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 11, 1905
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Two New Directors Elected, a Ruing Addition to the Equipment Will Be -a la Evidence on the. Peninsula. j : ,. j", ..1 tl't f I( *-

'RON BEDS Board Appointed and other Impor- Big Item.-RolUnf stock Will Hotel Proprietors Hopeful For : : THE GABLESNOW :

tant Business Transacted." Be Renovated. The Season. OPEN.. f' .

The Florida] East Coast Automo- All indications point to a larger The Tampa Times says; '"It is I .

mobile Association held an important business on the Florida East Coast somewhat early in the season to S. H. MOSELEY, Proprietor., -

and well attended meeting at Railway daring the coming winter speak of tourists," remarked a well Situated on Yolusia avenue, Rates on Application., .

: All Styles Kinds and Sizes the rooms of the Halifax (River than ever before, and the railway known hotel man, to a Times reporter near the Halifax River. Table board a specialty' "

i, Yacht Club Monday uighif company has prepared to handle it, this morning<< "but at same time, ELECTRIC LIGHTS, BATHS AXD ALL MQDEBN IMPROVEMENTS -

i It was expected that X. J. Morgan says the St. Augustine Record. The they are commencing to come in, although -' i
STANLEY HOUSE run in connection as a rooming house:
the best of
With mattresses and springs. the New York Salary of the rolling stock of the road has passed aa yet in comparatively
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Racing Board \ ] ;/ nt, but through the shops and has emergedin small numbers. The north has not .

business l : he can as good condition as when new. experienced any cold weather as yet, -
Call and see our NewIncorporated Goods. not be here VOUIpre 1 During the past summer and up and consequently there is little reason AIf.! . + + + o.roosoo +-. so .

Two new hoard of to the present time, the locomotiveshave in tourists hieing them south- ,

directors were elected. They are been dismembered and every ward, but the advance guard of reg- B .t.

Geo. E. Seebring, of Seebring, Ohio, piece thoroughly cleaned and tested, ular visitors has commenced to put

an TOE BINGHAM & MALEY CO. and N. A. Lewis, of Fargo, North receiving repairs where necessary.For in its appearance, and is passing : When You Wish : 1
Dakota. Both these gentlemen are several weeks past these engines i. through Tampa en route to various ,

k winter residents of Daytona, and have been turned out of the shops points south. 0 0o

:.: C ( ) both,are enthusiastic automobilist!!. .at the rate of one a week auu' soon i "The f first cold snap will bring -

; A racing board, to work in con- the last of them will bd{ ,Jtgain on the tourists to Florida in a hurry, 1

j!rt: FURNITURE UNDERTAKING Ii junction with a board from Ormondwas the rails and in the pinkf of condi- but they] are like the birds in this to start life on your own hook, lust .t

also appointed consisting xf S. tion. respect, that they always wait un- t -

4 f', .NI//N/NN/N//N/- 44414..................... II. Gave, Geo. E. Seebring and & Many of the coaches ]have been repainted till the winter sets in fairly heavy o back your cart up [to our store and

44";-.' ---1- ------ - '-' --- A. Lewis. and upholstered. They are before they make the step that means o

) The report of Secretary Hunne- also in as good condition as new. voluntary exile from their winter we will load it with the necessaries .

well shows that the Association i is in In addition to placing the equip- homes for a period of several mouths. 0

It I makes good shape, having a i.otal of one ment of the road in perfect condition Of course there are always a num- : for kitchen and dining room :e

hundred and thirty nine members the company is making large additions ber of people who make it a pointto .

in good standing, with a balance in to the rolling stock. Three get here early in the season, and 0 .
7i/1 a man the treasury of over two thousand new sleepers have been ordered and. these parties have already made 4

\ dollars. are expected to arrive here. in the their appearance. I have noted 1 4

a nervous Matters pertaining to the comingmeet course of a ftw weeks. Ten new some of the old stagers already on Mason & Wall ;
ryj s were discussed and it was decided -!I coaches, each 70 feet long, have also I the hotel registers, and have had the ; .

when he gets hold of one of those highly to hold another meeting during -. been ordered, and will arrive shortly.Six I pleasure of meeting some of my old e

'' magazine advertised shoes, and hnds the stay of Mr. Morgan heie, new express coaches will'also be friends of years past. f' W. H. Edmondson, Mgr. 119 N. Beach St. 0
rc which will be announced as stun as added to the equipment These are "These people are the ones that

that it doesn't come up to eEpeetatlon3.is it is definitely known j just when he 70! feet long regard Florida as very nearly as + Phone 9 ,0o

About then IIP realizes that advertising will be here.Considerable- The Florida East Coast Railwayhas much their home as the cities and e

interest is tieingmanifslt'd been developing like magic, andit towns in the north where they vote . . . . ,
.. in the magazines conies high
> space in sporting circles overlie now ranks among the very best and have their summer homes. :
and that somebody has to pay the fiddler. meet and the event make it here $XtA&S@@.ii..ii.> ) .'
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{ coming in country. In 'every depart- They a point get i i K -....-..>
Our "AOSTONIAN" $3.50 Shoes promises to be one of the most suc- ment it is up to date and the road- ahead of the tourist rush, for the 'I OLLARS 4

1II1\.h- iu \.t.v late style, me not advertised iu magazines.. If ifsaful in the history of the Association. :; bed is one of the smoothest in the purpose of securing quarters that :. '

i they wif, we couldn't Hell tlif in at taste iiriivu. t United States. The service is un- they have, perhaps occupied several :: 0 AT OUR STORE Or I ,

Several additional trophies were surpassed, and traveling on this years consecutively. These people I:: OUBLS -. ,.----.* .
added to the already. large' list:: and road is robbed moat of the discomfort want to settle down comfortably for : UTY. ---- --, :: _> 't ''_'' S;....: .
The Globe
z the list of prizes will be the largest encountered on many other a long winter season in Florida : 1JiJl"I

ever offered for a similar event roaUa. and iu consequence they make :

CLOTHING, SHOES AND GE TS' FURNISHINGS Year by the equipment has it a point to reach the resorts .
PECK & FOSTER, 1'Bt.pRU.Tots ahead of the of visitors that :3
been increased, but none too muchfor army .
I 116 South Beach Street. the continual increase of business come south on the wings of the first : COMPLETE LiNE OF THE. -i Z I
fti and the coming winter prom- cold wave. .
- -- -- Wishing to Accomodate Visitors al ises to furnish sufficient business foj "Personally I am looking forwardto a J
Necessary as the Keystone Coming. Rice Meet Should List: the additional rolling stuck. a giwd season this year, There t
is no reason that I can see why suchan FINEST GROCERIES.f t
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"''" i 4 to the arch is good plumbing to sanitation Same With W.J.Morgan. ;
expectation should be disap ". A
erfect health in the home.]
antllJt j As visitors to the AutomobileMeet
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A MOST pointed. tourists are looking
tI: Run no risks by Rotting inferior apparatus last winter had considerable 1
I to Florida again, as they did years FISHINQ TACKLE OF ALL KINDS. l
; and bungling indifferent or careless inconvenience in finding suitable i !
( and in they
ago consequence
t : work because it'a bit cheaper. hotels, boarding hout'8.and. furnished Made by the Oozettc-Ncws NYhUb |h z
be expected to make this state their 1
:.1 We Large fairly for materials and roomsV., J. Morgan, representing Determined to Largely Increase "
1, : vu work, because:: were' not satisfied to put the meet at New York is desirous IU Subscription LUt. coming home in season."Other large .numbers during the E. T. CONRAD & CO., THE GROCERS. .

in anything but the best. Better our of getting the names and addresses .
business in the hotel line .
The Gazette-News is determined. .1
bill than a larger one from lector and of all who can accomodate I r iI II III 'C
increase its list LyI here id picking up very well. The
to subscription > :
,,, diuggiht.J visitors in the above requirement,
x;- 8t\'erallulIUll'etl names, and to do it traveling men are passing through
} end 27th and before
Carmichael January to Tampa in numbers, and they all
D. is making a remarkable offer.: '. i
that date
and after as many '
seem well satisfied with conditions !
Phone No. 64, DAYTONA, FLA.m remain iu Florida after the races are To every person not at present a r
as they find them. In fact, the win-

a. -_ _--__. _- _u- __ --.---- -- uyer. reader of the Gazette-News will ter may be said to have opened up, : ...San Mateo Cigars... ; !
......... It i is Mr. Morgan's intention to $1.50 for a years subscription
r. ee ee.e....eeeeeeeeee.e.eieeee..ee.e.ee. 4 pay and conditions to my mind are all I
e S of such that handsome County, Township and
send out a places I a .
that could] be asked
can accomodate visitors in reply to Railroad Map of Florida will be ,. I

i Curiosity is Not Always a Sin i iat the many hundreds of letters received given absolutely free. Holly HiD Items. Have Made t "''

by him each winter. Please state This survey is a splendid compi l'. ,
the price that will be charged for lation of facts, f figures and drawingsand Mr. and Mrs. Boyle have returned to

i It will pay you to investigate i hotel, including board and room and wonderful value. Counties Mrs.: Dillon and son, and Miss A Reputation of

for rooms exclusively, giving the location and towns fully indexed and popu- Ri ell, of London, Canada, have I

!: i the prices and quality of our : of the place and the location lation of each are given, railroads taken the Ed Harris house and intend -
spending the winter there.
of rooms. plainly shown and distances betweenall

GROCERIES "i Mr. Morgan can be addressed at stations: also shown; congressional Mrs. Dillon is -a sister of W. II. Their Own. .

