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 25, 1905
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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; Daytona, Florida, Saturday, .November 25, 1905. D.ytca ml Ykhdty. Price 5 Cen ,

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eoee se RULES AND REGULATIONS i ;;." V >>m.--mm..T,;.",.mCOMTORT j
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Cant Afford
Regarding Lights" and Whistles on i .
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4 SHOULD COME TO FLORIDA. ,$ Motor. Boats.-It-Will Interest >.I t F THE GABLES i>j >> ::

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to Paint ; G. Herb Palm in Jacksonville Metropolis. NOW OPEN. i -
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+ 0 Some months ago the Gazette- .

f aooaoa. o o o .c O. News published nn article,that set S. H. MOSELEY, Proprietor. ii '
The man who ups that, forgets that painting .r
; properly done u:economy, and the fact it he can't.i At tile present time the subject of immigration the greater part, in the southern sectionof boat owners thinking. In order to l Situated on Volusia avenue Rates on Application. >
afford NOT to paint. is nn nil important on
How often you require to paint is largely. depend* South,urn! while the mutter I'M bVingagi went coasts, fertile and prolific arc but [letter ton member of the t,; ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ItATflS AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS
eat upon the paint you uie. I : I rtf prominent >_I 1
ta A.11/IIuJ l the ratite Southern i>if>s 1 id awaiting the hand of the "husbandman I
Halifax[ River Yacht Club is
THE UDa."i'IIfII in Hit l'ull to the immigrant ,, to cause them to yield great; crops of .' published t STANLEY HOUSE run in connection aa a rooming house
sad t'i' vnriouft of Stat citrus fruits :. t &
> ors -uktt eollntyand and vegetables. :
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inunii ijulity are each and every oned'pictiathcadvantagte Immense forests of valuable pine, suitable I "Your l loiter of the 18th instant
s ; + of their pnrtie- for till manufacture of lumber and I received I'requesting information rel- .

w uar! ,l\'ctiollli.lLnd are cudriiroring to the extraction of turpentine" .will for : it'ne to the law governing whistles, + . . .
t turn the tide in their direction, Florida's many years prove a source of revenue to 1 4I
alvanUiKos and the magnificent opportunities those engaged in that industry. bells, fog horn and lights on gaso- I' .
outlast other They are the most economical paints you can use, because that she presents to tlU 'honie- line ,boats. We respectfully state 4 I .
most and Add this th and -Vast beds of phosphate lie undeveloped
they cover wear longest. ir'good appearance,
W Shtrwin-Williams Paints. se Aker" Mould not be overlooked. and will\ wealth the : that under the Department of Commerce "
.you perfect paints- some day bring to 4 1

i They are made for many different kinds of painting.: Whatever it isI' Primarily, the things to be gained by fortunate man who,_mined it. Fishing and Labor Form 801, governing : When You Wish : t
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you want to paint-a house,or anything in or out of the house-we make the locating in any specified place nre first: along the Florida coast is unsurpassed, Pilot Rules for the Atlantic and j
paint for that particular mixture for all. that j.re.-wnt themselves to the mind of "

I tight purpose-oot one slap-dash the and those who are engaged i ra the business Pacific Coast Inland Waters, an Act 4
man contemplates removal from are reaping a liarvehtfof wealth.
SOLD BYIncorporated his place of original residence and be he These are only a few of the industries' of Congress approved June 7, 1897!) 4 '

an alien fresh from the vineyards of that the immigrant homesecker may and approved by tho Secretary of t"to

THE BINGUAM & MALfY CO. Italy Emerald, or from Isle, the or perhaps potato patch resident" in the of engage in in Florida-the tate id:! full of Commerce and Labor July G, 1004, start life on your own hook, just f ',
possibilities of
splendid opportunities. requires all vessels propelled by I I

a,. '( ) our own country, who seeks n more The! matter of railroad transportationis I gas fluid, naptha or electric motors back cart [to store and \ : s
.P genial clime in a portion of the Union one that at once occupies the attention your up .,
where his chances to accumulate n tcmpetcncy of the prospective hettler. To all such to carry lights, fog horn, fog bell .

1 pL' ...... lire good; the land of "greatest the State. of Florida can boast of facili- :and whistle, said whistle as requiredby +1 we will load it with the necessaries < '.

4t opportunities" will first occupy hill attention ties unsurpassed Steel rails thread the Rule X, Sec. 2?, Rules :and Regulations .

Thanksgiving. and ultimately! be hlsde8l nntlon. State in every direction, and connect its must be blown by compressed 4 i: for kitchen and dining room ; 1
r Florida, lying in lower. latitude than uttermost ends.:: I ,
Igive I
air or other motor power, to
m any otherState, possesses an individually So reviewing what I have written 1 ,
How nre you fixed for Thanksgiving and climate peculiar to herself. The can only say: "You \\khto till the soil the necessary whistle signals to 1 1 4

;? Anything wanting; in your things that nre essential to a life of comfort and have no capital ut once to invest, passing vessels]:: and, as you have ..

a r 1. ) wardiobr? I IV-ht dry in the fear to and p> largely toward making cxi4temiee come to Floiida. A law days' work here always carried, a conch docs not I/ .' t

ti apr<'\' \II'| Aif.ioii in order for the plt-M-snnt in any country, viz., will give you what you need.". To him comply with the law. The whistle 4
Mason & Wall
egmtblr1! climate benutiful scenery and nho has Company
I capital and wMies to invest it *
dinner? should be sufficiently large to be ,
uii ntinosplicre i II:1rIwit It liealthgivingoaoorata profitably. "'1'11Laud of Flower.is 4
}' U'hm in tl I>t> plate for > <)U. If. liiHi! whiUof vita! i'liiHirtauee, being tapidly\ developed and her Indus heard at least from onc-quaiter to .

ui uii\1liin. ;;; I'ifili'il: that will add toE .only a few of the iM-niiiMila. Sb t's many trie will give'ou what you drain To one-half[ Hallo distant from the approaching i W. Edmondson, Mgr. 119 N. Beach St. 4 II

; your |*r>.oiial Jippeanim-e.: )nii> !&()I1I-'' adt9111ta1LrPR, the professional man: "Come also! the vessel.
To him who euU-rn the State for thopurjto.seof professions are not overcrowded Il'I",1 whistle could I *
Suits, Trousers Overcoats, 'I You mention that the Phone 9
engaging iu an iienlturul
n and those who
s V practice are pros be attached to the exhaust of the 4 .
J b Correct Hats, life, Florida offew many und I i perous.1 To him who is sick and brokenin : . .
I U1-il'IIIII.1 motor, but this method practically 9 . d o e .
I n trneti' n health: "Tli warns winters and cool
i ,1"- ...a \ !.. ,malt 01." exclusive tA-jgery "f alle'irls In the first pap! }.'Iorid.Mil in noted sutnwerK, the bright flies! and! glorious evades the law. We agree with-you
: for its fertility\ and the diversified ironstthat climate of Florida will rant you to ie- fully, but would advise a heservoir s. . . . . . . . . .i. .
can IK grown thereon. In the MX what hare lost and '' .
gain more. which results.
you ; gives satisfactory :
Everything we sell is marknl at reasonable and pleasing 1c )Til'cs. I very
ond. uwinto geographical pot-Hion, ,
To hag who ill wealthy and meeke the:
climbers Said air j is forced in reservoir by air :
We're.top notch always. her crops! reach maturity and are on the pleasures of life: "Come also; the pleasure '
woild"market More tho pumps sufficient to maintain about 0
same products -
grounds of UIM State are famous the :
of other States begin to mature, forty Bounds The tanks AT OUR STORE
world over. Magnificent hotels will ixieive } pressure. for :
S. thus enabling the Florida grower demand classic! reservoirs made of f OUBLEUTY .
: The Globe you, scenery will delight are copper, (h\
and receive the very hiJLt'J.I'il"'iI your: senses, quaint legends of 'Old ('m:. heavy thickness, and are installed '

for his wares. tile' will interest you and/-jou will be in the vessel from all fire, witha t
CLOTHING S11 F.s AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS: Again, Florida l.lTidi-i+, considering its benefited by tbeTrperfriiee:"' S5o come to away -
\'a1ve the
attached to tank to I
value \\lwiiultiatod, ridiculously! Florida. Fiuo schools and colleges me stop r LL-AND :
PECK cfc 1.I FOSTER, PROPRIETOKS cheap, the day nnsi-of an ordinary laborer here, work for all that want it, wealthfor supply pipe leading to the motor : WE CARRY A

116 South Beach Street. king snltu-K-nt to plY for nn acie.Millinnc those that wvk it. and I pleasant end Tanks arc well secured to the hull :

a __ of acres of this land, Ijiii for,.. viionmcnt all the \\hill'" lor the Aesscl. Larger.. tanks are :j COMPLETE 'LINE OF TI1EGROCI3RIES. I

provided with division plates.

: ;Necessary as the Keystone SAYS HE HAS ANOTHER GIRL N.EW COURSE OF INSTRUCTION size of whistle should not be less

: than three inches In diameter. FINEST I. '
to the_ arch is good plumbing to Sanitation -- The fog horn mentioned can be .
and perfect health in the home. Spouse of Barney DareDevil Auto Being Mapped' Out For TIle Florida
I used what is known as a fiisher- .

.( 'zr Rim no risks by Rolling inferior :appar Racer Brings Direct Charges in a State Troops. Many Chances man's: horn and not a mechanical FISHING TACKLE Ot- ALL KINDS.

: Divorce Suit. To be Made. horn. Those horns arc made of tin
At Detroit, Michigan, one day this '1'1..''l'illll'H-Hiolll{: ":;:1\, 1': Jaji! John with wooden motitli piece attached, .
; .}._ .f We charge fairly for materials and .\, Depiay. United lilh'Irm)" rt'tiic l Regarding the name and hailing
week, testimony was produced by ..
u work, because we're not satisfied to putt and now bUlioiKd ai military adviser would advise E T. CONRAD & CO. THE GROCERS.
l + Mr, Beatrice Oldficld, in her suit port on jour yacht, ue ,
in anything but the best. Better our to the (ionrtlor, instill in the tity engag.I -
that follow instructions of the
for divorce from Barney: OldGeld, you
in work in connection with tIe
bill than a larger one from doctor and 1 I the automobile speed; artist, who has inlto".t"\ of the Florida State Troops.Ihijor : law HillIer Title L1I, Sot*. 4195, Revised . .t . . . . ,.

druggist. many acquaintances in Daytona: before Iopray and Ilripidier JU\"l,1I arc Statutes, which requires the

Carmichael Circuit Court Commissioner Simons mapping uut the course uf instructions: name of the vessel and the name of
J. D. for the Florida State troops, to be used: 'f"f"f "f"l"t"f "1 "I1 I' I' I >
the which
to show that Barney has fallen parr to belongs
during the enduing and ithiii the
Phone No. 64DAYTONA, FLA. whom year painted on her stern, tho penalty for
in love with another woman next few days these will be completedand

-- -- ho took around with him to the ready for publication. violating same is quite ]ar o.tt San Mateo Cigars. .

