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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 16, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Y;) THE CHRISTMAS STOCKING. SEABREEZE AND DAYTONA BEACH THE CHRISTMAS TREE. ...." ... .....,',.,....," ',....." .'V.'VYV. .

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Things Heard and Seen on the Penin \
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\\ith soiig.MJ from the gift-hand, sula Opfosite Daytona of Interestto Christmas THE GABLES

Christmas Day, flow tokens that Our Readers. tree, I *
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Paint. E OPEN.
to life's joys prolong. 'ihe tea- so bright
: Friday was a banner day for the fishermen i
sou's symbol, like a charm, \\ish and green, t
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S. MOSELEY
on Potter's Pier. Judge P. II. ProprietorSituated
and delight is interlocking and awaits'OldSanta
The man who says that, forgets that painting Phillips, of New York, guest of The
plainest gifts the heart \\ill \\lUlU Claus. on Yolusia avenue, Rates on Application. a
properly done it and the fact U he cain
economy Breakers, early in the forenoon succeeded -
afford NOT to paint. 'be they but found within a clock And the chimney i near the Halifax River. Table board a specialty. >
in landing a after a
95-pound kingfis
t How often you require to' paint is largely depend ing., *.* Time can destroy the of min- place, all swept and ; ELECTRIC LIGHTS, BATHS AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS
protracted struggle thirty-five
d ent upon the pilot you use. dearest whim; the sweetest joy clean gaps wide its __ i
S utes. This Ls the largest fish of the kind ;
THE age can bedim; but on life's ever caught here, and created much en- ponderous jaws. The | ; STANLEY HOUSE run in connection as a rooming house 1
way all love to pause each year little stockings are all :
Claus. thuHa m among those present at the"roundup. and'baby's **************************************************** ssr
a day with Santa Thu'heads hung up,

SHERWINWlLUAMSPAINTS be bowed with weightof just make four. Won't

and onward Not to be too far outdone, Geo. B. Old Santa Claus be surprisedwhen . . . . . . . . . . .
years Wood, who is also a guest: of The Breakers -]I K fK <
crowd life's saddeningcares he finds there is no
and has been carrying off many of
X1 the mem'ry turnsat I more? There's an elegant :
the prize*, engaged the attention of a 40-
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outlast others. They are the moat economical paints you can UK, .because Christuias i tiue in I' place up in the tree to kS .
they cover most and wear longest. Add to this their good appearance, andyou grooves of childhood's l>ound sea boss that led him a race from hang Johnny's gun, : 11OUBLE AT OUR STORE .
have perfect laints-TI1e Sherwin-Williams Paints. shallow water to the end of the pier on
joys to guide. and a place for May, : .
They are made for many different kinds of painting. Whatever it is %* Then hang one side and from the end of the pier to and one for Kate to leave ,; -

you want to paint-a house,or anything in or out of the house-we make the. the stockings shallow water again, until, exhausted, their dulls 'upon. But for : UTY : ;i iK
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,right paint for that particular purpose-not one ilap-dash mixture for all. he \\as hauled in on the beach '. -
great and small : little baby blue eyes a lower .
Mr. Wood lefXfpr Palm Beach Friday, .
SOLD BY Our chimney- branch he must choose, .
much to the regret of his friends at The
sprite will Breakers. Mr. Wood LJ in the seventies where she may reach and find : WE CARRY A FULL AND I .. -
know themall the place he's hung her first new 3
THE BINGHAM S MALEf CO.
but be is quite young and has a fund of
7. He reads shoes. Turn down the light a lit- t
good: ateries which he tells well, not to : COMPLETE LINE OF THE
t[. the wish inevery tle, now, so Old Santa Claus can
be mentioned, of course in connnectionwith .
t mind, see. And baby and all must go to .
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the fish story, which is duly authenticated -
and tries the bed, and be as good as good can
... and attested by Messrs.
= wished for be, and tomorrow morn get .
1-:_- : II.. "" aye tn Creighlon and Crocker, neither of whom FINEST GROCERIES.
find. Yes! lung up early, after a long
could be tempted to exaggerate even in

4 A MERRY CHRISTMAS the stocking, young relating a fish story. night'ssleep
and old! Let ailltXitk's
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Chas II. Weed of Pittsfiejd Mass. is and ,

j legendsB 'xlwced to arrive here this week Mr.Weed FISHING: TACKLE OF ALL KINDS. 'I
1 ) retold! Let come
di? Christmas is gift time and the old e heads anti his daughter, Miss Weed, softly

the stenographer of the Colonnades, spent downto

last, winter in Xew Smyrna, since which '
Globe is to furnish the
prepared
a C\ r is t mils time Mr. Weed is satisfied that there is xmaetree E. T. CONRAD & CO. THE GROCERS. I

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choice line.UMBRELLAS. p no place like Hindu for the winter season ,
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: with Horn '' that .. tAt And see who . . . . ... . . .
Ivory prove
e>r plain # -- .' \ ", the last council meeting Jas. A. gets the first peep. .
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n a u g h t Baggelt's resignation alderman wassent -

handles. can age"young ill and approved; H K. Gilmore was i
'1 COMING CITY ELECTION. l"f"f"l"f rf"
the finance committee. A specia'tlettioii THE
SUIT CASnS-gifis that wine handy all put on i T
he:irBUILDING will be ordered by the Mayor to m

the v year.KANCY. 'I ts. till Jas. Riggett's uucxpired term, the I San Mateo

sttond't'uesday in January.Mr. I A Possibility of Several After the Cigars. :
SHIRTS a magnifi(*nt assoitmont.NRCKVVRAR 3
PERMITS ISSUED. and Mrs. MtClanahan, whose return Mayoralty Job.-Greene, Cove, .

l; four-in-h.m.l, teaks, puff lifts been pleasantly anticipated by .
Harris and Smith Mentioned.The
their friends for several weeks, arrived
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ami Lour, ill ><> iiil.ir designs and colors 1 .
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established for the winter election in
and coming municipal
Building Operations in Daytona Quite Friday, are Have Made
(Jl.OVrS H.iU'lkeMrhioK Suspenders' and l in their home on Valley Street. Daytona promises to be exceedingly in-
ilv,, fourteen Permits IssueJ
i'UT\llnn: Since November 1st. Myrtle Avenue, Daytona, for R. M. The mayoralty race will be the chief *

have ami many: things you wouldn't .expect te> Knoby our popular contractor and feature of the election, and there will A of
Another indication of the ; of Reputation
Hud.! progress build\ I./. Hurtl ('k. It U to be. completed i probably be several candidates for the .
c.i: Daytona ia the number of building per- by I'ebruary,190b. office.
mits issued from the dllicc of Mayor '
U. T. I'.uUer has greatly increased; the Mayor Smith says he thinks that he

The Globe Smith since i November 1. value of u his property on (Ocean Boule- \illstand for reelection, while it is reported _f
1 5 Jock li i !
Magnolia
Leon Ih-pland-Lut ;- Their iOwn.
vaid: and Pinewood Street by having a that S. H.Cove, Edward G. Harris -
: frame residence l': tii .i
; Avenue :"
I ; windmill, with servants' room below, and E. W. Greene will in due time :
116 South Beach Street. mated u,:,t, $700.
urn\eiiicnt to his two tottagcs.Mi give notice that they will be candidates
Mrs. D. F. Austin-Lot 6, block 11',,
I Kate Lee, of Battle Creek, 0., for the place.
Bay Street frame dwelling.\ Estimated The success o the SanJMateo Cigar is one of
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--- -- cost $400. I' spend the winter as the guest of Mrs. W. identified with the best interests of the greatest industrial triumphs of the East Coast

Necessary as the Keystone W. H. Wright-Lot 5, Hook 9, Kidge Daytona, and each would admirably fill
.- IIl'I" i'k and Mr. and Mrs. C P. Lund. since the freeze.
wood Avenue frame building, 14\1G. z
to the arch is good plumbing to sanitation ; Mr*.. W.. L. Diggett i has returned froma the office of Mayor.
r J Estimated cost, $2200. The chair Ls to
mayoralty a trying one
f the home. visit to her mother at Lake '
health hi protracted
'i 'lf antI )pcM-fe-e-t H. Y. Stillman-Lots 1, 2, and 3, Cullio. fill, as most every property holder, during Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the penin

', i I Hun no risks liy getting inferior appar- block 53, moving permit j I' Clark (1. Smith, photographer, is putting certain times in the year, have kicksto sula of Florida and the Island of Cuba can produce, and wrap-

atus and, bungling, indifferent or careless Mrs. Hadfitld-Lot 2, block 65, ,Palmetto i up a Kodak Club building on his lodge, and in some instances they are ped with the rich, silky lea! grown on East Coast plantations,

t :_ '' work lie-cause' its a bit dH'al't'r. Avenue; cottage. Estimated coat property on Grand\iew Street, which he unreasonable. the cigar industry of the world has never produced better goods.