.. 110 Nassau sheet, New York City. districts outlined, numbered Heath. .

considerable : and On the Willie and Frank Roxby were up
: We can save you population given. reverse I
r No Small Fry Here. side is a large scale map ofthe on Sunday. The success o the San Mateo[ Cigar is one of 23

::1j: $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ :. Anthony -Bro ., who run gent's Alaska.United Hawaii States and,the inset Philippines maps of; Mrs.friends J. M.Thursday.Vm. Jones was. here callingon the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coas I

houses in Miami, Palmfeac'll since the freeze :t
., : : maps of Europe, Asia, North and Carter and Geo. Harris were ,
and Wet Palm Beach, are
i s.V CARROLL: i just completing commodious store South America, Africa, Australiaand I in town Wednesday Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula 1
Cuba of the United' L. M 1. Drake has! moved into his! ,
in Daytona, where they will open ; population of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped I
house North Hill. "
new at Holly '
e e their fourth store. This live firm States by States and Colonies; popu- with the rich, silky leaf grown on East Coast plantations,
The North Beach st. Grocer. : ) Mr. and Mrs. F. Bangles have returned -
i last week closed a contract with the lation of cities having 10,000 or from where the cigar industry of the world ]has never produced better goods. j
more inhabitants; conspectus of the Chattanooga they :
= : Telephone] No. 19. : Daytona Gazette-News for 4,450inches civil divisions of the world, their spent the summer. For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union :r

: ..e.....e......ee..e..e..e.e...................ee*. of advertising know matter.the value Most of i i area, population, government, etc.; Mr. Hill has returned from Winter News Company on every train entering Florida. 1
live business men
-- Park and is his
of the world's occupying new
/111IN11NNi11/1..........................4' advertising. Nearly all of them chronological history since survey the discovery of house. twenty sizes, styles and grades to select from. :
;r < have made their money through

4F j ; Bond Lumber Company j' honest use dealing of printer's, hard ink.work The and small Lhewise America.The map must be seen to be a pI Mrs.spending Wm. Wetherelland a couple of weeks childrenare in FOR SALE BY ALL [MALI US. "

preciated. Remember one free Spring Garden and Del. nd. Manufactured byS. ,
MANUFACTURERS OP fry say "Advertising doesn't pay"And I goes
continue small fry to the to every new paid in advance yearly Miss Gertrude Dillard, of Satsuma W. ROWLEY.L.i. SAN MATEO
b ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER .. .. i end.-they DeLand News. subscriljer. .To present subscribers Heights is visiting Mr. and Mrs. 'f. J'LOR-IDA. 1

PINE AND CYPRESS, who are in arrearages and will pay II. Cave, Sr.Mr. 11.t, .ii.i.iii ._. '

i Ceiling Brick Lime to date and one year in advance one and Mrs. T. H. Cave, Jr.,
] Flooring :, ---
1s.Lath, hinge To Examine Employes. I of the maps, will be given: Or if -r- ,
T V Office and Yards: Eau Cca I have moved to Daytona where they
fj : andJICement'" In St oc. Hallway aDd orange Avenue Superintendent Wakely and Dr.I I you want a map without the subscription will remain all winter. H. T. McCLELLAN,

Lln Ky..100 miles south of Jacksonville.Kftlamaxoo S. G. Worley are examining the I IemployE's you can purchaaa one for
Cwut !!
;_ > MlUS-Bond Mill,Atlantic 98 cents. Call at the GazetteNewsoffice Several carloads of have ORNAMENTAL WOOD WORKER.
F. E.C. sty
f ,on sanford Branch of the of the entire system of the !
and see it. been shipped even though they are Wiutlow and luor Fram"" any kind or Btjle. Wiudow and Door Scrtna.Mantrit .
MALBY, Manager.
Phone 83 R. J. Florida East Coast Railway. The
._ not ripe. CttLin work, Et.>, Colonial Column, Porch Culutunti, Newels and Bal-
.tt;.. ..........'................N11PIIOI.STEHhit........................ employes will be examined for vision in UHtruilfd fur lair or posh work Bratketa. Scroll Sawing, Etc. f
Robins have large
50. and hearing. The superintendent Mrs. Maud M. Marsh'of DeLandhas appeared
numbers, BO have the hunters. New Machines and SKilled Help. '
and and doctor will start from the northern purchased through J. W. Wilkinson

BRACEY MANUFAimiRKHoniinHnRADBMoss terminus of the road and work the lots belonging to G. H. Mr. and Mrs. Bellamy and Miss Am fixnl for LuHin''HH.' Will call for your order .t

and Fiber Mattresses* southward. They will be engaged Ludwig and J. W. Wilkinson at the Eva Nilman, of Port Orange were Shop on North Ridgewood, Kingston, phone 123. l

Pie.r in Second Hand Furniture and Stovge.c from ten days to two weeks on lhe corner of Belleview avenue and II calling on friends in our burg this.
Your Old Furniture Made aiBelleviewAve. Good aGNew Beach street. week. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
test. j
a1.'aad Daytona,Fla

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S I Volusla County aDocket. .
.,,,T...." E., FITZGERALD, Editor ..4S. or Ever this Season. The ,i h ;;; ,_
4I Heavy .-Three Capital -' .:'" '. '.-- '- < -" !" (

U.L .8..X,,a.,President- '_ J. U.O. MOXKIS,Vice president Cases. Selected. ;.. :
T.Eo FI'IGK&.u.D8eeret... JidTre/ *' urer ,** ... fr; j
_ THE QAIETTE-NEWS\ .'COMPANYINCORPORATED The fal]II term of the Volnsia Preparations are being 0' : .

'1-; '.. I County Cii rcuit Coat convened at the Gazette-News t-c: ..-.,__ : "''".
( ) publication of the Daily ',--.- ---c., ,
s Deland Me nday. I .- ."0-
ThegraSelf nd jury consisted of Geo. mencing December1st. :: : .,

I Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida, as Second Class Matter. forenA. tan, W. A. McKeneie, 0.r dred pounds of new type' -, .. <:i- ,
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Hatche: J. W. Whitcomb, A. purchased and the forms S S. ./. -

<; Subscription- $1.50 Per Year in Advance. McF. PortFlowers .er, C. H. Messing, A. M. per are being laid out. <
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; \ .... ,, 'SATURDAY: NOVEMBER II, 1905. J'. C. Prevatt C. S. Harris, The Daily News will be The judges in our Ten Reasons Wiij t:

:i __ J. D. PureFuquay 'ell, W. W. Carter, J. M. ing paper published every 1

y A.. J. Dugger B. B. Futrillman I in the week except -i="-=y*

I. SOLDIERS WILL HAVE NO HOME.cr" ,THEY DISCUSSED WATERWORKS I T.J.Nes T N. Page, I. Doug. ing, and will be are deluged with answers andJR!

andKnight Edmond A. J. carriers at door for >-<,
? t herty Rogers. your sg '-
Couuty CommtaioQers Demand the The City Fathers Held a Special Meet* W!is excused. a week.

Daytxma Armory- and C .K.7t ...lttScckQiirtch : lag. Wednesday Evenlnz.-Pald The- members of the petit jury As soon as the Shanks be unable to announe the name (of t 3
: Elsewhere.Thfi I Many Bills. were: A. R. Cooley V.T. Barr W. now in the hands of the

A. Morris, J. M. McCorkle, H. B. is completed, the plant "{

: 'Board of County"Commisswnen The City Council met in ape al Stevens, David Jones, Chas. R. Dil- moved and installed in winner until next week.

met in regular l session i at DeLand session Wednesday eveni .
zer, J. W. Livingston Wm. Best, J. some building.

; ; w Monday evening and 'Tuesday fore- unusually large number f ills L. Nuckols, F. P. McElroy, J. H. The office force of the

:. noon. All members were present were presented and ordered d. Gentry and W. W. Olcott. J. W. has been selected. Geo. .

with the.. exception. of Commissioner The principal theme for discussion Clark, W. H. Cozene and E. W. will act as ; ;, -

of this Jtt7'RodgetlJ who was during the evening was tl!. i -
mechanical ,
: excused. department -
Amsden were .
unable to be present owing. to ill waterworks and sewerage question: THE DOCKET be assisted by C. S. .: ;,. 7

1 health- < Plans were. submitted by two engineering Charles W. Rush vs. C. C. Moore, Cora Crouch and Miss I ...

1 '' The following road and bridge : firms!, Lewis & Lite-hen. assumpslt compositors, and Winfred I. .. ,

: reports .were submitted: )f Chicago, an I Mr. Tt.ttle, r.f XeiYork. i Chas. W. Rush vs. W. H. Newell er, as pressman. The -

:: District No. Progress. on De- Both engineers have been' t. assumpsit. has secured Everett M. .

.. and Oflleen Road5' Daytona and flosely) studied the sit
of the
Henry W. Williams vg. Florida St. Augustine one
District No Pfnestrawing:: road: uation. No formal action was taken Florida .
East Coast Railway, assumpsit. newspaper men of
from DeLand to Lake Helen and repairs by the council but the mattE'rVas
Pierre d'a Pratt vs. Jerome Burgman editor. J

to bridges: discussed at some length. replevin.E. Decemberlst is the (1at

District No. 3-Repairs on Astor .. HE GRUBER-MORHS
.. $ :. E. Ropes vs. Eugene Yander-
and Daytona roada and road from El- More Electricity. pool, assumpsit.E. \ Dr. J. P. Each and fal\ I

dridge to Emporia completed. .M. B. Anltman is in the enterprising E. Ropes vs. Eugene Vander- from Huron Ohio

District'No. 5.-:No report profession as usual. He recent- pool, trespass. ing. HARDWARE COMPANY INC.

TU attorneys for the Board ly purchased the electric light plant Maggie Stockton and James Adam Sobantz arrived

Messrs.: Landis &, Fish were instructed owned by Dr. J. H. Pierson and has ton h her husband. City of Stock-I, ton, Ohio Thursday -
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; to proceed to take possession connecte4 up his store to the plant.Mr. I -----

;.,: of the Armory-in Daytona! for Aultman will have forty sixteen damages.James Stockton vs. City of De- looking after his ORANGE PICKINGS. The Daytona Institute, :,Wf ifWfWf'f 'r' i.Wi.Ci."I'miHrH '

