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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: December 2, 1905
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Fol. 17, 1 o. 27 worn Everywhere. Reaches All CUttu. Daytona, Florida, Saturday, December 2, 1905. Bert AdvertUlng Medium la parsons end Vicinity, Price 5 Cents*

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R FRENZIED FICTION. r COMFORT CORDIALITY CUISINE ;:
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Opposite Daytona of Interestto i THE GABLES

FANNY FORTESQUE, fatherless, friendless. Fair face. Faultless features. Our Readers.
to Paint 6 ur2.Fanny's :> NOW ,OPEN.
"T B, IX WootLu-J and wife, of Lawrence.
follower*-I'rtd Htzhugh, Frank Fuller. Kansas, are guests of The Breakers i S. H. MOS LEY. Proprietor.Situated .

The man who 'lays that, 'for gets that Pitatiftfproperly t Fred Fitzhugh,-fan.ous financier{ fashionable fop, frightful flirt.* Fred's face- Mr. Woodard has spent several season 'on Yolusia avenue, Rates .
on Application.
r,; done is economy and the fact ii n. can't flabby. Fred's form-fat. ] here and will be recalled as one of the !: the Halifax River. .
aSord NOT to paint, near Table board specialty. ,
: How often Frank >r-Cu.t foreman, fir 't.rate fellow, faithful friend..} Frank's face- popular guests of the Colonnades and *
'1 you require to paint is !Urgcljr dcp a4- toy : : ELECTRIC LItiHTS, BATHS AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS
Clarendon- taken the
the have ;
s cot upon the paint you mac.S fine. Frank's form-foimidable. They 1
Xavajo cottage for \\inter'and; wil
THE Fred Fitzhugh followed Fanny. t" : STANLEY HOUSE run in connection as a rooming house
t no doubt prove a pleasant acquisition
Frank Fuller follmutl l Fanny. ., -- to the Seabreeze social set. **************************************************** ; .
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i SHERWINWiLUAmPAINTS Fanny favored Fred. Dr. and Mrs. S. E. Sully of Colorad.

38* Fred's fabulous fortune fa.si-inatwl Fanny. .Springs are also registered at the Breakers. . . . . .
Dr. Solly is a prominent physician .
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Frank's frugal fare frightenFanny.. e ,
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of that place and an old friend of Mr
Fred flattered, foolish, fatherless.. friendless Fanny.
and Mrs. J. B. Crocker, all of which .
Outlast others. They are the most economical paints: you can use, because 0
they cover most and weir: longest. Add to this their good appearance and Fanny faltered. makes their stay at the Breakers pleasure -
-.. ? you have perfect paints-The Sherwin-Williams Paints. Finally, Fanny fell. all around.C. .

-tit i They are made for many different kinds of painting. Whatever it it ., H. K nappe is in fine health sine : WhenYonWish :
you want to paint-a house, or anything in or out of the houx-we make the }lat. his return. He was three weeks in the
right paint for that particular purpose-not one slap-dash mixture for all. White Mountains bear-hunting, one .
Fine furniture. .
SOLD BY about the same length of time hunting
Fancy fixings. ;. deer and moose iu Penobscot County, 0

For Fanny frill', furbelows, fashionable flounces, feather;, flowers; fallal, Maine, He killed five deer. The antlers .

:3 THE BINGHAM & MALEY CO. frippery. :T of, them are being handsome! to start life on your own hook, just .

Frivolity. mounted, and will be' shipped to him .

(I Incorporated) Feasts. here later.C. back your cart up [to our store and :
A. Creighthn, wife and little Dorothy -
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Fanny's few friendsC(?)-fieth, flashy" fellows. fast:: females. Monday afternoon, and were warmly we will load it with the necessaries .

welcomed by their friends. Mr. Creigh-i

SPEAKING CONfIDENTIALLY Fred faithless, fled, forsaking:: Fanny. ton reports a gain of some ten or fifteen : for kitchen and dining room a .:

Fiend! pounds in weight while away. They
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where they have been visiting relativesfor
We don't hesitate to Frank found Fanny. 0
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Frank faithful ftllow, foiguvv' Fanny, forgetting foiiner faults, ; ; Mr. and Mrs. Carswell, who were here .
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say that ollr"Bostonian" Fanny Fuller. last w inter, guests of the Clarendon, arrived Mason & Wall

here from Philadelphia Wednes Company, .

; $3.50 Shoes Fr..uk Fuller found Fred Htzhugh. ,'-*Iff.. V -. day.Two 0 i
large Clarendon busses, which
Frank fought Fu-d. \v.11. Edmondson, Mgr. 119 N. Beach St.
in fine t.
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ire being repainted put ,
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our Fred fell.Fred's :shape: will be run with four horses this 4 ,. .
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; James Means $2.50 Feud tini-ltrd. The Colonnades will open tomorrow. 0
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Mr. and Mrs. Webber of iPittifield, . . . . .

and $3.00. Shoes Frank, Fanujfelicity.. Mass., are already booked, apd there are
Frui I fulness.Family. several other families tfCgth the same
place only waiting for tlY hotel grooveto

't: are the BEST! .Men'a :Shoe; at the price that m'ye ever put on our Five! The Alliterator. become a little set before they leave
home with the Colonnades as an objective -, OLLARS
< sh lvi+ !i1. point.

Y They sue male to plrasc the ee-lint service and fitting REGULAR COUNCIL MEE1ING.1The I NEW AUTO LINE SCHEDULED. All the Colonnades helpers, from the I i o AT OUR STORE ".j

qualities: lia\e, as usual been niiefnlly considered.. I II I'hef and headwaiter up and down the
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i line have arrived Jacob Ciiulich, thepioprietor UUTY
All the latest Irullierc ami 1 newest in !both lines. r
paiteins in December
:! Fire Ordinance Again Claims: the '[he Motor Transit Company Will will return early -
the family will not come until later 1.
Attention of Council. Other I in- i Operate Cars in Daytona DurIng .
The Globe in the season. -
portant Matters Uiscussed.I'1 ; the\Ylntee.-, I The color scheme of the lobby and WE CARRY A FULL AND -c 1

The ngnl.tr/ muting nf the City F. I'. Buffum, of Westerly: R. I., is sun parlor of the Colonnades is a' aradejf ,. '\II i.
116 South Beach Street. rl'stfullllld pleasing to the
(\iiimil MondayVHIJIIK; ('uu lIIl11'tl the manager of a new company which wt''n't'r : COMPLETE LINE OF THE
.. -trrwhile the handsome, fiieulace -
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four hour i, most ,t. gives the lobby and parlor aeheer-
|)(-nthdunlhepoletstdlire limit ordinance. The Motor Transit (01ll1':1IIY.
ful and homelike appearance that appeals ..
The Company will operate touringcarsutinu.tor
i Necessary as the Keystone It will be remcmhen-d hat a Miitil.tr : I I.IIM-S for hire duringthe directly to the home-loving inlinets FINEST GROCERIES.

} \! '' to the arch is gotxl plumbing; to sanitation i- ordinance was pued Mime time ago; but winttr\ season. Five touring; cars :; of tourists. : ;
is here
i M. K. Knowlton of
Smith Leeatie of and liiis will 1,1' plated in ..eration Chicago
was vetoeil by .Mayor : one (
? a and l 1 perfect health in the home. after the his
\ looking repairs on pro- 1
yr ft I't'UUI\traul'f' presented by probityowneis { next: week and more :added later if business : -
-- 1 Hun no risks by getting inferior apparatus on North heat ttieet. i demands. pt'rly, formerly known as Post's business FISHING TACKLE OF ALL KINDS.

1 \ and bungling\ : indifferent or care The new ordinance has been alton-d\ I liming the summer season Mr. Buf- bltn! k. The drug store is receiving J

: l y ; .ft'1 tP '- Irs! work Iirtutihe\ i it's a bit cheaper.We $':.anew hit and Monday ht was taken I fum conduits the Weekafang Inn, at rpeual attention. .

fit. t-'b'-; al T .hargo fairly for materials and up section l Iy section and dixv:;I'11.1 \\'....l.nflLlIg, 15. I. Miss Delores (Harding arrived home 1
"'. r t I There was little or no I'pp.-iti..n| and it I ion Washington, D. C., Friday even I E. T. CONRAD & CO. THE GROCERS.
S c uork; lienuiMO wti're m>t satisfied to put 1 1'f I II I hg. She has: been visiting with rela- ,
was paA.etl 1 on l\rt\ reading.
4 I in anything but the best. Better our auditedand I lm-n in the Capitol l City, and KayscrV. ,
I The <-u.il budget of billva;
2 hill than a larger one from doctor andJ ordered u: paid. SUDDEN DEATH OF MRS. LU WIG i \ \'a., for the past five months, and ._. .. . . J
friends are rejoiced to have her
(I1 uht.b Mayor Smith made a number of recommendations. 8 many
?? Many of them were i! with them again. 1
Mrs. Helen Wilmans Post and Ada W. j
J' J* D. Carmichael very outcome timely of and"kuW mt of regi-teml them WHO at the his I The End Came Early ne.d.Y Powers have arrived from 1.011nglIes.. : ,1 t!

Morning-Remains Shipped to both with Los :
Phone No. 64, DAYTONA FLA. .ttie't' They are highly pleased
Cleveland Ohio. Angeles and the liberal opportunity-it .San Mateo
I IThf' Cigars. 1 ;
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offers in the literary field, and tu!Ji.elre
M' 1J. ,................................................ Opera House, Wednesday EveningA. mmfl'if'lHl, of Mrs. Isabella gret of their many friends here a'*more

W. Wyndham, with the ImpelialKineteecope Ludwig will 1 be grieved to learn of the I than likely to make it their future home. j, ij


I J. I Curiosity is Not Always a Sin I I.fl I IF the the ltussiam Opera-Japanee House illustrating on war 11'eelnetidayeven-the, will scenes appearat of her after sudden home..neo'death(Wednesday..lock.Mr of.this estimable morning,lady shortly and at rived\\ Mrs.home visit Sidney with last Haigh friends week and in after Mandarin children a thre'l't"ks' ar-, ,I : Have MadeA : t I

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F ing, Dee 6th. Mr. WYlldhampl.nt :? Ludwig was 54 years age Miss M. A. Brown, first assistant of I
of her death
the was gatro-cuter-
cause
. t.f the world, gatli- the Daytona High School, invited theteachers
in a \tour
i It will pay you to investigate : cling many these years pietuiesand the ptt C I1UUll't'pwmies iti;;. She was in excellent health until of Seabreeze to meet with the I Iteachers Reputation of ,

to be.11 worth the admission the day pieiou.s to her demise and herdeparture of the Daytona public school j I _

