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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 9, 1905
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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fi: 17, No.- 28 OOH Everywhere..- Reaches All C\utt. Daytona, Florida, Saturday, December 9, 1905. Bet, 'A4vertWa. Medina to Daytaaa ad Ytewt,. Price" : ',:". ; Cents, '"- -

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,"' -... MAYOR SMITH INTERVIEWED. GETTING HEM FOR CROWDS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEET .,yy."f' ,

COMPORT CORDIALITY CUISINE =

2lipi "Can't Afford Talks Interestingly on the Needs of Hotels Beginning to Open and Scene A Volume of Business Transacted. I ,

Caytona...Wants to Turn Fire of General AcUvity.-F. E. C. 'WUI Advertise for Bids to Repair THE GABLESNOW _

Paint"Th Apparatus Over to Co. K. Ry.Mikes Improvements. County Court House.
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Mayor Smith, who is ever on the alertto The Board of County Commissionersof

the best interests of the city, and That Daytona will'experience a large Volusia County, met Monday eveningat S. H. MOSELEY Proprietor

$ mm who,uyi that, forged that painting who in his official capacity has made tourist season, or the Jargest one in the the county capitol, in regular monthly Situated Volusia
on
; properly done is economy, and the fact it hi curt several valuable suggestions to the city history of this resort town, is a foregone avenue Rates oa Application. .-
,f afford NOT to paint.How conclusion.For Session. Those present were, Commis- near the Halifax River. Table board a specialty.
solons, in regard to the betterment ol sioners R. D. Brooke W. H. McBride
often ,
t 1 you require w paint ii largely d,pend
some weeks past, there has beena ELECTRIC LIGHTS BATHS AND ALL MOO
week IMPROVEMENTS
conditions here Rti
this
generally -:
ant upon lha paint you use was T. L. Rodgers and T. J. Murray. On ;
scene of activity in getting ready for
interviewed Gazftte-Xews
by a
I rtpre-
motion Mr. selected
Rodgers
was as
THE sentative.Mr. our northern friends and as each day temporary chairman.The STANLEY HOUSE run in connection as a rooming house

Smith said if the matter of bond- passes, one or more hotels are openingin matter of road repairs was taken ,...****....,..............*******..,.."." ..........

T SHERWINWlUJAMSPAINTS ing the city improvements was put order to arromodate the increasing up, and reports from District 1 showed .
J intelligently before the people, he had crowds.
iT not the slightest idea but what the vote Not only is Daytona making preparations ange that repairs City and had DeLand been made road on, also the two Or- . . .v. . .

but Seabreeze, Daytona Beach, .
in favor of bonds would be overwhelm miles of pinestraw laid on the Orange

$_ ; ing. The mayor aid that he thoughtthe Ormond and the resorts down the coast City and Enterprise road and repairs .
ftuilitt others. the economical ,
They ire mot paints you can use, because 0
are putting on their.W Dter frilla.
they cover most and:wear longest. Add to this their good appearance, and Lewis & Kitcnen! system was the to the Enterprise and Osteen roads.
fi have perfect -Thi Shtrwin-Williamt Pai,t most ands hen the mattEr Daytona offers many inducements to
you paints $ practicable; District No. 4-repairs on Volusia and

; ,_ f They are !made lor many different kinds of painting. Whatever it is is put before the public at a meeting in the tourist public and for this reason Daytona road, while District No. 5 : When You Wish :

4 you want. to paw-a house,or anything in or out ol the house-we make the the future, which the council proposesto our city is among the first of the resort showed that work had been done on the

K nght ptifl*tor that particular purposeOt one slap-dash mixture for all do, he is of the opinion that every towns to fill: Oak Hill and New Smyrna roads. .

'' SOLD BYTH one would be satisfied with its work- The Florida East Coast Railway Com- The attorneys for the board were in- .
t pany has done much to assist the townin .
ings. The said the should
city by
mayor structed to draw up a contract with the
all means have the waterworks and sew- bringing the crowds'he by fast State Military authorities for rent of '

BINGHAM & MALEY CO. because it meant the trains and convenient schedules and to start life hook
r. erage system too the Daytona Armory for the coming two : on your own just .
health and betterment of this commu- they are keeping pace with the years, at a rental of twenty dollars per


: (Incorporated) nity.ward in He this said that respect the, town and was something back- times.During the past summer and up to the month.A Mr. Hay- presented a claim for damages back your cart up to our store and : .

ti ; should be done before an epidemic present time, the locomotives have been

:-- breaks out here. dismembered and every piece thoroughly was sustained referred to to a the horse.attorneys The of matter the we will load it with the necessaries .

The matter of building sidewalks was! cleaned and tested, receiving repair board for -,

x SPEAKING CONfIDENTIALLY also discussed: and the city's chief executive where these engines necessary.have For been several turned weeks out past of The Daytona investigation.Gazette-News was designated : for kitchen and ,dining room. .! .

was of the opinion that the councilwas as the newspaper in which the
the shop at the rate of one a week and .
biting off more than they could statement of the tax collections for theYf'llr r .
soon the last of them will be again on --
chew this He
time the
i right at of year. 1905 is to be
r \Ve don't hesitate to said that if the side walks were torn up, the rails and in the pink of condition. Considering the published. of winter e
i near approach .
Many of the coaches have been t
there would be no room for repainted -
pedestrians! : the sheriff was instructed to providethe .
i. say that our"Bostonian" and with the Deeding cf automobiles, and upholstered. They are in : wood for the courthouse and jail. Mason & Wall
as good condition as new. Company .
it would make the scene altogether too Commissioner Rodgers made a reportto ,
.1 dangerous, and that he intended to ob- In addition to placing the equipment .
$3.50 Shoesfor the effect that he had collected $2.50 .
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t : of the road in perfect condition, the .
; such from the -
ject to a movement start.
for two hours rent of the
road is Daytona. W. Edmondson Mgr. 119 N. Beach St. .
making its
The subject of load building and the large additions to Armory. $ /
Men and stock. Three have
our rolling new sleepers
improving of thoroughfares in this dty
The attorneys of the board were 'instructed '
been ordered and arrive *
to
are expected \
was spoken of. Mayor Smith thinks to draw deed in favor of D. Phone 9 -
a
here in the of few weeks. :
Ten
James Means $2.50 there should be something done towards course a ;
u. W. Sailor, for one-half acre of county ..
coaches each '
new seventy feet long :
the betterment of the streets andas 'have land on the Tomoka river. . . .. . . t
also been ordered, and will also be
': the city has a rock crusher and sev- The bills of the Criminal Court, ) ;
and $3.00. Shoes added to the equipment.The t
eral rollers, he sees no good rea on whya amounting to $203.90, were examinedby '
Florida East Coast has
start towards improving the roads Railway the Board and the clerk instructed @ .
.;I could not be made. been developing like magic, and it now was .. :;: IT-I
to draw warrants to cover them.
J are the BEST Men's Shoes at the price that ne'veever put on our The matter of fire protection, Mayor ranks among the very best in the coun- On motion, Isabelle S. Thursby Wlll ; : ;
v try. In every department it is up to
shelved.f Smith thinks its totally inadequate to granted the right to capture the follow-
date, and the roadbed is of the
one
They are made to please the\ eye-but service and fitting cope with the situation. This, he says, smoothest in the United States. The ing birds for scientific purposes: warblers, j 1 AT OUR STORE I
it due to a poor water supply and the grosbeaks finches etc. flycatchers fOUBLE
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considered sparrows ;
ii- qualities have as usual, been carefully service is unsurpassed and traveling on
kind of apparatus the town has. He shrikes, titmice woodpeckers, !
in both lines. this road is robbed of most of the discomfort UTY
and
All the latest leathers newest patterns thinks if the local Military Companywas nuthatchers, goatsuckers, wrens, blackbirds i
.. encountered on many other
s. given the power to use the apparatus roads. thrushes, rails, grebes, sandpipersand

ti.g ;, and when efficient service was done, Coneloos. I
The Globe Year by year the equipment has been
$50 as a fee should be given them from The Board then adjourned until the WE CARRY A FULL AND
rte. increased, but none too much for the
the city. following morning, when the businesswas .,. ,1 t
continual increase of business and the -
+ 116 South Beach Street. taken
coming winter promises to furnish suffi- again up. COMPLETE LINE OF THE
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On motion it ordered that from
cient business for the additional rolling was
AN INDICATION OF PROGRESS. the first day of December, the salary
stock.
now paid Game Warden C. M. Kurtz be

' Necessary as the Keystone discontinued, it being understood and I FINEST GROCERIES. Y

Many Handsome Homes and Business agreed that all license moneys collected
t 4",s .' 117 to the arch is good plumbing to sanitation -
? from December 1 .
and health in the home. Blocks Have Been Erected of Late. ARMORY win NOT BE SOLD. for hunting permits .
Ill perfect ,
1905, be paid Mr. Kurtz for his servicesas .

4''" Rim no risks by getting inferior apparatus Still the Rush Is on. game warden. : FISHING TACKLE OF ALL KINDS.

3 and hnn limp{. indifferent or careless Building/ operations, in and around A Contract Was Closed Last Monday The clerk was instructed to advertisefor ..

f ;;;;;; work hflcn IIe it's 1bit cheaper. Daytona this fall have been very good, Commissioners bids for repairing the court house, .

! fi .L. We charge fairly for materials and and the indications arc that the town is Between County I and it was agreed that all such bids he ..

satisfied I1II11n era of great prosperity. Many and the State of Ftyrida. I submitted to the clerk before January1st E. T. CONRAD & CO. THE GROCERS.
u work, because we'ie not to put 190tThe : ,
residences have been ,
handsome recently .
At Monday's meeting of the CountyCommissioners
p "N in anything but the best. Better our completed in various parts of the city application of S. B. Brooke to ..

held at DeLand, Lieut- . . . .
bill than a larger one from doctor ands I and there are no less than a dozen Cot Bingham, Major John B. Parkinsonand carry a revolver was approved and the . .

homes of handsome architecture under clerk was instructed': to issue a license
diuggibt. before
\ \ T. E. Fitzgerald appeared .
course of construction. These residence therefore.
14y that body and an adjustment was made
R J. D. Carmichael vary in price from $2,000 to $IOOOOand between the County Commissioners and The treasurer submitted his report for

they are being fitted up in elegant style, the; State Military authorities for the he month of November, together with

Phone No. 64, DAYTONA, FLA.k commensurate' with the progress of Day- 'use of the Armory by the local militia.A his books and accounts, which were examined -

tona. Many are now in their last stages lease was drawn up and signed givingthe ,and the paid warrants!destroyed. : ...San, Mateo Cigars...
FROM REPORT.
STATEMENT
............................./s/........... of completion, and the owners of severalof State exclusive use of the building General Revenue Fund-
of the
them will arrive the latter part i at a monthly rental of $20.
Balance from last .19623.46
month to occupy the houses. report

Not have dwelling houses Receipts for the month . 1385.07

is Not Sin only many . . Have Made
i Curiosity Always a been built of late, but the growing business fordlner-WIlUume. I Disbursements 1511.75

interests of Daytona demand more
Charles Gardiner and .Mrs. Harriet C. I Balance on hand Dec. 1, '05 $9496.78
/ stores and offices and to this end several i
Willaume were quietly united in mar- Road and Bridge F\Jad- I

I It will to investigate ; business blocks costing into the thous- riage Thesday evening at 8 o'clock, Balance from last report.$40.42 A of P

ft* pay you ands have been erected and already at their future home on North Beach Receipts for the month. . 28.20 : Reputation
has been leased or bargained for.
-'t of i space street, by Rev. Mr. Sherrill. Disbursements ,
i the prices and quality our There were only a few intimate friends ,
Balance on hand Dee. 1, 05 .{$68.62
Licenses for Automobiles. and relatives present at the happy event. j
GROCERIES >? ,, : Little Elizabeth Wall was flower girl, fine & Forfeiture Fund- Their Own.
Mayor Smith wishes to advise the automobile Balance from last report..52433.86 f
while Master Mason Wall was ring ,
public, that it is necessary for Receipts for the month. . 294.54 -

We can save you considerable ; them to call at his office and secure license bearer. Disbursements! . . 1300.89 ,
blanks and forward them on to The house was profusely decorated for The success o the San Mateo Cigar is one of II
the occasion. Many handsome S
I Tallahassee\ to be registered by the Secretory presents Balance on hand Dee 1, '05 $1427.51 industrial of the East Coast
the triumphs
s s s s s $ $ $ i ii of State. Accompanying each were received which is a token of the greatest

high esteem in which the couple are since the freeze .1
application must be a fee of S2.00. For


4 i S. W. CARROLL i failure liable to to do arrest this, imprisonment each machine or owneris fine held. AUTO CLUB HOLDS MEETING.Encouraging Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the penin i.

not to exceed 1100. Sanitary Conditions of Midway. aula of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped .;

i Sanitary Officer Roberts reports the with the rich, silky leaf grown on East Coast plantations] *=1

.t I The North Beach st Grocer : Looked Upon as a Monte CrUto. city in fairly good condition, existing Reports Received from the cigar industry of the world has never produced better goods.

