHEUELL, J.; .

;, to Church Membership," G. F. Scott; compel the owners of portions The teachers and ; Allen and Cuba; population of the United I :j Holly Hill, Fla. VB.JaiiifB : 1

;. ,: Law ley. oj block 49, as shown by survey i to public school are planning to have grove.PORT States by Suites and Colonies; popu **f*******,*******'***.....5 J. (!'I. LovrleM3 Brown. (Defeiident.!.blll!. 0. ;: I

7:30: -Sermon by pastor of Daytona fill their property. a new piano for their use before the: lation of cities having 10.000) or Hurgojue, I). Mcl aren, 1"
\ school is They E. L. STEWART (riian. Ballough and J. \\'. \
Church. year over. are ready M. D.
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inhabitants
I more ; conspectus of the Wilkinson, (iarnhIlwes.
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<\ Brilliant Display. Th receive ORANGE PICKINGS ,
priratesubsrriptiolls. To 1 Physician and
THURSDAY MORNING.F civil divisions of the frorld l, their j Surgeon To 'alllt''I' Loveless, Defendant, J. G. '
The millinery opening of }J. supplement this they Avill give a I Special attention to li) .eaes of the .
9:00-Worship.: area population, government, etc.; Brown, I'luw. n. Burgovne, I). UvLarM/ ,.
9:30-Business. Reading of writ- Ella DeVoy & Co. was one of the series of entertainments; the first An Interesting Budget News From chronological of the EYE. EAR, THROAT an.l XOSE. CbaHalluugh and J. W. Wilkuwou, .1 .
world's
most survey Office and residence Palmetto (iaruigIs-ei) .i, and all other Inter. :
gorgeous displays ever shown in I will : avenue persona :
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transpire November 1 17 antiwill l
ten reports from League secretaries. Daytona. The milliner's art I the Hustling Village to the history siu't'I. the discovery of First door north of Catholic Church.Telephone .-sted: I >
10:00: -"Power in seems be entitled "A Visit from' ::;!j.3 You are herrbv notified that the Gro-
Prayer, How more lovely every and this Amerira.II .
season I : South. Ur.MorriM. Hardware!' Company a corporation t
Obtained" by Mrs. M. M. P. Dean, fall is no exception, as the pattel n Mother Goose" by the primary and I I The must be to be C. C. BOHANNON organized and existing under
DeLand. Discussion lead by Her- hats and ready-to-wears are the prettiest -* i intermediate grades. Thanksgiving j I[. Mrs. A. T. Patillo and daughterMiss II map seen appreciated. the Laws of the :State of Florida, baa OB I
Remember one free Physician and Surgeon.QrhW the 27th of instituted suit inaMNUinptfit. I
day
;I bert Moore Jacksonville. seen in some time. evening the eighth grade and high I. !i : Nellie arrived i from Oateen last I goes April
uheiviu JHUPM Lovele ii t
11:00-"United Effort for They are showing an exceptionally school pupils will entertain. Thursday to visit Mr. and Mra. eJ' L.I to every new paid in advance yearly over the Atwood 1'harinae.v, ItearhBtreet made defendant and wherein a writ; of

World large l line of trimmings, including I I'atillo. They remained until Monday subscriber. To present subscribers' I II.AYTO.\A, FI.OKIIIA. I Ifarnihhiueiit, issued on J. G. Brown, t

Evangelism ribbons, plumes, flowers, elc. Grading has been done] for a IIPW I who are in arrearages! and will Telephone. 74. CLai.i. Burgoyiif, I I.. Mel-aren, Cba t
r when I they returned home. pay hallotiKh alill J. \\'. U'ilfciiiHou.!
THURSDAY AITERNUU Miss' DeVoy) has shown a great sidewalk along L. /. Hurdick's property I ;
Our to date and one year in advance one That a HIIIIUIIOIIM ad reMpondendum I
winter residents
1. deal of taste in the in are beginning J. E. M. D.
manner which Oak Rawlings
on ridge Boulevard !
2:30-Praise Service. of the II ape will be given. Or i if wan delivered to J. K. Turuer Sheriff ofVoliusia'zjijuty
she has decorated the to return, the first to arrive being I
store, settingoff I FIOI"iJaou the! 27tb day

3:00: -"Saved for Service Shown Mrs.( 1-lma: G. .Stevens is yuant a imp without the sub-
as to the best effect her millinery having: Mr. and Mrs. Schroder and Office over Qille's Drug Store of .April A. I H. liO.! : and was on the ,
in Works of Mercy and Help by display. her lot in front of her dwelling filled scripti. n you can purchase' one for after September 10.( :213th day of May .\. U. 1 'O3.: returned
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graiuhiughter; M Ir. and M[rs. Dondonville cents. Call! at the Gazette-News defendant
that the James Loveless cannot 1
Dr. Edith R. Brush, Daytona. Discussion A large crowd attended the and Mr.I McClanahan'a f Miss 19S .
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opening and Mr. and Mrs.( James and and see it. THOSE 39. t. found in the State of Florida. i
led by Fred'Smith, Daytona i last Friday afternoon and Saturday Blakeslie's cottages have received'! anew I And you ale further notified that the
Beach. and all were enthusiastic in daughter, Mrs.I Henson. They all j I said James IxJveleM and all other persons .
of
praise of the exhibition.It coat paint. hail from Illinois. The Dondenvillns i New and Changed AdH rtlsements.I H. H. SEEIYE[ A. M. M. D, interred are h..hLl'l'quirt1 to
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3:30-"Helpful Hints for Social will be to the advantage of The first formal function of the and Srhroders appear, pl.-ad or d-mur lt aiJ suit! on
Sessions." every : have their own The following new and 1 1adveitieuuieiits or lefore the first Jlouday iu December
lady in the city to call at this season took place at the residence. of I winter homes here. The .James' I changed Physician and Surgeon. 1tMi;. A. II., U-iiiK the.! 4th day in said
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THURSDAY EVENING. store some time soon and look over Mrs. J. F. Martin last appear in the advertising month otherwise default will he entered
Thursday evening Uttil't> and
I residence 17 So.
have rented Mrs. :
1:30raiS: the latest things in this line. Hang's cottage. columns of this issue of (the UiJ/l"t'wooJ. aoaiu't011/ .
Service. I and was participated in by Office Hours: 7t.-ota. in.. I to3,61op. m. LA & Fisa,
II The idiea' Social Club met last IlI1!
I Gaztte-News
4 8:00:: -"Your Junior Lea g 11 f. I some twenty *or twenty-five of the I : I' Telephone-. f3.I T. E. Fm EWU,
't What Will You Pretty Wedding at Ormond.I I Wednesday at the home of Mrs. A. Uru *r- Itlrrh Hardware Co. .Page Attorneys for the flruher-Morria Hardware
Dp With It? Miss representative people of Seabreeze.Mrs. I F. im('()(>. They spent pleasant ( The Bingbaiu A Malwy Co Page 1 .-.-.ooooo..o..eo..o.o.- --- -- tom...any.i .

