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: November 4, 1905
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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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tTo1.17, No. 23 o Everywhere. Reaches All au... Daytona Florida, Saturday, November 4, 1905.- stet Advertising Medina, DaJt..a .n. Vldalty, ti Price; '5 CentsIF s x a'

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; ; '0' ,! Overlooking the Halifax River, Daytona, Florida i ( :;

iE The hotel commands a most attractive view in direction and F V
fc of.Events. for the ,Greatest Automobile Carnival Ever Held in the every
no finer location can be found in the vicinity. It is only one mile
: ; LACE CURTAINS from.the ocean and is convenient to the depot, postoffice, churches and =
World.--Prize List is Exceptionally Large.--The Dewar and
public schools. More sunny rooms than any other hotel in town., Bathrooms
i and lavatories, with sanitary plumbing and all modern conven-
: In the very Latest Designs. .Minneapolis Club Cups the Finest ,Ever Seen. iences. Cuisine unexcelled. Rates $2.50 per day and upwards. Special
rates by the week. The only Tennis Court in the city is located on
With all indications pointing to for-All. (The winner must equal or to clause 19 of the A. A. A. Racing the hotel grounds. \

the greatest motor speed carnivalever exceed 120 miles an hour.) Rules. "An automobile, motor car, .1 f
: NEW FURNITURE jj held in the world, the Florida Five Mile Middleweight Cham- or car within the meaning of these Proprietor.
East Coast Automobile Associationhas pionship (Gasoline.) rules is a four-wheeled track or " " " " " " "

thoroughly deliberated over. its Fiye Mile Championship (Steam.) road vehicle propelled by self-con-

irk a ARRIVING DAILY. program of events for the _fourth Fiye Mile Free-for-AH Champion tained mechanical means, and provided eooeoe eo o o o

fr annual meet the week of January with suitable brakes, a differ .

22nd, 1906. Several conferenceshave ship.Ten Mile Middleweight Champion ential gear or its equivalent and a

THE BINGHAM & MAIEY CO. taken place'between the repre- ship (All Powers.) reverse gear." Under the rules the 0 Ladies :
sentatives of the F. E. C. A. A the Ten Mile Heavyweight Champion weight classification is as follows:

the Racing Board of the A.; A. A., ship(All Powers. light weight, 551 pounds to 881 b 0 T

(Incorporated) ; the National Association of.Automobile Ten Mile Free-for-All Champion- pounds; middleweight, 882 poundsto .
LEADERS IN FURNITURE | Manufacturers, and the Auto- 1432 pounds; and heavyweight, .
ship.Ten Come and see our stock of Stone Cooking I -
mobile'Club of America. The re- Mile Handicap-Open to all 1433 to 2204 pounds. .

FALL STOCK OF ALL KINDS .ARRIVING DAILY. sult is a list of events, which provides Contestants Who Start in Previous At the May 4th, 1S05) meeting of Ware and note'its- merits. Meats .

for all weights and powers Events. the A. A. A. Racing B OJ rd, it was .
cooked in the roaster of this
..++......t...s+...+...++4..N.............Nr .*.... and at the same time brings the va- Fifteen Mile Free-for-All Cham- decided "that cars be limited strict ware are 4 ;

--. -,.- 'rious cars into the free-for-all com pionship. ly to their own weight classes, since ;t tender, juicy and soft; no hard or .

4. : .petition at distances of one, f five, ten, Fifteeeu Mile Price Handicap for all cars are eligible in free-for-alls." *
burned parts. Almost impossible to
fifteen, thirty and one hundred American Touring Cars Fully This means the middle-weight cars 'i
S'd" THIS 7
; STORE : miles. equipped. cannot compete in the heavyweightclass. burn rice or other cereals. ..
I Once the cry was for a mile a Thirty Mile Free-for-All Cham- No car over 2204 pounds S
directs the attention of every mother in this town to the splendid minute but now the call is for a pionship for American-Built Cars. weight is eligible to compete in any n. i

assortment of Cttlt.DREN'S.SHOES we show at mile in two minutes, and a race of One hundred Mile Free-for-All event. a 1

?5c, $1.25, $1.35, 1.50 this character is to take place over Championship.The In order to be eligible for the t 0
the Florida sands, the winner being time trials, oars will be required to
and 200. prize list as usual will be exceptional 7
Mason & Wall
obliged to equal or exceed a speedof : in character and will con- compete in the regular competitionevents Company, e
} The shapes are built especially to 120 miles an hour. Several flyersare tain many trophies of great value. in which they are entered. No .

i- fit the growing feet and the leathers in course of ronstructiun, and The Minneapolis Cup, donated by i car will be accepted for the touring! 1 W. Edmondson, Mgr. 119 N.,Beach St. .

"". and wearing qualities such as might this startling flight of tipeed is the the Minneapolis Automobile Club car event unless fully described in
aim of the builders Herewith h}I of which Asa Paine, the new Presi- the catalogue of the maker issued not Phone 9 .

--i be expected only in the highest the list of events: dent of the F. E. C. A. A., is a mem- later than thirty days before the .

grade shoes. We ask your patronage One Mile Middleweight Championship ber, and the Sir Thomas Dewar closing of entries. All contestantswill . . . . I

atten- .(ftasoli ne.) Trophy will be among the most be subject to weight examina-
because special
we give ..
tion before and after competing.The .
WI One Mile Heavyweight Cham- magnificent. Motor racing enthusiasts i- J< tti.ttititt"< >< t "' t- t tt ,( .
r iou i to the care and fitting of obis! entrance fee for each event
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;; pionship (Gasoline.) :! who may desire as last year to except the Dewar Cup Race is $20. l lt
dren's ftet. May we fit your little One Mile Championship (Steam.) be represented in the Florida prize The Dewar race entrance fee ia $50. .

.i. one, nest time? One Mile World's Championship list, may communicate with the Entries will close January 8th, 1906. tAT
Free-for-AH for Dewar Cup. managemtnent. Such prizes will be Applications for entry blanks DOLLARSt OUR STORE
should be addressed to W. J. Morgan t
One Kilometre Record Trials for allotted to the championship races
The Globe 115 Nassau street, and from .
each weight and power class. scheduled above. the same source any additional information .1.1t
TwfAMiles-a-Minute Record Free The attention of entrants is called may be obtained. : .
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m. As visitors to the Automobile :II.ella.t winter had considerable inconvenience in finding I : .
-.' Necessary as the Keystone a suitable hotels, boarding houses and furnished rooms, W. J. Morgan, representing the meet at ; FINEST GROCERIES. :
to the arch is good plumbing to sani- !
a. tation and perfect health in the home. i New York is desirous of getting the names and addresses of all who can accomodate visitors in l

;f Run'no risks by getting inferior appar : the above requirements, January 22nd to 27th and before and after that date, as many will re- ; ";.,
I.' indifferent careless FISt INO TACKLE OF ALL KINDS.
% and bungling or
r atus : main in Florida after the races are over. :
{ 4 work because it's a bit cheaper t .

i- We charge fairly for materials and It is Mr. Morgan's intention to send out a list of such places that can accomodate visitors 1 :

i : LL work in anything, because but were the' not best.satisfied Better to our put I 2 in reply to the many hundreds of letters received by him each winter. Please state the price I I ; E T. CONRAD & CO., THE GROCERS I t

and that will be charged for hotel including board and and for the .
bill than a larger one from doctor room rooms exclusively, giving t..t t.. .tit .t. . t : .ztt
druggist. i location of the place and location of rooms. .

J D. Carmichael I II I J JI i
> Mr. Morgan can be addressed at 116 Nassau street New York City. { 1

r Phone No. 64, DAYTONA, FLA.Curiosity I II II I
I I I ...San Mateo Cigars... ; I

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: Sin. CONFERENCE. \,*...************.*.*****.
is Not Have Made {,
EF I Always a : A meeting of the Florida : -

The Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the : East Coast Automobile Association :. The Board of Trade WIU Promote the .1 i
East Cot Conference Will BeHeld I i: will be held at the Hal- : : Erection of a Government :
.. t i It will pay you to investigatethe A Reputation of
at Lake Helen. I : ifax River Yacht Club House, : Building.

w i prices and ,quality of our :. The fifteenth annual meeting of I i. Monday evening Nov. Cth, at ... The Gazette-Newa ia requested to
the East Coast Conference of Congregational publish the following official call fora
GROCERIES x :. churches will be held at i. 7:30. All members are requested :. meeting of the Daytona Board of Their Own.

Lake Helen the 15th, 16t and 17th : to be present. : Trade; '

We can save you considerable : of this month. Last year the St. ...........o.t.t..t******.* Regular Board of Trade meeting, II)
T : conference including The success o the San Mateo Cigar is one of .
Johns! river I Tuesday, Nov. 7, at 3 p. m., at the
: $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ : Jacksonville, applied to be united to An Old Relic. Halifax River Yacht Club House. the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast it

.. this East Coast conference and they S. W. Carroll unearthed a curiosity The public is earnestly invited to since the freeze i

were admitted, BO that this year all Monday while ,tearing down an attend, as matters will come before 4 5
r S. W. CARROLL, i may be represented at the coming old building in the rear of his store he board in which every citizen of Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula 1

.. meeting. room. It was an old musket, found the city is interested. We urge a of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce, and wrap- 1

i Grocer. : The churches included in this sealed up in the attic of the building large attendance that these questionsmay ped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East Coast plantations) 'l

F i The North Beach st. conference are Daytona Interlachen that had the inscription, be fully discussed. the cigar industry of the world has never produced better goods --t

w S Jacksonville Lake Helen, New W. M. MOORE, Secretary
; Telephone No. 19. : 'Springfield, 1830, cut on the look. For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union
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w ...... Smyrna Oak Hill, Orange City, This old gun; had originally been a E. T. CiiXHiU, President. ;
a..o..o............SSSSSS.oo.......o.SOSSSSIO Orange Park, Ormond, Phillips, '! lint-look, but had been transformed' Several important measures will News Company on every train entering Florida.

*****NNN.*.I I Pomona and Port Orange. into a percussion cap, presumablywhen he put forward at this meeting.One twenty sizes styles and grades to select from. ..y
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d:'. wt The ministers are: this style of arm first came of the principal ones will b- torojwt

; Bond Lumber CompanyMANUFACTURERS : Breckenridge, Elmer W. Butler E. into use. II the old gun could talkit > the erection of a government FOR SALE BY ALL DE LERS. .1

: Henry Byrons, Sullivan F Gale would probably have a wierd tale building to he used as a postoffice. Manufactured brS.
OP :I Joseph C. Halliday, Malcora D. Her- of Indian warfare to unfold. It[ is thought by a number of con- ]

'i rick, Byron F. Marsh, Mason Noble,I servative business men that if the W. ROWLEY. SAN J"LOIUDA.MATEO s J

ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER ... .... L. J. Sawyer, Moses C. Welch Jacob Northeaster Does Little Damage. matter is presented to the postoffice 1.1Si
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PINE AND CYPRESS and Charles M. Bingham. 1 -
.m Winslow Old Boreas has been spending his officials. in the proper manner that .