C. G. Burgoyne, who is'looked upon under the present circumstances. Mr. W. J. Morgans-President Asa

rye 5. : Telephone] No. 19. : as 111 sort of Monte( Cristo at Daytona, Roberts says, that in Midway there is a Paine in Attendance. T For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union 'j

I..........................................e/.....! Fla., says Morgan's Motor Messenger, ian said big improvement that he while made Mayor Smith The Florida East Coast AutomobileClub '- News Company on every train entering Florida. ''"
inveterate buyer of automobiles and recently a pff1onalinpl'etion 'a s
of that suburb and held an interesting meeting last
111...IINIINNNN1i1............N1/1111.......111 2 his Mr. stable Burgoyne holds seldom some comes fine supecimens.to New he was surprised at thriving the good improve., evening, at the clubs headquarters at'' T twenty sizes, styles and grades to select from. I

the beach. The attendance was fair ,-} .
York unless he leaves a good sized check ment.
Bond Lumber CompanyMANUFACTURERS behind him for the latest in the automobile considering the inclement weather.Asa fOR SALE BY ALL DE LERS. .J
Paine of Minneapolis( Minn f
manufacturers art. Mr. Burgoyneis Automobilisti Beware. Manufactured br
the new president was present, and he : j
OP of the best that can be found in "
one Now that the season is approaching was warmly welcomed by every member SAN IA11A 'J i

ROUGH AND DRESSED I / .. ... Florida, and he keeps open house the duringthe Or- marshal Zuber wants advise the automobile there. S. W. ROWLEY, >fLO11t11DA.it i ::1
automobile tournament on
PINE AND CYPRESS HJlTlDCKi public relative to the danger of Reports received from Senator W. J.
mond-Daytona beach, and last year hijFtIi' !:1q
speeding! their machines beyond the ten Morgan, the promoter, were to the effect .
of the
Brick Limed gave a magnificent trophy for one mile limit as prescribed by ordinance.He that interest manifestedin
'Ceiling being
i : Lath, hingles] Flooring, great was
races.
Office and Yards: Eett Ccas says that he has noticed several already the East and the lint; of entries will I
; ; an ,.Cement 111 St OC %. Railway and Orange Avenue taking the liberty to go at a be the largest ever known. H. T. McCLELLAN,

Assessed.Valfatlon of VolusU Property pretty fair gate, but they must keep
has membersand
The 141
MILLS-Bond Mill, Atlantic Coast Line Ry..lOO miles south of JacksonTllle. organization WOOD WORKER. ;T.
Kalama oo,on Sanford BrAnch of the F. E.0. Ry. The vaaaffon of Volusia county prop- within the bounds of the law or arrest the next regular meeting will beheld ORNAMENTAL

I Phone 83 R. MALBY, Manager. erty inert| d this year J573.200 over will follow. the first Monday in January. Window and Door Frames, any kind or style. Window and Door Screens. ).

that of last year. The total assessed! Mantels, Cabinet work, Etc. Colonial Columns, Porch Column, Newela and Balustradea k

..+....+...+...N......1...+.....*.*...**..*..* valuation of the county for 1904 was William M. Kelley, of Watertown, for stair or porch work, Bracket Scroll Sawing, Etc.
Railroad Painters At Work.A
13,822,636; this year it i ie 4396842. Wi:!., arrived in the city Tuesday to
Skilled Help.
DDAnV UPHOLSTERER and This valuation exceeds any'before the spend the winter months. Mr. Kelley is force of railroad painters arrived New Machines and .
H\T
Hi. DK/iL jX MANUFACTURER of HIGH GRADEMoss freezes. Property in Florida for taxa. highly pleased with Daytona's admirable here Monday from the shops at St. Am fixed for busineM. Will call; for your order. L,

and Fiber Mattresses. tion is assessed at about 'one-third its climate, and he prefers this place to any Augustine, and began the work of 123.

value. The real value of the propertyof he has yet visited. .He has a number of brightening the new freight house. Shop on North Ridgewood, Kingston, phone

Deabr In Second Hand. Furniture and Stores. therefore is friend there, and they are always gladto Buildings in the vicinity of the station
t Your Old Furniture. Made as' Good nsllewl the county, over Satisfaction .Guar .'nleed.
welcome him. will soon present a clear appearance.
B acfc St. and Belleriew Ave. lejtcta.Ea 13000000. I




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rr tIDAY1'ONA GA2ETTENEWSfOBLlSHEEl ARRANGING fflfl ANOTHER RACE r '" 1f


EVERY SATURDAY I Do Your Xmas Nanmag. H-ere < < \

T.E. FITZGERALD, Editor Some of the Boat Owners 'Not Satisfied -

With the Results of Thanksgiving's ..) -
-C.II.JiI.QKAK.la.. President J. D.O. MOKRIS Vice president and now, while the variety of gift'good* is cLo t (< ti i'tT.e ,
X. E. FITTOERALD. Secretary and Treasurer Boat Races. % -
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THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY Not satisfied with the result of thf ,. 4-. .. ,.pY -
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INCORPORATED motor boat races on Thanksgiving Day, _ ...: .. Y For the Small Boys Christmas.-A Shot Gun or Air

( ) another race is now being arranged, Rifle would he; the Lining
which will be pulled off at an early date. 'f .. -1I
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Entered at the PostofSce at Daytona Florida, as Second Class Matter. There is some bit of rivalry existing pt I' :- s:.. .,.-.. For the Young Lady Daughters Christmas.-A Chafing

a .. here among the owners of the several /It / .- Dish, Pen Knife, Chocolate frt or Sewing outfit
crafts, and it is natural to suppose that .
Per Year in Advance.
Subscription $1.50 ( '
each one desires to have the fleetest / For Mothers Christmas Gift.-A Buck's Range'midnew

I. boat in the bunch. I \ i utensils. .
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1905.,
Harry Thompson i t* credited with having -
For Fathers Christmas Oift.-A New Carver Tool
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the fastest craft, but some of the -

.: MC FADDEN LOST HIS CASE. AULTMAN BUYS FINE PROPERTY others think on a favorable day they ? Chest or Razor. -

can give him a tight rub.

On Thanksgiving Day the Thompson -:,

: : Mayor Smith Decides Favor of the Bond and Conrad Sell Lot on Orange boat was handicapped by not having a

canvas top over the engine, and this THE
:i City-Will Make an Appeal to and Beach Streets.-Prlce $10,000A boat on two or three occasions was GRUBm MORRIS

Hither Court. Three Story Building.; nearly swamped. However, if :Mr. "

Coming up before Mayor Smith in the M. B. .lu!tman,* las purchased from Thompson is a participant in the contemplated & 7

city court Friday afternoon waa the Frank L. dond and F. N. Conrad, of tl>< race, he will have this matter HARDWARE COMPANY. .

case of R. T. McFadden, who was arrested Merchant's Bank, the. desirable lot at rtiteditd. _
Birehwood boat which built iuUN -F :
ft week ago on the charge of violating the corner of Beach strut and Orange The was
the business is considered ;!'c
by adepts at -<.0'I
the ordinance requiring persons avenue the consideration being about I :<
ppmly" and it is expected that she will IN WORLD'S TIME ............................................... .... Isaac A.P: to wart' 7..fOl'll Bll ':'1
selling shells, curios, etc., on the watei $10,000. COMPARISON "

front east of Beach street, to pay u The lot is one (if the finst pieces (.1 be a hard boat to beat. THE HOWARDA STEWART & BLY, }

license of $250. property in baytona, and ll..- |ti\ I INot LAWYERS

r- The verdict of the Mayor was in favor I" was the highest ever pai l for a pine 1,1 APPLICATION HAS BEEN FILED Question of Two Miles Minute Will Office in Bank Building, DicLAND, FU :I
of the but McFadden will of that '. It i is l.lmirat.l HOMELIKE PLACE. \\
I city; apptall property MZ< ) be an Impossibility on the : ATTRACTIVE Branch office over Po.-toffice. DAYTONA ]
the case to the circuit court, and hem situated in the Ix-t-t sr-ction of. the towndirwtly .

he is out on bond. opposite this City Hall anil Ormond-Daytona Beach The Finest Booming House on the East Coast. ---.
It is Now an Assured Fact that Day The Daytona
The lawyers for both the plaintiff anu across: front I the 1'cck l Iotk. j When the committee that discussed Institute,. ;

defendant had a heated argument ovc-i The prorerty i Is fifty fronting on tons Will Soon Have Its Own li and formulated the program for the Enlarged and greatly improved for the Season of 1905-6. 43 Palmetto Avenue .'

r the question as to the validity of ttu Beach Etrt-ft and has a depth of out Lodge of Elks. t' Fourth Annual Florida Ormond-Daytona I Broad) 1'orchea, Toilet and Bath Rooms Hot and Cold Water, Miss Eva May Stewart, 1'h. B.Principal /

I; ordidance. hundred and forty feet. Beach Championship Tournament met, Electric) Lights, Furnace Heat in every Room. Meals within Instruction in Elementary and Bl i

Fz T. E. 'Fitzgerald and Land & Fisl Mr. Aultman, in speaking to a representative Application has been filed with the says Morgan's Motoring Message, one ofthe one minutes walk from the house. Applications: by mail will- tloue Branches.studies Children begun at of bom tourists. may La. .
Grand Exalted Ruler of the Elks for the
: represented the city, while Judge Isaac I of the Gazette-News recently, commit said: "We want one big; leceive prompt attention. -
establishment of in of
\ Stewart, of Stewart & Bly, looked after confirmed the report, and said thatit a lodge Daytona vent that would seem impossible of ae- t

r. the interests of the defendant. was his intention to build on the site, this: popular order. omplishment.yet: can be done." "What J. C. HOWARD Proprietor.
The new lodge will have about} forty Attention Tourists :
three business block of
a story imposing charter members, and as soon as the is the matter with a two-mile-a-minute ................. .H................................s
that would be a credit to the "
appearance ace? asked the writer. "Just the
BUILDING[ EXPENSIVE CARS. town. Mr. Aultman says that the necessary documents arrive there will thing, said Samuel A. Miles: general

corner store of the first-floor will be occupied no doubt be a floud of applications for manager of the National Automobile WORK ON EAST COAST CANAL[ I Notice and.all lovers of Fine Cigars. Yon

.-; : by his gent's furnishing establishment membership in this growing and popular M lanufacturers' Association, and the i The annual meetingof the stock holders will find the largest assortment