: Pearl Kooker Jacksonville. A very pretty wedding took placeat Martin( is a gracious hostess very Peek tOster-TheGlobe. .. Page : .
aCIt> I XevelUs H. DR. -- --
I nlOou.
Clark-Optician Page BRUSH I I II'
:t 8:30-"LeagueJ Awake to Your the Union Church, Ormond, at and was assisted: by Mr. and Mrs I Daytona Institute fagei I I i
Ben !
Mason 1
of ''
Daytona in
0' Notice Owners.
was to Property
Opportunities by Rev, J. H. Martin high noon, Tuesday, the event being Don Martin in anticipating the our Legal! -tiaroiabuieut Notice Page ? I I IIml EOI'-\'J'1II1:: I'II\-Irl.-\\:; : 1
p St. the town Friday last calling on Chaa. Legal-Adiuiuistratora Not let I'uye Z I I I' < ttrrtoluliou puasvd Oct. !d. )
Augustine. marrriage of Miss .
Edith i
pleasure of her guests. The order Milburn. -- Moved bv Aid I'laik. seconded by Aid. '
; Penrose Foulke to James 0 ,. Schmidt, that Mayor Smith be inntrucwaHi 1
FRIDAY }(OR IXG. Pattison of the evening was four-hand euchre Mia. H. L. Luff bury arrived from Louis S. Hoes, who, with his freak I 0 (Chronic Diwaws) a Snvialty.| I i ,notify ill property holders to untwrWus Slow*
Stanton. 0 ,I fciid LUI'II..r haul 11UJ
mow fii-ovslli
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6:00: -Sunrise prayer and praise Rev. and flinch; the hours from 8 to; Jacksonville Sunday to visit her "Tea-Kettle,,' won the Dewar) cup I S --- --- _--------- 0 0 '! tn'llI1l1luU I.'lug untie following feverbolto district .I
James Stanton Bctwerii beai-h Iftt'l1ud the
the father of 1 10:30. :
aervi e. : Refreshments; were served. mother. and mast:; of the other big :short distance DR. E. R. BRUSH : dlieli from the S.rlh'Ity 1.lneNOUth11
w
the street
groom, officiated at the North fnnal: also fruui beach
9:00: -Business. Election of off ceremony Mr. and Mrs.I Gus Johnson, Mrs. i! prizes in Florida, last year, i is: I : Railroad I'll!IIt.tlt.wa.y from North CaMJ Wuiettoaenue !
assisted STOW
by Rev. Elmer But- DENTIST.Xo. ) south tu '\ '''' stnue; also
;_ cere, and selection of next II. A. Bernard and W. G. Nash now a aa to (t'lht street; from SeileIw -
meeting ler, pastor ol the church. of Mrs. C. G. Elliott and son Merton: I building steam touring cars for ; a I I \' avenue "uth to ulb City JJflC.111
: place. Daytona scored the highest of the market he that he will .0 ,i of said work to bed..ue within ttfteta dillfroiti
The bride : 111 Indianapolis, Ind., have been the ; says reenter ,, : tiO Third Avenue If not mpUed
: was daintily I date of this notice and
in
gowned
10:00-"Men in Church and I chiffon of games won; on a shuttle guests of SbiiiiJts'illa for the I, the racing game with a car '! : i ,. with I'liy Hill eiiluroe ordinance sYITH.rfurat1al
;- : I over silk, with diamond and IIUIJt'r\\ Opposite Public School. same. C. L. ,
,: League from a Woman's Standpoint,' test, Mrs.I Bernard was a week. have rented the t that will do as well as the "Tea-i lid oi-4t;; a1or
past They I
Mrs. W. pearl ornaments, and carried a bol ; ......................... : -
W. l ladil II -
Swaim -
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South first
. Jackson- quet of white : pi ize, and Mr. Johnson Jolley Cottage on Palmetto avenue' Kettle, but will not be a freak. I
roses and
ville. asparagus the II iFirst Oct.*) la t pub.NOV.iS)
pub. ; =
gentleman's first
ferns. The maid of honor was Miss prize; Miss I |I I I and will remain for the winter. T. E. FITZGERALD '
10:30-"Women in Church and (First pub. &)vt. X?; last pub. D..c.ltil) I !Notice of Garnishment. ;
Mildred
League From a Man's Standpoint," Miss Carrie Watson, and bridesmaid, .;..............,................................ I Notice to Debtors and Creditors. j! ATTORNEY AT LAW state of Florida i court of Jnstle
Boyd.
byW. F. Miller, Miami. Both were tastefully : In tbr 'ounty Judge's Court lu and for .' DAYTONA, FLORIDA. Cou/ity of Vol uvla .of the rc"cI 1
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attired in VolubittCouuty Klrld I ) $ tsirtttNo.SC. s
General discussion of above pa. white silk, and carried .. C'ol'lough In tiiv uiuUrr, 1-eea.-d.ul tUK Kstat of Henry V. Associated with I i I. Bingbam, Plaintiff.
:
baskets
of pink roses. j To all minors, legc:tt'8. I, LANUIS & FISH la
pers. distributees
Edw. Mary t K SnudaandKourt
-i G. HarrisPHOTOGRAPHER and all
El win i other pvrsou' baTIng claims I
Totman was best i : ui ilrinnntlj DeLand, Florida T. Maiida. Defendants.
man. agalattt the Ksiatr
I of Henry V. .
i'tiS. H. \ "ook. arllhht't" ..
CIOU5bdet-k.-tJ edal> facilities for d
A ; examining land KoirtT.SU
titles aud
wedding
breakfast \ To Mary i.atlO4
E. E. was served i You art hereby recjuliwl to pre-wnt Office in Atwooj LIuck. nom IIhereby $7
Ropes of DeLandj the claims your I'houe 1 :H. iH-f-ndauts. and nil olbeM
and demand
man I at the home : |I *agoiim said Kstate
of the to I
bride after I the COU't'rn: oS
the i undersigned iritGarnHbnwflt
at the -I
umct a
who has more lawsuits in the ) of T. K. Hitgerald.of ; c Vou bre notifled/ that
Cir Lmytona, SbQ
Volusia t hC
County Issued In :
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ceremony. 'lofllla.1 Isaac Las tlct'll
uithlu oue year from A.Stewart EKford i t.Se t&"
date
Sly In
cuit Court than or your claims propertyof .
other aud that your
any ont man, The bride and demands will I* forever ; cause ht!Jd,and t II"" ,
is 1 tarred. I
one of the I 1'1. A. I'ook has been 8 rllt1
was arrested and bound over to the most pop- I Kated this:-jctu day of Ovtober, A. D., !%(,. STEWART & BLY i; unless >ou appear before 8Ald. (ouri on OT 1
ular ..
Peck
BlocK mbt'r.
; young ladies of this place, and 'Phone 91 i JOHN V.COLCLOfGH, lrore the fourth day wf l. A.i!.
Criminal Court this week for spank the I : A. Administrator of the Estate of Henry I iMoi. judgment! by deiaulttttUllIlt "II! W
groom a prominent V. LAWYERS
'.t businessman. Colclough,deceased. OU.
ing a three-year old child. : j T. E. Fitzgerald. Tuis otobtr C M 1ttb.l\Qi.; Bi>eHJi,JR. P''Uf,

..+.+..H4....................................He.: Landls Attorneys<& Fish for, Administrator. I Office Branch in office Bank Building, DtLANI FLA T.LandHA E. Fitzgerald: !hn. ,
onr Postoffic@. DAYTONA I Attorneys for Plaintiff.
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W A 6Baked beans at Gramling Bakery HE THOUGHT HE WAS/ RICK. THE STORY THEY All TELL. 18,45OMILES, Heceptfam to Pastor. -

Local. Happenings.: I today. ,I IA The members' the Methodist

.... .................. Wade H Jones, of Titusville visited Church tendered their new pastor, .
Was
Colored Man
J Claimed He Worth The More Hon. WHman Whilldin Seesof C. M. Huston and
-.ffe"We hope you are watching our in the city Thursday.J. Rev; F, K Dowlin and wife, hearty
$5,000,000 But He sn't-WUI Daytona the Better He Is Through
:;: inndow, if you are there will be no L. Robarts killed two large t/ reception at their new Epworth Hall

'-?fjjoiiht as to who will sell you cut- bear near Number Nine last aim- Go-to Chattah hee. Pleased. V Chicago ? Monday evening.: There was large

;J1ass, solid gold and sterling silver ,day. Jr Bruce Wells, one of a trio of colored Hon Wilman Whilldin, formerly Eighteen number in attendance and the'even-

iSfforXrsv &. You know our prices are singers who have been in Day mayor of West Palm Beach, recently and fifty miles in ing was a very pleasant one. Key.