Flooring Ceiling, Brick, Lime +i The program of the conference, forces during the past week, but they can be induced to erect a build-
Lath, hingles, Office and Vardi: EBIt COM /1 just issued, shows that several Daytona i little damage was done hereabouts.The ing in Daytona. Free delivery of H. T. McCLELLAN,
and 'Cement in Stock. Hallway and Orang" Avenu will take Among :themailswillalMbediscussed.aswill
)[ people part. tides on the beach and in the
MILLS-Bona Mill.Atl.utlc Coa.t"ne KJ..100 miles. eoutb. or Jaelt.tonvUle.K.lamalooon 1 I them are: E. N. Waldron Rev river have been higher than at any several other matters of vital interest 'ORNAMENTAL WOOD WORKER.Window .
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y Sauford Branch of the F Byron F. Marsh and Rev. C. M 1. previous time this year. The ways to the residents of and visitors and Door Frames, any kind or Htjle. Window and Door!Screens.Mantrla. .

:.* Phone 83 R. J. MALBY. Manager.. Bill (ham. washed around some of the telephone to Daytona.For Cabinet work, Etc Colonial Columns, Porch Columns, Newels and Bal-

E,.(rte ........66a666666..6.................................................................-...-.. .-.- ............................ of the poles of the Florida East I 4 untradea! for stair or porch work Brackets Scroll Sawing, Etc.
= the 18th present
j About Coast Automobile Association's lineon Rent--A six-room house new,' New Machines and SKilled'Help..
0"": and W. Zim will commence -
+ Lewis
r', H.. Y BRACEY 1.UNUFACTURERofBlGHGRADE .I the publication of the St the beach,but otherwise did little on Ivy Lane. All modern conveniences. Am fiinl fur luniiifrt.. Will call for your order.

:t: Moss and' Fiber ,Mattresses. I Augustine Meteor. The new.paperwill damageAt St. Augustine the storm was $400 unfurnished.for season, furnished to, Shop on North Ridgewood, Kingston, phone 123. _
or $300 Apply
folio pub- and considerable
column more severe
'.tc' Bwfcr b Second Hand Furniture and BgJJ"Furniture Made as Good a.New be a seven resulted. W. W. Abercrombie. Satisfaction Guaranteed.i" .
,F1a"Y weekly.
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Shoes' Anthony's $hoes a. ... tJ'"

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Silent Salesmen. Session opened at p. m., : V _
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Salesmen. ; .
singing several songs. eo _.. '. <. ...: .. r.-r"..._,._;.' .,. : ..'>
-'i. __ ". ". Prayer by Rev. H. G. Porter of c : ... ..'!::.:," "- Ji..
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Miami.V Song, "Revive Us Again. .-'i"-. |3T
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Minutes of morning's meetingwere :,,-,. t"

read. Discussion on next place .fJt t
Anthony Brothers. of meeting for convention a committee ,
being appointed to.decide the ",

matter. V S

Paper by Dr. Edith R. Brush, of :fsu
The in our Ten Reasons Why 1 ""
$ V Daytona, on "Saved for Service, as
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Shown in Works of Mercy and .. :- ;{.
jVV -': .----- VF Help." This interesting.It :
: was: followed by a discussion led Contest are now looking over ans 1 fin

by Mrs. M. M. P. Dean, of DeLand. C

Several of the pastors and others told f ,...
received The name of the winner
interesting experiences in this linof wers : .
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We will open our Daytona work, President Mills closing with

: a few good remarks. tij: -j
will be announced next week. Itft'
store on Beach street about Paperon "Helpful Hints for Social i "":: .
; sessions, by Mrs. A. Mason, of p1

r Daytona. This contained many
: November helpful suggestions:' which would be 3

well for social committees to adopt.A I h.d.

discussion, led by the district V : ,

.If' r- 0 secretary, who requested a copy of .' l'
V 0 ,
VV the paper for the league at Jackson- V

A temporary front will be ville.Paper by Miss Pearl Kooker, of V .VVVV .-- y yj1 1 1.t.

.! V Jacksonville on "Your Junior

V League. What Will You Do WithIt
used account of the
on I II I ?" Discussion was led by Rev. H. 'i

G. Porter of Miami, followed by

: recent breakage of our otheis. Rev. J. L. Folsom, of Hastings HE GRUBER-MORRIS !.: i 1 !

gave some interesting experi- c
nces in his Junior League work. U

plate glass. ,0 Meeting adjourned at 4:4o: ; p. in. HARDWARE COMPANY INC.


The evening. session opened at s- --- .

7:00: o'clock with a praise service ---
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V led by Rev. Dowlin. A METHODIST CONFERENCE. The Daytona Institute, [First pub. Kept.3u; lust pub. NOT.ISJADMINISTRATOR'S '

V Opening song, "It is \\'ellVith 166 Falrvlew Avenue NOTICE.

My Soul." Prayer by President I Miss Eta May Stewart, Th. B. 1'rint-ipal.)

Mills was followed by another song. Meeting; of St. Johns River District Branches.Instruction Children in Elementary of tourists and way Higher con i.VOTICE' legatees is,hereby distributees given that aDd all all creditor persons,

I There were several good, sharp testimonies Was Held Last Week at tlnue__studies begun at home__,__ __ gainst wbomsoever the Estate having of II.claims. lute fritz or demand Under

by members of congregation Seabreeze. r...!*.!!!!....!!....!....!..!............-...........................u.......................:.. wan are required wliblu to t r. .. teL tbe tame to the
UNeville uudvrtiigued mu yean from Ida

t. cluing: with, a prayer' by- W. The district conference of the | H.: Clark date bt>rt'uf. MAHIK AdmluUtrator IHCIEMAM. ,of
F. Miller! of Miami.I i tbef !nleuf FrillLlodermaa.
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Brothers.ny'sSh .Jacksonville District of the St, Johns .4 with

Anthony I S(l\ "IWs Jesus' Carey bv Rev.Dowlin. : (Hiver( Conference of the Methodist 1 Ii I I OPTICIAN. Ui Florida,September tbe Will tt. 16.Notice AnneiidOrmond .
I) I i I [Episcopal: Church held its session: at i. Ii IiI. i 4'

Minutes of afternoon session -
were SiS. of Application for Final
Seabreeze, October 24th and 23th. Iiit 1 .
next read. The then calledfor V
pre-idfnt: p
The dihtrict conference convened Dilchar/le./: -
i "Men in Church and i. V
\ paper 011 with Presiding Elder Dr. L. S. Notice \* ht-rrby given! that six monthtafterdate
it'S to wit: oil the ud day of March
I Anthony's Shoes j : league From Woman's Stand- Uader in the chair. The conferencewas ... I'Wi,or at HOOU tb rv&ft r a* 1 caD be heard, _
I I 1 make my finaL returns as executor of
1 Mrs. W.V.. Swain of **
point, by)
S I are organized for business by the Ii tbe Last Will aud Tebtauent of Henry
I Keecb, deceased, to the County Judge of
Salesmen.I Jacksonville.Talk .
Silent ... Salesmen. election of II. G. Porter of Miami as I i. U Eyes i jj: Volusla County Florida, aDd ask that tbe
I iMJrttt : : same t.e allowed and approved and that a
'Lkr "Woman in the Church} .
-rw i I secretary. After some business was I.1.:. At Clark's Jewelry Store. tj linal discharge. be granted me a. such executor
and League From a Man's Standpoint aa................... .................... *.1 O M UINGHxM.Jri
V V ---_ I I transacted}, a paper was read by 0. I,I .........._..>**f::..*.....I*...*.4S.aU444aI.*a i, l ----
by W. F Miller, of Miami.
: C. James of South Jacksonville on I TTT TTTTTTTTT.-- .-. -. .. _. .
Opportunities \Flrbt pub Hept. 2; laHpub. Nor 25.)
business Methods in Church Wbik : 3
EVERY SATURDAYT. I ," by Rev. C. C. James, ofSouth t COTTAGES FOR RENT.
II I At 7:30 p. m", HE'v. 'V. E. Deanof t NOTICE OF GARNISHMENT.In .
Officers for the Year Elected. This address One six-room house :
1:. FITZGERALD, Editor Ensuing DeLand ]
preached.Vednesday Circuit Court,Seventh Judicial
Interesting Papers Read and I I was very impressive. morning, October 25, at 9:00: o'clock : with bathroom, furnish- j: Circuit, iu and for YolusM County -
;i e.)i.BUQ..KU..President J. D.C. MOBRII, vice pmldent Song) "Draw Me Nearer"was. : Florida.
V T. E. FITZGERALD' Secretary and Treasurer Discussed. I by congregation. the sacrament of the Lord's supper ed.J 3 i
sung : The tiruber-Morrid. hardware -
The convention opened Thursday was administered. This was followed : Also four-roomed j jJ :
; THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY on Th president then called on \'. one Company a corporation -

( INCORPORATED ) October 2Gth, 19U3, at 0:2: ,> a. I JJ. L. Folsom to J lead in a consecration : by reports from pastors. Dr. cottage, furnished or : oigauueil! tuidex- -
under Ibe LaW oftti&
I1V at the M. E: Church Seabreeze Rader reported the work of the district. -
m., on
servire. After a short talk he uufurnsihed. i \ State of Florida,

Entered at the Postoffioe at Daytona, Florida, aa Second Claaa Matter. avenue, Daytona Beach. I I jacked. the members of convention to 1 Plaintiff vs. ,

; Worship, led by Kev. F. M. Dow I ,mah this promise "I 1 am going Dr. F. Dowlin spoke on the Both New } .Jallll'K jjvhiig: lk-fl'luJt'nt.

: Subscription $1.50 Per Year in Advance. lin of Daytona. Opening song, h0m.. to win a soul for ( !od before Preacher in His Pulpit, and Rev. ** THUMBS WLTUERLLL, 4 .1.! U. iirowu 'Las. G.
BurKoJl1, [). MiLami,
"Pass Me Not." Opening prayer annual eonfeivni-e t lime." Ianytitaili' Addysmith spoke on The Preacherand } Holly Hill, :Fla. CJ,' II. Uiil lough and J. W.

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1005. by C. D.I Mills of Jacksonville: piesident -! the promise' i after which (hey the Times. These were followedby i *4 .f.....................,.. \i\ilLiu.uu, tiurnidieea.ToJuines .