S suit in and *Dr. E. H. Armstrong 166 Fairview Avenue, ;;
;, the county to bring a candle: power lamps one Land -
_. if The atter candle in front of the damages. and Nerve Specialist Miw Kva: May Stewart, I'll. B. Principal. '
ejectment necessary. sixty power I THE RIVERSIDE
i Bond Lumber Co. vs. Daytona Budgetof News From Instruction In Elementary and Higher

will hardly be necessafy, however, store. _ ville, will be at the Troy Branched. Children of tourist may con I HKS. B.C.SABTWH I .
Bridge Company, assumpsit. I I the Hustling Village to the tinue studies, begun at home. lIAaarer :
: as Co. K. will give pe cable posses- I Dec :3d i, 4th and 5th. -- -- '!
: z' The New Freight Depot. J. B. Taylor vs. A. C. L., trespass. i South. .rS..r---'IM*** .M. .MMMM_=.M.*..a..fle HUS. II S. I :il -

sion .if satisfactory. I- .arrangements. W. II. McBride vs. Atlantic CoastLine I Mr..and Mrs.I .1. R. \ .
: \ $ '
be'made between the State'and Thirty workmen are nO busily ladies of the Social Club met II Neville R Clark I : :
: not Ry., damages.The yesterday from New :.:. :'.. Rooms from $3.())0( Upward ..
: county for the use of the building. engaged in rushing the freight depot I their home residence of Mrs. Chas. Mil- :t
has case, of W. II. McBride vs. oocijpying on 'i i Electric Lights Baths and .
j The attorneys were also instructed to completion. Danona I Wednesday of last week and as h OPTICIAN. n .
the Atlantic Coast Line Ry., in avenue. OilierModern] Improvements
at Port Orange to long felt the need of a mi-tfer freight after 1.
to notify parties which said road sued for *8,0K( ) spent a'ery pleasant ;: I. ;
to remove obstructions from the depot, and when the on -tow under was \ The beach approaches I'.i : Overlooking the River t..
: for injuries sustained by the plain. h .
of construction is completedit bridges, .4 413 North
course Beach Street
:: Dnndinville) is receiving the .5 :
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road.A the tiff by falling through the platform by the recent high tide a. ... I ..
number of revolver bonds wereapproved will be the equal of any on 1; for his two houses. "' .5 : ::. -
Florida East Coast System. at Seville some time ago was compromised replaced.Mr. 1' .1 as ...5 .... tmmmIJ .w..WYH.YH.,..tm..mm. .::
but none for this part of and Mrs. Rufsnider arrived !: u.
the railroad paying $850;;
and Mrs. S. F. II Eyes Examined Free j n
the county. }' and are located with Miss

k Notary bonds of J. B. Parkinson, Will Soon Wed. in settlement with Mr. McBride. Aurora, Ill., came in McDaniel. This is their Kt>C- |q| vl S.
The case of Pratt vs. Post and l\\ At Clark's Jewelry Store. j! t First pub. Kept.3u; lust pub.NOT.18] :
of this city, and A. H. Hutchinson, The Gazette-News: is in receipt of as usual" are occupying winter in Port Orange. i .55 Ii I

of DeLand were approved. the following invitation: "Mr. and possession Burgman, involving of the the ownership plant, on Palmetto avenue.Advfrttaeiurut.. I I Pal ill 0, Sr., was here last week 5 5..SS.S.S.4-....-.-..S55SS.45 S5S.S.....a45S....5555SS.5S.55. .........-.:Ji ADMINISTRATOR'S N Of ICE.VOT1CB "
newspaper -- --- -
The Criminal Court bills were approved Mrs. W. W. Moore request the pleasure I, !Jus sons, .1. L. and Frank. ***..***#******#*#..*#*#.* > U hereby given that all creditor*, "-
at Seabreeze was compromised I I i legatees, distributees and all pencei 3..
to the amount of $3l7.l4 of at the marriageof I arriv- whomsoever having cluluiu or demand ;-
your company J r. and Mrs.( E Carpenter J I I IJ
settlement made out of court. COTTAGES FOR RENT. against the Estate of the late Frill ttodw
: and Clerk Jordan instructed to issue their daughter Jimmie Fay and I from Charlevoix Mich. man are r....ulr...l lo preaent the name tu the
The case of C. W. Rush vs. C. C. TRAGIC I DEATHOF undersigned within two years from tbc
L warrants to cover the amount. Mr. John Percy Cartwright on Wed- to :Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jones One six-room house, : date hereof. MARIE LJNDCBIUK: ,
Moore wherein the
plaintiff on JOS. AdiulnIslrator.e1 ,
,: The Treasurerpresented his report nesday evening, November twenty- owed the defendant 'W'k Saturday a son. On the with bathroom, furnish- the EstateutPrtuLluderman. -
a store account by 4 wlrt. ,
for the month of October to- second nineteen hundred and five day a son was added to the the Will Annexed -
t was the first jury case taken Jed. : Ormond. Florida September iJ. M6.
gether with his books and. acconnts I at half-past five o'clock, Methodist KILLED BY EXPLOSION of Ed. Johnson.
in it Also four-roomed
up, and the court was engaged one J
which duly examined and on Church South Bartow
were Episcopal LENE GAS truckers are setting out a
motion approved. Florida." all of Tuesday and most Wednes- : cottage, furnished or : Notice of Application for Fi alDiicharge.
strawberry plants
day. The jury returned a verdictfor : many .
4 STATEMENT FRO [ ,REPORT. Miss Moore is a sister of Mrs. W. J unfurnsihed. *
Rush for $401, the full amount Lighted a Match to i > Notice U! hereby given that sli months
$ Revenue Fund: Maxwell Hankins this city while sued for with accrued interest. Ben- Huger of Silver Beach was in Both New, |: aftr dale, to wit; on the -tod day of March, ,
last and the Explosion I'UJ.or &!S.HJU thereafter Bill can be heard. ;:
; Bal. from report $11497.53 the groom is the son of a prominent nett represented the plaintiff and i last week showing a friend the : TImoMsVETIIEIIELL, 2 I I will uHLkeluy Bnul returnsa.excutoe of ,.
the l.ast Will and Testament of Henry
93.82 i
Receipts for month physician of Bowling Green, Ky. ately of interest. 01'olu1ls
Landis & Fish the defendent. J Hill Fla. J Ketch deceased to the County Jadg!|
Holly ,
\ County "Florida and ask that its
Disbursements 1967.89 well and in
Both known popular .
i are Bellamy was shipping oranges fcaiuetw allowed and approved and that a
Only one civil case has been, up "f" ", " final discharge be granted me as such ex
Daytona. _ I week. ecutor. C. M BINUHAM.Jr
.t and
to night disposed of CLEARWATEH i
Thursday i .
Bal. on ha !d Nov. 1 05 9623.46 sept J, iwfi. Eiecutor.
y Road and Bridge Report: Capt. N. J. GrahstKLMr. and Mrs.C. it may be the only one tried. The the sixteen-year-old and Mrs. Price, of Charlevoix, E. L. STEWART, M. D.

Bal. from last $257.37 A. Dudley and Mr. ami Mrs. Rob- case of Rush vs. Newell was non- CoadulIau18 killt-d ., came with Mr.'and Mrs. Car Physician and Surgeon (nr t pub sept 'J: last pub. SOT IS.-
report Special! attention to Diseases of the
and have rented Gus John- '
for month 92.32 .ert Graham came over from Orlandoin Suited. The Grand Jury has had a the explosion of an '
; : Disbursements 309.27 Captain Graham's automobile busy time. It has handed in two plant in an outhouse at cottage. Office and residence: Palmetto avenue .
M. Milburn and the two chil In Circuit CiiirtSiventh, Judicial
Wednesday and are the guests of true bills for murder and one for The young man went Flr&t door north of Catholic Church.Telephone .
Circuit: in and for Yolusia County
Bal on hand Nov. 1, '05 $ 40.42 Col. and Mrs. W. M. Shaffner. The rape, a capital offense. The three house late in the arrived from Palm Beach, _ -' -U-3 Florida.

0 Fine and Forfeiture Fund: party reports the road excellent from negroes are in jail-Isaih Morris, for a leak in the plant, they have been visiting Mrs. C. C. BOHANNON. The nrulll'r. lnrrb Hardware -

: last Lake Helen; Edgar Alexander, Day- mother. The)' will re- << .
Bal..from report $2309.18Receipts Orlando to Sanford; fair from. Sanford been giving them some Physician and Surgeon. Company i-orpo--
tona; John Fisher. Barberville, the with Mrs. S. Milburn until ration tlrgli.lliz..1! aini t-x-
for month 605.60 to DeLand, and poor from De- latter for rape. Court will no doubt is supposed! he struck a OHire over the Atwood ('Imrlllae) Licach i fotiiiK uuUer the Laws:: ot

: Disbursements 480.92 Land to Daytona. hold over until next week. !cate (the leak and the when they leave for their tltrt't't, IUYTIINA, FLOKIUA.Xo. the Jj tat of Florida,

-- I lowed. I iu St. Augustine. 'l'tIti'Lulie 74. 1'laiiitiff, "
0Do not that Dr. E. B. Armstrong I vs.
forget -
; Bal. hand Nov. 2433.86
on I F. McDaniel and son Davis
The building in .J alllj1 LoVelfH, IlffeUlIfllt. "
; and staff of and Walking Was Oood. E M. D.
Eye Nerve J. Rawlings
S located down to I]dora Monday to do J. (i. lirowu, Specialists of Jacksonville, will be was was I). Mclafeu, ,
Post Cue Set For Jan. 22. E. B. Steuhouse returned Saturday -
work there. to
I They expect 1 Office Gllle's Clias. liallougluiijij J. W.
man was evidently over Drug Store
I hem-at the Troy House, Dec. 3d, 4th from a visit of several days:' to \\ ill GurllioI.I1. 1.iI
!\ In the United States Court Tuesday chine: when it blew up t laP remainder:: of the week. after September 10. :'
a number of important matters and 5th. They request that all Daytona. He walked part of the less did not realize just:: Chas. Dougherty was a pas- 'PIIO E 39. James Loveless! Defendant, J. G. 1
their former patients will come to leaving the train at Hurds Sta- --- -- -- Brown CLas.: (!. Uurgojne I). ilcLaran.Chas. .
were brought :to the attention of way the north bound train
happened.A on H. H. SEEIYE A. B. A. M. M. D halloujrh and J. W. Wilkiuson, |
the hotel for an inspection of their .
Judge Locke among which were tion. He covered the nine miles, crowd of people <(< urllbh't't, aud nil other persons inter- ']

the following: case and would invite any others carrying I 10 pounds of baggage, iu train Physician and Surgeon. ettiI I: ,;
special composed
the street and nearby ::! :: :: ( a } i You arn hereby notified/ that the Gro- ;
The affidavit of Charles O, Post who are in need of their services, to 2 hours and2: minutes. lie started to the scene, hearing coaches full of Italians High SI'*Fiv-1,1
and motions and notice of the consolidation -I see them. from Hurdn at 5:38: and arrivedat the explosion. A for the end of the road pass I. Tlierum! iin-l (\,11I1..1| Air organized: and misting ha uiwfcr OIl
the Uw of the .State; ul ,
of ertain indictmentswere the Methodist Church at 8 o'clock. Treatment of K:>r, Kar: Nose, Throat, iaVvuiiiiiit
Another Tiger Pinched.I. met their gaze. through here. They have gone J.UIIK and Nervous Disorder) ; Uheiimati the :7th day of A pill 1 iutituted suit