: i the prices and quality of our i price: :Manager this booking.Oslxirne is fortunate in from.. this life came altogetherunexpected. I Saturday on Ridgewood.evening at her The hospitable following Illume j I

seeming
i Xo lady in Daytona was better known teachers were present: Professor\Vright,
GROCERIES or .llt.t..r! liked than Mrs. Ludwig. principal of the Daytona !school Misses Their Own. i
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Her fiiends were counted. by the hundreds Holland andNorthrup I
May Locate Office Here. Apthorp, Haeiker, Stone.
considerable : and now that this blow has befallen Professor Rush, Misses Burg- I $
F : We can save you Dr. H. K. Dubob, of Purt Orange, I II. Liuhsig i ththushandof ;
George ''lUl.n of the Svabreezesthool. I
e pent Wednesday in the city and returned the deceased, together with her son; and Halliday The success o the San Mateo Cigar is one of J

r : $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ i to his home in the afternoon. and daughter, they have the kindest !i pissed. in The conversation evening and was the pleasantly rehearsal I i j; the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast .i!
Tie doctor has an extensive\ practice: Mr.
of the entire community.
I sympathy of some of the funny incidents coming j i iI since the freeze -: :
i here' and is thinking seriously of opening Ludwig was lure at the time of his: I t !
within their piofessional" l' peril'lH'e'l} h :
an office in this city. lli> many friend i wife's lI"lthl lte" their son Charles WitS
CARROLL Refreshments were served befoie the I Made from the choicest of tobacco that the : :
"\ growths penin
i S here \\uultllike to have him as a permanent I away from the city, lu-ing( a student in

i ', .. resident.DECIDED i Sl.buJl"lIinr"ity, DeLand. Their party Mr. dispert-e-d.and Mrs. T. F. Williams returned I, sula of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce, and wrap-

Grocer. : daughter was not here at the time. from' Tampa last Saturday. Thtl rE'-1 j ped with the rich silky lea grown on East Coast plantations ,

i The North Beach st MADE. The funeral was held yesterday morning port I the Fair a great buecessand, aj I the cigar industry of the world has never produced: better goods. "

IMPROVEMENT at nine o'tk.ck, from the family residence credit to "Miss Florida," her soil, her)
4 I:: '1 eler.hone No. 19. :. Rev. Byron F. Marsh and UPI \'. rivers, her sea, and the thrift and enteipiLse For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union 1

...........!.......................................r New Lock Boxes Installed at Daytona's I C. M. Bingham officiating. The remains Cleveland of her people.Mr. News Company on every train entering Florida. 1
\wr.hiJlpt'd in the afternoon to -
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1 had a fine fish: dinner. They went ;

Bond Lumber Company Ninety-six new husk iHixe of handsome I JtuhlidllHlll were many and S been exquisite.The closed. fur i in the! "Waton." FOR SALE BY ALL DE LERS. j I

pattern the mo\ing of the money two days, out of respect: to the deceased.Mr. Manufactured by 1
MANUFACTURERS OF order window, and the squaring t.f thegeneral Ludwig is one of the trustees of this New Freight Warehouse Complete.The r

delivery department, makesIaytona's ; I institution. new freight warehouse of the S. W. ROWLEY.SAM MATKO. Y'r
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ROUGH AND DRESSED .... ..- look somewhat
LUMBER pustuttiee: '
East Is
-r Florida Coast Railway complete
PINE AND CYPRESS more metropolitan.\ I New Express Agent. and the large business in the freight linewhich , I . , *, ,
For several days past: thee improvements -
the road is being
now
4 Lath hingles, :Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime have been in progress and the I H. B. Neel, formerly of the Jacksonville : transacted from the enjoys new quarter. The
Yards East Cots exceedingly noticeable !l.lldglldly office of the :Southern: Express I -
fflce and are
changes
I < and C t.n LJIOCli. iuii ,.ay"and'o"rauge Avenue building is built in a durable manner, H. T. McCLELLAN
em en ,
; hailed by every one. The new Company has arrive here to succeed I ,
and the windows are encased with a
)1ILLd-hondM111.ttlanttcoast Line Hr., 100 miles south of Jacksonville. boxes installed are of pretty pattern and W. (}. Williamson as agent for the jOm-1 heavy galvanized netting. The dimensions I ORNAMENTAL WOOD WORKER.Window .
' Kalamazoo,on Sanford Branch of the .'. E.0. Ry. O-s the postmaster has: many inquiiies; pany. Isis .Neel i s a 'young
a I I of the structure are 190x40 feet. and Door\ Pram, kind or tjk. Window and Door Screen. ,
; Phone 83 R. J. MALBY, Manager. for boxes they will be: imm'di:1h'lytahu pleasant personality and kL, usinessability I The office is exceptionally roomy and allY
I will make him an ideijJ man for Mantels! Cabinet work, Etc. Colonial Columns, Porch Columns, Newel. and Balustrades .
advantage '
up. force work to more -
the .
can now
'N111N111/111111NIN111.0111111NN/111NN1NN11/ Postmaster JcUey thinks that in the the responsible: :: place. Hu' family is I than ever before. for stair or porch work Brackets, Scroll Sawing, $!te. 'It

course! of a few month, the postal sets also with him and for the present they New Machines and SKilled Help. r:
H\7 IH'HOUiTERER and vise will allow !still further improve have aecomodations at the Troy House.
L. DKALiliY MANUFACTURER: HIGH GRADE nts. Teams for the past several days have Am fixnl for liu.iineHN. Will call for jour order. I
m been busy hauling shell to the yard surrounding -
Moss and Fiber Mattresses Smith & Thomas have rented the Win. Among the Jacksonville traveling the railway station. The shell Shop on North Kidgewood, Kingston, phone 123. }

Beak in Second !laud Furniture. mud Stole to Mrs. salesmen arriving here Wednesday night I is being used to fill in the holes and de
Your Old Furniture Made, as Good asNewDejtona.Ili Dyne cottage on First venue Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Cuba. were Geo. B. A&hcraft and C.D.Trowell. pressions. i
Be&h Bt: and Balleiizwdve. L H. A. Nix, of Havana,

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THE DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS 1 Additional Local News. tLaunch for sale E. .1. Mills.J. Ladies baths at the electric light I T. E. FITZGERALD ----------.S Notkf. _- -f

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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Notice:-You can get dry pine R. Ellison, a well known citizen of plant. ATTORNEY AT LAW The annual meeting tbeatAJclhoJ&?"not ''<

T. E. and oak wood at 113 North Beach Ponce Park spent Tuesday in the city. Mrs. C. B. Patterson, of St. Augustineis DAYTONA, FLORIDA. the Bd, Knox 4; Beed Co..!rUt !{:
FITZGERALD Editor
held at '
\ Str Jt. Phone 37. 21-Gm- Baked; Leans at Cramling Bakery spending: a few days in Daytona withfriends. Associated with. "Jloundgrove, ButarrY o -
Co. Fla.
'" LANDIS & FISH on Moudaj Dec 4tb,1g95ttt _
C.y.BUQHAX,JB...Pr sldent J. D.O. MOB BIS, Vice president E. H. Rice of Tit.'isville has arrived in today.J. 'I Deland, Florida 8 o'clock a. m. L. B bl, -

T. E. FITZGERALD Secretary and Treasurer the city to accept the position of assistant : H. Leek.and L. J. Cuff have rented -Look at Clark's jewelry windowfor I Special facilities for examining land titles President :k

,- THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY haggage agent at the: station. Mr. i the Ellen wood flat over the Journal office something new this fall-just Office in Atwood block Phone 121.

( INCORPORATED ) Rice i is a brother-in-law W. F. Jibb. 1 from Smith &: Thomas. i imported. fiYrYYYYsYYIh rWr"r"YrYYirrf$YirlfiiirYr .. il'ltJJ.j .AGE\TS-A story book iimstm l J ::

If its in the drug line you can Handsome Silver Photo Framesat Benjamin Pacetti has returned to the with negro children at play. 1$ t fast. i

Entered at the Postofiire at Daytona; : ', Florida as Sri'.al'l Class Alattvr.Subscription safely count on finding it attlankins' ('lark'N.A. city from a visit of several. days to rela- i THE RIVERSIDE I IE day seller outfit; all buy lOc it., particulars Agents make free.$10 Answer |*t ',- ..

Y 'r. The Druggist. J. Phillips, a prominent citizen of tivP in St. Augustine. : mks E.C.SARTWKLL.; rUu
i > 1./111'er Year in Advamf.SATURDAY Tom Wilson and John Juniper, two Fernandina was among/: the out of town Gco. H. Clark has! brought on an :I.; .: !; Atlanta, Georgia. dei-2-k'-: :
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Seminole Indians hailing from "Ft. Litud- \Wtors; ; here this week.fDr assortment nf good pressed glassware 9 -

DLCUMULk 2, IVU5 .rdalc..I'ts..I.lllhruuh! Daytona on the J. II. Pierson Dentist, Peek for table use. ti: Rooms from $3.<))0 Upward | Isaac A.f Uwart Kjiford gjfSTEWART ;1
entry train Wednesday cnroute to Jacksonville fc & BLY -1
; Itlock.oppoKitpSoiith Uridg 'I'hone Plenty of singing: /:, dancing and musical | Electric Lights. Baths and ,
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I} CHILD RUN OVER AND MAY DIE. FIRST KEHI .0 Ur SB.SO' I i.108-2 I r. Rpsitlonro :ii-3!) : r. 1 novelties will be found this wason in 5 Other Modern Improvements LAWYERS, 1- -
:!Dainty rakes for dainty roaches Office in Bank Building
:; "A Breezy Time." At Opera House, DELAWpIp11 .
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1 lat the (Orainling: Bakery :i >pcctor Lake Jones of I1.>c>. 9.0Mrs.. Branch office over Poatoffice. DAYTOS4,, ."t,
Herbert, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Erne. I l ?; lm-no .':Iulo \\ ill 0... M the Year's : Jackxiiiville; in the city eatly in the | 413 North Beach Street fNeville >i
j Mrs. I;. F. Abbott) and daughter, Mrs. i iIe. I II week on otlicial business.'What ) Millar's Hair Par- The '
Dressing ;: Daytona
Mills, the Victim of an Awful Accident Work \\ itli an Interesting :I, .A. Robert, arrived here Monday( from Institute,
Forenoon. I I their home at Covington, Ky. They are I!': is Lily Water? Call at ors are now open to the ladies at I ml.wlmm 1e-mm, .WHNwmN, \\43 Palmetto Avenue

Friday Program.The again occupying their pretty home on I the (-lectrie light plant 122 South Beach street. Appointments .N--.....--..-...-......-....---....------......-.........--...-..-.......N. Miss Eva May Stewart, Ph. B. Princfpal.: ( ''
Herbert Mills, six year ..1,11<>M of Mr. Palmetto Club will hold its first I N Instruction In
Beach street. i 1 made' at home. tf : Elementary and High.,
and Mrs Eariuft Mill* w lying; : nt his met ting of the season next Thursday at J. \Wilkinson has: rented the John your H. Clark Brancbes. Children! of tourist m&y COR- 7=
!. tlnue studies
j begun at dome
'.! ante in a critical slate as the result .>f 1 I their rooms on Orange avenue. I I I expect to he in Daytona lion- Maley hoii.Mnn South Ueach street toCtr.rke In Mayor's Court early in the week :

injuries received 'Friday morning almut I The program for the day is as follows: day with another car of fine milch I i i : A. Weaver of Urbana, Ohio.I four offenders were brought up forintox- : .J

!.r ten oVItK-k when the little fellow was Greetings....................... .The President. '\ cows. I Old-L IShioned pound rake at the ication. F.'wh'I'rt' assessed five: dollars I OPTICIAN. I f Attention
t run into and knocked: down by Philip }Iu i ic.i I I u Tourists
> and the costs of the court.
W. H. FREEUVN R lIrh. Qramling Bakery.T. .
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-. Spencer, a driver for the Randall Liv.5 Glimpse: of 1'elnee..Clara W. Kaynor. U !
t'rylIt'ur the;ire cream parlor i>f Mr.( Mills Music i Quite a number of the help for The. L. lloucll, of Xe\v Smyrna, former tAll manner of eye defects carefully Ii Iin :.