--- of district. I gat In-red around, the altar with profitable discussions.! At 11:23: ) Lovflfxs, IMeiiJaut, J. 6.tirowu. .
HeC.. C. James E. L. STEWART, M. D. 'has.! 0.i Burgoyiw, D. McLaren.
a. in., preached
SEABREEZE[[ AND DAYTONA BEACH served, and the guests left with After reading I the Scripture lesson: : j i prayers and song's. Several asked I Physician and Surgeon 'Latt. Bitlluugh! and .1. W. \Vilkinnou, J

iappyimpressiona of Mr* add's from; r lea. 1, Kith; verse, also John, I for prayer to do lid ter work in the sermon of the morning session. !Special. attention to lil&castM of the (iaruiMltl't' anti all other jiermiiM! iutcr-
After dinner the district confer- 1'10 tJ.iJ:
resourceful hospitality.The hit chapter, the president: gave a I Go.t.vill<'prt!. EYE, EAR, THROAT and'I NOSE. You arc IIP rfby notinVd. that thu Gru- 3t
Thing Heard and Seen on the Peninsula Indies' Sewing Circle met short talk on the verse, "Come now, Tin session closed} I by. all singingthe enoe resumed its labors; further OOlcr and residence: Palmetto: aenuKira tiiT\loriiN Hardware! 'ouijiauy, a cor- -
business was taken and committee door north or Catholic Church. (Miration[ ot"JtuuiZf'41 and eiiHtiug under
and let up .
with Mrs. R IH together Isa
Opposite of Interestto E. Ladd last Friday reason Doxology.HMI) .
Daytona Telephone ;i.vtC. time La\\M of the :Suite of Florida, baa afternoon. The election of officers I 11 181h'l'rsp.. lie t1MoKMMl.. on resolutions were ordered to ---. ---. the 27th day of April instituted! suit in

Our Readers. will take the the contention, "Push! Your League." Rlillriore report at night service. C. BOHANNON, aHHiimphit, wheieiu Jauifs o\elei 8 Uutade
place at next regular I A prater aud! praiitst'r: ) defendant, and \\lu-iein a writ of
The following arrivals are noted Nov. 10 The character of E. V. Blackman, Physician and :Surgeon.; guriiNlimHiit ishiiwl. on .1. (J. Brown,
meeting, and a full attendance After another! song, several tpsti-I vice was lieM} at MN a. in. At nine ;
within the past week: C. G. Smith is much desired. I a local preacher, was passed.: OftU-e oxer thf AtWood I'Lannacy. H/U.h Wins. (0. Biirgo.viie, I H. Mi-ljireii, Cbas.Ballough .
very monies wen given, uhich \\ 'clock! the election of officers for the and JV.. ViIkineuui.1'uitt .
V brother and family from New The first 'pre"E'I'1 The character of the S. J. Street, 1>A\TO\A, FLOKIUA.Xo. ; ad respoii1eimduni
services MUiuinoiiH
will he held in helpful. I ensuing year closed the the Epworth Garra-j a
brant lot-al IIIei)1Li1Ie) 74. WILt delivered to J. it. Turner, Sheriff uf'c.tuMial'ullllt.v
? Hampshire located at his home on the new Congregational church, on The meeting was railed to older I I League Convention.Everyone V a preacher, was I, \ (' Florida,cm the 27 tb day

Valley street; Mr. Weller and family, Qlenview Boulevard, by Hey. Marsh, by the president: the distr'u-t, secretary -I who attended these ser- and license renewed. I J. E. Rawlings M. D. of April, A. V. lao; and was un the 'I:
occupying of the Phillips cot- The following new preacheis were 26th day of .May, A. I D. 1M)3; returned
part of the Davtona
church Sun- I
pastor Miss
Abbie ices
K. Avery, of Jacksonville wag greatly blessed and will that the defendant .1 It 1IIt'1I Loveless cannot -
tage on Seabreeze avenue; Mr. and day afternoon Nov. 5. then called the roll, each: return home to do )better woik in I introduce' W. E. Dean, F. M. I! Office over Gllle's Drug Store In found in the State of Florida
Dowlin and! wife C. C. James and after September 10. And are further notified) that the
Mra. Barrett and Mr.and Mrs. Miller, The Colonnades is in the hands of 3011
chapter answering to the roll with individual leagues. 'Pllo 'n:. 39.HH. naid James ,Loveless and all other perKOIIH -
in the Bleakman fiat on Valley artisans and is _______ i to
I] many being thor- report of secretary. Eight, out of wife.The I I II illlt'rt'lott'd aie beieby require1

etreet; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Stuart, oughly repaired and refitted in view eleven chapters in the district, Raw Will Soon Slaughter Canines,, night session commenced at I SEELYE, A. B., A. M., M. 0.f'.sician appear or|lfor, plead the fil'Mt or demur Monday in in Haid Dei-ember suit on,

from Gorman, N. H., have a suite of of an early ojiening. A row of pal- good reports for last! year. Very Marshal( Zuber will 7XJ:() p. in., by an address!: : God's and Surgeon. ISMl.'i. A. H,, h.iuJt the 4th day in said
in the soon Call the Chun Rev. H. Q. mouth otherwise default will be entered
Shell to
looms Cottage, Ocean metto trees, following the east driveway i Reports of district officers followed 'ommence, the slaughter of canines. by !;iwi.mrt1 facilities fur Eleitrkal X Kay, against \011.
Boulevard,with Mrs. Stuart's mother Porter, Miami this was followed bya Higti Frequency, Ultra Violet Kay, Vi
has just bern set out. Letter of greeting from the ; I I, LA Mils & FISH,
Ep'OflhLfa Thus far taxes; have been paid on | bratory, fhellutll and! I'lJlUplettned Air
Mrs.Middleton Mr. and Mrs. Charles I Kev. F. M. Dowlin of T.I E FmutBALD,
: ; Miss Alice Daugherty will leave ut" of the M. E. Chinch, South thirty dogs. This leaves about sermon by Tieatiiieiit of Eye:; Ear:; None, TLruut, Attot11t'YH for the: iiuber-Morris Hardware
Fogg, from New York, in their new this week to complete in then Daytona Lung and Nervous Dinoidera) : ; Kheuinatiaui .
a course Company.i
was the
residence by st'nrtar). I twenty in the city upon which the (.'ttuterTuinorn. binea-ies of W oiiun
on North Valley street, the business After which the committe on resolutions -
department of Stetson Talk
by Kev. G. F. Scott, of Lxw-: tax has not been paid. This bx and Chronic AilOlt'utH.I ----
and Mr. and Mrs. Campbell occupy- University read: their report, which was: Office at reMideiue, 127 So. KidgfWOud.Office .
tty, on "The Relation of the Leagueto was due and payable the first of I First put Oct.:S-: last pub. NOT. 1)
: ing the Butler cottage below Daytona Mr. and Mrs. Holmes and little Church unanimously adopted by a rising Hours: 7Uiuaa. in., 1 to3dtop.w.!
Membership, was followed October, hut the authorities were Telephone XII.'I/ ;;. Notice of Garnishment.
Beach. I ___ _
granddaughter arrived from
by a discussion! of the subject lenient the first month vote.The .,
now Mihic ( L.rliitt
j of lIce
I 1..0.0000100000000000.00. t'uurt J u
!! C. C. Allen state organizer and North a few days since and are located by delegates. following were in attendance County of Volu-ia'
I who of the Peace
everyone owns a dog has hadan district J '. '\ \
r lecturer for socialism, lectured iu in the cottage on the river Paper by Mrs. M. M. P. Dean) of opportunity to pay, the ordinance I from various places,. : Revs. L. S.1 I|I | DR. BRUSH g !UM.. BlnsUuni. Jr. fialntltf

Wilman's Opera House Sunday afternoon front. l Hauler, Addeyman Smith, James V I VII
DeLand, on "Power in Prayer, I How will, be strictly enforced, and the 1.1 0 }UOMKOl1TiIIC( 1'HYSimXD :\ : Mary i::' Huiidsand,,
to an interested. audience. Obtained." This Falsoni, F. M. Dowlin, \\ E. Dt> D : H.Hubert A. (' '1'.1'\11114.1"ok, (iurul-lire.efendanl9 (
Death of Edward Camprelle. was so complete killing will commence. Under the G. F. Scott : a 1 To :\Mkrv K:. Hand, mid Ko *rtT. andf.
M. Elrod G
A. H.
Questions were propounded and ,
and spiritual that no discussion followed. ordinance 0a ;, I'effiiUanla, laud all other? v show it way
____ii4 answered. Edward Camprelle for :: ; owners are also liable toarrl"st Porter and C. C. James, and Mesdames : ouic Dieeases a Spet'laity. : cuiireru:
many You ofUarHihwenL
0 0 are hereby uutltted that a writ
resident and fine. Swam, :Mackey, FaKom, ------ ----- I has been laiued In the above
a of
years Daytona but who a
Mrs. J. Clyde Powers and daughter Those: present listened) to a paper .James, Hooker, Venamen, Dean and : cause. and that your property iu the band
for the last DR. E. R. BRUSH j of H. A. I'ook lias been garliHOeed,and that
: Mabel,' of Indianapolis. Ind., year or more has by Mr. Dwight, of St. Augustine, 01 Hail, happy day! the Dowlin, Messrs.: )Miller Young, I : 0 p I unless you appear Urfore iald court on or
been living at St. CC:, btfoit-' the fuuilu day of '' A. D-
_ have written for room reservation at Augustine, died 'District Rallies and World I Evan -\ i Dwight) and Carter. : 0 DEM'1ST.Xo ; .I I I**, Judgment by default vtlll be vu1rulaga1iiL

IVV the Clarendon for the entire Friday of last week and was buried gelism." This J---. ._'- ., i 0 .I : )OU. .
season. --
I was followed I by a 0 .I j 1 bU(A tober Ail), 1 tU5.I'
Sunday. Mr. Camprelle was said ___ __. Bruce Wells the unfortunate : 60 Third I M HIMOUAMJW.PiAflLi.
-r Ifiey nave spent their winters at the discussion on eXpt'r t>J'f's.in. world -V--- & colored : Avenue, :I I T. K. Flt/ge.'Hld! ,
) Clarendon for several to lie quite wealthy and was well \ --A- man who went insane last week : LaudlaA ('Uh.
seasons past evangelism and other department -- | Opposite Public Sehoot.S :'I I Attoi ljya for Plulutitf.irirst I

and are pleasantly remembered here. known throughout the state. His of l league work. pare coming south. gave the officers a lively tussle before .. ..:
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-----4 One of the bright social events will has been filed for probate iu St. I he was taken to DeLand. He .- ---- ---- !.1 pub. Oct. :2Ian: pub. Dec. lt)

