The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title: Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title: Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Alternate Title: Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 1905
Publication Date: 1901-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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.,$ Will Endeavor'To Locate the Robbers. Sun Brothers Show Will Visit Day Many (food wh'e Been Carried II

Don't Mind If You Are Stopped tona.-Parade, With Matinee Away Of Late. Bicycle Concerns I
After Ten O'clock. and Show in the Evening. Lose Two Last Friday.A F1611T.FOR JOB. .

The police force of> the city are thoroughly Greater: than any other is the Sun Glzdll'-Xewi: rt'ple.sentative is in receipt I

I '0+- determined to }bring the guilty Hros.' New Railroad Shows, Trained! of information that more than I I : ,

parties to justice, and those:, who have Animal Exposition. This is the ideal five bicycles have ht.-en stolen within the I .

: Reported That They Will Exceed Two\ bern pilfering homes in this vicinity had show the public have been I l'ag'rlyait past ten days, two of which were taken Removed Solicitor to Appeal to Senate. .

J',. "_'" ing for. No fal-e pretenses and no misrepresentations
,0 better hunt for new quarters.: last Friday, one from the Central Cycle

: After 10 o'clock each of any kind to tempt Livery and the other from Graham
F Mil evening, every
a Minute.-Interest Growing Causes That
j person on the street will lie stopped if the patrons of amiiM/mcnt but, on the Thompson The parties that called for Are Assigned By .: M*

he happens to come in contact with an contrary, every promise is faithfully the \\ Ill'dsWI' well dressed: ,clever look,

./ in OrmondaDaytona Meet. officer, and his identity! made. known. kept. ing men, in both instances, telling. the The Governor. 1/ f '

' H. Marshal Zuber wants to advise the public Their motto has always Iw-cn to "Ex-I proprietors that they wanted to take a ....... r
fif;. Not ht' outdone by the new Dar- Mercedes from Boston to Sew York a Regarding the removal of J. W. Per- the 'ring and of desire a* *
cel") not only in =enting to the American course, to
& I not to feel hurt if they are Mopped( : pie ride about! \town, and over to the beach,
racq racers two-miles-a-minute guar51' year ago, was in negotiation for the public an exhibition at once kins, as county solicitor of Volusia make ,what capital is possible out of the
for it is a hard matter at night, in certain pure to see (the place, etc.

anteed, it is learned that a special:; Mercedes I Gobron-Brillee car while In Europe last places, to distinguish people. and instinctive, but in grandeur and The last seen of the two men is that county by Gov. Broward, the DeLand the thing. The pity is that our chief

: racer is in course of construction I summer.A completeness! in its arenic, zoologicalaiidspfci.il Supplement says: executive should let himself be a party
Mayor Smith is considering the advisability they were heading for Port Orange, but _

; that is expected to show even greater third racing monster:: is,said: to be in of putting on an extra force lie fctituMs; in addition to all no one from that point seems to have "Monday, J. W. Perkins received an to a political move of this kind.

; '. speed than to miles in a minute. The course of construction in a machine thiithcie are presented! numcioussuiuttional official communication from Gov. Brow- "Of Mr. Perkins will make r
i\: Pin says there is: &o much ,lipP"r-hall'l''I' : got len a glimpse of them. course,

"v :' horsepower is g1'enas 150 normally. New YOlk C'ity-or, to be correct, in work going on now. that if something: is feats;, awe inspiring: arts, 20th) The unlucky owners, after feeling that ard, to the effect that he had been removed answer to all these charges at the proper

fIt( It is said that with this machine is several machine shops-since the manu lot done, there will he more as the iTijtury gills l ;u;, downs, object holders they hud been flim flamed put the wires : from the office of county solici- time, and will convince the people of ;

i' hoped f to retrieve the speed reputation facture of various parts has. been distributed season advances. and novelty ptiformers, male and! female into u
.r of the Mercedes make. By whom it will to.conceal the features I.of the i champion] arenic idrbiitie?, always various towns and corresponded with adjournment of the next session of the discharged the duties of his office, and

be entered in the Florida meet is at machine. The horse power is given as Many Will Come From West. i i at every performance, appearingin owners of other bicycle establishments Senate, unless sooner reinstated by him. that the charges (which even his political -

f present a secret, though the following 250, the designer is a French engineer, I the ring compri.-ing a triple centaur, down the ('nast.Pilfering. "The Governor sets up three grounds enemies must admit are weak and

.J automobile sportsmen have all been residing in.New York. : Daytona has many Western peoplewithin eclipsing: tiding, bevtrly of skill:: dexterity for removal,and states that full par- flimsy) are made from 'political necessity
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its borders and in the I
named as possible nominators: William Charles, S. Schroeder- a manufacturerof early new I beauty and strength. Double, triple ticulars and a copy of the charges. will / He will present his answer to the

i. :t K. Vanderbilt, H. L. Bowden, E. R. Jersey City, has purchased: the SO- year, crowds are expected from tharlspetioll and quadruple bareback riding acts on Orange droves. be furnished Mr. Perkins later. Senate, and it is almost certain that the
of the Within the several
country.TheChicago past days parties
Thomas, S. T. Stevens and E. H. R. horse power Darracq'owned! last winter the unclothed backs of running racing, "The grounds for removal, as stated Governor's course will not be approved.
\ and Florida Limited!,running have visited the Hinsky grove located
k Green. by Edward M. Steck, o( Daytona; but galloping and trotting horses.: Those by the Governor, are, in substance, as "There were many regrets expressedby
between Chicago and St. Augustine on Ridgewood Avenue, and have carried -
l Another new car for theOrmond-Day- never raced by him. Mr. Schroeder availing themselves of attending will pee follows: the people of DeLand when it was
will be placed in service on the 8th away numerous loads of oranges,
ton race b: said to be a specially constructed proposes to enter the car in the Ormond- some of the best talent, features acts, "First. Failure to prosecute parties known that the Governor had seen fit to
of January, and this train will likely equal to several boxes. 'The parties are
Gobron-Brillee of 200 horse- Daytona meet. Gc-6. W. Young, a Wall f'that/ brains and money can secure. accused of election frauds in the Orange remove Mr. Perkins as county solicitor,
bring many. The first train will leave kno\\n, said Mrs. Hinsky, to a Gazette.
power, and.yet under the weight limit. street banker, whose:: 110-horse power The Sun Hi-other New Railroad :Shows I City precinct at the last Democratic and these regrets were mingled with in-
lock in the A'eus: if such
Chicago at I l:15: ( ( afternoon! presentative, "and tinoffeusr

;51. : Harry S. Harkness, who established a Fiat will be driven by Fletcher, is another and, will reach Atlanta the next" morning \\i1lc\hibitat Daytona__ on lWeml is l'I'IJ>t.ll'ltld again, arrests will primary election. digation when they realized that Mr.

the-field. *- Mat '1'1. ':- ..; ..... "Second. Failure to prosecute parties Perkins1 head had fallen purely on ac-.
remarkable record with a 60-horsepower newcomer in at 10.24 uYloi-X, .HI at t.J oVI.t follow. T\nt only OIKT tUia u ? '!'."<> oei foi manci-ci, lain I "f chine, ut :-J Volusia county holding United tatesgonrnn1f'nt ,-,,_. ., r.I i.r nl\ntlition.q. and he-_. ___
-- in the afternoon; and St. Augustine at i but it has happened several
and S p, m. I Doors opt n one hour eailier. 1- licenses for the sale of cause of the desire of certain parties to
9:15 at night. The train which is one : times. The owners have beeen lenient -
Don't fail to see the great street : build up 'machine' in Volusia County.
11.I CHANGE MADE Ali of the best that will be operated! in the I with the; parties whom they know, liquor.
pageant day of show: at 12 o''dud noon. "Third. Failure to prosecute 'noto- "For many months efforts have been
!but such
United States, is being extensively advertised bewaie. : an occurrence happen
rious' place at Xew Smyrna, where it made to secure the removal of Judge
by the Central Railway ofleorgia again.HOBOES
was well known that liquor was sold, Stewart, judge of the Criminal Court;
whose tracks it will use be .
MILITARY POST. SUN BROTHERS'World's and was frequented by Mr. Perkins. Mr. Perkins, the solicitor and, perhaps, ..,
t\\'epnItNIIl: and Atlanta.: It will I becomposed
HERE IN NUMBERS: "The place referred to in the third other county officers, and it was realized {
of Pullman li-
sleeping cars Progressive ,,
charge is, perhaps, Capt. Sams' hotel. that sooner or later action might betaken :,
diner thoroughfare, I .
braryohff'f\'ation ,
, tH. RAILROAD SHOWS The fact is that those who are 'agin as the 'anti-ring' Democrats have .
mail, baggage and express cars. Alnny Now Camping on the Outskirts

J. D. C. Morrjrand Clark Now Lieu- Musem, Menagerie and Trained I of laytona-Something;;Should I the government are quite as anxious to been bringing every possible pressure to '

'do':Capt. Sams as to 'do' the balance of bear on the Governor." '.1
Animal ExhibitionOne I
Be Done.
| tenant of Halifax Rifles.-Jibb I LOBBYIST MURPHY WAS HERE.A of tire largest| Richest and test I
A> the winter appmncl es, tramps are

SHOWS ON EARTH seeking; their way south and Daytonaand CLARK

I Made Adjutant. Unique Character Comes to Day THEm: 1 Hth ANNUAL: : TOl'Rofrcmtliiiinus the j-iibutbaa' towns are already enjoying -
success,unit present lo lli.'ir I COUNTIES.'S
tona.-"Pat" Murphy i is Known million imlrciiis tin prcnaiioii, Hun is ii. n friipeiflnoiis! amount of them.
'1 Tuesday night's meeting of Daytona's parry and his promotion i is a merited nil essential features uhtohitftv. new from
k All Over Florida. lH-f hiiiliiK to end. la us aui,'rl> In <,uuliiyHI Tint- tramps very ldom make their
lI1Iiien9UrableInqual111y. flue uniy bigshow ASSIST
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military company was an important one.W. coming to your city this season. way to the main part of the town, for
i' one, and the result of the work will un- F. Jibh, who has filled the positionof I'atri'kllIrphy: the politician and
fear of being hauled up, but they stayon
doubtedly bear fruit.J. Second Lieutenant with capable and lobbyist, who claims Jacksonville as his FRIDAY DEC. 29thDAYTONA
the outskirts, in old buildings, and in --- -
will be home but at the time the bin
appointed legislature
painstaking ability ) ,

D. C. Morris, who for some time nany instances terrorize the people residing -

past has capably filled the position of Major Parkinson as adjutant of the session makes Tallahassee his roosting : in the vicinity. Congressman Introduces Bill in House that