filed in the case of the UnitedStatt.a -St. Augustine Record.] to work on the F E. C. exten iii, ('uun.r,'1'lIIlIorM.IIi:1l"II."t', ) of \\'OIllt'H | wht-iviu Jaiiiei" Ijljvelt** uinailf .
of the building wei writ 01ifiiriibliniPtit :
0. Clark, a colored man of Mid- and Chronic Ailment ilt-frinluit, mill| \\hfrrin a ..
against Helen W. Post. The ,
i.sMiwI on J. (0. Brown
was pulled Monday by Marshal Jaehde is Coming. mangled anti headless I I Offire resilient : .
affidavit of C. C. Post bears on a way at 127: So. UidjnnvooiOffice ('Lao!. (i. ltiirKu>iK>, I). McLarenChas.lUliilllKll
Zuberfor selling booze and fined young man. Hours: 7 to> a. m., 1 to3,6 ton'! p. m.'j'rlrlhOIl" i /: Ull'l J. W. WilkillfOU.
M. Jaehde the
x continuance of the'case the event Adolph t xprt} I I
His He is a Hustler. Nu. Ho. 'I'liiH u MIIIIIIIUII ad rftiin1DdaI"
$75 and costs in the family were ::
of procuring material witnesses. The Mayor's Court. piano tuner, will be in Daytona the --- -- -- I Will'o iWivrmi-to) U. Turner Sheriff of
After paying his fine Clark skippedout last week in 1 December and will be grief by the tragic L E. Griber, one of the success !100000000000.000000000000.. i \'t.llI"ia t'uii ii ty, l''loriilaou the :nth day"
trial of the 0 '"
;; case has been 10 .
changed r.mst.I I of April, A. I I' I::10lad; was on
before the much i is merchants of the East DR. BRUSH
authorities regret
from December 11 to January 25. county prepared to tune pianos. Orders : : 2 ith da.v of f Mav. .\. j D. 1\14)\ ; rturiwd ..
-I had a chance to arrest him. may be left at the GazetteNewsoffice. sudden death.-- large hard ware establishments II 0 0 IfOMKOl'ATHir) : I'llYSlriAX.: 0 0 that tlllIt.f\ lIJalt Jam, $ lx>veli$ tat
Union. Palm Beach and Daytona) 0 0 ; not IM found in, the .Stal" of Florida. :
Children Enjoy Themselves.The ,0 0 i, A nil >'ou an-further notiUwl that the 1
Card of Thanks.I ----- visitor in Miami today. )fr'l S 0 : wiitl .1 \llIt'tI Ijovi-k-M: and) nil other p*!**

children of the Daytona Kin- desire ........................................... ( is a member of the drainage I. 'drunk'' !II')1Ht'1L-t.tI a :Sriaty.| win interes-letl ait- bt'It.Lt1'quirri to
to to the uit <>B
express peopleof I 0 aplwur plead or demur in Mid
dergarten enjoyed a trip across the Daytona my heartfelt thanks for I of West Palm Beach, to I 0 or Irfoir the lin.t Monday i" lM-wtw'd:

I river and back on Capt. Ellenwood's the many manifestations kindness ) was let the contract bthe II'' : mkTE.RiiUiH : I IJHj.V A. I H.. \,.-'wtf the 4th '

ferry launch The Yankee Doodle shown me during my husband's last i Edw. G. HarrisPHOTOGRAPHER i of County Commissioners to i I..0 0 0 lLJuililit011.luontli. otherwi. f default will be l'utrJYd < ::

I. :
illness and at his death.
Monday. There were about a dozen a large area of land in the :' 0 aI' Ii LAM>I. 4 Fish
Mss DR. ( E.; Fl1'WEkA';
4 1'
and a half in the E.-\GUY. : I
party and many Beach section and is here toI Xo. : .. iiJvvurw "aidI -
,: : o 'l'finJ"I'IIUI', I Attorney for tin fJrul -r-.Mo rr j
were the thanks to Capt. Ellenwood : Coiiijiaiij.To :
the meeting of the board and :
: :
The Sun Will Soon be Shining. Opposite I'ubli.: School. :, I _
a. for his kindness in inviting them. "I. .
detail matters in a -- --- -
: There has been a 'new see.saw'added : The first is up with some the drainage matter-con 1I 1------!!!!!!...-.-..---.-.-.-.-..-....-... I I (First put t let.? ; Ia=l pub. Dec.W) v '
PecK Block 'Phone
;.. to the Kindergarten will be out November 18th. It will : 1i < :
Metropolis.( i T. E. FITZGERALD I !Notice to Debtors and Creditors. ,1.
ground. be brim full of good things gottenup i '
ATTORNEY LAW j the Judges Court In an4 for
I AT .In County
The first half term ends with this by Editor L'Engle and illustratedby I Volusla County Klorlda.
Cartoonist ........................................... and Changed Advertisements. DAYTONA, FLORIDA. I! In the matter of the Kaieteof: .u.nrrV.
; Taylor. 'Coldouah del-eased.
I Associated with dUUlM-
I ,,
wee.The To allredltor legatees
Friday.luncheons at the Kin- Goyernor Broward contributes a following new and changed LANDIS & FISH and all other person bat lug! e|&tm''' 01 voolmauds d.I-
I I the K:.iai f' Uenr
Florida !
in the adver DeLand. agitlnst
dergarten are much enjoyed the paper on "The Pardoning of Crimi- appear
by nals G. S. FARLEE I i columns of this issue of the i ::5JlPt'ial faoilitiw for 4>xniniiiin>?land titles cluugli.dweaied You Itr.. ....,....y.:re4Ulled to P"*! 'nt.;to 0claims tf' .
children and the visitors who often which answers the critics of I OttiCl' in At wtlodllot... Thou- 124. and dnnands agulust said IL"fttrthe

.: coIn', to help enjoy an especially the Pardoning Board. No one should Painting, Decorating, I tte-Xews: -Isaac A.-Ht-"wart-- --:-; -- gerald.uf undersigned DHvtona.at the Volul llil'tUnty.rtortdlr of T. -
I\ford 1111S'l'EVAHT cia1JDl
miss this ;' n A Wall Co ........ .. .. .Page 1 within wnt war from date.or your
happy day."" _" number. Write The Sun, New 1905 Wall Paper, the largest and handsomest line I .:" HardwareOo. ....Pane 2 & IJLY I and liated demands this :'Nh will day I I.e of"..stoterD. btVd. .$0'
Jacksonville Fla., and order it sent per samples ever shown in Daytona. Imported and Blnghain & Maley eo. Page I '.t'OLCLOI'GHiAs .;
*Placo; ordelll'lor ... ..... JOHN \ -
Boston to & oater-The mull Pag* i I of Jlp.r1
your !: lute
or [
you see19.. Those of our from 5c to |5.00 per roll. 3000 new designs to select LAWYERS AtIulImllm.trnturufthe ;
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brown bread and baked beans with readers entitled to a subscription decorating a specialty. Northern mechanics employed. E.C.F 5art1i-The Pt..rct'-It'ctrlelau.Riverside .Pace Pages I V.Cololough: ,deceased.T. ,. "o r?,;!

? the Gramli&g Bakery will receive the first Office and Shop, 32 Myrtle Avenue. DAYTONA, N. Railway.. ...... ...... .... ., .Page 4 Office in Bank Building, DcLANI) : ). FLA I l.audls. t:. ntzgerald.Fish: ;.
copy. -_ Steamship! Co.............. .....Page 4 Branch office over Postoffice, DAYTOXA I I At.)rnej-slor Admlalstrator. : i
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f!ail N..Happening....NNNZNIN*. 'IM' : Jacksonville Dr=and Mrs Thursday.J, ,M.. Jones visited. DR. mm, IS' NO I I f Ew PASSENGER STATION I ':" -n; 'I

.. MlR: I Anthony's Shoes : _
: hon Shaw
f, ... N/b. .N111N......N1r A minstrel troupe will appear at Death are -. : ..
-j[-: the Relieved his Suffering And New Postoffke Building Wantedfor 7i- are \ .
.:none to early to have that Opera House Nov. 28. Silent Salesmen. > :
% .. ; Silent Salesmen. ,
... .
Evenlag.-Tto Remains Takento
DI'tonaBoard of Trade ..
ji aside. The assort- Ap "
aa present put C. G. : ::: :
Kittridge and wife left for '
., .- ''. T
:-< Ohio for I : :
it ia complete now, wb have the Tampa Friday for a short visit points Improvement Committee '. to ,- --' ,
pet" line of special price sterling Dr. Frederick L. Meagley; died The Board of Trade held an in- .- <;' ,' -
..' Arthur Keller visited with his
lice ever shown in Daytona. All Sunday evening at 845 after an ill- teresting meeting at the Halifax
t mother, Mrs. J. C. Keller this week.J. _
\ engraved free. ness covering a period of several Riyer Yacht Club house Tuesday af-

#, _q L H. ROWE & Co.HE. D. C. Morris visited Jackson- years. He had been a sufferer fnom, ternoon and many important mat- AnthonyBrothetr: "

;ill a : M. Goodall received a ffne'uewRafomobile ville Wednesday on business; but* consumption for about six years. ters were discussed.G. :

: Sunday. incidentally he took in the society Thinking perhaps a milder climate H. Clark suggested that if :

h .' circus. would prolong his life, he came to efforts were made through the pro- Jill Jillt
Mrs.John B. Morss left'
ijf Saturday ,-
j Mrs. Saxon, who has been occupying Daytona four years ago and ever per channels he thought the govern- '
in New York.
,., f.pther home since has battled with the dread disease u'\
Mrs. C. H. Spencer's cottage the ment could be induced to erect/a .

F :;ifr..and Mrs. C. G. itShiday past summer, moved to Holly Hill prolonging his life much longer postoffice building in Daytonafhe I

: for New York for (} Wednesday than most persons afflicted with con- present postoffice building i t inadequate t

h, Seeks visit. sumption.Dr. to properly handle\ increasing ,
4' : M. Allen and family arrived Wednesday .
s SryHarry Coleman left for Orlando Meagley was born Jan. 15, mail, and it seems impossible to !
from Fort
Plain,' New York 1868, making him nearly thirty- rent a suitable building. After discussing
fiunday where he will work for anImsnrance will
are their homeon Daytona
occupying new open
eight of the time
years age at of his the matter from all sides a .
i company. :
Fairview avenue.
death. He was a very successful committee consisting of J. A. Hen- I I

i' rane's note paper, standard of Mrs. Asa Paine and family are surgeon for many years practicingin dricks S. H. Gove Col C. M. Bing store on Beach street about -
: "":.quality at Clark's.Clarence occupying their handsome home on Ohio before coming to Davtona. ham, T. E. Fitzgerald and Dr. H. H. ',)f! : "

V Rogers went to New South Ridgewood. Mr. Paine will Of late he has been confined to his Seelye were appointed to take up November 15th..

4. ;;.Smyrna Monday to look after some arrive about the 15th. bed most of the time. the matter with the various officials '. *.. r Y.

P;;.'surrey ing at that,place. Mrs. H. G. Hunnewell is, entertaining Short but impressive serviceswere and endeavor to interest them in the .