;Vz that broke last week's routine was John's county and leaves all his .................................... ............... I tore Marshal Zuber's coat off his T. E. FITZGERALD Notice to Debtors and Credior5.In .

an evening vith Mrs. E. R. Ladd. property to his widow, who is named :. ". I back, set fire to the jail, and then II j ATTORNEY AT LAW I the. County JuJ",.-' Court lu aud for

; as executrix. .. I gave Sheriff Turner several kinds of !< DAYtONA, FLORIDA. VOIUbll&'uunly.o'hlrlda.. ".
; Some
eight or ten friends were lu Ilit mallei of the Ksiale of Henry
Mr. Camprelle was a years i Edw. G. HarrisPHOTOGRAPHER I picnic between here and DeLand.) Associated with I (Colclouvb, deceased
present, among whom were Mr. and :g : i.1 LANDIS & TISH I II To all creditors I"IS"I.-, distributees'
of :Mrs. uamauds -
age. said, 5DeLanJ Florida uudulluibei uerwiiiahuiliu! claim* 01
ilrfl. Digett of Sheffield England, : I against the Kstate of Henry V.I01-
will return to Daytona Spec-Sal) facilities fur dough dtct-ued
as : New and Changed Advertisements. examining land titles :
r here on a visit to their two sons, one i ;I Office in Atwo<...1 I Mm.k i'hoiie 1 >t.STEWART' iou luttt hereby r"'Iuld to pr.M-nl your
she settle her uld tlIlale; **
can affairs in St. cluluis and dtiuaiidaaguinal > .
: of whom is W. L. Diggett of the Augustine i The following new and changed I I hll.&I "Hwart- the undersigned: at the offlc.of '1. K. ?1t*,
I r.lrora my gerald.of l'mty tuna, VoluilaCounly, I"lorldl&|
Merchants Bank Daytona. The advertisements appear in the advertising : Mltbln une year froiu dale, or your. claimsaia
a evening pleasantly with Peck Block 'I columns I of & ELY, dt-mauds will be forever t.Lrftd.flared A. J)., I**"
was this
___ spent Place your orders for Boston : 'Phone 91 : issue of the I tills! -"tli day of Uttobtel

J games and reminisences of the "old brown bread and baked beans with i : I'Gazitte- e\\'s: LAWYERS, Administrator JOHN V. COLCLUt'UH the EtaLe,of Henry

J2V ,ount.n Dainty refmhmentg were I the Gramling I Smith!! A Thomas .. .. ............ ...Yage j X V. Colclough,deceased.
Bakery Anthony Brothers .. .. ... ....... Office in Bank
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I Auurneji lor Administrator.

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I- 't."i.... .............i. Rev.JF.O'Boyleis home! fji.. Mm. STRANGERS. IN ONTOM. MINNEAPOLIS TROPHY SELECTED MW BUILDING' PERMITS MR. AND 'MRSABtE: r liE;: MT&E.P1epNb11:' ; -

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: ................ M. B. Aultman visitor to I
was a More New Faces ire Seen on the Tho Flour CJtvAutomobUIBU Will offer Were Issued During the Month of During the Past Summ They Have Aj Iat.r.ee34.4fti News From

___ .: ro\l pay your good money Jacksonville Tuesday. Streets Thin Ever Before at One of the Handsomest Trophiesfor October-Improvements for Month Visited Many of the Countries y I" t&eftafiKscYBiafetatbe, *. .
- '? t.glass, solid gold and 'j!::.,.i-_ .
Huy1r's candies at Clark's.Charles .
; This Season. the Coming Meet. Aggregate $20,000. of Europe. r .
:fer, you get returns
,N6 misrepresentation.. here. Miller a well known col. That Daytona will enjoy the greatest Minneapolis Journal of Oct. A total of twenty building permitswere Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adler, who Mr.anMr.1tLLuTherrywhohave

_'g we sell is guaranteed ex- ored man, died Monday.The tourist season in its history is 24th contains the following article issued by the Mayor's office have spent the past six months traveling been visiting :Mrs. Lnfb> irfs':

,; represented. All goods colored camp meeting will !now a foregone conclusion. Many that will be of interest to readers of during the month of October. The in Europe returned to Day- mother Mrs. Brohm, left for their.

- :. [free. L. H. ROWE & Co. open at Titusville on November 9. remarks have been made of late the Gazette-News: total value of the improvements assejt tona, Wednesday and have been borne in Jacksonville Sunday. :; -'

_. about the unusual number of new The Minneapolis Automobile-Club forth in the permits amounted to kept busy, by their many friends F. Dondinville's houses. are finish
iW.'G'ruber West Palm Charles Dougherty has been shak-
__. of Beach/I hands visitors who are this early withinour has accepted the Alfred J. Lenz design 19,870, but as the estimates are unusually relating incidents and circumstances ed and he is furnishing them.'
:t:. ihe city last Saturday and ing with old-time friends in low it be safely said that of the trip.They D. W. Winn and crew arejjia4
; this gates. Some of the young ladies for a prize to be offered as the can .
Daytona seek. have even gone so far as to notice "Minneapolis Trophy" to be awardedto the improvements now under way in left New York on the tenth Daytona putting down *ells % f; r

__: .1i,aey Carey D. Landis was in tA full line of CRAXE'S fine note that a larger percentage of young the stock or touring car showingthe the city will amount to at least of May and since that time have vis Last week L. Kennedy shippeda

:p l', Tuesday on professional papers just received at Clark'sMr. men_ than is customary are here. Be greatest speed in the specialrace 25000. ited'most .every European country. quantity of oranges. ,
'.....: is the list of permits They spent three weeks at Granson Mr. Coffy is builring a large re-
and Mrs. E. M. Condit returned the latter as it may, however it is a in January on the Daytona- Following

.'1-Carter has accepted a posi- Wednesday night from a noticable fact that Daytona is beginning Ormond course in Florida. granted: Switzerland the guest of Jules frigerator' in the market for J. A,

irith Anthony Brothers' new visit to Chicago.E. to put on her winter airs and This trophy will cost $3,000 and Geo. H. Hughlett lot 2, block 52, Despland, a brother of Leon Des- Tedder -. 1

furnishing store. soon the streets of our pretty city will not be offered for the erne -,residence, 2800. plrnd of this city. i Mr. Bellamy shipped oranges last

: W. Greene and arrived, will be thronged with visitors. chauffeurs, with their racing cars. H.T.McFaddenlot2, block 52, Mr. and Mrs. Adler landed inNew I Tuesday.
; Hattie Rogers, of Grand home Friday evening last from tffeir York Oct. 19, and after spend- Our postmaster is about to resign
Most of the winter residents have Itwill be put up as the prize tor brick structure, 2800.
_ :sjb Mich., is the guest of her vacation in the North. V 2 few there sailed for and there two in the
returned ana- cottages that were a five-mile race between regulation Harriet WilUume lot 1, block ing a days are applicants .

:,"]. lis Ada Anderson, at this Lapsley Keller has been the guestof dim all summer are now lighted up cars and to retain possession of it residence, 1500. Florida on the Clyde Line. field for his office.

his mother, Mrs. J. C. Keller, fora I with brilliancy every evening.One the driver winning it the first time S. B. Green, to move tin shop.S. J. Y. Detwiler.waa in town Sun-

"e1fjL Robbins and wife whose few days this week. gentleman remarked Wednesday must score two additional victories W. Carroll, lot 1, block 49, repairs Notice to Subscribers.A day. ; -

is at Cincinnati, arrived Tues- 9Dainty cakes for dainty lunchts that it seemed to him that the before it can become his private $50.Peter number of subscribers have enquired The new school} building in Blake

} ight for another winter in at the Gramling Bakery.C. Florida East Coast train pulled into property.The Ladis, lot 3, block C, repairs why the Florida Sun had not is quite an addition to that burg.

'':Mn&. G. assistant general Daytona both afternoon and eveningwell trophy is an art symbol of 10. been received, and we desire to state Gee. F. Lufberry arrived Tuesdayfrom

arrived from Grand Floyd filled, but that most of them detrained speed. The designer has swung F. J. Niver, Ivy Lane, residence that the Sun has not yet been issued Jacksonville.
J."K. Davis freight agent of the F. E. C. Ry., I
at Daytona. This is putting the racing automobile tire about $1,700.F. but is expected: to soon commence
,rids ilich., Friday evening of was in the city yesterday. a
_ N. Conrad Ivy Lane, residence, As the First Dance of the Series.
week and as usual, will spend it a little strong perhaps. silver earth and from its swirl publication soon as paperis -

in Daytona. I Mr. and Mrs. Myron I Peck went it) Moat of the hotels will open next evolved decorative bronze figures of 1700. issued our subscribers who are The Clerks' Club, a social organ- -

tenter Miami Thursday night to visit theij A. R. Edwards, to move building. entitled to will
month. Those already open report "Yictor)'/ carrying a shallow silver a year's subscription ization of young men, held the first

ir; and Mrs. George F. Brown I daughter, Mrs. F. W. Amason. jMrs. excellent business for this time of bowl. This symbol is set upon abase J. E. Rush, fractions of blocks A receive their copies.A dance of the season at the opera

[red from Charlevoix, Michigan.artagain G. W. Moore and Mrs. Joseph' the year. Everything points to a I of Mexican onyx and that uponan and F, repairs, $150.G. house Tuesday evening. About

:, : m-cupying their home,. Merrifk dime down from Hartford, big .season and the hotels and boarding ebony base. Its lines are beautiful Weaver, lot 9, block 52, addi- Business Change. twenty couples were present and the

jI :corller of Hidgewood and SRoxhy Conn., Tuesday for thft winter.'What houses are preparing it. and graceful and it will make tion, $800. Edward E. Pierce of Narragansett -:. affair was a decided success from asocial

;.. yenu9I. .is Lily Water? Call at 9Baked beans at Gramling Bakery one of the most handsome automobile J. C. Rainaford lot 11, block 51, Pier, R. I., arrived in Daytonalast standpoint. Mrs. Spangler -

William arid sons, William the electric light plant.J. today. trophies now open for the competition I residence: 1500. Saturday to make this place his furnished music forthe occasion.

.r;;$nI Frank, arrived home Fridayof I home. Mr. Pierce has purchased The next dance of the series will

(-iDg last: week from Waynes U. Moore and family have nirivwl the electrical business of J. C. Pette- be given in about three weeks.

"V N. C., where they have he9( from Hartford, Coun., and are,t LET US HELP YOU BUY IT. pher and will hereafter conduct the

"' nding the summer.Mrs. / domiciled at their Itidgewood hotnV| I same. Mr. Pierce is a thorough Notice of Annual Mectln .