.................................. .aD.D.G.oaQ..o'o races in different cities. "TLe order covering the instructions: Respectfully yours,

M o will define in general the various subjects WILLIUI A. Snuv, ,
o A letter from Barney to his

tw r>v i Curiosity i is Not Always Sin a t o* was submitted. In" it lie! addressed will ire.to required winch to company give sjiceLil commanders attention U.CH S.,vs.Local A. SPENCER Inspectors..lacksoiuillo Have MadeReputation
and said "So
Rye hr as: "Hello Don, during: the year, both in the t: uti<>ilnnd
Fix, 10iO, 1005!) ...
19f. you went to Detroit to look for me disciplinary line of duty. E-*|I"'ial attention

with blood in Well flea, will be given to the work of the
your eye.
i It will pay you to investigate f.n f.o I don't think it is exactly right, as companies<<, and they will In! brought to Thanksgiving is Fifth Thursday. A of
I as high a standard of cflicL'iicy as pssi-' i.I i
p e told and Hess and I of fact that November
you me to go get ble. Because the

i the prices and quality of our 9a live with her, that: I would soon get It w hoped hy the higher uificera! of the has fire Thursdays. there seems to .' ,

tired, etc., and at any mteou practically State troops that by the time for the have developed some confusion as to
e Their Own.
GROCERIES o 0 gave your consent. however, next State cnrainpini-iit( the various when Thanksgiving: day will arrive.

o' I am glad to know your feelings, I companies will bo so well prepared thatit Under the proclamation of President
i We can save considerable e will be unueceHsar.v to spend any time
you assure: you I will take! no chances, Roosevelt Thursday, November -
0 in company drills.:! At the last enennipnieut The success o the San Mateo Cigar is one of
but remain from vicinity 3Uth the fifth Thursday in the
: away ,
: $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ i Detroit and Toledo." to couaiderablu the separate companies time hud to, but bu devote next- mouth, is Thanksgiving day. Many the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast

: o The evidence, will bo submitted to year it i is to l he hoped that the work with calendars in Daytona that show the since the freeze
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o one of the chancery j judge* when it the larger unite, the battalions' and n-g- I holidays in led have the 23d printedin

a.. f' I i J 1.1: i is written 11,1 I invents, can betaken. up nt once, thus bright carmine and this has Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula
t'L".J the the full LfDelit of the
I ghiiig troops
__ .u_____ field exercises.The brought about confusion and misunderstanding of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce, and wrap-

9e ped with the rich, silky lea! on East Coast: plantations,
B i The North Beach st. Grocer. Cooked for an Llarly Production. course of instruction) will goearefully grown
o into details and every feature of the cigar industry of the world has never produced better goods.
That AI. (I. Fields has tho -
: personal
Ii Telephone No. 19. ..4 direction of the Donelly and company and I by the work time will of the carefully next encampmentit covered Tell Your Rates. For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union

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lat i i i.cht'b audience at the Rome company in the :State: will Ire ready inevery In iespouse to the notice inserted

..........................o..o........... .. +. o Opera t t.;. .:' o that the performancewaafiihtU. way fur field e!t'l'i.I'/;. I in the Cazette-Xe\\s? regarding the. twenty sizes, styles and grades to select from. '
In all the State '
|inIi.il'ility err aiiipinent -
: 9 ;.** in every respect; but tending: to my office by hotel and f
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Bond Lumber Company next: ,rear will !led at a I""i.i I
Id. :hi tho Donnelly house their class FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
a lira ]Fit :; putting ably! earlier date than 1'nbe 'a the ru.s- boarding ) Keepers

and !-'tficd' people out showed tam heivfore. There is a general leeling; of nccomodatiou, rate, etc I find Manufactured by

' : MANUFACTURERS OF e e partial-: "better tlnn: Field's sego -{among the fleets that nn e.-ulli-r date many of your readers have overlooked SAN MATEOFLORIDA. 1 .J,

:\', ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER ..tf! : ular sh';". ," was the verdict of last I would !ire mon- neptftbe! in u'au'lyevery \ the ono: important essential, and S. W. ROWLEY,I J JJw&L
c wiy, and it i is possible. that next -
K S.** PINE AND CYPRESS v night's audience.From year th..lJil!event in State> iiiilitiuiinleH I that is, they have nut given the price 1m

Lath hingles Flooring Ceiling, Brick, Lime :3 thtf time the mugm limit I I will hike p!:iU-c', duriug thy latter part, of, of their rooms and board or both. --. : u
r. t first part, begins in a carnival of wit, I the sprng| though: this has not yet been separate or together.
Office and Voids: InstKalliMi Ccnrand.
:1'.Cement in Stock. > mid Orange Avenue : humor and sentiment to the windingup ,definitely( determinedAcljuUuiMieneralJ., Will you kindly a::;k the people to H. T. McCLELLAN,
c ('. K. roster, whohasbwnat
sir MI LI A-Bond Mlll.AtlantlcCoast Line ny..la1mllessoul h of Jacksonville.K of the performance in The Dark- bear this in mind as I cannot givei WOOD WORKER.Window .
St. Augustine busimroiiiKtted ORNAMENTAL
on ss
tho F. K.C. Kf.
Hanford Branch of :
u>ozoo.on and IIatfi'ld'g
town. Circus, Donnelly people who inquire, satisfactory information -
with th.Ia.qt 01!i .
eueaulpment "'r !kind (If t.ti k Wlndoond I Door Hoiwon.MaaiUN
J. MALBY Manager. : and Hoot .lIun1\
,. Phone f3 R. is a production in minstrelsy the'auitvTroupa.-'pi-nt tocral days in I unless 1 get the rates
6 Etc Cf/ltiiftl! CulimiOH, Porch Columnn X and RaliMtradea -
.,.........................o.... 000e1..4.004. reflecting credit upon the recognized i I Jacksonville\ last week and discussed'the: charged. per day aud per week. Cu.LinctVOI't.for stair or jwn-h Wtlt UracLeto. Scroll Sftwinj, ?,w".t.Etc.!
.. work of the with the officers there! -,.
61 : comedians who have been the life year I Yours very truly,

.!i.r' \T BRA v UPHOLSTERER and and made: the fun of Al. G. Field's General Foster has since returned tt W. J. loRi.\x; > New Machines and SKilled Help. t
,0. MANUl"ACTURERofIlIGlIGRADJ. headquarters !in Tullaliasstv. .\IIg'
shofor so many seasons.-Rome, usfine Record. > New York, Nov. 18th, 1905": Am fixed for LusiiMfx. Will call for your order.

: Moss and Fiber Mattresses. Ga., Sunday Herald. r. Shop on North Ridgewood, Kingston, phone 123.

.Dea1er in Second Hand Furniture and Stoves. This will appear C01d-fashioied pound cake at the .i,
., Your Old Furniture Made aa GoodDajtonaFI aefie w great company 'Full line of the National Hiscnilf t t Satisfaction Guaranteed.
:Bears 8t. and Beleview! A fP. la at the Opera House at an early date. I .,*s goods'at' the< 'd/\k"lfng mkcry" ...Qramling Bakery.*

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: THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS CIRCUIT COURT ADJOURNS Additional Local News. | Anthony opens tonight at 6 House .d" ,.;. .,;'<.f!:;:,,'. -. --
PUBLISHED EVERY. SATURDAY .. {Anthony opens tonight at 0''o'clock Thn annual metingo,t&0;, :- .

-' : ', '," ? ... o'clock. Attorney Cary D. Landis is in DAYTONA, of the Deed, Knox flco.riu; ;:;F
I : t13.F FITZGERALDEditor Ed Alexander,Colored,of This City kid at IOAloundgrove," B

l' Acquitted of the Charge of Win. B. Reed returned yesterdayfrom town today.A TUESDAY NIGHT, NOy'EMBER'2S: Co., Fla., OD Monday D, v4t%1rd.;1 t.

O.If.BI.OU.lJL.President j. D.o.Mo&rta,Vice president a trip down the coast. number of young people enjoy 8o'clockam. 1.D g.i' .
it? T.E.FITXCIKRAU' 1" *, Secretary. aod. Treasurer' : !, '.I Murder. ed a straw ride Thursday.T. Seventh Annual TourThe ," ''';-.,-

i THE GAZ TTE-NEWS COMPANY |IlCircuit[ Court, which has been in The last chance to make the New I F.-j:P fl -_

Smyrna trip for $1.00 the round J. Murray, of New Smyrna, Minstrel Boom i ; ,_' 5" ,
I (INCORPORATED ) i session at DeLand for nearly three I New and changed Advertkt 4
will be After was in the city yesterday 'Sf--
trip tomorrow. tomorrow -
weeks 1
adjourned Thursday evening, I Kalbfield'sMinstrels. The following new nnd e

: Entered at the Postofnce at Daytona, Florida as Second Class Matter. Most of this week has been taken up the rate will be raised. Mr. and Mrs. M. Wilder arrived advertisements appear in'the ad\ :""- -

i ; trying the negro John Fisher, The Opera House was opened for yesterday from Cincinnati. tising columns of this i&sns o{$& .

TF Subscription O Per Year in Advance. ., charged with rape, and Edgar Alexander the season of 1005-6 Wednesdaynight *Bal.nl l beans at Gramling Bakery GazetterNews: : :.

: a Daytona chargedwith by Florence Davis in "Tie Boy LaSbk-EleetleIan.--.. &
negro today. ". i
Notice Contractors,...,..,..
: SATURDAY:, NOVEMBER 26, 1905. the murder of Della Williams. Player Maid." The house was wjsll 30 WHITE ARTISTS 30 Bmlth ft; Ttoomas.,'n....... pTV hp1

: -- _ U DOn the second trial of Fisher ,filled and the play was highly /appreciated Geo. F. Paddison, of Eau Game, Magnificent SceneryGorgeous Opera House.... ............"...'Z""SS{
was a Daytona visitor Thursday. Oruber-Jforrli Hardware Oo.....i'-'fSt
.kttinz, Ready for the Race. Aultman Will.Branch Out. he was convicted by the jury as by those present.- \f Costumes Anthony Brothers......... ..t.,;ir i t.
him the Judge Isaac A. Stewart, of De- Peck<<: oster-Ttoe Globe.:......J 'ftni -:
As the Gazette-News announced M. B. Aultman will branch charged, recommending to :: j
4 open a tllave you seen the hats on sale Land was i in the city yesterday. Sweet Singing Vocalists The Bingham 4 Maley Co"........'...Puii'
last week boat store at Tho Clarendon next month. mercy of the Court which saved his Legal-Administrators "
': an rnteretingmotor at F.:r. Peck & Go's? They arc Notice..Pars: I -*
race will be Thanksgiving Day Mr. Aultman:;;expects: to carry very neck. In sentencing him to, the nearly all gone. t Launch for sale. E. J. Mills. Funny Comedians.Solo : .