for materials' and $1500. to have completed January 1.Mrs. .
G_ We charge fairly : expects
r + ; we're not satisfied to put Thomas Oyama Lot 5,blue k 5, Heath I I Isabella Granger. arrived here CAUGHT A MONSTER SHARK.Peter For sale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union
work bt 'asst .
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} t Street brick wall. Estimated cost $:!00.J.
1 ; Ashtabula 0. afternoon
w fiom Wednesday: News train Florida.
Company on entering
f in anything but the Lest letter our II. Helton-Lot 17, blu'kIS, Third of last week, and will spend the every a

bill than a larger one from doctor and Avenue; two-story frame addition. : winter with Miss: Blake-slie. She was

l elniggit. timated cost $30ltWilliam 1-s.1 here several winters ago, and was, ofcourse B. Bogart, of Milwaukee, Has twenty sizes, styles and grades to select from.

i.I \, Byne-Xorth Fairview Ave converted to the i idea that Sea- Exciting Time.-U Measured

J. D. Carmichael nue; kitchen, bath and tank. E.tilllatt'I I breeze is an ideal place to spend the i Eight Feet in Lenjth. FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS

cost, $300.
I winter. Manufactured
by
Phone Nit. 64, DAYTONA, FLA.I J. C. Wicks-Lot 3, block 19, Uidge-I Mrs. Elma G. Stevens, to the regret of To catch and safely bring to shorean

l told Avenue finish to rooms. eight foot man-eating shark is exciting SAN MATZO
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-:;:; ---- -- ------- --- -- -- mated 250. ti-I but this feat was last Friday accomplished FLORIDA.
cost
;'o.................................................. ,I W. B. Lo\ell Magnolia AwuueH'it i January lat week.and remain She hopes until spring.Mr. to return. in at the Keating Pier by Peter B. Au AiH.
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It of Ridgewoeid; brick ;shed:; -til1lat..J llarUhorn, of the firm of FrankT. Bogart of Milwaukee who u here spending -

ItI Sin cost, $25. Peek & Co., Daytona, and family expect the season.
is Not a Lot 5 block 8 Palme.tto Mr. Bogart on Thursday saw this
I Curiosity Always sIt F. A.White- to remove to Daytona after the T. McCLELLAN
Avenue; frame addition to green house; L'hrintmaholidays.: The cottage they] monster in the ocean within a short distance ,
of the shore but at the time he
I lass. Estimated coAt $75.
hands andit
are occupying has changed ,
i ii W. H.Gardiner-Lot 5,block 5, Beach is in anticipation of the new owners was not prepared to tackle him, so he ORNAMENTAL WOOD WORKER.Window .

n will pay you to investigate Street; brick tank hou>e. Estimatedcost wanting possession, as well as for his returned to the beach Friday fully and hour Kniim-H. any kind or wtjW. Window and Door Screen

$100. own business convenience, that the prepared to have a battle royal with Mantels! Cabinet work, Etc. Colonial Columns, Porch CoIuinuH, Newels and Balustrades

i the prices and quality of our J. W. Booth-Lot 3, blo'kI, Beach change will be made. the big sea fish. He had a strong line, for stair or porch work, Brackets. Scroll Sawing, Etc.

Street; frame cottage. a portion of which was made of wire,

J. D. C, Morris-Lot 3, block 5, Ivy this he swung into the ocean and while New Machines and Skilled Help.Am .

i GROCERIES ., >t'ifi. Lane; frame cottage. Estimated cost, Take a Trip to Daytona. patiently waiting he got hid repeatingrifle fixed for tusinws. Will call for your order.

in readiness for the anticipated fun.
$1400. When troubles come too thickly,
! .: We can save you considerable : Mason & Wall Company-Lot 3,block your Take a trip to Daytona.If After an hour he felt a furious jerk at Shop on North llidgewood, Kingston, phone 12J.:

.. 48, Beach Street; move warehouse and you wish to dodge them quickly. his line, and after pulling with great

il', $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ i itl' annex. B.to Green store-building.S. Lot 1, block. 6, Magnolia When they're Take a piling trip to up Daytona.in number, force the surface he was ef able the to water bring, the Mr.shark Bogart to Satisfaction Guaranteed.

o Avenue; frame addition. Estimated Gaining weight till they incumber then lost no time in putting his rifle into . '!X (!(isX X8 .!::@@'i)

cost, $200.A. Every nerve, and drive off slumber, action. Six shots were fired in rapid .

R. Edwards-Lot, 6, Beach succession, and they all took effect in I 'Plt.me
Take to Daytona.
S. 'Y. CARROLL a trip I
ii i il Street; change window in barber shop, around the neck of the ugly creature, DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS 70

Estimated cost, $1:. and death was almost instantaneous.The .

The North Beach st. Grocer, : R. M. Knox: Myrtle Avenue, X. Side; Large Sheepshead Caught. !! prize was hauled to shore and the E. DILLINQHAM. Proprietor

frame building. Estimated cost,$1,050). The launch Kingfisher: made a trip to head severed from the body. The proud .
FIRST STYLET.: NEAR FREIGHT DEPOT ,
: Fifty Cent Island I last Saturday and MrDeacon owner will carry the head back to his

J..tl' 'J elephone No. 19. landed among other fish a 64 Wisconsin home as a momento of an : ENLARGED AND NEWLY EQUIPPED FOR PLANING, SAWING, RE- I..'

!./..'........................tl.......0..............! had Mary motor Up to car Date., pound shecpihead. He was accompanied hours fishing trip in the waters opposite SAWING, TURNED WORK OF ALL KINDS, WINDOW AND DOORFRAMES
Mary a S\SII DOORS STORE FRONTS COUNTEIIS: CABINET
on his trip by Master Pete Ericksonand Daytona. ,.
.. Propelled by gasoline, Albert llankins. Man-eating sharks are scarce in these WORK, BRACKETS, COLONIAL COLUMNS with Plain

"V. BRACE UPHOLSTERER MANUFACTURER: and of HIGH GRADE And everywhere that Mary. went waters, this being hoist.:. one caughtin orCarvtdCapilota. We Make the BEST MOULDING : '\. '

She rode in the machine.The two it is said. Always Bright and Smooth, Either Pine or Cypress. '
years
and Fiber Mattresses. motor struck a stone one day, E. L. Xeel, of Cocoa, spent Sundayin
Moss
; And from its court deflected- lft)toni with his brother, H. B. Neel, No Advance in Prloei. although material has gone up from 40 to .

*In Second Hand Furuitureand Store(. who U agent for the Southern ExpressCompany. Mr. and Mrs. G. H Wilkinson, of New 80 per cent. W. Screen your house and guarantee the fit.
Your Old Furnitureiiliufc ac Good i aliKe" Doctor says that Mary is
R< i Smyrna, spent Sunday in Daytona. @3 &1S} > )< i(
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Entered at. the Postoffiw. at D iytona, Florida, as Second Class [tter.. Hufltla puce aang on earth the chorus good wlU tbcn to ThLL" -.-, ourgood willies i illtO-cf.tiM... ., i.::_ _

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Hn' I am h.ppybrcllc! By GEORGE LAY LAWHf"IEU -"" Mt urplu3 has toon
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earth. There Is Rose to heaven DAYTONA FLORIDA. ,
tin' the cash holiday on :- ,
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I've spent scarcely a land beneath the sun thatdoes .. prayer Associated with I Building! IILL.-\ND.I'IJ.

In my llttU ones' not witness some celebration of Where were the chanting few LANDIS & FISH I I B rau1) nffit'P ()vprPiist! ifficp. DATTOXA

:S- behalf.Y6 A the day sot apart to commemorate thebirth still w DelAnd, Florida -- -

of the Carpenter of Nazareth "peace on earth, Special facilities for examining land titles

; 8, C1>ri9tmas While fn many Asiatic countries few TEX BAB1IX THK MAN- to men good Office in Atwood block. Phone 124. The Daytona Institute ;
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j fa Nit particip in these celebrations, then OZB.Iff wilL" 43 Palmetto Avenue

;i : :Hn'Ife clearChatlamcUantd mighty are yet enough so that all peoples are Silas B. Wright s. B. Wright,Jr. Miss Eva: May Ktcwart Ph.
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learning the significance of the cere ]' this later. brighter day COPYS10HT.1905.BY CAETHSRINOTONL1XTOX. Prinip "
". I I the number of actual I Hre we nearer peace than they ? I Instruction. in Klfnifntnry and Htglltor- ,
I I mony. .11 en. too, I I Braiu-h ... chlMn-n of ..
outeptlt tourlHt) ,.
1M 1IbOULS: ImAM t 1 : particip.:uts Is increasing year by year,, Still our soil with blood Is "et.tall' si honey boy. Isn't it just going to turn out horrid, after WRIGHT & WRIGHT.AttorneysatLaw liniw studlrs-Kuii at home. ? COIl- -

moan so that it takes no very great stretch la round about us yet. charming and awfully, delightfully .. aU:" _ _ -_ f .
dill the carnage ever cease? 4AtteilhIoll
: O'er cash as baa of the imagination to picture a time 6 t1Uirtbcathseonqcfpeaee.tome. wicked to go off on "Xow honey""Don't

:c flown when Christmas observances will be this spree all by ourselves?" honey me! Please call me by

f. I would 'e practically cll'ers \I. will Tis not a dream. "Absurdly so." replied the still infatuated my proper name. ''I am not a child. Office i in Telegraph] office, lELvM Tourists1
:; ..blllu of
The charge of the Master to carry his 1C Cbrough the darkness shines a gleam. young husband squeezing the You just said so."