:: Edward White ani veil Jlon- Miss Kate Mendel returned to her We are offering some attractive piece of realty at figures that will loosen the electrician and a fine gentleman. He The annual stockholders' meetingof

; from riainfifbl, N. J., to join IxMite in Titusville Monday, after a I .'Ul'>'t> tltriliKIl <>( tlw most cou 'rvativp. Amoug them are: expects to put in a large stock of the Equitable Building and Loan -
'husband, who has been here few days visit with her brother J. YDlJD OWU electrical goods at once. The Co., of Daytona, for the election of

,Tenl...- weeks siij'eiiiiunding the P. Mendel and family at this place. un n No. 170. 5 room cottage on the tat: side Pine :street, lath and plaster, fully Gazette-News wishes the new firm officers, and reports, will be held in -.;..

di K of lis new motor Loat. tllu'lt'r's candies at Clark's. furni-ihed with up.to-date furniture-everything brand new, house just finished and abundant prosperity. A their office, 120 Beach street, Tues

=Jltwoautom"-I.>! and Westing And HOW the Miami Metropolishas never occupied. Lot 100s242, ruuuing from Piue Valley street, Daytona Beach. sFull line of the National Biscuit day evening, Nov. 7, 1905. at 7:30.

"* '.j engine \\\ilb\\ direct connected : a libel suit on its hands. Last 1'11St'IU the pusioffaVe and S llovk! south Seabreeze avenue. Vr\e\ 2,000.00. Co.'a goods!: at tlie Gramling Bakery. E. G. HIRKIS.I. Sec.. :_
250 Ii rlil3, for sale. Alonzo Saturday II. J. Burkhart instituted a -
_ _wmo.__ > ,. tl I"fII"ll--- ;. 15 1. 6 room house on lot 200 by about 400, corner Valley street and EarlI'lId :.......... ...,...,...... ............,..,.. .t
g.1r.tJ.l\( ;ulllnru..m-n Sill L lur Ii''TU\1OrIUI' 11 \I ,ijk\ ;. "
$; amatory[ article k fronting. oil the river. Hat % acre grape viuea and has guava. plum. : COMFORT CORDIALITY CUISINE
hiTs. I. M. Tracy (If Georgetown i -
Halt that canut be beatenSMITU :
M a large garden spot
the Starr house and 1t-lUo .
",.wlo occupied) The hunting season in Florida pear orangI'

:'&> fasoll, now owne
pbtl'd, has rental the saw ngnin the local shots have been in- the '
'this season through J. W. \V ilk- woods looking for game,:most of them i .

<.'8011.' returning euwessful. & THOMAS sr\a*" SEkEY. Proprietor. :
':>, 2>. ix5-t vv
Mi88J. E. Cari.ey, of the Woman's I Come in and see our china display avenue''l.c Rates on Application. :
Real Estate Fire/Life and Accident Insurance. Situated on Volusia "' 1 board a specialty. J-
change, has arrived and will open ; some very handsome pieces of near the Halifax River. 1"IiM '&t,: .. .. --
L .Exchange on or about Noy. 15. hand painted ware at Clark's Jewelry ELECTRIC LKiHTS, BATHS. AND ALL MODERN IMPROT&Bnia -.,.aJ _."-.
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be the storetm -
disa i Carney will at Store.T. J -

; 19{) to 11 and :2 to 4 daily until H. Hutchinson' an expert accountant -. Mrs. T. E. Fitzgerald has been in America. I Dr. P. R. Bennett, lot 5, block 18, 1 STANLEY HOUSE run in connection. as a rooming house. 3* ,.
.' opening. I of Jacksonville, has been l'nnfintltl to her room the past week The "Minneapolis Race" will be residence $3,500.Dr. ). **************************************************** -

by illness. for five miles and preparatory to P. R. Bennett, lot 5, block 18, -- -- I
: tDr. J. H. Pierson, Dentist, Peck in the city this week conferring with -
South 'Phone council in reference to I 501d-fashioned pound cake at the seeing the contest Colonel F. M. residence, $3,500.
ffBlock,opposite Bridge, the city opening I --- -
has been the
.fl08-2* r. Residence 39-3 r. a new set of books. Gramling Bakery.Mr. club Joyce to arrange appointed the "Minneapolis by Jas. H. Johnson lots 10, 11 and FURNITURE, RUGS AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS AT THE

.; and Mrs. Ball and Mr. and 12, block 49, tank house $100.A. .
Edward E. Pierce of Narragan- The element played some ,
:; ; younger <' al" train which will leave
|lett Pier, H. I., has purchased. the ludicrous pranks with signs and! Mrs. Smith of Asbury Park, arrived I flour i-ity on Jan. 20 and return L. Bartlett, lot 4, block 9, residence New Low Price Furniture Store.

:electrical business formerly conf front gates Tuesday evening. Hal- Wednesday. Feb. 1. This will be a solid train $410.J. .

: (Jueted' by John C. Peuepher and lowe'en comes but once a year and I P. R. Baker the South Beach of Pullmans[ with a dining car, and B. Beecher, j block south of =-- _I CIII_ .o... ....

i 1icits i from the public a share of the boys make the best of it. street, photographer arrived the forepart while at Daytona and Ormond the South Canal, residence, $1,300. .cI.. I g I
.;z Z I "<
|their patronage. 1 jHuyler's candies, fresh shipment of the week.J. excursionists will live in the train.A Win. Stiling, Cottage avenue, repairs ,rJJ.. .. I 1pr O (}
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If J, W. Wilkinson, the real estate just received at Clark's H. Frozen arrived from Coney series of side trips ia under arrangement and stable, $500.J. .-. -Q.< p. .,... ,

,, anhas. rented the J. B. Parkinson The friends of E. M. Steck Island, Wednesday. He reports a including a run over to W. Reese, to move building S Oi 9 = 0 ;
r' many Havana. The excursion has proved from Second to Fairview Q.). :.. -vLcr M c
wood to avenue
jpesjdence on Ridge avenue that world famous rn
will be pleased to know that l he contemplates tine season at ... 0 p "-, "' (1)
Pa. popular and reservations are already avenue. 1 ? tSCDrJj :
r.iA; Carter of Pittsburgh, being in Daytona this resort. .c r -
the i winter. They expect to ar- he has advised Mr. Wilkinson pouring. Henry Kaiser lot 9, block 49, w rj>t r'110 o (IJ
..rt- season as Until April, on all orders left c= I j g :
'teaboutNov (fi.-i the real estate man, that he at Wray's music store, upright i Asa Paine is president of the big frame structure, $200.Wedding :.. 1Oi. : = CIII 8.og"0...

and oak wood at 113: North' Beach from the market. two dollars.E. race are ; fJ'J L&.J.. .z; '1 9 ;; ,
'the honor shown Minneapolis by Bells. Q) 2 I=: -p
i treel Phone :37. 21- m I. '
G lrg. Millar's Hair Dressing Par- K -Q> I o f
W1' F. Curtis returned Tuesday the selection of Mr.I Paine to head Edward L. Stevens, of Whitehall, ,? a.=. ,z: .:.:. ,:..:.; ;."'
"' : ;.The Florida East Coast now to the ladies at extended vacation
-\utomO-I ors are open evening from au the Florida club. Mass., and liss Charlotte M. Glad, IOn
||.tile... Association will soon 122 South Beach street. tf spent at Chicago, St. Louis and of Daytona, were married at the residence CLARK & KINCAID,

:|tq work stringing new wires on their'telephone Osborn advises the other points. I
:Manager Mra. J. P. Turner arrived from (If Mra. Hurd on First avenue -
Ncrth Canal Beach Street. .
line along the beach. The date for A. .
Gazette-News that the C. H. Spencer has been confined Greeneville, 0., Thursday, after asummer's Wednesday evening, Nov. 1st,
hi wire has rusted out badly
present Conan Doyle's drama, "The Sign of to his home for the past two weeks. visit. at 8:00: by Rev Shoemaker of the -7
4 nd I in some places has broken. cancelled and I '
has been -
the Four, friends to him Baptist church.
His many hope see
Mr. and Mrs. H. 11. Hoene arrived
: : I. R. La Sha, the Beach street the play will not be presented here around again soon. V The wedding was a very pretty
last and their, :
H electrician, is'making some decided Monday evening as was anticipated. night are occupying and impressive one. The bride was r ;i
Henry J. Kaiser came down from palatial home 011 Uidgewood. I/ DAYTONA NOVELTY ORKS
Improvements in his store room, jBoardeis wanted at The Myrtle, I dressed in cream silk and the groomin
putting. it in readiness for a new I Lake Placid, Maine, last week and W. H. Freeman returned from conventional black. The rooms
Myrtle avenue city.
;,[stock: of electrical fixtures that are is getting ready to open his "kocLdt I points in Georgia yesterday, wherehe were tastelully decorated with potted E. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor :

QW f here ready for inspection. WilliamrcCoy arrived home place"on North Beach street. V went to purchase a carload of flowers, vines and ferns. Handsome tv FIRST STREET, NEAR FKEIQHT DEPOT
..' from New York where he "
11'Another shipment of package seeds the office of captain t Sheets, quilts, blankets, comforts, milk cows. flower pieces were received from ENLARGED AND NEWLY EQUIPPED FOR PLANING, CAB:1:1
:..: has been filling Lake Helen aDd Port Orange. : SAWING, TURNED WORK OF. ALL KI DS. WINDOW AND
..:lust. received. We can supply any the pillows, pillow cases, and all kinds: tL sr-While out driving, recently, :
: F kind of seeds. <-f a large pleasure craft during at the : FltUHH;: ::> DOORS: :STORE:> FRONTS;, COUNTERS,
silver headed 'from Fifty gurstd were present::
of bedding, art squares, Smyrnarugs party lost a cane .
.:tf Htnklns The Druggist. summer. He is now busily engaedin ( INET: WORK BRACKETS. COLONIAL COLUMNS with <
getting the Uncle Sam in tri/ for at Moore Bros. I I carriage. Finder kindly return to wedding supper. or Cimv'UVipilota. We Make the BEST MOULDINGl !) I

; The grapefruit, oranges and tan- winter business. y I. office of City Hotel and receive reward The happy couple} will make their l_:, Always, Bright and Smooth, Either Pine or CY l't'lIlI. .: I
twelve weeks the
After wait of ,
'i.8f; prines are coloring fast aud many1e and of $2W; ) home in Kingston. e. No Advance in Prlcei. although material hit gone up from 40 toW I Ic
electric building "
Visit the light pant iron work for the Hendricks -
The shipilping per cent. We Screen your house and guarantee the fit. '!J -
ready to
ship. orange see the finest baths in the South. has arrived a(*'d work is again J. W. Wilkinson has rented one .. . .i. . .i..ii.i..i..i..i. l 5; -1
in earnest
season will open rushed on the\tructure. of the J. G. Brown cottages, 221
Mrs. J. B. Morss was among being
fjrom! DeLand soon. The fruit is South Ridgewood, to E. E. Pierce, Arther Poppcll and Miaa: Minnie

.ujarger- than it was a year ago and last Sunday's arrivals Mrs. Morss At the meeting of the Automobile Wakefield, R. I., who recently Wingate were married at the Call on J. R. LA SHAfor .
her I
4 ft.ages! very prettily bright and came down to pack up some of Association to be held Monday evening bought J. C. Pettepher's electrical Baptist church, Monday evening,

-t. smooth; this is especially so of the household goods and have them two directors will be elected business.Six : Oct. 30, 1905, Rev Shoemaker per anything in the Electric Line wanted.Fresh .