; Automobile Experts Will Spend Thousands while there will be another order. r est il time committee chimed in with, of the Reed, Knox &: Bred Co., will!: beheld finest variety and best quality -
ground floor room which will be for The Elks as a social order is classed as Dam Gives Way Causing a Serious Set I( I
: : to Beat Records on the That's:) the real thing. ; j J at "Mouudgrove," liulow, Volasia I of '
is
the highestand that Daytona to have
rent. The second story will be fitted up Some people declared that huch a Back.-Seven Months" More Work I Co.: Fla., uu Monday. J>t.c. 4th, 1005: at .
Ormond-Daytona Beach. a lodge of its own will be glad news to
for offices and that he had
; not yet decided and time would be
ace an impoivibility) 8 u't-Iok I a. m. I.. B K.NOX,
JIL! It is speed that is wanted, with all as to what he will convert the the many who are in accord with the but the more they estimated' the po.sibility Will Finish Waterway. lEa President. CIGARS AT THE CITY HOTEl. i
of the Benevolent and Protective
- question of cost eliminated, says a New third stoiy into.' The building will cost workings i of the thing, {'.'I'ially'-when| Operations by the Const Line Canaland

; York dispatch to the Chicago .News. about $15,000, and work on the tstruc Order of Elks. t hey learnc-d that several drivers had TranMirtation| Company will be setback Bid. Reqneited' for Repair to Sixteen different brands. of of strictly I

., The automobile people are speed mau ture will begin early in the spring. I. eintracted for cars of that ruarantccil ) for two weeks" owing to the fact To Whom It Court Concern HOG.. I first-< las goods. '
Hay :
.'c and thousands of dollars, perhaps a hall That the value of Daytona property :ptd, the more they b lie\e that two; that a few nights ago the dam on the M'HK Board County Conuulasloners re-
million in all, will be spent for new machines i is increasing is fully evidenced by thiii FREE MAIL DELIVERY SERVICE. mill's'a minute' was not only a piisihil- upper Matanzos river, in the rear of the -L quest ibat biUs be submitted and tiled O EO. H. MATTHEWS, Proprietor -

which will be seen at the Or- recent deal. Daytona property is on i ity. but would very likt'I'lw a leality. drt.dge'imhet'. gave way. causing a with the ClerK: of the Circuit Court on or r
before
mond-Daytona races this winter. the increase, and if business men and The mile record (If the world is 32 4-5 fall of the earth for nearly a quarter of a to January the Court 1,1'MMi House for the following repairs cFlrst pub.Nov. S3; last pub.Jan 13) :

; Thousands and not hundreds of peopk investors want to make money, now is Postmaster Jolley Thinks That Next seconds, so the driver will only have to iu ih'. The dredge will now have to turn New drain pipes for main roof of Court Notice to Creditors.

4:$ will go down to see from fifty to out the time to buy property.Mr. Summer Daytona Will Have wipe out less than three :seconds in eacl ba k and throw this embankment up %House alleys;ou new inalu nabbing root;over new all flashing window around; new Notice Is hereby given that creditors(.

iL. hundred speed experts struggle for supremacy Aultman the purchaser is a i.Ilo i.f the two to accomplish theck-iircc' l btfoie the work can again proceed on all ctlmnevs: all leaks la main root to be a distributees amid all persous having
This Improvement. all claims or demands agalnu t he
lepitired: windows
I reputlied; all outside estve of thaate
on the Ormond-Daytona beach. young, man who has been identified with : two miles a minute perfoiinance: which this tection of the canal, .woodwork be Riven one coat of paint: l Henry P. Hand are required to present
a 250 horst the business interests of Daytona for a' Postmaster Jolley is of the opinion The tlrhlgt''imbl'e rear balcony to be thoroughly repaired and the game to the undersigned lhla two' 4
: Cars from twenty-four to I will interest the whole woild. This during the past I strengthened; all outside window sills years from this date hereof, or remain forever :
power will be seen. The people are. ot I lumber of years. lie is a young man of that next summer will see Daytona with speed will be the fastest:: aecompUVhecby month cut through more than half a where defrcci\e to tie replaced with new barr<'d. Alsoall persons4ndebted to J
ones: root of vault to be put In thorough repair the estate are requested to pay the fame
course, interested in the big care and so terling qualities, and he is destined to a mail carrier St'rvil'e.Friday anything on the earth <>r above the mile, while the month previous about I I : entire second story of court house la- U in AH. HAND .;
I become of the wealthiest businessmen morning in speaking to a Daily side lo be repaired and caJcimliied; ceilIng W. M. HHAFFNER tUecutrii.
one the
intense is the rivalry between the great eaitl. by machine, man or hast or binds same amount of work was accomplNhed. and walls of ('Ierk.'Ii vault calclmlned; cell Attorney.
;t amateurs in the field that they are even in this growing city. News representative, the postmaster '.f tl.e air. The fastest flight of a bird This dredge has already tii- ing and. walls of Clerk's office to be caleln -
before the service could be inaugurated fiountered Ineti.Time --- -
; .. now reported to be trying out new cars. said that f'f'm"ql i I is that (If a Buffalo, :Xew Yoik, c the hardest part, which consists Board of County Commissioners re-
Notice
of
i A. G. Vanderbilt is at present engagea an addition to the rear of i homing }pigeon! which was: credited fiviyears i of rock. Now it is expected after I sen: the right $to AMl reject_. JORDAN any or all, bids. Application for FlamlDUcharge.

PALM BEACH MOTOR BOAT RACE the post office building would have to be the dam is flubbed the balance I Clerk to Board .
4 in constructing a 250 horse-power cal ago with flying 100 miles at tin of the ( o. com.

&. for Ormond-Daytona, which will be constructed erected. He is of the opinion that the rate c.f about 3,*> seconds ;JMT mile, but i its wink will l be easy. Notice U hereby given that Ui month

so ai to be within the weight government will authorize this addii i interesting to note that this s-pe 'd l i is: There i is something over three miles T. E. FITZGERALD afterdate I'M, or as ,sonic to wit thereafter: on the lId!as I day can of be March heard. "'
Fred Sterry Preparing Another I iou to the building within the next few nmre to bo cut Iwfoie the 1 will make my final returns as of
limit. The gear cases of aluminum are Biz over COO) yards in I the mile faster thai canal will be executor ":
being made in Xew York at the present Event For Early in February. I months, then he says the carrier service seven other pt-ifonnances by various complete. It will be at least six oreeii I I ATTORNEY AT LAW the Keech Last deceased Mill and to Testament the County of Judge Henry ol ,
can be immediately in tallt'd. DAYTONA, FLORIDA. Volusia county .Florida and as.k that the
s months before the
time. Other fast cars are being made bird- various parts; of the country. waterway will tame he allowed and
approved and that .
in America and Americans are traveling Many Will% Contest. For some time past the town has It is not known if the pigeon is the be fiuinlicd. Associated with final discharge be trained me as sui-h ex a '
LANDIS & FISH eculor. 5, M. ISINUlUM.Jr
of this kind the
needed service for
in Europe searching for cars. L. A. Fred Sterry, Secretary and Treasurer a fatfft flyer of all birds! but it is ccrtainly It is the intention of the canal owners DeLand Florida I bept. :!. laflS EiecntorKirtt .

; Mitchell, with a letter for $15,000 is reported of the Palm Beach Power Boat Association transmission of mail, and people resiil- last, hilt must han pretty good e\entually to ha\e an open waterway Special facilities fur exHiniw'njrlaiul! title! :;;

J. going to Europe to capture the says Morgan's Motoring Message( lug in the outskirts; of the city would I weather to make good speed. from Biscayne Bay to the St.; Johns: Office in Atwood blot: Phone 1H4.: ( pub. Dec :i/; last pub. Dec.ft)

fastest, car possible for any amount ol has decided to promote another motorboat he: glad to have the free delivery st'r'ieeinaugucl1tffi The best performance of any railroad river, a dUtance of more than 370 miles. --- -- -- ---- ------- -------- Notice of Dissolution.

money. There is a suspicion among carnival on Lake Worth, Palm at an early date. train is that credited to I the KmpireStnto The management has l>een at work or (l ,'i.i.'ti';. .i.W.ttViiW;.VWii'M:1.

L motorists that this car is for John T. Beach, Florida, February 1 to 3, and to Other town in Florida of the game :; Kxpress in 1U03( : when it was Mipihetl the .stuprndoii.s undertaking for about : rOllct'rll11lat Notice hereby the partnership given to inborn heretofore It way 0

Brush, the baseball magnate. Mitchell that end has called to his assistance W. size have these impnn emeuts and it i:; )( to (or a inilelx-t\\cn N'ew York ten jeans. During this time many;obstacles : sUng between A. lt.MIlnrrandH.i.qulgg. .
THE RIVERSIDE under the firm name and si le of A '
to be that will be ) Qulgg ;
hoped Daytoua
will drive. J. Morgan, who had charge of the pre ainl I I.tiffi llI in 3MC'.IIH!is, hick time is l have bnii encountered, and the Miller is this day dhot\ed by uialual coa' *

Joe Tracey is now enroute Europe liminaries in connection with last Febru favored by the postal department.REV. not gtnciuliy l.< lived u< Hiding to t the cost of the work will run into the hun- : ..=E_ m>S. E. C. .s.unWiiLL. laneler -:-:; !busiiieaa sent the and said assuming H. K. Qulgg nil c-outiuulng llul.>llltle., and the ;

:i with money to purchase the fastest car ary's motor boat tournament. clitc.i of a luilioail paper who spoke to dre Is of thousands.Irowers : I ::: .'I"t 2: likewise collecting all outstanding bills.
( 2'a.r. 11,
tCQcica
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: possible for the Ormond meet. In ad Henry M. Flagler is president: of the tho \.rittr ulxiiit it. It \\otild, ,(> intoting (; in the southern section ot the : .. \.:) .\. K. M1LUB
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: dition to all of these well-confirmed and Palm Beach Motor Boat Association DR. FULWOOD FELL DEAD. if \\'. 1\. Yiimltibilt, Jr., would wipe state; who are not altogether pll'llSt'dI I l| Reionis from 3.1)0) Upward t.Elp.tJ.jc I. ember Daytona, A. D.Florida l'X6. thIs 27th day of NOT-

.' reliable statements there are additional The Executive Committe is composed: out ihise all,-<;t'd l hxuit--on/;; I ice()rrnorolI with the height rates on the railroads,

1' reports of the coming of Europe's great. of W. Could Brukaw, Lieutenant Hugh I)ayli.ima I lli-ach: next January and t gi proHiM| to take :advantage of the canal g Lights Baths and i; First pub. Dec 2: last puo.Jan. 2T> .'
: est drivers-Lancia with a new big L. Willoughby, Leland terry, John S. Sudden Death of Prominent Divine in the lIutolll..J.ilt"itl"'lllL) IIIU.tillu| vi'i i in the event t they find it will be to their i :: Oth \lOtlt'fU l Improvements i:

I :Fiat, Szisz with a new Renault, Duraj Clark and A. D. Proctor Smith, Theodore Ocala-Was Well Known In pumier pavilion of all: spud. makers in advantage. It is quite probable that: I. :I Overlooking the River :: Notice to Debtors and Creditors.In .

: with a new De Dietrich, Fabry with tin Donald Wells, of 32 Broadway, the uo! I id. If he (Im mrs nut do it, .some fiuitsamlcfetal>lif, that are not \cry E: Probate .(Court in and for Volusla!
,
County Florldbla
Daytona.
1 Italian, Clifford Earp with the Napier,,I Xew York, an expert| in Motor( Boatmatters body eNe surd)' will, as it is in f peiisliable! will be .sent up' t the new canal I :i 41., North Beach Street :: the matter of the };Kstaleof H. Nicer,

Jenatsy with the Mercedes and Heinery,, who had charge of the Atlantic Information has been received in this: the stars that
winner of the Vanderbilt cup race, with I Yacht Club Uegetta Committee. The city of the death c.f Kev. Dr. C. A. Ful> the way of .-|-.1.,1. will !I" auoniplNhrd t the ( IvtIe Steamship Company, 7'11mnm-:---- ,I.wm.zmWCmm1mmmt- i hat e duly hereby qualified fheii l aseici-uior that the unilcrslgoecl and ei--
the last carnival the best wood, at Ocala, who fell dead! Thursday the I Hoiida 'allllI tlii winter.It fiom there shipments will be forwarded I ::::::::........:::::::: ---- --- ----- executrix respectively of the last WIll and
one of new Darracq cars. was ever seen in (tin : ; S. flfl.S ::::::::::::::::::::::::: Testament t>f J 11. Mver, deceased and all
In the face of such reports as these i it the South and it is doubtful if any tournament while addressing; the Methodist confid is ill t'""" .ling to compare the ipeedof to castcin maikcts. I other ert'dilon.1t'galt't's and distributees and all
n
HhotuMjeter
is small wonder that the Americans are I in the :North the past summer ence. -. f locomotives which are running (hfl Neville H. Clark *kumaimdsagaiusLrbeald persou Kaiate batingclalmsor will present

: hustling and it is small wonder that L furnished more inrerestiug races than This shocking information wiflcifrrypangs fixed rails and are tin'refoie not to be >>.II II II two years the same or ItefureM-r to the barred.undersigned within

,. Ormond and Daytona are preparing did the carnival on I.ake Worth last ; ">f suffering to many he-arisi/nut ('um, ared inn the way of skill the
to take care of a mob of people winter. only here, but throughout the State, in: ; and the danger they I are in. A d I ii 1 1.A UNITE*.