Eight. All goods engraved free. Call at Oazfctte-News office and tona for some time, has wheels in purchased a valuable piece of property a wonderful trip, i and Mrs. Dowlin are from.Pottstown,

2** L. H. ROWE & Co. see the. Florida map we are giving his cranium. He was arrested by of Lawrence Thompson Silver mileage C. M. I Pa., and come to their new charge

away Marshal Zuber Monday afternoonand Beach. He has now under Louis, had .I I I, with the highest commendations. .
I I
.. :Mrs. Brayboy, colored, died Sunday *.01d-fashioned pound cake at the taken before Mayor Smith, who course of construction three handsome passed through i

"; morning.: Gramling, Bakery. 'decided the negro was crazy. cottages, and later will prob- enroute from .i Dainty cakes for dainty lunches 1. V

Wells waa placed in the city cal- ably erect others. ter home at
at the
'f* W. (i. Nash has been down to f H. T. McClellan was among tl4 Gramling Bakery.
J. aboose to await the arrival of Sheriff. Mr. Whilldin is very enthusiasticover Mr. Huston,
.i7 Melbourne this week on business. i / Daytonians who visited Jacksonvillelast V
l Turner, who took him to DeLand the beauties of Daytona and its wife and son left -----
Saturday. ----
1'.,#, Mrs. Millar's Hair Dressing Par I Wednesday The unfortunate negro environs. of last: April for V

; lors are now open to the ladies at D. B Matthews arrived Thursday, was adjudged insane and will be Speaking to a Gazette-News repre. journey ever AnAppealto YotirJudgement. _

: 122 South Beach street. tf and will act as steward at the Colon sent to the asylum at Chattohoochee. sentative this week he said "The mobile. They ;

: It is rumored that an interesting nades this. winter.tWaterman's Wells claimed to be the advance magnificent'beach and good roadsof Ohio, Indiana and Why should you roast alive -

motor boat contest will occur tomorrow Ideal Fountain Pens, agent of a theatrical troupe and was which the section boasts cannot they reached when by having a Dangler

between local boat owners. also ink, at Clark's. very indignant at being detained.He but take the eye of anjone who where they Gasoline Stove or Range in -

thought he was the of here. Other Florida cities then '
possesor comes They (
Capt. C. H. has been your kitchen you can keep
*Small launch for sale cheap 2J Spencer confined -
z ;
$5,000,000 in cold coin and offeredto have their attractions but the attractions to the Land of
cool) time trouble and
h engine in first class order. to his bed this week by illness, save :
: p. spend it freely if he could only which Daytona Jacksonville .
possesses -
make
but is expense. They cooking -
f A. B. Heath, Holly Hill. improving.
Apply obtain his liberty' While in the eclipses them all." Mrs. Huston left that double V
so easy you your
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. La Shav of Leonard Gill launched his new city jail he smashed the windowsand Mr. Whilldin expects to spend at to Cocoa by' rail. summer enjoyment.

: North Beach street, are entertaining boat Wednesday. He will use it for raised considerable disturbance.He least part of the year in Daytona,and The Messrs. / V

,)Jr. anti Mrs. H. W. Brown of Tif- cruising this winter. claims Columbus, Ohio, as his the Gazette-News welcomes his com Daytona shortly THE DANGLER,
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;: ton, Ga. Another shipment of package seeds home. ing because he bears the reputationof day and after : the Kleen, Kool Kitchen King. -V

just received. We can supply any being a wide awake, public spirited Schmidt's Villa
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Burden kind of seeds. Mrs. Ceo F. Smith entertained the progressive gentelman. Buy one and you will al- -V V

; arrived from Joliet, 111., Monday Hankins, The Druggist.Mrs. ladies of the Eastern Star Tuesday journey ways use them.

night and are occupying their home C. afternoon. Mrs. W. H. Heath and D. McLaren departed last Saturday ilr. Huston .
A. Longe and daughter, Steamer. It has
Magnolia avenue. Mrs. A. H. Carter of for Cincinnati and Columbus
on Holly Hill, ,
4 Mrs. Louis Messing, l left Thursdayfor
t have invited the ladies of this Ohio where he will nixty-five miles Haley.
organ arrange to have
Geo. E. Sebring, of Sebring, Ohio Birmingham, Ala., on a vioit to work '
ization for launch ride
a in the hia panniers a
furniture
: will make a slrttrt visit to Daytona the former's daughter, Mrs. J. L. Cherokee a week from next Tuesday shipped) to Daytona.Mr. sides of the car
and Mrs. McLaren and the children -
about Novemtar 5th in oider to se ,.$iihhi van. supplies for a I
cur? a winter home. / $ I 1lrs. W. Maxwell "1 llankinsdepartfcd will return to Daytona sometime country are I
Ladies baths the electric
at light Monday for a visit with her par next month and occupy their holders. ,

lug| bargains in pocket books plant. j eats at Bartow. new home on the peninsula. Mr. Huston is *MMHMHMHHHHHHHMF*.*-.,.**.**: V
; and to make for
purses, room new
\V. Maxwell Hankins the
enterprising
LITY CUISINE t
stock, at Clark's.

f : Mr. and Mrs. Howard Y. Stillman Pharmacy proprietor has arranged of the a \ery Atwood neat THE MON1 BY YOU THRin
Arrived home Monday, after spending glass enclosure in the front of hia i

several weeks visiting (>oiiits of store for displaying guilds.
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OPEN.
interest in the Eastern States. speculations, no matter how atti active they i
Notice:--You can get dry pine i
ter invested in real property, whicl i stays where it's
$ Mr. and Mrs. 1'. It. Oliver and and oak wood at 113 North Beach Proprietor.
and then let us talk it over. Your i.nterest is our *
: family armed \Iondiattt'r a ;:)treet. Phone 37. 21-Cin Rates on Application. .
when you SPP us.No. .
Table board a specialty.
pleasant summer spent at Hilhl\'ay, C. M. Thomas, of Atlanta, Ga., is
;I N.J their usual summer domicile. 190 A five room house co mpletely ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS- j
the guest: of his con: W. E. Thomas, i
Lot 122x242, running from street to I street, Valley to
Miss Grace Binghaiu relumed of the real estate firm of Smith & connection as a rooming house. [
bridge and Seabieeze avenue. One of the best :
Friday evening of Lbt week from Thomaa. The senior Mr. Thomas ****************.***.**+*** I
2,000.:
V
/Asheville. Noith Caroline, where she expects tu remain here all winter. "
No. 1 j"1. 4 room house on lot 121x410: : South s

_. has been spending several weeks. tDr J. II. Pierson, Dentist Peck corner Belleview. Price $:?,100o. I III

ft,' Mrs Asa Paine and daughters, accompanied Block, opposite South Bridge,'Phone 154. Lot 50x200 near the corner of Fairview I
FURNISHINGS AT THE
by Erwin Folaom, who 108-L1. Residence 39-3 r. on south side Fairview avenue. Pr ice $750.Chicago. "-

will Le Mr. Paints cLautivur will ,
Last week the West Palm Beach
arrive in Daytona about Nov. :3rd. furniture Store. : '
base ball kid;: roasted Prosecuting
SMITH & THOMAS