>Rerine and grapefruit.-Yolusia shipped to New York. The Gazette- aud several applicatioua will be
forming the marriage ceremony.The Columbia Batteries received also line of Edison Lamps.
to state that she will months of the year the Day- just a new .
News regrets
0oonty| Record. voted on for membership.
above well and favorably
couple are -
New fixtures for old
I not spend the coming winter in tona Electric Light Plant runs all exchanged ones.
A letter from J. W. Smith, of : I tThe launch Yankee Doodle will night and the other six months until known in Daytona, where Will have in another lot of swell] fixtures in afewdays.J.RSLASHA. .

;' feekakiU, N. Y., states that Mr. and Daytona. commence her regular: half-hour I midnight. The all night; servicwas They have lived for years, and their
|Wanted position by an experienced schedule from foot Volusia avenueto many friends join with the Gazette- .
; .Smith will be unable to come I resumed Wednesday night a
.. '.' and German pantry maid. Box 81. Beach, News in wishing them a long, happy ,
lorida this winter. Mr. Seabreeze avenue. Daytona I will continue until May 1.

!(i Smith have spent' the past fivePeters Dr. J. M. Jones who for many ,. on Monday, Nov. 6. L. M. Waite arrived Wednesday and prosperous life. Electrician 221 Beach Street '
i in and their has conducted the Fountain :
Daytona many
years tAre your eyes troubling you? It from New York. Mr. Waite recently
:;Jnaodsin this section will regret drug store has closed out his
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have thorough examination the Hotel Despland andis
coats nothing to a purchased Ladies
devote bathe at the electric light
the Thedoctor will hereafter
ik4Jinabi1ity. to be here during stock. made of them, and if thereis now engaged in making preparations .
winter time to treating chroniollis- plant.jTbe I G. S. FARLEE ,
ing; winter. During the his
.:- trouble, have it corrected.NEILLE for the winter's business. Vra. .
.wiweyer, they will keep posted on eases by the use of electricity hot any 4 ..
H. CLARK Waite is in Cincinnati, visitin her Painting. Decorating. Pftperhftnin;
Ru" the.Jns and vibration or mechan /I mas.
doings hereabouts through air i
,. ; ol the Qazett ewg. sage. Eyesight Specialist. mother, who is ill. / Hub Restaurant has 6 nice New 1905 Wall Paper, the largest and handsomest line of waUf j '

J4 sale cheap for cash sev Have you tried the Gramling sleeping} rooms. Meals at all hours. per samples ever shown in Daytona Imported and domestic gooda
a fWedding presents-we ('can please tFor from oc to $;fi.OO; roll. 3000 new designs to select from. Interior
: ctr sale cheap, for cash sev eral barrels of flour suitable for baked beans and Boston brown Will open Dec. 1. Engage your per

,. ..: barrels of flour suitable for you in cut-glass or china, al /> some chicken feed. Apply at bread. If not try them at once. rooms for the season now. 47 North decorating a specialty. Northern mechanics employed.Office .
handsome sterling silver pieces. hog or I and Shop, 32 Myrtle Avenue. DAYTONA, :FLORIDA. .
Q at : .
1" feed. Apply Beach .i
&" Miller's Bakery. GEO. H. CLARK, Jeweler. Quige & Miller's Bakery. No. 239 :N. Beach street. 1 street. o' .1 ..- .. -. ,. -

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\"<<* t. j T* **L- WPFwiwgfe life en the Beack : .. :1MAirJ! .

; I1tb81aceyIwflfiu1L1: 4 ,- ...... .' C;. E..JODNSTOY. Proprittor.Rdllu1'ir. __
1 PAT* 1*. V. T, M. DAT A. M.SOT. P. .. I- .
:2 Frwh and District Union of the Qat8a Eadttvorfor -
BunRl1gkI3tzt ,
di'f. c -1--- - |i' .* ("*? ** I LINES ..,' 1 : .R eUcrsa c.u.w -:- .-
Cake of aD kti iov.il 414 in 6 II v.Bteyarcl and .
156u ::_ .
1i IK M. a< $ Angel 'FOOd: 'V c fo and i 05. ., inn 714. 7a 't DcJ MwU NoYcmUr *012.Thi .we& : nli jTiipped tor"Straw Rid**!' ,, tlDMt turD t" .
4 710 149 It 5 8H '. : SPECIAL PASSfflfflMXPFIESS : ,
1Ucaroona..p.daIty.. S; 811 & 49 J U flO t"to : 'Braes meet all"trains and take pul@ngtaJ'tft."7 Part of tLcttiE.! = ___
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r 9 43MS II n ioIoii: 14th annual convention of. the
.4 7IO U .". it nc IHS : STEAMSHIPS: : Trunk delivered.. promptly.. Stables opposite PtUfc Sehoo}, .
Endeavor _
4 a a 1104 11 U hIS District Union of the Christian '
Ncw Harness to.. 511149115$ .... "" IS 311 .1.11 Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger. steanuhfpa on the .&.__ _
,10 uvU3B\ 2 IK tw for Volnsia, Dade and Bra COMt.XO I Telephone 27 :- _
'I 11 : IOC !II' IS '.1""
.. 12110 144 .. ttl$ SOS ltiII yard counties will be held at this : OVERCROWDING. :
and, Repair Shop 1.C Sit .. w4 zi ..fit : STATEROOMS POSITIVELY GUARANTEED
.. ut tl 2U place Saturday Sunday and Monday, Important I
II U : ontbese IDlpl, M no ticket wiH be aold to excd : II -
: A: .F. Chandler a III saMJ I 4 ISJ05 Nov. 10th, 11th and 12th. The pro- the number of bertha, or tha seating capacity of Dining JIalla, thus In. I ..- _. ..,. _
II 11 and attention. _
I S goring all passengers Individual ervie8 ---...
1 JbelowrXXNVET1ON
t UffaK bought out J. A. Eric,IOD & Co., fitib tide hours before' or afeer low U4e, gram appears : PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY. : L1-

1 'can tw feoad Qa Cottar artoo*, back ofAH ......................... MOTTO: 0. LOWEST' (RATES See Schedule TO NEW of ship YORK in Florida'AND Times-Union.ALL POINT&NORTH) S. -

,.tkV1t1Hot.. !. -3ot to be BHnlitere l. nta, : Including delightful DATLI6HT SAIL through the : _ri -. ?
but to mlnliter. S .
kind of S Through tickets sold to all Northern point*. 1'0'full" information S ; ___

, -Ham s8 and Leather Goods : : regarding attractions offered by*no other line;diagrams, reservations, : ; _'_ e : _

10 DOZEN S ticket, etc., apply to -- 41L/t :__ __
Hanui und b @t nuuto an<\repaired.. PROGRAM. : A\T7 DVT7 A 2H Went Bay Street, : .

-, Call on 0* whrfl wanting. jibing io S "YE, Agent, Jackeonvilfe, Florida. .

i; .' car line. : Geo. H. Clark, Local Agent, Daytona Fla. : ;
: S7.50 .*.*.............e.....................SSSS....... /
ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Friday ..1fl9f1.rn.on..
JUG TRACE A SPECIALTY !:oo Registering and ainlgnlflg dIeste.. ., '- .,, em, __

; .. .. NrERIGKSONCabinet Hiuyr pnncjAU5GI. FLORIDA

Taw: Devotional Service Mr. Rosbr '

t 'Maker and 1:" Addr-est of Welcome Rv.Marsh VIA L. & N. R. R. 2

.:4.5 Reiponte )I n. HJJ1 I :

; & POIJ: * WoodjWorkerI Daytona Pressing and To Californiatthe and Northwest 1e _
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;ti Do nand Window &..n., Pktnre I Cleaning Establishment. Saturday 27orning. .. ;

) I I in to SAX FRANCISCO, LOS ANGELES, and manj oilier CaliforILIL (11Q11i7fte;
Uooldiagi nuu!* to order. All kiDde'lf
f.u QuIelHour
1.tli.s and (Itntsloth-K t.I..IlIt..11 l 1d14Pd + \ I | !ilia | oiiib; also to various COLOR.mO.RIZOY.\, and WYO- ,
J'uI1dt1alJWp&tringdoDi OD cbort! Dot< and d.n'.I.l ali ,Irpiniakiiig.BNJAMC' 'A. we have therefore"opportunity let I |I MI.NO points. .
TdD&bI u.dogoodtoailznrn. Mr. Birch. --- '- -
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Cottogr Artnuc, Daytona, Fla. \ DE LYONS.4fi" 7:110 Hong and Pral itenrlcMr to PORTLAND, OREfiON TACOMA, SEATTLE, WASHIXG- Tri.WeeklY Sailings : E
Edith Hilly.lb $61,60 6 0 TON.anduiaiijutlitrpoioteiaWaeLiogtoD, Oregon and Britich ..
(\ I IV-mh! St.. Diijtuiia, Fla.SDr. Appointment of Comuillteei I Columbia. BETWEENJACKSONVILLE ,. -I
1 6;:n Report Llatrltt OmlUI Ui many point* in and NEW YORE ]J
Portland Oregon Exposition .WlUUm*'Indian P11. Pr ntd ut-Mrs. Edith Hill.
,will cure Blind.m H cretary-MIKS Maud Hobbs. I $48,90 9 0 UTAH and WYOMI.NT Calling at CuarUt, S. C., both w ay*. '.", :.