t on Beach street. leading..............................Ida M. Male q Austin arrived on Tumlay t'\'ruing'1.; '1t igeut for the Florida Eatrt !'oast" Hail- corrected, examinations madey i. I.n I. and all lovers of Fine Cigars. You

,1 The Attending physicians, Doctors- Portugese Love Sonnets. train. They are now busily cngageif Wt lit New ;Smyrna, spent Thursday latest scientific methods without ii. II will find the largest assortment.,
wood and Walton cannot tell at the Social Hour. getting the hostelry in readiness which
finest and
i I the use of drugs l j II| Eyes Examined Free. variety best quality
present time whether the injuries will The this i is officered will for the of I !
Y'M society year a* open reception gu?<:ts in a IIave
tried the u of
prove fatal or not and it will l he at least follows: few days.fWAnted. I you Oramliiig NEVILLE H. CIARF ii 11

{ a day or two before they can sjwak PresidentClara Webster Kaynor; first baked beans and Boston brown Eyesight Specialist,, U At Clark's Jewelry (Store. II

;L "more definitely on the rae vice-president,' M. De Cantillion Still-! -Compliant girl for 11I'f'ltI If not try them at once. "A Breezy Time" i is not .l.'..---.*.!.................-...........................>............*.....::::::'I CIGARS AT THE CITY HOTEL -s -
Xo more than one or two people( saw man; second vice-president, Elizabeth} candy counter. .1. A Shanks X. :Ll: !l N. BeachIreetI) a one man '--

the uwull\'C' I\'nt.\ but 0. II. 11'e.beer, Wilder lIou .ton; recording; secretary, show, by any means, but the cast i Is +rr...,tt,....r+trr.+rrrrr+rrr rrtf Sixteen different brands of of strictly
lumcliCllru new job press,direct from J. H. Hani- made up of a whole load of funny (',.m- # o
of llniilrick'x; and ti. H.
whopicked
an employe store, Emma H. Jefferson; (ILi'Urergnffi 1 1.I Uu-hmore two first-class s
= tllI.liulf> fellow up Irt.rthf'affnirin i Sutnonrurrespoudmg; secretary, DoraE. he foundry, arrivetl l Wedner-day worn'lof JII'k: '''II'iIll''t'r) traveling sah':- nvdians and pretty girls, whose festive :i COTTAGES E FOR RENT. 5 goods.

; of this ng': and has Wen installed in the job tie- ; bt jollity make you forget you have any OEO. H. MATTHEWS
speaking to representative Maley; financial secretary, Ida L.Xiver rots vi f'I' s lidtlIj; > irlt'in Daytonaearly J One six-room house Proprietor
related the jartment of TheGazette-XewsCompaiiy. in week.B troubles. At Opera House, Dec. 9.A 4 ,
fir paper following story. ; auditor, May( E. Thompson. the M
The new machine is of the latest J with bathroom furnished -
"Before the little fellow knocked patternand *
5 was ,
First pub.Nov. K last pub.
;
We'tinfehonse with flir1't Jan.13)Notice )
down he had gotten out of his father's will enable the concern to execute : li: !. B K.k-* at Clark's I. from the engine to Creditors.

wagon and was runningurruvi the street.Vhether its orders in a more artistic manner than :,;c Memoinii'lnm Ledgers, Ht''Ol'IIs'alll connected dynamo, 250 lights, *
Will Test the Ordinance. Also four-roomed Notice is hereby given that creditors,
before.JDr. 2 leg
\ the horse's feet or the shaft of ever Hotel)[ 1 Ipcyi"tf'r"! ,, sale. AlonzoWhite, garage: Pal one atees, distributees and all persons naviug.
the struck him I I'uuldllot U. T. McFadden arrested last to te.I furnished claims or demands against the cattle of tlio
was
: carriage wry ( Jones is near nay cottage, or. late Ht.ury P. Hand are required to preseut
prepared to
? well say. The driver told me that he Saturday for the allt'gE'd'ivluti"u of the givotreatment I K, M. llolman has purchased! an # the same to the und :r lgDed within two

t # saw the !Joy and that he made uitempt at- ordinance requiring; persons! selling with his hot air apparatus eiulnh; ; foot 1\.1111I the north side of Fait The firm of Qui g & Miller, who for J uufurnsihed. jj ever years barred.from the Also dale,all hereof persons, or remain indebted for.to

to stop the carriage, but it was sh 11s, curios, jewelry and other merehandle or hot air and vapor baths. Hut t view ..truer from John F. Stewartthrca I several months have conduced the i Both Newass. the estate are requested LIDII to pay H the Hull!acme

too .ll1t('. The injuries are a severe ruin t on the water front to pay a on awount of delay in freight has : !i Smith A- Thomas.To.et Da'tonllbkfry. has dissolved partner : W. M, HHAFFXKB iecatrU.; .
the head, also on the nose, and theright iiI (np of $250. Mr. McFadden contends ship Mr. Quigg; continuing the businPe THOMAS WETHER ELL' Attorney.
II'g,1 wndrratuudisbadly bruL /.d' not rweix'&l 1 the electric cabinet 01 !: preparations-we Mr. *
Miller will
go to Jacksonville, where
that the ordinance is unconstitutional Holly Hill Fla.
,
.S The buy when (picked up was in in an vibrator.The them. ll nkins The he will attend the Massey: Business' College. 1 lI. l- .* Notice of Application for FlxalDischarga.
t unconscious condition, but after the and, it is understood I will the Druggist.
; carry ..f" " .......
physicians wUI'kftlon him he regain mutter to a higher ,court. The casecame ; new llendricks building the I .
part of his PIIM, but still remain, in a ; (?. r, Work a from Cleveland.
man
before young
up Mayor Smith last corner of Magnolia avenue and Bead Poll line of the National Hiscuit E. L. STEWART M. D. Notice is hereby given that six months
stupor. but Ohio i is a H-ccnt acquisition to after date, to wit on the ltd! day of
March.
r the of Mr Mc-
,
the friends of Mr, and Mrs; Milldeeply Saturday at request street i is going ahead rapidly now that C'o.'ft goods at the Orainling Ifaker Physician and Surgeon JWG, or as soon thereafter: as I can be beard,
= sympatize with them in this :'1111 1 FiAlen was ('Ontilllffilntil such time the necessary iron material has arrived our v inter population lie expects topcm Y 1 will maltmy final returns eiecutor Of
Special! attention to Diseases of the the Last .
Will and Testament! of
'affair. > : the of theseason Henry
rrl'ltHInt
ae his attorneys can be present. Mr. Hendncks has given up all hope, hi re. \ The new Shanks building in which the EYE, EAR, THROAT and NOSE Keetn Volusla, deceased County ,Florida to the County and ask Judge that the o(

--- however having;the building complete office of The Daily News was removedthis Office ni.ti p-aldence; Palmetto avenue same be allowed and approved and that a '

...N1/11111111111111/1111...................I ......... for this season, but it will be ready fur 'J Pi ran trees for sale, :2 and 3 week is now receiving the finishing First d .or north of C.klbiillcCnurcn. final Ulxeharge, be U granted! M BINGHiM.Jr me as such tlecutor .

1 oupanI'Yarl)' in the spring. Thtt.c.! old 11111flf touches at the hands of the carpentersand "It-Vlt't/lt' :"\01 ,ept, :i, lt\! ). Kiecutor
Frntoher
\i.ir egg, the .,
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ond floor will l>e used as an apartmen t mechanics. The lower floor hen
w
.
} house, while the first floor wit{ be uiC'l.1 list f'f I! ivort'd ol the large nuts. Pa'- finished will l>e used by J. \. Shanks & C. C. BOHANNON, (First pub. Itec i; last pub. Dec.9))

:,,' i Edw. G. HarrisPHOTOGRAPHER : to house :Mr. Hendricks' %,r good". sos all spc.ken Gn'. X'I-* }Jaud Am for their confectionary estftil riiysiciau and Surgeon. Notice of Dissolution.
stV
s Texas Prolific lPn.l.next. fall. ment. The rear of the upstairs urtivl1i.
,, 0 4 Ottkr over I the Atwood i'hariiiaoy.: Btathstrwt Notice is hereby given to whom It may t
: ; novLVmt: ? K. N. WM.I.ROV. i i.< Used as the composing roo /, of thpaper i, 1''I..x.\, Fl.ohnA., concern that the partnership heretofore '
'' hung beUeeu A. H.Miller ana H. E.Qulgg.uuiier .
: while the offices in the rot
S. : For Rent. part '1't'It'llitllll' Xu. 74. the nrm name and style of Qulgg A
Poi: tern a e at work brighlcning the of the building will be fittetlgtip as the) o I Miller,la! thin day dissolved by mutual consent .
t TV large room in thetlantic inter!* rof the .Vcrchants: Hank. Now the said H. K. Qulgt continuing the
law offices: for the firm of ?Fitzger:: business and assuming all liabilities, and

., 2: Peck Block ,'Phone 91 : Block"recently occupied by tai e I that the minter :'t:'OII approaching aId and I.andis A Fi>h.tThree J, E Rawlings, M. D. likewise collecting all outstanding H. F..Qr1ca bill.

s Palmetto Club the four. of llii-i mtm,hon i is kept busy A. K. MlLLEX
Suitable for lar
eoffi'l" \\ithihi 1 acu.uiits. The bu furnished! rooms for light Daytona, .Florida Ibis Kth: day of .No,.
inc.\s
0 ofDayt
-S > Office Oille's ember A. II. 1-K6.
over Drug Store
Inminesa
light sexSetv.Bingham .
or <>tit's bitikin<; institution has:: hOl\s\ -kl'f>ping on Smith Hidgeuood.Address l.
.111.1......... ...............4..4................. & Thompson. greatly: incr. axd of late. !' Box 1. 2kt, :3t ...
'Pll IUN() I l': 30. (Kirtt pub. Uee 2: last pub. Jan. 2T)

Notice to Debtors and Creditors.

. HOW DOES THIS In Probate Court, in and for Voliula
STRIKE YOU? County Florid
la the mailer uf the Kstaleof J. HINlvef,
dtcta t'd.Notlct' .
.. it hereby given!; that the undersigned
hate duly qualified as executor and eI>
I ;so.. eiecutrli respectively' of the lent Will and
Testament of J H. N leer,deceased, and all
creditor, legatees aud distributee and all
t other persons whomsoever having clalui8 "
demands against the said Kstate will pro- i
seat the same to the under&igoc.d wiihla )1
i.ASALE0FMIGHTY t"o years or be forever barred. -1
F.J NIVCB
Kxtcutor.Kxecutrlx..
IDA I... NtVlk, .'
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Dated at 1''ay ton a,..Florida, this Z7tb day
ao November. A. U., IM.a

aa First U-b.l Jet.;<; last pub. l>vc.16)) t

'i MAGNITUDE i Notice to Debtors and Creditors.In .