0m under the auspices of the, Halifax omplete line of gents' furnishingsat state penitentiary for life Judge Miss Louise Footo is home from Orchestra and Military Cor- The DaytonaInstItijj'. ,
F. J. Bratt will arrive from Jacksonville 166
River Yacht Club. The prizes will the branch store, and to carefullylook Jones remarked to the negro that he net Band. Avenue,
Washington D. C. where she has '
Miss Eva May Stewart
today to overhaul the busses Ph.B.
consist of a drum of gasoline. The after the wants of the peniisula should thank heaven that his neck of The Clarendon Inn. He will been attending, college, on a./lsit to 1 Price, 50&-, 1& and $1.O0 Instruction In Elementary afid Friaefjai HiK

.4 first prize will be 75 gallons, while population during the % was saved.TheDaytona. Branches. Children of toUrliti mal w*"
be here about a week and during her parents, Mr. and Geo. VS Foote. tlnue studies begun&t home .
the balan of the drum will go as murder case wentto a- -
his stay will be the guest of his thnL at 6 r
second prize. There will be no trial Tuesday and Thursday afternoon opens
In Honor of Mr. and Mrs. R. 1. VaIL parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Bratt. o'clock. THE RIVERSIDE 1HSS.
handicaps in the race and at' least the jury returned a verdict E.C.SARTWELL, rUag Tourists
r Mr. and Mrs. Horace F. Stewart ;
: three boats must start. The regetta of not gully. Eandis & Fish were :{:Crane's fine linen papers at Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Lewis, of -:
I entertained at cards in the spacious "
committee of the lnb will have the attorneys for Alexander. Clark's, Fargo, N. D., arrived
parlors of The Seaside Monday evening I and all lovers of Fine Cigars. Too
f charge of the race and entries must Mrs. C. J. Moore, of Aurora, 111., are occupying their yesterdaY1 Rooms from $3.00 Upward
will find
in honor the
of Mr. and Mrs. R. I. J largest assortment
,be made to them. tHaw is time to begin lookingfor Mr. and Mrs. J. C. F. Springer corner Ridgewood and : ,
Electric Lights Baths and
Wall, who have recently returned finest variety and best quality m
Xmas gifts new goods are com of Cape May N. J. and Mrs. Anna for
from an extensive tour through ; tWAnted-Competant girl I Other Modern Improvements of -
The Florida Sun. ing in all the time. If you see any- of Boston Mass. I .
Europe. About thirty-six guests Baker are new arrivals candy counter. J. A Shanks. Overlooking the River
The Florida Sun is the brightest ting you want have it laid away for in Daytona, and are stopping ,
.. were and the evening was CIGARS AT THE CITY
present C. H. Knappe, manager of the i HOTEL
413 North Beach StreetwmMmMMwcwMMwM'
; ; sun that shines ov r'any state in the tEe you now. Geo. H. Clark, at the Riverside, on North Beach
given np to game of "five-hun Clarendon, arrived home Wednesday L

: Union but the sun that shines over I dred. The. nt1eman'8 first prizewas Jeweler. street. from Narragansett Pier. R. I., whe Sixteen different brands of of strictly

Florida received a severe jolt last I ,.... ____ .
one by Benjajnin i Mason while __.. first-class goods.
Bond Mills at Lake Helen Bum. Pecan tress for sale, 2 and 3 he has been spending the sairfper. :::=:-=::== e
Saturday when, The Florida Sun '
Miss! Ruby Spaulding was the lucky old buds of Frotcher the OEO. H. TIUEWS-
'published at Jacksonville made its The crate and box mills of the E. year egg, :{Anthony: opens tonight at 6 I 1 Neville H. Clark % Proprietor
lady.At \| best flavored of the large nuts. Passes ,
.z initial appearance. The new paper tho close of tho W. Bond Co., at Lake Helen were o'clock. ikBAnrA \
games ainty all spoken for. Nelson and lFlrat pUb.Nolast pub.Jan.IS)
t created a very favorable impression' refreshments were served. burned to tho ground on Friday Texas Prolific ready next falL Miss Lynch, daughter of J. L. L OPTICIAN. ii i Notice to Creditors.

its editorial writings being well con- night of last week from an unknown nov25m2 E. N. WALDRON. Lynch, left yesterday for St. Augustine -: H! i.:: Notice- U hereby \'ell that cmUton.lt"t.atee.
I strncted and its contributed articles cause. Only the plant :: ,distributees and all person turia*
cooperage where she will take
; Entertained the Eastern Star.J. a course as H claims or demands agaInst the estate being of more than ordinary i inter and some of the lumber was laved.' at 6 lAte Henry P.Hand are required to prewat
{Anthony opens tonight trained nurse at the Railwa H spi- II IIn the tame to tbe nndersigued within two
t: est. Messrs. L'Engle and Taylor C. Howard and His estimable The loss will amount toabout o'clcck. tal. n I \Sf! ever yean barred from the Alto date,all hereof persons or remain indebted for-to :::
are to be congratulated on the hand- wife entertained the order of the 50,000 on which MessrewWilkiu- I the estate ere requested to ray the ume. :

some paper they are giving the people Eastern Star Tuesday evening. The son & Conrad inform usXhere is I W. H. Heath has sold his property r Toilet preparations-we have Eyes Examined Free. n I W.M.SHAFFJIIB Lynn ii.xecatrtz.UL5n. 1
attendance II I at Holly Hill to Mm. Eliza Cam- them. Hankins, The Druggist. 1 I: Attorney. i:
was quite large notwith-
of Florida and the GazetteNewshopes $27, 500 insurance. :: ,
::1 The Sun may shine indefinitely. standing the bad weather of that evening The plant of the Bond Sandstone prelle who will take immediate Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Reese and I l Ii At Clark's Jewelry Store. j II.I ---- t

; and an entertaining program Brick Company was not touched by possession. Mr. Heath bas rented I Wm. Halstead, wife and sons, arrived I i.: .. Notice To Contrcton. '" -

was presented. The features of the the fire and suffered no loss. and is occupying W. II. Edmond- yesterday from Linden, Ind., ceptlng Proposals pipe for and furnishing constructing materials two lep&r'at., II., 4
..... .............. storm sewer systems 11009
_--- -HuS.tu.4., .. D.ytoi' eTeUing'sentertainment was the The E. W. Bond Company will son's house known as Rose Villa. for the winter and are quarteredwith .I.I. feet of six to fifteen incb approximately pipe and 100 catch
COTTAGES FOR RENT. basins,will be received by J.Wllktotoa
Advocate of last singing of Master Arthur Holman, continue operations in their J. W. Reese Second a City Clerk,
The Titasville cooper- {You will always find a good selec ,on avenue. Daytona.Florida,until p. m.
I.I. November
EOth.l'JOS. .
week says: of Worcester Mass., and Mrs. C. C. age; plant and will put on a night tion of late novels to select from at i One six-room house, J I.: Plans and speclflcatlons may be seen at
:Anthony: at I(G; I. the office of the City Clerk the office
Bohannon of Daytona. opens tonight I.I.. or of
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holrnan and Dainty refreshments force so that their employees in the D. D.and C. 11.Rogers.
consisting of lemonade Clark's book store. o'clock.Dr. 1 with bathroom, furnished. > .rh-._.nit"_n" ._.., _fiA"t..na..".VNU.....""'-."H'*t.>.k..A. ...4.&..k.... 'A...
: son Albert, who a few weeks ago arrived portion of the plant that was burned > rejectan or all senders. :
cake and wafers were served by the J. C. Pettepher wishes it distinctly Jones is Ii s D. D. ROGKUEngineer.
i f. in Daytona with their fine automobile will be retained in their employ. :{ raparcd to give :;
}; the Rambler, are howet-, charming hostess. Tho Bond Sandstone Brick Com understood that he has NOT sold treatment with his hot air apparatus > : Also one four-roomed *

tied in picturesque town for the pany will giye employment to the his automobile garage and repair or hot air and vapor baths. But > .cottage, furnished or Notice of Application for Fiul

t r winter. Mr. Holman is a retired Church News. balance of the employees of the E. shop. He is better equipped than on account of delay in freight has unfurnsihed. Discharge.

jeweler but now says he has becomea Rev. A. Smith of Daytona Beach I W. Bond Company, it being the in- ever for automobile work of every not received the electric cabinet or Both New Notice is hereby given that six months
description and if are in trouble after date,to wit:on the 2nd day of March
fanner. Writing us this week will preach at the M. E. Church, of tention of the companies to operate you vibrator. i I'JW!. or as..noon thereafter as I can be btard.
call him THOMAS WETOERELL I 'II1ID. "my anal returns as executor 01 4
fri m Daytona; Mr. Holman says: "I Daytona, Sunday at 11:00 pm., night and day forces, commencing {You will see some handsome the Last Will and Testament of Henry 4
Holly)) Hill, FIa.V Keech. deceased to the County Judge of
have my' garden: all planted and and the Presiding Elder, Dr. L. S. Monday next. I Dr. W. E. French is again greeting t- pieces of French hand-painted chinaat Volusla County 1'Iorlda and ask that the
.......,. V," ,.......*. same be allowed and approved and that a
I Work will be commenced Mon
wh n you .ee itif youdon't say? Rader will preach and administerthe on Daytona friends after a sum- Clark's jewelry store. final discharge bo granted me as such ex

In a good, then you are no judge, Sacrament of the Lord's Supperat day of next week by a large force of mer's absence, which he spent in E. L. STEWART, M. D. ecutor.Sept. Z, 1905. U.Y. BINGlUM.Jr Executor.;

and do deserve rides men to clear the debris and Everything is in readiness for the Physician and
not any more evening'service. The pastor, away a Columbia, South America. During Surgeon '."
in tomobile. My garden looks much larger plant will be erected initial appearance of The Daily Newson Special attention to Diseases of the 'First pub.Sept.2; Jut pub.;Nor. Si.) :
oar Rev. F. M. Dowlin will be absent his stay in the "land of revol9ions"the
:. "' es fine .ia,any garden in Daytona, during the day,. preaching at St. by the E. W. Bond Company. They. doctors was representing the the first of next month. If you EYE, EAR, THROAT and NOSE. NOTICE OF GARNISHMENT. i -

and I have growing in it, lettuce, Augustine, on account of the illnessof will erect fire-proof buildings of Cadilac Automobile Com pan j; He have not already secured advertisingspace Office First and door residence north of:Catholic Palmetto Church.avenuo lu Circuit CourtSeventh Judicial i ,
beats brick and iron and when the do so at once as the quantityof Telephone 58-3 Circuit, in and for Volusia County I
radishes cabbage
,. turnips, Dr. Martin. All are most cordidially new says that he likes the cliVfto but Florida. t

carrots, mustard- plants, onions etc. invifed to attend both of these plant is finished it will be modernin not the people. I II available space limited. Those C. C. BOHANNON, The Graber-Morris Hardware 1
:' We have more fresh eggs daily than services. all its details and will be the I who have contracted for space and Company corporation !:
Physician Surgeon.Office .
we can use, from twenty fine hens, largest and best equipped in the :{:We want to call your attentionto will favor the Gazete-News Companyby organized and existing t
and South. our line jewelry and cut glass. sending in their at once. over the Atwood Pharmacy Bench under the Laws of ,
and I have fished off the bridge copy
4 a street, DAYTONA, FLORIDA. the State:) of Florida,
can catch fifty or sixty v trout,every A New "Uncle Sam." The finest ever shown in the city. A general strike of the cigar make Telephone No. 74.J.ERawlings Plaintiff, .