Second Battalion. place,arrived in Daytona Monday and -raw. ..
adjutant in the Second Battalion, wagelected Reports: received latent the Mayor'sotluc
August II. Schmidt was: elected as I.! ft Tuesday for :Miami, where he : i.) (JT.,)......'f'... I 1"I'/l/1.-U" ;
to the place of first lieutenantin /Jl ) there i bunch of them lo-
: ""I 'j.I :say > a
treasurer. I will work in the interest of the Florida I" :;;-'..' T4'\ Makes Sale of Liquor More Stringgent.Prohibitionists
the Halifax Rifles. Mr. Morris makes -- '-;lLr" ated in the old' I\ing"ton: depot, while
The election was by a unanimous vote I East Coast Railway and Hotel System. 1 li ,. \
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I rP' -. .- Holly[ I Hill i b being imposed upon by a
and his friends are congratulating .
a good
of the company. "Put" Murphy a*? everyone knows i W -- .\\1. .
M-ttleiiH'iit. of thrm who are camped in Pleased
chopn. -.7\1\
him on being one of the Captain Smith, in a few well ''' --
him, is known the length and breadth! of
I .i I 4.1 ( 1i.. an old\ building in that vicinity, while ...
members stating that ..
.,,s lieutenants of the command. remarks spoke to the State and he has friends wherever :" .-. ,-;.' ". Congressman Frank Clark, who in : ternal revenue officer of the United
r ) coining nearer home, it is said) that there I
interest should be renewed. He asked I. "' I
s Neville H. Clark the young optician, he goes. : 'fl {' Vt.1' (I; \o..,. \ Y'Z1 tj can b seen K-ore or more skirting in several wet and dry counties in Florida States, to receive from any person, firmor
: each and every member of the companyto As for tales about Florida the earliest ( \ 2'J.!< .\ I of the Prohibitionists
.?j was raised from the place of sergeant to .... ; 0 '\':'1. r t.. the vicinity of the Nation most every championed the cause corporation, payment for any special .
the drills regularly.The \ J. Q f.
attend days, he has them by the legion and ,,'= : bill in Congress l
.I./ I has introduced a tax as a brewer, manufacturer of stills, j >I
!\ second lieutenant. Mr. Clark has Fein will in the future drilleach e\'<-uinn, sullie coming in on trains and
company ;fsv: AW/
whenever you get in the 'ompanyof: t thi'gentlemen 9 .. : ) '''I : which, if it pases will putastop to rectifier of distilled spirits, wholesale or ;
: uther uileinpiing to steal a ride for newpastures. i
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i. a long term of service with the torn- Tuesday evening.MOST will find him tmiiiiie in I .. t 'i it
you blind tigers, and will also: give a real dry retail dealer in spiritious, vinous or malt .,j j t
all of his talks and movements. He can El'ROPKAX: MKXGKRIi; : : :,
in those counties that have won such
SURVEY IN PROGRESSvGEODETIC WAS A BRUTAL MURDER.Horrible -\I\BL\X: CARAVAN 1I'lIil..III" : Very. few vagrants and hoboes, county liquors, where the business per- |
and how Northerners
tell of the alligators jon
',,, the is to be carried
:SltTtlUMlllir| and ,! '''' rule for fight. son, firm or corporation
: ever /KO\ hungry, as a they
were afraid to come to Florida for \\'tl B<'ual t:' tutu lt, presenting new andetrlllshe
: ft'a'lines. rue of lli- irndifRainosealenl I make it their business to get some ort Congressman Clark's bill is as follows: in any voting district! town, city,

={ Renewing Landmarks.-Now on East Crime Committed at Cocoa- fear of being gobbled up by these: mons -' Ills t'I'lilfrprlM-s; $Ia"" "f l lu.of. WorM\11I./1 :OUIIIr"tll..r \ of >lirll<'r ami : thin ihing to cut A bill to prohibit internal revenue officers -. county Territory or State where such i' .

) Coast.-More Than Thirty Years nut Grove.-Wife of Well-Known ters. Then, as a contrast, he will likely TilE GRAND: : PKTnnsjn: Many of these men'j.it homes and from receiving special taxes from I business is prohibited. i
F tell you how t the East Coast has developed I .:'I
Since Last Survey. Farmer Is Assassinated. .' STREET PARADETakes ask something to eat and it is very any person, firm or corporation for Sec. 2. That any person, firm or corporation <,
and the great change that has been -

Assistant Engineer Isaac Winston, of. With her head crushed;" and terribly brought about by Henry M. Flagler, the place at 12 o'clock noon hard fur a man or woman to refine a the carrying on of the business of a engaging i in any hu ines& mentioned '?5

the United States Coast and Gt'odeticI I mutilated: finger-marks on the throat human being when" in need, but the brewer, manufacturer of tills,rectifier in Section I of this act in any ,
benefactor.! As for a place to go hunting Friday December 29.
>: Survey, is on the East Coast leaking ge- and chest, and conditions bearing evidence and fihing, "Pat" :Murphy knows the fics.tioii|'| lies here: Can Daytona afford of distilled spirits, wholesale or retail voting district; town, city, county Territory :

odetic surveys and r newing old marker of criminal assault, the lifeless best:: :sj: ots. To a stranger he lose no I -t-liig Iion't let IIP aalhlllk..JI IIIO-.L ylfiuuU'| you JII.gl'1I1111"1'awnfrom to have Ilw-'I jH-ople living in the manner dealer in spirituous, vinous or malt or State here the carrying on of '";
wllIIH-S.| in UiUnuutr>. T\ll' lwrfonuaaeesaftrra.Halandevening. do and what communities here the such business is prohibited by the local "
David in car-
_; ings.It. form of :Mrs. Dora Suggs wife of time in booming the respective! localityin ili>"- IliUeludiulls they not knowing prankor liquors icounty
well-known citizen and farmer to lite (" ""binrdNhou' and Truiiii-tl what crime they may \IJe up to. rying on of such business: is prohibitedby laws of such voting di-trict, town, city,
has been more than thirty years I Suggs, a which he is working.A Animal' I E'IIuoIlI"Il, tpeetal' e.."' .ur"lvu..1I1
.f since the last survey was made of this residing west of Cocoanut Grove, near Gazette-N'ews representative! heard hue very lu"e->t rates on all lln sof iravi-l. It will be well for the county officersto I II I local laws, and to prescribe punish- Territory or State -hall, for a\.

coast and durii.g that time many of the Miami, was found in the woods near the Murphy say only a few words Mondayon Degrees Conferred.The t'ooratrilh, the police this city ments for its violation. every offense, be than fined not and le*Ito> than inrprkoned ;:;

land markings hae almost become extinct Obeuchain place at a late hour Monday his arrival here from Jacksonville, and dfise some ort of means to break Be it enacted by the Senate and house $LOO nor more $1,000
Halifax Chapter Royal Arch Masons [ not less than six months nor
and the coast line has materially night by the sheriff's pose and others uncomplimentary these t : camps up entirely of Representatives! of the United ,
but they were by no
held' a meeting Tiu--day: evening, at than two years.Sec. .
changed. Hence, the Department has searching for the same. to the city, as he considers In most: in.stance.s they are able-bodied States of Ameiica, in Congress assembled more
which time four candidates\ had the mill if I will not to work 3. That all laws anti! pails of
men they get or
Mr. Winston to the evidence: .
sent oi.t re-s Though there are no body Daytona the prettiest town in Florida. :
I ; conferred 011 tlum. There were leave this section themon the roads laws in conflict with tht- pro\ ,.inns .
; coast and channels and replace the of outrage upon the person, other conditions put That from anti after the passage of I
many: Masons in attuidancc! and I they flf and Volusia hereof be, and the same are hereby, re I
Daytona County
markings. connected with the horrible this act it shall )be unlawful for any collector i
Christmas edition of the Jacksonville report having a very fine time.
4 j Mr. Winston has completed the task crime prove almost conclusively: thai The of internal revenue. or other in-I pealed.r .

of locating the landmaiks on Anastasia the crime I. was committed I, and that I it Metropolis was issued last Saturday : Pushing Work on Hendricks' Building. Major J. ,\. rn low, Jr., of St. .\uguI :*- -------

and it was one of the handsomest! ; I tine, :State; n"prt'ntali'e of the Xational School Entertainment.Great Christmas Tree Saturday Night. J
Island and Xoi'h Beach, at St. Augus- was the intent of the assassin,when he Sunday
I ever published Carpenters are busilycuganrtl: pulling : -. HiM-uit: Company, was here this I a
tine. He has surveyed the channel made the assault, which added another and moist complete papers preparations are being made by W. H. Posten, superintendent of the
contained l lpages work on the Hendricks building\ onHeu w'k, hustling business: !, for his concern
there, and also the Matanzas River link chapter, to the criminology of in the State. The edition ( children of the First Sunday School of the M.. E. Church
or best Sunday School
Major lln>lo\ Js one of the posted; the
11, Street.; Lathers at oik \
: : arc w on .
r4 in columns
along its entire down far matter its
length, as as and the fo the
Dade County.Mrs men in the State: : III' is, a confederateveteruh Baptist Church for the Christmas exercises South, is making preparations .
the dredge which is the East the job, and plasterers! will commence
opening up Suggs was alone at the time of covered a wide range of topics that: made and last week in Jacksonville: : take place Sunday evening holding of the Christmas tree in the Y
Coast Canal. In addition to establishing work in a few days. It i expected: that
.. : interesting reading. The Metropolis not was a con.-picuou.s) figure at the Reunion this Saturday evening. Recitations -
The con
the old landmarks and lighthouses, her death. in the church' progiam
the building will be readyfor occupancyin and always has a
deck thatis He likes Daytona,
: the wireless station on the bland will ine.e Several pieces of rock with blood, long; ago installed, three press Sit of a cantata, recitations, etc. etc., will be on the program.
V eks. word to fur the town.
:six or seven good say .
future appear on the charts. stains on them have been found. now working to perfection.


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PALMETTO I Local 'Happenl g.. I CBP.le in and look them over to MASONS ELECTTllflIROFFICERSS

GEO. H. CLARE Stationer.. .
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MU frrpwUr Brut ti/ Attacked atCoeoanvt <;

Yes, we are satisfied and take this -

CLUB MEETS.; Crime Grove.Committed.-BoM Attemptat opportunity of thanking you all lot The Womans' Home Mission Societyof :

the liberal patronage that we hate the 11. E. Church South meets on .
Close the heels of the Suggs murderof ,
on wish
enjoyed everybody
we a Wednesday afternoon before the third
.. Monday night, and within fortyeighthours '0. :-
s-Ga- Merry Christmas. Sunday of each month.

thereafter, a vicious attack was L. H. HOWE & Co., Daytona Fla. ;

: Birds Was the Subject of a Very Interest. made known on young Miss lady Daisy at Carpenter her own ,home a well in kkk.W. William and LtBeace Christy are Installation Takes Place on St. J hn's. Da'y" ,::2;1

Wednesday evening. A. Whiting and family have arrived home from Stetson University, visiting <
Cocoanut Grove

: ing Meeting Held Thursday! at the Having occasion, to step to the back I in the city from Burlington Vt. with their parents, Mr. and Yrs.'c.1f. District Deputy Grand Master says _.

and located in of the Brown cot- Christy during the .-
porch of the residence, she paused a moment are one holidays. ",!'-

Daytona Opera House. and was alarmed to see a ,man tages, on Ridgewood. Lodge an' Official Visit. '. '::0

step from behind a tree, not 'ten feet kk S
Fancy Xmas Stationery-it will
From Friday's Daily. j non; the encore was Neidlinger's"Robin from where she was standing. The usual Christmas exercises will beheld From Friday's Daily. Junior Warden-Wm, H. Byne. -
pay you to see it even if you don'twant An official visit was paid the local '
4 The second routing of the Palmetto ," which was also very sweetly i Before she could utter a syllable or at the Congregational Church on Treasurer-F. T. Peel-
any-at Clark's Stationery order of Masons last evening by District -
club was held yesterday in the Opera- I rendered. The next was a paper on call out, the man seized her and attempted Tuesday evening, December 26th, at Secretary-A. H. Carter
I A fine has been Store. Deputy Grand Master Scott Hodgkin -
c for the afternoon 7:30p.m. program
House. The program the )I The
Birds of Florida, by Dr. to drag her off porch. officers appointed were:
"Extinct ,
prepared. of DeLand, and the evening was
- was called "Bird Day, and was At this she screamed, and her mother Senior Deacon
opent'd'\\ Edith R. Brush, in which she described J. A. Hutchinson has rented the Iane pleasantly spent in electing and appointing -A. A. Buck.
: by a flute obligato, "Pretty and sister who were within the house, S.- kk
that seen no more. property corner Magnolia and officers for the ensuing Junior Deacon-Grant Maloon.
encored several birds are Ridge- year.A
which loudly Mrs. Ellen Call died at Tallahaspee
Mr.; Sengstak, was I and only a few feet away, came to Iwr Long -
Pink Curlew whose wood avenues, through Smith & sumptuous supper was served, Senior Steward-W. A. Cove.
the ,
and to which he graciously responded closing with rescue. Sunday, in the eightieth year of
I Thomas. which was thoroughly enjoyed.
; with a "Bird Song." plumag.* has been used for millinery The scoundrel, in the meantime: had her age, of paralysis. She was a daughter # Junior Steward-Charles Kost :.
The officers elected for
following were
The first paper was "Birds," by Mrs. purposes until it has become, like tht pulled her a few feet away from the gf former Governor: Richard Keith I Tyler-W.. Fmr.
the ensuing term.
Annie C.: Jones, which was listened to White Heron, almost extinct. It was avery house, and in the struggle had torn the Call and was the first white child bornin Go to Peter Ladas for Christmas Master-C. S. Harris. The installation will take place caSt.

attentively and received many comp1I :- fii.e paper. The""program closed I sleeve of her waist and almost demolished Tallahassee. Mrs. Long was a woman Boxes of Cigars, Candies and FruitsC. Senior Warden-W. Hobbs. Johns Day, Wednesday, Dee. 27.

ments. Miss F.lizal-th) Wood then sang that of culture and had for long years been I : .
-I with a flute obligato by Mr. Sengstak, garment. p. p.a.t..-A.S.S5 S a5t. ... .... S S 55 S 5.H. <.. '..II--....-..-....-..-.-.-. -...-..II-...-.-.-L--..-...-..-..-.-...-.-_-__--.L---.---'--.'---.---_- -S
: in her sweet clear voice, "The Bird and Hearing the approach of her mother prominent in the social and intellectuallife -yr-v -v'e'w e w w W WC wrr r wV C V Ct -r -S C V 5C W S S 'ws. TT"". 'J

the Rose." accompanied by Mrs. Bohan- accompanied by Miss Bobinson. and sister the villian fled through the of the State. She was personally S. Stearns and family,arrived Wednesday '

s .............,........... .,.....1f-h..,.... .............. ... ....... .... orange grove and disappeared.Miss : acquainted( with every governor of occupying from the New Bailey ling, X.cottage Y,, and on the are j L2! poem for today 1.