Voluslu the County County Florida.In Jugdgp'u. Court in and for

the matter of the Estate: of Henry V.
S Coleloug,deceased.
To all creditorlegatee: distrlhuteei,
( and all olh\1 persons! having clnlius or deiiianda -
) 8g&ln"lllIt' Estate of Hl'lIry01-
""" :::1 clough,deeehwd:
You are hereby required to preseutyaut
"0 dalniH and demands against said Estate: 10
:: A Positive Determination to REDUCE the undersigned at the omce or T. Y.' *Ui-
our stock: results of
as our making the extraordinary reductions on the gnrald.of .iiuVoluriu'ountyFlviW,
"II Ida one year from dale, or your claims
w and deiiiunds will Ins forever liarred. ..
-ir following goods: i'uled Ibis:2'th day of I 1(-tolJtr.\. D.. M*.
btu o Jolts: V. MIX'IAIUUH:
Erecutorofthelast: Will and Testament

.C.. No. 1 Iron Beds $1.99. Regular Price on this 8ed.$3.50 =: T.of l.ttiidUA Henry t;. FlUgeraid Msli.Attorneys V ColelougI.dereaed.. ,


P No; 2 Iron Beds 2.99 3O for KieouU: -
< Regular price on this Bed. 4.50No. -- ---
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2 3 Iron Beds 3.99 Regular price on this Bed. 5.50 I DR. BRUSH (((I(

HOMEOPATHIC: rHYSlCUX.Cbronk ( '

.. No. A Iron Beds 4.29 Regular price on this Bed- 5.75 I i (I(


No. 5 Iron Cfc i UiHeaxen a Specialty.t <(
Beds 5.29 Cui
Regular price on this Bed= 6.75The I(


TI; celebrated American Elastic Pelt Mattress O DR. K. R. BRUSH
guaranteed for NINE months or money refunded. n

bG3 Now $6.98. Former price $10.00. I DEX1'I T.


c 3 I Xo. 60 Third Avenue, .,;

Remember this SALE is on only THREE DAYS; we have only a limited suppply of these goods on hand. :I.. Opposite Public School.H.H.SEEiyEfA.lA.M.J.O..

1 Come Early ii wish : ..........................

J 3 =you to take advantage of this EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICE before the supply is exhausted.Remember -.


AA -
Physician and Surgeon.

CD Special facilities! for Electrical, X Kay.
-.. High Frequency, Ultra: Violet Rayt
the Place bratory, Thermal and (: / '
;;; Treatment of Eye, Kar: Xo*, Throat,
s Lung and! Nervous Dwordere! ; Kheuuiatism. -
I I CUllc'er,Tu worn,l>i *ase t ol WoweD
'! CLARK & i and l'Lrol1ici1wt"nttl..

KINCAID. At North Canal. III No. Beach St D Office ceHoursrto9a.mltpL5top.mTelephone at residence, 121 So. Ridge' -

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: NNN.INtIfN1N1..*It/Ni J.. B, Sanborn ha been at TUusvllle I Off to New Field. :'. ,. > .. -. .--,' -" ..' ,. .. ,, -.,. ; .. : _::':::'
f j THANKSGIVING IN DAYTON
this week.. -
:,|f Local Happenings. j Everett'M. Canova left on the fore- -- Anthony's Shoes ..--' :: 'T'1T > '.Anthony's 'Shoes _

'Y"" +.._..*++.+.+.+.***..*+**.* I IEfe Mrs. M: F. Cowle, of New York City, noon train for Daytona where he will are :. ] .:. :.' ...,.
has How the Was c : 1.. 'areSilent .{
i December! Only three weeks.until returned for another season. She this winter hold the responsible position Day Spent by the Resin .Silent Salesmen. 'r; / Salesmen H = :' *.:

t.'t Xmas.. Don't you think it would. be .:. owns a fine pecan grove near lDeLand., of city editor of the Daily News. He 'dents and Temporary Sojournersin .. ; ,' *:

!. 'wie to have.that present laid aside. Commodore J. H.Allen,of the Halifax is an all 'round hustling newspaper man : the Lively Fountain City.

'We carry the largest line of strictly River''Yacht Club has returned to the and has has considerable experience in Thanksgiving, us a day set apart by -

'' ,Florida Souvenir Spoons in the State. city from a visit of several days to Titus- his chosen field. He is an enthusiastic the President and Governor of 'the

'All goods engraved free. If its new worker and will prove a valuable acqui- State of Florida was generally observedby i
ville.Miss
: we have it. L. H. ROWE &: Co. Elsie Metcalf, who was employed sition to the XI'WSt. Augustine all classes. The several events attracted I Anthony Brothers."Outfitters
considerable interest and there
"g-",' in the postoffice last season,has returnedto Record was not the slightest occurance to mar .

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take a position with J. L. Odura the pleasure of 4
as You talk about "A Breezy Time," any one.
y- W. L. Wright, of Bannington Pa., arrived I
bookkeeper. J! Those who did not like boat raring or
last week, for a visit with his I why a Kansas cyclone In not in it withit.
son, baseball
playing went to the beach,
Sheriff Jack Turner of this The founders to Men"ANTHONY'S
J. L Wright. county, must have experienced some taking a dip in the briny deep,

: Prime Rib Roasts at Birchwood'g. with headquarters at DeLand, the some such event to have compiled while others spent the day leisurely at ....

county.capital,was in the city the latter so many funny events. You laugh= home after attending Thanksgiving services -
Attorney Bert Fish of DeLand was in of the week at their respective churches.
part on official business. you don't cry-you simply holler and
the city for a day or two this week on f *'-*** The hotels too celebrated the occasion ... .
The street sprinkler into yell. At Opera House Saturday Dec -"
legal bu inesa. I was put operation and with
green ivy a profusion of other L $ ,
J. Vertrees, Jr., of Palatka, after on several of the principal 9. decorations made the parlors and din. I ..

'spending a couple of days here, has returned street yesterday and the effective work A society event of unusual interest oc- ing rooms of the many hostelries look .... ". : i; ,,; .

to his home. in keeping down the dust was much appreciated cured in St. Augustine Thanksgiving very homelike in appearance. Special ) ;
Thanksgiving dinners were served and
Judge and Mrs. J. Lee McCrory, of by pedestrians and others morning when Noel Mier was united in ,
j i&pr some of the hotels did a good business -.
,DeLand, are at Kingston, the guests oft Superintendent Bert Fish, of the Vofsia marriage to Miss Clara Lopez, one of in furnishing: dinners to people who did '. .
Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Mickler. jj
County schools while in the city the most charming and accomplislu-d not care to trouble themselves by making -

The Baptist Young People's Union* the week made preparations for the repast. SHOE .
an inspection of young ladies of that town. The wydding I
will have an interesting session Sunday*tUring The merchants in Daytona, most of
city schools. He
reports that at was church affair and was solemnized
evening. All are cordially invited to whom spoke personally to a representative -
time there is an average enrollmentof at the Catholic Church. The bride hasa
attend. of the said that the Thanksgiving
paper
250 pupils. number of friends in Daytona, having 1 trade was the best ever known Are known and accepted everywhere as the most decided advancein I
Prime Rib Roasts at Birchwond'g.Si .
The plat glass windows for Anthony visited here on several occasions. II which they say is an indication that the J

3 Hopkins and W. H. MeClendon, of Brothers new store arrived here Thursday I I winter's business will he a Irumrner. styles I J
Titusville, are here for the season and Families who had relatives out of .
have accepted positions with the Day- and are now being placed in posi- Holly Hill Items. I town were made happy by their appearance : '
We the shoes here that will :
showing smart
tona Transfer Company. tion. The first shipment of glass was Gordon Dickinson is over from De- and in some instances there were are same we : t

broken in transit, which delayed the arranging Land, spending Thanksgiving with I. M. small family reunions '- i
Place your orders for Boston later show Palm Beach.
of the display windows. Mabbett's family. He will return home DANCE AT MARIO'S CASINO. at
'., brown biead and baled beans with
j; :
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D. A. Blodgett and party arriv tomorrow, !Sunday.Mrs. ': One of the most enjoyable events of

$l: $ the Gramling Bakery Thursday afternoon from Grand Morrison, who has been visiting the fall was the dance given by the

.:;. f Mrs. L. M. Brokaw of DeLand, and Ra1l, here for Clef k's Club at Mario's Casino Thursday Come in and look h stock. '
Michigan, in their special car "Rocbt." some time,returned to her home throagh our
; I her brother N. D. Maun of South A evening. There was a fair crowd in attendance -

.Omaha, Neb. are visiting A. K..BrokawF They were at once conveyed to their Miami on Tuesday. and every one had an excellent .

:-' and family, on Fairview avenue. handsome home on Ridgewood avenue John Dillon has purchased: an auto I time. The music, furnished was

where they are mobile from J. C. Pettepher. good and it was a late hour before the '
0. F. Floyd, Orlando, representing comfortably located. \
The Cherokee young people repaired to their homes.
made trip the Tu-
Savannah house up
after nd- The
t a grocery rpt northbound train Tuesday morn-
of in left moka river on Sunday. A few alligators FOR CEMETERY BE EPlT. !
Ing a couple days Daytona, ing due about five o'clock, was three I
Wednesday afternoon for the south. Were
seen. dinner served
in
; Thanksgiving was
hours late owing to a disabled engine on I ,
Mrs. Camprelle is making extensive the Armory by a committee for the benefit -
Dr. in be I
| Armstrong person can the southbound train. The engine of
alterations in her I Ipropt'rty. of the Pinewood Cemetery Association ; -
seen at the Try\r ll:<>-ee! on December the nothbound going to the relief 6f the recently acquired Two or three hundred people par-
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, 3-4-5 in regard to any eye or nerve engine going in the opposite way. took of the sumptious repast and the

; 1 trouble. P.isitivel)' only on dates A negro by the name of Jones was arrested I Mr. Schantz Purchases Timber Land proceeds netted a neat sum.
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:. -. .named. Thursday in Midway on information Adam Schantz left yesterday; for his DAYTONA BALL TOSSERS WIN.

. i "A Breezy' Time," is built for laughing received by the authorities from home in Dayton, Ohio, after spendinga The game of ball played Thanksgiving -

purposes only After seeing "A St. Petersburg, to the effect that he had week or more in this vicinity on busi Day by the Daytona Rifles and Anthony Brothers.Anthony'

Breezy Time," and can't laugh, see a deserted his wife. A deputy sheriff Seabreeze boys resulted in a victory for
-dgetor.t At Opera Howe, Saturday ness.Mr. of
the former by a score 4 to 0.
>; .Dec. 9.yjg8. from that county arrived here yesterdayand Schantz reports that ho has purchased The game was hotly contested .

carried him back to answer to the eighteen hundred acres of timberland the team "
t Give-1-ind <.f BO t.-1U1S arrived thoughout winning makingone
charge. in Polk County near Bartow and run in the first; inning and the other .
1 here for t'f' Ft'a.n. SI o is pleasantly ., .- -- .,-. -.'- .
,, located at t' .' Span I.r c< tinge next to Albert C. Hornady has rented the that he is making arrangements to I ones following in close succession.The -
S :
.* Surf Crest at Dn'tulIlBt'arh.. Smith & building the purchase several other large tracts in Seabreeze boys are unusually Shoes Anthonys: Shoesare
formerly occupied by I gowd at the stick but Pinkerton held
Thomas rented the cottagp. : the same section. Mr. Schantz if are :
Gazette-News Company. In the front says I them down in fine shape and but few .