; 4 Every room available is being taken I The association will in a few days which the deceased divine was well 1 Florida train iu a run fiom li-ming to I.i! : at Da> tona. Florida, this Executrix.Dated :: 2'>lb day. t!;

even now and the OrmondDaytonameet ; have its representative see all the owners L known and greatly beloved. Dr. Ful- Jacksonville is credited with two minutes An Interesting Budgetof News From ...: AW :Ii: November. 4\. D., \M'i. j

is fully seven weeksdistant.chances No of fast boats in the North, and will wood was one of,f the most aged and and thiity !ecoiuls fur. the live the tlu-tling Village to the :>>: ..., --- --- -- :- -

are being taken of failure to se issue the tournament entry blank, showing highly eri'nci'd pieachersin Florida, miles at the late of 1 1'JO::! ) miles per hour, .>u> 'I :U: First pub. Oct. ; latt pub Dec. 181)

cure accommodations. It was difficult L a program that will give all stylesof and had passed the seventieJli milestone which i is the ambitious goal automobile South. 1.:. :i.: Notice to Debtors and Creditors.

last year but it promises to be mon boats a good opportunity' to win in life's journey. He WitS moie driver are after in Florida.E.. H. I fI Mr. and Mis.( A. J. Haft arrived l lvtik lai t I i |ll| Eyes 1 Examined Free :ii:I In the County June's Court in and for ,, -

difficult this year to secure rooms, transportation prizes:: on what is coiiMdered to be the recently pastor of the Methodist Church, Thomas) <*f Nenk, the milliojiaiie.sportMiian \ fiom their Long I-Ltnd home. H il 1a* County Florida
In cue matter of the Estate: of Henry V.
for cars and even berths: down finest motor boating body of water South, in Miami, but owing to failing drove live miles; on the Florida Mr. Northcut has rented part of his if:: At (Clark's Jewelry Store. :: .I Colclougli,deceased.To .

and back. in the United States:: if not in the world.] health resigned the charge early in the Beat h hut win I tt-r in 3 minutes 23 house.Mr. .:. \ s.i. all creditors, legatees! distributee. demands -, ..,

Lake Worth furnishes a sheet of water summer and went to points in Georgia; 3-.') Mctiiids; at the rate tfit) seconds to I "'illn has put down a well for Mis.1'oelker .:...................-...._...................:................................:..............I.f aiidailotIm.against pt-ruumaliaIiig lit' }:.tate of 1'11&1111.Henry( \or'.Co. #
.
which for speed purposes cannot be excelled :- and upper Florida for the benefit of his the mile. The fifty-mile record made and1 one for C. \\'. Johnson, .....1'.f....... ........ doughdeceased You are hereby: required 10 present YO *
All the little folks in town will soon be and those who saw the last tournament health which, though impioving at first, by Paul Sarlori i on tlieOrmotul-Davtona during the )past week and is now Im-y; claims and iuauds at.III said K=.>tale. tu
the : F1U'
: undersigned at iheuttlcvof
; happy, as a circus is scheduled to com there declare that a winter relapsed later on but not sufficiently to Beach last \\mur is 43 minutes 43 :ste- with one for F. (J. Stuart, at lib cottage |: COTTAGES FOR RENT. J gerald.of Dtt>'UuiuVolu>laC'ountytlortdi

here between Christinas and New Yean I American Henley will be the outcome of cause confinement. Recently he and omls. It mu"t lie leineihbererl', how- on lIullb\\) Itch a\enue. One and within demands one year will from be forexei date nr hurr">our- claims
these pioneer tournaments. his wife visited in St. Augustine, and ever, that in making this fI'I'lInl! the Mr. Doiuloa\ has rented one of his :: six-rooiii house, J Dated this *-lh da) of I k-lolK-r. A. D., W*

: Real estate dealers report that they Among the positive entries will 1 be] I went on from there to the annual conference k- tlri\cr iiud to make four turns' on the houses to u family from Illinois.Mr. : with }bathroom, furnishJed. : Kxecuinroribe JOHN V. CtiU'lAiHiH l. TesUnienl,
hl.1111
ff have se..erallarge deals on hand which some of the fast boats that were seen i in j of the Methodist (' now 1 insession : beach. The railroad speed for 53 miles; and Mr.s. A. Baker and Miss :Stella:; Ji I of Henry V' <<<'..kl<>ugh, ito ,.all".,.d.<

.I they hope to close during the next few races in New York waters the past sun, at Ocala, aft r ui.ich he had announced L- j is: 47 minutes flat, :'(> it is :' 'tn that the aiiixed Ironic" Illinois List wcek.Sluriu : I T.Lnndlsd E. Fit/uferald Hsli.Allulll ,
:
:_ ., days. titer, together with some new boats he would go tu Miami for the automobile, notuitlistaiuling makintr: Turner was a \i.-it; < in town Also om four-roomed : ">'sfur KxetiltoiDR. .,

: whose speed is yet unknown. Florida winter. Mrs. Fuhvood wa p.es-ent at complete Will four times, the time in I last week. J collage furnished or *

:The condition of Herbert, son of Mr. motor boat builders will have at least a the time of his duith.! making of which being deducted from c 1rrullld( : came down with Mr.( Ar{: ......0060.6&0..0010.....: .

And Mrs. Ernest Mills, is improving. It I; dozen speedy boats as contenders in the' The death ..f Dr. Fuluood will be a the actual time, t-hows tlmt the automobile nold l I l.ut :Sunday afternoon. !J unfurnsihed. :

will tournament and some of the boats builton serious blow to tue hand the Mr. and Mrs. Laurie BRUSH <:
be about three weeks before the is faster thair the railroad train Savage am:I Both New. < '
j ; |
'ft little fellow will be entirely out of danger the Florida: East Coast; may surprise State, and a soirowing community extends :- The 50-mile time i by t the railway train I daughter! Florence, I Jt.Ct for Palm Beach, : : HO\ltOl'ATIlir i'IIVItl.tN.o : j i

some of the Northern owners and build sympathy find condolence to his was made. in Kughnil: on the GrtatWestern. : win're he has -('un'd a Mutation.Mr. TIUIMAS WLTIIFRELL, It
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ers. Some of the natives on the Halifax: afflicted wife and sorrowing frutem ly. Harry Fleteher drove lOll I Bellamy is shipping oranges ant I Holly Hill, Fla. i

The volume of business at the express River are rather proud of some original iiu'lrs cm the Florida bcadi last winter E. W. Uu.-h is shipping lettuce 10'w: I.t I. I : 'hrunir' IIIH-U>SU ?le1.'ialty.. :
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office is The speed boats they have built the in I hour IS minutes and 21 York. : -- .
increasing rapidly. force past::\' It i id quite ]>r<.!>,tLle that the Halifax secondor --- - '

has ss much or more than they can do, summer and there will be a general Rifles will lesume chills at the rate of 7C.7 miW per hour, whit hi Mr. Cunning and party started Monday E. L. STEWART M. D. : DR. E. R. BRUSH :
and gathering of these owners and their now that satisfactory I i is filter in average than any railroad I .in their large -loop for a ('rul'l"tuwn ,
they are kept busy until !late and
in the Physician Surgeon :
i
boats at Palm Reach
the have
first week i in arrangements In-en made : train had ever been.Vluemm it conies to south. I1FATIST.)
evenb. special alien I Ion to MseaM-gof the
: February. with the County CUIIIUlis.-illllt'rS for the longer distances the railroad train i is :
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EYE: :, l KAI: I!, 1'111:0.1'anti I : NOSE \ < '-;
:: rental of the Armory. hopelessly out of it. Editor Walton's Impression. entice and : Xo. CO) Thir.i) .h"'IIIIOppo \>, ( i

4',. .:.............-.....................:,.................. The County Cotuiuuriyuers of St.John's Every time andocate represent) a- door sittfnee north of: Catholic Palmetto Church.avendeFlrt : !' itt> I'ul.lu Sc:Lool. I'

: the \isits D.IJ'ton.i he notiics: imjro\e Telephone !M-3;
) : County, have decided to build a NOTICE.All -- 00000100010000010010001101H.
: toilets in that fmiet tureMme and IIah..u"dty. -

i Edw. G. HarrisPHOTOGRAPHER new court house at a cost of $35,000. non-citizens are required, under Many lIt.wtlll1'S\ ami I residenceshave C. C. BOHANNON -
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I Work on the new structure will commence the acts of J05 to obtain a license of )IHH-II i-rccted Cilice !his htti.it, Physician and Surgeon. H. SEELYE l B. A. M H D.Physician .

before next spring. the clerk of the, circuit. ,. court IK.forehunting and! the streets t ha\e been much improved ,
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I I nW> ov r I II' .\t WII".] I'hannac-j 1liar hstreet
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$ i any wild, game in Florida. and I thoroughly cleaned and I } and Surgeon.Siiwiiil
: I Mr.and Mr*. H. F. Butler,of England I luvroNA FLORIDA.
See chapter 5427 of the acts of I'.MJo.Chas. trash or old paper is hard to find on the U-ilitU" fur !>:trital", A R*?'
A1 are in Florida anti! for a few weeks will M. Kurtz, streets. The town has Telephone Xo. 74. I1igh l'n"Ju..u"J, I 111m \ III"'t" Ray,
an tlrdiuan'e1l i
: i be at their grove near Xarroo (iame and Fish Warden .- braturv IVriuul iimlTrwitiiienluf t'oIiiIlrt.Pi"I! .lJ
t'f' f-iey Volusia Co. t
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I !( throwing trash on the streets, En.. Ear, Suet', Throamii.minig
; Peck Block. 'Phone 91 will arrive here after Christmas fa remain Florida. and the people know the penalty if they J. E Rawlings M. D. until NVmiiiitiMii. 1iertlrnc: I ItlwUlIm&. .