Floiida from Jackson to Broward.
Carpenter suffered a severe :shuck:
beach.If +I+++m++++++.+.++++++++*++++++.++++4+.++++++c.K

i i H poem for today I Ij from the ordeal and finally collapsedfrom : *4 ;)

the nervous effects of the fright re- From Friday's Daily.
j; .***********A A A*AA m A******************************; ceived.A Fred Mauks, of St. Augustine, is in the Tooth Brush you are usingis THE LOST LEADER rl

.t.. 4 posse has been out hunting fur the the city on business. not perfectly satisfactory get a By Robert Browning '-:

TRUE FREEDOM, AND HOW TO GAIN IT assailant, but he cannot be found. "THATSIT" 'l'ooth Brush now. '.

ROBERT BROWNING wrote this In :
poem a spirit of
By Charles Mackay Wade H. Jones arrived in Daytona, t fervid republicanism when he was thirty >.ear old. ;
About The Daily News. % Wordsworth to whom there Is reference In the verses,
Z 1E want no flag, no flaunting rag, yesterday, from Titusville. I'!' I- was in his youth an anlent republican, but later became .
: .: :., For Liberty to fight; The Daily News desires the largest H. Donnelly, of Great Barrington .. \ a Tory and accepted a position as stamp distrib

r We want no blaze of murderous guns circulation obtainable, and to this end: Mass l has purchassed two I Iglsfrom .-. uter under the government. He was also poet laureate :
I .r
for a few Browning was anxious to j
years. his
Palatka is
James J. Ill'nnis'ey of
To for the rightOur ,
; struggle endeavoring to get I resentment at what he considered Wordsworth's. .r.
we are constantly Mrs. Albert Todd, at Dayton Beach, 1 : defection
spears and swords are printed words, spending today in Paytona. I from the cause of liberty.
new subscribers.: Smith & Thomas. ; Don-
The mind our battle plain. through -- t

We've won such victories before The paper is printed in the afternoon nelly and family are here\>i/ s! !

And so we shall again. about three o'clock, ands delivered to Dr. and Mrs.( Miller, of Ormond, were and will immediately occupy one of the UST for a handful of silver he left' us,

I I We love no triumphs sprung of force i the most remote parts of the tity before i iI in the city, shopping, \Wednesday.j houses.A: J Just for a riband to stick in his coat- :
Found the one gift of which fortune bereft us, ';
stain her They brightest I five o'clock. Lost all the others she lets us devote. j
'Tia not in blood that Liberty
-.; Inscribes her civil laws. In the evening the people have leisure j Gail Moore is here from school, They with the gold to give, doled him out silver;
r- Handsome Confectionary Store. So much was theirs who so little allowed. .:
She writes them on the people's heart time to read, and that is the reason why { t7 spend the holidays with relatives.
the confectionary How all our copper bad gone for his service!
Undoubtedly prettiest -
In language clear and plain.
advertising in this paper J1ay I Rags. were thy purple. his heart had been proud! ;
True thoughts have moved the world before, in
and ice
store cream parlor
We have said before that we want We, that had loved him so followed him, honored him
And so they shall again. I C. M. Milburn, of Port Orange, was tona, is the place of J. A. Shanks and Lived in his mild and magnificent eye 1
local item obtainable, and it will
every the business visitors to Daytona Learned his great language, caught his clear accents, i
Son which for busi-
among yesterday opened
We yield no more in earnest love I ,
be if the friends of this }
appreciated pa- I Made him our pattern to live and to die!
Of freedom's cause sublime; yesterday.A ness. The store is in the new Shanks
per will either telephone us news notesor Shakespeare was of us, Milton was for us,
We Join the "Fraternity!
building. It is large, airy, and the public Burns, Shelley, were with us-they watch from their (rare*!
We the march of time. them
keep give to our reporter.
He aloue breaks from the van and the freemen 'J
:. I- And yet we grasp nor pike nor spear large palmetto tree has been removed can readily see that the firm is an ,
3 He alone sinks to the rear and the slaves! }

)) We've Our won victories without to obtain.their aid before, The Show is Coming.In from in front of the Daily News office enterprising one, and that they will doa We stall march prospering t through his presence; ";J

I on Headi street. large business: as soon as they are Songs may Inspirit us-not from his lyre; l
And so we shall again. of and the adversity
the sunshine success -
established.The Deeds will be done, while he boasts his quiescence, j
again firmly
-C of hard times the Sun Brot lu'rs' I Still bidding! crouch whom the rest bade aspire.
We want no aid of barricade S
To show a front to wrong; :New Railroad Shows have always kept I C. H. Whitner, representing the W. P. front portion is devoted to a fine Blot out his name, then; record one lost soul more, -;

of Jacksonville is line of goods, with a handsome soda One task more declined, one more footpath untrod .
We hare a citadel in truth faith with the people. At all times hon ; Sunnier Company ,
More durable and strong. fountain, while the rearS is attractively One more devil's triumph and sorrow for angels,
in't '
conducted truthfully adverted : t today on :: One to Insult to GodlL1fe' !
Calm Avonfytgreat thoughts unflinching faith, I orably wrong more wan. one more
arranged with tables and chairs,
pretty night begins. Let him never come back to US.
in InTberytwOQ -- and truthfully bv which they
i- Have never. striren ;:: presented; -
11p.h9ttl"iI ...- .. ilti."". w1u"r.* <.**-.to, futill lM>u4rvtl **t 441*:1' There- -n-ould W doubt, hesitation and pain,
have gained the highest pinacle of famein
-- -c-- *J((itt Hodkin, of IeLauid5I5)tsIt
And so they>shall again. I and all times during the day and night. Forced praise on our part-the glimmer of twilight; _
maintaining the reeogniml! leading I Deputy( Grand Master of the FourteentlDistrict :Never glad confident morning again!

Peace brotherhood- World's Greatest One The firm has been making candy in Best lIght on well-for we taught hiui-strike gallantly.
; : progress knowledge, position of the : of the Masonic! body of Florida,
The ignorant may sneer, Daytoua for some years. They are Menace our heart ere we master! his own;
Ring Show over all enterprises:! of like armed in afternoon.
Daytona yesterday
The bad deny, but we rely adepts at the art, and can please visitors Then let him receive the new knowledge and wait ut,

!' To see their triumph near. nature. M 4 4 and residents alike. Pardoned in heaven, the first by thf throne

No widows groans shall load our cause, Managers 1 Sun Brothers have alwayshad
. No blood of brethren slain.We've I The steamer Princess Isseua, which isnow They have an abundance of Christmas .....+t.++..++.++.+++++-I+++4+44+4.+4+4++4.3+.4.44U
three objects in vievnamely
principal _ _ _.
won without such aid before, of at the headwaters of the Tomokomcr. -
candy in all grades, and it will be to --' -'

And so we shall again. : Honesty originality and excellence. i is being put in condition and will interest to see them. A Christmas Lyric. I Christmas Exercises.The t
II your
The most important is the I
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x : first; without it no enterpii can hopeto
Curve that possum fine! Beach will give a Christmas concert in /
: Port Orange Items. SPEEDING OF AUTOMOBILES.Many I succeed. The Sun Brothers'Shows Go to Clark's for Xmas presents. Cwme
to get ter glory )'et- the church, on Saturday evening at 7KX:
Born to Mr. and Mrs Wm. Bennett, a come to you this season in an entire new 1 he 1'o-illi-lIl'1! of J. Case has been Carve dat possum fine! t
I o'clock. One feature of the exercises
I mo\ed\ from Beach si net to face i
dress and the I
daughter. are now touring country
Machines Already in Daytona. McCoy! Brothers have announced that Oh, believer, I II will he a huge snow ball. The public arc
i :Mr. and Mrs. Henderson have arrived, with the finest tiain of ears ever built Yoiiiria avenue. Carpenters will soon See de bright light shine!
they will give an excursion to Palm I cordially united. j
i; : and are boarding with Mrs. Coffy until -Keep Within the Limit and You for the purpose. They will exhibit at commence work on improving the house De life en drum ,
i Beach during the next few days in their
they get their house built. Will Not Be Arrested. Daytona on December :21., giving two I Say Christmas comeSo i
/ launch, Uncle Sam. It is likely that carve dat fine! ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Stockman have arrived From Friday's Daily. performances, at 'J and S p. in. $ po&um At the Daytona Beach M. E. ChurcL| f
Mr!. L. A. Bakom has itturncdftothe they will a good crowd.
t from Charlevoix, and are occupying Now that the season is approaching Watch for grand free street parade carry Christmas comin crost de hill- I special l Christmas:: services will be held
city from Boston Mass. and.will
day of show at 12 ()'('IIk noon. Carve dat possum fine!
and automobiles the '
their to
the River Shore are coming cityin '
cottage on and
on Sunday at 11:00: a. m. 7:30: p. m.
5lmIdtl1e winter in 1>00)'tonl1. Mrs.!Bal Ie cider foam, and de 'lasses: spill-
Drive. large numbers, it will be well for the com has extensive property Interestsheio. Waterman's Ideal Fountain I J enswhat's Carve dat possum fine. Rev. AtKIyman Smith, the pastor, will ;

: Mr., Mrs. and Miss Emmcrick arrived machine owners to abide by the law and Under the mistletoe. nicer for a Christmas gift? Oh believers, preach at both services. Morning theme,

last week. remain within the speed limit of ten The girl from PhiladelphiaIn The usual large assortment at Clark's See de bright light shine! ,i: "The Influence of the Manger." Evening <

; Miss::; Flanders was:' a Jcksonvile via miles per hour. some things is not Iuw. De fife en drum "Is Jesus the Christ?"
She says:-"Good gracious mudVas! 1 A large bear for J.V.. Booth arrived
tor la week.. Within the past few days a Daily Say Christmas come- -

Mrs. II. Meeker and Miss: George, have News representative has seen several Beneath that mistletoe?" in the city a day or two since from Or- A VERY PLEASING PREDICTION. So carve dat possum fine! FIRST. E. CHURCH. :

The St. Louis girl a Martini look numd and has been placed with the animals
arrived from N. J. machines down -
and '
Railway, are at speeding Ridgewood Christmas services will take place it

Lome in Mrat Metker's beautiful and BI'l<'h streets at a good clip. No At once begins to wear on exhibition in his amusementplace. DEATH OF DAVID A. EL :
;; cottage As r>he rXc-lIil1li-"lIl1w! ; my strange! Says Daytona Will Have 25,000 Inhabitants I CARTER. Sunday morning in the First 1[. "

on River Shore Drive. time of them was kept, but it is safe to I didn't know 'twas theie." I in Ten Years.-J. F. Church, at 10 o'clock. The program it

Mr. Winnand Mr. Coffy, spent last say that they were exceeding the limit. as follows;
The San Francisco maid demure
Hathaway Returns.From Wealthy Pittsburg Gentleman Dies at i
frr! week in Jacksonville. Marshal( Zuber is going to see that the Is calm as calm can he W. B. CJiurdi, an expert perscriptionpharmacit /Organ Voluntary, H. F. Stewart. ', .