L- day. Some fishermen bring home the "Uncle Sam" which has carried For Rent. Geo. H. Clark, Jeweler.T. ers of Key West was ordered Tues- James Loveless vs. Dependent. 1

Y as many as sixty and seventy sheep-I many hundreds of passengersup Edward Fitzgerald, one of the day. Several conferences of the M. D. J. G. Brown, Chos. G.

head m- a day." How is that for and down the Halifax the past two The ]large room in the "Atlantic editors Manufacturers' Union and the Ci- llurgoyne D. McLaren, ,
; and propritors of the Daytona Office over Nile's Drug Store Clias. Ballough and J.W. "
? i is being thoroughly remodeled recently occupied by the Wilkinson, Garniebees. ,-
Daytona years Gazette-News, accompanied by gar Makers' Union have been held after September 10. i !
Palmetto Club. Suitable for large I "
and refitted. The cabin has Mrs. Fitzgerald is a visitor in the with no satisfactory results. The 'PHONE 39. To Jamas Loveless, Defendant J. 01: ,
been greatly enlarged and will office, light business or society. Brown. Cbas. G. Bnrgoyne D. UcLaren.Chas. ?:
Comlaz December 6th. now Bingham & Thompson. city today. Mr. Fitzgerald is a differences are difficult ones to settle H. H. SEELYE A. B. A. M. M. D Ballough and J. W. Wilkinson IUarnhtheea |{
accomodate twice .
as many people as prominent Elk and came down to attend and there.may be a demand for a and all other persons interes '*

Manager Osborne, f the Opera it did before. A buffet will be put the formal opening tonight sympathetic strike of all branches Physician and Surgeon. You ted: are hereby notified that the Gra- f,

House, has becked for Wednesday in and everything arranged for furnishing Birthday Party and House Warming of the new club rooms of the of labor before the trouble is ended. High Special Frequency facilitieH Ultra for Electrical Violet ,Ray X Ray, Vibratory ber.Morris Hardware Company, a corporation ..1.'

eening December Cth, the leading lunches to passengers. The Erick Mills, son of S. Mills, the Thermal .1 organized and existing: under
Air "
local lodge of Elks, and the ban- $ and Corapreeeed
Dainty cakes for dainty lunchesat I the Laws of the State of Florida, Laa on
attraction of its kind Before thepublic. boat will, bo ready for the season's drayman, celebrated the attainmentof follow. Treatment of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, i the 27tb day of April instituted suit ioaseumpmt
to Although Mr. Fitz- I
the and ItVrvoua Rheumatism
1 This is O. W. business in week his Gramling Bakery Lung Disorders; wherein James LoveleM U
Wyndham L a or two, although majority Monday evening, by gerald has resided on the east coast Cancer,Tllmor ,Diseases of Women made defendant and wherein a writ of

;. with the Imperial Kintescope illustrating the regular schedule will not start giving a birthday party at the new for a number of years this is his first Orange Blossoms. and Chronic Ailment garnishment issued ou J. G. Brown,
the Jap-Russian war and until about January first. residence of his West L Office at residence 127 So. Ridgewond. Uuns. U. Burgoyne, I n. MciareuCltas.
parents on visit the and like all Geo. M. Gunn and Miss Mamie
to City
Office Hours: 1 to lIa.m.. 1 to 3.6 to 8 p.m. Balluugh and J. W. Wilkinson.
; shows how the plucky Japs sunk Magnolia even ue. The occasion also others he is much impressed and Ray were united in the holy bonds Telephone No. ((d. ThAt a summons ad rwpondendura -

: the flan! Navy. Mr. \Vyud- Florida Free From Yellow Fever. took the form of a house -wahning. agreeably surprised at the development of matrimony at high noon Thursday ..........Oi..OO..OO.. was Volusia delivered County to,Florida.on J.' R. Turner the, Sheriff 27th day of

ham spent nineteen years in one With the lifting of the for the new residence of Mr. /Mills, and thrift of Miami.-Miami at the home of the bride's I DR. of'pnl! A. I). r)03\ : and was on the
: continuous tour of the world and quarantineat Sr. A large number of the Amendsand mother. Rev. C.V.. Arnold I BRUSHI 2Cth day of May A. 1 1). 1M5:;, returned
Pensacola Metropolis. per- I
of that the defendant James Loreleea cannot -
every vestage yellow S
has a collection of pictures\ neverbefore : relatives of the family HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
fever is driven were formed the ceremony according to be found in the State of Florida.
from the State of: Anthony tonight at G SS And further notified that the
equalled. present and the occasion was a very opens the beautiful rites of tbe I you are
Florida. This, together with the o'clock.If Episcopal 1-- said James Loveless and all otherper-
enjoyable one, made more so by the, church. The interested l required toappear
raising: the quarantine at New Gazette-News joins a Chronic Diseases a Specialty. Hons are hereby ;

At Orleans again makes travel safe in L excellent supper served by Mrs. its in the drug line you can host of admiring friends in wishing .SS I before, plead the first or demur Monday in'Mid in December suit nor .
Opera House November 28th.
all Darts, of the south_ ... i Mills. _ safely count on finding it atHankins' the couple wedded joy and happiness. -, DR. E. R. BRUSH f: 1903; A. D., being the 4th day in said
-- -- ,
& -- month otherwise default will be entered
The Kalbfield'd Minstrels which oPENT1ST. p
While yellow fever |We have The Druggist .
was prevalentat just put on sale the : against you.
-- appears at the Opera House on next Pensacola there was no apprehension finest line of ladies' and children'smuslin Notlce--You 9. LxxDia &: FISH,
can get dry pine A Business
I Change. O T. E. FiTwmu, !
Tuesday night, November >28th is :along the the East Coast as the underwear we have ever had.F.T.PECK&CO. I..and oak wood at 113 North Beach L | No. CO Third Avenue. p Attorneys the Gruber-Morris Bard. :
A deal
composed of thirty white artists! all of was consumatediast night.whereby .
point ware Company.
; contagion was so far remov I Street. Phone 37. 21-Gm 0 O
of whom tro well known i iff the min-i ed that there was absolutely no dan = a change was made in the, : Opposite Public School..sooooooaoooeCooOOoeOOOO. 9 First pub.Oct.!2x; last pub. Dec.If!) :]

*world.The_ first part.ithits here at time still with .....+4.... : dry goods business of Moore Bros. Anew .. 1
ger the
any ++ +++.....
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+ +MMEdw. +...+++.++.... Notice to Debtors and Crt<or- {
magnificent scenic effects is a masterStroke dreaded disease driven out of the copartnershio has been formedto L T. E FITZGERALD __

E- of the scenic artist's; ability, state all parties' breathe freer and i : be known as the W. J. Bethel Volusia In the County County, Florida.Judge's Court In andre?. -.''

while tho gorgeous costumes and the and Co., with W. J. Bethel as ATTORNEY AT LAW In the matter of tbeEstateOfHen7'V'Colelough. 1
annoyance trouble of manager. ,decpaswl.
grand electrical display lend blending i j jPHOTOGRAPHER The store will be closed To all creditors legatees dltr1bfhLand :I'I

1 a curing health certificates has been I Mondayto r Associated with all other persons having claims 01 demands "

effect as bewildering as it ,is done away with. enable Mr. Bethel to take stock LANDIS & FISH dough,against deceased the: Estate Henry V.IXM-. jl 11:
Mr. Bethel DeLand Florida You are hereby reqnlied to PJ8"15ri ', f
beautiful. ',The comprises i had of
program experience wild "
years )
I i Special facilitk-H for examiningland titlrt claims and demands against Ii flt !
E \ \ singing,vocalista,;.f funny cOmedians Charles T. Pent and Mia Mabel in the dry goods business and Ofliee in Atwood, block. Phone 12-1. th"gpmid.of undersigned Day tona at,Volusia the office County of T. t.' or1dIo.* If f
solo orchestra and olio off Brook : will at once the wtthlnoneyeartroludate. or your claim 'I
an of enlarge stock.
Holly Hill l were united in Isaac A.Stewart Egford BI:rSTEA1T and demands will be forever barrud. is!
Peck Block (
Di- .
vaudeville feature 'Phone 91 : Dated thisthdayOfOCtOb.AJOhN::
high-class seven big marriage Sunday. The ceremony & ELY, V.eOLCLOUGH. ":n

acts; the' whole 'producing a was performed by Notary C. M. t : t Assist the Pinewood Cemetery LAWYERS As Administrator of the Estste of Henry
truly minstrel B/nghainJr. : Association by taking dinner the Colclougli deceased. 8' :.
production. ; ....................................................: Armory on Thanksgiving day.at Office Branch in office Bank Building, DicLAND: FLA T.l Laudls:. Fitzera1d.& Klsn -iV.
---- # D over PostoffiCf', DAYTONA Atfbrneya for Administrator.




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!........ ........ The.DaiIy"News will be Dec. I t -- ... ., II ,;-_ ........ ; ....,._ -;.."' ......, .:.:,. ';':_ .,...:. .,
out 1 "
.cat ; ; I OF GEORGE W. LEFMAN. .. .. < .
Happenings. "
Bob Sloan and Dewellen Gibson, Anthony Shoes *
-'ABthe Shoe&
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1NN.INN' .I.f1N4w, two jovial knights of the >grip, were are ; tt ; :. 'It
-. The Famous Traveler Who Never Pays For Years of Volusla are :
in Thirty Resident_ -- -* : :" "
Jet'GS be your Jeweler; the many Daytona Tuesday. :Silent Salesmen. ,'l e SI1-e t 1 I4 =
i'4..L .
.. Je breaks and ,odd. Jobs will reive George Tebo, of Dover, Delawarewrites Railroad Fare.-Calis Daytona County.Postmaster _*.t.. Port = .,'j ...., 1.; t' : ., ...- ... ,'n-*,,'''.,. .,-,-.. t _, --, ,
.t careful and attention. ,' .,' HI* Home. ".Orange for Many Years. Ir N't. ,:>:
prompt that heexpecti: to arrive in T ', ..- "' ,. ... .......
ike our store a dropping in place, D.Atonlfabout tho first of January. ',Everyone knows A .No. 1. -His George-W.: Lefinan, postmaster at ', .-- "" ",

ban' chopping. All goods engraved last trip to Daytona was three winters Port Orange for many years, and ,a or' A

}": L H. ROWE A COllie tDr. Armstrong in person can be 'ago;; at which 'time he stayed resident of Volusia county for over

Daily News will be out Dec. 1 Been 3-4-5 at, in the regard Troy to House on December here nearly all the season A No. 1 thirty years, died last Saturday evening Anthony 'Brot k t r
any eye or nerve "
"" might be called a "hobo, althoughhe and the remains were laid to

.'{Anthony opens ..tonight'at 6 trouble. Positively] only on dates I dubs himself "The Traveler." rest in the Port Orange Cemeji&Y _.....:.I..=.. e ) t' ) 'l :: r--1 p...