:- : during January and Februar break that law. Marshal Zuber pay; I'uiH-er,'i'simmo-s, I ljism'au.es of\l OU10
CllltillkAllllirliU..
They will occupy their cottage:, Blarney .Visit the electric light plant and I strict attention to those who throw tra-h Office over Qllle's Drug Store Ottil't' at rwuleiu-c', ll'T: So. Iiidgen"ood.

i ..................................................i Castle, at the beach. see the finest baths in tlie SoiUh on Tit the lille streets.-t'imarles; Ad\ucate. H. Walton in Office Hours; 7WVa.tmk.. 1 toLWP' .
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_St. Mary's church on' Fridays at W,F. Wolfe Mills building through Smith and are '
$ Deceritb er 1! Only three weeks untiDon't wife of the station .:ar ,
,': 339 p.m. agent at Jensen, died last week. She Thomas, and Will In a few days open a Silent Salesmen. ---: ;Slit Salesmen..
"Jonas. you think it would beAriseto leaves jewelery shop. ". '. .
!**; Ladies baths at the electric light five small children.eOldIashioned ..;' ,
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present laid aside. -
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pound cake at the '
g '\Ye carry the; largebt line of strictly .
will treat
.Florida souvenir Spoons the State.LAll Mrs. ,John Sullivan left for Bessemer -i Gramling Bakery. ,. .' Hanklns you right. .

l g'tnla uixunetl rl-. If Us: new Ala.- Wednesday, after a pleasant You are very cordially invited Its at- The Druggist.
visit to her daughter Mrs. C. A. tend to attend the A. F. Freeman of lias
Sunday morning Petersburg,
r l t-e'ltave it. L II. UOWE & Co. Longe. services Anthony Brothers.
at the Baptist. Church at eleven sold to M. W. Ullman, of Largo, and

J. W. Wilkinson has' sold the "Bon o'clock. others, doing business, under the firm ,
-. Air Farm hame of Ullman Rawls and Co.
,
formerly the Mercidantsi I 10,000
'
: Clirptl1t.e1'S are at .work building a :, .
vSi snail addition to the CedawT property, on Second avenue to R. W. Jacob Gimlich, owner of ,the. Colonnades acres of land in ilillsborough County, '. .' ,

yr..> .r Rawlins. is expected here within a few or't the price oT$26,000. I "Outfitters

W. E, Longe and family are in Orlando days from the north, accompanied by As a demonstration that advertisingpays to Men"ANTHONY'S ,
visit E. t\Vinted-Competant girl for
; on a to A. Richards. his family.
_
<,. candy counter. J. Bingham &:; Thompson inserted a .. -. .
A. Shanks.
.; Mr. and Mrs. \V. M. Shaffner spent \V e can show you the handsomest local in the Gazette-News a couple of ...... .- ..
several dl"slast wtek in Orlando visiting Mrs. Peter Siems and her weeks stating that
twopns arrived of ago rooms ill the
prices cut glass and silver that
tl- Mr and Mrs. Dudley.Leave here Tuesday from Ifc Paul, Opera House block were for rent.. Dr. ..
have ever been shown in this
Minn., and are again located in their city. I lough ton read the ad. and as a result
:>r your orders for Xmas turkeys Clark the : .
Jeweler.
handsome home. t will the rooms dental -
occupy as parlor.. ,. .
Birchttood's. 18-3 \ .. ,
.
Miss Annie L. Burnett, of Lake City Mrs. Bernard'nas accepted .the posi- Dr. E. H. Armstrong Jacksonville .

Sim Bennett, arrived Monday from Fla., after spending a week here with tion of stenographer at the Clarendon ,.the well known Eye and : .
\orw th, Conn., and has accepted a her for .
has the
position sister She
accepted a position in season. filled. the. same :
Nerve Specialist will
make -
a .
aa night ticket agent at the depot. Mills Ice Cream parlor. place last year. per
sonal visit to our town at the ,
Troy ; .
T. F. Drudy has-resigned the office of :
Notice:-You can get dry pine L. T. Rogers arrived here Tuesday 110 on Dec. 24. t41r .
County Surveyor, andY. A. McBride
of Seville, has been appointed to the, and oak wood at 113 North Beach from Plainfield, N. J., and will spendthe SHOES .
office. Street Phone 37. 21-6m season here with his brother, D..9 F. II. Houghton has leased the ,
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Rogers and family. .. :1 quarters formerly occupied by the Palmetto .

ilaansfield: butter at Birchwoods. Mrs. B. Z. Snowden, has arrivedin Clab in the Opera House block,
28-3. Daytona and will spend the win- The Holiday assortment of Water and will convert them into dental par- Are known and accepted everywhere as the most decided advancei

ter here with her husband, who is man's Ideal Fountain Pens is: now ors. Work has already been commenced I
.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Burgoyne arrived manager of the Daytona Furniture on display at their ageney Clark's toward making the necessary repairs I '

; here Tuesday, from the north* ;, a d Company.C. Stationery store. t and changes and Dr. Houghton expectsto styles.We

are again comfortably }located iI ir O. be ready about Christmas. '
home.A v Chamberlain, the well known The United are showing the same smart shoes here that we will-
l JtiV 1111 *and proprietor of the Falnetto States court for the south- McCoy Brothers have romplt'tfdthe- .. ,

new bulletin board has been erectedat House, returned to the city Sunday ern district of Florida, convened in ;.
later show Palm Beach.
improvements to the steamer "Uncle
at
the fetation: thereby giving more from Maine, where he s't the Jacksonville, on Monday with one of .
room for the time and information of summer and fall. the largest dockets ever known.A Sam," and the boat will shortly be put

trains. into use. She will be used for the To-
You will find the Holiday displayof sailing craft about fifty feet in

What in Lily Water? Call at jewelry, cut glass and silver, length, for Alderman Fred. Lundy, of noka trip and the run between here and j Come in and look through our stack.AnthoDy

Coney Island arrived here Thursday.The New Smyrna on alternate days. A .
electric
the
.
light plant.It handsomer than ever ,at Clark'sJewelry .
boat was .immediately put into buffet service will be run in connection
Is announced that Mrs. Helen Wil- Store. J use.
with the boat.
mans Post will leave s shortly for Los- .
James W. House the contractor, re- :
t"' Angelos, Calif., where she expects to turned Monday from Jacksonville. He' Dr. Armstrong, in person, can be The Masons, who went to Titusville

locate. brought with him some trimmings for seen at the Troy Hotel on }Dec. 24 inlegardto Wednesday; to take part in formation :.. .- .. . .

Mr, and Mrs. Myron Peck, returned the Bullet residence which he ia build- ally e'e'or nerve tumble. uf the Indian Hirer Royal Arch Chapter .'
the successful formation of this .
Saturday from .Miami, where they ug. He says the house will] cost in the Positively only on data named. t report .' -' .,
of the lodge there. Several candidates '
part
a't have bft-n on a wil to their daughter, vicinity 7000.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin 1a."Unl'Pd R. I traveled the rugged roads, the .
4 Mrs. Fred Ah<'t' .'I'Il. Louis S. Briggs, of Xarragansett Pier, I I.[ Wall left this afternoon fu; J8avana, work being performed by the degree .

For I.i-ycle lobansapply to Prof. It. I., has accepted a position at Birl'ltI Cuba, from which point tht.1 will go to team or the Halifax Chapter Day toua. .. .

} Joseph Culjir, I1. 0. 15..X :!11). I wood's meat market. Mr. Briggs is an the Isle of Pines. Mrs. Wall will followin All were royally entertained, and the .. .
expert in his line and his friends are a week. ItUbVille brothers as entertainers are

Mrs. W. C. Siuitli has arrived here glad; to have him here.YeBtinghouse known have
not to an equal.
William B. Reed has
forte of
from Palm Beach to ;pond the season. a men

as She has assumed; the duties of stamp A \ engine with direct at work clearing his two lots on Rollins Dr. E. H. Armstrong, the eye and. rat
connected 250 Lane, at Daytona Beach, expecting to 'e'r's ;
dynamo lights
4 ileik] at the |st office. ; nerve specialist' of Jacksonville has
build an eight room cottage at some
airs E. II, Houhkiss and family ar- Cur sale. Alouzo White, garage, palmetto time in the future. ,. been making a short trip down the

rivad jLttrday evening from Norwalk near Bay. tf. }list Coast and has been meeting
An automatic lifting machine has -
Conn. 'I..cy will n ule this season in R. M. Knox, of Uoopston, Ill., accompanied been placed near the pu:>tofl rt'. Yesterday with such grand success! and the I
a cot tat Jt tXiytoii.i ltau.li."Dug : by Mrs. Knox has arrived in the
at intervals there was a crowd on I demand has been so great for his

r Cullais" are the'r)' latest city to spend the winter. The hand, each one trying to see: which sprvic's. that he bas decided to Anthony"" Shoes Anthony's Shoesare

r neck ornaments, ask to see them: at gentleman expects to begin the con- could lift the heaviest weight. make a short return trip at a near are
struction of
a residence Myrtle avenue Silent Salesmen.
4 Clark's Jewelry Store. tMr. atom early date. Dainty cakes for dainty lunches late: ; dates of which will be given Silent Salesmen."We .

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at the Gramling Bakery later. :::
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a and Mrs. Will Garland, accom- :
Dr. F. H.- Haughtojvof is ,_,_ ---- ------ -
,t panHtl by their children; len Sunday jn the city and is making arrangements I I u
for Wellington I). C. where will -
,
they
to open a dental office here in the near "
remain until after the holidays.The SeiithrEarReal --
future. Dr. Houghton has a numberof T----- ... ; --- e I

foundation for a new cottage forJ. friends in this! city who will] be gladto v. -- ->

t). C. Morris, on Ivy Lane, has been have him here --"' ;
/ .
laid and the work of the build "
erecting i
Our stock of stationery is most
ing will be pished rapidly ahead Fine loeaiion} and
comer Ridgewocxl Magnolia Avenues.
complete. Hurds Cranes, and Eaton I
Thomas
r "Full line of the National Biscuit lurlburts are our principal lure mil Electric Lights, Sanitary Plumbing Baths and all

CVa goods at the Gramling) Bakery, Clark's Stationery Store IMr. i modern conveniences. Table the best'the market af j

Mrs. E. A. Portlier and children, who fords. Large nicely furnished rooms, well lighted and : '
.a and Mrs. M. Wagman, of Saratoga .
have been here the guests of the fur.mtr'li .
Springs, arrived Tuesday: afternoon heated Southern exposure., For rates. apply] to'. .
sitter, Mrs. D. A. Blodgett lefty
and will spend the winter here. Mr. Esfate and Insurance.Three
Monday for their home in Cocoa. .
-
Wagman has leased the Fountain City MRS. JOHN B. PARKINSON, ,

Mr. and Mrs, Alfred G. Weatherlwr of Hotel and will immediately take possession
Owner and
Proprietor.
Worcester, Maas. announces the engagement of the place. locations
Beach Street best business at
pieces property ,
of their daughter Helen Leland, .
:- to L. Colby Pinkerton of OrlUlind.1I111ila Antonia M. Lopez, of West Palm

Gift Beach, arrived here Monday from St. Bargain Prices. Let us show you our list of property in. our auto. . .1 + + + . .. .
Books a large assortment in the I .
Augustine, to accept a position I : .
to choose from, or we will Russell Pharmacy. Mr. Lopez has a'' : EDWARD E. PIERCE. .

order what you want. Clark the number of friends in this city, who am II .

Stationer. J glad to have him here. I II SMITH & THOMAS: :
I I :

-' E. (1. Choate, of Minneapolis, Minn., sllave you tried the Gramling I. Real Estate Fire Life and Accident. Insurance. IE: EtTIICAL CONSTRUCTION. |

,w expects} to arrive here about Dec. 30th, baked beans and Boston brown .

with three Winton touring cars for use jread. If not try them at once. PETERS BLOCK, DAYTONA, FLORIDA. of All Kinds.
| Supplies
in the livery business at Daytona. No. 239 N. Beach street.M. -- =_._---= -,--_-.---:s--- t

Mrs J. B. Moore and I daughter arrived Truckers that thl'YH're badly The show windows of the tw stores from Fridays'Uaily. 9
:iCord B. Aultman and Dr. J. H. Pierson, report FINE FIXTURES. .
here Monday from llm, in need of rain and the showers of the Anthonys': Block, are beingt. in position C. H. Whitner, of Jacksonville, Wit .
celebrated their'21st (?)birthday Monday
Conn., and are again pleasantly! located: evening at the Cedars. Refreshmentsand past two days came at the opportune) today. in the city yesterday.P. ,
FAIR PRICES.
at tlu ir home, corner Orange I"lhdge- time. Daytona and its t.ubuib.4 have
times re indulged in, and resident of Oak Hill
I 1) ,
past Barker a
wood Dr. and Mr-t. J. I of Colorado
tit cones I many well kept gardens and they look Sulby,
the time was pleasantly spent. There exceptionally well. Springs, ('010., and Mr. and Mrs. D. 15. is lure attending to business affairs, I '! "a

v |1Dr. J. H. I'ierson, Dentist Peck were only a few attendance. I Woodward Lawrence, Kan., hare arrived QUICK SERVICE

Block, opposite South Bridge, 'Phone Wade H. Jones of Titusille, who willi I *Pecan trees for sale, 2 and at Seahneze to fpend: the season. / H. B. Xet-1 agent for the Southern . . . . .