myself! I gospel to nil the world ha3 been religiously Tis a glhnpse a prophecy plump arm tucked so confidingly under wlloi -dearest, don't do that!?. I
: for Fancy la WUNIn
Tin
.. a happy obeyed, and the prophecy of Of the years that are to be, his She was showing symptoms of tears Daytona and I and all )lovers of
1: eratUdttn the thousand jta.'s. of pea.-o wlneu were Of a new rime collie to birth "And Aunt Mary thinks we are In though she !bravely tried to hide her Hnt' Cigars. You -
Of the dais of "puce on earth." !j Connecticut, while IThcle James beeves Sheet Metal Works I will f find the largest
the dress I to, follo-v dj>e oil that consummation feelings. She felt the eyes of the very assortment, ii::

bought for ':' should Le ou its way. Of the sis coutiiuut3 I- | lii us to be in Canada and our : respectable head waiter upon her. His finest variety and Lest J

: berChafa- (11.'istI:1l11tutireh' dominates \.' .;/ i( mothers and fathers are sure we are portly back was turned but she sensed r1',. B, Brown, Manager.Tanks qt.alitv -

worth abouttwentyTlte i four anJ U rllljy> winning its way 1 In -. :.-. -. in Florida. It Is Just too lovely for the disapprobation in his attitude. The of I 1

I tlmca the price the other two. Both North and South : .'- '! anything, isn't it?" lights swam, and the hum of conversation of all kinds, Guttering and) ii

Ianireaiito ks'T I are CLrNiLiu in every part. : ___ I "And so we escape the deadly bother was:: like the strange noises in roofing. Hot Air Heating Worka CIGARS AT THE CITY HOTEl. J
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of a Christmas tree and the interminable -
4 aver. he sane is true of Australia and the ; \ a deep forests at night. She winked furi1 *

"HAPPY AN* BRogEr surrounding islands constituting Aus ,, dinner party and all the sticky 1 ously, angry with herself. She finally specialty.

: Christmas la here, traasiu.11 Luroj e f.1.0'8 the same ('hllc1ren.ud we will have our Christ. I overcame her temptation to dissolve in Shop on West Magnolia] Avenue, Sixteen different brands of of strictly j :

Hn JI,,' It'. 'worth a year f faith with the single exception of tfcesoutheastern rna eve dinner all In.by our io.i?-.ome iu tears, only to find that her honey boy DAYTONA FLA. first-class goods
i
-p the swelled ,
place town. And herewe
0' savin'. -an' statin' tod comer belonging to Turkey IA was sitting partly! turned away in an 4
and even a cou'derable: part of are, honeybun." attitude of Call and for to gtt the feel j deep dejection as well as get prices.
'
4 0' The Chrtatmaa seal the Turkish empire, Including Armenia.Bulgaria _ The happy couple stepped into the pet determination. J j
H couraln' yet ol bcart through. and others of the Balkan vestibu'e' shaking the flakes from their
1'ocple came in from the
snowy .4444I4.... .........-
Hn' a glimpee 0' the h pplnc9 1Ha ykir, states embraces Christianity: while toats md stamping the snow from streets laden with parcels and carry- It First pub. Nov. 25; last pub.Jan.13) ,f -

.- la a recompense I've assisted for to all bring I hate, spent Cbribtlau missions exist in Turkey.'U !, their feet. The light lingered lovingly !lug bumhes of holly and mistletoe, and : COTTAGES FOR RENT. POne 5 Notice to Creditors. 1:

; 3n' a lot to boot IJlng!Ii In Africa, where the en: the protty young face with its blue every one beamed with Joy and pleas1HE Notice u hereby given that creditors,leg j i 1

Egypt and all South Africa while -- ,-- -'-- } six-room house 5 atees flaltm, distributees or demands: and against all Iheest&1.ofthe persons baring '.

France has virtual control of Morocco I 1' lau Henry P. Hand are I
I with required to present I
and other European powers have colonies |i bathrooni/furnish- the. same to I Lhe undersigned *itfilo two
1 )' .arl! from the date hereof, or remain tottvr ;:
throughout the continent the faith I
ted, barred. Alsoall: persons: Indebted to {
of the Nazarene !has a larger following the estate are requested to pay the sam, j

than any other religion. !, J:: Also one four-roomed : \\". M !SUA I>'KER. LTIIIA it!:.UOtl1Lttornt'Y HABD 'j

; Asia. teeming with its vast Chinese .\ .
j cottage furnished or Itullfurnsihed. ;
and Hindoo hordes Is practically! the I, :; ..- '.

only continent In which Christianity is \ ( j 5 Notice of
w tA / 4 A Application for FLail 1
not the dominant faith and even !hero It

it has Incalculable political and etntte- LD { : It* Both New I ITllolHS Dhcharga.'I

gic advantages that are rapidly working Nollefs
: hereby gi\en that nix months 4
j a transformation. Siberia, occuPY'lug WUHFKILL : il.-rdnl. to wit: cm the :lId day of March, ;
I.Ui. or us VHHI ttifrt-aftfras
l nearly half of the entire continent. _ _ '_______________ Hollv[ ]' Hill. Ha I t v III u.uk.. niy filial returns! I as can vireator be beard ot ;
1 1&t fa ruled by a Christian India x 'ti I.* lint I Will and Trsuuuriil
of '
powers 1- I .. ... ........ .. .. Kwi'L, Uj'C'ustd, to the County Judge Hum of :
the under the control of :
on south. J Is ,
"olu -I: ('UUIII}' Florida, and ubk that UK .
England and the missionaries aro "PBACK: OH EARTH." I sain-iK-allowHtl\ slid proved and that ",-

gradually winning their way. Tibet, I I ) VI// /fJjJ7 E. L. STEWART, M. D. Dual! ilKcljurge. lie 0 grantKl M. BIN me HAY.Jr as such,ci.ucutor. .

lh \ of humankind,
Ituhslau influence and is being invaded I
Hnd the workers of the world I Special attention to Dl"*ast-sof: the ,
India. Palestine
1'nglaud from ,
by Rave I EYE (II a common flag unfurled.Chougbt EAR, THROAT and XOSE
and
Spin Persia contain Important I / 4r.
and traffic banish atrifc t : /If/ fr\\
Christian missions, though as nations: J.ove becomes the law of life.i'IJ4GCG6N I, Office and residence: Palmetto a\'t'nole Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
they are still under Moslem eontr Ol.) I First door north of Oatbollc Church. "-
II In Pinlmte Court In
I and for Volusl
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The Boxer uprising was practically the % hundred I II Telephone &!4-3 County, Horida -. j
years ago In he
matter of the IMateof J. H. NlTsr, A
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l ast of the virulent opposition to I
gasp Came a message swttt and low t1.t.i.j.Notk .
the advance of Christianity In ChInn.The Hnd that song by angels sung ; I .b\.""". i"i'r i .W.. i"ii.'.. ii" '" ,,a. .. h iK-rcliy Ilwlllbat the underslgotitt *, 1

lesson received from Europe at Cnrougn the centuries has rung. ."II \>* cluly iiuitlinnl executor and u. ,

that time, the Important con'SsIonllgranted narhl It rIses once again I il Te&inineut exei-utrls respectlvelv of J H. Nlv-r.d.-e.'guwdandall of the last! Will and .

in the chief ports to the great "peace on earth, good will to men." I THE RIVERSIDE (.minors. 10ga1u4.s: and dlsirllmiees! and all .'

Christian powers, the invasion qf Man, E: HBS. E. C. ,SAkTWLLL: nanaiU :: ,other Isoiu1tiidagttIiust jH-r-xiiis "h w\er!ha\lug ciaIunot: r.
:- :;stale will present '
A Chance to Make Money I .: :-:: the -nine lu the undersigned wiiBin -
(.rq,a :: two yt-ar>l or tie forever burred
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GIFTS' FOR A SOUL FOBLOBN. 1 .
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p i. Rooms from $:'J.OO UpwanlElectiic i IDA LNnn,
Christmas la here ; I I JlMl'LD:: TO TUB CONCLUSION THAT SHE HAD RELENTED.yes :: :: :- -. II'CUtr1L
Is offered Florida School .
YG9. today to l'a..1 nt l'aytona. Florida, this 27ta! dl1
) its chill an cheer r Lights !Hath and
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Bo)8 for a little pleasant Work on I NU\'t'lIllwr A. 1).. I'i.