J. A. Clements and wife and D. her monther, Mrs. Eliza held' at his, late Bay street project.S. ,1 .._ it.t.

home Tuesday, after which the cas- H. Gave who always has his :: :
_a '4P. Merrill and wife were among the Hills and her sister, Mrs. M. H .
ket removed to the 4:r ii n
;:arrivals from the north Saturday. Harmony of Plainfield N. J. I was undertaking weather eye open for improvements
parlors of the Bingham & Maley said he thought the Florida East '

.;.( Yrs. R. B. Jibb returned from The Stetson University football Company where it remained until Coast Railway company would erecta : A temporary front will be 'f'\. t

| 'Memphis. Tehn., Tuesday where team, in a game played at. DeLand Thursday when it was shipped to new passenger station in this cityif .

I; she had been visiting her mother. Saturday, defeated the Jacksonville ; Findlay Ohio, for interment. Rev. they were approached on the mat-
Light Infantry team bv of 12 i used on account of therecent
Miss Mattie Sparks returned Sun- a score Dowlin, of the Methodist Episcopal ter. The same committee as above ,

s ,-;', day from a several months visit tJ 0. church, conducted the services at were instructed to take up the mat- .. s .- I

;, with friends at Montgomery, Ala- Another shipment of package the house, assisted by Rev. B. F. ter. breakage of our

tba. ma. seeds just received. We can sup- Marsh Rev. Shoemaker and Rev. C. Waterworks and sewerage were .

r z ply any kind of seeds. M. Bingham. Many sorrow i ing next discussed. A resolution was
:: You can always get the latest plate glass. i :, .
;r Hankins The Druggist. friends attended the services as did introduced by Dr. H. H. Seelye as : .
,,_ novels by the most popular authors ,
'T S the physicians of the city as a body. follows: "Resolved that the Boardof i : \ .
'. at Clark's.C. Benford Deacon John V. Col- \ S -
Dr. Meagley leaves to mourn his Trade work with the city council -
dough and Major John B. Parkinson
:. F Buckman, who had been the demise a widow and son, to whom in forwarding plans for the establishment J
Wednesday for Bulow
6 ", of friends here for several on n the Gazette-News "-
guest joins their host of a of waterworksand

days returned to his home in Jack- hunting today.trip. They expect to return of friends in extending condolence sewerage system for the city 'of Day- ... '. '_.-_, n-_ -.-. -_ ,--.. .. .__- .-__

sonville. Mrs. Meagley and son, Martin, ac- tona." The resolution passed with I .

;: Mr. and Mrs.H. L. Kodf; r- Ladies baths at the electric light companied the remains Thursday but one dissenting vote

ger of Seabreeze, left Saturday for plant. and in all probability will not return W. H. Edmondson M. B. A ult-

j1 Chicago where> they will t Wait for Mrs. C.. II. Wicks and sister Mrs. to Daytona man and Geo. H. Clark were appointed ai

4 some weeks. R. E. Stillman, from Joliet Ill., arrived a committee on membership.Any .
x A Law and Order League.A .
r Monday and are now comfort- interested in the welfare Brothers0 .
: : J. W. Eggerberger and wife, of person nt
hr Brooklyn, t.Yurk, come in Monday -:ably located in their winter home on Law and Order league has of Daytona is eligible to membership on F
been formed
Ridgewood avenue. iu DayIOIlTII object -
6W. and have occupied their homein and the fee is but $1.00for
: of the Association is nil
= Seabru'zt'. : Smith & Thomas have rented thelcCtJJJulO put initiation with no dues. The following -
ta. blind timers out of business The
members electedat
r house on Palmetto streetto new were
;, tDr J. H. Pierson Dentist Peck organization is of a secret nature
Mrs. Annie Whitehead of Atlantic Tuesday's meeting: S H. Gore C.

Block upl uisiteSuutli:! Bridge, 'Phone City, who will conduct a first. and outsiders know little of its A. Steele, B. H. Wiiriamson, H. B. Anthony's Shoes Anthony's Shoes

:ti ; 108-2:? Residence 39-3 r.Win. i class, boarding house. workings. Yarborough, S, E. Bullard.and Dr. are are

Allen wife and! daughter of ? It Full line of the National Biscuit H. H. Seelye. Silent Salesmen. Silent Salesmen.,
tAre troubling
Troy, Ohio came in Sunday and! your you Co.'s goods at the Gramling Bakery. Lawrence Thompson and T. E.
costs IK thing to have a thorough ex-
-?, have taken possession: of their home --- ----.-- --- --- ..
amination made of them, and if thereis S -
on Rillgeuood. o o o ee eeo eOe
E ** any trouble have it corrected. LET US HELP YOU BUY IT.
m- J. II. Potter and sister of Westerly
l R. I., arrived Saturday and will{ Eyesight Specialist. - ,

make Daytona their home the|coming We are offering some attractive j.iWn of realty at figures that will loosen the
f Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Potter and :
a winter as usual. baby arrived from NarragansettPier mull WIlD 0\111I puiw strings of the most cOlIlI'rvatiIIIOII them are: I: METRICAL L CONSTRUCTION. : :

Visit the electric light pant and R. L, Saturday The Doctor I u"n IOUft : No. 170. n r.x>nu-ottftg<> on tlwwi.it uiuV Pine street, lath: and plaster, fillyfurnished 1

see the finest baths in the South.J. is busy getting the Clare donJ in J Supplies of All Kinds.
with up-todate furniture:-everything brand nt'w. house just finished and +
shape for the opening of thatvpopu-; 5
has rented the
W. never. occupied. Lot 100x242, running from Pine to Valley street, Daytona Beacb,
J. M. Carson house on Magnolia lar house. 4 FINE FIXTURES. fj t | t j
FIIXIar the jiuBtotfireand J 3. block! eouthof Sftilirwa avenue. Price 2,000.00.No. "
t avenue to W. B. Savell, of Newark, eMrs.! Millar's Hair Dressing Par- '

.{.. ..' N. J..for the season. ors are now open to the ladies it 151'0010( house on lot 200 liy about 400, corner Valley street and Earl J FAIR PRICES.
I' .
: Mr, and Mrs. L. N. Blood arrived 122 South Beach street. Appointments stm-t and fronting on tie river. Has ?i acre grape vines and has guava, plum, SERVICE.
made at your home tf .
from Tuxedo, Wednesday evening, orange and I lemon trees. Has a large garden spot' that caout be beaten.
and are occupying their inter home J. W. Wilkinson has rented one pear o 0 0 . '. o o e
ISJ? \ 4-inch flowing well. A place that will make the heart content. 15,000.00. @I
on South Ridgenood. of J. G. Brown's cottages, 225 South '2

Kg and Ridgewood avenue, to A. B. Voor-
Fancy china, many new I
handsOme pieces at Clark's jewelrystore. hees of Belmar N. J. Mr. Voorhees 5 M I T HTHO M A 5 FURNITURE, RUGS AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS AT THE
rti has brought his horse and trap and A

will remain until May Estate Fire Life and Accident Insurance.
Geo. F, Cordis and wife arrived Real New Low Price Furniture Store.

from the north Saturday and have tThe Hub Restaurant has C nice PETERS BLOCK, DAYTONA, FLORIDA.

rOOms. Meals at all hours t
E taken possession of their handsome sleeping 3: i ko 5' ;

d residence in Seabreeze. Will open Dec. 1. Engage your J. 11. Tisdale and family, of Cov- Fitzgerald were appointed a com Eric Mills will open a barbershopin / o Zj ,c:: .IJ 7..). 8 r." m'M 1r.tJ ,

6Until all orders left rooms for the season now. 47 North ington Ky., were among the Tues mittee to get up plans and report to the Keating Casino at Daytona 0 Q -

at Wray's April music on store, upright Beach street. day arrivals.:: Mr. Tisdale own,/ a the next meeting as to the feasability Beach very shortly. ...>...a....... a;.a I I---j ; S\\)... i

} pianos in Daytona, will be tuned for I The Davis Comedy Companv .will home on Palmetto avenue.tHuyler's of the Board of Trade issuing a M. R. Moore arrived Thursdayfrom 00;; o C J :: ".
Q.> W <
f.. hold down the boards at the local booklet descriptive of Daytona for Indiana and is : lTma
n two dollars. 1 11Ir:4. I candies at Clark's.Work again receivingthe : CUJ m or ..
I Opera House the 22nd of the month. i general distribution. Something of greetings of his Daytona friends. = i tI.1). ) ;
'f. Tichner of Wisconsin bas This is said to be a first class com-i is progressing rapidly on this kind would be of untold benefitto m rJj>a .-: 8p. (c:

: ; rented the E. M. Ladd cottage on pany and will no doubt be greetedby the Hendricks building, and whn I the city, and should be encouraged tOur cut glass cannot be excelledany ..:. T1'-" "_. I I C o .:r.'O:1... 0c ;;; 0'_"

,J Earl and Valley streets Seabreeze a crowded house. completed it will be the finest busi- I by every citizen. The idea is where. A close inspection willprove __ 4-0 o ,.. I r!:: .;; "a 1

., through Smith & Thomas. I ou,-statement. .w 1i1 00Q ...
ness structure in Daytona. to have a booklet with no advertising ) C'r.tJ :: "
E. Fuller returned : Ch ..... -- 111., S..
Mr. and Mrs. C. GEO. H. CLARK, Jeweler. ,
'What is Lily Water? Call at Four more carloads of Italians matter whatever. :::
the electric to St. Augustine yesterday after a The meeting adjourned until the S.V.. the San Mateo :) I. 0 :; 00'
light plant. passed through Daytona Wednesdayenroute Rowley, cigar ra G :::::-'
J. + 'i"CLARK '
Henry Alston a well known colored visit with the latter's grandfather, to Key West to work on the first Tuesday of next month. manufacturer, was looking after business -
will 'conductthe
N. Davis. Mr. Fuller & KINCAID '
f man, who has made Daytonahis Granada at St. Augustine this' extension of the F. E. C. Ry.eDainty interests in Daytona yester ,

home for the past thirty years, season. cakes for dainty, lunchesat Edward E. Pierce has duringthe day. On Ncrth Canal, Beach Street.

died here Monday morning. the Gramling Bakery past week finished the wiring Henry J. Ewing, representing the --
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Carter Post is in the introducing
Seven carloads of workmen for one of Dr. Bennett's houses on Washington city -
Mrs. John Vick who has been ----- --
and servants arrived Wednesday work entitled fes-
of the East Ridgewood and started the second. a new
the extension
Key West / Pa. in visiting her mother Mrs. John Gardner (s i from a
and of
Coast railroad through this evening Good work gets prompt recognitionin sages Papers Confederacy. >y :
to Miami. private car. They have rented Major for some days returned to her Daytona.tWaterman's. Smith & Thomas have rented the $ / '
place Sunday enroute Parkinson's Ridgewood house for home in Jacksonville Tuesday. u J DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS p7" .1.1I

BEaked beans at Gramling Bakery Ideal Fountain pn, Surf Crest, at Daytona Beach, to
the season. W F. Bleekman and family of Mrs. Hazlewood of Jacksonville.She .
? ,
today.. the name sells the pen. Come in I n. DILLINQHAM. Proprietor | 1
; "Old-fashioned pound cake at the Fort Plain N. Y., who own a homeat and at assumed jiossession Wednesdayand
L Mr. and Mrs C. H. Keeler, of try ours. Special agency FIRST STREET, NEAR FREIGHT DEPOT 1 '
Gnmling Bakery. I Daytona Beach arrived Tuesday Clark's. will open the house about Nov. '
Dixon ILL, were among the Saturday and are comfortably settled for the 15th. I ENLARGED AND NEWLY[ KiUU'l'KD! FOR PLAXIXfi, SAWING RKSAWINJ :- .