:;i Mr. and -Mrs- T. J. McMurray ar Attorney Taylor of Dade County !.:JI.. ..... ... '

,tlrived from their summer home at through the columns of the TropicalSun. Real Estate, Fire, Life and Accident ;: : g.o = '

Marion, Ohio, Friday evening of last Xow Mr. Taylor has sued the I p:" "-0 dir3
PETERS BLOCK DAYTONA FLORIDA. tS: 0
week and are again occupying their I Sun for.libel and wants: 10.000 as tS.1: : V
) ,. p. : -
: winter domicile on Ridgewood.Mra. a balm to his injured feelings. : e tS 0 es V
Benj. Mason has been spending THE COMING THEATRE SEASON. and I-.) :RStS Wd: '
: Robert Bliven has a hand- Boys' and girls' books by good home Cocoa. y 0"' <11.
a few days at Hastings Fla. at c..; (p V
IE-; some night blooming cereus which authors, at Clark's.B. 'L"1": L\ < tS: representative
I! R. W. Whipple of Binghamton, Manager Osborn of the Opera House I t1 8- := V
Wednesday evening producedseven i I versation while I.' O! >1CJJ .
P. Pellett, a former employee iN. Y., is located at W. H. Edmondson's I I s I 0 .p.:".0 0 0'" "
fine blossoms that were kindly. of the Gazette-News, was in Day- Will Have First Class Attractions He stated that c: :::I8 l-Oo
distributed Mrs. ll1iven'tneiRl.Lors. for the season. I V I!:: .IDO... ..
among This Winter. been marred c=
tona Wednesday and Thursday.Mr. by : :: CO 11)
Donald Knox of Mound Grove, is .= < -Oo "
4 Pellett is at present the guest of "The Sign of the Four," A. Conan or accidents. ; (DO
Edmondson's for the sg
Mrs.
at
i Mr. Oyama, the proprietor ofijie his brother, 0. II. Pellett, the popular again Doyle's story dramatized l, will be breakdowns I 0 !jj' V
Beach street winter, attending school. steamer has i =_'rr
Japanese store on conductor on the New Smyrna- >1 ,
the first attraction this season at the
r ": (' mpanied by his wife, arrive* Orange City branch of the Florida Mayor Smith has vetoed the fire over all kinda KINCAID

Monday Mr. Oyama is a nephewof East Cuast Railway. limit ordinance passed by the city Daytona Opera House. The play is He said he ,

of the noted Japanese general bearing tThe Hub Restaurant has C nice council Monday evening said to be a top-notcher and will no through the ', Beach Street.

doubt draw house. here and :
good
a
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the same name.E. aa V
sleeping rooms. Meals) at all hours. j Place your orders for Boston j

D. Langworthy was a passenger Will open Dec. 1. Engage your i brown bread and baked beans with On Nov. 22 The Florence Davis they were
I 1,000 feet at a ..
on the north bound train Sunday rooms for the season now. 47 North the Gramling Bakery Comedy Co. will be here. miles north of I < /. . . . . .i! J

;k enroute to New York and Boston, Beach street. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Baker, of Old "Breezy Times" a musical comedy they have

&- where he goes to arrange for help The St. Augustine Record is to he Orchard Me., have arrived and will is billed for Dec. 9. says ing trip but WORKS Phone 70 I

for the Ridgewood Hotel during the commended on its enterprise in issuing conduct a photo studio this winter.C. Commencing Dec. I 11 the Pickerts: to duplicate it (5))

coming season. He expects to return edition last will be here for a week. This collection Proprietor A
a special Sunday, the GazetteNews'valued lIe spoke of
r to Daytona in the course of M. Milburn, of comedy artists played I
: the occasion of President Roosevelt'svisit tona and a. FREIGHT DEPOT
thirty days.tPlayinR. Port Orange correspondent, twelve nights in Daytona last 7 V
year
to the Ancient City. The Record favored the offire with a call last representative FOR PLANING, SAWING, RE- V
and the best of satisfaction.Dec. .
!1 cards, large assortment, is one of the most enterprisingpapers evening. gave during the :: ALL KINDS. WINDOW AND DOOR
and misses 22: Barlow's Minstrels will : :; FRONTS, COUNTERS CAB
r at Clark's.J. in Florida never :! up from Cocoa ::
show its T. B. Parmer,of Atlanta is spend- be here.A ( COLONIAL COLUMNS with Plain ..
an opportunity to progres- party of friends.Claud
: ., F. Henkell, the jovial representative si iveness.SA ing a couple of months in Daytona, number of good shows are en- the BEST AlOULDISnI -
of the National Lead Co., Either Pine or Cjpress. ';
J enjoying our salubrious climate and gaged for January but the dates

. : with headquactera in New York, has furnished cottage, .12 rooms I good fishing.Mr. have not been definitely settled. Carter I: 'OGI'material houie and baa guarantee gone up from the fit.40 to

been spending a few days in Daytona with bath and toilet, has eight bedrooms ,
Palatka.Ed ( )
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c and Mrs. E. M Condit who ) ) . . .i. . . &
: Mr Henkell came here Fri suitable for boarding house,
Sea- own a home on Orange and Palmetto A touring car for Asa Paine, president Zuber left
day of l last week. expecting to leave located directly on the beach at
avenues are expected to return from of the F. E. C. A. A. was received to Titusville. LA SHA
1 the same day, but he was so impressed breeze. Rent 400 per season. I R.
baths Chicago next week.J. at the depot at this place yes-
with
with the beauties of Daytona Also several smaller ones Mrs. George \
.:
Electric Line wanted. _
that he did not take his departure toilets, etc. H. L. Kochersperger, W. Reese has improved his terday. day from

:- until Tuesday. Seabreeze. l-tf property on Second avenue by |If you are looking for a rug, either also a new line of Edison Lamps.

What is Lily Water?. Call at L. W. Litle and wife, of Flint, thoroughly clearing the grounds in large or small, call on us. We havea Mr. and .
turned -
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Schmidt's the rear of his cottages. new and handsome line fixtures in few I
- the electric light plant. Mich., are stopping at where they own a daya.
Villa for a short time. Mr. Litle is tLet us show you our cut glass F. T. PEcK & Co.

: Mrs. J. B. Parkinson and children of the Horton both Have
the representative We are sure we can please you, Harry Payne Whitney i is likely, to you LA SHA

i arrived home last Saturday evening. Cato Co., of Detroit, Mich., and in quality and price. be a contestant on the Florida beach baked beans ,

I For a week or more they have been makes yearly trips to Florida in the GEO. H. CLARK, Jeweler. bread. If not
next January, in the Fiat racer that 22 J Beach Street.
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friends in Atlanta. During
: %4t visiting interests of his firm. He usually No.
driven Lanciea in the Vanderbilt
Mrs. R. :I. Wall writes that thej was by -
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the summer the Parkinson family a month or so in Daytona and ,_ _
stops hI -
will arrive in New York on the sixthof I contest.Messrs. I Com. H. C.
have been occupying a cottage at the state from
i makes his trips over
.. : Highlands, N. C., but owing to his here. November and expect to be in I C. G. Burgoyne, Geo 11., 2om. F. D. I II
about the ICth. Wednesday for I
: : military duties, Major Parkinson Daytona Foote, Geo. H. Ludwig and S/fl.
The latest fiction"Nedra, return to
popular Paperhanging.V
: was obliged to precede his family t |F. T. Peck & Co. are the agents I ', Gove drove over the New Smyrna I ,
Friend the Chauffeur, "The in January. I
home. "My For the celebrated Moneybak Silks. ':road in machines this week. They E-st and handsomest line of wall pa-