108-:' r. Residence ,19-3: r. arrive here on the 15th to spend the old year buds of Frotc.her egg, the They have leased: the Navajo cottage I bud- .

whiter will open a curio store in the best flavored of the large nuts. ,.Passes I : ( >(l)
4 E. L. Xeel of Cocoa, agent for the Smith and :Thomas, the real estate
Anthony Block. He will bring along all spoken for. Nelson and Charles M 1. Kertz and A. J. Mitchell,
Southern Express Company at that dealers, have JHIIchased a Cadillac fifi f '
Tr with him a real Seminole Indian, who .. 'Phone
, point pmt Sunday in the city with his will manufacture moccasins in the store. Texas Prolific ready xt fall. machine from McCoy Brothers..t Their were among the prominent: DeLand'ii NOVELTY ORKS 70

brother, I1. B. Ne -l who id agent for the nov2om2 E, N, \\1" \Ulltfl hone. ,recently died, but now, they intend tors here yesterday. .

company in Dajtona. Now is the time to pick out your to use the horseless: carriage, '
An old copy of the New York Organ, I Mr. and Mrs \\'. A. Norton,of Buffalo, E. DILLINOHAM, Proprietor ;:

Dr. Potter and E. D. Langworthy returned Xmas gifts before the rush is on ourstock a vainer devoted to morality/ ,':education,. ... Miss: "LouLe;; :Hyile of Mariette, Ohio arrived the city last night. They art'lo'a'tl' FIRST STREET NEAR FREIGHT DEPOT .(.
Monday from u hunting trip in is now on display and am sure temperance ami literature, was j : .
pure and"MkilxTith Elliott, who hare lwt'ul in their cottage on Loomis ENLARiEl( AND NEWLY EQUIPPED: FOR PLAMXfi, SAWING RE- ,.u
the northern end of the county. They we can please you. Geo. II. Clark, brought to this office yesterday hy' G.I I.
attending school in Staunton, Virginia, a\euue.Mr. R\WINO, TURNED WORK OF ALL 6LI(f)8. WISDOJtOl( t '
brought home two deer as a result of feweler.Work W. Hull w-hu. found it while tearing 'i
.
+ I FRAMES, SASH, !DOORS STORE FRONTS, COUNTERS CAB ;
their expert markmeuship. down the Jackson house. The Organ I armedyenterdayfor the winter. Miss I I and Mrs. A. J. \\% \'er and their l \\'ORK.IHUCKETS.. COLONIAL COLUMNS with Plain f fl

has begun on the third story of bore the date of October 27, 1S49. It Hyde will 1* a guest of the Elliott family daughter, Miss Emma Weaker, arched .
Our stock of watches this year is"el'Y | or Carved C'apilota. We Make the BEST MOULDlNi-T-( ;; ;
' the new Hendricks" Block. It was the was a sixteen.page paper in magazine at the Jolly_ Cottage on Palmetto here last night from Buffalo, to spend (
large both in ladies and gents g Always Bright and Smooth:) Eitbt-r Pine or Cypress. :
original intention of the owner to only form and the typographical appearance I ""
Avenue. the season. Ij No Advance In PrioM. although material hat from 40 to
and reasonable. but he finds gone up
our prices are very erect a two story building, l looked excellent I
that he tenants for the other A. C. Littleton of Kairlin, Indiana, S 80 per cent. We Screen your house and guarantee the fit. i I
Call and see for )'of,self. Geo. II. can get The Colonnades at Seabreeze opened. 1
? Clark, Jeweler. J floor, and hence the change in his plans. Baked beans at Gramling Bakery early in the week fur the seasunof 1905- i accompanied by his family, were any tgI . ..A8XJXlXMMXiX8)i )).!XSI)>:lSXSXSxS> x.o!: !) mLa \ !;.
The Daytona Masons on the eveningof today -. '..* 06, under the management oLileorge:' II. I the arrivals last night. They will resideat 1
J. H. Allen, of the Halifax Bennett, The hotel is (Juer the best
Commodore hha La Sha
December 20th will hold an important E. M. Holman, Worcester, Mass., Daytona Beach. ,
g River Yacht Club left for this .
Tuesday appointed in 1'ot'<'Iiui"d.uQdllubt- :
at which time the annual has purthasrd'aTorty foot. front t'li Pal-
meeting,
.
Tampa, where he will receive his hand- edly the place will .eioy a handaomapa'tronage Mr, .,Emma; .R. Jefferson, of Mont- '
erection of officers will take place. The metto s\'t'nite." south of the Baptistchurch :
some launch, and In ing it to Daytona.He installation of the newly elected officers through Smith & Thomas. It ,.an :Otl\'II.6! the. season faiilyopens. clair, X. J., will arrive here on the 15th ROY LA SHAt Beach St. Electrician. : i
to be absent about ten days.L. The hotel staff counts of the
expels will be held on St. Johns Day, December is the intention of Mr. Holman to beginat to remain during the ea.son. She will

"fir a C. McCann has rented the Gill 27th. an early date the construction of Iifourt..tn following,experienced Clerk; James people Small: head I). E.i porter LFergu.son \ .occupy, : her cottage on, North Beach Fine line of Table Lamps, both Gas and Electric

property and will shortly; open a first- room flat, to cost severalthousand street. Phone 93
; make them.
Do not put off having your eyes dollars. ; Miss Nellie Weed stenographer; Beautiful fixtures, we
class restaurant. Mr. Me Citnn i is an experienced .
Mrs. L\ W. Hodges, housekeeper; I D. B, Lily E. Burke, impersonator and
all
caterer and hails!: from Mackinaw tested, I am now fitted up with gets services hour. Lamps, Shades and
any
F. D. Miller, of the Illinois Central Matheson, steward; James; McIntyre, reader, appeared at the Epworth Hall my

Island. Smith(: Thomas rented the modern improvements to makea and E. J.. Walker, .of the Nashville\ chef; C. E. Prince headwaiter.The last e\eumg. ,Her witty efforts were Batteries for sale, Fixtures exchanged.
the '
a' store. thoroughly scientific examination. Chattanooga and St.-Louis Railway: I I well put forth and were appreciated by 1

Place orders. for Boston Neville H. Clark Eyesight Special- with headquarters Atlanta were in the Times-Union of Thursday says:
your business this week and were "Mr. C. 0. Chamberlain, for years with those in attendance;) J' .. . .. . . . . . .. .
city on LaShaG.
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brown: bread and baked !beans with st.. ,, LaSha
the callers at this office. Mr. Walker was the old St. James Hotel of this city, now Mr. and Mrs E. Van Orsdale of Elmira .

Gramling BakeryA The first of the Thomas Hendrickson< formerly stationed at Jacksonville, and of Adirondae( Inn, Saeandaga Park, New York, are here for another -- ...--

t'k sub }pound in the southern section excursion parties will arrive In Jacksonville he will again make his: headquarters : N. Y., in the Adiruuduc Mountains, during season, having arrived yesterday after S. FARLrEE \ i'

{ of the dty has been Luilt, and the mar- on the 15th, from New York, via there after the 15th. the toUIllIllt'r.aud winter proprietor '

shad in shaking I to a News representative the Clyde Line. These excursionistswill : of the Palmt'tto House: Daytona, Fid., noon. They are at thtir home on South Painting, Decorating> Paperhanging.;

says that the people who reside inthat remain in the state for.two weeks.. Mrs. R. II. Millar wishes to announce ,arrived here yesterday. Mr. Chamberlain Hidgewood. '

vicinity had better look out for Their itinerary includes a trip along theEast that she has seemed a very will be pleasantly remembeied by F. G. Tire and family, arrived in Daytona Nw 1905 Wall Paper, the largest and hamtanuAt i liii? it wall paper

their swine. Coast, with a stop at Daytona.All competent and experienced operatorin many Jacksonville people. During his yesterday for a short stay. From samples ever shown in'Daytona. Imported and domestic goods
.'... I long residence for so.many wintt'rs. with from 5c to $5,(K) per roll. 3000( new designs to select from. Interior:
Best line of toilet goods in the the leading Imported and art of chiro poly who can be seen I'his pleasant: and courteous treatment. to here they go to Ponce Park to spend a decorating- specialty. Northern mechanics employed.Office .:

,, city. Domestic Perfumes. daily at 122 South Beach St. Corns I, all, he made many warm friends. He portion of {he winter. They hail from and Shop, 32 Myrtle Avenue. DAYTONA, FLORIDA. : .

Hanklns, The Druggist Hankins The Druggist bunions &c treated. t Mill open the Palmetto House, Dec. 15." .Cs.nAtr. .. .'.. .. w* ; New York.. ,

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:3 P. WaAMi', Proprietor.tti 4'W1UNgt .C.;Ev40HJ3TON:; Proprietor, .s1 J
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B. AM fc Atte 4 the Or- L ;
k .& $2.00: pr Daj-ftnd Upward 1''I I Rubber- .Tire Carrfsfe*. ; Isc HOf" ec.-ef&&J Dri1 >

Special to Begul* Boarden. .. t.1 4 .a JO Ii D.C.IS... 19 549. M S'JI 21 moaiMfejrtotui Race Med \ :, <-Y 'c ; ;
.4 3 40T40 .. 10 $ 01 823' We areVell equipped for-"Straw Rides. The fkeet turaouta la the t<
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This Year.
H 4 "U.lOla| | PASSENGER-EXPRESS ::
'I j| 40 8 .... a '1014 10.. t..r SPECIAL 1 'Bnaet meet all trains and take passenger to any part of tb city. -'3
r U 9 94. .. 2111711fl There will be general disappointmentamongthefriends'andacqiisiatanees SI
IiI ,' .II. .7 1144 1028 1119 1039 "" t. ute 131ft -100 of STEAMSHIPS. Trunks delivered promptly; Stables opposite Public SchooL

New Harness a. 111M .I'. 15r 108 1M* Sir-Thomas R. Pewar, wteJt is known S Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the I
1 10 1)01) IU9 : ISO
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a II 1237 1 MIU 28 > 40 that the.famous British sportsman will S coast. I IImportant
a li 116IS a 29 IS44SS: 'NO OVERCROWDING. :
: and Repair Shop. a 1H 1 1"A lU :34S14 W) 458 411. not be able to visit the UnIted States : STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED .
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sis 400 this winter, says Morgan's Mortoring : on these imps,as no ticket will be sold to exceedS : .

., A .F. Chandler_ a a 1i.:1 L I I 460 59 444 SIS Messenger he had originally intended the number of berths, or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus injuring I _

to. Those people that had. an opportunity4 : all passencera individual service! and attention.

baring bought out J. A. Erickioo & Co., High. tide heart fatten or*Tt..r low Ud- ,,' of seeing the many-sided Brit- : PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY. : 1- '
Se f Schedule of in Florida Times-Union.) _
fjfEft R can be found OB Cottage avenue, back oft .................,... ....... iaher, Who is the close companion of Sir :S LOWEST(RATES< TO NEW ships YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH : '

City Hotel Thomas Lipton, and an intimate acquaintance : Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL through the '. Lre '

All kind of .' qf.King Edward .England, S FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS." SS ; __
can readily understand and believe Sir Through tickets sold to all Northern points. For information : ?

Harness and Leather Goods 10 DOZEN Thomas when he says that the losg to : regarding attractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservations, : (/
S tickets, etc., apply to SS lkatt'
Barnes and Shoes made and repaired. him through not being able 'to see the S 214 West Bay Street, 1

j Call on u. when wanting anything in Florida and Cuban tournaments is great.It S AVir; PYE. Agent, Jacksonville, Florida. : '

\ our line. i i-not generally known, but it is a SS Geo. H.Clark, Local Agent DaytonaFla.LO'OISILLE ." .