:1 Try Birch wood's for Butler. portion of the place he will establish he is successful in securing the land he hits were recorded. The battf'rit'swre Silent Salesmen. Silent Salesmen.

will invest considerable there. I I Pinkerton and Xt' bum for Daytona, .' ..., -.-- .,. i
Andrew Griffis and Fred Norman, of a curio store and in the rear he will -- -
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Titusville pass* d through I here Wednesday fit a box ball alley which will prove -

evening enroute to ..the metropolis. .
quite an amusement place. '
Upon their return home they will stopover RENTALS. :t:i If'1.j.'

e- in Daytona a day or two. I W. H. Pooser, of DeLand, who arrived Parkinson House.Fine + 1

in the city this week to accept a position i

We seldom "disappoint by say- with M. B. Aultman will assume At Seabreeze on the Ocean Beach front, we have the five Kcchersper-
Ing Just out.

Hankins, The Druggist.R. charge of the branch store to be'opened ger cottages at from $150 to $500( and the Clarendon Inn cottages nextto location corner Ridgewood and Magnolia Avenues. i.

at Seabreeze, December 15th. Mr. Electric Lights Sanitary Plumbing, Baths and all
E. L. Connelly, second vicepresident Pooser cornea highly recemraendeti and the Clarendon Inn for from $300 to $600, and on all of the principal
of the Carpenter' and Joiners' modern conveniences. Table the best the market affords -

v Union of America, was in Daytona I last he is considered a very good sflettio to streets of Daytona, Seabreeze and Daytona Beach we have cottages from Large, nicely furnished rooms, well lighted and

week and delivered a talk to the local manage the new business "
branch of the organization Saturday i Several of the piaaks surrounding the $125 to $1,000( ( ( for the season and rooms from $50 the season up, furnished heated. Southern exposure. For rates, apply to

:,,, evening. express office at the station are in poor for light housekeeping.Our MRS. JOHN B. PARKINSON,

( v'r- Visit it the electric light plant and condition. Yesterday the express people
team at service. You anything have at P\vner and Proprietor
is your can see we any ,
see the finest baths in the South. had a good load on their truck when

t The Gazette-News has turned!ouj\more coming from the afternoon train, one time you wish to and it will give us pleasure to show it.

j job printing the past month than any of the boards gave way, causing a clash
I previous month this early in the season. that somewhat startled those in the vicinity !: $8MO to loan, on good Daytona property, at 7 per cent. . . se eo o e

z This shows that our class of printing is for time. I .
a EDWARD E. PIERCE. d
appreciated, and we desire to assure our .
a patrons that we also appreciate their Mr. and Mrs. Win. Dietsch, of New SMITH & THOMAS

orders. Remember, if its printing we York City, were here several days this ,
:
do it.y week enroute to ,Soldier's Key, where Real Estate, Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. : ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION. -

Try Birch wood's\ for Butter. the former will assume charge of the PETERS BLOCK, DAYTONA, FLORIDA.

club house for the Florida East Coast Supplies of All Kinds. t
s Henry M. Flagler, the Standard Oil '
.;6 magnate and owner of the East Coast Hotel Company. Mr. Dietsch while PORT ORANGE PICKINGS .+++++.+++++.+++++.............................4.... V 'ft J

t; System arrived in Wilmington!; N. C., here secured his commodious launch THE HOWARDA FINE FIXTURES. a

a on Tuesday accompanied by Mrs. Flag and carried! it south with him. Soldiers -

ler. They spent Thanksgiving with then Key is twelve miles south of Miami and An Interesting Budget News From FAIR PRICES. '
mother Mrs. William Rand Keenan
lady's HOMELIKE ATTRACTIVE PLACE.
is a small but growing resort. the Hustling Village to the .
and on Monday they will depart for

St. Augustine where a suite of rooms The Putnam, which will in the futurebe South. The Finest Rooming House on the East Coast. F QUICK SERVICE .

: are being arranged!; for them at the Hotel known as the Putnam Inn, opens for Kestler and Mr. and .j
Doctor and Mrs.
. . f
. .
Ponce will oo. .
de I-eon. From there and
t they the season at DeLand Tuesday, under Mrs. David Kestler and tlwirdl.t\ son Enlarged greatly improved for the Season of 1005-fi.
go to "1Vhitehall'their palatial winter Broad Porches, Toilet and Bath Rooms Hot and Cold Water,
home at Palm Beach. the management of V. W. Gould. He arrived Friday of last week; also Mr. Electric Furnace Heat in Room. .
Lights:;, every Meals withinone : @@ has been identified with the hotel for a and Mrs. Bradley and lIatt tie Bangs, minutes walk from the house. Applications by mail will
f For bicycle lessons apply to Prof.f .
I number of years and he is well able to who the summer with Mr. and receive prompt attention.J. 'Pbon
; lose h Colyer, P. O. Box ?!9. carry on the business in a successful Mrs. Bradley.spent DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS 70

I On trains arriving! here from the manner. In the office will be Last week, lion. J. Y. Detwiler and C. HOWARD Proprietor. E.! D1LLINQHAM. .
Proprietor
I North this week, many familiar fares Charles Church and J. Turner Mrs. Petwiler came up frum ('oronadu .............t......................................
were to be seen.' All coming south report c&pia. FIRST STREET NEAR FfcEIOHT DEPOT
During the past season many and visited Mr. and Mrs. Havens and ---
that the travel to Daytona this menU have been made to the Wihl'r! and Hopkins for Seabreeze. I Messrs.! : ; J. H. Allen and E. T. Conrad I ENLARGED AND NEWLY EQUIPPED; FOR PLANING, SAWING, RESAVYIXO -
., Mr. and Mrs. Milburn. 1'hplrp alwayswelcome.
will be record breaker and that
season a HKrU'LTOF; MOTOR BOAT RACES. were committee in charge. TURNED WORK OF ALL KINDS. WINDOW AND DOORFRAMES

the city and its suburbs will enjoy the Mr, and Mrs. Robert Winters, of Lon- Arthur IMlett's motor boat, Xo. 1, Following\ is the time as recorded by ;;; SASH, DOORS. STORE FRONTS, COUNTERS. CABINET

best and most prosperous season in its don, England, who have been coming to D. W. Winn has jut finished a fine was victorious in Thursday's.races, leading ; WORK, BRACKETS, COLONIAL COLUMNS with Plainor

history. Many of those who were fortu- Florida for the past several years, were well for Z. Kennedy in the south part of the BirchwiKwl boat by one minute the official timekeeper: : Carved Capilots. We Make the BEST MOULDINGAlwayn -
(* nate enough to come down the fore part Start Finish '
and seconds the finish. Bright and Smooth Either Pine
in the city the fore part of the week and town. twenty-four on or Cjprees.
.44 'of the week traveled via the Line
Clyde at The Bennett. Before Geo. F. Luffberry spent part of last The races were exciting!: in the extreme White Streak..3-27-7..4.18-31 No Advance Prices, althomgh material bat goa .p from 40 to F
from were guests
New York to Jacksonville. The and the result in doubt almost to the Birthwood . .
.
Mr. is .3.30.10..4-17-14 80! per cent. We Ser.n your lrou. sad (Banal.. tk it. ,
week in Jacksonville.\ Lufberry
voyage, was an exceptionally coming to Daytona they spent several
passengers say
last. The entries were White Streak,
Y' Pellett . . 3.927..4-15-6 .
pleasont one. New Smyrna. They decided having his fine mansion on the peninsula Birch .j
days at pf'l\'tt's\ Boat, No. 1, the wood ...
', Thompson . . 3-34-7
leaving the town to the south of thoroughly renovated.Mr. bout and Harry Thompson s racing
t.tDr.[ E. H. Armston of Jackson upon La dha LaShaROY
..|r. Title the well known and nerveipecialist us to take a team and drive through the Shaver is having!; tha upper partof craft. The last mentioned boat was the
eye
last to start but to water
owing rough
; but reaching the outskirts his house finished in gomllihapt'
will make a personal visit country upon she filled with water on two occasionsand W. M. Holloway, State Superintendent -

: to our town and will he at the Troy of our city a passing automobile scaredthe F. A. Montague, who pent lat: summer it was necessary to stop. The owner of Public Instruction, who has LA SHA, Beach St. Electrician.

t- animals and they became unmanageable in the eastern state, returned homea decided to withdraw her from the
: House December 345. The very content. been on trial on the charge of criminal
on
;J. most radical forms of eye and nervous so Mr. Winters decided to I.. short time ago. Before her last nu\hap; the was libel! brought by W. X. Sheats, was acquitted Fine line of Table Lamps, both Gas and Electric

Joseph White, of Ocean Grove, is hav- gaining rapidly and it was plainly seen at Gainesville\ this week. This
troubles are handled with favorable abandon the idea of a horse and. buggy I, Beautiful fixtures, we make them. Phone 93 .
ar that had the weather been calmer the
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trouble is the outcome of the political
extensive on
drive and he left the team at a livery ing quite improvements
results. valuable the river shore in the south' part of town boat stood an excellent\ chance to carry campaign of last year, when Sheats and gets my services any hour. Lamps, Shades and I' .,
stable. The gentleman owns a off honors.Mr. .
Holloway were candidates for the same ..
4 orange grove at Orlando and he is there His little dranddaughter, Elizabeth\ i is Pt-llctt's\ ; boat is a very seaworthycraft office. Batteries for sale, Fixtures exchanged. I r

school for the first time and she the with J
Ostrich after his attending sped over course
Farm Desirable Attraction. now looking property.The
.
considerable ease. At several stages of
Jones is busy making furFayettt'
Eleven ostriches arrived in St. Augustine Henry syrup the race the boats, with the exceptionof LaSha LaSha
John B. Stetson University foot- MeDaniel on his farm in Dun- I
|tDr Armstrong's representative
';;b a few days ago Consigned: to Wen.J the Thompson craft, were nip and ,

: H.Ford, who will open a farm of thl ball team has won the championship of Lawton-and its go >d. tuck. owing to sickness, could not make

'0;'kind there; the State of Florida. Its team has Mr. and Mrs. J. }1. Garland are having The prizes, consisting of 15 gallons of dates as per announcement so Dr. G. S. FARLEE.
for the first and 35 for the
played an inter-collegiate schedule and the pleasure of a visit from their son gasoline prize t I Armstrong will make a personal
: Daytona doubt would de- awarded
no prove a second, were by the Halifax
.l rible place for the wintering of these also the strong Jacksonville team and and his wife and two children. TIIl'yall River Yacht Club. I, visit to our town. December 3-I-5, Painting, Decorating, Paperhanging.