: and Reckoning, and many others at Carry a full line in stock. NOnE< report the road to be in good condition *\\'. A. Bea Imported l and domestic goods
: Visit the electric light pant
Clark's.A S I ) new designs to select from. Interior
I better in the market. and an ideal automobile drive. high priced
see the finest baths in the South. I mechanics employed.
literary and musical entertainment I
R. L. WeBer, of Louisville, Ky., I The "shower party"given by by express A\enue. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Following an excellent portrait of will be given at the new Ep- Wyckoff, the ---V _ V
a prominent capitalist, has arrived I Miss Lydia Gwinner at the Baptist _ _-
Miss Myrtle Freeman, of Daytona worth Hall of the M. E. Church, white leghorn -- ---- k?
will the winter in Day in
and
Beach, who.is visiting in Atlanta, Monday evening, Oct. 30. Horace spend parsonage Thursday evening
tona. He expects his family in a honor of Miss Charlotte Glad and Invitations Water Fitting. Steam Fitting
the Atlanta Jounal of last Sunday Stewart, the well known vocalist
i few weeks. Edward L. Stephens was a enjoyable the marriage
-ii: says: "Miss Freeman was the attractive and Mrs. Elizabeth Pastorfield Gates very

guest of Mrs. Fuller, at 387 will take part, as will also Miss I Mr. and Mrs. T. Fred Brown arrived affair, and largely attended.The Stephens and I If you waut sanitary plumbing :

Spring street, during the past week Pearl Spaulding and others. Pro last Saturday evening and are large plate glass for the front' at the (' call on

:*14 She is spending the winter in ceeds for the benefit of the buildingfund. again occupying their pretty winter of Anthony Bros. store came in a Geo. E. Hurd,

Macon, occupying the important p0- Reserved seats for sale at home on*Silver Beach. Their sum- special car the forepart of the week Wednesday, V. C. GRANT.

sition of secretary of the Wesleyan Hankins.For mer home is at Cincinnati. and when the boxes were opened The many

% Female College." Rent A six-room house new, fOur 1 new draperies, couch covers, every glass was found to be broken. Stewart,judge : i. ) Plumber.

*A competent stenographer, who on Ivy Lane. All modern conveni pillow tops, table covers, etc., are The glass cost over $500. A temporary will be pleased i

for furnished the latest that we could find front will be put in the build. rapidly Box 25, Seabreeze Avenue
4 o;rns typewriter, desires a position ences. $400 season, patterns I ,
or would like room in up town office. or 300 unfurnished. Apply to in New York. Come and see them.F. ing until another shipment of the tion which he Daytona Beach Florida.

Address Box 35,Seabreeze, Fla.21-2 W. W. Abercrombie. T. PECK & Co. regular glass can be received. a hospital at ,


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_Low Tide on the 8e..cb. Years ago a Teasel was. wrecked off : = MALLORY I-[

Ii the place where you will find the northwest coast of Ireland. Crowds I FL/ \ : .ci. JOhNSTON, Proprietor.

DUll: I )I. P.I. DATI A. )I. P. )I. the beach to witness the
$ Fresh BUM Rolls Doughnuts and :_ gathered on .
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;. Cake of all kind8. scene. A few brave men came forward ; LIN ES "i Rubber Tire Carriages Fine Horses Careful 1 13
Oct... 1 : 51! a 30 .ct... 18 :fM t 36 and put out to the sinking ,('S8to1. All *
2 84 420! 1 9 << S6.5 25 >-* -
Angel Food, Pound Cake and .4. a C3r. 615 .. 20 6 620 they came back tfThe shurtiywith their : We are.well equipped for"Straw Rides." The finest turnouts faftiil -
Macaroons a C 1\ 614 !II I 90 7O! lives the'watchers SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS i M
a specialty. .. burden of human *
6000 716 2t 7116 82.1i ., 'Boies meet all trains and take passenger to any part of "%
_ _ _ I, 15 7SS 820 I' 848 9I cried: "Have you got them all? Are the city
U., 7 88 922 ". 2i 9 Ii 10 2S they all saved "Yes," was the an. : STEAMSHIPS. Trunks delivered promptly. Stables opposite Public SchooL"- -
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II 9 48 10O!! i5 10 U 11 19
New Harness "... gIO4OIlON 381110u wer, "all but one. If we bad stayed Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the .
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.. for him all would have been Wat. Instantly S coast. Telephone 27 .
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.... 1i 12 3i: J2 ro1 2'J 1 C6 2 2t a stalwart fellow stepped out : NO OVERCROWDING. : .
and Repair Shop. .. 13 I 101M .". :.0 234 313 from the crowd and called for volunteers. S T A STATEROOMS POSITIVELY GUARANTEED =_ S -
; H 145 310 111 II 4U4'I t
lli 215 244a The mother begged. the young : imporan on these snips, as no tickets! will be sold to exceed :

i A .F. Chandler It 17 10 J SIll ill 813 3MRlgb man not to go, saying: "Your father : the numhor of berths, or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus in .

. was lost at sea; your brother William I S suring all passengers individual service and attention. :

- having bought out J. A. Erickeon & Co., tide I hours before or after low tide Balled away, and we have never Leard I : PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY. .

can be found on Cottage avenue, back of .......................... from him. If you go my. all will be (See Schedule of ships in Florida Times-Union.) .
\ LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH,
the City Hotel. lost." Embracing tier be said. "I must 1 I :
: : Ineludingdeligbtfni DAYLIGHT SAlLthrougb the
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; -:; go." In a short time be was seen re -
All kinds of FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS. .
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turning. "Have you got your man? Through tickets sold to all Northern points' For full Information : :

: J Harness and Leather Goods I Iti cried the wat<:h rs. "Yes," was the re-1 : regarding attractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservation, ...( :

DOZENJIJCTRADEASPtCIALTY ply, "and tell mother It la brother Wllliam. i tioketn, t-tc.;apply to S

:\ Barnes Mad Shoes made and repaired. ." : -214 Wett< Bay Street : 3. L.

t Call on ua when wanting anything in I Ik "I A* W PYE Agent Jacksonville, Florida.! .zi J4l.

our )line. Tn* "Undertaken Friend." : Geo. H. .
Clark Loco.l.\gpnt..Daytona, Fla. : 5/J'

.4 ALL WORK GUARANTEED. ; I Both then and women when they decide .................................................. 1 _I 5' 4 IL H
I to "wrap up" do so( by increasing t
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the number of layers of clothing in ... 5.

N. ERICKSON front over those on the back of the ''I 14fO1 ..
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; body. It Is a great mistake. The main Low Colonists Rates _

"telephone exchange" of the nerves of:

Cabinet Maker and the body lies In the spinal cord, situ ": .

ated in the spinal canal, and this exchange VIAL.&NSR.R.To _


baa Immediate. complete aud _
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Woodworker Instantaneous connection with the skin i '2M

..fail Daytona Pressing and of the whole of the back of the trunk California.the West and Northwest ____ circ 'e .