: Ha will\ Hn'dine today I know one soul forlorn Baturdajs. I and rosy cheeks and the pnowy I ant anticipations.!) Time passed and I jl Other Modem ImprovementsOxerlooking --

'- In a dlff'rtnt way We want bovf in ewry toxvu in Florida teeth showing between the !:milinulps. the obstinate, young couple grew hungrier I 'OOOOOOOOO
And the same: arc light looki-d onHi and ;: the liner :: : 1
Chan she Itggcred on this morn. To Sell the S UX. angrier, for now each began ::
;-t If 1 bad not sent that basket down ". handsome, clear cut features of the to nurse the situation as a real griev- :: : DR.
the 413 North : OOOO'OO""I'
To to Urac-li
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flak more puint we want ir&t :
Co that wldder, I would choheH boys to Otter the SUN, for Tin SUN tall man with his fond and protectingnir. ; ance. Hut, though the walter hovered ,. --. o '

attn' my dinner, but now. ye see. Sells Itself.TI1ESUN. "A fine couple," it spluttered. "A I around with unmistakable anxiety, .:- ;.:." : '.\'

i I'm happy if X am broke I Io line l'IIHIlll'h.: He stvn many huih. uu one culled him to give the onler. "} m ,.. W ..Wi? mmc .. .... ."'.'} ,'.J"' ''': :
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; tH an illiitrattVutkly- but tll,' ail cUll the same way." The situation
Cartoons by editorial-: 11) 1./Knelt was growing tense. Honelim -- --
: The Schemer : Tailor With this pvh&lmistic! remark the light I was seriously thinking of lliriinie lti---i.--'s u Sx ill have getting
good ': !
;i "Don't you sometimes think that yo _;. '. thiiii! |ptMIple: !
are too much attuchwl to money?" _. %.._t_ care to read, and lots of tiling) that IItlll'r the blink til wickedly. The door closed on. i ; up and going straight home to her Portland, Oregon, ExposItIon. _
pap is overlook.It joung couple as they walked slowly i mother an! hone) boy was wondering o .
"I '
Dustln Stax.
"No, answered DR.
E. R. BRUSH
you knew all the schemes to pry a ma i .' .. -1_ i \\ill) tie. constantly Xnapp\-\'crliliglit uljiig the thick carpet waiting! for w hy men were fools. enough to marry. o :
i;., II ami that lon1\\ perMonage, the beau waltt'r, The oil t head waiter oO
fcomaiintt Hut Alua was sufficiently
loose from it you'd realize that he La : : ) .s ,
to be :1. Clean. to ashign them t-> a place. ThU .i! closely attacbed.Wastiingt8tar. ): C'e
: instantly s sized them up asa by means of mirrors o
all .
Women will want it, nH'niII Demand unsuspected SAN FRANCISCO CAL.
.. p4 eL., it and diil.lrvn will) ('1.> Pur it. recentlyV&Mll4kl. couple and mieihmg in the air, or maybe it was : No fill Tliir.1 \veIuIIe; -'
eil tLfiii t) an ideal sut! n h'kon'l I the chiistmas Los I
spirit, crept under his ANGELES CAL.
Experience: or Remlnlicence. 1- IF YOU AKi: A ) 'bool.
HOY ('ullit'
\nih'tll table in a corner half ) \c- t, and he felt i Ol'l'lI/'Iitt''
The Author's Wife-How can yo;. > a tugging at his heart
Till: SUN :
JACKSONVILLE palms l here they were hu t in from1'rynift DENVER COLO.
write an up to date sea story when yo ; FLA., and GH Started in titisiU The bride was so pretty and the mans. o 00000000000.000..a...
and shut out .of. tlie
yt haven't been on the water tor year.' I ''55. ties hurry .> handsome he could not bear to see Epwnrtli League Convention Jul. Ti-0!) - -
nUll !noise of the rest of the uorkl. Asa
i The Author Well. I've been married : thw discord<< especially tonight Sud
for twenty years and yet I can writ* II t. et ,, I -/ ',':, Wr will who furnich rittN the: first l boy in eury \\oeli of supererogation the headwaiter dell') he said to himself: DENVER COLO. H.HSEElYU.BfA.MM.D.
town \ n: a kttcr TUX
brought u bowl of white >
ros sand "
love story.-Life. It" 11:essed, if I don't do it too." G. A. H.
COPIES OF
TIN: srx AISSOLUTKL with an unctuous smile, directedat Fuamiiiieiit| Sej.tendier, Physician and Surgeon.
; Y }'IU-." Tlucan lIe called the waiter and gate bun .
M.1,1
in :St-ial f.n ilitier. for ilui-triual.: X Ray
no one particular; set them In the
; The Bitter,End. for fifty cents' in a jiffy, then with this a ijuk't order and then took from his
center of the table, and this allcl I Iliuli I rieiieii.|!" '. 1 IItra I : \ uH Raj \1Ira I-
A pupil In one of the New York pub fifty ivnt1* the I lucky (boy can !buy blush the up pocket a small package of cards each VERY LOW ROUND TRIP RATES I tor.\'. lli-iiii.tl p aixl I <'ouijWinej, AirTle.itllieiit
a fair
lie schools was! asked to write a sen: HO'KAN'S BEAD OF CHRIST.choria TWENTY the follow iuK wot-k, pretty on one's cheeks. Iming either a bit of mistletoe or I II iit |E.\I.. K.IT: So,..-, Throat,

: tenet containing the words "bit tel the lliwe can be sold fur ?1.W) in threejhaket O ut !H tojk the elaborate menu aril holly In colors In one coruer. Ou M I II rIg: ami I :\ei\mis I liisunlern.: Kheumatlln -
introduction of the railroad with a Li'peless: glance at its '
> uf a lamb's tail. Utcr tin- jutisail foreign; these he I TIJIIHrs.lli\.a..lIltf| fW0100.MH
4; end. lIe turned In the following: ,\ and the printed In very neat characters ::1111"1' | ;
ever increasing numbers of : double all the names handed: to hw bride, in
: dog chased a cat and bitter end." money p.1t'l1ll "" saying I : I'lnninciliiiinth) ; .
missionaries, all of these things are the blind hope' that she understood; It.'Xou I I
,; It's like taking lIUlrllt- lu>m vnirlittlf i II OHi..t. at rt-r.i.Is-rul; I.. 1 :L 7 So Ridgeirood.uitlci .
:L AMob. gradually working a change In the Chinese baby Lruthd-l1l'1lillj tlio SUN* for order the dinner, hone*bun." I "roTACC-CHUISTMAS EVE.:: VEltY Illinois ,
a I'El'l'EUY." I Central R. R. Iliiuri, : 7 toii a. in., I to 3Oto8 p.u
, A mob Is usually n creature of very empire. Mission work Is rapidly akkel.Fir Miriam glanced in the mirror and ,
Telephone" Xu.'I/ :;.
:k mysterious existence, particularly In a Increasing in Korea. Japan has borrowed >t numU out in N"n'IIIIIl'r1:1') : I gave a cry of dismay. The waiter came to him with be !i I

larjre city. Where It comes from or most of her civilization tr out '; IN THE GA3I1 IN Till: FIRsT "Oh. I am perfectly) disreputable! tray, on wbith were two plates of soup I> I -

\suituer It goes! few meu can tell. Assembling Christian nations and Is seriously discussing INNING. WnLnuu to Just look nt my hair!" ,I I tin.! nil the concomitants: belonging ; CHOICE OF ROUTES. J E. M.D.

aud Uii l ersiug: with e
:.: .e suduVuiifss, it is as Difficult to follow their religion: also. The Philippines belong -- -- tried to translate the menu to sumo |' waiter entered the tiny place and de- : Two I Trarns I I lIuly> Atlanta to:1.:: i,I

to its various squires as the sea Itself, to has America been and a considerableportion fricuds In a restaurant, giving poisson I'I j J Jam iKKited the things with a grave businesshke Louis) in t'ollupdiou) t \M I lliV.! & .\. I' illfiii' nii-r ,liille: ... |1'1 iii!!{ :Store

: nor duet the parallel l Stol here, for Christmas Christianized. THE SUNJACrtSONVILLE.FLA. eaux: wives as "poison to the lively j : air, putting a card at each K. U '1 he only Through moinmg I

the tHt'au t is:: uot more fickle\ : and uncertain ? morn in the j ear of 'our waters." She was not going to allow I place ami then discreetly retired. Sleeping ('ar, Atlanta to St. Imis.Tor Tiioxr.) ;;:I.
: Lord 1905 will therefore have a meaning Clinton i Clinton scarcely noticed the arrhal of ; -
to gloat heraooe i
terrible -
more over all. at -
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aroused more to nations I -- ; __ the ] full information ilttcsnf sale) I .................. ..... ..... .. ..........
unreasonable or more ('ru .-Dlcl.ens.ClaooI. 'I more and more people -- this early stage of their married life. man, but honejbuu saw him. The ::................*..............".*.'.*..*..?......""
than any previous Christmas morn ha I'alt'boul)'. So she returned the menu to him with I soup looked g.ssi. and the little card rates, lu-kets and desiriptixe ilnn- .1
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.. a Wife, the history of mankind. The fact t haticU The Introduction of the perfume cull. great apparent self abnegation i caught her c)'e. She was the one woman his: Addiess, I 1 1 Neville H. ClarkOPTICIAN. 1

4. The this day will be celebrated by si fd patchouly was ptaiuoat features order bone j sense
become bai d- of French ; you )boy. F. I R MILI.F.H, Trav. 1'as A gt., I h
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some unawares when associated only:, widely variant types and In such wldey ehawluiakers to detehe "I avkid' you to do it:honeybuu; !" I of humor. She began to eat.
separated nations gives their customers. When slunN Clinton I 17 I Prior vt., ATI.AM lA, Ut.trjrrs t
\\itli kind feelings and the loveliest a powerful \\'r.- "Oh, well. I can't do it. I never had now turned squarely and .
face disagreeable when linked with III) luggestloa of unity to the hum n race.Proted I first brought from India I they were 1't'I" to order a dinner in my life. Father or looked at the tall!"'. lIe Jumped to I I

humor or caprice. People should I remember Her hi.. fumed Indian with putohuuly, iui o\trut of III,I some one always .Ii,!." This last was the conclusion that she had relented I PENNYROYAL PILLS !

this when they are selecting "Sensible girl that!" to plant. Tbf 1'roiuh ouit I'arnt> Imitate
i S. & face \\hidi they are to see every "Sever thought her so." be patihouly the shawls bothered to I perfection. but): spirit.) Besides she was hungry: !sj order UlII't1't'l'in't.l: but though be: I)'I t overcome S&f end weakness.reliable, they In- I :

morning across the breakfast tbem. a-s tlifj- was he. That fact I would condescend to eat and the il
table I for: "Well, wlt"1I she rejected me the I other could find no substitute .. may pardon' his soup I|I creAse vigor, bAnhh pains. vr'Eyt's -
the remainder of their lives.X. P. night she said she was sensible I I of fact was used fur it and tlu next words, siokonith[ what he smelled try good, Le would not let i No rein ly equ&ls UK.A10T1 .