.iJbirds and,it is hoped that in the future was not scored on in a single game. drove down to New Smyrna, Saturday.Mr. The dock and river front in the vicin- 'I at the Troy House. He can be con New 1905 Wall Paper, the largest and handsomest line of wall pa-

The Stetson baseball team last springwon Garland returned by train, the ity of the club house was crowded and sulted with in regard to any nerve i per samples ever shown in Daytona. Imported and domestic goods

:arrangements can be perfected whereby the base-ball championship. Edi- others in the carriage. We had the most every one was pleased with thevent e, complications or troubles. The from 5c to $5.00 per roll. 3000 new designs to select from. Interior

Daytona or its suburbs wjll have an attraetldp tor George W. Wilson of the Times- pleasure etingthfmin Port Orange but the wind blowing as it was eye decorating a specialty. Northern mechanics employed.
doctor will positively be here only
; of this ostrich farm L. Patillo has been did not make the race altogether) satis.
;::1-- nature. An Union has presented the championswith J, Rev. J. appointed named. Office and Shop, 32 Myrtle Avenue. DAYTONA FLORIDA.
,
the dates
irould f mean much for this place. a trophy cup. postmaster here. / factory. 1 on

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i Ocean House V ,
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Low Tide on thr Beach : MALLORY !
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.'. W. tAMS; Proprietor C. a JOHNSTON, Proprietor. .
DATE (A. M. P. M. flATs A. X. p. M. : .
The Dally Edition Makes Its Bow to
: Rates f2.06 per Day and Upward - : LINES I : Rubber :Tire Carriages R.ne Horses Cardtlr..Drf :-
4 -11 sr.KiO Dec. isu S4U\ 69: \
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: Special to Regular Boarder Dfci:i 540 |g 0 31 728U'Jg the Public-Every Local Happen I lIng I- .5 ->-
FUIRIDANew .. II 0409w 71180U .. 20 801 S \\V are well equipped for "Straw Ridee'r- The finest turnout in th*eJ1il l ll:
SMYRNA. .. 6 &0 ". iiu 910 9 ill Is Desired. SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS' :
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.. :I M4l 1Ii1l: .!i 1014 1028 : .1 'Huge meet all train and take passenger to any part of the city. : -
I' II : 9 44 :a II HI 1122: For the third season The Paytona
.. T 1111111! 35 :S4 11 OQ SS STEAMSHIPS. : Trunk delivered promptly. Stalks opposite Public School.
I. !I, 11 J4 11 19 ** :i"i 12 Jill! 100 I Daily :News greets the public. This
.. "$ !III 1 hI'' I 30 : steamships! on the .
Harness 11 11 : than i .Larjrest and inoft thoroughly equipped passenger
the i is larger and better
.4. 10 1% 00 J1 JII :r.1 l I JiIII tlll year paper S eoat.XO SS S. Telephone 27
S .. ir K: :r 1 It) tt 2!IIIt: -/I: 3i4 ever, and it Is the aim .of the management OVERCKOWDIXti.( : __
12: -1 lu 1 35X 4. 291_ ,, :84l 4 11 I .
; and Repair Shop. ...4 JI: 152: ::1\4 : 4 2{! 4 1\1I\ to make greater improvement. : :STATEROOMS ARE-POSITIVELY: GU.\HASTEEU.! I ---- -
: 14 381 14 ;iIj I 3 H: ;;'( mportant
U Iii 812 f Oil) I 1 from time to time. on these gnj,8f as no tickets will be sold to exceed : I

A .F. Chandler ItS II W 444 I Si The Daily News and the ( azettt.wsare : the lIulllllf'r or berths, or the "f'atillg capacity of IHuing Halls, thus inS I _
I? 1. 4511> 53-; ] > S -
-. now settled in their new : f'1'S I .Hiirinsr nil tuitwiieerM. individual>r\'it't' and attention.1'AKSKXiSEIW \ .5
having bought out J. A. Hrit-knon A. ., HlghtldertbourubeforeorafterlowlldeDiiyfnna : : ( LEAVE JACKSOXVILLE EVEKY FRIDAY. : ,
It-- can be found on Cottage axemu, back! of .......................... and our readers are cordially IIU: to SS (.Sw Schedule? nf M\, \ .t in Florida TiuiPD-L'nion.) SS
call at any time and look overEver t LOXVEST lUTES TO NEW ,YORK AXlJI.IJ POI.VIS NORTH : ,

the City Hotel. since the first i.::5ne t hr 'aJ'!: e. Including delightful; [DAYLUiHT: SAIL through the ; S S -
SS "SEA ISLANDS" %'b S
FAMOUS
All kinds of ago the circulation ha been gradually S a P c4
Through tie-ketc sold to all Northern point For full informntie n :
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Harness and Leather Goods increasing:; last! year the average circulation : jardK\ altnu-tions offered) by no other l"lf'i; diagrams! rwrvatione, : 3 I. /O 2' -

was 750 copies per day, and this S tii-kets, etc., apply toATY7 S IS : L /4

: Hnrnea R/lnfiS1t04'8 made and repaired. year w e hope easily to reach the 1000 : DVC 214 West Hay Street : ,

t&m. Call on us when. wanting anything in mark. S 1 Y Cif Agent, Jacksonville, Florida. / : SI

our line. -- : (h'(). H. Clark Jclt.al Agent, (Daytoim, Fla. : //

( Took an Overdose of Laudnum. ...............................................SSS // 1 : : 3:. 4'' "a:
ALL WORK UJAR.tNl'EED.N. ( ,; 4

t&K' Emma Morgan/ a middle aged colored --- -- ---- -- I \ 1 chtt# .

woman i,* dead as; the result of takingan I :: "c ,, .. ,- 111*,Oti .j' -

ERICKSON1 U\-lIltJl-f' r.f laudiium The end came : '

-.' Sunday morning at the tIlling: of thedocca.ed LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. t:; --.2 e -

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in Midway.I Thp'Olllall )had % :: -' .'. 'I' I
Cabinet Maker and
for M.iiie time |III.-t Itfwi brouding over 1 : cs

ill I:faith and! it i,* generally thought .

Wood Worker J. I that -l.i-) did this ra.-li act in order to end \ q'co :
;: .. $ I'1Sfl!! '" 1 :Ic 1 her lifr.Sliolums. Best Line to Birmingham, Nashville, Memphis [ .

( P'stahlis'.nK ut.I \ I bn?tlur (:Ins ,
leaning : ; Morgan
k : a Knoxville Louisville Cincinnati St.;
Doors and Window SVrwnn PictureMouldings oi4
who n-iUs in :-t. .\ugll t inc. The ('i- .
Q made to order. All kind of I..t'li.'''; ; lp.l ''. in. iI5I3.VJA1N.t,,' I :" tI''.1.' 1'1'i.qI
.: : i t:al! tl ..k I'l.'tic Monday. Louis Chicago mid all points North and
Furnitmo Repairing done* on nliort notioat all.I.\:. ,..:. .,:.... .lr..iu.L it.!:. ,
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I1dnaLle pril' A. in Hardware Business.Mcjsn West in through cars.ONLY Four Sailings Each Week .
-r Cottage Avenue, Daytona. Fla. ( I >1 LYONS.4ii7 Change S

i iv.i )II St.\ I lM.Uiin.-i. Fla. -. I Dunn Hrothers, formerly on-
'-'- St. Imisiitli, IF'I'S'IESJACKSONVILLE;
gagrd in l.iiMnos I'alatka. have )pur- linnpf'ratinq: through sleepers from Florida to

Portland Exposlbon. Williams'Indian Pile I liaM l.il the hardware! business of Messrs.Ma.on : I lining i rnrscrviro.ONLY i : and NEW YORK.
; Oregon Ointment will cure Blind. .
UlecUiiiK aud Itching & Wall, in lids I.i.y. and will im-

I I laUays bPiles.the ll itching aUsorUh at the once tumors actsBBasa mediattly I a.-siime:: e..n to..1.V.. II.1 Kd- line operating through sleepers from Florida to Chirago. Tallin at niarl.'"ten, S. C. lieithvnys,
P THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS' IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.
instant re- ,
poultice. gibes 11I0nd I.II, who i'\l('('('. : fully mannged: lit

lief.ment Dr.prepared' Williams'for Indian Piles Pile and Oint.Itch. hll.i....,.,... i is* Jf.t undrculed a.* to what FI\EST: i Ii ii i tug-ear service in time South. The. Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
of the private parts. Every box iswarranted.
; CAL. SAN FRANCISCO, By druggi Through tourist sleepers 1 to California.For Iliiut :N'I'vil' 1tveuiJACRSONVILLE11OSTON
of price. &0 cents and $l.ou. WILLIAMS >. The :'f'lIi..r i nu'inber I i t the
AND
MAKUFICTURIKG CO.. !7oP... Cleveland Ohio- PROVIDENCE
Los ANGELES CAL. new firm was ru-tiithr ('onncdeifilh AND ALL, EASTERN POINTS.
For sale by Lne RiiI1Seaboard information as to rates to all points) XOHTH! and WEST schedules (::'allin at t hitlittin !lioth \\ RJ'4.
; DENVER COLO. the Towers Hardware Company i if Jacksonville SliMI-WEEKLY SAILIMIS.! S

League Convention Jul. 5-9 and lie t thoroughly mia\ -hinds and full information call or write, S Southbound . . . . . . . . . From Lewis' Wharf, Eottoi -

i- Epworth the business.: 'I Northbound . . . . . . .from foot Catherine street, Jackisivtili '1CLYDE

.w DENVER COLO. Air Line
GEO. E. HERRING Florida Pass. Ag'
G. A. R. Knrampment, September The infant child <>f Frank M. Smith. ,
) ST. JOHNS IYER: : LINK.
..FIIR... colored, died lat Monday. 206 W. Bay St, Jacksonville Fin

I VERY [LOW ROUND TRIP RATESVIA Between Jacksonville and Sanford
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Savannah, Columbia, Richmond, STOI'I'Ij1': 1'L.1'K.iTOI: ) :. ST. 1 UANTI.S, 1U:1KSFOH1): : : (JILUJI)
I Camden Southern Tines Raleigh ', Sneak Thieves at Work. anti I tiLt., iuitihiat.. I J.illI>l t011 :'h'. .IOIIX( I I iI \ EHt"
:? Florida East Coast
I Washington, Haiti: more, I 1'liila-1| Maji.r :-:ti.it I. mat 1\ i"H f.\< ry < i.r it, Railway.Local Steamers "City of Jacksonville" ;ind "Fred'k! DeBary"

delplua and 1 New york.. ... . I I:.keep a r-harp l I..kutlt (.ir -lu.-ik II.i.\I' I irn. fli.i..ii.t.-.I| | ti'nil a 1'illuu-: l I..au' .l.n.k>oii\il! .. .I.cil.\| e\Tl .viturJity .ttt

.; Illinois Central R. ft.L R. TWO ELEGANT.. X TRAINS* DAILY: I|I L army He sayat".f tlum pr I.'raIiI1g|?.l lit thini in thi-i i- :i\ itii.it'Mi'a:. I, Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept. 7 7,1905. .;..t11I: ) p. in. i.ttiriiimug p-- ;_ I'111..1.1.at' .-- !-i.hi.tb.Bi14'kcg.dton :5i( a m. :

i, and the only. |.o--iblc wav to biiig lie :-" $I.H..unJ hC11EUULE I

SEA110ARD EX IT! ESS |i guilty ones t.. j juMice i i i is for <-\c iv one I tol SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH-BOUND-READ UP. ;i/...\'t' :H :::111'| _i in .I.I..I.HIII\III-| Amir\ k.sat'p tJO a m -

L: CHOICE OF ROUTES.Two and l 11.I.k carefully alioiit tluir |.n'ini.iiiiilown .-,-> : t -- -- '' 98 .. Sl.'ip I: .I'alalL-t. ...... ........... ............ I,,-uve SWIpin) :

:' :4Iltiliot to take 1'1 :i.iiIy in a111,111 No.Daily 99 No nall 91 STATIONS u..lly :8NO.Daily .. ;i III'( a iii ........... ..... ............... J\'IIIr.......................... ....... 330 P m
Trains Daily Atlanta to St. SEAWARD MAIL I -- -- --- .' Iuat.1..t.: 1'iuu...................._....... a 00 p m
& A. p.p.p.Modern I \\ >>fil. -ly I lookl'lig, IKglo/ who ;it 600" 9 40 8 t. _.........MJ ks"nvI1lA_................ Ar 7 co; p 8 ro; a 'I .......... .......... H'Jf.junl: I I lit.I Lalit I)...................... '. 1 00 |-m '

Louis, in connection with W. I!his ,.c.a-,in of the y'f ar i U, putting I in liiapjMarftnce. 101 GUll I> 10 9 48 Iil: a'aI' .". ._.__._.-.80._SL JlACk.\tll.AugustIDtI.._.............__.... Lv.. 6 11 fil fIll p I' 8'140 U a a .\11, in' M.'JO.i/ Ii I.. ............................... :lIr..I......................_........ .. !9 80 a D1

It. R. The fly Through morning PullmanS I The Mayor said l that I l.i\- 6 M P II 3J a"' .. ..__.....IIai.tlngs.. ....._......... .. 4 II:> I' 6 49 a .. 10.00) .1 III ...........................En: tI.l1l1.i f............ .................... '. 10.00am
Sleeping Car, Atlanta to St. I/mis. lop 11 eo al -_....-.. F.&..' P.tiiuka ........._ .. _4 31 _6 2ii aI
full information dates of sale l Equipment ''I tona i had I a \'<-ry good: I ii\ i idl'll t i.lt.". if : 00Ot 8:1: P 121:; I'Ar, __._Pitiii'ii&_ ................:. 1.\: 4 ij' 611U a 03:: GEHEPAL PASSEKOEP AND TICKET OFFICE ll2 'AE&T EAY ST, JACKSONVILLE.