.t arrivals. Mr. Keeler will fill Henry Zoller of Hoopeston, III, winter. Charles Storrier Stearns has rented Charles B. Garrison, tinsmith, : : ( TURNED WORK OF ALL KINGS WINDOW' AND I Mill (t if
the side of the Ibach Wilkinson the Real Estate : FR.unsnSH.: DOORS. .STORE FRONTS, COUNTERS. AIi-! _t
his old with the Journal.J. has rented east through -
position I. will not be in the employ of S. B. I
house Beach street through the Mr. and Mrs. Schuler One, of Man, the X. N. Bailey place, for-
F. Trout and wife, ,Grand on Green after this week. If he cannot or Carvwl) (CIlIJilot:4. We Hake the REST: MOULDIMJ | 41 I
among ofi< the Smith & Thomas agency. He will I Highland Park Ill who have spent merly the C. E. Smith property, at secure employment of some kind Always Urij x Rapids Michigan, were
arrivals Monday and wit,'ns usual be accompanied by his wife and two many winters in Daytona, are sojourning Daytona Beach. Mr. Stearns comes elsewhere Mr. Garrison will have to i No Advance in Price, although material hate gone up from 40 to ';-

daughters. This is Mr. Zoller's in Santa Barbara, California from Newburg, N. Y., and will arrive 80 per cent. We Screen your home and enaraatee the fit. .
leave which he
Daytona to
remain in Daytona through the win- third season in Daytona. where they will remain the conning about Dec 15.! do much. regrets (s .i .iS.i .miS>mii ..J.. .i. .
ter. very

Notice:-You can get dry pine Smith & Thomas have rented the winter. Mrs. Ella Simonds met with a Report says that a new paper will .

and oak wood at llu North Beach Van Dorn House to Earnest L. Cas- Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hoene are I very painful accident last Saturday soon be started in Daytona. Rumor Call on J. R. LA SHA

Street. Phone 37.21Gm well of Wakefield. R. I. Mr. Cas- again occupying their handsome t I night. She fell when descending the further that will be a stock
says in the Electric Line
having arrived stairs and dislocated her Dr. for anything
home Ridgewood,
last hip.
well managed the Holly Inn the on
The iron beams for the Shanks company backed by Frank W. Pope,
it run under that name last Saturday from Pittsburg. Theyare C. C. Bohannon and Dr. J. W. Raw- Batteries received also line Edison
was of
building on South Beach street arrived season of Jacksonville, J. Hall Brumsey of Fresh Columbia just a new Lamps
Monday and workman k are now and made the most successful season accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.F. lings attended her, and at present DeLand John W. Williams, of Day- Xew fixtures exchanged for old ones. .
; pushing work again on .te hat buildfR the house had experienced up to W. Hoene and child and Mrs. she is resting easy, although she will tona Beach, and Pierre d'A Pratt, Will have in another lot of swell fixtures in a few days.
that time. Shugert. be unable to walk for several weeks. "
i ,1ng. the former publisher of the & -

and GRave tried the Gramling tFor sale cheap for cash, several breeze," as manager. It is said the J.R. LA SHA
>r sale cheap for cash sev- Two automobiles a Westinghouse you .
beans and Boston brown barrels of flour suitable for paper will be independent democratin ,
eral barrels of flour suitable for engine with direct connected
bread. If them at once. j' hog or chicken feed. Apply at politics, or in other words it will
hog or chicken feed. Apply at dynamo 250 lights, for sale. Alonzo not' try I Electrician 221 BeaclrStreet.
N. Beach street. Quigg & Miller's Bakery. the regulars. ,
No 239 oppose .
Quljg & Miller's Bakery. White, garage, Palmetto, near Baytf. -

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stiiingcitrBIs .- j7 :............. .. ... .... B.wwre tbe Ea.T ....Uer: .......................................eso.....eo. 'DAYTONA TRANSFER c0 ?

,. Years but fool's measure for = .
are a : .
Low Tide on thr Beach. MALLORYLIMES -,- -< :-'
the where will find youth, which Is divine. They bring cau- / \ \:'::'; -
place you C. E. .JOHNSTON, Proprietor. ..._ ..
; 'c DAT A. )(. P. :C. DA"2 A. X. P. )(. ion mere often than wl. dom and a cerate : ':'$
1t Fresh {Ban:Rolls! DoughnoU and --- -- of Aman a ""
t belief in the unreality joy. i 'i
I Rubber. Tire Carriages. Fine horses ,,
Cake of all kinds. Nov... I 4 H 4 55 Nov.18.. II 06 3 58 In quickly disillusioned which Cartful Drrvm '
50; si 111 805 651 L-- SS !. > :
4 Angel Food, Pound Cake and 'I II 80649 !%! 11& 75SU commonly' means that he has set up hia We are well equipped for"Straw Rides" The finest turnout in the rc4' it .
4 710 T49 21 824 856 own Idea of what things should be by : SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS i ;.
Macaroons.a specialty. t. 5 814 849 930 955U of what things are and sulks 'B1W meet all train*and take passenger to any part of the :._'i i-
10 the side clt1. !
II 9 16 II 41 23 10 36 51 :
I tt 7 10 1110 It 1. 1112 11" forever at the result He then commits STEAMSHIPS. i Trunks delivered promptly. Stables oppoelte Public School. ': }
II 11 OJ 11 18 2i lUll ;: r.:
New Harness: It \I 11 1.9' 11 M .'I. 1! 31 1 11 the folly of becoming old and prefers SS Largest: and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the ... .-,' .
." 1O129: r. 125 206 existence to life. He clambers. Into one S CO 8t. SI 27 :' : !;
4 11 I2 =-S lOtI :III 131M line Telephone j
of the shelters that XO '
or other many OVERCROWDING.-
44 00
12 110 144 29 IS os 345 'to
and Repair'Shop .. ).1 I4t :219 ." 110 353 4S4 tbe way, curls up within and smiles :: STATEROOMS POSITIVELY GUARANTEED : _ _ _ .>.itl : 4
*4 Important ..
4 2i$ 255\
4' 15 c 25! 8 i5'I pityingly at the young of all ages press- on these snipS M no ticket will be sold to exceed : :
: A F. Chandler 111 : :iS1 415 ing on to some end, no matter what, : the number of berths, or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus insuring : ::
00 Ii 414, 105\ alive to the beauty of the sky and the S all paseenjrera individual service and attention. I -

;. having bought out J. A. Erickeon &. Co., High 11d6 6 hourbefor or after low l1de clouds and the bIrds and the trees : PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY. : :i '

i '. can be found on Cottage avenue, bock, of .......................... alive even to the beauty to be of seen tl air In S S LOWEST(RATES See Schedule TO NEW of ships YORK! in Florida AND Times-Union.ALL POINTS) NORTH, .S .

the City Hotel.) one another breathing and deeply loving and* be- : Including!; delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL through the :
; of strength SS FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS." .
I:. All! kinds of loved, until at last they are made one S Through tickets sold to all Northern points. For full information S

: Harness and Leather Goods with nature. But the heart like the : regarding attractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservation?, : \4t jw

: liver grows torpid without exercise; a S tickets, etc., apply to ;

; Harnea and Shews made'and repaired. gradual decay comes to the man In the : 214 West Bay Street, : /ik4
shelter, a decay from which he Is released W PYE A f lflAAJt -jIL- 1
; Call on us when wanting anything: in S gen Jacksonville, Florida. > '
-2 much against his will, by death. : Geo. H. Local
our line. Clark Agent, Daytona, Fla. :
ra) There are too many shelters.-Hugh de 15155.........................................ISIS ( [
ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Sellocourt. /? :

Anne Bolejn In Spain., I I

N. ERICKSON rine After of Aragon Henry VIII.the favorite divorced daughter Catha- LOUISVILLE L i&> NASHVILLE R. R.R.Best E :

Cabinet Maker and of Ferdinand and Isabella, and married .

Anne Boleyn there was Intense disgust -j- 'C2 M2M \ .
thereat In Spain, and to show their abhorrence "
they for years carried around 0rJfiI
Pressing and annually In procession a huge alligator Line to Birmingham, Nashville, Memphis 'e0jj I

(la tarasca which strictly means a serpent -
Doors and Window Screene Picture Cleaning Establishment.Udiwi ), and out of the back of this animal Knoxville, Louisville, Cincinnati, St.

Uouldingi made to.order. AH kinds ofF rlolli- ,.)U-iiii-l. ....... sprang a female figure Intendedfor ,
\yed .
Hiul Uentr> ;
FurnltUB RpaIr1ngdone on short notice and d.\e. l, alt-o .It'.'!! lmaking. Anne Boleyn. This figure they Louis, Chicago and all points North and

L at rt&nable prices. I called "Anavolena" ((Anne Boleyn, -

Cottage Avenue, Daytona Fla. BENJAMIN J HE LYONS.: the "b" and "v" being almost Interchangeable I West in through cars. t Four Sailings Each Week j :
In Spanish). The Idea of I
1(57; I Bemh St., Davtona) Fla.
course, was Protestantism, personified
ONLY line from Florida St. Louis'with BETWEENJACKSONVILLE .
-- ---- by Anne Boleyn, springing out of the operating through sleepers to .