4: .Willis. the ,great honor I did her and I calltht) as the surest HUMUS <>( thought a noble and masterful: air: her enjoy her triumph too soon so he: I I I .of. ,'''';:, S. Pfc;>NYKOYAL PILLS Free.
distinguishing' the genuine IndIa! shawl is _ y:juldbyDruKgi'isanJ!: Ilr Mum Kxainined
;i "It Is took his
that time ': In
learned diguifled silence. The I "
being you then. :\ow soup
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: pretty sensible CLtuiical
) neal Enjoyment."Yes. -Net; Of from the French countl'rfeitt f Co, ClextrluuJ: \ Ohio,
leans Times-Democrat.re la.1 honeybun, I don't want yon to look at: next course was ready as soon as he '
:-.; 'you can spend the. day atgrandp. _ brought Couiebodjr disco>'ered the ixxret and I I me in that grieved and frightened way. was. On one large platter filled with For sale by Iv InxnellDaytona )) i iI :i: .\t ri.irk .!.,\\.Irv. Store. I j
but be a good ,Jboy or your a quantity of patchouly to I I am in the - I
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to Ple .., I right It is your duty- chopped lietre placed sixteen small -- ::
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matter
' "Yes'in. to them" 'l\es and .
UMpivI
4'- heavy man he was to play a certain: harvest. a cards. You are not a child." "LOVE ONE ANOTHEK. --
"I don't see how you get so much part the actor said TLeu some one gave av.ij I Cleaning) KNtaMi) lunent.an .
: "t\ir. never had to do
such One
a thing
the small clam officiated
secret. The as a period.
r perfume C. C. BOHANNON
rojoynieut out n? talking to grandpa "Ilun-t SOIL! beaau! ,
never: seen the play. Do yoi popular and bus ami"I won t: No* llOW' [ think you are, ThIs itirnii(*>ni : rg : I get him to tell me about the lickings think I shall please the audience?' u.\"t.r biiu-e 1'I is-n-0 pi'os.ed I'liysirian and burgeon.
: he used to I completely out of use, though .M-urai; The .l II'.\t..l.I ul.IIlr"S"I1IlJ..illt.I !
give
.. pop.Houston. i "Sure said the manager. "You dK I times superseded postoffifp officiiK and express) | Smith &. lillmas haw sold to E MHobnau 'I Ofii.-e! o -er tl.e .\t WtloJ Pharmacy,Beacb
1: Post In tte first ad." teuivoiaiily by other Inca are busy dLpauluug and 'I':
:*;- --.-.--- ---- r -_ 1 1S ertumes. .;::-.-:.:: ,r;.... .__ Christmas packages. recc I.I the Stewart lot an Fairview BENJAMIN: DE L YO\S. s! itrt'tt fiAVHi\Ji: F'lOKHU.

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; 'TIS ITS TENTH ANNIVERSARY.The A Walton Tale. ELECTED OFFICERS FOR YEAR. '

:4 LARGE HOTEL i He /Hung his line m the Halifax, MAY LOOSE

I jf'Witli dexterous swirl and swish,

Palmetto Club Will Celebrate its ,\nd told his fiends with modest pride, Halifax Chapter No.5, Royal Arch

Tenth Birthday, DecemberTwentySeventh. lie taught; a flirizl'll: Masons Holds Annual Election
HERE. | FHi.He : TERRITORY.
NEEDED ? Of Officers.
told a tale again next week, ;I .
The Palmetto {Club one of tUP most D'sc'nhed) the lordly dish; The annual election of Halifax Chapter <

.0.- prosperous ladies' clubs of Florida, will The rice increased) a little bit. No. 5, Royal Arch Masons, was hekl -o-0-o-- -

celebrate its tenth anniversary cm the This time it was a Thursday night of last week and the

Y Take 27th of the present month. F-i-s-h. following officers-elected for the ensuing A Bill i Has Been Filed in Chancery Asking
: Matter for the Board of Trade to Up. A committee: is now arranging for in Soon holding forth upon the deed year: 1

elaborate celebration which, among Became his frenzied" wish, High Priest-W. V. Carter.

Subscribea othej things, will include spiead something And when a month had parsed: away King-H. K. DuBois. That Part oi Daytona Beach BeSet .
Asa Paine is Willing to in the nature of a ball'I'wt. llealwavs hooked\ 'rihe-G.. B. Seaman.

Only member of the dub will !I" I'-1-?-II. Treasurer-F. T. Peck.SoeretaryA. .

present.The Three months have run tht'ir'ary II. Carter. Out of Corporation.
Liberal Amount. Palmetto Club is now UMII, its Principal Sojourner, Fitzgerald. ',
Orange Avenue for committee course; of Host E. L. Bond. ,. 1
has interest in the success rooms on His friend now mutter "Fbh!',' Captain A i petition has been filed in the I Circuit I Minor S. Jones will come here to hear t
of tin'ho a deep
hotel I ,
needs large the
Daytona a work but will continue to use Ojna Royal Arch Captain-J. Espedahl.
'I of the city iu Florida, Mr. \\ hen Jones begins to tell about Court Volusia: County, asking that all the case. ) f
the highest order i is apparent| on (every > prettiest House as a place of meeting. Master of Third Veil-G. II. Clark.
hotel here would 'Ihat time t he aught; a territory Ninth of Thomas GoodaH'sproperty : '
; hand, and-psppdally during the big automobile I Paine wild that a large Master of Second Y'i1G.. Hobbs. Ever since and before the incorpora
fit I! und lie said that he 1'i s h bewt :u.id from the ('(
d;' event, when accommodations pay huIII-IIHWly Master of First \Vil-S. H. Go\"e. Irpora-I f lion of Daytona Beach, the persons in
would he l willing to subscribe a liberal Mrs. R. II. fillar'i.IIP: 'to announce --" -- tion of IXijU.iui "I This < I'
are taxed to their full limit. ainnnnt. I that she has seemed! a very' Dr) Li. II. Armstrong, of Jacksonville Sentinel-W. II. Furr. 1 brought ill the name of all the property I the South end of the town objected to

A hotel that would d" Dayloiia: a Mr. Paine says: the matter of buildinga competent and experienced I operator the well known Eye and I The installation will occur at the ,firstmeeting I holders in the territory affected!by Solicitors j' being placed inside the corporate limits
world of good i is one of the pattern tai I hewn Nerve will make in January. Ijmdis & Fish and T. I... Fitzgerold.
who Specialist -
large hotel in Daytona would be a in art of chiropody ran ( t. a personal ; :: for the reason that they derived few or
i the Florida Ea tCoast System of llott KIt : scheme for the I Hoard of Trade to take daily at ]:2'2 SOllthllt'a4'a-t.! :; (Coins visit to our town at the Troy A special convocation of the Chapter i Frank W. POP, of Jacksonn benefits but nevertheless are assessed
has often been heard s|>okeu of as to Jolt-I[ Del' :!'I 1. '/'- vine will the town of DaytonaDeath
with the Florida East Coast Hotel bunions Fie. treated.: t 011 : t cured Tuesday night. represent: for town'
the East Coast people woutluot! up .
I why other partfe3 that would feel -- -- -- in the preooodmgs.The ... '
I build a handsome hotel in Daytona, and System, or 1, The case is being wa. :h.th interest -
1 disposed to put some money into such cause will come up for hearing by many who are patiently awaiting
only recently was this matter brought I an investment.t He says that he feels "We Sell the Earth. early in January, at which time Judge results. '
of the Florida himself would; I
Paine
k' up by Asa president I sine other parties: besides ,
;, East Coast; Automobile As.soeiation, eoiitiibute to a fund to start the ball a --

speaking to a GnZl'tt e-\ews represent u- I rolling. What It Means.In Cigarette Smoking."I .