For (population.: 6 45 p !! 2i a'Lv _._......Pala kll._.. :=:.........._ Ar 11 00 I' 6 53;: a C ,_ ,
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I rates, tickets and desrriptiye ereu- OtB $25 pTijir! ..._._..8au 1IIu\ru.................. J.v, tot... '
Jars Atldi'ess Only Lino operating daily through} :- 110 I' ...!,OO "iLY ............_.San_M.t..o._ ................. _Ar $231_ _T0a.. -t r..M.IHONMO.Ki.1i): ; : : II.hot.. riHI. 1':1)01' Agt.1t2V.m.t. ) ;IJ st.. ,lud.tllu'"ilk, Fla
:4- sleejM-rs from .Jacksonville "j i:, to 1 laugh to ?( e Ja. k I D.inbrr.' thaiiifproMlily T 60 P 123i I' ..._____ e..ga ..............._.. L:11 550tI r+ U.II.n.Ul'I.IMu.: : FIt.\Jt.} C'.I'.l.h\ELL.Supt. .. -
F. D. MILLER! Trav. I assr" Agt., d 803 p 12 41 P __._.Dunllell8 .._._...... .. 3 4. I' 13iS a r...jt I Ilo ? to New Orleans.For funny comm ditn: )>lathe \ 810 P 12 Ii I' ....._..._.....Dul..nt......_...._ J 331 I' Ii 2:1: a '
17 )Prior St., .\Tl.ASTAOA. I' I of the in ".\ limn o n p 1 26 I __ _.Ormond ................... .. I a II I' 4o9.. U( IIWIIUTY.(; : (;J.-n'l Kast'ii: I'IIJ-I-' Aj-t.! .Vw Ymk.
part : Mump o 553p 1 39p1 ____Dayt .nll._..___ ..I :30') I' 447a .'..". CLYlii: :tii t.i-: :, ni-m-ial 1'ieiglit: A n-nt. New York ;
tt..tt Time." At Opera Iloii-e. SmI IInlay.I 9 04 P 1 iiI P N __.port Oru.lIge.....__... .. I .! ZU; I' 4:1:i6 a TIIEO. (I. IQER.: Wn.p.CL\'UE&CO. ;
S 5----- --4 I V) t 23 p 11:1: P Ar ...._......_New SmJrna................. .. j \I :11) I' 4 15 a ,
full information mid .sltfrr} | reNratioiiH {I 1)e.u.> C iTiij: AI' .lkaIMf'n._......_ i.\', 12 4i I' tiiUIJ; .O 'it j nti al Manager.. (1'lI..rnl.'SI'DU! !
S. H. Gove \' -till I I on any :SnlioaiilHjrent ; I -= 103'J a :\ Jil P .... .............. _Or.."!;,, CitT................. .". 113:> I'i Ii St I'i 1 n,. M.1,1-nDjib r.iiililin!, I'.t Stan- Nt.. Xcw Ynrk.SoUTHKUN I
Bothered by Hoboes. i 2 .1045 400 P ..Orange City Junctlon..._. 12s0 R. 5 45 p.1il n i
ur writ* I to- J1 ::1:15: p Lv.... ._..}iew SIllHna....._........ Lv 2 :20 iI 40;; 8 -,
\IUH1TIT, ItUIMtKK .1NI I TH.\'J'OIl 1000 P 261 P .. ._..._..Oak llill__.___ I lit: pf, ;S 39 a .P
\. 0. MncDOXXKLL) The if the
I employees < t railway :-tatioi- 103111' 330 I' Ar ... -____ Tltu'\'lIIe ............_... .. I 1 15 t. 3 00 a RAILWAY. j
Rl'flldtJU'tt aJIIufiIltlrtht'! -aj-t corner oll .1RiJgpWUOiJ. I .bi'i..tJlllt lit'IIt'rul; Ins.cmig..r .\ t'llt. t.f late lia\<- lx.< n flitting f'un-iI"II,1t l c -II-00 :::: : Ar ..___. Sanford; _.__......... I.\ 1iTh.iio oo a CiO

r l. un] Volusia!' nveniifH. S. T.: IIOYI-STOX.JK.. l'Il""IIj"rI"l I triumlilpitlm' hoboes.t} .. u""allr! in tin e -.......... !OJ>O a ty ..-.....___ Innf/lr.I _.._.__..:. Ar ::.. -.. i (JO a
10 39 -s-so--j; tv __ Tit ulvtlht _.__.. Lv 1 1:1 I' a OU Ii 2 j
Phon> /H9. Daytona) ) P'lori l ln JACKiSOXVILLK.; I''LOItIl'\. I (!ifa l lioui.s of t lie nijrlit nr in t the i-ailr. 1118 I' 4 09 P .. ___...MCnCuA........_ ..__ )2 S& p1 2 19 a -
I 11 n p 413 P ,. ... Rocklt'djt'_.__ 12.0: i'I 2 16 aii
-.------ morningecn te t la.iit.Ivr.i m.dcr tin o.tt 63 II 4 U I' .... .. Eau Oalile....._..._. ".. 11 5 11 1 H a ".', Two Trains Daily to W ashington&New York !
passing cars: and! in thi< manner attempt 12 06 8 4 64 p __.._Ht'lbflurne.____ ui I 4 a 1 3t a ,..
I ..............H............ ........................ 12 151" Ii 31 P .... ___ St-b"stlaD ..___ ..,. 11 lit al' 11 !II I .-
tog f.t fne rid, .*. 'fliurilat.vt.iima! & /; 1311 62:1: P ___...8t. LU"18. ...___. .. 10 12: n' IJ txl) n "Xi I .. \ ik amid Hoiid) I'q.n: | .-.s5'n. and Florida I ilr.iti d" : f jI
: 1 55 a I Up" __Fort I'ierce..._...._. JO 15 a, II r5; 11 3V
New Blacksmith | theje was: :li\ely little in .that. vicinity. C 2 19 a T 0i4 II ...___ Tibbals ___ __ It :50 a1I 32 II - -- ;
S. Shop ___.Ed611____..._ ". II 16 JI ;;; : s-; ; I II
when an einplojee of the I hajrgage! I rootimid 4o.. t 23 a 1211".. alI I' .- I. X... .:.I I No : i 'f.i CJ.afnuoogi -
1 28 a 1 11 II ___ Jenspn ..._._ 9 :ii a1 111 IS I' taJ \) ..
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dq"tItf'rilf l ) two ,. ___.... .._ ..__ .. 9 11 ; i i.nnil.New.t! I $1VA;: : Cincinnati I'
a 1':11'1111'1' u.ipreatuie 7 28 Stuan all Ot
| | 2 39 a J1 r 0 YO' j! MalX: | l.iiii.l. IAIUIIdi4 I
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And Fountain Works. I _
S City Wagon i aJ I Of a 7 56 II __.Hobe Sound___ 'I 8 n a, 10 36 I' .
*. Hut h weie fi ulI11 to I le ili 321 a 8 U II" __....W6IIt Jul.U..r. ........_ .. 824 allO 19 I' 3 \ ttittttiiit -S 4 4-.il I :tll'>| l.vii Iiavliiit.. ....T 4 30p
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851p II __WeatPalm Beach......_ "' 141 a :j4pz32a l.v !oo1.\lIgll..II'.c' raw inn i.M :\II II.III1". .. .. I I lop
The undersigned has: opened A Bl.vk!=initli Shop on Orange : /11.1111 l und |1.1'lIl1yJt--$ and! I tin- -yn.patla 53M 4Oa .. .. : '.* > | .iV.p .ii Jjlf'k..I1\... .
I I8'cnue 1111II ___..Boyn\l'tD............._ 1 2tl H l' 3Cu I 1.\ .llId'h..lI\ :3 uM ; .v.p .i": 74up'94U
between Hidgewood and the railraad.npar llip} Bowl 1, of I lie two men who affii'led I time < ;11'1| tupwsi .2 a 9 211 P .. __..Delray......_ .. 7 10 a 9 011 I' \r U'uMnjrnmrN .n AM'liailjiiini.i'a. 'IViiii
avenue i Ms 131 a 1021" __..Fort ullldPrdaI6. .__ ". 611 AI! 815 J' \ .-w V.. 4 i:.|. ,; .hl Ar ('ilit'111I.11 II. II. I ; sup -
S. Lumber Co., where the beet class of work in this line will be done. I: :!: ti'iuliMl and aeeorilumly! the trI\'I.I- MS Ii is a 1030 J1 ,... -__-_-_.Uallahdllh. Paula ......-._.._.___... ".. 5 61.fori, "I 806 I' vl --;\11..1-:;--:--- ------------------S iiIi|- J.\In'. !>" .. S Ar th: \'lIu.11I -. 11.&
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big. ti.nritwirc: tumid IM.-C. Ii 68 8 II pS (00PENINSL'UR :
5 I : : 2& a II 01 I' .. __........Lem.n City_.........._. fl 5' 1 2:1: I' """>'. No. 'I.1--: I..' Kl.iriilii l.illlilt'd." Imlly.Xu. '.
4 Everything new and first-class and the very best : I I ____ :I_3 .a 111&. __" Ar ........-....... Mlnml........._....... 1.5 2:. 81_'1 2U p : :)1rh... .."W"I.h.gtflll11111 FlI.rllaI\ I XII.-l'-"l: l h.| I l<'ililu 1.IIIIII..tI.," dully.,110
liti-lliri.iif.'lil'uliniin'-U'vplnt'l I ar to Alliiil*
UKl liiu' .'
of work guaranteed. Give me a call. Daytona's Winter Police Force Daily na1l1Es. S liiriiiluuliiiin' .Muni-Iiiaiihil KuncaaClty.No 'W!l
: 1I0Ut.STIUn EXTENSIONSun. S .
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!iytona'wind: polite force will III.t! Sun. roA'ihHe anl Cincinnati. l I Night. -;'KtIriiin No.SO .1
GEO A. FOYE Proprietor. : u-I
be on until iiltotit' the L'Oth( of I 1I''IIIlu'r. 800a ....._. tv....._..._....... Uaml.................... At:............ 3 ::10 J1 I4\' IlilXli U 4lII Allien nut! Augusta NIgblTrain
10 30 a __. Ar ...___.HUlllf'5..aJ., ...._.......... Lvj............ I ( ONo. l' I A SI An 11'. lh... '..... .' ... I'; V'l' -;- "-' _ _ '- 1
C. A. WIXMNGHAJI I MANAGER.[ i .\t the JII.I nt time Marshal! Xul er I.\. J'IC'\- .II\ill.I .. .. S IV |IUJ'CIJ11 .. .. .. ... 43C.p
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......................... ..t................ ....... ft.pihl1dll: tl.c-it.itiii, but if therein < No. 23 No. 21 iT I, I 22'' ArAlnti\r lint S i h Iii". .: ..... .. "i 'Tip' lASimui'I.'iifi. : in..... ... 7 UP ""
thne 1. No. 19 1).i1y > No.1 2ONa. \rf'llti"l\l .:, ;! 4 Clip -
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; S : 1'11I1'1'/:1'111) eu-e. "I' SUD Mun. Daily Ex M"YI Ult.C nnXCII: 1).l1y I !oil"". 1).lIy 5 S S I Hi Ar 1111.\\111.. .. ... 41UXoliii -4
"IIi,'" ,* can I I..v j pn-vMil" :: I into >er\iceJf a Only Only Sun. I Ch.ly l I 1:1:1t'l.\lIh'. . 2 t...
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moment- notice. Mayor :Smith: ii rts 200 J1 10 10 a 6 00 I' 8 20 n tv .... .I.lul."vl1le........ Ar 1 45 111 J2 :'0 I" :; .o 1.,......._ ... '4t.'I'Ii.i., tar Jid.'O\IIIo. I" f'llI- .\r .\t.riia . ::.a -
that :it li'-i-t: two ullil'l.rwill:: I INpur ,,n 208 I' 10111 a II 0'1 I' R 211 a Ar.. ..._S... Ju'kI"h\lil.... Lv.. 7 :11 Ii, 1:1: 2ll' Ii !:! I' ...... _... 'liinall ..-., !! "'1 li-'Ijtml'.r IIi> Sky, =- =--__ -=_ =--=== .
240 p 10 60 a Ii 40 I' 8 69" .......P..I.k. 14..a..h....._ .. 'i 0):; I., 11 ru Il 4 W I' ..._...... S Nu ..:. .-....\\ HaliliigionautlfIorldaIJn.ltl -
TO in I December mind povsjiily \rral munduring 2 i5 p 105 a C. 4t I'' 1/ "4 a ......AtlltJItl.: lit adl...... 'I 100 n1' t.i 4:; it 4 .5 I' ....__. **< ," rulliiiiin' '. .. jHfksuutllitf to
pun ii L CALIFORNIA tlie autoinnbile' in lOOp 1110 a T UO I' 9 2') a .. _.__ManO'rt.......... .. Ii 4 af 11 :so A, 4 Sli ..... .._ "' '!> -liluiku"| 1U1! car> to AlCU alul
Ip T !: I I race: Jimiirv.I : -- -- .i..-. Kxcolcnt] I) I )i iiiinf(1ntService i i i t : i A : ,II.I" ,
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1t14 I L ) and the NORTHWEST