... named. ..
lock '
If ,
you call him a hobo though, he Tuesday afternoon. He had ,been .
"'. ; Jones has Place order for Thanksgiving is honest hobo. That is he .. .. -: .* : r' ,\ q ') ., ." '
"-.,, Jeorge' purchased a lot your early an never ill some time., and a few weeks ago .: :1,I'.: f.. 1.i.!,.. .
'1 Daytona Beach from Wesley Her turkeys with Birchwood.Mr. steals anything but a ride on trains. tendered his resignation as .postmaster if. .' I I '"
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and Mrs. T. F. Williams, of Mention any town you may anywherein on account of poor health. ''iAto '''' _,,,
the.United States and A No. 1 Mr. Lefman .(. .;.} : '- {1of..; ,< ... ..r .rr!: E', .
: Ire. W. A. ,BeaDer., of Kingston, Daytona Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. was sixty-two years '. .,. .,\' "Jif">>- '''''.' '-.'. ..._. ,'.'" .
t..: Litle can tell you all about it. For'many of and unmarried. He .r. rl : i1 '.
lif convalescent from a severe spell W of Flint Mich., are age \f1lS..a ;
., t f
:J.; he has RobertLefran J .', ,
"ct Illness. taking in the sights at the Midwinter years been constantly floating brother of the late Captain ..-'f 4 fJ I'I" .; '_ ,-1'000'<. if"
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I,. '' ., i Fair at Tampa. about the country, staying at no for many years a steamboat ., .," ,,,." ''." .'. ,'.:: ... .II' ..ft"It. '", . _,
FJOB81e. # -
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i Bingham ; .. '. '
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place longer than week *
a or ten captain of the Halifax and Indian .. ..' .. j '" Jr J. ',..'.
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Judge Kenneth Sutherland .
from his t. -
[Uft Sunday a veek'g visit. with days. That is, with the rivers in 'r' : -2 --
exceptionof by. ; .
years gone .:. ?,, S' :.; ... '. _
(ri ends in Jacksonville. wife and daughter came down from \ -;' ;" :jt.: .. *.;.- .. -;-' > ; fU.t ti ,
J Island Daytona.He His sister- .Mr.. Roelker, of. Brooklyn .. .., . ..- .. f". -; / .t.JIE.r .*."**' x t '"
3oney and !- : ,
Sunday night J .
are *'I.
'''',:::Anthony opens : tonight at 6 makes his living by carving ) Was with him at the time'of his

.... occupying injlorth Ridgewood.Col. Stubenbord's cottage images potatoes and' selling them. demise, and his brother-inaaw, ,t .Mr.: .. :', ;Will 0 p n %itli a ffiie iine of3: j"-.J'
In a letter to Ge<;'. II. Ludwig, he Roelker, came down to attend the.
If you want The Daily News commencing t J.. ..! ; ; ,; f ., ., ..
Mayor Smith, J. U. C. Morris andDr. says: funeral.H. / 'J (, ..
..' with the first Issue Id.bQ" us '; : f'I r; 1.- t' ,
D. D. Beekman returned Monday "It is my intention to come
Telephone to the office. IIjf 'I, > .
... evening from a hunttng trip to paytona .after Christmas Land J..Kaiser has built A comfort- . ;i Co "
,- Place your order early for Thank* down the river. They bagged I )would like to know from you able welling in the rear of his .' : T '"
giving-' turkeys with' Birchwood., something like forty-three ducks on ligw the town is getting along. So i Kodak place on North Beach street.C. ", ..,1,:.t ,I.,.i'. MI3NS'VEAR. : :. >,,,.:. ;'r'Ci... ...

One hundred and 8efeniyfivefiblue the trip. far as I am concerned I have covered ; .
; ,: B. Evans, of Wyoming, Ohio, .-'Ill Ii
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fish, bass, and trout were The law firm of T. E. Fitzgerald- quite a bit of territory since I was i is one of the late Daytona arrivals. ri ," .. ,

::Cnght from Potter's ocean pier oneda1last and Landis & Fish will motheir in beautiful Daytona last. Still it Mr. Evans is comfortably quartered "! j .'

1 week. offices to the Shanks seems that I like to come back there I : -: h 'J.1
building next :at The Austin. ;. ;;
;. week. The of offices will once more. Please tell how businesswas 1 .T'ODA"Y AT' 6"p' Mil ," -.
{-1.Vhat is Lily Water? Call at new suite Fred Shepard of Chicago has : '
the last Did have ..' ; e ;
be the finest in the city year. you a .... Of'# -;
rthe: electric light plant, t lot of tourists there? taken rooms at Mrs. Ellenwood's on ', ut' a. > "", : U
Pot.1.toos. ev- .
f1-, fAn oyster will be given at Volusia Smith & t kH cai.wt; t 1' .... ', ", _
Norton Reed left Monday. for Day- supper erywhere'are bad and rotten. Have avenue, through ';' .. ; ... .
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Spworth Hall Nov. Thomas. ''t. t. r.; .. .J
4 Fla., where he will spend the Monday evening, "
you good ones in Daytona? ., '. :, ... ,- ,' ]
ft&1yaock.r months.Bowling Green 27, 5 to 8 o'clock. Provisions made : '1." ..;' IJ"A. : : I : e' .. ..\. ... : \'Z. _t.i. :
tThree furnished rooms for light '
for,those who do not eat Everybody t 'it'J 4f ,1. 'i,5".i:" : r-
; Ohio, Democrat. oysters. house-keeping on South Ridgenood; '[." :
cordially invited. Proceeds The Daily News will be out Dec. 1Russell's ..-- :' ,
'. '. The Daily News will be out Dec. 1 Address Box 1. 25. ,'J' .... .. .. .......,, :.
,. for building fund. 3ti I'f ,"-* ,I" -' '::vA' -"- '-.-- '' --- "" ,-- .:;.-,-- ,"".- ,.. ..-. .. .
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Pharmacy has just in- ., t4t ft..11\ ( e. "
S. W. Rowley of San Mateo was .I --v
: ii Oriental Comandery Number d' . .
Fred S. CummingS, proprietor of stalled soda Ilsisii : : ; .1 ,
anew fountain. .. ,. ,... .. .
L',i in Daytona Tuesday in the interest the Port Orange Hotel has arrived Nine, met in regular conclave \ > .., ,

t;.of the San Mateo cigars, of which he from Michigan and is getting his E. Dillingham has commenced Thursday afternoon and eveningand 4. .. ,.._

../'it the manufacturer. hotel in readiness for the winter. the erection of a neat: cottage near initiated a number of candi : I

t- |Place your order early for Thanks. Mr.> Cuinjuings was in Daytona this the Novelty works. dates. ,: i

;giving, turkeys with Birchwood. week making purchases for his ;t'c anted-1; ition as" Chaffeur. Mr. and Mr*. D..McLaren have arrived ;: .J i
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A hTO I B h
;.t, Mrs. Franklin'Reed f and Mrs. II'Gh hotel. Familiar with gasoline('ng n.esBuk from Columbus, Ohio- and an ft fl y r o I e us it'' '

.1 ;.. Stillman, of Jacksonville, have f Lots with bearing pecan trees for car preferred. E. E. 1 Evans: City.E. occupying their handsome] home at

{been the guests of E. L. Gunn and f 200. Jacob Slough, Second street.J. '1'. Conrad his purchased the Silver Beach, which has' j juft }beencompleted. ,

: 0. M. Gunn this week. Jr -J
properly on Cottage avenue occupied -
.\W. Hall,Second avenue gardener
t Young man, white from north, has the thanks of the Gazette-News by Ross Miller's barber ,I'Ihop.'Dr. Chili lie Van Dorn, who has been "_l" .AI. '1

eiahes.,"'i position in store or hotel as for a fine lot of lettuce and. onions,/ Pierson is making some substantial spending tho past six years in western -: Anthony's Shoes Anthony's Shoes. i ; :

clerk. Best references. Address C. from his gardens Mr. Hall has the improvements to his dental Kansas returned to Daytona are are 1

0.' Boyes, care Mrs. Hinks, Daytona finest gardens in this locality and office. "Improvement is the orderof last week 011 a visit to his parents, Silent Salesmen. Silent Salesmen.

.,I Bcach. can be seen every morning in the the age." Mr and :Mrs. Walter Van Dorn. tjr Sfi t .i i i

.' Workmen the damage week driving into town with a load ,
: are repairing .....
of succulent vegetables. : ......_...._ --'t.vo---, -- $ t, ..i.
:|. which the recent storm wrought .
$fto Potter's ocean pier. The span Placo your order early for Thanksgiving jo'

i over the automobile epeedway 'vas turkeys with irchwood; ----- ,- ., Rarklnson Jjmi.seFine .- -.,. J;

.\demolished, but will soonjAe in The two Methodist and tho Baptist At Seabree/e, on the Ocean Beach' front, we have the five Kcchersperger '.1

?t* :1ace"4 again, more permane than church of Da.tona"ill unite cottages at from $150 to $500, and the Clareiulen Inn cottages next looaiiou corner Thidge\wood and Magnolia I Atemics.Electric i t

-1. ever. in the Thanksgiving service, on Lights] Sanitary Plumbing ]Baths and all j
to the Clarendon Inn for from $300 to $(GOO( and on all of the principal I
i For bicycle lessons apply to Prof. Thursday, November 30th, at 10 a, modern conveniences. Table the best the, market af

| 'Joseph Cclyer, P. O. Box 29. )a at the Methodist Church, Kingston. streets of Daytona, Seabreeze and Daytona Beach we have cottages from fords. Large, nicely] furnished rooms well lighted and l-

Rev. F. M. Dowlin of tho Daytona -
:PThe Daily News will be out Dec. 1 M. E. church, preaching the $125 to $1,000( ) for the season and rooms from $50 the season up, furnished heated. Southern cxpooiue. For rates, apply to ,\0 : ;' "

r *Ladies baths at the electric light 'i ito .
.'fl sermon. All aro cordially invited for light housekeeping. MRS. JOHN B. PARKINSON, f ,

$, .piant attend. Our team 'is at your service. You can see anything we have at anytime I I I Owner and Proprietor 1

J. R. Anthony, Jr., stopped off between 6Visit the electric light plant and ._..-.,--..__-,-.... ... __ -I J j.

'I: '; trains Saturday on his way see the finest baths in the South. you wish to and it will give us pleasure to show; it. '- ..- .- -- --- -----.,,
<<' home from New York to Palm Beach.
>-. Mr. Anthony was well pleased with Everett M Canova. who has ac- $8COO to loan, on good Daytona property, at 7 per cent. 4 + .m o.v4..0e

the business outlook in Daytona, cepted the position of city editor on EDWARD E. PIERCE

} and carefully inspected the new The Daily News will arrive from : SMITH I & THOMAS b ,

:. St. Augustine next Monday. He : ,
building erected by Anthony Brothers H
r' bears the reputation of being a ELECTRICAL I CONSTRUCTION r
rJ/-' in which company he is inter- Real. Estate Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. 4 1 t ,
y irst-class[ newspaper man, having
'?! been engaged in reportorial work on
of All Kinds. :
t tonight at Go'clock. .
opens in 'Florida.
some of the best papers .
Taylor arrived from Olcau, Miss GU58ie Kaiser armed from O&ceola:: ] '1 ribs Xo. 21, Improved i

.{ tDr. J. H. Piersou, Dentist, Peck |The undersigned has the largest N. Y., Tuesday.E. Lake Placid, N. Y., last week and I Order of IJedmen, admitted two palefaces FINE FIXTURES. <

Bridge 'Phone supply of turkeys in the city. Come will remain with her brother at 'tins j and advanced four to the war- .
Block,opposite'South I order for D, Langworthy arrived home FAIR PRICES. .
and leave
early your place the coming season. I rior degree at; their last council fire.
a 108-2 Residence 39-3 r. from New York.
r. I Monday .
dinner. First "
Thanksgiving come '
have work for next mect-
Geo. E. Sebring of Sebring, Ohio, first served. Yours to please, A new automobile arrived Tuesday Dr. W. E. French has taken the .]ing.They more,., < QUICK SERVICE t
side of Mrs. Emma B.
ia stopping a few days in Daytona J. L. 011[M. consigned to 'f. F. Cordia. east .
house. The rentingof oac oooo 0 0 Sze () o 0 0 o.
; y making arrangements for his winter I avenue Waterman's Ideal Fountain; pens .. ... ,
II. Monroe went down to ..
has -- -- -- -
Captain J. S. Herbert exchanged this we learn is to be credited to -. -- -.- --
I, stay at this puu! Mr. Sebring intended his place at Holly Hill for Oak Hill on 'a duck hunting trip, Smith & Thomas. fully guaranteed every' rcspeet.I" @ @:w. \ J'W:: ar'zi.:e.J x.t.!<1'11<:Cd: ybd j 1 ),. .'iI .
this wider i Clark's.
to go to Miami Special agency at
but has concluded to remain j ijUPay- a farm near Barberville and will remove Tuesday fNow is the time to select a golf I I .

tona, He will occupy one of Dr. to his new home next week I II I John Dunn at one time a residentof jacket; a full line just received. The Clerks Club will give' a dance |, I DAYTONA NOVELTY r'ORKS; pr :
Neenan railroad tractor, is at Ja1"1o'formerly heatiu s Casino !
M. a con Scabroe/o, now of Polatka, is \is-
Bennett's new cottages on Ridgewoodavenue. P. T. PECK & Co
the gentleman with whom Captain iting friends here. next Thursday evening 'l'hanksgivIintt 1;. UiLLlNdHAM PrtfrctorI : .