ALL WORK GUARANTEED. S7.50JUGTBAOIEASPtCiAlTY fact nevertheless, that Sir Thomas De- SS.........0..................eSe. .SSSISSSSSSSSII... ; .

war is not an ornamental member of the \ 4, eP,1 -:

i British Parliament, but a moat active .
74Oj
: one and a strong supporter of not only ,
N. ERICKSON .-- 'r -
V the Government, but also of Joseph & mmm 11 .f ww ._. -:

I CJu.mbtliJn/whose ideas of tariff reform $ 'I. #1'
Cabinet Maker and .- -
.' I the Scotch baronet supports loya ily. Asa I ...

I speaker, Sir Thomas Dewar won new .- !
laurels a t the banquets tendered him in -
Woodworker cJ& Daytona Pressing and tills country, last winter and also at Or- \ Best Line to Birmingham, Nashville, Memphis ,_ 4ct7oe0'


DpPTs and ,Window Screens, Picture Cleaning Establishment, m clever nd,impromptu Florida, when address he in made response that to Knoxville, Louisville, Cincinnati, St.) IL iisa. 94'?

UonldiofB ad. to order. All kinds of Ladle and Gents cItt" <<:1."KU..d. PU'I't .
the presentation of a souvenir of hia
alco &Jrt'lI'lI liJlJ. Louis Chicago and all points North and
Furnit Jtepalrlllldone op' short notice el and ihed, < visit. 1114

: At nfpnable Cottage Avenue pricsa. Daytona Fla. BENJAMIN DE LYONS. Sir Thomas DtourTites W. J. Morgan West in through cars. Four Slings: Each Week

# 4B7>> Bt-a.'li tit.:; l Day tuna, Fla. as follows:
"I han to own receipt of your favors BETWEEN
ONLY line Florida St. Louis with
from
1* of September 27 &nd October 11. 1 operating through sleepers to

Portland, Oregon, ,Exposition 'WlUluu$will&nd XiulUa cure IwUsg Blind.P1U have seen S. F, Edge, and have had | dining car service. JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ::1

I IES I,absorbsth tumor. long conversations with him in reference ,i
I ONLY line from Florida to Calling at Charleston, S. C., both
r I ISdLlng ai once,usa to the Florida races and the question of operating through sleepers Chicago. ways.
j give ioiunt re- THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE. -t
liet Dr. WUllams'IndUnPlUOint- freak cars. 1 quite appreciate what
men'prepared for Pile ud Itch- you FINEST dining-car service in the South. The New and Southern
of the pmtte pans. Ererr box: Uwamnied. ay of the difficulty of classing cars, as Clyde England Lines. -4

SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. s.tpt o.Rrlce! $8. cents By drunlsts and fl.oo bJ mall WLLlirHlf on( re-- freak cars are admitted in the races pro Through tourist sleepers to California.For Dirw Service Betwttu I
CAL. Uf UTUUI8 CO.. Props. Cleyelud. OWo. vided they are within the international JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE
k Los ANGELES AND ALL LASIEKN: POINTS.
For sate by Lee RuuellSeaboard I I weight classification, but I do think thatif inforwation as to rates to all points NORTH and WEST schedules Calling at Charleston both U aye. -

DENVER, 'COLO. some reconsideration of the rules were SEMI-WEEKLY SAILI OS. ,

Epworth League Convention Jul. 5-9 made, limiting cars to those of commer- and full information, call or write, Southbound. . . . . ... ... ... . From Lewis' Wharf, Boitoi
much NortbbfiQBd. . . . . . .. ,from foot Catherine street, JackmvlH
cial form it would
,
give greater
Air Line
; DENVER COLO. inducement to manufacturer of foreign .1
GEO. E. HERRING Florida Pass. l
:; G. A. R. Encampment September countries who enter their racers for com Agt.
...FOR. CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.
petition.
206 W. Bay St, Jacksonville: Fla,
VERY T LOW ROUND TRIP RATES Savannah, Columbia, Richmond, "I have been looking forward to the Between Jacksonville and Sanford I

trip to Florida, but discover, after con- STOPPING AT PALATKA, ASTOR, ST. FRANCIS, BERP'FOBD, (DILUIJ) _1
Camden, Southern Pines, Raleigh, sulting my political party, that the next and Intermediate LamLiigs ou ST. JOHNS RI VCR;
-VIA-
i Washington, Baltimore, Phila. session of Parliamentwill be a very Florida East Coast Railway, Steamers; "City of Jacksonville" and "Fred'k DeBary"

delphia and _New york.:....... .... eventful on,, inasmuch as the Government appointed to sail u.. follow,,: Lpuif JatLxumllf dciilyp\cept tlurdaj0tat

Illinois Centrall R. .It. will go out of power an ,'an appealto 3:30 p. in. Retui ning leu\e Sanford, daily eu-|>t Sunday at 9.30 a. m.
fE1! TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY: the country will be made. It is; important Lsol Time Card No. ft Corrected to Sept. 1,1 1915. 'b.Bo.aa.i-: I Northbwm4

that all supporters: of the government Kcad Down SCHEDULE i Reid lip'

SEABOARD EXPRESSand should be close at hand, as IWIH-801III&-BEA0 BOWM. NOBTM-MUM&-BEA0 UP. Leave 330pm':........... ................J ad(Soil"IIIt'............................''Arm* 2 UO a m

: CHOICE' OF ROUTES. they will be required at any time in j .. 8 45 p in!!................................Palatka................... ............,Leave 800)p m
t SEABOARDS MAIL February, for there is no saying when e. 8e Ye. s'u.'l'lon ;.. 7io.! il 3 uu) a n. .._............................ Astor................................' 380 P DI a
Two Trains Daily, Atlanta to St. all, ) UI Jo Dalll 1)11, 4 30 a m.............................St. 200pm .: f
Louis in connection with W., & A. II II n the dissolution will come, and as a sup. I 00 P i I6 ..L' ____._Jecksourlllo... 1 'II Pt 1'6011I'1 .. i I ..................... ...'. Frand/.I( ) 100pm( .
porter of the present Government, I I pI 94a&I'.. ____So J klO..t k'.::,_ LytI 1 U P I U Arrive 8 30 a riij I................................ 980 a m
c R. R. The only Through morning Modern Pullman cannot be out of London at that time, I I lUpi1l3J'a"s U P 111 to i ____.____L..li&sUgs.ilL .UlIa II".__.______ "4'I I ou II $49a43p '1 'II aI .' 10:00 a ni ............_............Enterprise............................... 10.00am

Sleeping Car Atlanta to St. Louis. will be required.This I 118 P .. -.........-- 1&., lll tth -.-...-- ,. 4Up1 S2aQ
: ;' For fall information, dates of sale EquipmentOnly as every supporter 10 I 16 p112 lIjAr ..____.llllalh.__.__._ 4 lOp I 09 a CO GENERAL PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE 122 VEST BAY ST, JACKSONVILLE,
circulars would mean that if I went to Florida I U5 P I 11 n aiLs ____...r&1aka.. ..__......._.. L'I 5 00 y ....!.UI c j _
rates, tickets and descriptive Line operating 'daily through I should be one of the undesirables '0 I 24 p 2011 tIAZ ____.iIiw .XIi"'O. ._" ,,,,, LrJTIOP,... _
Addessc J found wntingese iallv '- .,...... t. .. ... _, .. L'I Ilopi O.&L.. ,'_-. ..---. --.a-- __._' &.. y ._..:: t 60 a __ F3I.IBONMONGERJR., .\f:8t.Gm. Past Agt. 15J VVfctIaj? St., Jacksonville Fla
sleepers from Jacksonville! .__ 9" :. aj 1&UJ': iu-- 1-Ir ___._.... _____. CDp W. G. COOPER J R., Frt. \gt. C. P. LO VELL, Supt.
." T V Act. \ .. Iii 2 U P L )7"11. Lv3ZTP 6Q 14S
i'h-JTrav.: '>t>am-R I ... .-.. .,.. .1 icutiou. the next- time I go to Florida, to ., CIa P 12 '" .... __._.Jlulilieia _.-.__.._ ... I 8.. II 6 sao Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla.
..... 1 na. I lSp U ;I/ ...__.__Dup.lI.___ .l 3 it PS 6 A.C.HAGERTY Gen'l East'n Pate. gt., New oik.
17'Prior St., ATLANTA, GA. spend some time there and eventuallygo 41 p I 2 P .. __ _.Ormol__A"_ I 3 1U P a 611 "'V'., CLYDE MILNE, GenPial Fn-ight Agent New York.,
Q U ___.__.DIo _._ 3Upv.p 61. ,
111111 along to Cuba. II 181i'.. ..._.......PQI1or&iAg.) 'II& __- 'II"Issue 456 ..1I THEO. 0. EQER Wfl. P. CLYDE & CO.,
"Under the circumstances I have hadreluctantly .. tI P 2 1o1pI IsPILe ......._..._._... aa&rra................. 2 *vp 4 1.C General Manager, General AgentaChestbroiigh
For full information and sleeper reservations 1i 21 8 .e pU.. ....LakeBeleu.._..._ LT U Up 6 10 II ... Building, 19 Stat St.. New York.
: S. Gove tall on any Seaboard to consider this question -:: 11111 a 3 61 P1 __..._ .Or.ollo City_.._.__ .". I Ii 13 P I Aii
H. seriously} and postpone my visit 18" 4 OO.P __.0l&1I&1t City JUII4U Il....._. 11:11): P 6 0L.
agent, or writeA. very .: 8 i6 2 P Lf M".__....)1.. I IIJrll........_._ Lv2su II 'Q6C
ABCHITBCT. BCILDKB A XD COXTRACTOB.E 0. MacbONN ELL until some future date. Pleasant recollections 10 00 Ii 211 II _...._.Oak KW"..,.._...._. 1 U JI :S ill ...
of that beautiful country are 1989)) 90 P U -... ...... TtsUllIw .................. .. 11p $00a SOUTHEEN RAILWAY.
: .idem; and office. northeast corner ol Assistant i General I'agaenger Agent, i C 9 00 ._.._. U ____ kQllml _....._.._..._ tTllQ IkI a TgOOo (II
and Vol la avenueu. : S. C. BOYLSTO, J B., Paseenger Agent: still fresh in my memory .so strongly _........ ts00.Lv.ann'rO....._.._....__ .lr ..._..... so 0
-: Bidgewuod FLORIDA. that I look forward to another visit. I 111 Ii 10p Lv _....._ TU.aT1l14t ..._...._ LT lliP 3 00 =
1 Phone 89. Daytona, Florida I JACKSONVILLE. rlkk will 11 U 4 09 P II ,_ __.._OOCOL___.._..._ .. 11 Ii P 2 III
I hop that,the question of cars .. un 413'l .. __ Roctled,.__ U 1111I II fl6 Two Trains
1
.. .. .. -1 Daily to Washington&NewYork.
that from .IJ 111S up -..... Gs1Is...__ IliSa 1" "
be modified so competitors 11 GI 4 u1 II __ _.elbollr ....__..._,.. .. 11 45 a k :!
.......................... I this country will have an opportunity of U 1151 I Sf P II _.A._lIebalUU ..._..._. .. 11 ..,,1 Q .....
1 It 5 11I.p _.__1\. Lucw....__ 111 U U 00 = "New Yo k and Florida Elprt' s" "Wabliingtou and Florida Liiuittd"
taking part in the races. .. 111 S 45'P II __lor'1'1i1' ".'_".._ .. 11) 16 "I 11 13 P .... I
,i Blacksmith to C I 11 1 9p .. ____ Ti&lDaJa _.._ __ .. 9 IIU 11 U p C'Ia
Shop road
New "The Vanderbilt race seems -= I 2S ,f 11 .. ___.__...1eo..._____ .. 9 :It.. 1111 II I '10- No. .<4 N-: : I I To Chatanooga No.11W"tl.h.g9n
have been a \ery great event and has 22 lIt .. __ J.nii. -.___ .. 521t11$ W N.Y& I W&FJ I Cincinnati I Florida
U I III I 2 II ___... 'SU&rs..._. .__ II II 11 a1 11 040 P 0 and New York Ha Ex LJui'd.I audChicaCo Llinird
: And Fountain City Wagon Works. been well recorded in all the papers here; I U S lit I 6&'P .. .Bobu out___ S U & 111 IIM Lv Ilk 'lona.' .. 4 4':Ii. 4 :Mlp. Iv IlliJlliua .... ..... .. .... 4 SOp
in fact it has been a matter of great interest 121 .16 .". _.......Weal Jilpuer...___ .". I 36.10 l' 1'1y. Lv $LAuutIne----------, alia ij lop i i 1,%' hi Aut'iiiliiie .. ....... S up
I II __._.W... 'aba 1Ieac .__ f 611" II U .. .... ..
has opened a Blacksmith Shop on Orange 06 P Ii Jacksonville : !I 5.u :.r.11 I : Ju'k""JI\III" 165p
undersigned .
The =
\ I not only to motorists, but to the 4 n. 9 II .. __JIoJnSOD_____ I 7 5 4 .11I P Ar Washington. ..... ..... \. ;u II f p I ArChalluiuHJga, Tcuu .. 9 651
between Ridgewood and the railroad.near the Bond .. 4 n 8 2* .. _.._..._D&ra7_.___ I. 1 10. II CNI P CoU ..\rNewyork. ... 4 ip;.. f.Alu; Ar('ltcjiiiatl. t 44'p
avenue be
; avenue, public generally, who seem to takingan I I' a 10 21 ___SolS wliderd&1e.. ___ 118'" 11 --- -- Arl'lik-ugolll 0--------------- TIMNo. .
done. __ II 110" I 01 $ 81st \\ Yoik and Florida Kx I. -:- -- -
be press
in this line will :: I46a1O5Op".D&.1- P
of work
class in everything .
best interest
where the
] ; Lumber Co., ever growing 5 II a 111 Up".. __.E&11ud&1e..._..._ 6 U 'I ,, p 00 Dully. 1-1'h";: Florida Limited," 1Iall,).
American cousins. Our ::I S 140 a 11 07 ___..Lemcoa Clt7__ 6 4 e 7 W P "
Everything new and first-class and the very best done by our and atgreater .NIl.. .. 11 11 II P U _..._..-..__.III&m1............M......... Lv I $ a 211 II LLuilted.No. 80-"ll.1 ".liv Wn-lilngton and Florida has No.Ihrouh l.-"The;: l'uliiianMfepiutf FlorIda Liwllt-U<.',ar dally to Atlanta,also