4' Mrs. Meeker, Mr. Bellamy and Mr. law is enforced and if machine owners As with a blissful smile, sheJays,-': : has arrived here from New' Friday's Daily. His Ho on Rldgewood.-Aged ( .\p() t1l'S Creed. I .--

-. ? Christiancy are shipping oranges. persist in breaking the law, arrests will "You've caught right on, I see!" Yi.rk City to take a position with the J. F. Hathaway, the originator of the ,sixty-two Years. Prayer. :i

Mrs. Prevail and Mrs. Coffy drove upI follow. The Button. girl renunea herpecs;: Atwood Pharmacy. Mr. Church will Ormund-Uaytoiia races, arrived yesterday From Friday's Daily. ripture I.f'S>'cJl1. .

Her classic face .MtLite, from Ho. t(,n, accompanied by Mrs. David A, died
to Daytona Saturday morning. t'1I1t'r'n his duties in a few days. Carter at home. on "Gloria I'atri.
And, as she looks mound, she Niys:- Hathaway. 'They are for the present
.: The ladies intend having a supper We still have Ridged last evening about 7:3o'clock < OJft'rillg.SlIllrano. S
many pretty pieoeain "I'll take chair and wait." located
a at the Hotel Despland in this S
';_ New Year's night in Ridgewnod Hall frum an attack of heart failure.
Jewelry, Cut Glass and Sterling :Solo Mrs. II. F. Stewart.Hymn.
; for the benefit of Grace Church. The Gotham maiden lifts herself! The work of constructing: a concrete city, but in January they will go to Or. Mr. Caihr arrived from Pittslmigieventl
I .
Come and
\ve can please
Upon a tiny toe, sidewalk in mond to remain of the
front of the a portion
new Shank season i
:: wtks l liv his
Mrs. Rush went to Daytona faturdu; ago, accompanied F
) if for Sermon, "Tidings of Joy"-Rev.
you you are looking somethingnice. Remarking as she takes one more,
; Mrs. building began yestesterday.'hcii Hathaway is an cntluiMasticautomobiliv't wife and! nittt't the time he
Harry Sargent is her a was
visiting "
"It's M. Duaiin.I .
; GEt H. CLARK. English, don't you know?
;' parents. completed it will MId much to the appearance and was the first man to bring in feeble health, but his condition grew: I( S
Hymn.Benediction. S
Better still the braw
The stork ,'l.it'dIr.. and .Mrs. Eugene k ''k Another plan, inMeiul Daytona girl of that portion of the street the attention of the world to the fine gradually worse until the end came.He .

4 Rush, leaving them a fine little girl. Will Build Houseboat.Ceo. Of standing: just benruthhe tries- 4-4-4 race course, of which Daytona is proud \\sixty-two years of age, and! The Epworth: League service will take

j4 Mrs. Hardman went up to Daytona : P. Duncan, of Connecticut, Wednesday She wears, it on her head! F. 11. :Shires: } of Los Angeles, Cal., is Xews He was a welcome caller ut the Daily had a large legion of friend in his home pl.ice at I H.: :> in the evening and follow

:' Monday, on a bhopping tour. purchased from the Merchant's '4 '4 '* among the recent Arrivals at The Aus- .sanctum this morning, and poke city. He was wealthy, having made ing will be a sermon by the pastor, entitled
: encouraging words for the town, and most of his fortune the iron and
Col. Teddar has c-omc home fur the Bank a forty foot boat, which he proposes If the Tooth Brush you are using tin. Mr. Shires is brother of Ex-Chie said that many impro\emenis had been business.- in steel "Character Study of the Prodigal

- Christmas holidays. to fit up and u.e as a houseboat. is not i erfee'tly satisfactory get: a I Justice Shires. lie is delighted with the made since his last visit heie. He Son."

( : There will be a Christmas tree Satur- Mr Duncan has had much experiencewith "THA TS IT" Tooth Brush now. : pleasures of Daytona, and will remain that I Daytona will have predicts He leaves a brother John} Carter, of The program for Christmas: evening

! day night at the Congregational Church. crafts of all kinds, and knows howto HI' Snl I'lllKMU'l. here for some time. a popula- I Indianola, who i is expected here this afternoon will consist of singing, recitations 1tTh1exercises -
lation of 25,000 in ten years time. II __.. _
and abe) a sister i Mrs.I Sarah ct 'A
: handle one in an expert manner. I hmIIILer.i of time'J
Mrs father ia
Briggs' spending the VI -4 .
: Mr. Duncan recently sailed a launch I I Cable, of 1'oughkepsie, X. Y. ('hool. The pastor will also deliver an
4 winter with her. the For Christmas I would like to get Every "TIIA TSIT" i is guaranteedand Kindergarten Xmas Exercises.From The funeral !It'Tit'es will take place at be distributed
up St. John's River for over two A little painted drum addn-n?, arid rriietnbritiicesil1
: Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Harrison, friends of ; may he returned if faulty or defective nJay's Daily. 10:30: o'clock Saturday morning, and The ex
hundred miles and he reports having encountered I want the kind that's t-triM-d( with 't'd- among the children.
Mr. and Mrs. Milburn, who were here The other kind in the slight-fit degree.ltSELL The Christmas: tree exercises ofIi will lie conducted by Rev. Byron F. lp-
many setbacks with the boat are hlllll- I ercL-es will take .place in the new

S: laot winter, are at Eureka Springs, Ark., the engine or breaking down in numerous S And with the pair of -ti .ks i in hud PHARMACY. Han-is' Kindergailen: took place this ,I II Marsh, c.f the Congregational Church.i worth Hall, corner Bay Street and Psl-

this winter much to the regret of thote I'd surely make things hum. morning on Orange avenue, between i The remains will be
S instances. I shipped to l'itts
: Upon returning down the St. If I 4 4 il metto Avenue.D. 2S
who had don't get one, Santa Clans I <
S the
pleasure of meeting them. the hours of teu and eleven tI'o'clock. burg for interment.
Johns River, he sold the launch to Gay My Christmas will be glum. The steamer 1'ncle Sam left yesterday

S Brothers, of Palatka, at considerable -THC CIIILO.I'I'[ morning on the Tomoka trip with H fair The tree reached the top of the room, J. Draude. a prominent citizen of

less than what he paid for it. .. .. .. 1M of passengers. ..\mong those from and was artistically decorated by the Saturday's Races Called Off. St. Augustine and a member of the

S Holiday Vacation Tomorrow. Mr. Duncan Standard'illg Machine I The little tots, assisted by Miss HanK., I>)Draude Cold Storage Plant,
recently made a trip for saleor Austin, who took in the trip, were: The motor boat races which were : Leighton

_4 From Friday's Daily. down the east coast, and he is charmed ieut at Moore Brothers.' Mr. and Mrs.( W.fl. Blodgett and daughter Present at the eXt'rl'bl'sl'ft', the scheduled for Saturday has: }been declared is in Daytona: on business. Mr. Draude

The children of the public srhoo 1 will with the attractions of Daytona. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Corcoran, and mothers of the happy little children ,! off, owing to the inability of .-*>veral is an enthnsiastw- and he has many

c have a two weeks':1ration commencing F. II. Shires.THATSIT'. and they had prepared Christmas of the boat owners to ruin due to friends here who are glad l to haVe biIu
S Capt. Eugene Musters, of the St. Augustine of business aiid{
were exceedingly having DraudeLughton
: tomorrow. The scholars are looking Every "TIIATSIT" is guaranteedand dainty, make a visit to the town. The
has lesigned, also Lit ut'l and much their craft in trim. ,However, the ra<..->
; forward to the with much be returned if appreciated by guardians & was recently completed
holidays may faulty or defective George M. Snow. An election will be I Silver Drawn ToothBrushes on Christmas afternoon will excite considerable : plant
while Miss of
in alo'
turn had cost
: pleasure and anticipate an excellent in the slightest degree. held early in January to fill the attention. It will be under in St. Augustine at
n''''' j are hygienic. '
$ i me. ECSSELL PJJA2LLcT.S .ties. prepared gifts for her scholars. Singing the auspices of the Halifax River Yacht $30,000 and is in every particular W 5

j } RCSSEU. PHIEJIACY. and games composed the program. J j Club. to-Uate.

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Due to the Holidays.-Be Ry. Be Meld ;. .

: EXERCISES the Correct Number of of the Extension..-Mr. Flitter Halifax River Yacht Clubv.. ..the '' -

; on Your Package. Enjoys the Outing." New Members Elected.From .- ,- .FRIDAY.:

,,.; From Thursday's Daily. :M. Flagler, J. R. Parrott, R. T Thunda '* Daily ._. .1.-r.'' ,.;; .. .

; f 10+- At the local postoffice an J. T. Beckwith, officials of the At a meeting of the Halifax Rive -o---' :

tit amount of mail is being East Coast Railway, and a party Yacht Club held last evtning it was decided '

:{ [Christmas Exercises by Many of the Sunday week. friends, who left here several da 'sago to hold a motorboat raceme Will Make Travel Mote Convenient In And

_ The great increase usual tire steamer St. Lucie, says tJbe Christmas Day.

; Christmas season, adds very Metropolis, for a trip over the Messrs.,, Stillman, Adler and W. A Out of Daytona....Preparing Train .
School Classes.-Music Will Be \
_ the duties of the postoffice operations as far as Key Wei: Cove were appointed as a special committee .. .

;; I and it is a matter of wonder to the city this morning and I i to make arrangements for the{ Crews For Winter's Business.From -
of the Best.From
the large percentage of.poorly aboard their special train at S o'clock races, and to work in connection wit! Thursday' Daily.
I row, and following is the time of the
Thursday Daily. Recitation, "Christmas has Come al letters and.packages, more the north. Mr. Flagler was parti
The church-going people of Daytona, Last"-Edith CKandler. is not lost. well pleased with the progress ol It has not been decided, as yet, Railway are busy now getting every ,
I No. 28 the Pain Beach'and
will have the pleasure on Sunday and Duet, "Christmas at Sea"-Margarei Those who are about to extension: work and discussed il whether to confine the entries to members thing in shape for the enormous tourist -
I Express, will leave Miami
Christmas Day, of ht'aringsomt"t1pt'cially Williams, Fred Williams. mas presents to their He, also enjoyed the outing vi rj of the club, or to make it an open travel which will set in immediately daily at
5:10 p. m., arriving in Daytona at 3:37
prepared music that is classsed with the Recitation, "The Three Holidays"- heed the suggestions of the ; and with the other-members ol contest.H. after the holidays. Extra train crews !
a. m., at Jacksonville 7:40 o'clock in the -
best in the country. For some tim Jay Knight, Wallace McClellan: NelL General's office. That official : party said that the trip had be-en B. Yarborough, manager of An are being drilled and made familiar with morning.

past the choirs of the various churches Carter. every one to be careful instructive; and beneficial to them I thony's, and Lewis A. Stout, of Xev the road; nearly all of the rolling stock -;;

have been at work preparing the music Recitation, "Harry's Christmas Mes the correct amount of York City, were elected aa members. of has been in the repair shops, overhauledand No. 29, carrying United States and

!:=: L for this great occasion, and the program sage"-Gertrude Chandler. matter to be mailed. And HAS DISTURBANCE. the club.SHAYLOR. turned out again practically new; Havana mail, leaves Jacksonville dailyat