--'- view of the talk: about two mi '!sjn see too many young men in this :

Trumbull Cottage Sold I Alexander Says It Was Codrlngton.) minute, and the race on the progranv l 1 city smoking cigarettes" remarked an
Smith Thomas
I I The Jacksonville Metropolis says: of the Ormond-1)aytona tournament, 1 elderly gentleman at a hotel in this city j
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:.& Mrs. 11. C. Wilkinson of r.vnnsville I "James I H.: Alexander/ of DeLandwrites which requires that tptcd before the I recently. "If a young man could realize -.,
the Trumbiill cottage -
Ind., has purchased the Metropolis! that the <'orresj>ondentof prize is awarded, it may be mentioned i the injurious qualities in cigarettes,
Seabree/e,
at I
Ocean Boulevard,
on this paper at Tallahassee was mistakenin that such a pace means one hundred 'they would stop" smoking the deadly
k'' which adjoins the handsome: mideneeowned giving; him the credit for the tight and seventy-s'x! feet a second, or from 'coffin tacks," said the old) g< ntlt'mini.He '
by Mrs. Buell, her mother. As it which res-lilted in the removal of Solicitor New York to Chicago in a little over I' concluded his talk by raying that 1
lose Mrs Trum- Real Estate and Insurance.Three
was inevitable that we Perkins, of Del And. Mr. Alexander eight hours, .is against the fastest tram :>1 oungmen who smokedeigaretUsshouldbe

bower, it is a matter of congratulationthat says t that C. O. Codrington. editor of the time of eighteen hours. Nevertheless, 'I I put in the chain gang for a piriod.
have been sowellplaced
should
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the property DeLand I Iews, deserves this credit and it is not improbable that the pt'CdilI
as well'hfnrt'; olH' conclusion Beach Street best business locations at
\\ould IM brought to that he went to Tallahassee to see the pieces property, be supplied on the w avew'ashed speedway tDr J. II. Pierson, Dentist, Peel
that up
Pardoning Board and not to have Perkins of sand, as at least: a dozen ears are Block South Hridge 'Pbt ne

1 which the standard Dr. Potter of all i w interested.t the building-: Mrs.in ousted." Bargain Prices. Let us.show. you our list of property in our auto. being,built with especially one hundred for the and tournament twenty- 108-2,opposite r. Residence :29--3 r. :

tj Wilkinson spent pmt ol 1 1I winter at miles an hour speed as the main object. --
F the Clarendon,. and 'by her gentle lWan tiees for sale 2 and 3 1 -- --- --------- Last year the bft mile was made by II. Alderman E. Howard, of I Daytona

Courttsy, which is a family tharat terk- old !Iuds of Fmtcher egg, the SMITH I & THOMAS L. Bowden with an eight-cj limit'r one I II Reach, recently returned from an extended
tic, won the friendship! cf tl.<. :(' she met. year visit to hU old home in Ohio.
Pas- hundred and 1 twenty horsepower lt'r-1
nuts.
flavored of the large
best I
; several otherswho
The transfer was in:i 1 le I y Paggelt & He was accompanied by
overweight! the IN'
cedes that & f 0
was :
Post, real estate agent' sos all spoken for. Nelson and Real Estate, Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.PETERS could not be allowed. His time was: I contemplate making their hotmt. in '

Texas Prolific ready next fall. BLOCK DAYTONA FLORIDA. ha.s this section.
-r -- : 32 4-5 !seconds. Mr. Bowden now I

uV.v2.Mn2 E. N. WALbuov. -- _.- -- retired from the rating game. The present ,
Sensation in Al 'O Circles.
{ Miss Jennie Galhreath of Madison,, Those who met Mrs. Nellie Dorr of J. R. LaSha sold the electric plant of official record is 35 seconds by \Vhat is Lily Water? Call at
A sensation has be ii noted in automobile t Arthur McDonald with the-ix-eyhnder :the electric light plant.
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the announcement Talked Of Everywhere. Ohio, came down with Mr. and Mr>. Chicago and her daughter Myrawhen C. G. Burgoyne to }Walbaum.. of Or-
circles by Olds as caretakers, and will spend I the mond. Xapier racer. I
of E. ]t. Thomas,.the P-utfilo manufacturer the prettiesttown the'were at Seabreeze two years ago '
:z ; "Dajtonaisundobtedly winter with them at N.'altn"'Zt'1 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Foster have returned -
that every one of the fifty horsepower in Florida," said a well known though Mrs.. Olds is nearly V 9, Mie i is w ill be interested to know that they are Every Saturday Full line of the National ni uitCos from laving-to IU., and are

y touring cars w hich he makes will transportation man in the city recently. well-preserved for her age, and is j out in now in Los Angeles, Cal.! and were BOSTON antS -at theJramling goods at the flramling Ilakery. pleasantly located at Daytona Beach.

; be guaranteed supply mile-a-min-- "Everywhere I got hear people talking a wheel hair nearly every day. guest <,f Mr=>. Post, just before she and ( Ilakery. V* -- iy
ute speed, and this speed will be show of this place as a resort, and there seems !1
Mrs. Powers left for Seabree/e.
to every purchaser before he is asked to to be no ill feeling against Daytona, as Mr. and Mrs. F. Brown of Xarragan-: A few tramps are beginning to invade

take a car there is apparent between the other resort A Westinghoiise engine wilh di ,. Physicians report that the town gffi- Pier, H. I., have arrived in the city tor r Ii Da>tona. But they make their presence T'

towns in the State." He said that reel connected dynamo, 2.>0 lights 'Furnished house: of five rooms for rent erally, at this:' time of the yuar is spend the season. They have with thema on the streets somewhat scarce in daytime
of Notice -You get.dry pine he liked the type of Daytona people, as sickness Cadillac machine, which they have for fear that the authorities will ,
: can for sale. AloiuoWhhe, garage, Palmetto ] at Daytona Beach. Apply at Bottling healthyand but very few cases of I'
I and oak wood at 113 North Beach: they seemed to be working baud in hand tf. Works, opposite Lily Water Plant. tf are reported stored with J. C. Fettephcr. nab them as vagrants i "Q4
near Bay
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Street. Phone 37. 21-Oiu for their mutual benefit. }

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r 4 Organization Writes Ethics : LINES f ., : Rubber.Tire Carriages Floe:HOM, <* Cartful DrH'm .

.. FLORIDA GIRL : v .
.. of Roadway., : : SPE"ClAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS : We are well equipped for""Straw-Rides." The flmt, tatnoutrit.tlerttf .. YY.

'Biwe'i meet all trains and take to of tl _
pawengw, aayvarr.; *raj. _
; Dave Hennen Morris, lawyer, horseman :
autoist, and( president of the'aristocratic > 'f 'p' STEAMSHIPS. Trunks delivered! prom tIy Stables opposite Public aool. M

? ", autocratic and powerful Auto : Inrga'stand'most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on-the : ,

** mobile Club of America-700 members in the Contest coast.! o Telephone 27 .
\Will Crown the Speed King NO OVERCROWDING.Imnnrfanfr ,
y writing in Leslie's Weekly has formulated : STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED :
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the set of rules for the -- .
following : on these snips! w no tiiketu; will be Bold to exceed -
: : man in the auto, in which the negativesand : : the number of berths, or the seating (- m-ity of Dining Halls, thus iu- : '
the Ormond
positives are >FO delightfully and alternatively Against Time on 8iii ing all jiajwnpern/ individual) Bprvice and attention. .

blended that they; become at : PASSENGERS; LEAVE JACK8ONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY. : .
(See; Schedule of ship in F7urida'1'iules-IJnion- .) .
once a duty and a pleasure: Beach Course. LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH, .
Don't disobey the rules of the load. Daytona : In'hiding delixlitfnl! DAYLKiUT RAIL through the : -
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Remember to keep to the right and FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS") : ,
Who is the most beautiful and popular A crown, resting on a winged automobile Through tickets: Hold to nil Northern points. For full information : f
the left.
pass on : regarding/ attractions offered by nil other line diagram reservation V 1
Florida girltChristmas wheel. On the crown are the ; 5 ?
that have the "
Don'tforget pedestrians S ticket: etc., apply to j 9 .
same' rights vehicles at street cross morning a.contest will com words, "Automobile Speed King." The sr z: toAgent
: A"\Y7 PVR 21t"f'l't Hay street, : w.
T. ings.Remember mence, to be conducted by the Jackson- crown is surrounded on one side by a Jl I .C; Jacksonville, Fla.rida. Wa .r.

that vehicles do not have ville Times-Union, to determine who is laurel branch and on the other side by : 0"0. II. Clark, peal Agent, Daytona, FU. : 'fit'' 04 c -
,f the right of way at street closings.L ............e.ee.ee.........e.ee.ee.eee.eee..e.e... C t jrs
the most popular and beautiful girl in Florida palms. These tokens of victory .
Don't forget that your rate (.( speed ':,
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4z. should never exceed the legal rate-10 Florida. The -cutest will close at, mid- meet about the crown in 'a gracefulcurve. ? If r

miles an hour in the gicaUr
Remember, when J local conditions r'- The young lady selected, with her on a shield, on which are the words: LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R.Host R. ti ly