Herbert made the exchange. Mr. 0 J. W. Wilkinson has rented the night. The boys arc making I :) 5'f SfKEET, NiHi k FREIGHT! DEPOT ,. .
: -*Mra..Millar's Hair Dressing Par- lira hero Anthony opens tonight at New ell house on North llidgewoodavenue for a good time and no'I
will family preparations
Neenan move k. UNLAIJUKI:)* AND 1 :'.\'l.1lLIl'pJ.n: I :! TOlt 1'LANING I SAWING, R
u cltx
. F pro are now open to the ladies at very shortly. : i near Bay street, to II. C. doubt will succeed. SAWING'rURNED WORK OLi'LL KINDS I WINDOW AND DOOEFUAMIW .

122 South Beach street. Appoints lU-nford Deacon and John Y. Col- : God man of Columbus, O. Mr. God- ;; ASH, 0001:;;, STurm TUONTS, COUNTERS, L'AlCIXCT <
k ments made at your home tf tThe Hub Restaurant: 1m: 0 nice dough have been hunting and fishing man will occupy itabout January 1. |Get your dinner at the Armory .) WORK, liRAfKCTrf; COLONIAL COLUMNS with Plain )
sleeping rooms. Meals[ at all hours this \utk. i Thanksgiving day and assist the. ( or ;; :
E. H. of Jacksonville down the river W. II. Gardiner, wife and daughter Pinewood fund. The r.; .MOULDING-twave t
tDr. Armstong, Will open Dec. 1. Engage your Cemetery I ; :
the,well known eye and nerve rooms for the seASon now. 47 North *Place your orders for Holloa arrived from Mackinac Island, ladles; extend a cordial invitation toall. : No Advance in Prices, cltbcagb material Las goae up front 40 ,to I

specialist, will make a personal visit Beach street brown bread and baked beaus with Mich., last week, and Mr. Gardner l I ) SO apr cent. We Scresu ycur hoaso and guarantee the fit.bha .

to our town and will be at the Troy the Gramling Bakery H getting his photo gallery on South i l..........,=."."....."'. :;->,.:r.:_)"i\i'.i'.. '.'.v _cY,,,:.;'f._ .re--.i'fi... ,.,,:;.,..i\\iY. ._.......,,....t i'insYi.....__"-J'.'!J'i"i-
of the Flori- the Mr. :and Mrs. L. C. McCann, of k
House December. 345. The Asa Paine, president Beach street in shape for sea -- -- ,

moat radical on forms of eye and. nervous da East Coast Automobile Associa- Mrs. C. A. Longc and daughter, son's business. Joliet, Illinois: have armed for the ]La La Sha
arrived of last week Mrs Chas Messing Arrival home winter and will conduct Orange
,.:. troubles are handled with favorable tAll manner of eye defects carefully -
\ from Minneapolis, Minnesota and last Saturday fnm u visit to Alabama Villa on Loomis avenue during the

l' _results. interest in automobile affaire '.will latest coiitH'tod.scientific examinations methods without made: season. The couple tWO experienced ROY LA SHA, Beach St Electrician.Fine .
Anthony opens tonight at 6 now take an extra spurt. Maine Mr and Mrs. 1' 1... Fitzgerald the use of drug". hotel people snd "iHC'01Uuel! a f'n>>t- line of Table Lamps both Gas and .Electric

o'clock. informs the Gazette-NoAVS OJut many ited Miami this veek ,\\'heie they attended NLMLLK H. CIVHF, cla s place.'
Phone ,03
} residents of the Flour wiJiy will attend : the opening lanquet givenat Eyesight Spl'Cialist. :*Why go down street scowling'Have Beautiful f fixtures, we make them.

,' Mrs. Wra. A. Ronald entertainedin the races to be C lIon the the new home t.f the T.lkshich I i I a pair of glasses! fitted to your gets my services any hour. Lamps, Shades and .

honor of her daughter, Mrs. H. Ormond.D ytona'lJe-arh in January, was formally ope :<.d Thursday ovening. -:I J. C. Pcltepher took in two his loads to eyes and relieve that strain. XR- Batteries for mile, Fixtures exchanged.La ,

Y. Stillman, at her residence at Daytona and that he looks forward to the New Smyrna Sunday big autobus MiLElI. l LARK, eyesight specialist.J. ] t
; Beach, Thursday afternoon. moat successful meet ever held in I one in the forenoon and one in .. '

About forty ladies ,were present. world' history of automobile- sport. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gramling, of the afternoon. lie reports the load I W. Wilkinson has sold the Bell Sha LaSha

After a pleasant game of six-hand West Farm, Madison County, are between Da'to11and Port Orange property on South Uidgouood!I to -- .
euchre, delicious refreshments were tDr. Armstrong's? representative, the guests of Mr. Gramling's father as being in bad shape from chuck George SebringMr.. Sebring will --
served.jlf owing to sickness, could\ not make C. W. Gramling, of this place. This holes that ham been worn. A few erect a fine home on this pro city r-------- G'--s. FARLEE ,

dates as per announcement, so Dr. is the first visit of this worthy family hours work would put the road in within the jear He has rented Dr. .
you wish to help the Pincwood Armstrong will make a personalvisit to Daytona, and they are much good shape and it ought to 1:0 looked Bennett's new dwelling at the cor- Painting, Decorating, Paperhan ing. '

r;? Cemetery Association. take ynur to our town, December 34-5, pleased with our beautiful little city. after at once. ner"of Orange aud Uilg] wood for i N avv 1905 Wall Paper, the largest: ;:: ami haml-urniest: line of wall 1 paper -

.', .dinner at the Armory, Thanksgiving at the Troy House. lIe can be con- $ tried tho the \'Omingiut.t'r\ season. samples ever shown in Daytoiia Impelled and domestic g00c18-
: Have handing
T\\o automobiles and a Westinghouse you roll. SOHI( I to select from. Interior
suited with in regard to any neryo from 5c to 3.00 per new designs
L Day The ladies havo prepared a disappoint by saying -
with direct connected baked beans and Boston brown We seldom Northern mechanics employed.
troubles. Tho engine decorating a specialty.
Mane complications eye i .
dinner and all invited. -
are doctor will positively be here onlyon dynamo, 250 lights, for sale. Alonzo bread. If not try them at once. I "Just out. Office and Shop, 32 Myrtle Avenue. DAYTONA, FLORIDA. ,
ri Tha Druggist.
No. 239 N. Beach street. .
The Doc. 1 the dates named. White, garage, Palmetto near Uaytf. '
% Daily News will be out 'p f "; ,


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; Ocean House Low Tldo on the Beach. New York State is going.to devote i" MALLORY i '- .. E'_JOHNSTON' Proprietor. '-' 4

F.w SAIlS Proprietor. DATE i. x. P. X. DATJ.. X. P. X. the jam oL$50,000,000 to _the : '-".4 ii;;:&._ -

$ 4 Rates |2.00 per Day and Upward -- :..-- I building of good roads. the voters : _-w LINES 1I: RatbbctTtre Carriages Floe Horses &rgfbJWe ,:: ,, '
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NOT. 1 .14 4 rI6 Nov.IS lOCi 5'I & '
Special to Regular' Boarders I, .. 507511 .". Iii 105 I" have expressed their approval .of..a o are' well equipped."Straw Rides" Tie finest turnouts la tSs. i.t:

HEW SMYRNA. FLORIDA ,I .. I 4 Ii 100 814 f 10 In 749 8.9 i'.. 21'l1 20 T14U 980 24 8 iM!liSI 14I constitutional amendment to th tend : SPECIAL PASSENGER.EXPRESS : 'Bnaea meet all trains and"tait pawnger to any part of tb d%.: ':-

I U H .7 Ii IOL 9 IG: .1032 Hi .". 2S I 10 1112?& 10 11.US nnd it will become operative i STEAMSHIPS. : 1 Trunks delivered promptly. itaVlw peritt Ptbita tytM(. ; J.joi

I 4' fI IlC.I) 11 18 2 5 12 2i'S immediately.It -
the '
: I 9 11'9 1168 211 Ji 3 117 S Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on 0 1 -;
: New Harness a.. 101229 .. 2. 12$ 206 is said.that plans for improvements S coaMt.S S Telephone 27 :t:0
: I, 112 100 2M 21 266 NO OVERrROWDING.t 0 ). ::".'
.4 Ii 110 1. 29 I& I" have been worked out to the GUARANTEED : .
p .. 13 143 I 10" $53 424 f STATEROOMS POSITIVELY I:= r
-I Sand Repair. Shop. ,, .. U 11 11I' 153! 2 au W last detail, financial and engineer : linportan on tiwae ampS| M no tickets wdl bu sold to excw4 : I ;; ;
lG .a 10 1$ ing, and nothing remains now but : the number of berths, or the seating capacity of Dining/ Hall, thus insuring I -
; A .F. Chandler : .. 17 l14 I 05 S all passt-njrers individual service and attention. S : :I : .
to put into execution the ideas form PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE,EVERY FRIDAY. : \ I
having bought out J. A. Erickson & Co., : Blah tide'houri before or&fter low Ude :
in Florida TimeB-UuIon.:) .
- : .. ed after a long and complicated o (See Schedule of ships .
...OI'4' u su $4 S
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can be found on Cottage avenue back S LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS : -Ia- -
theCitylloteL campaign of study struggle and O. Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL through the S S -

popular education.In o FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS. 0
- All klnda of 10 Through tickets sold to all Northern points. For full Information : ffrZ11rj

Harness and Leather Goods ID DOZEN this event is seen an inspiring : regarding attractions offered by no other I line; diagrams, iwervationc, : / /4-, ./ -

encouragement to the people who S tickets, etc.,apply to II '7- c -

Harnea Mud Shoes made and repaired. have made the topic of good roads : A, W T. JrYli AgCfltf JackBonvilla 2U West Bay, Florida.Street, :S n--
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when o
Call wanting anything
on ca
z- line. their special concern. It is also evidence : Geo. H.Clark, Local Agent, Daytona, Fla. :

onr $7.50 that the voters who must be ........................................
-) _ the tribunal when it comes to action, .u .--_-_ _. .-

JUCTBADEA5PLCIALTYHAME have taken a good grasp of the ma-

N. ERICKSON DROSS? terial benefits to be derived from .y. '5-

Cabinet Maker and improvements of this nature. Otherwise 1 I LOUISVILLE & IA.SIVILLE K. R.