"* to be rendered will no doubt reflect good reasons for this. The 9:20 a. m., arriving in Daytona
Recitation, "Why Santa Laughed"- large orders for new cars are being

great credit on each and every one. Sallie Carter. should get its dueextra work [ COMES TO VOLUSIA, filled-in fact one consignment will consist 1:05 in the afternoon, at Miami 10:55
I Cyclone Strikes the Town.- o'clock in the evening.No. .
: The Sunday School children also have Recitation, "A Road to Heaven" be added to the burden of the :: ;I of ten regular coaches, two sleepersand
Two or Three Colored Houses 78 leaves Miami at 6 arriv- .
clerks and there should not a. m.,
made preparations, and the program Beatrice Knight. six express cars. This season the
Election Cases,,
Will Try Orange City
; Torn Away. ing in Daytona at 3:52 o'clock
;. herewith submitted have been furnishedthe Song, "Stars of the Holy Night" necessary delay in the : Florida East Coast Railway will be : in the
Thursday's Daily. in Which Judge Stewart is afternoon and in Jacksonville
the due to insufficient at
} Daily News.CANTATA. Choir. S presents much better equipped than ever to
received in the city today Disqualified. 7:3Op. m. -
Standing at the wicket '
Dismantling the Christmas Tree. handle the enormous travel with safety -
two people about to mail a Onnund) are to the effect! :'c'a From Thursday's Daily. and ranks the best No.
-+- and. dispatch among I 35, coaches, buffet, sleeper.
"Bethlehem Echoes," a cantata given struck town Samuel T. Shaylor of the Criminal :
: ST. PAULS CATHOLIC CliUItCH, which they had placcel a (' ore cyclone "1.1 Judge roads of the country for equipment and Makes all stops. Will leave Jacksonville
; by the Sunday School and choir of the MX o'clockt\ eyejjmg and did Court cif Record of Duval County
Service at St. Pauls Roman Catholic nf stamps. One suggested ._ efficiency.The daily at 4:20: p. m., arriving in Daytona 3

First Baptist Church, will take plc Church will take place at 10:30 a. m.,, throwing the package into the I idt'rillie damage. has been designated by Governor Brow- new schedule on the Florida East at 8:46 p. m., at Miami 7:30 the follow-

Sunday evening, December 24. Th path of the cyclone was through ird to to DeLand and try certain
box that it be weighed, and go
and on Sunday at the same hour. Rev. Coast Railway will go into effect tomor- ing morning. .
t order of the exercises b as follows: : J. F. O'Boyle, pastor. of postage verified. They had colored portion of the town and two <'as-es1: in which Judge Stewart of the -

Introduction. Four short. three small dwellings were torn down 'riminal Court of Record of Volusia I
cents n i I n i i I n-111 I I n > n I 111 i n 11 H 11 m it i n 111 n I MM 11 inI :
Opening Chorus-Choir. This may appear a little : : the \iolence of the wind. 'ounty is disqualified./

f. Invocation by the pastor. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. stated above, it means: a great I : '..., no one was seriuuly] The ca>e ia to come up tomorrow, and I ; H poem for Coda ; ;

n: Cborus-Cholf. A Christmas praise !service will take Therefore, when you old )' ludgeShaylor: will go to DeLand to- -

Recitation, Thirty.third Psalm-Class place at the First Congregational l Churchon ruas token by null fold your --- light, so as to be there on time for the 111111111111111111111111110 i n i-M M n n n M i H-H-H-K : -
No.1. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.: The Christmas Day at the Postoffice.
lIing of court tomorrow morning.
j'j gift, and be sure to put on lIPt
Duet, Mrs. La Sha and Mrs. Garrison offering will be for the benefit of the amount of stamps.tiom )xi Chliquids Hay, and the Sunday The Case to be tried is that of the Or- THE PILGRIMS OF THE NIGHT -

Address of Welcome, Supt. Mills. choir fund, to pay necessary: expenses of '(' uig Christinathe po:,totfice win- nge City election case.

Solo and Chorus, Mrs. La Sha and purchasing music, etc. A fine musical: Thursday's Daily.S. will be open from 8 to 9 a. 111. in This is the case w hie h caused the sus- By Frederick William Fiber

,ri Choir. program has been arranged as: follows: F. Cummings of Pui t to the usual Sunday and holi "teiision of County Solicitor! J. W. Per- .\j&F' T7-
J ARK, bark, my soul! Angelic songs are swelling
Reading, Lydia Gwinner. Hymn, "Joy to the Woild the Lord i is the city today on business.: hours. This is:: for the purjto&e of kills, of Volusia County, who is allt'geiJ I.i A I O'er earth's green field and ocean' wave-beat shore.

Chorus, "King of l\ings-Choir. ?ome"-Choir and Congregation. !\ .ing packages and other matter to have failed to prosecute the case in How sweet the truth those blessed strains are telling -

kl/ Invocation. lI tt'l Of that new life when sin shall be no more! :
Recitation, Maggie Morgan. dwd on the night and morning thiih the parties were charged with
FoK S-\lE-Ot'lIt's \\ '
j .: Song Intermediate Class. "Gloria"-Choir and Congregation. 1'emember, S to 9 a. in., sharp. iolation of the primary election law.J. .
(11 KIT RATS.Angels
Audition cheap
hi Emblematic Exercises-Class No. 2. Anthem, "Behold I Bring you Good ; ; Hall Brumsey was recently ap- of Jesus, angela of light, ,

t\ Solo, Mrs. W. C. Smith. Tidings"-Choir. of Graham Thompson.) ) .A daily paper is a good ad\ertise- jointed by Governor Broward as Singing welcome the pilgrims of the night

Recitation, Rosalie Burnett. Scripture Reading, "The Coming of lit fur town, and it is an indication {'unty Solicitor of Volusia County, '
hear them
Onward we go, for still we singing.
I Chorus-Choir. Christ." He,'. Father Kennedy, of \\ the place i is: lively, the business vke Pel kins, :suspended: pending the Come, weary souls, for Jesus bids you come .

Tenor Solo, "0, Little Town of Beth- and slow backs. of And through the dark its echoes sweetly ringing
Reading. Miss Bessie Brown. Beach, pasted through here !:' hustlers not :: moss: iivestigation of the charges neglect .
:" The music: of the gospel us home. -
t 1I- Song, Primary Classes. It'hEm'-W. Roxh)'. noon en route home.Chailes I glad to see the paper so healthy uf r duty on the part of Perkins in failing

,L Shoit address, Pastor T. V. Shoe Scripture Lesson. Everyone should do \\,hat they to prosecute this cast?. Far, far away, like Delia at evening pealing.

maker. Soprano Solo, "The Angel's Message to support it," enid a well known The voice of Jesus sounds o'er land and sea, -
: And laden souls by thousands meekly stealing,
I;. Trio, Miss Gwinner, Mrs. Stevens and ,"-Miss Pearl 1 Spaulding. Ludwig is here ( stieet meichant last night, and a An Adamless Eve. -- Kind Shepherd, turn their weary steps to thee.

Mr. Brokaw. Prayer."It University; to spend the ad\ertiser in the Daily News, in some things! about the holidaysAre

.;; Christmas Offering Came Upon the Midnight Clear," liis father, Geo. II. Lud\\..ig. akiug with a repieseutative of this quite unfair to niadaui.or Rest comes at length though life b* long and dreary; .
;* "' insiuLfe, tlii-ie's a Chilitmas eve: : The day must dawn and darksome night be past;
Distribution of Prrsents.t Choir and Congiegation. ) But wlit-re's Christmas Adam
i i. Faith's journey ends In welcome to the weary,
: Closing Choru Offertory, Contralto Solo, "Calm On --- And heaven, the true heart's home, will come at last
Our Leather Goods bhow
Lh: Benediction. he Listening Ear of Night,"-Mrs. C. Broken. hum \eJnebday's Daily.
oilers many inducements Several Pipes Postoffice Inspector Lake Jones, ofAILttuuviii Angels, sing on, your faithful watches keeping;

; : C. Bohunnun. looking for fine IWket) ,... M Mau Suii'1' in ('''I1'' I''Hli..nilh j i a 1 : wa<< in the city on. official Sing us sweet fragments of the songs above
1 ST. MARYS CHURCH. Sermon by the Pastor.Prayer. : of The News bu"illl'sS this week. '1111 morning's joj auaii end tha night of weeping ; -
'' \ Daily : -
etc. :
I And life's long shadows break In cloudless love. .-
Services will take place at St. 1tfYsChuf.h 'O'W. the fact that the -
j. GFU.( 11. \MK: I ; { reported

on Sunday, at 3 p. in.; Christmas Hymn. "Haik! The Herald Angels ... ... I \\' pipes jm beach Street, in the Traveling Auditor \V. Budd, Jr.'Of, -zz-z-i-h--IHzIhI-I-Iz-hIhz-lihiIl-I4I--t i 1 i : : I i i I I I 1 I I I I I I .. 1 : I.1 z-l-Il-lI-f-Jw-H-t 1 I
10 Sing,"-Choir and Congregat ion. .* .. tht' F:ist Coast Railway, at St. Augus-
Day service, Monday, at a. m.; I (if 11. nlpnut', were in poor :" :
Benediction Harry L. Brown, : tin,A, was iu tl.e"ity Oil business this I)*444i********+**+***+..*,++f$+$.. $
I St. Stephens: Day tr ee, Tuesday, al I ii iii, and that ;tix:i of lain had :

; 3 p.m.; St. Johns Day service, Wednesday C"TIIATS1T": Record Publi.-hing Company, (' bioken. lie hays that: some buys week. .C .d-1;

; at 3 p. m.; Innocents Day service Silver, drawn Tooth gUitine, passed through here delight in t hi"on ing rocks at the Our telephone number is IS, and if H poem for :

Thursday, at 3 p. m.; Sunday service Brushes are hygienic. noon en route" toVett Palm \\t'r pipes and healing them LI"l'ak.nltllt'r you want the paper Ml the office or the ........+43.....e...t.e......................4..+++

December: at 11 a. m. Rev. C. W, Ursu.i.; PH\RMACY.ft I business. menace to the pipes is the euie-: ('arilIr boys.Yithiuthepast.

: Arnold, rector iiiI -" ':;.' c>f boat owners in mooting their '
Mrs. C. .\ BOWER"1
St. Marys Episcopal Sunday Schoo:I Born to Mr. and .
E. E. Grimes, of Cocoa, east coast representative I \ several'days one or
c will have their Christmas entertainment of't. t Magnolia) avenue hand-vine machinc-j have come to By Francis Howard Williams '
1> two
for the C. B. Van man
ten pound L boy Wednesday_ For s't'\ ral: weeks: there has:' b.t'nllludl .',
Thurday, December 28th, at 7 p. in town and they are the source of muchadmiration.
of Jac ksimille, came up from Uf4J BIRD in my bower ;
f The parents and friends are cordially in,. Mother and child are duing -('u ,illll aliout The High School Sat calling a-calling; I
the south this morning. what is it when will it be out? The +
vited. able to be out. ; A bird answered low from the garden afar.
. i \\H to the" first question can be found Ula note cam with power. :;:
I The riectlie Light Company has a
I While falling, a-falllng :
of Clocks of the buying a copy at t'laik's.
:; KINGSTON S. S. EXERCISES. Large assortment Xo meeting of the Reel fuicevf ineii at wuik l.n Orange avenue Her note quivered taint as the light of a star. t
at Clark's JewelryStore. for the extension: of their "I Life! I Life!"
i The Christmas exercises, by the Kingston t finest grade last evening, as a ciuorum setting jx..les am am t
Kicked By a Horse. light system. From the bower a-ringing, -;,
M. E. Church.South Several candidates
Sunday School, tained. Thrilled forth a mad melody, soaring above.
. will take place next Saturday tit *. tit hand to receive dt'gn't'lIrk. (!hi'; Liiidlicrg, a blacksmith in the em "I am Love! I am LOTS!"