m : and Itching Trtalurer-Rn. Butler. THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS .IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE. -' .
fcPiles. 11111110rllll tile lUmOI'l.
I r I I *lu>s the Itching It once acu JuQIQrluptlrIQttodtln: BrA y. to BILLINOS, MONTANA: and intermediate point on the The Clyde New England and Southern Lines/
lie IBaa:. Dr.a Wl1llam puualte: ,'lodlaD(Ivea tattaot P1Je Oln"r Field Secretary-Mr U. B. Haney. $45 9 0 Northern Pacific and Burlington HoutE. :'... .
Uih- IJil't'lt: &rvke: Between '
3'k. meat Li prepared for Flies and 1UUO R!ce..iii. ILiI"rllllltllf
., SAN FRANCISCO of toe private! parts. Every boi law JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE. :1..
(k. J CAL. .rr nved. Bj dninB'"", by ....U) oa ** 10.14 Rvaeons fUr It Yvung Pwj/lw' SHivlvty: .H\.r privil<>g!a. TkkeU will L* sold daily up to and including ; AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. .
LOS CAL. I elpt of prire. M ctnu ana .1..... WILLIAMS Mr.J. Campbell. Oetober8l, I!1/i./): Calling: at L'liarlnstou: Both Way l'
tUIUf ICtUiUlfi CO.. Prop Ckvelaad. O l. SEMI-WEEKLY SAILI1SU5.Soithbound .i'
lu:3u The llMntlal Elements of Hue<<:e""ful
DENVER COLO. For wale bj 1.fIe RuawllSeaboard OrganizatiOn. KeV. Wells! L. & N. Best Route. West and Northwest . . .. . . ... . . ..From Ltwis'Whirf, Boit5l r
: Northbound . . .. .. . . . .from foot Catherine street J&ckunmi ,.. .
Epworth League Convention Jnl. 5-9 lJl..e Wltilon. ,
Uwi How to Obtain New MeuibernMUsKaiberlue For full particulars! call on or write, _- --- ;I
4 DENVER, COLO. Air Line Noble. I II ,
: Q. A. R. Encampment: September, 11:80 New itocletl of Our District Union GEO. E. HERRING, Florida. Pass. Agt.
MrtS. B. Haney. Between Jacksonville and! Sanford \

i ...FOR... suggestions from the fluor. 206 W. B4y St, Jacksonville, Fia, I STOPPING AT PALATKA, ASTOR, ST. FRANCIS. BER..:WORD, (DsLm) I :

; VERY LOW ROUND TRIP RATESVIA Savannah Columbia Richmond 11-00 Noon. and Intermediate Landings on ST JOHNS: RIVER| *
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::*.. Camden Southern Pines, Raleigh Saturday Jtfternoon. Steamer "City of Jacksor vtlI J :

Washington, Baltimore, Phila. Junior iSftiion. Florida East Coast Railway.Local are appointed U mill a* follow !: Iu\e Jiukr" ille Huudajs, 'iuc Jaj u| i

delphia and New york....... .. .. '!'hurdays at :1.30 p. in. R-turniugleu\e :Sanford:) l Mouduj, f.cntadAIIa! ;*.' -*|

I "IIIiB8 S Central R. k.i n lit !:SO A Model Junior Prayer Meeting niul FriilajH nt .I.3U: a. ni. jf
Orwond and Lay toiia Juniors!.
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY: Time Card No. 62. Corrected i (to Sept. .1 .1915. -- -
:3:3U: Tile hoys and Olrls for Christ and the .SoiUIa. wn.SCHEDULE N1teIU .
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:i SEABOARD EXPRESS Church Mn. Huuey !_ =:.-:-_ __
IOUIH.IOUU-IU no... .Jtt-i y.a.-"G 1lI' t.tvgi; 30-pm'---.-...-..-......'..-..............Jaikmjuulle- I ............................ Arrive: :200an
CHOICE OF ROUTES. and ':00 How the Home, Church and Panto -..: _______ ._ _.! .. 8 45; p m...............I'alatkft! .................. ............,Leave 800pmAhtur .
MAIL can Help Mrs. Jennie Butler l I I n : II 3 00 a m ...._... .........:....................:., .. 330pmSt. .
:t Two Train Daily, Atlanta to St. SEABOARDJ t:1.i The Feeling of ReaponalbllUy an Aid ...JN5 I o.2..ui.Ii1J!, Ball, 8TA.TIO No.Pslly 75 No.1sIlyI 44 4 30' a n.. .................... I..j 200paBereiiford t
c Louis in connection with W. & A. Minn Hatckeri.ao 1 ft ................... "
't .... - ....................... ((0. Laud) \ lOOp JSauford :
R R. The only Through morning I How' to wake theJunji>r : ;; -: 1)0) p 9 40 a L'.. ..........."._JackIlOD'IUo_............... AI' 700 p bIOs Arrive 8 30 a m................................. ................................j 9 30 a m \

Bleeping Car Adanta to St. Louis. Modern Pullman J hOw to induce more !geu-rereverenf 6 087 15 II II 10 II 'II U al al ___...___.lIo..tit JacklOnftllB.Auu.Une".._....._. L'II I I U 60 II p 7 8 n 40 a II 1. 10.00: a uj ...........................Ent jririw>................................ 10:00am:
.J 6S Ii 11 3J a" ..__..HuUDillI.._ _..._. 4 60 P I 'III '
t For full information dates of sale, Equipment. -veral participation 00 f 10 P 11 60 I" .--.--Rast P&lalka _......._. .. 4 34 PiWp 2. a GENEPAL PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE 122 \WEST BAY ST, JACKSOVVILU,

i rates, tickets and descriptive circular Miss Mabel Brace?. WWptr, .__...__I'&latu.. Lv 410p 6Oa toI
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Only I : daily through Discussion.Saturday. &5 Ii 11 2S ...___.....PiJalka. ..._.......... Ar I Oup 4665 C
!, Address, ng '0 25p (JO IlL' ...___San Mateo! _.._....... Lv 2101L......._ .... F.M.IRONMONfiER.J R., Abet.fitn.l'oiJr.gt.. j 22 \\Vbt Bay St., JaikeonTilfe Fta .'
F. D. MILLER, Trav. Pass. AiL 'eepers from Jacksonvilleto C 210p II 00 ail' ....._._._.8&n MaLeu.._......... Ar II Up' 60 I H.COOl'ERJH., Frt. Agt. C.: P. ELLSupt 'r
Gvining ITIT1a __.__. _.___ wI. Foot St., JackKonvillp, Fla. t
M I &jm : Lv WeaKI Lv !4i7p!> a Hogan
17 Prior Si, TUNTA: : I I New Orleans. I l V 0:1 p It ,7 p .. _"...........IhulI'oU .................. .. 8', I' 0" a rti A.C.HAGERTY. Gt-n'l Ea-fn PHM. 'gt.pw Yoik.
:. GA. 7:00 and Praise Service. 10 II 12 M p to __..__DuIJOII'._.. II :In: II 6 ill I "Q
Prayer New York.
.. CLYDE 1I1L E GuiHal Freight Agent,
=- C\_ U II 1 J6 II ___ ___Orrnon4_..__._ 3 lOp 6111 .... .
H ;:11 tlplrltual Education Her. Butler. o> s U II U9p ___._D."na_...__ to :3 00 Ii 4 47 I ... THEO. 0. EQER. W n. P. CLYDE & CO., .
T S 04 p 1 61 II II __.prc Orange_...._....,.. II 2 60 p 4 34 to General Agent
For full information and sleeper reservations 7:46 Vigilance In Civic AffairsM.! V) I II 2 u P Ar ..............JJew Smyrna................. to 2 30 P 4 11 a Geneial Manager, .
: S. H.' Gove call on any Seaboard Bnaiulnger. c i-ii--s. 3 U p Ar. _...._.........La Helen.................. LT 1245 p 6 10 p Chesebrough: Building 19 State St.. New York.
10 311 a :a 65 plOOp ..._..... -Orange City........?._ 11 SipHSOj: 6 44 p .
agent, or write CjU Echoes from Baltimore 10 45 a J() II .........Orange City Junction......... II > 6 44 Pa I ---- ---

AXCUTGCT, BUILDEB AND CoNTBACTOB. A. 0. MadONNELL, By Delegateg. ?: -II 36 I' iiip L.., ...............No" Smyrna................. LT 220p -'QO-a:
__....... ........___ SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Residence and office: nortne&at ol 1000 p a 6i P -Oak H1U 164p aSOO a .
corner 6:00 Florlda fr Chrit.
Absistaut General l I'asaenger Agent Ml/pah 1030 p ISO p AI _..._........ Tttuavllle .................. .. Hip I ", :
; Ridgewood and Volusia avenues. S. C. BOYLSTOX JR., Passenger! Agent c 800- -a.:-...._. Ar ..._.._..... Sanford _................. Lv 10 this 10 00 a00a
Sunday TJfornlng. o ._....... .10 00 I L' ................... Santord ...._........._ Ar ......__.. II o
Daytona, 10 ip S30p L, .__._.Tit'IHVlllHiM ....._..._. L' 1 liP 3iiIi :
_ _ _ .:00 Quiet Hour. Becoming Acquaintedwith 2" 11 18 p 4 09 ptiap .. ...__._...._CocoL.___.___._ .. 1S a 4 p ai 3H Two Trains Daily to Washington&NewYork
God. Christian Church Pastor 11)1 pU63p II __....._ Rockledle..._......_ 1SSU: ]II 2 II alit

; ... ..... ............................ 9U: Sunday school. 12 06 a 'U ifitp P II" _""__._.,_,,". MKlhnurnafltu&rt& ValllOlllllMliM.IHI.fl.___ "II 1103 11 49 a a 1S4! *a .,