Portland Oregon Exposition ,Dr.Williams'Indian foul beast of the slime. Tbe tarasca l dining car service. .
p 'Bleediug.Ointment will aud cure Itching Blind is shown to the curious. with the and NEW YORK. '
: Ana'O
L 2.PU ,!,. It absorb*tbe tumors, volena complete in the hail of LY line operating through sleepers from Florida to Chicago.
.i i I _.4ij's tbe lulling at once acts which i ia from Calling at (Charier-ton, S. C., faith ways. .
GIgautes, approached
Instant re
lief. Dr. Williams'Indian Pile Dint the gallery\ round the cloisters: of the FINEST dining-<'ar service in the South.
mentis prepared for Piles and lLeh- cathedral tbe most Interesting one inSpain. The New and Southern .
1. SAN FRANCISCO CAL. lug of the private part! Every box Is Clyde England Lines.
warranted. By drwgi<,t.'I. by mail on receipt .-Notes and Queries.Got Through tourist sleepers to California.
of prlra &0 cents and $1.00. WILLIAMS DirO'C.t Servii-e Between T TJACKSONVILL5.
DENVER COLO. For sale by I*e RussellSeaboard the Tea and tbe La dr. For information as to rates to all points NORTH and WEST, schedules AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. .
Disraeli was In love with a widow falling at chllrl..rlull !Both Wave.SEMIWEEKLY 4;

Epworth League Convention Jul. 5-9 Mrs. Wyndham Lewis. One day, when : and full information! call or write, SAILINGS.Southbound .

he went to call\ the lady sitting by the .From Lewis' Wharf Eoitoi
't. DENVER, COLO. Air tine window, saw him approaching and ordered Northbound . .. . . . . . .from foot Catherine street, JackimilliCLYDE

-.. G. A. R. Encampment, September, the servant to say that she was GEO. E. HERRING, Florida Pass. Agt
not at home. When the uiaid reachedthe

...FOR... hall! the statesman was banging up 206 W. Bay St, Jacksonville, Fla, ST. JOHNS RIVER LINK. .:{
Richmond -- Between Jacksonville and: Sanford
Savannah, Columbia, Irs. Lewis, sir Is not at home"
*. Camden Southern Pines, Raleigh, said the Hurried maid."I ..utlluh"rlllt"liat1..llIIlilln uzi :J011XH/ HI\ h"l!:.. 'I

Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia the calm did ,not statesmanlike ask for Mrs.reply.Lewis," was Ii i Florida East Coast Railway. Steamers "City of Jacksonville" and "Fred'k DeBary"are

4 and New york............. "But I don't know when she will be
I l'puint..t I to sail as follow: I IIliRois
eentral R. R. H back" urged the maid.
I Returning leave tSanfoid, daily except l Suiulayr at '.'::111 a 10: 1
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY: I "Xt>It1uor do I," philosophically replied Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept. 7 W95.HOBIH --
Disraeli, "but I am going to wait -.sOOtb-8 un4 ;i SCHEDULE Nllrtlt'BOIIU;; t
Reid Down llu4t
till she back please make mea
CHOICE OF ROUTES. comes" so dOWI. .BOUND-REAO UP.SOUTHBOUMDRE10 l Leave a :-It i, c m..............................larUonulle............................ Am\e 1'OUam
cup of tea. .. 8 4.: |I' in.............1'ulatka.................. ............ Uare 8 (00 p m
Two Trains Daily, Atlanta to St. SEABOARDj MAILModern He did wait he got his tea, and he No. 9i No. S'rA1'JO No. nINo. is iJ t 00 a ID ......... ........ At>tur................................. 330 p m
married the widow. Unity 29// .. ....... ................. .... j.
: Louis in connection with W. & $ _ _ VaU1 Val11 4 'M a in .. ............ .St. Frum-is 2 00 p m
A. -- -- .1 .. .. .. .... ............ "
100 II 940a Ly __. _"Jadll nvlll.. __......... 8611 ... .. .... ., !Vre>ford ( ItfLaml) : l'00 pm
I R. R. The only Through morning Pullman Why the Table Knife Wa. Bounded. S4Saj" _-..So. JacbonvUJto" ...__ 1652i ir 700g.SQTij 8 U II II Arrive 8 30 a in.................................Saiifuni................................; D 30 a ic
Sleeping Car, Atlanta to St. Louis. Table knives until the seventeenth II 15 II 10 U aj to.. St. Augustine......__.. 5 511 I' 'I 40 a I 10:410:( ) n III ..........................Ell tt'rl'ril"t''................................ .. 10.00am: -
: Sc.o 6 6' I' l1U.: ...................UIWUDfII.! ; ......__._. 4 0:1: II II 4' II
z For lull information dates of sale, Equipment century always Lad sharply puintrd i12I 11O0& ._........_ East: I'alalkl\ ---. It 4 lip 62a! GENEFAL PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE 122 VEST/ EAY ST. JACKSONVILLE.
rates, tickets and descriptive circulars blades a natural survival from the 1 ,::1 II 'i2'ITii Ar _..___I'alatka_ .____. Lv & 11111 II 00 a 0= I
C\ ____.______ __ _____ ____ ___ ___
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Address Only Line operating daily"throngsleepers h I days when a knife was at ones a dug' e4Si 1i2aLv .I'allltk"_ ...._......._.. -.OOJ 653as25p20upAr C0
-.4; table knife und I ...._._..._SIiD M.ko...,...._....... iTi j, .......... """fa p.M.IRONMONtFm.Jit.<) 1 ; A '..t. Hen. I'aeAgi.. 1*\\Vft Hay St.. JmksonTille, FlaW.C.rooi'KKJR.
F. D. MILLER, Trav. Pass. Agt. from Jacksonville ger, hunting knife and :: 8 00 II LY ...__..._.8&l1 MaLlo... ..__. Ar 1bOaI'3 I' ) .. Frt.Ajtt. f1'. I.U\EI.1,8opt.
to New Orleans. I fork combined. The rounded end was IiII P Il :U p Ly ...--..--. Zeoga' ._._____. Lv :3 51" 6 Sii ,... Foot Hojran St., khonvillc, Fia.
i 17 Prior St., ATLANTA, GA. introduced from France. It happened' I' 10:1: p 12 n p II __._.Bunncil .....,_,,.... .. 34. I' 6 SO. i
I 00 __._. .. A.C.HAflKRl, Gon'l Eat-t'n I'nw A it.. .New Vuik.TLYItK .
I 110" 1i 55 1 ...Dullont... .__._ :S I 31 It 6 2\/\ : >
It It I' that Cardinal Richelieu was compelled 01 841p 126p .II. __ _.Ormond...._.._ 00 3101, & 6\1\ .. -c ; MlI.NEni'nl; Fti'iJhtJ.nt., New York.
to entertain at his table Chancellor I C\ I JI 1:1/: ; p ___...MDIiY"naM...__._ .. S I fJlI II 47 a
I THI-0 0. EOER, Wn. P. CLYDE: & CO.
For full information and I 11 0' II 161 II __Port Orange_.............. II 'l 611 Ii 4 sa & ., ,
S. H. 1I1..pt'r tt"l't'r- I Seguler. a man of rude manners who I tI) II 25 2 15 Ii A. ..._.......New Smyrna................. ". 2 :l1I_.!' 4 15 a fit>iieral Mauagtr/ inieral Agents
Gove, vatioiiM cull on any Seaboard et the close! of the meal proceeded .C IIIn 'H P Ar.. ____.LakoH I80...___._. Lv 12 45p G 11) II ., th.t"Lrou/'h! ( Building 19 Stat St.. NVw York.
agent or writeA. use bill knife as a toothpick. This BO =. 10 M II S U II __._. _Orallga City____. .. U IS II I U P
ARCHITECT, BUILDER: AND CONTRACTOR.RtiMence > & 00 Ii II _.Orange 't11 JuncUon..._... illOp 54$\
0. Mar DOXXELL.AtiMHtaut upset:: the cardinal that he ordered the t II 34 P iirp b.. .._._'_..New5niyrna.-._.......... Lv 2 2(1( p 4 us a n
and office, northeast corner of Oeueral I'u tI'ng..rKt'nt, end of every knife In his possession to ['""'" 1000 Ii 251 II .._..._.Oak HII1....__ 1 5& II S III a .$: SOUTHERN RAILWAY.Two
10311_ SIO It I Ar ---_. Tltunllle ..._._...._... .. 1 15 P :S 00 a .
Ridgewood and Volneia avenues. S. C. BOYLSTOX.JR., PaHl'It'flgt AgutJACKSONVILLE be rounded and so great was KU-he- C i-j- ;:-::::. Ar .___...__ S""tord_..__._._._. Lv lUUua iQOI fI<