:* quire, to adopt evrn a lows rate 01 chaperon, will come to Daytona and "Presented by the Times-Union Newspaper i'\
h speed than the legal rate.Don't I I
crown whoever makes the fastest time Jacksonville, Fla., to the entrant $
: get "rattlwl. b b
Remember that it f isltc "ther fel in the International AutomobileTourna-I making the fastest time in the twb-mile- i d r
Lino to Birmingham Nashville Memphis C O k
low" who always lutes LL Lead in a ment, the speed king of the world. I minute event on the Ormond-Daytona S l :,

crisis. While here, tho expenses t.f the young Beach course, Florida U. S. A. Under Knoxville, Louisville, Cincinnati, Ht. r l 0 ': :

Don't insist upon your rights. lady and her t hnperon, will lw paid by the auspices of Florida East Coast Automobile -
Remember that the "other fellow" Louis Chicago and all points North and a
.iheTimef-rnion they will ,be en.ertained Association, January 22 to 27, ,
may not know your rights, and an instance -
'. Au- 1906. Won . . Time. '
on your part is bound to result by tae! Florida East Coast .by West in through cars. ,
aThe c
;; in an accident. ..omohilo\.'(l'iltiOIl. ." Four||Sailings Each M c-k -.1

Don't argue with trolley cars, expre The Times-Union) will also give a trophy will rest in a case, lined ONLY line oj-prating through sleepers' ) from Florida to St. Louis with BETWEEN ,,<<

wagons, brewery trucks or other heavy me tl 1 ts.1nddollar trophy to the winner with royal purple. The trophy will I be dining car service.ONLY .

bodies found in the public thoroughfare of the tw -mil '-a-minute race. 1 16x14 in size, and will consist: of gold, i JACKSO R V11lE a (l :NI.W 'C'IS v
Remember that the drivers of these
L of the is follows silver and enamel. I' line operating through sleepers from Florida] to Chicago. at Cliarlraton i
powerful vehicles generally operate on The design trophy as : Calling F. C., both wnvn.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE (;IIA l"'IH'IU..
the theory that might is right. FINEST I flilli -(,ar service in the Sonlli.Tliiough -
Don't expect women and children to ? : The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

( get out pf your way. A SWIFT RACE I ton list :sleepers) to California.Fnr Hi/"J'd St'ni.'f' I:'hvw'u
Remember that women and children JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
don't know how to avoid danger.Don't information as to rates to all lanuts011711 and 1 WEST, schedules AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. .
falling at t.llIlrt'ttolllllJth: Wn)'".
run any unnecessary risks. and information call write SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS. i
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Remember that while the automobileis FOR LIFE. omt bound. Lewis' Wharf EUloe .:

flexible, powerful and easily; controlled !- Northbound .. ... .. . . . . ,from foot Catherine street, Jackson

- you may make a slip. ---- "l
GEO. E. HERRING Florida Pass
ti Don't drink.Remember .(). Agt. ..'

that nine-tenths of the accidents 206 VV. Bay St, Jacksonville, F.'a: CLYDE ST. JOHNS ltl YEll. LL\ }(;; '

occur to automobiles driven by I ---- Between Jacksonville and Ssnfticl ",;
C. H. Huhn Starts for to be
? intoxicated chauffeurs. Philadelphia -
STOPPING PALATKA, AsTOR, ST. FRANCIS ItKItKSPllRI: ( (I)KLiM )
Don't sneak away in case of an acci '.ue climate of the East Ccasi 01'i.s 'Iorl<

4e1. dent. for nearer perfection than that of allY Steamers "City of JarJ, 'nnvile"! nd "} iul'k] JrPnj "
Appendicitis.-
Remember that he true gentleman Operated on
Z chaffeur, although'he may not be responsible other place on earth. 4 are appointed' to t-ail a* fullon: I.. a\I' .1 lid>Miniili!! .Gaily. I-\M.I S.iiimi.i.'.ut

for the misfortune, stands his 3:1p.; m. ft-turning leave Nmifonl, dail.v eat .Suiula.vn: nt :1iU a. in.

Leaves Special Train. -L..soutb.8 --- --
ground. on Read lJndCftEOlJLE n nbeeaa i )
f_Ilna t'pq
back his home and the Leave.. 3 ill! p tai.............................laeksuutllh' '............._.............I-Arm- a OO. a m :;:
I GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. Racing from Philadelphia in a private the trip to private 8 43 p in ..... ..........................t'alatka................................jl.pnfe! 8 00 p m :,i

Pullman. palace car, handled to Jackson- car was attached to an engine, and 11 3 00 a ... Ator.. ..................?.............i, 3 30 p m ::}
4 30 a "t. II "
ville the Seaboard Air Line 'tIUll..1 a 00 pm'"
by
Railway in.-.
Joe Hooker Post Elects Officers on left here Saturday afternoon for Phila. t h ..fotd (lU-L-un!)............. ....... 1 00 p m
and from Jacksonville to Daytona by a Arrive 8 30 a ..Xunfiml..............-.........._..1 (t |y| ovJ ti amt ;
I Saturday Evening.Camp Fire special engine over the Florida East delphia.Mr. c P IUUIant; ...........................En tl'rprillf ................................ .. 1():UII a ni

Scheduled For January. Huhn came to Florida about two GENERAL PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE 122 MS BAY ST '
Coast Railway, C. II. Huhn, a wealthy >? JACKSONVILLE

Joe Hooker Post No. 9, Grandjr Army merchant of Philadelphia, accompaniedby weeks ago for his health. He had a ; 1
F.bf.iRO\b10NGF.1.Jp.ar t.Cu.1'nr: .A t.12 \\,
-t-tIavHI..Imlw.uvilk,
y of the Republic, held a meeting Satur- Dr. C. II. Deaver, and two trainednuJ'S's touch of appendicitis, but thought the \ I.. COOl'1'.ILIIt., Fit. -\J.!1. <'. 1'. LO''1-.1.1., Supt; ;' IlaV. '

day evening, at which the anneal election arrived in Daytona Friday nightat mild climate of Florida would\ benefit r r' I Flint IIii>ini St.; .]:.. In iiiilU Mi I
of officers took place. S :/ 0 ; A.C.HAGFR'1Can't Far: t'u, 1'nrr. .AJM. .\' u i.il.
For four consecutive yens ave the a late hour, as told in Saturday's Daily him. He settled at Ul1yt.olla'llI'r(' he V / i I.YI hi-): .MUM: :. 'i.; !,. iniFii-f '''it .AJf'lIt. X.'I\ Yurk. .]
THEO. a r.niR: \\ n. P. cLVUii&co.
,same officers served and t \ eieagain News. intended remaining for the winter but t ,
I funeral MuLiifiir, General: I Auenta
: unanimously elected. Following' aw the1 Mr. Huhn was speeding to the bedsideof was seized with another severe attack: ChesebrougbiAtildita. li! Ih' ft.. }:f'WIIL: )

offiers: his son, who was suffering with a severe so wired his father to come to his assi-t-; '
Commander. H. Matthews ..
attack of appendicitis, in this city. :
.t e Senior Vice Commander P. Bal- ance.Dr. (If you arc going to NEW YORK EOSTON
i lough. Dr. lJenvt'r1ind the trained nurses accompanied Deaver is said to helllt'ofthl' best AND THE EAST j
TAKE THE -
' :I Junior Vice Commander H. E. Mr. Huhn, as it was thoughtan appendicitis experts in the ('lIui..t ry,:I1ul, .'

a Thompson. operation would have to be performed. immediately upon the arrival of tin-

,, Quartermaster Lf Rodgers. l. young man in Philadelphia\ opi.ration
Officer of the Day-C: R. Cox.
I It was thought, however, that the will be performed, in the hope of six: 'm J
Officer of the Guard-Chas. Mansfield.
I Adjutant-H F. Douglass younger: Mr. Huhn would be able to stand his life. end the famous 0.-jng CrnvM, rineajijjle PUntitlons, E '

Chaplain-T. II. Cave. -- Cocoanut Groin mil Vegetable }*.riut of the country tributary tG J

The organization is arranging for a Prosperous and Happy.At On the (complaint a colored man INDIAN RIVER, LAKE> 1YOUTH and BISCAYXE Bil

camp fire to take place some time dur- Daytona there is every indication- named Wesley two women of like rotor are reached from Jotlionville *l Ia the

ing January, but the date has not been were brought before Mayor Smith on I'
v. of progress. Bulldi ng operations in and FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.
decided upon. E. Dillingham, H. F. around that city this fall have been very Saturday. His Honor, t the Mayor, could Ocean Steamship Company
'i Douglass: and T. L. Rodgers, compose find no charge against the woolen, :md I
w' good, and the indications are that the t
the committee in charge of the camp town is on an era of great prosperity. they were accordingly dischnrjjt; d.I.r lN i ; ,

f fire. Many handsome residences have recently r. l ,I
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been completed and there are no less ,
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ROBBERS AGAIN AT WORK. than a dozen homes of handsome architecture V A :, "

under course of construction. /4# : 1 1I'or
The residences in price from
t vary ___ ropy of beautiful book,"East Coast of Florida",tat map of g I '

Williams' Store at Seabreeze Rob $2,000 to $10,000, and they are being Peninsular Florida, and other Information, iddreoiJ. .. .. ..
fitted up in elegant style, commensurate R. PAUKOTT, J. I'. BU KWITH, 3.D.BAHSEB, 'u "
n bed.-Thief Enters Daytona with the progress, of Daytona. ,...,reo.,* G...Xu.,,.. Train...ar... A.G.r.A. .