5to 11 6S" S 97 II II "'...............iebAeUu! ..._"......_.. II UOia 1161- .".." New York and Florida Eipress"} "W3f>hillgtoll and Florida Limited"
U.uO:\ Church. 1 35 ft165ft. II 29 II 'f __.lit. Lucl8...___ II 10 u a, 1JUOLUSSp ,
New Blacksmith Shop toc II 45pnap II _.._........ror' PIerce...............". .. 10(6 a' 3V: ----- ----- ..
I 2 18 a 7 08 II ...___ 'I'1bbaJ' ...._...._ .. I 30 Ill 52 p Tt- No. .It Nu.11J.: I To Chatanooga No.ll .
Sunday$ ,tfftornoo,. .:4a: t 23 a .. ..._..---.-..i.o1eo.,..._..._ to j 24 &,11 18 p Washington I X. \.t I W.t "". i Cincinnati I Flortda
And Fountain Works. 2 as I a TITp II ___ Jen.1ID.. _.___ Of vt\ a 11 lip K) and NewYork 'lId'1 Llm.t ; andChieago L1m1tG -
City Wagon p
I 2:00: Ptaise Service 808 I TUP to ___Robe Sound_..._ II 8 41 a 10 U I Lv !ItAugu"tlne. I j ::1<... 111"11 Lv IoIt Augu"Il"tI. 0 4 Wp J
j: The undersigned has opened a Blacksmith Shop on Orange MUD Maud Clarke JUW :3 at44ia a U P II .._.......Woot J phor.. .............. 6 J4 10 II I P p Lv Jacklluu\lIh' : i :1'11 I.II' ''Lv JI1CkPiUII\lIh 7 tip
Luaa 8 sip H __,Wee t Palm BMch.__ 7 4g a7Wa "U p Ar Wa.Lingtuu! ... .. ..... .j i:o t :.p ArChuttssmmooa1! TtulI.. .. II 44Arcw
t avenue, between Ridgewood ayeuue and the railroad.near the Bond t I 2:13: The Icdxu as' a ItalUer 4 ::12'" I 18 p .... _.............Doyatou............._.... .. t 18p Yurk. .I .4 lip, Ii ;}111 Arl"'ncluII' 0. i top
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Mrs. A. U. Botts.: 8 M P __ Delrl II 7 luaId VIM |II 3vl -- .. Ar ChIcago III 7 111IXo.
J- Lumber Co., where the best class of work in this line will be done. u 11i7a! IOi1p! .. __..F .':15 The Riches the Word, or How to : I 4ti a 1030p II __*-..-....... DAnla ....._......_ .. 8 10 a 8 OIl j Ii tinily, I X o. I-: Tbe 'I"rlda LlmUt'J," DILl I,. .
j Everything new and first-class and the best Study the Bible Mr. \hltuer. lISa 1041 p II ...___.BAllan41oIe......_......... II 5 U aSH TMp 00 I No. 1\--1'b"; tlurliJl1 LlmUt'd." datl1allO -
; very fcS 6 94 a 11 07 p II _._.__._Lemon City_.....__ to a 7 p So. SG-"The Ww4lngtoii slid FlorIda : lies through Pulinansleeplug! tar to AlI"la -
of work guaranteed. Give me a call. 3:15 BlessIngs of the Quiet Hour : 35aDull 11 It P Ar ................_...Miami..................... Lv 424a 7 20 P Umlttt_ --, .:.."- lJally. "---- -- -- .-. HlrmlllgbaUl, Melamplils anti. Kansas city. -
Rev. Parker. No. ;iu I .. -- -- ----

3:45: Better Pr..y"r Meeting tl.' HOME3TBAD EXTENSION Dally k.x. ToAlhvUle and Cincinnati I Night -"r No.t
GEO. A FOYE 'rnl!: Aiken and Night
Proprietor. .
Sua.SSO. -- -- --
Mrs. Wilght. San.8UO
Lv IIlIytolla .. I 3hp I _ _ _ Train
i Suggestion -a -__ LY ..._.__Miami....___._ .Lr -......_.... -p Lvt: AUKubllu" .. ........ ......1. U- !hip. I.v 11&'toh". ... .... fl'I
j ; C. WINNINGHAM, MANAGER. : Lookout 1030ft: __. Ar .......,..........Hom6itea4..........._ L'........_ 1 00 p1AYPORT Jaek. UVllle I -p I I.v I'It Augustine I lOp
':16 How the Committee
can ArAsbeille..I
sip .
i; .................................................... Improve its Work Ar U ot H pr I.-. : :! 'i LvMauniuth vjavksuniiie.. 11 r u p,
Miss Surthrup. I No.n ArCinclunati.: _....." ,"., ___.K 1.18 AI' Hlllck1110' : ... U5&I.v .
No. 13 NO. 31 No. U DaUl K O. 1 8 0.10 N.. it I 4 I:.
[ .=- _ _ _ _ Sun. Sun.Ouly. "aUl E*. JSRASCU Dall1 Sun.J Dall1 SoSO-allyPullmllnIJrl1\\llIg.Roolualid Ar Alku lllaekliie. .. .. U1a
Sunday (lu niny. Only gun.! Ozmly Buffet hClllnK ('ar CkhlllllllCJ to.'iii. I' Ar AugUllllt .-.. .. Ite.. ICinImatlthroubLI"TIICLu.duftheSky
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Jw Praise Service Miss Hilling 20111' 10 18 a 6 UM p II a a Ar ....So. JackllooY1l1e.... LT 87 a IS 2:1: p 8 p ...... ..... ," Jacksonvilli (0'Excelent ,
i f TO CALIFORNIA 1 tO p 1U 60 ft 1.0 p II 69 a .. .......hbl Beach....... 70S a 11 60 I) 4 U p'_...... Pullimian amid sleeping lUlLck\lIIe ear Alba U4i
Htl1) 7:15 Our duty as Eudeavorera to our 245p i055a: 84P 1106 a ....AU&nt1cB4m&cli..._. II 7001 I244a 446p1SOUp ............ 1)iniugCarService' .It' w
RAT church. 1st Absolute fttltUfullness : iliQa 1)p 920a II .._..If ay port......_.. .. 0 *5a113Qa\ sUp;'...... ..... i
L )" L ) and the NORTHWEST church attendance ourselves, ;- :____ ____ _____ ___ 'n_ ____ ____ "_
Miss WblpJIt. For Sleeping Car Reservations Maps, Folders and Information 1 j
'DIXIE FLYER ROUTE. 2nd Bringing friends acquaintance APPLY TU i
or to church
The Nashville ChattanooQa &: St. Louis R'y. strangers Mi... 1tovborough. Clow Cvancctlaa Made at Mlaail with Steamships ei tile P. &; 0. S. S. Cosptoy Per J. C. LUSK, Dist. Pass Agt.

7BO Courage of Convictions Rev. Wdlil 108 West Bay St Jacksonville, FU ,

'. tAA 7ft SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGLES, DENVER, 7:<5 Duty of every Endeavorer to give for HAVANA AND KEY WEST. ---- -- -- ----, ---- --,- ---- I
t' IAJ Mls lou.. Mr. Mann. S. ". Hardwlck P'iM I Wa..hingtonDJ.W.ltfaloe,6 PA,\\'tL'bingtoDO.CBrooks
; VTTl PRESCOTT, and SALT LAKE CITY. Morgan, AUl'A( Atlanta, Uu.
8:00 ll.'tway we win our associate mewhers These Time Tables show tb. times at which train may be expected to arrive at and depart
: for ChrUt, Lawrence Bolt: from the!several &t1 nl. but their arrival or departure at the times Mated 1. not f aarauteed --.- - 4
; 01Q Qrt ANACONBA, MISSOULA Collection nor U this Cempaoy lie held retfwnilbk tor any delay or any cutmoqueaco: *arlatac. t&eretreia

:: : VTUIUU and INTERMEDIATE. S:15 Consecration Service If you are going to NEW YORKBOSTON AND THE EAST {

: For Copy of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other Information

? 1155,1Dixie I I 0 and points in BRITISH COLUMBIA. Song"Blest be tbe Tie that Binds"MlpahTJfonday "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." ,

J. D. RAHNER, AssL Qen'l Pius. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

is via Tifton, Macon, Atlanta 91/l1rnln1,

3 flyer Route and, Chattanooga St. Louis. Nashville, 915 tl:0u: Reoortaof Praise Service Coutnilttees Led by President HEALTH AND VITALITY t

Unfinished Business.
9:43 Christian Endeavor :Memorial! l. I w w ,nH5S: .w3rSS: .
Rev Butler I The great iron and tonic pill and restorative for men and women produces 1

'( TICKETS ON SALE SEPT. 15 TO OCT. 31 .INCLUSIVE i Bong-."God. be with you till we lIIt'etagain. I strength briDmnghealthand'happiness.and vitality builds up OOdosesinabox.the system and reuewa ForsalebyalldruggisU the normal vigor. .

I or we will wall it, securely wrapped. on receipt of price, $.00 per bo; Oce&ntSt.am.hlp Company
nEft USIN&.i 0 boxes for $ .oo. Dr. Molt' Chemical Co., Cleveland, OLlo.
t E. J. The Lord hie-as thee and keep thee: .
WALKER 7 e.'i. ... _
__ The Lord make HU face shine upon tbee Mold In l>ayt<>na by Lee Russell 'i" 'i:: rj
; Florida Passenger Agent And be gracious uuto tbee; ? .2
: Tbe Load lift up His countenance upon thee ct5

I. ,Jacksonville, Florida. and give thee peace. The Dredge "KLONDIKE" I, 2. 1i

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Call at the Gazette-Xews office MELTON A CAMERON, Proprietora. ,- ,'

'if 4- and see the Florida map we are Dredging\ dane in the Halifax, TomoLa and all rlvr! up and down the East CoaTerms I / \ : -'

and Satisfaction Guaranteed. --
giving away.MOTTO. Reasonable I .
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,.", '-,. .' I. AdtJrt'H6, the proprietors, hay toha.}la. .

You Love Your Wife _' __. __u __ _,
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; DON'T ROAST HERBy S...,. a..ncl nl1..LIo, U\oy -. ._ .___ ---
overcome wea-krvass, Ir\_ ; a : -- :: ;
r.sis visor,banish pains. Daytona Ice Company :
compelling to bake the family bread but buy it from the No MOTTS r m4y PENNYROYAL equ&U PILLS DR. ,

DAYTONA BAKERY I Chemical Sold b;Druggists Co.,.Cleveland and Dr.,Molt Ohio. : PURE ICEMade Most Popular and Finest Coastwise Fkaiwffi Hung the AtlOJltic.

I, For ate! by le Russell From Savannah U Vw Yolk. Monday, 'e'Y
; ... from Distilled Water. ,SAl LI INUOFniui Savannah to l'. .ton t.Jimt) MuiiJaj andThfl'TabIs

h'. saving of time work Bread de- Factory corner Railroad and Yolusia
a and money Fresh t avenue. with all HIP dblu-otij-B that tin- Nurtlu'iu and iSjutbn"1
+ . . . .
: "V'fed Dally to all parta of the city. Also Cakes, Pies and every .: Ocean House, nffoiil. Tiiketn Soul and I5njrffngf ctiM-Li-d through tu any pliiIt L.W4t.
other of the modern Ask lor copy "GREEN FOLDER. ..
production up-to-date bake shop. f83k0fttI" -
: F. W. SAMS ;
Proprietor. Fo t" -ftiht
rate of fart, reservation of statfroouj", i-tc.. nM'b

Rates and orders in this office for Quick work.We agent, or address (-.
Volusla Avenue 12.00 per Day Upward .
:; QUIGG MILLER Props. W_ B. CLEMENTS, Travcljiig Pag, Agt. 37 Bull &.. s anewoa.W.
Drop '
Near Depot. Special to Regular Boarders. een-**
do the rest H. PLEASANT, Vice Prt8. and Gtn'l llgr, .1. C I10RTOX "! '

: Niifi i NEW 5MYIUU.: FLORID! .. Pier 35, Jscrth River, :New York.
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