' and Is much more sensitive than that
Door and Window Screens, Picture Cleaning Establishment
of the skin In front. I
Moulding mad to order. All Linda of 6 J I T A to SAX FRANCISCO, LOS ANGELES, and many other Califor- .f41f1flj iti11
! Fnrnitute Repairing done on short notice Ladies and (!it'lItll..Joll.I ..-i. <-l.-nii'1.1. pirrred It behooves, ua, then, to eee that the \ii/L I I Into point; alto various COLORADO, ARIZONA, and WYO( ; .

v aud l\eil, HM! ) dressmaking.BENJAMIN back Is at nnablt prices. -J least as much as, the front between ,

. :. Cottage Av nue, Daytona, Fla. : DC LYONS. the shoulders. In men the thin back: 0 n n to ORTLAND' ), OREGON, TACOMA, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 4
? of the waUtooat Is "the und rtak..r'oI, \ 61 I and many other points Washington, Oregon and Biitisb! Tri.Weekly Sailings
loT Itfaih rit: Da.Uniia I) Fla. I Coluriiblit.tO .
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t best friend." In women it la the space j llE1'WEfJACKSONVILLE ;:\
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between the top of the corset and the I! maiiv i">mtn in and NEW

Portland, Oregon, Exposition. ICS '.WIlUAma'IndlAnPllOlotoll center of the neck more especially In $48,90 8 9 0 I ITAHaiid WYOMIXtHAVANA ;.- YORK- .
:'";will cure blInd, Calling at fhailrbton, 8. C., both way!!. J
Bleeding and Itching that type of garment popularly known .
I bPlles.lt absorbs the tumors. THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.
: B I I allays' the Itching at oniu! >.actsBus as the "pot'ulUonllIJlvu:>t'. London I tll I.I.IXWi( MOX'UX.nnd intermediate points .ftt thi!. The New and Southern
a poultice, gives instant re Mall. Clyde England Lines. I
lief. Dr. Williams'Indian Pile Ointment $4 5 9 0 "tl I..ru I'a.-ific "lid Burlington Routt.:
: Is prepared for Plies and Itth- ILiI'I'allolol'uw'r IHrntrvire It..t w..n S ;j
SAN FRANCISCO I CAL >f the private parts. Every box 19warralle.1. The l lplt Unffoou.'
Wy drujrgl-.t.'l: by mail on re- Sir William Uugdale applied the irivikgs-i. Til.kt.. will be IIOJ! daily up to and IndudiisrttIN JACKSONVILLE.; AND ALL BOSTON, EASTERN AND POINTS.PROVIDENCE.
. LOS ANGELES e'lpt of price CoO cents and $1.00. WilLIAMS I ) :11 i I I l/I/! /: -
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MANUFACTURING CO.. Prop Cleveland. Ohio. name "pulpit buffoon" to Hugh Peter; Calling; at Charleston; Both Ways. ]

.. For sale le Russell ((1008-1(500), the Joke loving Puritan SEMI.WEEKLY SAILI G5. J
t DENVER COLO. by clergyman whose pulpit peculiarities! L. & N. Best Route. West and Northwest Southbound . . . . . . . . . .From Lewis' Wharf Boitai ::
Northbound .from foot Catherine street
: Epworth League Convention Jul. 5-9 made him a notable Jlgure during tht - - - - - - JackimliltCLYDE .

English civil war, when he held tht: For flllll'l1.tti"llll\rM .nll 011 or write, .1
DENVER COLO.
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S boardAir Line post of chaplain to the parliamentary

: G. A. R. Encampment, September, army. Peters was a born jester: and; I GEO. E. HERRING, Florida Pass. Agt. ST. JOHNS RIVER LINK. i -

the pulpit set no bar to his brund humor Between Jacksonville and: Sanford
...FOR... and pungent witticisms-not always I 206 W. Bay 5t, Jacksonville Fla,
'i i. VERY LOW ROUND TRIP RATES STOH'INi AT l'AI.'l'K.S'l'OR, ST. FRAM'IS, BLRKSFORI; : (PeL* i>) "
; In the best taste, as, for example .. ___ _
Savannah, Columbia, Richmond when turning the hourglaiU whilo 1-- -- -- n_- == ____ : and Irit.ruketliat> Lan.lings ST. JOHN'S RIVERJ .

: -VIAHlifloisCenlralO- Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh, preaching a long beruioii In s ii'l. Steamer City of Jacksonville" .

* Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia "Now, my friends, 1ft ua have unothci i Florida East Coast
I glass." Ills pulpit appeals were \ -ryeffective Railway. are appointed) to nuil ac follii\\t: Leave JaikMnnillf Sundays!, Tueedajs and
and New york..... ... .... :
: I In winning recruits to the par 'I'liur1'lda.\'lIllt 3'ii( [p. m. Returning l leave Sanford Monday, \'pdot'tldaYIIILl,1
It It
llHinentary army and when a town FrMiij ut i'K: () a. in. 1
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY: was to be taken by assault the :;tul'UI'ling I'I Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to 7 1905. IS
o I parties were first stimulated tin- I Sept. ; -SouthBounJKead- ----.J SCHEDULE -- --, "NorthBaiudtp f
SEABOARD EXPRESS Down Read

: CHOICE OF ROUTES. task by a rousing sermon from their I SOUlt1.BOUND-READ DOWN. fCORTH.BOUfCD-RUD UP.No. l.are :l :iU pili'.....-......................Jackbuiiiillt*............................ Arri\e 200am -t f

and chaplain. _ .. 8 45 p m1...............................1'alatkn.................. ............ I. are 8 00 p m i

: Two Trains Daily, Atlanta to St. SEABOARDj MAIL gyl e. 2yl! No. ';S'No.III' :i (00 a inj................................. AKtur..................................1| 3 30 p m 1 .
Louis, in connection with \V. & A. The Slmplou Pu... lJalil bll7 s'rATlO lJalll Daily -taoain I.............................St.:; J L'1'I111t'11I..1 I| 2 00 pm"'
The SImplon always has btt-n .. ..................... iViffcfunl. ieI.aud.I) "
pass 6O0 9 _.. .. ( ) l lOOp
; R. R. The p CO a Ly ..... JIICIUJou'III" ..........._
only Through morning: Modern Pullman the great highway of tone! from Ii 01.. 1i8 a .t. ___"!I J..cILIl D'Uk." .............Lr Lv S lOop U p II 8O&42 II Arrive 8 ::10() a III II.................................'.nufurd..1 j 930 a m -'

Sleeping Car, Atlanta to St. Louia. Switzerland Into Italy. It was ustil liy CI U p lU 0:1: A' ___.flt AUIUltill1t......._. Ii 6U II 1 40 II '. lOUUaui ..........................Kut.-ij.iiM............................... 10OOaui
For lull information I r.s I' 11 SA 11. _.__.........H&tlngll......_....._. to C 65 p 'dI.. 't S
:' .. dates of sale, EquipmentOnly Caesar and his legions as far Lack itS CO !jl/ llbUa .. ..........._. Last Palalh_..._ 4 9. .. 1\\ 9t a GENERAL PASSENGEB ANDTlCKETOPFICE1221ETEAYET.JACF.ONVILLE.

rates, tickets and descriptive circulars 60 B. C., and. although Napwleou happened S 0. imp,: lZIapAr .._..__ 'aialk&_.._._. iv4IOti 6tJtIa toILY
Line operating pii 2 a ... _..... .. ...... ... -
: Address, daily:thvougli I to use the St. Bernard pa-ss.: Ltrecogulzt'd -- P&I&tk& ..! _Ar _6 00 p 'U. C : ;
from Jarksonvilleto th of. I 'a II 26.; 9 011 pAr! ..._._._.8&1& Hako_............... L, 2IUP. F.M.JRONMO.NGER, AHt.Cm. I'aet. Agt. 12: ;? \\' tHuJ St., Judeonrillt', fla
: F. D. MILLER, Trav. Pass. Agt., sleepers superior lmpurtaiiethe c .! O 11 ILY ....._..._.8&n MaAu_ .. Ar 112i.. 1 W ars U.l'OOI'ERJB./ Fl t. AMI. l'.P.J.OYELI.Supt. ki',