.of work guaranteed. Give me a call. newspapers are daily quoting I -' -_- __ Biruiliighau, Memphis: and Kttnta. Clty.
.
length more events which happen Dali7 BOJli:8TKAD Dan7a No : _--- -
I1I$1ONIiia.
:*. Aibvillj and Cluclnuatl I \ gi'r ;;;

GEOe A FOYE Proprietor. in your great country, and by this I 8I _._-- _ ..!!I'.i.!' Aiken and -AnguttaLrl'uuuiia Nlgbi

4 means are strengthening that fine feeling 00 .__ L. ".,__m.lam1.................,.., M ......"....I SO P Lv 1)aytoiia..I. ,iip _ ..Train14YtiLAUXUtliIe
MANAGER. and entente'('ordi"l which it is r uha 10 10 a __. .lr ....._..._.B..mel\ead .- LT.........__. 1 uo pI Lv;; Jack ol1\lilt!. ., :.:' ,::": .: .:::: I 6' lop .-" ........ ........ .... 4"30p-
"IJ
. ...
WINNINGHAM : .
C. .... ArAabevlUe .... .. .. Lvst Augustine -- S lOp
betweenthe .I .Alp ..... .. .......
................ ,............................." pleasure to pwp has existed _.. I pe.17I: I I:0; I I Ar Hot Hprli!! .gsArCiuclniiaii .' ... ... a, I.vSa\"anuall.JuikMJinlile.II.. ..... ............ .. 7'oP 55p
"
13 : :)(0. U eINo. : : ..
two nations for so long past. lw511,1. Jie. Ii Da1l1 j IPOBT BB.A.NCB Su. I.tu. __ _____.__ __ __slia__ Ar Bluck.\ill. ....... ...._.__ 4 11
i Daily I Ea. 1)111 Ow, 1)11, Lv iilnckMlle...... .... .... .. lit..
Oal, ( Oaiy Sua. _ _ I b NoO-: )&lh Pulluiau Diaulug-Kouuiaiid Ar Alki'ii ... ............. .... 61oaI
& :I '--- Buffet Slrepiu Cur JUik"vu\ill.. lu tIn.trAugusta .... "... .. .... .. .. .. _If_ _
1011 Ii 10 111. 00 p L, ....._J boIlT1lIe..r ,. &5 a n SQ J> I SO P I clnnatl through "The! Laodol the :Sky." -=---
The City' New Books. t 11II P 1018 if e 011 P[ 8 211 alAr ._8.:1.:; JackDvi1e._ LVI 31 ais 2.1 p s 22 II I
_
_ _
I No and Florida Limit-
... .
-Washington
S.o 10 10" 1.0 p I Ii. .I'libio lleach._ 7 IN a 11 6jj a 4 50 p __._ h --
TO CALIFORNIA The new lift of books for the municipahty I t6 Pi 10 51 al 6 4 II II 040" i .. ......An ..UC BNch.._ 00 & Ii U "I, 4 401 P,,___. ed," Pullniuu tleeplng car Jacksonville to
CURAP RAT of Daytppa i is now in the hand .811 II Ii 1110 111\I Ii a .. _--..Ma'llOrs_._. ". G 6 l a1 11 ::10 Io, 4. 8Q p..'''.- .-. Excelent Dining Car Service I August Blacktille a. and Black\lll to Alken ud ,

__
I Wand the NORTHWEST of the makf. and it is expected that .

they will br delivered by.January 1stThf FCKfiiSl'UI AND OCCIDENTAL SIEAHSUh CONVECTIONS AT MIAMI For Sleeping Car Reservations Maps, Folders and Information

"DIXIE FLYER ROUTE." books will cost; upwpds of $400 APPLY TO

J Under the svstyin any person can go to CkM CMBCCtUi Mid at Miull 1 *ltk SUAaUiM 8f tk. P. 0. S. S. C opu) F.r
The Nashville Chattanooga St. Louis R'y. the City Hall after the second of each J. C. LUSK, Dist. Pass. Agt.

monthp and.tli. the exact condition of HAVANA AND KEY WEST. 108 West Bay St Jacksonville, fIa
,'c SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGLES, DENVER, .-------- -
S44 TO any of the dty'e funds. The new books S. H. Hardwick, PTM Uabhir.gtun.D. W. H. layloe, GrA\\afcLingtoiiD.C
I PRESCOTT, and SALT LAKE CITY. will, b, a great improvement over TfcaM Time Table.ihow tbe lime at which train mar be expected: to wrtie at and depart Brooks Morgan, .Hi;1'\. Atlanta, Ga.
.
.' bw tbe.nral fauion* but tbelr arrlral or departure at tbe Uotee taW u&ut goaraiiteedar
1 ( HELENA the old ones, and will be welcomed by .tbi Oempaaj to be held retpaulble lor any delaji or ceuequcucee art Ug tbereirom
) ::549,90 9 0 BUTTE, ANACONBA, MISSOULA every one who has dealings with the II I I

and INTERMEDIATE. Ifyou; are going to NEW EAST
4 .' city.: For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other information YORK.BOSTON AND THE

i: PORTLAND, SEATTLE, TOCOMA, VANCOUVER TAKE THE
555,10 I "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
-. and pointa in BRITISH COLUMBIA. Knights of Pythias Elect Offkers. V

At a meeting of the Fountain CityLodgt' J. a BAHNER Asa. Oea'l P***. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

No. 56, Knights of Pythias, held
,
ia via Tifton, Macon, Atlanta
Route Chattanooga, Nashville l : Monday evening, the 1Ilh. .iug "tfin'rswere II II I I
Dixie
flyer AND VITASJTVZJR. II I
and St. Louis. elected for the coiiuiig '.rm: HEALTH I

Chancellor Commandtr, M. Moore & MOW II I

Vice Chancelor, b. N. .Sicvtus VIIN3 XT.T.UThe
Prelate Vboru. great iron and tonic pill and restorative for >and women,produces
Joseph' strength and vitality, bauds up the system and renews the normal vigor, i
TICKETS ON SALE SEPT. '15 TO OCT. 31. INCLUSIVE. Master of WciV, thtE.. Gardiner. bringing health and happiness. flO doses in a box. For sale by all druggists,

Muster at Ann*, Cl.u V. Gailor. ICTCO or we will mall 1& securely wrapped. on receipt of price, $..00 per box, Ocean 5t.am.hip Company
ulln UtfI89t. e boxes for fia.OO. Dr. liott'a Chemical Co., Cleveland, Ohio.Sold .

!4 E. J. WALKER: Jr.Master of Exthcqutr, C. M. Biugh&m, la Dayloua by Lee Kuaaell


Florida Passenger Agent, Keeper of Rrcorcls and Seals l and Ma*- J f"I

Jacksonville, .' Florida tet of Finance, Albeit ahuukd. The Dredge "KLONDIKE"MELTON f. F JV'i I

Trustee, Knights Hough, Carter and A I

Herrick. 1 CAMERON, Proprietor //.1#

Grand Lode Rcprtttntulhe, W.Herrick -
i Dredging; done in the Halifax, Tomoka and all rivers up and down the East Coa
B. N.
with Sttven, u& his 1 oltt'rnate.
% Terms Reasonable and Satisfaction GuarauUed.ddresa .
I
.
,t.z \ !' the proprietors, Day tuna.Flit.

If You Love Your Wife Gt'ntora11Ianagt'r G. F. Miles: of theCoast _

Line Canal and
y' : TransportationCompany ; . . . . _
has returned to St. Augustine,

L DON'T ROAST. HER from Pomfret, Ct., accompanied) by Mrs ; :

.."\ Miles. The gentleman will leave StAugustine Daytona Ice Company
By compelling her to bale the family bread, but buy it from the in a few days on a tour of ,

r" inspection\ bf thfc canal'work. : PURE ICEMade Most Popular and Finest Coastwise Steameis Thing the lTt1ant1S a
BAKERYIt'
: DAYTONA
-- *
, Fronifcfa\auDabtoXeu Yoil. Xlnudaj, Wd'Fioiu -4
itOT S PERHYROfAL from Distilled Water. t AILINOS bavauuah to Ituttou (dirttt) ilondaj andlM" JI

of time work and Fresh Bread de PILLS 4 Factory corner Railroad and Volusia aveiiue.t Houtlfe'D ILaikd
a wring money. 4 Tables supplied with all the delitauts that tie NoitLun and
.
9 . .
.
L' .: livered P Hy to all parts of the city. Also Cakes, Pies, and every ", ) f1 IA..b1.. ., tb aftuid. Tickttn told and BaggageiLc tluuugh to attN 1.iiiflt Last.
bvk1ib ;.kn. .. In. "
FOLDER.
of the modem up-to-date bake shop. t.kftnlsh pains.iu ... Ask for copy "GREEN &
j; other production 'tMt: u ea.3YAUWLLS. For rate of fare, reservation of fctattiooius, ttc., apply' to marefct railroaugt'Dt
"
orders in this office for Quick or address ,

'QUIGG & MILLER Props. ;Avenue _SL4bDrii4htiud Dr.MotalFpiffiical W. B. CLElEN'1STrar&1ing loss, Jgt. 37 Dull St.. Sawnijab, I .
Depot Co..CUrcIud Ohio. Drop ;\.est "" *** i
Cfn-
HORTON,
I We do W. H. PLEASAXTS, Vice Pres. and Gen'l! Mgr, J. C.

.z I _' .' .- J For ate bj Lee BOM*!! Pier 35, Xcnh River New York.k .

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