I they would not have agreed: to :
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aside the amount stated.

: Wood Worker .. e setting The good roads movement is gaining Nashville Memphis '
... Daytona Pressing and Best Line to Birmingham, ,
strength day in section x ?
every every
; Doors and Window Screens, Picture Cleaning Establishment.Ladies of the nation. Here in Florida Knoxville Louisville, Cincinnati, St. !

,Houldlngt made to order. All kinds of '
FureltdH jl.palringdone on ehort notice and Gents also clothea dressmaking.cleaned press little argument is needed to demon- Louis, Chicago and all points North and
ed and dyed,
at niiM. strate to all classes of citizenry
niiy Cottage Avenue prices. Davtona, Fla. BENJAMIN DE LYONS. i the immediate good to result from West in through cars. Four Sailings Each Week :t t 5

407 Beach St., Daytona, Fla. I such sources. Roads open to transportation BETWEENJACKSONVILLE S -:
I of the nation. Here in ONLY line operating through sleepers from Florida to St. Louis with

Portland Oregon Ex i A Dr.WUlluu'IndUn Plto Florida into the most remote districts dining car service. and NEW YORE
'Wnieedin NOlnlmeot wW curt BUsd, have so vital a bearing: on the .

I _i Piles.It abaorbiuno* and Itching,.. industrial, social, postal and general ONLY line operating through sleepers from Florida to Chicago. S Calling at Cbai leston, S. C., loth wn j". .J -''
i position. P allays Uie itching tl once,acts I THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE: SERVICE. ', :
: a poultice, gives instant n- rural phases of life, and so important -
,1 lie net?. prepared r.WlUlams1 for Indian Pile Pile ud Olnv Itch- an influence on the welfare of the FINEST dining-car service in the South. The Clyde New Er.gland; and! Southern Lines* 1SouthBound -

ot the private parts. Every box Is. entire State, that they have ceasedto
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 'warranted. Dy Orugglit." by mall on re.seIpt Through tourist sleepers to California.For Dintl Service IV.lww: -
of.R..r1ce. 60 cents and $1.04) ILL1ASIAkUFCTUPJli be a mooted problem. They JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE. ,
Los ANGELES CAL. CO.. Props.. Clc\'elan4. Ohfo.Por of'a's and AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. '.
Bale by Lw RuesellSeaboard are noonly a question information as to rates to all points NORTH and WEST sched- 'alline at t'liiirlebton both \\ays. ,'::
is well lt however, to keep the ules and full information, call or write ...From Lewis' Wharf Eo tot
Convention J 01. 5-9
Epworth League subject continually before the intelligent Northbound.. .... . . . . from feel Catherine street JackmvllU 5-

;_ DENVER, COLO. Air line people of the State, that :---:- .

familiarize themselves GEO. E. HERRING Florida Pass. Agt.
S Q. A. R. Encampment, September, they may ,
with all its beneficial and difficult CLYDE
..FUR.. 206 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla
: VERY LOW ROUND TRIP RATESVIA phases. _ Between Jacksonville and; Sanford
,_. Savannah, Columbia, Richmond, I :::5TOPl'IXG'f r.\L.'l'ICS'l'OH, ST: FRANCIS. HEUKKFOUK:; (Ixl.AM.) ,
c; Intermediate' LuidingMm :hr. .1 Uli NS I P.l\I l.i-: ; '

?t Camden Washington, Southern, Baltimore Pines,,Raleigh Philadelphia -, PORT ORANGE PICKINGS.An Florida East Coast Steamers "City of Jacksonville" and "Fred'k DeBary"t :

and New york............. Railway. uppuilllt"l tit will a.f..llo\\ :: If,uxc- Jn<.\.!;""\ it: ,. -I LJ.\' ,.\.p" X.uur.l.ys.nt :

a Illinois Central R. R. Interesting Budget News From 3:30 p. in. Heturnillglt.'llli&lIfun/ }, daiit'ell'l rtui.d.nMii. *. .:3t.\ a in. \.

TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY: the Hustling Village to the Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept. 7, "5. Read Down -----...JCHEDULIJnikhuiiuiii: -._ _-_-:-_-_--_ _-;::- orlll--.acr Itl'ld l'p: .f

SEABOARD EXPRESSand South. LPa a ;10 In........ ........ ..... ..... ......;..m 1 i- i' M/n ui 4 -
$WTH-B- EAD DOWK. IOaTHo OtIlD-IEAD UP. u\l! 8 4.:', IJ ina ...............1'ulatka.......,........... ............!Mu\f SUJym .t.
CHOICE OF ROUTES. Mrs.. Col. F.V.. Roe and Col.Roe's ,. ; oo u p in ........................... Astor.................................1 i .. ;3 :tU &pin -
4 Two Trains Daily, Atlanta to St. SEAUOARD, MAILModern .9e No.29D STATIONS No. 78'N98 'L 4 ::10 t< am....................... 1.I&tht1s..I j .". CO p uiiVrtsfonl .
; mother and his niece arrived DftUy800p DL1. Dally Dfly I.. ...................... (tVL-in.!) .............. ......I lOll. |pm" -
Louis in connection with W. & A. tttt't last week from Long Island, where -40 ALT .JaelcnvI11&L 7 OOp851p SlOe Arrive 830am............,;;...................Sanford.............,..-..............I 1 ".. '> 'M a Di .
-r U. R. The only Through morning Pullman the Of p 546e ..........._.Su.Jaokeonvulo.L'' 841ft 10.00 a in' ...........................Iturpris> &'........... .................... 10.10am
-: Car Atlanta to St. Louis. they have been spending sum 6 Up63p U U a _St.AuguUno......_ 860 1 10 a .
Sleeping 1131 a ___ll&cUng.5 45) pl 6 49 a PASSE GER AND TICKET OFFICE 122 VEST BAY 5T, JACKSONVILLE. : -
J For full information dates of sale, EquipmentOnly S IlOp43p 11 60 aIt _._East Falatka____ 434 899 GENERAL .. "

S *ratee, tickets and descriptive circulars Lino operating daily through mer.Mr.. Northcutt arrival( from Kentucky I, hUe U p i Ar Lv.PaIattn.._PRi&tk&Q...._......... At8aa 4'lOp600p 6006Ma CDc IRONAIONGER.JK.------.-J n.-. Afcbt.Gm.raAgt.122-- ---- --W-.-tltnj- -' St.; ,-lMJimJleFla--- .J

Address, last week and is busy getting COS .i- -lOOpAr- .. _Saa Mteo....._ 1 IlOp ...... ... W. (1. COOIT.K J I it.. Trt. Ajjt.; C. I'. L0\'KLL, Sui.t 4'' -
from Jacksonvilleto _
F. D. MILLER, Trav. Pass Agt., I sleepers I JWP 8 00 a LT Matso Ar 824 PTofp lOa CD Foot Huftau; St.; fltk*(.rj\'ilit>, Ha.A.C.HAEUTY.Giirt .
\ his house ready for this winter. T&T li-IT-i Lw ..__ _SeogftSmyrna_ I., 5iiii .
.J.t New Orleans. iQ ___ Kot-fn rj n" .Ajtt.. .V\\ York.
S 03 U 47 Dunnelin 3 44 36
; 17 Prior St. ATLANTA GA. p p -- p
H. F. Stewart came down Thursday lOp 11 Up H _ _.Dupont.. .. 3 37 p 639 iI n.Y 1111I1.: I' t:t hH1l1 Ficight Agent/ New \ork. ::
ia Up63p IMp Oruou4_...___ 310 409 % CLYDE & CO. -
p .i1. ,
-p. _ ._ _ _ _ __ H- H, lit. from Seabreeze. IWp --- ._DayoDa 3 OOp 447 THEO. Q. EGER, l t'llt'ruJgl'nta .
04p0SCp 161 PortOrange_ atop 4Gi t Gl'IJ..I'nl ManaptT, 51Ti
Fur lull information and
sltvper iv er Mr. and Mrs. Milburn were visit _915 pASU _.N-.w ,...._...._ aso p 4 16eiop iiii ClII'SI.hrough: ISuiUlir.g, I'J State ?t.. N,.w Yml
ktT. S. H Gove rations call on Seaboard -
any ,
: ors in Daytona last week. pAt Tvial5) p .
WWttWWp IMp :ora4gocflJ.___ U33p 66& --
writeA. 1I
agent, or .. -------