New Orleans. Simpluu and ordered a militaryroad 1 r.o I' 12:14: ii Lv.. ...-_....... NlIOgll _..._...._.__. L' 3dp Tii Foot Hogun St.; Jat krtinvillf, fla. .;
.: 17 Prior St., ATLANTA GA. to be built over It to aene iu future IIJ: J. 12 CT I' .. ___,.......Bunnell, .................. .. :3 44 I' 1iS0: a rtII :
fllO p 12 lii: I' _...__lJu Ont...._...._. .. 3n": Ii 2 a "0 A.C.HAGERTY, Grn'l Eart'n:: Par-t'o Apt., .Vw Yoik.ClMtK .
campaigns. It was begun In 1E0 0. .C\... II 41.. I 21i ,.. II. __ __...Ormond_................. .. :3 I up 4 6iI. 1IILNE, (Ji-neral FJ't'iIlLtJt'nt, New York.
but before! It was completed, In ISO. W1 8 6 J 11 1:1: p ____lIa'.uII......._....._. S 00 p 't1 III '.".. THEO. G. EGER, Wfl. P. CLVDE & CO.
For full information and eleeper! reser \ OC.. 161.. __..Fort Orang8.._.._._.. ,. 'l 6U 'SO ., jj
i. S. H. Gove the fortunes of the battlefield led the 9 ., ..2 11 I' Ar ......._......Ncw 8m'rDli......._.__. .. 2 U-.l'P C 16 II a1V31a nt-nt'lal Manager, ( t"lIt"ral.\gt'DU
rations call on any Seaboard emperor elsewhere, so he never saw I it. .C :3441i' Ar ....._....._.LakeHeleu. __. b IJ! iSp 110 P CLearliriiugh Huilding. 19 State St.. New York.
agtnt, or write While thus constructed for war no army I. = lU 3'J i. S f,5 .II. .__..... .Ora.ng City...........__. .' U 3 p Ii s. P : l
: ABCHITIXT, BUILDER AND CUNTBACTOR .: zu 45i:. III! ...._.Orang" elf, Junctlon. ... U 30 P 4.s I' _
i. :Residence and office A. O. MacDONNELL, ever crossed It. Instead of furnishIng L- I/S I' :l 23 p L' .._ ._......New $myraa....._....... Lv 22Up .05. n
northeast corner o;f Assistant General 1'assenger Agent, a route for cannons It became a r 10 110 .. 9f1 p ._..._.Oa.k lUll."................ .. I tit II a 11I.\ SOUTHERN RAILWAY.S
r Rldgewood and Volueia peaceful medium for international com. 103'1"_: :SMI: II Ar ... ...._........_ TltulIlIIo .............,.... ', 1 U I' 3 00 II ,
avenue! S. C. BOYLSTON, JR., Paw 'nger Age t C 1lJO/ :: ::= Ar ....__..........- I 3anferd:! _._......_... Lv lOUua 10 00 6. (t. ]
4 Phone 89. Daytona, Floridi JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. merce.St.. Louis Republic.The : 0 .... ..... III 00 & Ly ._ ......_..._.. Sanford ...............".. Ar ............ a 0 -- -

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Original Loteri Ll'&P.Sappho' I t ti, ll1tJ. 4 11'.1 P .. ...._..............C 11 21", 11:1.: .. ..-.._ RocUedge...___. 12 50 p..00 a ilyto Washington&NewYork"New :
Leap was the name girt' I co: II 6 J p 'U.. .. ..._.........).au U&1I16.___. 11 Ii k a ""
to white cliff or promontory anciently I U n O a 4 64 p __ _Melturn .___.__. .. II' a It .,
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.l I lt: 61" 6:11: I' ........,........lWtlwUIUI ....._._.._. .. 11 tK a a York and Florida KIJUI-SS" "Washington and Florida Limited"
New Blacksmith : called Leucadla. now Cape Duiato.. I ::111... s 2 p II __..8L Lu..18_...__...__. IU 14 .
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Shop at the southern extremity uf :Sanu: I I 45.. 4 U I' .". ....._....."...1vrI'I0rl1O............._. .. 1U (0 &alji, O 01):i II II .. _______n_ __ ______. ______ ________
:l ii a 11111.. _._..._ 'l'Ibbals _.____ S SO aT 11 5:1: p (11 ToWaihingtp- No. .It No 30 | T. Cliafanooga 1 No. IS :
And Fountain Maura one of the Ionian Islands. It: 's. 2 2:1: II 2 1:1: ,.. -_._..._.._Edct.._____._. .. 11 241I. 11 III II n I N.Y' ..t.t.I ... Clot>ioul1t1 I Florida:
City Wagon Works. was so called because:: Sappho, tl.' 2 211 ft 7 17 Ii .. .____ JenIIIR. __......... .. 1// 21 a 11 U p W _and_New_ jI.T ork_ I1 !:; _!-I u'lI. j _____and Chicago iLluiUdAugusltitf
I I QJ 2 3\1\ II 'I '8 II ..................... biuarl..._+. ..._. 1/11/ a 11 04 I' '0 i! .... .. .. I ;
The undersigned has poetess I hi reported to have thrown I I QJ 3 OM k I 66 I' I' __.__.BoL4 Sound__....__. .. fI 44 a 10 3d Iluvlolitt I 4 i'.llI 4 ;.tip laY I'll)Itilla S 43Up
opened a Blacksmith Shop on Orange p Lv SiAuguitln- I j ;jIa' Ii lUll'' Lv Ht ....... 0 lop
S herself from this height into the sea. I :3 27 k JIll. II _......_Weat iupiter_.._..._ It 824 a IU hI .I
S Q' P Lv J (K!! lIlllt'I ..iii& j ;': ILv JItCK\UlI\lItI I .. 740p94U
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between 4 'v& II 11111 l .Wed Palm 1Ieach._..__ '
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Ridgewood avenue and the railroadnear the Bond I A criminal with birds attached to him I '. .. II. \I Up Ar Wu-lilngtuii .. ... !I ;ilip' I i Arctiuiiaiuuigu, T.iin ..
492. II 15 p ............IW'o\o&l................... 1 2t a i = I 1r'H '
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Lumber Co., where the best class of work in this line will be done. to break his fall, was thrown from tilt 4 n a II 211 II Deiray. ...___ 1 10 a II as P ---- I' .
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I a 10 21 I' ..Fort Laudod&...._ .... G II a II U No. :24: -" l'W 1 S oik; ami Hoilita tlIally.
S Everything and first-class cliff at the annual festival of Apulia l 411 a 103:1 II t ... ..-._.._.... Danla ..........._._" ... .. IIIU a S oa I'I'I F.1Ites -
new and the very best and if he reached the water unhurt hewas II a lO n... ..._..........Ballandale..M....... .. .. 6 611" 1 6' Nn. r::-"ihe Huiltla Liniilfd," Iially.
of work :J II A I I 01 II ..._....._ Lemu City........__"_. ,. Ii 4 a 1 W P .00 No. 80--rue Wa=Iilnglon mid Florida I No. i.--'iii: MOIIUU LiiullfU," oiyal.o Ij
.j_ guaranteed. Give me a call. picked up by boats placed then .f'f'I.... .1l.i _? A. ...._..._..........__ Mlani.........._........ Lv 594a! 'I II PI p LluillKd.:" Daily_ 1II1:1lbroUl1ul'uIIllIi1l1'l1t't1/11111'arIOAlIaul&,
utrialliahaili MeiuLhii1 Jvan ad City.
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GEO. A FOYE Proprietor. which according to the story, lover! t'.Y lHUtt'.U't\ll tX1.tSI0 Daily EA. Athville, and Cincinnati I 'Mglu -1G- No.SO