: of J. Hiatt and Son, was kicked by of the Knights of : From the garden a-slnging, .
: f evening December 23, commencing at Mrs. M. F. Cowie has returned to the will have to wait until the ) The installation "
Inirseeterlay, and suffered Came soft as a dream and the *chos sang "Love.
unruly elected
o'clock.. The children have, for sometime city from a visit to her pecan grove at ing. I Pythias officers recently : They joined, and together

been diligent in getting ready for Gulf Hammock. She brought back a I itkrahle pain for a time. He is able : place Monday( evening. Fast flying a-flylng,
: be about today (Ill an improved leg. : Were lost to my gaze In the arch of the sky. i
:.. p the recitations, etc. The program, presented number of specimens, and they are ("er-I Fred Pfeiffer, former PUloli> The wind through the heather

i ef \ in full, is as follows: tainly fine looking.We Tourist and Hoineberker, Broken glass is noticed on several of : Is sighing a-slghlng.
1: Music-Orchestra. 1 tti the East Coast and i is ,.(' Death of C. E. Uuvell. ttreets.and this occurrence Ah, how should it ever do other than sigh?
: Where art thou, where art thou,
received in this city .
Prayer-Rev. J. E. Mickler. Palm Beach. Mr. Pfeiffer Notice has been
f speak of mercy Christmas, should be stopped. : Life, dying, a-tiying?
( Recitation, "Uncle Sam and SantaClaus" And many a happy New Year, past several months in San ::; i the death of Clarence Edward Duvellhichciccuiiedatllainburg Where art thou, 0 Love, sweetest: child of the dawn?

-Elmer Posten.! But each In his heart Is ibluklugOt with his wife. X. J., on The song in the meadowIs
those \.,hat are not lure.Lougfollow.. I Duvell winter Captain Sweisfort. and He,'. Dana dying a-dying; &-
Mistletoe"Cora Mr. a
Recitation, "Holly and )"-(' r S. spent
.. Shepard. I I two or three years ago, with las: Sherrill left this afternoon on a several My heart groweth heavy, and whlipereth-"Gone."

1! Violin Solo/.A Flower Song"-Miss "THATS1T" Silver, drawn Tooth If the Tooth Brush you : I. de and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Amos H. days' fi-hing!; trip to Xew Smyrna. 4.4+4e+e++++++++++++++4.+.+..4..4t4..++++t.+.+..+:

' is not perfectly of
He twenty-two years
I ("f J Chaffer. Drushes are hygienic. "THATSIT" Tooth Brush I wa traits. I ....................,..............V......,YV7,.
"Dorothy Dimple"tSI' and a young man
Class Exercise, Kiss ELL 1'llAlllAci.If Rl'SSELL '. Butler and Williams, real estate:

lufant Class.Jlecitation. agents, at Seabreeze, have )purchased::: a ;i H poem for Today H
Itlt in day
"Christmas Tokens"- ..ill.. New boats are coming every
l _, lot opposite: their office, on Seabreeze:
I Stella Carter. all ibe year 1\ere playing holidays, Marshal and his soon them er will be fairly alive :...*..****..................,............... ........
To sport *ould be as tedious as to work. The City : : Avenue.Every
Recitation, Merry Christmas"Willis -Shakespeare.Sterling I hour ithm ('rafts. J I i
: up until an eaily i
< Williamson and Minnie Barker. ] CHREE i
; M 4 4 looking for the c
tf Song, "Heaven's Guiding Ray"- Two monkey organ-ganders! havetrlll'k "THATSIT" is guaranteedand i
have '
but far they
Silver is always acceptable so he returned if faulty or defective -
and today tluyaie amus =
'j"-" Choir. town, may By John Francis Wilier
We haw bring of the guilty
Xmas present. in the degree.
as a blighet
.1 : Recitation, "Xo Stockings To Wear" the little (one
many beautiful pieces. ice. If there are any inure RUSSELL PHARMACY": : I Y the banks of Shannon wooed thee, dear Mary, t
& Cecil Bradshaw. GEt H. CLARK. in the city they had better have : i Where the swtt birds were singing In summer's it
ill i
Recitation "Poor Papa"-Ya Many of the stores .
pastures at once.Crawford .44k I ) gay pride.
Parker, Mary Kingston and Elmer Pos S4'4Al 4 windows handsomely and artistically John L. Hyde and Charles A. Boris, i: J From those ..r..anko I turn now. heartbroken and *

and make good cheer, decorated for the: holidays. L: dreary, *
i ten. For Christina Christmas* play comes lout once: year. Ii of Jacksomille. twu traveling men representing ?:: .J\ As the sun seta to weep O'er the grave of my bride, -t.
Recitation, "A Supposition"-Gladys Ralston : the Underwriters Fire Extinguishers f' Though the sweet birds around int are singing.
444 Gentleman I are in the city. .1 Summer like winter Is cheerless to me;
Melton: American Two bit, j ties; ridden by a white man ;: I heed not if snow falls or flow'ret* are springing,
hi, Take notice that the Shell, Boat, Moore Bros.' Dry Goods took header yesterday '7hluyler's ciuhla ma chree.
Music-Ore in.: S and a negro boy a ; For my heart's light Is darkened, my ti
opposite Bank, has a large supplyof Store. the corner oppositethe
Claus' POl5toffice"Grace afteincioii at
Recitation, "Sui.u Xmas just received ii
bride, love,
still on hand. ; Oh bright shone the morning when first as my
Xmas presents the most
The was
Hall. man
Rutb.Recitation City Clark's. threshold crossed o'er.
L at Thy foot like a sunbeam my

"Kiu> hiingle's Surprise" 4 4 4 Charles W. Jones, of unfortunate, as he slipped in the mud i And blest on our hearth fell that soft eventide, dove, i
feet nail while '-ill" When first on my bosom thy heart lay, asthoMlhtstltssly
1- -WillieVinninhain.. She sung a Christmas carol- spent yesterday in Daytoua. for a distance of IHMV. ou my lone pillow turning, I

The Children's 5oig-Sunday School. Meet A lovely me under thing-it the said mistletoe: falling he used several: strong adjectives, Thessodated Press and various i Wear the night watches, still thinking on thee, !.

"Sauta Claus' Secret"May \Vh 'u papa'lIlIaf"In bed." afterwards telling the little negro he was other news-gathering associations, are Aad darker than night breaks the light of the morning ,
Recitation, J. A. Barum, of \ Fur my achiLg eyes find thee not, cushla ma chree. '.
., at fault in the matter. making arrangements to send a large it
Knight. 4 4 4 business visitor, to the city -
corps (If social writers south at the timeof On, loved one, my lost one, why didst thou leave me k .
: Recitation, "Chai lie's Letter to Santa Our stock of Ladies' and Gents'Watches my ? *
the great automobile races. ManyreprentatiVeS To linger on earth with my heart in the grave
Claus"-Charles Cal ter. is very complete. Come in "I have beoi coming to Florida for Oh, would thy cold arms love!, might ope to receive me I ,.
of the leading paperswill
: J. T. Perc-ival, of Ja'k and I To rest 'neath the dark boughs that over thee wave!
Class Exercise "Cyrus Brown's Pray- and price them is all we ask. eight winters. I like the climate, my i -
; .' senting the Cable Piano (\. i be here as staff coirespondents. Still from our once happy dwelling roam, love,
tS tt"-Cl l ss No. 4. GEO. II. CLARK, Jeweler. prefer Daytona to any other place in Evermore seeking, my own bride, for the; '

Miss Chaf the city on busings. the State. I think the town is an.cxcellent :. Oh. :Mary, wherever thou art 1t my home, love.
I Violin Duet, 'The River"- to have home comforts," Engineer I). D. Rogers, left yesterday ; And I'll soon lie beside thee my ushla ma eMit! t ti
fee Irvy Baflough.L roll shows a total place( *
Fort tax several days business -
Recitation "Santa Claus Up-to-Cate" assessed valuation thU year of $113,387, Dolls and Holiday remarked an elderly lady! in one of the for New trip.Smyrna, on a ** ***.............................. ...........**...'*

d Mildred Browning. an increase of $26,000 over last year. Brothers. hotels): in this city last evening. __ __ .-=-.- :_ .. ._ .; .. ... -
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-t t. the> eitrpflbttsineM.. The Daily News Was in error' lat .. The beach frOm the sandy bluffs 1o : -
Local Happenings.,
llI ii ik in statiflf the roads itt SeabtwteJrj the lowest point at ebbtlde, measure .. ?t

.......................... b d. C. P. Lund says the road tor about 500 feet and the average depth : -.- ...---
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Price of DeLand :ESw G. f
excellent condition o f the surf about feet. : HarrisPHOTOGRAPHER
: Miss Applegate has rented theIbach, Monday in Daytona. the most part are in DAYTONA Is hltnated: upon the measures two f 0 -- -; : .- -- 5 + i-
Smith & Thomas. spent A continuous gentle swell rolls In 5 *-
through -
: '
-. airait from' the ocean from one to two feet in I ;/ ; .. felS
Dr. H. K. DuBois, of Port Orangp expanse and miuwa& between -
Fish Commissioner Detwfler passed fol source at Bulow Bay and its outlet depth under normal conditions, makIng I. '.-.. .i' --
Daytona this year has an abundance S Tuesday enroute spent Tuesday in Raytona on professional t Mosquito Inlet It is in latitude the beach a nt attractive and absolutely t*'::.:
through Daytona,
of curio stores, and they seem already business. .9! 1 seventy-four miles from St: Au- l safe place for surf-bathing. S >.t.

to be doing a good bu iness. from Jacksonville to"New Smyrna. justine and one mile from: the At-S Here the infant as well' u the grey- : PecK Block 'Phone 91 V'f.2-__;

antic haired veteran of summers can .. .
Ocean, and is acknowledged many <
Mrs.( George -
Mrs. H. K. DuBois and .
without safely enjoy the luxury of a ea bath
belonging to Ward G. ie a rival for beauty amonghe .
Daniel Frank and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- signboards Luffbrryof Port Orange,spent Monda I villages\ of the South. Its site is; throughout the larger part of the year, I S .*., :.

:: cox.of Hastings, .Minn., arrived Friday, Foster in the vicinity.of the railway station m Daytona, shopping. ipon what is known as high ham- while the strong and expert swimmer, :............................................. :

and will spend the season in Daytona. t have been more than doubled in ,
.. I nock land that was crowned by can venture out further to test his S -- ---_- '

:$iz<,. l lature with a most royal growth of strength and skill in battling with the ..................!....... ................. :

Hackmen will in future have to stand: 1 uajestic forest trees, and among: I inexhaustible powers of the mighty : f,:
Mrs. Robert'l. Wall, left iast Saturday Several cf the stores have employed on the opposite corner from the post- fhene trees: is the town of to-day with ocean. THE HOWARDA \

for We of Pines, Cuba, to join Mr. office, says Mayor Smith and he has instructed :.ts beautiful cottages and well-graded I The P aininlalying
Wall and other members of their party extra help to attend to the rush during his police force to theorder
S .valks and streets. The result is I l between river and ocean Is one- HOMELIKE! ATTRACTIVE PLACE-
,. the holidays.Mr. out. 'hat all along the wide avenues that I :
half mile wide, and ia being rapidly

intersect the town are lordly live and I improved and there fine The Finest House
cottages Rooming
Work on J. D. C. Morris' new are many on the East Coast
z Ivy Lane i is progressing 1 Rush, a Jacksonville electrician, .vater oaks and hickories many of and several good hotels, anpera ,
: : spent Monday in the city, inspecting the W. A. McMahon, of New York City, t them draped( with graceful festoons of r Enlarged and '
: He expects to occupy the hou in who is connected with the Regal Shoe, house two ocean piers beach greatly improved for the :Seanon; of 1905-6
. February. i I various buildings that are wired. He the gray Spanish( moss, that overarch I pavilion and a large casino. Broad Porches, Toilet and Bath Houms Jl<.f ai.d I'old Water
represents the :Southeastern: Tariff Asso- Company, has arrived in Daytona to accept ihe street and walks. and among these Electric Lights Furnace Heat in Jhx.m.
I A Remarkable Feature every Aleala '
Cla Holl. a position with Anthony Brothers jre interspersed( tall tropical palmettos one minutes walk from the Loube. within <

.+, Miss J. Camp, of Marshall, Mich., ha:* during. the season. ;\sy-Ieaved magnolias fragrant bays; at Daytona has been the yearly improvement receive! prompt attention. Applicationsy\ mail will ,t
rented the 11. J. Stillman place for a
mil coral-berried holly and many in the style and value of

' t rooming house through Smith A. J. \Wilkinson has sold the new cot jtheT varieties! while Iu many places the buildings that are being erected IS i J. C. HOWARD -1 1t

: : Thomas. tage just finished by Geo. F. Brown, onsecond eVisit the electric light plant .ami I lie wild grape the trumpet vine and for hOUlC>S. Men of capital of the Proprietor. I. -

t ., avenue, and also the adjoining see the finest baths in the South I die ampelopsls climb and cling among North and West have become awakened .. ...................... ..... 4 .......41p4...$ : -

*The twin' .' to its advantages- winter residences 5-- --
('I't'w yttht.'Sseetheart' lit* branches forming shady bowers 5--- 5--- -5- -5-- --
H .ot to 1' F. \Villiam3.Mrs. .
i is for sale. Prke, 311,000. Apply ti .tiid adding grace and beauty. ant! valuable lots are being La *>ha La
:: Alonzo White at the garage, Palmetto, \ -- Mrs. L. C. Sayler and friend, <,f St. The town lies parallel with the i JUrchastand costly houses beautiful

near Bay. tf Murray Lourcey ai.d little sen, Paris. 0., will arrive at D }'tuUlllhollt i Halifax Uiver, BUd extends for nearly I in design and finish, are being erected ROY LA SHA, Beach St Electrician.