Home end Takes Booty.A Florida,Sun. 1e ,T. Am'STUSE. FI.A. .
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bold thief entered a house: on South JUtTRADEASPECWLTJAtl(50lY1LU .--

Palmetto avenue at an early hour Sat- Dont Let Them Know You Know. ( I ( ::

urday, and' was successful in getting When neighbors talk about themselves, I t ANL STALITYoruoxvilliumlir

away with a handsome diamond ring And blow as neighbors blow, 'IJ HEALTH '

and $40 in bills Just keep your counsels to yourself .. ivFRVi art..rtuv naom>EI r' :.L8 )losti'nItl'filar) nnd Filial; (''''1>lui;ise \nnioisri>inn the Hllantir.; :
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The burglar made his way through a Don't let them know you know. .J The great iron M"tonic pill nnel rcstnrallvo fortl1l'nnnel women.produt'H SA I L Fit-in SJMIMIII| to iNVu YtltIutHln.\ i .\ \V,'d'.v. I 1'ridnjr -
window on the first floor of the house \\ hen e'er you meet a man who talks, Williams'Indian Pile iga.\\-11it.11'II? lh and \'ilalit.\'. IJltiltl'llll' the system and rCllows the Dormalvil"or. 11G S FifiiiiS.i\niiiiii, I : lo liosion\ (din ft) Monday niid''lliiiiNl8jTaLlfHMipi ..g

by breaking the blind. In his operationshe Puts on a lot of show. ESDr." ,' will ami cure lulling liiiml, HFTER USING: briuciuLealthandlaappiuess., securely \vmj,IgdasesinaU>]url.onrareitof i FI.rsalebyalldruggist price $1.00 per box!! I '| | d wit hall. tlwdi-liiM ;iih tl 1\11111' deco nod Si.iillun nailitaffoid. t
made some confusion, which awakened Alt ho' he's empty as a gourdDon't I L Uubsorb*the tumors O boxes for $:;.00. ])r. Blotfs Chemical Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 1 Tii.Ut M.ldiiiil 1 L.Ihrgge: M-Le i, ,i kid] thriincli to soar jmiiit luift.
the occupants. The man, however, anrys the ILcbiul'IH u,."".acts '::;,,1.11.. layl.au. Iv r..4' ]tus..II Ask for _
let him know you know. asa p uttia'e, gees instant re- copy "GREEN FOLDER."
jumped out of the window while the You'll find a l lot of tricks and shamsIn lief. Dr. Williams'Indian, Pile Oint. -- For rate of faire, ivM-ruition of t.tntiiuoniHtf.., nj.plv! to marw-t rniliond titltt .
: of the within went H prepared for P1lweanti Itching ajt"/lt, fir nd.htr'1-I -
owner place was a few
: life, both high and low, of the private parts. Kvcry box Is
y inches of having him within his grasp. But warranted By drurtfi i..tl. by wail on receipt U n -- -- ----- ---- -- )\'. 'U. ri.i:11' ': EN'I: s'l'ravrlibg, lass .\ -t., \j! Hull: Pi.. Savannah} fia.
when you read a rascal's mind, of ul cents and *1. ;3 a The police force have the matter in Don't let him know know. MAIUFXCTURING price. CO.. i'rop.-i: ; Cleveland, 01110- G S FARLEE l'LEAs.1'1.5,1'? e I'K-H.."and Cen'l/ MWr, .1. C.' I10UTOX, lit,". Taw. Ajct.
you I Tier :1? '. \r rib Jtiu r. New Yolk.Painting .
;r charge, and arejndeavoring to locate a For things Fur sale 1\ 1"11 HlltI) ! are they
never as setm- _.
clue which to work. I Decorating .
Paperhanging. -
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want friends slow _
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Whate'er the faults the ethers have.non't New I9( Wall Paper tinlarjpst I
.s and hnnclsnnipst
linp of wall
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+ Williams store at Seabreeze paper !
r was broken grocery into Saturday, night, and the let them know you know. Air Line samples; ( over shown illl Daytona> / JlIlpol'lrfl) l and doinesti"gf>o from !Tic to .i.OO( ) roll. .'!:11(10 I)
cash drawer tampered with. The robber 1 pr new devious! to select frfiin. Interior I I

: Purchased a Houseboat. decorating a SPcl) 'idly.orthern nioclianics; cinployod.OIlMiMind :
got away with two dollars in change i i DO N'T ROAST HERr :
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and also ft quantity &f cigars. George A. Rowe was in Titusville recently .Fun. / Sh.ip.brtl.!. { .-_ '.\\',-I nne. DAYTONA I J FI.OKIOA.) I :;

.ac' The thief affected an entrance through and purchased a two masted Savannah/ Coluinliia} ) liii-liiiinnd: / -- -- ---- ---- ------. Hy nuiifitlling, her to babe the family I Iln'ad!, Imt t 1 Imy it fiom) the. ,;

.c_ the rear window. The manager of the houselxiat from Peter Nelson of that Camden, Soiitliorn. I'nu's, I'ali-iirh: -- ---- (!J '
t' store says that he has a clue and some plare. He pill have the houseboat e o + o + o 0 0 + + .. + o
Washington, llnliimuiv. Tliila- DAYTONA BAKERY I
developmtnts are expected. hauled on the ways at Titusville, and j [

i. have an engine pdfin the craft. Charles delpliia and New York. I Daytona Ice Company !
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Walter, of St.apleton,N.accompanied H r. 9. | "'K a saving of time, work and.) money Fresh Bread de- I

Election at Daytona Beach. fAt Mr. Rowe on his purchasing trip to Ti- TWO ELEOANT TRAINS DAILY: > PURE ICE I I 1? livered Daily to all) parts of the ('il). Also Cakes, l 1'ies and e\ery 1 ia

" an election held at Daytona Btchd tusville. __________ SEAWARD EXI'UKSS > S other )production, of the modern, ujvto-datc bake }shop.: ) .I l

: r on Saturday, George P. Johnstonyas Made from Distilled Water. f f

elected alderman to fill the un expired 'Tis No Joke. andSKAHOAIinUMAIL 9 Factory corner) I'ailronil: and Volnsb a\'pnllf' I QUIGG & MILLER P Volusia Avenue ',='

'.' term of J. C. Butler, who recent! iteigned. The Daytona Daily News regularly : : JOO O O . . . ropS A'earle 1 t.
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: Dr. J. VanValzah was also arrives at this office and is found to be kickModern ... .u l--woo' ",") 'LC jJi.fir+.(,)i J.I."."J...h' 1..,,,,,,,,.__ I

r ;. elected to the aldermanic chair, to fill a quite bright and newsy. To run a daily

; regular term. The municipality across paper in a town the size of Daytona is Pullman .
S. H. Gave
: the river polled only 21 votes. no joke; and, consequently, the merchants N. ERICKSON I
EquipmentOnly I Parkinson House
of that picturesque town should Ak 'IIITX'T, DnuiKit AND CONTHACTOK

k Daytona Is Humpl 1t. liberally support it with advertisements. Line operating daily through Rasideneeandnffire, northeast corner ol Cabinet Maker and

The Miami Metropolis says: little -Titusville Advocate. .- sleepers from Jacksonville Fine to)(aiion corner I'id<<1 owood 1 and Magnolia Aennes.Klcclrir Rillgt'wuod and Volunia avenue*. <

Daytona, our up the coast neighbor, is to New Orleans.
s h a humping.: Over one hundred build- Building Pretty Launch.A l: Lights,, Sanitary I'linnliinrr} Math and all Phone 89. Daytona, Florida Woodworker *

ings, at an aggregate cost of $282,205, handsome launch is in course of RKaS modern! coiivrnionces. Talilo tIle liest the market af-
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were erected there during the past year. construction here for Richard Stevens, For full information and sleeper reservations fords. Large, nicely furnished l rooms, ttcllli'llfealand .

That's pretty good and the Metropolis of BraddockPa. The launch will be call on nnr ;'IIIr"a..1 I Ocean H.lIIel\\' Sevens, Picture:
hopes the next will see the number healed! Southern exposure./ For rates, apply to
year used the boat.H. .
by owner as a pleasure agent. or writeA. I Moulding made I to onler.I Ail find of
4 ', of buildings doubly or more increased.T. 0. MllclO SELf., F. W. SAMS I: i Proprietor.
I MRS JOHN B. PARKINSON I Fin iiitiireRi-j.niriiijjd J')iie on chort notice
A. Perkins, son of Dr. Perkins, will .ht'i tallt General! ('ns-scngi-r/ Ajrcnt atec, |_.J.110 per tiny and Upwara,
B. Chilton, of New Smyrna, was in open a meat market fit Daytona Beach, ,s. C. BOYLSTO.V, JR., Passenger Agent I Owner and Proprietor, Special to Refrulto* Hourderw. at wavnnablepritwe.'!

fhe city Sunday. in a few days. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. j .
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f -- blEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA l'uttaje .Ueiiue, Daytona,


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