: throw themselves in order to be free! Suii Ihua. ------ _- _1!Hln! Aiken and Augnataclnnatl I NigutTraln

i. C. WINfllNGHAM, MANAGER. from the pangs of love. 8 UtI-- ........... LY ....................-.Miami..................... Ar ............ -S SO I.T Lv Ht Dayicua Augutliie ............ ...S. I 0 4 :.mp.lUt' _ _. ._ .__. .._. ._. _. _.._. --- "
............. : lU :sa a................Ar ..................Ucme5tead.................. Lv............... 1 00 I'p Lv Juoksou\llle. .. .S S S -, duP.S Lv I.Si l'Utoiia Auutli .. .. .. .1. 4 &pAr
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Three ThlogH Deilred. :--- ---- : : .. Lvl.V .Julisuiiyill .... ..... 7 UpliGSp
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Aa a result of observation and reflection N? !! N..:: IIl1l1y No. 181No. %0 No. Ai. ..ftncliinuil.. .. .!:. --- .- .-5 __:- -II-I I Ar r.lHck.llleI.V ... ... .-...... 4 15a :.
during a long life touching public.1 SUit. ; 'i';ll: t:.. itA YPOR1' bRANCH lJall, SUD. Dall; .. Hlu .k\llle. ... ..... ... I. 4 i:..
Ollly Dilly SUb. Ouly ..o3k-IiaIly) Pullman I'raliig-nuiiiiittiid Ar Alleli .. ... .... S.>7a
f .................................................... men and measures in wide variety ]I[ 1I 1---------- -- I Micepiug through -(''It llie I' Juik Jjinaof=on\lllf to ("'lI.Ar\ul1u_ tlt _..- -._-.. . .. ,.-Otia.NO ,
would desire tliehky = --c J-
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RAT I American clvllizatlvn; Prom Great l 2 i5 I' 10 :;:i a Ii 4i I' :I Vi II .. Atlantic 1It'&C11...... 1 W a UnA! 146 p'' ..,;,,..... Lxcelent Dining Car Strvict' I arid liUtU1"B lo A1"n and
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Justice; from Germany, her theater, : -

: and from any or every European country For Sleeping Car I Reservations, Maps, Folders and Information ;
"DIXIE FLYER ; I LN1NSULAR l AND OCCIDENTAL lEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI '
ROOTED save Russia. Spain and Turkey. Us 5-- _ _ APPLY TO 1

The Nashville Chattanooga & St. Louis R'y. government White in Century.The of .cities. Audiew D. Close! Connecllon Made at Miami with Stumhlpi If the P. & O. S. S. Compau For J. C. LUSK, Dist. Pass. Agt. !


> $44 7(1( SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGLES, DENVER, AND KEY WEST. 108 West Bay St Jacksonville, Fla >
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p_ bad feller" mused Maw Hoptoad: Tlit-no Time Tatlea ehow the times at wblcb trains way be eipnclM to arrive at and depart Brooks Morgan, All( PA. Atlanta nit.! '
Qfl HELENA, BUTTE, ANACONHA JIISROITLA "He's allus In from the)! 'rralltlitllJlIlI. Jut their arrival or departure at the tlm,8 6tau I. not guaraot 4
$49 trouble. I see he's been I Duf U UU(Joui.ahy U.be Lold rt...fK>oalble for aajdelajeor)' U"lScqueucl.r1lllng tberefrom ---5 5-5 -- S 1
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$5 5 I If) PORTLAND, SEATTLE, TOCOMA, VAXCOU- "I. expect when: he he's lives to homer in Efflgy" chuckled] I for Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information If you aregoing to NEW YORKBOSTON AND THE EAST'

J U : Paw Hoptoad, "the place where so) TAKE THE
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I I and points in BRITISH COLUMBIA. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
.4. -:- __ many are hung.Houston ChronicleIpllfted. .
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J. U. RAHNER! Asst. Oen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

via Tifton, Macnn, AtlanIiixie "Yer honor the
protested seedy prisoner -- ------- --- -- ----- -- !

flyer R Kooteis t : ., )(..11 v;II" "dis Is Jist a case o' perlice pereecutlon.


down, yer honor. You ain't 'goln' tel I

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TICKETS ON SALE SEPT. 15 TO OCT. "Cer lluly not" replied the mugis. The prpat iron and tonic pill and restorative for men and women,produces
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INCLUSIVE. trate. "I'm going to bend 3Tou| up foi strength and vitality, buiiUs up the sysu-ui and renews the normal viKur, [
ninety days.! "-Philadelphia 1'rsg. Lrllll'iJl hE'althand happiness eo doses a,bos. forsale by all druggiita, I
: inrP HQIUC or"I) will llinl1lt semrely! wrapped. nnreoBlJt ol pnoa: f i.oo ver Her Ocean '1
E.: J.Florida WALKER Mlin UOIIIO. u bows: for $3.0O. l>r. Mott'H Chemical Co., Cleveland, OhK: iSteaminip Company 1t t

,. Sure of One Thing. :-0111111; Haytuna) iiy Ie Ituatt-ll e:''\> ....
.i : Passenger Agent "The life of an insurance ageii .' f4'" .. f- .) ( ,.Jl !} _
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Jacksonville sighed Premyums!, "is full of wormwood )
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No man can answer for his couragt: ),.... ( ulC .t"UI" in the Halifax, TouioLa and all rivers up Dud down the Fact Cua.* If' \ / S :

. . . who has never been In danger.- LAO- 'lVrui tl atiouaLle and Hat tfadiuu iU/Ufiokt-d. ...: _r .4 5;!

foucauld. Atlclr"1'I1I hit' Proliriettire Dajtoua.Fla.Daytona r7TI rI..rl .,i1Lk.L"P.. -5 !
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MOTTS PENNYROYAL PILLS = -:.. --Z ; :.. -

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k I | DAYTONA BAKERY _ Chemical Co., CUveUcJ, Obto. : PURE ICE 0 Most Popular anti FiiifM: ('oa twj ..-II'auwJ: I'MIIM! 'tile AtlantiC -
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Made from Distilled Water. O SA I L I NOS Bi.d 1 Lu'YTables
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It's a saving of time work and inn to 111J'o1c.11! I idiiM-t)
Fresh Bread delivered -S .
money. Factory corner Railroad and Volusia k tl :
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Daily to all parts of the city. Also Cakes, Pies and Ocean House + + + + + + .-. . .l.4 IjIlJlpli..d with all tU .lrluiwi i that tl... Nurtlein IIi I Southern war !
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every rd. Tii-kftrt fold and )liaggug.tIei.iI tl to iiI.V |1.111111 :

other production of the modern, up-to-date bake shop.QUIGG 55-_______ AsK :: S 5- =
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SAMS Proprietor. titkd
Forrateof far>, irwnatiou ull4latH III.un', HI'.. 1I1'1ly tu itattit railroaa :

< ',& MILLER Props Vol usia Avenue Rates |2.00 per Day and Upwar orders in this office for Quick work.We agent, or address! .(

(I Near D pot.is Special to Regular Boarders. Drop ; W. B. CLLMEX1S: Traveling; Pass. "Ilt.. 37 Bull :M :::avaunabG9.

NEW do therest W. H. PLEA8AM3! Vice Pre*. and l ..n'l Jlgr, J l lluR1U: ten. I'ass.A.
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