Iwo miles along the shore. Thin and beautiful homes, the abode .
iuIIII. of New Smyrna, -|t-nt Tuei laj the first! of the year to spend the winter.She .
wjll$ occupy the Pelleciercottajre.un' river I Is the delight of the angler and of wealth and culture are multlpljing.Seabreeze Fine line of Table Lamps, both Gas and Electric 1
the the of Mrs.
u tity guests; Lourcey'sMer Il i
Mr.and 1Ir C. J. Masters, of $t. Augustine Ridgewood .ht'llue.Lea"e t UK. yachtsman and forms one of the (City Beautiful) anti Beautiful \
Mis. ti. \\'. O'Biitu. oodall l fixtures, we make tl Phone
:: after a vl-it of seveial days ii low"IMS gren test attractions. fcettlementa on the Ocean IC 111. 9i -

the cityith rdati't.Mt Sundaj} The main avenues tat run jrarallel .lde of the jieiiiiisiila across the Halifax gets my services any hour. Lamps, Shades' and

afternoon for home. for Xinas tuik ) with or intersect the river 8fl'Ill Kivt-r from Daytona.)

K The Ga/ette-Xevvs Company is fully at Birchwood's.your orders :JS-o: : loo( feet vvidf, tmvpt Beueh street At the foot of Ocean Boulevard. Batteries for sale, Fixtures exchanged. .

-- prepared to handle the best kind of job eys which Iii about sixty-live feet, but has Seabreeze, a )jjer reaches MO) feet L aSha

Miss Bessie Day, who has been visiting work. The prices are as cheap as ia a half-mile oC.01't'1I, beautiful water across the beach into the swelling La Sha ;-
friends in Daytona for several days, consistent with good work. Dr. Gaines Worley axfetant surgt'uJl abutting upon it:* eastern side, where surf of the ocean. Thta pier is a 5- ---- -, 55- 5 5- --==r "1 1

returned to the Ocean House Monday -- of the Florida East Coast: Hos-pital, and Hie alt waves ebb aud flow aud along favorite report of those who delight ..H.. ....................O..............4.4 ..4$4'. :
:: -New Smyrna Breeze. ._ :ind across, which comes the cooling h ii the sport of 1 hlng. The surf 4 :

,.. -. John E. Price secured a building per known to many people (in Daytona has invigorating i anil health-giving breeze. h here abounds in trout pampano, yellowtail Bond Lumber

mit from the Mayor's office Tuesday left St. Augustine fur Qreeneville, :'. C., from oil the wide Atlantic, which l cavalle, whiting drum Company 1 I

: Mrs. R. L. Weller and daughter, arrived for the construction of a three room where he will be united in marriage to \f'IDJlf'r) and render the Halifax climate sheepshead and many other varieties :!:"

in the city Sunday from Louisville i- addition to his home on Orange avenue. Miss Ansel) \Jilt> of the most .perfect III the world I of the>edible famous fil h.sea During bass the affords fall season royal MAMJFACTUKEKS! ,,

Ky. They have joined Mr. Weller The cost is estimated at 1350. (Uaytuiia has many miles of well-grad! I sport, and It has been no uncommon ROUGH AND DRESSED
at their cottage at Seabreeze. I'.1. marled: and shelled road aud occurrence to laud a thousand poundsof 1' PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER .l,

Mansfield butter at Birchwoods. Erects, rendering It theWht'elman' this:: gamey flab In an afternoon,,
ndlvldiials! : of them ranging from
Visiting Knights Templar are iDittdto : 8-3. '
Roland Hardy, of :St.:; Augustine, who Paradise ftec-n to tliirty-fiv pounds In weight.S'ot Lath, hingles, Flooring J Ceiling, lil' <'k Lime 1
; : be present at Oriental Commandery at .nid added to these, but a mile away, only dues the oceau offer this:1 ,
has been here for
several dll's.in the 1 ,1
eleven o'clock) sharp Christmas Day, totake 5l .iiv thirty IIih'i,|! : of smooth, hard beach, 'pleinlld/ spoil hut the Halifax Illver, anus.npmpnt In.Srnpt.: (>mr<> m.darda: : ESI I as 'J
employ of the Southern Express Com S Mrs. A. L. ) ', ; doLt aiTniih: uu unrlviilled course foiloiitfilKtauce 'nly !half n mile back of the ocean is ItalJ"'lIIud' Orange Avu.ue ;

pany, has returned to his home. ; part in the usual Christmas observ of Xew Orleans, La., who spent a day or cycling and driving( "' pially fiimoiw: for ltd tine fishing., MILLS-Bond Mill, Atlantic Coast Line Ky., iw mll.-s tout h of Jacksonville,
; 01'
ances. nd tilt'urlt.ties (that abound In the Kalamazoo. mi Sanford: Hrnncli of (he K to;. C. It) '
two here recently have engaged rooms i :II :jutixiiubile racing. N') town of eijUJi.ixe wean are present iu the river. :
I Phone ;; -j
I -. :,trtIi or South numbers Hunting and fishing 83 |R. J. itLBManager.. : .
Asa Paine, president of the Florida at Schmidt's Villa and will leturn earlyin '" & good. Ex. -

East Coast Automobile Association did A. E. Bryant has purchased a lot on January. They are at present in N?vvSmyrna. ui.iiij wheelmen, and cycling! U a fa v' .lerieneed reasonable guMes prices.!and dogs may be had I I.it .4 ......te.......e.. 4....,44,44.444444.. t 1

oiile patluip,; wU| the tourists sum
; \
not go to Minneapolis last week as contemplated Hidgewood avenue, between Live Oak Mr. Marshall \\ill join them

-t having changed las plans. and Loomis avenues, owned by Mrs. A.M. here. ifiaii.l \\ tlltt>f. orders in this office for Quick work. i
The ............
; Beautiful Cottage ..............
Bakewell. It was sold through J. W Drop
ihat have been erwted during the pastleiirs : Low Tide on the Beach.A'1I'1 We do the. L4Y
Miss Violet Mac-Coy has accepted a Wilkinson. rest 4
and I built
Place your orders fur HII ton are being! are rendering
with DAm: DATE i 'I'
: position Anthony's, during the brown bread and baked Leans with luytona: an fauioiw (or its tim I -

winter months, as cashier apd stenogra C. M. Rogers division engineer 0Ji the the Gramling Bakery lion e$ as for its: beautiful river, trees D.-c.., I : 5 'i Dt'c. ISI 5 4111 6 29 .,. ... ,................. ......... .... 'I

pher. She entered her duties Monday K and ;i. i'liues, anti l they are adding .. Ii 'U .". l\lj Ii 41, 7 :!Ii "+ :.
extension of the Florida East oast al 1 II :!O S 5I. :
e.uly to its attractions .. 4 J 7 .wI 8 .o. ".. lJ I !S 10 9 211 H poem for Coday j jLEATHER I
Railway, left Monday eveningtlw1 the ,I .. !Iill: ':2 10 14 10 ::8i !
Trainmaster E.o'. &i' Among the coming attractions booked I Nut tie! least of theoe attractions: I to 5II'I !.1 4" :'a 11 1; 11 U

:4i- Florida East Coast Railway McVeigh, with, of head the Keys, after'spending several daye herewith by Manager Osborn at the Optra Hou-se I! iho>e M't.Ut'iug homes iu the South .... ". II :Ii 10:15 II :I IS ..".. :21:t;) lt lt:: 1141 Iii .I..-00 *******.k************..*..*k.**.**.*.**.*.**.**..*.*

his family. I I I .ind ranking iroiid> only to health .. II, 11 11! It\ 1 llii 1 so I I :
quarters at St. Augustine, passed; are Polyscope for January 2, Britt j I lOt, I! 4N1 It .ltI' 2T I 5fi :2 :35'I i 1 4.
I i ;uli.e.ss: :and perfection of climate, 1 11111 Is .. 11 J.! 'fl! I III :28! 5 I S 2t
through the city Saturday:; en route Xelaon" for : till' STOCKINGBy j
and pictures January U. 11 1 lIil 1j;n joI s : 4 1\
> that
I:act I : its! population is! cbietlyi l, .. I '
) south. (.I: 1 : 1111 'I 4 lI Ii
Tlttt CJ.rK-tmc.0 ..
number uf d. Pa.L.eL
S -*-' lJ- .- -- "Sweet Clover" for January :26 i. ami i i x.i'::1"10.1| .Iof) cnltiViile| ami luielllgeut 141 :! al 814 ., ..III 512 I'j ;. 4a J t John Gardner Calkins i
Till1e -Hrrald, i issued last week, was a I : 55 41111t : Brainard {
"Donnelly and Hatfield MinttrcU" for j'i''''i'!''. ;icnKouird to the Miliemeutsl : .. 11\1 3 :.s III !
:1 Rev. J. F. O'Boyle pastor of the Cath good paper in every respect. The advertising > loiiL: : awl social lift*. Added to ? "_I; irsis., ;-, I *.4 S d : '

:.' olic Church returned to Daytona last columns were laden ,wjlh large January 27. t.t'! ?'(' I ii-.tttin are jjootl t-hun-heB, good : lIe JOHN G. C. BRAINARD was horn in New London Conn.. (letI, 1796. : t !
was graduated
HIgbuldahour8btioreoi after low tide fiom Yale cull.ge: \ Isl5.
ads. The in He &tu.iicd laws but aban .
Saturday from weeks cover printed in colors was i
a St. .
trip to Petersburg iJiiWic ninl privute si-hools, stores .......................... doned that profession for new rl.IJ'tf work. He I was for five years: editor ..