; Phone 89. Daytona Florida FLORIDA. I lieu's Influence that the fashion wasi Q ............. 1000. Ly ....................Sauiurd.................... Ar ..._...... VtJas5j 0 ------------ ------
i adopted all over the country. 10 3JI\ b ___TICtnlU....,._.,_. Lv -US II SuVa :::11118
V3 I 09 II .". ...__._.,._._OOCOIlM.,.........-..-. 12.. II 2 19 I Trains
SM 11 2'J" t U II ___._ Rockltdge..___. to 12O: Daily to Washington&NewYork"New
p IS a ...
_ _
_ Travel In the Old Da>'.. c 11 iJ: II 'U P II.. __Eau OaIll8...__..._. .. II 6<1. 1', a ;
Before the of the railroad travelers o 12 (15 a 4 6' 1' ____Melbourne.___ .. 11' a 1:14 aI 1
.l days 12 n a 6 st 1' II ___lIebaatiu ....._.._. .. 11 04 AI U 61 ab York and Florida Express" "Washington and Florida Limited",
; New : from Philadelphia to New York I .. I S\I\ a G 2/; 4) 00 __.JIt. Luc1 __=-- 11111.. Ii 00 n -
Blacksmith .,
Shop went by The following old ad 165 a II U II II __Port Jller.......___ .. 10(5 a 11 65 p :s --- --- -.- -- .. .-- --
wagon. t I C 215a t Oij _._..._ 1'lbbal. ...._ _._ II SSOalllip enI To- :No. .::4X. :so. :a 9i i To Chatanooea I No. U:
vertlsemeut outlines the process: "JohnI 53 1 II ____ __..._ .'. '
's 2 II 12 It M E1Sfl II 28 a1i 15 p WashiugtonamlNew V A W A CinciiiuiTti Florida
And Fountain City Wagon Works. I Butler with his wagon sets out on I, 2 28 i t 17 II II .,__._.. Jene'.n ..._..__ .". II 21 at 11 IS W _ TforkI. Fht_';(_ .Lim'u.. undjChicagq 1 I I Limitd_
cJ _. .. .
i 2 3\/\ a t 25 p Stuart...._.. ___ II It aI It 04 I
The j Mondays from his house at the Sign of CIJ 3 011. I 6G P II __.-......-Robs- Sound__.._ .. 8 U ul 1 10 3d P 0 .\ 1'11.\10118 4 4l.ttr ; 4 :.aip \*\' liu' \ioiTii .... 4 lOp
P ... I .
undersigned has opened a Blacksmith Shop on Orange I the Death of the Fox, in StrawberryI I 3 2T a S 14 p _......_West iQp1ir.._...__ 8 2. alll11\1' \ Lv SIAtigut1ie! ;'jnuam ti lup' I.v Hi -\uguotlut'I. Hup
: C.f) .. .. Lv Jnektuiiilie !I : 7 .i&u I JaiksuuUlif . 7 4ip:
.. .
0& 8 6t .Wee' P.tm ....._.
4 a each. "
P '11"
avenue, between Ridgewood avenue and the railroad.near the Bond I I alley and drives the same day to Tren j i 4 32 Ii 1118 II .. __._...MII..yn"'D' _....._..._ .. .1 20. 1I1ij" 45 II :s Ar WUol.iuloli ... ....1.. 'I r.B I 't "jtip' Ar 4Iattai.&na, 'IVnn . :
P ... .
.: Lumber Co. where the best class of ton ferry where Frauds Holrnau metis .J 4 42 Ii If 'lll II .". ____....._Detray.. ..........,.._ 00 'I 11/ A 11 Ot! JI C. ArN it'0. 4 Ip i...uu; | Arriiifliiiiatl. o 1"4.'
work in this line will he done. Ari'hlcugu &
.. OSTa: 1021 II __....jortLaudardsJe_____. G 1II 31551 ,0.Si'W \oik anil Florida .
I him and proceeds on Tuesday to Bruus- :I ::: 6 46 a 111 30 p .__..._. DantA ......___._. G 10 a 8 08 Kxpie ---- -
Everything new and first-class and the very best wick and the passengers and goodu being :2 II fill A 11/ 42 I' .. ....._..........U.llanl1ale.................. .. 6 611 a 1 6' P II -1I : bIly No. I UTli.: .' Florida Lluiil.-d," tInily.No. .
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{I II 24 a 11 01 JI ......_._..._ lAomun CttJ ............_.. .. 6 a, 1 ya-"'l \VH5hlngum and Florida I :O> 1.-"'llie tlonda limited," daily,Site:
of work guaranteed. Give me a call. shifted Into the wagon of Isaac Fitzj j CQ I SO a !iiih Ar ..................... Miami.,.................. Lv II 25a 7zup p S imited." Dally has througliPuliaaiiMrrplitgi'nr! : Atlanta
i randolph. he taktu them to the New II __ .-- ._ ..__ ____ ___' ll1rlllllllhlllU, ill\"IIIIIlIlIUld=. :lOY,

GEO A FOYE Proprietor. Blazing Star where Rubin Fltzrandolpb Daily ti HOMES'IiA1) EXTENSION Daily)11.SUD. AiLvllIe and Cincinnati I N.Nietil i : I ---L.---!(-)-----:--- .:SOTrala

with a boat well suted, will meet Sun.i --. - __ _____ __ __ '!ratiIi I Alkenand AnguitaS NIbt!
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C. WINNINGHAM MANAGER. them and take them to New York that -;; :::: Ly ..._.............. Miami.................... -S 30 IIII I.\; Hi I'ttyiona: Augustine: .......... .... I ..4 :!JV1''P I _. ._._.._ _._ _.
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Willie' Reformation. No. 23 No. :nNo.19 Daily No. 18 No. 01 No. 89 .. :-' "n '__ __. j> i.iit Ar l'.iaok\llle ... U5a
-------- "Your son Willie seems to have got Suu.Ouly. Sun. Dally ta. MATPOBF BRANCHLT Daily Suu.Ouly. DaItyj i I'.luckillle. I 2 1-
over being round shouldered. Every I Only Sun. No:u-Dally l'ullllll\lIl1l'o\o\hlg.Huumalld) !11\ Alk.'I1. .. ... .\;&
--I I Buffet sirfplny' Jlll'kM.U\' la flitAr; Augu llt . .I.. 1\ ,!.a
time I'\e seen him lately\ he's bee; pt ,- I j[ cluiiutl rough "'!lie Idlllli of the :Mvy .:._:-- L. _- '1. ___-= =
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400 1010 a 4 00 I' IIU! A .JaokooDTlUe Ar 1 49 a U :30 p! 6 :SO p,......_
; standing up like a man." 2U8iiIIu1aa) eusp 823 & Ar. .....80. J ckb.iimiit_... Lf 137a1221p1 524p....... ..... ; _ -- -_ __ : Xo :."Washington and KloildaLlmllHl .
{ TO CALIFORNIA "Yes after of scolding him for 140 p 1060 a 640 p b6a ....... Paulo Beach.,...... 705a lirua 4Wp ............ < ," l'u II tinui Klrcpliiffiar: JnikaoiiTille to
CUJAP RAT ; yean I !I45 Pt 10 65 a 645 p 11 lit a .... .Atlantic'Mayport Bt!& ji L and the NORTHWESTuDIXIUJ his stooping I tried a new plan." 300 p 11 10 a foot 520a .........- _........ .. 8 4, it 11 :W a I 430p1.: ....:..... Dining Ht.'r'in'i,i S: 1.1
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"I told him he had a magnificent For Sleeping Car Reservations, Maps, Folders and Information

The Nashville Chattanooga & St. Louis R'y. Tbe Open Fireplace. CUe Connection Made at Miami with Steamship vi| the P. & 0. S. S. Compiay---For J. C- LUsK''t: Dist. Pass. Agt. 1

4 I 7ft SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGLES DENVER, I have grouped seen respectability over the air tight and stove amiability HAVANA AND KEY WEST. 10R. :West- Bay St Jacksonville, Fla {

WTTl I U PRESCOTT, and SALT LAKE CITY. 1 ha\e Seeulrtue and Intelligence!: horeriiig S. H. hard wick, 1'TM WztIiiiigtoiiD.v.'ISV.: II. layloe, ii'A.ashucigtuuEJ.C t f

over the register but I have' never mesa Time Tables show tbe times at which trains may be expected to arrive at and depart Brooks IorganliI':\. Ailuntu. Qfl hELENA BUTTE, AXACONBA MISSOULA seen true happiness In a family circle from the eeer&ll1l&tlona. but their arrival or departure at lbs times elated la not guaranteed ,
tAQ nor 1*Ibis Company tu be bold reipunslUle fur any delays or any consequences arising th1ttrom -- -
U where the faced were not lllumluat
ed by the blaze of an open fireplace.
-! til I I ID PORTLAND SEATTLE, TOCOMA, YAXCOPI 0. W. blink For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information you are going to NEW TAKE YORK.BOSTON THE AND THE EAST

I U VERand points in BRITISH COLU lmA.DI'xl'e Diplomacy. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." .01--1'!

Mamnia-I hope Willie didn't tell a -
fib when you found he had been at the J. D. RAHNER! Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.HEALTHAND I

i is via Tiftun: Mamn, Atlanta jam. Aunt Jane-Not at all! When I -- --- 1

: Flyer Route Chattanooga: Nashville, discovered that somebody bad been at

and St. Louis. the Jam he looked at Fido and said "1didn't VITALITY

know auntie that dogs liked
Jam."-Bobton Transcript iaIIvDBN:1viitxws1
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TICKETS ON SALE SEPT. 15 I ::> The great Iron and tonic pill and restorative for men and women produces
TO OCT. 31 INCLUSIY A LlaoUt. 'strength aud vitality, builds up the system and renews the normal vigor,
"What has he learned at college\ ?" bringing health and happiness OOdosesin a box. J.'orsale by druggists.!.
"Why. he seems to hays devoted himself aFTER USING or wevill mail It, securely wrapped f.n receipt of price, $|..OOr boiS Ocean .Steamship Company
E.J.WALKER e boxes for $G.OO. Dr. Motfi Chemical Co., Cleveland, Oh$- .
to the study of modern language I
Multi In Daytona by Lee Russell
Florida Passenger I've heard him talk buseball. football. -- 'C. '

Agent, _ _ _
JacRaonvllle golf tennis hone, polo and poker In I --- --- .
Florida. the course of half an hour." .
Dredge .
I I I Her Secret. 'i.r 4 4s& '

= I I, Mr. Jones-Mary, can a woman keep & CAMERON'I TroprietorH. !
anything to herself Mrs. Jones- ; I

. . . !XiX! her private opinion of her husband. Dr"'hdllj ( one in the Halifax, Touioka: and all rivt-rn up and down the Ea..t t'L.o1
Chicago Journal. Terms Reasonable and Satisfaction < uaran t.+<1.Address .

If You Love Your Wife I 5 th"l'rol'rielurll.! Itaytona.Fla.Daytona .:1

1\OTT'S 1

DON'T ROAST HER I S..f* AAd r reliable they 4. + + + . ; . ; 1!

-overcome \vea.krvs. in. V 1

!, : By compelling to bake the family bread, hut buy itlrom the ,. erM.1t No *.m vigor dy banish 6qua.l.pain{>!{.. Ice Company ,.- -- .

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: DAYTONA BAKERY : f Chemical Co., Cleveland Ohio. : PURE ICE Most Popular ami Finest! I'Ktt-i&C ::0-:11:111": i 1- 1'1.. i il!: 111" AtlantlC.. i
For wale by !>>e ItU/ Ht'llOcean Friday .
From :Savannah to X..w' ) oik.lon.isjy.. Wed'y! 1
.:: It's a saving of time work Made from Distilled Water. O Al LI I [NOS and 'llui 1 J !
and mnney. Fresh Bread de- ,;:, I'iom :Savannah to )Un-ton: I ITaLlno .1m-1)) M 'lhIY! ?%

i livered Dally,to all parts of the city. Also Cakes I'ie8 and every I House .. .Factory+ +corner. .Railroad. .and. Volusia. .avenue. + + .1 4 HIII'pli..1| | l withal! tli.> d.-lii-aci.-s that tl I.- \<,rtl,"'in I.nd Southern: Dlarket

; other production of the modern, up-to-date bake ghop. : affoid. Tii'ketM mild ami Iii.r! >rnge hH-ketl tliruiiiih, I I" :in.v' point tm-t. j

F. W. SAMS Proprietor.Rates Ask ior copy "GREEN FOL.DEK." ".k
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QUIGG &' MILLER, Props. VolIa Avenue 12.00 per Day and Upward br ; Your orders in this office for Quick work or addre ,

Near Depot. Special to Regular Boarders. W. B. fLEMrJXTS: I Traveling IW. Agt. ;8 57 Hull M :Sa\ Dl.lah, Oft. 1'

NEW SMYBNA, FLORIDA p We do thee !rest t Y. H. PLEASAMS:: Vice Prw. and t eu] Mgr I J.e. HUK1U.N, benPa"8' !at-
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