-S ABCHITBCT BUILDER AND CoriucTon.J 0. MacDONXELL, Mr. Robertson took a party up to e jjg j--*00p Lv_.....-6.ng.- ew City Smr.ia.....,,....,..... Lv" iiaop390p 843 4 Oa i p O P UAILWAY.
Residence and office northeast corner of in his launch Thurs- &IuI acipSWp ...o&kIt111.15&p 3 39 aSOOa SOUTHERN
Assistant General \Vasaengur Agent, Daytona new ,
10<9p Ar ...-_ TltUSTlllO............_ 1 IS p
: Ridgewood and yoluaia avenues. S. C. BOYLSTON, .111., Passenger AgnlJACKSONVILLE day of last week. BOO -:_. Ai Sanford Lv NJOJallSu 10 00 a rA .
Fhone 89 Daytooa, Florida FLORIDA. p 0 i L,' .......nt..n.N 8aotort2................... ArL .00abOO o --- ------- -- ------ ---- -
': I Someone stole Kocrt Dullois'wheel r -
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10S9P iLv TItuthLo !a:
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t 1118p" 400p413p -_--_-- =-._.Oncoa.Bockledge....=::::._ .. 11 lip 2 19 ft Two Trains Daily to Washington&NewYork -
Thursday night. UMp .__ ".. 11 HOP 3 16a -J
1 US3p 4 5 ---- Eau 0&We.--_ 1168! a 144ftISift ; "
;' Wm. Allen was in town last week, 11 05 a 4 U __Holbolll' 8..._......_ .. 11 43 a l "\\ aud Florida i Lim Ud"
.. .lit... sc1orkafld FJ'ihExpn'tf] > IJingt\n! ( ;
UClft In" __86ba11t1&n .._._ I1O1a1IUa
NB ; kithSi" his old friends here. 5U .
; "i calling on I >9 e IS t9 __..2s. Luc1 _..__ .. 10 U a lioon ,
icsaaw I __J'Wt' P1C1'OO._.._ 10 15 -- -- !
45pTOdp a Tn
I Dr. DuBois went down to New alSe .. ...-----------Tibea1e.------- 0I t30a21a UMp: -T .- so.-t: i Nt..:III ClII&&s400gft No.IS '
..* $ : e flipTITp N _ .Xden.-. .... 928& naip1118p 3K S lVasdipnto" -1 :'\.Y. w.. 1". i Cincinlllti I HorNs
SS- And Fountain City Wagon Works. Smyrna Friday on business.Mr. Q. 3 sa i .. __ lensoo.. ---__ .. t II UpU04P ) -f andNewYrk_ .!"laJ.x.: LII ..tl.1 i _____ __and ChIca; -::'> Umlid
I Q a108ft T29pTMp II ___...Stuart....._..__ 9 11 a '0 r\-I\"YIOII" -:- .. t ;.:;, ttlp:: J.\'I'':.)'I"a.:; ....,... 43(p
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and Thoa. Bos&mi I .. .
'S. ar- V .Hobe Sound__ 8 42 a8S4a 10 sap Lv 1St.\Uuslll1: : 1 tIII'; 1.HI \ugusllnt! I c ipLv
J The undersigned has opened a Blacksmith Shop on Orange | ; SSTft404a I Up II __.WeAt Jupiter.__ .. 10 10 p JackMI1\iIt! '. t 9 .4'i ; ::'1' Lv Jo"k"'l\lllc 1 4Lp -
I rived last week from .Joliet, III. Q .. __ ., ... ..... : .\r CIiaLtnI.oga.: 1'I'lln 1aAr
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: 8 61 p .Weet Palm BeocL 748 I a720B II p \r'yn"hl.ugLo.>II I 1a hl'
avenue between Ridgewood avenue and the railroadnear the Bond ] | 4 SI ft 9 18p928p .. __Boynton___ I' i 9 18 P tsa New York \\I I l"I t, :tJ CIc&-uuitI. U...... I .4IIp.,
Mr. Tedder was over from Spring .la 441ft8S7ft __._.Dolray.. I' 7 10 a 9 08 p --- -- -- Ar ChhlIgll I 111 I I ... ... 7 .II.
Lumber Co., where the best class of work in this line will be done. ] | 10 Up _--For' Laoderdale' '".__ 8 I 14 a SWp N o.31'w lIrk Ulill (1'lorhlu Fpre "'1 S -- :
Garden last week and sold A. Prevail .... I 66 i 1030p1041p __._...X>aola.....___ .. G 10 a 8 oe P 1.uIIy. : o.TIie; 1'101'/11 Llmll\'ll," 110\ly. :
S Everything new and first-class and the very best i I ..... 8Mft BalUnrtaln ". 58a 7 (Lp] c>> No. :aO-"Tbo Wn"hln..tln and tlurhla No. 1-1: he ).'k.rldILIu1t&d! .." dally.&1100
a team. .24a1iO7p".LenonCIt7........_ 5-4a 729 hus through l'iiIiiniiltejI&ig: ( ar 10AIlauta
S of work guaranteed. Give me a call. -Mr. McGinnes, of New York is CQ .16 i 11 Up Ar ...__.......Miami.UO9IE8TEAU _'_'_'_'" Lv 6 2.1 a 720pDally p LIntted._ _"_Ilal1y_ 5- __ __-_ No.--5-O HlruHu8Iuull._ It'mpb\sauthansa l'U). (
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here having his yacht put in readiness Dally. EXTKSSION ToA.hvll1o audClneinnat1 I Night T ;:..r- j'io.2 ';-
GEO. A FOYE Proprietor. Ex.Sao. Kx. Train ..'I1Itouaiii Auaust" Night
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44 for winter cruise. Ho intends Sun. Lv 1uyuta.. .. ..... t :!I\p _ _ TriiiaLr ;
A Mt AuguIIiiu .... .............. Ii ItJ! ..... -..... h... 4 "
0. WINNINGHAM MANAGER. 800ft1080ft :=. t" ..___...Miami...___ AT1____. 8 1111l)1./ :JOp
returning to New York and comeback __ ___ __ SOp Lv Jackso/1\lIle .. .. ..... .. :;:J) I'% ."'t .\u }u' .1.1.\:: ..... G lOp
HomesteLv g v.
Ar 100 ,
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.................................................... in January with of Ash"\'lllt':\ ....... ..... .........-... .. .. .I.. ...II."I'.P I I."\ Jukbo1Iti1!o'I\'nnnnh 1'...... ..... IAr1thdflu.iti' .o.p"prJlot..rll.
a party Mo. 17 .. .... _..._, ._. .._.:.. s \ri ack"lIlc':::::::.::::::.:. 150
friends. J 19Dally DallyKZ. No. 18 No. 20 No. 21Da111 Lv llInck\.il1e...... .._...._ 2 1a ,
Sam. Son.No. MATPODT BRANCH Sun.Only. Dlly N03-lIullyPullmun I1rnwlnnool11nnJ Ar Aiken... .................... .... i l7a \
Perry Williams has installed an Only Bun. Buffet SICl'piug c"lIr JackSOl1\"IIIt. to l'lnAr Augusta.. ...... .. .... .'- .. II f a ).
cinnnt1 Lhrougb"The Luut!of Lhe Sky." Z----: --- --- -
-. ,, Uncle Sam engine in his new launch. lOOp 1010 a loop 820ft LT _Jark8onrUl._.... Ar 7 45 a7S7a J !Q P 5 SO p __ ___ __________ __ __ -Itl.-.Wu&hlngtOIl: nDd ForIdaUmlteI : t tI
leap i 10 IBlOUa i (08 i p 89B&! Ar --&. Jacksonville_ LTPnblo 21 6 22 p __.. h ," I'UI1I11I1 blt'c'lllng car Jncbolltllle to S SI
PLII A fl TO CALIFORNIA She is a commodious boat be- .' __
very 140i 840pOUp 859ft Beach.- 70a 11 U.114Ja 4 COp JtlkCU and
-- l Bu.lal! lt: 10
RATES 9U1 108$ a 004a ......Atlanttefleach.- 7 UOa 445p.__ I Excelent Dining Car Service I cJ'sl
UILA and the NORTHWEST ing 41 feet 9 inches long, 13 feet 4 lOOp 1110 7 OOp 929 .....--n MaypnrtT 645 a. 1130. 4 SOp _._ : :::1.1 .t

inches wide, with a cabin 30 feet For Sleeping Car Reservations, Maps Folders! and Information


The Nashville ChattanooQa <& St. Louis R'y. through Sunday loaded an excursion with colored train passed people Ctoe Coancctioa Midc at Miami with Steamships of the P. 4 0. S. S. Company For J. LUSK! Dist. Pass. Agt. ,

$44 7nIU SAN: FRANCISCO LOS ANGLES, DENVER, bound for the camp meeting at T i- HAVANA. AND KEY WEST. -10S West.---Bay._ _St_ _ -- -- -- --- Jacksonville, Fla. ; :

PRESCOTT tusville. S. H. Hartlwick, PTM Wal'ol ill; tolJD.t'. \V. ". Ta>loe, l l..WahpgtoHD.C
Brooks ..Jlorganll.'.\. Atl..wt.\.lu.
Saturday night, Geo. W. LeIman, Thaoo Time Tables show the times at which traloa may be expected to arrive at and depart 1
'-. HELENA BUTTE, ANACONDA MISSOULA from UM several stations but their arrival or departure at the tlmea aUted la not guar&nteed -- --- -
.-- $49,90 9 0 and our postmaster for many years, both this Company to be bold responsible tot any delays or any coneequoncw arising iherelrom

INTERMEDIATE. passed away. He had been ill for a If you are going to NEW YORKBOSTON ANDTHE EAST 1

J $55 I I inDixie l>PORTLAND SEATTLE, TOCOMA VANCOU. long time. His sister, Mrs. lloelker For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information 'TAKE 1'111:';, ,

: .I VER and points in BRITISH COLUMBIA. was with him at the last. Mr. lloel "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

ker arrived from New York, Tues- .
J. 0. RAHNER Asst. Qcn'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
day in time for the funeral whichwas
is via Tifton, Macon, Atknta -
Route at 3 p. m. He was laid) to rest 'j
Chattanooga Nashville
Flyer ,
and St. Louis. in Port Orange cemetery, as had HEALTH AND VITALITY 'ji i'jj

been his wish. Rev. J. L. Patillo j

conducted the funeral service. The 0 T:.IIiISI !
TICKETS ON SALE SEPT. 15 The great iron and tonic pill and restorative for men and women,produces
TO OCT. 31. INCLUSIVE. pall bearers were Captain C. Foz- I strength and vitality builds up tho system aud renews the normal rigor, .
zard bringing health and happiness. UOdosesn a box. For sale byall druggists
W. Johnson: Chas. Milburn, ItTrD or w o will mail it,securely wrapped on receipt of price,$1.OO per box Ocean StoamsHip CompanyI -
; :E. J. WALKER A. rdeman, T. M. Bangs and U I 1.11 USIIS. 0 boxes for $5.OO. Dr. Mott's Chemical Co., Cleveland, r"-*,,- 1
Hold la Daytona by Lee Kusgell
;.: Florida Passenger Agent, Gus. Johnson. lIe will bel very r. ;

Jacksonville much missed. I
Mr.[ and Mrs. Rikeman arrived The Dredge "KLONDIKE"MELTON

from New York, Sunday evening, to
visit their uncle & 'AMEUOX, I'ropiletor j
: A. J. Hicks. .,

. . . . . . Mrs. Hardeman has rented the Dredging, done in the Halifax, Tomola anti all rut-re up und down l\n\ > Kust I'oas !
Terms Reasonable" and satisfaction liutiranUtd.Addrenti .
If You Love Your Wife large house from Mrs. Wiese which the proprietors, Day tona.FIa.Daytona 1

i she had thoroughly renovated this 5 -: : S

summer. Now Mrs. Hardeman is S

; DON'T ROAST HER prepared to acoomodate ladies and . . .O. ..

.. ; By compelling her to bake the family bread, but buy it from the j i gentlemen with first class board and 4 Ice Company -- -:- 5 1
lodging 5
having more than doubled -- -- -5 -- --- S 5I 't

k DAYTONA BAKERY the capacity of the Hardeman House. : PURE ICE I I MtoPopular and rromSaxanimhtoNtvvork Fiiicst ('oast t\\i I l'hU.: ; .' 1- .1 l'h M 0\.1.,1.;':' tIt\ '\\td:\tIa11t3' frlda1: :'

,i 81 -
!1 I hut
lIlt -
Made from Distilled Water. SAILINGS I'i(tlU SuvaMiah to I Poston idimt) !tlIlt.ll1J j
It's of time work I MOTT'S :
: a saving and money. Fresh Bread delivered I PEHHYROYAL PHIS 0 Nllltl'lll i wnrktt '
Factory corner Railroad and Volusia tl.> tJI'II.t-11i 8Ud |
avenue. \ with all the 'tIicckthat\ .
Daily to.all parts of the city. Also Cakes Pies and every : s..,. .nd ...l.I.. '", tty . . . . afford.Tables Ticketri hupiilicd sold and I'.aggage tl-u,lid through to anv i'oiut r.1I"t. -

other production of the modern, update bake shop. : overcome. WJU\OM,Incra Allk for copy "GREEN FOLDER-" dtittet '
vifor.bnlh 1IlhOI!
No .eme4" equals pliu.DR. For rate offare. rm-rvatiou. of htattrocm.etc." .. aj'j>b to r.nnM S ...',

QUIGG & MILLER Props VoluslaAveauc t MOTTS PENNYROYAL PILLS Your orders iu this office for Quick work. agent, orad Near Depot. : j Sold by Druggist< and Dr.Motu D W. 11. lLKMKXlS.Tiimlii.tr 1'uRt. aj Hull W.. Sa\ Ull11'1! .P.Att.
Chemical Co..Cleveland,Ohio. o '
; 14op. We do the W. II. 1'LEASANTS, Vice I'u-s. and Uwi'l MBr./ .1. HOlllUN.
MNN For sale by Lee Russell rest l'iH 33. X( 1th 1"l'f. Xt\\ YOlk.



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