Tampa and points on the Gulf exceptionally striking. $Ladies baths at the electric lightplant. iioU-l.s, l.i ii iil ry, iiiat unirketH, novelty ... editiuns of the: Connecticut of his Minor have at Harltor.l. He tlutl S.-pt. :3S, 182J.: Several f '
: COUl;t. poems been published. One. Issued in 1!>32: Is accom
9 v orks, a ii opera tious.'kvtrie light panied by a memoir of the poet by John (i. Whlttier. His poem .of..
5 jr .stnet I ami hou.se illumlnullou :i About Florida. "Leather Stocking," given below Is based on an: incident in Cooper's ... =
: Roy Barnes arrived home The Mario Amusement Company have 'klll Those who i novel of "The Pioneers," when Leather Stocking quits the settlement of ..
Siturda\ ; tclepliotit' system Ice factory. : come to Florida and see the white men and with his dugs and gun starts for the

-:. from Winter Park, where he\t"tknding their issued rasiiio invitations to a hop to be held at The question *of securing.lucnscs fur I SI l.ilj' \\ :'llf'r \Vorkd, and hot and colo. for thenu-tlves are better able to judge forchts of the distant west. uruxploreJ :. S

Rollins Qollege to spend the'1f hiday on Christmas night. Dancing iKtihstf.., and eviTjlhinjj elstcan Ujn -5- 5
l will begin at nine o'clock. A freebus automobiles is causing!: consideralil, talk : lif its comforts and the )people) than the I : 1 t
with his
Mr. and Mrs. C. ( wII'I..1| thil i IA in'i't-s.-ary to inn k. S S
: 'Barnes. will leave the South Bridge at eight]! and comment aipong autf.lJohili.t) I If ;iCiiriifortulile.\ Au iiuportaut fealIIV editor of :tome: paper firing at lung range I | away from the hillside the lake and the hamlet t 5
.' i The rock and l the brook and out utI'alloliiU
and J 'K
SS eight-thirty, p. m. you are not supplied with blanks\ call. ill I lilt lieu lltllflllllt'1 of tlil.4 tOVVIitin at what he can't see with a globe fight I [:lAU'ow the footpath that winds by the side of the gay streamlet: ; t

At a special meeting of the Greenwood on the mayor and he will give them to ard will nt-ver get near enough to "ta.-.te From his hut and the grave of his friend fir away'K -

Cemetery Association last week A you; then fill out the rc-quirenientu: and Water Supply and we" for himself; of the good things He is:: gone where the footsteps of men never ventured iI iI
handsome Packard car for W Where the glooms of the wild l forest
frw11t\ Atwood was elected president U ; forward $2 with it to tie ftmtaiy'J 0 which In derived! from numerou.iK .- here, savh the Gainesville: Sun Then tangled are centered iI :i
fill the uneipired term of Wm. Whipple, of Xew York, has arrived Where no beam of the sun or tho sweet moon has: entered, .
deceased. .5 here, and is quartered at Pettepher's State at Tallahassee.! l1elIII; wells: of which there are probidly ; again, there are people) who are afflicted Xo bloodhound has roused up the deer, with his bay. t J
:'iii*lln 1 I the corporate I limits.I 'ii JI- I IIIII H

.. -- shop. The car is slightly worn, and is i! iu' i is MTtired hy horing wells to thi.Icpili with incurable hV-a.-es who come here. Light( be the heart of the poor lonely wanderer; : f 1

J. W. Scott, who spent a Wt'd.I capable of carrying about twenty pas The undersigned has: the Iarg ,"I. of from MJ to rj) feet pasMn: :;;: and because the)' ('uuhlnot get lured, : Firm be his step through each we-irUomo miil'j j

: in the city, left Sunday afternoon foi: sengers. supply of turkeys in tIlt c-ity. Come\ through;:: sevnil I strata of rock amiUij.H although many experience: relief while Tar from the cruel man, far from the plunderer t j 1

Palm Beach. Mr. Scott is un cuthufi early and leave your nidor) } I for il'j'tli ns.sinvs purity from all here, find fault with nearly everything.Thtir Fur from the track of the mean: ami the vile, 'f j

-, astic angler and Christmas dinner. First And when death, with the la-U of its terrors, assails him,
reports having had c-ome, firht nrf.Ki oiitaiiiinatioii. TIIt.wiltl'r i hi friends at home tiled of 1
get iceing;
And all but the last throb of
:S great t>))ort during his sojourn in this city, Mr. Dcnnan, of Jacksonville, who has served. Yours to pleas1, .:lightly: impregnated with uiaguesL memory fails lijiui.He'll t 1-
them around feeling so inferable: au Ldkk'kiiig think of the friend far away, that Ittrwails him, .
been in the citvfor some time. was taken ,1. L. Oni M.'G. I i a nit l'lln. and huliU suliihur (in the And light up the cold touch of death with a smile. ...
p -- ------ at everything and
are I to
ill i at the depot, Tuesday afternoon, < The Junior Epworth League of the I' The Population of Daytoua get them away. Such people) will never And there shall the dew shed its sweetness and liiiler S i J
medical assistance called. I ;
First M. E. Church meets every Friday was He E .HERRING VISITS THE CITY i proper 1 Is:: about I,SO\). Added to be pleased w herever: they go. There for his pall shall the: oak leaves lit- spread iI'J

afternoon in their hall. The week!)' rallied 1 and left for his home in Jacksonville I i this i is a .suburban! population on main The talk I that prices are exhorbitant The swevtbriar shall bloom and the wild "wave shall, cluster: ; t

prayer meeting takes place on Wednesday \ :accompanied by Mrs. Dennan. -.Intro! :and peninsula of about 1,000( at Aud o'er him the leaves of the ivj be shed.

evening of each week' .at 7 o'clock I Florida Passenger Agent of L. & N. Kinifrton; lake, old Seabreeze or i in Florida j i.not borne out by the facts. i There shall they mix with the fern and the heather.There iI i

People who art able to do their own shall the young eagle shed it- first feather;
Predicts (; a HeavyTnn'cl.-Uistrib- > and) Silver Keach.vvhidi .
The wolves, with lila wild djs slmlIi\ !
hoiisewoik ( th';ie together;" ,
;: .i_ John McCormick was arraigned h.fur G. Walbaum, who recently purchaseda uting Handsome Calendars. are pVopeily a part of the town can rent rooms and live i u> :t: And moan o'er the spot where the hunter is: laid..
a lid population.Daytona. cheap hen1 as in the North, where a .f
Mayor Dimick, Monday, for sdlin. handsome piece of propert at Or- George E. Herring of +***************** **** S .
Jacksonville: Beach fifty dollar coal bill for a small ***** **************************
S brandy cherries.) He plead guilty to the mond, has bought of C. G. Bugfoyne heating --
a Florida -- -t
.. I Passenger Agent of the I.ouLs- L lies one mile cast. of the town. It !tappioacbetl ,
charge, and was fined $jO and cots of is nothing untoual: during the
l Lirge electric wlbau
court which he paid.-Xt'w Smyin motor which uesday ville and Nashville, was: in the city on : by three ood I bridges winter. And when a man in FIoridague

Breeze. moved I to Ormond. Mr. Walbaum business, Wednesday.Mr over tl-e river and well.graded ave- : Sunday : ar- J
much over J seven or eight dollars
expects to install an electric plant of his Herring,speaking wit II I nin"l I :and I is the I principal' I till iiuiier resort for mail had I | ,
S a 1"'III'r'IItative ; -, tioutli of fuel he thinks it is tough. and its \ (' 1 : '
own on his :St. Augustine. It has ; and
: Agent' Neal of the Southern Express property. of the Gazette-Xews, spok* very mure loiirists: during: till summer than Board can he had from $o a. week up scene and! it \\ I ;: was <

; Company desires the Gazctte-N'ews to avorably of the coming tourist travel all ol hr was jo-t led I
I pl.u-es; south of thai city com and the resort hotels, where people : : ; I 1 -
state that the office will remain open i and especially from the West.: He said I l bh'ed' and is alv> bei-Dniiug, a favorite that ollltt1lill I i ,
Chrktmes Eve and also Christmas Benjamine Simpson, of Macon, and come for pleasuie! have no higher rate _
day. that the road would winter report. The( beach i Id wide. edy this c(. ( l \ I | ar'l
He requests that patrons send in th<-1r George Jennings, of Atlanta, two special cairy greater I linn i and Hiioolh, by considered l than thoM ut the summer resorts: in theXortll. standing room ,
insurance i :: agents, returned numbers to Florida than ever before many : : : 1 t
: ,
packages Wednesday .
early. Prices
; the both North .
;finest iu the world, and the turf vary and an attempt

from the Lagoon.accompanied by Harry and he was sure that IXiylona would I bathiiig i'u; sa I.. ami excellent summer South. 1'e.jple who have money to disagreeable l I 1

Thompson and Edward White. They get; her share. He spoke in favorable: and L\ 11I1<'r. People who have triedXortheru throw at the elbow {('(': '
;r At the instigation of complaints .May spent the past several days there hunting birds either North or. :
terms of the coming automobile\ \ ( and Western summer reportsdeclare way out of I :
? : or Boyce together with members of his and report killing an abundance of 'V'ut. South will always find a flok to receive had
and said that the that there are none bo perfect I ('( iibt'd.
force one day List week raided duck.( lace: meet: wa the talk their city ,
a offerings. You
poke don't have to !
iu i comfort as Itaytona beach. The above r
game in St. Augustine, and handed in every w here. I 'blow ; set '
yourself: but if should the '
you wantto
several violators of the law among them He was busy= all thy ilMiHinting I L. & Automobile Race Meet. re- 1
t Many: of the hotels these Ls no law North sonu-itiiiig: -
being two officers. and boarding X. I The Florida East Coast! Automobile or South toprl''t'u I ( 1
S houses calendars gotIcn up) in two colors, this was a .
S are making preparations for Association conducts an annual raeeuiitct t you from doing it. | I th

I Christmas. Holly mistletoe and on a heavy sheet of card board. on the beach, which had now a The persons vv ho go away from home { ; 1

5 Major G. P. Healy, who recently moved i i.other foliage is being brought to the city --+-- universal reputation as the I
: from Seville in profusion: and sold to the ; and expect to find the same comfoitst ANOTHER
to Xew Srnyrnaas! in hotel proprietors Change in Baggage Agent. race course In the world.

;.; the city last week. Major Hea qb one : by the ruralLsts. In some sections A. C. ''riu Linytona-Ormoud) Beach t hey are leaving will often be di>ap- .. !
Bennett I is hard '
formerly If Port
of the cleverest politicians in tb; State. i i during the Holidays this is quite an ( Or- :w macadam: and an ideal sitretcb i pointed. Some who find fault with everything I '-
and i is industry the ange, but more recently of Georgia; ILLS I S'S S'5 -
known among
':- familiarly as tag' "Bald country people. of thirt; or more miles without a are getting better than they do Home of AI ( dog

:; Eagle of Volusb! County." Maj. Healy, arrived in the ('ity to accept a position break makes: it the natural racing; at home. Jewelry j I l l -

has opened a real estate business in L LS t with the Florida East ('oa"t Railway, a-; ;ground for America.At I I I I : 1
H. E.
New Smyrna and has Dick, former manager ( f .- l
his office in the local baggage agent. Mr. Itennrttuc- low tule the (beach id bared forIN /; I re
;. Tampa Bay Hotel and Dr. J. M.Iunyon j '
building Canal .
Turner .. Chkkens
\ : r reeds F. J. CalJvvell who ) feet and neither carriage wheel.lleyvk Poisoned. The home of ,
v'K. it is reported, are contemplating rtt-intly resigned I )!-
L the erection of a hotel at Palm the ardious duties to take a or pedestrian can make a F. J. Caldvvell is lamenting the lass of Orange a ( :

F. Sutherland who owns a prettyf Beach, to cost $200,000, while the I place with C. A. Foye of the Fountain t.'dl'isHlle till I I imprint on the smooth about twenty-five head of fine fowls, Ia>t wet k, und : i :.;
well-packed sand. It Is \\hi'h. various
.P.l ?f property on Ridgewood near Jacksonville Metropolis says that these City tiwr). no uncommon times during the | ulWeek caring, bl'l'a .;
1: : view avenue is making improve parties have secured an option on the- I sirit| to see' gall-rigged Lucy S t les speeding with was: footoltll from t
the 1
; velocity of the they
ments to the place; and has a large ft rce old St. James Hotel lot in Jacksonvilleand were poisoned as other people in
S the indications Getting Out a Pretty Folder. wind before a stiff breeze along the his neiglilioihood are losers of thickens bed rooms.A ;:
putting down a cement walk. As soon asthe point that they will I smooth : -j

walk is laid, Mr. Sutherland will let the erect a hotel there. If there is any dispute The job department of the <:aZl'ttl'- i' cliil.iratiii beach. HUH affording the most. in the hame manner. certain ) i .

Q contract for a two story frame dwellingwith as to which place will have the Xews Company is at.work on a handsome sides thesp 81'0rt.lmo\\'n. to man. H. crime, but no I I ( :
miles of hard shelled) palm i
c '8 cellar. _He hopes to have the: hotel let them come to Daytona and folder for &l1Uuilt'5dlL.: The. rinsed: boulevards bring the lovers: of A meeting of the dueUors of the yet been made.Dr. l ; on

i place finished some time during the; put up a palatial hostelry,. and let them folder will consist of eight pages and j I j I I Hi" lit-ri| and vehicles Into direct Florida Eat: Wt Automobile Association .

winter. have it in readiness for A hence. tuucb. ith the mainland over the was held l
Sc year will beornamented i Monday, but
by acreraipretty cuts broad bridges which spin the splendid particular importance was accomplished.nothing of G. M. ;I t )

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