East Coast Hotel Openings. AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. for Sloping! Car U'escrvations, Maps, folders and Information
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"DIXIE FLYER ROUT.E'The The (:: ti-Xcws lia been akcd vi'i- .\I'I'/Y'l/J
Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company For
f.ral! timex of Lite as to tlie opiniii<;

Nashville Chattanooga & St. Louis R'y. date! of the F.avt: (\,:ist Ht('k HAVANA AND KEY WEST. J. LUSK, Dist. Pass. Agt. )

The fir t of the hotcN: the 10-: West Bay St Jacksontille Fla 1
\ SAN > : operated by
7(1( l"nA CISCO, LOS ANGLES HEXYER: -
f44 Florida! Kat Cua-t Hotel Company tobe ... II. llrdwick! 1'1'\1 \\' | : : ;
:t-Iiihim. I"II.I.t' \V. It.| I be I.tahnigton,1J.Cflri'ks ;
I I U PRESCOTT and ThAM Time Tables chow the times at hl.'h trah'llnay U PZxvUvl to arrlvo at and depart a\ ,
l SALT LAKE !
CITY. opened) thN winter will be the Holt I from the several cUtlons but their arrival or driartum at that tinn-n stntnt H ii'>t guaranteed Morgan, .Uil'A. Atlanta tins ;;
aorta this Company to be held responsible fur any delaj a or any CfJu.'I..I..t i at'islng tht.i'.fruinFor
IIEI-F'NA. i BFTn, .\.NAONILIISSOFL. Alcazar, St. AiigiMine, Fla., which will 1
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:. 9 i: 0 op( n :Saturday, |cember S, with Manager
and I S
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: I0CC J. 1'. ( :'-:1\1': *. Next IOIIHthe Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARl or Other Information IIJOLI :UI.g4)III) to NEW YORKBoSTON AND THE EAST ;

in PORTLAND. SK.MTL: Hreakei<, at Palm-Hcach-by-the-Sca: :; .
i I 1'OC'011.r.xC'or- "SEE THE TICKET AGENT. TAKE TIIK
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opi-nitK S.iturday. Dt-cembcr {. v ith)
: 0 JJ, I i U Y.Dixie .EH and points in HRITISII COLUMBIA.QJIQ ) .
-5- -------5------- Fred I Steiry\ ii manage The I 11"11 I t I I li.\a! J. D. RAHNER Asst. Gen'l Pass. Atf. ST. AUGUST1NH FLA.
: -5------ Palm, Miami I H.V.. Mi! 'rrill, "UIII:' -r. )

i is via Tiflon Ma
:' Flyer Route t ('!.attilJl( 'ga. Xa>livillp! January !ii', Hoi wit Murray' 1

:: and St. L"ll\s.\ v>ill open, tin I Ponce lt.:1.! I :: .\ugh- HEALTH AND VITALIT\
tine and tin- 1.i
on I came date Me-sps.: A i iderxm i-
r>rt. 1UOTT'SNBRVEIUN.Io1:
.'" anil. I't j i.i. will OMII* I Hotel Or : : :PXLLA

mond. Oris.,>id--:<,ii-the-alif.i\, || : ; al" on The great iron and tonic pill and restorative fornifn and women, pr TICKETS, ON SALE SEPT. is TO OCT. 31 fjJ and \'itality.liltl.l t'los! stcinain! :s UK- mat -
INCLUSIVE.E. [ ihe : lsup lev"1" i.t.t viybnncni''liealthand .I'
>ame' i'ale II. i I':. |lti? mi> will opi' ,n, tin
happiness. ( Oilos<'!>i II a !.ox. riir-iiili'livaUilri : l. .IS
Hotel l Cnial.! Xa""aii, \. 1'. The. lavl AFTER USING or wc will mail it, securely wrapped: MI !'<> '<'ipt of pru--**, $ 1.00 J/'IIf'x, Ocean Steamship Company 41N
o boxes for $ OO. Ur. Jlotl's Chemical Co., Cleveland, Otii.in .,.
: J. WALKER to be opi in d I will be the Hold I I Hi.yalPoinciana : I .
Sulil I Ift 'ltI"a by !.. Ku' sfll .
; at I Palm Beach under themanagin.i .
Florida Passenger Agent .. ': .t..iii
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Jacksonville, -, Florida. ----- The Dredge "KLONDIKE"MKLTOX ) .

Mr jMN.) .1. C'".-.'. of ('a in'. X. Y.. .1

are here for tii.t her and ha\e
: -JIMIII acuiiiiMlation .
) jt C.UII.HOX.: : ivoj.ri.\ I..I-K.
( f..r tin- pn-M-nt at The
Bennett \\hintinirhoiiieatthe enrner 1I1.I.riul.. ; il.nii') in I !Ii.. I Halifax. Tmnoka ami all HUTS up ami ilon tin- Cast 1km .

3 "Xi ws!W&i Ym y$>e J-v m mM&f! ..Volu-J.i.1 av nuo and H-aeh "zt i'etet.rnjtlete Tenn.s Kea-iiiallf ami :-;atii'fac.tiollliuarallt..1.I.lrf' ]. .

ti t li.- propti.tllt!!, I ltii.vtonn.Fla.Daytona. ;Y.m
;: If You Love Your Wife | i they \\ ilIn'\'" tll lie] i.owalxxle. -

rnrlwllh',.- awl) mcihaniY-5 are ----:": ..I t 1'T-

DON'T { making xtf'nirl' impnaements) to theii . . . . -. ,._- ""rI-- :: ,.;- r -_ _, -
: ROAST HER I _' -"'-= .
recently acejuirrd prlol.I'I"Y.J. ] '',-_- -::::;....cs---
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By compelling her to hake) hue family bread, hut buy it from the \v. Willvin.Mm han'lItI.c1: Mrs. Ice Company, : --"-' -S -.':-- -, :. -S-_ -. -'._-;-_K7'--_.".. '7---- ;: f;,__ ;.

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,!!J Rhodes': cottage!: on South; Iteaeh streetto : !

; DAYTONA BAKERY Lewis A. Stout eif New York ('it)'. : PURE ICE 4 :Mnsl Popular and i-incM ('oa twi-I': :M it ;iutiiI" rs l'I" ill|! the I.ltl Dti ;id.'

I FioiiiSaiaimsiliUi.Xiu: : him k. ""....In."t'.
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Made from Distilled Water. SA I I L.1 I iNUbriom andS
MOTT'S 1 Saxui.nnl, i., i.t..n: ulmti I M-mlay
i. : It's a saving of time, woi I and money. Fresh Bread. de- PENNYROYAL PIUS I-Vtory corner I'ailrond and Volnsia, amnir-. -Iuthl'rn 1arkt,
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livered Daily to all of the Also Cakes I . . . . TaliU-i-Mipplii-iI" all tI.) .1..Ii'nd. ,. iliai tin \nrilniii h 111141\ : :
| parts city. 1'ies and every ) Sa-Ie and reliable they :tffonl.I Ti k..t,. Mild I ami I lla: ggagi. i.Iii-i.knl t tlummli i n t :1 ny irt'tijit I I.Ul't.

:; <| other production of the !modern up-to-date bake ?hop. <| S overcome vigor we&kness., banish pains.IA.crese --- -- Ask for copy "GREEN FOLDER." 1 r oad tidd ..

No remedy equals OR. For ratf of fare. ii-M-r\ati'in nf ...t attn''''hi-. t-ti-.. sippl.i' to III'Rtf't't rai
rip* 1 & Volusfa S MOTTS PENNYROYAL PILLS Your orders in t'lis' i office for Q tick; work. alt'llt. sir :aol.I.-

QUIGG MILLER, Props.' Near AVj S Clumical SoldbyDtnggistsanJPr Co., Molts I D \v. B. FI.Et: ix'rs.: Tiaulmj 1'lJi't/ ;i7 (.nil: J-'t.. tfavuuiiab, G ;', &"
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